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GLOBE BEPUBLIO. SATUKDAT EVENING, MAEOH 28.
ROUSE AND PARSONS.
Mrs. Joseph Cartmell went to Cincinnati
Dr. Carson's Nerve Tonic,
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President Ort, ot Wlttenbers;. and his wife,
took the noon train south on the C, C, C. &
Henry ileete, n I, H- k W. freight con
ductor, was arrested at Urbana yesterday lor
allowinc his train to obstrnct a street crossing.
This delayed pasjenger t:ains and it is pro
po.Mj i to sue the city.
Why not plant out a few elms in the city?
They make magnificent shada trees and art
tar handsomer than onr horse chestnuts
and maples. The climate is good,' all that is
needed is to plant the first lot, and others will
Members of the Methodist ProtesUat church
surprised Mrs. Foley at her reaidenca Thursday
evening and th.re was a delightful time. Tha
L.dy was presented with some Tery nice arti
cles, among them a handsome dress by the
preacher. About twenty attended.
Rapp, who penned up his insane wife,
waited upon the board of infirmary direc
tors today, and a proposition was made to care
for his lawful wife at the infirmary for $150
a year. He is to give the board an answer
next Wednesday. His statement ahowed a
bad lapse in morals and domestic virtue.
Mr. Wm. Voight, ol Cincinnati, who comes
here highly recommended as a hotel maa, and
who has been for years connected with the
Queen City Hotel at Cincinnati, will .take
charge of the Lagonda House April 1. Mr.
Sniws will resume his old bassinets. Henri.
IV. Grove and E. T. Bear, the fenial and ac
commodating clerks, will be retained.
Officers Hughes and Norton arrested a col
ored chap named Joseph Liggens, this morn
ing, who is wanted at Urbana for burglary.
At the time wSen the crime was
committed, which was quite a
while back, Liggeos's partner wsaj
captured, and he himsali shot in the hip. In
pit of this disadvantage he managed to elnde
capture until this morning, whan he waa
taken by the above named officers in a saloon
on Market street
Mrs. George A. Barnes, whoa husband was
formerly General Secretary of the Springfield
Southern Railroai, passed through here at
noon yesterday en route to Boston, Mask, to
visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes are lo
cated at Rlchmoa J, Ky., when he has charge
of the business of the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad Company. Mrs. Barnea waa met at
the depot by a large number of friends who
only had time to shake hands with her and
say good bye, as the train stopped but a short
The patrol wagon made two rnu yesterday
afternoon and one last night Two of the
cases were for minor offenses. In the third
an old soldier from the Home at Dayton,
named Hamp. Ctuhmaa, was brought from
the West End to the American Haaae, in bad
shape. He has been running a small saloon
on tha Bechtle road, and much of the time,
ft it is stated, has bean nnder the influence ot
-" liquor himself. While in that condition re
cently his Jeet were frozen and he is aw
helpless, or nearly so. He is well connected
in the connty and was a good soldier in one
of oar best regiments, but fell a victim to in
temperance, which has broughthim low.
Rcpiesentative Littler came over from Co
lumbus last eTening to spend Sunday in the
bosom of his family, and has recened an
oration wherever be has appeared today,
growing out of the little affair with the impish
O'ilvers, in the House, the other day. The
Judge admits, ot course, that he violated the
the rules, but thinks the occasion one of
those when there are goad grounds af excuse,
or at least extenuating circumstances, and
only regrets that, aa he weat so far, he didn't
succeed in administering the correction ha in
tended, and giving the little blackguard from
Columbus the punishment heeridently needs.
As a matter of course, the talk of expelling
O'Mjers came ta naught, and nothing it
likely to be done in that direction, for good
and sufficient reasons.
Building operations hare began in earnest,
with promise ot an average season. Con
tractor Fish has the excavations nearly com
pleted for a three story brick building on the
south side of Main street, between Factory
and Mechanic, corner of the allay, to be
erected by Chas. Schaefer, the baker, who will
occupy one of the two busines room him
self, fitting it up in complete and first-class
sty le for his purpases. The building will have a
front to correspond exactly with that of the
Edighofer House, which it immediately ad
joins, making a substantial block. It will
occupy the site of the old Steelman home
stead, the hoose which waa demolished to
make room for the new structure having been
one ol the old landmarks of that part of tha
city. The other day, in making the cellar ex
cavations the men dug up a branding iron
with the initials "W. S.," used by Mr. Steel
man, who was a pioneer cooper, in 1831, for
marking the barrels which he made. It was
turned over to his son, William Steelmanf
who is still living on the opposite side of the
street aad will preserve it as a relic
To the Editor ot ths Globe-Republic:
Dub Sis In your paper of the 27th inst,
I see my name announced as having been
nominated by the Prohibition club of this
city as a candidate to fill a place on the school
board, in regard to which I wish to say:
First That this action was entirely without
my knowledge er seeking, and after thank
ing the club for the honor conferred, for rea
sons which I think entirely justifiable, I must
decline to be its candidate for this office.
Secondly, I wish further to fay, however,
that I am heartily opposed to the drink
traffic in all its phases, and will aid to the
extent o! my ability in my place as a citizen,
in every available way, for its utter prohibi
tion. Bat think it not proper for me to be a
Etandard-beartr in any political party.
J. B. Walxbr.
SrEi.GFiLi, 0, March"28, 1885.
There never was an audience more thor
oughly amused than that which witnessed the
inttnsdy laughable comedy, "7-20-8," at the
Grand last night Ludicrous but natural
situations so funny aa to throw the beholder
into convulsions of laughter, a dialogue spark
ling with wit, and a plot that was perfectly
distinct though with a sentimental and absurd
origin, made the play a great success, while
the company presenting it towers far above
the average. The pitce will be repeated tonight
CALL THIS WEEK
BT SE1E3 OTTH. ETEJX'V AnniVALS OP
mnowixo lujsin uA.yn.
A Caa ol Political aHaccganatlon in the
Fifth Ward Ths Ping; Hat Vrlcatfe Or
dered an Doty Kverjlhinj Looking
Lovaly for Bepablleana. ,
The action taken by the Fifth Ward Demo
cratic caucus last night was quite in accord
ance with the eternal fitness of things and
bear out the oft-repeated assertion that the
desperate Democracy and prating Prohibs.are
in the same boat. To suppose that one even
of those who met and endorsed the Prohibi
tion ward ticket take any stock in the prin
ciples ot that party would be doing violence ta
reason aad known facts, but when it comes to
the real object of the co-laboring factions
and it is "anything to break up the Republi
can party," there they are. We shall see
what this "break" will amount to all due
time. Jacob Schrieder, the contractor, was
chairman of the caucus and F. Desormoux
secretary. A resolution was offered and
adopted that a majority of all ballots cast
would be necessary to make a nomination.
For Council, Sam. W. Martin, Samuel Huff
man aad W. H. Evans were named. On the
first ballot Martin had 46, Huffman 29 aad
Evans 1, and Mr. Martin was declared the
nominee. He is the nominee also of the Pro
hibitioaists. George B. Smith, a butcher,
was the only person proposed for member ot
Board of Education, and was nominated by
acclamation. For Assessor, Frank Riceansau,
tae Prohibition candidate, and L. E. Staley
were presented and Staley was nominated on
first ballot George Spence was anxious be
fore the caucus to adjourn without making
the nominations and after it te adjourn to
meet again next Friday, hoping a week's
sober second thought would lead to a recon
sideration, but the caucus woaldn't have it
Bcpnbllcan Rally Next Friday.
The battalion and line officers of the Plug
Hat Brigade, which did such splendid service
last fall, held' a meeting last eveuing, with
thirty present, in C. L. Bogle's office, W. T.
Stilwtll presiding. The invitalon of the Re
publican executive committee for the Brigade
to turn out and make a parade Friday
evening ntxt, April 3, at 7 o'clock,
was received with enthusiasm and unanimous
ly accepted. A "General Order" will be issued
through the Scxday Globe-Republic calling
out the organization for special duty, and with
it will be given the entire list of names of
members. The call will include the Glee
Club and every member of both organizations
is requested to turn oat All who have the
white plugs or Glee Club uniforms should
wear them. If you haven't them, come any
how. Plenty of good music will be provided
and alter the parade there will be a rally,
with speeches by a number of good talkers,
at tha wigwam. Arrangements are not tully
perfected, bat are in competent hands and
will b announced from time to time.
German Xawnahlp Bepablleana.
For lively, devoted, efficient body of
workers commend us to the Republican voters
of Democratic German township. They held
a large and enthusiastic convention at Tre
moat City Thursday night and nominated
the fallowing ticket: Trustees, Peter Sour,
Elias Baker and William Lay ton; clerk, J.
B. McKinley, treasurer, J. ft. Coilins; as
sessors, E. G. Coffin and George Eobler; con
stables, Matthew Baker and Samuel Bechtle.
A part of this ticket will be elected. It is
composed of some of the best men in the
Tha Republicans of the First ward are re
quested to meet at the Sheriff's office. Court
House, Monday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, to
complete an organization for the April elec
tion. TBB OBVROBhS TOMORROW.
Toplea to be Talked Upon In City Pulplta
Special Announcement Regular Ser
vlaea at All Houaea.
First Presbyterian Preaching by the pas
tor at II a. m. aad 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m. Young men's instruction class
at 7 p. m. The public cordially invited to
Central M. E. Sabbath school at a. a.
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. A. B. Leonard,
D. D., at 10:31 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Young
people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Seats are free.
Stranger specially invited and welcomed.
Lagonda Avenue Chapel Sabbath school
"at 2:30 p.m. Preacbingat 7:30 p. m. by
Rev. Wm. E. Fay.
Second English Lutheran Sabbath school
at 9:15 a. m. Preaching by tb pastor. Rev.
A. E. Wagner, at 10:45 a. m. and 7:39 p. m.
Young people' meeting at 7 p. m.
Congregational Sabbath school at 9.30
a.m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. Wm.
E. Fay. No evening service.
German M. E. Quarterly meeting. Com
munion service in the morning. Love Feast
at night. Sabbath school at 2:30 p. m. Rev.
J. 0. Wiedman, of Cincinnati, will officiate.
Trinity Baptist Sunday school at 9:45 a.
m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
by the pastor, Rev. J. 0. Fernald. The pub
lic are cordially invited.
Chnst (Episcopal) Services on Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at
9:45 a. m. Rev. John T. Rose, rector.
High Street M. E. Rev. J. F. Marlay, the
pastor, will preach at 1 1 o'clock a. m. and at
7:30 p. m.- Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m.
Young People's meeting at C:30 p. m. All
are cordially invited.
Second B-ptist Rev. Wilton R. Boone
pastor. Special services to-day from 10 to 11
o'clock a. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
In the evening, beginningat 7:30 o'clock, the
ALL THE LATEST SHAPES AND MOST DESIRABLE STYLES.
& PARSONS. 26 S. MARKET
Sunday school will have very interesting ex
ercises based on the last quatrcr's Sunday
school lesson. All are invited.
First Baptist Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m., and 7:30 p.m.,
by the pastor, Rev. A. L. Wilkinson.
Second Presbyterian-Services in this church
at 1 1 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m., condacted by the
pastor, Wm. U. Webb. Sunday-school at
8:30 a. m. Strangers and others are most
St. Paul M. E. Sabbath school at a. m.
Preaching at 10:30 a. m. by Rev. George
Reeser, and at 7:30 p. m. by Professor Ebren
felt af Wittenberg College. All are cor
Methodist Protestant, on Pleasant street
Rev. J. B. Walker, pastor. Services at 10:30
a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 9
a. m. and 3 p. m. A cordial welcome to all.
W. R. Snipes, ot the Lagonda House, went
to Indianapolis this morning.
THIS CITT SOLIOITOMSHlr.
John 1.. Zimmerman Refuses Whom Will
the Vemocrata Find to Fill His Place T
John L. Zimmerman arrived home from the
South last night Knowing that Mr. Zim
merman had stated, before his departure, that
be would not be a candidate tor City Solici
tor, a reporter went to him this afternoon to find
out what he would do in the matter now that
the Democrats had nominated him in spite of his
protest. Mr. Zimmerman, in answer to the
question as to what his intentions were in
this respect, said mast positively and uncon
ditionally that he will not be a candidate for
the office. While a Democrat to the back
bone and deeply grateful for the honor which
the Democrats of Springfield did him in nom
inating bim for Solicitor, he yet feels that he
cannot afford to accept the nomination as his
private business matters require all bis time.
Our Democratic brethren, therefor, will have
to look around for other timber.
Fresh Shrimps at Uorrow's.
Fresh Fine Apples at Morrow's.
Fresh Celery at Morrow's.
Choice Catena Oranges at Morrow's.
Fresh Lettuce at Morrow's.
Fresh Radishes at Morrow's.
Montago Bay Oranges at Morrow's.
Car load Choice Messina Oranges just re
ceived at Morrow's.
Choice Floiida Oracges at Morrow's.
California Cabbage at Morrow's.
Wild Ducks at Morrow's.
Choice Havana Oranges at Morrow's.
Caeice Jamaica Oranges at Morrow's.
Fresh Salmon at Morrow's.
Freab. Cod at Morrow's.
Fresh Smelts at Morrow's.
French Onions at Morrow's.
Jersey Sweet Potatoes at Morrow's.
Florida Tomatoes at Morrow's.
Car load Choice Bananas at Morrow's.
Fresh White Fish at Morrow's.
Fresh Herring and Scallops at Morrow's.
Largest and best Oysters .n the city at
Parsoaa Automatic Uaa Burner
Will reduce your gas bills 20 per cent.
A.'S. War, Agent, 61 Arcade.
SPRINGFIELD RETAIL. MARKETS.
CaaaxcTZB ar Cnas. W. Pivntki A Co.,
81 and S3 West Main street.
Daily Report Friday, March 37, 1815.
Bctteb Full supply, 17, choice 20a25.
Eoes Full supply at 17c per dos.
Poultev Uood demand : chickens, young, 20a
0c; old, 25a35c eaah.
Arri.ES SI OOat 50 per bash.
Potatoes 50aC0e per bush.
bWEET roTATOES None.
Cabeaok Scarce; $00 a $2.00 per bbl.; SalOe
Ohioks Scarce; 50c per peck.
Salt Snow-Hake brand, $1.25 per bbL
Coal Oil 10al5a20c per gab
BcoAB-iCBED Meats Sides, lOe; ahoalders, 10;
hams, 10c; b. bacon, 8c.
Sugabs A largo demand and prices low ; gran
ulated, 7c per lb: "A" white, 6Jc per lb; extra C
light, 6o per lb; yellow C, 5&c per lb; C, 5e
Coffee Marke lower; Java, 20a30c per Ik;
Bio, golden, IBa-O per lb; Bio, prima green, )2a
lee per lb; Rlo,:t omon, 10c per lb.
STKL'rs I0a50a70c per gal.
Molasbes Ne Orleans, 60a80c pergal; sorgbam
60c per gal.
Bice Best Carolina, $c per lb.
OvSTERS 30c per qt.
Dbie Afples S 1-Se per lb.
Dbied Peaches i2We per lb.
Chick ess Scarce; Dressed, $2.75a3.35a$3 M par
Turkeys Scarce: ' 12)c per lb.
Dlxks " $2 75a3S0perdoi.
Fine washed, 28a30e; unwashed, )i ofi.
Raisiss New 10al2c per lb,
Ccrbasis New 7e per lb.
Arrits- New 6V4c pa. lb.
7RACUE3 10al2Hc per pound.
PkasEs S.w 7e per In.
'i Bbl-Gold Dust, 75c
t HOI (iold uusi, tl.su.
rsbl HuiH x&ose, rcc
Bbl Davton S. F., 7Cc
Lougantl favorably' known as a competent house
mover and raiser, desires to notify the public that
he Is still piepared to do work intuit line, together
with the mason work, in a reliable and workman
like manner. Leave all oiders at McCuddv'a, No.
12 East Main street, or addrew me at m) rest
dence on West College avenue, citv.
THE qualified elector ot the City of Springfield,
Ohio, will meet at thtir usual voting places In
their wards and precincts on Mondav, the 6th
day ot April, 1S&1, between the hours of 6 a. m.
and 6 p. tn.( and there vote upon the proposition
to authorize the City ot SpriiigfleM, Ohio, to issue
bonds of tha city not to excrtd in the aggregate
the sum ot One Hundred and Fifty Thousand
:(150,000) Dollars, for the purpose ot con
structing a Market House, containing a Public
library and City Offices, and such other office
rooms as Council may direct Those desiring to
vote for the lasting of sal t bonds, shall have writ
ten or printed on their ballots, "For Market House
Bonds Yes;" and ttuse desiring to vote against
the issniogof ssid bonds shsll hare written or
printed oq.tbeir ballots, ".Market House Bunds
o." And a majority of the voters, voting In fa
vor of the issue of said bonds, shall be sufficient to
authorize the issue of the same.
By order of Conncil.
Attest: J. S. SHEWALTEB,
SALE OF BONDS.
VTOTICE Is hereby glrea that ths city ot Spring
ll field, Ohio, will otler (or sale to the highest and
best bidder at the Council Chamber la aaidcity, on
Tuesday, the 31st day of March, A. D. 1835, at 8
o'clock p. to., the bonds of said city to the amount
of nine thousand (19,000) dollars ; said bonds to be
of denomination of II 000 each, to bear 6 percent
per annum Interest lrom tneuaieot same until
ihapaymentof the principal thereof; principal and
'nterest of said bonds to be pavable at the City
Treasurer's office in this city, oa the 1st day of Sep
ber, A. 1). 1885. Said bonds to be Issued fer the
Surpose of obtaining a loan in anticipation ot the
eneral Revenue Fund of the city for the present
year, in pursuance ot Section 2700 of the Kovised
Statutes of Ohio. Said bonds, when said, to bo
taken and pal for in cash by the purchaser there
of withia tare days from date of sal of same.
Bids far the purchase of said boads may be filed
In writing with the Citv Clerk at any time prior to
the time above named for the salt of said bonds,
and bids, either verbal or in writing, will m re
ceived en aaid 31stday ot March, at 8 o'clock p. m..
when all kids will be considered by the City
Council, and said bonds will bo sold at not less
than par value, aubject to the conditions hereto
fore sal forth, to the highest and best bidder.
By order ot Council.
J. S. Sukwaltke, Citv Clerk.
SALE OF BONDS.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Village ot New
Carlisle, Clark county, Ohio, will offer for sale
to the highest and best bidder the first series of
Street Improvement Bonds of said Village, not to
exceed in the aggregate the sum of $5,001), on the
27th Day of April, 1885,
At 7.30 p.m., at the Council Chamber of aaid Vil
lage; said bonds to be of the denomination of S500
each, to bear 6 per cent, per annum interest, pay
able semi-annually on the first days of March and
September, Id each rear, until the payment of the
principal thereof; said bonds to bo duo and payable
t.VWl thereof on the first day of March, l'JO.5, and
the remaining f!,5O0 on the first day of September,
1905; said bonds when issued to be taken and paid
for by the purchaser thereof, at such times and in
such sums as the needs of the Village may require,
and the Village Council may direct, by resolution
passed bysa Id Council. Bids for th punhase of
said bonds luay be filed in writing with the Village
Clerk at any time prior to the time above named
for the sale of said bonds; and bids, either verbal
or written, will be received by said Council on said
27th day of April. 1885, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., when
all bonds presented will be sold, subject to the con
ditions heretofore set forth, to the highest and best
By order of Council.
A. Kestke, Mayor.
Attest : H. N. Tatlok, Clerk.
PURSUANT to the commands ot aa execution
of sale issued from the Court of Common Fleas
of Qirk county. Ohio, and to me d free ted and de
livered, I willofftrrfor ea!e at public auction, at
the south door of the courthouse of said county,
in the city of Springfield, Ohio, on
Saturday, April 4. A. D. 1885,
at 1 o'clock p. m., the following described mort
gaged premises, te-wit:
bituated in the county of Clark, state of Ohio
and city of Springfield, and toeing lots numbered
two thousand three hundred and eleren, (2311)
two tbttu,saiid three hundred and tweWe, (2312)
and twe thousand three hundred and thirteen,
(2313) as thesaase appear upon Ldwln L. llouck's
third addition to said city of Springfield, said
premises are appraised atH,0O. I also caused said
real estate to be sub-divided into five separate
tracts, In pursuance of the command of said exe
cution. In such m tinner that there is a house on
each tract, said tracts were appraised sep irately,
the appraisements aid descriptions of the same
being as follows:
Tract No. 1, begins at the southwest corner of lot
No. 2311, and runs thence north with the west line
of said lot; 123 feet more or les to the south line
of a private alley; thence east with said south
line&O feet to the east line of said lot; thence
south with said east line 123 feet more or less to
State street; thence west with the north marginal
line of State stn-et 50 fet to the place of begin
ning. Bald tract is appraised atSlOO.
Tract No. 2, begins at the southwest corner of
lot No. 2312, and runs thence north with ths west
line of said lot 13 feet more or less to a private
all-y; thence east with the south line of said a He v
5j feet to the east line ef said lot; thence south
with said east line 1V3 feet more or less to Mate
street; thence west with the north marginal line
of fetate street 60 feet to the place of beginning,
baid tract is anpralsedat llOOu.
Tract No. 3, begins at the southwest corner ef lot
No. 2313, and runs thence north with the west line
of said lot 123 feet more or less to the south line of
a private alley; thence wast with said south line
St feet to the last line of said lot; thence south
with said fast line 123 feet mote or less to the
north line of State street; thence west with said
north line 50 feet to the place of beginning. Said
tract Is appraised at S300.
Tract Se. 4, begins at the northwest corner of
lot 2311, and runs thence south with the west line
of said lot 38 feet more er less to the north line of
a private alley; thence east with said north line
lot feet to the east line of lot Ne. 2312; i hence north
with said east line 33 feet a ore or less, to the
north line of lot No. 2312: thence west with fhe
north line or aaid lota 100 feet to the place of be
ginning. Said Iran is appraised at $600.
Tract No. 5, begins at the northwest corner of
lot No. 2313, and runs thence south with the
west line of said lot 3S feet more -r less to the
north line of a private alley; thence east with
said north line 50 feet to theeast line of said lot;
thence north with said east line 3S feet more or
less, to thenorth'liaeof said lot; thence west with
said north line SO feet to the place of beginning.
Said tract Is appraised at 400.
The above described premises will be offered in
the separate tracts, as described above, and as a
whole, and will be sold the way that will realize
the most money.
b'ald above premises to be sold by order of the
Court of Common Pleas of (.lark county, Ohio,
in case No. 7523, wherein James 1 . Butler is plain
tiff, and J. R. Ptewart and ethers are defendants.
Terms of ba!e Cash.
WILLIAM 6. BAKER,
SherifT lark County, Ohio.
A. H. Gillxtt. Attorney for riaintitf.
SALE OK BONDS.
OTICi: Is hereby given tkat the city of Bprlngt
uuu. uiiiu, win uuci iui baic sat tun sJiiutrs
d best bidder at the Council chamber in slid
Tuesday, the 28th day of April A. D. 1885,
at 8 o'clock p. ni., one bond of said city to the
amount one thousand (11,100) dollars, said bond to
be of the denomination of fl.OuO, to bear 6 per
cent, per annum interest, payable semi-annually,
at the office cf the i ity treasury, in this city, or at
the Importers' andTrad relational bank in New
Yerk city, at the option of the holder thereof,
on ihe first d yn of March and September in eanh
year until the payment ef t be principal thereof,
bald bo id to be a coupon bend, and to be Is-ued for
tbepurioM of ebtai log the means for tLe con
struction ef the main sewer on Plum street, In
Plum s reel sewer strict, or sewer district No. 5,
and to pay interest ou bonds. Said bond to be due
and payable the 1st day of September. 18'J4, and
when sold is to b$ taken and paid for bv the pur
chaser thereof, at the office ef the city treasury In
this city within fifteen (15) davs from the day of
Bids for the purchase of said bond maybe filed
in writing with the city clerk at anr fine prior to
the tiuiw above nam d for the sale of said bond,
and Mds, either verbal or in writing, will be re
ceived on said 28th day of Atril, at 8 o'clock
p. ru., wht?n all bids will t e consider d by the eity
couucll, and said bond will be sold at not less than
Sar value and accrued interest, subject to thecon
itlons heretofore set forth, to the highest and best
bidder. By order of council.
J. S. SHEWALTEB, City Clerk.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
Friday and Saturday, March 7 & 28.
Matinee Saturday at 2 P. M.
Arthur Behan's Superb C.
Angnstin Daly's Famous Success,
Direct from Daly's Theatre, Mew York City
A Beautiful and Refined Comedy!
The Instant Sensutlon or every City and
Town In Europe and America.
A Powerful and Selected Company, the like of
which have never been eeea a any. stage at one
IN UNPARALLELED SUCCESS!
aaPSale of Seats aow open at the usual place.
ORAM) OPENING OF
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
April 1, 2. and 3.
NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY.
We are prepared to show several new ahapea.
made especially tor ua.
So VERE, and
Ask to see them. All are kindly luvlted. No
O. XI. m-rr-: TnqTT a - Tr
No. 19 East Main Stre.U
MAVERICK NATIONAL BANK
Accounts of Banks, Bankers and JJercan
tile firms received, and any business con
nected with banking solicited.
London correspondent, City Bank, "Lim
ited." Asa P. Pottkb, Free. J. W. Work. Cash.
FRED H. FREY
Is prtpared to Iiy paremeits. and furnish er
fry thing in the line of Art. fie 111 SUne. Keeps
on hand a stock of the best
Just freshly imported, and of guaranteed parity.
Terms as liberal as the best work and best mate
rials can be afforded.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PAUL A. STALEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
and Mechanical Expert.
Patent Business Exclusively. Fat ants So
U cited. Boom 8. Arcade Balldlac
TO the qualified electors of the city of Spring
You are hereby notified that an election will be
Monday, April 6th, A. D. 1885,
at the respect! re places of holding elections, in
the sereral wards of said city, for the purpose of
choosing the following municipal officers. tIx.:
Mayor, tor the term of two yrars.
Marshal, for the term of two years.
City solicitor, for the term of two years.
Street co miwioner,fr ihe term of two years.
One water works trustee, to serre three years.
One member of city council for the 1st ward.
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One member of the board of education for the
One member of the board ef education fer the
One member of the board of education tor the
One membfr of the board of education for the 3d
ward, to serve for the unexpired term of B. F.
One member of the board of education for the
Oie member of the beard of education for the
4th ward, to serve for the unexpired term of Joseph
One member of the board of education for the
One member of the board of education for the
One member of the board of education for the
One member of the board f education for the
One member of the board ot education for the
8th ward, to serve for the unexpired term ot Sam
uel F. McGrew.
One member of the board of education for the
One assessor for the 1st ward.
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In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed
mv name and caused the seal of said citv to be
affixed this 26th dar cf March. A. V 1885.
CHAKLES W. CONSTANITNE.
Mayor of the citv of Springfield, O.
NOTICE is herebv given that the followloj reso
lution has txen adopted, regulating the trans
portation of burdens over the free turnpike roads
of Clark Count j, Ohio:
Kesolved, That it shall be unlawful for anr per
son or persons, firm or corporation, either bv
themseUes or tcent to transport between the 15th
davot November and the 15th dar of May of each
Tear, over the free turnpike or gavellrd roada of
Clark Couutv,Ohio,ln anr vehicle, a burden of more
than twi thousand and hve hundred pounds, pro
Tided that whenever thesald roadiare sufficiently
dry or frozen to bear up burd ns of greater weight
than is herein specified; then. In that case, the
restriction to a burden of two thousand and five
hundred pounds shall not be lu force.
Bv order of the Board or Turnpike Directors of
Clark OiuntT, Ohio.
J. 8. KITCHEN, President.
O. F. Suviss, Clerk.
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Jf i ? " Mental Derail fcetnet.i, rmalorrh-i-a, I m potency nd all affections of tn Kidnejt
and 0nrailve Onjan. with th mou jrramylnjr resulm.
saved toe live arm ratoril the tisaiti, vf itinniiii.L u h
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tneir days In lunatic asylums or have sunk, into premature
in . uuw""wpcr mis iuii wnere it win aotne monpood. Dave tnereiorc naa u pump in
pill rorm.B4 astound it throaab the mail in plain wrappers, tree from observation, to all partof tne world.
Hundreds of testimonials o( positive curt of rases wbicb hare ren pronounced incurable, are now
in ray office, which were accomplished solely by the use of the KI.VB TilSIC. Alarjreand varied experi
ence eatisnes me that no medicine known to the profeiun will restore lott vitality more rapidly and perma
nently than this. E very form of ervom Weakne. epecllly that of the Generative Onraiis, such as
J perm a tor rh if a, FrofttatorrlxvA, Irnpotency, etc., I completely cured bvit. and often by a single box. Below
Is an Indomementof it by tbeditiniruiohed editor of Hk.lth aih Huvk, Dr. Hale, who knows of ita virtues
by having used it so successfully lu bis own large and lucrative practice.
SINGLE BOX, SI .OO ; SIX BOXES, $6.00.
Address DR. CARSON, 723 Twelfth Street, Washington, D. C.
VTe have known Dr. Carson for several year. anJ we
be literally true; in fsct, in oar own bands the Ionic has
Is an honest and reliable physician.
A fresh stock of best quality dusters. All select, split
feathers, which never break. Now for sale at
lower prices than ever.
CHAS. LUDLOW, Druggist.
T. M. GUGENHEIM.
STIFF, SOFT I SILK ITS,
DUNLAP'S, STETSON'S &c.
Now Ready at
T. M. CUCENHEIM'S.
N. B. We still have a feir Terr fine Sear Skin, Plab, Trivet ud Silk
Cloaks en band, which we Trill sell at greatly reduced prices, and 11 desira
ble on easj payments.
Jk v Is Superior to all other, and our Ssft Coal equal t any.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
410 WEST MIKT STREET.
R. P. Willis & Son,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
This preparation contains the Invigorating proporties of
Quinine, with the softening qualities ot Glycerine.
It promotes a healthy and rapid growth of, and prevents the
hair from tailing out.
Ladies will find this also an elegant preparation for ordinary
toilet use. Put up in 50c and $1 bottles. Prepared only by
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
No. 23 East: Main Street.
I-.. T. KLTOIKHrsr,
Praotioal Machinist and General Job Shop.
Repairs on all kinds of Machinerv done on phort not ire. S) trial atteatfca
elven to repairs on Stationary and Farm Engines, Kill Work. Gearirr. MtaillMr
Hangers, Pulleys and Experimental Machinery or ail descriptions. BiaeksalUK
Infr, etc. W ork promptly attended to, prices ret tenable, aid satisfaction fmar
anteed. Office and Works, 66 and 68 East Washington Strict, ftpringleMjOei.
Telephone No. 346.
trftonretitrttof Oiiktwi tUZt
JiUleln HHitirv orutuA-
tng tedt find fhe
WANTED A FARM MYORBEFOBE APKIL
91 h. Musi be (rem 1C0 to 2H0 acres, we'l im
proved, withia six miles of the cltr. Call at Re
HTANrfcD A GOOD GlKL KoK Gr.IsKKlL
IT housework, to co to i elletontiine. O. Bet
ereoce required. Inquire at Si 2i. Chafer at.
WAITED A GIKL WHO UNUEKSTANIM
coaklDZ. washing and ironiag. Ciil at No.
it W. High 6t.
lTANTtD-A GOOD GEP.UAN UIRL TO DO
IT gt neral housework. Inquire al No. 213 N.
WANTED LAOIE-I AND GENTLEMEN IN
cltr or country to take light work at their
own homes; 13 to It easilv made; work sent bv
mall; no canvassing. We have a goo-1 demand
for oar work and tnrnish steadv employment.
Address, with stamp, Crown M'l'j Conipanv,
294 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
WASTED OLD IKON. COITER, BRASS
line leal, rajs, rubber. Nines, etc.; will pay
cash. J. W. McAdoo, 72 Winter street, bpripg
fllEACHERSMAKE 170 TO 1150 PER MONTH
1 selling our Standard Books A Bib es. bteady
work for spring and summer. Address J. C Mc
Curdy A Co.. Cincinnati. O.
1 hurt never lot a patient
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Ut. IkllVt l-"ll VI BIT 1JI1JVTB J Satfc.TVMST. II . C CUUW4
grave. I am now givint; up the active practice
belp.wGakl hive ended
Washi-cgto. D. C. Maw ISth, 1W4.
know what be states in the above advertisement to
done machmort than th Doctor claim for lu lie
W. II. IIAI.K, M. I).,
Editor Health jd Uomk
"Quaker Styles" perfectly fast and reliable
BY ALL DRY GOODS DEALERS.
.NTED TO BUY A GOOD HOBSE. CALL
on a. A. Morris, 20 S. Market.
WANTED PUriLS ON THE PIANO OK OR
gan;'J.5cts. a lesson. Inquire at 5fi East Co
MOU RENT-2 NICE ROOMS, FURNI-HED OR
J1 unfurnished. 3 squares from postoffice. Call al
FOR P.EST IIOISE WITH S RlJw, lo
cated at No. 23 Clifton street. Inquire of Thos.
F. MtGiew, at Mad River Bank.
FOR RENT-DESIRABLE BRICK HOUSB OF
12 rooms, large lot, tr es and shrubbery, rent
low to desirable tenant. Apply to Tcos. W. Bean.
21 South Limestone.
POK RENT-APRIL 1VT, 18.-S.S7 WEST 1CUL
f berry street, house with eijtht sood rooma. For
particulars see or adJrets J. E. HKrriLriBoaa.
FOR S U.E-TWO GOOD MILCH COWS, ONE
full blood and one half Jersey. Call at 107 So..
Yellow Springs street, Chas. B. traii.