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It's nil over now. The glittering wbcels,
tlio iicturrsitis costumes, tho gy mil care
less boys tliat were tlierc, all liaro i!Uat.i
. en red, nnd the molt sticcetsful inert wklcli
the Ohio Division Inn ever heM, is uumberej
anion); the pleasant incuioriea of the wit. The
jpillictlng win ol n nature entirely tlltlerent
Iromnnj that SntingfieM basnet viltui'sird.
They cniue to mam-mcr no iolltical schemes,
nor to preach iliuiniilion to nny body whose
o.Inlnn lillr Irom theirs, nor
to listen to long winded speeches,
nor to iiwnkcn the snJ memory of n
nation illddeil nrjainsl Itself; they came mere
ly ns a jolly gool sci of fellows gathered
nt one plare to meet each other, Tie with each
other In their f ivorite sport, and hare a gen
eral good time. And they had It too; ask
them If they didn't.
The races Tuesday alternoon at tho Fair
Grounds were much better attended than
those of the day before, fully 2.500
people witnessing the affair. Every now
and then briath of fresh air could bo caught
straying about, and thus tho weather was
contidtrcd a great improvement over that of
the previous day. However, It's n fine mind
that blows nobody harm, and these gentle
breezes from the West filled tho amphitheatre
with clouds of dust freiiucntly during the
The first thing on the programme was the
dub drill by tho drill corps of the Cleveland
Hi. Club. Tho corps, commanded by Captain
l'ugh, was made utiof J. D. l'ugh, jr.,Oeorge
Collister, S. U Sprackling.C. I. Karnsworth,
George Snjder, Harry Wagner, W, 11. Wet
more and M. M. Janes eight in all. The
high perfection of the drill beggars all at
tempt at description and kept the lookers-on
in continuous rounds cf applause. They
wheeled right and left In line, by fours and
twos, mounted and dismounted, and went
through all the evolutions that are possible
with bicycles with such remarkable precision
that it almost seemed as though they were
. imponent parts of the same piece of mechan
ism, moved by some invisible agency. The
t great net was when four of them left
-ir own wheels and rode double with the
ntacrs, the whole corps finally forming a
pyramid on the four wheels and then return
ing to their own machines, all without
touching the ground.
As it was not jet time to call the first race
of the afternoon, Welmore, the winner of the
fancy riding prize, entertained the crowd for
11 few minutes with a repetition of a portion
of his ierlorinauce, adding a few new acts,
one of which was entirely impromptu and
unpremeditated. The lilg Six also helped to
fill up the Interim with its great act, the xyl
The first race, the One Mile Bicycle, 3:20
clajs, was called promptly at 4 o'clock. Three
of those who had entered failed to show up,
leaving as contestants E.G. Harnett, Spring
field; W. C. Conner, Springfield; J. S. Drown,
Fostoria; G. F. Snyder, Cleveland; George
Kepsay, SpAigfield; A. M. Crothers, Spring
field; L. M. Wainwright, Xoblesville; M. M.
James, Cleveland. The first lap was very
exciting, Snyder and lirown crossing the lino
at precisely the tame moment, with Kepsay
but a loot or two behind them and the
rest following closely. On the home
utretch Wainwright epurtid and a hot strug
gle followed between him and Snyder for
first place. However the Cleveland man was
too much for the Hoosier and they passed un
der the wire in the following order first,
Snyder, time 3 1j; second, Wainwright,
J.18; third, Conner; fourth, Kepsay; fifth,
liarnett; sixth, Brown.
The second rare, the one mile State Cham
pionship, had two participants; Karl A. Par
dee, of Akron; E. F. Landy, Cincinnati; and
N. P. Knapp, Cl, reland. Knapp led on the
first half mile but the finish was made in
the order named above, high excitement being
created on the home stretch by a lively brush
betweeu Pardee and Landy. Pardee, first
medal, lime 3' lei: I.indy, Becond medal,
The half mile tricycle prizes were contested
for by Clarence Rowland, of Akron; C. F.
Smith, f ludianapolU, and Kit. Crothers, of
this city. Smith took the lead at the start,
but Howland spurted ahead at the end of the
first nuarter, Crothers coming up to second
place. Howland, first medal, 1:50 1-5;
Crothers, second medal, 1:59 2-5.
The five mile record race wai
entirely devoid of interest, only
two contestants, Snyder, ot Cleveland, and
Whittaker, of Boston, participating. Wbit
taker took the lead at the very start, and
kept increasing the distance between them
steadily, until on the tenth lap he only lacked
about a hundred yards of passing bis oppo
nent the second time. He made the five
miles in 18:111. Snyder took things easy
and merely kept his wheel moving so as to
win the second medal and keep out of the
The next race, the half mile, for the L. A,
W. championship was probably the most
enjoyable race of the afternoon. The
onttstants were: P. V. Myers, Covington;
. . P. Hollingsworth, Itussiaville; Clarence
I'uwlaml, Akron; George Weber, Smithville,
. J., and L, M. Wainwright, Xoblesville.
Howland took the lead at the start but the
first prize soon became a walkover for Weber
all the excitement coming in on the hot fight
on the home stretch between Myers and
Howland for second place. The prize medals
were won as follows: First, Weber, 1.33J;
second, Myers, 1 37 1-5; third, Howland,
When tho Two Mile Iiace for the Slate
Championship was called those who came to
the scratch were Pardee, of Akron, Landy,
of Cimincati; Knapp, of Cleveland, and
Kepsay, ot Springfield. The race was
rather a farce, the contestants
riding along very sociably and
and rery slowly for the first three laps. Not
until they started in on tho last quarter mil
was there any evidence of earnest,work. On
this last quarter there was a hard struggle
between Pardee and Knapp and they crossed
the lice not a halt foot apart. Karl A. Par
dee, first prize, 8.08 4-5; Wilbur F. Knapp,
Alter a good deal of delay two entries
were gotten for the "Consolation" race, a con
test arranged for those who bad gotten left
In the other races. S. P. Holllnf sworth, ot
Itusilavlll, Ind., and George Kepsay, of this
city, went in to console, each having bad
a dead snap on winning at least one of the
prizes. Hollingsworth spurted on the second
lap and took first with a brilliant record of
3:2'J4-&; Kep6ay very naturally taking sec
ond, record, 3:05 4-5,
This was the last race of the meet and at
Us finish the crowd dispersed quickly, the
bicyclers hastening In to get "cleaned up" and
rested for tho festivities ot the evening.
H " f The Uall nud Bunqaet.
jjl i 3 j Aj early nine o'clock the carriages be-
H"?j I , gaa to stop at the Market street entrtnc ol
the Arcade and disembark their gay cargoes
of Terpsichoreans, como to pnrtlclpnto In the
festivities that formed the grand finale of the
meet, Tho whole Arcade hal been iloS'il
and formed a mngnllicent promenade, with
Professor Worthlngton'f orchestra semllng
forth divine music from the south balcony.
The Arcade was well cntll.ited and was a
rery popular resort between dances for thoso
who desired to escape for a moment from the
warm atmosphere of the ball room. The
promenade music was begun at nine o'clock
and continued during the whole evening, the
following selections being er.cored.
Morning, Noon an
(In the Ileautlful Illilne Kelca Itela
(l ) iiivcrllssiuoui.
Loose Leaves F. Ueicli
Life and lave Faust
Lust Spiel Kelca Itela
Humor - Gartner
Christinas Dreams IUch
Solo for Cornet I'arlow
l'oetand Peasant Supis'
(12.) selection from t.ucrptla Ilorglt Verdi
klolJan Klanxe. Strauss
(14 1 Galop,
Holiday i-lreet Theatre Hsrtel
At about 10 o'clock the crowd
move from the parlors and corridors to the
ball room In the north end of the building.
Gathered here were fully three hundred peo
ple, and the hall certainly presented a splen
did appearance with the picturesque Knicker
bockers of the cyclers, the ever handsome
dress suits of the "non-wheeling" guests, and
the brilliant evening costumes of the ladies,
all mingling In harmonious combination. For
anything in the nature of u public ball the
crowd last evening was certainly remarkable
tor the high social position and refinement
of those ia attendance. The lloor was
in a magnificent condition, and nothing
more need be said of tho music than that it was
the Big Six's most entrancing. The dancing
went off very smoothly under the able direc
tion of 11. A. Worthington, Baldwin McUrew,
Robert Hichter, Albert Ely, of Cleveland,
Charles Krag, of Columbus, and II. S. Liv
ingston, of Cincinnati. The following pro
gramme of dances was carried out, the lloor
living filled tor every dance notwithstanding
the excessive heat:
1 Grand March and Quadrille.
"Chetney Wold" (,rwn
"ltlue Danube" .... ..... V. fetrauss
3. lenders Quadrille.
"I'ntll We Meet Again," W'lzwaw ravorlte.Necke
"Mulligan's Silver Wedding" m.ll. Itraham
Selma". .E.T. (.oltlober
7. Waltz Quadrille.
By - Hlnglebca
Medley J. Heising
"Iteunlon" .. ZUoff
lleuiembr&nce of W lgwam bkatlng Hluk . .
At 12 o'clock, just aftir the sixth dance,
an hour's intermission was given for luncheon
which was served In seven courses in the
dining room of the hotel, with the following
menu: Cold roast turkey, cold roast chicken,
cold roast beef; spiced salmon, sardines, press
ed corn beef, Westphalia ham, smoked tongue ;
shrimp salad a la Mayonaise, plain lobster
SHlad, chicken salad a la Uusse; raspberries;
white fruit cake, rocky mountain cake, cho
colate cake, French kisses; vanilla ice cream;
bananas, oranges, cheese and crackers, Java
cofiee. So thoroughly enjoyable was the
dancing that n universal sigh of grief -vent
up from the dancers when the Inst strains ol
"Home, Sweet Home," died away at the early
hour of 3 a. m. Hardly a lady attended who
did not pronouce it the "loveliest party she
hal ever attended."
111, hi, boys I
Medals will bo forwarded to winners by
There is some sleepy riding today after the
gaiety of last night.
Every man present expressed gratitude for
the splendid manner in which he had been
The pyramid formed by the Cleveland drill
corps was photographed Irom three view
"Sandy" Livingston ran jpfrom Cincinnati
in time to take in the ball.
The crowd at the grounds yesterday after
noon was composed of the best people In the
town. The city sports didn't seem inclined
to hare anything to do with the show.
Shadowy figures flitted about the windows
of the Arcade stores last evening, viewing
the gay crowd from their safe bscurity.
The ladies in the rsporters' gallery were
conducive rather to pleasures than work on
the part of the Paber drivers.
Protesls were entered yesterday against
awarding prizes to Ceo. Weber, of Smithville,
.V. J., and S. (S. Whiltaker, of Uoston, on the
ground of being "paid amateurs." Weber
is employed by the Smith Manufacturing Co.,
of Smithville, to advertise the "Star" ma
chine, and Whittaker is employed by William
Heed A. Co., of Boston, to advertise the
"Koyal Mall." Tho case will be decided by
the Racing Hoard of the L. A. W. The
bjys feal confident of getting the prizes. If
they do not the medals will be awarded to
the second and third men in the race.
Ohio State Journal: "The Association has
nothing but praise for the efforts of Spring
field for their entertainment. The grand
success of the alair is very largely due to the
efforts of Chief Consul T. J. Kirkpatrlck, of
Sprfngfield, who is prominently mentioned
for the next presidency of the L. A. W.
Iter. Win. II. Warren Injured bjr it Iluna-
A prirate letter teceWed here today from
Iter. Wm. IT, Wairen, now wl'li his family
spending vacation with relatives In l.a Halle
county, Illinois, gives the Infoiruaiion tUt he
has bad a narrow escape from srious iojury,
perhaps death, In a runaway accident. While
riding with his uncle, whom be is visiting,
behind a team ol mettlesome young horses, th
uncle, who was driving, was thrown out and
run over, the team running off furiously. Hr.
Warren bad bis Infant daughter, Carrie, In
bis arms, and so encumbered could do noth
ing toward mansging the horses, one of
which was finally thrown, upsetting the
wagon and throwing the occupants out. The
little one, although badly scared, (scaped un
hurt, but Mr. Warren was not so fortunate,
having one rib broken and Ins back stralntd
and lamed. Himself and all friends are happy
It li no worse and tboi here sympathize with
their pastor In bis misfortune. The accident
occurred Monday evening last, July 2),
Mr. and Mrs. ilea Holtz and MIfS Jessie
I'reUmau lift lor New York yesterday.
(, l.ill' lilt 'till AKIlltit"
In the early days of Methodism In Scotland
a certain congregation, where there whs but
one rich man, desired to build a new chapel.
A church nutting was held. Tlieoldrlih
Scotcniinii rose and said: "Brethren, we
dinna need n new chapel; I'll give 15 for
Just then n bit of plaster filling from the
ceiling hit him on the h(ad.
Looking up and seeing how bad It , lie
said. "Brethren, It's worse than I thought;
I'll make It 60 pun'."
"Oh, Lord," exclaimed it devoted brother
on a back seat, "hit 'lin again I"
Thcrenro manj human tabernacles whUh
are In sore need of radical building over, but
we putter and fuss and repair In spots with
out satisfactory results. It is only when we
ara personally alarmed at tho teal dancer
that we act Independently, and du tho right
thing. Then it Is that wo most keenly regret
because we did not sooner use our inlgment,
follow tho advice Kirn ot the experience ot
others and jump away from our perils.
Thousands of per'ons who will read this
paragraph are in abject misery today when
they might bo In a satisfactory condition.
They are weak, li'elcss, full or odd aches and
palnn, nnd every year they know they ato
getting worse, even though the liest doctors
aro patching them In spots. The origin of
these aches and pnlns Is the kidneys and
liver, and It they would build these nil over
new with Warner's sale cure as millions have
done, and cease Investing their money in
miserably unsuccessful patchwork, tbey
would be well and happy and would bless
the day when tho Lord "hit 'em" and indi
cated the common-sense course for them to
pursue. London Press.
Pretlinlourj lleiirlnc In the CralK-Wngner
The examination in thecasaof Laura Craig
against Rev. A. E. Wagner, of this city, for
alleged bastardy, was held privately at the
girl's homo in Wapakoneta Tuesday morn
ing and resulted In defendant being held in
$500 ball to answer at the September term of
Common Pleas court. Mr. Wagner gave bail
with Dr. J. II. Xicholf, one of his former par
ishioners, and O. A. Lajton, one of his at
torney , as sureties. At his request no war
rant was Issued In the case and he wa3 present
without such legal process. Mr. Wsgner
was, on the same occasion, served with sum
mons in the civil suit for f. 1,000 dam
ages already mentioned. Opinion is
much divided In Wnpikonetn,
both the young woman and the defendant in
this action having their friends and warm
partisans. The defendant's attorneys think
they have laid tho foundation for ft strong de
fense and express belief of their ability to
clear him ot the chirgc when the case comes
to trial. The affidavit sworn to by the young
woman names dtfinitely the first day of Oc
tober last as that on which the act was com
mitted, instead ot tho sixth, as before stated.
It is ndmitted that Mr. Wagner was In
Wapakoueta on that date. An answer will
be filed within the prescribed time, in his be
half, in the damage suit resistiug it. There
will lie no further steps in the matter until it
comes up in court.
Springfield and vicinity Is rcprcsensed in
last week's list of atents granted nt Wash
ington as follows: (Jeo. Henkel, pool ball
bracket and spotter; Daniel II. Uiser, as.ignor
to A. A. Baker and D. It. Hosterman, coffin;
Fred. W. Starr, assignor of one-ball to T.
Wall, windmill and vehicle hub; Chas. I).
Thatcher, cap-headed screw nut; J. F.
Wlnchell, assignor of one-fourt'n to K. Ilau.
rath, hay tedder, barrel truck; Daniel T.
Chambers, Mcchanir.baie, assignor by inrun
assignments of one-third to E. P. Ctark,
scytho snath fastener, Peter T. Cotlield, New
Carlisle, 2, pump valve and wind engine.
It is reported that a Now Carlisle married
man seduced a young weman from Dounels
ville who went to New Carlisle to work, and
has now skipped out to avoid tho consequen
ces of bis crime. The child was born a few
days ago at the girl's home in Dounelsviile,
and was healthy and fully developed. It died
suddenly and was buried immediately lu the
yard of the residence, the circumstances cre
ating much talk. It Is thought there will be
an investigation Into the allair nud pest mor
tem examination of the holy, which will be
exhumed for the purpose.
Wm. Tingley, Sadie Miller ami Utile
MeKlnney were arrested lust night by Officers
Kizer, Ward and Nicklau for participating In
a sort of free family fight at the JlcKiuuey
ranch on I'atten street last Saturday night.
The "Little Gales" will glre an elocution
ary entertainment at the United Presbyterian
church on Thursday next, Jnly 21. Admis
sion, adults 25 cents; children lSctnts.
Mr. Martin Wood and Miss Illla Wood, cf
Indianapolis, are the guests of their cousin,
William Wood, of West lllch street.
Church Dedication at How lusvlllt.
There will be a dedication of the United
Brethren church of Uowlusrllle, 0 on Sun
day, August "li, at 10 o'clock a, m., by Ilishop
J, Weaver, D. D., of Dayton, U. Services
Saturday etenlng and Sunday morning and
evening. A general invitation is75teuled to
all to be present on tbatday. lly arder of
Trustees. It. M. jiiluT S. y.
Ilsby button shots
35 tents nt the Acade
Th. Ilumu Bienm l.aumtrj
Dpilpped with all modern machinery. Col
lars and cuffs a specialty. First class work.
Those two buckle plow shoes for men at
$1 and (1 25 at the Arcade Shoe Store are
the best we bale ever seen lor the money.
The "Utile dales" will gite an elocution,
ary entertainment at the I'nited l'resbyteriau
tnurtb on Thursday next, July 23. Admis
sion, adults 25 cats, cbildten 15 tents.
Orand 1'nltid Order of Colored Odd F 1
lows will picnic at Ytllow Springs on Thors
day, July 23d. Fare for the round trip,
adults 35 cents, children 20 cents. Tickets
(rood all day on all trains. Amusements and
games of all kinds and a general good time.
J. M. Iliata
Starkey & Hcoirden't 35 cent button hoes
for babies are good.
The work done at the Howe Steam Latin
dry Is praised by all patrons. Satislatlion
Two buckle plow shoes for men at $1 and
$1.25 at the Arcade Shoe Store.
Ilou't l1 ureal lo ICmuitter
That the Home Steam Laundrr Is always
prompt nnd reliable. Work called for and
See our 35 cent button shoes for babies.
Starkey k Scowdan, Kelly's Arcade.
rente or cure given id everv
MaarcHtt. Dr. Clarke's t'elebrtted Beok anil
nnuugs (in plain enveiepeti twee atttatipa.
u m u
ay- m .i'-Miu;yiiini,nijv'r
OYnd nee r until
aA written nu
Besides an extraordinarily larfle general line of Slippers,
embracinn all familiar designs, we have the following extra
fine Goods :
BUTTON NEWPORT, with bUck alligator top and kid fox-
LACE OXFORD, with russet seal top and patent leather
Very fine and handsome.
WASHINGTON TIE, in Guracoa Kid with opera toe and
neat patent leather tip.
The extent and variety of
Mr. V. G. King, foreman of the I.ce
Ionia Democrat, Lcctoni.i, Ohio, writes:
" Dr. S. II, Haktman, Columbus Ohio,
Gentlemen: Some tunc 6incc, I had occa
sion to doubt tliu genuineness of most of
the articles that appear In different papers
in regard to vojr wonderful I'KKUNA.nnd
mv curiosity was to great that I deter
mined to write to one of the many people
that claimed to liaie lieuii cured by this
medicine, anil accordin ly wrote to Mrs.
J. V. Reynolds, of New Lisbon, this
county, anil received the following reply."
"I received your letter thia evening, and
In reply would say mac i-gkusa, i m:
lieve, saved my life, anil I can not recom
mend it too highly; for nil complaints it
is the best medicine in existence. It
cccms to help you as you swallow it. I
would advise any one suffering: from my
complaint to lake Pkruna nnd be con
vinccd. Yours truly, Mrs. J. W. Rey
nolds." Now, that's her card, word for
word, and as I am well acquainted with
the lady, I do not liclicve 6he would lie.
It is truly wonderful how your medicine
docs do good.
James L. Mooncy, Prospect, Ohio,
writes : " For the past ten years I have
been suffering from corfitipation and
dyspepsia, and all the evil effects that
accompany them. I wa? treated by a
number of doctors, all to no effect. I
used several patent medicines, which did
me no good, anil auout tnree years ago x
was seized with a severe nervous trouble,
and was obliged to quit farming. I
thought my days would soon be o er, but
last winter I received one of your pam
phlets called the "Ills of Life. I at once
tried your Pnnt'.VA and Manaljn.
They helped me ryht away. I used nlno
bottles of Pekun A and three of Masaun;
and now I am quite well, and able to
resume farming. I also had a little chilJ
w Inch was attacked with a severe cramp
in the stomach; we thought it would go
into spasms. I ued nothing but PcitUN A.
We gave it an injection of Pkruna and
warm water, and gave it a tcasnoonful of
the medicine internally every half hour.
It was relieved in one hour, and has not
been bothered since. I have also used it
with as good eficc' in case of croup and
colds. I know that it H .1 wonderful
medicine, and rccoiJimcnd it to all wlio
are in poor health. The above statement
I am willing to swear to."
W. M. Plants, Deep Vnllcy, Greene
countv, P.i , writes " Ple.e send me
your book on the ' III of Life. 1 have
used one bottle uf l'KHUNA, and am yrejt
C1TT Ci.EHK'fl Ol KICK, I
ffirltiiflcld, Ohio, Jly3l, leS5. f
At ft meeting of the Cjunrll of finld City,
held fin the L'ltt Inst., a quorum being present,
trie roiiowin lewnuiiun wniniopieii
UehoUed. II) the Cllj Council of the City of
, two thirds of the ineinhcrK
eleetwl threloeoncuriliin, That It 10 ueoex
sary and that It lntoli.lt to make four publlo
uiiprneiiieniB y toupiruciini; too Fever
hereinafter ilenerihcd, according to the tilaiiH,
irorllea nml tpi clSeHtlont therefor on lite In
theollleuol the City Civil Knttlneer, recorded
In UieoMcaof the City Clerk, and open to tho
Inspection of hII parllei Interested, and that
the bhIi! aower lu thu sewer district herein
after dehcrllied tuld setter and sewer ills
trlct being pint or th plan and system of
neweieire for nald city heretofore adopted by
Council- are required and are hereby dtsln-iiaN-d
fir lininMtlHti' u. Halil lwtr s d
perilled t follow , l:
CouimeritluK ut tho Intersection of roster
Mret with Mala street, and rnunluii thence
In, along aud upon FotttT Ntreet north to the
Intercepting hewer designated on the ptan of
towers for nuld city heretofore adopted hy
Cunncll.nn Ijlii, wnthot ai.a marly parulltl
with tho iieneml course of Hack Creek, i x
tending went to the corporation Hue, w Ith
which tiiU'rieptlrik" tower tald sewer Is desig
nated to connect.
8'iliJ tower It In tho flreen Mount Sewer
Dlttrlct, or hewer Dlatrlct No. 2, the Ixiumln
net of which are ks folloui, il.s On tlio
north and northwott iht center lino of liuck
Creek mid tho corpoiolloii line: on the east
the uoriiorotlon line; on the south tho north
llnoof llliih street, and on the west the east
line of Market street
The plana and tpeelfleutlont rtialrod by
law for thu construction ot said aevtiis hae
lieen prepared, and are on fllo In the otrtiu of
tlio City Civil Engineer for examination and
Inspection by partita Interested, ami Council
will hear said partus at Ha regular meeting to
l.olioldln the Coune'll Chaiuhef of tnld city
on the Hill day of August, A. II. 1SS5, torn
incne I hi at a o'clock p. in.
'the City LlerL It hereby dlieetiid to publish
thin resolution tn a newspaper of general cir
culation In the oorporotlou for tvu iHinstcu
I. I MAhT, President.
Attest J. H. HllKwil.Tt", City Clerk.
Tn provide for the construction of to much of
the main tewer of the Center Ktiet.Souer
District, or ftciwer Dlttrlct Imi. I, utiles be
tween tho point of Intersection ot tho ren
ter line of Center street with Villi Itun
hewer, nnd the Intersection of Centei etreel
with ihetoulh Hue of Mulberry ttreet.
ion I. lie Itordalncd by IheClty Coun
Him City of hprlngfleld.Ohlo, Inat to
cu 01 win uiy 01 hpnngneio.uhlo, inat to
ruiirliol the main ttwerol the Center street
tewer district, or bewer dlstrlot No 4, as Ilea
bolween the point of Interseetlon of tfie cen
ter line or Outer street with Mill Hun tewer,
and the Interttellon of Ctnler ttreet wlln
thetouth line of Mulberry street: beginning
uttttil iilnt of Intersection ot Center stmt
with Mi 1 Itun tewer and running thtnoe In,
along Mid upon said Center ttnet touth to
the n.uti. Una of Mulberry slreet, It hereby
or.ler.d Ui be oontlructed; the streets and
hlKhwsjs or paitt thereof to be sewered und
drained reipeetlvely hy tald tewer being
apotllled In tald above det-rlpllon ti that nu
examination or serve will thow the lots 01
land bounding and abutting thereon; tald
sewer to be I'omtrutltKl according to lb plum,
profllee anil epeelflcntlon therefor liertto
tore adopted by Council, and recorded In thu
onlteo the City Oierk of llilsclty.
Kir 2. Tho plat heretofore prepared by the
Civil Kngluetr and flleil lu his oihcu prior to
tLo adoption of the resolution by Council de
clHrlnir ihe necostlly for and the Intention of
Cu mil tornake the publlo Improvement pro
vidmt lor by thtsonlluauie; said plat showlug
tho lots booiidlng und abutlng on the ttreeis
and highway! or parts thereof to be to sew
erc-4 and drained; the tame Is hereby a p.
proved snd ailoiited byCounolat tho pint
rnjulrod In tutli I'aaut hy tertloii287iiof the
IttvlstdHlatuttsofOhlo; and the City Clerk It
hereby ordered to have said plat filed in hit
hie. S. Thltordlnance shall UkccttVel ami
lie lu fun a ttcesirdirig lo law from and after its
Itgal poblu ttlon.
I'atsed July list, IVi'i.
T. 1'. MA8T, President.
Attest! J, 8. Slliw.ii.rKB, City Clerk.
lUANrJ-.D-ro Irtdei lltber a Jtgjer wagon or
M a nlto light hunjv for a vouug driving lion.,
O M. Belltri, Itoom S, Ditl't block, epriiiglield.ll.
ANTKli-A grxsl betllbr wouitn tt wet nurie.
at IGV H. attrket
IIHIN IIIJITV, who left County Meough, Ireltnil,
.1 about IS laootht tgo. will nud hla tuotlisr. lii
Puny, tt n (Jallagher it,, Hprlngfield, U., where I
the arrived on tility, July 17,
III1 SllltlMtallttllSsiatWtsaiiltwwaiaSitslltlll1 ' '"'tltMlttlJsltwltilteiSIJtwatl ' n'ttisam
twiatiaji.tisuijii" rISg3!mm" -. -.-,., ..jZXWimwimmWimIMtMxliaiMMMlmniit
HOUSE AND PARSONS)
our stock enables us to suit all classes of purchasers and to furnish every style and
PARSONS, 26 S. MARKET ST.
Mm I COLLEGE
Tlio ltOlf,iii!'liMonfii ft Win lappa ntTer!.
nxptMiheftiiinslcnitc Wornurm o(Muly
I lYir i liolr-.lilp to aid worthy Miulfnts,
Mlicn Tttfitii' ( ullcirooriil Acrvlnuv he.
Kiu&M'Uinberl 'ui ( AUniuesM"iit imappllcMlua.
A Home and Liar School; nrepiroi txiyi for any
Cntlrice ur Scientific hdioul. (lerman and French
tAiilit by e nvf rsAtlon without extra charge. I'rl
imtrjr, 1'rri'Aralury uml Collegiate (iradci. Mili
RIX &. LEWINSKY,
270 Auburn Street. Ml. Auburn, CINCINNATI. 0.
Thlrt)-K4Tnnil yenr btM.rs He,.t. 1,1th. H?iU
fftrlUtlo). In one ouiiUlo ami tlmrfitigh roun
LiikHhIi, MMrntitlc ami CI apical, bufrcrlur ad
tantnitrs In Music and Art. AitdrvM
ICKV. 1,. IM'OIIKK. II. !., Uleodat, O.
Uooui No. 5, Arcadf HulMInt;, HeoonJ Floor,
SPRINGFIELD WATER WORKS
NOTICi: 1(1 CONTKACTOKS.
rjKAI.Kl) ritorOHALH will he received by
f) thu Trustees of Water Workkof the City of
hprliiylW'ld.Obln, nt their ornca in aald city,
until 12 o'rlock noon ot Thursday, August
lh, lSx'i, for furulthtiig and laying one caat-
lnin Influent plpo,20 tuchta In dlametor, and
approximately h.fou linual foot, and welt'lilng
approximately nt pounds per foot, Willi the
lieceisnry apectal casting valves and appur
teiifncts. Alo, for one receiving batln, approximate
ly 'M)WM feet plan and 11 feet deep.
Tho necessary drawings, specifications.
foniHof nrnponliand forms of contract will
lie ready for the use of bidders from and nfter
August 1st, IvA
I lie 'lruteicipri'Sly reserve the right to
rejtot aur or all I1M4.
J. II T1IOMAB.
J, I). CiNiK. Toledo, O..Consltlng Knilueer.
HprlUKfltld, Ohio, July lKUi, l!vV.
Kiaolviil, That In the opinion of two-thlrda
of the members elected to the Counoll of the
lit orHprliigneld, Ohio, It It necessary and
that said Council luttnuu tolmprovo Malu,
Market aud factory streets, ij constructing
tlieaeweia hereinafter described, according
to the plans, profiles and s peel Ilea tlont
therefor on fllo in the office of tlio Civil En
gineer and open to the lnsect!ou of all par
Said sewers in odeserllxil aa followa, vlx:
1st. On Main strict from Limestone street
to KomUt street.
M. On .Main street from Mechanic to Mill
3d, on Main strca from Mechanlo atreat to
1th. Un .Market street from Main street to
MIU Ituit sewer.
5th. On Factory street from Jefferson street
to .Main street.
The expense., of said Improvements and
the ilnmagei due on ncconnt thereof to be aa-se-ssed
per front foot upon tho properly abut
ting thereon, according to tho law und ordi
nances on the subject of asteermenta.
Council will, at Its regnlai meeting to be
held In ttio Council Chamber of aaldoltyou
thollthilay of August, lsx5 commencing at
a o'clock p m., or at lu first regular meet
ing thereafter, hear parllM Interested lu any
of said tewcra.
The City Clerk Is hereby directed to publish
this resolution for two consecutive weeks
1'ussed July H, lish.
1. P. Mist, President.
Attend : J. S. Hilbw iLTKa. Cltr Clerk.
Itesolied, Thatln the opinion of two third
ot the membert elided to the City Council of
tho city of r-prlnurleM, Ohio, It It neoeasary
and It Intends lo liunroNe the allev between
Limestone and hprlng streeU, and running
north from Main street to North ttreet, by
grading tho same, and paWnglt with boul
ders, In accordance with the profile aud ape
elllcHtloiiH theieforoii lllolu the office of the
( lvll Kuglnter.
The exH-iito of said Improvement to be a'
sessed perfiont foot upon the property abut
ting tin reon as tbown by the plat on file In
thu office of the Civil Kngiueer, and accord
ing to law ami Ihe ordinances of tald olty.
Ihe assessments thcre'or to tie paid lu one
Installment, und eollwtod na provided by
law, tnd In the oatessment ordinance here
after to bo passed.
TheiClly Clerk Is hereby directed to pub
lish this n solution for two consecutive
I'asstd July II, ItW.
1'. I". M.st, I'retldent.
Attett; J, H. HilMl-Ai.TK., City Clerk.
MONEY TO LOAN.
:'Tn(fi v"'' "!ll) i.w), ei,o-a wiiiitiuB.
nWU Hullintii, Broker, Itetl Kstate and Pen
sion Agent, J.N.ulh .Market ttrut.
Lllll HAI.i:- The fine brick house, No. Id N. plum
r atucl,of lu rooms, with ill modern conveni
ences, also, stable, carriage house aud other out
buildings. Inquire at premises for ptrtlculirt.
or at 1'JI W Main street.
SVOII HAId'e-ATCKKAII LAWN KAIlM.TIIUEr:
r Ko. 1 fresh toss. Apply to It. I. Holium on
r tiusres fro
jiOlt UI:NT A comforlthle houst of 7 roonii, six
T..i,iu,n, wm ua ftetni in a lew
1 Jim. m. niager, 27ibo, Lline-
1,1011 IlKN'T Large store room on Main ttreet.
Kent low. Also fi or II ris.ui.. will . r...
Ilr or sleeping rooms; Inquire of John H. Iltrr,
, Limestone si '
nllO-llX'U I l.Ml AITOKNKV.-Hetcher White
I will bet rtndldate for I'rosecullng Attorney,
subject to the derision of the Cltrk Coun y &
publican Convention to le held Aug utt I, IMJ.
MIWWIXt'TINII ArnillNKY- Waller I Weave,
I will he a candidate for rt-elecllon to tbe orlic"
of I'ruMcutlog Attorney, subject to tbe decision ol
the luputllcau (ounty Coorrutlon.
llOSKCUTLN(i ATroiiNKY-J.OuIlford White
It a taudldtle for Prosecuting Attorney, aub
t lo Ihe deeltlon of the lUpubllctn County Cob.
veutlon to be held '1 uosdty, Augutt 4, lint.
MAGNOLIA NEWPORT, of Curacoa Kid with glove kid
top and imitation buttons of polished 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 the very latest styles, and
come in all sizes for Ladies, Misses and Childron.
NO-W IS THE: TIME
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES !
Little's Soluble I'liorylp, the lirst iinii-polKinoiiH lleodorlor and Dlstnloc
tant known. It hna Jmtt been pronounced to lie Hirer tlnicH tuore powerful than
any other disinfectant In the market by the CUM.MHTi:i: ON IIISlMKt TAMH
of the American Public Health Ansolutlim reienll In hchsIoii nt the John Hop
kins' UnlTcrelty. Ilaltlntorc, lor testliig commercial illsliifrctaiitti. Sold In -Tie,
AOc, and $1 bottles.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
Mo. Vi:i Hunt SI ill ii Ntruut.
R. P.Willis & Son,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
CLUSTER PATTKIIN, ii-lx4 inch.
Also 3 Inch, 4 inch, nnd (I Incli urcisi'il atrip, trry hire, already out ami Jus
wlint you Hunt lo make 1'IA S('KKi;.NS 01'.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
410 T7ITEIST -MLjeLXN STR3333T.
Waukesha is a Charming Summer Resort
ON THE UIICAUO, MII.WAUKI.K ftmi ST. l'Al'I, nml C. A. N. W. K'YS.
Tho Well-Known "Ciioon of Waters,w
Keignt alone among NATUItAI, DinTKTIC TAI11.F. W TE1LS. lit numerous conipHltort liaie, oner
after another, fallen aaay until It has no rlinl. Flhe only tprlnga In , aiiktaha that remains atone
tcinjieratuie, tuiuLoeranil winter 1. e., is decrees,
'Hie Memorandum of the luteal (ioTeriiiueut HoapI, l'lielatnl, July 11, lftM "If anr taint, howuvsr
taitll, ot Infective material grti aiecs lu a ells, or
laout volumes of water the power of propti(at!ng
Dr. John C. l'ctert. 83 Madltou ave.. ttvi
ncreate cnoriaoutly, tnd rtfliro-iuce the disease
1 lie Dtugert ot Hetltli Kesorts '"No amotintof
ettecti ot nolutod wtlei In the atoinaih." New Virk
"The Laucel," June Soaud July 7. llvlilsa)s "VAter ia iho gnat carrierof the ImetllTe germs.
Pure water should be available at all seasons, hut this Is e.peeially necessary In warm weather."
Impure Wella. Health CoruuilMloner Kavinoml, Brooklyn, rtsirts: "nluiu wo hegtn our ItiMiiectlou
of tr.s) puinu wellt we have closed stout 1 VI. Th water is unlit for human e-onsuuintiori. Ticre are
ill) wella yet 111 existence, about 'JO ot which are gissl, Is-iug irie from impurities." New York Herald.
Keportsof the Local Oorerniueut Hoard, Krigland.--"Of lljeidpniict of uphold fevera ohierved In
vtrloua lotalltlet, In li cases the epidemic had no other determining cause tluiu the use of water con
taining Impurities "
rtew lor iierain. "i-ure wtwr is 01 more inioiianre uiuniiure mils. "
lil.hNN Is everywnere known as
dorsed by medical profession. Addrest
Popular Summer Resort !
Directly on the Main Llae of the
Nen York, Peon. & Ohio ltullroatl, -MM-
Tiaj Hctnecn t'liiclnnuti
and New York.
lllxheat Havlgthle llodyol Water on Ihe Contl
riant lsoo Keet Above the Ocean and U
Keel Aliove lake rrie, Dlatture
CLIMATE PUHE AND INVIGORATING!
The Ltke is W mlltt long and from one to file
mllei wide. ljikewo., Fulvmia, Itrltllth's I'oliil,
Ucmut Point, Hay View, Kavenwood, Martin's
Vineyard, Fatrpofnt tnd Point ChaulaiiQua are
among the dlllerent resorts on the Lake, pttron
lsl hy summer visitors. There are good hotels si
The Famous Chautauqua Antmbly
lias Itt lietdoutrlera it Chautauqua I-ake and
oonveiietln July tin) August of every yetr. One
of the most popultr resoita on the Like it
Here all passenger trains of the New Vork.renn
tylvaalt and Ohio rtllrotd slop during Ihe season.
It being the Cliauttuipit Ltke Stttlon, tnd thedls
trlhutlng isjlot for the entire l-ake. 'there are
two hotela at Uktwooil, both being of immense
tlze, ctpttle of accommodating rive hundrej
gueatteicb. Numerous stsaintrs tie ronttanily
plying the lke trtntiortliig visitors lo til iwilnlt,
Tuoee In search of a pleasant resort lo spend Ihe
summer months cuiuoi find a more toinenicnt or
dellgutful pltce thin Lite ChauttiKiua.
Via New Verk, I'ennsylvtiilt tud Ohio KallrotJ,
are on stle tt til loctl stttlona tnd it tiitluns ol
m$iVi2fi&iiriuM '' r,v? lTiik" uu
ft 1'AINE.O.n'l Hun-t.""'' ,WW AKit'
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
H0LIC1T0K OF PATENTS.
Koom H, AroHdo Jlulldlnu.
Maxims Illustrated !
everywtere. Flrtt-claat canvass. r. ii i ','
vre. Flrtt-claat ctnvsuTs only ol
ijui - r-- . -- - z--- " .""' 01
circular. Vhj.. reo wl". l"i ""5"1';
a... irBDL. uwnni. Mam. ...b .. ,. ..
TBATKO, H0XU Hl.uTT.V,r.,:u'K,i;
(Office tours, H tg 11 A, M.)
other source el drinking utter, 11 luiptrts lueuor-
the t)ihoH flirins gels Into drinking water, they
larloiis )s. rew lork lie
pure 0.0.11 air in the lungs can neulrullre the bad
the great httliuy, ItlmiUT
rref liuilrtft t'ure. In
tl. 1IUYAN 1', Waukesha, Wit.
Mill nre right, then go abend, i an fit
piirlimt praitlt-al adae w Mcli MuiuU bi
rt'iniiulif ml In tin- iiunlivnor n incdlelnt
fur tlio Mum!. Aju's S.irs:iiarllla N a
liL;lil ( 01111 nlratfil nml powirul alteru
lltf. It li tiiilMT'iiilly ut'kmmlrilgtiltabsj
Hie bivt Mooil piulfiir. V. JVlchotae
4'J I AViislilnstim si., Huston, Mass write:
".Wtir nillerln for heterul yearn, with
Indigestion, I was mil Ned nud. Imluttil
jir's S.irsni'itlllu. I haiei gnally 1m
proMil, My licallli was nr(r luttir than
ut iiroMiit." Annie ZiliiUy,fiOHtatnst.,
llrooKljn, J. Y.,k:i)s tli.it slmtook Ajcr'i
Sarsaparlll.i for 11 tuinor In tlin tliroit
(iullro- ami, nfh r usliii; It for tlirto
iiionllis,llii)sM lllnj,' nil ills.ippi nri-d. I'er
kmh tioiiblnl with ii.lt lei slioiildlr) tills
I111 ilielnc. Kit ('aniiliell, Hooker, l'a.,
tMlIi'i: "By tlio use- of
I win I'lirwl of lilp Joint ilsi'iisi-.'
1'np.indbj Ilr. .T. C". AtirX Co., Lowell,
Muss., I ,h. A.
hukl 1 1) all Hi unlets.
l'rkii $1 ; blx liuttloi fur 5.
Tons earl ot 37 Court l'lac. now at
' TlTt.'jhlrJ .nj'iourth. LOlliSVllIBjlLj
A r'cu-avrt? st4ue?Ktl ml Wilf quUIJl LbikiaU. ao4 tix
laowt tioca)tf uj, LU irftfliotj will lrvt.
Speroiatorrliea and Ixnpolenc.fi .
u Un rwitlt f icir U4 lu yonta, twiukl icm Ii m
utitTjntt uffUiir cft.tmt, tul iroltKlDf stuir tbiu
tuiD(cn.ii trrarll hrmiol ruilitium (ulfa aiui
.01 L- U f. !,), DltuiwM ef MuLi, IirUv J-in-iy, tof
Vr(.llxr flunk, mi fir, AtnIoiiWHoclirsftUJtUl,
Coufdils of Il-ii, i tt Piul ftr, itttuUnin
tnrrlke uiiro,4-r ttr t.titirr, r tLMvuiU bJ (.tfu-tv
UfMnL SYPHIIi IS IWU..I, i-f4 tisiitft.
OLm'iSff " ?$ . Gonorrhea.
'",'.'" ,"""!l''",1""" qsklljssr!.
tsas.nlaclMi,f dlM.M. ftb4 msust UwsmbiIi ssss.
!ly, squires mil .kill. Ph.akl.Bl kb.wlstu.li fMl slut
rK.niu.sl .,.j u uj t.r. tut llUliss,s,.SI.SIUl
IS ili . V ".'"'. wHil ss es r-si ulin.it
teavtix,:aat,l ta " Ctk"'
e-wsswiUs ismeslly of If Wusr. w is Istll.i .
PRIVATE flnmnriiiv ' ' Vl
Of asl f ss, smiI 10 toy ad4rM. esswralf tMUd. fur eisrss
B""- """H K rest t, la iaasTts slifT
W Im be. a. M. tt r, k teMetTs it S 'tltt