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BEPUBLTOJTtTESDAT EVENING. JUl.V 12. 188T. si BLACKBERRIES Now is the time to can. The hast and cheapest Berries or the season, l'rice, 7."r and $1 per drawer. TJ Tin Cans, per ioz., - - 4Sc WavSealins (.lass Jars, - (5n Mason's SM. Sealtr, -$1.00 Ji'lh Cups, :15c kJY.&wvwC BARGAIN STORES. SI d91 WNlMlliLUdUSiiUlHr ket -U, tprlniclleld, O. HATS! MACKIJVAWS, MANILLAS AT REDUCrD PRICES I.I lit Far Derbjs, $1.50, $2.00, 2.20 mnd . BEST VALUES e.er OFFERED. Sain .St. Hatter and Furnisher. PEOPLES COLUMN. FREE ADVKRTI81NO. ON AVI AFTKR Today the Ppriturfleld DitT ltmuf "111 insert such "ads "as -IVanti." "Lost." "For Rent" "For Sale etc In this column one time free, three timet for twenty Ave cents, and six times for flrri cent. THEM'RINOFIKLD FUB.CO. May S. lssT WANTED. TtrXTEI-Fierybo.lTto tret that Idea pat ented Call on Campbell t Urldlev. pat ent attorneys, llookwalter block AdTlce free IS TfTAVTFI t 2t south lellosi fprlwcs If street a eonI. reliable tfrl to do general housework In smsll family. Mnt have refer ence pply at once KSb "U7TFI-To rent 1 rooms for houe-keep Vf inc Address. Cotral. 142 east Main street !'-' "l7ANTEI-.lrl-ernrtn I'rotestsnt clrt. 't foreeneralhoueorklna mall family l'erminent home and coo.1 stages reference required xddress Lock hoi i. city ltSt WVNTFIi-tJIrl V eood cook App'y tm-m-diate!ytoMr F.M Farmer. 4)7 south Market street Kdb TV rTH tlood cook References re quired tallatrvo u cinaen avenue. llAXTFO-salesmen to aell nursery stock I I Fall line of ne and trainable specialties. Steady employment at fixed salaries and ex penses or commission Address. Rlrlne aee and references Max Brothers. Nurserymen. Rochester. X A 154 as' WAXTEl- Three honest. pushing men In your vicinity special Inducements now; don't delay salarv from start Hrown Broth ers Nurserymen. Rochester. X ltsmr T1TAVITD Wheel hands and polishers. t Good pay and steady employment. 10 WANTED- reliable man to represent our nurseries in this section. Something permanent. Chas II. Muari a. cs nursery men. Newark. New nrk. established 13. WAXTFP 10 no lady acents at once en tirely new undenrarment. outfit free, conditionally titcnts averate 10 to $3) dally so can you' All about It fueel Mra 11. F. Little. 30 Lakeside buildlnc. Chicago. Ill TITANTED-lit kinds of clothes wrlncers to If repair called fnrand oe:iereo. o'aers by mall promptly attended to. a. M. Miller. IM West Main FOR SALE. TWt viTr-rAiiriinniMsnil lots for sale or f eichance for land .irother property In- tmlreal No 21li west Main street IWb nnv cit.v nit TI' AliK Three rih.l farms In f Indiana. Wei! Improved Will t rule for cood S-pnncneia property ray ctt man . I.,rir, II Jiihntun. corner Market snil ltlrh streets ""It FORStXE A No 1 family r ceoerxl pur pose horse five years old One splendid .1r.rthArw.iHit TMN olit AlSO tWU frCSH milch cows. gooi and tentle tall on or ad dress ieorce xrnett. irnni-ne.ia.it " FOR "s-VLF. -Small rr.M-ery ou llheral terms Inquire at room Z. Mitchell block It-lb FORsLE fine cabinet urand rlano. for half price, as parties are soon to leave the city and mut sell Inquire at Wm. A. Fays Cooner avenue iSU F)R SALE ewlne machine; new. beautiful ly finished, fivedrawers. For less than half llCUIk. Vftll fc .uuiu - i.... ... - FOR RENT TV)R RENT House of eight rooms, hall and r inth m.im modern fmnrovements. eas and water In house. CalLO. II. rbllllps. 17 Linden avenue. "' FOR RENT Twoorthree unfurnished rooms Inquire at si et High street. Refer ences required '" FOR RENT Rooms In riu Paul cottace. Ir bana camo-meetlnc grounds Apply to Mrs W S W elsh. N'o.33. wet Main ttreet. IOR RENT house of 5 rooms on vet ' High street, between Shaffer and Jackson streets. Inquire of N'.Myera. 1.6 west High street. I1 POR RENT Large s tore room. Rent low. T. FOR RENT Three or four good rooms, ault able for small family. Inquire ol Thomas Sharpe tf MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LON-Inumof S50U to $T.CO0. on three to flveyears time, on flnt mort gage or approved commercial paper. George U.Colct.roomNo.l. Lagonda bank building. FOR TRADE pOR TR4UE- A good second hand carriage T and some cash for a good vacant lot John It Johnson, corner Market and High streets Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye. K)TABUnav inn. Brit ia th r t BaumfI Rtftbrft In MMMTiMKlt Sdlp (MkiDUDrnl, r.dtcUM Unit , miMsI tb II m fiTU trtMd dyt 1 tb h r wasTl tvntt tarSaVattfHl filar k r ftro. Px Ilnto7 cirtrmra m Iop4 tm MMtllctttiofl, mra ttMlfntf WB psTT rSttlsl fcyalUrurt-t.ru- Applk-d cy ipTTW 'BrieWt r JtAn JWK-tllXiSl-.yT.CU. wU At this season of the year the blackberry r 'reparations are la demand. 1'r Casper has a stock the bcsttjuailtles ol Old Blackberry Brandy, Extra Blackberry Wine, Fine Blackberry-Cordial. Extract Blackberry Root, Blackberry and Geranium Car minitive. All fur summer use and dlarrlnri and lmi-l tr..ubles lir Casper's UlackU rrr ud tie r niuitt carminative la the brat arlltle made for infant's and children use. .very family Uould have a bottle on hand. Ill put tin In Siaud Sec bottles Theolherirtlcles are sold In bulk or bottles to suit All for sale it low est prices al CASPER'S Drug Store, rUhr'i Block Mtnfttrl,3ti Uuor We off IlUl4n.Srlaf Held. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. Will Kiism1I, of rawbure, i In III" Clt. Jlr. Charles Sellen ri'ltirnnl llils morn iiig I nun Clucago. The tioanl of e.niali7atiin arv -.till u their a earj rounds. The Second l'restij terians (iiciirt at el low Springs, rimrxlaj. Colonel fJeorge hinti went l Columbus thii morning on buslnes. Mr. Vm. II. Illecleft tliis iiionimg an K vMt to frirtiils in DtlnilL Mls4 Mary Smith left this allenotoii. via thrt Tan Handle, for New ork Mr. Kamlolpli Coleman ami bride left this uiornuit on a tour of the lakes. Miss Jennie ForresL of this city, is the guest of Mis Ireua Uaker of ITrbaua. Mrs. Walter Fellowen i In Cincinnati to attend the funeral of Mr. W. II Ward. Hie hearing of the Salvation army in the police, court takes place one week from to day. Miss Mollie Dwjer and Mls Califs i: an. of this city, are visiting Miss Katie (Juinn. of Ye'Iow Springs. Messrs. 11. 11. Barr and A. Wi-iger left this morning for Kansas Citj, to be atisent. perhaps, ten days or two weeks. The prospects are that the First Luther ans will have the biggest picnic of the sea son. T hunday, at Ludlow Falls. Miss lfosa Ueglia went to Cincinnati t.- daj where she will be the guest of Mr. and M rs. .1 . V. Saw yer for two weeks. Mr. A. M. Hussey. of thi city. Is nisti eating for a week or two at his former Inline in How lusvllle, (.reene count). Mrs. .lames Fleming, matron of the counti innrman. who mrnth received such a severe fall, is recovering nicel) Mrs. Col. Fellowes went to Cincinnati to day to attend the funeral of Master John nie Draper, a ton of one of her sisters. Mr. Charles Jefferies left today for Zaueille to attend the wedding of Miss Harris, w hit 1) occurs there tomorrow even iug. James l!oj le, who is charged with murder of Dennis Mahonej. will have his hearing in the police court next Friday morning. Charles Thomas colored, aged about 3". j ears, died last night, at the count j In nrnnrv. of general debilit,. ile was buried toda. Several members of UieSpungueld short ingclul. are indulging in a practice match at the club range ou IVrrine's farm, mtli of the itj this afteruoou. Mr Will lUbbitts leaves tomorrow for a visit to SL Paul and Minneapolis, toapend his midsummer vacation. Ho willbetlie guest of tils brother, Mr Charles KatiWtLs Messrs. John Ha, Henrj Krhl and William Woods are engaged in appraising the stock of Hendlej. leanderA Co, the pi tiling mill nnn that asslgne.! last week. The Uu'LHLic Is indebted to Mr. A. SI. Crolhers. of Is Angelis fal . for U'e numbers of papers published there. Sir. Crolhers is now a successful real esUte broker in the citj of Angeles, Ceorgle Hielfner, who was so badly powder burnesl on the Fourth, as to tender his recovery siinewhat doubtful, Ls getting a'ong even better than could be expected. and will likely soon be entirel) welL Jllss Mattle. the charming daughter of Mr. and Sirs. J. X. Sperry, of Nashville, Tetui.. and grand-daughter of the late Mr. and Sln. Amos Harr. Is now the guest of her aunt. Sirs. A. V- hunth, at 318 north Limestone street "" Quite a number of the members of the Springfield Shooting club will go to James town, on Thursday, to take psjt in a big shooting tournament to be given there at Hie fair grounds, under the auspices of the Jamestown Oun club. Mrs. Silt Crothers, of Springfield, was the piest of friends and relatives In this citj last week. She leaves In a few days for Ixw Angeles, CaL, where her husband went some time ago, anil Is now engaged in business In that city.- Xenia Gitzcttr. The Woman's Kelief Corps will run ai. excursion to the 0. 8. and S. 0. Home, at Xenla, on Thursday. Jul) Hth. Fare for the round trip, adults SOc: children SOc. Tickets good on all regular trains. Trains leave Little Sliami depot at T.1S and lOr'O a. m. The village of Norton, near Delaware, fumUhed a curious freak of nature. A young chicken was hatched which was per fectly formed, except that the heart was upon the outside of the bod). The fowl lived two days, the heart's pulsations being observed b) a number of people. HARD TIMES Attliesoclalt Ilia O. A. K. Uall Last Kxiilnc tua-. Rags, Rags. The "Hard Times" sot lal was a great suness. Last evening the (!. A. It hall was tilled with people whose clothes were all tattered and lorn, and who came to en- jo) lh msehes.notas rich and well-dressed people, but as those w no go in rags ana Hi eon a crust a da). A prize was offered for the lad) wearing the most rags. and Sirs. Uiara vvjricg took it In. Her dress was a sight to behold. It was completely covered with patches and torn into rags. It took Hie ejes of every body. Charles I'crnsietoofc the gentlemen's prlre and he, too, was ragged out in great tvle. Mnclng by quartettes and members, ami recitations by several present together with music from ltigio's harp, made a very en jojable evening to all. Ule.1 In the W.-.I. Woid has lieen receivtsl of the death at Km pile. Colorado, of Dr. J err) Haker, son of Sir Silas Uaker, of I.awrenceville, this eountv. Dr. Haker went west for his health, which he never found, the fatal dis ease being consumption. The funeral oc curred on Monda) . U1 FOR GENTS' PINE KANGAROO SHOES, SCHULTE'S silk 9BaBaHttssssatrxisW nsBssHasssW PsMssssmiBSsH IBW,BSSSSsl II MAIIsIIVII I lie alriiveiut icprest ins tin familiar fac nf the sticocs,fni ratmdrvmaii. Mr. Ilermnli li. MatshtU. who his made Spi inirlield Ins lutnie for a great uniiv ) cars and built up the largest busiiiess in his line in Cential Ohio. Win Mr. Slarshall succctslisl. where oth ers had so signally faittsl, was due to the fail that ho was not mil) a imtttuiit, but also a ictillnc. laumlryiinii 'loan ex cellent education, he hid adiied a t'lOioiigl knowledge of clicnustr), and this was the great set ret of Ins piospcntv. Deltrmiutsl to iiutkc his lauuiliv a Im n. lit to the fit) as well as a pmlit to himself. Sir Marsliill Itegan his luliors with a lull realization of tin old adage. Hitncstv Is the M i i. " He piolult- itel in his lauiiilr). at UhmiiiImI, Hit use of acids in leaiisiug clothes And. just here, the public should lie iiiHtle aciiuainttsl with the tat t that the wholesale destrtulion of clothing by rnisonoiis solutions is simply enormous. As Mr. Si's business has grown, he has added to his lanniln all Hie lal.-st improve- mt lit, known Iti the trtde ami spares no exense in the lilting up of hisvtrv line establishment This lauudr), known throughout Spiing held as the Home Steam Ijumlrv. was oenetl old) si years ago. vU in thit short spsceof time, it has gmw u to such amazing proportions that the enormous amount of work turned tint etch week b) the enterprising linn of Marsh ill .V Co. is incredible. l'roiupuiess is a most uufiortaut feature of Hie lauudr). but thethaiatlen-tic which most recommends It to Us pitroiis is the care and attention that is given to ever) article of clothing which Is iit to Im cleansed Kach garment timlt rgoes a rigitl lusitx:tion at the olhce Itefore leaving tlie lauudr). 'through his most successful career. Sir. .Marshall has gained the esteem and eouli tlenceof his fellou-citi7eiis h his temark able attention to business and the straight forward manner in whit h he conducts his house. Sir. Slarshall h.u. full) demonstrat ed that energ). hand in hand with an hon est principle, rising alittve all failure and obstacles, will rapidfypls.ee a mill in a mitst enviable itosition ORNINC MARRIACE. lolpli Colrtn in nnit Ml.t Nellie Yohnsott t nltett lit vititrlttioiijr. The lreautifiil resilience of Mr. Koliert Johnson, on the tsirnti of Market and l'leasaiit slreet, was tlie scene this moni ingof a tiiiet welding, the coiitractiug parties being Mr. Randolph Coleman, one of tho rising )oiuik attorneys of thecit), and SLss Vellle, the second diughter of Mr and Mrs Kohert .lohnson I lie vtetldllig ts UlTtsI al nine oi lock and was a tintt but elt-ganl aliair llieltev l)r Kiist or High street M 1 church. iH'tturmtsl tlie cciuiiouv ill a Ircaiitllul and I uiiitssive iiiimih r Onl) mends rs of tlicliiiiiic.li.it.' fimil). togt Iher with Sir ami Sirs. I-lilt u lion mill and .Messrs. W all Kahlutts unl Demi) Ktslgers were present al the wtshlmg. ltotlt the hndeand giiMim ale v ell known in springhehl Sliss Johnson has lts;n one of tht leaders In bprmglir-Id struct) ami is an accomplishetl and t harming lad). Tin groom his made an excellent name for It tin self in his chosen profession and has a wide tlitleof frit mis Thelneiidsof Sir and Mrs Coleman Join in wishing tin in all the joy, happiness and prosperity in life. Sir. Coleman and Ins bride left at in oclts k this morning for Clevelu d and Detroit, wheine the) will g' on i tour of the lakes ACREATSAtE. The lleln.of.1 l sl.warl Siile ant Clir.l mil Vveune eiltie-ilay tttttl llitlrs,la. Another rtil estate sale takes place to- morniw in tlie lots owntsl b) the heirs of .1. 1). Stewart ami ire Incited in the ver) heart of the cit. They are on Chestnut avenue, which Is a built up street ami all improved Several of these pieces of projiert) have alread) hoiist that are tit sirthle and Lrst class liouics. 1 he) were drMrilrcd m the fit limit of Jul) '.i. and can lie made lo pa) a big per cenl on the Investment. Then ou the lollowuig I liursila) a sale of real estate, belonging to the heirs tif J D. Stewart and SI ar) II Davidson, will lie bad f roiii the premises, ou Water and Nor.li streets, onl) two blotks from Slain street 'Ihtse. pro'tcrUe are all curbed ami gutttretl, anil there will be no expense whatever to the piirchast r for improvements 'I his will bo a good 111)111,; investment for am bud) The sale is positive, and please lemimbci the tlatt s The terms r.re one third tash. one-third In one year, line-third in two ) tars, with six per cent on deferred payments to be secured by mortgage on the premises. .lames Foley will be the antioneer. One o'clock Wednesday ami Thursday. HERE'S HERBS. The llemorrntlo Cautli.ltile-for the Legis lature l Issue at CalupHlgu Dully. Sir. J. B. Abell, democratic candidate for the legislature, has announced his intention of launching on the journalistic sea this fall a lampalgu dally newspaper, through which ho will endeavor to persuade the qualified electors of the county of Clark- that he ought to have their snpimrt at the jiolis. it Is understood, but not authorita tively, that Mr. Abell will keep standing at the head of the editorial columns of the "Daily Politician," or what ever its name may be. Ins statement in tlie democratic com cntioii that the rt be nags ought to be returned. Mr. Abell Is getting himstlf Into editorial practite ami assuming liy degrees the jour nalistic lrvmess b) writing the heavy leaders for the CIIjikt. It is said that he was the author of that brilliant eulicr) of himself wli eh appearetl In a rec nt issue, ami while Hie 111 I'l ut.u does not v out h for the truth of the rumor, the eulogy, it written by Mr Abell, did him credit 1 he proposed daily will lie issued from the Cllii r ottice Thellillilreit Ask For It And the old folks laugh when they find that the pltusaut California liquid fruit remedy, Syrupof Figs, is mote easily taken ami more Item ticial in its action than bit ter, nauseating iiit-dianes. It .strengthens the liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels, while it aroiists them to t healthy activity. For sale at Casper's tlrugstoie. Fine pickles at Hold .1 i ymi's. The gas well at I'crii, bid., Ii.isgliun abAinlontsJ, mineral water having lieeu struck. Mrnsn SHOE STORES, 25 EAST WILD BILL, OF KANSAS Killing Two sohlUrs lit twinkling, but Hesitating at a Munlrr. "Willi Hill was a Rood shot, was he not' With the six shooter he was slmplv wonderful lu ni) entertainment I give an illustration of a double slwt he made out at Havs City, Kan , in the early days, when he shpt two soldiers, one in front of lilnt and one directly behind him, each en tleavormg to shoot hint before he could draw his gun He killed one and tuor tallv wounded the other, und the two re iwrts of the revolver seemed almost as one The marvelous feat was the talk of the country for a lonu time In fact, when I c tine by there a few days ago one of tlie old residents who witnessed the killing mentioned it to me anil slid he could ecHnel) believe it even after seeing It Uill never misled his mark. I have seen him take a pistol in each hand and tire with right and left pistol at a can thrown in the air, hitting it with both built ts Ilv the way I heanl a very funny storv told on Uill some time ago If )ou nnitniber. ho nisrned Mr Agnes Like, widow of Ijtke. the circus man. 1)111 fair) worshiped his wife, but de spite hta grest love for her she never could Induce him to quit drinking He would come home full of bad whisky, and oue ill) Sirs Hlckok said to him ' Hill if yon don't quit this drinking pretl) Mm)uii will actual!) begin to see monktys.' SI. inkers" said be 'What do )0u me in, little one'' ' 'Whv von know, when jieople back east drink too much of the kind of whl9ky tlie) gel tmck there the) see snakes, but this aw fill stuff out here makes them see turnkeys ' 'Hill hutched at her and did not give the niatur it second thought, little dream in,: thit she had put up a job' to break him of his Intemperate habits There was a t ime monkey in the town Cheyenne, I Isheveit wn and Sirs Ilickok had in ducts! its owuer to loan it to her for a night Hill tame home that night com fort.tblt drunk, and after he had gone to sleep his wife secured the monkey and chained it to the foot of tho bed Then turning down the light a little, she too retired and awaited results. Bill woke up in the night burning with thirst and r ilsctl up into a sitting posture, intending to gt t out of lied and get a drink of water There, lurched up on the footboard, was tlie monkiy, staring him in the face with hideous grimaces. He rubbed his bleared ey es, looked again, and a horrible suspi clou came into his befuddled briun Had his w ife told I u the truth' Did he really have 'em li i.tlly , he sprang outou the floor, seized li six shooter, which lay on a table near, leveled it at the grinning creature itml said " 'Xow, old man, If you are a motkey vou're in .t bail fix, if you ain't a monkey I'm in a Unl lix ' At the same instant lit nretl and the monkey fell over In the age Mies of tliath His wife, who had been watching tlie working of her schem. sprang up in the bed with a scream, : nd Dili, turning lo her with a broad sniUs ol the most intense satisfaction, said: " 'Little woman, congratulate mi-, for 1 have just had a wonderful escape. 1 ain't as drunk as I thought 1 wiss, and there's a monkey ly in' there on the floor that'll never intrude Itself into the do mestic ftlicy of another happy family an make a gentleman think he s got the Jim Jams ' " Capt Jack Craw ford In Kansai City Times The Sunshine In Mexico. In two years' time the mercury in my house has never risen above ft degree nor fallen below 50 It is a curious physio logical fact that, after a time, an Amen ran living here becomes unable to stand intense heat, such, for example, as ont may experience by walking under the ver tical tropical sun al nntldiy. On Mrs) toining here Americans and Englishmer. wulk with impunity in the sun, but in I ytar or more the same men liegln to seel the shadv side of the street on siimmei days 1 he explsnation of the coolness ol stores, ortlt es and houses even during whit we here call the "hot months" of Apri and Slay, Is the rarity of the air, which to shaded plices, canuot hold muih heat One never feels the necessity of stripping tiff one's outer clothing to keep covl. In c word, tlie tableland climate of Slexlco, while not perrect, 1, compared with the Xew Knglni.il collection of violently assort etl weathers, ideal I have seen a thin cadaverous, Boston consumptive, nearly killed there at the blowing of the east wind, pal" twenty jsjunds in six month in this city, anil those nervous disease engendered bv the erratic thermometer ol .v England are much heliietl by resi ence here The drinking of the common jieoples beverage of pulque stops the ravages of Kidney diseases, amltneabund auce of v egetables the y tar round condnces tti the cure of dyspepsia, as does also thi tranquillity of life in a nmntry where bc one is in a hnrry City of .Mexico Cor Boston Herald. The Parisian 1UI Roses. The fashion of givfns Kils blincs, which are attended by girls of tender age only, who are not vet tntitletl to make their dibut in socie,, or to appear at tlie bals roses, Is meeting at present with som op'iositiou These infantine balls. vvhiih are, however, frequently at tended by young ladies of SO yeirs, have been not inappropriately compared to regiments composed of old veterans and eufans de troupe The chitf sufferers from such couitiitional eimrtammeuts are, of course, the older neophytes, who are con detuned to go through their waltzes and quadrilles under the eyes of atrabilious duenuas It 19 doubtful, however, if the present opposition will ne able to break through the barriers of formalism which hetlrCe in the marriageable French girl as if she were a pulling infant, ami condemn her to a Cinderella like treatment unheard of lu the social philosophy of her English or American sisters. Pans Cor Loudon Telegraph Told to a Friend. Of course in all families the mother is the one to whom the children i ling We don't talk to them, feel with them, love them, occupy ourselves about them as the female does We think altotit our liui ness and pleasure, not theirs Why do I tronble you with these perplexities' If I mayn't tell you what I feel, what is the use of a friend That's why I would rather have a sail letter from you, or a short one if you are tired or unwell, thau a sham gay one and I don't subsenbe at all to the doctrine of "striving to be cheer ful." "Unpublished Letters of Thack eray" in Scribner's. Revolutionising the ltuslness. A y oung man in Missouri start etl out to be a snake charmer and revolutionize the business, but the first thing he felt was the fangs of a rattlesnake buried In his cheek, and it has taken two mouths to get the swelling of his chsk reduced mi that he can wear a Xo. 6 hat Detroit Free Pwss The Head Liu Fiend. American new -papers are too much for the av erage Englishman. The telegraphic headings especially confuse his dull per ceptions A Briton was lately complain ing of the matter. "Why," said be, "it w as tw o da) s before I knew that Mr. Beecher was dead, don't yon know. I read 'On the Borderland,' 'In the Dark Valley,' etc , but didn't know it bad any reference to the Brooki)u divine, and it w as weeks lief ore I knew that the Oregon was at the bottom of the ocean with a goodly mail for me 'Hocked in the Cradle of the Deep,' 'Hungry Billows' ami such like announcements appearing each da) didn't convey any idea to me, )ou know, that the text told of a ship wreck " Phil tdelphia Call csvo EARLY IMIOTOfJIIMMIY. INTERESTING INCIDENTS OF THE ART IN ITS INFANT DAYS l'rof H a H Mm... the I'li.t.rer In la guri rrott ). ll.rkT1ie I Ir.t son fu ture I tel taken lu Slllel it a-lltiw It , II" lie. Tiieie m sonu intf renting memoirs ton netted wnli nrlv photo,;r.iptiv in this roiiutrv unl tut I'liotogripliv d iwnetl ill tilt world it llmilt the "Hue tune as teltgnpht iml.it nlMiiit tlie s une tlate as steun r tilrotiliu ml Slorse theleadin' mm in Hit ttleraph, nud Diguerre the leidui mm in the photograph i it llrst tailed tiled i-ftlerreotype) let line jiersonal fricml and each got interested in the others lines a thing w Inch very seldom hapH ns to that 1 1 tss of people Slorse when he was m Pins tryin' to push his lightniu messigcs wits intro duced liv Holiert Wnl-ti, ol Philadelphia, the American consul m Pari-, to Mons Dtgutrre who was trvin lo push Ins sun put tires 'I he two men tookagrett fancy to tilth other, jilst like two brothers, showed enth other their inventions ami told tilth other their plans Rich promised to help the other after he hid first helped liiuist If, and eich kept his promise Digutrre never got a chince to lie of much real mil to Mors,- in Paris, but he did vt hut he could all the same talked enthusiastically almut the telegraph anil shrugged ins shoiildtrs enllnisi.i-tically, as onh a Iretichmiii can But Slorse, w hen he got b ick to X'ew York, took hold of his chum Daguerre s hobby and intro duced it into the metrowlis The llr-t telegrapht r may thus le s ml to hive been the first photonpher 'Hit re wa, at this time In Vew York a fine instrument maker almost a gt inns in his w.tv, tailed Prosch, who hid a shop in a base incut on Nassau street, a very curious sort of a place, a den of scientific otlds ami ends, haunted by odd ami scien tific men Morse saw 1'roscli and gav him a full idea of 1) iguerre's inventions, and showed him a plan of the appuratui needed to earrv out Dagucrre's ideas He also give Pree-ch an order to make this apparatus Prosch set to work anil made u rude affair, winch was the first picture taking apparatus ever made in this conn try. and turned it over to Morse. And tlieu one mornin', a reilly memorable inorntn', in its way, .Morse, with the aid of this rude instrument, took the first sun pitture oi daguerreotype ever taken in America. He took It off of the steps leadin' to Prosch's den He placet! the cimeraon the steps and got a pietty gtssl picture of the old brick thurch (the Hex Dr Spring's tliurcln opposite to the city lull on tlie spot now occupied by the Times news paper and the Potter bulltliu' In the foreground of this picture was a hick, and its sleepy horse, w itli its stiU more sleepy driv e r This first dignerreotyiie or photo gnph was, of course, a primitive affair, worse than a tintype now, but it was, nev ertheless, a great, wonderful thing under the circum-tutices It demonstrated that pictures of the earth and things ami tieo pie on it, could be taken by the aid of the sun, just as certainly and truthfully as ideas couM be transmitted by electricity, anil really one fact was almost as import ant as the other It was a tnily nieinor able mornin' in New York when Slorse took the first tlaguerreotypeoff of Prosch's basemeut steps, although it then ttsik him neirly an hour, all in all, to complete the operation Professor Driper was a great friend of Slorse, and he got interested in this new thing He ami More experimented to gether Draper w as great on chemistry He soon improved ou tlieorizinal tlaguei re otype, and one day he astonished Slorse b) tukiii' his (Morses) picture with his e)es ojien, giving the natural expression of the eyes 'I his was it big step onward; for at first rail Hie pictures taken of huiiiiu Kings had lo le taken with the eyes elo-etl, on account of the glare Imiglne a prettv woman sittin' for her picture and hivin' not old) to hold her tongue but close her eve shut her eyes as well as shut up It would lie as hard that w.i) to have your pitture taken as jour tooth taken Draper am! Slorse used to take their earlv pictures from a window of the old universit) buildin', where Morse lived. One of tin ir successful pictures was the tower of tlie hurch of Messiah, abont the sire of u pi tv in' card. The first pict ures were all of 'em pictures of builtlin's, streets nnd so on But at last .Morse took a portrait put the human face and figure into a sun picture. This was a step on ward nnd upward, for as Sforse took his first object picture on the steH leadin' to Prtisch's cellir, so he took his first face ami figure picture on top of the university buildin', in a sort of a studio he had erected there on the roof, and which was the first photographic "studio" ever started in America 1 he first lad) whose picture was ever taken bv the sunlight In this city was the young daughter of Professor Slorse The next Inly taken was his daughter's liostmi fr.eml, and the pictures taken of these two are still in existence among the ch iicit curiosities ami treasures of Vas sar college 1 he llr-t mm in Xew York who made a regular business of takin' pictures or photographs was the instniment maker Prosch, whom I have already mentioned Prosch saw a big thing in It. and opened what he called a "daguerriug gillery" on the corner of Liberty street and Broad way His first sitter and customer was Professor West of the old Rutgers female institute, who was thus the very first nnn whoever paid to have his photograph taken all the other pictures up to this time bavin' been taken as an exiieriment, free But the professor paid for his pictures like a man, nnd from that time on the business of takin' pictures has flourished in New York It would make a pho tographer sick nowadays to think how Prosch hail to get his sunlight for this llrst pictuie He hid to hang a big mir ror nght outside his shop, ou Broadway, bo as to reflect the sunlight full on the professor's f ice X'ew York Mercury In terview A Mistake Corrected. First Sweet Child Oh! Isn't it lovelvl How I wish! could have some reil old lace, toil Second Sweet Child 'Mamma bought this yestertlav It's just common lace, like yours F s Whv. I thought it was the same kind tho-e Bonanri children wear. s -s No I Just tumbled down in the mini Tid Bits The Biltiinore'Ameriran calls attentioa lo a great dinger of woman suffrage viz thai i he womeu ma) want the men ti liet tnt m $i0 luiiuets against $0 bars u the resul' ljspMiim Slakes tlie lives of many people misera ble and often leads to self-destruction. We know of no remedy for dyspepsia more successful than Hood's Sarsaparilla. It acts gent!), yet surely and efficiently, tones the stomach and other organs, removes the faint feeling, create a good apjietite, cures headache, ami refreshen the burdened mind, tiive Hood's Sarsaparilla a fair trial. It will do you good. '1 he celebrated divorce tase of Valensm vs. Valinsin is to be reopened, at San Fran cisco, by order of the supreme court. This is the case in which Mr. Capel figured. Will Carleton, the farm billadist, says that no poet makes a good schoolmaster. -?o- MAIN AND IstSSSSaSSSSSMBSSSSSMBflBSaB. ' iNH Ft my SPECIAL flAVORlUfr1 '.If. Extracts tpmm tmsmyMcmU HAtURAL rRlUT : FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE ' repsrrtl with strlit rigsr t T r t srrrn th nl II 'I'ftlllier. II Prnrs t Ik - louder that ontlin n. Snyn i i. I tnr lam llr 1 rue . 1-xt raits at i I i it Jatur de irivu.ljr Wf BiKINO POWDFH ro In aqo and Si I qui s)aCSSSSSSSSBSSflBSSSSSflB9BMBSE LACONDA LACONICS. Interesting Hlitl Newsy Item, troio Spring lleltl'i. I Itely Snliiirli. 'Ihelidies' idsisiet) will give u sik I tl ami it e cream siipn-r, al tlie ptrsonige, this ( Tuesday i evening ll areinvitetl On Friday evening Rev Kolicrl (Jiiaiie will deliver his let turn on I ighls ami Shadows of Loudon Life. in the s Intra ti here. It is instruttivit and entertaining, tlie admission hemg only in. t hildren, ' '1 he gas well lias come to a stand still, the drill having stut k fast ou Moml ly mil broke tlie rope, causing them to hive to send to Indian t for some unt liuiery to get it nut 'I hey expei t lo be in running order soon again, ami imlitatioiisare excellent fur gas. On Sunday evening list was lu Id the last praise or children s meeting for this tonferenie year. 'I he lirst on tlie programme was a recitation hy denrge Crawford, subjett "Hie (treat I Am" recitation, "From Shore to "shore," Helle Funk; ret ltatnm. "The Kingdom of Heaven," las- Kerslmer essay, by Herman I Fowler, which was vtrv good In matter and arrangement, but a little too long The closing piece was a solo by Miss Minnie Taveiiner, "The Diy is Done" 1 hese childrens' meetings have always been well attended, ami verv interesting A number of so tgi are mingled with the recitations, and all combine to add new interest to the I serv ices ' Ctmrl Vlniters. Judge Havves came up from eiui tin-. morning to hold tourt for Judge White on ! some sjrts'ia! tases, but wnen he arrived I found business very dull. vU . no la-esainl no jury 'Hie jury hid been dist barged I and slit h a quit t airreigncd about the court house and s,-, py Hollow thtt.lil Igellawes soon found hiiiisell li.uk in the timet loan of Ills Isiy IiimkI. 4 ..lor llllliillirn. Tomorrow morning otllci lis of the Pan Handle railroad will arrive here to make an examination of the emplovesot that mid for color tilindneos. rver) emplovetif the riad isctiiiiivlletl at stated intervals to un dergo such an exammitioii. CREENE TOWNSHIP. i Cut i- xiii'tif is July ! (r ISradlev. of the tity, culled on Sirs C eigler last week C dram has among hi-rel cs a penny dated 1T0T The relatives and friends of John C Wheeler, wlins" remains 1 have been lying in Hie c tlzens' vault for some time al Fernclitf, buried him sah'iath morning, his wife having returned from Kansis. she will now utvUe her home lu theeity We leiru thit Joliii II Unions has eiuitrai ted for the In I ding of a Itrge bam, to lie Hi Ttet long tnd -ill feet wide with two stories Win u roinpl-ted it will be the largest in tlie town li p 1 he death of Mrs laicrt til Hall tnewite of Johns Hall, tss urre.1 on Fridav last, she having gone uiio the tell ir to get -.time things for dinner and on returning ihc cel lar door tell, striking her on the head, knocking her down in the t ellar Shecaine up ami with the rest of tlie family thought herself not lunch hurt, she lived for sev eral hours ami then qtiTetlv passr-d away, leaving a husband ami seven tlutdren to mourn her loss If she had lived till .Mon day she would have been 70 years old the tune allottetl to muikind. She was i member of the Slcthodist Episcopal church former fifty years. Kev Sir Haker. of the SI E. thurch, of Cedarville, preached her funeral sermon Stiuda) p. in. at I uiiir) . There are being held t-er pic nit s, in cer tain lot allties, which aie ver) displeasing to the people living near b) I Otstots entertained Charlie Kame, from near Lis bon. The sale of the heirs of J. I) Stewart, tomorrow at oue o'cloc k, ou tlie premises, of lots ou Chestnut avenue, and at same hour on Thursday of lots on corner of Xortli antl Water streets, affords an unusual opportunity of securing at a bagain im proved lots in-jr the center of the cit). (pen Tilt 1 iglit O'rlork. During the hot months we will keep our store ols-ii till eight o'clock in the evening to aissuiunodate jssiplt who have to tin their bii) iug after supier. Hesef tfull), St viihi- v A "si ttw in i:. I Change of IS u.liitsts. Sir. D. O. SI) ers has sold his business in pianos and organs, at No. it west Maui street to Hie Wilt ox A White Organ torn pan), of Slernleii, Conn, who will carry on tlie business on an enlarged scale at tlie old stand. Sir. John W. Hamilton has been apNiinted their manager ami this house will lie a distributing one for Central Ohio. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of pur rtty. strength and wholesomeneti. Slore eco nomical than theordiuarj kind, ana cannot be sold. In competition with the multitude of tow test, short weight, alum or phosphate Kwders bold only lo cans Hoval liiKise, wnaa Co .IDs Vi all street. Sew orK K INSTALMENT DEALERS will find just what they need A FutLLlNE OF. INSTALMENT GOODS sold out) Ci , s-e INSTALMENT I HADE, "J adilrolEg IjHTiXMk.ST UULHI' SlITLY Co. I-ne. 1. as jvsvai Blhsl. I liOTll ene. sirri I II 111 I U.rk Jl.Jin.. Li UVkf rtmJs.slis. ISk baasl. Tolhrot lasprm rmum UCDIIIIJ cutss rse Hitters, aocta. 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