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REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EYENIKS. U.IK1' .'.. 1887.
!& WE SELL Star Cracker', or per pouBil. Su?ar, Cheapest ia Ike City, tiolden Rio CoflTe, 25c a peaai. Flour at Mill Prices. (Jood Ground ColTw, t!Oe a lb. Picnic and Excursion Heeds. Vinegar, only 15c per gallea. Pieklea, 5c per dozea. Fruits and Meloaa Dally. At Either Store. UQUiD RENNET BARMIN STMCfc 1 and 03 WMMUH.uUlMtklU ket BU. HpriagsVeld, SHIRTS! IMCKTJ 5 ffaHi HliaH Thttlaa n canonical inl cheap aril clrior mtJtine nicr. coohhk HEALTHY DESERJS ! Used with milk onlr. It makes superior article ot SLIP OR JUNKET Used with small f rait and milk makes a DELICIOUS FRUGOLAC These are Just the foods to use In hot weather. Price 25c per bottle tor sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, rtClMk, alBttrcat.Sd Door Wot) f UbMowMkOX' LOCAL BREVITIES. All klniU of SslrU ItSaslr'made u4 Made lo Order. ItotUm I'rices. v-,r AOjM d- Ihe Shirt Maker ui lei'i Faraiaker, Ho. 5 East Mata Street. PEOPLES COLUMN. ruw ai. ertwwo. OV AJD AFTER Today toe SprlBSBelA Dear BireVuc -111 luiert .ach'-jM-M IVuU," "Lost." "For taC f1!ji etc Jn this column one lira free, three tutea tnr twentv-flre cents, and lit timet fornnr for twenty n'5.fjaFiKIjD ptjB.00. M2, ISST. WANTED w AXTED-tllri-.U 1T0 W Hlght street. 1Kb WANTED -Two young la41ea.atMWashlng ton Call from 1 till 7 p. m. Prof O W Leeser. WAKTED-A reliable man to represent our nurseries In this section. Something permanent. Cbai. II. Muart co..nuren men. Newark. New York, established 1851. TTTAXlEn-IjldT. II 1 at-tlre and Intelligent, to reDresent.lnhcrownlocalliy.au old at to. references required: permanent position ana cood salary K J Johnson. Manager. 16 Bar clay suN. V. rIVE Hundred Dollar Is all you need to work two valuable patenu. The Alnslle Rollup ..-A Cl,tl..,.nrlnv KA. UhlCh Will DS TOtt 300 per cent. "l will sell you the patents f orthe m s . ew. a. fuMiUK swnas) ssrirn county ot caara lor v. uu .mm. ... .........k n..riaitn m.rorlftl tn nit back TOUT ID vestment of S300 Parties buying will reeeWe all Information as to manufaetnrtns; and est f m.teriai. where can be purchased, me -...hin.r.n.r.UA Pirtlnwltll view of pur chasing, i will personally meet and el ve de sired Information Address.George II. Alns lle. care of M D.Taleott,lV Dearborn Jtreet. Calrao-lli. "" WANTED All kinds of clothes wringers ito repair: called for and dellTered: ordera by mall promptly aiieuaeo to. o.j-.. 1M West Main. FORSALE frame house of twelve Yl.lD ...TV 1 nut. r ,.. h.iiit firtwn families, eood cellar; large lot. fin-ly situated, will sell cheap: want money. Inquire at thtsofnce. Ham TH)R5LE A hsndsome barouche. Drlscol i make nearly new; win or to rain Call at S7U S. Market trw! lSlr VOB. .iir Kin.limh brown Letihoms AppTy to No.M) Vine street. John Casliln FOR SLE Two fine buildlne lots In Hralu's addition to the city of Swrinnlleld. iltuaud on Harrison aTenue between l.lenn and Bald win avenues, tor terms ana ouirr mi "', apply to Cochran A Hodgers's law office, kins a building. FR SVLE To a good, honest young roan only, one-halt Interest In a very nice and profitable business. Cash capital required. M.3t. For particulars addiess, i.m.j. t-prtncaeld.Ohlo ITWI FOR -S LE Established bank lo a live Kan sas town of SOU population: good schools. churches.ett Bank fully equipped and doing a fine business. Bank building and lot on Main street iod fire and burglar proof sate, all necessary fixtures, etc .ood rrsl trees, "convenient to buslnesr;" also farm ot KMacres. Smiles from town. The ,fropert Is all good and nicely located. 1 wish tore tire from business, and will sell for the actual cash value ot ine prosurri y. " "-"rr "T5 ness. write or call and see for youraelf. Ad dresl. JVM. Umbert. Lathvn. Butler county Officer Norton Is confined to hU room bj illness. Mr. Steven Corwlu ha returned from Cincinnati The members of tlie ivolloe forre recelveil their pa toilar. A large number of additional K. of I'.'a srent to tlie ramp at Ita)ton thla afternoon. Mrssrs. Chase Mewart alid I'aul A. Sta ler have returned from their trip to the lakes. MKe lna and Mar lN arrived home last evening from their trip to IVnr- svlvama John I iinmrrman. e-o , has rrtiun. from hi- trip to Saratoga and up the St, Lawrence. Mr. Charles I. Spencer, a prominent at tornej of Xenia, was in the oil) this niorn- ing on business. Tomorrow ii the regular meeting of the (lower Mission. Let the contribution of flivvers be liberal. tCr. M. C. I.iddey. late of Wajnesyllle, has Just located In this city and is opening up business at -J11 Clifton street- Air. Berkv Cross, formerly of Enou. now of Toneka. Kansas, and old Fort) -fourth eighth man. is in the city to attend the re union. Mr. I'erc Craig, the well known cravnn artist, left jesterds.) for California, where he toes to prospect for a suitable place to locate. Caroline Derupsey was arretted last night on ilia charge of disorderb con ducL She had a racket with a saloon keeper. Offioer McClure this morning took .laeob Hedges to the work house at l)aton. Hedges was given $10 and costs and thlrt) days in the work house for larceny. The regular meeting of the Springfield lodge of KIU wUI be held toulghL Ever) member Is reuuested to be present a dum; nesa of importance will be transacted. At the meeting of council last night the ordinance granting the Champion Electric Light company tlie right to laj oil pipes, was passed. The ordinance Is published In fall elsewhere and Is very Interesting read ing. Mr. I. AV. Quinbj. Tnited States pension attorne), is stopping at the St. James hotel, where he will remain until Frldaj evejung. All who v ant to Hie applications for original or Increase pensions would do well to call on him. Th Itev. Frank G. Miuliell. presiding eider of this district, has been requested by the quarterl) conference of the First M. V rhurth. at Xenia. to ue his host ondeavors to secure the return to that rhiirrh, as pas tor, of t le Kev. Dr. J. F. Marlav. Net! Sunday will be a day of special in terest to tlie Methodist Protestant church. The election of a class leader and a dele Kate to (be next annual conference and the last communion M-rvice of thK conference j ear demands and the pastor earnestly re quests, a full attendance of the members and reunion of the old members, as well as the lounger ones, who ran attend. Mr. J. II. Ulrica, of 141 south Limestone stree, will leave tomorrow for rut-in ltav where he will join his famllj who have been there for several weeks enjojiiig the cool breeze of the bine waters in their summer cottage, and will not return until about Ihe first of September. Mr. Ulrick says that he will return to Springeld ocea sioualh on business during tlie month of August. Attotin,tt.r The members ot B. Phillips camp. No. 37, S. of V., will report at Memorial hall on Thursday, at 10 a. m.. to participate in theparaileor the soldiers- ami sanors re union. Also, all members whodesire to do euard dutv will meet at- the hall Wednes day August Bd. at 7:10 u. m. sharp By order of C. O. Vhh. II. H. Boons, Captain, First bergeant. TO BE INVESTIGATED. TheCoiolurt of I'olire itltteer Heuiir.lj in III. Arresttil Cliarle. Tutl At the regular meeting; of thccit) council last night Mr. Miller, of the F.iglith vvsnl, presented a resolution that the police mm mlttee investigate the toudiu't of Police tlrhcer kenned), in the arrest of Charles Tutt. colored, ami reiut to pit) council. 'I he resolution was adopted after sou.e tr hate It will Uereineiiil-ertsl Ihrt a lew wetks into tlrliier Kemiol) arresletl ("has. Tutt. who Is a middlr- agel eidoreil nisn There weie reasons to believe that not on!) did Kenne dy arrest Tutt without auflicient ground, but that he ued an altogether indefensible degree of violence and brulalit) ton ant hiii. The haree against lint was uisor derl) conduct. Mr. Jack Mcl'art). of tlie (lanlti. Investigated, tlie case aim became satisfied tliatTutt's arrest was uiivvarraiita hie. He accordingl) retained Hon. George C lUwllus at Ins own expense. lliease eame to trial and Tutt was di missed. Mr. McCart) went no fcirther into the case and took no steiis to investigate Kcnuedi's alleged brutaht) When the resolution was present! il lait night, Mr. Smith, of Ihe Second ward, made an altogether unwarrantable asser lion that Mr. MtCartt was p' r-onillv iniiii I ul to Kenned). "Msc's" condiu't in drop ping the case after clearing his man dis proves this. Mr -Smith is simpl) talking about something about which lie is inignor ce. because lie hasn't investigated the case. It is altogether pniier that Keunily lie rigidl) investigated. QXJICK READINESS. ALfcr'IN r xansanav HUFFMAN & RICHTER, Having concluded to leave the city, hereby offer their entire stock of Men's Fine Furnishing Goods, Consisting of Shirts, Underwear, Gloves. Neckwear. Hosiery. Handkerchiefs, Etc.. Etc.. at cost and less. the stock: :m:ttst be sold otjt insr two weeks This is no sham, but a bona fide sale. Call and see the Furnishing Goods and the unheard-of low prices. NO. 31 EAST MAIN STREET, - - - SPRINGFIELD, OHIU. ,m,l Reunion of Old MoMlera ny Thnixlaj and Friday. The grand reunion of the surviving mem bers of the ,rrt-fourth-Kigtith. Seventv fourth O. . l Sixtv-sUlh O. V. 1.. Thir- t)-nrst O. V. V. 1 . and the TVntli. Six teenth and Seventeenth Ohio BattertesJ takes pl-ice in this cit) on Thursda) aTid Frida) of tills week, and ever)thing is in readiness for the arrival of the old soldiers. Camp Clark will be at the Fair grounds, where many of the "bo)SM will camp on the tented neld which Is now being prepared. At thFatr-gTrmnds t.i. .ti.mui.w-lsmtTinmberof mm are iHrsyflxtorup all tneTiUle detailsTonr pMacanrrsmp. The speakers' stand is Jn ihe rear of the .i.neinr nlsiform in the Shade of the big oaks that till that paxtsaf he gTounds. The tents will be placed on th SsOrth side of the large speed ring, facing tWVli. The L,,,nrf. h.ve heen nlcelv cleaned and all is ,u.u . .t ., now remily for tn camp. Mr. Eristus Mclntlre. of company H. 7stn regiment. Is already on the pwrnt, he having made a mlsUke of a da) in the h!,. TheTadleaofthe Protestant Metho dist church are busy at the dlnujl ; unt , ulll una a irnod IDCai lo U": """bw . i iri I c-wr.v. , , --r-- ff "IZZrZTZZ sirband. and a grand parole will take rJpce at 10 o'etek dav morning. The Champion CI yflnard COUNCIL VS. COMMISSION. ThT lludies I,,., k Horn, oo tlie Tot Lew fjne.tliHj. Council took another turn at the tax commission question last night. A coiniuu iilcation was reiwvetl from Count Auditor Serviss winch is printed in full in the reg ular cotinPil proceeilings. In enept lie stateil that he would roulorni the tax iliipliellr In the levies ss ordered b) the pouniiUsIoii and would lie compelled to Ignore the levies as siigiresteil hy council Ihisconimiinicatlmi caused some little debate, but vv&s hii.llj tileil awa). as council recognlrwi tne nun It) of (ombating the cominissioii at that time. It is the general expression that whenever council wished to bring into litigation the question of the coirstilution aid) of the tax commission, it could do m without regard to this action. Later on Mr. 1 Mens pre-ented a resolution that the city soll itor be directed to have the full amount of the taxes levied b) council plaiod uiwui the duplicate. This was carried -nnd there we are. It isexpecaed that mandamus proceed Ings will be instituted b) council aj-ainst Auditor Servv,. As a matter of fact the onl) concession made by the commission in this new lev) is adding a quarter ol a mill more .o ine uos Vital fund lev). ENON. havp'rSd to fomt. partof the parade In the evening the real. 1 ive nuip-arc Is to take place, and to wis me j"""" vlted. Kansas. lnsmn PASTE THIS IN YOUR HAT. Ihe melilii hnlv d)s hive come I lie slddest of the vear lien siiiunier i lollies nre wearing out nd full clothes aren t here " So sang tlie poet. Maybe his pantaloons were about played out. Alas ' he didn't see that magnificent line of men's and )Oiing men's pants we show at two dollars a pair perfect fitting, tasty, well made and neat as can be. Then, too, there are better ones. on can see. in our three dollar line, pants ordi narily made to order at five ; and in our four, five and six ones, the nicest goods land. Don't say you be fitted in ready- for vou can be. Don't dollar in the "can't made,' piano, for half rrlce. as parties are soon to leave the city and must sen. umuiren """ Ti,rj trooper avenue. TVORsHLE A fine cabinet grand hi ljstf F)R S VLE-sewlng machine; new. peauuiui ly finished: five drawers. For less than half it cost. Call at 1V south Center afreet. lSttf FOR RENT. FOR REXT-Good houseof Srooms.with bath room, good water, two cisterns, pleasantly located, amule grounds.can be had sugust 1st. Apply to v m. 11. Grant. No. 16 K. High, 17SM rvORREXT nouse-Corsaw North and Plum r streets, seven rooms; water and gas in bouMticnt . C-all at Ui north Plum street. MONEY TO LOAN. irOXEVTOLOVX-Ifllargeorsmall amounts, ill on Ion or short time, lni'dre of C. B. tlssell. Room 1 Coinmerelil block. Limestone au SpringfiehLO '?t?"" .mrpr T(l f niX'-lniDtniaf a80U to $7w). M o thiw rn Bve'vears" time, on first mort- XTTKNTKIV, VITIIUV. All veterans of the arm) or nav) o the union, formerly belonging to organizations other than those who are to hold their re union at the Fairgrounds on Thursda), de siring to participate In the parade and fes tivities, are requested to report to the un dersigned or his assistant at the Arcade to morrow at I0."0 o'clock a. m., for assign ment to a place in the provisional division. R. L. KlU'sTiur h. Assistant Marshal. 6' age or approved commercial paper. George VjoleiVroomNoX'taVondi bank building. K.T. TAS lOIKiN.M.n. H. Itutar.i.. 1-. DBS. VAN HQRHH.fi i HQUSF. Physicians and Surgen? . Offlre, o. 5 Mllrhell Ulek. Kesirienee, . t3 lllgli ML. Office Hours lua ra. to 12m. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and evrniugs. I Dr. Levitt E. Custer, DENTIST. Preservation of natural teeth by latettiap- proved methods. Mnctly nrsv-tiaa. u guaranteed. as K. Hlah Ht- ' SiiriUev's Orwer. T.i Organlr a Grand Chapter. Mesdames Gregory, Kglersjtid Dirkerson of Colden Star chapter of the order of Eastern Star, this city, went to Columbus this morning to meet with representatives of other chapters throughout the state and form a grand chapter of tlie state. The order originated In Tennessee, out has be come so strong in Ohio that it can now take care of Itself. Children's Iay at th County Fair. Mr. Wm. Thompson, living north of the cit), has consented to tak charge of the Children'fda)" at the Clark count) fair, which is Wednesday. August U. All ehll Uren under l.!)earswlll be admitted free and a special programme of l-m) races, etc, will be arranged In the small ring for their gratification. Thay Are still Modern. "It is funny," said City Clerk Shew alter to a knot of reporters, Just before council last night, "to read In all the resolutions passed by council, the prov lslon for a 'mod ern crossing.' For fourteen ) ears past the city I a. been building the very same kind of crossings and it alwajs calls them 'mod ern.'" Allentiun, Mltehell lv.t. All members of Mitchell pint. No. 4'. G. 'A. B., are directed to meet at the jwst headquarters tomorrow (Thursda)) morn ing at 11 o'clock in uniform, to take part in the reunion parade. Ily order of J XMLs 1 STKVV XBT. W. I 1. tvrv , Commander. Adjutant The excursion tickets to Niagara on the Names at Presidential Candidates, .rara of Tlielr Campaigns and the Retail. Below is given a table showing the names of the candidates for the office of president of the Tnited States, the vears.ln which the elections were held and the result of the various campaigns. It Is a valuable piece of infoimation in convenient form and It would be wise to cut it out and paste it in )our hat for future reference. It will ! noticed that the names of the successful ca ndldatcH are in the left hand , olmuii. while those of the candidates are in tlie column on tlie right : 1 17ss Geo. Washington So opposition 1792 Geo Washington Vo opposition J I7su John Adams - Thomas Jefferson 4-Isuo Thomas Jeff eraon -John Adams -l-4 Thomas Jerferson C.C. Plnckney 6-lsu James .Madison C.C Plnekaey 7 isli James Madison DeWitt Clinton 8 lslfi James Monroe KufusKlne H3J James Monroe -Noopposltlon JohnQ Adams Andrew Jaikson sndrew Jackson Johns) A dams Andrew Jackson Henry Clay Martin VaoBuren VV. 11 Harrison W 11. Harrlsou .MartlnVanliuren James K Polk Henry t lay 7-ehary Taylor -Lewis Cass Iranklln Pierce UlnBeldrs-ott James Uuelianan John ('. 1 reuiont Abraham LincolnS. A. Douglas Abraham Llucoln.d. It. McClellan t . Grant 11 eyraour I. S. Grant Horace Oreelcv K B. Hayes t J Tllden lames V Garfield VV S Han. ink UroverUereland James U.wlalne ASSOCIATED CHARITIES. 8up.rlntendeat' Beport for tlie Muntli nf July wttb n Suinuiar) uf the Tear's Work. Following is the report for Jul) of 11. II. Cuinback, superintendent of the Associ ated Charities, together with a summarv of the work of the vear closing August 1st: Number of grants issued during the month V Amount ot grants Issued during the month I'SJ ! While the number of grants issued in July Is nearly one-fourth greater than dur ing the preceedlug month, )et the sum es- pendeil is somewhat less. Until quite recently no applications for work have been made during the ) ear. All who desired it could obtain employment, hence the work tills vear has been chietlv in behalf of the articled, and the widows having children dependent upon them. Total number of grants Issued to Au gust 1 - " - - - - i. Total numberof loaus Issued to August 1 J. Total number of families assisted to Au- Total amount of grants to August 1. f!. i 2 Total amount of loans to August 1 1U rt verae expenditure per family. l II. II. Clviiiacii. Superintendent. CLERK. MORRILL'S REPORT. a 10-K-l H-ua 15 1S3 1S1H.V, ll-lhll 1J-1SH IS IMS 17 li H-1S.S. 1 !- a lo4 -l-Wrt ; lin zv- IsTo - lVMI r-is The drought of this commiiliit) Ii is teeii greatlv relieveil h) a gooil rain Sundav JnTinlght and again Moi.da) morn.i.g Scott riwari. oi eion. o , i- wiur ,ii .i... ... his mother Last aturda) as Mr. ami Mrs. George Wallace were driving on their way to visit friends near H)ron, llreen couut). O . their horse became si ared at a rag wagon. Jumping to one side and upset ting the buggv. throwing out the old tolks, Mrs. Wallace being iiiulernoatli. Mie was cut seriousl) about the head, requiring live stltcbe.. to sew up Nie gash, and was bruised about the bod) so she Is entlrel) helpless. Mr. Wallace came off more fortu nate and will be able to get about soon Charlej Duckvvell and wife. Phlllipsbnrg, Ohio, was the guest of his brother, I)r Duck well, of this place, over Sundav l)d Krjant and wife, of (ireene town shin, this count) . were visiting the Me-srs Sam. K. . and Daniel Baker, their untie. Suuds) TheW. C T I , of Mad Ulver township, will give a lawn fete at the resl deiici' of ltobert and Frank Miller, two and one-half miles south of Enon, next Satin day evening. Fver)bil) is invited to rome. The lawn fete at Chtrley hvv.ine)'s iun.. last Satiinlav night, was well managed and wen paironimi proisyeds ainoiinteil to nearl) &".- Mr. .1. W Woisl and faiuil) move to cw Carlisle. O.. Wednesda). where he will have charge of the school this coming vear Mr. Warren Barton, of New Carlisle, waa here Moudav Thltt) two bic)clists passed through Puoti Frida). on their w) to Da) ton. One of them, whl'e coasting down the hill east of Knoti, tngk a header and hurt his foot coniderahl). He stopped over at Dr. Duck" ell's for repairs, (nit was able soon to follow his companions The Shamrock base ball club of 'ugar Grove, this count). pla)wl the Knoti club Siinda) afternoon, mi their diamond in Mr A. H. Smith's grove. say "ready-made pants have n'l any style to them." for they ait on the liver, ki.i 3 , , , I) jet tlionmghl) nave, i 'on t say a vvuiu auum a thing you don't know all about, but take a look at what i n be done. lvoys' summer goods of all kinds at low enough figures. We want to get rid of all our Spring weights, for we have a stock of Fall and Winter weights coming that will crowd our store to its utmost capacity. LAWRENCLVlLLE. I.XVVl.t M I V I! I I ll: lliei:.t).ll Nine baud give a iisiu u suutnj) m ioiik Charles I!) man lias itluriod Iroui his uncle's in low t .1 II I oreni in visitid relttives in Darke loiiiiI) suiul iv the theri.ioiueter recistertsl IUI in the shade Hmrv (.ret n i- prospei ting in the v,pst tor a imution in whn h lo sillle llaivet (oiiimiiiiioti scrvues wen In Id "Mind iv at .leru-ftleiii iliincli Mrs ,udre Min null i still on tie s. k list lliepresi identof Hie knights of the (.olden ( in le lub of this diniii' Ihe ir w nits lo imu the (. A It His pnibttioii will tie longer thin Jaiol- Plowing for the next win at i rop has coniuieni eil .1. M. I allisoii moved to the C blent farm, near the l. Momliv x'ss Baker is expeiteil li.ifue from Denver. Col. this week with the rem tins ol his son. the late Dr .1 K Baker, if thev enn 1m- uh. eil The doctor had gone tin re a tew weeks ago for his health and was siipesl lo be improving, when the news o uisdeith ami i burial i tine all at once Tins vinnitv i aflluteil with a fiiuale trniip who makes herself it limn, aiivwhen- she coes sjrii of I- igs. Manufactureil onl) bj the l.lifornu Fig , "5)iu Co . sin Franciscii. Cil . is nature's j mil) true laxative. This pleisaut ("ill forma liquid fruit rimed) mav be had it Dr. Ca.n r s drug store. MK. tint It littles. It Is the most pit -sank piouipt and t tfet t ive renicilv known to vitalise the s)stem. to lue)s, and bowels gem-1 to ilisiel lieadai nes. colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation, .tidigcstion, anil kindrtsl ills. Ilii-rn s tint- lliiil-r in Spnnglield tint tloes not have to reort lo tvvoor Hint" ehuip sties i season to get rid of their goods The rcade boot aud shoe house put a price on their lioots and shoes thftt thev no in the season Howl tin', i I t lllj's. a i --n. ' Vi' l,-L 4-&C$ ! I ! THPl set of Us th Iioiii -" til1 ileiitist, "n s, Markt t lreet. ov .Not iir. Vicric-Hheri lijuiieii lint llir uinlersineit j V lias bVeu tin V i,',i iiiilnl ilttl iiiil.Iiiil is .isslnee of Th oiisl irth r VII leims tine slid rhninisl Vrthur stinnld be psid lo the uu8Vrlii-J VII persons bulilioi: ilalins Bgnnsl s ltd rtioiuas 1 Ar'lmr sh nhi pr. t-i t the s imr. i.ulv iritinl i 'bin llielin, ,o tided by 1 1 AlHU'tN KINKII l-r Vsiioeii( f 1. Vrihur Twere Well Done, were it Done Quickly. Every reader of these advertisements means to try hory Soap, but neglects to Ltty same. So we suggest vou telephone our grocer inns to send ou a cake One take will do to stait with. A WORD OF WARNING There are many white soaps, each represented to be " just ai good as the 'Ivor) ' ; " hey ARE NOT. but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask foi "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. Copyright, 1SSS bv Procte- Jk Gsmble I Notice lo Contr.it lors. THE CiLOSDON GLOTHISE COM'K. ol VI.FK rl'"l'"- VI - will be reielte.l tr tin i nBh ni J. s I il uf seer'lirv I i-inl i Hospital i iiiniiiissiiinirs r iniii " - M ! ! I Mnvk bpriiio ' "In i jriritl' t link ii.m.ii VritliT s,.!,,,, i,r is.- f ,r liirnltliiii. lo 1 tbr tnd iitaten its (or Hi- sle tin heatin. anil Plan blug ( lio.pl'i uian'iii. ana the 'tiouolab llrr Lmitf ii urnui; to the plans I tint syerinrit ns e i Ihr irtlee of t V t renter riNint i o nen ohk.s tinimlllee le-ervestne rignt '" Lie iri :i .11 ,1, l - 1 l 1.1 l"l 1. ecrelan I! aid ' """ il t inm sslmter Ia.RSIEIJXj &c CO., jEjE-.Cj1.I nrTOT. ,i$i'Vl , vy5 - Sfcr-tjWa,? Ti' r -ift -- lie Tururi Ktve Hundred anil Kleven Itnl tar- and Mev.nly Ceuls Into the t Ity Treasury Slate ea.es. Tolice Court Clerk A. C. Morrill has nearly completed Ins report for the month ot Jul) and It will be laid before council at iks meeting next Tuesda) night. During the month -Til cases were disposed of in the police court, -41 of which were cit) cases and J4 state tases. The receipts from tlne and costs were S"iG 'JO, of which SS4 .'a! were paid out in witness fees Clerk Morrill will turn over to the citv treasurer S'ill.70. as prpceeds of the court fur the month. The Hurt) -four state cases weie divided as follows: la-ceny . Assault aud battery .. . Carrying concealed weapons Assault Destroying property Adultery Fornication . v Cutting with Intent to wound Murder Pointing pistol . . Harboring a vicious dog Tout 11 Keal k.tate rrnusfers. Joseph A. Baldwin to Joseph Wren. .10 acres land In 1'Ieasant township. ?l,tV0. George F. Harris lo Michael Turtles, 1 75-100 acre.- land in Springfield township $100. Hugh M. McDonnald to Jacob Ko'ui. lot in Mclntire's addition" 3.V E. F McNall) to Howard W Miller, two lost In Kdvvardsvllle- SM. J. E. and K. B. l'Mlerove to Charles M. Welsh. proerty of south .Market street' 1VS2V llrldgee Hannahan et al to .VI i, hael llau- nahau. lot on east Main stieet: Sl.uOi). Board of education of German townshii to Jacob l Wagner, lot in T reuiont cit) SIM. Washington Wilson to Hie trusteei ot Uarmoii) township, SI UMi aires land in Harmonv township i : Jusvph K Iflel to W. "s. Baker, lot on southeni avenue: S7oO. E. C. tivvvn to IJosa llnsml. I,.t on south Factory street- SJ.41W 1-nos II. Whitesel to Justin 1 'appert, lot on l.agonda avenue- 31, "-dl. George F. Harris to Catheruie I'lslier, lot on College avenue' Sl.lOo. John W. Yeazell to Caroline Mahar, 1 and 70 UH) acres land id Pleasant townshii S-1.T-'. 'JO John W. Va7ell to Catharine Mahar. fortv -eight acres land in Pleasant lowtiship 2.:i7 ti". John W. V.i7ell to Fannie J. Mahar. twelve aires land m 1'Ie.isaut township SV7 ! H5 (.eorge Spence lo I.iuls tetter, lot In Spent e's addition. Jsr, hli Wllkeuson to John A. Fisher, lot in Slgler's addition S-t'i. O. 11 Evans to HouoraMurpli), pnqrtv on south Spring street. S",100 George Brain to Ellen I. iiuslmell et al . proper!) In Brain's first addition $1. George llraln to Ellen 1. llnshnell et al . quit claim to lands In cit) l i ..n.tlin lewttoKlten t. Itnshliell el al.. land In fit) S"01 47 ' I Ward Frt). trustee, lo It F Print et I al . lot on north Market street- S-'.V'i I Vtatthevv Baker to James II Cooker lot in Smith A Thomas's uddiliou S am Eiecutors of John I lullnw to Christian .o. ol au loiliHtiuo. In i ilntvviin; nmin hi FiMi avenue 'wo men vtere t)isciissin etlut ilioiuil quo turn fioin the pr.utic.tl K)int of view ol c.ish uh I v. lilt pteivtsl One vv.h stick ler for Viier.cn eiliitatiou He had told about h s daughter's liiilsh and i)lish when the othei -siul What did It cost .1 )tnr' 'Weil leplicil Ihe tlrst. I f-pent .ilsmt .fl.HCui.t .ve.tr tlrst nnd last, not to iiuiitioii htrtlothmg Her mother .ittemletl to that, vvhiie 1 simpl) laid the , sibool lulls proper Uj tin vvav niv dttmliter lanieiits the f ut that jtitir -irl h.iI.s better French than sue can The stsoml -pi.iker took up the thre ul of con vers.ttioit heie by aJlllK Well, 1 tbdu t Hiv -1,IsIm jeur for it. I sent her to J t .mad t to .i convent No ear did she, cost ver if Joil, iul I inn pioud of her 1 here are n dozen convents tit Cnimilt the mother sun.nurs in which un tiuni old ulnl uoote huucli families, vvheie the in htiiiction given tjirls esH-cialh is.ulniir I libit mid Hit ilitftrciKe to it man pix:ktt j I hive JUst illuslratetl to ou 11) t! c w iv, Lanatlt is Anunta, to all intents j nnd purpscs so we have no qftrrtl on that -core ' line the conversation I iliiii-eil Vevv York Tribune j The Throng on ItriiNilnay. MiopkeeiH i s nlolig lluuilvviiv lKlotv Kojrleentli rtrett s.t) tint tlie surfm e ir- on thai ihoroiiKhfare have taktn .tvv v imnv of the familiar ikt-oh ii s who u-etl ,o v ulk up town fioin their of tlct M ftudv tht imsmii tlinmu A vet t ran si()rekcs?K'r avs that not mini) )ears .tSo he could till the timeof tl I) lv stand iiiif outside ami noticing the faces that pa.s-.sl him Dozens of men would not v.nrv more tiuni live minutes m months in tin irilail) walk the) sc.in the trow d inm.td ivs from the front platform of the Hitudvva) t.irs Vevv Vork sun MJAMmSa w &rn& ft iyiA ----aV-i zu3J-zzssA ITONiESfTM uNDRYFspringfield. 0. 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 A Sill. HetuUiriie. 'llioiisands who have suffered intensely with sick headache -av that Hood's Sarsaparilla has rompletel) cured them. One gentleman thus relieveil. writes: "Hood's Sarsaparilla is worth its weight in gold." Sold b) all druggist,. 100 doses SI. ir Vou Want to save money on jour shoe bills, do not fail to call on Starkey A SooWuen. the a i- 'l Son Vetl-llli! '... Atliriosilv in Mr V tkelli Id s ln, a Diitth thk .'mi jt.irs old vv'ntli e.-i iliiulv hit- Ut u ,t urt ot iiimh intiu-tm hisiurv It is an u-lv littler block of a ilock, s, vi u i i uhl twins stu in ii, i is pkutsl huh tuoii.Ii oq lilt will to .tllovv its vvtiglits to thai the tloor and vtotiuil up bv pulling loiu tliiuluu ili.lin It is a qlleil little VVlsultll .mil 1 ras.s t lock, imlelv lu.idt. vviih .ill mini ten stm,; f ue l! Iimksiiiore liken sle, pv Tiiutt of a ilixk. than a smut, reliable titni piece Vtverllilt-s a i-.ij-i-ailu.Uc ', of itoutloiii mill .- It told time to the I stutlints oi th it n siiiiiiinii fur miuv vt us 0h 111114 otu ol toe ictnt Is vvintu (min lln suits uf tin old Ditiilini.ui and i . ;oii wile lunges, tint st,s i hi- uiscnp in i 1 du ml Iliiive It Tuudum tol 'i -t. ls'ls lUlow it .ire (he names lost ih Hunt mid fh ".iitht il.iml IloiMlo.'i, I!1' lAivistor Iuiiiii ii CREAM AKI N sl?ST PERFECT MA0, I'.iil In 'lie 1 mte.l stitr, ,, rnment 1 u ilorsed by the lienlsiif Itie ureal 1 Ii versilles is ihestr uurst Purest aud iifist lit- tlthfiil lir Prltestti. n'f l'ski" 1' ucler tint il".s not erttit'llt 'inmuii i I one or A urn s, only ill t an. ff.IC.l- llvKIN'. I'l VM'I It HI M.S VUKk H ii i I "' S HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO, (JOIMis) '.M.t.l FOR IMI DKMVEKED. TELF.1MI0XE I3H. COCA WINE! A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIGORATOR. t Benefiicial in General Debility, Eiaustion, anj just the thing to help you through the hot weather. Large bottles, $1. CHARLESLUDLOW & CO., Pharmacits, 55 East Main Street. An Ordinance I i.r.uililii; the ( Ii impi ut Fleeiru I i-ht t .on j piuy of soillritlehl ll'ini the rlchl I iv I pipes through eetlain tlleys mJ streets i ( snl c ty for the i .on cyalite ( nit lor power and licatl-g imrp ,ses i sM mil Deli onl ill ed hi thetitv council . ottbeiliv .if sUrliurleld Ohio, that the pnv llfcelie. ami is htreby granted tothe t ham ploll hlectric Lithtt unipni) to upei Iheallej , runulueast lua t:stirjrti Vl.ir'et t" ( enter! str-ets inttie rear of the ne plantifstd Electriel Iglitl't mpinvmiM ishlc.-tiins'rrrt the ill-y n nnln smith lhrt-iruin to Jrn isuu street in Un tearol llf i ell nl e glue hull, tii.l lti..l i r I mil irtlersi i sltret tviii.-'n irtti ultheli iiss t Uf I" i V -i I I. It itdrv cavitlli' ami IsMllglll sm-li allt-vs. itl li, street Iroui III' plaltol wltoiiiulit t t'-e tracks of said r-ilrn id a ll i-ol iri n tls-M lit t J e.isrtdh - eU'it mc'-es in di iiiiettr fur tn' purpose n(enrii-i iit d for heating and power purposes tnii.i a. id railru.ul lothe si tu, ,,, sunt lie tin I.UU' oilipiliv .,. s K(, rx ,.i tti ,11 ai tl I ivii ir iml ill drt ills It latere! ce ttieretostirtll lie u der Ih ttlrei iloa "( theenalueer n( sod cilv iml s id allejsn Id slreel tllet sui It Ulpe lslsidsttl within Ihe iliv-il.i il edlll.s guiliilliti tlou in cvervresptet as il.esilneiveiel.et n the making "f iUi ejesvatliill therein .1 lie sole ci st id Hie sot 1 I lei in. I iclit oini a si I hei Itk reset . s the lltflit t" re lite sill ll III lies lib relil'Vedat the expense sill Piet trie Light i umii-inv on leu ilavs u. ttce ll Hie use tiierent at any lime eitdneis Hie life iiei.llhiil iriiiertv i.I litlelis ul sit.l i.ity 1 sM I linsortininie .bill I Ike elfei I an I belli I. ore f rum md allet Ihe lime provided bv law ( r its letl puii ii ilo ii tiul slid I lei I trie huh mnaiiy shall pay the est ol pub liratioii heriof -' "-"'- 1' ;""r TH.IMV. ftfHt l'fi"ildrlit J s n ui ip it it rk 1" m UL SI OUT SALE! sOJF eTcursion August tfth. vtatbe I. It A W., I cade shoe dealer. Thev will a.e )ou iroui will be good returning until August it). 21 to SO cents on ever) pair jou buj. I.Hwe. lantl in Ludlow's addition 5.!.u t.lit. I ut Mi, .s.tvv vork iiLinictrs la stir Wh) don't von make beautiful ivaintings, v. , l( i ii onlv one who vvaslsiiii gentle reader, or write a novel like "I.es mi he tlr iiiitu protc-siuii nnd brought Misirables" in a deathless wein like (,p m the t i.-ctation of tollow ua man "Ixsksle) Hall.'" 'ton answei. lletause ' ,,inj , iretr jou were not liorn to do .iitliatliiug )ou haven't the "gilL- That Is just the reason ,,nirp7t sain valuer IT I RrftTCDIllI wh) tl.et.r.linar) ph)sician does not se- WHEELS AND WHEEL IVlAT tKlrtL I .1.H.A..I. n...l ...bill ..lt(U,t ...I . o 13 tl.l . ceeu hi iiiiuiioi Aim i iiiii,iiii I. . - . !- i lacks the "gift." Gifts alone will not slit ike. but when a man has the "gift" and the education, as has Dr. Albert, tlie distill-1 guishetl founder of the Cleveland Medical Institute, lie tiecomes what is called a gen ius, and can do things whitli other people can't do. The most wonderful part of Dr Albert's power consists 111 his being able correctl) to diognose the disease. If joui are suffering, do not tail In consult nun when he is at the Lat,otida House. Sprmi, held on Friday, Vugiist oth. FOR SALE AT DRI5C0LS SHOP Fancy and Staple Groceries Carried by the firm known as S. J. Straley & Co. will be GLPSED OUTAT G05TMD LE55THUI COST The sale commences immediately and continues until sold. C, C, FUNIS, Receiver. IDOIT'T BUY TTOXJPL 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 SPRINGFIELD WHEEL CO. Place, 74 Wast Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam. All kinds of wagon and carriage repair work done promptly at lowest prices. - t II -3 - 1: S.3 lL'4 WIN IN 4L JNTD SEE THE KIND OF .A. H A.T IO CE3STTS BTJlrTS NOW. &88B&&&ffl8B& MI