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. -' ? ' - REPUBLIC). TrrrR.s"DAY JEVEXTXC. JULY II. 1881 isVSfs i KIRKS WHITE RussiaN The only brand of Laundry Soap awareUsl a first class mesial at tlio New Orleans BriKXMtlon. Guaran Ul aWlute lj lr, and for Kcneral liuuseliolel iwrvuses b tlie verj bes SOAR jpringfirltl Republic EVEXIMJ AND WEEKLY; 1 a RErCMJU prl.ts tk "w T.rk aa Ww i. twiiM rr. iiunnHH. ..... Cl(rnlga)TUtTMM. THOS. O. BBOWK, C. at. NICHOLS. rKKSlDKVT. rDT""- SPIIUfMD PUeilSHIIE C0MPAI1, Publishers and Proprietor. THK ITEMIMI KKM71H.JO tl published ... ..v..,. tn Mtit sunilAw. ajid la dellv ! J at tne rale -HOc per week. Single copies ic. I THE HKIKU' KWlinLIO 11 published . eer Thursday. u J Is one ot the moitcorn-1 plete lamllT newspapers tn the country : eight pages, markets complete. Hepiete with news and miscellany, fl Per year. , lutarlablr cash In advance. j All communications and contribution should be addressed to Curtos M iifiou, tllor.andall business letters to Thomas U. B ow, manager. REPUBLIC BUILDING, SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. T.l.ption. Wo. SO. THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 14 1817. lENIlKtl COUNTY TICKET. Representative. eifcORClr, C. RS.WMN3. Probate Judge, JOTIN 0. MILLaK. Auditor, F :rhVI.v oerk. JAMKS II RABBITTS. Recorder, b. A. T01J. Commissioner. W.ll MhKKETT Iuflrmsry Director. JrtllV M vm ART. Coroner, J M BEN'NKTT OTICK. Persons leaving the city tor the summer, or tor a lew werks. or tor only a !r days, can have the Ktrstur mailed to them, lrom this office, without eitra charge 1 1 you are eoIdk trom place t nlace. Jul drop us a postal cart and your address will be chanred. so tLal you may have your home paper every day OUKIllCII VVATKK MAKK. Jam-S4, limitation .VI ill stail 1, I'lrriihttMiii 13.-o Jul).", rirultlii H.ISH A prohihltor ordinance has gone Into elfrt-t at lelawan'. O We are to nave ciieap tuel in tpringfieid. I)i not fall to remember that The Cincinnati T(i .Snir sa The to pistol must go " It does go too often. That's what ails it. : T TTT? i , .i ;eveii jurors have been obtained fur the ... ,,.... trial of McCov, for the murder of lr North up, at 1'ortsmouth. O Ti,.iili,irtM. 9,wnitiml lnteresting issue. Cassell A. Compauv, TV and 741 Broadwaj, New York, are the publishers. I.et us sPlrct a republican candidate for the presidency who will tie entirely accept able to the mugwumps, and then let us nominate somebodj else. Columbus ha dedicated its new countv eourtimu.se. It is a supeib building. Let us hope that justice will not Ik- dispensed with-in the new building as it sometimes was in the old The democratic papers have commenced King about Maine. lather earlv in the cam paign of next vear. One thing is quite a pareit. namelj theireditors are very much afrsld Mr. Rlaine will be renominated. We may mention in connection with this that burned ponder will not Ignite or explode. Wehnd the following In Wednesday's issue of the Mansuehl Daily Xcux, owned b State Kallrojjd CommisMoner Hon Wll- Ham S. Cappel'cr, chairman of the repub lican state executive committee General Asa S. Bushnell, of bpnngtieid, is liemg quite extensive!) mentioned ftr lieutenant gov emor ou the republican statt ticket There is no man in Ohio more pop ular among active republicans than General Bushnell. while among the laboring classes he is particularly strong. The general is not we understand a candidate, but it is Intimated that if smoked out he will arcept This salty editorial paragraph appears. In double-leads, in the Cincinnati Cummer-rUil-Oii2Uey of Thursday : John Sherman is no rag baby to be kicked about by aspiring politicians. He is tlie foremost republican not onl) in Ohio, but in the nation, and he can not be re manded to a back seat b) anjbody, young or old. inside or outside of the state. The state convention to assemble at Toledo must either indorse luui for the presld ncy or refuse to do so. I his issue has been V11??"?-.-".,::?. ' '".r7u'L .orreo. upon vur ,.., .., - -"". -"-"- time has come to settle it Neither Sher man nor his friends have forced it. The professed friends of Blaine are, in opposing the indorsement of Sherman, doing what Maine would not adv ise and what he can not afford. Ia-t it lie understood, therefore, that tins opposition to John Sherman In Ohio is not In favor of Blaine. It is some thing more and something outside of that and it has a deejer and more far-rracliing meaning. The republicans cannot afford to ignore Sherman at Toledo. The) must either indorse him or refuse to do so, and take tlie consequences. The friends of .Sherman are read) to meet the Issue, aud if we are not luisinfnrmed the real friends .f Klxlne am! the true friends of the reimb- hcan uartv are entirely agreed w ith the friends of Sherman. WE HAVE JUST And find that we have a few THE FAMOUS CASH ONE Mr. Abell declares that he U not writuiK the editorials of the Chumjibni City Clf IH-r. That reliees the Cllpiier of an al leged load, and it relieves us of our appre hensions as to the damage that would be done to us b the starting of another daily. For this relief we are Indebted to Mr. AMI. Mill, e do not know as we ought to be too sure of what Mr. AMI Is going to do pr not I going to do. Mr. AMI Is an ice-dealer as well as a politician, and It Is indeed a cold ' daj when he cannot get off some frigid but ( plausible proposition In his own Denaii. e recall the fact that he assured uj, with w ater in his ejes and tears in his xiice, that he was not going to be the democratic candi date for the legislature that he could not take the time from his business to make a canvas, and did not wih to take an active part ' Jlities anhow. And now here he Is a full Hedged candidate, w ith gorgeous tall feathers waring In the 'air' Miallwe call Mr. AMI a liar and a 4 horse-thief " Ky no means He is not either I of these bad things. He simplj did not I know either his own Abell mind or the i Inscrutable was and methods of a dem ocratic county contention, that had been out of practice a year or two. bo we are not mi sure that AMI will not, after all, put a great Webb perfecting press In the ( St. James hotel building, whack oil fifty thousand Oijijxtx a (lav and ruin ' some of our amiable contemporaries and gi e e en the staid and solid old Iliri in ir . , ,.., -r.. itors will call and "put up" we think we can pull through. Meanwhile. we beg j,r Abej. right on jut I, we were not here at all. lie doesn't owe I us anything, to saj the least. Whatever he does, w e shall bear him no malice. We rather like him, much as we abhor his de sire and purpose to return the eweM tlags to the exconfederates, the next dav after he gets into the legislature, aud we are even willing to sav -with heart and pen as the late Itev. Granville Mood). I). I , used to remark. In an engagement On In A-t- And glre 'em Hall Columbia' Or wonls to that general effect. ) 1 he leading democrat ic journal of the ' countrj Is the New York H'orM, and in its 1 Issue of J ulj Hth (today) It prints letters I from xeventj recognlied leaders in the 1 labor political movement throughout the country In repl to a series of questions re lative to the probable political action of the new part in the presidential contest In I IbiS and In stale and local elections this I year. We quote from an associate press dixpatch, as follows: Keplles have been recelv ed from leaders in " states; v labor men replied ror ihetn--lvi"s or organized labor In their vicinity, " labor union men leplled favoring the national convention that was held in Cin cinnati February 22; 68 replied in favor. ' most of them emphatically, of nominating a labor candidate for the presidency in 1SSS; three opposed such nomination and four I were non-committal From the various re plies to tlie question as to the party from which the new partv will draw more large , it seems that labor men expect to get about TO per cent, from the democratic ranks aadtlO percent from the republican. A very kind and thoughtful friend who lives across the water has sent us copies of the jubilee tsstiesnf the lllustrutcJ Ltrndim Neii and the UrafAic, the most superb of all the world's weeklies We are forced, as au American, to acknowledge this Hnt we must go further than this, and say that this issue of the Jlitstnitol Ai is the moit uiagnlheent isxiie of a public journal ever priuted. and with its illuminated suje pleinent Is an artistic treasure that should le preserved, iermsnentl, among the journalistic gems of the household In this isMie one has a complete uid splendid pic torial histor of the life and career of the queen and empress who Is one of the bet as well as tlie greatest of the world's women. The t7ni;h?c and its supplement are also v cry tine. Our old friend, Kev. Itobert McClure, who used to be a newspaper man (and a good one) at Toledo, preached a sermon to the Knights of l'jthias at Irunton, in the Congregational church, and the Ileyixttr , ,,. .. . stieaksof it as follows- The order turned out in full force to hear him. Elev en Ashland Knights w ere among the number, uesiaes me Knights, the au- dience was large. Mr. Cune took his text, v. 7. chap. 1 cf II Timoth: "For (iod has not given us the spirit of fear, but of pow er, aud of love, and of sound mind." Tl e verse itself seemed to be pertinent to the doctrines of the order, for the minister in timated that It was the ritual of the order The subject of courage In battling the vices and defending the virtues or lire was the minister's theme, and in a most powerful manner did he advance the thought IVe find the following In that v er bright PP, "'" "- "' '"" The Jci'uWicdii acknowledges with thanks, the receipt of a cop of the railroad map oi Ohio, issued by Hon. W. S. Cap peller, the new commissioner of railways and telegraphs. In this connection we w ish to state, tliat Mr. Cappel'cr is about the onl man that ever held the otlice in Ohio w bo was not tlie truckling tool of the railroad corporations. William does ni duty as he sees it and lie is about as liable by "catch on" as an) fellow we know of. The K PLliuc also"acknowledges,etc ." and coincides with the Republican' cou - mendatlon THE NEWS IN BRIEF. A Belgium cabinet crisis Is possible coi I corning the arm) bill. The average temperature in Chicago fir four weeks past was SI degrees. Queen Victoria attended a garden party at 1-onl Salisbur)'s Wednesday. She ap peared feable, Oscar J. Harvey, the democratic oflicial forger, was indicted. The amount charged against him Is S11.70U. Tom l'owellsavs lie is a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor if Thuruian will not have it Sam Greer, condu. tor ou the Dav ton and I ronton railroad, was cut to piece bv a gravel traiiMiear Fairvlevv. O. A Bulgarian scheme is to have Prince Ferdinand at once assume the throne, thus confronting the powers with the accom plished fact Carroll D. Wright, commissioner of la- bor. proposes-to collect statistics on uiar- rlive. and divorce under the law nass.d b) the last congress A piece of rock from a blast near George town, Ky , was thrown a distance of seventy live feet knocking the brains out of a 14 )ear-oId son of PryorTanner. Comptroller Trenholni says the demoli tion of the charter of the Fidellt) Vatloual bank, of Cincinnati, lavs the foundation for bringing suits personal!) against the officers and directors. Base Ball Cincinnati u. Athletics l, St I Amis 2, Brooklyn 0; Mets C. Louisville 4, Baltimore S, Cleveland 1: Washington 2, Chicago 0, Boston U, Detroit 4; New York Pittsburg 3: Philadelphia in. Indiar apolis 5: Kalamazoo 4. Sandnsk) 2; Ma i' field 7. Akron 2; Columbus IT, anesville S; Islington 30, Georgetown 2. COLONS AND EMOTIONS. THE SENSE OF COLOR AS OLD AS THE GNAWING OF HUNGER. Kr.l A..Utsl vVUhViulmit Mental lin irtssttnt little the Color Mysterloua anal llli"lSrtl VVoriii" or Swlnl.urn. Xvllnw Hnil iirern. The theories of Gladstone and -Mannas that the men of the Homeric era were color Mind, beiause rf the absence from the Homeric poems of certain wonls ex presslve of certain color, have been dls proved h) more thoroiih modern re sean.li The primitive man's sense of color, or the sensitiveness of his retina to tthervibratlous, ma) not have been as fine as that of the Roman mosaic worker who could select his matcrlil of 30,000 different tints, nor as that of theGoMins weaver, who can recognize 28 000 differ ent shade of wool But the evidence goes to show that the sense of color is old as the gnawing ot hunger or the pangs of fear old as the experience that taught living crestures to discern food and to flee from danger There Is. however, reason to suppose, from certmn developmental phenomena observed 'nthee)esof chil dren and newly born animals, that the present condition of tlie color sense has been gradiiill) reached not so much in an) purticuhir species as in all species possessing it just as vision itself must have been gradually acquired Also showy colors must have been perceived before tints could lie discerned; and even now wc know, through the spectroscope, that the human eye Is not ) et developed to the fullest possible perceptions of color Now the first colors recognized by the first eyes must liav e presumably been just those we call primary vellow, red, green, blue Vellow, the color of gold, is also the color of our s tn, the brightest day light has a more oi less faint tinge even at ttoon, acconlm tc the state of the atmos phere, and this int deepens at sunrise anil sunset lied is the color of blood a color allied necessarily from time imme morial with vlolmt mental Impressions, whether of war, of love, or the chase, or religious sacrifice. Green Itself is the color of the w orhl Blue the blue of the far a way sky his necessarily always been for man the color most mysterious and holy always associated with those high phenomena of heaven which flrat inspired wonder and fear of the unknown, these colors were probably first known to Intel ligent life, and their impressions are to day the strongest So violent, indeed, hive they become to our refined sense, that in apparel or decoration three of them, at least, are condemned when of fered pure Kven the armies of the world are abandoning red uniforms, no refined jieople wear flaming crimsons or scarlets or yellows; nobody would paint a house or decorato a wall with a solid sheet of strong primary color. Bine Is still the least violent, the most agreeable to the artistic sense, and in subdued form It hold, a place. In costume ami In art, re fused to less spiritual colors THF RTROVOFl! KMOTIOs It must consequently be expected there should exist some correlation between the primary colors and the stronger emotional states of man And such, Indeed, proves to lie the case Emotionally the colors come In the order of red, yellow, green and blue. Bed still npneals to the idea of passion for which v ery reason its artistic use is bein more and more restrained. Very curious are tlie researches made by Grant Allen showing this fact of the sensual use of red. In Swinburne's "Po ems and Ballads" (the same suppressed work republished in this country under Its first title, "Ijius Veneris"), the red epi thets nppenr 159 times, while gold, green nnd blue words occur resjiectively 143, 80 and 2o times In Tenn) son's lieautiful poem, "The Princess." the red words oc cur only 20 times, the gold 2S, the green 5, the blue once With all his exquisite sense ot color, Tenny sou is sparing of ad jectives there is no false skin to his work; it is solid muscle nnd bone Next to red, the most emotional color is yellow the color of life, and of what men seem to prize next to life, gold We fancy we can live without green some times; it comes third, but it is the hue associated with all the labors of man on the earth since he began to labor. It is the color of Industry. Bine has always been, since man commenced to think, and always will be, until he shall have ceased to think, associated with his spiritual sense, his idea of many gods or of One, his hopes of a second life, his faith, his good purposes, his per ception of duty. Still, all who pray turn up their faces toward the eternal azure And with the modern expansion of the idea of God, as vv ith the modern expansion ot the idea of the universe, the violet gulf of space ever seems more mys tical, its pure color more and more divine, and uppcals to us as the color of the Un knowable, the color of the Holyof Holies. New Orleans Times Democrat Magnates In Ttielr Offlcea. President Norvin Green, of the Western Unlou compan), occupies a handsomely furnished big room for his office, and sits there in modest state, with n clerk or two near b) President Chauncey M Depew has even a larger room, all to himself, in the Grand Central depot, but it is not either expensiv ely or fully furnished. He sits at a gre it table desk, and at his left hand is n sort of short column or pedes tal, dotted vv ith electric, call buttons bear ing the names of the officers of the Ccn trul railroad His clerks are in other rooms, and he is left alone at his work. You could not swing a kitten m S V White's ofhte, it is so smalL There is just room in it for the banker's roll top desk and clmlr Ernstus Wiman has a little -slanting topped, old fashioned desk jammed against the wall between two windows in a space railed off at the head of a big room that hums with the noise of a host of clerks, some of whom have their disks liehind the rail b) his Hugh Mc laughlin, of Brooklyn, the most powerful political leader in this country, has an old fashioned desk in an auction room in a side street in Brooklyn, and sits at it all diy receiv ing callers, six days in the week. New York Sun City Girls ami Country Glrlt. It is one of the principles of modern sentiment tnat fine complexions are a country product Pink and white faces are inv ariably connected with fields and farm houses, nnd a fair and blooming skin is counted the country girl's heritage in contradistinction to that of her town sister The country girl lias not only not a lietter complexion than the town girl she has a decidedly worse complexion. Take a onniiian) of town girls anil a com luny of country girls where will you find the smooth, clear, fresh looking faces? Gent rally among the former And the thick, colorless, lifeless skins' Generally among the latter This is a fact that any one can verify b) observation Milwau kee Wisconsin My I ove Una Grown no ery Fair, Iheeiiv) of ever) girl; '1 he secret now 1 w ill declare. ' 1 is in Chaplin's Liquid Pearl. Floquet's resignation as president of the deputies w as unanimous!) rejected by that bod), and he has withdrawn it. s. f.rp v c H'od Elixir is the only vvls,V Blood HemedT guaran teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcere, Erup tionsorSyphihtic Poisoning. It purifieathe whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee It Frank 11. Cobleutz, corner Market and! High streets. I Too Vlnrh Fating and Drinking. An old ami retired banker in New York said to melitel) that he had just come from Carlsbad, where he went to tiave the gout treated Said I ! that place reall) influential upon the gout ' ' It )OU would go to auy spot in the United States where the air vtas go 1, and submit to the same diet and evenise, you would get well just as quick Tin Americans go to Carlsbad aud sti) two mouths working for health, and then the) go to Paris, and in two weeks, upon a good chimpagne spree destroy all the benefits the) hive received The same is the case even at Saratoga and our health resorts lhe wattrs are unquestlonabl) beneficial at tlmt spot if taken with some repml to diet, but the Saratoga hotels are all organized upon the theor) of feeding the s)stem to the fullest The liar rooms there for the men to re pair to are big enough for a regiment to enter. The dining rooms are prepared for 1,000 to cat at once Ppnn chicken from Syracuse, binls from the Adiron dacks, frogs from Canada pamper up the system, and wine is almost uect ssary to wash them down, so the waters one goes to drink have but n partial effect What good is done In the morning ut 8 o'clock is neutralized at 10 o'clock breakfast. After that the horse race and its incidental dis sipation, thv afternoon ride and the big supper at the lake and an evening given up to canls or billiards or drink, carry the Invalid faster towanl his grave than back from it Herald of Health Hoar to Sign a Note. Not long since a prominent woman in good society undertook to instruct the public not so well informed as herself how to write a note Her hints to letter writers appeared In a New York new spaper, and will undoubtedly prove of benefit to many of its readers All she said ou this topic was perfectly correct, from "the abomi nation of scented stationery" and the ob jectionable ragged edge note paper with colored inks, to the formula required in all notes of Inv itation 1 he article, which aleo punctured some of the affectations ot a young letter writer, was signed "Mrs Burton X Harrison" lhe nse of the prefix "Mrs " in this connection is a breach of literar) etiquette which the writer commits in common with Mrs John Sherwood, who certiinly knows better than to do mi Both these ladies have pre sented their societ) views in print a models to be followed by less well bred people, yet both are guilty of bad form in signing themselves "Mrs " No lady evet writes a note and signs it by her married title. She is neither Miss nor Mrs at such times, anil even should ahe le writ ing to an inferior, or to a stranger, the rule is the same To avoid an) mistake of address, notes of this description must be written in tlie third person With a newspaper article the "Mrs " signature is In intolerably bad taste Boston Herald Th Patient Proof" Kraaler. The proof reaeler is a patient animal, he Is a mass of erudition, knows eerj thine aiW everybody; is acquainted w ith most languages and Is ou speaking te ruis w itl a great many, and can detect a tpo graphical error, straighten out the gram mar, correct mistakes of fact nnd ratth along the whole at a rate of sp.cd thai would paralyjte the onlinary reader of i newspaper He is the one man against whom tin recording angel neTer balances the ac count. He ma capture and summarilj execute 100 typographical brigands bun on making nonsense of some interesting anil Instructive nrtiek", but it one slips bj him no recording angel drops a tear an wipes out the blot, Not a bit of it. Irate editors, furious reporters, iueen-ed iuan- gers unite to pour out their v ials of w rati on the proof reader, and if Nature, witl her grand gift of compensation, hail not pnnidtsl him with the hide of a rhiiuxe ros he might, once in a bile, feel tore George B Perry in The Writer. A Itemarkialelr. Dam. A rem irkable dam is about to lie con structed bj a water company at the Sal Mateo canyon, four miles from San Miteo Cal , in oriler to form a reer oir. Tin canyon is erj narrow and steep, an fifteen feet below the liottom is a solu rock, on which the foundation of the dan will rest. The structure will W 170 fee high, 175 wide at the base, JO feet at thi top and 700 feet in length. It will be th largest stone darn ever known to have been built The dike wdl have a curra ture of 80 feet, end the convex side will U tip stream. The material w ill be n ncn sort of concrete composed of stone Tin walls will be perfectly smooth Ihereser voir that will be formed by it and the ad jacent hills will be about eight miles ii length and 150 feet deep at the elecpest places. Its capacity will be about 32,000, 000,000 gallons. The water will be con veyed by tunnels to the city of San Fran Cisco Chicago Journal- German Cwntenarlana. By way of celebrating the emperor o) German) 's 90th birthday a list of all tin known persons in the Prussian kingdom who are older than the sovereign was completed There was one man of 13C years, another of 118 years, a woman ol 117, another of 115, two women of 112, two men and one woman of 111, flw wojien of 1 10, one man and four women of 109, three men and two women of lOtH, two men and ten women of 107, thirteen men and seven women of 100, and quite a large number who had attained to then 105th year. The total numlier of persona who gave their age at oter 100 was 100 The province of bilesia appears to be ex ceptloually favorable to longevity. Chi cago News The Country of Inelolenre. Egypt Is for everybody who is not forced to work, the country of indolence. The manana of the Spaniard finds a home here. No one eer thinks of walking Mr. Butler gives the reply of a Pasha, who was perhaps caked to get up and look at something: "All places are alike to the true belie er. The sen ant of Goel Is passive, not elective Doubtless Iblis, the accursed, beguiles inldals to Ioe walking or trael, but It is written on the pages of the air that sitting is better." Horses are trained to walk smoothy, and the fat Pasha sits his mount aud feels no more motion thin if reclining in a rocking chair Xew York Times Btxik Keitw. For Stuilenta or Tlicstlory. The Wnterbury American thinks that theological students should lie required to Sfno an apprenticeship in u newspnper office They w ould there leirn w hat to leave out of their sermons, as well as catch the newspaper spirit, which dailies what Jieople can lie most eflectiu-l) talked to about at a particular time, what sub ject is least liLel to put them to sleep, and how to treat a sleepy subjet t awakeu iugly. When a jonng man is walking with hi girl he forgets all the short nits Hyrup of 1- Ifs, Manufactured only b tlw Califoniia Knr Sjrup Co., San Francisco, Cal , is nature's only true laxative. This pleasant Cali fornia liquid fruit reniesly ma) be had at Dr. Casper's druir store, MX;, and SI bottles. It is the most pleasant, prompt and effect ive remedy known lo cleanse the sjstein; to act on the liver, kidnejs, and bowels tent 1 jet thorough!) ; to dispel headaelies. colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation. Indigestion, and klndreel Ills. CATAKKIICUKEU. health and sweet breath secured, by Shlloh's Catarrh Heme- dy. Price W cents. Nasal Injection free. For sale by K. A. Garwood. COMPLETED OUR INVOICE odd lots that we will close at a big bargain. Do not fail to go and see PRICE ARCADE BOOT AN0 SHOE HOUSE "I want some Ml.ODON I," said he "Just out" the cunning druggist sud, j "But lit re's a liquid warrtuted to 1 As good I Ur pitron turned and rlcsl, I Asking ' lo vim suppose I itou't I Know nothing equalsMiODON I " j rinin Talk. 1 1 here is a preservative principle in SOO-' DON'T that efiei tinlly preserves the teeth I from deciy Chemists pronounce It whole-1 some. Kich and poor endorse It olady ever tried it without approving its cleans ing and pui Ify ing properties It out-sells all other dentifrices Ask forMlODONT and take no substitute ' Srvi IU. s Gi 1 1 ' useful in eveiy house. A man si years of age his just ls;n liberatesl trcun the gilleysln Italy, after j having srrvesl out a term of hfty seven years His crime was homicide. "Ys.CYV PC tnat are fretful, peevish, -3v,vvs cross, or troubled with Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or Stomach Disorders, can 13 relieved at once by using Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no Opium or Morphine, hence Is safe. Price 23 cents Sold by Frank 11. Coblentz, comer Market and High streets OurM CVaBtHaCo1 1. nn-'ni, Oram 1 bTLriM-MlU. tt wkI .njr COUJCh. lDClpiDlCoi ,sa-aw tlon, ana ivUeTM rotu-u lithtna, tomutTp- (otD-uaiDU. 0 1 person la alTnra tatfr or lha.ii.--wa, Prtca 13-t. Com Ctua. Tba Gt&uioa Dr B-ir CVatoa mn la anld cnlf In vhtU wrvtyxr. and brara oar rtvtwritl Trade-Uarki to it . AtfUCtlltadtna I .rciV, .'. Strto Caution LabeL -w.J th rfavisnllasaJcriMturraof J -A H- aiflajfLi- ltt A.tMf9rt (V, Swill ITopa.rUltimora.atd., OH t hew UiaVi Pluta-The area! Tobarro Au lUMe'-rma lO tuv-ooM ht all Uruax lata. IndUpensahle In Hot M eather. VV. H. SCHAUS, QUEENSWARE, Etc., 44 SOUTH MABKKT STREfcT. - - v. "X Ctens NEW YORK Shoes FcfiLsBEsHissatkiKD. Fmhwttf thehtghest ercilten rrMinuhiurltHrta.rumfortanl & K ttHrabilttiuHtinrethrrrtgntMg M a. w lira rieieiivfni i-aar s. ma i ,... ... r,al.t-.,.f.;;as.V.ai Ourcamcis I J. 4 r.COUSINS, oa etry aol- NEW YORK. Rouse & Parsons MK'rifPrt INa.e. PlTRMTT lo the command of an execu tlonof saletsiued from the rourt of com mon picas of lark tounty. Ohio, and tome directed and delivered I Hilt offer for sale at public auction at the south door or the court house oMald county in the city of Springfield on Nntnnh.y, Vngutt 11th. K D. 1HK7, itl o'clock p m the following described m rtKai.ed premises, to-wit Stinted In the trunty ut Clark, state of Ohio, and city of MiriugrteM. bounded as fol lows Heinz the north one halt of the following described lot. ii The eat one-hilt ot the lot conveyed to Joseph Jones by Oliver S (.lark and Caroline Clark, by deed dated Au tnist ll.lv-V and recorded in volume 44. pane "Ml. of the Ired Records of Clark county. Ohio, beiuj; parts of lots 31 and 32. as designated on a plat of lots latd out by the heirs of Oliver ( lark, deceased, and brine fifty (O) feet front on a new street, east of (.enter street, andl?9 feet deep, being the sane premises this da conveyed bvrrortcace to Lliibeth llenson. ald above described premises appraised at $,100 said alx-ve described premises to be sold by the order of Ue court of common pleas of Clark county. Ohio, in iae No. 57l. wherein fames I ooodwlii, guardian. Is pUlnttlT. and Amos IN Miller, administrator, etc. Is de tendant Terms of sale Cash WILLIAM II. liAKKH. Mirritf tlark County, Ohio. JauksP GtHiow. v. Attorney 1GIV AdmlnMrator's Sale of Keal Estate. I In pursuance it an order of the probate court ot (treene county. Ohio. I Kill offer tor s Ue at public auction on Saturday. theiM (UyofJiily. A 1. iss. at 1 o'clock p m.upon ttie premises, tne following described real es tate, situated in the county of tlark and state f Ohio, aud In the city ot Springfield, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit Uetni; tbe south part ot lot number eighty nine W). as the same Is numbered and dealg nated on lieinint a btat ot tbe tow n iiow city) of Springfield, beginning at the southwest corner c( said lot on the east line of Sprlnu street aud at the northwest corner of the city prison oratttton house, thnce running with the east line of sprlng street north seventy two feet, more or less, to a stike In the south aide of an alley, thenre east parallel n 1th tbe tuth line of said lot ninety cine (in) feet, more or less, to a stake in the east Hue of said lot. thence south with the east line of sitd lot seventy two feet, more or less to the southeast corner of said lot, thence nett with Ibe south line ofaald lot ninety nine feet, more or less, to the place of beginning Appraised at Ssni) - Terms of sale line third cash In hand, one third lu one year, and one-third In two years from the day of sale, with Interest at b per cent . the payments to be be aecured by men gage upon the premises sold M0 U0I.FF. A.imlnlstnitorot Mary X Thornton. deceised Juue.f!.lNj7 ltoTh Ad ml ills' ra iir'ri Not lee. NOTICt Is hereby Kiven tliit the uiideralaned lis hfii dutv ouolnted cud (ltla!ine.d ua administrator ot the estate ot Elleu Loney. late oi Clara county, unio, neeeasea IH bin JUH niK. . .aaawawaaaaan J UJ ( BOOK BINDERS. JJ TOIINtON UOUNK, Cv wwT M a aV, J LisanaorTHi -1-msRrrr oos'a aooa rs. Iwawl r. -AsP - "" ?l. BlSDIST, s ' QQ afc - alMr ITD weat Columbia, street. vlHUaH General Book Binders and Blank Book Mann W ' 'f METROPOLITAN-" ! ! A MEAT MARKET. a- y fcaVJ twKawatar waLwL k "- ' - .! -at-gSl TlGllflKM''JHaSalwHaWaHmBwa h W "' i -" a;wTPQ!aUaMWar7wIaaT '' .. ji' ,svaarw- IgjKaUa-irei waaa - baiaraal . ri V Aijcnts for Springfield DYSPEPSIA li dwjrwtKif well u liStiin wanpUlnt II fterilecuxl, it tnd by tmtMiirttK nutrition iu u prvwia the 1. am of lb jftwo, to pcwpx tb wftj IkU IM(m liKUDf -THE BEST TONIC Qaicklrand caraplffclj arrs lynprpin in til h forma. Ilenrtbnrn. Ilrlrhlnu. Tnntfna tlift .ol.ete ilMincbMtihl TmnnttDoblo.iil.iitioia ut lhe tppsit, and ftkts the aMimilttinn of f . KKT J T. KrastTKR. ttwi t ntnl iiattur of tin nm Kofonneil ejbaren. mlumnm HI ntj ' Httm Dfssd Brown lmu llitlrm for LHtDr-tMnk and IniiqrfMtitin I ttko crest lil.sarp lo rc m mendiDt II highly Alno roniildr it r. rptaidhl totitt and tnTVfforttnr and rpry atrDrtheninie.' llus JOSEPH O SUIT Judfto of Circuit Court, Clinton Co . Ind tart I bmtr mott chrfol trti monr to the rleac7 of Brown a Iron Bittvra fu Ujflpnpaia, and aa a tonic n Garraroa haa abovo TTad Mark and eroanad red tinaa on wrapper. TaJte aa other. Made only bf BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. B. tJOXtatttSK, i dbktal riaLuaa. Rooms 5 A 8. Mitchell Block T.J DI.T11T, S.E Cor Main &ua Market Sti. w. U.HMITII, VtBTKS UP lCBtai TSKTH flAfriB WITHOUT r-Ik, Masonic Bc'liUn JOB PRINTERS. HS. LIMIHCKKK,y.and"7 Arosde.l'rtot er. Knxravcr and Faablonabln Mtattoner Wedding ifHxla and calling cards a speoialtf . UNDERTAKER. WA. UKUSS CO, UNDKKTAKCUrt. a OSce and Warcroorn, S W. Main it. HeildencelojW.Uuctist Only the Best Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal and Pork for ! sale here. Win. Grant's Sons 16 E. High St. A lEeilutiun For Mirket street seni-r Hfsdfd, By the council of the city of Springfield Otit i, two-thfrds of tht whole number of members elected therrtu concur rlug, that It is necessary and that It Intends to make a public lmpr.eaieut by cuiistrut.t ing the sewer hert-.u-ifter described, iccord Ing to tne plans, profiles and specifications therefor on file In the office of the city . 11 engineer and recorded in the office of the city clerk and open to the inspection ot all parti s Int-rested. and that the sewer In the sewer district both hereinafter dsr. bed, said sewer and sewer district bing part ot the plans and syitem of sewerjge for said city heretofore adopted by the council, is required and is hereby designated for Immediate ue aid sewer is described aslullows. viz r Beginning at Mill Kun sewer in the center ot Market street theme south with the cen terot Mirket street Ave hundred and sixty two feet to the south side of the Indiana. IlloouiiUktou add Uesteru railroad. Said sewer Is lu the enter street stwer district or sewer district No 4 the boundaries ol which are as follows Commencing at thelntersec tlon of the east line ot Market street with the center of Buck creek, thence with the center line ot Buck creek down the same to the In tersectlonof the center line thereof wtth the east line of tartory street, thence with th east line of factory street and with the east Uneof factory street extendtd southward to its Intersection with the south corporation line, thence eastuith said corporation line to the west line ota turnpike road formerly the sprinifleld and Clifton tu'iipike, thence with the wtt line ot said road north to the old cor poration line, being the section hue between sections 3.1 and S4.townMiip 5, ranj.e M IIS, thence with sail section line west to the east t line of Market street, thence with the east line ot Market street north to the place ot be ginning The plans and specifications required by law for the construction ot said sewer have been prepared, aud are on Die in the office of the city civil engineer tor examination and In spectlon by parties interested, and council will hear said parties at its regular ineetlru to beheld tn the council chamber of said city, on the Kith day of August, . !. 1K.S7, commencing at s o'clock p m.and In the event there should be no session of council on said night, then at Its first regular meeting thereafter. The city clerk Is hereby directed to publish this resolution tor two consecutive weeks In a newspaper of general circulation in the cor j poration Passed b Council July 12. A I , KH7. L T.THUMs,l'res.deDt. Attest J S.SHKWALTLk.CltvClerk. lolam Notice to Contractors. N OTIl'K is hereby Riven that the city ot bprlDgfleld. Ohio, will receive sealed nro- posaisa' meomceoi me cuyciers. 01 said city, for furnishing all the matei lit aud doing all the labor fur tbe erection of the Iron su peratructure of a bridge over buck creek, on 1 -a fjkN dt Paauf InalSaliftfaltsT Kl.4.4 .lwa vVm flv.nl.a. a aiKJiJ Ji-ss v., au kbiu wtji u.savas.a-1 sv tulUIJU their own plansand speciDcations for said su All proposals must be tor dolntc said work according to thoplanot abutments in the city engineer's office, and the ptins aud specific a tions furnished by the bidders on the super structure, must be signed by the full name ot all parties Interested in said bid. and by some responsible disinterested person as a guaran f tee that a contract will be entered Into pro- Tided the bid Is accepted, and must be on tile Ln'!!e7,?5V0,?i0ri','.rei,,-;iOJCi0C.k,- ?ntr?iUX.'2Ht trw,,!'h?i T.0,r. .Uilyi,Am1' 1W. to be opened and publicly read iinrae dlately after 1J o'clock of aald day. In the presence of the raayor.cltveuKtnerr.issIstsnt iltytmlneer and tlty crerk. or anytno.it them, and reported to council at the first meelnR thereafter. The city council reserres the rntht to reject any or all proposals presented I or any reaaon they may deem sumcient ltv orderof conncll IJjSbs J s.hHEft LTHt.CltyClerk tVen it-e l-a I It, rta(Mt fcnit tut f vli ukt uatcil -ti -u- Uul " . rr a G hasjwntn fir r nt tht? futall Xat-t aiw t.n in ink tNe I- llflif Ucsu CU? ( the a Mnn A L. SMITH hri,it M Pa Swiihr V'wg -ii hkf it ow WEAK MEN uJWOMCN ifcWy rur- tlri--if f ! .,rlt..llt. lMt u. ktwsswJ Irvtn ruuthfal tiro. a quietly. ..-. Vi. ' -i.t-s -srrlenrr. , Hnl. Cu UlulftJ, ( mi. HMK tMit,ll TIVI.I I'rrlVrOr rlliat.Ii- Ihe 1- II. Luwe M i Winf IP l iifffilii.D PTr- iaH 1 TO S UaYS V JIPOtirstaxJ at SW uin Slrkiurc B n rd oa ir t-tb ClnciQnstt.IlHB k. Ohio. DON'T WAIT! COME AT ONCE! BRUCE, HAUK & CO.'S QREAT LA G Hundreds of men's Sack and Fiock Suits, open or to button, high, round or sauare cut, bound or double stitched edges, cut high, medium or low. These suits, made to sell at $15, $17, $20 and $22, will be slaught ered this week at $8, $10. $12, $14 and $15. in blue cloths, plaids, checks stripes, etc. Suits for business marked down to $5, $6, $7 and $8. SLAUGHTER IN BOYS' CLOTHING I Children's $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Knee Pants School Suits, reduced to $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.25. Children's $4, $5, $6 and $7-Suits, reduced to $2.50, $3 and $4. The Biggest, Most Palpable Hit of the Season. BRUCE, HAUK & CO., POPULAR CLOTHIERS, 17 AND 19 HIGH ST. AND ARCADE. awaaawaawaasaaarawaaaanavaa-aaaiawaawasaaasaaaaaaaaaaasawawaaaa. SHOES TO SUIT THE TIMES ! IP "5TOTJ CHEAP OAXjX GEORGE C. INTO. 14 West IlVTa-ii-i St. JUecw Sll ..1.1'IXTIiMIV'J rar2cii'iiMi-riiti.MB M0rvvlswr7,uTaWutadXrUJj ncuttii iuiua v n a Waif Mla4-aXSS psTVIUITJa " " "' """ - . . EfmaaWIwa coau na wer. iMurM u iKiiutjir ua oi SSr?rs SEMINAL PASTILLES, A LAdlctalOurstfor NtTvoasDbilt7f Orron r NffTvoasDbilIt7f Orranf a sIcalDaciTin ti-nrr VI. WMlnes3idtmlcalIca7in iaccr ,,--T-"r .., SSJSASSS I ALTSt! aioa. losUHt ror 1 fvht Yt-nrs i-n tested for F f git Years ia tiaay iWosaad casm thfv Khawlstel reK'n'o n-navrrrptlv tTfd aVBil hmttwBi tjt vnan LnOiM frill a-lnTWiamt (ertwt ad foil Msalr 6trncth and irarrxu lleiuth. To those who mtaHmr rroai t ha n nj cbscnr diseaj-c-s crontM arvoot by lDienUoii.lfKarani,0rs-iftla )orluortoofrsoladal4ineKwelctljtU7ia fWQeias Sr Bun) with ataatniit of yocr trouble, and aeeoro PERSONS czn twvo FUZZ An Orclinaure To rac-ite the alley between IllRhand trash ""!Ion tr-et. from .Market sice to Center tA.Ht andai! e nortlon of VValnut allr. streei.auaaiso A portion oi walnut aiir-y. " ''""'." PetltonaiKiieU by various own ersof lots .ibuttlni: on or In the lruruediate clnliy of lhe alleys here natter desirtbed. has jbeenpresentedtocouuc.lt praying for the va ' eatlon of the; -xae. and. I , Whereas. The prcweedlUKa prorlded by law ""? """"-" ' " .. .i'.,?Z?ZX: CIF1II1 I. HIT llJa fUtll 1 V IllUllt luai I w niia aasri. bt detrimental V the Kneral lulerent.and that the same should be made, therefore, lie it onl lined by the council of tbetityof i N riinffleld.Ohio.'lhat the alley brtutrn Mih and Unshinton streets from Market space to Tenter street, and Walnut alley. beelnnittK eight) lour and oiie-half t4l feet south of the south line of Ilih street, and running thence south IVt feet.be, and the s,tuie are hereby tacated, And this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after thrtime prescribed t) law after its WxaI publication Pissed July l-ith.A I. 1V.T l K.T THOMAS. I Attest President. J HlLTrlTR. City Merk. 6lm To.i.I..ftal iMprtav T fl14lvare.S.ei lll H.rb AUdicM U VV rtuUalltia. S.ervsObl 1117 urw.br l-MrUlltrr. &. Uasiictft Co. IS ft. II life - ltuUdllu. fk. -W44 Vj il UntuiMJ. .ic!W? JDw ER SALE! T7r-t9LlS"a7 SHOES! ou HANCE & CO. Qtfce OF c&u&riof .MMilrlillH; im Icue Uri furtbrM troablM. nd mil Quc&tk iteMUjau3jUtobledtairvii. Itltn. Take ft SFR Bchuit uu a3 JiSTli lS.niran.1. et- J la.esS.. tut iracsciuR t boaincM, or csum ptua T IMVn aUCDC tvll tB J J c)ttlVsV4 ewnUiM DMijr&l pnoripMA fif &jt teuton to tl: m of d.eue m pcss net I fe 1 1 witioot dtlsj Tbt mmotxI , , wiiwamn BWUSUI UTFwaUaaVU ITIwirila. A US WwkKrt.aKafeattVtlsUa-sMHarijf.atf niik...IMliMl rfrnnrirrisMifiii giiiT mml ji m Li"liii ii jLii-udli.ujJfc TBATKT. Cu Katt. pt.TnXa.tS. Tina, a HARRIS REMEDY CO., Mrs Cut-m, 9O0WlT.AaitSlBemwt.flT TATrrff win Trial of our Appluutoe. Ask far T.rmat DRUNKENNESS Or IKe I.Unar llalilt. l'oailirl Cured by Awanlal.lerip. l)r. 1... ti.lelra S.wcilc. IteantreKlTen In a cup of coffee or tea without the knowledge of the person taking It, ts&baolutely harmleas. and v,ltt effect a permanent and apeedy cure, whether the pa tlentta a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards hare been made temperate men who hare taken iiolden Speclfle In their coffee without their knowl edite, and today bellere they quit drinlelnKof tbelrown free will. It neTer falls. Tnesya tern once Impreitnated with the pecinJC. It becomea an utter ImDossibilitf- forthetluuor appetite to exist. Forsale by Dr T J Cas- Ser, east ilain street, aud ineo lToupe, Iain and Marketatnreta.&prinelleld.O. Tk rr.t Ka.lUh PrMrrt.tlww (Jure, ftruxiteai. Spermatorrhea, J EmUsions. JuifiufrarvaiKiall Du-i eases caused bj self abuses or in-. discretion. One nactao SI. six SX. asroaxl Brmail W rite for Pamphlet, firrca Bnreaut Cluamleml Co., Detroit, Bleb. Call on or address Tliwo. TrouiH-.driia'rur. aorner Main and Markat streets. 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