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SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC.
SPKESTGF1ELD, 0 TlKSDAY EVENING, N(Yi:IHER 30 1886.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
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WiSHlldTON. X.T VI Ohio
Occislmal llKtit ruins or
snows; nearly stationary
November 30, 1S86.
This is an advertisement
for more trade. Don't read
if you're afraid we'll tempt you
to buy things you haven't use
for, simply because they're
good and cheap and handsome
and durable, and all that sort
We're not after your last
dollar; the first 5, io, 15 or
20 is good enough for us, and
for it you will receive from the
a warm winter suit or over
coat, which for shape, fit,
stuff, hang and looks you
wouldn't better in a month's
looking. You couldn't. It
isn't to be expected. It's use
less to try, for you lose your
time, and that's money, be
sides you lose the profit we
have gained or you through
We count for you
A DEAD LOSS!
of at least twenty per Cent. OI1 ,
ll 1 -J .- f 1.L
all mop jys laid out lor ciotn-
inn outside of the WHEN
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StOCK. II 'OU don t tind It in ,
the buyinrr price you'll find it ,
.r . .
(when too late) in the weara
bleness of garments bought.
Stick a pin in this and look
wild where you pay out your
Fresh from our Utica fac
tory today : Seventeen black
heaver nvprrmtn men's sizes
beayer overcoats, mens sizes,
at ten'dollafs each
Twenty-five knee-pant suits
Of Some gOodpeSS, Sl-50 per
e.r Q:vPr,-x.-nfl,s' ,m.tn-
ouiw si.ai.s.. ;v
tion Montagnac beaver over
coats, S9 each.
Fat men's overcoats in two
qualities, ten and fifteen dol
lars. Fur gloves to drive in, kid
gloves to walk In, mittens to
work in, and others.
Whatever is to be bought
in the line of men's furnish
ings for Chistmas, see the
WHEN stock while you have
Springfield's Only One Price
UU1K AM) CAN,
The Finest in the City.
HO. 13 EAST HIGH STREET.
J. 1, IFF
DR. J. G. OLDHAM,
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A
No, B E. Main Street.
NIGHT-RIDERS AND ROBBERS
Murderous Bands in Missouri Wholesale
Robbery of Chinese in Texas
Kiittniunkf .! loose n IMiii In South
Cnrollun, Hint llnllwnj Track la
swept Auxj I'miM A.snrt-
By the ssoc sled Press
sr. I.01 i. nv SO. A stay of execu
tion lias been granted in tlio cases of W. II.
I. Mawvcll, l'reller's munlcrer, and the
c'huiee vvlui were under sentence to be
hauosl January 1st, until February 1st, in
order Hint a transcriiit of tlie cases may be
finished before and an appeal taken.
A spcvHl from Hie Sprinss Texas. says
A most darinc; robber has been roniniitted
at Morila the first sidlnr 01 the line of tlio
Texas A l'acihc railway, ten miles west of
lure, at uiidnbrht last illicit- lhc onl m-
liabitants of the place are a iranK of tiftj
Chinese section hands and avvhite forem in
t about iiiiilniRlit, the Chinaman were
wallet! uhi!i In almut lift masked men,
vvfio demanded their money. 1'imn rcfus
nn; to kivc up their hard-earned cash, thev
were nueata time huiiR up bj their cues until
thev cave up Uieir mone. The roliliers
tliinkine tliey had not pit all the cosh In
camp, returned and tortured one l hinanian
by lidding In tn on a hot stove until his com
rades irave up the balance of their mone.
-on S500 in all. One celestial had his cue
cut off ami was otherwise horribl tortured.
Xo arrests hae been made.
Mililcy, Iut) .V Co, nml 3Iurray Shipley
Cim i vti, No. JO. Shipley, Doisy A
Co . wholesale dr goods dealers at Fourth
and Kim streets, who recentl obtaineil an
extension from creditors, toda assigned to
S C. llaum. whose bond was fixed at StO.
000. Murray ishipiey, the senior member of
the tinu, also made an individual assign
meiit civ in; up all hi.- propert. The bond
of liis assignee is 550,000. A statement of
aets anil ItabillUes has not been made up.
but rumors are current tint the assets will
jay from '25 to J3 per cenL 1 here are no
preferences. The linn is one of the largest
in thecitv. and has hitherto been reganled
as one of tlie strongest.
St. Loiis. ov. 30. A special from
btoutlaiuL Mo., says: The White-horse
company or bald-knobbers, of Miller
count, have commenced their work. A
few nights ago tliev visited the house of
I Jack Lett, coloreil, and administered to him
.i M'vere whipping. Lett's brother, ulule-
the bald knobbers were at their wort.
J'"t in an appearance with a
rl,lt. which he discharged in
,.. mill,L uuiirs,nc oneof their num
r-r3.it is thought, killing him. He
WB Picked up bv his companion, who
Pastil carried him away. Serious trouble
m u'v, ""' u!tn "e nipht rider. -
I-c-cted. for they have left warn nirs at sev-
ral houses. The citizens have all armed
themselves, however, and are read to give
them a warm reception.
Ilnm CI tea War.
'i vv Yoith, Nov. 00. A special from
Columbia. S. C, says. The new dam
which had just been brushed at theLangley
cotton mills on the line of tbe Charlotte,
-olamo,a mt Augusta railroad, gave way
,M(,r(laj. aftcrnoon and u Is mXa almost
a com plete wreck. The water rnshed
through in a tiood fix in the pond,
and swept half a mile of
'tracks of the Charlotte, Columbia am
rU,Ivta """ i ?."!. '"l damaged tin
tracks of the South Carolina railway. All
the new and expensive, work recently com
pleted on the former road, is totally ruined,
and it will lie at least a week before the
damage can be repaired. The accident is
ascribed to a v iolent shock of earthquake,
which Is rejKirted to have been felt in that
locality Suuda) night.
lie Iir.cl.ei1 tint.
Iatmion. Nov. 30. Knifton, who was to
have fought a prize tight with bare
knuckles, to a finish, with John Smith in
Paris toda) for heav) -weight championship
of England and heavy stakes, backed out at
the last moment and refused to go to the
The amount of money up in wagers was
large, list evening, all preliminaries
having been satisfactorily airangcd, a tram
load of proinmtnt sporting men left for
Paris to witness the battle. The onl)
na-on Knifton gave for his conduct was
that he found the number of Smith's adher
erents who would attend the fight was so
much greater than his ow n friends w ho
would be present that he said he would be
unable to obtain fair pla). and concluded to
ibandon tlie contest which he felt con
vinced would be hoiieless for him in the
CmoAf.o. Nov. CO. A special to the
Pailj; A cir from Terre Haute. Intl.. savs:
recount of votes cast In this count) for
mint rcpresentative,etitioned for b) Down
ing, republican, who, on the face
of the returns was defeated
bv thirtj-one majority, was finished
this morning. Ueasley. Democrat, gained
ti Downing had gained 7 in another
county in the district. The ltepublicans
bojied the) would gain enough In this
county to give the seat to Downing, which
would have given the party a majority of 2
on joint ballot in the Legislature.
lit EnthtliilnsUc Reception In a Court of
Di in i, Nov CO. The cae of the gov
ernment against John Dillon, came up for
hearing toda) before the court of the
queen's bench. Dillon w as greeted with
tri mendous cheering b the people when he
arrived, and his passage Into the court was
amid enthusiastic applause, Mr. Healv, on
liehalf of Dillon, applied for an adjourn
ment of the hearing. The counsel for the
kov eminent made no opposition and the
tearing was adjourned until December 11
lute national Kililbltlon In Tartu.
Wvsiiim.tiin. Nov 30 A dispatch
from the United states marshal at Paris on
the proiKwil international exhibition of
railways and connected Industries, to be
held in that city from May to VovemUr
next, informs tlie department of state that
F W. West, editor of the Amcrlain Kn
inlrcr. No. 230 La Sallo street, Chicago,
has been appointed commissioner general of
'the exhibition for this country.
Wasiiim.to.n, D. C., Nov. 30. The
president has made the following appoint
ments toda Edward Cu'liing. collector
of customs of the district of llelfast, Me.;
Philip W. Downs, general appraiser of
nierciiand.se of the district of Baltimore,
Md Win M. Neal, Franklin. Idaho,
agent of the Indians of I.empi agency in
A I ken.
CiiunrsTos., S. C, Nov. .0. There
was a serious tire at Aiken this morning.
Eight buildings were destroyed. Total
losses estimated at S24.000; insurance, S22,-
I., Tli-iu Try the Protestant, t
MoMTii.vi., Nov. 30. The superior of
the Oblate Fathers has announced that no
Knight of Labor will be allowed to pai
take of the sacrament
New Yor.k, Nov. SO. The annual
report of the N. Y., I. E. & W. ICailroad
(Erie) states that the total net Income la
KniitH.nm' nl the tirniul hth House T Il.inil.iitiie l.lnt of Iloiiatlnns for Piles
Opening or the lMute Museum, nml Olh I Auiiiiiiiireiiients for the Future.
er limes. The holida baar, to be given b Div.
The famous llanlon llrothers. who ap- Ai It., K. of 1' .atthevvlgvvain. is simp
lienred last night at the (Irand In their new I. booming. vs previouslv announced, fhe
plaj, 'Fantasiin " havecertainl struck it bazar will lommeiice on Tue-day. Decem
rlch in the great production, which surpxss- bj.r ;1 (1 llt ulllI af(,r Nl.w wri, tAi
es an thing of the kind ever vvitnosisl in wien It will probabl conclude with b bri'
Uiiscity. Such a wealth of ingenious me- Hant Pvthian ball. The soliciting commit
cliamcal effect!. a was given last night b
the Hanlons can hardly be imagined, and
.. . , . . .. ,....... .rtainii
...c.pucK manges .hs,.,., .,
wonderful, and must have been constructed
bv one who tl.oniuglv undirstiMsl his bus! Donations -W. . hitele, steel mower
ness. llardl a square foot of scemr itstsl j jj Thomis, a Thomas force pump cum
in the piece but what contains some in plete, .sujs nor Drill Co . one cider mill P
geuious device that puzzles all ia,t Co.. one Buckee grain drill,
to know how it is operated Hanika Iron Fence Co.. iron clnii, Kvans
An audience that fairl tpstwltliecjpit.it Mfg Co., harrow. Sprinlield Mfg Co , com
ot the house was present last night and sheller. J W Bookwalter A Co, lawn
laughed ami laughed again at the comical mower. Tnccle Works, bibv wagon: Kog
and absurd a lions going on liefore their crs Fence Co., lawn inowen Wanler A Bar
ets.. The wenderf ul illusion, "The Van- nett, barrel of Hour; Klnnaiie, Wren A Co..
ishinc Ladv."creattsl great ainazeinent all silk dress, or an order for $40 worth of
over the house when it vv as pef ormed and is
one of the mail in stenes that w ere gone
The tableaux in the second ait were ver
beautiful and especial! so was "Peek-a-
bisi." and "Can't ou talk"" Hanlon Ilros
will present the same performance at the
(Jrand oiiera house this evening and ever
man. woman and child who was not there general meeting of the Division and their
last night should not fail to be present to- ladies and fruslds was held last night
uight. The wives of the members of the division
minmi mvdiiu'.v it Tin (invMi orginb-ed and apMinted the follow lug corn
One of Springlield's greatest favorites MM,A.P .".'."r,?
among the ma.. actix-sses uin the stage is ;' " ,l. " ." ;"'l" " ' ,
Minnie Madd. m. vv ho i, to be at the (Irand f'- ml r- A" Sn J'1' "":
opera bouse Frlda evening. D.s-ember M. ' f "' a ' " Jhe ''';"'
in her latest and most wonderful -ucces, -' '" meet at division hall this
t aprice. .,.i.-,nimfc' The tnistees of the big Champion band
iJi'r t"'"' "w au,,,,"c,, wi" ta I T''X
,.... ..... I
larger than ever.
I he piece Is the storv of an ignorant,
eoiintr) girl with whom a ricli oung man
falls in love, marries, and is afterwards cast
offb) his relatives His wife overhears
him complain of life, runs away, ami at
tends school tor several years, returns home
a polished and aeconipli-hed woman, and in
the Usual w a) is re-uniled to her husband It
is ver) exciting throughout, and oneof the
kind of plays that generally please a
1IIMK Ml sn VI.
Adams A (Nlxim opened their dime mu
seum at 71 west Mam street last evening, to
ver) flattering success, the house being
crowded most of the evening, with a large
number of ladies present. Two perform
ances were given during the evening and
were hculil) enjouxl by all, and especiall)
b) the children
The numerous freaks of nature in this
theatommi are the luiest ever gathered to
gether ai an) one time, surpissing in num
ber those general!) found at museums in
Theie is Walter II. Stuart, the mm
born without arms or legs, who I
nerforms thewoinlerf.il feat of shavine I
himself ever) evening; .Mens. Ionard.who 1 snide ietroleum was drawn up. Hie an
b ifties all jib) slc.atis b) eating glass during . iiouncciuent that oil hail been struck soon
even entertertainment. Miss Iou eller.
who has a head of hair six feet long;
Sullivan and Van Nostrand. the Bohemian
glass blowers. elico, the snake charmer,
who handles two mammoth reptiles with
Ierfect ease; the educated hog, which
reads, writes, se)is, and tells tho time of
da); James V. George, the giant, who
Is onl) .seventeen )eats old, and
stands seven feet, seven inches,
Che Mali, the Chinese midget, who is onl)
Jb inches high, and the smallest man in
the world. There is not one of these freaks
of nature which is not worth the
price of admission alone, and 10
cents admits one to all parts of the house.
Doors ojieii at 1 o'clock in the afternoon
and 7 in the ev eiiing, vv lib, jrf oruiances
Another I.tttle Mlnml ltrakeninn Killed.
The J.ittle Miami Is pla) ing In hard luck
tills week. At 0 oclock last evening, at
Cincinniti, AVm. Hunt, aged about Hurt)
years, was run over and instantly killed b)
svvich engine No. '-I3 at Front and Ludlow
streets. At the time of the accident a
tram of freight cars were being switched
over the Front street connection track.
Hunt is supposed to have been sitting on i f Prof. S F. Ureckenridge, of 24.". Fern
the front of the engine. Ixioslng his bal-i,llff ,..,... ,., .,.., s ..i.,,,., nf
ance the unfortunate fellow fell under the
wheels and was cut to pieces. The tram
was Mopped as soon as jsissible and the
mangled remains gathered up. Patrol No.
2 subsequently removed them to Hablg's
Hunt was a married man, whose family is
1 sup.iostd to live in Davton.Ohio.
Criminal Matter in Court.
The petit jury was discharged until Fri
Thecasoof Douglas (iglesby, receiving
stolen goods, will be disposed of during the
On the aflidavit of Dr. Davis, of New
Carlisle, that Adam and .Minnie Schuiell, of
that village, are sick and unable to appear
in court, the liipior cases against them were
The liquor cases against Ueuben Haniish
and others of the Ham.h family nt Med-
w ay, will Ie disposed of by plea. An ef
fort is being made to have the Harnishes
quit the business.
Cam of MlMitnred Condilenee.
Constable Vanderburg went to Middle
town, 0., this afternoon with a warrant for
the arrest of a )oung fellow named Harr)
Knight, who is wanted for a piece of
slick business Knight is a plumber bv
trade and worked on the Water Works
He boarded at the house of a one-armed
man named Clirk. at Lagonda, and suc
ceeded in so cettmg into Clark's good
graces that Clark loaned him $40, after
which Knight prompt! and with great
thoroughness skipped out. Hence, the
An Kleratnr Acelitent.
About 11 o'clock this morning Charles
(Jideon.'a bell boy at the Lagonda house,
stepjied into the elevator vva) from the tirst
floor, supposing that the elevator was there.
The elevator had been removed, and Gideon
was precipitated Into the cellar, a distance
of ten or twelve feet He was severely
hurt by the fall, sustaining a bad sprain of
his left ankle and several painful bruises
Dr. KussWI attended him and sa)shevvill
be all right in a few days.
ror Xll.rotiiliiet in Otnrr.
Judge White has not yet rendered his de
cision on the demurrer to the hist count of
the indictment acaur-t J. T Kidgely, mem
ber of the board of education from the sec
ond ward, for misconduct in oftlce. If
Judge White sustains the demurrer, Mr
Ilnlgely will be put under bond to appear
before the grand jun at the next term of
court; if he overrules the demurrer, the in
dictment will therefore stand and the case
go on for trial.
Ftneil far Asuault mill Hattery.
Ill common pleas court this morning.
Patrick Kyan was arraigned liefore Judge
White on the charge of assault and battt ry
upon James Atherton. He pleaded guilty
and was fined 55 and costs, to stand com
mitted until paid Kvan had already been
tuied m niayoi's court for the -ame offense.
Ileplevln Milt settle. I.
The replev in suit of John T. N'orris against
Joseph liogner was tried to ex-'Squire
Kightmyer. by consent of parties, and a
jury, in 'Squire btout's court yesterday.
The jury brought in a verdict In favor of
the defendant, Uogner. The amount in
volved was about S40.
AnarctiUt Literature Squelched,
rinni in, Nov. 30. The police have pre
scribed the lust number of an anarchist
NLvv YoitK, Nov. 30. Five jurors have
been obtained for the trial of ex-Alderman
THE K. OF P. BAZAR.
tee of the division spent the da on their
rounds esterda. and were abunilintl
cessful VliRiidsouie li-t nf articles were
,,.,, u, chatt,, (ltr (lurllll; ,l,e fa,r.
C(M: StandardMfg. Co., walnut extinsion
tible; Anthony (iallaglur, Clmpin in Coil
and Ice Co.. Chapman Coal Co.. Hralej A
Tuttle and 5eo Walgand. one ton of conl
cadi. K S eizell. one barrel Klaine oil.
fhe soliciting coiuuilttee were kindl re
ceivisl eveo here, with one exception, not
f sufficient ImiMirtance to mention. A
i.lrtlUIUIIl .M.f-IllS A IH U.W ,1 I'lllltlirCJ
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THAT OIL WELL.
ProliabUny .rre a, ,..-
Sjprliif. was suited" liy Jokers.
Considerable excitement was created 'in
l Yellow springs esterd.i) moiniug by the
announcement that oil had lieen struck b
! David Hughes, who is drilling a well for
Jerr) Little at the lattcr's gram elevator i tra. then entered upon the pn-liictlon of
A short lime ago Mr. Little put u 12.V scenes from Longfc-llovv's -Colden Le-horse-power
engine ... his elevator, and gend," nninosnl bv Dudley Buck," and
not having a siiftulent supply of I wh"'1' V." ,l't' 'r'"" oi..lc.sition of theCin-
water to run it decided to drill a well
Hughes was engaged to do the work, and
began to drill the well within a few feet of
When work was stopped last Saturdn)
uicht the well had been drilled to a depth !
of 121 feeL most of tlie distance being ,
tiirougi. strata 01 limestone rock. At trie i
depth of 121 feet the drill was still working ,
through solid rock.
lesieraa) morning oeiore beginning work I
the wed was "dipped" and to the mtiiute
surprise of all, a lot of stuff resembling i
"I,reiu au People were nan ciazy Willi ex
citeuient. Some cooler heads were, how
ever, skeptical "The) reasoned that it was
not probable that oil would be struck at Pit
feeL Drilling was continued jestenUy
morning and estenla) afternoon the well
was "dippedd" again. This time a verv
slight amount of "oil" was gotten, and it
began to dawn on the people that perhaps
the whole affair was a huge joke, and that
the well had been "salted" oiled, so to
speak b) the jokers. A representative of
the (iLtinc-IUi'iniic was in Yel
low Springs esterday and from
all the Information he could
giin it spems probable that somebod)
put the "oil" In the xvell. There Is a rsis-tl-bilit),
of course, that a small pocket of oil
may have been struck, but supposing that
to be that the case, there are ver) slight
grounds for basing on it the report of an
Mini May Kmnot flrerkenrltlge mirf the
Kev. M. A. Aitiims to lie MirrleU Tumor,
Tomorrow afternoon Miss Ma) Emma
Ureckenridge, the accomplished daughter
Uernen Springs, Michigan, will be united
in marriage at the residence of
the bride's i
parents. The ceremon) will be performed
at half-past 2 o'clock, Kev. Dr. Helvvig and
the bride's father ofliciatiug. Until Miss
lireckinridge and the Uev Adams are
graduates of Wittenberg, and a notevvorthv
feature of the marriage is that ever) gen-1
tlcmati exiiected to be present is a graduate '
of Wittenberg. The wedding will be ver) I
quiet, onl) the Immediate relatives and In-
tiieate friends ot the contracting parties be-1
iiik cM'rcic". vuer me uiarr. ige cereinon)
is performed a dinner will be served to the
assembles! guests, and at S o'clock the l!ev
Adams anil his bride will leave for their fu
ture home at Uernen Springs. Miss Frank
Dull, of PI) mouth. Ohio, an intimate friend
of Miss Ureckenridge, is hereto attend the
I'artirs Who Wilt Help Build the e
The contracts for the construction of the
Thomas Hospital were awarded tenia) to
the lowest bidders as per bids rendered
esterday. The contracts are being dratted
this afternoon, and will be slgntsl forth-
w ith. The awards are as follow
Eeavatlng Jerry Murph)
stone? B Taylor
Hrlck K B t-mlth
Carpeoterwork Daily AM pes
Palnt-C W. Ilolden
Plastering Levi Kulp
Tin etts .v. Stephenson
Total for the building
Two Ilirorces Granted.
Judge White heard tvvodlvorcecases yes
terday afternoon, and issued decrees in
each. Kate Carey was granted a divorce
from John Carey on the grounds of ill
treatment and cruelty. Joseph Jones vva
granted a divorce from Alice Jones on the
ground of vv illf ul absenc for three y ears.
There was a bad wreck at Sandusk)
vesterda) morning at the crossing of the
Lake Shore and 1 1I..UV. An I. II. A
W. freight train struck the Lake Shore
tram about the middle, wrecking several
cars, while a number of the I. II A W. cars
were also piled up. About a dozen loaded
Mrs were demolished. Passengers have
been transferred there all day.
KobcrtS Eyre, county commissioner of
Fayette county, has made an assignment of
real and iiersonal property valued at 510,
000 to satisfy lu creditors. Liabilities
SI 0,000. of which 50,500 is s.ccured by
mortgage on the land. Mr. Ey re has trans
ferred his cigar factory In Washington to
Chalfant & Cockenll. The bankrupt is
well known in Springfield.
Chas b. Kay has just returned from an
extended Western trip, having gone as far
as Salt Lake City, Ctah. He describes the
journey over the Itx'ky M uuitains at this
season of year over the uevvlv opened Den
ver A Klo Grande Railway as interesting
a id picturesque in the extreme.
Mrs. Little, thu aged mother of Hon
John Little of Xenia and Jerry and As
Little of Yellow Springs, is lying at the
IHiint of death, at her home near Sabine.
Her sons have been summoned to her bed
side. Huy your Christmas presents of the con
gregation of ladies at their sale in the
stoie of Hofman & Co., South Limestone
street, Thursday and Friday, December U
a id 3.
A Ilellcate l'reteut
For lady or gentleman, a box of Cashmere
Bouquet Soap Is always In good form.
ORPHEUS AND ORCHESTRA.
Successful Concert by Combined Home and
Foreien Talent, at Black's,
Tlie SprltlKllelil Orpheus so, efT HI,
t iiIiiiiiImih Solniilw iiiol the Clnrlunntl
On liestml iini;relliiv4 tlolilen t.e
Keml si t In llititle) lliirkAMllKlc.
A ver large and well pleased musical
auil'eiiie gathered at Black's opera house
Mondn evening, to gn-et the .Spnnglield
Orpheus Nicnt m, the occasion of their
lirst coniert given this seison Man new
faces not heretofore seen in the ociet's
entertainments were noticed in the chorus.
TI.e seniles of tlie Ciiidiui tti orchestra
added greatl to the success of the et.ter
tiiument. The society was also asslsttil bv
the following soloists from Columbus, Ohio.
Mrs W. , M.les. soprano. W. H. Lott,
tenor, and F. Krum.ii, bass. Piof. W. I.
lihnnensi hem. dins tor of the Orpheus
societv con dm ted tlie performance. It was
div.cledl the cap-si,-af of Springlield's ef
forts in the line of musical entertainments
and was worth anv metropolis.
The tirst live numbers of thu programme
wire prim ip ill) nistniinental. in which the
C inruiuati orihestra gave the utmost satis
fai turn to the audience. The overture
"Kamond," b) Thomas, was a i.tting pre
lude to the entertainmeirt. This was fol
lowed b) Moskowski's "iserenaile." In
which the nnliestr.i bells were mnlonl
w ith pleasing i tfei t.
Hie trio, "On Thee Lai h Living Soul
waitV' b) Mr- Miles. Mr Lott and Mr
Kruuim. was fairlv rinilensl. 1ml for mm.
icison this beiuiiful .simnosition bv Hivdn
failed to elicit much applause. A unl.iue
Idivtrsion in the shape of a minuet followed,
1 of Strauss s characteristically rich and me-
lodious waltzes representing Pans awak
ening 111 tbe illuming. The orchestral
liumlxrs were well adapted to a mixed
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tiiinati Mav - il of I wo. To ue the
language of .v uiiniiositlon might be
termtsl an "Iuijv mist sketch"' in music.
Tlie solo character iiresenteil were as follows-
'Elsie." Mr, 'i c: 'Prince Hen-r)."-Mr.
l.ott, "Lncitc'' and "Friar Paul,"
scene 1, the prologue. Is supposed to be
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from the spire '1 his scene opens with an
orchestral burst in the true Wagnerian
pirit. the inlhienceof winch musical school
is occasionally manifest in Mr. Ulick's pro
duction I he alternation of solo and chorus
in the first scene, is ver) skillfull) ar
ranged. Scene 2, is supposed to belaid in the tow
er of a castle on the Uliine. It is midnight
and Prince Iltnrj is alone, ill and restless.
Mr. Lott's solo In this scene was given with
good effect. 1 he words of the Legend, be
ing those of America's foremost jioet. are
no less beautiful than the music in which
they are set Particularly touching was Mr.
Lott's rendering of the lines-
"t'ometMrk je friendship long departed!
That like o eril.iwlng streamlets started.
Aud mm are dwindled, one by one.
To stony channels In the iun!
Come hick. ye friends whose lives are ended.
Come hack, with all that lluht attended,
vt h ch seemed to darken unit decay
w tien ye arnse and went away1"
In Scene III. the orchestra delineates the
flash of lightning in which Lucifer appears
in the' garb of a traveling physician, and
in this scene Mr Krui.ini bad an effective
mlo part. There were some slight Irregu
larities, usin the part of the chorus and or
chestra here, owing apparently to the lack
of unit) as to time. Scene IV. consisted
in an unaccompanied chorus, "O Gladsome
Light,' well sung b) the Orpheus Society.
Seene V consisted of apra)ersoIo by
Elsie (Mrs. Milc-s). in w,i, the following
words and music deepl) moved the audi
ence Scene VI consisted in a melodious
march or quickstep of great beauty, tle-
""u'k '"- i ngrmiage to Salerno, by
incorciiesira oiuy. ar(,nl, v it. was a revel
song and chorus, b) Mr Kruuun and the
Orpheus Society, which was followed by a
dramatic orchestral scene VIII., success
fully jsirtriying b) musical effects, a revel.
Scince I , laid at night, in denoa. rave
opportunity for Mrs. Miles to sine a beau-
tiful solo, charming in words and music,
and having a rich choral backing. Of
course the music cannot here he reproduced,
but the reader can imagine the following
set to appropn lie music, with the solemn
ctiorai ciiant or "Christe Eleison, inter
woven with the soprano part.
"The nUht is calm anil cloudless.
Ami still as still can be.
And the stars come forlh to listen
To tlie music of the sea.
Thej Either.amlirittier.and gather,
t mil they crowd the sky.
Ami IHten In breathless silence.
To tin s.ilemn litany
It Wins In rocky civ ems.
As a voirethateliai.ts alone
To the neilals ,il the organ
In monotonous undertone.
And anon from shelving beaches.
And shallow stints beyond.
Ill snow White robes IllirUIni'.
The ghostly choirs respond,
c'tirtste eleison i"
Scene X. was a delicious barcarolle for
orchestra only, and was follow ed in scene
XI by a chorus of sailors at sea
The wind upon our qutrter lies,
nil mi before the freshening g lie.
That fills the snow-white lateen sail.
swim) our light lelucca Itlrs "
a noble c bonis, nobly sung, by the male
voices of the Orpheus. The notable num
ber of sitne II was Mrs. Miles's sweet
solo of 1- isie, "I come not here to argue,
but to die," the same scene closing with a
dramatic musical dialogue between Elsie,
Lucifer and Prince Henry, supplemented
by a vigorous backing from chorus and
orchestra. The mag nhcent duet between
Prince Henry and ENle in scene XIII
Heboid' the hill-tops all ailow
VV III. purple mil with amethy'"
elicited the enthusiastic and well-merited
applause of the audience.
'Iheenteitainmeiit closed with the epi
logue and tinale consisting of a stirring
chorus b) the Orpheus society. The enter
tainment throu hout seemed to be thor
oughly enjoyed by those present The
orchestral numbers in the first part were
chosen with good judgment and were adapt
ed to please the average musical ear. while
not being below the dignity of the most ex
acting From the very first the Cincinnati
orchestra made a sure place for itself in
the hearts of the audience.
Mrs Mil s has a soprano ilce of pecu
liars sued quality ami .Mr. Lott and Mr.
Kruuim gave satisfaction in their respect
ive pins, ti.e conductor seemed exer
cised at tunes in his efforts to subdue a
tendeiicv uimhi the part of the orchestra to
overshadow the vocal parts. It is due Pro
fessor lilmnenscliein's pre-eminent qualities
as a director to say that the production of
last evening did him great credit, as well as
added to the already high reputation of the
Orpheus Society. In connection with an
entertainment of this kind the self-sacrine-
mg labors of the president of the society.
J b .Miles, and all those associated
with him in its financial direction, should
not lie forgotten, as the) form the basisup
ou which, mil), such a societv and such an
c iitertiii.ini 'it as that given Monday even
ing are made possible.
It reminded one of Cincinnati.
It was a great artistic triumph.
'111? "Minuelt i" was delicious.
1 heir choruses are all beautiful.
Dr. Dimond took tickets at the door.
It was Springfield's musical festlvaL
The Haydn trio was rather disappoint
ing. Dr. W. W. Hall attended with his . fi
ancee. Now let ua hear bullivan's "Golden Legend."
ever) .....suitu ... the tit) was
an owl) vva) to manage
dul not at lirst prejsissess
the audieni e
The work ojiens u
in a decidedl) Wig-
The volume of the orchestra was all that
could lie asked.
Was this the old Springfield Vocal N-
ciety" hurel) not.
The contraltos of the chorus did glor.
o.is work last night
Prof Hluintii'cheiif is one of the hand
somest men in t lino
Theorcliestia verv wisel) pla)ed popular,
swing)- music last night.
Great credit is due Prof, lllumensehein.
and the work shows it
Man) new faces were seen in the chorus
fresh. ) thing material
The piano was not used in the concert.
This was doubtful Pohc).
There are some exipiisite anil delicious
themes in the "(jolde.i Li tend."
Dr. Morrison is the best-looking tenor ii.
the chorus. Few knew that he sing
The audience followed the "(iolden
Legend" carefully, on their programmes.
It was an auilience in point of make-up
of which hpringtield might well be proud
The "leg end" of the show at the (iri.id
took man) from the 'Legend" at Black s.
Man) regretted th it the "William Tell
overture was not on the orchestral pro
gramme. The Cincinnati orchestra rmliodies finish,
delicac) and balance. There is no tniiling
fault with them
Black's opera house is the Springfield
theater for a concert- Its acoustic proper
ties are excellent.
Louie It illei.herg isn't a di) older thin
when the I inemnatl orchestra pla)ed here I
at the bi ngerfest. V
The entiri- Tntiri slatT cr34 tlif.ru neeit-
pvmgmostof thefam.lv circle. lookout
for a mosaic today "
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I nnifiiiiiiillv 'II... !... lit .... i .t. . t
the music over their heads. "
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His voice is suggestive of svnerv. li.-hta, .
costumes and the glories of the sta I
The brilliant "Kayuiond" by Ambnuse
Thomas was a ht oj.ening to the oncert It
is one of the most popular orchestral num
bers pla) iil. .
Wheu the first rich volume of orchestral'
tones floated out over the auditorium it wis j
difficult to believe one was in Springfield. I
it oui-ineiropoittaned a metropolis
The Cincinnati orchestra left for home at
2 o'clock this morning. The) spent the
time after the concert vith some genial
spirits of the local musical circles.
It is'not difficult to see how the 'Golden
Legend" was the prize composition at the
1SS2 .Ma) festival at Cincinnati. Its dig
nity, sweetness and nobilit) are marked.
There Is doubt about the concert having
paid for itself If it did not. the associate
fund will do so. It amounts to S.VJ0, but
must cover the four concerts of the season.
The next public entertainment b) the Or
pheus will be a "musical social" about the
holnla)s, given in one of the public halls or
theaters. It will consist of a mixed pro
gramme. Professor niuniensehein's soft lbill.int
hiss of warning which he employs con
stantly in directing the chorus, is very disa
greeable to the audience and is entirely un
worthy of him.
The Orpheus did not mike a national
bank b) the concert It was infinitely more
of an artistic than a financial success. The
house wasuiagnifieent but the expenses
The late-comers got in their fearful woiknCxt xvaorer seventy-nine Rev. Dr. Wm.
as Usual last night Director lllumensehein
had to stop the orchestra in the midst of the
overture. "Ka)iuond." to prevent the ex
quisite effect from being drowned in the
shuffling of feet and slamming of seats.
The funniest thing of the season was the
announcement in the Columbus Journal
)estenl) that the Springfield Oroheiis so
ciety would prodii. e the opera of Evange
line last niglit And funnier vet. t acci-
dentall) crept into the paper by mistake.
The most admirable part of the "Golden
Legend" Is the opening scena The attack
of the evil spirits of the air, led bv Lucifer,
upon the bells, and their repulse by the
good spirits, almve the whole, rising the
calm, sweet sonorous ringing of the bells
PHILIP TRIETSCH SKIPS OUT.
Ills Itotul Forfeited In common I'leasand
Settled by HI. Surety, tiiist Srlinei
The bond of Philip Tnetsch was declared
forfeited in common pleas court this morn- j
ing. Philip Tnetsch was jointly indicted
with Ins brother, deorge Tnetsch. for ell-.
ing liquor to an habitual drunkard at their
saloon on .Market street deorge Trletsch's
bond was continued.
Philip Trietsch's bond was m the um of
S100 with August Schneider, the brewer, as
surety. It became known this luornlnitthat
the young mm had "skipiied" and gone to
Indiana. Accordingly Deputy I.rasstield.
by the usual formula called out in open
court: "Philip Tnetsch, Philip Trietscb,
Philip Trietscb ' Come Into court
as you are bound t do
by our recognizance or the same
will be forfeited"' And then. "August
Schneider. August Schneider, August
Schneider' Come into court with the bod)
of Philip Frietsch. as ou are bound to do
b) your recognizance, or the same will be
forfeited:" Probibl) not one person In
twenty ev er heard a bond forfeiture pro
ceeding in court before and the Mother
Goose swing it vv ill be of interest
About live minutest later Mr Schneider
actually did make his apjiearance in court
and signified his intention of paving
Frietsch's bond, which on the applicitlon
of the surety and the suggestion of Pnise
cutor Weaver was reduced to 375. The
forfeited bond was paid. There Is little
doubt but that it was squared with Freitsch's
money. I he indictment w as laid aw a) .
HERE'S A STATE OF THINGS.
The Times to Rpruum a llemoerAt.I alior
Organ Under Chicago Management.
The following appeared m the Cincinnati
Post last evening, but it did not emanate
from the regular correspondent of that
A secret was given to a Post reporter
last evening b) a Chicago man. to the ef
fect that the Champion City Ttmra, Hon.
W. X. Wh.teley 's organ, will pass Into the
hands of a vv ell-know n Chicago hrm m a
few days, and that oneof the McCorunck
reaper firm, of that city, will manage the
TliiifH In the future, making it a Democrat
Labor organ. As an evidence of this
radical change Prof. Grover. city editor of
the Time, resigned his position last week
He takes the lecture held for a Hoston
company at a salary of $100 a vveeK.
Another Land s,ult.
B) her attorne) , J. Warren Keifer, esq.,
Jennie L. Adams this morning brought
suit in common pleas court against Peter C.
Adams, to compel him to deliver over to
her about 170 acres of land m llethel town
ship, being the farm Iatel) occupied b)
Martha Adams, out of the possession of
which she alleges the defendant has unlaw
ful!) kept hept her since October 2, la0.
Also to recover S-IOOin rents, which the de
fendant as alleged has collected and kept
and which he refuses to pay o plaintiff.
This suit grow out of a suit hied la?t
Saturday and published in full.
There will be a caucus of the voting
members of the Prohibition club tonight at
Temperance hall to discuss matters relative
to the annual election of ofiicers 1 hursday
night A full attendance is desired.
The grandest fur opening held In the city
this tall will take place at Gugenbeim's. 29
south Limestone street, Tuesday and Wed
nesday ol tnls. we.
I'lrtletli AnnUersnrjr of the First M. K.
Chnrrli nt I'rbitna Celebrated With. In
tere.llnt Strv Ire I'lUtors Who XVere
The I'rbina Citizen publishes a long ac
count of the celebration of the semi-centen
nial of the First M K. church, of Frbana.
which began on Saturday evening last an J
was concluded on Siiiida) The following
H a brief account of the services
The celebration of the semi-centennial of
the First M L. church b-gan last Saturday
ereiong. A large congregation assembled
at the hour apiolnted. I'pou the platform
were Hevs. W. I. Fee. Frank i. Mitihell.
Itev. Drs. M Iltistln. Win Young and Wm.
Ilerr. all former pastors. Present also
were Itevs .1 F Court-). A. J Imhoff, W
Howling and K. T Wells. The presnt
pastor, I tev C W PUhell, had charge of
lr llerr preached tlio evening sermon
Before naming his text, ho related some In
terestirg i.ic-idriits of his early ministry
stating that his tirtiiiinlsterii! appointment
had lieen given him in 1VS, so Uiat the
good doctor has been in the sacred callinir
for nft)-eight )ear. He is now past eighty
)ears of aee. notwithstanding, he has suf
fered ver) little apparent diminution of his
At the conclusion of the services and ac
cording to the request of the pistor. the
people crowded forward and greeted their
former pastors with earnest cordiality, and
the congregation dispersed, feeling that the
place had been the gate of heaven to their
The Sabbath exercises of the telebntinn
were opened with a union love feant of the
two Methodist churches. The audience that
assembled Idled every available seat In the .
nurcn, anil again the old pi' ner .Memoaisi i
structure was made to reverberate with the '
praise and thanksgiving to God for His
wonderful blessings and mercies during the
half century of tha exuteuc of the build-
rte services opened promptly at 0 30
under the leadership of Kev. C W Klsliell.
the pastor The meeting was eonfinid
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l"'"v.'..y ... iuo,.i.ii menu.
church and the visiting paitorj.
wtu9irur hoc Ifuv Wm Harr iwhsx. ol.l 1...
-1 -s. n . 1 "III JX,lB 11 lUi 1IC4I) HUH -Till IJTT
was converted In 1S37. and that irnodm,.
,. ,,,rv i.a.1 followed Mm 1I the. .I.e. ,.r I
his life After the experience I havu hid I
would sa) that if I had a thousand hre I
would consecrate them all to Christ
The Kev Herr was followed by several
other ministers and a number ot la) men.
who made brief addrese, recalling old
and sacred memories of the church.
At the 11 o'clock ervlces the church was
crowded. Before taking Ids text the ven
erable Kev. Win. Young, who was the first
pastor of this church after being changed
from a circuit to a station, read an extract
from a dlar). It was dated October, 1S7,
and read about as follows.
I commenced my ministry In Urbana u.
ls37. I preaehotl to a large congregation
from Acts 10. !0 31. "What must I do to
lie saved?"' At night I preached again to a
large coiurregation, from John 14, 29. I
am much pleased with my appointment here
and believe the iieople are with me. I hope
for a pros.ierous year. This is a people who
reall) lov e and sen e (S ml.
Sunday, October2Jd, 11 a. m. I preached
to a large congregation from 1st Timothy,
1 l"i. The words seemed to take effect,
some wept and others shouted for joy.
He thought as many had gone up to the
headquarters of the army from this church
as there were assembled In the church that
The Sunday school exercies were of an
unusually interesting character. After the
opening of the school Superintendent Kei-
fer Informed the school that they had some t
boys and )oung men with them who would
talk to the school. The first Introduced
urn nrr Miirhtr" iham I?tt- f llorr h
oung; the third was over seventy-six, Kev.
Dr. Dustin- the fourth was past srxty-eight
Kct W. I Fee, and the fifth was celebrat
ing his fort)-urst birthday, Kev. Frank G.
In the evening Dr. Dustin delivered a fine
sermon. The sacrament of the Lord's sup
per followed and was administered under
the direction of Kev. F G Mitchell. There
were fourteen ministers at the first table,
and two hundred and twenty-two communi
cants, making a total of two hundred and
thlrt)-six who partook of the sacrament.
The day was one that will be memorable
In the history of the church.
Ills Honor Dla..e nt a Long Llae of
Ilrunkit, Disorderlies nml "Sldl" Yes
terday. Mayor's Court yesterday afternoon was
held late, but a big grist was disposed of
Soloraan Harvey was given two and
cots for disorderly. Richard Peters and
vy. X. Suneral, the countrymen who hid
the fight In Stringtown Sunday, got one
each for disorderly. Sam Hyatt and Pat
Mikey Welsh's brilliant son Hughey
was dosed to the extent of a V for a
v anegated drunk. Morris Flynn and Simp
son Mahar, plain drungs, one and costs.
George McDerniott, the Irrepressible
Fourth Ward "tul." had to answer to two
charges. For drunk and disorderly he was
given only one and costs, but for (driving
a horse (Mikey Welsh's -J. 40 gray) at a
speed ot more than six miles per hour
within this city, his medicine was 810 and
costs. George will break itoue and eat
city grub for several days In consequence.
John Peters, better known a "Shaky,"
a woiidsrful punisher ot rot gut whisky, al
so had a double dose administered, tor
being drunk he was fined one dollar and
costs, and for committing an indecent act
in view of other persons he was given five
Xicklas Grube was assessed five and
ccr-ts. while George Thompson was given
one dollar on the same charge. George
lieam and James Beard, arrested on the
same charge, were able to give a good ac
count of themselves and were discharged.
Jim Harrison and J: rank Strlmple, an i
svvering to tbe double charge of clrunK ami
disorderly, were fined one dollar and
The trial of Maggio Leonard, who was
jailed for stealing a IJible, was set for to
day. The gamblers will be attended to at
the same time.
HARD TO BRIDLE.
Liisiiccesntnl Attempt to Steal a ITorsc
FromGeorseM YFInwood's ".table.
A night or two ago a bold attempt was
made to steal a fine family horse belonging
to George M. WInwood, from the stible at
his residence, N'o. 119 south Plum street
About 3 o'clock In the morning some of the
family heard a suspicious noise about the
stable and the stable-yard, but paid little
attention to it The next morning it was
seen that an attempt had been mad to get
away with the animal. The horse wa
badly cut about the fore-leg', the Injuries
evidently having been received from a
barbed-wire fence surrounding the stable
ysrd. Dr. Charlesw orth, V. S., was called
and stitched up the gashes. The stable
doors were also found open, the carriage
shaf U dow n. and the harness exchanged for
an inferior set
The hor-e Is difficult to bridle, and It Is
supposed that as soon as the thief removed
the halter the animal plunged out of the
stable and ran around tlie yard, receiving
the injuries mentioned In attempting to
lump over, or In running against the
barbed-wire fence. At all events, the thief
bad to abandon the job.
Yesterday, shortly before noon, a cigar
maker by the name ot Moore, from Fair
field, Greene county, was delivering cigars
which had been ordered by customers on
the "hill" He entered Gilbert Houck's
saloon with some cigars and left a package
containing 250 of the weeds just outside tba
door. When he w ent out the clgan were
gone, nobody knew where, having been
SeverlT staled by a strolllnjj sneak thief.
The thlf has sot as ytt been appreheaeed.
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