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SPKIXGFIELD, OLTLO, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMlihl.' 27, 1H5.
THE HPRlNaFIKL.!! IlEl'DKI-lO
Tolume XXX. Nnmher HOS.
Volnmc IV. NuraborUOI.
V i-hiw-tox. Dec J". Light -now tn lamer '
Lake region and iwrtions f the Ohio allc I
Sl'RlNi.FIL'Ln, ) I
Dec. 27. 1SS5. f
The Heavy Week of the
Never since tlie -tore begin has such a
nivVVwnrl been done: inner such hand
ling of goods; inner mi 11..111 iieople; and
it affonts u- gratitieation to -si it. Never
in the crowded div-of tlie -tore ha- there
leen mi ample rcsuii, mi adeqiute service, mi
general satisfaction, mi little friction, short
coming ami failure.
Tlie ell.-et on tlie stock, or rather the
want of elT.-rt. almost exceeds our own be
lief: m inucli of what i- wanted, so little
not wanted. The thousands of blur package-,
of this week seem to h.ie broken no
hod)"s expectations. At present nobod)
fails to ftml 111 want supplied.
The impression has cone out that we are
tlie mil) one-price square dealing Clothiers
ami Furuishois 111 the cit). This stn-ngth-ens
the buyer- eoutiilence anil bring- to us
a trade in keeping with the enormous
stocks we can", ami the rast assortment we
are enabled to la before ou from the great
manufacturing ami jobbing advantages
w liieh w e alone enjov.
We a-k no patron to n-k a dollar of their
own. We stand behind ever) Mile with a
guarantee that make thi- a safe bujing
place. If ou buj tin- week anil become
dissatisfied mii time ln'fore the good- are
soiled, return with the purchase and receive
jour nionej. Whatever isn't right, there"
Vmbiella weather is coming give it
tune. Between the tneane-t and best, a
gonl umbrella for gentra! purpose cost a
The umbrella i- a part of one's outfit that
ought to hale mote thought than it get-.
It i- ait to be 1-jught in the rain, pretty
well paid for. and not exactl what one,
having all Mirt- to ihoo-e from, would
Tho same might be -aid of Kubbfr Coats.
It's better to buv from dealers who take I
into account the maker's reputation for re
It I-making overcoat bv thou-and- that
best of cloth and 1
bring- to vou lure the
sewing for mi -mall amount in ca-h. If one
wants an even-day. -trong. durable
no N'tter overcoat nevvsi
than our heavv Iron-clad" Beefer. at
None tii man left.
Springfield's Original and Oul) Strict!
One-Price Cash Clothiers.
For making Candy.
Fresh English Walnuts, Al
monds, Fard and Persian
13 East High.
J. 31. 'I1711Ji:
.PEICE ONLY TWO DOLLAES
I i-iir iue iminve n-tieiiuiit cuieu
HEtllfS HEIUTI. IflvT B1IBO0A, II
Itl vfltlL HE1ULXVU
Welyhs only one 01 ..siii anilcon
furtiili'e to near
Willi vsrUM mu
o. n.iili. .ri. antiA
tre Slrtitliin n:s-r aitcrew
The Potomac Flats -Their Eligibility for!
the Purposes of Holding I
Crow Oawcuses. I
The Personnel iin.l Ante. eli nt-.0 the 411th r
f'oiigr.ssVt here the raw maker-Were
lloru lll' C.iitriluitl.ii Soni
Clark Cuuut 3leu Sprlug-
-serial Crresponteuee tu CI.he ItepuMic
W v-iiiM.i.iN, I). C. Ds. H Tin- is
wonilertiil weather for Christmas tune.
Men are going almut without their over-
1 coat-, laborers are working
, sleeves," am! ladle- are
! ping liiiiiu- the seal skin
is -hilling tieautifullv. the bud- are -ingiiig
and the fall llowers aie still in bloom. The
climate of Washington s ten or fifteen lc-
itis milder tltnn that of Millthv..-leni
Ohio, and the proximitv of the -.-a giv,-s a , "-uri hgi-Iature during thejears lssi
. ' . .,,"" and St.
.legrisiot iiuiiii.iiiv niiiieainio-piierovviuiii
further timls to tenijier it, 'I he
Have their own effect. There is a di .posi
tion to lav man) accusations against
the swamp land- of the
11I1I -trimi. -iirni of llifiii nri1
100 inn-, .uu ihih-i- .ui- is-ij iai-e.
Jia.aria iisvi .o oe ine isiuu won. 111
Wa-hliigton for the miMTiesof eonval.eent
deliaucher), aswtll as the correal dug-
nosed c.ium-of a gil ileal of oth.r nnlni-
piness. It I- strange that with all
millions the govemiu. lit has Mn'iit in
iirovinir this district and the Potum ic nv
the work of draining thelmgs at tlie rivers
isU.-ean.lin the strtsiiii should have pro-
grcssed no farther There is an immense
mud-luuk in the middle of the stream, ban-
I) half a mile from the Wh'te Houm, over
wnirn passes -ue 101.1; ori.ik-e, wnien ma) 1
lie thede-athof (iroverClevtland vet. Tin
Mine mud-lnnk is the pi ice w here all the
crows of the state of Mar) land and
Virginia, and perhaps of the balau.e of
theeountrv as well, hold tlinr congn-s.
or, sH'akiug aftir the maimer of.rovvs,
their caw ciisi-s If I should s.iv that I saw
aliunilr.il thousand crows then- the other 1
da) I should jn'rhaps lie putting it a little
UK. strong Hut then were -. viral . row s. .
nmn.. ami Hie wav lli.-v wen-all i.,IL..,l'
...ij ...... .,..,. .... ....j .... ..,., ..,, utintii, 1
at once was a f.mible reiuiinltr of the wav
things are done 111 the Iioiim- of repn-M-nta-1
tives. All 01 a siniiien. vviuie tne.i. Hate
a at its height, a .listinguishel-lookiiig
cmvv omhtics not knovvni aro-i to remark
that he thought there vviii. suiflclentcauit
for adjournment. The speakir thought mi,
too, and aua) the) all went sailing, over
the Washington monument, and over the
White IloiiM' to their homes 111 the fashion
able northwestern quarter of the . it).
While congress is not In session i- a good
tune to look a little at the perMiunel and an
icci-uniis ... .'.imi'. '"' 1 ... ... ,
vviinu tiiia li.vii. kk.im.
Peniisvlvania Is the birthplace of 1re ,m,.r Folev and a stove lid at another. He hundred hoii-es. wlniever anv one of the
members of congress than an) other -ta"" ' aM threw a chair across tlie bar at another ! calling part) was even -light!) acquainted
in tlie union Five senator- and thlrlv-four 1 ma1 Mllils,I1B 'Kjt n thc w holesale He'w'li anv one of the rtvt iv nig part) . The
representatives hrst saw the light in the , nr'i'rt,.rv thing iio could la) his hands on , nuinUT of the reieiung part) was gradu
"Kc) stone state." New York stands mi--,,..,,, liri,ll,.nvl. ,,, ,r,r ,,,.. .... all) increased until it was made up of ten
ond in the list, a-'tlie liirtliplaee of sevm
senators and thirtv-one representatives
Ohio is third, six M'nators and tw tut) even
representatives were bom tlure. Theothii
states follow considerably in the rear of
these in point of til's, liontc
Foreign nations are repie-ented In con-
gri-ss as follows; '
Ireland, bv Senators Joins, of Florida '
Fair, of Nevada, and Camden, of N'evv
Jcrsei: and I.epicsentatue- Lowrv. of In-
tlUna. Davis and Collins, of Ma-s.irluis.tt-.
McAdoo. of N'evv JiTm-v. and Dow due), of
England 1- the birth-place of i-eiiator
Joins, of N'evada, and II. prt-entativts
risp. of C.eorgio. and e-t and spngg-, ol
I SH'tiator B.s-k. and Iteprescntitiie- Hen-
IderMiii, of Iowa, and Farqiihar. of New
1 York, are Scotchmen
Bepn'sentntivi-s II ihn. of I.ui-niii. and
1 llomeis, of Ohio, are both Bavarian- all 1
I Kepresentatiie Ia'hlback. of New .lersev.
1 is a native of Baden: Nc1m.ii. ot MumcMita
I is a Norwegian. Muller. of New t ork vva-
bora 111 tlie Dudiv or Luxeinb irg Joe P11-
Iitzer. whorcpn-'eiits the New ork World
and the remaiiid. r of his eon-titiieiicv. I- .1
Hungarian, and Keprcsentilive t.u. uther.
of WiM-uiisiii. a native of Prussia, and
btevniMin, of the same state, of New
1 The Mormons of I'tah ate represented
1 1) John"!. Came, a native of the Isle ot
Man Came succeeds Cannon, who was
reccntli "tired" 1.) the -upteme court
Tl r.l ., ... .1... t
Hon of tliecountr) is evnliiicol bv the fa.t
that Came received -iLlMO votes, against J,
Jl.'i tor Mnilh. his auti-Moriiiiiii oisiiieiit
(llllo's (ilMlllill HON
Here the) ate, and their butli places
s-eiiators Dan W. Vorhees. lUetu I In
diana, Butler touut). lsj;, Bui Hanison.
il,.'.. I Indiana. Ninth Bend. Hamilton
count). Is3.!; Win B Allison, tllep i
Iuvva,"l'err. Is-'.'. James F. Umiii. i lb p I
Iowa. Newark, lsjs l're-ton B Plumb.
il!ep.l Kans.is, Delaw.n. ..Hint. ls.!7
John Sherman. (Ib.pl Ohio. Laiua-ttr
, lsjj BcpreM-nt.itives (usi. (. Mines,
I ,. . .... I ..!..-.. . 1.. .I...I
1 (Kcp I lolorailo. at Luge. Aslitabnla c.iiiu
t. 1-4(1. BoN'rt B. Hut. (Bui 1 Mlh I II 1
1 nuts. I'rbina. lsil.'Ihos M Biowu.iB,p 1
Mxth Indiana, New Paris, lsjo 1 ho, B
I Waul. (Dcm I Ninth Indiana. M.irvsville
j I'liion count v, .(. Benton J Hall. 1 Dcm 1
1 First Iowa. Mt. Yenion. l""i. Belij I'odd
Fitslcruk. (Dcm) Ftth low.i. l'nslernk
town, Columbiana onint) lstl. Win
Peter-Hepburn. (Hep. 1 F.ight low.i. Col
umbiaiia count). Is wl o J Holmes. ( Bcp )
Tenth Iowa. Wav lie 1 mint. -AZ: Kilw.ird
II. Furston, (Bt'ii. I tsmnl K iiims, Clark
(omit). ls.iT. I(isio)i W l'ilklil. 1 Kepi
third kaiisa-, I.raiu countv. lstl auiui 1
Bitter Piters, (Bcp 1 Ninuli Kons.is.
Pickawa) isnint). lslJ . Hen.v 'an ".i
ton. (Dcin ei(iith Missis-ippi. II million
crantv. ls.Vi; Win II Wade, iliep I Thu
t.s'iith MisMiuri. Claikniiintv l-.',; Vugiis
tus II Pit tit mile. (Bcp I Fir-t Tenne ee
Cuvahoga count v, lsgi. Ben Biitterworth.
i!ii 1 l'irst Ohio. W.irr.n .siimtv. Is o
Cli.is. I". Brown. iBeji 1 s,,, ,,i iiluo. ( m
iliiu.ti. Is 14. Jamts K CampU'Il. 1 Hi 111 1
Third Ohm. Mnldlitown. lstl; Ben
lla-Fcvre. Fifth Ohio. MaplewiKnl. lsfs
I John Little (Bcp 1. I.ighth Ohio. (.r.en.
count. ls'U. Wm C I iNifnr (I'ep ) Ninth
Ohio, Mt. eniiiti. 1st.' Win W LIsN-rrv
(Dent). Elevilith Ohio. Brown cmintv.
Jlst3..)(. H Outhwaite iDeni 1. Tlurtieiitli
i Ohio. Cleveland. 1-11 11. nail W ilkuis
I (Demi, I'lltteuth Ohio. I'liion loimtv.
I tsli'. Oisl. W (iiilde- (Dcin I. MXtei lltb
Ohio, Mt, Yen is.4. I-a 1. II I. iv loi
(Kepi. Ilighfci nth OI110. I arroll coii'it).
lsfu. Ezra I! lavlor ilbp ). Nui.t.s nth
Ohio. Portage couutv. lsi i Win b K111-
i v .Ir (lisp I, Iwciititth Ohio. Niles.
Isl4 In addition to the toregoiiig, N n itor
, MaiidiTMin. of N. brask.i, vvho was Imin 111
1 Penn-)liania. and BeprcM-ntative Bilph
I Plumb, of Illinois, and jxihaps othtis.
,s.eiit thtlr eailitr t.irsiii01uo. ."-i nator
Pavne Is a New Yorkt r b) birth It will
lnotictsl that 1m.Hi of the M-nators of the
st.its.iif liulianaand Iowa areOhio iiien.ati.l
that the ilelegattoiis from Imth Kansas ami
Iowa are made up laigel) from the same
evi client stuff.
TWO CI XI1K f .11 VTV VII X
Turn un 111 tills coll rc-s. lfctirccllt.ltlV e
f.,Iw ani 11. Fun-ton. of loin. Kmi-.is. was
a member of the last conirress. and wa$ re-
..... .., ..
clectttl to the present one bv .1 lniiontv of
nearlj 8,000. He was burn 111 Clark louiit.v
in Is IT vva-roared on a fanii edu. ated in
the loiuiimn schools. New (.aili-lc atadtini
". Marl. tt. college- entcied the., rmv in
1-ul a-lieutenant hi the Mth Ohio battcrv
nartieltuted in the principal engagement-
along the Mi-i-ippi river, wa- 11111-
tered out in IW"i, located 1:1
Kansas on a prairie farm in lsi',7.
,, which he at pre-i lit resides.
he was a int'iulicr of the Kan-a- luu-e of
repreM-ntative- 111 1st '., 1-74 ami is....
During the last tar of Ins Mime ui that
brim h he vva- its -i.ie.iker. in 10 he wa
eletteil to the state senate, and was theme
promoted to his present kjsiUoii. lie is a
William II. Wade, of Springfield, Mi
eouri, is a new mciiilxr, haiuifc been
tlixtisl a nienili'r of the pit m nt mngre-s a
a republican, on a fu-1011 tukit bv about
g - 111 their shirt ..Juoplurahtj. He was Iwrn near Clifton
.I..111- tl..-ir - -loiitheCl.irkcountj-i.leof the line. Nov
smme Tli.. son S. issa: was rai-cl on a farm. elticatisl
sac in "-'," , .H,,, ami (;rove
I1111K art -111 iiii . . . .
NIuhiI Aeadcmv: L-
111 the J-iileral .irmj
during the entire
war, after which, in 1N'.0. he reniovis! to
Missouri. He was a lneinlKT of the Mis-
Aliothtr noticeable thing is the fact con-1
tinuator of a fait otherwise well proved.
that of the eighteen senators and repre-en-
tatives originall) from Ohio now in cm-'
grevs from other states, thirt.rn are rep.il-!
II...-H1S nn.lli.cnre ileinoerats. I'his mie-
tu show Ihnt Ohio extwirts her ren.iblie.iiis
11 1 a............... ,, ..,,..... .. alt. -
i.oiu hin:i- 1111 iii-iih-hi- .11 1111111,-1 on,
' ej(s; tion return-.
1 liritsoN 11
Burt II. Whitel), of Springfield w.is in
the iltv-during theearlv pirt of this w.vk
dp ilty during the earl) pirt of tlu-w.vk
It is -aid tliat Mr. H. II. Wanler. of
It is said tiiat Mr. H. II. V aider. Of
Springfield, has purchase,! a ver) ,iliia!il-
i i hTtr. XX$XZSk Poslm'ee
I . . ...
,ud Intenor "Department) and will ereit a
tmfl business block". Wa-hington has long,
n.sd.slafevv capitalists like Mr. Wanler.
who have the ahilit) ami the di-iMi-itioii to
...lorn the eitv in this vvay. As Mr War
.u-r's elegant residence will not le isimi.lel-
11I for Mime time, he has rent, d a dwelling
house 111 the fashionable quarter of the cit)
for the plesellt.
1 Mr F ft. Presbrev,ofthe(jliim:-.H"i n
1 ir, and his wife are here 011 a visit to Mr
BUSTED I HE BAR.
l -"" Gel. i.n Itaree In tlie lj.con.ln
mmMNiiMis li.l..g ..i.uy
Alnnit 11 o"clk la-t night a racket oe-
eurre.1 in the I.ag.imla house bar-room be
tween a well-known local gambler and .1
eouple of the Ida Siddnns cnnipanv The
gambler and his friends had treattsl two or
three times, and got Into a dl-putewitli one
of the ineinliers of the comiiaii). Hut -few
I words hod lieen said when the gambler
1 knocked the other .low n. The other mein-
Iht of the lompanv then s.iid something. ,
andalMi r.veivisl a blow that staggered spr.-.m mat ...nipn-.-i .111 ine ueiicacics uui
him. Thenar tenders. Jolimi) Folv ,ui.l,,"1'1 -1'"!'" """ apiKtite of an epicure.
im.)v HiighiM. then triis! to
s .in the
,,,.., .,, ..... raI11i,i..r
11. 1. 1.. ,,f 1.... ,...r fr.,. ti... .......
orwhat he lilt When Ids furv hid sub-
sidisl somewhat, he rushed out to the oftice
to hunt for Volght's gore, but Voight could
not lie found, and he left for home. The
racket occurred jui the back room, or "night
The ir.im...er.....t 111. lion.
"Train Talk" in Chicago Herald
One of the pisseiigers on a St. Paul train
vv .is o 111111 neither voimg nor old. His face
was vouthrul. but his hair was turning gr.iv.
Ill- -km wa- bright and smooth, but tin re
wasaquctr look U'ajn his faie. lie sit
gamg out of the window, tnntioiilos and
rigid His e)e rarclv wink.sl. and his gize
was an empt) stare Pre-mtlv he turned,
tor the hrst tune in an hour, and leached
into a travelers grip which la) iqioii the
Mat beside hull. Iroui this vali-e he pulle.1
a doll large and prett, with deli
cate!) punted face, golden hair, briglil
blue 1 ves and a handsome little gown The
ollur passengers looked and vvotuleied
l'lieii the mm ila-ped the doll to his breast,
pri's-isi its china ilusk against his, kissed
its painl.sl lips, smoothed its llaxin hair,
gazcnl into its glass eves, and talk. si to the
i.irs whidli could not hear The oth.r
jusMiig. rs tittensl and begin to make re
marks. 1 lure was a grin iqioii ever) i.kc
and a Jest iisin everv tongue. But just
tl in the br.ikim.iii came in and held up his
hand to attract .mention, and placed his
linger to his lips, enjoining silen. e. 'I here
wasii t iiothin' fer hiiii to do but go on with
bis work, nn Lis .. as miit'h nviav from tlie
old home as possible, lleeaines that doll
with hlin wherever he goi-s. At night Its
I.-...I r...t. .. tin. i.tllni-uith his Vn'ioilv
v.Meril.i) he was in town buwiig Christmas
pn-s. uts for it he has em there now in his
grip. Poor man. he's a little off m his head
'limit the doll, ver see, though I never saw
him take it out in the cars before. You felt
lows (.tighter In" ashamed for 1 inching .1
him an' ve wouldn't if ou had .111) little
girls of otirsvvn. as 1 have."
Like a breeze the wonl wa- pas-cd
through the car. AH laughter cimmsI. and
the in-M'inrer-M.ught their -eats. NoUhIi
-is'iiiisl to want totalk to an)bo.l) And
as the man with the voutliful face and
, grarisli Hair and queer look sinueii tlie
I .11'. ... .. f r. .... ,1... ll..l. ....I nnn....l In.
IIOll , , J, lllllll llir 111,111 .11111 ,1.II'V1I III,
1 oat aUiut it, and hummtsl a little lullabv.
as he nuked it to sleep agiuist Ins breast,
the hrakt'liiau went out iim.ii the pl.ltlonn.
and the ii,sengi rs held their new spajsTs
and magazines close to their rjis.
All inmate of the Akron, O, count) 111-
hrmir. whoditslon Kndi) at the age of
!ilt-fur)c.u. Is declared to have taken
thlrlv-four gallons of laud mum within the
ight vears presiding his death
Judging from the number of iuiionaiif,
killed out there the heathen of Cochin
Chin 1 haveiioilc-ire to bis nine Chri-tian-
V little spread of the gospel In the aid ot
foreign gunpowder ma help the inattir.
New Orleans Pica) line.
It is all right that men should toil, but it
is uisifivel) 1 rucl to compel a woman to get
Inr living bv the sweat of lur brow. Per
spiration of the forehead Is death to crimps,
and no lad) as is a ladv cm be exptittd to '
enoaiigi r her crimps. Boston Ii.uiMript '
A Pitt-burg girl with artistic tastes de
voted hersi If to a ten-cent jug and got -J
for it. Vnd lur mother diluted himself to
the mate of the same jug and got 'ill dais
V t spiteful pisiples.iv that Pittliiirg(loesn't
ill' milage home talent. -Ki-t Km! Bulletin
'I lie upshot of re cut scandals con. erintig
the forging ot signatures on piiuliiigs.
Miilpttircs and oth.r work, of art 1, the
laving Inline the Fnn. It seutte of a bill
piolisiiig iiiiprisoiiuicutot one to nveje.irs.
.111 1 lines of from Pi fr to t.OMi fr , as .1
punishment for this offen. e.
I he "students" iiuiuln r" of the Progres
Mi .lie ll. describing the status .if medical
cduiation 111 tlurt) countrtts toiitainiiig
111. dical m IhmiIs. m ikes it apK'.ir tint the
reoiurciuents for a 1n11llc.ll degree ale low. r
'" ' I "' Mates than in anv ot the
P'a e- iiauito. exiepiiug 1 11111a ami lurkev.
Mr New run (doiibtfullv) Jane, d.-ar.
whit is this tin v s.iv 111 tin- namrs .ilmut
o,' P.irviiiuV What dm s it mean"'
Mrs Newrith (coiuiHiMsllv Some mm-
pllmiut to our standing 111 sassiet), dear: I
,i'. tnmr ninnrnf ihiiiiii.ni.h T,h.
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THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
Society Distorting Itself Very Gaily,
. , ., v
Particulary the Younger
r.irli--, rrfcr.'slve Hint Otll r Compn.'S
r tlte r;-l k , lilir'. Calling
l'r.i-M, I fur Uie I'r. -eut Week-f K
W .siding I'r.-. lit-.
Aftir -ti( h a gi -e.iMin as theonejust
elnsed.it could m art el V lie epei tisllhat
the holulav vviek would be a reuiarkaMv
livelv one: however, the invitation are
coming 111. and as all the companies given
,,i,. fr danung. it iromUs tol thegjst
. k f ,,. ..wm for the jiiiiiigerirowL
. , . 1.
il" voutl.s and ma.dci.s home for the hiil-
I , . ........ 1 .- i.i J,
la-hive -welled the nuuiliers of this Set
to large pioKirtioii-. and the) are evidenjlj
lient iimii . iijo) nig their brief sta at lioiiie
to it- fullest extent. A warm pell ChrbJ-
mas. such a- la-t Fn.U), rather
takes the keen edge otf the tradl-
I ti,uI Christmas f.-tiv iti.-. vvhlih always
, f tiH.str, lKH.ks. an accom,.animnt
"f J'"-'""- U-1N and glis,enmg -now.
Much of the mkiiI energ) of the kKk
! .as .inMidisl in fninilv dinnprs on Christ
. ...... , ..-
ma- 1l.1v jlo-t ot tlie tiuiiines prominent
in soenl cinles here have a verv 1 lrge cone
j notion within tne.it). and the-.' cinjlid
I gather at the home of one of th. ir uiemtK-rs.
t,. i.irlril... of Iho 'lin-lnia- -nr.Ti.l 111st Jl
,, ,t ,(f al.R.nt Kome gathere.1 at t!e
lu J l-J
I..... ...!. ..,.!.. I. ,!.... . . ....T.l I. ....... .....II
cu-toni, and tertalnl) there .ould lie devis-"J
no lupp er wav of stiengthentiig the tl rf
,,KH tI..in bv a r.m1 dinner.
Here, a- all over the country, the Uarui-
... . ctmii of vv Vears e illinc is irradii-
all) dving out: and its ignominious l.ra
taniiot le a matter of -urpn-e to tlueW
who are familiar with the histor) of its
ilevelopnient. The cu-toni oii.'iiiall) came
fi.iin the Djitth -ittltrs.it New Vork. who.
when the iK'giniiing of the New Ycarcainc
round, douiiisl their js-aktsl hats and called
m their neighbor-to wi-h them a happy
and profitable ve.ir. lieu the custom lost
if, -llll.ll, I, llliu- III," ll.lll.lt .11 II. IIUII
juj made it beautiful, and became com en
It- -iiuplicitv It lost- the touch of nature
tional AstJieiitv giew in wealth and the
Km. kerUiekti familn-s Ini-ame an-toratlc,
the custom was aped bv all New York, ami
raiudl) spie.id over the whole country,
until New "i ear's dav Ihimiih' the great so
eiet) ev.nt of the vear. Iiduis lieiran to
invite in one or two friends to help them
retell.' and the simple gla-s ot wine
anil biMiut of our Dutch graud-
mothers were eiaiK.rue.i into an ample
.i..iu .in... iii-ii.in in -.tilling, "ui .1111111; in
bid their lricnds a h.iiipv New Year. N-gan
to go in . .image-loads, calling at hits or an
,,r tvventv ladies and the dav became a grant! ,
bore to IniHi the ris?eiver and the
Now when a lady n-ceives on .N"e,T "tear
she general! ha- a- much troufile and anx
lfl) as though she were giving a regular re
ception. List rueMlaraltern.m11 Mr- W. A. Scott
gave a verv degaiit ittteniooii reception to
about one hundred of her lad) triends
Hie receiving pirt). consisting ot Mrs
.. Mrs ir tnv, all,i jlrs Warren
Let! el. stood in the trout parlor, acting ' ceiling part) 011 I".ist High street will wind
their pirt grateful!) and graciou-lv In up the. la with .1 swell diiiciiiiug part).
the dining room the gu.-stsw.re sen nl to I .
an 1 Ulmrate lunch, eotiiplete 111 tour curse- IL H. Mix.re- s,eiit Christmas 111 Liiiciu
Amoug the manv callers present were Mi's- , uati.
iluii.s OM.ir Maitin. B P. Thnbtud, A C Cha-eStew att ate his Christmas turkev in
lll.uk. t Inrles Ludlow. Kd Barnes. W'll- Xenia
ham II. Blee t L. Winters, Chandlir
Bobbins, Dr M.Hinx K. F Ha.vw.ird, T.
J Krkpitrick. Fled F.irniir. Tliurza
r.'egardeii. txsirge Arthur, Dr. Cas
per, Will ll.iiiiilt.ni. Cornelius B.k.r.
W.N. Whltelev, Phillip elincr. Fuller
Trump. Uol 1 Brine, John II. nail. ik, Ben
Beale. F. s, Presbre). W T Milwell, John
Dris.nl, Charh-s Driscol. Bulie Worthing
ton.!' L llu.hvvalt. r. Ihurstoii Ludlow.
Miss Mamie W uislow. Miss hllili Iish
i Tui'mI.iv evening Ml Ilattie Bushnell.
of K 1st High st ret t, entertained ver) -lie-ies-f
nil) live tables.it progres-iv e euchre.
I he prizes, lunch anil other apixiintuient
of the pirt) were sin
ii 1, .....lit imvel
ci.iii.-i ....... ...e ..............
'.. niounio ....- ..,- ,.-- .,,..
C.U.tlir.sl ll) M l-s Nellie 1 Ilolll Is
.mil Will 'lhoiiii-. while the second.
were taken bv Mi Ami 1 Murph) and
llcnr) Wist in in Beside, the above those
who pirticipit.-l in the eonte-t were Mr
and Mrs. J F Mit.revr. Miss Hough, of
St Louis Mi Doiigheitv, of Cuicmii ui.
Mi Jiilu II.1rl.11nl, ot Cincinnati. Mis
Balilvviii. Miss )ivv. Miss Hollv Warder.
Mis, V1111 1 Babbitts. Messrs Will Babbitt-.
Itilph B.irtliolomevv. II II Moon's, Pen')
Norton ami Dr Dimoiid
On thc '.line evening Mr and Mrs J. C.
Hollow.! cuti rt.unetl the Vrcade club and
a few outside friends with 1 thorough!) de
lightful progrissive euchre. '1 heir
clitirinimr anirtinents in the Ar
cade w.re well filled with
eight t.'bl. -. about win. h were gathered the
following guests when pl.i iM'gan at h.ilf-pu-t
eight (.clock Me r- and Me-d 1111c
II I. Botkuehl O Ktllv. llutf-
111.11 Clurle- Cathcart. 11 L. CI1.1p111.111,
y n .loues. C. F Coiits. D L. DuImiii. I!
. M.irkev 1' K B meruit. John Carev
John Mcdomgal. Mrs Fuller Iriiinp. Mrs
pinllni,. Mr, 1. is. Il.iiiiord and Mis, Lm-
1111 llaiilonl. ol New 1 ork riogrcssion
alone vv 1, mtintttl. and so even was the
fortune of the plaviis that Imth the first
prizes weie won on tie games b) Mr ami
Mrs IIoImiii lliev wire handsome soiive-
nirs sehs ted with Iitsoiiiiiig ta-te. I he
boob) prti-s. uiantifai tiutd for the mca
simi. "were t.ikt 11 bv Mis- Hanfolil and Mr
Midontgal Vtt.r plav was over, at 11
oclo. k. the guests weie scrvisl with a well
On Cliristm is eve Mr and
Ludlow give a delightful
jiirt at their 1 legant rculi nie on Last
High strut Dancing wa, the older of the
evintng. and the house is -plendnllv ar
i.mgid lor this piirsi-c with It, wide lull
and -pntoii- fiirlor- 1 he long drawing
room iti up) lug the wt-t side of the hou-e
1- the le-t dun ing loom 1 untamed in anv
private bouse 111 town and the g.iv .1 111. er
eiijovctl it thoroughlv W'lsul-' orihe-lra.
-t.itiiin.il 111 the hall, -u-tauusl its reputa
Him iiob'i Willi divine wattles amllivilv
iiiadrilles Betit'shuicnt- weie -irved at
hilt-pi-t tin otlotk. and the glut) vva
coiitinutsl until the giie-t-could vvi-h eadi
olhtr aincrrv Chii-tmas VlrandMrs Lud
low weie giact fullv as-
stcd 111 entertaining
hi their son and daughter, and Mr and Mrs
Kd limit's, of Hinloii, Va Mrs. Ludlow's
kinillv hiispilalitv and ..ireful atttiitiuii to
the happiness of h. r gui'sf,. made the pirt)
a ver) siicte lul one. and seldom hive the
vmuig folks uijovisl a more thoroughlv
good time Hie tollovviiig guests were pres
ent; Mii's Diughirtv. ot Ciniinn iti.
Nellie Bvder. ol Itiehiiioiid. Va , M.iIh'1
Barnes, ot I'oletlu. Nellie 'Iliomas, Hattic
Bushnell. Dollle Warder. Carrie Dow, Car-
Ilc al... 11U 11114033, I.VU'. wuiwi'i ii.-
.1.. . .!!.- ii. iaii. ... , mi.. iin.Mn ,inr-
tie -hele, (isir-,ie Bo-e. Loin. Bil.lwin.
Linuii Plum. Vli.cimil Maria Foliv. Kva
, Car-oil. .Mai Ii.ivviii.in, I llin Wilson,
, Me-Hp. Irank Authonv. dus hmimiers.
lr Iiaidwm. lir Hunond. Will it lt.Kiger-,
Charles li.Mlgers, rrank .lohu-ou. Hen 1
u.mlei. It.n lluxtoi.. Irank Phil-
lips llol. Ir. v. John Ilu-Ji-
ni-ll. Frank ami Ralph Uarthol
oiiievv lM Hiird. .lames l.sld. Will 1 honi
as, Walter How man and Frank Dn-iol.
On Christmas dav Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
1.11 lie. of North Limestone street, uitir
taincd a few ot their uuglttiorlioiHl friends
ivlth a lei) handsome Christinas dinner
serveil at live oilmk. The table was a
marvel of Inautv ami ta-te with its rich
servue and exquisite flowers. About It
weri gathci.sl ibe following guests Mr.
and Mrs J ,1m Blount. Mr and Mrs. Sam
Mcdrevv. Mrs ( u illv. Mr. and Mrs.
thandl.r Kobbnis. Mr and Mrs T M
(ugeiihi 1111. Mis- Mar) Ca illv. and Mis
Minnie Ke)Mr Die dinner vva- served 111
three lour-i's. and so ample was the
liieiiu that the part) rein mini time hour
at the table iIimii ing the g.I thing- and
listening to t lb nleil iist pr null il addresses
b) a few of the guest- Att. r ilmiier tin
ev. 11 ng vva- v. rv happilv sjnt at progres
There can lie no doubt that 1ner1can mv
ciet) is fond of ih-plav to a fault. This
fa.t is shown above in the briet sketch nt
the histor of N'evv Yi.vrs calling- and it is
further Illustrated b.v the t.u t that fre
qucutlv the request "110 flowers" accompa
nies in vluitation to a funeral It is rather
queer that people should de-ire to make
ostentatious dl-pliv at a funeral, but
it is neverthel.-.- a fact that jieipl
wed with e.i. h other m lavi-hlv
in sending tlovvers to tuuerals, tint a fuw
vears ago 111 -elt def.nce, the .u-tom of
reuesting no flowers was 111 tugtiratcl The
cu-toiu of sending a few flower- in token of
remeiiihnin. e for 11 dep irtnl Iricnd, was a
verv prett) one. but it vva- kille.1 b) this in
cliuatiou toward ltvi-h di-jiliv Anotlur
ver ex. client cii-lom. that 1- in danger ot
death troui the same cause it almost auv
wedding this season there has lieen .111 arra)
of rich and eo-tlv pre-ents tint would make
ja fair start for a Jewell) and queeiisvvare
store. Laige sums are -pent 111 vveililing
presents bv cple who can ill ath.nl It,
sinipl) lhs.aiiM the) f.-'l obliged to
give souiethiug. and .1.. not want their
present to be out-hone bv anv 111 thewholi
dazzling arnv As a is cii-tomar) for ev-
vrvoue nsieiving an invitation to semi a
present the enii-e ha- iHiome mi bur.leii-
rtOiuu that manv heave a -igh ot relief when
thev hud that the) are on the ll-t of the
The priisjK-ct for the w.vk i-ver) bril
liant, tin Moml .v ev. mug . nines the Mes
siah with a large theatre p.utv . on Tues-
da evening Ben and Mi-s Loui-e Buxton,
of Ka.-t Huh street, give adiiicing part) ,
1111 We1l11csd.11 evening Mr and Mrs. I! F
Tliiebaiid, ot North Limestone street
entertain the North Side progressive
euchre plav.rs, on Niw ear's eve
occur, the wedding of Miss Anna Bi-hop
and Dr. John Bin kingliaui The ccreiuoii)
will tieatChn-t cliur.li at . o'clock, l!ev
Mr. Outlining oihciatmg Dr. Diinoud
will be ln'-t mail, and the oul) atteiulaiit
wlll Ik' Lot C. Bi-hop, brother of the bride,
and Miss ("eorgie Cook, of Whitehall, N'evv
Ytyk. The Invitations to the church are
gcierall) distributed aiming a large circle
C7 menus, but the iiiiiiiIkt mvitc.1 to the
"r - epiioii at me resilience is xer) iimutsi.
r. tJn tins same evesung anu 011 .sew inir-
aiti moon and evening the "Mikado" at
Black's will draw a large quota of souit)
p."op!e, as the people in the
ca-te have many triends in
springbeld siH-ietv circles. Un N'evv
ear's eve also s.Turs a v err elegant young
lieople's dancing part), tor which the list
will be 0111 tomorrow.
On Frid iv evening, it is stated that a re-
Miss Daughertv. of Walnut Hills, i, the
guest ot .Mrs Mone, of Kist High street.
J. I' Harris rcturnctl home la-t l'ue-ila)
to sptud tlieholiil.l)s
Mis- JIar) Ca-sillv goes to Columbus
l'u.'Mla) to visit .Mis- Ante Kwing.
Will. Itowimii, of Biatrice. Ncbra-ka. i--peuihng
the holl.ia)s with Ills I'areuL- hire
Lot. C. Bi-hop. ot -elw)n Hall, Beading.
P.u. icliiru.sl fioiue for the tion.la)s last
Mis- Nellie l!)der, of K.ehmoiul. Va , l
the guc-t ot Mis. Cn.irics Ludlow, ot Kosi
ills- Mibel Barne-. of foleilo. i-tin
1 guest ot ur ana ji.s. vv. ti. i
Mr and Mrs Ed Barm-, gue-ts of Mr
and Mrs diaries Luil.ow, letunusl home to
1 1 niton. V'a., )esteiit.i).
Mr and Mrs. Charles Lav man. of ban
duskv. aie the guests of Ml. ami Mrs. Betl
lortl I hk Ii mil, ol N 01 ill Liniestone strts.t-
Messrs Will Babbitts and Klden Bow
man 1.0 to Coluiiiuus 1ucmI.iv ev.'iung to
attend a geriuan at the resideiuv ot Oov
t iiior H0.11IIV.
Mrs. (usirge Perkins vva, called to Cm
1 11111.U1. her future home, ratlur earlier
than -he expelled to go, bv the death of a
rditive la-t week.
W L Klder 1, spending Siinda) 111 the
cilv. and will rttuni home to'ludiauaiHilis
tomorrow, accompanied b) his wife and
Miss Naomi Aiiueroue. who will make
' them a briet vi-it
tl lloieot lleioier) .llt.l.lit.ilieil.
Wn Kt-iiviiitt, l'a., Dec. ;.'. Work at
N'o 1 slope, where the accident occurred at
N.uitiioke, v ill be ,tb iiidoiied It has b,s.'ii
touiid that as fast a, debris is removed it
lows in again from the great I reak in the
culm bulk aU.ve 1 he loiiipui)
vv ill ree
iiuiici.sf the relative, the victims are un
liiililtsllv burietl dci i bt math s.md culm
mil riK'k. and cm never If found.
Tllf si niiliir Now tllijeets.
MX I'iivm l-i 0. Dee. 2(J Action was
brought to-di) b) Wm Miaron agmi-t
-arali Altlna Hill toilcc'.vre null and void
the nintrait uisili vvhith Mis nor Judge
siiillivnu granted the defendant a illume
from the plaintiff a vear ago
A BOCUS KINNANE.
The s,.in of a Sirioi,lli lil Xlen limit Cseil
10 sn ioille VV l.olesiile llo.ls.-s in llo-toti.
T he other dav Kinii.ine, Wren ,t Co re
ceived from Boston time lulls of goods
vvhith the) had ncvir ordered. One was
valued at -.V"0 fmiii s.pnnger Bro-.. maiiii
fattur.rs of cloak-, and the other two,
amounting to ?M.i. were from MtCullan.
Park, r ,t Co . importer- and 111 inufactiirer
ofilothilig Out ot tin-l.itti r. one suit of
clothes, valutsl at ;J, were in.iiktd
"dtlivere.1 to Mr Kmtiine" '1 hi'
solution of the problem, mule bv the
linn was tnt Mime swindler hail retire -
-euttsl hiin-elt to t-pringcr Bios, as a Mr
Kiiiiinie. of sspringneld. and hul Imuglit a
lull ot goods. gt tting seven per cent off for
tash la sight dr.itt i.uiie with the gmMls)
He h id taken the i.ivmte ot this bill to the
othei house and time mircha,ed the other
bill-of good-on the same tcrin,. t iking
out the one suit of clothes. The goods .
were shipped and the trail, utioii eo,t th
firms raked in about 573.
of Cleveland, U rUiting
FROM ALL QUARTERS.
Victimized by Foreign and Domestic
Sharks Uncle Samuel Furnishing
Soldiers Both to Exterminate
and Protect the Poor
Hl-aater .... Sf n.til lainil The Knott)
Silver Question Worrying: the "Inuchlf
Co..greiM.l..Hl. TI.e Chine Are
l'uslii-il Out lijr tji.t-
W.Vsiii.Xf.T.iN, Dts!. UT. A paper un the
subjis;t of uiiclaimisl eetates in Knglaud.
prepansl under dir.i'tioii of Minister Ia.vv
ell b) llarr) Wtiite. one of the American
seen taries of legation, has In en sent b) the
resident to congress, with other state 11.1-,
l'liere seems to be no doubt, Mr. White
s.i)s, that many are lead to believe them
selves heirs to vast estates In Great
Britain bv designing person- on both sides
of the ocean who with a view to per-mial
gam in-ert notices in local newspapers to
the effect that a large property is left by a
T-on of the same name, that of some
well known family of the district or
of some exceisluigl) common name likel)
to occur an) where. "such as Smith,
or Jones, who distribute far and wide lists
of unclaimed estates, which do not exist.
I-arge sums of money are anuuallv thrown
iwa) b) dupes of these advertisements, and
nctitious Ii-ts. A hamlM.iiie revenue I
made b) the agents, a.s the)
tall theuiselves. for the discover)
of lost heirs aad rnover of unclaimed
estates. The inmlus ojierandl Usual!)
adopted b) these agents is to ask hrst for a
remittance of two or three tiounds sterling
to covir the cost of eopwng the will, upon
which the claim purports to he baseit, then 1
a large sum for the expense of iSflitutlng I wmoer . A V liv.
inquiries, and at each suci'essive stage The project is meeting with eplen
inore blackmail is lev Ie.1. the correspotidenie I did success. "The following named
beiiiK so clever! conducted that several gentlemen hare execute.! the papers which
ears frequent!) elapse before the fraud is
diMoierot. None should contribute a dol
lar to unknown agents, espeiially towards
any exjs'Uses connected with establishing
claims to estates in this couutrj
until inquir) has been made
of counsel tiere first as to
the existance of the estate, and then as to
the chance of its reem ery. I am told b)
reputable solicitors that not one claim in a
thousand of all those referred to by the le
gations had anv validity whatever, and
verv few, during their long experience of
claims from America, have been successful.
Anv attempt, therefore, continues Mr
White, to recover real estates from the
. low n or individuals after a lapse of twelve
)cars, which ma) lie extended to thlrt)
under certain circumstances, and persona!
priqierl after a lapse of tvventv )ears.
However valid the claim of the
Ihtmiii making the attempts ma) have been
originall. i certain to end in failure. All
members, coiisequeiitl), of tlie Jennens
association of the Tinted States of Amer
ica ma) rest assured that their subscriptions
aresimpl) uione) throw u aw ay if their un
let be the recovery of the Jennens estate,
similar to this case are "Hedges estate,
the "Bradford estate," the "H)de estate."
the "Horuie estate," and many others,
w Inch mar be described as m) thes.
3Irs. linint a l'euslouer.
Wasmm.tov, D. C. December 2i. The
President lias approved tlie bill granting, a
pension to Mrs. Grant and removing tlie po
litical disabilities of General Lawson, ot
John Bigelovr, who was recently an
pointed A i-tant United States Treasu.rir
at New York and connrmed by the Senate,
ha.- resigned his atlice.
ViCToniA, It. C. Dec 2d. Last night
during a thick fog the Briti-h bark Arabel
la, lumber laden for Australia, while in
charge of the tug Pilot, went ashore on the
ris'ks off Trial Island, a lew miles from
tin- port. In the efforts U get off the pilot
wa- alMi stranded. Both vessels remain
lard and fast, "steamers have gono ti
ilulr assistance- Their lOsition is peril
ous. Later The Arabella provts a total
iircik and is hard and taat on nxks. Sj
a a-laden with half a million leet of luin-
nr for Montevidio The lug Pilot got otl
ivith the loss ot a false keel.
The Chinese Must Ou.
N'ew- Yukk, Dec. '26. Nearly one hun
dred cigar makers and packers started tot
-sin Francisco tonight to work hi factories
where Chinese labor has been empIo)el at
". er thousand as against ST and 53 to b
paid the men vvho start tonight. The New
Yorktrsareln charge of President Wolff,
of the San Fnmilsco union, and their ex
pciiscs are paid b) the International Cigar
makers" Union. Along the route between
New York and Omaha about four hiindre..
others will join the part).
The silver Agitation.
W.xshimitox. D.C., Dee. 2tS. The Sta
this iieiimg savs that it is imtmssible to
judge of the strsngth or weakness of either
-nle of the silier coinage question in the
house. Man) of the memliers. it sa)s.
ire in doubt, and the opin
ion is prett) generally expressed
that neither side has a inajont) as it now
-tand-, but the balance of isiwer I- held b)
those who have not et made up their
minds. The tight will be to win these doubt
ful vote-, and some compromise measure 1
llkel) to come in for a great nrettv strong
The I.nlim.s VVnnt I'rote tton.
Wisiii.vc.T.ix. I). C. Dec. .). A dis
patch was rtxetved here today from Gov.
sjiillick, of Arizona, stating that troop, are
required m the neighborhood of the San
Carlos reservation to protect the Indians on
the rcM'rvation from a threatened attack b)
the lawless white element. The dispatch
vva- traii-mittcd tn the beeretar) of War,
and bv his direction two troops of cavalr)
and eight companies of infantrv have been
ordered to prtK'itsl at once.
The Tope serloi.-ly HI.
Bovir, Dei ember -.'. The liie is sutTer
mg from a kidne) complaint and has been
ordered bv his physician- to take a complete
And) L)nn. foreman of the Knoxville.
Teun.. Chronicle, vva-in town today. (10
ing to get married at I'rbana.
II. B. McKa), of Delaware. vv,istheguest
esterdar of his brother. James McKay, as
sistant chief of police.
Kd Kinnane has gone to New
-pent! the holi.la)s.
1 " hat is heavens nest gut to man.' sne
, asked, svv cell) smiling on him. "Dr. Bull's
CoughS)rup. he rrpliisl, with prudence,
He had just been eilred b) it of a bad cold.
I I-t'-f dazier. the new!) . iscovered source
! ol "e -Mississippi, is asparKiiiig i"iie laKe.
which nestle-among the pines of a wild
and unfrequented region of Minnesota, ju-t
on the dividing ridge which forms the great
watershed nf North America. It is about
a mile and a half in greatest diameter. The
waters of the lake ar uc-McLngly pure,
comluK from eprlnjj-j. I
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
The HnH.lnl lrnj. et mill the t"r.creTha
- pubhsliisl In 'itur.1.1'- Issue, a num
ber of prominent i ituens met at Bowman Jt
liowmans law ofihe TlmrMla) evening,
Dei 24. and tlinded to s.e the work of es
tablishing the mil. h needed hospital put
! through t this misting the papers
printed below wiredrawn up. Thesepapers.
are now at this oflue awaiting signatures
1 and the (.1 iiiu-Uki'I iili. intend- publLsh-
ing e.u h da) the in. rea-ing h-t, which It
I hoi"- to have among the luimlrtsU within
r- ii)r umterslgneil. citizens of th state of
; Ohio, re-Ming ll. tlie 1 ttl nf prl.lgflelit.detr
, tug to beninie t lit .rpnr.teil uieler the inns uf
I tlie state..' Ohio, nit tor iT..nt. but fur the
fmrpuse hereinafter stateit. do hrrefi afto
I elule ourselves loethruniter these articles uf
first The n .me nf tins ciirimratlnn shall ho
I -pilngttelit llnspilal -
in! Ine sua inispiiai si.au ne located In
the -itv..f -nrtncnel 1. 1 r cnuntr. Ohio
lliinl The pmu sef.irwhlch tins corpora'
tion Is funned is to estaiilisn Mini m .Intatn a
b i-pt.al t'lrth so ., u.l v..iumleil,aiid tnts
end to iC'imr tit., to .11 -ui n Unds. bulldtnss
mid uther pr if en y - n. .y ne necessary or Con
venient tu aee.implish su, h ptirpuses
la testimony wnere.if weh ve liereunto sah
s.Til e-1 our name- this i tn .1 .y of liecember.
A Ii Hs
Following is the guarantee.
W'ti-T"!'. the uinlei signed citizens of the
-tate of Ohio, residing in UarK county. Ohio,
have agreed to become memliers n a corpora
tion, not for profit, to he formed ander the
nimenf prlngrteld Hospital
Now. therefore, we do hereby severally acre
with the members of the board of trustees who
1 mvr from time to time be elected trustees of
s.ia corporation, 111 emisiueraiion 01 ineirae
ceptance.it such offlce that we wtfl severally
pay pro ntawith said trustees any deflctency
which may occur tn the expenses of said hos
pital, provide., that the said trustees, before
entering Into any contrvit which shall Incur
-.liability beyond the amount of the money
subscribed and appropriated applicable to the
paynieut ot the said liability, report the same
to a legal meeting of s ltd corporation and ob
tain Its approvat thereof, unless the said cor
p ration at a Ifgai meeting shall have pre
viously authorized said c Ultra, t
This obligation shall be and remain In full
force for the term of three yesrs from and after
the est ibllstnnrnt of said hospital,
we publish above S A. Bowman, Gen,
J. W. Keifer, Amos Whiteley, Oliver
S. Kellev. 1.0-s Mitihell. W. .V. Whiteley,
Judge James . Go.ide, Judge Charles R.
White. Win. A. Harnett. A. C. Black and
Ch.is. A. Bacon. But one citizen to whom
the paper has been presented has refused to
Open seerets of the Ouih Hound Brotbis
KVIOHTs or HONOR.
During the pat week both the local
lodges of K. of II. held their annua! elec
tion of ota.ers. Follow mg are those elected
in Irotection lodge N'o. 739. Dictator, B. F.
Weigei: v ice dictator, John B. Bolan; as
sistant vice dictator. Thomas Mills; report
er. D L. Corner: hnain lal rejsirter. Ceorge
II. Coles: trea-urer, F. K.nian: chaplain, II.
P. Bradburg. guide. Edward Beeves; guar
dian. Joseph Fasslen sentinel, W. II. IVr
rln. trustees, A. II. ('illett. B. F. K. Jen
nings, and William Tupjier; reiwrter to
grand lodge, F. K. bv man; alternate. B. V.
K. Jennings; medical examiner, J. M. Mill-enassi-taiitmeilicalexamiiicr.
I'he follovring w ere eltr-ted by Memorial
Lodge. N'o. 2.S.H). Dictator. J. B. Fore
man; vice dictator. A. B. Cushman; assist
ant v lie dictator. E. M. Deeten rejsorter. A.
K. Straw; tnianeial reinirter. T. D. Wal
lace; treasurer. C. C. Fried: guide; Jacob
Weiufeld; chaplain, E. 11. Clietie) ; guardian.
5. Bcrger: sentinel. D. Klein; tmstee-i, E.
K. Cheney, s. T. Bus-ell am! E. M: Deeter;
rejuirter to G. 1-. A. Ii. Straw; alternate.
S T. Bussell; medical exainfner, L. E.
District Deputy Grand Chancellor O. B.
Trout will not install thenfheers of Mon-
crieffe Lodge until the sevnud meeting
night in Januar) from the fait the hrst be
ing N'ew ear's will mterft re w ith the at
tendince. He hojies that as man as can
ivill be present on that evening.
Fnil.i) evening. Januor) ;. the officers of
MoncrittTe Lmlge wnl be liistalle.1.
Bro. Cal Martin was m the city siending
Us Chn-tma-. rttiiiniug to Cincinnati es
Chiiupioii D vi-ion N'o. 44 will giveahol
dav lull tomorrow (Motnta) I iv.nuig at
their ariiior). I heir Irieinls wnl tie made
v 1 1 ome.
The rtceptioiis given b.v N'o 44 !a-t sea
sin were of the kind that all who attended
iifiiiwill tie glad tit all tqqeirtumt) to do
The bir Knights of N'o 'twill wear fa
igue uuiforui tomorrow iv.iuiig.
Mr Knight and Mrs. Cravcr nnt Christ-ma-
in Dav Ion
The ladle-' committee of No. 44 will meet
it the armor) tomorrow (Mimd..)) after-
Ttittle's full orclustra will furnish the
uiisic for the ball and nseption to be given
bv N'o. 44 tomorrow eitnmg.
sir Knight t-i holes is chairman of the re
Bro- George Turner is recovering his
health, and has r. turned to the city to live.
i-ir Knight Mclking received a v err ele
gant emblemitie Itnket or charm for a
Christmas gilt. He prizes it very highly on
account of the one vvho gave it.
Tolire limine! Ln-t -Sight.
John Mulahc was run in la-t night as a
safe-guard 1-) the American people. He
was the titlzen wanted for cutting John
N'agel at the dance on Sycamore street
Mike Tobin claimed too much of the
sidewalk last night, mi Officer- Marshall
and Ilizer assisted him to a downy couch up
John Brown and Abraham Saxe got into
a scnijie List night and Ix gan to balance
their occouuLs with their lists. They now
langui-h 111 the cit) ba-tile.
Koliert WiImiii. a plain, unvarnished
drunk with a large head, accomi-inied Of
ficer Ma-ke) .is tnr as the station-house
John Price became verx fresh and
free with hmi-elf Iat evening and
was mlitied down and escorted to
the cit) hotel bv Oihcer N'icklas.
Tham Boss, another altogtther too xer
dant sHirt. Is registered at the cit) alms
Jim Bund), one of the commanding offi
cers In tlie brick-bat battle 011 the hill Xmas
aftenioon. give luin-tlf up la-t evening at
roll call at poln e headquatters He thought
that he would feel better If he would easu
"ililli.nu" John-on. an "ever) da" d.
and .1.. wa- run in b) olhters McClure and
MeAuliff. and the heinous crime of resist
ing an". .Ulcer was placed opposite Ins name.
Otlicer Potee arrested Merril ,-praguelist
night 011 the charge of keeping his -a loon
open after "lights out," teti o'clock.
The pain and miser suffered by those
who are afflicted with dyspepsia are inde-
scnliable. The relief which is given by
Hood's barsapirilla has caused thouvinds
to be thankful for this great medicine. It
dispels the causes of .1 v spepsta, and tone
up the digestive organs.
J. E. Syphord, of South Charleston, waa
on a xiett to thin city today.
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