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GLOBE KJOPUBLIO. MONDAY gQgtlSG, JUNU i, 1888
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William Black, went to Dayton Ihli morn
Mr. KJ. Straw, who has been in the Host
since lat October, returned here Saturday
P. J. CleTenger, Katj., has gone to Jackson,
Ohio, on legal business and will return Tues
Messrs. Wm. Knott, T. L. Knott and Mrs.
Menard Knott left lor Louisville, Ky,, via
the Panhandle today.
Mr. John Burns, brother of Richard Hums,
the LnRonda avenue grocer, left for Topeka,
Knocas today over the I'anhamlle route.
The county commissioners met today in
quarterly, ihree dajs' session. Sheep and
ditches will be the principal subjects lor legis
lation. Mls9ca Mame McKlne, Amnndn Schemeer,
Ida Jloore, of Hellefontalne, were the (jurats
of their friend Mlsj M. A. Chcever, of Clifton
The shrill notes ot a Scotch Imppipe have
been piercing the air of the city today, aud
tiring up the Oaellic blood ot those ot our
citizens In whose veins it runs.
Xenla Gazette: "Oscar T. Martin and
Thomas J. Pringle, two gentlemen who have
numerous Greene county friends, are men
tioned as candidates for State Senator In the
Mr. W. 11. Guthrie, with Warder, Bushnell
k fllessner, and daughter Alice lelt today for
Indianapolis and other points in Indiana,
Miss Alice will be absent several weeks. Sir.
Guthrie returning in a week or ten days.
The Burns Qaoitlng Club had several in
teresting games on the afternoon ot Memo
rial Dav. with the following results: Dobble
and Jardine 21, 14, 14. Woods and Atrd 4.
21, 21. Andrew Dobbie 7, R. Jardine 3
Total 59 points. A. Woods 5, James Aird
George Sweikert, proprietor of the Western
House, and John Miller, who keeps a saloon
on Ligonda avenue, were arrested yesterday
by officers Mast and Wilson for violating the
Sundav ordinance. William Russell was ar
rested by officer Norton for disorderly con
duct on the street.
The Springfield base ball team left List
night for Frankfort. Kr., whero they rIa7
chamrlonshln gamrs this, tomorrow and
Wednesday afternoons, going thence to Lex.
Ington where thej are officially scheduled for
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Next week
they play at home again.
There was a re-hearing today in Probate
court, before Judge John C, Miller, in the
case of Lizzie Anderson, accused of going
through a man at n place in the eastern part
of the city, a week ago. Anderson was bound
uer and jailed on a charge ol larceny, alter
examination in the Mayor's court. The hear
ing is in progress.
Yesterday evening, some lime between six
and nine o'clock, some sneak thief entered
Webb's drag store, tn the Arcade, and stole
three boxes ot cigars. The cigars were piled
up in the window just behind the door which
opens on Market Square, and were of a brand
known as the Bumble Bee. The loss is in
the neighborhood of $20.
The Columbus correspondent of the Com
mercial Gazette makes the alleged discovery
that old Mr. Payne is to enable C. W. Con
stantine to manipulate the counties in this
senatorial district so as to elect representa
tives and state senator favorable to John R.
McLean's election as U. S. Senator. Con
stantine or anybody else would have a royal
good time carrying out euch an alleged scheme.
Saturday afternoon about two o'clock, while
all the family except Mrs. Ludlow were ab
sent, some person entered the stable of Mr,
A. R. Ludlow and, backing the bnggy out of
the fhed and throwing the harness on the
horse, was all ready to bitch up wbea Mrs.
Ludlow discovered him. He at once gave up
bis idea of taking a ride and fled inconti
nently. II the police get hold of him he will
wish the Idea bad never occurred to him.
The couuty Republican C-ntral Committee
has been notified of another change in the
time for holding the judicial convention, baik
to the original date, June 16. The commit
tee will, accordingly, be called to meet Sat
urday next, June C, to make arrangements
for selection of delegates. Something will
be done at the same time about the county
convention. The city convention, to select
remaining (eight) delegates to the State con
vention, will be held in the Mayor's office
next Monday evening. Notice will be pub
lished officially in a day or two. There is
likely to be several politics in the air fr m
this time forward.
Wm. Uuderwood and Wm. Floyd, two col
ored men living in the southwest part ot the
city, were arrested and jailed Saturday on
suspicion of having stolen a lot of hams and
shoulders found in their possession. The
meat was hauled to the police headquarters
and the expressman who took It to the men's
houses was hunted np; also Geo. Leuty, of
Lenty & Sons, provision dealers, who stated
that the meat was a lot that had not cured
well and was therefore given to Underwood
and Floyd who were accordingly released on
an honorable discbarge. This morning early
the patrol wagon loaded up the bam and
took it back to the places f;om which it bad
lilt of a ilreakdowo.
While the Salvation Army was holding the
usual Sunday afternoon service on Market
quare yesterday a great many people, men
and boys, climbed upon the unfintihe I plat
form in frout of the wigwam, which broke
duwn, as a matter of course, under the
weight, tumbling everybody upon the ground
In an animated heap. Nobody was iojured,
fortunately, but an old man named George
Shaw), and he not at all seriously. The
staging was not io condition to
bear up so great a weight,
the timbers being In place only and
not fattened and none ol the braces or sup
ports having been put in. That is being
done today and the structure may be de
pended ppoo to bear op a locomotive and a
train of ran. The Incident has given rise,
among certain element, to all aorta of dole
In! pioguoaticailoM at t Mm tag platform
inaida the wigwam. Camptteot builders
who have examined It my M if of tamcient
tMHtb to bald miely a many people as can
to aiitiag room npoa It, and there aaema no
of eflwebeoeloo In any quarter.
A h Til Kit a j ; k vs.
The Illoomlngton l'rmi the Itrcetit Kx
cursliiu tn Prliiglleld KiithiishMllo lie.
A copy of the lilootntngton, III., Panta
graptt.'of 'Friday last, has been reictrcd, and
from an account of the visit of an 'excursion
party from that city to lids, (ound tliereiu,
tho following extracts are made as likely to
prove ot Interest to Oiomt.IlKriiBi.io rend
ers: Our excursionists arrived at !-50 n. m.,
fifty In number. We wero met by a commit
tee ol twenty-five lending citlrcns, headed by
the Mayor and a fine brass band. Wo wero
immediately taken to carriages in waiting.
Tho weather was balmy, tho tun bright and
tho roads In perfect order. The day was
spent visiting ns many as possible of the dif
ferent manufacturing establishments, repre
senting an Invested capital ot over $8,900,000,
and producing $25,000,000 In goe ds annu
At 3 p. m. the citizens of Springfield enter
tained Ibeii visitors Ircm Illinois at n
(inAMl BANQUET AT TI1K AIlCAllR I10TK'.,
and In the most approved modern Ituckeyo
style. Tho dining room was elegantly deco
rated with llowers, wreaths and pictures.
were neatly displayed. Carriagrs were again
taken and the sight seeing waj renewed and
continued until G p. m.
The citizen ot Springfield were untiring
TUI1R ATTENTION'S AXI) LEFT NOTIIISO UNDONE
to make the visit bith pleasant aud profita
ble to us.
in the Ersno
the visitors were taken to an entertainment,
the Naiad Queen, given at the Grand Opera
houe, by the brilliant yonths and belles of
this lovely city. Our people were the guests
of the citizens of Springfield on this delight
ful occasion. Our visitors are enthusiastic
bevond expression over their reception.
Our people learned that Springfield is mar
velous in many respects, fane has an un
written law that no idea developed or
machine invented shall be manufactured
elsewhere than at home. Her great creative
originating period was from 1S47 to 1857. In
that time four or five young farmers and one
young lawyer laid the foundations of her
modern growth. Wm. N. Whitely, a young
farmer boy, born near the town, invented the
Champion reaper; his brother, Amos, aided
in organizing the business; Jerome Fassler
and 0. S. Kelly, both raised on farm, liecame
interested in the Champion; P. P. Mast, also
a young farmer, became interested in S"ed
drills and other farm machinery nith Mr,
Thorr as. a young Hwycr. Mr. Warder, also
a farmer boy, began in 18J0 to make reapers
of a sort that he afterward abandoned, and
merged bis Interest! with tho Champion.
These are about all, and their combined capi
tal before alwut the year 1857 was under
rather than over $75,000. In less than thirty
years this nucleus has developed profits and
attracted outside cjpitnl until nearly twenty
millions of dollars are visible in Springfiild,
chiefly engaged in manufacturing, and the
remainder invested in real estate, lintels, street
car line?, banks, and other investments. The
usual rile, however, is to keep all money en
gaged in manufacturing.
Springfield is exceptional b cause every
one of these pioneers was an honest man,
nearly all practical farmers, and kr.ew the
practical demands ot the farmers. They
also learned to content themselves with inex
pensive small factory plants till the trade
compelled larger. Thus their growth was
sure and safe as well 03 fast.
The Champion interest employs an army
of over 3,500 workmen; tbeir united lljor
space, under rcot, is 2,104,005 square feet, or
equal In space to a room 50 feet wide and 8
Among others the following hives of in
dustry Here visited: The James Driscol A.
Sons Go's carriage factory, d in,J M business
of $175,000 anniullv, and 'working 100 men
Also tbo works of Mast, Foos & Co., ivtio
have branch establishments in our own eily,
Bloomingtun, and in Philadelphia, Chicago,
dt. Le uis, Kansas City, Omabn, San Fran
cisco and Liverpool, Ksginnd. The amount
of business yearly aggregates $1,000,000.
Over 300 men are employed. Capital stock,
$300,000. Also the Tricycle Manufacturing
company, which makes tricycles, bicycles,
children's wagons, children's carriages, eic ,
employs a capital ot $100,000, and works
over 100 men; also the Springfield Machine
company, making windmills and pumps;
also the Springfield Manufactuiing company,
making iron grave vaults, bay rakes, feed
mills, corn shelters, etc.; capital stock $100,-
000; number of men employed, 100; also
the St. John Sewing Machine company, bet
ter known as the "Royal" St. John Sewing
Macmne company, its business Is nearly
three-quarters of a million annually. There
are about 400 employes; capital stock $250,
000 ; also the Springfield Engine and Tbmsber
company; organized in 1882, succeeding to
business forty years old. It has a capital of
VZou,uou, occupies a lloor space of 150,000
square ftet; works 250 men ; amount of annual
sales, 000,000. lliis company is officered
as follows: O. S. Kelly, President; O. A.
Pnelps, Vice-President; L II Purctll, man
ager; O. W. Kelly, Superintendent: J. II.
Cartmell, Sectetary and Treasurer. As the
President of this large establishment is the
gentleman who owns the Arcade Hotel, and
at whose Invitation our people visited Spring
field, this plant was examined with unusual
interest. The history of Mr. Kelly lllur
trates in its general features an early strug
gle for subsistence and finally a steady ac
cumulation of capital, characteristic of the
general history ot the mnjority ol Spring,
field's millionaire manufacturers, ct whom
there are said to be thirteen. Mr. Kelly was
born on a farm near Springfield. lie began
life working for bis board and clothes tor a
neighbor. He after nurJs became a carpen
ter. In 1852 be went to California not as a
miner, but as a carpenter and builder. In
our j earn he came back and found tie
Champion" reaper fairly developed, but
lacking capital to push the business. He
grasped the opportunity and placed his $0,000
in the business. Thus ihe origiLal Champion
machine firm ot White ley, Fassler k Kelly,
in 1857, was formed wilb the trifling capital
invested ol only $10 000. The Champion In
terests have grown in o ily twenty-eight years
to a value of between $7,500,000 to $10,000,.
000, and by their overshajowmg importance
have given Springfield the nameot the Cham
pion City. Tne Champion City not alone be
cause It is the home of the Champion reaping
machine, but also because she leads the en ire
world In the manufacture ot agricultural im
plements. The method of organization ol
many of the inttltutior s in Springfield is illus
trated In the organkition ot the Springfield
Engine and Tnrtsher Cumpany, Mr. Kelly
bought a struggling factory kconn as Illne
hart, Oillard k Co, put $260,000
Into it, and sold nearly ot-e half the
stock on credit to several young men, his
sons Included, on time, with the understand
ing that they would tie able to pay fur the
stock out o! the earning) or their own stock.
Tbey are dolug this. In a similar way many
of the bright young men ot SpriugfielJ .re
getting rich. Nearly all ot the Matt enter
prises are thus officered at,d owned io large
part by yi ung men.
Other factories seen w. re Krsns, Foes k
Co- Hanika Iron Fence Co., Foos Maoubtc ur
ingCo. .Nader k Iiarj-Ht's mill. J. W,
Book waiter k Co., takes; Kobbins k Myers'
founderies, Superior Drill Works, Thomas k
Hon, hay rake, the largett rake factory In
existence, aLd others space a III r-ot allow to
name. The people alio visited rcmcllrr cem
etery, the water works, etc. the five vast
Champion plants received ot cour.e most
thorough attrition. We were delighted with
our old townsman, Mr. Amos Wnitely, presi
dent of the Champion Machine Company, and
a millionaire, and be readily recognized J. N.
Ward aadewuij others ot our party.
The Home Team Winning Moth of the
.Urrurnlloii (intiie I'lnyed Here hy the
Frankfort and Lexington Club.
The Sprlngfieldi nddeil two more victories
to their list Saturday by defeating the Frank
forts In the morning and the Lexingtons In
the afternoon. The morning game was with
out interest, as the opponents of thoiiprlng-
fields were unable to bat Arundel, and the
home club (rounded twenty-two runs out of
Zell, a brother of Harry Zell o( last year's
Daytons, attempted to iilny ahoratop for the
visitors and succeeded tn making a grand
failure, as most of the runs wero made off his
errors, seven in number.
The home club played a very good game,
making only two errors and seventeen base
hits In seven Inning. Scorn by Innings:
Innings 1 2 a 4 8 7
Frankfort. .... 10 0 0 0 0O1
f prlngaeld ... 4 4 S 2 8 0 0 21
In the afternoon the Lexingtons, with
Kicker Coony Dowers, appeared before nn
audience of about 1,000 enthusiasts and
played a brilliant gamo under protest, as tbey
could not have the umpire they desired, a
Daytonlan, who probably put In an appear
ance to hold Kelly's arm down, but wbo was
himself sat down on and Stetk umpired the
gamn to the satisfaction of all.
The bomo club took the field and presented
the visitors with a goose egg in the first
inning and In their half succeeded in scoring
In the second each side scored one nir,
and nothing of interest occurred until the
fourth when Ardner surprised the visitors
with a hit over light field fence for a home
run, bringing in Kelley and earning two
In the sixth inning the visitors jumped
onto Kelly for tour base hits, bring in three
runs and tying the score, thus making the
game very interesting, and working the audi
ence up to fever heat in the next inning by
leading the score by one run. But the ex
citement was of short duration, as in the last
of the inning Springfield went to the bat
with blood iu their eyes, and scored five runs,
which the visitors could not overcome. The
following is the score:
A. 11. K. 1 11. I'.U. A. B.
ArJner, 2 b 8 2 4 2 3 1
recklopsiigh, 3 b 4 1 U S 2 1
Meat, in - 6 2 12 0 1
Mioupe, s. B ?.... 8 1 1 3 2 1
Iltiey, r. f 8 1110 0
Hiker, l.f 4 13 0 0 0
Faiti.e 4 II 0 11 2 o
Pljber, 1 b 4 12 6 2 1
Kelly, p 3 1 1 0 II 0
To'ala - 80 10 13 27 22 8
A.H. K 1 II. r.o. A. K.
Rclnlnc.r.f ft I 3 0 0 0
Heoder, c. f - 5 I .1 2 2 II
Bower. 1 b 8 O 2 15 II 1
I roglian, 1. ( ... . SO20O0
Flynn,3b. B 2 3 0 8 0
Myers, 2b 5 0 O 3 3 1
fetlyford, p 8 2 113 0
Unley, s. a - 6 0 10 7 2
Wentt, c 8 113 0 0
Totals . 48 7 16 24 20 4
Innings 1 28486789
Lexington.. u 10 0 13 1117
BprlliKtlild 2 10 2 0 0 8 0 010
Earned runs Lexington 1, Hprlogfield S.
Home runs Islington I.Hprlngaeld 1.
Three be hit i-prlnglie-M I.
Two bast hits Lexington 2, Uprlngdeld 2.
lfton Banes I-exlngtou II, Hpriugflelil 7.
Double- ptayn Conley. Myers ami Mowers,
htruck oul-On I'ettyforil 1, on Kelly A.
Raae on ballH By I'ettyforil 2.
Tojivd balla Wcatx 2, Kaatx 3.
WIM nltrhes-rettrfont 2.
Time of game One hour and fifty-five min
Umpire Newt, Stcck.
Business in the police court was unusually
iuiet for a Saturday night. The following
law violators were arrested and locked up:
James Mallion was arrested by Officer Mast
for being drunk.
Charles Dudley was arrested for being dis
orderly on the streets, and was Immediately
released on bail.
Samuel Rhyan, a noted tough, was arrested
by Officers Nicklas ami Ward for obstructing
the streets. The pa'rol wagon was called
and Rhyan was taken to the station house.
When the officers were taking him out of
the wagon he broke loose and run, with
Officers Record, Foster and Boyd in pursuit.
He was soon overtaken and placed behind the
Charles Jennings was run in by Officers
Ward, Nicklas and the patrol wagon for en
gaging in a bloody fight on the "bill" with
several ot the noted "hill" toughs.
Red Wekibs was locked up by Officers Wood
and Condron for safe-keeping.
Fred Young and Henry Fisher, two young
boys who bad run away from the Xenla
Orphans' Home, were found out near Lagonda
avenue and were patroted to the station bouse.
Heuiollal Day Mluutei,
Trof. A. E. Aldrich Is entitled to high
praise for his good work in conducting the
vocal music at the Memorial Day exercises at
FtrncliH, Saturday afternoon. He arranged
the music for Keller's American Hymn, mak
ing a decided improvement upon other ar
rangements for exclusively male chorusts.
The addition of band accompaniment, by the
Big Six, was another excellent feature.
Mrs. A, E. B. Ridgeley, according to cus
tom, sent from Memphis, Tenn., her place of
residence at present, a collection of rich and
rare southern flowers, which were placed
upon the grave of her bro her, George Brown,
a veteran of the war. Gorgeous magnol'a
blossoms were included in the collection.
The observance ot the day at Catawba, un
der the lead of VftConkey Post, G. A. R., far
exceeded any of former years at that place.
In the forenoon comrades of the above
named Post visited the nine cemeteries in
Pleasant township and strewed fliwerson
graves of dead soldiers therein. A proces-lon
was formed at 2.30 p. m., Ihe lite of march
ending at the McUonkey burial grouud, one
mile and a half from town, where the formal
exi rcites ot the day were held. J, H. Bab
bitts, Eq., and Rev. A. E. Wagner, pastor
Second Lutheran church, delivered addresses
which pleased tile large audiencuf 600 people
greatly, eipecially the old soldiers. The cere
monies were in charge of Adjutant Milt
Yeazell and Commander I). W. Sutherland,
Ooe Yirj interesting ptrloimance
was the placing of a wreath upon lacuol
thirty-two tablets placed in a circle, upon
each of which was the name of one of the 31
Pieasnit township soldiers who went to the
war aud never returned, an appropriate num
ber of little girls, drti-td iu white, doing the
At South Charleston, New Carliile and
Tremont City Ihe anniversary was observed
In an appropriate manner, under directlen of
G. A. R, jKiits located at those plices.
Lorenzo Eaton Lai brought suit igalnt
Jamea Norton for arresting blm en a recent
occasion, striking blm and lock log blm up.
Amount oi damsgea claimed, 11,000,
You (Jetlr ts purchase the most
elegant nana-sewed French Kid
Dress Shoo for your wife or
Or a shoo for every-day wear;
Or a handsome, tasteful, stylish
Or a fine high or low cut Calf,
Kangaroo or Patent Leather Shoe
Or an easy, comfortable and
serviceable shoe In which you
The May meeting of the Clark County
Ppmona Grange wai held in the Mt. Pleasant
Orange hall, west of Donnelsvllle, on tho last
Tuesday of May, 1885.
The morning session was opened at 11:16
by W. M. Rel Kathbun, In the fifth degree.
General business occupied the time until 12
m when dinner was served.
The afternoon session was opened at 2 p.
m. by liro. J, O. Williams, with a poem en
titled "The Dreamer's Dream," It was de
livered in good style and received with
The general topic, "Dandy Things on the
Farm," was opened by Bro. J. O. Williams,
Bros. Rathbun, Wearer, Chamberlain and
Athy following with remarks. "A liberal
supply of good common sense" was thought
to cover the ground; for a person who is
fortunate enough to possess this one inestima
ble quality, will not fail to have things (gen
erally) In systematic working order.
A poem by Sister C. K. Wilson, entitled
"Winstanley," was well read and highly ap
preciated. A humorous declamation by Master Walter
Williams was received with applause.
Brother Ratbbun declaimed "Keeping Sa
loon" with good effect.
The exercises closed at 4 p. tn.
The next meeting will be held at the resi
dence of Brother Noah Sype, on the Fairfield
pike, four miles from Yellow Springs, Greene
county, on the last Tuesday In June, 188S, at
10:30 a.m. R. W. A.
Commencement Week Programmes.
Following la the full programme for com
mencement week at Wittenberg College, be
ginning Sunday, June 21 :
Sunday, June 21, 8 p. m. Baccalaureate
address by President Samuel A. Ort, D. D.
Tuesda, June 23, 10 a. m. Meeting of the
Board of Directors.
Tuesday, June 23, 8 p. m. Junior exhibi
tion. Wednesday, June 24, 9 a. m. Class Day
Wednesday, June 24, 2 p. m. Meeting of
the Alumni Endowment Association.
Wednesday, June 24, 8 p. m, Address be
fore the Theological Alumni by Rer. D. II.
Ilamlin, A. M , Bucyrut, O.
Thursday, June 25, 9 a. m. Commence
Antloch College, Yellow Spring.
Programme ot Commencement Week:
Saturday, June 13, 7:30 p. m. Anniversary
of Union Society. Sunday, June 14, 3 p.
m. Baccalaureate sermon, by President
Long. Monday, June IS, 3 p. m. Diploma
meeting of Union Society. 7:30 p. m. An
niversary of Star Society. Tuesday, June 16,
10:30 a. m. Lecture before the Literary So
cieties, by Rev. 8. Wright Butler, of New
Bedford, Mass. 3 p. m. Musical entertain
ment by ihe pupils of Misses Hagarand
Steei. 7:30 p. m. Lecture before the Alum
ni, by S. R. Hornbrook, Class of '59. Wed
nesday, June 17, 8 a. m. Meeting of Trus
tees. 10 a. m. Commencement exercises.
12 m. Commencement dinner. 2:30 p. m.
Unveiling of memorial tablet; address by
General J. Warren Keifer. 4 p. m. Meeting
ot the Alumni. 7:30 p. m. fretident'i re
ception. Id Search at a Sister.
Robert Wylie, a new arrival In this coun
try from Scotland, is in the city in quest ot
his sister named Jennie Wylie, whom he traced
from Cincinnati to Dayton, which city she
left three weeks ago to come to Springfield
as companion to a lady and daughter whose
name and address the people in Dayton with
whom Miss Wylie stopped, could not give.
Mr. Wylie Is very anxious to find his rela
tive, and should this meet tbe eye of herself
or any person knowing her address tbe re
quest Is earnestly made that the Information
desired be left at Jardine's plumber's estab
lishment, on Limestone street.
The young man above named has had
rather a rough experience of it since his ar
riialiu this country. Coming to Pittsburg
In January last, be was an Inmate of tbe
bouse wrecked by an explosion of natural gas
in the street, or under it, when a street car
and sundry other rolling stock was blown
through It. He lay covered up in tbe debris
for tbitty hours, and was then taken out un
onscious, with broken arm and broken
shoulder. Tbe next two months be spent in
hospital, and yet shows indications of bis ill
ness. He is a practical jeweler by trade, and
may locate here. It is hoped be will not
form his opinion of the country from bis first
experiences of it.
Miss M. McMullin, oi 35 8t, George's
Square, London, England, and a staff corres
respondent ot tbe Anglo-American Times, of
Bssinghall street, is in tbe city, for a few
davs, tbe guest of Mrs. 0. U. Nichols, at 194
West Columbia. The Times is an able and
influential weekly journal, devoted to Amer
ican emigration and railway interests. Mia
McMullin is the Inventor of an electric brush,
now largely used in Great Britain, which baa
just received a gold medal tbe highest prise
awarded at the New Orleans Exposltiaw.
And we may add here, properly, that her
letters Irom America to tbe Times have beam
exceedingly intereetisg and valuable.
Inaoaaala Daiaone I
Notblog mlMtr na describe the aaoderai sanc
tions which hundreds of tbe bestaad aoblaatpaa
ile iuflar. Overexertion o( tbe brain, grass mao
al txciUwant and paralexias business, eoaaMat4
or Mparata, exhaust physical and nerve sowar
fatter than aatura raebparatas Uaa.uoMM la
chum of iDsouiaU iMmogstaa ba e ivaatat anal
the a-iulllbrianj of sleep restored. The wilt
li powenesi. narcotics are stow suicide. OnHasn
stlmulanta have such perceataxas of deads aela
as lolame tbe blood, toagaat the dalleatelataraal
organ t, aad m ake ssat era worse. HoUlog b4 a
prompt praaorlptloo of I'urrr's Poaar Maajr'
WuiagKY eaa asset the dissaultf anadelaat Ma
demons. It ealma lha mlad. aooiaea tW uiim
and faedi nature with aa ebuadaaee of aHsar
geaona carboa to overtwlaaes eacaaatae Mhssaw
uou, so inai peaceful Beaiin aaa aaoaaefsty ralam
where daaaaalaeal ostractioa laweed betorav
Tbe beat deators aad ahlataatroeitlynsiantaaal
it. Parthaasef any ra41a4espras as aWaajiat.
can walk or stand without tiring
Or etout but neatly made Chil
dren's Shoes ;
Or Children's fine Dress Slices
or Slippere ;
Or shoes for the Baby;
Or easy Slippers for yourself
In any case you can find Just what
you want In our extensive and
comprehensive stock. There is
no recent style of Shoe which we
do not carry ; no first-class fac
Bold Highway Bobbery.
Saturday night about 9:30 o'clock the patrol
wagon was called to the corner ol York and
Pleasant streets, where a colored man by the
name of Alexandria Fuller was found lylne
unconscious In a pool of blood. He was im
mediately taken to Drr. Russell k McLaugh
lins office, and on examination it was found
that his skull was fractured, but by necessary
treatment he soon became conscious. He
said he noticed four men following him from
Limestone street, and suspecting tbey were
following him, he kept a close lookout, or at
least he thought he did, until one ot the four
threw a stone, striking him on the right tide
of the head, Inflicting a deep and ngly gash,
besides the fracturing ot the skull. The un
known scoundrels ransacked his pockets and
.Uulv.ll &J 9le 4..M .list nH. AMnna -..b1
Fuller was removed to his home on Taylor
street Dy tne pairci wagon.
Jacob Dietrlck keeps a saloon on East Main
street, near Foster. Saturday nlgbt Gottlieb
Link, a gay Lothario ot the Champion City,
came along and, passing through the bar
room, entered the sitting room behind. Short
ly after ten o'clock Jacob, becoming suspi
cious that matters were not exactly as they
should be in the back room, took a sly peep
through the door, and caught bis wife and
Gottlieb in what one of our worthy police
men calls "fragrant deliclousness." Jacob at
once fired both offending parties, and later in
the evening tried to get officer Record to ar-
rest Link. Record, however, replied that he
could do nothing without a warrant, and the
matter has not since been brought before the
police. The woman passed the nlgbt on the
street. Tbe end of the trouble has probably
not yet been reached.
James Malton, of Catawba, made himself
obnoxious, on the cow-boy plan, at Kerncliff
cemetery Saturday afternoon. He was driv
ing recklessly tkrongh the crowd, paying no
attention to anybody, and colliding with
Michael Fry's buggy upset It, throwing Mr.
Fry and lady with him out upon tbe ground.
He then squared bis rig across the roadway,
blocking travel, and not moving when ordered
by Officer Walker, three or four times, was
arrested, loaded InttTtlio wagon and run to
the station house. lie begged like a good
one to be let off but it was "no go." lie was
under the influence.
Judge J. M. Hawes, ot Xenia, will bold
court here tomorrow and Wednesday. Tbe
following assignments have been made for
blm, of cases on the civil docket: Myers vs.
Wade; Kinney vs. Crcighton. Following
liquor cases, from last term : State vs. Sween
ey k Norton ; Same vs. Malone; Same vs.
Thos. Burke; Same vs. August Hibscbman;
Same vs. George W. Osborne, two cases;
Same vs. Metxger k Weaver, two cases.
All lovers of a good enp of coffee should
not fail to try this new brand. Miller's Tea
Store, 64 Aicade.
Uraasmaklng, Catting and Fitting.
Dressmaking in all the latest and newest
modes ot fasbioh, done promptly and satis
factory, and at reasonable rates. AH tbe
latest fashion plates and journals always on
hand. Cutting and fitting: Dresses with
lining, 40 cents; dresses without lining, 25
cents. Stamping, silk and arasene embroidery,
oil and Kensington painting. Mrs. K. B.
Harner, 18 East North street.
Watch our competitors imitate this brand.
This is cur own importation, and we bare
exclusive control of these goods. Miller's
Tea Store, 54 Arcade.
aianuiacturers, inventors and others desir
ing Models or Patterns of any description
made, should call upon W. T. Parker, 39
"West Washington street, where all kinds ol
Pattern Work is promptly and properly done.
Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Am
sterdam coffee, at Miller's Tea Store, Si Ar
cade. AN APPEAL TO 8UFFERE8.
A Letter and Testimonial from a Prominent
Citizen of Dayton, Ohio A Member of
the Board of Equalization A Brother to
Dr. Beck, an Eminent Physician.
A Wonderful Cure.
la Ua winter of IBM I bad mjr great toe on mjr
Tight iaot frozen, and suffered untold agony for
aomaaaonthi, and when told my condition to mr
M(aasllr physician, aald Icouli
ild not bo cured, aa
grans bad already act in at Ihe same time.
orimg irom aropay oi me iimoaaoa leeu
(ollovlag certificate speaka lorltaelft
Dayton Ohio, May 30, 1884.
Ib.1kkok: My Dear friend-1 would bo a
traitor to my own feellngi If I failed to rive you
aome teaUmony of my gratitude to you, for what
you bare done forme. Whan you wate called lo
to atlaad lo my cue, I waa In a very critical and
dangerous condition. Indeed, It waa tbaopialoo
ol ovary ooe who called lo aea me that I could not
recover. Mow 1 fully believe tbat your skill as a
ptiyrielan, and tbo close attention and good rare
wbioli our kind heart save ma, alone averted tho
fatal termination ol my rate. My foot is and has
bean entlielr healed for three weeks naati and !
.1 altogether tree from pain. Much la tba nappy ro-
omioi youriauiiigentinameoioi lor cue.
Your Kateamed Friend,
Kui (J. Be si.
Dr. George Is permanently located at
Springfield. Parlor and Laboratory, No. 1 1 1
South Center street. Twenty-four years' ex.
perience in tbe treatment of Diseases, with
Herb Medicines exclusively, eoablei ns to
guarantee cure lo most all curable cases,
OBee Hours 0 a. m. to 4 p. m., and 7 to 8
p. at.; Sundays, 8 to 9 a. m.
Cases treated by contract and cures guar
aateed. Coocultatlon Ires.
tory that Is not represented In our
siock. Homing cneap or trashy
can be found In our etore; no.
shoddy imltatons. Our goods are
never misrepresented under any
circumstances. Each custrmer
gets precisely what he calls for
without any deception.
Whether you desire to buy much
or little, It is always our pleasure
to deal with you justly and carry
the best and largest stock of
goods in the city.
26 S. MARKET ST.
isto-jv is the time:
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES!
Little's Soluble Phe ylf, the best non-polnonong Deodorizer nml DIhIiiIcc
tant known. It has Just been pronounced to lie three times innro powerful tlinn
any other disinfectant In the market by Iho COMMITTKK ON DlSINrKCTANTS
of the American Public Health Aggoelatlon recently In selon nt the John Hop
kins' University. Ilaltlmore, for testing commercial disinfectants. Sold In 25c,
ouc, ana i oolites.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
Mo. 33 ISufit Main Street.
R. P.Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
LAWS0N, DOUGLAS & CO.,
HANK KltS AND llKOKKKS,
41) Kx Chun gin IMttrtp, finw York f
14 Kxclinuice 1M ace, Uoiluu.
Members New York and IHontou olock Eicbainzen.
1'rlTate wires to IdiHlon, riilladclphfa and CM
cago Block, bond, era In and infitcelianeoua ee
curltiea hoiifcnt or sold on comiulMlou lorcauli or
upon margin. Special attention given to lnMt
ment aecuritiei. Correspondence solicited.
LADIES ONLY! irriSSSM:
lumlnaled "Trentlne nn Self-Oeveliipment
of tho Fomaln Hunt,'' coloitxl anatomical
plate full explanation, rredlcal opinions,
to. Sbowa tbat undeveloped or shrunken
condition Is abnormal and unhealthy; how
lo enlarge to full and proper proportions,
Bare, simple, absolutely certain. (Olher por.
llonK and members Ueve'oped bvaimllarpro
ce.) A copy ol thin valuable book mailed
In sealed envelop ror2uenta Addreaa,
1. W. Drawer 17U, lluflTalo, N. V.
HAHlTd W YOUTH. EXCESSES OK MAN
hood and nccret (Itspatcscautw moro aurferlnir,
suicide, nervoua debility. Impotence, sterility,
stricture, varicocele, ilisoaerd prontrate gland,
bladder, kidneys, heart, eatarrali, conumtlloii,
dropsy, dlalietca and llrlglil'BilUeafte. than (very
thing else, and cannot he cured with aUmiaih
medtclnei alone, electricity, crayons, belts, can
terlzation. sounds, catheters or cutting The
Asahel Mineral Hprlnge Water physician, KUI
Hroadvay, New York, will send a trratlM), with 41
wood cuts, for 23 cents, siring the remedies whi h
cure them at home, without pain, prlvatelr.
FOK8AI.E-MII.L1NKKY STOCK IN A UKOW
Ing tiwnj good trade; central location; falling
health cause for sell log. Inquire at this ortlce.
FOK KENT TWO EIlillT ROOM HOUSES
with stable for rent at 120 per month. Hoa. M
and 87 Weat Mulberry street. Inquire of J. E.
WANTKD-A OIIIL AH COOK AND FOR
gcnrral housework. None but an experienced
girl need apply; in l'at Klierat.
WANTFn tidies and koungMen, In eily or
S"ri s bis country, to work for us at their
homes. Permanent employment; no Instructions
to buy. Work aent by mall (dlalance nootijectlon.)
O to Slv per week can be made. No canvassing.
No stamp for reply. I'leaae addrraa Uoua Uxayru
Co., Boston, Mass. P. O. Box 1916.
WaNTFn An active Man or Woman In every
"i I fa V county to aell our goods. Salary
75 per month and expenses, or commiaalon.
Kxpenaea In advance. II outfittree. Kor full par
ticulars addreaa btavdabd Bilvsb Wars Co.,
II mil riuljinruitf
I'M ,Kian lotx k .own
11 fji il e jmi TeartvMi ore
re Lxe-iitcJ ti ftjurl
ttut it lut tr rcn entiie
uilifatttlwii amlwa do nut
lUiiiai iu icvumead lu
J C WIIIUm Col.
f TO ft DaYRV
7atrU)tMd aWl Ml
lUEl ttMSaUl .
Syracuse N". Y
Hmlth, A rim t.
T. J. THOMAS.
HEW YORK HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market Ifouae.
Special care wilb lame horse., oolu, track horaea,
boraea tbat Interfere, and those having peculiar
HPUIMOFIKIJ) HKTA1X SIAUKtCTH
CoaaiCTin Br Cius. W. Patbtxb A Co.,
1 and 3 Weat Mtln Street.
t Dally Beport-Thunday, May tt, 1S86.
Buttbb Full supply, choice 20a 1 2K.
Eoos Full supply at ISc per dot
JoIdT,"I8Soeth.',,"d, Cl"C""',' """' "
ArrLU-ll OOal CO per bush.
Potatoes 60o per bush.
ammo New lual'c head,
(laioxs Bennrnaa 25c peck.
Halt Hnow-Baka brand, 11.23 per bbl.
Coal Oil lOaloaZOo per sal.
. H"M;t;BEniIATS-Bldos, M; shoulders, 7c,
hams, luc. '
Huoibs-A large demand and prlcoa low; gran-
r 5,.'1?,rlC,,i."A ,?hltel K Pr lb oatra
C nght,J,c per lb; yellow 0,d&, por lb) C,o
CorrKB Marko lower; Java, 20a30s par Ibi
Bio, golden. 1841 per lb: Jtlo, prima green. l2Xa
loeperlb; hlo.x anion, lOo par lb.
oofpor"""1'" 0''eMt"Oo PraTaJi aorwbain
Bica BmI Carolina, 8(o per lb.
OrsTsaa None. "
Huso ArrLKa S l-ae per lb,
Iiaiau I'bacuk 2Ki per lb.
CHicaaaa-Scarce; preaeed, SOatOo each.
TUBBBTS-Scsrooi !2Ho per lb.
Uveas " 7SaS SO par doa.
Flao washed, JSaSOe; unwaahad, oB.
, DBIBU VBUITS.
Baisiss-now 10I3o per lb,
CUBBAars-Now TSe poi lb.
ArrLss New se porib.
?BACHB-lttslUo par pound.
r-BUBB- w 'Ho par lb.
fsroan WABjt-aXs vt gallon.
For the Improvement ot Sidewalk, Ciirhnnil
RESOLVED, That It Is hereby ilrHiircil hy
the City Council of the city nt Sprlng
nold, Ohio, that it is nu cssuij to Imprnvo
the sidewalks hereinafter ilfnlKtmttil lu the
manner herr lnatter et foi ! 'vhero the mime
Is not already done, viz : lloth deHnfCliest
nnt avenue between Murray an I Klmilre'tK;
b IliHldeiof Liberty at'teei tro u Taylor direct
to Clifton avenue; both Kliitn of Taj lor street
from Hairlson ntrect tn Clifton street; lxitlt
Ides ot Laicoiida nveimo liclueeri Warder
Htrrat and the 1. II W. mllnn; both fides
of Nelson street trnin Lnrioiidnaveniiotn Knr
low strovl: both aides of holir xti eet f rom
Plevanl street to CI I f ton street; both lden of
Kenton street from Kat Mrecttn YorliMrret;
tbe south side of Pleautnt xtrcel from Mine
atone' street to Sprlnx Ntrect; IhiIIi tidex of
I.lmeatono street from Koutnern avemio lo
Pattou street; the north side of Monroo street
from Gallagher alrctttn Sprlni: street; both
Bides of Limestone atreetlrom Clifton hired
tolllgh Htrcet; the north hlcio of WnhliliiKton
street from LtmeMoneHtreel to Spring strnet;
huh Muew oi Boiuuerii nvenwi irom center
atreetto Limestone street; the enstsldeof
I.tmrMonfi ntrcet from Mmnton nveniio to
Chestnut avenue; the went, hIiIh of Miami
Mr ot Irom I'lenMtnt ntiect to chirk Mrctt;
both aides of Ward street fiom l.tmiHtone
Htrect lo Market sliecl; the east sldo or Ilium
htrcet from Washington atreet lo Jcrterxnn
street; Isdh mden of .Main street ootwoen
Sycamore street and the L, II. & W. railroad
crossing; both sides nf Main street between
the (J., '., C. A I. railroad cioslimnnd east
lino of Ureenmomit cenieK ry; li nh sides of
Water street between Main and North streets.
All of bh d sldf walks to bo paved with brick,
and cuibed and guttered with stone; except
aid tldbwalks ou Nelson strict from Lugondn
avenue to Karlow street, nnd Iho smd side
walks un Ward street from Limestone meet
to Market street, which ure to be em led and
gravrled and curbed nnd guttcrod.niid nlso
eiKft thesldswalksnn Main street buwe-n
the 1:,C, (J. A I. railroad crossing nnd the
east lino of Ureeiimoiint eemcttry, which nro
lobe filled, Kraded and graveled; and that
the same snail bo constructed according to
the ordinances of this city icKtilniliig such
ImpioveinenUaml to tho acceptance or the
City Kngtuter; aud tho owners of tlio prop
erty, bounding and abutting upon salu por.
tlon ot said sidewalks so ordered to lie Im
proved, are hereby ordered lo so construct
said sidewalks within sixty flujs from legal
service upon them of notice of tho passage or
That said tropcrty owners are heiehy fur
ther notified Unit ut the expiration of said
period or sixty das sulci Council will cause
said Improvements to bo made, or so much
thereof as shall not have been already done
by the property owners, and will by ordi
nance order the assessment of the expentcs
thereof upon the property bounding and
abutting upon said si lewalks to lie lmpiovcd,
In proportion lo the respective feit fronts of
said properties; nnd thntsald Council will by
said ordinance further provide for certifying
said assessment to the contractor doiiix too
same for said city Inpayment therefor ac
cording to thehtwt and ordinance of this
city; and that the City Engineer Is hereby
dlreoUsJ.upon the completion of tho work to
forthwith prepare nnd report tn Council a
statement of the cost of said Improvement,
and that the City Clerk Ishcriby directed to
certify to the Mayor a cojiy hoiof and also
cause legal public. Hon to he made of the
paasago of this resolution.
Pasaed by Council Mnj 19, 1W.
I. I. Maht, President o' Council.
Attest: J. 8. SiiRWAl.TBit.Clty Clerk.
may bo relied upon for relief In nil ills,
cases of tlio throat nml lims ; and, for tlio
speedy cure of deverc ColiU or Coughs, it
lias no equal. V.. J. Downcs, Ilonnuiu's,
Berkeley Co., S. C, wi Hi s : " Homo tlmo
ago I contracted, by exposure, n tevcro
OM ami Cough. After tno or llireo
montlis, I began to think llicro would l.o
no iliaii;;o for tlio better. Jly ntlciillon
Lilly directed to Ajcr's Cherry I'u-toral,
I procured a bottle, and began taking it. It
Cured My Cough
before tlio first bottla win used, mid f
rapidly recovered my 'lienlili." a. J.
I)aN, AtrliUon, Kiins., wrlles: "This
spring I took n smcro Cold, which sclllid
on my lungs. In thn-o il.ijs It lict-nnio
most ill lllcult nml p.itnful for mo to
breathe. As soon in possible I got n
bottluof Ayci's Clurry recloriil, nnd w.n
promptly relieved and etirid by lis Use."
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
For sale by nil Druggists.
Hll A W I. I'ltlllAV r-.Vt.KlNO, UN
South Cuter atlHAl. Iirun fl,.iil,l Mark cslh.
mere shawl, with Initials "M. r." rmiiroldcred In
corner, Under Irate at thli ortlce and be hand
A VleltilTlflf VOUlliflll llllIirilflMiilsaa
Murine Jnnutar ec, Nervoiu Ucb.lilr, It
Mftabood. to.,bftviof tried In Tula ?! known