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Jovial ''- - - ' of l!ltsland; A. M. Urothers, ot Sprttiglielcl; yesle rclny wternoon.
3"?t3i Clues. M. Atwater, ol MnxUlon, nnl I'. M. A Utet number ol tie bovi se-rtn to Ic iH MsV M skMHsl
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raVOM Hie. Knee. .M lny Ativriiiiun-lliitiiilng (ml of tbe second they were .. ,imni.r tKen In the lust to diis. H H H 1 HHHsl
'I lie Itnrr .Minuliiy Ativrimun Illuming
lhM tliltin of All ot thrill WMllleire'a
firm vlnl III line -CoiineT Mnkei it Cleiae
llrnli nt till' I In- Mile Meilnl WctirTN
Mnlkiinn) Ulutinknr'ii llrronl llnuil
Cnni-rrl In tlin Krnllic-Tlin t'arnilfi
I hi. Aluriiliit: Himitl nt Ctillf Cauniem
- Tin. Hill dualling C'eiutrat.
The rifes nt th" Fair Grounds MonJay
ultirnoon were intended by something oTer
it lie oilr. Tbe excessWe beat was motii'h
i" break up liny perlormanco anil It is re
iHrlcalile that inch numbers I r.itcd tbe broil
iiir sun oven to tie tbe great bicycle races.
I'nns were at a premium in the grand stand
where the sweltering crowd wire packed in
like sardine. On the whole tbe races were
ery interesting throughout, the only walk
aways being those of Weber in the half mile
open nice, and Wbittaker in the three mile
record race. The interest was nerer per
mitted to drag by any ol tho little delays and
mishaps that seem almost Indispensable to
races of any kind. Kveryone remirkcd tbe
promptness with which the racers were
lironght to the scratch and the clock-work
precision "with which the thing nored along.
The track was in (air condition, liming been
sprinkled and rolled, but in spite of all
tho attention that had been given
it there were still a lew so!t
places as two or three ol tbe boys
learned to their sorrow before the races wr.e
finished. The track - Uefere,
W.A.Whitney, New York; Judges, A. K.
I'attison, ot Doston, and W. II. Miller, of Co
lumbus; Timers, C J. Krag, ot Colun.bus,
and V. T. Sboles, ot Cleveland; Scorer, A.
M. Farrah, of Akron; Starter, H. S. l.iviog
ton, Cincinnati; Clerk, Alfred F.ly, of Cleve
Promptly at 3 o'clock a (ew taps were ghen
on tbe rratked concern in the judges' stand,
dignified by the name of I ell, and W. H.
Crumley, of Mt. Vernon, appeared on the
traik for tbe fancy riding contest. He
worked very bard and accomplished every
thing he tried, but each act seemed to came
him an effort. His first act, of course, was
the rear vault, then the stand.still, and then
the stand-still with his legs thrown over the
bir. He untied the handkerch4et on the axle
without leaving the machine. He reversed
his position on tht machine and rode back
wards, and then took a moment's rest for his
great act, the "inverted mount." He turned
Iih bicycle upside down, mounted the wheel,
suddenly jerked it into position and raountrd
the faddle, all without leaving the ma
(hine, or allowing his person to touch
the ground. He then remoed the rear
wheel and "spine"' of his machine, but failed
twice in mounting the single wheel. He tried
it twite more and succeeded each time. He
then took the fork oil and rode, standing on
the pedals and working the wheel with his
hinds. His last act was to remove the cranks,
rest his feet on tbe axle and ride in this posi
tion a distance of about 75 feet.
When he ha 1 finished the iiig Six struck
un an air nnd W. II. Whetmore, of.Cleveland,
glided onto the track and (ircled about tor a
minute or two, his litbe form swaying grace
fully to the rythm ot tbe music. Hea'so did
tbe rear vault and then followed with hang
ing at the side of the midline and running
hy one pedal, riding sidewise, and ruling
without baud", all thise acts being done in
rapid KiicmMon. He then rode forward mth
'be rear wheel olf the erotind, both with and
Hiibout bands, and rode backward in
tie same manner, made all manner of
inning mount", bilanced the machine and
it on the pedal, rode with position reversed,
vaulted from the ground to the top of the
machine, with his foct on the saddle, sat on
the bar, balancing the machine, and inverted
tbe bicycle, balancing himself on top of the
inverted wheel. He failed, however, on the
inverted mount. After removing tbe rear
wheel and brace be balanced himself standing
null, did the invirted mount, and ran over
a Muck, all with tbe single wheel. He
Iben removed the fork and crunks and stocd
still, jumped from side to side, and ran for
wurl, all witli the simple wheel with
no other embellishments bat bub, tire,
and spokes. Throughout the whole per
formance the motions of Whetmore were so
eny ami full ol grace that no surprise was
created when the judges awarded him the
first prize. Crumley, being the only other
contestant, naturally took second.
The first race of the afternoon, the one
mile novice, was called at 4 'clock. Seven
of the original entries tor it had dropped out
and when they came to the scratch tbe con
testants were found to lie W. i. Cutter, ol
ChillUotbe, H. (5. Wagner, of Cleveland, M.
S. Pond, of Logan, Austin P. Herman,
of Chillicotbe, W. C. Conner, of Springfield,
and Norton Stutson, of Lancaster. The dash
was tery exciting and productive of plenty of
nthusiasni. Tbe race concluded in tbe fol
lowing order' W. C. Conner, Springfield,
first prixe, record of 3 20 j; H. O. Wagner,
Cleveland, second prize, record 3;2o t-5;
third, W. H. Cutter, Chilllcothe; fourth, Nor
ton Stutson, Lancaster; fifth, Austin I. Her
man, Chillicothe; sixth, 51. S. Pond, Logan.
The next, the Five-Mile Bicycle for the
State Championship, was the most exciting
race of the day. The contestants were
George Collister, of Cleveland; Karl
A, Pardee, of Akron, and W. C.
Conner, of Springfield. Everybody thought
tbe race was going to be a walkaway for Col
lister because he had carried away almost
everything be entered for at Cleveland. Dur
ing tbe early part of the race it looked very
much as though such would be the case for
at tbe start Collister took tbe lead, with Par
dee a close second and Conner a long third,
and this order was kept up steadily for seven
laps. On the 8tb Up Conner spurted during
the second quarter mile and gained tbe
lead, creating immense enthusiasm in tbe
Grand Stand. This left Pardee in the
rear, but on the next lap h
spurted ahead of Collister and pushed
Conner very hard. Tbe last lap was a hot
struggle betwten Conner and Pardee, and
waa by far tbe fastest lap of tbe race, tbe
half mile, belog m-de In 1:30 4-5. Just dur
ing tbe very last eighth of a mile Pardee
passed Conner by a tremendous effort, thus
carrying otl the first prlxe and leaving the
Springfield man to be satisfied with second.
Collister's rear fork broke on the last quarter
mile and he dropped out altogether. In this
race Conner lode an ordinary road machine,
-arrying ten pounds more than either of bis
competitors. Pardee's record for the five
f ilet was 19.00; Conner! was 10-02.
Tbe next wis the Two Mile Race, In vdlcb
tbe conteataiti were P. V. Myers, of Coving
ton; J. D. Pugb, r Cleveland; Clarence
Howland, of Akroi; B. F. Unity, ol Cincin
nati; J. S, llrown, of Fostorla; O. F. Snyder,
of Cleveland; A. M. Crothers, ut Springfield;
Cbas. M. Atwattr, ol Maxillon, and F. M.
Walnwrlght, of Noblesvllle. At the mdot
the first Up tbe leaders were Snyder, I'lijh
and Landy, iu the order namtd; at the
end of tbe second they were
llrown, Walnwrlght and l'ngli;
at the third they were Walnwrlght, I'ngli
and Landay; and at tbe finlh they were
Walnwrlght, How land and Landy. Thus
Walnwrlght took first prire, with a record ot
G 431 fof 'he two miles; and llowland took
seeond, with a record of C 41.
Tbe next was tbe bMf-raile dash, opn to
everybody. It was n walk-away tor Weber,
and the contestants crossed the line in the
lollowing order George Webr, of Smith
Title, first; Karl Pardee, of Akron, rcond,
W. F. Krapp, Cleveland, third; S G. Wbit
taker, Doston, fourth; K. G. Harnett, Spring
field, filth; Charles O. Dkkm, Si Iney, sixth.
Weber took first medal by a record ot 1 J9,
having showed up cry leisurely on the last
stretih, and Pardee took second, with a rec
ord of 1 29 3-5.
The Three M'le Ilecord race was exciting
only for tbe first three laps. The participants
were Pardee, Knapp, Weber and Whlttiker.
Webfr won the first two laps and tbeu began
dropping. Pardee dropped out on the second
lap and on the third Wbittaker spurted about
a half lap ahead, where he staid during tbe
rest of the race. Weber's machine gave out
on the fourth lap, and Knapp merely went
fast enough to stay iu the race and win second
money. Whittaker's record lor tbe three
miles was 11:10.
The contestants in the One Mile Tricycle
were Collister, How land nnd liarnett, Klrk
patrick and Ciothers both dropping out. Col
lister led during the first half mile but gave
out early in tbe second and lelt iiuwland to
win first prize, record, 3.50 ; and Harnett
second, record, 3 69 4 5.
Tbe last race ot the afternoon was the one
mile race without bands. On tbe start J. I).
Pugh, of Cleveland, took tbe lead, followed
by W. II. Wetmore, of Cleveland, P. V. My
ers, ol Kentucky, and K. II, Champion, of
Columbus, in tbe order named. No change
ot position was made during the race and the
finish was made in tbe same order, Pugh
winning first prire and Wetmore second. The
races had been put through so promptly that
they were all finished by 5 45 o'clock.
Tbe Hand Concert by tbe Big Six at the
Grand In theeienlng, tendered the vlsl'ors
was greeted by a full bouse notwithstanding
the sweltering heat. The Big Six acquitted
ltelf wonderfully well in rendering tbe fol
1 Marcb Battleof tlie WIJerncss. J. It ( taus
'2. The Auazoue Overture hd KW' er
3. The Ke In Ireland - K. llever
1 Sonatina In three movement Allegro,
Adagio and Hondo .. .(uartclte of Hit: Sli
5. FaionUepilrkiteu .J. liiogleten
o. (juartette The Herdsmen's bundaj
7. Cavatlna from "Marie P.udena"
R Turklih 1'atrol
'. l'antaflla "lien Hnguenothen,"
lu. Ilurrali, Rtorm Galop
..v. MejvrtHM r
....Ke.a He. a
The hot night kept the boys on the streets
until a late hourlastnlght and they stayed in
bed until driven out again by the heat Ibi
morning. It was owing to tins cause proln-
bly thai only about half of them showed u
at tbe Fair Grounds for ihe parade tine
morning. It was to have formed at ') sv
o'clock, but they were o slow in gatbe- n
that it was alter 10 ocloik liefor" they g, ;
underway. Finally they moved out ot tbe
grounds in tbe following order, with Cniet
Consul Kirkpitrick commanding tbe parade,
wbich was divided according to the distnt s
ot the State in which tbe riders resided.
Officers Wood and Ilecord, Mounted.
Fig elx Hind.
Flnt District, Commanded by J. II. Itoger, o-
Second District, Commanded by J. U. 1'tlih, of
Third District, GuiiiiuandfJ by J. It. Dunn, of
Fourth Dlitrlrt, Commanded by Morris Moodv.of
I n attached (orpi1, totumandeJ by ( !-, huiitb, of
Kit Hi District, Commanded by V. II. Miller, of
Slilli IMitrlct, Commanded by V. M. Smith, of
.Seventh District, Commanded by V, II, Aiken, of
In nil there were 197 men in line, and they
made a very beautiful array with their pretty
suits and glittering wheels. Following Is
the course taken by the procession : Noith
from tbe Fair Ground on Yellow Springs to
Pleasant; east on Pleasant to Market; south
on Market to Liberty; east on Liberty to
Limestone; north on Limestone to Kizer;
east on Kizer to Clifion; east on Clifton to
East; north on East to High; west on High
to Plum; north on Plum to Main; east on
Main to Market; north on Market to FernelifT
avenue; west to College campus. All along
the route, and particularly alout the center
of town, they found the sidewalks well filled
with people waiting to see the silent prores
ston glide by. When they reached tbe campus
they found a generous set-up of lemonade,
sandwiches, Ac, furnished by tbe Champion
Hi. Club, awaiting tbem, and they did full
Justice to the lunch. After the "eatments'
had been disposed of, the Hill Climbing con
test was held, the boys starting at tbe campus
gate and trying to shove their "bikes" up
to the entrance of Old Wittenberg. Seven
entered for tbe trial but all stopped at tbe big
tree at the foot of tbe shoot except etmore,
of Cleveland, and Perley, of Columbus, the
first going about 20 feet further and taking
first prize, and tbe second going about 10
feet beyond the tree and taking the second
After this waa finished part ol tbe boys
csrae over to dinner, but the rest prefened
the lunch and Ihe cool air to the hot sun and
a dinner and are remaining on tbe Campus
until the races begin at 4 this afternoon.
Ten of tbe Division officers held an "over
flow" meeting In the ordioary at the Arcade
Hotel last night, convening at 11 o'clock and
adjourning at broad daylight. In the night
it was Ihe champagne, l;ut in the morning it
was the officers who were overllowhig,
Clarence Iiuwland, of Akron, was badly
overcome by the beat at the end of the tri
cycle race which he won yesterday afternoon.
Tbe " What's the matter with I lh't all
right I" gag was gotten ofT on numerous oc
casions yesterday afternoon and this morn
ing. Nelson's Business College is handsomely
decorated for the ball tonight.
The L. A. V. championship races come
this alterooon. Everybody go.
Tbe score cards gotten out by Goodman,
of Cleveland, are the best and most conve
nient thing of the kind ever teen here.
M. it, Jones too( a beautiful header just ai
rrrpnrntlnna for tlrnnel Army liny nt
Surll A IStllce aa to Illative tlln llullrti
Surreal! of I'lnna Kormetl -Mugtillli eni
I'yroteeliiilt'Hl Display l.lna nt .Man li
fur tlie tlranel l'arnilr.
In two weeks from this the Ohio veterans
of the war, ladles of the Belief Corps and
other distinguished and t trici wclctraegticsn
will lie with us for the first Department lie
union and two days' camp fire of tho Grand
Army of the Uepubllc, with lu unusual and at
tendant features of an encamped army, impos
ing tnrade, addresses by men who have made
themselves and the country famous by their
deeds of valor as leaders of the Union armies,
the finest display ol fireworks ever made in
Ohio, and so on to the end of n long chapter.
With the shortening of the time interest In
creases and preparations by committees In
charge have assumed such shape that it can
now lie stated confidently that the outcome,
let the coming crowds be as large as they
may, would tie only such as our people would
have it nnd the G. A. K. Department officials
i Xpert. Every member ot the Executive Com
mittee was present last night at the meet
ing in Grand Army hall and very substan
tial and encouraging progress was made with
the work in hand.
It unfortunately happens that by a previous
encaecment tbe Iiig Six band will be at
Hillsboro fair during the week ot the re
union and their services cannot be bad here.
Foreman's band has been engaged, it was re
ported to the committee, lor the evening of
the Cth ot August and day and evening of
the 7th and Secretary Huflman was author
ized to contract with the C. C. G. Drum
Corps and Cadet band lor the Cth.
Tbe committee on tents reported that 378
wall tents had been secured lor the eneamp
ment certainly, with a prospect ot 70 more.
The committee was instructed to rent such
number additional a, in their judgment,
would be neesary, of Cincinnati parlies.
H. Q. King, W. S. Cusbraan, J. C. Hollo
way and B.F. Haywaid were added to tbe
Committee on Decorations, to go on duty at
As tbe Finance Committee for tbe Fourth
ward originally appointed failed to act, a new
committee, consisting of J. A. Todd, W. T.
Slilwell and George Collelt, was appointed
and requested to proceed at once with tbe
work or canvassing the ward.
A. B. Cozier and J. C. Holloway were ad
ded to the Committee on Straw and Forage.
0. N. Bartholomew, from committee on
fireworks, reported a proposition from Diehl
A. Johnson, pyrotechnists, Cincinnati, to fur
nish 40 pieces for the fire-works diphy. A
letter accompanying says tje firm intend to
make this the finest display ever made in
The programme ol set pieces is as follows
and the display will be in such a place that
any number of people can witness itand wel
come: 1, salute of aerial miroons; 2, pris
matic illumination of grounds; 3, display ol
large rockets, chromatic tints; 4, device, fiery
phoenix; D.nestsof silversnakes; O.rockets,
detaching parachutes; 7, salvos ot shells, 18
inch circumference; 8, chromatic stars; 9,
deviie, Aladdin's jeweled tree; 10, the pleia
dej; 11, shcIN, colour de rose; 12, aerial
cornfield, 13, device, silver lire-wheel; 11,
display of shell', 3D inch circumference; 15,
aerial sancissons; K,, bayonet tourbillions;
17, device, "our commander," 18, meteoric
showers; 10, aerial triple boquets; 20,siang
led;cloud; 21, device, I'nion shields, Hags, etc.;
22, aerial wanderers; 23, circlets of colors; 21,
device, Gen. Grant;' 25, aurora borealis; 20,
llilht of carrier pigeons; 27, golden elouds
studded with jewels; 28, rockets with crim
son stars; 29, 'oriental fan, while burning
opens 30 feet; 30, Indian jugglery; 31, great
electric shell; 32, rockets with golden chains;
'13, device, O. A. B badge, 40'cctbigb; 34,
rockets shooting stars; 35, 6unset; 3C, fire
works illusions; 37, device, fireworks kaleid
oscope; 38, flight of shells attatched to rock
ets; 39, rockets with liquid fire; 40, flight of
large shells; 41, device. Falls ot Niagara; 42,
Grecian batteries; 43, .hells, rockets and py-
rotecnian wonders; 14, device, naval combat
between Mcnltor and Merrlmac; 45, magnifi
cent aerial bouquet, 300 large rockets; IC,
Gnale, grand feu de juie.
' The committee was authorized to contract
for the progiamme.
The committee decided upon tbe following
line of marcb for tbe grand parade on Friday,
August 7th: Form at Fair Grounds, move
east on Pleasant to Market, north on Market
to High, east on High to Lincoln avenue and
countermarch to Limestone, north on Lime
stone to Main, west on Main to Yellow
Springs and thence south to Fair Grounds
and dismiss after passing in review before the
grand stand. People along tbe entire line of
marcb are requested to die-orate their build
lng and premises, the more elaborately tbe
better. Materials can be bad cheap at the
The committee adjourned until Wednesday
evening. This evening tbe entire finance
committee will meet to make report ujon
amount of fm.ds raised.
Charlie Seaman, formerly Assistant Train
Dispatcher, and Dan Horner, freight conduc
tor on tbe I. It. k W., were arrested near ihe
bridge un east High street yesterday after
noon, by fonr officers, for participating in the
row in Ilibscbman'a saloon a couple of hours
before. It Is claimed that Horner is tbe one
who did tbe cutting.
Manager Hurd, of tbe Telephone Exchange,
wishes tlie Gloiik-IUtculic to express the
thanks of the Telephone employes to Mrs.
John Kinnane for a treat ol lemonade, cake,
etc. These young ladies are very prompt,
courteous and efficient, anl they well deserve
recognition of this sort.
The Grand United Order of Colored Odd
Fellows will picnic at Yellow Springs on
Thursday, July 231. Fare for round trip
adults 40c; children under 12 years 20c.
Tickets good on all regular trains all day,
J. M, Hikeh, Agent,
John Swords was arrested by the Marshal
this morning for using profane language, on
complaint of Charlie Itelfsnlder, lie alio
arretted Ernest Illack for disorderly conduct,
on complaint of Charlie Pclfon.
In Mayor's court yesterday, George Miller,
the colored man who carved HI. Green on
Sunday, pleaded not guilty. He was released
oo hit own recognlzioce until bis trial comes.
Besides an extraordinarily large general line of Slippers,
embracing all familiar designs, we have tho following extra
fine fioods :
BUTTON NEWPORT, with black alligator top and kid fox
ing. Very fine.
LACE OXFORD, with russet seal top and patent leather
fox. Very fine and handsome.
WASHINGTON TIE, in Curacoa Kid with opera toe and
neat patent leather tip.
The extent and variety of
VI' IS Tllr. MXKTIKS.
TIik rrvtaltlnt Mldauinliier Torrlillty
lli Mercury Nlnity-llve nml Klalnc
A Great Head to whom a reporter applied
for news this forenoon offered the suggestion
tint a wide field of research and remark was
p esented In the prevailing weather. The
reporter up to that moment hnd not thought
about it that way, but tbe suggestion recom
mended itself as a Good Scheme and was im
proved upon accordingly. And first it may
be remarked that recollections of the days
not so very long gone by when tbe
mercury was almost as many degrees below
as it now is nbovo zero, and when coal carts
ran until nine o'clock at night to keep people
Irom freezing, doesn't help matters much.
There are the most senationnl statements as
to the figures reached by the fluid in the tube
yesterday, tbe report from one locality on
West High street being 102 in the shade, and
varying from that to 9.) and 94 in much shel
tered pl;es. The average would be about
95 or 90, take the city over, with a (very)
mean temperature of 88 degrees, whiih is the
hottest since July, 1881, when for two or
three days the mean temperature was 93 or 91.
Sleeping last night was a mere matte of
form, and people lteited themselves with a
viw to tbe most com'ort, whether In or out
of doors, not a few suending the night in
hammccks swung In the open air. Today
the heat Is quite as Intense, apparently, but
there is a better breeze than yesterday when
tbre was none.
A member of one of the City Hoards living
In the South End glanced at his thermometer,
a he passed, into the bouse at dinner time
yesterday noon, and was horrified to find it
marking 120 degrees. He was rushing for
the Sim cholera mixture, under the im
pression he must be sun-struck, or
about to be, when the difficulty
with which his wife was repressing an out
burst of lnugbter caused him to ask the rea
son, and then it came out that she bad, just
before the time when be was to be expected
at home, hung the thermometer out in the
lull glare of the sun for hlteen or twenty
minutes, taking it Indoors as he was seen ap
proaching. Tbe thought of what might have
been ruined the poor man's digestion for tbe
remainder of tbe day and took away bis ap
petite. At 1 1 a. in. lo-day tbe mercury nt Troupe's
drug'lori! was at 91 in ihe shade. At the
Factory street engine house it was Oil in the
In KansiB City, Mo, July 18, 18R5, Grace
Y.., daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. A. G. llranden
nurg, aped ten months. Interment at Fern
Mr. and Mrs. Brandenburg have the deepest
sympathy of their many friends in this city.
Hiilluy On Munduy evening, July 20,
Thomas llallasey, in tlie JBlh earol his
Funeral from tbe residence of bis motbei,
Mrs. Vargaret Hallasey, North S ring street,
on Wednesday morning, July 22, at D o'clock.
Tbe patrol wagon brought in Matt Ilel
lorJ, a colorej uiau einploteil ut Zucbler's
slaubter bouse, tl.is morning, and lie was
locked up for a disturbance witli bis wife,
licgun last nlgbtand continued tbis morning,
liedford complains that tbe woman is re
maining away from tbeir house and neg
lecting her duty. Tbe woman claims that
sbe works out in lamilles in town and can
not go home alwajs. The Iusb tbis morning
was at tbe house of a man named Uren,
near Grant's ice ond, where Green's wile is
lying sick, the liedford woman being there to
take care of her, it was claimed. Tbe Iraias
between husband and wife was lively while
it lasted, but no great barm was done.
A man named Samuel Martin was arre.ted
by officer Colwcll, of Crbana, at Holus?ille,
tbis county, Sunday, on the double charge 01
bigamy and ierjury in obtaining a marrisge
license of Probate Judge Todd, at Urbana, to
which place he was taken. Martin is emphat
ically a marrying man. On the first of May
last he was united to a young lady at Lima,
deserted her three hours later and went to
Urbana, where be married in three weeks
time, I.Htira Clark, swearing he had no wife
living. When captured at Itowlusrille he
was packing up to make another jump out of
harm's way. He acknowledges bis guilt and
will plead guilty at bis examination Thurs
day. At the meeting of tbe county commission
ers yesterday W. II. Jones, sr., was allowed
f 100 lor services as engineer of the Dun ditch.
Accounts and vouchers of commissioners of
tbe Houston Iree turnpike were found correct,
llond of John W. Parsons, as county treas
urer, In $100,000, was presented and approved-
Win. Miaron was directed to file report of
survey and level of tbe Hawkins ditch by
July 27, or show reason why be should no
The Hum Hihiu l.nunilry
Kiptlpped with ail modern machinery. Col
lars and cutTs a specialty. First class work.
'fbe "Utile Gales" will glte an elcciillon
ary entertainment at the United Presbyterian
cburtb on Thursday next, July 23, Admis
sion, adults 25 cents, children lf cents,
Tbe work done at the Home Hteam Latin
dry Is praised by all patrons. Hatlsfac'ion
Onii't forget lu Iteiuaiubar
That the Home Steam Laundry Is always
prompt and reliable. Work called for and
our stock enables us to suit all classes of purchasers and to furnish every style and
PARSONS, 26 S. MARKET ST.
No. 8 West High St.
ClTT CMtKK1 OrPICR,
t?pRiNMK?n, )., July", 1M5,
Atnineotlni! of tlie Comirll of MiUl City,
held on the 7th lnM.,n (iiiorum lioln present,
the following rt solution w atloptoU :
HwolYCfl, TliRt lu tho opinion of two
thlnN of the innntierfi vlrctMl to the City
Couiifllof tho City of Hprltmfleld, Ohlo.lt 1
neceKHary. nnd that it liiUuitiPt to litukfl two
public Improvement hy etablUlili)K grade
on Tn lor nt root from Hire street to Patton
street: and by rlinniilmi the srade of a por
tion of LlmeMoue dirt-el north of College, ave
nue. The made on Ta lor Mreet to he an follow
vlr.,: lleKlnnliiK at Krade at the north line ol
Rico street, thence north 1 1J0 feet to the
south line of ration N'reet. descent A feet.
The change of tcrade on Llmtstoue street to
be as follow; viz.: lieRlnnlriK At the north
line of Column ftvenu.; thencn north QZ2 feet,
aivcent fil(X)of a loot ier i)0 feet; the curbs
and HtdewalkHou JJmtslone fctreetto remain
as they now are and tho City to regrade the
street, and relay the gutter.
Said grade on Taylor street and change of
grade on LlmohUmu street to be according to
tbe profiles thereof on file tn the office of ihe
City Kuglnrer for the Inspection of all par
TheCltv tlerk h hereby dlreoted to cause
legal publication to be made or this resolu
tion, and tho City Marahal appointed to serve
legal notice thireof, according to law and the
ordinances of thin City.
Uy order of Council
J, H. Sklwaitku,
SPRINGFIELD WATER WORKS
KOTIVi: TO CONTRACTORS.
QKAI.ni) MtOPOSAt.SwIll tie rcecle-d by
J5 theiTniMeemr Water WorkRnf theUltyof
BprlniMield.Ohln, nt their tittle In said city,
until 12 o'clock noon of Tliumtlay, August
'ill, 1S", for furnishing nnd laying: one cast
Iron lntliieiit nlpe.'JOtiirhea In illameter, and
approximate!) hue) lineal le-cl, ana welshing
approximately 1 II pounds per foot, with the
nceary ajieelal caotlugMitves and appur
tenances. A lo, for oiierceeltng basin, approximate
ly '."10x5 (1 feet plan nml 1ft teal deep.
The neceviiry elniwlnits, specification,
forni'.of tuii!o"iiiH and forms of contract vtli
be remty for iliouicot blildera from and after
AiigtiHt lt, IWi.
Tho 'Jrutecicxprc!-i.ly reserve tlie right to
reject any or all bids.
It. 1:. OWVV.PresH.
.1. II THOMAS,
OWEN Me IlltKKN,
J. I) Cook, Toledo, o.,CnnaaItliiK Engineer,
hprlngtleld, Ohio, July 18lh, IW'i,
Heoled, That In the opinion nftwo-tblrdi
of the member oleeled to the Council of tho
t'lt eifbpritmlleUl, tJlilo, It la neceaetary nnd
that aala Council inte lids to Improve) Main,
Market nnd Factory street, hy constructing
tbetxeue. hcriinaflir described, according;
lo the plans prolllea and apeclflcatlnns
Ihorelor on II Ir In theiotnceof Ihe IJlvll Kn
Klneernnd open to the Inaptvtlon of all par
Sale! hewer are described as follows, viz
let. On Main Rtrect from Limestone atreet
to Fofer Mr-et.
Id. On .M.itn hired from Meclianlo to Mill
;id. cm Main Mreet from Mechanic street to
Ith. Ou Market street from Main atreet to
Mill Itun newer.
51 li. On Factory atreet from Jefferson street
to Mntu atreet.
The cxpom-en of said Improvements and
tho etamaicei duet on account thereof to be aa
hetaed per fiont foot upon the protwrty abut
ting tlinwjii, accordion to the law and ordi
nal c en on the subject of aveewr menu.
Council will, at ltx rcuulat meetluic to be
held In the Council Lhumboi of wild city on
IhellthdH) ot August, 1KH5, comineiictnul
ao'cloekp 111., or ul tin mat levular meet
ing tberealtei, heur partiea Interualnd In any
of Hald aewerte.
Thel'lly Clerk Is hereby directed to publish
ItiW resolution forlHo eionaecntlve weekM.
l'iiaeiIJuly It, Ihhi.
P. P. MiHT, President
Atlet J. H. HiikWALTKn, Citv Clerk.
ReMihed, Tliatln lliniipluloii of two third
of tlie ineinbcrei eleele-ct tee the City Cuunell of
Die City of Hrlni((lelil,ejtilo, It Is neceaxary
anel It liitemln to improve) the alluy between
Limestone arid !-irlni atrerta, anel ruunlni;
north from Muln atreet to North street, by
ernellni; the) name, anel paviniill wlib bout
ilerte.lu nccoretauct) with the profile anil spe
e'ltleittlotia tbcicfor on tile In 111, offlce of the
The expentw of wild linprof ernent to b sja
MHaeel per front fool upon the property abut
tlni; thereon an shown hy the plat on tile lu
the) (ifllce of tlie 1'lvll KiiKlneer, and aecoret
Inn to law anil the ordinance of said olty.
The anH-iiMneiilH there'or lobe paid In out
InMMlmrnt, una collected iwe provldexl by
law, and In ttiei hnseHHinent ordinance here
ufliT to be piiKsetl,
TheClly Clerk In hereby directed Ul .Db
llxh IIiIh reaoliitiou for two ceinheciittva
lumexl July It, 1KB.
P. I. Mast, President.
Atteat: J H. 8ur.u-Ai.rKa, C'.ty Clerk.
MONEY TO LOAN.
C;Hl AAATOI.OAN, Iniumauf not ten tlian
O I U,UUW ll,(M) on Strut mortgage. Wlek 4
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
1 I" .-IM SS, veil I'.lnbll.ljod and produlile:
t will eiclianiti) for cllr property ami par dlflar-
LciiaoK ior cur property and pay dinar
ih, Ulck.t loin, ljiKonda Hank Hulld-
i ut v lu VI
Ul A.VTKD-A utiod healthy woman as wet nurse.
tl at lciri. Itaraetal, '
FVKh.U,B-Tlie flue brick house, No. 16 N. Plum
street, of 10 rooms, with all modern conrenl
yneej, alio, atahle, carriage house and other out
buildings. Inquire at premises for particulars
or at lltl V. Main street.
IjMJIl BAUATCfcllAH I.A VVN KAKMniKKK
r Ho. t fresh tos. Applr toll. K Holm an on
IOIIN III Kl V, who MlCountr Meaugh, Ireland
e I alout In months ago, III Ami his mother. Marr
liulty, at Mliallagher l., HprlngBeld, O., wheri
she arrlred mi (rldiy, July 17,
IV)t 11KNT- A comfortable hou, of 7 roonn alt
T squares from pu.tuf!ice, will be rarant In a' few
days. Inquire at S7a ho. f.lmettone at.
ILtOIt ltl.NT -Large aUire room on Main atreet.
T Iteot low. Also torn rooinsi will answer for
amllr or aleeplng roomsi Inipilre of John H. Harr.
81 H. Limestone si '
' ' ' i i uaj
pHOhhCU IIMj A-noitNKY.-H.tcher Whil.
I will bo a candidate for Prosecuting Attorney,
subject in the eleclslon of the Clark' toun j He'
publican Umemlou lo l.e held August I, lam.
i)ii0HKCI ilNHATniHNKY-Walter I. Weat.r
I will . a caudldalr lor ra-elcctlon to the olflc
of Priaeciillr-g Attorney, aul.Je.el to ttiedaclilou of
Ihe llepubllcau t. utility Convention,
)IWil.CUriNO AI nillNKY-J. Guilford While
i i-aiMiiua.t. i'.r i-ronecuiinf Attorocr. sub
t to the decision of Ihe Itttiuhllrin iv.ntv.b.
veution Ut be held 'luesdar, August 1, 1884.
MAGNOLIA NEWPORT, of Curacoa Kid with glove kid
top and imitation buttons of polishod steel.
EMPRESS SANDAL, with side buttons and fancy per
LACE OXFORD, of Curacoa Kid, hand-turned.
OPERA TOE, of French Kid, hand-turned.
The above are all of tho very latest styles, and
come in all sizes for Ladies, Misses and Children.
Llttlc'g Solnblc l'lioi ylc, the liosl iioii-m1miioii8 lirodorbcr nml IHhIiiIcc
tnnt known. It halt just boon tironoiiiicril In lie tbroo IIiiioh mure imuorful limn
nnj oilier disinfectant In tho market b) tlie t'OMMl H HI', ON lMSIXFKfTANTS
or tho Amcrloun PuMio Health Asuocluliim recent I v In mchhIoii nt (lie John Hop
kins' UnlTcrnltjr, Hnltlmorc, lor Icnting commercial ellsliifcelniit.H. Sold In i!5e,
iiOc, nnd $1 bottles.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
INo. 3:1 lat Main Hlront.
P.Willis & Son,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Waukesha is a Charming Summer Resort
ON THE UllCAUO, MILWAUKEE nnd .ST. I'AL'le and ('. is X. W. K'YS.
Tho Woll-Known Q,uoeii of Waters,"
Kelfini ftlonc Among XATUKAL IUl.TKTIC TAM WATF11S 1 1 numerous competitors liaTe.oiiB
aft?r another, fallen away until It lias no rlal 1 he only ttitrltigi In Wauki uhn that remains at one
tc inperattire, un miner and winter., c, H dejtrcps.
The Memorandum of the Loral Government IVmd, I upland, July 11. ISh.1 "If any taint, however
small, of imcctlve material get access to wi-lln, or other fonrtf if ur inking water, it Impart to euor
roms volumes of water the iower of propagating ill &e a no "
Ir Johu C. l'etera, K( Madison aveM saya: hen the typhoid germs (rets Into drinking water, they
ncnasc enormously, ami r pro luce tho Jlftoasn in urlotis way a.' New Snrk Herald,
The lingers ol Health Uf sorts 'No amount of pure tuejii air In the lungs can neutrallre the tiad
eflerli of pointed watti in tlie stomarh." New Viirk Herald
"The lincel," Juue 30 and July 7, 1S1, nays "Water is the ureal cirrierof the Invective genua.
Pure water should b available at all seMone, hut this is especially n(tcesar) in warm weather."
Impure Wells. Hia llh Coinml-uloner Itnymond, Krooklyn, rci-ori" ; "Miho we a gan our Inspection
of ITU j lutmp wells we hate closed altout A). The waler is until for human (onnnnption. lierearn
lin wells yet In cilKlenret Hhm.it JU uf which are tfood, heing free fro n impurities." New York Herald.
Ke pads of the fiscal CJovernment Ikiarl, Kngland. "Of I .'epidemics of tvphold fevers ohnerved In
various localities, in Iicaps the epidemic had no othe r d( If running raum tlmn tlie umj of water con
talning impurities "
New York Herald. "Pure water Is of more Imj ottam e ll an pun milk "
WAI'KI-Wll nit-hNaN is evrywnere known as Ihe great hi hi , hiU'r nnd DinUifv Curt. In
rlorod by medical profession. Addra I II JMtYANr. Waukesha, Wis.
Directly on the Main Line of the
yen York, IVnu. iOlilo llullroiul, .Mill-
nujr lletnren Cincinnati
and Xen York.
Ulghest Navigable llody ot Water on Ihe Coutl
neiit-nol feat AIhivo the (hemi and 7il
Keet Abovt l.ak l-rla, Iiiilance
CLIMATE PURE AND INVIGORATING I
The Lake Is 29 miles lung and from one. lo Ine
in Ilea wide. lake wood, Fulvftua, (irittitira 1'olnl,
Beiuua roint. Hay View, lUvenwod, MartUVs
ViQeyard. KairiHjfnt and Point Chautauqua are
among the different re ior In on the Iake, p4t run
fzed hy auuiuier vlalton. There are good hutuU ul
The Famous Chautauqua Assembly
headatiarteri at Chautauqua Lake
In Juir and Auizuit of everr rear.
conrenes In J
01 me inosi iopuiar reaona on ice j-aie la
Ilers all pasMiiger trains ol the New York, Penn
arlranla and tlhlo railroad slop during the seanou,
It being the Chautauqua Laic Station, ami thedls
trlhullug Kilnt for tbe cnllre l-akr. There aie
two hotrls at Lakewood, both U'lngof liiimensH
aire, capable of actouimodatlng ore hundred
guests each. Nuuisroua ateamera are coualautl)
plying the Ijiko lransK.rtlngrlsltora to all point
Those In aearch of a pleasant .eaort lo spend the
auiumer months cannot find a more conrement or
dellgntful plate than Lake Chautauqua.
Via New York. Pennsylraola and Ohio Railroad
are on aale at all local atatlons and at alatloua of
connecting lines from June 1st, goel fur return un
til heplember 80th. A. K. CI.AIIK,
Uen'l Paaa'gcr Agent.
C PAINE, Oen'l Fup't.
.a. .. " .. r '.
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS.
lloom h, Artinelu iltillellni.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Maxims Illustrated !
THTKII. H,,,h HUXUa,,i'A" HrelokiV,,;
(Office hours, H to 11 A. M.)
J (ilNI.KIllMU ai tli. Ucnaaainer I-..I..
leiluilo luailiiae.Tror, N. V. 'I h. oldest en.
""' '"; "joo 1 lii Amerlc'a. Nest term begin,
naWh.'.,8-! 1,b,"'"1'"or contains a
Lifh A i'r'"lu.l,e' '' tha.iatslilrt.eara.
with Ihe r imlilona, also eourae of studr. r";
luiruienla,eii.oaei,,ic. Addresa ''
UVI M. IIHKKNK, IMrcetor.
Siringllf Id (In l.lgbt and Cuke Cu.
rllllK Annual Uetilu
A fINKKNOItAVINO.Sa. 10 nci,es. hold by
Ul.i im'. Vr,M'" "n.aaasrs ..nix ol U.lh
JlrVui., 'fif"1''"0.81 I","' ,or diae-rll.tlva
.Arc purely ce;ctabIo In their composition,
nml thorough In their operation. They elo
noteleliilltato tho LUerby excessive stim
ulation, ami nro not Irrltatln? In their
uetlon. Tho Iinportanco of theso I'llli lit
mousing the Stomach, I.lver, urnl llowcN,
to the proper pereinnanco of their func
tions cannot he ot crcaUuiuieU. They will
Promote the Appetite,
anel re-store health uuel strength to weak
unci tufc.iLili.el systems.
" I'eir four jcars I was trrently troubled
with I)spepsia; part of the time po haelly
I could retain little or no fooel on my
Homach. 1 coni'iicni'Pil using Ajci'n
IMIIh, elietlii' mjse-lf nt the hjuiu time, find
I'lleele el n penibine lit cine. I ulu now cn
Jo) lug perfi it health."
THOMAS O. .IKXKINS.
l'ro Inccton n, Jfass.
"For ovrr n year I was utllicteel with
Liu rami Moniach Irouliln, mi'l failed to
tint! relief until I coinmem-eel inlnir Aycr'a
rill. Two hoxes ul lir.et l'llls hao rt
Horcel my J,ler In !i healthy eonJitlon,
fiml I eju nuw .it nitliout liclng elU
tn si el."
A. J. JO.NXS, ltupoit, Mi'.
i'iii i'Aiu:i i:v
LB. J. C. AYEK &, CO , Lowell, Xtss.
Sold hy ull Druggists.
For !5 year at 37 Court Dace, now at
Ilet. Thir.! and Fourth. UUUlOl UlD.IVj
A rt-cnUrlr MirtM kni ltlj nupUfltl b;iklta tot Ut
lauot tlKKfMfdl, bU l rtxouu Will f IOVC
6portuniorrliea and Impolenoy,
ti t rMull of lf abuit ta youth, mit titn In ms
tutrrjvan or oUir ctusw, kuJ prolurtDi tut f ibtj fcs
Iftwinst fl'wli Nsjtrtvmot, HrinluK, I tkUiiftn (Bl(Uons
1- ui by drtawm), UlruDeJ vf M(ttl. ItfcUit Uttnorj, lbj
tiklOrvtr liinlfttti fswsi, JltcraUntsiHoilMr iffttwtWi,
Cubfu'liiij ot Mt, Iai of htriukl lur Ae , rfuJrilni
mrrlit liititmtifr nr unhfti r, n Utorougblj ml (tfin
oitUj wL KVPHILIS 1UJ u4 iu4e-
J from U i) mni.
Hnii, tw HgLii(-j
il4E4ttLt Kutclursj, OitUUi, Hnii, tvr U.vM,t
m Bui whici 1 naw uivratsr ijiimiij suiasei
II li m .lu tbtt 1 hy leltD M ji ifctkl aUiloa
tokontlo riaii bf 4Ut Utiel trrallLl ItctsModi tUOu
tiiy sVfculrM (ret! hill, fttyilclaai lMtnU.I fknofUk
r'iiino xrxoi to my ctrsj. Wdcn ll li fonoimbafol t
U I lb ill for trrtuneut. ini1 kltjfi ca U M61 triifcUl
kbJ lafilj tiiuKilur ciri ny)re.
Ciiroo Ounrautood in U Cases
l uuiuiuuua (fjnIIy or t y letur frrt D4 Uitl.
c barf rauDall au correal!. It Lit nrkiij cvuOiin.UiaL
lirWliiM, aiittauj adlroM, tMurtlf niUiL fr Ourt
(Vt aatiu. Hbeulj t rta4 by all. idJrtaa at at.
sta wntit'ii tniarantra of car lrn In eier
Hiirrril. lr. Cla
it rltlnya (In plain envelop. ) ihu al
Celebrate l lUuk kuci
f.P.CUKH. M. D. tl( TIm lit, Cl.tta.ul, OUa
lint I COLLEGE
mrtw 1 . sm.tr. ml u&dua.llss&r. M
I ,. LTT' I',',' " r" courw. at slujy.
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