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GLOBE KKPUBLia MONDAY EVENING, MAY U, l-HS
Heft1r mMtlug ol the Hoard of Education
tonight (of routine lnuh.cs'.
Mr. II. t.tssner, of Dayton, spent Sunday
vlslllng reUiIves in this city.
Uell Stuckey was nrrcsled early this morn
ing lor drunkn nut disorderly behavior.
Deputy United States Collector Thompson
Is In the city todiy, the guest ol Sheritr Wm.
An afltdavlt m filed, Ibis morning,
against Simon Cooucy, who runs a saloon at
the corner ol Washington and Springs streets
tor keeping open yesterday.
Dr. Mcrrel and Kdward Luwernell, who
were airestcd at the American House, Satur
day night, for disorderly conduct, appeared
hefore th'e .Mayor this morning and paid $1
The Helen Desmond dramatic troupe, which
was here ten data Ust month, struck It so
hard at MMdictown Inst week that they had
to leave a portion of their baggage with the
otherwise unpaid landkrd. They have gone
Mrs. Jane N'ewby died last evening at the
residence ol her son-in-law, J. J. Allison, in
Reever's addition, West Springfield, alter a
Ling Hints?. The remains will be removed
-."ituorrow morning to Mt. Vernon, 0., where
'; funeral takes place.
U the luneral of tho late Mr. Halloa, at
iioorefield church yesterday, there was a re
markably large attendance of neighbors and
friend), showing the esteem in which the de
ceased was held. The church was Inadequate
to the accommodation of the crowd.
Rentlemen who have been requested and
contented to form the chorus for Memorial
Day observances, May 30, are requested by
Ditcctor Aid rich to attend a rehearsal in 0.
A. H, hall, Wednesday evening neit, May 13,
at 7:30 o'clock. A lull attendance Is desired.
Tuesday morning, May 19, City Clerk
Shewalter will sell outside market privileges
on the square not engaged by holders previ
ous to that time. These will be located as
they now are, Council having refused to
chance stands on the cast side to the walk
front of the Arcade.
Scvcrnl of the converts at the Saltation
Army meetlogs have united wltq city
churcnes, one at Central M. E. church yes
terday. One member of a city church has
withdrawn to become a regular, active mem
ber with the Army. The meetings are as
much crowded and lull of interest as ever.
A Youngstown paper states that Overbeck,
who pitched fur the Voungstowns here last
Thursday, lias keen black-listed at Peoria and
his disch rge ordered. If that is the case that
day's game with tho Springfield will be
thrown out from the championship series. It
is claimed the Youngstown manager signed
Overbeck under a misunderstanding.
At a meeting of the County Commissioners
today Joseph Wiley, Wm. Click and Joseph
Swallow, ot Clay Hay Post, G. A. U., New
Carlisle, were appointed a committee (or
llethel township, to take charge of Interment,
under special act, ol deceased soldiers who
may die in Indigence. Application or Infor
motion may be lodged with eltherof the com
Kev. S. L. Looraia, of Newport, Ky.; Rev.
George if. Smith, of Columbia church, Cin-
.nati; Ker. J. V. Simson, Walnut Hill;
v. Josiah Strong, Central church, Cincin
aii, and Rev. J. H. Johuston, Storrs, are In
city, guests of Rev. m. H. Warren, tn route
to Mansfield to attend the annual State Con
ference of Congregatianal churches there
Wednesday and Thursday. The leave via the
N. Y., I', k 0. R. R., at five p. m. tomorrow
Dentil uf Iter. David Winters, O. It.
The well known diviae, Rev. David Win
ters, D. D., of Dayton, of wbpse sickness the
'jLobk-Repcbuc made notice a few days ago,
died at his home In that city on Saturday
evening last, in his 84th year, lie bad been
a cltlien of Dayton for seventy Tears and tor
liily years had occupied a prominen place In
the ministry of the Reformed church. He
was widely known, universally esteemed,
and bis death will be very generally lament
3. He was the brother of Mr. J. P. Winters,
jt this city, who was the youngest of a !arge
family. The Journal of this morning gives a
lengthy history of Dr. Winters' life and
work, from which extracts will be published
ShoollOKHcrapsat Naw Carlisle.
John D. Sullivan, a section boss on the
I. B. k W,, located at New Carlisle, came
here this morning with his band in a Bling
and swore out a warrant for the arrest of
John McNulty on charge of shooting with in
tent to kill. The trouble occurred Friday last
and Sullivan was shot In the right hand
which is crippled, making rather a serious
wound. Just what the trouble was about
isn't clear, but it is intimated the sbootist
had been sipping something besides mountain
dew. Officer Adam Nicklas went to New
Carlisle this noon and returns this evening
with McNulty, who will have an examination
before Mayor Goodwin. II hrld his case will
go before the present Grand Jury.
Herman Military Organization.
A meeting was held in Frank Anzinger's
hall at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon ol ex
members of the regular army of Germany,
for the uurpose of organizing an association.
Twenty veterans, residents of this city, were
present. Ih Kinderman was chairman and
Jacob Scboenthal, ot the Springfield Journal,
secretary. The name of the assoclatien select
ed is the Deutsche Krieger Veiien, andanoth.
er meeting will be held In the same place
next Sunday at 3 p. m., to complete the or
ganization by election ol officers. It la said
there are about sixty ex-soldiers of the Ger
man army here, which will make a stiong
company. It Is not proposed to procure un
iforms and arms or do any great amount ot
drilling and paradtmr, the object of the organ
ization beiog rather of a, social aud patriotic
nature, combining perhaps the murial benefit
feature, ai seen In .'al German brother
hoods now In existence lire.
Hhoulil llacUwUiirrwal lnu Matryf
Tbr who know iSiphoi Cleveland well, assert
that be tanlB4Wtt marry I us during his
term of ornce. He la sail to be wedd-d to hla du
ll s, and Is the hardest worker the Wblm Home
basyetsMO. He kai a constitution able la stand
vast amount of later, and Di'rrr'i Pub Malt
WHUKkr will proton! any bad effetU from orsr
.rk or iQiuoiafs. aud keen bis syate.ni In a atato
ol perfect bsallh. A dollar will socuro a bonis
from any leading drujiUl or sjrocor, wUcu is Ires
from adulteration, and tately adapted to
Special Features for the Season.
With all the newest shapes and finest grades uf Shoes, with a stock so extorsive and varied that it even surpasses our own original es
timates, with new goods being made to our order and constantly arriving trom tho loading manufactory, we find that we are better than
ever prepared to maintain our reputation as the foremost dealers In Shoes in this portion of the State.
THE EJlSTGHLiISH WAUKHNPHAST.
this Shoe, made to conform in shape to the natural outline of the
the first to Introduce it in Springfield, we are still the first to carry it
MEN'S K-A.lSTGrAR,00 SHOES.
These Shoes are made of kangaroo skin, soft and elastic as kid, and aro as easy on tho foot as moccasins. For summer wear they are
unequalled, being light, handsomeln appearance and durable.
EASY FITTING STITOHIDOVISrS.
ThB common-sense Shoes aie oerhaos the best ever deslanetl for workinamen. mechanics, saloimen and others whose business re
quires them to do much walking or rem 1 in long on their feet.
LAIDIES' FENB SHOES.
There was never before shown In this city such an elegant line of Fine Oress shoos for Ladios as wo now have In stock. Indeed, the
beauty of shape, the extraordinary quality of material and the excellent workmanship manifest in the moro recent arrivals are to be de
scribed by no other term than perfection.
ROUSE & PARSONS, 26 S. MARKET ST.
The host (insollne Stoves In tho world, "The Twin Htirner," The Jonrl." The "Twin iJiiriirr" has no needle points ami valve never rnst nnd emme a leak. The
"Twin ltiirncr" is supplied with a simple lever I hat can not got out of order, nhlrli allows the cup to III! and regulates the llatne to any desired size by a
simple movement of the hand. Tlicy never "pulf" nur blow hut maintain u steady llatne of any size desired.
T. J. MONAHAN, NO. 44 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
OHIO SONS OF rKTBUANH.
Hesslun of State Encampment In (1. A. It.
Hall, Tula City, Tuesilnv aud Wednesday
Programme of lluslneas.
In the rush of other gatherings, State and
National, held or to be held in Springfield
this season the annual meeting of the State
Kncampmcnt of Ohio, Sons of Veterans, has
been comparatively fjrgot'eo. The members
of this new organization are, as the designa
tion of the Order Indicates, sons of veterans
who served honorably in tie armies or navy
of the Union during the southern rebellion.
In the nature of things these old soldiers will'
in a few years, have passed away, as a body,
and their sons, organized and banded for that
purpose, will take up tue work ol tne u. A
R., seeing to it that the memory of their dead
fathers and fathers' comrades is publicly hon
ored on appropriate occasion?, such as Memo
rial Day. Another object of the S. of V. Is to
inculcate in the minds of young men senti
ments of patriotism and devotion to that
country preserved intact at such an expense
of blood and money.
The officers of the Stale KncAmpment will
meeiat the Lagonda House at 9 a. m. tomor
row, to organize and complete the programme,
and at ten the Encampment Itself will be
called to order in Q. A. R. ha'l, holding
sessions morning and afternoon Tuesday and
Wednesday. There are forty Camps in the
State, each of which will send one or more
representatives, and applications are in for
charters for nine new Camps, which will
be acted upon at this session. Among
other businefs to come up il the
arrangement of matters between the branches
ot the order, making it more uniform a-d
solid. Officers aie to be elected and installed
the second day. Tuesday evening the
State Encampment will be entertained by
Mitchell Post, No. 45, 0. A. R , at a social
camp fire and army supper In their hall, to
which members of the Q. A. R. are invited.
After supper there will be speeches by some
of the Veterans and by Sons ot Veterans,
songs and a good time generally. Spring
field unites In a bearly welcome to those who
will be looked to lor our defense as a nation,
In case of need.
The April meeting of the Clark county Po
mona Grange was held in the Beech Grove
Grange hall, west of Dialton, on April 28,
1885. The morning session was opened in
the filth' degree by the Worthy Overseer, J.
R. Athy, and was devoted to general busi
ness and an animated discussion as to "How
We Can Improve the Condition of the Order."
Dinner served in Grange style at 12:30.
After dinner a half hour was pleasantly
spent In singing Grange song".
The afternoon session was opened by Bro
J. R. Athy with an essay entitled "Benefits ot
the Grange." Remarks were offered by sev
eral members. The order is not only benefi
cial to the members' but to farmers generally.
Sister Jouis (a charter member of Vermont
Grange No. UO) made sjme encouraging re
marks. She is an enthusiastic worker in
the cause, and considers the Grange next to
the church in Importance as a means ot ad
vancing us morally and Intellectually.
General discussion. Topic: "Seed I'ota
tatoes; Should They be Cut or Planted
Whole?" Opened by Bro. J. K.
Athj. Ho does not plant the blossom
end of the potato as it ptoduces a great
number ol stalks, and small potatoes. He cuts
the potato in pieces containing one aDd two
eyes, and plants one piece in a place twelve
inches apart in the row. Brother Branden
berg, who is a successlul potato grower, plants
tne entire potato, except the btossum end,
Biother J. S. Black read an article on
"Clover as the cheapest fertilizer," which con
tained a great deal of Information.
We were pleated to have with us our Coun
A number who were not members of the
order were present, and a-ststed (with the
music aod otherwise to make the meeting
1 be next meeting will be held In the Ml.
P.easantGmnge Hall, two ml.es south ot New
Carlisle, on the last Tuesday ol May, '85, at
10:30. ii. Respectfully,
Uiymond W, A they,
A Fortunate! Kacupe.
The residence Ha. 145 Somh Shaffer strict,
owned and occupied by BJ. 0, Falm, the
bouse decorator with Piercs & Co., came
within an ace of burning last night. A hot fire
was kept burning in the grate la the silling
room, and it seems the heat set fire to the
floor timbers in front. (Ja arising Ibis tnor.i
Idk the family found a bole three feet In di
ameter harped throuth the Ibor, the cinders
and ashes having dropped I bfougb into the
cellar and the fire Roing out ot itself after
reaching a polut bejood reaih of Ibe beat
from the grate. At bedtime last ulglit ererj
tblofr, to far as noticed, wo In sifo condition.
Mr.Fale It fully Insured and the Jo't Is small
anyhow, but the escape from a bad fire was
i The commencement exercises ol the class of
i '85 of Wittenberg Theological Detriment
will take place May 22 in the First l.utheinn
church. The class numbers three, and each
has accepted a call.
Two men had a row last night on East
Main street, near I'enn. They had an old
grudge against one another nnd decided to
settle it with their fists. Neither has yel
George Johnson, a colored man, mtde i n
affidavit this afternoon against Dr. A. Camp
bell, lor usirg profane and abusive language.
Crawford, whose saloon ou Winter stieet
was pulled last night, was tiutd $40 and
Tho Highest TreeH Known.
Somo of tho eucalyptus trees grow to
a height of 600 feet, ami would cast a
shadow on tho. Minnuit of the pyramids
or the dome of St. Peter's. '1 lu-y wero
lirst discovered and classilied by M. La
ballardicu, a Trench botani-t, just be
fore tho begiunin? of the present cen
tury, and have since grown into a re
nown as witlo as that of tho glim t ce
dars of California, .somo of which stood
where they now stand before the He
brew Bible was recorded the earliest
choric iiynms of tho Hindoos rose along
the borders ol the live rivers. One ol
theso mighty trees, now hurled down
and stretched along thu rock, present
fed, when it stood erect, a height of
more than 100 feet, and, by counting
the annular rings upon a section of ono
of its coevals, it was ascertained that it
was moro than four thousand years
old, standing thero on its rocky perch
, unmindful of the deludes of Deucalion
and Koah, and unshaken amid all tiio
commotions of tho globe.
Kven this majestic altitude Is sur
passed by some of tiio eucalyptus, which
thus far aro tint highest trees ever dis
covered; but there is as yet no sullieicnt
testimony as to their longevity. It is,
however, manifestly great, and somo of
thoso which are to bo planted here and
there by our compatriots may outlast
thu nation, as thu chestnut tree of Etna
outlasted Home, and the giant tialu s
beside the Hosphorus have outlasted
tho lines of Constantino aud I'ulieo
logus. Brooklyn Eagle.
Arab Women an Fighter.
From the earliest period of their his
tory, tho women of the tlc-ert-tribcs
wero as celebrated for their skill with
lance or bow, as for that bronze beauty
which tho composers of the iiuusitlah
or tho moallakat wero never weary of
describing. Hefore Islam it was'lhe
boast of many Arabian tribes, as it was
afterward of certain Tartar hordes, that
their women could light as well as the
men; the Himaryities wero among the
most famous of these. ' All through
those ancient Arabian poems, to which
Mahomet is said to have referred us II
nal authority for tho meaning of cer
tain words or phrases in thu Koran, one
finds legends of Arab girls celebrated
for their equestrianism, their dexterity
with tho scimetar, and even for thu
number of men they havu ovcrcomo in
single combat. Islam, by subordinat
ing tho woman to the man, and destroy
ing thu idea of male ami femalti crpiari
ty, did much to extinguish thu warrior
spirit of tho fair ms throughout tho
greater part of the Oiient; Imt in the
deserts of Arabia and Noi hern Africa,
something of those undent ideas still
prevail. A'. U. Times-Democrat.
Letter carriers heie," says a Salt
Lake City dispatch to the Aitu Califor
nia, "aro having a uuitjuo experience.
On account of tiio lato polygamy ar
rests here all the Mormons htivu been
severely warned against talking to
strangers, giving their nuiucs or resi
dence. Thu enrriers in their rounds
knock at doors, and u scurrying ensues
inside. A child answers the door, it
is asked who lives there, nnd It often
refuses to tell. Il does not know thu
neighbors or where its father or mother
is to bo found. The uniform Is a sign
of enemy, and no information is to bo
Mr. Morgan McClary has reopened bis new
and s condhaml store, c nsistlng of new tird
reeood-hand clothing, notions, etc. Hues
firs -clasi second-hand clothing as before.
(live blra a call.
IhaSprtagflelit Hlonui Dye YVorka
D s all kinds ot dyeing, cleaning and re
pairing of Ladles' and Oenllemen't Wear,
Featner beds renovated and Ice curiums
cleaned and icnvwrd at the Springfield Hiram
Dye Works, 21 Norlb Center St. Jlemernlur
all work it warranted. H, A, liniio.
Manufacturers. Inventors and others deslr.
ing Models or Patterns of any description
made, should call upon W. T. I'arker, 30
West Washington street, where all kinds ol
Pattern Work it promptly and properly done.
foot, is ono of the most popular evar
in nil styles and grades,
M'iti.N;t'ii:i.i ki:taii, maiikhts
CoRnxcTxn nr Pius. W, 1'itntkr A Co.,
91 and 93 West Mtln slrret.
Daily Iterwrl-Frlday, May 8, 18M.
Bdttkb Full sui'plr, choice I0a2S.
Kima Full supply at HUc per doi.
I'oi'LTRV llootl demand; cblckenr, young, 20a
Sue; old. KtXc each.
AprtKS-JI orial W per buh.
roTATOK SSc ir bush.
Swkkt Potaioks None.
Cibdaok Ner Ktal'o head.
OslOiHS Hertiin'ias'iSc H peck.
Calt snow-Hake brand, 11.25 per bbl.
Coal Oil lOal.'.a'JUc per gat.
"eoaa-t urkd Mkats Sides, 10c; shoulders, 10
Buoars A larRe demand and prlcea low; frran
ulate.l,;Keperltii "A" white, Hie per lb; eitia
C Ilsht, die per lb; yellow 0, &c per lb; C, oo
Cofkkk Marko lower; Java, 20a30c per lb;
I'.lo, golden. 18a0 pcrlb: Wo, prime green, 12S
15c per lb; lilo.x timou, 10c per lb,
rlvHCrs 4Oa50a"0c pemal.
Molasuks Ne Orlear:,0ua80opergal;aorghara
67c per (tat.
Kick Heat Carolina, b'tc per lb.
Dkikd Aprtts-8 1-Sc per lb.
Drikd I'kaciies 1214c per lb.
Chickk.ns Ecarcee; Ureiaed, HOalCc each.
Tl-rkkvs Kcarco: 12Kc per lb.
Ducks " 12 75a3 00 ir Uoz.
Fine washed. 28n3or- tinwaalu'd. Vfl
VMUI UF.NT FUItSIaHKD
either for one or two iersoti. OiitnlilRpiitrariri.
and n!eaant location. Apply at IOC S. Factory
POIt HKNT-A llltlCK HOUSE WITH 8 JtOOMH
T and bath rcom, No. 05 Klzer street. Imiulre of
'IIjoi. F. McDrcw, Br.
LMIH ItliM I'll h AT A (.ODD HOLSi; UK
r ore rooms) kitchen, well, clitern an I largo
EArdeii, at 361 ".Njr h. Also y, acic ot ground
lor rash or harc. Inquire at (ieo. Suldcr'a, sis W.
POK ItCNT-A SMAI I. FKAMK HOUSE OK
T Wist ' olumkta street, between Mechanic and
I'Jtim Rta ; good aUble. Also one, two or threo
ruonisat li'j K. .Main at. Item 'ow. Inquire u(
l.V)lt KHal TWO KIOI1T KOOM HOUffF.S
T with atable for rent at 120 per month. Noi s
miu o. cbi .ajuiotrry sireei. inquire ol J,
ItONF.Y TO LOAN.
IN BUMH FltOM 1,000 TO
a?e on rpul p.IaI. II. M
ill JViou; tlrat rusrtgase on real enisle. II.
ftnepj.cr.l, oinca (. t. ri No. 10 8. Llmestoue Bt.
KICPOKT OF THE CONDITION
Of the B.ri.ml Nulliuiiil llnuk.at Springfield,
.ii mo oiuie uj isuiu, at 1110 cioue ol uuilueas
May C, 1883.
Loans aoddlscouuta KWfiVi 91
tnerdralt. n (mi
IT. ?. booda to secure circulation.. 1G),uO0 Hi
iMie irom approved rcttervc agents Ol.oYT SI
Due Irom oilier National I'atika 87 CD
iiueirom state limits ami bankers 2.H.K; i)
Oirmit exin tmes and taiea paid, 461 2'j
i ii'cas aim oitiercusii items 4'17 cs
JIllls ol other bantu. 25,172 10
l raclional pd,ei"urreucy, nlcaela and
pennies 332 09
ccle 4,818 40
lal lender note 10,000 00
..vuniufiiiuu moo wiiu u. o. treasurer,
S per tent, ol circulation
dpltal stock raid In $201,000 00
Hurt'luafund t 10,000 01
Undlrlded prulita 4,MJ5 is
National liank nof outstanding 141,000 10
.iiuiiiuu.i urjiuaiiB BUi'iet'l
to check .I198,621 88
Deuiand lerllrUates of de-
. posit .-... 111.705 07 212.rG 9
Due to other National banks.. 4,085 10
Total 5055,277 t
Stateof Ob o. Countrnl Cljrli. n
1. J. (J. Itriialhck, Caahlerof Ibe above-named
b nk, do foleuiiily awear tb t the aboie statement
is iruo 10 uie nest oi my Knowledge auu ti net,
J. O. llKNALLAf K. (miller.
Huliacrilieil and awnrn to before rue this 9 h day
v. J, , on.i.
Jivks Jomnso.v, Jr, Notary 1'ut.lic.
ConuKcr-Atleiti amok Hiitki.kv,
Itr.l'OUT OF TIIK CONDITION
Of tliol.HKomliaii'iiiluiml llHlik,atHjirlngfleld,
In the Kuieof Ohio, at the dva ot bualncu
May t, 18S5. .
Isjana a"d dKounti jj 25!) 82
Orerdrafli 1.135 87
u, 8 ilonds to wcure clrculallon tn,ooi) no
U. H, I'onds on h nd a. loo oo
.inn Msi.B iuii'ishiii luur'g'gea i,uikj ihj
Due from ai proted reerv agcuts .. 3.VCO u'j
Due Irom other "allonal llama 4,016 TG
me irom wieiMli and lnnktr 4,7r,it 71
1 eal estate, lurniluro and nxlurei. 20,000 00
Current cxpermea and taxes paid.- 2 14
I'r mill . a paid 2.812 68
i-iiecai auooinerrssn lieins . 1,130 21
Ml la ol Gtli r Utiks 13'J 00
rriiiiiii 1 pater tiirreney, niisiia and
pennies .. 'SCI 6.1
Sieile 2.CJ8 71
ldl tender note 10,505 00
I'.edeiuulloii nud lih U. ri, Treaiuier,
5 per tent of circulation 4,185 00
-II' 0,891 55
Capllilalwk paid jD f IdO.OOf) 00
Kurpliialuod ti.tm 10
llii'llldid prollti 105 Hi
Nailo-al I'.nk nolea outilandlng 83,700 00
iiMiiii'ii.Mi ueiuviia aui'ject
to lhek ......tlJ",IOtl 50
Demand (erllllciiea of de
posit 23,093 93 173,202 45
Pu lo other N.tlonsl liaiika ... 3.915 08
rue in lime naiila ana liunkera 3,701 01
Notts and tills re-dlscounted 20,177 91
Mate nl Olilu, County ol C'ark, aa.t
J D, I'. Jetterlea,' ashler ol the above-named
bank, dx-i'i'iunly sweir that the above atalrincnt
la true Id Hie best uf u; knorledse and lellel.
- II. 1. Jk.kckhiks. Cashier.
Sul.srifled and sworn lo before nis Ibis 91b. day
of May, 18,
. WiLiika COI.VIK, Notary Public.
ConaiCT Attest 1 J011.1 IIiwkli.,
designed for men's wear. Being
KKl'OItV OF TIIK CONDITION
01 the Flrt Nntlonnl llnnlt. of 8prlnneM,at
gprlngdeld, In the Slalcof Ohio, at the close of
iiutinea', may 0, 18).
Iotn and illwoi'nla I 711.251 72
Overdraft 689 51
u.t. t-onda torecuro circulation, four
per cen Is . . 100,000 00
U. K llnmUon hand 400 00
Other Mocks, bom a and mortgages...... 114,610 00
Due frum niipriived re erve agents 118,112 06
Due from olher Natt rial 11 nks
Inio fro 1 Melo HuUa and bankcra....
Ileal estate, Imnltme, andtixtures.
Current extieiises and taxes paid.........
Cheeks and other cuh Items
Hills of other banks.
Klaclionnl hsner curieticr. nlckela
and peniiles 150 8'!
ppicle .. 22,500 00
lA-ual tenner notes- 30,000 00
itedi'mption l'tind with U 8. Treas
urer, (5 per cent of circulation,)... 18,000 00
Total 11,482,233 90
Capital sloek paM in 1400,000 00
Sti tilni lund
I ndlvidcd prolils..
National Hank li'itt a outstanding 300,000 00
Inuivldtial deposits aublecl lo
check $111,243 21
Demand certificates of de
posit 79,612 20 190,885 41
Duo to other National Hanks. 17,391 38
Due to .-Into Hants and bankers 1,002 99
Total .tl, 182,23.1 90
btatt of Ohio, County of Clark, as. I, C. A.
Phelps, Cashier of tho above-named bank, doad
emnly swear that ibe nbovo atateirent is true to
the best ol my knowledge and belief.
C. A. l'liKLra, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo ma this llth
day of May, 1885.
KoiiKtT C. RoixiBRS, Notary Public.
Cokreit Attest: H. n. Wabiier,
J. II. TllOUAS.
ItKl'dUI OF TIIK CONDITION
Of the Mail Itlrer National Hank, at&prlng-
eld, In the Htate ol Ohio, at the ctoao of business,
May 6, 18M.
Leans and discounts 1119,222 16
Overdraws 1,053 85
U. 8. lionds to seiuro circulation . 300,000 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortgages 36,000 00
Due from approved reserve, agents H, 102 33
Due from other National Hanks. 1,227 61
Due Irom Hate l-anaa and bankers 2,207 61
Heal estate, furniture and fixtures 20,500 OO
Curr,nt exienscs and Lxea paid.. 3,450 88
Chert s and olhercash items 856 10
lilllH ol other banks 1,31100
Fractional pnfier currency, nickels and
I 'Clinic 1,369 23
Spee'e 26,860 20
Lcial tender notes , 30,000 00
Kedetupllou fund with U. S. Treasurer,
6 per (cut of clr. illation 13,50100
Total .890,19U 79
Capital slock paid In 1300,000 00
(-urplu.i fund , 60,000 00
Undivided protlt 42,928 08
National lank notes outstanding. 270,000 00
Iudlvf fual deposits subject
to I beck 1169,578 50
Demand certificates of de
posit 33,291 38 202,869 88
Due to other National hanks 11,900 87
Duo to state bants and bankers 2,492 16
tr ol c ark. as: I. I Los. r.
Mri.rew. Cashier of the above-named ban, do
solemnly swear that tin above statement Is true
to the beat of my anowlcdgo anil belle!
Tiios. F. MoObkiv, Cashier.
Subscribed anil awcrn to before me thla llth
day ol May, I8b5.
J. F. McCJaicw, NoUry Tubllc.
COKKhCT Attest! JahksH. Uoouk,
Tlioa. F. McUrkw,
IlKI'Ollr OF TIIK CONDITION
Of tbeSprliiBllelil Nntlonnl liana, at Hprlng
ti.ld, In the btatoof Ohio, at the close of bualuess,
May 6, 1885.
I)aus anil dlscouuls 1183,010 84
Ovrrdrafla 370 20
U. H. Hoi, .is lo secute circulation 100,000 00
Due from approved reserve aneula 8,855 86
Hue from o her National llan.s 2,171 62
I 'lie from .--tate Banks and bankers 645 08
Ileal tsiate furniture and Aaturei 12,726 10
Curreut expensea and taxes paid .. 1,810 20
rremluuia paid H 8,375 00
Checks and oilier (ash Items 212 60
Illlis of oilier hanks 5,233 00
r raclional paper currency, nickels and
ptnnie 99I 13
specie , .. 5,M 65
Leiral tender notes 8,435 00
ltedemidion fund with U. 8. Treasurer
5 percent of Irculatlon 4,500 00
Capital stock paid In - 1100,000 00
Undivided prolln .... ..
National 11 ink iiules outstanding
Individual deposits subject to
llieck I 76,435 71
Demand certificates of de
posit 1,295 10
Due lo oilier Jtational Hanks
Total ..787,9I9 41
Stale of Ohio, .County of rlaik;u.i
1, F. P. l'entleld, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly awe.r lb t Ibe above statement
Is Iruo lolhe best of my knowledge aud belief,
F. f. 1'K.lHkLli, Caabler.
Snt'scrlbed and sworn to befura me Ibis llth day
of itay, I8S5,
II. C Coxvaiute, Notary Public.
Coiiukct Altestt 1. F. Mast,
WAMTKII LAOY UETWKEN 20 AND 80
years ot age to solicit. Call after :S0 p, m,,
Miuday eienlng, No. V9 North Market si.
morlgaee security, rlty or country properly.
Address I'. II , I ock Box 2 3, 1'. O ,clly, '
WAN1UII-OM) IKON. COI'I'KK, HBA8H
sine Ira, ras, rubber, tones, etc.: will pay
cash. J. W. Mo.ld.io, 72 Winter street, Bdrlng.
ilANTKIl-dlltl, TO I)') (1KNEKAL HUUaE
II work. Inquire at 178 K. Booltht,
ANTED-TWO MA LEGMEN TOHEI.LHKW
ln machines. Call at Ibe Blnger Hewing
Machine oM e, Cl Arcade.
lyANTED-AOIULFOK GENERAL HOUHE
' V'V.Vn'iJWS f'l"'i. Call Immsdlstely
si No. 117 E. High Ht., city. '
HELIOTROPE- WHITE ROSE,
Equal to Atkinson's, at Half the Price.
CHAS. LUDLOW, Druggist.
National Festival at Black's Opera House,
Thuraday and Friday Evonings, May U and 15, 1885,
Qiven by the Ladies of the First Presbyterian Church.
This will be tbo Moil Attractive Kntertalnmsnt of the Season, embracing
Many IVo-w nnd Origin." Features!.
The Opera House will be Beautfully Decorated. National and Patriotic
Songs will be Rendered by the Church Choir.
TARI CalllV Illustrating the History of the United Stiles, will be alven evert half hour. The
Dl-'-sUA, Finest Kver Men Here.
ppcpCCUUCMTC Strawberries, Ice Cream nnd Ires, Cute, I Iglit I.tnch
PANDY "oiler's New York Candy, llest on Kartb.
FLOWERS A HI','nJI'1 I'lornl Department. Flowers In all Shapes and Varieties.
DIVERSION DEPARTMENT. A".V,ifKffl,t:,!ia,!" 0re,t
SODA FOUNTAIN. "rup.lnllre.tV.rl.ty.
Kans,'Candy Iloies, and Floner
The Ladies will be Dress' d in Costume Re
of Cur tvational Life,
Everybody Cordially Invited to
Ulinniri" nf I'roirriiiiiuio Kmli
This iireiiarntlon conliiiiis
Quinine, with the hofteninir tiunlilii h ot Ohcerine.
. -. as as
It iiroinotCH a healthy nnd rapid growth oi, and prevents the
hair front tailiug out.
Ladies will iiiitl tills also nn elegant preparation for ordinary
toilet use. Put up in 50c and $1 bottles. Prepared only by
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
Mo. 2U Bust Main Htroot.
HUFFMAN & RICHTER.
"JL" AiXLiO fc iw7
Invite inspection of
R. P.Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
whmtre tit ttli f iw'iMfit tnat
(Kit t n nuiMhlttf ur uuith
PltOI'KK STILES FOIl
Country and City Use.
LAP ROBES, HARNESS,
and STABLE OUTFITS.
Prices tho Best for the Quality.
BRUCE & CO.,
228 and 230 WEST FOUR Til STKEET,
Special Estimates on Complete
For 15 years at 3; Court 1'lacc, now at
A rfuUrtr MltKfatsMJ txd IrasUI niill0r4 tLjilcUo IsMut Us
noil suootMful, bU vnamt will ytur;
Spermatorrhea and Iinpotenor.
Mthtrtiult fMlf-ftbutst la youUi, miui! cio-mc. in n
iurtr jMrti, eroUir cautwf, u4 )i4uriii aonitcf tU9fA
k(tlTMU;Sstfaiuu, bviuln) KuiUalboi, (nLl tulsv
liHU it dratiiBi). bliuorsi of ft llt, UlfwHln ItwUMt , fbr
-,! Uey, fioiplu oa Vk. A i trtlos fvcirt; of 1 1 mi In,
Confusion of 14t, U11 jf (Httut) rtr, e.,rtinJirlni
vauiiwwB bi iota, iaii i pttuti .wr, e., i
untrrUf. luiirotr or unhki-pr, rs tbiruiiiblr sui
V lmu ft iB ) S Gonor
ii su4 criu st
r eurtd tui tn
ttrrktur. (jrtLttli Itarnia n.a U..,.i.,.. '
H la fMlf f klout that by ttdan bo HJi ucsiUttrtitiVQ
tonilsicUH(ir dltwaas., a.t,i irctuiui tUuiamla trnuu.
Jlj.hoqulrnfiesiUUIl. I'byaivUD kuultiitUhctirui
rwosTMatl rwoi u uy cr. M Uea tvl Fwnrtiit-ii w
f Utl Um clt fcrtmuuvul, mJkiufcB Ukui MtTkUilr
i(4uMy by n.l tr tfpnui tuy wttert,
JSPt wtrfttttoed in all Caiei
rl!'.-'!.'U'U' MW?1 or iTtT IVw I Li Ullrt.
Cbttriw rMMrBttttlt .ad wsrrwtiouiliiuii tmil cbbtUfbUtU.
, twal a mj sdreM, Marti Hilait. ft thirtf
Caskets In Various TeslKnt, as Pouventrs.
This Mncniflceat Eiitortainment.
Evonli.e. Doors Uiirn nt 7 l. M.
Everything at Riasoiuiblo Prices.
the Invifioratirs nrorortiea
. . a . ni "-'
--Quaker Sty leu" perfectly fast and reliably
BY ALL DRQOODS DEALER&
Maverick National Bank,
Accounts of BnV, Banker and MfrctntlU
nrmi rt-criTfa, and builotis connected with bnk
IsO don correipondent. Cltr Bsnk. "Limited,"
ASA I. I'uTTKII, I'ffM.
, W. Work, Cash,
or IiiJIcsttou Ih the (.tdriiavh's protest
aalnot unsuitable fooJ, Die excessive use
of iilcoliol or tobacco, busty rating and
tlrlnkln;,', and all irrational liublts of
livlni'; ami Ayer's Sarsaparllla Is tho
stomach's best friend, relieving It of dl:
tress, nnd u Id I ii,' lis return to licalthful
acllmi. C. Ciintcrbury, 1U Franklin st.,
lloston, .Muhi., it coullrincd dysjicptlc, was
Ihouso of Ayer's Sumuparllla. Ho says:
"I suffered severely from Dyspepsia for
several yeuri. I consulted five or six
physician, who gave 1110 no relief. At
last I was Induced to try Ayer's Sarnapri.
rlllii., und by its uu I um entirely cured."
O. T. Adams Siencer, O., says : 't have
for yearn sultured acutely from Dyspepsia,
(careely taking a meal, until wllliln the
lt four moutli, without enduring thu
most distressing pains of Indigestion.
has restored me to erfcct health."
I'rcpm-cd by Dr. J.C. Aver It Co., l.ouselL
Mass., u. S. A.
fld by all Druggists.
I'rlce 1 j x liottlea, $5.
. ... ... iiimiui, snovn as a coniMUmt faousa
".".'"hVi"1 "'.lrs to Bollf h. iinbllo Ibat
ti.h ! 'i1 '"'esiKl Uido srori la Usl Tllus. log. "J
Si V?l' s5''i ,lloidawt UaCuddr's. No.
Is Ksst Main slrwt.or address sluliai isd.
dsnie ou W.st Collsg annua cltf. my
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