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SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC.
SPELNTGF1ELD, X MONDAY EYEXDs'G, XOVKMHKU 22 188G.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
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rhoUEi'Uiirjc-Voi x.KXii No.'jui f
L gilt rains
. tly cooler
Snaps for This Week
at the "When."
The ver best underwear
that's passed or passing
tnrougn our lianas lor me
money is rapidly departing at
One Dollar a garment. Be
sides being strongly made,
closely knitted, made with
warm chest protector and
double-seated drawers, it is
absolutely nonscratchable. A
halt of one minutes' duration
will decide whether you'll
make a dollar this way or
Scotch caps are in by the
thousand, and why we sell
them at 35c each, nobody but
ourselves and another know.
You shall have a thirty five
cent pick till the last cap nas
Five and six-fifty suits for
men are news again. Inex
pensive as the price maj
seem, they're no suits made
to cheat with.
There are equal catches in
OVerCOatS. A man Who WOUld . ere verj simpleand tasteful. I "" "t merrimuit in ins presence, wnen
, ..it. . Arrancements for seating those present ' he would join smpatheticall. in the gener-
lay OUt the least amount pOS-l,.reasfoi(ms The tirst t! m sj-ats on al laughter. Tmre were no offensive fea
sible tO obtain comfortable ivach side of the center aisle for meml'iers of '"""es of his infirmity, whatever, the out
blOie lO OUtaill t-,n,url-au'e' ie IamlIx am, t,,e ,, . (,111(, I Wanl effect being simpl complete re t.c
gOOd wearing top COatS, Owes I the pill bearers, on the left, were the presi- j eee.
hit: natrnmo-e here I ll''t and inenibers of the cabinet, ex-1'resi- '""-' " nla,l, tIie uctlnl of 5,llarl'
niS patronage Iiert.. ,i, n ,.i .,t ,i, . . ers whot.Kik advantage of his weakness
1'Or five dollars, a bouncing senatorial committee, house of representa-
wide-COllared "Storm King"j'"r J''tte.-. governor and staff, ma or
, and aldermen of New- or k. major and
Worth how much II )OU gUCSS ' aldermen of Huston. Ancient and Hoiiora-
iti niif-sTtnres: 5 Prnlnhlv eirrht We a"iI1'r5 "f ston. remblican central
in oui-storcs . i rooaotj cigai ...,. ,1H, 0n ,,, rht sM nf , ,.
Or nine dollars wouldn't bet-
. f .
ter the quality lor general
p-oodness If the weather re-
mams patient, you
I -4 V -fc
country will have a chance at
If you are in any way defi
cient in overcoat education, or
short in suit knowledge you'll
fare better at the When, where
equal buying rights are ex
tended to everbodv without
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Vf fnlrl nf hnx ;' CT rnL-tlfP
. ' . ,
pant SUltS Coming m Irom Our,
fictnre I hee rp here 311H1
lanurj. iiiej re nciv., mu
the Sale begins Monday mom-
- C ...-.., .,.. .,-,.,f nr m.
ing sn-jaittiv. .uiilo ui auui
T, . .,
Ihreatenmg - Weather gar -
mentS. fnim COatS. 52.;0 to S7.
with a between variety for
choice, equalling all the coats
you've seen in town besides.
Christmas buying has be
gun. Smoking jackets, silk
umbrellas, mufflers, twenty
five cents to five dollars.with a
little world of fancy styles be
tween. Fine scarlet lambs
wool half-hose, 35c. Camels
hair, 40c. Rich neckwear,
silk suspenders, silk and fine
linen handkerchiefs, night
robes and day shirts, each and
nil n-o K;r,rrr,;c rl.. Ur ...rrr, r
and placed under lock and
key in readiness for that
merry of all day, Christmas.
Springfield's Only One Price
Clothiers, 25 and 27 West
Jersey Sweet Potat.es,
rj R ? r5iIR! ODI CC
DJtL.iJ?? t.V I t 1-l-UlI':
HULK VM CAN,
The Fhest in the City.
NO. 13 EAST HIGH STREET.
DR. J. C. OLDHAM,
0PERAT1TE DENTISTRY A
No, SMi E. Main Street.
J. 1 RIFER
THE ARTHUR FUNERAL.
rnends and Political Associates from All
Parts of the Oonntry Come Together
to Pay their List Bespccts.
Irnt'i of lion. Cliarle- Kmtirlft .1aih,
no.' 'Inppeninc- "f Interfst to tlie
lv .pie from die Four (or
nee of the Hnrtli.
By the xssisr -ed Press
Niw loi Nov. S2. Large ami re
spectful crowd "athensl In the ieinitj of
the residence ot ''ip late ex-I'iv-ident Ar
thur tlm mornii. President Cleveland
and rostma-ter "eral Vilas, (iove-ruor
II1I1. Judge Millei s J the senate comiiut-tes-aimed
and entei ' the house There-
was no service at I e house. I he few
friends present looked pm the fare of the
ileail earlv in the inoiii
i C. and the easkt 1
nine. At l. Mllbe
waselosed for the la-t
eisktt.i-oxensl with paIiiietole-es. spnis!"ifailv a ds-ade there his been a Kraduili
of Unlet and a wreath of white roses. ws ''"-a of his mental mil ph steal Isiweis.
liorne fnim the room and placed n, the , '"'l the list spark of it.il lire faded awaj
I'linre wnsiinmlltlfin iniwte or T,r.w..
sion. but the famili and other mourners
tmik carriaees and pa
ed to the church
ill the carriages
nioiii; the persons
nesides tmse aireadj nauieil. were
Secretaries Hayard. Whltnej and I.iniir,
e-Iostmaster General (Iresham. e-s-eere-tiries
Lincoln and Chandler, ev ssistant
Tostmaster General llatton, e-Attorne
General Hrewster. Lieutenant-General fcher-
idan. l)r Cornelius It Aenew, Cornelius
N HIiss, IJobertG. Dun. Genera! George 11.
MiarH. Chas. Tilfanj Cornelius Vanderhilt,
Chief Justice Waite and Justice Harlan,
ami Hlackford: Senators Edmunds, Sher-
msn Iji-nn Kenrfs llnwli Morrill
Vest, mid (.orniaii f.eneral Stone nml f.oi. I
emorlllll. The exterior of the church wasieeept, K-rhaps, hiswne li toneot cus
elalxirately decorated. A craiKM-ou-red ''" apparentl. he would respond to the
national flag wa.s hung in artistic folds oer i grwtiiigs whu.li were addresse.1 to him. but
the door, caueht up b rosettes and a small ""' relap-e again into mtniitation. Noth
hrass kiitIh. Tliednsimtionsnf the interior nig aroused him except an occasional out-
teraislcwere the friends of the famil and
diplomatic corps. On the right side of the
Hfj at, were seated army and
a representatives, the rector.
ens and vestn and
Mlo nun H.tr nnit nnrnt,ntitrftia i.
On the left side of the right aisle were rer
.. .. .
the l nion Ix-airue club.
commerce, stock exchange.
Iival leeion. cotton exchange, produce ex-
hanee anil Maritime association. The last
row of pews 011 the north and south sides
of the church were hi led with friends and
those who received invitations but did not
... ...... :.
, , iJ V.VrCV xr nssoca-
tion Ilev. Tarker Morgan, pastor of the
church: Itev. F. W. llabuick, abstain mm-
ist.r: Kev. I)r ItainfonL rector SL Georce's i
"hu.rrli: Kev. Dr. 1-eonard, rector St. John's
cimrcu, Hasniiigion; i:ev. jucKay Mnith.
7 V . . .-o--.-. ----- V. J
- u iiicmwcmiicn: nev. ur. lininpiirejs
protectorate of the Cathedral Iiicarnite.
-it, n ,.r.w.... ...i t..i ........
..m...v.v.... ...,,pi, "iii nuu Li.in iibi, in
the Kpiscoial services.
nen me iuuirai services emleit llie,""" ", ..-j ... ..uim ,mi
tnlls ,TileeI i,y companies into column, I ? "lt0 11' cl'uitli and were forcel to
followed b thes-ulors and marines, and, 'eave, as it vvas raining hard. After the
.1 ,.... 1. 1. .... . .. . . 1 f .uniiiiii Mr llivi. i. iiuiImI t IIim iml.
passi slow ij lietween the loi
iini sum 11 iieiween me long ones 01 M-1
hcethrougii Fiirty-hfth street t Vanderbiit
avenue to the denot. and at in nVIm 1. ilie
itrainslowly pulled out and the tourne to
I Ai,anv wascommt,llcHi
. Al ,1KN,V- V V.. Nov.2i Train lieanng
tin remains of ex-I'resident rthur reached '
Albaii at 1 .'.! this afteniiHin. Heliums
were at once taken to I Jural ceineter,
where the were followed b Common 1
council in body. Grant club and other dele-'
THE CHICACO ANARCHISTS.
'lot to I)etrj
Chicago, Nov. 2J. A local German ia- '
per asserts in lt issue of yesterday that the I
anarchists of this city have renewed their
agitation, and that calls for meetings of the
"groups are openly circulated. "Monday
evening." the artule sas, "in the hall on
Clabouni avenue a meeting of the North i
hide group of the International Working i
I'eoples association was held, at winch
various plans were discussed. -Some of
the I-et-ons pn-ent thought that on a
torni nicht with a few pounds of dvna-
mite the watertower could be blown up and
tires started at M)uie dozen differeut places
The water-works destroyed, the tire depart
ment could have no water, half the city
would go up in a blaze, and in theconfiisiwi
thus caused, the reorganized groups of the
Iahr und Wehr vereln could easily capture
the cit "
I'oliee Captain Schaack say she has no
fear of an thing liappening at present,
and his men are keepinc a close watch on
the "groups.'- He could" not tell what he
vvas going to do in this particular civ,
not having any authentic infortatiou
yet aim 11 ue nan tie urn not think 11 j
best to make his intentions public 111 ad-
Colored Uepuliltnn Ullirlat liot Iloun in
lltn Iloorway Shod After 1IU Klisitloii to
Xiu. ()., Nov. 2i Kev. Graham, who
is pastor ot the African 31. E. clmrch, of
this cit, has received word of the assassin-
I at ion of his sou, John, one of the board of
j magistrate-, of Shelby count, Tenn ,
I eletted as a republican, and having jet two
vears to serve. This son, so cruell taken
aa, was ver industrious, and seemed to
njo the respect of the entire comuiunit
! win re he livtd. He had gone out of doors,
I att r night, for an armful of wood, his w ife
I holding a lamp at the door, when some
. coward 111 waiting fired ami killed hun
1 uiv the shot w.is supposed to have been
fireilb some democrat who was enraged at
1 1 tue iirm Manu me ueceasfti aivvas hhjk 111
mir jif tliu rnmiliUpiti ti4Hi iml itw tiunc.
iit ii !. ii.'ii'iicuii ui 1 j atiii) -- llllUT-
I tut", Miuir inr ttciiiucidLS in fcTiinu t'oumj
i.iiin me a-.a.vm wa some panj uno iiaa
btn punishet bj theboaadof which Gra
ham was a member.
Tlie Iik VV re U.
CmrAf.o. Nov 2i. The Inter Ck-ean'n
Frankfort (Mich isivetial fjs The shore
was crowded toda with a force of men en
gaged in overhauling wreckage in search of
bodies from the recent wreck. Thus far
onlv one has been found, supposed to be
Win. Connors, of feand Heach. leaving thir
teen et to be reCov t red. The survivor
Charles Annis, insists that he saw a small
steam barge founder.
The tug Ilawson hs been cruising over
the ground with grappling hooks but found
nothing to venf it. A mast that does not
oelong to the lost vessel is floating here, at
tached to wire rigging, and looks like that
of a steam barge. Fears are express,il that
t ma lie the steam barge Hattie H. 1'erue.
of South Haven hhe answers the descrip
tion given b Annis, and has not been heard
of s'ni e the .-torni. The Perue carried a
rew of twelve men, and was under the
nmand of tier owner, Captain John IV-
V Montana IIIchwajinanMnrreil tolleiih.
Cine .o. Nov. 22. The Tunc't Fort
Keogh. M011L, special ss: Last Tuesda)
the remains of Jim hvran, alias Jack She
pard. the prince of N'orthwesteni highwa
nieii, were found among the Dig Hoin
mountains. He escaped from the sheriff
sometime ago while handcuffed, and was
never caught afterward. He died from
starvation, as his manacled condition pre
vented him ftoui procuring food. A knife
and revolver, with the chambers empty,
weM found beside him.
CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS.
Tlie lle.ulof One .,r llir lnmiiuf I"iib-
l:ml 1 niiiillts l'n uhj.
Ho-iox. No 22 The Hon Charles
vra. x r ,i,.-i ts.tn.i . v,v
.... .! ... .'...' 1 w. 11.1 1.-.1
ici.iny 41 iih ii-iunnr 111 inn uij. - "..v.
siifieresl for some live year- troni brain
trouble, arwin; from oier-taxini; his hialn
in the lit, rar work upon which he was en
gag.sl. lie wasthcth.rd s.,n..f John Qii.ncy
........ ....1.. .......... i iw v,.i,si 111
V.'s wife, who survives him. wis the
.laughter of the late lVter C. Hn-oks. of
Medford. Ihey were n. irr.e.1 fifty-eight
. . . .
ears ago. ...! have had me sons ami two
daughter- Two dusl Those living an-
the lion John (uiiicv. the Hon. Charles
Kramis. llenr llr.Miks .ui.l M.irj . the Iat-
lirthe witeotDr t'liimv. of Dtslhaiu
I he funeral w id lake place on 1 iiesilaj
afternoon, from the Coiigicgation.il church
Mr Adams death will bo a matter ot no
1 "rl'n"" "' a" ""' """ R"1" "" '"-""j
!' the last few jears of his life. For
so gninuaiix iiiai uie co uie iiom uaj 10
lll.ls not lit rrelltltlle. 11 IS 11111 tell
Jc.us. mine opinion 01
meuiber of Mr
Atlani s tamilj. sime me waiiinc 01 nis
I luuital and phxs.cal powers lirstmanifestisl
itself. The brt ikmg down of his intellect
was somt what more rapid th m the gradual
increase of ph steal feebleness, but for a
loiu tune onlt those lntituatel) ass-iated
with the enerable statesman were able to
detect the sMiiptoins of mental weakness
Indeed, until the erj last Mr. Adams was
a timet, dignihed geutletn m, who sutiph
took no interi-st in whit was
gonn: on ab,iut hun His in
tellectual collapse, however, was
so complete that for fullj two ears lie had
betll Unable to idelltlfj all of Ills f.uilll
four ears aco, Mr. Adams had alwajs lieeii
i accoiiiianitsl b an attendant. He had
been at no time confined loins bed or rooms,
but had taken gentle outdoor exercise and
often enjoyed a ride in the citv or at (Juin
c. He was last out of doors about ten
, daj ago, w hen he came, acconling to his
' custo'ii, from his liome in (juinc. to (lis
winter residence in ISoston. No apprehen-
vvanl-,s""lof " immediate death was felt until
AttfiHl tho l)Mli atlon tr n Cliurrh Ituilt
I on llipsit f IIU Itirlh.
Lot i- ii li-, K Nov. J2. Yeterdaj
it Piiril.ni itn tin If (14 lutttuTi I 'iiTis.t Ian
r .rv - ""r; r ..
anil KHiii couiuies, i , mere was msncaieu
.erected on the Mteofthe
, , , ,,
Imllding where Jeffirson Davis was born,
The ground was purchaseil and civtn bv a
part of gentlemen
to Mr. Davis, who in
luni ,,.,. ,t for the location of a church.
luillgaveil lor me locaiion 01 a
, nP strLi.,,! f v..ht.n.. .w,..i
the dedication sernion. ami Jelltrson
(Davis was prusent and there was an lui-
-v'"" " '" ' '- -" "- i'"1
pii, auu (iciiL tTiiii r;e aou Mipponcu to
the stand, lie made a tew appropriate re-
1 'atk closing as follows: -Ma He who
(rules in heaven blevs individual! and
eollectivelv this whole coinmuuitv, and
may His benediction rest on this li'iue
fonvtr. Mine than this it would lie
improper for me to sa." Mr. Davis
then presented the church a service of
solid silver. The t lunch is a handsome
brick struclure costing about 510,000. A I
ttnel iKiIishtsl slab of violet lined Tennes
see marble set on the wall of the vestibule j
opposite the memorial window, has this in-
j m riptlon in Unman capital: "Jefferson
I Davis, of Mississippi, was bom June 3. I
iso-,. on the plat of this church. He made i
a gut of this lot March 10, lssfl. to llethel ,
' baptist htireh as a thank offering to the
' l?X " A'u'r tlltoll"r, """' '" ef"l1
.adjourned to a magiilhceut dinner in a
I building near at hand,
SEARCHINC THE SHORE
Fortlie Kemnln of the lcttn14 of the
CiliriGo. Nov. 22. The Initcr Ocenn's
Frankfort, Mich , special M)s- The shore
was crowded tod.i with a force of men en
gaged m overhauling wreckage in search of
bodies from the recent wreck. Thus far
only one has been found, supposed to be
William Connors, of baud Ileacli, leaving
thirteen yet to be rccoured. The survivor
diaries Annis. insists that he saw a small
steam barge founder The tug Haw son
has lieeii cruising over the ground with
grappling hooks, but found nothing. A
mast that does not belong to the lost vessel
Is float hut here attached tothewire rigging.
and looks like that of a steam bare. Fears
are expiessed that it may be the steam
tiarge Hattie 11 l'erene of South Haven
bhe answers the distnption Kivenby Annis
and lias not been heart! from !ii.v the
storm. The Peiene carriwl a crew of 12
inn and was under command of her owner.
THE DEAD EX-PRESIDENT.
Woulil He Hnve Hern 11 Cnniliilnte Two
t .ir. Ilrnre?
Vsuim,to, Nov. 22. "Had ex-1'resi-dent
Arthur lived his name would undout
edly have come before the next republican
national convention if his phsical condi
tion wa such as to have permitted a can
vass, 'said a New Yorker this morning
"There would liave been tiie same friends
to the front again that were for hun at
Chienzo in tss4 General Arthur's friend-
shiji was pemtratiii; He wouldn't desert
a friend, and those who liked him wire of
the same sort of metal. He vvas one of the
most companionable men I ever saw, and
111111 of those who were for his nomination
111 lsst were his supporters through person
al as well as ikiImic.i1 reasons. Yes, sir.
Gemral Arthur's name would have been be
fore the convention two ears heme
sure! if his health had mproved and he had
A Hurst-Tiller anil Murderer tlu-tnleil tij
At til Itijt I l.tji I . N. M.. Nov. '22.
Charles Koss, one of the horse thieves who
killed Glhctr Henr and mortally wonnclisl
Marshal Mrt.uire saturda night, was cul
tured pi a Mexican dance hall estirda
morning with a built t hole through the
should) r When it lic.-anie known that
Uuss had been arrested, sevitnl hundred ex
cited men ass, mbled and wanted to take
the piison-r and Ivndi hun. With great
difficult Koss was placed ill jail, where he
is now guarded h the sheriffs poss,.t. and n
company of militia. It is rumored that
vigilant. - are organizing and trouble is au
di ipttid Kid Johnson, Iloss'sai-ioniplue,
has not t lxs 11 heard Irom.
notIirr Itli77iiril Cnmiti:?.
Clin ti o Nov 22 The signal senile
bun j'i states another great storm is brewing
and iireilii ts that by the middle of the week
1 gat of wind, ram and snow accompanied
by fji haps a zero fall In temperature will
arrivfrom the wist. A storm is raging in
Ci-iilb.1 Ntbriska today and traveling east
vvan'l with railroad speed.
Tlint PHrking House.
Cm xt.o, Nov. 22. The Chicago sk iety
of soeialistsyt'sterday dcclateil the proposed
establishment in this cit of a co-operative
packing and provision company impractica
ble and doomed to failure.
lllit Orlinl of llu.lne.. Trnniirte.l In the
I'ourt of ( ommoii I'lena tills Morn
lexlay was motion nay in conn 01 om
111011 nleas. ami a large Ktist of business
was di-jsised of, of whieh the following is a
Thomas W allace vs. W ardcr. Ilushnell A
CN'ssiier. on motion of defendants to re-
mure the plaintiff to mike his petition more
t erlain. Motion su-ttaimil. I ho deft ml-
a,ll '"' l thejwt localise certain
avermentsof plaintitTs petition to bestr.ek-
en on .Hvose ,,,, ,,,-.e ........is..,.,-
law The nla ntitT. In his conn-el. excepted
,,,,,;,, '. ,,mrt alllI took ten
,i.n, to amend
Malcolm II Patterson vs Klijih H. Cof-
,, (l1 ,i,.mnrr, r. sustained, and leave was
taken by plaintiffs eouusel totile aiiamiid
wl p,.tltion within -ill days
. j(lln i( vdams s Colain Adams, on
I motion to make lN-titiou more dehnite and
..,,. Motion sustained.
A II (.illett s. John w . Mepneiison,
' ,i1.I1IIT1.r: . ermleil.
Jo,la, x. Miller s. .John Dimkle, et al ,
,, ,tirn.ri n,l and third grounds of
j,.mirer sustaimsl, and tirst ground oier-
I.. Hums A Co. vs.
I'laintill asked leave to plead
In ten dsjs.
Anson Kerree vs. Clark Funston. Pl.iiii
tiff, b his i omisel, askisl that the defend
ant bo recuiired to answer In 20 das.
Charles.!. McCalTrev v s. Conrad Spang-
Fame v. O'N'cil. Continued by agree
ment until Jauuirv tenn
John H Illose vs. Win Diehl. Passed
(t. Voliirj Dorse . Mixires. Motion
to revive the action on application of the
defendant's attorney to be allowed to fur
nish amended petition. Court reserved its
Win Teegarden v s. A O Gardner. Mo
tion to ipiash service of summons, sustained
on application and it appearing that all
the athdavits on hie had not been shown to
court, division recalled. Held for consid
eration. Jerome Fassler s 1" C A St. L. It 11.
Co . on demurrer. Allowed to go over to
next motion dav.
George Tnetsch vs. James I'. Goodwin et
al. on demurrer. Submitted.
John Speiu v s. Cothnetal. Leave taken
C. Aultmau A. Co. vs. I Whitridge: on
M. .. Miller vs. John Dunkle et al.: on
demurrer. Second and third ground of de
murrer sustained, and hrst ground ovtr
ruled. tnlllllC of the Ilorkrt.
Charles Meiss ,1. Co. vs. George lftSmer.
Coiitinueil b agreeiueiiL
Kldridge Harris vs George Homer. Con
tinticd b agreement.
Harr 1 Lavv5 vs. George Horner. Con
tinued bv agreement.
Iiarbara HutTmaii et al. vs. Hcnr Sn
der 1 1 al. Vacated
T'and "s. Collins vs Shower ,V Lovvry.
Continued on application and affidavits of
defendants and at their costs
John t. Klsler vs .d I.eiTel. In process
wriivrsiiAi, ov em iifr 24.
Abigail Wilson vs. Andrew l'helan. For
William Weightman vs. A. G. Dooley et
al. For hearing
John H. Warle vs. Thomas Haley. For
Springfield Casket and Furniture Co. vs.
The American Manufacturing Co. For
John IL Lovvry. Jr., vs. TandvS. Col
lins For hearing.
Chas W. Houcke et al. vs. Onslow 11.
Todd. For hearing.
Mar Kohns vs. George IL Stickford.
Continued on defend nit's application.
TIIlKsIllV, om. vim-it 25.
Carver A. Son vs. Cyrus Low man et al.
Henry sndervs K. O. Kershner et al.
Iteassignetl for Mondav.
Kate Car vs. John Car. Reassigned
George Simpson A Co. vs. F. M. Hagan.
Charles Stout vs. David 1'etticrew. Ke
assigned for Judge 'aniock.
Charles McFarlaml vs. Ella McFarland.
Keassigntsl for Monda , November 2U.
U Hums A Co vs. J. c. Walker.
State e rel. Gertie McLetsI vs. Harry
Hidenour. For hearing.
HriKiks A Weller vs. George Horner.
George Otstot vs. J. M. Donnell. Va
cated. F-agle Mutual Fire Insurance Co. vs. Fred
A. I.ewisetal. Forbearing.
Micliael Lelfei vs. James T. Garlouh.
William Entler vs. Emma Entler. For
Tom Quinti was arrested this morning bv
Oflicer WiNon on the charge of beating and
otherwise abusing his mother and sisters
who reside on Lagonda avenue. Ofllcor
Wilson sas that Quiiin has been in the hab
it of abusing in a shameful and cruel man
ner his mother, and lie proposes to see
whether the habit cannot be biokeu up
sixty days on a stone pilewouldhave a len
ilenc to tame the oiing man's spirits, and
the inaor ought to give s-cnil attention to
( lilrkrn Till trs.
Adolph Munz, residing at No. 59 Lagon
da avenue, was made the victim of chicken
thieves on Saturday night. The broke
open his coop and took therefrom six of the
liest fowls the could Hv their hands on,
but failed to leave their cuds. Mr. Muuz
hopes the will be more imlite the next
time the call.
A DOUBLE TRACEDY.
Mrs. l.niina s,nlti stint i.hiI ,j a Man
VV ho Kill, llinmrir.
Cmcci.o, Nov. 22, A revolting double
tragedy occurred in a ti nement-house on
north siland avenue yestenlay afternoon.
Mrs. Emma Smith, 19 years old, and only
recently married, vvas shot dead by Charles
Gregor, a dissipated bartender, whose ad
vances she ntused. Gregor committed sui
cide a moment after his v ictim brcated her
last The woman bore a good charaiter
For more than an hour afterward the
scene in the room was a fearful one. The
agtsl mother and father of the dead girl
had rushed in, ami becoming almost crazed
refused to be led out of the fatal apart
Hns II. ill Mntlrn.
Cincinnati, Nov. 22. The American
Base Hall Association is holding a special
meeting here toda to take some
action upon the witliclraw.il of the Pitts
burg club from the association. There are
representative from Louisville, Haltimore,
Philadelphia. I5rookln. .New York. St
Louis and Cincinnati, with President
Wikolf in the chair. Messrs K V. Mtiigtis
and David Koweare here from Kansas Cit,
P. J. Walsh ami Wm. liromwcll. from
Cleveland, and Mr. Watkuis, from Dettoit.
From these three iniints it if expected the
assiHiatioii will choose a successor to the
Pittsbuigclub. The session is held with
r ep irliic to l-iclil the rnjncrnsc.
W vsinxenox, Nov. 32 It is announced
lieretliatC.il Oliver II Payne will be the
gnist of Sirctary Whitney the coming
winter. Tins will at least double the work
ing foue for preventing the senate from
taking up the Payne case for investigation.
The lllptitlirrlii Kplilemlr.
Iskpemino, Mich., Nov. 22. On account
of the diphtheria epidemic all dances and
public meetings have been prohibited. The
schools hav e been closed and no sen Ices
were held In the churches totlay by order of
the board of health.
Two Largo Barns Destroyed Six Pine
Horses Perish in the
An Kxlle'n I p rlence In Slberln A Ctl-
oreil Koitiiuire Drutlt of Mn. K.
11. Itirne llri(.lit, Crisp
I im-hI Nf Hs
Two iiicemliar fires occurred on the
Clifton pike Saturea niht. Two barns
were burned down mil the terrible aggre
gate of six horses pt rished in the llmies.
Particulars which have reached the cit are
A barn on the phi e of James Hatfield,
ivvo lilies nort ot turtoii, vvas
the first to Ik' consumed It was
an old frame structure and burned
with imoiueivable rapidit. A valuable
horse iierished in the flames. All efforts
to rescue it being unavailing. Considerable
hay. ftril, and a numlier of fanning uten
sils were also consumed. There w.is a lit
tle insurance, but not enough to cover the
The birn on a place ow tied by the late
pionetr, Henr Gram, whose funeial oc
curred onl yesterday, was also destroyed.
The place was oci upied by a tenant named
William Dolan. It is lis ateil about three
miles south of the city. Five hoiseswere
burned to dt ath, and their cries of agony
were almost human. The horses belonged
to Dolan. who carried no insurance. A
large quantity of gram ami some farming
machinery was burnt up.
mis nre was also unquestionably of in
ie niliary origin, and the two blazes hive
caused great excitement in the neighbor
hood Firebugs aie evidently abroad, and
if they are caught it will go unhealthy with
A SHINING iVTARK.
llrntli nt Itlmitii. (rorciii, of Mrs. 1-1.
wnnl II. lLirnes, I-nmirrl- )I1m sirah
Spencer, nf IliU City.
Friday's city piiers mentioned the critical
illness at Atlanta, Georgia, of Mrs. Edward
II ISirnes, (nee MissSirahSp"iieer), form
erly of this city. Saturday it vvas announced
tint Dr. John 11 UixL'ers. of this city, had
been called to Atlanta to administer what
aid his skill in iIe possible. List evening
cauie a telegram 111 ikmg the sad and terri
ble announcement of her death,
which oi-curred at a few min
utes liefore nine o'clock Sumlav
morning. Death was the result of Inflam
matory rheumatism, ic-sultiug finally in
complications which fatally affected the
Thenevvsof Mrs. E. Hinies's death is a
profound shock to the lady's friends and
relatives In this city. Miss Sarah Spencer
was one ot Springfield most attractive
and accomplished w omen blessed with pro
nounced beaut, amiability and inentil at
tainments. She vvas a great society favor
ite and much sought after and admired.
Three yeaisago she vv.es married to Ed
ward II Itarnej, of this city, who was
prominently connected vv ith the Champion
Infrests. They remov ed to Minneapolis,
thence to Hlnton, W. Va.. and ultimately
to Atlanta, Gi , which city they had made
their permanent home, and where Mr.
Karnes had a high position as superintend
ent of a railway. A little boy, Siencer,
aged nearly two y ea-s-, surv Ives to mourn
his mother's loss.
Mrs. Ilanies belonged to one of the oldest
and most honored families of Springfield.
She was tins daughter of the late KIchard S.
Spencer, who dicsl some years ago. and
who vvas a prominent citlen and capitalist
of this city She wasa sistcrof .Mrs. Chas.
Ludlow, wife of the well-known druggist,
and of Mrs. W. N Janvnr, formerly of
Springfield, now of Boston. Miss. She was
a niece of Mrs. W. M. Fisher, of this city,
theiuothir of the deceased being a Miss
Ellen Harntt. sister of Mrs. Fisher, and of
the late .Mrs. Ornisbee. Mrs. Barnes
vvas also related to Mrs. len 1.1111111 War-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludlow, of this
city, and Mrs Janvier, were at her bedside
when she died, together with her old friend
and physician. Dr. John Kodgers.
I he body will be brought to Springfield
for interment, but at this writing no partic
ulars of the funeral can' be given. Ar
rangements are 11.1t completed.
BOY BADLY CUT.
,J-Dtenrr Mm.- II11-V 1. 1 1 111 of n Similar
in. limmiK e -William ll(,le Cliurnl
w 1th the Assault.
Last evening a row occurred in the lobby
of Anzlnger's hall, on west Main street.
during the progress of which a boy named
Joe Dieiiervvas stnick on the head and
badly hurt. The blow vvas evidently in
flicted with some sharp instrument, as it
cut a gash on the top of Diener's head two
and a half inches long and laid the scalp
open to the skull.
The bov's head, f.ne and neck were
covered with blood in a few seconds, and
he presented a horrible sight.
The injured boy was taken across the
street to IK McLaughlin's ofhee and that
physician sewed up the wound. Ho was.j
then taken home, but is not able to be out
today. The lad asserts that he was
struck by William Kiddle, but ltiddle
ueiues uie allegation and says
that young An-mser stnick the boy. The
nutter will lie settled in the police court,
as Mrs. Dicner went liefore the mayor this
afternoon and hle-d an affidavit agmist Bid
die, charging him with the assault. A row
hid been in progress in tlie hallway some
time before Diener was struck, and he was
made the victim, although not connected
with the disturb nice.
Ciinini rs V erelie t.
Coroner Bennett tins morning rendereil
his verdict in the e-ase of Jerry Huekeivs,
the old inebriate who was found dead last
Friday morning. It completely exhonor
ates, as was ex-m-tnl. the attaches and
ottieers of the Infirmary from any blame.
It nads as follows.
I do find that the deceased came to his
death by gradual alcoholic poisoning, ex
liosiire and other infirmities. I also hnd
that said alcohol!. mison was administered
by deceased'-own hand, but not with sui
cidal intent. No bl line attaches to any of
theomeiTs or employ es of the Infirmary.
J. M. Bi xxh 1 r. Coroner.
A -hoe Mnn In H ml Lines.
Chief Walker received tin, morning a
letter from Mr. MtCoughran, theshoeagent
troni whom $175 worth of samples were
stolen two weeks or more ago. Informing
hun that the tinu for which he was travel
ing compelled him tn pay for the samples
and refused to take them" back in their dam
aged condition after they had been re
ceivereil. The firm gives Mr. Mct.oughran
hard lines. fr it is scarcely just that he lie
obliged to stand all the loss. The shoes
that we're rnoveml will be cleaned and
forwarded to Mr. Mc'Joiigliran. who will
endeavor to realize something out of them.
Aliout 1 o'clock this afternoon, as a gen
tleman w is driving past Dr. Kiis-eir- oflice,
he struck his horse with the whip. This
frightened Dr. Knsscir- hor-e, which was
standing 111 front of the ollue. and he made
a lively dash for the stable. The buggy
was overturned as the hor-e ran down the
t.ramt qera house alley and dauiaged pretty
badly. The horse wa- uninjured.
Unit 11) Married.
La-t evening at 0 o'clock Wesley Dietz
and Miss Jeunin Steelman were married at
the residence of tlie bru'e No. 12.5 north
ILice street, the Itev. Henry Tuckley per
forming the ceremony In a beautiful and
impressive manner. Both of the contract
ing parties are residents of this city and
have a large circle of friends one and all of
whom wish them Joy and prosperity.
AT TEMPERANCE HALL.
I'Tiiinnrnt eirgrmilr itlon of the Hnnd of
llojie liiinil VIr, lilies ett-rliiy The y.
XV. C. T. t .
T he grand work of bringing the 1 hlldreii
of Springfield into tlie Baud of Hope still
grows apace at Temperance hall. Five
hundred and thirty signers have now lieen
se-curesl to the triple pledge of the band
against drinking, using tobai 10 and swear
ing. I hnr far the organization has b en
1111 rely teniiorary in its iharaeter. it being
the idea of Mr. oiing. who has had charge
of the ine'etiiigs, to find some lady to act in
that eipacity pennaneiitly Hut this gen
tleman has himself shown such a tss uliar
adaptation to tins work that he was unani
mously selected is periiiment superinti'ml
entby the committee to whom the matter
The following are the olhcers elwteil
and reportesl yesterday
I' II. Young. Superintendent:
A. I. Slager. Ast Superintendent:
C. W Collier, Secretary ,
Calvin Clemens and George Wilson, Ast '
Mrs F M. Kissel!. Organist:
Mrs A B Speilnnn. leeder of Choir
Masters rthur Funk and Thomas Nel
The pruii ipal time of the meeting yester
day was taken up in arranging the children
in classes under teai hers, and next Sunday
a list of the teachers will be announced.
Forty-three signed the pledge. There were
no other exercises exct'pt singing, and that
feature is worthy of a word of commenda
tion, as the choir of littl- folks has been '
miking marked progress under the direc
tion of the ladies in charge, and do some
very nice singing The violinists, who are
excellent musicians for ones so young, and
greatly to the efficiency of the 1 hoir. '
The chief interest of the children now
centers In their entertainment to be given
at the hall nn Tlntiksgumg night. There
will be recitations, dialogues, singing, etc.,
ami something above the av erage is prom
ised. T hen the children are gathering up
the nickels and dimes and quarters and
halves, gived them bv their friends, which
will he brought there tint night a free-will
off eriug towards paying the hall debt and
buying a peniianent interest in the building
f..,. tliu ltn.,.1 nf tf...... t a..... .. .11 I... ...1
ized from this source that vv ill astonish the !
.,,1., ti.. , , f.
erybo.lv (who can secure seats), but it
might b well to have little snare chance I
111 the pocket 111 case a collet tion should be
Thet.ospe! temperance meeting following
was also largely attended Kev. J II
ItobtrLs read a portion of the thirteenth
chapter of Matthew as a scripture lesson.
and Kev. Dr. Sumiuerbell offered up a brief, I
IL S. Thompson, s W Martin and B. F.
Fairchlld were the speakers, in addition to
the leader, and their remarks were all to
the point, entertamg and interesting.
Among tlie eighteen signers during the 1
meeting, over two-thirds were young men. j
winch is only o repetitum of eath Sunday's '
Hereafter each meeting will commence
one-half hour earlier, the Band of Hope at ,
o'clock and the (.ospel temjivrance meet-1
Ins at ". o'clock Next unilay the meeting
wm oeumier the direction of the W. C. T.
I" , and Mrs. J. B. Wertz. the president,
will lead. Mother Stewart will give an ac
count of the ret-ent meeting of the National
W. C. T. V . and a paper by Miss Ida Ar-boga-st.
of the "Y," em "The amis of the
society," will lie read.
The Young Woman's Christian Temper
ance union had a very interesting meeting
Saturday afternoon in the W. C. T. U.
room. Miss Iamtse Smith, .the president,
presided. MKs Arbogast's p.ier, men
tioned above, was read by Miss Hattie
Schaeff er. This w as a very excellent pro
duction, and when the young ladies deter
mined to accept the kind mv itation of the
W C. T. V. to take part in next Sunday's
meeting, they very properly fixed on this
pipur as their part of the progrimine. Miss
Kate Collier recited Tonrhouse man." and
"Only Sixteen" vvas rtvited bv another
member. Miss I,ong of the (J i kson lO )
"Y.," was an inten-steil visitor The sec
retary. Dr. Jessie F Thompson, read avery
nice letter from Miss Jessie Morgan, the
state superinti udent of the "Y." It Is ex
pected, by the vvav. to give a "public"
shortly after the holidays, at which this
lady will be pr sent and deliver an address.
It was decided n it to hold a public evening
meeting before the holidays. The next
meeting was fixed for the second Saturday
of December, owing to the hizaar com
mencing on tlie third Saturday.
An Ail.lrrs. to Those v 1,., i)e,ire to Con. ,
iriiMne.irmn-s. death. So far as the cruelties practiced
SrciMinmi. O., Nov. 22, l-i. 1 were concerned, men and women were
Friends of Temperance I treated alike. His description of the prison
There- is a debt of about S700 on Temper-1 &5X
ance hall. ith a view to raising funds to was .lramatic and heart-rending,
meet tills, it h us been decided to hold a ba-! Prof. Bachrach de-scribed the country' as
zaar during tlie holiday-. A meeting to being very rich and fertile In -ome-ectioiis
arrange matters was held la-t Thursday, at i ?ml eapible of producing almost anything.
, , . ..j- , , 1 but there is no outlet for the products, and
which tune a committee for each ward was le ,HH)1,1(. bareIj eke out an tence. In
appointed. 1 the extreme northern ixirtlon they have but
All the temperance ladies of each ward twenty-one elays of sunshine each month,
were appointee! a soliciting committee for j the balance of each month being night. The
the same. The-e committees will meet ' natives live by hunting and fi-hing. and
Tue-elay. November ii, at t p m.. as fol-1 once ev eo year they attend an annual mar
low s: Second, at Mrs. A B Spiehuan's, !et, where the Itiisslaiis buy their furs for
171 we-st North street Third, at Mrs. D. a -ong. thus taking every advantage imssi
M. Breen's. l'l west Mulberry street- Fifth. I Me
at Mother Stewart'-. 'U south Yellow 1 The lecture was too long and comprehen-
Spriug- street, "sixth, at Mr-. . W. (Mate. 1
V! south Limestone stns-t: Seventh, at 1
Mrs. B F Fairchild's. 11 Scott street. I
Kighth, at Mrs. F. Danforth'-, Iigoiidi
avenue: Ninth, it xirs. 11. . Stitt'-. 62
north Yellow Springs street, at which
time arrangements w ill be nude for a thor
ough canvas- of vour ward
The Bazaar vv ill tie opened Saturday morn
ing, December lsfh. one wee'k before
Christmas. Commencing on the following
.Monday evening. lies ember 20th. suppers
will be given 111 the VV. C. T. I.
the hall every evening. It Ls hoped that
the 1q.1i, i ,tf i4ili ,ir.l tv.ll l.u.L n ftui tli.,
supper one night. In several
havealready agreed to do so.
In -oliciting the coiiimitte'es will accept
anything that Ins mirket value: Money,
edibles fancy work Ac. .v.c. The article-
neei not be gathere.1 up by the committee-,
but in each case a full memorandum should
be nnde of the fr.ii.ir. phi.e of roiduicc
and the thtwj ,hmaloU
Lvery merchant, manufacturer and fam-
dies 111 fair circumstance-, should be
a-ked I ,
to give something Afti r the work i- done
a full reiKirt should be haudttl to the chair
man of the ward committee, who will in
turn send it to headquarters
Articles of all kinds, useful and orna
mental, suitable for Christmas present-,
will be for sale at the hall. Please lose no
op'iortunity to make this fact known to
your friends and urge them to buy at the
bazaar. Prices will be the same as m the
stores of the city.
On AVeilne day, November J4, at '.i. 10 p.
111., there will lie a general meeting of all
the ward committees at Temierance hall.
If at all po-sible, plea-e be present Kvery
body in sympathy with tlie work being ear
ned on in Temperance hall is cordially in
vited to help make the bazaar a success.
By order of tlie executive committee of
the club. It. II. Yoi o.
Chairman Com. of Arrangements.
lujure.1 by it Cow.
Vrbana Clltzai Win. Ford, living two
mile-ea-t of the city, wa- b idly injured,
ye-terday. by a mad cow That ge-ntleman
wa-walking along the highway, when he
met one of our butchers driv ing a cow- to
ward the city. As lie came within clo-e
proximity to the beast, -he elroppeit her
head, and with a lunge, mule for the mm.
Before he could get out ot the way the covv
had him on her horns ami tossed him to the
side of the road, with such force, that his
left arm was broken just above the wrist.
Tlie" Men 1. g. n,I"
Is the name and the golden opportunity
will bo Monday, Novembers!). The Or
pheus society and the Cincinnati orchestra
will present this truly great symphonic can
tata in an artistic manner.
u lot r rest incs)!,?!! li of the I- jintoiMl'nrer
that M't I overs of tlir spent lllnc H llil.
The following from the eiua IVmle re
garding "Sleepy 10111," the famous pacer,
and whose Jecord is well known, will lio of
interest to tlie lovers of horseflesh
Poorold Blind Tom. a horse with a re
markable history, after being raised from
obscurity to a world-wide fame 111 the speed
ring, drops again into neglett and vvn t. hed
squalor, and dies .1 horrible death in a mean
stable soiiiew here w itliiu the ague-stneken
rigious of Indiana.
He was foaled at the present M f.eorge
hotel stable in Bellhrook, ill alioiit I. 7
was a stoutly -bred horse, sirtd by fnm
Kolph, he bv l'ocahontas. his dam sircel by
Tom vvas a very unpromising colt, both
in gait and apfitarance. and ledavaga
bond's life In his earl v days, being rai kid
aliout the streets of his native village as a
common "scrub " His dam lieinga natural
1 pacer, and as he showed inclinations t.e
w.irei that gait wliich were more manifest
ai he grew older his owner, Isaac Dingier
put hhn in training, but with indifferent
success; when, seemingly to end ioor Tom s
career forever, he lost Ins eye-sight, be
coming totally blind. He was then with
drawn from the track as worthless, and
sold and traded from hind to hand, at
one time changing ow ners for iM in money
and a bottle of very poor whisky.
Finally he fell into the hands of Steve
I'liillips. of Xenia, who agim put hue in
training with the result so well known.
The sightless horse seemed to understand
and obey perfectly every word spoken to
him by his trainer and driver, Phillips, is
he would lean over him from the sulky in
the race and incite him to renewed efW'
' !o in. Tom, and win." were the words'
that spurred the intelligent horse to Ins
greatest speed at the last quarter stretch in
a close race. He was the star in a splendid
pacing quartette nf 179 Sleepy Tom.
Mattie Hunter, Howdy Hoy and Luev, j
which three were beaten at Chicago. Jinv .
2i and 2". 1879, Tom ttking tlie third,
fourth and fifth mile-he.its in 2 HJ ,, 2 in
nrnl'l III. fitr n ,it,rw. '.' -.lOim Tl..
last heat Tom recorded the best time known I
in the world In any gait, and Sleepy Tom's
It.llMti tuWVimu a In iit.ulisxlfl it-.inl tti.I li 'j '
faI"e ,,r1,?a,1 throughout the world.
Soon, however, old age and tern
f'V began ito tell oil the old horse, and
". I"!'! "nnt for the turf, appearing for
the last time at Ked Oak. Iowa. In lss2. 1
shortly after being sold to Dr. Ohn, of Chi- .
At last Phillips thought he would hunt
up old Tom and take care of luui durmg . . , , ,
hisoldage. and went to Chicago In search IRnBaDBSt TO LilB VfiPV
of him. It was found that Tom had be-, U Ur'gl -u "to f0,J
come worthle-s for any purjio-e and hail o j ,
been traded awayforlittleornothingtoaitineSt 111306, at ONCCS
man in Indiana, and, saddest of alL shortly ' " .www
after reaching the bam of the new owner 1 1 , ...
the structure UK.k fire and poor Tom. the that are POSIIIVelV lOW.
king of pacers in all the world for three J
vears, was burned to death. 1 rkjiix r iif i
S.BER.AASSEEN i OW lOtS Of WlCf
If jr n Riissmn Kxile Professor Itnclirn li'
Able Dlscourso at Amincer's Unit Ijet !
Professor M. Bachrach, the Polish exile. 1
lectured on "Siberia" at Anzingcr's hall last
evening, under the auspice-, of the Spring
field Turn Verein, and was greeted by a
small but appreciative audience, composed
of our protninet Oennan citizens and their .
families. The lecture was delivered in
German, and the professor showed himself
a fluent hnquist and scholar. The subjtct
matter of his lecture was of the most pn-1
foundly interesting and often thrilling char
acter, and he was listened to for a fidl hour
and a half with the closest attention.
ers 01 war, togettier with a full descrqe
tion of the country, its resources,
and the bleak, forbidding character of its '
almost eternal w inter. I he lecturer him
self vvas taken a prisoner dunng the war
between I'ussio and Poland 111 lbiij-e",!, and i
his description of the horrors of tlie life '
that followed, and his explanation of the
full and awful meaning of the term exile
the force-d separation of fathers and moth
ers or children vvas moving and vivid in
the last degree.
The prisoners were subjetteil to the most
brutal treatment imaginable, he himself be
ing compelled to march for eighteen months 1
with a weight of twenty pounds fastened to '
his feetand in all kindsof weather. Those ,
who were unable to bear up under tin
treatment were left to pen-hor were bur
ied alive in mile trenches, vv here the dead
ami iiying were thrown together in
ne aw ful mass of feeble life and repulsive
"he for any but the briefest notice to be
given in tin- connection, anil must be Mean!
to be appreci lied. Prof. Itachrach has a
tine delivery, and speak- with the energy
and bitterness of a personal sufferer. His
lecture deserve-d a much larger audience. '
TWO DUSKY LOVERS.
I Until Determine.! to Marry the Kanie r.Irl
, anil 1 Iglit it Hurl with l'lsts,
1 lp to midnight Olhcers MeAulltT ant
1 dregory made all thearrests that were made
1 ,illrlIIB the diy. which were four, requiring
t""v "';,, ' '""""-""
1 first run v lola Scott and Sam Cheek, Ixith '
Ihruth frtj j-if 4tio. hntfnl . tf la.. I.J& I
coons were gathered lu. The third party,
implicated in thi- trouble got away, but will
l)e s.,,red later. Hi- name ,- Jenning-, '
, anJ llk llH partners, he is colore,!. Both !
lllel, wanteil to marry the fair Viola, and ,
tt ante.1 to last ev ening, and both declared!
I tliex would. Hence the racket Cheek I
illl(i a m- uid eye put on hun. bv las an
tagonist, vv nether v tola had any
choice in tlie matter is a motoed
question, as each was so sure of having the
marriage enoniied for himself ami the
gay young (Unless, Jennings, only came
liome from the Pen three or four days ago
w here he had done serv ice for burglary
Cheek bailed himself and his love out
Mike McDermitt was run in for disorder
ly the same old chestnut. Heenan Carli
was brought in on the third run all th
calls being from box 50, comer of York and
Pleasant streets. McKay assisted in the
On one of the trips the officers had to
draw their revolvers to keep the crowd
back. Seine of the patrol boxes are fear
fully out of order and should be fixed ove-r
In making one of the calls the otheers had
to wait over an hour before the box would
A dispatch from Bellefontaine give-an
alarming reimrt ot diphtheria in I.ogan--ulle,
a little village in Logan county, of
about 1.0 inhabitants. It say-. "Out of j
fifty-nine cases of diphtheria, eleven chii 1
tlren. ranging from two to hve years, with-'
in the List sixty days have choked to death.
Five out of hfty-ninecase-were adults, only '
one of whom died. The di-ease is of the I
most frightful character. The face and
neck, just before eieath, be-coine so enlarged
and swollen that not ev en the parents of 1
the little victims can recognize them." J
Choruses and splendid instrumental music
by the Cincinnati orchestra will be on the
bill of fare at the Orpheus society concert
at Black's opera house Monday evening,
LADIES' AND MISSES'
In new and tX jllsh material
and handsomely trimmed.
Xc call yiur attention to the Jackets
we are el!ing' o freely at
53.50, SOB, 17.50
Ellll A MM PHAIID.
4-s I ."0 LIMESTOXE ST.
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ITi-r extraordinary bargains la float
and iVnps- at Kedaced I'ricw.
MEN AND BOYS.
In our furnishing
ids department, we
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show every style and
quality of Winter Un
derwear, from the
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; Underwear and
1 At about half actual
value. For Men and
Bys Furnishings, visit
our Furnishing Goods
Department, if you
care to buy choice
"iVildraan'e Home-made, best
in tiie world.
USE "STRALEY BRAND"
Best in the market for the money,
a mixture of Maracaibo, Jira and
Itio. SPICED SWEET PICKLES.
AND MIXED PICKLES.
QUAIL BY TO-OB
Also, a fall line or Game and
Poultrr. Freh Ojsters Dally.
Fancy Fruits a Specialty.
?s. j. snmuy a co.
18 EAST HIGH STREET.
TEUIPnONE 43. Free DellYfrry.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Corner Te4t High St-Junrt Walnut Alter.
Blank Syolc Work and Legal Blanks a,
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