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F.-ttT '"' '--l".; f-3J shaft.;. jaS M'dilj AlSftTS mm m IP' jU35T'e ' ' ' """- Ji. . "NO PEACE IS A PALACE. ANGRY SCENES .IN- THE ROYAU . HOUSEHOLD OF GERMANY. The Empress Doeau't (ift Aloiifr Well with Iter Ho. band, ami M.e lletrsts the Crown ITlucess Facts Not ;ut ally Knunn. When Etnporor 'William receives a stranger lie looks at him sharply ami fiives the impression that he is tuiniiisntcr in his uiitnl whether the jiersou liefure him would le more Miitalile as a hussar, a cuirassier, a dragoon or a iner" infantry man. Hi-, face ti wrinkled to an eitraor ilinary decree, and the look of the ryv is -omen hat nuI. Hut the face lightens tip with a kindly Muile a the old gentleman gives a military twist upward to Ins snow white mustache--. The vniieror talks in short henteucoN. His conversation is of Uie brusjue, stocky nature affected liy old soldiers who prefer a hearty shake of the hand to tine speeches. He used to le able to sjiealc Krench jiretty well, litit lias now nljnost forgotten it, only retiieniliennir a few" -set ceremonial phrases, which he uses iu addressing the Freuch amliassador or anilav-adress. Knglish he still s-ieaks correctly, having leametl it thoroughly when, after the sad evenfci of i1 he was forced to sienI al most two tears in Ilnclaud. The em peror lias neter had any pretensions to be considered a mau interested in science or art. Together with I'rinco llisinarck and Field Marshal Count Moltke, he takes pride in neter having set h:s foot inside a museum or exhibition of pictures. The only Krench novel which he Las ever read is the Wandering Jew." His table is covered with military pamphlets, and eery week he glances through The Lou don. Illustrated News, Graphic and The Krench Illustration. There is a certain kind of mysticism pervading the old gentleman's manner and comcrsation. It is eten discernible in the sympathetic tones of his voice. He ascribe-, every thing to Divine l'rovidence. Nor must it be supposed for one instant that this is uierel a figure of speech to lie produced for the lnelit of the public On the con trary, his life shows that he is icrtailisl with the idea that in rtt-rythini: -11' -s "" mere instniuient of the Almighty. AN ILL TrWEBlD KMTKKsS. Early in the morning, ntmt 10 o'clock, the empress nukes' a point of visiting the emieror in his study. This is the only time during the whole of the twenty four hours when hu-iwind and wife see each other without witnesses. Of course, noth ing certain is known about their cont ersa tion on these occasions, but presumably politics are not referred to. Since the fall of her favorite Count Arnim the empress has withdrawn from all interference in the affairs of the go eminent, and has et en become reconciled to her former own jiarticular enemy, lrince llismarck. It is somewhat amusing to know that the only newspajier which the reads s The Paris Temps, which she prefers to all others, even The Cologne tlazette. In the tt ening, toward 10 o'clock, the enieror makes his way up stairstoward he empress" tea table, where he liivariably sends about twenty min utes to hall an hour in gir-sipiiig with her and with her -t cruiues, the Duke and Duchess of Sagan He always maintains the most complete sjuaimmty of tciiiier. and if his wife is more tlian usually irritable he merely shrugs his shoulders with a smile and mutters something about her "Htisoian blood,' alluding, no doubt, to the fact of her being a direct descendant of the crazy Emperor liul of Hussia. The subject which above all others forms the favorite topic of the empress" conersation is the unpleasantness which e-Msts lietween her self and her daughter-in-law, the crown princess, wLoin, notwithstanding all ap-pearalH-cs to the contrart. she most i-oi-cli.illy detests. Doth the emperor and em press feel and lielieve that the moment the new sovereign succeeds to the throue most of their old servants will lie got rid of and Ierhais the tUiole policy of the empiie changed. The empress is most bitter on the subject, and often asserts that when her husliaud dies she will take up her quarters at Home, since her life not only at Berlin, but even any w here eKe in Ger many, would lie rendered perfectly impos sible by the new empress, n horn she alludes to as an alien with new tangled notions, whose jiernicious influence has already de prived her of the affection and resjiect ol her only sou. THE ElirEIIOn'S SEVEEiTV. Meauw hile at the palace of the crown prince the exa.sieratjon at the present state of affairs daily grows intense. So jealous is the old emperor of every vestige of his wvver. that lie makes a loint of keeping the crown prince as much as possible a stranger to everything tliat is going on. The authority of the head of the family is one of the most sacred principles of the Hohenzollem dynasty, and until 1S.VS, when the present emperor la-came prince regent, lioth he and his wife were subject to the caprices and often ridiculous orders of the, reigning sovereign, who was an elder brrther. In their turn the emjieror and empress are treating the crown prince, and esjiecially his wife, with a similar and almost incredible severity The princa is unable to make a single step in any direc tion or toalisent himself from Berlin with out his father's permission, while the crow u princess is not even allowed to name a single one of her own ladies in walling or to choose a governess for her daughters, or to travel, or even to allow her own children to 1-e present at nny charitable fete without first obtaining the sanction of her lmughty, querulous and frequently insulting mother in law. The eldest son of the crown prince, Prince William, who is far from lieing a pleasant youth, is not particularly liked by either his father or mother. A a natural consequence he is made a siocial favorite of by lioth the empress and emix'ror, who frequently show their preference for him in a manner exceedingly painful nud insulting toward his jiarents. New York "Mail and Ex press. The great lie!, telescope will not be la position until ncH Septeml-er. IT IS WONDERFUL how easily rheumatism begins, and bo insidiously it grows in the system, unti one is startled to find himself its victirr in either the acute or chronic form. lit then learns the fearful tenacity of it grip and the utter powerlcssness of tlit ordinary remedies to give relief. Probably to no disease have physician. given more studr, and none has more completely ballled" their efforts to provide a specific; anJ unti! Athlophoros was dis covered there was no medicine which would surely cure rheumatism, neuralgia and nervous or sick headache. Thousands of testimonials like the following prove lieyond question that Athlophoros is the only reliable remedy, and that it will do all that is claimed for.it. Mr. Josiali While, of New Paris, Ohio, said to ourcorresondeutin reference tohu being cured of rheumatism by theuseof Athlophoros- It acted likeacharnrwithmeand I teel that I owe my present good health to theoue bottle of Athlophoros I used. It was about two years ago 1 had the rheumatism, I could scarcely get around and when I did manage to do "so it was with great iaiti. I spent over thirty dollars during this attack with doctors not counting what I spcut for liniments and other medicines, but none of them did me amiledf good At last I heard of Athlophoros; it was on Wednesdav I commenced using it and con tinued taking regularly until I finished the bottle. On Friday I went out free f"m rheumatism. My legs were as good as ever, anil from that dar to this, now nearlv two r wears since, I have not had a twinge of heiimatKiu. I iiave recommended it to manv different sufferers and havebeen well piid for my trouble by seeing them bene tiled as I was. Every druggist should keep Athlophoro; and Athlophoros Pills, but where they tan not be bought of the druggist the Athlo uboros Co.," 112 Wall St., New York, will -"eud either (carriage paid on receipt of regular price, which is $1.00 jier bottle for Athlophoros and 50c for Pills. For liver and kidney diseases, dyspepsia. ln digestion, weakness, nervous debility, dmus-a of women. constipation, headache, impure Hood, Ac, Athlophoros nils are unequile.1 4 oeMCMiMMMtMM THE RAILROADS. JiVw. from nil Aloiis the Line sorted t'l' to Older Men anil Thiuvs, rmoiinl hihI Cleiirriil. ! The C. 1. A- W. K. K.. pretty soon. I Suniiner tourists' tickets will be placed I on sale June 1. I Passenger travel on the lakes is beirin- j ning to increase. - i j Kish Is tilling up many express cars and ' ; business is good. The natlo'ial convention of train di-pjtch-I ers meets in Boston dune 14. O. P. Anderson, T. P. A. of the I. 1!. A: W.. It-It for the north this morning. , 'flie inter state commerce bill is -till a j sticker and many roads cannot get out it. The Bee line Boston sleekier is wellj filled as it passes through here ever mom-1 I Ins. I j The Bee Line is having a goM passenger I business, ami its managers are fivling go.! ' 'over it. This is the pass woni at the I. IS. A-V. ' telegraph olliec: "No butler at Miter Creek.'' The 1. B. A- V. lound house" and sur roundings are in splendid shape, and every thing is as nice and clean as can In'. liailroad people, as' well as some others. are ready and anxious for the reorganiza tion of the 1. It. A W. st stein to take place. Bee I.me trainmen are a'l wearing sum mer straw caps. Tliey aie not handsome 1 to liHik at, but iKisslhly they m.i , f irtable. I The 1. B. A W. are now Using their ' creat new East stteet jards. and all freight trains on all the divisions arrive and depart from there now. Since all freight trains on the northern I division of the I. B. A V. mil over the Y. ' tli.. Y liroiuivs to furnish some interesting Hems of "run offs." ' C 1. A V. stands fur Come In and Walt, Can I Walk, and other things, but will lie , used in this instance for Columbus, Indiaii- ajsilis and Western. It seenis that the N. Y. P. A (). railroad i 1 is not a meiulier of the Central Tratlie Asso-, .elation, and eaniiut ! whipped into line, "lis English, j ou know, not to lie in. TIi.ti. will 1m. two stvtiims of the Kansas ! Citv limited on Friday morning, the second j train to accommodate the Ihinkards to Ottawa, Kansas, where they have a meeting , next week. The Indianapolis a Columbus passenger trains will now use ihe norm iracK at tne deit instead of the south track as hereto tofore. The Ohio Southern trains will use the south track. Wonder if the lettering of the rolling stock will be changed liom the 1. B. A W. to the C. I. A- W. as quickly as were the names of the C. S. A- C. engines when Sloan gobbltsl the road? There is some talk that the Pan Handle will discontinue their liichmond and Spring field chair cars and put on a s!eeer to run from this city to Chicago. It would be a splendid chance. The I. B. fc W. changes time next Sun day. They will put on an early morning train to Columbus, leating here at i o'clock. The mail from the north will ar rive late in the afternoon. The N. Y. P. Jfc O. has gone, and the boys said gnod-hje all last week. It was a death blow to them, and while the) didn't stay long, they were much pleased with what they saw of Springfield. The Adams Express compau) has ilc claied a 3 perceiiL semi-annual dividend, and has a handsome surplus to carry over on the last half year's business. These aie prosicrous times for express companies. Tom Keynolds. the genial train dispatcher of the 1. B. A W. at this point, has mole friends than any man in the service of the company. His popularity is bmader ami extends further than any of the road's olli cials. The Bee line gites notice that all ticket agents who wish to use their line to Cin cinnati or Indianapolis, en route to the Manniiotti Cate excursot, will be given tran-Nirtation. if requests are sent through the heads of their various departments. Sunday was a great day for the I. B. A W. Uiys at Fishtovvn, which is better known as Sandusky. A large crowd went fishing in the bav and some one asked what they got The reply was that "they all irot back. John 1-eonard and Jack McXtinity were In the party. Kast-tiound passenger business of the Itee line out of Cincinnati has increased so largely that yesterday a second sleeping coach was attached to the night train. This train makes the run to New York city in J"J hours and ".'0 minutes. It passes through this city at 9:t." every" evening. There seems to lie a rivalry between the Bee line and 1. It. A V. over their Kan sas City trains. The Bee Line train leaves here at 5 as a. m. and arrives at Kansas City at T.:!0 a. ni. next day. The I. B. A W. leaves here at 7 a. m. and arrives there at '.1:15 a. m., which is aliout the same time. Chief Engineer Irwin and Superiutend ent Blee. of the Bee Line, will be in the city tomorrow morning, also Suerintcnd ent Wilson, of the I. 11. & W. These gen tlemen will meet with the view of changing the grade of their roads at High street bridge. J ust w hat change vv ill lie made can not now be known. Passenger conductors say that the increass in earnings comes from the better rates the traveling public is paying. They sell to but very few of the persons who used to travel on passes, and this is evidence that the cutting off of asses has but little to do w ith the increase of earnings. There are now no half rate or special tickets, and comparatively shaking, but few mileage tickets offered. The I.. A N. railroad will run a grand excursion from Cincinnati and Louisville to Mammoth Cave, Ky.. on Saturday, May '.IS. Ticket agents from Columbus, Springfield, Datum, Cincinnati, IndiauaiHilis and inter mediate points have been invited. The ex cursion will be run under the auspices of the Ixvuisville City Passenger and Ticket Agents Association, and a grand good time is anticipated. Mr. George II. Knight, of the Bee Line, will be one of the jolly party. The passenger baggagemen on the San dusky division of the I. II, A- W. have re ceived orders not to handle any goods free and not to carry any goods such as fish, grapes and saleable articles unless they be for their own Use. For many t ears big shipments of these goods were brought dowu the road and sold at a less rate than a dealer could to'.I them, asnoex) resscharges were on them, the Express companies caused the general older from the siiiH'rin- tfiidehL, j, l'rrlt ilrlstinl I'lain liirls Both use SOZODONT, and some of the loveliest of their sex have lieen heard to declare, when asked what beautified their teeth, that it was SOZODONT. Nature provides women with beautiful teeth. SO ZODONT. If used regularly, keeps those pretty rows of iearls troin derating. This is a statement which those who use the ar ticle always corroborate. If SOZODONT were not in every sense a preparation of sterling,inerit, the public would long since have di'i.vereil the fact and discarded it I'irst Kti iirnion. On Thursday. May Sfitli, the liist excur enrsion or the season from Spring field to the Soldiers' home. will Ik- run by the C. C. C. A I. II. K. tinder the auspices of the ladies of the First Presbyterian church. There will be no stoppage or transfer in Dayton, as the train will run direct to the home. Fare only one dollar for the round trip. Children under ten years of age. half price. To those who have never seen the home thi" affords a rare opportunity, and to those who have, an equally rare chance is given to again review it, and note the many changes made in that grand and beautiful home, a grateful nation has so generously founded for its gallant defenders. TickeLs for sale at the stores of A. C. Black & Co., C. II. Pierce A Co.. Huffman A Itichter. Springfield Seed Co., Murphy A Bro., and Downey, Wiseman A- Co. A The Clark residence at 4U4 South Mar ket street, is to be sold at auction iiextTlmrsda). It is a splendid ten-room house and in a healthy part of thecity. The neighborhood is the very lie-d, and to any one who wants a nice home, they can have an opportunity to buy tins one. The sale is at o'clock, Thursday. Dr. T. F. Bliss, eye aud ear surgeon, 29 west Haiti street. Eyes fitted with glasses. Something new, strawberry sugar, at tlio Arcade grocery. only I OWE MY LIFE. CHAI'TF.l: 1. "I was taken sick a year aio With bullous lever ' "Mv doctor pronounced me cuied, but I got sick again, with terrible pains In my back and side, and 1 tfot so bad ' Could not move! I shrunk ! .From "" lbs. to 120 I 1 had been doe toring for my liver, but it did no good. I did not pxiwct to live more than three months. 1 began to use Hop Bitters. Ilrect;y m j" appetite returned, my pains left me. rny entire sjstem seeiud renewed as It by iikikIc. ami alter uslin: several bottles. I am tint only as soiiint a a sovereign, hut weiKti more than I 1M before. To Hop Hitters I owe my life It Kinp.tims ullln. Juneti, lsvi. ii tPTKi: It. "Maiden. Mass., I'eli. 1. lsvi Ocntlemen 1 suftVreil with attacks ol slc tieaJ.iflie Neuralgia, female trouble, for e.irs in the uio-t terrible and excruciating manner. No nitslicineor doctoreould give me re lief or cure, until 1 used Hop Hitters. "The first Nittle Nearly cured me :" The second made me as well and strong as when a child. 1 "And I hate lieen so to this day." j My husband was an Invalid for twenty years with a set ions I "Kidney, liter and urinary complaint. 1 "Pronounced bj Boston's tiest physi cians "Incurable !" Sewn bottles of your Bitters cured him and I know of the "lives of eight iH-rsons" In my neighlNMiiood that have lieen sat ed bj your bitters. 1 And many more are using them tv ith I gieat benefit. "They almost do miracles "' I Mi:. E. 1. Slack. I HOW To ilKT SICK Kxpose yourself day and nlKlit. eat too much without eiemse. work too hard without rest, doctor all the time, take all the tile uostrun.s advertised, and llin you will want to know ( tir ords -Take Hop Hitters. , now n U1-.I v r.i.1..--wnn-ii i. ansi.f-i.1 HAKIIKNKI) lilVKH. Five tears ago 1 broke down with kidney and liver complaint and rheumatism. Mnecthen 1 havebeen unable to be aliout at all. M.t liver became hard like wood: my limbs were pulled up and filled with wsici. All the liest physicians agreetl that notli- inc could cure me. 1 resolveil to try Hop Bitters; 1 have used seven ImiUIi-s; the hardness has all gone from my liver, the swelling fnmi my limits, and it has worked a miracle in my case; otherwise 1 would hate been now in no grave. J. W. Moiikv. Buffalo. Oct. 1, ISM. I WHITE THIS Token of the great appreciation 1 hate of your Hitters. I was afflicted With Inflammatory rheumatism ! ! '. Kor nearly Seven years, and no uitslicine seemed to do me any Good ! ! ' i'ntll 1 triisl two bottle of tour Hop Bit ters, ami to my surprise I am as well tinlaj as ever 1 was. I hope You mat have abundant success" In this great and" Valuable medicine : Anjone wishing to know more about mv cure'.' Can learn by addressing me, E. M. Williams, 1103 lflth street, Washington. D. C. Tanning In Japan. An American writer who visited soma of the most imiMirtant of the agricultural districts of Japan in company with Gen. Van Bureii, United States consul general nt Yokohama, has published nil interesting account of what he saw anil heard. Of labor saving instruments or machines Japan has very few. Eteu the plow is but little used, a broad plated mattock being the principal tool for stirring the soiland there is not a Hour mill in the country, unless the hand grinding ma chine similar to that depicted on the tombs of the ancient Egyptians can lie called by that name. Wheat is for the most part hulled and eaten as rice is, that which is ground being made into unleav ened cakes. There is no word in the Jap auese language for bread, nor nny pro cess in the national cookery analagous to yeast fermentation. In many parts of the conntry the soil is extremely fertile and thccultivatini is ex cellent. Near Kioto, the old capital, it is not uncommon to grow seventy bushels of rice to the acre as tho second crop of the year from the same land which had pro duced forty bushels of wheat ns a winter crop. Nor is this all the year's produce, for early vegetables arc sown lietween the rows of -wheat in February, maturing with the latter in May. After the wheat harvest the land is prepared for and planted with rice, w hich is harvested in O.'tolier. Barley and rje, like wheat, are planted in the "autumn. Mnize is culti vated to some extent and millet is pro duced abundantly in altitudes where rice will not flourish. The farmers manure the land heavily and stir it a great num ber of times lietween harvesting and sew ing, also cultivating lietween the rows after the corn is up. Chicago Times. Women Helilud th Counter. "Some one told me that a smile would go a long way toward helping me become a successful saleswoman," said a girl to whom store life was yet new, "and I have smiled and smiled until I don't think I could look solemn at the funeral of my best friend. 1 actually grin from morn ing till night, and I think I will have to give my mouth a rest if I don't sell a dol lar's worth the rest of the day. I came here with the determination of lieing good nntured and pleasant to etery one, no matter how cranky a customer I might have, but really, it is harder work than I thought Still, I am sure good nature pays, and 1 don't know of any position that requires more patience than that of a saleswoman. "A rather stupid girl with a sweet, even disposition is more apt to succeed than a brighter girl who is quick tempered. I mean to earn $' a week some day, if I wear out my mouth smiling. 1 try to lie so pleasant to my customers that they won't let any one else wait on them, but ask me to take them to other counters. Then when 1 get a good trade my salary will lie raised and I will receive consider able extra as ercentage. Yes, a bright, good natureil girl is pretty apt to have her salary increased in time, and need not Ik- afraid to iiegin ou $3 a-w cek if she has a home and will not be required to liy Ixiard while she is gaining her exienence. In this store .? and $S u week is the average salary "- Philadelphia Press. 1 BM ! II Htal Cnrsa Courtis, Colds. Hoarssnssa, Croon, Asthma, tvrfom iadnn4 tac of f jOSa, 1D tiiCUUUW 'r ' " lirt trruCT-tff. n(t twrt our CVM0K tifrmw U PUliJ -unij W i A itniTlmsi tt (l Cirv'.a H"t- LXtrtp tioKf ton-uaoett auiu w s4flcS . J- A. I dVmrr t fV Soki JTOP , CAlUalaViTtB, attL. U D. A. f'hrw Ijoeo'a Plac Tfc irtatTotsarro An- REPtJBLTC, TUESDAY 'An Invaluable MdS cine for Woman." LYDIi E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND l. I'oslllte or For ALL ol Uicm Paiuful Dclli-ate Complaint and C'tmpuc ted trouble and WVaknrwsi o common among our Wives, Moth. m and Dauchtrrs, issnm:i l; UK3ii:nY. t?eJsLIlflANTTO 'TUB T.-TC, (m CACIOC AT Us India ittriftet IT IS A TtBT UM1T IIELT I3T rBFOSAiiCT. ASD KfcUXTK r aw pratMj LABa ami at aaavuia vrxsTRi'Ai. riMci. OVER IC0O LADIES IN PHILADELPHIA tlon. testify an to Its cood qualities. Itlfl adeUcate matler to tesUfy about but sre hare ILrtr names. I fePor all w eaXnesses or tb eeneraUTU orcans of elUier sex, it is si -ond to no remedy tbst bsa ever ben before Uie publie; and for all diseases of Uie Kid neya it I lha ;mifr: Knnrtiit fa tht a rid. PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT FREELY. It fMr;w f siWjrw ft' feuifonofe hfflUmJ of ,f eleiiilrAererir;.irii..IN'f if tl.-e. AILtf i7.isis fwj... It wiU cure entirely all Ovarian or Vafitnal troubles. InflammaUon and Uleeration, Falline and Displaoe- Bients; and consequent pinal Weakness, and is pas ticularly adapted to the Chancre of Life. WEARY WOMEN PRAI8E IT. It removes Falntneee, Flatulency, destroys all crav ln for stimulants, aid reUeTes VV eakness of the Stom. aeh. It cures DloaUnc Headaches, Nervous Frostra. tion. General DebtUty. Sleeplessneas. Depression and Indigestion. That feeliiur of bearing down, canatntf paln, and backache, is penuanenUy cured by lla use. AN ANCELOF MERCY. It le absolutely a safe cure for all female w eaknensee, including leucorrhoM, irregular and painful uienatru ation. Inflammation and Ulceration of the womb, noisling-. prolapsus uteri, &e. It contains no sub stance Uiat u harmful. la ye and a ire. $1. (G for $.") la l.l'iol.l, Mil or loirnc. Form. No family should be without LTTJIA E. PINKII AMS XJYEB FILLS. They euro constipation, biliousness, and torpidity of the Uver, 35 cents per box. all these world-wide celebrated remedies are nana. factured at Lynu, ataas. The Compound (in form ol losenfres aud lulls). Liver Pills and SanaUvs Waah n be sent by mail on receipt of price. ar-AII Sld by llmailsla.-.S SeLd stamp for airs. PinaharaVl "Oulde to Health" j and ConndeuUal circular, with description of osas and symptoms of weakutaa. JVesha Mis 'UiMn A tireat ll.ltlle Is continually going on m the human sys-1 tern. The demon ot impure blood strives' to gain victorv over the coiistittitioii.to nun health, to drag victims to the grate. A' good reliable medicine like Hood's Sar-a- parilla is the weaoii with which to defend one's self, drive the desperate enemy from the field, and restore peace and ImkIiIj health for many years. Try this iieculiar medicine. The jury in the ca-e of (ireenwell, charged with the murder of Mr. Weeks, in ' Ilrookltn, has returned a first degiee ter dicL ' nuciir-iMiiiA." Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney, HladderaudUriniry Diseases. f 1. AtDruj;glsU. 'KOrfilI ON IHI.K" IMI.I.S! 10e. and S3e. j ?niall granules, email doe, big results, pleas- . ant In operatlou, dou't disturb the atouiach. r 'itnri.ii on iuiet." Ask for "Roughon Dirt;" A perfect washing powder found atljstl A harmless eitra line A 1 article, pure aud clean, sweetens, frehem, bleaches and w nitens wunout Migiie-t injury to finest fabric. I'ueipialledfortlne linens ami Ucei, general household, kitihen and laundry use. skiltens water, sates lalsir and soap. Added to starch increases gloss, prevents jci lowlug. 5o.. We., 'Jljc at tiroceta or drugtttats. Prof. Win. Simpson, of Cleveland. ()., wasairesUsI at Xorvvalk, charged with the abduction ot Christina Kick, of Vermillion, SHILOH'S COI'OII and Consumption Cure Is sold by F. A. O.irwood on a guar litis, it cures Consumption. Dynamite was used near a prohibition meeting at Springfield, Tenu., with intent either to frighten or hurt. .tstoiiisliim; success. It is the duty ot every iterson who has iistsl ftnsi fin's UcriiiHH 'ii""i to let its wonderful nualities Iw known to their friends in curing Consumption, seteie Coughs, Croup, Asthma. Pneumonia, and in fact all throat and lung diseases. N'o person can use it without immediate relief. three doses will relieve any case, ami we consider it the duty of all druggists to recommend it to the poor, dv ing consuiii tive, at least to try one buttle, as SO.OOU dozen bottles were sold last year, amino one case where it failed was rejiorled. Such a medicine as the i nimii Sin iiji can not be too widely known. Ask jour drug gist about it. Sample tsittles to try. sohi at 10 cents. Kegtilarsle, 75 cents. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers, in the I'liltcd States and Canada. The gambling houses of Minncatolis and Milwaukee have been given one week's no tice to close. why Acker's C WV)V tm.i Klixir is -srarrantetl, is because it is tlie best Blood Preparation known. It will posi tively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the wbole system, and tbonuglilr builds up the constitution. Kemeiuber, e guarantee it. Frank H. CobleuU, corner Market and iligh streets. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies A marvel of pu rity, strength and tvholesomeiiess More eco nomical than theordluary kind, ami cannot be sold In competition with the multitude or low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In caus. Kotai. il.k.Mi t'oauta Co.. lixi Wall street. New ork B sllll rf I Mil i-tl . m EtSl m SpBPVTTv FIR STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS CAN BE PUT ON IIY ANY PEKSON. TUOUSA.NUS Of KUU-S SOLD ANNUAIXV rou BuiiaiiNiis ur evkui I DEM-KIITIO: I 8KN1 rUK NKW" C1KCULAK. (XINTALNINO fKlUK UST A.SU KttLKLMJtS. ACEWTS WANTED. M. EHRET, JR. k CO. BOLE MaHUFACTUKEKS, 423 Wilaut Street, PHILADELPHIA. And WO M EX f " qnkkly run- hpir men tumKi.M ot v.iau- Muiitt, l-DSM HIS MktjrMMa .utiflp,''qulellyttlhnM-. - .1 . ..II ...laula allsaa-aHSAfsa saant f ES.' uu a: a: i:svi:. i-i. . '0 Tear .M. i I -A -v .& VU-sOx -1s; WvfAiiinLiH w?crrv)mE.iT IwHk! 1 1 swyiK; P royal tjoatji ETENiyQ MAY 24 1887 Malarial poisons contain the gciins of dangerous diseases. If these imbons ae- ' cumulate in the system ttphoid, bilious. In tel initteiit ur chill feter is sure to follow. Aer's Ague Cure is a warranted specific' for malaria. """le people imarliie that a solid walnut disir is preferable to one that Is teneered. ' One carpenter informed Us differently yes terday He said tlat the solid door would ' warp, wheieas the telieerilig would serve to prevent warping. The veneered door costs a little mine than the solid, but it is ' well worth the difference. Philadelphia ' SHILOH'S YITALIZKU is what oii j immsI for consumption. Loss of Appetite', Dizziness, aiul all symptoms iff Dyspepsia Price 10 and r cents per tmltle. For sale bj F. A. (iarwood. ' man while riilinir on n Maine railroad I a lew ilajs ago. thought that he felt a hug I crawling on his neck and giabtied for It. Then there was a scream, and the man ' lound hnusell chili lung the luck hair ol a woman who had been sjttuig behind w ith : hci lack to his. VJ vovv would enjoy your dinner sud are prevented brDvs- pejisia, use Ackers Dyspepsia tablets. They are a positive euro for Dyspepsia, In- I 1 digestion. Flatulency and Constipation. ! ) o guaraute them. 2o and CD cents. Ir.ink II. Coblentz, cottier Market and1 High streets. I The Widows- Speaking of the ili-ar de parted, one of them remarked with emo tion" "1 shall never, never forget the date of his death, iHi a terrible blow it was to me!" "How long ago did he die'. Two or three tears." Paris Paper. i f'lii.lirs are a New Knglaiid pro duction from In-sh Hops, lEiirgumly I'ltch and (iitms. Asyaragus as thick us the reader's arm I is found in southern lEiissta, and it isn't i rank. CHOIP. WHOOI'IMi COIOII and Hronchitlsimiucillatflt i dieted by Shlloh's ! Cure. Fors.tle by F. A. (Iarwood. USING Dishmomed Ladies Wrj Use It. Lotta. llt.ll-- t.J t. Ul. . t-x 1 sr.iwn.is 1 1..S V BJ. M-KUaJ AdrlllL Pl-sttl. I nih i, I s. , Jan c 1-"" s-n-l unnvJUulf , it ' - IH-.t iWaintf r r d - 1 y Mt Lal It l-ai " Hs xstw .f MUi . I l fc. t . Fanny JmiatK' .eit If t it far .at-Fi -r t lit- mi i -fa-ia-ft-tU lrU.( t. i.. l-aj-v Clr Louiso Kellocc II t'on m -l-tt-tire l - aM nit i.um V 11 tbt ( ti .- ) . hat akJivt.! tv . nittM iU4 f mr -is. " It .' Mslr-avtUial.lfBa.tlsll L et'-llUii UeV. Mn. Soott-SitlJon. F- tW lal, vn rsj rm k I fli.4 It atirTV lv uuurUi , S It tk tut i t"U -d W Um (WHarBU. Jeniu. Vi.toru and Boanta Yokea. AV , Klsu fear I a iJr-tMfx V. m I1 ur trta-irouaLU f h.U(ti HrerlUaVt saisrlk. f.T ti t wabf I .kali. e kat u-a.Ill rlin ri.lii unit UseO. Thrres Titiona. vir " I i-i if 1 khi " iaau firrlWl r-tJTOt'. tn.1 Itattyinvt. it mi b MtiKfas-ttuci , tKlBtf. H, I'uny Da vm port. I li) s-ruliil rnt-tiiinrUitttUtlut; JaJ) (rWn-i. Jane Cootntja. 1 itttlilrr It far o-ti. W uf artkU of !' VlnJ n (am lit lit 1 1 .saui.tr jr. Aerwn EthuL ffttsl tttvr'-'l.lui lit 11 a kl" u t tb Ut t. Mrs. T. P. Bowrrs. rrbln-fTitly itif.t.rfv -oon-rtle. tad f ' i' i i-jt, rf-i ani, ioc nikD I ciwriQU5 r ti luetulit. Charlotto Thompaon. CvBtaJpT K to Id ths tw-rf . aurwtlL f. Va afclta f latccirrBtfcni. 1 -nju! r r- tnnriki It w all m (nrtasla aJOtl ti ! Cti T aj . San Jrw tt. ITt It ftta I sui.t i. i l..al i,. 1,1 In ills L l ,, .. Idlnnie Cumtaiii. fur br-SMtif 1JC m. 4.1W Mllhost bsrm U .s.jur Liu. , i-s.sl u iHcMiit-srsLk. tl-ll KXl'KESSKIi KKKE- 2 large TSe btitttes. MlilteiiriJliik.fiirtl.fi. To many points 1 bot tle tor 7's;. iTryyour druggist first i ll.ixej secure from ottservatlous. -Chamclin Mro. Co.. USKultiinSt-.X Y I. S. .Mention this paper. BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. c. K. CONVEILSK, DTAL riBLOIS, Rooms 5 A 6. Mitchell Block. T. A.LKWIH, DlHTtST, 6. E. Cor. Main and .Market Sts. W. H. SMITH, mavis or AcamuTi ith carrio WITHOUT TAIV, Masonic Bnllding. JOB PRINTERS. H.! I.IM HUCKKlt, is and57 Arcade. Print er. Engraver and Fashionable Sr&tlonur Wedding goods and calling cards a specialty. UNDERTAKER. W. A. (1KI1SS CO., UNUKKT.1KEK1. Office and WarHrnom. 1A W. Main at. Het Idence 19"! Y, High st. BOOK BINDERS. JOII.NSO.N DOllNK, Lisas IS or THR K. L. UARKITT ABOn'b S1H1E sisniav, I 17U West Columbia, street. 1 Odneral book binders and Blauk Book Manu ' facturer. I j KhoIii ion I V.irk street Kxlcnsloii of the ; ew er Taylor street 1 Besol.d.by the council nf th.'c'llyor.sprlng- Aetd.Htlto. Ittu-l birds of thf whole lilllnberid iiiembers elt-cted thereto Ciiiiriirring. that it is iietss:iry aud that it lulendsto make a public I imirivi-iiieiit by constructing the sewer here I ln.tfter described according to the plans, pro I lllcs and sH-clile.itions therelur on file in the I olllce of thecity civil eiigineerand recirdel In the ofllce of the city cli-rk ai.d opt-n to the In spertlon ol all parties liiti-restil. and that tin sewer In the sewer dlstriit both hereinafter described, sanl sewer and sewer district being I part of the pl.tnsand system of sewetage for . said city heretofore adopted by the council. I Is rtspiiretl aud Isheiebydcsig'iiated tor imme diate Use. I said sewer is described as follows, vi Be- ! ginning at the man bole on the west line of ' 'I sylor street and center of Bay .strict Ihenee In a s.iiittieastArly direction with a reverse curve l.i the east Itneof Taj lor street near Ihe I south line of lot X. V.S in II. heeler's addl 1 Hon thence cist:-'", feet to the W'-tlllieof York street, being the .irk -treet extension of the Taylor stri-et sewer. .said sewer is In the Tatlor street sewer ills- triet or Sewer Iiistrict No. ., Ibe boundaries id which are as follows- Commencing at the Intersection of the north line ol High street, with the east line of Market street: thence running east with the north line of High 1 street and the north lineof the turnpike road, formerly the ."prlutigeld and Aoith Charleston turnpike, east to the east corporation line. 1 thence south with the cast lineof thecorpora- tton to the southeast corner of thecoriMira tiou thence west with the south corporation , Hue to the center of Clifton street: thence south with the corporation line toacorpora- 1 tion corner: thence west with the corporation line to tne west line ol a turnpike road, for merly the Springfield and Clifton turnpike, I thence north with the west line of said last- named road to the old corporation line, being , the section line between sections" ;Ci aud t. township S, range!!, M K. is.; thencewest with said section line to the east lineof Market street, thence with the east lineof Market street north to the place of beginning. The plans and specifications ni-ntred by law tor the construction ! said tewer hate been prepared, and are on tile In theolllceof the 1 city civil engineer for examination and In i spectlon by parties Interested: and council will hear said parties at Its regular meeting to I he held In the council chamber of said city, on the 21st day of June. A.ll. 1S7. commencing ai s o clock p. m.. and In the event there should lie no session ot council on said night, then at Its first regular meeting thereafter. The city clerk is hereby directed to publish this resolution for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper ot general circulation in the cor poration. Kissed May 17th. A. 1).,1SS7. Attest: K. T. THOMAS, J. S Siii-aaltik, President. CityClerk. Uistin JS BY iMKWK-wjaws JHOODSf I , yL COMPOUND EXTRACT VyS. 4m The lmKirtaice of purifying the Mood can not Ik overestimated, for without puttf Most J on ciimot enjoy good lnullli. At tills season nearly every one needs a good tnet'iciiie to purify, vitalize, and clinch the IiIihmI, ami Hood's Sjrs.ip.inlU Is vvottliy jour cimt'ulenct'. It Is 'culur hi tlat it strem;Uu'iis and builds up the sjsteni.create an apietitet and tones the digestion, wliilo it eradicates disease, five It atrial. Hoist's S.ir.sjparilla Is sold liyallilrucgi'tv J'rrpjred ly C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, iljs. IOO Doses One Dollar - ess ai sags. RAILROAD TIME CARD. 1'lllslniig. Ciiii liinntl imtl t. Louis Hail. wuv tiiuii.iii lau llntiillt Kout. I'nder schedule ill effect January :;u, Issr, trains leave Sringlield, central standard time lor Xeuia. Cincinnati and Columbus, 7:l.'i a. in.. for Da) ton (T:ir. a.m. for eiua and Indianaiuilis lU"-ua. in.; for Xenia, Ciiiciiuiati, Columbus, Indian apolisand Chicago, :;:ift p. in.: for Xenu, Dajtoii and Cincinnati. I.V.10 P- " Trains arrive in springlicld at IT:l.r. and 'In .'0 a. m., C:uu p. in. and "iLtu p. m. 'Il.ulv . I Dailv, except Sunday. Stvi. Dunns, Ticket Agent UleveltAiiit, Colntnbas, UlurlnuHtt auU Inttlnnnpulla ItHllisHf. OlllriU KABT. S Nhttit Eiprem .lvn&ni 12 New York Jl lloatou Eiprens. . .. VJiani , 2 Clevelaud A Kaitern Kipresi. :).!' pm 4 New York LiniltedKipretu V.5 pm j uomo bocth. , 9 Night Eipress. . "Ml am ' 27 hpg.,01n. A Wes. Ex. ASS am I 1 Ctn. Flying Buckeye. 7JK am I & Cincinnati A Indianapolis Ei press .11.110 am ; 3 Cleveland A Cincinnati Expreas ljupm i s uinu., inas. louh a iau. ti.. -jo pm axkivi rxui iast. 9 Night Eipreii . 2Jim 1 Clu. Flying buckeye .7..l5am 3 Cleveland Jt Cincinnati Express .. . 1J) pm New York, boston A Ctnctnnatt Kx.tJS pm Aaiivi raou SOCTH. Night Express 'lam 11 Dayton. Springfield Accom.fr't.... "55sm . 13 New York A Boston Limited. .... .V-.0 am 2 Cleveland t Eastern Express 3.15 pm j "J6 Cincinnati & Springfield Accom . 5J91 pm IK New York Limited Express ...4.15 pm No. 12 has through sleepers to New York and Boston without change. , No. lis the famous limited express, com , Posed entirety ot sleepers, east of Cleveland. ' through sleepers from Sprtngneld. Makes Xrwiorxlu aiH hours aud tlostou In 24S bourn. U. U. KNIOUT, K. K. Ticket Agent, D. Ii. MAKTI.V. ArcadeUepot. U. P. A. Sprlugfleld.O. B. V., I'.nn, A Ohio K. K. All trains run on Central time 26 uiTiiutrs slower th.in city time. ' TU.1SS LKAVE OOINU KAST. So. 4. New York Limited, dally. 10: a. in. 2. Accllnl.,llallyecptunday '. 3V p. m. " 12. Atlantic Ex., dally. . . .2.111a. in. THAI.. '.tUVKOOIMl WEST. So. 3. Cln. A St. Louis Ex.. daily 2:10 a. ra 1. Accom .dullyexcept Sunday10:ii7 a. m. " 5. St. Louts Ex., dally 3:59 p.m. No. 1 has sleepers, but no change ot cars In either case ttirongii to New York. No. 5 has through sleepers to St. Louis. For tickets to all points and further Infor mation, call ou J. I. I'ULtlUit, Agent. 72 Arcade. TVIephonerall 111). Ke.-oliitioii For (he improvement of Sidewalk, 1 urb and Uutter. Resolved. That it Is hereby declared by the city council of the city of spplugtield.Uhlo. That It is necessary to improve the sidewalks on the streets hereinafter named by curbing and paving the gutters, and paving the side walks with brick, where not already done. To-wlt Both sides of Western avenue, be tween High street and North street: the south side of JeBerson street, lietween Franklin and Yellow Springs street, the east side of Plum street, between Jefferson and Pleasant streets: both sides of Yellow .springs street, between lMliert avenue and State street, bothsldesof Center street, between Obenchain alley and Liberty street, the west side of Factory street. letveen Jefferson street and the north line of thet lark property: Ihe north side of Southern avenue, between Market and Center streets, both sides or Mechanic street, between Clark and Fair streets, the west side of Ferncliff av enue, lietween thecltffsand foot of college hill; the east sldeot Forrestavelille. hetween lllirh and Mound streets, bothsldesof Sprlngstreei. between North street aud the bridge, both sides of Southern avenue, between l'earl and Taylor streets: the west side ot Light street, between Columbia and North streets, both shies of Rice street, betweenTajlor street and Cliftou avenue, the uorth side of Clltton street, between York and Kant streets; the west side of Western avenue, between Main ami fieasant streets: ihiiii 9ldesott llftouav enue.between ration and Itlce streets. lioth shies of Liberty street, between liall.igher and Limestone streets. The following named sidewalks to helm proved by curbing and paving the gutters and grading and graveling the sidewalks, to-wlt Both sides of John street, between Yellow .-prlngs street and the L. M. R. It ; both sides of Southern avenue, lietween the L. .M. R. R. 1 anil num street, both sides ot Center street. I between Liberty street and Southern avenue; !both sides of Limestone street, be tween "-onthern avenue and State street; the south side of Main street, betwten the C. C. C. A I. R. It, and Oreenuiount avenue; the west side of Miami street, be j tween 1-leasant and Clark streets; both sides ol rieasant street, between i ellow- springs and Dayton streets: both sides ot Columbia street, between Isabella street and Western avenue; bothsldesof Factory street, between I fair street and t-outhern avenue, both sides ot Freeman street, between Main and High ' streets: the north side ot Cliftou street.be- j tween Klder and Oak streets; both sides ot Klder street, bctw een Clifton street and Cham ! pion avenue, both sides ot l'attou street.be- 1 tween Limestone and IVart strcets;both sides 1 of 1-igouda avenue, between the I. B.A W. I railway crossing and Red Men's hall; both ' sides ot High street, between Oreenmouut and Belmoiit ateniies. I The following sidewalks to be repaired with I brick, to-wlt. The east side of Market street. between jlalu and Columbia streets.! n Iron tot the property of Mr.iieorge Spence; the north side of High st'iet, lietween Miaffer and Light streets. s;l, improvements shall be con structed or repaired according to the ordl nances of this city regulating such Improve ments and to the acceptance of the city en gineer;and theownersof the property.bound ing and abutting upon said portions of said sidewalks, curbs and gutters so ordered to lie Improved, are hereby ordered to so construct, or repair, said sidewalks, curbs and gutters within sixty days from legal service upon them ot notice of the paasageof this resolu tion. 1 hat said property owners are hereby fur ther notified that at the expiration of said period of sixty days said council will cause said Improvements to be made, or so much thereof as shall not have been already done by the property owners, and will by ordinance or der the assessment of the expenses thereof upon the pniierty bounding and abutting upon s.ud sidewalks, curbs and gutters to be improved. In proportion to the respective feel frouts of said properties: and that said council will by said ordinance further provide for certl tying said assessments to the coutrac tor doing the same for said city in payment thereforac cordlng to the laws and ordinances of this city: and that thecity engineer lsherebv di rected, upon the completion of the work to forthwith prepare and report to council a statement of the cost ot said Improvement, ami that the city clerk Is hereby directed to cause legal publication to be made 01 the pass age 01 tins resolution. Passed by council May 17th. Iss7. Attest F..T. THOMAS, J S. Siibw ai rrH. President. CityClerk. llt.im A Resolution im'LAKIXti IT N'LCKSSAia and Ihe In W teultoii ot council to make a public im provement by changing the grade of a portion of Spriugstreet. Resolved, by the council of the city ot Springfield. Ohio, That It is necessary and that It intends to make a public Improvement by changing the grade of a portion ot Spring street, viz.: Beginning at the grade on the south side of .Main street, thence south 4ii feet to the north line of High street.ascendMi-liJOfeet; thence south oO feet to the south line of High street, level, thencesouth C4 feet to the south Hue of Washington streel, descend lt II hofeet. Said grade to be according to the profile thereof In theolllceof thecity engineer of thlscity, tor the Ins nection of all parties Interested therein. Resolved, further. That the city clerk be and i Is hereby directed to cause legal publication! to be made ol this resolution, and K ,ti. nei wicks appointed and directed to serte legal notice of this resolution upon all the owners nt property abutting upon said portion ot Spring street.or on the personslu whosenames the abutting property is assessed. Passed by Council .May lit. Ks7. W. II. 11LKE, President Fro Tem. Attest: J. S.Siicw'alteb. Citv Clerk. 111am Air. fierce anal i 'isroverr. 1 boosuids or BalMats cussiaTTHKlaHolffca.Noe.v.ritiiffi.tlltduMlbasir lAaa-AlxaoaatUiK. aoaji UiU -. JUMi-a. Msa JLw!LaJ!L RADICALLY CURIDBT - .-- -- ,i '-r--t-" NEW GOODS, -AT c w J.M.KNOTE Is receiving the choicest and most select ed stock of Dress and Business Suits That are well made, neat and nobby, and they will be sold as low as the lowest, taking the make and material into con sideration. All styles of UNDREWEAR All the leading styles luloid Collars and J. M. Knote, 1:5 It):i.x;t. NB1 WALL PAPER! -YlVa- WINDOW Wednesday, May 18, 1887. We have this week filled our racks with NEW WALL PAPERS of all grades, to which we invite your Inspection. They are all entirely new styles, no wormy chestnuts, and we are selling them at remarkably Low Prices. NOW is the time to buy, as the selection will soon be broken under the pressure of the rush we are having. We employ the most expert paper hangers that can be had, and guarantee all work." An immense stock of Window Shades of all kinds, plain, decorated and handsomely decorated. Buy your shades before the hot weather sets in. and be ready to keep your rooms darkened and cool. Prices away down, far below the surprising point. y. D LEADING BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, xo. i sorrii mai.k..t .sti.ff.t, - spkixufield, o If you intend buying a Bicycle or Tricycle, see the COLUMBIAS AND VICTORS The best, cheapest and easiest running wheels in the mar ket. Second hand wheels taksn in trade for new wheels. L. F. OLDS BRO., NO. 8 WEST MAIN STREET. Options on Stocks & Bonds (PUTS. CALLS. ETC.) A SPECIALTY. Insurance A-ral tiat Loaa lu Stock OpratloDa Circulars and Information on Application. The Theory ot stuck Exchange Mpecula, tion, by Autnur Crump. Price. S3 post paid. Table ot contents mailed tree. Every specu lator should read and study this Interesting work. II. W. ROaKNBAUM. CO Exchange Place, Hew Yolk. ..:fi-)r;r' ""- THIi - HOUSE! i HOSIERY. in Neckwear, CeT- Handkerchiefs. 3I.iiii lat. - SHADES. ERDE & GO., Dr. Frank C. Runyan, DENTIST. aTrEoomitn Buckingham's Balldlng.orer J TMurphyA Bro.'s Store.- SptwtalaueaUou given to the preserving ol natural teotn. -cf?X J.