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REPUBLIC. SATURDAY ENHGNESTG .UABCH 20, 188T.
From Store to Table
RICE SNOW BALLS.
Uoll one pint rice until -oft in ti quarts
of water, with n tea inmiii salt, put in small
runs anil when perfectlv slil place in a
dish. Make a bulled custard ot the )olks
of three est, one pint sweet milk ami one
tttapoon com starch llair with leiiion
When coM. lir oicr the lice l ill- half an
hour before -er ing I'liis i- a M rj simple
but nice dessert l'r.ictical Housekeeping.
Buy Tor the above our pure COrtX
STARCH. .'1 pv'kiitcs for 2."i cents.
Carolina Klce. " l-'-V to S l-:tc per lb.
Tore Extract Lemon, UJf per bottle.
AT ElTHKIt STOKE.
1 and 93 VTr.1 Mln St. anil 10 toulti Mar
ket St., sprtliitllelil. .
Call anil Ieae jour measure for our
FINE CUSTOM SHIRTS
Best material. Perfect in tit,
Maile iu anj btjle.
Don't par traielme humbugs two prices for
Read) -made snirrs unuci me nct.
of having them "made to order."
THE SHIRT MAKER.
0. 5 KtST MAIN STREET.
WKSTED-filrl to do seneril house work.
Apply at Mrs Geor.e Irowell. lea.t
x.T7ANTF.l-To Eft house-cleaning to do In
II quire at 3"j east I olumbia street
VTAN'rED-tgeiitsio tnndle pictures, lace
curtains, book .inerarv,tiot-. ",".
etc . mi payments Kettrences reiiuirru ,,
tilvxtonre to II U liraves. ' "i ""
IMMEIl-Lllrt -One energetic
W 'is-nrs-sent usin tlie sale ol "the House
hold" m i-urlngncld X rare chance to ine
iht n.rir nitiv at once to ttfS west Main
117 "TKD Wrl to do general housework, at
II .No .i north Factory atreet " i
TITANTKH-salesmen to sell nursery stock ,
II ull ltne ( ne and valuable specialties.
Ftnady emplovnieut at fixed silarlrs and el
neuses. or commission muir.s, ..i,,...
and references. Ma Ilrothers.
Kocbester. N l
OTlYTnt I't.rvnttM til
know that llllam
II liarttiolnniew is now readv t clean all
kinds and grades of carpets and matting with
the patent ft, am carpet beater. Viirpets
railed lor and delivered to any part nt the
city Orders left at an) of the carpel stores,
or at the office, rear of eas works whs
117 TEI salesman can add 1 line, small
II smples. one agent earned 4.ijii. others
uptot'.oxMnlss., p n llox liTl. New lork.
II location xarress
T Co.. M Srcade-
1JAXTE0 x iiernian girl tor general house
II work In sin ill tamilj, good aget Ap
ply at comer otJetltrsou and Market itreets.
L AUIE5 wanted to get up Tea Clubs for our
"lire, Tess and t'oflees X host of useful
articles to select trem as premiums end for
llluttrated Price aud Premium Ltst. i-pecial
Offer To every tenth person that answers
this advertisement, we will send free oue
pound of choice lei Address. National Tea
and CoHe Co., Uotoii. JIass
IITAXTED llve enerjtftlc man. to repre
II eat us S" per mouth, and eipeniei
Ooodiitaple. everyone bujs, outfit and par
tleulari lre. standard silverware to , Boa
L.E u excellent bujgy
X stylish, and perfectly sate tor a lady.
Apply at i north Market street.
FOK SLL i 111 Ui II OKI. IN The First
Presbyterian charcu. having decided to
purchase a new organ, w 111 dlsposeof the large
organ now in the church at a sery low price.
For terms and full particulars apply to either
W. s. Thomas or . I S I rowell, sprtngfleld.
yrOR SU.E-Ll MIIEU l X.KD-A first class
T lumberyard, with two acres enclosed by an
eight foot fence alleys cludered lease with
cheap rental, with or 10 years option, good
, ifflce. shed f or dressedlumber.5sxlT0 feet, with
gravel roof, up stairs lsuvifeet for doors,
windows, etc. also rough sheds for lath and
shingles, gomt barn with room for 11 horses,
location best In state for retail business pat
ronlzed by a population of Ij.ino to tO.i'O peo
ple, and now d lngagotul trade, reasons for
selling.death of i partner, will sell the tm
proiements and lease sep irate, or to luclute
stock on hand at ttmeof siie worth the money
Call on or address Hell Cixtwrlitlit A Co .cor
Columbus and Center st. Cleveland. O. Ms
MONEY TO LOAsi.
MONEY TO L'HN-Insumsot i..i to jT.uiO.
on three to fivevears'time. on flrt mort
gage or approved comment it paper George
II Coles, room No 1. Lagouda bank building
MONEY TO LO X-In sums of S.V0 to S10.W)
on th ee to Ave Tears time, on first mort
gage or approved commercial paper ineo
A. wick. JJeast High street
STHftYED OR STOLEN.
JTIltlFI) OK -TilLEN-vsnialldog female
m nthsiild, ueUlit about two pounds.,
brrav. with hrown snots, tltnlerwlll
Under will please .
leave at to Pearl street and receive reward.
Contractor and Builder.
Store and ofTicefufnituremad1 to order: also
doors, terindjn iiiaiiit1f.lti!ltlebMiuta, hand
r&ll. Ulrtand scretrnt. Lstimateritnd sped
ficatlonnf niislir-l on application Si north
Center trtf-t prinsfleld.O
Iljrii, H.urIa and R'piirlng
u. B. iJames
tlH W. "Vh1iuic1oii t.
Hetween Market and enter '-pringlield, 0.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
Psalal attention given to the preserving o
THE FINEST LINE OF GENTS' KANGAROO SHOES EVER SHOWN IN THE
SOHITJlliTE'S SHOE STORES, 25 EAST IsLAJUST AJET1D
WHITE A!tD SOUND TEETH
Art Indispensable to
Personal Beauty and Wood Health.
Keep ) our teeth white anil earl), free
from tartar and ths ai . jour gums health)
ami the breath sweet, bj Using either
Caener'n Tooth Taste or i'owder,
Hazin's Charcoal Tooth Taste or Soap
1 honi"on's Tooth Soap,
l.jon'a Tooth TabletK,
Hudson') Dental Cream,
Charcoal Tooth Powder or
DrrU Tooth Powder.
These are all rood nrenaration. containing
no acids or other injurious articles For sale
CASPER'S Drug Store,
riiher'iniock. Mmli"llrt, Jil Iloor ITMt
Hunch of Kejs, ruei1.i
No maj or's court j etenla .
Mi-s Merger at Hlack's Mondaj evening,
Mr. Hen Buxton is home from school on
Miss Anna McNair, of Yellow Springs,
Is in the cltj' todaj-.
Miss Irene Spangler, who has been visit
ing friends in Xeiila, returned home jester
daj. Mr. Ab Frej returntil this morning from
Kansas Cit). He will be home otili a few
Miss Dollv Wamble, of Xema, is visiting
Mrs. Jas. Homan, of South Yellow Spring
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Ilaker hae gone
to Kansas City, Mo., to visit Mrs. Kolert
MU Minnie Mulholland (Mrs. Black
bum) at Orpheus concert, Mondaj evening.
Mr. John M. dallowaj-. anoldSprinc
held boj, now of Kt. Scott, Ks., was iu the
citj last night.
Joseph llajes, a colored man lUingon
Columbia street, was arrested this morning
for beating up his wife.
Tom Snee. a notorious character of this
citj, b In jail at Cincinnati, charged with
assaulting a police officer.
Lewis Clark, drunk, and John llajes,
disorderlj, were the decorations on the sta
tion houe slate this morning.
Messrs. Joe L. King and CrenUlle 11.
Howard, of Willis's college of plionogra
phj. are spending the daj in I'rbana.
Little Miss Constance Stilwell is guing a
biilliant ehildren's partj- this afternoon at
the residence of her parents, on east High
The Co-oH-ratne Home Iliiilding Asso
ciation meets Mondaj nighL A fnll attend
ance U desired. Meeting at the uual
Ir. L. E. Uussell goes to Deleware to
morrow to perform a surgical operation for
the removal of a tumor. The case is in Dr.
llesldes preaching twice tomorrow I)r
Leonard w ill make a short address at the
Cospel teinicrauce meuting in the after
noon at Temperance hall.
K erj bod j should hear Miss Herger pli
the piano at the Orpheus concert. Mondaj
night. Her piano recitals hare attracted
uimersal attention in Cincinnati the past
Officer Norton returned last evening from
London, where he testified against Fred.
S'llres, on trial for horse stealing. Shires
was arrested by Norton, In this citj', No
Married, bj- Dr. Diehl, at the Lutheran
parsonage, Frederick. Md , on the 1Mb
inst., Courtnej- Leonard Iiarbaugh to Miss
France Stem, both of Harbaugh's allej
Frederick count)-, Md.
Inspector of Polic- James P. McKaj re
turned today from a short visit to Keutuckj.
He went down to Cincinnati with Deputy
FI)nn and the counterfeiters and took a
short run down the river.
According to the provisions of the inter
state commerce law the rates from Spring
neld to various points on the Ian Handle
lines were )osteii at the station this morn
ing b) Agent Sam Dotlds.
Annie Hamilton, an inmate at the Chil
dren's home, died last night. She had been
sick prev ious to the outbreak of the ineask s
at the home, and took the latter, also, and
from the complication died.
Hev. Dr. Falconer, finding the public
generally interested just now in polities,
will lecture tomorrow night, in the First
Presbjtenan church, on the relation of
politics and religion. Seats free to all.
Voters will do well to remember the fact
1 that there has been no change iu the term
' of ofhee f or w hich the township treasurer
and olurL .. tit K.. aliul..! Tl.. I. til- ..
" . .
leutjmeu me term laueil to pass uoui nouses.
Tennant it Moses repair
hides, light or heavy.
all sfjlesof ve-
We would call the attention of the public
to one of tlie biggest bargains ever offered
in this Ime. An elegant line of Scotch sidl
ing 'or $2!.50, and Striped Scotch Trou
seru g for onlj Srt 00.
Reasons w hj these off e. are bargain:
These roihIs are bran new; they are the
most t)Iish thing jou can purchase, and
we guarantee a perfect tit and entire satis
faction. All we ask is that)Ou will call
and convince )ourelves.
JASON W. PHILLIPS,
lVo. :! K. Muiu S.
PROMINENT MERCHANT ASSAULTED.
li I npleu.nnt AITllir Info Wlitrh tlir
s, liulte Itriitliers We.fr ItrnKgeil sf,,,
lK .1 Their V III.
"1 lit Nhulte brothers, the well known
Main stnrt slum men, his'aiiie involved iu
a disturbance on the street list ei tiling,
for which thej were in no wise tilainihle,
but over which thej are, nevertheless, much
chagrined. Frank llradlej. a jimng man
of somewhat brisk reputation, vin of Clnr
lej llradlej. the ex-Market street saloonist,
was the assaulting pirtj. The trouble
happened III this w.ij and originated over a
pair of shoes. About 4 o'cloik In tho after
noon Frank llradlej 's wife, who is a
daughter of llillj llnnis. the distiller and
saloonist, went into N-hulte's east Main
store to buj a piir of shoes. When she
had made a si lis tion. she told the ladj
clerk she wanted them charged to her hus-
lanil. The clerk knew Mr. clrultedid not
w ish to let anv more goods go to the fatmlv
In that waj. ns Mr llradlej had Ims'ii owing
for a pur of shot's for some time, which he
failed to pi) for She tin ri fore reported
the matti r to the proprietor, who himself
explained the situ ttinii. Mrs. llradlej then
asked If she could have the shoes on her
father's account, and was assured she could
and was given them. She departed, appar
When Mr. Clns. H. Schulte returned
from Mipper, he was iuforiinsl tint Mr
llradlej hid come in, in his absence, and
thrown the shoes on the counter. Mr.
Schulte gave the matter no further thought,
but w hen he closed filestore for the night and
started forborne, he was met bj Mr llradlej
In front of Khrenhart's millinerj store, ami
isked, "what about them shoes " Mr.
Schulte. who was loth to become entangled
In a strut scene, tried to explain matters
ijtiietlj. but after talking a full ouarterof
an hour and seeing that llradlj, who had
evidentlj been drinking, was getting more
and more excited and insulting, tore him
self aw. ij and started west. At thecentir
of Market street lie was overtaken by
)oung Hradlc), who said he would just as
leave pay a dollar and costs, that some-IhhIj-
was going to get done up. Mr. Schulte
i again tore himself awaj. without coming to
'blows, but in front of Imis stern's store
he was again over-tiken and stopped Jlr
Schulte hid the stump of a cigar in his
hand and while he turned his head to re
light it, llradlej dealt lilm a ringing blow
on the left car. Jlr. Peter Schulte, who
was stinding In the door of the other store,
a few doors further west, ran up and
grappled with Uradley and both fell to the
sidewalk, where the latter was held down,
vjnite a crowd was attracted by the assault,
but the whole business was conducted verj
ouietl). Itradle) wasuuallv allowed to go
Mr. Chas. Schulte will hie an allnlavit
charging him with assault and butter) and
Officer N'icklas one for disorderly, so that
the gentleman's one dollar and costs are
hktlj to niultipl) several times.
FEAST OF SONG.
Programme i.r the Orlieu. Conrerl Ion
The following is the full aud official pri
gramme of the Orpheus concert next JIou-
dij evening, at Hlack's opera house:
Soloists XHm Lucille Im Pre. violinist, Au
gustine Herger. plxmst.hothof I Incinnatl
Miss Jessie Wolfe, soprano
Mlif Minnie Mulhollutd Mrs 111 ickburnH'on-
1 nil to
Xlr.W S Putmm. bass
Miss Mary Nets n, accompanist
V L Uiumeusiheln. director
s lections from Handel's Oratorio. "Judis
Miccaliaeus." Cinnpoted In l"l.
1 Chorus. "O Father hose Almighty Power '
J silo. "xrm. Arm. r Ilrave" Vlr Putnam
1 Chorus l e Come In lirlght Irray "
4 Iluet "Come Kver Mulling liberty '
Miss Wolfe and Miss Mulholland
t Chortis "Lead on Lead on"
Moltnsolo. Concetto Mendelssohn
Miss liu Pre
Ladles' chorus "The Wanderers'
I for left hard aloue I Hack
' Piano solo! II Tarnintclle. Xlows
l (It die) I k'wsky
J. Ladles' chorus -"The Wood Nymphs "
f Contralto tolo."l.adyof the Lea" smart
f Violin solo EantasleMllitaire Leonvrd
Miss liu Pre
6. Duet and chorus. ' Hail Juda. Hippy
'From XMhty Kings he took the
see.the Conquering Hero Comes"
"0, Lovely Peaie"
-Miss Wolfe and Miss Itlaikburn
"The Lord Worketh Wonders'
A Disastrous xinirr ripe llumtlng In the
About II o'clock Frlda) night Prii ate
Watchman Caldvv ell discovered great sluice
of water running down tlie walls of the
"When" clothing house. In the Johnson
building, on west Main street. He at once
coni hided that one of the waier pipes of
the building had burst, and after a hurried
but thorough examination found that a p!e
on the third Iloor had given way ami wa
flooding ever) tiling Mow it. The break
wa stopisst in time to prevent heav) dam
age. The "When" nsiple lose alioiit S-0.
but the water was making a bee line for
their tine goods. The office above also re
ceived a severe soaking.
Our friend James Carson, ofSpringtield,
was in Cedarville )esterda) shaking hands
with hi bo)hood friends, among them Hon.
Whitelaw Held, whom he reports a look
ing first rate. He found his father, who i
in his ninetj-tliird )ear, in better condition
than for some tune past. He has used
spectacle for fift) )ear. but now has hi
second sight and can read verj well with
out them - Xenia ,'n;rtf,.
The meeting held I'liursdaj in the inter
est of railroad men was quite a success
Quite a number of ladies entered the visit
ing list, to each of whom a slip with names
was given. Where a sufficient number of
men are found cottage meetings will be held,
but on Sundaj evening at 0 there will be a
union meeting of railroad men and the
workers, who will then report all work
A very pieaiaut dance was given last
evening at t'.e Lngonda house in honor of
Jliss King, of Pittsburg, who has been the
guest for 'the last three months of the
Jlisses Baker, at the sheriff" residence.
Th" event wa on the eve of her departure
tor home. Sixteen couples were In attend
ance, and Wood's orchestra furnished the
exct llent music.
RcjiI the display adveitisenient of I J. F.
Brand nn A Co. in tlih piper. It will paj
jou to hunt it up and read it.
The best value in knives and fork and
tea and table smkiu in the citj. I at the 5
and 10c. store. Arcade.
Ladles will attend the opening at Ehren
hart's next week. Thej are all waiting to
see the grand displaj of headgear, riblion
and art goods.
Inter stinic Thialrlriil New-, lliinrli
or hri,"-XlHrli Pre., tt w lint Artorn
ittiit Xltuinuer llrlnk-Tiilk It, hlntl lit
s , nes.
Whafll vou take1' This is a decidedly
important ipiestiou to in in) of the promi
nent actors and amusement managers
throughout the countrj. If an) of the
of the Un't HI ic reulers should ever
desire to "set 'em np" to anv of the
following mined, thej will know what to
Mind reader llishop drinks only apollina
ns and milk for a beverage. Mr. John Stet
son alTttts vvhiskj sours. Mr. Patrick S.
(illmore drinks a shad) Jan" made of cham
paign and claret. .Mr. Lester Wallack
drinks the full list tint a gentleman Is ex
pected to at a dinner.froui claret to brand).
Old port is his wine Jlr Augiistiii Dall)
seldom drinks except for uuslical punosps.
lie sips Ins wine at dinner vtr) sparingl).
Jlr. A. JI. Palmer is never sern in a bar
room, and on!) touches wine tor form's
ake. Manager Hill is a strict temperance
advicate, so far as he himself is concerned.
Jlr. Nat t.oodwin drinks absinthe and
cordials. PI mi ultl rye suits Mr. F.dward
I iilluinrt. I he elegmt Jlr. T. Henr)
I rench coiilmes himself to Jltinun s extra
dr). Small ixinies of brandy are what
Manager Aronson ordtrs. Jlr. rrank
Jlurtlia shows the true spirit of politeness,
ami drinks just what the other man does;
and Mr. P f. Itanium swears b) Croton
The distinguisheil actress. Miss Mario
Preseott.will apiH-.ir at ltlack's opera house
next Saturda) evening, April -'. In (iilbert's
great coined) P)ginalIon and Calatea. The
N'evx Orleans Tiiiii-)oiiifK,iit sa)s.
Mane Prescott is the most charming of
Galateas. The part Is peculiarly suited to
her st) Ie. ami in it she is seen at her best.
She carried the audience witli her from be
ginning to end, and was most enthusiastic
allv amdauded. She is a most versatile
actress. Her voice is sweet and svmna-t
thetlc, anil all her acting displajs the most
careful training. Iu fact, she is complete
mistress of her art.
"A lit XC1I Of hrs."
The attnetion next Tuesilav evening at!
thetirand will l "A Hunch iif Kev," of J
which the New York Ifi rnW sajs. I
"A Hunch of Kejs" still (sisssses great 1
attractions for the-public, despite its fre-
ipient representation in tliis citj". At least ,
that is whit seemed to lie the case list
night at the Grind oi-ra house, for the
house was thronged to overflowing,
rattling, farcical production bristles
ituitions so closel) following upon
each othtr that the audience was in almost ,
a continuous ieal of laughter until the!
curtain fell. The songs, dances and nied-
lejs which form an imtKirUnt item in the
IIa wereery nict'l remlpretl. Mtss am (-n"- " c u-uuun .n lWW wur, mr
asTrthlvKVis. Mr. riitieMHi;n!i.La!id!ll?w wmM ctmtract Into a look of
Mr Liuri as Sniggs.wcre extremely funny.
. . rf j , .-- - - -
and tae rest of the company were jut as
entertaining and clever. Scats are now on
sale at usual place.
Mftge XI lil-pers.
A Jlr. Ulilr his replaced Nate Salsburj
iu the "Trojbador"coiiipinj.
Charles II. Hojt rode the elk In Colum
bus, Ohio, last Sunday evening.
A cold spring swells up directly under the
stage of tlie Vew York Academy of Musk.
The I icon ((.) Trlornjih annnunc,
Fnslerick Warde as "F.dvvm Forrest the
JIme. Henilnrdt occupies the swellest
suite of apartments at the llolTinau in New
TheHulTalo Hill Wild Vet sails for
Knglaml Thtirxlay afternoon. Jlarch 3tst,
at .1 o'clock.
It Is no longer the "Hon." William F.
Cod v. but "Colonel." "Huffalo Hill" in a
dress suit is a verj ipieer sight
W. .1. Scanlan is acting in the large cities
of Pennsjlvaiiia Ill's week in "Shane na
Liun,' and is attracting large audience.
Hernhardt gives the New Yorkers the onlv
genuine, simon Q pure, iljed-iu-the-wool.
patent back-action Tiieuiimi next week at
the Star theater.
There is ver) good reason to believe that
Jlr. JIaretis JIa)er will be Jlrs. James
Hrown Potter' manager when she comes
to this country next season.
A journalist in New York is utilizing the
in) sterlous horror of the Uenmead hut In
New llniiiswick, N. J., for the hinge
around which a melodrama of toda) is to
I Jennie Dunn ha become Jlr. Ezra F.
Kendall. F.ight )ears ago Arthur and
Jennie Dunn, then a "pair of kids," wen1
' the midget Deadejc and Josephine in Hav
,erl)' Juvenile Pinafore.
A theatrical manager, lately deceased.
'left the following memorandum in his note
liook: "In all in) fort) year experience.
I never knew a prima donna to lie sick or
to have a cold on the dij she was to get a
Ague Hemdon will probably produce a
new plaj from the Freinh. called "A Won
derful Woman." before the close of the sea
sou In the chief vene JIIss Herndon
will light a duel with the villain of the
piece, using swords.
Jennie Yeamans has just received a
present in the shape of a bmjo ornamented
with silver aud pearls. A liaudsome cae
accompanied it. The gift Is aiioujmous,
and the recipient cannot even guess at the
name uf her admirer.
Jlr. John A. Steven ajs that "Pajiug
Shadow" Ls not as Russian c play a lie
wanted it to be, because the scene-painters
did not do their end. .Most dramatists tiovv
adav rel) more on the work of thescene
uinUr than they do on the product of their
bran. Canvass plajs the star part in
"IlirlKir Lights," ""Homlmaii Wind,"
"Alone In Ioidon," "The World," "Theo
dora," and dozens of others.
Frederick Warde" southern tour ha been
a social a well as an artistic and financial
triumph. At Macon, (ia., Jlr. Warde and
his management were the guests of the
major at a banipiet given in honor of the
tragedian, at which thirt) of the most
prominent gentlemen of the city were pres
ent Major and Jlrs. Ross tendered Jlr.
Waide a reception at their home the follow
ing div, which proved one of the most
brilliant social events of the season.
Robert II. Jlintell will be seen in three
or tour new pirts next season, rirst, in a
new phj now being written for him bv Jlr.
Kell-r, the scene of which will lie laid in
i .Mexico, although most of the charat ter
I will be Americans. The joung aitor will
also appear as Othello, making him a j oting
man of thlrtj-two. and depleting him as a
Venetian: in a reconstructed version of the
".Marble Heart." as Roer in "Wild Oats."
and possibly as Ibjineo in "Itomeo and
When old Judge Joviler wa tiiiked iu '
his little bed bj Jlr. Jlouser he couldn't
r'PK "t".'k ."'I.,' "r8 r,'XCe.1,l''o' '.I1'"11!1 1
had bought a bottle of Dr. Bulls' Cough
s.. ..... 1-1..... I... ... ...I 1.1 . It,,,.. I.....I . I I
Jiul. ' iiiii ii' iinsseii ins nine iiauiis aim
sunk in sweet rejHise.
Theoiilj place ill I
the i ltj to get real baigalns i at 5 and 10c
.sen noveiites in lancy coons, new art closeil on account ot a disagreement be
iiiitert.il of all the latest thing, at Ehren- twu.n emplojers and workmen. Two luin
hart's opening next week. dred men are thiown out of employment
SUPERIOR PARIS HATS
R. E. SOUDER STORE!
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 31, April I and 2.
Ladies of Springfield and vicinity should not miss the opportunity of witnessing one of the
grandest and most complete displays of imported goods ever seen in the city.
A. E. DAVIS, PROPRIETOR, 33 WEST MAIN ST.
THE WHISTLE WAS DUMB,
For Few I)ij. Only, anil Why It III. I
.suit Spenk An I tipiihll.lint Chapter.
For several days this week, the insane
whistle on the on the works of the Stand
ard Manufacturing company failed to run
up and down the scale as Is Its si out. .Morn
ing, noon and night it was hushed. People
began to joke about It, and inquire whether
it had been hanged bj a vigilance commit
tee. Hut they did not know the secret of
In an humble house not far from where
the throbbing michlnery kept up its eternal
turmoil, a little pallid form lay on a couch, I
bittlmg with the deith angel and striving I
to "keen in a little ltf. " Whit.. I
as a lilj-petal the child looked r
white and wan with the unequal
struggle against iltseise and the parents'!
hearts smote them i they looked on the i
I face of their child Still as the grave was
e house, tue surliest noise uemg painful
to the little p'tlent. I!llt w,len the icreat ,
wiitsur woum cr) om anu n.su noarseiy up
' "d down the scale, as though tr)ingtoes-
!. ... ..! I . It.. I.
' iiriMinnmrv i' mi, aim nir tunc
would see'ip the head In a dumb, path"tic
manner, as tliough the poor, white, trans
parent fingers could shut out the agon).
The nerves, mail with actiiit) as the f leni
ties slonlj died, rebelled agaiu't the pain
caused by the hoarse whistle.
W, i tliu jilt i 1,1 l3 n r ik lit uimLii ti thu iiriv.
pnetors of the shop and asked them if the)
would not cease to Dlow it until the child,
got better. And the little clulii brightened
for a moment and woke back into life I
enough to add her faint little request that
li..-,, iiM keep it still just a few dais un
til she got w-II. The proprietors gave them
instant consent and the )ellmg monster
,. i tliriittl.sl
"Old) a few di)s," the. luld had asked. ' ,)r- Charles F Spaldin.' has given up his
"until I get well" On!) a few da)s." "n'ce on east JIain street and is now lo. ateil
the mother sobbed from her breaking heart. , at his home in this place.
"Onl) a few d.i)s " and she would not About thirty members of the Knights of
utter to herself the horrible dread that hn- Labor from the city made the l.igonda as
ished id,, sentence, as her mute lips and sembly a friendly visit on Thursilaj even
inother's heart could not dare not i Ing.
,, . , t,'re'' Conover is convalescing from a e-
The change cime soon. In a few da)s ere attack of measles. Fred thinks he
the closed shutters were opened a little anil W0UIC rather hive a case of spring fever
the earl) Jlarch smisnine crept timidly In, 0v far. '
s.i.ve.-iug iroui me com o.usiue, uue uuy
bea u of light floated nasi a few mits of
I flowers on the window sill and stole Its way
I to vard the center of the room Here it ap-
pirently found what it wis searching Jor,
a id it lingered and imprinted a kiss on the
g amer c)elid of a white, still little face.
Hut the infant beam could bring no warm
to the cheek, nor did the two little hands
unclasp to greet their golden pla)-fellw,
the sunbeam. There wa an odor of flowers
about the place, ami a Utile white coffin
held in its sacred embrace the body of
a little girl. It was only a few
da)s, and the change had come. He
who hail a!d,"Suffer little children to come
unto Jte," had oped his arms, in which a
uulverse of souls has found the peace the)
sought: and the little one has gone to sleep
on His bosom.
The next da), a white hearse crept slowlv
through the arched gate at Ferm liff and
down the pathwa) guarded b) might) rocks
A train of carnages followed. That night,
the whistle on the shop again bellowed
forth its hoarse chromatic diapason.
(' VIllllOI KT.
Kx-Fire Chief Hennett. of Cleveland, was
In the city jestcrdaj. Chief Simpson es
corted him to the various engine houses and
to other point of interest In the citj. He
was particularlj well pleased with the new
c iiubination machine at the I.aouda
THAT HACKINC COUOll can be so
julckl) cured bj shtloh's Cure. We guar
antee it. For sale b) F. A. Garwood.
Fifty nuportisl pattern hats and bonnets
at Khrenhirt's millinerj' nieiiing next
week. Remember, it takes place the last
three dajs of next week.
Don't fall to hear JIi3 DuPre plaj the
violin at the Orpheus concert. Monday
night, the 'Jsth. Admission J-"i, "' and "0
WILL YOl' SUFFER with Djspepsia
and Liver Complaint:' Shiloh's Yitahzir
is guaranteed to cure) on. For sale bj F.
The ladies are Invittsl to attend the Eh
renhart opening next Weiindav, Thur.
daj. Fridaj and Saturday.
To tlie Lmlles.
The hit and bonnet displaj at the R E
Sunder ojieiiiiig will surpass anj former
exhibitions ever in Sprmgheld
The handsomest limof riioliintr mot rib
bnns iu the citv at the .1 and 10c. store. Ar-
r A andreliableMtsJicinenarethebest
depend upon. Acker's Blood EI-
ixir has been prescribed tor jears lor all lm
! niiT-ltiMnftlipHlnrHl IneverrformofScrof-
nlous. Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is
Invaluable. For Rheumatism, has no equrd.
Kra"1' " Coblentz, corner Market and
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable
he that terrible pntu'li. .shlliili i,iroI fhu
remeily f or j ou. For sale bj F. A. Gar
The Atkins saw works at IniltamtTwilU
GRAND MILLINERY OPENING
-- A.T TH3:E3-
HUFFMAN & RICHTER,
TIE LATEST SPRING STYLES.
No. 31 East
HANDSOME WIDDINQ, BIRTHDAY OR HOLIDAY PRESENT.
I HkBBB. m
Combining a Parlor,
All Airntsheil with
at ourXXbol. wlr Price,
, THELUBURC MANF'C CO
Item, of Interest from sprliicflelil's ,i.
Jlr. Gtsirge Craw ford has had the mump
for a change.
,nlln ,. ..,,, . , ,
back u tion
the Graham farm, and Jacob Burlington
now occupies the rlnney property just va
cated by Mr. Kitchen.
JIanj of the older citizens of Clark and
Champaign counties will remember Dr.
Stephen C. Roscgrant. who some vears ago
moved to Woodward, Iowa. He "died very
suddenly last w eek.
The foundry of the Wanler. Hushnell
Gle-nner company closed down tiniay in re
speet to the foreman, Jfr. Joseph G Nelson,
whose little on. Frank, was buried todaj-.
He died from measles.
Andreas 0ter. a German living above
this place, had a brother arrive this week,
fresh, from Germany. He is but sixtrt n
)ears old, and made the long trip alone. He
Is rather at a disadvantage, being unable to
either .eak or understand a word of Eng
lish. Alv in. the oldest son of Mr. A IL Taven
ner. Is very bail with diphtheria, and his
ph)sjcian has little or no hope of hi recov
erj Thi is certainly a very bad case. Jlr.
I'avenner having lost his only daughter thi
week irom the same disease. Thi is the
onl) case now about I.agonda of this dread
The South Charleston Sentinel, of this
veek. contains the following notice: "Dr.
H. J. Bosart, from Springfield, has opened
a dental office, over the Fanners National
bank, here and .vks the people of this viein
ity who desire an) work in this
line to give h m a call." This is none
other than Harley Hosart, of this
vicinity, well known to everyone here. He
has but recently graduattsi from the dental I
college at Cincinnati, and as the above in I
dicates. has hung Out his shingle in Charles
ton. His numerous friends here wish him
an abundance of success, and hope he
may "draw" well.
lt.nl hstAte Trmiisrrm.
Susan A. Berrj et al. to W. W. D.ehl. lot
on Southern avenene : SoOil.
pi . n., ,,. c A.. t !... ,
on Southern avenu: 81.T5U.
J. JI. Knote to Charles W. Butler. 12 .'
100 acres land in JIad River township.
C. E. Morris et al. to Asa Davis, lot in
John Kennej'sadditim. SI.
W. 11. Craig et al. to Jasper B.Craig. IrtO
acres land In Harmony tovvuship: $i,.,voo.
S. II. Thomas et al. to v Hllara and Car
oline Garrett, lot in Sehna: S200.
John Druuimond to A. J. Fuller, three i
lots in Enon. Sl.uOO. (
C. E. Jloles to Asa Davis, quit claim to
lot on west Pleasant street: St.
Heirs of Jacob Otewalt to Emerv C
erkle. 2 acres land in Pike tow nsliin: SToo.
II. F. Whitney to B. F Jlinlch. five
acres of land in Pike township: ?100.
Jta-y J. Miller and husband t E. Cal
vin .Miller. lot in New Carlisle. S1.2U0.
Robert SI. Kenney to Charlotte Kenney, I
property on Jlechanic street: S10.000.
Phidelia A. Grove and husband to l. S. ,
Hiinvan. lot in Catawba: .ViO.
Thomas S Isketo Asa Davis, lot on
Kliien street ?00. '
W. P. Green toW. Wluttredge. CO tJ 100
acres land in Harmon) township: SLtJ"; '
W Wluttredge to W. P. Green. iUit
claim to 60 4M0O acres of land in liar- ,
moil) township; Si.
JIichael.MiawrertoUilliam II Shawver,
1 70 lOOacreslandinl.erniaii township St
William I Circle to I Circle -n
in,-. .. c 5f
acres land in German township: S0.
I i Jt
THE WONDERFUL M IBH
IJhrmry, Smoking, Redlining or IoTalld
vnjiin, iAJV.ll.b, UKU,urlOllll.
Thrift Jit? fit"lduS! -nd.tampl a-5nippF.Dioj
J''tl' 'Pt W for Catatune. part, of the world.
lh AuintuAil r-Ax-t, n.i.- mr. ...,.
.send stump for Cataloeue. and mention carrtajrea.
145 N. 8th St.. Phllada.. Pa.
Edas Baker to N'ic'ioli Hoherty, ,0 aer -s
lind in lierman tmuis.Vp 7V.
Htnr) Slent to Manle) Goodfeliovv.one
hilf aire land in Harmon) township A.
i isle.x s.icktie). executors, to Samuel
Wa'son. Ji JO-IOO aire of linti in Pleas
ant tnwi snp i,in
John H. Wildvin to Patrick FitzMni
inotis, lot on wot Main street- Si.iW.
Jlir) siler to Catherine IL Hamaker, lot
in New Carlisle SI, loo
Peter Sihr to Catherine R. Hamaker, lot
in New Carlisle- ?100
JIary V Hidley and husband to D. I..
Croft. lot in I) mnelsiille. - ,eo
D. L Crofi et ai to J. W. Hadley, lot in
J H Rtibsam to D. II. Rubsim. thirty
lot in Ruh-ain's addition- "H
DivldGirst to Wllmina Leffel, 2 -100
acres of land In Springfield township: ?VH).
Jlarv L Harvev etal. to John A Shii
nian. lot on bellow Springs- street: s'-oo.
S F W MvertoJ r McLiuhlln. lot
on east Puisant street: .t,000.
IL T an I J W Woliston to Lydia A.
Haley. 1 t0-10il .acres of land ia SpriiiKheld
J. L. Rush to I .1 Bdler, lot In Thom
son's addition: SjiM
V J BillertoJ U Rust. lot In New
Carlisle 51 750.
Charles Stmud to Huldah 1! Dunsbeck,
lot in Stroud's addition. S'jOO.
Elvina But to JIary McCormick, lot on
Clifton avenue. SiuO.
DULY IN I
MOST PERFECT MADE
, rdthSn" I,:?!cs,0. onlS'
, u 1 owdtr that conuin no.Amconla. Lim cr
ul ' rlcr biirnis iMi,iAwin,,H.l
; j .ror ueuctoaly
I fPf RAKItS POViDZR CO Ctiano enj St Louis.
j FOR THE HOMELESS.
3i". Improved KENTCCKY RMS from 20
to tsO acres, at prices fr m Sa to si per
acre For particulars add -ss
King. Mountain M., Ky.
Uf Pal Uru andllOHE.XnailiiiIin
nCfliv men - "". -
VM.Jfsi.1 . in lrr.rs.4 qiitrll athnmr. 34
iH.Tmi..ii u II 'pel, me ,ll,.e .rut free.
I uH't; lnled. t ana.
'pTT'E'tJ Instant relief. Final cure In ten
IIJJIjO. days.andneverretums No purge
nosalve.no suppository. MUTerers will learn,
otailmph remedy Free, by addreiilng C.J.
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