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REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING LAR(T1 1, 1887.
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12 1.2c PER l'OUXD.
NEW MAPLE SYRUP
$1.00 PER GALLON.
Send U8 your Orders for Canning.
Or fine, White Pearl Potatoes,
50c per bu., at either store.
1 tuid S3 Vnt Main St. and 40 Suth Mar
ket SU, Springfield, O.
HATTER AND FURNISHER,
XO. 5 EIST HUN STREET.
WANTED A rouna lady to learn dreai mak
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Mrs J. A..Cuihlg.2.1Ua-l-beritTOt.outh
01 till ion street. "
T ANTED Two (rood, atnmz bop, to nrtp
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WASTED TO REST Home ol nve or i.
rwns. dt man and wife without children.
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nmufflM nd rMLAannbl rent. Address, r or
Kent," this office.
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dies only; M dally easily made; no photo, no
painting- particulars tree. Jan. ii. i.uy
rirairo. in. a)mr
WANTED A German lrl for general house
ply at corner ot Jefferson nd Martet itreeu
T ADIES wanted tot upTea Club. .lor -our
XI rure leas ana wnc " "T"
articles to select from as premium, bend tor
Illustrated Price and Premium List, bpeelal
Offer: To erery tenth person that answers
this adTertlsement. we will send Ire one
pound ol choice lea. aairn,iiiuo""
ana vooee v noston. .-a...
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sent us: 175 per month, and expenses
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Isooas staple cierj uuo " --; --
tlcalars tra. Bundard Sllrerware Co., Bos
FOR REXT-Larce store room on Main
creet. Rent low. Inquire of Thomas
TiOR SALK-Counters and fixtures. Inquire
X atSaTlngsBant. "
mm RI.K i'lien. Thr-e lots on Mound
J street, just east of East street; also money
mm - m e v.a-..tl 'n-hal Aatt rat
to loan, lnauire 01 . d. j.i.ch. .p .--:-
and loan acent. Room S. Commercia: diock,
Xlmestone street. 43t
tiap e a trnniM and lnts situated on east
f Uleh. south Market, tonth Limestone. Gal
lagher. Peart, west Main and Columbia streets
ES-rtiiinDrleetrom 11.000 tolUjUX). Tbeo.
A. Ick.S east Hlih street. '
TT LOAN-Money to.Loan-Call at Geo. II
Coles. room No. 1. Laaonda bank bulldlns.
If you want to borrow money on good com
mercial paper or on real eitat" acurtty- 4it
MONEY TO LOAN In sums ot tVU to tl0.ttJ
on tb ee to 9 v Tears time, on arst rnort
mror annrored commercial paper, -u
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Uck. -a east High street.
TNF0RMATI0N that will lead to the Identlfl
-ti tJmM M-her.or Meaelier. alio
with his brother, was lost In Chlcaco from hl-
parenu. about 1VM. It isbellewi mat ne at
one time, or is now llvtne in SprtncBeld.o
Vddress D. Masher, Fort Yates. Dakota. Ter
Contractor and Builder.
Store and office furniture made to order: also
doors, verandas, mamtles.lnslde blinds, hand
rail, stair- and screens. Estimates and speel
Buttons furnished on application. 2S north
Center street. fcprtnafleld.O.
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DR. J. T. cLAUSHUN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
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111 8. -.l-a-atooaSC-Sprtacflela, o.
TKIJEPHOKK MO. 13S
b warranted, ia beeaoM it is the best
Blood Preparation known. It will posi
tively cure ail Blood Diseases, purifies the
whole system, and thoroughly builds up the
constitution. Bemember, we guarantee it.
Frank II. Coblentz, comer Market and
Clteap Kxeiirsion to Florida.
TliP X. Y. P. . O. railroad (X. Y. I. E.
Jfc . railroad company lessee) Ukc pleas
ure in announcing that they propose nra-nini-tlw-ir
Ion-rate excursions to Florida
during the month of March, at err low
rates The first excursion will lea e Tues
day. Man.li 1. then every Tuesday thereaf
ter during March, i: March. 8. 15. 22 and
29. Tickets will 1 good for retuni 30
da) s and ill be K000 for stop-o.er 10
da) son goinc trip south of Cincinnati,
choice of route soutli of Cincinnati being
gl en. Tickets w ill be sold to all principal
points in Florida. For rates, tickets and
full particulars. apil) to coupon ticket
agents on line of the . Y. P. & (. railroad.
Made of the best material, perfect fit, an 1 superior to Shoes usually sold for
put a Shoe on the market that we claim to be the best Shoe sold for $3. We
Shoe. We invite a personal inspection and comparison before purchasing.
Sr.liiil.e's Shoe Stores.
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I)r Casper lias all the best Coiwh Lozencci
and Candles fresh aud cood. adapted tor
Coughs and Colds.
Horrhonnd Cough Candy,
Wild Cherrr Cough C-tiidy,
Coltsfoot Kork Candy,
Tar Cough Drops,
Lime Fruit Tablets,
Pine Tar Cough Candj,
Pure Stick Licorice.
All lor sale at Lowest Prices at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
rUher'slUocfc, atalntreet,3l Door Wmt
of Lime tone, Spring field.
-r.vi. James O'Kelll in "Monte
CrMo," Tuelaj March UL
(iitiMi. Frederic Br."ton fn "Forgiven,"
Thursday and Friday. Maxell 3 and 4.
Black's. HI Utt-ji-m..i-trvK Satur
ami. "5iler Mug. Jlonuay ecn-
..lack's. Prof. Crocker', celebrated
collect of educated horses one week, com
mencine Monday, March 7.
Officer Houser, of Da) ton, was In the city
Council meets tonight, but nothing cry
thrilling Is promised.
Frances Karr, of a Chicago packing house,
U at the Lagonda house
Mrs, a K. Winters and children left at
noon for Jack snmille, Florida
Mr. J. , Bowman, from near Snyder's
station, left for California today.
Judge John A. Price, of Bellefontaine,
Is spending the afternoon in the city.
Mr. S. Y. Martin, of Mast, Foos A Co.,
Is spending a couple of da) s at Troy, O.
Marshal Hughes and Major's Clerk Mil
ler expect to go to Cincinnati tomorrow.
Rev. IL F. Delo left today for a northern
trip in the Interests of Yittenberg college.
Mr. George Y. Brown, the Murphy tem
perance agitator, has been at home sick for
the past two weeks.
Mrs. John F. Kussell and little daughter.
Kuth. of south Limestone street, left this
morning for Canton, Ohio.
Colonel Dodds, of the Little Miami ticket
office, was In Xenia today. David Deaton,
the niclit man, taking bis place.
Miss Lillian Kelley left today for Day
ton, w here she will spend a fortnight the
guest of Miss Lillian Clark, of Wilkerson
Mr. J. TV. Bums left this morning for a
trip in the northwestern part of the state.
In the Interests of Miami commercial college
Last night somebody hurled a stone
through a glass In the front of the White
Klephant saloon,. opposite the Southern
Mr. Fred Volet, of the Queen City hote".
Cincinnati, is at the Lagonda house looking
after some business affairs. He lea es to
day for Cleveland.
The station house slate contained the fol
lowing names, all drunk and d'sortlerl):
John Mace, Charles Moulton. John Devlin
and M'ke Scjn'on.
Geo. W. June, business agent of the SI!
ver King company, M in the city. His
company appears at the Grand Monday
e.-e-iii'g. March 7th.
Tievs. Gaiaway and H. H. Thompson, of
Indianapolis, are in the city, and will as
sist Rev. O. P. Ross in the sen ices it the
North street church this week.
Colonel A. C. Sands, the new manager
ot the Cincinnati Slot, is in the city today,
perfecting arrangements for the prompt deliver)-of
his paper In this city, which will
be reissued this week.
Today is the 94th birthday of Grani'-
mo'.her Knuffman. the venerable mother of
Iter. M. and B. P. Kauffman of this city.
Notwithstanding her advanced age, she
retains comparatively good hea'th.
Mr. Alfred W. Crosb) has leased the
Inrsoll boarding stable, on Columbia
street, west of Market street, south side,
and as he Is a most competent man he will
be sure to have a good nm of custom.
Master Charlej Warren was surprised.
at the house of alriend, Mondiy night, by
members of Miss Bern's Sabbath school
class, of which he is a member. Master
Earnest Fay presenting him. In their be
half, a volume of United States history.
Mr. O. F. Humphre) s. who has been v is
itiug friends and relatives in this city for
several weeks, left this morning for Cin
cinnati, whence he w ill go to Xew Orleans
to accept a position as chemist in a sugar
refinery. Mr. Humphreys Lsa fine chemist,
having done some of the best original work
that was ev er done by a student in the lab-
orator)- of the university of Michigan.
LET 'ER CO GALLAGHER.
The Repuhllrnn Will Not Lay One Straw
In Your IVay, Gentlemen.
The non-partisans got in one day
ahead of the prohibs for their city
convention, which seems to indicate
tiiat there will be no combination
In that direction this )ear at least.
A prominent democratic law)er this morn
ing said it looked a little too as though they
w ere also tr) ing to head off the democrats
and ventured the further information that
he would not be surprised if thewhole com
bination went to pieces this spring, and
gave the republicans a clean sweep. Tills,
he said. Is naturally a republican city, and
the only chance ot defeating them Is
through a combination of all the opposition
NEW LUTHERAN MISSION.
Dr. singles' Make, an Address on tlirSub-
jeet l'robab!) K-rl) --..tabllshment.
This afternoon Rev. Dr. W. H. Singley,
president of Wittenberg Sv nod, met with
and addressed the Southern Ministerial As
sociation on the subject of "Missions" by
special request The mettingwas held at
the residence of Prof. C. I.. Ehren
feld. near the college. The address had
a special bearing on me csiauusnineni 01 a
new mission in this city, probably in the
southwestern or -southern part. Dr. Sing
le) has been looking over the ground and
thinks there is an opening for a successful
mission in that section, there being al
read) a large number of Lutherans on the
Fifth Ward Hepuhllcans.
Tomorrow (Wednesda)) evening at 7
o'clock a meeting of the republicans of the
Filth ward wil be held at E. M. Arhogast's
cariienter shop on Oeibert street 1 or me
purpose or organizing .1 ciuo. river)-republican
111 the ward is urged to be pres
NO MAY FESTIVAL.
The Trojeet Abandoned for lnrk of Sup
port Coneert in the Futtir.
At the regular meeting of the Orpheus
society last (Monda)) evening, the an
nouncement was made with genuine regret,
that the project of giving a May festival in
Springfield had been abandoned. The
announcement was not entlrel) in the nature
of a surprise, as it has been apparent for
some time that the idea could scarcely be
carried into execution. Still some had In
dulged themselves In the forlorn hope that
It could )et be carried ouL The official
announcement of the directors last night
puts an effectual quietus upon anv doubt
that may have been enUrtalncd. We shall
have no May festival because, at the last
inagnihcent concert given b) the Orpheus,
t great expense, and with outside
talent th people of Springhrld manifested
their Indifference by poor patronage. At
the meeting last night the directors full)
explained the reasons for tlm abandonment
of the project to the disconsolate sooiet).
The society is out of pocket on the last
concert and hence the festival idea, which
is a much more elaborate and costl) one.
had to be given up.
The directors wish lo make this an
nouncement to the associate members: It
was fully Intended hen tnelr suiiscnp
tlons were received to give a May festival;
and manr of the associate members un
doubtedly came In on the strength of the
one idea alone- Now that It has been
abandoned the directors feel that It Is only
Just that some reimbursement be made
to any such mat are uissausueii.
Therefore, while the directors hoio
and urge that every associate niemoer re
main in the society, still any so desiring
will be refunded a sum pro rufu to the
amo.int he subscribed.
Xo that the Ma) Festival is out of the
wa), tliesociet) turns with all enthusiasm
to the next public concert which will be
given within tlw next two.or three weeks,
it will include, as stated, miny of the
leading choruses of "Judis MaccaUeiis,"
and a mixed programme of vocal and in
strumental numbers. It is quite likely that
Prof. O. Hermann Matstellar, of Di)ton,
and his famous string quartette will take
part In the concert- Following this will be
given two or three more concerts
at lutervals of a few weeks
the series not concluding until late
in June. The society is determined that
the associate members and the public in
general shall be auiph compensated for the
disannointment of the no at Mi) festival.
There Is also considerable talk of the
production of the "Mikado" or some other
comic ojiera as one of the conceits.
A Girl Almoit Ilurned to Dentil and lier
Mother rrlglitfally Hurt in Attempting
tu KfsK?ue tier.
A terrible accident occurred )esterda)
(Monda) ) afternoon in the family of Mr.
Richard Kelly, the esteemed correspondent
of the KEPi-m ir from Greene township.
Mr. Kelly lives about foor miles south of
the city, on the Clifton pike. Yesterday
afternoon Mrs. Kelly, a very estimah'e
lady, was boiling soap, and using a largo
iron kettle, under wh'ch a spirited fire was
crackling. She was being assisted by her
rourteen-yer-ald daughter. Elsie, who at
the time of the accident was stirring the
boiling mixture. A sudden gust of wind
blew the young girl's dresswithinthereach
of the tire and an instant later the unfor
tunate child's clothing was fully ablate and
she was a mass of Unites. She ran shriek
ing from the spot, wild with agemv and not
knowing what she did. Mrs. Kell) has
tened to her child's rescue, and endeavored
to extinguish the tire, but t.ietakwasa
herculean one, and in her efforts Mrs.
KeJlv's own clothing caught lire at the
sleeve and she was terribly burned about
the arms and breasL so badly in fict lint
when her clothing was removed, 1 he flesh
burst open in great seams.
But her injuries were as nothing com
psredwlth those of the girl Elsie, who is
believed to be fatally bumed. Her condi
tion Is indeed pitiable. The flesh was al
most roasted to a crisp. It Is almost cer
tain that she cannot survive the fearful
agony through which she has been passing
since the accideuL
Mr. Kelly has deep s)mpithy !n his
trouble, and many hearts unite In the hope
that fatal results may not ensue.
A Gentian Goe Insane.
Saturday night, Jacob Bush, residing at
9rt east Main street, reported to the police
that one of his boarders named Jacob Diet
Ier had become insane, anit asked that he
be removed from his premises. Dietler was
temporarily lodged in the station liouc
ne Is a German and unmarried. He came
to this city from Columbus and liegan
working at his trade as a
Since that time he has been emp!o)ed as a
machinist in one of the shops of this city.
Last week lie did not go to worK, Dull
but remained at his boarding house, staring be "- nice lauy w no is tr) ing to make a
stupidly about him or gibbering foolishly 'living keeping boarders, but is curse.1 with
about the future of hi, soul. Last wwk 'a worthless husband. er little bov ac
the case was brought under the attention ot companied lar. The hill olicers were m
the county commissioners, but they did not structed b) the chief to keep im the lookout
act in the matter because they wire 'n I
doubt about the patient being a resident of ,
uouot auoui me patient ueuit; inmnn ui i
the county during the time required by law.
Dietler is about thlrt) )ears old and hss no
relatives in this countrv. He will probably
be brought before Judge Miller on an In
quest of lunacy.
The basket social given by Fidelia lodce,
Xo. 12, Daughters of Rebekah, I. O. O. F.,
In Union hall building, last evening, was a
complete success In even sense of the
word. The Odd Fellows' hall, the Knights
of Pythias armory and the Commodious
banquet room which spans the rear end of i
me enure uuuutiig on uic muiui uwri, nc
thrown open for the accommodation of the
the immense crowd. The fore part of the
evening was spent in social games, and about
0 o'clock the saleof the baskets commenced
and resulted in a great amount of sport in
the pairing off of couples. The number of
filled baskets reached nearly one hundred.
Quite a number of Odd Fellows and their
wifes attended from Osborn, Vienna and
other neignboring villages.
CALLS FOR THE OYSTERS
How the Central Knjlne Hoy did np Co.
o. 4 for tlia HitaUe..
An agreement was made between the
Central ngiue house boys and those at the
new house on Lagonda avenue, that
at the first call s,.nt In from
Box Xo. 8, whichever house
got on the ground last was to set up the
o)Sters to the others. Xo. 8 Is at the cor
ner of Main strett and Lagonda avenue,
and in distance is in favorof the new house.
Saturda) night Xo. 8 was turned In ami the
Centrals responded, but no signs of the
combination machine were to be seen, nor
has It )et been heard from. Central caIs
for the o)sters.
More About St. I' trick' Day.
In making notice in ) esterda)'s Rr ri'ni.ic
of the Irish-American citizens' meeting last
Sunday afternoon to.perfect arrangements
for the celebration of St. Patrick's d i) in
this cit). it should have been said that Mr.
Joseph Rolan was elected marshal of the
day. and not Sir. Morris Tehan, of the First
ward, who will officiate as Clark county
delegate. Hon. John P. Martin, of enia.
will act as president, and Judge James W.
Fitzgerald, of Cincinnati, is expected to be
the orator of the day.
Cnlgate'it Cn.litnere lloiniuet,
absolute!) pure, exquisitely perfumed, pop
ularity unprecedented. the best
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lie U snteneed Co fourteen Month. In
the IVnltentinrj and Weep, Other
John Keprogle, the Mad River township
mm who was Indicted for and found guilt)
of assault with Intuit Ifi kill Dr. Marquart,
was brought before Judge White this
(Tuesda)) morning and sentenced to four
teen months In the penitenti -ry. Keprogle
broke dovv n and wept w hen the sentence
was pronounced. He will Ihj taken over to
eoIuniDus by iieput) A. J. Baker some
da) this week.
The case of Ie Noriiiainlie vs. Clav was
argued to Judge White this morning on the
petition ot .Sutler against A. " Hoster
man. Tlio case was disposed of in favor
Judge Wnlte has uncle the follow ine
assignment of cases for Judge Warwick, of
rrlnna, for rrliia). .Mireh 4th. lb7
7's".. John A. Heelier, receiver, vs. b.
and a Deffenbaiich. Motion.
7iU0. Same v s. Coffin Co. Motion.
Fletcher White v s. 1). F. Minilnn
8-4i. Lagonda Xat'l Hank vs. NtNon
Hamilton et al. Motion.
b.Oil Lagonda Vat '1 Ilink vs. r. S. Ex
press fo. Mutlou
Mardilicld Steele vs.Cit) of Spring
Justus V. Elster vs. City of Spring
held. 4VJ7. William I)lehl vs. Elizabeth Stein
et al. Motion to coniirm sale.
41SS. Piuon Central Life Insurancu Co.
vs. J. M Jarrett et al.
313U. George Sjieuce vs. City of Spring
6t9. Henr) Sii)der vs. Diulel Ilaker.
Xot for trial unless Mr. Scott is present.
blOl. Adam Fetter vs. C)ms W. Drake.
Thos. L. Rownnil vs. Corbett et al.
THE NEW PRINCIPAL.
A llrlef sketrh of Mr. XV. II. Mrfarlaml
XV ho Wurreed. Mr. Tnjlor.
Mr. W. II. McFarland, thenevvlv elected
principal of the Western house, to succeed
Mr. A. E. Ta)lor, created quite a favorable
Impression among those who formed his sc
He is a man about thirt)-cight ) ears of
age- When elected he was principal of one
of the schools of Sidney, but left his resig
nation in the hands of his wife to present
to the board if he was successful in his ap
plication. The resignation will take place
at the end of this month. Ills wife, who Is
herself a teacher of abilit), suppl)ing the
plae until tl at time.
Mr. McParlind was a principal in the
Sidney schools about six )earsago, but re
signed to go into business. Losing all he
had made at teaching in a couple of vears
he taught at Yellow Springs, then at Jef
fersonville and was last fall recalled to
Sidney. The Sidney Hoard of Education
gave li ti ii the ver) highest recommendation.
He is a native of t hiiiipilgn count) and
is a nephew of Prof. White McFarland,
fonnerlv professor of niithc unties of Ohio
State University at Columbus, now presi
dent of Oxford college. 1 hough jsilltlcs did
not seem to enter Iargel) at all into the
selection of Mr. McFarl mil, he is said to
be a most radical Republican.
HEAVY POLICE COURT BUblNESS.
balonniat btarkej Kin-d SHO and Coat, for
bunday Xiolntlon The General Grl.t.
The "bull pen" at police headquarters
was full to overflowing when court was
opened Monday afternoon. His Honor
disposed of the following cases: John
Starke), one ot the proprietors of the Ger
manla house saloon, pleaded guilt) to keep
ing open on last Sundav and was tilled S10
and costs. Those vv ho vv ere arrested as
loiterers w hen the saloon w is pulled and
who gave hctltious names, appeared last
night and pleaded guilty, and vv ere hned
one and costs each.
Mike Ring, one of the chronic dnink and
disorderlies, was given S10 and costs.
Craz) Maje Rice was as,.s(d 51 for dis
orderly, and George Monroe and John
Williams, the same amount for loitering.
Henry Miller, plain drunk. S3; II. A. San
derson aud Ike Stephens, same. SI. Samuel
Hanson, hell boy at Arcade, charged with
stealing a coat, was discharged, there be
ing no ev Idence to hold him. 1 lie affidav it
against Al. Davidson for plajing at game
w as w ithdraw n.
K FEAR OF HER LIFE.
A XVouian Seek l'rotertlon From
Mrs. McDargh, whose husband was ar
rested on Boler street on Sunday for being
drunk and disorderly and abusing his fami
ly, was at police headquarters, asking for
protection from her drunken husband. He
t ueen lei oui on uau unu sue iruii-i hc
would come home and cause tniutiie. ane
appeared very ladj like and made a good
,,1i"-i"""" " ""D rln' ""' " "' ' "'
'r me gentleman aim it uc causi-. n
trouble nin lilm in at once.
Prop.me.1 New I'ostortlre,
There is a movement on foot to establish
a postoffice on what is called Yankee Hill,
east of Lagonda, about two miles, at the
residence of 1) P. Little. The name pro
posed is v ilia One trouble is that there Is
no democrat suitable for "wstuiasttr
who wants the office, so that It
will be necessar) for Grover toapjioi'it a
republican, and none of the latter desires a
position of such tase and artltience. Mr.
Little is to be the intuiaster, with Charles,
his son, as assistant, and money order
It has not been learned who the
other clerks are to be. or how- man) malls
per dav will be received, but an effort will
be made to keep readers jnisted as matters
DEATH OF ALEX, MOVATT.
He Dep-irta Life at the Ace of sixty. Four
Year. Mr. Alex. Mowatt, one of Spiincheld's
oldest citizen's, and a gentleman hlghly
respected b) those who knew him, died
Monday night at 7:30. Mr."Mowatf had
his foot Injured some time airo b) some
stone falling on it, aud more recently had
to have the large toe amputated. Gin
grene set in and this, together with some
affectation of the heart, caused death. Mr.
Mowatt was born in Scotland sit)-four
jears ago aud came to tins louulrv in
1842. 'I he funeral will take place sn Wed-
Jiestlaj at 2 p. in. from Ins late residence
111 east Springfield.
Paul A. Staley, Esq .the patent attorne),
retentl) went out to Rokfonl, III., to look
after the Interests ofthe Popeiitcjcle Man
ufacturing Co , of Boston, who are the
owners of all the rights to manufacture the
famous bicycle saddle invented b) Capt T.
J. Kirkiiatruk, of this city. A party
named I.illabrulge, 01 Kockford, was in
fringing 011 the patents, and the Pope Co.
brought an injunction suit against Inni.
I.lllihridge has now sought to evade the
suit by selling out to Donnley ami Jeller
les, bicycle manufacturers of Chicago.
Till. Settles the Question.
The C)clone Debating club had an ani
mated session last (Monda)) evening. The
question "Resolved that Women Should be
Allowed the Right of SttfTratTe," was hotly
discussed pro. aud con., b) Messrs. OiTutt,
Nelson, Miller, Hengst, Vandcrbiirg and
others. The judges decided in favor of the
affirmative. As one of the debaters snhse-
quently remarked: "Congress will please
$3 SHOE OP THE WEST !
$4. Every pair warranted. All styles of toe in Congress, Button and Lace. The gr.at demand Tor a f-hoe at this price has induced us to
hare made such improvements on these Shoes over all other makes that there can be no question to our claim of selling the best $3
THE CITY HOSPITAL.
1'rojjreM or tilt. XX'.irk Plan, to bo 8ut
milled to I'omieit Tonight.
The hospital commission held a brief ses
sion Monday night at the major's office.
Arihltect Cregar was present, and submit
ted for the Improvement and remodeling
of the old Institute building. After looking
over the mutter, the commission adjourned
to meet this morningattheareliitect'sofhce,
in connection vv ith the committee of coun
cil. This morning the Commission again met
and with them Messrs. Burnett. Tehan
and McKeiuii. of the council committee.
The) talked over the matter and suggested
minor changes as to windows, doors, etc..
and the plans will be reported to Council
tonlcht for action, and there is but little
loubt of Its ndnptlim without material
change orprictical opisisition.
The old tmilillng is just thlrt) feet dis
tant on tliu east from the new building
and will be connected therewith bj a cov
ered arcade tlilrtetn feet wide.
The connection Is mule lietvveen both
the bxseinent and ground floors.
Three windows will llcht this passageway
from tnith shies. The front entrance of
the new building will be closed as an en
trance, and ingress and egress will be se
eurtd to both buildings through a main en
trance in the center of the old building.
1 he cast and north ortions of both floors
of the old building will be given up to the
superintendent's family. Entrance to this
parl'ulll be immediate!) east of the main en
trance, under the tower, which will be arch
itectural!) improved and beautilicd. The re
ception room will be In the southwest corner
of this building immedntf 1) to the left of the
entrance. The superintendent's private
office will be between the two entrances and
reached from each. Three or four rooms
on the second floor will be devoted to hos
pital purposes when needed. The center
room of the new building, which was
origlnall) intended for a reception room
will become the convalescent room, and the
northe-ist room, set apart for that purpose
can now be used as a ward.
'1 he bisemeut of the old building Is of
brick, aud to keep out the dimp a li -lit
stone wallvvill beeonsipictedji'stoutsideof
the briik wall from the bottom to the sur
face of the ground. An eight-foot veranda
vv ill take the place of the narrow- one now
in front of the old baiMiiiz. A small addi
tion will lie mide to the southeast corner to
give more room for hallna) and front
It will be necessary to adve.tlse the pro-
f posed improvement for thirty da) s. after
v Inch the contract will be awarded. No
exict estimate lias been make b) the archi
tect, hut he states that the repairing,
changes, improvements, etc., all told, will
not cost ovir 51,800 or SJ.000.
Emov, Feb. 2S. O. X Bartholomew, of
Springfield, deputy inspector O. A. 1L, was
present Tuesda) night at the meeting of
Folger Howell post and examined the rec
ords and working of the post, and expressed
himself highly gratified with the result
The post is in a flourishing condition, and
new members are beiug added. . . .Joseph
Cllpinger, of Springfield, was in town last
Tuesday, looking up trade In his Indian
medicine cure ...Rev. Long, of West Lib
ert), O., was the guest of Rev. Rlack, of
this place, last Wednesday. . S ol. J. W.
I lanes, is endeavorim. to organize a com
pany to drill for natural gas and oil on his
two-acre lot between Enon and the station.
Quite a number of moneyed men around
here are interesting themselves in it and
drilling will certainly begin here
In the near future. Robert and
Frank B. Miller are aNo organ
izing to drill for oil on their farm
south of Enon. If these parties are suc
cessful, Enon may expect a Birmingham
boom ver) shortly.... Itev. Frank Mitchell,
of Springfield, Ohio, was present Saturday
and Sunday to conduct a quarter!) meeting
In the M. E. church as presiding elder.
Thongh unexpectedly caught in this vv estem
bllzzhrd, yet the meeting was verj well at-te'iil-d
Rev. A. Hamilton, the regular
preacher, will continue the meeting a a
protracted meeting from night lo night for
i the next two weeks. .. Prof. J. W. Wood.
MissBritton and Miss Hobble were given
! Friday to visit the public schools of Spnng
I field.' Ohio. Professor W. has also come
i more prominently before the public as one
of the recently appointed county school ex-
' a larai T aaAs- -HnonjiiA. ts ,,1stist Tl'luan
ailillf-TtS, BUIW-IJ - - II 'I (CI II llli
Mirrlage of a 4priiiRHelfl Physirlan taint
At 7-30 o'clock last (Monda)) evening.
Dr. Thomas Hickman, a well-known pl.jsl
cian of south Lime-tome street, this city,
was married to Miss Ida M. Gross, an
estimable v oung lad) , ac her residence, Xo.
133 east Main street, The parlors in which
the ceremony occurred were handsomely
decora'ed with flowers. Theceremoii) was
impressively performed by 'Squire Bieck
enridge. A pleasant supjier was served
and a general good time, sociallv, followed.
Only the intimate friends and relatives of
the parties were present.
The funeral of Levi Ruld will take place
on Wedneadav afternoon at 2 o'clock, from
his house on Yellow Springs street
Services conducted by Rev. Dr. Helwlj,
Frunds are Invited to attend.
A XI rong Male Itisht,
To the Editor ot the Republic.
iJemg informed o) those who sat near
President Loreliz last evening during his
address to the school board that I had
wholly misunderstood arematk made by
Mr. I.orenz. wn'cli caused the unguarded
expression I made, I desire In justice to
that gentleman and to all concmed to
make the umcinic honoriime, especially as
nothing had occurred up to that moment to
cause an) unkind feeling toward Sir.
I.orenz. J. J. Qsiiouv.
Lost. "I don't know where, I can't tell
when, I don't see how something of great
value to me. and for the return of which I
shall be truly thankful, viz: a good appe
tite." Foi'Mi. "Health and strength, pure
blood, an appetite like that of a wolf, regu
lar digestion, all by taking that popular
and peculiar medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla.
I want evetybody to try It this season." It
Is sold by all druggists. One hundred doses
Two thousand coal miners, who have
been out oil a strike for several weeks,
have settled their differences with their
'No More Stlflocatlnc."
I have bean gieatly benefitted b) Gooch's
Mexican Syrup, and I have been entirely
relieved of the suffocating sensation which
gave me muili apprehension. I am now
able to get a comfortable night's rest. I
can recommend it to all sufferers of Lung
troublo SIRS. WM. MOSS.
251 Hopkins Street, Cincinnati, O.
It is an acknowledged fact, by a multi
tdde of experienced witnesses, that Dr.
Teigue's Great Medicated Air Inhalent
Remedy will positively cure catarrh, ath
ma ami all bronchia! and pulmonary affec
tions in almost ever) instance. Xo mode
of treatment so convenient or effectual. A
trial N sufficient to convince the most skep
tical of its wonderful merits. Call for cir
culars. For sale by M. V. Webb A Co.,
Arcade drug store.
Hendley, Alexander oi Co., having leased
the planing mill in the commodious brick
huildhigjot James Driscol A Sons' companj
at the corner of Columbia and Center
streets, will, on the 1st of March, remove
their business from 883 wet Slain street,
to the above central premises, where they
will lie pleased to see all their old custom
ers anil nil who wish frames, sasli. doors,
blinds mid Inside finish, in hard or soft
wood, or estimates on same.
FORTY - FIRST
OF HARTFORD, COXJf.
Net assets. January 1, 1C6
ueceiveu lu isst:
lor I'remlums - Jl.liH,M.1.fi;
lorlnternatan 1 K-ntn ..M1.ls0.UE
Profit and Loss 147"i2
" DISBURSED IN 1886.
For claims by death
ami matured en
dowments KJ,'n.fl SI
Surplus returned to
polh y holders 1,1.1S1.71
Lapsed and bun-end
ered Policies . -vS47(W
Total to Polity hold
ers . f-(.s.-.a.i0 64
Commissions to At-eats.
Kx itninerV fees,
lu. l.eiril. I'r.il hi
tate, and all other
Ilalance net assets. Pee 11. lv, -.i;i,liyi
SCHEDULE OF ASSETS.
Loans upon real estate, first lien IJU.4 .." 17
Lotus upon stocks and bond. s.V--Uni
Premium notes on polities In force 2.i7.Jlu:t
Cost of real estate owned byCom'y liUll."17.V)
Cost of United Mates and other
bonds --- 9sV),l'iW
Cost of bank and railroad stocks l'"i.(M to
Cash In bank and onlce 1.4Hi-,l-
llalance due from agents bjs, 43
crued I.I7S K
Rents accrued 1-.A7I' 6.1
Market value of toi ks
and bonds over cost SItIJi- .
Net deferred premiums. 7S.SJS 10
Gross assets. Decemberal.lsss
Amount required to
re Insure all out
net, assuming 4
by company's stand
ard. 3 percent, on
since April 1. 1SS2 1S.1.137JM
Another liabilities- 7S.TJU0.M
Surplus by Company's St indard
surplus by Couu. standard. 4 per
Ratio of expenses of manage
ment to receipts In Iss! .
Policies in force Dec. 31. Is-.
SI." 27, Insuring-
9 2s per tent.
Jacob L. Greenr, Pre?.
Jobn 31. Taylor, Vice Pres.
Wm. G. Abbott, Si'cretarj.
D. H. Wells, Actuary.
Robert H. Kullosg,
District Superintendent of Agencies. Room
l. Johnson Building, corner Fifth and
Walnut streets. CLicinnati. Ohio.
WASTKD Oeneral agents, to wholesale
my new motor. Rare chanre, go d sal
aryor'A-on the dollar. Address, with stamp,
r 51. Wearer, Indianapolis. Ind. (Name this
VntendlDg Advertiser should address
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
10 SHKUCK STKEKT, NKW -ORK CITT,
For SELECT LIST ot 1.000 NEWSPAPERS.
Will be sent FRKE on application.
AirreatlmprorementoTertheold stylet. rre-ent
Hpr-uiff from hJ of the nalL 2(deof bejaq-all'r
Toolsi-L Can-fall- t-inp-r-d. .orMlebyU.nl
srare l"rJeri i!-tfd!aaMortedt.r.f-lto-nr
iMJ?!?X:'t:rX1l, ' on -eewr or J 1 IM. Mule only
-y iua tim iu5 sroijt si-idst) 10., u-nt-d.
FOR CHECKS in A hours, cures in S
-.-..days. Drug Stores 15 N. 11 Phlla
EN pB ,and41EaitMalnSt..Sprtag
Bitten. 50 cts. HerbMed
Main .. .'nrlnsflelrt. 0.
A BIG OFFER
To introduce them we will HIVE AWA
1 OU0 of our celebrpted self operating
Any reader of this paper can have one by
sending their address tu the
QUEEN CITY WASHER COMPANY.
No 24 Arcade. Cincinnati. 0
ole Agent Wanted
In every city with a Capital o Tw.itf
flve Dollar, and upwards to take the agen
cy foraiihLhCriUOAL device fir LK.lir
ISIS CAs ana-other KLECT1UCAL Novelties,
which require canrassimc from house to
house. Men of experience preferred, with
first i lass reference. Address
Tito Emplr City Electr c Co..
779 BROADWAY. Nrw Yoa.
ffe PENNfBOYAL TTAFER are
successfully ed monthly by over 10 000
: ".Ladies. Are Safe. Lffntualand fktuant
J $i perboibymalLoratdruirK-lta. Staled
-sftarf icuJars 2 postago stamps. Address
Tax Kc---- Csuucj-. Col, D-tso-t, Mien.
- bold by Frank H. Coblrnt. end Ad
Wanderinn Any book learned in one reading.
Prospectus, with opinions of .Mr Proctor, the
Astronomer, lions. W. V . Astor. Judah P.
Benjamin. Irs. Minor. Wood and others, sent
post Free, by
237 Fifth Avenue, - New York-
and 15 West Main
HUFFMAN & RICHTER,
TIE LATEST SPRING STYLES.
No. 31 East Main Street.
Quinine Hair Tonic
For the preservation and restoration of the Hair.
Excites the Scalp to new and healthy action, re
iroves dandruff, prevents the hair from falling off,
and in a majority of cases will produce a fine growth
of new hair.
GHAS. LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharmacists, No. 55 East Main Street.
C R. JOHN & CO.
UT-DLEsHI. E ASH RETAIL DEALEP.S IX
ALL KINDS OF COAL:
Hurd's Shaft and Emma Mine ; Jackson Coal a Specialty.
Also, best grades of Cannel, Hocking and Anthracite.
OFFICE : Corner Mechaiiic and Washington Streets.
TELEPHONE NO. 254.
This space will be occupied by
GEO. C. HANCE & CO.,
Successors to Hanoe & Co., 14
West Main St., Springfield, Ohio.
THE A. S.
The most widely known Furniture House on this Continent,
are about to retire from business and will sell every dollars'
worth of Furniture, Mirrors, Draperies, Turkish, Persian
and Domestic Rugs, Portieres, Lace Curtains, Table Spreads,
Upholstery Goods, Oriental Goods, Novelties, etc., in their
Five Immense Buildings 27 Floors,
COMMENCING MONDAY, FEB. 28th,
0. the choicest goods PTer brought together at your own
pi icp, at auction or private gale. Your fare to Cleveland
can be sated a dozen fold on even a moderate purcha-e.
SALE CONTINUES 60 DAYS.
Watch lor f utura announcements in this paper.
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