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GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20 188b
Oflii-rr Charley Hass is able to tie out
again after a few dajs' illness.
Mr. Charles Driscol has returned from a
trip to Kentucky. Ah there, Charley!
Miss Bertha Whitacre and Mr. Lew Hess,
of Troy, spent Sunday with Miss CartwriRht,
of South Yellow Springs street.
There are still a Jew good seats left for the
charity conc-ert Thursday evening, but they
are going tast. Now is your only chance;
secure tbem while you can.
Miss Xichols, daughter ot Chief ot Police
Nichols, of Xenia, visited Mrs. J. H. Korts, of
North Yellow Springs street, la3t evening
returning home this morning.
"To be or not to be! That's the question!"
Whether it's better to stay at home and
smoke five 10c cigars or attend the Charity
Concert at Black's, Thursday evening.
The State board ot school examiners yes
terday granted W. H. McFarland, ol the
Yellow Springs public schools, a ten year's
State certificate. Ten life certificates were
A colored man bearing the same name as
that of the Father of Oar Country was run
in last night by Insiector Boyd and Record,
on the charges ol drunkenness and disor
The towel w ith which Doctor Maxwell,
the murderer-suicide, wiped himself out ol
existence in the county jail, has been added
to the collection ot criminal curiosities on ex
hibition in a glass case in the sheriff office.
The collection is growing rapidly in extent
Mr. Brandom's singing is conceded by alj
critics to be of the highest order. Every
citiren of Springfield 6liould improve this op
portunity, and procure seats at once. She
sings at th Charity Concert at Black's
Quite a revival is now ia progress at the
Second Bap'st Church, Rev. Wilton R.
Boone, pastor. Meetings are well attended
each evening, and some ten or twelve per
sons have requested the prayers of the church.
A man named Feterson, who has been
working here assisting to clean Jout privy
Taults, has received word that his wife falls
heir to a $10,000 share in rich tin mines on
her father's place in Virginia. Peterson left
to-day to attend to the cliim.
The ice cutters got to work again yesterday
afternoon, and large gangs are engaged cut
ting, hauling and packing six and seven inch
blocks, solid as marble, with a prospect that
a full snpply will be housed before this cold
snap breaks. Ice makes about an inch per
night such weather as this.
Officer Condron arrested that same Franc's
Kinney, drunk again, and patrol-wagoned
him to the station house yesterday. The
wagon was called to the East End about the
same time to ran a cow out of a woman's
lot. Ellsworth Mason enjoyed free transpor
tation in the blue-and-buff beauty, for dis
orderly and three loiterers followed him.
A Jury was made up in Common Pleas
court this morning and hearing of the
case of H. H. Trugh against L. Bwarth, for
commission in a real estate transaction, pro
ceeded. Nothing further was done in court
this forenoon. A few more witnesses were
examined before the Grand Jury, but there
is no special bustle or excitement in the
northwest corner, up 6tairs.
The expenses of the charity concert Thurs
day evening at Black's have been reduced to
almost nothing. The opera house has been
xnagnimouslj donated by Manager Waldman.
The foreign soloists come for almost nothing
and expenses, by an arrangement whereby
Mrs. B. F. Brandom eings with them the
next night at Urbana. Mrs. Brandom re
ceives nothing for her double service.
A day or two ago Mr. Win. D. Mrad, of
near Catawba, Clark county, visited Drbana
on business, leaving bis bouse in charge of a
young man named Luther Jones. When Mr.
Mead returned home in the afternoon he
found that Jones had gone and taken with
him Mead's silverware, family Bible, some
clothing, and several other valuable and use
ful articles, and has beard nothing of him
since. Jones is about eighteen or nineteen
years ot age, and heavy-set.
Something over one hundred pieces of
property were disposed of at the delinquent
tax sale held by the county auditor and
treasurer in the court-house this morning,
about equally divided between city and coun
try property. The attendance of buyers was
rather less than usual and the sale was rerv
quiet and dull, there being no competition
One or two parties took in about $700 worth
each. The property is held two years for
redemption by the owner before a tax title is
A lot of Fountain Garden habitues got into
a muss late last night over attention bestowed
upon a Bellefontaine grain dealer by some of
the female patrons of the place, and adjourned
to the pavement outside to fight it out. Offi
cer Mast happened along as it was waxing
hot, and attempted to part the knockers, but
they were too many, and he arrested Ed,
Fickis and Cal. Nichols, who were pitted
against each other. One of the women bailed
Fickis out of the station house, and the
Bellefontaine man would have done the same
for the woman, but couldn't find money
enough about his clothes to meet the draft on
his cash account.
City Council holds the regular meeting to
night. It was expected Mayor Constantine
would have the special "cleaning up" ordi
nance ready for presentation, but as he is in
Washington shaping the policy of the incom
ing administration and engaging quarters for
the inauguration, it is highly improbable that
he will be heard from at the meeting to-night.
The Sewer Committee may be depended upon
to contain with something regarding Mina
han's little ditch, although they didn't go
"through by daylight"' yesterday. The near
est to that the committee came was a prome
nade above ground taken on the premises by
Committeemau Lessner, who is able to state
that, from surface indications, the sewer is
there. Then the reading of the new, revised
rules for the police force will enthuse the
city dads and set the lobby sonorously snor
Something Entirely New!
The wonderful popularity ot the English Waukenphast for men, which wo introdiued in tins city something over n year ago, suggested that a Fine Waukeuplmst for Ladies, Misses
and Children would meet with equal it not greater approval; po we gave an order for their manufacture, and have just received the first lot. They more than come up to our expecta
tions in point of beauty and finish, and are as easy on the foot as an old shoe. Too much cannot be said in tluir praise. They more equally combine comfort and style than any other
shoe manufactured. They are not even surpassed in excellence by
Of the entertainment to be given by the
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE WOMEN'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
Our stock of Arctics, Alaskas and Rubber Boon and Shoes is all of the finest quality. It Is of the utmost importance to the purchaser that he should avoid buying second and third
grade rubbers, as these grades have lecn burned in manufacture and will not wear.
ROUSE & PARSONS, 26 S. MARKET ST.
LARGEST STOCK, GREATEST VARIETY AND NEWEST
Handsome Patterns in New Shades of Glassware.
T. J. MONAHAN, II SOUTH MARKET STREET.
Four Score Year Old and Surprised.
A pleasant and noteworthy occurence was
the celebration, last Thursday, January 1 5,
at Gordoniville, of the eightieth birthday an
niversary of Wm. Gordon, senior, at which
time seventy-five of bis relatives and neigh
bors surprised him at hi3 residence. The old
gentleman was indnced to go out about eleven
o'clock and show a neighbor where to cut
some timber. On returning, Mr. Gordon re
marked "there are lots of folks here," recog
nizing Col. Peter SinU and others, and at
that moment the truth flashed upon him.
After shaking bands all around the front door
was opened and a large, new reclining chair,
upholstered with hair cloth, was brought in
and presented to the hero of the hour, with an
appropriate address by one of the gentle
men present, alluding to the fact
that of seven sons the four oldest seived
their country faithfully in the late war, one
entering the army never to return again. The
remaining six sons and one daughter are now
living in Clark county. The second daugh
ter lives at Tippecanoe, Miami county.
After a social chat of half an hour more the
doors were thrown open to an adjoining
room, where were spread two large tables
laden with that which satisfies the inner
man ; also many delicacies, such as only the
good mothers and daughters of the town
know how to prepare, to which ample jus
tice was done by all who had the pleasure ol
partaking. Among the older persons present
were the following; Grandfather Gordon,
age SO; Grandmother Gordon, CC; Christian
Grisso, 74; Peter Sintz, 70; Mis. Donovan,
08; Sylvanus Holler, C5; Henry Littrcll, C4;
Mrs.Xittrell, G4; Levi Roller, 58; Mrs. Syl
vanus Boiler, 52; Israel Franlz, 51; Henry
Gordon, 50; Mr. D. O. Frantz, 50; Mrs. D.
O. Frantz, 50. The remainder of the company
ranged from 49 down to six months. Grand
father Gordon has ei,jht children now living,
and twenty-seven grandchildren.
Fatal Shooting of Officer Sol. Harner, ot
A special from Xenia, Monday night, says:
"Officer Sol. Harner was shot and dangerous
ly wounded to-night. He was engaged in
patrol duty in the eastern part of the city,
and when approaching a crowd of colored
men, one of them drew a revolver and fired
at him. The ball took effect in his ttomacb,
and it is feared the wound may prove fatal.
It is impossible to tell who did the shooting.
Harner was not liked by the roughs, as he
has been instrumental in bringing many of
them to justice. The wounded officer is
quite well known in this part of the State as
a detective, and was Tery successful in work
ing up cases. Every effort will be made to
find the assassin." Officer Harner was for
several years City Marshal of Xenia, and was
very well-known in this city, where he has
often visited, on business, especially to the
members of the police force, by all of whom
he was well-liked and regarded as a faithful,
efficient officer, and good detective. It is
hoped here he will recover from his wound
and that the assassin will be captured.
The box-sheet at Pierce's shows a large re-i-rve
for the Cbarit" rncr be given by
the raw -Uued soprano, Mrs. R. F. Bran
dom, assisted by Koester, the eminent violin
ist; Kortbener, the talented pianist; Mrs.
Latimer, the finished elocutionist, and the
popular Big Six Band, at Black's Opera
House next Thursday evening. The enter
tainment will be not only a worthy one ar.
tistically but for a worthy object as well.
In Mayor's Court yesterday, Mrs. Schuster,
charged with disorderly conduct, was dis
charged. Her bar-tenner, Constantine Xatz,
was fined $1 and costs.
Chief Scbuchman received a telegram this
morning, dated Maud's, signed by Mrs. H. C.
Babcock, of Delton, Ga., stating that she had
lost a gold bracelet while on the way to the
depot, somewhere between No. 259 South
Market street and the Arcade. The finder
will please return same to Chief Schucbuian
at police headquarters.
Ex-sheriff James Fo'ey will conduct the
auction sale of seats for the Five and Forty
Blackbird concert, at the Grand Opera House
to-morrow morning at ten o'clock and the
capitalist who wants first choice must expect
to bid up on it. After the auction sale is
concluded the box sheet will ke openat
Carter's cigar store for regular reserves. The
sale to-morrow will be a show by itself.
HAND - MADE BOOTS
There was no meeting of the Jefferson
Club last night owing to the failnre of a
quorum. The club has now secured perma
nent headquarters in the Buckingham Build
ing. This includes the room occupied during
tne campaign and also the room adjoining it
on the west. Double doors .r an archway
will le placed letween the two rooms and
the front room will be furnished in fine stvle.
'there have been but one or two arrivals of
delegates to the lumber dealeis' convention
which meets here to-morrow, at trn o'clock,
in G. A. R. hall. The bulk of ihe members
will come iu to-nieht and on early morning
trains. The local managers are in session at
the Arcade tLis afternoon, making up a pro
gramme. The banquet will be at the Arcade
hotel to-morrow evening.
Word was received at police headquarters
at 2 o'clock this afternoon that another
racket was in progress at Francis Kinneys.
A couple of officers went down, but the re
sult of their labor is unknown.
Mr. D. C. I utnam requests all persons who
have sold tickets for the G. A. R. entertain
ments to report to the officers of the G. A.
R. All bills are also to be presented to said
officers by Thuisday night.
Fire on American Steamer.
London, January 20. A fire on the steamer
Acuta, Galveston, lor Bremen, which arrived
off Dover January 15th, had been extin
guished. PR EFERREO LOCALS-.
A few intelligent persons of either sex can
find employment at Willis's College of Short
HaLd, Johnson Block. Must be good readers,
who can read for classes taking dictation.
The well-known barber. Bishop Henderson,
whose shop was destroyed by fire last Sun
day n'ght, has opeued a new shop on Yellow
Springs streets, near High, in th' room
known as the voting place ot Precinct A,
Filth ward, where he will be pleased to serve
Lision's Extract of Beef,
2 oz pots 40c.
4 oz pots 70c.
8 oz pots $1.00.
1C oz pots $1.90.
This is superior to any eilract made, the
price is lower, satisfaction guaranteed.
Giand Kxcnrakon to New Orleans and
The popular Bee Line C, C, C. 4: I. R'y
will run a special excursion to the Exposition
at New Orleans on Monday, Jan. 20, under
the management of D. Jay Collver, the Pas
senger Agent ho is located at Cleveland
All passengers will go through in elegant
relining parlor choir sleeping cars (without
The train will leave Springfield at
5:45 p. m. on the above date, and
go through, via the Queen and Crescent
route, arriving at New Orleans at 7 a.m.
Wednesday, 28th. Fare for the rouud trip
from Springfield will be $20.40, with a re
served seat in the cluir car round trip only
$2.00. Mr. Collver will go through with the
party, and has perfected an arrangement for
meals en route for 50 cents each ; regular
price 75c. to $1.00. He will also secure
rooms in advance by telegraph at a cost at
not more than $1.00 per person. Regular
price for rooms from $3 00 and upwards. An
arrangement has also been made for meals
while in New Orleans at $1.25 per day.
The looms arranged for by Mr. Coll
ver will all be in the heart of the
city and near each other. The chair cars
will remain in New Orleans until a majority
oi the party is ready to return. These tickets
will all be good returning for 15 days, and a
longer time can be secured at a small addi
tional expense. Mr. Collver, who is thor
oughly acquainted in New Orleans, will ar
range daily excursion parties to the different
points of interest in and about the city at
special reduced rates. This i a part of the
business that he is thoroughly conversant
with, as he has taken excursion parties to
Colorado every summer for several years.
The great advantage of joining this party
will be the special reduced rates for meals
enroute, for meals and rooms while in New
Orleans, and a saving of $10 per passenger,
by taking the chair car instead of regular
sleeping cars. As these chairs are all num
bered every one will be sure of a good com
fortable seat, while many prefer these reclin
tng chairs to a regular sleeper. Every one
ihinking of taking the trip should secure
their ticket early as chairs are reserved 03 fast
as tickets are sold. For full information,
maps, time tables, etc., call at the Bee Line
Arcade Depot, Springfield, O.
G. H. Knight, Tkt. Agt.
A. J. Smith, G. P. A., Springfield.
A Full Line in
J.. J. HLTCIKErStr,
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop.
Repairs on all kinds of .Machinery dour on eliort notice. Special attention
given to repairs on Stationary and Farm Engines, Mill Work, Gearing, Mialtlng,
Hangers, rtillejs and Experimental Jiaeliinery of all descriptions, lllacksmith
ing, etc. W ork promptly attended to, prices reifonable.and satisfaction guar
anteed. OBlce and Works, c and 08 East Washington Street, Springfield, Oeio.
Telephone Xo. 34G.
Tlnvi am iiirlr nrailin? no matter
Wui..t AnnllauM, ti
L yon it cota 700 nothing to trr it.
1 CalarrK, Lame Bark, Aawe, DAHily. and many other d lieaaea. Remem- J
l berwe do not ukyon to bar them blindlr bat merely to trr them at I
k oar risk. 7S,00o rw made donna- 1883 in caaes where all other treat-1
I menta had failed. Price verj low. Illustrated book jiTlne full nartlo-1
" nlaia and blank for etatement of rour caso acntf tw. Addresa at
once. Ut.lrlxUU liru bu,
Grand Army of the Krpublic of Ohio.
The New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio B.
R. will sell to members of the G. A. B. and
their families tickets to Akron, Ohio, on Jan
uary 27(b, 28th, 29th and 30th, at one full
fare for the round trip. Children between 5
and 12 years of age at half the adult rate.
Tickets good to return until January 31st,
18S5, inclusive. For tickets and further in
formation call on J. D. Phleger, agent; office
in St. James Hotel.
ATBionioB03 la a novel word to most
Ipooplo who rposX the EngUAh langu&go. The
QreckB naod it oontariea ago, meaning: by It
4WS t'ECIX.K-HKftltl-Tlt "
Athxopiioros is the first and only
medicine -which has carried off Ihe
prize as tho perfect remedy for Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
Like two relentless tyrants they nave (ot
held their nfferlna- victims in an iron
I grip. Then poor sufferers have been aaelarce
ia the power of their oppressor.
ATHLoraOKOs nas entered the arena, en-
I gaged In conflict with the monsters, and won the
victory. A the eampetitan in the Grecian
games ol old could win only by the most severs trial
of aMlity and endurance, eoATHLornoBoa has won
tne piuanot aiona by giving- temporary relief, but
by bringing an asdnrirtg core, aa well, to those who
hav coffend the cxernrlrrlng agonies ot Bheunia
tiam and Neuralgia.
Athlophobos is a novelty, not only I
i in name, but in its elements. It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
AnrxopHOEOsvcts on the blood, muscles I
I and Jolnta, removing the poison and add tram I
tna mood, carries taem out or the eystera.
Athlopiiokos Is put up with consummate I
taUL and contains nothing that can possibly I
barm tna moat delicate cotwEtution.
Now, do you want to suffer on and out
or do you want to be well ?
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If you cannot get ArnxonioBos ot your drug
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt of
regular price one dollar per bottle. Wo'prcfi
that you buy It from jour druggist, but If he
hasn't It, do not bo persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO.. 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
nmmiiMimmi U.K. nnnnminniin
FRESH AND PURE.
O. F. COST.
36 South Limestone Street.
Offieof Comptroller of the Currency, I
Washington, January 7, 18-5. j
Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to
the undersigned it has been made to aptar that
The Mad Klter 'attonnI Hank oi fpriiiK
flelri, in the City of Springfield, in the Cuuuty of
Clark, and State of Ohio, baa compiled with all
the provisions of the Act of Congres to enable
National hanking Associations to extend their
corporate existence and for other purposes ap
prised July 12, 18S2.
Now, therefore, I, Henry W. Cannon, Comp
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify ttat
The Mail River National Rank of pring
flelii. In the City of Springfield, in the Connty of
Clark, and State of Ohio, Is authorized to have
succession for the period ppecltieJ In Its amended
articles of association, namely, until Jote of busi
ness on January 11, 1W5.
In testimony whereof witness my hand and eal
of office this tth day of January, 1SS5.
seal. II. W.CN2.o,
Comptroller of the Currency.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Stock. Will Compare with any
what rour complaint. write I
lono Of OUT 1TC EleCtriO
.nit vonr case. nroTlaeu YOB
In nntt mnnth. If it doS nol Lllln
Different Appliancra to core Df-
ow oiAi oi-iwuii.. ...
Coal in Box Cars. No Snow
or Ice, at
J. II. Utricle & Bros.,
141 8. Limestone St.
WANTM JI.OOOiOu: FIRsT MOKTOAGE ON
12-n urn house, stable, carriage houe and
nectv.ary convealence; insured lor 81,8'jO. In
quire of A. Khkkts, No. 81 E. I'atton St.
WA.vTKD-rUHLS IN SIIOltrilAND. EVEN
1d(; class first class Instruction. Addresa or
call on U. II. Gibson, U lobs-Republic office.
Ir ANTED LADIES AND MISSES TO
II crochet and make fine laces at home; pleas
ant and profitable; work bent out of cltj. West
ern Manufacturing Company, 21S State St., Chi
WAK1ED-LAIUE4 AND GENTLEMEN IN
city or country to take light work at their
own homes; 13 to H easily made; work gent by
mail; no canrasslng. We hare a gool demand
for our work and inrnlsb ateaJy employment.
Atldreas, with stamp. Crown JaTg Company,
l Vine St., Cincinnati, uhie.
GOOD PAY FOR AGENTS. IIOOTO 200 rER
month made selling our Grand New History,
t-ainous and Decisire Dallies of the World.
Write to J. C McCurdy A Co., Philadelphia, l'a.
1-OIt SALE BUSINF.SS AN ESTABLISHED
' and profitable retail men'a furnUhiug goods
business. Address "Business," this office.
FOU HALE-A TKACT OK F . :i AND A
half acres, with two-story brick "tool serea
rooms, outbuildings and a large anu vr-tailing
snrine of water, situated nearLaeonda tn theC C.
Ual. railroad, and specially suited for the loca
tion oi a uiauuiacturing business, roriurtner in
formation apply to Wm. Grant's Sons.
i-iOK ItLNT LARGE NEW HOUSE-KENT
low. Inquire of Thos. Sharp.
LOsT POCKET BOOK CONTAINING NINETY
dollars. Finder can find owner and liberal
reward by applying atthls office.
GUANO OI'EKA IIOUSK,
Thursday, January 23, 188..
Reduced Prices !
-ONE NIGHT" ONLY!-
THE GREAT AND ONLY
NEH, yOBK STUB COMBINATION::::"
25 SELECTED ARTISTS. 25
Fall Orchestra and Ilrass Band.
Presenting the hacst entertainment now before
Admission 50, 35 and 25cent. Kaserred seats
at usual place, only 50 cents.
J Tuesday, January SO, 188.-.
LADI SKATING CONTEST.
The prize to be a 'pair of nicale-plated Star
Club Skates. To bo decided by rote of the audi
ence. MUSIC BY BIC SIX .
Has iu Stock a
Kendall's Spavin Cure, (.onilmult's Caustic Balsam, Spark-hall's
Specific, SI. Julian Horse Powders, London Horse and Cattle
Powders, StonchraWs, Fronefield Jfc Miller's, Fontz's,
Sloan's, Arabian. A Full Line of Prof. Going's Reme
dies, Gargling Oil, Mustang Liniment, Centaur
Liniment, Carbolic Acid and Soap, Tincture of
Arnica and Marigold, Zinc Ointment and
55 EAST MAIN STREET.
IliLilfflilliMilli I IU
DRESS GOODS. SILKS, LACES, WOOLENS, LINENS, 6INHMS.
We Offer the Abovn I.ot of Itemnauts Trior to Oar Annual 'Inventory
at Prices That Will Sell Tlieni.
:m:tt TIF HY Ss BIRO.,
-IK .V; SO LIMESTONE HTKEET.
T. M. GUGENHEIM.
EVERY PIECE MUST 60 AT SOME PRICE.
COME BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.
Is Superior to all other, and our Soft Coal equal to any.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
410 VtTEST TVTATlSr STREET.
- DRUGS, ETC.
KID GLOVE CLEANER!
Best in -the world. Easily applied and cleans effectually.
Costs but Ten Cents. Also, removes grease spots from silks,
AD. BAKHAUS CO.,
No. 2:i East AXnln Street,
Peaches, Pears, Plumbs, Cherries, Apricots, Blackberries
Raspberries, Strawberries, Etc.
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
CHAS. A. WOOD, 28 S. Market St.
PIMLOTT i COAL
ALLEN'S GENUINE ORIGINAL
ShoesMade in the United States
Full Line of
- ? -
NERVE and BONE LINIMENT.
For inmii nntl bemmt. t ntu -'
jyerhottte lutrLHlucftitnl-Ci.- lira. Mar
tun A Urn. A painless, pure uiHltiHi-ili cn
ramfm In the Muscles, Sprjui. itntt
ScaldCuw, BnilswlsweHiiiiE and all utter
btKlily ache- and palm. Tlie lwt reined
known fur all the disorders of ln.res. mteh a
Shoulder St mini. Cracked Heel. :st.raU-lis,
Chafes or Galls. Sprain. Film In the ir,
Crk,etc. Heare of imitation.
CXXAS. XX. -rt-IfljEJIV,, Jr.
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer,
Office, No. 3 West Fifth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
BFor sale by ll tlrasgtns.