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If S" I tS WANTED V (- ii. . .. . - .- 3 SS7 M" if ' 3SA "?: PHOSPHATE I wL HUT WFATHFR LEMADE! --ml 1 1 LI I SlsLrllllLII During the summer season we all need a re- ,-M Ball II tall freshing, cooling and tonic drink. The best 'rK -r article to make this Is the Liquid Phosphate , Mi , - -.-k. Compound. When added to cold water, with ., '' '- CwOOUH I sugar. It makes the best kind of drink for ilS Ice Cream Freezers, $1.50. HOT WEATHER.- -4sfjjjL'i! " .... . .. It glyes strength, allays thirst and cools off , I jfe Water Coolers, $2. - 0VERHEATED BL(m - Q j Refrigerators, $5 to $8. iHv r Gasoline Stoves, $3.50 up. - .nil stntne si TIRED OUT FEELING ? 4m "- . en new samPfe China W ; Dinner Sets on display. . ClPiTER&CO. -. WrW SG f o 40 S. Market St. f MEN'S NECKWEAR! ' Ijl ?1 NEW THINGS FOK fc;. ? SUMMER WEAR rf'jr JUeir OPJENUD. ' HTFES PIS The Shirt Maker, 5 E't Xgln. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED-Sltuattonasan eihlbttorln the IT Exposition during the Centennial In Cin cinnati, Ohio ; hare had experience and can furnish best of reference. Address J.O. Ad ami, S3 Ilarrison street, Cincinnati. lWa TTTANTEDNeTer purchase real estate or il loan money on real etute security, with out an abstract of the title bade to thetOT ernment; prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor 01 nues: once, room s. Arraae. ine omy per son In the city who sires his exeluslre time nndatten Ion to preparing abstracts of titles and eonreyandng. Deeds and mortgages cor rectly.drawn. TI7ANTED reneralaient wanted for the H Eighth bonder. Positively the fastest selling article on earth. Address xmpirouo, 381 Canal street. NjY. city. l3e WANTED Two first-claw tool makers on sewing machine tools; good wages and stead) work Address, Juoe .Manufacturing Co..lJelTldere, 111. ,? WANTED An aetlre man (one out of em ployment) to begin on moderate salary and wort: himself np. representing In his own locality an old established house; references exchanged. (Say's Manntacturlng House, 30 IleadefcUN.Y. WANTED-People to get wedding, ball and party cards, 'Initiations, programmes, menu cards and folders in endless variety and at popular prices. Done at J.T. Mitchell i Co- printers. 1 and 6 north Limestone street. l&bs FOfl RENT. FOR REST-Dwelling house. No. ISSwest Co lumbia street. Kent low. In good repair. Inquire otThos. Sharp- ISit POR RENT Nicely furnished front room iuliasle for man and wife or two gentle men. Apply at 31 south Factory St. 1Mb F! OR RENT The Shellabarger property on S. Limestone street. Icauire of C. A. Welsh, Mitchell block. Ilztt FOR RENT Eight-room house; city water, cistern and all conveniences: southwest corner Plum and North streets. Inquire at S3N. Market street. ltltt EOR RENT Furnished or unfornltbfed front room, wlthtu two squares of postofDce, on first floor; gentlemen preferred. Call on or address U.K. Tucker, M and 90 W.Maln. Hint Ft R RENT A 10-room house on Ward ave- uue. between Limestone and Market sts. FUR SALE. Martin's Oatmeal Waters. VOB. SALE A corner lot 50x140 on south X Market street, cheap If sold soon. Also six lots In west end two on Main street and four on back street. Inquire of C U. Klssell, room 6, Commercial block. Limestone street. list FOR BALE A good covered spring wagon and harness: also a xood fresh cow. In quire of Mrs. Kobmau, Summer street, east of Kelly avenue. llsb MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN In sums to suit, on first mortgage and good commercial paper Call and see us. Room No.l,Lagonda Rank building. Ucoree U.Coles A con. LOST OR STOLEN. LOST. OR STOLENaRundar night a Ugh: gray horse, is handsntgti. black mane and ngnt wii and mump a utile lower man ine left. 5 reward for horse and S3 for appre hension of thief. Martin Moran. U6P WATCH CLUB! flet a solid Gold Watch for f 1.00 a week, by be coming a member of the cinD. These watches are solid, not ailed, lijEUVTtTT DAVIS, Corner Washington and Center. ASKIOBTHE No bones over hip to break. - Quickly and perfectly adjust ed to the form. Double Bone! Double Steel! Double Seam! WARRANTED. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Sample Duplex Oorset.bymaiL post-paid, iorONBDOLLAB. Bortree Mfg. Co., Jackson, Mich. !!tj W. A. GROSS & CO., UNDERTAKERS AXO KMBALSIXE8, SO West Main Street, Old Srlseoll Bulldlnc Springfield, O. Office open day and night. Telephone No.SW. W. A. QR0SS. T. A. GROSS. Residence over OfBee. 1(1 S, factory mm It li far better for the system than lemon ade and just as palatable. It nourishes the oraln and gives strength to the nenres, and for headache, exhaustion and It Is Invaluable. Unetfc bottle will make four doten classes of the Phosphate Lemonade. One Klassf nl or mora can be made at a time, in one minute. Dr. CasDer has ued this article for Tears In his own family during hot weather, and It Is just me arucie neeaea. Try a bottle. For sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, HaJn St., fisher's Building, Springfield. LOCAL BREVITIES. A TASTOUAL INVITATIOS. "Come out to my house." says the Jolly old farmer; "On cream and good batter you'll live like a lord. Come out, tor the sun's getting warmer and warmer. And It's only ten dollars a week for your board. "Come out where the roses luxuriant are blooming; Come out where the nights all Invito tore pose: Come out where the poplars so leafy are-loom- Come out where the brook with soft melody flows." '-Come off." says the townsman, with angry Inflection; "Delights of the country no more will I seek i Malarial chills, such as thrive In your sec tion. Are purchased too dear at ten dollars a week. "Come off with your stories of nights made for slipping; At your promises golden I cannot but scoff. Already mosquitoes their vigils are keeping. And lying In wait Mr. Farmer, come off " Merchant Traveller. Mr. John Kinnane is in Chicago. The same old Dave Fitzgerald was In this morning for drunkenness. A large crowd left for Dayton this morn ing on the C. C. C. t 1. excursion. The showersof yesterday and todaywere worth thousands of dollars to Clark county farmers. JIIbs May llassctt, of Spring street,!! at tending the music teachers' convention at Columbus. Miss Elsie Lenhart f attending the Ohio Music -Teachers' association, now In session at Columbus. Mr. E. L. Bnchwalter, of the Superior Drill company, Is making an extensive tour through the West. Misses Mattie Ilarrls and Carrie Jones,of Urbana, tetamed home yesterday, after a pleasant-visit In this city. Mr. Fred Halo returned homo yesterday from Milwaukee and Chicago, where he has been visiting the past two weeks. Ltttle Mabel Olds, of west Pleasant street. Is celebrating her ninth birth day, with gome companions, in the country to day, A little son of Mr. J. F. Culllgan, late of Kinnane, Wren & Co., run a nail into his foot last night, making a very sovere in jury. The potato patch will eoon have to be removed from Market square to make room for the mammoth republican meetings to be held there this falh Vaughn Cooley, the infant son of Mrs. Philip Cooley. formerly of this city, died at the residence of his parents, at Galll polis, this morning. Mr. John Johnson, city clerk of Jacksor, left for his home today, taking with him Mr. Charles Fillmore, who will make a short visit at Jackson. Mr. Alfred Fellows, of Lagonda avenue, left last evening for Chicago in the Interest of Warder, Bnshneli & Gleaner. lie ex pects to be gone until falL The family of Officer Edward Furniss arrived homo last evening from a pleasant trip to Minneapolis, Minn., and the genial Edward Is wreathed In smiles. Mr. IL D. Brain went to Columbus today to attend the 'annual meeting of the Ohio Music Teachers' association. The Misses Moores, of Linden avenue. will entertain, tomorrow evening, in honor of Miss May Beck, who leaves soon for the northwest on an extended trip. Old man Casey, of blessed memory In police circles, was arrested this morning while making a stump speech on every thing in general in front of the St. James boteL He was drunk. The following building permits were Issued by the city clerk today: F. M. Far mer, reconstruction of residence on south Market street, SJ.noO; M. H. Welsh, frame addition to residence on Itace street, S2S0. The Grocers association, after a brave effort In the face of flood and bad weather, were compelled yesterday to postpone I heir picnic to some future date, not yet deter mined upon. It will be a big affair when It does come off. Acting under Instructions of the chief of police. Officer Delacy this morning com pelled all the express wagons and moving vans, which have up to this time had their rendezvous on Columbia street, by tie court house, to go to their new quarters at the hay market, on north Ilarket street. Their absence will be sweeL The StPDenl hotel In Xew York sold 1 Bt week for S316.000. "I'm a humper from Humper's Junc tion." Arkansas brag. Tlppecano and Morton, too. Several prominent Ohio politicians who have just returned from Chicago, upon be ing questioned as to the inside workings of tbe Ohio delegation, made tie rather start ling statement that they, together with three-fourths or tbe avowed Sherman dele gates, carried Blaine badges on their inside pockets, ready to don them when an oppor tune time presented itself, but as some of our Springfield friends are aware, the op portune time, proved somewhat similar to that "letter." so celebrated in song, "which never came." Among other things tbey stated that although William Walter Phelps bears the national reputation of being a dude, his appearance does not bear It out Fifteen dollars, he said, would cover the price of everything he had on his back. Now what we wish to say is simply this : we have not yet succeeded In getting up a suit for fif teen dollars, but for 30 you can purchase of Jason W. Phillips, No. 39 east Main street, as stylish and well-made a Scotch Cheviot as the city of Springfield can pro duce, and as for 85 trousers well, our immense spring sales speak for themselves. CatuultsUon lietwren lite rinnnoe Com mlttea and the Tax Commission Last Might. The consultation between the tax com mission and the finance committee" of the school board last (Wednesday) evening, was harmonious. Both bodies were pres entlnfuilforce. Theeatlmate formulated by the finance committee, as presented In the Itci'UDLic recently, was warmly discussed. The committee asks 324,000 for salaries during September, October and No vember, including the deficit of August 31st, which amounts to S3.S00. Mr. Martin thought that this should be provided for by issuing bonds, but the solici tor and Mayor Kelly favored a straight levy. The commission thought that the estimate for janitors, $7,300, was too heavy and Inclined toward a remodeling of the 383,000 set aside for super intendent and teachers, In view of the proposed monthly employment The school board committee desired the com mission to consider their estimates seriatim to facilitate the division of the levy into funds according to Mr. Serviss's resolution now pending. The board's estimate is as follows: Deficit August 31. 1SS8 $ 3.S00 00 Salaries, September, Octo ber and November. 3U0 00 24.400 00 Expenses for the jear ending December 1, 18S9 SALiairs. Superintendent and teach ers ..SC3.000 00 Janitors- 7,300 00 400 00 ZBU) 125 00 Clerk . Knnmerators-Examiners-. -! 71.050 00 BOXDS ASD INTIItST. Bonds maturing 1 10,000 00 Interest . 4,20 00 -J 14.93) 00 COTTIfGKXTS. Renal rs. S 2.00 00 Supplies. 1.500 00 2.2U0U0 3110 08 800 00 60 09 500 00. i-uei- Prlntlng and advertising Insurance - (ls. Miscellaneous -$ 7.800 00 S11SAM CO zsruiiTES or accurTS. State tax f 15 000 00 Rents-. . m 00 Local levy required 103.0SSO0 1118,230 00 DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN. Mr. John Ferrln, a Life Long Itealdentof this County, Dies Wednesday After noon. Mr. John Perrin, sr., an aged and highly- respected citizen of this county, died Wednesday at 4 p. m., at his residence two miles sonth of this city, at the ago of 70 years, 3 months and 13 days, of valvular heart trouble. lie was a native of this county, having been born April 15, 1813, upon the farm upon which lived, lie bad tour brothers and two sis ters, of whom only one brother and one sister survive. In March, 1853, he married Miss Mary D. Boush. a native of Virginia, from which union there were one son and five daughters, all of whom survive except a daughter, who died a short time ago. lie has always been a farmer, and was a plain, frank and open, upright man; one who won the respect and esteem of all who knew him. lie won competence by his own hand, and leaves his family In very comfortable circum stances In life. The funeral services will be conducted by Iter. Dr. Uelwl? at his late residence, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment will be made at the family bury ing ground. All friends of the family are invited. Arraigned In Common Pieaa Court. This morning In common pleas court Lemuel Van Meter and Rueben Huffman were arraigned before Judge White, In dicted with robbery, to which charge they pleaded not guilty. Also Cbas Aldridge, In dicted with stealing a gelding, pleaded not guilty to the charge, it is probable that further action will be made in the above cases during the present term of Court. lltatb.of Mn.llU. Mrs. Rachel S. Gill died this morning at.tbe residenee of her son-in-law, Wilson Latimer. Services at the house, 33 Frank lin street, at 9 a. in". Sunday. Interment in PJqua. Friends of the family invited.'" Miss Nora B. Flago, of south Factory street, is visiting friends In Xenla. GREENE TOWNSHIP. GiiEESEAroLis, June 37. Flags are fly ing in honor of the nomination of ilarrlsou and protection. .. .John O. Hal!, spent Saturday at Mr. liege 8 (ireene county, where the friends of Mr. Gage give him a snrprise. quite a number were present and among them was the mother of Whltelaw Rled, of the New York Tribune, she being 85 years of age and now reads without glasses. .. .Charles Hamna who has been In Cincinnati studing medicine Is now recreat ing In the hog field.... John Davis and family spent a few days In Dayton last week.... The latest out was two girls squrriel bunting, powder spent and the little animals frighten. Just Misses Otstot and Keliey. . . .The farmers club will on next Tuesday discuss tbe question, has wo men aright to tote, this club is beginning weal a mighty force and no telling what It will knock-out SOCIETY NOTICES. Clark stodge. Mo. 101, F. A. M. There will be sr special communication of Clart lodge. No. 101. F. A A. M., on Fri day evening, June 39, 1888. for work in the M. M. degree. By order of the W. M. L 11. Kkixet, Secretary. There will be a meeting of the U. V. R. U-at the U. V. U. hall, on Market street. this evening at 8 o'clock. AH charter mem bers are requested to be present Jessie KiDKit, President Claim. Riiodeiuck, Sec'y. "Ile'll Cent like a wildcat in a tin oven." Western eulogy. Bismarck will walk sooner than ride In a Victoria carriage. We recommend the use of Angostura Bitten) to our friends who suffer with dys pepsia. . Tbn Erie I&llway Company. This line will sell round trip tickets at one fare for the round trip on tbe 3d and 4th of J'lly, good returning until the 5 th, inclusive. , J. u. 1'hlegek, Ticket Agent, 73 Arcade. There are 10.300 Catholic churches In the United States. Men's and ladies low cuts and tenn!3 shoes can be bought at the famous Arcade Shoe Store at 15 to 35 per cent less than any house in Ohio. Cut prices all along the line. If you want bargains you had better see them before you buy. Handsomely Cleuucxl. Now Is the time to save money. The Springfield Steam Dye Works Is now pre pared to clean, dye and repair ladies' and gents' clothing, without ripping. Ladies' black, silk and white wool dresses are cleaned as good as new. , Wm. Thornton, sewing machine repairer and dealer, has removed to 56 south Lime stone street, third door south of Murphy & Bro.'s dry goods house, where he has added a large, full line of trunks and valises, etc He is prepared to repair all kinds of sewing machines. Oil and all kinds of needles and parts for sewing machines also on hand. lie also repairs trunks. General agent for White and New Home sewing machines. Stamping and embroidering work to orde-. Betting on races Increases among New York society women. Beatty's Ivory Stareh. Labor savlng.harmlesi to fabrics rfectflnlih Items or Interest from Rirlugf)eld't)Uvlr Llltlu Suburb. Mr. Wm. Osmond, of Lagonda avenue, has returned from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hofman will leave on July 4th for their new home In Tennes see. Mr. A. II. Tavener went to Dayton yes terday and sold his beautiful Shetland pony to a gentleman there. Mr. J. M. Derrickson has gone torfhe northwest to see that the "Champion" cuts the great harvest of that region. Reed & Gordon have had their grocery wtgon repainted until it looks as nice and pretty as a girl's new spring hat Walter Grahn and his sister, Miss Mabol, both of South Charleston, spent Tuesday at Mr. A. H. Tavenner's. Mr. Uarry Cook and family have gone to the country near Vienna, this county, to spend tbe summer with relatives. The Ladles' Aid Society social at Mr. C E. Uolden's, on Tuesday evening was a success. It was well attended and a very pleasant evening resulted. J. M. Berger last evening attended a reception at Miss Ella King's, near South Charleston, in honor of a young lady friend of Miss King's, from Springfield. Mr. Perry James desires us to return his sincere thanks to the neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted him In his late afflic tion: during the sickness, death and burial of his wire. Mr. George Hutching was this week elected leader of the Lagonda Excelsior band. George Is an excellent musician for his age and we hope to see the band become much better under his training. The Lagonda friends of Mr. and Mrs. John Fryburger. of the city, will be Inter ested to know that "It's a boy," born on Tuesday night weight 93-f pounds. Mother and child doing well, and the doctor thinks he will pull John through all right. Miss Lottje ZuTavern Is meeting with fine success as a music teacher. She has a room In the Arcade building. In the city, where she has a piano. Many new pupils have come to her since the city schools closed, as well as many from tbe country. Mr. A. H. Tavenner has quit butchering for his wagon route until hot weather is over. His gentlemanly clerk, Mr. James Johnson, will visit this week In the city. then go home to Hardin county nntil Sep tember, when he will probably return to take bis place again. Polygamy Practiced In China. tn the greater part of China (except per haps In the provinco of Chantung) poly? amy prevails A Chinaman Is practically freA tn take as manv wives na ho can snri port 6no causo of this practice is the dceiro In tho heart of every native to raise up a largo family to bo a support in bis old ago and to do him honor after he Is dead. Another causo of tho prevalence of polygamy lies in to fact that tho first wife is chosen for a man by his parents, and tho result Is so often unsatisfactory to him that ho gladly embraces tho oppor tunity to choose a second for himself. Usually tho first wife la of a higher class than the others and exercises a natural supremacy over them. Indeed, so long as second or third wives have no children they are little better than slaves In tho bouso. as a rule they are cot per mitted to elt down In the presence of the hrst wic. Occasionally, however, the positions are reversed when a second wife ingratiates herself into the affections of a common nusoana, out sne cannot cisim his title, which belongs to tho first wife. When a second or third wife, who Is child less, is sick unto death, she is taken to another house, and not suffered to die In tho bouse of her husband. In the case of a second or third mar riage tho ceremonies are simple. . At the conclusion the newly married woman Is presented to the first wife, whom she iromises to respect and obey. New Or eano Timos-Democrat, Where Copal Is Found. Copal Is allied to amber, but differs from It In its ago, being much moro recent Whilo Insects are also common In amber, they are oil of extinct species, while those In copal are still In existence. A peculi arity about copal Is the appearance of the ontslde of the pieces as found In the natural state. This appearance is similar to the skin of a plucked goose, and from this similarity It derives its name. The gooso flesh appearance by some is sup posed to be duo to the sand in which the copal Is found at a depth of n few Inches to six feet But as all tho lumps are oxidized on the surface this would prob ably prevent any action by tho sand, and it is moro likely duo to some kind of con traction. Tlio copal Is found along tbe coast of Zanzibar In the desert sand and Is dug up by tho natives. They stick long poles down Into tho sand and strike the lumps of copal like they would striko a stone. Tho pieces ore of all sizes from three or four Inches through down to a bean or pea size. The tmo quality Is used to moke the best coach varnish. The gum Is worth from fifty cents to $1. ac cording toquolity, that Is, according to its clearness and tbe absence from im purities. Now York Evening Sun. 1Captalns of Kdncatlon. We have captains of industry and Snanee. Why havo wo not captains of education men of leisure and culture, capable, of enthusiasm and initiative, ready to throw themselves Into such a cause and give It their earnest consider ation, their generous and active support? Among tho Greeks, Plato, Socrates and Eplctetns were among tho teachers. Where shall we look for our great leaders, masters, patrons, even, who will see edu cation In its true light, and force us to rcvognlzo teaching as ono of the grandest of tho arts tho art of arts, for It goes to the building up of the artist himself, and of even nobler types of humanity? The Century. LAWRENCEVitLE. Lawhenceviixk, June 37. The funer al of Mrs. Mary Edmlston was held Sun day, the attendance being very large. She was born In the state of New York in 1801, and came to this state in 181 0, was married hi 1835, and a widow since 1839. She, was a woman of unusual energy and possessed a wonderful memory and business capacity, was a kind and charitable neighbor and one who will be greatly missed by this com mnnitx . . . .The funeral of Mr. John Freeze was held Monday, and was one of the largest we ever saw- He was born In this state in 1815, and died Sunday last He was one of our best citizens, and always highly esteemed by his neighbors. ...Hay harvest has begun, the crop will be short . . . .A carnival of thieving has been going on In this township for some time, the last victim reported being David liaker, who lost a can of lard and a quantity of butter. . . . Potato crop will be small. July 4tn, 1888. Our shoe store will be closed on the 4th of July, the entire day. We propose to take a full holiday. In the meantime look out for the biggest bargains in boots shoes and slippers ever offered In this country. STAKEr & SCOW DEN, Kelly's Arcade, THET ARE THE CLEANEST. Meaning; the Champion City Bath Booms at 31 North Center street. The Champion City Bath Rooms, con nected with tho Springfield Steam Dye Works, are acknowledged to be the cleanest and best In the city. They are clean, pure and sweet furnished with first-class ser vice. We thank our customers for past patron age, and Invite a continuance of tbe same. SritiNQFiELD Steam Dvk Wobks. . 21 north Center street Thpre aro 11,000 mileaof ' 'dead" wires In New York city. A STotabU Meeting at Mr.Kockel's on the lOUi Inst. At a regular meeting of Pomona Grange, held on the 19th Inst, at Brother Peter Rocket's, north of Springfield, a largo and enthusiastic gathering of substantial Gran gers and friends were heartily and cheer fully welcomed by Brother Rockel and family. They threw open the house and barn In fact generously surrendered all for the time being Into the hands of the sturdy sons of toil, knowing full well that under the rules of the 6nier their trust would not be betrayed. A session of the Grange was held in the fifth degree, where at it was resolved to hold the next regular meeting at the Fair grounds In Springfield, O., on the third Tuesday In August at 3 o'clock p. m., thf re being a committee ap pointed to secure the same. Brother It i Hoi man then addressed the Grange on the subject of the constantly Increasing taxa tion of the industrial classes by the Increase of salaries of officials and the designs of politicians to saddle still further taxes on the agricultural Interests of our couutry. He appealed to the Grange to come up tn the standard of truo patrons and movo in the right direction. Bros. Rockel, Merritt and Rohrer made some very Interesting remarks, all of which were well received. The session then closed, and after a social and Joyous time spent in looking at the beautiful surroundings: fish ponds, springs, flowers, shrubs and trees, the worthy host sent messengers to an nounce that all thlBgs were ready, not for a wedding feast, but for a farmers' ban quet and such a table as that prepared by the fair hands of those who are as well ed ucated In the culinary department as the parlor. It was enough to challenge the ad miration of a connoisseur. "Come, Join the Grange." After all had partaken of the delicacies and substantials of life so bountifully prepared by our worthy sisters, the Grange assembled on the lawn In open session, and after a public installation of Bros. Jenkins, Rohrer and Rockel and Sis ter Mead to the several offices to which they had been elected, our worthy lecturer, It L. Holman, announced the order of ex ercises. First, an address on "The Digni ty of Agriculture," by Bro. Williams, of Mount Pleasant Grange. The subject was ably handled, and by a master band. To hear the address was tn know that tho au thor had drawn from the fountain of knowl edge, history, observation and experience. He spoke of its Institution by Cod himself, who before governments wereCostablUhed among men had commanded man, after placing him In tbe Garden of Eden.to dress and keep 14, and of the Industry of agri culture being not only the largest but the principle one of the world, lie spoke of the history of Rome; of her brightest and best minds, and most gallant and heroic chieftains, who not only loved the farm, but were practical agriculturists. . But why should I attempt to here describe the ex cellencies of bis address, to have heard it was but to appreciate, and I would that all our young men who contemplate leaving the farm for some other vocation would stop, think and acquaint themselves more thoroughly with history, and remain on the farm then "Come Join the Grange," Brother Ogden, In his happy way, fol lowed on .the aiue subject Illustrating many points which were very Interesting and instructive. Others were called upon and responded brltfly. Sister Sue KneWy, of Maple Hill, then entertained the audience with an essay on "Home and lis Surroundings." She drew an artistic and very truthful picture of home. Its recollections, IU peace, its pleas ures, its memories of childhood, Its mind training, its recponsibllitlne and lasting memories, and did ample Justice to her sub ject In an easy and graceful manner Ladies, come Join the Grange." One thing I had almost forgotten at three different times Mr. Steinberger, a young artist and plow boy, arranged his camera and took the picture of quite a group of grangers and friends, and 1 only hope he may he may-present Tremont Grange with one, but please don't let him know I said so, Mr. editor, or he might think 1 was "cheeky." But return, Bro. R. L. Hol man Introduced his brother from Florida, who entertained tbe audience in his qnaint and Jolly manner with a report of his state its productions, climate and resources, and Invited all those seeking homes on the farm orhea,th seekers, to come to Florida, where the latch string is always out We must not forget our worthy overseer. Brother Jacob Athy, who always does the band some in the music Hue. May his shadow never grow less nor lib voice be stilled until our great Sire, and Most Worthy Master shall say couio up higher and join the choir above. A resolution of thanks being passed by the sisters and brothers of Pomona Grange to Brother Rockel and family. Brother It responded by saying that Inasmuch as the county grange was without a home, he wanted us to know that if we could stand his hospitality, the latch-ttring was always out for us. Wo then adjourned to meet at fair grounds in Springfield, Ohio, Tuesday, Aug. 21st. 1888. Thus ended one of the days to bo long remembered by Clark county Pomona Grange. Little Gcasger. .UNCLAIMED LETTERS Bamainlns In the Poatufuce at Sprlnglleld, , Ohio, Juna S3, 1888. DOUISTIC. Allen. J A Anderson, Samuel Drown. Mrs Mary E Bennett. II J Uradfleld.J Walter 1 inlay, Sounle llauer, Mrs Jennie Baura. A II Urown, F V Berrv. James H Lavane, Mill Annie Mackenzie. Mrs Carrie Martin. Harry Mollne Machine Co McD&rgh, Mrs Mollle McClure.Mtss Ltrzle Merritt. Miss LB Michael. Josephine Miller, llarryW Mitchell. A J MLfuVr. Harry Patterson. W llbert Power. F L l'ryor. Cyrus M Peters. V I. Kay.W Walnut Alley Rook, J y Rossam. II Range. K Roberts, Charles Reeved. Mr Campbell. Lewis J Cannon. Ueorge Chapman. Miss Jay Crown, Ueorge Chambers. Ed Downs, uev John Deffenbaugh, Joseph F J drove, Kipp Oordon, Alts Ina HlefflnB.CornpIltyi Kcnels. Rachel Black liummons.Mlssl!fuma RnekaReld, Miss Anna Hendev.MlssLIIIle Miiiller. James b ltendev. Miss Claria Bonis, Miss Nellie Hmlth.JB Steambergrr. Miles Mnlth. Mrs Emma hnilth, Philip Ttnkltnrr. Dave 1 Fair St Trlfets Acme of Dances ToLlu. Harlev Hill. Abe Harris. Henry J Horn. Mrs John Hants. Mrs Elizabeth Herbert. Mrs Clara 11 Hart. Mm Johnson. Artensla Kit. Mrs hlmlra Klstler. Mlsstuo R Thomas. Ml js Alie Vlnyard. Vrs Mattie Vlekers.JamesA Whitney A Co Ward. Mrs Anna Yeazell, Mrs Jennie King, a K Leutz. WIIlardN Leech. Miss Maggie Lionzstretn. J antes Lewis, Richard roatiuv. Gibbons, James RETCKN. Miller. Mrs Maggie L fchea. Mama Bretler, Kitty Jieator. A J Freese, Joile Persons'calltng for these letters will please say "advertised, ' and give date of list. If not called for In one month they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. Letters must be directed to street and num ber in order to have them promptly and cor rectly delivered. . F. M. Hicux, Postmaster. We, the undersigned merchant tailors and ready-made clothiers, men's furnishers and hatters of this city, do hereby agree to close our respective places of business at 6 p. in. (Saturdays excepted) from July 4th to Sept 1st 1888. Anyone violating the above agreement to pay a penalty of fifty dollars, (S50 00), same to be placed at the disposal of the LAssocIated Charities of this city: Bruce, Uauk & Ca.Wni. S. Barker, J.B.Fellowes, John H. Wilson. J. W. Phillips. George Wobbe, Martin Krels, J. J. McCarthy. H. WWenborg. A. Pfeiffer. J. Loflus, Stephen Phillips. U. W. Gras,London Clothing Co.. Louis Stern, M. D. Levy, J. M. Knote. Remsberg Bros., M. M. Kauffman, Owen Bros.. P. E. Bancrolt Max Rothschild. Sullivan Bros., T. M. Gugenheim, R. W. Flack, O. K. Hypes. pines (elcry BURKS Nerrcas Prostration. Nervous Headache. " ' M Neuralgia, Nervoua Weakness, Stomach and Liver Diseases, Kbctunatism, 1 pepia,and all siTccKons oftts WAIT FOR THE 4th OF JULY PICNIC DIVISION 8, UNIFORM RANK, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, Have concluded to celebrate tbe Glorious Fourth of July at the Clark county Fair Grounds In magnificent style. Among tbe features of tho day will be Trotting; Pacing and Running Races; there will also be on the programme Font Racing, Sack Racing, Wheelbarrow Racing, also a Fat Men's Race and alio a BoyV Race, free for alt There will be Bicycle Races, Base Bait Snooting, Foot Bali, Quoits, Swinging and Dancing, with good Music all day. The committee invites propotals as follows: 1st Refreshment stand, consisting of pie, cakes, sandwiches, ham, sausage. colfee, teaand all other edibles not Included tn the other privileges. 2nd Lemonade, soda water. Ice cream 3rd Nuts, tobacco and cigars. 4th Melons, bananas, apples, peaches and fruit 5th Buttermilk. MERCHANT i"ort CORRECT STYLES -OO J-OHlsT IK. WILSOlsr, - 28 EAST MAIN STREET, SPRINGFIELD, 0. NEW" DERB7S ISTE-W 2STEOK1 W:E.AJRL, iNEWSGQTCH FLANNEL! PERCALE SHIRTS - TOD - A GUGENHEIM S mmwm MUjRaEii33 9 (fpTrrV 40 IBOUjauJ p i - - i i m i iii in maueu u SjjauklsUcoprofnitiiS. Eieitsadwexaro.MortaitotaiUttT two of . r tt i r mi in xX&fo lSEMIHAL pastilles, A Radical Oo-Iore7rMlXvbJ 'fcy.Orr! irrxJtiil Mm ana ont cai xcay l a t Year is jiiit nr i Ihccaaa Jesses tT tSmlntflj n&o9 pwnatnrtJf c ana Drama arwn nnnuaniiiu97nwvE lrfct and MU MalT Stroueh ai4 Vt-oroca UaattX t9ncbihoat by lB4itciwUafwrSosv,lm!rnla a o i tcna wnosui:r rram lae many coscnra ccwava i otx. or too xrvo xnu'aiaww. w ffqatiinifjItkatiinMtDfTnafl S or, or too frsa XnJalfoae. w ack that jca maul taiAUPACTKAOK ?7K.wth Ilhwf d I'aophJfr, riraBUvuMni RUPTunSD PSRSOMS cu hsur WUJCB r4i Jff.ir ILUtir SBM Avoid ba-VksW JmWH cBa CHAPMAN COAL CO., MINERS AND SHIPPERS OF JACKSON COAL, AND DEALERS IN AUL. IJlTVIS OF OCXAJL. AND COKE, DEAL IN NOTHING BUT THK BEST. OFFICE. NO. 31 ra,I.T ARflA!. TELEPHONF.S NOS. ICO WO 1VB Notice to Contrac'ors. Sealed proposals will be recelred at the office ot the City Clerk of tbe City of Sprim; Celd.Oblo, (or (urulsMne tbe material and doing tbe labor ot tbe following: classes o( work (orssldclly.between tbe time of enter ing into contract and the flrtt day of Decem ber. A. D. la. according to tbe plant and apeelll cations In tbe office of tho city cItII en gineer of said city, and In accordance with tbe ordinances ot said city relating to said work, said proposals to be as follows: First, for furnishing and rutting In curb and kutter. per lineal foot. btrona. lor iurnisning snaienu ana laying brick sidewalks, per square yard. Third, for cutting sidewalks to grade, per cubic yard. Fourth, tor Slllng sidewalks to grade, per cubic yard Fifth, for sniveling sidewalks, per cubic yard. All proposals must be for doing said work according to the plans, profiles and specifica tions in the omce of the city engineer, must be stgned by the full name of all parties Interested In said bid. and by some re ft mnslble disinterested person as a guarantee tnat a contract will do enterea into, proiiueu the bid Is accepted, and must be on file In tbe city clerk's office on or before 1Z o clock noon, of Friday, the Uth day of July. A D. 1S8S. to be opened and publicly read Immedi ately after It o'clock of said day. tn the pres ence 01 the mayor, city engineer, fcisisuoi city engineer, and city elerk. or any two of them, and reported to council at the first regular meeting thereafter. The city council reserres the right to reject any or all proposals for any reason they may deem sufficient. Br order ot the City Council. J. S. SHEW ALTER. IMam City Clerk. DR. H. R. DOSCH, DECADE DENTIST Opera ting Dentistry a Specialty D.Hn,-.. 1.irt 17 Dr. Frank C. Runyan, DENTIST. arttoomslnDaeklarttam'tBalldlngyarJ JWJinrpny uroviowr ipinmouon Karen o in LOST Msalhltal rsaira tfeae. Mr rrotta Detail 17 jwW r UvtamlcMervv Bitter. MCts liars MMMiM ia. J. iiw r.Jait.14 ri oMvftui' RADICALLY CURIO B' trj. TboiMaada vf paUaal lr Hs Unrnt Jiwtrj, irJiTTBSiaoJSi MuoMiMaaUItoaalafrar, it ra Czxekt Co-iFOir-D U tCttrc Tod ytpich never tLls Contalnlo- Caiarv aud j ua, umjbu wvnueriiu nrrrv rcuaiuaiua.u fef(Ur cures all nervous dlaordac. RHEUMATISM I'aiszs Czxxbt Courorro porlfles Qy .Llnorf. It drives out tbe laetio add. wbicfi eauaiaXl&eainatjam. and restores tbe blooeS makinirrrjcaiij to shitty condition. It la Urn trua rented j for KhsMifrmHiw, KIDNEY COMPLAINTS riifrtCrxrOTOrarouxDqttidar Tester tiw liver and kidners to perfect bealUb TZda curative power, combined with its nerw toruca, xoakes it the best remedy lor ail kidney complaints. DYSPEPSIA Pack's Czxckt Compoctcd strwwftwii tb toraJW-h. and TOlets tbe nerves ox fib difesv Uvera-tfans. TUU Is why it core reo tin worsu ca cf Urttpepela. CONSTIPATION rxim? CrxcsT Cosrrorcro Is ad a c tic It isakxatlT&ftTflmreacTindZL acticru to tho bcrwtis. XtefiTilnty sorely fOtW jumiu uo. . U1.f0cnzDe4.ded by rrof rational andtastttest men. Send for book. Price $1 00. Bold byDru!sU. Dys- Kidnc - ra. WELL S.RICHARDSONACO. Prop's nuitl4ilUlUL . I Cth Cane rack. 7th Shooting gallery. 8th Ice cream candy and popcorn. 9th Baby rack and all other privileges. Bids will be received by either of the committee until next Thursday evening at McCuddy's stove store. Main street COMMITTEE-It U. Clark, II. Rnssell, Georgj Smith, A. W. Cool, Frank Morria, I A. C. Elper. TAILORING! tub:: IN SPRING GOODS TO- '! - Tr, U9L.T- I'HilMWI rfniMMibMMIK l ! ullK 4.. a. E .a aTi Ii "icT t. " W ' W T4 CbUXU thseawla. Lsu v UDW " UlltClZ Ktf1Wltrt. rt lliTTsfirTn anhllsTliMM niia ! orioeostuetaflaaBiiw oa sciaaLas nedieal pricrtca By aii Hum , Va a- ' - - - &. la bllvlHiM i4lw T" ir-1-nmwrrtihiririrririi.vihiiirtliM wvirwwrheafiUaadrtpatiyitatesbocAaviiasiti iiflnaisl H AXRIS REMEDY CO., Spb I suex j.TiaBUTia,BT.icruiH, Jta Trtsl cf our Add"-- Ab for Trmsl METROPOLITAN Ti Only the Best Beef, Mutts Lamb, Mez'. and Pork fer sale here: Wm. Grant's Sons 16 E. Hifih St. -THE- L la the Cheapest and Best InsldeBUnd now. sold; to be found only at NO. 61 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST; TKI.KFHONK S7t. l Physician and Surgeon. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE NO. T BUCK: INOUAM'S BUXTC. NIOUT BELL. TELEPHONE 421. ELIZABETH LIBBLES.H.B NO. 72 WEST HIUII STREET. orFIOB HUUBS-Froui 10 a. m. to 2 p. a 6JUto TJUp.m ex ekS2ma&)M oV3I-3? Ud-'SM-A.darL5t2? BT 1HT. ssTfcJJP N BLIND n DWK "si 4i 1 .SI i 1 a il 1 & ! Yfl i.