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GLOBE REPDBLia THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3 1885
SOOD MINCE PIES!
lu the opinion of many Pvwv wlue.
rd Without using AbSiiwnty
At the low price of cents per pins.
FINE OLD SHERRY WIRE
At W.iuandOVper pint.
FINE SMOOTH OLD RYE
At We per pint.
VERY FIHE FRENCH MANOY
Ataery low price.
EXTRX CALIFORNIA BHA' DY
At tllier pint
These are all strictly pure, adapted either
CASPER'S Drug Store,
IMrd Door Wert ol UowtbM.
Tot three-line advertisement one da. 15c
one TmrXSicL Kach additional line one dav.
4c: one week. l-c
nTAXTKU-Voar tioarders In private 'u'llT
at M Tailor street-
WANTED A situation as sewlncc
It week. Attislactlon Euaranteed.
se wine Blrl. hi i lie
oraddress 57 :-pring street,
siw . s.-n-.r t. ...-... ... u.k f li.tuinil dollar1.
W'wlll iay 8 Per cent, interest; rive first
mortcace on property worth Jl.oo.
Maxwell, this ..race.
Tw.i r three Keiitl
nini ran have the comforts ol a nnir
a small lamtlv hy addrcsslu,
4nl WANTEU-Vonnc ladles incltyorcounlrj t..
worklorus at their Iiomes; lasclcatnij:
employment; no instructions to buy: work c.il
be sent hy mall (distance no objection); so to
per week can be made. Xo canvasslne. par
tleulara lree. or sample ot work mailed ior
tour cents In stamps. Please address Home
u&nnfaclnnne l- uosion. juass. i-v- "'
ni.ir Mm or Woman In
TrviAiintr to stll our roods. Salary. "
per month and expenses, or commission- Kx
pense in advance. Outfit free, lor full par
tleulara address. Standard Sliver Ware In,
Boston. Mass. 3'lnt
"ITTAXTED-Ladies and Yonnc Men desiring
II llcht. profitable employment at home to
send for our circular. JI ailed free. Distance
no objection. Xo eanvasslnc, All mitertiils
furnished. Address Kensington Art Rooms.
W Pearl street, Boston. Mass. P.O. box 5
"TTTANTED 100 salesmen at once.
IT Brown Bros.
Nurserymen, Bochester. X
1WU KENT Nicely furnished frontroom.nrst
orsecond floir. suitable for man and wile
ortwocentlcmen. with nr-Rt-elas board If de
alrrd. at 1(0 South factory St. an
FOR KENT A new double house, six rooms
un a side; Chestnut avenue. Inquire of
Mrs. E. A. Bennett. Maple avenue. 4st
TOR REXT-Three rooms.
with alt accommodations. Kent cheap and
newly papered. CatI at Xo. 10. corner ot Wash
Ington street and JJeardurtf avenue. "'
TH)U RENT Furnished rooms at 15J S.
TWR REXT Brick house of seven rooms on
X Marie avenue. Larce yard with eholi-e
trnlu Will rent with or without stable
Terms reasonable. Apply to J. tl. Clark. i
C. A. Welsh. 14 Mitchell block. S If
FR 5AI.E Endne In runniiiz order for sale
cheap. Schneider Bros., City Brew-err
FiRSALE-Tbe fine brick house.Xo. 1 Xorth
nam street, of 10 ro.ims.with all modem
conveniences: also stable. carriage housean.1
otherout-bulldlhirs. Inquire at premises f..r
particulars, or at ret west .Main street, jctiii
FIK SALE Tlie Bulldlns an-1 Loan Assocla
tlon will sell S5 to atm on Mondav en n
Ins. Itecember", lssY.
t Wa. I. RoCMi. President
3. i.Cu.M.tMiv, iVcretary.
FOR SALE Fresh tenderloins, irk. au.ise.
short rihsandsausase nieat.wholesleand
reUll. Philip Beckers. Si E. Hlsh st. U--
TWR SALE BoardiiiK hue aud sal.xm ai
X 7d East Main street. CJianse of UuMiie
reason for selllns. I iiuecker.
T10RSALE Fine family mare, all sound and
X a first-class driven can be driven b an j
fuZ. lady. Call on John Wren.
TO LOAX !73.0i onflr.1 mortcaces. on hve
years' time. Wick A. Coles. Room Xo I,
over Laconda Bank. ' b
I'O LOAN' fn firt mortRace. from one to fit e
1 years, torn. Si3"L iZ3", 2.H 51 N"1.
tl,rJiU 5 1 .i t nnd other amouuts on short time
all on Y. II. Younz. Xew York Hat More.
5 .South Market street. 4l't'
FOUXll tlood homes and safe investment
In Central Kana. at from S5 to Ss' per acre
on the Installment plan. Mill cost younoth
fnetocoatid viect. This offer coo.1 for only
mdays. Headquarters at Sprtnsneld.O-niom'
iUi .n3ur. I?....
TOST Aladi's brouu ilk Iws.iue onXortli
! Limestone. or Illrli M.lwtweet Mrs. Ml
loney's and the Catholic clirrli Return I.
X. F.Stone. 13 K. Hkh and receive reward
In Silver Watches we h;ve all grades,
from the cheapest to most expensive.
'ow would be a good time to make a se
lection of a watch, either gold or slhcr.
Make a pa)meut on it and have it saved for
Cameo and Painted Tins a large assort
ment, price-i always down.
Fine watch, clock aud jewelry repairing
executed by exiierienceJ workman.
HOFMAN & CO.
South Limestone St.
Vasuisutos. Iee. 3. Onto Valley and Ten
nessee Centrally clear weather; wlndscener
ally taint northwest to southwest; slightly
warmer In Tennessee: nearly stationary tem-lK-rature
In Ohlu Valley.
The Washing-Urn (0. II.) Dally Ololas has
A rl niM! has bluumed in tin) iijieu air at
Ileiirj iLuiVIn, of South Charkstott, is in
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ilnmiu of Cleveland,
are at the Arcide.
Tin' uiuateur photoi;raiilu'r is Ketlini; in
Millie jirettj puni work.
C1. Kuraj, of the OliiuMate.Iuiini.il.
leiit .oril.i in ttii- cit .
Vlpm H, Hakt-r leaver this cvenins fur
rittsbiirg and other )siint.s tst.
H'ventj sacks nf "I'iiIhIiics" mine to Tien
eml Kelferby mail Wh1iU's1.-i.
J. M. llemictt will Ukmiup tiinuivr of
Clark count the 1st of Jnmiarj.
Uoliert Ilhsi, general suiM'rintendent of
thf 0.. C, r. A I., is in town today.
Miss Alie (Io,Kle left for Xew York
this uioniiiie to sjH'iid several vuvks.
A. J. Ninth, general iia.seinr acent of
'- ' C. .V I., was In thecit) this momitic
new erossine over Kaclor.v street is
heme made at the intersection of Jefferson.
There w 111 be a sjieclal inectimc of Wo
men's Helief Coips Friday. Dee. -I. at :t
Mr and Mrs. Fuller Trump and Miss
Mamie Wiiislow leave for Xew York this
lieu., joimger brother of Dr. John Huck
mifliaiii. has gone to Jacksonville, Florida,
for his health.
Jlr. and Mrs. T. E. Davisand MlmAinlna
Duff left, via the Hee Line, this inoniing
for I'jusaoola, Floriira.
There vill lie .dated eomuiuiilcatlon work
in the third degree at Champion I-odge, F.
and A. JI., this evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Moore returned this morn
ing from Howling (ireen, where they have
Ikvii visiting their daughter.
The new sign-, on the sides of the street
ears, stating their routes, are proving a
great convenience to the public.
Mav Cotter this morning pleaded guilty
to a charge of drunkenness and disorder!)
conduct, and was lined SI and costs.
Springfield members of the C. (). S. A.
liave received invitations to a shooting
match at Franklin, O., on December 7tlu
Iliils for the new supply of hre hose were
oeiied toUiv at noon at the city clerk's of
fice. 1'niiHKaIs are given in another place.
The suit of Kocklield vs. Voight. set for
hearing in the omnium pleas court this
inoniing, was iKMimnod until this afternoon.
The sanitary marshal created iiuite a lit
tle excitement in shooting a mad dog in
front of the ( I rand Ojera House this moni
ig. John Foos and son Paul left for Xew Or
leans this inoniing, over the 0. C. C. & I.
They ecct to remain In the south alxiut a
The authorities at Troy this morning ca
tured a man whom they thought to lie an
esoai-ed convict, but released him on exam
ination. Officer Charles Potec has so far recovered
from his injuries received on the railrusd
two weeks :i.-na to lie up and around this
The Mismjs llislgers. of North I.iniestone
street, entertain their ladj friends this
afternoon with a reception, front three to
o. M. bellers has sold out his real e-tak
and insurance interests, and has entered the
employ of Charles Keeser, of the Innis
The coroner's iiniuest over thelsMl) of
tlie late Flank Seaman was held this inoni
ing at '.i o'clock at Coroner Coleman's office.
West Main street.
The Mitchell lioulevard. running from
Limestone street to I-agoiuU, was finished
and turned over to itsowner, Hoss Mitchell,
Tlie Young Men's ltlaine Club, of Cin
cinnati, will attend Gov. Foraker's inaugu
ration in a ImsIv. How about our Lincoln
club and Plug Hat bricade V
Miss Kate Michael, of Catawba, who had
Ihvii visiting friends in this city, returned
to Iier home Unlay, and .us iicctniiliaiikil by
Mrs. I'. II. lleatt. of Columbia street.
The Itee Line train guirurt-ast at '.t:r0 this
iiwintliic ! I1jv1 lion jr-il tnhiiitt.
bi a hot liv mi the NV York Iiniite.1
slts-iier This has lsinie a rare ucciirrenre
Joe Mxiin, .issisLint division siiierintenl
cnt of the X. Y. I'. & (., has pine into the
sen ice of a southern road at CliaUaiusura,
and taken with him six conductors of the
X Y. K Jt O.
llobert :. Dunn, a wealthy farmer and
well known breeder of short horn cattle, of
Soinerlield tow lishiii. Madison county, was
stricken with aisiiilexy, Dec 1, and lies in
a iirecarious condition.
The funeral of Frank Seaman, the con
ductor of the Ohio Southern killed at
(reeiitield Tuesday night, was held this af
teniisin. It was one of "the largest funerals
held here for a jear iist
'Hie remains .if AV. C. Welt, killed on
the I.. It. & , as stated elsewhere in this
issue, will arriie in the city from tlie north
tomorrow at U:4.. and will lie taken to Fern
cliff and deixisitcd in the aulL
All the toll-gates have at last disapjiearvd
from the line graieltsl or macadeiuized pub
lic roatls that radiate hi all directions from
the city of Springfield. The last relic of
barbarism has but just disajiiienritL
Xei er bef on- at this season of the )ear
were so 111,111 lalsirers einpioisl in the
shops of Sprinlield, the total number at
prteiit emplo.ieil aggregating almost 4,000.
This doesn't look inuth like hanl times.
Charles Cathcart receiveil this moniing.
bj express, a large Uix of California Tampas
gra-s. It i now on exhibition in the whi
tlow of the Adams Kpress office, ami an
(htsoii wishing to purchase any can do so
JmUe Fomker has shell notice. of an ap- j
l-a! to the (rand Commander-, to reverse
tin tts-ision if its committer to indelinitely
siis'iil llev. llt-nr I). Jloore. tslitoi of
the .Masonic l.'eiiew, for allolgtsl unkniglit
h ciiiidut t in piiblishing a certain article. (
ilasoii Aniistrong wishes the Ci.oni.
l.Vi'l nt.ir to thank several parties, grocers,
ladies and .others for coiitributiiig to the
W'llet Cluiel"ThanksgiiingilIiiner. Jlr. ,
mistrong is oterllowing with gratitude i
Ims-jiisi' the fi-ast wa so abundant and so
At the last count examination of teach- j
en four out of six applicants were granted I
certificates, one forfiieears, one for three,
one for two, and one for one ear. The next I
examination w ill lie held at tlie Central '
school building next .Saturday, commencing
at nine o'clock. I
tioiemor Foraker has appointed Capt.
W. S. Wickhain, of the Sixteenth ltegi-'
ment, Ohio XatlonaKiuanls, to lK'Assist.uit ,
Adjutant General in place of Captain Al
corn, who declined the place on account of
his own business affairs. Captain Wlck
ham is of Xorwalk. lie was a soldier In
tlie war of tlie rebellion.
A 1nI Thine In tlio-Wrong rime.
To tlw Kdllorof the Globe-Republic.
There is Incrcasltiif eoiniueiit upon the
IKUrt of the attendants of the tnoujiera
lumsesof this city repirdlng the eUvtrie
llfihts MisixMideil from the proscenium arches
of both houses. To all sensitive, and even
to most Mrong eves, the presence of these
lights almost on tlie line of vision causes
great annoyance, nottoMj alisolute jkiiii.
If time were any other considerations be
yond the iMissibleoneof mere eeonoiny tinn
the part of the owners or lessees of the
ojht.i houses, theie might lie Mime faint ex
cuse for the iim of these lights. Hut their
employment fur the purpoM.' lMiueil and In
position in which they are placeil is in virt
latlon of aU propiiet) and artistic taste.
This will Ik- apparent lieu a little eoiisid
er.itiou is given to the scientific .isjiect of
the coiiiurative ch.ir.icteiisties ot eltvtric
light and gas.
It is one of the distinguishing features of
the electric light that it augments sun-light
and lKisitivelv kills the effect of eas-Iight.
To iim' a very familiar iii-tance for illustra
tion, tlie iim- of the electric light ill councis.
tion with gas is like throwing ojh'Ii all the
wiudowsof a Iuiiim' during davlight and at
the same time promising to illuminate the
house with candles or clectnc liirhts for the
purjKise of projs'rl) showing off evening
costumes at a da) part). wither feahue
of the electric liglit is the fact that It reveals
the true clunuler of colors, prcciselv as
dins the sun-licht. The freM-oing decoia
tioiis .ind seenerx ot an oH-ra house are de
signisl ami bleinksl with special referentv
to their elleU in gas-light, and all these fea
tures require the warm and mellow influ
ence of the gas to bring out their irner
effects. The same is tmeof a majurit) of
the costumes worn !) the attendants at such
places, and it is certain!) applicable to
everjtliing worn upon tlie stage b) singers
It is not forgotten, in this connection, that
the eltvtric light is Usual!) dispensed wit li
during tlie time of any ierfoniiance umiii
the stage, but in instances like tli.tt of the
Orpheus Nieiety iimcert. last Mouda) even
ing, at HIack's Ojiera HimM". Itth the elec
tric liglit and tlie g-.is jets were umsI at tlie
s.ime time, tlie result lieiug a complete dead
ening of effect as to co-tniue. the importa
tion of a ghastly hue to the faces of the
singers, and a gencrall) frigid effect thrown
over the entile mimic.
Xotwitlistanding the roiiiiuence which
many iktmiiis would give to tlie alwve
nanus! nsixsrts of this subject as they icr
taln to decoration, costmnes and iierMinal
apiira'ice. the objret of tliis coin
liiunication is to call attention to
the exceedingly tletrinieut.il effect of this
arrangement to tlie eves, aud of the u-eless-ness
of the eltvtric light for an) purpose
and at an) time in which this js'netrating i
illuminator is placed in front of the be
holder anywhere near the line of vision or
lietween the audience and the objet ts which
it wishes to see. If the electric hcht is s.,ti,iKew ., K..n..rs.
emploied bv our opera hoii-os through an) I . ,,...,
other consideration thai, that of economv it I Tllc, Mll'!,,,,, ims Aca-Ieiny pron.LMM
would Is- interesting for the tsmmiunit) t..!""1"1 ''"-' 7" ; ? entertamu.ents
knowiL Itisverj ccnainth.it th,e-e who1 "" iMi 'atnr.la) eveiimgsai.d.atur-
are cmiK-lltsl to sit for fio.n one and a half ' ,,a" afu lu :-oni.M.ii H..rfonii.iiice
to two hours "in a inMBon to catch its picre- ,)0"": --l'iaIly for children. The great
inrr.tw would vvilliuirlv foreco auv olh. r I I)-,unl"'rt Urothers' relebratwl combination
imagimsl advantage for tliex-oiisidcnition of j
comfort to the eye-sight ami tlie pri-crva-'
lion of their visual organs. ,s stated at
tlie outset tlie ineonvc'iieiice and alisolute
pain of tlie average lichiilder at our opera
house entertainments on actount of these
lights is a matter of vehement and daily
Ilinii.-sl Our IrimLs, onion.
miii.-si ..!. r n.i.K .in.
'Ph.. .s,n.i...r'- iu..n.-t .iter llie reni-lllis 11'
1 lie (sininers niiiuesi over me rtm.iuis o.
th.. lit.. Fr.ii s..,,ul, ,.1,0 lost Ids lifeioi
, me late rrank seaman, wiiii nisi uis uieon
tlieO. S. road TucmIj) evening, was held
at the probate judge's otlue this 1110n1ing.it
Four employes, on the miuc train, were
exaiuined. and the testimony of earh taken.
Jcsm- Svviiss, the engints-r. stattsl that
after waiting, in vain, lor the lirakciuju
who was sent out in search of the missing
conductor to return, he thought it liest to
back up his train and go up the track to see
what was the matter. When he had gone
but a short distance he met the hrakeiiun
miming toward the train, lie was then,
for the lirst time, made aware of
Kir eanians coiiniiiou. rneinan
I.uke Young gave substantially
the same testiinouj. Advance hraktH On Tuesday evening two men vveie killed
nun. Maldon Miller, and lear brakeinan. outriglit almost, on a switili of the I. It A
II. II. Clark, were alxnit alike in their uc- J '., at C.reeii -Springs. Theie was one tut
tsiuiiLs of the horrible affair. The test!- Lf t..irs on the main track and another on
I "'"" tberefiirc. U-iiu' nil -.ub-taiitially the
same, tlie ctimnei lendertsi me loiionui!;
I "'-' "s
That the diveascil. Frank Seaman,
leath b sufferings rtveiltsl from
! '"-''"T ""'
oier bi train No. '.', regular
freight, of tlie Ohio Niiitliem raihoad. on I
the flight of Tufsda, Dis-. 1, at a place .
known as Xew Salem, two miles from
Greenfield, this state. And that the catme
of said death is not due to ail carelessness
or neglect of tlut on the part of an em
ploieol said road. i
Clllli Slioot. j
It was intended that there should be a '
club turke shoot at the raiue, in IVrrin's
wtssls, all day et-rday, but as the part '
who was to suiijiI the gobblers faihslto!
come to time the da was-jieiit in jiractuv !
shiHiting. A large numlierof the club went
out in tlie inoniing, each with tlie intention '
of capturing a dozen or so of the strutters.
but when the fact that there were no tur- ,
kes to capture liecame known a gre-.it man I
returned to thecit. In the afternoon thej
attendance was somewhat larger. There
were two shoots during the day with rides,
at 200 ards range, which resutted as fol-1
lows; First shoot-Croft. Jr., 10."i, I'errin J
100, Hice W, Alt U7, Trimmer 100, .Meiers i
77. Fisher Wi. Peters SI. K.mkin liu. Mack
104, and Croft. Sr., 10-J. In the sM-,,iiil
shoot Peters dropped out. The result for
the reniainln; shooters wis : Croft, dr., 101,
Perrln 101. Kiee 100, Alt 'JI, Tiim
nier 104, .Meers 100, Fisher 100.
ltankin 103. Slack lot. and Croft,
1 Sr., lfM. The liest uvera:;e for each,
i with the raiik apj-endtsl. is as follows:
Slack and Croft, sr.. eaeh 'ios. first; Croft,
jr., MOii, heeond; llite. l'lsher and ltankin,
each 'J0", third; Trimmer. -JO), fourth; Per
riti, 20J, fifth; Alt, IUI. sixtli: .Meers, 177,
seientfi; Peters, 5i, eichtli.
Next Fnda the genuine turke shoot '
will come oil without fail, ami if an) ineui'
Ikt ulslns. to liaie a Jollv i;ih1 time, null a
KikhI Miuire lurkei diiinci ihioiin in. let ,
him present himself at the r.nure on that
Mr, l's A I i. 1.1st MkIiI.
A pkI sinsl croud itiiturtsl out last
night to sit lliroujli the performance of We,
L's.tCo. at I!I.ick's(iera House, The play
ver i;ood in some jurts, while in olheis
It was dividedlj weak. I he second act.
scene at the Mud Springs was tlie Ivstof)
the thrtv. K. V. Holland as "T. Willie
Itocklugliaui, and known to Miss Fisher,
as "Ktipheuiia Copl-er ill." ns "Cuc1;mi,"
wastjuite good. He is a man of prohahl
idx fetl eien "in his stockings," and luis a I
form that would command a liitii price if
saleable. .Matt. Holmes as "Dr. 31ulo Med
Ieu w as tlie hero of the ei eniiiif. "Knox"
li.M.H,. t.iin lo.-n.nil.-l Fltznatrick. was.
ordinary. Tlie ladit-, with one or two ex- I
ceptlems, were (rood. Many people ho j
went last night exiiected- to see Metajer
liiuiself In the cast, but they ifot left, which.
by the way, Is no unusual thlnif.
Tlie Ccm-riil Hl,r(, (,f c'ok X Co. at Yellow
SprliiL-s Uolibeil lo the Tiilio of SV.MIO.
A telephone message earl) this inoniing
put theSpringlield imhce onto a burglar) of
large pio)Mirtioiis that was committed at
Yellow Springs last night. The large gen
eral store of Co A Company was broken
Into and rilled of a goodly iMirtion of its
stock. Drj goods, lxjots .mil shoes, cloth
ing, provisions, collars and cults, almost
evei)thiiig that the store contained,
were "aiuplcd by the enterprising
house-bie.ikers. The total auiount
found missing is estimated to
be worth alsml S.'OO. Xo clue has.vet
Ihvii iliMiivered further than the fact that
the job was done lietween miihiight and
inoniing. and that tin- boodle was taken
northward in a spring wagon along the pike
to sipriugheld. The burglars first entered a
blacksmith shop near by and got a chisel
ind ciowlur. with which the) pried open
j t). shutters of a window at tin1
side of the
store. Thiough the window the stuff was
removed. Tlie most plausible theory of the
job jet stated is that it was done In the
same manner as the one at South Charles
ton a mouth ago ; tli.it the burglars were
from Davtou: that the) procured theii
horse and wagon here and returned litre
after hushing the Join, packed their InVslIe
into tninks and Isixes and retunicd ti Day
ton on the earl) train.
Mrs. I.inule tieiger is visiting friends in
.Miss I telle WIImiii. of Hrooklyu, X. Y.,
lias Ik-cii here a few dajs, among old friends.
Samuel Khidleliergerhas Issii on the sick
list for m'v cr.il days, with UM-vere eohL
The funeral servictsof Mrs. Wilson, wife
of Dr. W. K. Wilxm. of South Clurlestoii.
took place this (Thursday) afteniiHin. She
was fonuerly Miss Mary ItoM-grant, of Mu
tual, O., and was well known to man) of our
The meeting of the Kiglith Ward ladies,
on Tuesday afternoon, resulted in the elec
tion of Mrs. Koss Mitchell as president She
was authorised to divide the wanl into dis
tricts, and apjNiiut ladies to take charge.
One of our well known young men was
going to the city on tlie street car, recently,
and noticing the new electric lamjis very
inuocentl) IiniuirtsI, what kind of oil they
used in "tin-in lamps?''
Kierytxxly should rcnietmVr the- band
bo)s'o)N(er siipier and musical entert.iin
nieiit this (ThurMlay) evening in KtsI Men's
building; tliey will spare no expense or Ia
lir to give a pleasant evening , to all who
ma) favor them with their presence. Our
citizens .should encourage them In a lilieral
support, as the) nitsl money to meet ncces
saiy exjieiises, and as we all enjrti g(sl
music and cxisvt it when the band rtoues
out the) must have supiHjrt to make tlieul-i
of acrobatic and athletic skaters will hold
forth at the Mikado on this occasion, and
will civ e their difficult aud wonderful it
fonnance. Tlie Davenjsirt brothers, Leon
and Hany, are well known to N phenome
nal in their line, having exhibited here be
fore as athletes with different organizations,
but when the same feats are iH-rfonued on
skates u is made tioutilv Inteiestmg.
' n n n .. .11 .1
Hie other, esiiecially "new thing on mil-J
1 "I .1 I .1 .1 1 .
(. is nothing less than the skating pom,
I .. , 1. - s- . . . . . ,
i General IVonnie. Not a base eoiiuterf( it of
kates it is made dotiblv inteiesting.
, the diminutive tspiiue, but a real live pony.
1 standing only thirty-live inches I1I6I1 and
, neighing but l'JO imuiids. which skates with
theeae. if not tlie grace, of an.iccouii.Uslicd
skater. And skating is by no unguis the
onlv aeeoiiiplishuieut theOeneral ihisscsm-s.
' a he Is said to lie one of the cutest trick '
p,,nies ever brought In-foie the imblie. and ',
, Iisiilavingan auiount of iiitelligeure ti.at is ,
j indeed remarkable. The .Mikado should
have crowded houses and grist the Haven-'
and Ceueral Hnunic.
AN0THER SAD ACCIDENT.
t. Men Klll.-.l..n the it.iilro.iil nt
the switch. The train men weie "poling"
tli- cars oil tlie switch. bile .it tlie same
i tune the cars were Iieins cnmiltsl tliran the
main tnitk. On this track near the cars
stood W. C. Welt, formerly a anliu.ister
of the I. I. t V'. in this city, and Peter
Held, a Xickel Plate ear iiisjieetor. The
two inenwerewrangling.it the tiiueoiisonie
unknown sitbjivt, when suddenl the ears
struck them. One was knocked to one side
if the road, and the other on the other side
and tlie legs of Isith were cut oil at ier
near the same place. Weity was carritsl
home to die, surrounded b his wife and
children, and llehl, who wa a single man.
was taken to Ids boarding houe. The two
men ditsl within half an hour of each other.
The remains of Welt were brought here
for burial tola, lie foruicrl resided here,
aud has man friends in railroad circles.
A CLOSE SHAVE.
A ,.)lllpe (f Kllll1(1, . ,.. ,. nilll
iirr.iii- n.nr u ..irm i:(hh. 1'rum
Iut night not a little excitement was
created at the Farm aud Fireside building
l,j a mishap that came er near destroing
two aluablc lilt's. Hergeron. tlie engineer,
and liarrv Worthingtun were iittemptinglo
throw the inaclilncry out of gear that runs!
tli.. ri,i..rs on tli.. m.iuo-ti.wir n n,o. ..r.. '
the lolilers on tin. upjier tloor. as tliesewere .
not in use. They had a long isile anil with i
it lifted tlie licit from the counter shaft that
ran tlie folders. In some manner the
licit slipjK-d and in an instant !x
' came entangled with a ierlle.il belt
which runs one of the presses, and ripinsl
the counter sliaft and a couple of large
I cone pullejs from the ceiling. The ina
chiner which weighed altogether no less
I than 1..100 jKiuniN fell with a terrible crush
i just between the two men, bale! grazing
j their heads. Had they been a foot (.loser
' together Imth would hae been killed out
right. This is the lirst mishap that has
(Hs'iirrisl since the tinii
building ll e ears ago.
uioied into thi
AsM-i.itt',lCliaritles si. lulling Coiiiinit.
l!e. -Mr. Wan en. President of the Axr ,
ciatisl Chaiities organization, has apliiuttsl i
the following standing committees: i
Ox Fin vnck John Foos, Josejili Harri
son, Amos Whitele, Jolin fs. ."dit'nuiter,
Falward Kinnane, Charles S. Kay, .". A.
Kxi-t t'livt. Covivurrn: .1 W. Keifer,
Koss Mitciieil. It is undfitood that tlie
Isiard will make -Mr. Wan en clialriu.ui of
O.v Kmi'I.ovmkxt Major James P.
(loodwiu, A. C. lilack. P. P. Mast, K. U
nucli waiter, J. S. Shew alter."
Ox Hosi'ir.vii airs. Iloss Jliteliell. Miss
Jennie King, Miss Kinil Warder, i. A.
How man. 0. S. Kelly.
The nine wanl presidents will constitute
tlie Committee on District Organizations.
AU that the iclnity of the Market street
bridge needs to make it au exact counter-
inrt to tho oil regions. Is a little linw- of oil. I
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i nese goous are substantially and neatly made, and combine jjreat durability with genteel ap
pearance. Economy could desire nothing better, as the stock is the best for wear that enters
into any shoe, while the prices are far below those of shoes of extra fine and really unneces
sary finish. They can be worn on any occasion, at home or on the street, at church or party,
and will look dressy and respectable. Good shoes could not be made for less than the prices
we ask lor these. They come in all styles and sizes for men, women and children. Prudent
buyers, and particularly heads of families, are invited to examine these goods.
ROUSE PARSONS, NO. 26 SOUTH MARKET ST.
A Mrc hiiiilcslinr? Itiitflicr I li.irge.l IV itli
Imposing lleail Motion mot llet-f on tlie
sprhiKfielil M.irk. I.
Officer Norton went to Mechaniosburg
this morning to arrest a butcher named Al
exander Freeman, who is charged with one
of the most heinous crimes known. It is al
leged that Freeman has been in the habit of
turyiugitp dead sheep, which he dressed
and brought to this city, where he Mild
tlieiuasfreslime.it. It is further charged
tli.it on last Friday lie purchased from a
fanner near Mechanic-sburg a steer that
was iIImmmiI and almost dead with a cancer
In the neck; that he killed and dressed the
same and brought it here, where he i!ishims1
of it as fresh meat. The indict' were in
fonntsl of tlie matter a week ago Tuesday,
and have been iMiietly collecting evidence
ever since. Officer Xolton went to Me
ch.iiiicsburg after the man last Monday, but
he was not to lie found.
The officer relumed with his man at 1 4.'
this afternoon and Jailed him. Freeman
says the charges, which were prefencd bv
parties in Met lianiesburg, are groundless.
The steer, he says, was purchased from a
fanner named Hedge, and th.atltwas.iweu.
not a cancer, which it had on its neck. He
has lieen selling meat here to Julius Oralis
and another butcher on West Main strtvt.
lie brought Mime cattle dim n here yt'ster
day and wanted to give hhiiM-lf up then but
was assured lie says by anotherliuteher that
there was nothing in the case.
A DISORDERLY IMAGE.
Olti cr Murslt.ill I.tctiires n VVnx I 'I go re for
Insulting it Ijoly.
The) are telling a rather good story on
Officer Marshall at police headquarters to
day. He was walking along West Mam
I street, near ('enter, alsmt nine o'clock la-t
night, when he was accosted by a lady who
told him that she had been insulted bv a
couple of men standing in a doorway, (sunt
ing to the museum of anatomy where stmxi
the wax images of Iiurke and O'llourke.
the notorious body siiatcliers.
The officer immediately stepjusl up
to one of the images and
collared him with no gentle hand, asking
him what he meant by insulting an unpro
tected leinale. I lie image failed to give
any explanation, and the officer remarked
tint a few- hours behind the bars would
floosell Ills tollgUO. tortllliatel) tilt- lllls-
. , ,. , , '
t.lkf W.1S (llscOVcrts! ill tlllie til prCVCIlt tilt"
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I '"fJn er.ition of the impolite hg.ire.
A DANGEROUS EXPERIMENT.
'' T. soiton J.itte.1 f..r n,l.i- 1,
" l"","t """ "''.-rflili to im. j
I-ist evening the N. Y. 1. A O. Uailmad
I company hied an affidavit before 'Npure
tout, charging . I. t. Sutton with obt.uning
C"oIs under false pretenses. Sutton is a
clockmakerjiy trade and looms on Fisher
-trts-t. A lot of gisxls. valued at IW.
I w,"rt" shipped to him by the Cable Wringer 1
'"" of -v";" York, over the.V Y. 1. A. O
Milton could not
show bills of lading foi
the s.ime, and it was found that
these hills had lieen sent to a
bank here witli sight dratts atuuhed. A
warrant was issued by Moid for his arrest,
and he was found at his hkiui by Chief
Walker. He was brought before the ":iuire
and his Umd lived at ::ot. in default of
which he was sent to jail.
Ht-al IM ittTr:iu-.rt-rs.
Margant l.ewellii to Fred. (
lot in Keller's addition. &M5.
Xicliolas Xiuisgcni to John Montgomery,
one-fourth acre of laud in apriuglield tp.:
C. II. I.udltnv to 1 Troutin.nl, lot on
Wt-,t 1'leasant street: t i-Jo.
Albert C. Frey to Knima Wanl. iiit
claim to lot on Xorth Market street: SI."
W. It. Ilaker, sheriff, to Frank C. GooJe.
lot on Patton street: STiiT. j
There will tie a sjux-ial
eonioeation of ,
si.rin-lii-I.I Cli mtiT "o Js I; M ,. neiu. oiiio. inriuriusning maienais aim con
.,.', ", (-liapitr ?.o. s, K. A. M. on' jtructlng tlie main setter of so much of the
Ihurstlay eiening l)is :i, at T oclock iireenmu:it sewer illstrict. or sewer district
sharp, for work in the Mark, Past and M. '
K. degrees. You are e.iniestl) riMUestetl
to lie present early.
11 order of the II. P.
II. Vixau Stv'y.
(,. .V. It.. Attention:
There will lira Hurting at the (i. A. U
hall this eieniii" to elect ollict-rs for the -
suing lear. As this is the regular annual
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election a large attendance is requested. ,
The following, i
uiivrniiii; n Sirincri'M '
joung in.,.,, is from theCatholicColumbian,
It wa-switli feelings of unusual sailness
,ll!l1 "le Catholics of iringtield atteiiiitsl
. . . ,,,,,. llf Mp ,,., ,,.,
..... . . .
the last funeral rites of Mr. John Murph,
.. , ,ii..i f .,w,ti..,r vl.w..,,.", i. l i
niioiuoioi on siinpuini .Mnci.io.-r i-.., ai i
In father resilience m that city. Death,
1 under all clreumstauces. bn'ngs sadness and
I regrets, but when tlie life ended is one ol
I usefulness and promise, when thekei-note
of the future jears has been sounded and
! the first filming note are ibtating with
coiuiiiendable hos, and plans, then, m
! deed, is the sorrow increased and the grief
I deejH-iKsl. Mr. Murph'. death leaies aia-
cane that will liefelt b allineniiieisof the
' isingregation, .us his genial dis sr.it ion and
upright character made friends of Imth
' ouug and old aud gale him a place in so-.
eiety jss-uliarly his own. His niaiked uiu- i
sical ahllit and olce of rare ijtialit plactsl
mm among the leailmg loeallst- of tlie fit v.
and his appreciation was fully testilnsl to
i . .. . ... ... . . .. . - . .
! tne is'alltliu; Ilorai irinute, prt'seiutsl li i
i a prominent iiH'al club of which lie
! His zeal -and ft rt or as a Catholic were
praeticaliy felt bi the choir of M. Joseph's
cliurch of wliich lie was organist and to
which he unsparingl devoted hh time and
i laienis, auo lew oung men nave tieparieu
i from amongst us, leaving such widespread
Mr. Murph leaves as monuments to Ins
memory, three characteristics that will out
fit egraniteor marble: he w as a lov ing son. an
aftcetionate brother and a sinceie lrieiul.
Alter the Ibspm-ri Mass Father Mdlei ii
liieroi a eri impressive- address vviiuh
brought tsnufort to the alllicttsi fi lends, ami
as all that was mortal of thedepaited was
lkortii, tniin St. Ifaiihacl's church, the suIh
i i r , n .......U ... i
uts ,oiie o. i..,- o.u. ... .. ,K....r,. ...c,
low-toned singing of his favoiite luelod
Sweet Spirit Hear My l'raj er w liile tlie
attending congregation of niouriieis eeliiHsl
silent the sad refrain. Vh-T.v.
r Persons contemplating a trip to
lou the excursion via the I. II. & W.
I ft ..rro.ult with Cpnernl Acent Helniick.
of the Tras au j pacific railway by calling
at the I. B. & W. ticket offlce In this city.
I Kesifireil to sight.
I I lie many friends and acquaintances f
Miss .Maria hlvvell, of I-igond.i. will be
greatly siirpnsed to hear of her complete
cure of blindness. Dr. T. F. Hliss, of the
l)f aud Far Institute of this cltj, assisted
bv Dr. C. 11. Kay, performed a Very deli
cate operation on the eyes a few weeks ago,
and the lady can now see as well as ever.
This is one of the many wonderful cures
that are Ifing iierfoniicd everj week by Dr.
libs,. 4;i a
llr. Von ortiians.(iiilenij.
Dr. and Mine Van Xonnan's M'hool for
ladies (founded lisl") will reoiien Oct. 1, at
31.1 West fifty -seventh street. New York.
Siecial advantages in music and modem
languages. Reference: Dr. E. V. Van
Norman, Springfield, O. 2S5tf
For a neat fitting Iad)'s or gentleman's
custom made shoe, goto Joseph Hruza. 31
F-ast High street. Fine work a specialty
and a good lit guaranteed. 2'J5tf
13till Vozzle Sj'i'inere.
We beg to call your atten
tion to the accompanying
illustration showing a Bulb
Nozzle svrl nee. superior in
every respect to' all other
srim:es. In Inflammation
or pain from othrr causes In
vvlitrlihot or cold water is
(Ieslred.no other syriiice is
so effectual orconvenlenta
the use of this, for, ulth Its
use, water can be retained
at will for nuy length ot
time. No sjrini;e equals
this fur the Injection of me
dlciual solutions, as the
medicines are brought la
contact vvltli all parts. No
ladj can expect to easily re
cover from vaginal or ute
rine diseases without a sy
ringe that can thoroughly
cleanse the parts and bring
the medicines in contact
with all the diseased parts
Call for circular at drug
stores, i or sale by all drulsts. Instrument
dealers or ruMier stores Price the same as
any ordinary syringe Manufactured by
G. W. Lufz&.Cn..lndimaJol Ind
(Unnltinte of Ontario Vett-rili.iry Ctillcc")
Okfki. S. W. Corner High and Market
btrtet, Springneld, Oliio.
e-CalIs by it.iyor night promptly attended to.
Diseases of the Feet a Specialty.
Telephones '"7 and TV,'.
MITK'K TO COVTIUCTIIIO.
SEALEIi proposals will tie rcccltea at the of
fice of the City Clerk of the city of tfprlng-
''-a lies un ami Is for Foster street be-
ttieen Mam street and the lntercentiun sewer.
south and ue.irly parallel with the general
; course ol Puck creek, according to the plans
profiles and specifications therefor on file in
' tlirnn'.ce of theCliil Engineer of said city.
I All liids must lie (or furnishing all the ma
'terialsand cuinpletlngtlie work according t
stid plaus, prntlles and seclneations. must
state price for l.ilir. and material separately,
must be signed hy the lull name of all persous
Jnterestct in sai.l bl J an.t shall also be sijned
uy some responsible disinterested person asa
cu.,rau,,e ', ., . contract will lie entered Into
MU'i hit- nitiv juti miJiitrvi I'liniucu saiii uiu n
.....i ,.. .. ,-i nr.s..u.i ...... i.iu.i - .ii t.t.i i. 1
acrepiea. ana inusi iw on nicnua me Liiy
Clerk on or Ifutf twfUt o'clock noon. 01
' X .utSlelrSd iSSSiLVelfallerlS
lo clock, noon, of said day. In the presence of
i sistant City Kngnieer.oranytwoot them.and
, reported to Council by the City Clerk at the
'first regular meetiue of Council thereafter.
IneLUvl lerk. .M.iror. Cltv Kinrlneer and As.
The t'ounrii rcsertes the right to reject any or
a ,,r,,os.-ils so received for any reason they
liy order of Council,
J. a. SiiKWiLiiK-Clty Clerk.
AI.K (' I'KIOONAL. J'KOI'-
VT to the command of an eiccution
issued from the court of common ideas of
Clark eountv. iihlo, and to nie directed andde
hiered 1 will offer for sale at Public Vuetlon
at Collin Cregory s livery stable. No. 'J2, North
Mark, t street. City of uurinElield. Clark
county, lihlo, on
1Ionl.i),Ile-clilber 7, A. !.. IXX.
At 10 o'clock a n
goods and chattel
i. the follow ing described
Hue liav. nurse
till irii,i,ls nnil chattels to he sold hv order
oi me (.nurt ol common rieas ot Clark county
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(OtUi.ln tlientse of Katie Vanhook vs. George
v annonK ueieiiiiani
'lerinsof sale Cash
M ILI.TAM It. HAKKR.
Pherltf ol Clark county, Ohio.
(i c liAWL's s attorney. uas
.oTici: to uiu: nosi: dkai.kils.
ei:AU;i PnuPOSALSwIlllie received at the
U offlce of the City Clerk of the city of spring.
nlt. Ohio, for funijshinx to said city fifteen
huiidreil ilTti fiM-t of lire hose for the use of
the lire department ot said city.
.ud proposals to lie for furnishing said hose
delivered liS,rlni;neld.O.. and must lie on file
with t!ie('itv( lerk on or before twelve o'clock,
n-on. on the tl davot llecelnlier, A. Il.lssTi. to
he oiiened ami publicly read immediately after
twelve o'clock on said day. in tlie presence of
the Major. City Clerk, Coy Englneerand As
sistant KiiiMiecr or anv two of them, and re
ported to the City Council at their first regular
lht.,Viuucll reserves the right to reject any
or all proposals for any reasou they may de.ni
Hy order of Council.
. 3m J. S SHKWALTKR. CltT Olwk.
VS ordered by the Probate Court of Clark
county. Ohio, I will pay to the creditors ot
at han and John Marsh a dividend ot ten per
cent., payable on and after December 2d, lisJ.
at oBc ot Uoode & (loode. Springfield. Ohto.
C O. Corns, Anlgnee.
lecembcrl, 1SS5. 4ila
W AROYALCi'.'iT Ji
Iit .tnuiitil fr )
HUFFMAN & niCHTER,
31 East Main Street 31
JONES, JOHN & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Celebrated Emma Mine
and Hurd's Shaft
The coals are far superior to any Jackson Coal ever shio
ed into this market once used, always used. Also, dealers
In best grades of Anthracite and Sunday Creek Coal.
Nos. 20 and 22 W. Fourth St., CINCINNATI.
Useful and uVcnraUrr articles for dra-flnir room.-, din far
rooms and chamber. Dinner cet and faille glassware,-
specialties. Prices low. Quality Superior.
Until further notice Coke will be delivered to any part of
tha city at the following reduced prices:
LUMP COKE, 8 CENTS PER BUSHEL. ($2.00 PER LOAD.)
CRUSHED COKE, 10 CENTS PER BUSHEL. ($2.50 PER LOAD.)
This makes the cheapest fuel for all purpo'ses. Leave
orders at the office.
Springfield Gas Light & Coke Co.,
30 EAST MAIN STREET.
In great profusion at the well-filled Warerooms of
L. F. WEHRMANN & SON,
17 and 19 West Fifth St., CINCINNATI.
Pedestals, Chairs, Hat Racks, Easels, Fancy Tables, Music Stands, Shaving Stands,
Brackets, Fire Screens, 4c.
OUR EXHIIIT WILL PLEASE YOU. OUR PRICES WILL AMAZE YOU
R. P.Willis & Son,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS
Cross Creek Lehigh C
Remarkable for its great Parity, Durability and
FREEDOM FROM CLINKER AND SLATE.
We tell the best grades of
0. C, B. & 0., Hocking and Jackson.
Contracts taken and
WOLISTON, WILDER &. CO.,
Morrow k Jonw.)
and Mechanic Sts.
and ART POTTERY.
III Pit OF GAS COKE.
Ornamental. Ise- .
Kirn and rjr. I
Kant. .Xotrl and I
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