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-REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVENING , JULY S. 1B8Y. ' w if U Now is the time to can. The best and cheapest Berrien of the season. I'rice, .c and $1 per drawer. h FRUIT JARS AfiD CANS: Tin Cans, per 'loz., - - 48c Wax Sealing Glaus Jars, 5r Mason's Sell Sea.T, - -$1.00 Jelly ('tii)H, - Hoc io,YsJWrt'V BARGAIN STORES, 01 and W3 Wwl Main St. and 40 Sooth Mar ket SU, HprtnunXd, O. HATS! MACKINAWS, fiOo AND 73 MANILLAS IT REDUCED PRICES Lljht Far Derbja, f 150, $2.00, $2.50 and t3. BEST VALUES ever OFFERED. Main St. Hatter and Farnishrr. PEOPLES COLUMN. KKKK AnVERTIHINO. OS AXI AFTER Toaay the Sprlngflela V Duly KrptBUC will insert suen -aas ' u "Wtu." "Lost." "For Rent." "For Bale." etc In this eolnmn one time fre. three timet tor twenty-fire cents, ana six times tor flfti cents liitcrnirfuriti.u j-ud.iaj. .May IS. IS7. WANTED. TrfAXTED Four boarders. First-class table- V? board ana nice lurnlshea front rooms one on flrstfloor. Centrallylocateo. Address Box 145. ! WANTED To rent house of six or seven ritma In is..nwtahl nelirhhorhnod. Ad dress The Bradstreet Co-city. lib WAKTEO Men who bellere that Americans should rule America, and who favor re- Ktrlctlncforelirn Immlcratlnn. to read .MIA YdVS n.IXSTRlTED W0RL0.a16-Dacepa' per: shows how many men are crowded from shops, stores, factories, mines, farms and offl ces by foreieners: how, wages are reduced, manhood degraded, and laws are defied: de nounces tne present naturalisation uwiu, alien landlordism: tells how to Join the Amer ican party, which now hat a membersnloof ne.irlTflin.flnO: three months free. rsfndlOc.to jay formaillnc. and we will send the paper for three months free. Show this offer to Tour friends MrXVOS'S ILLUSTKATKK WORLD. Phitadelnhia. Pa. l'"h TTJAKTED Oood eook. References re tV quired. Call at No. 17 Linden arenue, TTTAVrED Salesmen to ell nursery stock, i ? Full line of new and valuable specialties. CtendTemnloTtnent at fixed salaries and ex penses, or commission. Address. ictTlng ace and references. May Brothers, nurserymen, Rochester. X Y lM-as WANTED- Three honest, pushing men In your vicinity; special Inducements now; don't delay: salary from start. Brown Hroth ers. Nurserymen, Uocliester.N. V. Uf 1TTANTED- Wheel hands and polishers. If Oood pay and steady employment, so HlTH.lt 't!1ltl.'). UJtt WAXTED-A reliable man to represent our nurseries In this section, something permanent. Chas. II. Muarc .o nursery men. Newark. New York, established ls3. TrrANTEI 10JO lady acents at once: en- 11 tireiy new unaen;riHCn umu. nc. conditionally. Asents averaee to ja) dally so can tou! All about It fnee! Mrs H.F. Little. 36 Lakeside buildlnc. Chicago. III. WANTED All kinds of clothes wriucers to repair, called forand delivered: o-ders by mall promptly attended to. a. n. -Miner. IM West Main. FORSALE. OR SALE A cood cow with cair. Address ' or call on L. Tlshbereer. Cedar avenue. pORtLE A fine cabinet erand olano.for J half price, as parlies are soon to ieje uic it .n mn. t 11. Innutreat Wm.A. rays. Cooner aenue. ITStf TK)R SALE Sewlne machine; new; beautlful- T ly finished; Eve drawers, roriess inu um It cost. Call at 1 south Center street. lKtf FOR RENT. "nOR RENT House of five rooms. Xo. SI2 I Washlneton street, netween num ami i " low Sprints streets. Call at 33 west Main street. ' FIR RENT Rooms tn St. Paul cottace. I r bara cam.vmeetlne erounds Apply to .Mrs. W S Welsh. Xo.3SI. west Main street. TIOR RENT A house of S rooms on west J Hlzh street, between Shaffer and Jackson streets. Inquire of N. Myers. 176 welt Illeh street. I1 CIOR RENT Larce store room. Rent low. T. j. anarp. - TORRENT Three or four Rood rooms, suit able for small family. Inquire of Thomas r-harpe. ,4itf MONEY TO LOAN. M ONEV TO LOAX-In tarns of 1500 to $7,000. oataree to nTe years urac on un. wir ... &.1 anmiriAMU1 TiTsar iMkArxTft IS Coles.roomXo.l. Lagonda bank bnlldlns. PAUL A. 8TALEY, Attorney and Expert IB IPA.TJE1VT CASES, soMcrroB or patkht?. Room Aronrto Tlullclliur l J JL RAD?BA7YMjnaflf cu-vJ iinilliioaK SawritmcUU4mmlUmmaff SILK RIBBONS! V bt-frh.Md mt TWIDt WtMlssJsIa cthom al Wssttl 1 vi f Ism iA K4WitDtf ttlik KU4-JM At HtO. wklck 111 mtM Bsi dwr ptHd kamXf SlaM. IWsrmBsVPtl 4H4VUlrsMBsVt U Urn nrii av4 vpwmnU la Mitll. avsvt t f Pt Xlmm svtk ! sMiitf l BltsVi U iu nuvi.st ti0rtil wUU't, ! at jvtolr Im-tnantiW a)kt1,U Urt.sMsvlr mH Cwlot r rwpramt4 1 4JsMIBVrDUtav1s) of Elb twtM .F"Ml tor InMMMt trLftCt acs wmr, ttltm lavty c pstTfti -- flaV rtUauOt M tlMM ! PARIS ACtNCY. 7 Wt Bredw. Ntv Yorfc. (oAj ariuirv 5- - lm&.lmA REMEMBER HOT WEATHER, Ktery family should have a bottle of good Cholera or Diarrhoea medicine uii hand. The beit tn us are Ccuprr's HUrrbota Cure, Casper's Cholera Mixtnrr, Casper's Es. Jamaica Hing-er, roper's BUrkbrrrj and (Jeranliitu Csrmlnalhe. This last is particularly adapted for Infants. Also, the very best Hiacktirrrj Bratdr, Tlne and Cordial. Tote sold formrdlcal .pharmaceutical! uses. All for sale at t CASPER'S Drug Store, rUhar'sKlMk. afalaatrat,Jd Door Wast of l.lBasioa(BprlBUtBld. LOCAL BREVITIES. Charlie Johnslou ami Al SoliaelTer were In Troy lat e enlnc. Mr. Joint Doyle, of Kiirsjtli. Olilo. Is ls Hint; frlemLs In the city. Mr. Charlm Cain, of Da) ton, will speiii) Sunday with friends In the city. Mr. A. T. lturrows, of south I'lum street I isiting in Dayton for a few days. Olive lirancli commander-. No. 5. O. 1L ('., ill hold installation servicer this even Inp. Miss Anna Itarter, of south Market street, lias been quite III but Is now recover' ing. Judge Dewey, of Oborn, was at the Ar- cirie lat niicht,and left tills morning for C lumtitis. The tap on the central fire engine gong at 9 o'clock" this morning was caused by the breaking of a battery jar. Mr. Joe Tomlln, a substantial business man of SL Paris, Champaign county, and a live Champion agent, is in the city. Jlls Anna btalil. an attractive young lady of Urbatia, is the guest of hex friend, Mls Mollle McCarty, of Ferncliff avenue. Misses Anna Donnell and Laura Thatch er, of Springfield, are guests of the Misses Barnett, east of the city. Urbana CHtefti .Mrs. Kdward IL Dillon and little daugh ter. Margaret, of north Market street, left this morning for a six weeks" visit with rel' ath es at Columbus. The grand reunion of Clark county ol diers and sailors on August 4 and 5, prom ise to be one of the grandest things in the history of Springfield. Mrs. Mattie K. Smart, of De 1-and, Fla. arrived this morning on a visit of two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiu. M, Harris, 99 south Shafer street. Mr. Joseph It Nickum left tills morning for another nine months' tour through Michigan in the interest of the Star tobacco company. His headquarters will be Grand Itapids. Miss Mame Picking, of Bucyms, O., who for a month past ha- been the guest of friends In this city, left this morning for her home, accompanied by Miss Anna Myers. Miss Picking has made many pleasiint acquaintances in Springfield. The Tam O'Shanter lawn tennis club held thi best meeting In its history yesterday afternoon. There was a very large attend ance of members: the sport was of a de lightful character, and after the games all thenieuilierseiij)ed a very dainty lunch eon, prepared by the ladies of the dub. On last evening, at Central M. K. par souage, S'J west High street. Dr. Kunyau united in liynienlal bonds, Mr. William J De La and Miss Laura J. Cobaugli, both of Springfield. May Uie evening be far away. but when the shadows lengthen may I heir pathway 'Shine more and more unto the lrfe-t day." One of Dumas Stories. Dumas loved to laugh al the expense of EnRlii-li stiffness aud reserve. One of his best stones was this: One day Victor Hugo aud I were Invited to dine with the Duke of Deeazes. Anions the guests were Lord anil Lady Palmerston of course this happened before the rcbruary revolution. At midnieht tea was handed around. Victor Hugo and I were sitting side by side, chatting merrily. Lord and I.i.lr Palmers tou luul arrived very late and there had consequently been no oppor tunity to introduce us liefore dinner; after dinner it seems it was forgotten. English custom, consequently, did not allow us to be addressed by the illustrious couple. All at once young Decazes comes up to us and sajs ' -My dear Duiuas, Lord l'almerston beps you will leave a chair free between you and Victor Hugo." 1 hastened to do as he wished. We moved away from each other aud placed an empty chair bet ween u. Thereupon enters Ixird Palmerston, holding the hand of his wife, leads her up to us aud Invites her to sit down on the empty chair all this without sajtng a word. "My lady," be said U bis wife, "what time have youf" She looked at her watch and answered: "Thirty-five past twelve." "Well, then," said the great minister, "remember well that this day, at thirty-five minutes past twelve, you were sitting between Alexan der Dumas and Victor Hugo, an honor which you probably nevewill enjoy again in your lifetime." Then he offered his arm again to his wife and took her back to her seat without saying a word to us because we had not been presented! Cor. Home JournaL The First Ucbtnlna; Kod. If we are to believe au Austrian paper, the first lightning rod was not constructed by Franklin, but by a monk of Seuften- berg, in Bohemia, named Prohop Diwisch, who installed an apparatus the 15th of June, 1754, in the garden of the curate of Prenditz (Moravia). The apparatus was composed of a ole surmounted by an iron rod supporting twelve curved up branches, and terminating in as many metallic boxes filled with iron ore and closed by a boxwood coier, traversed by twenty-seven sharp iron points, which plunged at their base in the ore. AU the system was united to the earth by a large chain. The enemies of Diwisch, jealous of his success at the court of Vienna, excited the peas ants of the locality against him, and under the pretext that his lightning rod was the cause of the great drought, they made him take down the lightning rod which he hail utilized for six years. What Is most curious is the form of this first lightning rod, which was of multiple points like the one which M. Melseu after ward invented. La Lumlere Klectrique. A WrluUI. la l'lioto. A "wrinkle" just now is to have your photograph taken on a dark background. here the features are suited to the strong contrast a highly classical looking picture is the result. In most cases, how ever, this contrast is too trying. For the Average plaiu mau or woman there are in termediate shades, which are quite effect ive, but it is very difficult to net the richt one in each instance without experiment ing at considerable expense. These shades are in general a bright coffee color, and the tiarlicuUr tone which is most desira ble is within the modifications of this color Brooklyn Citizen. YOU GET -AJST HOlsTESO? CTJT FROM GRAND ARMY MATTERS. Comparatively L.lttl BuilBMi Traii.nrtt.il KirurMon, Social, Ktr. Comparatively little business was trans- arted at the regular meeting of Mitchell isist. No. 45, (!. A. IL, last nltiht. Then was a rood attendance, notwithstanding. Two new recruits were mustered in and two applications were received and referred to the proper committee. An imitation was received from those in charge of the great soldiers' and sailors" re union, to lie held In Springfield August 4 and 5. for Mitchell post to attend in a body and take part. The Invitation was aecepteii and the iot decided by resolution to hold no meeting ou the evening of the fourth, although that is their regular meeting night. An invitation was also acceiiUsl to attend the hard times social to be given by the Ladies' Aid society of the S. or . next Monday evening. The iost likewise decided to accept the invitation of the Woman's KeliefVorps and will attend the excursion to the Orphans' home at enia in a body next rimrsday This is said to be the first excursion ever run from Springfield to thu home at Xeuia. and there is great anxiety to take pait in it The post quartermaster. Comrade Is.iae Kindle, presented his quarterly rejsirt as follows: IIiipqrARTV-a MiTCHM.1. Post, Xo.4A, ) DkrAHTMiwoi Ohio. (i. K.. SrsiMimta. I .. .1 line i. 1SH7. 1 CmiKsiiKs I have the honor to present Ihe following financial report of this post for the quarter endiug June :ul, lbs, KECKIITs. Balance last report .?r W KrceiDt" from all sources dur ing quarter . .. "o 75 uss U lllsIHIKsKMKNTs. Per capita tav.K. memln-rs at .'cents each .... . . s li". "i" Other disbursements . .. :ri It Cash balance on hand KKIMKT K HK1.IKP KITN1I. Amount on hand at last report ih'.l (tt Received from all sources for 411 37 rZ72 7 this fund 2 no !!( Expended during quarter . .. Balance on hand VALVE OK IllsT I'ttol'KltTY. Cash balance post fund Cash balance relief fund. ..- Cash Invested In furniture. Macs, etc. M is :llii A .rttc .. lit; ss .. 4ll 11 Total 7s;l S2 Yours in F. C. and I-, Isaac Kinpi.e, Post 0.uarteniiastcr. To Comrade James K. Stewart, Com mantling PosL THE "ORCHESTRONE." A Hare Musical Novell) Just Iterrived In This Clt). It. F. Brandotu .V Co., Ihe Arcade music dealers, who are never behind in the matter of enterprise, hae Just received a musical novelty which is attracting wide-spread in terest and admiration. It is called an or- chestrone and in general apearanee ery much resembles an elegantl) -finished cab inet organ. It lias eight slops, is worked by the feet, and, when closed down, looks very much like a pretty liunlette, or any other of the standard organs. But it can be played be anybody and a man with no arms is just as capable of playing it as anybody. The orcliestroue is purely automatic The music is "fed" into it in the shape of long strips. with holes and slits cut in them, much as in the case of the small orguinette. But the addition of the eight stops makes a world of difference, and the roost exquisite effects can be secured by their manipula tion. Any tone or combination, from the swelling power of "full organ" to the dainty plaint of the "vox huinana," is at the command of the operator. The orclies troue is decldedlya charming instrument. FATAL RESULTS. ICbert Itarura Hit- From Hie KnVl-lii of lnjnrles NualalneU by Hit tiiltstoii of a Toy Cannou. Kobert Barnes, the eighteen-year-old son ef Mrs. James Karnes, of -'! Ijtgouda avenue, died at 10 o'clock this (Friday) morning from the effects of injuries sus tained by the explosion of a toy cannon on the Fourth of July, it will be remembered that two fragments of the iron buried themselves In his neck, one of which could not at first be extracted, as it had imliedded itself in the wind-pipe. On Wednesday, it was removed.but the o- tration was a severe one, the trachea and asophagus having both been torn aud lacerated. The boy sank rapidly after the operation, and died this morning. ioung liarnes was an exauiplary youth, and his death la a very sail one. The funeral is not yet announced. A SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Mrs. Hall Falls Through a Cellar lloor anal Has Her Skull Itxdljr IVm-niirtl from Which She Will I'robaMy )!." Mrs. IIa.IL. wife of Elijah Hall, living about six miles out on the old Clifton road, met with an accident yesterday afternoon that may result iu death. She was stand ing near the cellar door at her house and happened to step on it, when the door gave way and let her drop into the cellar lielow. The door broke in such a way as to fall In on top of her and on her head, fracturing her skull, from which she was made uncon scious. She has remained so ever since. and Dr. Russell, who was called, says she cannot get well again. rroblbitlon Itatltlratloa. Last night the prohibition club met for the purpose of hearing reports from the convention, ratifying, etc The meeting was interspersed with some good singing, under the direction of S. W. Martin, as sisted by a number of young ladies aud grata. It. S. Thompson was called on and gave a lengthy report of the state convention and its proctsedings. He said Springfield must have the convention next ear- -a sen timent that was loudly applauded. The secretary read a letter from Mother .Stewart In which she said she was sorry she could not assist ersonally in ratifying, owing to sickness. Messrs. Colvin, Martin, Ludlow, Young, and others followed in brief ad dresses. Pleasant Part). Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jackson entertained their friends very handsomely last evening at their home on east Columbia slieeL The evening was siient iu sociability, music by Prof. Morse, and the discussion of an elegant siiper. The guests were Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Itobinson, Mr. ai.d Sirs. E. D. Coates. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. lirasslield. Miss Fields, Miss Franklin, of Indiana, Miss Lizzie Bonds, of Winchester. Ky., Mr. Fred. Hale, Mr. Blackburn. Mr. James Kadden and Mr. John B. Kiehard son. Reunion of lh First ami Neeoml O. V. I. The second annual reunion of the First and Second regiments, O. V. I. (first three months men) will take place at the Sol diers' home, Dayton, O., Thursday, July 21, the twenty-sixth anniversary of the first battle of Bull Bun. Company t, Spring field Zouaves, will hold their coinpanv meeting on the same day, at same place. The address of many of the above regi ments not being known, newspaiers will confer a favor upon those who were first at the front by copying the aliove. hpeelal Kales. II. M. Brooks, cut-rate ticket broker. No. 70 Arcade, is selling first-class tickets to Chicago for ." r0. Same will continue on sale until the Kith at above price. AMONC OUR PEOPLE. A Partial 1. 1st l Our llritecntntlf Pro. lesftioual and tluslne.. Men. Mr. Alfred KnlTensterKer Has met with gteat sutress with his popu lar hernia remedy. Kerently a citien, after trying many physicians, spending three vears of misery ami much money In seeking relief lor hernia, or rupture, was referred by an eminent physician to Mr. Allied ltatIensH'rger. Without a wonl of promise or claim for his treatment. Mr. BahVnspergcr took the patient to two of Springfield's InM known citizens ami lead ing business men, whom he had successful ly treated for hernia, ami asked the single, simple question- "If you had a friend with hernia, what would jou adUse'.'" The en thusiastic, prompt reply of both tut "Send him to you. No money could deprive me of the lienelil of your IrealinenL" The pa- tii.tit ttroeoinmsl mniv.lf more fhfiti &.iti lied ami at once placed himself in Mr.' Itaf- fetisiterger's care. Thousands of triple are wasting years of pain and distress and large sums of nionev, when they could ! at once and fully relieved by .Mr. Ualfen- sperger's treatment. As a proof of his excellence we submit the following, which speaks for itself Si'KiMii'iri.u, o., April ;;. I.ss7. Mr. A lUrTensperger Di viiSn: Please accept mv most heart felt thanks for the gistd )ou have done me in lilting one of your trusses on me. It has lieen six months now since ) on put the truss on me, and from that time to this day I have It-It like another person. It is so easy and helpful to me that I would not do without it, let the cost In' what 1 might, and i can truly say that I would not take Si. 000 for it if I could not get another just like it. You may use. this as a reference if vou wish. Yours rcsiieetfnlly, 1). C. Wnu:. Mis.rs W. A. :ro.s i t:i. Are undertakers in very high standing, and iu preparing the remains of our friends for their long rest they use very rare careful ness anil attention in all their work. They are very courteous, provide every known style of casket that may be wished, furnish all kinds of funeral equippage, crapes, conveyances, etc., and are gentlemen who could hardly be praised too highly for their kind observance of their duties, and their very honorable mode of dealing with all patrons. V Lake pleasure in commencing them to all as worthy of the confidence aud trust of all who may have invasion to re quire their services. By courtesy of Messrs. W. A. Gross A Co.. we have borroweit and submitted the following to show how they are appreciated in other localities: We, Ihe undersigned citizens of Green ville, Ohio, hereby certify that we were ac quainted with W. A. Grists ilurlng his resi dence In our city, and know him as an honorable and upright citizen in everv re specl. and by punctuality ami a thorough mastership of his business, he acquired the lead !u his special line. We most cordiall) recommend him to the citizens of Spring field, of which city he Is now a resideiiL as thoroughly understanding his calling as funeral director, and furthermore that eoti fldeiice imKsed In him will not be mis placed. W. D. Kusli, real estate broker; C. W. Garoulte, pastor First Christian church; Otto Gutlieil. druggist; J. II. Brandon. 8UK-riutendent of county infirmary; J. II. Curtis, successor to W. A. Gross &. Co., funeral director. Mrs. A. a C. W. Dunliip Are medical gentlemen of whom too much could hardly be said in praise. We make no charge for this article aud assure all that il 1-miur-u vtihiiuiu mcir iiisjiiiauou or Kiiowieuge even. ve uo tmssiinpiy lor the reason that they are physicians of verj extensive, practical, great skill, ami cure many who otherwise would have died at an early day. We realize that the country is full of ailing people who might be cured or he!ied and go on their way rejoicing by consulting physicians of skin ami well rec ognized ability: gentlemen who, like these, have a very high reputation to sustain, ami deserve the most honorable mention. It is somewhat surprising that the further one ges-s from home the better and more favor ably he finds that Dr. A. llunlap is known. Me rs. K.J. Wllllsi Son, At 'JO south Limestone street, are among the leading sanitary plumliers and steam and gas fillers of the country and have the reputation of doing the best kind of woik, as well as being first-class men to do busi ness with in everv respect. Our best phy sicians say that a very large part of sick ness in a general w a), is due to defective plumbing, and we therefore feel called upon to state the fact and give it widest circulation, and advise all to hare their pluiiibiug done by some such first-class firm as the one named, who are gentleimn de serving of the most liberal patronage. The also carry a tun line of force and other pumps of all kinds, which are sold at the lowest figure. Mr. N.C MrC'iltrlirun, The newly-apS)inted gentlemanly and courteous manager of the iiopular Standard leato., isimes well recommended from oilier places where ho has filled a similar position, lie is a gentleman rarely nift with; very courteous obliging, ami is win ning new laurels and golden opinions among our best citizens, who take plea-ure in welcoming so genial a gentleman to our city, ami extending tiie right hand of fel lowship to him, all hall. The company he represents Is one of thu most reputable in the country, and has offices in all the prin cipal cities in the country. Mr. .1, Milirtrvj, The courteous and obliging agent of the Erie Express company at this imint, has given the best jsrsslble satisfaction as Un representative of that coinpanv at this jsiitil. and is emphatically the r gilt nlan in the right place. He is a thorough-going, practical business man, is unusually accom modating, and has won gulden opinions while here during the year that he has been with us. He has fifteen years' constant ex perience, and we hear him spoken of on all sides iu the most praiseworthy manner. Mr. VI. A. (li.hla May truthfully be said to be in Ihe front rank of our best photographers, and to tie esiiecially commended for his assiduous care and attention to gain the best isissible satisiactlon to all. He is a thorough gen tleman to ueai with, ami au artist who is a vwttoi.w, street, will please every one. ami convince them that he fully deserves all that we could say of him, and has notably excellent work in that line. To Kniertntn the vi.iiinr wheelmen. The regular meeting of the bicycle club -, ll, ... l., r.r.tui, .Hi. 'rlJ I'llirill .LT- lic interest was transacted, and the club ad ....,., 1...T.I l.t -..-... ...... 1... ...... i:i r ....i. journed to meet next Thursday evening. I lie matter "on at present is the comple tion of arrangements lor the entertain ment of the uiemlHTs of the Ohio division L. A. W., which winds up ilu-ir annual meet here ou the afternoon ami evening of July:!. A grand banquet will lie given at the Arcade hotel in the evening. The venerable patriachs of the Grand I'nited Order of Odd Fellows, of Spring field, will set up the patriarchs of Benja mins lodge 1771, of Urbana, on Satuiday evening, July '.. They will give an exhibi tion drill on the square at 7 o'clock. The niemliersof the association ate requested to lie present at their hall on that evening. I'rbana Citizen. leonard Taiiurenther, a German, was fined S3 and costs for being drunk ami dis orderly, in the police court, this afternoop. Ilroivel. Dr. W. W. Hall has removed his office to 7i east High street, between Limestone and Spring. Office hours: s to 11 a. in., I to : ami 7 to H p. m. LIGHT DERBY IN BANCROFTS Iti-Hl K.lnle transfers. K. E. Me.Vally to Michael Swartz, lot in Edwardsville: S130. B. II. Warder to John M. Marshall. lot on Nelson street: 5-100. Henry llronn to John II. .Meliitiger. lot iu Stroud's additmn: St.-MKI. W H. Baker, sherlft, to W. W. Diehl. I lot iu Shettel's et al. addition' SI. 100. I Executors of John Ludlow to I). C. Wil-' Ham, two lots m Ludlow's addition: SW0. . S. Noble Ktug to lieorge F Harris lot I on College avenue: Sl.oOt). I , . . , . ., ' ' t.corge Katlelto V . p. A o. Itailroatl i company, a small tract of field township: -.u. land in Spring- Patrick Welsh to John and Catherine Welsh, lot on I.agtiinla avenue- il'.UO. David West to .'ity of Springfield, proli- ''rt' f,,r m'w -"et house: :,o.Vl.l lulia Ann Kcllv to city of Springfield. property for new market house: is.o.io. Ceorge Spenee to Ann Dielerle, lot on Jackson street: S.".7.V Man M. Tiers to Ceorge Crasla. lot in Tiers's addition: S:iY Michael Welsh to Nellie Welsh, lot on Central avenue' SI00. Elbe A. (iritlitb et al tu James Fleming. one-Uurd interest in n acres of html iu (reene township' ;700. Mary (ielselbreath to ElicaMh Colling liatu. lot on Karlovv street: Sl.'.tl. John C. Miller to Mary U ami Mattie J. Swayne. lot on west Pleasant street: S'-'.XOtl. It. F. Funk et al lo Jacob Scowden, lot on west High street: S:"..00O. P. J. Cole to Mary B. Sinner, lot in Coles's heirs' addition: Sl.:".0. Jane Bowilel to Mary E. Stokes, part of lot In Hlls's heirs' addition: JIM. E. (!. Dial to Jane Btivvde, lot In HiN's heirs' addition: S'J"U. David Musseliiiaii et al to I.ydia A. Brown, .'' 7-lou acres land in Bethel town ship: s,4.('..'.0.;r.. H. C. Kicritti Anton (Ireilier, .'. ..V11KI acres land in city: S")..r.V. Jacob Scowden to B. F. and J. A. Funk. !ot on Isabella street: S-.0U0. Executors of John Ludlow to Susan C. Ballard, lot in Ludlow heirs' addition: S-t('. John C. Stage to Sarah I Baker, lot on west Jefferson street: Sl.UIKI. M. McDonald et al. to Hugh McDonald, lot on east Columbia street: SI. Frank It. Wells to Chas. A. Bauer, lot in Edwardsville: Si".ti. Executors of John Ludlow to Edward Diet7el. lot in Ludlow heirs' addition: 34'i.V J. F. JIcGrew to Bell A Dent, lot In Olmichain's addition: Sir. W. 11. Baker, .sherlft. to E. K. De Nor mamlie, lot on Isabella street: S4s.v Joseph Champagne toCityof Springfield, part of lot in Lowrv's addition: J.0. O. W. Kelly to City of Springfield, part ot 'J lots in Lovvry's addition' Si. James H. Nelson lo Cltv of Springfield, part of lot iu l.owiv's addition: SGoo. Henry Hubert to A. L. Baker. lot in Hu bert's addition: sJ'-Jso. Eli Davidson to Trustees of Nation Chajiel. " of an acre of laud in Pleasant township: Slot). Thomas L. Murphy to Mary Krupping. lot on Winter street: SI. .Morris Zimmerman to Christian Lohrer. lot in Zimmerman's sub-division: Stk). Amelia Llebold to City of Springfield, parts of : lots in Lovvry's addition: SO. S'.I4. Antoli Singer to City of Springfield, part of lot in lowrv's addition: St. Samuel Beale to Mary llershiser. lot on Taylor street: Si George Braill Thomas and Laura It. McKeever, lots in iirain'.i first addition: SI.200. Frank Carr et al. to John F. Johnson, lot in New Carlisle: S000. Emma B. Gaily to Burt C. Blake, lot lu Johnson heirs' sub-division, SMKl. Boss Mitchell to city of Springfield, lot on Center street: S2.WM). W. N. Sronfeto Maiy V. Hughs, lot in Stroud's add., SI.'JuU. J. N. StiN'kstill to Jelome Walker, lot In New Carlisle: Si 75. J. T. Tuttle to August Hibscliinan, lot on Shaffer street' 51.1 '''". E. E. McNall) to Michael Swartz. lot in Edwardsville: Sl:iu. B. II. Warder to John M. Marshall, lot on Nelon street: S400. Henry Brown to John II. Mellinger, lot In Stroud's addition: SI.'Joo. Executors or John Ludlow to D. ('. Wil liams, two lots in Ludlow's addition: i'MW. W B Baker, sheriff, to W. W. Diehl, lot in Shettel's addition: Si, 100. 'THE BEST IS ill M ylrfflRC Many persons are under the impression that Ivory Soap is ex pensive, and intended for the use of the wealthy only. The foct is' price is lowcr th sidered, for in the "Ivory" no " , .. . ,, ., arL ubcu- M' ulc ouyer gcis an h.irml(ssnp;; jinmhilitv' nml j-fTirTfrirv' nilmir nf its ln-mrr njvi fnr aii purposes with equal satisfaction and economy in the families 0f ,he rich or noor A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 'Ivory';" they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. Copyright, 1886, by Procter A (iauiWe. .A.IRSIEI.A.ILiL & CO., pnoPRiBTons. . jriL vjsr vcvS . jUrjjl". H- - '"v. """ - 2M2 tfiaasaaTil HI HaWsf nlia9savaiTnn8Biaixaia 7jsVi3rCWvlkvCa9nvaiiaaaflEEjFTsaJ TOeeajM WAjJNDRXi HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO. GIIIHIS CVI.I.ED F0H AND UEMVKKF.H. TELEPHONE 188. $4, $3.50, S. Noble King to UeoigH K Harris, lot on College avenue- ?l.ooii. Mary M. Tiers to Peter Feree, lot IU Tiers's addition: S'-'lo. .Mary M. Tiers to Win. M Muggins, lot in Tiers's addition' :ioo. 11. II. Wartler to E. W. lloss. four acres 1 Ian. I In city: i.0im. r- .viyers to .. r. iroul. prtqiertv on west High street: i.S.Ooo. John Olds to Joshua E. OM, lot in New Carlisle: iS75. T. II. roiey to.lames Melleth, :j :-IKi acres land in Springfield township i'jsr,. . 1,1,.K'.Jo"17,.,. 'I"'"""' ! Carroll, lot in A. Idee s addition: Sl.tUii). i,,.,,, tJM,v to M.,.... i..i... ... .i lot on east Columbia street: $!"0. An Amerlraii Article Of most careful and original manufacture. Co'gate's Cashmere Bouquet Toilet Soap. lio Vl.ll the It. .j, u I'miip. lo enable vou to do this the Bee Line will sell excursion tickets to Davtnn ami return at one rare for the round trip. I ickets win lie good going only on train leaving Springfield at 7::t.t a. m. Stunlav July mill, and gon.1 returning on July loth aud Uth. 1 assengfrs can go on Ihe aliove train, lemaiii all dav at the camp, and ar rive home at 9:4.' p. in. Kemcinlier the low fare, only 70 cents miiiiiI trip. i. II. KMUlll. Agent. lte l.lii. Kieursl.in To Dayton ami Soldiers' Home, on Sat iirda. July Uth: route C. ('. ('. I. Ky. Train leaves Springfield at 9:-J0 a. m.. re turning leave Davtnn union det at tt p. iu. Fare for the round trip nulv Ml cents. Tickets will be on sale on the train from Davtou to the Home and return at i". cents each. The cars are run direct to Ihe Home without change. Tickets are now on sale at the Bee Line Arcade detiot. (i. 11. K.N'liiHT, Agent. New Departure. Straley .. Co. are convinced that the cash system is the only true waj of doing busi Iness, so on am) after Monday. July 11th, they will sell for cash in hand, but at such prices that it will pay you to buy. You will lie astonished at the low prices they will make if you call and price their goods. The new limited train on the 1. It. ,t W. offers advantages to first-class travel to be had via no other route from Springfield to the west. Take this train leaviug Spring field at 7"2S a. m., city time, for Chicago, St, Louis, St. Paul. Kansas City. Denver, San Francisco ami all points west. The only exclusive baby carriage store in the 1'uited Statesis at No. 271 Wabash avenue. Chicago. The large ami beautiful display of the celebrated Holuuii Adjusta ble Baby carriages is the wonder ami pride of the people of the great northwest. See advertisement in another column of tli Kkim inn , ami sfii.l f,u their handsome catalogue. Nagy Karolyi, Hungary, so lately de vated b fire, has now liwii destrojeil bj a tornado and water-isml. Many persons were killed. .lav Gould's son George is seriously ill at Manhattan Beach. 0WEIG J?UR r riEAArVi DftPRICES I SPECIAL flAVORI &AKIrJt5 2 HowDel EXTRACTS; NMUHAl FRUT riAV3S MOST PERFECT MADE repjnil tlh strict jvjjanl to Purity, Mrcncll u.'i llealtLfu'ut-f- Mr 1'nct-i lr he on'j B.A. . I'owtier that t.M. n- n Anitno la, l.itu" i--Vum. Ir lnr hstra.tr, utiilU, txtuui. rtc Jjijf d-lju-ly P-ICE BAKirm PtilVD'H CO . Ctucaoo cJ St. ltils THE CHEAPEST." for ordinar' soaPs- lualit' co"- cheapeners " or "makeweights" ,, r , ,. - true soap lor ner money, us S3 -AJSTD fT? iCri-- ID w.HIGH 31. ' I p SPRINGFIELD. 0. 1 WE DON'T GIVE GOODS Air, BUT WE COME AS NEAR TO IT AS WE CAN. THIS WEEK, SPECIAL SALE OF MEN'S A.T THREE DOLLARS A PAIR, GOOD "V.A.IVCTE1 -AT TPIXrJEJ. All the odds and ends of our $10 Suits have been marked to $5. These make about 20 bargains for somebody. special iRTjnixr onxr BOYS' SUITS. A lot of suits at $2.25 ; a small lot at SI.G5 ; also, at $1.50. The greatest bargain of all is our TEN DOLLAR SUIT! We have over thirty -five styles of fine suits at $10 each. All fresh, new goods, and worth from $12 to $14 a suit. THE LONDON CLOTHING CO., NO. 29 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET. HUFFMAN & RICHTER, TAILORS, INVITE INSPECTION THE UTE5T SPRING STYLES. No. 31 East Main Street. COCA WINE! A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIGORATOR. Benefiicial in General Debility, Exhaustion, and just the thing to help you through the hot weather. Large bottles, $1. CHARLESLUDLOW & CO.. Pharmacia, 55 East Main Street. WHELDON WHOLESALE AND JACKSON A SPECIALTY. BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTHRACITE & BLOSSBURG Stove and Kindling; Wood. Agents fur Hard Coal Co. and Franklin Coal Co.. of Jackson, O. Office and Yards: Corner Washington and Mechanic Streets, Springfield, Ohio. Telephone 254. ANDREWS W J 42 AND 44 MITCHELL'S BLOCK, Have to say that they are always ready to supply the trade with everything in the line of Housekeeping, Parlor and CHAMBER FURNITURES KIITHKN AM, MMNU ROOM OUTFITS, Stoves and Ranges, Dishes, both earthen and tin, Velvet, Body Brussels, Ingrain. Rag Carpets; also, Baby Cabs, Refrigerators ; in fact, everything that can be for use or comfort. 10 per cent, saved by buying of us in money and time. Please examine our s ock and be convinced. -DCflSTT BUY YOTTPil FURNITURE UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S NEW STORE, 74 W. MAIN ST. Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember the place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam. STOCK S2.50, PANTS & MERRILL, RETAIL DEALERS IN & SOD! PUTNAM