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GLOBE REPUBLIC. MONDAY EVENING, XOVEMTJETt 16 1885
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For three-line adtertlsement one dat V
odd wetk. tOc haih additional Hue one da.
V.. flDr week, lse'
"llMNTHl villi,; man to attend citar
IT M. in- Must Kile Is si references 'l'lj
toll I Usher K! East Miln street 31a'
TVTH K" fur Kcneral work nil as
mi liter at Harks iihntKraili
trailer).. No 14'-, h. Malu Urim:flcM.O.
117".NTL1 Canvassers for a chw1 selling ar
II tide Call at J It. McCullouch's notion
store, u eoum .Market sa
TTTANTE1- To trade a first-class orcanfor a
i rood work ordnrtriR norse, I'autai.s a
Hamilton A Vo, .So. VK- Malu street.
II tauid dollar.an Interest tn some liartni:
enterprise. Hants to deote his whole atten
tlon.-srhich tclll be serviceable In any bramh
ol business. Inferences exchanged. Address
liuslncks, care tbls ofSce. St'
T.XTEI ouns ladles In city or country to
II orkiorus at tneir notnes, lascinauiu;
emrlorcient. no Instructions to liuv. work can
tie sent by mail (distance no objection) S to
SM Hfmn'l can be made. Xo camassinc. lnr
ticulars free, ur sample of mock mailed for
four cents In stamps. Please address Home
Manufacturing Co. lioston. Mass. 1. u un
11T tVTl-.n An nrrUe Man or Woman ill
tl ccry county to sell our good. Salary s
per month and excuses, or commission rx
lenestii:idance. Outfit free. For full par
ticulars address, Mandard Mirer Ware ('-.
Ilosum. Mass 3tmt
"VrAMEl-;KXTLKMEX and lady teachers
II not aetiteH engaged, can find something
to Ihciradvantace Matenerelnlenie mat
be had and address, r U IibUfcL. mis omce
ItTAXTEU I lady or gentleman lth sms.ll
It capital to co In as partner In a payltu: bus
tness Address Capital, ihisoftlce. it
"UTAXTUl - ltaarders Mcely furnished
IT r.onis with board for two gentlemen or
man ana tic inquire at Z73 esi .Main
street nearellow princs. rim
"nrVTEIi first class cook Inquire of
Mrs John II
Thomas. No East lllcli
"llTAVnili Immediatelv FiftT more sates
II men. Men of rood character only .Jo.!
Aurscryman, Rochester. X
llTAXTEI HO salesmen at once.
If Urow u Bros- Nursennicu. Rochester. N
TTAXTED Yoniur ladies to buy our lis fine
ll kid shoe, other shoe men sell the. at fl
Lynch 31 V. est Main. SO t
"IVTAXTEn Young men to call aud sec our
II tlisiBne dress shoe, other shoe dealers
ell them at tUO. Lynch. SI W est Main Itf
TirAXTED Men and women to start a new
II business at their homes, easily learned In
an noun no peddling; lOc to.'iuc. an hour made
day time or evening. Isrnd 10c for 24 samples
and a package of material to commence work
on. Address American supply Co. Albany. X
"tfGK REST A new double house, six rooms
1 on a side, on Chestnut ave. Enquire of Mrs
"POR KENT Fire room cottage. So. 3 Cedar
x street, hitmen, cellar, hydrant ana cistern
water Kent 17.50.
Owner. Ceo. A. Dleul.
"DOR RENT Six room house.
X cistern, inquire of 1
flood well aud
avenue, first bouse east ot Limestone atreet.
FR REXT Brick, house of seven rooms on
Maple avenue. Lane yard with choice
fruit. Will rent with or without aUble
Terms reasonable. Apply to J. U. Gar, or
U. A. Welsh. It Mitchell block. S6tt
"DOR REXT Two eleeant front rooms, one
x wim crate anaonewitn store: twin tar
Inquire at No. 45 North Market St.
FOR REXT At 2 cents per month, a fine,
larce brick house of 10 rooms In China. We
sell you a nice dress shoe for H35 that other
dealers want H.VL Lynch. Jl West Main.
rOR SALE Household coods. Indadloc a
first-lass ranee and a new box mattress
that cost SI" will sell
o. I mfe. .Market tt.
for half price.
BO sRIIIXfi IIOI'SE AXU SALOOX at 76 East
Main street. Chance of business reason for
selllnc. F. Rneckerk.
Ftt SALE A dwelllnc house on South Lime
stone street: one of the nicest locations In
the city Hound to sell: want toco west. Ad
dress M. this office. Sill
rOR SALE-Uprlcht style, 9. Henry F. Miller
piano. Address at once Lock Box 20.S t
FOR SALE Fine family mare, all sound and
a first-class driier, can be driven by any
iaay van on jonn v ren. iit
Milt Kensoii left for Chicago last "teittnc.
r SI Oiike, of Xenla, Uat the Amide,
lliioert Nelson spent Sunda) in Clncln
1. J KirktutrU-k rnt to Dajtoti this
The Hoinanj H)t'Co. art' stopjilnjC at Uie
Kd. Voiglit returned from ChlcaK1 lt
SI.ior Sloreus Barclaj.of Walilncton
C 11, is In the cit).
J I j. Anderson, of Paris, K.. is in the
cltj Lslting friends.
W. S. llulTman went to Ixmdon this
nmrnhiK on tnislnesH.
Itaker Famm KrliU) and SatunU af
ternoon and eM'iilnirs.
J. .1 SlcSIahon, of New York, well
know n here, is at the Arcade.
The ci mill j commissioners were occupied
most of the day on a "dlU.li question."
Mr. Krexl Knller, of ClexelamL lsiislt
nic her iarents Sir. and Sirs. William
William Kdmlstoh started this momlrur
for a trip through Michigan to pimhs.se
1 he count) commissioners are in session
tila, in their rooms, in the ea-st count)
The Uijs are all on the lisikout for Baker
V Famm. The) are to lie here Friday and
1 he onliuar) at the Areale was rnmilnl
this nmnuiii; with ladies lew lug tho llallu
enlls.tion of itilunirs.
Ir Flower willstv ainlnslj that culls at
his e.ir in front of the Arcade, after 4
o Im k In the afternoon.
mie jhtsoii sent a postal note for Sl.SO
for the Suudax Tribune. New Virk. ami
neelectisl to m-iiiI his name.
Hiker A. Famm will Rie a iiittims- Sit
nrila) afleriHKiu in .uldiliou to the inTfiirm-.uus-s
Krnlu and SttunU) exeiiino.
Heiiieiulier the entcrtauiiiient at the
Kirst l"resb)tenan rhun.li Thunxlu) uml
Fnd.1) ni nines of this wts;k, and pi Ndh
nichts. You will enjo) it.
Sir and Sits. K. W. Cosier, tif Yellow
Hubert IIimnI loll, t'mler the W lie. Is of
. f. V. i I. Train.
As train No. .1 on theO. C. O. A I. south
ward bound was pullinc into town at one
o'clock this afternoon, a isilonsl iiutn naiiusi
Robert Hood attempted to lumnl the snmk
iiic ear at the erossine of h)iauiure striit.
The tram was pome at a cool rate of
Hed, and, althouch lie caucht the hand
rall. he mlsxsl his fnotini; and was swept
under the inerciles.s wlns-l- The passenci rs
In the last twoisi.u Ik's felt a slight jar n
the wheels crouinl tlinniKh tlie hiiiniii lis- 1
and Nines, and the tram was stopHsl at
once. Theiitimwa.s lihncoii tliesouih snlejdver the interior.
of the truck with his richt fisit and let;; ur ami at either
torn to sluisls, up alnnot to the kins-, the' pntt) croups of
Uk-s and ankle on his left foot i lit. and the
bltssl pomint; from his moutli, e) e, and
eats lie had faintisl from the mti iim1 pain
and was I)inic insensible. Anioiic the kis
M-ucerswas Dr lltnr) Ilililwiu who hid
the lnjiinsl man made as lomfortahlc a
possible until tho patrol wagon could Is'
brought to the plan' The train
then came on into town, whilcalirceiroud
gathered about the place wlurc the injured
man hi). When the ambulant e arm isl he
IllimWoiiiely llcnirnltsl for the Opeiilng
'1 lit "Slikado" will give Its grand os'iiing
this evening The proprietors, Slessrs.
Walter Cllisim. Harr) Fisher and Kd
Jones, bale such hosts of friends among the
best people line that the) are sure of ha
Ing a hree patron ige. A remrter was
taken into the rink this afternoon, and
could liurill) n-.de hi the tut) Japanese,
interior an) traces of the old wigwam.
J up mese 1 interns, panisuN, fans and ta
estr) of all signs and fane) shapes, are ar
ranged in artistic groupings all
From tin' mi
side end are suspended
KiiUnis. large and sin ill.
of eer) conceivable unii-tie form, iah
gioiiiisinlainiiigalsuit tvvenl) pieces. 1 lie
galltries anil truss U'.iiiis areiovensl with
parasols, fans. , U, of all -ins and pleasing
combinations of color and form at trait the
eve. The Hour is hiiishod and this after
noon the mushing tout lies are lieing put on I
the decorations In their niiiummtuuut
the proprietors res. ne the right to refuse
admission to auv ami all persons, and thus
assure the public of a more than usii ill) se-
was gentlv laid on the stntclur ami eoii
ve)isl to Dr. Hun ip"s otlne, in the Arcade.
Ky tills time he hail recov ered consciousness
enough to raise on his ellniw and s i) be
liad the ke) to the house in his jsickeL
It was s.i'ii at oiue that
amputalion would tie msessar), and
pn'parations wen-Is'guu iiiiiu.sliatil). He
was stretclusl on a cot and put umler the
intlucnce of chlnrofonn, und the operation
w.is perfomusl in a i rv brief span- of time
h) the Drs. I)unl.ii. usslsusl hj Dr Iluld
wiu The amputation was uiulf just
ulxive the kins', the path nt suffering
no p uu. as lie was under the iiillmnce
of the narcotic. As sim as this oicratiou
was linWini. the sbie was taken fioiu the
It II foot and it was fi-uinl that thiis- of tlie
toes would have lobe amputated The
patient was kept under the iiitluunv of
ihliuofonii .u ul these smaller oiieratinus
wercucioiiipl'sliiil. 'Hie crowd nlmut the
ofliiv crew to iniiiieiise pioiirtions U fore
the work was luiislnsl
IIissl is a iiiameiliiiun, ubout J'ljeurs old.
and resides on Mcumore stutt In i small
trame house iu,t ,ii, ,,f .. r.ur.,i
"springs, sail for Euniie toummiw via the'T'itlnr he was taken aftir the ojiratiniis
North (leruiun IJovd Mi-aiu-lai I .me.
w ill spend the w inter abroad.
Invitations are out for a large dance to
le given on TliaJiksgi v ing evening at An
singer's hall b) the Merry Companions, a
German organization in this cit).
Sir. and Mn. Harr) Folger, of North
Limestone street, are the happy parents of
anew gtr! bab). The father has not )et
shown up at his place of business, but is
supposed to be doing welL
Thursda) and Frida) evenings of this
week the ladies invite )ou to attend their
entertainments In tlie irlors of tlie First
Iresb)1erian chunh. All will lie made
welcome; will have a pleasant evening, and
help a good cause.
Charles I). Tuke, of Heading. I'a., the
out) rival that Nat Coodwln has in the art
ofinimicr), entertained a crowd In tlie Ar
cade Hotel, )esterda) afternoon, with a few
Imitations of the dialects and characteristics
of different nationalities.
Henr) C. Wiseman is again In hard luck.
He took a couple of ) oung ladies to supper i an' U'D IT. It is a I'ucstiuu whither or
hid lieeu pi rformisl. for want of a hospital
or some othtr pkue when-he ismld hive
traintsl nursiiig and constant cue. He has
no cliildn n.
When the wagon arrived nt the house life
was nearlv extin. t from the exhaustion
caused b) this s,-,hi(i removal, Olluer
Wilson, who had alrcadv rendered elhcniit
en ice at the doctor's office, w.is present,
und he and Oftictr Foster larnisl the
stri tchcr w ltd Its huiiun loul up a dirk
namiw stairwa) to a little baik room in the
second stor). where he was laid on a cot.
The nxnii wi low-ceilisl and glisunv, with
small chance fur lUht or sunshine to , m. r.
In one conn r was a tin less conk stove, and i
seattensl alsiut were a few wooden ehiirs
and rode pieces of furniture. His voting
wife was not at home and he wasliftiu
the care of Dr ("has. Dunlap Tlie lions.
Is isvitpiisl b I'harlc) Haves and his wife.
Two up stairs rooms are im-upicd
bv HikhI and Ins wife. The lat
ter takes in w.isliing and was
out at this time, washing at Vinil's. Thev
INCENDIARIES ACAIN. ,
The) sureee,! In IVinoll.Miic I In- (Hit r.
low Nprltiir Toll tlate. I
Incendiarisin set nis to have grown won-'
derfullv Hiiular of late. Within the pist
two wit ks there his Isvn no less than live
tires, all of incemli ir origin, the losses of
whii'hwill aggregate between Sl.fiOO and
?J,000, aud vet none of the offenders hive
lieen brought to justuv.
'I he latest depredation of the fire-bugs
was the burning, )estirdi) iiioniing, of
the old toll g-ite, just at the)
i-dga of town on the Yellow
springs pike. The house has lieen ittiten
I anted for the pist five months, and was pir
I tnllv diMroved bv an ineendiarv tire earl) I
in septeiulier. Thcduiuace was neur re-1
painsl. and vesterdi) moniiug the slull
was dtsnuirtsl in tlaini s It was too far
gone to lie saved, and as no alarm was s, nt
ill nor ail) atttmpt made to extinguish the
11 lines, it bitniiHl to the ground It was the i
liron-rt) of John Drisiol ami was worth
atsmt StOO. lt-eims to hive Nvn sitoti
fire for the fun of sis-mg it bum.
Kmiiunv K)e Totilcht.
The following is from the Cleviland
The Hommv live is drawing ov, mowing! ... . r,","",,","'
houses at the up-ra house. The present! H b -'h"niti will mike laliiuetplioto-
'compaii) is a strong one and greatlv sup,- graphs iroiu tins uite until two weeks, tor
ruirto those that have anncarisl in iirevions -i" i" ........... .... .... ,.,.,-..
I iinlucti.ins. It is refreshing in this n.-e 'u,11 '" "-''' w"rk
Every purchaser, fit any foot, suit any pocket-book, and guarantee the best value for the mon
ey, in our elegant new stock just received, of all the latest novelties and standard goods in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SLIPPERS, RUBBERS, ARTICS, OVERSHOES, Etc.
You can find just what You want, at the prices you can afford to pay, by calling at our
store, for our new stock is adapted to the wants of all, and our prices are below competition.
IROTTSIE Ss PARSONS, 26 S. lSjJR:rn ST.
MIKAOO ROLLER SKATING RINK.
X. "7T. COI.. M-A-IIfl- .KTI 03D3VTID3FI. SOTS-, IH.Ha"C3-r,IElIL.I5, O.
GRAND OPENING, TO-NIGHT, MONDAY NOV. 16.
The largest and best appointed rink ever opened in this cit j. Finest floor In the state. The celebrated I'rlncess slate, the best eve- used here.
EnDGt--AJR PL. "WILI-.IJLES, Kingof me Rollers
IXI CHIMI'ION OF TIIK UNITED STATES, will che an exhibition, doing many new figure nerer before attempted here. Double attraction the sime trcn-
lug, intrixliiiing the character sketch,
Mlth such perlettion that the e tliemsele)-! nre deceived; the finest exhibition eTer glren here.
BIG SIX BAND. ADMISSION 15 CENTS, SKATES 10 CENTS.
N. B. --Thfl management reserves the right to refuse admission and to exclude any and all persons. Skates can be reserved in
advance at H. C Fisher's, 32 East Mam Street
1 he tidies nf Oikl uid I h in I Mill Stic
mi ojstir suii,r .it tliethiil. hist priiii:
lield luesilu eMiitiu No 17 Triscisls
toi the tieinlit u( the "sibbith sihiM.l
FOK SALE OK TR.I)E-To houses i,a T
lots, generally knonn as retch's ummer
iUlt uf it ill be sold. too.
PLIMItlM'i T.as steam flttlnc estalillsh
ment. an M established place harlnc a
Kiid trade. llae to leaTe cltr reason for
selllnc Apply to J. A. Warner. Jllddle
town. O S2m
X other dealers sell them at U.
fine dress shoe fort3.
not llooil will Iixeafterhis stxond reiimi.il.
aud with the miserable faulitii-i the hae
fnrtakiiismreiif him. 'llieoflicers and doe
tors all Hikeof thennessit) uf a cit hos
pital, the need uf which this case Illustrates
as do mm others that octur eir wivk.
A hospital would b.ie nb1atetl the neies
sit nf a s,s;mihI reuioial, uml unuld lue
expected at any moment since ' '";"'" ,,r"lr l1" "' "e 1""' I1""""' d
wniai.- iic i.-, no inaiiei unit lllllllKllli llllllls
at the I-aRimda House last eveniitK. and
when he came out ul tlie dining-room Ids
new Dunlap had dLsapjKjared from the rack.
Xo clew to the whereatioutaof the niissiiiR
tile lias et lieen disco ered.
Tlie Infant son of Daniel and Janet ('.otilcl
dieil this niominc of Jaundice. The child
w-aslHirn on Fridai niorrdiur la-stand its
birth. The funeral was held this afternoon
and was pniate. Burial at Femclifl at S
As (). C. Ford, a fanner lhinc near Clif-
that smiHitli his pillow.
ThcNco Irish I'lii). shane-nn-Iiu n.
Of isciinlan's new plaj. to lie pnxluiisl for
ton. w.s comiinr from W. 1L Houck's bani. ! ' "- ' ''k's Oira House next ,7S,,to 'a"-llrlS tabUsluuent
fioin an irtist s stinlio.
f imsiiisnli on the stm-.. t stnL .......i "on I Mil to pirtake ot tills nre cnance lo
mill which m'.i serum., f.nit .,, i-. f i Ret an artist's lirodiu tion. llninrjoiirdiil-
Jolui Hurke as.siiiu.sl the leailniK part witli !'Ir,'n '". ""' foreiin.ni, wh.n it is
Kreat iKor. The dillnult role of Joe lick .nroded.
ttt is Will plaisl b (I It. Collins The I "r. Inn Nurimiirs l.itilriu.
ciitmsl) urt is In the h unN of .Mr. Clnrles Dr and Mine Van Norm Hi's sdmol for
J .I.ukson. a coiiifdiiii of en-at t.ilint. iulics (foimil.sl lsiT will imHii Od. I, at
Miss Viitor Ititeman was a happ s,'lee- 3 IS W'.-t Fift-seenth stris t, New York
turn for the part of Certte Iltsk.tt. -she. .Sp,s ial ailatt.iti- m iiumc and imslini
simbinesjuenilil with Rieat pouer to an lausu ices. Ki-f.rence Dr. E. V Van
umisii li ilecris:'. Mie is thejouiieest lesld- Xonu.ui, bpniitstield, O. 'Js'.tf
mi; lad on the Vtmncati stane. Ik'iiii; .ml
ls.iiars of aire. Jlis Ume Cris-se wast Trl.iii.le ni, I'ln...
.r sticcessliil in tlie rule of I.ura lav, 'lniloii th. 1. mil farm at south end of
while .Miss llclle DoiicIlvs .is .Mother ."shij.- Mirk.t sinst, '.slnesla afliniiHiu, I5th
ton and Kiiinu lav well descried thea- hist Come.
plausesli,. ris-eiie.1. 31,, J ,. n mmiii h. (V 11tr.1I Hot. I
secure jour seats earl. 1 -
GRAND OFRA HOUSE
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER 16 and 17.
The Peerless Milo-Hrami.
THE ROMANY RYE,
Lehnenanil liatemin, .Mang's.
I ATTORNEYS AT LAW. !
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ATIURM1 AT I IW
it' M iln st
ATTOkNH IT LAM AMI MTI SIII.HIT11P.
tniiimeri I il UutMtnj;. I.iniestwne t
ITTIIKMI IT 1 IW
outl e 1st torner M nil .ml Limestone
i. u.t.i I.N..1 1:,
ATT.IKSKl AT LIU
.No II rcnle
IMHII I'll .11 I M IN,
ITTHRM.1 AT I in
' ..utti Mirket '
It. KIM I lls, ,
liKSTll P. Kill
HiliilllS i A I),
Mil. hell Illotk
Market amt lliiih struts mer Mnrro.i s
AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY.
The..C. Ki.n.s 1li.n..r.i. turlliK ..i.i.ninj's
It is the province of this piper, and lias,
frtsiiientl heretofore lieen it, pleasure, to
call the attention of our titueus to the'
man and varied industries whkh are Isinir I
tleeIoinl in our midst.
fepriiiKheld h.ts alread Uken lueh rank
among the cities of the United btates for
tliecoiumtrtial tnterprLse and iiHthani.al
iiureimit of its citizens, but is latter! more
esjieciill notictsl for tlie attention litre
Riien to the manufacture of agricultural
Iiuplenients. chief amoni; which are the
Champion Iteaiier and Mower, the lluike.'
drain Drill, and limn others. nrodutLs of
1U I M.s. ,
U.Hinis li A IT. rca.le Ilull.lln
I II. MOKIils,
i .. , . ""' -'"" "'" i me rtwnt agricultural linport-
Dail Adurtiser of a recent date said: lance assuineil b the Krowth of
Mr. iscanlan in Miane-na-Iiwn " 'the corn prodiuts of the
Allium; the mini Irish iu.lo-.Iram.Ls wiiuh iimtit has directetl ublicattentlu to those
enrich the verdure of our staje literature, i maiiufattunes calculated esKtiall to d-Miaiie-iia-Iiwii,"
the work of Messrs vt lop and lienelit this ureal. -It is of the
Kn.nli and Kno. of the Texas Siftmirs. is liisliest miKirtaiice that the l.-st facilities
elltltl.sl til :m cv. 'Il-nt isittli.ii 1 In. slittultl In nsl tn nlit.iln il..lrrilitf i-.nl. ..
Chas. I'ierce, druuk. 51. and cts; Mike i piece was nr.-sent,-! at the t.Iob.' ih.nt.Tl this, as in eierv other denartm. nt nf lmn,,,,
on bouth Limestone street, w here he had
been unloadiiu; ha, one of his horses
slipped in crossing the pitter and died al
most instantly. The death was proliabl
the result of heart disease.
The Most M icnlftcent Production of the
Ate Prices 7.J. -t ami -. tents HeMntU
se its onli "5 tents
Sale of SeaU N'nw Open at Carter's.
yJi itith Limestone ?t
S K Cor Main in.t Mirket sts
SEK1LSOI ACHIMJ TFKTII CirPfcll
.M isonlc ItulMlnc
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
tU A. SMITH,
Mayor n Court-Today.
SI. and cists.
Tlie funeral of Mrs. Cora Xickum, w ife
of James IL Xitkum, will he held at tlie
fauul residence tomorrow afternoon atU.SO
o'clock. All the friends of the fauul are
invited to attend, ltunal at Fenicliff.
There Is tun in store for those who visit I
hit- anil niL'lit v4r
the (inin.I oM'ra house next Frida and Mt- main anion- illustnou
i. tor. His suites
iirda night, when 1 taker A Karrou Hpiear ireplentifulli -pnukl.sl through the evening
heie The Hiil.wt.lp!iia Iilgei m-entlv " l'ruve. if anv pr.s.f w.u-wantul. that
said of tin in luht, melodious vine, will enrapture an av-
, tiageaii.henc.' I he siipN)rt is gmwl, ami
Messrs. Haker and rarn.iu asstl bv t. ,i,AilM. j, ls d.ap as the nisi.leof a
a tlevir coiiipaii of coiiinliaits. su,tsle.l (-.,,. ,-! ,., ,, f . UM Slll1
last .veiling in keeping tlie audit-n e at the
National theater m high spirits with their j i v
three-act piav ciiileil 'A Niap Hubble.' The i .lurM , . . ,
p.cee al.,irf, in ludicn.u, situations, and Is ' ' " U 'f '"-' " "' 'nnir K-foie
well ai ted and mounted." Ills Honor Judge x lute, in the ciiiumm
' pleas omit tmla.v . 1 lie rase of Win. Duke.
last night K'fnre a goinl audience, with Mr. industr. tr ninth diis-nds uih.ii the
V. J. Nanl.ui in the leading and title thanuter of the see.!, fertihzt rs, tondition
part. Sliane-ni-I.iwn, the hero, is a j of tlie s.o.1 and numerous other natural
ga, inguiious, hoii.w-toninie.1 Irish , lauses, which surround its cultivation, but
lad, eiiial to ever unergenc of nature ma be stimulated and assLsted b
broil and intrigue, and Ins clev er turns of proier care and attention
actum and .tiukuess of wit make the inter-' The lirst objtxt of the farmer, after m-'
est of the iii.se The text is enlivened bv , luting his seed and soil, iniisikingto agood
man neat little turns, and Miane's tongue roj. of i.irn as the result of his season's ef
lniisa good d.-al of Irish humor. Mr ' forts, should lie to have it wellaudth.it
H'anIan is the NnI and s,ml ,,f the atfair. iuglil planttsl. Man inventors hive
ami his eas. uatunil stvle. when nothing turned their abilities in this dirtttinn with a
heroicis to Im'.iiIiicv.sI. is iH'rfis.tl nfiesh- view to supiihmg this want, and Snrin
iis.is a iiiimI. I for lino nis not lieen backward in
This cumpanv will pla a niatuiis' hatur
da afternoon for ladies and children. The
carr a car-load of scener and put on "A
Niap Hubble" in fine st.vle. N-ats now on
sale at Carter's.
it enterprise i-ili ulal.sl
tiMfTtxt tint tnd, w1im.1i has.ihtaiiied uitrit
eil proiiiiiiiiice in the general Held of agn
(ne of our coneN.ndeiits. a few das
sime. in Ins usual rounds in svanh of news.
hapiKii.sl iihiii the line of the great Tan'
Hauille svstim uf railroads in the south
western pirt of the.itv. and wassurpnsisl
and dthght.sl toolisirve the evident es of
pros,rit and business niterpriseand push
urrouiiiimg iiie.x v. r.i.uis
PHVsli H AMsrRI.FO,
t Kesnl. in e K V M iln
Its. Ill CklM.II M a. IHMIIMI,
riivsicnss ASIISI KI.EOSs,
l: Ilutkliuh ini Illock
IsTIJ. a, iioiisos.
lli West Mllnsf
lilts. Ill.I.I.i III I It K,
relephone 1V No V. E nt High st
Ij. rilVsICIAS ISD SIKLIIS,
UoomT. Mitchell Illmk
Every lady contemplating buying new
Carpets, Lace Curtains, Window Shades,
Oil Cloths and Upholstery Goods to look
through our stock, as we claim it to be
the largest exclusive carpet store in
Central Ghio. We guarantee to sel
first class goods cheaper than any house
in the city.
JONES k SON,
Corntr Main and Limestone Streats.
PinsICMN AI M R(.FO,
rnvsiciAN isn srBi.rns.
M7 --outli Market .'
7b V Main st
s V, Huh street
A V. Kv.uis Miiiufattiiiiiig
t'o s slums.
brick iiMiiuf.ulurer. vs. Jeremiah Miirphv. 'Ibis linn's lnaimfa. tilling buildings are
the plaintiff pnvung tor ju.il.e fioiu de- '.ouipirativil new, ami bv r.x tut additions i
fendant in a bn.k .ontraet. Ceorce !!.,. I have grown into extensive and magiiilmiit
Every .by more gools are added to those
already laid avva for liolulav presents.
We liave more psIs selected and laid away
so far Ibis month than we had last year b
Deeeinlier loth, l'eople seem to want to
givegiMsd presents, and h sell ting them
now and pa ing along as the can spare the
inoue makes it very convenient for them.
HNCr PAIMTEO & CAMEO PINS.
A ISrace of Jims.
Jim Whitele and Jim llanagan, two
drunken toughs, came to the residence of
A. it. Ciliuore, on EastClifbin street, toila,
and began using insulting language to Mr.
(iilmore's fauul, liereiiMin Mr. (Silmore
was called from the cellar of his bouse,
where he was engaged doing vmie work.
He immediately ordered them from his
house, aud upon their refusal to leave he
opened the door and threw them both out
of the house, at the same time using White
lev prett ba.ll up. The patrol was called
and Whltele given a free rule to the sta
tion hovwe. llanagan made coud his es-
cajie. A charge of assault and batter will
be preferred against Whitele, who threw
a big rock as he was leaving the premises, j
which lilt ilrs. uiiiiiore In tlie face, tutting
an ugl gash in her Him.
Iins repiesentstheplaintifl ami J. K. Mowei
Case of Houston Bros. vs. s,tat,. f (),j
F O and J. K. It .win in attoniejs for
plaintilf. and () I' .Martin for defend mU
Win It HulTmaii vs Ceo. J. Young,
riaintiff suingjfor . uiiiiiiissioii as real estate
agent for defendant. William Hmkel rep
resenting plaintiff and Ceo. Kawlins de
fendant. Sx-veral uieniln rs of the jtirv not being
present, having sent excuse to the court,
bis honor verv emplritieallv explained that
lie waseniiowered not to liberate au one
unless sitting on a jun
TRAVELING LIKE ROYALTY.
J Last Satur.la , N'ov It. was the eleventh
' birtinla aimiversar of Edn i. d night, r of
(Oliver Itradford, of Ninth bhall.r strict.
aud a compaii. eoiisistuig of almut -J' of
Edna's most intimate friends, touteived the
idea of telehratuig th it ii.i-ii,n b a lug
surprise part, iccordmgl. inionsumma-
i tion of that idea, Mr. Bradford mvittsi his
j daughter to go down town in tlie ev.iiing,
and upon lur rtturn home. Edna, to her
I great surprise, found the house in posses
sion of her mi rn and happ.v eompiiiioiis.
The little folks spent a most pleasant evtn-1
I lug, and partook heartil of an . Icgatit !
to the exuber-
We have lieen the only jewelers to carry
.a full line of these goods during the suin-
' fall, and will from this out con-
ive the most coi.iiilete line. To-
dar w e rtxtiilirlklarge assortment of naint
edsad new- stile black and white cameo
pins, whichever lady w ill be glad to see.
Uhillf. Sfllll .'Urtlls .trkllhlM .TTsuai .tine n.l
Oneencliain.s.ala-avsialaree assorm.nt f nxjiu, which is superMy funiUhed with
Ilr. Flower and Family, of Boston, CruMlna;
The finest palace car ever built has been
standing today near the Arcade Hotel on
tlie I. II. W. lde track. It la the famous
boudoir car, "Adelina lattl," which was
Used bv the Iieautiful cantatrice during her
triumphal American tour, and is now occu- i "upiht. wlnth ad.l.si ninth
plislb.v Dr. It. C. Flower, of Itotoii, who, atice of their spirits.
accoiupauied 1) his wife and children, is Attention, Uuiiiiiii'n Keller Curps!
en route to Colorado, but is making several .Iras. Iuwt nl ji i:.,-N southwest
stops on tlie way at the larger cities. I corner Center ami Jefferson streets, Tues-
The doctor Is a wonderful man In hlswav ,laJ. - 1". at one p. in , to attend the
aud is at the top of the medical profession
His private Hecrctaty, Mr. C. IL Mosher,
an Ohio man by tlie way, showed a Cmiiii.
ItMTULic repttnentatite through the car
today and Its interior presents all tlie com
forts of a model and elegant house. Chil
dren w ere pla Ing on the floor of tlie sitting- j
Big Watch Jewelers a! Urn-
easy chairs, a Steinway piano and like
comforts and luxuries. The car is supplied
with everj" comfort imaginable, Including
even a commodious bath-room.
The doctor leaves here at 3:10 in the
morning via the X. T. P. A O. for Hamil
ton, and niay be consulted in his car this
funeral of Mrs. Cora Xickum. 11 order of
j president O. I). UfNVAX,
. 3Im..lllc otlce.
I There will be a stated convocation of
Springfield Chapter, Xo. 48, IL A. SL, this
(Monda) evening, Xur. 16, 1885. By or
der of thelL I'. II. Vi.At Secretarj-.
I. O. O. F.
The District Grand Committee of Clark
county will meet this (Monday) evening at
7 o'clock sharp. All I. G. please take no
tice. G. J. Woskh, D. D. G. M.
For neat fitting Iadv's or gentleman's
custom made shoe, go to Joseph Ilruza, 31
East High street Fine work a 6iecialty
and a good fit guaranteed. ?J5U j
prnimitioiis. with tine raihoad, shipping
and oth.r fa. ilities
The A. C. Evans Maiiuf.u luring Co is a
partn. rslup and stiutssis the litetinnof
Evans .X K.kis Manufa. ttiruig Co . so long
and lavorahl known to our citizens, and
ni-uiufacturc the ipul,ir Evans Corn
l'hnter, with Ilotar Droji, Click Kow.r,
Fertilizer and other attachments, togethtr
witlithe Evans Drill, and the Evans Triple
and Iteversible Tooth Harrow, vvhiih latt.r
is one of the cleverest of inndtrii inventions.
Its ingeniiius loustnittion alfords siiihsur
linsiug fatihties tor work, handling and
tr.insinirt.itioii.th.it it has bet nine exceed
ing! iiiular wherever intm.Iti.c.1 It
has be. ii in mufattiired lor live ears mil
and .t in that britf ri.l siitha d. iiiand
has lietn devtlojHsl, Installs.' of its tvid.nt
siiiieriorit over the old and iluiiis harrow,
that thet-ajia. it of the simps is now full
tested in stip.lug it to the trade
It would not be within the irovin. .- of
this arti. !e to . I. till the advantages
of these several luipltiiients, as tlaim.sl
b tlieir ardtut and i tin lent maii
uta. tun rs, lest we invade the
udvtrtisiiig lield: but we tan safel sa
iiK)ii the faith of the dssiiraiues of those
who areisuiiiHU'iit to judge, and have ht
souill examiu.sl them in .It tail, m th.sir,
ami in iiiactue, and who unhesitating! de
clare th it tlie are manufactured from the
tiest materials and with the K-st skill, and
have the widest siicivss of an similar im
plements in the market.
'the entire estibltsluiient, consisting of
the machine shop, vvok1 shop, founilrv und
other departments, are under the general,
IKT-iinal iiiaiiageiiitnt ami siiiervisioii of
Austin C. Evans; who, although compara
tive! a nuug man, has literal! grown ii
with his business, surrounded h the essen
tials of this enterprise, and Is jserfectl
familiar with Its ever detail.
Each of the several departments of the
business is under the Immediate personal
charge of a comiietenL practical member of
the firm, and ail aim to manufacture and
complete the handsomest and best imple
ment on the market
The manufactor has lieen in ojieratioii
In this city for several vears and although
it has suffered severely at times, and once
was almost wholly extinguished b (ire, it,
has grown and flourishetL, tlirough the ex-1
ceiience 01 its products, until today it occu
pies the proud and enviable position of be
ing one of the foremost manufacturing es
tablishments In one of the leading manufac
turing cities of the United States.
This new coffee Is a peculiar combi
nation of choice grud.s, nhlch, when
freshly ground and carefully prcpat cd,
furnishes a drink unprecedented in
richness and strength; its fragrauce
aud unhiue flavor will fusclnate all
lOTers of good coflee, aud those who
have given it a thorough trial are not
willing to accept an substitute.
lint !' ' s to'a m
l KI.FOS AND HIV SICIAS,
, ME HlKllM
REL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
ic h.t mi is.
Henl state Lo..n mil Insurince i;ents
Itooiu No 1. lapimli II ink lliillillm;
ILII mslof conriMrs.
No 9 irca.le
BKatsTvTK AI)MOMiT lOlNEP.
o 4Cominerel tl ltuiKlliij; Umetonei
ii 1 RiKsimn PRiirRikTiin,
High M irket ami w aslilugtun streets
ni.i.i vii sciiksc k.
t IEI KNTLR.
Store fixtures a specially UN Tenter st
REDUCTION III PRICE OF GAS COKE.
' Until further notice Coke will be delivered to any part of
1 the city at the following reduced prices:
LUMP COKE, 8 CENTS PER BUSHEL ($2.00 PER LOAD.)
CRUSHED COKE, 10 CENTS PER BUSHEL ($2.50 PER LOAD.)
, This makes the cheapest fin I for all purposes. Leave
i orders at the office.
Springfield Gas Light & Coke Co.,
30 EAST MAIN STREET.
Jl Washington strtet
ART AND ARTISTS.
FOR SVI.E 0M.V 1IY
THE J. D.
l)i u c i:k.
I HCTIsT IN CKln IMIIIII .
Lntnnie. Miliums Xrt "tore Xh Miln t
rs Clilnnnil Lustre Pilnt
Miss 111 M s
mi w it. p. .a..
UiK.iiiil ( niviilii
1 .Tl'ICMII I.U
HUUHT, AMM.rEKUJ()ROKK IE-
17 N CVntrrst
j. tin Kn,
I'ructic.il M trtiiutttatitt (it-nrni!Jo!ihnp,
H) unttrt K ishint.m st
12 & 14 S. Limestone St.
13nll Xoz.le 5S,yi'iii-'.
Ae Ing toe III )uur Uten
Hull In tlie .u.iilnji.nillig
Illustration stioiiliiK a Hull.
Nozzle sjrlne. superior In
eerj respot to all other
syringes In iullinini itlon
or pain Irom other tausi 5 in
whlihhot ortolil water Is
.leslreil, 110 othersjriiige Is
so eHe. tllll iiriotllelllent is
the use nl this, for, with Its
use, water can berctilnnl
at will fnr any length of
tune o.srlne ciiuil
Rob. Benson, of Dayton, U In the city ou
Hs. I.IMIKK Kl.lt, 1, amt 57 rca.le. Print
er. Knuriicr iml rashlon ihle stailoMrr
j U eiiillni: koihIs ami calllni; canls a specialty
Nm M KsTLin.I'rop N U tRTBkfc. IaI:'
q'KVNstltllT riMSTIM. I ...
Irirst ilissWorkat Kilr I'rlies ' Market
JOHN T. MIX. Ill II. a. 10, C.immen.1 .1
tIJob Printers, 4 N Limestone street
I It. M Ks fH "
.1 SIPIKIIIR JOB eRINTFR
Tester work specialties 31,33,A ixt- Mirket.
We hire opened the most elegant stock of
WILTON AND MOQUETTE,
BODY AND TAPESTRY BRUSSELS
In the city. We make It a pneclal study to furnish the latest and most correct
styles at the lowest liosslMe prlc.
LACE CURTAINS AND HEAVY DRAPERIES.
We carry erery description of these goods. Estimates famished for interior
GEO. F. OTTE & CO.,
133 West Fourth Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
phTu: 11 i.i..
1 UUMtll IkEK. fACLKK AMI RrrilRfJI.
this for the lnjct tion ot me 1
nlclnal solutions, as the I .
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.iiriiiLiiirs uie uiiitixm 111
contact with all parts. No
ld can expeit to easily re-1
cot er Irom vaginal or ute
rine diseases without a st-
JONES, JOHN & CO.,
(SucceMon to Marrow & Joner.)
Sole Agents for the Celebrated Emma Mine
and Hurd's Shaft
nnetiiseascs uiinoui a sy-iiir
rlnite that can thorouishly . y.
lliuuacuiciuill Mill. 1I..11K
the medicines in contact
ullh nil the dien.1 .isrts.
Pat. applied for 1 Call for circular at drue
itorei. For sale by all druirElsts, Instrument
dealers or rubber stores Price the same as
any ordinary syrlmrc Jlanulaetured by
G. W.Lutz4$., Indianapolis, Ind
si. iiErrr. uiKirrvKKit.
Uffice undH'are nk.ins. Un.estone st.. tr
.Main and court house, lies li! VT Col umbla.
A. nilllss X . IMIl.ltTlkKlIS
Office mil Marrniom. W W M.iln st !
Residence 11 T. HIkIi st.
KEEO RALPH, 9'A V. Mala st. Dealers
In and Publishers of Adtertisinc Noreltics,
CiuNUKt Cards. tc Aim Job Printeri.
Thte coals art far superior to any Jackson Coal evsr shio
ed into this markat once used, always used. Also, dealers
in best grades of Aathrtcito and Sunday Creek Coal.
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