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J?- :. Ir- K- u m tJ in W- f 1 : a. . ml Wir m g aillL'B!: ESttA1 KEEP COOL! COMMENCING JULY 3, ILL STRAW HATS Go at cost. Desirable styles for men, young men and boys. DROP IN AND SAVE MONEY. ST3TFES Hatter and Fnrnlsher, 5 E. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTEr. w ANTED An experienced eid at 69 East c gfc. mmreoi jura. XTonpo. ltco TITANTED-GIri to do homework In a small rl.ii .??i,,rj "V"' have nrat-elase references; SKA S5.b?nUl Limestone street, corner ot Maple street. Igj, WANTED-Agenta-Two ladies and two gen Uemenlo canvass ana acts agents lor r.piei.ari,ci;i,$3t.oS5per easily made. Call on T. H. a Center street, city. 160b WANTED-Consider thin. You will never hare an opportunity tobuylandsatlower p".?.,?.r "J a be,ter bargain than now. Why wait till prices are awaynp on a big boom and then ro In with a multi ude. on an excitement, and get caught? liuy quietly now it you want to make money. Agency tor Florida t-outheru railway lands, tl 2. to 10 per acre. Coal. Iron, timber, grazing and farming lands, south and west. Jiever sold an acre toanybody who did not make money out of his purchase. W. K. Linn. Land Broker. J6 Arcade. lt WANTED-An honest, ambitious man for a .. w Permanent position, with an old estab lished firm, as their representative In his own state, batary Increased with experience, llet jrences required. American .Manufacturing Home. 30 Keade street, New York. WANTKD-The people to see the Adjustable bun thade for carnages, surreys, jaegers, buggies, hacks, street cars. etc. for sale at the folio wine places: VT. C. Downey Jt Son. corner Main and Limestone streets; W. A. (russ.v. Co.. SO west Main street: P. S. Wise man Hardware Co., 23 south Market street. WANTED Smart young men can make $10 per day selling our Clevelaal and llsrr" aon badges In your own city. Our badge is a medal, with medallion busts of candidates, made In white metal or gold plated. The handsomest and cheapest badge out. Don't wait until some cne else takes the snap. Send SOcents in currency for terms and ajample badge. DeHeese Novelty Co. South Keud. Indiana. jsy0 llJANTED Ladles have your hats and bon If nets done over at 66 north Market street, any shape, bleached or dyed equal to new. .Mrs. J. A. Murphy. - lKms TTANTED Iteverpurcnase real estate or u loan e-ney on real estate security, with out an abstract of the title back to the gov ernment; prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor oi nues; omce, room s. Arcade. The only son In the city who elves his eicliulrn i yper tlme and atten ton to preparing abstracts of titles and conveyancing. ieeds and mortgages cor rectly draw ,. FOR RENT. TIOR RENT Two eight-room houses. In good -L' repair: city and clsteruwater; southwest corner Plum and North streets. Inquire at to N. Market street. 157lt FOR RENT The Shellabarser property on N Limestone street. Inquire ot C. A. Welsh, Mitchell block. Ultt FOR SALE. Marvin's Oatmi al Wafers. MONEY TO LOAN. XONEY TO LOAN In sums to suit, on flrtl mortgage and good commercial paper. Call and see us. Room No-l.Lagonda Bank building. George II. Coles & Son. LOST. LOST A pair oi gold-rlmmed spectacles. In leather case. Return to W West Pleasant street, or to the Second National Bank, a T OST On Kizer. LlmestoneorMIUerstreets, U a sword searf-pln, with red cross on hilt. rinaer return to ;so soutn Vianet street and fceltcuwcaza. 162b TOST On Thursday last.'a Chatelaine chain 11 near the central part ot tbe city. Finder w 111 please leave at this office or at 215 South juwxet street. msa LOST On Saturday afternoon. thin black silk sbawL Finder will please leave it at Mnrph?& Bro.'s dry goods store and receive toward.- 157b' KENSSKT.AER POITTECHNIO INSTITUTE, Troy, J. Y. The old est School of Lnglneerlngln the UnltedSta tea. Nf term begins tsept-IS. The Register for -1SSS contains list of graduates for 62 years, with their positions; also, course of study, requirements for admission, expenses, etc Candidates living at a distance may be exara - lned at their homes. Address DAVID M. UltKKNE, Director. THE LAST RITES. v Funeral ot Itev. Mr. Conrey at Urbana on - Saturday. r Friday afternoon the funeral of Itev. . . Stephen F. Conrey took place from the -sCTirst AL E. church, a large number of friends being presenL There was an un usual attendance of his fellow workers in the church ministry, among them being Keys. F. G. "Mitchell, presiding elder; A. Jf. Spahr, bis predecessor in office; C. W. Kishell. pastor of tbe First M. E. church, "where he worshiped during his last months; Joljn Pearson, who was once a colleague of the deceased; E T. Weils, T. Collett, T. Wones, who was first a member of Mr. Conrey's congregation, then a minister un der bim while presiding elder of the Mays Tille (Ky.) district, and afterward his pas ta; James Stephenson, John Vance. W. II. Jackson. U. C. Sliddieton, O. IL Sellers, A. Fleming and S. W. Carey. Ke& E. T. Wells read the scripture, the 3d of Epheslans, the 8 th verse of which was Mr. Conrey's last quotation from the tBible, and Iter. A. N. Spahr led in prayer. The next hymn was announced by Iter. T. Collett Mr. Kishell read a letter of re- ', gretand eulogy from Or. Marlay, and then V Ji1'' read a very true and full eulogy of the j : A? dead preacher. lie was followed by Iters. - . . i AHA,hnv kmn ttrA ta Ia.,.-t.1r Int. tka AllUMJa uj uiut au.t uiu iviv-MamDi .uv audience was olsniissea Willi tne Deneaic- . tlnn. lir Iter. James Stephenson. Urbana CiUrcn. 'M The late James Freeman Clarke left an utographlc will giving ins entire etuate to S;hl8 wife, from whom, he says, he re- .celved it. ,-nA. picture in your Imagination Is of course 'inclosed in a frame of mind. 1FEATHER-WEIGHT STIFF -3 . --.-.. je tar-i-Tir. Ttf&,?afJjm&?-':-z --Jm w tyin iiintoiinwtifcaBiiimri HOT WEATHER Every family should hare a bottle or two of Eood Cholera Morbus or Dlarrbcea remedy In the bouse. You know not what hour In the slcht you may need It. The best In use are : Dr. Casper's Dlarrl'tra Carat tTe, Dr. Casper's Cholera Mixture. Dr. Ctuper's Ess. Jamaica (linger. Dr. Casper1!) Blackberry and Uera nlnm Carminative. This last Is particularly adapted J or Infants. The other tor adults and children. Also, Ret either Blackberry Brandy, WIno or Cordial, or Old French Brandy. All tor sale Ion at CASPER'S Drug Store, Main 8t Fisher's Building, Sprlncfleld. LOCAL BREVITIES. TJXCLE KASTUS TALKS. De mugwumps got a big, fat man. Whose face It red like bleed: Dey thinks dat he'll git dar, again. But deyll git lei Indeed. Dey's got annther not so fat. But who's got heaps ob stuff; Ole soger! jist 'member dat Mixes Pias, Ciur Chisi, ain't dat enuff ? De Fubs dey Is goln' to run A man whom dey calls Morty, Wlfanuther, known as llairlson, ho's jrua ;wic won In '10. I say In confidence to yo We will turn out dia fall. Den 0 rover never kin get thru. Coz de knot hole am too small. Jiulrr Sttmrbnur. WlfAT MADE IIEIt MAD. IIo stooped and kissed her hand. Why Should he not? The moon was In eclipse Behind a cloud. That was all right, But be forgot That maidens all hare lips. btrntrvitlc JiwrfHlf. Mrs. L. D. Woods, of east Front street. Is convalescing. The police were "kept busy Saturday, making several arrests. Messrs D. L. Smith and Hayes Rowdre left for Cincinnati this morning. John L. Zimmerman, esq., spent Sunday at his borne in Mahoning county. The Little Six will give a musical concert at the Central rink Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gross will leave to morrow on a business trip through Indlanr. Several fine shade trees were blown down on Pleasant street, during the storm Sun day afternoon. Mr. Wm. Hall, of Winchester, Ky., who has been sojourning In this city, returned home this morning. The com crop In the city corn-field Is looking remarkably fine since the refresl - ing rains of yesterday. llrs.JEmras Solenberger, of Harrisburg, Ph., la the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Al Solen berger, of Chestnut avenue. Mr. W1IL 11. Kodgers accidentally stuck a piece of glass Into his right hand today, and now carries a very sore paw. Ask Chief of Police Ambrose what be knows about tbe flim-flam game. But take along a club with you for defense. Captain M. M. Duffy, ot the Springfield fire department, pissed through the Valley on Tuesday. Spring Valley Blade. Miss Bailie Q. Brown, the brilliant elo cutionist, will give an entertainment at the Korth street church next Friday evening. Tbe reservoir in the rear of Uuber's bar ber shop In tbe Lagonda house broke Sat urday night and flooded things In a lively manner. A building permit was Issued today by Clerk Shewalter to Joseph' Collier for a frame addition to residence in Fifth ward, valued at S300. Mr. John S. Barr has gone to Magnetic Springs, Union County, to spend a week wi'h Mrs. Barr, whose health in reported to be Improving. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller ard daughter, Miss Sara Breedlove, of Kew York, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jones, of south Market street A. E. Moore, of Springfield, who has been stopping at the Walton house, taking medicinal water treatment, is fast Improv ing. Spring Valley Blade The new helmet hats for tbe police, fur nished by Bancroft, arrived today, and were distributed among the men this afternoon. They are very metropolitan in appearance. Mr. E. M. Campbell has just returned from a trip through Indiana and is full of republican enthusiasm. lie says Harrison and Morton will carry that state by 7,000 majority. Fred Meisner, the wife-beater and furni ture smasher, was released from the Daj ton work-house today on money put up by his father. Judge Young also remitted a por tion ot his sentence. Sanitary Marshal Gelwlcks, in pursuance to the order of the board of health, distrib uted among tbe undertakers blank certifi cates of death and physicians' certificates, to be filled out by them and filed. Thomas Sharp and wifo, Harry Phillip", wife, daughter and son, Mrs. Barney Phil lips, daughter and two sons, all of Spring field, spent the Fourth with John M. Wood and family. Spring Valley Ttlade. Miss Enolia Nooks, who has been the guest of Mrs. W. T. Maxwell, of Fair street, returned to ber home at Dayton this afternoon, accompanied by Miss Clara Oglesby, who will visit relatives in that city. The 3-months-oId babe ot Arthur H. Alexander, of 270 west Mulberry street. died at 10 o'clock this morning of cholera infantum. The funeral will be held at the residence tomorrow (Tuesday) at 4 o'clock p. m. Burial at Femcllu. Besides tbe cases disposed of in police court Situtday, in addition to the onos mentioned in that issue of the paper, Julia Cheek was fined S10 and costs for drunk and disorderly, and Wm. Brenner S5 and costs for tbe same offense. A drop too much wtars away the man. ' ... ....-kSWWi'i.- tes&k-iWSTSI'Z- -W StSEffBilO, MONOA? 1WBHBWI, to T' i jL j , lUfcl Katat Transfers, Joseph Wagner and wife to Hugh E. Maxwell, S3 acres of land In Moorfield township; $3,002 50. J. W. Townsend ct al., to Mary A. Sharp, lot on Lincoln avenue; S2,2i0. C. S. Forgy to Martha C. Freeman, ii of an acre of land in Bethel township: S135. Wm. Diehlto W. W. and Geo. A. Biehl, property on east Main street: $6,000. Geo. Spence to Elizabeth Paul, part of lot in Spence's addition: 81S0. P. P. Mast to Ignatz Wheeler, quit claim to lot on George street: 31. Executors of P. LohnestoBarbaraBecker. six lots In Lnhnes's addition: Sor. Jesse W. Pence et al. to Llna Pence, life estate to 72 acres of land In German town ship: SI. Executors of P. Lohnes to Margaret Han ger six lots in Lobnes's addition: S420. Executors of P. Lohnes to William IL Lohnes, lot on west Main street: 81,000. N. S. Conway to Mary J. Poland, two acres land in Pleasant township: 8700. Executors of Peter Lohnes to Catharine Clark et a ..seven lots in Lobnes's heirs' ad dition: 83,110. Executors of Peter Lohnes to Catharine Clark, two lots in Lohnes's heirs' addition: 8190. Executors of Peter Lohnes to Matilda Lohnes, lot in Lohnes's heirs' addition: 83,337.50. George Spence to E. James Spence, lot in Spence's addition: 8700. George Spence to E James Spence, quit claim to right of way: 81. George Spence toE. Jane Spence, lot on west Main street: 85.000. George Spence to E. Jane Spence, quit claim to right of way: SI. George W. Heck to Jonathan Myers, one-quarter of an acre In Pike township: 8450. A. L. Clarke to Frank H. Clarke, 2 lots in nils' heirs' addition: 8345. Charles C. Boehmler to John II. Johnson, lot on east Clifton street: 81,500. George P. Frank to John Troutman, I property on west Main street: 81. 1 Executors of P. Lohnes to John P. Loh- ynes. 2 lots in Lohnes' belrs'tadditlon: 8200. Matilda lteeder to Catharine Myers, lot in Uibert's addition: 8250. Thomas Sharp to Margaret Ryan, lot on Summer street: 8400. Eliza O'llara et al. to John Cary, prop erty in Keeder's addition: SI. John Cary to Patrick O'llara, property In Keeder's addition: SI. Jacob E. Johnson toMary Ann Morrison. AXA acreof land in Bethel township: 8850. Edward wells to James Anderson, 2 lots In Coble & Shattler's addition: 8850. Jacob Haenggi to John Klsline. lot on Kelly avenue: 81,290. F. W. Shaw to Charles Shaw, X Inter est in 87.13 acres land in Greene township: 82.000. Lydia A. Adams et al. to C. C. Funk, lot in Tibbetts's addition: S 1,500. John Troutman to George P. Frank, property on west Main street: 81. Dr. E. Meyers to John V. Bishop, prop erty in Teirs's addition: 81,500. John V. Bishop to C. B. Klssell, i In terest in lot In Tiers's addition: 31,000. Louis Uapp to Lamar Food, lot on west Columbia street: 81,792. Timothy Flaherty to Sarah Foos, lot on High street: 31,000. Z. Frank Martin to W. C. J. Randall, quitclaim to lot in East Springfield: 81. W. U. Starrett to Mary J. Black, quit claim to 13.31 acres laud In Pike township: 8800. Executors of John Ludlow to Roman Urugger, lot in Ludlow heirs' addition: 8350. Uarvey Hundley to George A. Hundley, H Interest In two lots in New Moorfield: 850. James McK. Goode to Anna Morgan, lot In Coffin & Whitehead's addition: S900. W. F. Young to George J. Kioepfer, lot in Stioud's addition: SI. 150. Ellen Landes to Kate Raddan, lot In Hitter's sub-division: 8800. Geo. Spence to Mary B. Adams, lot in Spence's addition: 3250. Georgo Spence to J. K. Mower, lot in Spence's addition: 8250. James E. Gaffney to Elmer E. Billow, lot in iiotsenptiiers addition: ssoo. Morris Zimmerman to Simon Zimmer man, 5 lots In Morris Zimmerman's sub-di vision: 8180. George Spence to James Murpby etal., lot in Spence's addition: 8300. Owen E. North to John P. North, lot In Kerahner's addition: 8150. Execute of P. Lohnes to Daniel Baker, 2 lots In Lohnes's heirs' addition: S12r. Charles Oodson to George Miller, 3 acres land In Harmony township: 8325. George Miller to Sophia Guyton, 3 acres land In Harmony township: 8375. John Crabill to John L. Wright, 3 lots In Zlmruennan'8 sub-diWslon: S1C0. E. E. Billow to James E. Gaffney, lot in Uotsenplller's addition: 81,500. Ernest Habernkem to Apoline Habern kern, lot on east Pleasant street: 31. Edward Merritt to J. F. and Cora B. Buffenfinger, 3 acres land In Springfield township: 8315. George Brain to Thomas Reynolds, lot in Brain's addition: 8400. Theodore F. Cox to Michael G. Kline, 130 acres of land In Clark and Greene coun ties: 83.200. Mary Sweeney to L. IL and E. D. Hous ton, quit claim to property in South Charleston: 31. Mary Sweeney to Leon IL Houston, quit claim to lands In Madison township: 81. M. S. Murray, assignee, to Leon ll. Houston, 9 54-100 acres of laud in Mtuison township: 81,800. M. S. Murray, assignee, to L. 11. and E. I). Houston, lot in South Charleston: 8200 Joseph Grlsso to Wm. It Gordon, 18 24-100 acres of land in Bethel township: 81,530. Thomas E. 1-ott to V7. H. Craig et al.. lot on Clifton street: 32.200. Michael Kline to George Despennott et at, 3K acres of land in Clark and Greene counties: 3284. Samuel M. Griffith to Jeremiah Griffith et al.. lot on Pearl street: 81.130. .Martin Way to E. N. Tlbbetts, lot on Pearl street: 81,000. Michael Kauffman, jr., to Kate E. Kanfl man, et al., lot in Anthony's addition: 83.300. Elizabeth C. Mann, et al., to Kato C. Kauffman, et al., quit claim to lot in Anthony's addition: 81. Frank A.'Kautfuian to Kate E. Kauff man, an undivided Interest in lot lu Anthony's addition: S1.C00. Chase Stewart, assignee, to Findiey W. Shaw, sixty acres land in Green township: 82,280. George Sintz and wite to Robert K. Mills et al., 51 acres laud in Mad ltlver township: 81.200. Abraham Ityman to Harrison Shull, a small strip of land in Pike township: 825. Abraham Bynian !to Harrison Suit. 16 50-100 acres land In Pike township: 81.088. John P. G. Lndter to Herman Uasenfus, lot on Race street: 3525 T. M. and Mary A. Carroll, to Catharine Evans, lot on Grand avenue: 81,800. Three years aim Charles Selhe, of Morris Cove, Tenn., saed the daughter of a rich New York banker from drowning. The banker died lately aud left by his will 810.- 000 for the Tennesseean. HATS IN ALL GREAT KINNANE, WREN & COMPANY'S Having purchased FOR CASH, at a ridiculously Low Figure, Colonel Feilowes' entire stock of Gents' Fine Suitings and SPRING AND WINTER QVERG0ATIN68! WE SHALL OFFER SAlE FOR SALE ON MONDAY, JULY 9, AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER" KNOWN! Colonel Feilowes' superior taste, so well known to you all, justifies our stating that a finer stock f Suit ings has never been shown in this city. This, coupled with the very low prices at which we propose selling the goods, adding only a mere nominal margin to cost, should make this the most memorable sale ever anneunced in Springfield. To make this still more patent, you will get a first-class Suit sr Overcoat for about one-fourth its actual value, or 75 per cent less than anywhere else on earth, and have over 300 different styles to select frsm. REMEMBER, NEXT MONDAY, JULY 9, 1888 IS THE DAY ! KINNANE, WREN & CO. OHIO NEWS. Items of Intevost (Slithered from Baek- eje Tuwus. Kestov. July 0. George Underwood, living in Washington township, poisoned his wife ami son by putting jiaris green In their colli-e at dinner. Underwood drank milk, while th- .ifc and sou drank coffee. Thcvni Hi!bly may recover. Mrs. Under wood's condition is critical. Underwood feigns invmitv. Klllnl by a lllour lu the Stomach. MiEioo.July IL Jack Cornelius. living Dejr Morrill, ihh rouutv, while walking barkuard holding an end of a large rail mad llj.oti the l'ourth of Julv, stumbled and fell, with the heavy end of the tie triking him a heavy blow in the stomach, from which he lias since died. The de ceased was forty j cars old. l'rejinred Iil Owu Grave. Xew Lhxi.N&Tov. July 0. Charles Carter, aged sixty-eight, died, on the Fourth at Moutidla, and wai buried. About a ) ear ago lie lied up his own grave, underlaying ii wiui cmni'D, uon wnien tie was ton plated, and a stone slap to be laid upon him with no coliii, so that as his body tuoldcned nwny, u would iirss tnrougn me cinders into the earth. Directions for las funeral were duly made by hira, and were carried out. 'ew Manufacturing Industry for Xronton. Ieo.nto.v, July 8. lresident Greer, of tha Chicago Lumber Company, the largest lum Icr corioratioii in the United States, was hci"c and coiisumstcd the purchase of twenty-live acres of land just above Ironton, on which to erect an immense lumber manu facturing plant. The site is selected with reference to its location below the great lumber tributaries of the Ohio, and thefirt works to he immediately erected include a saw mill to cut thirty million feet a year and a planing mill of proportionate size. A Illc Deal In Oil Lands. Fixiilay, July 9. A syndicate of Kastarn oil men hae purchased of the heirs of the bite Jude Cory, of this city, the oil lands belonging to the estate in Wood county, consisting of ICO acres, for which $litt,0U0 was paid. Judge Cory bought this land some years ago for $3,000 and had secured big returns from it before be died, a fact winch excites considerable comment, as indicating the value of oil lands. Tbe pur ch"uc is lot ated right in the heart of the Wood county oil held, and has never been drilled, but there is no doubt of it being rich in petroleunu Jealooa of Each Other. Portsmouth, July 0. Report from Lick Run brings the news of a probably fatal cutting, affair, wherein Ranee Fortner was stabbed ill the back by Andrew Morgan, caused by jealousy. Morgan was in com pany with Miss Alice Ecliley, whom Fort ner was desirous of escortimr. The latter waylaid Morgati and assaulted him with a pair of steel knuckles. During the scuffle Morgan stabbed his antagonist with a larue clasp-knife. The knife struck near the center of lortners back. Half an inch of the blade broke off aud remained sticking in the spine. I'rubing failed to rind tbe broken piece tif steel. The probe entered the cut two and a tpuarter inches. Former's recocry is ery doubtful. No arrest baa been made. Why the Editor Is Thankful. Woosteii. July 9. II. J. Monroe, editor of the I'reston Journal, this county, was here, and stated that bis paper would not apjK-ar next week; owing to the fact that his forms had beetfpied and type ruined by being pounded with a shooting stick, and in the same breath he said that his wife bad skipped for parts unknown, and that she or the hired girl had done the mischief before leaving. The woman.has had throe hubaniK and bears a very unsavory repu tation under the name of Jennie C'lomor. She at one time conducted a notorious maison de joic in Wooster, and she and her soiled dove were often shown up in a bad light iu the local newspaters. Monroe has been liwug with her for four years, but now declares he is delighted because she has llown. Joyful Tidings. Yoi;-osTnwx, July 9. Twentv-five years ago Henry Bloomer, a Swiss laborer, en listed in the Fourth Michigan infantry, and leaving his wife and two young daugh ters went to the front On returning, he fan nil his wifain an us lum and his daugh ters gone he knew not w here. After a vain search he removed his wile from the asylum and came here, where for twenty years he has been engaged in mining coal and car iug for his demented wife. He did not re linquish the search for Ids daughters, and Saturday recehed a letter from ! Mut THE NEW COLORS AT wrirrrr- mtm . uu, SALE OF -A.1S- one, beginning witn: "jiy long lost dar ling pajia." Its reception nearly killed him with joy- The letter stated that she and her sister were employed in Detroit, and had accidentally di-coered their parents were lit ing. The daughters, Frances and Mary Illoomer, will arrive here next .veek, and it is believed their coming will restore their demented mother. A laid, Driven From Home, Attempts Suit lile. Charleston, IV, Vt., Jnly 0. A young man named Georgo Goodwin, of Marietta, O, attempted suiiidc by taking a dose of morphine,' at the residence of John Little page, on Court street, where lie is a board er. Some time during the night Mr. Little page was dhtnrbcd by groans from Good win's room, and flattening to the place from which the noi-c came, he found the young man in a dangerous condition. Lit tlepage went for Dr. I'ullerton, who, with great dillh'-Jty, restored him to conscious ness. It appear" the joung man had re sided with his parents in Marietta until bis father and mother were dioreed. Each married again, and Good in went to live with his fa her. but- a stepmother did not suit him. His father, not long since, be came angry with him, and sent him away from borne, giving him fifty dollars with which to make a start in tbe "orld. The young fellow, he beiu but se- entecn years old, started out, and has bcru somewhat reckless in squandering: his money. H lays that be .ss no friends, iud that he does not want to lire. Ohio I'laslies. Lee Ward, a notorious tough, broke jail at Somerset. The fcpringfield ISir Asj-ociation has been reorganized. Secral building were struck by light ning at Gallipolis. It is projHised to annex the village of Hestoria to Ripley. A serious wreck occurred at the crossing of the I. iV O. and V. C roads, nt Fotoria. Frank GottwallU was arreted at Fosto ria for keeping his saloon ojien on Sunday. Adam Jenkins, wlio 5)t and killed aj man nauieu .mciioisoii, at itenaire, was ac quitted. Charles Alexander, a well known colored sport of Xeuiu, wjs arrested for pocket picking. Harry Hamilton, -tas arrested at Newark for criminally aa-aulting a young girl named fcmitli. Virgil llurbridav. an employe on the Home Avenue Kail road, near Dayton, was ovenome by beat. The bodies of live men, riddled with bul Wiss from Winchester rillcs liaie been found in the wilds of the Kini-bi Moun tains, Choctaw Nation, i fty miles from Detner. The are suppnvM to bate been huut-irs from Texas. Fifty yards nway wa found anotln r deail budrj supposed to be that of one t the attackfiig party. ANOTHER FALL. A Ulg Section ot the GlaM Itoof or the Ar cade Falls la There was another sensation In the Ar cade Sunday forenoon, when one of tbe great sections of glass that composed the crystal roof of tin promenade, let go during the storm and fell to the cemented floor below with a frightful crash. This Is tbe second or third tlnm these great lights, each an inch thick and I irge ss an ordinary table, have faileu Into the promenade, and If the things keeps on. somebod)' remains are going to be wiped carefully up with a sponge and a wet rag, if tho relatives want to do the appropriate thing. The piece that fell yesterday alighted just in front of Paul IL Smith's cigar store, at the north end, and a young man named Clarence' 1 atlmer, bad a thrllllngly narrow escape from being struck. Deatlfof Llttlf Daisy Wilson. Daisy Wilon, the 7-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mis. Wilson, of 23 west High street, died this (Monday) morning at 0 o'clock. The little one had been a sufferer almost all her life, and her pure .spirit was released from its pain-racked castle and ascended to the God who gave It The fu neral service will bo held at the residence tomorrow at '2 p. m. Interment will be at FernclitL James l'ayn, the novelist, says ho is a better band at trout catching than William lilack, and Mr. Black has a reputation in that line. Boston swells wear turn down collars. BANCROFTS. 4 EAST FINE WOOLENS RESPECTFULLY, WASHINGTON BUDGET. Goiitp 'About the President and Wife Cabluet Speculation Tragte Death of Captain Davla, ot the Salvation Army. Washington, July 9. The President and Mrs. Wet eland, with Mrs. Folsom, are again alone at Oak View. Mrs. Hoyt left on Monday, and Rev. William Cleveland and wife returned to their home on the day following. The J"resident has done much this year t'j 'add to the attractiveness and comfort of bis country home. The new stable recently templed is a very picturesque building ami will accommodate the horses and .cliirlo- In-longing- lu the President, which formerly had tot.ekcpr.at the White House stibirs. llic drite to Oak View is auvt one of the niojt jiopular about tbe caiiitil Yesterday's rapit.nl. assuming that Pres ident (.'Ic.'Llaiid will Ik- re-elected, and that Mt-srs. Whitney and Curlaml will re tire from thu eabiiut.il the expiration of their terms, uauu-s Colonel l.nmuiit for Sec retary of t :ir. nml s-iy. that 'The country ilt be well 'r-iire.liii ci-c the President shall Iiut-t.,e vat-am iej to till to see tliat Colon d Hints. I.iniout u made a member of the. Cabinet.' vtle of l'uri of tltt- tutlr Hook I'roviac; .ri.iiiili. Wwiiim. ..N-. July tf Tin- lio-trd ap ;iiit -d jii le ttcvLs a ;o to inquire into) the tdt diilit. i.Ii v.,-, ns f a portion of the arnl Hix.l prut, a .ToaiuNfurbtiUl pur poses, i n t . in in lieu thereo:' a tract of laud uii.,l by t'. I'. .v-( Hotel Company at Island ik !i. li.ri '-rU, X, J., has sub mitled it-ie.i.n lo 1i- fccretiry of War, mi! Was tcsttpiu d ssoltisl l.y orders from the War lViiarq.ii.iit. I'V.nu'the fact tlutt another Hurl, i-,ui-i,ting entirely of ordnaiitf oth. .!", has itvu appointed to continue tl Miirili for a new new proving miiihI, it n inferred that the lirst prard rci.rui! u lire t the selection of tlic site tillered lie tli, Hotel t-oinpany. The new Hoard c.in-i-tf t'aptaiiiiCullen Bry ant, John R Grctrii and ltotrers Ilienie, Jr. They will uuet in .V. w York Citv on the Utli iust, and will ti.it such sites in the tiiinity of New York am! New Jersey as may liet'tinsidered at all suitable for the purpose nt uii ordnance proving ground. Cnplniii I) ivis of the Salvation Army :.,...,...-.- While Ilathiuc. Wi-iiivi, i. July 9. The male mem bers of th.- ."saltation army went out to the eastern braut.li Saturdiy afternoon, for a bathing frolic The mrty was in charge of Captain Jo ph Itavis. and the men were having a glorious time in the water. Capt Davis was looked iqioii as a very expert swimmer and some of tbe nrmy people hav ing requested him to show how far out he could swim lie started, but before reaching the middle of the channel he sai.k. When he rose to the surf, lie called loudly for help, and several of his follower", together with others, hast ened to his aid, hilt before they could reach bsm he sank uul did not rise After pPRICE$ CHEAM lAKlNg SDES Used by the United States Government Endorsed by the heads of tha Great TJoIreremes and Pnblle Food Analysts, as tha Strongest rarest and moat nealthfal. Sr. Price's Cream Bklnz Powder does aotcoBtaia Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Ir. Price's Drlldons PUvorlne Ex tracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Kose, etc, do not centals Polsonons Oils or Chemical. . PRICE BAKING POWDER CO- Hew York. Chicago. St. Loula. searching lor a..,u uu hour, the body was recotered anil c-irned to the morgue. It is expected that the nrmy will make an ex tensive demonstration on the day cf the funeral. The Klevator for the lVahInftoa 9foaa meot. Wunuarox, July 9. Efforts are being made to induce iongres to embody in one of the appropriation bills an amendment providing for the expenstrof the elevator is the Washington monument. The machin ery is all ready, and waist only for fuel and men to run it . The estimated cost is bat $10,000 per year. An appropriation of that sum would give pleasure to 300,000 citizens of the nation during the fiscal year. The nation has paid more than a million of dol lars to erect the grru'est monument of the world to its greatest man ami the people who fist the Capital in increasing throngs are certainly 'entitled to proper facilities for viewing the structure for the construc tion of which they daid their money. It is thought the matter will be properly ad justed during this session. Walt Whitman Dying. Washi-ioton. Jult-a The Philadelphia Times says th-J- Hie" friends of Walt Whit man, the good gray poet say he will not recover from the illness with which he has been prostrated for several weeks. Tha aged poet is now unable to leave his bed at bis home. 323 Mirkle street, Camden, and he seems to be gradually growing weaker. Tbe progressive janilysis with which ha has been aillit ttd for years is now taking a firmer bold and paralyzing all his physical powers. His physicians say that if he does not rally soon and pin strength he will link beyond human aid. aud lib death then is on a question of a short time. New Cruisers. WAsnixaTox. July 9. The United States steamers Atlanta and Yantic. now at tha New York navy yard, are to be fitted out for foreign cruisers. It is thought that tha first named vessel will join the Pacific squadron, and that tbe latter will go to the West Indies. The Nomination of Colonel Casey. Washi-iutox, Silly 0. The nomination of Colonel Cay to be Brigadier General and Chief Engineer, vice 1 inane retired, it is ex pected will be sent to tne Senate to-day. Absurdly Stupid To allow prejudice or ignorance to get tbe better of good judgment. It has been con clusively proven that constipation, tad breath, dyspepsia, kidney affections, and all diseases of the Liver. Stomach and Bowels have been cured by simply takhilt Simmons Liver Regulator. It Is harmless, not unpleasant, and easily procured, so as there is no reason to be ignorant of this remedy we especially commend to your notice for triaL The production of the 3,000.000 acres ot cotton In Texas U 1,500,000 bales. 0m DQiaoos WRING EXTRACTS IMT MAIN ST, i fiy. . z& ?