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WiaillNOTOR, June 13. Ohio Valley nml
Tennessee Local ralna generally, followed
by fair weather; atnttnuary temtierattirej
wlnda generally aoiilhwiatcrly. For t,owir
Hake region: Local ml in; stationary, fol
lowed by alight full In tetnemture; winds
ll an eiacling goddeja. KITiciency, and there
fore succeai, in one'a calling, depend upi n
adequate liealllij aud lieallh depends upon
CO npltance with llio requirements ol hygienic
law, chief among which are proper rVo I mid
proper Clothing. It Is the. prorir.ru ot the
When Clothing Htoro to tupply the lulu r
requisite ai far as It cornea within the scope
of Men's, Youlh'a, lloya' and Children' Cloth
ing, In audi coiiipiehennlre variety as to pine
belore our patrons the whole catalogue! ot
seasonable iiiillties in all the current Hyles.
At the tamo lituu consumers aavo all the in
termediate prulils liy buying directly from
the manulacturer and johher at Wholesale
Heeriiickera are active. Tourlsla ditto. Not
another dealer In towu make the Seersuckers
they're trying to Bell, Not another dialer
eloea a atrictly One I'rice business.
When we lowered the (Hoi I'antt (rom
G50 and 17.00 to $5 00; then I'inched
Worated Suita Irom $18.00 to $l'i.00; the
Cbildren'a Kilta from $3.00 and $4.00 to
$1.00; the handaome Coikscrew Worsted
Suita to $10.00, it waa with an eye to busl
neta. We anticipated the short season and
grasped the opportunity to unload while
others were sleeping. The telling success Is
now in our bank account.
Gentlemen's Unbleached ll.ilhriggan Under
wear, made ol Egyptian Cotton, which ranks
the highest in the underwear world, 75 its.
We hare almost the same, at 50 els, but, It
you test the two aorta together, you find Iho
virtues fought by the maker when he not s
the coatlleat cotton, more marked in the 75c.
than in the Doc. We may go lurther. This
75c. Underwear ol oura is dollar Underwear
elaesvhere. Accordingly, our 50c. under
wear ought to rank somewhere 70 or 75c.
Traveling Hags am in sight. You see a
bundrrd or two. You pay the most, or the
least or between. Straps added lor 15, 25
A quarter ol tho store holds Hoys' aud
Cbildren'a Clothing. It la our lortune to
hare, not alone the laigest stock, but the
largest trade in boys' and children's i lothlng
lloya' Sailors' went down last week. A hun
dred and seven auits went down to therhth,
aay nothing ol making nnd our profits; $1.'25,
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, etc.
The fines' Jersey Suits we've displayed thu
season are to be seen tomorrow or any day In
the week, $1.00, Another, not so line, $3.0(1;
and this Is the lowest Jersey we have.
To come and see costs you nothing. To
purchase, costs as little as at any place you'll
Springfield's Only One Price Manufacturing
Cloiblng Retailers at Wholesale I'rices.
Nkwakk, ()., June 13, The brakeman on
the 11. k O. II. II. are on a general strike.
The trouble la the result ol a reduction ol
forces on freight trains, made by removing
front brakeman off ol every freight train
drawn by mogul engines. L'lforts were
made to aend nut trains with only two brake
men. The brakeman claim that the state
law requires one man for every ten cars.
The mogul engioes are used only to draw
thirty cars. When tbe men saw that two
men would lie required to manage the train
a relutal waa made to go out aud trains were
kept at a sland-still. An attempt to send
out a train resulted in the brakeman
pulling the pins, cutting trains in ten or
twelve parts and threatening injuries to per
sons. One official threatened to shoot and
for a time it looked as though a not was im
minent. Two leadera ol the strike were ar
rested and placet! In jail, but were Boon re
leased by the advice ot the company's attorney
tor fear their confinement would lead to
greater excitement and lurther trouble. Con
ductors refused to go out without regular
crews. A number ot regultr Iraina are held.
There are about 300 brakemen here. All
A Murtlertir Coufesaoa.
VtNCKNNm, Ind., Juno 13 Frederick
Grote-Queu, who killed his wife, June I, has
made a complete confession of the crime to
the coroner. Ho says he Is nearly elxty-six
years ol age, that Ins wile bail been qutrel
ling with him lor years, and he has told her
be would kill her if she did not quit. On
the day of the murder he came homo to din
ner and found her knitting. She Itegan to
quarrel, He caught her by the throat and
they both lell out ot the kitchen together.
Ilia wile did not get up. He went aad got a
razor, and when he put it to bis wile's throat
sbe put her hand i n his and the razor tut her
throat. Ilu thiuks lie pushed the ra.or hard
enough without her litlp tu cut her throat.
Then he rut bis own throat teveral tlnns.
Now he says they may cut bis bead oil il
tbey wish to.
Nkw Voiik, June 13. Tho weekly state
ment of the associated banks, shows tho fol
lowing ihar.geit Loans, iucreane $r'IO,IOO;
specie Increase fuB3,IO0; legal tenders, In
crease 2,rU,00 depcmtJ, Increase .'I,3H1,
200; circulation, inrreaaa f-1,100; reserve,
Increase ll,0ti'j,200 llaoka hold fol.'.iVJ,
'J'l'j Id excess ot legal requirements.
Policy of Now Cabinet Outlined,
Soudan Campaign to be Ro
opened, Anglo - Russian
Question to be Sot
tlod on the Gran
A Noted Counterfeiter Arrosted,
Treasury Note Die, Almost
Empress Charlotte Recovering.
The French Gambling Resorts to
New llntlnli Ctliliiet unci Oiitllnrwir Pulley.
I.tmiiis, June 13. The Queen, it is said,
is delighted over (Hailstone's ilowiitull, mid
tho I'atiicllitcs who accomplished Ills over
throw uro going to ii.coiiuler the tianlt.fl
tlmis they ever hail. The .Matciuta ol Salis
bury, everybody begins to ate, lacks fell,
confidence, lie Inn been bold but never far
sighted as a leader of the opposition, but the
very moment the (Hailstone ministry
resigned, the Mitniuis ol Salisbury he&inio a
supplicant for public help and voived
he would not take Honor unless the Liberals
gave his government a sliuvv. Mr. Gladstone
never asked n rhow from unyhody. Die
Queen could net conceal her ttatisbiclion over
the change in polities, she mver lilted Mr.
Gladstone, he was too superior to etiquette,
could not littler nnd was impatient as n
state servant to the Throne. Her majesty
was so pleased over the prospect
ot agalu having a tory and
aristocrat at head ot airairs that she tele
graphed her acceptance ot Mr. Gladstone's
rtsigntttl n, aud by wire summoned the .Mar
quis of Salisbury to Balmoral to accept the
trust ot lormtng a new government. It is
understood that the Marquis o! Salisbury Mill
relraln Irutn tittering upon the wulk ot
lorming ft new cabinet until atttr he
lms belli coiilereucu with nil the
conservative leaders. Singular as
it may appear to Inreijjner", ttic chief political
iuleiest ol llri cms just now docs not teem to
lw in the constitution ot the new ministry,
tint primiplly in ihe loreign policy, ami
secondly in the Irih polity ol the Coti-erva-tive
government. Mr. I'arnell certain! is to
have the measure ol his ambition nearly
llllttl when he baa Bill ceded in making the
atlairs ot Iieltntl the molt Important
subject ol Itrllir.lt interest alter Ktgliah lor
eigu affairs. Mr. Gladstone's court ollicers
now ndiiilt he was never in harmony with
the (Jueen on any subjtct, nnd her Majesty
and the I'n mier disagree I bitterly in all their
discissions about Kngland's treign atoms.
Mr. Gladstone, It is said, rarely consulted the
Queen or iiilormetl her ot his detigns.
This arrangement, well informed cir
cles alum the Queen, say will strongly
favor a rcntwalut the Soiidtn campaign, the
detention and the settlement ot the Anglo
ItiHSia dispute on the basis ol the (Irauville
Grier's iirtement; a renewal of the alliance
with Geiinauy; an entente with Turkey, and
no special cultivation ot .in intetite with
France: a policy which lias been all along ap
proved by all the present otliciali in the Brit
ish loreign airairs, amongsl whom Gladstone
had become intended disliked.
The Manpiis ot Salisbury It'll Itslmoral
Castle lor London at 2 p. in. today, ami
lurther dbclosuics ol the policy ol the new
government is soon ciptcttd.
Arrettt tif Notetl Ciinlrrtiltr.
Ijo'isillk June 2.1. U.S. Marshal Gros
and detective Iliuer, returned from Versailles,
Ky, today, bringing Alono I'ugeta, one ol
the best known nnd most tkilllu counter
feiters lu the country, l'urgets' record cov
ers pages in books ol the government's secret
service who has pro luced some of the most
deceptive currency cut issued, lie bagnu
operating lu New York suit en years
ago, and has suite turned out his spurious
coin in nearly every state in the
Union. His work as afterwards recognized
by experts ami many efforts were made to
discover bis whereabouts v. Inch Marshal (Sroea
learned a lew days ago. Kuget win living in
a lonely hut ri'ar Versailles. The officer ar
rested him last night just as he was leaving
home in a buggy. Hundreds ot tools ot fin
est pattern were ciptured including a die ol
treasury notes that have given the most
trouble to the banks. Fuget lias been calling
hlmsell Fuzlne, is sixty-five years old and
looks old and decrepit, though ho is still
active aud ttrong.
Ilut'ask.i.s, June 1 I. Prom Brussels comes
a pleasaut letter concerning Kinprcm Charlotta
the unfortunate widow of Maxiinilliaii, of
Mexico, It states that a marvell mi improve
ment is noticeable in her condition. The
Kmpress enters her forty-sixth year on
Thursday last, and the physicians, who have
been attending her, have observed recently
that her lie alth has grown to tie cxielleut,
and that the malidy which for jears has op
pressed her brain has been gradually disap
pearing. No Mores Molitiy,
WAauiNUTON, Jiin 13. Secretary ol the
Treasury has notified custodians ol public
buildings throughout the country that the
appropriation lor payment of assistant custo
dians and janitors for thu iiirrtu, year is ex
hausted, and that they must not Incur ex
pt nse oftb.t character lor tho remainder of
the month unless employes will take their
clirnces for an appropriation for the purpose,
C'olutiilrilf to Main liiaiiritiirt.
Aiiuixov, Kits., June 13. Jacob M, Sinl'h
who tuns a big packing house in Kct Attbl-
sou was arrested this morning charged wilh
corispiring with two ol Ids c-uplojcs, John
lleriiilon mid N'igger Joe, to burn his patking
house. Smith made a lull coiilisslnn. The
plan was to blow the sa'e and fire tho build
ings, thus securing f."i,200 insurance. Smith
was a former citizen ol Quincy, III,, and bail
previously a good leputntion.
A Itllliel t'timiHit'er.
Paiiis, Juno 13. Stephen Phelcr,, (lie
lomr oser bus beiome totall) blind, as be is
ttoor, Robert Browning, Charles Hale and
Sir Frederick Ltlghlon have cct to work to
rnleu a fund lor bis support Irom Paris.
Altlror 11) ttintit li nml Wi't Virginia,.
I'lill.AliKM'ilU, I'., Juno 13. Major
Smith callid the Citizens Committee lor the
relief ol I'lymouth together, to-day, and read
tin in a letter from W, 1'.. I'ettltt and one
hundred and eighty others of Low (lap,
Cable county, W 'Vn., reciting tho starvation,
sickliest nnd fuHerlugln the community and
asked lor aid from this city. After some
disnis ion ns to the proper method of reach
ing and aiding these famine stricken people,
It was determined to appoint Robert M Mc
Wadc, of the Ledger, and Dr. M. S. Ficnch a
committee to visit Low Gap, and $1,000 was
placed In their handa to life as they may
deem best. They left for the scene ol their
A llinnnti KIaihI.
IIvANHrov, 111., Juno 13. For two or three
da)8 pail Michael I'rceres, of Hose, Hill, his
wife nnd two children, havo been attacked
with symptoms ot poison. A flster of
Mrf. Frccrcs, Mary Kletnnn, waa suqiecled,
ami yesterday nn investigation was mado of
the substance found In the soup, showing
that n Urge quantity of arsenic had been
used. Tho police arrested tbe woman. Leaa
than it year ago, it is aald, the lather, brother
and younger flster of Iho prisoner wero at
tacked with like symptoms, and nil died
within a short time. The prevailing opinion
is that the woman is insane, though Ibn nlll
cers say she conversed with them last night
in a most iittlnnal manner.
WAaAiMirov, Juno 13 The I'nsldcnt has
appointed Prank Gordon, of Georgia, princi
pal Clerk ol Surveys in the general land of
fice. Gordon is a young lawyer of Atlanta,
Georgia, son ol ex-Senator Gordon. He
succeeds Oscar Henrieiks, removed.
Aaron llratlshaw, Chairman of Hoard ol
Pension Appeals ol the Interior Department,
has been superseded by John Rogets, of K tn
sas. Mr. Rogers is said to ben lawyer ol
ability. His appointment waa urged by n
number ol influential Kansas Democrats. He
was n brigadier general attached to the Army
of the Tennessee.
French I'mnltling to b .Suppreiisml.
I'Aiita, June 1J. The Prench Government
has decided to suppress the gaming tables at
Monte Carlo, in Schoelchtf. The reporter to
the French senatorial committee which has
been Itivcttigntlog the entire subject of gam
bling at this famous resort, has written n let
ter to the association to break up the games,
Hint the government will no longer tolerate the
criminal enterprise carried on at Monte Carlo.
The Prince ot Morocco who owns the gam
bling establishment at Monte Carlo dec'ares
that the French Government has no jurisdic
tion over Ids property, and thai he will
resist the eflort to interlere with his business.
A Uoynl Quarrel I'tittftfl.
Liimion, Juno 13. The long-continued
quarrel between Qui en Victoria and her son
in law, Louis IV, Grand Duke of Hesse
Diirinstadl, Ihi'iiu'p of the latter's mnrga-alic
marriage to Madame Kaltimine, had, it is
said, been amicably ended. The duke, who,
belnre the tlisioeery of the Kaloinine all liar,
was lielievnl lobe a suitor for the hand of
I'rin. ess lleatrite, whom, according to report,
he was to marry as soon as Parliament passed
Ihe deceased wife's aister bill. He will now,
according to a recent announcement, soon be
married to the Princess Hilda, ol Hamull
Dessna. Oilltliwa Kllletl.
St. I.ofis, June 13. A Little Rock special
to the Post Dispatch sayf In Lifayette
county Sherilf Coney nnd pnssn have ciptured
a band of desperadoes w ho lor a long time haec
been operating in that and adjoining counties.
They recently murdered u negro named
Richards. Other persons have been robbed
anil killed. Two outlaws are reported to
liavp lieen killed by the (Hisse, and It is ex
pected that those ciptured will be taken from
the ollitera ami lycchi'd.
TtUKlio, ()., June LI. The Toledo base
ball dull formally di-oamled u.d iv, all t Hurts
to resusctaic it hating bien in vain. This
afternoon the (lib playttl a bent fit genie
with local amateurs. MiiSt ot the players
hao acupted olfers in other cities. Steumiir
and Cook are likily to go to the Mcts, though
they have au offer from Chicago. I'auu,
Kiurrx, McArthur ami H.iuiia will go to Sy
racuse; Wright to Osego; Scxteen to To
ledo; Morrison to Itiiflalu, lta nor to Ham
At Chicago Chiiago 17, Detroit!!.
At llalliinore Haltimorp 11, Pittsburg 10.
At Philadelphia Athilellcs l'.i, Lnuiswtlc
At New York Metropolitans !, St. Louis
At St. Louis St. Louis fi, UulTalo 2.
At Hosltin New York 7, Iloston 3.
At Providence Philadelphia 7, Providence
At Brooklyn Hrooklyn 11, Cincinnati 0.
Cholera In rsiuito
Maiiiiih, June 1J. There were five deaths
frum cholera lure today, and live fresh cases
were reported. In the city of Murcia, yester
day, twenty Itesh ease's were reported and
there were four deaths at other places in the
province of Mure. a dure were lilleen Irish
cases and eight deaths. In the proUuce ol
Castlllon there have been altogether But)
livo rates ol the Jiscise, and tlnrtj-six
('Il!i'il;u l.tt'C'tloli til lite Coltteatetl,
Ciiicac.o June 1.1. A meeting of the Citi
zens' Committee was held today for tho pur
pose of consldeiliig the ndvis ibility of mu
lcting the election lor mayor. The result
was the adoption of a resolution to contest,
anil a committee was appointed to take im
mediate action to that end.
tlovermir lloatlly nt Weal rulnt,
Wiwr Point, Juno 1 I. At the giadmtlng
exercises at West l'ulnt Militar) Academy to
day, Governor Homily, ot O! i., diilveretl au
address uu law, civil aud mil tary, nnd the
Secretary ol War delitered thu diplomas to
the graduating class with a brief address.
Alary .tntleroii im a Tourist.
Liimiiin, Juno 13, Miss Mary Andtrsuti is
touring in the I'ngllsh l.ske district, She is
at present sojourning at Like Windermlno,
ittitl spends her da8 in driving and ii climb
ing the mountains surrounding this beautilul
sheet ol water, undlieret filings boating,
A WliWlty Ilu tier huleltleM,
Liiuishi.lk, Juno 13 Lehman, senior
member ol the firm ot J. L. Lehman .1 Co.,
wholesale whisky dealers, suicided this alter
noon by going into the cellar beneath Ids
store and shooting himself hi themiiiiili wilh
a pistol. No cause is assigned,
Not Vt-l Ac et'isteil.
LosnoN, June I.I. It is itnuounied that
the Marquis of Salisbury has not yet ac
cepttd Iho olliie ol Preiultr.
fiociAL uowiii' ron tiik bvnkay
A Unity Time, Hut no Koelal Events-Tlie
Detlrata Color of Orange HIomoiiin
Attntit to lrint" ha Atmosphere ttf
tlie West I'.tiet A Contornplateil l'lc-nlc
SHU In Ciiiiteniplntlon-Atlootl Week for
Vlmtora IHitlugulnhnd Otimtii anil Who
K.iitertnlnetl Them-Cntulnca anil (IiiIiik
of Our Own People.
The paat week has hota an exceedingly
busy onj for Springfield toclety people,
though there have been no cents of a dis
tinctively social nature worthy ol remark.
The first two evenings of the week were filled
lu by the Academic Kxlilbltlon and the Sem
inary nnd High School Oommencementa, nil
of whlili have been fully" described in the
columns ol thts-a-iatiy O.-ll. The next day
the Convention guests arilvc 1, nnd everyone
was busy receiving guests who were fortu
nate enough to miti relatives or friends in
the city. In tho evening 'nil waa excitement,
nnd so it continued until Plday morning, by
which tlmo everyone waj ao (aligned aud
worn out that any lurthei social
effort during the; .week was Impossible.
On Wednesday andTburaday many quiet
little dinners ar.el tea were erjoyed
with one or tnjre diMingulshed guests
to enliven the family cln'o; but there was
no time lor anything like a regular dinner
party or evening recepliob.
Tho rumor printed In Ihla column two
weeks ago that a long 'expected event on
West High street would shortly occur evi
dently had its toundatiou In (act, lor last
Thursday invila'lons were lsued for the
wedding ot Mr. Harry Frer and Mis) Hello
Mast, the marriage ceremony to take place
at the Mast residence on West High street at
8 o'clock p. m. on Thursday, June 18. Hut
the most of those who atole a march on time
and visited tbelr dressmakers nnd tailors a
week ago In nnticipatoa ol n large and fash
ionable wedding, need be in no hurry about
having the work finished, lor tbe bids are
confined to the relatives and more intimate
Iricnds ol Iho contracting parties; and It
will bo two or three months
before they can use their
purplo and fine linen for a similar event on
North Limestone street. It la intended that
the Mast-Frey wedding ahalT be a very quiet
and modest affair.
A dancing party at Yellow Springs for last
Friday evening waa put on the tapis during
tho early part ol Iho week; but when the
time came 'round, everyone was so com
pletely vsi-d up wltli the In'lgue of the two
prtcetling ilats that it whs .indefinitely post
poned. When it conns off it will probably
le in the form of an all-day picnic at Clilton,
with n basket lunch at noon, nnd with tennis
ami other pleasures to la-guile tho time,
winding up in the evening Willi a supper and
dance at the Springs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew O.'Jlack will cele
brates there silver wrddlng-Ilorrow evening
at their residence on South Market alrccl.
Miss Dow, of the Springfield Seminary,
will be the guest ol Mrs. Charles Rowley, of
Last High street, until August.
Mrs. Charlca R. White has recoved suffi
ciently to tako the air in bcr carriage on
Mr. Frauk Webb succeeded in tearing him
self away from the social attractions ol Lnon
long enough to take in the Convention.
Mr. II P. Hyatt and Mr. Gus Held In, ol
1'indlay Ohio, were the guests ol Mrs. John
W. Ilalwin, of South Market street, last
MIjs Lucy Chance, ol Urbuna, visited her
cousin, Miss Laura Seitz, during the past
week, reluming home on Thursday.
Ralph I! irlholomew went to Kenton latt
Thursday evening to spend iho night with
Tom Simpson, ot Detroit, who was brought
tu Kenton by business matters.
II Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luyraon, of San
dusky, are visiting Mrs. Laymon's sister,
Mrs. II. P.Thiebaud, ol No. 2C5 North Lime
Miss Jennie Ankeny, of Xenia, Iho guest
of Miss Fannie Foley during tho Convention,
returned homo jesterday morning.
Col. Grc.cc, of Cirtlevllle, waa entertained
by ex-Senator T. J. Pnngle during the lalo
Col. Will Tolford, ol Columbus, greeted
many old friends among tho Spriugfield so
ciety people during bis briel stay last week.
Mr. V.. L. Iluchwalter's lather and mother
visited him duricg the convention.
Mrs. Mitchell Ilurton, ot Cic.innati, spent
the past week with her mother, Mrs. Robert
Johnson, of South Market street,
Mr. Robert Rodgers aud family havu re
moved their penates to No. !! North Lime
Mrs. Huffman and Mrs. Hawks, of Cirde
vllle, are the guests of Henry Baldwin's
family, of Hast High street.
Mrs. Dr. Casnar entertained her sister Irom
New Yoik diinug the post week.
Mr. and Mrs, Morgan, of Cincinnati, are
visiting at Captain llushneU's residence on
Last High stieet.
nss Liza F.rwin, of Dayton, sja'nt Thurs
day with a party ot triends in this city.
Messrs Charles Craighead, Will Iddlngs
and Grafton Kennedy, who aro well known
in Springfuld society circles, camo up from
Dayton to take in the Convention,
Mr, Jim Forsker, brother ot the next Gov
ernor, vlmlcd his aunt, Mrs. Morse, ol -.1
West High street, during the Convention.
Mr. George Drew, ol Cincinnati, was bril
liantly entertained by a Springfield belledur
lug the 'event,"
M', (' M. li Wiseman, ol Lancnrter, father
of II rry Wiseman, loul an opportuiiit) to
hake hail Is with mail) relatives and obi
Irieud. in Springfield during tbe past week.
Misses Dolly and l.mily Warder are ex.
peeled home this week from Philadelphia.
Miss Lockwood, ot that city, will return with
them and remain their guest during the early
part ol the summer.
Among numerous other presents, Miss
Anna Black reieivnl a haudsome diamond
ring from lit r father, on the otcasijii of her
graduition at tho Seminary Commence-
- - menl la Tuesday ev tiling,
I jr. Frank Goodhue, of Cincinnati, was
enttrtnlncd during tho convention by Mr,
Frank (', Goode, of North Limestone slieot.
Mr. Frank llarlholomcw returned from bis
Western trip last Sunday morning,
Will Johnson, of Piqua, and Harry Taylor
of Wist Liberty, were the guests ot Mr. Har
ry Hank, of Last High street, during the past
Mr. Monette, of Crestline, visited Mr. Chase
Stewart during the convention. Tho belles
of tho vlllaage, however, proved ol greater at
traction to him than the big show on Miitke
square. Miss Kiln Douglas and Miss Laura Coles
returned Friday noon, having completed their
first year at the Young Lnd ca Academy, at
Winchester, Vn. The cllmat of the Old Do
minion seems to have acted vey handsomely
by them, lor tbey return talW ami even
more beautiful than when they lelt.
Major McKlnlcy lound very pleasant quar
ters while the convention bis led witli bis old
friend, Mr. George II. Prey.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus C. Matthews returned to
Chicago last Monday.
Col. Hope, ot Fiudlny, and Judge R. A.
Harrison, ot Columbus, wero guests at the
Howinan residence on Cliff avenue during
Ihe recent excittment.
Getierat Dawes, of Marietta, found a quiet
retreat from the political hotne9s under the
protecting shadow of Christ church rectory,
with Rev. Dr. Rose aa his host.
Kx-Congressman Hen llutterworth was the
guest of Jnsjn Phillips while in the city.
Miss Dana Hunt, of (Miami, is visiting
Miss Mattle Rewlini, of Hast High strict.
Judge William Lawrence, of Hellelontaine,
ex. Comptroller of the Treasury, visited his
friends here last Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. George Perkins, of South Market
street, entertained a little party of visiting
statesmen and journalists at dinner last
Mr. Mert. M. Hedges left Friday evening
for a short business trip through northern and
General Kennedy took tea and spent a
quiet evening with Ihe family ot Mr. Wm.
lllack, ot North Limestone atreet, Wednesday.
Miss Aquerone, of the Seminary, will re
main in the city until August, as the guest ot
Miss Bow m vn, at her resi 'encu on Cliff ave.
Mrs. I).. Seys is rapidly recovering from a
Mys. K. L. Iluchwalter leaves tomorrow for
a visit to her sister In New York.
Judge Joeph W. O'Neall, chairman ol the
Stale Central Committee, dinetl with Mr.
Frank C. Goode last Wednesday.
When the .Springfield cirls saw Dr. Will
Freeman at the sec claries' table last Thurs
day, tlioy declared that he is still fully as
handsome aa when they danced and flirted
witli him, as a member of tbe Governors
Guard, at Yellow Springs three years ago.
Those In the covenllon who cast their eyes
toward the stage, saw there arrayed the
(lower and beauty of Springfield society
Among the laces familiar in social circles
were: Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bowman, Mr. nnd
Mrs. IM Bowman, Miss II twmau, Miss
Aqurron, Miei Laura Bowman, Mr. and Mrs
Oscar Martin, Mr and Mrs. T. F. McGrew,
sr., Miss Nora White, Miss Hattic Phelpst
Miss Mary Hodgers, Miss Carrie Douglass1
Mrs. William llleck. Miss Fannie Foley, Miss
Hattic lliishnell, Mrs. Morgan, of Cincinnati,
Miss Alico Goode, Miss Anna llildwiu, Mrs.
Hawks, M'ss L'u Baldwin, Miss Huffman.
Ml'sn Minnie and Dleanor Bebjwin, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Dr. Falconer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles iv
Winters, Miss Mary Casclly, Misses Sarah and
Minnie Cummmgs, Mrs. Purcell, Miss Myers,
Mr. ami Mrs. Ilurr Wright, Mrs. T. F.
McGrew, jr., Mr. and Mrs J. Frank McGrew,
Miss Susie llillard, Mrs. Judge. J. C. Miller,
Miss Djw- and Mrs. J. 11. Thomas.
Mr. Will Dounell Is now on a tour ol in
spection through Kansas. He thinks ot lo
cating at Beatrice, Nebraska.
Louis Doupc is in the Citizens National
Bank ot DerMoines, Iowa. lie expresses
himsidl as highly pleastd with bis business
and with the tow n.
Will Bow in in is ac ling tlie rule ol honest
fanner on the estate mar Henlrite, Nebraska,
presenlcd to him by his lather.
Miss 111-. Wilson, o! Hist High street, is
rusticating in the Southern part of Iho State.
Mr. Charles Ciok, of Canton, and Frauk
Warden, City Sultciior of Newark, who wero
here for the convention, hare some warm
friends among the society people of this city.
Miss Nellie Shepherd, ot Mechnnicsburg,
came down tor the "Naiad Queen" Thursday
Hon. 0. P. L. Butler, nnd wife, of Colum
but.Jspent the week with Mrs. E. M. Doty, of
Gen. Bcutty was the guest of Mr. George
II. Prey, while he could escape Irons is du
ties at tho Arcade.
Hon. P. H. D. McGinley, ot Lafayette, lnd ,
who has been visillug during tho past weei.
at the re.-i.li nceot his sister, Mrs, II. M. Shep
herd on Kast High street, lilt tor his borne,
yislerdii morning, via Cincinnati.
Mr. Smlcj Sheplnrd, editor of the Loudon
Tunes, was the guest ol Ins brother, Mi. II.
M Shepherd, during the Convention.
Mr. and Mrs D. P.Spain, ol Mm tiauici.hu g,
spent convention weik among relatives here.
Mrs. I'uller Trump, accompanied b) her
niece, Miss Mauiio Wiuslow, left yt sterility
morning lur a brief visit with Iriendsut Lan
Miss Dixon, ol Leavenworth, Kansas, who
has beiii lor some time the guest ul Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Little, returns huiiiu to-morrow.
Miss Nellie Johnson delighted her Irknils
yislerday by returning home a couple ol
weeks earlier than they txpected lit r.
Judge Foraker was tho recipient of two
biniuets last Thursday. One, "lor luik" a
large, handsome one, presented In Iho morn
ing by onr market master, Mr. A. S. Way.
Tho other on account ot his luck presented
just alter his nomination by a litlla colored
boy who was boosted upon Iho stage by the
reporters and who received in return a hearty
hiind-shaki) from the next Governor ol Ohio.
Teu couple, one ol thu jollltst crowds that
ever lelt the city, aro sp-nding thu day at
Yellow Springs. Wo do not give their
HltliTIIKKN IN II0NDS
ii iijxvuiti.Mi.i rnou iiik suviikt
1 he Current New a anil (lo-udii of the t.oclc"
I toom A in one tlite .M nautili. -Hrethriti! of
the Three Mules Knlsllta of I'jllihls-
tlratitl Army ISottsa Ortlrr of the Iron
Hall Chtmeli friends
I. (I. O. 1'.
Lone Star Lodge, No. 732, eclttiratcB Ha
first anniversary next Monday evening.
Mtinr, speaking and a handiome supper are
to make up the pleasure ol the evening,
livery one who attends is expected lo bring a
(lie he Lodge, No. 381, conferre-d the Sec
ond Degree on two candidates lust Wednes
day t veiling.
Kphritim Lodge, No. 1 II, on Friday even
ing had two visitors, Brothers 0. 0. Fried
and Samuel Myers. This was a red letter
Brother John S. Wade, of Versailles, O.,
was a visitor at Kpliriam Lodge Friday even
ing. Brother Granville Wones last Friday even
ing recived his commission as District Dc
uty Grand Master for Clark county. The
moistening process will be put tn motion
Past Grand Masters W. S. Cat pellar, ol Cin
cinnati, and T. S. A. Vansclver, of Nornnlk,
Past Grand l'atnarilis John M. Vandeman,
ol Washington, 0. IL, and J. B. Sheridan,
of McConnelsville, were delegates to the
Next Tuesday evening is the regular mec'
ing night of Mad River '.neampment. The
regular election of ollicers will be held on
The Degree Stall ol Lphraim Lodge will
have work in the First and Second Degrees
next Friday night. All mi mbers of the
staff arc expected to be on hand.
Bro. Will llirsh lias a pet on the back of
his neck and always looks .straight to the
Ktilchta of I'jtluuii.
Moncritffe Lodge, No. 3 I, held a regular
meeting last Friday evening, at which time
ha', little aside from the rtgular business was
done. One applicant was elected, and one
brother's ratnc was dropped Irom tho list of
those drnwlug benefits.
Bro. IJ. U. Hayden left last ever ing for
Coldwater, Mich., with tbe remains id bis
lumber, who died Fridiy night utter long
sufft ring, the result of a cancer.
The I.xecutive Committee was to have met
last Friday evening alter Ihe regular meeting
of tlie Lodge to receive retorts from tlie sub
committees; but Bro. Jellenes was the only
one present, 'ihe comtuitttes were nil present
or represented except the one on amuse
ments which is probably tho most important.
A meeting is called lor next Tuesday evening
In the reception room o I Division It.
Ilro. I. J. Miesse, ol Dccutnr, Indiana, has
been the gueat ot his norr, Harry, fjr i few
daya, and returned home last Saturday.'
The Ilrother whosees no good in thai pro
fessions ot another is generally n. g. him
self. livery brother who served upon any of the
dtfferent committees, concerning tlie Grand
Lodge, is requested to be at the meeting in
the reception room of Division II next Tues
ilty evcuing nt I o'clock, promptly. tThe
meeting promists to be interesting
To tho newly elected ollicers we say.
"mimonze the charges."
There are at present about 2,000 LoJges
aud 110,000 Knights in the Unitid Mates,
and a tuturu lull of hope and promise.
Division 31 will have their regular meeting
lor drill next Wednisday evening. The la
dles ol the division are riquested to 'no pres
ent. The social that was to have been held next
Wednesday evening has been postponed for
one week in order to make the arrangements
more perfect. No. it has been givir g com
plimentary socials of a high order during the
past winter, iml now proposes giving tins one
more and charging an admission in order to
raise money for ncn-ssary ipen-es that will
accrue duringtlicir anticipated trip to Cleve
land in August to attend tlie encampment.
They ask their Iricnds to come ami assist in
milking this a financial unices?
Sir Knight Lieut. Commander, J. B. Fellows,
Division 41, has become quite proficient in
the sword exercise.
(1. A. It.
The meeting last Thursday evening was
very brief on account ot tin tatiguc lollowi'g
A communication was reicived from tlie
President of Aniloch College, of Yellow
Springs, ollerlug the use of the
campus for all Grand Army men wlio di in
to attend the tlnlicition ot thu aMidi-n's tab
let on comtnenceintiit nixt Weduesdiy.
Tliosu who desire to partake ol tlie com
mencement dinnir can do so by paying n
quarter. Those who desire to su at the
feast are requested to band in their names to
comrade J. M N infer at the Anaile Grocery
no later than L -morrow evening
Secretary Shew alttr forwarded to the De
partment Hindquarters last Wcdii' sday a
statement ol the number ot members in tin
I'os', ill order lo fi the number of delegates
lo the Natloral l!ucampuieut at Portland,
Maine, June 21. By its show ing, Miichell
i'ost contains 203 mimtcrs in gootlsttuding
A commuuiciitiou has been received
Irom the Ohio Department Head
quarters saying thai certain parlies
not members of the G. A. It. nie manufac
turing and selling to ComradtS, unauthorized
and spuilous tiitmbership hedges. It warns
the uiembirs of the order against wiaiing
any other membtrship hedges than tlie onis
supplied by National Headquarters.
Commander Brown suggested that all orders
ami other ceimmuniiiititi,s Irom Heudqutr
Itrs be hullctliifd in the l'ost room lor a lew
weeks before being tiled away. The sugges
tion, is a good one and will doubtless he car
Hosts ol old soldiers, some ol whom had
not teen each other since the war, griispitl
eich other's hands In hi arty greeting during
the convention. On the ticket are lour men
who wore the blue anil sullered the hardships
ol camp, march and battle. They are For
aker, Kennedy, Brown and Jones,
Council No. 17 meets Tuesday evening.
There will bo an initiation. The semi-annual
reports are to be mado to tLe Supreme Coun
cil. The time Ins expired for the per capita
tax and qunrlcrly dues. All members nro re
quested tu bo present.
The nutnbi r of members In the order on
June 1, was 11,210, showing n rapid Increase
of membership (or tho y cut.
Branch hH of the Order or the Iron Hall
hold the lat meeting of tlie present quarter
next Wednesday night. Tbe regular eenil
nnnual reports are to lai made, the rcr cnplta
tsx for the Supreme Sitting la dti, and as
sessment No. 01 falls due on June 10.
Brother Joseph Saxc has received his Anr
rant for five weeks sickness, entitling him to
a very comfortable sum,
Clark Lodge, No. 101, conferred the F, O.
degree on several candidates last Friday
State 1 convocation of Springfield Chapt-r,
No. 18, occurs tomorrow evening. Work In
the Murk degree.
Special conclave of Palestine Commnndery,
No. 33, occurs next Friday evening, fur work
in the Order of the Temple.
Sir Jacob Randall, of Wnyne.-v Kt.t.i.nd
Captain of the (luird, wasn dtbg i' u tie
There will be a stated rommnnu ation of
Anthony Lodge, No. 1.10, P. nml A M lues
day t veiling, Juno Hi.
ii. i Tiir.ii inn. i.
In I'ollre Cirri,. for satuntny Nllit
ritiiiilscutill-i Itettrelliivvalilp intt lla t n
A SalurJay night inckct on u-rcd u the
early part ot the evening, but the arm punts
escaped belore the police appeared
A telephone message received at ,.ub e
hiadquartcrs late last night stated that a man
residing on the corner ol Race aud Mam
streets was lost. It was decided to M u in
roam until daylight when be woiul ' aoic
to read the signs nnd find bis way ' oruc
Ton. McDonald and, Tom. Fob v, a in
of notorious toughs ol the ' Hill" v. ere i , :i
last night by ollicers Nicklas mil a i i r
raising it racket in a saloon on their on1
At midnight William Walker, n young
colored citizen walked in from Hist niri el lo
headquarters to havo his cojsln .1 II. Walk, r
arrested. He stated that the stud cousin had
been living for some weeks with a woman
who was not his wife; that the J ii had
returned home nn hour liclore and, fin In
him (William) where lie should mi h . b.ul
objected very emphatically with it boot Wil
liam ili Sired to havo his coih..i locked
up for this unkind treatment, but was in
lormitl that ho lnd best let the matter drop.
About 10:30 last night J II. Tut kt r re
siding at the corner of Esex mid 1 ,er
streets, bunted up Inspector Boy 1 an 1 a i ed
that his wile be taken care ot. He said that
he had left home, and, returning a lew hours
earlier than he was expected, found the bou
locked. When he succeeded in efTe-ciing nn
entrance he found tho twd-ruoui elso lo'Ked.
Ho ha 1 a key to this, i.nd, his -uspieions
being aroused, he lost no time in kuoking,
but opeued it at once. A giauce
showed him that his loinuoal
happiness was at anenu, and heu'taike-d his
wife's paramour with a cane. Tin t, i, ,
made Ins escape leaving his co.it a id n i'
hind him. Mr. Tucker then turm 1 to i. -.
guilty wifo who immediately wet fit , a lit
ol hysterics, vowing she would kill lurvli
and her child too. The wagou iuli
and made a visit to the house, lint foiin 1 thai
Mrs. Tucker was in no mood to t -.d eiUa r
her own life or tint of her child. A 1 brurv
curd was found in tlie pocket of i i i net
bearing tbe name of Micharl .1 II ' v a
machines! residing No. 178 Clilton su. 1 1 u ul
it is supposed the card belonged lo tin vviau r
of the coat. Mr. Tucker vvouli nut rtuiuu
at the house, but spent the rest ol the n r".i
at the resilience ot his ustei. A divoree will
be applied for nt once.
Unless the Armstroug divorce - nt, in
which petition anil counter retiliou wen
hied in Common Pleas last week, is mini ' -unsed
some startling developments arc ex
peeted in the trial.
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At tlie HeJncmUv Mint I net etch ul mui 1
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jK'rforui incc i.vutt aa tniniu rim h ir-.. - h u
vtulk up o'alrK at .ID p tu., e Im sJu inu v
i-atunliiy, and at 7 p in other. 1ms lh i, i
Hill iu .ike a piiratlu uir ihpiin iiul-tii.cn,
leaving tho 1 .pnne Jaln.r (tr.nl ilk M.u
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