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QLOB-B KEFUB1IO. MONDAY gygPTPTG, MAY ii 1885. ,
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N. 11. New moon 14th day, loh., lSm.j moralog,
(Jtiai. Darllugtun,oi Xenla, Ii ia Ibe city.
... K. Delph, of the I. B. k W., Ii at the
I.ajanrin Home. '
The Erie Bale Uall Club, who played at
Dayton yesterday, are stopping at the Arcade.
Mr). Catheart, ol Columbus, Ii visiting her
daughter, Mrs. I. uli Phllllpi, ot Bait High.
Wm. Johnson, ot Sidney, O., a former reel
dent or Springfield, is vlsiilng hli brother-ln-law,
Fred Poster, ot the Patrol Honae force".
J. I.. Kirk, of ibe Arcade Hotel, left Satur
day for Tiffin From there he starts ot a trip
to Chicago and other placet In the -West, and,
on his return, will at once assume control of
his hotel, at Akron. Mr. Klrk'a departure' la
a source ol regret to all ol hit many friends In
Yesterdnv alter noon a couple ot roughs
entered n yard on Harrison street and Intuited
the lady ol the house, who wat Standing In
the door. Her husband, who WM Inside,
came out, and, after a few words back and
forth, a eliort fight was Inaugurated, daring
which one of the' rowdies hit the man In the
head with n brick. Sattified with their work
they then clep'rted, while their ridlm started
for Dr. Koynotd'a office to hare ihe gash In
his head sewed up. As no arrests were made,
the names of the parties could not be learned.
A street car drlrer on the Lagonda line
dropped a dime In making change for a pas
Benger yeiterday afternoon. He stopped the
rolling stock and hunted bick along (be track
tor the coin, being Joined by officer Temp.
Wilson, always ready to help a fellow mortal
in distress. Of course In a momeci a crowd
gathered to assist in the search, under the ap
parent impression It was a gold watch or
diamond ring that had been lost. As he had
his time to make the drlrer was obliged to
leave, the others continuing the hunt. Before
reaching Spricg street going west, the driver
found the dime In a creaso of his orercoat.
How long tho hunting party back at Penn
street continued strainiog their eyes isn't
known, but they were still at It when the car
ran beyond the angle of rlsion.
The stock must be kept up; so says Con
stable Matt Stewart.
Chris Zeigter brought in some fine cattle
Mr". Emma Stewart called on Miss Mary J.
Ktlley last week.
Hereafter the Sunday school of Kmery
cbnnel will meet al 2..10 p. m.
I'eace now prevails on our borders, but
Democratic rule doesn't bring good times.
Tho Hssefsor has been around. Now look
out for the road supervisor.
Notice. This Is to let the public and all
whom it may concern know that the reports
thnt ri Heeled on Elder D. B. Qreen, that he
bad taken money that bi longed to Fourth
Ziori lliptist cburtb, ot Springfield, made in
the camp meeting, July, 1884, are false.
Elder Green and his accusers met lace to face
in a regular church meeting Hay 6, 1883, and
the clerk gave In the report on the meney re
ceived uud paid tut. The papers delivered
by Elder (Jreen lo Ibe church proved bis
honesty, and the church rooted with a second
that he stand acquitted of all charges con
cerning it, which passed by a large majority.
Elukb M. H. Vimit, Moderator.
E. M. Axutnsos, Clerk.
The Station Iloaae.
Police matters, yesterday, were unusually'
brisk. Early In the day, Ghlel Schuchman
and Temp Wilson found Larry Burns's saloon
on East Main street, open and several persons
inside, each with bU beer glan before him.
Larry added to bis offense of violating the
Sunday orlluaoce that of attempting to eject
Chief Scuucbman from the premises. He put
up bail for his appearance today and was re
leased. Jobn Werlz and John Qerber were
taken along with htm to act as wl'netMt.
William Taylor, James Sullivan and Bert and
and Cheater Ournea, youthful admirers of our
national game, were run In by Wilton for In
dulging in that pastime on Sunday. Late
yesterday evening, Marshal Hughes and Wil
son found several good customers of the place
enjoying themselves in Crawford's saloon, at
the south end of Winter street They entered
and arrested George Vivian, the bar-tender,
and several other persons who were present,
Vivian, on being asked as to the whereabouts
of Crawford, his employer, replied that that
worthy was at church just then, but would
return soon. The officers concluded not to
wait for bim, but marched Mr. Vivian down
to the station bouse, where Crawlord soon put
In au appearance and balled him out.
An Upset and Its Consoqaenees.
Yesterday morning, Perry Yates, the well
known colored horseman, met with an acci
dent most serious in its results. He, In com
pany with William Clark, started out for a
ride bebiud Billy O'Brien's spirited young
bone. While on Yellow Springs street, at a
point near where the toll-gate used to stand,
the animal, takiog fright at the sudden up
rising of a cow Irom the tide of the road,
shied violently, upsetting the buggy and
throwing both occupants out. Clark escaped
uninjured, but Perry, alighting on the side of
bis foot, sustlaned a compound dislocation ol
the ankle joint and a fracture of the small
bone of the let?, the bones at the ankle pro
truding thiougb the flesh. In spite of the
pain he was suffering, be held to ibe Ikes
until Clark and others caught and stopped tl i
Some of tho by-slanders summoned the
patrol wagon and Dr. Russell. In Ibe mean
time, Dr. Reynolds bnpienlngalong, a buffalo
robe ws sp'eii on theground lor ibe sufferer
and the doctor took bim In charge, while
wailing lor the wagon. When It arrived he
was tiken to Itussell and McLaughlin's office,
where lili Injuries were attended to, Drs.
IWynolds, Miraniaand Teegarden wishing
McLaughlin. He was then translerred to the
European Hotel, where be now Is. The acci-
dent will leave bim a stiff loot for the rait of
OIMMON ITKIM IOVHT.
Opening of Ilia May Term-Ills Honor,
Juilae Charles tt. While, mi the lleiieh
Testimonial til Judas (looita and An
Punctually nt ten o'clock this mornlog the
court officer made the usual proclamation,
declaring the Court of Com won Pleat In and
for the County ol Clark, formally iu tcttlon,
Judge Charles II. White nt the same time en
tering upon the discharge ol tho duties of the
office, to which be was elected last fall. All
the space witbln tho bar was occupied by the
members of the county lni". Charles E, Dar
llngter, Esq., of Xenla, representing the dis
trict at large. The following testimonial to
the retiring Judge, Hon. J S Goode, provided
for at a recent meeting ol the bar, fully
reported at the time, was presented by the
committee, duly constituted and read from
The members of the bar ol Clark county,
upon the retirement of his Honor, Judge
James S. Goode, from the bench at the close
ol an honorable service, desire to place upon
public record an appropriate testimonial ot
their appreciation ot his long, arduous and
faithful labors; to testify to the patient in
vestigation and untiring Industry which he
brought to the discharge of bis judicial duties
and to recognize the learning, ability and in.
tegrlty which marked his administration of
Judge Qoode In 1876, after an extensive
practice ot many years, accepted the position
ot Common Pleas Judge In the 2d Judicial
District, bringing with bim settled habits of
labor and research, an unusual familiarity
with adjudged precedents, a skill and acumen
developed by constant contests nt niti riui
and a judgment which was ibe growth of a
ripe and vailed experience. These elements
wblch bad made the succetstul lawyer, were
ot admirable service to bim as a Judge, in the
rapid and proper disposition ot our docket,
obstructed by the lack of judicial facilities
and to this work he gave himself with great
energy and ability.
At the close of bis first term he was re
elected without opposition for u second term
ol Ovo years, and now, upon bis voluntary
retirement from judicial honors to resume Ibe
practice of his profession, he carries with him
tho satisfaction thut his judgments bate been
the result of carelul Investigation and an im
partial application ol legal principler, and if
errors have been committed the solace tbat
infallibility has as yet found no place on
While maintaining the dignity of the
judicial ermine, Judge Ouode's Intercourse
with the members of the bar, both on and off
the bench, has been distinguished by a cour
tesy of manner which has gained him the
good will of all. And the brethren of the
district join with u in assuring bim that as
he leaves the court, he carries with him the
profound respect and kindliest leelicgof those
with whom lie was associated during his ten
years' service. And we trust that tho
active life which has been so well-rounded
by the period ot judicial honors just cloied
may have In it yet many years of useluluess
and the profession ot the law long continue
to have the benefit of bis experience, bis learn
ing and his judgement.
We recommend the adoption of the follow,
tug resolution : Tbat the chairman ot this
committee be Instn.c ed to pies nt this testi
monial to the Court of Cjmmon Pleas of Clark
Co. at the first day of the next term thereof
and request that the same be entered unon the
journal of said Ciurt.
Oscar T. Mahtix, Chaiiman,
J. K. Mower,
S. A. Bowman,
V. M. Ilngan,
Cim. on Resolutions.
April 23, 1885.
Judge n bite spoke as follows upon the
resolutions and briefly but feelingly by way.
of bis own Inaugural, after which the busi
ness of the court proceeded, the Clerk calling
lh Orand Jury which was charged by the
Court in the usual form and retired:
Although I was present at the preliminary
meeting ot the bar on the subject of these res
olutions, I was unavoidably absent when tbey
were presented by the committee, and there
lore hear tbein read now for the first tlm-.
It set nit to me eminently fitting tbat tbe bar
of tbe county should by some appropriate ac
tion at this time recognize theeflicient Judicial
work of Judge (loo e in this county, elected
as be was In 1876 to fill oceof tho two aldl
tionnl judicial offices then Jmt created
for this subdivision ot tbe 2d Judicial
District ot tbe State. Ha became
practically the presiding Judge ot tbe Com
mon Pleas Court at this county, at a time
when the husiness of this court was several
yeart In arrears. He brought with him to
tbe beneb a ripe experience and well-earned
reputation as a lawyer, and now, as he vol
untarily retires from tbe bench, he takes with
him tbe lavoruble respect of the bar; and has
added to bis reputation as a successful law
yer, tbe honor accorded an able and indus
Tbe records and trial docket ot this court
testily to hit learning, ability, energy and
efficiency much more forcibly than any mtre
wordt of mine. If I were called upon to
designate to what Judge Uoode'e success was
to be mainly attributed, I should answer:
Industry and study.
In this regard be has set a noble example
to tbe bar ot tblt county, and hat exercised
an Important influence for good upon Its
younger members especially.
Judge Ooode's term ol service on tbo bench
covert almost the entire period of my practice
at the bar of this county. My trial cases In
this court have been conducted largely before
and to him. I am glad that this occasion af
fords me an opportunity to publicly acknowl
edge my personal abligatlons for bis uniform
courtesy, forbearance, impartiality and consid
I concur in tbe sentiments expressed in the
resolutions and your motion, Mr. Martin, is
therefore granted. Tbe resolutions will be
entered in tbe minutes of tblt day's proceed
ings of tbe court, and Ibe clerk will be ordered
to bave them properly engrossed and a copy
furnished to Judge Goode.
And now gentlemen of the bar, while you
in this public, and as it teems to me appropri
ate manner, testify to tbe merits ot my pre
decessor, I des re to invoke tor bis successor
your consideration, forbearance and assistance
in Ihe dlrcbarge ot the delicate, important
and responsible duties now devolving upon
I make no promises and give no pledges
as to my future conduct, but sball endeavor
to do my whole duty in all respects with uni
form courtesy, patience, fidelity and rigid Im
partiality. Tbe grand jury, as sworn, is as follows:
Samuel Detrick, John Vail, Samuel Hays,
Ell Brantner, Al. II. Kinkle, Rel IWthbun.'o.
N. Bartholomew, W. II. Young, W. K. Jor
dan, C. P. Remiberg, John Pettlt, Harry
Brosey, George N. Elder, Jimes Allen, Chaa.
W. Shewaller. It is thought the jury will be
able to complete Its work by tomorrow even
ing, certainly not later than Wednesday, and
adjourn. There are but fifteen cases on trau
script, as lollows; Milliard Eister, assaul ;
from 'Squire Baldwin's court, Moorelleld,
Robert Purlins, from 'riqulrc Hudson's court,
South Charleston George McDonald, horse
tteallog; M, LtMolte, assault; Iron 'Squire
Rigbtmyer's court. Following are, Mayor Cor.
suntlne's cases: Win. II, Stell, burglary and
larceny; 0, Myers, graad larceny; U, Yates,
burglary and latcony; Cillle Anthony, bur
glary and larceny; John King, tame; Nell
Jackson, petit larceny; Jamet Yates, petit
larceny. Following are Mayor Goodwin's
cases: Rjbert Slodle, receiving stolen money;
Wm. Cooper, grand larceny; Martbul Ed-
We tto not find fault, reproach or f on
,icmn tins practice of any regular physl
ol in Hill is not otir mission but we do
claim that II hst were) to add PaRONA to
his prescriptions, a directed In our book
on the " Ills of Life," (and furnished grat
uitously by all druggists), he would cure
all his patients.
Mr. tlenryC. Reynolds, I ronton, Law
renco County, Ohio, writes: "My wife
lias been sorely distressed for many years.
1 ler disease or diseases and the symptom
ofthem have been to varied that an at
tempt to describe them would be more
than I feel able to undertake. I have
paid over a thousand (t.ooo) dollar for
doctors and medicine tor her, without any
satisfactory result. We read (o much
about your FpaUN A that I was forced to
try it. She ha now taken five bottles:
they have done her more good than all
the doctor and medicine that she ha ev
er made use of. Pbruna 1 certainly a
God -send to humanity,"
Mrs. O. L. Gregory, La Vegas, San
Migvct County, New Mexico, writes: "I
think PmbOMA and Manaum saved my
Mrs. Cora Engcl, First Home on La
id le street, near Rich, Columbus, Ohio,
sayt. "It affords me much pleasure to
state to you the benefit I have received
fromyotirPnRU.'SA. I had been troubled
with kidney complaint and dizziness In
my head for eighteen year. I tried diff
erent kinds of patent medicines, and con
sulted a number of physictans,but received
no benefit whatever. About three weeks
ago I commenced taking Peruna. I be
gan to get better before I had taken half
a bottle. The dizziness has disappeared.
'and the other affection ha Bo much im
proved that I am positive, after I will
have taken another bottle, I will be entire
ly well. I feet like a different nerson al-
ready. A number of mr friend have
uscdit, and they think It Isawond-rful
remedy. My husband say It is cue ot
the bent medicine for a cough that M
A. Wt Blackburn, Wooster.O., writes:
" Several weeks ago a man came to me,
all broken down, terribly nervous, stom
ach without any power todigcst food.
Had tried four doctors; none did him any
jl.wM ov me iu uu BUIIICllllIlg lor
mm. i recommennea niANALIN. lie
told me to-day that he has been taking it
regularly, and Is now almost well. Said
he would sound the praises of Mamalin
far and near."
wards, stabbing with Intent to kill; John
Llgglns, burglary and larceny.
The petit Jury wss dismissed for two weeks.
No assignment of cases was made this morning,
but several orders were taken in minor cases
for money and ono or two motions made.
A. N. Summers, Esq., as atto-ney tcr Amos
Wbitely and others, stockholders in the Driv
ing Park Acsiciation, to-day brought suit
against about a dcze,n stockholders In the As
sociation for amount ot assesments made by
the directors due and unpaid by defendants.
XHK CONVESTION COMMIXTBBS.
Action at ths Cttlien'a Msottns; Saturday
A large and enthusiastic meeting was held
at the Major's office last night by tbe leading
Republicans of tbe city to make necessary
preparations for the Republican Slate Con
vention, to be beld here June lltb.
Captain Am Buahnell was appointed chair
man of tbe meeting and Harry Rabbitts t ce
The chfli-min announced the following re
ports, and committees selected to serve:
(leotlSioen ot Ibe Citizens Meeting:
Your committee to whom was atsigned
tbe duty ol leporting to this adjourned meet
ing the committees ceceaiiry to make ar
rangements for the Republican State Con
vention to be held in our city June lltb, and
to present names of gentlemen to serve oo
said committees, beg leave to report, filet, the
following committees, viz:
Committee on Finance, Building Commit
tee, Committee on Invitations, Committee on
Reception, Committee on Press, Committee
on Prluting and Music, Committee on Halls
and Committee Rooms, Committee on Furni
ture and D.coratlons, Committee on Enter
tainment, and we would name for members
nt tbe above committees, the following gen
Comuittxe on FitiAKCt. A. S. Bushncll,
R. F. Hay ward, John Foos, Oscar T. Martin,
Wm. H. Hamilton, Jobn W. Parsons, Robt.
Johnson, J. II. Rabbitts, J. W. R. Ctine,
Thos J. Jewetr, Wm. 8. Wilson, Jas. Foley,
P. M Cartmell.
Buildiso Comhittik, 0. S. Kelly, J. H.
Arbogast, David Aekerson, Charles A. Bauer,
F. H. Penfield, 0. N. Bartholomew, James
CommittiiJ on Invitation. General J.
Warren Keller, B. H. Warder, Amos White
ly, Ttos. F. McGrew, Sr., P. P. Mast, Graham
CoMMiTTia on RictmoH. Mayor Jas P.
Goodwin, Hon. J. H. Littler, Hon. Tbos. J.
Prlngle, Wm. N. Wbitely, John Foos, Michael
O'Nell, General J. Warren Keifer, A. N.
Summers, Judge J. 0. Miller, Hon. D. G. Dial,
Hon. Jas. S. Good, H. G. Hamlin, Gee. Leach,
S. A. Todd, E. L Bookwalter, Charles Bogle,
J. M. Bennett, George Wlnwood, Samuel
CoukiTTii on Pbeim William T. Stilwell,
0. M. Nichols, George H. Frey, George W.
Emery, George Perkins, J S. Orowell, W. S.
COMUITTIB ON PBI.NTINO AND MUSIC J. F.
McGrew, Charles E. Winters, W. H. Dickson,
T. E. Harwood, Geoige 11. Knigbt.
CoXMITTSK ON BALLS AND COMMITTEE
Rooms 0. F. Serviss. J. S. Kitchen, William
B. Baker, George 0. Rawlins, William Miles.
Committee on Fubnitdbi and Decorations
J. 8. Miles, Thomas F. McGrew, jr., J. 0.
Holloway, E. 0. Jackson, D. VT, Stroud,
Committee on Entibtainment. E. M.
Campbell, E. 8. Kelly, Daniel Smith, R. D.
ilruce, D, 0. Putnam, And we would further
recommend that tbe chairman of these differ
ent committees shall constitute an Executive
Committee, who sball decide all matters ot
business coming before said committees, and
shall determine all questions at t location ot
bulldlog, contracts and expenditures of
money, and shall also have tbe power to add
to these committees, or create new commit
tee, as ntcrsiity may require, and tbat no
committee sball make any expenditure ol
money, nor contract any debts, without first
having been authorized so to do by tbe Exec
utive Committee, and all bills shall be ap
proved by tbe executive Uommlttee before
being paid, and no money sball be paid c ut
by the treasury except upon a written order
ot the Chairman of the Executive Committee,
and also, that the Executive Committee shall
elect its own officirs.
The report was adopted, and considerable
discussion followed as to tbe advisability of
erecting a permanent building. O. 8. Kelley
lavored tbe rricting of a permanent building,
P. P. Mast cuggetted that time was too
abort for forming a company to erect a per
manent building, and was in luror of erect
ing a wigwam on Market tquare.
Toe selection of a locality to erect a build
ing was lelt to tbe Executive Committee to
Captain Ala Busbnell read a subscription
paper, and It was decided that the money de
rived from the sale of lumber, etc., should be
paid back pro rato to the subscribers on tbi
Twelve of the Couucll signified their In
tenth ns nl voting to allow tbe erection of a
algwam on Market square. '
Tbe Executive Goinruitttt mat In a private
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English Hosiery in Black, Plain
and Fancy Colors.
and Silks, Children's DOUBLE
KNEE in Plain Balbriggan and
French. Children's Li .let bread
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Gent's Half Hose. Immense
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Domestic Hosiery, any styles
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room and organised bj electing Captain A. S.
Busbnell i s chairman, P. M. Cartmell secre
tary, C. S. Sbetvalter assistant secretary, and
W. S. Wilson treasurer.
Mrs. Tnjl' r, of Ulemlale, Sient Sunday
with her coii'Iu, Miss Kose, of Kast High
Mr?. A.Q Clmse, has a sister visiting her
from Grand Knpids, Iowa.
Mrs. Geo. Warder, Mr. Pedditt, Mr. Geo
Bacon and Miss Emily Warder left Monday
for Philadelphia. Miss Emily will be gone
until July. Her sister, Miss Dully Warder,
who has been spending tho winter In tbe east
will return with her.
Miss Eleanor B. liildwln spent several days
of the past week in Cincinnati,
Miss Barber, of South Maikct street, enter
tained quite a number of Ihe young people
with progriBiive euchre, on Friday evening.
Mr. Jack Taj lor was in the city again last
week. There must certainly be some great
attraction for him here.
Captain and Mrs. Hauk, wbo hare been
spending the winter with their daughter,
have moved to their handsome country home
east of town.
Mi-3 Mary dimming, who has been spend
ing several months with ber lister, Mrs. Mc
Conncll, of New York City, lias returned lo
Mr. nnd Mrs. Qrorge Hodgers expect to
move In a lew days to New Carlisle. Mr.
Rodger has gone Into business there with
Mr. Jobn M. Winger, of this city,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Armin Kncs'er will commence
housekeeping in a lew weeks, on East Uigb
Mr, A, 0. Dyers continues to be quite ill,
Mr. Ward Frey, wbo has been spending
the wlnt r iu Saratoga, N. V., bas returned to
his home on Kizr street.
Mrs. Cassily and daughter bave returned to
their borne on North Limestone. Their many
friends will be pleased to know that they ex
pect to stay wltb them now.
It is rumored thnt one ol our most brilliant
belles will soon wed a Southerner, and take
up her abode in the Sunny Sjulb fur good.
Mr. Will Murphy nnd family will move in
a few weeks lo N'i rtli Limestone street, and
live in the Buckingham bouse.
jjMr. nnd Mrs. D. It. Hosteimnn entertained
quite a number uf friends in a very elegant
manner, in honor ot Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hos
terman, nboaie hereon a visit Irom the
West, and Mr. and Mrs, F. Ft. Hosterman.
Mr. Henry 0. Wiseman lelt Thursday even
ing for Lancaster, to be gone several dajs.
Prof. Geiger, of Washington, is borne on a
Miss Ella Miller, of South Market, spent
several days of last week in Columbus, the
guest of Judge Anderson' and lamily.
Mr. Joe I. Sharp left Thursday with tl e
Thomas family for Ihe West. He intends
looking around, and thinks that he will buy
a cattle ranch and locate there. II be does
so, we shall b; sorry to lose him.
Mr. Dome, ol New York city, is in town.
Mr. Weaver, of Ml. Vernon, was in tbe city
one diiy last week on business.
One ot our most prominent young business
and social gentlemen is looking around for a
borne. His many filends have been expect
ing tbat event for some lime.
Mr. Will Djnnell will leave for tbe West
some day next week. He eipicts to live
Mrs. Dr. L. M. Po'ter has some friends with
ber from the South.
Miss Peck, of New York city, is visiting
Miss Mast, of West High.
Natluunl Gnu Aaaocliitlon.
At 1:30 Saturday afternoon, Watkins, Llnne
man, Teipel nnd Stlie, representing Tennes
see, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Illinois,
formed n championship race for State super
iority Result: First, Teipel; second, Slice.
Tbe most entertaining match was by local
spoilsmen who contested for the Spencer re
peating rille offered by Mr. Folsom. Match,
10 singles and five pair doubles, won by
Klrkputrick on h fcore ol eleven. Tbe As
sociation Board ol Directors adopted a rule in
addition lo tbo lormer rules oo handicaps,
providing that the contestants in future tour
naments be divided Into clas es A, II and 0,
according to their individual record, at tbe
I raps, and that separate matcbei be provided
for each class. Manager Bloom assured tbe
reporter that barring tbe "beastly" wealhv
the Tournament had been all tbat could be
rensonab'y expected. The members left tbe
grounds at futir o'clock, and tbe great Tour
nament was over.
Tonight the Biason ol opera will lexinat
tbe Grand with -'The Unicode." Ihe box
sheet shows a good n serve, and there will
diubtle s be a liberal attei dame Tomorrow
night 'Olivette" wlU be tbe atttactl n. The
Uruu Opera Company has been so highly and
so universally praised by the Cincinnati press
tbat It Is fair to presume it is a strong organization,
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Sieves, Black and Colors, all
sizes, 6 and 8 button lengths,
from 25c a pair. A BARGAIN.
Ladle's Driving Gloves, a
The Opera Tonight.
Gran's Opera Company open their season of
opera at the Grand tonight. Tbe company
are stopping at the Arcade Hotel, They num
ber 30 in all, and tbey are all a bappy party.
They will open in "The Mascotte" with the
full strength ot tbe company. Sec what the
Cinclnclnuati papers of this morning say:
"Grau's Opera Company closed their season
of 4 weeks in Cincinnati last evening in
'Olivette' to standing room only, and a bet
ter performance was never given In this city.
Miss Coiner, as 'Olivette,' never looked
handsomer than she did last night, and sang
lovely Miss Ilcsmer also did some good
work. Mr. Waldo, Aiblcy, Fryman, Clayton
and Howard all toi k thilr parts well, while
the chorus was strong and all sang well. The
opra was cos'umed elegantly." The prices
are only 20, 31 and SO ccn's Seats on sale
at Troupe's cigar store, Lagonda House.
An affidavit was sworn out before Squire
Stou this morning, charging A. Campbell
our famous "Doc" with obtaining goods and
money under false pretenses. Saturday alter
noon Doc swapped horses wltb a young man
named Martin Maybao, who lives near Lon
don, Mayhan giving $23 aud a horse valued
at $75 for Campbell's. In tbe evening, when
May ban came to take bis borse home, he
found, as he claims, tbat Campbell had sub
stituted a uag of greatly inferior value.
Hence the affidavit filed this morning. Squire
Stout bis set the trial for tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock.
At the May meeting, Sturda),ot the Beard
ul AuiliuHutr, iho s'nDdlcg committees for
the yc.ir wero announced, superinterdents of
departments being the same as last year. A
resolution was adopted prohibiting use of the
fair grounds, under lease by the Trotting Park
Association, for beer picnics and that fort of
tiling. Tbe sale of privileges fur stand', etc.,
during county fair, was placed in Treasurer
Jetfeiies'a bands. The work ot revising Ihe
premium list whs bgun. I'icsidcnt Hazzard
was detained from the meeting by illness.
Tbe Gnu Opera Compiny arrived
morning nnd are stopping nt the Arcade.
"The World la All a Fleellna Show."
And a very poor show it is to the man
whose Lead swims with vertigo, and whose
stomach is powerless to digest a square meal.
It is n show ol misery, dilapidation aud des
pair enough to make ibe man wish it was a
great deal more fleeting than it 1. But there
are bright days ahead, if you folks will be
wise. Mr. Oley Grob, Sheboygan, Wis., says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters cured me ot dizziness
and debility," Follow bis example.
A sealing vessel ot Newfoundland was
wrecked by an iceberg in the gulf of St. Law
rence. Her crew of ibirty-two men lived on
an ice-floe nineteen days before being rescued.
Erysipelas is a dangerous disease. Not un
frequeot.y does it take such a form as to carry
off its victim after a period of intense suffer
ing. Charles R. Lucas, ol .anesvilie, Ohio,
writes: "For three years my wife bas been
suffering from erysipelas. She has tried nu
merous physicians but lecelved no benefit
from aoy of Ihem. She commenced using
Mishler's Herb Bitters about a month since,
and is now entire!) well."
Excitement over a Marvelous Core In
England. The newspapers of Great Britian
are filled with accounts ot tbe wonderful re
covery of a young man who bad been so ill
with asthma and rheumatism that be was not
able to lie dewn in bed for nine long years.
Tbls cure was due to tbe Shakers of Mount
Lebanon, N. Y. Tbey say tbat tbls, like
ntarly all others, was tbe remit of indiges
tion, and tbat tbe Sbaker Extract of Roots
(Siegel's Syrnp) i tfected this wonderful cure
by n storing tbe digestive organs to a bealtby
condition, obviating entirely those disagreea
ble turns of sick headache, biliousness, &c.
Tbe Shakers say they bave spent fitly years
in perfecting this remedy for Dyspepsia, aud
tbat Its effect upon tbe digestive organs is
something wonderful. For dUeases of Ihe
throat or lungs they recommend tbe Shaker
II AUD T1MKS
While money is close, wages nnd prices
low, expenses should be cut down In every
household. Economy, the watch word for
Mothers, bead ot) tbe Doctor bills, by always
keeping in tbe house a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's
Cougb and Lung Sjrup. Stops a Cough In
stantly, relieves Consumption, cures Croup
and unlu in the Chest in one night. It is
just Ihe remedy tor hard time. Price 60 cts,
and f 1.00. Samples tree. Sold Ad, Bakhaus
Ayer's Cathartic Pills are the best medi
cine tbat can be employed to come; irregu
larities ol the stomach and bowels. Gentle,
yet thorough, in their anion, they cure con
stipation, stimulate the digestive organs and
tbe appetite, and cleat.se, build up, and
strengthen Ibe system.
Young Menl-liaacl This. "
The Voltaic Belt Co., or Marshall, Mlcb.,
offer to send tbiir celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belt and other Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days, to men (young or old) afflicted
with nervous debility, loss ot vitality and
manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for
rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, and many
other diseases. Complete restoration to
bealtb, vigor and manhood guaranteed. No
risk is Incurred as thirty days trial la al
lowed. Write tbsm at once for illustrated
Jutt added to thi depart
ment exclusive sals ef
THE QUEEN BESS
Csrset and Skirt Supitrter,
best fitting, easiest of adjust
ment, perfect satisfactisn
guaranteed. All the ptptllar
brands of Corsets in stock.
LADIES BBd CHILVRKKS.
Make, finish, and prices guar
anteed equal to any.
News About Town.
It it the current report about town tbat
Kemp's Balsam for tbe Throat and Lungs is
making some remarkable cures with people
who are troubled with Coughs, Asthma,
Bronchitis, and Consumption, Dr. T. J. Cas
per, Druggist, will give any person a trial
bottle fret of coil It is guaranteed to relieve
and cure. Price 50 cents and $1.
Tbe "constantly tired-out" feeling so often
cxpeiieLiid is tbe result of impoverished
bbod, and consequent enfeebled vitality.
Ayer's Sarsaparllla feeds and enriches the
blood, Increases tbe appetite, and promotes
digestion ol the food, and the assimilation ot
its strengthening qualities. Tbe system be
ing thus invigorated, Ihe feeling rapidly
changes to a grateful sense of strength and
CUIH9S FOB PILES.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense ot
weight in tbe back, loins and lower part of
tbe abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
he bas some effection ot tbe kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
oi tne siomacn, etc. A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a very disagreeable Itch
ing, after getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles
yield at once to tbe application of Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly
upon tbe parts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying tbe Intense Itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price SO cents.
Sold hr Ad. Bakhana ft Co.
HANCE 4 CO.
BOOTS ! SHOES
Meu's Working Shoes 80c to $1: Men's
Iliils. Congress and Button $1.25 to
1 $2; Men's Call Boots f.1.25 to fS.Mh
a job lot Men's UENUINE HAND.
! SEWED Hals. Button and Congress, TO
CLOSE, at i5t, as good as any fJO shoe
in the' city. Ladles' Ftae Kid Bnttoi.
worked button boles, $1.25t Ladles'
Pebbled Polish, solid, 90 cints; Boys',
Youths', and Misses' School Show 85c
to 81.25; Gent's Robbers fiOc; Ladles'
Light Sprint; Overshoes 20e.
W. A. HANCE,
40 South Market St
SSTo ;old confusion and misleading
the public, we will say tbat HAMCK
.CO. continue the shoe buslaess at tho
olil stand, 14 WEST MAIN ST., where
vou will alwnjs find a Large Stock, SUw
Prices and Fair Dealing.
McMonagle & Rogers'
HIDDItfrTOWJV. f- V.
Extract of Vanilla, in the purity in
which uc offer it, has the delicate and un
mistakable flavor of the finest Mexican
Vanilla, and is unequalled for flavoring
Ice Cream, Cake and Custard, Give
them a trial and satisfy yourself.
ESTABLISHED IN 1836,
Wm. II. Orsnt. Mibtin M. (J
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Laid. Baooa susd Han.
T. J. THOMAS,
NEW YORK HORSE SHOEIK Slfff,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market House.
Special care with lame horses, colts, tra-k hones,
horses that Interfere, anil those having psculUr
fJARlTd OK.YOUTH, KXCESSEj OF MAN
1 hood snd secret dlseasesesuss more suffering,
suiclJes, nervous debility, Impotence, sterility,
strictures, varicocele, dlieased prostrate glsnd,
bladder, kidneys, heart, cstarran, cootomptlon,
dropsy diabetes and Brigbt's Uleae. than every
thing else, aud cannot be cured with stomach
medicines alone, eletttlclty". crayons, belts, cau
terisation, sounds, catheters or culling Tbe
Asabel Mineral Springs Water physician, W1
Braadwsy, New York, will send a treatise, with a
wood cuts, for ti cents, giving ths remedies wbkk
cure them at borne, without pala, privately.
D ALYMEATM T
RAILWAY TIME TAB1.B
Cleveland, Uolnmboa, Cincinnati and In.
WBKAT CENTKAJ. TUUCK ROUTE.
B3A.ST A.TVD WMX.
rhrough cars, with connection. In Union depot.
2?.'J rt'lne a HaveUod. llaDaJo and Vt.
agra Falls to New York and New England.
Direct connections for all Southern, Southwest
IS, "jo 'Vestem points, either by way of Cincin
nati. Indianapolis or Bt, Lonla. Fast Time, New
qalpmant, and running through the moat topq.
lar part of the country; poswMlnc every spoil-
a:Yri.u.,b.7ffltsiipo,,uUr rou '"'
4. J. SMITH, Uenenl Fasaengsr Aicent,
C. C. C. A I. RAILWAY.
Trtlai Lsivt Otlag Iirt.
KPt"!' SJS; 1, AMora '0:01 a in
SI T,..Bt"tou Express 11:05 am
Night Kgpreae,....,..,, ' . JJ 'sa a m
CleVeUu I r'M Ltue .."."; 5:S5 p m
trill vs Jslij bits.
Springfield Aooom. 6:40 am
Bprlngneld 4 Ulnolnnatl Emrnu x .,
fir; ,'T ss7. ri".vsc" "" "
M,,I.HHH,,a .. a. .TJ
Cincinnati Fast Line...... ..'...
n.vtnn (Hn A U. ff. b
Southern Express .."..V.",."
op .. urn. &oaom, nunaay only,
miss arnvs rrta ettu.
Midnight Exprewi 12 15 am
If. Y, A Boston Kxprem 11:. m
(Jin. 4 Delaware Expreaa 10:05 in
Cfevetandast Line . Disarm
Bprlngneld Aooom. .. 6:S5 p m
ftS- Vvn- Aocom.. Sunday only. 7USOp m
din. A N. Y. Vent I .In.
Trslu irrtvs rrta Int.
Delaware, sp'W. 4 Cln. Expreaa
Cincinnati Fast Line
1 .a.1. m
Columbus, Delaware an tprlngBeld Ac 7:90 p m
-inete iralu e tbe only ones running on
Train leaving at 11:35 a. m. lias through
Bleeping oar to lioatun without change.
The train leaving at i:ii lias parlor oar to
Cleveland, connecting with tile turou.ru
aleoper to New York aud llo ten.
Ail trains ruu uyCeutr ytuidanl Time
which Is a minutes .lower ibaii .-'prlngr.eld time.
Oki. II Knioiit,
Ticket Agont, .1 resile lic-tel.
I- IB.dk "VV-s
GHUT THROUGH ROUTE
3 THROUGH PASSEliuER iRJliiiS 2
w Ixil3 , each way, w
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Llpgaot Modern Coaches on tr Zft'ni.
Steel Kails, Miller Platloi -i'saiid
Couplers, Air Brakes an I all
Modern Improvement .
Shortest an J Moat lieslrabla limit He.
tween the Kast aud West. 1'i roach
Tickets Rtift ISaeKHKe Check
to all Principal Pnluta.
Fartlcuisr advantages otUral Ut Western Eml
frants. l-auil and 'louri.t Tickets lo all points
reached bran? line.
fasseugertralusleare Springfield, O ,from Union
Depot as follows:
doing kast, U:40a. in , 1U..09. m., 3:40a. in.
doing West, 1:43 a. in., ll:Ka. in.,S:3n ui.
Going North, 2:4) a. ui., 11:10 a. ui.,
Holog rtou Ui, tl. ti. it. a., 10:30 a. ui., 5:33 p. m.
i'roia fcjwt, l:3Ua. in. ,5:15 p. ui., 11.11a. m.
From West, 12:15 a. m., U:5i a. in., J.ui ,, id.
Kroiu North, 12:30 a. in., 3:00 p. in.
From South 9:oOa. in., 4;jo p. m.
V. K. lienderaun, H, M. Ilron.u ,
Gen'l Manager. Ocn'l lltie' I.
D. U. KOClllL'. Aiienl, SpringUd. I,,
Ohlu Southern Dlusloii.
Trains arrirt tram Jackson and.Washlngtn (.. 1
eprmgt'lu r.. ...
Mo. t (except Sunday) 5:15 p. in. 4:30 p. m
No. 3(exceptcunda;) 10:10a. in. S:50 . m
Trslas Depart for fscktoa and Wsihhe;!. C h
bprlngi'ld K. II
No. 3 (except Sunday) 11:45 a, m. 10:30 a. in.
No. 4 (except Sunday) 5:55 p. m, 5:35 p. m
N. Y. 1. O. KAII.WAV.
Trslas Lsays olar tail
fprlngf'ld K. K.
No. 4, N, Y. L'mlted Ex... 10. lb a. m. 10:09 a. u ,
No, 8, New York bxpresa... 5:19 p. m. 4.49 p. o.
No. 12, Atlantic Express...10.31 a, in. 12.00 a. n .
Trains lsivt oing Wsit.
Bpilnut'ia R. K.
No. I, Cln. and Weat'n Fx l:&3p.n. 12:28 p. in.
No. 3, 1'sclfle Express 2:24 a i.i. 1:59 a. m.
no. o, oi. i uimiiea nx. roj p. m. s:79a.ni.
' tare the only ines running- on Sun
trains one hour nefuro time of de
..I'ULEoaa, 'ileket Agt.; office eJt
THE till ISA. r
PAh HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. & St. Is. Rail way.
L. M. Division Springfield Jiruocli.
Lt. 1 . 6pr'
No. 9. eastern rxnress. leans
f prlnglirlil 1.40
a. m,; Yellow rprlngg 9 04 a iu
v.aoa. m i uoiumons ii.iua. in.
No. ii. I po. u. No. s.
Kaverni lxcal liar
i xpiecs. x reus Jxprtss
I.T. Loulsr'le "J.S0nn "7.25 in W.'Opm
Lt. (Jin....... 7. Vou in
I.T. olumb'st t0 anil
Lt. Iaytou...l o.l'anit
6.3 mum I ICirpui
C.IKIpui 1 ,3lllll
6 25piil ll.5pln
Ar. Y. Spr'gs
No. 10, Local Accommodation, loar s Xjnl,- 5.30
a.m. Arrive Yellow Hi Hum 0.15 a, m.j bpilng
Held 7.00 a. m. !
Dally. Dally except Sunday,
Train No. 1 makea immediate connetttora at
Xenla (or Washington U II., Chllllcothe, I Inctn
natl and Columbus. No. 9 Is tho Kal Lantern
Express, making Immediate connections at Xenla
tor l'lttstiurg, Hantsburg, Wsshingtou, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, New York, lloitou, all hnatern ami
New Kngland points. Also through car service fur
Cleveland. No. II makes dlea con
nection, at Xenla for Cincinnati, Louis
Tllle and points foulh; through trains (or I'.tcu
mond. Indianapolis, Ht. Ixmis and. iwlnts West,
No. 6 is the famous Limited Express and ni Ws.
direct connections at Xenix for Columlius, lilts
burg, Harrlsburg, Ualtlmore, Washington, I'ui.u
dslphla. New York. Hoston, all Kastcrn m.J -N 'w
Knglaad point., also immediate conueitlon :ci
Clareland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Alrmiy in. I
Byreeuse, N. Y. No. 7, Fast Line, Woslcru nd
Southern Lxpiefls.uiaklngiinmedtateroQiiiiU' rs
at Xenla for Cincinnati, l.lubvillt), Clialtrnu, ,
NaihTllle, Memphis, and New Orion fs, and
for tttchnioud, Chicago, and puluts
in the North and Northwest; ludlanapoli., bt.
Louis, Kansssflty and points In the West and
Southwest. All trains ruu oil Central lime,
which la 25 minutes slower lli.n city time. Tick
ets sold ana bsggsge checked lo all points in tho
United Btatrs, and reliable Information, c."n he
obtained at Ibe office of the Com.
fiany's Agent, this city, particular In.
ormatlon as lo true ol train con unc
tions, rates, (to., cheerfully furnished.
Call oo J. li.lllNK.-i, City Ticket AK.nt.
JAB. McCBBA, Manager.
E. A. Foau, General l'aaseugor Ajreat,
Mo. I. .Nil. it. No. 7.
Fa.t IxmjiI Western
Line. Imprint -xpress
twain flO.rO.tiii l ISpiu
7.20am ll.Umi 4 llpui
7.5'iaui ll.Uliiii 5 10pm
8.45uu 12.u.li... II ICinm
l'.O am 7.1lipm
IO.vUam 2.1 'pin 7.1JU1U
7.50jm 7.50pm 1. Ova v
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