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Frum Morning miiluu
llurnl burglar Hre ruldiutf tm country
south of iJllltou.
About $2 worth ol fruit
Joe Lelfc!' last Hundar.
ii ttolen from
Kerahner, the iitiilerfaker, jestenlaf dls
1'oreil of Ills liaatltunie coach to Hollow.
Mmijf Springfield stockmen ro to Xenla
this mornlriK to attend the September salsa.
Tue (pollca commissioners of Xenla relate
to attempt the enforcement ol the law pro
hibiting the tale of liquor within two miles
of the fair.
Yesterday Mablf, the little daiiKhter of
H. H. Ilarward.lell from a hammock and dis
located her collar bone. Dr. Kujsell was
culled to re luce the IracUue.
C'lias. II. Clark reports that thieves entered
his vard last night and took ten of his beat
Reraiilunu, alter falling to gain entrance to his
home, v, Llcli (net Is noticed elsewhere.
Yesterday's Commercial Gazette contains
the report of an able sermon preached at
llelliel church, Cincinnati, bjr Her. Dr. J. W.
lluehong, fotuerlr pastor ol St. Paul M. K.
Church, ot this city.
The Sprlugfleld Turnrereln gathered last
evening at the Arcade, and, htaded by the
Itlg blx, marched out to serenade tha ladies of
the presentation corns. Ther wera oreeted
with bouquet and sweet smilest
Mr. Frank Fl. Hhrlmpf, the well-known
coal and feod deaUr of Kast Clifton street,
will be niarrnl next Wednesday evening,
September 0, at 8 30, to Miss Linle llorger ol
Urbana, at the bride's residence on Itussell
Tha republican campaign committee will
meet at the county treasurer's office at 9
ociock mis morning, to make arrangements
for the meetings already advertised, make
campaign assessments and arrange for more
Sunday night there was a free fight among
savea men, who have as yet succeeded In con
cealing their identity, on the corner of Main
and Spring streets. Later six ol the crowd
engaged in another jamboree at the corner of
Main and Murray streots. Nobody was se
1 1-nun Morning Edition.)
Irvin llruwn, ol Cleveland, id in the city.
II. .S. Slebbins left for Kansas City, Mo.,
Mr. K. C. I.elUl and sister lclc for Kast
Saglniw, Mich , today.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem. Seys eipect to more to
Texas in the near future.
Charles John, a prominent coal dealer of
Jackson, (I., is in the city.
Mr. Iligliy, ot Mansfield, called nun
Mends here Monday evening.
Clayton Itussell returned last evening Irom
a protracted visit in Cleveland.
Miss Mary Uabbitts, of the North Side, left
yesterday for Wellesly College, In Massachu
setts. (leo. K. Sperry and wife are expected home
tomorrow Irom a three weeks' visit in New
Carl Axtrnan, representing the "Kreie
I'resse," ol Cincinnati, is here writing up the
Miss Jessie Wolf and brother leave today
for a visit of three months with Iriends in
J. V. Harris has returned from his soutberr.
jaunt, and leaves this morning for an ex
tended trip through the East.
.lames Carey, of the Champion Malleable
Iron works, returned Saturday from it two
months' visit to Iriends in Massachusetts.
James M. Morgan, of Cincinnati, Is visit
ing his parents in this city. He leaves in a
few days to enter the new physico-medlcal
Bchool at Chicago.
Wm. S. Troupe, late proprietor of the La
good House cigar store, leaves next week lor
Minneapolis, where be will start the "best to
bacco store in the west."
(ieorgc Warder returned last evening from
a hunting expedition to the Reservoir. He
tells n good slory of the passion play of the
prodigal Bon enacted at a colored camp meet
ing. A lew evenings ago Mr. and Mrs. John
Webb wero completely, but none the less
pleasantly, surprised by a party of twelve
friends and neighbor! at their new residence
on the Dayton pike.
IS IT O AM Olt KLKVTHIVITV?
Humors That tha Commltui Have
ItnnclitMl a Decision in lb Hatter
From Morning K.tltlun.J
The gas committee of the city council held
a meeting Monday, at which the propositions
ot the Klectrlc Light Company and the Gas
Company were considered. Members ol the
committee are very reticent on the sub
ject, but decline to say that nothing bat been
A GLOMf-IUruBUO reporter called on a
member of ihe committee Muoday night to
ascertain what action bad been taken, but
the geutleman refused to divulge anythirg
ofimportance. In the course of quite a
lengthy conversation be dropped, however, sul
cient Information to enable he reporter to
state that the committee either bad adopted, or
would adopt, the electric light
proposed, viz.: forty-fire electric lighti
at lift per year each, displacing
ir,H gas lamps. The member alluded to also
gave some figures bearing on the question,
which tray be of interest. They are a fol
lows: At the present time the city is lighting 70.1
lamps. The proposed substitution of tl.e
electric light in certain portions of the city
will dispense with 15H of these, leaving 545
to be still lighted, at an annual cost ol 1'i
each. Total lor gat-llgbtlag, $U,!H0. To
which ill J, for city lighting, fJGu, and for
repairs $100, making the total for the gas
ill to be used, $1:1,050. The forty. live
electr c lights will coat the city (144 each, or
(i &(tl) lor all, making a grand total for
lighting, in the manner proposed, per an
num, f IO.oTiO, Tnls Is just $D0 more than
the amount allowed by the tax commis
sion. The proposal ol the gas company to
light the city at Vl per lamp post
would make the lighting cost, on the present
bail, $l!i,4iS0, to which add for city lighting
$900, and for repairs $100, making $10,321;,
It appears I rum the above figures that there
would be a string to the city, annually, by
lighting entirely with gas, of (.1,024, or say,
in round numb rs, (1,000,
The Gas Company proposes to put in new
posts at (17 each. The (3,000 tared to Ihe
city by a gat c utract at proposed, would en
able it to Increase the number of gas posts
the first year to 780, and tbit number could
be made larger In subsequent years until the
nurcU-r la use should be tUH, an increase of
MltKTItlll Of Tills llllt Nit It KOV1K
tllta A T Til K F.I IH II HOV It.
Iteretlin of Vlmtlnir Orsanlratliin
.Meetlniint the. lrnlr liriiilnila-riiig I'm
annlnlloil Atlitntifl Spurt.- Social .Ml'iil.
Inaa-A ftnla lliiy with the Hermans.
(From Morning; PaHUim.
Monday was h day to lie remembered by our
German-American clllrens, on account ol the
TurnlVst which was held at the lair grounds.
Ihe Tlsiting organizations and others, consist
ing of Turners and their families, Irom Day-
ton, Sandusky, Columbus, Cincinnati and
elsewhere, arrived In the morning, and were
received by iho local Turner and Veteran so
cieties. The first feature of the day was a
grand parade. The procession formed
on Market street as follows: Ilig Six
band, reception committee, Sandusky
Turn Vereln, Dayton Turn Verein,
Dayton Turn Gemeinde, German Soldiers'
Association, Hclmabisher Uuter Stulrunga-
erein, aianuorcuor, llayerlscher L'nset-Stulzungs-Vereln,
carriage containing Mayor
Goodwin and others, carriages containing
young ladies with presentation dig,
Springfield Turn Verein. The proces
sion men paraded through the streets
ol the city on the following line ol
march south on Market to Pleasant, cast on
Pleasant to Limestone, north on Limestone
to Main, west to Yellow Springe, south to
At the fair grounds a large crowd assem
bled to witness the turnrest. A stand had
been erected upon which were displayed the
flsgs and banners of the local and visiting or
ganizations. Various legends graced this
stand, such as 'Gut Heil Hihn Krel," loch
tKa iin... T..Iot.. f.l. t' .
.vu ..uon j.vioici .puun, r.r oracn uer Turner
liahn," etc. A haudjouio crayoning of Vater
Jahn, the patron saint of the Turners, by
Schumacher, the artist, also adornel the
sinnu. rrorn mis slam! an address ot wel
come was delivered by Mayor Goodwin, and
speeches were made by Jlattln Krels and
The young ladles who had prepared the
banner then presented it to the Springfield
The sports began with class
exercises by the Diyton Turners on the
vaulting how, under the direction of Prof.
Wittich. This was followed by horizontal
and parallel har exercises by turuverelns
Irom Columbus and Sandusky. One of the
best things of the day was the tactical evolu
tions and wand txercists by the junior clues
of the Dayton Turnvereiu, under l'rot. Wit
tich. A party ol nine vnnnu i.i.l. ..i
rurally dressed, also gave a very entertaining
class drill in evolutions and Indian clubs.
Pror. Wittich then gave nn exhibition of
fencing with foils, with a claas ot eiirht. in
cluding himself. The sports lasted nearly all
aflernooa and were very entertaining, par
ticularly those under the direction of Prof.
Wittich. The Dayton classes acquitted them
selves very handsomely Thelrexercises on the
vaulting horse, in particular, were Tery well
executed, and showed good training. An
effort is making to obtain the fervlce3 of
Pro). Wittich to train an alternoon class in
gymnastics in tnis city. The class will be
composed of both ladies and gentlemen.
After the sports were concluded the visit
ors enjoyed themselves in true German fash
ion by dancing, beer drinking and mingling
socially until a late hour in the eiening.
The Turnfest was a decided success.
Apropos of these spirts and the great mus
cular development shown by the young men
who participated In them, it could be said
that one ol the best performers and most
powerful men in the Springfield Turn Verein
Is a young man who, five years ago, was
considered a physical wreck. His present
splendid muscularity is attributed to his con
Commit Itniiulufi ur tlm Snvrnteniitli nml
Tnth Ohlu llntturi.
II nun Morning billion,
The reunion of the herenttenth Ilat
tery, which takes place in this city,
October 1 and 2, promises to be a very inter
esting affair to the surrlnng veterans of that
organization. The committee in charge of
arrangements are sending out postals lo all
members whose address they have. The
membership, however, is scattered through
out this and other states, and every member
should at once send his address to Sergeant
I. Richards, or to Sergeant R. 11. Caufield,
Springfield. The Tenth Ohio lot
tery will reunion with the
Serenteeth at the same time and place. The
"boys" are getting up an interesting pro
gramme aud propose to make the alTilr as
pleasant and interesting as possible. The first
dr, October 1, will be detoted to receirmir
comrades and renewing old associations, a sort J
of a "lovefeasi" as it were. The second day.1
uciuoer ., win ue occupicu uy uusinees mat
ters, permanent organization, election ol of
fleers and other details, the reunion closing
with a banqujt and speeches on the evening
of the tecond. The "boys" will have their
wires and children present to grace the oc
casion. Members can also send their ad
dress to A, II. Matton, ot Cincinnati, who
was a first lieutenant ol the Seventeenth
Ohio Battery, or get information from blra
about the reunion.
A VVUIOVH 4LIJI O.V r CI K.
The r'.lahth Nnlt llniwaeii the Sums lleu
Uuufl mill Wife in Plftu Your.
(From Morning lilltlon
A curious cms came up before Judge
Wright in the Common I'leas Court Monday,
tin. Isabtlla Copenhafer auet her husband,
Reuben Oopeahafer, for alimony. The
plaintiff docs not a;k for a divorce, but sim
ply for alimony. The hearing Monday wis
upon a motion for alimony lewltntt lile. The
main Issues will be tried in October.
The curious part of the case is that it Is
the eigth suit ol a similar chaiacter brought
by this plalutilT against this dclendant since
1870, six of which came to final trial, the
Iat one live years ago; betides the six there
were two others which were eettled without
trial, one ot them about two years ago. An
o'her curious fact is, th-t in the first suit,
brought in 1H70, George Spence was the
plalntifl'l attorney, and in the second
one T. J. I'rlngle acted In that
capacity. In the present case
both ot these gentlemen represent the de
fendant, while the plaliillfTa attorney Is John
Ij, XiuinuTinan, Much amusement was
created In court by the fact of the plaintil s
attorneyi having gone over to the defendant.
On account ot the numerous suits it has
been necessary to brlug for Ihe plaintltrs sup
port, and on account ot the extreme cruelly
alleged against the defendant by Ihe plalnlill,
the court hied the amount of the alimony
jundtnti ilite at $7 $50 to be paid in lire
days, aud $J5 in hfieen dayt.
Hit Never Moved,
Two young men enjoyed a cold bath of an
hour's duration yesterday noon. Their horse,
attached to a spring wagon, balked In ihu
hole at the Duck creek loid between Mine,
ttone and Market streets. As it was too deep
lo wade out, the young men finally wearied
of beating the beast, and tat down until the
spirit moved It. Sitting there in the Icy
ttrestn which Mowed over the top of the
teat, they probably failed to enjoy themselves.
GLOBE BEPUBLIO, TUESDAY EVENING,
Canes In Cntiimoii I'lena nml Meeting of
Frum .Morning lilltlott.
Judge O. D. Wright, or Troy, occupied the
common pleas bench Monday, and disposed
of the following cases!
77 ID Kenney vs. Crelghton et il., sale set
asMe in lour tracts; default opened up and
leave given certain parties of defendants to
7.102 Myers ts. Wade et a)., foreclosure
of mortgage: sale confirmed.
7887 Dora U. Wade rs. Krerett J.
Wade, dirorco heard and granted on gronnd
of gross neglect; $1,000 alimony decreed.
72') I MiCalfrey rs. Spangenla-rger, heard
on motion to elect and taken under considera
tion. 7022 Isabella Copenhafer T9. Hcuben Co-
peuhaler, suit for alimony pendente lite; $75
Following cases will be beard by Judge
Wright this morning: 0121 Springfield
and Sidney Turnpike Co. rs. Dand llallen
tine et al.; 7817 Amos Whitcley et al. vs.
F. W. Koos et al.
73(5 The Sandwich Manufacturing Com
pany vs. Gabriel W. Haines et al.; suit,
promissory notes: amount claimed, $17,1.77.
The commissioners continued their session
yesterday afiernoon. The Sawyer road was
granted, and Ihe following reviewers appoint
ed. Henry Ilarnlsh, William Wise, O. S.
Forgy; engineer, D.W. Twlshell. Following
additional bills were allowed Timothy Ward,
hauling, $3.75; Weixelbaum k Schoeuthal,
adrertising, $11; II. L. Harnett ,fc Sons,
blanks, $10.25; John Lore, salary, $50; O.
I'. Serrifs, serrices as auditor. S2r.7- l!h.,l..
Iltrnett, salary, $20; George Ziegler, hauling,
tit r.n. tt'lin. utLi.ii i .--
Tii.uu, ..mm uiuriuKe,iiauiing,j;so;iJ.A.
Hodge, w..rkonhridge,$1.15j III! llower, haul
Ing, -$31.83; Davidson A Snyder, repairs at
jail, $01 05; O. F.Servis, pottage, etc., $10.25;
John Mlnogus, hauling, $.1; Kli llower.same,
$.1; John Newlove, returning F.. O. Kersner,
$15; Walter L. Weaver, commission on col
lections, $212.08; Daniel Fry, post, $);
James Ilutler, hauling, $2.50; O. C. Fried,
repairing time locks, $10.
M'H IAL AIIM1N1STRATOII.
Judge Miller yesterdsy appointed John
Goodlcllow special administrator of the Char
ily Cro haw estate, to collect the as-U and
hold them until the validity ol one of the
disputed wills can be determined upon.
AT Ills OLD THICKS,
i:i-l'rrlclmt l. it li CriMitra Mnr Fuu for
tlm lnrrtktr Cluli.
From .Miirnlni; Liiuimi.
At the last meeting ol the colored Foraker
club, when Oeorge I.each bowed to the au
thority ol I'rendeut Graham Deuwell and
was again almitted to lloor membership and
uiven a key to the room, it was loudly imag
ined that the troubles of the club were ended.
Apparently they sized up Brother Leach in
the v. rong way, lor he again broke loose last
night. As he was passing the club room,
on Main street, last night, Sam Huffman saw
Leach and a Broun of colored mm
on the sidewalk, and Immediately
suspected an Ethiopian in the luel.
He hastened to Uruhain Deuwell's
office, and alter apprising him of the fact,
went out to find a few of the regular mem
bers. Helm ell came down and found a few
boys and old men at the bottom of the stairs
waiting for I.each who had gone after lamps
to light up the room. He soon learned that
I.each had brought them together to organize
a new club, with the prosp-ct ot distributing
$1,000 of Foraker's money among thems
selves just before election. He told them
that he had no oljections to the formation ol
u new club, but that they must find another
room to meet in as this one was rented by
the Foraker club and was ta be
used for no other purpose. Just
then Leach came up with a
couple of lamps and hustled tnose of the crowd
who were willing to go up-etairs. Deuwell
remained below until Sam Huffman and eight
or nine members of the clulccame up. They
then repaired up-stairs to the club room. Huff
man then told them that he had that day
paid the rent of the room in behalf of the
Foraker club, as its treasurer, and that no
other club had a right to the roam. Deu
well followed with an explanation saying
that he wanted no trouble i j the matter, but
that they must go. He invited them tojt-m
the Foraker club at its regular meeting Wed.
nesday evening, but said that the room was
not open to any other club. I.each
refused to go, claiming thnt as one
of the founders of the Foraker club
he and his friends had a perfect right there to
do as they pleased. High words followed,
and Deuwell sent Huffman down to get Otli
cer Ilass, who i;uietly ejected Leach. Natur
ally he otjectcd strongly, but finally took his
lamp and departed.
Ir. Conrad' Lecturs.
The people ol this city will enjoy the op
portunity aflorded this evening of hearing
distinguished minister lecture on a great sub
ject. Dr. Conrad, of Philadelphia, l'a., will
deliver his lecture on "Luther as the Oreat
Reformer," in the First Koglisb Lutheran
Cburch, at 7 30 p. m. The doctor treats his
subject entirely different from that which we
usually have In addresses on the Reforma
tion. The name of the eminent speaker It a
eufllcient guarantee that all who attend will
be interested and profiled. The lecture Is
Ill MS A. Ml Til AT.
If pearly teeth and fragrant breath
Are, as they should be, your desire,
(lo find some Irug or toilet store,
And, then, you've only to enquire
For SOZODONT, 'tis all yon need
To make your mouth a joy iudeed.
A Fragrant llrrnlli nml 1'early Tf tli
Are easily atlaiued, md those who fall to
avail therasehes of Ihe means, should not
eoinnlaln, when accused of gross neglect.
SOZODONT will speedily eradicate the caiife
nl a hull bretth, beautifying and preserving
the teeth to the oldest age.
"Si'AUUNti's (Jim:," no well regulated fam
ily will be wi'huutlt,
The French Government has Just caused to
be built a cot in which live 400 trained car
rier pigeons ready for use in time ol war.
How to MioriKU Life.
The receipt is simple. You have only to
take a violent cold and neglect it, Aber
uethy, the great lagllsh surgeon, asKed a
laity who told him she ouly had a cough:
"What would you have? The plague?" Be
ware ol "only coughs." The worse easel can,
however, be cured by DR. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM lor the LU.NllS, In Whooping
Cough and Croup It immediately allays irri
tation, and is sure to prevent a fatal termina
tion of the disease, Sold by druggists,
NEW DRESS GOODS
New 36-inch All Wool Tricots at 50c, value 75c
Wo huvo all lio now whittles
ii;iireii mi wool
New Stylos received every day.
oitiiAtii.A rio. ot- tiik oit rut: us.
I riirnimur lllllliieniii'linlii IMeiti'il nn 1)1-
Urnm Morning I 1 1 1 1 o i .
The animal meeting i,f the Orpheus
(formerly Springfield Vocal) society, to or
ganize for tho ensuing year, was held at G.
A. It. Hall last night. Notwithstanding the
musical attractions at the "Grand," the meet
ing was the largest and most enthusiastic of
any business meeting in the history ol the
society, aud is an evidence of the growing in
terest manifested in the chorus, which prom
ises thU year to exceed even tho brilliant
work of last eea'on. The following ollicers
were elected President, J. S. Miles; wce
preident, H II llean, secretary and treasurer,
C. V. Kllluier; musical committee J. S.
Sieur, W. S. Putnam, I.yle lliirbank, Mrs.
O. C. Killmer and Miss .Velllo Wutl; direc
tor, Prof. W. L. Illimiensehein; pianist,
Mus Mary Nelson. In the pron of Prof.
Illuinenscliein the aoclety will find an
able director, who;e ability is too
tavorahly known here to need further com
muit. The selection ot Mr. Miles is also a
wise ouc, as Is also that of all the remaining
In view of the removal of Prof. Uurbaok
to Atlanta, (J i , the lollowing resolution was
Whereas, Prof. Ilurrmiik HS found It de
sirable to remove Irom Springfield, we recog
nize In hl departure the loss of nn able con
ductor, by whose efloris the organization and
growth of this society is largely due; in
view of which be it
Resolred, That we tender to him our sh
eerest thanks f jr his faithful and efficient ser
vice for many years as conductor, with our
best wishes lor abundant success in the new
field of labor to which he has gone.
The value of a good society in Springfield
was evidenced at the rendition of the "Mes
siah" last winter, and can only be sustained
by the support of the citizens. With their
co-operation Springfield is promised a season
ol good music, the outline of which will be
given as soon as determined upon.
A Cllllll Trample! t lr n Hume mill Ita.lly
Aliout 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon a very
sad accident occurred on Water street. George
Techier was driving a delivery wagon. As
ho came out of an alley oti Water street he
saw a child, two years old. beloneine to
Michael Doyal, just id front of bis horse. Ho
tried to check the animal, but as the wagon
crowded onto the hoise it started forward
and trampled the child's lelt arm and struck
it in the lace, cutting a gash two inches long
on the left side of Us forehead. The wagon
was stoptied at once and the Injured babe car
lied into Doyle's houe, in front of which the
accident occurred. Dr. Russell was called,
and found no bones broken, but the print ot
the iron hoof was upon the child's left arm,
and the fingers of the hand had been badly
mashed under the hoof. The newt of the ac
cident attracted a dense crowd about the
Kxtentlvii Tliefta Committed I)) a Woman.
Mrs. Piitchard, who rsoms at 100 Kast
Washington ttreet, has been engaged for
some time at a dishwasher at Smith's ree
lauraut on Kast Main street. For some time
Mrs. Smith has been missing plates, goblets,
spoons, A.c, which were disappearing one at
a lime. She suspected Mrs. l'ritchard. and,
by watching her.she was soon confirmed in her
suspicions. After speaking of the matter to
Officer Wilson, she got out a search warrant,
and yesterday afiernoon Officers Rlzerand Wil
son searched .Mrs. Pritchard's room. Besides nn
amount ot queensnare valued atahuut$10 and
a half-Jnzen towels belonging to the restaur
ant ther lound a bolt of pants goods, stolen
from McCarthey's tailoring establishment,
and a cutaway coat which had been made in
Voungstown. She refu'ed to tell how she
had gotten possession et the cloth and coat.
She was patrol-wagoued to the jail,
T. J. THOMAS,
HEW YOHK HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Ontral Markpl Hou.e.
Bpeclal care with lame horsei, colli, trick borvei,
hunea that loterfere, and thoae haflng peculiar
Relief and Cure
'Mm Inline illnto ti-o of AjuN Cherry
l"i i tnr.iI, In llm cirlli. rM.it;i'-t of llitimt niul
IlilUilNi'.lsei, la lll'lll) f lllpol I .lilt . l:ei)
ImillN lit l.l IhiIiiv,'i'iiis,iiiu in ly ikii'
r.itnl. K. (i. lii'.MIiilil-, (hU'-l-l, lllM'ielil,
Mr., Willi's: " ji i'a ( In iry I'u tin nl It
nun. Infill ii niul. In tho fall uf IsT.'i I
.n luKin with n kinlili'ii CuM, iiccciinji.i
iilul with a IcrrlliKi Cinigh. 1 mlRinl fur
llinriiiDiillis.nri'W irn all IIiiiIIiiic, niul
win tin eiiti iml wilh teilisiiliiiilloii,
.ia lei illume mini to niei liy a iiilerlilHir,
Ullil ll.nl it f.ltnr.ihlu ell'ict lit nine'. 1 eiiu
tliuii'il Hi Use- until ll ii nri.lv liutllis hml
hull tnkili, whell I Mils 1'iiiiipUtely
I'lireil." Dr. t'liimlMH S. 1'iiin, Hunlen,
Si Into Cii Ohio, mi lies: "JIj ulfo wm
iif11lt-tf.il Willi a lloluit Coujjli, uirolii
iijiiIiiI with Itli nihil,'. Ileiiiielles imtully
lri'srrlhii! In null eitses f.illliir, I ii'KoluIl
Ik ti y AjuN flurry 11 clnr.il, which, I
mil k.itlsllul, s.itiil her from rulmuiiary
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Kir salu hy all Dnifc'j;lil,
SEPPEMBEli 8 1885
BLACK BRO. A CO.
mii mrooi mcois at
llie now HliiiilM In tl oso ross clnlhs, nn.l Ihoy aro oxcoe.llnl y enoil value. Black
BrcsH Woods and tlm best limiiil or Hluck Cashmoro in the market. Muck irons Silks
i, vory cheap. Itlmdamos and Surah Silks in all shades.
in tlioso dross
now receiving our Fall
We aro showing tho most extonsivo line or Carpets and Curtains in
BROTHER & CO
Superior St., Next to Postoffice, Cleveland, Ohio.
Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases
THE EYES .AJXTID E1A.R,
Throat, Lungs, Kidneys and Bladder Successfully Treated upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
Has illnrotpip,! Dm urcHt-i.il uro In Ihe world lur
wnjlneu In Ihe li a and llmljs, luviiliiuUrr dli
clmros, lininlency, ireii.ral ile illlH, netiou.nrs,
annua', ninliiHlun t,f ,en, palpitation of the
uesrt, timidity, trcinlillnz, dimniws ol sight cr
KlildlneM, dlimin ol the lieul, throat, no-n or
Jkln, an.lloiM of tho llwr, lun, toiua'li or
liiwels-tho tcrrlldo illanidt-riariilnir tn.i il,.
Tii ,v "",', "i jiMiiu -rfiui I'm re-l
-.in.... l.i.i.- . .
(MiKuiiiiir wirir mont riiiitit hiv
mtf. HP alill.lt.'i
I'lidfrltiK nurrlace lmiKmllile.
moie sullerlnit Irom Nervous liehllltr, the
ariiiptinnsiif lilrl. am a dull, dlstrcMfd mind,
wh ihunlit llietn lor k rfiirinlnir their liiilnrea
ni I au-iiil dutli-1, l.iakc happy mirrliKes imi
sllile, illitics lh aitlmi ol tha hert, causing
IlilMies or heat, ilepreUD of plnt, pvll (ore
IwllnKs. roardire lesr. dreams, short breath
n, luelauchiil) tiro easily of cumpanj and
have a preleruULu In i e aloi o, feeling as tire I in
the inomiiiK as alien n tiring lol luanhoul,
hlle lime ilepnslla In the urine, iiervmin..
tremlillni; cnnfumiu ot thuiighls, watery and
eak ee, dji p,h. eoo-tlpatioii, paleirrn, piln
?,'!', M.0,,,;'!?',, "' "' Umli., etc , ahoulil ninsult
I 111 Ituiiicdlaloly and lo n itorcd to
'" EPILEPSY OJt FITS
lyctiredhya new and never falling uie
d a guarantee glieu In tverrcane.
I'nraolia Itiilmiil In llenlil, ly I'lilenrneit l'reten leri Win. Keep Trllllnit with Them
-Monlli utter IIiiimIi, (lltlnc iiianiiiMi. mill Injurious Ciiiu.
Iiiiuii.ls, sln.iil.l Apply liiimeillntely.
RKM T?I ARI.K T!IT I? PQ ''"'ec-Hd In oldca-eiwhlel. Invebeen neglected or iinsklll
i.ir if .1 1 " '".''"'. vUlVI'iO fully treated Nu evperlmenLs r 1 ailure.. 1'artle. troaled
he m,;ii ..? ;;,:. i.-.:.Ji. ".", ff .."'.
' " -,..l., ,,.,. nll,L- i-n.iui pvrsuuai tunsuitaiiou is preit-rreu
CURADLE CASES GUARANTEED. rx D Ai nrnT e-M CMtTI sun n
Address with Postage, DR. ALBERT, CLEVELAND, O.
iiir-Ca.isnn.l en rupuiidenre SAtllKDI.V tONHIIl.NTlAI.. Treatment (cut C O. 1). to any
parlul the luited Stales '
OB. ALBERT'S NEXT VISIT TD SPUCFELD,
Wodnesilay, October 7th, TWO DAYS, at the Lagonda House.
While money Is close, wapes ami prices
low, expenses shoulj be cut down in eiery
housebolel. Economy Is the wutcUMord for
motliera. IleaU oil dnctor bills by always
keeping in the house a bottle ot Dr. Bosun
ko's Cough anil I.iver Syrup. Stops a cough
Instantly, relieves Consumption, cures a
Croup and pain In the Cheat in one night. It
is just the remedy for hard limes. Price 50
cents and $1. Samples Inc. Sold hy Ad.
liakhaus A. Cn.
SlIlllO roilllsil 'j(lllt
Allow a couph to tun until it pets beyond
the reach of medicine. They otten Bay, ' (Ih,
It will wear away," but in most eases it
wears them away. Could they be induced to
try the sutceslul medicine called Kemp's
llalsam, which we sell on a positive guaran
tee to cure, they would immediately see Iho
eicelleut clK-ct alter taking the first dote.
Price SO cents and $1.00. Trial size tree.
Sold by Dr. T. J Casper, druggist.
Ayer't Ague Cure, when used according to
directions, is warranted to eradicate Irum the
system all forms of malaiial disease, such as
teer and ague, chill fever, intermittent, re
mltteot and bilious fewrs, and disorders ol
the lifer. Try it. The experiment is a safe
one, and ill coit you nothing if a cure is not
A.N.-OX lioi'iili. ol Blackberry, Ills . Sirs
he o.vts his lite ti (iilmoru's Magnelle Khii'r.
Try It. Tor sale by Then. Troupe, druggist.
Carefully rend advertisement ot
Do you wish a teiutimleoiupleiion? Then
use Acer's Sarsapanlla. It cleanses and puri
fies the blood, and thereby removes blotches
utid pimples Irom the sain, u aklng it smooth
and clear, and giiiug it a bright aud healthy
CUKKS HJH l'll.KS.
Piles are frtqiieuily preceded by a sense ol
weight in tbe back, loins and lower part ot
the abdomen, caching the patient to suppose
he has some tfftction of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At tunes, symptoms ol
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
ol the stomach, etc. A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a rery disagreeable Itch
ing, after getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, llleeding and Itching Piles
yield at once to the application ol Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directlv
upon the parts atlected, absorbing the
Tumort, allaying the intense Itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents.
Sold by Ad. liakhaus k Co.
TIIK Win:, MOTHKU AND MAID who
suffir Irom Female Weakness, will liud Oil
more's Aromatic Wiue a posltiie cure. For
sale by Theo, Troupe, druggist.
ei . . j
II A 1 C llolloaty will furnish Fl'NKKAI,
CAItltl MILS liidde of old ( orirll(iii limit,
uutll furllur uotlte, for ( astior lis equivalent.
Kerne lid I'emelerj . J U
llreeniiiount . , i to
Iriili Catholic f en ettry t ,M1
tietnuan C'jltiolic i eiuelery 3 00
WE HAVc EIGHT COACHES,
And parties III save money by calling on ui dl
net lur carriages.
No I'er Cent, liiti'ii lo UiulirtiikcrB.
Outside of old roritorullou line at
-'7 i:. II lull bt., neat to Arcade.
3c, value $1.00.
m in an siiaues.
M rrled iinnuiir jounK men lonternnlattnir
in rnage mare of phjaital aeakni-ii, I oi ut Pre
ire-tire I'liorn luipuleiiiy ur any other illviual
lliislliiiia -.dily rilietel lie who places hlm
ell iiiulir tin lareol lilt Al.lil in may lonOde
III hli i . imr j (senile nan, an I ciiiilldelilly rely
Uu liikilluOa plnnician.
Iii.ineill.Hely cured and full vigor restore 1. Tlila
illilre'iiiig allllcllnn which render life a hunlen
and mnrrlag- iiupwillil. 1 the wnaltr paid by
the lct m of Imp up r Indulgmee The most
lhaale unlit aeLtin.IilL. tliut il,n n-i..n .
llio gnal magnet hr whlcli the wlmio wurld ii at- I
Iraited l-lruy lln m and what hate we" Man!
is n longer iniere-ieil in I lie ooiite aeaj the In
tenhanue of that hlomful refioid tthlch attratts
aid lul rem the whole orld exists no longer;
man c to ne what l,u I made him the world
i no I ngtr intrusting lililiu and reumn and
diaapiKiintmeiit are his rniiMant rompanlons
Cnnaiilt lilt al.lle.ltr at once and you will find
t'eayiuiatliy an 1 rtlief Dial )oil iioaitlrely re
ipilre. Opium and Morphine Habit
Cured and tho victims, rjeaiel from their Ihrall
dom which tnakei lifo weme than dealn.
AllilIiPHof the LYE AND KAU treated by
the Utf-t aid mont airuTed tuelhols.
"""" ..'" i'"-;"-"" " ...ure.. .me. iroaiea
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
Wm, It (laiNT. Maktik M. GaanT
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Lard. Baoon and Ham.
Boom No 8, Arcade HullJlne, Hecond Floor,
No. 8 West Higli St.
FINE STEEL ENGRAVING
GENERAL ii! S. GRANT.
I'rliiteduii Hi ai) Plate l'uier 1M. 1'rlre 8.
Itcmlt Ii) Postal Noieor llislsirred tatter to
I!. IIAItltl.M.IIIN. :i'.'lS"ll" M., wash.
I vi, mis, it, e .
in niiiiiui4 Hi J irnii ! Kill tllBIHUllUU IB
auiit(rizel lotltr Hvt ( nl klni In thn htntcl
Ohio, end. uf wtiicli ?nUil h Cadet lo It stir J Fre
ot Churn' 'ilift.i.ii are rnjueitel to for ward
Tph.IiikiiimIi of CJur(Ur Ka'l Slon trftflni
HfiliinlHr Kith. K. II, ICIHli:ii.S, Km.
tn Bil.llllni, tr. ...... I .1 l ll.t. I..t...al- 1
RELIABLE SELF CURE
Cnunte lurtvcili.liui) of one tf ihe nio.i
noted ami tuttrttfnl ifciaht in llie U S
inow rrtire.li (or ih cure of Nrrvmi.. llelilllly,
Isoat MuiilitMitlt VhUii and Hemy, btn
It. ltui kculed ei)elo !', Drucutt inn fill it.
Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana. Mo.
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and In.
dlaaapolla Kail war.
HIUiAT CENTRAL TKUXK KOUTV.
H1A.MT AJNJL W1CMT.
rhroajth ears, with connection In Union Depot;
Onlr direct Una rla Cleveland, lluttalo and Nl-
' " nml xora anu new l-.ciland.
Ulrect connections lor all Southern, Houlhwest.
II Pd."''ern points, either br way ol Cincin
nati, Indianapolis or He. Loult. Feat lime, Mew
Equipment, and running through tbe most popu
lar part ol tbe oountrri pokwaalng evr applt
S? '"JL'P?1 ni eomfort known to be tervhw
"'"i, T?" " "oad-Bed ana the tialeat Hoad In
the West. Tickets by this popular route lot salt
at all retnilar tloket offloet.
, J. Uatllii, Ganeral Taaaenfer Asrtnt.
C C. C. k I. RAILWAY.
Trtlas Itirt Ssln Int.
Might Kxpreaa 13:43 a m
WKV1, Ool Aooora....... 7:do a m
N. Y. A jjohIoii Jtixprea ll.M a m
Ulncln -tl A N. if.Vaat Una 1t.au ji
UlTU!ilfael Lino ... :a6pu
Train LttvtOeltf DstU.
Midnight Kiprivui .....,. 2;5 a m
Clnolnnatl anil Ht. loni. r.itn s.in.
Bprlngneld A Cincinnati Kxpreae... 8:15 am
Ulnelnnatl Kaat Line ....L.. U:35 d m
Honibarn Kiprtm .. J.tfiDrn
Dayton, 4 Cln. Kx r...."r.... J bllSSm
Hp'fd. & Cln. Aoeom, Hunday only. 7:00 a m
Daton, Springfield and Iel. Acoom. 7.10 p ra
Intcs irrlvt Trta iaitfc.
Midnight Kipreaa 12 -IS am
iJavton.Bpg. and Del. Accoru .7:60a m
n. V, d ljoalou Lapreaa ....., n,w m
Cln.4Sprlu.nBld Kxprem na, m
Hprlngdeld Aooom. ... 6Mom
BprJd. A Cln. Aooom., Bnnday only. tMom
Tnlat .rrlrt rWzttt F
Night Ezpreaa 2'3Sam
anil and St Louis Lla J...ZZ".... IS.IO a 2
Cincinnati Kaat Line... . Bion
Booth eru Kipreaa . .. 3 ... . lis p m
Oolnmbns, Delaware 4 Dayton Ac 7,10 p m
riieae train n .i.thunniv...
Sunday. ' """" on
aleepltiKOarto BoaLon ami s. v.; .!7LU
I rtlll AtlBM.. -'... v.m. VM-
Cleveland, oonueotlug with the
Sr'T y115" luraaiiuiio ion.
Train leaving SrrlDsrfleld at U-tO n m Im
'Per to New York without ouaumi.
All tralna ruu uv (Miitr-!.. mi .... ..
Aft train run oy Contra. nr.iii,i,.r,'i Tin,.
whloh la 26 minutes lower than rpriuiifleld time,
VllkU. l. A.H1WHT,
Tlrket Atvnt, Arcado Depot,
GREAT THROUGH ROUTL
3 THWH FlSStnin iflllKS 3
Iu.il , each waxy,
Elegant New Stvlo
And Combination Sleoping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Elegant .Meslern Coaches on Dar iralnt.
Slu.riest auj Moat lleslrnbln Kout Urn.
tween the Knst nud H e.t. Tlirouirh
Ticket, mm llnicKHK Chucks
to all Principal rutin.
Particular adranlmres oltered to Western Em I.
ren1!edb,Jt.UnVliJoe!0"r", liCkeU to " lnl
S:5p?mt"t,6'5 m- 9-55 m- 6!M P-
II?. West, 2:50 a. m., U-.SS a. in., 6:50 p. m.
Going North, a:as a. ni 10:0ci a. ro., 6:26 n. m.
eJolpu South, o. s. it. K, 10:30 a. m 6:3o p. in.
Trains arrive: ' '
From kast, 1 us a. m., 8.10 a. m., 11:16V m., 6:00
rom We.t,2.10 a. m & 45 a. m., SI 30 p. m.
From North, l.M a. lu., 9 ro ,,. m-, 4:55 4. m
Irom South S:5C a. m., 4-av p. m.
J. K. Ileiuler.u.., jj, S, nron,00
oea'l Mannuer. (roo'l riLret ei
i. h. itomrfe. Agu BPrimtd"d
Ohio fSoultiwrii lllvlalua.
Trains trrlre Irom Jackson and.Wathlnj!o.i L. H
DpnuKi'id a. n.
No. I (except Sunday) 5:16 p. m. :80 i ra
ho. S(eii'episundaj) 10:10a.m. :Se)a.i
Tralst Dtp trt for Jtckton and Washlagloa C H
hprlngt'ld H. U.
No. 2 (except Bundaj) .li : . m. iftio ,.
No.4(exeptBundaT) 5:65 p.m. 6.S6p, i
K. Y. P. ti o. HAIL. WAY.
Traint Arrlie From tht Exit.
No. 39, accommodation, dallr...
..y. i.iu, .ntn uniiy JU.4Ja. m
No. 6, St. L. tdmited txpre.. daily. 3:47 p. a,
Trtlst Lasts o'ic Last
No. 4, New York Limited dally 10-43a.'m'.
No. 2 acooin odatloo 8 Ji p.m.
No. I, New York fcxprtau daily. ....4J p. m.
iraint arrlie From the West.
No. 4, Bt. Louis Limited, dallr
No. 2, aicouiuiodatloa
No. 6, N. Y. Klpreia, dally
5 32 p. m.
2 .Ha m.
10.43 a. u.
3.50 p. m.
Traltt (.tart iolng WmL
No. 39. tccomioodatloQ, dally . .
No. 1, Clncionali i.'xjiress, iiaily
No. 6, at. Louis Lliuliod, dally
Trains Su. 4 and 8 hate .leetteri. hnl
ol cm In either ruse t, rough to Nb- York,
iso ou.s sleepers itirou.'h toM. Ixiula.
All trains arrne and uepart Irocu I.B.AW.
deiHji In tli la city.
1 rains run on c'entral time.
For tickets lo all points call on
J. I. 1'uLk.oKR, Agent, othce In St. James Hotel,
P HANDLE ROUTE!
P.. C. & St. L. Ballwar.
L. M. JlivlNlon-Siiriiiirili'lel Jlranch.
ISO. 7. ISO. o.
Wei teru, Limited
10.01am .. .
Lr. t. Hpr'Ks!
No. , hasten. Lxpriu, learea fiprini;lleld B.40
a. m.j Yellow t.priu,ji V 04 a. m. Arrlre Xenla
HSoa. m.i Golumlm. n.lOa. in.
Mk li. ! iso. li. No. S. No. s.
Arrirlng, hasteru lucal liar Col'bua
Lxpress r x press. Ex pre.. Eipreaa.
Lr. Ixiulir'le "iSOam 7.2am 1 60pm
Lr. Ctn . 7.2oau 2.3iipni 7.16pm
Lr, 1 olumh'. 16.0 aw .60pm 12.66pia
Lr. Daytou , '& I'iu 4 15pm (8 eOptn tl PB
Lr. Xenix-.., I a.n.tui 6.40nm 10,16pm 2.40pm
Ar. Y. Hpr'g K&Saiu 6.apm 10.31pm a.0pn
Ar. rtp'gt'ld.. 10.Ai.rn 6.30pm lLotpm LtOpxa
No. 10, Loral Aicommodatlon, learet Xenli 5.M
s. lu. nillTD IOI.OW DLiriUg. O.IO s, ID,! DUTHU
Held 7.00 a. in.
Dally, finally except Sunday.
Train No. 1 makes Immediate connections al
Xenla lor IVaililngtou C, 11., Uhilllcothe, Cincin
nati and Coluiubu.. No. 9 is the rail Eastern
hi press, making- immediate connection, at Xenla
lor I'llUlmrg, llarrlsl.urk;, IVasblnclon. Kaltlmor.
Philadelphia. New York. Iloiton, all Eastern and
New eualand luliita. Also Ihrounh car .eriloa lor
Clereland. No. 11 makes diect oon
nectloni at Xenla lor Cincinnati, Lou I,
rllle and ilnU Mouth; through trains lor Rich,
mond. Indianapolis, Ht. Louis and ulnta West,
No. 6 Is the laiuous Limlt4d Express and makea
direct connections at Xenla lor Columbus, rittt
burn, Harrliliurg, llalllmore, Waihtngtou, fhtlf
delphla. New i ork. lloalou, all Kaslern ai.J New
huglaud siints, also Immediate connection lor
Clereland, lluttalo, Niagara tails, Alliny and
Bjracuie., N. Y. No. 7, last Line, Western and
Houthern Kipreu, making limnedltteeonneotlon.
al Xenix lor Cincinnati, Loul.illl., ChiilsQooga
Nashrllle, Memt.hli, and New Orleat.s, and
lor Kicbmond, Chicago, and point
In the North and Northwest; Indlauacolls, Bt
Louis, Kansas illy and points In tbe Wait and
Boulbweat. All traint ruu on Central time,
which Is26 minutes .lower than cily time. Tick.
eta told aud baggage 1 becked to all points In tht
United Stales, and reliable iulorui.lUu,. cin bt
obtained at Ihe office ol the Ckua
pany't Agent, this city. I'trtlcular la
formation at to time ol train ooonttf
lions, rattst, ate., cheerfully turnlthtvl.
Call on J.at.llINEri.Cltr TlekttAfnl,
J AH. Mce'UEA, Jlanaaar.
M. A. foao, Uauaral rattaniu Agaat.
-a. in '-,-