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THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 5 1885. EIGHT PAGES.
OUR NE-VR NEIGHBORS-
TUB LOCAL noXI.OS I.VKIlt Willi
A l);lon Moihrr Crurllj l)firt Hrr
Babe In k Hallway Car at Xt-nli A Hu
man Unite at IlillMMim ll'r slaugh
ter at OIotoin-A Forcir Arre-letl at
CedarTtllr Tlie ttnitr NtiiSKlnc at
London CrouUeduc at O.lmrn, lu
Which aspriugllelt! I.jit r-nr .
The travelioc public and citnens centrally
at the Little Miami depot at Xenis Wednes
day aftercoo", were t sidcrably interested
in the welfare ol a little wait, a two weeks
old girl baby, found asleep under a news
paper on the Dajtcn train, where it hil ben
left by its heartlcsi mother.
The parties who left the little innocent.
were an old lady and a young oni, the latter
perhaps not more than 20 years old. They
boarded the train at the Third street depot,
Dayton, the elder lady havirg the baby un
der her shawl. They seated themselves on
ihe north ide of the rear car near the back
door, bnt chanced over to the olher fide
where they were seated whtn the train ar
rived in Xenia, leaving the babe on the oppo
site side. A brakeaian was at the rear door
'when the womt n pot off the trtin, but did not
notice the babe at the time in tact, did not
know that they had such an article
with them, although he had noticed
that the eld lady bad sometfiiug
oder ber shawl as she boarded the train.
Both the women were drfs-ed in snmaer
clothes, presumably to pie tlem the appear
ance of being joor. but Lieutenant Zwiesler
is ot the opinion th.it these clotbes were
msrely slipped over their other an I finer
dresses, and that when tl.ej pot off in Xenia
they hastily retired to a fecluded spot, and
there cast off the shabby attire. Who the
women were is not knows, but an effort will
be made to ascertain the names of the child's
parents. The waif is a bright looking white
child, and apparently about a week old.
It was taken off the tram at Xenii and
turned oter to Mrs. Sanfcrd, wile ofthesu
pe rintendent of the tcetaurant, who fed and
took care of it for the time being. The little
baby was wrapped in a ladies' red flannel
undsrskirt, about which a (ray shawl wath a
fringe and black border had been placed to as
Lot to be Lotictd. A rewspaper was covered
OTer the teat, and th child would probably
not bare been discovered had it not been lor
the fact that it began crying shortly after the
train reached Xenia. Tl us it attracted the
attention of the passengers, and they at once
nade an investigation.
Mrs. Ellis, wife of Engineer Wm. Ellis, heard
of the babe and having no childten, asked
that it be given to he.- to adopt. This was
done before the trustees could t heard
frem and it is satisfactorily settled all around
that she is to keep it.
Search for the missing woman bat been go
ing on ever since by the police in both Xenia
and Dayton. But for the sake of the little
child it would be better to let the matter drop
as Mrs. Ellis will make an ticellent mother
At Hillsboro last Thursday a seventeen-year-old
chap named Jeffries, living one mile
west of Hillsboro, caught a Luiby-tailed shep
herd dog belonging to a neighbor, aturated
its tail with turpentine, and then set fire to
it. The tortured brute streaked it for home,
and was beading straight for a large barn on
his master's premises when discovered by
some men who succeeded in catching him be
fore reaching the barn, thus preventing a di -astrous
fire. Jeffries was arrested by Mar
shal Roads, and his day ol trial set, but when
the time came to open, the defendent was
non est and has not turned up yet.
Passenger train Xo. 8. on the Springfield
branth, coming north on Tuesday night, hav
ing on board a large number of passengers
for whom the train bad waited until after the
Opera at Xenia, collided with loar horses near
Oldtown. The animals belonged to Jos.
Cromwell, the miller, and had got on the
track and ran ahead of the engine until they
came to the bridge aad could go no further.
The train stopped at Oldtown and had not
become fairly started when the horses were
reached, but engineer Liviagston did not see
them until be was right on them and too late
to stop. He reversed his engine and put on
the brakes, however, which soon bronght the
train to a stand, but not before the engine
had given several lunges as it about to leave
the track, and the passengers were well
frightened. Some of the hones wtre not
killed outright and ware finished up by pas
sengers who shot them one, however, was
ground to mince met. Three of the horses
were blooded colts and very valuable.
Lieutenant Zwitsler, of Dayton, on Wed
nesday arrested Lewis Shingledecker at his
borne two miles north of Cedarville, Greene
county, on a warrant, charging the accused
with forgery. Shingledecker is sharped
with forging a note for $30 on K II. Bran-
noa, of Oaborn, on November 1 1th. 18S3,
He had bought a horse of Mrs Barkman, of
Osborn, and gave the aboie note in part pay
ment. The note wa3 not discovered to be a
forgery until recently. The warrant for his
arrest was procured by Mr. Adam Blocker, of
Shingledecker is married and lived on the
farm of W. H. Barber, two miles from Cedar
Tille. He seemed to be comfortably fixed,
with Louse rent and fuel free, and the free
use of two cows. lie made no statement or
explanation, but plead guilty and was bound
over to court.
London, 0., April 1. The long-looked for
cocking-main was inaugurated bere tonight.
Just outside the corporate limit3 of the city a
large paTillion tent was erected, aud here
twe or threejhundrcd luvet3 of the sport from
all sections of the State are constantly on the
qui Tive. Delegations are here from Cincin
nats, Columbus, Springfield, Cirtleville,
Cbillicothe, Delaware, I'rbana and Washing
ton C. H. Each city is also represented by
chickens of blood, and money to back them.
The betting tonight was spirited, with olds
in favor of Cincinnati birds,
Six battles were fought betweei Cincin
nati, Circlevillc and Columbus birds, Cin
cinnati winning three. Three thousand dol
lars changed bands at eleven o'clock. The
tent held 285 foreign sports. The tourna
ment will be continued tomorrow night, and
will wind up with a local glove contest. Jfo
The citizens o' Osborn have been consider
ably excited over what is reported as an at
tempt to black-mail an old citizen, Jacob G.
Davis, aged about 70 years. It appears that I
about 1872 Thomas B. Davis, brother of the
above named, and bis wife started west on a
visit, but before going went to his brother
Jacob and placed between $11,000 and $12,
000 worth of Government bonds in bis keep
ing tc bold for him until his return, being an
Extra tine h-ind-sewed and turned French
Kid SI oes, of the fatneus LVnd, SchiAier Sc
Mi'chell make the finest iii the world
Elegantly constructed of the choicist inite
lials, handsome and perfect fittirg. A full
line just opened.
The tastefully beaded Slippers for Ladies
Ix-cause of their graceful shape and beauty of
They are made of the finest quality of Fiench
Misses' fine Shoos have been as much a
specialty with u as Ltdies', and we are now
stowing a dainty hand-turned French kid
dress shoe lor Misses that was never sui pissed.
They aie from the factories of Hough .t
Ford, and are real beauties.
eccentric old man ncd a'ra'd of the banks.
As soon as he retuneJ from the West he
called upon his brother and rectited his
bonds in good shape. Mioitly after Thomas
wife died, and, after living the life of a wid
ower a short time, he married a young wo
man, whom, it was said, aJmired Inm for the
money he poc sed. Ativr litin with the
old man a short tire the youn wi'e desnted
him and commenced pro-eedmgs for idimo
ny, in ihe Common Picas Court of Clark
county, thiir mariiace batng taken lUce in
that county. In 1S77 Tbonvs Ditis nude a
will, entirely ignnricg ih" ttuint wile in it,
and soon after tb s be cKd. Nothing was
said about the bjnds in the mil a id nolody
knew what had become of tl em.
One day last month as ranker aptarrj in
Osborn, and claimed to be a II. S. Detective.
He accused eld man Dun of s cidirg
his brothel's bond-", and alter
a great amount ol tak aid blnst" r succeeded
in getting the old man to a just;ce cilice to
make oath to bit statements comernug the
binds, as be denied bating taken ititrn.
Finally a'ter a great deal of protestirg by
the old gentleman a proposition fir compio
mi'e was made; the old man i Miring $1 500,
but the detective demanded 5-3.000. The
old gentleman then offered to give his note
for the la ter amonnt, but the detective re
fused to give bis name, and did not know to
whom the notes should be made payable, and
concluded to let the matter drop until he
could consalt with his accomplices. In the
mean time the lriends "of Mr. Davis sus
picioned something wrong, and Le was finally
induced to asake known his trouble. The
local press in the vicinity say that he was ad
vised to consult with J. K. Mower, of
Springfield, whs was sent for, bat upon his
arrival it was found that he was in the em
ploy of the deceased brother s wife, who was
in the scheme te bleed the aid man. Attor
ney Winans, of Xenia, was summoned, who
advised the eld man to staad suit, aad as this
was supposed to put an cud to tbe scheme.
the attorney left, not txptCicg to hear from
it again. Bat on Stu " y of last
week, Winans was aia ee.1 el to
Osborn, and oa foicf to tie
plscs learned that another attempt was bvisf
made te indnce the eld man to give up bis
moaey. Tan time nis oecaasea or oiuer ki
ond wife was there in person and with her
was a detective whe cjald give his name,
which was Kounti, and his home was at
Miamisburg, Montgomery connly. Winans
had an interview with the Miamisburg man
and sn learned it was the same tdd scheme
being worked by new persoas. They were
willing to compromise the case lor f3,000(
although the sto'.ea (?) bonds amounted to
near $12,000. He inlormed the party that
he weuld have preferred to prosecute them,
but Mr. Davis did not want to go te law aa
less really necessary, and if they desisted
they would be allowed to ge, bnt if they
bothered the old maa any more he would
commence criminal proceedings against the
whole party. They said something about not
allowing themselves to be blnffed, and then
disappeared, and it is expected they will drop
The notes which had been fixed up for the
old man to sign were divided np into small
amounts, so as they conld have been divided
bad the scheme succeeded.
It was learned that Tkomas Davis disposed
of all the bonds himself, and some of the
money derived from them was paid to his
wife for alimony.
The second wile, lormerly Miss Lorenze,
abore mmtiontd, tesidss in this city, aad was
married to Thoj. B. Davis some years ago.
The case occapied considerable attention
at the time and is well-known to our
citizens. Mr. Mower was called to Osborn
in behalf of Mis. Davis, as her agent, and
wa3 interested only ia being informed of the
fact shouli any assets belonging to Thos.
Davis be discovered, as Mrs. Davis, notwith
standing the will, is aole heir to Davis' per
sonal property, and hence to what ever assets
may be discovered. It appears somewhat
suspicious that the old geatleman should be
willing to compromise by paying $3,000 if be
knew nothing about tbe bonds. Tbe agents
of Mrs. savis and the detective have the
numbers of the bonds and are engaged in
working every clae to the missing prop-rty.
Knights of PTthlns.
Bro. E. A. Cain, who has been living in
Lima, O., for two years, has sold out his busi
ness and returned here. He and his wife
were welcome guests at the social last Wednes
The regular meeting of Moncrieffe Lodge,
No. 33, was nsld last Friday evening, at
which time three strangers were initiated,
and will be proved in the Etquite rank next
The hour of meeting of Moucrieffe loige is
now 8 o'clock, commencing April 1st and
continuing until September 1st.
The reception room of Mo. 44 has, without
exception, the finest emblematic ceiling to be
found. Sir Knights Melking and Ridgeley
did the work, end have the thanks of the
Sir Knight A. L. Guthrie, of Division 44,
attended the social last Wednesday evening,
leaving for his home In Wirehester, Indiana,
Frie'ay morning, from which place he will
start next Wednesday on an extended west
ern trip, for his health, and with a view ol
locating in business, He will go as far as
San Francisco and his retnra will depend on
whether he regains his health. He has the
best wishes of all the Brothers, with wham
he is very popular.
Sir Knight J. B. Fellowes hts recovered
sufficiently from his illness to attend to his
Bro. W. B. Clark has been suffering for
tbe past wtek with an attack of neuralgia.
Tne basket sociil of Division 44 last
Wednesday evening was a great success,
FINE HOES AND
wh'eh we have taken much pride in handling
ornamentation, will still le found in our slocK.
kid, the beads in deign on the upper being of
THE PEOPLE'S SHOE DEALERS,
SO South IMarlcet'SU.,
ROUSE & PARSONS.
Ad the stock from my former store, No 8 South filark&t street to my
new and commodious quarters,
44 South Market
I can now, with an extensive and varied stock
LARGEST LINE OF Be III
Attractive shapes in Fine Queensware and Glass; a' e
F.ench China, American Ch na, iVleskin's &l.ite W re,
bourne in Sets, handsome Vases and Policy Cups aud Sau
t i uniim a
i. j.muNHnHN, 44ouuin
there being one hundred Sir Anights and in
viied guests present.
Champion City Division So. 41 will have
their regular business meeting next Wednes
day evening. A lull atfendince is desired.
Sir Knight Crater had the pig find up in
fii.e style. Some of the lettets wer. missing,
but llro. U aver os iady wiih au explana
tion. Champion Ci y Divisioa Xo. 44 has now
the fiutsi quarters for their purpose of any
D.vision in Ohio. The drill room is band
eimely pijered and fine curtains bung at the
riadowi. A door has betn cut between the
Urge and small room, w.'ikh connects tbe
two, making it very convenient.
fatiiott. Oiit.rSona or America.
Last Friday evening teii g regular Council
night, witnessed a very light attendance at
asual to this the most Important meeting ol
the Ordsr howv,r an exceedingly Interesting
aad impnrtaat meating was beli and tha de
gree conferred npon one applicant.
All mcmb-TS of tae H . B. F. are hereby re
queued to be cure to attend Xo. 44 at next
meeting as it is very important that they
A new Camp at the Order located at Xenia
is n find fact. It has bten kept very quiet
from all members in this city but from the
last issue of the "Gamp News" we see such is
the fact and the instituting credited to State
and District Officers, but really to whom
and where Is one of the things unable to" be
We learn with pride that that veteran
worker Bro. Frank V. Hendley, of Camp 7,
has been appointed Senior Physician fir the
Cincinnati Hospital for the yer 1885-86
Success Frank, in your new field of duty.
AUwho want to parliclpito In the Denver
excursion in June next should notify the Xa
tional Secretary at once, in order to secure
the benafit of reduced transportation and
hotel rates already seemed.
And still the membership of the Mortuary
Beaefit Fund increases with very lew assess
ments. Camp 51 is stagt-itruck, and as a result
has male all necessary arrangements for the
produc ion in the near future at a rather
anique and comical aksurdi'y, designed as an
expose of the Inner workingi cf seciet soci
eties entitltd ' Initiating a Candidt.e," which
can be made a grand bit.
All members of Washiugton Camps, Xo.
44 and 51, are requested to meet at their hall
on Monday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
As tbeic seemed to be same misunderstand
ing, caused probably from ii. sufficient notice,
nil members were nut appraised at the last
meeting of the change of meeting night and
hall, so it now again announced that Hope
Lodge, Xo. C, Secret Leagae, will kerea'ttr
meet on Wednesday evenings of each and
every week in Fri.d's Hall, over Xo. 6, East
It is important that svery member should
be rresent at uext meeting as the sertifieaies
in tba W. .t O. B. and 8. B. Funds hava been
received and will ba ready for disnbatioc.
All persons having bad the necessary med
ical examination are reqnrsied to be present
for receiving the degree at tbe next meeting;
also all con'emplating joining the order un
der the reduced rates ot the charter fee, aro
requested to apply to Dr. Barry for examina
tion before that time, as the charter list will
be closed on anl after the next meeting.
The are now about twenty-five applicants
who have successfully parsed tbe necessary
examination, and will be present next
Wtdnesday evening, with several wards,
townships and precincts yet to be heard from.
In fact. Dr. Barry has had considerable ot an
increase of business in this connection dur
ing the past few days, with prospects of no
letting np for the present.
The idea of J. II. Kcote asking for Repub
lican votes I Ho is th. man who took John
Shipman's place in the Conncil when Ship
man was made postmastsr. Knote is the
man who has had his name presented to
every Republican cauccs held in the 2nd
War tor the last five years, ( wice in 1883)
with the exception of this year. In 1884,
after his defeat ia the caucus, be worked at
the polls tar John Funk and tbe Democratic
ticket, and helped to defeat the Republican
nominee. This year he askad Republicans to
support him in tha caucus agaiast Frof.
Priace, but was told it would cot do, that no
Republican wanted anything to do with him,
and that is the reason his name was not pre
sented at that caucus. Th It-publican who
will vote for su"b a mm must he terribly
"bard up," or is blind to the btst interest ot
the Ward and the party.
For Mer, our stock of fine hand-sewed light weight Shoes for Sp-inc and Summer wear is
unsurpassed, audembractsall detinible styles in Knnpiroo, French Cal', Patent Leather and
Kid. In lilt department of our trade wa ate almost entire'- without competition, our sleek
Iwing nearly or quite equal in quality to our on n custom work.
date my many custemers.
II.i-o li.il! I!lf".
The numb rs of tbe Diyion teini for l-i
are reporling for du-y. They are Wiu.
Schwanz, ev-dtclnnaii Union, Jue Miuon, i
Cincinnati.Wm. Mucins, Buikbardt, furmcrly
of Uuskegon, Coogin, John?toa, Pj.,Odv3on,
of the iiimiltons, Sxton, Milwaukee, Ri.
Jones, Cinciuaiti Unions, HcCuuley, Indiau
ap li. Tbe Daytoa Jourcnl says: 'Mr.
Fisher. ' Springfield, aaxi ul to btgin the
season, imrofdiately desires to play aa txbi
bi'ion game in Sarinfi II Tue.-diy aud
another ia Djyton aa WednesJav. Ha baa
teen accepted, and tba Daylou taaia will b-'
filled with Djytoa materal until the legulir
men report." Mausger Barclay meets Mr.
Fisher in 3pringfi.il on tha 15'h ot April, to
arrange a schedule of games tor the Iater
Harry Fisher has the Sprinjfisld team
mads up, bjt is waiting rsctive aou6ca
lion of approval from the National Leagae
Committee, which met ia Philadelphia last
nigh', before; giviag the name oat tor publi
cation. He guarantees it is "one ot tb?
Tha members ot the Texas colany ha'.d a
meeting last evening at King's office 6 Ksst
Mai a street, at which most ot the members
were present. The society now numbers
tbirty-sevea and is eeing'angmsnted by new
members at each meeting. Soma vary inter
esting information obtained through the week
was given to the meeting and steps were
taken for p 'sbing the organization mar. rap
idly. The regular public meelings are sti'.l
held each Wednesday evenenirg at 22 Wet
JeBerson street, at which tbe plans of tbe so
ciety are fully discussed and inducements
offered are laid folly before the public. The
movers in the enterprise ara pursuing their
object with a zeal and persistency that is
worthy of success. The members are en
thusiastic and the Texas fever seems to le
spreading with great rapidity tbrouf heut the
Mr. Maico Morrow, a rising yeung elocu
tionist ot this city, gave some very acceptable
readings at the Christian church social, held
in tbe church last Thursday evening. The
selections wtre made with unusually good
judgment, and were rendered in a manner
which elicited tba heartiest applause from
those present. It is to le taped that early
opportunity will be given Mr. Morrow far
giving some ot bis readings befare a larger
audience. Although yeung, and having
many obstacles to overcome, Mr. Morrow has
already reached a degree of profieiency in his
art which i truly remarkable ander th cir
cumstances, and this fact, as well as the mer
its ol his readings, entitles him to kindly
Mrs. Cora B. MeFsrlana. of Walker, Mo.;
Miss Effie Brown aad Miss Ruth Barville, of
Bainlridge, 0., are the gnestsef Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Mercer, at 34S South Limestone street.
A Il.raarkable E.rape.
Mrs. Mars A. Dailay, at Tunkhaaneck, Pa ,
was afllicted for six years with Asthma ani
Bronchiiis. daring which time tba btst physi
cians conld give no relief. Her life was de
spaired o', nntil in last October sha procured
a Bottle ot Dr King's Mew Discovery, when
immediate relief was felt, and by continuing
its use for a short time she was completely
cured, gaining in flesh 50 lbs. in a few months.
Free trial bottles at this certain cure of all
Throat and Long Diseases at Chas. Ludlow's
Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00
Tli.se nee Solid Facta.
The best blood purifier aad system regula
tor ever placed within the reach ot suffering
humanity, truly is Electric Bitters. Inactivi
ty of tb Liver, Biliousness, Jaundice, Con
stipation, Weak Kidneys, or any disease of
the nrinary argaus, or whoever requires an
appetizer, tonic or mild etimalant, will always
find Electric Bitters the best and omy cenain
enre known. Tkey act surely and quickly,
every bottle guaranteed to give entire satis
faction or money refunded. Sold at fifty
cents a bottle by Chas. Ludlow.
liocklen. Arnica Salve.
The best -salve in the world tor Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satis action, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
Lid'es I) irgn'a Bu.ton SV.,e, bat d kw.iI
and turned. Th--e are oft as glow kid ai d
hive n mi.cli ruber apjeir.ince. Wl ere p r
fect ene and leau'y of style are desirei1, tile
DoDguIu will be found -ii-icricr. A Iarj.c
stock just rtcemil.
For Children we have rot Med n str-ks
lirge and varied that we can safely say ther-
is no style of shoe ten may disire for your
child that will rot te found in our establish
ment, from the fini st dress slice to ordinary
of good?, better accom-
Word ua' sent to iftt-pair l houebr some
nmk-t mnii e rly Itn m rnin, that li y
hii seen Mie detd b Jy if n nun lying near
Warder'-" n ir ery. oil Em II .in sue t. The
na;o'i na run out ihere in i hurry, but no
body, deid or Mive, was bun 1.
Rev. I. II Liretrj, IVeiilent ot the Ameri
can College, at Sui tiao, Ctiili, vill deliver a
lecture en the Mance-s Customs ard Social
Lite ot ihe catital ot Ciil , ia St. Paul U. E
eburchoj u xt Jim lay evening, April 6tb,
at 8 p b. idini-si.'ii tree ind no collection.
All ure mujt cordially iaviteJ t'i attend.
SUDAT UI.U1IE lltfUIlLIC.
Fast Time tt Vw York.
Under the chd 1 oa Pan Handle Ri'i
way, takiag affect Apr I 5tb, a uw tnst train
is placed lu servite betwstn Cincmniti and
"Jew York, wuh direct conneciisn from
Sprlngflell, le.vinghera it 8:40 a. ri.. ar
riving st Xew York S:C0 a. m. text day.
Pavseagers csn alu leave Spiit.field at
8:35 p. as., making imraeditte c nneciiou st
Xenia wiih the celebraied Day Express, ar
riving at Xew York S.40 p. m , or with the
fsmeus "Limited," arriving at Xew York
6 55 p. m. next day.
Pollmans Drtwiu- R ui Slee(igcisrun
through from Cincincitl to Xew York on all
trains named above ind accommodations will
be reserved by telgraph upon apphca'ions to
J. l. nines, Ticket Agent, Pan Handle Route,
Immense bcrgnin at the Xc7 Yotk 5
10 ceul store 56 Arc'de.
D ni't fall to visit th. 5 and 10
On Thursday, Friday and J-aturday, Sth.
lath and 11th at Mrs. M. A. Richard a beau
tiful assortment of patterns, bonnets and bts
in sll tbe latest designs. All are cordially in
vited, 20 Est Mriu itteet, Mrs. 51. A. Rich
ards. Tinware, hardware, notions, toys, and the
best value in le and jewelry ner thown
now at the Xe YcrL J aud 10 int store,
Bargain. birgaii','thouj4nds of useful ar
ticles at hull tht usutl prices at the Xew Yuik
5 aad 10 cent st -re, 56 Arcade.
I Ji1 . llAWsgw;-eBae'sBSa-saaassss3xsasaaa
bU-iISr.-v-l KOOV WITH DWEIX-
lrc ttUche., on corner Uain and Jacksi.n
i-rcts. apply to E. K. Ilol-eapllltr, 74 East
FOR RENT HOUSE SINRI.E BRICK lIllUsB
and stable. o. 161 E. Ili,h -t , will l.e fur rent
Ma- 1st, 9 room mud I h-ilU. In guod repair and
splendid loeatloa. Terms -M -wr uionth. Inquire
Ho.m 14 arcade, over r. en
AWTED-TAII.ORE3S, GOOD APW-Y AT
300 W. WAahiagun ilreet MonJty.
Forij years At 37 Court Place, now at
BOSH rOCCtWll, no ttacuvs m
'art U Xbi
CfiggOTtT d KXUAI, DIS-
Spermatorrlx and Impotenoy,
U Ul TMVlt It Mif ftbM U JMltli. Kintal CICWMI !o D-
fcrw ?:. .r.tkw mmm, Bui rrpdaeiBf ontf T tftl
feantf ?! Hrr.iwM, Sn!aIFmiaiioDi (atMmi!
asSaiiB b drwmi). DliBT)M f Sictt, Dclrtrtivt MtmeirT Pfc
fleal Daytt lUnulMoa ?, J(TtB toSoeitt fFtma n,
ORrDilnii tf He, t tf Sfiua-i lovr tctta-Strieg
nurrttf iiKFrrwr r niht Pf , arc tbortrtjub 7 n1 pfrm-tie-ntl
eard. BXPHIIj 18 f-1-11! eord tti a"
-sElilS-- -- -.. Gonorrhea,
GLEET BtHetort. OrcBitit Herat (-or EopUif,
ril and oifcsjT prtttM AIb-mms quick!; earL
It i i-eir ati-iM tfcat a phy aicHa wbo rt p!aJ atntS ja
to a sertala c!aua of diMaM aad irtatia; ibooiaada ttnn
sitly. ncqal'ti ftrtat ekUt. Fbytieians knowing tblt fact of-at
recommend perpni t toy tart Then It la tneonTfnlcfit to
Tiait the eiiy furirwunent. medicine can latent pmatajlj
acd Mft-1- by icail ar ezprcaa anjwnare.
Unres -Utiaranteca in ail -uoaos
Cotitu utieaa ra-awnallr or br letter free and Inrlted.
Ct-g reasoaable and correondeaee ptii-Uj con33antiaL
Of SOOpase-i, wnttoany a-Jdre-ti, -rcurel ated, for thirty
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin ;
and nobody has ever told
her hovr ,easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
flpq iii THF PITY
mil m Hit ul .
3 8&wrE,r &t
I have this day sold to Chapman Coal Co., (Miners and Shippers
of Jackson Hill Coal) my entire coal Interest in Springfield, Ohio; also,
good will of my business and trade, and will remain with them in their
Springfield Office for the present.
Thanking you kindly for your business in the past I request the con
tinuance of your trade with the new firm for the future.
Mr. J. S. Judson, my former book-keeper, will also remain with the
new firm. Yours respectfully,
Soringfield, 0., April 1, 1885. E. S. KELLY.
OHCA.FLCUT COAL CO,
Oucrestor to :. S. KFI.LY.)
DEALERS IN COAL & COKE.
Principal Office, 21 E. High. Branches: Plum St, Ohio So. Yarf.
II.miiirimnliasMi Mr. E. S. Kelly's coal interest in Springfield, Ohio, we
Kiml'j Milicit the i-oiiliiiiiiince of tour orders. Producing nothing hut Jackson
Hill eon I oup-ehest e eim cnarantre jou Hie best arid a real tliat will be uniform
in fiiiiiUI). Will al-o iMiiille nil other kinds or COAL xnil COKE, I1K0OKS,
II0CK1MJ. M'XliAY C'UEEK, lll,0SMtl'K(J, or PIEDMONT SMUHIXtt COAL
ami A.NTIIISACITE. KeMifctiullv,
Sitriiigllelit, P., April 1, !$;. CHAPMAN COAL CO.
T. M. GUGENHEIV.
DUNLAP'S, STETSON'S &c
IKTo-w Ready a.t
X. II. IVe .still have a TeiT Ycrj line S.-al Skin, lMinh, Velvet and Silk
Clo.iki on li.tud. which we nill sell at greatly reduced price., ami II desira
ble tin f.t) ji.ijitient-.
This preparation contains tin- Invigoratii'S proporties ol
Quinine, with the softening qualities ol Glycerine.
It promotes a healthy and rapid growth of, and prevents the
hair from falling 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.,
TVo. 23 Enut Mnln Wtrc-ot.
R. P.Willis & Son,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Praotioal Machinist and General Job Shop.
Repairs on sll Vlnds of Marhlnerv done on ftort potirr. Srial atleatisa
piven to repairs on Stationary snd Farm Engine?, Mill Work. Gearirtr. Miaitiar
Hangers, Pollers end Experimental . achincrj of all descriptions. BlacksaJti
ing, etc. V rrk promptly attended to, prices rc-muaMe, ard satiMattloa gaax
anteed. Office and H orks, 66 and CS atl Washington Street, Springfield, Oeie.
Telephone Xo. 346.
COAL IN BOX CARS
No Snow or Ice.
Also Youihiougheny Coal in Box Can. This is
the Oeapesi Coal you can buy. All other kind
of Coal at 141 frouth Liruestoue street. Telephone.
J. H. Ulrica & Bro.
HANCE & CO.
Men'- Working Shoes 80c to $1; Xeu's
Hals. Congress and Button $1.25 to
$2; Men's Calf Itoots $1.25 to $3.50;
a job lot Men's UEMIIME HAM)
SEWED Bals. Button and Congress, TO
CLOSE, at $t, as good as any $6 shoe
in tbe city. Ladles' Fine Kid Button,
irorkrd bntton holes, $1.25; Ladies'
Pebbled Polish, solid, 90 c nts; Boys',
Youths', and Misses' School Shoes S5i
ta $1.25; Uent's Rubbers 50c; Ladies'
Light Spring Orershoes 20c.
W. A. HANCE,
40 South Market St
ftCYa n vo ill cunf union and niilealinc
the public, we will Buy that HANCK &
CO. cuntfiiue tht shoo biIrie--4 tit the
old Mabri, 11 WEST MAIN ST.. where
nu will always find a Iairge Stock, Low
l'rices and Fair Dealing.
COAL IN BOX CARS
No Snow or Ice.
Also YoiwhToagheny Coal in Box Cars. This Is
the Cheapest Coal you can buy AU other kin is
ot Coal at 141 loath Limestone reit. Telephone,
J. H. XJlriolx Jk. Bro.
WANTED OLD IKON. COITER, BUASS
zinc leal, rajsf rubber, hooes. etc.; will pay
cash. J. W. McAdoo, 72 Winter street, Spripg
I SILK UTS,
ATTORNEY AT LAV.
PAUL A. STALEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
and Mechanical Expert.
Patent ltatnef KxelaslTal-r. PatanUSo-licit-.-!.
Knm K, Arcxle Balldlar-
Tliobi-tiiR'-uratiuii for yroiuotiufj Iho
growth of the hair, and for re-toring gray
hair to its original color, is IIaHi Il-iir
Renew cr. Asa dressing, it i- unc-jualed.
Mrs. Alfred Blodsett, 113 Howard st.,
Detroit, 31 icii., writes: "licfore I com
menced the u-e of
my hair wai weak, thin, and gray. 1 am
now 53 years of a-c, La e Used the Ke
newcr for the last ten j ears, and po-ise-n a
hcay grow th of hrown hair. 3Irs. T. II.
Collin-, Logan-port. Ind., writes: "I
become gray wlica I was quite oung.
Hall's Hair Kenew er re-torcd my hair to
its original color, aud increased the
growth. It al-o prevents dandruff, and
keeps the hair soft and glossy."
Produces a handsome brown or black,
with the least expenditure of time,
rouble, or money. It is always safe and
comeuieut to ue, and gives a permanent
color to the whiskers or mu-tache.
It. I HALL -t CO, Nashua, N. II.
Sold bv all Dnisgi-ts.
they know all about Mustang Lin
iment. Few do. Not to know is
not to have.
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