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SPKLNGFLELD, O. TUESDAY EVESLXG, NOX KWV.VM ii3 1886.
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Xi'isiiTO.iiv J1 Ohio
L'gtit miiis. sligtitlx looter
November 23, 1S86. J
We're over-run with Scotch
caps. Every spare nook is
stuffed and squeezed with
caps for boys' and man-head
sizes, 6)4 to "'z.
If you'll buy a Scotch cap
for 35c, come here. If you'll
pay 50c, 60c or 75c, we can't
We do the handsome thine
in brown Chinchilla, satin
lined Overcoats for $20. You
who'd look above ten, see
Vhen custom department
stock, $15 to $20. Particu
lnrl. nvnmino tri. enrm imno-1
is it stronsr and
pairs of i
flimsy, worthless ?
men's fine Scarlet lambs-wool
half-hose are placed here OI1 ,
Sale at 35c a pair. Another
thoUSand fine Camel?' hair at
40c It takes very little wit
indeed to see 15c to 25c sav
ing as compared to whati
you've been used to. I
A fair sock, 25c; not so1
fair, IOC; not fair at all, 5C J
It takes all kinds Ol people to
make a world, and all kinds of
socks to cover their
hands, too. We
tween you and the
l.,a A m:,,r A Jool
ViUVK) cXilu 1I1111U113, clliia ux.ai
you out in single pairs at
exactly the same rates other
dealers pay by the dozen.
We are again in possession
of a quantity ol men's all-wool
mnrnlnnnc fn W rrn -it nnP ' maj aid in its recoxery atsoiue future tune.
pantaiOOns tO let gO at OeTlw10nUM,nN cre chloroformed and
dollar a pair. Who'll spend
the first dollar ?
Who'll keep the dollar 'till
it grows to five and lay it out
for a "Storm King"
Who'll raise it to eight and
pick from a thousand pile ol
our own making ?
Who's you hatter? Are
you paying enough, too much,
or what ?
Are you acquainted with
the WHEN folks' hats, prices
and dealing ?
There's us and another
selling hats right.
QrselnrrfiU'c flnK fine Prirp.
Jersey Sweet Potatoes,
HULK AM) CA,
The Fiiest in the City.
J. I. HUFF
NO. 13 EAST HIGH STREET.
DR. J. C. OLDHAM,
-OPERATIVE DENTISTRY i
No. SX E. Main Street.
The Manager of Gould's Great Rail Road
System, of the Southwest,
Makes His Last Run.
The I'Minl Il!t!l3 Grind of W Ire f
Kicih nil ran Concerning Hlli-
r.,r.l niul Oilier inry nml
By the Kunr teit Press
Nm Yohk. N't". 23. II. M. Hoio
general manager of the Could southwestern
system, died tliii .Doming at the llmadixay
Kii.lentl) the lre.nleiil I.. fir lie Closes
AVxsiiimitov. Nox 1" The statement
that Iiesident Clexeland Untied an order nn
Saturday last which closed the gates to the
xxhite house grounds from 5 p. m. to s jo
a. in. created a Rood deal of cunimeiit here
xxhen first published. It was geiieralli ac
cepted as an indication that the chief exec
utive did not want to assume the risk of
being lHirsonallx in dancer bv taking his
exi-iiing and morning walks in the grounds
ailjaeeiit to Ills house when the public could
be about him.
It Is xery seldom, how ex er. at any season
of the j ear. that iwojile are seen around the
White house inside the grounds alter
o'clock m the afternoon and before ' o'clock
in tlif morning, and the xisitors xxere nexer
in me morning, ana me xisiiors were neier
know u to be so numerous w ithin those hours
' Liwmn tii 1m. so nlimeni
as to be in any degree an annoyance. True,
mose xx no tio come arounu miring unr-r
hours might lxik xxitli some curiositj at the
president ami his xxife. and that curiositj
"light annoy them. Consideration for the
lilllj ! HIC inillllj U nil JlfJ autiuuiw v. t
ciisegiien. it seems, for closing the gates.
Mr. ClexeNnd lias been seen less on the
thoroughfares, and Is seen less 1) the pub-
lie at anj place, except the theater, than
any president for x ery man j ears. This
onler closing the entrance to the White-
house grounds during the hours, in which
I lie takes his exercise, and the tact mat lie
l.as remained so closelx lndiKirs are put
together, and people are saj mg that he has
kept himself from public xiexx because he
apprehended personal danger.
Iliirclnn, Trjing to Take the Town, and
.et rnj XXHh a l'retlj (iiiihI (hunk
l'im v. Xw. 22. The resilience of
Joel Keid and J. S. Kirbx were entered bx
burglars Sundax night, and xx-atches, tlia-
i aniw "U to u.e iue of
T00 or SOO taken from the former, and
solid silvrrxx are from the latter xalued at
$400. There is no clue to the parties, but
( t were exijetix experts, as they readilj
Jisonmhiatrtl between solid ilier and plat-
i,,!, Satunlaj night the residences of
-Mr Marx in. Ur. K I Hennett and C. (i
mith xx ere entered, but nothing of anx
particular x-alue xxas obtained.
The midnight marauders gained an en
trance at each place by prjing open xiu.
doxxsxxitha jimmy. The diamond xxatcli
stolen from Mr. Keid's residence, xxas a
present to Ins w if e in 1M5 by friends in
Nexx Orleans and makes the loss all the
moresexere. The watch Is numbered iH,
ysi, and has also a jexveler's prixate num-
Iht in the back case, 15.06S II. xx Inch fact
the houses thoroughly ransacked.
Crentes Great Kxrlteuient at EsTresUleut
N'fw Voiik, Nox. 23. After the funeral
iserxices of ex-President Arthur xx ere oxer
jesterday afternoon, great excitement xxas
1 cuuseu a) xue idei umi n sunumi)suisru
man xxas discoxered trjing to reach the
He was intercepted by a reKrter who sat
on the carriage box with the timer, and
proxed to be Nathan bhuler, of Kondout,
N. ., the same man xx ho xx as arrested at
the Albau) bi-ceutennial for an alleged at
tempt uioii Uie President's life.
He told the reiwrter that he must see the
President to tell him that he had no inten
tion to injure him. The attention of the
lioliee xx .is draw n to the crank xx ho inade-
seieral attempts to reach Mr. Cleieland as
he sat in his carriage.
bhuler was nearly reached by a detectne
when he took to his heels and was soon lost
in the croxxd. When tlie fact became known
it caused great excitement
Four lien Kllleil by a ColllinnThe Kn
clneer ot a Train Ilerapit-itetl
Ciikuhi, Nox. 23. -The Daily .Vri(4
"saxo). III., special sa)s- In a collision
between two Illinois Central trains last
tuirht four nil
night four men were instantl) killed and
one fatally wounded. A freight train, in
tliecalKiosfl of xxluch xvas Albert Dunlap,
grain bu) er: John McDonald, stock dealer,
and James Todd, blacksmith, stopped at
sai"o) for a few minutes. The crew failed
to send back a flagman. A xxild tram fal
lowing crushed into the caboose, killing the
occupants. F. M. Sanderson, a brakemau
on the rear tram, was throw n into the
wreck of the engine and scalded almost be-
jonil recognition. The engineer of the
xiild train, James Neer, was decapitated
and his bod) cnished to a pulp. When
found his hand was on the throttle and his
head a rod aw a).
"Hough on Itats" an an Article for Con.
Srnixi.FiEi.ii, Mass., Nox-. 23. An at
tempt at xx holesale poisoning xx as made in
this cit) esterda), thirteen jiersons being
made sex erel) sick b) drinking tea xxith
xx Inch "rough on rats" had been mixed.
The tea xx as left on the piazza of the house
where the family lixed on Saturday night
in a small tin-box. The tea xxas steeped
for dinner esterday noon and thirteen of
the fourteen persons wlio sat at the table
drank it xxith the result aboxe stated.
mong the company xxas 1 II. Perkins,
superintendent of the Springfield silk mills
compan) It is thorght that the plot is sup
posed to be the work of soiuebod) xxho had
been discharged from the mllL The) xx ill
lncnn Hot, Will Urate fur the AnHrrlilnt.
Chicago, N'oi. 23 According to posi
tixe stateuienta published )esterda), it is
noxv definite!) knoixn that Colonel It- i
Ingersoll has been retained in behalf of the
condemned anarchists, and w ill appear for
them to argue the appeal before the supreme
court in March next. The engagement is
said to haxe been made when Inger-oll xv.is
in this cit) a fortnight ago, but at his re
quest the fact xxas xx itliheld from the pub
lic. Hie authority lor these reports is not
A Horrible Murder.
Cnif Af.o, Xox-. 23. A special from An
derson, Ind., sa)s: Kthan Allen Majnard,
luing near Moonxille, Madison count).
esttrila) shot and killed William H Hid
die, a neighbor, after xx Inch he xvalked to
his stable, about a quarter of a mile aw a) ,
and shot himself through the head, d)ing
almost immediate!). The trouble grexx out
of the fact of Majnard bavin j seduced Kid
dle's wife last spniiE.
A 1'ierce llllzxartl.
Our ami, Nox. 2i The signal sen ice
remits fierce storms in Dakota along tlie
line of the Northern Pacific railroad. At
Fargo and Jamestown a blizzard is in pro
gress, xx ith tlie thermometer at zero. At
xarious points throughout Iowa, It is snow
ing, with the thermometer ranging from 17
to 33 degrees abox e zero.
PITFALLS FOR THE UNWARY.
I) Ulcerous Hole, In rout or lllil XX esl's
lluU'llng. n XXe.t High Street.
Ilittir complaint is made almost daily of
a nuisance on west Iligli stiect that should
be looked into and iiirr.vted The ecaxa-
tions or pits in trout of the cellar windows
of Daxid Wesfs building, on west High
stre t brtxxccn Maiket ami Center, are It ft
uncoieml with absolutely no grating or
protection of .111 kind at all. Formerly a
light wooden grating coxereil tin 111. hut
this has rotted away or txen remoxed,
Icaxmi? the windows in the dangerous con
dition descrilied and in iking them absolute
pitfalls for the pissers lix .it night. Hie
hides are .limit two feet dt ep and siiirouiid
el h the slurp edge- of the pixeinent
blocks, xx In. h are just atK.ut the right height
to catch the unfortunate pedestrian on tho
i Inn and tear a keopsike oil of him On
Sati.rd i nights the market extends all
along in flout of this building, and the
place is thorouglilj dangerous owing to the
crowded condition of the pvxemeiit. Last
.Saturday night, in the space of .1 xerx few
minutes, a well known centleinin sax
three minile fall into these holes One was
a lad, who was so badlx hurt tint she
le.iinsl up af-iuist the building ami eneil foi
sexeral 1111111111-- U-fore she limpnl painfully
pitfalls must be attended to, and
XX ell ami t nU XI liter.
1'rof Ninth, the accomplished Witten
berg chemist, his completed his mi estima
tions upon the three svimens of well wa
ter submitted to him for anal sis, and lias
prepired a compreheiisixc report, xxluch
will be submitted to the cits council tonight,
at the regular meeting of that board. The
rejiort oralis xulli a full Matenient of the
foreign matter for xx hull thechemist sought
in the wed water siibmittid to him. and the
amount of siitli substames xx Inch ought to
exist 111 a normal or t pical w .iter The
report slums that the tlnee specimens xxere
all unlit for drinking purposes and that the)
were of a charaiter to create and increase
The report also includes an analisLs of
the cltx water, shoxxing it to lie a hrst-olass
..l .,,. K. Hiiiin. t liimiitil I v iiiir.
ailM." llxfi llj .111, Itlx-iun uiiiiiiimi; "..--.
but with safe limits as to the amount of ,
foreign substances contained
I ngineer Itreapitiiti il Three Others In
stnntl Kllleil, ami a Itrakemaii t-earrul
b xx ox. Ill , Vox il In a collision Ih
txxeen two Illinois Central trains last night
fimr men xxere instantl) kllleil and one fa
tallx woiindisl. A freiglit train, m the a
tnHiseof which xxas Albert Dunlin, gram
baxer; John McDonald, stock dealer, and
James Tixld, blacksmiih, stopped at "six ox
for a few minutes. The crexx failed to send
back a ll ignian A wild train following
crushed into the calmose, killing the occu
pants. K. M. banderson. a brakemau on
the rear tram, was thnnxii into the xx reck
of the engine and scalded almost be) olid
recognition. The engineer of the xxild tram,
James Neer. xxas decapitated, and his bod)
crushed to a pulp. When round his hand
was on the throttle ami his Head a nni
I itlllllj's (.1, ItlMllll.
Fixni xx. O.. Nox. 23. Xatural gas con
tinues to attract industrial institutions to
the titx, manufacturers realizing that it is
the great cheap fuel of the futun, William
. N'oble, of Nexx York, has just closed a
contract to locate a xxindow-glass factor),
emploxing upii arils of txro hundred hinds,
here and has ecnred land Tor a site. Work
x ill begin on the new factor) at the earliest
possible date- Besides this. J. D Ilrgg:
Uro.. of Cleiel.iiul. haie s-cansl land for
the ere Hon of a large rolling-mill, on xx ln li ' Mr. Kidgel) moxed that the committee on
work will lie liecun at the opening of the law and contracts prepare a contract xx ith
new ) ear Our new refiner) has just got the successful bidders and at the suges
starteil and sends ana) twelie hundred tion of Mr Martindell, the committee xxas
barrels of oil jht week. Three more capl- instructed to embody in thecoutract a spec
ialists aie here negotiating for sites for Hied time for the completion of the build-
glass fai lories, of xxluch xxe noxv h ixe eight ,
while a xear ago xxe had none. It is estim
ated b) one of our real estite men, who has
taken the trouble to nixestigate the nutter,
that nearl) M'len hundred nexx houses haie
lieen put up during the past summer. A
thousand more xxould all lie taken hi rt lit
ers in two months. The i itx gas-works are
going rapidl) forward to completion.
Important Ittll Koitil Nexx.
nx Yokk. Nox. -21. A special from
Washington to the II orM sa)s A gentle
man front Cincinnati, wiio Ills for a num
ber of ) ears been prominently conneutdl
xxith the railroad s)tims in Ohio, and xxho
is perhaps as close to President Kobtrt Car
rett as an" jiersuii not a member of his ,
oftlcial famil. has said to a representatue
of the II orM that a new depirture of the .
II. A I). s)stem miglit soon be expecteil.
.. 1 l,.s I t. ft ..n.-...l-i
, ,. , .. .' ,,,, .',,.
southeni terntor) to make up for the loss
of the Ohio and JIis.sivMi.iu. The indiea-'
turns munt to a tratlie agreement xxitli a
.K.ri.l.f., of tl.M Pmenmntl V.ix llrl..ms
and Texas Pacific, more general!) known
as tlie Cincinnati houtlieni.
The liorW s.i)s the express war was ti
nall) and a'liicalilx settled )etei da) altera
I long conference between the otluialsot the
xiiiiousmiiipanies, and restoration of rates
XX.ilkinj: Himself to Dentil.
Wxnxsii, Ind., Noi 2!. John Sn)der.
of Blackford count), the man whose onl)
relief from the effects of a strange disease
that has filicted him for some tune past
was found in almost continual walking,
xxas belieicd a fexx da)sagoto haxe walked
himself into his graxe. He xx.is in the
clutch of death, but has resumed walking.
I'lix sk tans sa) it is onl) a question of en
durance. Death alone, tlie s.i), can reliexe
him from tlie iron grip of his mysterious
malad). Meanwhile he is doing his nxe
miles an hour, not including rests He
xralks twentx hours out of the txxeuty-foiir.
He shaxes as he xxalks and takes ins meals
xxlnle on the go. He has not lieen known
to sleep inoie than four hours out of the
twent)-four hours in txxo ears.
ltiniiiil Oxtr for Munler.
Cl ix I i.x.li, Nox. 2.5. Tins morning
Judge Hudeings bound old man Wheeler
oxer to common pleas court, xxitliout bill.
for the murdt r of his wife. Wheeler is bl
earsot age and his xx If e xxas ST. The)
had lixed here half a century and each was
xx orth S .HW.ooo Mrs. Wheeler xx as strangled
to death on the night of the Uth hist, and
Wheeler claims that two tobbers were the
ll.isr Il.lll Miitter.
Cim iNNATi. N'ox. 21. Watkiiis notified
the American Uase Iin.Il association tills
iiiornmg that no further tune need be
xi.isted in accepting a bid from his club, as
it had obtained all coiuesslons it asked and
would rein tin in the li ague. The associa
tion is noxx considering claims from Kansas
Cit) and Cleieland for the Pittsburg xa
Ktiroiirnging for the Itoyal Family.
l.oMiuv, Nox. 23. Princess Heatnce,
wife of Prince Henry, of Itattenberg, and
youngest daughter of (jut-en Victoria, haj
gnen birth to a sou. Lord Kindolpli
("liunhill was the iu.iii-.tcr in attendance
at the aciouclinn nt.
He'll) Sfiipuif lllM.
I'n rsin !-,, Nox. 21 Coal operators are
assared good boating-stage xxater, and are
prepamig tor the shipment within tlie next
two days of .iOO.OOO bushels of coal to Cin
cu.uati and Louisiilie.
No More I'oker."
Vijwa, Nox. 2J. The goxcrnment has
Ksued an order prohibiting the playing of
The Golden Legend.
HEAW SALE OF BOiiDS.
The Board of Education Sells 815,000
Worth at a Premium of
Hid nil the ei ltilUiling eceitel mitl
the ( onlnirl Xln.le- V lllg lrlt of
smnll llui.lio'srt ,rniiiul tint
The board of isiiic.ition met in regular
session last night President Iairem ralleil
themteting loonier al T 15 o'clock. The
following nieuiliers xxere present- Heck,
Hrigham, Coles Co, Corner, Iloldeu.
Keanis, Keli), Martindell, Morroxx,
Pence, Kulgely, Shriuipf and the presi
dent. The minutes of the iirexious meetings
xxere read, approxed and after xxluch bus-
lnes, priHtssleil as folloxxs
Mr. Martindell moxed that the regular
order of business be postponed and that the
sfi.iKK) xxortli of bonds be sold according
to theadiertiseiiients published. The mo
tion whs carried. 'Hie noti. e of sale pi o
xidedthat $1,000 worth of the bonds In
rtslivmabe in foiirxearsiifterditeandSIO,
0O0 ixortli in scxen jears fiom date of sale,
the Ixuids to bear li per cent, interest.
M. W. Harris, of Chic igo bid SIVM .
William Cole A Co . of Chicago, hid S11,-
, :sl s A Dean, of Chicago, bid $11000.
I The alnne bids xxeie receixed b) mail.
I lie bidding of those present then liegan
ami the premium xxas rnpnllx mil up from
S'.'sl. s-, at a time, to $1,1:0, xx here the
bidding Imi.iihc sloxx, but the preiiiimn xxas
tinallj run up to $1 111 and tne IhiihIs xxere
knoi'keil down to hdxx.ini Hurford of the
Citien's bank at tii it tigure.
On motion of Mr Marluulell the board
took a reies, of In e minutes to gixe the
linance lommittev time in which to prepare
a ri port on the bids.
At the conclusion of the recess Mr. Mar
tindell. of the nuance committee, presented
a report accepting Mr. Harford's bid at a
premium of Mi,, u,e reiKirt was
buperintciiileht Whit.' reisirtisl that the
attendance at the schools xxas on the ui
' crease, the diphtheria scare haling some
I what suicided.
I Mr Iteik. of the committee on textbooks,
I etc., recommended the adoption of bhe'i
j herd's Kleinents of Cheuilstr for use m the
high school. AdopteiL
I Mr. Martindell of the finance committee,
presentisl the bill of S'Jl 51 of Win Pimlott
I for coal, kindling, etc., and moxed that an
I order for the same be issued. Carried.
I 11 the same Motion that an onler lie
! issued to pi the $300 intirest on bonds
series fourteen Carneil,
Hi the same Motion that the furniture
in I libert ax emie building be reinsureil for
11 the same Kesolution that the board
lKirrow of the I.agonda National lnuk the
sum of 1.1,ooo. in aiitiiipatinn of taxes, to
I pa teachers, and janitors, the interesr to lie
not greater than fl ier cent, the amount to
be paid Januar 1st Adopted.
I II) Mr Cox. of committee on printing
1 Motion that an order be issued for $42 in
faior of the Springfield Publishing Co., for
I 1!) Mr. Iloldeu, of the committee on
I auditing KeiKirt that the clerk's reinirt for
October had been found correct Filed.
I Mr. Hidge!). of the committee on build-
big, re)orted in faxor of the bid of A. 1).
Kovs and William Hullinger on the nexx
building on State street the amount being
S0.T4G. Mr. Kidgel) inox ed the acceptance
of the bid.
Mr. Ilngham desired to know, if the con
tract xx as accepted, xx hen the building xxoiild
beeretted. Mr Kidgel) "s motion xxas, af-
tir a little sparnng, put and carneil.
Mr. Kidgel) presented the fourth estimate
of Architect Cregar on the new High street
building, for 52,412, m faxor of J. S Ports,
and tinned that it be allowed. Curried.
Mr. Kidgel) called attention to the fact
that the puements in front of the Pearl
street building xxere in bad condition, and
moxed that the committee on building be
authorized to receixe bids for the paxmg
and rejKirt to the board. Carried.
Mr Kulgely moxed that the building
committee receixe bids on the grading of
the Pearl street lot, and award the contract
Mr. Kidgel) moxed that the building
committee be authorized to recene bid ami
award tlie contract for 100 feet of paxing
at the North strei t building. Carried
Mr Keanis moled that the janitor of the
Diebert axenue building repair the tiling.
Mr. Shrimpf. of the claims committee, re-
I porteil that the following claim
i ere allowed and ordered paid
SuiHTinteiident, teachers and janitors, a
! percoiitnu t.
Mr Coles stattsi that the 1. H. A W rail
had requested liennivdun to la) a
track across Limestone street to Market and
back to Warder A. Harnett's warehouse As
the proximit) of tlie track xxould material!)
interfere xxith the usefulness of the Vorth-
em building, Mr. Coles presented a draft of
resolutions to be nreseiiie.1 to eomicil set-
ting forth reasons xx li the request of the
railroad (ompaii) should not be granted.
'I he draft xxas adopted bx the board.
Mr. Pence s.:ill Unit n lilx s,.lwitor
-.-- . .
Sninmers had lie.-n untirimr In Ins efforts in
liehalf of the Imanl. he ilesmsl to mm el
that the sum of .- be xoted to him m part
pa) nient for lus sen ices. Carneil.
Mr. Kearus mined that tlie sum of ?" be
paid to Mr T.i)lor. pnnciiil of the West
ern building and Si to Mr. Keesecker, prin
cipal of the Eastern building, for sernces
rendered at the count) institute, the money
to lie paid out of the institute fund. Car
ried Mr.Colesiuoxeilth.it the building com
mittee be iiistnuted to consult the cit) so
licitor, as to xxhetlier certain lumber I) mg
on the nexx High street lot, ought to be
mined b) tlie contractor so that the grading
of the lot might be proceeded xxith, or
xxhetlier the board xxould haxe to more it.
On motion the board adjourned.
Cases DUpiMeit of in estenlii)'s Police
Probabl the most important case heard
b) the ma) or ) esterda) afternoon xx as that
of Charles Wlutmore, xxho stole a pair of
pantaloons from J. M. Knote. He xvas
found guilt) and the mayor lined him ?'
and costs and sent him to jail for fifteen
Tom Quinn xxho beat and otherxxise
abused ins mother and sisters, was gixen 3"i
M. I) Mooran xxas fined 53 and costs for
lighting, xxlnle his antagonist, Caleb Atlier-
ton. xxas dismissed.
Hughe) Welsh, dnink and disorderly,
and Oscar Hoxver, using profane language,
xxere cat h fined SI and costs.
John Itrown, loitering, xxas dismissed
Mike Ilray charged xxith stealing shoes
from Starke) A. Scow den, xxas also dis
missed. Dvnth of rrank J. Turtle).
A telegram xxas received In theGiiiiit
Ki ri in if composing room this afternoon
containing tlie sad announcement of tin
death, at his homo in Columbus, of Frank
J. Tunic), who for six months held regular
caes in the Gloiik-Kki'iiiiic composing
loom Scleral weeks ago lie became una
ble to work, owing to tlie encroachment of
his fatal disease, consumption, and his fa
ther, who is foreman in the Ohio ktate Jour
nal office, Columbus, came to this cit) and
took him home, where his death occurred
this morning. Turney xvas an excellent
young man, a good printer andadexoted
comrade. His memory will be cherished
xx ith honor and respect by Ids late associates
in this office and the craft generally.
AN OUTRACEOUS CRIME.
Ttxo siirliienelil I'riM uresse- I mlrmiir to
I.eml ri, tNililllllillsl.lrls Atia)-1 ille.l
liy the ISilli e anil .lalleil
This morning's Ohm SUile Juunml giies
the following account of the attempt of two
spiinglielil women to entice oung girls
axx a) from home
"Two xxnimn were taken from the Indi
ana, Hloomiiigton and Western xxest-lMiund
train at iimlniglit clurgetl witli one of the
most reioltmg crimes in the catagor that
of In-iiig pin, uresses. riie circumstances
n huh led up to their prompt arrest are sad
111 the extreme. A joiing mm who is well
known in thecitx as a Hipular clerk, was
making unixailiiig elfnrts to indece his sis
ttr. a prett) girl of 1, to return with them
to their home. A ladx friend of the girl's
was clinging close tothegirl, and both were
walking through the depot waiting for
the train to start. Further up two women
with braen faces xxere chatting gill).
These were aci umpimed bx two or three
men The )oung mm it last appealed to
.Sergeant N-hlesingtr, who piomptl) sec
onded his iforts to jh rsii ule the girl to r
turn hoine. I'hej were sua essful Ahaik
was pro, tired and the xx a) ward girl brought
luck. The sipringhelil xxoiuen aim one
creature bearing the outward suiiblmte of
a man boarded the irain. but bergeant
Schli'singer xxas not to be outdone in this
maimer. Calling Olhcer Ta)Iorto his as
sist.mi e. the txxuxxent into the car and ar
resttsl the women and three or four gentli
meii admirers, xvho were there for the pur
(Niseof warning them of their impending
fite. The xxonieii had in charge a xoung
Columbus girl of aliout IT or Is, whose
character is s.ud to be none of the
best, and she xxas probabl) an easy xictuu.
The parti was held until the wagon arriied
and the thru' women and one of the men,
who stood li) them, xxere taken to the
prison The) gaxe their names as Clara
Johnson. lennie Pee try and Minnie s,eott
the Iat mined being the Columbus girl.
The first two xxere chargisl with being com
mon charaiters and entiling a xounggirl
to lead a lire of shame, and bcott was held
as a xx ltness '1 he man. ( 'hirles Clark, w as
chargisl with loitering with common char
acters ("I irk immediate!) set about work
ing a scheme to get out, but lie was unsuc
cessful. The crime with xxluch the) are
charged is punishiMe with imprisonment in
the pen'tentiar) "
'I he names gixen b) the xxomen are, of
course, assumed, and for that reason there
are no means of ascertaining from the Joiir
iml account xxho the xxomen are.
nry ;ir Ilr. II. XX
. Igler HI, OIK)
Tlie ease of Dr. Harrison W. .igler xs.
the V Y. P. A. O railw.i) for ;10,0iKl dam
ages was the largest dan ige suit tried in
Champaign courts for sometime. The case
opened last Tuevla) morning and a xerdict
xx as not reached until baturda) afternoon.
There were sexent)-fixe witnesses, and the
exainimtion required three and a half da) s.
The jur) was charged Saturday moniing
and sent out to tussle with the exldence.
After thru- and a half hours work the)
agreed on a judgment and a xerdict xxas
rendered in f nor of the plaintiff for th"
sum of "-I.000.
The accident occurred on March .", Isv,
at Ei eret's crossing, about a mile xxestof
Mingo. The doctor xvas returning from
Mingo, and about the hour No 4. tlie fast
train, xxas due, had reached tlie crossing.
Just before tlie train reaches the crossing.
t comes through a cut of twenty-four feet
and after it gets through tlie cut. it comes
behind a house, the)ardof which is filled
with cedar treqstwent) to thirty feet high.
The first that can be s n of the train Is
aliout 300 feet In-fore It reaches the crossing
I)r Kigler had reached the crossing, and
his horse xv.is aliout to go on the track
when he discoxered tlie tram coming.
He uitdtrtook to pull his horse baik to allow-
the tram to go bx. but it xxas too late,
and the engine struck the horse on the side
of the head and carried it and the bugg)
alxuit twentx feet di ixx n the track and the
man still further. Wher he was found, he
xxas l)ing with hisback against the track,
unconscious in which lomlition he re
maineil seieral hours. His injuries are bad
and he will hhi'l) lie injured for life.
The pliiutuf xx is represented b) Thos.
J. Frank and Muldleton .t Middleton, and
the railroad bx Leedoui X, Lewis
A motion for a new trial was filed Mon
di) moniing b) Hie attornes for the de
fense. I'rbana C12C1I.
Demise of a Sjiriiictlelil loly at Scranton,
Mrs. James lllair, former!) Mrs. Alice
Kodgers, of this cit), died at iJX0 Sunda)
at her home at Scranton, li , according to
a telegram receixed Sunday eiening. Tlie
fatal disease xx as somt tiling resembling can
cer of the stomach, but there is a duerg
eiueof opinion on tins point.
Mrs Hlalr was the xxuloxx of the late
Kichird Kodgers, xxho xxas postmaster of
Springfield aliout lsfit, xxhen Jas. Johnson,
sr the present nostmister. xxas appointed b
President Am r -w Johnson to succeed him.
Kklnrd Kislgcis, was a brother of William
Kodgers, of this cit), Kex. James I, Kodg
eis, the late Dr Kobeit Kodgers. and of A.
I) ltoilgers.the ex-iMistniaster of Coluuibu-.
Ohio Mrs Kmlgers's maiden name xxas
Cauda She xxas left a widow- in 1S71, and
j hi lsT", married James Hlalr. a prominent
coal, iron and railroad man. and a brother
. ,,, ., ,,,..,, .,
oi .loiiu l uiair, me xxeu known I'euusyi
x.uiii magnate. The) rcmoxed from tills
tit) to Scranton. Pa , where the) haxe since
resided. Mrs. Hlair xxill lie xxell renieni-
! berol in tills city and was a lilglih-hoiiored
and excellent woniail The bod) will be
brought to r-priiiicin-1'i lor inienneni.
Tlie funeral serxices of Mrs. James
Hliir. ileceasetl, ( mother of George (J.
Kodgers, of this place), were held this
morning at her late residence in Scranton,
Pa, and xx ill be brought here for burial
The remains are exiiectcd to arrixe in this
it) toinorroix afternoon at 2 o clock, b)
tlie C ( C .x. I. railroad, and xx ill be taken
direetl) to Kenicliff ceuieter) for inter
ment. THE CRUEL CARS.
IM.tressiri; Areiilrnt to a lonltgMnn In
the I. U. JL XX aril. Xesterilay Kxen
ing. A xery serious accident occurred m the
Indiana, Hlooinmgtoii and Western ) ards,
sa)s the Columbus Jimriml, about 7...0 last
eiening. .John Kneclit, a young man of
about 21 years of age, xxas coupling cars
when his toot became fastened bctxxeeu the
rails at tlie sxxitch. He struggled in xam to
extricate himself from his perilous position
In fore the car. cime together. His left foot
xxas cut off ami his left ami hung by a
shred of flesh, llesides this be xxas se
xerely injured internally, it is not known
hoxx lie got into a shinty which xxas con
xeniently near, but he lay there on a board
nearly an hour liefore the patrol was sent
for to conxey him to M. trancis hospital.
where Di Hooxer amputated tlie am and
rendered other surgical assistance. Kneclit
retained consciousness during his entire stif
fermg. and callisl constantly for water. He
is a single man. and lues at Id!) Vine
street ome sexere criticisms xxere in
dulged in at the expense of the man xxho
first discoxered the injured man. This in
diiidual telip'ioiied Coroner Egan, xxho re
paired promptly to the scene, but Ins
sen ices in tho usual connection were not
George Webb, aged thirt)-tliree, son of
Isaac Webb, of Vienna, died at 4 o'clock
this morning at the residence of Ids parents
at lenna. The tatal disease xxas con
sumption The deceised was connected
xi ith the street railwa) company until Jul)
w hen he xx as compelled to quit work. He
xxas unmarried and an excellent xoiinginan.
He nasi prominent member of Ephraim
lodge. No. 14C, and Mad riier encampment.
No. Hi, 1. O. O. F. These lodges meet to
morrow night, pursuant to olhcial call, to
make arrangements for the funeral, xx liicli
xxlll occur Thursday at S) o'clock a. ni.
Division Six Celebrates Its Anniversary
in a HaniUoTie and Becoming
Manner Last Night.
llUtlngulslieil Knlglili. Ill Vttenilanre
K,-llii)iir Cinisiaiilhie', Aillre, nml
IIIMor) of the llix Islon-Tlie Itin.
ii,t In Honor of ( ol. IXelilner.
It goes almost without sa)ing tliat the
annual banijuit and bill gixen b) Diiisiou
No. 15. L" It , K. of P . last night, on the
occasion of the annixersar) of the institu
tion if the illusion, xxas one oi the most
handsome and successful socnl affairs of
tlie season. Dixi-ion C. is "built that w a"
and xxhatexer the) undertake goes xxith a
rush. Tlie hall, in tlie I'liion block, was
crnixdeil and presented a pietty and ani
maPil appearance. The full kiughtl)
regalia is most admirable for the bill-room
Incomparable more commanding than the
etfete claw-liaminer. Wood's orchestra
furnished tl.e music, which xvas of the best
Among the guests were Colonel Peter
Weidner, of Da)ton, colonel of the Fourth
regiment, fiiiformed Kank, K of P ; Ins
nephew, John W
Wenlner, adjutant of the
Fourlh reginientr Captain Phil Maripurt.
of Illusion 5. Da) ton, and a uumlier of
other Da) ton knights xxere in attendance.
Colonel Wenlner and his stair xxere xxarmly
greeted, and it turn were most cordial. At
!) o'clock the assemblage xxasiallist to or
der and Sir Knight Charles W. ( oiistantine
delnered the following historical and wel
i oniing address
l.i. lie and sir Knights
We luxe met to elebrate the eighth ah
niiersarx; of Spriiutield Dixision. No. f.
I'uiform Hank, Knights of Pythias, and
tlie coiumittie of arrangements haxe
assigned to me the pleasant task of giving
a concise lilstor) of its birth, trials tri
umphs and progress.
Spriugheld Illusion was instituted 111 this
hall Nox. 20th, fs7!, b) Mipreme Keeper of
Kecords and Seals Joseph Doxxdall. assisted
h) Sir Knight Cumin inder Henr) Ileinmil
ler and others, of Columbus Dixislou No 1.
xxhen twent)-hxe Sir Knights xxere initiated
into the secret in) steries of the order. Its
first otlu ers were Sir Knight Commander,
II D John: Sir Kniglit Lu ut Commander.
1). P. Jerfenes Sir Kn ght Herald. Win.
Jloore, jr.. Sir Knight Kecorder, T E Mc
Kinney. Sir Kniglit Treasurer. J. W Coles;
Sir Knight (Jiiaul. F V Fr); sir Knight
Sentinel, Daxid lllair
Under the xigoroun discipline and soldier
i. i i. i.i.. ..j- ... ............ ... ....... i..- i.A
IX leaiicisuip ol lis i-iiniicili .oiiiiiiaiiociioe
diiisiou soon axe cre.it nromiseof siinenor
excellence, and on the wasion of its tirst I
trip, which was to our sister cit) of mytun I
on the J5th da) of Max. lsso, a little oxer "a ' aiteruoon anu lougeu nun wnere ne oe
one and a half xears after its organization. '0,18S-
to attend the grand lodge session and to
take part m the pne drill to occur Mi) M,
entereil for the first stile prize with sixteen
Sir hniglits. The drill of o. o xxas
faultless and the milges had decided to
axvard it Uie first prize, but
before the prizes xx ere presenteil, hoxx ex er,
protest xx as entered to the effect that the di
xision had left its quarter before being
called, and drilled a part of the programme
before going on the ground, xxluch was held
to be a xiolation of the mies gox-eming the
prize drill, and the division in consequence
lost the prize but gamed a record and repu
tation, of which its members haxe reason to
feel justly proud and xx hich later triumphs
fully sustained. I have gone thus full) in
to the explanation nr the contest, for it is
the oul) instant e in xxluch tlie dexision
drew a blank in a prize drill, and then onl)
b) reason of an uufortuinte mistake xxliere
as, b) common consent, it xxas entitled to
the hrst prize.
In the six contests In which the dixision
has taken part, three resulted in its getting
the first prize, twite it took the second, and I
once onl), in its earl) lilstor). in a mutest '
open to the world, it wasolihged to bite the completed. e are all bus pientx of
dust and lie content with the fourth prize. I business.
The aggregate of prizes reaches tlie prince- j I. n A xv XX ree.
1) sum of one thousand two hundred and ,
twenty-hxe dol'irs besides a costlx and i A telegram from Tiftin gixes the follow
most beautiful tlag and mail) Moral tnb- loxxmg additional particulars of the wre-k
session of the supreme Iodise of theworld.
held at Detroit. August 2 i. 1SSJ. in rompe-1
tition xvith the best illusions of the coun- j
tr), sucli as Huffilo, KoVorno. Indianaiolis, '
Lafajette and Dayton, xictor) jiercheil iqv
on its lialinpr .mil it tin.iieht to the Cli.nnni- t
on City its leading trophi, and to tlie treas-
urv of the dixision, nxe hundred dollars in
While thus graced xxith xictor), and on
its triumphant w a) from the scene of its
latest conquest, the command was inter-1
cepted b) a telegram leaniig -m tidings, i
which cast the deepest gloom oxer these '
hanux hearts and brought a silent tear to I
many an e)e. Their helmed commander
had becsl callisl to answer the filial roll-
call, grim death had invaded their ranks
and claimed for his own the foremost of
their number thus, whilst in their greatest
joy the) xxere stricken with their greatest
grief, and instead of returning to meet with
l,4,i,,v i.r.tmr.. 11. ux itrt ivi!!! mv.n to
perform the last s,d rites oier the graxe of ,
their departed leader, friend and brotiier. ,
Howard 1) John
Txxo other n embers haxe lieen taken
from our midst b) the destroyer, dealli. Sir
Knights Jonathan Story and George Heck,
than xxhom no better, truer and more wor
thy grace our rolls.
Dixision No i! has not lieen xxitliout hon
orable recognition in the matter of regi
mental officers, nainel) Lieutenant Colo
nel Win. Moore, jr , Major A. W Cool and
Adjutant J. C. Walker, and finally, on her
eighth anniiersar), she is honored xvitli the
presence of her colonel ami his staff, whom
1 haxe now the pleasure ot presenting to
j on as tlie special guests of the exenuig.
Colonel Weidner resiionded to this happy
effort in a few neat and xx ell chosen re
marks. He congratulated the old dixision
upon its past successes, and present pros
penty, and alluded m an enthusing xein
to the xictories tlie redoubtable Dixision fl
had xx on in the drill field.
Dancing xx .is the order of the eiening
and xxas kept up until a late hour. Oxer
head, in the banquet hall, a table of united
guests sat down at a late hour to a splendid
spread, in xx hich some rare old blushing
xxine. worth its xx eight In rubles, figured
sparingly. Thelunquet was gixen in honor
of Colonel Weidner and other honored
guests. Impromptu speeches and toasts
xxere delnered b) a number present, in
cluding the xisitors, the officers of Dixision
0, and a number of the officers of Dixision
44, xxho xxere present as gi ests. Eiery
feature of tlie exent xxas up to a high
TH0UCHT TO BE CRAZY.
V relloxx trim is r.xiilrntly Otr Hunt, to
Take a laily to the Da) ton A.ylilin.
Officers Mast and Nicklas last eyening
arrested Charles Walton, charging him
xxitli being drunk and disorderly. Walton
xxeut into the house of a lady in the west
end and ordered her to gne him something
to eat. She did as ordered, because she
was atraul to do otherwise. Tlie man acted
and talked in a xery strange manner and
finally said that he 1ml made up his mind
that the lady waseraiy and he, therefore,
prniKised to take her to the Dayton asylum
Tills fnglitened the lady, who tiegaa to fear
that the fellow might become excited and
do ln-r some bodily hard She finally suc
ceeded in gning the alarm and soon after
ward Officers Mast aud Nicklas found the
man and arrested him Heapiieared to be
more dnink than era?), so the officers
lodged him In tho station house on the
aboi e named charge. There is little doubt,
hoxvexer. judging from the man's actions,
that he is "off," and it xvould bexxlseto
place him w here he can do no hann.
Mrs. W. S. Mills' tlie soprano for tlie Or
pheus concert, is said to possess a xolce of
remarkable flexibility and purity.
I- ilia! Rehearsal of the t.olilen Legeml
Oriheui Concert Facts.
'If the Orpheus loncert next Monda)
ni;ht," s.nd Director W I- Illiimensc lem
last eiening, after the dual rehearsal of the
"(Snlden Legend," b) the Orpheus soi letJT
" Isn't a marked success, it won't be th
fault of the v let) or hi) self. lam di
lighted with the progress ou haxe made.
The last reliears.il of Dudle) ltuck s
charming wr.rk went with a pleasant boom
last night and "gixes promise of mem
sunshine" next Jlonday eiening. The
choruses backed b) the full Cincinnati
on hestra, will go magnilicently and the
names of the soloists are a suuicieut guar
antee as to hoxx- the solos w ill be handled
The directors held a meeting last night
all members being present exiept K. T
Thomas. The final details for the concert
were arrange The Cincinnati orchestra xxlll
arrive mi the morning Hee Line tram and
be quartered at the Arcade. Tile soloists
will arrixe on the I. II ,x- W and stop at
the same hostelry. A final full rehearsal
of onhestra. chorus and soloists w ill be
held at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
The prices xxere fixed as folloxxs Par
ipiette, SI, parquette cinleand balcony.
75 cents, gallerx. 10 cents. Seats can be
reserxed an) where in the hou-e, including
the gallery, xxitliout extra tharge.
It was detinitel) decided that part lir-t of
the concert shall consist of four or fixe or
i hestral selec turns b) tl.e big orchestra, and
tho f tiiwMiw Inn frrtm I rl I lrn In link vx.
OLD JIM M'CILLEN
Anil othlnc Hoseale or Koliiantir XImoiI
Him The ".lollT llj Salt" Turns Out a
.lolly Ohl ell.
The city paper, made mention a d i) or
txvo ago of the arrixal at the infirmar) oi
an aged sailor, about whom i lung an air of
in) stery and some xer) tattered garment
The man told a mckle-library tale of his '
past life and rounded up w ith tlie luried
statement that he was on his w a) on f oot j
from one end of the continent to tlie other j
The bo) s on the city dailies gaxe him lot i
of space and a tine seiid-otf and rcirded
lilui as nothing less thau a remarkable old
It turns out now that he is an old inehri
ate xxho has escaped from tlie Soldiers
Home at Daxtou. and xvho rejoices m the
name of James McCIIlin. He has reall) '
been in the navy, and scrxed in the Mexi
can war. but the rest of it xxas pure fiction I
The old man was crazy for three or four
)ears before going to the home, having
i one insane from the effects of continued
I alcoholic debauchery. Indications are that '
he will go crazv again unless he dies be- ,
forehand, xx hich latter result is most to lie I
feared at present.
He is suffering from
heinorrhaies of the stomach, brought on bx
-. ' j .;
superintendent James Heuimg took the
Ixor mil creature oacK to uie nome jesier-
I.lttleMinml superintendent IVters Tnlks
Ahnut the Insertion Tour.
Kalph Peters, superintendent of the Little
Miami, n hen asked concerning the tour of
insjiection on which he had been recentl)
xxith other ofticiaIs,s.ud.
"We haxe just returned from a to-irof in
spection of bridged on the Little Miami di
xision and its branches. The gemral super
intendent, John V. Miller, and chief engi-1
neer, xx-ith myself. comiosed the patty.
The trip xxas to arrange the annual pro-1
gramme for bridge improiements, the jiar
tleillarsi of which I cannot gixe at present.
"Ruiiding any bridges at promt"''
"Ves, we are building the masonr) for
an iron bridge across Duck creek at lied
"Hoiv Is the lied Hank extension?"
"Work on the grading is lieing pushed.
XX e expect to put In the junction switch the t
first of next week, and will place the ties
at once and la) tlie Iron as soon as it comes,
commencing next week. Tlie track will be
laid as fast as the grading and eulxerts are i
on the 1. 15. ,fc W.. nrexiouslx mentioned
nortli-bountl express, leaxing here at . 43
Saturday night, ran into a caboose at the
Green Spring Nickle-plate crossing, twelxe
miles north of there. The calioosewasl
standing across the track, audit and sexeral
freurht cars wpre badlx demollslleil The .
pissenger engine was also badl) wrecked I
and the cars sexerel) shaken up. Conduct-I
lorJack - McGinty, of the passenger train.
had his arm broken, and O. II. Caiuan. or
I Chile. ().. a passenger, was badl) cut and ,
bruised. Sexeral other passengers xxere
slightly bruised. The track xxas cleared b) j
morning, and the express proceeded to San-,
dusky, drawn by a freight engine. The'
loss to therailxx-ay compan) Ls heaxy.
An (Hit unit liilereatllig Letter. t
Two weeks ago esterdax C. IL John, the '
coal dealer, recen ed a letter sent b) some
bod) in Springfield. On breaking the eal i
of the enx elope lie found en losoil a letter
"ntten b) his uncle, William Powell, to
another uncle, John Powell, and dated
"Charleston, W. Va , July 17, IV.:." A ,
isirtion of the letter referred to Captain i
John (C. It's father), and xxas a xery inter-1
esting relic of xxar times. Mr. John has no
idea xxho sent it to him, as there xxas notli-
ing in the enx elope to indicate xxho the.
sender might be. The person xxho for
xxariled the letter xxould confer a faxor on
him by revealing his identity. j
Njpano HraLeman Injured. j
When train "o. ."., on the V. Y. 1'i.O
ami ed from the east yesterday afternoon,
it brought on Niard Hrakemaii James Har
ris, of Gallon, known to his companions .is
'-Tidy Dan." who was injured xery pun
fully on the run. It appears that he jiitiiied I
off the train at snattuc station, a snon ins
tance east of this city, to turn a switch,
xvlien he struck tlie swith standard, bruis
ing and crushing himself painfully He
was taken on to Dayton, xvhere he was
cared for by friends. He xvill beable to re
sume his nm in a week or two.
A llaltrltij ill Time.
Tonight and Wednesday night. Vixen.'
ber 23 and 24, xx ill be red-letter occasions
and hallelujah times xxith the local Salxa
Hon Annx. at their hall on Market strcet
Touight there xvill be a big oyster supper
as a xxelcome to D. O. Gay and wife to the
dixision. They will be accompanied bx
Captain Gleniser, and also a salvation army I
singer, late from England. On Wednesdax
exenuig. swearing in of sergeants and band
men, xxitli appropriate ceremonies. Ex cry '
body is inx lted to both meetings.
Kntertaluecl nt Dinner.
Mrs. Col. J. 1. Hogle entertained a few j
friends at dinner xery handsomely Monday,
at her residence. No. 317 south Market
street, in honor of Mrs. Hawkes and Mrs.
Tstick. xvho are the guests of Mrs. General
Hog cholera is raging terribly in Cham
paign county. Win. Kawlings. iiung east
of I'rbana, and a brother of Commissioner
Kawlings of this city, lias already lost
eighty shoats out of a herd of two hundred.
Fnnerel of Mrs. K. H. Hames.
The funeral sen-Icesof Mrs. E. II. Hanies
xxilltakeplace.it the residence of Charles
Ludlow, 14S east High street, Wednesday
moniing, November 23, at 11 o'circk.
Friends are inx lted. Interment pniate.
The Christinas Iluiaar anil Supper
To be given by the ladies of tlie First l"res
byterian church xvill be held Monday and
Tuesday, December 6 and 7, at the church,
instead of the Sith and 10th, as first an
nounced. What is tlie Golden Lejend?
LADIES' AND MISSES'
In sen and stilish material
and hiDdsomelj trimmed.
We call jmr attention to the Jacket
we are selling- so freely at
S3.5D, 15.00, 57.51!
KICII AM) ll'WAIU).
4s AM) ."0 M3IEST0NE ST.
V. II. Darin? the coming w eV will
nlTer extraordlnarj lurirains In Cloaki
jnil Wraps at Kfdaccd Prices.
AT THE OPERA HOUSE
For Ladies, Gents and Chil
And Camel's Hair Garments.
Now open and in stock. Cer
tainly the large-it and best
line or Underwear we hare
PRICES VERY LOW.
J,000 dozen Ladies', Gints'
and Children's new Fall and
Xow is the time to purcha.se
while our stock is full an 1
complete. 1,000 pairs Fos
Novelties, in all Departments.
Ye hare in this department
the finest display of Ladies',
jUsse! UUtl Children S (Jar JientS
. , . . .
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Wildman'p Home-aiide, best
In the world.
USE "STRALEY BRAND"
Best in the market for the money,
a mixture of 31 iracaibo, Jstj and
Kio. SPICED SWEET TICKLES.
AND MIXED PICKLES.
'Oil AT Toousm
Also, a fall line of Game and
Poultry. Fre-h Oysters Dally.
Fancy Fruits a Specialty.
S. J. STilEY & CO.
18 EAST HIGH STREET.
TELXPilOXK 43. Free DeliTery.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Corner Went UlEh tlnil Walnut Alley.
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