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date In lS7, ".!' almre aero.
Mr. Jolin I'uua loll for Chicago lost oca-IdR-
a?TYH. Potior left lor Washington, D. 0,"
Mr. nncl Mrs. Burr Wright nml Miss Nellie
lUMnln rcltirnul from New York Inst eren
IfB. J. 12. Sperry ami wllo Imvo returned from
their wedding Journey through the north
west. .Mr.-Il. J. Kilton lelt last evening for Jack
onTille, III., to nttend Iho 'iluslnisa College
About 10.30 Ian night the weight rope
broke In one of the win lows of Kidder's res
taurant and tho heavy cnsemuit camo down
wlth.B crash shivering three largo panes of
plate glass. Fortunately nobody was lilting
In the window t the time and no further
damage was done. The crash was heard
for a couple ol squares and soon attracted
quite a crowd to tho spot.
For Kxpeusea of Urnnd Army Day-Ito-
porta aa to lru(i-as of Arraiinoiiieulu,
There wal nboul the same attendance at
the citircus' meeting In Iho Mayor's ollice last
night aa on 1'ridny night, to forward the work
of prciwralion for Urund Army Day, F. M.
Hagan, Kan,, In the chair. From the com
mittee appointed at the Kzecutive Committee
meeting Monday evening Mr. Hagan reported
the following as I he Finance Committer, to
solicit funds required.
Manufacturers Am. Wirger, Will 8.
Thomas, llobert Johnson, W. C. Downey,
Professional Men F. M. Hagan, Ocar T.
Martin, George C. IUwlin.
Ilutlnfsi men James Foley, John Kin
nane, Chas. A. Hn'ith. Jason W. Phillips,
Chas. Schneider, W. II. Hamilton.
Street Itallroad. Hotels, Ucstaurants, Cigar
Stand', etc I). W. Stroud, Wm. II. Illee, 0.
W.(Joostautlnr,,Uco. II. Knight.
Township II, G. Hamlin and A. Holcomb,
to select assistants.
First Ward John S. Miles, Wm. It. Bur
nett, Morris Telmn, Joseph V. Cirtrnell.
Second Ward P. M. Cariinell, AulM.
Smith, Col. David King. John S. Shewalter.
Third YVnrd J. I,. Kidder, K.T. Kldcnour,
Kd W. Simpson, Col. W. J. White, J. 8.
Foutth Ward Thos. K. I.ott, A. I). C'oiier,
W. G. Maitland, Joseph llolan.
Fifth Ward J. W. II. Cline, John W.
Farsons, J. tl. Kershner, J. P. Martlndcll,
Grnnville W'ones, I'bllllp Fish.
Sixth Ward K. I.. Huchwalter, Dr. W. (S.
liryant, W. M. Ilcickcl, O. N. Bartholomew,
J. C. Hollowny, D. C. Putnam.
Seventh Ward Col. J. E. Stewart, Trank
Schnrapf, John Wiseinj;er, II. L. Hotclikiss.
Klgluli Ward Wm. 8. Wilson, JohoCord,
11. C. Laybourne, T. M. Gugenhelm.
Ninth Ward It. V. Delo. Wm. Moore, jr,'
H. F. K. Jennings, Il.iO. Risenmengcr.
It as thought alvisable for these com
mittees to begin vork as soon as possible and
on motion ol John W. Parsons, the Secre
tary wns dincted to notify all uuinlwra in
dividually to mitt nt the Major's office next
Friday t n-nlng.
O. S. Killy reportnl Irom the committie
which visited the Fair Grounds yesterday, to
examine as to water supply and lighting, that
a proposition had been received to Up street
mains nt two points, lay 1,300 feet of inch
pipe, therefrom to Interior of grounds, set up
fonr troughs, inch flxtien feet long, for
washing, ind put in fourteen faucets for
drinking purposes for $51. When it lamo
to lighting the lase ns more complicated.
The Electric Light company wer willing
to give free uso of twentyfive lamps
for two nights, ten nlong main
track aiiuYcntrancfa and fifteen through the
camp, as required, but about two and a half
mites of vrjre would be required, and would
haTeto be purchased nt an azpense, inclb'ding
(i putting! up, etc., of 'aboil '$300. Mr. Kelly
had some suitable wire on hand and would
give its free use so far as 'it would go.
It looked, from statements made, as though
tbe managers bad struck a snag, on .the teat
question. The supposition has been all along
, that teuts.co'uld be had with Jlttlej IroaUe,
from the government dcjKit at JeQersonville,
but it appears likely, although not certain,
that, owing to tbe amount of red tape re
quired, hii is not the case. Col, Kilpatrlck
and Cpt.II'.ttnain were made a committee to
investigate the teut qntation at once and
learn the mtthod by which tents were pro
cured at Dayton, last year. ,
On motion of Mayor Goodwin, chairman ot
sab-committees were Instructed to makecare
estimatei of tunds required in thsir respective
department!-, and report at the meeting of the
Kxeculive Committee to be bild Wednesday
evening (to-night). The meeting then ad
journed. Several matters are dependent upon tbe
settlement of tho tent question, as if it Ik
comes necessary to hire the required number
from dealers, the total expense of the encamp
ment will be lucrum d by so much.
Truusfers ot Heal Keiatn.
William 11. Jenkins and wile to Melbourne
II. Shank it nl., 18 08 Acres ot land in Mud
Kiver township: $3,000.
William II. Jenkins and wile to Melbourno
R. Shank, 4.31 acres of land in Mad River
Melbourne It. Shank ami others to Catha
rine ShanK, one-third Interest of 48.G8 acres
In Madltiier township: $1
J. 11. Stookstlll and wife to J. M. Hoire, lot
in New Carlisle: $103.
Kphralm N. Tibhelts and ttlfe to William
Bradford, lot on Taylor street: $700.
William Bradford to James P. Poole, lot on
Taylor street: $1,000.
James P. Poole to Mary J. Boone, lot on
Taylor street: $1,000.
Sarah Ueison to Djiid West, 1,38 acres in
Mad River township: fs.'.o.
James if. Wheeler and wife to F. W, Zls
kle, lot in Smith k Thompson's addition:
. Henry Balmtr and wife to Thes. M. Btoue,
lot In Pleasant township: $50.
William Hun; fin to Ann Marin Cau field,
lot in Houck'sndAtlon: $100,
Henry llalmer ami wile to Valentine Fer
ryman, one uiro In Pleasant township; $C5,
TU K III fl' VA Til Kits.
Honlmiiif Cumuli l.n.tMul.l ItiKiilntlnii
fur New Mrivrr. I ux ttrilliinm n Ailuilnl
llin I.HtlnMliiihlsiu Hiion ',,y (iftll.
Iiniireannil lliiirovtuiita Itexiliitlona.
As neither Prrsldent'.f Vlcct'rcsMent ol
Council ttcru present at tbe regular moling
last evening, Mr. Prlnco was elected Chnir-
mm ir ti in ami tho r6tl tn (honed tho
Allowing memlcrs present: Mown. Ack-
cnon, Cogloy, Johnson, Klddir, Korn, I.css-
mr, MchVnna, Nilsoii, Nells, Prince, Sleplmn,
Tthnn and Tli . ni. After the rending and
approval of I Im journal the business of tho
session procicdcd as follous
By Mr. Johnson Tho petition ot tho cltl
rens of South Market streit nml Jefferson
street ngnlnst granting the reqiini of tho p.
O A St. ti, published In Inst Monday's
(It mil-Hun biic. Referred to the special
committee. having iho subject In charge.
Bills wre presented and referred to their
By tho Cletk His report for Juno nf the
nniount paid out for fee I. For Fire Depart
ment, $;i(J 8i for Tatrol House, $1H.10. Ite
feried to Auditing Commlltie.
BytheClerk-i-Reporlof the Clilef of Po
lice for June, published In tho (iLoiiB-ltipuii.
Lie, July 1. i'lacml on file.
By the samc Weighmaster's report for
June showing, receipts of '$72 80, nrcom
psnled by receipt for tbe hall belonging to
the city, Referred to Auditing Committee.
By the same Order from the County
Auditor to City Treasurer showing balance to
credit of the city funds as follows.
Ueneral Kxpeiuo l'nnl j fn no
f lit. irt-imriiucufc Him will oil ry 1 lirm
htrcot I hqi
l'ollfe Finn! ..,.....
Placed on file. .
By the Clerk Claim for dnmnges for
change of " grade on Mound slreet,
Oleil by Wm. Whlteley, as agent for Mrs. II.
T. Butler. Referred to Street Committee.
By the Solicitor An ordinance appointing.
Thomas Clayton n Deputy Slarshal, to t,o en
duty at tho Ohio Southern jards. First
By the Solicitor Resolution diclaiing tho
Instruction of Council to construct the lol
loping sewers, same being part ot the scwer
ase plnu heretofore adopted by Council.
First. Bealnnlng nt intersection of Clifton
street and Clifton Avenue, thenco west to tho
Intersection with Limestone, street sewer.
Sold sewer Is in the Taylor street district.
Second. Commencing nt Intersection of
Foster street and Main streit; thence north
with Foster to intercept sewer deslgnntid on
plan of scwirs as lying north of and neatly
parallel witli general course of Buck crcik,
extending to corporation line, with which
intercepting sewer. Said sewer Is in Green
Third, beginning nt Interaction of Pnrk
and Main street', Ihenie with Park to Co
lumbia, east on Columbia to arch oier natu
ral ravine. Said sewer is In the Wett Knd
Fourth, beginning at intersection of High
and Yellow Springs streets,, thence west n
Race, tbence to intercept eewer south and
nearly parallel with Buck creek, west to cor
poration line, with which intercepting sewer
said sewer is designated to connect. Snid
sewer is in tho Wett Kot district.
The plans and sprcificniions required by
law havobcen preparul and are on tile in the
City Engineer's office for inspection by par
lies interested. Council will hear said pnrtiis
at regular meeting, to be hi Id August I nt 8
p. m. On motion of Mr. Thomas the milter
was laid on the table tor ouc week.
Ily the Solicitor Resolution declaring the
intention of the city to change the grade on
I.imestono and Taylor streets, for details ot
which chnnpe ot grado see full resolution
6dvertised in another column. Adopted.
Br Mr. Johnson Communication frnm lur
commission, Biiecifying the tux rate published
(last Tbur'dsy. The orjinance levying tho
taxes, according 10 me action of tho commis
sion' was read for the 'third time, with the
blanks properly filled out.
By Mr. Tthi -;l'ay ordinance from Street
Committee for allowing bills: H. A. Wil
liams, street hand, $395 25; Martin Mornn,
gravel, $G 30, Adopted.
By the same Resolution that the electric
bell at the corner ol Center nml Washington
streets be removed. Adopted.
By the eunie Riporlid profile of new
grade on Water stnet from North street to
Buck creek. Adopted.
By the same Hciorlcd prolilo of new
grade on Southern nvenue from f.imestone to
Factory street. Adopted.
By Mr. Uuseell Pay ordinance for pay
ment ot bills. A. M, Rawlins, lumber,
$10 37; Jurats Powers, $1.20. Adopted.
By Mr. Ruisell Bids for crossing on Co
lumbia street. Referred.
By Mr. Kiddc,r Jtfport ol.Firo Committee
and resolution rejecting all bids for Hioeing
horses because it is bad policy to have horses
shod by contract. Considerable talk pro and
,con was y.aaid.ou this snbjeot by diUerent
members of Couucil'iind the resolution was
lost.' J j, f
Uy Mr. Thomas Pay ordinance from Po
lice Committee for bills amounting to $1,180
03. I Adopted. ' (,! (j ' .
Ily tho same -Pay ordinance for the Gas
bills for the past month amounting to $1,5GC
33. - Adopted." t.
By Mr. Nelson Pay ordinance for sakry
of Sanitary Marshal, $48. TjAdopted.
By'-Mr. Korn Pay 'ordinance from claltnB
committee for bill ot Kinaey,' Nichols i. Co.,
$2. 'Adopted. ) Vir ' B
Ry Mr. Johnson Report of the special
committee appointed to consider request of P.
C. & St. 1.. to Uy new tracks across Market
street. The report recommended that
Council rcfuio, to grant the petition. It
also stated, that tho Coinpuny was enjoying
occupancy of a part of JclIVrson street to
which It hud no right. Adopted unani
mously. By thu OJerlr Third reading of the amend
ment of Polico Rule No. 7. Adoi ted.
By Mr Tehan Resolntlon for n new water
ing trough at Iho corner of Main and Colum
bia street ib drinking fatilltiei ettached,
$20 being set asido for the purpose. Adopted.
By Mr. Lessner Resolntlon Instructing
property owners to curb, gutter, grade and
gravel on Water street' between North nnd
liuck streets. Referred.
By Mr. Kidder Resolution that two hy
drants be pined on central walk of Market
square for tho purpose ot watering thesqunra
and that fifty feet of hose be pure hand for
the purpose of sprinkling tho square, thnt
$55 bo set asido for this purpose, and that the
man i mpioyeu to clean the square be re
quired to sprinkle it when necessary.
By tbo same Re.'olutlon that Mr,
Schroeder lie required to removu the scales
roadway obstructing the sidewalk In fiont
of bis coal office on Washington strut.
By Mr. Thomas RcqueBt that tho street
railway be notified to fix up the corner of
Limestone and High streets. Referred.
By Mr, Russell Resolution setting aside
$200 to employ men to repair irosslngs, alley
ways, Ac. Adopted.
By Mr. Stephens Resolution that Murray
slreet be graded and gravelled, from Chest
nut to Sherman avenue) also tu gravel North
ern avenue, from Mmcstono street to the In
Ily Mr. Nelson Resolution that tho I., II.
k f. bo rcq,urcd to repair the crossing tin
Lagouda avenue within three days. Adopted.
Ily Mr. Nelson Resolution to grade I,a
gonda nvenue, between the two crossings of
the I . II. k W. Ad iptcd.
The Proceedings of tho "Reception nnd
Banquet to Hon. J. Warren Keifer," as pub
lished in the (iLonk.Rn'fiiiic, hnielieen
printed In pamphlet forn by the Globe Print
ing and Publishing Company, and they make
a handsome uppcaranie.
Tito Symptomtf of Liver Complaint
nrn imparl In cm nml pain In tho nltlo, ooinrtltiuH
pain In the Miou1iir, nml ! mlMakwn for rheu
innthm; the utomacii In directed with lowof npo
lite and nick nous: tmwrU, In general, cosiUo,
notmHImen aKernntlnff with Uxf tlif homll tron
Mel with iiiiln mitl .lull. 1ip.it nm ton nf hnv
lnf left .inlono Rotncthdw which oiMht lo liaro
tieen ilonfi; nflcn fumplalnlng of eakncM. lr
hlMtjf anil tow njlriU. Hoinetlmoi many of tho
rIkjto y in p t oin ( attend thtHllffoinoanil at othrr
tlmra very low of them hut tho Mter I generally
tlioorgAn in oil InToUcd.
nun lati: Tin: mvkii and rr:vi:NT
Dj'pr.VAln, Coimllpntlon, Jaumllce, ltll-
IIoiim AttAckN, Clillla nml Fever, Henri
nclir, Colic, Iepraluti of Hplrltn,
Hour Ntumnch. Ilftirtbiirn,
I'll en, ttc.
Tonic, AHcrntho nnd Cnlliarllo!
Klmmnnfi Liver KeguUtor, purely Tielahle, t4
the aiedlclne generally umi! in the Houth to arouno
tho torpid Liver lo healty Hctluu.
It acts with ostraordinar power and effi
cacy on tho Liver and Sidneys 1
The ad Ion of the Uegutator Is free from nausea
or griping. It I inoit ilTccUre In Martlng tho ae
cretlons of tho Llrer, raiding l'1 "o l" act m a
eatharllc. When there I- an ciccas of bile In tho
Moiuach, tho Krgulator Ibaii hcIIto purge; after
thorrmoTftl of Ihohllo It will riculatethe hnwels
ami ltn art "tgnr and health t iho whole njMrin.
" iiini ytiu Kt'mm tonuiiio in tvnnii uraptror.
with T(J . nreiiarftd nnlv hr .1. If. Znntn V ,.
Sold hy all drujkilnln,
"Well, woll, huro is u volunio thnt H
becoming (jiilto mro theso ilny," ox
claltnud a hook-worm in a sccotiil-hnml
book storu tho other elny ns his oo full
on n worn nml musty tomu. "What I
Know About Fanning." "Well every
body knows this is tho book wrlttun by
Horiicu Oreoloy way back lu tho 'GO's.
Perhaps the risitif; generation may bo
OAcopted, ns the book is now out of
print anl will bo a cmiosity in n half
score years hence. At ono timo it wni
pretty extensively read. It is dilllcult
to say, howovcr, that much or nny
bciielit was ilcrived from its perusal.
"Yes," retorteil thu party addressed,
"Horauo wasa great man in his time.
It is not so ury long since ho lias en
tered eternity, yet his name is now
hardly uer mentioned. It was over
thus. Man's deeds, bo they good or
bid, they do not remain long fiohh aft
er tho author Is gone. Occasionally a
flash of his wit is repeated, a lino from
his sayings is borrowed, but it does
not inefuce posterity in the least in re
membering, much less in rcM'reDcitig
his memory. During the forty odd
) ears tli.it lloraco edited tho Tribune
every editorial, ovcry farm nrticle,
every news item, every commercial
paragraph, and every advertisement
which appearod in tho paper was cred
ited to him by many of his readers ami
admirers. I'eopio forgot, or iliil not
take tho timo to think, that it was a
physical impossibility for tlic prolific
ami orsntili) Horace to writu own
half of the editorials that appealed,
while Ills disquisitions on 'How to
Plant Squashes,1 'How to K.iiso Cu
cumbeis, or 'How to Destroy tho
Festiio lleetlo,1 wero not so very tiutn
etous. iJtt'oley, when writing about
ngricultuie, always gave tho 'How'
pait much piouiiuoncu."
"You scorn to bo well posted on
Horace," reniaiked tho book-ioim by
way of comment to tho second gentle
man. "Why, yes; I must confess that
I know n great ileal nbout the philoso
pher. Ueforo and during tho beat part
of the war I labored at the i"io ut tho
Tribune olllco, ami on se ral occa
sions 'out up1 his copy. If you haw;
thu time 1 can tul.tte an incident about
old lloraco that lias ncwr been print
ed. It was juU pievious to the war
ami whim Horace Mas an amateur
fanner that thu event I am about to re
late occurred. One day a letter came
to the ollice bearing tho followiui' eab
nlistie letters: II. (T. N. Y. This is all
that was on tho on elopu except tho
po-itmatk, which showed that the letter
como from Lawrence, Kan. I call it :i
letter, but it was not a letter, for on
opening tho envolopo not a scrap of
paper was found inside, only a crum
pled $1 note from some Ohio bank. In
those days lctteis wero sometimes not
iircpald, and this was not; consequent
ly a due-bill was attached to tho mis
sio showing that tho sum of 3 cents
was to bo collected. Mr. (Jrceley
promptly paid tho U cents. Who could
be tiiti sender. It piu.led tho philoso
pher just a little only. 'Such doings
can only bo placed to tho credit of Hill
Ucyuolds,' mused Mr. Greoloy. 'Hill
always hail idiosvneracics, ami when,
he had a ttuck farm out in Orangn
county would call, ami not finding mo
in tho sanctum would place a dollar
bill for his subset iption under a paper
weight on my desk ami leave. Hill
told mo he was going out west to try
"The paper was mailed to William
Koyuolds, Lawrence, Kan., according
to Air. (J.'s direction, and upon imcsti
gatlou it was found that (itceley's sur
mise was .con cut. Hill Koyuolds was
the right patty. In thoso good old
times we tild not haw so many i all
toads nor fast-mall trains and the like,
but a man could mail a letter without
n stamp and put only four letters on
tho envolopo and it would reach its
destination. Try this experiment now
and your letter will go direct to tho
ilead-luttcT ulllee. Too much led tape,"
sighed thu t)po as hu reached for a
volume on thu high shelf bearing tho
titlu: "Is I.lfo Woitli Lhing V'or?"
it. y.owis llcjiublicun. f ,
'Jo show what a gitl can do, It Is re
lated that a Miss 'laylor, who wuut to
Wnhpeton thteu years ago, took a pie
emptiou ami had an oiler of marriago
.lie lirt year. Thu second year sho
took a homestead nml a trcu claim and
had four oilers to "jlnu" farms. Sho
now has u section of laud, twenty-sown
tows, and innumerable calves, and is
leady to consider oilers to marry.
Wli) tlie Coiii;i I'KHtloii Smiled.
At the dedication of lMgrlin Chapol,
Hull. ilo, William A. Duncan, of Syra
cuse, the State Sunday school Secieta
ly, was ndtltos.siug thu chlidieu in his
usual vivacious manner. "Now, I am
going to itllilo your school into thieu
iiails," said ho. "There are b. b.'s.
What ato the?1'
"Jllg boys, ' was thu ready inspotise,
"(iood. Then tliuiu aiu tho b. gs.
What ate thoyi'"
"Dig girls," shiiutud foity voices.
"Kiglit again. Ami last of all thcro
nru the 1. e.V"
"Uttlu kids!" exclaimed a shrill
voiced tiichin, without wal' ng for Iho
Thu congtegntlou smiled vociferously.
The glralle has never been known to
utter a sound.
GLOBE BEPUBLIO. WEDNESDAY
DRY GOODS i CARPETS
Good Calico only 3c.
Goods in All Departments at Speaking Prices.
The largest stock of Carpets in the city at the lowest prices. New
Carpets received every day. We solicit a call.
Respeot ill y ,
BLACK, BROTHER & CO.
llomr.tlciltlni: thn O.trlcft.
Twenty-foiirostrichcs were recently shipped
troth Cnpc Town, Africa, to Snn Dicfro, (Jul.
The ostrich Is a tough creature nnd can tako
into its stomach nil sorts of indigestible
things. And jet nobody ever heard of nn
cftrich liming djspc-iBin. A human being
who trlflis with his stonmch Is sure to have
!ysprndn, nnd to nied llrown's iron Hitters
to set him right, lir. Vonen, of St. Joseph,
Mo, la one ot thu many who writes thus,
"llrown's Iron Hitters cured mo of dyspepsia,
gavo me a hearty nppetite, nnd Increased my
This morning, Nathan Nye, n watchman
at the Champion shops complained that half
n doen old chickens nnd several young ones
hail been stolen during tho night from his
bouse, in Bcchtel's addition. Officer Mast
was put on the enso nnd discovered that I'A
Peters had tried to sell two of tho fowls to
Lurry Kennedy this morning nnd had dis
posed of one to Francis Kinney nnd one to
Pope. Shortly bc'orn dinner the officer
found Peters skylarking around In tho neigh-borh-od
of his houfeat the corner of North
nnd Race streets, nnd captured him. He was
Jailed on n charge of larceny.
Sick hnndaebe, which aflecls so many men
and Motnen, nrisej from n lariety ol imw,
but the most frequent source nt Iroulile bes
in thu stomach. The bi'ft cone i e o' i-tom-nili
disorder kuoriit tO'DO''crnii" i -i i ree
ls Mbliier'a Herb Itittir-, u n . m
posedot thebetitnndm ' ' ' i, n
pjorlie.. Motitennnt Je ko'i tt e n
" V., ileilires tbut ho SLtTlrid ei
man jears flora this distresin' il i '
and louud n cjmplcto cure in this g'i-i Itii
tcr9. CliltN iiiul lever. Mnlarin.
"Tho undersigned has no hesitation in n
scrtiiig Hint tlie judicious use of Slnmioi"
Idver Itogulator us a prcientire and tonic
the- system, will secure immunity frcm
weakening and dangerous effects of mila a
and will effect a cure of chills and feier anci
nil malarial disorders.
II. II. JONES,
Kd Maion, (i 'Teliv. nnh "
llcnnro of imitations gotten up uu mi- poi
ularit of hiinmoiis I.iier Itegulatns
Almut ever) perton has smuo liirm of si mi
llions poison latent in his wins. When thu
iWi-lops into pcrolulous port", ulcers or erui
tloim, or lakes the form of rheumatism or or
ganic illsens-s, the ftuflerlng that ensues is ter
rible bejond description. Henc' tlie g'ati
tuele of tho'C who difioier, ns thousand
yearly do, that Ajer's Sarsaparilhi will tbur
oughly eradicate this evil from the systeim.
A ItlXIAULK AHTICI.K.
Tor enterprise, push nnd dealro to eel auch
goods ns mil giio the trade satisfaction, Ad. i
iiaKiuu.s uo., mo Druggists, leads nil coro
luStiilQii. We sell Dr. lloanko's Cough and
I.utigSjrup, becaue it is the best medicine
on the market, for Coughs, Cold, Croup and
Primary Consumption. Price 5C cents nod
H..00. Samples free.
Ynuoe Sleiil ltenil This.
Tho Voltaic llelt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
oiler to send tlwir celebrated Klectro-Voltaic
lliltat-d ether Elictric Appliances on trial
fur tlnrty dajs, to men (young or old) afflicted
with ntnous diblllty, loss of vitality and
manbood, nml uil 1 indred troubles. Also few '
ineumaiiom, 'i ura (fit, la'aiysis, and many
t dis ues. Complete nstoration to- d
irmui, ti;i r ami rraniooa Ruarantiea. flc
. i iinnr-cd BJ thi-ty days trial is al-
' 1 ' to fhera at onie for Illustrated
To most children the bare suggestion of
umc ui ciuior on is nauseating. Why not
tlien, when physic is necessary lor the little
ones, use Aycr's Cathartic Pills? They com
blnu i very oestntial and valuable principle of
tho cathartic medicine, nnd, lining sugar,
con'ed, aro easily taken.
A tlreat lll.ctivery
Mrs. Kioma Clark's Hair Restorer removes
dandruff Itora the sculp nnd render it per
fectly healthy. It will euro all diseases of
the scalp, also cures neuralgia headache, ner
vous hiadache and n moves pimples from the
face, restores gray hair to Us natural color
and products n luxuriant growth of the balr.
This preparation is perfietly free from pois
onous drugs. Hatislaction guaranteed or
money n fundi d. This Hair Kratorcr is pie
pnred ml hold b Mrs. Emma Clark, South
Chiirlitton, Clark count), Ohio, or her au
tboritod agents. Agents wanted. Give it a
trial. Prue;$l per bottle.
For sale by Ad. Ilakhaus & Co., Druggists,
23 Kast Main street, and II. 11. Wolle, corner
Markit nnd High streets, Thio. Troupe and
T. J. Casper.
A Kind nml lipiirroiH llccd, Ucv. A.
lUriier, supiranuato member of the St. Louis
Conf. M. II. ihurcli, writes from Moran,
Kansas- "This niomtnendatioii is written
without solieltntion from anyone: tmt I owe
it tn those similarly nlllicted to eay that by
the use of the Shakir KxtraU of Roots
(HiigiTs Ky ruji) I was cured of nn obstinate
nnd almost fatal indigestion both stomal h
and liver bung lompKtely torpid. I was re.
iliiL-cd ton living ski leloii. Krimd-i, family
and physician had given me up. I was
kie ing the spark of life nlivo with n diei o(
raw eggs and milk. Now both stomach, nnd
nur are iieriorming their lunrtions. I bave
many friends in Western Ohio, Niiheast
Iowa nnd Soulhttist Missouri whtt would
like to know this,"
Tho Honest Slmker. ntthpiiii ho does
not boast ol his purity, always tjiekes goods
that can i be rilltd upon; for Instant e, his
.Shaker l.itrait of ItooU (Hinjj.d's Syrup) is
teally n laluablo article. U (j not recoui
mendeil as a uire-iill, but ns 4 remedy lor oue
single disinir, tin Indigestion, lu which ills
easo it works like m charm. The Sbker Tar
Capsulis cure Coughs.
EVENING, JULY 8 1885
BLACK BRO. A. CO.
Good Gingham only 3c.
Good Brown Musiin 4c.
A Snntltitn Mull
Would use Kemp's llalsnni for th Throat
nnd Lungs. It Is curing more ines of
Coughs, Cold?, Astnnui, llromhltis, Croup nnd
nil Throat nrd I,ung Troubles, thin nnj other
medicine. The proprietor hns nutlirrired Dr.
T. J. Casper, Druggist, to refund your motity
If after taking lime-fourths of a bottle, reluf
Is not obtained, Price G0c nnd $1.00. Trial
(11! . I Oil I ii ' -.
Piles f 'i ! c .. c(
wc eh i 1 1 i -i c f
no ntwirn - ' o - Mice
o hai i ne i oi 1 1 i or
ne ghbor ; c . '. ' i m nl
inuigistion i, t r c fl . rifes
ot the s'ttrt" nee.- m per-
'i''ation i"n " i lo itch-
' n i i on at-
' . 1 r Mia
I r r i e Dr.
CYCLONE ICE CREAM.
BUST AM) Clir.AIT.ST IN 1111". CITY.
l'roinpl attention clven to order foi faulty use,
narllcs. socljlu. it
Iave onle r. fir tiKphcn l H
eerv. Ul ami 'jl Hejt Main utreet
1 a) nt
0pevlul attention Riven ioSiuhU) ilelhery.
O.W. McDonald & Co.
HANCE d. CO.
40 South Market St. 40
o ' (.
f mbs, &c.
Boots anii":; hoes.
Hu tin'--, i
fill! (HI!' IH.:
sllil'l ItllH .
Mill tu f't'N
st.ll- (I Jlll'IM1, Mll I
' -l ! -i (I., HI'
IIT iH'( l.ll .Itffll-
: out tlie liii.iiit'i'
BOOTS ! SHOES
anil tho Special Lines and JO 11
W. A. HANCE,
40 South Market St
irTo ntoli! rouf union and iiiMfntllni;
thn public, W Hill Htiy lllMt IIAM'IIA
CO COIltlUUO lllH fillOH tMltl lit tllH
olil hirihI, II WENT MAIN Sf., liero
fun will iilwiiyH lliitl it I.nrg htucK, Low
rtrt-miiitl Fair Dciillim.
McMonagle & Rogers'
VJIDDuETOYJ?. i. Y.
Tin iriuiiK ni'l.ii tet .muds tin m
to nil loiei " 'I hm: 1 1 vmiis while"
on mists 1 "pri'ii.ni th fid tint their
ilKKVi filKl Ni ! ri'niiiristicii-''Ofbut
iii.i 1 in: n. .vin ilorillnnri n iwir.
IngKM 1 ids. .Choli own niorili.iro their
best ltd VLitUumont.
rtie I11IV I aMtl ibhUi tint cm t n tumid lir
Its pltxtiix r r-n
Inner i k.
lU.t .liltisirl i uiilll.y.Ilrr Mmto
' vt icil ' i ' hl,1,l lfy nrtil
i.Yl... ii.ryv.1 i'i ih;wm; ' rihirt. imii.itiu,
Noim. tfiliolli. u llw t lnn 11 0 ' mm 1.11 tliu Imii
CrftoACO OORFtT CO.. OhlCllBO. III.
VgaTut t rm.l4mcloullilulliiipriiance
riaiinir Vreinal ar. lMosr NeniHUiW'illlf, l't
MiBhowl. c. lannrtii.d In aln every Vnowu
. Liih he wlllf ..id l'Ul lMohislellowHiutljniiJ.
Bleached Muslin 3c.
T. J. THOMAS,
NEW YORK HORSE SHOEING
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market Honte.
Sieclal earo llh lame liomi., coll., trltk borws,
liorseH that Interfere, anl llioio bavins peculiar
I II I .M MgMMM
No. 8 West High St.
YOU WILL FIND
IJ3 EAST MAIN STREET,
Client You Will Find
NICE AND FRESH GOODS
1MKTIES & SOCIALS A SPECIALTY.
ttrt'CilI anJ we tho IlanJsonicst Ice Cream Par
lor tn the State.
1WMUHITY FROM AMHOYANGL
.ilnilo only of Iho Orient and best
quality ol" Cllima for wltU-
Evory good thing is Counter
foitod, nnd consumors aro CAU
TIONED ngninst IMITATIONS
of thoso Chimnoys mado of
VERY POOR GLAS3. Soo that
tho oxact labol is on oach chim
noy as above Tho Pearl Top is
always clear and bright Glass.
Manufactured ONLY hv
GEO. A. MACBETH & CO.,
1'illi.liuriili t.eiij i,'U. Work.,
li't.r J-Siilo lv JVoiilern.
A ir n I n (,'ft,
a n tl Ham
For 30 tlajs
we nlll sell
tents of all
early and ho
Ul X. Main St., Dayton, O.
) Miileb, ure Cuiya. "
7v.T:i7.v,..llH.(l "" ""V"L-JT
I -v - f frfrvras MB.m.
tii(ltotiinii:orl l. brotud M"l!cJworiia,
rrro. Call orttrlle. F. O. CLARKf , MP;
PAUL A. STALKY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS,
ltuum H, A.roatlu llutldliiK.
W Pat. Pot 30tB, 1833. fij
l)leliii(l, Colamlin., Cincinnati and la.
OKKAT CENTKAL TBUNK 110U1K.
KiVWX AIV -WIGHT.
rhrouch er, lthconnMtloii In Union Depot.
Only direct linn vis Uevelsnd, ltuflalo and Nl
Kt l.ll. to New York nJ tt Kntland.
Wrocl conn.cllon. tor all Bouthern, HoulhwMt
'" arJ.iv,',,e,.n ,lnUli lthr by w.7 of Clietn.
ntl, lcdUn.U. or HI. Louis. Kast Time, Xtw
fcqulpment, and running through the most pop.,
isr part ot the country; poueutng oterr iipl.
F?0 'iitt1 ,,m1 rum'ort known to bo Mrrtce
bl. Th. lie .t Iit.d.lied and th. Bafeat Uoad la
th. Wt. Ticket, br thu pulr rout tor uls
t all reiular ticket olnoM.
A. J. HMIIli, Uenoral 1'aueng.r Aje.nl.
I'. C. C. & I. RAILWAY.
Tnlai Ltiri Otlar Int.
Hnrlng., U.I. A Col. Accora
"tf.fiil a in
Y. d lioalon Kiim
UlnclniiHtl.t N. Y.Vaat Line.,
Clevulau 1 rant Lino.
Midnight Kxprww lliin
(llnclnnatl and Ht. IxititH 1,1 111 ........ .5110 a m
HnrlnBtlelJ A Cincinnati Kxpreaa .. M:lr,am
Clnolniiall Kimt Line 12:25 n m
Honlhern Kiprewi J.4.riiin
Dayton, A Ciu. IU.. . 6 (H p m
Hp'fd. 4 Ctn. Accora, Mutiday only. 7'(0 a in
Unytun, Sirln(?tield and l)ol. Accom 7.10 p lu
Trilnt Arrln fna Coiti.
Midnight Kxprww 12 '35 am
Ilartun, Hi(. and Del. Arcuiu ..7:50a lu
J. Y, A Hunton Kxprexa . u.6o 1 la
flu. A Hprlnitlluld KxprtjMi 11:143 11 m
Clevelnud Kust Line- . s.sspm
HprlndHelil Accom. tj-ja m
Cln. A N. Y. Kant Line.. v j n ra
Bji'fd. A Cln. Acoom., HnnUay only. 4.1M p m
tntii Arrirt tnm lu'..
Night Kxproaa. 2:2."am
Clntl and Bi Ixiul.LIn 5 10am
Cincinnati Kant Line Ji-a n m
nouthern Kxprewi. . .. M, H.tipin
Colomhus, Delaware A Dayton Ac. 7:10 pm
riiee trains aie tbe only ones running on
Train leaving at 0 50 a. m. haa through
sloeplnifoarto ltohton and Now York with
The train leaving ntd:8o haa parlor oar to
Cleveland, conneetlnir with tii ihrnn.h
alcoper to New York and llo ten.
Train leavlrp Snrlncrlelil lit Hid pmliu
(deeper to .New Yoik without change.
All trains run by Contra! BtaniUrU Time
wuieu ia a minuien slower tnau l-prlngtteld time.
Oko. II. Kdiuut,
Ticket Agent, Arcade Dorot.
3 hu msffits imms 3
v Xa.il , cacli way,
Elegant New Stylo
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Klegant Modem Coaches on Dt J rains.
Stool Hiiils, Miller I'lattormsand
Coupk'rs, Air llrakcs and all
Slionenl 1111. 1 Muxt IH'Hlruljlo lloutc Be.
tween the Knmnnil VHt. Tlirouch
TIckutH nml ll'ii;i;,ii(o Clle'Ck.
In all l'rtneiint I'ulutii,
t'artlcular adiantfKesollercd to Western Emi
grant. Iiridand iourlst llckula to all joint
reachtd by any line.
I'.u.enger:ruiiialt:avottpring(leld,0 ,roia Union
tiolug La.it, 0 03 a. 111., 0.5J a. iu., 5:33 p. m,
'Jiir p. in.
Uoiug U'e.t, 2."0a. m.t 11:33 a. m., 3:30 n. ia.
doing North, 2 33 a. iu.t JO.OO a. in., Bi'M p. ui.
tiolnx houth, o. a. K. IU. 1U.3-J a. in., 5: Jo p. m.
Krum East, 2 03 a. m.,s.l0a. m., 11.13 a. m ,S.C0
l-roiu West, J 10a m., U 15 a. m., n 30 n. in.
irom Nurltj, 1 Via. nt., l 'Op. mi:''.ris, m,
1 rum Ninth 'J ri0 a. iu., I 30 p. in.
J.IC.IIeiiilKr.ini, II, M. Ilrunsou,
lien'l .Manacir. llen'I '1 ktel jut,
I. II. ItUCIIK, Anont, h.rliKfielJ.O,
Oliln s.iiitli.irii IMtliiloii.
trains Arrlie from laclson jnd.Waihlnolon (., II
Hprluifl'ld a. k.
No. 1 (nxiept bun.Uy) . 5.Hp. iu. 4:30 p. u
No. 3(eceilduiiday) 10:10 a. n. !i:VJJa. m
Tralm Depart toriacktofl and WaiH.igtoa C H
bprliiKl'ld It. K.
No. 2 (excel t Sunday) 11:45 a. in. 10:30 a. ra.
No. (except huudar) 5:55 p.m. 5.85 p.ia
N. Y. I'. Ai O. RAILWAY.
Tnlm Ltiya olac tut
. 4 50 p.m ,
..9.31 p. nj.
No. 2 accomm. dally, except bunday...
No. 4, N, Y. Limited dally ,
No. 8, New York hxprens dally M
Tril.il liivt going Watt,
11:00 a. m.
..6 :29 p.m.
No. l.Cln. Hxrress dally
No. 5, fat. L. Limited fcx press daily..
No 4 leavlni; here at 10:'J a. m. arrirea In New
York the next luorulng at 11:00 a. lu. SS4 huurs
tliroui;li iu New York without chauge ot
For tickets to all taints North, Pouth, East and
Went and liirtticr Intoriuatlou, cation
J. D. riiukimii, Agent, ollice In bt. James Hotel,
I- reo hacks (rum city to dc ot for alt paasengera
going east 10 mites or beyond. I.eave order tor
tiirk at ticket ollice one hour before departure ol
PAIN HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. & St. L. Hallway. .
I. M. Uiiislou -Siirlnt'llcld llrancb.
No. 1. I No. 11. No. 7. No. 5.
Departirg. tast luteal Western 1.1 lulled
J.lno. Kxpreaa. hxprcas. Express.
Lv.S-prliMl'Id t'.1a'it'n.'5'ni '1.15pm 8 aiprn
Lt, V. fpr'gt 712am ll.lfam 4.Sbpm CJpiu
Ar. Xenla ... 7.5 .am: ll.30aiu Sliopiu 9.30pm
Ar. Dajlim . K.l'miu' 12 O-tpu C.2oum
Ar. Column's ROOauii ... 7.5"pm H.VOpm
Ar.l'lucin. lOSiumi 2.15pm 7.43pm
Ar, Louisr'le 7.50pml 7.oOpiu l.ouam
No. 9, I astern Kxprlai, leaves bprlngtleld b.40
a. iu.; Yellow .Springs 9 04 a.m. Arrlie Xeula
9 10a. iu.. Oiliiiiihiis It. 10 a. iu.
7.25am 2 FOpra
i it'iuu 7.15iiu
I.t. Cln .
I.T. I olumbV
If. 0 lam:
l.v. I la) ton
Ar. Y. H'r'gt
i Ifiam. 4 15pm t3 50pm
"J.t5am 5.40nini lO.Wion
9'i'laio Ctklpiu 10.31 pm
10.20am! C30pm ICotpin
No. 10, Ical Accommodation, leaves Xenla 6.30
a. iu. Arrive Yellow bprlngs 0.15 a. m.j faprlng
field 7.00 a. iu.
Dally. 1 Dally except Sunday.
Train No. 1 makes lmmedlato connectlona at
Xenla (or Washington C. II., Chllllcotlie, Cincin
nati and Coluiuhus. No. 9 Is the Kast Eastern
Express, making Immediate connections at Xenla
lor I'lttsbuig, llarrlsburg, Washington. Baltimore.
Philadelphia, New York, Iloston, all ljutern and
New England iiilnts. Also throuah car service tor
Clereland. No. 11 makes diect coa
neitlons at Xeula tor Cincinnati, Iouts
Tille and points Mouth, through trains (or Klch.
luoud. Indianapolis, Ht. Louis and folnts Weat,
No. & Is the famous Limited Express and make
direct connections at Xenla (or Columbus, t'ltta
burg, llarrlsburg, Baltimore, Washington, Phila
delphia. New )ork. Iloston, all hasten) and New
hngland Klnls, also lutmedlato connection for
Clei eland, llutlalo, Niagara Falls, Albany and
Braruse, N, t. No. 7, tast Line. Western ana
Houthern Lx press, making luimediato eon noctlon,
at Xeula (or Cincinnati, Lwlsvllle, Chattenoo.a
Nashville, Miiiiilils, and New Orleans, and
In the North and Northweit: Indlananolla. tit.
Louis, Kansas City and points In the west and
Southwest. All trains ruu on Central time,
which Is 25 minutes slower than city time. Tick.
eta sold and baggage checked to all polnta lu tbe
United Btates, andrellable Information, can tw
obtained at the office of the Com
fiany'a Agent, this city. Particular '-v
ormatlon aa to time of train conueo
tlona, rates, etc., cheerfully furnished.
Call on J. M.lllNKH, city Ticket Agent,
E. A. i'oiD, Ueueral l'aaaectar Attai,