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W4bisoitofi .March 00 -Ohio
Fair either. frli.iwl by
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30, 1SS7. j
Buy your clothes and furnich
Ing goods at a place where
articles are marked in plain
figures and where there is but
one price. It is certainly
much pleasanter; you are
more apt to get value received
for your money.
There is scarcely any one,
even men in the business, that
can judge the price of a suit
of clothes within two or three
dollars, or even more;
less can be expected of those
who only buy a suit or two in
a yar. You run no risk at
WITHOUT NEW YORK
Senator Sherman Can Be Elected the Next
President of the United States,
So Says "Dick" Smith.
Tin- Kneel or the liilcr-Mntv "i.iiiiimt
1IIII Itsllrool I'.mn Clrrnlar
Isui tl !) the lt mis lv nnln i-iiiii-
p.lliv 1 lie NfU. Iij Wire.
lly tile Issoclated Pre.
Ni.w Yiikk, March .:o Kichard i-inith.
of Cincinnati, i- at the Fifth Avenue hotel
The Tribune quotes lnm as saying yester
day: "We don't rare am thing about New
York in the next presidential election
Sherman can carry Indiana. Tennessee.
Vircinia ami W-t Virginia. We ran carry
the three southern Mates I have mentioned,
on the tarul jiie-tinii and inquisition to
Cleveland. Tliere is no question atioiit it.
If X'w York want- to fall m line, -lieean.
I understand that Sherman is well regarded
In New York f it . In Imllaii.1
the democrats have played into
our hands, just as they iIM
in Ohio, the have giver, us tlie state bv
their maladministration of aiT.urs. Hoadly
gave them the worst blow, just Iiefore In
left Cincinnati, when lie made a speeeh in
which he told them plainly tliat they liail
over-reached themselves by frauds that de
served universal condemnation from all
honest men. If we cannot win the next
presidential election wedcserveto be beaten
The democrats haw given Us the advant
age." semi ill tiiirrni.is.
riTTsnriir.. March 30. The Peniisylva
nia Company, operating lines west of Pitts
burg, Issued its oflicial circular today for its
passenger department in conformitj wiih
the provisions of the inter-state commerce
bill. Agents are instructed to restore pas
senger rates to lull regular tariff and to I e
COME OVER AND HELP US.
.. nt t p In 'h tries
t rlt-llils ill Vllierlf.l.
Mnr ilonimi r
stevtnrl I'atliell ti
I.im.iiv Neb.. Mirch :). The follow
ing cablegram was received hj lion, .lolni
Fitzgerald and the follow lug repl ent to
lloi sk 01 Cnvivitivs.
1.om..is. Urch JS. IssT I
To Hon Join FiugeriM. Lincoln. Neb
Thecocicion bill proposed tonight in the
house ot commons is the eighty-sevenlh
since the act of union, enjily-sevt 11 ycaii.
ao. It is also the most stringent, tyran
nieal ami uncalled tor li the state of affairs
in Ireland. Never lietore has a coercion
bill tieen projMistil when crime was mi rai
idlv deciiasing.'is compared with previous
years. The measure is aimed against all
open agitation and appears to be expressly
designed tor driving discontent to the sur
face. It places all public sjieikers,
writers and conductors ot newspapers
absolulelj at the meie.v of stipen
Oiarj magistrates holding tluir mllce
it the pleasure of the crown. It condemns
the Irish speaking pedant of rack-rented
Kerry to the tender mercies of packed
Oiangcmen or to a jury of Englishmen at
the old llailey. 111 iamdon. The Liberal
part, headed hj vilailstone, stands us one
managaiMst this inuputous measure, and
will tight shoulder to shoulder with us in
opHising it to the last. It seemed impossi
ble to believe that even the present house of
commons will continue to follow the Ton
government 111 their mad course, and good
judges consider the measure w ill break and
rum the cabinet. We must, however, pre
pare for the worst, ami cimtideiitlyapiie.il
to the Aimrican people for that sv nip itliy
and siippoit which the have never with
held from a people struggling for Iibort.
Lincoln. March 09. ls")T.
To Hon. lnrle . l'arnell. M. P.. Home of
i omni ins, London
Cable rveivel. The league will redouble
its ertorts. Ireland is sine of American
svmpatliv and support in the coming crisis.
The Nebraska legislature Unlay, by unani
mous vote, passed resolutions of svmpatliv
w it 1 1 Ireland and condemning the tor poli
ced coercion. This and similar manifes
tations throughout this freecountrv give
the lie tu the slanders of the F.nglish pn
Regular Meeting of the City Council Last
Evening and What the City
Itic lliitiiuir (II) Onliii uifM. HIu
timiH, I it ., U illiuut u liirliru
liirl) rnwhiK liiiTtt -Tlit)
ItliiC " 1 titl.
1 !.) tru.i ni.irifiiiit. iWi tmf . 1m1.1t Iii7
sure to sell noticketsfor less than sjHvitiis! I u'th ,r,.,ai;i. r,iis great libert -loving
rates. All sub-agents are to be discharged .,,. ,.f ,, i-mt.,i c.,.,,,, ,ir0 tt.u
111 svmpat vvitli Ireland's struggle for home
rule. .Iohn Fn.i:uvi 11.
at once, special or reituceu rales tor all 1
classes of jiersons. Including those hereti-'
fore issued on account freight sh'ppers,
manutactiirers. commercial traveler-,
thi-atricsl compaires. circuses, ba e
ball clubs, students hunters, u-dier-1
men, ateamlxiat men, iiolice. members of ,
pres. hoteN, chant latmrers' national
soldiers' homes. 111a or's orders and sisters '
of charitv are atwlislied. Mileage tickets
much of everv kind, except "advertivrs." are
withdrawn. Contracts made with local,
nevvsp.iHTs for the ear lSsT, to pax for 1
advertising and tratisportatioe. are. howev
er, to be carrieJ out. I.oca! tickets to mm-'
isters will lie carried at two cents per mile,
as will also round-trip tickets for thirty
days. The circular is dated March "utli,
and goes into effect April 1st.
itoriir the socialist t ancll-
Chick.". March 30. The democratic
I ! fvtniiititi111 1I11I nut meet until '1 11. 111.
For the choicest novelties and .wsterday. and shortly after S adjourned
1 witliout day. lieing unable to decide upon
all the bright new Styles for the head of the ticket. The only provision
The following resolutions passed both
houses of the hgislature. by a unanimous,
vote, anil were immediately- cabled to Glad
stone and l'amell:
Wiilkk vs. The government of Great
Britain, in defiance of the wishes of the
Irish people and of the expressed will of
the jieople of Wales and Scotland, and of
the drmiicraey of Knglainl. deny the Irish
people a responsible gov eminent and now
threaten them vvitli the Infliction of laws
that will trample on everv vestige, of per
sonal and constitutional Iiliertv and blood
shed, if not in the ruin of the Irish people;
and wheras, the Irish people have alvvajs
lieeu steadfast and faithful friendsof Amer
ican lhVrtv, lighting for its achievement
and for its preerv ation and so bound up
with lis by ties of blood and honnrable arts
that our hearts arc greatly moved by their
noble struggle for human freedom:
llesolvcd. That we condemn the Irish
Council met Tue-day evening in regular
session. The pit anient and vice president
both being absent, Mr. I'lince was elected
president pro tetn. on motion of Mr. Bur
nett. Kiev ell members answered to their
mines, namel : Aekeron, Burnett, Funk.
Hanika, McKenna, Michael, N'etts, l'rince.
Kipp. llussell and K. T. Thomas. Messrs,
Kidder. W. S. Thomas and Koni afterward
put in an nppearance.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read ami approved.
Ill.roKIs OF UIFICKIts.
The clerk presented copies of siecitica
tions and forms for bids on street paring,
as pn paied by the engineer, J. 1). Moler.
111 aicordance with direction of council,
w ltli a resolution setting aside I-10.5U fo
printmg one hundred copies each of pro
posals and specifications, to lie done miller
direction of the city clerk The specific
tions and forms of bids were read III full,
ami after discussion were referred to the
solicitor and engineer, with the committee
011 streets and highways, for further action.
11 Mr. Ackerson From I) II. Koche
and others, for an order requiring paving
on west side of Limestone street, between
Southern avenue and State street. Ile
ferred By Mr. Itapp From Fred Hacker and
others, asking council to order curb and
gutter on the south side of Cedar street, be
twivn Yellow Snrings and Uice. Referred.
Bills were read and referred.
KKi'oirrs or ruMvtiTTr.F.s.
Bv Mr Funk, from finance committee
l'ayordinance to (). F. Serviss, preparing
special duplicates Greenmont and Talor
stretts sewer districts. S150. I'aveil.
By Mr. McKpuna. from committee on
city improvements l'ay ordinance to
vrmstrong Ilros.. crossing plates
Pat lioolan. 011 account nt crossing
Pat Doulan. mason work
11 Mr. Ilvnlka. from committee on
streets and highway l'ay ordinance to
h V. Vulllinn. or piy of street hand .-) sn
(eiirgeslntr. for firosen stone ."
Totil d7 W
By same Keiort that the plat of IoU
laid out by -Mr. W. S. Martland hail lieen
examintsi and found in correct form, ac
companied by a resolution to adopt plat
and accept street and alleys included in
same, under Usual conditions. Adopted.
By same A resolution setting a grade on
Western avenue, between Main and l'ltas
ant streets. Adopted.
Bv same Keport that the bids for grad
policy of Lord Salisbury and his cibinet as 1 j,ig Knd graveling Xelson street along the
at variance with every principle ot consti- UPt side of stand-pipe grounds, had been
tutional law and justice as inhuman in con-1 exaniied, accompanied by a resolution ac-
the season's requirements,
I made was to authorize Chairman Hoffman ceplion, and tending not only to injure the ceptlng the bid of .1. P. Chapman (gravel-
in , nf the ennventiou to appoint a committee of people of Ireland, but to Imperil the safety
n- .in.,.1. tn i.,i.ih,.i. . ikt.i Ti,r I of the, British empire and to estrange the
duality, variety and large as- i, 0 intimation as towhatcotitM'jvUl.boJPW'U'1'"' irieiulsliip of the American
. lJ '.. -- J -- - ukenirthe"comunhee Is also unable to nc-jeople, who have never sanctiorieil a jmlicy
grade Ol , $ZTL one man running on ' K-iw. . ; That we expend to.M, iWil
soitn.ent in every
I the democratic ticket for office, C. F. M. 1 'i '- co-ia-suei-. . .... ... ...e ., .- ..,.,.,.
I Allen, nominated at the former com en- our heartfelt sympathy ami encouragement
., !,. ....., n i ..hir..i if to continue the gallant stmgg'e until 11a-
. (.It'll iUl ill mii'iiivj . it is iiiiiiuiiui 11 - . .
YOU Cannot afford tO paSS ) the committee ottim will secure nauu-s to . tional and responsible government 111 I ri
w s.s....s r ..... .. ,, .. ; , . ...... .. u.I fcll miei. inure eiilov Tn'msr and halv
nil the otner maiiKs oeiore eiei'iion uay. ...... ..... -.-v-.- f
It isproliablethat Mr. Hoffman, vvh'oisa, pi'iess
socialist, will name a committee that will 1 Kesohed That we honoi the noble Maud
either deel me to place a democratic ticket taken b.v Mr. Gladstone mid the enlight
in the held or. in order to prevent the re-, end memory of Gieat Britain and express
publicans from regaining i-ower in the citv. ' our confidence that their principles of jiis
will lioldly indorse the MK-ialist ticket fiom tice and lib, rty to Ireland w ill prevail ov er
head to tail. l" oaiuaious aim uiiiii.iHt.'u3 i-"j . '
1 torv government.
Ctilltl Iiiirne.1 to Heath. 1 That copies of these resolutions be cabled
to Hon. Charles Stewart l'amell and Hon.
Springfield's Only One Price
Clothiers and Gents'
25 AND 27 WEST MA IX ST.
Lima. 0., March ot). This morning Mrs.
W. S. Hulhnger, who lives at Couant. a
small station about nine miles west of this
city, on the Chicago and Atlantic railroad,
went to the barn to milk the cons, leaving
her three children, the oldest aged about
four years, and the youngest, a boy, aged
one ear. alone in the house. During her
absence, the youngest child, which had JiM
commenced to walk, went too near the stove
and its clothes ignited- The oldest child,
realizing the danger, ran for their mother,
but before she reached the house the cloth
ing was all burned from the little one's
body and the tlesh to a crisp,
sent for medical a-ssistance.
lieved the little one of its agony m a few
Gladstone, house of commons.
H0M0RS TO H0ADLY.
ing. l'Vx cents per yard, and graveling 47H
cents per yard.) for the cityV share of .said
work, mid setting aside ?S0O to pay for the
same, the work to be done under the direc
tion of the citv engineer. Adopted.
By same Beport as to resolution setting
aside S'JUO for improvement of Chestnut
and Sherman avenues, that same had been
examined, and offering for adoption a reso
lution setting aside Sjoo for repair of Sher-
min avenue and SIS0 for Chestnut avenue,
wnrk to lie done by stieet commissioner,
under dnectlon of street committee.
By Mr. Korn. from committee on fire de
partment Resolution that the sum ot SJ00,
set aside out of the fire department fund
for the purchase of a horse, and not et
used for sild purpose, be ordered returned
to the ciedit ot said fund. Adopted.
By same Pay ordinance:
1' W 5itnpsivn. salary of employe In
pirt .. "SS
r. Ilo.lce. hauling gravel . V1
Humphreys A Kawrnoml.uurk at engine
Bv Mr. Kidder, from police committee
I 'ay ordinance to
.1 r w 1'i.er. nav of nollcemen .. 51.2N? 3.1
V. II- Hughes. ilary as m irshal 1W 00
C 1. llogle. stenographic report ot
trills 2' "
. v Warner, superinteiitleat chain
'-inith ltros .sluicing horses tor patrol
II. C LYON.
AND FAMILY SCPI'LIES.
The Best Ctnned and Battled Hoods.
Stilctlj Tare and First-CIas
(Joods, at Liwent Prices.
The Lats C. T.,Ward;Grocery,
G7 west;xain ST.,
Corner of Center, Springlleld, 0.
TELEI'HOSK (l. 32.
Might ll:ive Iteen More s.rin..
Cincinnati, March 30. Fire broke out
in the closet near the stairway in the third
story of St. Joseph's Children's home in
Corryrille this morning, while the janitor
was 011 the lower floor and while the matron
and two assistants were at mass. In the
third story about twenty children from four
to ten years of age were sleeping. One
of these was awakened by smoke, hhe
aroused others and the elder children car
ried the younger ones sately down. The
I janitor arrived in tune to save the last in
, fant. Prompt response by the tiredepirt
! intnt saved the building from destruction.
1 In five minutes more the tire would have
I cut otf egress from the dormtory.
Itml ltnilro.nl stnn'li-l'p.
' Svv. Am omo. March .".0. At Dry den
I station, in the second division of the Soutli
'ern Paemc, a west bound engine and ca
I bmise suiasheil full tilt into a freight tram
coining east. The trainmen had no tune to
jump and Engineer McCamless was pinched
aud scalded to deajh. The breakage is very
The IVlimer Olo'ii II1111 I..it Mglil.
Ni vv Yokk, Mirch 30 Sity-hve member-
of the Beta Theta I'l college fraternity
with a few outside friend-, gathered at l)el
niouico's. last niglit, to tender a reception
and Inmpitt to ex-Governor lIo.nl!-. of
Ohio, now a practicing Iawver of this citv.
Those present included evGoveiror Ah-ln-tt.
of N'evv Jer-ev. Kdgar M. Johnson.
The mother 1 ()f (). Senator McDonald, of Indiana,
but death re- 1 1 i.....,...! T.Jn, s. Vi. t Vin-iioi.
1 Mini ,.i-u,t, 1 viiii .. ...... .- .... ...... , , .
: : .. .1. .. .1... . 11 1 ioiai
Al Xlie nose in inr iei.i-. iit--
I lent John A. Covington aldre-vd 1 'a'"',e, . , . ...
a warn, and heartv welcome to Governor ly Mr. Ackerson. from committee on
Hoadlv. recounting ' Hie honors which had narks and cemeteries -Pay ordinance to
been conferred on him by the great state of K Kin He. silary as sexton Sli' 0
Ohio. To this G iveinor Hoa lly responded I'as-ed.
modestly, but with an earnest expression Bv Mr. Funk, from committee on light
of appreciation of the good feeling w hich and corporations l'ay ordinance to
prompted the banquet; and devoted the re- Oiiinplon Electric Light Co., street
maliider of his brief reunrks to recalling lighting . ?SS 00
pleasant meiiioue-. of Beta Theta Pi and a Passed.
iiefense of college societies, referring e-pe- By Mr. IUnlka. from committee on health
dally to their hospitality. General Roger Pay ordinance
A. Pry or welcomed Governor Hoadly on Daniel '-iilllvan. services as ?anltary Map.
behalf of the New York bar. aud was fol- hal
lowed by e-G.iverni.r Abbett. ex-Judge Passed.
Noih l).i"ri. (Jeneral Wise and others. By Mr. Michael, from committee on
Ex-Senator McDonald, in resminse to the markets Resolution setting aside STo to
same, and that the work be done during
April. lss7 Heterred
By Mr. Wits Setting aside S.'iO fi r con
struction ot modern crossings across .Main
street on west side of Williams: street near
Grace chapel and across Plum street at CY
Council then adjourned.
V lltini luif Keys" l.nt -Night -My I'nrl
ner" Xlnrie I'rescett nt lllnf ks.
"A Bunch of Keys," Charles lioyt's con
glomeration of take-offs on hotel life. wa
presented at the Grand last night before a
very large audience. It was quite half
past b o'clock when the orchestra began
the overture, the performance having been
delayed by the late arrival of the coinpany.
When the curtain was at last rung up the
company coniiensated for the delay They
gave a capital presentation of the "skit."
parts of it being really excellent. Mr
Eugene, Canheld. as Grimes, was as
funny as ever, and brought dim 11 the house
on numerous, invasions. Miss Marietta
Nash is a remarkably clever soubrette. and
her impersonation of Teddy Keys was
capital. Her dancing in the second act was
as tine in its way as any lady hisevrdone
here, and was heartily appreciated by the
audience. Mr George l.iuri brought out
Snaggs's pis Hilarities ami eccentricities in
a very laughable manner, in the second
act Miss Marie Bell and Mr. Alex. Bell
sang a lovely duet from "La Kavonla," and
-Miss Sally Colin charmingly rendered the
"Bye, ltye" song from "Enninie." The
singing by the company was excellent.
Friday evening. April 1. Louis Aldrich.
Mipported by his own excellent company,
will appear at the Grand in Hartley Camp
bell's great play. "Mr l'attner." there
are in this play lines of the tenderest and
most unspeakable pathos, etry as deep
and full and genuine as the sounds wood
and wafted through a forest of pines, and
as redolent "' "" atmosphere of California
as the streams which lave its valleys or the
snows which ?rown its mountain heights.
Tliere is humor and sentiment, there is
sense and sequence, there is chivalry an 1
feeling, there is poetry throughout. Every
one has imagined that the author
or dramatist who has lived within the
shadow- of a California canyon is
brought closer to nature, in its grandeur
and sublimity, than is possible In any other
place. It might seem as if nature selected
the forest garden of the Pacific as the last
place wherein man would penetrate; hence
the repository of her tn'st gifts in profusion.
Mr. Campbell has caught the spirit of this,
raid framed a pretty domestic story In the
pure gold of a rough mining habitation.
Tliere are no pistols, dirks or shotguns in
"My Partner." The merits of the work are
its sustained interest, its strong climax, its
lieautif ill dialogue, its coherence as a play,
and the pin-tic atmosphere in which It is de
veloped. iSeats are now- on sale at Harris's cigar
'On Saturday evening Miss Marie Prescott
will nlav a return engagement at Black's.
appearing as Galatea in "Pygmalion and
Galatea." supported by B D McLean. Miss
Van Sickle and a powerful company. Of
Miss Prescott the Philadelphia Timrx says;
Miss Prescott is an emotional actress of
groat intelligence and power. Her dramatic
effects are made vv ithout resort to rant, and
she makes herself, not only by the interest
invested invested 111 the character, but the
manner in which she interprets it. the cen
tral figure of the drama. Indeeil.it may
b said without disparagement tntliecom
penr that she is the piece. Miss Prts-cott
achieved an unqualified success, being called
before the curtain at the end of each act,
and the lovers of the legitimate will be am
ply repaid by seeing such an artiste Is such
a good play.
Of her leading support, the fevv York
Mr. K. D. McLean exceeded even the
most sanguine expectations of his many
friends and admirers. His tine hjure and
manlv beautv scried him well, making him
the the ideal Pygmalion. His acting is easy
and effective. His voice is full, strong, w-ll
modulated and under ierfe:t control. He
displayed once more his ability and gave
abut.dant evidence of his great dramatic
K OK I I.fTTl BE.
Tomorrow- (Thursday) evening. March
31st, Mrs. C. Fannie Allln will lecture on
"The Causes of Organization," at Black's,
for the benefit of Phicnix assembly. L. of
L. The lecture i a comprehensive glance
at the troubles which have driven working
men to organize for their own protection.
Everv workingnian and K. of L. should
CARROLL TRIAL POSTPONED.
Judge Blandin Has Business in the Higher
Courts and Otnnot B-3 Pres
ent in Time.
Iterelvers in Hie IHi.iul .i-e On. tiff
ltrmtii, th Cattle Thief. Fonntl .iult
fttlll s)enteiil eil III tin 1'etllten.
llitr.i for Kigliti en Months.
The trial of Jessie Carroll, which was
to have been comment! it on Tu,csdai.
April ."i, was continued until the summer
term this (Wednesday) morning, on appli
cation antl at the cost of the defendant.
The continuance was granted ilium the ap
plication of Judge lllandin. of Cleveland.
Miss Carroll's principal counsel, in the
form of a personal letter to Uindolph Cole
man, esq , his associate 111 the else, simply
stating that he had fully expected to be
present at the time -et tor the hearing of
the case, but that, owing to an iuiiort.aiit
case beginning Tliutxiav in the I'ulled
States court III which he is eouusel. it will
lie Impossible for linn to attend, as the ea-
named will probably outlast this and the
succeeding week. The application ror a
continuance was made the stihps't of an
earnest discussion this morning, in which
Mr. Coleman. Prosecutor Weau'i and
George Speuce. e-q . all addressed
the court. Judge White Kimself taking
an active colloqua! part. All. Geo. SH'!:ce.
who is Miss Carroll's lioudsmaii in the sum
of $2,00.1, vv is opposed to a continuance of
the case in so far as it rendertd him liable
to forfeiture, but onlv to this extent He
naturally wished to be protected .III Ige
White regarded Judge Blindm'- written
statement as true beyond a d mht. and ac
cepted it without the iisti il formality of re
quiring an affidavit. It was a question in
the mind of the court whether or not the
mere convenience of counsel was sufficient
grounds for a coutrnuance Prosecutor
Weaver stated that the only objection to be
urged on the part of the state was that a
continuance until the smnmcr term would
probably make it a ditlii ult matter to secure
the attendance of the necessiry witnessi-s
from other states. The state has never vet
asked for a continuance m the case. Mr.
Coleman assured the court and Mr. Weaver
that in the the event the cuntiniunce was
granted, and that the State was not ready
to go to trial on the date set for its hearing,
no advantage would be taken by iiefense.
Taking all these statements into considera
tion. Judge White finally granted a contin
uance, with the condition th it Miss Carroll
shall appear in court next M uiday. April
4th. and renew h r bond, or surrender her
self. An entry to this effect was drawn up
antl approvtd by ail pirties. The jury to
hear the case was accordingly not "struck"
tixlay. It is likely- that the case will lie re
assigned for trial about Jlay U0, the next
term commencing on May 2.
The business for this term, so far as it
now apiars, is about finished iipaml Judge
White authorizes the statement that court
will next Monday be adjourned sine die.
The Itegulnr Metluc I a.l Kveiiing Me-
Iro IM Mseil.
The regular monthly mentlng of the
Young People's conversarione oi the First
Presbyterian church was held last 1 Tues
day I evening, in the church parlors, with a
large attendance and a very lively degree
of interest. The subject for the evening
was Mexico as a country, and th customs
and characteristics of Its i-aople. The ex
ercises were opened with prayer by Mr
Fred Barrett, Mr. Minor C. Williams and
Mr. Will It Lee. The programme was
oieiied by Mivs Wllie Milhollin. vvitli a
well-prepared and extremely instructive
paper on Miss Kankm's work in
Mexico an account of the labors,
difficulties and triumphs of one of thehrst
missionaries who ever tave parccular at
tention to the interesting people of our sis
tcr republic. Miss Milhollin'.s pa(ier vv s
well received, as it deserved.
Tim regular "lournallstic" feature of t
meeting followed the reading of the
"Budget on Mexico,"a "nevspapr" edited
and printed (vvitli p-n and ink) by .Miss
Vnna Willard ami Mr. Noble King. Tin
Budget", like Its predecessors which have
from tune to time been introduced to the
notice of the Conversazione. 11 as divided
into columns, 'ided with long and short ar
tides and items pertulniug to our sister re
public, and contained a great deal to inter
est and instruct It was quit a credit to
the young editors.
Following this feature, ten minutes 01
more wasdevottsl to propounding questions
on Mexico to Miss Ogdeu, asntcrof Lieut.
Cnat. Oftlen, of this city.) who was a mis
sionary to AIcxuo nine years ago and who
returns next week to resume her labors
there. Miss Ogden was able to give some
very interesting ami laluable information
Mr Gilbert Wilson followed in a paper on
the Fiji islands, which made one of the
pronounced hits of the evening. Besides
containing a vast amount of sound informa
tion, it was prepared in a bright, humorous
vein which was particularly pleasing to the
auditors. Did ipaoe permit Mr. Wilson's
piper would be printed entire, as it fully
merits it The exercises proper concluded
with a prayer for the success of Miss Og
den by Mr. Will. Lee, aud theremiindcr of
the evening was devoted to pleasant social
Miss Ogden's book of Mexican prints will
be left at Mr. Barr's book store for the in
-pection of any who would like to see it.
until she leaves for Mexico the later part of
TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1887.
-! V. n H.inifrcii,
Have ad led to their stock many new goods
du tig the past week. We mention a few.
New Nn k It tellings, white, cream and
new tints; Tourist Bu-hing: Children's
Lace and Linen Collars : new Hibbons, all
shades to match suitings ; new- China Crape
lies, exquisite shades; new Silk Um
brellas, "Windsor" and other makes; the
new- "Tuxedo" Umbrella, very stylish ;
wrv; Kid Gloves, blak and colored, with
'leavy stitched bu ks; new Fancy Hosiery,
he best hue m the city ; all-linen Torchon
Lwes at the lowest prices these goods have
ever been offered at : Hamburg Embroid
i ries frnn 1c to SJ per yard, llain'jur;
Kiubridenes on "Bias" Cloth: come md
rf'e' thftti- EmhroiilerMil f'.-imlirie RitiiI.
fjjrmie Nainsook Embroidery; new braids for
i'it-ss i minimis, iiiruiii.ug -some, novel
-tvles for trimuiingcliildren's dresses ; new
goods opening every tlay here.
N B -Tomorrow. Wednesday, new
suitings in checks and fancy styles, hello
ipipc -hades, tan Beiges, etc. Full stock
it nrihs Crape de Chine for evening
The Finest Selected Slock of
The Finest J1
In the 'Ity an! at closest figures for the
luaotj-olgiwls. Ve are out ot the way.
tmt it 7 n taki trouble to flnd us as Iran
lredi nf then have dune, we wlllguxran
te you Hi factum and the must stvllsnly
trimmest har m the city, we have In
our . iiiploy au expert artist as trimmer,
who ,sellP"te4iinalltheeajlern stFles
"Wait Tor Our Opening!
After the cold chilly weather has paseu
sina we wdt show you "love's ut bonnets"
and handsome hits that you will not only
wish t- look at. hut tn wear
MRS. J. H. ARBOGAST,
NO. 21 MARKET ST.,
Hang III in fin flic spot.
St IYTKRsuriM., March 3C A whole
sale merchant of St. I'etersburg, reputed to
lie worth millions, has been shot antl kil'etl
by a man to whom he refused to give so.ouo I
roubles toward the nihilist fund. The uitir
de. has been arrested. Other Hussein cap
itallsts are learftil of suffering a similar
nrs lleuted ty Mc.tni.
Nkvv Ultl xsvvu k, N. ,1.. March 30.
The rcnnsylvania railroad has been run
ning local passenger traffic between this
I city ami Jersey City for the past few days
i in cars heated brsteam from the locomo
tive. Ctienteil the (, allows.
I St. Lot-is, March :). William I Mile,
who murdered his wife by cutti;ig lier
throat on January IS last and then attempt
ed to kill himself in thosaine manner, died
In jail yesterday and thus cheated the gal-
I low s.
j A Telrilieil Itml.
I Tirrtv. March "0 The remains of Mrs.
! llennls were exhumed at the city cemetery
Ivesterdav. They hail been burieil hftet n
! v ear- antl had turned to solid stone.
' men could not lift the lmdy.
pav 1. vv. Hill 101 springing .narkei
square from the first of April to the hrst of
October, under direction of committee on
By Mr. Netts, from claims committee
i ii Mnier. iMi.irterIv salary and pav of
solicitor . .
h x Willi ims' quarterly salary as
llllam hariin. uuarterly salary as
ass slant engineer
J P. tio.idwlii, quarterly salary as
l - May. quirtorly salary as market
J .- MieHalter. salary as clerk, etc
.- v. How in in. quarters' rent for coun
cil room, etc
i I. Avery quarters' rent tor mayor's
ofnve.etc . -
K L. I'.irrett .V Sous, poll books aud
lluiiinlirrys A Uaymoud. repairs to
stove and zinc
CRUSHED BENEATH FALL1NC VALLS.
Ilavlil l.riiluilll lllsriilate Ills Hliouliler
11 title llremiilnt:.
A remarkably peculiar accident happened
to Mr. David (iraliam of west Mulberry
street, last nizht about midnight. Mr.
(Iraliam and his vufeyetired at their usual
hour and about midnight he in some man
ner threw himself from the lied ami dislo
catad his left shoulder. Shortly alter re
tiring Mr. (iraham began to dream and
after esTiencing several jieculiar "mid
night visions," he dreamed that he was in a
house that was falling to pieces. The tim
bers crushed him tightly to the floor and he
thought his time had come, when by one
supreme effort he dragged himself from
beneath the fallen walls and awoke, to
hnd himself ly ing on the floor vvitli bus left
Dr. Kussell was called anil reduced the
dislocation. Mr. ('raliani will lose the use
of Ins left arm for three or four weeks.
The jury in the case of Clias. H. Brown,
under Indictment for stealing two cows
from Dr. Debbie, of near F.iidii. retired at
about 0 o'clock last evening. At midnight
they had not returned a verdict, and the
court anil officers went home, leaving Dei
uty Brassheld in charge. About three
o'clock this morning t!teiury-"anrronnceit
that it had agreed upon a ierdicta ami was
dismissed until until 'J o clock this mom
lug. leaving the verdict in a sealed
envelope for the court The jury
reassembled this morning, and the verdict
was found to be one for conviction, and as
sessing the value of the stolen property at
S70. The jury was then dismissed It is
said the hrst ballot was eight to four for
conviction, antl the second ten to two. It
stuck this way tor eight long, weary hours.
It is is a remarkable thing in this eourt for
a jury to return a verdict after midnight.
Brown was brought Into court for sen
tence at 10 o'cltek this morning, his attor
ney, J. K. Mower, esq , having given out
the idea of moving foi a new- trial. Brown
claims that he was simply employed by
William Jones, with whom he was
arrested, to drive the cows away, antl
that he did not know that the cows were
stolen. Jones is out on SSOO Unid furnished
bv his father, ami his "lumped." Judge
White sentenced Brown tocigliteen months
in the penitentiary at hard labor. He is a
very intelligent man anil is about the slick
est citizen that has lieen connned m the
Clatg coi.nty jail tor manv a d iv He will
be taken over to Cohiinbn-early next week.
10 BLACK'S OI'EK.V HOL'sE.
U'oll itml Favorably Known as
Is ready and willing to show
to his many friends and pa
trons the handsomest, most
elegant fitting and cheapest
garments far this season ever
exhibited in this community.
toast i-Fraterniti. said that he went to col
lege before Greek letter fraternities hail In
vaded that distant region. He supposed
they had descended from the time when
Creeks vv ere civ ilieil and every one eNe was
a barbarian. He became a member of the
fraternity long after he had left college. He
left college without Ins pirehtneiit and it
was not till 17G that lir became an alum
nus. HANDSOMELY REMEMBERED.
lion. It. M. Arnett I'aneil by Ills on.
stituents That Cnne.
Xin, O., March 30. A large antl en
thusiastic citizens' meeting was held at the
City opera house last evening to tender a
reception to Hon. It. W. Arnett, on his re
tiring from the Ohio legislature. The meet
ing was presided over by Hon. John Little,
and a number of speeches were made by
j prominent citizens. The meeting was con
cluded by the pre-enting to Mr. Arnett an
I elegant cold-headed cane, inscribed, "Pre
sented to the Kev H W. Arnett, D. 1).. by
the Kepublicaiis of Greene county, March
J'.ith. "ST." The presentation speech was
made by Hon. C. 1. Maxwell, of this city.
Bather a funny incident is related in re
gal il to the cane. The committee ordered
the cane, vvlndi failed to arrive in time, and
rather than disjniKilut the large crowd that
was present a cane was borrowed for the i ...een Mulberry and Jefferson, be graveled.
oecasion. After the presentation. Mr. Ar- i jrfirn.,i.
nett. on looking at the cane, saw the follow- uy Mr." Kidder That Patton street and
nig inscription. "Presented bv the em- ;raml avenue lie graded ami graveled to
ployesof the Ilollenranip Brewing to. .le frem Center street east to Limestone,
i:i.vlilt. til' oisHIN sNCl.it.
The ordinance accepting a plat of lots
laitl out by the heirs or John Ludlow, de
ceased, was read the second tune.
The ordinance accepting a plat of lots
laitl out by U. . .Maitland. was read the
third time and put ujxin its passage.
Bv Mr. Funk That Light street, tie
The Man Wlln t'ireil tlie Hrst Gun al Ft,
Nkvv Yoith, March .50. General Uose
well S. Bipley was strlcket by apoplexy at
the N'evv York hotel yesterday and died at
J o'clock last night. General Kipley was
born In Ohio .n lv!4. He was graduated
from West Point and commissioned brevet
second lieutenant of artillery in 1M3. He
served throughout the war with Mexico and
wasbrevetted major for gallant conduct at
Chapultepic. In ISW he resigned from the
army and entered business in Charleston,
b. 0. In April, l-oil. he directed the first
gun upon Fort Sumter and was made a
brigadier general in the Confederate army.
He was vvoiindid at Antletam and subse
quently served ill South Carolina. General
Bipley is tlm author of a "History of the
War with .Mexico." published In lSIU.
imt Lights ror the ItartliuMI Matue.
WxsiiiMiioN, March 3i. The light
house tkiard has completed arrangements
for increasing anil improving the Illumina
tion of the Bartholin statue of Liberty on
Bedloe's island. A strong lens will be
plat tsl In the torch, live additional electric
lights will be placed around tho base, mak
ing thirteen of such lights in all. and a
number nf incandescent lights will be
placed m the interior ot the statue. The
light to be placed m the torch will be one
of the most powerful fixed lights in the
world. It is intended for the purpose of
John Ci. (loodfcllow. who was yester
day appointed uceivcr in the ease of
the Mad Biver National Bank against the
James Driscol's ."sons Co . iiuaMieil this
morning, giving the reiiiired bond of "-'"i.-000
with Dr. Cl.ireme It Kay. Vancy- F.
Goodtellow, Addison Wilson and Michael
Wilson as sureties. Tin bond was accepted
by Judge White. A.J Hiker, the other
receiver, whose IxintI is sa.ooo i- out of the
city, antl has not yet iiualitietl. 1 lie receiv
ers will not dispost of the property, but
will hold It subject to therderof the court,
among other things being directed to take
out a reasonable insurance on the property.
The question to be determined is uisiu the
alleged priority of the claim of the Mid
Kiver National ti ink to the mortgages tiled.
The receivers will also seethat power is
furnished the laundry and the planing mill
in the Dri-col building, and other inciden
Pleasant Iflitltday surprise.
Mrs. P. J. Clevenger was quietly reading
the news nf the day last ( Tuesday ) evening
about S o'clock at her home when she was
unceremoniously reminded by a company
of her friends that she had arrived at an
other mile-stone in the journey of life
Some one knocked at the front door, and as
she went to open it and welcome some siii
posec' eveiiius caller every door of her resi
dence opened and her friends crowded'
around her, asking her how old she was,
when washer birthday, etc., anil she stood
looking at the company, answering none,
try lnf to get her breath, and think what it
all meant. The occasion was. indeed, a
complete surprise, and was m ide enjoyable
by serving a dainty luncheon, playingyouug
folks' games and wishing Mrs. C many
more such happy birthdavs. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Scott Weast,
Mr. and Mrs. Divid Javne. Mrs. Kva Lan
iion, Mr. and Mrs. George Suialley, Mr. and
Mrs. James Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. Allen
IlilT. Mr. and Mrs. W . Bi.'liards.ui, Mrs.
Win. Kearfott. Mr and Mrs. (,. F. Bust.
Mrs. George Ht.hveger. Mrs. J. A. Printz,
Masters Willie Pearson. Walter antl Harry
Javne. Frank Weast antl Misses Nnrmaand
Mamie Bichar.lsoti, May Kearfoot
Admirable Enteitalliiiient Given Iij ttie
Mission Ilsml of the t'nlteil lrsbjrter
The Children's Mission band of the U. P.
church, gave an entertainment last even
ing, which equaled anything of the kintl
ever given in this citv. The exercises con
sisted of music, recitations, and the break
ing of the mission jugs. The first number
nf the programme wa Mr. A. E. AMrich's
anthem. "Bow Down Thine Ear," which
was most beautifully rendered by the V. P
choir, of which ilr. Aldrich is direct
Notwithstanding the intricate liartm
structure and involved modulations w 'm h
characterize this composition, every pirt
was admirably sustained and its meauitig
brought out with force and beautv.
The soprano solo was sung by Miss Belie
C ilU of the public schools, whom
terpreted the part with feeling and artistic
precision. The work of the children and
voting people composing the Mission Band
In their songs anil recitations was as near I
perfection as it is easy to approach, reflect
ing the highest credit upon their leader
Miss Mary J. Clokey, to whose indetatiga
ble Ialsir their success was largely due
The prayer-song by Belle Aldrich, a Mis-t
ot eight summers, was sung with a degree
of feeling antl expression that many pro
fessionals might well court.
The sum realized from the mutilation of
jugs reached almost eighty dollars, which
was a most gratifying feature.
The music, consisthu of six numbers
was written by A. E. Aldrich, and was pne
nouneed by all to be anadmirablecollection
for children's voices, and particularly ap
propriate for mission band work.
The only hitch in the whole performance
was during an exercise untitled 'The Mis
sionary' Clock." When the time came for
the clock to perform its part it declared
itself oppo-ed to organized labor Itrefused
to strike : but after getting started it stuck I
to It until it got In an even baker's dozen.
Mis Hallenbeck presided at the organ in a
very creditable manner.
The ladies Interested in the mission work J
nf tlni 1" I eliiireli f.i! lii.rhle uTiisr,iro(T,l
ami deserve high praise for the result- of of being the first (and as yet
their commendable work. , thn nnlu rlrii nnnrto nnnnnvrt
llll, Ullljy Ml J UUUU3 UUllbGI II
F0U 25 CENTS, AT
V1?z r7 CdyU-ld. s-
Glittering Generalities? No !
Striking Specialties ? YES !
That's our ticket this week,
and fifty-one other weeks
john mclaren & bro.
Our foremost and greatest
specialties are Cash and One
Price, and we have the honor
DECEMBER AND MAY.
in Springfield to do business
ie M.r- on these tried and true prin
ciples. Again, we mark all
A Oiieerly-statctieit Venln Colli'
rieil lij 's.,nlre llreikeuriilse Yetertlay.
lieccmuer anil .nay were uuiieti in mar-' j - ; flnill.0f thi-fis
nage by 'Squire Breckenridge late yester- ! "uo u F'"' uyui co inai .
day tTnesday)afteriiooniiitheiversonsof -another striking specialty, in
Louis Stoker and Mrs. Catherine Koach, a iwhich, alSO, We Standalone.
ipieerlv -matched couple from X"1'"-'Thpn if vflll watrh flllP WPPklv
Greene county. Stoker is a boyish looking. ,nen '".J0" WaTCtl 0U.P "J'"3'
feiiow. sun early in the twenties. as t.. i ad., which appears in all the
age. while his bride is on the shadowy side local daily and Weekly DE-
of sixty, with the accompanying iuhrmities --- Cevi-pnt SundaV editions'.
you will find that we offer you
and degenerating points of old age. The
bride was accompanied by a grown-up
daughter, who looked fully as uiaturi
as the groom, anil three or
tour extremely decrepit old women
who were able to get up the stairs leading
ti. 'Cmiiru Ursif-vL-iinrli t ii-fj itii.j noli qftur
II t JJli ii(j iJiiv.niiiiiii,v o wtiiv i. , will l null .
the greatest possible exertion anil a good t And
deal of asthma, t he groom was disposed
to be iptiet and impressed with the solemni
ty of what was going on, but the bride was
more communicative and disposed to talk
about the situation with a girlish enthusi
asm b-htting the situation. Pointing to the
bridegroom, as he stood with his
TOl.s NOTCIIKH INTO A CnifK
in the tioor. awaiting the words that would
lllilhr linn cviriimuj oris, s,lc -,.nu mrr-i ... il-
fully. "I ain't no chicken; I've got a boy at We Otter ttllS Week
home bigger an' older 'n that feller there." no in in MarCPlllfte Dllilta at
Mrs. Koach is rather bankrupt lu the mat- 9 f1" m arSeilieS UUIIIS at
ter of teeth, having only one which $1.50 each, WOIth $2.
she can call ner own, but it is Cnppial linPC nflflr TflUrP.Q
advantageously located in front and makes OpBUdl I MBS 01 IUC I UWtJIS
a surprisingly good show considering its WOrth One-halt more IttdLll tll6
numerical Inferiority, ahe waveit this
tooth around a good deal during the cere
mony. So far as known neither of the contract
ing patties have any money to speak of.
ami it seems to be purely a love match.
Moker drives a coal cart hi Xenla and both
are resjieotable people. The hospital full
of antique brides-niaid hail more fun get
ting down stairs, and the bride and groom
followed with their arms loveingly locked
The groom gazed affectionately into the nI,oe -nrl nouioet naffopnc nf
or was S...S. ,.. n, ..W...W ..s. -.
Mr. Arnett. being chairman of the temper-1 mi,,r the direction of the street committee. l'
ance eounniuee oi me noiise nuriiig inr , a)lll ,rttniB aside gfioO to pay for same. Ke
lt session, did not exactly understand it. j (Pir,,i.
FOR THE HOMELESS.
S2.1 Improved KENTUCKY FARMS from30
to mo acres, at prices from J3 to w per
mere. For particulars atldi-si
ILIa(' JJ.omnUt.ln tit., Ky.
Will lleionien t'uHlfni.
i v iv. Mo, March :t0. Prank James
AM) COlfUXIIIA. lett last night with his vv ife ami little boy
"" mm tor Dennison. Texas, where ho has oilers.
f o:n three different business houses.
Orxvv.i. t).T March 30. Tlietheinom
eter registered ten degrees below zero here
this morning, and thero is four of live feet
of snow on the ground.
.1. V. It. Hoy lei Co.'s millinery opening
Wednesday. Thursday, Friday aud Satur
day of this wek.
but after a satisfactory explanation they all
tujoyed a hearty laugh at the nueer inci
dent. t'eillf llllinl o:iliiiisnini I--.
("ii i miii s. ).. Marrh so. The governor
this afternoon appointed the following gen-
iltmen iiieinbirs of the Cincinnati (Vnteii-1
ntal Kxposition Commission. t.V, (iray
doii. Cincinnati; General A. .1. Warner.
ManetlS: Hon. .Iohn C. Covert. Cleveland.
Hon. K H. Hubbard, Tiflin; J. G. lliitler.
Vouugstown; Abuer I.. Fraziei. Hitavia
.Iohn II. Thomas. Spniigheld; T. C. Wiley,
Lancaster, Chi is Kmsinger and William
Koiislieiin. Cincinnati. The two last named
was at therniuest of the council of Cin
J. V. It. Hoyle & Co.'s millinery opening
Wednesday. Thursday, Friday and Satur
day of thU week.
nhaucing the grandeur of the statue.
Against stiinilu stinting.
HiisTON, Mass., .March SO In the
'Iird's day v iolatlon" case against William
llegarty, who was on trial for keeping his
III -Mr. Hanika That the committee on
streets and highways report for adoption a
grade on DeardorfT avenue from Washing
ton street south. Kefened. barber-shop open onSiinday, the jury In the
lly Mr. Kussell -Instructing the sanitary suierior criminal court rendered a verdict
m irshal to notity .Iohn Melinger to remove !lcainst llogirty, deciding that shaving on
obstruction from sidewalk on Dibert street .Sunday was not a work of necessity nor of
.uross irom scikkii nouse, w iiiiui iwcmj charity, i lie case win ue taken lo me mi
days, and in non-compliance with same, the preme court on exceptions.
street commissioner is nereoy oruereu io
i.nieeeit with same. Atloiitetl. I
r. . .. . . ,
Hv W. S. Thomas The following:
Whereas, The growth of the city in the
southeastern portion requires some further
street improvements, therefore, be it
Kesolved, That Champion avenue be
tween Kast street and the Ilumelt road,
Kelly avenue, between Champion avenue
antl Clifton street, be graded and gravelled,
and that S1.000 be set aside out of the
street improvement fund to pay for the
.Illiuriel" llriiken Spenr.
Cincinnati. March 30. Mrs. James P.
Gordon, wife of the well-known newspaper
writer. "Itlturiel." yesterday tiled an appli
cation for divorce on the grounds of cruelty,
neglect ami drunkenness. She also asks a
restraining order against her husband, who
would, she feared, do something rash when
he heard of her action. She has gone to the
home of her parents.
Mr.Argilirlglit VV ill Kermer.
W. 11. Argabright. of north Mirket
street, who has been so ill for a couple of
months past, is slowly improving. The
family wish the Itarrni.ir to extend thanks
to the neighbors and friends for their many
acts of kindness during his long illnesOIr.
Argabright's recovery lias been miracu
lous. For four weeks lie was unconscious
and during a longer time, was racked by
the persistent hiccoughs which were tle
described at length in this piper some time
more special bargains in Dry
Goods than all the other
houses in the city puttogether.
if you will take the
trouble to investigate the
facts stated in those ads. you
will find that we make a spec
ialty of publishing plain, un
varnished truth, without a
double meaning to it
price asked for them.
Full, width Unbleached
Sheeting, excellent quality, at
18c a yard, worth 22c.
New goods in printed shirt
ings, full yard wide; about
i fifty different styles, all the
On March il. at the residence of the Kev.
Jonathau Cox, in this county, Mr. Samuel
I II. Tracey. of Greene county, and Mks
Emma McDonald, of Clark county, weie
united m marriage by the Kev. A
ton, of Yellow Springs.
eyes of his newly-acquired treasure
he looking at the tooth and wondering
whether it was engaged for the next set'.'
Prohibition Ward iniun.illniis.
At the meeting of the Clark county pro
hibition central committee last evening,
ward nominations were filled as follows:
Eighth ward : Council Samuel Kendle
barger; school board J. K. Harris; assessor
J. II. Groves.
First ward : Council Chas. E. Thomas:
school board J. K. Drake. "o nomina
tions for assessor was made.
Prohibition ward nominations are now
all full with the exception of the Fourth
ami Ninth, and it is likely that these will
go bv default
Forty Hour Ailorivtliiii.
The forty hour service at St. Kaphael
(Catholic) church, known as tho "forty
1 hour adoration of the bltsssed sacrament,"
t !...!... l.t.. n t.... !.... ts!. IV,.v..j
ii ii eoneiuiies mis cteiiuit:. iw-i. -iimi:i imiiiis.
of Marlon, and Iter. Father Uonrien. of
, Bellefontaine. are assisting Kev. Father
Sidley In the conduct of the services.
the season; for men's shirts
and boys waists, only 14c a
In ltoys' Heady made Gingham and Calico
Waists. Very nice htting garments for
y ery little money.
.Vevv bhawls for spring antl summer wear,
at lower pr ce than wo have ever knovvu
them. this assortment of shavv Is has just
been received, and Ls without doubt the fin
est line of light weight goods ever brought
to the city.
N'evv goods in the Hosiery department.
New uoods in the Lace and Embroidery de
partment. New goods in. Corsets and
Kibbons, New Buttons ami Drts O.Tia
ments. During the past week we were
very busy receiving new goods for every
deiartiuent anil respectfully request you
ti come ami mv them.
Ornuil Millinery Oinnlng
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US), Ol SIlUlll L,llll;stiiT- 3i utli Utll lU irniuu uiMiiii. "- .n..iiu".a iWi;-
Murphy A llro.
The ladle are invited to attend the Eh-.
I day, Friday and Saturday.
LZo f 3herfvxl