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W'n arc Informed br trlrgra, h Irtim Ml.
Mdlri'jtor, to lay, tlint It Ium been decided to
bury the remains of (Icncrul (Irani at "Watch
Hill, ' at Iha niirtlirrii cm of lUvrrshle Park,
wlikli lira aluiitf tlie Hudson river, consider
ably north ot Central I'ark,
Mr. lien Kuttuu returned trum Detroit tble
The Hco I.lnn ev.uirlon to Da; ton tlili
morning took 110 people from this city.
Mils l.ulu l.ouik, ot South Yellow Springs
street, Is tIsHIdk friends In South Charleston.
Tie (loot ul the city postothce was deco
rated with enililcnis ol mourning, Including
n riortrnlt ol (Uneral (Irant, bright and earl;
l'rot. K. J.fabivts, of this city, atttnded
the t'xiiiiiluntioii (or teachers Riven at Colum
bus IhU week. He was successful In securing
ten- ear certificate.
.Vothlng has been done by the local Democ
racy vet in the matter of n conention to se
lect delegates to the Democratic State con
vention. There umi! to be no hurry
Mr. Xachariah Hamilton, a young Madison
county farmer, nud Miss Kiln Able were
quietly married, Sunday, at the residence of
Mr. F. llymaster, I.UHrcnceville, by Kev. Geo.
The 1'lumStriet (ieruinn Lutheran Sjnday
school will run an excursion to the Soldiers'
Home, at Ibiv ton, next Thursday. Pare for
round trip SO cents, including translocation
to the Home.
The I., B. k V. transferred eight carloads
of excursionists to the C, 0., 0 A I. track
here this morning and sent then on to Day
ton. The excursion started from Kenton and
picked uj the crowd along the line.
A uew disease, which puzzles the veterinary
surgeons, has broken out among the horses In
Harmony township, and is already playing
havoc on the Titus stock farm there. It is a
kind of throat swelling that causes a contrac
tion of the gullet and takes a borse oil its
feet in a few hours.
Our Springfield Seed Company has ample
facilities for decorating the city, on the day
of Grant's funeral, or on the Grand Army
days. The company did splendid work for
the Republican State Convention; it is a
Springfield institution, and deserve the
custom of Springfield people.
IM. Peters, coiimionlr known asJ"Shaky"
IMers, whs tried for petit larceny in Mayor's
court vesterday afternoon, and glen $5 and
costs and ten days in jail. His crime was
stealing a pair ot shoes out ot the wagon
belonging to a country man named Pat Mul
cahy, on West Main street, last Saturday
Members of the 44th and 8lh Association
should remember the meeting at Recorder
Todd's otlice tomorrow (Wednesdaj ) evening
It i9 important that all should be present, as
there Is but little, time in which to make
preparations for attending the reunion. Re
ports regarding railroad times and rates will
Candidattifor nomination on the Republi
can county ticket are about the most active
men in the community this week. The ward,
township and precinct caucuses will be held
next .Monday evening throughout the county,
and an ellVt is being made to bring out a
full vote The county convention will meet
at 10.30 a. m., Tuesday, August t, one week
from today, in ihe Wigwam; the (orenoon
ssion to be for preliminary organization.
The Hushnell Guard, Co. A, Ninth Ilat
tnlion, 0. N. 13., will go to Columbus Friday
morning early, there to lie joined by Co's H,
Columbus, and C, Xenia. The battalion,
Major Hcniy Harper, ot this city, command
ing, will go to their encampment at Toledo
over the Columbus, Hocking Valley and To
ledo railroad. Quartermaster D. A. Rudd
goes two days in advance, to have the camp
At the regular meeting last evening of the
directors of the Building and Loan Associa
tion, Mr. Jacob C. Keller was chosen one of
the trustee, vice John M. Winger, resigned,
and entered upon bis duties the same even
ing. Mr. Keller has been for years superin
tendent of P. P. Mast A Co.'s foundry, at the
Buckeye shops, and is a good man for the
place In every way. A number of new
shares aro subscribed for at every meeting,
and the association, it not enjoying a big
boom at present, is going ahead Steadily and
establishing itself more firmly in the confi
dence ot the classes whose Interest Is sought.
It is likely now the office will remain where
It looks very much as though W. 0. Cou
ner, the. Springfield boy who won first prize
at the recent meet in the two-mile novice
race and second prize in the five-mile race,
was going to develop into one of the swiftest
bicyclers in the country. Yesterday alter
noon, accompanied by a tew friends, he went
nut to (lie track aud made five mile in 18
minutes, on the same ordinary road machine
winch he rode at the races last week. This
is the best five miles that has ever been made
in the State, and if he had a racer there is
little doubt that be could bring it down to If'
minutes, the last time on record.
i.out Tins ruin.
No Nitturnl Clan Jut Kt Present A Wall
or a ,0011 Vtt tu he Muuk-llow Tliej
tint the, lrotertJTa
The natural gas well spoken of yesterday
will not atfurd a public Illumination within
the present week at any rate. The workmen
engaged yesterday dug about 20 feet further
but failed again to strike the large vein,
though they found smaller jets of gas in sev
eral places. It is thought that the gas scatters
as it approaches the surface. Work DM been
toppd at present, but will soon be begun
again when preparations will be made to sink
the well 2,000 feet deep. The first Intlina.
tlon they ever had that there was gas there
was when Minnahan was blasting there last
summer while erecting the Plum street sewer.
One of iImi blasts Ignited a small jet of gas
which gave a bright, steady flame for about
half an hour. He kept the mattei quiet, giv
ing the tip only to his partner, 0, 0. Fnnk
and Messrs. W. II. I'reistnan and Albert He-
iuuip. uicivui quioiij ouugm up me prop
erty ,'ioui I. Ward Frey at a valuation much
fjwet than they could hare gotten it bad
Fry suspected anything great.
THE OFFICIAL Oil It Kit
laueil by Kepartineiit L'omiiininlir It. II.
Ilriiwu r...lponlnk- (Irnuil Army lnj
Ilrlef Nesalem ot th DxerlitUe Com
liitltre. TheVeekly meeting of the Grand Army
Day Executive Committee last evening was
not fully attended and no great amount of
business was transacted. The Decorating
Committee waj allowed $lf.O from the fund
for their work. Members of the committee
thought $200 lltllo enough Tor that depart
ment. The proposition of Pettlbone
k Co., of Cincinnati, to pro Me
badges lor the executive committee, was ac
cepted. The badges are to be cjulte hind
some; hand-painted nnd bullion-decorated.
The fame firm will proably furnish the
special badges for slltcbell Post members.
Upon his return to Zancavlllo Monday,
Department Commander llrown Issued the
following General Order, announcing the
postponement of the reunion and encamp
HkaIML'ARTFIIS, DkPAKTMFNT or Onto,
Gkavi) Arm or Tiik IlM'L nur,
.aniswuk, 0., July 27, 1
l.eneral Orders J'o. 15.
I. In view of the fact that the obsequies
ol the late General V. S. Grant are to take
place August 4 to 8, and Hint the funeral
ceremonies are to be ol a national character,
in which all the people have been Invited to
participate, the time for holding the semi
annual encampment Grand Army day ct
this department is hereby changed from Au
gust G and 7, to Wednesday and
Thursday, August 12 nnd 13
The executive. committee, repre
senting Mitchell Post, No. 45, 0. A. R., and
the citizens of Springfield, renew their cor
dial and hearty invitation to the comrades of
Ohio and the members of the Woman's Re
lief Corps, to attend this encampment. All
orders heretofore issued, so far as applicable,
and arrangements for Grand Army Day, re
main in lull force. The railway rales of
transportation, as naTied in General Order,
No. 0, continue in effect. Post commander
will, not later than August C, notify the Ex
ecutive Committee, Comrade A. 0. llullaian,
Secretary, Springfield, O., as to the probable
number of comrades who will attend. The
local committee will furniu tents and stmw
free, and each comrade will provide himself
with blankets, towels, Ac.
II, The council of adralstration will meet
Wednesday, 12ih proximo, at 1 30 p. m. At
3 p. m. a general meeting ot post officers and
comrades will couvene to consider the inter
ests of the department. Camp-fires will be
held in the evening, to bo addressed by com
rades S. S. Hurdette, Commander-in-Chief, 0.
A U.- James Tanner, past department com
mander of New York, and other distinguished
memliers of our order. The parade will take
place Thursday alternoon. Further details of
the exercises will be announced by circular
issued from headquarters in ramp.
HI. The necessity for the change in the
dates for Grand Army day will l appreciated
by theoumrades in this department. It is
earnestlLoped that as far as laisaible each
post will attend in a body. Arrangements
have been made lor the entertainment and
comfort of the old soldiers and sailors and
their families and their friends at the lowest
minimum of cost, and this, our first semi-annual
encampment, should bo made the great
est soldier event In the history of this common
wealth. By couiniad of I!. II. Ilnow,
Department Command' r.
II. A. Axlimc,
Assistant Adjutant General.
NTOI'1'KO TIIK HVOUT.
Collier Puts n llullet Through
Foot While shooting Turtles.
About half-past 1 o'clock this morning
Claude Collier, a young man residing on
West Jeflerson street, suffered severely from
careless handling of a gun. He w as shooting
turtles fiom a boat on Mad Klver. near
MoorcVa stone quarry, using a small 40 cali
ber Kogllsh ntle for the purpose. He went
to step forward, holding the rifle cocked un
der his kit arm, when he stumbled and dis
charged the gun, the ball passing clear
through his light loot, shoe, sole-leather and
all. It struck the foot in the fleshy part be
tween the first and second toes, passing
through without breaking any bones. He
calmly sat down and removed his shoe, then
rowed to shore and hobbled to the railroad
near by, boarding the C. C. C. A I. noon
train and coming Into town. He immedi
ately repaired to I).. Russell's ollite when
the wound was dreseed. He preserved the
bullet as a token of his carelessness. Collier
is a young man aud follows upholstering for
a trade. Alter his wound was dressed the
patrol wagon removed him to his home.
Hurt lij it Full.
Mr. Louis Valiquetle, a veteran employe ot
the Engine and Thresher Co., on Warder
street, wis seriously injured this forenoon.
He was standing upon a ladder in the wood
shop, where he works, attempting to run a
large belt on to a pulley. For some reason.
just what Is not known, but probably from
the jerking ot the belt, be was thrown from
the ladder to the lloor, striking the table of a
circular saw and cutting a gaih under one
i ye, that may prove a serious wound. One
arm was also considerably bruised. The pa
trol wngon was called aud Mr. Valiquetle
takfn to nis home at North and Fisher streets
where he is in care ot Dr. J. II. Rodgers. It
is but a few days since he was strnck and
painfully bruised by a block of wood flying
from a circular saw. He has bee n at these
works nearly twenty years, is an old soldier
ol the war ani comrade of Mitchell Post No
45, G. A. R.
Mr. Harry II. llendley, one of the proprie
tors of the planing mill on West Mam street,
was bit in the body and face by a piece of
board he was running through a saw 11 log
up. He was cut in one jaw, but it is hoped
not seriously and will expeiience some son
nets fri m the blow on the breait.
In the matter ot the application ol John
Hemphill lor Ihe cleaning out ot the Rankin
ditch, between Clark and Greene counties, the
commissioners o( the counties named, at the
joint session here yesterday afternoon, decided
to employ Jos. Klzer, as engineer, to file a re
port upon the cost of raid work and assess
menu on property holders Interested. An
ugineer for the portion lying In each county
has made a survey aud leport, but the two
do not agree and It ll found letter to have
the work done by one, to report at n future
At the separate meetlne of the Clark
county board a rental ot one dollar t year
was fixed on the strip of groun I south ol the
west county building. This Is to keep ron
trol of the ground In the hands of the
A contract was let to the Smith Bride i,'o.,
ot Toledo, lor a forty-eight leet bridge on the
Clark and Union turnpike, near Baldwin's
mills, at 111 per foot.
The commissioners authorized suitable dec
oration ol the county buildings, Including
court house on the day of Gen. Grant's
Engineer Sharon filed hit report on the
Hawkins dltcb imptorement.
UL,JUK .aKPUBUO. TUESDxVY EYElSriNG, JULY
'I he New Otvnera of the Old Frey I'roiierljr
nt Ihe Fool ol Fnctorr (street (live the
Clly the Itlgtit or Wrs For n llrlelsio.
For jeats the Wittenberg and Feme HIT
Avenue people, warmly nlded by Council,
have been attempting to get a bridge airns
lluck creek nt tho foot of Factory street.
I.t summer a resolution was pasted in
Council looking toward the erection of the
bridge, but they were hindered Irom any
further action by an injunction brought by I.
Ward Frey, owner ol the barren waste along
the creek at that place. Home time ago this
properly was purchased by C. 0. Funk, D. V.
Mlnahan, W. 11. Prcliman and Albert
Mclntire, whose btalus were filled with the
project ol boring for natural gas. As thesu
gentleman aro very patriotic in their way they
have determined to withdraw the injunction
suit, and donate the right of way across their
property to the city, aud will make a proposi
tion to this etfect in Council tonight. This
opens the way for an lmproement that has
been long needed and will doubtless bo put
through at one.
To the Editor ot the 01ol-Itepubllc.
The masses of our business people were -tonlnhed
at the proposition to locate tho Goi
ernment building on the jail lot bill, and are
curious to know who suegesled the commit
tee, composed of persons whose Interest and
residences are in one part of the city (three
of them residing in one ward.) Are personi
to remain In ambush, or by stealth control
the bounty of the Government to destroy the
benefit intended lor the convenience ol the
public7 The people ihould Insist that those
who have Imposed upon the Secretary of the
Treasury in the discharge of a public duty
should be known. The committee! are
known, and no falr-nilnd"d man would
claim pome ol them are consideiatc enough
to discharge such a'trust.
The peoplo complain because they expect
to bare business with the oflice. It is on a
steep hill, difficult of access, dangerous to
ascend and descend; where there ts no busi
ness; whire people east and west uo not go;
the street tailroads nre made away from It; it
was abandoned as a jail and court-house lot
bo nuse It was not a suitable! locntion. No
business man has ever tried In establish bui
nessnear It. Thebusincssof theclty has been
traveling away fr..m this location for fifty
years. The .Main Hotel was abandoned, ami
the postoth'ce, by common consent, was
moved west over lortj jears ago. It the
ground was donated nud the building was
erected gratuitously, it would pay Ihe citizens
to erect a iioitolhcc in the center by pritiiif
donation and use II, rather than submit to the
It is a great outrage that the Secretary ot
the Treasury, desirous to honestly discharge
his duty, should at the outset be imposed
It the jail lot was a business part ol Ihe
cliy, why has not some enterprising buities
man tried to establish business? Why has the
property remained idle so long?
Curil Iroui lr. Leonard.
To the IMItor of tho Cloke-ltepuMIc
In a lengthy article in the (it-our. Rhtumc
of jesterday, In which the Rev. W. H. War
ren, pastor of the Congregational church In
this city, labors to justify himself insajing
"jutingli," that he would sooner "vote for
the devil" than for the " leading candidate "
on the Prohibition ticket, (every uan has a
right to his choice,) I find the followiog
" When the personal claims of the present
champion of the party in Ohio were pressed
and his success above all otheis as a chris.iau
minister in our city assorted, his ardent ad
mirer was reminded of an article Irani the
pen of his champiou to the Advocnte, alter ho
had been in Springfield but a lew months.
It is not needful to repeat here what promi
nent men in his own denomination think ol
it. If that letter could be reprinted in our
local papers today our cliizens could judge for
themselves of the candor and fairness of us
author towards those whn ditrer from him In
religious matters. If the case be such here,
how much less claim has he upon the support
ot thoc who diDer from him in political uf
Now, as I have never written anything or
the Western Christian Advocate that I would
net be willing to see published anywhere, I
respectfully request Mr. Warren tube-cure th
article to which he rtfers for publication in
the Gloke-Kei'Chmc. Not having preserved
a file of the Advocat", I can not lurnlsu the
article with this communication. Mr War
ren can procure it by addressing the editors
ot the par named; nnil now that he has re
ferred to the article in a way to make the
impression that there is something untruth
lul in it, it is to be hoped be will girt! to the
man who speaking "jestlnglj" he re
gards as having less claim to his vole than
the devil" the privilege of being heard.
A. I!. Lloxaiuj.
fcrRiNOFiKLP, O., July 28,
Mlna Kedlrk at Ihe KluclerKarlen,
To those interested in Ihe care of little chil
dren: Miss Rcdick, who introduced the Kin-
dergnrten system to the Slate institution for
the blind, is at Miss Fox's Kindergarten on
Mechanic street, west 6ide, two doors oulh of
Jellerson, wbere she will remain this wtek.
She invites those interested in the early el
ucation of children to visit the school every
morning from nine until twelve. It Is per
feclly fascinating to watch those Utile lots
of children doing sums in aiithmetic hi
means ot sticks and rings; learning to rp
and write while playing With toys; demon
strating theorems in geometry by means' ol H
lie sticks, made laimliar w ilhsphere, cub-" and
cylinder, while modelling in clay. Takirg
lessons in Physiology wink- plajing games
and best ol all receiving moral a d leliglous
learning asearily as the earth reeeiies the
new, and in unconclously as the breaih of
life. There is a series or books called Kill
dergarten Guide, published by M. Kraut
lleolte and J. Kram, which ehoul.l b In all
families. Them- books suggest wonderlul
things to Ihe loving mother, and If she once
sees how the Kindergarten work Is carried on,
she can nim her children for houri with
as simple things as toothpicks nud little
rings. In my own family no plcluri-book
has ever given half so much enj ,yment to the
children hi the Guide to Eoglidi Kiudergar
ten, Jby Ronge. It Is a book they always
ask eagerly for. No expensive toys have
ever given the pleasure that they find
copyl.jg.the fornu in it, with toothpicks and
soaked peas. Indeed I consider this Kinder
garten instruction ol to much value, morally
as well as tducatiooal, that I would willingly
make many sacrifices that my chlldreu should
have the benefit ol this early training.
Mr. Joseph Ilruza, whoae magnificent work
has won him an enviable reputation, has
opened a "hop at No 31 tiaat lllgli alreet.
The lined arid most elegant shots tor ladles
anil gen's ever teen In Ibis lily wen, ihe
work ol Mr, Hruia, who has no ecjual In the
West as a line workman
Mr A written guarantee of care ftven In ever
rasa underukea. atAII conseiluu
. lir, uirii'i Celebrated Beck aut
SS IIMHSI 1U (HMD UTCIUPCBJ )).
, IV, tM The M. MaatVjsatl Otis,
m jii ps2 W55T
v In every
AS AN INVESTMENT,
Your money had better be put into a good pair of shoes than a poor one. It
is not always the highest priced shoe that is the most serviceable. Cow hide
will outwear kid. Extra workmanship and finish, while always desirable, of
ten represent simply "style," but they cost extra money. The shoe that is not
stylish looking rarely gives satisfaction, however durable it may be. It is our
aim to so combine the two-style and durabilitythat we can 'sella better
shoo for the same money than you can find elsewhere. We give you more wear
and more gentility for your outlay, in short, offer you a better investment.
ROUSE & PARSONS, 26 S. MARKET ST.
Just the right combination of high grades of green and
Particularly suitable for making DELICIOUS ICED TEA. This Blended Tea will be
found to have less or the bitter taste, tannin, than any other, and consequently, it
is especially desirable and healthful. Put up in pound, half-pound and quarter
pound packages, and for sale by
THE J. D. STEWART CO.
SPRINGFIELD WATER WORKS
MTie:i: n :. rit,cioits.
(jKAI.i:i I'ltOI'CWAI.Hvelll be received by
3 the Truste en of Water Workaeif tho ( Ity of
tipMuarleiil.Oiilii, ill tliclroltlee In raid city,
until 12 o'clock niKiii of T'liurMlay, AiiKiixt
lb, Ivu, rurfiiruHiiiuc nnil ln Inn one cntt
Iron I lid uen t t'lpe.'JI tnrne In ellamcler, unit
apimisiniHitly KlisilliifHl feet, aim wpIkIiIiik
upuroxlnmtcly III miiiiIn per loot, with tho
!ie-ceary xia-clal casting viilvca nnd aiiiuir
A I'll, fur onc'rcreivliiicbiialn, approximate
1 irixlxs 0 feet plan unit lii feet deep.
Tho ncoewmry elrnwliiKa, "peculations,
forma of lm,in nnd forum of contract nlll
Ik- ready for tho use of Llddcrafrom unci after
Austim 1st, ls5.
'I be TriistieipxprcM-ly renere the right to
reject any or all bids.
.1. II. THOMAS.
, . , Trunlccs.
J. 1). Cook, Toledo, 0.,Ce)iiRUltlng Engineer.
Kprlnsllrlfl, Olilo. July Itith, IMS.
lU-Eolvexl, Tliattn tlm opinion urtwo-tbtrila
ot the iiieinrx m elected tu the City Cnunrll of
the City of r-prlnKflelcl.Ohln, it Is ncecwiry
and It Inteiielxto Improve lliu nllev between
MnifMoiieunil Hprlng afreets, unci riiiinliirf
north from .Main street to Nortli street, In
untiling the same, ami pnvlniiit with bout
elera, In acconlHncn with theprorllcwaiid spp
otlicatlnus therefor on file In llieofflceof tho
Tne exiM-iiee of wild Improvement to b as
sessed per front fixit upon the property abut
ting tbernin aa Miown by the pint on file In
tho office of thei Civil KiiKlnecr, nnd accord
Inn to lawHiul Hie ordinance or said clly.
The as'cssuieutH there'or to be paid In one
Installment, nnd collected ns provided hy
Inw, and In the assessment nrdlnaiico here
utter to te passed.
The I'll) Clerk Is hereby directed to puli
Ilsh this resolution for two consecutive
ritsaeel July II, 1885.
V V Mast, President.
Attest' .1. H. 3nrwr.i.TKi, Cit CTerlt.
Malaria and Fever and Ague
ItMITlVIXY tUbUland thoroughly eradicated
from thevyitem by cmlng milltemore'n hiicra
inento Aiin. spet'lltt-. Contains nothing In
jurious to the wont delicate constitution. Is a
splendid Tonic for those suDerlnit from debility,
trnpoierbhnifnt of tho hit!, and unfailing re
sUfrerof Uses of npjielile l'repaied h arharma
elstof JUjesrs eiierlenee. II not to te hod of
your druggist send 1 to the manufacturer, 1'. VV.
VMiltlemgre, Hudson, X. V., ami ha will imme
diately wad you a buttle to any part of tho coun
try. I'AUrNKIlMIIII' MITICK.
fllUK undersigned have this day formed a co-parl-
nemnpjor ine nracuceol law under the firm
name of J
min A tov man, Ppringfield. Ohio.
June 15. 1SD5.
I'ltrt Heirship ullre.
flllll: undersigned have this day formed a co
1 paruershlti for the prartlee of law Ortiie at
No. JO, Last Main street. Springfield. Ohio.
Fka.SK C (tOOl)K.
MONEY TO LOAN.
tilf.-lisiii, tl,:iO 8V),8tno Mlllam II
i'IUU lliiHiiian, broker, ileal I.state and Pen
slou Agent, 9is,,uth Market street
lirA.Vll.II 'ID ItKST - A pleassnlly 1 orated
II hou-or six to eight nstois. tine with mod
em liiiprounielitaaud good yard desired Will
make lease on right pros.rty. Address V H. P.,
POKWAl.r OP. 'IIMllK-A nleeiirotitaliielusi.
I Hers ell located; very desirable, good reasons
lor selling, ree o. it. hellers, ruuui '. Dial's block
F'Olt isAM -A valuaole house and lot on West
Main hi., alllsellul t lurrfjin I'jill uuiii .n
I' M. hellers, ro.nu .So 0, lllal's blocs,
L'Oll ri M.I. -The Due l.rlrk house, No. lu N. Plum
I ticet,o( lunsims, ailh all modern loiitenl
eoca, also, stable, carriage house and other out
buildings. Inquire at premises for particulars,
o at I'ji U. Mam street.
l)ll"r.C 1'IINU ATT(JllNKV-Wm. M lUskel
s'll.Jmt Ui the decision ol tho Hi
I win no a candidate lor rrosecullng ,ltoruev.
vuuvenllou, Augtitt 4.
l)UO-hCUIl.Mj A-nOKNKV,-Helcher While
I vrlll laraudldattt for 1'rotecutlng Attorney,
subject to the dee slon of the Clark U.ui.iy l.e
puhlliau IViiiseiiilou tu te held August 1, 1MI,
pllOSIlrl'TlNtl ATTOItNl- Waller I.. Weaver
I will l,s ii candidate for rs-eledlou to tho olllt"
of 1're.setuilng Attorney, subject to tbedetlslou of
Ihe Uepuhllrsu touuly Couveulion,
ijliOihCUTl.VfJ ATrollNKy-J.dcillford While
I is acaiidldaie lr Prosetullng AlUjrney, sub
Jeet lu the decision ot the Uputillian (iiunly Cou.
ventleii lo , if. Tues-lsv, August I, lal.
IHHTI I COLLEGE
Till 1 iM I nil !)( Innl Bilta nl n na. iT...I
Fx tinsel rnIf ran 1 w curMi of mii.lv J
' Kru hclibUrttilp M aid wurlliy MudtnU.
I 11)11 ni L Ivnil In I jills-irn ami Am la-iriv )ut.
Kim Nf Ltle in Ut ( til CnUloviK M-lil im applliaUvVU.
T. J. THOMAS,
NEW YORK HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
walnut Alls. M..l'.ni..l M..L.. ir - '
YORK HORSE SHOEING
Pprclalcare with lame horses, colls, trick horses.
I horses that Interfere, and those bavlug peculiar
THE J D
I UK -
Popular Summer Resort !
Iilrectlv on the Mala Mneor Ihe
Xi'W Yuri, I'ciin. .V-Olilo Knllrnad.MIil-
ivnj Uttwcon Cliiilniiiitl
nml Xi-w York.
Highest Navigable llwly ot Waler on the Contl
iieiil -Hle leet Alsne Ihe Ocean and;
1 ect Above I-ake Irle, DlaUnco
CLIMATE PURE AND INVIGORATING!
The Use Is Jl miles tone and from ona to flvj
miles aide. I.iteansl, Kulvana, tJrlthth's l'olnt,
ltenius l'olnt. Hay View, llavenwoud, .Martha's
Mnevari), rati-polnt and l'olnt Cliauluuoua are
among the dlllerent resorts on the Ijike, patron
lied hy summer visitors, lhere are good hotels at
The Famous Chautauqua Assembly
Has lis hcndiiuarlera at Chautauqua Lake and
convenes In Jul) and August of every year. One
of tho most iKjpnlar lesoits on the Lake la
Here alt passenger trains of the New York, Penn
sl?aula and Ohio railroad slop durln? the season,
It l.elng lhcChaiilau.uaI.al.eStatlon,nd thedla
trlnutlng point for the entire I .ike. Thare are
two hotels at l.akeool, loth being of Immense
size, cvpable of aceommrslsctng nvo hundred
guests each. Numi -oils steamers are constantly
Plying the bake transsirllng visitors to all points.
Those In areli of a pleasant resort to spend the
summer months cannot find a more convenient or
dcligntful place than bate Chautauqua.
Ma NcwV.ork. I'eimsj Ivanla and Ohio Railroad,
are on sale at all local stations and at stations of
i .Miri-uog noes ironi June 1st, good for return un
til September JUth. A. K. CLAKK,
C. 1'AI.Ni:. Oen'l "u,.'t. Ucn'"W Ant-
un-r ci.khk'h offiuk, i
Fprlngflcld, Ohio, July 11,186. f
At meeting of tho Council of anld City.
Held cm the 'Jlst lust ,n qiioriiinlielnu present.
therollowlnK resolution wnsadopteel:
Kesolyed Dy ti city Council of tho City of
BPrliiKflelel.i Jilo, two thirds of the mcmbciB
elected thereto concurring, That ll is necea
Miry unci that It Intends to mke public
iiiprnveiuent by constructing tho sewer
Vii "excrjis-ci, uccoruinK lo the plana,
ProilK's himI sp, clflcatlciiia therefor on
theolllce of the City Civil Engineer, receireled
111 tllOClII C'eilf lliBC IV I'lorlr .. I. ...... ......
n nie in
111 thocilhc'enf t
I, . , , Yt .7 ,..,,, n, HID
,i, .!. :...-.;.;""".?'"'. ".'" "
.....,.v....i4 in utl jinnies nicereaieel
in., i .?'. "' '""' criuiirici Herein.
. . .r '"crlliejil-salcl sower and sewer dis
trict being pnrt of the plan nnd system of
seweiago for said city heretofore ade'pted by
Council-nre required and nre hereby desig
nates! for linuiedlatu use. Hald sewer la de
strtla'd sa follows, vIk-
-. ir'i?1 "i V-'il1 . "10 I'lteraectlon of Foster
street with Alain street, nnd runnlnu tlicnce
in, along and upon Foster street north to the
..... i.r.ii,iKn(.riic'signBt(il on tlie plan of
wmors fur said clly heretofore adopted by
C,i!'.1". !'"HllK"'ulliof ai.n nearly pirallel
Willi tlni Kc-neriil course of lluck Creek, . x
li'iicllng we-st to tin, lorpiiratloii line, with
which lute re eptlni; sow eraald sewer la deslu
Sld sower Is In the Orccn Mount Sewer
District, i.r hewer DlHtilct No 2, tho Ixiundu
ries of wbleb nro na follows, vt.i On the
norlli lend northwest the center line of lluck
Crook nnd tin. ( vtixmilleiii line; nn the tw,t
tliecariMimtliiii line; mi tho south the mirth
Inuornigh street, nnd em the west the east
line of Market street
'I lie- plans and shc llnit'cuiB riciulre-cl by
law fjr llioceiiislrtii'llfiii of said s.-ueislmui
U-e n lire pined, and uro em fiiu In the office or
Diet liyi lvil tiigliieerfnreicaiiiliiatliinaiid
Inspection hy porilea Interested, ami Uiuucll
w 111 bear said p.irtleH ul lure-icular meeting to
he held In thu ( oundl L'limiilier of said city
em the Ifili day ol August, A, D. ISsS. toiu
uienclng at X o'clock p in.
'i bu Clly (lerl. Mieucby dliectcd tu publish
tills resolution In it newspaper nf Kentrul cir
culation lu thei c irporotlon for two coiiseru
.11. . a o 1" 1". MAST, l'revldenL
Attest J H.HiiK.wAi.rrH.t'lt Clerk.
KlvsOI. Ul ION.
Hi-solved, 1 but In the opinion of two-lliInU
'.'.',, tbeiiK Hilars elected Ui tho Council of the
Uly eifHprlngtleld, uiiln.lt la necessary and
tlit.1 salul'iiuiicll Intends tu Impiove Main,
Market nml haclorv streets, hy coiistructlng
tlieaewe.a litreluafle-r ili-scrltied, acctirdlng
p the pluiis, prolllca and aneeltlcatlnna
therelor iiiiflloln tiieiiiflceof lliu Civil Ku
gliiee r and opuii to the Inapectlon of all par
lleslnti rested. '
Huld sewer, are iloscrllx.il hh followa, vizi
1st. On Mulu street rrom I.liiiestone street
to I-os's r street.
U. On Main stie-tt from Mcchanlo to Mill
l. ui Main street fiom Mechanic atreet to
..i!!':.u M"rlfct "lr'ct f"" Mulu atreet to
Mill Hun uiiii,
illi. On Kacli.rj street from Jullerseiii street
to Main street.
'ibnespcuse-a of aahl Imprciveincnts anil
thedaiiiai'. diieon account tlitruof IoLhibji.
sessed mr fiont foot iihii the luoiwrly abut
ling tbeieoii, uiccucIIiik to lholuwiinilor.il
linueiwriri thesnlject of assenrnenla.
C.1IIIICII will, nt Its regulai innelluir tube
held III thu Council I'haiiihei of siildc.llyon
thiilllliibiy of August, pin,-, cciuiinenclng at
Ho clock p in., or at Its flist tegular meet.
IriK t iireuller, be-ar piirllcs Inlcreslnl In any
of said sew era. '
TheC'lly Clerk Is hereby directed to publish
tills re-nliilloii for two consecutive weeks.
I'ussed.liily 11, IkNS,
... Iuu IM'. Mast, President,
Attest i J H. HiikwsiTkM. Clly Clerk. .
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDER".
Siirliigllilil (Jus MKli( and Cokn Co.
Mill); An inn I
Meeting; of Stockholders of said
tonii'iuy will be liel
l".iu.l''? c!'iT S'hlsrlsiicOeJel, sn Mondsr, Au.
HUslSd, lUsJ.at ju'elock p. ui, "
iu anna omceor tne coin-
R. P.Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
--J. Jfl sTtH-J.'CJJsVTTsl
NO"W IS THE TXJSOLJS2
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES!
fantVnown80i,ni!ltr.!,i,,,,'thcbcHt n""-Plxonou8 DcoUorlwr and IHalnfcc
.n. ii. Si i I . A"?1 Ilf cn P"uncei! t li thne lliurx more ponerfnl than
Sr?fc,Jher dlrectnt In tho market Iy tho COMMITTEE OX IIINlNFFCTANTO
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
"" a Enat Mulu Htroot.
t CLUSTER PATTERN. 5.1tixS4 Inch.
Also 3 Inch, 4 Inch, and 0 Inch dressed strips, very nice, alrcudy out and Jus
what you want to make FLY SCKEEXS OF.
WOLISTOIM, WILDER & CO.;
410 T7EIT IMCufiLIIsT STMDiaT.
Waukesha is a Charming Summer Resort
OX THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE and ST. PAUL and C. & X. W. IfVS.
t ha siAaasrt AA .1 .. Hl il . " ..
iiiuficuiuiRiiuuiuui iue ljocai liovvrnuitsnl
various localities Inlaws heeDldemio hr,;'
talnlng Impurities r
imall, o! lurvvctlT uiateriftl u u tnwlii. .:r ." iM ";.:.""'. r.i. .V.T'r : " "7 """.
mou. to uiom of waur the Dower of WptStliV dl.w """ ' ' U"""UK w". ' iIt. to
7,'JT, '. ?PueTf.eifl ll ,.r ai.'way.7'-Nrfokl'rr,.dUk,niW,"',h,'r
Impure Wella.-Hesllh Commissioner Itayuiond, llnkln, r" i,rts "'SlKe wfM.?.. fr .1
HO wells vet in eilstence. about 'ji ul wl,l,h ,.ui 1...1.... c ,....' .....I",.,'"..'""l'uun: Sere are
ii,.,t. r ,i.. 1 1 ti.: ."-:..,".. s"-, .".....! .ly.M iiniiurtiii's." new vork iisr.ni
wTlli?Liiil,S,Vili'rvlur "'" ' "' m."re Impe'tinee than mire milk."
Maxims Illustrated !
A FINK KNC1UAVINO 24,111 lDches. hold hy
sul.scrh.llon only, lly wail, fiUe. hells un sight
everywhere. First class canisss-rs only ol Is.th
seses. lOO per cent, pront. Mend for descriptive
circular. Address KltANKM.V li.l.us.
TKATKM, t Mouth Hlsth street, llrouklyii,
(tllflce hours, Hloll A. M.)
For years at 37 Court Plact, now at
lH-t tUUOtVMClil, M kU eTUOOsV) wUl ITVVt
BprauorraM B&st Iaipotenor,
as tlis rM.ll sf srif stsue U jMtk, ssisal si.rsws Is ns
tsrwjMrs .rstasreftsM., suS pruliwlBf snoissl lbs lut
lu.lss .awes NsrsssssMs, fewntlri.1 Ss.ULis eslsbl suit
kio.tr atm. ihhsms .r t.itsi, psimuis n.u.rj, rsr.
;ri"sr.i,ists. Mrs... i...J. usotw, .riiu..!,,.
uurtsfs InDrvosr ss sss.ee, f lt.rw.iblr ssd Mrs...
Is sslf siMs.1 ISst a eh sUUii bs ) .iilslsimUn
U s Mruls ecus aiMLi ... ,.iVV ii..1..T. Tf
SIlJ, soslrN CTMI ailL rbssislsss tw.lss UU IM Mlts'
.ZZVZZi T."" " "' ' " "si.lss 1 14
?-"?-r.rern' rfcr.ltuw ItM lJll.lt.t
4 Mstnb-toiiM MfUu cwuaasuL
y ttr m l It w "-. -'t hruirt.
XZL . Bm-4 M fM4 lr ttL
"Qnoon of WatorH,"
lLiar.1 LVu n. it.. n sLLe. ... .
In, i.V.;"T..r."l J'!'.0:' '""'''
' """"""'"K "" "iau tne use of water oon-
toil aro rhjht, Hun bu aliiiul, Is an ln
poilant pr.ullcul ucjKu wlikli slioulj b
riincnibi n i In tbc ptirclnvo of u medicine
for tbo bloml. Ajti'i Pursupurlllu Is a
lilfjlily (oncrntriilcil uinl povvirnl alters
live. It Ii unlvi r.illy fukiiimlriiLrrd tobs
tliu best lilonel purifier. Y. V. Mcholi.
121 Wusliliijrtoii M llo.ton.JIuss., wrlteir
"After niircrliiif for aevcriil j cum, with
Indigestion, I was uelvNcel uml Induced
A)irN S.irs:ipirllli. I mo (jrcally Ira
proved. My licallli was never (Htler than
nt present." Annlo Zvv Insky, CO fitato .t.,
Itrookljn, n. Ysa)s that slmtook A)i'r'
8arsaparlll.i for u tumor In tho tliroat
(lollro-and, ufli-r lisliu; It for tlirco
inontlis, (bu numi,,. all dlsuppc iircel, Tcr.
sons troubled lth Oollru should try this
medicine. i:i Campbell, Hooker, I'd..
I vvn, curie of hip Joint etlsoaso."
I'rtpand by I)r. J. O. A) rr A Co., Lowell,
Slass., U. S. A.
Hold by ull 3)ruccKlt.
I'rlco $1; six bottle for &
e i-iiMtw 't&,n. -a'j.
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