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O.OESr DAILY URGES! CIRCULATION.
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
I-KICK or DAILY
IILCra AGENTS PER WEEK.
SPRLXGF1ELD, O., FRIDAY KVEMMi, APRIL 1, 1887.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
VOL. XXXIII NO. 77-
Wiinmnn. prtl 1 Ohio
lair weather, warmer
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Start the price of pants at 29c
per pair in children's ages 4
to 14 years. Boys at 60c, 75c,
S5C, $1. and so on up to five
dollars a pair. Youths' at 75c
and so on up to the finest
tailor-made fitting pants, all
colors, in stripes and checks.
Men's pants we have in
endless variety ; also make
them to order, with a.nice line
of samples to pick from.
Spring overcoats ; you can
protect yourself and gratify a
wide range ol taste at $2 to
$25, from Owen Brothers.
Rubber coats are here in
a vast assortment. Goodyear'S.
known the world over as the
best rubber goods made, in
men's at $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50,
so on up to $7 ; nowhere else
in this city wil 1 you find such
a variety to pick from.
OUT OF REACH.
It's out oi reach of any other
house in the whole country to
show the vast stock of cloth
ing we are accustomed to
-' carry, and that our salesmen
are ready to show you. It's
out of reach of any other
house in the country to show
the long list and great array
of customers who have been
served by us and who come
aeain. It's out of reach of
dealers who buy their stocks
from jobbers to meet our
prices, as manufacturers.
Many examples await your
One Price Clothiers and Fur
nishers in Springfield, 25
and 27 West Main street.
II. C LA OX.
HO HU LYON
AM) FAMILY SL'ITLIES.
The KM Canned and Bottled Goods.
Sti Icily Pare and Flnl-CU8
lioods, at Litre). Prices.
The Late C. T. Ward Grocery,
G7 WEST MA IX ST.,
Corner of Center, Springlleld, 0.
tei.kphom: m. :ij.
Tjc Fnet Selec'eJ SloiL of
in the citi aiiI At do-v-st figures for the
lu-.Kty i( s-mk1j We are oat ot the uy.
but it ioai4kexr-utjle to find U4 ai him
ordi ot itthtfrn hive doue. we ulll cunn
tet you atitaction and the mot stylthlj
tnmmed hat la the rlty. a we hate in
our employ nn xptrt irti-u at triiuiner.
I". li 1h well p-t-il on all the eastern stjles
Wait Por Our Opening!
tter theold, chilly weather han )i ned
aay e will show yuu Iove ot bounett '
and h ludsome hat-s that ynu u ill not only
ifish to look. at. but to we jr.
MRS. J. H. ARBOGAST,
NO. 21 MARKET ST.,
BETWEEN' M.UX AM COLUMBIA.
FOR THE HOMELESS.
SSI Improved KENTUCKY FRM( from 3)
to Kill Hcres, at price from 83 to ti't per
cre- For particular! xddi-u
fit lift Momtcln SU, M.J.
WE WILL SMI YOU
THE CZAR FIRED AT.
An Army Officer Was Oanght At It and
Slammed Into Prison, to Repent of His
Kllr"i.l miipnle nri- t in I" lil-
lie tilslTli- I siinl Trulil nml Cn-
tnstroplimiti 111 l'nrt "I tli World.
lij V Ire .mil I nMe.
Hv tin- oe Kted l'res
ltn.iiN, April 1 Advices received
from St. IVtersburg full) roiinrm tin- n
port that another atti-mpt has been nude
uK)n the life of the eru It isle-inied that
onTuexlaj. while the czar a exercising
in a park connected with the (.atchmi pal
are, he was tirwl iqwn In an officer of tlie
arm), the bill passing close to his per-on
riieothcer wasiiuuiediitel) -eized hj the
attendant ami imprisoned
I. till- Injcstlon Tn' itmeiit
I'iiii ittl 1111 v. April 1. This week
ticdienl ."vei"-, issued todi). -tates that re
cent article-. tteniel published through
out the countr), announcing the cure at the
l'hilnlelpliia hospital of a numlx'r of pv
tients suffering with consumption through
treatment b) injection of carbolic aciil gis
and sulphuretted h)drogen. greitlv exag
gi rated the success of the treitment. The
treatment. is ivs vi tirst introduced
h Bereeon of Lvnns and adds editonil
Iv Verv min of the statements
which hat" been spread bronlcast oer the
countrv. are absolute') false. vi lar
1 we know, there hate been no
cases cured, ceitiinl) not at tlie Fl-ilnltl-
pliia hospital, and een those of Bergeon's
patients who were most lieimfued ctmtiniieil
to hae slight expectoration, containing ba
cilli The result that the rinlidt lphia hos
pital met in the limited series of cases
which hivehi-n under treatment has been
m the reduction of the fever and the sweats,
the lessening of the exj.es tomtloii, and in
the increase of weight. These are g-iins to
be thinkful for. and encourige us to hoie
ihatweinav have here a remedial meisiire
of some value, but further tliau tins noth
ing can be said Phthisis, as we usnallv
meet It. is an acute disease ind an experi
ence of seven weeks is fir too short a time
in which to form a judgment of tlie jx-rmi-uent
Im neficent effects of the treatment."
A NOTABLE ENTERTAINMENT.
Trt hlili lVlebntrIX.Iier.lllontriloiteil.
Boston, April 1 Tl e readmes given bv
Ieadmc authors In aid of the 1inefellow
memorial took place esterda afternoon
The Hoton miisenm was tilled to its utmost
capacity. Mtuuei i.. iicimnis i xiiru TIiCre was llltIt. Iltl uipence in liw fac. but
Twain) rradseiectlons from a pa-ver to be , u,for(. ,ie ,iaiI s,okt.n ue ,,, tlis
publisheii in the C iitiiry. U'lni; selections 11Minills ,K shovv.il such an extensive com
from a collection of answers to school ex-1 maud ot the j:ni;lsi lanmiue. such a
amlnation pawrs. Oliver Wendell Holmes
read his "ChaniVred Nautilus" and
Horothv Q.:" j.."s. .lulia Wanl Howe
read her famous "Ilattle 11 mn
of the. lit public" and two other
poems one of them anew tribute to Iuig
fellovv: I!ev. Mwanl Kverett Hale read Ins
poem, llieiireat iianest lear; inonias
Bailey Aldrich read a chapter from his
"Story x "al uo: colonel l v.
Higginson road "Vacations for Saints." and
was followed by William Dean Howells
with selections from "A Wedding .lour
ne; (Jeorge William Curtis read extracts
from 'Totiphar rapers."and.IaiiiisHiiss(Il
Iovvell clo-eil a most enjoatIe pnigruiimi'
bv reading Longfellow's "The Bui'ditig of
the siip." and a isi-ni written bj hlmsdf
thirtv vearsago uimn the annivers-in of
I.ongfellowV.bIrthdav. 1 he entertainment
ls eTMctel to realize
betwi-en 54,000 and
Si,0o0 for the mini.
llA-l the Itr-st or it on April I not Da;.
Cimivnvti. April 1 The Cincinnati
newspapers came out today without the
customary columns guing time of arrival
and departure of trains This is in aoeord
ancewiththe projiosition made lij the new s
pajiers jointly in view of tlie stoppage of
passes, to stop the publication of l-iattir
for the tteneht of the roads, but to accept
tickets in pa inent for all advertisements
The railroads replied, accepting the proiM
sition for tlie advertisements whiili the
should order, and intimating that tlie d ulv
publication of the time tables should not be
regarded as au advertisement-
Fnl.il I.01 en, fltmrrt1!.
I'l vi Citx, April 1. Olive Mar.hall.of
Dublin, Ohio, was, it is teared, mortall
wounded by being shot in the left breast a
little above the heart this evening by a "2
cahber revolver, claimed to lie in the hands
of Arthur Butler, of this place. Butler vv as
identified b tlie wounded man. who said,
"That is the man who shot ine " Drs
Ilaner and Jenkins have probed for tlie bill
but are unable to hud it. Marshall has had
Ins fallu r notihetl, w ho is a ph sician, anil
all is being done for the wonutieit man The
rilfco. millL. ' nl reason given for the shooting is a quar
rel about a voting ladv whoBtitler ej-ctel
to man tKtn. Butler has in-en known as
a peaciable. industrious citizen for years
V lllg Stnigele Tomcht.
ii the Iluu uf
Lomion. April I The whips of both
parties in the house of commons are doing
their utmost to secure a full attiudance.it
tonight's session It is not known, wi
tivel. whether Mr Part-ell will move the
amendment of which he has tiven notice
Gladstone liberals will meet the govern
ment's motion for a stvond ri adiug of tin
Irish i rimes act amendment bill, with a
Krfugei-s with Keioliers.
Bl'CH vr.tsT, April 1. Three Bulgarian
refugees, one of whom is the brother of a
man under condemnation for participation
in tlie recent insurrection, jestirdiv at
(tacked the prefect of Bustc link, whom
'tlie) met in the streets.with revolvers, and
then tied Two were overtaken and im
prisoned, but the other t-saped b) taking
refuse in tlie lintish ligation
. ew str-ilan u! tlir Trra.uri.
I Wv-iiiNf.Tio. April 1 The president
Unlav signed the coniinis,ion of Charles
, Kairrlnld. as secreur) of the treasiirv, and
I Isaac II. M.iiiard as assistant sc-cretar) of
, tlie treasur) .
ltiirlerl !lrl Iiletulllisl.
j IUiiwvv. X .1., Apnl 1. C. II. KI-
Iclrido.of Ilrookl)ii, rame here this morn-
m, and iiositivel) identihtd the 1mI of
I the Kirl found murdereil here, as that ot
Mar) (.rare), who left his house on
Weduesda ot last week.
j llre.l.i.r ICrle.
' I.riMiiii. Kv.. Vpnl 1. Charles M.
ISeisl. of Krie. l'a , has bought of II. (
McDowell tlie Im) tvv o-v ear-old eolt, Almi
Tadrma. b) Dictator, dam Elfneda, b)
I irr lit lllrliic.in.
f'p.FENVlLLir', ilich., April 1. A file
list niiglit destro)ed the Keith ixclnnut
and nine stores, vv ith the hotek Damage,
over S JO, 000.
K. F. llrandom i Co. are offertne their
line of small goods at ver) low prices. Co
and cee tlim for violins, Kultars, banjos,
trlae, aoconlloiu, harpj, Xc
1 nrllier I' irtfi nl irs.,1 Hillium . Clark'
lstollie I'n illations.
iw oi-.k, April 1 At an earlj hour
Wednesdav morning the superintendc nt of
the oucli-rooiii of tlie nglstr) division of
tlie New York postofticf was startled at dis
covering tint a pu k lge which hadarriel
late Tuesdav night In pouch o. tOt from
rortland, Oregon, containing SIO.OOO in
cuiiene. was missing Ho hadclictktd
the package oil i me time before ami In
could not itiiigiuc win le it could liac pine
to. as no one was In the iifliie except tin
lerks. eighteen m niniibi r The super
intendent tell graphed for Iniector I) iser
and detained tliei lerks until Dosst r arrivt d
Dosser took the lIi rks to Ins olhce. and as
h:s suIktiIui lies were aw.ij he sent for
(eorce S H mes of the l'mkerton's detirt
iveacniej to come ami help him. The
clerks were examined one at a time and the
axaminatioii continued all da), throiicli the
iinrht and until earl) jestmhy nioriiinc
"supicitn pointed m the direction of Win
("lark, a 1 1( rk who ha been in the de
partnn nl for about tin hmk Clark wis
t x iinined 1 1st Tor a Ion.; time there ha, e
been rohlHTies m thu sepirite ilepartment
andoersixt Utters and packasei line
Imvii stoli 11, the insnVtors liemc linalile to
trap the thief Clark is a married man ami
lns in Hrroklin lie was accied of
steline several of these packages, but he
stoutl) detiiisl hK ctiilt.
t noon toil i lnsjiector Adsit made an
other -eircli of the reni-ter oftice and found
the pickaire ecrettsl lHneath some ruttliish
in tlie hottnin of a ciiw t It was from the
First National bank of rortland. (Ireom
and was addressed to the Chemical National
bink of this citv It was delivered to the
bink otlimls ami iheeonttnts found intact
T he iiisectors Ind CI irke lix-kisl in a
room with tin-in and told him tlie pickaco
tinl been found and that they hail enough
evidtnee to convict him for the theft. Kven
then Clarke would not acknowledge
that he had taken it Finally, in tlie
i afternoon lie called Inspector Dosser to
1 him and told him that he had stolen the
packaire and that he hid also stoh n tlie
otlur -!xti parkases th it had been missln
from time to time for the past three jears
He saiil that he had lomuutted the thefts to
pav ills 1I1 l)N He was addicted todnnkinc
and had irauibliii some. He could not siv
how much he had stolen, but he is supposed
to have taken between S4 000 and SVOOD I a over, and suns mg it into an iinrecog
Clarke. after he ha.l con f.-se.l. wa, taken ""-M- 'as Lilly lasers ..pent tie
tol.tidlow street Jul. He will have an ex- greater p irt of the fon-ntH,., l.H.king for the
animation tomorrow before the United s.nsat.on and wanted souiebodj
St ites commissioner. 1 oilon.forin l.ini after the "brick
I house" tmallv fell on him. Hut
A NATIVE AFRICAN.
Hei. .1. V. Cole the Ci utral ricnrr In the
Chi let, hriHtlnti 1 imo ntloll T he
Aufl-I o'tc ( rusa.Ie.
Ciiicvi.o. pril 1. Riv. J. A. Co'e. of
Sierra lone. Vfriia. is the ciutral hgure
at tliecomentlou of churches ami Chris-
taiiis. Stout and squittv, unattractive.
black as night, tlnck-lipixsl. low-brtuved,
heny.f,alllrj. c..!e is the typical Afr'can.
picturesque use of words, and a wit
briclittliattlieconveiiti.in was carried by tlie pariMiettiMlresvcIrcIe and balcony be
storni. Mr Cole Is the son of a Mohamnie- mg coinfortabl filleil. The Lagonda band
dan pnest.aud is a convert of ClirMiinttx. funiishtil the iniisic. Twelve ladies iwcti
HebelivM that most of the evil, hisracels .,ii ,le stage with Mrs. All n. tins novel
suffering from are attributable to secret i , , .,, , . ., . , j ,
siK-.etiesandfreemasonrv.and he Intends "' In-autiful innovation liav Ing a good ef-
hi' own people.
,V native chief, he said.
once wrote to'
Queen ". ictoria asking t.i know the secret countenance lights up charmingly, showing
of British greatnss. The Queen sent linn ,.r tube xery much in earnesU
a bible. si5iug. "rills is the secret" If I she lectured on the "Causes and Benefits
were to be asked what was the secnt "f i f Organization," and she held the nndi
tlie prosjH-nt of America I should make Mei attuition of her auditors for two
answtr tint it was tin treeilom to worship
J (Jod But we nuw.t do awa with sicret
socitlies. the are the curse of Africa,
' Manx ministers there are Free Ma-ons, and
j I tell von that if 1 had mv chime lutween
oeing a .viasou anil Joining a Heathen Koi-
goni hxlge I would Lake the latter alter
native. The discussion esterda morning was.
AreMasonicConvi nants IrrevtKable:'"Kev.
C. F Haw le thought not. The law ntog
nized the oaths of Masonrv, but heaven di.l
net. lie did not think a man would be
puiii-imiov uiviuei.iwi-r lor xioiaung a
s.wretoith Lev W II rrench follow ed
wiiiiapi-rou-sS.-crii -societies anil me
Churcli, in winch lie maintained that Free-
masonrv was unchristian.
F.itlur Clark "the old libertv slngir.
who made things Ii el in ante-biilum ilajs'
i.v singing a-'auisi siaver. ln.l a seat on
the platform behind the organ and tried to
slug down secret sociitii-s. lie is nearl
oightv xears oltl. but ids voice is clear .mil
sweet et though natunll nt so strong
as vvhen he travele.1 through .New Knuland
with tt endi II Phillips.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
The Irish land bill was read the tirst tune
in the lords.
The ntililic debt reduction for Mareh is
Sll 500 000.
The circuit court of the First Ohio circuit
ins deciihsl that breaking into a store is not
buritlarv under the statute.
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honor I cense hi L It now- .-.- to the i-,.v.
eriior, who is expected to veto it.
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The lintish cabinet Ins deculisl to aban
don the clause in the Irish crimes Mil pro
vidiinr for a clnnireof venue to Loudon.
ThCT. ltrovvn.ai.olltic'il prohibitionist and
ilruirist of Wisliinctoii C. II, i, ch-irie.1
vvitli -tlliiiKwliisk) without Iu)iiiK the Dow
1 he Illinois house has passed a lull mak -
iiiK it unlivvfiil to hunt or kill priine
chickens .mail or pheasants for a term of
nv e ) ears.
Carti r Hirrison makes the modest state
ment that he will inn for in ivr of Chloiro
it the republic ins withdraw their candidate
and supp rt Ii mi.
I.xplonr Stanle). writinn from Africa,
suti-s th it (ii rui in) a id other nations are
ciovvdini; Cm-;I.iiiil louip'etelv out of tin
urritor) she foinierl) mcuped.
The wounds of l'.xpress Mevencer I.eiks.
who was shotli) a train-roblM-riiear 1'lirk's
Mills. N Y.. are not serious, and the
ainount of inone) obtained b the roblier
'I he business failures in the Unttid
Mites tor the three mouths eiiduiL' Mardi
il. were 1 007. acilust .i,20t ill the s-vme
iinrter lat ve-vr I he c-ompiratlve li iili
tieswere. IssT, SJJ.1G1 000. lbbil, Si'J,
IH1.000 1 he lir-t ciiestions tliat will come liefore
th" intei-state commtrce comiiiiast.ini rs.
relate to the lone and short provisional
the inter-stnte coinimrce act, asitapnhes
to the railroads east of the Mississippi
rivir -i uth of the Ohio and west of the
The Cine iiiniti newspapers have nntifii-cl
the railroads vvitli which they have dealings
tint in loiisideritloii of the withdrawal of
free passes all tiuie-t ililc-s and railroad no
tices will lie charped for as otlier business
advertisements, and tickets at regular rates
w ill lie acci ptiil in pa) merit.
The president his requested tin- postmas
ter cc neral to nnke a list of all republican
liicunilieiils. This action, it is said, will lie
followed bj tlie removal of ever) republican
postnnsiir that can be reached, the piesi
dent Ih mi: no longer restricted b) the ten
ure of ofliceatt, which was repealed bv thi
ltepulilleiiti TV in! Muting Lint
Without a single exception, the republi
can wanl meetings throughout the city last
night were characterized by enthusiasm
and the accomplishment of good
work. Not much time was given
to speeches and little attempt at organiza
tion, but the working plans for election day
were carefully mapped out and ever) thing
put in readlue.s for tht sunrise gun on
IT WAS A DUMMY.
The Mulit outer, lii ITp an Xpril I
sll, XV hit h lro X itj s,urrsstul.
The nielit jtolice linsl off an April 1st'
si II this inoriuiii; tint proved a larce-slzeil
success and creatiil a heap of fun all aloni;
I he line. 'I he took an old suit of ilotlies
Im loiiKitii; to Mike KiiiK. tlie 3candinavian
junior of the, police headquarters, ami
stulTid it full of straw and rat's
Then thej fitted it up further
with a hat, boots, an old valise
and su h other artli lea as naturailj accum
ulate around a Kilice station. Tlie hnre,
which b this time jirescntiil uito a life
like appearance, wasjplacisl in the prisoners
dock, eiininioiil jclept tlie "bull eii " Its
hats was slouched down over its eves, its
hands wire in its coit iockets in an
attitude of deep dejeition and
humiliation and the hand satchel was
strappiil across Its broad wealth of straw
lilled il.i-t It lookeii the Iiiiim riiiiatimi
of a r.it;;tsl tint f. ovin nine vvitli passinc
nitr t .it his capture. 'I hen the niuht cops
left word on tlie blotter that thev hail cav
tured a pnsoner who had broken into a
jevvelrv store and stolin seventeen fold
watches, wlmh ind been found on tlie pris
oner when he was captured after a terrmc
stiuc.-le Impossible to dcsiriiie in small
Amos Miller cot onto the s lieme at once
tliroiii;li the brilliant stupiditv of Mike
Kins, anil then Amos turned ids talents
towards ilovvnini: the rist of the Imijs.
Deputv Cliarli-s l'otee was the lirst
victim. Amos told him in an apprehen
sive tone the leadim; particulars
I of the bunrlarv and thin added
th it the fellow refused to co to jail. l'otee
I is a nervj mm. but it is s.ml tint he can
I tullj examined the hammer on his weapon
1 liefore i iiteriiie the bull pen. There was
tlie figure, sure enouith, i romheil into the
loonier "it up 'n come on with me," de
manded l'otee. The man lit ither stirred
I nnrliMikeil up "Oil. ou wont, wont jou"
shouted Charlev, and tlie next instant laid
' violent hands on tlie fellow's shoulder and
' vanked him off the seat Then when I'o
j tee saw the cotton luns and straw bowels,
he wilted ami wanted Miller to plant a kick
on his back a'ld see If it would grow.
"Mie" McCartv. of the I'li.rWr, and
' Ilillv Uodirers. of the Tunc, were the
i.ext xiitiini. MtCartv rushed over from the
reade, steppinir on a freight engine on the
isussj vv iison nio me greatest acu lit
iiitliustsl like wililnre over the burglar,
and rushed up the stairs at jxilice head
(pnrtirs light steps at a hound. It lias
in-t him man a dollar for cigars anil malt-i-se
moisture todav. He swears he will gi t
evtiinext "ll F-xils ilav "
CAUSES OF ORGANIZATION
An I llnfit Ilerlveit Therrrrom Inlrr
istuig lillire Ilcllierrit Ie-l Nlhl h
Xlrs. C. X annli All 11.
Last evening Mrs. C. Fannie A!ln de
livered a lecture at Black's opera houe for
the benefit of the l'lm nix assembly. Knights
of I.alxir. Tlie audience was very large.
Mrs Allvn is petite of figure and not ex-
.,i, )u-.ntlriil hut as she st-vks her
lours n.-r treatment of the subject was
forcible, but conservative, am! while she
tronglv ami abiv defended the Knights of
Labor. Iier expressions were not such as
would cuiseunfavorablecoiiiment, although
some of her opinions would not probably
meet tlie approval of ail.
She gave a brief history of the Knights
, of Labor, why thev were organized and the
gotKl tlie Imtl accompusiieu nj orgaiuzailon
stm l.lil of lir extensive travels tlttionir
, wnrUnc IMH,,,le and explalne.1 thecontlition
'f tl(W who were I10t ruembi-rs of the or-
Cinization as compare.1 with that of those
io are memliers. The comparison was in
mflr. na fau,rable to the Knights of La
Her references to capitalists were moder-
nfn ttll.,llf.l. sTl.. .Isliirsl tMfll
" shnuW N. Innre Wvnl wlth
t,eir emplnves than the majority of them
are. She discused the question of the own
ership of lam! at some length and then enn-
i.t.ul.sl her .ltsiftnrso ilth n ftvc 1-ers.s. of
', ,,,. enci, xerse ending with some K of
u sIl:rlaL Wn, s,,e had finished, the
i h(iuse UM sl0k ulth ap,,IatIse-
1 Tli. street Coiiiiiilttpe to llolil nn Inipor
. tint le.iitis: Tonlelit.
Clialrm-in Il.mlk.n. of the eoitncil eotn-
nuttee on streets and hiirhvvavs, has issued
i a eall for a meetineof the committee at the
! citv engineer's office tlu (Fndav) evenine
' to take full and null action on the proMeni
I of pipimr natural sns to this citv. The or-
! illiianre on the subject is in the hands of
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i "'- "" vmii.o.uis-, o.
which it was re
ferred some weeks aco. and it is desired to
si t the iiiitter off the committee's hindsbe
fi ra the oririnization of the nen council.
The Fifth wanl republican club was well
attended Iit nicht. The tisuil routine
bisiness was disposed of in short order
The republicans of the Fifth ward will
1 render a cmxl account of themselves on
next Monda). Let each v oter do his dut),
,,i a siL-nal victnrv awaits u.
II, F. Uraiidoui. the popular iiano and
orsiu dealer, made a trip this week amonc
Ids agents and 'succeedeil in cettine lots
of ord rs for pianos and organs sold at
wholes-vie. llrandnm sa)s thit the boom
is on with him. and au immense volume of
b i-liess is evident.
Mrs. Hannibal (1 Hiinlin entertiinid
Misses Ellen T. Wilson and E-therSlmioli
a-id Messrs Carl Mower and Ilobert Ban
croft vcrv delightfully at tea last evening.
in honor of hir guest. Miss Art) I'aine, of
Mr. CeorgeT. Ciinuip, of tlie Atchison,
Topeka and Smta Fe railroad, with head
tptarters in Cincinnati, was in the city this
morning, looking after the interests of his
Mr. Marshheld Steele arrived at home
from Florida and Louisiana Thursdiv
night. He" spent about seven weeks at In
terlaclien. F. I . Mm ul llftj-lln.- I (.
"Next Wednesday. April 0. Pole) A Ha
ward will sell at auction hftv-one choice
building lots in E L. llouck's scmthwist
addition, south Yellow Springs street and
Seven of these lots are located around
the homeste.i I of E. L. Hoitck, and for lo
cation, beaut) and size, are the hnest in tlie
land, all Improved, with pavements, curb
ing and guttering. Fort)-four other lots
.ne business and residence lots, situated on
Yellow "springs street. Southern avuiiie
Jackson stieet. Summer street and Western
avenue. All are in the inmei'iate neigh
borhood of Evans Mfg. Co., Springfield
Mfg". Co , Hauika Iron Fence Co , and the
Diliert street school house. Also, the street
cars run alongside tlie property. All are
splendid aites and opportunities for homes
for working mem.
Xinet)-tlve cents bu)sanght good but
ton shoe for ladies, all sizes from 3 to 7, at
the Arcade Shoe Store,
N'ntural gas prospects are quickening real
tint speculation in Toledo.
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.
lleettng of the Grand Army The Lecture
to Workingmen at Black's Opera
The Inlt.e I'erprlrit an "April 11 Hag'
Willi llrilliant llt-sitll. -Import lilt
Strert Ctoumiltee Xlretlng
Xr.il luteal Nolis..
.Mitchell Pijst No. Ci, (. A. K , held tin
last regular meitlng for the ipiarUrlast
I riiursda) evening at its heathi natters on
Wa liuigton street. Tin re was agotslat
tend nice and llvel interest, l'ost Com
niandirCoI. Janus K Stewart. presitUsl.
Tin re w as one muster and four applications
whit h were reft mil to the projer commit
tee. Outside of this little business of pub
lic interest was transacted Sevi ral matters
wi re ilNcussdl rel itive to charitable r lief
work but were vottil ilown on lie groundi
of Ining In cumin t with tlie Grand Arm
laws on tlie'suhject. One of these was for
tin- division of tlie citv into districts tor the
purpose of fai Ilitatmg the visiting of the
sick ami afflicted, am! another was for al
low ing the senior vite an amount of inonev
to pi anv exenses inciilental to the visits.
Both were lost on their being put to mo
tion Adjutant I.aftert submitted his report
for the larter eliding Marih'il, as follows
Admitteil by muster or tr tnsft r during the
quarter, 1&;, Itirlianl Kin rhanl, butcher,
Ihim in (lermaii. private in Company II.
Eighth O. V. C , J. W. itiui an. farmer.
Imni in Clark count, private. Coinpui F,
Eighth O. V. C ; Fmlev O Ciimuiings.
s ilesnian, born at Xenia, sergeant in t'om
paii F, SicoutlO V I ; Lafiettel Olds,
merchant. Imrn In -Middleheltl. Mass.. pri
vate in Conipanvl, Fifty-sei-oml Ma-ssiohu-setts
Infantrv; WlnlieM S. Nleodenius, tin
ner. Circlev Hie. Ohio, private in Coinpaii
t. Sixt-sixlli O. V. I : A. Nine rTartenbe.
printer, mesville. Ohio, musicnii in Com
Iiaii I'. Ono Humlrnl an.l 'I hirtj-fittn U
V. I . I'riinnise Harlty, tnolder, M-otland,
private in Company It. Fifth Tennessee
Cavalr: E L Buchwalter, iiianufacturt r,
Hillsville, Ohio, private. Company A.
One Hundred mil Fourtn-nlh O. V.
I ; A. H. flillett, Iivver, Clark count,
private Company K. One Hundred
and Fift-second O V. I.; John F
Huberts printer, Warren county, private
Company C, Mnet) -fourth O V 1. Michael
Shis knessy. fanner, Ireland, private Corn
pan K, Thirty tirst O V I. Harman II.
l'xmr. bill postir, Indniia. musician in
regimental bind Fust Minnesota volunteer-;
Peter Cost, salesman, Ohio, corjKiral Con
pui K. One.Hiiiidii-11 am! Fifi-fourth 0.
V 1 ; John Conner, labori r, Ireland, jiri-
vaie in compaii c. Filth U V. I.
New .MeniVr b Traiisfir J. W. Run
van, Febrnnrj" ". Iteinst.itisl Eight.
Di.il Georjo W. Mintilck. Transferred
Threi-, C. E.iU uiKct, W Ilium Huston ant!
OltoGioh.. The gain in membership dur
ing the ijuala-r was twenty.
The NonJ'.irtlsm Iretlng Til!;llt at
111 vi ks Opera llonne.
The non-partisans are advertising a meet
ing at Black's opera house this (Frida)
evening, but whether it will pan out or not
remains to ba ''saw." Thomas K McMiI
lui, a worthJ-aiM f inner from Logan coun-
t, who attained some notoriety last fall by
intlulging in tbe fancy tint he w as opposed
to somebod in the congressional race, is
advertised as one uf the attractions. There
are fears that he will make the same speech,
consisting of twenty seconds of Introduc
tion and three minutes of asthma, that ht
used to m ike last fall. Mr. MeMiliin was
expected to arrive at lrio this afternoon,
and will lie (pi irtered at the St. James. Mr.
J Guilford lute, noii-jiartisan candidate
for cit solicitor, is also on the Ht,
but who is in Washington, I). C. hasn't
put tn his appearance, nor even sent word
to the committee bv telephone or otherwise.
I he meeting will have to struggle along
vv t lout Mr White. Another advertised
spiker is .Mr. D. T. We-t, but as that gen
tli man is i iitertaining a very bad liver at
present, and is going to answer tlie"PnV'
to ist at the Ji iferson club biiujuit tonight,
he will hardlv do the orator .let at the
mis-ting at Bl.uk's. N-icnl other speak
ers will be present, accordini; to the bill.
Three t Tlielil Arn ste.l .it tit. Point of n
souif time list niglit thieves stole from
Mrs. Fat Cooney a keg of beer, taking it
from her saloon on the hill. 'I he theft was
re,orted to Olllcer Norton and he began an
investigation. While thus encased a man
appro icheil him and said, after learning
that he knew of the tl.eft, that he could
tell him where the thieves were. He di
rected tlie nfliiir to a stahlo cm Holer alley,
betwein l'leisint and Harrison streets,
and upon going tht re Ofheer Nortop found
four nn n intic.li the worse for the lieer
they hid unbilled, the keg being ncarl)
emntv. flie null were obstrenerous and
f retu-eil to accouipiii) the ottic er, and one
of them, loin (unin. esc.inid b) making a
bold dish The renuiniiu three were com
pelled to submit to arntatthe tMiint of
tlie ollieer's pistol Tlie iiitrol wagon was
called and the three worthies, mere wagoned
to J nl. vv In re the) were registered as Tom
Burns, vv illi.iui Koss and loin Hughes.
All three were charged with petit larcin).
The (.fit the Cig-irs,
The oftice force of the spriiuneld Casket
cotupaii), p!.i)e.l a good joke on the ex
press w agon drivers this morning, when
the) lalled to see whether there vv i au ,
matter to lie shipped. A cuflui box was on
the tloor of the office directed to au address
in Cincinnati, and one alter another the ex
press bo) s wire directed to take charge of
the Ihix. One afti r the other tlie) eager!)
gnbbcd the box and then realized that it
was nailed to the tloor 'Ihe) quietl) "set
up" the cigars and left the othc-e, vv ith a
reijucst tlmt nothing be s.ml about the nut
ter. Hut it was the lirst of April.
-..ri milling. I New 1 -XI irrietl Couple.
Conductor U Header and hisiievvl)-mai'e
bride, until reccntl) Mis5 Flora Lucas, of
Xdiia, wire ti ndereil a pleasant friendl)
serenade last (Tlmrsili)) night, at their
ids) little home on Mtillurr) streit. Mort.
Baird. ot the Ligotula hoiiv Depot) A.J.
Baker ami II II Tjmr worktil tlie sere
nade up and sceureil Wood's orchestra, on
short notice, to luini-h the music. The
crowd spent a vi r) enjo)able hour at Mr
and Mrs. Keistr's result nee. i'u turning to
the Lagnudi house, the Imvs had some
more "stag" fun and then adjourned.
An Allignl III nil Heat.
List night Olllcer W.iske) arrested a
half blind mm, who for about two weeks
has been loafing ou his beat. The man
has mule a practice of going into restau
rants and siioons and after getting some
thing to ent or drink, refusing to pay for it
If the proprietor of the place uisisfidoii
lei-etviiig Ins nione) the ft How would swear
ind nise Ciin seuenll). He refused to
give his name when stitton housed.
I'atrol lit port.
During the month of Mirch the pstro
force made 5i runs; ',', arrests; attended i
suicide and S accidents, and traveled an
aggregate of 112 miles.
Send Elu In.
N'ow Is the time to send In our pianos
and organs, and any other musical Instru
ment that iciu want repaired. John E.
Schnacker is still vvitli H. F. Brandoin &
Co. Leave )our order If )ou want your
work done right.
' r.inlcM at the
Tresiolt at ItlM, k.
Louis Aldrich ami compaii arnvid this
morning and are stopping nt the Arcade
Thi will present ".My Partni l" tonight at
tlie Grand opera house,, f vvhirntlie Biook
1H Aioft of Dei ember Htns.is
"M I'.utnir' was plajisl b Louis l
dricli, the original Joe sviimlirs .mil well
chosen assistants i.ist night Mr xldtnhs
mug 1 1 ami honest uit IIkhI suits his part ex
act! and heightens the unexHitiil limit r
ness and pathos developed in the later
snnes There Is Utter mitt rial in the pl.iv
than in any other of Ilirtle Caui'ibi-U's
ami the principal incidents an- dramatic in
an exceptional degree "
Secure our seats at Hurls'-, our ir store
Miss -i:s(iiTT Vsl, VI VTI- v.
Tomorrow (ftaturdiv) eviiting Marie
Prescott nml her admirable eouipinv will
pla a rt turn eugigi un lit at Blat k s opera
hou-e. presenting "l'g'iiilloniinl Gal ilea "
Miss Prescott is i ert.mil the liuest tctres
who his appearetl in bprmgtie ti this jear.
anil st e ought to he greett d hv an lmiiit i -c
.imlieuce. Of her luipi r-titi ition of G datea
the S'ew Orleans I'll tiiini s,ts
Mane I'levott give the mostilelli ate ami
tlelightfiil impersointioti of (.alalia 1 1 r
awakening from marble to life has nevti
In eu It tier done it isii.it nature, ami
cannot be; no more thin can the awakiu
ing of Bip Van Winkle from a ship ot
twent v ears Ixj nature. audelMr Jefft.
son is praised for his naturalness If a
n.aible statue could lie ealh d to the full lif.
of erfect womanhood then it woii'd sigh
and w ouiler, ami look dazed afur the man
ner of Marie Prescott s,ie retined anil
grateful in manner ami gesture, ami has a
seit and well-tniui-il voue and mnri-over
she has brain togultle her acting and knows
the meaniiig and purpo-e rf the lines su
down for her to -peik.
X Little Stor with a Vloral for the Pro
Mhilioiil.is. To tbe Editor of the Republic
An old man and his Ik) had lived to
gether for man ear on their little ilairv
farm. One day John slid to his father. "I
am toing to branch out and doforuistIf
I am tired of this old fi).')lsin way of
farming. 1 want to see some improve
ment." Tlie old man heard lii-u through: then,
la ing his hand on his shoulder, he said
"M son, I had hoped to have ou with
me. that we both uiiht woik together and
make the linn improvements needed: but
if our mind is made up. then go; but let
mo Rive xou this little advice. alvvavs,sit
down on the mht shit- of a tow to milk
Now this was one of the reforms that
John ha! decided So make to milk In
rows on the leftside Tins ho proeeeileil
to earn intociieet tie- tirst miking. He
n iisn'tRoinif, to do as his aii'-estors had
done. It was necessarv to have his right
arm free. The old cow looked around
ruminating, shok her head th tt wasn't
the way. soshelifti-d lnr foot and kicked
John ov i r.
Moral To the prohih'tlomsts- Let good
enough alone, and vote the republican
Cant I'roin Or. nnuitii
To tbe Editor of the Ilpiibllc
The statements as to what I -aid in the
praer meeting of Central church on last
Wednesday evening are not entirel cor
rect. Among oilier thiuga I remarked as
"This is a tune when the members of
this church should be much given to praer,
and al-o an occasion when we should exer
cise toward each other a large spirit of tol
eration, forbearance, and a broad Christian
chant). Do not forgit that it Is possible
v on m.i be mistaken in some things, ami
tint in these things others mi) tn right
As for in v self I certalnl) entertain this
feeling, anil have chant) for all I have no
mission in Springln-Id but to preach the
Gospel and labor for the salvation of sin
ners. I am full) iH-rsuadeil that nl)
course in this m itter is right, ami I shall
adlure to it kind' but with unwavering
tirmness; if joll want to Use me as the
pastor of this church for other and outside
matters, I am not vour man "
The statement 111 circulation that I of
fered my resignation as pastor of Central
church is entirely inonrrei t. 1 claim to
have one of the qualities of the "gooil man"
described by Dr. Leonard in his sermon on
last Sunda) morning, nainel) Inevirte-
sign from the iost of dutv.
Wvi Bt xv vv
Xinlvel l.uiiiiiu itlnn.
This morning at 9 o'c ock William Bust,
the Bee Line brakeman who so brutall) as
saulted Yardinasttr Hugh Mirtin ome
time ago, was brought before Ma) or Good
win for prelimiuar) eximimtion. Jlr
Martin, who had been jmuniletl In the face
with brass knuckles and hail su-tained a
broken Jaw, lias been lontined to his bed
ever since the vicious assault was commit
ted, and he Is now just able to In' out. He
appeared in the ini)or's court this morning
with III face swithed in bmeUges. pre
senting a ver) bid apiearance. Bu-t. bv
his attonie). h b W.illiee. esij . waived
exiininatlon. and was bound over to court
in the sum of SJOO In default of bond, h
was remanded to jiii
It Illiln't ran O-it.
Officer N'icklis thotulit he was on the
point of capturing McMttnn, alias Kenned),
one of the Cleveland assassins, xestenli)
afterncxin. In a saloon on OlH-nchmi alle)
A onng fellow striking) reseiubhng the
photographs of McMiinn actisl in a verv
suspicious manntr, ami Adiin was Mire it
vv as the man. But it proved to be a resi
dent of this citv. It is thiuitd tint liar
rington and McMunn were -rrii in Oben-
chain alle). this cit). two di)s last week,
but Chief Walker discredits the statement
Four men answering to a description of the
murderers were captured list night at Ma
Car llenlili it.
About 10 o'clock this morning while tlie
) inl crew of the Little Miuni road were
switching tiear the Evans Manufacturing
compan's works, a loaded box-car was de
niled in such a iiimncr as to compli tel)
b'ockade the mini track Vs a re-ult tin
train due here from enia at 10 -JO a m
w as clela)ed for about twent) minutes. Xo
damage of any consequence was done.
sllxlli VV anlers. Vttentloii
The cill for the election ou Mond.i) next
inuies as the voting pla-e of pncinctA
Sixth ward, II irtui.m, Morgm ,t Co 's coal
office. This is a mistake. Tlie voting
place for the precinct will be A Tuttlu A
Son's coal oftice. Vo 111 south Limestone
street, tint being Harman. Morgan a. Co.S
A sprliiclleMer Vppn ri-vleil.
Mr. W. II. Arbogast, late foreman of the
ftiMinng-mill department of James Dri-col
.t Soils' Co , Weilnesd ly night reetiieda
telegram, offering htm the fort maiiship of a
hike flooring m'll at Montgomer), Alt , at
a handsome silarv and urging him to come
at once. Mr. Artiogast will accept the
Third Want Kepulillcnns.
There will be a meeting of the republi
cans of tlie Third ward at the Central En
gine house this (Frida) evening at 7 "0.
Ever)bod) is urged to turn out. By order
of J S. Milks,
Chairman Kepubllcaii Central Com.
Services preparatory to the Lord's suppe
will beheld in the Second English Lutheran
church this (Fridi)) evening at 8 o'clock.
Sermon by the pastor. The lord's supper
will be administered on next Sunday morn
A DELICHTFUL OCCASION.
Xniiivernnry of Vlr. .Inn. VI. Stewart n
The following account of the eeltbratlori
b) Mr. James M Stewart, of the lift) ninth
annivep-arv of his birth, appeared in tin
enia Ton i(it of the list tilt. It wil
l sieua!l) interesting in this cit) where
Mr blew art has many relatives and friends
One of the most delightful incidents
whit h goes so far to remove the burden ol
ever) ill) life occurred in this cit) ) ester
dav. Mr James M Stewart, the efficient
deputy in the probate court, was fiftl-iim.
vears of age esterda). ant! the antnver
sarv was celebrate! in a manner entirel.
iihcxHcted but none the less enjovabl) h
the old gcntlfiiitu. When the aftemooi
had rolled awav and he went home to hi
linner lie found Ins brothers and their
wives, with Ins children and a few relative
gathered at his home, corner of Main and
King streets, and a most sumptuous repast
-pre id Tlie surprise w as a most complete
ne and Mr "-tewart was overcome b) this ex
hibition of the love ami resnit in which
he was held At the t ihle a most remark
abl - scene was witnessl eight brothers
ranging in ages from sixty-nine to nft) twi
eirs, were seated there with no xacant
h.ur The following were tin ir name
beginning with tlie oldest- IVrrv and
Elder II . of Clark county: Samuel, of liar
din coiintv, Charles, of Clark countv.James
M . of enia; Thomas. ()sc ar and William,
of Cl-irk county. With the exception of
Mrs Samuel Stewart, who was too ill to
come, the wife of each of the brothers
was present. It was a most enjoabIe oc
casion, and will long be remembered by the
participants, especially b) he in whose
honor it was given. We extend our con
FIGHT FOR A CHILD.
XrPilnilts Ileii;inc tint the Oliirr anil
Mrs. House reor Hail Moral Chilrarter.
Bandoiph Coleman, esq , forwarded to
Hrook!)ti. N V., this morning, fifteen affi
davits eertif) Ing to the good monl charac
ter of Mrs. Wile) Bouse and of her parents,
Mr ami Mrs. EugeneOllver. It will be re
membered that Mrs. Bouse was granted at
llvorce from her husband. Wilev Rouse.
former!) of this city, but now a journalist
in lliookl)ii, and the custody of tlie child
was also given to ner. the child, who is a
Ikiuii) little girl.' was regularly adopted b)
Mr. and Mrs Oliver, parents of Mrs Bouse,
proceedings having been accomplished in
the probate court several weeks ago The
husband s parents are also desirous of
adopting the little one, and -s tiled pro
ceedings in ti.e Brookln court, asking the
roun 10 sen asioe me gram ot tnecusiiKi) i
of the cl lid to Mrs. Bouse, ou the grounds I
that she ami her parents wereunht persons. Innal fiailv and wooklv na.
as to their character, to have the custcvh ,uua' ua"J ",,U .WCC,I'7,. H
of the child. The affidavits sPnt onto,pers (except bund ay editions)
Iirooklwi this morninf are In refutation yOU Will finrf t hat WP nffoF vnil
of th se charges and set up that the par-, UU Wl" "'JUUIdlWe OHer yOU
ties are of good moral character. The HlOre SDBCial DarOainS Ifl DfV
Brookl)n court has no JurMiction in the'
la'ter. but can. if it-ees gn.u i L,
revoke the custody.
TREMONT HAS CAUCHT IT.
The Nltliril (ins l-eier Striki-s the ' r n
nrrMlc Itural stronliolil.
The natural gas fever has struck Tremont
and vicinit), in street pirlance, right in the
neck, and tlie leading residents of that lo
cality will not b satisfied until they have
tried the experiment of boring for the illu-t
VuU1aH""5nLan,UiJl'-.''iJn tbe Jasti We offer this wppk a har.
few davsTlhe exeltemenTana interest in the S Ulier iniS WCeK 3 Oar-
stihject Ins taken definite shipe in the cir- gain in Marseilles QuiltS at
culation nf a petition f,,r subscriptions to ffi en oar,u ..il q
tlie enterprise. A regular form has been lv'-3- cduili WOrHl s.
drawn up by which the sule-cnlMTS ple.iger SoeCial IllieS flf IOC TOWClS
the amount ojip-islte their names; it also ...Jlu i --
provides for the election of ollicers and the WOrin 0116-113.1 more than th8
foriintion or a stock compaii) as soon as nrirp Pckprl fnr thorn
31.21M) shall I raiseil. Direetl) this, PCB dSKeO TOT mem.
amount Is subscribed, work will begin at rUII WlUtn UnDleaCheU
drilling. Chris. Kohrer Is one of the prime SheetinO PXPPllpnt niialitv nf
movers In the scheme and all the others are 3U"Hj BXCBIIBIII quality, ai
men ispnlly capable, in a financial wa). of IOC a yard, W0lth 22C.
pushing the matter to a successful ti st. , Uoui nnnrlr. in n.;tJ .ktu
Tims f,.r thesm0f st7; has beensnb-'. New floods in printed shirt-
scribeil, and all the subscribers have slgni- infJS. fill! V3rrl Wllfp' ahntlt
tied their willingness to double orouadru
pie the amount In case of necesslt). Tlie
exict spot where the well is to be drilled
has not vet been selected, but it w ill be
somewhere within half a mile of Tremont
IVerliliug of Itev. .Incob Horns nml 311
Surah VV olfe Tlilirndn.
On March 31 Itev. Jacob Born', of
Springfield. O . and Miss Sarah Wolfe, of
Yellow Springs O , were united In hoi)
matrimony b) Kev. E. Keuben Wagner, of
Wittenberg college. The groom has
the a, five ., for thirty -
five years, and Ls quite young and outhfuI 1 1 the city.
et in spirit. He is well known to the mln- New goods in the Hosierv depirtmenL
istr) of the west, and to tl.e citizens of ' N'evv goods in the Lace and Embroidery de
Springheld, where he has made his ' pirtments. New goods in Corsets and
home for a number of )ears. His bride
is a sister of Amos Wolfe, esq . of this
city, and a nost excellent Christian lady.
She is consulerabl) ounger than the
groom. Both ow n property and are fairly
fixed in life. Thev received quite a number
of Useful and beautiful presents from their
mm) friends. Bev. Horns will mike his
home in Yellow Springs. Among thegnests
present from Springfield were Peter Sehln
iller and wife. Amos Wolfe and wife. Chas
Sclundler. wife and daughter. Mrs II
Wolfe ami MissJ. l.ouise Wolfe, and G
Gerliw Clark, senior editor of the ll'iHui
bfnjcr. riPAsiint Weil'' wjnt Cnrlmle.
One of the most pleisant weddings that
ev er occurred at our lively little neighbor.
Vew Carlisle, took place at 7 o'clock last
(Thtirsdav) evening in the marriage of Dr.
Clirence 1). Miles, a rising )oung dentist of
the village, to Miss Anna K. Mirandi.
diugliterof Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Miranda
Dr. Gaddis officiate d, performing tlie beau
tiful cereinoii) in an impressive manner,
'inly about tvv ent, -live guests, cotiiiioset! of
the immediate friends and relatives of the
bride and groom, were in attendance. The
vv eilding presents were quite numerous and
Ii indsome and spoke eloquently of the high
esteem in which the vomit; cojple are held
Dr Miles and Ills unite let ton a brief honey
moon visit to Columbus, after a bountifu
wedding supper was served.
Dr. Miles is a worth) young man with
all the, ntmllncattons for success in life nml
J Ins bride is an Intellectual and sweet-tim-
pered girl, who might well adorn any man's
Prohibition Club Vlteting.
The prohibitionists had a good-sized au
dience at their club meeting last (Thursdi) )
evening. In the absenco uf the president
Mr. It. S. Thompson was called on to pre
side. A call was made for all prohibition
ists who would pledge themselves to work
at the polls on Monday, and the names of
those who so promised were taken. Mr
Ludlow urged the imiiortaiue of tills. Inas
much as he made the sacrince to run.
Speeches were made by thechatmiin. Win.
It. Lee, candidate for police clerk, A.
Franklin, J. S. VeLson, Will S. Dinwiddle
and others. All expressed great -onndence
hi the election of their ticket at the coming
election. This Is not intended for a joke
The meetin? closed with sinirin ' "When
Christians Shall Vote as They Fray,
Largest in Their History.
The March business of K. F. Brandom .fc
Co. was the largest month's work in their
history. Their business Is grow ing ev ery
day and their trade Is trul) enormous. The
vv holesale business of this firm is big and
few realize thenumber of pianos and organs
that they sell. Their low price and good
tenia Induce many to patronize them. Go
In and see their nloe stock.
Kaster rtlra HAUancl lionneU,
Aral all the latest novelties In millinery
at Mrs, A. E. Oowdy'a. Thursday, Friday
aad Saturday ot this week.
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, I887.
",wci -T5 Liinc-Htone.
NEW GOODS !
OPEN THIS DAY :
St BAHS In Plush. Cream. Light Blue,
Heliotrope Nile Green and Beige.
Cit U'E DE CHIVEfor evening liressej..
in all the light tints.
Ivor) White and Cream Wool DBESS
GOODS lu great variety: trimmings to
"scarce and Desirable shades of Drpss
mmkIs Cadet, Heliotrope, Tans and other
New Neckwear and Kuching.
New Veilings, Kid Gloves.
New Iaces and Embroideries.
Embroidered skirtiugs atvery low prices
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
of being the first (and as yet
tne oniy) ary goods concern
in Springfield tO do t)USineS8
on these tried and true prin
ciples, again, we manx ail
goods in plain flaures that's
another striking specialty, in
fTiiiun, aiau, wc SldllU dlonB.
Then if you watch our weekly
j ,.,,:. ..
all., WnlCn appears in all tllB
Rnnrle 4hon ill 4r. ,.
"'" tn ai int. -uiiici
houses in the city puttonether.
And if you will take the
trouble to investigate the
facts stated in those ads. you
win una inaiwe mane a spec
ialty of publishinn plain, un
varnished truth, without a
dOUOie meaning tO it.
fifty different styles, all the
nicest and newest patterns of
the season; for men's shirts
and boys' waists, only 14c a
In Boys' Bead made Gingham and Calico
Waists. Very nice htting garments for
ery little money.
'evv Shaw Is for spring and summer wear,
at lower prices than we have ever known
ttieiu. This as-sortment of shawl has iust
1 IIJV '."M0"".,
Ribbons. Xew Buttons and Dress Orna
ments During the past week we were
v ery busy receiv Ing new goods for every
depirtiuent and respectfully request you
to come and see them.
LATEST HAT OUT,
Roth Gulf and Lake, fresh caught,
dressed and delivered on short notice.
Don't forget we keep fresh 0sters.
Ml PICE. COFFEES!
We told )ou about them last week.
Try our cl ol-est Golden Rio. our Old
Government Java, our extra oualitr
of Mocha ; they cannot be equaled
tn the city. We have
OLIVES andflLIVE OIL J
Cotton Seed Oil for cooking purposes. ""
Xew York Cream Cheese.
Edam and Pine Apple Cheese.
Fresh Vegetables and Fruits.
S. J. STRALE7 & CO.
10 AND 1 KA3T HlOa STRUT,