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OtTY MATTERS'.
HOUSE AND PARSONS.
William Culberlion. ol London, who sus
tained broken leg, ribs and skull by falling
off an ice-shoot, to lying in a critical condi
tion. Amputation ot the limb is considered
necttaarj.
NEW
Poles for conducting the electric light ires
from the cotuiumy'a new building at the West
End are being erected aloof; Columbia and
North streets. The new engines are in the
building teady tor setting.
There were reports this morning ot the
death ol Miss Canney, the Harrieon street
young woman whose throat was cut by her
self or somebody else, but they were untrue.
She was hysterical Tuesday night and
thought to be dying, but that was all.
Courts are suspended and all county and
city offios closed to-day, as well as the banks,
New Year's being a legal holiday. Othtr
wise there is nothing out ot the uual course
of erents to mark tte anniversary except-
the torrent of first of January bills andM-"
meuts of accounts unloaded into-" P0
office. p"i
Sheriff-elect '. B.-'- "' ta l"'
te4 into office next od "
M in hi, re.Uon " G""""1"1 s,0'e
keeper at'"1" poinU Sentlem nw&
vy, now store-keeper at Ashley, will
vS-form the duties ot the position at loth
, - places, for the present, and is expected here
to-day to take charge.
LXTKRAH T XO TVS.
THE WINDSOR A light, net
lined Alaska of fine cloth for men,
to be worn over dress shoes.
ARGYLE LONDON TOE for men,
very neat and designed to be Worn
with narrow-toed shoes.
--itTTdTuiSFji nut ioiiFJ"o"v7i",t.ri-rui, lCu our d"Tr,od-
.crlbeaplanity hkh you can s..fcl, aiold -"'"- elt,,er' ,0"lt: Into our
store, select a pair of Alaska, Arellw Rubber-, Oiewno.or Rubber UooU
I from our Immense stock, slip vr our X ""P ,l,e ,rkc ol tbem ,u,
. . , l , ijf Mil perj the lum-incnts iua) be, jou ucetl not
our lianiN, ami no matterJ " ' ' ' '
t slip any more. ,i
NEW
NEW
iljER
MEN'S SNOW EJ
hll"c.K'l".V-Theel plate tend
fleece
! A
-lined,
IT
D
OWN!
THE BRUNSWICKA heavy
Fleeced-lined Alaska for men, pro
vided with a device for protecting
, the bottoms of the pants from mud
; rTHEZEPHYR---This isthe light
1 . Buhhpp manufactured, and
cornel in styles for both Ladies'
and Gents' wear.
CHAS. LUDLOW.
IV. -l-fon nee piaierano
Wr,S52SS!& hviest, warm-
st uversnoe maae.
SPORTING BOOTS A
LaCros
Within the past few tlajs we hat receiied seieral eutlrely new styles of
ltubbcr Goods; which are the lery latest out.
est
N'S
NEW
ip Boot ot nnest quality ot ngni
rubber.
ROUS
E&
PARSONS
S.
MARKET
ST.
THE QUEEN CROQUET A very
neat but plain Croquet Rubber,
with tine cloth top.
RUBBER BOOTS for men.women
and children, in all sizes and
weights and of the finest quality.
Jf& LOT HAND MIRRORS
LT .A- SACRIFICE.
6 inches Beveled Plate at $1.00.
5 3-4 " " at g0c.
5 " M " at 85c.
6 " Plain Mirror at 65c.
5 3-4 " " " at 50c.
5 " " " at 40c.
All Slme Elenant Sauara PlatB Mirrnra with Plain Frame
for Decoralions.
(HAS. LUDLOW, DRUGGIST
PIERCE CO.
SU N D AY S C H 0 0 L TE AC H E RS
The December issue of the Bay State
Monthly (31 Milk street, Boston), contains a
rice Bteel portrait and an interesting biography
of Mr. Danial Lothrop, the well-known pub
lisher of Wide-Awrke, the popular magazine
for young people, and a large number of other
periodicals and books. H also has fins Tien s
ot hU publishing bouse exterior and interior
and also a view ot Longfellow's "Wayside
Inn," at Concord, now owned by Mr. l.o
throp, and occupied by him is a residence.
Mr. Lothrop has a number of acquaintances
in Springfield, who sojourned with him
awhile, in the Hotel do la Couronne. in Paris,
in 1880.
Th Globc-Ripcblic is indebted to Capt,
George Hunt, Manchester; Mr. Henry Dob
son, Hull, and Mr. J. E. Liddinrd, ot Hast
ings, for late English papers.
Police Record for December.
The total number of arrests made by tbe
city police for the month of December, as
registered at headquarters, was 120, as fol
lows: Drunkenness, 34; disorderly, 13;
drunk and disorderly, 2; petit larceny, C;
L3NTI
5: abusine family, 2; resisting officer:
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HELPS ON THE INTERNATIONAL 3. s: LESSONS FOR 1885.
Peloubet's Select Notes and Vincent's Commentary are the J'est and )we have them both, r xcelsior Diaries are the
best and cheanest. We are the only store in town tnai ' """ ,i,u uu " 'a ' uumpieiB as regarus
sizes, bindings and prices.
,-
13 SOF1'11 MARKET STREET.
?BU
SHERIFFS SALE.
need be said, for they are all too well known I 7buaNT TO TIIE OOMMANDi OF N
.. !,.: ..Ann in iheir Bnec'aUl-" eItcu,,0 o( 8"'e 1'sued (rom the Court of
in this city as being as tine in ttieir specs; mt00n Pleas of Clut count). oUI..,,nd to ma
loitering, 2C; violating ten-o'clock ordinance, Mfjh.
h'Jt M.
cruelty .to animal, committing
jumping on moring train, usingjprets, one
guage, fast driving, obstructrr
each. jgfUmeXa lor the year
The total number a smaller number, by
18W was ory..rd, than for a number ol
more tha total in soma years being over
msand. Hard times, and other
conduce to this result.
e patrol wagon made a total of GO runs
and 68 arrests during December. Three runs
were for attendance in cases of accident, and
three lor removal of persons sick. One arrest
was of a lunatic Total number of miles
covered, 128.
yJW
Literary Kntertalnment at IjiE;ontn.
The Young People's Association gave an
entertainment, under the direction ot the
President, D. C. Lawrance, in the U. B.
church, last Tuesday evening.
Miss Lottie Wells began the exercises with
an instrumental piece entitled "Recollections
of Scotland," which was followed by a
prayer by the Rev. !:'. V. McCorkle. A reci
tation, by Mr. Morrow, and a song by the D
primary class, were next on the programme.
"Prayer from Moses in Egypt" was excellent
ly rendered by D. G. Lawrence, Mrs. Scott,
Miss Lizzie Reed, and Charles Bowers. Then
came a recitation, "Christmas times," by
Charley Groves. A song, "The Angel at tbe
Window," Bhowed a wonderful vocal power
on the part of Miss Alice Vose. An essay on
"Politeness and Plain Speaking," by Mi3S
Edith Jackson, was followed by a recita
tion, "The Closing of the Year,"
from Miss Es'her Crawford. During tbe
recitation of "A Drunkard's Child's Christ
mas," by Miss Effie Marshall, of Xenia, many
ot the audience were affected unto tears.
After a piano selection by Miss Lottie Zu
Tavern and a recitation from Grace Locke,
Mr. Charles Locke rendered "Not so Easy"
in a commendable manner. The duet by
Miss Cora Holden and Miss Flossie Scott was
by no means the least worthy part of the
evening's entertainment. Miss Carrie Xeal, in
her selection, "Xobody's Child," evinced
great elocutionary abilities. Miss Clara
Alexander read an essay upon "Jack Frost as
an Artist," and Miss Emma Knox, in a mirth
ful manner, recited "Only a Printer." A
tong by Mrs. Scott, Miss Lottie Well presid
ing at the piano, elicited the hearty applause
of the audience. "The Orphan Boy
Christmas" and "The Voice at the Throne,"
recited by Miss DavU and Miss Lawrence, re
spectively, were worthy of the highest praise.
An essay by Miss Annie Loher, and tbe reci
tation, "Heaven is My Home," by Miss Ida
Cnurch, were the next members upon the
programme. Miss Louisa Vose favored the
audience with some excellent music, and was
followed by Dr. Cole, who read "Santa Claus
at the Mines."
"Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming"
was rendered by the quartette already men
ioned, after which came the reading of the
'Polish Bov" by Esther Berger. After a
touching recitation, "The Last Hymn," by
Miss Josie Harrison, the entertainment closed
with the benediction, pronounced by Rev. S.
W. McCorkle.
Slack Bird and Orphan Boj of ltabjlon.
It any person ever doubted that there was
a lack of talent in this city, all such doubts
were dispelled last night at the performance
of tbe Black Birds at Black's Opera House.
A large audience greeted these gentlemen,
and they gave an entertainment which far
excelled many of the traveling minstrel
troups. There were so many really meritor
ious features that it is almost impossible to
ingle out any one for special mention. The
orchestra, composed of the Big Six Band and
both Opera House orchestras, was certainly
one of tbe finest ever heard from the stage in
this city, as was also the chorus, com
posed of tome of the very best voices in the
city. The end men, six in number,
-were "great," and kept the au
dience in the best of humor
during the performance of part first. All
hearts were beating in eager anticipation of
what was to come in the second part, under
the title of the "Orphan Boys of Babylon,"
and no one was disappointed. First came Mr.
John M. Potter in the champion bar act, who
at once proved to the audience that he was
master of the situation as a gymnast, his
backwaid "giant swing" receiving a hearty
score) Frank Brown clowned the bar for
tjf&lrotter in. a very happy manner. Of
danlr '-k.'2 5n th'"lr toni an(
. suu mw-j. u.ii "i... K.X.. i
- . " . y"f .
ties as some of tbe professionals, and theyr.
tained their well-earned reputation lajf;,, hi,
receiving storms of applauseThg"ce at Qnce
"tlow but sure" caught therejjjvmg wen
by his magnificent taptonclusion of every
merited applause goon k, tave the road,
act. Mr. lUUpn H Vivisector is a suc
"Dr." lUH'CJeorge Washington Driscol is
cess, (round on one leg to-day it is no fault
"Doctor's." The soloists of the evning,
Messrs. Joe Sharp, Will Putnam, and Frank
Prothero, sang beautilully, and were each
complimented by hearty encons. As for A. J.
McBlair, the interlocutor, no one would bave
imagined that he was not a 'profesh." In
concluding this notice tbe managers of the
G. A. R. entertainment desire the Globe-Re-bl'blic
to tender their thanks to each and
everyone who lent an agisting hand toward
the success ot the entertainment.
THE L.1LT li LOOMS.
directed and delivered, I will oner for Mle at pub
lic auction, at me south door of the Court Iluue
of aaid county, on
baturdajr, Jnnuarr 31, A. I. 1S85, ?T"
at ene o'clock p. tu., tha following described mort
gaged premises, to-wit:
situated in the city of Springfield, the couuty of
Clark, an 1 Stale of Ohio, and bouudel and de
scribed as folio: Beginning at the nnrthwel
coraerof lot nuuibereleTcn (ll)ln F - l'enfield's
addition to aaid city; running lhenceaston and
with the south lineof an alle I7tfeet toa ten
foot alley: thenct south with tald trn-fout alley
to the south line of said lot, thenre wt-ston a line
parallel with tbe first named line to heidon
street: thence with said heidon street to the
place of beginning.
baid above described premises appraised at fif
teen hundred (f l,5oi.)
baid premises to be sold b order of the Court of
Common I'leas of Clark county, Ohi. in cae No
7515, wherein b. H. and J. II. stiles are plaintiffs
against l'annie J. Wait ct al., defendants
Terms of Sale-Cash.
JAMES FOLEY,
iherlfl of Clark Countv, Ohio
IUoav A HAoaN, Attorneys
BANK STATEMENTS.
Elegant lteceaition by Champion City 1)1-
llun, U. It., K. or 1" The Knights Sur.
prised and the Lad! Keep a secret.
The first assembly and lull dress soiree by
the new Champion City Division No. 44,
Uniformed Rank, Kniijhts of Pyihias, in the
hall of Nelson's commercial college, Arcade
building, last night, was the most momen
tous social event of the season, in all essen
tials, and is an earnest of that which may be
expected on similar occasions in the future,
under the same aupices. The progress of the
corps, which number some ol the best young
men ot the city has been almost phenomenal,
and its future is of the brightest. The Grand
Match was at nine o'clock, to the inspiring
measures ol Worthington's orchestra, and
with an attendance of from 200 to 260 ladies
and gentlemen, the former in handsome
evening costume! and many of the latter in
the brilliant uniform of the Knights. Rep
resentatives were present from Division Six,
this city, and divisions at Dayton and Lon
don, lhere were twenty-four dances on the
programme, the last ol which was reached at
three o'clock in tbe morning. Following the
Grand March wa3 a quadrille, at the con
clusion of which the principal and most
interestiLg episode ot the evening occurred.
Sir Knight Commander W. L. Lafferty
was manicuvid into a prominent position in
the ball and brought face to :ace with O. B.
Trout, Esq., who proceeded first to discharge
a speech at bun and then to place in his
hands, as repretentative ot Xo. 44, a banner
of heavy crimson tilk, the gi't of lady friends"
of the Division. Al'hough like every mem
ber of the corps, taken entirely by surprise,
Commander Latlertv soon recovered suffi
ciently to make a proper response in ac
knowledgement. As stated the affair was
a complete surprise, prepared by a committee
of ladies prominent among whom were Mrs.
Lafferty, Mrs. Colonel Fellowes, Mrs. Bur
nett and Mrs. Will. Wagner. The ban
ner is the most beautiful that could
be procured at a tost of
$125 from Pettibone, Cincinnati, and bears
tbe inscription: "Champion City Division,
Xo. 44, U. RM K. of P., Springfield, Ohio,"
the letters being in silk embroidery. In the
center is the lily, sjmbol of the order, worked
by band in white silk. The banner is fringed
in heavy tilter bullion and has silver cord
and pendants.
The next episode was the presentation to
Col. Fellonesofa badge offered by Sir Knight
A. L. Gutheil for the Pythian selling the
largest number of tickets to the assembly.
The Colonel sold 35. During the
evening a little niece of Colonel and Mrs.
Fellowes, Misj Eva Hook, of Memphis, en
tertained the company with a number of
lancy dances, which were, received with im
mense applause.
Supper was spread in good style and with
liberal provision by Rockfield, of the Arcade
hotel, completing tbe pleasant features ol one
of the most agreeable entertainments ever at
tended in Springfield.
One thousand laborers at various points
North, were induced to go to Memphis by a
scamp named Leonard, on the false pretense
he was a contractor and would give them
woik there. Among the number were sev
eral from Springfield, who became stranded
in Cincinnati on there return trip, after discov
ering the fraud, penniless and helpless.
They tell a tough story ot their wrongs and
sufferings. It is intimated that Leonard
worked matters so as to receive a commission
from the railroad company on the fares paid
by the unfortunate workingmen to Mem
phis, which was his object from the start.
Burglars entered the residence of G. W.
Jones, agent of the Pittsburg, Cincinnati and
St. Louis railroad at South Charleston, Tues
day night, and were not beard by any ot the
occupants. Afier having made a complete
survey of the premises and secured nothing
of great value, they robbed the venerable rail
roader of all the provisions about jtbe house!
not le&rinz even a beefsteak for bteakfasL
KEPOKT O THE COMHTIO.V
Of the Mad lliver National Hauk.atSpring
fiefd. in the Stale of Ohio, at the clo.c of bu.inc.,
December SO, ISM.
IJEbOURCES
Loans and dioouuU . t(M,r' 54
Overdrafts 3,31-6 17
U S Bonds to secure circulation 300,000 no
Other Stocks-bondXand tuortKues 36.0"VJ 'V
Due from approved reserve agent -3.2n -is
Due from o'her National lUofciWMMM 4tAtr w
Pu from fctate Rinls and banker- 3,7t4 2
Real estate furniture and Bitures 2,3) tw
Current expenses and taxes paid-. ,to 2fi
Checks and other cash itemj..... '.' S. 14
Bills of other banks . 11,371; 01
Fractional (taper currency, nickels and
nennies . 73J OT
Specie -7,ll2r5
iJegal tender notes . 3 ,(KI 00
Redemption fund with U S Treasurer
5 percent of irculation lS.SW to
Total
..J'J15,I56 15
LIABILITltS
Capital stock paid in fVO.O'O i
Surplus fund C0,l) ltf
Undivided profits 51,021 to
National Bank notes outstanding .... '.(i5,SOO 0
Individual deioits subt to
chock . 2KVO0 31
Demand certificate' of d('K.sit..... . 42,tM 01
Due to other National Banks 12C3-.t
Due to atate Banks and hankers . 545.907
f'J 15,1.50 15
I. Thos 1'
Hebrew, Chiei of the above-named banc, do
Total.
State of Ohio. Count) of Clark, ss
solemnly swear that thoabovo statement is true
to tne oestoi my Knowledge ana oeitei
Tuos. F. McCiukw, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31t
day of December, 18S4.
J. F Mrtigt.u,KoUr) Fublic
Correct, Attent: Jwi. 6 lnwot,
("MAS 11 BiOOV,
Jmok surz.
Director-.
KEI'OKV OF THE CONDITION
Of the bprlugtleld Rational IlmiK, at Spriuj:
rield, in the btate of Ohio, at the cloe of biiues,
December :.", 1W4
REbOUKCLS.
Loans and discounts .
Overdrafts . ......
U. S Bonds to secure circulation
Due from approved reserve a..nts....
Due from other National Ranks
Due from Mate banks and bankers
Real estate, furniture and fixtures
Current expen-s and taxes paid
l'remiums paid.
Checks and othercash items
Hills of other banks.
Fractional paper currency, nickels and
pennies..... . . -
loval tender notes
Redemption fund with U S. Treasurer,
a per ceut of cir:ulaiion
COAL.
PIMLOTT I COAL
OF ALL KINDS.
IRON WORK.
JutaJa J -
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop.
Kepalrs on all kinds of Jlnclilnery done nu rhort mil ice. Special attention
jriit'ii to repairs on Stationary und Farm Engine?, JHI Work, Gearing, Mialtiug,
H.uiircrs PullcTs and Experimental .Vachhierj of ail descriptions, lllackriniith
in?, etc. u rk promptly attended to, priced rtvt-onoble, and sailcfaitlon jnia
nntVed. Ofllcc and YVorkn, 66 and US East Washlugttn Street, Springfield, Oeio.
Telephone 'o. 340.
FIUE FRUITS
T. M. GUGENHEIM.
OLMAN.
Velvet Brocade, Lynx Trimming,
Satin
Lined,
TALT7E $150.00
Will be Sold To-Morrow
FOR $75.00
jp Q-TJCB-EIsrHIEIlVC'S.
VAIT FOR THE ORIGINAL AND (NLY 5 AND
ir- tin.
Peaches. Pears. Piumbc. Cherries. Apricots. Blackberries:
Raspberries, Strawberries, Etc. p m y m n
DRIED IFIR.TJITSOLAGlXDlltUo
!N SUfbKlUK DUALITY.
CHAS. A. WOOD, 28 S. Market St
SU9,1W 91
18
100,001 00
, IC,S. 07
4.CM 03
1,351 VI
12,675 40
. 2,2 C-J
3,173 ll
Ml ..
?,lr0 00
CIO 17
2,210 35
C,b7o 00
4,503 On
Total .. .. -. $277,lo.- J2
LIABILITIE-j
Capital tockpaIdin ... . S100,'i0 (W
Surplus fund . 11,00 00
Undivided pruflt - 1.217 07
National bauk notea outaUnding 'm.ooo oo
Individual deposit tubjecl
to check S M.W
Demand certificate: ot de-
Pteit 4.1J7 33 S.I73 75
Due to state banks aud bankers lot) 50
Notes and bills rc-dl-iountcJ ..... I2,lCi oo
Total S.'71,155 3
Stats of Oblo, County uf Claik,.-s.:
I, K S. Penfield, Cashier of tlie above-named
bank, do solemnly svesr Uit tbeaboe statemiiit
is true U the best of my know ledge aud belief. (
F. rHhLi, CasUitr
SubscribtJ audaaorntnbtfore me thi.Slstday
of December, 15SI
B. CCtiNKKNotarj Public
CoRBbcr -Attest: 1". I". iasT,
f baoLK,
Jo. l'oo,
Dlrettors
ItEl'OltT Ol" THE CONDITION
Of tbe Lngoflit National Ualik, at Spriiuneld,
in the Mate of uhio, at the cluseuf butinesn, De
cember 20, ISsI
KESOUKCE-S.
Loans and discounts ...... !M,b3 .15
Overdrafts 1,9; 7o
O. b Bonds to secure circulation. SH.ono 00
U. b. Honda on hind 3,100 00
Other stocks, bouds and mongers 12,000 00
Due from approved reserve agents i,31il Is
Due from other Ivational Banks 3,Gol .0
Due from btte banks and bankers 4,ft: 13
Keal csUte, furniture and natures Jb.OOO 00
Current expenses and taxes paid 354 7J
Premiums paid. -. 3,713 11
Checks and other cash item. 4,7)6 u
Bills of othrr banks.. -ISl 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels and
pcnnieaH.mM... 410 &6
Specie. - - 2,017 H5
Legal tender notes.. tS.G.'O OO
Kedemnlion fund with U b. Treasurer,
5 per cent of circulation 4,1S5 00
KKrOKT Ol- THE CONDITION
Of the I'lmt NHtlonal Kauk.of bprincfield.at
prugfield, in the Mate of Oblo, at tbe close of
buslns, Dtcimber20, 1881.
BEsOURCtS.
Loins and discounts J7il,Oir2 62
Overdrafts S3 53
V.& ionds toecue circulation, four
jr cents . , 4UO,O0o OO
L.b. Bonds on hand, four per centa 2,100 00
Oi lit r Btocks, tiontls aud mortgages . 124.)1 50
Due from approved retre agentsM. 153,929 31
Iiue from other Natunal lfuLsn.Hm. 11.657 77
Due from Mate Ilinks aud bankers 3,119 43
Ileal estate, futuiturv, andhxlure. 13,000 W)
Currtut extciie. and taxes paid ... 2,S23 9a
Checks aud other cash items .... 7,158 01
Hill, of other bank. . .. e.500 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and jienniea ......... .... -400 10
S-iec:e. . . I5.4SO lJ
Legal tenitrr notes 35,000 00
Hedimptiou Fund wilh U b. Treas
urer, (5 t ceut of circulation,) 18,000 00
Total . . 11,318,931 XO
LIABILITIES.
(apital'toekpaid ill 1400,000 10
'-U'plus fund 100,000 00
Undltided profits. .. 110,724 21
National Binknwsout-taudlng 360,000 00
Individual dlKits subject to
check ... 44C,C22 48
Demand certificates of de-
it 87,554 24 531,176 72
Due to other Natiou.il Banks. 12.507 23
Due to Mate Banks aud bankeia .... 1,543 14
Total SI,5I8,951 SO
btste of Ohio, County of Clark, ss. I, C A.
Phelfs. Cashier of the above-named bank, do sol
emnl) awiar that the above statement is true to
the let of my knowU-dge and bilief.
C A. PiikLra. Cashier,
ul'.crilied and sworn to before metlils thlrty
urt day of December, 1884
HoiikkTC KolxiiKa, Notary IMblic.
CIKKHT, ATTKKT: KOvsMlTtlltLL,
Wv. liODOkR..,
N. F bTONE,
Directors.
Total
JW,976 70
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in. . flOO.OM 00
burplusfund .. 2V,0u() 00
Undivided profits 2.&3S 09
National Bank notes outstanding 83,700 00
Individual deposits subject
to die -k 5154.219 1G
Demand certificates of de
posit 21,433 52 173,702 CS
Due to other National banks .. 5,410 b8
Due to btate banks and banker. ..... 3,307 05
Notes and bills re-discounted. 5,000 00
Total 5395,970 70
btate of Ohio, County of Clark, ss .
1, D. P. Jefienes, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
is true to tbe best of my knowledge and lielief
L). P. Ju'ltRiES Cashier
Subserved and aaorn to before me this 31st da
of December, 1884.
WlLlitR Cklvis, Notary Public.
Cokkect Attest : John Howell,
Auaziau Wingek,
J. W'iBKLN KtlFEK,
Directors.
UIII'ORT OF THE CONDITION ,'
Of tlie siromt National Itauk.at bpr.ngbeld,
in the btateof Ohio, at the close of business, Ie
cmber 20, 18SI
KEjOUBCEb
Ixians and discounts 5364,823 92
Overdralt . . . 474 94
U - bond to secure circulation..-.-. 160,000 00
Due from approved reserve agents.. 77.474 63
Due from other National Hanks - 2,493 30
Due from State hanks and bankers 1,299 83
Current exren.es and taxes paid 1,093 30
( h cks at d other cash items . . .1,703 19
Kill, of other banks . 9,073 OO
Fractional paper currency, nickels aud
pennies .... 128 93
'j.ecio .- ,"5 55
Legal tender note. . . . 20,000 00
llede-nptiou fuud with U b. Treasurer,
5 per cent of circulation . 7,200 00
Total .. . $651,525 59
LIABILITIES
Capital stock t aid In . - . $2iO,OoO 00
burelus fund - 83,000 00
Undivided profits 7.578 55
National Bauk not'soutstandiug 144,000 CO
Individual dcpo.!ts subject
to check 5174,781 60
Demand certificates of de
posit . 14,465 67 189,247 27
Due toother National Hanks 1,895 25
Due to btste banks and bankers. .,. 54 07
Notes aud bills re-dls-oun'ed . 26,750 45
W0LLST0X, WILDER & (X,
Tin West End Coal and Lumber Dealers. St
Cross Creek Lehigh Anthratte
And all kinds of soft I
COAL I
410 WEST MAIN STRET
C. F. COST.
II3NTEI
Who will Positively Appear in all their Overshaowing Vastnes
fRIDAY, JANUARY 53, 1885,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CITY POOR.
S-H-aJCSTXJ OIE3Il.A. EOUSE5.
DRUGS ETC. I
HOLIDAY G09DS!
F,
OT
AND
CARAMELS!
FRESH AND PUIE.
O F. OCST.
3d South limestone Strea.
AMUSEMENTS.
GJtATS'I OPEUA IPUMIS
Mnliuee anil Kvennifr. Salrtlcy,
dniiiiary 3, 1KK4.
Tie Monopolists of Fuf
TONY DENDR'S
Greatest SucceM,?
imim
Tutal - - . ... .SC54,525 59
state o( Oino, County ol Clark, fs :
I, J O lleuallack. Cashier of ih abo.e-nnifil
b nlv, do rKtleniuly swear tliU the above sUtement
in true to the ben of my knowledge and belief.
J G. ItKNtLLACk, Cashier
Sub'.cribtd and &wor'i to before me this 31t day
of Dfceuiber, I&34
Ciii-. I. Ha.LE(Kotary Tnblic.
Corrlct Attest Amos Wihtliey,
Willi tacFooa,
O. s. Kllli ,
Dlrctori.
Introducing America's Germ Clown.
Tine Onlj Ravel,
I'eerlesa Toncoetorcf Couiedjtogether ultlt
Tony Denier's Meteoric (Jaav of fetellar
bpecialtiei. New mele-4niatlc last
act, II. D in the Wild t, among
Indians and ButTaButl
At Fricesof theTinies-50,bnd25c Reserved
teats, 5oc, at Carter's. v
pABINO 11IN3C
Announcement Kxkordinjry !
JANUARY 1st hi 2d, 1SS5,
'
KVCACtEUKZOir
PROF.W.HJHIVERS.
1 '
Chnmiloii at KUKlaland Gertnuuy.
The Finest Exponei of the Art of
Fancj Roller SWat in the World.
Masquerade onFriday Even
ing, Janiry 2d?
MAKIXJ A D0U1E ATTRACTION.
BOTTLES, TOILET BOXES,
CELLULOID SETS,
ODOR CAES,
ETC., Et,
MIRRORS,
SLQ AT !D PEH CENT. LESS THilll HERETOFORE.
Call and See Our Asiortmei
L
i
D. BAHHATJS C CO.,
No. 23 Enat Mnln Htroet.
LINIMENT
I
ILEN'S GENOiif ORIGINAL NERVE and BE U&n
KaiSH3isoP2i"-!fe
U i
Fmr tsM an . Ji e mile C
m-korrr.. lutrodutn 1 by ;ro."I... .
loa Allen. A painksureamli-r ,
forKbeumatUm,JeJin.oJpTe- '
Cramps In th Mo., fcpralns, k.
Scalds, Cats. Braisealllse. and xV ot- .
bodilT aches and i- Th t-t rented
tnon for all tbeoiraersof borsm.i.rti a
!hoali'er ttralna, 0ed Heels. :rratcl-
Chafes or Oalla. Sp"'- Wo I" the tj ,
JorLs.eta Bew'l"'''os.
CXUm sX.X.XHT, Jr.
OOct, Vt. ! West Street. Cmciiaatl, 01u
BF For aal ail dmffjiata. "Wl
CLOTHING.
NATIONL BANK.
COAL.
Youghiougheny Coal at J.
lllrick Bros., 141 South
Limestone.
H.
Asa, P. PoxritiJ
J. W. Work, Caab.
Browning, King& Col f
GOLUEN EAGLE CL0THTG STORE, I
76md 78 West Fourth StJXncinnati, ltf
urgesi nninaciurers oi uiong "i me won
We dealadusively in goods of our owrsmufacture and retail
Meifs -BoysClothi
ir WHOLESAIi PRICES.
Our stock, njj is foz largest in the staembraces even- quality
i&e lowest priced reliable pies to the best.
Equab Finest CuftomTailori
i
MAVERIGK MTIONAL BUI,
Boston, Mag.
Capital, " - - $400,000
Surplus, - - $400,000
Accounts of Biks, Bankers and Mercan
tile firms receivt and any business con.
nected with baoh( tclicited,
London corrodent, City Bank. -Urn- I We will sjl I00d$ C O. D., vnth paB,. 0f examining before
. ? ..,. . Ie.-J r. fki 3 .. Cw cL -.
Send for ad -j instnictions for sc6ic&urciuct.
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