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., GLOBE ftEPUBLIQ, TTTTTRSDAY EVENING, TITLY!) 1885
IIAll.i IIC till I'll HMIVH1
rosTitts utvAinr, ah antuxuao bt j. dsust,
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July , list In, Wind Weather,
6. (flu. i i,s H dear
Ili'TO a. n , h Clear
J:) p. in mi' I'nir
nop. m M' H I'alr
M'R'i ii. in 7 1 s Clear
mho leuiter-tutt Ml . liiiniralure tame
dite Id 1884, 70 ahuve. 1omteraturo of earn
.1. In Isai. rai' above. Ininpcr.ture ol same
data In !. ,,' hum iftu.
Mr. llntrjr Hiutin&n 1ms returned irom
Mrs. Clements ntul two eons, ol Cincinnati,
aro (lie Riiffts ol Dr. ami Mrs. T. It. Totter.
Mrs. George llrtcon ntul Mis. Will Koilgers
lelt toiluy for Clinton, lovvn, via the .V. V.,
I'. A 0. rnllriw.l.
HeRular muster tonight of Mltrliell Tost
No. 4.r, (1. A It., nt which n lull turnout ol
lomrailM Is ilsirc,l.
Mrs. A. M. Dampy, ol :m West fourth
street, Cincinnati, Is vlslllnp; Mrs. J. D.
1'lileger, Kit High street.
Mr. Dngns, proprietur tit. Jnmes Hotel,
contemplates a trip to lltirope, anil will leave
New York July 25, by H. 8. City of Chicago.
Mr. KJ. Wren, wife, thlMrin antl nurse,
ami Mr. James nntl Miss llriilgel Klnnane, lelt
this morning In drawing-room car via N. V.,
1'. k (J. railroad for New Yolk.
Miss Cnssily, ol North Limestone street,
entertains her fricnils with n tlancing parly
this evening, in botinr of her guests, Miss
Mitchell, ol Witiotm, Minnesota.
Rev. K. I'. Hamlers, of Dajton, will occupy
tho United Ilretliren pulpit, I.tigoinla, next
Sunday, the putor being ntccssarilr absent
at tlie bedside of his sick futher, who llvei
near Fort Wayne, lnd.
Uonirrciftllunul church social this evening
at the resident? of Mi. and Mrs. George W.
Hastings, corner Main and Hate streets. An
Interentlng programme 1m been prepared and
a large attendance Ii expected.
Miss Anna HUck, of South Market street,
gives a dancing parly tomorrow evening, to
entertain her charming young guests, Miss
Nannie KeMeil, of Indianapolis, and MIfs
Josie Huckinghnm, of Zintsvllle.
I'apers have been lorwanleil to the Secre
tary of State, at Columbus, for the organlzn
tlon of a building and loin association on a
plan similar to that of the society now In
such successful opernlion in Ihfs city.
Major C. H. limits, of the (,'ineintmtl pub
lic school", is v isittng his old home and rela
tives in this city. Comrade of the 4 lib. 0.
V. I., and nth O. V. C, bine numerously itu
proved the orportunl'y to give him "the
The Young Iultcs' foreign Missionary
Society, of St. Paul church, will give on en
tertainment tonight In tho lecluic room of
the church. The programme will consist of
recitations by the (lilo family and music.
Kverjbody urged to come. Admission 25
Tho managers of tho A. M. II. enrap meet
ing nro going ahead with their preparations
and expect to begin a three weeks scries next
Saturday evening, on tho I'nlr (Irounds, use
ot which has Win scturrd from the Trotting
I'nrk Association. Judgo llawes's decision
in the Agricultural Hoard injunction has not
Wen received here yet, but it is expected this
eveniog or tomorrow.
Members or the faculty of Wittenberg Col
lego aro now making the final effort to get a
subscription fund sulllcteut to finish the new
Wittenberg. Tito work Is almost completed.
The entire amount necessary has been se
cured, with the eicepllon of $1,700. So
soon as this sum is obtained work on tho
building will bo resumed. Let there ben
prompt response on the part of the citlrens to
the call ol tho commltlee.
'Conductor Geo. W. Cogpsvvell, of tho Pan
Handle, has been on the road for many
years, and Is widely known as a careful oflic
ial in his department, and anything contrirj
to this well established record should be re
ceived with cautious Inquiry before believing
it. Some time since u church Sunday school
excursion front this city went out on Mr.
Cogswell's train to Yellow Springs, and
after returning, somebody, whoso name was
considered sufficient, wrute it complaint to
this paper, which was inserted. We have
heard Mr. Ceggivvell's eldo of the question
and are catitficil that neither ho or any of
tho railroad men were to blame for tho Incon
veniences ol h erow-tled excursion. This
mncb is all that is necessary to bo said in
defeuse of Mr. C, to tho publitjthat knows
him so well.
That C'ltiy rigium Mutrli.
The shooting match hell on the 1th of
July at the fair grounds will be finished, by
continuing the scores w hero left, at 1'trrins
A meeting ot tho Sprirgfield Shooting and
Fishing Club will bo held at Slack k Sou's to
night nt R. p. m., and all members and those
interested are rt'incsted lo be present.
The prizes to bo shot for Friday aro two
tuckets of fine cut nnd a e.iddy of plug tottie
co, ollered by the "Hull Dog Plug Tobacco
Company," Mr. Dm. Nttkum, ageutj and
three sacks of "Golden Fleece" Hour, donated
to the club by Messrs. Warder k Harnett.
DillTy DiiiiiiikiI Out,
Aliout half-post (Ho o'clock last eening
Captain Duffy, cl the Central engine house,
started to haul a load ot kindling wood in a
light spring wagon from the house to his
home on tho coiner of Jefferson and Market
streets, driving llto bay horsa "Dutch" to lite
Wigou. Ho was driving up tho alley be
tween Market and Center streets when the
5:30 freight on tho l.iltln Miami tame by.
After ho had seen the caboose pass bo started
up again and was just coming out onto the
tracks when tho switch engine came pulling
down a few yard behind the freight and wis
upon him befoic lie could do anything. The
horse gnvo a plunge nnd whirled about, up
setting the wagon, tenting the harness loose
from tho shafts, and coming home to tbo en
gine hou u liko a shot. Captain Unify was
clumped out with ilia kindling wood, but was
not seriously injured, though be was Bcverely
cut and scratched about the right knee, the
right elbow nnd the lelt fuicarui.
(M r. i iii.i,
The i,w bouse ol John l.ell s Is fait hear
0. C. Knsley, of Springfield, spent the 1th
here with his Irieuds.
Joj.C.Necr will return to his home nt
rranklln, Ky., Ilili week. Illsnged mother,
Aunt Sarah, will necnmprinj him.
Mrs. 0. I,. Pearson spent Friday last in Co
lumbus, In n trial In INpiIro Conway's court last
Thursday between IM. M. Hklllman and S.
II. drove, Mr. I!. 0. Ilowman and Mr. F. 0.
(loodo wcro tho attorneys, Jasi.cr ilolkln,
Jno. W. Year.t'11, Henry Itunyan, Jno. Jones,
sr., linos MtConkey nnd Anllla West were
tho jury-men. Tho verdict wnj In fnvor of
tho ilelendant, S. 11, Groves.
Wilbur Wnltmnn and Marlon Hcniy are
lioth seriously ill nt this writing.
The appearance of our town has been grent
ly Improved by the removal of the last of tho
'Old Tavern" buildings and tho old barn.
There are but one or two eyesores in the
(own now, and It Is hoped that the will bo re
moved before n great while, with the new
buildings erected in tho put few years our
town has greatly Improved fn appearance.
It elves us pleasure to chrnnliln tin. n,.
rlaga on Thursday evening, Juno 2Slh, nt
Plaltsburg, 0 by Itev. Mr. Wlngel, of Mr.
Jacob T. H. Shirey, formerlr n lesldent ol
Augusta county, Va., but for the last six years
an Ohioan, to Miss Debbla A. Darding.ol this
piace. nc wi-it mem a smooth and pros
perous journey over life's usually tempestuous
Mrs. II. WIngale spent part of last week in
Therb will be n rapberrg and Ice crt am
festival at Asbury chapel Tuesday night of
Cntnwhn M. K. Church Dune nt Last.
Those who know the history of the church
will appreciate tbo statement that the finish
ing touch is aliout to lie given. Aliout eight
v curs ago the members raided a subscription
for the building ol a now church. Tho work
bepan and a beautiful twc-Jlory church went
up to tho miters. Just then a terrible storm
passed over the town and blew it all down.
Un the ruins ot the first church the present
church was built. Tho people will never for
get the struggle for a second subscription-, etc.
When tho church was finished up to the spire
their resources failed and the work slopped.
This spring, notwithstanding lite pressure of
lite times, tho people determined lo finls.li It.
Tho plan for the spire was drawn bv Mr. C.
A. Crcagcr, of Springfield. It Is very beautiful
design octagon, slnto roof, 38 feet high,
from lite lop of the tower, which is forty feet,
making the whole steqilo 78 feet from tho
The contract was taken by the energetic
and skillful Mr. Johnston, I'o t M ster of
Springfield, who always believes In rushing
matters through rapidly yet correctly, for tho
sum of $375.
The work Is nearly done, It will bo com
plete In a few tlays. We are ready to cash
the whole bill and bavo money lelt in tho
The peoplo of the place deserve grtnt
credit for their liberal response to the call
of the trustees.
Ciias, P. flow m, Pastor.
We were exceedingly glad to seo so many
turn out and attend the county picnic on last
Saturday. HveryLody present fcc-md lo en
joy themselves and also tho way the meeting
was conducted. We were very glad to seo
our editor, Mr. C. M. Nichols, on this occa
sion. Mr. Stella Grincr Is visiting nt her home.
Mr. Mike Welch, a young man of near this
place, was terribly beaten by some unknown
person to us while at tho Fair Grounds at
Springfield, Saturday. Mr. Welch Is highly
respected in this vicinity, and was considered
n very cpulet and peaceful young Tan; there
fore we extend our sympathy in his oehalf.
Miss Louie Ilges, the handsome and ac
complished young lady ot near this ilttce,
will leave for Canudt some time this week
where she will probably remain for some
time. She has our best wishes to accompany
her on her journey.
Itev. Mr. Symans, Mise Anna Ferrie, Miss
Louie litres, Miss Sallie mid lllla Kiirg, were
theguestaot Mr. Orrin Steinharger Monday
Miss Hattio Neer is visiting in Springfield
this week. Site will go thcuco to her homo
In St. Paris, Ohio
Miss Annie Hallentine, of Mad Iilvcr Val
ley, la lu the suburbs the guest of Mrs. Win.
Miss Itosa Ztrkle, of near I.awrencevlllo,
()., is iu tho suburbs the guest of Mrs. Col
well. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Domer is visiting in tho
Mrs. Kmery Kiser entertained a number of
guests at her residence last Wednesday even
ing by way of u grand ice cream supper.
The Misses Carrie and Annie Stelnman, of
near I.awreitceville, were in the suburbs the
1th Inst., tbo guests of Miss Annie Herman.
Mr. Mttleman, tho wondderful nlto singer
of Urbaoa, exhibited Borne ot his wondrrful
alto talents at Victory School-house, Wedttet
day evening last.
Iter. Mr, Iscr, of Diyton, 0., preached a
powerful and touching sermon at Victory
Sabbath-school Sunday last.
A Unking I'owiler Trick.
All kinds of schemes and tricks are re-sorted
to oy unprincipled persons to obtain un
fair atlvantages over thefr neighbors. The
latest and most dishonest of thetu thnt has
come to our nollccis one by which certain
raanti'acturers of baking powders have sought
to prejudice consumers against the use of oth
er brands that have an established reputation
ns the best nnd purest In the market, lor the
purpose of introducing their own. Their
method, we aro Informed, is to heat n can of
baking powder of a wtll-known brand over it
lamp or stove, when, If thtru is a gas given
off having the odor of ammonia, the powder
is condemned ns being made ol ammonia and
unfit for use. The prejudices of tho unsus
pecting aro thus excited against tho baking
powder submitted to the so-called test, nnd
the grocer who has a quantity of It on hand
suffers aserious loss in consequence.
If the Intelligent consumer will stop a mo
ment to think, she will readily perceive that
this "test," it successful, proves nothing but
tho supeiiority of the baking iKiwder tested.
The aim ol all baking powder makers is to
produce an article that shall most readily,
under use, give off Its leavening gas. The
powder that does Ibis with a molernle heat,
at the same time evolving the largtst (pian
tity, is scientifically the best.
There is probably not an article pre
pared for food that can not bo manipulated
to prove that something Is wrong nbout it ;
and when a person go s into a kitchen or be
loro a housekeeper who Is not to bu presumed
to understand chemical iclatlons, and per
forms an experiment ol even the simplest
character, It is not difficult to impress one
that something ttw ful Is tbo matter.. As to
baking powders, we could suggest a dozen
tests that would boas ridiculous in giving u
fa r Idea of rtttir relative merits to itu unli.
structed mind as the ouo here mentioned.
The true domestic value of a biking pow.
tier consists in ltd purity, wholcsomentsj and
leavening power. It is only tbo chemist, wlih
bis chemical appliances, who ran determine
these qualities scientifically and oxactly. Aside
from this, tho best test fur it baking powder
is to try it in making bread, and sen which
makis the moBt and llto liest. To this prac
tical test all the established brands have been
put, and housekeepers have very generally
madu up tbelr minds which they prefer, and
the tricksters will find ultimately that a
brand that has been a household favorite for
years will not bo dlsplnctd by reason of any
tricks they may show.
'Uniaaeat Mnn In Alabama."
"De crosses! man In Alabamn lives dnr,"
Enid the driver ns we npproachcil a waysldn
home, near Selma, Ala., to ask ncioinmndn
lions for tho night. At siiper and niter it,
"mine host" scowled nt every one, found fault
with everything earthly, anil I was wonder
ing If bo would not growl If thohenvinly
halo didn't fit him, whrn Incidental mention
lielng made of the comet of 1H82, he fitld
"I didn't like Its form, Its tail should hnto
been fan shaped I"
Hut, next morning, be appeared half of
fended at our offering pay for his hospitality I
My companion, however, mado him accept ns
a present n sample from his case ol goods.
Six weeks later, I drew up at the snmo
homo. The planter stepped llthrly from the
porch, and greeted mo cordially. I could
scarcely believe that this clean-complcxioned,
brlght-ojed, animated fellow, and tbo morose
being of a few weeks back, wcro the same.
Ho iuiulrcd alter my companion of tho former
visit nnd regretted ho was not with me.
"Yes," said his wife, "wo are both much In
debted lo him."
1 How?" tasked, In Burprlse.
"For this wonderful change in my hus
band. Your friend, when lenving, handed
mm a pottle or Warner s safe cure. He took
II, and twootherbotlles,nndnow " "And
now," be broke in, "from an ill-feeling,
growling old War, I am healthy and so cheer
ful my wife declares she has fallen In lovo
with me again I"
It has made over again a thousand lovo
matches, nnd keeps sweet the' tempers of tho
family circlo everywhere. Copyrighted.
Used by permission of the American Hural
Olbo Humphreys has returned homo from
lid. Lcavitthas come up from Cincinnati
to siend a few weeks here with his parents.
Miss Saran Hagnr, one of Antloch's music
teachers has got e to spend the summer with
friends In and about Hotton.
The last exodus from the north dormitory
occurred Saturday. Mrs. D. Chombers
started for Dayton, Miss Kvelyn Darling, for
Chicago and Miss II. Guthrio for Mitchell,
Mls Pearl Means has returned from New
York where she has been attending school.
Ilefore returning she spent scvernl days with
Iriends on the sen shore.
The outlook for attendance at the scrnmer
normal Is very good. Tho pedagogues will
undoubtedly make it lively after next Mon
day. Yellow Springs has a new tonsorial artist.
Tho town is now well supplied in this line
and we may expect to tie relieved of tho
nuisance of awaiting our turn.
Professor William McGinnls stopped over
several days to see his friends here as he was
on his way to visit relatives in Drcsicn. Ho
is now Professor of Mathematics in the State
Normal School at Kirksville, Mo. Tho
frtutees of that institution have shown their
appreciation of him by electing him for three
yenra at it salary of $1,500 a year.
Civil service reform has been beautifully
exemplified in the removal of Mrs. McNair, n
most efficient officer and a soldier's widow,
from the post-office, and the a'ppointment of
a Democrat in her place. Opinions have
been nired pietly Ireely, and they seem unani
mous that there exist no grounds for charges
against Mrs. McNair. An attempt is Win?
made to find out upon what grounds the re
moval Is based, but as yet it Is without re
sults. Dr. Baldwin, the man appointed, will
probably make n good officer, but tho suspi
cion ol trickery is too strong to allow Un
people to receive any man with open nrms all
In hurry. In this regard the Xcuia Ga7ette's
correspondent does not truly represent the
siate of the public mind.
Tho glorious Fourth was celebrated on the
Neff grounds In orthodox fashion. There was
no speaking. Otherwise nbout the usual pro
gram was rendered, wiib two or three ltchts
by variation. We were not present, and re
ports of the fights aro so various that no do
not venture lo repeat any ot them. No very
serious Injuries were inflicted. The greater
prrt of the crowd was from Diyton. We saw
enough from a distance to know that the par
lor of the Neff HotiBe was thrown opon for
dancing and was full, that the irrepressible
small boy with fire-cracbers, tbo man with
the wheel of fortune nnd the spoony young
eouplo from tho country, were all there, each
attracting a due amount of attention. In the
evening the prop-ietor of the Yellow Springs
House entertained his many guests by a bril
liant display of fire-works.
Mr. II. P. Whitney and wife spent Friday
and Saturday of last week at Coviugton, 0.
Mrs. Joe Richards is still very sick. Some
think sbo will not recover.
Mr. nii Davis raised the frame work of his
now cam last Friday. Janus Helman Is do
ing the carpenter work.
Mr. John Pierce and George Sparrow, from
Springfield township, were in tin neighbor
hood Monday delivering some photographs
made last week and making more negatives.
Tbo band boys will hold a festival next
Saturday evening. Several other bands are
expected to attend.
The temperance meeting Tuesday evening
was addressed by Itev. J. H. Davis, Tomliu'
llodkiu and others, and was very interesting.
The Hoard ol Homo and Foreign missionr,
M. 1'. church, closed its session yesterday af
ternoon. The reports showed that the foreign
work In Japan is In prosperous condition, also
the Home is proceeding vigorously and en
couragingly. Tho appropriation for the
year is $20,000, and tho session just closed
was harmonious and encouragingly succe-st-ful.
Kupubllcnu Central Ciiinuilltce.
There will be a meeting of the Republican
Central Committee Saturday, July 11,1885,
nt 2 p. m., at lite usual pi ce. Husitiess of
importance will bo transacted, livery mem
ber is requested to be prejent.
Jons W. PiinoNs, Chairman.
Jamis P. Goodwin, Secretary.
A Wiilkliii; Skeleton,
Mr. II. Springer, of Mecbanitsburg, Ph.,
writes: "I was afflicted with lung fever and
abscess of lite lungs, and reduced to a tcalk
my tktleton. Got a free Irial bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery lor Consumption, which
did mo so much good that I bought a dollar
bottle. Alter using three bottles, found my
self onco more a man, completely restored to
health, with a hearty appotlto and n gain in
llcth of forty-eight pounds. Call at Chas.
Ludlow's Drug Store nnd get a free triul bot
tle ot this certain cure for all lung diseases.
Large battles $1.
Tliuuaamla hay So.
Mr. T. W. Alklns, Girard, Kan., writes. "I
never hi si tain to recommend your Hlec trie
Hitters lo my customers; they give entire sat
isfa, tlon, and are rapid sellers." lllectric
Hitters aro tho purest and U-st medicldo
known, and will positively cure kidney and
liver complaints. Purify the blood and regu
late the bowels. No lantily can allord to bit
without them. They will save hundreds ol
dollars in eloetor's bills every year. Sold at
fifty cents n bottle by Chas. Dudlow,
llucklen'a Arulcu Naive,
Tho best salve In the world for Outs
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
enres Piles, or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded, Price 25c. ier box. For tale by
DRY GOODS i CARPETS
Good Calico only 3c.
Goods in All Departments at Speaking Prices.
The largest stock of Carpets in the city at the lowest prices. New
Carpets received every day. We solicit a call.
Respeo t tiill y,
BLACK, BROTHER & CO.
Til IU AN It THAT.
How vain the loving darts that fly
From u'en the most bewitching eye,
Unless the teeth aro pure and bright
And ever kept a snowy white.
If jou would save jour teeth from harm,
In SOZODONT you'll find lite charm.
IHaimilul. nmt t'eurla.
Ilyes bright as diamonds should be supple
mented by teeth white as pearls, and this lat
ter element of beauty can be secured by using
SOZODONT. II brushed In night and morn
ing this fragrant vegetable preparation Is
guaranteed to preserve the soundness of tho
teeth and prevent their turning yellow.
The development this season in bousc
pninting is gteen rools, and umber and prim
rose are the fashionable colors lor wood
Itf.ciiod from Dentil.
William J. Coughltn, of Somervllle, Mass.,
sajs: In the fall ot 1870 I was taken with
bleeding of lungs followed by a severe cough.
I lost my appetite and flesh, and was confined
to roy bed. In 1877 1 was admitted to tho
Hospital. The doctors said I had a hole in
my lungs as big as a half dollai. At ono
timo a report went around that I was dead.
I gave up hope, but n fiiend told me of Dr.
William Hall's Balsam for the Lungs. I got
a bottle, when, to my surprise, I commenced
to feel better, nnd today I feel better than for
three years past.
f-'pecial conclave tomorrow evening of Pal
estine Comjiandery No. 3.1, K. T., at which
tho Temple degree will bo conferred. Visit
ing Sir Knights corteously Invited.
Tour IlltAlhl 1'lckeil Up.
"I was a poor invalid." writes Mr. S. T.
Thornton, of Oxford, N. C. I used Hrowu's
Iron Hitters, nnd think it Is a fine tonic. It
has had Bitch a wondertul effect en mo that I
am now able to walk about with the greatest
eate." This was a ease of dreadful debility.
Other people who nro troubled as Mr. Thorn
ton was, are reminded thnt any druggist will
sll them Brown's Iron Hitters nt a dollar a
bottle, and they might ns well recover their
health nnd strength.
A Springfield druggist recently received
and filled n large order from I.os Angeles,
California, for Icecream powder, for making
ice cream. It isn't reapers and mowers,
threshers, wind mills and conventions only
tl. it aro building up llto Champion City's rep
utation throughout tho length nnd breadth of
the 1 tnd.
"All's well that ends well.' Mr. Hugh
Fleming, of Holvoke, Mass., thought he was
never going to get well. Chronic indigestion i
was what was the matter with him. He!
I..l .-:..., - . j: l.i . t, ., . '
u,i wiru mi umujr rcmruies wiiuoutavau mat
he began to lose hope. Then some one told
him that Mtshler's Herb Bitters was guaran
teed to cure just such cases as his, and ho
concluded to make another trial. He did so,
Hnd now he is glad of it. For it ended well
in his case, unci he is now a healthy man.
About every person has some form of scrof
ulous poison intent in his veins. When this'
develops into scrofulous sores, ulcers or erup-'
tlon, or takes the form of rheumatism or or-1
gaitic dhensf", the suffering that ensues is ter-i
riblo bejonil description, Hence the grati-i
tudo of those who diEcover, as thousands
jenily do, that Ayer's Sarsapanlln will thor-'
oughly eradicate this evil from the system.
Von nc Men I Mead This.
The Voltaic Itrlt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltaici
Holt and other Klectric Appliances on trial
for thirty days, to men (youug or old) afflicted
with nervous, debility, loss ot vitality and
manhood, and all kiudred troubles. Also for
rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, and many
other diseases. Complete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. No
risk is incurred ns thirty days trial is al
lowed. Write them at once for illustrated
To most children tho bare suggestion of a
doseol casloroilis nauseating. Why not,
then, when physio is necessary for the little
ones, use Ayer's Cathartic Pills? They com
bine every essential and valuable principle of
the cathartic medicine, and, being sugar
coaled, are easily taken.
A tlreat Kl.iuverjr.
Mrs, Hmiua Clark's Hair Restorer removes
dandruff Irom the scalp and renders it per
fectly healthy. It will euro all diseases of
the scalp, also cures neuralgia headache, ner
vous headache and removes pimples from the
face, restores gray hair to its natural color
and produces a luxuriant growth of the hair.
This preparation is perfectly free from pois
onous drugs. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. This Hair Hestorer Is pre
pared and sold by Mrs. Emma Clark, South
Charleston, Clark county, Ohio, or her an
tboriiid agents. Agents wanted. Give it a
trial. Pricel per bottle.
For tale by Ad. Hakbaus k Co., Druggists,
2.1 K'.tst Main Btreet, and 11. II. Wolfe, corner
Market and High streets, Theo. Troupe and
T. J. Casper.
When thn blood cirries its duo proportion
of each of the acids, alkalies and other ele
ments of which it Is composed, tierfcct and
painless health Is tho result. Let tbo propor
tions la- c hanged by the Imperfect working of
one or more of the v Ital organs, and Inllam
ntatiou, putt, weakness and disease are the re
sult, Dr Carpenter's Calculi He-solvent at
tacks the sent of disease iu the vital organs,
sj1 Amove the foreign substances (Calculi)
that impede their action, thus banishing lite
inflammation and restoring the organs them,
selves to perlect working order, Asa conie
qtience, tho constituent elements ot the blood
are soon restored to their proper proportions,
and polu, liillautmation and disease vanish,
Sold by J.J, Hrown,
BLACK BI10. ct CO,
Good Gingham only 3c.
Good Brown Muslin 4c.
A Helmltllo Alan
Would use Kemp's Halsam for llto Throat
and Lungs. It Is curing more cnes of
Coughs, Cold", Astnma, llronchltis, Croup and
all Throat and Lung Troubles, thin any other
medicine. The- proprietor hni authorized Dr.
T. J. Casper, Druggist, to refund your money '
11 after taking three-fourths ot n bottle, relief
a nnt nbtn!nr,1 l'ri, u n. ,,n,l 41 nn T.i.,1 I
A liKMAlll.K AI11ICI.K.
For enterprise, push nnd desire to gel such
goods as will give the trade satisfaction, Ad.
Uakhaus k Co., tho Druggists, leads all com
petition. Wo sell Dr. liosanko's Cough and
Lung Syrup, because it is the best medicina
on tho market, for Coughs, Cold, Croup nnd
Primary Consumption. Price dC cents nnd
$1.00. Samnlcs free.
Out Hour Sporti,
With the opening of the tenron of outdoor
sports comes the time of trouble for the poor
victims of Hay Fever r.nd Itoso Cold. For
them lljwers have no odor, and the summer
little or no beauty. To snuff', sneeze and wipe
their weeping eyes for three or four succes
sive mouths this is their pitiable portion.
There Is no help In pca-voj ages, there Is no
help in high mountain air. Hut theic is a
positive cure in IIIj's Cream Halm. Try it.
If you continue to suffer it is because you
neglect a remedy as sure ns it is cheap nnd
It Una Nil i:,iml.
Smart Weed nnd Helle donna combined wills
the other ingredients utod in the licst porous
plasters make Carter's S. W. k li. Ilai-kaclic
Plasters the best in the matket. Price 2j
cuiti:- ton piiu"
Piles nro frequently prf eii ! I y a ense cf
weight In tho back, liibis an i 1 wr part of
the abdomen, cacalt g thi tut, ; o suppose
helms some cflectio.i ot the 1 ldueya or
neighboring orgnns. At limes, symptoms of
indigestion are present, tl tuhnit, u ifviucfs
of the stomach, i to. A moi tu.e, like per
epirntion, producing n very dif u-reenble itch
ing, after pelting vurri, is n common at
tendant. Illiud, lil'eclmg nnd Itching Pili s
yield at once t the nrplim-i.n of Dr.
Bosanko'e Pile Itemedy, v. I tin. a ts directly
upon the parts nllieti I, aim rbing the
Tumors, allaying the intem-e it hing, nnd
effecting a permanent i tire. Price 60 cents.
Soli by Ad. Bakhans k Co.
No. 8 West High St.
irtrrna a -'
gSSpPiSfcRJ lrn ti t "
MW to iuirs.l " t ' "i
jnauitDH'd nii wm ll ' ,t4 - V '
SSVSr mum TlKprfr ,l n in I e o riot
IS " UiiUl.iui.wirtlllM.Jlt.
' """' ' J C.HII!lni.A to..
Iti.i Ch'.al Co c v,
tllsV Ohio. !r Sol I l,r Diaremi.
W. T rtmltli. A cent.
Clean sou tho
I it fl a in it t Ion,
llenls (ho Sores,
It e 8 t o r ch the
Sense of Tnstc
Jk .SiiielLTv (Julck
ic 1'oxlTlTe Cure.
Hfty cent, at Jruniiliti; CO cent, byuiall rrgln-
fered, Hend for rlrr-uLr. buuiU by may 10 ct..
KI.Vni.iiTHKItH Urucgltc, eWgo, W. Y-
McMoriagle & Rogers'
IJIDDUET6VI.. N- Y.
Their ItviiK iiim.il v rniiiinriiils tin in
to till Iiivom of iim: li.tMiits vvhllo
I'C'oiioiiiUm npiucfititii tlio Itiet that their
(UK tr M II KM! I II riiliireit ho ue of hut
II ui' Tin: cjuamii v nf ordinary Flavor
ing Ktrnc'ls. Thi'iriiwn merit- tiro their
llie OW.Y (imrr itlu Hint cnu bo rt'tuimtl by
III iisjitiihimt am r wilt"' "a m'lir ii mil lUUIiil
In .T.rr ft 'In it, uiul It. iliiitltiii,ll l,y fill, r, Ittulo
lu it v.iltty (r .t)li. iilul I'lliiH. Stil I t.y nr.t-tlaM
.t..lvr. vvvrywhirv Ik viirn nf rllikb. Iiiiltntlch.
ont- IT, num. uiil, m It linn li.ll'. immnua I tin box
wn'bAuu buitrtt t,u,i i.nioaaoa III.
Bleached Muslin 3c.
IJUIISUANT to the command or an onler of
ante In partition from the Uourtof Com
mon Hi'hh of Clark county, Ohio, ami to mo
illrecteil and delivered, 1 will odor for Kale at
public auction on the premlaea In trie cltr of
Sittnrilny, .Inly II, A. I. IRKS,
at 1 o'clock p. in., the laud and tenement
lit wild petition deerlbed, to-wlt:
All Hint tract of land lying between tlio
prpinlw-N heretofore conveyed to I.oulsa .M.
1 otter by John II linker oy deed, recorded
In vcilttmei 71, pogea 613 and ell, Deed Records
or Clark county, Ohio, and now occupied by
her anil her liithbanil, and Weatern avenue,
extending finrn Maiden lane north ono litin
drnl and tlrty feet to an alley alxteen feet
wide, said tract being more particularly de
acrllied an follows: Being altuated In the
Halo of Ohio, county of Clark, and city of
HprlliKllelil. unci beKlnnlngat the northwest
corner of Maiden lane and W intern avenue;
Ihencu running weat along the north, line o(
Maiden I line two hundred and eluhtv-nlne
and aeventy-fonr oni-lnindrelliH ffi 7l-10t)
feet to it utate; thence north parallel with
Wehtern avenue one hundred and fifty feel
ton Blxlecn foot alley; thence mat parallel
wltlt Maiden lane two hundred and eighty
nine and Kcventy-four one-hundretha pJ 71.
lt)l leet tn Weatern avenue, thence aoittU
along tlio lino of Western avenue one hun
dred itud fifty feet tothe place of beginning
Anil, also, the following tract: HelngRltu.
tiled In the county or Clark In the afnteo'
Ohio and In the city of Springfield, and
bounded and desoilbeil as follows: Being
part of tlienorth half of tbeaoutliweKtciuiir.
tt-r of aeetlon nuinlier live 5), township
number four (1), range number nine H, of
land, lying between the Mlnml rlvem; begin
ning at a ktone planted on a monument at the
HOUlhenst corner of aatd half quarter or n
Keetioti iiforerald; lit onco vanning with the
south Imundary line thereof north M' 30',
west .11 62 lnopolei to n atone; thence north
IV. east 4f 4U-1U0 pole, to a atone nn a line ot
huidi conveyed to John A 1). U huyder;
thence wit Ii the unme sonth 78, ea.l N H-lii)
pole a to u stone; tttenco with another of their
line north wo", east '."J 24-100 poles to a stone
on flippant boundary Hue ol .aid quarter at
mild fttjdei'H must southeasterly corner:
thence lonth 1, a, weat 68 'Jl 1110 poles to tho
place of Itogimiliig; containing eleven acres
nnd one-fnurlli (U'f . moreor T. lleaervlng
Irom the nlnve described premises a atrip of
ground thirty-three Ul) feel wide, extending
iilong tlio south side thereof, for a public roaii,
n donated and set apart for that purpose by
agreement hetwpi-n wild grantora (lleehlla
lielrslnnil Mary 8. It. Turner, dated February
U, UV). and recorded in volume 27, pages I'Jl
and fii. Deed Kecordaof Clark county, Ohio;
being tho same premises conveyed to John
I). Iltlkcr by Rarub 1). lieobtal and other, by
deed, recorded In volume ZT, pages 430 and
Ml, Deed It. corJs or Clark comity, (Ihlo: ex
cepting and reervlng from the above de
scribed tract the tiact of land herein flrt de
scribed. Also, excepting a tract of land con.
lalning one acre, sold hy John I), linker to
Susan K bittltli and Luvina U. Thompson by
deed, datexl Mays, lsrj, and recorded In vol.
nine fill, ivnge 1J, Deed Heconla of Clark
county, Ohio. Also, excepting the tract of
land ronv eyed by John I), llllkor lo I, ulsa
M Fetter by deed dstcd November s, island
recorded In volume 71, pages M3 and CiH,
Dei-d ltecorda of Clark county, Ottlo.
That part of the above dtscrllxsl premUea
uu tract ,S'o. 1, appraised iitSl,H)l)
That part nf the above described premises
ns tract No. 2, appraised nt .s1750.0U.
Terms of sale One-tbtrd cash and bnlanco
In tw o iutl annual paynieuts; deterred pay
ments to bo secured by mortgage nn tlio
premises Hold, And said premise will tie of
fered In tuo tracts, and ics a whole, and sold
lu tho way which will realise tho most
Hald nlmve described premises to be sold by
order of the Conrt of Common l'leasofCinrfc
count Ohio, Incase No. 77J, wherein Will
lain Illlker ct al. nre petitioners and Ueorge
1). Illlker pt al, are defeitdanta.
WILLIAM JJ. BAKKIt, Sheriff,
Clark County, Ohio.
Oscau T. Mautin, Attorney.
1)UR4UANT tothe command. of an execution
issued from the Court of Common
1 lea. of Clark County, Ohio, and to mo
directed and delivered, I will ofler for sale at nub
ile auction, at Ibe south door of the Court House
ol said county, In the city of Sirlnglleld, Ohio, oni
Saturday, .Inly 11, A. I. 1KH.1,
At one o'clock p. in. the following described mort-l
g.gpil premise., to-wlt:
Minuted In the county of Clsrk, State of Ohio,
and cltr of bpriDgtleld, and described as foilons:,
lielng lot No. 1,111, as thetsmels numbered and
designate 1 on Win. S. Thompson's addition to
said city of prlnglleld, and fronting tDVi feet ou
the west side of Norlh Yellow he riugs street stiJ
extending back 101 feet to an alley.
eald above described premises appraised at
id above described psemlses to be sold by
order of Court of Common Pleas of Clark county,
on llie JuJgiiient and order of sale of Jacob Hells,
rroM-ioiltloncr Incase No. 7,302, wherein Chris
tian Mjer I, plalntttt and Everett J. Made et al.
'leriusof sale Cash.
William R. Hikkb,
8 terltl Clark County, Ohio.
J. YVakkkn Kstt'xa, Attorney,
Maverick National Bank,
Capital, - - $400,000
Surplus, - $400,000
AccouiiU o ItdiisTS, Ha niters anil Mercantile
firm recrhetl, aud Imalnrna connected with bnk-
itw no) kited
l.ot tluu torresjvon.lent, City Hank, Limited,11
A Si. V, i'OTTLH. I'rea. J, W. Wokk, C&sb.
YOU WILL FIND
IJ3 EAST MAIN STREET,
Where You Will Kind
NICE AND FRESH GOODS
l'AKTIES V SOCIALS A SPECIALTY.
Ui. Call and see t lie Handsomest lee Cream Tar
tar In the Stale.
PAUL, A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLUM OH OP PATENTS.
Iioom H, Arcndo Xluliaiiitf.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
OlerelsinJ, Oolnmbns, Olnrlnnntl svnit In.
UKKAT CENTKAL TCLNK KOU1K.
BAST AND WJCMX".
rbrotijrh cars, with oonncctloms In Union Iiepot.
Onlj direct line tU Cleveland, Itultslo tnd III
Sf ' falls to New York and few Kniland.
Ulrect connections for all Houthern, HoittliwetU
em and iVestorn points, either b war ofCtacln
ustl, Indianapolis or Bt. touts. Fast Time, New
o,ufpment, and running through the most wt'
lar part of the oountrj; posseulog every appli
ance for speed and comfort known to be service
able. The Best Mead-Bed anil the Safest Head la
lh. West. Tickets br this popular rout lor ami.
at all regular ticket offloea.
A. J. SMITH, General Passenger Acent.
CCC. I. HALLWAY.
Tr.liu Lsivs Qolif Xut.
NlfUt KxpreM Hill a m
Hpring., Uel. & IXil. Aocorn............... 7:60 m
N. Y.4 lUwtoii Kxpreas fV.miu
Cluelnnutl A N, Y.Vul Line. . .i n ru
(Jlevelmi 1 'ani 1,1 ue. tVJipm
Midnight Expreni a.S" a m
Cincinnati and Ht. Louis Llm . r:!U a m
BtirlnnBeld A Cincinnati KiprewH... 8:15 urn
Ulnclunatl Kant Line - ... 12. ll p m
r-outhern Kipreee . J.lipm
Dayton, & Cln. Ei, . .. 5.(t p in
Hp'fd. d Cln. Aocum, Hunelay only. 7:1(1 m
Iiajton, Springfield and Iiol. Accom.H. ... 7:10 p la
Trilm Arrlvi Tnm Colli.
Midnight Ezprees 12-3am
Diyton, Hpg. and IH-1. Aecom 7:60a ni
N. Y, A iHxilon Kxprew . 0.60 . in
Ulu. AHprlugUeld Expreew ... ll:Z'jn m
Cleveland Kaet Lino. ., 3.35 rm
Hprlngflelil Aocom. .. 6:'J)nm
Cln. A N. Y. Kant Uneu. V W p m
8pM. A Cln. Accotn., Sunday only. Iflipn
Tritu Anltt Irta Itit.
Night Expresa... 2:23 a m
Clntl and St Louis Llm "10 a in
Cincinnati FaM Line.- 12:tlSpm
Southern Kxpretw. ... 8:15 pm
Columbus, Deluware A Dayton Ac. 7:10 p m
These trains ate the only onew running on
Train leaving at 950 a. rn. has through
sleeping oar to lioston and Kovr York with
The train leaving at 3:85 has parlor ear to
Cleveland, ounuectlug with tne through
sleeper to New York: and Ilo-tcn.
Truln leaving Sprlngflelcl nt VIO p m has
uleener lo New Yolk williout change.
All trains run uy Central standard Time
which Is a minutes slower than Springfield time.
Us,ei. II. Kniuut,
Ticket Agent, Arcade Depot,
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
3 thou tmmi ihiiis 3
w rail , each way, ''
Elegant New Stylo
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Elegant Modern (Caches on Day iratns.
Steel Kails, Miller riattoriiwand
Couplers, Air Jlrakes ami all
Modern Improvement .
Shortest Uli.1 Most Desirable ltontc He
tltMii tho .nt and West. Through
Tickets unit Itagguge Checks
to nil l'rluclpist I'oluts.
Particular ndrantsses orlered to Western Emi
grants. Land and luurist Tickets to all polat
reached by any line.
l'aiieiiger trains leaiu Springfield, O , from Unfon
Depot ss follow..
tioing East, 6 03 a.m., a.53 a. m., 5:25 n. ni.
9:13 n. m
doing West, 3:20 a. ui., 11:35 a. M.,5.Mp. in.
Cjoing Norlh, 2.35 a. in , 10:00 a. ui 6:20 p. ni.
Uoln? South, C). S. K. it, io:io a. m., 5:3.. n. m.
1-rom East,203a. m.,h 10a. m., 11:15 a. u . 5:C0
1-rom Wc.t,2 10 . ni 0. 15 a. in., M) n. in.
From .North, 1:50 a. in., v 'u p. ni., 4:V)a. in.
1-ioiu South U:5oa. m., 4:iOp. in.
tl. K. Iltiiiilrrniiii, II. H. Hronitou.
lien'l . Manager. Ilen'l liisel Agt,
U. II. KUUIIr:. Agont, 8prii.Kllcld, O.
Ohio Southern Division,
Trains Arrive from Jackson and.Waihlnglo.i t. H
Sprlngl'ld It it.
No. I (enept Sunday) . 5;15 p. m. 1:30 p. rn
No. a (except bundaj) 10:10 a. m. 5:50. a. m
Trslas Dssart for Jiclnon and WiihlngDa C H
bpringf'ld K. K.
No. 2 (except Sunday) 11 :45 a. m. 10.30 a, m.
No. 4 (except Sunday) 5:55 p. ru. 6.S5 p. ui
N. Y. 1-. St O. KAILWAY.
Trslas Lsas ols- Last
No. 2 accomm. dailr, except Sundar 4.50 D.m.
No. 4, N. Y. Limited dalljr 10:Ma. ru.
No, 8, New York Express daily.....M...9,3i p. ni,
Trslas Lisvt going Wait,
No. I, Cln. Express dally 11:00a. m,
No. 5, St. E. Eimiled Express dally. 5:29.p, m.
No. 4 leaving here at 10:.'9 a. hi. arrives In New
York the next tuoriiliig at 11:00 a. m. 24 huurs
through tu New ork without rhange of
For tickets lo all points North, South, East and
West and further information, call on
J. I). I'm kiikr, Agent; ottico In St. James Hotel,
Free hacks (rum city to deot for all passenger
going east 10 miles or beyond. Leave order for
hack at ticket otlice one hour before departure of
PAft HANDLE ROUTE!
' P., (J. ii St. L. Hallway.
l. M. Dhisiiiii Siiriiit'llclil Branch.
Lv. l. spr'gs
Ar. Xenla . .
10.00am .. .
No. 9, Ijstern Express, leaves Springfield 8.40
a. ui.; Yellow springs 9 01 a.m. Arrive Xeula
HO n ... . ,..!.. ... I..... (I ,A .
V.w w. ..... UIIUIUUll.llilVO, III.
No. 6. no. u, o. 6. No. i.
Arriving. Ijiatom local Day Col'bus
Express Express. Express. Express.
Lv, I.oulav'le .SOaiu 7.25am 2f0pm .
Lv. Cilu 7.2o4L! 2.pia 7.15pm
Lv. t'olumb's trit,ttut ?5opm . 12.55pnt
Ly. Daylou... s.Wam 4 15pm t8.60pm tl SOpra
Et. Xenia. 'J.15am 5.4uptu 10.15pm 2.40pm
Ar. Y. bnr'gs 9.5Sam CWpin 10.31pm 8.0eipm
Ar. bp'gf'ld... I0.2uaiu C.30mu ic.65pm 8.30pm
No. 10. I,ocal Accouintodation. Iasva. Xonl. ft.an
a. m. Arrire Yellow springs 0.15 i. in.) Spring
held 7.00 a. rn. ' r
Dally. tlHy except Sunday.
Train No. 1 makes Immediate connections at
Xenla for Washington U. 11., Chltllcolhe, Cincin
nati and Columbus, No9 Is the Fast Eastern
Express, making immediate connections at Xenia
for I'liuburg, Ilarri.burg, Washington, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, New York, ltoston, all Eastern and
New England points. Also through car service for
Cleveland. No. II makes dlect con
nections at Xenia for Cincinnati, Louis
ville and points South; through trains for Men
mond, lualanapoils, Ht. Louis and joints West.
No. 5 Is the famous Limited Express and makes
direct connections at Xenia lor Columbus, Hits
burg, Ilarrlsburg, Baltimore, Washington, Phila
delphia, New York, lloston, all Eastern aui New
Englsnd inputs, also Immediate connection (or
Cleveland, llutlalo, Niagara Falls, Albany and
Syracuse, N, Y, No, 7, Fast Line. Western and
Houthern Express, making Immediate connection,
at Xenia tor Cincinnati, Louisville, CliaJtsnooia
Nashville, Memphis, and New Orleans, and
for Itichmond, Chicago, and point
lu the North and Northwest; Indianapolis, Bt.
Louis, Kansas lily atid points In the West and
Southwest. All trains run ou Central time,
which Is 25 minutes slower than city time. Tick
ets sold and baggage checked to all KilnU In the
United States, and reliable Information, can he
obtained at the office of the Com
pany's Agent, this city. 1'arUcular In
formation as to time of train eonnsa
ttons, rates, etc., cheerfully furnished.
Call cm J.M.HINKH.City Ticks t Agent.
J AH. MeCUEA. osanagsr.
E. A, Fobd, Usntrsl FaiMUgsr AgstU.
Liiiiir iiii'iT7rTrTiiiTWT'TTr7'iiiT,2M''iisiiiiiii iS
wim t'i- 4 f . ' ji-m -win i
i isy.n.iiiijiiMiji.'ni'i' ""'yssjn!
i A ?' t s v
' . - jutes'