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GLOBE BBPUBLIO, MONDAY EVENJKO, FEBRUARY 16, 1886
r wn,Tjr,t-nyiii .intwwap
Rer. J. F. AaSer returned from Xcnia
ROUSE AND PARSONS.
And we must at once clear our shelves of a .miscellaneous lot of
Heavy Goods, consisting in Odd Pairs of Shoes for Men, Shoes for
Women, Shoes for Boys and Shoes for Children. We will soon need the
room they new occupy for our extensive Spring purchases. To make
them move lively we have marked them down to quick selling prices.
The Best Quality ! Full Weight!
It will be to your interest to buy the following
Miss Mollie .Vhite, of Bellebrcok, near
Dayton, is Tisiling friends In this city.
C. C. Fried left for Springfield, Missouri,
today, and Mrs. Ballard for Uot Springs,
A ieg of beer was stolen this morning be
tween fire and six o'clock from in front of
Murphy k Bro.'s saloon on East Main street.
The masquerade at the rink next Friday
erening promises to surpass either of the
ther two, both in numbers and elegance of
Ohio Beta chapter, Thi Kappa Psi frater
nity, of Wittenberg College, will send two
delegates to the Grand Chapter Counsel,
which meets in Columbus this week. Many
of the great lights in law, medicine, and pol
itics will be there.
LI W R
Ed., officially known as "Nig ," Kelly, was
wagoned to the station house on general
principles, last night. He is a Levee graduate
and is said to be one of the class who go
around early in the morning inspecting beer
kegs stacked on the curbstone outside the
saloons. He gets his material in that way,
draining off the stale dregs left in the bottom
of the kegs.
Mist Rawlins, Miss Dana Hnnt and Miss
Fannie Barber expect to sta-t Wednesday for
New Orleans, to visit the great exposition.
The corps of teachers in the city schools,
which had planned to take the same trip has,
it is intimated, suffered some defections,
owing to the rather unfavorable reports from
those who bare Tinted the exposition.
Mr. Ephriam Knott, who lives about three
miles east of town on the Stlma pike, re
ported to the police this morning that about
a dozen chickens were stolen from a coop on
his plsv Sunday night. The thief was
tracked as far as Michael Welsh's arcade on
York and Pleasant street, but here it was
lost. It would be veiy safe to say that the
chickens didn't get rery far away from there,
The County Commissioners bare filed a
proposition with the Greene County Com
missioners to be allowed to send prisoners
under sentence in Clark county jail to the
Dayton workhouse, to work opt their fines,
at forty cents per day. The proposition comes
before the Montgomery Couaty Board at tbe
first of March meeting. The Commissioners
did nothing of importance this morning be
sides pass some bills.
Mr. Charles Pattern, whose arrest for dis
orderly conduct was mentioned yesterday,
desires to make a statement in regard to tbe
same. He lays he is not from Chicago, but
from St. Louis; that he has only been here
a little over one week; that he has not been
under the influence of liquor since he came
here; and that he has had no difficulty with
any one while here, except the Chinaman
mentioned. It is but due to Mr. Patton to
make this statement, and also to state that
during his residence here and during previous
Tisits he always conducted himself as a gen
tleman. Band of Hop Concert.
Notwithstanding tbe inclemency of the
weather, the Methodist Protestant church on
Pleasant street was well filled on Sabbath
evening with a delighted audience, it being
the occasion of tbe concert of the Sabbath
school and Band of Hope. Over twenty
children took part in recitations, and per
formed their part well. At the close Hon.
A. R. Ludlow addressed the children, taking
as his text the pledge ot the band against to
bacco in all forms, strong driak as a beverage
and profane language. Pastor Walker made
some remarks, giving an account of the or
ganisation and growth of the band, which at
this time has over ICO members enrolled.
The band meets every Sabbatb afternoon and
spends one hour in their varied exercises.
Visitors are always made welcome.
Mr. Harry C. Fisher received a letter from
parties interested in base ball in Terre Haute,
Indiana, yesterday, in which it was stated
that a first-class club could be organized in
that city as a member of such an organiza
tion as the Onio and Indiana league. Evans
viUe has already signified her willingness to
go into the organization, and Rushville has
expressed a desire to enter. The latter town,
however, is hardly large enough, and, if pos
sible, a better town will be secured. Tbe mat
ter is being worked up quietly in this city by
Mr. Fisher, and he thinks tb prospects are
rery encouraginc. Several prominent citi
zens who are lovers ot tbe sport, and who
were not satisfied with the way the club was
run last season, have taken the matter up.
It a club is organized the same grounds will
probably be used, but several important and
necessary changes it ill be made in them.
Perhaps there was a little too much unleel
ingness thrust into our Friday's report of "The
Snaring of Snarenberger." It vs not to
the young man's discredit that be wept over
his little child and fainted on meetinz his in
jured but forgiving wife. Saareuberger has
been well brought np, and this was his first
offense. It was natural that be should ex
hibit more emotion at the difgrace of bis ar
rest than tbe gentle Norris was accustomed
to witnessing. He bad been led astray by
evil companions; and yet his wife cluDg to
him, and believed in his reformation. This
broke him up; and the scene was not a sub
ject for ridicule. His case was not criminal,
after all. It could not have been made em
bezzlement, inasmuch as be was Rhodes'a
pa'.tner. But it was bad enough. Yet the
young man is penitent and resolved on lead
ing a better li'e. He should be sympathized
with, not ridiculed, in this reKilution.
On to W8hinetun 1
Col. J. M. Hines has abo.it completed b's
canvass of the Jefferson Club membership to
ascertain who propose taking in the inaugu
ration trip to Washington week after next
and reports tbat at least fifty ot the JeSersoi
ians will comprise the party, attending in a
body, via the Panhandle and Pennsylvania
railroads. No contract has yet been closed
for a sleeper, as negotiations are pending by
which it is believed somewhat better rates
can be secured, the number comr osing the
party depending somewhat upon the result
of these. The club will commission Gugen
heim to order a supply of silk hats, of a
uniform pattern and make which
with canes, gloves and handsome badges will
compose tbe club uniform for the trip, with
the understanding that the members will
wear dark clothing. It is the intention, If
arrangements are made, to retain use of the
sleeper while at Washington as lodgings,
greater comfort being thus assured than at an
over-crowded hotel. The engagement of tbe
Big Six Band is" now nnder considei. tion for
the trip. When Cleveland sees onr Spring
field brigade come marching up Pennsylvania
in columns of divisions at half distance, he
will surrender at discretion and give every
mother's ton of them a consulship, poetoffice
Court and County ltuilfllna;.
A. N. Summers, Eq , counsel for John
Speers in the perjury case, filed h'.s motion
tor new trial this morning and it will be
heard tomorrow morning, as Judge Goode is
called away from the city for a few days.
There was a rearrangement of rases on the
civil docket assigned for trial, tbe demurrer
to petitions filed by a large number of saloon
ists for recovery of money paid in under the
Scott law, being set for hearing Monday,
March 2. Oscar T. Martin, Esq , represents
the county treasurer, who is made the de
fendant in these cases, and some important
points will be brought up during the progiess
of the hearing. The matter is one of brit
importance, as vast suras of money are in
volved, take tbe State through.
Several new petitions in civil suits were
filed Saturday eveamg. Peter Sintz, having
power of attorney to represent heirs ot Geo.
Grisso, asks a petition for an injunction re
straing Pat. and Catherine Mulcahy from cut
ting timber on a valuable track of woodland,
on which there is an unsatisfied mortgage.
tVillis A. Howland wants tbe Court to re
quire Henry W. Zimmerman, a former part
ner in a small grocery butines", to reader a
detailed account of his transactions in col
lection of some rm accounts which he is al
leged to ha e converted to his own i.se.
Deputy Sheriff A. J. Baker and officer Rec
ord took Daniel Vannov and Hosha D'Artob
bi to tbe penitentiary to serve out short
terms, the former lor shooting with intent
to kill and tbe latter for burglary
nnd larcenv. Hcsba claims to be
a preacher and spent a portion ot his last day
in jail going through the forms of holding
religious services with the prisoners lor audi
ence. Tbe chap arrested at New Moorefield
for b- ating up a small boy, relused to come
out and Artobbi, entering bis cell, attempted
to drive him out. As the papers in the Deeds
and Brenner cases were not ready they were
held a day or two to await final action in the
Schocb, the insane German arrested two
weeks ago, was sent from the county infirm
ary to the Dayton asylum this morning.
The County Commissioners are in session
at their room today to further consider tbe
workhouse question. Friday, March G, being
tte close of the regular monthly meeting, has
been filed for a hearing of the protest to an
nexation of Lagondi school district to tbe
city. Representative Littler b&3 been re
quested to introduce and sewe p.iago in the
Legislature of a bill giving tbe County Com
missioners power to pay the fair ground pav
ing bill, mentioned elsewhere in an account
of doings of the county agriculture board.
A Globe-Repoblic reporter talked to
promiDeat Democrat in t bis city thismormng,
who is also a member of the Democratic Cen
tral Committee. He said thafr the Democrats
had taken no steps whatever toward the nom
ination of a ticket for the spring election;
tbat no meeting of the com
mittee had yet been beld and
would not be until Mayor Constantino gives
the signal. He said that although John
Kinnane is the chairman of the committee, he
will do nothing until Constant! ue says so.
He thought the committee would probably
not meet unliL after the Republican con
vention, for more tlan one reason, the
principal of which is tbat if Constantine has
any idea o! coming out again for Mayor, he
will want the meeting and convention late,
in order that the Republicans can have but
little time to blast bim. Mayor Constantine
will say nothing in regard to the election.
Motuer Stewart with tlie "ISoja."
Mother Stewart, by request and according
to appointment; addressed about twenty-five
of tbe newsboys and bootblacks of the city
yesterday afternoon in the lecture-room of
the Second Presbyterian church.
She took as the basis of her remarks the
passage, "There is a way that seemeth right
unto man, but the end thereof is death."
With her first words sae enlisted tbe atten
tion of ber hearers, and as she proceeded she
made her talk intensely interesting by intro
ducing her illustrated lecture which she calls
By mtans of this she very effectively ap
pealed to the feelings and hearts of tbe boys,
and we trust made lasting impressions on
The service was clo'ed by a unanimous
vote of thanks to Mother Stewart for her in-
retesting talk, and an invitation to come
again and often, and finally joined with her
in tbe recitation of (he Lud's Drajer.
Mr. Joseph Murihy is engaged to appear at
the Grand Opera House next Thursday even
ing in his popular phy 'Shann Uhue." Tbe
Brooklyn Eagle siys: "Shauu Rhne," in
which Mr. Joseph Murphy appeared last nijht
at the Park Theater before a large and de
lighted audience is ft much more interesting
piece than "Kerry Gow," its companion
drama. It has a stronger plot, contains more
of humor, is brighter in wit and dialogue,
and its situations and climaxes are more
thrilling and excilinrr. Mr."Murpby'i. imper
sonations of the dual role, of Larry Vonoian
and Shaun was thoroughly art stlc, his unitu
ous acting and quaint speeches awakening
the liveliest hilarity, while his singing of the
touching bullad "A Handful of Earth," drew
tears from many eye5.
The youthful minds at I'ossom will com
memorate Longfellow's birthday on tbe af
ternoon of tbe 27tb. All patrons of the
school and any peisans desirous of attending
ate cordially invite! to attend. The exer
cises will consist of song and the dcilaiming
of selections from the beloved poet and the
reading of a short sketch of his life and works,
by Abbot. The regular Friday afternoon ex-
-sn-iacs iau ra !.-mt uii.n lam, nucr
which they will again be resumed,
A report of the first two terms of the
school will appear soon.
Mr. Frost made a raid on Ibe ears, noses
and toes-es of som- of citizens during the
forepart of this week, and left the prints of
his teeth. Let us alone, jack.
Washington is fast growing in the esteem
of tourist', to be one of the most beautiful
capitals of the world, and the drift of literary
and fashionable people towards it, as a win
ter resort, is giving it a new social import
ance aside from its political interest. In line
with the new development is the growth ot a
domestic architecture tbat gives it much of
its external character. An interesting paper,
giving "A Glimpse of Some Washington
Homes," in their exterior and interior archi
tecture, has been prepared for Harper's Maga
zine by Mr. E. W. Lightner, and appears in
the March issue, now before us. Among the
homes illustrated are those of Senator
Pendleton, Justice Stanley Matthews, W. L.
Payne, and other notables.
The March Centnry will contain an article
on the Soudan, written by Gen. R. E. Colston,
formerly of the Confederate army, and later
on the general staff of the Egyptian army.
In the latter service he commanded two expe
ditions of exploration in the Soudan, traveling
on all the principal caravan routes, and
spending two years in the towns and among
the tribes which are frequently mentioned in
connection with El Mabdi's rebellion. Tbe
article will be illustrated with more than
twenty pictures. i
"The Brain of Man: its Architecture and
Requirements," is the title ot a paper which
Dr. A. L. Ranney, of New York, contributes
to the March Harper's, just received and for
sale at Pierce's. This is a thoroughly scien
tific, yet highly popular, presentation ot the
latest knowledge of the brain, which should
interest every one who has a brain. There is
nothing more marvelous than the recent
progress bt science in this direction, and a
nnmber of diagrams help to make clear to
the reader haw far scientists believe in the
localization of function, and to what extent
phrenology has a scientific basis.
Interesting Report by a New York Cler
gyman Peculiarities of Management
Xew Tor Post.
Rer. Dr. T. M. Puten, rector of St
Michael's church, in bis report to the Prison
association ot New Yoi k, of a visit to some
of tbe prisons of Japan during hU recent
journey around the world, said:
"The three prisons to which I was taken are
all in tho great capital city, Tokio, and, as
they contain different classes of convicts,
sufficed to giro a good idea of the general
manner of treatment of the Japanese crimi
nal. In the Japanese prisons, after the
deeping Usages ot the country, the prisoners
lie thick together in one-story buildings upon
mats covering tbe floor. The milJnes, and
docility of the Japanese, even when under a
long and e en lifetima sentence, are quite
past our conception. One would suppose
that, with such bodies of men confined
together in a wooden bmlding, violent out
breaks would be chromo and attempts at
prison-breaking frequent. On tha contrary,
disturbances and uprising are few, and any
thing like an insurrection one may say is
unknown. Tho only attempt at Tokioto
break jail in any numbers occurred some
years ago, when cholera made its appear
ance in the Denzu prison. A panic among
the convicts resulted in an atte nipt to escape,
seven only succeeding.
The third, the largest and most interest
ing of the prisons of Tokio, and called
Tsukudazima, is, like our own penitentiary,
upon an island near to the city, and reached
by boat. There were there at the time of
our visit 2,003 men and women and boys
undergoing sentence, a part for ten years
and the rest for shorter periods. Among
them were about seventy-five women, quite
a number of whom had their babies with
them. Mothers having infants are, if com
mitted to prison, permitted to retain them
up to the age of 3 years.
"A great variety ot occupations are plied
at the Tsukudazima prison, allowing the
possibility of employing all the prisoners
either for purposes connected with the
prison and government or in other ways.
tSome were engaged in making prison uni
forms, others in preparing uniforms for the
police. The rice used in the kitchen is
cleaned by band, or rather foot machinery,
and ground in hand mills. There were also
type-setting, printing, and book-binding.
Leather is cured by one gang and made into
shoes by another. A blacksmith's shop, a
factory for woodenware, painting on por
celain, and the manufacture of engines for
watering gardens and fields, supply work
for a portion of the men.
"The duTeient trades bore carried on
amount in number to twenty -seven. The
engine department I understood to be under
contract, the othors not. Seventy-five boys,
also under sentence, are distributed among
tbe adult workmen with the object of giving
them a trade which will be useful when
their tune is up. This disposition of the
boys was thought to be an advantage to
them. Each prisoner domj a good day's
labor recievej, as I was luiformed by the
officials, 3 cents for bis own allowances, and
7 cents more daily are credited to him, tha
accumulation being paid at lus discharge
Prisoners dlitinuishi.ig thom-olvoi by good
behavior wear a badga us a mirk of honor.
Toey se3in in jch p-ed at boing pointod
out as they pajJ by."
lit i xt t i tU.
(Wall Sj-et ni
SamuoL" suo sa.J, a. -hi u .daily look-el
up from her knitting, "ivu it l. tin, 'ero rail
road war 1 -ee rulei re I to in tbe p.ipjrsi''
"They've bin cuttin' down raU-s, llanner,"'
"Why, it's just this: S'po'wi Here were
four of us farmers a-haulm' gi uel from
Liverpool toBungtonn for so much a loid.
and half of us lyin' idlo half the time for
want of loadin'. I cut tho price down 5 cents
a load, an' the gravel begins to fly.
Kaybur Smith he cuts five lolow me, and
Johnson goes below him, and Tompkins gits
right down to haulm' fur nothm' an' fur
nistun' his own axle grea-eL It comes my
turn fur a drop, an' what do I do but offer
to haul gra el from Liverpool fur nothm,
an' load with stone from Bungtown on tha
"But you wouldn't mako anything."
"Exactly, Hannor -exactly. All I could
hope fur would be the benefits of leg exer
cise. All the railroads make out o' this is to
keep their side tracks clear fur fihoep past
ure." In tbe Kecllulnjj Chair Car.
An old farmer from Tazewell county came
aboard nn Uiraminc 1 rnln flirt rithar fin v nn 1
Happened to step into tue chair car.
'Now this beats 'em all," he remarked, as
he looked about him in astonishment. "I've
heerd tell on sleepiu' cars an' feedin' cars
and all them high-toned fixins, but this is
the first time I ever sot eyes on a shavin'
car. Say, young feller, whore's the bar
ber. I'm going up to Chicago to see my
darter Jane, an' I believe I'll git my h'ar
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Net Assets, January 1, 1834, t51.21S.S31 32
for premltms 14,707,437 42
For interest and renta, 2,777,229 57
Profit and lou 17,347 91 7,502,01190
Disbursed In 1S84.
For claims by death
and matured en
dowments 13,542,223 IS
Surplus returned to
policy-hrldeis.. - 1,153,C03 Si
Lapsed and surren
dered policies . 818,175 17
TOT'L TO rOLICT-UOLDXK.1, $5,5I2.30 63
Commissions to gtnts, Sal
aries, Sledlcal Examiners
fees, Print'g, Advertising,
Lssil, Beal Estate, and all
other Expenses - 53,269 05
Taxes 334,270 05
Bah.nck Net Assets, Dec. 31, 18S4-. 52,217,750 49
bchednle of Assets.
Loans upon Seal Estate, first lien fiJ7,0"6.M2 82
Loans upon Sticks and ltonds 283,000 00
Premium Notes on Policies in force 2,624,7 3 57
Cost ot real estate owned by the Co - 11,755,733 53
Costs of United States Registered
bonds 99,125 00
Cot of State and City bonds 2,239,684 53
Cost of other bonds. 7,216,558 70
Cest of Bank Stock 122,761 00
tost of Railroad Stock 26,000 CO
Cash in Bank 750.1 10 64
Balance due from Agents ...... .......... 3,320 60
Interest due and accrued (1,021,652 71
Kents accrued ... 18,777 03
Market value of stocks
aad bonds over cost.. 119.945 95
Net premiums in course of
Net deterred quarterly
and semi-auDual pre
miums ........ 51,906 73
- (1,212,282 42
Geoss Assets, December 31, 1884 $53,430,032 91
Amount required to re
insure all outstanding
policies, net, assuming
4 per cent, interest (48,418,419 00
Additional reserve bv
Company's Standard, 3
rer cent, on policies is
sued slice April 1, 1882. 73,834 00
All other liabilities . 815,955 34
Scepics by Company's Standard (4,121,824 57
Soeflcs by Conn. Standard, 4 per ct- 4,195,658 57
SoEi-r-is by N. Y. btandard,41' per
cenL,c--r. 7,300,000 00
Ratio ot expenses of management to re
ceipts in 1334 , 8,7 per Mnt.
tfalicies in force Dec
31.18&I. 62 9.11 In
JACOB I.. GBEEXE, President.
JOIR4 M. TAYXOIt. Vice President.
William S. Abbott, Secretary.
D.H. Wells, Actuary.
ROBERT H. KELLOGG,
GENERAL AGENT FOR OHIO,
Cor. Firtli nnd Walnut ts.,
r01S KhNT A Vr UY DrSlIt VBLEPROPERTY
T at tbe corporation line of city; suitable lor
gardenirir or tulmrban residence. Enquire aoon
at 30t. .Main street.
JO It UF.NT-LAliOE NEW FRAME HOUSE.
Kent low. Inquire of Thomas Sharpe.
JOB KENT LAKGE STOKEKOOM OS MAIN
F street. Rent low Inquire of Thoa. Sharpe.
I 0T A SMALL -LEF( LOVER DIAMOND
I J ear-ring The finderwillbe liberally reward
ed by leaving the same at St. James Hotel.
I CvT-A Pit. Wlm CRL-CENT SET. WITH
U five garrets and star, set with apearl, bangied
with a JiK gold piece, with monogram 1 V. v, cut
uir un ii ineuuuer will telluerallv rewarded
liv- leaving it at this offite 193 Lagouda avenue.
I J. VOSE.
I Oil o.N 1IKJI1 OK LIM1STONE STREETS,
Ii lias morning, one ur dauntlet Ulove, with
blue lining: right hand, hinder will le suitably
rjwarded ly leaving it at Lagouda IIous .
RELIABLE SELF CURE
A favorite prescription of one of the mote
noted and Clirrpsclnl t s-i-i-ilitro n ika, IT C
(now retired for the cure of ervoui llebllltr.
Lmt Manhood, TVnkne and Decay. Sent
in plain sealed envelope Free. Druggists can fill a.
Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
Billable Garden, Field and Flower Seeds.
1884 Cror. Ball 4 Florlata' Sn.aU...
Send for Catalogue and Special Prices. Conilgm
atata solicited and prompt returns tiveu.
CLARK A NETTLETON,
IED A COMMISSION MERCHANTS,,
Look out tor fieah green vegetables at
Choice bannanas at Morrow's.
Ask jour grocer for Diamond Light.
Fresh California salmon at Morrow'5.
Fresh mackerel at Morrow's.
Fre3h arrival of Florida oranges at Mor-
Pure sand-refined ciJer at Morrow's.
Fresh scallops at Eorrow's.
Ask jour crocer tor Diamond Light.
Fresh herring at Morrow's.
Fresh Maine smelts at Morrow's.
Ask jour grocer for Diamond Light.
Fresh pickerel at Morrow's.
Fresh hake at Morrow's.
Ask jour grocer for Diamond Light.
Fresh white fish at Morrow 's.
Fresh haddock at Morrow's.
Ask your grocer for Diamond Light.
Fresh Sounders at Morrow's.
Fresh cod at Morrow's.
WAf.TFD SO EOYs AhD OIKLSFROM 6 TO
1G years of agetoappearin fcilboa'a Cupid a)
Black's Up-ra Houe3alternoons and evening,
commencing Thursday. 1-ebruary loth. Apply at
the stage doorat 10 o clock a. m , Thurslay, Feb
WASTLD-TO r.l NT-I WISH TO KENT A
few acres f lose to town, wlih barn, water. Ac.,
suitable for kteping a few head of cattle Anyone
having smh a place wilt pleae addres A. is. C,
care letter-carrier io 6.
TTT ANTED OLD I RUN. COWER.
If zinc lea 1, rajs, rubber, bones, etc
cash. J. W.
Winter street, scrife-
II crochet ant make fine laces at home; pleas
ant and profitable, worLsentout of city. West
era Manufacturing Company, 215 State St, Chi
TTTANIED l.ADIE-i AND GENTLEMEN IN
II city or country to take light work at their
own homes, ti to 4 easily maie; work bent by
mail; no canvassing. We hare a gooI detnaud
for our work and inrnish steady employment.
Address, with stamp, Crown M'Fg Company,
294 Vine St, 1 inr innati, Ohio.
TIT ANTED TO BUY 2D II VND PIANOS AND
if organs, or uill sell on commission; 2 good In-
strumenis lor sate cneap on payments, u. J
ilorand, 56 hast oluinblastreet.
pOOD FAY iOUAUENTs. SlW TO M) PER
VJ momu mssues uing our uranu ifw uisiory,
Famous and DecMre Battles of the arid,
WriUtoJ.C.McLurdT A Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
) Tuesday X V-tne.lay Evening.
Kebruurj 17th aiil 18th, 188 j
GREAT ATTRACTION !
OfX'roYhlcnoc, XX. I.
An exhibition of single snd double fancy skating
by tne smallest scalers in int woriii,
Ethel and Edna Taber,
Fife and Eight Years of Age.
AUording a most noTel and cute entertainment.
GREAT PRIZE MASQUERADE
Occurs Friday, February CO.
Thurrtday. t rbruary IK,
For Olio IS'lKlit Only I
The Distinguished Irish Comedian and Vocalist,
Supported by Ills Own
Powerful Dramatic Co.
Including the gifted young leading actress,
3X1hh Belle 3XelA-ille,
Who will appear In the great Companion Drama,
by Fred. Marsden, Author of "Kerry Gow,"
Introducing Mr. Murphy's wonderfully successful
song, "A llaniful of Earth
Reserred Seats can be had at Carter's Cigar Store
now. Secure same at once.
MAYOR James oler will be a candidate
for Mayor, subjeH to the decision of the
Kepubltcan nominating Convention to be held
MAYOR-Tho name of James P. Good
win will be presented to the Springfield
i epublican con re at lou fur nomination as candi
d ate for Mayor.
MA t OR Amos Wotfe ill be a can tUate for
Mayor, subject to the decision of the Republi
can nominating convention, to be hitd Wednes
day February 5
MAYOR R. F. Harward will be a candi
date for the nomination of flavor, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican Convention
to be held edne:dayt February 25, b
CITY SOLI ITOR-Mlchael 0'eill, Jr., wi I
beaewndidate fur the nomin tion of uy
lienor, subject to the act Ion of the Republican city
convention, to be held Wednesday, February 5,
CITY bOLICITOR-tWUIam M. Roctel, Esq,
is a candi late for City solicitor, subject to the
decision of the Republican City Convention to be
held I-ebruarT '25, 1S5.
CITYbOLICnOR-O. L. Bogle will be a can
didate for the nomination of Citv Solicitor,
subject to the decision of the Re, ullictn conten
tion, to be held elites lay, 1-ebruary 25, U5.
CITY SOLU ITOR-A. N. cummers will be a
candidate for the nomination of Citv s.,iintr.r
subject to the de iston of the KepiitH an co Ten
tion, to be held Wednesday, February i, Ifc.
CITY OLIClTOR-Chase Stewart will be a
candidate for the nomination of ity -Solicitor,,
subject to the deciMou uf the Ltepublicm couv o
tiou, to be lit Id Uednesdaj, February 25, lsi'i.
MARSHAL-Win. II Hughe- will be a candi
date for City Marshal, subject to the decision
of the Republican nom Willing convention.
MAKallAL-Jas. a tlier will be a c.nJidate
for Marshal, subject to the decision of the Re
publican nominating con Tcution.
ClITY MAKsIlAL-J. L. KiJJer is a can 11-
date for City Marshal, subject to the decision
of toe Republican dominating iouventlon.
SlBrtr 0)lMISIci.NbU-Jerry Murphy will
be a candidato furStreet Commissioner, subject
to the decision of tbs Kepu Ikan nominating
SIKKbT UMMLIUM.U-Joshua M. Smith
(carpenter) will be a candidate for Street Com
missioner, subject to the decision of tha l;niii.H.
can nomnatin convention.
STKEET COM JIIS-ilO.N Lit-Howard B Hansel!
will be a candidate for Street Commissioner
subject to the decision of the Bepublican CltT
Convention, February 25. '
T. M. GUGENHEIM.
I Ottoman Circular $60, reduced to $35; I Ottoman Dol
man, Siberian Squirrel Lining, Pointed Beaver Trimming $85,
reduced to $30; I Ottoman New Market, Beaver Trimmed,
$75. ret'ueed to $45; I Cardinal Plush Opera $60, reduced
to $25; I Seal Plush Dolman $85, reduced to $55; I Velvet
and Lynx Dolman $125, reduced to $75; I Uncut Silk,
Beaver Trimmed $150, reduced to $90; Robes, Gloves and
Fur Trimming, correspondingly. Special prices on Seal
T. M. GUGENHEIM,
25 SOUTH LIMESTONE
KID GLOVE CLEANER!
Best in the world.
Costs but Ten Cents,
AD. B AKHATJS C CO.,
Wo. S3 Bast
iHk.X LjO iS7
Invite inspection of
31 EAST MAIN ST.
PIMLOTT I COAL
90 South Market street.
t,. j. esick:e3-y,
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop.
Repairs on all UmWof Machinery done en ehort notice. Srecial atteitfca
sriren foreperson Stationary nnd Farm Engines, Mill Work, GeariEjr Mattlar,
Hangcre, l'ullejs and Experimental a chin cry of ail description. BlackuBiItJi
hi, etc. V irk promptly attended to, prices reftonable. and satisfaction rur
anteed. Office ami TTorks, 6 and C8 East Washington Mrcet, Springfield, Otfe,
Telephone No. 316.
Diamond, Watch en, Artistic Jewelry. Clocks, Sterling Silverwares, Bronxes, Euro
pean and Japanese Fancy Goads, American Uectro Mirer Plated Table Wares.
DUHME & CO.,
FOURTH AND WALNUT,
Manufacturers and Importers, Wholesale
and Retail Dealers.
DUHME A f O. Import Diamonds and mount them in the most approved manner; manufacture
Solid Cold Jewelry. (Jffd and Silver WiUh C-es,Sie tacles, Maronic Charms d King.
PLIIM1? H import fine Swia Watches, Freni h t locXs, Bronzes and European t ancy Goods,
and srdeahrsin -LI reputal-1- brands of watriies made in the United states.
DllIMK A CO.'a manufacture of Sterllngsilter Tablewares are
ST1PE0 ID GHEED 825
DUIIMKalCO are among the fen-prominent manufictnrers of Sterling SHrerwarts in the
Untied Mates who do uot produce rolled or machine-made wares, their entire iroduct being Iun
niad. hifid-ensraed and baud-burnished, by which croctsafsonly aie the best results realized.
DUIIMH A tO. manufacture lourUen et)Iei of Spoons and Forks and complete lines of larger
pieces. nests of B.lrer const Uly in toik or male to order.
'Hip hmiM-of I.U1IME A CO , in its facilities for nunufkcturmtr, importing, and in its Wholesale
snd l.etall lepartmeuts, pi events 'combination to be fund in no other city on the continent; and,
located as it is, at tho center of population of tho IJuited states, attracts attention in all directions.
Order and Iuiulries by Mail Keceive l'rouipt Attention.
To the Citizens of Springfield and Vicinity:
DUHME & CO. wish to announce that they have at no tine au
thorized any one to sell their goods on commission. Those repre
senting themselves as Agents of the house may be regarded as im
postors, and the house will in no
applied and cleans effectually.
removes grease spots from silks,
S3 York street. SS West Main street. 40 East Main
- 1000 FINE
The Standard for Eng
manner be responsible fer their acta.