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GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 81885
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Now it your time to buy cheap cigars. 25,000 cigar, to bo closed out regardless or cost to make room for now goods. All the litest periodicals orthe my Kepi consianuy on nana, oo.e ngum iu. mo -.. .., ...... ,
FIVE TKOXJSITTD ' CIGARS "WIT-ili BE Q3ST SALE THIS 1&OFLN11XC3- AT $LOO PER BOX,
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LUC A I. IllCKri I1H3.
Tonight U New Year-! Eve among tht Is
raelites. Not an arrest this morning". All the toughs
staid In cut (if the wet.
More stolen diihes were found in Mrs.
Pritchard's loom this morning.
Charles Cummlngs is on trial lor perjury
belore the major this afternoon.
Hannah Prltchard was arraigned this af-
ternoon and pleaded not guilty to petit lar
ceny. An kflidavlt was this morning filed against
Mrs. Prltchard, mentioned elsewhere, far petit
Judge Wright returned to Troy Monday
evening. The two oontinued cases were laid
Dr. Leonard is announced to speak in Cin
cinnati Thursday evening. Tbe meeting will
be in trout of the postollice.
The light question will be tha ereat bug
bear at council tonight. The police list will
go through if nothing happens to prevent.
Tbe sanitary marshal this morning Sled an
aflidavit acalnst Mike Welsh for keeping a
filthy yiird at the corner of Spring and Mon
Tbe case of Schweikert vs. Scholles for al
lured failure to fulfill contract on a stone
foundation wall is being heard before a jury
in 'Squire Stout's court this afternoon.
Mrs. Loucks, of Plattsburg, got a drop of
lie in her eye while making soap three
months ago. The eye will be operated upon
this atternoon by Springfield physicians.
This alternoon the mayor fined Pat Brice
one dollar and costs for drunk andd'sorderly;
Pat Snee one dollar and costs, same charge;
and AnJy Fox one dollar and costs for being
Vesterday a fine young horse belonging to
J. I.. Coleman, on West pleasant street, got
out of his yard and strayed out the Dayton
pike. It was struck and killed by an I. B. .1
AV. freight train.
Tbe proprietor of tbe Ltgonda house seems
to be a favorite io tbe theatrical circles, as he
has caught every show this season. The
Thompson Opera Company, 35 in all, stopped
The hose was lett attached to the tap In
front of Charlie Henchltr'e bakery Monday
ninht. Between 11 and 12 o'clock a snaaV
thief from the country cut off the hose and
carried it awny in Wis buggy. He is known,
and had best return it.
Mr. J W Churchill, of Cleveland, the gen
tleman to whom tbe contract for boring our
gas well has been given, is in the city nakiog
the final arrangements. He hopes to begin
sometime, within tbe neit two weeks. Mr.
Churchill is a professional in the business,
and it there is any gas to be fjund on tha
banks of Buck creek he will find it.
The semi-annual meeting of the Springfield
Auxiliary to the American McAM Association,
(devoted to Christian mission work In Paris
and France,) will be held Tnuraday evening,
in the High street M. K. church, and all are
invited to be present. Interesting papers will
be read and addresses will be delivered by
Rev. Dr. John F. Marlay and others.
Charlie Kiefer, ol Urbana, is In the city.
Judge Hume, of Hamilton, is bera on busi
ness. F. C. Uiceauson leaves today for Downa,
Seymour Harold, of South Charleston, Is in
0. II. Anderson has gone to Sandusky for a
Mrs. I.. S. Chittenden left for Hanover, .V
T., this morning.
Mr. J. . Johnson leaves today for New
York via Pan Handle.
Miss Kate Mcllreen left for New York city
this afternoon, via N. Y. Central.
Mr. C. A. Dillabunt and sister left for I.aS
Angelos, Cal., this morning via Bee Line.
Mr. C. A. Tingle succeeds Mr. Delp h Sup
erindendent Van Tassel's private Becretary.
Master Marco IJ. Morrow, Springfield's boy
orator, returned Monday from a month's visit
Mr. Border Bowman laft tbis moriilng for
I.awrenceville, N. J., where he will attend
school tbis year.
Word has been received that Mri. Dr, Mro
lison is gradually recovering from ber sever
Illness in Detroit.
John Monabon left far Lexington, Ky
this morning to bring up some fine horses for
Mr. Albert Noble, telegraph operator of the
Pan Handle office, has been changed to Kx
pense Clerk at the Pan Handle freight office.
Mr. Harvey Benson, a former member of
the (jlohc-IUpuiiuc reportorlal tuff, left
Monday evening for Clinton, la., where he
will engage In business.
A ntllna; Trlhuta.
In the editorial column! of the Chicago
News tbe following appeared yesterday
The name of "Hob" Haylor will go down
to posterity on tbe roll of heroes who have
mcrificid their lives to lave tbe lives of
others and met death unflinchingly. He was
tbe train engineer in the accident of Wednes
day on the Indiana, llloomlcglon K Western
road, and who, io tbe face of certain death,
tuck to hit post in the hope of saving tbe
lives of the passengers. Pete hat let heroes
i well at war.
Semi-official word comet from New York
that an agreement was made last week be
twetn Vanderb'lt and tke Erie officials by
which tha N. Y, P. 0. will secure Cincln
nail connections over tbe Be Line branch
running from tbit city to Cincinnati, making
the change at Dayton and taking tbe N. Y,
P. k 0. butineae away from tbe 0. H. k D. at
Dayton. II tuch It tb cat tha 0. II. k D.
will bavt to nek lu tattarn connection at
ii itKitK Tiir.v ha r "H i rs:
Th KallromU mid (lie Undent Kiiln nn
liuliiatr) In Nrliriiakn.
"I don't know whether I dare Sak of rals
bere In Springfield or not," said a man from
York, Nebraska, at the Arcade jeslerday,
"but I was going to tell you n peculiar thing.
Out In our country a certain Industry has
been entirely ruined by the rats. Belore we
got a railroad through our country there
were men who used to go around putting up
sod homes for settlers. I suppose 75 rer
cent, of the new settlers In our trgion occu
pied sod houses when they first moved
upon their homesteads. These builders were
particularly expert at the work, though any
body cau build a sod house The turf out
there is strong and thick, and they cut it up
into squares about sixteen imlies each way
and lay it into a wall. The wall builds up
as true as a die if the plowing of the turt
has been carefully done. 01 course they put
in doors and windows just as they would it
tbe wall were made of brick or stone. When
the walls ar blgh enough they put some
timbers across, pile on some brush, and Uy a
root of more turf. These roofs turn water
nicely for a year or two. Alter awhile
they dry out and are not then
so good. In this way settlers could
put up a house at an expense of twenty dol
lars, and do it in a couple ot days. If tbey
couldn't aflord a board floor they would dig
down balow tbe soil, and the hard, dry sub
soil made as pretty a floor as a man would
want, sweeping clean and keeping quite
smooth. Of course onr people have nice
frame houses now, and have had for jears,
but sod out-buildings, stable aad WHgon
sheds were in use until tbe railroads came
through, and then it was good-by sod bouses.
The railroad brought in tbe rats an 1 the rats
would cut a sod house so full of holes in a
week that there nas danger of its tallmg
down. The rats have driven sod houses nut
of tbe country."
Off I VI Ah I'AVl H
Concerning the lteiie,t fur lr,
John S. Shewalter, secretary of the Central
M. K. church, appears with an official card in
ihe Cintintotl Commercial Gsrette Thursday
morning, from which tbe following extract Is
As to tbe request for Dc. Leonard to be re
turned to tbis church the next year. At a
meeting of the quarterly conference, held
May '."J, 1885, a resolution was adopted by a
vole of nine out ot eleven present asking bis
return for the year, the two members not
votiog either way. At a meeting of the
ofhii.l board ot the church (composed of the
same persoas who compose the quarterly con
ference) held on July 1 1, lrlrij, after Dr
Leonard had been nominated lor
governor, when there were twenty
seven members present, a resolution was
adopted renewing the request for bis return
for the enduing year by a vote of tweuty-four
for tbe resolution, two against and one nut
votinc either wi; ; and low I want to say
ant to say
o with tbe
that Dr. Leonard bad nothing to do with tbe
drawing up ot that paper. I know that it
was drawn by Brothers C. H S baetfer and
John Johnson, at tbe former's grocery, dur-
ing the day, and Dr. Leonard never knew
what it contained until it nai read at the
meeting of the Board. When the paper was
first written up the request for the return of
Dr. Leonard was a tart of its contents. Af
terwards Brother Scbaefler, in his desire to so
word it, if possible, as to get all the members
bf the Board to vote it, struck out that
nroviaion. At the meeting of the Board
when tbe paper was presented, the only re
quest Dr. Leonard made about It was that we
would either say we did not wish his return
next year, or that we did. I theu, by the re
quest of Brother Schaeffer, rewrote the exact
words that bad been erased, asking the return
ot Dr. Leonard. There was no dictation by
Dr. Leonard as to the wording in any en
deavor to make it any stronger or to change
It in any way, but he said it suited him as
we had prepared it. There was a very frank
discussion ot the paper, a very free statement
of opinion by some of the republican mem
bers u to the matter, and that is all there is
in the case.
cAjit-Aiii.t cum.hu i r.r.
Meeting at tile Treasurer's Olllcx Tuesilll)
Tbe republican campaign committee ap
pointed by the central committee last week,
beld a consultation at the treasurer's office at
? o'clock this morning. The following were
present: J, W. Parsons, Bert Whitely, W.
M. Ilockel, ti. J. Wones and James P Good
win. It was decided that General Keifer
should preside at the McDougal meeting at
the wigwam next Thursday night, and tbe
details, tuch as securing music, kc were
given to different members to attend
to. ;It was reported that George
C. Ilawllne had been secured to speak with
W. W McOurry at South Charleston Septem
ber 21, and that T. J, 1'ringle will speak with
J. P. Greene tt Selma. E. C. Jackson was
appointed janitor ot tha wigwam.
A call was 1-sued for a meeting of the cen
tral committee next Tuesday alternoon at 3
o'clock. It is very important that tbe rural
members should attend this meeting
as tbt arrangements for speeches
in the country will then be made. The cam
mittce then talked over other matters wbicb
cannot yet be made public. They propose to
mske the campaign in Clark county a short,
but red-hot one. Tbis city Is one of General
Logan's assignments and tbe committee will
bend every energy to make it the tiggest
event of tbe campaign in tbe stale.
The Accounts of CSr.iiul Army Day Show
tbe fust H Utile Ahai.il,
The executive committee of Grand Army
day finally succeeded In getting a full meet
ing last night at 0, N. Bartholomew's office.
The account! were completely closed, all bills
were reparted paid, and the committee find
that tbey have tome out a little bit ahead af
ter all. The report of the treaiurer, J. M,
Nulfer, foots up ai follows Total receipts
from all sources, $2,070.15; total expendi
ture, $2,033,4 7 balance on band $42 98. This
balance was turned over to the relief fund
of Mitchell Post, No. 45. Tbe figures were
not arranged to ai to show how much f
these receipts were from subscriptions and how
much from luet.le of privileges at Ihe gronndr.
The Grand Army men are yttj well pleased
to think that tbey succeeded In entertaining
their comrades In tuch splendid style without
linking tha pott in debt.
Mr. B. P, Smith, of Urbana, spent part or
Monday In tbit city.
The, CouiImk Sale. M Auction i.r tlm lrent
From MnrnliiK htlltioii
I.oMniv, Sept. 7. There is considerable
gossip afloat about that most unlucky o( com
mercial marine ventures, the steamer Oreal
Kiislern, which Is to be offered lot sale at auc
tion next month. This monster ol the deep,
which was first called the Levithan, was
designed by I. K. Brunei, who died In Sep
tember, 18.r9, and was built by Messrs. Scalt
Uuwll k Co., at Millwall, on the Isle
of 1)08. The launching lasted from the
.)rd ol November, 1857, to the 31st ot Jan
uarv. 1858. She was fitted up to convey 5,-
00U persons from London to Australia, ana
made several trips to and from New York;
but owing to the peculiarly disagreeable mo
tion produced by the waves upon her extreme
length she failed to be popular at a aseenger
ship, and passed from the owner's
hands into those ot the sherlfTs, and
from one company to another, till at
last she whs successfully employed by
Mes'rs. G!as, Llllolt K Co , the electricians,
in the early part of 1T.4, in laying the At
lantic cab'e, and she was employed In similar
service up to the close of 1874. The latest
speculation connected with the Great Kastern
was tbe proposal to fit her up as a palace
hotel and send her to the New Orleans ex
hibition; but the lack of capital prevented
the Idea being carried out, and she will be
sold next month doubtless for a mere song,
as, except for cable laying, her usefulness has
not yet been discovered.
A Myatwrluus Caae 111 I'arls.
Parii, Sept. 7. The late Baron and Ba
roness Matres, of this city, were realous be
lievers in spiritualism, and had frequent
stances at their house. At these exhibitions
of occult power a certain spiritualist and his
wife were always present, and by the deliv
ery of messages, purporting to come from de-
ceaea ineturjers 01 tne .iiatres lamuy, ou
tained a great Influence over the baron and
his lady. A short time since the baron and
baronets died suddenly within a few days of
each other, and it is now believed tbey were
poisoned, and suplcion lalls upon the to
medium", who were benefited by the death of
their noble natrons. The remains of tbe two
Matres have been exhumed for tbe purpose of
submitting them to medical examination, and
in the meantime, while no arresls have been
made, the two spiritualists are under police
Tl.ei New County Treaaurer.
John W. Parson", the new county treas
urer, this morning took possession of the of
fice, and ei-Treaurer William Wilton turned
over to him the money in tbe treasury vault.
A count cf Ihe money showed cash to tbe
credit of the vari mi treasury accounts as (ol
lows. County, $43 817.JI; city, $32 'J(. 7.98;
school fund, $20,785.37; city wattr works,
$15,440 52; city teachers' institute, $7fi.50;
total, $113,107.71. Treasurer Parsons ex
pressed himself as very well pleased with the
condition ot affairs as he found them. The
books of the office have been neatly and ac
curately kept, and everything was in first
Iron Wnrka MHrlexl h) the KfiiIfiyee.
Dftroit, Sept. 7 The Buhl Iron Works,
ot this city, which have been shut don n
since July 1, are to be re-opt ned under the
management ot the late emnloves. Tbe men
I said they believed they could make a liviu,
if the works were started strain, and wet
I said they believed they could make a living
if tbe works were started strain, and were
' civen permission to start for themselves
The managers say they do not propose to
! open the works themselves for Borne time yet,
, believing the iron business to be stagnant,
but they are willing to let the men try tbe
is our price for a nice dress shoe. Other shoe
deulers' price, $2.50. Lyn,
289a :il West Main.
Lo, the Poor Colorado Indiun, ready to
fight the moment Uncle Sam shows a duposi
ion to Cheyenne thingat him. Philadelphia
is our price for a fine shoe for ladies. Other
shoe dealers' price, $3. L c,
-!8i 31 West Main.
A man has a Hall in a Cincinnati market
who lost both legs In the army. What a
splendid cashier be would make. Chicago
is our price for our gents' Ki Go shoe. Tbit
is as good a shoe as other dealers sell at $G.
289a Lm.ch, 31 West Main.
A scientific Journal tells how to prevent hic
cough. Another good way Is to refrain from
going out between tbe acts. Norristown
You go wrong by not buying a pair of our
$2.25 dress shoes. Lrxcii,
i89a 31 West Main.
Wanted To arrange with energetic jobber!
and talesmen to sell a No. 1 article of Plug
Tobacco on commission in Ohio. Address
G. P. Maule, Sixteenth and Poplar street.,
St. Louis, Mo. 2C5 r. Tt W.
It is not the man who thumps the bar the
hardest that bas tbe most money to pay for
his drink. Brooklyn Timet.
HOW MUCH Wll.l. IIIU U1VK
For a very rich farm of one, two or three
hundred acres adjolnlug the farm of P. Don
ohoe, near South Solon, Madiaon county, O ?
Small cash papment with balance at low rate
of interest, will be accepted. Go and see the
land and make an offer at once, as It will be
so'd to some one very toon. Title perlett.
Would exchange for Chicago property. Ad
dress II. I). (lARIUSOf,
70 31st St., Chicago, III.
Consumptive night sweats may be arretted
by tponiting the body nightly in salt water.
Order of Clu. liiii.tu. Celebration, at tin.
riiinall, Kept. IS anil 111, IHH.t.
The exercises attending the celebration of
this order are of a very interesting and amas
Ing character, drawing great multitude! to
Cincinnati annually to witness them. To ac
commodate all who may desire to lie present
this tear, tbe Pan Handle route will sell ex
cursion tickets to Cincinnati and return for
all regular trains, on Tuesday and Wednes
day, September 15 and 10, available fjr re
turn psssage until Friday, September 18, In
clusive. 287 b
A small niece of charcoal in the pot with
boiling cabbage removes the smell.
Dr. and Mme. Van Norman's school for la
dies (founded 1857) will re-open October 1st,
at 315 Witt 57lli ttreet, New York. Special
advantages In music and modern Isneuaget.
Ueterenre: Dr. E. V. Van Norman, Spring
field, 0. 285 tf
In bailing meal fjr soup, use cold water to
extract the juices. If tbe meat is wanted
for itself alone, pluoge It Into boiling water
We save you 25 to 75 teolt on all
thoes you buy, or refund your money.
289 Lyucii, 31 Wett Main.
An Kngliibiuan bat discovered that kirt
ing to be Scriptural, must be between those
oi tne tame lex, it Ii evident that tht Bible
netdi to bt rented jutt one mora. Lowell
THE BEST IS
WIkmi purchasing Shoes it is more economical to secure the best quality, price considered, than to ignore quality in
order to avoid a slight additional outlay. We have a medium grade of Shoes, made of excellent stock without ex
pensive or unnecessary finish, covering all sizes for Men, Women and Children, which for service and value to the
wearer are really worth more than others of greater cost. They are not quite as low-priced as shoddy goods, hut are
ten times more desirable. Persons who understand how to economize will find that our stock affords them an opportu
nity. We have no shoddy goods, and will not give them place in our store. They are dear at any price. Our aim has
always been to give a better Shoe for the money than any other house in the city, and we have been eminently succesful.
ROUSE & PARSONS, 26 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
Tumblers that have, milk in them should
never be pnt in hot water.
The cheap land excursion to Kanaas, Sept.
15th, promises to be unusually large. A
large number from Clark and Oreene coun
ties have been aaranging with Mr. Ileece
about going to Kansas and Tevaa. These
eicur'ions are certainly desirable for all who
desire homes in the nest. 289a
A cup of but water drunk before meals
will prtvtnt nausea and dyspepsia.
Mrs. Ptartou's work will be promptly and
neatly done. No. GO S. Spring street.
Well ventilated bedrooms will prevent
morning headaches and lassitude.
Miss I.. F. Robinson is assisting Mrs. Pear
son at ber dress making rooms, CO South
Spring street, where she will be glad to see
her old friends and customers. 189S-Z91a
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
There In nnlietter medium to make known jour
wants or ad.ertUe uliat yuu mav hare for aaie or
rent, than a nee. paper. The (iLrmt'ltKrlBI lc
la the paper for the inaMa aod desire, to make Its
"People's 1 oluian" the great medium between
buyers ami sellers, and employes and employer..
In order to make It such, advertisement of an
unot'Wctlonuble nature headeit, "Wants," "For
hale," "For Kent," ete .will be Inserted at the
Mlowlnic rates: Three lines, o e day, lr rents,
one week ro Lents Ksch additional line, one
Itnie ', rents; one week, 1 cents a dar AM. Al
Klirlsl,Mi:ST3 AI'I'KAKlN 1IOT1I MOItNIM)
AMI 1 : V 1 M.Mf DM I !().-. at one charge This
gives In rtallty 12 loscrtions of a three Hue adver
tisemenl, for 60 cents, or Iwo Insertion, for 1
cents W hen you want to buy. aell, rent, employ,
or ket employment, you ao reach the masses
through the "People's oluinn," at trilling ex
POH HOT At cents er month, a fine, large
y hricV houseuf lorooms In China Ue sell you
a nice dres, shoe for $ 'J" that other dealers w ,nt
IIW l.)ucli,31 WeU Sfalu V-J It
lMUt UhNr l.arge storeroom ou
T itent very low. Thos hbarp
t'Olt I.K - l.a ies' fine drefcs sh je for $.1, other
dealers sell them al SI Lynch, ,il e-l Main.
poll bALl No. 1 l'earl sluet, for aa e cheap
J1 to a oish puifhaser Call at the remises Vit
fllllK fo-parlnersulp heretofore existing under
I the firm uaineof Kussell A llouck Bros, slanda
dissolved fro a and after the 1st day of epteinher,
ISM, by limitation All bills due and all obliga
tions of said firm will be settled by ffuuck Ilros
Persons owing the firm will please rail and settle.
W. V J. II llouck cor, .Main and Muieatooe.
rnlin co-partnership bere'oforo exfsllug under
I the brni name ol Wralght A Igge, paluters,
stands dissolved from and after the ltt dav of Sep.
tember, Iwi, by consent. All bills due and all
obllgitioua of said firm will be settled by II. (.
Wraign , 20 North (.enter st j,7 t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
IM)R hAI.h (lit KXCHANdE-V70 acre farm, lln
proved, wilt exchange fur clly property and
VI J acre farm; new dwelling and other neces
sary buildings wilt exchange for city property or
man larm lu nils ruuuiy.
117 acres In K.ss county,
or a stock of euods.
sill trade for property
Stock of gds, location desirable ami doing
goiu inisiness, win exenango lor cue properly.
10D acres of laud netr cily; will aell chf
small amount In cash, balance on loog lime.
fruit staud and stock, one of the heat In tbe
Money to loan. WICK A COI.KS,
'7 m Icoom 1, over ltgonda llauk.
POIl 8AI.K Oil l.XCIIANliK-A few fiua In
r proved farms and some choice Iowa. Nebraska
and Kansas lands, cheap for cash or In exchange
for slocks of goads. T. J Calms A Co , Janesvllla,
A 1,1. kinds of prop rty clly and country. A
good bouseot 4 rooms for 9-iOQ. A good new
doubte bouse ef 10 rooms to exchange for a ntngle
house OS some h(k1 at rhet. sf.iner l lnsn. Jniin
il. Johnson, corner Market and High sis,
H' NTM- Young ladles lo buy our ti.S- fine
If kid shoe, other shot) men sell them at 8 1
Lynch, 'II West Main.
tlfANThll-Young men torall and si a our II 90
H fine dress shoe other shoe dealers sell them
al J m Lynch, II Wi .Main, Wi if
WANTI I)-VojngIady that wrlles a plain hand.
Hlate wages wauled. Address U, tarn Globe
ltepubllc. -jmi if
WANThli-A reliable, mldille-agad white wo
man lodo cooking, and act as housekeeper
for a family of Iwo. Must come Immediately.
Apply to Dr. T ILllir.on, Mo. ; Mouth Cen
ter street. a
WANItll - good gill low rk lu small lasnlly;
good wages, lrn lire 3.'il N Mmeslonest 2Mtu
IVAN ff-.Dlloardiig, by a business man ina
II small private family. Address K. II. this
WAN Tl:l) -Oerraaa girl to do geueral house
work Inquire n. e, cor. Hard and Outer,
north side tf creek. "JSTin
WAN1 hl rilluatlou, by a young man wllh loog
eiperlence In Ihe drygools and gent's lur.
nithing holiness; can give beat of reference. Ad
dress "llusluess,' this olhce, 19U.I
WANThli (loud opfiortunity to make money on
mall caplt.l, and establish a permanent
growing business, rivalling the te.ephone. An ar
llcli of treat value, aflordlng Ihe ageut a monop
olr Three years ol auccesa K. 8 ('beater, man
agar, 91 huclld avenue, Clevelaud.O, 281am
! "was-ss. saawasBBBBBsas
II! API Ml A resident salesman o. etptrlenre
II and lulluenielu bandl the bast line of do
mestic as well aa Preneli wove torseti for Ibis
flat on commission Liberal term.. Address,
with full particulars, Lewis rkhlele A Co , ISO
Broadway, New York. 20 be
tVlll MAI.K-An A 1 fresh milch oow Apply to
Jaue. lloman, .No. hO Mouth Limestone street.
fain bl , up, lain.
must ba sold
II attorn est
FWIIHAI.IJ llowlebante for parlies wanting to
golo buslmss. Mrs. ri. lllakeoer will offer
iiore furniture and enures at a great bargain.
Lallatonce, .No. 61 Aicade. ias r
S PALED I'ttOl'itfALA will be received at tbe
office of Cily Kuglneer at Hprlngleld, Ohio,
up to il o'ouk, noon, of Monday, August Slat,
lavs, for grading and graveling a atreel through
the DIOINSItr ot Koaa Mllrhall.ln arr-nrdann wllh
; plana, profiles and peclflcatloos oa lit la City
2ftaa J, Docot.au Moiaa, C, X.
NOTICE la hertby given that the city of Spring- I
field, Ohio, will offer for .ale to the highest I
anil best bidder at the Council chamber la said '
clly, on Tuesday the 2M day of September, A. l I
18S5, at o'clock p. m , the minds of said clly the
amount nf ten thouianl 10,0O0j dollars, aald I
bonda to be of the denomination of any sum from
one hundred dollars to one thousand dollars, to
bar 6 per cant, per annum Interest from the dale
of same until tha payment of Ihe principal there- I
of; principal and interest of sal l bonds to be pay.
able at lb Clly Treaaurer'a office in this clly.
One half on the first day of March, A. I), lvu,
and the remaining half on the 1st day ot Septem
ber, A. II , lS.Hli. Said bouds to be Issued for the
rurpoae 01 obtaining a loan in anticipation ol uic
leneral Revenue Fund and the Police and Mar
abal fund ol the city lor tne present year, In pur
suanceof Section 2,700 of the Hevtaed Hlatutea of
Ohio, ftald bonds, when sold, to be taken and
paid for in cash bv the purchaser thereof within
ten aava irom aaie oi sale ol same.
Hids for the purchase of aald lionda maybe filed
i writing with the City Clerk at anv time prior to
the time above named lor the sale ol said lionJs,
aod bids, either verbal or In writing, will be re
calved on aald day of Heptember, at 8 o clock p.
m., when all bids will be considered by the City
Council, and said bonds will be sold at not less
than par value, aubject to the conditions hereto
fore set forth, totbe highest and best bidder,
lly order of Council.
.fc'Jbs. J. S. Shiwaltkb, City Clerk.
8AI.K Or IIOMrS.
Notice Is berebj git en that the city of Spring
field, O, Hill offer for sale to the highest
and beat bidder, at the Council ChamlH-r In hald
men ciiamiK'r In fcaiii
h dav of September,
nl., the bonus of laid
city, on TucaclH), the ifith ilav of September,
A. I) INso.atgo'cioci ii
cits to the amount of fourteen hunilreil ,tl.M"j
uouura, saiu oonustoneoi tne uenoiniintlou
of any Bum from one hundred (lollarxiooiii
thousand dollara, to benr cl per cent, per an
mini Interest from the .latent same until the
parinent of the principal thereof, principal
at dint rest of said bonds to be pa) able at the
City Tr. a.tirer'a otllce in this cll mi thn first
ilaj of Meptember, A II. 1WI raid bonds to lu
issued for Ihe purpose nf obtaining a loan In
autlclratlon ot I ho lax. a levied lor the ltrfilgo
Kundof tht present )car, In persiiaucc of free
tlou S,7() of Ihe Itevlaed htmutca of Ohio,
ea'd bouds, when aohf, to be taken and paid
for in ca.li bt the purchaser thereof within
ten (la)a frum date of aale of same.
Hids lor the purchase ol aald bonds ina) bA
flit tl In wrlilnit wllh the City Clertt alany
time prior Io the time above named for the salo
of said Ijouds, Hint bids, either erbalo In
writing, will tie received on aai.l itvth day nl
September, at b o clock p. in., when all bids
lll be conaidered by the Cits Coutuil, and
aald bonds will be sold at nut lean than par
value, aubject In the conditions hereto! .ro aet
forth, to tne highest and best bidder.
11 order of Council,
asuba J. B. hiikwai.tkr. City Clerk.
NOTH'K TO llCII. DICKS.
Realnl proprwa's will be reeeieil by the
CiimmixliiniTB u Clark count), O.iio, at their
oflheln Ihocltyof Springfield, on MonUa), Oi
tobcrSih, ISM, up to li o'ck ck noon, for fur
nlshlng all the material and doing, nil the,
work neccsaary to the erection of a laundry
at the Clitldrtu'a Home In aald county.
Plana and ppeclflcallons may be seen at tbe
oflice of the Couu'.y Auditor.
The persona to whoin the contract may be
aw rded will b requested to niter luto bond
with all lllclent sureties In double tha amount
the contract price.
The Cominlaslniiera reserve tho right to re
ject any and all blda.
fir order nf the Commlaaloners.
Sept. a. lax",. O. P RKKVIS'f,
aioTTbbb Auditor nl Clark Co, O
Malaria and Fever and Ague
l-OSITIVKI.Y CUKKDand thoroughly eradicated
from the system by using Wliltteiiu.irei'a hatru
mento Ague Mpeclflc. Contains nothing In
jurious to the most delicate constitution. Is a
splendid Tonic for thoee auflerlog from debility,
Impoverishment of Ihe blood, and unfailing rr
alorerofloaa of appetite. Prepared by a pharma
eiatol ao years experience. If not to be had of
your drugglat, aend II to the manufacturer, P. W.
U bltteiugre Hudson, N. Y., and he will Imme
diately saud you a bottle to any part of the coun
STEAM DYE WORKS,
(Opposite Bt. John Sewing Machine UorLs) '
North Center Street, Sprlngllelil, Ohio.
All Kln.lt ol Dyeing-, Claaulua; and lie.
patriate Ioue lo Order, hperliel At-
temilaa Given to Finn Colors.
Gentlemen's clothing cleaned, dyed and re-
paireu aa goou aa new ij.ee and damask curtains
cltauel anl renewed, carpets laundried or tf ry
cleaned, and feathers renovate I. Champion City
bath rooms In connection, lhose having heavy
Eoode to color will find It to their adautageto
ave It done before cold weather. All Murk
BPBINGFIKl.D BTEAM DYK WOKK.
HORSES. WAGONS AND BUGGIES.
Being about to leave the city on account ot 111
nealih. I will offer at I'ubllo Hale at my jbop, No.
11 W. Center ureet,
Saturday, Sept. l'Jth, at 10 a.m.,
the following described propery:
1 new liarou'he, hand-made and warranted :
I standing top phaeton, but Utile used,
1 Jager wagon, wllh late impMvetuenta, luclud
lug paleat seat;
j new dray, the same aa tbt tricycle dray, cost
piano box buggieai
1 Hall's aafe I
1 Hailstorm horse. years old, well broke and
an excellent and safe family horse;
1 three horse harruw;
i auiue. wuveioarrow;
1 sec.n.l hand delivery wagon, gooi aa newj
- - -...., Hu.( sail-a 4 BBSS (IV sw ,
A uiylaleraat In a buggy lei juglng lo Ilr
ass.llnas availisA.laBllih. w "
Paullnf, falued at I'J;
fieverslolber minor articles.
TKKslaOK HALK-Caah for all amounts under
S3, above that Uuonlbt' time where good erturlty
W. 11. DIUKlON.
JA8. WAt.I.INdfirOllD, Aucilonerr.
I7.'it A Wit
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
ttOUt'ITOR Of PATCNTN.
tioom to, Aroada JJutlUlnn.
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NO"W IS THE TIME!
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES!
Little's Soluble Pliei yip, the bent noti-polaonotiR Deodorizer and Dtaltifec
tnnt known. It lias just been prononnrrd to be Hirer times mure itnncrfiil than
aiiyollierdlHlnfectttnt Intliemnrkel liylhe COMMITTEE UK 1MKINEECTANT8
or the American Public Health Ahroc latlon recently In "ckkIou at the John Hop
kins UnlierHlty, Baltimore, (or testing commercial dlnlnfectautti. Sold In t!6e,
50c, and $1 bottle.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
IVo. Slit lOaiat IVlnlii Mtrnet.
R. P.Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
THE BOYD BURGLAR
-ym ty,tfpy ""-yjfM
THE SPRINGFIELD MANUFACTURING CO., SPRINGFIELD, OHIO.
i-or.iuiul.i a-'KU.NCMrV t'KHl.TK .V A Oi.lA I'lO.N. Apiily lo Siiperln
tt ntliiit IHck, at Oniri e )'. or II. M. Shiilienl, (Jerk.
Cross Creek Lehigh. C
Remarkable Tor itn great 1'nrlty, Dnrnlilllly and
FREEDOM FROM CLINKER AND SLATE.
We tell the best grades of
0. C, B. & 0., Hocking and Jackson.
Contracts taken and timates furnished.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
4io "VTBaT j:.iitT axi.n7.
IHI3 WHI3EEX 3H0ULU BE POUND CN THE SIEEBOAED OF EVEEY TAMILS
IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL.
DO NOT III! IliCl:iVIJI.-Many Dru;rifUts nnd Qrocvrs who do not Iiavc. Dufl'a) Purt
Malt U'lilaUcy In atcit k, atu-iniit to rmlm off on customer, whlakey of UieironlKitUln, wlilcl
X'lnof mi Inferior grade and adulterated, jwys them a larger profit.
ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHEE
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-0LAS3 DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS.
send 118 your mldn ss nn.l e will mull lajokct.iilaliilnK valuable Information. .i.iii.I Quart llottle,
lent to nny addr.aa In tlwUnltuI btalesfHaatof the llcajky Mountalna), aecur.lv vurkr.Un l;h
ja.e, J.xprcM. tharVr ,,rrj,alJ on receipt of l,QO, or Six UotUea tent for tQ Ota
DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO,, Baltimore. Hid 11
Waukesha is a Charming Summer Resort
ON THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE and ST. PAUL and C. N. W. R'VH.
Tlio "Woll-TCnown "Quoen ol WatorH,"
Keign. alone araong NATURAL IlIKTETIC'TAIILK WATHW. Its numerous coiuiatltor. have one
after another, fallen awav until It has no rival. 1 l,e only sprlnta In W.ukeaha that reiuala7t on!
temieratiir, auiniuer.ud winter i.e., la degrees. """ ma reiuaina at on
1 he Memorandum of the Ia-al Government Hoard, En.land, July 13, IWtl -"If an r taint how.v.e
small, ol Insect ve material i tt a. eras to welts, or older wurci cf drlnkln. wtter. II lmi,.,i. 12,!,!.,
iui.iis volumes ol water the nower of iiroiitKatlnK disease." ' ' " ""I1"" toeuor.
nr. jonn cj. releri. K.I Malison ave
ncreaseenonuoualr. and renroliiret
I lie Ilanaer. ol Health Itesorts ' N Nimmi
erle. t, ol polule.1 wale, In the Homatii.N.w
w" AtlVt sii V rlrKs.'"! w,t" '' "' mS"
A PERFECT CURE
Impure Wells.-IIeallh lminlsaloner Maymnnd, linajklvn, reiirlai 'lii' i Tf.el.n ", i "' ..
of VM pump well. .. have cloaed about l'sj. The wafer Is uui.irr hufnan "nsiiuudlon l2'S?Ua
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, oeuware, ohio.
of lids country i ulters lo Loin ,,,, ,t .urtirl.liiirlw 7mTliT ,7.. ' '"";' "' '' ureal (Vlleaea
asl.t;"u.," " !"' "I1"'' alM llrUli aViuLr.l-.'. "'" ''ai.latea for a fulllVI.
ISrsiarlmraiU. rlrsinlas. a.errt WtLrr Jr C!f'l,f "!"," .rLI and Art
PROOF GRAVE VAULT
Omatructedof iumvy c.illltl Iron pluto.nml belne
self lock Inn. It l thn ni. vmill tn Ihe wnrl.l tliut
la Btinoliitrly prtnif nKuliiHl irnrr robbers.
ItKlurntl wii'l re u.iitT.WH.sM ! I nflprtakers, LVin
eiery Aiii.if.iii.i h'al.htfrUlu n-u.1 ilUInc
eteryvUterr. Hiobiu nd Ixxlh not our beloved drivl,
tjt heroine liable to be turn (rum tlalr graves by
ftacrlleuloupt IiiumIh, ruihN xMy mutilated and mad
tbe subject1 ot tin rude nn.l Khtuitly JoAtn ot brutal
frrmo rubbers art' aiTurdi'd rnmU,i ..rotoctlon
within thAtuMuro environ mpntft of tho Ioyd(lravn
Vault. ieery t'emi tcrj. however well uuarded,
In llkelr to he uerrettjr luvarlod mid robbed of re
rentl interred bud I en. ..pniemberliijr that ibo
Jtn)d lra Vault provide the. only effectual u
rurlty nKalnnt lhl deflecrntlou, U ther any won
der that thouNnndn urn Id u-c nil over tbc
ronntry Kept lu Wh k aiid for sale by nil lead'
lllgf underlain m. iniiuim-iuriiii ujr
i'oelrlrrfi Jtellrvrd and Xntun
att Ittcd in rrtlurinii I'ttalitoumrt
sitayai "ivneu he typhoid genua treta Into drlnklna water, ther
the disease In varloua waya." New Vork Herald. """i u"y
r nn.a ..... .i. .. .i... i ."..
Vork'ileraTd" ""'' "" """'"" "
Iwi-O'lsnce lnn Pure milk."
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hr and Diabttr Vu, t
iiltVANT, WauiMhi, WU.
Blood and liver Specific.
FOR ALL BLOOu .tun aa-iu r...,..,.
Hl.ni.1.-.. ll,, ,.,., .,",,,
HUM kVPIIIM. IN to IMlV-.
THt U. 8, SPECIFIC CO., 248 Rnco St.. Clno. c.