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Mr. A. l Htwllt, onn of Madlsan county's
Uunch buslnraa men, Is In the city.
Mr. Tunnthlll, living ut 75 Norlli Market
trect, bntl all the money which was in her
pock-book stolen last night. The sum was
quite large and Is a tevero loss to the lady.
A doublo team ran away with a spring
on Main strict this noon. The wagon struck
a post at Spring street and was wrecked. Tho
team kept on with tho p le, dashing out
West Main street.
MAWUF.n I'ayne-Uhoderlck! On Wednes
day evening, tho 22d Inst., at the residence of
the bride's parents, on Chestnut avenue, by
Kev. D. W. Smith, Mr. William F. l'ayne to
Miss Hattle 1). Uhoderick, both of this city.
Ore. llatterson and Welsh, this morning,
removed a large fatty tumor from John
Welsh, of South Mechanic street. The ope
ration was succcislully performed, and the
patient Is In a fair way tor a quick recovery.
Archbishop Klder has appointed Kev. Dan
iel Iluckley, a recently ordained priest, as
sistant pastor of St. Raphael's Church, this
city, lu place of Iter. Wm. Conway, who has
teen transferred to the Church of tho As
sumption, Walnut Hills, as assistant to Rev.
A Columbus special to the Uoqnirer
says that Charlie Constantino is now willing
to bo Collector of Internal Revenue for the
Klevi nth District. A petition aklng his ap.
pointment has been circulated and signed by
most of the Democrats In the Legislature. The
Collector of Internal Revenue Is the most po
tent political oflice in the State, and with the
Democrats lu these oflices and the subordinate
positions there will be a marked falling oft of
Republican Influences in certain quarters.
The ladies of the Methodist Protestant
church have secured the services of Master
M. 1). Morrow, ot this city, to give an enter
tainment ol select recitations on Tuesday
evening of next week, April 28, In their
cbutch on Pleasant street. Master Morrow
Is quite a youth, and is styled by many "The
Boy Orator." He has a well selected pro
gramme for the above occasion and will not
fail to entertain these vilio may be able to at
tend. Appropriate music will accompany his
recitations. 10 cents admission at the door.
Wm. tibaw, the well known foteman of the
foundry at the Engine and Thresher works
on Warier street, last evening went into the
loft of the stable, rear of the oflice buildlug,
for some seed. Stepping into n hole in tho
floor he fell to the ground below, striking
bis side and hick across a box. He was able
to walk to his house, on Market street, be
tween Columbia and Xortb, but is today con
fined to bis bed from bis injuries, internal and
external, under the care of Dr. Rodgers, and
is liable to be kept in close quarters some
Friday evening bbout 7 o'clock some chil
dren were playing on East Main sac 1 near
Spring, when a man came along In a wagon
and ran over three ot the children, injuring
Lizzie Lysaght, about eight years old, who
lives at 12C East Main. Dr. Reade was called
and on examination found that the horse had
stepped on her thigh, tearing through the
skin and flesh. She also bad her ankle
sprained. Xone of the other children were
seriously injured. Who was the dnverof the
wagon is not known.
The entertainment given by the Ltdie'
Sewing Society in the interest of Snow Kill
Union Chapel, at the residence of Mr. Norman
Gove, last evening, was a decided success.
The literary aud musical programme, consist
ing of declamations, recitations, dialogues,
readings, songs, and instrumental duets, was
well rendered, and all who took part deserve
praise lor the manner in which they acquitted
themselves. The committee arc under obli
gations to Mrs. Davidson for her assistance in
the musical programme. The Xew England
supper was very inviting, and all who par
took have doubtless concluded that they who
live to eat live not in vain If their lot be cast
la Snow Hill district. The costumes of the
waiters were beautiful and becoming. After
supper, of which about eighty partook, the
company was pleasantly entertained with lo-
Btrumental music by the Misses Becker,
Malin and Chainpane.
The Springfield Phrenological Society met
nt the residence of Mr. Reed, ou Pleasant
street, last evening, and an interesting session
Character delineations were made by
Messrs. XetU and Mills, from the beads of
"Does mental science and ethics, from a
phrenological standpoint, lead to material
ism?" too topic for the evening's dUcusiion,
was opened by Mr. Mills, who concisely de
fined the subject. The discussion proper
was then taken up and discussed pro and con
by Messrs. Tlbbits, Croivell, Van Sickle, Xetts
and others. It was quite animated and lasted
until a lute hour.
The promoters of phrenology, without ex
ception, Combe, Spurzheim, the Fowlers, far
from reconciling phrenology with material
ism, advocate the doctrine diametrically
opposed to It.
The Thieves' Carnival.
S. B, Bilglum's baiber shop, on East Pleas
ant, near Yoik street, was entered by a
burglar through a rear window last night.
This morning seven razors, two pairs ot clip
pers, pile ot clean towels and other tonsorial
apparatus are missing, Frank Collins's gro
cery, next to Biigbam'8, was entered probably
at the same time and by the tame operators,
who carried off five full boies of cigars
and some partly filled, a box af
tobaccco, some licorice, lot of candy and such
other portable luxuries of that sort as setm to
hive tome handy, altogetheramountlng to sev
eral dollars In value. 'There are no suspicions
yet as to tb thief or thieves.
A young fellow named James Barndoller,
who has bcjn stopping at Tannehill's boarding
bouse on North Market street, jumped the
town, for Columbus, today, and Mrs. Tanne-
blll reports the simultaneous disappearance of
i.S belonging to ber. Barndoller bails
from Latrobe, l'ruu.
Careless ttluuglitar uf Iiiuocente.
Ancient massacres of defenseless young could
hardly surpase the careless sacrifice ol innocent
youth now. Keedless uegloit olteo devclous a
llgtil cold Into malignant diphtheria or tcarlet
fever, and the Touthiul sufferer la lost, where a
woaipt.a&d thoughtful use of Jivrrr'a Flhk
IUlt WNUKcr would suielybam tared and re
tared a happy Ufa This la ilia beat possible rtiat
djr to. successfully meet diseases that woik so
quickly, and a au,plr should always ba kapt at
baud lor ready ute, Trice II per large bottl of
any reliable gracar or drugglat.
The attention of parents is invitel to a full line of Button Shoes for youths, made
of best calf, with heavy soles, and having Glovo Kid Tops of extra length, being
about four buttons higher than the ordinary high top shoes, with worked button
holes and in all respects of first-class custom-make, just received. This is the best
and most substantial shoe for youths ws have ever shown It is very dressy and
stylish and will stand almost any amount of hard wear. Parents will find
that this shoe meets all the requirements of a model shoe. Do not fail to see them
lleuinlulnp; lu the Sprlnglleld (Ohio) Tost
oltlce, April MO, 188.-,.
Agent Common SenseKelly, Henry
Bed Co. Kernes, Mrs D D
Ilrlce, Sarah Jane Kelly, Mrs Oeorge
Butler, Mrs S J. King, MUs Nellie
Bauer, Miss Annie S Koinlocker
Belmont, A G Llnnamen, Wm
Bungard, George Little, Miss Lulu
Brush, J L Manns, Sarah
Bayard, Mis Mary McClaite, W W, care
liensley, Mrs Harriet P M Kelly
Balrd, J M McCormick, J 11
Brown, J M Mitchell, J
Uaun, Matthias Martin, Nathaniel
Butler, Miss Dora Miller, 11 0, 17J W Co
Bushnell, Lew lumbla
Clair, John H Miunich, Miss Clara
Carl, W IS Nutting, Charley
Caine, Minnie Nukis, Miss Florence
Corgan, James Parker, Mts Nora
Catupill, John S, iu-Powers, Maurice
gar Grove Powets, Vinton
Capelaud, Misi AgneiRuscll, Mrs Laura S
Deulinger, J L liuds, Japbos
Uwyer, Frank Rjan, Chnrlis
Dor-ey, Chas U gers, Miss Berta
Eberlein, Fred Simmons, Daniel
Flanery, Samuel Sanders, F M
FarranJ, Z S Stanton, 0 II
Given, Miss M E. Stenart, Mis Mary
Gnthth, G 0 Sion, Mrs Djro
Hammond, Sylvia (.tjSnider, Ida II
Hamilton, Vincent Schwab, Thersia
Hai w jod, J W St'o-wg k Titus
Hearrd, Miss Liz ie Sluan, T A
Holdten, Frank, llSTomes, Mis Eliza
State st TebbMts, K
Haling, Miss Ella Vincent, J K
Hamond, Chas Wilkinson, W H
Heaton, .Miss Jennie Wo d, J D
Hill, Jnmes (2) William', Harry II
Jants, Charley Wiison, Andy,
knder, Miss Irraa Wilson, Mrs Beckj,
Misylle, Mei', Smith, Anna
Persons calllni; for these letters will ideas?
say "advcrtied," aud give date ot list. If not
called for lu one month tbey will he s'nt to
the Dead Letter Umic.
Letters must be directed to street and num
ber in order to 1 ave them promptly and cor
Ja Johxsov, "r P M
Ohio I eglfflacurc.
Columbus, April 2 j. -The Jfjcr-Llttln
Imestlgatlng committee lias agiml upon I
reiort. IlannoniQin action was arrived at
at jestcrdaj's conference, and the fne mem
bers of the committal signed the report
The report makes no recommendation what
ever. It simply citts that tlio comnilttw
finds Allen 0. 31ers guilty of breaking m
the session of the Committee ot thoVvliol
by his unparliamentary conduct, and ol
using unparliamentary language on tho flooi
of the House.
.Judge Littler is found guilty of having
left his seat to commit a jiersonal assault on
Mers, but the reiKirt ayiologises for bis con
duct ou the ground that ho was laborliu;
under extreme exclti ment duo to the oppro
brious language used toward him by the
member from Franklin.
Bruco's anti-bucket shop bill has become 'a
An election registration bill for Cincin
nati and CIe eland has passed the Senate.
Mooney's bill to allow tho State Inspector
of Shops and Factories three deputies passed
Attempt to Wreck 1'ansenger Tralna.
Detiwit, April 25. Unknown miscreants
placed several ralltoad ties on the track of
the Lake Shore Jlallro-ul Just outside of this
city jesterday morning, causing tno passen
ger train which left hero at 7:30 a. m., to
jump the track. No Injury was done ex
cept to the locomotive, but the train was de
layed over an hour. About the sinio time
obstructions were placed on the track of tho
Hay City Jtoad, which runs alongside the
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern at this
sjwt, but they were discovered and removed
before any train passed. Railroad officials
are Investigating tho matter.
Mttle Girl Uurneil to Death.
Bukpai.0, April 25. About five o'clock
Thursday evening, Christopher Schvvlnger,
a prominent citUen of Tonawanda, set fire
to a large mass of rubbish In front of lils
house. A number of children gathered
about, among them Floia Hay, aged eleven
j ears. Shu ventured too near, and her dress
caught fire. A bucket of water was quickly
thrown upon her, but she was burned to a
crisp on the left side; she died in a few
Heavy hnow Storm .'100 Head of Cattla
Di:.sveb, Col., April 35. Reports from
mountain towns within a radius of fifty
miles of this city, Just arriving, report the
recent snowfall the heaviest for eighteen
j ears. The Colorado Central Hallway was
blockaded and Is Just beginning to get trains
through. Some damage Is rejioited by the
crushing of light buildings. It Is reported
that about 300 cattle drifted Into a hole
north of Fort Collins and perished.
New Vouk, April 2"i. There were 108
failures in tho United States reported during
the week against 100 in the preceding week,
and 104, 180 and 105 In the corresponding
necks of 1S$1, 18X3 and 1682, respectively.
James W. Crossley, dealer In carU and
furniture, Nos. 710 Stnd 7-TJ Broadway, made
an assignment yesterday, giving pieferences
for $13,915. The total liablltles are about
$73,000; nominal assets $55,000 and actual
The Northern Kicking Association, of
Delta, Pa., lias failed. It was an assocla
Hon of fanners who wero engaged In can
ning and had an authorized capital of $500,
000, of which $80,000 w.ii paid In. The
liabilities will probably exceed the assets by
Akjmw, 0., April 25. Two Akron firms
assigned. C. JL. Boone & Co., news deal
era, assets $4,000, liabilities something less,
ami TeterN. Maynard, liveryman, liabilities
about $8.000. covered by assets.
Claarette imokeiM wLoare wiuinc t r. . inn-
mo- than the price chatd lor tUaordinarr Inula
ciaarette, will find Ilia ItUlimond rHralubt lut
I IjfanttM far auparlar to any olhen.
The Explosion tho Solo Topio of Discna
Blon and the Outraga is Denounced
in Strong Terras.
Stormy DNeiisvloii In th llouxe ot Com
liiotm Owr the ItcKUtrntlon ltlll
l'remli Comul at Cairo lie-
iuiiikN III l'asiprt.
no ci.un to the rnitpr.TitATOiis.
Lomioy, April 25 Tho police have not.
im jet, Mtccei dtd in obtaining the slightest
clue to tho mlscieants who plated tho explo
sive in the Admiralty oflice. Tlieiu have
been no new developments. Mr. t-vvaliison,
the Assistant bectetarj, continues to lnt
prove, aud bis plijsiel.tns mo now of the
belief that lie will recover. Abttong gu.ud
of polite and niilitarj Is still on duty lu the
lclnlty of tho building, and no ono is al
lowed to enter without a penult from the
proper authorities. The oflli ials say tint II
will take months to lepiii the damage done,
and will greatlv inconvenience and Impede
the official business.
All the books and pacrs hive been re
moved from the wrecked offices and after
photogr.iphs.no made of tho rutnsnlirge
forw of men will be put at woik at once to
repair the damages, 'llie theoiles of the
deteetlves aro eimllicting. Many bdieve
that tho explodon was the result of private
millce, while others think that It was the
work of dynamiter The explosion Is the
solo topic of discussion and the outrage Is
denounced Instioiu terms.
Bight Him. John N.nsli, Attorney Central
for Ireland, has been npi)lnted Lend Chan
cellor of Ireland, vice Bight Hon. SlrlM
ward Sullivan, deceased.
Official Indian dispatches leeeived jester
day contain reiterations on tho part of the
Ameer of Afghanistan to the effetttlial lit
believes himself fully competent to defend
Herat against tlie ltussians without the as
bisl.tiieti of elllie r liiitisli engineer officers or
a lighting Kuglish (ontingeut
'1 here was a stormy discussion In the House
of Commons last evening over the Govern
ment's bill for tho registration of voteis In
Ireland. Mr. John 1'lillip N'olnu, Liberal
Home ltulo member for CouTity fialwny,
moved that the charges ot such registration
bo defrajesl by the Government and not out
of local sales.
Mr. (il.uMone opposed the motion with
great warmth and dievv a glootnj iiitturo of
the possible result of sucli action, wlileli
would bo certain to srreatlj nutrmeiit the e
pcn- of carry ing uut tho pioposi il me usiire
lion. Hugh C. Cluldeis, f'lutictllor of
tho Kxchcnui r, also oppos 'dtlie motluii, and
piopljfsitd that Us ellect would bo to add
8050.000 to the animal burden of tho tax
Mr. Nolan made a violent reply lu sup
port of his motion, and el limed to have e
ixtMtl the onerous tlTett which the mt.isuro
woull have upon the Irisii people.
After a lively running debate, In which
most of tho liisli liM'inbus took part, the
motion was adopted bj a vote of sixty-two
Mr. Gladstone then said that lu xlew of
tho result of the vote It would bo necessary
for the Government to lousnler their future
course In legard to he bill, and Its further
discussion was dropped.
The smallness of the vote deprives the
Government's defeat of any gieat signifi
cance, but it is believed that tho Begistra
tion bill will not bo brought forward ugaln
at this session.
Advices by mall from Sir P( ter I.uinsden
at Tirpul, states that the recui heavy floods
have interrupted all communication vl.
India, but tho weather Is now flue. sIi
l'eter's party ate all In gooel health. The
telegraph lkiu between Meslid and Titpul Is
French transports, having on Ixiard over
4,000 troops, an iviil at Suez on tho 24th
and received orders to remain.
The fortifications of the Dardanelles arc
being rep died, evidently vith gieat haste.
BhiF.vsr, April 25. Tho I'rhico and
Princess of Wales landed ji&lerdaj morning
from the royal jacht Osborne, on which
tlicp iiased tho night. The weather wat
slonny, a heavy rain falling, but It did not
deter the people tiom turning out In force.
Tho streets w i re ciuvveltd at an e.uly hour
and the ltrs in tlio vicuilt) of the landing
place were packed with jieople. The partj
disembarked amidst the booin'ng of cannon,
the playing of National airs by niiiiiciou
binds and tlio plaudits ! tho multitude.
On landing tho patty was met bj the cilj
othclals and a strong fun it of lnllluiij ami
police. They liimiedlatelj (iiteied tho cai
riages and were tvotted to tlio Government
bouse. The gi eatest enthusiasm prevailed
all along the mute.
Caiiio, April 25 M. H.uieie, tho From h
Consul Geneial In tills eitj etHist upon tin
Khedive and Nub u l'.i-dia, the Bgvplian
Minister of Foreign Affairs ju-derday and
deiiianded his passant. Hu stated in cx
plauatlou that his Gov rrniiient liad lusli ucti l
liimtosaj that It cin-lileiul all leplies
made to Its demands for the rehabilitation
of the JloHfiliorc Jsniiitlen not only unsatis
factory, but InijicrtiiiPiit, and that he hail
been directed to sever official lelations with
F.gjpt. M. Banc to fin tliert.liite.il Unit hl
Government had also lnstiiicteil him lo au
nouiito that beiaiise of the .iibltiory action
of tho Kgjptlm (jitveriiiueiit in refusing lei
satisfactorily epl i'n Its ai'timi In sujs
jire-sslng tin- lijiiioic-.ffljjf7i n or making
any repatatloii tlurefur, I'laiue would no'
sanction tho convention lately agreed ujuir
by the powers with reg.udto Bgypllanlinin
eial atfalrs. The Consul, on meelvilij
his pass)irt, at once started for Alexandtij
to emb.uk for Franee.
Lord Granville lias telegraphed lo Mr L
Baring, dlplouutlo ngcul of (m.il Britain a1
Caho, to support ubar 1'aslu to tho 1111110
in his refusal to grant the I'n licit (It m list'
for leparalion In the matter of tho seizinc
of tlit) Journal UdhjiIiiiil Vumitlcn.
Vien.ma, April 25. Information Is re
celved from St. relorslmrg that tho t'ouncl
of tho Knijilro lias W11 asked to authorUe
an extraotdinary credit of 25,000,000 rouble
(aliout $20,000,000) for strengthening the
navy. Naval circles aro at fevei-heat nvei
the reported presfiien of British lion-el.uli
In tho luiincdlato vicinity of Vladlvostock
Boviiiav, April 25. Bangoon, tho capl
tal of Ilrltisli Biitnian, nt tho mouth of tin
Jrawaddy Blver, Is being strongly fortllle.il.
Steam launches fittee I vvitli torpedoes nrosla
tinned In the harbor nml guns have also b'-ec
mounted to guard tliuehatiuels ot thoiivrr.
The naval authorities at Bombay are 011 the
lookout for llvo Jtiisnlaii prulsers which wen
rt'iHiitedas passing Adtui I.Lst week. t)n
their npjicaiaucu In these waters they will
bo closely followed up by the UrltUh wai
PS m m &&"& fcsj n
Mrre. Aincllii i;eali4 11ml Cater VVpiiite t
Vmiuel Until l,ft(keil In One Anothrr'i
Anna llie lliisbinel mitt ie Sorvnnt Ar
rsted tor tho ('riiiee.
New Out bass. La., Aprll25. Yestetehj
morning when a seivatit teached tlio hou-c
of William Evans, it private dcti'cflve, .11
No. 140 Orange Sttist, she discovered the
building locked. Susjuellng something
wrong tho police vveio notified and bioki
open the door. On a lied weie dlscoveied
the bodies of Mrs. Amelia I'.vnus and Cas
per Wenger, a eletk, each with n bullcl
throuh tho left temple ftoin whlelt the
brnlii' piotnuleil. Both vvdii In thelt nlshl
clotlies and losped III each olhei's arms.
Beside tho bodies vveio one small and two
lirge CoU's tevolveis. Tlitiowasno evi
dence of the hast slrmjgle and eleitli
must have been InstnntJiitsnis. While tho
police weie looking nt llie bodies Bvans
came In Win 11 tskesl If that was his ri-sl-dence'
ho cimiIIj lejillesl that it was, ami tint
the woman was Ills wife, lie said that ho
knew nothing of the matter, but that lie bail
discern red the bodies Just nstliev weiowheu
he tame home in the morning from lilsbe.it.
He then Immediate! lucked up the house
ami went and got his lucikfast nt tho mar
ket, after which he put 11 man on his beat
ami elelcrmiiKil to notify the police. Kvans
was pi rfectly ealm and IndlfTeieiit. Hewas
mi-ested, and will bu charged 'With the
L.vn n Examination of the room where
lho killing occuired and an Intel view with
Mirj Miller, a servant, Itsl to tho lattei's
nrvst. It seem Wenger w as tho lover of
Jl iry, who some time ago discovered his
111 imaey with JIis. Lvans. Sho claims she
to d no one of this, but tlio supposition is
tb it she Informed F.vans when lie r reeie.int
lo ei next visited her house and that ho did
M'try s.ijs Kvans came homo aliout seven
o'clock in tlio morning, went to his wife's
room and returning pi teed his nine-months'
old child 111 litr nrms and left tho premises
hhe kept the child quii t until twelve o'clock
when tlio police bioke open tho doors. She
never heard the pistol shot
Examination of the pistols In tlio bod de
ve!oMd the fact that the'y were not used In
the killing, but bad been placed there fot
protection of the guilty pair against hus
band 01 any other Intruder.
Search for tlio wi njion of death was Inst!
tided, and the officers discovered three more
revolvers and a rifle in tlio girl Marj'sronm
erne of the revolvers showing th it two of tlit
chamls'is bad lecently bvn discharged, It
which the falal bullets fitted.
Mrs Evans wis a fortune-teller fonnerlj
in New Yoik, where sho married her bus
Kmly Serviut or .lolin ll'iriui j,Mt.
CutcAoo, Ajiril 25.- Jeiome Clark, better
known as -Ninirod, the Mighty Hunter,"
a eoloied man, was found dead in his bed at
tho Bethel Home jcMeiday. Whisky is
ascribed as the cau-o of his death. Clark
dming the early part of the lato unpleasant
nesswasn IkmIj servant of John Morgan
the noted giuillla, mid when captured joined
the I'liiou ami nml fought with them until
lie was honorably dlsch treed
P REFERRED NOTICES.
There has been rd advnnca in price of
"GjIJcii I Irne' 11 jur. Notice pntej in ud-verli-emdit
on ( ur h pnKe.
Tlie rt uf 11 Hume.
llr T. J. Thomas, the foremost hora'-shoer
in tbf city, wtio'e will-equipptd and orderly
fhop U on tVnlnut al ej, rear of Centred
Mnrktt lie u'e, I oe for jcara made a spicial
study ot the foot ol the hore, and Ims shoes
prqurtd ami udj islcd lo suit Ihn leculinr rt
(uircrrjenis 0' em h i-.ifc. I'lirticular cure with
lane h rys, rots, nuk. borfea and hrs 9
hntiinerere .Mr. Thorn h h n fue work,
ninii liimself ni,d employs only lirst-cluis
Driiwinj; Mid am i' g tnunhtby M. Die -a,i
at htr sloeiio, room 29 litch(ll bloek
lnt J 1110 tu Jii u Vorlt.
Unilei the tin-dull' en I'an Ilnndle I'jil-
wsy, Hkn ttl ct April 5'h, h new (nit train
e placed in service btjvucu Cii.cinnaii and
New York, wi h direct cuimecllon Irom
Sprintflild, luaTiac; here tit 8 10 h. m , nr
r vinix ri New York s n m. next day.
I'mvcigeri can Ii) leivo hprmplield at
M p m., makiuf; immedin'e connection at
Xei m nub the erlcbrated Day Kxprcw,
iimnnp nt New Yurk u-IO p m , or with ihe
lorn- us Mmlieii," urrlvinx at New Yu k C.S5
p. rn. next dij.
I'ollman'ij Drawint' Kootn Sleeping Cars
run through from Ciuclointi to Nct York on
all trains named above, and ncconimoilallons
will be rescm d by leh graph upon oplita
(ionloJ M Ilinc, Titket Ai;eniran Hand'e
Itoutc, Siirinfirftld, 0.
The HomeMteam Leeindry is doing its fine
work as tan be done anywhere. Give them
a ell and be convinced, llooda delicered
ti e. Telephone No. 138. Works corner
l' iiUr nod GVInmbin s neis, Olhces: No.37
liist Main Bttcef, S. leuliercet's cigar stand j
N . 39 Arcade, Cummin's news stand,
I lie nprlngtlelil stciiiu l) VV'iirUn
D cs nil kiodeot dyelnfr, cleanloj.' and rctnir
"tfoi Lndics' and (lenllemeii's Wear.
Feather ldi lenovnted and lace curtains
cIcauHnnd Mjeweel hi tbeSiirlnfiim fcleam
fJe Wi.tk-t, 21 Ncrth Center S . Remember
all wi rk is warranted M A. Inuuj.
llenl.lne, C, C, (3. .V I..N..lIe,
TI e I ei m pular excursior. te-r New Orleiers
and ill ExMMiiion will leave s-'prinfilield on
Thur-dnv, April SJ, at 1 -IS p. In . ami run
ihioujth inrcclli iDgihnlrs nnd shepliiff (un
vU Qui en rd C'rettentruuie without (liange.
D. Jav Collvcr, iatei,fer egent, Cleveland,
O, will go through with the party, mid he
li nude eperial ariftucements lor redmed
raiea at eatlntt h.uscs enrouie, also nt hotels
while 111 New (H.iins. Ibid Is Mr, Collier's
t orih i.paudlie is now thoroughly ac
qiinioinl wilu n 1 point! ot Interest mruute,
alto in and around tbe Crereent City, lie
ill make the trip very Inte-rtsilujr to all who
in Tie ktt will allow l u( a at any pulnt
khI' K wlililn ten dsis. K-ete. $25 10, K00,J
r lu days wiiha rebiteof t5 If Mingcr
re urns within 20 days. Only $2 additlotial
'i.r seat in tho chair tar for Ihe round trip.
T Is li p kitivcly the last excursion. Sttiue
your lltkru lajidvan(C and get jour tlinlr
cr teals rtftivtri). It will ho n very pleiusnt
and cbtap tilp. For lUkets and lull Infor
mailon call at tho llie Line office.
O. II. Kniuiit, Agent.
&W O. alMjlMssMQl MX
APRIL 2b lBflfi
Corcutko ny riu. V. I'atntkr A Co ,
tit ami 1)3 Win Mrln Strfd.
Dally rrfiiort-Satuutiy, April 21, ISi5.
Pltteb Keill aiiiiptj , rlioltei Wa25.
lima 1 nil siippty at !2Jtc cr ilur,
1'ouiihv elowl ili'uiand, ihkki'in, jounj, 2Ca
StX't oM, iRVcriicli.
ArrLKS-m fHi.it 80 pir Inuh.
I'ihatois T'e rr hneb.
SWKhT l'llTeiOkN None.
((.NloNS t?(arie, fiOc per iHck,
isalt siiow-tlako brand, Jl.'il per bU
Coai. OiL10Al6a20ci!r Rll.
-iiiAR-ceKMiMKeTs Sides, 0c; ahunlden, 10
si 11 vKs A Hre demand nod prices low ; gran
ulnli'.l, (,'icii'r lb; "A"hllo, (Jo ir lb; extra
C llBht, 6Hc per lb, yellow t, fHc ir lb; C, frc
CovtvPh Maikf lower, Jiva, 20n30c per lbj
Illo, golden. 18a 0 per lbs Hlo, iirlino green, 12J.,a
ltVporlh! lllo.-c union, 10c sr lb.
8v nti'8 eonc70c per nal.
iIoi.Ashss,e tiile ms, GOaSOo icrKa1,eorghain
6Pc per gal
Kick Hct Unreillna, 6Jc per lb.
Dkiku Ari'Lkrt S 1-l por lb.
Hkikii rKAcm.s i2Uc per lb
Ciuckkns Srnrccc; Uressud,Sn-il(c null.
Ter.KKs-i5cari': ue pr lb.
Uuess 82 753 SO ir doz.
FIno washed, '2Sa10o, uuwasbed, 'iofl.
I'Aisifis-New l(ial2Kc r lb,
Curranis e 7)4cpei lb.
' Vrri.i8 Ncwsjjiopo lb
.J-Aail-10ar2c per iHiuud.
, VNK N -r 7Hrwr 111
SioSj. W'Alih-f1 ,e 1 or gallon
T. J. THQffSAS
NEW YORK HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
Wa mil lley rear Central Market lloum
PpcriHl c n w ill lame borwi colli, tra k hones
lair, y i Jt nt mtirf 1 ami ihoe lnmif ii'cu lar
HANCC & CO.
Men's WoiKIiij,' Mines SOc lo $1; JIuu'h
I'.aK. Congress nntl Ilnllon X.2: to
i-2; Men's nlf Itools ,il.2.i to .S:i..-0;
11 Jul lot .lien's Ui:.MIi: 1IA.VI)
MIM i:i) Hals, llultou mid Congress, TO
I.0M:, nt ii, us jrooil us mi ijli shoe
In the city. I,.nll(s' l'lne Kid llutlo-,
woil.nl liullon holes, isl.'J.V, I, miles'
l'ehhlrd lMlsh, s-ili.l, !lt) nt-; I!,s',
ioiillis', ttiid .Hisses' Siiioul .Shoes .-,,-.
to 9I.2.15 CenCs Itubliei- .',0(5 laulles'
J.Ijrbt hiiriii,' OuTslioes H)e.
W. A. HANCE,
40 South Market St
KVln nuild r(iriln1(iii ami nilp.tinc
Hit ju.il, v ulll ny Mint HAM i; Jc
'. HllltlllHM lilts nhOH llllaailieHH 1H
lil mr..l. II A l.5T MAIN ST., w li-t e
jm will ahwiy llnd n Iwiryn ?tc It, Ltivv
Ji h fit antl 1 nil ltt;tlit)ir.
Wthammmtmammmmrtwtm imii MiiiaMaiiaaiiiMlwaiaaaMji..
IVAMKII-TO I'OltllUW tl.WJ eilt j ,600.
II l'lrst luuriitngj ulvcn "" thy and tuuutrv
prrpirty. Adurfnloi t box '-3, I" O , city
U' AN iTll) VIA) IKON, "coTl'Elt, illtrss
II nine I'a I, ni'a, ruhl.er, tones, etc.; lll i.ay
ca-h. J. VV. McAduo, i Winter street, tSurivie
noit ltiiM-THKi.u uiioMs rou hi:nx ro
r a nun anil wife, fall al 87 VV ml lll'i at.
rum iti.sr-i.v rm. M)UTin;a.N part or
l the city, a uciy two-story fru'aa house, 9 1001ns,
wlili all thmpiiurteiaiicesnsil conveniences. Also
stauleaml urriR" liousr, rhu owner, a laily, lll
tito l.oanl nu wlih tlio family or not as preferrel
A ;ly to O. M Heilers, room 2, lilatk'a (Joint
nui: iti.di-iwo i.iour hod vt nou-i.s
r with aialila tor rent at IM per inonlli. Nos SI
an I 37 West Jluiherry street, luoulre ot J. 1.
rou ni-Nr stoiii. iioum. tub ntovr
I art of the litriie iuir room 'o, "S West Mala
st now coupled hf Datld h ingus s sholesile no
il n and psper Horn, tho ti.ekcut oicupuut has
II iro room thin lie wants Will rentm e or laah
si es 1 f tho front part o' rou n or Mill tent deslc
r in tpaie. ApplrloA Katleini.tiwr, aainl, No
'in .Market at
- 'I.'l II II !! ! !!. II !
fjEltsoNAI. YOLNO JII.-.V 1 AN KIM COM.
I fortahle boird aud lodging at No. SI sooth
rnlli: KKlUI.Vii MKCTIMJ Ol1 Till; l'KA
I tcrnsl Mjdli Circle ivouri Thurs lay evening,
April 1 ia T.4 1 sharp, and lull attend ,ii(e Is de
slied Diimio ineuiliers who havenot vit r tthtd
Ihelr limr-tlt cerlillcaies an espetUlly reouialed
to ho present, C. C Kl.lner, VV lUcorder
DISSOLUTION NO ICE.
riviiK (o-i'iinM:miiir iir hi;iok)i.i: h..
1 ltlll if 11 ruler the tlrin name of Slroik, Kutiklo
A Co , stands illssoUed from and afti r tlio?Mli day
of lei tusry, t'i, by liuiltatlnii All I llladuoand
all oUlgutlonsol said film a ill he settled hy David
Kunkle. Addeess b'J7 W nth l.iinestoue strict,
fcpringfiflil, Ohio liy order of linn.
they know all about Mustang Lin
iment. Few eJo. Not to know is
not to have.
I Hlj f " aw jj
HELIOTROPE- WHITE ROSE,
Equal to Atkinson's, at Half the Price
CHAS. LUDLOW, Druggist.
This liiTiiai'iitloii contains tlio linJgorulli'g iirojiortlos ol
(uiiiiiic, vvitli tlio softening qualities ol (iljcorinc.
It promotes a liealtli.v ami rapid grontli ol, mid prevents tlio
hair Irom falling out.
Lmlios will lintl this also an elegant preparation for ordinary
toilet use. Viit up in oOe ami .i?l bottles. Prepared only by
IS. ifll IOiihL
.P. Willis & Son.
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
WANDER & BAnNETT.
Put fttmilH uf our briitifl on uvurj imrk
v ituzz saw ix i:vi:uv sack.
HUFFMAN & Ri
rvlte inspGction of
SAI.K OK HOMls,
TOTICi:is herein Klten that ilu cltv ot nlni!t
1 lipl.l, (llilo, ulll oiler forsalc K, llie lit,;!,,,
anil Lest blilderat the lounell clnmiLi-r In a J
Tnradiij, tlio 'Klli ilny nr April A. l. lKHS,
at 8 n'clocle p m., one bond ot said city lothl
aninunt one thousand (!1,0) dollals. sal 1 l.oild to
he of tho ilcnoiiilnatlou of Jl.es 0, to hear Oner
cent icr annum intprest, imynWi- stiul annually,
nt thcolliee of I lie illy lifoinrj. In I Ills i Ity, tr nt
tlm liuiorlers'aiiilTradirsallonal hank In New
lork city, at the option if the holder thereof,
on the fiistd ystf March ml Mepicmher In each
)ear until the pajineiit of the irlnchul Ihnnof.
caU ho il to I e a Loupon hotid,ainl to he Is unl for
iliemno-e of ohtali lug the means inrlLoion
slriclloii oftne main sencrou I'lulc meet. In
I'luin s leit seuer i Ulrlct, or sevierihslr etlso. 1,
and lo pay Inierest ou bonds f-ai.l houil to loduo
and payahlutho 1st day of bepteinUr IHil, and
lieu sol i Is lo h takin and paid for bv the pur
chaser th reof, al the ottiie ol tho city treasury In
this tit) within Iitteeii (IJ) days from the day of
lllds fur the pimhise of sjld hon 1 may be filed
In fltlnKlih the cilj iWkatnnv I me prior lo
(ho lime ahoee nam d for the sale of said bond,
an I Mils, lilier verbal nr In writing will I e re
ceived on ssld rtlh diy of Airll, nt 8 oM ck
P in , Mh n all I lis Hill i ronsliler d by the city
(ou til and said bond will lesol.l atnm less ilun
par value nml act rued Inltltst, auhjett to the ton
I tliiiiBliereloforOMtfiirlh.tolbeliigliistauil best
bidder, ily order of inuuiil
1 H. UIII.WALTKC. (it Clerk.
hAi.i: ok hon i.
H?1?,1', ''''."chy given th.t ihe VlllaKo ot Nc-
( Srll.lfl t Inrb ,n..r..u ..l.l. ...i II . ..1 .,..-...
- , --.-.-..... ucii;,.iiij win ourr lor sale
ii. urn iiiKuesi auj lest uiniier ins tirsistrlranf
rUrett Improvement lluujs of laid Vlllase, um to
eateed In the agurtgalo tha sum of fi wij, on the
"Tli ly t April, ISKfl,
At 7 10 p. m ,at Ihe Council f hainlsrr of aald Vel
la.t, taut lends to bo of tbe denomination MSJ
each, to bear Opcrieut iwr annum interest, iiiv
aldo sfiiil-nniullr on tho Hist .lays nf March a.fd
bciileiuhpr, In ea h year, uulll the payment of the
t, i'i I?' ,h"t'"(. alJ,' "" I" he due aud p ijable
ilJHO lliereof on the llr.t .1 . of .MJr li. li i. nu.1
LVe",?niln".'-,',;"cln ,'"i"rldrt,of Heincuiveir,
ItHrt, su I binds when issued in be lalien anil paid
for by the pun hastr theuo, a tin b times ant In
.......,.,,, IIIP vuki) uiiiy rt'iulra
and Ihu ilijue (Mtall oniy illrei (, I y irauiutldll
said bonds msy be llle.l In wr. tin i( uith the VlllaKo
Clerk at any llmenilor lo tlie flmo uUve i.amtd
I". rJlM."',,0"!,f,l,l'"J","'i ,,a Idds.eltlitr lerbal
or writti n, ulll be reieived hy said tjiuucl on slid
-Mhdiyof Ajril, Itat7 nu o'cloc If p in .when
a I bond, iircsruled lll Ie sold, subject In llioeon
1 lions herdolore setlorth, to the liUlietUuiI best
bt dir therefor.
y order of (Ji.uucil
si,., i, k, .r. A, KKtr, Mayor.
Alieit II N Tat i on, f lerk
Attorney and Fxpert
KOI.ICITOH Ol 1'ATI.XIS.
llooiii ,, A.roiulo lliilldliiu.
linj airi favorably kuoa n ns n comi etent hoise
mover and raiser, desires to notify the public n,t
hels a III piepated to do work lutuatliiie, lone h"r
th Ihe mason ork, lu a pliable and workman.
Ills luinner. Uavealloideia at MeCuddy'., No
V '"' ?ial" .f1."""' or "(I'lrwa me at mi rcs.
deuce ou Weal College avenue, city, '
AUS & CO.,
5,000 BJZZ SAWS!
Sacks of "Golden
5,000 Children Mado Happy!
'(lolmiti I'lpsKn" Mimr, llm Tory lilgh
est 111 il best triiilo of Itniier 1 li.ur, la tor
aitlu In nil erne its nntl iienlera ol the ful
lneeliii; llxeil rlt ea 1
l'i r 1 ar'il, In mooJ or s.i(Vs . $0.60
IVr ', li rrel, 4'j His l.ns
l(r 'luriul. 2iy lbs 88
finds ia pi j liody fee Htr,' elull, l.mguld, slugs
fiMi, cvittlj In tliocmidltlon toboMwtljr
biiielitid lij the Use (if Aje'i'sSnikaparilla.
LI7H. . DuViau, 2 1,'itli M., Ctlt aic,
111 uuMj , X. V., .s.ij s : "Kt ( ry aiirlng, for
cars, 1 Ii.no li id liitolcrnblo licadaedics,
imhI Iu c siifleii el fiiitti total lossof energy.
I (oliiiiiiiiLLiI tisliy Ajet's Satap:ull!.i
last 31 null, and li ito not Mmo liad n bead
aeliej in., aiiiittlto N t.e(l!etit,iiii(l I am
(ii onj, rml porous." "As n sprliy
Ajei's ti ir-m in Ilia In (lor iiia'," wtltes
A. 15. Nielio' , C iili.Me, JI.iss. Ilcnry
15 'cijii, Xe.nl i. O't! , nt; ; ' I li u o used
A'.rVs H irsnj arlti.i in mi family for
sirs. 1 liaeo found It Inwtlimli'o as ni
enli fur lumliuo and general not mm
il li'lit. , e-'ipi.l li. rn . relit c Iher and
T lo h' I'D of tlie , ,d." I.'. J. KlJIllW,
Wnjell'e, AVI, Wiltes: '-'Ilio uoof
li if cured me nf I.lter Complaint."
I'iciurtdljj Jlr.J.r. lurA Co., Lowell,
31ns., I . H, A.
fiold lij n'l Dru'i;s.
I'rlco $1 ; f,lx linttles, $5.
I'or i j j ears at 37 Court l'lace, now at
; riacej now ac
Ifet 'JhirdanJ Kourih,
A Ttfttlasiir iduci.til tn4 IfKtll fiuftllAcil jibriioUo (Utd tl
tnnkt aibtfWdfiii aei tild t pair-iliHt will sv.., '
Spormatorrlioa and ImpoUno7f
I tl retMiH or elf 1W1 In youOi, wiul tn,r4 In nt
turiryeun uf other cuiiM, oe irwlucluf wmtcr tb rol
loving fiTtKU NeivbuioeM, Himlot.1 Fmliii.n (night amity
t.iitU dm-iuij Wmutrttof hivbt, licfwtlivMcDiorj.rbr
!.;"' ''""."""I'.wa, i.rilottbHckvflriotli!i,
La)urifel n 't llv4, ! f hciual I'owtT kc , rtntlrr)D(
nmrrUftjlufro.Kri.riiiii.iii.r, m UitireuiblT ind wtmC
r TPin'n "''!""' )"i. Gonorrhea.
QIjEET, Cuknir., lirtalili, K.uTii, lor !hS
"1. i"'1LtPrlUillpsss qui klyaumL
.. . ilS'.'i'" '"'' !''?.' l "'si" l" I J' iissHslstuailxl
( s ottitiu (tut of illtiws. sua Inistius ibouMosi s&nu.
sllj snulnsinslsilll. l'l,,,kl.D. Sous Ins UOs Isctolus
rso.i..iiiriil irwni lu my t.rc VTlis n 11 1. hwooitnltM la
liTi. Xli ,'"u;"u"i"it. Ksll'lmuia vassal Prtisul
soJjifil u in.. I or i.,... sobsrs.
Ourcn Uunneutood In all Cavtem
Umuubim .,.,sslly cr 1,y Hur lies sal Issllsd.
( lisrs tSMUHl.ls so t vorreatiideuos sliluUy oouflasuoa.
Or u 1 bsf, spot to sii & Irrsi, iMmrslv suslsa, for thirts
,2 '!"" .I1""'' ii" sl or sil. i.lJi... si i-).i
iiiove.lt, el Kast Alain strict (J00J heb f uTl