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GLOBE KBPUBIJO. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10 18B5.
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LOCAL UK KIM TIM.
Suit h been brotiRht and atlarhtnent Is
sued n court In the c!0 of Andrews Hen.
ner vs. Kmmoni A Koach,
The county commissioners met today with
a full hoard, lint transacted no business be
yond the pawing ol iom bills.
Croes, the crack catcher of last year's base
ball club, stopped oer several hours this
mornlnir on his way to Louisville.
John Conntrs was found asleep at the tar
get on Kast Main street yesterday morning
and run In for loitering by Officer Keconl.
The Central hose reel spnt the morning
washing out the sewer-pipe In front of the
station house. TLc clmln-L'ang are doing the
A telegram from New York this afternoon
says: "The firm ot Emmons k Roach, in the
Iron business at 130 and 134 Cedar street, as
signed today for the benefit of their creditors,
without preference .
Seats ate being put up at the Fair Grounds
for the accommodation of those who wish
tbem. Tickets will be on sale at 0. H. Pierce
k Co.'s, J. M. Ougenhelm, (Irnnts Sons, and
J. M. Donnel'a at 10 o'cluck.
Charles Jickson, whow doth occurred a
fews ago, was a member of Camp 51, I. A.
S. of A. The camp passed resolutions de
ploring his death and expressing sympathy
for the relatives and friends of the deceased.
This camp will have important business neit
A Urge quantity of tools belonging to
carpenters employed on Z. M. Johnson's
house burned up In the fire yesterday. The
1 oss Is a serious one to the owners. It Is now
thought possible the fire was caused by tramps
or others rousting corn in the house and that
it wm not intentional.
Yesterday morning as John tianklns was
crossing the street car track at the Hut street
shops, a bucket bail lying in the road became
entangled In his wheel and gave htm a header
which dislcCHted the elbow joint ot his lelt
arm. He came into the oftlce ot Dm. Russell
k McLaughlin, where his arm was set.
The (5. A. H. eoramitt-e has received the
7th and -J regiment tents. Also thosa ot the
1st and Mh batteries and 'J ill btttalion. Col.
White goes to Columbus tonight to expedite
transportation of the 14tb an I Clh regiment
tents. The work ot pitching them goes on
tomorrow, a large force of men being em
Mr. Clitrles M. Daugherty, until recently
one of employees in the Treasury department,
from this Congressional district, is now fill
ing the position of news editor on the Wash
ington, D. C. Post. The Post is one of the
newtiest papers published at the Capitol, and
Mr. Daugherty will hold his end of the string
well in tact.
Mr. J. A. Brown, a colored letter carriir
In Cleveland, has been endorsed by the col
ored people of that city for legislative honors
and will, in all probability succeed the Hon.
J. P. Green, from Cuyahoga county. Mr.
Ilrown's mother, brother and sister reside at
Wilberforce near Yellow Springs, and is well
known uy'many of out colored people.
A picked nine, made up ol local platers,
go to Xenia tomorrow to open the Xenia
base-ball grounds. The home team will be
composed ol: Metcalfe, catcher; Bradford,
pitcher; Mulahearn, second base; Fisher, first
base; Leuty, third base; Sbay, short stop;
Seggerson, left field; Cavauaugh, center field;
Lyons, right field, and flagon, substitute.
On Saturday night Pat. Hughes was jailed
by Officers .Viiklas and Ward on a charge of
embezzlement. It seems that earlier fn the
evening Pat. Conners bad given him a dollar
at Welsh's "arcade" on the corner of Cheery
and York streets, telling hlra to buy s quart
of teer and bring beck the change. He never
saw anything more of tlie ter nor change.
The mayor had a full court this aftemoon,
the follon ing beicg the cases, all $1 and coik:
Maggie Krumholtz, Mrs. Citsey, ftuoda Lisle,
Alf Miller, Sidle Clark, John Connors, James
Culbersou, Cbas. Peters, Sylvester Digan, II,
0. Van Camp, J. L. .pauldiug. John Cable,
drunk and disorderly, $' and costs. Ed.
Peters, drunk and disorderly, case dismissed
on promi.-e to leave town.
Two Union News company employes in
dulged in a sportive wrestling match this
forenoon in front of the supply room on
Market street. One, named Clipplnger, fed
ami dislocated one of his ankles. He was
taken into the central engine Iioiho and the
dislmallon reduced by Dr. A. M. Potler who
wn called. The name of the young fellow
he was wrestling with is Hose.
iletweeo 4 and 5 o'clock yesterday nftei
noon Marzel Holer ami another man namtd
Hubert, who were on a high sprtc, unhitched
a horse belorglng to a countryman, hitched
on East Main street, near Spilng, and drive
It about town for an hour, returning it, final
ly, sornewbatthe worse for wear. Holer was
arretted at John Spangenberger's saloon this
morning by Oflker Wilson.
C'blel Simptnti believing that ' stitch in
time saves nine," has been eximlniug the
fire cisterns formerly depended upon and has
found several In bad condition. All such are
belni; put in repair against the time when
they will ba needed again This morning the
Queen steamer was out pumping out the cit
tern at Plum and Washington atresia, which
Is leaky. It will be put In condition again
and rt -filled ready lor duty.
Mr. Samuel A, Clarke left for Emporia,
Kan?., this morning.
Mr. Will Hall, ot South Limestone street,
spent Sunday at Yellow Springs.
Mrs. John Hawk, a pioneer residing at
Plattsburg, is not eioected to live.
Mr. and Mrs. William Chambeie, Miss Min
nie Newton, of Columbus, are vising In Plaits
burg, Mr. James Miller returued yesterday from
an extended trip through the oorthern part
f the state.
Mrs. Win. Webster, ol Middletown, spent
Sunday wittj her friend Mrs. J. 8,. Woolley,
ol 8 Factory slreet.
Miss Kena Ailineand Miss Lulu Iligley, of
Zinesvllle, will visit Miss D.ira Moore, of
South Pearl street, (hit week.
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Kelley and Mr. and Mrr.
W. R. Lion leave for Chautauqua tomorrow
morning to spend several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Levir, of the firm
of 0. J. Ltwis k company, Si. Louis, Mo.,
are spending a few days Ilh their latbtr,
Dr. Sprecher, on tlio Ndrth Side.
Julia Acker, two years old d (tighter of Js.
D. and Jessie Ilugui (laker, died at James
town yesterday, at 2 o'clock p. m. The re
mains were tsken to Pittsburg for Interment,
Tbs bereaved parents have the sympathy of
their saaay friend lo Springfield,
A MIDNIGHT MARRIAGE,
POLLOWimi AS KXTHKMKLt
A Prospermia Youth Win the Love of St
llenutiful Heiress Too Vouna to Marry
Ilia family Mlvea Valuable A.tlstance
Married on llnar Ship.
The trsln from Cincinnati arriving here at
11 o'clock last evening brought back Clayton
Sells and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie F. Sells, nee
Barbara W. Dinkel, the beautiful and wealthy
daughter of the late Stephen Dinkel, pro
prietor of the Dinkel brewery. The story of
tbelr courtship and marriage is slightly ro
mantic, to say the least. The young hus
band Is a boy ol 20 years, son of John Sells,
until recently proprietor ol a feed
store on West Main street. Until
about six months ago he was a
core-maker lu the West End Malleable shops,
but slnca that time he has been a wholesale
hay dealer. As an employe of the shops he
was known as a good steady worker, and
since h6 has been in Dullness for himself his
energy and faithfulness brought him prosper
ity. The time of his first meeting with the
beorlne of the story is a little misty. He
himself says he met her about five or six
months ago.while.hls brother Clayton says that
the meeting occurred over ft year ago. How
ever that may be, the fact stll', remains that
they were In love with each other and have
had everything their own way ever since she
returned a couple of months ago from
Cincinnati, where she had lieen
in school during the past winter. It seems
that her guardian, 0. W. Constantlne, per
mitted her to do pretty much as she pleased
and was entirely unware that Cupid had any
thing to do with the maidens life. As
she is only 17 years old, and her lover was
still under age, It was impossible for tbem to
get a'license here without her guardian's con
sent, and they put their heads together to
plan an elopement. The young lady selected
as her boarding place the residence of her
lover's parents, on Cedar street, and has been
there for the past five or b!x weeks. Prepa
rations were made for the marriage with
great deliberation, the Sells family and
their friends being perfectly aware of
what was going on. On Saturday last
everything was ready and the couple with
the groom's older brother, Clayton Sells, as
guardian angel and chaperon, took their way
to Cincinnati on the morning train Intending
to get married In Kentucky. The Enqu'rer
of yesterday has them written up thusly. "A
rather good-looklog and stylish couple
struck the Kentucky shores yesterday on a
matrimonial mission. That tbey were lovers
was only too strongly illustrated by the strict
and careful attention that the gentleman paid
to the lady. She was exceedingly beaullful,
and her registered age was just sixteen years,
according to the Ohio estimate, which is
about one year behind that of Kentucky
She wore a straw hat bleached, heavily
trimmed in white satin and feathers. Her
dress was of piuk saline, wlihjace front, and
her hat set with artistic grace on her hair,
which she wore a la Pompadour. She wore
the latest cut of a Newport tie, with pink
hose (as tar as visible), and altoge'her she
looked like n belle at a country picoic, and
was possessed ol a disposition that melted all
the young blwds on the street, who only
reach the height of their ambition when tbey
can guy a girl that flashes good harness. Her
Intended was a young-looking fellow dressed
In a suit of police blue, aod wore a white hat
with a black band The mas claimed to bail
trou, Springfield, Ohio, then Columbus, Ohio,
while the girl said that she was from Pitti
burg. Sub-equent developments, however,
proved that they were both from Springfield,
Ohio. The young mau is well known In that
vicinity, where he is engaged in the purchase
of hay. They first tried to get a license In
this city, but failed. They then went to Cov
ington, where they met with similar lack of
success, owing to the fait that the girl bad not
reached the age which is lequlred by Kentucky
lams liefore they can get married. They then
went to Newport, but fate seemed to be against
tbem The clerk decliued to issue tbem a
license, alth ugb the girl and her intended
and his brother all made a pitiful appeal for
the document which would give a minister
the privilege of uniting two hearts. The
guardian racket was then applied for before
the County Judge. Here they met with a
double obstacle. In the first place, the Com
monwealths' Attorney, Judge W. W. Cleary,
has given orders to County Julges to stop
this thing of appointing guardians for Ohio
and Indiana lovers who bare aching hearts.
The next thing, it transpired that the girl has a
guardian who is an Ex-Mayor ot Springfield,
After thus getting lelt at every turn the
undaunted lovers aod their big brother barded
the steamer "BLr Fandy" for Portsmouth at
u o'clock and continued their search fur a
license aod a preacher. When tbey arrived
at Portsmouth at 1 o'clock at nlgbt Clayton
skipped out In town to skirmish fur the in
dispensable, having bribed the captain to
bold the steamer until bis return. He neg
lected to state the ages ot the party this time,
and then obtained the precious paper, return
ing in about a half an hour with It and a
clergyman, whom he had yauked out ol his
downy couch and pious dreams. The steamer
moved on up the stream a little piece, veered
over to the Ktulucky side, aod there, in the
dead of night, the mioister lead the cere
mony by the dim light of a coil nil limp in
Ihe stuffy little cabin, with the brother and
the captain ts witnesses of the ceremony.
The newly united pair remained at Ports
mouth over nlgbt, taking the morning sliaa
er tor Cincinnati and starling 'hence for
Sprl uji field at 7 o'clock last evening. Forlhe
present they are domiciled with bis parents
on Cedar sireet but will toon remove to a
home of their own. The groom was oo the
street bright aod early thi morning, and
when, Interviewed by a Glose-Rifuiilic re
porter seemed very jubilaut over the surcees
ot the "slope," was.qulte willing to talk and
wanted to be given a good "send off."
"flather lively lamily you belong to," re
marked the repo ter to Clayton Sells a lit
lie later. "On, yes, we have to keep things
moving In the West End. We are
a little bit lively, but none ot us ever gol eu
tangled with the law bul Lh.tlie lor Ibat
Kelly racket, you know." "How did that
affair end?" The suit was wlihdrawo, aod
Charlie is still here." "Did be ev.rsjna.rrr
the Kelly girl?" -No, nor don't intend to "
On last Friday Mr. John H. Wilson dlr
eorered that two fine msres on his farm, tbree
miles north of tows, bad been severely li
jured, one hsrlng the tendons and mii!ii
of her bind left cat 'just above tbe
knee Joint, and lbs other hvlog
an ugly gash on tbe "pastor
Joint near the boot ot tier hind foot. At first
lie thought tbs hirsts bad Inaued them
selves, but yest'dy tbe horse were exam
ined by Dr. Cbirlestrortb, of this city, who
pronounced them eat from an ax or soma
We do not find fault, reproach or con
dciiin the practice of any regular plml
cl.tn tills it not our mtaalon but we do
claim that If he were to add r.MJljA to
hU prescription, a directed In out book
on the " lllsof Life," (and furnished grat
uitously bv all druggists), he would cure
all lus patients.
Mr, Henry C.Rcynolds, Ironton, Law
rence County, Ohio, writes! My wife
h.is been sorely distressed for many years.
1 ter disease or diseases and the symptoms
of them have been so varied that an at
tempt to desci ibc them would be more
it,. n I frel ahle to undertake. I have
paid over thousand (t,ooo) dollars for
ioctors and medicines for her, without any
satisfactory results. We read to ,much
about vour Peruna that I was forced to
try It." Slichas now taken fivo bottles:
they have done her more good than all
the doctors and medicine that she has ev
er made use of. I'chUNA. Is certainly a
God-send to humanity."
Mrs. O. L. Gregory, Las Vega San
Migvcl County, New Mexico, writes: "I
think Pikuma and Manamn saved mjr
Mrs. Cora Engel, First Home on Lt
telle street, near Rich, Columbus, Ohio,
says. "It affords me much pleasure to
state to you the benefit I have received
from our ikruna. i nan ui-cn uuuu,
with kidney complaint and dizziness in
my head for eighteen years. 1 tried diff
erent kinds of patent medicines, and con
sulted a numberof physlclans.but received
no benefit whatever. About three weeks
ago I commenced taking Peruna. I be
an to net better before I had taken halt
a bottle. The dizziness has disappeared,
and the other affection' hat BO much Im
proved that I am positive, after I will
have taken another bottle, I will be entire
ly well. I feel like a different person at
ready. A number of my friends have
used it, and they think it is a wonderfid
remedy. Mv husband says it Is cue u:
the best medicines for a cough that r.
A. W. Blackburn, Woostcr.O., writes:
" Several weeks ago a man came to n,c,
all broken down, terribly nervous, Ktom
ach without any power to digest food.
Had tried four doctors; nonedul liim any
good. Asked me to do something for
him. I recommended Manamn. He
told mc to-day that he has been taking it
reguUrly, and is now almost well. Said
he would sound the praises of M ANAUH
far and near."
l'B BU-llA Is solil by all druggll. Trice SM.00
r bottle, six bottles SI5.0II. If you connot set
It from your Jrnegtst, we will end It on receipt ot
regular price We prefer you buy It from your
iiruexl.il, but If be nus't It do not be penuided
to try something else, but order from us atonce as
ulrectel. S. II. IIsutjlam A Co.,
Similar Evening- at the Secolul Itaptlst
While Abraham Lincoln Issued the procla
mation that freed millions of American sUves,
Oen. Grant, by his gallant deeds In arm,
made possible ibe fulfilment of that procla
mation, and has held a place In the regards of
the colored people lurdly second to that of
Lincoln himself. In rrsponse to a press no
tice, tbe colored citizens of Springfield lajt
evening filled the spacious audience room of
the Second Baptist church, on South Factory
street, holding a special service in memory of
the great soldier and executive officer.
Rsv. Wilton U. Iijone, pastor ot the church'
was chairman and Id stating tbe object of he
meeting made some appropriate remarks.
Jamrs O. Clayton was secretary. On motion
a committee consisting of K. 0. Jackson,
Henry Madison and L. P. Huniter was ap
pointed on retolutlons and at once retired to
draft tbo same. During their absecce Dr. T.
J. Wbitcomb was introduced and spoke with
such force and pathos as to touch all beartr.
The line of thought pursued was General
Grant's persistence In all that he undertook.
W. S. Newberry, Kiq.,wastbe next speaker.
He reviewed General Grant's life frum boyhcod
to its close, eulogizing him as a lalthful,
trustworthy friend of tbe oppressed race. On
this point ths speaker was especially eloquent
and impressive, and the facts presented will be
Graham Deuwell E q followed in a mas
terly effort upon tne lessons taught by the
life of the departed hero and staunch fiiend
of the colored race.
Rev. Mr. Fields of Alabama, in beautiful
imagery, pictured this central figure of the
nineteenth century in Ibe "bright beyond,"
crowned witb glory, viewing things of earth.
Wm Miles spoke ot bis tour years service
under Grant in the Union army, where he
often saw and learned to admire and confide
Rev. Mr, Itoone closed by a thrilling uppcal
to tbe people to bold sacrid Ibe memory of so
true a friend, and hoped that the rising gen
eration would pattern and model tbelr lives
after so honored a hero.
Tbe resolutions were then pres.-nted, us
Where is, Uy Divine will America's greatest
hero aodourstaunchest friend has lit en called
from labor to reward tbe man of unrivaled
destiny, statesmanship and ndlitary r, quirc
menls ol the modern age, w , in common
witb mourning nations, show our hoi row and
gratitude as a tribute of chmished respect.
Resolved, That In 'the death ol U.H. Grant
we, the sbaiklt-ridden lace of this country,
have 1 st a most honest and deviated friend.
Tbat bis exalte I humanity to us shall always
be a pleasant raining lor our minds to feast
on as a model explication of American liberty,
plcturirg tbe beauties of a free government
tor tbe people to wblcb our gratit jile shall be
Resolved : That bis kindness as a Mlliiary
chieftain and touriesy as execuilvu ruler, en
lorciug the rights and liuinunites lo all citlzeiis
without discrimination, was tbe out-burst of
a good and noble heart, for which our race
has reason to extal and reverence his name as
our public benefactor, fiist among the tbree
who ispoused our cause. Thank gol tbey
dared tbe right Grant, Lincoln, Sumner.
The resolutions were adopted. Tbe sing
llK by tbe choir was grntid. It was con
ducted by (J. D. Saajne, Spdial imulloa
should be made ot a tjln sung by Mirs Diana
Hackly, lai of the Wllb- rfore Concert (Jo.,
also member ot tbe Baptist choir, entitled
"Flee as a bird," Her voice was la fine trim
and the solo was well received.
at riasT Bir-risr chukcu.
Veil e; day morning t tbe First Baptist, ibe
pastor, Rev. A. L. Wilkinson, p-eatbed avery
pointed and appropriate sermou showing that
God controls the detllnles of nations ss well
as Individuals, as ddufel from tht lilt and
death of General D. 3. Giant, ills text was
Ibe 27ib verse ot 1st chapter 24 Samuel,
"How are the mighty fallen and tbe weapons
of war perish 1" He said, In substance, that
no predicament or emergency would or Lad
arisen In the live of Individuals or the hit
tory of nations which bad not been foreseea
and provided for by Ood. To verify tbat tbat
view was true, be referred to strikingly fa
miliar ep-xbs which are so promi
nent la the history of our own
atioa as cogently and aptly Illustrating tbe
principle set forth, Wheu tbe revolutionary
war broke out, caused by lirannlcal oppres
sion ot Kagland, tbe military mistress of the
world, our Infantile armies were led to vic
tory by tbe lather of oar country, ixflsted by
hi able civil colleague who formed a ftellar
THE NEWEST STYLES.
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26 SOUTH MARKET STREET
THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES. THE MOST
embodiment of brain and peculiar executive
ability, whlcb seemed to be provldentlat In Its
formation. So when the champions of aboli
tion had hurled upon them tbe vile epithets ot
derision from the lips ot their countrymen,
they maintained a demeanor of
stoicism In this ' righteous cause,
as they proclaimed their God
glten sentiments of liberty to all men, which
In time culminated in the elKllon ol Abra
ham Lincoln to the presidency as the eman
cipator of an enslaved rare. Then when the
perpetuity of our nation and its Institutions
were threatened by civil war Lincoln, sur
rounded by a cabinet peculiarly 'onstltuted
for that great emergency, guided tbe ship of
state safely through the perils ot the rebellion
at the seat of government, while Gen. U. S.
Grant, tbe Illustrious military chlettatn and
commander of the Union armies, vanquhhed
the enemy npou tbe battle field. And Giant,
with bis imperturable spirit,sucrecded In quiet
ing the rebellion alter others had failed because
ot her great military genius and because ho
was the one who was especially fitted end
designed for the work which devolved upon
him. And now In the dsy ot our national
sorrow wblch Is felt in tbe south as well as
the north wo fee an urdivided imtlon. God
moves In mysterious wajs but his hand and
wisdom are manifest at we stu ly the history
Tbe meeting of committee on arrange
ments met M Rencbler's bakery last evening
to appoint sub-commltteis for coming meet
ing of State Tutn-Versln. Mr. Cbas. Keller
was elected permanent Chairman and Mr,
Jos. Schneider Treasurer and Secretary. Mr.
Renchler and Mr. Keller were appointed a
committee on refreshments. Chris. Schu
macher and Joseph Buis committee on deco
rations. Leo Braua and Jo. Looker on music
and dancing. The several committees Intend
to make as big a thing ol It as possible. Tbe
committee on reception have arranged for cx
e irsion trains to run over I., 11. k W., and G ,
0, C. it I , from Columbus, Cincinnati, Clevt
land, Dayton and all the large
cities in the State. Tbey Intend to
have a large procession on tbe
miming of the 7ih ol September, and tbe
athletics will take place at the fairgrounds In
tbe afternoon. A large dance is arranged for
in tbe evening at some of the large hulls In
the city. The next meeting will be held next
Mood y evening at Jacob Schaeffer's bakery,
at 8:30 p, in., when arrangements can more
definitely be made concerning the cimlng
Thsj Duebfk Watcii Cabe Mm. Co.
Nkwpout, Ky., June 20, 1B85.
ifr. X. E. C. Whitnty:
My Dear Sir 1 have yours of the 27lb
acknowledging the receipt of $120.00.
Alt you have done for us has been very
satisfactory, in lact we have never had any
patent specifications drawn which pleased us
so much as those drawn by you.
You are perfect in your business.
I am very rerpclfullr Tours,
John C. Ouibxr, President.
To N. B. 0 Whitney,
Springfield, Ohio. 2C4 a
Mr. Joseph Uruxa, whose magnificent work
has won him an enviable reputation, has
opened a shop at No 31 Rast High street.
The finest and most elegant shoes lor ladies
and gems ever reen in this city weie the
work of Mr, Hruza, who baa no equal in tbe
West as a fine workman.
Ladies in charge of tables at tbe W. R. C.
and S. ot V. dining ball, cooks, waiters and
dish wathera, are ordered to rerortat the build
ing on fair grounds Tuesday, at 4 p. in , to
have places assigned. By order of executive
committee, G. I). Ilunyan, secretary. 264a
The Pennsylvania lines, west of Pittsburg,
announce tbe sale of excursion tickets to Get
tysburg, Pa and return, on August 11 and
12, from all ticket stations In Ohio. Tiikots
will be good for return passage until the 15th,
inclusive, giving all who may attend an op
ortunlly to lie present on the 13th, which
has been set apart as "Ohio Day," tbe services
of Ibe day lo be conducted by Ohio survivors
of that memorable battle.
K reunion rate from Springfield, $17.25. '
Creamery and country, wholesale and retail,
corLer Main and Shaffer street. Telephone.
Beautiful and well-furnished rooms, single
or en suite, witb or without board, at the pri
vate boarding house of Mrs. Berry's, Rarnett's
Uk.ik, northeast corner of Malo and Factory
stieets. Mrs. Berry baa just furnished sev
eral new rooms and has now one of the most
comodious houses In the city. A special Invj.
tation Is rxended to ladles and small families,
Tbe I., II. k W. Railway rill run a spirlal
low rate excursion to Niagara Fall', starling
Tuesday, August 25th, reaching tbe Falls
early Wednesday morn log. Rale from
For lime, etc, see general advertisements,
which will I thoroughly circulated in a few
days. II. H. Uuoxkov,
General Ticket Agent.
Mpeelal Malice lo DM Valerna Soldiers.
A grand reunion of old soldiers of ibe
154th regiment. 0. V. I., will take place at
Xenia, August 13. Kxrursioo tickeU will be
placed on sale at vtry low rates, aod all old
vetsrans a-e invited and rxnecied to be pres
ent. For particulars as to trains, Ac,, call nn
J, M. Ilista, Ticket Agent,
Kieunlaa ttt Hi. v..,i.Ium.
On Tuesday, August II, a select excunion'
Sn win ware via inn l., l. rv . (, II, (or
an Francisco, Cal. ParlUs coulenipla'iig a
I rip to Ibe Parlfic coast should take adrant
age of Ibrie rates and conveniences For
particulars apply to tbs I., B. k W. It. It.
ticket office, Springfield, 0.
D. H. Rochi, Agent,
For Ladies, dents, Misses and Children.
HANG OUT TOUR BANNERS.
ALL SIZES AND PRICES, TO BE HAD AT
THE SPRINGFIELD SEED COMPANY.
We havo received nn inimeiiHO slock or Flags, Banners, Festooning, Lanterns, ami all
kinds of Decorations.
Give our GL A. R. Visitors a Bousing Reception
By decorating your houses- and stores.
LET WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY BE GALA DAYS ALL AROUND.
SPRINGFIELD SEED CO.,
35 LIMESTONE STREET.
Buy pure, home-made appli-cidor vinegar,
fcr table use and for pickling at 0. II, NefTs
Cash Grocery, 140 Clifton sireet. Call on us
or send order on postal card by mail and we
will deliver one gallon or more. 203 V
UITV CLKUK'rt OKFICK, 1
SprlngBcM, Ohio, July 22cl, l&ij. f
At a meeting of the Ouuncll of mild City,
lieKl on the2tMtlnat ,iwiuorum being pieicnt,
tb following resolatlou whn ndopteil :
Resolved, By tbe Clly Council of the City of
riprlugfleld,uli!o, two-thirds of tho mciiibom
elected thereto coiicuritug, That It la necta
Mtry and thai. It liitenda lo make a public
Improvement by constructing the sower
hereinafter described, nccordlng to the plans,
profile" nml specifications therefor on Hie In
Iheolllce ot tbe City Civil Engineer, recorded
In the ottlce of the City Clerk, and npeu to the
Inspection of all partlca Interested, unci that
the said sewer In the sewer district herein
after described said newer and Hewer dis
trict 11 uk part i( the plau unci tynem ot
sewerage foraatJ city heretofore adopted by
Council rc required and are hereby desig
nated lor Immediate ute. Paid sewer Is de
scribed aa follow, via:
Commcnclrg at tho Intersection of Foster
street with Main street, and running thence
in, along and Ukiii Foster atreet north to the
Intercepting newer designated on the plan of
newera for wild city heretofore adopted by
Council, bk lying houiIi of una nearly parallel
with the general course of Ituck Creek, x
tending weal to iho corporation Hue, with
which Intercepting hewer Buld Hewer ladealg
nrd to connect.
Bald sewer la In tbe (Jreou Mount Bewer
District, orKewer DlatilciNo. 2, tho bounda
ries nf which aro ns followa, lzi On the
north and northwest the cenler line of Duck
Creek and the orpoiotion line; on the eat
the corporation line; on lh wiuth the north
line of Itlgb street, mid on the wet the cat
line of Market Ktreet
Tlie plana and Bpcc fient'ons required by
law fjr tlio construction of until aeu'eiahave
been prepared, and nro on niu In the oftlce of
the Clly Civil Engineer for examination and
Inspection by ponies Interested, mid Council
will hear HiildpartleN lit im regular meeting to
Is) held In the Council Chamber of mid city
on the Pilli day of Auguat, A. I). 1HK3, com
mencing at 8 o'clock ) m.
The City Clerk la hereby directed to pnbllah
this resolution in a newspaper of general cir
culation lu the cjrporotion for two consecu
tive weeks. .
V. P. MAST, President.
Attest: J.8. Hllf.wAl.TKH, Cltj Clerk.
MUTICK TO CONTUACTOK-,.
SKAI.KI) IMOl'OSALS will be received nt tho
oilloe of the Clly Clerk of the clly of
Sprlngrluld, Ohio, for furnishing material
ami constructing the main aswur ol so much
of tht Coulirstrcet sewer district, or sew, r
district No. 4, as Ilea on, and la for Center
street between Mill lluu sewer and the miiiiIi
llneof Mulberry street, aceor ling to the p'an ,
frotllx Hud spicllloutloiiB therefor nn Die in
heollice of the. Civil Engineer of said clly.
All bids must be for furnishing all the ma
terials and completing the work according to
said plana, profiles and spcllloatlona, must
state price for Inlur and material sei ar tely,
mint no slgued by the full iiamu ot all persons
Interested In said bid and shall also be signed'
by some reeimuilblu disinterested nerton as a.
simrunuu that contract will beenttird Into
uuu me wor periornie,i, provided said bid is
accented, and must be on llle with the, Clly
Clerk on or below 12 oclo k, uoon of Tucs
day, the 1st day of September, lb lo be
opened and publicly reud Immediately afier
12o'cIotk, noon, of salddav, In the, presence
of the City Clerk, Mayor, City Kngtii er and
Assistant Cltv Knclneer, or any two of them,
and reported to Council by the I'll" Clerk at
thellr.t regular meeting of Council thcreaf.
ter, The Council ro erv.a tho right to reject
any or all proposals mi received for auj reason
they may deem sufliclcut.
lly order of Council.
J. H biif.wiTK, Cltj Clerk.
or Indrgcitlon Is the stomach's protest
against unsuitable food, the cxeesvo ne
of alcohol or tobacco, hasty rating slid
drinking, and all Irrational habits of
living; and Aycr'a Siirsiiparllla Is the
stomach's best friend, nlictlng It of dls
trc, and aldiuj; its icturn to healthful
action. C, Canterbury, 111 Kranhllii st.,
Iloston, .Muss., n continual dyspeptic, was
Cured By ,
lhiio of AjerN garsnparllla, Jlp s.ij:
"I sullen il severely fium Djtpopsln foi
scleral )iar. I consulted fie or six
phjslclans, ilio gave mo no relief. At
hit I was Indued lo try Ajer's Sais'upu
rllla,, uikI by Its tiso I am fiitlrcy cured."
O, T. AilaiinSpinccr, 0., sajs: " Uuu
for jeura mfl". red m'uuly from D)psla,
HMircly taking n meal, until within I he
last four iiioufhs, without enduring the
most distressing pubis of Indigestion.
has restored mo to perfect health."
rrcpnml by Dr. J.C. Aur & Cu.ihriwvll
Mass., U, H, A.
Sold by nil Druggists.
I'rlco s)l ; six bottles, HH5.
SPRINGFIELD SEED CO.
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES!
Little's Soluble Plici yle, tlie bent nou-irolnnnoug Deodorizer and Irlnlalec
taut known. It has Just been pronounced to be three times more powerful than
niiy other disinfectant in the market by tbe COMMITTEE ON DISINFECTANTS
or the i American Vnbllc Health Association recently in Hemlon at the John Hop
kins University, Ilalllmore, tor testing commercial dlslnfectaute. Sold In 25c.
oOc, and f 1 bottles. '
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
tVo. an XUtat Main Mtreet.
R. P.Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
MINERAL WATERS! "
Waukesha is a Charming Summer Resort
ON THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE and ST. PAUL and C. k N. W. K'YH.
Xlio Weil-Known Q,uoon of "Waiters,"
Helens alone among NATUKAI, IHETKTIC TABLK WATHW. Its numerous romp, tllors have. on.
?IiiV""r,',"",,w:I,,,U.1 U,bu "", '' the only springs In Waukesha that remains at one
temperature, siimniersnd winter i. .; g degrees.
Tlin Memorandum of I lie Wal (loTernuient Hoard. England, July ts, ISM "If an taint, however
small, c. luiectre material g.tess to well., or other souKucf drinking water, II Imparls toeuor
umisTohimesnf wstrr His power of prupagatlOK disease." r ouor
Dr. John U. Peter., 8.1 Madison ave., says: "When the tjnliol.l germs gels Into drlnklnit water Iher
ncreaw enormously, and rpro lute the disease In sarlous as."-Ne Vork Herald, ' T
. "Ve," ol, Heslili ItartrU -'-No amount ol pure oean air In the lungs can neutralise the bad
eltntt of pulufeJwatei III the stomach," Naw York Herald.
"The l-ancet," Juneturoit July 7. lhn.1,sairs: "Water Is tbe great carrier of Hie Inve.ll.e ,,.,
lniraSf w1hS,Mi1.: WJ?b" 1 '." ""n""' '""."l! ' PI.I1? nee, ss's'ry l'. wi m welb J.""""
f ..? .'. " 'n"eU,i Comu''" ""er llajrmond, Hruoklrn, reiwrU : "hlnie wa began our iimsKtion
?!nT.n"T.'iW!"i ." huraj claaI bIjoiiI iSo. The water is until for human consumption. Tiere ar"
iJ.l, 'i ? "M" ,M1 a' which are iocs!, ladng free from Ini,.urltles."-l5ew York Herald!
Iteporla of the IxtsI (loTernmenl Boar.1, EnBlaud.-"OI Hi epidemics ol Uphold fevers oLVrVed In,
'."olng lmpurm",.," IK '"" "'e tfUm "" "" ""r deteruSnIag u than the use" ru. i'n.
dorscl I,. ,il,lle.l n Kl, n a Y.i.V
' . , ...
Cross Crek Le.high. Coal
' iteinarkulile for Iih anut Purity, Durability and
FREEDOM FROM CLINKER AND SLATE.
We sell the best grades of
0. C, B. & 0., Hocking and Jackson.
Contracts taken and estimates furnished.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
4slO "77-imV MAIN m-JOVEl-EXI- 7
IRIEnA S COLLEGE
Tlift tsOll JTiif its ill Innnl avanla Af....l
Kxiwnti iiumK rato. Twn counwn of ottidy,
true sHctjbl.mil I pii (. uM wortliy BtuJenu,
1 llfl rist term 111 ( lol loins, ami Acrr1at..o 1.
THE COLLF G1ATE SCHOOL.
A Horn, and Day School prepares lor. for anv
Coll'KsorBelsulllloeelKMl. Herman and J-rrnch
tauiiht byomv rsallon without esln charge. Krl
u"7i iffmUn1 ""J '""'flat Oracles. Mill-
RIX 8c LEWINSKY,
270 auburn Street, Mt. Auburn, CINCINNATI, 0.
rccT UNTiVciiiica I
annte of eat itvsn In ev.n.
CUrte OIbrU4 JUok tUrf
WnUais (Id plain auvelupes) Saras
tarK wrltian sji
THE LARGEST STOCK
''IWHIHiMjli')''"'ltW ' - "
" "" "", ''' "' 'MSWr WM. in-
. II, 1IKYANT, Waukesha, Wis.
Malaria and Fever and gue
I'OHITIVKI.Y (JUhKIUnd thorourblr eradicate
from the system by mini; Wluttmimre'a Hacra
ni.nlu Axue Npeellle, I'oulalr.a uotblna- In
jurious p, the most d.llcato constitution. Is a
splendid ronlc for those mirlerlMf from debility,
impoverbhtuent of ibe bhssl, and unfalllna re
'I!0.re,,0.,..,"" ' "PtHle Prepared by a pbartua
eist ol jiyears.iieiifiuo. li not to be bad of
your clriiiMlst ssnd 81 to in. manufacturer, F. W.
Milllemre, Hudson, N. Y., and be wlll'luuis'
dlstely send you a boltle u, ,'ny p 0, ,,',..
Maxims Illustrated !
HJL l.L,' rr,t-e'as canvas. r on y of bitb
TBATKJI, 4 Hul H $ V,f llr'uUli'it
(Oltlce hours, 8 to II A, M.)
. i "' l'nK"l'"i "I cue of the most
too. ,.,l. i'.".i ,"c"'u' 'wuliusln the U. b.
STff. "je.'rsh .!rav."J . ...i
St. , SsMTkMtt,
... r . ." m r. unuiill can fill It
Addrttt DR. WARD It CO., Louisiana, Mo.