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IMIIXOFIKU) OIiOIUC-Vol. A'l. Xft
IS OUR LEGITIMATE BUSINESS,
No Dry Goods Store Toy Catch
Our prices are guaranteed. We do not claim to give goods
away at "half-price," for the purpose of '-gaining the good
will of new customers," etc. The goods we handle sell
Upon Their Merits and Established Low Prices.
We do not offer to sell a silk dress at half-price, for the
purpose of TRYING TO MAKE a 5-CENT scrap-picture sale.
WE MEET COMPETITION HONORABLY,
And do not pretend to lose 30 cents on a toy and make it up on a
si'k or cashmere dress.
Our prices are guaranteed to he just as low as u. house in the
city lis lulling the ranie line of not tit it"..
We respectfully invite all to call and examine the
SPRINGFIELD SEED CO.'S
Holiday (Joods, as enumerated below:
5 AND 10 CENT COl'XTEHS.
Wo believe we are Male in hj inc these milliters eon
ttiin almost everything:. Household and Kitehen I'ton-
sils. School Children Supplies, ami an e ml less ariefy
A tine lot to select from, including I.uueli Ilnskets.
.Scrap. Fish. Work, Spout: e and Com b and Brush Itas
ketw: also Clothes Hamper.
'I he largest and most eomplele assortment of trinities,
iu the City, ceaMiMtiRg of llaj ing Cards. Domino, lSaga
telle. Cherkent. Poker Chips. Backgmnon Hoards. Dice.
Iiee Cups. Authors. Old Plaids. A complete line of
Children's antes and Building Bloeks.
Gold Fish and Globes
Can alnajs le found in stock. We aim to keep hoth
the Japanese and Fan-Tail (Sold Fish : also food for same
put up in small boxes.
The inducements offered by us in this branch eer
tniiil) are wonderful. For instance. & sheets of good
writing paper and 8 envelopes for ." Cents. fS sheets ol
good writ inc paper and IS envelopes for It) Cents, and
make specially low prlees on School Supplies and Hooks.
We hate a large stoek of Inks. Jlueilage. Fens and Pen
holders. I,ead Pencils. Blank Books. Legal Blanks anil
Olliee Supplies. Calling Cards. Wedding Outfits. Steel
and Copper Plate Work.
Leather Goods, Scrap Books, Albums, &c.
We have a verj fine stock, all new stales. Ladies
Satchels. Pocket Books. Card Cases. Cigar and Cigarette
Cases, ot el Scrap Books and Pictures for same: also a
full line of Autograph and Photograph Albums.
mirrors. 'Work Boxes, Albums, Pocket Books, and
we might say almost eer thing made in Leather, we
hate duplicates of in Plush.
Toys and Novelties.
In this department, at extremely low priees. ean be
found a icr large and complete assortment of the latest
Tojs and o cities now manufactured. We hate made
a special effort to offer something new in this Hue. and
feel that we hate succeeded. We ask an examination ol
our Dolls. Cups and Saucers, Glass Sets. Toy Tea Sets.
Tin and Wooden Toj.JIusic Xo cities and Pretty Or
naineuls for Brackets and mantels, and hundreds of
Christmas, Wedding and Birthday Cards,
This stock Is entirely new and of the very latest
Eastern St les. Our fine cards this year are all satin
finish without fringe, including a line of etchings, four
comprising a set. Undoubtedly the finest line of cards
ctcr offered in this city: and we belie e we are the onlt
house here hating this particular line this, the first sea
son, especially ia Wedding and Birthdat Cards.
Decorations and Floral Work.
We arc the largest dealers In Central Ohio in this
branch, earrt iug a complete stock of Flags. Fire-works.
Festooning. Hunting. Japanese o cities. Vc. We loan
or sell Decorations, and arc prepared to gite estimates
on house and street decorations.
We hat e TWO TOXS or first qualify Pop Corn shelled
ready tor use. tery fine and worth 5 ecuts a pound.
Fresh cut Flowers, including city grown Flowers of
the latest novelties, received Iwicedailt. Alnatsa fresh
supply on hand. Artistic Floral Designs for all occa
sions. Weddings, Parties, Funerals, promptly supplied.
Fancy Wire Work and Straw Baskets, dried Grasses and
Pampas Plumes. We hate, some tery fine SPLCI.TIKX
PLIXTS which we loan for decorations, and a large
stock of Holland Bulbs and Hyacinth Glasses. We are
now taking.orders for HOLLY I It Fit It Y and EVKIt
GItKFX FFSTOOXIXG for Christmas and cw Years.
SPRINGFIELD SEED COMPANY,
35 So. limestone St., Lagonda House Block.
SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -
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Senator John Shennin, of Ohio, Elected
President of the Senate, ly a
Strict, Party Vote.
Hi. II. m.. Inllnl In Or.l.r I.J tll- ClrrK-
l.r. it M.irm-. 1...-1 nu.l "! Illilinl
sirik.-! liirm.""""' rk I !
Mimi Klllnl Ni.ir tin- rw (r
Ion Ij.k., Nw l.rk.
i oiir.-. i iimi..I.
-iiim.ion. Ihf. T. Thi viiito w.i
o.ill.il l .irih rati: in. Aft. r inior, Mr
IJlnmniN nomiintnl Ninitor M nn in lor
plOilU lit nf till' M'll.ltO.
.Mr Virliin.niil a" a Milistitiito tlif
iiiiih ofll.irri-. Tin- -.i ami iu-.Mrt'
thvn onUnil. uin Mr. Vimrlui". motion,
.mil itu.i lot li a -trut iart oli-.
lu-niiiNin Mr Minium . I'ltitwl with
out furtlu-r iln i-mii. CoinmitUo t'rt'.iH
M.intiil t imtlf tlic inin!. nt ami lioiv. of
K'lr."-.iiUtix.,.if tin.' organization of llu'
'lhi'ii, iini luotioii of IjIiiuiikK at 1J :".
Tilt- Ntli.ltr!ok a rvi-s nf ll.llf 111 Imiir In
au nt tlworcuii-itioii of tin Iiiiiim'
t llo.Hl tin- lion-f .l c.lllnl to imliT In
.1 1! ( hrk. itxlirk. wlimalltil tlioiollof
nn iiiIh 1- oli-it
Vvhiotov, fit'ceniV'r 7. Tlio R
publican Senatorial caucus nominated Sein.
tor .lolin Slienmn, of Ohio, for the 'n-l-dencj
pro frmyxirc of the Senate, and the
Democrats for their p-irt in Mmulaj's pro
ceeding deeide.1 to compliment Senitor
Ham's, of Tennesei'. It was quite gener
ally expected that Mr. Sherman would
b nominated by the Itepublicans
after it became known that Senator
AHIvm. the only other geutlein in who had
been s ken .f in regard to the place, had
decided not to enter the race, because if
elected he would be obliged to re-iii aj
cliairnian of the Coimnlttee on Appropm
tiom. The ballot wa a mere fonnal affair,
all but four vote belnir ca.-d for him, theo
lieing for Mr. Edmunds. Senator Warner
Miller, of 'ev York, nominated Senator
bherman hi a short 'cli, and after the
result of the ballot had been announced
Senator Edmund inmed to make the iiomi
Senator Sherman then aeknon hile.1 the
lionor In the followini: brief n'eclr
fcEMT.iitp I returnyoium he.rtj Ihunk,
for Ihe lilRh honor you are atwmt lo contr
iijkmi me our tholce no ilouht, h. he. n
intlueui til br the fact that I bat v lonir I e n
a member of the senate Mill mv 1titl
hlthtrto )ia not trfien me the practicul er
perience nece-ary for a irool pre- d njr om
1 1 r I can onh ay. In nccptinir the ihihii ou
a'.'cned me that twill do all I tan Ja'rlj
an I mpartlallr to ob-nre and entorcp the
rule- of tlir i natn and ihall rrlj greatly
upon jour forbearance and courtesy
Sime time was then spent in di-cuiMuir
the EdniuiuN bill for the regulation of the
count of tlie electoral vote, and the Hoar
bill, v-dine the Presidential vuece.iiiii in
theeMnt of the President's death in his.
Cabinet. It was near! an hour before the
caucus adjourned, but I.fore doing so it
decided that the two bills mentioned should
be pressed to an early passage after the
The Democratic members of the IIouso of
neprecntatie met in caucus Saturday
night to nominate candidates for the oflices
of the Fortj-nlntli Congress. Mr. John
Hardolph Tucker, of Virginia, was made
temiwrary chairman and Mesi. Beach, of
New York, and Urockinrulge. of Kentucky,
acteil as -ecretarles. No permanent oriran
izatlou was effected.
The caucus immediately proceeded to se
lect officers, and Hon.Jobnt;. Carlisle, who
was nominated for Speaker by Mr Willis,
of Kentucky, was unanimously elected. A
Committee, consisting of Messrs. Kandall.
of Pennsjliania, Hewitt, of New York, and
Willis, of Kentucky, was appointed to no
tify Mr Carli!e of his nomination. When
that gentleman appeared on the floor be was
greeted with applause, in response to which
Mr. Chairman and flcntlemen of the Cau
cus It In starccly necessary for mo to a
bow hiKhlj I appreciate the compliment yon
hae Jut paid me. or bow much I thank you
for It. The unanimous nomination for tho
ottlce of speaker of the House of lleprei-ent-otle
by so tarire a bod of npre. utatle
Democrats from all part, of the countrj Is
an honor hich I do not pretend to leert e
on account of my err ees In the past, but
hlch 1 shall carncatlj endeavor to .how im
appreciation of b a faithful pi rfonnnncoof
official dum sin the future the labor Im
posed on the profiling olkccrof the IIou-h
Is ns vou all know, cry irreaU and
the ri-poniMllty som times almost op
pre. e but, .ith the couniet and
at-sltanee of Judlciou fri lid. I velltur.- to
Indulge the hope that till labor Liaj b so
performed and the resjonsdiilli so met ns
to proinote, to some extent at leift Iho In
teret of our arty and the uelfareof lh
countrj fur I teller, the two are luepara
bio .Son for lh first time In a iiuarterof
atcntur wefinl our-elvps n iHlltlcal as
sotitwith the executive departratnt .if the
lotrnment andlhcreforo charKed with tho
resMnsil life which have heretofore
rifled uon our opponents Alrendj I
Ibmk. it has been aemonstratfl to llm .atis.
fact on of all reasonable men thai the inter
tsis of the(.iintrjare safe in our hands,
notwithstand mr the irloomv predictions
mado I ef. rt. .ur accession to pow er In my
jiidiruicul a full und complete r. cotrnitlon
of the llfmocratic principles in our iiiiutii
nient i as.ntial, not onlr to the pre.er
vallon of the rights of ind (duals and local
communities but also to the preservation of
tho t'nlon or the Mates Jf ihi is tn bo the
peopl s liovernment the peiple mut con
trol it, subjCHt, of tour-e. to the contitu
tional limltatons wh ch the bate veen
itroner to plato niton the rowu imiwit As
we are the immed te repre ntat e. of tho
people our hfch-' diilj a- 1 irilator . to
execute their w id and nrvinot l heir interests
as far as t'io powi rs del. gate 1 lo us will t n
able us to iu c. mpl sh the-e rt-u ts It wilt,
therefort. be m hi.h.st aeib t on In d s
charging the dut o of the ollite for which
vou have nominated me tn ait tn seeur
ing the-.ielib rate Jinlirment of the ma'orltv
uHin all uuistions pr ent.sl for tin. consul
entionof thellouse This in rai t.tsthetlr-t
the paramount dim or a presidium omc. r I
return for jour compliment I cm promise
nothing more than an earnest HlTort in Ibis
dirt ctlon. and if I hall fa 1 to miet vour a
pectatlons in this or anr otlu r particular
1 am sure totl will attribute it to the proi er
iaue I trut, Mr Chairman that .luring
the time we are a oclated h. re in the Korij
ninth tonirres w may be able to illm it sh
the exH nditures of the l.o . runitut 1 ghteu
the bunl n-.if the ptople refurm abuses in
the pub Ic scr ce. complete ibe restoration
of .onndence and fraternal fichus' aiuonir
the jeople In all sections of tiie countrt and
git such asstiruice of a wie and pairotlc
ld cj as will guarantee n lomr 1 ne of Demo
critic a.lmlnistrat on. Hiere s much to be
lone and the re-ponlbil ty for its aciora
piishin. nt ie-ts lareeh on the jrentknun
whoare as-,1 mbled lure this een ng
The IU publicans of the House nut in the
afternoon m caucus and (Us Ided to nomiii lie
J!epreiitatie Hee.1, of Maine, as the can
didite for 'in'.iki r. A full ticketwasiihc.il
in the fielnVtlmugh tlie oiilj conhst was fur
the io ik rslilp noiiiiiiation. winch la be
tw.snHiv.1 and Hi-iKlk. of New York.
Reed was put In nomination b Mijor Mc
Kiiilet In an able sieiih. and the iioiuint
tion was secondeil h Judge Kllt, the
"father of the House " Hi-oock was suj
pirtisl lij William Walter I'lielp. of New
Jerset, and Jiidstin, of Kmas He retelied
onh alKi it fortj otes out of alioiit 10s,
Heed gettliu tlie remainder, except some
fieor six, which were scattering. 'I hi re
was loud applause after tlie vote, but Heed
did not think it n.feVsiry tonnke a speech,
and the cauci.s immedutelv wuit to work
to nominate the reiuaindir of its ticket by
Hut one name was presented for each of
the minor oflices. Those nominated were:
for Clerk, Colonel W. O Cro-by, of Iowa;
S rgeant at- Urns Captain A. O. Marsh, of
Indiana. Dooikeeiier, Colonel J. IC Selil.n,
of Connecticut. l'o.tinrk r, Ch tries. W.
Aihin5. f Marjhnd; Chaplain, Hot. F. T.
Kritt, of Nebrask.u
l.akb.i.d gdii. .sk.sl to Annex Iliirlu.ib.
I!ii.iiii, Dec. 7. 'llii'tliaiulKr of om
merce Ii.is riia-absl its rtsiui.t to the gov
ernment to annex Iiurniili, In ac
lonlanie with tlie ili of tlie Itur
meo iKfipK', and jirotests that the
appointment of another Hunneso rultr
would iead to endless trouble. In a
brisk tnoouilterlietwi.H'ii 218 UritJ-.h oldiers
and 1,000 Burmese on Wesluesday at N'ivad
na. three British were killed and 00 Bar
mee were killed and 15 wounded.
SPKCS'GFIELD, O., MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7 lb85
How the Authorities of Wyoming- Oot Ula
f ln ol Twrnty-Klve OleslUls.
Si vtti r, W. T.. Decemlier 7. The dls
P'lte regirding the disposition of twenty-five
Chinamen smuggled from Ilritish Columbia
was brought to a close Friday bv suniinary
action on tlie part of tlie United States au
thorities. The case has excited vv Ide atten
tion. It will be remembered that these
Chinamen were found some months ago on a
rock in the Straits of Tuca. where the) had
I e'en abandoned by the master of a schooner
who had lieen attempting to smuggle them
iu'o tlie United States. The were taken
In-fore the Commissioner and the Maislial
ordi red to scort them back to British Co
lumbli. Tlie authorities of that province
ref iiH-d to receiv e them without the paj
nii'iit of hftv dollars per head tax required
bv the Canadian Ian. 'I he Marshal acconl
inglv returned with theui. and the) have
since Ihvh confined in the United States
leniteiitiarv, on McNeil's Island.
On Mondav last thoy were brought before
tin- United States Court here, and Judge
C.reen Instnicteil United States Marshal A.
Oeoige to escort them across the boundary
line and leave them in British Columbia,
without regard to the protest of the British
Columbian authorities. Marshal George ac
cordingly took them across: to Semiohnioo.
a town near the boundarv line, and then
escorted tliein across tlie line and two miles
into Canadian territory. They were turned
Iooe there, having previously been sup
plied with provisions for several dajs.
Thev stirted off for Vewr Westminster, hav
ing no desire to return to the United States.
A DOUBLE TRAGEDY.
Warrr Courtney, a Colored Itrakeman.
Shoots I'olire I lentemtnt If arillng, ol
I oiil.vllle, Kj., and I. In Tarn Shot hy
I.oiiviuk, Ky., December 7. Schro
der's grocerj and siloon, on Ninth street,
was the scene of a double tragedy last night
About nine o'clock Harry Courtney, a col
ored brakeman on the Chesapeake A Ohie
BailroiiL entered tlie place and created a
disturbance. On being ordered out he drew
a revolver and fired upon an employe named
P.q-e. The shot misled Its mark and
( ourtnerran out of the door, where he was
met by First Lieutenant of Police
Ed. Harding, who was attracted to
tlie spot by the shot Befora
II inline could draw bis weapon Courtney
hied at him. striking him in the back. As
Harding staggered Into the saloon Courtnev
put.hU arm through the half open door and
tins! again, the ball taking effect in tlie
b irk of Harding's head and killing htm
At this point Policeman Ferguson arrived
on the scene and, drawing his pistol, fired
siuiultaneouslv with Courtnev. Courtnej
Ml dead with a bullet through his head,
while Ferguson was unharmed. Lieutenant
Harding leaves a wife and five children.
trii;1ittiil storm ...i uiki- MUliignn The
Clin u.o, Dv. 7. The frightful gale
that sw.pt the lakes Fridav night was fol
low r I jt-sterilav lij another almost npial in
viol. net', which Is still raging. 'I his morn
ing tlie few tesst-Is arriving reiwrted an
iinusiiallv s.vere trip. In each case the
vi--els wen- i-overisl with lie, from
st.ui to stern, and the soamen were
(ouiplitelj worn out. Among tlie over
due vessels is the steam barge. Maggie
Mar-hail, IhiiuiiI from Manistee to Chicago,
with lumber Slie parsed Milwaukee Fndaj
ivtiiuig. Sliecarritslacrtw of fifteen men,
of whom Captain Hanson was commander.
'1 he signal -er i e n-ported temperature
as one degree below zero here at eight
o"eIok this muniing. while other reports
mode tlie temperature from eight to ten de
grees Ih-Iovv. '1 he weather was bit'er
enough for all piirs-es in anj cunt
Tlie nn rimy at Winnepeg was -0 lielow
zero, at t. Paul 14 lielow. at Fargu 1U be
low, at IhibiibuotS lielow.
I.vth. Humors of tlie lo-s of the pn
1 HirMaggie Mar-liall an- without founda
tion. She is laid up at Manistee, w lit re
she has beui forov.r a wevk.
IlltrtAnt Mrik.s.New ) .rk A lloston ote.
Viw oitk, Dec. 7. A noi'we-t tiIi7Z.ird
stmi k tins citj alxiiit Iialf-pa-t one o'clinvk
thi- morning. T.n ininutea la-fore that
hour tlie skv was jitrfettlj clear
and the wnatlur tranquil. with
the tin riiiomtUr at alxe.it frtezing
;iint, and the wind blowing at tlie rate of
hftj miles jht hour It was accompanied
bv a blinding snowfall. The thtrmimeter
nn down qiinklv into the twinties. The
-non -(am abated but the wind toiitimiel
di-iatcli from Boston saw "Capt.
Martin, kit ja-r of the Mtnot's "Lisige light
hou-e vva-alile to leave his sst vesterdav
for the first time Mine tlie gre.it Morni f
la-t we. k "
Noother light-hou-e In the world is so
es.-isl to tin- iuere of the -ca wind. Tlie
pinnacle of the -tnu tnre tout p. m-arlj two
hundred f.s-t almve tlie vvavis. and vtt the
trem. ndniis -iiL- last wetk da-litsl nftj feet
II.nl liilunj Ai iilent on tlie Cnn-viln l'n
rllU. Toi.ovto, Div. 7. The through pas-
-eng. rs. t-.i-t from Winnepeg. arriving here
ia-t night bj tlie Canadian Pacific road,
brought details of a terrible railnav acci
dent that happuied to the train bv which
tin-) were traveling on Fridaj list.
Ukiii n.-aring I,udliur the Junction rail
spread, au-tiig tlie train to leave
the traik The train went down a deep
einbinkment. Tlie -toves In'ing ovtrturucit
-it tire to all the tars, most of wlin h were
tillisl with pas- ugt rs, man) of whom wire
asleep at the time. All pa i ngers es.-api.sl
with tlnir hvi-s. although mill) wire in
jured and some verv st rioiislv. if not fat.tllv
biinieiL Ihe whole train is a complete
w r.-i k.
The passengers wire saved from being
frozen bv keiplug near the burning wreik
until assi-taine arrlveil.
1 ire mid ic; lrarlure nt t'ln.ngo.
Chic oo, Di-c. 7. Short!) after mid
night a lire was discovered in Cribls-n and
"sexton's stove vvanhoiise, a hvestoi-) linck
building at tin- lornir of Erie and Town--riid
stn-et-, hllist witli stoves. Tlie loss
was -jui) OiW. filllv insured. Two aci-
dints iK-iurrisl when the rear wr.ll fell Into
theail.v. John Ilaiiiiou and Kd Ciidmore.
lireiiiui. wire mjiinsl, thelatttr siiiferiiig n
f rai tun' of the leg.
A I -. (.em nil In vlei.o.
Sr Lulls, Dec. 7. A di-pitih from
"sillillo. Mi kn, savs; "Central Staulev,
comniandi r of the department Texas,
United State. Arm), arrived tliereSaturdav
list Ye-tudi) lie wa- t. ndertsl a receii
Iicm under direction of (.iiienil Carvlnantes.
nulitarv governor. It is not stated what
ins iiu-sioit is to Meiio.M
Jit i.i.m'-CoiiNf b-.N.Y.,Div.7. Atthe
new Cmton aquisluit earl) this morning, at
shift No !. four nun were killed and one
latall) injured. In the falling of a iros,
Icam. or "bill)," as It Is called. The beam
fell a hundred feet, upon their head..
tieuer.it I'l.U Mierlilaii n Ills Vnj lo
Cincvc", Die. 7. Cm. Phil Sheridan
and liispiitort.itural liaird. .irrn.il n the
..I,. I .. . 1 .ttllllt. .111.1 II til taut. .. f.w 11.. I.
Ui- it.-i i.,iiiii int.. .im nuic iui it hs.
ington tod iv.
oiiug Ch tries Deluioniio, with his fash
ion tbl) lo-e-iut hair, little inoii-taclie.
keen black e)t's and smiling face, is so mod
est and unostentatious that few know liiui
al(outtown except as a remarkably well
drcssed and quiet ) oung gentleman of means
and tastes. Like tils late uncle, Charley,
he generall) prefers to take his refreshments:
elsewhere, it is not generally known that
for) ears the late Charles Delmonico took
Ids principal meal at a Fourteenth street
dollar table a note.
The Political Situation in England 0a
of Ptrpl-xitj to British tf
Liberals a Tie Willi the Tone, and 1'iir
H.lllles Coinbli.e.l Sever.! C'on.tlllieq.
irs .t tn ot Vote 111 Ireland.-.
TUP IOI1TICVI sti TIoV.
IiOMioN, Dectmls-r 7. The i-ihtical sit
uation is one of pcrplclt) to all British
politicians. Tlie Liberals clos-d tlie week
with a tie with the Tories and I'arnellltis
coiublneil Theie are. "lion ever, enougli
eonstitiiencies vet to vote to mike the whole
issue caie of absolute nut i-rtamt). A gl ince
at'the history of the campaign will nnko
the reason of this ihm. Wli.nMr Clnl
tonowas riefeateil in the Pailiauiiut irv
vote in which the Home Kulir-nlthditw
their strength from him, lie knen th it hit
absentee votes added to tlie votes he tallied,
would'be more than sufficient to overcome
the entire alhod opposition Henasdis
gustist witli Ins whole reiitioiiship to tho
Irish ' party, and, eonli lent in his
strength, resigned jiowtr In order to
regain it on a new found ition.
w herein he could bo indepnidi nt of the
Irish uiemliera. Hede-ired to have at his
bicka.Bntir.li nnjorltv, -o that nhitever ho
might 'do for Irelind should lie aci ept.sl as
a concession and not as an extortion He
felt entire!) ab'e to accomplish this result
He had enfranchised '2,000,(kK) voters, had
redistributed the bound tries of the constitu
encies and felt certiln tint his party would
gain Urgel) from tliese iin-a-uri-s.
Whn the campaign oiened, however, the
Radical leaders wtnt off on "their onn
hook'land tried to secure an alliance with
the Home Rulers, with whom the) believed
they cj)uld secure the government for them
elvesj In making the effort the Hidicals
committed themselves to several ver) ad
vancsl princip'es, which were aipular
thromjiout Irelind and M-otlaud. and in tlie
Engli-Ji rural province- (outlining the bulk
of the. lie. v I) enfranchised voters. Chief
amougf these w vs dise-tabll-hnient The
ParneDites. however, dislni-teil the Iladi
calsaufl courtislan alliance with the Tories,
wlio vvj-iv then in the hr-t tlu-h of ovver
and stronger with tlie in-ople than now.
Ilieltbme liuhrs acconluiglv llirt.il witli
the Kadicais in older to -.-cure tetter terms
from the Conservatives. The iatler tlnall)
agree.! to the Ir'sh terms and the Par
nell-Salisburv compact was announced
By tills time (ilulstone hid be
come thoroughly aroused and b) main
fon he compelled the Iladicals to
return to their allegiance to tlie Libera!
party But they In! so generally and
tlinrou(hl) pledged themselves to disestab
lishment that their minion nitii tlieCrand
Old JIan's followers seared anay from him
large numbers of tjjp moilerate Liberals,
Who went over to the Tories to "save tlie
churelu" The-e accessions were so numer
ous that the Conservatives threw as de all
other Issues and placed tliem-ilves before
the comitrv us the defendeis of the English
Church. In this attitude the) received so
much encouragement that they felt certain
of success without Irish help. So, after
this had lieen turned over to thenJbya man
ifesto from P.imell. the Con-, rvatives repu
diated It and po-ed as a pure and unalloyed
Never before in English history was a po
litical situation just like this. There are
clearlyfcur distinct and distinctive parties.
The Radicals and Lllierals are nominally
united, and so are the Tories and Home
Rulers. The latter alliance is unnatural
and unreliable, while the former, although
unreliable, is tiaturiL The Radicals, claim
the credit of the Lltieral success among the
new voters, and the Lllierals claim it among
the old. The Conservatives are in a hope
less minority without the solid Parnell vote,
and would be helple with It against fix
Radical and Ldieral v ote combined. On the
other hand, the Pamelhtea could alwavs de
pend Uon a large Radical vote on any fair
Parliamentary measure in the interest of
The total Panirllite vote In Ireland was
221, 8bl. The Lo)ahst-. Including hoth To
riosand Liberals, polled only 121.101. It
was only In Ulster tint the I.o)alists polled
more votes than the Piniellites. There the
vote stood! Parnillltes, 41 OTS; I-oyalists.
M.StU. Outside of Ul-ter the vote stood:
Parnetlites, 17H.21"; Ivalits, 26.73'.
Four Tor) candidates w ere elected with
out opposition for tin. We-t and East di
visions of Count) Down and Dublin Uni
versity. Twenty Parnelhtes were elected without
opiosition. Thus far 17 Tories. CO Parn.II
Ite and no Lllierals have been elected In
Ireland. Jlr. T. I'. O'Connor has also been
elected in Llveriool. He elects to sit for
Liverpool, and .Mr. C D Cra) elects to sit
for Dublin. Tills haves two more safe
seats for Pamellltes in Cain ay and Carlon.
Of the seventeen constituencies which have
not vet voted, fourteen are certain to elect
Parnellites. T he-e addts! to those above
tated make eight) -six seats Inch are now
assured to the Parnellites.
A dispatch to the Stamlanl from Vienna
ga)s that a conference on the Servian sifia
tion lias hem held in tint citj between
Count Kalnokv, the Austrian Preiiier, Hen
Tisza, the Hungarian Pieuner. and other
high officials. A ftir the conference Count
Khevenhiiller, the Austrian JlinUter to
Servia. startel for Vi-cli, bearing an urgent
message to King Milan that a resumption of
the war would bring upon Sen la dangers
which even Austria's good will would be
powerlca to prevent Prince Alexander
was also notified that Austria will intervena
If Nisch Is captured.
The Stumiinf, In an article which Is evi
dently inspired, sa)s that Ioini Salisbury
will not resign as a result f the'Iorv de
feat The failure of tlie Tories to obtain a
majority does not It says, prove that a
mandate to govern has been given by the
Nation to an) other coherent body of states
meiu Cii!0, Decemlier 7. The new Jlahdl'e
followers have taken up a no-ltlou at
Kohek. a few miles south of Wady Haifa,
vv here thev are throw iug up entrem hnieuti
and mounting guns. Many of them are de
serting. Rvvooov, December All nf Burmah
south of JIandalay Is now quiet King
Tlieebaw's ministers are temporarily ad
piinlsterlog the Covtrninent under the so
ts?rvlsion of Ceneial Prendergast and Colonel
fdaileu. AH the Buimfse nitlve troops hava
been ordered to rejairt at Jlandalav.
1. of Tax-Assessed Lands.
Albvnt, N. Y., December 7. Begin
ning next Wednesday morning. Comptroller
Chapm will commence tlie sate of lands lia
ble to lie sold for a-sessed taxen levied In
the)ears 1S77. 167S. 187U. lS-o, 1S91 and
1SS3; also certain lands liable to be sold for
levied taxes from IViO to ls70 Inilusive, or
o much of the-e land- as may be necessary
toj cover tlie taxes for the above named
jears, together with interest and charges
due at the time of sale. T lie lands are lo
rated In twent)-three counties and the aai.
Will b the largeit ever uiad.
Cbll.lrenl.il.- In.x iibtted Willi Ilibl.s.
Npvv Ynth Decemb'r 7. Pasteur, the
celebrited French scient st, has cable.1 his
willingness to treit the six children bitten
bv mud dogs In w York, and a fund is
1h Ing raised to send tluiuto Paris, where
lie can inoculate tin in with the rabies vims.
Mass lor the It. post- r Itlel's -iniil.
JIiisti'.i vi. .December 7. At the cele
bration of ini-s for Ibel'sS'iul onIatThiirs-
ilav Votie Dime Church, which will hold
10,000 in-rsoiis, was not half filled. The
ciintiibutiou amouutiil to only iiftj-tvvo dol
lars. Well-Kiiown Kiigrater Ded.
New Yoiik, December 7. James SmIIlle,
the well know u engraver, died on Friday,
at Poughkecisif, of pleurisy. lie w as bom
In Edmburg in 1S02.
Mr. Moody will carry hl evangelistic war
into Brooklyn this week.
FOR THE POOR, PLEASE.
The 1 omen's
t Black's Oinra House next Thursda)
evening, Dec. 10. The programme Includes
tlie livt local tali nt in the city, and is not
at all confined toC. A. It. circles. It will
la' a unique and Interesting performance,
one rare!) witnessed, one that should be
liberally pitmnlnsl, Isitli las-.iu-e of its -cillence
and the puri"'-e for which Its pro
i is-ds are to be devoted.
ncient tune-and songs whiih were sung
lii)e)e.ir of our linL 17s", and which
will la-once more pla)isl and sung at a
Creat Cone, rt Singing Jletting of )e Old
Folks in costume of ) ear 17s", to la- at
tended at Black's 0n House, on )e tuni
pike known bv )e names of Jlaiu nnd
Markit. In )e township of Spnngti. Id. on
rimr-da), ve loth da) of ve month of De-
lemlar. Mino Domini. Milt CCLXWV.
iluii ion. two Kngli-h Shillings fiiV i
te door- will 1m-osu at earl) i. indie light,
ve -vngviige will Is-gin at s of ve lock.
Tune Find, r and T line Beatir, iiiiiii.lab
Organ. Mihitalal K..tumh Nil-on.
Wiiiimi n "sing, rs Iirah ins) Ferlinda
(.illitte. hl-peth Bihnva Dolson. Malviua
M ijhop Williaiiis (she that was ajluzvl,
Eldonido Smith Thomas (she tluit was a
Smith), N'anc) nn B.stlioven Ilouik, An
geline Pdiehqa- St.irkev, s.imiiitha l!ox
aiiua hinu-st, I-- im inmtlia I'aulinila Simp
son, --u-m ill Fordvce IVnhel.l (she that
was a Bas-itt). Eiidon K.iturali Dtlo.
(.lorsvina Liuh i.i Jlenz, Kerenhappuih
Orviila Kilmer, Tophenh Cordelia Cla).
MenneSingers Josi ill llen Ilvpes, Ilez.--
kiah biliu keniiislv. S.indv Hugh JIc
Cutclieoli. EhinsL-zer Phirx-eas Sellers, Abi-
liu Plentiful Putnam, lortuuattis backup
Sterna. Donald Ic-habal.l JlcCutc heon.
limothv JIeiliilN-heth Folgcr, Aminadah
Kxiillent M.lri. h. Conielm-Era-tus Kil
mer, Jlaienu-wTikiuui. Cu-lnnaii, .lehoin-
ilab OjH-nhe.irt --li.irii, Shersbiah ahuiii
Names of e tunes and).' lasqilewho
sing them will be iTllit.it and given awav
at )e disir of )e -inging plac-e. Black's Op
tra lloiise, nu ve coniirof )e tunipikes
know n as Main and Jl irkt t, Thursda) even
ing. )e Klthila) of Dei.uilier. Ye tinill
Issq.Ie under ii ).-ursof age will bead
mitlisl for out English -li)llinge (iV.i but
the) laiinot n.rvea sitting place fur that.
Ti.m D.-c. r. 1 Iiim with Iea.-ure
that Plulitiis J (imsliUh will la.- i catuli
dite for tin nomination of recorder. I
ha-til) endorse the retxirt. He ranks
among the leading teai hers of the county.
being in-r-onall) eiidor-cd b) LeRo) 1).
Brown, state examiner. He is a brother of
Dr C. H.f.oodruh. editor and proprietor of
the'Iro) Chronicle, which organ has betti
-o iiifu-tsl with fiood-ruli blissl ashas in ule
Trojans riiogiuze that particular qiialit) as
dc-irvingof the n mark, bhssl tell-.'' I
want to -jieak a thoii-stnd gisal Words for
Philitiis, for 1 can assure mv readers that
he Is a hr-t-ciass nian. quaiilie.1 in every
pirtlcular for the position Tonight the
Tro) Lecture Cour-eoiH-us with the Red
path Concert Companv. The next en
gagement is Prof. DavidSwing.Jaiu 12.
Mi. and Jlrs. Joe Sihauer visited in Piqua
Ia-t week. J tt and D. Rothtrmel vis-
lte.1 In Plea-ant Hill part of lasf wirk.
.Miss JIaude Townle). of West Milton. Is
visiting In town Loo Balhelm Piquaed
lvstweek. John Kelle) lias Hold his en
tire stock to tlie Beedle A. Kelle) machine
shops. Jlr. Keli.y has bt-t-n an active
member of the tirni for twenty )ears.
Miss Ida Vorc has return.sl to West Milton.
Jlartiu Ii)ton is visiting at Bunker
Hill, near Shine) Jlrs. "Hi Bumble''
has returned Troiu a four weeks visit aX
Crestline. CTilI Hlckok and Ills sister.
Ml (.racie. SundaMsI witli tlie fainilv of
W. I. Tennv . H. Coleman
(.. A. It iio-t will bold their
annual ilettion tomorrow night
Little Frank II irrt- injured by l-ing
kiHsked down bv a buggy, i- recovering
liictly more extimhsl notice should
lie given bv the (.. A, It bo)s toln-uroa
larger tuni out to their camp tires. .Dr.
Kiinvau In Id the monthly childrc n's huh ting
at JluiUrry stntt ihtinh li-t nlglit.
Creel) Funi is his gone to Iowa C. I.
Van (Teve i entertaining his brother, who
is a student at Delaware. 1 he njieretta.
''Ihe Jlagic I'm," is In-ing ireured bv tlie
pupil- of tlie mIiouIs, to be given New
Year's eve. Tlie procei.is mil be devotcsl
to the erection of a gyiiinaslum Lit all
pin nts i ucotirage their i hildren to do their
best; the cause is a most pnu-ewortliy one.
V lirge delegation of the ladies of the
Pre-bytenaii church will attindti uii 1011-
ary uniting in Springtieldoii Thur-d iv.
Harry, yomigest sou of I apt. William-,
died Saturday night Funeral -irvice-
were held at the re-ldence til.i). Clnis.
B. Snlnk Piquatsl Saturda) night, Lit
rroj.uis nmi Hilar the noble work of the
W. C. A., and liuv tickets for tlieir enter
tainment n xt Friday night. 1 he winter l
groning lolili r, and eviry -!" cents given to
siv "Jladame Jarlev's wax-norks" will
keep the wolf from many door-.
Nivv C via 1st k. !)-. 7 The selling
matili given by the Ladies'. id Nuidj nt
the Presbyterian church at the town hall
last s-atuiday evening was a pronounced
success in every way h. S. Jlohlir won
the lirt prize, a i opv of Longfellow's e-em-.
It . Jiitcliell -tandiug stioud.
irene minimis nsiw tno seioud prize
.inn cnme .Miuni-ii suimiing seumiL
Ihej will give another pnie spelling con
test at tl uue place next Satiinlav even
ing a week. Webster's Unabridged Dic
tionarv will Ik-one-of the prizes then. There
will lie two other prizes of less value, but
all will belK.ttirthau the last wire. Tnentv-
nve words will tie -elected front the diction
ary for tlie mutest for the dictionary.
The words tor the contest for the other
prizes wilt lie taken from JlcCuffey's
fqieller, from page 73 to 110. Tho-e vvi-h-ing
to enter the contest for the dictionary
will be ristnre.l to pay 21 cents extra.
Ceneral adniittante. ten c-ents. David
Uitaiisett dec Hint who should pay for an
oyster supper for six last Saturday
evening tiy making the startling announce
ment that he vntcil for Hoodie hi the list
election. David tumisbed a bottle of wine
of his own manutai litre, but this will not
do linn an) good for lie can not now la.
elected to the ixisition of constable and mar
shal of the tmn. being a democrat
Ihe Bethel lown-lnp liaciers' Reading
Circle met heie la-t Siturd i) Tlie) had
anixcelKiit imeting, about two-tliinls of
the te ichers of the town-hip being pre-ent,
I he next meeting will be held in Donnells-
ville on tlie -ecoud S iturdav in Januar).
F. J Hughs, th,- agent for the raiiro.nl
company nere, snows an the cour-
tes) tint a in in could in aij'
lio-ition, but the company l- treating tlie
town with tlie meanest contempt. There
are iii.inv cross-roan stations that are
eqmpiH.il better for tlie aeeoiiiinodation of
pa uigers than tills tow m. If the town
council forces them to do all that thev might
force them to do, it will cost them more
than to furnish tlie few conveniences
for which we a-k at present
We noticed Dr. Van ( leave and lady at the
spelling: match. Tlie doctor is generally
found in a front -eat in all meetings for tlie
advancement of education l!ev. C. W.'
Clmate pleached an uble sermon to a
well -Idled hou-e lost Sibbitlu
Mi-s Sarah Forgy. a maiden lady nftv-tive
years old. living with her brother and sis
ter, both unmarried, about two miles exst
of here, died very suddenly last Saturday
evening at 3 o'clock. She had lieen com
plaining some of headache nil day and on
this account n tired earlier than ii-uai.
Soon after -he hid retired it vv.ts
discovered that she was breathing labor
iously. Her sister went toiler bed and
found in r apparently all right On going
to her bed tm minutes later she was found
dead. Dr. Nell was summoned and pro
nounced it a case of apoplexy. Tlie three
own a tme tract of land, are well-to-do and
hrst-class tieopie. The funeral will take
place, from the residence at 11 o'clock to
morrow, interment ai.ew Carlisle cemetery.
BRUCE. HAUK & CO.
We have in stock
the finest and largest
line ever shown in the
city of Men's Smoking
Jackets, English Neck
Mufflers, Japanese and
Pongee Silk Handker
chiefs, French and Irish
Silk Umbrellas, with
Gold, Silver, Buckbone
and Natural Handles.
Neckwear, London and
Everybody admits we
carry the largest line
of Neckwear in the
city, ranging in price
from 50 cents up to
the finest London
BRUCE, HAUK i CO.,
CLOTHIERS & FURNISHERS
2-lb. Cans, 40c.
l-lb. Cans, 20c.
13 East High.
.T. 3r. MLFFER,
HALLETT AND DAVIS,
The triumph of uiii-Ical nierhanism,
WILCOX AND WHITE
Pronounced hj the best judges as
the instrument not only of the
present, but cf the future. Im
prorement in it ha reacned the
N. G. HAMILTON & CO.,
So. 9 KAiT M UJf 5.TRKKT.
WANTED RELIABLE ROY
or man to handle the riaetaaatl Dallr Fs la
Ikls elrr ' rraaadlBa lasl-ars.
So monvy requln-d. loo pr cent, pront. CMunpls
coplesod acentt' oatflti free. Send sump lor
u-rms, sad list at prsmlams to s(nui g ettlna np
copies and 1 the luceu nJ best paper of lu pric
BnUtshed In the West. Ailrtrres
'VKK CIMeUIAn rutX. Ctaelaaatt. .
PBIOE TWO CENTS-'
A. ' .Vr"7Ain"nIJmtoi
Sottthewt corner 1
rrouir x law, kTtaitMm
- .f -Mt nfAV.
"m," Mitchell Bloet.
J A. ----"
Cor. VsrHttaDitlllgh strreU. oxer Merraw I
"""fj-gooth Market St.
S. E- Cor. Main and Market Stt.
sit- If. HMITII
V , IIIIH or ACHWO TTH C17TIB
PHYSICIANS AND SUHCEONS.
IV .iiTifrti. its irlfllof .
33 W. Main St. Residence 3U W. Mala.
12 Bucklnsnam Block.
L . 106 West Mala St.
KM. BELL HCUCK,
I , rHTSiast sm acsoioir,
S2E.niEhSt. Kesldeace 177 Center St.
I raTSICU ASO OTMCOtOOtST,
76 W. Mala St.
rHtstaA sd scsorojr,
7 W. MALL.
I SCIOCOy AXD rHTSICXAX
HOURS: iS3rrfVoSp.m M-HlSf.
RE -L ESTATE ANO IMSUBANCE
Real Estate Loan and Imuran, Aceata.
Room So. i. Lacenda Baak Bolldlas.
I ttAL UTSTC AID 0IT LOAXIO.
Ko. 4 Commercial Bolldlnx. Limestone St
H. t- tocinixo, raoraiiroa.
nish. Market and Waahlastso ttreeta.
StorefizttrreaaipeclaltT. 2S X. Center St.
ART AND ARTISTS.
X A TI9T I-I C-IATOX ATB OII
Entrance. Williams' Art store. 3 E. Mala St.
IflSS DULAt-!j STCUIO.
Jl Oil. Water Colors. Chi ni and Lustre Palat
Ing anil CrayonlnK- Koom2,MltclieU Block.
I. MACUIMST. AIDQKsiaALJOIIroSIDgTK.
17 X. Center at.
J. IIICKKV. '
J. I'ractk-al .Machinist and General Job Shop,
Go and (M E. WasliUgton sL
Hs. LlMlMiCKElcKand 57 Arcade. Prlnt-
er. EnsniTer and fashionable stationer.
H edding K'sad' and calling cards a specialty.
Wn.M EstciK.Prop X. WAKm-iiit. .Man'a'r.
TR.U.s.fKlIT I'KIVTl.VC; o.
Flrst-cUssWorl. at Fair Priees.4Vi. Market.
1 scriMoa jo ratxraa.
Poster work specialties. 31. 33, 4 35. S. Market.
CABixrr Mint, rAcaaa a-io iirmit,
HOW. Mala at.
I M. HEXNETT. CNOERTAKER.
'.'.'. 0fllce and Wire rooms. Limestone at-bet.
Main and cunrt house. Res. lit W. Columbia.
PA. SCHl.MILEIt SOX, '
Special attention paid to Undertaklnc
.-..... . i.nci aims.
TT A. GROS-) CO, CXDERTAUkS.
U . Office and Wareroom. 46 W. Mala at
Residence 192 W. High st
REED RALPH. 9 w. Main it. Dealan
In and Publishers ot AdTertlsln NwratOML
Chromo Cards, etc Also Job rMnteraV
ROLLER SW DCHOEMT
Nonth west Corner Stain and CcaUr.
Jfornlng session (for ladles onlr. with eats
Sci W.' lu .to - A4mlMlon b2.
skates 10 cents. Evening session. 7JB tow"
Admission 15 cents, skates 10 cents. T&
management reserre thespriniege ofadilt
tlng or deluding persona at tbet? dlscraUoa.
The place to Daj jox
least S, T(V Can et tne " coal for th
a foL?rtnh'aTn aVTeVpace'l'S a'L'S'S
ing. MiisUngum-VoaghfoghenT or &
yi.u ran,eetlt ot me. and If you wSntinlhS:
cite coal. I can sell you jJt what -SS
c.l?,"Uen,,on P' tO'nr"dfloSrat
and if you want to buy by the car lotsc to
buy of me at bottom nrlcei fin i iI2T:.TS.e,a
for321and37s - by telepboo
Main Office, 140 Somth Market St.
Sooth Office, 74 East Liberty St.
ORDERS PR0MPLY FILLED
LEACH, the COAL DEALER.
Silk Velvet at 75 cts.
Silk Plushes Only fiQc.
KID GLOVES CLEAVED
. I Cents.
E BE It E jv ItAJRXMl
19 EAST MalH d
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fjyt r?"yfrofe , a
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