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'J'ril'3 HI'KINGKIKI.K (H.OIIU, I
volume v. rumtr ayr (
SPliENGFJLELl3, 01110, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25, 1885.
THE MlllIjrOI-;iElL.I ItKl'lTHTIO
vauiuw AkAjit nuuiner s;zi
WAmiiNiiTot, Aiik- 21 I'or Ohio Valley
mill Trnnmscv 1'alr vtintlirr In Tennessee,
ltxal raltis In Ohio Valley, (Unlit Inll In tftn
lioralure, variablo wind?,
Black and flno somohow bolong
togcthor. Not that evorythiny
black is fine or ought to be, but
the finest of drossy suits for gc .
tlemon are apt to be black.
We, as makers, noed tj set tp
the very highest standard in black.
We do, and besides tons of tho tol
erable sort. Not evoryone wants
the very tleokest, finest, costliest
suits. Not everyone feels to pay
the very highest standard prices.
This necessitates the manufacture
of the several sorts, for tha sev
eral sorts of buyers. We have
them all, from black corkscrew
worsteds at $10 and $12 through
the various qualities of interme
diates, $15, $18, $19, $20, to Hie
finest of made to measure suits,
which from skilled buying, skilled
making, added to experience in
catering to the many wants, gives
assurance enough that this ought
to be the majority outfitting es
tablishment of Clark county. Is it?
To be a lie to buy, make and sell
the finest clothes in black is reck
oned one of tho highest achieve
ments in merchandising To de
grado one's trado with competi
tion trash is easy. Where tho
highest notions of quality prevail
we may also look for the more
sub.tantal and less luxurious
merchandise as well.
Not a ghost nf a trick in soiling
neckwear. Tho trick's in the
Would you think it possible for
our combination of rotailing houses
through the wost to soil ono by
one the entiro production of cne
of the largest neckwear factories
in the east? It's advantages of
this kind that onablo us to drop
the goods at the consumer's door
at prices equally as low as the
ordinary dealer pays t e jobber
for his stock.
If pricos and quantity to pick
from are of any account to you as
wearers of fine neckwear, there's
but one buying place in the city.
Remember the "Seal" shirt and
where you saw it. The long line
of working shirts.
Remember our hat advantago;,
our umbrella stock. Rubber coats
fjr men and boys.
Remember our prices on 4-ply
linen collars and cuffs and laun
dried shirts to match.
Remember the rack of suspen
ders in he corner, from one to
Remember us in hosiery and
fiie underwear, end above all,
the immensity if our jean drawer
SirliiKllelil'D Only Onu l'rlco Miiniiiiii"
turing (,'liitlilnt,' unil Furnishing He
lailrrri, '-.' ifHil i!7 Weil Main SI.
ucami (h:ua hoiwi:
Two McM lintl t.iilutilliv Minim-,-, I'rlila)
mill aturilti). A UK"" :Hainl tilt.
Greeting from the Orient !
Y OUtlDK 111
tiik suhmimi: m.u:it or ja.mx i
WILBUR GOIC UPEfTA CD.
Will prem-iit Gilbert .1 Kiilllvan's l.iteal ami Hot
JAi,.NI.K. IN l.VI UY 1'AniKIJl.Alt.
New Yorl, Cliirlniiall, Clevo'auil ami I'lttiburK
tbarmeil wllli the Jaiii",liiiiiiil-eiil
tifailllo. iii,ilut music, J ipAluite
btae elicits and winery.
l'rlrea S'i, iU ami Tat, Mutlnie ( hlldicn J'i,
I'itt--aturlay iiiitlntt-, by iotll rennixi. MAf
Male of tiata now open at usual place.
WHITNEY'S PATENT BUREAU.
nPClrPC- 6 Kellr'i Arcade, Springfield, Ohio
Urrltta, n.w Cor 4th & Rare Cincinnati
WAN I Hi I'AKIM.U A young lain wllli !.!,
(nil tu J. .In aimlliir yuunrf man In wlmliaalu
ml miuiiiludoii butlliOM, tlala til, A.i'lv at
American gTfr , ,. ,
KwJavSinJ for Inf carnation.
FOUR l'LUOKY SAILORS.
in., havt. ii:ti,i.Kii and ii in
yn.vsTi:i:iin nyi:n mm i.j.i:
All llitt llt-.t I.i-avii till IMntnnaleil null
WiitttrltigKi-il llnrk Itrlliiliea Out on tin
Aliunde, lint Tllry Choline, tu Htlrk by
Nfcw Yoiik, Aug. 2ft. Tho sii-atuslilp
Zaanilani (it In yesterday, alter h lutnultiiuus
pe'saite ul fllttcn days Irora Amsterdam,
with tlKht of tlie crew or the llilllali bark
Hrimlga, Capt. Uil'.'er, which she encounter
ul on Ian Thursday altcrooon about 200
miles east of llnlifHi, The bark's main and
inln-ninnsts were, gone, ami the exposed work
of her deck hail laen washed away, and he
had seven liet ol water In her hold. She.
win Ki'iB laborously northward under jibi,
lorcsalls and foretopHallant sail bent on n
jury mast made ol'a foretop royal yard lashed
to tho stump ot the malnniHSt.
Capt, 1'otjtrof the Ze uidain sentout a boat
to Iho Imrk and Inquired ir she wanted any
help. Cnjit. Geizler said he had three Injured
seamen that ho wanttil taken oft", and that ho
v, as short ol provisions. The three men were
helped Into the boat and weic rowed to the
Ziniidain and curried 011 board. The boat then
relurnid to the bark laaen jvith provisions.
The more ol her men said they wanted to be
riinlernd to the steamship, and they were
nweil thither. Capt. Oeilier said he projioaed
to slick uy his ship and steer her Into Halifax
or into Davy Jones's loclcr, whether anybody
stayed aboard with him or not. Kirst Mate
Hendcrbark, Second Mate Olseu, and the
steward declared that they would sti nd by
thtir skipper. Capt. l'otjer offered to tow
the bails in, but the offer was declined, and
the Ztaudam steamed away from the batten d,
broken, waler-loRpcd. and crcwless vcstel.
The Urinilgii led Westbury, .Vova Scotia,
nltli h cargo ol spr.ice lumber lor Liverpool.
A shilling east. northeast wind sprang up on
the afternoon ol Aug. !) out ol n clear aky.
The wind momentarily Incree'ed In violence.
All Imnds were called at 11 o'clock at night
to get tho balk ou the starboiml tack, hho
wi' nciirlj on her be..m ends.
Seaman llnidiicks Samola tried to obey
the lap' lin'a command to put the helm hard
up, but he could not manage It. Tho wheel
wriuched his Lit arm violently, and threw
him headlong on the deck. He was carried
Into the cabin and Andrew Hakem took Ins
place, only to b'jsti uck down by the wheel
His lilt leg was badly huu and his head was
cut. Two iniinen then took the helm, and
the Imrk was gradually brought about on the
disired tack. The gale died away suddenly,
and all hiinds were ordend to the pumps to
get ml ol sumo of the lour leet ol water that
had rushiil iner and Into her while
she was leaii'ng to starboard with her
yard a ms norly dipping into the
sea. She then hid only her mainlopsail set.
Another pile aprang out ol the southeast as
quickly as the ht nad sulnided. It blew the
mn'otopsi'l clean from the bolt ropes, sending
It sky w aid like a big aqi Mic bird. The fort
topmast Slav ill was Immediately set, and
went lljlng a.ter the ma'm if 3r'l. A moment
later the bark wrs on her b im ends, with
her yard arms in the a. She wn so far
gone that it wri Impossible to right
her, aud tint skipr r ordered tho tnlzen
rigging cut aw y. This w i done with diffi
culty, and tne mienmasl crashed oier the
s'lrlmnrdra'l. Theraai imastwassentallerthe
inizn before she began to get on herleet. Sho
arose gradually and tell otl b-foro the wind.
Wlnlo she was down the s-as washed off the
galley, smashed tho wheel to Hinders, bi"st
otl the forecastle door, broke all the pump
gear, and tore away the lower and upper tor
sail yards, w hlch dangled bj the canvi a. The
crew went to work pl'ching over all the lum
ber on di ck that had not been carried away,
and rigging the jury mast. At. 'I a. in. the
wind eased up and hauled to the westward.
Si aman Charles I'eterson, who had been at
work twenty ''our hours, liecame exhausted
while on the fotelojmir tand fell to the deck,
breaking one arm, badly cutting the other,
and receiving seieral ugly rcilp wounds.
From the lOlh to the liilh tint bark made
no headway. Duilng this time the men slipt
on the. dcik, as tier thing lielow wm water
soaked. The steward, all of whose utensils
were washed away, cooked the food on pieces
ol thin iton rudely i hloned into pans. The
tare was silt Uet and baked dough, all the
hard bi cult having been rendered U'cless bv
the water. Capt. (leitzler called the men aft
on Monday last and addressed them thus:
' We hale bien sailing eight days and not
gaining an inch. I projose that we do one
ol two things make sail for St. Thorn or
hunt; around until we get a chance to be taken
otl' b) a parsing stunner."
The men had a talk among themselves, and
aunouucid that they were in lavor of getting
northward in the track ol steamships.
Tim men think there it little chance of the
captain and his tbrre volunteers getting into
llalilax alive ou the water-logged bark. The
Ktrurm spoke the Imrk on Friday only a
short distance from the place where the Zaan
ilimi took off her irew.
Mint by a lIurKlitr.
WoMiiiAihiiuitii, 1'h., Aug. J 5 In the vil
ltge ot Duncansville, live miles Irom here, on
Wednesday night, Aug. 12, two burglars, af
ter breaking Into several houses in Newry, un
adjoining vilifge, and tecuring two gold
waUhisanda large sum ol money, entered
the r""idente of (! rge Clough, who worked
in the Duncansville rolling mills, aud who on
that day r ceivid his mouth's ay, Ily means
of n ladder the bjiglarscl'mhed IntoClough's
bedroom, where a light wes dimly burning
In iiimtnaglng tbruugh the bureaus the
thieies happened 1 1 make a slight noise.
Clough awoke and saw one man In the room
and tin' other at the window. He eat up in
bid and prepared giapple with the lirst In
truder, who srM, "Lie still. or I'll shoot juul"
Clough being but half awake, hardly lotupri
prehemled his peril, and was in the act of
jumping out when the burglar leielltd a re
uilier at him and find, the ball penetrating
dough's chtst and priug through tho abdo
nun. The burglars then cs'iped without
arousing the neighborhood. The wounded
man lingered until late on Friday night. He
was buriid today, A reward is offend lor
tho apprehension ol tho murderer and his
TrjHiK In Form h Nlnnilarer or (Iriuit In
lUu Haiiuoii, lie., Aiy. 2&. While a
prominent po'Mlclan of New York city, a
personal irieud if (leniral Grant, was ilt-
inir the llngship Tenne -ce with a party of
ladies, a ce, ri lieutenant on board, who was
tt II wrtiing tho mourning crape upon his
nnii,, indulged In slanderous retuiiki against
(leneral Grant's chr-ncter and carter, Tke
politician challengid the slanderer to f'uht &
duel. The latter d -"ned. The irate gentle
n i u 'i then no1 lied the ollicer that he would
bIui )t him on flight mil i lie accepted the
iliallenie. The "tui naut finally aicuptul,
nut wiuie tue pre" miliaria were iielug ar
ranged the admiral heard rumors of the at
fair aud decl'ned toptrmltthelieuteuauttogo
A Hullriinil Illllilnl Kllleil by the t'nra.
1'iiotllihMK, Aug, 25 Captain I). S.
lint cock, vice pirsldeut and general mauager
ot the New Yolk, Providence and lloitou
railroad, was run over and killed last night
lu the yard at Sioningtoti.
Mr. Ki ll'a Kiitil Hoihi.
Wabtiim.tun, Aug. 2ft, Minister Kelley
sailed for home on the 10th Inst, and Ii ex
pected to arrive in New York In a few days.
Museum malingers are templing a Wiscon
sin girl tu eibihlt the horns which are con
cealid by a inmlul arrangement of her hair,
IITNAMITKON A HAll.noAV TltAVK
A Unatnnlly Attempt to tt'raok Trnlna nil
tli ii llmiver mill Itln (Irnmlii Itiutil.
Dknikii, Aug. 25. Of the many attempts
made within the past two months to wreck
trains on the Denver and Ulo (Irande railroad,
probably tho most devilish of any was dlEcov
ered last evening In tlmo to prevent what
m'ght have proved a teirlble losa ol life.
Owing to the several explosions under trains
herelotore mentlonedi and the terrlblo effect
upon the locomotives which the dynamite has
hnd, a very close watch ol the railroad track"
in this city has been kept, a patrol being
Tho Salt Like express was due at U:10 and
the Leadville express had left at P. .10. A
watchman patrolling the track In the mean
time discovered near the limits of the city,
and about the place where two locomotive
have already been blown up, a large quantity
ol dynamite placed ujion the track, and so
ananged that It could not avoid being ex
ploded uuder the locomotive of .he incoming
expresi. Tho dynamite was taken up care
fully and filled the watchman's hat. Ihe
dynamite, would undoubtedly hae wrcckei
the train, which was very last at tills point,
there being a steep down grade. The attempt
grows out ol the strike in the Denver and
Itio (irande shops.
The CullllliK Sulllvitli-lll CalTrey I'lglit.
Cincinnati. Aug. 25. It is generally lie
llevcd now that tho Sullivan-iltCaflrey glove
light hf re will lie no hippodrome. The terms
provide that the winner shall get eierything.
Tho Interest in tho affair la growing. New
Orleans men have already engaged a special
train to bring visitors hero from that city to
see the fun. Pittsburgh has arranged for
transpoi'ition to bring an Immense delega
tion. Huston has not been heard from on
this score. Tho local Interest In tho affair is
astonishing. If the elements fuvor, and ev
erything runs smoothly, there will be an im
According to tho present prospect the gate
money at the fight wilt bo a very large sum.
Dmiinick, who is now here, is patient in an
swering the olt-iterated ipiesllon if he thought
he could get away with Kullltan. Ho is not
only patient in listening, but was modest in
answering. His atcreotyped reply wa, "I
ft el confident." lie looks the perlection ol
health and strength.
Trump Sri tin. Iu llniMr.
NuNiiuitv, Pa, Aug 2ft. Three tramps ap
plied at noon yesterday to Mrs. Driicken
mlller, the wife nf a railroad man who lives
on Third street, fur something to eat. She
i.ffeml them bread and buller, which they re
lued without meat. They then nltempted
to enter the house, but were put out by her
hti'band, who hid been isltep in another
room. They htcamo very abusive and
Druckenmiller struck ono of them. They
Im threa'eniug vengeance. At nbout !i
o'clcak in the evening tin,) relurnid, nnd
finding no ono at home threw n pieco of
(,ieasy waste lu the dining room and set lire
to it. The fire was discoverej by tho
neighbors nnd ixtlngp'ihed before "doing
much harm, except burning the cupel. An
alarm wra raised, and lully a hundred men
aud boys s'uted alter tho tramps and captured
one of them Threats were freely made of
lynching him, but tho officers salely lodged
him in jail. He re u-ed to give his name.
A Defiiiiltliiic ItMlikTren liri-r Sll'i lili'a.
South I'iuminuiiam, Mass., Aug. 2ft. K -Treasurer
.Adams, of the l'raainghara Sav
ings bank, whoro accoun'i were last wi ck made
the suhjict of Bptrial invisllgation by Hank
Commissioner Uatchill, and whose resigna
tion was requested, committed suicide at the
b ik yes'erdny elternoon by cutting his
ihroat. When found n revolver lay beside
him which it is supposed he Intended to use.
provided the razor did not accomplish the
work. Mr. Gatchill has made a statement,
in v hich he says that there are many irregu
larities in Hit recount of Mr. Adams. The
check books r-e, he sajs, In a very uusatis
fictory condi'ion. He and his sou drew un
known sums for use in their private busin'si,
and Adams drew over $2 000 ic iho last two
months lor pergonal eApenses. He ws very
lax in attending to the bank's bueincn.
II" Mill Un Appolnli'il Alilliow.
VVASiiiMiroN, Aug. 2ft. (iiidfrcy Jaeger, of
OUtwa county, Ohio, wants to be'a treasurer
revenue agent, and it is said be will shortly
be appointed. When the (eople of his county
learned that he had made application fur ap
iwintmenl, they filed rcmontrnnces. It seems
that onie, when Jatger was tr isurr of Ot.
iwa county, he dcKitid several hundred
thousand dollars of the county lunds in a
bank, contrary lo the wisbe ot a lame mr
jority ot the people of the county. The bank
tallul, ami the muiiey wpi lost. hubsiuently
Jaeger was elided state senator, and while a
mi mber of the legislature, got a bill through
relieving him ot all responsibilily on account
ol the loss. It is said that chi- ges have been
investigated, and a report madu favorable to
Mr. Jaeger's appointment.
! IHiMuri.. (Jhnlliini;. I.abollrlit.r.?
i?T. Paul, Aug. 2ft. A prominent citieu
of Dakota says that the general Impression
there is that the Marquis De Moris had beeu
Instrumental in pn curing the indictment
against himself, that he might be tried and
legally acquitted of anj criminal Intent. He
also related an incident about Iho marquis
whith has nuer befuru been published. Some
lime ago Labouclieie, the iditor ol Loudon
Truth, published an article which cast some
rellictlons on the character of Ihe marquis's
dither. Tho matqii's, then in Xew York,
immidialely cabled a challenge to Labouchere
inviting lnni to tight in London or Paris, and
giting him the choice of weapons. The ed
itor Idled to answer, and thus the mailer
ColitVrunrit of ItfiAM Hull Committee.
Sahatikia, Aug. 25. A niiellug ol the
joint mnferentn committee ot the Xational
lUke-ball League and Amerlcau Association
was htld yesterday. It was resolved not to
advance money to playerson luture contracts,
and It was lurlher determined to have the
clubs of the two arsociations pledge them
Bcltis uot to negotiate nor tontract with any
plajer now under contract with any league or
a'eociallon tluh prior to October 20, rext. It
was also agreed that after the clo'o ol the
tbnuipioii'hlp season the clubs of the associa
tion would interchange games.
A ItilllroHil Hlllliali.tlii Unit n South.
IC t iiunMi, Va., Aug 2ft About ! o'clock
Inst night a freight train on the Chesapeake
and Oblo railroad ran into another freight
train standing on the side track seven miles
west ol Newport, wrerking both engirt,
killing Ilngineer Spoil Swilt nnd llrakemau
(Jeorge Whtelir, fat illy Injuring Thomai
1 1 ul laruu and seriously Injuring lite oilier
train hands, Au open switch tainted the at
dent. Milking Viiim C.ittcra liiniiuuritln ii Hint.
rmi.AUi i.fiiiA, Aug. 25, A iruwd of mm
su postil tu belong tu the Stonecutters' union
man had to A new brewery building lu the
courie ot en t lion at Twenty-filth and Poplar
streets, yesleruay 'afternoon, and droro away
the workmen. Picks and other weapons were
used, and mistllej were thrown from every
quarter. Four riuters weie arrested, and a
squad of Kilhe set to guard the building,
Mr. Illlllllo Alluuila 11 IUi rlliill.
Ha u Haiicoii, Me., Aug. 25, About all of
the prominent visitors to this resort attended
a reception on board the Tennessee yesterday
allernoon. Among the guests were, the
Huralan minister and Mr, and Mrs, lllalne.
Mr. Itlaine was n celled with a great en
thuslnsni, and a salute ol twelve guns was
fired In his honor, Mr. lllalne will buy land
aud build a residence here. He Is in excel
FRED ADLKR'S DEATH.
MII.WAVKVK roUMII MANKAIh TO
HA Vk. HKKN 1(11, t, Kit IS A HVKI,.
Klvnlry for n WtiniHtia I'nvar Cnuaea n
IJiiiirnl llttiii Ailler nml s Fellow -Htinlmit
lit lleiilelbiTK, In Germany,
whli Ii Itraulta In n Duel.
MiLWACKir, Aun. 2ft A great, sensation
has been caus-il by the announcement that
Fred Adler, a promising young doator whose
sudden death was cabled over from.' Germany
some weeks ago, was killed in a dttel. Young
Adler wna a sot of David Adler, jtbe well
known wholesale clothing merchant, and the
head ol one ol Ihe representative Hebrew
lamllles ol this city. He had for tome time
been abroad, studying for his chaeen pio-
ttsiion, mat ot n physician. In March
IfM a cablegram was received in Milwaukee
announcing Ins serious illness,' and his
brother Samuel Immediately departed for Ku
rope, where he yet remains. On July 2 Fred
Adler's death was announced from Keichenau,
lower Austria, Tho body was embalmed and
brought to this city, and on Tuesday ot last
week writ consigned to the tomb. Friends
of the deceased man had bt en J Informed
through the city press that death had resulted
from quick consumption, and nothing to the
contrary was suiptcted. Hut within the
lat few days, by the arrival from
Heidelberg of u person who has
been ou quite an ex enstve tour
thruuzb central Ihiropc and has aide visits
at a number of points where he was brought
into con'ict with Adler, the rumor his gained
a limited circulation, despite the efforts put
forth to silence all talk on the subject, that
Adler'a death was the result of du,el.
The story gins that Adler and another stu
dent at tho medical Institute were' showing
attention to the same young womn; that a
hnrsb wo'd spoken by one, because of jeal
ousy, brought out a challeuge to pght with
rapieis; that the challenge was accepted and
the duel fought, resulting In Adler" receiving
a wound which terminated- In bis
death. Members of bis family are loath
tu admit that a duel was lougbt, and
evplnin a wound over, the young
mau's lelt eye by saylug that it was an acci
dental scratch leceived in a friendly contest
with ihe foils. They say that Adler lelt
Henlcllicrg In IMiruary, going to Vienna,
where he haa relatives. There lie remained
nearly a month, during which time he was
iutiirmeil by eminent physicians! that his
lungt were in n very bad condition, and that
Im mint seek n more favorable climate at
once. He went to the south of France, re
me'nid there for a time, and, observing no
marked improvement in his condition, went
tu P icbiiiHU, where, in July last, be died.
Another intimate f lend ot (he famrly ad
mits there having been Some trouble between
Adler and a man at Heidelberg, lesulting in n
light, but denies that a dul was lought or '
that any inju y icceiv in the fight had any
effect on Alrter'a health, or wri in any man
ner res.or.sfb.e for his death. Still another
,.-iend asser'' that the truth or falsity ot
the duel stoiy is being e cert-lined by the
brother Simuel, who is on the continent.
Other persons who stare lately returned Irom
(Jermnny sr v the young doctor was killed in
a duel, uotwithsi ini"ng the denials of bis
family. The alfetr wri hushed up on the
other side, it is sa!d, owing to the prominence
of the p'Miis.
Dr. Adler was the youngest son of one of
the richest men in Milwaukee, and his early
medical education was gained at Hellevne
Wall I lit for tlmi lo Curu Ilia Cllllit.
Nm Yoriv, Aug. 25. Oa Thursday eve
ning Dr. J, M. Hand, of Newark, wi i called
tos a sick child at 74 Walnut street, and
lound It dying of d'ptheria. He wrote a pr
scription and handed it to the father. On the
following morniug the lather informed him
that the child w i dead. When eaked II he
hi d given it the pr cnbed in- licine, he said
he had not, and that he bad depended upon
Ood to rive his child, as he believed Implic
it! in the faith cure. The drctor told him
that the dinlh of the child might have been
prevented but for his neglect in not calling In
medical aid promptly.
A lllailatroua fire.,
St. Iiinai k, Mich., Aug. 2ft. About ten
o'clock last night fire was discovered in the
old Brown's Hall, over which there was a
cller skating rink. The building was o
tally destroyed, also lirown's dwelling and va
cant store, John X, Mega saloon and resi
dence, Mullet k Mines' drug store, the large
hardware store of S. A. Farrell .t Co., and
Jameson's meat market. Loss about $20,
000. Brown had $1,000 Insurance. Ferrel
A Co, ate lully insured. The origin of the
lire is not known.
A Confeilernte' tleneritl Contributing to a
irlberii bohllera Moliunimit.
Cai.iiwh.1., Aug. 2ft. The soldiers at this
place are trying lo reise $15,000 to build a
private soldiers' monument in the form of a
memorial hall. A thousand dollars have
alieady beeu subscribed. Colonel Hubert McK.
I, Downey, of Harlinsville, W, Va., a
memtier of Stonewall Jackson's brigade, re
cently enclosed a contribution for tho monu
ment lo Private DaUell. He said, "I In
cloan a small contribution with regrets that I
cannot make It a larger sum,"
Flti-t III the Nnrlliweal Terrltor).
St. Paul, Aug 2ft. A killing Irost visited
the greater Kr!'on of the northwest territory
Sunday night, extending southward to the
northern patt of Minnesota. The tempera
ture fell to 27 degrees above rero at St. Vio
lent just belure sunrise this morning. This
is low enough to lorni good stiff ice and lo
kill vegt'ition. The visitors are leaving the
lakes in large partus today for tho south.
Tint Clliilera Sroiirue.
Maiiiiiii, Aug. 2ft King Alphonso will
lit iheinolerii hospiial tomorrow.
There have la-en 20 deaths from cholera at
Toulon in the past 2 1 hours.
There were 1,701 new cases ol cholera and
1,1.1.1 deaths throughout Spain yesterday.
Tlurii were sixty -seven deaths Irom cholera
at Marseilles yesienlay.
Ho la Nut tin the .Murker.
Wamumiton, Aug. 25. Carbenas, the
president ot Nicaragua, ban sent a card here
lor publication denying tho report published
In a Nlcaraguati paper tha the directors ol
the Pntinma canal bed purchased him, in
order to prevent the constiuctlou of the
A Siilktt Tli at lllil .Not l.iinl Long-,
Mmiiihan, Mils, Aug, 2ft. The employes
of the Queen and Crescent shops here struck
this morning for their Juueand July pay and
the filing ot a tegular monthly pay day. Ad
i ices Irom Cincinnati ray that the pay ear has
lelt lor Meridian aud tilt nu further trouble
I'loitt nfli Mut eraaful -"ilillttra'lleiinlon.
Tout Wavnk, Aug, 25. The Boldlers' re
union which began August ID closed yester
day. It has been an unqualified success
throughout. It is estimated that 45,000 peo
tile witnessed the aham battle nf Hhllnti ut
Camp U, S, (Irant yesterday.
Tbe I'aur Arrlvea m Kri-inaier.
Knuizit.ii, Aug. 25 The Cur and his
parly arrived this morning. They avoided
ihe towu and were driven through the vast
paik surrounding the schloss,
A l'ecullar Ceremony.
Di'iiMN, Aug. 25 The Nationalists of
Cork and Waterlord assembled it Kuicka
uore today and Interred a colli u containing a
document representing the crimes act,
in: a i'v vai.i..
Jncoli (li'lrer Wnlka (III 1'nlr of Mlalra
ten Furl IIIkIi.
About 2.30 this nliernoon, Jacob (liber,
formerly foreman In Ihe compos'nif room ol
the Springfield (luinr, and now employed as
a journeyman printer with the OtuBK-llrcun-tic,
met wllli a very serious accident, but the
exact extent cf his It juries cannot now be
known. Leading trom the composing room Is a
set of stairs at the ido of the building run
ning to the gruund, a distance, of about 15
leet. (leiser tntered tho composing room
under Ihe influence of ileip (otationsand
talked a lew minutes with another printer.
As everyone In the room was very busy just
at this tlmo no attention was paid to him and
no walked out ot Iho siueiKor unnoticed, A
couple of minutes later Frank C Goodo was
passing by, and found him lying at the fjot
of the steps, with the blood strtnraing from
bis nose. Apparently ho had walked
off the stairs, which hare no railing,
and had fallen probibly about ten feel.
Dr. Hodgers was summoned at once,
and a small crowd soon collected. The in
jured man Is still iu a state of dense stupor at
the time of going to prcsa, and may possibly
be fatally injured, but It Is impos
sible to. dele' mine just how much
ol this stupor Is due to liquor,
and how much to the ellect
of hid tall. Apparently there is no fracture
of bones, nor is there any discharge of blood
from the tars. The patrol wagon was called
and removed hlrn to Ins home on West High
street, where he is uuder Dr. Hodgers' tare.
Iteulen Alliloat to Dentil.
HiiAiNEiin, Minn., Atig. 25. Hole-In-Tbe-Day,
a nottd Chippewa chief, on route to St.
Paul, was last night taken from a Xoithcrn
Pa;ilic train at ft way svitlon,
dragged into the roads and so bru'illy lieaten
that he is not expttled to recover. It is sup
posed to bale been the work of whisky men,
against whom he was going tu testily in the
ClmrKeil With i:iiilirlftiir.nt.
IlKAifit Paixi, Ph., Aug. 2ft. S. V. Cal
vin, secretnjy ot Iho Heaver Falls Building
and Loan n"o intion, and one of the
most prominent citiens of the town baa la-en
arrested on the charge ol emlc77llng $10.
000 of the funds ol the asoi iation. The ac
cused claims he will be nblu to prove his In
nocence. A Wlitilrwaln Munlt-r t'-inllrnieil,
II no a 1,1.1, Arionn. Aug, 25. The report of
the murder of three Americans and
eight Mexicans at Haiachuca by
Apaches has lien confirmed by
Agnpilo Franco, who arrived here yester
day from the scent of tho crime,
It.iati Hull Ht-rilit.
Allegheny 'J, Louisville C; .Vew York 10,
Providence ft; AthloMis 1.1, Baltimore 2;
Brooklyn 7, Men 3; Boston 2, Philadel
SI' AUKS fltOM I UK WIltK.
Small-pox is spreading in Montreal.
The Saratoga racrs will end on Saturday.
Preston, the leader In the Cjlon insurrec
tion, has beeu captured,
Camargohas surrender! d, nnd the revolt in
Panama is thought ended
The Utcs in the southern part of New Mex
ico are said to be starving.
The steam dredgo Henuljrt, with a crew of
twelve men, was wrecked on the nth Inst, off
The celery ciop nt Knlnmazoo was dam
aged to the extent nf $100,000 by the heavy
rain of Sunday night.
The defalcations of Joseph Knslgn, the
mlsjing secretary of the Dayton police board,
amount to $'t,838 'n.
The Interior department has instructed its
Inspectors that the law does not recognie In
dians and half-brteds as citiz-'n.
A very heavy thunder storm, accompanied
by a gale, prevailed throughout New I'ng
land Inst night. It was espciinlly severe in
The proposed Ilaar, which wns to take the
place ot ihe Kxposition at Cincinnati, has
been abandoned tor lack of assurance ot sui
port from the merchnnts.
It appears that tho basis upon which Gov
ernor lloadly '-ample 1" the nomination, was
that there should la- an cnlhimaslic indorse
ment of Cleveland's administration.
Daniel Ducrow nrd wife, traptze artist',
have been arrested in Chicago on the charge
of cruelty to a young Cuban, Mercede. Co
su'o, w ho they had taken to raise.
The operators of the old Hankers' and
Merchants' and Postal Telegraph Company,
at Hutlulo, struck for their salnnea, which
have not been paid since the middle cl lntt
Pennsylvania democrats meet In state con
vention on the 27th ins', to nominate a slate
treasurer. Hnndall is expected to Lost thlncs
clear through. A fierce fac"onal fight is
Charles A. (jambrill, a wealthy Baltimore
merchant, died suddenly at the continental
hotel, Philadelphia, Sunday evening, it is
supposed Irom an overdose of ummonia or
a vnu.iH tiii: mil vox n.
'Ihe (bolera record ol Spain to date is 187,
5li5 cases and 72,317 dtnths.
The Spanlfli-Ktrman allair mer the Caro
lines is practically ei d d by Hnmarck apolo
gizing. The Kmperor of Austria and his party
were enthusiastically received at Kremsier
Mr. Parnell wna tendered a banquet in
Dublin last night. Thirty -eight Parnellius
The i'rench government will prabnbly not
investigate the circiiinstniicesof Olivier Pain's
death, 1'nglaud's t xplanatlonbelrigccinsidered
sufficient. The Frencli have officially apolo
gized to llngland lor the insult to Lord Lyons
and the Pain ntliir.
A woman may be handsome or n
markably attractive In various ways, but if
she is not personally mat she can not hope to
win admiration. Fine clothes will not con
ceal Iho slatfrn. A young woman with
her ha'r always in disorder and hi r clolhis
hanging nbout her as if suspt tided from a
prop, is always rcpultlie. Slattern is
written on her person from tho crowu
of her head to the soles of her feet, and if
she wins a husband he will turn out in all
probability ei'he,- an idle tool or a drunken
rulhan, ihe bringing up 1 1 daughters to be
able to work, talk and act IKc honest, si r sl
ide young women, is the special task ot
mothers, and in the industrial ranks there is
imposed also the prima obligation ol learning
tu reipecl household ork lo" its own sake,
and the comfort an 1 haptlnrss it will bring
In the future. Homework is a drudgery, but
it must lt done by somebody, and had better
be well I hau ill done.
"A man In O.il i, nged HJ years, stopped
chewing tobacco one dnv nnd died Ihe next "
There Is nothing remarkable about this II
the man bad died ono clay and stopped
chewing the next, it might be worth men
tioning. New York (Iraphic.
Among those who have joined the Unman
Catholic Church since the beginning of the
Oxford movement ant enumerate 1 3i lords,
25 baronets, .102 griduates ot Oilord, ll'J
graduates of Cambridge, 142 army officers,
)i lawyers, 48 doctors and 1,010 ladies ul Br
istol rut Ic statlocs.
THE GAD SWINGERS.
ANNUA I, KI.KUTltlN OF OfFIVKHS
Al TIIK TKAOIIVIth' 1NST1TVTK.
giiitt'rlntftntimit White, or fsurliialleld,
Cboaeil In I'rraldtt Over tlltt llrallnlea nf
the Cininly Aaanrlntlon nml luatltiite fur
the KnatlltlB Yenr.
The following officers have been elected by
the Ins'Ituto for the county rssoclatlon and
institute for the ensuing year. President,
.-superintendent w. j white, or Springfield;
vice president, Supe-lntendent W. J. Free
man, ot South Chs'leston; secretary, B. D.
Long, or Springfield j treasurer, Miss Lottie
Qulnn, or Harmony township; board of direr
tots, presldint nnd secretary, ex-oflicio; A. K.
I ay lor, bpringheld; Joseph A. Hersbey, Med
way; Q. (J. Paire, Hpringbeld township.
'iho fcllowlng are the teachers who cor
rectly spelled Professor Keesecker's twenty
five word yesterday: 11. D. Long,
D. 11. Mlnnlcb, Frank Wrapg, Ktta
Westenfelter, Frances Davis, L. S.
Meloy, John H. Merrill, Krama Pyle,
Llda Sabin, J. O. Paee, O. O. Hause, Clifford
II. Barnes, It. J. Aston, J, W Arthur, H. II.
Challin, Oeo. A. Clark, David Neer, Z. Tay
lor, O. B. Smith, O, K. Brubaker, Nettle
Swnr zbaugli, Meda Stphenson, Lstilla Motz,
Zephia Stephenfon, Mary E. Christ, S. M.
Quinn, Clara Alexander, Carrie Spidle, Ida
The lei lure read in the evening treated of
the character and work ot Pestalozi, the
great prototype of teachers. With lew facil
ities and against tho strong prejudices of bis
age, he gave all the energyof his great na
ture to the beneficent acheme ol developing
a system of education. His methods
were crude, and proceeded upon mis
taken Idess of mutual development,
but In the evolution of pedagogic
science this period haie bten gone over. He
labcred in thepurs'iiitsso as to procure money
by which he could support his pupils while
he taught them, and by his indefatigable In
dustry nnd determination lit finally made a
way iu which subsequent efforts at educa
tional systems have cutno to their present ad
vancement. Hev J. II, Walker, of the Methodist Protes
taut church, was present this morning, and
opened the Institute with devotional exer
cises. The ntlendan-e, owing to Ihe txce'
sive ralna, wea much reduced. So far tbe at
tendance has laen very good on tho average.
While ncent years may have seen an enroll
ment equal to the present, yet nothing like Ihe
number regularly present has la-en secured.
Prof. Tults, the genial veterantiacher from
Antioch College, win present, and took
charge of Prut. Taylor's tlass in reading,
and lillerenliattcl it Into one in
tnalhemntltal geography, on which subject he
is perfectly at home. He bus a happy man
ner of drawing out teachers to demonstrate
iho truih of their propositions.
A repres n'atlvc- of tho Sidney School Fur
niture Company has ou exhibition a very
complicated apparatus a glebe with fixtures
dt'signcd to show the motions of the sun,
eatlh and moan, the inclination of the earth's
axis, the cauio of clay and night, the rising
and setting of the sun, and many other phe
nomena cf I'Stronomy and mathematical ge
ography. It is called the Lunalellus globe.
The following new names appear on tbe
iistitute roll ot membership:
(J. W. Herman, W. W. Donham, David
Neer, J. A. Krvln, Salome K. Boyd, H. S.
Cobum, Trillena White, Evelyn Bianson,
Lillie Twitchell, Emma Trumbo.
Member of tbe Board ot Education, Lorenz
was a spectator this morning in tho recita
tions of the teachers.
This a ernoon the regular order of exer
cises was dispensed with, aud Prof, Tufts was
Invited to occupy the first hour in presenting
the subject of mathematical geography to tbe
entire institute, which he did to their im
mense interest nnd profit. He p-oceeded upon
the plan ot questioning the tenchers and
nude use cf the Lunatelluj globe referred to.
Ho Insisted (but it is idle to at
tempt to give any adequate conception
ol great distances and dimensions to children
simply by netting them, or having them
commit the figures to memory. To aid their
apprehti sion, the figuris ol distance aud im
mensiti, such as the distance to the sun, the
circi'tnt rence of the earth, ic, must lie as
sociated with time or some other element, as
for ins'ance, computing the time required to
travel to the sun or around the earth.
Introducing his subject in tbis way he led
the teachers into a discussion of many points,
new and old, which will be of much practical
value to them in their woik in school.
IIUTKl. A It It If ALU.
Aiicaiik I). A. Ioog, Yellow Springs;
Henry Burke, Indianapolis; W, M, Maddan,
Chicago; I'. II. Tuft, Chicago; S. S. Smith,
Johnstown, Pa.; II. W. Harshman, Pittsburg;
V. Valentine, New York ; O C. Briges, Pitts
burg; Ben Catly, Pittiburg; John Fenimore,
New York; II. I) Bruce, I'etosky; E A.
Heeder, Dayton; Hugh Caughey, Coal Valley,
111 ; Albert Caughey, Coal Valley, 111 ; Miss
McKuahan, l'armlngton; Mits Jack, Farm
liiL'ton; (!. W, Hayler, Indiannjo!ia; J, O.
Dnon, Jamestown, N. Y.; F. S. Case, Belle
fontnine; W. C. Jones, Cleveland; H, S.
Bedee, New York; J. II. Kurtz, Baltimore;
M.ss Johnston, Boston; Miss Jones, Findley;
Miss Dandle, Pbiladilphia; II. Dannel, New
York; II. W. Briggi. New Lisbon; II. 11.
Jagol, Buffalo; W, S, Hogers, Cincinnati; C,
II, Stair, Cleveland.
St. Jamh Horace Justice, Dayton, O,;
I'earl Itandall, Mt, Hope, Kansas; J, M, en
num and wife, Minneapolis; F. II, Bloomer,
Wabash, Ind.; II. II. Davis. Quiet Dell, W.
Va.; II. E. Conenhoven, Mid lleton.N. Y,, N.
E l'isber, Ashland, Ky ; II. U. T. Smith.
Chilltcnthr, Ohio; Win. Marshall, Philadel
phia, Pa ; Squire Veith, Sliver Creek, .V. Y.;
Chas, E, Forrest, A, F, Huffman, Cinnati, O.;
J. (J, Vile, IlilUdale, Pa ; O. Shaler, Day
ton, O.; II. Munson, Cleveland O.; J. II.
Byrne, Citcinnnti, ().; J, II, Dnacoll, Lon
ilon, O,; S. M, Lindsay, Dayton, O ; J. A.
Brooks, Tolelo, M. Itennhan, Sandusky; 0,
C W, Thompson, Zanesville, A. Bruunel,
Cincinnati; Dr. McDonnel, Dayton; M. I'.
Tyler, Dead wood, Dak.; F. N. Cooper, Pe
oria, 111 ; W. N Cooper, Buffalo. N. Y.
Lai.uniia N. II. Uobinson, Xenia; It. T.
Evans, Chas. Cooney, Covington, Ky.; 0. J.
(iilmore, Cincinnati; J W K ser, St. Paris;
W, Zins, Akron; Oeo. M. Bard, Cleveland.
To the 1'illlnr of Die lllobe-Ueiubllc.
Sin I desire to make a correction in
the ..rllde headed "Emm Molly Mc
(iilirts, in - todays (jLoln-lUl'L'm.lC
hoping that you will la- kind enough to give
this artitle spate. The article says "last Sat
urday evening this same crowd gathered fur
another blow tut at tho township ball." This
is a mistake. The Euon be ball tluh on
this day bel I a ball and dance pici ic, the
weather being ol a very threatening
nuture Ibey adjourned lo the hall to com
plete the pn gramme. It is understood that
this crowd tlueatened during tbe day to
break up the dance, and they were all oa
bund, but as the ball boys are right handy in
mure ways than one, they probably concluded
to let tbe job out and gu aud whip some one
that bad no chance to defend himself. 1
would just say, right here, that a more r
tpectable or n finer set of young folks could
not be hoiinlit of than were those at this en
tertainment. All seemed to enjoy themselves,
and it good time was the result.
Emin, 0., August 24.
Ilistnn'i famous Hwjt-r, Sidney Harllftt,
Is eitli j-sli jt-ars old and ntlmatnl wnr'h
$1'J,0()U,0(JO, chlilly dtrlud 1'ium cxci-lUut
MURPHY & BRO.
Home very special Imrgnlna In cheap
lot". 3Hch' Male Tlircuil Hotte, fall
regular made, blink nnd colon and
fanoy, nil slcg, only 25c per piilr.
Ladles' Solid Color Ilosc with Ecrn
feet, very ileslrnlilo and iliiap (avoids
stulnliif tho feel of the wenrer).
Noii-ltles In I.nilles Vertical .Stripe
nnd Illockcd Hose just opened.
IS and 50 Llnieslone.
New Fall Styles. All the latest
H -flL T sS
All summer goods nt half former
miirkcil ilonn prices. Ureut deduction
in all departments.
T, 13 L
III The beUMn?iUlnnA,a.lrantAcrsnfrerf.
Fxinsesnunlcrai 1 wocouriof Btudy
free rxJitjiaroMi) to aid ortti ntutlentt.
tiHsai 1 iit term in Collfre and Acadnny be
tiiat b-pif mbtT ltti V lUloifUf nf nt on application.
MKIUAO ) aTaDKNI tUafor lluslneiaorCol
UKe. Special Drill for Backward Hoya. Bin
vluor douMe ruoiim All student board llh
rrlnclj-ul, rtWIiIilN C. SIlOK'l LIDOE (JUrrard
A. H. Mild A,M ). lm.
THE COLLEGIATE SCHOOL.
A Home and Day School, prepares tmya for anr
Coll(jv or Scientific hchooh German and trench
tAiight liy ctnr rsatioo without eitra charge. Pri
mary, I'reparatorr and I ul leg late tirade. Mill
RIX & LEWINSKY,
270 Auburn Street. Mt. Auburn, CINCINNATI, 0.
Ttttrty-aecont. jear benlns Hept. IM Beit
f aril it ea, In one complete ami tliurmigtt count
Knh'. Uh, fctentinc and Clajwlral. Hujerlocd
vanUirea In Music and Art, Addreaa
HKV, L. I. roiTKIl, 1. !., (leiulavle, ().
Plat In srul shed Profedaoni Karee Kndowment. Threa
IVurnta uf MiliH, CtaHxiial, Ptiilnumttiical and Helen
hMenlt Library, Valuable Mueuui Chemical and
I'ld lonopli kal Apparatus (Jyiouaulum, Superlur ttuild
U1jT fvr wry requirement,
.ThUaillrKaUdtllahtralltrslliutril amli) charntlnjr
fo-nt-ry. In line iM lilthr Iwillty. NEXT TKHM
twirlii. strpl. . ima. ..r C'.l.lugue nj fsruitr
ptrllcuUrn, JJrt'.. A. OH EN, !. It., Pirn,
Uraavlllr, Ucklasr Vm., OSU.
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Fur Ilia cure of ASTHMA. Ktiblliliixl 16 v.
Irtsl pack Rice frve.
t. roriiAM x lo., rriipi., riiiiaiit-iiiin.
IKinot fall lolrj Hill .lfii(Jlil .rc-.rtlon If you
hc ullllcull IjrfUblug from Aitbiui, Hay Ktr.r
orllironto Itiiinclilll.. II Is a plruant Inlialluc
reiattdvi Kiilng at onie to the tt-at of dlsvast-; rc
moving thtt iiiuctu or plilt-iu, rfUstng th
UltUtnc-uof tbe cheat, promoting; teiitoratlou,
nil giving liiiiiii.lliile sad imaltlM) rt-llel In enry
i iu. I'm up lu Urge boxes, aud sold by druggist!