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SPRINGFIELD, O TlTUTtSDAY ETEXIXG, nVKMUKR 18 1880.
t n OI)HK-Vol. VII. No. St.". I
PRICE TWO CENTS.
At uGTO,N IT.Ohk:
K . or Bint. oUer windi.
witit cold wae.
SPRINGriELD, O., I
November lS, 1S86. J
It's a matter of twenty-five
cents left down in your vest
alter spending a dollar at
This is a good reason that
prompts the telling (occasion
ally) that you can buy direct
from a great Eastern factory,
one suit, one pants, one over
coat, or one anything that
man wears on his back or
head, at the exact same price
that exclusive dealers pay by
tne dozen, D' Simpiyaropping jeamenihis sleep between Tuesday and
in at the When, 25 and 27 I Wednesday morning, and he did not rail
West Main Street. j thereafter. -
To-Order trade grOWS with ' His death was puinless, the slow going
every week's business, and,outofal,,inie1,Uran candle, and for three
why shouldn't it, with fine tai-1 1,,mrs wt"n' t,K" "'1 came ,,e nas u""-
l,s- .J .... .-.., scions to his surroundings.
J . . . . .
SUltS, twenty tO thirty-SIX dol-
lars, instead of forty tO sixty ? .
And such tailor-made to
your measure trOWSerS, 5J, $6
As for looking, the more of
,r vm, ,1rv KfV,r ,. rnm,, ti,,. .
greater ease in selling you a
suit or an overcoat from the
Little pleasant boys' over
coats with Cape and Collar, i
three dollars ; without cape,
two dollars ; for smaller boys,
one dollar. Twelve to four
teen year boys' overcoats of
fine blue chinchilla beaver,
with fine velvet collar attach-
mem, nine aonars. dip dovs,
nine dollars, hirr mrn. eiahr1
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Boys' blouse suits here
today, two dollars and up.
Coming in from factory, one
fifty and up. Will you buy
the two dollar suit today or
the one-fifty suit later ?
Gum coats and imitation
gum coats are active. Um
brellas ditto. Hat covers, too.
It's a good coat that brines
more than three dollars: a a,C:S0 tm' ,"ornim-'- wrecked by a
, . . , 11T j landslide at Jones's Ferry, in the outskirts
poor one that brings less. V. e:of ,,,,, Clty, aml a IlumtH.r of IierM)I1., in.
handle them all for COnve-I jured. two of them, it I thought, fatally.
nience and money making. ' The heavy rains of thepast thirty-si hours
r n j ! u .1 had IiKisened the earth along the
You 11 judge qualities by the ,,.,,, , . , , ,
J ... 1 u 1 , road and the conductor had been
price Or OUr telling, Which r 1 notified to proceed carefully. The train
Wp nrehattprs nrthat nnrt.3'' running at not more than
. r . e
of the commonwealth who
think more of quality
name. Two and fifty
hundredths dollars here is as
good as double the amount
Men's and boys' Fur Caps,
Scotch Caps, Cassimere Caps
Remember the S 1.50 for $t
underwear going from the
Springfield's Only One Price 1
Jersey Sweet Potatoes,
BlIK A.I) CAN,
The Finest in the City.
J. Iff. NIUFFER
NO. 13 EAST HIGH STREET.
DR. J. C. OLDHAM,
PERAT1YE DENTISTRY A
No. 2Vt E. Main Street.
CHESTER A. ARTIICI! DEAD.
Tne ex-President Dies Suddenly at an
Early Hour This Morning of a Com
plication of Diseases.
Itiialtir rnilnre tn the W et IlllM.triN
mi limt nnil storm n the laiht-
laimloll.lf niul serlmi. Hallna;
.c iilent at rittbiirg.
Us the Associated Press
Nhw Yor.K. Nov. Is. Ex-President
Cluster . Arthur died at .'. o'clock tlii.s
i morning at his residence. No. li.'l Leing
I ton avenue. He has been ailing for some
' tunc from a complication of disease, prin
jcipall) kidney affection.
1 He bait pent the summer at a watering
l place ami it was supposed that thii had
strengthened somen hat his enfeebled con
dition. Heath wa imeccted, it not be
ing supposed outside of his hou-e. that he
was in any immediate danger.
AsMM.n as the news of Mr, Arthur's
death was made public, many liaison pub
lic ami private building were placed at half
A stroke of cerebral aipley. sudden
tint nut wholly unexpected by attending
plij-icians. terminated his life. The stroke
His son and daughter, his sister, hi
lmr a partner. Sherman W. KnevaN.
and his closest friend. Surrogate Kolliiis,
With the beginning of the preent week a
the evpreIdent felt better and stronger
than at anv time since he was taken sick
and cnmm. ntl hopeful!) ui.011 the fact
It was alter midnight when his attendant
left him alone in his lusl-room and nothing
was heard of him during the early morning
He was not disturbed until his attendant
entered his room at eight o'clock eterday
morning. He found Mr. Arthur lj ing on
his side, breathing heavily, and could not
rouse him. The family answ ered his sum
mons, but failed to elicit any sign of con
sciousness or recognition from him.
Ir. Cis.rge A. Peters came and at once
saw he was suffering from a stroke of cere
bral apoplex-. A small blood vessel in the
brain had burst and paraljslsof the right
de ei me 1.
Mr. ArtW lay motionless and peechles
ell di j". lie knew what was go
iiil' o l about him, for he
sijiieczeil the doctor's hand and put
out his tongue partly when asked tn do so,
but he never spoke or cave any other sign
of consciousness. Last night at 0, signs of
phjMcal failure indicated that the end was
drawing mar. The change for the worse
came on rapidly, and his sisters and chil
dren gathered at his bedside.
Itniln ny Cntastrophe.
PiTTsntiK., Nov. IS. The limited ex
press coming east on the PitUburg. Cincin
nati fc ft. Louis raiiroaiL due in this clt) j
ten miles an hour, and just as it reached
Jones's Fern a mass of rocks and earth
than ' ca"" tulnbling down from a precipice forty
feet above. The huge mass crashed into
Olie- i the three sleejiers, which were in the rear.
The interior of the front car was almost
completely-demolished. It was the Cin
cinnati sieeiH-r, and fortunately had a
smaller number of passengers than any
coach that has gone out of Cincinnati on
the limited for months.
ll the ficcmifints lio,l iri.i o.l n-zut rf
1 tliem were in the forward, part of tlie coach.
I prejiarlng their toilets. The two other
.sleepers were badly wrecked. The train
was taken on to the station. It was found
, that eight of tlie passengers were serious!)
I hurt while probably as many mure had re-i-eivcd
piinful cuts and bnic-es.
The following Is a list of
the injured: David Aniheim. Pitts-
head badly cut IknI) and breast crushed.
It is feared that he is injured internally and
in a precarious condition: S. A. liennett.
New York, seriously hurt and Caj.t O. A.
Doud. Pittsburg, not dangerously hurt
Mrs. Lieut Glass, Fort Iiajard, N. M .
slight injury: K. A. Curtis.
New York, M-verel) though not
daugerousl) injured: J. C. Lipmau. Indiau
aK.hs, not M-ru.us. A young lady troui
Terre Haute. Ind.. name not learned, was
struck by Hying pieces of rock and hurt
aim ut the head and lioily. Mr. Fowler,
Washington, 1). C., slightly hurt. A nuiii
'.er of other passengers were slightly in
jured. DAN MANNINC'S HEALTH.
I'rohahilily Tlmt lie Can Not Survive
Washington, Nov. IS. "Sectetar)
Manning impresses me as one who is not
long for this world," said an Indiana othee
seeker toda) altera half hour's chat with
the head of thetreasur) department "The
talk about Mr. Manning being in the I-st
'lealth he has been in for ears. Well, I
pity him it he has ever been so fteble as
now. He is unsteady, puffed and tutored
alK.ut the ees, and has an instibilit) in his
trail of conversation which leads a
man to think he is rapidly failing
1 can tell, t.H.. that he dt.es not
take much interest in his work. Very mkvii
after inauguration I came here and had a
long talk with Mr Manning. Then he was
thoroughl) enthusiastic about treasury niat
t rs. and 1 could see he had Ids mu:I in the
luties before him. Now he goes about it as
though he was forcing his mind and his
hands to work. He doesn't like the Neitiiii
and is disj)K:uted in it Yes, he ma) hold
the office till the next election so as to keep
ip tlie continuity of the cabinet but 1 do
not believe it. I not believe he will lie
,l.ve then unless begets relief from his
burdens. Kv.dentl) the air. the water, the
position, the whole surroundings d not
agree with him. and I am of opinion he will
not be with us many weeks. Mr. Manning's
health i rumeiL"
He i Iteail for Almost Any Kind of
W vsiiiv.ton. Nov. lb. Ex-Seaker
.. .,,. k.,l..l n. ..... fr....... ,lu .,,li,.p .In.
j IVaiUlUll nviaini ,oi m iiiruu n mm i ,ij
for stating to a newspaper corresimndeiit
that, owing to ill health, he (Uamlall) did
not want lobe chairman of the house com
mittee on appropritious after this congress.
The Penns)lvaiiian declared that he did
not intend to be disposed of in any such
summary manner. lie wants the iwition
he occupies another term, and declared that
he expects to get it. What he most objects
to is being shelved as incapacitated. He
wants not only to be returned again and
again to congress, but also to be a candi
date for the presidency If his partv should
conclude to take upa protective tariff standard-bearer.
Mr. ltaudall looks better than
be did a mouth or two ago.
COBBLED BY THE LEACUE.
The ri.t.hltrc I luh .V.liiitl.eil mill Ihe St
I. ius( luh ). Out.
Cmr Mm. Nm. IS. The rumors that It
was the intention of the IMtsburg base ball
'luh to appl) fin admission to the league
were continued b) the unanimous adinis
sion ot the club at the imvting which lieg.it.
)esten1a alleniism. W. A. Nimiek and
A. K. NMI.lKvtt weie ailiuitted to the
sociatiou as repieeiitatlesof the Pittsburg
The playing rules suggested b the joint
committee were read and airepttsl b) the
league. It is rumored that the hi. l.oin
club tendered its resign.it mi. as a member
of the league and the resignation was ac
cepted. The disposition of th- plajers has.
it i said, lieeii left to a ci.tnniittiy of thnv
Spalding. SimIcu and Stearns and the
h.nediridisl that the plaers shall lie di
vided between the Kansas Citjs and Wash-
ingtons. 1 he leport that St. Louis has ri1
sign.slwas denied b the league olhciaN.
who also iliscountciianrnl the go -ip con
cerning Kansas City lH-ing deiuisl aduiis
sion. The denials in both cases were anj-
tliiug but emphatic.
AN AWFUL ACCIDENT.
A Itililer Knlls 1 i lit Three I'lreiiiei. nt.il
I'll. .illy InluresTheni.
Hu.timi.i::, No, Is. Kire broke iXit
shortly before noon yesterdaj 111 Harrar
Hrother's warehouse on (".imden street
near Harrison, which was entire) hurneil
out. The damage is cstiiuitol at ?20,(ioo.
w Inch is cov ensl b) insurance. The build
ing adjoining, occupitsl h WiH.Ifonl -Shiliierg.
straw goods manufacturers, was
damaged In stock and machinery I. smoke
and water S1."..00() which is also fully in-j
sured. Wliile the firemen were at work
the truck of one ot the ladder companies!
eapsird and fell backward into the street.
There were on it at the time Captain Mar- i
stun. Charles I.. (Jrunil. Frank Kerr and
Iluir Itxan. Captain Marstoii caught on.
I the edge of the n.f of a two story house
111101111111: aim escajsi MTlolIs injur.
(Inind. 11 an and Kerr fell with the ladder.
which un.kr in us i.i.i. ami an aresupjKMti lagious or inlislioiisiliseas!",.
to have had their backs broken, (riind m will th-refore uisiruct the i.nicers
and Kerr an1 rejxirted to have died since, vv here an sucli case shall come to their
and no hope for lljan's recovery ishad. j knovvltslge they shall take the name of the
person in vvlnise house such disete shall
WHY 13 THIS THUS? exist, the number of the house, the time
, since the appearance of the disease, and
line .r the l.oI.lem.llem.MTnlieConcre..- tin- name uf tlu attending phjslciail. re
i..eareTrji..Bt.. FiB..re i..t. ,H.rtmg sch information when going off
Wasmim.ton, Nov. IS. Democratic diit. or such other tune as will most
memlvrs of congress here aie discussion 'ipucklv bring the rei.ort to proper notice.
tlie recent election and theeatises which led I
I to .1 r.slncli.... of (I... .l.M.i.w.r-.lw. i..rii.
I in the house. 1,'epresentative Matson. of !
Indiana, thinks it vva hostilit to the ad-!
ministration which cut down the part vote .
in his district. In fact, hesajs. the admin-'
istration and its jhiIicv did not enter as an
active nuestioii m the contest. He can
trace much of the discontent that prevailed
in the partv to federal j.atronage. but tlie i
trouble in tins resect was confined to local
ities and the animus was against him, not
Itepresentative Wilkuis, of Ohio, cim
firuis Matstin's view of tint subject. He
finds that aniKiintnieiits to some small tov-1
eminent position. tich as a count rj nst-' night at 10 o'clock that worthy gentleman
ofllce. created disajijM.iutments and excited stole awav from Ids friends and acijuain
opiHisition in the Iis-alit to him as the per- tances. a,he said, for Pittsbenr iia Colmn-
M.n resinisible for the apiK.intmeiit.
THAT POLICE INVESTIGATION.
t Ittat ktiinlliiiK Operation
Washington, Nov. IS. A decision is
daily expected In the invitee investigation
here, and the impression prevails that it will
!e a whitewash. The local press makes no '
secret of its belief that, as intimated in '
these dispatches several da) s ago, there is
tH-tiliul this all a gigantic real estate sp-n
latum and that this investigation is made to
cover a greater M-annai tlnn apjH-ars on Its
face. It is now charge,! ,WIIj that the
real reason congressmen were to be shad-
owe.1 by the police was to foice them to ,
make an approjiriation to pay for extending
.vtassachiisetts avenue two miles into the
country at government exjM'iise and in the
neighln.rhoi.il of the recent purchase of
President Clev e'and.
Governor llrnj on Cntlle Ill-ease.
Im.i.w vroi.is, Nov. Is. Covenior
Cray sa)s in an interview in relation to the
disease among cattle in Clinton county and
other localities in tin
state suppoM-d to be j
pleurn-pneumonia that the disease has ln-en
fully investigated by Dr. I). F. Salmon,
chief of the bureau of animal industry,
Washington, D. C, and also by the state
lioanl of health and other veterinarians
Dr. Salmon, after a careful post-mortem
examination s.i)s the disease is not pleuro
pneumonia, but a disease called '"hush" or
"horse,'" a paraiic bronchitis. That the
disease is not conLigu.iis, but cattle pas
tured in low lands are liable to be alllirted
The disease is caused b) irritation
in the windpipes, bronchial tubes and lung
oy a parasite, iiamevlx-ientilically 'StR.nge
l)s," but that there is nothing contagious
about the disease.
Ij.wii.i, Mass.. Nov. Is. jist evening
I the jurv in tlie Wilson-MiK-n case brought
in a verdict in favor of Moen. the defend
ant, for f 'iii.5-i-.being the amount of Wil
son's notes for ST0.000 held by Moen, with
Cmr .o. Nov. IS. The western blizzard
reached this city last night and early tin
morning tlie wind was blowing at the rate
of 34 niih-s er hour, accompanied by quite
a heavy fall of snow.
Mr unit More.
Stukatoi:. 111.. Nov. Is. The store of
Levi Bros., dealers m notions, was closed
by the sheriff yrsterilay. Liabilities tiO.
000. AscL unknown.
Ci.tnlni.il I-le.tM Court.
After the case ot ISirthnlomevv vs. Craw
ford was compromised and settled by tl e
altorue)s this morning, and the jury w:s
ei ustd until 11 o'clock, the attorney In
the case of Nihart vs. Swonger, put thtir
heads together, followed the example al
icad) set them, and effected a settlement
without going In-fore the jurv. At ll.:;o
the jurv was called and dismissed until
Tuesila) at a o'clock. The judge took oc
casion to si court was dela)etl this morn
ing bv some of the jurjmeu being tard).
and admonished them to be on hand
pmmptl) on next Tuesday morulix. Jinlm
White was somewhat elated in having two
suits so easil) disposed (,f ui one day.
An t'liti.ui.ileil Humor.
A few d.i)s ag,. the (ii.oiirl!i ci'inir
published a current rumor that Al. Davis,
former! a popular conductnr on the Oho
Southern raiin.id. had committed suicid,
in iA-sivenvvortli, Kansas. It i a pleasiir.
to announce that the rumor has no founda
tion in facL Yesterday Kd. It) an. the con
ductor, received a telegram from Mr. Davis
himself, which effectuall) puts an end to all
ontrover) about his death.
latti of .l.itm-s CrclKhtoii.
J lines Creighton. son of the late Frank
II. Creightoii and brother of J. D. Cr.-igh-ton.
wellkiiovvn here, died at Omaha, Weil
lie-day. Tlietuncral will beheld tomor
row. The Creighton family formerly resided
here and were a very prominent famil).
The deceased frequently visited his old
The Initial number of the daily irort!n;f
men'x Ailwivite came out last night. It
gives promise of being a llrst-cI.iSM little
paier in the future, end there is wide room
for improvement. XV, D. A. O'Brien is
THEY MUST REPORT.
I'li)slrliisliniliiol s,ilifj llir I i iff
Ciisextf liihlheriit ill he l'riiilr Ar
resleil. There is an evident dts.sition on tl e
past of some of the phslciaiis ot thecltj
to do as they please alM-ut resirting cases
of diphtheria to the nuor. Indeol the
openlv assert that the niavor cannot asccr
tain whether thev violate the ordinance or
not, si. the will use their iivMidlseretii.il
alxmt reNirtiug eases. Perhaps the will
do as thev please and crliaps not. Kver
is.liceotlicer in thiscil has been instructed
to locate ever case of diphtheria on his
heat and rejK.it the same to the major, to
gether with the name of the attending ph
sielan. If tlie case has not alreadv been re
iK.rtcd bv the phsie'an In charge, and a
reason ible time lias elapstsl for such re-
Iirt, the phsician will be arretted for a
violation of the oidinance.
it dm's not swiii nece-sar to form an
association of all the physicians in the city.
as has been suggested, so that the president
ot that association might report eases to tlie
maor. Kven if such an association timid
be formed, which Is doubtful, the present
arrangement is much simpler. All that the
phjsieiaiis now have to do is to call up the
uiav or's oillcc dail hv telephone and report
what eases of diphtheria the have. Th.it
is all there is of it. and it ssni ln.ni the
attitude of the niavor, that if the phjsieiaiis
do not oomph with the ordinance thev will
get iiitodilliculty. '
Since the above was written the follow
onlei from Major l.oodwin has leeii placeil
in the hands of a representative of the
(.I mil -III im m i Th" attention of all
phjsieiaiis is iesKvtf.illy called to it
Majoi's Olhce. Springtield. .. Nov. IT, 's0.
To the Chief uf Police
Information has reached this olhce that
persons ai e violating the ordinance of the
c!t touching the matter of rep rtiug to this
olhce all i ases classtsl as malignant, eon-
Vo" "'" f"r'llpr Instruct the oftieeis to be
!f" - - "i'."M ....i...i.m i.i 11-ijaiiii.ur
1M i.r.in.t inv lu.ruin f.nni.l Ifilitltio- tl.M
provisions of the aUive mentioned ordi-
nance. .1 mi I. I i.vvis.
BRECKENRIDCE, THE BENEDICT.
The Uii.ii; sprlncflrlil 'squire Tunc. Into
liiiii.eir n Itetier iimr. j
John (.arver Hreckciiri.lge. the brilliant
jouiig justice of the waee( i his township,
is no more a single man. Ik has doubled i
up. Having made mi man) people happ)
he has now tried his own medicine, l-v-t
bus. Strange to say he took the Cleveland
train, which, as many know, pasM-s through
Delaware, tlie city of his love. That let the
cat out of the bag.
At one o'clock this afternoon at Dela
ware, Sjuire John (I. Ilreckentidge was
tlie aI""t"1 daughter of ISev. J. F. Shaffer,
lau,T uf Ult' ''" I-ntheran cliurch of
that cits". Ilev. Shaffer was for several
jears eonnecieii vviin v nieuiK-rg college,
as a teacher In the Theological department,
am ia, only removeil to his present held of
,.lN(r WIlhlu le rent ar. T1(
... . ' ,, , ' ' . , .
' t,le 01,1' v'" "f ' mf- h- - Hreckeurl.lge,
profesvir of matlieuiatics In Wittenberg,
iioth the bride and groom are graduates ot
vv luenocrg college, .vir. aim .Mrs. Hreck-'
ciiruige leu iiiimeuiaieiy inr riiisuurg anil
leniis.vivaniaio sjH-nu a lew (laysamong
relatives and will return to this city, to take
up tlieir future residence, earl next week,
May joy, lieace and happiness be ever
theirs, is the pra)er of a host of friend, of ,
hjth bride and groom.
THE DIVORCE MILL.
MliKRle IVaciH-k Sreks I
lelensi fn.ni 1
Her John Wi-nlej.
Mrs. Maggie Peacock, through her attor
ne), George C. 1 Jaw lins, Esq., tiled a peti
tion this morning for a divorce from John
Wesley, her husband. I'i.iintilf was mar
ried to defendant August 27, lbs'i, and has
h' b n'"1 twochildien, now in her care:
Lero), aged two, and Ada, aged one.
The petition charges that on blank day of
August, Ism;, at Columbus, defendant com
mitted adultery with a woman to the plain
tiff unknown, and that at divers other times
between July ." and Uctolier Hi), lssn, at
Columbus, defendant committed adulter)
with sundry lewd females, ii) reason of
hi said adulteries ilefendant contracted a
venereal disease, with which he infected
plaintiff. Tlie petition further says that
defendant threatens to, and unless re
strained b) the injunction of this court, will
deprive the plaintiff of the cutud) of -sin!
children and remove the same beyond the
jurisdiction of this court, a the defendant
reside in the city of Columbus. There
fore, the plaintiff prays that she may be di
vorced from thedefei.dant, that tlie custod)
of said children ma) be aw aided to her,
that the defendant ma) be decreed to pay
her reasonable alimony, that i-ndiug this
suit lie ma) be restrained b) the injunction
of tins court from disturbing her custod) of
said children, and for all other pinpt-r re
lief. EXCELSIOR DEDICATION.
ivt societ Hull at Witteut.eri; to lie
Formal! 0ienei! Tomorrow I-ro-Xruliiliie
Tomorrow Frida) ) afternoon at 2 o'clock
t ic Excelsior Iiterar) societ) of Wittenberg
lol'ege will formal! dedicate Its hall in the
new building. The Excelsior was given
the hrst choice of rooms for its hall, and
chose the suite on the south side, third
tloor. The riHi.n have been elegantl) pa
percd. carietfd and furnished since the
fall term in the college began, and the Ex
celsior now ha a society hall of which they
may jn-tlj feel proud.
Follow ing is a programme of the dedica
i hums by students uniler the leadership of
ViMressof welcome to visiting societies anil
trieiols by Fred. ( .intwald.
Uetponse frm Knterpean siMjlety.
Kespntise from riitlosopliiau society.
Declamation by li. 0. Smith.
'ration t.y s'amuel S. Keller.
I'l in. sol,.
Pedicitorv address by Daniel Schindler, I I...
of l.ini.ister. O
I-ii r iiptu addresses by alumni
lit it. diction.
This occasion vv ill be one long remembered
at Wittenbtrg. All the societies will be pres
ent in a body. All friends and alumni of
Kvcelsiorare most cordial!) inv ited to attend.
The three- ear-old son of Councilman
McKenna died at 11 o'clock yesterday morn
ing of diphtheria. Only a short time ago
Mr. and Mrs. McKenna lost a child by the
same dread scourge, and this second afliic
tiou is indeed severe. The bereaved pa
rents hare the sincere sympathy of aiL
Mirriage This Afternoon of J. Elden Bow
man and Miss Sue Belle
T.ii. si.rliiKlirlil lli.is Kill Their 'Vlen
llllllirai tllrers llrKlll.ize Joke on n
llejint Ke iiiilt.li ot the suiiiuj,
VnKeli Itrl f I.ocnls.
As announced in the (ii mii-lli.ei iii.ir
of last evening, the marriage of John
Kldeii How man ami Sue Itelle Iliirbank,
two of Springfield's well known jiuing
siK-iet jsij.le, is-eiirrisl at the
Seeiiiid Presbjteriau church at
one u'eliN-k this afterniNin The
wiildmg was a ver elegant but unostenta
tious affair. Over one hundred invitations
were issued bv word of mouth, and the cen
ter of the church was nearl filled by the
guests in attendance. The ushers were doe
P. sharp. Iiarr C Wiseman, Will S. Itab
bitts and Will Uodgeis, Jr.
At one o'cliK'k two carnages drove uj to
the church, the tiM containing the attend
ants. Ad. S. Itodgers and Miss I.ettie Iliir
bank and A. N Mnnmers and Miss Nellie
Johnson. In the second were the bride and
groom, fter illsjiosing of outside wrajis.
the bridal put proceeded to the
church altar in the following
order: I'j. the left isle went Mr. Sharp and
Mr. Wiseman, ushers. .Miss Biirlunk and
Miss Johnson, the attendants, followed I.
J the blushing bride, while on the opjuisite
side of the church, in the same order, pro
ds ihsl the other usher., the geutltmen at
tendants, ami the groom. As the j.artv en
tens) the church. Mr. Newton Sever struck
up Mendelsshon's wedding march.
llev. Dr. Ceorge II. I'lillerton, pastor of
the church, was in waiting at the church
altar, and the high contracting parties took
their places !cfore him, the attend
ants and ushers Hanking them on
either shie. The marriage eeremonj
was verv brief and beautiful, and Included
! the placing of the wedding ring on the
linger of the l.i r bride by the groom.
The part) .,issl down the left aisle and
out of tlie church to their carriage and to
the dejs.t, and were on!) in the church
eighteen minute. The wedding par
t) ami the guests were alike
in street dress, but bride and lad) attend
ants wore handsome corsage bouquets of
choice llowers. Mrs. Bowman was dressed
in a traveling suit of blue cloth and hat
trimmed to match. The groom wore the
The new l)-vve.Iilei) j.air left on the l:r,o
tram on the C. C. C. A I. mad for C.ncin-
nati and Atlanta, at which place the) will
visit Mi- lfovvmui's father, Prof. Iliirbank.
The) will rem un Unda.vs ortwo weeks.
and inioii their return will take up their
residence for tlie time being at the How man
homestead on east High street
BL0WINC DOWN THE GOVERNMENT.
A Ijvrge I'lirtltii.n In the rostolllreTirlnteil
mill Hroken l.r the x hiil.
A peculiar atcident occurred about
twent) minutes after one o'clock this after
noon at tlie iMistoftice. The big door on
the west side of the building was opened
for a few minutes for the purpose of ad
mitting the truck with some mail. A
heavy gust of wind went screech
ing across Market Squire, and
the whole of it seemed to sweep through
the open door into the office. Everything
went before it. Pa.ers, letters, books and
all Hew about the othce as if alive. Sud
denly there were several loud cracks, and
t.n a heavy crash, and when people rushed
to see what the matter was they found
the large paitition between the main lobby !
f the office and the money order
department on the floor twisted and broken
and the glas, door smashed into atoms.
The viimt whs i-m... tim, ei.ct h.,.1 . n
through the office, and not finding a vent.
had made one. The .l.ii.mi-e will not h..
considerable and Postmaster Johnson will
soon have the partition again in position.
Another sprinctirM Hi. Kills HI. Mnn
.ll.il llsinpes Arrest.
Word has been received at iH.lice head
quarters that Lewi Hammers, who former
ly resided in this city with Councilman F..
T. Thomas, murdered a man named Heath
in Pittsburg last night It seems, from all
the information obtainable concern
ing the tragel) that II limner and Heath
ha.l a row in a saloon which resulted in a
tighL In the melee Hammers, drew a knife
and stabbed his antagonist several times,
mulcting injuries from which he soon died.
Hammers escaped and the Pittsburg police
had failed up to o'clock this
morning to apprehend him. The police
here vveie notified, becaue it via thought
Hammer might return to this city. Ilam-
mers will be remembered as one of the men
arrested a few weeks ago for stealing bras
from the (Jlobe printing establishment. He
left the city soon afterward, and has not
since been here.
Judge Miller ha
issued the following
marriage licenses during the
in. K. v lute and biisie M. Snder: Alvm
C. North and Maria J. Heftier: Charles
Maglumphre) and -Mar) Poling: Ludwig
It igner and Louise beldetterbeeh: John E.
McDermott and Ella Kafferty; Albert II.
Smith and Eliza J. Nann; John Elden
Bowman and Sue Belle liurbank. Four
ordered not published.
Mi.rriisl Tlii Morning.
John McDermott and Mis Ella I'affert)
were married tin morning at St. Joseph's
i ainoiic cniireii. i in evening the )oiuig
couple will le given a reception at Mickiy
Welh'. (iuestswill be present from To
ledo, linlianipoli and Terre Haute, and a
delightful time i anticipated. Oood music
will be furnished.
Ilvercoit mill .Vli.nt. stolen.
yesterday afternoon ome sneak thief
stole $:S in money from young Churchill on
the Hill and also a chinchilla overcoat. The
name of the thief is not known, but he was
a small young man and wore a rubber coat
and rubber boots. The police are working
on the case.
The cards are out for the marriage of Dr.
J. P. Dugau and SIiss Carrie M. Tiblietts,
the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I. N. Tibl-ctts, at their residence. No. lsl
.ast P.itton street, on Thursday afternoon,
Nov ember 2.1. at :; o'clock.
Some sneak thief got away with a pair of
pantaloons from J. M. Knote's store about
1 1 o'clock this morning, and although he
was pursued by Mr. Knote for some dis
tance, he finally escaped.
Albert II. Smith and Eliza J. Nason were
married Wednesday evening at St. Paul
par-onage, bv llev. Henry Tuckley.
Deputy Sanitary Marshal K. M. (ielwicks
put up twelve diphtheria cards on as many
houses in the east end this morning.
BRILLIANT PIANO RECITAL.
Mme ,lnlie Itlie-Kli.i; in ii (Iraml ('ln.sirnl
Com erl -S-M Ti.emilny Kvoi.mk.
After the .ra)er meeting at the Fir-t
I'reslijtenaii church last evening the join g
ladies of the church met and took formal
action in the matter of disti Wilting tickets
for the concert next Tuesila) evening at
H lack's ojieni house On that iK'c.isioi. it
will be remembered Mine. Julie Hive-King,
the eminent pi. mist, . will apjienr in a grand
classical concert, and the meeting last night
was the couclmtlng step m the arrangi
ments for the event Tickets will here
after lie on sale bv all the )oung ladies and
can be procured conveniently.
Indications are that Mine. IJive-Klng
will be gieeted bv a magnificent audienie
next TiipmI.1) evening. Ihe mention of
this distinguished artiste's name- alone
seems to have awakened the partiallv dur
mant -pirit of artistic n.jreciatioii in
Sj.riuglielil. This is " not very sin
prising, frr Mine. King's piano plaiiic
is all-siithcient lterfii't. The remarkable
little American prodigy, who w.uatonie
the wonder and prideof the brilliant coterie
of the students assembled at Weimar to
draw inspiration and receive instruction
from I. ist. the great matter, h.is rlin-nid
into one of the acknowledged artists of the
world. Her versatilitv i such that she has
lieen enabled to present to her audiences a
repertoire iiicoiiiparabiv greater than that
of any pianist now before the public. The
critic of the New ork Triliiinc sajs
Her pl.iing was a surprise and delight to
the whole house. It wa-clear, forcible, el
egant, luetic, and wonderful!) pimd. Its
dithculties disai.j.earsl uniler hei admirable
technique its hnlliauev wasfull) disj.lavei!
and little or nothing of its jioctical charm
was siitfertsi to eMaj.e. ')( Schumann's
'Carnival strains" she p!a)cd only one
part: but. being recalled bv a storm of a
plaiise. she gave .inasiouniliiigi'rfonnanee
stecouil Hiiiigaiiau Ithapsinlie.
which lixisl he. (sisition among the hr-t of
female pianists. No pianist, save ituhin
stein, has made such a brilliant and lro
niHUici'd success here.
ELECTION DAY LIQUOR CASES.
s.iliH.mrtlN VV ho hep. Their I'l-it m Open
in n Ituil lli.x A I en Minor Ca.es.
Affairs in the jM.lu-e court were rather
live!) )ester.la) afternoon, several in.tKir
tant cases In-ing ilisjmseil of.
James Met law and L. II. Harten were
each lined SI and costs for indulging in a
Madison Mmon and Mike Filati, fordis
orderl) i-omluet each got l and costs,
while John Knight was t.ntil : and cots
for being disorder!.
The case of Mose I-inkin for ilisoiderl)
conduct was couti.mi until toda).
The cases of the saloon ke'H-rs chargcil
with keeping their saloo!isoM-n on election
day were then called ami all were tried ex-
i cept that of Pat loone), who. owing to the
fact that his face retentlj came in violent
contact with a club in the hands of another
man, is not able to take legal advice from
The saloonists who were tried were Mar
tin Callagher, John Shaw. Ciilbert Houck
and .Mar) Ellen MctJuire, and they were
represented b) J. K. Mower, Km. and C.
V. Coiistantine, Ei. The cim-s. vvitli tlie
exception of that of Callaglier, which was
tried tirst, were submitted without argu
ment, although the attorneys made the usu
al motions to dismiss. These were over
ruled in each ease aniKiallagher. bhaw and
Houck were bound over to court in the sum
of $100 each. The case of Mary Ellrn
Mctiuire was taken under advisement by
Tom Ilipton. charged with stealing tools
from W. II. I! ee, and various articles from
Dug. Ogh-sbic, was arraigned, pleaded
not guilt and h id his trial M-t for tomor-
SPRINCFIELD TALENT ABROAD.
KfHeivisI that Wiiluim Itrnnno.i
Killril a Mtui In New V.irk.
Word has been received b) Chief of Po
lice Walker that William Brannon. a
Springfield bo), has been arrested in Nivv
Vork on the charge of murdtr.
The boy Is the on ot a saloonist on the
Hill and was known to all hi associates
and in police circles as "La7)" Brannon.
That describes bun pretty well, for he was
never truthfully acctied of doing a lick of
work willingly. He hung about hi fatlifr's
saloon and drank liquor until he had to be
locked up at the request of his father, and
in jmlice circles he a known as
one of the tough of the "hill.'" Five or
six weeks ago he asaulted and badly in
jured John Mahone). and the police made
a diligent earch for him, but were unable
to find him. It tuiall) leaked out that lie
hid skipped tlie town, and the officers re
girded it as a good riddance. NoIhhI)
knew where Ilrannen had gone, and the
news that he l in a murderer' cell i the
first word that ha lu-en received from hiin
ince he lett. No particulars of the mur
der have been received, but Chief Walker
-a that hi information i authentic.
Maker or Mrtnlir Casket Take step to
Organiz. a Nationnt s.o iiitijn.
Scipio E. Baker, general manager of the
Springfield Metallic CakctCo., of this clt).
returned homethis morning from Cincinnati,
where he aited in the organization of the
the National Metallic Casket Case Acia
tion. Itepresentative from seven of the
eight manufacturers of metallic cases and
caskets in tlie I mted States met Tue-day
and Wednesday at the liraud hotel, Cincin
nati, and effected a tc mpoiar) organization.
The permanent organization will not be
complete.! until it i eei. whether the rt
inaining linn w ill go into the organization.
Mr. Baker wa appointed a committee to
interview thi tinn and prevail iiimiii it to
join with the other. Heir-are for Lou i
ville. where the firm i located, tonight, and
exited to be ucceful in Ins uuion. In
deed, it ma) be anl that to Mr. Baker, al
though representing the )otinget firm in
this line, is due principally the credit of
effecting this organization. IS. T. Wood,
of S)racue, N. ., for ten )ears a meiulter
of the senate in that state and at the head
of many interests, besides one of the largest
coriM.rations uiamifacttiiitig metallic cases,
was eleited president. A committee wa
selected to prepare a constitution, and an
other meeting will be called to complete the
Count) Auditor in .ion.
Auditor O. F. Serviss returned etenla)
morning from Da) ton. where he attended
the nineteenth annual session of the Ohio
issociation of county auditor, Tuesday
the association discussed law and practice
in matters pertaining to the conduct of tlie
county offices. The following officers were
elected for the ensuing year: President
F. J. Esker. of Ito count) ; vice president.
John D. Turner, of Montgomery; secretary,
E. XV. 1'oe, of Wood; treasurer. C. A. Vor
detride, of Lucas. An executive committee
was also appointed.
Thet. a. wesell are strictly pure. Our
50c teastannot be bought elsewhere for less
than TO cents. No humbug. The (Srcat
Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
WADE'S SWAMP ANCELS.
rhej are ll.ikinc Arra..i;eiiif.i. to lln
Honor to Tlieir ;jillunt Coniiiiaiiiter
lllnlNiit tlieMili.ar ami roli.tr.illait-er
or 'Cap.- Waile.
Yesterday Chief of Police alker re
ceivisl the following letter
Diim iirsriu. Mo.. Nov. I". Ism,
Dk vu Ci.vinti.i. I am iimiuig through
priugiield on in) way to Washington
Will be there some tune alxmt the tir-t of
next month. Wish ) on could tell all the
'boys" and arrange with them to meet me
there, say on the last .s.ilunl.i in this
month. I can stay only for a day 01 two.
and 1 want to sis- all the nit-nitters of our
old company living 111 or near hi.riiighi Id
You ma) invite them to take dinner with
me at one of ) our best hotels. Jim, have
all there that )ou can, ami we shall have
a good time talking over the tune w hen tie-
"Angels rai-eil hell with the "Jolinnies.""
Your friend ami comrade,
XV. II. VI.r
XV. II. Wade is Captain Wade, of com
pany K, rtlst regiment, O. V. 1. That. .im
pair) was known b) everybody in the Union
ami) as the "swamp Angels" or "Wade's
Devils."' Thej won tlie last name b) exl.i
bi, ions of desjierate courage. The) were
not afraid of an)tlung that walked, and
they -didn't i-are who knew it" "Cap "
Wade was the idol of the cnlillunv and lie.
deserved the esttvm of his men. for he u js
oneot the bravest men that ever donne.1
the blue. He was promoted for his braver),
and when mustered out of the service he
was colonel of the 17th I'. S. mfantrv. col
lie removed to the west and has Iwen re
siding in Missouri for nnny years. Two
ears ago he was electist lo the lower house
of congress from the Dorchester distru ton
the republican ticket. The democrat tear
ing Ins re-election tin fall, gerrvin.n
dereil the state, but he was rt
nominated by tlie republican and reek ted
two week ago last Tuesday by an over
vv helming majority. He enjoys the ditim -turn
of bein," the only republican congress
man from Missouri.
When he losses through Springfield lie
will be on his way to Washington to re
sume his seat in the house of representa
tives. During his stay in Springfield he
will lie the guest of Chris. Fried, who i a
relative. Hisbo)s. as he calls them, do
not propose to take dinner with him. but
that he shall take dinner with them, and al
read) arrangements have been made for a ,
line spread at the Arcade hotel. All the
old "Swamp Angels" in this vicinity will bo .
on hand to assist in doing honor to the man
whom they followed through the tire and
smoke of confederate gnus.
Tltt. Ohio Mlliti-i Will he Anneil nilh
S.enre Vl.iisarlnf- Itlot un- rite Mui
drronn Oll.llitlrs of ll.e Vrw VV e.ipon.
Adjutant General Axhne is arranging to
distribute among the regiments of militia
in tlie state the two hundred and lift) Min
cer magazine riot guns. The weapon for
use at short range is the most destructive
firearm ever invented. It is a repeating
shotgun, constructed somewhat like the re
lieating ritle, the magazine holding six pa
per shells, which contain sixteen buckshot
each. Tlie gun is No. 12 bore, and the six
shells can be discharged b) an exK-rieneI
rson in three ecnd. The governor"
guard of Columbus, a (latling gun battery,
will be provided vvitli tvveiit-live of these
euti. and the Champion City guard of tin
city will also be supplied with at least
ten of the destructive weaiins. Some
idea of the terrible destructive powers of
tlie Columbus compaii) can be given in an
accurate statement of tlie number of shots
they can tire in one minute. The company
has two of the latest improved Catling guns
which fire 1.200 shots each per minute.
These two guns are manned by twelve men.
Tlie remaining twenty-live men will be
anneil with the repeating shotguns which
can readily be reloaded and discharged tw ice
m one minute. Hence tliee tvveutj-live
men can shoot -t,s00 buckl.ot per minute,
which by actual tet have piercevl an inch
loan! at a distance of li yard". This com
pany of thirt)-two men is capable of firing
4.M10 deadly missiles per minute and with
wonderful accuracy, for the (Jatlingguncan
be discharged with far greater precision than
the nvem -e soldier il.scharp Ms mm in fin
engagement. It is apparent that the mob!
which faces thi company mast either anm-
hilate them at once or meet with terrible
DOINC UP A DEPUTY.
Jnmes VV. Cuniiiiliif-s Neatly VVorkcsl llr
n Xontig Attorney With Confeiteru
AgiMHlouewa perpetrateii on James
XV. Cummings. the ever faithful ilcputv
clerk in Judge .Miller's probate court, th's
morning. Indeed James came near having
to be knocked down before he did hnall)
tumble. The junior member of a vve'l
knovvu legal firm had occasion to transact
some buine in that court this morning,
and in settlement handed over to the too
confiding deputy clerk a five-dollar bill,
which that official thrust into his pocket
and then proceeded to make the proper
change. The young attorney ther.-iiM.n
drew out a "tener" and asked to have it
substituted, but the official said lie could
not break so. large a bilL Then the
"junior member" had to plain!) draw
attention to the fact that he had Urn
guilty of paing a confederate live, aud
Mr. C. took- a second look which convinced
him he had been a vktim. (Mi rehearsing
the matter afterwards Mr. Cummings ald
the note looked worn, and on a lia-ty
glance passed muster a genuine, but it is
safe to say that "'rebel money " w ill nev er
again pas current in probate court. Mill it
is James's treat this time.
A DOUBLE BARRELED BUSINESS.
Harry Wailsworlli Arre.teil for Stealing
Coal fill Ilarrel.at Metlwuj.
Harry Wadsworth, a rag jieddler who re
sides at Harshmanville, was arreted b)
Omcer Wilon )etenlay afternoon about
three o'clock, on the charge of stealing two
coal oil barrels from K. K. Carr. at Med
way. It eems that Wadsworth was in
Medvvay on liusiness and after he had con
cluded that he .pnetly loaileii the two bar
rels belonging to Carr, into his wagon and
drove to this city with them. He sold them
to K. S. Yeazell in the (iraml Opera house
block. The itolice were notified by Mr.
Carr of the theft and at once began to
search for the barrels and thief. It wasnota
difficult matter to locate tlie stolen giHHlsand
the ofiicers learned from Mr. Yeazell from
whom he purchased them. Soon afterward
Oflicer Wilson arrested Wadsworth and
took him to iKihce headquarter. Chief
Walker telephone.! to Mr. Carrot the ar
rest and that gentleman requested the chief
to hold Wadsworth and he would pioceute
him. He was locked tip and tin momim,
an affidavit wa. filed against hun charging
him vvitli petit larceny.
Ke.nen.ber the r lolillng social
Given by the Ladies' Aid Society of Z. '
Harrtey Phillips Camp, S. of V., on Frida)
eveniiig, November It), at (J. A. It. hall.
All comrades of Mitchell Post, tho XV. IL
C, and all friends of the order cordially in-'
OI'EVEIl MO.MIAl, X0V. 13.
4n M 30 LIMESTONE ST.
lelerfiilJUirgains tn these goods.
New Mlk Handkerchiefs. New styles In
Linen Collars. Laihi-s' .-silk Mittens, Linen
Fra) Cloths and Scarfs, Fine Towels and
Napkins. New line Kid , loves: Centimeri
KiiltJIoves; (iloves mted to the hand.
Linen Scrim. Linen Canvas Scnm. India
Silks in Art "shades, pongee bilks.
N. 11. - special llargain Iuhes' Scarlet
Medicated Vests, at ?I. worth 'l.i:,: soft
and sight!) goots.
AT THE OPERA HOUSE
For Ladi3s, Gents and Chil
And Camel's Hair Garments.
Xovt open anil in stock. Cer
tainly the largest and best
line of I'mlerrvear we hare
PRICES VERY LOW.
!,)()() tlozan Ladies', Ganti'
and Children's mw Fall an 1
Now is thd time to purchase
while our stock i.s fu:l and
complete. 1,000 pairs F03
1 ter's celebrated
Xoveltie. in all Departments.
We have in this depirtineut
the finest display or Ladies',
Misses and Children's Garments
" lOiIUll ill tlltl City,
ine our Cloaks before purchasing.
wUilmaa's Hoine-m:dt best
in the nor'd.
USE "STRALEY BRAND"
Hast In the market far the miner,
a mixture of M lracnibi. Jit and
KIo. Sl'ICEhS.VEET PICKLES.
AND MIXED PICKLES.
QUAIL BT TOiuSffl
Also, a fall line of (Jime and
I'anltrf. Fre-hOjsters lUilr.
Fancy Fruits a Specialty.
S. J. STE? & CO.
18 EAST HIGH STREET.
TELEPHONE 43. Fre. IX-lircry.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Corner XVest Ulcli s. nn, I Walnut Alley.
B-nl- Ujok Vork and Lsal Blanks &
j.. .. ' SsWhBK