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SWliNGFJELl), OHIO. TIIUJISDAY, Al'fJr.ST 27, 1885.
A Broad Side.
The entire west side
of that quintuple com
bination of large store
rooms well and widely
known as Owen Bros
Leading Clothing House
of Springfield, Uhio, is
devottd exclusively to
cuffs, shirts, under
wear, suspenders, rub
ber overgarmonts and
the numerous other be
longings of tha mascu
line wardrobe em
braced in thQ compre
hensive term, "Gentle
Goods." The public
may always feel as
sured that a stock so
extensive will at all
times afford much the
market. The conven
ience to the public of
such a department un
der the same roof with
socked men's, youths',
boys' and children's
clothing departments is
quite obvious. As to
values, the vast trade
enjoyed by us in all de
partments is the direct
result of saving buyers
one profit by retailing
at wholesale prices.
Just now we are offer
ing numerous excep
tional bargains in bro
ken lines whose prices
have been reduced to
close them out quickly
Men's summer weight
suits have dropped to
$3, $5, $6. $8, $9, $10.
Gauze underwear and
"Chart" shirts are
HprlngtteM'ii Only One Price
lETTI I COLLEGE
III Ttiottfst educational aihantaffei offer!.
H V Fxpme mw1er I wocJtireinf tujy,
" r rt tit-hcilm-blilp to aid worthy students.
Bm 1 tiJtjt term hi Coll. go ami Aca jViiiy be
SiiiibepunibrlUi L'UIottue teuton application.
Thirty-sitcom) year begin Kept. 15th. Beet
farHIt ea. In one complete anil thorough count
hugl.Bb, ivienUttc aud tlajuttcal, bupcrlor ad
TanUitea Id Muilc and Art. Addreas
HKV. 1,. 1. 1'OITKU, I). I., UlaiiilKli, O.
f'laltntruUlml I'roCeawri. Urrn Fnifowmtnt. Thru
mrses of modjr, Ulunlral I'Kllnuinlilral , Mm.
title. Urit. liuuiUerol riiKE MCIll.IUIUira,
...,!""i',,A"."'' valiubl.lliiwiiiii Llwliilial an 1
uifi Ivr every requirement.
ThUCollrnUdelltiilfulijrilliiatnt mil rhrmln
twenrrjr Inaflnaaiil linllhv ln-.IUy. JiKXl TKIlW
bntllia ,H-H. . I. f..r l-.t.lmjn, ami furl,"
Uraaillle, Ueklac .' Ohio.
T. J. THOMAS,
IEW YORK HORSE ' SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market llouae
Hiwcltl care wllb lame horaei, colli, trick horaea,
horse that Interfere, anil Uum harlui peculiar
31IIK underlined hate thla clay formed a co
lurnerahlp 'or the nrti lice ol law. Ofllie a
a, HO, fc.il Main atreet, BprlnsJUId, Ohio.
KILLED EIGHT PEOPLE.
Tint m.nnnv it.ii's miK or a
Illltlilrmsly Sill, lug Member of Ilia Own
Family aa Mt-ll n Ollirrn lie. latiilly
Wollilila Ilia l.nat lillm After He Una
Cut Ilia Ohii Tliuinl.
Aihtiv, Texas, Aug. 20 News came
today (rum Johnson City of u shocking (erica
ol murders. Al. Uckle having been accused
by hit relatives of seducing his own daughter
procutcd a Winchester rillo and (hot H rrjr
Lockle, hli bruthrr, and Mrs. Lockle. Then
he kilted a neighbor, Mrs. Stokes and Jihri
aicuolson, another neighbor. .Next tin went
to big own house, ahot and cut the Ihroat
of Mrs. Henry Lockle, the wile of hU sup
son, also Mrs. .Stokes, whose husband he hnd
previously murdered. Ho then killed his
daughter and attacked his wife, tint his car
tridges being exhausted she escaped, tie cut
bis own throat, mid mounted a hnise, riding
towards Johnson Citv. On thu way he met
Thomas Urunswick, whom he stabbed fitally.
ne was situ alive when arrested, two miles
from Johnson City.
Uuninge Ilium hy MoiKliiy'a Slorni.
Vt AHiiiNiiTox, Aug, 20. IUmrts received
here from all parts of the United States ehow
that Monday's storm was genrral. It was is
peclally severe la the southern stales.
Charleston, H. 0 , was sti tick by a tornado,
and a number of bousrs wire unroofed, and
the spires of several churches were demol
ished. The damage was also greHt to thu
shipping. The loss Is estimated at $1,000 -
000. A severe hurricane visited Sullivan's
Island, H. O. A heavy storm swept over
Krederlck county, Md. Bams, r-ridgea and
dwellings were destroyed to the extcn. of
$150,000. Considerable damage was done to
the growlrg corn. There was a violent storm
at Mayport, Fla, during which the Atlantic
House was blown down. News from Fer
nandlna, Fla., showa greut damage done vil
lages, boats and shipping.
At Sidney, O . the water-works were sub
merged, and will be idle fur some time on
account of an embankment giving way. A
storm at Liberty, Ind , did a large amount of
damage to tarm property.
Arrester! fur lrNiii,liig on Sitcreil Molt
IIiston, Aug. "Jo An alfalr happened at
ritmouth yesterday which looks like an cut
cropping ol the ancient hostility of the I'll
grims to the "I'relailcs." Cole's Hill, In that
town, is one of the historic spots, and though
surrounded by a granite curbing, isunfenced.
It belongs to the l'llgrtm Society, nnd the
members of that body, as well as titirens
generally, sometimes pass oer it to make a
short cut to the rallwny station. No one has
ever been complaloed ol lor doiug this, how
ever, until today, when the Itev. Macolm
Douglass, D. D.. who is temnoranlv olliclat-
Ing as rector of the Episcopal church, was ar
raigned in the local court lor trespass In pass
ing over the sacred foil. Ilelng In great
haste to catch a train, the Doctor, Instead of
making a detour from the dcor of the Hock
hotel to steps leading down the hill, took a
direct route over the slope ol the hill. The
The indignity ottered to a roan like Dr. Ding
lass far so trlval an offense has aroused gnat
indignation. The case was continued until
How I'utriik I lirgnrnlil Ol cnatnliltll)
Karneil n Hollar.
Bihtuv, Aug. 2(3 -It has been diwwered
by detectives that the various railroads lead
ing out of Boston any many ol their wtsiern
connections have been exteusicly swindlid
by l'atruk Fitgerald. The work of printing
railroad tickets In this vicinity Ucontolltd by
one linn. The tickets ljund di-ltctive in sune
particular after printing and tho-o thrown
aside for various other reasons are sold as
waste paper. Kitrgerald is In the employ
of the paper-making firm to whiili the ticke'a
were Suld. Railroad tickets only slightly de
lixtlve were abstracted by linn and 6old to
pawnbrokers and others, and then through
various channels dispoied ot to traveleis,
who would not notice the slightist del cts, as
neither would railroad ollicials. Fnzirald
decamped. The extent ol the swindle is not
known, but it is thought it has been carried
on for a long time, and that large iuau'hics
of bogus tickets have been disposed of.
Tim Mariiula lie Morea'a Wlfn Miontia
BlLLtMia, Mont., Aug 20 Marquise I)
Mores, who is a daughter ol Banker Hoffman,
of New York, has returned from her bunting
trip to northern Montana, accompanied by a
lady relative, the parly being in charge of
Vic Smith, a well known Irontlersman, who
was formerly a scout for Generals Terry and
Miles on Meetcetse mountains The lady
hot four bears and the scout shot two which
were coming unpleasantly near, and inch
killed another higher up in the mountains,
making six in all. Smith rays the Mari)uice
is an excellent shot and as fearless as a cow
boy. The party rode 181 miles across the
country in four days, Mme. De Mores, on ac
count of her carriage breaking down, tilling
all the way in a mess wagon.
lletrmlteil but Nut Man hot.
Nw Vokk, Aug. J6 Annie IMger, a lit
tle b-own-huired woman who bad a baby on
her arm, was accused lu Kieex Market Court
jeaterday of marrying two husbands. Louis
I'llger, a barber of l.l'i Kust Broadway, said
that he married her on June 2, 1881. Her
man Kppatein, of 100 Tyler street, Boston,
said that be married her on Nov. 28, 1B81, In
London. Mrs. I'llger said Kppstein and she
were plighted to each other in infancy by
their parents. When she was old enough
they "went through theceretnony of betrothal
In the registrar's office" in Whitechapel, Lon
don, but were never martied, She was held
An Important Killing;,
Wahiiinuton, Aug. 25, The first comptrol
ler of the treasury yesterday made a ruling
that is likely to embarrass tho court ol com
missioners of Alabama claims for some time
to come. It is in effect that the employment
of twenty-lour eions borne on the rolls of
the eourt is entirely without warrant of law,
aud that no payments tan lekally lie made
Irom the treasury on their account lu the fu
ture. Among the employes aflicted by the
comptroller's decision Is Walker Blaine, as
Istant counsel for the United States, at a sal
ary ol $J,f,00.
aiMi Towns lluji iiltliit; tinrliiiui lleer.
Lomiov, Aug. 20 The Paris correspon
dent ot the Dally .Sews sayj The ripaniih
general, Salamanca, has returned lo the Ger
man government the uccorallon of the
Prussian red eagle. It is hoped this will
shame King Alfonso Into leaguing the
colonelcy ol tho German I'dlaris. The chief
towns of Arragom boycott German beer.
The Standards Berlin correspondent says
if the Caroline diipute Is referred to arbitra
tion, (jueen Victoria, not King Humbert, will
decide the iiiestlon,
'Hie New aork III pnlilli an I'om nllnii.
Saiiatimia, Aug. 2b. The republican stale
committee ot New York has called Ihr stale
convention lor September li, at Saratoga,
two days in advance) ol the democratic con
vention, to be held at the lame place, Al
bert S. Traper, who Is a member ol the Ala
bama court of claims, has resigned his ninn
bership on the committee.
Mlnlmer Tin lp' lloily Arrliea.
Nkw Yohk, Aug. 20,The body of Held
l-edyard I'hflps, United Stales minister to
Peru, who died ot Lima, arrived at New
York Monday allernoon on the Pacific Mall
steamship City of Para.
.1 $I,IHH VHStt!I.HIIir VAI1ANT.
A Cmiiiiii1 i:penillnu -Vn rr Travel
ling KtpMe nntl Dim tor Itllla.
Wamihutiii, Aug 20. The resignation of
Chntlis II. Davis, AmnUnn (uiisul at St
Paul de Loindo, on the west coast ol A Inch,
baa been ncclnd at tho state department.
Mr. Davis was apiolntfd a little oviraytar
ago. Notwlllialandlng the salary Is only
$1,000 per annum, tbern were six other com
petitors lor the plate. Ho wrllts that the
to't ol Iraniportallon for himself, He an 1
one chllil was $750. Ills wile was tnken sick
immediately upon arrival with African lter.
Through the aid of filinds and the hiIii of
tersoiial clleits ho wits ennblcd to (end her
back to the I'niled Slates. Mr. Davis him
self was then stricken down with the fever,
and remained ill fir a long time. An Amer
ican man-o'-war, which hatpened to inter
the port, took him lo sea, ami saved his lile
He relumed to hlspostonly lo beasccotidtlme
attacked. As soon ns lie was aide to trawl
hu hoarded au English sailing vesn I, and
went to Liverpool, where he ! still confined
to his room, and Irom which point his resig
nation is elated. He was appointed fourteen
mouths ago, and according to his own stati
meut, within that perlo 1 lias expended for
travdllng expenses an 1 doctors' bills $i,000.
Skipped at Kiirly llauii nltli Will, (ion.
Nm Yniik, Aug. Hi. Mr. Arthur Nugent
anil his wile, who keep a boirdlng houfo at
211 East 'I hirlj -second street, aro awaiting
with palnlul anxiety tho tcsiilt ol a police
search for their servant girl. The girl wm
obtained from a lliwery Intelllnencn olhee
She gave her tiamens Kilty Hughes, and rep
resented that She was a greenhorn. She baa
been In the family about three months, and
was sulllcicntly trusted to be aware of the
tact that the valuables were kept in a tiu box
under the bed. This box contained several
hundred dollars in cull, a lot ot jewelry,
bank books and securities representing about
$11,000. Kilty disappeared a few day ago.
She was seen by a neighbor leaving the
house about 5 a. m. with the box under her
arm. It has been learned that Kilty was
formerly employed In a Patterson mill, and
that her name is Mary A, Mines.
A NnrrnlhB vtltii n It, lirenrc.
LoiiaWLik, Aug. 20 A few days ago,
says the Vauceburg Courier, while a parly m
gentlemen were crosing the Ohio, near the
mouth of Shade river, their attention was at
tracted by sounds ol a peculiarly ilistrrssing
nature coming Irom the water a short distance
from them. Bowing to the Siot whence the
noiso proceeded, tlay found n largo fish
struggling in motexcrucialing agony. One
ol the men caught the sulleriiig full through
thelitis and lilted it inio the sk.ff Imme
diately afterwards the arty was surprHed to
see a huge inuskrat cut lis way throtiL'h the
Btomach of the fish and leap over the side ot
the boat Into the water below. The above
narrative sounds almest incredible, but if any
reader doubts its truth ho is respectfully re
lerred to Captain John A. Williamson, Ureal
Bend, Ohio, a nun of uniieiiiooed veracity
A lliirglnr C.p mill 1.) ih Man
ti iiittl to ICob.
I.ncKioiiT, N. Y., Aug. 21, Andrew Moer
of Pendleton, Niagara country, was awakened
at 1 o'clock this morning by a noise. He
found a man ransacking a bureau anf and be
grappled with him. 1 he burglar attempted
to draw a pistol, but Mowr knocked tilm
down and beat him severely, and with the
assistance of other inmated of his hoiue, tied
mm up. i ma morning he brouirhl the bur
glar to this city and handed him oer to the
"dieriff. The prisoner proved lo be Charles
Sherman, alias Charles Thompion, rcbaied
from irlon in May last, whtre lie had serwd
a term tor burglary.
.NorihwiiNiorii loetn llrolim a
I'muts Palis Minn, Aug. 2n A lire
this morning destroyed the araiory ot Com
pany F, state militia, aud swept ewr)thing
on the south side ol Caeour avenue, Includ
ing b la-ge temment housi , owned by J. H.
O'Brien. Tin Billings stables occupied by
Cooper and Champlin, the stables of Matthews
and Stringhain, J. Webster's blacksmith shop
and an agricultural warehouse, filled with
!nilcuieiits nnd machinery. It was a very
narrow escape for tho whole city. Los
1li Wink of that llnllollne.
Waiiiimitov, Aug. 20. The acting post
master general appointed the follow lug
Ijurth-class postmasters in Ohio:
Doherty, Jn,me3 Tnggart; Clintonville, E.
W. Pegg; Dunn, Thos. U. Culienj Peerless,
John E Wells; Siam, Joel Gaiubre, Hull
Prairie, John Morrow j MulUrry, Henry D
Grove; Prairie Depot, Osman C. Diver,
Bloom lale, John Kelley; Milton Centre, Chas.
M. Walling; llaskins, m. Cobhly, Benton
Bidge, Isaac N. Cheney; Van Hull, Wm. AU
pach; Buswell, J. r. Coppere.
I'nrnell sllrrlni; "l" Allllnnla Up.
Losiiov, Aug. 20. Mr. Parnell's Dublin
speech of yesterday has thoroughly aroued
the consenatlie press ot England. The
Tunes says no prudent politician can under
rate the importance of the action taken by
the Irish Nationalists at the conference in
Dublin yesterday. The Standard suys:
l'arnell ha. ileehreil war ft will bo a shame
and dl.nl r II I nullah state amen of both p riles
fall to blllle hliu Weill, not prele ml
lolifiiuie the daunt r to nhicli imperial uulty Is
lllltrliiil lu a Comb tine).
Piiincmoi, Aug 25 James M. Brown c I
this place happened to pit on egg into a comb
caie fomti time ago. He afterward forgot nil
about It. The comb case hung ngninst n
window pane on the south side ol the house
where it got the August sun alltheallernoon
Kecently be heard the neetilnir of a chicken.
and now he has a fine younir motherless
A A tiiilnr l.nat In the Ice,
Niw Bhikoiih, Aug.20. Private telegrams
rcieiwd hero aunounee the loss ef the wlnl
ii g brig Isabella, Captain Blossom, of this
pu'l, in the ice at Hudson's bay, and that the
crew have arrived at St. Johu, N 11 , on the
scluioner Era, of New London. The Isabella
sail d Irom here May 27, 1884, and this is the
first that Iihs been heard Irom her,
Arrrattiit for Minder,
Ciiicauo, Aug 20 List night the police
arteatid Mulkowsky and Plioiamlng tor the
murder of Mrs. Agnes Kl'dzeuk, which oc
curred three days ago. Tho woman was eii
dentle murdered lur her money, the trage ly
necnrrinir Hi I lie day lime while she wasnlune
in tl e house The men nrrested bad in their
ihcikIoii jewelry taken Irom the uiutdereil
I'liiiAflu, Aug. 20 Governor Pbrce, ol
Dako ii, is on bis way to'Vashinglon with tho
censua rieintl) taken of the territory The
population in round numbers 18 411,000,01
wide h South Dsknla ilaims 201,000. Tie
iibjeetnl the ceinus lo strengthen tho terr -lory's
claim to admission to the Union us a
MiKichath charms to soothe tliesnago breast.
This does not refer, however, lo that partic
ular sort ol tnu ili- thnt rniisn us from our
ledi at night, lo-wii- the tries of childien
Fullering Irom asuddeu nttaekoi iintnp colic,
pain in the Htoiiiach or bowels. Such an
emergency is salely iruvMtil against II Mist
ler's lltili llltltrs Is kept In the limine.
It Is an Invaluable remedy for such com
plaints. A man who wi'l lie to a reporter in miswcr
to a civil and tespeitlul question Is a pretty
small ijecimen of a man.
TOWNS UP (JN I) ABOUT.
Aii (i tTiir.it nt itr ii i.ii if -Merit
in. in limit r.irot in. mh
Itlol nt Ihioii lliitliiK I lie Itiian Hull I'lenlit
-A I'rohllilllmi I lln lit lliimirlat III
Ol luce lltoaaomaat Cat nw!n A Trtilnp'A
A iln nl ure at lliiwliinvllle.
Emin, Ohio, Aug. 2lllh, 1881. Tho base
tail liuiio given by our boys In A. II. Smith's
grove I lit Saturday, was somewhat demoral
ized by the wet weather. Nevertheless, the
public, danee, which was a part ol the pro
gramme, was'aJjourncd to the town hall at
night, wlit it was carried on with
vigor. During the tveuing a riot occurred
at the hotel corner, In which our tlcver
hearied lindlord was considerable wor.ted,
and while It was six to one can say ho came
out second best. The parties engaged In the
nieiee were arrested by the marshal, and will
be brought to time. Lathi they were tn
ken to hpringlield by the olliceia ttiere.
Miss Annie Torrtnce, of Springfield, who
was one of tho primary teachers In our school
two years ago, Is visiting some of her Inti
mate friends and former scholars.
Mr. Wm. Baylor will soon leave for Kan
sas with a view to purchase a home, If pleased
with ha country.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wright have returned
Irom their bridal tour to Michigan.
Mi-s Maggie Hasa, of Richmond, Indiana,
who has been visiting Mrs. Stenhen Sroule.
returned home Monday.
ur. ejscar Hiirniiard will soon locate In
(leburn, Greene counlv. Ohio, having hniin-ht
out Dr Powell of that place.
Mr. Al. Nee lies is happy. He is in posses
sion ol 8 pounds more needles since Sunday
uigni. ii is a ooy.
.Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jones, of Indiana.
are visiting at Peter Frock's. While there
Mrs. Junes was taken iuite sick with the
asthma, but is recoenng now.
Miss Sallie and Jacob Sline, of Clifton,
Greene county, were in town Monday.
Bev. Andrew Hamilton, of the M. E.
church, Ye lluw Springs, will preach his last
sermon here next Sunday at p. m., before go
ing to cull ere nee.
IION.NI I. it ii.i.i:.
DoNSfLUHLi f, Aug. Jii Itcv. A D. Bal
eigh delivered his ferewell sermon last Sab
bath to his congregation at this place. He
very earnestly commended them lo God and
to the word of His grace, winch la nble to
build Ihtiii uo and tu give them an inherit-anec-atnong
all those who are sanctlfi d. Ihn
words if M. Paul on his denarture Irnm th,.
church nt Kuheus. Bro. Balclgh has faith
'ully mil earnestly labored with this peojile
lor the past three years, and having filled the
limit ot the itineracy, goes to a new held of
labor with the prayers and well wishes of all.
I tie much advertised and much talked of
prohibition meeting for Saturday evening
proved a llzile, owing to the non-atmearanc..
of the speakers. This is thethird disappoint
ment owing, perhaps, to the fict that there is
no saloon here to dispense "Walker's Ale."
J. H. Frederick was surprised at Ins home
on Saturday evening, by a number ot bis
friends and neighbors, the occasion belug his
Next t-aturday the M. E. church folks will
give a lawn fete at Mr. Frederick's, to which
every body is invited to attend.
I lie new school bouse is In course of con
struction by the contractor. Mr. Srudle. of
'Ihe ' mountain sweet" sweet corn clut In
Sprlmifield will now sulwide, as "tlouesf
line and "Happy Sim havu sold out aud
retired with well-hlled Kckets.
Ihe Lutheran icnit which was to have
lake ii place oj last .Saturday at the tamp
giuuinls, was postponut until next Saturday
on ne count ol rain. It is to be hoped it will
be- a more lavorable day.
CM AW II .
t'ATAWiie.Aug 2ri. Married Sunday even
ing, at 8 o'clock, August JTd, by Uev Elliot,
ol Meehatiicfclairg, at the Pearson house, in
tins village, the residence ot the bride's par
enis, Hugh M. Cartmell to Anna E. Pear'on
The immediate friends and relatives of the
two families were preset!- to witness the tie
irg of the connubial, bliesliil knot, in a very
impressive manner. Tho bride and groom
were- both elegantly attired, and we jotu with
a hint ol friends in wishing that the whole ol
their luliire life may pass as pleasantly and
cpiietly ns did their wedding evening. Alter
the ceremony, a supper of delicious cream',
cukes, ices, nuts, etc, was sei veil. Ou Mon
day an elegantinfair dinner was given by the
groom's mother, of which most of the friends
imrtook heartily. Airaln, congratulations.
We embrace the preseut opportunity to pub
licly sympathize with the groom's brother
Bob, and sincerely horu that he will be
And another of our Catawba lioys has con
cluded that it is not (.ood to lie alone, so this
week Thursday, Elvvard Darding, ol this
place, will be married to Miss Ella Wilson at
the residence of her parents. In Shawnee,
Perry county, Ohio. He will Hy there on the
wings ol love, Wednesday next. To them
also we oiler our congratulations, wishing
them many happy returns.
Aunt Ann Neer has returned trora Kirk
wlle, Iowa, to visit her many old Irlmds in
this community, who were very glad to see
her. Her daUL-hter, Mrs. Page, intended to
come with her Imt.iwaa unable to come on
account ot being ill at the time. Wo are all
glad to see Aunt Ann looking eo hale and
hearty. She looks better than she did five
Aunt Nancy Neer relict of Mablon Neer is
at this tune very seriously 111 at the residence
of berjdaughler in Mechauiisburg, O. She
has been an Invalid for a long time.
Pearl Randall, of Ml. Hope, Kansas, is
visiting relutivis In this village,
F II. Pearson is at home enjoying the wed
Mrs. W. II Ken tail has been seriously ill
at Mt, Hope, Kans, also D. M. Grove at the
M. M, McKonkey anu wife are vhiting
triendi here. Mrs Sarah Sinker and family
of Ft. Wayne, Ind, who have been visiting
here lor some two or three weeks past re
lumed home Monday last.
Jus II, llurge'S resumed his old business as
general huekiter luesday last. v : hope his
old irienls will 1 glal to see him and that
lie will in a short time make many new ones.
Genial Jim deserves it
Wu are sorry that our communication of
last week, containing the obituary of Mrs.
E. Shopp, was fir some reason crowded out
Pi ait in nun, Aug. 25 Ihe great social
event ol the week will be the picnic at Brook
Mtatlnu, mi the I. B, A W. It. It , Saturday,
villus) 20 under the dirietiou ol Ihe Hebecta
lodges, ol Vienna and Spiingli Id, Several
lodges of the I, O II. I' have been invited
with all the lodges ol tin- tenuity. A grand
time is exittnl Our Itebeia lodge is doing
flue under the new administration,
The Pitchlu base bnll club took the belt
'rum our lads last Siturday Score 311 to 22
I ta-licve the-y are Invited down to I'ltchiu,
next Saturday, lo get it back. llieyll get
KM Wlnget has been re-engaged to supply
the pulpits of this place, Suminergeiod, and
Vienna christian churches lor the coming
year The elder goes tj Union county this
week to address a Union Sabbath-school gath
ering near .wary av uie.
The next enter, rise fjr Harmony township
will be. a township liou'e, a thing very much
needed. We are the banner l-p In many
things hut nre sadly deln lent lu the line ol
The lalcst preparation In the way ol ilvs
pepllc cure here is I.eonardtoastale It Is s'nl
lo hnd so many needing the remedy.
All things nre in readiness fir llm mi
Sabbilh schoe.l bnket meeting next Sabba h.
in- none in see n l?o ill IMtnl t,l S4l,l.aih
workers present. The meeting will be heir1
In J Hodge's grote close to Pittsburgh. In
the ea'col n wet day the si rviee wl 1 be held
In the church near nt hand, so that rain or
chine the meeting will goon
Harmony will be well represented at the
county lair this week.
MiOiy ,1 Co. are putting up the wool work
on the new school h tin-. It will toon be
ready lor the plittrers.
There Is now a grol opening f,r snne one
to go into Imainiii in tha line ol a general
groce ry and dry goods, one ol our tradesmen
is cloeing out tu irn to Cincinnati. Sew ml
piuijs have been ol er the room lo open up a
saloon. We do nul need a doggery here, we
have a heallliy tempi ranee sentiment here
do not even need ale on final.
iieiw i.ijsvii t.i:,
Bow tiswi tr-, Aug y, Married At
Sprlngheld, 18 h Iri't, Mr. Andy Dunigan, of
Kenton Hill, and .Miss Mary McMahan, of
Miss Louie Ilgcs is now sojourning in
Mr. Jerry Wade is now reaping his pickle
crop. He pays they are too cheap to sell well.
Sijulre Boekcl is now making piepiratlous
to build another large lnh pcud, the former
one ucmg too small.
The school directors have succeeded in get
ting a township superintendent. Mt. Peter
Lynch, of Lagonda, will fill the position.
Tho prinuinl part ol the nubile! aclinnla
will open about September 7th.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo Garver, of near Oiborn,
were In tho subutbs Sunday.
During the tienvy rain storm last Monday
evening a tramp coming Inm hpringlield,
and who claims to live three miles north ol
Kenton, was nearly drowned at the wnshout
opposite Mr Yeder'H, known ns the Itubanin
firm. The-wnter was now at high tide and
swift enough to swim a horse. The
water had spread on lajth mlcs of the
road so lie could not get on the f-nce to ford
it, lie camp to the eoncl ision Hint there was
a bridge beneath tho water. So he stepped
back and to ik a run and a jump down Into
almut lour leet of water. Inn last seen he
was waiting lor the sun to shine down on the
llo hes-line to dry his laled garments. A
wont in time will sometimes sare-mnc.
MODULI II. I,l.
Mimrtmn.li, Aug. 21 the republicans of
this vicinity nre more-than tntiafied with their
opposing candidate for governor, for Thurrnun
IS without a doubt the wrongest available
candidate that lli democrats could have tro'
ted out to pull against Judge Foraker, but
then it makes no diff rence, Foraker is our
next governor regardless, ol Leonard s fal e
accusations. Married, at the re-iience ol Alexander
Biker, their only daughter, Mi-s Siwin Baker
to Dr. J. M. hdgore, of I'remout City, ou
Tuesday eve mi g August 21.
Misses Alice and Lilho TwichcM, of Urbana,
were here vis ting their in cle, Mr. S S
Twiehell, the past week.
A n liable M. I), ol this Tallage has bollel
the democratic 'icket, anl dei lares be will
not voto for Do idly. One more for Foraker.
Tin- Kplili mil ol i-rlini-.
Whence co-lies this epld-mic of suicides
and murders'' Uecent disrua'iona hae
n lined several causes. Hon. C II lleere, ot
Indiana charges It to ind 111 leaehiuga hoi I
ing that lio lesaiitss el fuiure state- crip
pice I irlitude tor fe-nring life s ills Anuilnr
declares -ullirirg Irom the universal business
let resslon the cause. A third writer at
tributes it lo increasing insanity, a physician
thinks much of tin icndeniy is inherited,
while tempi ranee- allocates 1 ly the responsi
bility upon strong drink.
Free tliiukeis have- committed suicide, but
so have orthodox churehmin. Financial
straits have beset mint, but the wealthy have
also teken thetr life.
Insanity nnd dissiation have preceded sui
cides and family murlers
One feiture- common to almost every such
crime challcuges attention. Will nigh every
report of suicide nnd family munfer men
tions the perpetrator as having ' lor some
time ben Bill jeet to melancholy " Whence
comes this I All recognized medical author
ities tell us that the lire which lonsumis the
brain is always kin lied by derangements ol
digestion, that good dige-tion is impossible
without pure blood, aud pure blood is nevir
known when the liver and kidneys are out ol
order. Under such circums anccs, u prevent
ive should be sought, and I ir t tit 3 Warner's
safe cure is a sovereign a fact lonceded by
the best nuthorili-s lu the land, and it Is e -penally
commended by Ihe celebrated Dr.
Do Lewis. ltochester Democrat.
SM-llJI Mill! ,
Can j ou spell I Will, yes, almost an v bo iv
can sr ell Then Scll this, nnd make out
what it mean", n you can f, then pass it on
to your next neighbor
B-B l-k-l-l-N--0'0-ll lt-it-s-s-T T-w,
Don t say it out loud, but just wlusrer in
your pie ttj neighbor's ear, that it she will
pi ice tin si letii rs in proper position she will
have the worln's ireHt tonic, which will en
rich her inioven-hed II) d. put rosis on her
pale chill's and make her strong and hnppy.
Go to the neartst drug store with a dollar in
your land, and nsk.for Brown s Iron Bitters
Thieves entered a t sniutuihlo summer re
sort hotel the other niubt and stole $1,500
fioin a guest. The landlord felt reul bed
about It, as bo would have had it himself in
two or three days. Springfield llomesteai'.
An Importune lil.iovury.
The most Important discovery is that which
brings the most good tu the greatest number,
Dr. King's New Discuvery for Consumption,
O ughs and Colds, will preserve the health
ami lave life, and is a priceless boon to the
nlllie'ed. Not only does it positively mre
Consumption, but Coughs, ColuS, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Hoaneiiess, nnd all ntltctlons ot the
riiroai, 0 ic-st and Lungs, yield at once to its
worn! rful curative powers. It you doubt
this get a IriaT bottle tree at Clui'. Ludlow's
All I, ml to Hone. M Ijiplner.
Edward Shepherd, ol llaniiburg, 111, says
"Having rttiiwd so much benefit from Elec
tric Bittirs, I lie! it my duty tu let sulfering
humanity know it Have had a running sore
on my lig fur eight years, my diators told
me I would have to have the bone si rape 1 or
lig amputat'd, I u'ed. Instead, three bottles
of Electric Hitlers ami s-veu boxes Dickie it's
Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sound and
Electric Bi'ters are sol I at 50c a laittle, and
Biicklen's Arnica halve nt 25c pr bux by
Chns. I, u llo.
Iluekleiia Ainita lalve.
The last salve in the world for Outs
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ilheutn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and isitivcly
enres Piles, or no pay required. It ii guar-ante-ed
to givo peril ct satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 15c. per box. For sale by
THE GAD SWINGERS.
A. .ir. II, lU.t.OrlOS .- Of IICKII.H
II TIIK TKACII r.ltk' ISSTITIITK.
Snpi-iliimiit,.il ivhllp, i,r MprlnijIUI,!,
I lioai-u to l-realile Overllin llealtnlr. or
the. oiimy Ananrlatlon anil Inallliitn fr
lllfl Kliallloi; ear.
The following olliccrs have been elected by
the Ins Itulc Tor the county association and
Inslilute for the ensuing year President
Superintendent W. J bite-, of Springfield '
vice president, Superintendent W.J. Free
man, oMouth Clurlestnti, secretary, B, D. I
i.ong, or nprmgtiiiii; treasurer, Miss Lottie
(J linn, of Harmony tuwnshlp; boarj or direc
tors, president and secretary, ex-ollicio; A. E.
Taylor, Springfield, Joseph A. Hersbey, Med
way; Q. O. Pane, riptiugt-eld towna'hip.
Ihe following are the teacher rhn .-.
rectly spelled Prufi'sor Kee-ecker's twenty-
n" ttot.!' Jlun''" " D- '""'(f.
f H M nnleh, I rank Wrngg, Etta
Westenfelter, Frances Divis, L S
Meloy, John S. Merrill, Emma Pyle!
LidaSabin, J. C. Paire. O. C. Hause, Clifford
L. Barnes, It J Aston, J. W Arthur, II. E
Chalhn. Geo. A. Clark, David Neer, .. Tay
lor, (J. B. Smith. (J. F. Hrubalrer V.lil.
Swur 7liaugh, Med bfphenron, Estella Motz,
Zephfa Stephen-on, Mary E. Cnrist, S. M.
Qiilnn, Clara Alexander, Carrie Spidle, Ida'
The lecture read ii- the evening treated of
the character and work ol PestnWzl. the
grcai prototype ol teachers.
Kev J. II. Walker, of the Methodist Proles.
tant ihureh, was preeeut Tuesday, and
opened the institute with devotional exer
iises. The attendance, owing to Ihe exces
sive rams, was much reduced. So fir the at
tendance has been very good on the average.
While recent years may uvo seen an enroll
ment equal lo the present, yet nothing like the
number regularly present has been secured.
Prof Tults, the genial veteran teacher from
Antloch College, was present, and took
ibarge of Prot. Taylcr's clats in reading,
and dlllercaliated It Into one in
mathematical geography, on which subject he
is perfectly at home. He has a happy man
ner of drawing out teachers to demonstrate
the truth of their propositions.
A repres ntative of the Sidney School Fur
niture Company has on exhibition a very
(implicated apparatus a globe with fixtures
designed to show the mitions of the sun,
earth and mo in, the inclination of the earth',
axis, the cau-e ot day and night, the rising
and setting of tho sun, and many other phe
nomena ol astronomy and matriemnilcl ..
ography. It is called the Lunatellua .rlfth..
Tue following new names appear on the
iistituto roll ol membership-
ti. V. Harninn, W. W. Donham, David
.seer, j. .v. r.rvin, Salome K. Boyd, It. S.
Coburn, Inllena White, Evelyn Bianson,
Lillie Tnitchell, Emma Trumbo.
At the conclusion ot Prof. Tulls' hour on
mathematical geography Tuesday alternoon,
the institute- and friends in attendance were
treated to as fine a lecture as can be heard.
Dr. D. A. Ling, President of Antioch Col
lege, delivered his promised lecture ou the
Teuton, much to the edification of his
Dr. Ling's style of rhetoric and delivery
is olsiieh a kind as much to enhance the in
terest of the lecture- and to hoi 1 attention
much more closely. It was truly a rare in
Superintendent White conduced the devo
tional exercises Tuesday in the absence
ol any ot tho clerical brethren.
Tuesday noon sncHk thlcTes effected an
entrance lo a freight car In the C. C. O. A I.
yarJs and stole- ovir $2 worth of plug tobacco
anu a waicr union During the alternoon
Olhcer .Norton tjutid the tobacco hidden be
l Hid the Champion Malleable shops in a pile
A telegram from Columbus came to the
chief ol police today ollering $50 reward lor
tl t-capture ul Charles Lincoln who -escaped
from tlic penitentiary tins morning. Lincoln
isthirtv years nt 1, six feet nnd one inch tall,
with erut luure, light blue eyes, dark hair.
and wi hint any teeth in bis lower jaw-
lues lay alternoon olhcer Mast arresled B.
Itassel i, the luilian who keeps a fruit stand
at the corner of Main aud Market streets, on
a cunrire ol disorderly conduct. It seems
that the Italian got into a dispute with a little
match boy named Anni Kohn, to whom he
badtraled a lew bananas lor matches, and
s'ruck the little lellow roughly.
luesday the officers paid another visit to
the- Welsh nrcale, on the corner ol Pleasant
and Vork streets, and recovered lorty yards
of carpet and fitteeu more or less valuable
books, stolen by Jacob Bowen from tho rial.
dence of A. T. livers. The search will be
continued as utlnr articles are miiamc.
Bowen hal Bold enough ol the carpet to cover
a room to Mary Ellen McGuiro tor two
Quite a large party, consisting of the fim
illes of Gen John Deardorf, Marshall Steele.
Charles htoat, A It. Petlicrew and J. W.
I'llticrew, went to Davton this mornins to
attend tho annual reunion ol the Lehman
lamily, which is hell this year at the John-
sen residence, just out of Dayton. Over 200
pecqle, more or less elosoly related, are in at
tendance The reunion last year was held at
the residence of Geu. Deardort, on Plum
sireet. A big dinner, speeches and general
sociability are the features ol the occasion.
I'. I'. I'reallfttirj.
Tho United Prebbvttrian church nresbvterv
held a short session in the Limestone street
church Tuesday nlternoon. An excellent ser
mon by Kev. Campbell was followed by the
regular routine business. The question as to
Dr. Moorehead retaining his position as pas
tor and also as profetsor in the theolocicul
seminary, was relerred to a called meeting to
be held in Xeuia.
THIS AMI J HAT.
Dost want thy teeih like ivory'xvhite,
Thy lips like roses blooming,
Thy breath perpetual delight,
The common air perluming
Use SO.ODO.ST, for that will bring
Health, b auly, Iragrante, everything I
The simulant Tooth Waall
ol the age, is SOODU.S T. it has distanced
competition. Discolored teeth are rendeiel
hite by its use. The breath derives tea.
grancolrom lu aroma. It r vents and ar
rests dental decay The gums become rosier
and hardier uuder its operation. All its in
gredienls are vegetable anil anlLeplic.
In Brszil there are at least six cannibal
tribes and others who t- customs it la fur moth.
erstoeat their dead children, pounding up
the bonis wiili maize-, the mourniug lasting
until all is consumed
I'etroletuil . Niiabv,
D It. Locke, Petroleum V Nasby, editor
Tolnl j Blade, writes '-I had on a forefinger
ot my right hand one of these pleasant pets,
a'ruu-rounl The finger tacame Inllamed
to a degne unbearable aud Bwollen to nearly
twice lis natural size. A Irie-d gave me
HENIIV'S OAltllDLIC SLVE, and in
twenty tulnules the palu had so much sub.
sided as to give me a fair night's rest, which
1 had nut had belure lur a week. The Inlla
nation lell the finger in a day. I coniider it
a most voluuble article,"
MURPHY & BRO.
.Some very Hpeclnl Imrgulna in cheap
lotH. 31 torts' Male Ihn-ad Hour, fall
regular miuli, black and colors and
fancy, till Hlrm, inly 25c per pair.
Ladles' Solid Color Hose with Ecrn
feet, very drulralile and ch ap (avoids
Hialnlnt; llic feet oflho neiirei).
oveltle In Ladles Ytrtlcal Strloe
and Itlockrd Hose Just opened.
48 ami 50 Limestone.
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.
We shall offer
In our various departments, as we
need room for fall goods.
TAKE THIS POINTER!
We are offering Boys' Suits,
sizes 5 to 17, in several patterns
and styles, medium weights, very
durable, and' prices that v. ill sell
them very soon.
Made of fine All Wool Cassimeres,
Wortteds and Skeleton Goods.
Different s'yles of new
shades and plaids to
select from, for
only $7 and
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.,