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Mr. V. J. Hndaon, Majr of Sooth Charles
ton, wi in Ihe city to-day.
Married: On Thursday, at 7.30 p. m, by
Rev. IWnry W. Tile, Mr. Julius M. Bethel to
ilisi Laura Green.
Mr.S. A. Huffman, Mrs. Geo. W. Emery
and son, aud T. C. Ackrrson, wife and two J
children tail neil Wedueiday on the good
steamer Thomas Sherlock tor New Orleans,
where they eipect to remain the rest ol the
Street Commioner Mills had men out
to-day opening corered gutters, some of
which had filled solid with ice up to the
gutter plate and were closed tight. 11 a heavy
rain had come it would have caused bad
A pnrty will be given this evening at the
residence of Mr. James A. Dicus, on Kist
High street, in honor of his little daughter
Maud, who will do the honors of the evening
as boates. A large numbtr of her trunds
have ben invited
Deputy Sheriff A. J. Baker went to Colum
bus this morninR taking Chas. Henderson,
alias Hubert Logan, sen'euced lor eightien
months for graud laiceny, to the penitentiary.
He if the first sent there undei Shen3 Ba
LB.1 W. trains trom the west were a
couple ot tours late again to-day. Tnose
ln.ni ihe east were ou unie. Two traius on
this road, one morning aud one evening, slop
here twenty minutes lor meals since the opeL
lug ot the Arcade restaurant.
The little lour year old Son of Mr. James
Dorley died this morning atwui three o'clock
trom com ulsions at the lauiily residence on
Boler street. Tne Utile boy was a ery bnjflH
and interesting child, and the bereaved pa
reuts hare the sympatby ot many triends.
G. W. Brown was jailed last night for
stealing coal. Daniel Dvu, the other party
implicated in the stealing ot Mr. Rawlins's
hog, was also captured hut night and locked
up with his partner in crime. The patrol
wagon mad a run in each case.
A masquerade will be given at the stating
rink this treutotf, aud Irom present indica
tions it will be the finest thing ot the kind
ever given here. Much attention has been
paid to costumes and some very fine ones
will be worn. The prizes are all very neau
and appropriate and will be worth workiug
James Galloway, who broke jail and es
captd Irom Mech-nicsburg sometime ago
was biougbt Iwck there ye-terday and n in a
humble condition. His lace, feet and hands
are lioien black and he is a raving maniac
lrom his mflVrmgs. It is not likely he will
recover. He was arrested for a minor otTenx.
Fulton Arm-trotg has bten sued lor $17,
000 damage, at London, for causing the ar
rest ot Mary J. Darely aud her daughter,
Mrs. Cuizilius, oa suspicion of murdering
Sa ue' Armstrong, a Madison county tanner
and bu-band, at the lime, ot one ot the wo
men. Dettciivr John T. 'orns worktd up
; . bv
Dr. L. E Russell, ot this cily, asns
Proi. Heaer.ot Cincinnati, pirlorm-
gical operation ot removing..
tumor lrom Mrs. Wdlwrnj;
a. dna. Licking counrj aQ laUwa a
fitty pounds, !, ,he,u0i the ab
incl.es iu l.nKt.'eit rMlA mce)y wab
domeu. Thr;faopiirlT rrC0Itrj
vC'ure will be delivered upon ihe sub
.il ot temperance under the auspices ot d .
J S'ph'a Total Abs inence Society, at St.
Jo-eph Catbolic church, on Kenton Etr-et,
Sunday evening, Febiuary 1st, at 7:30 p. m.
Able speakers will be present and every e -fort
will be made to make the occasion oneot
intere-l and infraction. Admission 10
cents. All arc cordiallv invited.
There was no session of Ccmmon Fleas
court this morning, there being no bu'incs
ready tor bearing. The stockholders ot the
Siiringfield Base Ball Company, against
wh m judgment was ob'ained on a claim ol
$200 for Loaid of players and umpires, have
taken steps to rai-e the amount by contribu
tion among themselves, and stop lurther pro
ceedings. Mr. Harry C. Kisher, manager of last sea
son's lose ball team, received a letter yester
day lrom pa. ties in the South a-king him to
get up a club in thU city and join the South
ern League. This would be the only North
ern club in the league, and for this reason it
is considered impracticable. Mr. Fisher is in
vestigating the matter, however, in regard to
what ih cu. of transportation will be and
iielber it would pay to go into it. At the
same time 11 r. Fisher is working up the Inter
Siate Leazue, and it is altogether
likely that this will be formed.
Mr. Fisher wa3 in Dayton a lew diys ago
talking the matter over and everything seems
favorable. He U yet awaiting an answer
from Tene Haute parties, who are interested
in the scheme.
This morLia, about 3 u'djtk, Drs. Batter
son ai.d Welsh and Dr. lleugjt were called to
a house on the corn r of Ooencbaio alley and
Winter gfeet and 'there found a white man
named "Roney" Marsh lying in an uncon
fciom cun lifon Irom thn eSects of an over
due of murpbine. On inquiry it was It arced
that llarib has been suffering Irom
pleurisy, and, becoming much worse,
last night Ma; Hughe, -who lives
opposite, was sent for. A hyperdirmic in
jection of .lorphine was adminis'ered, b-it
instead of getting better he grew worse, and
h'-ally neutinto a itupjr trom the eflerts ol
the drug. Tne perOLS in the hou-e became
alarmed and Sent lor the doctors. By the
rig nous application of electric batteries Marsh
vs. so- n bruujzhl tocousciuujnrs,andunow
dung well, w'h h UK" nt his recovery.
The Sea of Ice" mitioe at the Grand to
morrjw will ntf rl delighltul enteminment
to ladies and children, and such a play, wiib
its magnificent FCeurry, cant ot full to attract
a large audience. The piece will also be re
peated in hr evening. The Xew York Tri
bune cays: The dramatic company that has
been orgamz d th s easjn to ac wiib Mm
Ki'e Claxtun, throughout the country, is
mentioned as one o' well-cho en elements
an 1 exceptional merit. The perrormances
given by MissLlaxion and her associates meet
with active and practical admiration draw
ing full hou-ts and hearty plaudits. Indeed
this is one of the most successful parties on
"Vim." tne laughable comedy written for
Mr. Neil Buries, will be prese'itel at B'aik's
to-morrow evening. The San Fn-ncisco
Chronicle says: "Mr. Burgess's per'ormance
rises into art and displ ys a finih and
strength that can oever be imputed to acci
dent or irresponsible talent.
Miss Cora Van Tassel, as "Fanchon," at
Black's Opera House, Monday evening next.
Cheap price will be the rale: Oeseral d
Toonhoe inriiriniic oYnpnriitiim In thB nurchasa of Shnas. far instance, it is more economical
to secure the best quality, price considered, than to ignore quality in order to avoid a slight
. .... i. I ,i:... -A C OU- .!.. T ...ll.. tnnW iifihnilt DV.
aauilionai OUUay. we nave a ..muium yrauu ui ouuus, iiiauu ui cAUbiiciu aiuuiv wmiuu
noncivn and imnRRRssarv finish, coverinn all sizes for Men. Women and Children, which for
service and value to the
not quite so low-priceu as snouuy goous, dui are ten limes more uuraum. i no am
Revere" is of this class. Persons who understand how to economize will find that our stock
affords them an opportunity. We have no shoddy goods, and will not give them place in our
store. They are dear at any price. Uur aim has always been to give a better Shoe for the
money than any other house in the city, and we have been eminently successful.
ROUSE & PARSONS. 26 S. MARKET ST.
mission, 10 cents; with 10 cents extra lor re
serve seats. These prices have been adopted
by many managers throughout the country
and have proved successful tn every instance.
Reserve seats now on sale at Pierce's.
Clo.s ot the G. A. 11. Kucliipmeut.
At Thursday's ee'sion ol the Department
Encampment of Ohio, G. A. R., at Akron,
the following ofiicers were elected for the
Department Commander, R. B. Brown
Zanesville; Senior Vice, D. 1'. Uoswortb, Mar
ietta; Junior Vice, M. J. Sloan, Warren;
Medical Director, F. M. McClaren, Welling
ton; Chaplain, Kev. J. S. Wylie, Daike
county; Historian, J. S. Clarkson, Daytou.
The Woman's Rebel corpj elected the lol
lowine oir-cers: President, Mrs. L. L Myers,
Canton; Senior Vice, .Vrs. Lydia Morrison,
Cincinnati; Junior Vice, Mr. Ewing, Ports
mouth; Treasurer, Mrs. Ebersole, Canton;
Chaplain, Mrs. Tany, Zanesville.
The new commander w the city editor of
the Ziceswlle Courier and was senior vice
commanJer the past year. D. C. Putnam, ol
this city, although not a candidate and not
presented as such to the Encampment, re
ceived same otes lor commander.
Mr. Putnam was one of the
committee on resolution?, who in their
reDort recommended that the loyal
women ot Uu.o oe represenieu on mc
board ol management of the Soloieis' Orphans'
Home. Alu that the institution should be
in charge ot an ex soldier, which the presentJ
s upenctendent is not. Sympathy with Ge'
eral Grant, in his trials, is expressed in.'a,'1
: . . J.. .an bis
teims, ana wun Uenerai sneim
present controversy with Jeff
rtsolution was unanimuui' '
, vine turn to wire it
storms of applause, and,'
. . id Concres was tMt-
to General hemu , , . ,
.au. The leislatnre u ri
ned with euthu
quested to mi'
-a suiuiuie nppropriuuou fur
xiuuiema to uesignate positions o
.-.meuis in the buttle of Gtttysburg.
.tAMCfre of ibe
Mcxicmi bill" is urged
i CongiesJ. A
ImtcrLal grteling was ex-'
tended the Sons ot Vettraus organizaf on, by
Mitchell Post d legates, with exception ol
CorniadiS D. C. Puiuam sud R. F. Dclo, wLo
mrite here to-Li0bt, returned Irom Akruu
1MB mornug. luey rtport that Cleveland
as seleded as place ot next meeting tor the
Department Kucamj meut next year. The in
Mtation from this cny w.s not received by
the delegatts trom hire, to whom it was ad
lrtSsed, for s.irue jra-on, although Cuin
mmder Pecfield aud others nereon the look
out tor it up to the last moment. Another
time it will be advisabU to move
earlier in the campaign. It is getting to that
now, such is tbe large aitendaLce at these
Encampment', that not to exceed a dozen
places in the State can accommodate tbema
Tbe delegates from here at the Akron meet
ing all say they were re eived, accommodated
and entertained as well as could be, and are
very enthusiastic over their trip Captain
Putnam was re-elected a member ot the Coun
cil ot Administration and Chaplain Delo one
ol tke representatives of this department to
the National Encampment, which meets in
Portland, Maine, next summer.
This society begins this year suspiciously
with 54 members, o! whom the following
officers have been elected aud installed: Re
gent, E. T. Thomas; Vice Regent, J. G.
Jacobs: Past Regent, A. H. Vance; Orator,
T. A. Lewis; Secretary, J. B. McConnell;
Collector, 3. D. Buss; Treasurer, Geo. W.
Collett; Cbbtilain, Lewis Phillips; Guide, J.
B. Cliigerir.in; Warden, J. D. Gibson; Sen
try, Dani' Gould; Representative to Grand
Council, Lee M. Goode; Medical E-ruiner,
Dr. A. U. Vance. Meetings are held on tl e
second and lourth Tuesdays ol each month in
K. of P. hall. This order takes high rank
among the beneficiary associations of the
The weekly Law Bulletin of January 12
contains an article on tbe "Liability of an
Executor while carrying on the Trade ot tie
Deceased Testator," by W illiam M. Rock I,
Esq. of this city. Duntg the U-t year Mr.
IUcktl has made the following contribution
to lending law periodicals: "Mortgege fur
Advances," Wetkly Law Bulletin; reprinted
in Washington Law Reporter. 'Restraims
upon Alienation," Weekly Law Bulletin
Evidence in B -tardy Cnes," Central Law
Journal; reprinted in Ohio Law Journul.
"Twice in Jeopardy," American Liw Jour
nal. "Action (or Non-Payment ot Check, '
American Law Journil "IuvoluDtary Pay
ment of lilfgil Taxts," Ohio Law Journal.
Cossectzd nr Cuas. W. Payjukk A CA
Vlllf Report WeJnelajr, Jin. 30, 1SSS.
Bcttkr 2c retail
! (iowl siipi'lr; J'ic.
Poultry duo I Jeaaud ; chlclens, young, 20a
3TX; il, &143-M: rach.
AiFLE3-fl Ooil .10 per bush.
PorATOca MJc ier Imsh.
(jHsioL-l'ul TV: siauprr bbi.
Omons II O'per luh
ALT -nuw-flsK l.rmi 1, II 1i per bbi.
Coal niL-ta!5a2uc per gal.
La SO IOC
coau- cum Meats Sides, 10c; sliuulderf, 9e;
h-Mi, tic, b. bacon, 1-ic.
Scoars A large dem nd an-1 prices low;gran
utatl, 7cir lb ''A" while, 6$ peril ext'a C
lUht,jc ier lb; yellow t..6,c p r lb; C, 5c
coFsER iUrke lower, Jnv, 20a3fic per lb;
Itio, koI lea, ISa 0 ler lb; Kio, prinje greeu, 12a
15c i-erlb, Iclo.x au on, Vk. per lb.
Molaskks c Orieai.a,60ASOcpergal, lorgham
69c pr val.
I.ICK-Het Ccrollna, 8ic per lb.
OTSTkKS 300 ler qt
Jjkis-o ArrLU 8 l-3e per lb.
Iibilu I'KACUka - 0 ier lb
Chick n -frssseJ, $1 7ia1 3553 50 per dozen.
Torkkt " 12!c per lb.
Dlcws " 1 ;i oO per dor.
Kabbit tl 25al SO per dot.
Floe washed, 2Sa30c; unwashed, J. oil.
KaIJIUS-New 10al2Jc ier lb,
Cukrasts New 7ic per lb.
ArrLia Nw 8c pe. lb.
riACHES-Uslvea ur, mixed SWe per lb.
GLOBE BEPUBLIO. FRIDAY EVENING, JAOTAHT 30 1885
wearer are really worth more than others of
-1 SJ . 1- I M. A. A.
DR. HAMMOND ON BATHS.
They Are Decidedly Injurious
Common Sense Rules.
New Tork Tribune.
Much of tha literature on tho subject ol
the Turkish bath owes its origin to those who
are Unanclally interested in the success of
the baths. As such It is of course to b
regarded with a certain degree of scepticism.
In order to get the opinion of high and dis
interested medical authority in the matter,
Dr. William A. Hammond was called
upon. In response to the ques
tion: "Is the Turkish bath always beneficial
in its effector Dr. Hammond said: The
Turkish lath s generally benoScial to a per
son in good health. Always i a word wnich
never occurs in a physiclin's vocabulary.
Thus the layman might say that strawberries
were always healthful, but the physician
knows that the generally harmless straw
berry when eaten by certain persons, will
produce a most violent eruption of tho skin.
I am justified In saying then, that tho Turk
ish bath is generally beneficial, although 1
have known cases in which a serious derange
ment of the body's functions has resulted
from a single bath."
"In what cases aro the baths moa""
"In all cases where there is a tgr
heart disease. Men have died. i,..i
aggravation of tta &
by it. Io one should entr . . .. t-
the first time lthouth"mShad bis heart
examined by a pbj p
"irTrequent them," was the reply;
. . Tita have contented inyswlf with a
"JJJath every morning. I find that the
Svboth for health and cleanliness."
"Would you recommend that for a person
of slight physique T asked the reportet with
a glan e at the doctor's stalwart tigure.
"1 would recommend it for every one
with whom it agrees. That is the lest of
common sense an J medical science. If you
remain blue and ooli after a bath, don't
take it again while in tho same state of
health. If, on the other ban 1, your system
reacts, the effect is entirely lneflcial. If
you pin me down to ceneralixation, I should
say that tbe tepid bath is the mo-t lieneficial
to the majority of tho people. Tho hot bath
should never to be taken in one's house."
When handed a long newspaper clippinj
in which it was laboriously proven that the
curse of this nge was a too freo use of soap
and water, the people of the temperate
regions growing weak and short-lived undei
its application, while the nati os of the nortJi
lived to a good old age, encased in dirt aol
train oiL, the doctor characterized it as "an
elaborate argument built upon false prem
"A person should wash once a day," he
continue., "with soap; for without soap ths
skin will shed water liko the plumage of a
duck. Indulgence in a Turkish bath should
not be as frequent, owing to its weakenini;
tendencies. It is preposterous to say tint
the inhabitants of the north outlho thoo o!
the south. Tho Esquimaux are a very short
lived race, while tbe negroes are at the other
extreme. Witness the number of colored
cursos who dandled the father of bis eoun
try upon their knees, and still live to tell th
Peculiarities of 3Ianltolaa Soil.
On the Canadian Pacific radway, west of
Winnipeg, it is noticeable that all tho prairie
land is free from stones. For great distances
along the line, one bushel of stones could not
be gathered m fifty miles. In the neighbor
hood of Brandon the sod is gravelly, and
there are somo large bowlders, which are
striatM in the east and west direction ; those
are ths only bowlders to be met w ith for 4J0
miles from Winnipeg.
The absence of earth-worm and slugs is a
marked feature of this soiL Whon dry. it is
hard to work; during the summer it can
scarcely be plowed, when wet, it odhers so
hard to carnage wheels and boots, that it
can only be removed by being scraped off.
A very little moisture produces this state.
It is very difficult to work in this condition,
as it can scarcely be cast off the shovel or
the scraper; with 20 per cent moisture it
somewhat resembles half-et mastic or glua.
The most adhesive qualities of this sod are
termed "gnmbo." When "gumbo" dries il
bakes too hard to be plowed; on several oc
casions it was taken out with picks, in large
blocks, and laid by baud in the dump. In
its worst condition of moisture it will hold
the hoofs of horses working in it and pull
their shoes off; this has occurred repeatedly,
and within one hour of their having beor.
set The authors kiln-dried and soaked sonvi
of it, and found it would absorb 7.2 per ceni
of moisture before becoming "slurry."
The frost penetrates the ground to a con
siderable depth. In the excavations for the
mam sewer in "Winnipeg some years ago, a
layer of frozen clay, twelve inchos thick,
was found eight feet below tho surface in tbe
month of August. Tto presence of frost in
the lower layers of the subsod is not pre
judicial to the growth of the crop. The sod
does not heave when the frost leaves it id
spring, whh.h is a marked difference to the
clay subsoil of the eastern provinces.
Houses can be budt on sills laid on the sur
face of the ground; foundation walls of piles
have to be carried clown eight feet, h rust
has a beneficial effect on the earthworks,
crumbling down the "gumbo" and causing it
to fall like flue garden soil. It also consoli
dates the embankments.
Co-operation on the Stage.
New York Tribune,
Daniel H. Harkins, the tragedian, now a
member of McKej Rankin's Third Avenue
company, tells me of a curious combination
in that theatre. Seven members of the com
pany have formed a sort of comraniw of their
own, and have introduced the co-operative
principle into the theatrical busina-is. They
are Mr. and Mrs. McKee Rank n, D. H.
Harkins, J. J. Wallace, Theodore Hamilton,
Frank Mordaunt and Mr. Halley. They are
bound by articles of co-operation for three
years and at the expiration of that t me a
majority of the seven can bind the w hole for
three j cars longer. They receive no salaries,
bt.c divide the profits or make up the looses
after paying rent and the salaries of the
hired members of the company.
I aked Mr. Harkins how they got over the
cne groat difficulty m such a combination of
actors tho disposition of each to insist on
the best part in the play and tho biggest lino
in the programme. "Readily enough," he
answered; we print the names in the same
type; and one of tbe articles of agreement is
that each member is under lionds and a for
feiture to play whatever part be may be cast
for by the duly selected stage manager."
Tbe seven members of this syndicate are not
over young, and amorg the six men there is
an averago of about 'JOcI pounds of flesh
and an amplitude of waist which I will not
venture to estimate; buttheyaro experienced
actors and they seem to work with perfect
A learned professor claim that he has dis
covered lately that "Xystagmus, or oscilla
tion of the eyeballs, is an epUeptif onn affec
tion of th cerebellular oculomotonal can
Free 1 Free ! Ft ee I
To-morrow, all day, handsome album cards
nirn In nil i nstmnera buvinrr Tea or Cotlee
at Miller's Tea Store, 54 Arcade and 54 Mar
We are better prepared than ever to give
you bargains in Boot?, Shoes, Slippers aud
Rubbers. We buy our goods fcr cash, and
direct from the manufacturers, and our large
cash snles cnabl us to do business eu a -ry
small profit. We deem it a plea-ure'u.an
advertisement to show our goods ana Plre
vou prices. Do not fail to call rp Eee us
Stakkky A: Scqwden, K ly Arcade.
Use Parsons' Automi"c G3 taer, war
ranted to produce ,e m"oium power ol
light, with 20 r- cen; les3 K3 tban any
other burner. A. S. ay. General Agent.
Don't I all to Get One
t those handsome cards to-morrow at Mil
ler's Tea Store, 54 Atcade.
There is no longer any question as to who
is doing the laidiag business in Boots, Shoes
and Rubbers in Springfield. We give Star
key .t Scowden, Kelly's Arcade, the medal.
Good goods and low prices did it.
Another large invoice of Iowa Creamery
wholesale and retail, corner Main and Shaffer
streets. Telephone. S. Suaffeb.
Three Pounds Goad Ten, 81.00,
At Miller's lea Store, 54 Arcade.
II you have not called on Starkey & Scow
den, Kelly's Arcade, do so at once.
J. M Hines. ticket agent of the great Pan
Handle route, has now on sale a line of tick
ets to the New Orleans Exposition World's
Fair by a diversity ot routes. Tickets can be
purchased either by steamer from Cincinnati
and returning by rail or go by rail and re
turn by steamer. The fine't steamers wh'ch
ply the Ohio and lower Missis-itpi tirers in
the service of the Southern Transportation
Co. are rated and listed; on beard ol each
steamer is a fine band ot music, and concerts,
dancing and different social parties are fea
tures which go to make the trip pleasant
and enjoyable. The table is ol the very
choicest the market atlords, and prompt,
polite, elhcient and careful waiters administer
to the minuust wants of passengers. Steam
ers leave Cincinnati twice every week.
State rooms secuied and all information con
cerning trip, points ol interest eu route, etc.,
chcertullj lurnished without charge or cost.
Pas-cnuers can board on stenmers while in
New Orleans at a very low rate. For luither
information as to tickets, baggage, time of
departure, etc., call on or write to
J. M. HlMB,
City Ticket Agt.
Tbe partnership beretolore existing between J.
L. Coleruan and I'. A. bchindler, under tbe firm
name of J L. oleinan A Co , baa by mutual con
ient been dissolved. P. A. Scbiodler A eon will
continue the business at tbe old stand, on Fisher
M., rear of First Presbyterian Church, where calls
wll be attended to promptly at all hours, by tel
ephone or otherwise. OCice open day ana night.
On and after January 1st, 18S5,
we shall sell Boots, Shoes and
Kubber Goods of every descrip
tion for LESS MONEY than you
en buy them elsewhere.
HAXCE & CO.,
U West Main St
FRESH AND PURE.
O. IF. COST.
SANiuth Llmeatone fetreet.
DR. H. R. DOSCH,
Rooms 15 & 17, Arcade, Springfield, 0.
Special AUsinsn Blita to Op tratiio Deatttby.
greater cost, They are
-l..l.l Ikn llDniil
TAXlhD GOOD OII'.L FOIl (ih.NKUAI.
hou'iworit. Apriv ai j.owuiq ju",i n.
TATEP-ATTHE LtiNDA HOUSE, AN
p rlcnceu chami-"
llfANlED A CV'OI) UIKL. )R GENERAL
l housework. &'l at corner Clifton St. and
Clifton Are , trick house. -,
UTAIST-PUMLS IN MlOKTHAND.tVEN
f rnr cls first cla Instruction. Address or
calon V. II. Oiusov, (iLOBK-KEPUBLicofliee.
WANTED LADIES AND JII33E.S TO
crochet and make line laces at home; pleas
ant and profitable, work sent out of city. Meal
ern Manufacturing Cotupanj, 218 fctat fct, Chi
i;anied-ladie and gentlemen in
U city or country to take light work at their
own homes; 93 to $4 eaily made; work sent by
mail; no canvassing. We hate a good demand
lor our work and inrnlsh steady employment.
Address, with ttauip. Crown M'f'g Cempany,
TM Vine St., Cincinnati, Uhio.
GOOD PAY I-OR AGENTS. 1100 TO f200 TER
month made srlllcg our Grand New History,
J-amous and Dfcistre Hal ties of thn World.
Write to J. C McCurdy i(o, Philadelphia, Pa.
FOR WALE GROCERY, ESTABLISHED
trade, cor. K&irand Mechanic Sts A good In
vestment for person with small capital, batlrfao
tory reasons for selling.
IJiOIl BALK A 1UAUT OF I OUR AND A
' hstlf acres, with two-story brick house ol teres
rooms, outbuildings and a large anu nerer-tailing
spring of water, situated nearLaonda on the CO.
CAI railroad, and specially suited for the loca
tion of a manufacturing business. For further in
formation apply to Win. Grant's bona.
SALK Of 1U)M5.
Notice is Iterebr given that the city of Spring
field, Ohio, ilIofierfor sale to the highest and
best bidder at theCouncll Chain berin said city on
Tuoday, th 2lih day of February, A. D. ISa5, at
o'clock ii. m .the bonds of saliiitr to the amount
of three thousand dollars (JJ"jj dollars; said
Ixmdstobeof the denomination of 51,000 each, to
bear 6 er cent. tcr annum interest, payable
seml-anuuauy, at ineutnceoi me itir .treasury,
in this city, or at the Importers and Traders Na
tional fanLInNew ork City, at theoptfonof the
bol ler thereof, ou the nrst days of Maixh and ep
te ui Iter in each year until the payment of the
principal thereof. iaid bond to be coupon bonds,
an'l to he U-ued for th purpme of obtaining the
weans for the construction of the main sewer on
Li nit slot e street, and tbe branches to came on
Rice street, Kizer street, aud (mind avenue. In
Taylor street sewer district or sewer district No. 3.
bAid tomls tob- due and payable the 1st day of
rJeiteintr, lJM, and when sld are to be taken and
paid for by the purchaser thereof, at the office of
the City treasury in this city within fifteen (15)
days from the Jay of aile.
Bids for the purchase of ssld bonds may be filed
in wr'ting with the City t Jerk at anv time prior
to the timA above named f r the ssleof id bonds,
and tdtts, either vert al or in writing, will te re
ceived by said Council n said 4th day of t ebru
ary, at o'clock p. m , when all bids will be con
si lered by the tit Council, a-d said bonds will
I e eold at not less than par value and accrued in
terest, subject to the renditions heretofore set
forth, to the highest and best bidder.
Ily order of Council
J. a. ftllEWALTEH, City Clerk.
Offie of Comptroller of the Currency, I
Washington, January 7, l&tA. f
Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to
the undersigned it has been made to appear that
The 31ml ItUer mlonnl Hank oi ?prinK-lit-ld,
ia tho City of :prin8field, in thn County of
Clark, and State of Ohio, has complied with all
the provisions of the Act of Congress to enable
National ranking Associations to extend their
corporate existence and for other purposes ap
proved July 12, 1&2.
ow, therefore, I, Henry W Cannon, Comp
tndlero the Curiency, do hereby certify ttat
The Mart Kleratlnual liank of irlng
lleld, Inlhelityof .-prinjtfield, in theConntyof
Clark, and Mate of Ohio, is authorized to have
succersion Ur the period specified in its amended
articles r f association, namely, until close of busi
ness on January 11, 1903.
In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal
of office this 7th day of January, 1835.
st.au it. W. Cavnok,
Comptroller of the Currency.
GItAM OPLKA IIOUsK,
Saturday Afternoon Jt Evening-, Jan. 31
CHAS. A. STEVENSON
In the picturesque nJ romantic drams,
SEA QF ICE!
By D. Knnery, author of Two Orpeans, will be
produced in an excellent manner. Magnifi
A car load of new and appropriate scenerj .
Sale of seats now open at usual place.
Friday, January 30, 1885.
Fine Prizes Given for the
Most Elegant Costumes.
MUSIC BY BIG SIX.
Admission 15 Cents.
LACKV OI'EItA HOUSE,
tine eek, uminencing Jlonday,
CARA VAN TASSEL DRAMATIG CO.
FANCHON; THE CRICKET.
Fancuon ..Miss Cara Vax Tassel
ruuple'a Popular 1'rires. AD3IISMOX
RfSrrTescAts 10 rents eitra at the usual place.
Change of bill every night,
BLACK'S OPEKA HOUhE,
.saturdiij-, Jauaary Slat.
A Cyclone of Fun!
Fngagement of the celebrated Comedian,
In his groat laughing success,
50 cents, 35 cents & 20 cents.
WBfceats now on sale.
PAUL A. STAJJEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
and Mechanical Expert.
Patent Boalnem Excluslrelj. Pat.nU So
licited, Boom 8, Arcaada Building.
mm-n mlMltm muamnti v , -
Can be Recommended as the Best
i ODOR, NO SMOKE, NO DANGER.
THE WEATHER CONTINUES SO GOLD
Wo cannot do any good in our Seed Department, and as we must
pay rent will offer the following novelties, making them
SPECIALTIES FOR IHE OCCASION
Writing Papers, Envelopes, Pen?, Lead Pencils and School Child
ren's Supplies. Prices Lower than Ever Before. Games of aU
kinds, Straw and Fancy Baskets, Floral Goods of every description
Gold Fish and Globes, Fish Food and Ornaments.
New Bird Seed, Extra Fine
Fresh Cut Flowers Constantly in Stock. Latest Artistic Floral De
signs Made to Order. 1.000 pounds of Pop Corn just received.
Springfield Seed Co.,
LAGONDA HOUSE BLOCK, LIMESTONE STREET.
T. M. GUGENHEI .
phiob ssro OBaTiraoa?.
SEE AND BE CONVINCED!
T. M. GTJGEXTHEXM.
KID CLOVE CLEANER!
Best in the world. Easily'applied and cleans effectually.
Costs but Ten Cents. Also, removes grease spots from silks,
AD. BAKHATJS CO.,
lVo. 33 X2ast Strain Street.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Peaches. Pears, P.umbs, Cherries, Apricots, Blackberries
Raspberries, Strawberries, Etc.
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
CHAS. A. WOOD, 28 S. Market St.
HUFFMAN & RICHTER.
Invite inspection of
31 EAST MAIN ST.
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop.
Kepairs onall klndsof Machinery dune en pliorl nnlirr. Serial atleotiaa
elven to rf pslrs on Stationary and Farm Engines, Mill Work. Gearirir, harllBy,
Hangers, Pulleys and Experimental J aclilnery of all deMriplfeiis. Blaclnnitl
ing, etc. V trk promptly attended to, price reffonable, and satisfaction guar
anteed. Office and W oris, C6 and 8 Easi M as-liiugicn htreet, ipriuglleld, Oeio.
Telephone No. 340.
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