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GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3 1885
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th popular fsTorltv for drvwlnc
Ute hir. Itewtoriny color whrn
ctt, aril prvftiRc mnciratT.
It ctana th roalp, op tb
fcalr bltlnc. and U sure to r4sa,
fro. m4 l M DrvHiata.
RAILROAD TIME CAIID.
Clr. Col., Cin. X lnJ. K. K.
I Nirht KxpreM
12 X. Y A Boston Ex
12 a. m.
- 3 J,
- Cleve. A Eastern hx.. . .
4 N. Y. Limited Ex
21 Springfield anil Cln. Ac .
27 1M. and Cin. Ex ...
-M Cln. A Ind'pTs Ex .
3 Cleve. A Cln. Ex
31 'ln . I ml A St. Louis Ex
5 X. Y. A lioston Ex
i tpr. A Clu. Ac (Sunday only)..
X'ljrht Ex . . .
-7 Del A Cin Ex
3 Cleve...!. Cln. Ex
X Y lioston A Cln. Ex
IKllTk KO SOUTH.
8 X'lgbt Gipreo
W Day..Spiif Ac- freight.
12 X V A lioston Lim
.s Cin..l Spm Ac
2.SS a. m.
5 IK a 111
' a ni
11 IT a m
1 JJ p m.
J.t-S p in.
s.iil a. 111
Vii) a. m.
M l-ia. m.
3 ' p. in.
5.2S p. m
st.vi p. III.
. i .eve. A Eastern tx . . . .
30 Cm A J-prc. Ac
4 Y. 1.1m. Ex
34 iir. A Cln. iSuuday only)
Inillnum llloumliiEton ami W. lt.lt Mill
I Xiclit Exprvu ".
4 !aj Kxprrss
1 Xlcht Exprc- . ..
5 Dai Express
3 Expils .
. 2:20 a. m.
a V a in
s V p. in
V 41) p. in
. iM) p.m.
2 Xlcht ExprH .. . 2.4.'a. m.
4 Day Ki press 10.Ma.ni.
Express- - isp. m.
ARX1TF FRUlf KAKT.
1 Xlcht Express .. I:.Via. m.
7 ccommosatloii . 7a. m.
5 I.i Express . . ... lt:15a. 111.
3 Express . N:.V)d. m.
ARRITF ROV WRsT.
2 N'lcht Express .... 2.-tt"ia. m.
4 Kay Express .... :45a. m.
6 Express . 9.30p.m.
ARRIK 1ROV SORTH.
1 Xlcht Express 1:11a.m.
5 laj Express 9:4.1 -v. m.
6 Express .. .. t.n p. in
2 Xlcht Express
4 Hay Express ..
2 4.ja m
"" Si' pi nil
( txpress -.
ARRITK FROK SORTH.
1 Xlcht Express
ft hay Express
3 Express ...
'1:1.1 a. m.
9.4. a. in.
2 Mail and Express
ARKITK rROM KAsT.
1 Malt and Expn-ss
l'ittn, Cln. St. Uuh II. II.
jo-w a. m
5 .l" p. in
.. 4"ip. m.
l M. Dlvi-
COINO XTEUT. -
1 Fast Line .. .'.
V Xenla Accom
11 Cln. Mall
7 Western Express , ,
5 Limited Express ,... .
ARRIV X PROM WEST.
10 Xenla Ac-sot
6 Eastern Express ,
2 Limited Express
.. s:40 a. m.
. 10.46 a. m. l
1.1st, ra I
Z 3J5 p! m!
a hay Express ..
X. Y., I-eiin. Ohio It. It.
Ticket Ottlce at St. James Hotel.
12 Atlantic Express.. 2.111a.m.
4 Xcw York Limited Express. . ..'Ui.43a m.
?""""""""" - .im i. Hi.
New York Ki press .
. - -. p. m. f .
3 I-ecific Kxpress . . Zi a. m.
1 Cln and Western Express 1D.4-1 a. m.
Su Louis Kx press 3Jop. m
All trains run by Central time, which. Is 2S
minutes slower than Columbus time.
X. B Dally. a!ly except .Monday All
others daily except .Sunday.
The abot e Time Card is arrancel for the con
Tenienceof the trarellne puMic. and wjll be
eorrected as nf ten as chances occur
Ceo. 11 KK.iiT. Pass, and Ticket Airent.
Bee Line iC C C A I. Ky), Arcade Iepot. I
so try the tretet Natural
1 Core on carta, the
MAGNETIC SPRING WATER
Formal In 3 rattans ran nt 1KU.O ench.
Cans will be retilird at 13c a pallon.
leltwml to any iiartuf thsf it. 1 Itn.e
twen appultitesl resident ajrent for tli
Magnetic Waterand all order will 1
promptl) H1Im1 hy otal or trlephoue.
Call at my tore and et a decriptl.t
clrrular. THEO. TROUPE,
CITY DRUG STORE,
Cor. Main and Market Sts.
Couclis. roldsandSore-Tliroat it-Id to H
II. Iiousla-ss A Sons' Caiisicum Couch
Commissioner Kawlincs corrects a state
ment made in theLrbatia ISd'.ly Utizt-n as 1
to the debt of Clark county in the follow inc
I hope you vv ill allow tne the liberty of
eorrectine a t.itement conUiitied in your
last Issue hi recartl to the debt of Clark
count, which jou caveat 5721,740. The'
debt of Clark county includlnc the purchase
of the toll mads of the county, amounted on ,
.September 1st, ls5, to 5135.740. The debt
of the city of .spnnctielil amounts to S5I.
000. Taking; the acprecate of Nith cit and
countv the statement was still larcelv in '
.-tress of the fart-. Fvidentlv some mis- ,
, . inLiacia. tviutnuj Miiiiemis- ,
Uke ha tKvurred in the niakinc up of the
table from which your tatt-nients were
taken. We feel that we are entitled to the
A Illark List
Of diseases follows an unhealth eondi-
tion of the liver, one of the most imjiortant
orcans of the bod. Impure Wood, brou
eJiitis. asthma, malarial diseases, coiisiun
tion. sick headaclie, diseaso of the kin.
kniiies and Jieart all may be traced to
fault action or torpidity of the liver. No
other known preparation so rapidly and
thomuchl restores a disordered liver as
Dr. Herce's "Cold.n Medical Discover-"
It is pleasant to the taste, mild but ure in
its action, and a cift to sufferinc liumanit
from one of the most uccessful phsicians
of tiie ace.
A tsttret Itoter.
Yesterday a woman named Mrs. Ilumt-tt.
from Coliiinlius. annlieil to tiie cliief of po
lice to assist her in searching for a man ,
named James Sweet, a mechanic, who had
skip)K-d bis board bill a few das before.
!..- said lie left for this i4ace. The chief '
- read a deseriiitioti of him to the men at roll ,
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Citll ias( 111111, UUl in, siii.ii mail iirt.s .,,
Toothache, headache and ever' other
ache cured by St. Jacolis Oil. Price, 50
.,, . ,, .,- si
Springfield lis two ilourtslniig Cluu-.,
uqua circles one the orthlngton,
been in existence a numU-r of
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ytars, ami lueoiiier, ine uusimcn ti.c.,
named in honor of Miss :ilen W. llushnell.
of "Mount lireeze," .onn nme. mere is
!-. .....lr. ntf Clinltlalmllll tltaluTltal
aisoquue a i.ui.ioea o. s,.....Uao.1o-
arc not connected witli these
lvvavs tvveiity-fiv.'cenLs: always lirompt
and sure: Ked Star Cough Cure. Noopiates. i As.soeiate.1 1. naritiesot sprincheld.
There was a large attendance at the Ion- Skctiox I. The menibersliip of this So
don cattle salt-. Tuesday. The number of ciety shall consist of all jiersons resident
cattle in the market was not s great as at xvithin the district who have contribut.sl or
.. .. , , , , .... ,. ,,. agreed to contribute to iu funds during the
tiie N ov emlier sale, but nearly all w ere sold
that were offered, and at prices more satis- object.
factory to sellers tlian they brought at
October and Xovetulper sales. The horse
market was less active, and prices offered
were below the November offers. Good
horses brought $150, ranging down to S90
Second Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Iliseiis.ii.; mill Adopting the 1I-1.mw
1'rt-sl.le lit. IN.wer of Appoint
ment .i superintendent
let sielet Int.
The Uianl of Trustees of the Associated
JJ - 1 Charities met estenhix afteniooti at the
m! - OoiiirreKatioiMl chunh, with Hev. . 11.
I Wan In 1)1.. .-Iiair Tlii first linoniu nf
the ineetiiij, was to maU- out the full ll-t
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fciii iMiam lit ii't-iiiiiiii; till- ii.iiiiir ill 11117
Iiresiilents of the waul auxiliaries as fol
lows. Kirst want. Miss I.ir Cmimilnc;
SiviHiil, Miss.leuiiieKintf; Tliinl. .Mr-. V. 1L
l.Min: KourtlL Miss Kmllj Wanlen Fifth,
Mrs. H. It. Diehl; hixth, Mrs. J. S. 1L
Cuj: Sexenth. Mrs. .lame-. I.. Morns;
Kicluh. Mrs. ltos.s Mitchell; Xlntli, Mrs.
j William t;raut.
The iin-snh-nt then tailed for further bus-
iness, ami the Nurd proewsltsl to complete
' its orBiliiution lij i-li-etiiu, .lohn S. Shi
j waiter Ms-retarj, and .1. J. llenaUvk tie.is
is. A. ltowman then iireseiittsl a s,i ,if
by-laws, which he otferisl tor adoption.
On motion of K. I. Huchwalter they pio-
t'l-ttUsl to Note on these b-laws by .seetimis.
Quite a discussion arose alut tl.t'Iowers
of tin- prt-siiU-nt in apiKiuitiiujstiiiiilinfft-om-niittts;-,.
The other articles went through
Miioothly enoui;h until it cauietotlienietlnsl i
of selivting a suiierintfuilciit. In the origi
nal thk election was (tilV made by the e-!
tvuthe t-ominittee with the approval of the
Nianl. Miss Watrfer asknl the reason for
this clause, ami Mt told b Mr. ltowman
that the e.x-eutle t-onuniltee in this east
acttsl uK-fely a a uominntint; tiuumittis-.
Mis" Wanler assiirtsl them that the
Ivunl had thoucht the matter
1 thoronchly and did
wnlterhere took up the gauntlet and nioveil
to amend si that the sus-riiitt'iidcut should
he elected 1 the whole Nianl, siniiNirtlng
his motion witli a brief speeclu (o-ueral
' Kelfer said that lie was not pn-paitsl to vote
I for a Mipenntendent, but he explained what
Mirl of a iersiin he thought should lie placed
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in this imsituiu. I ins was a very strong
i Ms-ch in favor of the original b-lavv.
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amendment. Mr. Itudiw alter again
) soke uneiiv. nut m me jomt. on this fiut-s-9,-.)a.m
j turn. Amos Whiteley smke ill favor of Un
original clause, emphasizing the necesity '
for hannonious work bj the sujierinteiideiit
and executive committee. The amendment
was lost by a vote of six to eight, many not j
voting. The iiueMiim was then put on the I
original article and it was carried.
Cen. Kelfer moveil a new article that the
1020a"in' ' Mll"erint(-ndent and treasurer nia.v N re
3.'TU,;m movtsl bv the Nianl. This was carried.
ZJ. o!." p! m. ' As adopted the bv-Iaws sUiitl as follows :
...10J5p.m ' RV.HWS
'OKI UK Vssci.VTKI Cll vi:itii:s or -V1A.-
I AKTICI.K I.
IirTlh-. OF orFirKiis.
. Tli nns.l.lMil sl.sll niuLk ot oil ..0-
ings of the board, and refer all new business
to the appropriate standing riiminlttee ami.
ascnainnan of the executive committee
shall have general sux-nision over all the
business of the coir-iration. and shall ap
liint the tamliiiK coiiunittt-es and till all
The Ice j.rvsidont, scretara"'l treasurer
shall lierfonii the d uties usually apliertaiu-
I ins to those tiflices.
MKKTI.NOsok THK 1111 Villi.
The bo.ird sluill meet at T p. m.
on the first Friday of each
tnontlu unless it In-otherwise ordered, and
nine members shall constitute a quorum,
but a less number ma adjourn to a future
Due notice of all met-tipc-, shall lie civ en
tlirmicli the mail.
oiiii;k or iivsinkss.
Tl,.a.l..tf,.i.,.lss.i.,iii, .. ,.ii .
"" "'"ll ,F nii'HH-' - noil tn. i"i lUaiUss"".
Callinc of the Koll.
Keadinc of the Minuto.
Ilejsirt of the Treasurer.
KeiHirt of the SuK'rinteudeiit.
Kcport of Mainline Committees.
KeiKirt of Sjiecial Committees.
7. I uuntMieu Ilusim-ss.
8. Xevv Business.
There shall be the follow inc standiuc
First An executive comniittee of thrtv
memliers. of vv hunt the president shall lie
one and chairman.
Second A committee on finance of een
memlK-rs. whose meetincs the treasurer
Third A comniittee on district organiza
tion and visitation of nine uieuilx-rs.
Fourth A committee ou hospital of five
committee on employment f
Each sundinc coniinlttee shall select a
cllainnaii and .sivret-irv. and shall in.vt at
the call of the chairman or secretary, and
1"." - ' executive committee Ii.tll approve all
lulls lor current eienses, winch snail In-'
iiavjibleon the order of the president, and
', .. . . ,ii . ; r 1. . - -. . 1:.
shall keep full minutes of it.s j.rocetsluics,
wlncli hall be read at each meetinc of the
iniioritv of t-ich coniiiiittis- slnll con- .o. a. me uounaancs 01 wnien areas lonows
, majoril 01 taui eonunutet. Mian con ' On the north thecenterllneof lluck creek, on
stl,uU' a ''uon,,":,T1
-..,,, .ZVi'iJ r..V.sl ,...1 1 so
A central ollite shall lie rented and a -1
Ienntenilent appointed by the executive
t, witli the annroval of the board.
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ini'sii";i"o'( ""."",('" '
,s..-...-. s.... ....... .....vs. ......s ...- ........
time to the work of the eori,oration, and
shall m-eive such Mlar' as the Nianl
The superintendciit and treasurer Iiall
hold their resitttive oflices at the jileasure
of the board of trustees.
These b-laws may Ik-amended at an
stated or called meetinc of the iKianl, after
niiticeof such iiiieiiiliiient -it i iirevious
nonce 01 sucn amendment at a pro ious
meetinc. orto eacn memtier ny mail.
On motion of Mr. Bowman it was decided
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that the net meetinc should lie held at this
place a vv-t-k fn iet Kridav nicht.
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Mr. Bowman also desired to amend the
n.lM.if rou-olafiiois s ns tn nuif.inn U'itli
, the constitution of thevvard societies on the
c,t of menibersliip, and thb raistsl quite a
discussion on this .subject.
u motion of Mr. How man so much of the
Second ward a, lies east of l'rimrn-H- alley
was added to the district of the First wanl
The M-cretar then announced that no
.in. ..resident Im,) l.-en ..l.v-fisl on,! ...i mo.
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tion of Mr. Ilovvmnu the chair apjiointtsl
Miss Warder, Miss King and Mrs. Ljnn a
conimittee to rt-Hirt a name for this office to
ii.ini.iii.il iu tii.Jii a iiiiu.ri.H nil-, ijioi.1. i,
, , ,
the next meeting. The board then ad-
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great need w as ex
-iu"a. "s .....n-
' pressed for the small cit maps. If any
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one ha.s a st(K?k of these becau easily dis -
j of t,iem
, followliiL- eoiistltiitlon. ns ameiidwl.
is reiuililisli.sl. bv reollest :
1 .'. .' . ....
I ( IN s I III I II IN
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OI the KisiriciAtmiiar aoeietyot tne
Six. 2. Its object liall be to thoroughly
inveticalc the condition of the destitute
within the ward and co-ojicrate witli the
Associated Charities in accomplishing the
end of Its organization by rendering such
assistance therein as may- from time to time
be required. Xo peciinuuy relief shall be
ii .JL....J ... ,.. . o.. .I.... i.... ..II ....111.. -
.diMt coiin .a ."iveaby u
shall be laid and delivered to the proptr
otllrer of the Associated Charities.
M-:r. :i. The stated meetings ot the --(.cietv
shall Iw lii-lil at Mich tlim- and place as mav
lie provided bv its b.v-laws, but the annual
meeting -hall In- held at such time a- the
Iioanl of trustees ot the As-ieiattti Chari
ties shall appoint.
nili.-r .n..ii.ii-s hn Im In-Ill on the call
, :. , ... " . r.i,i,.t
of theeivutle eomiuittiv or iire-.'Uni.
ami tho-e who attend at the lm-etlnc shall
eonstitute a inuinnu.
Sk . 4. The uflievrs of this mh-U t
1 1. president and -m-h other oltu era as
inaj 1h-iirt-scnlM-il b Its li-laws.
, The lireslih-llt smI1 tH-rfonii the duties
.7 - ... t.l
of , " ai-l-erlainincioxneonueo ,. ......
sivretar ani ire.isiuei. aim
thereto, shall sulnliide the wards Into dis
tricts ami apiNilnt such eommitti-es for each
listrict as will secure in the Inteiest of the
'siM-n-tja visitation of each family in the
district at least once a jear. and a thoroiish
investigation into the condition of each di-e-
titute fainil) orpersiiii within the wanl. to-
' irether with such frenuent visitation of them
, as may N- nis-essarv to effivt the purose of
the Assm-iattsl Chanties and a prompt re-
l"irtoflhe result of such investicatiou to
the proper ullieer of said Associaltsl Chari-
, All otlicers shall lie elected at orcntiiza
tion of the sucietv. and thereafter at its an
, nu.il iiieetliii; and shall hold the othce for
one ji-ar and until a successor is t-hvtvd
i The pi i-sident shall kis;.p a reeonl ot the
in-etsluii,s and make lull ri-jsirls to theso
cictv at its stattsl and called iiut-tliigs.
See.."!. .The sucietv inav adopt at an of
its stated or called miVtings, such hv-l.ivvs
not iiicimsisteiit with this constitution as
inv N deeess.tr to accomplish its objects
and fmm time to time alter and amend the
Siv. i. This constitution mav lieamcuiUsl
by the Niardof tnistees of the Assm-iattsl
Ch.inlies of prim.hcld.
Major W. W. Alcorn dins not intend to
serve.is assistant adjutant general. It no
it-publican will take it there is still our
Mud Amu," who has bad experience.
Athloplioros, jour cre.it reined, gave me
ijult-k lelief in a M-vi-re cast-of rheumatism.
with which I was afllhtcd, and I would rec
ommend a trial of it to all sufferer, fiom
rheumatism or neuralgia. V. I). Cannon,
Iowa (.'it, la.
Profit for Everybody.
Parker's Tonic kept In a home is a sentinel
lokeep sickness out. t'sed directly it keeps
the Mood pun-.aiidtttestiimich.liier and kid
nes Iii working order Courtis and colds tan
ish liefore it It tiuilds up tin- health.
' I sell large quantities ol Parker's Tonic in
mv ilru-i store Among my customers, a doe
tor, lias heen prescribing it for the p.ist two
years He was nearly dead himself. and tried
every remedy known to his profession, without
ani relief. Vfterhehad used four bottles of
Parker's Tonic lie liegau to grow in rii-sh.aiid
the improvement In his health was alisolutel
wonderful. He now recommends It to every
one " J E. htKRitH. Calumet Avenue Pilar
m.ii-).lllTwrntv-iiluth street, Chicago. '"
'Prepared hj lllscox A Co.. X
Sold l) all dnugistsin large holtles at one
I rUOIIATK COUKT AsMCNKr's AC
CO t XT.
Thf flnat account of K. Ii Conin, Ash!ciic of
Xath.in and JuhnMarh. will tie fr he:irintr in
I the Trotjate Cturt of Clark County. 0.. on the I1
i -tu uo) ui iiuicuiicit . i'. 1-vt-i.
JOHN C. .MILLKR.
TK.OLVKI).b the City Council of the city of
II pin:fied,Ohlo, Tw-thlrdsiif thewhole
numlterof members elected theieto concurring,
that it is necessary and that it intends to
ruakeapuMtc Improvement by construct)!.;;
the severs hereinafter described, according to
the plans, profiles, and speel rlcat ions therefor
on tileln theolllceof the City Ci.il KiiKincer
and recorded In the office of the City Clerk,
and open to the Inspection of all parties In
terested. and that the sewers hereinafter de
scribed. In the sewer districts hereiuatter de
scribed, said sewers and sewer districts beiiu.
part of the ilan and system of sewerage here-
toiore adopted by council, are required and
arr hereby designated for immeiliate use.
J haid sewe'rs are describi-d as follows-
lst On .Main street from Limestone street
to Foster street.
4Brd. On .Main street from Factory street to
nsjl Hun sewer.
R, On Main street from Mechanic street to
4tK?a.0n Market street from Main street to
Mill Run sewer
5th. On Factory street from Jefferson street
to Main street.
6th Commend n;; at the Intersection of
i lliuh street wiih icllow :sprtncs and ruunir.K
1 thence In. alone and upon llixh street to ltace
sireeuniere uoriiion l-ice sireei in ..tain
atpauf . ni tlinnfH ul on Tnii l
stone arch across said strt-et about two huu-
1 dred feet west of Wrstemavenue
! 7th. On Main street from Isabella street
east to a stone arch across said street about
twohundred feet west of Western avenue
Mh. licxiunlncat theman hole In the Tay
1 lor street sewer on the west side of Taylor
I street, thence (incurved lineto the center of
the private alley through Jerry Taylor's lot ou
the east side of Taylor street, thence w itti the
center of said alley east to ork street.
tald 1st described sewer Is In the (7reen
mount sewerdlstrict.orsewer district No. 2.
tiie boundaries of which are as follows- On
the north and northwest the center line of
Iluck creek and the corporation line; on the
j cast the corporation line; on the south the
north line of HiKti strvet. audon the west the
east line of Market street.
The Hud and 4th described sewer are in the
Center street sewer district, or sewer district
X'o. 4. the boundaries of which are as follows
Coinmencini;at the Intersection of the east
Hue of Market street with the center of Ituck
creek, thence wltti the center line of lluck
creek down tiie same to the Intersect ion of the
center line thereof, with the east line of Fac-
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I i.'ij ...rr.. tiii-iui- .,1111 inrr.ni nor n iii-
' toryMreet. and with the east Hue of raitory
. siicci exiciiiiru souinwaru 10 us iiiiersecilou
I ufth the south ei.riinrjtliiM line, flienr .'i.t
1 with said corporation line to the west line of a
. turnpike mid. formerly the sprincfleld and
tnc the settlou line between sections .11 and
a4. tow ii-nip -.. ranee", .vi. K. t. thence wita
said section line west ; to the east line of Mar-
, ket street thence with the east lineof Market
! strt-et north to the place of In-kIhiiIiik.
ald 3.1 and 5th described sewers are in the
PJum street sewer distritt. or sewer district
1 the west the east lineof lellow Minniis street:
onthesouth the south coriioration Hue. and
.ill tlial ..'J ut f liaa ainlt Hl-Vaai f t nisti.in at s"u.iat j ,1.1
I '" rx ll,,e "' Fetory street extended south-
arillytoa point whetx-it would Intersect the
soutli corporation tine.
Mid 6th and 7th described sewers are in the
west end sewer district, or sewer district X
.the boundaries of which, are as follows: On
ine uoriu (lie norill toriH-raiioii line ami liie
1 centerlineof lluck creek, on tlieeast theeast
line of Yellow .-urines stieet; on the south the
iuth corporation Hue. audon the west the
west corjHiratiun line,
S-ald sth described sewer Is In the Taylor
street sewer district, or sewer district X'o. 3.
the boundaries of whichareas follows: Com
menelnc at the Intersection of the north line
of Hist! street with the east Hue of Market
street, thence niuntnc east with the north
lineof llich steeet. and the north line of the
turnpike road, formerly the princncld and
.south Charleston turnpike, east to theeast
corporation line; thence south with the east
lineof the corporation to the southeast cor
nerni ine corporation, inence wesi wiiu ine
corporation line to the center of Clifton
' ,trret: thence south with the corporation line
toa corporation corner; thence west with the
corporation line to the est lineof a turnpike
, riaJt formerly the SprUicfield and Clltton turn
P"-e- thence north with the west lineof said
last named roadtotheold corporation line.
belnc the section line lirtwren sections; 33 and
34. township ranee , M. 11. t- . thellce west
with said section line to theeast lineof Mar
ket street: thencewltli theeast lineof Market
street north to the placeof lieglnnlnc.
The plans and speclneations required bylaw
for the construction of said sewers nave been
prepared, and are ou tile in the office ut the
City Civ ii Lngineer for elimination and In
spectlon by parties interested: and Council
will hearsald parties at Its regular meeting to
be i,eld in tlieCouncll Chamber of said city,
the 2; dv of December, A D., lss. coiume
lag at 7 ) p. iu.. and lu the event there should
tie no meeting on said nleht. then at Its first
regular meeting tnereaiier.
lir Citv (!lerk is hereby directed to publish
this resolution for two consecutive weekslna
newspaper oi ceuerai tirt-uiaiiou in mc mi
poration. rasseii ny council .soveiiioer.iiu, is-vi.
P. 1'. Mast. President.
DURSl'AX'T to the commands of an exec
, ' ,Iiin of ,,le issued from the Court of do
moii Pleas of Clark county. Ohio, and to me
directed and drlivered. 1 will offer for sale at
public auction, at the soinn uooroi tin- court
House of said county. In the city of Springtield.
! ...... .11.1 ,
tliiiMimiiiJii'" '' ...
s.,tiin.ij,eliilMTlS... 11, 1B83,
at one ..'clock p. in. the following described
All of said tracts hrrrinafter described, be
lnc situated iu the rountvjpf Clark, Mate of
Ohio, and iu the city of s.ftineneid.
First Tract Peine part of lot X'o. 10 In
David Lowry's addition fo said city; said lot
' lietne number 310 tu the revised and consecu
tive nuniberlnc in said city. Ileelunlng at a
' noint in the north manrlnal llneot West jet-
ferson street lljH feet east from the intersec-
tion of said Jefferson street with theeast line
l of Mechanic street at C. II. Pierce's southeast
I corner; thenee with said 1-lerce s east line
and the east line of Wm. Nicholson's heirs
north l..lfeet. thenee east with It. M. Kennev s
south line W feet toa one-pole alley running!
north and south between Mechanic and Fac
tory streets; thence with the weit line 01 aam
alley south 173 feet to the north line of Jeffer-
- 1 9n Street th-ti-.a nlrh 4il.l tn..rtti .It... i1 lf
the petition in said case.
M-ColltHl-Hi-l UIni. Lit V. c In tli.
tlfMnml wiiiM-utltr numln-rlni; ! lots In
alil i-lij of -prlnstlfld. Ik-Iiib the prt-mHes
seconililfvrtlieilliitliepftltloii in said ae.
llilrillrait Urintlnt Xh I't a nuiiibered
uu a plat ot lot uiii nut Iit luvlil I.nr In
ailitlti.ntnsalitcit or sprliiKltfld. and mini
Irt-red .vn tht n iiuintirilii; In said citv,
HMIlKthi-pri-liilsntlilM decrlbed In the pe
tltimi In ttld tase
I'liurtli Inu-t Mtuated In the county, state
""" "ii ainrenaiii ib-glnnlng un the uuth
ldei Mm Mn-rtat a imlnt W fwt rjst of
tin-liiti-r-tlun ( ulil itnrt Hh Walnut
i-Hj aloresaid lleclunlni: on the suiith
anf iiit-iii-e ruuiilni; loutli Willi Lnarti-i
Kf ITSI-..T lim. lllllual .....n. ... luss t., u'll.t
Keller's south line, thence west with Keller's
soutli line 10 leet to Walnut alley, thence
south ulth s.iid alley KM feet more or less to
j'.ivld Kings north line, thence east with said
i King's north line Im feet more or less to tin
east line of the premises of I uluii Hall Asso
uan. .ii, theme north ho feet more or less to
Charles Miiirr's south line, theme with slid
Miller's south tine west jy'jfe t more or less;
them e north ldi feet more or less t.i Main
strict, thenee west on M.iln street .) fret
more or less to the place of lcgi lining, and !m
lngp.irlot lot No ss in .lames hi-unnt's ad
iliti.itl tosald Ity. bring the premises fourth
described In til" Jietltlou In s.iid ease
tilth Irad IfeliiK lot No 41 iii .lames
Loury's pi it Inailditlon totlie city ol .sprilig
liflil and numbered -ITS In the revised and
Coliseeutive liumbering in slid (ity being ttie
premises filth described In the petition In said
.-Ixth Tract Situated In the county, state
and city aforesaid, and being the north half of
lot No. In in David Loury's addition to s,tld
city, s.ti.1 tot being numbered three hundred
and ten in the reiised and consecutive num- (
beringof s.iid city, being the premises sixth
ileserlbed ill tile petition In slid case
.seventh Tract Mtuated in the aforesaid
cuiiuty, state and tit). Commencing at a point
on tlit- smith line of t-oiithcrn avenue MIS feet
from the east line of Pearl strett; thence
south parallel with said Pearl street ljojteet
more or less to an alley, thenee east with the
north line of said alley 33 feet to another at
Icy. tlieuce north parallel with s.il.l lv.irl
street 11 feet to.soulhern avenue, tliell.e with
said avenue west to the pi ice of beginning.
Ih lllgtlie premises sevenlhilescrlbed 111 the pe
Ninth 1 met Mtuated In the aforesaid coun
t). state and city, and being lot three hundred ,
and slty-six in James l.owrv's addition to
.sprlngnel.l. Ohio, Iii the revised and consreu
the numbering of lots in s,tid citv. and lot J!,
on the plat of said addition, being thepreni
Ises ninth descrim-d In the
petition ill said
Also the following premises, lielng Hie tract
described in the amendment to the petition in
said c-ise Mtuited in the county of Clark,
state of Ohio, and city of .Springfield, torn
t ineiicliig at a point on ttie south line of r-..u!h
em avenue one hundred and seventy one 1 171'
' feet west ol Tavlor street in slid city, thence
south one hundred and Ally i!o feet to a six
teen foot 'hit alley, thence west with the north
line of said alley thirty two and one-half i.rj'i
feet; thence north parallel wiih Taylorstreet
one hundred and fifty ' I"") feet to the s,,uth
line ot .southern avenue, thence east with I lie
south line of Southern avenue thirty twoalid
one half t.tJSi feet to the place of beginning,
'being the premises descrllied In the amend
ment to the i-ctition in s.ii.1 case,
llicabote descrilM-d premises appraised as
That part of the premises herein described
as 1 rait Xo. One appraised at 3.1,i.
That part of the premises herein desrriiied
as 1 net N" Two tiring lot No xrl. was ap
praised as follows I he east half or 4-''i feet
front on Jefferson street was appraised at
S-Ijo. and the west hall of same or 4"'s feet
front on Jefferson street was appra.sed at
... and said lot s(2 was appralseti as a
'11t.it part ( the premifs liercln lfscriU'il
an Tract No three appralt at ,?J.'M
T'lat pirt of the premises lirrein (le-scnheil
as Inut o. lour appraised in
parcels, i. rirsi parcel
south sfilenf .Main street at a I
east nf the lnterscctlti of ,iiil street with
... .. ,...,... -.....
M alnut alley, thence runnlni; smth to Charles
Keller's east line ll"3 feet more or less,
thence running east parallel with the south
line of Main street .' feet more r less thence
n.irth with Charles Miller's west hue l'i feet
more or less to thesuuth Hue of Main street,
thence with the south line of Main street in
feet more or less to the place of beclmttui;,
saiil premises appraised at 31.IJJ.
.Secoiiil parcel commencing at a
hit on the east Hue of Walnut
alley, southwest corner, to the premises
ol Chas heller, thence runnlni: wim the east
line of Walnut allej south KV feet more or less
to Da il king's north line, thence east with
tiie uorih nneoi said premises oi iaid King i
li-i feet moreor less to the east Hue of the preml
sesf I'libui Mall Vss4K-iatiou, thence north b-J
feet more or less to Charles Miller's st. ut h line; j
thence running west p,millel with the south I
line of Main street 1" feet more or less to the t
place of beginning; said premises appraised at
sfij.i. ina sain iwo parcels, or tract ;o.
Four, appraised as a whole at S19.o
That part of the premises herein described as
Tract .No. five appraised at S12.li.
That part of the premises herein described
as Tract Xo. ii appraised at ti..
Jliatpartof the premises herein described
aslrnct Xo. ev en appraised at Sl.io.
That nart of the Premises herein described
as Inict No. Nine appraised at Slo.i").
That tnict in theabote onler of appraised
last described appraised at $Ui.
aid abote described premises to le sold
by order of th Court of Common Picas of
Clark county, Ohio, in case No. ,lfi, wherein
Thomas Keuney is plaintiff and Hugh J.
Creichton et al. are defendants.
.-aid premises sold subject to the folkvnirg
Lot on southeast corner of Washington and poles to a stone; tnence , degrees, h, 45
Mechanic streets, lelng part of Tract V. fi, aM ides t the center of a ditch on tbeiinar
feet wide b W feet in length; subject to lease . ter.sectlon line; thence with said Hne:s.s7i; de
forfl.e jearslu faorof i.. Foos A Co .lated grecs, IL iv.jn-lw poles to a stoneat the juar
August ZU li.and made by Kobcrt M. Ken , tercorucr; thence with thesection line N. 'ZA
:ie Lease Keeord is. p. l.
Part ol Tract So. 6 heme premises on east
side of Mechanic street, and lirlnc first Moor of 1
bulldliiKS and part of second tiooj. formerly
oicupiedb) the M-ientiflc Mill and ForccCo.
with encine, Ac. subject to lease for live tears
from Kecemlierl, lss.1. In favor of the Foos ,
Manufacturing Co., made by llobert M. Ken ,
nev. Lease Keeord II, p 140.
lermsof sale One third cash, one third In
one year, and one-third tu two years from day
of sale. Iieferred payments to tiear six prr
cent per annum interest, and tone secured
by mortcace ou the premises sold.
WILLIAM II. ISAKF.K.
Sheriff of Clark County. Ohio.
lltcts JL Htots xt xl Attorneys jioTIi.
Pursuant to the commands of an execution
of sale Issued from the court of common pleas,
of Clark county. Ohio, and to me directed and
delivered. 1 will offer for sale at public auction
at the south door of the court house of said
eountv.lnthecltyof -.prliiefield, Clark county,
st.iturilay, December l', .. 11. 1885,
At one o'clock p m., the follewinc described
inortcaKed premises, to wit
Situated in tliecountyof Clark. In the state
of Ohio, and in the city of .sprlncfleld. and
bounded and descrilied as follows, viz
lleluclot liumberten huudredandcichtv sev
en ilusT as the same Is designated on the plat ,
if the addition laid out by Ramsey anil Merle
In addition to the city of .sprlncfleld. Ohio
.-aid lot beiuc situated on the north side of
Patton street between Limestone street and
Clifton avenue. Heine the same premises con t
tejnt to Thomas Chapman by Charles S Kuhl
and wife hv deed dated May :. ls.i, and recor
ded lu vol 7n, pace 04 ot Iieed Hecords of Clark I
county, Ohio. t
Also another tract in the same state, county j
and cityand bounded and descriiied as follows, i
Heine twenty-eicht feet off of the west side1
of lot numlier one thousand and rfchty-richt
i loss) as designated on the plat of lots Itidou!
by Ramsey and Meele In addition to the city !
of Mirlncfleld and coutlnuincback north one ,
hundred and sixty-seven (167 fret the same i
width, the whole depth of said lot to an alley. .
Heme the same premises conveyed to'
James Chapman and Thomai Chapman by I K.
Hosternian and wife, bydeed dated April -. i
tss.1, and recorded in vol. s-j, pace .bo, of tleed
Records of Clark county. Ohio, and .lames
Chapman's tnterrst havinc bern conveyed to
Thomas Chapman bydeed dated February H.
r-aid abov e described premises appraised as
Lot X'o. 1.1X7 appraised at Sl.Ui.
Lot Xo. Loss appraised at S1.M0.
.-aid above described premises to be sold by
sold by i
fin h h.
order ot the court oi i ommou picas
County, Ohio, in case Xo. 7o. where!
Denormaudlels plalntltfand J. i
Dixkey etal. '
Terms of sale Cash
WILLIAM I! 1IVKER.
Sheriff Cl-irk County. Ohio.
Cochran! Ropofrs and Chasi. mxwakt. At
torney s. 31oTh
Pl'RSlXT to the command of an execution
of sale issued from the Court of Common
Pleas of Clark county. Ohio, and to me directed !
and delivered. I will offer for sale at public
aiKtton, at me south niMiroi me ( ouri House.
of said county, in the city of f-priiiKlleld, Clark
county. Ohio, on
s,.i..r.i.. iw.,i..r.' i i, lul,
satiinlaj.Dereii.lier 1-..V l. 1SH.,,
at one o'clock p m. the followl.g described
mortgaged premises. t-wlt:
Situated in the city of .Springfield, county of
Clark, and state of Ohio, and bounded and de-
scrilK-d as follows, vi:
Heine a part of lot number forty '4o in Han
nah Reeder's addition to the town, now citv.
of Stirlll'-tield iteirilininir at the, llilerserflott
of Clifton and Scott strrrts at the southwest
corner of said lot numlier forty )i. running
( theme ina soiitheasternly direction alone the
! north side of Clifton street tilty four ill. feet,
thence north parallel with r-cott street one
I hundrrd and twrnty (13U fret, thence west
fllty feet to the east side of Scott street,
, Iliencr south alone Ille east Side of Scott street
I one hundred (lull feet to the niaee of beirlii -
nimr. llelnc the same nremisrs ronveved to
F.llzaJ. Relfsnlder by Jane .VI. Mc Williams
., nn.nvp.ua ill. il.iua ilfltu.l fills- .., I. 1 ST f n ,1
!iiliit..ii. --:.- .1. . J '"-.- ""-".'
rec.ir.leil In vol. or. pp. 571 and 57.
lee. I rentnls
of Clark county. Ohn
Said above described premises appraised at
aid above described premises to be sold by
order of the Court of ( ommon Pleas of Clark
county. Ohio, in case X'o. 7'.m., w herein Mauss
Brothers A Co. are plaintiffs and John A. Relf
, suideraiiil F.llza J. Keltsulderare defendants
Terms of sale Cash.
WILLIAM Ii. I1AKER.
Shenff of Clark County, Ohio.
J. L.7.I-.-EK-A-., Attorney. 31oTh
MASTKK COMMISSIOSKK'S SALb'.
rLltLA.si if. tne .oiniiiaiius in uu urueroi
sale Issued from the Cnlted States Circuit
, ,. . .,..,.. en.,,...,.... fii.,rtn, .11.1.. 11-..1
i,iw,lon an(1 t0 nle directed and' dellv-
. ....onrt-- r..-.,iu a. ,.ni.n ntli.,n
. ' ,..,, Dreniiscs. on ts
upon the premises, on
XVnllinolny, December 9, A. I). 1883,
beginning at 10 o clock, a. m., the following oe-
IcnDea premises, to-wii:
First, all that certain lot ot land ittuata In
th city ot Sprtngflel-. county ot Clark and
state ot Ohio, being parts of lots numbered
nine hundred and nineteen (919j and nine hun
dred and twenty (tfiu) on the recorded platof
said city, and correspondlue with lots num
bered fifty-nine (.Wand sixty (fjO) on the plat
laid out by Letitia Laker In addition to said
cliy Beginning at the northeast corner of
Limestone and Clifton streets, thence run
ulng east along the north line of Clifton M.
one hundred nii.1 forty eight feet (Its ft.,
thence north on a line parallel with Limestone
street one hundred and ten '1I feet to an al
ley thence west along the south line of said
alley twenty Jii feet, thence south on a line
parallel Willi Limestone street forty three 41)
feet, thence west on a line parallel with Clif
ton street one hundred and twenty eight liO
feet to the east line of Limestone street;
thence south along liie east line of said street
slxty.scvt-M Hu) feet to the place of beginning;
being the same premises conveyed to Mary A.
Williamson liy deed from John 11. llllllard et
al .duly recorded In book -', page tVW of said
County Hecords. aid premises appraised at
Second. And also the following premises In
said city of fprlngflcld. to-wit: lielng fifty (,V
feet otf the east side of lot No. 3n In the plat of '
James Lowry's addition to said city, now
known and numbered as lot :I73 in the consecu I
live numbering of the city, fronting fifty (Vn I
I feet ou the north side of Washington, by one
I hundred and sixty five iUV feet deep to an al
lev, lielng the sime premises conveyed to W.
' Williamson by X ( lllarer by deed in h. II. 67, '
1 page kit of said County Hecords. fald prem
ises appraised at 5vo. '
Third. And also. lots 1027, 102S and 1029 in.
V. hiteand Rogers' subdivision and addition to
the city or. sprlngflcld. Ohio; each of said lots
lii27au.t Hiis have a frontage of fifty (.in) feet on
the north side of Kenton Ave and a depth of
one hundred and titty ilVii fret, more or less;
and said lot HtM being on the corner of said
avenue and East street, with a frontage on
said avenueof fourteen and one-half (lliiifeet. I
and a width In the rear of seventy four feet,
.Slid lots 1027 and KW appraised at J7.VJ each,
and said lot No. KUi appraised at S"V.
Fourth And also lots y70 and V71. as num
tiered on the plat of subdirision of Patton and
lioiidy's addition to the city of Jjprluitfleld. .
Ohio, each lot having a frontage of fifty (.Vn
fret on the north side of Patton street and a '
depth of one hundred and fifty five and one I
fourth. IVi4, fret .sild lot Xo.yTUappralsed I
at isio and said lot No. "Tlappralsrd at 5l.i"i.
i inn. .xuiiaisoineioiiowingiiescribeii prem
ises. situate in the slid city of .-piingltehl, to
wit bring part of lot No. 31 in James Lowry's i
addition to said city, and being now num-
hercdaslot 3-s In said city, beginning at the
southwest corner of said lot on the north side ,
if Washington St.. thence north on the east
line of Center street 1127 12 feet more or less
to ihesouih line of a stone wall undera frame .
i house, thence east ;'J M2 feet, more or less, to
' the eastern boiiudarv of said lot. thence south
1127 12 feet to Washington St.; thence west on
said street l'lti-12 feet to the place nf begin
nlng, being the same premises conveyed to
.Mary A ft llllamson by W Williamson by
deed in h. II. 7.1. page ' of said Records, said
premises appraised at StO.Ouu.
Mxtli And also the following real estate, sit
uate In the city of Mirinirfieid. Clark countv.
Ohio, bounded and described as follows, to
wit lieglnnlngat a point In the middle of the
" iMiooiifsHI" l'"llll III 111(7 IIIIIIIIIT ! tils"
National ltoad or .Main M..in the eastern part
of sild cilj. and one hundred and sixty-five
ithiifeet north from the quarter corner be-
tween sections and 2!i. townships. range9
of lands lietween the .Miami rivers: thence
north with the half section lin. four hundred
and sixty-two feet iliCft.i more or less to the
southerly line of the premises conveyed by W.
H llllamson to II. II Warder, by deed recorded
in h. II .17. page so, land records of said
' county, thence westwardly, parallel with the
National road, four hundred and ninety ftve
it'll) feet; thence south, parallel with the first
mentioned line four hundred and sixty two
iK2l leet to the middle of the National Iload;
thence eastwardly along the middle of said
, road four hundred and ninety five (titl) feet to
me place oi iieginning. containing A
acres of laml.lieint; all the ten-acre tract of
ground conveyed to W Williamson by deed re
corded in I). II 37, pace 74, of said records. ex-
cepiintftiwiwi acres sold by said w llllamson
In two separate I to Warder lij , dei-d afores.iid. aid premises
W"'Wt,V"lfll:lpffi,.'tf.,.,..SS,5Li re., .., .., k.,
..- . -" -...,... . ...... .., ., ....
i.i ,:,,' "ii i i ; T K, ,." L' Klln ""I
m.. the second described tract' at 11a. in. the
third described tract at 1 p. m.. the fourth de-
scrlbrd tract at "p m.. the flfthdescribed trait ,
atSp in and Hie sixth described tract at 4 p. m.
aid lreiuisestotesuIdhToriierof s.iid court In
case No .kV-ln eiutty wherein John W.
Haldrldte is complainant and Albert U.Oooley
ri ti are resooimenis
iruin u saie: sjiie-mirti casn, one'inira in
one yearand the remainder In two years from
.. . .. , ....... . m
the day of sale. Deferred payments to bear
seven per cent, per annum interest, payable
annually, ana be secured ny mortgage on tn
premises sold. KUJA1I (J.CUFt'IN,
Special Master Commissioner,
A. II. (Iillett, Attorney,
Nov 1. lv$5. 70o25Tho
MASTKU COMMISSION KK'S tAI.K.
1) I US l A NT to the commands of an order
of sale Issued from the Cnlted States Circuit
4 as,!.- fill, tlld Jiilltliupik ,llt.l.t 9 lll.l.v ....
ern division -and to me directed and dellv-!
Cpo'n tV'prellirs'es'.V-'1"' "l PUb"C ""'""
t 1.., . im.li
At 10 o'clock a. m.the followinit described
Mtuate partly in Clark county.in the state ot
tlhlo.aiid In Pleasant township, and .partly In
Champaign county, in said state, and bounded
and described as follows, U: Being part of
sections .Vi.s il.2t.and30, of tuunshlp Xo.
, in i.ini;r .hi, iir, ii.ivr, ik-kiiiuiiik ai a siune
at the southwest corner of said section Xo. 21;
thence X. lSdeurees. K. 4-i 7(1-1(1) poles to a
stonr; thruce X ffi, degrees. W. 171 31-UO
stone; thence N iy decrees,
ueKrees, x vi mw poics to a sione ai me
northwrst corner of said section X'o. 21. on the
north Hue of Clark county; thence with the
north llneof section Xo.i'. X. 7 decrees. VV.
stum jmles to the center of a ditch; thence
N. Ji'- decrees. E. 4S mii poles to a stone;
thence .- .MJ4 decrees. L. 2H uVlu) poles to a
stone in the center of the sprlncfleld and Me-
I .i ; . .7 '.-..: " . is .iiisuicr s ncru iiim-rs nas iK-couie since lis
1 chanlcsburc road, from which a whlteoak tree ' ..,:. ,irn,r)i . . f .,i.
i ofthlrtylncliesin diameter beara S. 6 de-lf.,ra"lvel'r,0l,T.r''elll'e "?V full esta,
' crees. W. bl links distance: thence with i ItshetL V illiatn iv-ott, of Newcastle, I'a.,
thecenterof said road S 4.: decrees. W. Is.: 10-' who was formerlv troubled vvitlt chronie
X'tiWZ&&Z. "' ki:e 'r'":Il-:j ? il
W lii-li) poles to the place of becinnine. , wor, "'le to cive Mishler s Herb Hittersa
I contalninc3 3s-iacres, of wldch there areln I trial. IILs liowcls are now recular, and his
secti.iiiil,17o3vhJacres.insectlonif.st)acrcs: kidnevs unite free from disease. He now
, lieinc the same premises conveyed to W
! II. S. Williamson hy Isaac It. Rawlins, adminls-
trator. by deed dull recorded in book 55. pace
atii'of said Clark county records.
Ndd premises appraised, as a whole, at
ils.ost); and as suit-divided as follows, to-wlt:
Lot X'o. 1. of LW acres, at $70 per acre; lot X'o.
i. of 40 acres, at Jsii per acre, and lot X'o. 3. of
1C( acres, at 5o per acre
Fora more detinue description of said lots
see posters ci vine a plat of said -JuSls-ho acres.
till premises t he sold by onler of said
rt tu case Xo. .1.. in equity wherein
mil ItaldrnlKr Is complainant and Albert
(I. llooiev et al are respondents.
Terms of sileOne-third cash, one-third In
one year, and the remainder in two years from
day of sale. leferred payments to bear seven
percent, per annum interest, payable annually,
and be secured by mortcaee on the premises
sold. F.1.1JA1I (1. COFFIN,
Special Master Commissioner.
A II. fliLLMT, Attorney.
Nov 4. Hs'i. 70o25Tho
M.sTr.urovijiissioNElf salk. becau crowinc weak and could not t-.vt anj
1)l'RSL'AX"T to the commands of an order of 'tiling. I tried eveiything I could hear of
1 sale issued from the United States Circuit , but could not find any help. I was induced
Court for the Southern District of otilo-wrst- , try a Uittle of the Shaker Kxtract of
ern Division, and to me d rected and deliv- ., , ' , . , , , ... , ,. .
.,.H 1 ,.111 -r f,ir sle ut noLII? an-tlnn. Hot-N 311(1 I COiUmeilClsI Cftting tlt'tter at
ered. 1 will offer for sale, at public auction.
upon ine premises, on
.Mooil.i), Ilri rmber 7, A. I). 1883,
atone o'clock p m., the following described
ituate In the county of Clark. In the State of
Ohio and in the township of Herman, and
boundrd and described as follows, viz.: Heine
part of sections Xos. two r.) and eight (si of
I eieht (v ot
township four (4) in range ten Ho) M.R. S.; be- i the florist. No. 50 Wis-t Fourth street. Cill
einnlng at a stone at the half section corner" cImsti is shlmilnc to auv aildress a beau
on the line between said sections two CI) and , ,,,,,"' ; ,' i1 ' ' o aimress a isau
eieht 'si and runnlnc thence with said line X. tlful hasket of cut flowers, sccurt-lv packed,
1 dec .J) min. H2U4'"-l(o poles to theeast bank for one dollar, Mife arrival guaranteed,
of Mad River, thence with the orlelnal Hue of His specialty is artistic designing for vved
sald bank of said river X. 11 deg h. . 4-luu ,.,, ..,' .i , m. ....... i,.
poles, thence X. H deg. E. 81-100 piiles; thence
X Y'4 deg K. a) poles; thence X. 21 deg. W.
6 44Hi poles to a stake on said bank, the same
g. vv. '
being Mrs Kllen Mcliowau's south boundary
line; thence with her line and the line of Ja-
cob Kib ncer. ?. ss!4 ilrir. K. Ml a-llAl Poles to a
stake at John Pecker's northwest corner to
fifty acres, thence with his west boundary line
'idee vv IKi Jo. no poles to a stake at ins
southwest corner; thenee S.ssJ dec K. 57 poles
i toa stake in the half section line of said sec-
i-tion line of said
J lion two (.) and at said Hecker a southeast cor
ner, thencewltli said half section HneS. 1 deg.
vv 74 M-I") polea to a stake at the hall section
corner on the south boundary line of said sec-
tion twm-); thence with the last named line
. sv'.iicg w . -.o poles to ine main nrancn oi
I Mad River; thence up said stream with Its
ineanderincs to the point vthere the line of
said sections two (ii and eieht () crosses said
river; thence runnlnc with the meandering.
i of the east bank of said river to the point
'where the said bank Intersects the south
i boundary line of olmn IlakerA Co'.s mill
lot; thence with their line Kast 1J poles to
' the place of becinnine. and containing by sur
vey Iis!l7-1M acres, llutsavlng andexceptlng
therefrom all th it parcel or tract thereof
i.l.lli ... m.iI.I ii.H ...inveved l.v Virlniln.
Fetsch et al to William Masouheimerby deed '
of April :R. 17-J. and recorded In vol 70 page 534
of Clark County Records, the residue hereby
conveyed containing ltlsw-iui acresof land.
I Thewhole tract above descrilied dneludlnc
1 thlsparcclofi7.l"-Pi0acrrsreserved therefrom!
belnc the same premises heretofore couveyed
I to Theresa Fefsh .111.! l.v her com eveil. ex.itit
. the n.irt :il,..ie n-serteil to William William.
son l.v deed dated .sent. 1.1. 1S79. and recorded
in book 71. pace 47fioi satd County Records.
C .... n,.... u ..u.n.. .A ,n ..I ... 111.1 l.l ..n.u.
I .J", ftiiiiiciini ..ns nail v. tn j. uv Mica
q,.i fVi..1 nf sl'F.l
.1.1 tr-irt has bren Sllh-ilit liled Info!) lots,
which said lots have been appraised as fol-
lows to-wlt: Lot Xo. l ,,f is i acres at J-..W :' Pile Kerned-.which acts directly uihiii the
ft iVl'l'reTaVmo-' .'"xol It effts,tl. absorbs the t.ttnori, 'allajing
b 5Mf.j acres at .'.13 ui-lu); lot No. 5 of 33 av-lftl the Intense Itching, and effecting a penna
acres at S1..4"l; lot X... 6 of 20 50-1(0 acres at nent cure. Price 50 cents. Address, The
11 tiV, WS& ",Srv,.?f ,' ...l! ' Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., Pii.ua, O. Sold
1,1m'i ' ...
Fora more definite description of said lots
see postersclvinea platof said 144 92-luo acres
as sub-divided. -
haid premises to be sold bv order of said
court in case .No. a.io.'r in equity wherein
. "r ii.iiii,.,.i...; .i ii. .
! J'? U -JU,l(i ri1,-ie ' ",m.p 'n.ant and AlbfTt
(1. Donley et al.are respondents.
lermsof Sale One-third cash, one-third In
one year and the remainder in two years from
the day of sale. Deferred payments to bear
seven per cent per annum Interest, payable
annually; and be secured by mortgage on the
premises sold. '
ELIJAH O. COFFIN,
Special Master Commissioner.
A. H. Giu.,1 r, Attorniy.
Not. 4, was. TOoasTno
Newest and Choicest Styles!
No. 9805, Friese Visities, Black and Brown, Elegantly Trimmed
No. 3933, Brocade Velvet Yisite, Hare Trimming.
No. 8580, Boucle Visite, Coney Trimming.
No. 2595, Brocade Silk Visite, Hare Trimming.
No. 2500, Matelasse Visite, Coney Trimming.
No. 5675, Black Cloth Visite, Astrachan Trimming.
No. 6720, Ottoman Cord Visite, Coney Trimming.
No. 9497, Fancy Cloth Brocade Visites, Mink Trimming.
No. 1463, Plain Cloth Visites, Beaded Passamentrie Trimming.
No. 3730, Ottoman Silk Visite, Chenille Trimming.
$17.00. "VAiyCJ-E, S25.00.
NEW MARKET WRAPS in all the new materials, trimmed in Otter, Beaver and Frieze.
"Wli: SOLICIT V CALL..
A (.rent lllsreserj.
. Thomas of Xewton. la., savs;
"My wife has Nvn seriously affected with
a cough for twrntwlive ears, and thN
spring more sevcrels than ever before. She
.- , - - .
had Used many remtslies without relief, and
being urged to tr Dr. King's Xcw Discov-
,.rv .i!,! s., uiti, , onfifii,,.. rosiilt.
'O-'"' ' w niiist gratHin rtstilts.
the hrst Imttle relieved her very much, and
the second Nittle h.is absolutely cured her.
.She has not had so go.Kl health for thirty
J . , ,, , ,,
a iiai iiiiiiu-s r ret- ai t lias. i,uiiiovViv,l,t. .s
Drug Store. LarKfisIz.? S1.00.
NfOT (Ji.P lT.
If you ar hUtferiiiK with low ami dt
prevsoil Niiritst loss of apin-titp, general (1
bility, riisoritVretl WohI. weak constitution.
heailache, ir anyUiM'ase of a bilious nature.
byall mcitis procure a Nittle uf Electric
Hitters. You will lie surprised to t-e the
ranid iinnroveineiit that uilt fnllniv vri
will be inspired with new life; strength and
activity will return: pain and misery will
- aim neiiceionn ou will rejoite Intlie
'"" OI '""tic Hitters, bold at tifty
cents a bottle bv Clia.s. I.udlow.
Iturkten-, Arnica salte.
Tut- TU-s-r , .. ... i. .. .ik . r-..t.
.. ,E ""ThAIA h ill the world for Cuts,
Hruises, tx,reSi Ileers, Salt Hlit-um, Kever
aores, letter. Lii.i.ssl nanus, fjfillblalns,
Corns, and all.kinen.ptions. and itively
cures Piles, or no p. reiuirisl. It Is guar-
i.otcm iu tic irtrnevi s-uismcuoii. or money
refunded. Price 25 cenh-per
sale by Lharles I.udlow Jt C.
, . ,, j ; ; ; . , .
Joseph llosdowitch. lately a clerk in the
rarmers National Hank at Mansfield, i
helped himself to S5.000 of the bank's '
funds, and moved his address to Canada.
51 a.trrliio. Ills.ii.ii.i,r.ti..-
Last week a well-known merchant wa,
misseii, and has not mikv Ikhmi Iieanl from.
Tho inutm sa,.ni,un,iJfrii,.i- ;.. o,;u(.-.
-d Kb-on. Hut if jour djs.icpsia, jour j
rlieumatisiuoryour liver comnlaints ban-
JH'ns to disapjie-ar m.vsteriousl, ou are
happy. To make them disappear use
Brown's Iron Hitters, the prince of tonics,
..1.1..1. .,, ..... ,,. a, ..... .ir.r ,,lir fnr
Mr. Cuisac. late of Michiean. cot even
with a enia boardmc h(iu- keer bv Ul
.mi,,orItiir tith her slitor iviteh . Atnwi
'.'IK ,K ""V. m T -'"" watch, a cameo
rnic and a small sum of money.
An effort U to tie made to stvure the re-It-a.se
of Alf. Italian!, the W'ilmiuctoti man
who killed Marshal Van Doren. from the
iieuitelitiarv. under the parole law.
A bouseliold remedv. That is what
i.,,,. .i,.. It!it.,r. ..... ...n.. :., i.n i -.,
"i""--"""'""'-""o ... ii.. i.uu-t.
CILMOKK'S XKlTKAI.OIA Cl'KK is a
positive t-urefor Neucalcia in the face, side
and stomach. For sale by Then. Troupe,
The Shakers do not ue Cosmetic, but
whoever has seen them must have noticed
the bricliL clear coinnlexioii of the Sisters.
There is none of that tinseot vellovv about
, . A. . .. , -i t . . ,-
Jlie ees no dark brown spots on the skin.
They look bneht and cheerful, because tliev
enjoy good health, they maintain -erfect .11
cestion by the Use of the Shaker Kxtract of
i Koots (Siecel's STup).
John Conner writes from Koseoe, Mo.,.
i Auc. lti, 1S4: "I must sav a word or two ,
In recard to our creat medicine. Abiut
four years ago I was taken down vv ith a ,
burninc in my .stomach and rheumatism. I
once. I have u-ed sW Isittlt-. and now I
can eat an thing without its injuring me. I
gladly recommend it to an one sulfering
Floral y'aiit irs.
rtsa siitsjiaiouer ior ine st-a-ou, daruner.
-r--, i'..- - ".. n.i.no.s. ,,u t.iii.t- n,i
o cm now er. uor.u iiesigns, ..iiristnias
illvsirutiii.ts h.itle itiUtlM... in.l murirn.....
now niulv lind crt-at btrir ihis otfi-reil Sent
'" . g Dart-aiiis oiitreu. Milt
We should economize at all ttme. but
more cspeciall w hen times are close. Ob
serve the purchases of our thrifty neigh
bor. More MuVtantlal bent-fits can Im- ob
tained from a lift cent bottle of Dr. ISige-
low s Positive Cure than a dollar bottle of
aIj other cough remedy,
.afe -md nh-asaiit euro f
It is a prompt.
safe and pleasant cure for all throat and
lung troubles. '
Aer'sPills are a convenient remedy to
have aluavs.oii hand. They are siig.ir
coated, easy to take, effective tooerate.
Mire to briiig relief and cure. They are
effectual In a vv ide range of disoa.ses which
a'lse from disorders of the stoin.uh and ill-
Cl'HK FOi: I-ILKS.
Piles are frequently preoedtsl by a sense
... ii., i ,i. J i,.ia ,,i i,.... ,,,...,
i w, "''', ' 0r lrt
of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup-
pose he lias some etfection of the kidneS
or neichlniriiic orcans t times svnmtonis
. ni'K"'"'""!!, Organs. .XI limes S11iptoniS
" Indigestion are proeilt, llatlllenC,UUea.s.
ness of the s-tomacli. etc. A moisture. like
' perspiration, producing a xervdisacreeable
! . .' ..' !
If -tl 1 11 0 OTti-r ITot 1 1 II ! ten nil U 1. oilllllOT.
........p,, ..s. n.....p ......... . Vu.,, .......
Ulind. bleetling and itching
at once to Dr. Kosanko's
jjy j Unijhaus .t Co.
, ,, ; ; ; . ,
Carefully read adv ertbements of theAI
' bert Medical Institute. 217tf
Careful attention to diet is the best guard
against disease. It is a fact which all
should know, that ov er-eating not only cor
rupts the blood but destroys nerve force,
and induces dyspepsia, jaundice, bad breath,
piles, pimples, low spirits headaclie, ague
malaria, and all stomach and liver, troubles.
Dr. Jones Bed Clover Tonic quickly cures
the above diseases. Can be taken by the
mostdellcate. Price fifty cents,
Superior St., Next to Postoffice, Cleveland, Ohio.
Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases
Successfully treated opoa
The Latest Scientific Principles.
Hudlx-otered thegrfst-stctireln the world for
wellness In the back and limbs. IntolnnUrr dis
charge., impoteacj, general deollitr. nerTousoMa,
Uoftuo confasion ot Ideu, palplution of th
heart, timidity, trembling, dimns of Uht cr
.iddines,, dlwtw of the heJ. throat, new or
"." f t.l I1p. hm.s. .Sm.ch or .
oowei.-iQose terrinia oiitiiriiers ana i rmm ih. I
ilury habit, of youth-and mm DrutlrVa
blinhting their moat rm.Ji.nt hopes or antlclpa
tions.re.deringm.rriag.lmp.-.W P 1
Those lutTerlag from NVrrom DebUltr. the
uffcriog from Venous Debility, th,
, .ympton..of which. r. a dull, dUtreMedmlnd, .
d lal du.Tes. rtar' m.rri.'e. teSe
which unfit them for performing thlr buine
i.a ocii unties, njiie nippy marriage lmpoe
sit diitresa the action ot the heart. rausicfiT
ot the heart, cn.icg
" uc, urprrs-iuu vi Bym, mu ioit-
ioTs. mrtinchoi; . tl AaUr of mn.nVl.S
a.Iiiii. PS.-I . - ... m-. - .is, -s is. ai.
hare a preference to oe alone, feeiinza. tired In
" .. : . . - t
I"e morning a. when retiring; lost manhood.
I white tc deposlu in the urice, rersomne...
trembling, confusion of thought., watery and j
DR. ALBERT lmmejiatelr and be restored to
EPILEPSY OR FITS
rHltlTelr Cnred by a ew and erer
weii in trery ta-e.
Peraons Ku Inert tu Ilnalth by Unlearned Pretender Who Keep Trlfllaifjr with ThB
Month after Monifa, OlTlng Poteonooa and Injnriooa Com-
poandaShoald Apply Immediately.
Pl?I W 4RT V P FT PTC I1- in oldcaaea which hare been neglected or caaklll
U D Jl iftlYnDlirj UUM UO fally treated. No experiment or Fail area. Partlee trtwtad
by mail and express, but where posaibl pertonal consultation la preferred.
emw&2!!2r- DR. ALBERT, CLEVELAND, p.
Dr. Albert's Next Visit to Springfield, Saturday, January
16th, One Day, at the Lagonda House:
The constant feolinc of tieint' "plaed
out" and "iistsl up" can readil lie reniovetl
by the use of Aer's isarsaparilla.
Coil Liter Oil, with lit pophospliites. Very
Pitlrttatde ntut KtUrnrious in vVastinj;
Dr. C. T. llrosmer, Kocheter, X. Y..
s.is: "After havinc Used Scott's Kniubton
vv ith (lecnltsl bent-tit upon mv self, I have
taken creat pleasure in ns-ouuueudiiig it
since in the various conditions of wastiuc
in which it is iudicatetl."
The best on earth, can truly be said of
(Iriccs (Jlycerine Salve, which is a sure,
safe and sh(i cure for cuts, braises,
scalds, burns, wounds and all other sores.
Will positively cure pilt--,tctter and ail skin
eruptions. Try this wonder healer. Satis
oni. -, X-nts
faction cuarantecil or money refunded.
JOHN II. YATES, of Hatavia, N. Y.
s.i s :
"I cheerfully commend
otir AKO.MATIC WINK;
It did new life and vigor M-nd
Through this weak frame of mine.
It did for all my stomach ills
More than the doctor and his pills.'.
For ?a!e b Then. Troupe, druggist.
If you are tired Liking the large old
fashioned griping pdb try Carter';. Little
Liver Pills and take some comfort. A man
can't stand ever thing. One pill a dose.
A r irtuii.itrl)isterj.
A new llcht is thrown on the subject of
Consumption bv Dr. Wagner Kemp, dis-,
cover of Kemps HaKam for the Throat and r
Luncs. A remedv that has proved Itself to'
la a remarkable compound. It does its
work thoroughly, stopping a hacking cough
Instantly, bold by T. J. Casper. Druggist.
Price 50 cents and SI. Trial size free. Get
Health is wealth. Wealth 'means inde-I-endi-nce.
The keynote is Dr. llosanko's
Couch and Lung Syrup, the best cough
sjnrpinthe world. Cure-coughs, cobb.
panis in the cliet, bronchitis and primary
consumption. One do-sj gives relief in every
case. Take no other. Irice 50 cents and
SI. Samples free. Sold by Ad. Kakliaus
Young Jlen lteii.1 Tills.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to semi their celebrated Klectro-Voltaic
Belt and other Klectrie Appliances on
trial for thirty dajs, to men (youngandold)
afflicted witli nervous debility, loss of vi
tality and manhood, neuralgia, paralysis,
and many other di.sea.ses. Complete resto
ration to health, vigor and manhood guar
anteed. No rbk b incurred as thirty days'
trial is allowed. Write them at once for
illustrated pamphlet free.
T"t- 0fLT COaUaCT mad that m.n tan wtnnuid It
ts purohaVavr ftr thr w-fcji mavr. If nott fooif
n rrrrj rwprct, and U prv TivwSe4bj amUmr.
Sold by ant-eU
t a Tarielyof Myle. and prkssL
'&irra 1 1 . wi nmmwm oi
an. jraknp.-il.w Itail Bail1, na.ua ta aoa.
CtAOAQO COMttf 4JO.. T4Uoas. IH.
4 pjl YjgSOS
Married persons or joanj men conttmplattnj
msiTlage. aware ol physical weakness. Vot ot Pro-
intlM lnvBrti Imaataner. ar tar otar dlMOftl'
Ifi rat loot, f ptsedily nhevM. He who placa hlm
elf under the csre of DR. ALBERT may confide
'n hn honor ajjuestleraan. and confidentlj rly
ron hi. .kill a?x physician.
Immedl.tely cored and foil Tljor rettortJ. Thuj
.i.mg. Miction" hleh mfder. lif.abnrd.a
edge that the DaMloce are
1 ls.s a .n.w.. Kw lal.k ha. vkalav nvlit la alt.
V?'. ... .V .". Zv". wr.r? w.l
C."7J", "fc" "r" .V '.yTZL
L" ". " b-ft "F c1 ?!!
'-"".':,'"" :."" ;lj T ' t """rk:v
. , ..i ..... -. . .-. Hmnn. .n,t
LUAU CVUn M IW WU. XIUVI Uiail, allaua "V vaasa.
dlssppoinim.nl .are TiU con.lant compaalona.
is uu luuict iuki ntiiii waiu. bus uvi w- -
.....!. iiu a,u f tr-r .. ....a mm
Coo.ult DR. ALBERT at once and 70a U1 flnil
tbe.ympathr and relief thai jou poalUnlr
qulra. T0UN0 MEN
Who hare become Ttciims of aollUxj rlos, that
dreadful and destructive habit, which annually
iweepa to an unimlr graTe thoaandjof yousf
men of exalted talent and brilliant lotellect.m
call with full confidence.
DR. ALBERT a.idrease all thoee who have In
jured themselfM by improper Indulgence anl
olitajy habi'a which ruin both mlod and body
apfittiojt them for buaineae, atudy, aodetj or
J. & T. COUSINS'
The only DENUWEont made.
The most comfortable ani durable
shape for walking.
Perfect fit... Mo wrinkles... Easjr as an
old shoeT..AIways retain the shape.
Will not tire the feet in long walks.
Made in It widths and g7sZreiI
Look on Sol. for Nam. and Addraas of
J. & T. COTJSI1NS,
Agt. 2br Sjriajfiald, 0.
WANTED RELIABLE ROY
or man lo handle the Claelaamtt Dmllr P.
IfeU rill and la rr..Bdlo l-..l-.aer-.
Ko money required. 101 per cenu profit. Maiapl.
copies and atrenta ootflla free. Send stamp for
terms, and has ot premloma to agents getting np
clubs. The Post baa dost adlly ctrcnlatloo of 40,oat
copies and Is th. Urrrtt and best paper of Its prtca
publisher! la the XYeat. Address
THE CI.NCI.N.NATI IMfsT. Claelaaatt. O.
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOR OP PATENTS.
loom 8. -Aarcsule BuildinB.
GOLD, SILVEH AND NJGKEL J.9 PLATER,
Replatlngof table and teawnre a specialty.
All work warranted to clve satisfaction.
Jr. Frank G. Runyai,
! Baeklaujrkiaaai'a Bmlldlst:
"rliy a. Braa atoa-a.
sptdal atUnttoi. (Win to th. pruarTlBa
Fenon. tl.itinf Y.llow fiprini. will flail not
accommodation at th old rcltabl.
At Tiry nuonabU ratca. Partios farnU-id
Boom oaiy (ka Mtain tnai dipic
SEWED fc J " I