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II A lac rend nifr loft this morning fcr
I'orilfW'l, Mi, tli Hie Mir.
Onertel Kpnncilj callnl at the (koni
It m It (illico Mnnda) ernlii(J
Mils Dot, of the Seminary lelt ihis morn.
ItiK to enter upon her summer vnratlein
Mr. lend Mm II. A. Hits, of 17
avenue, arc (jolng Kaat to lit" gone n
Two car loads of einirsionlsts. henJcJ hy
the L'Hilct llA'iil. went to On tun thU morning
to mkeln the Labor picnic
Judge Kornkcr, Mr James Hiyle, ot the
Cincinnati Commercial Gaulle, and olhera,
ntne up on the morning train, on their way
An awkward error in the srtiele concern
ing the suit or Unpin vs. Council maJe the
type! jay tbat "the Judge reversed his de
cl'lon " It should hate been "referred
Mr. A K. eIon, of the Nelon Iluines
College, Cincinrntl, is aprnillDg a few days
here. It is cee-dlesa to fny that he Is beinj:
aerj warmly greeted by bis many old friends
The Trustees ot the Saloonkeeper Asso
ciation wish it strted that the ASuciation
has nothing to do with the picnic tomorrow,
mul should not be hell ri'toneible lor any
thing that maj then oecur
A lawn 'ete will be given at the residence
and grounds ot Geo. Spence neit Thursday
eienlDg, by the ladies of the First Presbyter
ian church, to which all are invited. Luni.li
will be served indoors and out.
The Congregational S. S m ite everybody
within? to spend a daj at the Soldiers Home
logo on Thursday No change ot cars at
Dayton. Train leaves C C C. . 1 depot at
8 r5 a m Fare, 40c and 80c
At a meeting of the Harriet Club last night
omruit'iewas appointed to ascertain the
i t if any member ot the club bad sold con-e-ntion
tlrktts on the day ot the convention,
and il so smb. iv member be expelled at the
next meeting of the club
The Tax Commission met last evening at
the ater orka office, and with them the
1- inance Committee of Council The matter ot
next tax letvwas talked over, but no defi
nite action tflken. On Friday evening the
finance Committer ot the School Hoard meet
Red Raw-ley, of Coleman s undertaking
rstabhhment, aubhing for John .Nagley, ol
the Western Engioe Home, (allei to hear the
i arm last night, and was serenaded by the
item s gong on its return from the fare,
imponied by pounding on the doors and
i Ions ol the house He never moved
Ue call atlention to the reception given by
the ladies of Christ church (Episcopal) to be
.i-ld at the residence ol Mr. and Mrs II II.
Warder, this afarnoon and evening. The
price of admission is 25 cents. Those who
wish to se Mr. Warder s pictures some ot
tbein lately neeived should take advantage
of this opportunity.
Thi weekly jriyer meeting ot the W. C.
T V , litlJ eviry Wednesday at 3 n m in
I eoler-slreet Jl. H church, will hold a buei
utfa meeiing alttr ten minutes devolional
i-xertise, Widnesday, June J4. A lull at
tendance is militated, ol members ani exeiu
tive committee. Ily order ot Vice r-resilenl
Mrs M W Sainei .S. E Caviller, faecntarv
l.ntl NlKlH'a Hre,
The alarm of lire at 11 oclock last night
called the ileparlment to a small trame stable
in the rear 3f Nelson's residence. High street,
udoimn I'ebl, Johnston ,V Co's Carriage
biitory. The stable was used to store raps,
and Clnel Simpson declares the lire a cape ol
spontant ous combustion As early as nine
o'clock parties living in the n ighborhood
noticed the odor ot burning cloth but could
not locate it. The fire was extinguished
promptly, itta loss onlv ot the root, a preity
perere charring of the walls, and total de
struction of contents.
TtiH I.at i iinillleuceliiHllt tit Alitlnctl
(iiiriil Kelfer, 1'realilent Long, etc
W'e hae received the following communi
cation from a competent source
To the hJltor of the Olota-ItepiMIc
Several statements made by your corre
spondent in the report ot Aotloch College
commencement exetciees, published In the
(jloiie IUpublil ol Saturday evening, June
JO, stem to require further notice. Your
lorrestondent, spcaklnp ot Gen. J. Warren
Keller's participation in the exercises at the
uuvnliug ot the memorial tablet, says "He
also read a most touching letter Irom 'a lady
in buraUe lite' who intimately knew Marion
A Ross, who was captured while doing Ue
duties ot a soldier ar d banged as a spy '
1'iecisely what General Keifer or your cor
respondent meant by the expression ' a lady
iu humble life ' is difficult to determine. Its
niis-appliciitioo in this cae will be apparent
lo all who know the lady, when they are In
tnrmtd that si e is Mrs Edward Harrison, ol
r,ond V iw I-arm, near this. city. The
inends of Mr Harrison letl that she is the
peer ol any lady in the county She is a
lalued literary loitnbutor to numerous pub
bullions, and everything she writes il char
acterized by I igh taste and vigorous expres
sion. Mrs. Harrison is not only a lady of
line menial qualifications, hut her surround
ingsaud situation in Hie are tar from being
elrnlghtenid or interior, as would be
understood from the phrase used in the torn
muuiiiillou noticed She was certainly qmle
as well burn and as well bred as those w ho
piesuined lo use the pairuniclng b rase re
lerred to In tie estimation of those who
know and esteem her, the so-called "lady in
Kjcnble life," Mrs. Harrison, occupies a posi
i on, as regards eviry mural, Intellectual and
womanly quality, which is as eminent as
l of the beautiful Lagonda View Farm
Ahlch is her borne, and which occupies the
t p-mott point in a landscape ot gteat at-
UuUltcncsi and agricultural richness
Another error iu the communication is the
statement of your correspondent tbat I'reai
dent Lone was elected President ol the incti
tution for Hie. If Antiocb College It meant
br the word "institution." we desire to say.
without reflection on President Long, that be
was not elected President of tbat Institution
lor life. At least one of the most prominent
member ot the Hoard ol Directors states th it
he was merely elected President ot the Hoard
ot '(rustics, a membership In which Hoard is
understood to be a life memwnnlp,
rjInrllliB Mortality from fneumonla,
Three hundret aDd elihtvili (Wj) deitbi In
Naw York HIT during sixteen days I ruin l tin tec
.ii.i. ,ii.mi. I'urv spirit) aie unlverollr c
kuuwleiltcal tobuone ol lbs uri slest auliunti to
ranM tun vain emel In in I, many quick cure
re rrordfil where pure atliuulanti have been 1 1
onlr leaielltUeini'JojrKl. Huryr's flan MtT
Willi.! f""---'-' - .---,.--..--
too best loiuedf lu severe can-sol pneumonia,
, as It li
yntuerw, anu an puihii wpi'a , ,"
abS'i utely pure anu uhuuupiwwis'"i vumuy
,. f.... .... th leut trace of tnturlous boltoni.
lllsaiaedlciueand beverae combined. Hold by ,
all Arst-claM gioctri and drujjUU.
IUSK II I , I..
Itpnrtlt Uatne with Ce.liimt.ua tteriln)
rull rorp (linnet t'.iiiilnir.
Although not niar'y nil of ihue who pur
chaud tiekfls sIiiihciI tii at the grounds es
terdny alternoon, there was Mill a terj largt
audieme and it locked like oil times to ree
the east corner jacked with inrtiape1 Dir
lug the first lour Innings the game aulu"
inough to be uxdtlng, but at thai
time tl e prlngfielils settled down
to more sttady woik, and the
visitors nl the same time looened their grip
leaving the rest ol the game entlrcl) one
aided All the ay through the game lacked
Ihat close watchlulnessand thoroughlj train
ed care tint one expects from a iiool profrf
sional game. As the s ore shoa tho nuinbir
of errors on earli side was altogethtr too
many, and there nf s.fereely one Hint was
not costly. The IMnmbiia bo alo.vedup
Wtter at the bat, gtttlng 10 lime tills against
7 by the Sprinifields, but they ere donned
by the superior fiildmg of lln home team.
Torrey did their best batting, getting a
two bne hit, an 1 a magnificent three
bagger, sending the ball dear out
to the north fence eat alo sent the lieie
to very nearly the aauie plate and uiudt hia
third ba-e on it by a scratch. l'robal ly ilii
most brilliant play ot the game, or at any
rate the mot heartily aplauded one, was
Ardner's throw to the home plate while Torrey
was trying to steal second, thus ending the
inning and cutting oil McCann's run hhoiipe
and Kaatz did brilliant work at the bat. The
lollowlng Is the score
iol l Mm a.
trelshlon, 1 b
Itmirke, 1 h
mrulliera, 1 b
Torrer, 1. f
Kobe), c I
I ottua, 9 a
k. 1 n
W et, 1. 1 . . ..
Miuue, s a
tinher I b
Kelly. I f
Sliay, r I
jrnel runa l-pritifffieM 1.
lhm bae hlta Coltirnbiia 1 'rlncflK12
Two r ae litis 1 oluuibu l, e ntiKliel 1 I
Lett on bipn Colnnit im 1. -j riUKbi.1 1 S
IoubJeplaa luTtua, Crtlt;bt"U anil lUjurki om
blruck out On Itunlltoet on V run It 1 1
lla?s on balls 11 JlanJIooa b) Arunilel 1
1'aiieJ balls McCann A laslz I
lMllpltclirs-iluDdll.il' 1 Arunilrl .'
rim of gaine Ont hour and liltjr mlliultH
The same teams cros bata again tins afur-
noon Game called at 3 30 The Sauduskya
play here Fn lay and Saturday
J- TA I. V I .'- PI J-. . . a.
Founif Mnn ru-tifil In Pulp lr n 1 llth
I1hiii1 Trnlii ar sulh Chnrlvatoii.
A terrible accident occurred at South
Charleston yesterday a'trnoon in the killing
of William D. Robbli s by the west bound
passenger train on the little Miami railway,
passing through that jlace shortly alter 1
oclock. Uobbins was a young man, un
married and about twentv ooe years old III
family live at London, where he is euip'oyc 1
at the Pfettler linrise aa a runner i stir
lay morning he aul h companion nam d
O linen went to hou'h t harleston lor
a days pleasure, ami it is iiomJ
that Robbins became more or less intones 1
before the accident occurred. At any rate,
before the train came, he was lwrg aloie
with his right leg across the track, a tc w
hundred yanU ent ot the Pan Handle deint,
near the U S croesing '1 be euginecr says
the sun was shining in his lace so tbat he
did not see Robbins until be had gotten n
clo-e upon him that it was too lute to atop the
train, as it waa going at a very rapid rate
He whistled loudly and reversed his engine
all to no purpoae, Icr in another miuu e
Robbins body was a cru'lutl and
mangled mass of bloody llesh and bones nud
clothing. The front wheels ol the engire
struck his right foot, awingmg the body
around on the track so tbat the whule tram
went oer his breast and loins He probably
Dever knew what hurt him, as there was net
the slightest sign of life the next n-oment
after the train had done its UooJy work
Tl e remains were gathered together and sent
to London by the next train, at G o'clock.
In 31aifr'i Court.
William Gleve', who was thumped on the
bead by Turnbull at his shfp on North Cen
ter street last Fn lay inrrning, waa nrres'ed
at the East street shops last neuingbj Mar
shal Hughes and will Lave his trial this alter
noon Gecrge Hell, who 6e zed his father s cow a
week ago from the lounil-master, Is up for
resisting an officer. He wa arrested ly Mnt
shal Hughes this morning at the engine nud
Mrs. Henderson, arretted on n warrant this
morning for a wore war with another colored
woman, is also m for n little line
Tom Qilnn was arrested by Olhcer Wilson
for getting drunk und raising chin ut bis
bouse on North flint. One dollar and costs
Harry Franklin and Preston Temple got
alter the nil crazy Cyrus Mills on Peasint
street yesterJay alterujou and stoned the old
man until he coul 1 hardly walk. The young
thugs were arrested on Market street shortly
alter supp-r last evening by Officers .Norton
and Has, to be tried liefore the Miyor to lay.
It was retorted last night trat a yourg
ttllow bad stolen ft i uple of dollars
on High street during the aftei noun, and tnat
Harry Franklin bad knocked him down on
the levee and token part ot it away from
him a little later In the day Hut this has
not yet been fully Investigated The Mayor
gave each of them 3 and costs.
Doc. Whitehead succeeded in pelting tome
bulge somewhere last night and Immediately
became obstreproiu. He was run in by olb-
cers Morten aud Mast He got 1 and eosts
Ike Ilutton was arrested by ollicir Mnat
last eveniug on a warrant for disorderly con
John McAvoy got drunk and begin to raise
the earth around the Alcade yesterday after
noon. He was leaked up by Captain Wood,
and was lined $1 and costs this alternoon
The saloon eases cf Ci irke, Sheets and
Cohan, for violation o' the Sunday ordinance
are being tried ttli afternoon Cohan has
been discharged and the trial of C arke Is
mow lu progress.
Meiirs, J It. Kershner and I',
departed yeittrday ailernoon lor
City, rla N. V. P A 0,
I nri Itlehitntict eif I iilhnalitalle Krimli
lie una- t lt eif the tti leiiiilps mill Alter
nntea I le e Irel,
Contrary 1 1 the general expectation the
Republliatia turned cut in very large iiuiii
beraat the caucus s laat evening ntul the
work of elei ting delegates and tlleriia'cs to
tie S'cnatiiilal convention here next Thurs
day ws carried on with vik'or an I entl u.l
am Hi Ion la given a full account til the
ncrk ot the variciis mtetlnga,
The Met iiblicans ol the First ward turned
out In good numbers at the court hcuae laat
etenlng an 1 orginiml the meeting by elect
ing Frank C (loode chairman, and Ad P
Rogers secretary The following delegates
and alternates were elected IMegntes
Mhhael 0. N'elll, John W'ils n aim J S Miles,
alternate' Morris Teelian, W II Hart and
Frank C (locdo
The Ilepubllcins of the Second ward met
at the Western Engine Houe and organized
by elee ting John Monahan, Chairman, and P
M Cartmell Secretary The following deli -geii'S
and alternates were elected delegates
Joacph llarrlaun, W S Dent, P M Cart
mell, and Erasmus Thomas, alternates- Hot
ert Conner, Amos Wolfe, J l Uarr and J
Republicans of the Third ward met at the
Central Erglne House and transacted their
himuiss In n very lew minutes Amos
Whitely was elected Chairman, and Charles
James Secretary of the mcetitig The fol
lowing delegation was elected Delegates
Amos Whitely , Robert John'on, Charles
Jamea, J. K. Mower, R J Heek, J I, Kidder
and William Miles, alternnt a -K T Uule
nour, S. oung, W II Cumback. J N'. Mills,
5 Harri", Charles Simon', C C Taj lor and
J I. Hogle
Republicans ol the Fourth Ward met In
large numbers last evening at the corner of
East and Mound streets to elect delegates to
the Senatorial Contention. Ja'on W Phil
lips waa made Chairman, nnd W T Stillwell
Secretary After the failure of a motlou by
J. F McGrew to a point a committee of tl ree
to aelect delegatea It waa decided to elect by
the regular methol of nomination and ballot,
the lour names receiiing the bicbeat number
of votes to b delegates, and the next four
to I e alternates W 0 Maitland and George
Cullett wen made tellers, and the balloting
proceeded after ten names hal been put In
nomination It resulted as lotions Dele
gates Thomas .Nave, A S Hushnell, John
Perrin and William Irwin, iilleiiMtis J F.
McGrew, J. W Phillips and John Alt.
A large and enthusiastic meeting of the Re
publicans of the Fi'th ward was held Inst
nif lit at the usual voting place for the pur
poae of electing eight delegates to tbi State
Senatorial Convention The meeting was
called to order by Central Committeeman G.
J. Wones Graham Dm well was elected
Chairman, and J. W. R. Cline Secretary, af
ter which the following named delegetes and
alti mates were chosen J W It. Cline, Chaa
A Sml h, W. H. Dickson, W . A. Morris, D
W Slrojd, C ;Alblo, A. S. Way, W. S.
Vcwbir y, alternates Graham Denwell,
Chandler Robbies, James llrjant, O. F Han
croft, James Bax'er, William Hyers, John
Petti! row, Jojn W Vates.
MT1I w VI 11
The meeting i f the Sixth ward Republi
can" was called to order by Central Commit
teeman W . M Rockel. On motion ol Wesley
McDjnald, D. C. Putnam was male Chair
man and J Guilford W bite Secretary. The
following is the bst Delegates J. C. Hoi
loway, Am. Winger, W M Rockel, A. O.
Hmliiian, J. Guillonl W hue, C 0. I rie 1 and
George I.caeb, alti ruali W H. Hamilton,
I) C. Putnam, A C Cowan, C. linker El.
Ackerajn, Chrt- II llutler and William
The caucus of tbe Seventh ward U-publi-eius
wts belt ut trie 'otnliern engine house,
with a very good attendance, at 8 o clock lat
evening Georire C Rawlins was elected
chairman and J. H. W are secretary. Follow,
n g is a list of the elected Delegiles John
II Ware, S. W Helps and John C. Parsjn,
alternates, E N. Tibbetts, George Alt, E mer
Ellsworth and Thomas Lott.
Hotb rrecincts of tbe Eighth ward cau-cu-ed
list night at the West county building.
James Hemiug was chairman of the meeting
and W. A. Stout Secretary. The following
list was selected Delegates James Flem
ing, I.iwson hpnkj, J. II, Clingennaa, Henry
Layliourn Alte. Lates Hurt Lewis, William
Robinson, S. J Goodwnght.
Republicans of the Ninth Ward met at 8
o'clock last evening, at tbe lunger yard office
on West Colombia street, and organized by
makn g C 0. Kenned) Chairman, and Frank
W hitley Secretary. The following delegates
and al'e-oates were electee Delegates
Charles Cioaker, Moses Myers, E. 0. Jack-on.
Alte-raVes A. W' Robinson, Henry W'ratght
and rrsnk Whitley.
Jiiniififl from n llrlelKe,
Thomas Knott, a Kentucklun, jumped from
tpe Newport briigeat Cincinnati, yesterday,
with sulci lal intent, dropping one hundred
leet into twenty foot water, but escaped nn
injured. Helscuredof bis desire to die and
says runcerning the leap
"Oh, I tau' eli scribe It It seemed as If 1
had lived a million yt ars in a minule. All I
hal ever done or said, ob, everything, seemed
to whirl in a lla-b belore me. W hy, I lived
my life all over again, my whole lilty-nlne
years, then I struck the water flat, sitting
down, ray legs and feet up in the air. Tbe
flush of the air as I rolled over and over in
si ace took away my breath The moment I
tiucned the wa'er 1 was chilled and regretted
what I had done. I don t think I sank far,
peibaus lift! en feet. I felt no pain; no diz
i ness I can t tell bow I happened to jump
oil It was a sudden Impube. I could not
help it. It came upon me, and I obeyed it.
When I itowl on the top of the bridge some
thing told me to go, and then nothing could
have held me hack,"
The Hoard of Trustees ot Wittenburg Col
lege began thiir annual session at the Pres
ident's office in the College at 10 o'clock this
morning, with twenty-two members present.
The election of cfiiceri resulted as follows
President Iter A.J ImhotT, D. D,of Urbana;
Vice President, Rev. K. I). Smith,
of North Manchester, Indiana; Secretary,
He v. II. K. Kenner, of Louisville, Kentucky,
The remainder ol tbe morning session was
stent reading the minutes, which were quite
lenglby, and In listening to the reports of tLe
Faculty and Secretary,
THE NEWEST SHAPES
JMSTJD nE"V.ILIIsrC3- ST1TLBS IIST
FINE SHOES AND SUPPERS!
For Gents, Ladies, Misses and Children, will always be found in our establishment. Recog
nized as leading dealers in standard goods, we strive rather !o give our customers a superior
article at an honest, legitimate price than worthless stock and inferior workmanship at any
figure we can get. To the excellence of our goods and rur ve y moderate prices, coupled
wiui uuunuay aim imuyriiy in an uudiinyb wiui uui jau uns, must ue ascnueu me nign repu
tation and increasing popularity we have attained.
ROUSE PARSONS, 26 South Market Street.
I.. I'M Hllll
The lecture room of the First Lutheran
church, last evening, was comfortably
crowded by the Mends ol He. L L. I'hlar.d
wile, who are making their first vlatt to
Americanfter a twelve years' stay at Guntoor
in the Kri'hua District of India After grad
uating at WittenSurg, Mr. Uhl was married
to Miss Ilarr, sister of John S. llarr, nnd the
young couple departed on a bridal tour to
tbat distant point, the field of the groom's
inis-iouary and educational labors. There,
ten years ago, a daughter was born to them,
who for tbe first time sets loot on her own
The lecture room was handsomely decked
out with flowers, and over the desk a streamer
insinbed, in large letters, "Welcome Home."
alter the general and repeated band-shaking,
ihe choir sang the anthem, followed by
prayer offered by Rev. Harlan K. Fenner, ol
Louisville, Ky , a classmate of Mr. Phi's at
Wittenberg. On behalf of the Missionary
Society and the church, the Uev. Mr. Smith,
the pastor, welcomed the guests nf the even
ing, lu his remarks, Mr. Smith said that be
could not express appropriately the pleasure
he felt in welcoming him back, for he was
one of their own, and that twelve years Im
plied a great many dangers and perils. He
welcomed him because he was from the dis
tant outpost of tbe church, and becauae he
was the representative of the faith, love and
energy of tbe church, and because in the dis
charge of bis duty he had undergone dangers
andpmations tbat did not fall to tbe ordi
nary lot ol the body of the church.
He welcomed him as a friend, and because
of bis representing the educational work ol
the church, nnd in renewing again their ac
quaintance wished Ilrother Uhl, his helpmate
and their daughter a pleasant visit among us.
For the College and Alumnis, Mr. Shafler
welcomed back one of the "preachers' class"
(twelve members of Mr. Uhl't class entered
the ministry) in whose whole work In India
he saw the influence of Wittenberg. He spoke
of the good that had been accomplished lor
elucation and Christianity by a work written
by Mr. Uhl in renly to the Theosophists ot
India. Tbat bis success in his held bad
watted back an influence to Alma Mater for
good, in inspiring the professors and students
with renewed interest In college and mission
ary work. Mr. Uhl responded that he was
more than happy to see in the interest maui
fctcd in the missionary cause, as shown in
tbe prayers, tbe singing and the welcome, nnd
that be bad been greatly encouraged In the
success of tbe mission, and dwelt upon tbe
good effects tbat had followed kinlnessaud
love upon the people of that tar off land. He
was proud to address here, In the persons
of tbe ladles of the church, tbe head and
front of tbe Foreign Mission cause, tbe mis
sion work of tbe Lutheran Church of tbe
General Synod ot the United Slates, and
hoped they would be encouraged to continue
tbe good work.
In reply to Mr. Shaffer be referred to the
deep pleasure tbat he had in coming back to
his old Alma Mater. He illustrated the in
terest be felt in the College by saying that
be met a young man in tbe cars who told him
he was a college Btudent, and felt sorry for
that young man because the college was not
Alttr a solo, magnificently rendered by
Miss Vose, refreshments were served and the
remainder of the evening, delightfully to be
r membered by all participants, was spent in
inlormal gratulatlon ol the guests. In con-
elusion the choir sang "All Hail tbe Power of
Mr. and Mrs Ubl go west for a month or
two on a visit to relatives, and on bis return.
on his way back to his field ot labor, will re
main over a short time and, no doubt, speak
ti us ot his great work.
Daltfia Solfllem Hume.
This Is just tbe right time of the rear to
speed a day at the Soldiers' Home. The
grounds are beautiful, the flowers being at
Thursday is the day to go. On tbat day
tbe Congregational Sunday school will hold
their annual picnic at tbe Home, and
will run an excursion train direct to the
Home grounds without change of cars. Ilask-
ets will b carried in a baggage car and
checked "free-of charge. Fare lor round trip
80 ceuts lor adults; 40 cents for children.
Remember the day, Thursday, June 25, Train
leaves at 8 SO a. m. Irom Arcade depot.
Wilson Strawberries for canning. Morrow
has Ihe belt and cheapest iu tbe market.
Good Location lor Hoot and Shoe Store
New Room. Newly furnished, in a town of
sixteen hundred. Address W. A, Townee ud,
.new Carlisle, O.
Wilson Strawberries tor canning. Morrow
has tbe best and cheapest In tbe market.
Wilson Strawberries lor canning Morrow
has tbe best and cheapest In tbe market.
Wilton Strawberries lor canniDg. Morrow
has tbe beat and cheapest in the market.
Vi fsou Strawberries in canning. Morrow
baa the Wit and tbeapest in tbe market.
W llion Strawberries for canning. Morrow
has the best and cheapest In tbe market.
Wilson Strawberries for canning. Morrow
h.is the best and cheapest In the market.
Wilson Strawberries lit canning. Morrow
has tbe best and cheapen In the market.
Wilson Strawberries lor canulng. Morrow
has the best and cheapest Id th market.
Wilon Strawbcrriis fcr canning Morrow
has the lest and iLrapt't in the market
lire l.lilii-l'. C . I'. I, .-Si. (lee.
All ersons present ng full fare one way
locnl tickets urcbased and lattdJiilv tider
Itli, 1885, will be lirniitttil to te turn cm tin
fame without extra charge in the manner nnd
for the time lollonmg, to-wit
Urst Conductor, will punch tbe loc 1
tickets tAice In dilleritit portions of the
same on presentation nndliac it in tin pis
sevion of the passe rgers, which ticket, so
piinrheil will be hi uored lor the return trip
on any paaaengcr train stop; I ng regularly In
schedule at the point where the ticket waa
Second Tickets dale 1 July Int or -I'll,
1 B8r), will be accepted for the return passen
ger only on July 4tli Mb or fiih, lS8ri
G II Kmciiit. Ticket get t
DIED BY HIS 01 HANDS.
This is the verdict where th cup it poison
is held ti one's own lips an 1 the cuitmts
swallowed. Thedwelltr iu u lualaii il si c
tion in cities, along r.ers, in Hit Intuit,
near marshea is alwajs diinking the p ion
ot Malaria It can't le helpi d, pirbai
tiii: miciiiai. i.Mi:r.
Hut win let the polaon reiiiun In tbe sv"-
tem to conaume it? This Is siiicidil, an 1
especially In view ol the Inct that an antidote I
Is always at hand. Nothirg is t Iter estab- I
lished in medical science than tbat I
nil. sniruK's M.i)i:ihi: i-n.i.s
are the natural enemy of Mnlnnal poi- ma
Tbe firt effect ot the ae pois ins is to ci at nud
thicken tho linings ot the stomach mill mi
turb its fiinition 1he congest tin lii'-r,
cleg it, stop its working Thiy enlarge the
spleen, wtiate the blool, i uah ihiinrit
eerywhere. What is the rult'
Chills always ft How active ccngeiion of
any organ or part You can't cure them nil
you break an 1 reduce the ccmgetion Here
is where tbe virtue of tl e Mandrake Pill
comes in so readily and powerlully Man
drake is the bel known pnneirle In nature
for reducing congestion Take i eettc li
persistently, and ou rem vt the cause of tl e
chills. Then take it otcaioualli and y m
kill the inula' ml pulton as la-t aa you n bile
them. Hut what bap, ti.s with the chill- '
ri:vKits! m mil hum minis!
Why? A feie- denotes u vitia ed mil x
cited bUo't in this ins ancc a oioned and
excited blool It tukea us turu a te r th
acne chill An 1 ao tl i "jatiin is r ki 1 be
tween the two li 1 it lawiikul Vuiru'l
nut liui it so if you Ion t wish to
;,:r iiu: i:ii.nr ki:mi:im.
on have it in yo ir box of Schciirka
Mandrake Tills While they are cleansing
the organs, reducing the congestion and set
ting them going, they aro a!o cIoiiil' the om
thing ncidful tortht purifuHiiuii of tl b'o id
Ilesides, Mandreke mts as a sedative .u,
there lore, hav in ibe Miindrnkt Tills the
very agent you want to drive cut milanal
poison, and in the best and aeifest torm for
household ue, I.et tbe icr lict in vuur ettac
be ' Got well by h'S own baud. '
Dr. SCHENCICS fVEDICINES:
ForLungx, I'W.MOMC Si 1(1 I',
Liter ntul ( SI.ViKi:i lUMI'iiml
Stomach. ) MAMHUKi: I'lI.I.S
are accompanied bv full printe! direction-,
and arc for sale by alTdrucgii-ts Aillrt-s all
communications to I)r J II. Stbcnek .- Son,
T. D. KE. M. D
West KTifxli St- r-i
TOST Me.luin mel litacle and nlille tliei lienl
I iIok A 111. ral iear I will lie i.U il i II .1
lietTenlacb s lirer fciaun.
IW1-A rt liracc'et n I ait IIUli l
I le ibi
leave it ttiti olo e and recede reward
IMJKSAI ls-Vt-ry ddirAhU rfalJeiuu rn Mai le
T ateiiLe I arge lot, wtlh ahunilitice of thoUv
frutt. Oueof thn luost i Ifritaiit Ioc4tluns In th
city. AddrckM MUi M M. IxuiUj., bt Mtipte
avenue, fejirtrnfrteltl Ohio,
m FOR RENT
noli KLST llii!nintir funiihhi-l rooom on
P one of the tut blri.U of the tl y, wiiliirt
three Mjuiiei of tho j'oatollite,
AJdte',A A ,
MOK UhNl TVSO HOJil KOUM UOUIS
T with Matle for rent at li per muntli Nom
and 87 Watt Mulherrj Btret Inquire of J 1.
iTANlhO-lor rniaiietit tvuHug to elleily
iu an anu wif no chit Irt n. a kiumII Iiouko en.
trally I rf-aie 1 a I in oaf em i n nneni'iita An-
wfr t y letter lu I ouut bl, r alo llott-t
JJ A WTp H l'a'( and on i iu' Met , In city or
" rtl t1 lountry to vork lor u at ihe r
homes Permanent eiiiiloymont, no jnttnir tion
to buy Work ent by mail (UUtaniH noot Jwdon )
il to !! er utek isin h inidn Nu irflifaittiiiK
No fctaiuit for m rly 1 le w aldrtNH IIowk MAor'u
Cu , r-iton, M si. ( ton lyio
A ANTr H A"UlvttMaiiurui.ia i ineer
ww' -' cojiity to mil our jfoixU Ha ary
75 per month gnu finenMH, or c-fitumtutlon
t-i(eriM-R In adratne (1 out lit tree J or lull iar
tlcuUnaddreirf 'iaiiu) Hilkk Wak Uj ,
tu fifcau fcarj
tliinntrnt Semtui.UlM'n. k.
lZ221 ttuifU. iSrirf inn. n
iraUtliahSiO'lli J-'"" Unrunt ur
i "oom"l f.rrMrrt tiMfrrfc''cti.
iTSerjdtwotUnniu ur C.t bratwl AleliuJoiVi
- - rll r,ur4li va. ssi anUV AM W
- "tin's r u -innBf ?
WP.M VIM TRUT.niMCIHNATI.OMKVi
STRAW HATS! fultdn&hypes STRAW HATS!
Mackinaws, Milans, Cantons, etc. Fine Assortment. Newest
shapes in Light Stiff Hats.
shirts! ,:;:'::,. shirts!
KTCW IS THE TIME
DiSIMFECT YOUR PREMISES !
I. IllleV Soluble PIii'i jli, Hip best tion-iolaonnnn Hondorlzer and IMalnlcc
taut KiiiMMi. II him juat been iiiiinoiinceel to lif three limes iniiro ixmr-rfiil than
.iiiymlierillaliirii't.ini in tlic iimrkcl Ity tlie CO.MMIITKK OX IHSIXKKCTAMS
nl tin' Viitt-rlriin Public Health ABHoelatlnn recently In tieaslnn at Dip John Hop
kins' I nhprity, llalllmore, lor te.allng commercial disinfectant". Sold In 25c,
Vic, niiil $1 lioitlea.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
No. a:i Knat Aluln Ntroet.
P. Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
ANDREWS, WISE 4 PUTNAM.
Tho nceils of tho times, and will sell everything for the HOUSEKEEP
ER'S USE at a price never before heard of. FURNITURE, all kinds.
CAHPETS, nil grades and styles. QUEENSWARE, very fine. STOVES,
to cook or lieat. And have not forgotten the Babies and Mothers in
their wants of a cheap and pretty CARRIAGE. The best REFRIGERA
TORS. Studebaker Farm Wagons at Cost.
Lots of goods for a little money, at
NO 42 AND 44 MITCHELL'S BLOCK.
Iti'itiibUmu Senatorial Convention.
rpllf l. puMitan elertonMif the J leenth feena-
ri u uiffinu i! Ohio itrt Iirrel y m.tiiled Ihat
h coi ntiun mil I e IipM frith city of M rii if field
u i lock a ut , on iiiuiBiai'. in- J!iiu uar ol
A I' 18., for the turiohfof ii(tiiilriattt;Ia
rfnlla'ati for tho ullliool
I htat renatur lur iaiJ
tint t t to Ihf SlxtvM)fnth (ttneral Aknemhlr of
tho Mtttt'cf Ohio
Ihe t akin of rfprih?titatlon In eahl conf ntlon
bhall 1 .Mjim titletdto tor tverv one hutidrnJ (1001
otf ust for llou Jauifti (I, UUIne for trtnltltDt
in 1 hi, itijil one Jeleiatt for evtrr frattion there
of .f ttftj Oojor more
IIih rotiiitifH(omirifilhK Citl.l illktrkt hall be
1 titlt 1 to (U'lijiati In ml J conteiitioii asfollowi:
( hatuj aitfit county, forlytwo ii,
tl rk founty, iHornty-lne 7AJ
.MaJitioit county, lHeuty-itveii Tl
J 1- 1 KIIELUKKOKK,
ChalruiHn Hfi ubllcan tx Lmi , Champaign
John I-, Iocxk,
(.hilnuan He ublltan Ceutral (.ouiiulUee.Madi
hoa ( ouut) , Ohio.
John W Taksoss,
( airman 1Uj ut llcan Oiilial CommltU, Clark
Pruiiajjmi-Ltjivf. tliUdar fornml aco-nart.
mrfhtu forBHHitaatsuLUw under lha llrm
n lueot Hoinau oWiaiuj)rid. Ohio.
Jutif li left i.
r ir vear nt 37 Court 1'lace, now at
:' .Market .Street, 1
Uct ihirU and fourth.
A rtuUiir MnottM tn IttMf qinllt4 b;t Mq tttvl Us
luual trriWi nia i
nud skxual lis:
kjw iinulorriir-n, and Impoloncy,
tn l ium.it uftfiir tibfjit la yomJU miui! tri lo ret
1 r n r tha-r ftf, k 1 irodurlcr ootf lb fl
I v 1 . Ht I ST-ri e)ovi ti 11 Id ltt Ualuni (Dlbl mi .
1 "If. 1) Uluuttot h $ ifectlt Hnurj Iky
alall-V f 1 fl rti flK, Aa-ril U tl hMktf Of JCLI.lrt,
f fj r UeM, Ihmi ,( tut 1 I wtt tie rmTitij
t .- 1 , jar or uuhtt 1 , rsj ttnfubij bt eru tv
, . , . bYPIHI IS " cur4 .D1 .
At vo n "v pjiuli uouorrbea,
Jlttl. bUiuturt, CJrtUiU lltrnu iu tiutUnj,
1 IxiUii r jrit Hi cJlM-tt. q ikklj eurwd.
It fit 1 ut tUl M 1 hj llrlkOItt IJiiHltttieloO
I I 1 il n A irt-atlbg Uibuiaudi aunii
1- a a i,rs.iiill I ( ua.iABii ix alif till tMtirua
' 111 to nj tr Uttrn It I ttiPbDiculrtitl
v l lir r r irrinjt t nierfklan can trt Kbt Vlitu!
L f,( lJ Bn ' "' !! injlt
Curos Guurautuod ia all Cao
' uu rtua!lr 6rtr l--tir ti and In 1 114.
( l k . raoubl tn4 errticnd.n lUtotly bOlaaiUX.
f ) afat, tw-rjU)nii7 ftdlrru looiirtl; -Uei, for tnmt
-tii. Mibkld V l4 b all, A4Iim kiwv.
rlrwA, M Uf W. KouJn lo4 41.
KEMf uvl iui: -A victim of youthful liuiruil
...,..rf. i,;..i.irr.:r.i ,. i".",."":,,
a Iriaail In train a.B
".'.'."'"".":''. "..".'.'""'f ""of Mll-oun.
hlrh ha w
Imma Res tnmri
f i)irrml. flnlhrlffff
Nil In nook, nlc.
G 1-2 EAST
ClTT ( 1 KHK'd OKPICK, )
Hi aiNKiKLD, o . Juno 17, 18 l
At a meeting 'f the council of aald citj , hel 1 1
the 16th Inst , a quorum bring nreoent, the folio'
iliit rtMilution waa aduiiteil'
itesolYel. Ilr the citr uiunci) of th oitrof
riniKn"ii unio, iiihi in inn opinion m iuo
.... . i . . . . . . . - . '
tillrelii of llie rilHrnlierN o!ee1Uel to Ihu (eiiineilt
oftlitclty ut 'prlUKlleelil.Orilfi It la nerKary
tolmrrovn ltie.lle- lietHi-eiii el low Hprlnif
Street anil Karo htrn-t, iinel riiiinlrii: uortli
rrnm toliunbla Htrerl In Neirlli Sirtct, In aulil
city, by Kraellnic i"l KraTe-lini; the ha inn Id
ocunttjiire Willi til" proflUa iiml ierifleH
tloiisciii file In tho eilllco eif ttie l.'lte hnirlnicr.
IheoxperiMor sM linpriiTsrrpiit to lie iu.
tht(5 per front exit upon tlie pmie-rty
Imundlnii mul uliuttlliK tin ream tea afiiiwn by
thta plt on tllii In llieoilloe nj In I'ltj In
llnsar, ntl ucoorillnir to law ami IIib nrll.
uancexof itu cllyj ;tlm 6m mincnt thuri-for
to Iw payable I one) Installtuniit and colle-H-able
aa provldeal liy law a nil In the ii'seaaliiir
orcllnuni-B hireattar to bet peuaeet. The ( lerk
la horeby directed to ciiuaej llila rusoltitlnn to
b publtslit-et In a newspaper ot leiitriil circu
lation In ttie corornilon for the period of
two consecutive wreka.
Ily ordtr of Couuril.
AHtu: J, H.Shkwaltkr, CHjr Oerk.
.lulaclu , iiml iiuiiiv km.
Ilaeaav, iiru union' tlio
liiitiiral reaTntHu ilNeinlirril eondlllon
of tho StomafT.lwr. ami IIuhiU. hh.1
in) tin eureil by tlio uu of Ajer's I'llla.
"VV. II. blrout, Miaeli llle , l'.i , u II, , i
Mna triuililiil wllh IiieliKotloii, Cemstlpa
tlon, mul Heueliiclif, for jeirs. A few
nt(irffl 11111 to health. I huu ulu)
found lln in prompt mul uriethei In their
netlon." Oilier Dailhy, (,i,,mlle,
'lenii., writes: "I luu ileritnl (tieat
In 111 lit from tho ino of A)ir' Tills.
'I he) eunil 1110 of htunueli' uml l.her
Iruiihlea w hU h lutl allllrte .1 mu fui ears."
Kruatiia .Soullmortli, llith, JR., rlto:
" I waa irotrateel wlih n fetciu Dillons
eoiiipliliit. After uhil) tr)ln'iiiiiiiliv
if lemiilles I was lliiall) Imlueeel lo ii'o
.iju'a I'llla, mul hul taken kenncly two
hnea when I wua ciiliijilili I) (Uriel."
Or. .1. ('. Air li, Co., 1-omdII, Miihi,
iolj h all IJrugi'l.ti,