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'5CA S ?S"Sfc3S ' " V 1'-:-. . HEPITBLTC, THTJRSDaV EVENING. .TULY 'Wl il ilTIWlfttf ill1 " Wl"flBVEflL'HWt I W'I'Hi'h'li" ' lilU ' I " ii i ' III i '' . HiMlMll ' . ? t9K3L.EQibX r I 111 III 1 II 111 III W HWIiMIII TIMI Ml lllllll I III II FT IT I II 1 '' ". iT it. Ihjv - . Ill !! I.l II I I , 3 Ci?fry s-J,l 2 m me ' .-&. --M 'il -51 i i piiiiurn nrnrun mm btnuu I Learn How to Live! Just HecelreJ a Fresh Supply C Honor's Kolled Oats,!-.' 1-2 cts. per two pound package. Jloner h (fat Meal, of per lit. Honer's llolletl W heat, 12 l-2t per two-pound package. HonerV (.'racked Wheat, ." 1 1t. HonerV Wheat Farina, 10c lh. Popine, Wheat Meal and the fHmous Lock port Mills Kntire W heat Hour, at either store. BARQAIM STORES, 01 and V3 Wawt Mala Su and 40 South Mar. krt SU, JrlnBnld, O. HATS! KACKINATVS, MANILLAS AT REDUCED PRICES Lljht Fur Derby, $1.50, $2.00, $ 2.30 and $3. BEST VALUES eier OFFERED. BLACKBERRY COMPOUNDS. .t this season ot the year the blarkterrj preparations are lu dein-iml. lJr laiperhM lu stock the best qualities of Old Blackberry Brandy, Extra Blackberry Wine, Fine Blackberry Cordial, Extract Blackberry Root, Blackberry and Geranium Car minitive. K ( for iummer aud iliirrh.e in it Imw tnniMt-s lr Oanr h Itlatfcbf rrv ami tiera uin .iruiiuallte M the bent article matlt for Infants ant children nv rery family uliuulrt havea UuIm.u hand, it U iut up In Stand MV bottles Thoih.r article art o!J In bull or bottles to utt Ml tor sale at low est price l CASPER'S Drug Store, rUhor'sliiork, Mlbbtret,3.l Duur Wect f Ltint4tuue3prlut1rld. LAST TRIBUTE t It IIK.I1 UlTKIi MltK. Junn .M. Clr.ulMlou .1,310 Jnly I, Clrrululluii lH.M.O IuItA, 1 IrrulMtlun N.tO LOCAL BREVITIES. wU Main SU Hat tor and Faralshrr. PEOPLES COLUMN. FKKE AD KKTISINtl. ON AND AFTER Toily the SpringBeld DiiLT RrrcBLio will invrt inch "At" Wnw. -Lost." "For Rent." "ForSle." tc In this rolamn one time tree, three times lor twenty fie cents, and six times tor fifty cents THESPRISUFIELDPCB.CO. .May23.17. WANTED. WWTED Lady acents.by the Sprliur&eM Cirset Co. southwest corner ot I'leasant street and Linden avenue, fcprlncfield, O. lWa TTJXTED Inrentors nf new and ueJul IT devices to call on Campbell 4 firidley Patent Attorneys, Bookn-alter bulldlnc lua w AVTFD fllrl-Inqnlre at 170 west Illcb ct. i'tu TTTANTED-FTerybrtdy to eet that Idea pat V ented Call on Campbell tiridley. pit ent attorneys. tree Itookwalter block. Adflre !K?b- WANTED At IIS sooth ellow tprlnts street, a cood. reliable Klrl to do eeneral hoasenorkln small family, ence Apply at once. .Must have refer- 1(711 "TTA"TEH-Olrl-flerman Protestant Ctrl II for ceneral housework In a small family Permanent home and rood waces references required Vddress. Lock box U. city l"5tt T7"ATF.I alesmen to sell nursery stock II FulUtneof new and valuable specialties Steady employment at fixed salaries and ex penses, nr commission tdress. clvlnc ae and references. Jlay tlmtliers. urserjmen, Rochester. N" lM as TTTANTED Three honest, pushlnc men In if youricinlty. sieclal Inducements now don't delav salarv from start Drown Hroth ers. Nurserymen. Rochester. X llmr TITATEIV Tl heel hands IT Ooodpayand steady Hi n II t 'i I il lit! I and iMtlisbers, ent ' ll'v TIJAKTED-A rellab.e man to represent our if nurseries In this section, bometltlim permanent. Chas. II Muart i Co nursery men. Newark. New ork. established IM2. WAVTED KUKi) lady anents at ouce, en tlrely new undergarment, outfit free conditionally Acents averaee lln to fa dally so can vou' All about It fueel Mrs 11. F Llttle.36 Lakeside building. Chicago, III ITTANTKrv-H kinds of clothes wrlnsers to IT repair called forand delivered, o-ders by mall promptly attended to. A M. Sillier. 164 West Main. FOR SALE. IOK S LE (.ultar. price neitlllKh street. (all at la pORS.LLOHTRAI)E- L Indiana -Three fo i farms In Well Improved Will trade for Kood J-prlncficld property Pa essh 1lffer ence John II Johnson, comer Market and lllKh streets 't FORSsLE A No 1 family or Kcnerupur pose horse flie years old One splendid draft horse eleht years old Also two fresh milch eons, jcood and gentle. Call on or ad dress iteonte rnelt, Springfield. O It lr TOR-HLE A fine cabinet grand plano.for T half price, as parties are soon to leaie the city and must sell Inquire at Wm. A. Fay's Uooper avenue Fay's ltt nORS4I.lv X lyflnlshe.1 fltedrxwers Forless than half ewlni; machine, new, beautiful Call at I1 south tenter street 1311 FOR RENT OR RENT- House ot eight rooms, hall and n Improv Call.U. II. "F? T bath ro.ua. modern Improvements cs and water In house Linden atenue Phillips. 7 H.ii FOR RENT -Tsioor three unfurnished rooms Inquire at 91 west High street. Refer ences required ISir "TOR RENT-Rooms In 1 1 Bt Paul cottage. I'r bana camo-meetlng grounds Apply to .Mrs W S V elsti. No.3ZS. west Main street POR RFNT house of 1 rooms on Test 1 High street, between frhaffer and Jackson streets street- lnfjulreof N Myers, FOR RENT Large store room, bharp 17b west High rw Rent low. T. IU FOR RENT Three or four good rooms, suit able tor small family. Inquire ot Thomas f-harpe ltitf MONEY TO LOAN. MON'ETTOLOsX In sums of fl.OiOand np ward on first mortgage security, can fur Mti'tinsof the Uwinl nt trailo tonight, Mr. Phillip Wemier left lat ew-iiltig fur New YtrL. lr OruV. tif Ila) ton, was m thecit) this morning. There will ! a social at the First Haptlst church thlsnenliiK. Mr. W. A. CarlMf aud wife ami Mrs. 1 Weber, of lxnilou, are In the citj todaj . Miss Minnie Hissett, of votith Mechinle street. Is MsituiK tier parents in ("tilmnbiis. .Mr. Charier A l"eer, of tlio Inuisfallell ur-rt., and liN famil) hue koiib U Chautauqua. Mr. IL M. Hamett, representing tlie a tioiial I.ibrorj association, of Chicago, is in thecal Uxla Mr. l'atlloxle. of Tiflin, father or James Uojle, who is accused of tlie miinlerof Ueliuis Malmnei, b in tlie tit. Miss Olhe Ilaney, a erj' pleasant jomiir lath of Chilhcolhe. is the iniest of her Uls ter Mis. l. C. V44i, of west XorUi street. Mr. Ilouertson of New York cit). Hie architect of General Hushnell's new resi lience, is In the citj He leaves tonight for home. Mr and Mrs. A II. Drajer, of south Mwlianic street, erv suocessfulU enter- tainotl a small corapan of friends at tea last evening. Verj handsomely engraved "after-cards' have been issued announcing tlie uarriaKe of Itandolph Coleman and Mis.s Ellen Mar garet Johnson. Mr. a U. Tierce and wife left toda for Massachusetts. Rome bj way of the lakes and the bt Lawrence. The) will be absent for several weeks. Miss Viola Fox ami her little niece, Mary Fox, daughter of Mr. I). Q. Fox, are spendlnfr a month with relatives and friends In Wilmington. Clinton count. The Second Daptist Sunda) school is hav ing; a picnic todaj at Stance's grove. Tonight the church gives a lawn fete on tlie church grounds. Admission 10 cents. Mr Itapliae! Koester, of Toledo, is In the cit j inak ing arrangeiuents to locate here to t-acn violin and piano music He is a grad uate of the Hot al Conservator) of Music at Iterlin. The Kev. John T Kis, who for the past eight 5 ears has beenrectorof Christchurch, t us citj. left this uiomlinc for Ualtimoie, v. lereho vsllt assume the assistant rector s dp of C hrist t hurch in that lit. Misses Kintua and l.izile Anderson, of L louts, arrived in bpnntigeld this uiorn I iit to pass the summer vtith Mr. John I'er rin and family, south of tlie cit, and Dr. Mudeliaker and family, of west High str u Kev Miss Henrietta C Moore will preach at A. It. Memorial hall next Suu- d at 1 1 a. in. A full attendance Is earn- e.Uv desired, as mslters of vital interest to the cause will be considered. H order of the trustees. The Methodist I'ro'estant ieop!e ill pic nic at Ludlon Fails tnnmrrow. Fnda. rraiti will leave the I. Ii A. W. depot at ' iin, cit) time." Fare for the round inji adults 40 cents, children, "Ji cents. It.- on time or )ou will get left Mr. Kdward Gorsuclu the popular assist ant ticket agent of the Bee Line in thlscit), aceoinp-iiiied b) his vv ife and little son, left tins morning for New York. They will v isit Coney Island and other points of it -terest jbuut New York, and will return home in about two weeks. This morning at b'M o'clock It-dub C. a?e three mtititlts and fotuteeti da)S, tliAJ only child of Mr. ami Mrs. Kdward Soti- der. of Vo. til south Center street, died of cholera infantum. The funeral will occur at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Souder at 4 o'clock p. in , on Friday. Interment at IVnicllff. The friends of the family are luvitod. George L Walker, John H. liootli and Cliarles E. llerry, three prominent )oung sKlet) men of Lagonda, leave on tho Io nian line iSd Inst , for Europe, tin pleasure ami business combined. Mr. Walker's brother, Albert, will retnrn with them. J. I) Thleger, ticket agent. New York, l'enn s)ivania and Ohio railroad and Inman line, furnished them tickets from here to Liver ksI and return. PAINFULLY INJURED. Itrsol lit i tin I'pmt lli tleHtll or Sir. I lit Ii. r Itoutcslin. Ky Ui, miimImj Scliool I las. The uiemlit rs of the First Fnglish Lu theran sunda) sclusil t lass, tsught b) the late Martin Luther Ihiulrahti. have passed the following resolutions of regn t Whereas, It has pleased Miuight) Gisl in his unerring wisdom to remove b) death our lieiovist and faithful Sabbath schiml teacher, Maitln Luther ltoutzahn, who has falthfullv labored in ourchurch aud Sabbath s hisil for twent)-three jears, and. Whereas. We desire to express our loss, and s)uipathv for the faiudv of our teach er, Iheretore. lie II Hesolved, That we his Hss, Ihivv our heads In sorrow at tiie death of our beloved and faithful teacher and sa) it has pleased our Heavenlv Father to remove him from his Isslll) attllt turns heie to his eternal re ward where sufferings and death never come. Kesolved, That in his de-ith the First Lutheran church and habbath school hive lost a must faithful, consistent member aud co-laborer, whose labors here have ceased and his works do follow him, believing our loss hr his eternal gain. lU&Olved. That we will ever iliensh his memory for tlie great Interest manifested in Pemsnd for VtiiihUniriri I was told a ntory of a "down caster s" mode of creating a demand for n supply winch, amid all the ingenuities of modern commerce, may falrl) chiini originality One of ibt class railed a ' hickor) dealer," or selltr of vixxlentv are came down to tin MJiitl In the siliuuier time with a well liden wagon, but was destineil to en counter a svvts"plng opisnition in the )ellov fever, whkh had commenced busi ness Hlxmt n weeic previous in sticli a way that the otil) vvootlennare in requisition vvasacotlin 'Ihe ravages of the plague were at this time so dreadful thitit will be supposed there ns a general tendenc) to tn Ihe must ilestxr.ite and nliird e-;iieill ents to avert it, though man) such proved hut piontirs to its progress This the peddler w as nwareof, so rcsolvtsl as re garded his own fortune, to t tract good from evil Dressing himself ns respect ahl) ns possible, he mounted his horse and rode up to a printing ofllce In Williams burg, where, under an assumed name, he hail 100 bills struck off to this effect. Tv'sNTFP Immediately, sooJenware iu an quantity for the fever hospital io Philadelphia, such lieinj found not to convey tutJnfectlnn Ry onlerof the ltoanl of health SffTH diks N H ll persons cautioned how they use crts-kery whiLh is the cause of the plsgue to thousand ,.ur splrlual welfare, his Chnst-Iike ex-i tastl,V ..... theSttof av-illseelvi ni " "'ire :.r Inru-mheretL. fever had Wgnn to his tireteiits and dail) life and will ever pra) his funeral text, "So teach us to iium- her our da) ft, that we ma) appi) our henrts unto wisdom.'' Kesolved, That we tender our sincere condolence to our beloved sister of the class. Ins widow, and to tho children of our loved teaclur. VVe weep with jou, but point )ou to tlie ever-s)inpvthUiiig Savior for consolation who said, "What 1 do thou knnwest not now, but thou slnlt know hereafter." , Kesolved, That an engrossed copy of i these resolutions lie given the faiullv, and that the) be offeiivt theclt) papers and the I nlliu llnifrnr for publication. a slowaJlTdeliveTry. Lester llayes "-seniles from the County Prlsou In a Keiiiirkalite ny. It was found this morning th t a tough )ouugster, uamtsj lastcr Haves had es- caiietl from the count) jail Ttiesd i) in a ver) slick manner. I'uesda) aftenusui Oflictr McClure went show Itself. A discovery so important. so simple, and apparently iu such close con m-it km witli,a reined), created an in st.vit sttisatiou. Tho doom of crockery was pronounced Jugs, tmvvls, basin, teapots and other utensils most esteemed or necess-ir) were hurled out of the win lows iu showers No grandmother's gift no ancestors relic, survived this fall of chin i the streets soon looked like a i)t ttr) after mi earthquake Alsiut noon, when the work of destruction was at Its height, a wagon -nadc its waj into the vllkigv with a man vociferating with all the Kivvcrof hLs lungs 'Woodenwire'" His arrival was hailed as a godsend, a irovvd collected around hitn as to a migi ciau who brought a talisman, and in less than two hours his pi igue tivtrtmg plat ters were all sold at exorbitant prices Boston Hi raid. GAS LIGHT! A big light was seen in the direction of the Northamn.nn nn wn i-ict ninu ,i .. ..! . . -.. .u. i lZtl? tCUlS-JS ,3ter " WaS ascinedthatit was the lightV the Tcoun'ienTncesVf the I people "out that way, that had purchased From our old and reliable house of R. F. BRANOOM & COMPANY. A cordial invitation is extended to Northampton people and all others to come in and brighten up your faces bv purchasing ' PIANOS OR ORGANS iR ?" B.r?nd?m4& Co-. we have just received a large invoice of Palace Organs, Boardman & Gray Pianos, and other leading instruments. Come soon. We are offering extraordinary inducements to piano and organ buyers. 7"4 .A.IRa-A.jDE, SFRINGFIELjD, O. Tbe Tailors of Nnw rk. "We tlon't have an) more tailors or dressmakers In New York," said a drum mer from Gotham, as he talked of tho .,;., , ,, , , looser trousers, w men are getting into to The jail and took lla)rs and another i fashion, "but the 'modistes' aud 'artists' ripid votilh, named King, up to the police o irt f ir bearing. King occupied a cell on the first floor and Ha)es a trge on tlie sec ond. Atter iKiilce court McClure brought them back to Jail. As tie) entered the tunike)'softu.e. Hayes quietl) stepied out ol sight and I urnke) .Smith did not know that McClure had brought back more than one piisouer, McClure supprlhg at the same time, however, that bmith was fully aware that both prisoners hail lieen re turned. As Smith went Into the down stairs part of the prison with King, little Ha)cssteppcd iiiiconcernedl out from his no( place of concealment, and wasto'd by McClure lo go up tairs. which he did. McClure then left the jail, leaving the turnkey in the act of linking up King, and entirely unconscious of the fact tliat Hayes w as about the premises at alL ' And he wasn't, very long. The )oung rascal took the hrst opportunlt) of slipping out unnoticed and making hiseseape, which una r tlie circumstances was not hard to do. Jail attaches don't spend much time look- lrg for prisoners who the) imagine have been discharged h) the police judge. So strong was thus Impression IbRbherin Baker marked the word "Dismissed" atter Ilaves's name on his jail records, and noth ing more wxs thought ot it, until this morning, where a thince remark lest to the discover) that Ha) es had not been di-charged, but had been relumed to the jail and had given that institution "leg ball " Wonl was reeelv -d that Hajes had been seen at I'rbaua, and ofllcer Fd Furiilss went up tola) to look for him. are doing the business this spring There are no more tailors, but artist cntters, who fashion trousers only, or make a sped ilty of Allien coats, or are noted for thtir waistcoats, are planted thickly along Fifth avenue A British swell and a New York got up man are two distinct animals. Kurojiean tailors never indulge in mike up. If a man has no more shoulders thau a Boston bean boy, shoulderless he goes in England Bnt in New York youne Slinipkins goes to his artist, and that in dividual makes a broad shouldered, full breasted thing of him pads his bad hip. thatches hitn on the shoulder, gives htm a swell front and a bay window bUiind "1 he New York tailor lias more right to tho wonl artist, after all, than the usual clothier He does modeling and i architectural work that is not discredit able. There are some tailors here who are emulating the deceased Poole, of Lon don, and are making themselves very solid with their customers by loaning them money, and iu return some ot the inipe ;unious swells have had Brother Shears on the avenue behind their trotters One of the fraternity was greatly incensed that he had not been invited to his pa tron's w edding. "Make ont his bill," said he to his cashier, "and put on compound interest for his airs." Detroit Free Press. ,ri k i-i U JJiU A 'S H UNCLAIMED LETTERS KeniAlnlng In tilt. SprlnKUeM. Illilu, l'ot Oltire, .llll) 1I.IMH7. IMIUESTK dams, Hubbard Mills. Uiarlet Alnsworth. Miss Mary Montonery. Mrs Kate Adams, jonn Anderson. Htrabeth Indersnn. 1 Heatty March Co Itrocht. tieori.e Uallard. Mrs sile Huckland. Nelson llaker. Charles ltuik. Mrs II M ltaker, Joseph jun .Moore. Rev I .Mitchell. Mrs Elizabeth Meyers. .Mrs Either Metlord. 1 M Mavfleld. MlssSallie Mcvlahon, Mrs tola Neal. Cornelius o Oldham. II R l'lerson. Samuel rnntr. John Clark. "Miss caraJane Koblnxiu. L C Kelnhardt. Wm ltavuor, Lydonla 12) Kyman. Samuel Ryau. Mrs 1 VV Radcliffe. Joseph (J) Mevetis, Robert sewell, vv m .'hurtleff. It Stewart. Mrs Mary steddon. Joseph s .smith. John II Mnlth, Mrs Jsmes Smith. .MlmCiarti Thomas. Marlon DIVISION FORTY-FOUR, I'lilloriutsl Italik, K. at I uillow or !.. Will ii alt r I nils. At a regular session of the t'himploii C.t) division No 44, l'. IL, K. of P., last night, it was decided to hold a grand ex cursion aud picnic at Ludlow Thursda), Jul) Jlst, 1SS7 1 he following committees were appointed to ait in their several apaUties Committee mi Arrangeiuents - Sir Knights Hansel, Bennett, Miles. Wad worth A Friend to All Honest People. Everybody knows CoL Ingersoll's repu tation as a lawyer and a politician, but ev ery one cannot speak of his personality truly Take the wonl "friend," for in stance. The broadness of the term can not lie belter shown than l something he said to a man one day last week. They were talking of the prosaic matter of ''new shirts," wheu the colonel de clared he was not going to have another made for him until he could find a shirt , maker who w as honest enough to give the J w oman who did the work the $1 50 each that he w as willing to allow. "I'm afraid you'll hae to wait some time," said his companion 'iShlrtmak era' fortunes are not built that way " I "Then I'll wait," said the colonel. Henceforth I wear no shirt until I have Clenimons Harrv Coleman. J A I nrl. Miss Lou Cooke. John R entlier, tttllle Cochran. Vv lllle t'ushman. tl i reed. Miss Julia Iiouton, James Ilnnsoii. lolin N Carver. R tialager, Mrs llright liettlns. HmT (Irube. 1) I oward. VIlss Annetta Toothman. 11 W Haines, Itr Tracy, Nathan Hamilton. Mrs JoseDh Tucker. Mrs James Hliies, I red Tuttle.Johu Mazleriirir virs Kittle luubence. Armv Jones. Ctitn VV hlte James .tones. Mils I' N VVhllelv. Abner Kocheran. J V alllncsford. A S Losh. A Wilson. Havld VI ler.J Waller. Edvar Miller, Mrs 1- lien VV llllams. ileorge I. .Mi Donald. CI VV. hlstlrr. Aaron rtlRBll.S. Creed. Mlsi Julia ainas. Andrews. F E Hitchcock. Charlotte lturton. Maggie saQa.n,.id, Katie I ushman, Jennie Metcalt. Allen 11 Persons calling for these letters will please say "advertised." and give date of list. If not t illed for In one month they will be sent to Jhe Head LetterOfllce. f Letters must be directed to street and num ber In order to have them promptly and cor rettlydellvered Jas JoHssus.bk.P M CATAWBA. VMVECrV UR-Z mm NdHg PPWDi Si -rrffrgy-aa DRPRICES i SPECIAL I fLAVORI' Extracts, kmupal ruurr I riAVQHS I COCA WINE! CsTsvviis. .Inly 12. H. Neer's friends and About lift) of Wm. relatives dropped Iu SM5NlrT;rcAN, MOST PERFECT MADE npir-d with ilrlit reuani ti Pur I jr. Strenaih in: II althfuict-t"- I)r r i i i r 1 -t g l'iit1r that rtntiin io Kumn la t a or Vlum l)r rnrr Lxirarta, abI a, leraor rtc JiTor sleUciouly. rCf 8Aria POWDER CO VOtaBLIHHLriLHHI CMraoo and St tool A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIGORATOR. Benefiicial in General Debility, Exhaustion, and just the thing Large bottles, $1. to help you through the hot weather. CHARLESLUDLOW & CO.. Pharmacits. 55 East Main Street. TlieClillilrell Ask For It And the old folks laugh when they find that the pleas int California liquid fruit reined), .S)rupof Figs, Is more easily Uikeni ami more Is-nehcial in its m turn than hit ter, nauseating medicines. It strengthens the liver, kidnes, stntntcli ami bowel-, while it arouses them to a he-dthy aettvit) For sale at Casper's drugstore I'ltlm . Organs. A car loid just in. All the late stjles. Come and see and ket prites and terms. llee I, die lu ( liaiiuiullis. B) a new train just put on the 1.. S V M. b. U') from ( leveland. the Iteei Line is now prepired to handle ( hiutiuqu t biisi ness hetter thau all) other line Here HUFFMAN & RICHTER, TAILORS, imvi I c. IINrtU I IUN THE LATEST SnUIC SITUS. No. 31 East Main Street. upon him last Tuesday night, taking him I Ihe time leave Springfield at II Ml n u anil Law). .... I seen the wonian who makes It nnrl sin. Committee on Kallroad Sir Knights hi- ,, ,,,, , ,,, ,, .u ' ...,.,,.. liott, Merrill and Burnett rZ '"h ' """ "" "c " '"u iur Committee on AdvertLsing Sir Knights rrut ,C ,. u., ,v . ..., ., ,. C O. Billow. Berlew and Harwood. aa V"7 . ZZT v.n.T S. Committee on Aniusements Sir Knights' ,i,.,r-.i t,,u . i ,. , .l Bailey. Follrath. Kuqiia. Johnstoc. C. M ,ttwsf?l i?Jn ? Billow Davidson. Klocpi-el. llullitiger, hZ,T Dal.e. ParthemoreCurtis and Wolfro.n. " " l "JSftor tlm,t hewas CotnmitteeonKVfreshments-SirKnight I J?",". f00?. a?d.?'af .ff u,llunw,rnu n 1 l.,..ri ll.. -l 1 1USCU 11 is UUI lo Jlj- IflCUU! Wiat 11113 "riii iiin.ipsv.1 viiuuu kits imis lint nuvu, Partheniore and Wadsworth. The committeesmeet at the following places this (Thursda) ) ev ejinig by order of 1 big hearted man Is a friend, but to nil honest men and w omen Fannie B Mer- U rill in Nov York World. rush on farm Theo oroperty on Vv Ick. 2J east High street. terms favorable isvt IfON'EY TO LOAN-Insumsof eVm to $7,000. ill on three to live years' time, on nrt mort- page or approved commercial paper rteorge Coles.roomho.l. Lagonda bank bulMlng. FOR TRADE FOR TRV.DE good second hxnd csrriage and some cash for a good vacant lot John 1 Johnson, corner Market and High streets K V VASMtA.M u. K B HOI sr, v J. IRS. VAN H0RMAH & HOUSE, Physicians and Surgeons. tllllre, -". 3 Jtlltliell llli.rk. Residence. No. HI lllgli II. Office Hours Ida m to li in. 1 p. in. to. in aud eveaings Jiimes mull lisn One of 111 K.M Caps Turn OR" at the ew Cliamilolt VTurks. .lamps J. Woods, an emplo)e at the New Champion shop, met with an accident this morning about J SUo'elock that will lay hitn up for a long time. He was handling some heav) pieces of lumber whan one of the pieces slipjied from Its tisition and fell on him, crushing him to the floor. Some fel low workmen hastily removed the piece of limber and carried Woisls to the office. Dr. Kusscll was summoned by telephone, and on his arrival found that tlie timber had fallen on Woods's left leg, teiring loose tlie patella ligament from the Nine. The patella is that ligament wliii Ii runs over the knee cap. and tearing it fnuii the bone, of course, threw the knee cap from lis place. While the Injury is not tonsidereil dangerous, it is frightfullv pain ful, and it Is doubtful w! ether Woods will ever a'ain have the full use of his leg. fter the Injur)" vvas dressed Woods was taken to his home, about a mile south of Hint it). Camp tleelIiigCliiruati(l IMiuitrii ,nards. The prohibition club holds it regular meeting tonight During the meeting tlie camp misting chorus choir will practice some of the songs to he sung next week. Prof. A K. Aldnch, author of the music to be sung, will be present and assist He will also sing a couple of baritone solos. Hiss Mar) Nelson will be the pianist. their respective chairmen: Committee on arrangements, I.eut)'s meat store; commit tee on advertising. Champion Cit) Oil com pan)'s ofhee, committee on amusements, at armor); committee on railroad, J. S. Elliott's Insurance oftice; committee on re freshments, at armor). lrfngfellow and Ills Income. A note gives a statement ot the income earned by Longfellow from literary labor. He kept a record of it up to the end of 1852, and tlie largest sum received in any veartothat date vvas $2,800 This was ' principally for the "Poets and Poetry of DANCING PARTY. Europe"; original composition brought , . T7T. 7 .. . ... Mm much less, although in 18i2 some of Pleasant Kvenl Given 1.1 Honor of MI h,, m0,t notaUe ,h,n we on ,he ,. Ma, Shumate. , ket nciu,jJlIlf "Evangeline" aud "Tlie A ver) pleas-uit dancing part) was given , Golden Legend " In fact he hail reached last (Thursda)) evening at Artist Warren j fame loiuj Isffore he began to realize even Cusliiiian's studio parlors, in the Arcade, 'nlate fortune The lock of an inter in honor of Miss Ma) ShuniaU. of Lrbana. jntioiuJ cop) right is supposed to havecost who Is tlie guest of Sir. Cusb- lum ub"nt tW,W0 To an English lady man's daughters. Tlie evtnlng was ver) w,' osnphuned of American pirates lie deliiihtfull) spent In dancing. soei-U diver- "rote "It may comfort )ou to know that sloiisand due attention to dilnty refrt-s. ' ,une "31' twenty-two publishers In Eng meiits. Mr. Warren Cudimati and Mr. hind and Scotland and only four of theni Herbert Fessenden. both of whom are "tfr to"k lfle slightest notice of my ex accoinpllshed intisielans. funiiheil the istence, ev en so far as to send me a copy iniuslc for the evening. Tlie guests were: I of tl e books "New York Tribune. Mrs. Cora Foster. Misses Ma) Shumate of i Urbana, Mabel Cushmau, Jessie I'retziinn, The Great ovelIat Mother. Gertrude Shaw. Winnie. Spangler. Hattiel Charles Dickens inhenteil from his Cox of Osboni. Mollle Hale, IV irl Evans, motlier ketn aDiire.iitl.rn of ihe droll Cleveland, Lll) Clo). and of the pathetic, as also considerable troy. Olive Stafford, dranuatic taient She is described as a little woman, who had been ver) nice Maude Hatcher of Pearl Cni). Daisy Croy. Olive Stafford, Jessie 1'arsuns, Alice Wiuwood. ,, ... j. . .. . i uanoiie c.inmnnii: vussrs. .lames snaw. t i,i !,. i ,, , ..,i, ,, ... i,.i...,. .,. sUw.t f'.lt,.,.a,. IIL 17.. V....V lln. 1 ,w"" ts "' '" J ""I .i, "l"-1" "n" wish, Allen Fish, Fugene Morton, Charles Bauer, Willie Knatib, E. J. Notion, George S. I..IT..- I t' I 1.. I ... """" """ rI"' eianaiiii. mr , ot mMaUou ,lIUS something us tontshing On entering a room she almost unconsciously took an inventor) of its Tlie Northampton c.nsiier sun spirals 'contents, anu, anything happened to e)es and Iieing a thoroucliv good Matured companionable lwily She possesseil mi extraordinary sense of the ludicrous nnd completely b) sururise. It was his birth day anniversar). and the occasion was very enjo)aole. Ice cream, cake and delicious fruits added lo the enjoyment Mis Ber tha Schliep, of Hamilton. p Is here spend ing part of her summer vacation, the guest or Mrs. LIda Veer. Miss Schhef is a teacher in one of the piimary departments of the Hamilton schools Mrs. Jacob Kopp Is slowly improving since she began her sojourn at tlie mineral springs. Green Bend, Union count). Miss Laura Neer will soon accompany Miss Mil lie Veer to the same piac. Itisto he hoped tint Millie will improve also The Chil dren's da) exercises at both Pleasautchapel and M. E. church, in the village, passed over ver satisfactorily to all concerned, the children especial!) acquitting themselves in a praiseworth) manner. The collections were liberal While tr)ing to blast a stump or log. last Frldav, with istwder, William LIi))d was ver) severel) burned about the face and hands b) the explosion of some powder if a bottle which lie held in Ills hands. The partules of fl)ing glass cut Ills face aud foot Mime of them pissing through his shoe. He is recovering as rapidl) as could be expected Messrs. Kaw lings, Sterrett at'd Glllen, county commissioners, were Iu the village last week, viewing a bridge with in our cit) limits. They have agreed to tuniish materials upon the grounds for the repair and improvement if our "cit) fathers" will do the excavating and other work necessar). The) should do it. ..Isaiah Ervin began threshing grain last ThursiU) or Frnla). Mrs. Nanc) Ann Yeazell had over JW bushels, which was a pretty fair)ie!d. lie Is now at George W, Davissons . Mr. Jacob Price, of Mutual, is iu the neighbor hood bu)iug and cutting walnut timls-r. He is now at work upon the farm of Fli Hunter. ENON. and arrive at Cliniitauqut at 3"i the saim evening KTeep these fat ts in iiiilid and lake the itsii northern route lute s.iiue as via t.tlier lines i, jl Kmi.iii. II. Ii. Msi.iin, G. P V l'icket gelit In the bright U xii mi of )o lib theie is no such word as fail, but liter on. when the )outh gets into business for himself, then the word shows up iu good siujs COAV VS AcoSln3t ' ot thousands suffering from Asthma, Con sumption, Coughs, etc D.d you ever try Acker's English KemtdyT It is the best rjrenaratiou known for all LimiT Troubles. sold on a jxisltive guarantee at 10c, SOc ; hrauk 11. Coblentz, corner Market and High streets. THE CAS WELL. What John llnght Think.. The gas well near Northainpton Is Hon ing with undiminished fone. Arrangements are being made to drill still deeper, and the engine, whiili cannot now be used from danger of sparks, will he removed further from tlie well. The How has uot)ct In-en lighted ami lor .the prcsuit cannot lie. Mr. John Bright who owns sixt) ceres adjoining the spot, said toda) he would not take SlSU.ouo for his property. Two sttiirltmeiits on the Same Tea. Wednesday afternoon, as Demi) Bow man, the well know u dra) man, was deliv ering 1,100 pounds of tea winch had been unsigned to S. J. Strale) .v, Co . b) a New ork firm, the tea vvas attached b) the J D Stewart Co tosatisf) ailaiiuof S114 i, L The attachment vvas issued by Justice Bieckenridge Later on. Chase Stew irt, esq , attorne) tor well, cannon a in . or Cincinnati, at tached the same goods to satisfy a claim of SJrtt. The tea Is worth, probabl). S'.ou. strike her as out of place or ridiculous. she would afterward describe it in the quaintest possible manner In like man ner she noted the personal peculiarities of her friends and acquaintances Philadel phia Times A straight line can be dmuu through sivent) live miles of the Indian river, Florida, without touching shore It is called the straightest river in tiie world Ilia; Crowds Neil VV rrk. Kegular excursion rates of 4 cetits pel mile for the round trip have lasn secJired on all railroids leading to Springheld, dur ing the Champion CU) camp meeting next week. Besides this many special exr ui-v sions will run on the different days. The one on the O. S. will extend all the way from Jackson, whiih is the home of lion. John T. Moore, the nominee for supreme judge, who will .speak one da). Kviiv, Jul) 1 i Will Fuller and wife, of Springfield, are sieiidiugatoupleof weeks' vacation with their parentOIr. and Mrs. A. J. miller of this place ..Wm B tie), of Springtield. is the guest of his brother. J no. Bane), of the Euon hotel.... Prof. Wool lias lieen eiei ted to fill the vacanp) caused b) the resignation of Prof. Kell) of the New Carlisle school . .Sallle Delllnger has erected a new wind pump on her farm just iast of Knoii. Wm. A. Young will also put one up in a lewdins ...M. A. I eese, agent for the American collecting and re- imrllng association, was in town Thursday, in the Interest of that briu . . .Threshing lias begun, the hrst threshed being that ot William A Young on A II. Smith's larm. averaging twent)-nve bushels to Hie acre. Oits will soon do lo harvest, and is above the average. Corn also promises to be an exceeilingl) tine crop Mr. Fph Shella barger's joungest son. uiida) morning, while fooling with a thirt)-two calibre re volver, it was accidental I) discharged. 'Ihe ball struck him above thee)e, passing bai k between the scalp and skull, and coming nut behind the car. While the worn I is not dangerous It was a might) close call and is another lesson. not to tulle witli fire arms William ('la)tou. of Da) ton, Ohio, is visiting friends here Miss Clara Driscoll, of .Springtield, (I , is the guest of Clara Dan lie . . . Kev . Win. T. Hill was in Yellow Sprlugs Salurda) . James A irviu, who has lieen attending si hool iu Ada. O , the past eight weeks, stniqied over on his wa) home to Catawba, Monda) . Cla) Seek man spent Sunday in Clifton, o . .Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Klines have pun based a new organ for their daughter Laura, and she will begin at onte hi take lessens. 'iirovrjig We have filled our racks with new and handsome WALL PAPER And if you want anything in that line buy NOW before the best patterns are all gone. Prices at our store are lower than ever before heard of. O. DEL FIEIROIE Sc CO., . Leading Booksellers and Stationers, li SOUTH MARKET ST.. SPUIXGFIELD, O. WHELDON & MERRILL, WHOLESALE AXI RETAIL HEALERS IX My four-)ear-oid bo) remarked confiden tial!) to the cook the other day that he "would hate to lie a chlcketu" "Why, Hub?" she asked. "'Cause I would have to lay eggs, and I don't know how,'' was thu response. The pure and reliable virtues of the inii I'litKlrr give hope and strength to weak, sore lungs. Hon. Joseph C. G. Kennedy was mur dered on the street iu Washington, D. C. b) a man who claims his victim cheated his mother in a real estate transaction. F. Head the gaslight advertisement of K. Brandoiu X Co. Look it up. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This Dow tier nerf r Tarias marvi-I of our rlty, strength and vvbolesoiaeQc ss. Mure tc aorniCsil tlMJi thetirtHaary kind, ma cannot traSuIvt lu competition with the multitude of low test, ih'irt weight, slum or LibtujJiiale powtleni bold only 1q c-. 1Uitl U.kiu PwDrR Ou 10r l hII trett. New York. CONSUMPTION. 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