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Votumn V. Number Still.
SPltmaIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 27, 1885.
ITIIJ SPUING FIX L.U rtElMTIM.IO
I Volum XXXI. Number ion.
Waiiicitoh, May 27. Ohio Valley unit
Tennessee, clearing and fair weather, south
west to northwest winds, stationary tempera
ture, except in extreme southwestern portion,
The weeks and month are lull of attrac
tion) here. Hardly a day pastel without
lome new newsy news about clothing or
furnishing goods develops. Markdowns hare
become so common ol late that we often
nil 81 speaking of the things that might Inter
est you most.
There are so many good things In youth's
sack suits that ought to command attention.
For example, lot 7345, black worsted, cle
celrlng mixture ol cotton and wool, cotton
predominant, $8 per suit. Lot 4440, youth's
light plnchcck casslmere, well cut, well
trimmed, good sewing, $8 per suit. Lot
6321, yomh's Indigo blue flannel sack suits
IC.no per nilt. Lot 6787, youth's dark In
visible plaid, $8 perBuit. Lot 0101, youth's
green cheviot Eack suit, $8. Lot 6567,
youth's Indigo blue cheviot suit, $10. Lot
C909, youth's Indigo blue diagonal flannel
suit, $10. Lot CGG7, youth's invisible plaid
suit $10. Lot G2i5, youth's red mixed plaid
suit $12. Lot G45.6, youth's fine mixed cassl
mere suit $13. Lot 2973, youth's basket
worjted suit $12. Lot 7470, youth's brown
mixed double and twisted casslmere suit $7.
Lot 7009, youth's fancy brown basket pUld
$15 per suit. Lot 7411, youth's black nad
whito brokrn plaid suit $10. Lit 7443,
youth's brukeu plaid in Globe Mills casslmere
suits $14. Lot 1221, youth's mixed broken
check dark shade suit $12. Lot 7307, youth's
fancy pUld shot with red silk $12 or milt.
Lot 7300, youth's fancy plaid of dark mater
ial shot with blue silk $14. Lot 7401,
youth's hands light and dark blown plaid
suit $16. Lot C90I, youth's lancy dark silk
mixed suit $18. Lot 4801, youth's dark
worsted basket cloth suit $18. Lot G235,
youth's ilatk greeo birds eye worsted suit
$18. Lot 5050, youth's fine brown cheviot
suit $18. Lot 7017, hundsome brown cork
screw worsted $18.
Among sj many you're apt to think It's
wholesale stock. Right you are, it is. We
wholesalo to the consumer direct in small
quantities at exactly the same prices ordinary
dealers pay the jobbers lor their entite Btocks.
An advantage we hold over them (any of
them) from being large manufacturers ot
clothing and jobbers In lurnisbing goods and
Fur men's suits innging in price Irom
$J.50 to $42, see to-day's window exhibit.
There are two ways of supplying ones
wants; to patronize dealers who buy their
Btocks from jobbers, paying tbtro and extra
20 or 25 per cent, profit, or, buying from the
manufacturers and jobbers direct and saving
those profits. Which will yon do?
Pantaloon overalls of check cottonade ma
terial. No better than we sold last year at
75c. We marK 50c othir grade better,
heavier, GOc. Blue denim 60c, brown duck
Kconomy In underwear buying begins
here. 20c and 25c extravagance Is here as
well. $1.25 to $2 Imported.
Jean drawers 60c fur 40c, 76c lor 60c. The
twilled jean, the cut, the lit, the sewing, the
laundry, everything best about them. Every
size Irom 28 to 48 waist.
We sell the finest Globe Mills casslmere
trousers for $5 because, because we handle
the entire short end production of that won
derful factory and can afford it $10 or $12
buys the same qualities from merchant tail
ors. Is the difference In the price worth sav
ing? OWEN UltOTHKItS.
Springfield's Ooly One l'rlce Clothiers.
Great Damnge by Fire.
Naw Yoiik, May 27. The va-t furniture
manufactory of Herman Bros., at Margin auil
Tompkins streets, was discovered on fire at
3:30 this morning. A fire story brick occu
pies the hole bloik, 200 by 160 Itei. It
was saturated with oil and is surrounded
by m'serable tenement houses, occupied
by the poorest classes in the tlty. Nearly a
hundred taniilirs were driven Irom their
homes. It is estimated that the loss will
amount to $1,500,000. Three hundred men
or more will be thrown out of work.
Tbo loss is $300,000. Five hundred
skilled workmen lose all their tools. The
Singer Sewing Machine Company owned the
Paris, May 27. The Pantheon is now to
he used as a receptacle tor the remains of tbe
illustrious dead. Victor Hugo will be buried
there Monday next.
New Yonrf. May 27. General Grant slept
three or tour hours last night, but this was
because be had overslept on previous nights.
Nkw York, May 27 James Nelson Day,
confidential clerk, Is a defaulter in $50,000
Wall street gambling I
Insurance Companies InvMtl(atInsr the
Death of Norman II. Starwood.
Aixajtta, Go., May 37. Norman D.
TTarwood. who recently died In Florida,
from the effects of a fall from a horse, had
8200,000 Insurance upon his life. He had
acquired and lost tw of ortunoa In Ills life
time, Ono at St. Faul and another In
Florida. At tho tlmo of his death, be was
bankrupt. As there aro conflicting reports
as to the maimer of Ills death, the Insurance
companies liavo sent agents down Irom
New York to look Into the matter. The
Emiltabln Is Interested totheextcntof 8100,
000, tho United Statos $35,000, Ktrth
western $20,000, Manhattan 20,000, New
England Mutual $10,000, Penn Mutual 815,
000 and Man land Life 110.000.
BlMj Jl.U'lilM iJlL'fUMlMaassWBBsMlBssMMMsssM
From Miss Elizabeth
In a Communication to the
New York Sun
She "Goes for" Rev. Dr. Howard
On the Question of Total Absti
nence. ' 2
Great Damage by Fire in New York
In Which 500 Skilled Workmen
Lose All Their Tools.
The President's sl.'er -'Ours for" Uev. Dr.
Nkw Youk, May 27. The Sun publishes a
communication from Miss Kliiibetli Cleve
land, sister of Piesident Cleveland, In reply
to Uev. Dr. Howard Crosby, on the question
of Total Abstinence. Miss Cleveland com-,
menccs by quoting tbe following from Dr.
Crosby: "I do not wonder that that excellent
woman, whose hnatcwi.l or sons hac become
sots should advocalo tnliil nhslinnnretor every
one. We havo heard a goo 1 wcunvi whoso
boy had cut his linger nearly off wlllia knife,
wish that thero were no knives In the world;
and if she could lure her nay she Mould
hive them all destroyed forthwith. It is
na'ural and a woman's rry on such an
occasion excites our tenderest gjiunnlliy,
but who will count tint an argument?"
Miss Cleveland then says: ' The above par
agraph from 'A Calm View ol Dr. Nelson,'
by tho Uev. Howard Crosby, iu tbe Evangebst
of March 17th, his most pertinaciously
haunted me ever since the perusal of the
article last evening. That this, above any
other paragraph, snould most Impress ilsell
Upon the impressible mind ot one
emotional woman in particular, or of woman
as an emotional creature in general, will
surprise no man. It is, as the Djctor says?
natural and I aiu veruln.thu multitudes ot
women besides myself are today smarting
under these calm' words agaiost the im
putation of which every fibro of the woman
nature rises up against In revolt. The male
animal is very fierce, the female of all varie
ties is very gentle, comparatively, and Is gen
erally uncombative; but tbe tame ecu nee
which tells ui this tells us also that the
mother among all beasti, in defense ol her
young, is tbe fiercest of all living
creatures. The lioness, under ordinary
circumstances, is quite easy of
conquest, but the lioness robbed of her
whelps, no mm or beast cares to encounter.
Both these phases of the fern lie nature are
undoubtedly natural. They belong, as llishop
Butler said, to a certain so-called supernat
ural phenomena, to the natural, of which
there are two causes, the one ordinary, )be
other not supernatural, still superhuman, but
"You see, this mad-dog you talk about Is
to be put down by 'A Cnlm View' of the
thing as it Is, and put in the samo category
with 'Uutlery.' You have no more real right
to cry about this unloosed beast because it
may meet your children. on their way to
school, and may bite one or two
of them, than you "Uave to , cry
out against the manufacture and sale ol
knives, because your boy cut himself once.;
The perfectly clear thing Is, II you only had
head enough to see it, that the manufacture
by fermentation, not distillation of tbe 'mad
dog, not very mad, but only some mad,
ought to go on, and that one
mad dog, of this good kind
for every one thousand people, ought to be
protected by law from the bullets of hydro
phobia hunters. This calm view of the evil
which, because of pome, In fact several cases
of hydrophobia among us, has tome to be
called by unthinking peiple a mad do;
is proven by concurrent testimony of
experience, science, scholarship, found
philosophy, null, above all, rightly read In
Scripture to bo a good vicature of Clod. The
calui, Cliiistlau thing for )ou lo do on luch
an (Htnsiju is not to go up and down crying,
but stiy at home ami teach your little buys
and Ug boys how a little mad dog Jibe
Is good tor them, but a big mtd
dnic'a bite is very bad for them
You ought, it uu would only do the thing
you ought, ins'ead ol I hi) thing yuu liku to,
mix up u little wine and water for your lit
lie Imjjs at dinner, so that they maycirly
learn the difference betwten true temperuute
and Ibis miserable, paroly of true
temperance culled 'total abstinence,' and
may be prepared to make manly
protests against drunkenners when they should
be grown up, It's simply silly. While we
feel the tenderest sympathy lor your
sorrow, we must say it is silly for yuu
to refuse to see that knives and mad
dogs are equally dangerous. It's as
rid cub us fur you to demand tl at ' all
alcohols shall be rhnt out from the beverages
of mankind because this fiery liquor is burn
ing out the manhood, iu mure ways than by
Its consumption ol theworll, as it would be
fur j oil to demand that all the wtlls should
he driid up, because men lust' their lives by
crowning. Alcohol and wuter are ex
actly anali gous, If you could
but see It, you foolish woman.
Your cry Is no argummt. It were belter
you should stop yiur crying, Doctor Crnihy
We cannot, try we ever so bard; we cannot
defy or deny nature. (Jod has made us a
crying genius. We cannot understand h w
knives ami man nogs aro tu-l alike.
We cannot understand why a m-d
dog should not be killed. We tantot
belp crying It one to every one thousand u
man beings l let Ions In our s re Is, The.e
things are tou high for us. Wo cannot fiud
thrra out. It's i.ut our blame; li'soir ui
ture; and we dare tu say that, thn U;b t e
pure and unsophisticated nature ol thu human
mother, God's argument agalntt any use ol
alcohol, except as a medicine, U giviu
to the woild lodrj. Whn ll e young Qirru
of Austria, pics id ou every side by He
rutblens opuncsiun ot ihe gnat 1'ius.lau
King, lied, trembling Into llungara, and
with her tofant In ber arms and her Royal
Crown upon her head, appealed for the pro
tec ion of her Kingdom and her loyal subjects,
then tbuse stalwart Hungarian nobles
rose In a mas, and laying' their right bands
opon tbe swords at their sides, swore In a
shout 'whose heroic sounds echo down the
years! 'Moriamur,pro rtge,noitro Maria The
rtiai' and how they 'did die all the world
knows. It's not for rhetorical effect, still less
for the excitation ol the tendered sympa
thy, that I revert to this well known
historical Incident; It Is that I may
call attention to the argument In the cry of
those men, for I suppose a man's cry may
bo counted as an argument, t wish to beg
you to notice those words, 'Rege Nosiro.'
That expression ol those Hungarian nobles
bur king, Maria Ihereta, instead of our
queen, Maria Theresa, has been
Interpteted to represent an Idea
In their minds to suit the mind ot
the Interpreter, woman's rights. Speakers
have made them an acknowledgement un the
part of those most men that here was a wo
man who was more man than any ono of
,inem,orati tngetner; more able to command
them by having moro that was kingly In ber.
.Hence. 'Pro Uege Nostra.' rather than
iience, 'rro icege nosiro. ri
'ProTBe.jlas'cNoMro.' But n
Idea ,ot t this be fancied
whether!! l calm and logical, w
whether It be
lood criticism, I dsre not uflirui: Dr. Crosby
lllt I I,... I .1 an .Ll. .,.- . -
niu uv. iui i iiare auirw mm urn jnuer
jlcan mother, who toJiy, being pressed on
'every side by the sggresiion of King Alco
hol, cinfronts American men Tbe Infant In
her arms, hei' only fceplrc; tho motherhood
op hfr bro, her only crown; and cries
10 them lo protect her kingdom, the
home, carries in her cry an argument.
And I dire nfiirm, thank Ond, that it Is a
spectacle which all may wltners that snal-"
Wrirt.Warjiors'pnlling from their, scsbbarrts
triHiyfswurds'adtnlt that 'cry' toj beuarl
guraerit bv tbelr "answering ''shbut-iw
will f fight fltm our ' ' Klng-for we
all bave u a' Ki g even doctors
of JjvlnUj Tbeio is a majesty
or iIkIii. a roal'y ol truth which ln'manllold
form; claims our -Vleglanco and enforces its
claim. QUod.'see,"ln ihe teirful cry of the
bruised "and'liilflled mother, sister, wlfe,'hls
own argument for the utter extermination of
Intux'cating leverages ihe supp'cssjjn, root1
and brauch.nt the liquor tra Hie and In thai cry'
Ucmiikej Hisargnineiittjinen. A Chnticelfo
ofph losnphyjgrispliglti hi mighty taplence,
cjiilts a ild snenie. which e poor wiman'
ninnot even name, Imp us yet tailed lo appre
hend that Lliemistry of Heaven which ilis
illliil fioni n Christian moihvi'a tear the
first drip of that mighty gathering storm
whose lull and himl outbreak shall aweeu
H ly for ever all refuges ot fits the
inure or, instuceie bulwark of the liquor
inHI?, 'lbr childien ol Israel sitrhed liv rea-
am of iMindage, and their rry came up unto
Oml. nidi (t id ht anl thtir gniwuinir, and (lod
remembered hla tuvuiant, and ( ui looked
Uvm the children ot I.rael and bal respect
out i them
.Signed., jj 1 Elixahkth Ct.it slawd.. -
Tha General Aaaeuibljr. '
('iminiti, May 27. The Reformed; Prts
b)teryol I'hlladi lpbla, nas admitted to the
Presbyterian church by a unanimous ri'ltir
The"ieceipti lot foreign miisiors. fort the
year were $090 983, exiieudilurel $757,035.
Liavlogdebt of $507,51.
13 i A .U-ideru Tell. t ,
T ."jWiSm'irirMa'srriray 27, Willie Pren
tiss shot hit father dcid latt night at Orange.
ThcMaiher,1 while In a drunken fit, ordered
bis sou to shoot ut a cup which ho held on
Meeting; or Cltizena nuil lluslneis Men to
trrauge fur ilie llecepllou nutl Kuter-
lnliimnt ot the Illliiiilaana Tomorrow
Arrival of Advance Quant.
In accordance with tbe call published in
last evening's Ulohe-Ukpubmo, a meeting
waif held In the Water Werks olHce, Arcade,
t take steps for the rtcip Ion and proper en
tertainment ol the i xcursion parly of business
and pto'etsb nil men of Illnomington, III , to
nrnve hire, via Ihe I , B. & W. railroad, to
morrow, leaving home this eveoiog. A com
mittee sent on iu advanie lo make such ar
ringcments, consisting ot Wm. P. Brophy,
lti v. Dr. Adams and Mr. Brooks arrived here
this morning, but found their errand had been
anticipated by tbis meeting last eveuing.
There was a Urge attendance of represen
tative men, nearly every manufacturing con
cern io the.city having a spoke. man present.
Geo. II. Krey acted as chairman and John J.
(loodlellow as secretary. Un motion of Amos
Whllely, Mr. Frey, John Foos, W. Downey
and I. II. Parcel! weie appointed a commit
tee to ar nnge route, etc., for showing the
visitors about tho city. A. W. Hut', J. B.
Cartmtll and C. R, Crain were appointed a
committee on everlng entertainment. The
meeting adjournel until eight o'clock
Wedncslny evening to hear report?. The
lollowing is the general reception committee
Major Goodwin, John Foop, (Jeorgo II.
Frey, l.afe Piirsell, Amos Whltelev, Wm,
VVhluliy.O. M. Jf Minis, 11. H. Warder, Juo.
II. Tho'ua, P. P. Mast, Asa S. llushnell, S.
A Biwman, Geo. Hauling, Julge Chas.
While, J. K. Mowir, Wm. F. Foos, Jos,
Jacobs, W. A, Scott, Frank Bookwalter, Root.
Juhusou, Jas. G Rodgcrs, K. W. Boss, K. W
aimpsoi, Wm. M. Black, I. W. (lodgers, Chas
lUbbllts, Kdwurd Kinnaue, W, S. Field, O. H.
Kelly, C. 11. Bacon, K. G. Dial, T J. Prlngle.
The I., II k W. train, bearing Ihe Bloom
iugton excursioulsls, about filly In number,
will urrlvo ou Thursday at 9:15 a, m., stand
After reception by the above committee at
the Arcade, carriages, provided byelliz-np,
will be in readiness at and near iho lllkh
ttreel entrance to the Arcude by 10 a. m., to
convey the iru s a throughout the city, mak
ing lime about as follows;
I'UOOIUMMK VOII VISITIMI (HOI'S KTC- HURT,
II. WIIITtLY, UAHSIUL.
Leave Arcade for I!i.t street Champion
diitH, and Cutter works, the Malleable Iron,
Kuilo k Bar and Champion Machine Co.
12:30 p.m. Drive to Wittenberg College
aud Fernclirl dine er), miking no slop.
1 p. m, Beach Mail, Foos ,t. Oi Spring
field Malleable uudT lc)cl shops.
2 p ll', Beach Kvans, Foos k Co., Kpiln
fi Id Manulacliirlig O ., lUntdka Iron Fence
Co., Kims llitiiifauuricg Oi., St, Johu Sii te
ll g Machine Un. making not-top.
3 p. in. llctiuru lo Arcade Hotel for din
ner.' 4 p m.-Leave Aliade for Knitiie and
riirchi-r winks Wirdir fi ll.rnneu's Mill, P.
P. Mest k Co. Jis. I.effDl k Co, lUiknalnr
Hike Wiil.a lltihhiu A. Ujers Foundries
a id l,4ioiida Chiiuplou S ops, making very
5 3'ijn, ui Ueai h Hup-rior Drill Works
and Tliomas Jit Sou's Hake works.
'6 pv in Dismiss cervine) at Areade aud
scijiptr iiud test until 8 p. in ,
8 p. ui, Au event g entertainment at lha
0,wi House, under eum of K iten.lu'ueul
Committee. A, 'V. Butt chairman.
Ur Ouulu CuuuiTTrs.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS.
this uciM0,oiur or OttlO 1H
I'roeeeiijntjS of tha Second Davy's Session
lteeepilon to Supreme I'haneellor Bath
bone Routine llaslneu Trsiasaetod.
The second day's proceedings ol the six
teenth tetsion f Ohio Orad Lodge, Knights
of l'jthlst, begin at 9 a. ra. In Odd Fellows'
Hall, with usual ceremonies. The following
Is a rtiunwol the business transacted: Mileage
of represettattves was fixed at six cents, one
way and par diem at $3 per day far three
days. A proposition that the per capita be
reduced tf twenty cents per teim 'ailed.
Mileage and per diem of Past Chancellors
who counted votes lor Grand Lodge officers
The salary of the Grand Keeper ol Records
and Heal wis fixed at $1,000 for tbe year.
Official decisions of Grand Chancellor, ex
cept one, vi questions of Isw, were ap
proved. An Interesting, and comprehensive report
was had fronthe .commute ;M JsktM) of the
order, .who etfpgratulaie tbe Qraad Chancellor
on his goo l fjotk during tha year, especially
In visitation eli lodges. It is recommended
that, o'n occasions of dedication, none take
patt but such as are cenversant with the rit
ual. Robert Georgl, officiating as German
Dk'lrlct Deputy Grand Chancellor, was ac
corded a Past. Grand Chancellor's certifi
cate for services. Recommended that
lWges 'organise "teams" for conferring
tbit degrees, v The committee offer a
resolution congratulating the State of Ohio
on election of' Howard Douglas as Supreme
Vice Chnnrellor of the World. It was de
cided once morn that the time has not come
to reduce Grand Lodge representation.
Ac niiniitce, consisting of Supreme Vice
Chancelor Douglas, Sup. Rprrseutative W.
li. ItlLhie, Past Sup. Reptesentatlve Kubn,
Past Chancellors Georgl and Reeves, pre
sented Founder and Supreme Chancellor W.
n. Rilhbone, who' was Introduced by Bro
Richie and welcomed inn neat address by
Or. Chancellor Burns. Sup. Chancellor
Uilhbiue rispunded extending thanks for the
reception glveu him and paying that one ob
ject of his vi-dt was to return in person
thanks Inr thu handsome teslimoHlel ot last
Itnr. Ho congratulated Ihe Grand Lodgi
Ou the prospect that Vice Chancellor DouglaB
bad ot bee imlng tbe next Supreme Chan
cellor. All dispensations for new lodges were
granted in full. AU-) dispensations lor new
lodges at 11 errlson and Delta, Hamilton coun
ty. Avilon was taken on applications of sev
eral loelges for various, grants, and $500 ap
propriated toward the next session ol the
Grand Brigade, Uniformed Rank, at Cleve
land. This afternoon the place for meeting of Ihe
Graul Lcdgenqxtjftrt will focbotenj and
the secret work' exemplified. Tomorrow, be
fore adjournment, the new Grand Lodge offi
cers will be installed.
fe;verul ltnuiee Entered Money and
Watches Taken Attempted Sate mow
ing Tbe Cracksmen Almost Successful,
but frightened Awaty set the Critical Mo-
The residence of Mr. Peter Haerr
on Mulberry street was entered, Tuer
day nlgbt, and a silver watch
hi d some $10 In money taken. Tbe money
was ihe small change which Mr. Haerr is in
the habit ot taking home irom bis feed store
every night. An entrance was effected in
the same manner as at Mr. Ebrenhart's, by
unlocking the street door, and it is probable
that tbe same persons were concerned in both
The I oldest exploit ol last night, however,
is the attempted safe blowing at Joseph
Spangenberger's, on East Main street. Mr
Spatgenberger keeps tbe Spangenber
ger House, and, fur the accommodation
of those of his boarders who may
be out late, always leaves the rear door into
one ol bis sitting rooms open. The burglars
entered through this door, and entered the
bar, wheie the safe stands, by breaking the
locks off the door between Ihe bar and sitting
room. It was evidently intended at irst lo
remove a panel irom the door, and with tbis
purpose the thieves hon d holes clear across
one end and side of the panel. Probably
concluding this was too tedious, they resorted
to the expedient of breakiug tbe lock. Alter
entering tbe bar tbey began boring a bole in
the sate with the intention ut introducing
powder with which to blow tbe door open.
The bole was almost deep enough to answer
their purpose when they were frightened
away by tbe hostler, who bad been sleeping
iu a neighboring room. He had been awak
ened by tbe noise made in forcing tbe door I e
tween the bar and sitting room, and, arising
looked first Into the latter room. Seeing
nothing unusual there, and finding It was
about 2 o'clock, be passed around through a
bock passage and up stairs to call some per
sons who wished to arise at that hour. Wb le
be was gone on this errand, the burglars must
have selted tbe opportunity to escape, as, in
returning, he came through tbe bar and found,
not tbe thieves, but all their tools and the
niaiks of their work. It is unlucky for the
cracksmen tbst they were scared off, as, if left
alone a little longer, tbey would probably
have teemed some $300 It was an exceed
ingly bold attempt, as boarders are entering
or going out at almost every hour of
the nlgbt, Surpldoo Is directed towards a
young man v. bo hung around tbe bar a good
deal yes'erday, and wbo in tbe evening went
to a h'ou-e just atrou the street and told the
people tint he had been sent there for supper
and lodging by two young mn wbo board at
that place. He was given his supper aud
shown to bis room, but when Ihe family arose
tins morning ineir visitor naa vanished, and
the two yuung men denied ever having sent
him there. Whether innocent or guilty i f
Ihe Bafe-blowing, be Is certainly guilty of
some very queer actions.
I. est nlgbt burglars dn'ered the bouse of
J. K. K ireubart, on Pleasant street, nrar
Spring, and carried away that gentleman's
clothes contain ng bis watch and other arti
cles, and a r mall band sa'ch'l belonglrg ti
Mrs. Walcutt which had In It a small amount
o money, s'rrral railroad tickets and a num
ber o' other Ihlrgs. Ofllc-r Fred Mast found
the clothe and satrlnl early this morning but
the natch, money and tickets weiegone. The
thieves entered thrnngh tbe hart door which
wis found unlockel when tbe family arose
Great Anxiety Throughout Franoe Con
cerning the Late Biota and Fore
bodings of Moro Trouble.
One Hamtradth Anniversary of tho Ilal-
Won Aaonulon or Jeffries and Blanch-
Strd Sensation In Free Church
Circles of Scotland.
Tmt COMMUNIST tltOTS.
Paths, May 27. Great nnxlcty Is felt
throughout Franco concerning tho commun
ists. The riots of Sunday aud Monday last
at Pere La Chaise exclto forebodings of
more trouble. The Communists havo an
actual majority In the Municipal Council of
Paris and they havo n compact body of
sympathizers in tho Chamber of Deputies.
The undue severity of tho police on tho oc
casions mentioned is condemned in all quar
ters. At an Indignation meeting held by tho
Communists on Sunday, M. Duprat, one ot
their leaders, declared that the time for talk
ing had paneed. He urged all citizens who
really favored a change of things to procure
petroleum and bo ready to set tire to public
buildings. It is believed that an attempt at
actual revolution would have been made on
Sunday had the Gens d'Armes fired on the
At the critical moment, when the Gardo
Republlcaluc, with rifles loaded, were about
to fire on tho already maddened populace,
two Intelligent, cool-headed and daring offi
cers, perceiving tho gravity of tho situation,
rushed forward mid threw tlrtemselves direct
ly in the line of the Impending bullets, be
tween the soldiers nnel tho people, and
averted tho threatened clangor.
The whole subject of the riots was
stormlly debate! In tho Clumber of Depu
ties last evening. Alter tlm Gncrnini'iirs
comparative leniency towarel ihe Commu
nists had been alternately pratatl and
condemned, a votoof confidence In tho Gov
ernment was finally passed by a voto of 388
It Is officially announced that Victor
Hugo will lx) burled in tho Pantheon. A
decree has been drafted Hccuarl7iugttio Pan
theon In onler to permit the Interment thcie.
The elato of tho funeral has not been fixed,
but the Government denlres to have It take
place on Saturday. M. Keno Goblet, tho
anient Republican aiitul llttei.tleiir will tie
IIvit the f unci ul oration. Fivo hundred
deputations h,iu applied for places at tha
funeral. Thu IleolutioiiUts throughout
Franco urn conslilerlng tho epilation of tak
ing advniitage of tho ccut to make a dem
onstration. CoLoeiNK. May 27. Tho ono htimlredth
anniversary of tho balloon ascension of Jef
fries and ltlancli.ini, tho pioneers of aero
nautics, was celebrated by the citizens of
Guinea on Monday as a holiday. The aero
naut jVHosUs made an ascension from
Gullies, which Is seven miles south of Calais,
and alighted safely at Gravo Lines, twelo
miles east of Calais. There were numerous
fetes, which were attended by the grandsons
of Jeffries, who were guests of Mie town.
A public pilgrimago was also made to the
memorial erected to Ulanchard and Jeffries,
and a wreath was placed on the column.
The corporation of Guinea struck a medal
fef honor In commemoration of the cente
nary, i , .-
It was In May, 1785, thaj Francois Ulanch
(ard, with a balloon furnished with
'wings and rudder of Ills own Intention,
successfully crossed tho Channel and landed
In England, for which exploit Louis XVI.
gave him a pension. He was aided in his
inventions by the fertile mind of John Jef
fries, a nativo of Huston, but who, during
the Revolution, became Surgeon Major of
the British forces in America.
London, May 27. The question of In
creasing the strength of the Egyptian army
will be left open by the Goerinnent until a
final decision Is reached as to thu withdrawal
from Egjpt of tho Hrltlsh army of occupa
tion. At a meeting ot tho Scottish Land League
at Edinburg esterelay It was announced that
Mr. Henry Georgo received $2,000 for his
recent course of lectures In Scotland on land
Mr. James Russell Lowell, late United
States Minister to England, delivered an ad
drees yesterday at Cambridge, on the occa
sion of tho unveiling of a bust of Poet
Gray. After an appropriate eulogy of the
gentle poet, Mr. Lowell, saying that this
was probably tho last occasion on which he
would have an opportunity to address an
English audience, expressed his heartfelt
gratitude for the kindness which had been
shown him in his official and private life
daring his stay in England. He hail come
as a stranger, ho was leaving them as a
brother. The audience, which was a very
distinguished one, evidently shared the
speaker's deep emotion, and his remarks
were warmly applauded.
EniNBunn, Slay 27. A great sensation
has been caused in Free Church circles oer
the alleged apostacy of Dr. Adam Stuart
Mulr, of Trinity Free Church, Loltli, whoso
practices bos just been unsuccessfully heard
by the General Assembly of the Free Church
of Scotland. Dr. Mulr was accused of
teaching baptismal regeneration, worshiping
before a crucifix, etc. He defended him
self in an eloquent address, during which
he horrified tho o.sembIy when he quoted
Cardinal Newman's hymn "Lead Kindly
Light," and taking an ivory crucifix from
his pocket held it out in his hand amid
hisses and cries of shame, whereat ho cried
out that lie would die with this emblem of
faith upon his bosom. It Is expected that
he will enter the Romish church.
Bkm.i.v, May 27. It Is considered be
yond doubt here that Earl Rosebcry's visit
has been largely successful In Its political
mission, namely, tho establishment of abet
ter undcrstanillng with Russia through con
f rence with Count SchnuvalotT.
It Is understood that the adherents of the
Social-Democrat party will abstain from
voting at the autumn elections for the Land
tag. Senator Edmunda' Visit to England.
Nbw York, May 37. The news that
Senator Edmunds had been summoned to
testify on points in American law before the
British Houso of Lords was generally com
mented on In legal circles yesterday. Sen
ator Edmunds Is at present In Burlington,
Vt, and nothing Is known hero about the
reason for Ills going before the House of
Lords, save that he is to testify on points of
American law. Ho will not go In his offi
cial capacity as Senator, but as a jurist. It
Is reported that tho dynamite resolutions in
troduced by Senator Edmunds In sympathy
with Great Britain will lie one of the sub
tsds on which bo will bu Interrogated.
Two Men Drowned.
Detroit, May 27. Anthony Thcia and
Jacsb Weskey, both married men, were
drowned at the new water works, In Ham
tramch, a suburb, yesterday morning by the
upsetting of a raft, which they weie using
to cross the canal, while making repairs for
the water board. Three men wero on the
raft, and a fourth caused It to tilt up by
fajmplng- from tho bank. The other two
The Man Who Has No faith In Hank.
Bt. Lows, May 27. On Friday night two
masked men entered tho house of Theodore
Van Dore, a wealthy fanner of Butler Coun
ty, at midnight, silenced thu farm hands and
family with revolvers, tied the arms and
legs ot eu-ry person In tho house, and made
of with $3,000 of Van Doru's hoarded treas
ure. This la the fourth time Van Dere has
suffered In this manner for bis lack ot faith
Celebrating the Qneen'e Blrthday-A Knm
ber of Feraons Drowned In Squall on
Toronto Itey Meeting of the Itlght
Worthy Grand Lodge or Good Templars.
Toronto, May 27. The Queen's birth
day celebration hero was marred by two
drowning accidents on the bay, both" occur
ring In the afternoon. During a sudden
squall which sprang up, two young lads
named James Welsh and William Hosack,
while rowing home had their boats capsized,
and before assistance arrived Welsh was
drowned. '' "
Another boat containing William Tarle
ton, George Randall, John Harper and two
girls, Etta Farmer and Jennie McEwcn, was
caught In a squall nnd capsized. Tarleton,
Randall and Miss McEwen succeeded In
catching hold of tho capsized boat, but the
girl Fanner threw her arms around Harper,
and both sank mid never rose again. The
other three were rescued with great diffi
culty. It Is believed that two young men In ad
dition to those already reported were
drowned. They were seen clinging to a
white painted boat during the squall. No
traces of the men have been seen and tho
boat was found yesterday morning capsized.
Tbe Right Worthy Grand Lodge of the
Independent Order of Good Templars
oiiened Its thirty-first annual session in this
city yesterday. This body is world-wide in
its jurisdiction. It is the supremo head of
tho order, and consists of delegates from
various Giand Lodges, of which there are
about ninety, Including Grand Lodges of
Aiigianci, ireianrt, Scotland, Australia, In
dia, South Africa, Swedes, Denmark. Nor
way, tho United States of America, Canada
nnel other countries.
They have In their Jurisdiction a total of
about 7,000 subordinate lodges with a mem
bership of atwut 300,000, consisting of per
sons of both sexes and of all colors, social
IHwitlons and religious creeds. The ritual
of tho order is published In ten languages to
meet the leipiirements of the various coun
tries In which It is established. Delegates
aro present from all parts of tho world. In
dueling Dr. II. J. Eddy, of Massachusetts,
and Sarah A. Leonard aud Charles Alberts,
INTERVIEW WITH RIEU
lie Statea There Were bat Klfht Killed
and Two Fatally Wounded at Ilatouclit
He Claims to be a Citizen of the United
St. Paul, Minn., Stay 27. A Winnipeg
special gies tho particulars of an interview
between RicI nnd nn officer who hod accom
panied tho former ou tho Northcoto to Sas
katoon. Rlel bitterly denounces the priests,
says they aro a selfish and meddlesomo class
and the cause of tho present troubles. He
had GOO men at Batouche and ISO on the
north side of tho rher. Eight wero killed
and two fatally wounded. Rlel says the
half-breeds did not rebel. They wero not
treated fairly and hopo for a treaty similar
to the ono made with the settled lialf-breeds
of Manitoba. Rlel claims to be a citizen of
the United States and hence not a traitor to
Canada, and this will probably bo his lino of
The Residence of Colonel T. C. Campbell
CrNciKKATi, May 27. The residence of
Colonel T. C. Campbell was totally destroyed
'by -fire at am early houf yesterday morning.
Mr. Campbell and bis wife havo been absent
since last Wednesday, leaving their two sons
at home with the gardnerand hlowlfe, the
latter acting as housekeetier. They became
angered at the sons and quit the house, leav
ing the, sons alone. Just before daylight
tho latter were awakened by the crackling of
burning wood. They found tho halls filled
with smoke and escaped by jumping from
asecend-story window. All the contents.
including n law library of 5,000 volumes and
valued at $15,000, were consumed. The
house was valued at $15,000 and thecontenU
at 85,000. partly coered by Insurance.
Tramps ltun a Freight Train.
Detroit, Mich., May 27. Three tramps
boarded a freight train on tho Detroit,
Grand Haven & Milwaukee road as It was
leailng Fort Gratiot Monday night, but
wero ordered off by the conductor. They
refused to go, and displaying revolvers de
clared they were bound to reach Detroit to
catch a circus, aud would rldo on the train
If they had to run It themselves. They got
on tho engine and commanded the engineer,
at the muzzle of a revolver to upon the
throttle and make the best time he knew
how under pain of death. The engineer
being at their. mercy, complied. They
jumped oft the train' a few miles from here
A Father's Mad Freak.
Indianapolis, May 27. The iVetos'
Manilla, Rush County, Ind., special says:
Monday night William Riley cut the throat
of his seven-year-old daughter, Bertie, and
then cut his own tin oat Their dead bodies
were found In bed next morning. Riley
and his wife separated two months ago
while living In this city, and Mrs. Riley re
turned to her parents, taking her child with
her. Riley followed a few elajs ago and
kidnapped the girl, taking her to the resi
dence of John Holbrook, a neighbor, where
he had gone to work. Mrs. Riley had begun
suit to recover possession of Ben tie, and the
case was to havo come up yesterday.
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 27. A pri
vate telegram from AshWlIe, N. O., an
nounces a shocking fratlcide near that place.
Charles and John York, sons of a prominent
citizen, wero out on n spree and got into s
quarrel over a trivial matter. Charles drew
a large knife and plunged It Into his broth
er's breast several times, killing him In
stantly. The murderer Is In jail.
Reception to Delegates to Luthran Synod.
IUnntsnuiio, Pa., May 27. A reception
was given last night to the delegates lo the
annual convention of tho Lutheran General
Synod which meets here to-day. Addresses
of welcome were delivered by Governor Pat
tison, Mayor Wilson and Rev. B. M. Mead,
of tho Southern Church, and were responded
to by several of the visitors. The Synod
will bo in session a week.
Two Negroes lynched.
Louisville, Ky., May 27. A special to
the Post from Franklin, Ky., says: Wesley
Hicks and Jerry Tjler, two negroes who
have been confined In jail hero for two
weeks past awaiting trial on two charges of
arson, wero taken from jail Monday nlgbt
and, after confessing their guilt, were
hanged to a tree just acioss the line in Ten
nessee. Stave Factories Burned.
Toledo, 0 May 27. A dispatch from
QpsFtown, a small town about twenty miles
east of here on tho Norwalk division of the
Laks Shore road received yosterday after
noon stated that the large stave factories
there were on fire and asked for aid. flrs
engine and hose cart was ssnt to their Mtis
General Samuel Ileatty round Dead.
Massixlon, May 27. General Samuel
Beatty, Sheriff of Stark County two terms,
Captain In tbe Mexican war, First Colossi
of the Nineteenth Ohio Regiment, and Brig
adier General of distiacUofa, wm found dead,
ot SMslexy, In an out building at his tarn
buss Bona Manukas, a
tbe Time of Closing tbe New Of
leans Exposition Extended
Until April Next.
The Question Discussed by the Cabinet hot
No Decision Reach edIohn Roach
will Make Another Triat-Trhy
of the Dolphin.
Wasiiinoton, May 27. Secretary Whit
ney has returned to Washington. Ho says
his Inspection of tho "Omaha" whllolnNew
York was Informal and that no conclusion
was reached, concerning the extravagant re
pairs of that vessel.
The President aptKilntcd tho following
postmasters: William Strohmclr, Ashland,
Pa., vleo William II. Lleb, resigned! David
K. Boycr, Tamaqua, Pa.; Samuel P. Kindt,
Shenandoah, Pa.; H. T. Davis, Orange,
Tex.; J. P. Keller, Laramie City, Wyoming;
L. Dowarel, Marengo, Iowa; James E. Kack
ley, Vlnccnnes, Ind.; Charles E. Weeks,
Jamestown, N. Y. Fifty fourth-class post
masters were also appointed, mostly to fill
vacancies caused by resignations, etc, but
of this number fifteen In Indlnna were re
moved, presumably for oirenslvo partisan
ship. Mr. Freeman, New York Commissioner to
the World's Exposition at New Orleans, has
oeen nere lorsctcrai etajs consulting with
members of the Cabinet, with a view to
having tho time for finally closing the Expo
sition extended until April next, the propo
sition being to close tho buildings during tho
Rummer months and reopen In November. At
the Cabinet meeting j cstenlay the question
was discussed, but without reaching a de
cision. The matter will probably bo set
nt Tlitnwl.iy's meeting. It Is undeistood,
however, that most of tho members held
that the KmhUIoii must close next Sunday.
Count lie Lmcntiry, the new Danish
Minister, was presented to President Cleve
land jesterelay by the Secretary of State.
Hon. Rufus Singer, of Indiana, received
his instructions as Minister to Norway and
Sweden nnel will sail for his jiost next week.
Dr. Thompson, the new Minister to Hnytl
will also sail for that country about June 1.
Ho has received Instructions to secure the
release of Mr. Van Bokkelen, of Now York,
now In a llavtlcn prlwm.
John Roach has written a letter to Secre
tary Whitney, stating that, although he cem
Rielcrs that be has compiled with all condi
tions and was lelli-vcil of all rcsinnslbHity
connected with tbo Dolphin after tho trial
trip of March 10, ho Is iM'rfoctly willing to
comply with the Secretary's request for an
other trial-trip on the Sound and sea on the
Indian Commissioner Atjcins and Ap
pointment Clerk Hassler, who have been in
New York opening tho bids for Indian sup
piles, hnvo returned. A saving of 8150,000
was effected over the contract prices of last
The committee of Treasury Department
officials appointed to open tho bids for dis
tinctive paper for use in making United
States' notes, bonds and certificates have
examined thoblds submitted and are ready
to submit their report to Secretary Manning
When lie returns t .WasUlnKton. The.com-'
mlttee In Its report recommended no rodclal
changes iu the design of notes, but simply
reiKirt what they think tbo most favorable
bid submitted to the committee. Secretary
Manning tiixm his return basing his action
on the report of the committee will make
Substitute for .Iinlgo Drake's Resolution.
Cincinnati, Mny 27. Rev. Dr. Philip
Schatf, one of tho revisers of theNew Testa
ment, offered the following subStUUiU 'yes
terday forjudge Drake's motion in the Gen
eral Assembly of (ho Presbyterian Church,
which was discussed for some time, and
Itemlreit, That It Is the deliberate opinion
of this assembly Unit tho itomun Cuthollo
Church, thoiiKh coirupt In many things, and
reaching tnnny errors, jot retaining, as it
eloes, bellor In the Holy Scriptures, the con
fession of Christ and tho fundamental
truths of Christianity, nro still a branch of
tho visible church of Christ, ami that the
tacrament of baptism publicly administered
by tho authorized Ministry In tho name of
tho Holy Trinity, tho Father. Son and Holy
Ohost, Is a truo ami valid original baptism,
which ought not and cannot bo repealed.
The Sloop 1'urltanl.aunched.
Boston, Mass., May 27. Tho Yankee
sloop Puritan, which Is designed to compete
In tho trial races for tho selection of the de
fender of tbo America's Cup was launched
yesterday in the prcsenco of a host of well
know n acfitsmen. She sits exactly as was
designed. Vlowed from behind her beam
appears unusually wide. Her bowsprit is
very longfor a'craf t of her size. Sho will be
sailed In tho Eastern Yacht Club races on
Wny SO, M7, as, SJ!) mill 30 and Friday
THE FAIRY OPERA.
THE NAIAD QUEEN
Til K OR ANDIIST ATTRACTION OK MOD
KKN TIMKS, rendere-l by oer three hundred
ami ttttr iwforiiicru in tlierlchist and most ele
iraotccMtunies ever displayed on the American
Wonderful Mechanism and Marvel
tius Aerial Effects.
No description cai convey an Idea of this
Matinee Friday 2 pm.
Prices, 75, 60 ami 2)ceuts.
B LACK'S Ot'UlA HOUSE.
Ihur.dny Evening, May SS,
REV. DR. A. G. BYEHS.
(Secretary ot tbe lloird of Slato Charities of
Dr, Byera la known throughout the United
Blatea lor lila or In irI-on reform, lie la re
garded aa one of Ohio's hapnlett lecturers, and Ills
auiject laoneoltlieuiost Intense Interest.
Admission 83, 3S and SO CeuU. Unserved
eut no iv nn .ale at the usual places.
We hare some rare bargains to otter tho people
ot -prlngdeld this Week, ho look oil forsouie
tbltiKlnnl e boo a for almost nothing.
60c. and 7Cc. hats lor 24e. $1,00 and
$1.50 hats fur 75c.
We do not tell the (leople to wait for new foods,
but hare Iheui now and all the time, anJot prices
that cone can compete with.
llemeiuber wet carry aa many goo Is as all tha
stores In "prlogtletd combined,
J. E. EHRENHART.