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GLOBE REPUBLIO. FRIDAY EYE JXSTtLLRY 2, 188B
AnetUer giwJ ice harvest is in project.
Kosccolored noses are ft prevailing feature.
T. C. Denny, of Indianapolis, is al
This is a bad freeze for tlie, wheat cro
1ES3 and for wateted whisky.
A mau may be "short" when a bill is pn
sented but he need not lie 'crusty.
Horn On Thursday, Jnnuary 1, 1885
Mr. and Mra. Kdwin Snivel, a dauglner.
Thomaa J. I'rinple, EscW attended the ses
sions of the State IUr Association at Colum
lnu. Miss May Gilmour, of Kenton, Ohio, is
TisitinK Mrs. Charles A. Wood, of West High
Madame Janauschek. tin tragedienne.
through here this torenoon in Hex
Tlie City Council should broodfcVeets an'
sii(tKeton as to cleaning'1
keeping them dean-v
Mr. Uraytoni-SSls, leas" ' Dunkirk,
Mrs. a. A.-gAieU.
anas beeacrc JaJ" for stre;t-corner
. . y At stnaTlii riMd limn
trs, uut',' ""-" -J i "-
man:r' " '""' -- j--
Jr. Uussell is of the opinion now that ho
' will hare to amputate Condron's lett arm,
Licit was barned almost to a crisp.
Mr. Frank Fink, ot Springfield, secured
two patents in oil cups this week through his
attorney, X. E. 0. Whitney, of this city.
Mr. Edwin ShiTel, of the Globb-Repcbuc,
started out well lor the new j ear. It's a
girl which arrived yesterday aftirnoon.
The admission to the Tony Denier matinee
will be 35 and 25 cents, and to the evening
perforxance the price ot reserved seaU is 50
Mr. and Mrs. Itev. H. Tucklcy have .e
tnrned home from Hartwell, where they at
tended the siher wedding anniversary of
Mrs. Tuckley's parents.
An "Is-this-ccld-enough-for-you" man fell
down to-day and broke his w orthless neck.
His name is withhtld out of regard tor his
friend?, who are respectable.
An aged lady by the name ol Mrs.
an old citizen here, was before
Court this afternoon for inquest,.1'
She will be sent to the InErmil
jrfKeturned from Finua,
Mr. S. . Martin J-hc d(y. Mon CUrUtma3
where he wasj,e ricus iUnes3 , Lu latLer
on !,c5oj,fevcrai jayg alter his arrival,
Joseph Wells, a prominent member of the
0. U. 0. 0. F., died last night of a lingering
disease. Funeral services will ! held Suu
day, and it is likely the remains will be sent
to Grand Itapids, Michigan.
Rev. R. L Colwell, a former pa-tor of the
First IUptist Church, now lixing at Lowell,
Mass., is in the city for a few days, visiting
his old parishioners. His health is not so
good as friends could wish.
City Clerk John S. Shewalter returned at
coon to-day from Franklin county, where he
has been spending the holidays ver, pleas
antly with telatives. He "will be found at
his office during busiueas hours right nloug
now, as usual.
The annual meeting ot the Springfield
Athletic Club for election of officers will be
held Lt the Gymnasium next Monday even
ing at halt-past seven o'clock. It is hoped
there will be a general attendance ol mem
bers, ready for business.
Mr. Rarney Carlos, for several years the
efficient baggage-master on Conductor Coggs
well's train on the IV C. .t St. L. road be
tween Springfield and Dayton, was promoted
yesterday to be conductor ot a freight train.
So one deserving man had a happy New
Year, anJ is receiving the congratulations of
A very quiet wedding took place in room
100 of the Lagonda House yesterday after
noon about half-past four o'clobk, the high
contracting parlies being Mr. M. A. Robbins,
a school teacher in Madison county, and Miss
Clara Forbe?, daughter of J. M. Forbes, of
Harmony township. But two witnesses were
present besides the officiating clergyman,
Rev. Clayton AVones, of Soulh Charleston.
Yesterday atternoon about five o'clock a
man named Frank Lee was working in a
well in a yard on Baler street. He had
raised the pump stock up a considerable dis
tance, and then went down in the well to
work. Suddenly the pump stock came
.down with a crash and struck Lee
on the right foot, crushing it
to a jelly. He called for help
which soon arrived and he was removed from
the well. The patrol wagon was called and
took him to his home near Gray's School
bouse i.i the West End.
A company of ladies and gentlemen num
lering a dozen or fifteen made an unexpected,
but none the less welcome, call, yesterday
evening, upon Rev. J. C. Fernald, pastor of
Trinity Baptist Church. Tiie party was led
by Rev. H. H. Tuttle, pastor of Sinking
Creek Church, whom Rev. Mr. Fernald,
lias been assisting in a series of
meetings, and by Judson Redmond,
a leading man in that community. They
brought material for a good supper to which
alt sat down, and beyond that stocked the
pastor's larder with the "fat of the land" in
great supply. There was an evening of so
ciability and interchange of friendly senti
ment, the guests departing at a seasonable
hour taking hearty acknowledgements with
New V?arfj Night.
The social dullness for which the past holi
day week haj been Eomenhat remarkable'
was rtlieied last night by n very charming
and sucbesslul little party given at the Ar--ade
Hotel by the surviving members ot the
once glorious "A Voloate" Club. The affair
was gotten un on the spur of the moment and
nil such formalities as imitations, commit-
HOLIDAY SUPPERS HOLIDAY SLIPPERS HOLIDAY SLI
REYNOLDS BROS. FINE SHOES A SPECIALTY
5 JJ SU TVTATTsr STREET. -
THE WINDSOR A light, net
lined Alaska of fine cloth for men,
to be worn over dress shoes.
ARGYLE LONDON TOE for men,
very neat and designed to be Worn
witn narrow-toed shoes.
MEN'S SNOW EXCUb'o-lined,
high buckle Overshoe plate land
with crescent Jrcwaviest, warm
La Crosslvttcrshoe made.
MtaW-RTING BOOTS A
$o0rof finest quality.of light
tees, eta, were dispensed with. The large
dining hall was cleared lor the dancers, and
Willi a glHlening coat ot wax it
made as handsome a little hall
for the purpose as could well
be imagined. There wcra twenty-eight
couples present, among them a few of the
younger married couples who have not yet
forgotten the charms of the music and can
vass. Mrs. William H. lllee, .Mrs. Dr. L. M.
Pottir and Mrs. Ro'kfield did the honors of
the reception room 'jo perfection, and the
whole party had very much the atmosphere
of a private reception. Mr. Rockfield did
everything that an obliging host possibly
could to make the party a thoroughly e'e
gant affair, and much of its success was due
to his enthusiasm. A handsome supper was
served in the ordinary at midnight
and the dancing was
and kept up until
after two o'clock.
When the party broke up
there were many tipressions ot gratification,
and every one seemed 10 have a very happy
time, notwithstanding the music. Among
thosa present from abroad were Messrs. Asa-
and John Morgan, and Mr. Jolke, all f
nincinnati Sir T-Vit urns Mica Sn.i '
W.Ub.UU.., .. . W-. ..
of Dayton; and Mr. Huton,.o'
. ifSent Afratr.
-n, .ni-t"' 8'Ten at the EnK-i3Q
, iuurch last evening was a splendid
m cicrj- pt&mcuiar. rroi. i. r.. ai
anch'i musical sketch, entitled "Grandfather
Merryman or a Friend in Xeed," was ren
dered in the presence of a large audience.
Deep interest was manifested throughout the
performance. The first three acts are bright
and sparkling in character. The scene
represented is the family sitting-room of a
New England farm house in "ye olden time,"
in which a picture of comfort and plenty is
Tfce close of the third act introduces the
change in character represented by the
fourth act, being a scene of want and desti
tution and which is in strong contrast to the
Everyone who has witnessed a representa
tion of su:h scenes knows how short a step it
is from the pathetic to the ridiculous, and
how difficult it is for amateurs to avoid tak
ing the step.
Miss Eva Delo took the leading part
in this scene that of Widow Grey,
and told her story of want and poverty in
such a natural manner that many persons in
the audience were moved to tears.
The sketch in its entirety presents a won
derfully interesting little story, the moral of
which cannot be misunderstood.
Miss Elsie Lenhart took the part of
Grandmother Merryman and did her work in
an exceedingly creditable manner notably
in the fourth act where she visits the home
ot Widow Grey, and ministers to her wants.
Mr. Joe Carr in the part of "l'ennygrip,"
was one of the favorites of the audience and
w as well received.
Mr. A. E. Aldricb, the author of the sketch
took the part of "Grandfather Merryman" in
a very natural manner. Prof. A. V. Sykes
did a splendid piece ot work as accompanist,
playing the music at sight, never having re
hearsed with the Merryman family.
The entertainment will be repeated this
evening at the same place. The object for
which it is given together with its merit is
in every way worthy of another large au
dience this evening.
.1 MUSES US T.
Humpt Dumpty at the Grauil, Saturday
Afternoon ami Eientug.
To-morroT afternoon and evening Tony
Denier's Humpty Dampty and Specialty
Troupe will appear at the Grand Opera House.
The Detroit Free Press has the following to
say of the entertainment given by this com
pany: "Talk of jams I Whi ney's Opera
House was so compressed last night, outside
of the reserved seats procured during the day,
that it was next to impossible to tell whether
it was the corns on your own or your neigh
bor's feet that were hurt by being tread upon.
So man, woman or child could convey an
idea by writing or 'telling' just how funny,
extremely funny, roaring in its results on
your l&nghing facilities. There has not been
an entertainment in the city for twenty years
with as inoch fun to the square inch as
Tony Denier. If you have an idea this is not
so, then you will have to call on one of the
1,300 chunks of humanity whose sides ache
this morning from exercise last night."
On Monday evening next the Grand Opera
House will be occupied by probably one of
the best, a3 well as best advertised, attractions
rom New York city. As a guarantee of this
assertion the managers will return to any
of its patrons the full price of all tickets
if at any time during the performance they
shall offer just cause of dissatisfaction. The
play will be "Muggs' Landing," a comedy
drama in four acts, by Scott Marble. D has
been the most successful play this season, and
the press everywhere speaks in glowing
terms of its merits. The company comprises
twelve artists, the stars being Miss Frances
Bishop, of the Madison bquare Theater, and
Mr. Alfred McDowell, formerly of the Tour
ists. The rest of the company are all well
known. To meet the popular demand prices
have been reduced, the best seats being fifty
cents if purchased in advance at Carter's.
iTrMhig-jo.. not to-jmn, nor yei to ' Up " ,S our d"" ,0 "
scr.be a lu b, nhlcl. ou en .safely avoid "' e,tber' ,0-w,ts "l"too,.r
. -,, , ... ,-obcrs, Overshoes or Kubber Ilooli
store, select u alr of AInslns, Arctics.
, . ,. ...,,, irjour shoes, slip the price oi them into
from mr Immense slock, slip tlie
....,....., ...,.. - iSW ,,,c PaTements may be, yon need not
uiir u.imi?, iiii'i " iinuivii
slip any more.
M SLIP DOWN !
Within tho pust few days wo have received several entirely nen stylei of
ICubbcr (uod; which are the very latest out.
A Ki'lo on a Whale's Hack.
Wo went out in a gang that day,
some with rifles and somo with har
poons, and I reckon their was ten bots
(boats) all told, and right down by tho
mouth of tho creek wo struck a school
of 'cm, so big that there was nothing
but heads a-poppin' up all around.
When wo got into tho lot tho boys be
gan a-shootin' anil strikin', and got so
mixed up, that wo didn't know where
wo was for awhile My boy had my
harpoon, and tho only thin"; I could
get hold on was a lance, jcstliko this,
and as 1 was standing in tho bow a big
w halo camo up under mo. I let divo
and sunk tho lanco into him about two
feet, and at tho same moment ono of
tho other boats struck mo right amid
ships. I lost my balance and afore, f
knew it I was a-settin' on th ,
whalo's back, liangin' on to"" P?lc
and gom' along like grwr" hShtnm
Tho Coys set up a yepad maa waJ
formoandoftl-r".V - .-
"Yn spp 'J.t'"1"1"1-" l" spuaKer,
flirt ii'al1 nw Ji uuifitb
.i .ti critter couldn't dive.
. i"i a vii 1 1' nliAitr
so I just
,m iu iu xusb siit miiich m suuru
and then skirted nlon; tho beacli a-
snortin' and puflin' and beatin' tho wa
ter with her tail so't you could hear her
clean across the bay. Hut she couldn't
shako mu off. I just clung to the handlo
and let her rip, and pretty soon, when
wo como to a shoal placo 1 beached her
or she beached me. I didn't know
which. Anyway, I reckon I'm the lirst
ono that over rodu a whale in theso dig
gins. Hartford Couraiit."
Personality in If.intl writing.
Persons writing naturally do so
without thought regarding tho peculiar
construction of their writing. The
hand operates the pen as it were auto
matically, through tho sheer force of
habit, by which all tho innumerable
personalities are unconsciously im
parted to writing. Learners and forg
ers think respecting their writing, and
hence, tlie more still' and formal stylo
of their work; there is wanting the
easy, graceful How, apparent in
thoughtless or habitual writing. Lines
show more of nervousness and hesitan
cy whilo tho whole construction of tho
writing is more e.act and formal; and,
besides, every different handwriting
abounds in wcli nigh numberless habit
ual peculiarities, of which the writer
himself is unconscious, and cannot,
therefore, avoid. Thus, two other in
surmountable, difficulties aril placed, in
tlie way of tlie forger: First, to observe
and imitate all the characteristics of
the writing ho would simulate; and,
second to note and avoid all tlie habitual
characteristics of his own hand. Habit
in writing becomes so fixed and arbi
trary (not to mention tlie great artistic
skill required to exactly imitate an ttn
practiced hand), that I do not conceive
it to bo possible for anyone to simulate
the writing of another, or to so dis
semble his own writing, in any consid
erable quantity, as to defy detection
through a really skilled expert exami
nation. The Counting Jiootn.
Cheerful Chinese Execution.
A common modo is to tear off the
nails pf the toes and fingers, thrust
bamboo spikes into the eyes, and rid
dle tho wholo bodies with iron wires
heated in the tire. Another peculiarly
diabolical invention is a cage, just high
and wide enough to enable the victim
to stand in it. Its whole interior top,
sides and bottom, excepting just space
enough to rest the feet on is garnished
with spikes made of bamboo, and when
the prisoner is placed in it tho cage is
suspended. Unless he keeps his Dody
perfectly rigid tho cage oscillates, and
with the least oscillation tho spikes en
ter his naked body. He cannot crouch
down or change his position in tho
least, nor make use of his hands. No
food is given hirn. The moment he be
gins to feel sleepy to relax his mus
cles innumerable bamboo points enter
his llesli, and the pain is so acuto that
sleep is impossible. Finally lie dies,
rather from want of sleep hau from
pain one of the most hideous deaths
;tANi orr.n.v houm:.
Monday Kieutng, Jan. 5, 18K..
PRICES lt33IUCI5 t!
First time Iu this citj,
A charming Comet! r Drama by Scot t Marble, Esq.
A CUA.V nuili"
Smile, Sentiment an J Sorrow; Fun.FrhoHtjand
j-roue; iAief uire ana 1,311:; rater; aiumc,
Mirth and MfloJy; Tears. Troublesand
Trials; Hope, II ate and Harmony.
Two and a balf hours of Tears and Laughter.
MISS FRANCES BISHOP,
The most TeisatUe young actress on the stage, and
the only acknowledged riral of "Lotta."
Formerly of "Tourists the eccentric comedian
and character actor, supported by a full company
of celebrities, with a l'owerful Cast.
Admission, 25,35, and 50 cents. Keaered seats,
50 cents, at Carter's.
T OST KID MITTEN-OON OK MOM' AY Oli
U Tuesday pr ceding Chti-tmi!,
Jomes Hotel and Mad Ulrer Uank.
leave at Bancroft's Hat htoro.
TOST LADIES GOLD I'lX, BETWEEN" 181
i W Ilich t. and Kinnane's dry goods store.
Under will pleae leave it at 181 W. High street.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
rmiE paetneushii heketofoke exist
I in? between J A. Hayuard and A Winger,
under farm name uf Hayward A Winger, in the
lumber busings, is thin day dioIeil All per
Kns knowing themselves indebted will pleas? call
and settle J hi accounts and boobs will be found
at tlie otSce of J A llavnard A CV.s lumber varJ,
fcouthLiiuentouefineet.' J A HAVWAHD.
. BOOTS AND SHOES. "
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PIMLOTT I COAL
L. J- JKLCZEtWT ,
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop.
Repairs on all kind of Machinery done on short nitlcf. Special attention
triven to repairs on Stationary and Farm Engines, Mill fork, Cenrir.sr, Minlting,
Hungers, Pullers and Experimental achlnerj of all derriptions. Blacksmitli
in?, etc. V ork promptly attended to, prices ratronablk and satisfaction puai
auttcd. Office and Works, e and Hi East WaihuifUn rct, Springfield, Oeio.
Telephone No. 346.
Peaches, Pears, Plumb?, Cherries, Apricots, Blackberries,
Raspberries, Strawberries, Etc.
IN SUPERIOR QUALI1Y.
CHAS. A. WOOD, 28 S. Karket St.
SOLO IT 30 PEO CENT. LESS THAN ' HERETOFORE.
Call nd See Our Assortments
AD. BAEHAUS CO.,
No. 33 Eut Alain Street.
HUFFMAN & RICHTER.
invite inspection of
31 EAST MAIN ST.
C. F. COST.
FRESH AND PURE.
O. F. OOST.
30 South Limestone Street.
Capital, - - $400,000
Surplus, - - $400,000
Account) ot Bank!, Backers and Mercan
tile firms received, and any busintis con
nected with banking sdicited.
London correspondent, Citj Bank, "Lim
ited." Asa V. Potter, Pref. J. W. Wobk, Cash.
WOLISTON, WILDER ii CO.,
The West End Coal and Lumber Dealers. Sell
Cross Creek Lehigh Anthracite
And all kinds of soft
410 WEST MAIN STREET
THE BRUNSWICK A heavy
Fleeced-lined Alaska for men, pro
vided with a device for protecting
the bottoms of the pants from mud
THE ZEPHYR This is the light
est Rubber manufactured, and
comes in. styles for both Ladies'
and Gents' wear.
THE QUEEN CROQUET A very
neat but plain Croquet Rubber,
with fine cloth top.
RUBBER BOOTS for men.wornen
and children, in all sizes and
weights and of the finest quality.
i a, lii;., tiu,
Mat. nee and Evening.setunlay.
January 3, 18SC
The Monopolists of fro
Introducing America's Genet Clown
The' Onlj Ravel,
Teerless Concoctorcf Coinear, tottther with
Tony Denier's Meteoric Galax,,; stellar
Specialties. New melorsaiMe !,
act, 11. I. In the Wild Wetoone
Indians and liuffalo BiS.
At Prices of theTimes-50, 35 asljje Referred
Eeats, oOc, at Carter's.
JANUARY 1st ami 2d,
Champion of England and Germany.
The Finest Exponent of tie Art of
Fancy Roller Skatlnf iu the World.
Masquerade on Friday Even
ing, January 2d
XAKOU A DOUBLE VTTBifJTIOX.
RniEBT Fait ATictun of yoathfnlUatJnH? Uf
causing Pnmatnra Decs?, Jirtoa D.bJitt i
Manhood, icbirini tried in Tim , Wi
TmdT.hasdiX)T.red a simple mesnsott.lt -cm
whisk ht will und KRKB to his feliowrfSS"
Aocraes, J.U-utt ru, a Chatham 3tJS w fu
- 1 ps Trr
JOB LOT HAND MIRRORS
.A.T j SAORIPICE.
6 inches Beveled Flate at $1.00.
5 3-4 at 9Qc.
5 " " l at 85 c.
6 " Plain Mirror at 65c.
5 3-4 " " at 50c.
5 " ' at 40c.
Also Some Elegant Square Plate .Mirrors with Plain Frames
CHAS. LUDLOW, DRUGGIST
T. M. GUGENHEIM.
Silk Velvet Brocade, Lynx Trimming,
Will be Sold
WAIT FOR THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY 5 AND 40
Who will Positively Appear in all their Overshadowing Vastness
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1885,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CITY POOR.
ALLEN'S GENUINE QRiBIHAL
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Browning, King & Co'S
GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING STORE,
76 and 78 West Fourth St., Cincinnati,
Largest Manufacturers of Cloth.!.? 'i the World.
Wc deal exclusively in goods of our own manufacture and retail
AX WHOLESALE PRICES.
Our stock, which is the largest in the state, embraces ever quality from
the lowest priced reliable grades to the beat.
Eaual to Finest Custom Tsllnrmn. i
ie win sena goods u. U. u., witn
Send for sample and instructions for
- mann - - a -i-tv-i-
NERVE and BONE LiMNl
ff wan etiu? hrnnt. Prir tnU)25r.
loo Allen. A jaiiilt-w. sure- yi( -. ,
forlUieum.itisni,ur.it3:iA i ,. .- l:ui
jierowne. introduced in js.tj t. t. ..-.! J ar
" Scalds, Cuts, Brnf ss. bweilln. nr J all othr
'4 uuuv .rues aa pain, me n- remeily
k J known tor all the diorders of horses, xm h as
s-noawer Mrsins, eractetl Heels. Scralrh
Chafes or Galls. Sprain.. Film In tho tire
CHAS. XX. AI1I1EW, J-.
Sale Profnttor and Xaiafcei-jrcr,
Ofies, If 0. S Weit Fifth Street, Cineitnatl, OMo
3-Forsale by all drcsiists.-a
privilege ol exaimnn !iefo; r, , ,nT
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