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date In IH88, Mi9 above. Temperature at same
dale In '111', 7J1 shore aero.
Mr. John J. (Iltssncr, Is In (bo ell;.
Mr. Samuel lllack ol .intsvlllc, li In Ibo
city (or a few days.
Thomas !'. MtOretv and wile went to Cin
cinnati tbia morning,
J. T. Iloivlcy, traveling auditor of tho P.,
G. & Ht. L.( was In the city today.
Alexander McDnnlel waa arrested yesterday
afternoon tor using profane language.
0. D. Noiirse, of Mast, Foos & Co., Is In
Kataska, Mich., In the Interests of the firm.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dean, and Miss Nettle,
hare returned from California to thin city.
E. A. Morgan, n local newspaper man,
left today lor ft trip to Magnetic Springs and
5 Mm. Tcegardcn and Mrs. Oirdiner Intend
to spend the summer in the east at the lakes
and the seashore.
Several Springfield people went to Diyton
this morning to "see tho elephant." Fore
paugh's circus exhibits there today.
Mrs. A. O. Urnndenburg, nee Minnie
Wraigbt, and little daughter, started today
for Kansas City, Mo., to join ber husband.
Judge White yesterday nit-moon over
rulen the motion to quash the Indictment
against Cooper and Myers, grand larceny
Mrs. Cynthia iavis, who has been visiting
her sister, Mr.. II. Davis, of Clark Btrect.slnce
November, n turned Tuesday to her home in
Mr. and Mrs. James llcan and daughter,
Miss Netlic.lmvo returned to Springfield Irom
Southern California, and will remain here
On Friday evening of this week Uev. W.
A. Robinson, ol l'ittsburg, 1'., wilt deliver
tho third lecture lu the St. Paul M. E. church
0 course. Subject: -Up tho Sault." Admis
sion ID cents.
The removul ol the bay market and express
wagon stand to the court bouso square on
Columbia street, rather crowds things for a
time, but dealers, buyers and residents seem
disposed to moke the best ol It. It will only
continue du lng the occupation ot Market
Miss Vinle lluuck, daughter of Wm. H.
Ilouck, of South Limestone street, and Mr,
James Douglas, of the mercantile agency, will
be. married this evening at tho residence of
the brlde-eltct's parents. The affair promises
to be one of social prominence, a large num
ber ol Invitations having been issued.
An aged colored woman 'named "Marm"
Dipper died yesterday at her room on Win
ter street, soulb'of Kizer. Tho woman's ex
act age is not known, but It was certainly
above ninety years, and many suppose near
ly one hundred. She came from Kentucky
originally and had lived part of the time, of
late years, in Xenia.
Jake Shullenberger exhibited at this olHce,
today a double egg, the productlou of a big
white lieu owued by him. It, or they, as
you ctoose, are without shell but otherwise
perfect, full-sized ben Irult, connected at the
small emU bv a thin formation such as found
on removing the, shell ol a boiled e?g. Jake
baa the egg preserved In alcohol as a
Deputy Sheriff A. J. Baker and ex-Sterlff
1 'James Foley took Collie Anthony, sentenced
i ,fi' aiyearjjyr, robtung a barber, and J. H.
8tell,' eighteen' months for "stealing Mc
Oonkey'a harness, to the penitentiary today,
and Ueorge arid Janus Yates to the Lancaster
reform school. The bjys went oil in high
plrits, the Jail resounding with their shouts
Tb bill authorizing' the liroadwuy Arcade
Hallway to ho built, has passed both houses
of the New Voik Legislature, and only lacks
the signature ol Governor Hill to become a
law. It gives up Ilrnadway from curb to
curb for an underground railway, from the
Battery four or live miles up town up to
IHarlem river we believe. Thi Is the enter
prise in which Mr. Jerome Fattier is inter
ested, we lulieve.
Nine of the 22 asaessroa' districts In the
county, re'urns from which are now la the
bands of the County Auditor, show a to at
falling olf from last year in value of personal
properly listed lor taxation, of $244,555 and
the remaining thirteen are expected to run
the total u,i to almost a million of dollars. One
ward in the city will show a decrease ot
about $100.01)0. Look out for a jump In the
tax rate t) Is year, or a cutting down of the
public service in some directions.
The chemical extinguisher engine, which
baa been rehu'lt and made aa good aa new
after the break-down last winter, was run
out of the shop yesterday and is again In
commission at the Central engine house. It
baa been painted a dark maroon and striped
in gold to correspond with the truck and
bose reels at the Central, and Capt, Duffle ia
very proud of It and spoiling for a run.
Cblel ftlmpsou cime out In a new light road
wagon yesterday, fitted for fire duty. The
alarm gong Is attached underneath the body.
When it sounls, get out of the way.
The ladies ot the Snow Hill Union Sab
bath school will hold a flower festival at the
.school bouse on Friday aid Saturday even
.ling. May 22.1 and 23d. Refreshments will
'be served eaih evening. Flowers will be on
aale at the school bouse all day Saturday
loch ps will be especially appropriate lor
.Memorial Day, The Uulou Sabbath school
la in an exceedingly prosperous condition,
having an average attendance of more than
seventy. Tho new building la progressing
and will be pushed to early completion, aa
'the present quarters are Inadequate to meet
the wanta ol the school. ,
A Mow (ilil (Intnn nf lias. Halt.
It the first gaitiu of the championship
aerlee between the Springfield and Fratik
forta, played here yesterday, was a tedious ex
hibition to wllneas, which It waa, much more
ao would lie the reading of any extended re
port of It, ao none will lm given. In justice
to the visitors It must be stated that, on
their manager'a authority, their regular
pitcher was laid off under a physician's care
and a new man had to be put in to pitch his
first game. For this or tome other reason
the whole team played a spiritless game, lit!
erally piling up etrora and making the affair
almost a hippodrome. In fact, the battery
did about nil that waa done cred
itably, and with good support
the score would have been quite
different. The catcher, lleltman, played great
ball from first to last, having but one passed
ball, although the pitching waa wild at timea.
He earned Hie applause he got. There waa a
kick on Qalvln's delivery, but Mr. Wilcox did
not call him down. Up to tho alxth Inning
the Sprlngfielda played an almost errorless
game and Frankfort should have been shut
out, but In the sixth they went to pieces and
let in four runs. Except in that Inning
the outfield had a snap, lew balls getting b
yond the diamond. In the eighth, with Shoupe
on third, Huey at second and llaker at first,
nobody out and Fisher at the bat, Shoupe at
tempted to steal home, thinking he saw a
chance, but waa caught several fett Irom the
plate. Baker and Huey ran also and were kept
bobbing back and forth with the ball, neither
reaching bis base, until Huey was run down
between second and third. Fisher then pop
ped up an easy fly, and a blind Inning re
sulted. It wasn't brilliant work at all.
Cody's catching waa a feature of the game,
ouie. of his stops and jumping catches lieing
marvelous. In the eighth Inning linker
knocked the ball to left lor what should have
been a two-bagger, but the bases could not
be cleared for him to go to second. Galvln
pitched hia usual good game, more than one
of the fills credited Franklort being scratches,
and the only long hit being Shcnkcl's three
baser In the sixth. The crowd was light.
There must be better support if the present
excellent team is to be kept together through
the season. Wilcox's umpiring was lair to
middling. Following is the scote:
A. II. K. 1 II. I-.U. A.
Ardner, 2 b 0 12 4 2
rccklnpaugli,a I 6 2 I
Went, lu 5 3 2
Shuilie, a. a 5 12
Huey, r. f 5 0 2
Maker, l.f 5 12
Fl.lier, II 6 1 1
(lalrln,i 5 2 2
Cody, e 5 2 2
-to t:i trj 27 20 i
A. II. K. 1 II. l-.U. A. K.
Harrison, Hi.. 4 0 12 11
Ilanlsb, I ti . 4 I 0 3 li it
bhenkee, a. a 4 110 0 1
HcklMkneclit,3b.... 4 10 4 0 4
Buttlmer, r. 1 4 0 2 2 0 0
Btr ick, p...- .400142
Bcllinau, c 4 119 10
1.0llir, u 3 U (I 5 2 8
I.ydea, I. f 4 0 110 0
S 27 8 14
Springfield..... .. 1
learned rum Springfield 2.
Three baae lilt Shenkel.
Two baae hlta Pecklnpaugh, West, Shoupe,
Ardner and Cody.
Lett on bancs Hpringfleld 2, Frankfort 3
Uouble plays Long and Harrlaon; Fiahei,
Shoupe, Ardner and Fisher.
struck out-On Galvln ft, on Struck 3.
liases on balls Uy Galvln 1.
Passed balls Cody I, Bellman I.
Wild pltchea-OalvIn 1, Htruck 8.
Time ot game Several hoars.
Umpire Wilcox, ol Iiajrton.
The Old World Clem On.
Novelty in the amusement world is al
ways welcomed with eagerness. It Is per
haps fur this reason that the Old World Oem
Co. is doing a large business even in a dull
season. They will appear at Black's lor
three nights, beginning tonight, and Satur
day matinee. Their entertainment 'Is fresh
and interesting. The Edelweiss Mountain
Choir will slog Tyrolean music and play on
Swiss instruments. The choir consists of
seven people and a trained dog, who give a
characteristic Bketch of life in the Alps. Miss
Mimle Loftus, the London beauty, who re
cently caino to this country, will sing her
pretty eonga and crush the benrla of the
young men and befuddle the brains of the
bald-headed row, Ada Laurent will act in
character and ding and dance. Patrick Feen
ly will show how it is done In the Emerald
Isle. E. I). Fits and Katie Webster give a
musical sketch. The acrobatic Herbert
brothers perform their feats, and the per
formance will close with tableaux vlvants, in
which pretty girls will take part. An Im
portant feature of the programme will be
the sword fights between Mile. Jaquanlne,
who is said to be the most exptrt sword.'
woman in the world, and Captain Charles
Engelotecht, who claims to be the champion
master-of-arms of the world.
Reserved feats lor sale tomorrow morning
for the Naid Queen, at the usual place. This
will be the grandest attraction, ever witnessed
in the City of Springfield. See what the
Cincinnati Commercial Guzette says of the at
traction: We have had "Sleba," "Excelsior" and all
the spectacular attractions, but up to the
present there-Is not one that compares with
1 Our Queen" for scenic display. Among the
most notable are: The Forrst Grove in Sum
mer land, Faries' abode by the Sylvan Lake.
Everglades in the Fairy Dells, "Na'd's"
Grotto ol Diamond, Triumphant Night, Ice
Caveru of the Winter Nyrapha, A Storm
Tossed Sea and Shore, The Triumph of Lib
erty and Faitb, with Ita irancendent splen
dors and marvelous aerial effects unlike any
thing ever before teen here.
(impel Tnmparauci Meeting.
The annual meeting ot the G -sprl Temper
ance Union, will be held in Center Street
Methodist Church, Friday Mty 22, at 3 p. m.
Devotional exercises, Secretary and Treas
urer's report, election of officers and an exper
ience meeting, will be the order of exercises.
A cordial Invitation Is exteuded to all. By
Mas. Jaa. ANnKimoN.
Miss S. E. Caviliek, Secretary.
High Setiool Aluuiui Keunlon.
A meeting will be held at tbe High school
rooms Friday evening ot this week at 7:30
o'clock sharp, to make arrangements for the
annual reunion. It is deslrtd to complete
plans at this meeting, and a lull attendance
is requested. 0. M, Marquaht,
Consolation fur Oulgulua; Ottlce-llolilera.
Every one who surrenders place at the official
board needs a auMrlorsmiportlorbodvand uiln i.
Tbe best possible resource la Ui'mr's t'uaa Malt
Ita use. Any physician or cliainlat will car lly to
lu absolute purity, and reliable grocers and drux
flats supply It at It a bottle,
OLOBB MTPtfBLtO. THUB3DAY ffVTENINQ, MAY 21 188tt.
StHti trattMCtloia in real estate hare
been m'erkedup by our real estate agent, A,
Bradford "j0 w,"k'T')f' Frr bonht
the home. 'fdtot,i"J?.V"f- Ilr?wln' f?r
ti7r.nn n Uterine Hedrtck bought the A,
V !p.tV.:..V for $1,400 cash. Mrs. Hed
rtck Just received f 2-?0? " ''
death of ber ton. Jlr. Hedrick- bad la hua
band and nine tona i 1h" "mT- She now
will draw $8 per mo'" on
N111"1- -, .. .i .
While bualnesa la dulf the properties Just
sold seem to have brought atfl that they were
Wm. Comrlo'a buggy waa taateta lew days
ago throwing him out. He l picked op
Intentlble, but toon revived airo ble to be
Pat Sweeney fell backwards out ol a
spring wagon and baa bees carryln g one arm
In a sling since.
Pat Finle's mother died at South Solon
Friday and was burled Sunday from the
Catholic church here.
Mra. Jaa. Gallagher was bulled last Mon
day. Mrs. Gallagher waa one of the oldest
residents, her Mineral being the largest that
has been for long time.'
Farmers are very busy planting. You
can hear the click of the check rower en
every side. While the prospect is slim for a
wheat crop, they seem to be using extra ex
ertions lor a large corn crop.
" J. O. Atkinson and Wm. Clemlns are
shipping large numbers of sheep. The price
Is low, but th-y must go to make room for
S. B. Iltnklns has been In St. Louis, Mo.,
for several days, perfecting arrangements on
a car coupling which he has an Interest in,
said by good judges to be the best patent
coupler yet Issued. We are In hopes Ranklns
Jc Sturgeon will build shops here for the
manufacture of their patent. We bare sev
eral patentees in our village. 0. II. Wentx Is
no making loo dozena of his patent horse
collars per week and Is behind with hia or-)
dira. lie received a telegram from Peoria,
III., thia morning, for two grow, by first
Ireight, n duplicate of the order tent last
Ham Smith, attorney for John llcnjphlll,
has brought suit against A. Rains for dam
age on a warranty in the sale ot a horse,
which promises to be highly Interesting.
The Pan Handle railroad proposes to run
Sunday excursions from Columbus, Dayton
and other points to this place and botd high
carnival on Sweeny picnic ground. Then
we will be up to Cincinnati.
Mr. S.ll. Bowlua waa in Cincinnati on the
14 b inst.
Miss Annie Billentlue, of Mad River Val
ley, Is in the suburbs spending a tew weeks
with Mrs. Win. Frank.
Mr. Harry Bovtlus was at Greenville, 0.,
th- Utli Inst., the guest of Miss Lessle Aul
ter. Mrs. R. M. Miller and Mrs. Allen, of
King's Creek, O, were tho guests of Mrs.
John Welch, of Egle City, O., Thursday
Mist Hyman, of Springfield, waa In the
suburbs recently, the guest of Miss Belle
Miss Emma Kauffman, of Champaign
county, 0 , was the guest of Misses Sallie and
Ella Karg Wednesday evening last.
Mr. Jerry Wade, the well-known pickle
man, will plant four acres this season lor the
Mr Clem. Bowlua, P. M. G., waslu Spring
field Friday transacting some Important
The Rer. Mr. Symans preached an extra
ordinary sermon to a crowded house at Vic
tory school nous- Sunday evening.
The farmers will complete planting tbia
Mr. John Wyant la giving a neat appear
ance to hit dwelling by painting.
Mr. Wm. Collins will teach the Dallas
school the coming term and will give univer
sal satisfaction. ,
The Victory 8abbath school folka will give
a grand Sunday school basket picnic June
-lib. Itia proposed to invite all Sunday
schools that wish to unite and spend a pitas
ant day. The grounds have not been se
lected, but It ia proposed to get the beautilnl
grove of Mr. Adam Baker near Eagle City
Mills. Particulars will be given later.
The community were shocked this morn
ing to bear of tbe sudden death of Miss
Tillie Wingel, one of the victims of typhoid
fever ot Reuben Winget'a family, south of
Enon. She died some time in the night and
was found dead in bed tbia morning. - Mrs.
Winget-ia in a critical condition also, and
the knowledge of the death'of 'her daughter
ia kept from ber. There are now five of the
family down with the fever. Tbe two boys
who took it first are now convalescing.
It is rumored that Mr. Dlckenshcets, the
blacksmith at the station, will toon go west
to look himself up a borne.
Mra. Mania, ot Covington, Ohio, is visit
ing ber mother, Mrs. Read, ol thla place.
Mr. Charley Hamaker and Will. Funda
berg were rusticating in Xenia over Sunday.
Corn planting Is being rapidly completed,
and this week wil probably wind it up.
Mr. Lloyd Fryant and Jacob Stine,
of Clilton, paid our little village
a Hying visit Saturday.
The Enon Baso Ball team crossed bats with
the Yellow Springs boys Saturday and got
knocked out ot time to tbe tune of 31 to 1&.
Rev. G. B. Merrill, pastor of the Christian
Church ol this place, will graduate In theol
ogy at Antioch this i-oming June, and has
chosen as his Thesis the proposition "To be or
not to be?" We believe he has already de
cided not to be a reverend gentleman, but
has decided to be a disciple ol Esculaplus,
Colonel J. W. Uanes Is building a hand
gome barn to correspond with bis fine resi
dence. Tbe location ia juat opposite the cliy
There bas been no election of teachers bere
by tbe school board aa yet.
A Ureal Discovery.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton, la., says;
" My wife haa been seriously affected with a
cough 'or twenty-fire years, and this apring
more severely than ever before. She has
used many remedies without relief, and being
urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, did
ao, with moat gratilying reaulta. Tbe first
bottle relieved her very much, and the second
bottle bas absolutely cured her. She bra not
bad ao good betlth for thirty years."
Trial Bottle Free at Chas. Ludlow's Drug
Store. Large alze $1.
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetLe, general debil
ity, disordered blood, weak constitution,
headache, or any disease ot a bilious nature,
by all means procure a bo. tie cf Electric Bit
ters. You will be surprised to see the rapid
Improvement that will follow; you will be
Inspired with new life; etrenglh and activity
will return; pain and misery will cease, and
henceforth you will rejoice In tbe praise ot
Electric Bitters, Sold at &0 cents a bottle
by Cbaa. Ludlow,
tluckleu'a Arnica Balv.
Tbe best aalve In tbe world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Coma, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It It guar
anteed to give perfect tatlalactlon, or monsy
refunded. Price 35c. per box. For salt by
Ltdlet French, German, an.
English Hositry in Black, Plain
and Fancy Colors.
and Silks, Children's DOUBLE
KNEE In Plain Balbriggan ami
Frtnch Children's Llilethrtad
and Silk Ribbs.
Gent's Half Hose. Immense
assortment Balbriggan, Lisle
threads, British, Plain and
Fancy. "Shaw Knit," the
best value ever made.
Domestic Hosiery, any styles
you want at prices that will
make them go.
Din't pass by our 18c. 20c
ami 25c Regular Made Hosiery
for Ladies, Gent's and Children.
II kt nicr,.
Tbe closing exercises of Donnellsrllle
school' -were held .last Wednesday evening.
Mr. Urrshej and Kiss Trumbo, the teachers,
have dosed a successful career of several
years lu these s-hools, and both retire wllh
the best wishes of patrons and pupils. It is
expected that a new three-room building will
be ready to greet their successors at the open
ing of tbe new school year.
Preparations are being completed for the
si ccess of tbe educational mass meeting to be
beld in .Snyder's grove, south of Forgy Sta
tion, next Saturday. It Is expected that tbe
committees on transportation from tbe various
school districts have all airangements made
for lbs successlul transler of every pupil in
the school by Friday evening ot this week.
Teachers should see that each pupil who is
upon the progrum, nnd all who have passed
tbe entrance examination tn the high school,
hive h way provided to get to the ma's meet
ing Saturday morning. The committee on
entertainment consists of the following per
sons: James Limine, chairman; J. V. Forgy,
Tobias Kline, Joseph Wallace, 0. S Forgy,
Frank MiClaln, J. A. Ilershey.C. B. Minnich.
D. (i. Franlz, Joel T. Forgy, Ojcar Quick and
Henry Titelow. This committee n quests that
all the patrons ol Ibe schools provide some
thing for the table devoted to tbe entertain
ment of visitors and strangers. This com
mittee should meet Saturday morning toar
vaogt; lor the transportation of strangers to
and Irom trains. Tbe echools'are expected to
artive upon the grounds In delegations not
later than 0:30 o'clock. Projier seats will be
piovidtd, and tbe schools will be called in the
oider ol the numbering of tbe sub-districts,
commencing with Medway, No. 1. Dinner
will be terved upon tbe grounds, and tbe
afternoon session will commence promptly at
2 o'clock. This will consist of addresses by
prominent speakers and educators Irom va
rious portions of tbe State. Tbe most prom
inent ot there ate Hon. J. Warn n Keller,
President W. B. Bjdine, ol Keoyon College;
Rev. Raleigh, ot Osborn, Rev. A. W. Clokey,
of New Carlisle, probably Superintendent
Burns, of Dayton, While of Springfield, Cox,
of Xenia, and Dr. Hancock, of Dayton.
Music for this occasion v. Ill be furnished by
the Bellbrook Cornet Hand, and possibly
others. Saturday evening tbe commence
ment exercises ol tbe township high school
will be beld at Olive Branch. These exercises
will commence promptly at 8 o'clock To
enable all who are Interested in the com
mencement to obtain comfortable seats, a
small admission lee will entitle each one to a
ticket admitting him to the ball. Tbe money
thus raised will be devoted to bearing the ex
panses ol tbe day. At the close ot the exer
cises of the class, an address vvlll be deliv
ered by President W. II. Bodioe.
The Hoard of Education meets the Boards
of Jackson and Mad River townships, Cham
paign county, rrVit Saturday afternoon to
torm a joint sub-district.
Many farmers will have to bay seed wheat
for next fall's seeding.
A very large corn crop will be planted.
B. F. Klzer, ol Valpariso, Ind., made a short
visit here last week.
A very large peor, plum and cherry crop
Is looked for.
Miss Racbael Overholser, of Addison, 0.,
is visiting old Iriends around here.
Our township school board will probably
elect a superintendent of tbe township school
at their next meeting.
I bridge across Dry Run is to be built
A spicy Utile paper is published in our
neighboring village The Iremoot Tribune.
Ma its shadow and Influence increase with
John Hartman, sen., was very Beriously
burnt Saturday while burning brush. His
clothing caiiclit fire and before It could be
put out one leg was burnt almost to a crisp.
Miss Mary .Wilson went to Belle Center, 0.,
Mrs. Samuel Nawtnan had some ol tbe
bones of the loot broken Sunday by a mis
step, which twisted tbe toot until tbe bones
broke. Tne Injury is very severe.
TEI.LUW SPUING S.
J. II. Little bas just received a lot of farm
The Misses Lyons, of Dayton, are bere as
the guests ol Miss Hagar.
President Lang spent Friday and Saturday
in Cincinnati, '
Rev. Mr. Leavitt and wile, of Princeton, N.
J., are here for the summer, at Mr. Mcin
tosh's. M". Leavitt was lor some years a
missionary in India.
Tbe hall of tbe Union Society will receive
repairs to the amount ot $125, consisting in
papering, painting and varnishing furniture.
Work will begin this week.
Dr. Duncan bas gone to Brooklyn to es
tablish tbtre tbe headquarters ot the Illx Dis
L. A. Harvey preached at Sunbury last
Sunday, Ailing the pulpit made vacaut by
Ibe death of Rev. Joseph Weeks.
Several of our pei4gogus called upon tbe
county examiners at Xenia Saturday to have
tbelr measures taken.
Mr. Klward Leivltt, of Cincinnati, is here
visiting-his parents. He Is now a law stu
den', htvlng graduated Irom Princeton last
year. He bas several cups and medals won
at athlellc contests. He won in a mile loot
race at New York, with a tlini of 4 :40.
A game ot bise ball was played Saturday
between Enon and Yellow ttprlngs, tbe score
standing 1G to 31, In lavor oi V, S. In jus
tire tt Euop, be it said, that Yellow Springs
Imported some of their best players. Their
catcher, Mr. Tarbox, formerly wltb the
Mets , was the admiration of all lovers of the
"BLACK BRO. A CO.
A Ladies really elegant Kid
Glove that will retain its
BEAUTIFUL LUSTRE, long or
short fingers. A SURE FIT
Children's Kid Glove, Lisle
and Silk: Children's Silk Mitts,
Black and Colors.
Ladle's Lisle and Silk
Gloves, Black and Colors, all
sizes, 6 and 8 button lengths,
from 25c a pair. A BARGAIN.
Ladle's Driving Gloves, a
COUNTER FOR THIS DEPARTMENT.
The Township Sunday-school Convention
held in the M. K. church Sunday afiernoon
was very interesting. The programme was
rather long for a warm afternoon, but the ex
cellent character of the exercises held the at
tention ol the audience to the close.
Rev.S. Wright-Butler, of Fall RIver.Mssa,
will deliver the annual lecture before tie
literary societies this year.
A Clean Sweep.
There wss a great commotion the other
night at a commuoist meeting, when an ex
cited orator said, "all existing social institu
tions must be destroyed, wiied out, nnd
swept away." Had he remarked that rheum
atism, U)spe sia nnd debility must be cleared
nut and swept away, and that Brown's Iron
Hitters would do tbe cleaning and sweeping,
he would have been loutlly npplnuded.
Brown's Iron Hitlers made a clean sweep of
the dyspepsia, nervousness nnd sleeplessness
of Mr. George P. Miller, of Hamilton, Tex.
The venerable Dr. Wilkinson, of Ann Ar
bor, Mich., Is In the city visiting his son, Rev.
A. L Wilkinson, on South Factory Blree'.
The Doctor has reached the ripe old age of
8G years, and is still quite spry and active
"Nil drsperandum" never despair. While
there is life there is hepe. The trade mark
ol Mlshler's Herb Bitters is au uncbor wilh
tbe word Hope. Tbe emblem Is justified In
die marvelous cures that have been wrought
by this great medicine in so-called "hopeless"'
rases of asthma, iheumatism, kidney and
liver troubles, bronchitis, sick headache and
A Ureat JJIacovtiry.
Mrs. Emma Clark's Hair Restorer removes
dandruff trom tbe scalp and renders it per
fectly healthy. It will cure all diseases ot
the scalp, also cures neuralgia headache, ner
vous headache and removes pimples Irom tbe
face, restores gray bair to its natural color
and produces a luxuriant growth of the balr.
This preparation is perfectly tree Irom pois
onous drugs. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. This Hair Restorer is pie
pared and sold by Mrs. Emma Clark, South
Charleston, Clark county, Ohio, or her au
thorized agents. Agents wanted Give it a
trial. Price $1 per bottle.
For Bale by Ad. Bakhaus & Co., Druggists,
23 East Main street, and H. 11. Wolfe, corner
Market and High streets, Theo. Troupe and
T. J. Casper.
Newa About Town.
It is tbe current report about town that
Kemp's Balsam for tho Throat and Lungs is
making some remarkable cures wltb people
who are troubled with Coughs, Asthma,
Bronchitis, and Consumption. Dr. T. J. Cas
per, Drugeist, will give any person a trial
bottle free of eoit. It is guaranteed to relieve
and cure. Price 50 cents and $1.
Use Dr. Carpenter's Calculi Resolvent and
you need not tsar death Irom Bright's Disease.
Sold by J. J. Brown.
By land or at sea, out on tbe prairie, or in
tbe crowded city, Ayer's Cathartic Pills are
the best for purgative purposes, everywhere
alike convenient, efficacious, and safe. For
(luggisb bowels, torpid liver, indigestion, bad
bieatb, flatulency, and sick headache, they are
a sute remedy.
cuhks run sulks.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense ot
weight In tbe back, loins and luwer part of
the abdomen, causing tbe patient to Buppose
he bas some effection ot tbe kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of tbe stomach, 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 the application of Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly
upon the parts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents.
Sold by Ad. Bakbaus A Co.
Justice of Ihtt Feace.
For 25 years I have been afliicted with ca
tarrh so that I have been confined to my room
for two months at a time. I have tried all the
humbugs in hope of relief, but with .no suc
cess until I met with ai old friend who had
used Ely's Cream Balm and advised me to try
it. I procured a bottle i.nd Irom the first ap-
flicatlon I found relief. It is tbe best remedy
have ever tried. W. 0. Mathews, Justice of
the Peace, Shenandoah, Iowa.
II AIID TIMKS
While money Is close, wages and prices
low, expenses should be cut down In every
household. Economy, tbe watcb word lor
Mothers, bead of! tbe Doctor bills, by always
keeping in the house a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's
Cough and Lung Syrup. Stops a Cough In
stantly, relieves Consumption, cures Croup
and pain in tbe Cbest in one night. It is
just the remedy lor bard time. ' Price 60 cts.
and $1.00. Samples tree. Sold Ad. Uakbaus
Notwithstanding much t-js been said about
the Importance ol a blood-purifying medicine,
it may be possible that the matter bas never
seriously claimed your attention. Think of It
now! If. by the use ot ajew bottles of Ayer's
Sarsaparllla you avoid tbe evils of scrofula,
and transmit a healthy constitution to your
offspring, tbank us tor tbe suggestion.
Women with pale, colorless faces, who feel
weak and discouraged, will receive both men
tal and bodily vigor by using Carter's Iron
Pills, which are made for tbe blood, nerves
Central Lots fur Sale.
!.nt and house, northwest corner Clilton and
Hprlng streets, another on t llfton street i also one
corner of Pleasant street and Urape alley
wil, i.ivdi au. u
ly to Ibe undersign!
nartlculars apply so me uouersigneu
ises, Mo. M Clifton street.
Miss Elizs Fkaukxmtein,
Jutt added to thi depart
ment exclusive sals of
'THE QUEEN BESS"
Carset and Skirt Supporter,
best fitting, easiest of adjust
ment, perfect satisfaction
Guaranteed. All the popular
brands of Corsets in stock.
LADIES and CHILDRENS.
Make, finish, and prices guar
anteed equal to any.
COME AND SEE.
SIIKIIIPK'.S HA I.E.
PUKSUANT lo tho commands of an execution
ol sale Iwueil fn.m tbe lourtof fJo t mon Tie a
of Clark county, Ohio, and to tne directed and de
llvercl, I will ofler for sale at public auction, at
thesouih door of the Court House of said county,
In the city of fcprlngQeld, Clark county, Ohio, on
hntlmlny, .lune 13, A. II., 1HH.1,
at one o'clock p. in. the following described prem
All or said tiacls hereinafter descrt.cd, being
situated In the county of Clark, Bute ol Ohio, aid
In the city of Springfield.
First Tract- Being Dart of 'ot No. tola David
Lownr'a addition to said cltyj said lot being num
bered 310 In the revised ant consecutive number
ing in said city. Beginning at a point on the
north marginal line of We.t Jefferson street iib
feet cast from the Intersection of said JetlVi'On
strret wilh tbe east line of Mechanic street at C.
II. Pierce's southern corner; thence with the said
I'lcrce a east line sud the e.st line of Wm. Nicbol
sou's heirs north 173 feet. Ibence east with K. M.
Keniey's south line !) feel to a one pole alley
rue lng north and miitli between Mechanic and
Factory street-; thence with the we.t line of said
alley south 17.1 feet to thu north line of J Hereon
slnel; thruio with sail north llnoof Jencrnon
street west DO fest tn tbe plarei ol beginning.
MeeondTract-lielnglotNo. 831 In the revised
and (ouweutite numbering ot lots In said city of
Third Tratt-ltelnij lot No. 4'J aa numbered on a
ii. 'o laid out by David Lowry In addition io
jaid illy of Mprlnglicfd, and number, d 380 in the
new numlierlug In said city.
Fourth Iract bltusted In the county, Stale and
city aforesaid. Beginning on the south side of
Main street at a point 40 teet eastof Ibe Intersec
tion of valdslrec with Walnut alley; thence run
nint south to harles Keller's east line 100 feet
more or lest to said Keller's south line; thence
west with Keller's south line 40 feet to Walout
alley; thence south with said allay 100 feet morenr
lc11.,.0.."Til1 King'" orth line; thence eaat with
said King's north line 100 fett more or less to the
eastlineuf tho p emises of the Union Hall Asjo
clatlon; thenco north too feet more nrlesato
...?."? Miner's south line thence with said
Miller's south line est TSH feet inoreerlces:
thenco north loo feet more or less to Main street:
tbeme west on Main street 30 feet more or less lo
the place of beginning, and being part of lot ho.
68 In James De mint's addition to said city.
Fifth Tract-Being lot No. 41 la Jainea fyiwry'a
plat in addition lo the city of eprlngflald, and
numbered .178 in the revised and consecutive num
bering In S4ld city.
Hlxlh Tra t Mtuatcd lu the countv, t-tate and
city aforesaid, and I elng the north ball ot let
number ten (10) in IJavid lowrr'sadnitlon tosald
clly, ssid lot being numbered three hundred and
ten (.III)) in tbe reiistd and consecutive number
ln of sa d city. .
bctenth Tract-Situated in the aforesaid county.
State aad city. Commencing at a point on the
south Hie of Southern avenue CSIX eel from the
east line of l'earl street; thence south parallel
with said l'earl st cet ISO fset aaore or less loan
alley; thence east with the north line of said al'ey
33 feel to another alley thence north pmllel
with Jill l'earl sireet ISO feet to Southern av aue;
theniewlth said avenue west to the plate ot be
ginning Ninth Tra t-Sltuated In Ibe aforesaid lounly,
HUte and city, and being lot three hnndred and
sllty-slz In James Lowry's addition toSpringllild,
Ohio, in the rerls d aud consecutive numbering
of lots in said city, and lot Sa ob the plat of said
Also, the following described premises, to-wlt :
Situated lu the county ot Clark, State of Ohio,
and city of Hnilnglield.commeuclag at a point ou
the south line of rouibcru avenue one nuudred
and seteoty-one (171) feet west of Taylor street
lnsaldclt); thtnee south one hundred and fifty
() feet to a sixteen ffot (10) alley; thence west
with the north line of said alley thirty-two and
one-half (323) feet: tbeuce north parallel with
Taylor street one hundred and fifty (ISO) ftet to
tbe south line of Southern avenue; thence east
with the south line ef So ithern avenue tklrty-two
ami oae-half (3i) feet to tbe place of beginning.
The above described preaals.-s appraised as fol
lows: Tha part ef the premises therein described aa
Tract'No. One apprjltej at IS,000.
That part ol the premises herein described aa
Tract No. Two appraised at 111,110.
That part of the premises hereiu described aa
Tract Ne. Three appraised at J7.200
That part of the preralws hcrela described ss
Tract No. Four appraised In two reparate parcels;
via.: Flist parcel beginning on tho south sldeoi
Main street at a point 40 feet east of the loUrsec
tlen of said street wilh Walnut alley; thence run
nlng south to CLarles Keller's east line 100 feel
nuie or leu; Ihcnce running east parallel with the
south lin of Main street 30 feet moreorlxs;
thence north with Ch rlis Miller's west line lbo
feet more or less lo tbe south line of M.lu street;
thence wilh the south 1' ne of Main street SO feet
more or less lo the plaieof beginning; said prem
ises appraised at l4,otio Second parcel com
mences at a point on the east line of Walnut
alley, south west corner, to I ho premises ol Charles
Keller; thence running wllh tbe eist line of Wal-
J."',1!?.' ?uUl Af ' Iuor or '
D'Vld King's north line; ttence east with the
north line ot said premises of David King 100 fet
more or less to the last Hue ot the premises of the
Union Hall Asso latlon; thence north
UO feet more or less to Charles Miller's south
line: thenco runnlnir went iiarni viti, ,i.a .. ...,,.
Jlneof Malusucet 100 feet more or less to the
fcinon """""gi "am premises appialsel at
That part of the premises herein described aa
Tract No. Five appraised at f 11,000.
That part uf the premises herein described as
Tract No. elx appraised at 116,0)0.
That part of the premises here, n described as
Tract No. beven appraised at 11,000.
Thst pari of the premises herein described aa
Tra-1 No. Nlue appraised at 116,000
Th t tract In lb above order of app alsal last
des, ribed appraised at tl.'O".
Said above described premises to be sold by or
der of tne Court of Common Pleas ol larv coun
ty, Ohio, In caw No. 771b, wherein Thomas Kenney
eial. areplalnllns and Hugh J. Crelghtoa et al.
are defendants. .
bald preiui.es sold subject tolhe following tease:
I.ot on southeast corner of Washingtm
and Mechnlo streets, being part of Tract No.
a, i!i fret wl le by 40 f et in length; subject to lease
for live years in favor of fl.S. Foos A Co., dated
August il, M2. and mado by Itobert M. Kenaev.
lase Itecord B, p. 71.
I art of Tract No. 6 being premises on east s'de
ot Mothanlc street, and being first Doer ol build
ings and part ef second floor, formerly occupied
by tbe Bel nllflo Mill and Forge Co., with engine,
Ac ; subject to lease for five yeara Irom December
1 law. In favor of the Foot Manufacturing Co;
made by Itobert M. Kenney. Lease Record B, p.
Termwpf sale-One-thlrd cash, one-third in one
year, and one-tblrd in two years from day ol sale.
Deferred payments to leir six percent, per aa
nuia interest, and lobe secured by mortgage on
the premises sold.
WILLIAM B. BAKER,
. .. BherlB of Clark County, Ohio.
IIauan & mon,, Attorneys lor 1'lalnllfl.
Clean tei the
Head. Til ays
I n fl a m a t loa,
Heals tbe Sores,
.Sense of Taste
t SmeliTA Quick
& Poflthe Cure .
Flttv cents at druggists t 60 cents bvmall rwls-
Ured. Hend for circular. Sample by mall 10 eta.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
leyeland, Columbus, (JtnnlnnaU and It .
GREAT CENTRAL TRUCK ROUTF.
BSA.HX AND WEMT,
rhroufb cars, with oonnoctloa. in Onion I wool.
Only direct tins ?ia (1t eland, HuOalo and m
atri Falls to Ntw York and Hew Holland.
Direct connections (or all Southern, Bontbwnel.
rn tnd.Vi stern points, either byway n( Cincin
nati, Indianapolis or St. Louis. Fast Time, New
Equipment, and running through the moat popu
lar part ol the country: poaeeaalng every spoil.
anoe or speed and comfort known to be eerTloe
able. The !bt Hond-Iltd and the Safest Hoad la
the Weal. Tickets by this papular route tor aale
at all regular ticket offices,
4. J. SMITH, General Passenger Atent.
C. C. C. I. RAILWAY.
Trtlat Lttft Oslaf bit
npnng., Del. (Jol. Aooom..... IU:(W a m
i. i. a ,
: Uoston Kzprese .
Ulnrln u N. r.Fast Line. 8:25 pm
UleveiHU I r'swi Una. Xiaa p m
Trtls ts dtlsf Dotth.
Midnight Express . il:ua m
Mprlngflold Aooora.. 5:41) a m
Bprlngdeld AClnolnnatl Kspreas... (C'JOani
Uln.A Indianapolis Kxprena . 11:25am
Cincinnati Faai Llue 1:4.) d in
Dayton, Cln.,4 Ht. U. Kl 8:50 p hi
(southern Kxpreen 6:40 p in
Hp'fd. A Cln. Aooora, Bundiiy only. 7:15 in
Tnlts Arrirs fna Delta.
l. Y. A Boston Kzprem
Cleveland Kant Line. .. 8:USrui
Hprlngnelcl .Acoom. . 6:85 p m
viUiausiswsrs KznrsiMi tn.fK n
ff"i "Vv Sl'XTf : UBU" ou'- ?5
V..w.. a,rMn. U.UM
Trslss Arrirs In last.
Delaware, Sp'fd. 4 Cln. Kxpreait ...,
Cincinnati Fast Line... .......
Columbus, Delaware an prlngfleld Ac 7:80 p m
riieae tralus tie tbe ouiy ones running on
Train cavlm? nt ll;:t3 u ,n h.. n......i.
aleeplngcartoliwton without change.
The tralu leaving at ;l ss line parlor carlo
..u,.nUu, vijiiuci-liiik wini me i.iroiigu
sleeper to Mew York ai.d IU Ilii.
All train run y Centra nt lidartl Time
which Is ii minutes slower th if rlngiield time.
Ui. II, Kmihht,
Ticket Agout, 4 read e L'-tel.
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
3 THROUGH PASSEnbLH IHMNS 2
w J n.il3 , each way,
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Elegant Modern Coaches on Uay rains.
Steel Kails, Miller Platloi uw aud
41 t . ' a ..
outlier, Air ijtukcs mm all
Modern Iniuruvemeiit ..
Short. t ait J Moat Unaleable KuutI Be.
iwsen sue autatanu weal. It rough
Tickets and llagguice Checks
to all Principal Polute.
Particular advantages ottered to Western Emi
grants. Laud aud Tourist Tickets to all points
reached by any line.
I'asseugertiatusleave Springfield, O , from Union
Depot aa tolluws:
Uolug bast, U 15 p. in , U:U a. in., 5:15 p. m ,
Going West, 2::ita. in., 11:35 a. in., 5:8' p u.
Going North, 2:45 a. in , lu.00 a. in., ti:2tj p. in.
woiug South, O, ti. ii. It., 1U:3U a. in., o:Jj p. u.
From fcjut, Z.uSa. m., 5:15 p. m., 11:13 a. m.,S:&
From West, 3.31 p. in., 9-41 a. m., 5 (15 n m.
From North, l:6u a. in., 4;f p. m., 11:0 a. lu.
From 8oulh 11:60 a. m., 4:Ju p. m.
V. K. Ueiiilermni, II. IH. Hroiuoj,
tleu'l Manager. Ueu'llUre'. i t.
U. II. KOCIlt-:. Aiw.it, Sprlugueld. o.
Ohio Hnullierii Illusion.
Trains Arrise from Jackson and.Washlngto L. H
eprlbgl'ld K. s.
No. I (except Sunday) 6:15 p. in. 4:30 p. m
No. 3(eiw,.t-undaj) IUHuh. ui. 9:50 a. in
Tralas Depart far Jscksen sad Wsshlngtaa C H
bprlngt'ld K. U.
No. 2 (eicept Sunday) 11:45 a. m. 10:30 a. m.
Ho. 4 (except tiunday) 5:55 p. m. 5:u5 p. m
N, Y. I. 4f O. KAILWAV.
Trains lesva Kolas; tut
No. 2 accomui. dally, except Sunday 4 50 p.m.
No., IS, Y. Limited dally v.....lU:0!J a. ti .
No. 8, iN:w York KxprewV lly. .. ...9 31 p. lu.
No. ,t'ln. Kxpieas dally 10:00 a, tn.
No.bl. Is. I.imilM hxprciu dally. 5:2Up.ui.
No OeiTlugh ro at 10; a. in, arrives In New
York l he next uru!ug at U:00a. tn. '44 hoora
tliroii-i to New Yitrk without ciiiuuse of
for ticket to all olntB North 'otitis, Fait and
Wk.1 and iurther lnlormatlon, cull on
J. I). I'll i Ht.KR, Agent; office tn t. Jatues Hotel.
1-reo hack from city to du otforall paiHeners
goltiy ht 40 tullffl orlifyonl. leave order lor
Back at ticket office one hour before departure of
I'll 13 GllHA V
PAN HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. & St. L. Railway.
L. M. Phislon Sprintlleld llrancli.
No. 9,1-astern r.xpress, leaves bprlngneld 8.40
a. m .; Velio, frprluga 9 01 a. m. Arrive Xenia
9 30 a. m : Colututms 1 .10 a. m.
lo. 1. , No. II, No. 7.
Fast toe. I West-rn
Line. (Kxprtss. express
t7.0i.ln tlCtuaiu "I ISpm
7.2(iam Il.i3.iti. 4 Upuj
7.5'am li.tn. it 5 10pm
8 45aiu l.'.0.li ,i lUtmii)
li.O ami 7.10pm
lO.JIHdin! i. pin 7.45pm
7.50ini 7.5Viiu I.Oua.i
Lv, i. opr'.s
Ar. t oiuiun's
No. l. o. U No. 8. No. 2.
Arriving. lustern l.otaI Day Ccl'uua
i xpress xpresa Kxiress. Express.
Lv. Ixmlsv'ie 2.K0in '7.S5iui "JfOpin
Lv. Cm .. 7.2oam 2.3upiu 7,15piu
Lv. olumb'sl tK.0 am S.40,nu "12.5.5pm
Lv. Dayton... 8.i'am 4.15pm t8 Sftpiii 1 1 30pm
Lv. Xen'a.... "9.4i)am 6.3.m lo.iSpm 2.4upui
Ar. Y. Hpr'gs lO.Oi'iam 6.0upm 1 ,31pm 3.06pu
Ar. ep'gf'ld.. tO.SOam 6.25pm U.j5j.ni S.SOpm
No. 10, Local Accommodation, leavs Xunlp 5.30
a. m. Arrive Yellow Springs 0.15 a. in.) Spiing
Seld 7.00 a. in.
Pally, tUally except Sunday.
Train No. 1 makes Immediate connections at
Xenia for Washington C, II., Chilllcothe, I incln
nall and Columbus. No. U is tbe Fast Eastern
Express, making Immediate connections at Xenia
for Pittsburg, Harrlsburg, WashlngUiu. Baltimore,
Philadelphia, New York, Boston, alt Eastern and
New tngland points. Also throush car service for
Cleveland. No. 11 makes died con
nections at Xenia for Cincinnati, Louis
ville and points fouth; through trains for Rich
mond. Indianapolis, HL Louis and points West.
No. o is the famous Limited Express and mvkea
direct connections at Xenia for Columbus, lilts
burg, llarrlsliurg, Baltimore. Washington, Phila
delphia. New York, Boston, all Eastern aud r.'w
England points, also immediato connection ui
Cleveland, Bultalo, Niagara Falls, Albany and
8racuse, N. Y. No. 7, Fast Line, Western nd
Southern Express, maklnglmiuedlaterooiiectl'.ns
at Xenia for Cincinnati, Louisville, Cliattrnuo a,
Nashville, Memphis, and New Orleats, ami
for ttlchtnoiid, Chicago, and jioluts
In the North and Northwest; Indianapolis, Ht.
Louts, Kaoaasfity and polnta Id the West and
Southwest. All trains run on Central time,
which is 25 minutes slower thau city time, Tick
ets sold and baggage checked to all polnta In th
United dates, and reliable Information, can be
obtained at th office of th Com-
riany's Agent, this city. Particular lu
oriuatton aa to time ol train connec
tions, rat., etc., cheerfully furnished.
Call on J. M. UINEH, City Ticket Agent.
JAM. McCBBA, Manager.
K. A. Fobd, General Pamoger Ajc