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t 11 n umiMiiBhi --- O-w, bi 53 a .?' .. T, V HEPUBLTO, THUH-sua EVENING, Ali.UsT 4 i88T. iv-ra c "WE SELL Star Cracker, 5c per peaad. Sugar, Cheapest ia the City. (Jo Wen Rio CoftV, 25c a' poaad. Flour at Mill Prices. Good Ground Coffee, 20c a lb. Picnic and Excursion Goods. Vinegar, only 15c per gallon. Pickles, oc per doiea. Fruits and Melons Daily. At Either Store. toPfjp& ARBAIN STORES, 1 and S rt 51 ada St. avast Baath Mar. ket St.tSprlacflldt O. All ki. r.SkirU .VMAj-mmit ud M-tie to Or4er. BattoB Trices. UAj. 1 be Shirt Xiker u J In'j FarnUbcr, So. 5 Eut Mali Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. rill AUVKBTISHIO. AS AND AFTER Today the Springfield V DaltY BarOBUCWUI insert sucn "mam m. -W-nta" -Last." "For Heat." "For Sale,' etc.. In toll oolann one time tree, three times for twenty-five cents, and Usttmes for fifty cents. TUEbPKlMUriKLUi'UH.VV. MsySJ. ISS7. WANTED. TJTTAXTED Parties having InTentlnnt t IT natent to call on Camnbell A Urldley, Patent Attorneys, Bookwatter block. Lime- atone aid High streeU. w ANTED (Hri At KD W. Hlght street. 1Kb TtT ANTED Two young ladle, at .'O Waahlng U ton. Call from 1 till 7 p.m. Prof. ). v. Leeaer. WANTED-A reliable man to repreaent our nurseries In tblt section. Somethlrg permanent. Chas. II. Stuart A Ce., nuraerj- men. Newark. Kew York, esunrunea isnz. Tr7AXTEI-Latty. active and Intelligent, to IT rerrcsent.ln lirrowulocality.an oianrm; reference required: permaaeat poaltlon and good salary. E. J. Johnson. Manacer. 16 Bar clay st.v, x. F1VK Hundred DolUrs 1 all you need to work two valuable patents. The Alnalle Rollup and Folding Spring Beds, which wiU pay you 300 per cent-1 will sell you the patents for the county oi usra lor a-wu. ana xurnisn yoaimii enough made-np material to pay hack yonr In vestment of S300. Parties buying will receive all Information as to manufacturing and rust of material, where ran be purchued. The machinery costs HO. Parties with Hew of pur chasing. 1 will personally meet and give de sire! Information. Address.lleorge 11. Alns lle. care of M. D.Xalcott. ISO Dearborn street. Chicago IU. lat WANIED-All kinds of clothe wringer to repair: called for and deUTered: order a mall promptly attended to. S.M. Miller. West Main. FOR SALE FOR SALE-A new frame house ol twelve rooms, built tor two families, good, cellar; large let; Dn-lyaltnated; will tell cheap: want money. Inquire at this office Krn TvOR SALE A "handsome bar niche; lr,scol make; nearly new; will Ik sold at a liar gain Call at ruS. Market street. ISIr "DOR SALE Mngle-corab blown Leghorns. X Apply to No. Ri v Ine street. John cashin. FIR SALE-Two fine building lotsiu nraiu's addition to the rlty of Springfield, situated on Harrison avenue between Ulenn and Bald win avenue. For term and other particular apply to Cochran A Rodger' law office. King' building. F. OK SALE Ta m -ikxJ. hoc est jouukC man X oruT.one-xu.ix mieresr in a very nicr ma frolltdVbl business. Cub capital required, tSJOi For particular 4ilm. Box 727. l?.s .4 ,.., Al-ln iTfltf rfiiUKunui WUIU. m.w FOR SALE-Estxbllsbed bank In a Uve Kan aas town of WO population; coed schools, churches, etc. Bank toUy equipped and doing a fine business Bank banding and lot on Main street. Good (re and burglar-proof aale: all neeessarv fixture, etc uood rest denee and 4 lots: all set In trult and shade trees; "convenient to business:" also farm ol 230 acres. IS miles from town. The property Is all good and nicely located. 1 wish to re tire from business, and will aeU far the actual cash value ol the property. If von mean busi ness, wrlte.or call and see for yoarself. Ad dress. J. 11. Lambert; Latham. jlaUer county. Kama Itfmit FIR HALE A fine cabinet grand piano, for halt price, as parries are soon to leave the city and must sell- Inquire at Wm.A. Fay's. Cooper arcane. , 138tf P)R SALE-Sewlagat ly finished; flvedr' ae; sew; beautlful- .re ror leas than half Iteost. Call at Is aouiaCemter street, istt FOR RENT. FR BINT A targe root. x61 feet on 2nd floor. atSo-71 wawt Wi street. All In ?:ood repair, aad can be saade saltable for amlly to live In. Address A.Bteleer. office 71 west Main street. 1131 FOR RENT Building and yard room, alio two rooms 40tro feet, very suitable for manufacturing purpose. Power furnished If wante . Call en or address Springfield .Ma- caineTool Co . cor, main and w estern ave. FOR P.K.VT Good bouseolvrooms.wlthbath room, good water, two cisterns, pleasantly located, amplejgrounds.ran be had August 1st. Apply to rYm. H. Qrant. No. W K. High. 17--tf FOR RENT House Corner Xortliand Plum streets: wven nwms: water and gas In house; rent 116. Call at 175 north Plum street. MONEY TO LUA.. M0XEVT0L01N Inlargeormall amounts, on lone or short tiin. Inquire of C B. Kissell. Room 5 Commercial block. Llmtstone U Springfield, o. iwt am- UTONEY TO lOAN-Io sum of tJ to I7.(W, JZL on three to fl ve years' U me. on first mort gage or approved commercial paper, oeorge II. Coles, room No. 1. Lagonda hank building. a. v. v.s sushis, w. n. a. r. nori . u. ORS. VAN mm l HOUSE, Physicians and Surgeons. once, 'o. 3 .Mit.-lieil lllock. Klrt.ess Ko. 143 Hlgl. t. OOce Hours. 10 a.m. to 12 m, lp.m. to 3 p. in. I and evenings. I SHIRTS! SSMfgffKfBBSSBsl OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Ill RENNET! This IsaTrry convenient and cheap artl elf tor making nice, cooling and HEALTHY- DESERTS! UtedwUhmllkonlr.lt makes a superior article of SLIP OB JUNKET Used with small fruit and milk makes a DELICIOUS FRUGOLAC These are just the foods to use In hot weather. Pilee SSc per bottle For sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, fith.r'.Hlo.k. MatnStrMt,:itl Door Wost off XAmastoucSprlngtleltf . LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. Kreil (totwald got t Ciiicinniti nev. week. ilr. W. li. Chew, of tlie Xenla t7ii;rfff. wu iu town tinlay. It Is seldom that the Ktnvts of tlie ciiy are more crowded than they were tixhiy. Bom to Kev. and Mrs. S. I'. 1 unl.ij a son. Dr. (ieo. I), flratit attemling plixsl clan. Mrs. J. 11 Atherton will Wt in Mhii neld a feu dajx with Mr. Jooob AthertonV family. Ilev. Oeorge II. (intwald and wife and Mr. Will W. Cotwald left Lnlav for Sa Una, Kaii'aN. linn. Joeili i. Je-.t, of the eiua TurcJilltfht, was in town today a tew hour oil bunes.1. Miss Jessie Nicely, of wet High -tree! Ictt today via the I. II. V. for her home at Lancaaler, (I. Miss Llda Wilson, of West Msntield, is In the city, the guest of Mr. and Mr. A. II. D.rayer, of north Factory streeL Mr. Peter Tuhey.of n flallagher street, has been very sick for tlie just week. Ilr. U'Neil is his atttidiiig physician. Miss liussie Conklln has returned from her six weeks' visit to Johnson's I-land, Lake Krle. 3he reports a very delightful time. Mr. John Harnett anil hi -itT Mi-- Carrie, of rrhana, who have Ihvii iitiug air. and Mrs. T. J. Klrkpatrick, hato ir turneti home. Mrs.Wm. Kaiubridge and daughter, Misi l.aott4i. of Cleveland, aie the guests of their rejathes, Mr. and Mrs. Will Shaw, of north Market street Mrs. Mary Cooney and ilaiighter, of nu Linden avenue, U visiting friends at Iron- ton. ()., ami will not return to this city un til September l. Mr. John T. King, of '-! east I'leasant stree has opened up business at the corner of Clifton and East streets, and Is doing a good trade. Miss I-iile Sh roll fe, of Yellow Springs, i visiting her cousins. Miss Lou Sliroufe and Mr. I. O. Shrofe, at r.0 west .lellerx.n street this week. Or. Ionard's admirers of I'rliana, have purchased a tent at Uie ramp-grounds and presented it to the doctor. He and family will occupy it at the coming meeting. Cr tuna Ciflroi. Mrs. Clara Meintire gae a very pleasant elilldren's party last evening at her resi dence on north Market streeL Those present were mostly reIatiesof the family. A very pleasant time was enjoyed. Dr. J. J. Coram, lite of Zanc-ville. y gan county, has just ojened a ilrug sUire at the corner of Kast and Clifton streets. where he Is doing a steady and growing business. He is aNo a practicing physician. Preaching in a gospel tent, located on tlie corner of east High street and tireen- inouut avenue, near (ircenniount cemetery. at 8 o'clock every evening this week; also Sabbath evening. All are cordially in vited. Itriug your gospel hymns. J. II Roberts, pa-tor. Trinity Itaptist. One of the most spiriUsi posl iiutclie: wntcn eertfloc place in bprtngheld was waged yesterday between John Cohan and John Lynch, commonly known as tlie "Hi bernian Vignaux," at Uieir place on Main streeL Cohan won three out of a possible three, and Lynch got even by calling him the "old man" at every breath the rest of the day. At the isengerfest at Columbus, held re cently, no organization attracted more attention or received more cotuuiendathn than the "M" pjartette of tlie Springfield Mirnuerchor. It is composed of Messrs. I. E Montanus, 1st tenor: I'rof. S. Mu-IIer, id tenor; l'rof. August Maimne-, 1st bus and Mr. Paul Miller, 2d has. All tlie gen tlemen's names commence with ".M," hence the origin of tlie name. The iiiartette did splendid singing and were uimeisally praised. The organization will be made a permanent one. Tlie excursion tickets to Niagara on the excursion August 9th, via the I. li. A- W., will be good returning until August If,. Notwithstanding thi Kxlreiiif Hut weather and the numerous cheap sales closing sales and bankrupt sales last week, Starkey A- Scowden of the famous one price cash boot and shoe house, did an enormous Business, especially Saturday, day and evening, their store looked like a grand dress party. Cood goods at low prices will win. They are tho only house in Springfield that retail at wholesale prices. Used by the United States dovernmeut. En dorsed by the heads of thelireat riiiversities swat tti.sIt ritnisuat Dm uMf1 A rt..d II..UM..1 s;j iiiLLiiuiifciak! Hirst, AI1U filivnt, tltTstllliiUl "r Price s the only Baking Powder that does J2ff J,,. mn,onl- L1"- ur A""-- ..Id PRICE BAKIN'ti POWDER CO . m'ki. iuicako. si uicis. p?pRicr$ CREAM ?AKin ruwDur !PERFECTWP A VALUABLE ADDITION. I.lst .r Valuable Hook. .IiikI 1'lHcedoii tin sMim ol the I'uhlie Library for Clr culatloo. New and aluable books are constantly lieing added to the public library, and ever) effort is made by tlie librarian and trustees, with the limit's! means at their disposal, to keep Springfield's library abreast ot the times. The following desirable books liae just been placed In the library for circulation. tdtenture. of Tad Converse Agriculture in Some ol Its Relations tlth t'hemlstry. two olumes .... . .Stoxer VlexauUei a nmplre "Mori .i the a turns." . . Mahny Mkiliest The. . llaltac Mien lfu.itrnnj.hi . llggam ime.le Discovered by the Welch llowen roerlcan Colleges and the merlcan Public. Porter American Electoral System. . O'Xell Aiucllcaul.il rature. Etc. . . Whipple tmericau folltlcal Ecouomy. llowen American State Cou:itutlous. Hitchcock Indent Legion of Ireland . . llde Appeal to Lile .Mimger iitutid the World on a liic)cle . ... stevens Aunt ..ri.a roundllng Adams Autobiography of Peter I'artwnght. . Strickland llaldlue nu omer tales Edler Balkan Peninsula. Laveleve liar Harbor Days Harrison Heauihamp's Career. ... eredlth ik-utiiluerl's Victory litsbee lletwcen M biles. "II II "' I'.tlnd Hrothcr , . .. (Jreene llrideof the Nile a romance. Kbers llrow nine's Women . . Hurt Uuchholz Family. Part Second -ttnde Calif omia'Anierlean Commonwealths," . ...Royre lathedialDavs Iiojd Celebrities ol the Century .. ..Jiaiiders Charles Reade. .Memoir Keadc Child of the Century ..Wheelwright' China. U lib a tilance at Jaiau .Wilson I'hroniclesol the Coach Chaplin Club of One uou rocnileaus. Vacation Idyl . Cuniifngham Comforting 1 noughts. .. Needier t',mr.ioti ense :cience lleu t'onfesiiljlis ot laud . t'awcelt Connecticut. "American Couimon wealths." . Johnson 'rackecloe "N, Name Series." rtiore. an Italian School Boy's Journal De.lmicls i rnsiue of the Excelsior llarte Daffodils Whitney Dtute. His l.ifeaud Works War' D scrp if itotauj. . .- ..Vouma s l?lctloniy of KelUiuli . lleuhaiu iiue .sorlu. (iinnpscsoi dcanaiiiaia ano Russia - .. llallou I'.arlrTudnrt . .Moberli Enujatlou of the Artist .. . besneau Egoist The ...Meredith Environment, A Story .- .. .. .. .. Mel'roy KtOsodcs in a IJfeof denture.. .Ulipliaul Essentials of Perspeet:e. . . ..Miller Evolution aud Religion ..Beecher ractorsot Organic Evolution Sicnrer Kalrfax (llrls -Conklln Kedrral Constitution, An EssaT .. llaker Final Memorials otll W. Linglellow . .. .- .... - J-. Longfellow l'lsher UuestlontTlie'. - - - I sham Flaming Feather -. - ...Monroe flower Painting in till Colors OJenhelnier Kowlrr lonilug the Ketters. Elc ... . lelHUder ilanie of Chance t ombs ileorce t'anulng. "hnglish worthies. ... Hill History ol England tor beginners ... ..Buckley History of England In l"th'entury.2 vol umes . . . . ... .l'cky History ot -Modern Eur-'pe .. . - Kyffe llowtolravrl .: ..Knot Humble Romance, etc .. . Wilkins In Ole Virginia, etc .... Page Inter-stale Commerce ct ... .Dos l'assos ln.ind Mnce the I nion. l.s-lsv, McCarlhv Ivan llyltrh. etc - Tolstoi Jewish social Lite In Time of Christ Edershelm .llllaud Jac Dillwvn John Adams and Thos Jeftersou. Moddard John Sevier as a Commonwealth Builder lillmore John. spicer Lectures Diaz Juanita Romance In Cuba ... Mann Katla . ... - Tolstoi Knight Errant: V novel Lvall Lad's Love' A) . .....Bates Lectures and Essays . Cllflord Lectures at Phillips Exeter Academy .. sundry uthors Letters troin tlie t-ar -,asL I. tie Among theUenuaus Life of Henry Clar Ml leirtmer A novel London ... .Manual of Oil painting . Margaret of Angoulenie .. .Mechanics of .Machinery Moid-Jones .Parry Schurz ... .Haven ..Loftle .. Collier Koblnson .Kennedv .Hubbard Memorials ot a Half Ceutury Memories ot the .Men vv ho .saved the union . . . Mistaken Patio: A novel ... Piatt . .Dick Mrs sj,iu ii.neoli Keunard Mosaic i ritin of the Peutateilcbal . . Codes V Yew v ork."Amerl -an Couiuionwealths" Roberts Norway .Sights and llusslau Days.. . .Davl Outlines of International Law Davl Pere tioriot Balzac Personal Memoirs . . ..fhe Record of ilraut vs. McCleltan Pleasures of a Book Worm Rees Poems and Dramas .Robt. Browning Pretty Mls Bellew .. Haven Principles of bducatloii Practically Ap plied. .. tlreeawood Prisoners.!! Poverty Campbell Prose pastorals.. - .Sylvester Proverbs from Plymouth Pulpit lleeeher Provinces of the Roman Kmnlre. ' vol umes Mommien Psychology. The Motive Powers . .. . McCosh queens of Song. Biography ... Clayton Random Recollections .... tantou Ruba Di Roma. 2 volumes . . Sto'y Romance of a Letter . . Choate Komanceof Invention Burnlev Rothschllds (The) . Iteeves Roundabout to .Moscow Bouton Rusty Linchpin, etc. Kokhanovsky bablna.embra .vim. mack Ssraeiuesca . Crawforil Scotland As It Vvasand As It Is V'gyll haybakslu Camp Barrows She aud He . Haggard Sigrld. An Icelandic LoveStory .'Ihoroddsen some t h'nese t.hosts llenrn Sprlughaven Blackuiore .-tarlling Exploits of Dr. J. 11. (Jules Celleve steam Engine - Holmes Horyof Ancient Egypt llawllnson Storv f Assyria Hszozin story ot a New York lloase Buiiucr .suuimerln Englandwithll.vv.Beecher Pond hekla: story ot leunese musical Hie Annstrong Theophllus Trent .Taylor Thoughts of Beauty. Buskin Through the fields with Linnaeus, two volumes . taflny Trade Organizations In Politics Miller Tragic Mystery - .. . Julian Hawthorne Treatise on surveying .. Staley iwentv tears with the indicator, two volumes . . . Pray Twilight of Life . . .Ellerton Two Brothers Balzac Voice. ongaed speech Brown .t Behuke Wasteland Wanderings ... . . .Abbott Week Away from rime . ... Auou Whole Truth . Then a novel .. . .Chadwick Witch's Head Haggard W'oodlandcrs . llardv 1 esterday with Actors Relcnnld tt 1 1. slow okeof theThorah -. . Luska Zury. the Meanest Man In Spring County Kirklaud UNCLAIMED LETTERS llsiunlnlng In tin, sipriligttelil.Ohlo, rout. OrH.e.Aug. I. 18HT. IMIUCsTIC. lston.Tlm Hoffman. Miss CUia Bliss.Mrs Ida Bell. Rev J Blrd.C Haslet Balay. Cine Barr. Miss Alice Betterldge. Walter II Murger. Henry Bond. ;" i'-rlant.! " C irson. J Indianapolis Lounge I o Johusou.Mlss C Jeflery. S W Kelly, rsinu Kurg. R W LeSel, Mary C Launuli.C M la-ouard. Miss Katie Lewis. Joshua Miles, Miss Hose .M'Dan'l. Joh'souACo Morgan. V'arren Magee, Chas Miller. Miss Mary Meharry.FrankT McDaniel. D Mitchell. C 1' Price. .Miss Ellen I'ltcher.C L Peterson. Miss Nellie iroSect Ma. A En. Co Parker. .Mrs AT Robberts. .!' Reynolds. Mrs Mary Randol. Joseph Roberts, Mrs Ruth Roberts. MrsM J HUse. Mrs (ieo M Mieelcy. John W Short, Mack Seaman. Thomas M Simpson, Miss Rettic Smith..) I" smith. Peter Tauchlld. Madam Telric. Charles Thompson, s ermouL Lewis Wiley. I J William. .Mrs Nannie Walker. II I. Vtrlkcr. Rev Ed Mare A Uardie Vt'ariuan. A 11 Webb. Mrs Win C-alg. Harry v. uster. Miss Sarah Craig. Master Tom Chapman. M Cutchall. David Curtis, Miss Eannle Dolan. Miss Mary Duncan. Lilly. Donahue. D ' Drlseol. Mrs MaryC Donovan. Jtihii I' Kniersoli. Bob'rt Field. Mrs CD Foley, Miss Joe ,11 Franklin. Miss Flora Fulton. Miss Emilia Market Si Franglpo. Antonio D French. Clayton Forberg. I Finning. James i.rimth. Mrsl'rlcllla i.ayer. L llllle. Edward i.rreu. Miss Clara eate Ml'gl o iirinin. Henry liray. Miss Martha ilardner. Chas Henderson. Miss Ben Hallen. Stephen Hughes. Mrs M J Harper. Mrs Mattie Hall. Miss Lizzie Hanger. tORIM.S. Haling,' harles Lane, Mrs James lrlepeu. A MkTLK.N. Sharpe.R K Persons calllug lor these letters "will please say advertised, and give date of list. Itnot called for In one month they will be sent to the Head betterumce. Letters must lie directed to street and num ber In order to have them promptly and cor recflydelivered. Jb.JoHHS.SK.l'. M. 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 IMITTST BE SOLID OTTT IN" T"WO 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 THE OLD MILL. Ilere from Hi brow of tl" hill I look Tlirongtin lalli,sof Usibsand leocs On tl,e old grav null, with iLspambro-l roof. And tile ia,s.fii lis rutting cav.-s I liearttu-elstterthat jars its walls. And Ihc rushing vaier's soiind. And I S.S?. ih- lilHk tbslts rise ami tall AStliellsl ,N-SSloVIV IVIlUil 1 roile lliere oftt n tiLcn I was voting, Wnti inv grist on the bors.. l.-fore. And l ilk-sl nub Nellie, Hie inlll.-r's girl. As 1 wnitcl niv turn 01 thedoor. And Willie sue IimssisI Iht iingU-ts bniwn. And tlirtcl and cLatte,! sofiee, TbeHb,H-l imht stcporlbeulieei might go. It was all tho same to me. Tis twenty v cars tinee last I st.I On iLe sj.t vltcre 1 (.tattd n-djv And N, Hit- is uisl and the miller is dead. And the noil and 1 an' j:iav Bin l.'lli i.U we fall into nun and wreck. To ,,ur lotttuie , f l il arc l.ulud. And tb.- nun g,.-s and the stream flows, Au'l lb. wheel moves slow ly round -llibm Beacon uoiiriialtmu m Ifulgailis. A correspondent of The Nuvoe Vreinya, of St. I'eterslmrK, says that in lliilirnria a Journal is published innlniost every town and village where there is n printing office, only all the papers contain exactly tlieisitue inntter ami differ uuly in their titles, llefore tlie proclamation of the l'riiiciimlitv I "lore were forty eiaht ltul- xarian gazettes, since the lilieration the number has risen to elshty live, not in eluding I.V) lTVicvvs which have Mppe.ired In the course of the present centurv. the tnajuritv ot which have now totailv disap peared. New York Tribune ltie Itritish Vfnselllll' llt.oks. The Lsoks Ih the British iiuseuni are lnuiud on a principle, historical works lieine in rel. theoltxiical iu blue, ptn'titnl in jelluvv, nutiiral history Iu gitH'ii. lie side this, each part of a loltitnc l stanilietl with a murk by which it tan liedistin-Klip-hod as iuuenni projierty, ami of tlif ferent colors; thus, red lnilutttes tliat a IsKik was purchased, blue that it came by copyright, and yellow that it was pte teliUsl. llostou Herald. The Tooting of laicomotlves. A mechanical expert given to curious investigation estimates that the tootlnu of hooKiotives on thoNevv York, New Haven anil llarttonl railroad, in an oidiimry day's nin. Involves a waste of steam re quiriui; the consumption of SSI pounds of coal to renew, lie estimates the vvhis tlins e.viensesof tkit jiarticuhir railway at $13,00) a ear. Sau Kraucisco t'hronicle. till laoikollt lottlitaln. .fieorge Hancroft. the venerable hlstiv rlati, visitist lsikout mountain the other day. and said It was.the grandest view his eye ever saw Iu all his trivets he had never stvn nny M.ene to cACted its sublime traudt'ur. VVii.liliigtnii i'oiorea society, A cnriuiLs development has U-en noticed ot late in the colored society of Washing ton There ale degrees, and quite eAcltl siveones, amomg the negro race, the nearly white, wealthy ami educates! having very little to do with the less favored. Colored jieople own some of the best real estate on the fashionable avenues, and several col ored men have built up handsome fortunes as money lenders, proving themselves as shrewd and businesslike ns tho white cap italists. 'Wealthy colored, society 1ms of late taken to horseback riding and tri cycling. It is getting to be a common thing to see colored ladies out riding iu the sunset hour, which nil fashionable Washington devotes to riding and driving. Some ride on horseback well, ami if well veiled are quite likely to turn the heads of passiug o'jjcrvcrs. X Y Sun. ltlttimliious ICork. Anion the jHsruliar resources of Santa Cruz, t'al., is a lnr(.e body of bituminous rock. This co-.ers r.bout 1,000 acres, and the layer is from ten tollfty feet thick. A large part of the main street aud sidewalk of tlie place has liecn coated with this. They lirst cover the street with a solid IksI of stone, roll it, add then cover this vv Hit n coating of this rock, slightly beared, so that it will flow. Although only one inch thick, tills coatim; resists Iieavv pressure. and is more desirable than asphaltuui. Boston lludget. Montana Justice. Montana Judge What is he charged Comtal.lc Hol.liu' that his shootin' litrr iron counted in a Hush. Judge Drinks for thocrowd. Next! CoustaLle This here chap calls hiso'f Me Cosky Ilutt, and fays "daypo" an' i ther nu' ni ther. Judje Two hours ter git outer th' county. Washington Critia Mttpttl Cbllilren l Srliottl. Oucof the licet business men we know was a dreadfully stupid boy in iiumK-rs; one of the be-t writers coiihl not sjs'U vvl.icli" witlumt a "t " one of the U-st r.nitors was a wrctchcl reader iu his lirst icliool year, one of the best teachers wak ..lischlevous almost to viciousness. Dis crrlan: notes in diildlussl do not neces sarily ine n talk of harmony or success iu life llostou .lourual of KJuaitioii. Tfereditary gout n a most unjust uisense. The falher has hatl nil the fun and tho son catch-, most of the pain. New Ot leans Tic Rjune. In some ciiiintryhouses the ojien lire place is niivv tilled witli shelves to hold brie u brae. The leatllii; ilentist In St. Petersburg Is an ' American, w l.o has all tho pulliuj; mid lilini; bw can ultcnd t YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. Xo.Mnn ll:i.:i Moral flight to lie Sick, il lift fun lie direil. Did it ever occur to you. invalid, wholly or partially deindent on jour friends, or at instable to do far less for your dear oii-s and yourselt thin you wish to do. hit vou have absolutely no mora! right to remain in sucli a condition until vou have exhausted every means for relief? If you never did, it's a good time to think of it now, for Dr. Albert, the distinguished Cleveland physician, the head or the Al bert Medlcai Institute, will be at the La gonda house, Springtield. tomorrow. Tlili 7liit Tuiin ta ti lia nnirin a tuwti ilri nf ,Jk.,oiia I bviiut ia it na iiitiMU u rs'v ctai ii it (iu-s ui tt. i chronic and ditllcult eases, with remarkable I s icce.ss, and he comes to us so highly en- tlorsed and recommended as a man may be. It is an opportunity for relief which many : I an invalid will embrace. i LADIES' HANO MAIN STREET, ftesl M.tnle 'I'rau. rent. 1 h Mi-Nalley to .1. I'. .Sullivan. lot in lalwardsville: S:00. .lames 11 Walthall to K. V Tihbilts. lot on Tnv lor street: SI, 000. N'atlian llaker lo Kva M llalleiitine. lot in Smith A Thomson's addition: Sl.COti. VV. I!. Haker. sheritl, to May II. David son, proierty on North street: s:t,T."0. A.. I. ami Win. Milker to Thomas Moore, lot iu linker's addition: SITU. ("lias. I: Shepherd to Sarah I'oos, lot on i Lillaglier street: Sl,4.".U. Joseph Mackert to IJeo. A. Heard, prop erty iu Warder's addition: SI. Ieo. A. Heard to Joseph Mackert. prop erty in Warder's addition: SI. William 1 oos to Chas. It. Shepherd. lot on (iallagher street, Sl.LMi. W. II. llaker. sheriff, to M. (I. Stewart el al.. properly on Columbia street: Sll. IMKI. W 1!. llaker. sheriff, to Claudius Stew art et al., property on south Limestone street: s 13.000. W. H. llaker, sheriff, to C. .1. Stewart et al . proierty on north Limestone street: 5H.0O0 Henry HiiIhtI to Anton Zieger. lot in Hubert's addition: Sl'.l.V John and Michael Scan Ion to W. II. Ilocktield, two acres of land in Moorcfield township: SST.V W. N. Whiteley toKdwinS. Kelly.prop ertv on south Limestone street: 317.S74. . . vv niieiev to .lamest 'arson, lot on south I Jniestone street: Js,i:.-,. W. It. Haker. sheriff, to James II. Wil liamson, lot in Itottert Ktslgeis's addition Sl.I'JlO. Johnston Dyson to ;utave Harris lot on tMHlbliie avenue: S55U. W. II. Haker. sheriff, to latrick O'lirien, lot in IColtert itotlgers's addition: it"0. II. 11. Warder to Margaret Hums et al. lot on Nelson street: SHOO. James M. llryant to W. M. (luriiea. lot in Stroud's addition: $330. CATAWBA. Cvtawiia. Aiiij. .". Married Hy l!ev. W. Clajbaugh. Thursday evening July 21. Is,s7, Mr. John W. I'age"and Miss Anna M. Hurgess. o cards, but we join with a host of friends in wishing them fair sailing over life's tempestuous sea . . .Died Friday ,t-CIllll ,. I,.? at lliu H,l.lui,.a nf liu. ,lal, , t,.,, .m.-.,, m, hi,; i r.s.vicu, ,- in net u.uju- ei. .ins. .nioiiztt vv ingueiu, itirs. Deming. of I'rbana. Ohio. Interment at rrhana. Sunday. Mis. Deining had been tl. r.... .1.- . . 1 .sm -i, mi -tniit- imrt, teaii pasi, aim came on a visit lo her daughter with tlie hone that a change of surroundings would lienerit tier; but on Wednesday night she was taken vviih a chill, and the end mine Friday at 3 p. in. Several children are left motherless by her demise . .Mr. Levi I'orter and daughter, of Charleston, Va., are visttini; .Mr. Porter's sister and mother at the I'earson House.... l'rof James C. Conway and wife, of Fort Waj ne, I ml., are here on a visit tlie guests of the professor's relatives and friends. Miss Berths Schliep will return to her home in Hamilton this week, after, a pleasant visit iu this community . . .Several families are making arrangements to attend ramp meeting next week, among them Dr. Hunter's,... II. Kiinyan's. D.T.(!ordon's. . . . .Mr. Ilartmaii Miss iiartmaii and their sister. Mrs. Hliuer. of Springtiehl. O., ami Mr. lienrge W. Coffey anil family were the guosts oT John Hop and daughters Sunday last ..Cards are out for the marriage of Miss K it. Diimgardner and Mr. D. C. Colling, of ligan county, next Thursday. August 11, vl Hie bride's home. NEW CARLISLE. kw Ci:u-r.K. Aug. 3. Mr. J V ft ll'U'O i tiff tin! nunt frinur Iti-i vhp lli-ini, n.,. the village of Medway. met with a severe a'e.1 the plug hat brigade of his county loss t.slay by the destruction of his large "!.ust " a"'1 !fke Columbus. O.. crain-hani and corn-house, by lire. They J''., .ws c 'u,t.e1 . "'"' .' were threshing, and a spark from the en- t.hris e gler Sabba h in the form of a pk gine caught iu the straw and in a tew uiin- '"V, -Mrs. ! Uttleton of the Springs, utes the entire building was enveloped in ' l?"" v" ,,er l!,""",i,,r- ?"' Mr"- '' U; the tlames. Mr. Wilson's l(e.s will be near- hP""-. . . .Albert Nagal has retunievl ly sK thniivtnd dollars. There was a par-' '"," ,U' "' -.JI, , J,,hn NaKal. rr tial Insurance on the barn in the Ohio -evetl a light sun stroke last vveek, but is Farmers' I nsiirance company. There was !!"r ' ' t.ore"t A ""," 'VJ soId l i"'1 seveity tons or hav, nine hundred bushels , !"'" '"' '".r-' ' Urover.his brother of wheat, one ltuntlresl and seventy-live inlw' 'h U'lnklrncof going Ui IVnnsyl Imshels of oats, a lot of clover seed. a 1)t t vania. . ..Weather U. be cooler for next of corn. Ilirw head of horses, one two weeks with general rains Uus week. thoroughbred Durham bull, thirty-seven Lead of hogs anil all ol his farming Imple ments were consumed. Kvery effort was made to saw the sfciek. hut all to no pur ixise. The scerator lielongeil to Mr. 1. II. rimtlerbiirg.'r Co., it was also burnt. Kv.'t-v tlitm. ik ... ilrt- haw tli,t it Id dangerous to use the steamers in threshing. I lion has been set for September U, at Sar . Our ssiple have decided to abandon I atoga. the gas well. We did nlit lind gas enough ', to light a cigar ...The camp-meeting is! If you wish to restore the bloom to your moving along, lliey are having some very interesting meetings. Vigor unit Vitality Are quickly given to every isut of the body bv Iltssl's Sarsaparilla. That tired feeling is entirely overcome. The blood Is purified, enriched, and vitalietl, and carries health iiisteail of disease to every organ. The stomach is toned and strengthened, the ap petite restored. The kidneys anil liver are rousetl ami invigorated. The brain is re freshed, the mind made clear ami ready for j work. Try it. Simultaneous with the earthquake shock of Monday night "(Hi acres of land at Gol den Pond. Ky , ls-tveen the Tennessee and Cnnitierlaiid river-, sank four or live feet. ami nas since ts-gun lo nil Willi water from numerous springs. When cramped jou have no time to e lieiiiiieut. Von want relief, if HissihIe, at once. Tell your druggist you vvaht Fred. Brown's (Singer the genuine. An old man named Uapp, living near Kossjth, o.. was invsicriously inurtlered. Ho had been left to watch the engine of a tliresl.tr while the workmen went to din ner, and they found his mangled body on their return. CltorP. WUOOPINC. COUCH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Slilloh's Cure. Forsaleby F. A. (Sarwood. There's (Ine llou, In Springfield that does not have to resort to two or three cheap sales a season to get rid of their goods. The Arcade boot at d shoe house put a prieu on their hoots anil shoes that lliey go iu tlie season. I iiii I - . Ill I "" lit III " lii An Open Confidence. Our suininer trade has so largely exceeded our expecta tions, and our light weights are so closely sold out, that we begin to open our stock of medium heavy styles for early autumn with a cleaner residue than we ever had ; and that, too, without a ''clearing sale," "slaughter sale," or any simi lar hoary-headed device which has grown gray with use. Of course we want to sell whatever in summer goods we have left not so much to : . , make rOOlll for Fall goods" as to turn our merchandise into cash and get whatever profit there is in the sale. Hut, so large has been the legitimate increase in our business that each person sees us start out with a fresh stock, fresh fab rics, and above all, fresh vim and life. The London Clothing Co. CREENE TOWNSHIP. Okkknuisius. Aug. 'J. -John Pierre and Ida Johnson, and Forsst Johnson arid Ella Pierre took in the camp-meeting last Mon day . .Mrs. IJarber, of Ueattytnwn, was I thrown from a horse last Friday and cut a t very ugly gash in her head.... Miss Klnur Olstot met with an accident last Sunday hy . tlie ii-setting ot a bottle of carbolic acid. which ran over her arm and hand bli-terinx ' u iKituy- . , ..viiw uiui roraaer is renouuii- SIUI.OH'S V1TAI.I.KK is what yon ...u.1 f..r .injimitillnn I .. tit A . ...,t,u. ii,.. mi imisiiiiiji.iuii, wr'n in i-.i,n , Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia-' Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle, ror sale by F. A. Garwood. The New York republican state enliven- wasted cheek, and so Improve your health that plumptnes and strength will succeed emaciation and debility, purify your blood with Ayer's Sxssaparilla. This remedy will benetit you more surely ami spet-dil) than any other. Dr Levitt E. Custer. DENTIST. Preservation ot natural teeth by latest ap proved methods. Strictly flrst-claas work vuaranteed. K. HlrhHt. n,.rHlr.l.,ill,n,.r.. --- -- ladies-Teminary i A Home School lor Yonns; Lntllrs, Thorough drill in the English branches ami in the Ancient and Modern languages. Ki centional advantages for the study of .Music. Instrumental antl vncal Special attention paid to health, morals and manners. Apply for catalogue to REV K S HITClICOrK. D, 1). Reference Kev tt'.e. Falconer. 1. I. I i i FRANK COLLINS Wholesale and Befall Dealer In ALL KINDS OF GOAL OFFICER : Spring Street, opposite Coffln Factory; 1U7 Month Market. .Spring field. O. Telephone No. 24" INSTALMENT DEALERS Rill find Just what they need-A FULLLlN OF INSTALMENT GOODS oM out" i vtelNSTALMENTTH RADC, bv addresslna ' ScrrtY Co Erie. p IMSTaUIKST LlkaLEKS' TURN SHOES AT SPRINGFIELD, OHIO COCA WINE! A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIGORATOR. Benefiicial in General Debility, Exhaustion, and just the thing to help you through the hot weather. Large bottles, $1. CHARLESLUDLOW&CO., Pharmacils, 55 East Main Street. THE MORE IMPROVEMENTS! BETTER THAN EVER! Tne Most Perrect Tricycle for Ladies and Childnn yet Iiiveiittil. Steel Wire Wheels with Grooved Steel Tires, Tku I'r. veatlair. the rptkeg inni Wearint; l.oosr. A jus able Seat to Suit virions aces. Hmndnomrlj Upholstrrid In I'lu-b. Fizmeol llollow Tubing or 'ra quality nmUerbte iron anil s eel. Ste'l nxies. Foil sale li"' Xj. f. olds sc :b:r,o.7 NO. 8 WEST MAIN STREET. SHOES TO SUIT THE TIMES ! IjF1 YOU CHEAP -OAjLiXs GEORGE C. ISTO. 14 West IMaixi St. i G OUT SALE! TJEEES STOCK ODF Fancy and Staple Groceries Carried by the firm known as S. J. Straley & Co. will be Hi fiqfn niiUT nnqTAiun i rQQTmiy mi iuLtuiu uui n uuui The tale commences immediately and continues until sold. C. C. FUNK, Receiver. jsmmmMmofmimsm mjmmzm -w-.-... -r-a wjr lmit sitim li f74Sackam miJ(id u tEwtol fA M w issyh.ssMstmiagMlslsjIMLmti MmW mkkt ikaw s ,.ti2istrslv?( W Ifegiivp ?mX&r&5BZ, ii3ffiiis?,'t"-3ia thoam! cM aatlbiokim oooiouir jwurv p-mnjunmlT lerwiaaa yrtmt ud fail Mutlr Btiwcth an To t bom who nffir from tba bo rovthtabMt brtm&tmmliominLi MUraii ocjormanter ud v VlMffMJ HsKLlth. ATor,of toofr IndMiUMno. WAfctkatyoq od tx rw maao wU It sUtmm t of yiwr trooMo, aad nciir (urauajwif. rvr n,wir n juoara I'VaMlleCsf o. UPTWIIO PCXSOfM osui harij FKH GEM -rTsTT SHOES ! O3J0-- HANCE & CO. nuu lluu i ii nil uuui ifTfrrfsffcTTtfrf nnfrrfhi djtfortVetriiaifa.a-'1 &JI Octet. Tthis nnlTsiim afLn .'' tr.1.: 1 km a SL' IUt Hjth n ih.im. :LKI txiacaatla, daj ct lattrtn 9 wettatSc tnedjral rrmelnC R , !KtrOllti9tbesVtl Of &JCt lu Dt-jL: oeii ft 1 1 without deUr. -rs.aut.r BTfaASisi tt jv 1 1 r isi -i ri rrrsi inim n. tsW- Maialinattficiinttsofltnuvftabtvk,tapiUat baocMaes ctciJ'nIacit npatly T.a Nxh Kremta tM tii TKATliarT-fam3ti.O. graXas.. tins. IT HARRIS REMEDY CO., Hn CiinciaTi, Trial ot our Appllanoa. Aak for Tarms ! sT-vsj a, iwiMiBtnsataPi.AAju yij, COST ! I TO PIEJIDXJOE STOCK. 9y s- IV