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REPUBLIC, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11. 188T.
if BELLS BI1FFIL0 SOIP! 5FJI ING WAX ! NOW HERE. Save twent -five Wrappers anil get a beautiful PICTURE FREE. The agents are now In the city ex hibiting the collection of pictures, ami will call at jour houe. We have the Soap, and will furnish jou the picture in return for Soap Wrappers, at either store. BAR8AIM STORES. 1 uat Wast Slain St. and 0 Sooth Mar ket St., Kprtncfl!'', SHUNTS! All kCnl of .SiirU Heady-made and Made to Order. Bottom Prices. Ihe Shirt Maker and Mea's Furnisher, 5o. 5 East Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FREK ADVERTISING. ON AXD AFTER Today the Sprtneneld pitu. Rarcauc will insert juchr1'. "' V"$, "Lost." "For Kent." "For t-ale." etc . tntMi column one time tree, three times tor twenti flre cents, and str "mrcent MarSMW WANTED TTJNTED To borrow irSor400. on farm W tneland one-halt mile from corporation line. ilrst mongase aivcu. ,""""li.""l turn! shed, ror information, cauuu ur".j-" C.Becker. 61 Arcade, city, ! WASTER Situation, by a young man. to do collectinc orany outside Luslncss. Thpr ooghly acquainted with city. Address. .'" ness' thU pace. " WAXTEn-Agenls. gentlemen and ladies Call on L lnilon. at Central Hotel. MiD WASTEl House of 3 or 4 rooms, nice ioc tlon. by sn!I tamlly and Prompt pay- Inc tenant, ofllce. address American xamuy. WANTED the Clark County Children's Home, two Rood washerwomen mldaie aeedcolored. preferred. Apply at once to ju penntenaenr, iennaruai me uoiu.-. lbTb TrrAXTEI Virents. to sell a new and valua V nrressare household Intention. Call on or address '.S Dunham. 6. Factory strei'. hprtncfleld. 0. . ''" TTTlVTni M..IHtst A tc first-class mold I IF eis. Competent men can romniiuu -l .. nrt lw Insured steady work, so ll..l....' ...-.-..- ly. XUes Tool H urks. Hamilton. Ohio lh strike and nerer naa one appij ''";"r"'"' TITAXTEI Ul lady aKents wanted at once V New article tor ladles only ou can make t a day Mrs. II F. Little. Chicago. Ill TITAXTED- -A reliable man to represent our nurseries In this section. bometntnR oermanent. Cnas. II. Muart i co..nursen- rnen. Xewark. Xew York, established ltsz. WANTED-Lady. actlre and lntellicenv. 10 represent.ln her ownlocallty.au M rrm, references required, permanent position and good salary E. J. Johnson. Manager. 16 Bar clay st, X. V. WANTED All kinds of clothes wrlcsers to repair; called forand deUrered; orders by mall promptly attended to. & M. Sillier. 164 West Main. FOR SALE. TOR SxLE-One Xo 2 Callcrapli ana one so X IRemtncton type-writers. tth In perfect orderand almost new Call on or address. 1 K. Montanus. corner Main street and western avenue. 1!w FOR SALE (Jnod work horse- Inquire of J F i'cOrew. a E Main . Springfield. 0 FORSKLE-x new frame house of twelve rooms, built for two tamllles. tood cellar: lane lot; flnly situated, will sell cheap, want money, inqmreav iHmn: 132am FOR SALE-Establlshed hank In a lire Kan sas town of vw population: eood schools, churches, etc Bank fully eautpped and dolne a fine business Bank bundles and lot on Main street, (lood fire and burglar proof aate; all necessary fixtures, etc. oood resl denee and 4 lots; all tet In Irult and shade treea: "conTenlent to buslneai;"alo farm of SM acres. ZX miles from town. The property is all good and nicely located. I wish to re tire from business, and will sell for the actual cash yalue of the property. If yon mean bust neat, write or call and see for yoursell. Ad dress. J. M. Lambert. Latham. Butler .county. Kansas. 169mt FOR RENT. EVOR REXT Room. A very desirable, nicely T furnished front room, suitable lor one or two gentlemen, at 141 south Market street, one square from Arcade. Reference required Inquire on the premises, or of J. G. Clarke. F0R RSXT- large room 3xW feet en 2nd floor, at Xo 71 west Main street All In rood repair, and can be made suitable for tamlly to lie In Address A.Steleer. office .1 west Main street. s i"' LOST A pocket book, on the sth of August, containing paper and money the papers of no value, except to owner, neiuru us Xlnnnil street, and receive reward. A VV ong. lssb MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOsX-Intumsof JSno to T.0uU. on three to ttve years' time, on nnt mort rage or approved commercial paper. George HTColes.roomXo.l. Lagonda bank building. LOST LOsT-?mall round "tiger eye" ear ring. et In gold Lot t on either Llmestoneor Main street, between llrand opera house and Center street Finder please return to UJ-i west .Main street and be rewarded ISa a. v. vaa oaai. a. d. R. B HOI UK. u. p. drs. mr mm s Physicians and Surgeons. OfDee, No. 3 Mltrhell lllock. KlilrDCr, No. 143 High U OtSce Hours 10 a m to 12 m. lp.m. to 3 p.m. and evenlnes. Dr. Frank C. Runyan, DENTIST. AWEoomsIn Buckingham's Ba!ldIng.OTera -Marpby k Bro.'s Store- Bpoatalattentton given to th MSTALMENTDEALERS Will find just what tbeyneed-A FULL LINE OF INSTALMENT JSOODS sold iih to ite instalmentZrade. bT ddrM,.n' AJirTil.H&.sl Aknv . ' hcrrLV Co- Frie. H L1DIES ! CURL OR FRIZ1 Xi Hair Curler, aBd Mvald alt dffcr ot Hiralil r Moll lav t be H.Ipm Hu.. Mottef reianlefnt.all.relrr , jaorrs-j hlUHAIK bl jiMlinn 1.1.11. MPlr. A-r. rMlpaia BSSSvSh&Ss3Ib9SHB?LBSiI vJoyuAj tfts. VM xx i nnnAT Ciiicj-oo. CASPER'S SUPERIOR When canning fruit and tomatoes It Is lmportnnl touse a reliable m nthcr vviseyou may lose your fruit twenty year. eierlence by the most wireful housekeepers proves tlut aserr i -eal Inc Wax is the Best and Cheapest l eM weather docs nut arVet It It djri unt crack ipenorcliliin It does not a.1mlt air or moisture It is trm lesslf it tttsiiiliie Irutt It ewotwue an far as common wax M only at CASPER'S Drug Store, rtsher.Itloek. Mali.Strwt.3it Iloor West of Limestone, sjprltiatteltt. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. Dan Kubsau is in Columbus, at the Xell house. Mr ami Mrs. (I Harr.v Km. of Kansas are home 0:1 a v tsit. MNs Lillian McCaddon is ill at her home. No. 5 West North street. Miss Nettie Stewart, of north Limestone s'reet. is visiting friends In Columbus. Mr. W. H. llrvant. after a pleasant visit with Urban friends, has returned to hi h iue. Mr. Dan It Xiekum and family leave soon for a bit oust on the Ivvnks of Mad river. Mrs. J A. Todd, wife of the well-known Be. Line freight agent, is liiig quite crit ical! ill. Mr E L. Gard and Mrs. Kred Caw lei went to Lone lieacu. Cal., this moniinic. v.a the Uee Line. Mr. Claude J. Stew art, of the .1. 1. Stew art commission house, left today for D truit, ou business Mi. Lillian Kelley left this afternoon for a visit to Van Wert, O., where she will be the gue-t of MisC.ara Grapes. The Id Line will give excursion rates on all trains to Cincinnati Saturdaj for .' round trip. Good until Mouilav. The Arcade fountain vv a cleaned out this nioinuiR. and the operation w as w ati hrd by about a blue million of people. Mr. Slieriif Baker and daughter. Jlis Knun lnft this morniuir via the N. Y. 1' i-O. road for a few weeks at Magnetic Springs. Mr. Otis Harland. of anesvil'e. is in the city todav. the guest of Mr. Jaik McCart. Mr. Harland is a member of Hovt's -Hole in the Wall" compaii. The children of Mr. Frank Carpenter, of Wah!iiK C. II.. and Mrs. llarrj Graj and child, of .lefTersonville. are the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Morrilk Llojd Deffeubach, drunk and divinlerlj; Jessie Er-ken. uinc profane lancuaire. and Valentine Seibert and Joseph Mcllnde. druuk. were station-housed jesterday. Married, Aucust 10th, lss7, at the resi dence of the bride's parents, bj Kev. l'rof. C. I- Ehrenfeld. Mr. Isaac K. Shivey to Miss Annie I- Frock, both of near Enon. this county. In order to let SprinsGeld jieople see the splendid sjKctacle, "IIoiup I'ndcr Xero," the llee Line will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati Saturday for SJ, pood returniiiR until Moudav. l'hilip Haue. of Dayton, t) . invites all the KulphU Templar of this citj and county to his birthday anniversary. Tues day evenii p of next week, Atie. 10, at his residence in Day ton. The streets hav e been lineil witheople 1 today en route forthecamii-crounds. There will be v r f evv tents unoccupied 0:1 the ro.1I1(i ,"""" this year. Kev. Dr. McChenev, of Columbus, will preach the opening ser mon tomorrow (Friday! afternoon. t'r bana Citizen. Mr. Charles A. Smith and his dauchter, Mis Laura. leave this afternoon via the lire Line for Los Angeles. California. Mr. Smith expects to locate in southern Cali fornia and while he is prospecting for a suitable location. Miss Laura will be the euest of the Lonzstreet, who removed from Springfield early in the spring. Early next ev Mr. Smith and Miss Laura will le j mied bv- the remainder of the family. The best wishes of a large number of friends go w it h them. THE JOLLY ELKS Hnltl n rieasnnt s ial Meeting I ast I ven Ing. Last night Springfield loiige. No. rl, B. P. O. Elks, held their July meeting, at which no bus.ness of special rnjiortance was transacted. After the meeting the Elks adjourned, about half-past y o'clock, to I benheri's parlors, where an appetizing and highly palatable supper was served, consisting of sandwiches, pickles, slaw, lemonade, ice cream, cakes and water melons. Fragrant tigars were then dis tributed and the "fexst of reason and llow of soul" began. I) T. West was chairman of the social session, and to put it mildl there were no "painful pauses" under his manipu lation of the session. The departing Elks, Messrs. W S. Huffman, late exalted ruler. C. IL Kichter and Herbert Wiley, were called out in resimnse to lilting and feeling tributes of brotherly iove for them and sinceie regret over their loss to the bulge The three gentlemen rescinded happil and vv ith good effect. Bro lliehter read a jHiem on "Brotherly Love," w Iitcli w as notabl finer. Everyone of the twent Elks present was called upon for remarks and responded Then anecdotes were related until the Elk hour, eleven o'clock, had arrived, when the usual toast to absent brothers, with the ad ditional toast of "health, wealth and hap piness," to the departing brothers, bv the chairman, were ottered. The s(-ssioii closed with interlocked arms, elaspe 1 hands, and the singing of "Auld Lang S ne." TWO BLAZES. A T wo-lliiiiitreil.tliillur I ire In Hrelne)' Tannery l.n.t Nii;hl The lllafe Thts IMITI. At 10 Zj o'clock last (Wednesday) night a tire broke out m C. V. 11. Bretne's tan ner, in the rear of 1 Hi east Main stretL An alarm was turned in trom box 1.', Lime stone and Main streets. The department resiMinded in good time, but did not reach El the stmt ahead of the iiiniense crowd of ipsiple. Ihe tire was extinguished after ' I a'uMit fort minutes' hard w ork b the de- lJ&IilI!-lll. The tire wa located in the rear part of the buildii g and caught from a journal whicli had bcome heated in the uiactuuer during the day. it had probably been smouldering for some time. Nnne of the I rafters of the second Moor were burned away and a lave quantit of tan bark The loss will reach about iMO, lull cov- 'ered b insurance. I VMITilll: SVI VIJ r lltr. At a little before 1 o'clock this afternism, a still alaiiu callisl the fire department to I the house No. 10 east North street, owned j by John Jackson ot Lagonda, and occupied I by John A. Murph and famll A defec . tlve Hue tired the rear roof, but it was ex tinguished by Mr. Murph and a M. Brooks I before the arrival of the department. The loss was inslgniticant. Meeting ut the rluurr Ml.slml. At tlie regular vveekl tueetiiii? of the Flower Mission this uioruiii?. tlie cnntriLu-' t ions of flowers were unusually large and beautiful. Tliere was an abundance of rlnntrs lo Miimlv all tlie demands. Antrim: t. , 1...M l.t..., ....... M "0"e .,., kiiii... --m uass ..r- ...... J1COU UaiUCll, -Ul"-'' ilUll, .'lis, i ii nai der and the ouug laditri of w ihNmou POOH LENA HARRICAN. She I. Ilrnil. and the Coroner Hold, nil 111 iHi.l, ChnrciiiK lnth to HIrMlon The I'o.t Mortm nml the rrtllc I. The coroner's inquest over the Harriean child that died on Monday at the count mhrmarv, where It had been taken from its cruel and unnatural mother some das ago, was held last evening at his orlice on Fisher street. 1 he tnist mortem that had been or dered to be made bv. Drs Russell anl Mil ler was completed, aud tlio report made ill writing. There were five witnesses examined and the had nil s.i the child when alive. Policemen Johnston and Thompson had ecu called to the house of the mother of the child and had seen it in its dirtj condi tion. Mr. J. C. Holloway. president of the :svietv for the l'reventlon of Orueltj to Animals and Children, told that he Had Ihs'II notined ot the case and investigated it. resulting in its removal to the Children's Home. Dr. Miranda had seen the chilil in compaii) witli Chief of Folic Am brose and when in its worst condition. He had directed the mother what to do for the child and 110 notice was taken or improve ment in the child's treatment follow ed. The hild is dead and out of its misery, ami will be taken against now iiist what action the cruel mother by the societj .is yet to be seen. Below is given the report of the post mortem ami the coroner's verdict, which ave very Interesiing 1111 IMKTOIts' sTUrMKNT. To J. M Bennett. Coroner i Clark County As per your request e held a post-mortem 011 the 1kIv of He Harrigan child at the Chlldrcs' home n August 9, at about 4 i.'eloi'k p. 111. We fi inn! as f.dlow s- 'I he little fet.ale lube. Lena Harrigan. was seven moitlis old, height twenti-three inches, 1 l;nr iiiortf", well marked. The !hh1 entire, was greatly emaciated, weigh ing not te exceed ten pounds, while in a well fed child of the samesij:- and age, the weight would have been twenty to twent tivcismnds. The external evidence was Idat of a child' starved to death. Internally, the lungs, heart, stomach, liver, spleen, bowels, kidneys and bladder were all in normal health, except as here tofore stated. We found the liver slightly enlirgeJ, but not diseased, and not of suf ficient importance to account for death or emaciated condition. The stomach was small, and the wall thinned; the intestines pile, shrunk and empty, containing little food or fecal water. When examined un dr the magnifying glass, the wasting of the coats of the intestines was well marked. The omentum vv as scarcely v Is ihle and quite destitute of fat, as was also evir part of the body. All tissues of the ImhIj showed the marked ev idence of in anition. The brain and all the vital or gans showed an absence of disease. We are therefore of the opinion as follows: Fir-t That there was no disease of the body of the child sullicleut to cause death or to account for the extreme emanclation dent Miller ruled that Mr. Wade could not as exhibited, anil that the stomach and vote. Among cheeis and hisses. Miller re other organs were in a healthy condition. fused to put a motion by Wade, appealing which, if proper care and attention had from the decision. Wade then put the mo been given, the child nature would have turn himself, and was sustained by a large acted kiuuiy. Second From the fact that all the ap- pearamesof the child induced all those features which the best special authorities asign as death from starvation. It is our opinion that deatli came from neglect of supul of food, and that the child has suf fered for mail da s and weeks, and died from starvation and not otherwise. Signed. I E. Hfssf 1 1 M I). John M. MllJ.hr.. M. 1). tiif ruitoxi it's humor. After having heard the evidence and ex amined the body 1 do hnd that the deceast d came to her death b starvation by tne wil ful and criminal neglect of her mother. Mrs. Ellen Harrigan, in this to-vvit-Saul mother. Mrs. Ellen Harrigan, crim inal! and wilfully neglected to furnish prtqier lood and clothlngforsald I-ena Har rigan, and I further unit that said moth er, Mrs. Ellen Harrigan wilfully kept sa d Lena Harrigan in the most lilthy condi tion descrlbable, and that there was no ex cuse for doing so, as she had health and means sumci-nt to give the necessary food and attention. J. M. Hf.nm.tt. Coroner Clark Count, O. RAILWAY RUMBLES. I sriirsions foe the Future Chaiitauqiin lliiftliiisis. snle of ITnelnlmril i.xpres. l.iMxtn -Some ei iutere.llns ews bote.. The express business Is very quiet at presenL The Bee Line sent tw o passengers through to California today. I CapL Pindar has no time for pond lilies vvtille excursions are arouna. The C. C. C. Jt I. are belling tickets to the Delaware camp grounds at half fare. The Niagara Falls excursionists will re turn this eveniug, passing through Spring held about 9 o'clock. Conductor Freed and crew went to Green Springs this morning to bring back a sec tion of the Falls' excursion. Dispatcher Hahu managed the excursions as far as Green Springs Thursday evening-, and made a record for himself. The general passenger agents of all the different toads are in session at Plank's Grund hotel, Mackiuaw Island. The Pan Handle Is announcing a two dollar trip to Cincinnati for Saturday next, good going on all regular trains. The smoking coaches of the Bee Line have not et made their appearance since they went Into the shops for repairs. Agent Phleger Is doing a nice business for his road, the N. Y. P. O., and the travel to Chautauqua this earexceeds that an previous ear. Switch engine No. 19. of the I. B. A W. road, met with a nice little act ident last night in telescoping some cars with her cab. The cab Is still on, but in a little di lapidated condition. Mr. D. U. Martin, the recently appointed general passenger agent of the Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis railway, is a brother to Ovar T. Martin, of this city. His headquarters are at Cleveland. The Bee Line have a Nigara Falls excur sion from Columbus, August 10. and one frum Springfield August "JJ. It i possible that the will announce aS2 trip to Cincin nati Saturdaj to meet the Pan Handle folks who have alread announced theirs. Mr. George Knight has filled the position of passenger agent in this lity for a period of ten ears. His information, given as to routes and time. Is reliable and polite George has made man friends here, and has established for himself and his road an eminent reputation. 'Ihe sale of unclaimed parcels in the Ohio offices of the Adams Express coin pan will take place on Market .-quale next Saturda, August. 1:1. Alread the parcels are lieginning to arm e in the Spring held otlice, and the sale will be found ver Interesting, if not profitable. At Yellow Springs, recently, a brake mau on a passenger train declined to as sist a lady passenger with her little pup dog, because he was afraid of being bitten. The lad and dog managed to board the tram, while the conductor aud brakeinau vv atched from the platform of the station. Sleeping car Conductor Elrick. running between Cleveland and Cincinnati, think-, he isunjustl represented to newsgatherers In Ills re -ent and frequent difficulties with passengers and porters. There seems to be one thing true in his case, and that is, tie lacks popularity to a very great de gtee. 4iiil(ntftiiilnl uf th Crfviin trret Chiirc Ii nt n...in. Cit ClerkJol.n X Shew alter and wife ' of TM,iPwhlth somtht t eutoir tl.e.r nur and Mrs. (.r.mville ones, of this cit,vvill I ri'imrts. to to I'niua to attend the semi-centennial I ..... . . r .i i . i i .1 "Fcts are stubborn tilings," and sutfer- of the dreene street Methodist church next fr() Clis anJ ,.. hni, cmn. Sunda. The da will be one of the great- j ,,IaMlt a rrv stubborn fact until the cont est In the church's history, and Dr. Leon- j nience the use of Aer'h Ai?ue Cure. This ard is making active preparations to make medicine never fails to cure even tlie worst it such. In the inomlni; there will be a re- i cases. union love-feast at 10::i0. Uishop Andrews t is gi4eI1 ,, oy ever body that Starke will preach, and tin re will be special serv- A. Scowden, of the Arcade shoe house, sell ices oi the fcutwa scnooi. in tlie eveiinj,'. Dr. J. F. Marlay. of .enla, former) of this city, will preach. All theex-pastors of the church have been Invited. I "et Saturday Ihe corner-stone of the elegant new parsonage will be laid, if the work ou the structure at that time be far enough advanced. OUT ON A LARK. ' adiiuii nf sporl. Ihit slurle.l (lilt lor 1111 nml 1 .hi Mil It. A gang of sjiotts were out to the vu mitj of New Mooreheld jestentay to fish and celebrate, and Judging from thehlghl-' scented accounts of the affair vvhiihare brought baik, the must have painted things a live cardinal, striped with led. The picnickers were Tom Kord, "I'adge" 1 Stewart. John Simons. Harr llhoneintis, John Cohan. 1'red Kile, Jack Foley and Sam Hover. 1 The feature of the da was the -print ' race between John Cohan and Tom Kord. a hundred yards, for a kegot red head mat-, tese liquor. Mr. Kurd had fortwoilas been in active training, consisting of having some of the nuns on the bottom of his feet reduced , to a par, while Cohan had spent most of the time for the last fortnight reading up on sprint-racing, and how to rim one with a bunion The race was profoundly inter esting. Fart of the time Cohan was ahead, part of the tune Kord. and once or twice both. Cohan won the first dasli and Kord was second, which position lie maintained after a hard struggle. In the second heat, whicli was to decide who should ladle out the ntnlier refreshment, was run the reverse way ot the .Irst Cohan would have got seoonil place at least but he accidentall s'eplHsl on Ids left ankle with Ins right IOOI anil leu liowil su nam umi nn -i.iuiir.1 his knee and his nose and tote up considerable of the prim eval soil. Kord came in winnerand then both he and Cohan went and la under the shade-trees and panted the rest of the day till their pants were almost exhausted. The crowd had an abundance of chicken and other nice lunch, but after Jack Foley did his great specialit. he had the table to himself The bos caught fort two fish, which were fried for lunch. A sparring match between Jem Smith Foley and Jack Kilram Cohan resulted In Kolej being hit in the month and swallow ing a cutlet or two off his lip Another feature was Folej's horsemanship. ROW AT CHAUTAUQUA. President Miller liepnarit nml Una 111. sin rewiar Arri'.teil. Many Spnnglield jieople are now at Chautauqua and others here are Inter ested in the proceedings there. The follow ing dispatch will, therefore, be of consid erable local interest, especially as the thief actors are known 111 Springfield: The annual meeting of tho Chautauqua Assembly association broke up in a row be tween the authorities of the association and the cottage holders. About two hundred people attended the meeting, presided over by l'resident Miller. The row occurred during the annual election. It was agreed, after considerable squabbling, to ierniit cot tage holders to vote, but no proxies were ac cepted. A. C. Waie. of Jamestown, who ow ns a cottage, but whose name was not recorded on the books, was refused a vote, although he had the deed witli him. l'res.- vote. Everbody tried to talk, and there was utter confusion. President Miller de clared the meeting adjourned, but Mr. Wade moved that Mr. Gale, of Chautauqua, be made chairman of the meeting, whicli mo tion was carried. President Miller ordered a policeman to arrest Wade, but the ollicer did not obey. Mr. Gale took the cl.air and Wade moved the repeal of some portions of theb-Iaws As Gale attempted to put the motion, he was arrested and dragged from the platform. Wade was also arrested and the meeting broke up in the wildest confusion The cottagers are indignant and a Iivel time is expected HE WANTS $30,000. Mr. HiirwiiiHl Snjn I . fur the Won't Take a Cent ..aette." For some time past Mr. A 1). Ho.ter uian, foimerl an old lit ri m u man. now a successful journalist of the west, has been at home on a visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D K llintenuan. of south Lime stone strict But the visit of Mr. II , jun . tothecit is not purely one of pleasure, and it is an open secret that for several w eeks past he has been in active negotia tions with Mr. T. E. Hsrwoo.1 of the Springfield Daily ltziU for the purchase of the paper, its plant, outfit, good will, etc. These negotiations have not come to an tiling definite for the reason that Mr. Harwood asks S30.000 for his piper. planL etc.. and Mr. II. will not give that figure. Besides that. Mr. Harwood Is not near v willing to sell his paper as he was three or four weeks ago. When Mr. Itobert Nel son, editor of tlie Gazette and a p-irtner in the firm's prolit, went to California in June, he and Mr. Harwood were much! smitten with the idea of going to Los An geles, or some other pushing California city, and starting a paper of some sort. Mr. Nelson has investigated and found that the situation Is not just ripe for such a project. Accordingly, Mr. Hosterman will have to go down pretty deep In his pocket if he wants the (luzttte. The I'.unl Iail DWorre I'etition. By her attorney, J. Warren Keifer, esq . Maggie Ta lor today (Thursda). hied her petition m the court of common pleas, asking divorce from her husband. Win. A. Ta lor, on tlie ground of his willful ab sence for three ears past The parties were married In this city in lh? The plaintiff's maiden name was Maggie Foun tain, to which he asks restoration. It Won't lliike llr.uil. In other words. Hood's Sarsaparalla will not do impossibilities. Its proprietors tell plainly what It has done, submit proofs from sources of unquestioned rellabllit), and ask )ou frankl) if you are suffering from an) disease or affection caused or promoted by impure blood or low state of the system, to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. Tlie experience of others is sufficient assurance that you will not be disappointed in the re sult. 1). StmhiiMii, superintendent of the Ebenezer Orphans" Home, at Flat llotk. twent) miles from Tiffin, is charged with exces.ive cruelty to inmates, and tlie charges are in the hands of S I, f. A. authorities. When tioubleil b) shs-plessi es, try a hot di ink when going to bed, uiade ot the genuine Brown's Ginger. A teaspoon! ul or so, and some boiling water, sweetened to the taste. Philadelphia, ls2.. According to the rexrt of County Aud itor Kaine to City Comptroller Kshelh), the Iljw tax brings to the Hamilton c unity tre.isui), not Including penalties, S4I0, "ijo.Ty for the veir. CLrvvvo the Children. They are es-JVV-V pecially liable to sudden Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough, etc. Ve guarantee. Acker's English Remedy a jiositive cure. It saves hoars of anxious watching. Sold by Frank II. Coblentz, comer Market and High streets. (leo. B Kerper. President of the Walnut Hills (Cincinnatil Cable Kiilway coiupaii. h is been grunted an exclusive franchise for a street railwa) on all the principal streets of Findla). O CATARRH CUKKD. health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Reme dy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injection free. For sale by F. A. Garwood. Judcf Tuley, of Chicago, refund to hear arguments fir dNMlutlui of injunctions II.. I.....1 .... 1. ...... ..raln.t !... !...! Illnre golKi, tian a the other dealers in the d, i,arge sales justif small profits, and tlelr ca,h ss,.m is a savmi: of at least 10 percent. They retail at wholesale prices. Cheap lumber, mouldings, sash, doors, etc , now for sale at T. L. Arthur's, south Limestone strevf- Ib'Jui NEW CARLISLE Nrw Cvuilsih, Aug 10 The New Carlisle camp-meeting closed Sitinda even ing. This was one of the lust meetings ever held on the grounds. V number pri fessed religion, and among them were some of our best voting men and ladies The saints vvtie great! refieslied. and feltthat it was good to lie there. The attendance may not have lieeii as large as it has form erly been, owing to the excessive hot weather that pievailed most of the time. A feeling of sympath and love prevailed the entire meeting .Nom- of the ab'e.t minis ters in tlie count were theie to instruct the lieople in the wa of salvation While some noted evangelists were present during tlie entire meeting. Ilev John Nogle, or "cauiii-nHsfthig Johnny. " was u host with in himself. He preiches a soutiil gospel, and votes tlie n public-tii ticket straight., Kev Eugene Mutv, of Dtoii. tlie con vertisl policenun, was present and added much to the interest of the meeting b his eceeutruities of speech, ami snug. The interest was sogrt.tt that those who were m nidging the meeting will continue the meeting through the week at the M K. church at this plae. So we ex pect to hivea great revival of religion in the summer, which is something of a rant in this northern climate. llev.J W. Gad ills, the pistor in clurge. is an active, ener getic worker, and Ids skilful management of the c.iui-nieetlng shows that he, pos sesses more than ordinary extcutive ability. The board of trustees feel encourage J. and will b next e.ir hive new grounds located nearer to the village, and better adapted foT camp-meeting purines, so the friends of camp-mei ting throughout fiecontrv can rest assured that the New i Carlisle Camp Met ting association is one of tin hxed institutions of this place. Mr E. C. Miller and Mr. George Thonixs are de termined workers and will use their best endeavors to have matters so arranged an other ear that the public will have no cause for complaint. Tilings are working in the right direction .. Mr. Hart llvniii lis and others are camping out somewhere In the wilds of southern Ohio and reirt a glorious time, fishing, hunting, etc .Dr. Stockstill, the oldest noticing physician in the count, is some what indisposed. Age and its infirmities are telling uikiii our honored and respected fellow -citien. He, likeotliers of our ven erable pioneer friends, liegins to feel the weight of ears .. Mr. Ed. Stickel has re turned from a successful business tour . . . Mr. II N. T.ilor isabent from the village on a tour of speculation . .Burglars en tered the office of W. II Smith A Sun Thursday evening list and stole two dol lars" worth of postage stamps .1. 11. Funderbiirg A Co. have a new thresher again at work . . The drouth Is doing great d image to Ihe growing corn crop The Mud run ditch is being dug regardless of , law. Arm Broken. ' A lad named Frank Adams, living in ea.t Springheld, had his arm broken last night. He was tring to ride a fractious pony, but the animal finally unseated him , threw him to the ground, breaking his left arm near tlie shoulder. ' PANHANDLE ROUTE. Spei lal Cheap I-.seur.lon lo tfie (Jueeu City. Only a two-dollar bill to Cincinnati and return. Ponder and be wise. On Satur day. August 13, ou can take our choice of four trains to Cincinnati, and returning the tickets are good till Monday night. This gives ou a splendid chance to spend Sunda) In the Queen City with our friends, and also presents an opportunity for ou to visit tlie greatest play of modem tunes, "Itoine Ctuler N'ero," a play that Is histor ical, biblicil, spectacular, operatic. Thir teen hundred characters co-tuiued and equipped, and over one hundred electric lights are Used to illuminate the scenery. Don't forget tlie date, August 13. Your choice of four trains, only SJ. Savi Douiis, lsq'i Ticket Agent. According to official rci-orts there were 10,i!t! deaths from cholera In Chill during the period from January to June of tills .year, and the government expended 51,007, 000 in ggthiug the epidemic. v (Arn yO o. B'nol Elixir is the only 'vVy Blood Remedy guaran teed. Itisapositivecurefor Ulcers, Erup tionsorSyphilitlc Poisoning. Itpunfiestho whole, system, and banishes all Rheumatic and Neuralgic pains. Ve guarantee it. Frank 11. Cob lea tz, corner Market and High streets. "Chef Smith, convicted in Chicago, of bi'tralng oung girls into disrepulable concert hills at Hurle and other tows in the iscousin pineries, has been sent to the penitentiary for one ear. T. L. Arthur's stock of lumber, doors, sash, and other manufactured work, is now being sold at cost, at prvate sale. Persons desiring an) thing in this line will hnd it to their advantage to call at the factor), cor. Limestone and Pleasant streets. Is9in There Is not a loot and shoe house In Spnugueld that can successfully compete withMarke) .V Scow den. of the famous cash, one price. Arcade rhoe store. They are strictly cash dealers, and buy their goods direct from tlie largest factories in the country, which enables thein to retail at wholesale prices. rud h the United vtates (o eminent. Kn t doned by the heads of the Ort at I nherltles I in thetrmiKeit. Pure-it. and most Healthful lr Price's t ht only Hakim; Powder that does I not toiitMn mmonIa, Linieor Alum, bold only in Cans PRICK R KIN.. P0WHKR CO , MW VlKk. CKIt.. iT toil. I CREAM gAKlNg MARIETTA college anAcliurUilnsri.Bth. I qtjiok: Having concluded to leave the MU stock ot Men's Fine Furnishing Goods, Conristing of SblrK rnderwear, (Jloreo, Neckwear, Hosiery, Hundker- i-Uicr-, En-, Ktc, al cost aud lens man coei. Must Be Sold Out in Two Weeks This Is no tliam. but a inna ilde sale Call and nee the Furnishing Woods and the unheard-of low prices. NO. 31 EAST MAIN STREET. Q !PA HEAR YE! Most complete annihilation of prices since NOAH LEFT THE ARK, Men's and Boys' Clothing ! We have had a prosperous season and can afford to sacrifice profits. Note the wide gap between July prices and August reductions. We have fixed up a bargain layout for a continuance of the people's flattering favors. FIRST OIT THE LIST WE FIND Men's and Youths' Suits that sold in July for $10, $11 and $12, and to wind up the month of August with unprecedented greatness the above suits will be sold at SE"VElsr JISTJD EICB-KLT DOLLARS Now we come to a quantity of Men's and Ycung Men's Suits that sold in July for $13, $14 and $15, and to make the tardy buyers happy, have reduced the prices in these lots to $10. TEN DOLLARS. $10. To enliven the flow of patronage to he BOYS' DEPARTMENT, July prices have been clipped off wi.h our August cleavter of Reduction. We are offering large Boys' Suits in a tractive cheviots and cassimere at $5.00, former price, $6.50; some $7.50. TOOEMOHSTRATETHEeREATSCJlLEOFDlSGOUHTS FROM JULY FiGUflES IN GHfLOHEtl'S CLOTHING A brief list of the bargain gems are here announced: Blouse Sui s, 4 o 12 years, 98c ; July prices, $1.50. Plaited Child's Sui', 41.50; July prices. $2.50. Knee Pants at 25c. Want of space preventing the mention of other numerous bargains in ihis department. PANTALOONS, Acknowledged to be the best fifing garmen's ever offered in the ci y. Eighteen hundred pairs to select from. July prices ranged from $1.00 to $7.00. August prices range from 75c to $4.50. Compe ition offers but a feeble comparison. Appoin a commit!ee from your own household to investigate the tru'h of all we announce, and We are a One Price House Exchange goods or Refund money. All goods marked in plain figures. The honorable manner in which we deal with all classes is well wor.hy of all pa ronage ex ended to he L0N00N CLOTHING CO., ffe PK.NNYHtlVAt. WAFERS are r3 sneeessfuJr u-eil monthly by over 10.000 , ,ljidieK- Are.isje. yjfcctualand rfeojant yJ f 1 er box by matl.nr at druggists. SraUd "-sjtrf icutor. J postage stamps. AditreM Tna EuaxaA Cuimh u. Ctx, Uktsoit, Jrca For smi. bjr frank 1. rnhlents nd Ai The Great LncUvl- lrewHptl Cures UVul-iK-M, Spermatorrhea, t x-miMums, iMport-iicyauaau JJis etws cauf l ty fielf nbuvt or In dljKrvtfrn On rvn-t-ajm I. It ti. furoRsl Br mail Viit for Pamphlet. kJTT& Eureka Clitmlral Co., Detroit nictu Call on or address Tno. Trnape-, drucntst torner Main and Mark! ttn-Mii. Snr.nfffle0 FRANK COLLINS Wholesale and Uetail Dealer In ALL KINDS QF GOAL OFFICES Spring Street, opposite Coffln Factory: 107. south Market. sprlnir tleld. O. Telephone o. 247. HoUidnysburc, Xa. LADIES' SEMINARY! A Ilotut School for mine .Lailiei. ThonuU drill in the KniclWh Branches and in the iulent and Modern Lintriiinei. Kx ceuttonal advantAKes for the study of Music, instrumental and vocal special attention paid to health morals and manner.. Apply for catalogue to RKV U S HITCHCOCK. I I). Reference He. . C. Falconer, 1 D A ITTENHERG CONSERVATORY OF 11. For terms and accommod itlons address BOX 164, SPRINGFIELD, 0. MARIETTA, OHIO. TJn)tt ciucittKnal Jan-t.t- utiffrd Lip ns niu-1 era. Tworourefof study. tide tit Sixt term in t'ollrco lUli CU1 Milt uO tttilKttuL. s-ax-iE! city, hereby offer their entire RIGHTER mnRiNR niu raifi HEAR YE! HEAR YE! -OK" 'l'lIK- rIV.,YlrY INDrCISMKNTS COCA WINE! A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIG0RAT0R. Benefiicial in General Debility, Exhaustion, and just the thing to help you through the hot weather. Large bottles, $1. CHARLESLUDLOW&CO., Pharmacits, 55 East Main Street. WHEN YOU Boots and Shoes OP GEORGE CHANCE & CO. 3STo. 14 West Main St. You are always sure to get value received for your money. Big blow and high prices is not our motto. fe afWIII . . sh ian .ssssi I i TPES STOCK. OE Fancy and Staple Groceries Carried by the firm known as S. J. Straley & Co. will be JGLOSED OUTATGOSTAND LESSTHAN COST The sale commences immediately and continues until sold. C. C. FUNK, Receiver. I IPS' 0 PANTALOONS, BUY YOUR tS O.UTIIOMPSO.N, Mir.