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July si. um,
(1:10 a. m
10::to a. m
6 .to p, in
10:30 p. m
Wean temprttiir M', rempereture sauie
aU In 18M, 7r above. Tamparatura of isms
In ISM r7 above, lenperature of seme
data In 1882, 71 above aero.
Weather Iteport for Ilia Moath of July.
Ilia average temperature of Ilia month was 71.1.
1 lie weather ha liven remarktMr warm and dry.
and eicinpt from destructive atonns. We hacl
three clear dars and twenty-seven fair days. Ualn
fell on seven dsyai the amount of rainfall waa 1 24
Inches, an uniiau 11 amall amount. The tern
perature haa ranged Irotu A0, on the morning of
the But dar, to ifo'on the 2 at and nd of tha
month. 1 he temperature of the Dnr dar ""
and of the Both and 21t 100". Fourteen days the
thermometer at or above W In the ahade.
Notwithstanding the severe drouth, vegetables
now look promising. Fifteen days tha wind haa
Iwn froia tbc eouth or southerly, and ten wars
from the northwest.
Jtelow I give a table showing tha temperature ot
Jul, lMu.aud Including that of I8W)
1 1 1 ii
i. 1 1 lrt
A '21 100
fAOla FHOM T1IK FOUNTAIN HEAD.
Restart taaj tha . Sort Waster Trade 'In
8rlngilelt Momethlnr aa to tha gunntt
tjnf Cooling Drinks Hold, but Utile aa
to tha I'rultta.
A person would naturally suppose that
theae warm and sultrjr dayi would be a bar
Teat to the soda water dealers ot this city.
Aa a matter ofcuriosllr a 0. It. reporter went
the rounds of several drugstores In the city
and made inquiry as to how the conling bev.
erage was being; sold. Nearly all agree that
there has been a slight decrease since the
fourth of July, with the exception of the last
few elays. The aver ge number of glastes
aold per day by the twenty, dealers of this
city is roughly estimated at from 1,200 to
1,400. This depends, of course, very much
on the weather. The dealers are almost unani
mous in saying that their greatest harvests
were during the republican convention and
bicycle meet, it being almost impossible to
supply the demand. (1 inner ala U drank
a great deal by the gentlemen, and
soda water is called for mostly
by the ladles. The sale of mineral waters,
of all kinds, is very amall, tbey being sold
mostly to traveling men.
One druggist accounts for the decrease by
the (act that times are so bard. He says
that tffo years ago a man would enter his
tore with thrne or four friends and "set 'em
up" all around, but now he cornea in by him
self and then ting to skirmish around to find
his fire cents to par for it.
The same druggist tells us the story ol a
young lillow who entered his atore one day
and asked for "t'ree cents" worth of sody
The Introduction of the ice grater is a vast
Improvement over tho old style of plain soda,
there being a difference of 19 degrees In tem
. perature, between the plain soda and that
. with ice giated over It. Hut, strange to say,
the public seemed to prefer tlieir'l "straight,"
and so the scheme was abolished.
It is said thnt the latest idea in this line is
wine syrup. It is sold a great deal in the
mat, but has not struck this town as yet
Another new wrinkle is to drop a raw egg in
glass.wlth the syrup, grate ice over It, then
pour the soda over thnt. Thia is (aid to be a
very delighttul drink, A few of tte drug
gists say they have tegular customers who
come in for a drink three or tour times a day.
Chocolate and lemon seen to be the most
popular syrups, although this depends, of
course, altogether on the taste of the man
who is paying for it. A great many men,
business men especially, prefer a little phos
phate mixed in with their syrup, aa it gives a
tart, but not a disagreeable, taste. Two
druggists tried to introduce milk at the first
of the season, but owing to the poor pastures
and the small demand for it, they gate it up.
Mr. Joseph Spangenbarger is the only man
in the city now, who charges soda founts, and
he aays be is kept very busy although not so
much as last year. The eipense ot running
soda fountain Is not so very much, but
dealers all ray that unless tbey can make from
eight to ten dollars per day on it, it is not
worth the trouble it gives.
A toda fountain is a much more expensive
article than one wouldr suppose. A certain
, druggist in this town has ai $1,260 apparatus.
But most of the fountains in town average in
price from $600 to $800. Several confection-
rstores and bakeries were also visited but
m tMt trade in tha frosty drink dees not differ
soSMsaotially from what has already been said
concerning that of the druggists.
Ha lUruaed lu Die.
Tha people of Omen county bav a way,
peculiar to themselves, of disposing of certain
unpleasant affairs. A few days ago a man
named Ilrown, working as a laborer on the
farm of Win. McPberson, near Xenia, shot
himself with suicidal intent. Mr. McFnerson
discovered the man, a short time afterward,
in an unconscious condition, but supposed, of
coarse, that ha was about to pai over too
rlverj and the good farmer hied hlmsalf, Im
mediately, for the coroner. The coroner
arrived, found the man yet alire, but,
with the farmer, be agreed that the
fellow would have to die and that shortly
and that the best thing to do with a dead man
was to bury blm, and to facilitate matters
tbey proceeded to load the would-be suicide
into a spring wagon and go with him to an
undertaking establishment, The poor fellow
was deposited on a cot, and while waiting for
him to die tho preliminaries were arranged
for the funeral. Krerythlug was finally pre
pared and in waiting, but the fellow changed
bis mind und refused to die, and at last
accounts was not likely to go over
the road this trip. The other fellows are now
the una in the pocket, and are kept busy ex
plaining how that coroner's lee went glim
Owing to the severe illness of tier, W. N,
HroJU'Ck, who was to have preached the
dedicatory senmm at Wesley ihapel, In Snow
Hill district, on Sunday next, the services
will be postponed until further uotice, Sab
bath achool Kill be held in Ihe new chapel at
2.30 p. lii.
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Iii'urnmtlmi Willitl ot A. Illanrr, .lew.
try nuil Notion IVililler-l'enra of Foul
Information has been received here by pr.
rate letter ol tho mysterious disappearance of
one Adolph, or Avon Klsner, who has been
mlssiug from bis home in New Yoik for
about one year. Klsnir Is or was a peddler
ol Jewelry, notions and dry goods, ami lilt
llutlalo two years ago, with a stock In pncki,
lora binlness trip through Missouri, Illinois,
Indiana and Ohio. lie was last heard from,
twelve months ago. In this city,
where lie is supposed to liavo re
mained somo time, but from this point
his course Is unknown and it Is feared there
has been foul play or that some serious disas
ter has befallen him. Ho leaves n, family
who are greatly distracted and in the most
terrible suspense. Kflortshave been made to
gain some clue as to his fate, but so far with
out succeis, and the friends would esteem it u
great service If any person possessing any in
formation concerning the missing man, even
of the slightist Import, would communicate
the same to them. Address August Lands
mann, No. 213 Grand street, New York Ulty.
Mr. Elan.r was kind to his family and a
steady man In his habits, so that there is no
reason to think he has intentionally deserted
Some Inquiry has been made hero regard
ing the matter among citizens lik.-ly to know
something of the circumstances, but so far
without anything being discovered tending to
reveal the facts regarding this man. It is
only necessary, sutoly, to bring the matter
before the public in this manner, to induce
any having the knowledge sought to lurnlsh
it to the gentleman whose address is given
August begins as July closed.
The O. A. K. financiers transacted little
business last night.
Conrad Lohnes was patrolled up on the
hill last night for drunkenness.
Clark Lodge, No. 101. F. and A. M , held a
special Thursday night, nnd worked the M.
Fred. Hexlas, a professional beggar, was
run In yesterday afternoon for raising n dis
turbance in the West Knd.
The Clark County Mutunl Insuranco Asso
ciation, composed ol subttautlal farmers, met
at the Agricultural Board room this morning.
An effort is being made to effect a settle
ment in probate court in the assignment cise
of Koacb, the baker, mentioned one day this
The county treasurer has started out his
collectors looking up delinquents on the June
payment of taxes, of which there arc about
the usual number.
The county commissioners have purchased
a new bunting flag for the court house, and
it will be displayed from the stall fot the first
time on the day of General Grant's funeral.
Next Saturday afternoon the llast-street
shop and Malleable Iron works nines will
piny ball for a purse of 50 a side, on the
Association grounds, and will bo strengthen! d
in several positions.
Granville J. Woncs, I. O. O. F. District
Deputy, went to Vienna Thursday night, ac
companied by J. W. K'illen, Noble Grand of
Lone Star Lodge, and Instilled newly-elected
officers of Purity Lodge, No. 27, Daughters
of Ilcbecca, at that place. Alter the lere
monies there was a social reuniou nnd abund
Some farmers in this county hac begun
threshing the new crop of wheat nnd so far
as they have been heard from the result is
better than generally expectod. The average
is about ten to twelvo bushels to the acre
and while none of our agriculturists aro like
ly to make their fortunes this year It isn't
quite so bad as it might be. Corn is looking
About 25 members ot the Forakcr dub, In
uniform hats and badges, nciompanied by
others to the total number ot 120, atteoded,
at Dayton, yesterday the 22d anniversary
celebration of the United Brethren of Friend
ship, secret order. There as a pnrade, ad
dress of welcome by Dr. Jackson, and
dancing, promenading, etc. The Springfield
contingent report a first-rate day and plenty
The camp meeting on the fair grounds to
morrow will take the form of a grand halle
lujah meeting, at which O. I'. Iloss, the great
reriralist, and Capt. West, with his salvation
army, will be present. Slngiiig by the choir
of North street A. M. E, church. The pro
gramme will be for the day: Prayer and.
praise meeting, 0 a. m.; preaching, 10.30 a
m.j experience meeting, 2 p. m.; a grand hal
lelujah meeting, 3 p. m.; praise meeting, 7
p. m.j preaching, 8 p. m.
Maatlnc ur Women's Keller Corpn.
At the meeting of the Women's Uellef
Corps, yesterday, the reports were somewhat
unsatisfactory. The cause "of this was, that
there was some misunderstanding about the
reports to be banded in. Mn, Jljers, the
state president, sent an order calling a meet
ing of the entire corps at the G, A. B. hall
on tha 13lh of August at 10 a. m. The
president's headquarters will be at the La
gonda House. An invitation was ato ex
tended to the wives of members of the Post
to give all the assistance possible in carrying
on the dining hall at the G. A. B. encamp
ment. Mm. Dr. Bunyan was iu'tiille'd treas
urer and secretary, vice Mrs. L. II. Lamest,
resigned. The executive committee were
instructed to hand in a report lor the com
mittee on tables. All the committees were
Instructed to make final reports to Ihe joint
executive committee next Tuesday evening
at Dr. Bunyan's office, at 7:30 o'clock. The
next regular meeting on Friday afternoon ot
Q. A. B. hall at usual time.
Trausfer or Jlenl i:tnte.
Charles D. Hamaker to John II. Millcuger,
38.58 acres land in Mad Biver township, $1,
John II. Melllnger to A. M. Kawlltis,
38.58 acres land in ilad Blver township,
John JIcDerraott, sou , to James W. MiDer
inott, lot ou Kast Main street, $1,
James S. Wilson to Geo, S. Plattenburg,
lot In Snyder's addition, $4,000,
K. N. Tibbctts to Frank M. Franklin, lot on
Southern avenue, (025,
II. J. Dosler to D. W. Dostcr, property in
South Charleston, $300.
8. E. McCormick to AsaDivIs, lot on North
Isabella street, $4,000.
Klglith Wilril C'auciia,
The republicans of precinct II.. Elirhth
ward, will hold their caucus in Bed Meu'a
building, Ligonda, on Mouday eveuinir.
August 3rd, at 8 o.ilock, to elect delegates to
attend the county convention on the follow
ing day, II, C. La Yiiotwv,
rii a vii v it mi ,s to-m f j it it on:
Allliiiiiiireliinlita fill Union Mervlla-Mie-rml
Hervlreaot Several lluuaea of Wor.
alilp-lleRiltKr Kxerl laea Klaewhura,
Second English Lutheran Sabbath school
at 0 o'clock a. m. Preaching service at 10:30
a. in, by Her, J. F, Shutter.
Wiley Chapel Preaching at morning ses
sion by Bev, II. F. Delo, and In the evening
by Bev, J. I', Shaffer, Sabbath school at
High Street M. E. Bcr. W. L. Bemsbcrg,
ol Oregon, III., will preach at 11 o'clock.
No evinlng service. Sunday school at 0.30
a, m. All are cordially Invited.
First Baptist Sunday school at 0:30 a. m.
No preaching service.
Congregational Sabbath school at 0: 30 n,
in. Service at 11 n. in, conducted by Young
Ladies' .Missionary Society. Union service at
8 p. in., with sermon by Itcv, A, II. Leonard,
l J. 1.
Lngonda Avenue Chapel Sabbath-school
at 3 p. m. Preaching at 8 p. m, by Bev.
Wm. II. Fay.
Central M, I', Sabbath school at !) a. m.
Preaching at lO.'lO n m, by the pastor, Itev,
A, li. Leonard, 11. I). No evening service.
General class at 3 p. m. Seats are free.
Strangers always cordially wilcomed,
First English Lutheran Bev. D. W.
Smith, pastor. Sabbath school at 0 n. m.
Preaching at 10:30 a. m., and Union services
at 8 p. m. Bev. Henry Tucklev, pastor of
St. Paul's M. E. church, will preach in the
ctenlng. The public cordially invited.
St. Paul M. II Sunday school at 8 a. m.
Prendiing by Itev. Henry luckley at 10.30
ft. m. No evening service. All cordially In
vlttd. I'nhrisiilist Sunday school at 0.30 n. m.
Conference meeting at 1 1 a. m , led by Mr.
Clias. W. Smith. All cordially Invited.
Second Presbyterian Services in this
church morning and evening. The pastor, W.
II. Webb, will preuch nt 11 o'clock a. in. At
ulght there will be n union service. Sermon
by the Bev. Joseph Kyle. Sabbath school at
0:30 a. m.
Union Sunday Evening Services Bev H.
Tuekley will preach at tho First English
Lutheran church, Bev. Joseph Kjle at tho
Second Presbyterian church, nnd Bev. Dr.
Leonard at the Congregational church.
Second Baptist Rev. Wilton K. Boone
pator. Sunday school at a.:io a, in. Lord's
Supper at 11 a.m. Preaching at 8 p. ra., by
Bev. Win. Viney. All arc welcome.
Uiiitrd Brethren, Ligonda No morning
smices on account of dedication of mission
church at llotflusville. Sunday school at 3
p. m. Young people's meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Preaching by the pastor at 8 p. m. Music by
children's choir. All aro invited.
Seventh Day Advcntlsts Meeting every
Saturday at 0:30 a, m., and Sunday at 7:30.
p. m. All are cordially invited.
Christ Episcopal There will be no service
at Christ church to-morrow. Services dur
ing ihe remainder of August will be con
ducted by Bev. A. II. Russell.
I'niled Presbyteriau Sabbath school at
0:30 a in. Preaching by the pastor, Bev.
Joseph Kyle, at 1 1 n, in. No evening sei
vice. A cordial welcome to all,
TIIK IHIAMATIV t'HOSI'MVT'
A I'Iiib I. lot or Mmwa Hooked fur the
Conilni: Si.;,,,lrr),,(j Kerno mill
Wliril to ! Here (.runt mctii('iilar mill
'What is tho outlook for theatricals next
seuson, Hum I" was the question propoundid
tins morning to Sim. Waldman, the fat and
genial manager of Black's Opera House, who
was found in the Arcade mopping Ihe per
spiration from his smiling visage with the
nap of ins silk hat. "Finest In the world,'
replied he. "I bale never In all my experi
ence known such fine combinations ready for
the road or so many excellent shows booked
for Springfield. There seems to be a general
teeling among theatrical men in the east
that the season is going to bo a remurkably
prosperous one and they are getting
together such companies as will sur
prise the natives. I think the day ol
"sn.Mle" stock companies nnd cheir rates are
practically over. I don't think we will have
a cheap show here during the coming jear
unless we run in one or two during April or
May, nt the tail end of the season.
It would require a column of your space
to name all the shows that ure already
booked for Springfield and describe them,
but I will mention a few of tho more promi
nent ones. The season will bo opened at
Black's with the Stella Clayton company In
"Fare tte, or the Story of a Waif." Stella
Clayton Is a new star in the theatrical
sky nnd is meeting remaknble suc
cess vith thw play. It ran
seven weiks nt the Union Square in New
lork with crowded house.', and the run was
only stopped by the hot weather. She will
come here in a special train from New York,
and as she carries her ow n scenery and uses
mngulfitent costumes, we can put the piny on
in gorgeous style. The Grand will open
about September 1st with the McNish min
strels, one of the finest combinations on the
road. The three great tragedians, Lawrence
Barrett, Tom Keene and Frederick Ward,
will all touch Springfield. We shall be par
ticulaily rich in spectacular shows. One of
these is "Alono in London," the work of
Col. Smims, of the Park street theater,
Brooklyn, a man of fine reputation in dra
matic circles. This show knocks the "Silver
King" nnd others of ilk all silly as a spectac
ular affair. Harlow Si Wilson, Thatcher,
Primrose k West and four other great min
strel shows will keep the town laughing at
odd interrnls. Then Frank Mayo's "Streets
of New Yoik" is to be revived and will be
brought out in magnificent style. It Is
backed by Mayo and Ibullace uud cau never
want for money enough to make it a great
and takiug show. Yes, I think you can tell
the people that they will havo more than one
dramatic treat during the season.
The police had a comparatively light month
for July, although Independence Dav patriot.
Ism helped out to the usual extent. The to
tal number of arrests during the month was
108, lor the following offenses: Drunkenness
34; disorderly 03; drunk and disorderly 27;
loitering 18; petit larceuy 1-1; gambling 3;
violating Sunday ordinance 4; obstructing
stnets 2; housebrtnkirg 2; using prolane or
obscene language 7; tarrying concealed
weapons 2; allowing slock to run at large
3; loitering about house of ill tame 5; keep
ing bouse of ill lame 3; keeping vicious dog,
ussault and buttery, discharging fire arms
within city limits, exposing person, drunk
ami exposing person, drunk uud resisting
officer, on warrant, common thief, cruelty to
animals, fast driving, violating ten o'clock
ordinance, one each.
The ,atrol wagon record for July is:
Number ot runs 72; number of arrests made
81; runs In nisei of anident 6; in cases of
alckucsil; toU) number of miles covered
The Western Union Telegraph Company
announces through its local manager, Jacob
Brugge., that It will receive suhscriptlor.s to
ward the fund lor the erectiou of a monu
ment to (icueral Grant.
BLvAQK, BRO. &, CO.S
In order to reduce -surplus summer stock in this department, we
have put TELLING PRICES on the following line of goods:
Summer Underwear !
HOSIERY, GLOVES, ETC.
The only house in the city for Genuine Ball's Health Corsets.
Mr. G. II. Carleton, of Cleveland, is stopj
ping at the Arcade.
Mr. A, n. Uunyon, of Now York city, is
registered at the I.agonda House.
Mrs. Tecgarden left for the Magnetic
Springs this morning, to be absent about one
Full and complete Associated Press reports
will appear in the Guiui!-BKriJBt,lo hereafter
instead of "icadv-made rehash by freight."
Those of our citizens summering at Ihe
Yellow Springs House report.most.delightf-.l
times under the shady maples-of that popular
Mr. Jacob Ileard.-who lived north ol La
gonda, died yesterday morning. The de
oeoeeil was C7 years of age, and an old resi
dent. Funeral Sunday afternoon at 2:30.
Mr. S. K. Kyerly returned yesterday from
Warsaw, Mo , after an absence of more than
twenty years. He says he sees little to re
mind him ot the Springfield be left in 1H05.
A carload ot watermelons, arriving initown
this morning, bore evidence that the small
boy had been getting in bis -work. He bad
left his mark on several of the "big'1 ones by
taking out a segment.
Mrs. J nines Bean and daughter, Miss Net
tie, lett Thursday tor Michigan, where; after
a short visit with relatives, they will be
joued by Mr. Bean, and then return to Los
Gatos, California, to reside permanently.
Mrs. Dr. W. P. Allen, of Dubuque, Iowa,
died at her home last evening, after: a long
Illness. Deceased was mother-in-law of Mr.
M. A. Hay ward (whose wife died a law weeks
since), and had frequently visitod in this
city, where she bad many friends.
It will be observed that the GLona-BtrnB-I.io
appears today us fresh as a daisy and frea
from all plate matter, which has been entire
ly discarded, to make room for fresh news by
wire, not freight, and for the city news
gathered by our full corps of reporters.
Miss Mary Hicks and Miss Grade Franklin
of West High Btreet, and Miss Mamie Frank
lin, of North Yellow Springs street, start for
Holden, Mo., on the 3d of August, with their
couiin, Miss Llzrie McClellan, who has been
visiting here the last two months from that
Bev. Wm. II. Warren writes from Utics, La
Salle county, Illinois, that be thinks he will
be so lar recovered from bit Injuries, received
in ft railroad accident, that be will be able to
occupy his pulpit here August 16. He can
now walk about the house and grounds by
The Young Ladies' Missionary Bociety, of
the Central M. K. church, will give a social on
Tuesday evening, August 4th, in the parlors
of the church. Admission free. Ice cream
and cake will be served during the evening.
Music will be one of the most attractive'
features of the evening. A cordial invitation
is extended to all.
Dr. Leonard told the people of Jamestown,
Thursday evening, during an alleged prohi
bition meeting, what bold bad people thej re
publicans are, but forgot to meotlonthe name
of the Individual, in the democratic camp.i
who furnishes the boodle to run their so
called reform machine.
Adjutant General Finley and bis assistant,
Colonell Dill, are inspecting the Seventh reg
iment and Filth battery in camp at Kenton
today. Several hundred friends ot both i or
ganizations will visit them iu camp tomorrow,
I B, & W. running a special train direct to
the grounds. Monday afternoon the military
will break camp and arrive here in the even
ing. Hired Heaalana.
The perfect flower of the professional base
ball field was shown onjlampden Park Mon
day where Indignant spectators assumed to
correct the decision of an umpire by means of
a young riot. The merits of the case as (he,
rioters urge them are of no consequence to
the public, and the spectacle, which culmi
nated in taking off the obnoilous person at a
gallop to save him from bodily barm, was
disgraci to the city. The scene was a legit
imate outgrowth of the modern ball game as
played by hired Hessians.
Democratic Prohibition Ouueplrttcj,
There is a conspiracy between the prohi
bitionists and the democrats to defeat the
republican party in the election In this state
this fall. If this Is not true, then why are
the democratic papers all over the state (so
eager in their defense of Dr. Leonard, tbe
prohibition candidate? There seems to bt a
willingness of the two pasties to resort to
anything in their joint attack on the repub
lican ticket, Therefore republicans should
be on the alert. Wo ran and will, with
proper ellort, elect our liovernor and our
legislature, which names a Uutted States
Tough Old Moldler.
There are various forms ot dyspepsia, chief
ly acute aud ibronlc. "Acute" may seize
vou In a moment, in the shape ot a sudden
fit of Indigestion. "Chronic" keeps its vic
tim in perpetual pain and worry. Kven old
Chronic can be rooted out by Brown's Iron
Bitters. Mr. I. I Cavlns, ol Dinwiddle, Vs.,
says, Brown's Iron Hitters made me entirely
well ul dyspepsia of twenty ) ears'. standing. '
It it will do such a wonder as that, what will
it do for your comparatively recent case?
BLACK BRO. & CO.
BROTHER & CO
TltlH A Hit THAT.
What makes the breath so fragrant, pure 7
What makes the rosy gums endure?
What makes the teeth so pearly white?
What makes the mouth a dear delight?
Tis SOZODONT, that precious boon
Which none can use too late, too soon.
It Is Mover Too I.ate
to cleanse the teeth, and render the breath
odrrifcrous with Fragrant SOZODONT, but it
is best to use this wondcrlul Vegetable Kllxir
before the teeth begin to fail, and the breath
to'lose Its freshness.
"Spildino'b" celebrated Glue, useful and
Mr. Zacbariab Hamilton, a young Madison
county farmer, and Miss Llla Able were
quietly married, Sunday, at the residence of
Mr. F. Bymaster, Lawrencerille, by Bev. Geo.
Twentj.four llonra to X.lvo,
From John Kuhn, Lafayette, 1ml., who
announces that he is now In "perfect health,"
we bare the following: "One year ago I
was, to all appearance, in the last stages of
Consumption. Our best physicians gave my
case up. I finally got so low that our doctor
said I could only live twenty-four hours. My
friends then purchased a bottle of DB. WM.
HALL'S BALSAM FOB TIIK LUNGS,
which considerably benefitted me. I con
tinued until nine bottles, and I am now in
Out lonr Mports,
With the opening of the season ot outdoor
sports comes the time of trouble for the poor
victims of Hay Feyer and Rose Cold. For
them flowers hare no odor, and the Bummer
little or no beauty. To snuff, Bneeze and wipe
their weeping eyes for three or lour succes
sire months this is their pitiable portion.
There Is no help in sea-royages, there is no
help In high mountain air. But there is a
posttire cure in Ely's Cream Halm. Try it.
It you continue to suffer it is because you
neglect a remedy as sure as it is cheap and
Americans are particularly liable to dyspep
sia. In the struggle and bustle of American
life, people do not take time to eat their
meals properly. They fall to digest and dys
pepsia'follows. John Bethel!, of 1934 Lom
bard street, Philadelphia, was so debilitated
with the disease that he couldn't attend to
his business lor ten months. He obtained
no relief from the treatment of physicians.
He heard ot Mishler's Herb Bit'ers, and the
medicine gara him so much relief that he
was soon able to take his meals with pleasure,
the former nausea disappeared, and bis re
covery was speedy and permanent.
The curative power of Ayer's Sarsapnrilla
is too well known to require the specious aid
nf inv STSfffffmlnil np ftltliMia Milli.faa
"Witnesses of its marvelous cures are today
nring in every city ana natnlet ol the land.
Write for names if you want home evidence.
Ministers, Lawyers, Teachers, and others
whose occupation gives tbem but little exer
olse,'(bonId'nsa Carter's Little Liver Pills for
torpid liver and billiousneis. One is a dose.
We art allowed to rater individuals to the
following case of a gentleman in this city
(Cleveland) who Is unwilling to have bis
name appear in print.
He says that for IB years he was a sufferer
from Neuralgia in his back, limbs and bead,
causing blm at times Intense pain, and so
affecting the left shoulder joint that, In swing
ing the arm as in walking, a cracking or
snapping of the joint could be distinctly
beard. This gentleman commenced taking
Dr. Carpenter's Calculi Resolvent in Novem
ber lsst. He was immediately relieved, and
after taking four bottles says he regards him
self thoroughly cured, and ascribes his cure
entirely to a regular and faithful use of
Toe same gentleman aays his wife also has
been greatly benefitted by Its use for impure
breath and other troubles. Sold by J. J.
A HKLIAULK AUT1CI.K.
For enterprise, push and desire to get bucIi
(roods as will give the trade satisfaction, Ad.
'Bakhaus k Co the Druggists, leads all com
petition. We sell Dr. Bosanko's Cough and
'Long Syrup, because it Is the best medicine
on the market, for Coughs, Cold, Croup and
Primary Consumption. Price DC cents and
$1.00. Samples free.
The most deadly toe to all malarial diseases
is Aytr's Ague Cure, a combination of vege
table ingredients only, of which the most
valuable is used in no other known prcpira
tion. This remedy is an absolute and certain
specific, and succeeds when all other med
icines fail. A cure is warranted.
CltRKH VOK l'll.tM.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of
weight in the back, loins and lower part of
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
he lias some ttfectiou ot the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms ot
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
ot tbe stomach, etc. A moistnre, like per
spiration, producing a very disagreeable itch
ing, after getting warm, is a common at
tendant, Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles
yield at once to the application ot Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly
upon the parts affected, absorbing the
Tnmors, allaying the Intense Itching, and
eActftag a permanent care. Price 60 cents.
Sold by AtLlVakhau k Co.
A flMslble Man
Would fise Kemp's Uslsam for tbe Throat
and Lungs. It is curing more coses of
Coughs, Colds, Astoma, Bronchitis, Croup aud
all Throat and Lung Troubles, thin any other,
medicine. The proprietor has authorized Dr.
T. J. Casper, Druggist, to refund your money
II after taking ibree.fourtns ot a bottle, relief
is not obtained, Price 60c aud $1.00. Trial
T. J. THOMAS,
NEW YORK HOflSE SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market House.
Special care with lame homos, colts, trick horses,
horses that Interfere, and those barim; peculiar
lEaRRHp.rfau rai u
mAM BMHHclcan SJL8 thc
III cael. Allays
II n fl a in a t ion,
Heals tho Sores,
jK c s t o r cs the
Sense of Taste
& SmelTTA Quick
k Positive Cure.
Fifty cents at druggists; 60 cents byuiall regis
tered. Hend for circular. SanijiU by mail lOcts.
KI.YIlRIITIIKKa Druttlsts. ejswego, N. Y-
Man and Beast.
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more every year.
IN Till; THEATMEN'T OF
Liver and Kidney Complaints,
Diabetes, Gravel Stone in the
Kidneys and Jiladdcr,
llriglit'n Disease, etc.
EFFUCTKD BY TUB DISCOVERY OF
The following are speclmensof testimonials be
tag dally received by the Calculi KeuUveut Manu
Columbus, O., April
Calculi Rpflolvent MTr. Co., Cleveland, O.t
Dear Hint One of our customers has been trou
bled with Kliioej Cuniplntnt, has tried nearly
everything, and since taking 3 l.nttlra nf Cal
culi Itesolvvnt be claims to be fully relieved and
cured, lie does not want his name made public,
but we can say he has use 1 nearly everything for
his complaint, but this time he struck the right
lUrscuKOLB l.Ros., Druggists.
Clkvilxand, O , March 23, 1885,
Calculi Resolvent M'fV. Co., 70 Water street:
Gentlemen For years I have at times been
trou tiled from torpid liver, acd also, more or leas,
from Kidney a (lection. Some time ago, when In
the condition above mentioned,! procured a bottle
of your Calculi Reaolveiit. At tbe time my urine
was very red, and the sediment accumulated dur
ing the night had somewhat the appearance of
brick dust, lie fore I had completed the bottle my
liver seemed to art Kate a new one, aud the urine
cleared up, the often site smell left It, and now no
deposit is found when it stands a few hours I glie
this statement unasked, snd, it worth anythlngfn
calling the attention of those slmiliarly afflicted,
you may use it as you like. Yours truly,
Jausb A. Young.
Sold lv T wT. Brown.
Its 1 urvhAMT ftftir Uin-ft witk ut-nr if not found
nevfryu;t,iidnsiiUortiiiiil7Tlj mu'r. Made
In ft tarlriy of siylm mul t1m . held b r.t-clai
litiliiK eterjwhei. ttv.iii vt wurlhlesu t ml t tit.ua,
onn intuitu i unlet It Ij Jiall'a ix.nm on th tot
CHICAGO CORPCT CO,, Chicnao. III.
'ine mi T innHtT iho.i ti.t .n ),n k,...u,i ..-
McMonagle & Rogers'
NU)DliET0Y N- .
They arc far superior to un ordlnar) flavor
Injf citrnU, and j;Ue perfect satisfaction.
Their rUvor, although peculiarly drUratc, is
unrivaled m strength, and the bet evidence o
their mcriit U tho increasing demand lor tncin,
Dealers who tc 11 them find their ilea increas
lii,aud all who once use then continue toilu&a
ammmmmmvVri Vf 'cTH
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fl'M f S mJimm fa-m
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RAILWAY fllME TABLE
OliTfilnnd, Columbus, VlnelntiHti unit In.
ttlnnnpulia Hallway. J
HKEAT CENTRAL TRUNK ROJJTB,
) mfb r'i lth loniiectloiis In Union Iiepot.
fur uiiwi uuu ria nermann, lilioaio ana HI
agra Kalla to New York ant New i-.ntlaiid.
Direct concoctions for all Houthern, HoutaweaU
ern and iVcstftn points, either br war of Clncln
natl, Indlanaimlu or bt, Lou la. Fast lime, New
Mulpmont, and running through tbe moat popu
lar part of the country; possessing OTerr appli
ance for speed and comfort known to be service
able. Tha IW'st fioad-Hod and the Safest Kuad In
the West. Tickets br this popular rout lot aala
at all regular ticket offices.
A. J. SMITH, Oenoral raeeen-er A tent.
C lereland, Ohio.
C. C. C. & I. RAILWAY.
Tulni Lmi Solar -
NIMit ExprcKB 13:43 a m
Hpnua;., Dei. 4 Col. Auoom ...., 7:b4 a m
S. Y. 4 ltoHtou Kxprean tf .60 a lu
ClDclniiMl A N. Y. Vaat Line.. 9 3l p m
C'levuUli 1 1 axl Line. 3:35 p m
Midnight Kxprr 2:aj a m
ClnclmiHtl ami Ht. LotUa Lint ,. 'SMOa m
Bprlngtleld A Cincinnati Kxprem... KMSam
Cincinnati Kiwt Line nnm
Houthern KxprcHH .J.45pui
Dayton, A Clu. Li 6.18 p m
HprW. A Cln. Accom, Hunday only, 7-lXJ m
fatuii, opniiKueu auu uei, Accom. 7:10 p m
Iralii Arrlrs Tna Oitth,
Midnight Kxprwa 12-35 m
Uarton, Hpg. ami Del. Aicom 7:V)a in
N. Y, A JioHtou Kxprewi .. tf:60 m
Cln. AHprlinUeM Ezprewi ll:25t m
Cleveland Kant Line- , 4:85 cm
Springfield Accom. 5:3) nm
Cln. 4 N. Y. Kant Line mo p m
Spfd. A Cln. Accom., Sunday only. 1,20pm
Train ArtlTS Tna bit.
Night Kxprttw m 2:15 am
Chill ami m Louis Llin ".5:10 am
Cincinnati Kant Line Ufflnm
.-ioutlicru Kiprww. ... , Ht5nm
Columbus, Delaware. Dayton Ac. 7:10 p m
TliefcO trillllS 4IO tllli OlllV iWIcm f-itmlnr r.n
Train imvlntf at D.'iO n. in. haa through
leeplii;;car to DokIoii and New York with
Tho tram leaving at 3:35 has parlor car to
Cleveland, connecting with the through
Kleeper to Sow YorK ai.il it., ten.
Train lovl k Springfield at D.10 p in haa
sleeper lo N. w Yoik without change.
All trains run oy Cmitrai auindard Tlma
which is 25 minutes slower lhau .-priugdeld tlma.
Uko. II. Kniuut,
Ticket Agent, Aroade Depot,
I. B.cfc "VST".
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
3 miici nssnoi mm 3
w Xjxilj , each wav,
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And I.lcgant Modern Coaches on Da mini
Steel Iails,3Iiller l'laM oi-juh and
umiuorn, Air Jirakes aud all
Modern Improvement ,.
Shorten! nnj Must Deslrablu Route lie.
tween tlitg i:ast nuil West. Through
Tickela anil HagKage Check
tu all l'rlnclpal 1'oluta.
Particular advantages oHeied to Western Eml
grants. Laud aud Tourist Tickets to all point
readied by any line.
lWenger trains kave sprlnt-dold, O., from Union
Depot as (olio s.
Oolug Last, C 03 a. in., 8.55 a. in., 5:25 p m.
'J. tip. m. r '
Going West, 2.:0a. m., ll:S5a. in., 5:80 p. m.
Going North, ii:JJ a. ui., lu.-Wa. ia.,6:;0p. m.
JJoIng south, o. d. ii. it., io:3o a. in., 6:i5 p. m.
Trains arme: r
From Kaat, 2.U5a. iu.,8.10a. in., 11:15 a. m . 5:C0
p. ui. '
From West, 2.10 a. ra.. 9.15 a. m., K.30 n. in.
h rom North, 1 SO a. ui S.50 p. ui f :55 a. in.
Irom South il.oOa. m., J.iOji. in.
C. K. lleiulernon, H. j. Hronaon,
(Jen'l Manager. tfen'l Tkaet Act,
I. II. KIKJIli;, Agent. Springfield. J, 8
Ohio Suutheru Illusion.
Tralni Arrlie from Jackson and.Washlngtou t. H
Spnngi'ld H. .
No. 1 (except Sunday) s:L5 p. ra. 1:30 p. m
ho. 3(eateptMindaj) 10:Iua. in. 9:00. a. m
Trilni Dsoirt for Jickion aid Wiihlngton C H
fcprlugl'ld K. K.
No. 2 (except Sunday) ll: a, m. 10-H0 a. m.
No. 1 (except SuudaiJ 5:55 p. m. 5:85 p. m
N. Y. 1'. O. UA1LWAY.
Trains Leave KO'.sr tut
No. 2accomm.dilly, except Sunday 4.50 p.m."
No. a, N. Y. Limited dally . joaj ,
No. 8, New York hxprcss daily 9.31 p. m,
Trtl.11 Lmvi coins Wait
No. l,Cln. Express dally 11:00 a. m.
No. S, St. L. Limited Lipress dally.. 3:53 p. m.
No. 1 leaving litre at 10:J9 a. m. arrives in New
tliroucli to ew York without change ot
for tickets to all points North, South, East and
est and further luloruiatlon, call on
J. I). 1'iilki.kr, .A sent; othce in -t. James Hotel,
roe hacks from city to del ot for all paaaeugers
Bolus- emtio wilts or beyond. Leave order for
hack at ticket office one hour before departure of
PAIS HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C aV St. L. Hall way.
L. M. liliiaioii SiirlngUt'ltl Ilrunch.
LV. . iMT'Kf
t7.10a initio. Ilani
7 3Jam U .1G.1111
Ar. tolu mil's
No. 9, i-astcru hxprt
a. iu.; Yellow priiiKS
9.30a. m.i CuluuibiiB II.
s, leaves hprlugheld t.V)
v in a. iu. ..rrive Aenia
10 a. 111.
to. li. 1 No. o.
1.U..I ' It--
t i'j O.'ami
Lv. I 0I11 nib's
Ar. Y. Hnr'sH
No, 10, Local Accommodation, leaves Xenla 5.30
a, iu. Arrlie Yellow Bprlugs CIS a. in.i Spring,
held 7.00 a. in.
Dally. 1 Dally except bunday.
Traia No. 1 makes immediate connections at
XenU for Washington C, 11., Clillllcoihe, Uncln
iiatiaud Cnliitnbus. No. 9 is the Fast Eastern
1:1 press, making im mediate tonnuuloua at XenU
for I'ltisburg, llarrlsburg, Washington. Haltlinore.
Philadelphia, New York, lloston, all Eastern and
Sew Liigland points. Also throujh car service for
Cleveland. No, 11 makes diect con
nections at Xenla for Cincinnati, Louis
ville and points Niutlij through trains for KIch.
moud. ludIanaiHlls, Ht, .ouis and .jlnta West.
No. b Is the famous Limited Express aud makea
direct connections at Xenla lor Columbus, ruts,
burg, llarrlshiirg, llaltimore, Washington, I'nila.
delphla. New York, llostoii, all Kastern aui New
England joints, alsu tnimedlato connection for
Cleveland, Huitalo, Niagara Falls, Albany and
Syracuse, N. Y. No. 7, last Line, Western and
routheru l.ipress, making liouiedlateronnocticn,
at Xenla for f'intiunatl, Liulsville, Chattenooia
Nashville, Memphis, and New OrleaLf, and
for lllchmoud, Chicago, and iiolnt
In the North and Northwest; Indianapolis, Bt.
luls, Kauiaaflty and jiilnU lu the West and
Boulhwest. All trains run on Central time,
whlth is 2S miuutes slower than city time. Tick,
ets sold and baggage checked to all polnta In tha
United btates, and reliable Information, can ba
obtained at the othce rf tai Com.
pany's Agent, this city. Particular In.
formation as to tiaie of train 000 mo
tions, rates, etc., cheerfully furnished.
Gallon J. M.iUNM,City Ticket AfnL
JAM. MctJKUa, Manager,
K. A. I'oan, Ueneral l'aasecjer Aal,