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SrRINGFIELD, O., J
November 25, 1SS6. J
Store Closed all day.
The string's not broken.
We pick it up and go on, to
the annoyance of many, but to
the advantage of every man,
youth, boy or child who wears
We annoy little dealers ;
why? Because it has fallen
to our lot to possess manufac
turing advantages, giving the
necessary ability to cut down
prices below a possibility of
There's three dollars in
every twelve that we don't
count when we dish out over
coats. And just this sort oi
thing has brought over to us
such of the trade of Spring
field and vicinity as read,
think, deliberate and reason.
II we offer overcoats for $5,
that other dealers ask $S for,
or overcoats for $S that are
sold the country over as lead
ers at $10, there must be a
reason for it, and it's just as
easy as A. B. C.
We make the garments
there are no one else's profits
Aside from making, there
are merchants who could il
they would, deal as proper as
We'd like to show up a
handsome plaid suit for a man
at six dollars-and-a-half. An
other with less handsome but
warm and serviceable at five
dollars. We'd like to take
you through suits made for
fine dress occasions, one to
four button cutaway frocks,
Prince Alberts and the like,
and we tell you plainly, we
won't bother you with a thirtj
dollar price on a twenty dollar
suit ; or we won't say to you,
go through the various shops
on a looking expedition and
lastly come to us and we'll
Prices don't change at the
When, neither do suspenders
go in with pant sales unless
Children's suits and over
coats were never better.
Springfield's Only One Price
Jersey Sweet Potatoes,
uuiK am) c.i
The Finest in the City.
J. 1. NiUFFER
0. 13 EAST HIGH STREET.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Tna Latest Information Eeteiveil Today
From all Parts of the
SI-Slirj.Iiilnmllt Finest Ililt Hi" Killed
Have n string to Them lllen.es
III Olilo, Mr. TIileea
Civciwvti O.Nov. 25. "Have jnu
jet ili-jxivnl of the indictments against
Murat llah.te.vd ana Deacon Iticliinl
Muitli, of tin" ('imincrcldl Giizcttt, ami
John IL Mrl.t'jti. of the Enquirer, for
publishing lotterj advertisements?" was
aked of Judge ltoih rtson.
"Thej have tieen ili-tv-e! of." s,iid tilt'
judge, "but tliere has been a lisiosition to
to keep the matter a si-cret. The defend
ants iiix'lartil the advertisements
sMke of drawings past onl), ami
claimed that the law tliil not appl) in -noli
a-es. I showed where the statute had been
amended to coer them. Then it was
claimed that the indictments were too in
definite. The Commercial Oazctte was,
for instance, published b) an incorporated
companj. and it was desired thit it lie
shown lion Halstead and binith hid an
thing to do with It. I overruled all the ob
jections, and the limit of the law being
-100 tine, and under the assurance of all
the defendants that the) had not published
anj lottery advertisement for two jears.
and would neer again so offend. I lined
them S50 and costs each, and suspc'iided the
line until the should again in that wa
THE PEOPLE'S ILLS.
Itrnnrliltlii anil Mraslea Leading, with
Diphtheria and Malaria Close.
Cot 1 iii s, N'ov. 2. From reports to
the Ohio state board of health it Is shown
thit for the week ending baturda) noon.
November JO, lb5 cases of acute bronchitis
and 170 cases of measles were reported
The observation extended ser fort) -tour
principal counties. Other diseases were as
Malarial fever S5. pneumonia 3U, diph
theria 62. diarrheal trouble 43, ccusuui
t.on 32, er)sipelas 30. t)phoid fever S.1,
pleurisv Is, -carlet fever 40. croup lti.
whooping cough 10. Acute bronchitis is
the prevailing disease. As compared with
bronchitis, pneumonia. er)sipelas and
diarrheal troubles have increased. Mala
rial fever, tjplioul terer. scarletfever have
decreasei!, and consumption, pleuris).
croup and whooping cough remain
about the same. Measles are reported
in man) places. In -Cincinnati last
week there were 133 cases of measles. 11)
cases of diphtheria, and 12 deaths.
Crtiu Chief Droirned in the MiMiuri
IJi-MAUh, Dak.. Nov. 25 It is reported
here that sev en Indians "Dig Thunder."
the Crow chief, among the number were
drowned while attempting to cross the
Missouri river at a point about ten miles
north of here. "Hig Thunder" was one of
the mo-t famous chiefs of the Crow nation
and his son. White Eagle, is said to have
been vv ith the pirty w hen the accident oc
durrtil. The Indians were crossing to join
a band of their tribe which started out to
wreck vengeance on the Sioux, who killed
a number of Crows several dajs ago.
There arc reports that several miners at
ijiius were frozen dunning the blizzard.
A Terror Tired Out.
Coi.l mui, Ind., Nov. 25. "Buck"
McKinne), ten )ears ago, while serving a
life sentence for murder, was pardoned, the
act being the last official one of Tom Hen
dricks as gov enior. Since then McKinne)
has been a terror to southern Indiana, three
men having been acquitted of having nearlv
killed him at as man) different times. A
few months ago his wife obtained a divorce
from him, and )es enla), broken in health
and suffering froui old wounds, Huck pre
sented himself at the Jeffersonville prison
and asked to be allowed to serve his time
out, but w as refused.
For lilac kiuatling Congressmen.
VsIII.l, Nov. 25. The district
commissioner- jesterda) announced their
decision in the police scandal. Major
W alker, the chief of police, is allowed to
resign. Lieutenant Arnold Is dismissed,
I.'eutuiant Kell) is suspended for three
months without pa); I'nvate Edclin is dis
missed, and fcergeant Diggnis is reduced
to the ranks.
C vt vvvh v, Nov. 25. 15) the accidental
discharge of a gun m the hands of (.eorge
eazell, while hunting last Saturda), Lewis
Jones was wounded m the right thigh
ijuite a large imrtion of a charge of bird
shot entered the member, but no verv seri
ous results are apprehended at this time . .
The bod) of MA. Willi mi Heflle). nee
.ilia Kunyaii, who died m Illinois last
siimuier. was brought in and interred at
Vsbury last -jaturdav. The dwelling
house occupied b) Alfred Noithrup, in the
east part of the township, on W II Itun
van's farm, was eietro)e dl) fire last vvi ek
Hut few household goods vv re saved .
J ones II Burgess took four loads of
mrkc)s to I'rbana last week. Most people,
judging from tin.-, will show theirtliankful
uess Thursda) by devouring tnrke) ..
Hev. G. II. Kenned) will preach the
I hauksgiv mg sermon at the M. E. church,
l'hur-dav. It is to be a union service. In
the evening the services vvitl be at the M
1' hurch James Co-tello is at home oil
dirt) on account of sickness J. 11
1'age's new house in the village will soon
he ten!) to be occupied ..Kev.Mr Dalb)
preached a stirring sermon at the
M. K. clurch last Sunda) night. .
Fifteen candidates were mustered in at
the last meeting of the Sons of Veterans,
this would indicate a very health) growth,
indeed Win Ilrown's new bam, in the
1st end. is fast Hearing completion. . . -Luther
Jones has the timbers read) for the
construction of a coinmodi jus birn as soon
js spring opens l'atrick Cahill is still on
die lookout for a small hoinesteud of live or
-i acies, he wants to buj, if lie can not, he
will Iikel) return to Wales in the spring
I o, () , Nov H Kemember the (i
. K fe-tival riianksgiving evening m the
noli tow n hall IOnu have no turkev
pared at home it will be on deck tliere
.John A. Collier has closed the eon
ut for the Clajton projierty on east
mi street at 3450.00. and will
on mov e there ... Mr. Thomas
lm- rented Mrs. .sprv iss's nrooerte
.1 , ill fiwm tiiieft intn It wime I9.I1
getting off the train at Enon station. left
r pockelbook m the seat. Tliecoinlue-
- Mr Cerlins left it with Mr. Klduell.
at hnon station. I'art) uescnuing it
get it Thomas J. Montgomer) , who
and fractured ins leg some time
o Is around on crutches
ain . . .Mrs. Minnich - Smith. of
iringfield, is the guest of Mrs. A. It Dun-
u fi.c flnehlj. r.f T'ntnii f"iti Ind
visiting her brother, Eddie, of this plan
.virs l.inaamoiKi. oi ivansas, is visum;;
daughter. Mrs. mciiaru rrj. souinvji
Enon Walter Hamaker, paid his home a
fl)ing visit last week ..Auditor O. F
Sn1ss was m town last Saturday.
Nl.w (' vitl il I Nov 2i - The fact that
we have a gang of thieves ,vho have betn
making this village their base of operations
cannot, in view of rec nt developments, be
disputed. 'I heie have been noticed for some
time a miintitrnf )oung men loalmg around
our street corners and frequent patrons of
our saloons who are without an) visible
means of support, vi t of some secret means
the) keep up some show of respeetablllt)
and manage to live. s stated, smie facts
have come to light late!), that go to show
that tlie pilfering and cttv stealing whiih
has been goui on litre is done b) our own
fellow-citizens, and that the parties are
well organised ami work on a s)stematic
plan tliere em be no doubt Kobes, whips,
uliukt'ls, vvht at, t lov erseed, calves, beef
hides, turkev s, ami, in fact evtr)tluug that
can lie turned into mom) with the least
possible labor or d mger. Tro) and hpring
lield have been the plvces of sale, and so
Ixildl) Ins this business lieen carried on
that the parties are well known, et our citi
zens are making no effort to rid themselves
of the mimnie. We don't like to sa) that
our liest citizens are living in fear, or that
there is a reign of terror here, but we do
sa) that our people are not meeting the evil
with that nerve and determination that the
good name of our villiage and the safet) of
propcrt) demands. The rascals have on
more than one occasion, in order to intimi
date the propertv holders and dc
investigatioii. made use of the torch.
Incendiary work has been boldly
threateded, and still no ef
fort is made to break up the gang, or pun
ish the v illalns. When suspicious charac
ters bolillv offer stolen goods for sale on our
streets, and citizens of vv limn vv e had a
right to expect lielter things are eager J
purchasers, liecause the articles weie sold
cheap, and even attempt to secret the '
goods, when the) knew the proper owners
were m search of the same, it shows a bad ,
state of affairs. Our officers seem to be
powerless when crime is rampant, and
well-known thieves walk our streets boldl)
Hut let a cow or a horse stra) for a moment
from its owner, the) are very read) to per
form their official dut). and hasten for the
fees. Even let a few pigs wander from a'
neighboring farm and thev are lmuiiced up-,
on b) our officers, like the eagle doe- upon
Its pre) If the) are so valiant then, and
if the farmer's bo) is sent in search
of the stra)ed proiHTt), he. too. is
immediatel) airested and put into prison.
but a notorious thief can do as he pleases,
and our heroic officers are helpless to pre
vent. Mi line upon such work, and it is a ,
shame to any corporate commuuitv to have'
such a set ot imbeciles in authoritv. . The '
efforts of our churches to sta) the tide of
crime, that appears to lie growing in mag-f
mtude at this place, deserve the supjMirt
of even good citizen, whether he is a church
member or not . The union sen ices at
the Christian church on babbath evening
last was unusuall) interesting The Kev I
Mr Choite delivered a remarkable sermon .
on the evils of intemperance, which was'
listened to with marked attention by a '
large and appreciative audience. At the ,
close of the serviie a citizens' meeting was
called to meet at Town hall, Mturda)
evening, to consider the matter of Sabbath
desecration ami to adopt some means of
closing the saloons of the village. It is
hoped that our citizt us will take hold of
this mitttr, and uphold the hands of those
who are disposed to take the lead. The
evil Is a gigantic one, and em not be-suppressed
an) too soon. N'ovv is the time to
have something jiractical; we have hid talk
enough. The law is vv ide enough in its pro
v iioiis to meet the case. Let an educate'
public sentiment come forward and
sa) to the damnable influence of the saloon-
"Thus far thou shalt come "
The health of this coliimunit) was never
better. The sanitar) condition of the Gem
is number one. hence the freedom from dis
ease. The removal of the slaughter houses
outside of the corporate limits of the vil
lage, was a great step towards health
There are some other tilth places that need
attention et I,et our officers look after
the health of the eommuit) . .11. II. Dail)
has returned from delivering trees, but
does not reimrt the best of success. He has
the svmpatli) of man) friends . Our Bo
hemian oats note-holders are waiting for
something to turn up The) do not care to
press the collection of the claims at present
but hope that the sill) granger will soon
come and pa) up and be more careful here
after We noticed the Ciamj)ton City
Time man looking around after the inter
ests of that remarkable paier, but our jieo-
ple have had enough of such in.ediciiie, ami
prefer to siipHirt the old reliable. The re
publican part) ot Clirk count) need but
one official organ, and we of the countr)
districts promise to sta) b) the
one that has never failed us
and its name is the (.loin III i-i m ir ..
The Central High school at Forg)'s is doing
a good work for our countr) cousin. 1'rof
Dunham setms to be well liked and is fast
proving himself to be a workman in the
Held of education, that need not to be
ashamed The) have organized a literar)
soeiet), established a librar) and have pro
vided for a eour-e of lectures, nrst class in
talent, all example that other townships
would do well to follow .The members
of the M E ( hurch held a donating p irt)
at the re-uleiK e of tluir loved pastor, the
Kev Mr. daddis. on I'm-di) evening last,
which was well attended, and the wants of
the n verend and f.uiiii) were not neglected
a grand simal tune was had Our soeiet)
trie Del- are up with the times and have or
gmueda progressive euchre part), where
nianv pleasant hours ire sent. The) meet
once a week J. II Johnson, of )our
citv, Intel) j urcliased part of the (iri-t
farm, and is making some decided improve
ments on the plaie. He has one of the
best farms m the west end of the count). A
city firmer sometimes prov es a suce ess, at
least Mr. Johnson is showing a taste and an
enterprise in the management of Ills farm
thus far that point-toward success.
I Horrible form
Of malarial di-e.es.' is dumb ague. Constant
drowsiness, sleeqi lute rniptcd b) athlllsiic
eeetled b) a consuming heat, and that b) an
exhausting sweat. A sensation as of numb
ness from cold, but no shaking attends it.
Hosteller's Mouiai h Hitters mv inablv eradicate-
it though it is the most obstinate
foni of niia-ini born disea-t. To compiir
it with quinine is as unpos-ible as to bt
tledown Gibraltar with a howitzer. Mila
rial disorders ot tvtr) kind are attended
with derangement of the liver, a filet
evinced bv the saffron tint vvliiih the skin
assuues in such discise-. Fortius s)m
tom, .is vvell as for ttseiuse. the Hitters is
a certain rcmed) Constipation dspep-ia,
rheumatism and in utiv it) of the kidne)s
and bladder, are also relieved bv this tine
Colonel Oeorge Sintz and Lieutenant Ed
1'eters, Hatttry E, left this morning for
anesville to attend the prize drill and ban
quet to be given by Hattery C, of that city,
this evening. While at Xinesvill Lieuten
ant Peters will be examined as to his quali
fications for serving as an officer in the O
Columbus Jourmtl Last night a dele
gation from Springfield Tyixiraphieal
Union No. 117. eoinpo-ed of J. Ed Osbon.
Charles, E. Hill, Will (i. White, John W.
Osbon, William Dae, came over to attend
the funeral of Frank J Turne) this morn
ing. The bovs at the Central and Western en
gine liou-es had their annual turke) raffles
ABOUT THE CITY.
A Hurried Forenoon Survey of the City as
it Appears on a
Pleasant surprise nl elon' l!iilne Col.
lege Court Vtielter V llrtital llu.hintl
The i:iks to Take n llenellt
CilJ New flefierally.
The facult) of Nelson's business college
perivtrated a ver) successful and enjoyable
surprise last night umiu the active da)
scholars of the Institution. Yesterda) the
Messrs. Nelson quiet!) told the pupils, a
few at a time, to drop up into the college in
the evening, as there might be a few cigars,
and ver) likel) a little ice cream, or some
thing of the kind The ladies were given
a similar tip, minus the cigars, of course
The result was most astonishing. When
s o'clock List evening arrived one hundred
regular da) scholars of the college
assembled in that spacious institu
tion to hud two great tables
laid for luncheon, and the ante-rooms nlled
with .material for a feast. It was a straight
case of surnrise right through.
Representatives of the (il.oiiK-ltFPt in ir
and the (lazctte were present last evening
as invited guests, but took onl) a modest
part In the ceremonies until it came to the
supper. The fore part of the evening was
spent in animated social pleasures, includ
ing many games in which the ladies, who
composed no small part of the audience.
tooK a llvel) part Lunch vv as serv ed at 10
o'clock, and consisted of a v er) choice repist
of chocolate icecream, vanilla ice cream, as
sorted cake, baniuas, oranges, apples,
grapes, nuts. etc.. sen est by the gentlemen
of the faculty, who on this occasion
laid afcide the dlgnit) of preceptorship anil
entered into the spirit of ever) thing with a
ze-t The supper received distinct justice,
afv hich tile Messrs. VeNon capped the
cl mat of their hospitality bv passing around
b ixes of admirable Havanas. and the room
wis soon redolent of Spanish tohveco.
Several hours more were spent in sociil
pleasures and then the assembly of ban
qeetters adjourned Considering that the af
fair was nearly impromptu, it was a very
How a oung Fellow dot Mixed lTp In
(letting n Marriage, License.
The latest on Deputy Jim. Cummings.
the veteran of the probate court, is a
thoroughly good one. A few days ago a
oung man appeared at the probate court
ami asked for a marriage license. He is a
well-known )oung fellow, and both hejand
the )cning lail) whom he was to marr)
move in excellent circles. The oung fel
low was appropriately confiistsl over his
mission, but gave his own and the l.id)'s
liaise and was handeci the important iloeu
meiit b) Deput) Cummings He murmured
his thanks, planked down sev ent) -fiv e
cents, and left. Deputy Cumuungs re
turned to his vv ntlng.
A few minutes later the prospective brldo
groom came rushing back like Hades beat
ing tanbark breathless, panting, retl and
"rattled." "Is it too late to change that
license?" he demanded asthmaticall) of the
deputy. He was told that any necessar)
change could be made, "Well, here, then,"
he gasped, "Change this name I was so
flurried .a while ago that I'm svvltcJied If I
didn't give) ou the name of in) soon-to-be
mother-in-law the girl's mother, 'stead of
the girl herself Hurry for He-e-a-v-en's
sake. And say gresit snakes, there ain't
been no reporters here since I left, have
they ? '
The change was made and he left com
I'or Theater (iolngt of Springfield.
I'rof. J. W. Fletcher gave another one of
his attractive and entertaining Illustrated
lectures to a fair-sized audience at Black's
ojiera house last night. The lecture was
given in a brief Introductory vva) on old
Ireland, and the Illustrations the finest ever
produced in this city, and were thorough!)
appreciated b) those present.
IVNVTOOIl AT Ill.Afk's.
This afternoon and this evening the peer
less Maude Granger will produce her new
and successful dramas, "The I'rinia
Donna" this afternoon. and to
night "L)tivvood." Miss (.ranger is
one of the most charming women on the
American stage, and no ilouht large audi
ences will greet her at each entertain
nient Doors ojien for matinee at 2 o'clock
IMIIMTE KA.K! T TIIL iltM.
This afternoon and evening Kichard
Mausheld will hold forth at the Grand
opera house in "I'rnice Karl," assisteel by
his company of celebrateni theatrical peo"
ple. Those wanting good seats should not
fail to procure them at once, as the sale
has been v ery large.
FA-.TV.sVIV. VT THE f.lSVMI.
Mr llanbn, of Ilanlon Ilros. celebrated
spectacular pla) "Fantasnia," is in thecit)
today completing arrangements for the ap
iiearance ot their company at the Grand ou
Mond.i) andTuesda) nights the 2'Jth and
tilth of November As this is one of the
strongest pla) s of the kind on the roid
crovviltfl houses no doubt will witness each
A BRUTAL HUSBAND.
Aliee Jlunhar Alleges shorklng Cruelly
as ,rnuud for Ulvoree.
By her attorney George S. Dial, Esq.,
Alice Dunbir has filed suit for divnne
from Frank Dunbar. The parties are col
orc-cl and were married m this cit) April
12, 1-sj. Five weeks later, when they
livesl in Yellow Springs, she sa)she pound
ed her with his lists until she was almost
unconscious. From that time his assaults
were of dail) occurrence. She cliarges
that m February, lssj, at Delaware, while
she was sick III bed and in a sinking spell,
to winch she was subject, he tried to
smother her by placing both hands over her
mouth, no-e and face, and thereby keep
her fiom getting her breath. In doing this,
she says he pressed down on her face witli
all his weight, and nearly caused her death
A week later, in the same place, he threw
her violentl) to the floor, choked her, and
in other wa)s violentl) abused her and
threatened to kill her In .March of the
siuie year, they were walking along the
street together ill Delaware, when he be
came angry, and striking her with his hst.
knocked her against a lamp jiost, at the
ame tune threatening her life. She left
him in January, 1N45. Site asks for di
vorce ami restoration to her ma'den name
The defendant is in Hlchmond, Ind.
The GuiUh-UEPl HLIC article Tuesday
night calling attention to the dangerous pit
falls In front of David West's, on west
High street, has borne Immesliate fruit
Council adopted a resolution the same even
ing directing him to put them in good con
dition at once.
XVttrk of n Hough.
As a farmer named Epliralm Carnes, of
Vienna, was driving across the east Main
street railroad tracks yesterday afternoon
he was struck in the right eye with a rock
thrown by one of a party of young roughs
and badly injured. He may lose the e)e.
VALUABLE HORSE STOLEN.
Jnmr H Uieley l.mes a line Ray 3Iaro on
Brief mention was mule esterday of a
hue horse having been stolen from James
I Hale). On Tuesda) night Mr. Hale)'s
stable, on the old Harrison firm, about a
mile east of thecit). was entered, the thief
effecting an entrance by forcing the lock ou
on the door. A hoise and two woolen
blankets, one a light gra) ami the other a
brown, mid a lioi.se cover, were taken
When Mr. Haley went to the stable yester
day morion.-, he discovered his loss anil at
once) untitled his neighNir-. No trace of
either thief or the stolen property could be
found, and Mr. Halev came to town and
put the matte r in the hands of the police
He dese'rilHil the stolen auiuial as a dart
bay mare, seven years old, about lVj
hands high. weighing perhaps 1.200 pounds
She has a mark on the left front foot.where
the was hurt at onetime, and the hair did
Cluwf Walker immediately had postal
cards printed, giving a description of the
missing prtqierty. These he sent all over
the country to the xlice itithorlties, offer
ing a reward of ;' for the rtvovcry of the
mire, and S2" for the apprelietisiou of the
G I Ins morning Frank Schart. a workman
in the Champion M ichine Co 's works, who
resides about thrcs1 miles ev-t of the city
rvpnrteel to Officer Wilson that on Tuesday
night some thief had stolen his light open
buggy, and up to this tune he had obtained
no trace of it He was of the opinion that
t lie man who stole Mr Haley's horse also
stole his buggy The police are on the
lookout for the bugg).
Mrs. sjhellah-irger anil llinghter Halted
Two f.eiitleitien Moppetl In Mndrlvrr
On Tuesday nijlit almut 9 o'clock, as
Mrs. Shellabarger and her daughter were
returning home from a meeting of the i
Daughters of Cebekah, the) werebadl)
startled by a linn springing out in flout of;
them at the corner of Mam and Kace I
treets and ordering them to halt. They
were frightened terribly for an instant, but ,
lecovering themselves, callesl for help. Ai
man who hapieiied to be near went to
their assistam e. and the fellow who had
halted them disappeared Who the footpad
was is not known, but his object vv as prob
Shortly after 3 o clock the same night a
similar occurrence took place in the Mad
river bridge, just west of the city. Two
young men, Mike rCi-dell and Harry
Su.hpiliMrL. iicnt tin. Inn infii limn in n
buggy, ami as they were crossing the bridge j
some man stopped the horse and ordered
them to give up their wallets. They struck
tue horse with the whip ami managed to
get awa), but the fellow evidently intended
to hold them up.
l-att sail Kite,.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Edward II.
Barnes occurred at 11 o'clock Wednesda)
forenoon at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ludlow. US east High street. The
serv ices vv e're priv ate. Dr. John T. Rose
conducted an impressive and touchiiigburial
service. The lloral offerings about the
casket were ver) exnuisite. The pall
bearers were Frank C. (mode. Will Mur
phy, 1'erc) Norton, Will Foos. Dr. Bucking
ham. Kichard Huntington. Ad. itodgers
and Will RabbitU. The grief-stricken husU
band will remain in Springfield for a time.
The remains of the late Mrs James
Blair were received from the east at noon
esterda) and committed to Ferncliff cem
etery. Itereption to lie,. I. VV. Smith.
The Mansheld Ojiln .Yens, of Tuesday
The congregation of SL Luke's English
Lutheran church tendered an Interesting re
ception to their popular pastor, the Rev. D.
W. Smith, at l'iiilharmoiiic hall last even
ing. Over 175 iiersons were presenuamong
them the Iter 's Dr Hron-on, (!. M. Kemp,
II. A. Sumrell. J A. Anderson. O. W.
Huddleston and S. A. (ieorge. The Hev.
D. J. Mee-e sent his regrets A bountiful
supper was spread and a splendid social
tune was. enjoyed until 11 o'clock. The
e linn h is making elaborate preparations for
a Christinas tree entertainment
Such jKiunds as the friends and parishion
ers laid on Dr. Vincent's table Tue-day ev
ening, have convinced hun that for all his
honest, conscientious pounding of gospel
truth into his hearer-, it has rebounded in
worldly goods, pound for jiouiid. Even one
friend would insist that one of Spring
field's heaviest turkeys weighed onl) a
poubd on the doctor's table. It was a gen
erous social, indeed, and the doctor de
clares he took the heaviest iiouiiiiiiig he has
thus far received that evening. He holds,
however, tint as an honorable resentment
he intends to return blow for blow.
Owen Biggins, a pipeman of the water
works, residing on the avenue just north of
Ligondi avenue, has some very hue tur
keys which have excitesl the cupidity of
some thieve-, in the East End. Yesterday
afternoon the) attempted to steal some of
the turke) s, but were discovered by the
owner in time to thwart the attempt. Mr.
Higgins gavechise to the thieves, but the)
ese-aied. He recognized at least one of
them, however, and the fellow will be ar
restesl as soon as he can be found.
Hussell M. Seeds, of the Timrx, and Miss
Carrie M Douglas will be married at t
o'clock this evening at the residence of the
bride's parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Potter,
of north Limestone street The invitations
ire limited '1 he oung couple will leave
for a short trip to New York. Washington
and the east
Dr. J. I'. Dugan and Miss Carrie M. Tib
betts will be married today.
l'lineral or eeirj;e XVehl,
The funeral of (Ieorge Webb, of Vienna,
who died on Tuesda) morning, will occur
this afternoon The interment will be at
Ferneliff. The funeral procession will ar
rive in the eity about : o'clock, and be met
near the stand pipe grounds by a large
body of Odd Fe-llows. Mr. Webb having
bis u a member of Ephraim lodge, this
city. They will escort the remains to the
Ouitean set blent.
An unknown tramp was very' seriousl)
hurt near Osboni, Tuesda) aftiTiioon. He
was stealing a ride on a passenger train,
and as it nearest the station he attempted to
jump olf. and in so doing fell under the
cirs, several of which passed over his lower
limbs, crushing them. He was taken to
Dayton, it being almost impossible for him
to surv iv e.
Yesterday afternoon. In the jiolice court,
Dick Martin, h. C. House, (Ieorge Thomp
son and Charles Britten were eacli fined SI
and costs f'ir loitering. Charles Welton
and John Huskins were given the same
dose each for being drunk and disorderly,
and (ieorge Stelzig got the same fine for
lliisinessTratisnc teil 11 the Several Ward
The ward Itaar committees held a I
meeting 111 Teniienince Hall )estenla) aft
ernoon. About lift) ladles and a few gen- i
tlemen were prc-ent. Nearly all of the
wards reportesl that the) were organized
and ready for work. The chairmen of the '
eouiniitttss are as follows j
Second, Mrs. Dr Tec-garden, Third. Mrs i
J. A. Dinwiddle Fifth, Miss AbbieMemer '
Sixth, Mrs. A. W. Ot-tot; Seventh and j
Fourth, Mrs o C. Wheeler ,
Eighth and First. Mrs. F. Dan-,
forth, assisted by Mrs Llleu
Church. Ninth. Mrs U. N. Stilt The
wards will be canvassed at once for fancv
work ami such like to be sM at the biar
and for provisions to be eaten at the sup
pe r tint will be served each evening in the
W. C. T I" room of the hall
The ward committees detidcd to super
intend the supjier as follows
Second, Tue-d.i) evening. December 21 ,
Fifth, Wedne-da), December 22. Sixth. !
Thursday, December 21, Seventh. From
December 21 Saturdiv. December 21
the Third ward will give a Christmas din
ner and oysters will lie served for
siipier, hightli and First, Monday
December 27 Ninth, Tuesdi)
December 2S. 1 'ersoiis ein have their choice
of suppers, oyster or regular. The meet
ing adjourned till Wednesday afternoon
December 8. s the net proceeds of the
Bazar will go toward the hall debt and all
the temperance folks are interestesi in hav
ing the same paid off, the Bazar is likely
to be well patronized.
THE ELKS TO BENEFIT.
The Ltttl Tjronn to He (i,en at the
(rand on Nevr enr'n liny.
At the regular meeting of Springfield
lodge of Elks last night Chanes DeLeon, of
the Loudo'i clothing compan). and Herbert
Wiley, of Huffman A Uichter's, were initi
ated as members.
Manager Trump tendered the Elks the
gratuitous use of the Omul oixra house for
New Year's day. on w hie h occasion two
grand ierfomiances. matinee and evening,
will be givtn. It is probable that the
famous opera, "'I he Little Tycoon." will
be given It will be the social and dra
matic event of the- season
I. ( C I'. Kir. IH.II.
OiM-Ihe Lodge. N'o I O. 0. F. held
its annual election list night, with the fol
Noble (irund. Charles Cool.
Vice Crand. t.uenther Kessel.
Secretary, (iiistav I'.ichestard.
Permanent Secretary . (Ieorge Hartman
Treasurer, Adam Schmidt
Trustees. Alex, (inienevvald. Philip
Schmidt and Oenrge Schmidt.
Past draud. Oenrge 'soller, of "t Paris
the "father of (ioethe jxlue. was in at
tendance upon the ele tiou.
Springheld lodge'. No. ., elect officer
tomght, and K lii.uiu lodge. No. 1-M, to
The cigars are on Amos Miller, the genial
clerk to Mayor Ooodwin. Lit night hi
purchased a bouncing big turkey, and whih
on his way home he laughed quietly tc
himself when he thought what a roya
roast it would make. He stopped at Simtl
A. Co-'s drug store and after exhibiting In
turkey to admiring bystanders put ltelowi,
near the door. .After chatting with "somt
friends awhile Amos turned. to leave..H(.
looteVrfSniTs turkey , buT"looked lii vain
It was gone where the woodbine twinet'i.
Somebody had faked it and mo mourned
German Literary society.
At its meeting list night the German
Literary society elected the following offi
cers for the ensiling year
President William Bikhaus.
Vice president Mrs. William llakhau-.
Secretary Prof. August Mamuies.
Treasurer Adam Schmidt.
Trustee August Vhnelder.
The Jury ot .Igreeil.
At 8 o'clock Ust evenin; the jury in tin
case of A Wilson vs. Andrew Plielan was
called in by Judge White and dismissed
until Friday morning. This Is the famous
calf case mentioned yesterday. The costs
are already immense. The jury was
charged and sent out at i o'clock.
Tim Connell, under bond of Sr.00 from
the mayor's court for the alleged robbery
of Mrs. Vesey.of Bloouiiiigsburg, Ind., hail
a rehearing before Probite Judge Millei
)e--terday afternoon It was late last nighi
when the testiinonv and arguments wen
concludesl. Judge Miller again bound Con
nell over to court
An Klegant Tarty.
The part) given by Mr-. J. E Buxton at
her residence. N'o 191 east High street Lis'
night was one of the most elegant of the
kind ever given in this city The music
was furnished by Wood's orchestra, ami
the a-seiiibled guests passed away tin
hours In the mazes of the dance.
Ke.iaon to lie Tlinukrtil.
The ever faithful police nfherrs do noi
get a day off. They perform their dutii
Jc'ie clays in the year, yet -cune weak mind
ed wretches are everlastingly giving them
thunder. Springheld iieople have reasoi
to be thankful that the eity Is mi wel
Anniversary of n Iregeely.
Two years ago last night. Thanksgivnu.
eve. Dr. Maxwell, crazed with poverty
poisoned hinislf and three children at his
home on Mound street The balance died
but he recovered and afterwards handed
himself to death in jail.
The Handsome lliltig.
Schneider Bros., the brewers, pre-ented
each and every einilo)e with a handsome
turke) tills uiomiiix for Thanksgiving.
B) act of congress each soldier, sailor or
marine who served m the arm) or liar) of
the I'liited states, both regular and volun
teer. whether the) died in serv ice or since
their muster out or discharge, and whose
graves are unmarked, will be furnished
headstones b) the United States. 0. A. I!
po-ts should ssj to it that no soldier's grave
Xenia (Juzeffe' The tuiieral of Mrs.
btafford, at New Carlisle, takes place to
da). An effort was made to have fhe offi
cers escort her )oimg son, W. E. Stafford,
who is in jail here charged with burglar),
to the funeral, but owing to the risk of his
being taken awa) from them on a writ of
hnlica eon(, the court refused to grant
On Wednesday, Des-ember 1st, Elmer J.
Whitele) , of the Champion Machine com
pany, will be married to Miss Maude
Baughman, of Osborn. Hie wedding will
take place at the home of the bride at Os
born, and will be private.
Dr. Henr) Haldwin left vesterda) tor
Saratoga Springs Carbon count), V)omlng
territory, to accept a Mattering iwsition on
the Union I'acilic railroad, as contract
SPECIAL BARGAIN :
LidieV Scarlet 3Icdicated Yesf
and Drawers, $1 each, worth
$l.o. Soft and Nightly goods.
Ladles' Camel II Ur I'lnlemear.
Ladies' .Merino Underwear.
Ladies' Cartwright S. Warner Lnder-
ME.VS UXIIEim EAR -A Snperb Hie
oTnew, medium an1 line grades.
4" I Ml .-,0 LIMESTO.VE ST.
N B Special sale Saturday of Cloaks
AT THE OPERA HOUSE
For Ladies, Gents and Chil
And Ciimel's Hair Garments.
Now open and in stock. Cer
tainly the largest and best
line of Underffear we have
PRICES VERY LOW.
2,000 doen Ladies', Gents'
and Children's new Fall and
Now is the time to purchase
while our stock is full and
complete. 1,000 pairs! Fos
Novelties in all Departments.
We have in this depirtmeut
the finest display of Ladies',
Hisses' and Children's Garments
to be lound in this city. Exam
inoourCIoiks before purchasing.
Il MEAT !
WililmaaV Hoiue-raide, best
In the world.
USE "STRALEY BRAND"
Itest In the market far the miner,
a mixture of M traraibn, Jira and
R!o. M'ICED SWEET PICKLES.
AND MIXED PICKLES.
Also, a fall line of Game and
Poultrj. Fre.-h Ojsters lull;.
Fancy Fruits a Specialty.
S. J. STRALEY i CO.
18 EAST HIGH STREET.
TELEPHONE 43. Free DelWerj.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
wRoomsIn Buckingham'! Building. over-r
M-Muxphy X Bro.'a Store.-
Special attention given to the preatrrlngot
JTrriirtCTftTii ciiwi nri nw