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THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25 1885
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0. (J. lUMlrtt wishes it said that lie Is not
themarslnl ol Knon.
Mayor's court ilid not convene this alter
noon HLtll 3 o'clock.
Ofer one liumlreil people took in the llee
Line excursion to Cleveland this morning.
Doctors report n nUrmlnc amount o(
scarlet fever amorm small children In the
The great lleUolJ-CampMl dog cnic Is
being tried this afternoon In 'Squire ttlghl
The fellow with a anltr is very numerous.
He teems to feed on these sudden atmos
The piano recital at the Arcade given by
Alexander lgnaati Hrtska was well attended
What is more annoying than a man with
n violin who always persists in playing at the
wrong time? We give It up.
The further hearing ol parties interested in
the IlawLius' ditch cose by the county com
missioners is set fjr September 15.
Judge White is holding a meeting of the
Clark county bar this afternoen, In order to
arrange the assignments lor September.
The Matufield Dally News, W. S. Cappel
ler's late newsy newspaper enterprise, pro
poei's'tosoon begin the publication of a week
Everybody should make their arrange
ments to go to the fair this week. The
county lair is an institution in which all our
people should tiel interested.
John Murphy was arrested by Officer Wil
son this morning for participating with Jack
Itlgglns and others in the ra-ket in Iront of
the A. 11. K. church on orth street Sunday
Albert (loodntM, arrested by Olllcers Wil.
.son this morning, is the man who raised the
racket at Mrs. Scheuster's saloon Sunday, in
stead of Frank Steinley, against whom the
nllidavit os filed.
ltorn, August 20th, to James II. and Anna
Scranton, at Birmingham, Alabama, a fine
girl biby. Mother and child doing well, and
anxious friends have hopes that the fond
father will survive.
The tottl delalcat!on of J. II. Ensign, the
absconding clerk of the Diytoti police com
missioners is shown to be $2,033.03. This
itmount does not include the outside matters
charged to Ensign which would probably In
crease the amount to f4,500.
Itev. J. 0. Carson, pastor ot the Second U.
1'. church in Xenia, who is in the city attend
ing the mectinc ol Presbytery, was among
Hon. J.imes G. lllaine's mast ardent sup
porters during the presidential campaign.
The two gentlemen were boys together and
have been warm personal friends ever since.
The comrades of Mitchell Post who took
part in tho battle of Bull Hun, are rt quested
to be present at the camp lire on Thursday
evening of this week, and relate whatever ex
perience, Incidents or anecdotes which may
still lie fresh in their memories. If possible,
the lact will lie es' .bllshed as to who reached
Washington first upon that memorable occa
sion. Ben Ruxton, of F.ast High street, returned
from Pittsburg today.
Mrs. J. 1.. Flynn and daughters, Ret'a and
Carrie, leit this morning fur a visit to Cleve
land. A. A. Winters, of Dayton, well known
among our town's people, left today for Da
kota. James JJlakeney, for Rochester, X. V ;
Abel I.icenderger, for Lnnipasm, Teiat, and
K. W. Johnston, for Florence, Kansas, left
via the li-s Line this morning.
Ibe following Springfield people left for
the Thousand Islands, over the C C, 0. k I.,
lest evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Piinlott,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Detrick, Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Champane aud daughter, 0. K. Patric,
Mis, Susan Iiaird, T, McClelland, C. O. Bil
low, Ci Mower and Frank Poillips.
Hltoottui; tit .llintown.
Yesterday a party of local shot-gun exper's,
consisting ot Warren LeSel, (leorge Warder,
Al Slack, ISu.'sv" Wilson, Jim Koes, Dallas
Craver, Jamrs Krause, "Poor Jake-' Be'zold
and Carrol Myers, of Philadelphia, went to
Jimtown in a big wagon to attend the mrdal
match between the SjUtb Solon, Washington,
Xenia and Jamestown clubs. The match wss
for the same medal that South Solon won a
month ago. Yesterday the score was tied bt-
tween Jimtown and Xenia, each getting 09
out of a possible ICO, each club of eight men
baviog 20 (ingle birds per capita. The
Springfieiders were barred out, except War
der and Wilfon, who are members of the
South Solon club. Thus shut out, the Spring
fielders organised a few sweepstakes, into
which they roped in the others, and carried
way all their spare change.
A TIiIpvIiik NerVMHt.
YesterdayeveningoHicersN'orton and Nick
lai captured Jacob Bowen, a colored man, on
complaint ol A. T. livers. Bowenhad Ueu en
gaged at Brers' house, on East High street,
as a servant and was discharged Sunday. The
nut morning (yes'rday) Mr. Byers missed a
number ot things irtm his bouse, among
them a new pair of ants worth $11. It is
supposed that Bowen went through the bouse
during Sunday night, as he carried off a key
to the back door which 41 r. Iijers had for
gotten about. Tbey fjund Bowen with a
white woman In one of Mike Welsh's houses
on York street, and In the house they dis
covered a trunk aud a number ot atl'clrs of
appaiel ot more or lrss value which Bowen
bad sneaked irora the jhome while working
there. He wa jailed ou a charge of larceny.
The Xenia Presbytery ot the United Pres
byterian church meets in the church of that
denomination, in this city, tally. The ses
sion does not convene until 2 o'clock In the
afternoon consequently cur report ot it most
to over until totrorrow. Among those pres
ent are Ilev, W. O. Moorehead, Itev J.O Car
son, liev, J, II. Wright, James B. Carruthers
and James Brysou, of XenU; Itev. J. A.
McClure, of Bellebrook and Uv. W. A.
Kobb, of Jamestown, Several matters of In
terest to the church people will be up for
consideration and the evening session will be
of special Interest,
Urauil Army Maailpst.
There will be a meeting ol the Springfield
Hullng, of tba Fraternal- Mystic Circle, at
Grand Army Hall this evening, August 25th,
at 8 o'clock. A full attendance Is des'red, at
business cf importance will be up lor con
sideration. (J. 0. KllHEK,
Lailn'ess is a good deal tike money, tb
more a man has of It the mora be stems to
Til II COllfiTV r.mt.
The rroieri, for Largo Alteniliim'e X er)
(limit. Wtlllhrr I'rlliilttlliK.
Notwithstanding the mud and rain the en
tries to the lair kept coming in all morning,
so that up to noon the entry book bids fair to
be as well filled up as in previous years. The
s'ock department was better represented than
any other. Hut owing to the disngneablc
weather the city merchants that intcud to ex
hibit their wares have not as jet removed
their goo Is. But in all probability etcry
thing will be In Its place by tonight or tomor
row morning. The stock departra-nt is al
most filled up, and finer specimens of cattle,
horses and swine were never seen on the fnlr
grounds. In the art ball are placed
all tho finer class of exhibits,
such as pianos, fine 'furniture,
oil, and crayon pictures, and norks of all de
scriptions. In Fruit Hall the propect Is very
good lor a fine and large exhibition, lioth
tanned and fresh fruits of all kinds and de
scriptions In abundance. Ntt corn's the
minufacturlng department which Is excep
tionally large up to this time considering the
dimnging effect rain has on most agricultural
Implements. The display of iron fences Is
very large as is also the exhibit of wind
The racing this year will be fully up to the
u ual standtrd, many horse from ilistint
cities having been already entered for that
purpose. In the (owl department almost
every coop will be used by the usual exhib
itors. The display ot the floral department
promises to be equal to, If not better, than
that In former years. If the ground only
dries enough to wa'rant people In going out
to the grounds, the attendance will undoubt
edly be large for both days. livery one go,
and take your children. The prues ol ad
mission for adults is 25 cents; children under
twelve years admitted free of charge.
j.i Tins . o .v :
A Ciirt of Kuurt.'n Trtknn From it IIuhmi
r ill r .inn'.
This morning Judge Miller made applies
tion to the Girl's Industrial HomeatDelawnre
fo- the admission of Hatlie May who was ar--sted
at Mrs. Stratton's house of ill fame on
i 'enter street last Thursday night. The girl
is only fourteen years old. Sht has a sister,
Mrs. Louisa Jones, resiling ou Columbia
street. The first knowledge that Mrs.
Jones bad that he" sister was
leading a l!'e of shame was
when she saw her name among Mrs. Strat
ton's fillen angels last Friday. She statid
the case to Inspector Bjyd, who again ar
rested the girl yesterday alttruoon and
brought the matter before Probate Judge
Miller this morning, who mes'igated the
case. Her family c.ime here about thiee
years ago and resided until early last Spring
on East Columbu street. Her lather and
mother failed to agree, and he derled her.
She continued to support ber children, how
ever, until about three months ago, when she
died very suddenly. Thus the family
was broken up and Hattie went out
to work In the kitchen. She is a ery
pronounce! blond", remarkably ieveloped for
her age, and her personal charms were such
that tbey hastened her ruin. She began by
walking out, according to the custom ot
kitchen girls, to make a "crush' on the
crowded streets Saturday evenings. Her ex
treme youth made her all the more giddy and
her ruin was accomplished in a short time.
The Idle life of the courtesan seemed very
tempting to the poor girl, and abjut a wek
ago she look the final step that brought ber
where the officers found her lest Thursday
nicht. Pending the reply to the application
she was left in charge ot her sister.
IIUK.lh KltH Alll.All.
K!i ti leiilointi'iitii rriimleil in Sintety
Circle At Xi'llta.
A sensation of no small dimensions is
brewing down in our neighbor city of Xenia,
in which several ve'y p'ominent citizens, it
is claimed, will cut a conspicuous figure. Mrf.
Charles II. Handricks yesterday lilel her pe
tition for divorce from her husband on the
ground ot gros-s neglect. Tbe busbind is
not in savory reputation on account of
having figured in several dnrepu'aole
deals and has been given to understand
that his absence was a thing much more to
be desired than bis presence. He turned up
some few months since in an embezzlement
case at Toledo, and through the efforts of bis
wife was released and returned to Xenia, only
to figure in a scheme by which be attempted
to extort sums of monev from prominent
business men in the shape ol hush money, ou
the charge that during his abience tbey bad
been too frequent visitors at bis home, and
entirely too previous in liberties taken
with Mrs. 11. This offense caused him
to be fired from the town
by the Irate ci'izens and now, to get even, be
promises some rich developments in the way
of a cross-petition or answer to his wife's p--tition
tor divorce. To say that the auxioi'a
seat is crowded, expresses it mildly, and the
advent of this promised paper is awaited with
Handricks is no good but may succeed in
making things exceedingly lively tor the boys.
HlllKLUINt) IIKH AHSA I LAST.
A Thlrteen.Yrnr-Oli! (ilrl, .l.axutlnl l, ,,
Voiiiik Mini, llliita tn Jlit Hi. Niiiiie
As Policemen Ward and Ilizer were pas -ing
a lumber yard on Harrison street, nrir
Scot), last Dlght, they were attracted by a
woman's screams, wlikb came from the rear
of tbe yard. Tbey ran in and saw a young man
dragging a girl, twelve or thirteen years
old, along, He had his band over her mouth
to stop her screams. She was struggling
desperately to get away, but to no avail.
When the young man caught sight of tbo
officers be took t) bis heels aud succeeded in
making bis escape. One of the officers fired
a shot at him, but tbe bullet sped wide of the
The girl wm found exhausted and pale.
She held in ber band an umbrella, whioi had
been broken in her struggle with her ati
sailant. She slid her name wr Itenicks hut
refused to give tbe name of the young man
who had assaulted her, Tbe officers ques
tioned her closely but she would not detail
the clrcuniitances of the assault. The police
men took btr name.
Think Itufuru Von Aimweir.
Lowell (Mau ) Courier.
In one of tbe largrst stores In Boston the
other day a lady who had been selecting ber
wedding outfit received lbs wrong amount of
change, a fct which she dldot nodcn till
she got home. Upon going back the mxi
day and aiking: "Do you ever recti,' mil
takes In change here?" she was directed toi
ssk a floorwalker, and was promptly told,
"No, people should have tbe sense to count
their change." The lady Informed blm she
in very glad It was so, for Ibey gave ber $10
too much, and walked out.
Tbe first ol living French Canadian rioeli Is
U. Louis Fecbettc.
Oaiawm, Aug 2"- Harried Sunday evet
Ing, at s o'clock, AiigiKt 23d, by Itev Elliot,
ol Mediaiilcsburg, ct the Pearson house, In
this village, the re.ldeiuc of the bride's psr
ems, Hugh M. Carlmell to Anna K. Pearson.
The Immediate Irieuds and relatives of the
two faiulliis were prcscn' to witness the tle
Ing of the connubial, bli-slut knot, In a very
Imtiressive mannir. The bride and groom
were lioth elegantly attired, and we join Willi
a ho't of Irlends In wishing that the whole of
their l mire liTa may pass as pleasantly and
milcllv as did their weddiue evening. Alter
the ceremony, a supper of delicious cream',
cakes, ices, nut, etc., was served. On Mon
day au elrgantinfalr dinner was given by the
groom's mother, of which most ot the friend
partook heartil). Aealn, congratulations.
Wo embrace the presmt opportunity to pub
licly sjmpitbize with the groom's brother
lbb, and sincerely hope that he will be
And another of our Catawba lioys has con
cluded that It Is not cood to be alone, so this
week Thursday, Edward Harding, o( this
plaie, will be marriid to Miss Ella Wilson at
the residence of her parents, in Shawnee,
Perry county, Ohio. Ho will lly there ou the
wings of love, Wednesday uexH. To them
also we offer our congratulations, wishing
them many happy returns.
Aunt Ann Neer has returned from Klrk-
ville, Iowa, to visit her many old irieuds In
this coramuuity, who were very glad to see
her. II r daughter, Mrs. Page, intended to
come wnh her but was unable to come on
aicnuntof being ill at the time. We are all
clad to sec Aunt Ann looking so hale and
hearty. She looks betttr than fhe did five
Aunt Nancy Xeer relict of Mahlon Seer Is
at this time very seriously 111 a' the residence
of herjdaiigbter in Mechanicsburir, 0. She
has been an invalid for a loog time.
Pearl Handall, of Mt. Hope, Kansas, Is
viMtlng relatives in this tillage.
F. II Pearcou is at home enjoying the wed
Mrs. W. 11 Randall hi i been seriously ill
at Mt. Ho, Kaas; also D. M. Grove at the
M. M. McKrnkey ana wile are visiting
friends here. Mrs Sarah Smizer and family
of Ft. Wajue, Ind., who have b en visiting
here for some two or thn J weeks past re
turned home Monday Int.
Jas. 11. Burgess r. sumed li'S old business as
general hutter Tu 'day lrst. We hope bis
old friends will be glad ' see him and that
he w-itl in a short ti ne make man) new ones.
Genial Jim ueserv 1 it.
Wc are sorry that our communieuion of
last week, containing the obitui -y of Mrs.
II Shopp, was firsomo reason crowded out.
Tilt; I'rlnee-.'. ief Wulp anil lri. l.anKtr,
l.o3iloi 1 V 'T to Die lloi'iu Herald.
Mr". I.inv 'y wes nuhjtUed three days
a .er the Lonsdale-Chetwynd affair to the
greatest sl'ght ibat could be inflicted upon a
noman in her posi 'on, a de'lberalo "cut"
irom the Prince s of Wale', who is aot the
plfitir doll in the Prince's hands that some
people imagine. This episode occurred at
the Coomlai Home, where Lady Archibald
Campbell and her paa'jral plajers were giv
ing their Ii it performance of "The Faith ulle
Suepheilr te." Tbe Prince of Wales entered
into conver ition with Mrs. Lang ry,
who dropped the u ual quaint courtesy
with which rojalty is received; the Princess
of Wales had turned her back and ai
talking to some one else. A hundred
eves watched the (.roup. It has ouen
been m'd, and unjustly, that the Prince
of Wa'es is remarkable lor bis lict, but even
tho most distinguished social warriors some
times loae their head" where a pretty woman's
interests are concerned, and at this moment,
if any, Mrs. Langtry needed tho consolation
of royal favor. The prince plucked the
princess by tbe sleeve, alter saying to Mrs.
Lingtry in quite a loud voke, "Ob, tbe prin
cess would like to tell you " The princess
turned around, surveyed Mrs. I.angtry quite
as though (die did not fee her, gave so slight
a bow that the inclination of the head was
almo't imperceptible, and then delibeiately
turned her back and resumed her conversa
tion with her IrieruK It nas the hottest day
f th seaton, hut the thermometer seemed to
drop a hundred decrees; the prince looked
exquisitely foolish, Mrs. Langtry's confusion
naa painnil to behold, and the sccial axe had
talle'i ' Hut tins new scandal may help the
Lily's tneairinil interests, wbkh have ot late
liegun to languish.
The Iliyal Museum ot Anatomy will open
its doois to the public this evening at No. "i,
West M.ln street.
Scientific lertures are delivered during the
eveoina by I),-. V. H. Von Schceidcr late
Demonstrator of Anatomy in the Royal c;l
leife of phjsicians and surgeons, Llitibutgb,
ScotiauJ. Admission to all departments in
c'uiing lecture IS cents. It.
A .Mnifel lluurilluK lluil.e.
It has been a very hard matter to get good,
comfor ibl, airy rooms in boarding houses
that were centrally located in "a plea'ant purl
of Ihe city. Mrs. Ilerry has just such a home
as imny are looking for at ihe corner of Main
and Fiictory slrcen. Her reputation is wide
ly known for nettness and order. The table
is furnished with all the delicacies of the
feason and will satisfy the t s' of the most
fastidious. TliTe is no better bouse in the
ci'y tor laliciand small families. Kvery
tluug is as cooveuiently arranged as in the
homes of many of our merchants. For a
gool qnet plate lu bosrd by the day or veek,
with or without room, mil on or address
Mrs. Ilerry. 277b
t'hriip -iiiuiir anil friill Can..
Granulated, finest, 7Jo per lb. Granulated,
'11 grade, 7c ( r lb. "A" coffie sugar OJc per
lb. K. (,' sugar fjjiilc. Tin cans SOc doten.
Glass j.rs i 5r do.rn CIhs. W. I'aynler k
CVs, VI anl i West Mein Street. -J77m
Wanted Toarunge with energetic jobbers
and silesmen to sell a No. 1 article of I'lug
Tobacco on commission in Ohio. Address
G, I'. Mau'e, Siiteeutb aud Poplar street.,
j-t. Loui', Mo. 205 r. T k W.
We larn that the Central Ohio Fair, at
Meihanlcsburg, Ohio, September 8, a, 10 and
11, promises to be tbe largest ever held on
their beautiful grounds. Admission only 25
The lacing at the Mechanicsburg fair this
year will ba of the best, and their grand
natural amphitheatre will give every person
a fine view and a conifotlable seat. Admit
sion only 25 cnts. 272ar
Mr. Joseph Ilruia, whoae- magnificent work
has won him an envUble reputation, has
opened a shop at No. 31 Kast High street.
Tbe finest and most elegant shoes for ladles
and gents ever seen in this city were Ibe
work of Mr. llruia, who has no e'lual in tbe
West as a fine workman.
Don't forget to attend the Central Ohio
Fair, to I held at Mechanicsburg, Ohio,
September 8, 0, 10 and II. Finest grounds,
best exhibition, purest water in tbe state.
Admission only 25 cents. 272ar
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
HOIJCITOK OF PATENTS.
Iloom M, Aroado Jlnllrtlnv.
WK WANT l.OOO MOIIK HOOK AOKNTri
fm iiiKi'KiisoNat. MiKTouy ur
XT. m Gt-Xl. ACT'X".
S.odlurrtJ'KUIAI. IMC in l(( AllK.Mri, or m
euteiiieucjr mnuca if tunillnt !U CVi. In atsuipi
("rouilll. AdilreH VUIUIUISK MeMAKIN,
Ciuciunitl, O, 'iu,.
LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE SHOES.
The stock these goods are made of was very carefully selected and manufactured expressly far us.
Also a complete line of
MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES.
A cordial invitation is extended to a'l to visit
ROUSE & PARSONS, 26
Is tin; time to prcparo lor
When business roilvos tliero
will bo u tU'iiiniMi tor Clerks and
book-keepers which run be sup
plied only by those who are
Isa professional institution where
the boys and young men nro pre
pared for business, and merchants
and baukeis go for elerks and
The Bin'ti 6raln, Provision & Stock Eich'ge Co.
Incorporated under tht laws of Ohio. Capital.
$15,000.00. Rooms Sand IC Grand Opera Houta,
HoIlHt and will rerHve orders on I1U A TV. Pirfl.
VmiON ami (STOCKS liilotiof im bu. drain H
mnu upwnra4.ii" pcatr rruMsions ana upwaraa;
luttmres luilroaa titocks and upwarUi.
$10 ro will buy lorn bn. wbat, corn, or oats,
aatu ' tf an)
so bbls. pr.rlc
4,,, .. . ..
10 Bbares rstlroail stocks.
1UU.CU " " 1(H) " " "
Partly denlrf n(r to trade In ftmal! or laree quantb
tlen or drain. 1'rovltlons, or lt.lt. Htockn, He will
KlarIly Kve them any Information w e bae an re
iraril. the market, bavtnK correspondents both In
New York and Chicago, wbom He are In constant
communication with, we wilt alsu mall to any of
our customers a Telegraphic (Tlpber and rules i.ov
ernlns traite. explaining bow to make trades, and
how to send your orders; also a dally circular,
quoting the prices o( tbe day, sunt. Address all
WM. II. KPPI.Y. Pre.'M'Inrlnnntl. O.
ItrrKHKNCK- Merchants Nat. Hank; th Nat.
Bank, Cincinnati! (lly Nat Hank, lm ton, () : 2nd
Nat. flunk, Itlchmond, Ind , Hush Co Nat. Hank,
Husbvllle,lnd ; Union Co. Nat. U.-nt, Liberty, Ind.
O ATA"R RHnBriu daiu
Clcmi sen t Ii e
Head. A I 1 a j h
I n II ii in a t ion,
Heals Hie Sores,
It e h t o r es the
Sense of Taste
X Siiic.iTa (nick
HAY-EEVERi rosltive Cure.
Fifty rents at drutricUU ; CO cents bymall reis
bared, Knd for elrrtilar. Hrmyl by mad lOeti.
eiro, N. Y-
Boom No. 5, Arcade Kulldlnz.Hecond Floor,
No. 8 West High St.
Man and Beast.
Mustang Liniment is older than
most men, and used more and
more every year.
always found in tbe front ranks
NOIICi: TO CONTKACTOIU.
SKAMUf IMOliV.U.-H ulil rceoUel at the
nil.c or tin Ciiy i'htk of Iho city of
Hirlntt!lrll, Ohio, for fimiMiliu murlHl
fiinl cuiitiurtliitf llio iiihIii nowtT ol ho much
ofihf ConttrntrMt newer district or Mwtr
district No. 4, hk lU-H un, hti'l J for Outer
Mreet iuptn Mill Itun Kewrr and the south
11 n? of Mulberry Htrfol uccorJlUK to thep'Ah1,
profiles ittnl t pcrlflcnt.otiH therefor on lllelu
thpolllci'ot tin CHI I KiiKtlirer of tut Id city.
All hlds imisl lm for furntMiltitf nil the iiih
IfrlttlH unit coinp!etlnnpho work Rrcordlutc to
ttld plPim. profiled mid HpclllCHtlonN, munt
Mate prlro for litlmr fttnl mult rliil Mt'Hrxtaly,
mint tin f U' i u-d hv the full huh of till pcrsoni
IntereMei' In fit Id bid ntid Mmllnlno benlgned
by homo rcoiiblQ(llMii leMed person ai n
KimmnUu tiutt atontmct will b entried Into
and tint work ptrfonuoJ, piovldcd nald bid it
accepted, aud must bo on file with the City
Clerk on (tr before 12 o'clock, noon nf Tuch
day, the 1st day of September. 1M." to lie
oiwAnl and publicly read IniuiedlHto'y after
12 o nock, noor, or nald dtvt in the presence
of th City Cli rk. Mayor, City KriRlruer and
Atcdfltunt City l.nKlnccr. or unv two of thetn,
and reported to touncll by tho City Clerk al
tbeltr-t rt;ular inettliiK of Council thereaf
ter, 1 lie Council reMTVH tlie rlRht to reject
Any or all prop( halx o received for any rennou
tli nmy de nt Mtlllcleut.
llj order of Council.
J. H. anr.WAi.TKR, City Clerk.
SACK or ItOMis.
MOTICi: h hereby rUen that the city ot Pprlnc
l tiebl, Oli'o, will cider fr sate to the highest
ami lPBt bidder at the Council chamber lu said
city, on Tuesday the Ti 1 day of Septemlr, A, l.,
l-i at s o'clock p. in., the bniuls of sAtd city thn
amount of tea thousand (l(),(Ki)( dollars; said
Itoml to W of the denomination of any sum from
oiip huti'Ireil dollars to one thousand dollars, to
li"ar fi r cent pr annum Interest from the date
of name until th payment of the principal there
of, prlnelprtl ami Interest of s.ii-i IhiimIi 'o te pay
able at the City 'I treasurer's oilice In this city.
One haUon the ftrst day of March, A. I , 1sn,
and lire rt'iiialftliit! half on the Isl day of SepUni
ter, A. It , lsi-( .stld Imj ids to e itu"tl for the
lurp4eo( obtaining a loan In anticipation of the
lit nerd KeTemio l'tind atid the Police and Mar
shal I'toidot the (it y for the jiresent year. In pur
suanceof heitloii J, 700 of thn Keriocd Htstutes of
Ohio. Haid iMinds, when mild, to tin taken and
paid fur In eauh Itr the purchaser thert-ot wllhln
ten dri" from dale of sale of same.
ItMs for thflpurchnse of said bonds may be filed
In writing with the City i lerk at any time prior t
the time atxire na'nml tor thi sate of sahl ion Is,
and bid, cither verhal or In writing, wilt he re
teived on s dd day of .m plember, at h o'clock p
in., when all bU 111 b coiinidered by the City
Conn oil, nd sal 1 bonds will he uo'd at not teM
thtin p.tr Vilti 9 sutijt'Lt to thn condition hereto
fore s tt forth tithe highest and beat bidder.
Hy order of Council
-iVJba J SiihWAt.TKK, City Clerk.
SPRINGFIELD WATER WORKS
NOTIC'i: TO CONTKACTOKH.
QKAI.KI) rilDl'OSAIX will be wclvrtl by
O tlioTriilfsof Wnti-r Wiirkmif ttn-flty eif
pllnlk-ld, Olilo. t tlielroltlcn In talil uitv,
lllitit 1 o'clock mioii eif Allitilil 'JOih, luj .
lor funil-hlni; iiiprciilrnMle-ly H,.'u IIiichI lift
eif 'JU-!ncb cait iniu filpe, welching appreixt
mitte'ly U.' lei l.Li ixiilllil" ie-r llne-al fmit; nNo
L"toiiH iippriixliiiatily (if ppecinl cimtliiK'.
HIililiTH in Mite lima at wiilcli ilellvery of
jiliiei can fin comiiu'iici-ii and complelpi.
for any lnloniiHllon, H(ilre-M J Ii. CiktC
K., Tolnlii, () ,or K.C. (ivyn. I'rmUle'iit.
ltonref of Wate-r orkn Triinte-eii expruhftly
rte.cr ullie rlgfit to rifcctanv or ull 1 da.
h r (IWVv.Crcii't,
JNO. II THOMAS,
TruMit-Hul Water Wmkn,
J 1). C'mK, ConnultliiK KiiitliiiM-i.Taleelii, O
To Kiliiar W Ktumcns, of Hrooklyn,New York
John N Itfiucli.of New lloclielk', New York,
anil e Ik run i'h V. f:iiiineiis, of llriiokljn, New
York, partners as Kinmena A Uoacli at tbe
clt of Se York, New York:
You are untllicJ that thn uiiderslgnt'il, James
V ihIiou.shi',1 AlfrtifJ (Jenncr,paitiier-,etc.
as ATlclrms.i. (ielincr.li.ne tills ilay nil if In Ihe
Court of oiiimon Pleas oe lark Count), ejhio,
eii-ir iiilioii ai;aillM ou 10 res?oe- ll'Klll
proiulsv ry nolo J it.' pnciit for VK) I. with
interest iroiu Ailfriist n,
ficen Issued lu tliiscnso
ertstfrom AiiKiist n, Isvj Altacbinc I baa
You are reotpreil to answer this latttion on
or before October .1, Ivvi
ANIHIKW8 A UrCNNKU.
(iootiK A Oonr k, Attorneys.
AUKllet II, 1MV). SIHIM
Ma'aria and Fever and 7gue
I'O-ITIVKI.Y ('UKr.f)and tborountilv eradicated
from tlie system by using Wlillleiiiorn'M Sncrii
nielito .i;n Speelfle. Contaihs nothing In
jurlous to tbe mutt d llcatv coostltutlon. Isa
splendid Tunic for those sunerluir from debility,
liaM)ierlhineut of the blmst, and unfallliiK re
storer of losi of apatite Prepared hy a harma
cist of Jll years exierielire, II not to fie hail of
snurdruiulst sunl 1 to Ihe manufacturer, F. W.
Uhlllemcre, Ifudiem, N Y, aud lie will liiime
dlstely hend you a bottle to any part of tbe couu
SI l.i:i) l'KOPIHU.S will 1 ,ecelTc.l at the
offiie of I uy Knglneer at r-iirlne-Hebl, (Iblo,
up to 1J o'c.rxl noon, of Monday, August .'list,
's.i, tor Krauiiiir snu eraveiin
Mir a strpfl llirittiuli
ihe ptope'ty ol liss Mlti
the piopetv of Itoss .Mitchell, lu accordance llh
Plans, peoules al
eoiiies and siieclncatlons ou tile In Cilr
J. Ilot'ol.xss Men kk, C K
T. J. THOMAS,
NEW YORK HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market House.
Hleclal care Hlth lam mrtifi(. iv.tt. tr.t tw.ru.
horfc tliat lulerf;re, aiiJ those bafltig iecullu
For the Toilet.
Aju's Hair Vigor Is Iwll-iiuisjlilti to a
cunii.Uto folltt. It I , an nsnraljl nr-funitililiissln-,
nnil HiuUrstliu hair mft
iiinl lustrous. It hlluiiiiatis te:ik uiul
lliin lulr to niienvtl fjrotMli, uiul lestores
f.nlul or t;ray linlr to lis oilln.i color
"I Ii.hu tiseil Ajei's Hair VUor for it
iiilliilierof ears, uiul It lias nluins ejlten
Hie- -all. rue-Hun. Ills mi ewe'ellriit eliess
In -. pr- lit tlio hair Irom tinning j;niv,
in uiii 4 lis Uoioiis(,'iott Hi, miel KieiisH'iu
nali wliilu iiinl (lean."
-MAUV A. .TArivON,
" I Iml licin (.'ray for nimlv ten jear,
hcinii! i online m in' tliu tiu of
Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Mhit n.i It my Imlr lias Im(ii rchtoml
to It oilliuil color, uiul iry iiiinli In
tiiasiil hi (.'rem tli,"
irrilCI, TIIDiTJ.'lt, Xorfolk, Va.
"Snernl jciirsnu'o I was uflllilcil wih
it minor ill HIV urulp, lile-h rallMil my
hi r In fall mil, m that I lieiaino m-ailv
lulil. Tlie ii.ii i,t. i r's Hair Vl-'ort lire il
luiHiflhej humor, (in i knl tho fallln out
of hair, mill nslortsl it to Its original
.1. II. YOIWIJ, fnrrolllon, JM.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
SB. J, C. AYK &, 0., LoW,,ll, Mus.
Sola by all I)rui;Klst. ,
and tlrs time it it with another line of
our store, examine the goods, and get prices.
SOUTH MARKET STREET.
3"0"W" IS TCJEI3E3 TI3M3E3
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES 1
MIIIp'h Kninblc Plict ylc, the liost noii.polsoiionH llonilnrtrrr nnil DIMnlec
Innt known. It lm Just broil pronomicrd to lie tlirrc llmrn ninro iKinorfiil than
nnjr olhor disinfectant In the nmrkni lijr llio I'O.MMIITKK U. IIISINFKCTANT8
or the American I'nlille Health AmsiicIuIIoh recently In hcs.mIoii at tlio John Hop
kins' Unherslfy, Halllmore, lor I est In-,' commtrcliil tllslnleelaiils. Sold in t-'&c,
u()ct and ft bottles.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
No. au nt Slain Htroet.
R. P. Willis & Son,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Cross Creek Lehigh
Ki-iuarknlilP for Hn eroat
FREEDOM FROM CLINKER AND SLATE.
We sell the best grades of
0. C, B. & 0., Hocking: and Jackson.
Contracts taken and nstimates furnished.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
41Q "VSrEST MLIIkT STHEHT.
Waukesha is a Charming Summer Resort
OX THE . HICAIJO, MILWAUKEE mid ST. l'AUI. and C. & X. W. H'YS.
The "VV;ll-Ivnown "queen of "Wnterw,"
io' r'"n'.'!1" ,"'nn,f NTl'"J'I''FKTlC TAIII.P W ATUIS Its niimoriMi. com,-tltiir. ba. one
i n",.'; :'.'. ,".r." :k"t, "'.'.'i1 ." . '"" n". rlv"' T, ,,ijp 'i"i.. m w.uusha ti. ,t,a,m, at oD.
IlieMi-iiioraniluiiior the Ul (Ion rnineiit H-.ar.I I nulainl, July 11, 'SVl -"If aiiMalot, lioweTfr
small, o iiiyeet vh msu-rlal t. a ees, In .e.ls.or oilier suarce . f irli.alliK w.lir. It Im, srt. o.uor.
mnu. soluuipsiif watrr the Microf rpai(atliii;ilis h " , "" " i
Ilr. John f IVter., M Ma llsun aTi ,ssj: "Wlie-ii tl,i ty lioM KPni.s iri ts Into ilrln k trite watfr tlifr
nrrease cnoiluoiislir, an I r.ro 'u c Ilia Jiss In various y " -New Vu'lc II "rsli T
...' -' ti'i "mi i i. v.t n ur irrrt"
ineijuiee , jiiiewan.l July T.lvtl.siys: "valrr 1 tie arrst rarrle-r of the Inverllte arriaa
llnMll. t iiT..I..In .1 " ? '!'. . 1 hr'" ' ' "I '"' !""" 'in.iiiiii.tlon. T ere si.
U.l MS K i i ,i boUt M. '" '''f h "' Kuo.1, l"iir Irre fiuiu llil.urllles."-.Slew York lleralil.
t.VTo',?. ,V.IIM..,i;"i,i,?"rI,.T"t ??"' ''?'"-"" lrpi.leiul..o. t ,.h iM fe.er. observed In
talrlTnl liupurllle. " 'pUemlc bad no othe r deterininlnK cause than the use of water con-
u'r'iili?-lLi,i,!r,l.,,Tv.'!!uro w,,er ' ' I0nr' ImporUnco tlian tmro milk."
A If K.EMII V lll.KN ! ISfSIII,. 1t.nu.n ... !.. t. I t.s an...
dorsed l. ..,llr.l .,.!, j """ ""
-A PERFECT CURE
Nyphllla, Ksronilii, lliiiile-n, lliiiuurs, I.itrr Coiuplitlnt,
Iy.pepaln, Iilllss isml lever, uiul I'l'imilfi lllesranris.
-I'OalTIt KI,V II'IIKS kVI'llll.lH IN SO UlYH
Consultation frrr. !. a littltlv, or by i-anrvu. cliarirca paid.
$1.1S. I'repureil only by ' '
Th U. 8. SPECIFIC CO.. 348 Race 8t., Cincinnati. O.
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITYr!Kv?
t'.'l'h ' 'J"""wl'"S low. fiooiw th. iret collie, east or !. I., lies i,n fcr""lVilt.s is m IS
,. ."JVi'cln.J?fr,rsrf ,,,1 A"swta.e.l. Ar.J.ml,.. rj,M. ...I I'l.d.e.. 'ei, ".lis
sue ita'ulM Culltus Cuarw. No.wrr sauiul css.aK uuJti nu. 1 .r uulivac, aUJecis V. IL 1"A MC, I'sssa's.
THIS WHISKEY BHOULL BE POUND CN THE SIDEBOARD OT EV2EY PAHILY
IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL.
DO NOT III: mX'KIVKII.-Many Dmrelsts and (iroei-re l,o .lo not hnvo Uull. Purs
BI-ll Wulakcy In alork, aiu-mpt to jalm off oiicuateiioiTu, whUkeyor UitirowubotUltnr whleJi
lielntfof an Inferior Krade aud udulurntesl, ys ftu-iii n larjriT iiroflt
ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLA8S DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS.
Send u. your address and uwlllinalMkco..tolnl.,,:al.mMBnf,,rn.aOo,l. ,,,,..!,,., ,,..,
BBFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.. Baltimore. Wd. i lit
3UIK underslirned hire this dtr forined a co
I'srnfr.lilp for the iTsrllceof law OMi at
o. HO, K.ii Main street, rlprJttitfieM, Ohio.
For 15 yean at 37 Court Dace, now at
332 MarketStroet, T mri!.il 1p Yv
Det. Third and Fourth, LUWuVlIIU.&J
A rtrulii liKb.l tui4 Ucsvllf awllDcJ tt.tiii.Ua 4vu4 list
Hftl .stcMuT.i, ft tit trtfiliam will brotg
i0rmatorrli and Impoteuoy,
MUruHriirklui U jsMiLh, miuI . la ntv
lurwjiMra, ur (Hiiar uumsj, u4 irudiKlnf ntuacf tbaki.
uvUsllTcli Nflffouibvu, bdnlDtl iTaili.Wt (blfbl tiul.
tun I17 draaiut), IiuoM of hlfbt. IittorUt Utiuwy f hf.
ii !!, fiuiilMOQ ", Artriiit'iH"tlHr cOKiiitk,
Ci.fioi. or Idna, ). f hf M1 Fowtt, A., rtuirribf
turnf inlnnr r ohi.t.f, tf Uruh)r ml wriu.
at FPXS?" rf?' . Gonorrhea,
tSJaS.A.1 Sukluis, (iKhlua, RsibU, tia KuLtia.a
fiU. su4 .Ui.r vrlv.M, dIMsws qukblycarl,
SO S S.rekiB SlSM Of dlM4M. sss lr..Usf UlushuiI. susu.
SU7, v,ulr,i ,m tun. 'bj.u.l.sl Sbo.lDI ILK lul olu.
f'm.l !,,. umre.i.. WU. Illsloeusmusru
IS ,.-" """M. "Mklo.. list! st wl'SUlf
B0d..r.l; s, .;ur ii. ..i.b.r.. r '
,"? .OursutUwl U sOl Cum
Cnuslialbas Mtsuasllr sr V, Irtur ... tut t.TltM.
casrM rMsuasbls saa swrrMba4.B.s sejuu cvbaMvaust.
Kyis r's?' smi, mm, s ihiH,
". si.sk 1st r.k tMMhiktsr.il
l'nrlly. Iliirnlillllv unil
""'' nw. aui. " M ' "re;. IB-
'I'. II HKYA.NT, Waukesha, Wis.
Blood and Liver Specific.
FOR ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES
I'OMilivily 7; (,,,. I , JVuIhiss
Ur. Frank a. ftunyan,
Kou.u. m HueklKBbsua's HnlldlsaB
or Murphj A Bro'a store.
Bpclsl .''jM.uriwJgi tli. , rtMrln,
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
,J!l?cr "' B" IIHngii restoring- partial loa. o
I broaru beib Ij crowning.
2 V cm Mulu Street.
RELIABLE SELF CURF
favorite liresern tiuii eif im r,r il, ,.,.,
E-ff A f4V,
firitril utitl .,irr..l..t .. m. . .1.. .. . .1. It ,.
now rjlirnll (or Id. cur. of JVcrvuu. Il.bllllv,
l.usl lismlsuvtl, Wrsssts. and Ua.sir. Scu
in oUiii scaled envk) fr... Druggists can fill il
Addrttt 08. WARD k CO., LouIslarM, Mo,