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.lttflusO Itonnel was art
Mlu dimming, of E
pjiudl lonii'jny ITwt ere
Dr. .1. W. Murrlw
BCIItlR Witgrnn ol I
Mr. P. A. Behind
eslcd tills iiiKrniDR
at Miiin tlrtcl, gun
ning. .1 liaf, heeii nppointed
b0. 0. 0. A I. Unllwny.
hy serious illness
HVCntlO, IS ''",
In li confined la tho house
iiml litis lcn for n tiny or
.. Andrews, of South (Jlldon
ting Mentis la WnpiAoncln,
Kirkpntrlck nnd her lister, Mina
It; It tor Now York City ibii
nilly Wood to! the gem of
ntnetbyet ring In thi' Arcade tills
Hiuhnell went to Oicclnnftli this
.oy, on bulne of the State Kifcutivo
lies I.ockwood, who has been the gnrjt ot
o SlUwea VTardur, of East Digh ttrect, for
le past month, returned to her home In I'ldl-
ailelphln this morning.
Mlsd Mny Uowmivn, ol KeriiclilF nvemio,
eutettalned her friends with a very delightful
enrd party Inst evening, in honor of her
guest, Miss Helen Ttcdgers, of Dayton.
Mls9 Jennie Mitchell, who has been the
Kucstof Miss Mary Cnssily.ol N'orth I.lmestoiiB
street (or the pist two weeks, leaves this even
ing lor Scranton, I'enniylrnniii, to rpi nd the
rest of the summer among relatives there.
There nre a few interesting cases In Mayor's
court this afternoon. Oorge Miller and .Si.
(!reen, for their cutting scrape ; Worthington
nnd Shivers, the co.l thieves; and several
others out of the ordinary line ol "Drunk
aud Dls." are on the docket.
Nine members of Oonncil attended a meet,
ing In (JomuiitHo of the Whole last night,
Wm. Oonklin chairnun and Solicitor Snru
meri secretary. It decided to accept Mr.
Mast's proposition, reported last Tuesday
night, lor a test ot the Mitchell hill water
Bupply. The report of the coioniitUo will he
made next Tuesday night.
Secretary A. 0. Huffman, of the li. A. It.
eiecutivo committee, has gone to Cincinnati
and tonight will attend the meeting ot (!eo.
II. Thomas l'ost, 0. A. It., to ascertain ap
proximately how many from Cincinnati will
attend the encampment. Ho will also make
arrangements for a supply of army cone
books (or use at camp fires aud regimental re
I.nKoiMlA IT. Jl. Cliurrh Election.
The annual election of class officers aud
delegates to Annuel Conference will be held
on next Sunday morning after tho sermon.
Printed tickets will be used. All membera
of the church are desired to be present.
Ycsterdiy raorniug iiuite a serious accident
occurred on South Markit street. Joseph
Turpington, a white boy residing on Oben
chain alley, and Fred. Williams, colored,
somewhat younger, were "iooling" toeether.
trying to throw a knife and stick it in a
bourd at a distance. Turpington asked leave
to try to throw it at Williams, aud gave it a
fling, strikiug Williams just under the left
arm, glancing ell" a rib and sinking in the
region of the heart. Williams was taken
home at once, and Or. Harry was summoned
to attend his injuriej. The wound will not
prove dangerous unless inflammation sets in.
Ills Mi Kami Concert.
The following programme has been pre
pared lor the liig Six Bind Concert, at the
Grand Opera House tonight, I'rot. John
1. Aria from lUnando Iljr IMmluir.no
2. The Hug-uollcn lly Meyerlftr
11. The Amazone Overture llyKiealer
1. O, Can It Ho Ily Tito Mattel
.solo by Mr. 1. E. MonUnus.
i bonatlne Uj Kiesicr
, , HlgBliiJuartctte.
3. Tlie &UrBingle.l IJanuer, wltli Brilliant
Variations By (j. drolo
llano solo by Mr. Ch. Bauer.
I. The Herdsman's Sonnilay rV,n By Kreuer
, Bl six (Juarlctta.
b. lanlalle Vtum Beiniraiulde
lolln tiolo by Matter Willie Bautr.
1. 'ihelUcetn Ireland Ily Buyer
2. t'avallne from tho Op. Marie Budeoi
3. Marcli-Saxonlo By Itmglebtn
rioiiKhtnir Up rlfiuka.
The 1. 11. k W. passenger going east at 9:40
this morning created quite a little excitement
along Washington street. Ju3t west of town
the train struck a cow and injured the pilot
not to mention the cow so that it dropjed
a couple of inches nearer the rails. Krery
thir.g went all right, however, until they
struck the Center street crossing where the
pilot caught on the end ot n plank that was
sticking up and knocked the end oil the
plank, dropping the pilot still lower. They
attempted to come ou to the depot hut struck
another plank where the tracks are "flooied"
just in front of Simpson's coal ollice on Wash
ington street, and ripped up a half dozen
planks before the train could he stopped. One
ot the planks smashed a guard oil' the pilot
and another took a brace against a tie and
went crushing through the spark-arrester.
The debris was cleared very quickly, the en
gine side-tr-.'ked and the train scut on its
way without delay.
itow Caaa In Court.
In Common l'leajCourt today J.K. Mower,
as attorney (or Wm. Underwood, brought suit
lor $1,000 damages against police officers
James Norton and Fred, K. Mast. Under
wood alleges in his petition that
he was arrested on the 31st of
May last and violently handled
and thrust into the county jail, where ho was
kept, without Eullicient cause, lor the space
of two hours. The case was one of suspicion
only and the man w as released. He was
found In possession o( a lot of hams taken
lrom Leuty's smoke-house, but his statement
that the hams had been given to him proving
co.rect, he was allowod to go and the meat
returned to him.
John Nicholas, by his attorney, J, K
Mower, files petition aalnst Seth V, lllack
and others alleging that he owns a (arm In
Pike township adjoining that of defendants;
throuub which runs a swale, or ravine. That
defendants are constructing on their lands a
loree which causes the water, In
tead of passing off by the
natural channel to dani up, Hooding plaintiff's
lands In part to his great damage In their use
for growing crops etc., and proving Injurious
to health. He asks judgment against defeud
ant for $300 and an injunction requiring ro
luoval of tho cubanknicut.
THV. I'KVrLK ! IV TltlHVVK.
Ai-IIimi or Cltlen' 3ltllhK, fit tlie !1n
otS ttllli' 'lhl t''ormiiion on the Heath
ot Him, (Irani- tvminlltei' Aitointeil
to Arriinice tor li Memorial Herflcei
SilKiteliKlon of IttuliiMifl iitut 1fcrn
thins. Mayor Goodwin cull, published last even
ing, for a nice ling ot cititeus, at Ills otl'ue,
this uioriiing, to take appropriate action In
view of the death of General and cj-I'resl-dent
Omul, was responded to by nbont one
hundred gentlemen, representing all daises
of citizens, calling and political affiliations,
as well as old soldiers. The meeting was
called to order by tho Major at 10. Ui o'clock
and Dr. V. G. Ilryant chosen chairman. 0.
K. Folger was niado tccretary of the meeting.
In assuming his duties the chairman said
it wn3 appropriate some public notice uliuuld
bo Ihus taken of the mortuary event which
had just taken place and It was n personnl
gratification to himself that our people pro
pie proposed thus to honor the memory of
the great military chiettaln and representa
tive citizen. He called upon Mayor Good
win lor n luller statement of the object of the
The Mayor said two or three suggestions
hud been made (or carrying o:t the duty
contemplated In the call, the one meeting
with most general approval being the ap
pointment ot a comniitUe to draft resolutions
for presentation at a public imeting to be held
on tho day of the obsequies, but as these were
not to ho held (or two weiks, it might
not be emed wise to delcr the matter so
long a time. He hoped to see the citizens of
Springfield, as it behooves them, irrespective
of party, unite in carrying out any piano that
may be lormed.
M. U'Xeil Ilsip called for u statement as to
action already taken by tho G. A. H., in
order that, it desirable, the citizens might co
operate and name a committee to eonler with
the G. A. It. committee. Col. V. 0. Putnam
gave the information substantially as pub
lished in a report elsewhere of proceedings at
last night's mtetlug ot Mitchell Post.
Col. Wnlte was confident the O, A. It. and
citizens would act together cordially and
cheerlnlly in this matter. A public memorial
service seemed to him very appropriate
and the postponement of time for the (untral
would be no objection to holding such ser
vice on the same day, iiiatmuch as those tak'
klug part would thereby have the morn time
to prepare. He thought it would be well to
select a delegation ot citizens to attend in er.
son General Grant's funeral, and that it
would be the proper thing lor this meeting
to formulate a plan (or n public meeting, etc
Hev. A. I,. Wilkinson approved the Mayor's
suggestion, ami thought it probable memorial
services would be held throughout the coun
try on the day ol tho funeral. The sugges
tion was worthy of adoption, in that view.
Chaplain Delo Soke in the same strain and
lielieviMl services in two or more churches
would lcst accomodate the masses who would
wish to attend.
Hev. Dr. Marlay's opinion was that but one
meeting should be held in some such locality
ns Ferneliir cemetery, and that a committee
to select speakers, place of meeting, etc.,
should be appointed.
Col. W. J. White moved that a committee
ot five be appointed, with Mayor Goodwin
as ehairinan, as a general committeo of ar
rangements. Carried and the others named
for the committee were Col. W. J. White, F.
II. Hagan r.n., Uev. J. F. Marlay, I), f)., and
Geo. II. Vn'X.
Mr. Frey said tins meeting could with pro
priety take steps to ob3erve the ihy of the
funeral, and thought it should go out as the
sense of the meeting that all citizens be re.
quested to place upon their residence or busi
ne houses emblems ot mourning, those in
charge of public buildings being especially
urged to this. Also Hint business, nearly
as possible, be suspended and business houH-a
closed. A motion to this etlcct, making the
request, was passed.
Something being said as to a separate com
mittee on resolutions, on Hev. Mr. Wilkin-
son's motion the matter was referred to the
committee already appointed.
Un Chaplain Delo's motion, the meeting
adjourned subject to call ol the chairman of
Action or Ihe Committer.
The committee appointed by the cilizeas
meeting met Immediately alter the adjourn,
meat and adopted the following as the ordei
of eiercises for tho memorial services on the
death of (Jeneral Grant:
Thre shall meetings held at each of the
opera houses, the meeting at the Oram to be
presided crver by Colonel W. J. White, de
votional exercise's conducted by Revs, John
T. Hose and W. II. Webb. Prof, llurbank in
charge of tho music. Addresses to be de.
livered by I). 0. Putnam, George Arthur,
l'.sq., Oicar T. Martin, Ksq, Hev. S. A. Ort,
I). 1)., Hev. A. I,. Wilkinson, nnd 0. M. Nich
ols. Hesolutlous to bo re'ad by George II.
The meeting at Ilhick's to be ; resided over
by Mayor Goodwin, Hev. Jmepb Kyle and
Uev. Henry Tuckley to conduct the devo
tionnl exercise's. The epe-akers to b Judge
James S. Goode, Itev. Dr. Marlay, J. I,, Zlm.
merman, Judge John 0. Miller, It. F. Delo,
George C. Rawlins. Music in charce of A,
O. Hiillman. Resolution to be read by Frank
George II. Frey and F. M. Hagan were np
pjinteul to prepare tho resolutions. The ail
dresses ute to be limited lo five minutes each
Won la the IMghtli Imilnir.
The game of baseball at the West End
park yesterday afternoon between nines from
the Champion Malleable Iron worm and
Hast street shops was a remarkably well
played and interesting contest to the three or
four hundred spectators, who cheered good
plays lustily. Tbe Malleable! look the lead
iu the second inning and held It without a
break, Kist street scoring only the first and
eighth innings. Home errors were made, ol
eourse, but on the whole the fielding, espe
cially the iufield work, was sharp, while some
(air hatting was done, that ot the Kist street
being rather scuttenng hits, ejecpt in the
tighth inning, when they made a spurt iir
three runs, heljied somewhat bv errors on the
Hrndford nnd Iloganfor 'lie Malleable-Band
C'nvannngh and Miilhary for Fast Street,
pitched a strong game. The score by innings
is us follows:
lunlni: 12 8 I fi n 7 M 9
Malleablea I 1 II a n o n 1 o 6
Host Street 1 0O0U0U3 0-4
Harry Fisher umpired the gamei to general
satisfaction. This afternoon the winning
Malleablea are playing the liar and Knife
shop nine to decide the Champion chain
ploushlp, and will do their level best to
hold the lead so gallantly won.
Mrs. It. A, Htarkey will sail from Idver
pool on tho Germanic on tho 30th Inst.
GLOBE REPUBLIC. ITRLUAV EVTilSmG,
Mr. I'. G. Kiti'i, fiirein.ui of Hie I.ce
tonl.t Deinoor.it, l.octoni.t, Ohio, write!
" 1)K. S. 11. 11 MiiM.v,Cutiiinlnts Ohio,
Cicnllemcns Sonic tunc since, I lindticc.v
ion to doubt the iietiiilnenc'i of iuot ol
the articles tlialuppi'.ir in diiTcrctit pajHira
iniegarilltymir wondcifnl I'KuiNA,nnil
inv curioilty "Mi . I'i'ilt that I tlclcr
mined to write to one of the many pcoiilc
that claimcel to have been cured by this
medicine, nnil nccmelingly wrote to Jin.
J. V. Urvnohli, of New UUboti, this
county, nnil received tlic following reply?"
" I received your letter this evening, nnil
in reply woiilel say that I'kkuna, I lie
licvc, saved my life, mid 1 can not recom
mend it too litglity' for nil complaints it
is the best medicine In existence. It
scenn to help yon as you xwallow it. I
Mould advise any one sutTcrlng from my
complaint to take 1'kruma and he con
vinced. Yours truly, Mrs. J. W. Rey
nolds." Now, that's her card, word for
word, ami as I run well acquainted with
the lady, I do not believe she would lie.
It is truly wonderful how your medicine
docs tlo good.
James L. Mooncy, Prospect, Oliio,
writes : " Tor the past ten years I have
been sulTerlni! from comtipation and
dyspepsia, and all the evil effects that
accompany them. I was treated by a
number of doctors, nit to no cITcct. I
uscel several patent medicines, which did
tnc no gooel, ami nrxnit inrcc years ago i
was seized with a severe nervous trouble,
and was obliged to ijuit farming. I
thought my ttoys would s,oon lc over, hut
last winter i receivcii one oi your pain
nhlcls called the " Ills of Life' I at once
tried your I'kruna nnd Manalin.
They helped mc rigiu away, i mcci nino
bottles of I'erun a and thrceof Manalin;
and now I am quite well, nnd able to
resume farminir. I also had a little child
which was nttacked with a severe cramp
in tlie stomach; we thought it would go
into spasms. I u-e-d nothing hut Pkkun A.
Vc gave it an injection of Peku.va and
warm water, andgave it a teaspoonful of
the medicine internally every Hall hour.
It was relicve'd in one hour, and has not
been bothered since. I have also used it
with as good cffn.1 in cue of ctoup and
colds. I know that it 19 a wonderful
medicine, and recommend it to all wlio
are in poor health. The above statement
I am willing to swear to."
V. M. Plants, Deep Valley, Greene
countv, Pa , writes- " Please send me
your book on the ' Ills of Life.' I have
used onclxttleof I'liHUNA.and riii great
Purer sail tM by all ilrngdils. l'rlee l.im
irbotlle, li Iwltlea B.I"I. K you connet Get
it (rum your driwglM, we will pena It on receipt of
regular prleo. niirerr you buy It from your
ilrurelat. ''"' " '" hain't it 'lo not be reuadcd
to try noinethhiK rle, but onler from m at onee as
directed. h II. IUkima.s .1 Co.,
AitnKi) to the nuri.iv.il r..
IV, irk or the e.'llj It, mi, I ,,r
Ilnlr h MUllun InrrpnRo
Mr. Wm. Keid, secretary o! the city board
of equalization, completed the records of the
work of the board yesterday, which only
await formal approval by that liody to close)
operations tor this jear. Tbe report speaks
for itself and tor the eejualr.ers lietter than
columns of commendation sinh as a news
paper could give, and it may lie said further
that it is no fault ol the boerd that the in
crease is not much gre-nter still. It is worthy
ot note, also, that the Ninth ward is tbe only
one in which no return is made of new struc
tures missed bj the assessor, the Fourth ward
coming next with $1,800 only. The report
of tbe board as thus made to the county
auditor shows the following additions nnd re
ductions by nnrds:
MISS1NO llKTUlt.NU OK rKESO.NAI. I'UrirKltTV.
Klnt Ward S ST.IIO
.N'ion.1 Vtard ., 11,115
TUIr.l Ward I.'..'J"I
Fourth Ward s,M',
riftli Ward y,7j)
With Ward 3T,,.V0
Hmentli Ward 8,ri00
Kliilith Ward 3,!iU)
Mulli Ward I'iO
AOOITIONS MAD TO l'KIISONAl. KklUU.Si.
lirt Ward J I0.7IVI
eeeoilJ Ward 6,'J'iO
Third Ward tr,,:
Fourth Ward 7,H'i
Fifth Ward 1.1 "Ml
Hlith Ward 01,115
Hxn-nlb Ward 8,UV)
eighth Ward V)0
Ninth Ward S.K70
.kW sritUCTI'RKS ANII AODlr.USS MIS9I.O 11V
First Man! 9 5 1,isj
Herond Ward ... 8 t.,(io
Third Ward Hi t.ictl
Fourth Ward . 1 l.seill
Filth Ward 31 .0,1 10
(sixth Ward 17 e.iam
Hpventh Ward 'tl S,10i)
i:iill.th Ward 1'j 7,100
Ninth Ward none
Mln.fd ronal property SI 10,71,0
Additions to ptraoiial property lou"5
Near htrotturii, etc., iuUd M.IIjO
Total ariprabieiiirjito! ut-w ittruituri'a . ... .MVSO
Additions to real f.lalo 'J.l.sll
Total reduutloliH niude 'J7,7U
Set calu to duplicate H.s.lio
Of the reductions, $34, r,34 v,ete errors ot
as.essors, making the net amount of reduc
tions by the hoard $33,04 a.
leniocriill' Stulo Convention,
The Democratic Suite Central (Jommittee
met at Coluitbus last night and by a close
vote Iwtwi en that town, (Jineinnati und To
ledo, sele-cted Columbus as the plaie nnd
Wednesday und Thursday, August 10 and '10,
as tho time tor holding the State Convention
of 1885. Two districts were not represented
at the meeting and live others by proxies of
which 0. W. Conatantine nnd "Judy" Aron,
ol this city, held two. Constantino is one
of the committee on apportionment of dele
gates, the ratio agreed upon being one to
every 250 votes for Cleveland last fall.
In tho L'lllloil Sinter Mjinei l.Vj.UM)
niiltis of ruilroacl tr.ie-k nru now bml
nnil this rusts on :!'jii,0j,(j(Kj tie, thu
product of ;i,'ji;i,(ii)(i aciv.s, M ,uu:l
larifpr than thu Stuto of (Juiincoticiit
and 1 Hindu Island. Thirty ynars aro
rciitiiriMi te (,'iow trous uf siiitablo size,
and tho avuruu lifo of a tio it bovon
years; theroforu l(i,'J7l,i:'0 acres of
Krowinfj forest aro iiuoiIimI to htijiiily
thu uuntiul eloniaiiil of tho roads that
now ovist. Tim foinst area Is larger
than Now Hampshire, Vermont and
.Massatdiiisntts. And, inasmuch as thu
inilus of railroad are) growing evory
year, this calculation shows In an ini
tirtissivo way tint eloniunds whieh our
iorusts will bo uallcd upon to meet for
this ouo item alone.
Tho inliahitants of Coediln Chinn pro
fur rottun uggs to (rush onus. Tho
Tonqiilncso u ml tho InliahitanlH of
MnUagasoar jirofer locust to tho linost
lish. In Australia a joeid fat gull
would ho nrufurroil tti auylliiii,' elso; in
tint Wost Inelius n largu euleiiillar
foutiil on tho palm Iron is considered a
luxury, wliili) tho edible nests of thu
Java swallows atei .so rich a dainty that
tho Iiiirretiionts of u tlisli would cost
Tho tramps aro ooniplaliilii"; that
thu business Is lamonlahly uvurilouo.
Thoro nru a liiindred mun now whore
llicro was onu liftoon years ago.
Besides an extraordinarily large (jeneral lino of Slippers, I MAGNOLIA NEWPORT, of Curacoa Kid with qlove kid
nmliiifinttiM ill fimllinn rfnoinho iiia 111 tin Inn JvAlfntifi tir awIma 'inn m.1 iil-i .. r. "
oiiiuianiit) an in in ucoiiiuo,
fine noods :
BUTTON NEWPORT, with black alligator top and kid fox
ing. Very fine.
LACE OXFORD, with russet soal 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
Concern I ni: Miist.ieliei.
"Mustaches aro elillVre'tit," said tho
barber; "somo aro pliant and silky,
wlillo others aro still' as bristles. A
man who wislios a geed liuistaeho
Riioulil novor allow a razor to touch it.
Thou ho will always bo Jprouel of it,
providing ho has good halr-gfeiwing
powers. Young inou havo it foolish
Itltia that shavltigfreiiuently will haston
tho growth of thu mustache, but its only
ulloct is to make it liko a hearth brush.
"lSald-headctl men have, as a rule,
tho host growth of hair ou tlioir faces.
It sccnis to bo tho way nature has of
compensating them for whatthuy want
nbovo. Somo men can never grow a
decent mustache; it looks liko two rat
tails, Such men should fall baok on
itlo whiskers." -V. '. Sun.
Tho Yaquls hold thoir titlo from tho
king of Spain and do not recnguiu the
republio of .Mexico. No taes or im
ports aro lovioil on them, or if lovied
they havo not boon collected. They
aro a harely, agricultural race, lning
on small patches of feitile soil on tho
Yafjui rivor. Thev i-teal stock when
an opportunity oilers, but they havo
rarely in the last few years committed
any murders. C'ajonio, their chief, is
of fair education for Mexico, and is a
stern ruler, lie has absolute eoiittol
over them. The nations coiiibint.il
number oer fifteen thousand, of which
at least live thousand aro adult males.
Their principal arms ate bows, at rows,
spears, ami a three-cornered bludgeon
niado of irouwooil. Some of tho arrows
are poisonous. 'I hey also carry a pow
dered Mono in small sacks, Used by
tliKtii to throw in the eyes of thoir ud
wro.irios. Kvcry Afghan bolioves that ho is nn
Israelite. The tradition is that tho Af
ghans aro descended from King Saul.
Their physiognomy is Hebrew. They
ceinio 1 rum tltosu regions where wo
might expect to lind remnants of a He
brew race, and many of their names
aro Hebrew. Yrkotib, .Incob; Ayoub,
Job; Musa, Moses; Ibrahim, Abraham;
Ishak, Isaac, are names fouuil iu the
piosent Ameer's family.
The old nnd young nnfl good-looking, all
will call for one of those handsome e-ards to
morrow, eutillcd Maud at the l'iatio. Mil
ler's Arcade Tea Store.
Itnu Line Notice.
The (J. C. ('. .t I. It'y. Co. will run nspf-ciul
eicursion lo Ibiyton and Soldiers' Home on
Tuesday, July 2H. Trains will h-ni e Spring
field at 8:40 a. in.; returning will leave Day
ton at 5 p. in. Fare for the round trip to
Dayton and return only 50 cents. Tickets
from Iayton to Soldiers' Home and return
will be on sale on the truin at 25 cents ad
ditional. Train will be run direct to the
Homo without change. Tickets will be on
sale at the Ilee I.lnc Arcade ticket ollirenn
and alter Saturday, July 25. Ample aeeom
modntioos will lie furni hen (or all. Itemem
her the date, Tuesday, July 28.
A.J. Smith, (i. II. Kmuht,
(I. I'. A. Ticket Agent.
I-'roet lrn I Fn-i- t
Maud at the I'iauo, tomorrow, July 25, to
all buying hall pound ol ten or one pound of
coffee. Miller's Tea Steire, 51 Arcade.
On Sunday, July 20, iho I., 11. fc. V. rail
way will run a special eimision train from
Springfield to I.inllow l-'a 1 1 s and return, leav
ing Springfield at Si.10 a. m., returning leave
l.udlow Falls at 3:30 p. rn. Fare for the
round trip, only 75 cents. Fill your basket
nnd enjoy a cool pleasant day in the woods
I). II. Kocii.-,, Agent.
All children receive one free. Those beau
tiful cards given away freo tomorrow at Mil
ler's Arcade Tea S'ore.
Itoom No. S, Arcade liulldlne, Hwon.l Floor,
THE COLLEGIATE SCHOOL
A Home ami bar School; prepares Imya (or anr
illKor8claotliic Seliool. (ierwan ami l'rili
taujjlit liy c.)ierriatlon without aitra charge. I'rl
mary. I'lejiaralory and Colleglato (irades. Mill,
RIX & LEWINSKY,
270 Auburn Street. Ml. Auburn, CINCINNATI, 0.
CI I VI I., MKOIMNIOAI.AMI MIM.M1 :.V.
tHNDr'.ltlMl at the Ilmiaaeliifr I'olt-li-clinlc
Insihiil.-.Truv, .V. V. 'I he oult-.ti o
glrieerlnir nrhool In America. Neat term l.evlu
Heiitcm U-r lis. 'I he ItrirUter for 1S85 conlaliu a
Hit of lliegradiutua for the 'at ality-one )fari,
altli llmlr ikmIIIoih; al.o coumu of atudy, re.
leilrementa.fiiiPDiea, etc. Aihlresa
HAilll M. eiUKI'.M:, Dirrrtor.
flllli: uniierlgneil have tldmlay foriiieslaro-tiarl-J
nerilili. for ll.o nraeilce of law uei.ler the firm
name of llowman 4 llfjviiian, (siirlngfielJ, (llilo.
n. a. Kowuax,
June lri, 1833.
3 HIE tinilenlynril have llili day lormed a eo
arnenlili (or the ra tlr of law. (llt,eo at
o. M, l.l ilaln atrrm, Hiielnttlleld. Ohio.
ejoiluir J'rraatara Ilacay. S.rtouaDibilitii. lt
Maakooil, Actiarlna triad In vain avr kuowu
rmnad.liaidiKoored a ulinplomainiolxlf-oura.
I'h ".t'l"""!.l'Kf M tohl.f.llow-.oir.r.ra.
JULY 24 18B6
tto uaiu uic iu.iuvtii.ij oAtia
our stock enables us to suit all classes of purchasers and to furnish every style and
PARSONS, 26 S. MARKET ST.
I'lTV CI.KItK'H III l'lt'l-:, I
Sirlii,TIelii,Olilii, JnlyiKil, IMC. (
At a mietlliK ot Die (uini-ll of miIiI uty,
belli on thi2IMIiet , it quorum bednit Uinnt,
Hie r,-llow 1 ntr riiolutiiiii wainileiiteit 1
Kewilved, lly Ibo ('llyroinio.il n( Hie lltvuf
H t.rl n k.'licl 1 1 , Ol i to, two Iblnlaiif the lnenil'ie
elected thereto concuriliiK, Tliat It l lines
mi. mill Unit It liitemla In iiihko four iutllo
linproveiiiiiitH by coiiktrtictlnu tbe M'wer
lieieliiatterdeicrilii'il.accorillnK to the pliiiia,
profile nnil iiclflenllniiH llieiefiir em llle In
the ollice of the City t'lvll ICnxlueer, ricoiiled
In the ollice of tho City Clerk, ami open In tbu
liiaprrtlnn of ml imrlles InK n-Mi'il, nnil Hint
tlin aald Newer In Ihubewcrillatrlel herein
nttor dei-erllKil niiIiI sewer uiul sewer ills
trlrt lielinr part o thu phili nnil syKtem of
MiwcinffP riM-anlil city llerelolore uilopte-il liy
Council nre required unit nre hereby teli;
nut eel (or Immediate Use. Hnld aewer li e!e
scribed as follows, vlr.
ComniencliiK at the liitersictlon of l'oster
street lth Mulli street, unit runnliii; llienee
In, ulniiK nml upon l'esler street north lo tho
liileneplliigscHLi-ileslj!iiatnl on tlieplan of
sewers tor snhl city heretofore adopted liy
Council, as 1 lug- soulb of m.rt nearly pjrallil
with the ueuenil couro of lliick Creek, x
teiulliiR wett lo tlm corporation line, with
which intercept Ini; sou er sahl sewer ladeslt!
liated to connect.
Kald hewer la In the (Ircen Mount Sewer
Klktrlcl, nr Sewer District No. 2, the linunilii
nos or which nre as follows, viz: tin the
north nnd noitliwest tlie center line of (tuck
Creek nnd the corpoiot Ion line: on Iho onM
tlieeirpnrotion line; on tho south the north
llneor IIIkIi tieiit,mid em the west the east
ii.... .., Mn.t..., . .......
'Die plans anil sjie-o llentions required liy!
ibw mr ine' coiisirijciioii or sani sew els niiMi
been pripare.il,iiuil nro on file In thoolllre of
thn City Civil iiniilueer for examination mid
Inspectlo'i by parties lntoriled, mid Council
will heur said pintles ut lis re-e;iihir iniiitliiK to
ne ueiu in tno eiiiincii cnmnlieror snld city
ou the tstli day of August, A. I). 1S.S5, niiii
iiietieliiR nth o'clock p, m.
'the City Clerk Is bereby directed to publish
tills resolution in a iiuw-snapi-r of i;eiienit elr
culiilloii In tho corporotlon lor twocoiisecu
1'. I'. MAST, I'r.iililent.
Attest J. h. Hui-.wAi.TliK, City Clerk.
Itesolvesl, That In the nplulonnltwu-tlilids
or the iiicnihciseloctrd to the Council of the
City of sprliiKllehl, Ohio, II Is necessary nntl
that sahl Council Intends to Improve Statu,
Marltetmnl t-'actory stie-ets, by eoiistriictltiK
these we.s berelnafter dcucrllied, are-onllin;
to the plans, prollles mid -.pecllli-iillulis
therefor onlllolii tho oltlco of the civil Kn
irlneer mid open to tho Inspection of all par
Said sewtra are de-scribed as follows, viz-
1st. On Main street from Limestone stieet
to Kos'i r stieet.
2d. On .Main street from itecbanlo to .Mill
:M. (.hi Jlaln strict from .Mechanic street to
Itb. On Market street from Main stieet to
.Mill Item sewer.
5lh. On Kuctory stieet from Jeilcrsoii stieet
to Main strict.
The expenses of said Improvements und
the ilumiu! due on account Ibt-nsjf to he ns-sesse-d
pe-r flout fool llion tho proierty abilt
tlne thereon, iice-ordlui: to tho law mid ordl-liaue-osou
Ihosuhjt-ct of nises-iiteuts.
(Juuncll will, al lis roiihii meatiiiKtobo
lield In tlie Council (hmntiei of snld city on
tlm Dili la of August, iss.",, comineiiclUKiit
So'clockp ni oral Its Mist rcKUlar tiuet
lnB tliireiifii-r, hear pnrtlt-s luterc-sted In nny
of said sewers,
Tlm City ('Ink Is hereby illrectwl to publish
this resolution for two cousi-cullve weeks.
l'asveil July 11, ls.v.
P. I'. Mahi, President
Attest : J. H. HllKWALTkR, Cltv Clerk.
ttesoliesl, That In thenplnlon of two ttilrdu
or the nieinhi rs eliclesl to the City Council of
the (lly of KprlnKllcld.Ohlo, It la necessary
nnd It Intends to improve the nllev between
I.tinesloiieiind Sprliu; strueta, and running
north from Main street to Nortti street, liy
Kruillni,' the smup, and pavlntrlt with boul
ders, In accordance wlih thoprofllea and spe
etflcntlous tUoieforou llle tti the ollte-ei of tbu
The expense of snld Improvement to be as
sesstsl per front foot upon Ihoproperty ntuit
tlUK thenon as ibow-u liy the plat ou Die In'
theofllceof the Civil Kiiulneer, and aecord
Inuto law and the ordinances of said city.
The nsM-ssineuts therc'or lo he, paid In one
Installment, und collected as provided by
law, and In Iho nssissmeut ordlmince here
tiller to bo piissid.
The Cliy Clerk U hereby dlrectnl to pull
llsh this resolution for two consecutive
Passed July II, IKH3.
1' I'. Mast, President.
Attest: ,1. H. KlihWAi.riu, City Clerk.
SPRINGFIELD WATER WORKS
NOTICI'. TO CON'IIIACTOUS.
(JKAI.K1) l'HOl'OSAI.S will be rerclvesl by
I J the Trustees n( Water Works of the City ol
r'prliulleld.tJhlo, at their ollice In said city,
until 12 o'clock noon of Tliuriilay, Almost
titlt, lsxi, rtirfuriilshliiK nnd Inylin-oiiecast-Iton
lnttuent dIiw.iv luetics linllameter, unit
npproxluiaiely H.r) lineal h-et, mid welKhlnx
npproiiinatuly l.'ll iwiunils per foot, with tbe
necessary special costing vutvet nnd apnur-tenauee-K.
Alio, for ouo receiving basin, iipprnilliiali
ly "Jkix 0 feet plan ami lr, fet deep,
Tlio ni-ccKiiiry ilriiw-liiKs, upeclflraitlons,
forms of inoposiila and foriusor contrail will
Im rciuly (or thu use of bidders fioui and iifler
AllKIIHl 1st, ISA").
The TriiUeii-xpiiissly reserve! Ibo right to
icjectaiijr or all bids.
.1. II. '1 HUM AH,
, , Trtlateei.
J. I). Cook. Toleilo, i).,CnnsnltliiK Kiiglnecr.
fprlngnehi, Ohio, July Ihtli, 1KM.1.
MONEY TO LOAN.
tl,5t, ),'!. ?!, li. Wlllinni 11.
'MWW llutlniaii, llroker, Heal l.itato nnd I'e-u
alon At rn I,. a; South Markit strut.
tANTKO A )ounp nurse Rlrl.
uiaieiy Bl 101 . columoia.
UrAN'Ji;i TO lti:.ST-A plcn-untly hK.ate.1
II hoiiu'id lx to rllit nsinis. Ono llh uusl
em liiiiroTt-iiiuii and K""d yard desired. Will
male li-nse on rlslit prurtr. Addresa 1'. H. I',,
I.VIIt KAI.U -(lumrilirrtliliiK tlaehliio ami l.u
I (Ine In I'rfiiei order. Will hoaold very eheai ,
(JjII at James drUeoU'i Kona Vm.
I,'()ll AI.K myelin. 1'eirty to filly good arc-md-T
li mid hu.'s'les, iihactuna, (rrlj;i- and jimet
HaKona u( nuroan make, (heap. The Jaa. llrla
(oll'a h'uia Co,
LiOll HAI.i: -The tino brick home, No. 10 N. I'luiu
T alreel, u( inruomi, with nil uiodi-ru couveul
i-nieaj iiIikj, atahle, carriage houau ami other out
buildings. Inijulro at promises for particular,
oral PJI W. Main atru-t.
LiOll HAI.rr-Uefnaliinent and auiiiaciiieiit prlv
T lleca (or (J A. It. Kncarapiiinil, HiK-nee-'a
i. rove, All hlda iniiat 1 In by July ,;0, Crank
JJOII HA I.TiS-AfcilflA It I.A WN IA ItJI , TTmTiTT.
I" No. 1 mbuiai, Apply to It. I. llolinau on
l)lM)s.rUTIN(J A'n'OltNI'.V.-rieTedifr Willi!
I lll l.eaiandldala for I'msecullne Atlorui-y,
ulijert hi the decision of the Clark Coun y Iti
publican Couveullon to he liM Auuat I, tstj,
I will bea(andldat(.ir rt-eln-tlnn to the miic,
of I'rosseutliii! Attorney, aubjei t to the dcclaion ol
Iho lU-puhllean County (Souveutlon,
nUOSKCuf IN(I ATaTlHNKY-J. (lulKord Tv'Tdte
I l aUlltll.latA 111 I'so.i,. ..I I..,. !..- ..a
Jcc t Ut tlif ilecUIon of the HcpubUctn (bounty Con
nntlou U bo titlJ TuctHlay. Auguit i, Wit,
iuji .tllU imiUUIOn llUIlOnS 01 pOIISnOU StCel.
EMPRESS SANDAL, with
LACE OXFORD, of Curacoa Kid, hand-turnod.
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 Children.
3NTOT7V IJSJ THE TI3VC33
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES!
MKIo'm Soluble I'Iip )Ii, Ilio IichI iion-pnlsonotis llcotUiilor nnd DMiifcc
latit kimwii. It Iiiih Jiis lieeii ptoiioiiiiccd In lie lliroc tlini-H nitiro tioHorful iliitn
niiy other illxliirrclniit In Ilic iimrket by (be ('((.MMIITi:!: OX IH.SIM'HTANTS
or the Amerlciin I'tihlle Health Axmh lutloii ii'tfiilly In session al the .loliii Hop
kins' riihersllj, llalllinorr, lor It'.sllnj,' foiiiiiii-rrliii tllslnfcctaiilM. Sold In tioc,
oUc, and Ijll buttles.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
IVo. lill iOllHl
R. P.Willis & Son,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
- - 1 ! fcj '" ........... .- .... . . ... iiiiij'iiur rs
IHI3 WHISKEY SHOULD ES F0U1ID CN THE SIDSBOAED CF EVERY FAMILY
IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL. '
HO NOT III-: lIi(TIVi:i. Vy imir-bt-, ami flrnc-rs who do not hm,- Iinflj'H Inro
r:.i!t V.!ilsi.f j In Mliirh.atti i e t silm olT onctn-tnnii rs. v hlskeyot their -junli jtrl'iiij, which
lieltiKofuu Inferior Kradu aud ndiilh raUsl, pays Ihein u InrRcr prollL
ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER
SOLD DY ALL FIRST-CLASS nnUCCISTS AND GROCERS.
fieiuliiseoiirnililn-saniiilwenillinalllxMl.contiliiliir'viilunMelnroniiatloii Man,,,!, o,irl :.,tllc
-nt to any Address In iLn Vnllrsl Stntesiliu-t ..fthe Itis-sv Mountains!, ueciln ly j.t,rkr,l In plain
disc, l.j-.r,i riri,- ,ir.-;.l, n ,.. ,,t r SftX.aCS or Sli Ilotllcs nut fr SiO.OO
DUFFY M< WHISKKY ClU Baltimore. Mtl.,U. S. A-1
Waukesha is a Charming Summer Resort
ON Till: ( IIM'.UJO, MlMVM'Ki:.: ami ST. l'AII, und C. ,. X. W. It'VS.
Tho "Woll-lvnowii "C,ueon oi Wa.trH,'"
Itelgna alone atnon NAT THAI. DM "I II C TA III.K WATK1M. lis numerous couipclllorH have, one
afle-r another, fallt-n nay until il 1i.m no rind, 'i lie only sjirliiBa In Waukesha that remains at oils
l(-iiix-raliire, muuiiier and winter- I. e., tsdej-n-e.
'the Memorandum of Ihe (oral (iovrrnmi nl Hoard, KukIiiiiI, July n, twt "If any taint, howmcr
small, ol luei-cllve uiule-ri.il eta auesa to nvlla, or oilier source-el drinking waler, it iuparta tu enor
mou, vnluiiie-aof Maler lie- powe-r of propagating dIeaio."
Ilr. John C. PetiTB, M Ma-llMin ave. saya. "When the typhoid germs gela Inlo drinking water, they
ncreaai) i-normoiilly, and reproduce the diiasn In various Maya." Ne-w York Herald.
'I ho Dangers ol ili-allh ll.-wrla '-No nmoiinl of piitn eioan nlr In the lungs can nculrullro tho bid
etteeta of pointed wati-i in the sloinaeii."- N'cm York Ik-rald.
"Ilieldiuel," JuneSOauJ Jiil-7.tv.,sjya: "Wider la tlie great carrier ol tho Invective germs,
pure nuter should l avuilablo at all seasons; hut this ts especially necessary In Harm weather"
Impure, Wells, lleallh Commissioner Ituymond, lliesiklyn, reports: "Mncu e begun our inspection
of '.".J miiiiii ells e have closed alioul 1 al. '1 he ulcr Is until for human conmiiiiptlou. Theie aro
1 III ells yet In pilatonie, aliout -1) u( wlih-h are gwsl, heliig free fiom linptirltlea."-New York Herald.
Ilepirlsof tlie 1xal (ioiernment lloar.1, Kiiiflninl. "Of 1 IJ cpJ.lcmicB of I vpliold feiera ohieru-,1 In
various loenllllea, in IJ'i iiise-a the plduiilc had no oilier ile-lcriulning ciuso Oian the ute o( viater con
taining luiliurille-a "
New York Herald. "Pure nater la of more Importance than pure milk."
WAUKKHHA (il.CNN is ev?ryv,nere klion us the great IMiuy, HliMrr rrn.l lllnMrt Cnr. In-iliirsi-il
liy medleal profession. Address T. II. JlltVAM', Watikealu, Wis.
Popular Summer Resort !
Olrertlv on tlio Main I.ineot the
Now York, I'emi. .VOIilo Hnilioiid, .Mid-
wnj IlctnrPii Cliieliiniill
nnd New York.
Highest Navlgahle lklyol Water on the Cuntl
licnt 1105 Keel Above tlio Oeean und In
i't-et Above I.aku t-rte, Uistauro
CLIMATE PURE AND INVIGORATING!
'J Im Luke la 2'J inllen lnntf an-l fmm one lu fUu
inlleH wide. J.aLoniHxl, i'ulvuua, drl HUh,H l'ulnt,
Hpiiium l'olut. Jiav View, liavonwu-Hl, Martlu'u
Vlnoyar-i, Kairpotut ancl l'olut Cliautaurjua ar
mil on e Iho dlllurcnt rewirts tm tlm U'ikf. patron
rul hy iiimmer viultora. There aro good Itutela at
The Famous Chautauqua Assembly
lliu U hpadriuarterM at ChautatHiia I.ahc hikI
convene in July unit Aujfunt ol evt'ry year, lno
of thu most ixjpular n-aoitv on tfco lko Is
Here allpasseni-erlralnaol the New York, IVnn
tyltanla aud Ohio railroad Hop dtirlnir, the. season,
It LeluK tlieChaiitauipiaI,akeHtatlon,and thudls
trtrititluK jHilnt (or the entire Lake. 'I hero are
two hole-la ul likuHood, Loth helnij of Imuieiii-e
ale, capable) of accommodatini: rivu hiindrel
Kiieataeidi. Nuingrotii steamers are constantly
plying Hie Lake traiiiiortlnic visitors to all points,
those In search of a pleasant reaort lo spend Iho
Hiimmer moulha cannot ilijil a more comeiuc-nt or
dellnuKul place than l.ate Chautauqua,
Via New York, l'ennsylvanla am! Ohio Itallmad,
aro on aalei at all local nations and at slallons of
en Reeling Hues (rom June ll,eoo-l tor return un
HIHe,lciiiber30lh. A. i: CI.AIIK,
urn I rusaVer Aeent.
V. I'AINU.tlen'IKnp't e h
BEN. FRANKLIN'S .
Maxims Illustrated !
A riNI! KMIIIAVIMa.tiUlU llulies. Sold hy
subscription only, lly mail, r.lte. f-ellaon alKht
iiierynliere, I'lrat clasa canvass' ra only ol both
aeaes. Inn j,er rent, profit Kend (or diarrlidlm
clriular. Address 1-It AMI I, IN ll.l.in.
TltATIlll, IliriiiiilliriUlllHtreKt, lliieiklj n,
' (Olfice hours, H u II A. M.)
I B-.Tholkt durational a'UanttuoiotT.T.,
Il .--,-......-,.i.. . q,,, ituiiiij ailIVIIIB
al I he nut term 111 Collar and Alaulriuy I.
cUvuiUr 1Mb, CutaluKuea ae-iit on aiiullealluu.
sirlfi Imttnns nnrl f.inr.v nnr.
Mill ii Hlreol.
t'llutit'flu tfllt,n ..I f V..C. .u.
mrrTf i.v n mh at tii I'll ..'icj-.i,. t'tt..t .
lull nro ruilit, tlun iro ulirnd, Is an lin.
pin hint ir:i( Ileal iid.i(.'e w Iiiih htmllM lie
reiiu inhere d 111 tlio uueli:se of it nicille-liio
fur tlio Mood. AjciN isursiiparllla Is a
lilijlily e-emrenl ruled and imwirful altera
tive. It Is universally ue-Uiiuivledj,'i d tulio
the liet-t Mood purifier. W. V. Mcltoli,
t2n'as.ldiij,'tiii t,t Itoslon, .Mass., writes:
"After nifferln;,' for Heveral yenr.s, wltli
Indigestion, I was mlvlxd nnd Induced
AjcrV Harniparllla, I have i;reatly liu
proved. My lirattli was never lietter lliaii
at present." Annie .whisky, 00 KlaliiM.,
ItriMiklyn, N. Y.,kiys that she took Ay r't
Sai-Miparllla for u tumor In tho Ihri'iat
(inllro and, after uliiK It for lliren
Kins tioulded wlih (ioltie fliniilil try this
inedlehie. i:il Cainphell, Hooker, l'a,,
wtlle.s: "lly the-use of
I was Hired eif hip joint disease,"
l'reparedhy Ilr.d.f . A51 i-A- C'n., Lowell,
.Mas,., . x. A.
Hold liy all Jlruj-t-isU-.
Tilco $t; Hlx bottles for $5.
I or 1 j years ot 17 Court Vive, now nt
r.ul.rlr .lac.u.l ,t,l i,., iilol li),k-o .uJU
lu.l .o..,lj, a. his I rKitln ill! , ,i ' "'""" " ul
biierjimtorrlioa and Iiupoteney,
tunrissr., uri,U.r csums, bo I iclueln fc,u,.., .,. r,i.
.lo,,. I,, d., !,,,, , .l.M.li.taiu.u.nor.'riy:
uura.1,10 tl Uia.. !.., .( p.au, y, 4', 4ir,'
a".!?. ',. S,PBs,Ri,,,,.,.l' "" UiaKiaatlyaal r-Vvl'
OLEET. sfc. .VrSSBv, tr.SS'K'-J.'iS?,:
Sit . i ""'''"' an Iri.ln.s Miaiuaaili luii.
JliJ?'" "", '"" l'JWaaa ku.au.1 lUa hasalVra
;.dnrrtn(i,?1'aUt,,oa Iu "U C,,,B
Ch?,"M." R'"'fu " ' u' s4laili..
larjia laMoialla aua K,rmu4.ui, lumly o Jual!
KBBKfPSSFr7 j :.' uz--v.'TmnpmtLii iii ii1 i'MMM