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3LQBK KKPtTBULQ. MONDAY EVESINQ, JULY 0 1BBH.
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lOiSOp. in '0 fair
Aluan lemeriurp ill, leniperaiure . ss-uie
elite In 1M, W ati. leraiwrature ol nmi
ual In 13, nl ln Temperature ol same
date In IPS', M" abose rem.
Persons liming bills npiiLst Kmery At Miel
ilktun "ill present I him at once and pit tlicir
A pnlrof slims, value 1 nl $5, were! stolen
t'oiii htnrkey ,tyi ill n's store, in tlie Arntele,
hit Kntiihlny night.
Ilirtn liiindml liilorcil people
rity iillinilwl llio A. l, I! ihiiii
Sinlli Ulmrloton yeslenliv.
in tine "t
Tin) lioor little fox-inb that was Hindu to
sillier siicliliomlile torture at thu Fair (Irounds
on the l'ourtu, but mainly In the brilliant
iiimglimtiou ot the newspaper reporters, Is
nllie and unhurt to lay.
The count commissioners this nlternoon
nwanlul Iho scholarship in Ohio University,
Columbus, to winch this lounty isintltlcd, to
J. ('. kiplinper, member of n prominent
lauiily in (iirraan township.
The (1. A. It. Kwutix; Committee) on
(Irand Armj I)y mil imet at the hall of
Mitchell l'ost, iliKkinglinin building tonight,
tun rltircn s louimiltri, nptninti I t rulny
evening, meeting - itli thiiu
Mr mil Mrs (jeorge Iludlnriib, of C'leu
lind, Mrs. D. M. Martin, of Osborne, Miss
Trail, o! Pittsburg, and Miss MhuJo Mat
thews, of Xtnia, wero the guests ol II II.
Miller and finiily last weik.
Cousideial !') niuiise.iiient was mused aliout
the Aruide Until )i-Unhiy by a bridal couple
from Datbywlle who, Hinotig other ttits ol
tae kind, alleinplel lor fire minutes to ring
the bell by pulling on the door knob.
Jirry Hunt, whose beaming countenance
lias delighted the passengers at the I. II A.
W depot lor eo long, leaves tomorrow to
i i"pt the ap ointment of T I' A on the
U.ilmsli lie leaves many narin Irii u Is in
Iho In" n
Last fialurday pan Ihe lirst fsniie of the
I'olilieal IMuiHlor, tin horrible implement ol
diminution, with alileli I' T. Iiulleranl
luiiiM Moon, a i oupli ol eolunil rotu out of
a job, ep(it to utterly demolish Koraktr'i
hopts. It is published In this city.
Oning to the fact that the crowd nnd ralu
presented many ot the displays of the Kmery
.V. Middleton attraction on the Fourth, es
luallythe chariot rata and Indian chase,
Mis3 Nelliit Burke has been engaged to gne
the lull programme ot her performanns on
Thursday afternoon, it the Fair Grounds.
Captain Wool reieived n letter this morn
ing Irom Prosecuting Attorney, R. 0 Miller,
of Washington C II , saying: that four men,
Trunk Allen, Charley Mass, . II. Stell and
Clnrlie Jones h nl betn indicted lor implica
tion in the limy robliery at Jeireraonville and
would be tried neAt Monda), July II Joins
is the negro captured in this city last wuk
I'ostmnster Johnson is cxpecling orders
during the ueit two weeks from the Dipart
ment, to start ihe ten cint iuuk delivery in
iccordanie wih the Act of Congrcws whiih
went into effect July 1. This will necessi
tate a force of three meseengtr boys and
someone on duty at night with authority to
open Ihe mall btg. lly this act, a letter
Ix-aring a ti n-cent stamp must be delivered to
tho address of Ihe nceivtr immediately upon
its arrival at the office.
On nocount of the rain list Saturday tin
managers wen unable to lomplete the ro
gram of the entertainment at the Fair
Crounds. In order to do this nnd to give
those who were out of town a chance to sie
the great show they havesu'eeeded in making
arrangements to repent the entertainment
nevt Thursday afternoon. Slisd Nellie Hurke'a
ronilete programme will be repeated, Includ
ing the chariot race which was so successful
nnd the Indian bride chase which was
omitted last Saturday. Hankln, the famous
rifleman, will give some fanes Bhoollog. The
light rope widk will 1k given and the lust
leatures ol Saturday with many new novel
tits will make up the Hit. Doubtless they
will be greeted by u large irowd. The affair
1 1 gins i.l I SO p ra.
Judge White hell court a short time this
morning. Alimony to amount of $50 was
allowed in the Hums vs Hums divorce lase,
to cnabls de eudant to make her defease. A
decision was rendered in the divorce case ot
I.idora Finch vs. I.emoyal 1'in'h and a decree
was grnntid. A decree of divorie was also
gmntid lames II. Clark Irom Lilly Ida Clark.
The circumstances in tho case are rather pe
inliar. Clark reicntly served a term in the
penitentiary fur cutting his wife, whom he
l.iind on the Btreet with another man late
one night, feiuce his release, or about that
time, she sued for divorce Irom him, In order
it was believed to marry another man, and on
bearing u decree was about to be granted
when testimouy was received showing ber
bad conduct Uon which tho decree was re
'used. The desired result ll now brought
about, however, although in a different way
Irom that desired by defendant in this case.
Judge Hawrs, of Xenia, holds court here
tomorrow, hearing some civil eases in which
Judge White it Interested.
In Coijinon I'leiu court this afternoon,
Judge White Is hearing argument under a
demurrer in a case brought to enforce an
agreement or con'ract on the part of the Ohio
bouthem Railroad company to place a flag
man and target at the crossing of their road
with the P. C. & St. I., at South Charleston.
0. E. Darlington, Ksij , of Xeuia, represents
Fatnl Delay In rsiwuiiioulu.
Tlmo U of Immense lainorUucc- In tthUatt
piieuiucula An hour trilled Is olteu liUI lu Its
tunifijutucis. Therefore never trlrle with iuo
ineulf 011 such ixculuin. keep Ihe putlral In s
I'liie, rijusble atuuupbirv and use pruuipt pre
ptrljlluiis or liutrirr'a 1'vaK Malt VViiUk.nr,
villi I roier imrMiual care, and rou will bars done
Mora than au aruir of doctors couli mecstnptlik a
lew noun later. .No caw was tver lost under men
treatment. J Ik beat faiulllea kp ll regularly In
the lioina aud any rellatlt druggist or grocer can
Miss Nora Wiiner is lltlng Itiunla in I r
bana. Mr. I rank Capier is tho guest ol Mr Vred
Mrs. Ilmtjn sails from Liverpool on the
Miss Oora llunyan, of Catawba, Is visiting
frkuds In the city.
Miss Nellie Thomas spent Ihe (lloilous
Fourth In Uhilllcothc
Mr II. 11 Warder nnd lamilj line lids
weik lor the si ashore.
Mrs. Uhlnej Dot), ol Columbus, Is visit
ing relatms in tins illy.
Miss I nun) llenson lonlimphtes a trip to
DcgM nines, Iowa this wuk.
Mrs. Kd lluchnntler riturned from New
York Wediiisday cvinlng
Mrs Hosi, the motlur of tie v John T.
Rose, is home from Terre Ilauti
Mr. J. K Harris has rtturnel from an ex
tenMie business trip In the I'.asl
Maslir Wilbur Howman and bis brother
have riturntd Irom Eiliool at I iter
Mi-n Mitchell, ol Chicago, Is tho guest ol
Miss Mary Cassillj, of the North Side.
Miss Kiln Miller Is regaling herself among
her many friends in I'rbana and ieliillv
Miss lluikingham ol auesvllle, is visiting
Miss Anna Waik, on South Markit strict
Mrs. Geo. lta on, ol DesMolnes, Iowa, is
visiting her father, Mr. llenson, east ol town.
Mim l'uiily Warder has two of her in'ur
clissmatis with hir in her aillghlful home
Miss Morrison, ol Cincinnati, is iiling in
the family of Mr. b Honnej, ol tins tits
Mrs Mary and limi Callinirl, ol t'olnin
bn nre visiting Ihtir aislir, Mm Louis I'hil
IJiiite n niimlr of llii young aonely peo
ple gave a dance at Ytllow H) lings rridu
Masters Willie and Horace Keller have re
turned from thtir sihool in Columbus, for the
Mips Mary, youngest daughter ol rHiiatur
I'nngli, entertained a liw ol hir litlli Iriiuds
Widmnlay nils ruoon.
(In. Killer leavis soon for Ni w urk('ily,
returning in a liw days, allir which In will
accompany Mm Keifi r uprn a viit to their
son Wiirnn, in Nibraska
Mrs. II. 0 Hamlin inlertainidlurSundaj
school class In a very charming mannir, last
Thurs lay alter noun, nt her handsome sub
urbmi rtiduui, last ol town.
Mr I)iwn!y i uti rl lined a niiinlx rol Ihe
huh Inlki Tliumliy iilliriiiHin from ! until
Ho'ilmk The iiirty was a surpiisi fur her
little sou Hairy rihe ihil lieu all had a ik
Missrs Will hildir and Ititl llnitholo
mew leMvelorNtw ork Oil this wiek
Mr. Kidder eiKils lo make thnt uly his fu
turi home, Mr. liartbolomcn nturiilng in a
couple of w eeks.
The IJUuriterly lleuiuot on the rourlli.
With such crowds in town, it is cause for
gratification that there were no serious acci
dents batunlay, and although thi station
bouse was crammed as it had not bun in
man a day, no serious disturbances or bloody
crimes were commuted. Man of those in
the station-house were bailed out by Inends
yesterday to appear be'ore the Mayor today
James Carngan and "1 ub" .Sullivan mad
100 Irie Willi a stranger in Irntit of Ihe Ar
cade and lie drove Tub away with his nine
and let Carrigau lei 1 the "hell' ol the stick
across Ihe eyis cutting a gah Homebol
knocked Clm I leming s tie'li outby throwing
a beer glass at him John Way, from Way
back, was drunk, got to smashing things in
Singer's rnloon and was (brown out. OIliLcr
Wilson ran bim in. In n Ilare-up among a
lot of low-downers nt the Kmr Grounds, Miss
I, aura Troupe was knock id down and cut in
the face. A wagon-load of arrists wen
made. Geo. Snrgeson, tor throwing n stuie
at an olheer who had arrested his friend, ISill
Douglass, was arrested. The arrest of Pat
Hughes and wile, who were having it botand
heavy, caused some ejieitemmt at Limestone
and High streets. Jim Calull.one of a crowd
fussing in Hollman's, near the I air Ground.-,
cut a man in the Ian. Four nrreU wen
made. Four more were taken at the
dance in Speui-e's Grove 111 the tveutng. Mrs.
Gottlieb I, lock laid for her spouse, having
caught him in company with anothtr wciuhq,
and was proceeding to "do lim up" when he
lied Ihe house. The police arretted the wo
man. A man giving the name of (leoige Hein
hardt, from Itellefontalne, hecamp obtrtir
0113 in Symnu's loan other, on Main Btreet,
and when the proprietor collared him loiut
bim out, he ullcd a i and opene I fir
without hitting anylioly He whs j ii'id for
shooting witu intent to kill. Drunk, ol
nit. i.kosa it 11 r n. 1 , n.
And IJrmea riml Tlirre la a 1 1 rllni: In 111
Congregation Asaloat lllin.
A large cuugngalion jacked every portion
ot Dr. Leonard's church Sunday morning,
among whom were-many persons cuiicus to
hear the Prohibition candidate for dovennr
exjlaln bit (ojillon to his congri gallon
They were doomed to disappointment, how
erer, as Ibe sermon was on purely religious
topics. At Ihe close Dr. Leonard said, how
ever, "an effort Is being made 111 teitain quar
ters to create the imnrtssion that tbiro is
serious ditagreemeut In the Cur nil
Church on amount of the evtnts of the past
week. It BUth is the case I have no knowledge
of It, though it is doubtless true that all the
members of this congregation do not hold my
views on the subject. The events ol Ihe last
week will not Inlerfeie In tho lean with my
position in connection with Ibis chureh.wbuh
is my chief ambition and care .Nolulth-
stanliug this members ot Dr Leonard's
church oppose his nomination for a political
oUice In strongest tiruis, and Severn! Republi
can members are very Indignant at his lend
ing hit aid to Ihe Democracy by accepting the
1. 1st of the lljiiir.
'Shiner" Johnson, the remaining one of
the gang implicated in the wcolen mill
robbery at Hiebanlcsburg, June 19, lour of
whom were captured last Tuesday, was
caught by Olheer Xortou this morning. He
has not been sbinlngrtry luminously since
the occurrence, In fait lias been hldlog his
light so effectually that the ollicers have
found no trace cf him until tint morning,
when Norton taw him on Washington street,
in the rear of Carson k Fox's store. He gave
rhaae at once aod captured bis man after a
run ol a block. He was put lu jail with the
test of the party.
Mls Annt Johnson, of i-. Front street,
Columbus, Ohio, iy: " I MitTcrod from
nn nggrnvntid form of constipation nnd
indigestion for scvirnl months. My fiin
lly pliyskl m tried nil kinds of midiclncs
and pills, but to no effect. I begin to think
my tasc was n hopeless one, A friend of
mine ( Mrs. I'.Iv Ira Hcdinonil.of Uast Long
ttrect, this city ), ralli d.nnd Meing the con
dition I ww in, rccoinminikd me to try
our Manai.iv. lmustiny I hid hut little
filth in the medicine, but after I hail taken
.f.v doses I was convinced tint Mana
iin was the medicine for me. After I
hid taken one bottle I was entirely well
of my complaint. 1 consider It one of the
best run-dies forconstlpition I have ever
nsid Ihacsccral frimds who arc us
ing it They think It nn excellent rcmuly.
I recommend it to nil who nre afflicted
with constipation or indigestion. Any
one doubting this statement Is invitrd to
tall on mo at 24 Front street."
Mr. Milton Knotts, Urbim,0., writes:
" List November one year ago I wis tilt
en skk, and called in our family phy slcian.
He examined me and said I had symp
loins of typhoid fccr. lie gave mc
medicine for two wrecks or more with
out any relief, 1 began to think tint my
days on earth were fast closing in. I
siw at once that his medicine avould
not reich my disiasc. Just as I was about
to conclude that I would have to die, my
daughter brought mo one of y our pamph
lets. I noticed a case w hose ey niptoms
were like mine, and TeiiUNA and M ANA
UN had cured htm. 1 concluded at once
to trv it. I procured one bottle of Peru
na and one of M s. valiv, and took them
as directed, and btlorc I had Used the two
bottles I hcnan to receive strength and
gun in flesh. I finished the rest of the
two bottles and continued its use until
the third bottle wis used. When they
were used I could cit any thing t winted
to and go about my work. I consider
tint if it Indn't been for jour Pkruna 1
would hive been in my grave. Parties
wishing information can write me at the
nVc place. I recommend your mcdi
rinc wherever t go."
Mr. John U. Hum, Moundsville, W
Vi, writis: "I have lxen handling
your Pi.ltllNA ever sine its iiilroi'nc tion
All who have used it sp ik highly of lis
curative properties. I considir it a rell
Mr. George risher, Portsmouth, O ,
writes: "lam handling your PruuvA,
tnd having a good trade 011 it. It (jivca
splciic d sjtiifaLtion."
01110 11 l 1 irsiuuti..
t Hun t.uiiklni; In I riMlliui of ti siillulite
Vliiiiiiiuiiit lii lllili, V1I1IU r Willi It-It In
At the muling ol (icttsyburg veti rans in
Columbus haturd i, tin following was unan
niiousl adopted as 11 siibst'lule lor n resolu
tion rnuisting the Adjutant (mitral to pro
itidtoirettl molillllil nt with the inolil
' llmolii 1 Thai h is tin disin of the sur
vivors ol the Gillysl urg liillln lint llu ai-
rapriation 11111 h ) die I,i gisbttiin lirinm
1 Hiiiora'iiig the serines ot the Ohio nil In rs
111 that eattlt shiiul 1 be 1 u 11 li 1 in 11 iroer
ilisignulion ol nil tin loialilios where lllmi
soldieis lought ou lb it In Id, and ll the exist
ing kigislature dma rot nrmil it, it would
bo wist to sek a iiiodifiitttioii to thnt eliect,
and dehv the exiieiidituri thircfor "
A lommittie ot three from enh of the
thirteen regiments of infntry, four batteries
cf artillery nnd one regiment and detainment
ol cavalry, was npp uled to meet nt Gettys
burg, August 1 I, and consult in rigard lu the
best plau for rovnhng lor the proper mark
ings of thi battkfuld, H3 follows Twenty
ninth Infaut,, Colonel D. W. Tiioma3,
Akron; Caption T. II Hot, Ashtabula,
Colonel Joca, hchoouover, Akron, Seventh,
Captain A llonr. Cut tain Oeorge A.
Mckay, Captain 11 II Ilohm, allot Cleve
land One-huiiJreth-'ind seventh, Major A.
Vignos, Cintou, Captain J. M. I,ul, Clive
lind, and Captain A. V. Kid r, Vavarn.; bix-l-
11 tli, Geneial Pngrne Powell, Columbus,
Major Thomas Mi Council, I rluna; I. G
Keller, I rbiea, Twenty-fifth, Col .V. Hough
ton, Tol do, Col. I). Hunt, Elmore, A. D.
Stewart, Toledo, rotittb, Cnjit. Gio 1.
Laird, Canton, I'rol. Wm kejpkr, Berea'
Lieut A M. Anderson, Dtlaware, I ifl-tillh,
Col. Chas P. ickliniii, Norwalk, dipt. J
T. Iloyd, Illocinvllli, O .Stearns, Io'tina,
hcvent-fitlh, Maj (no II. lux, Loikland,
11 Ilnttery, Firt Artilhry, W. K. Parmlee
Toledo, Sixty.first,Thofl 1 hmith, .New Lex
ington, A Gilihrist, Ilrilhanl, (1 .
Hrrns, llucyius, I illh, Hdwaid Ilooth, Cov
ington, Ivy , John If Hollman, Cincinnati,
John A. Ilipler, Cincinnati; Ktghtli, Major
Jos. hwigert, Colonel 1 rank fcavvir, Nor
walk, ( (1. Daniel, Ml. Vernon, Sevent)
thlrd, A. Lbrand, Delaware, I) A. Limb,
Wilmington, D. A. Stuckey, Washington,
First liatlery, Captain F. C (iihl s, Ports
mouth, Kigthy snond, Captaiu A. II Let,
Columbus, George V . 1 oUngblooJ, tlansful 1 ,
l.h. Ilobiuson, Kinton.
The Committee of Arrangiments for the
mietlng nt Gettysburg is as follows: Gen
eral 11 I). ruilcy, Lleutmant W. 11 l'armleei
R D. MeCartir, Captain A V. Lie.
ci. inn I'ni.t rr coiMfsTs'
Henri! From nt fort Wurtli, T ma 1 her
Will lstt Arkitiiaitrt nnd kitiiMiM In
The Fort Worth, Tua, (iailte, of July 1,
lus the lollowing regarding the 1 rospicling
pirly from here, now in the southwest
An excursion (any consisting of A. G.
Uelhard, A.J I'.lriek, Andrew Ilurucll, Wm.
Rece, II. W Olds nnd J. If Jli Ikcul, (,
Springfield, Ohio, are in thi ulj with their
hcadijuartirs 111 thtir tars at tin depot
Ibise genikmtn ae pto3ming through
this country in the InUrrH ol more than one
hundred repiesmtative lumillis of Clark,
(Ireme and Cllnlou counties, Ohio, an! will
make thorough investigations bi-fon leaving
Their plan differs viry mntirmlly from the
ordinary routine w oik of such rommitlies,
inasmuch as they nro rtparnl to ruuki both
gtoIogliJil and neogmphual surveys ol thi
country where they stup. They eolltct soil
a d rocks Irom every station and make qual
itative analysis thenof. Their rixl move
will prcbibly bo to luvestlga e tin soil, cli
mate, elc, of the rounllis boih nurlh arid
south of Fort Worth, They are also gathir
ing Information lor a prominent agneullural
college that is looking this way tor an invest
mint. We iiuderslnml fn m the pi ntlcmen ihat
alter thoroughly Invesligntmg ihe advantages
of dillerent parts ol Texas they will Wfore
ditl ling upon a locution visit Arkansas and
Kansas. lioth Ihey and thou wl cm they
nrrifeut will invest vrry txiinsivily wher
ever they dieidu to loiale, nnd will also bu 1 1
a town of their own.
Our real cslati men iu uld I stirring,
should wo get this colony In ihli vklnitj,
Tho parly go Irom here up the rort, W'oith
A. Denver City railway, but will return lo
Ibis city in a few days, when ll. y would be
glad to meet our teal estate men.
Lewis Myers who participated In one 0
the rowj at tbe Fair Grounds Saturday was
srrtsttd on Main street Ibis morning and
compelled to put up bail for his appearance
before the Mayor.
George Donaldson Is hern fiom Columbus
to see If there is really anything In all Ibis
A KICK IS KAHXhST.
Mniln lij Ihe Cltl'ena Against the I Ittte
Mlnml The I nlrial Move of the ornrn
tlon I'rotnat ot the Cltlinna Nuinll
( lintirr of Siiecvaa for the CottipnliJ.
It looks now very much as though the pe
tition of the P., C. A. St. L. Railway Co. to
lay another track across Market street, would
get hardly a favorable vote In Council to
morrow night. This stems to be the last hair
that has broken the patience of the titirens on
Market and Jefleron strctts, aud the growing
indignation, cherished and Increased by the
1 on oration, has bursted lorth in all its vio
lence. The following petition will bo pre
sented to Council tomorrow night
'Inilie ltiinoralilclllv Council ol "prlngflelJ
The undersigned property owners and tax
ravers of ald clly respectfully petition vour
honorable body not to give consent to the P.
0. A. St. L. or other railroad companies to lay
any additional tracks across Market strict.
Said lompany has actually, without any
HUlhorll) tin n fori taken posnslon ol the
wholt ol .It fTirson Bind and contrary lo the
public inti rests Iub converted tho Hitmc into
a railroad yard where Ihilr traina are lon
stantly switched back and forth across
Market street to the great detriment and con
stantly increasing danger of all persons at
tempting to cross Irom tne North to the
South side ot the city. They now
propose to cut down Markc street
aud lay additional tracks to the damage
of evtry pronrty owner on South Market
tioct and lo the great inionvrniince of
inryout' dwelling south ol Ihe railroads
It is strung! II our eity counul will allow n
wtalthy tori oration wluue mat bint ry is
oh mil at Pliiladtlphia and Pitttbiirg, 111
another state, in order lo save a little mom y
111 Ihe pimbaie of n little railroad yard elso-
vv hue to literally run Us own citin ns 01 tneir
It is tiiiitti evident that the pren tit is I ut
one ol a series ol t ncruiuhmenls wlmh will
be liisis'ed upon lurtaflir by lh Rallroul
Compnuy, as the city and its tralhc grows,
when their present quarters become
too limited for the transaction ol
their business; and. we assert that
this improvement, if allowed, will inev
itably result in thu practical destruction of
the avenue adjoining Jefferson street on the
South, laid out by Mr. Fassler and others, and
rendered necessary by the previous occupying
by the Rail Road company of Jefferson street.
The petition cunts already over 1J8
names and will probably have 50 more at
tached before tomorrow night.
1 he history of the alleged enroachmeuts of
this corporation on the rights of the property
owners, is too long and tedious lor publica
tion here. Away back thirty yenis ago
when the town was young Ihe ciliens, in
their eagerness to bavo the roud through,
granted thtm peirnis'ion to lay a
track on Jefferson street, and
mainly through tho efforts of Mr. William
Whileley, raised a subscription of over $la,-
000 to help thern buy in the property whith
they now own betwein Market and Limt
slone streets. Since thnt time Ihe company
has ion verted Jefferson Btreet Into n regular
y ard, aud now have six tracks running across
Market street. Ten years ago Jerome Fuss
ier and llliain N. Vi hiteley set back the
fence far enough to give a road-.ray along
Jifferson Btreet; and Clokey and Ramsay,
owning the rest of the projierly on this
square, soon followed their example. The
scheme which the railroad now proposes is to
lay a vurved track running across the corner
of Market and Jetlerson streets, and
striking the east side of Market about thirty
feet above tbe point where their tracks now
lay, and running In to the turntable in front
01 the new round-bouse tbey are now build
ing. To do this tbey will have to cut down
Market street about two feet, which, unless
they grade the whole street, will cause a Bud
den pitch onto the tracks from the south side.
The petition asking for this was presented to
Council fourJweeHB ago, and a special com
mittee, consisting ol Messrs. Must,
Johnson, Conklin, Thomas and Kid
der wiro appointed to con-
si kr it. Ou June 'ii this committee met
Ihe railroad officials, James MiCrea, Gen'l
Mauager,M.J Ilrsktr,Mechanical Engineer, anil
Ralph Peters, Division Superintendent, to
look over the ground The officials made the
oil npeated promise of a handsome nivv
depot, new freight house, new rouiidhoim,
etc., all ot which Influenced the committee
very lll'le as they have been mado and
broken 011 alinoit every occasion, when Ihe
company wanted to lay anew track or v bble
up any other advantage to which It In 1 no
right. The cilizeus of the vicinity hivniheir
own opinion aliout such Improvement nl Ihe
new roundhouse now In thee urcuofcou
slructlon which, Ihey say, will be an eyesore
in the center of the city and Will decrease the
value of the surrounding property Irom
thirty lo sixty per cent. according
lo its proximity. None of Ihe
Council Committee are in favor of granting
the company's request except Ur.WillThoma ,
and South Market street will wait on him this
evening and try to win bim over so as to
have a unanimous report against llie corpora
tion tomorrow night.
The thing causing m,st indignation in this
connection is the habit which tbe yard men
have of making running switches across
Market strret, that is, sendlktr detached ears
down on one or mure tracks, while at the
8nmc time the engine crosses on another.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. ilarter, of Washington,
Pa, spent tbe 4th with Mr. and Mrs. K J,
Shi Her, ot So Factory street.
Dr. an I Mrs llatterson, the Misses Luce, of
Macon, (la , and Misa Kale West went lu Ye'
low Siting today,
Mr. and Mrs. Win, Ply mire, who have
teen visiting Mr. and Mrs E. J, Shldler, of
So. Factory street, returned to their home ut
Washington, Pa , this morning.
We have DETERMINED fo sell
our entire stock of LOW CUT
SHOES AND SLIPPERS. This
means a special inducement
for you to buy now. These
goods are in the best qualities
or all grades except shoddy,
and will stand a rigid examination.
26 South Market Street.
Tllti I'llllllilrlplllri I lt.
Nothing has I ecu beard from the Filth
Ilnttery detachment in camp at Philadelphia j
the past weik, and the supposition is none of
the boys have anything 10 say beloie their
return home, which will roljbly In to-morrow
evening, as the lamp bnaks up to day.
A press telegram from thero rays the troops
which pvrtidpated in the prize drills wcie to
be drawn up Ibis aftt rnoon for announcement
of awards, but the enterprise had provm so
complete a lailurc, linnncially, that It was
shrewdly suspeclid tho lash prizes offend
would not bo paid at all. As no information
on the subjict has betn rectivid, It is thought
tho Springfield artillery did not compete or,
il they did, cainu out second best. We shall
know all alout it In a day or two. The
llrothcrly Lovers never will be through la
menting the desccratiou oml partial ruination
ol their lovely p irk, and the managers of tlio
cuutiiiptiitiit are not popular iiuioig thini.
IMvori I, lllloti.
lu Ot 111111011 Pit in court hist lnKy (till
ing, the attorney lor Cora ll. Mulholhiud, nre
Stuhlit, hied pillion ve,mnst George (! Mul
holland fur divorce. The parlies wire mar
ried In this city June 12 1S8 1. It Is alleged
In the petition Hi it on or about the third day
of May 188ri defendant was guilty of extreme
cruelty toward tlaintlfl, striking hir with his
fist. Also on tho 17th. diy of May that be
did Btrike 1 laintiir mid Ihrenleti to kill In r
Thnt dilcnlant has Icin guilty of gros
ntg't -tif dull, iiiluie to 1 riMdi , i h Plain
tiff ssks that Hip in ly bo rtsinnd lo hi r
ni". kii name, Cola II Mulibt Iho paling
to this suit art irtmbirs ol will known lain-
II113 in the 1 ity llu young womnii tipu
ali (I from In r htislinu 1 about tho t Inn mi n
tinned above at that of Iho couitni&ioii tit
nclii of (unity, and has slncii livid apart
from In m.
In court today, iff the divorce tnte ol John
Ilurn versus Nettie Hums, defendaut wus
grunted $50 alimony, and will make 1 deli nee
when Ihe t isu 101111s up for liianug.
The County Commissioners are holding the
July Eission lo-diy with a full board present.
Nothing more exciting or mlertsling to the
public has been transacted than the passage
of some bills and sheep claims. 1 he board
meets again Widn-slsy, when the Suth
Charleston annexation rae will be decided.
The North-stnet M 1. church will hold
its sixth annual amp meeting on the ClarL
county fair grounds, commmclng t ridiy,
July 10, 18M5, and continuing three or four
weeks. Many ot the abkst and most elo
quent ministers of the A. M. L' church will
be prise nt. Tbe tilicns of Springfield mid
vifinity are very nsf n (fully Invited to at
tend. J G. Mm ill 11, Pastor
M. HkonN, Secretary.
lirANrKD-m till. krNslM.lus U!l lei ,
1? fciualo help In all rarta ol t lie country to do
our !!a"ht, j Vaiunl ork at their homes Hntliy
mall to any addre, nocauvtcHsIni;, easy lo learn,
and any one rail earn from S" toStll ler week.
Iror full Iiiforiiiitlnn ad Ire.s hh Ss(ilei Mil
LOOM'-, I) 1'iarl street, lluoton, IIhss , llox MiTi
F'OltlthM -Jhreenlce rooms
keeplmc, In I loaianl locality,
lltltlM -three nice room for light house
llolli kluda of
luquiro at 1
waur una eve
POlt Kf ST 3 or 1 rooms, will ai er f jr alcep
T trii: rooms or family, 011 Main street, rent low,
Inquire of T. bbaip
I.WU ItKNT TWO KKHIT 1UMM
r with staMo for rent at V?0 per month
ana n west Mulberry si
Inquire of J. E.
rou BALI -1 01 fl I Mlll.-tn iirhct order,
T at a bargain Call early and tee, at IIS Mar
kit sin el.
I ,MK Hl I -er
. avenue I argi
mil. lice ot the
Hll ery driilril le residt lire on Mi) In
argn 11 1, wiiii at unuanee ci clioltn
llie liiont lliasmit lomtiunH In !!
illy. Ad Inns Miss M M. liiinlj,, to Mai lo
aet line, t nngniM, llhlo
ruilt Sl I. Hall, r Miop, at antllni, uii'Iuh
T day, Inly II. at Kin clock, at US I lllgliht,
(l IiUlItP l.aOUll.l IloUHtl
JT tie ah cims
hALh At (edrlawn farm, tlirt-e No. 1
All)) to 1. I.. Jlolmaii on Urliana
F'Ol Mi-V Utiles une lu fieirit nl ri A. Mor
row's fruit atore, lontalulng a amall amotinl of
iiuhi) tliuoituur can Intvd it hy (alllnir at U1,
Wet Main ft , wllh llie ueeeaaarjr I lentlllialloii
Jas It 1 nwaaris
UFtMl 1-Al mirlrii
louse lady cook apply
tl II., MM IIA.MUI.AMMIIMNU I'.N
.J eilM.I Ill.Stl 111 the lltu. Millltir I'olr
lirlinlo I in.1 1 int., Iruy, N. V, Ihe oldest
enijlnterlnitatliotl lu Ameneai. Neat term teicina
hepiember IO1I1. 1 lin lUunti r for isnvcaulalna a
Hit ot llie KraduaUa for llie 1 ast 1,1 years, with
llitrlr iiosllkiia, also course of aindy, nqnlreioents,
cxienes, etc Adlrtaa
IIVMI) VI. (JltKI'.Ni:. Ulrector.
I or 15 ) ears At 37 Court I bee, now at
S123 M.irl.etSliTct, T nniQlrillp TTu
Jfct JhlrJauuIourth. JJUUl.) I iliU, IV V
A ffoUrlf dlfialM ind IrrtMj qutllllrl brkUti u4 Ut
BM,a4 auocstataiui, H
HMvki s)ii4KMrwl. ubli riciiwi w 11 iirvv.
j-ortu or PRIVATE,
unci SEXUAL DISi
bcrmutorrhua a nil Imjioieuoy,
lurt-f jrtMrt wvltmr u.sa ) n4uclbt atttf ItitM
pifrnun ni vsjii ints'i in jwhu kivii ci iitci n mi
h mmgtriKX rM,iMt, Kcmlnil i tuliilctii (i.-(M tiii
floos, by arMut), b.iujrub( Hfbl. Ixfaullia Urioor fhy.
sis v -f s ...! . rw, aa iii' s rwiny vi rwuimw
CoiifiiaJ ( ll, I.: of Joeiuil lwr 4 P-udihui
pirruf linp)ipr-r DutiBPf f r tlnnnmlif tii4 trrn
btuUf eur4. JJ VPHrL IS .Wt.j iure4 t,ltB
QsLKET Sukimtt, OntilU HrniM iw X.ul.uu- '
IiW.sii uUi.TfrlTl4 JiMut quickly urd.
II U fcjr-;. Wel tbt U j lcU ) In, p) ,cll atUn knj
Uft.MrU.il oUiibf UMsjtu4 ftut IrctttiuK lUuanQH tut.ti
J Voq)rKrsitklil fbrilelasa luuvlrgaU Uctclu-l
rrcamuwutt raut.t to pir t.re tt kD il l lUlitef bl W
Til tU.C city truuiis,,.! rtdklbet 00 Uml. ir.itlulj
. ,; by na ltr itt,b;l(Ci
Cure Guiiruuiood lu all Ciuoa
CuaiiUtUulta bsTMBftllr Of tjT IrtUr frr U 1UfHl.
( harvi rMl..Usj aa4 cwrn-lbdeb(.f aukllr efaittbUaii.
OrsOOpcol svntlssas 41rM svrtt s-U4 ftlint
t alii av 1 lltm Ua s.s. sv. a .-hI a. 41. Al.Jb . m a Z. ... I
O0I csuu. tUU ts it4 i
R. P.Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
PiffO-W IS THE TIME!
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES!
LIUlo's Soluble I'lictjlc, the best non-ioliiniiiiU8 Deodorizer aud IHxInlec
taut knuvvii. It ring jnat lircn iirontitiiKrd to lie three- times more iKiwerfiil than
any oilier disinfectant In the-niiirkct li) . (OM.MITTEi: U.N lUS.M'EC.'AMS
of the Anierli'itii Pnlillp Health hten tut Ion reecntlr In sesilon nt the John Hop
kins' tlnborslly, llallimore, lor tesllnir (oniinerclul illslnfei lniitn. Sold in lioe,
50e, and ijll bottles.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
Mo. 311 XZawt Main Htrcot.
MARSHALL t CO.
17 fan! M tin
1 u Area ! .
HOME STEAM LAUNDRY!
3VE3LltJSIII.ILa cfc CO.,
WllltKS Curiiftr INtlittir mi s I CtillinililtvrstrsititH. IrrUi iiI'h Now I till I, I Ink.
'IVI141I1011U. Coiiiit'ttloii. Goods (Jailed For and Delivered Free.
Waukesha is a Charming Summer Resort
OV 'I Hi: CHICAtil), .MII,AlJKi:i: and SI'. rAlU, and M)KTKSTKK K'.S.
XJo tJtio w CsVULls.osl3.an, Wator !
The Woll-Known "Queen or Waters,"
!.eUi.aa.nnpnii.on;tAirU-,I IHIThTIC TABLK W TI IW Its uumirotn coinpUton Iisvk, one
alltr another, fall 11 away until It li-w on rival 1 he out iprliifii in WauWolia that rtnistlnj at one
tmicratun , Hiitii uivr bti1 vtlntpr i, t , .S dcrtcs
J hi Mmuotj.i lunt of tho ItmI Government Jloanl, t-ngland. July n, ISJfl MIf any taint, however
small , ot luttdhe materli) Lts aft ens to wells, ur other wntrct cf drinking water, it impaiti toeuor
in oils volume, of water tho poner ut prupaaHnu illieiie "
Mr lohn ( , I item, k Mitilsoti are , sava. u h u tho ly 1 hold j,rrni eel Into drinking wakr, they
n reiic 1 noiiiiously.aiitl tv roluco the Jlcae 11 vnrloiu way "New otk Heral 1.
I Im hinpr m ot II all li Kraorts -'No amount of pure (Kent air in tlie lungt can ncntrallre the had
rlhttirif jiuliUi d watci In Iho nloinach " Ntw ork Herald.
4,lhe Iiuc 1 ' futiti 3t) nnd July 7, ll.haya "Water Is tho great carrier of the Iiivectlre germs
I'uro water rhould lift avallatde at all luatniu, but this In fftpnially ncceriMarr In warm weather."
uiuru Well. II altb t jumiluloncr Hijrinoti 1,
of "MI niinm mi llu wo have closed altout lfA) Ihe
J10 hcIU jet In oxlftlenco, nlmt Jl uf which are mmxI,
Henoitiof tho I al (toicruinent Buirl. I-nLland
variouiiloralltif a, In l'ita'xa the epidemic bal nn olhtr determining cauae than tho use of water con
taining tuipurltUa "
New otk Herild "Turp water la of nioro luiottauee than pun, milk."
WAX K1I dlt-NN ti evrywiiere known as the great Kidney, Ida Ider aud ftlaletes Curo In
dorteJ by nudkat irufcsslon. Adlresa 1. II. ltlCV A.N T, Waukesha, Win
THE NELLIE BURKE CO.,
PAIR C3-rL3U3NTlS, '
THURSDAY, JULY 9, 2:30.
(Jrand Iteiin.iti Chariot Knee, the Hlderlc-H llorio, Hort-es and (Jrerhonnils.
John M. Kanklu In Fanej Kllle Shooting.
INDIAN RACE FOR A BRIDE,
ot Blveu last Savturit7 on account ot rain.
To accommodate the many person, who, by reason of the great
crowd on the grounds, failed to witness the wonderful races by the
Nellie Burke Co., the management have decided to cancel dates else
where and give Ihe entire piogramme of the Burke Company, with a
number of additional interesting features.
IUou No. r,, Arcaile HullJInir, Hricuil Floor,
MITICr. TO Cei.NTItACTHILS.
(J KM. KII iiiiuku1k u III lin rerilleJ ut llionf.
O lire iifthM LII Clerk of tliLllyiir8iirliic
lie M, Ohio, Inr thu iiiit-rlrurluruiir km Iron
lirl.li.eiiiir Ilmlc ir. ek.oii h rlnx street, In
nnlil ell , li dill r to fiirnlali tin Ir own pliuia:
iiImj fur furolaliliiK llio mail rUI unit con.
hlriictlni; oiiei iilitniiieiit fir hrIiI hrlilno, .
lonlli k to the plHiia unil iirofllmon Diet m tho
Clly Kntjliiiiraolllie, InaHlU rlty.
All nniM)snU iiiuhI ho fur fiiriilalilnir tliei
riiiilerldl mill omuplelllik: Ihe. worn liiiorillnu
lo iIiiiih, pruflliH nuil apeclllciilljiiii, liul.t
KlKle tne prlt es lor Inlx r iinel innterUI aipu
niUly, uiiaiiuiHtha alijuiilliy the. full mhiiim
or eviry inaeiu IntercaUil In khIJ iiroiiiw il,
jitiit muni bOKlKiiHt h hoibo nspoiislhlu ilia
liilercatiil pen-on iih a rfuurieiitt lliat u con
true t will lw cute id I Inioiiuit thu work coin
pMtU, prinlJid sakl 1,1 j UuecepUil
All hula iriual he on llie lid ihu uity Clirk
on or hi fore 12 o'clock, ut noon, 'i liurvlny,
July lilh,ls.s- iniis iiiiillcly oiwiini uiiil
rami liniiiiilliiti ly uller lso'click on suhl ilay
In the pin.'i me or tho Mil or, City Kuulneer,
Aulkiuut Cltv Knjlliter Hint Clly lleik.or
uuy two of Ihiiii, hiiiI ii'ch villi the city
i'le ik, to Ih prewn'isl to tliut Ity (ouurltht
tho Drat rritufiir inietliik U.t-mitlor.
riiu elt rn.tr ve a thu rlijlii to rijrct liny
and nil inoposuli fur any re uiin tin limy
litem mlllolenl. '
11 order of Council
J. H. HUKWALTi'ii, Cllj Clerk.
flllll. iiiideraliiiieil Lava lliliilar tormeJirenarl.
1 nersliln fur thi uracilee of law mnler i10 '..
name ul ilofiuau i llowmati, Hj rluri. IJ, Ohio,
H A. liotrMaNJ
fc. O. Howhih,
lm,li,im. J' U lk,""w'
hlnrl.Milrul eri r'nlleftr fatoie.
Itiininiiis ISium M uitl.
Urookljn, niKiM. "'iuci uu txgan our liur eel loir
1 whici in aai.ais sii
unlit for human conituuifitlon Thi
freo from ltui urllh n "New ork I
"Of 14 ' tnideinitBof Ui hold fpvnri oIim rvi d h
T. J. THOMAS,
NEW YORK HORSE ' SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market House.
Hclal care with lame horars, colli, trick boraes,
horata that interfere, suit tlioae biTliiK pecullir
maj bo rtllul ujion for relief In nil ills
eiioof thu lino it iiml un's; aiul, for Hi.)
fprnly mroof hniro C'ultNoi Couiihi, It
li is no iijiul. K. J, Dunnes, Iliiiiiiiuii'a,.
ItirUK Co., S. C, wrlliK; Suum tltma
a-o I eeiiilriPlnl, lay eposuri, :t sutrn
Colli mill rmi,'li. fier two or tint cm
nioiitlia, I Infill to llilnk Ilurn uouM bu.
id ilitii,'i for lliu lullir. M) iiltintioii
liiliio'elliiiieilto Ajir' CIiiiij rulnr.il,
1 I'roiuriil.lie)Uli1iiiull).B'milul.lu!J't. It
Cured My Cough
luforu the lliat liotlln a, usul, im.l r
riilill) leeotireil ni) liuiltli," ,. J,
DhIs, Alililson, Kims., wiliis: "nil's
Hirliiir I toot, u sncrei CeiM, iihleli aelllul
on my lun'i. In tliiLt) laji It licciimo
nieisl illllliiilt unil pnlnfiii' for mo tu
linjtlu. As hoon in posilMo I gut a
boltluuf Am r'i) Clu rr) l'liloi-ul, runt ui
iroinii) n lie nl iiml cure iih) llsiinc."
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J, 0. Ayer & Co , Lowell, Mas
Fur talu ly nil DruglaU.
siDbt isi uias, w a. m r.