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OLDESl OalLT-MRGEST CIRCULATION.
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
VOL. XXXIII NO. Si.
PKICE OF DAILY
ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK.
SPRLXGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVENIM:.. APRTL, (I, 1S.S7.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
WiSRinaTO.I'rll 6 Ohio
-ttsntlf warmer. lair weather
SrKINGFlEI.D, O., 1
April 6, 1SS7. J
where you go to buy your
clothing and furnishing goods;
after looking around drop in
at the When. We are offer-
ing bargains now throughout
our mammoth double store in
clothing and furnishing goods
which were never heard of in
this community ; we are re
arranging and getting things
in shape for an immense spring
trade ; our prices are such
that our patrons save on every
garment bought of us an
amount equal to the ordinary
retailers' profits on like goods.
We are able to quote these
low prices because, as most
Our own Clothing, and are';""
larnn inhhore. nf fnrnishinn ,
a a j
goods, and retail at wholesale
prices in every department.
Our furnishing goods de
partment is complete in every
respect, beginning with linen
collars, 4-ply linen, two for
25c, other places, 20c each ;
4-ply linen cuffs, 25c per pair ;
celluloid collars, 20c each ;
celluloid cuffs, 35c per pair;
neckwear bows, 5c, 10c, 15c,
20c, 25c and upwards ; scarfs,
25c, 50c, 75c and $1; hosiery :
try our 10c gray seamless
hose if you want something
cheap ; we have them at 5 c
and up to i per pair.
have.a little POod news for
-- - - -"I o ----- .
vnil todav in shirts' a line Ol
you totia in snins , a nneoi
nl,n lslii imnnrtprt chpuint
- . . . r .
shirts with continuous sack
stay, we have concluded to
let them go at $i each, worth
$1.50; another lot of fancy
shirts we have knocked to 75c;
we have everything you want
in the shirt line; the largest;
and best stocks and the most
comprehensive assortment of I
, , , .,
mens, yOUtn S, DOyS anu Cnil- 1
dren's clothing and furnishing
- in t-tsJc- msrl-al if Inha
guuus 111 wu uioiaw . v ui. 1
tnnnrl at - (
Springfield's Only One Price
Clothiers and Gents
2.-. AXD 27 WE.VT 3HAIX ST.
n. c. LION.
AXD FAMILI SUl'l'LIES.
The li'st Canned and Bottled Good.
httkalj Pare and First-Class
(ioods, at Liirest Prices.
The Late C. T. Ward Grocery,
(J7 WEST XAIX ST.,
Corner of Center, Springfield, 0.
tklci'hom: o. as.
FOR THE HOMELESS.
Improved KENTUCKY FtRMS from 30
to nig acres, at prices from S3 to $35 per
cra For particulars addrit
King's M-ontala it, Kj.
Significant Utterances of Today's Ntw
York "San" and Other Papers About
the Results and Bearings.
-oiur I.oimI mi' from tin .itlm-lil" Su
dallsm to be l'ut WoHli fti
sm Itierlun.l 11 tlie i Ha
of the Day.
Ilvthe ssoc ated Press
Nf vv Yfli.w, April Tlie morning
paper- comment at great length on the re
Milt of the western flections. TlieMn
sa)s "Cincinnati ami Chicago an- among
the most Important citie- of the union.
Naturallv thet are both strong!) dtino-
iratic, ami jet in each of them the ilemo
cratic part appear- to be either utterl de
inoralired or baillj overwhelmed. It ma
lie said that the democratic partt ha- Inhmi
ttied out in Chicago and rru-hexl in Cin
cinnati In tiew of such fact- the ailmin-i-tration
in Washington cannot be luM
blameless. If there had been an earnest,
uncompromising democratic pirit in the
pre-Uleiicj. iinconnromi-iiiK lemocratio
-pint would hate existed anil grown indent
In en rj part of the land "
The II vrltl sa)-. "It i- siijierficiall)
correct to sat that the prohibition niotc
innit anil lahir dlsaffta'tlon have cau-eil the
demoralization of theolil parties a- wit
iie ed In tho recent flection- Hut what
an- the causes back of these"" What has
led the ultra-temii ranee men to organuo a
third pant" What lead-the laboring mm
to break aw a) from their part) tie-"
T1P lalior movement In
politics i- the outgrowth of the fetllng
that our law- anil the condition- of
life created by them are no longer
equal: that the goteniment is conducted m
the intere-t of the rich and privileged
" "-"'-"" ! .. . "
cla-M's. and that the old parties are either.
unwilling or imKitent to reined) thi- inui'
tlco and c rrect existing evils.
We look for gool results from t lie-e dl-i-10ns
The) will at least tend ti bring
the old partie- to a higher -tandanl of faith
fulness to public obligations. The liquor
Intere-t-ma) learn that the surest vv a) to
invite attempts at prohibition is to opo-e
needed re-tnctlon- uiin till-
Tlinnilr frmn the Clilrngo Times.
Cine too. April G. TheTnnc-a) - "The
candid ite of tlie Keil Flag barbarians for
the niavoralty, has been deflated b) a mv
jority approximating 2-.000. The re-ult is
a magnificent triumpli for the intelligence
and con-cieiice of Chicago. It I- a splendid
vindication of the iiatnoti-m. common sense
and the stiinl) niauhootl of the masses of
her people. It 1- a crushing rebuke to tl.e
demagogue- and tricksters of the
the Carter llarri-on t)jH, who. to
promote their unhallowed ambition
and lti-t of power have bivn dalltiug with
lawle ne-s and want onl) trilling with
the safety, pro-ierit) and gooil name of
tills communit). It is a notice to the
world that the tide of barbarl-m
which has threatened to sweep awav
the safeguard- of life, property and
personal right- m thi- great cit). and whkh
culminated in the bloody massacre of Ha)
niarki t. Is staved, and that with the col-ap-e
of the rotten ilv na-t) tvho-e criminal
folly and reckli s-nt ss lir-t opened tl e chan
nel lor 1 s foul waters Chicago Is once moie
on high ami -wild ground, te-nre again-1
The TrHitwir ss: "This city is set on
a hill. In full view of two continents, Be-
ti.iMiti tl. fir of 171 uti.I tlm hi,fr.h.r' nf
is1 it has become a beacon light, wen and '
V,V ." t..iY"r.. "'bU.on at the wigwam on .Monda) evening.
lrMIt , in no. .itaii -4. i iv si&,tr an iitv. iai
that the monev and advice or the man who
ltear;iia-iHHMithe iwai leader f .
.. ?-. ......, .
-: . . .r, ' . ..t.. . ,
ine iwer ucciui -av-: ine overwneini-
an expre--.on of dL-ap,,roval of further e-- I
KDstowanU cla-s government. It is not
eviden. e of public liost.iltv to laN.r organ-
izatlons r.:.hough it is an unml-takable
protest agains- the prostitution of labor or-,
Kaiiizationstothed'-slresof oligarchs who
close to call ticm-ev le, -tK-iali-ts " ,
Ilallw-nt People PUngree. 1
Cmcvr.o. April a The failure to agree
"J! 1- division f rate-to and from '
Mi I'-ippi river points on MI oun riven
business and points lieiond. hatati-ctla
'complete rupture bt-twetn lines east from
""."?V" " -"""" .".-v..,. ."
ii,,,,, Miimj M t Wwe im
In east and Missouri river points ia Chi-
cago navfoeeu siopptai. u.aie- via i uicago
inaienaii) nigner man via si. 1.0111s ne-
I -ides all freight from east has to l re billed
at Chicago, winch is an additional embar-
I cuit7cdi iun
The Goteriimrnt to Tot llown I
Geneva, April 0 The Swl-s govern
ment has resolved to act vlgorousl) against
the socialists and anarchist-, whose recent
attlvitv Is thought to be calculated to dis
turb the eace of the state.
Xew Yor.K, April 6 Fire broke out in
a paint room In an upisr tor) of the big
building m east j- ort) -third -Ireet, occupied
b) the beua-tlan agon Lompan) as a lac
tor), this morning, and de-tro)eil stock
valued at S15 000. A like amount of dam
age was done the building. Full) insured.
s lutliern K illwnts.
W.siiim.to, April fi The inter-state
commerce commission has received more
petitions from representatives of southern
rallwa)s aski lg relief from the operations
of the long and short haul clause of the
Washington. April C Judge Mat nan!
relinquished theofliceof second comptroller
this morning, and formally entered upon
the discharge of his new duties as assistant
s-tretary of the treasury.
PH.LM,, t m, v. April 0.-The coroner's
jur) In the ca.se of Mar) b. Hi.ckingham.
found dead in bed )csterdav, retnnied n
verdict of suicide
b) shooting while tcm -
l-lre tu t'ittbiirg.
PlTTsiifKd, April 0 The (daughter
house, stable and m boiLe of Henr) Krell
ing. Allegheny City, burned this morning.
Iaiss, 51S.000; insurance. 510,000.
DhTitoiT. April 0. SjK-cIals to the Ercn
liif; Joiinml indicate that the prohibition
amendment is surely defeated by about
Cliieelt It tt.rltt.
LoMMiv, April 0 Queen Victoria has
arrivetl at Aix-Ies-Hains, from Cannes.
Herinajcst) is fatigued, after the journe).
Coiiitiinmlrr truHrt Hi. Cun tt a,I).
liilCtnn tt Jthor With tli Intr-tHt
T fe latnuu V slT, -tatii mil (?- .f
Mitchell ost. No. 43, G. A. IL, re-civeil a
telegram at noon today from Couimander
in Chief llunlett, requesting him to come
to Washington, at nee, and appear before
the inter-statecommerce commission for the
mno-e of representing the interests nf the
Depertment of Ohio, and endeator to se
cure speccial rates to the department en
campment In this city. Colonel Stewart
loft at three o'clock for thu capital.
To the airntorv or Mr- .lentil. c lark, win
Illril I it.t Siimlii..
On bund i). Ajiril ..d. 1-ST. at 7 o'clock
p. in., Jem if wife of Mr I) I,. Clark.and
dangler of Mr Charlts :-.vkc-.one of Spring
field'- pioneers, died lit r funeral to. k
place from htr late home. No 4tl Che-tnut
avenue, April Mb, at J p m
Ilevth canie-uddeiih to this loving wife
devoted mnlher ami true friend, but lit r
la-t word- were a pra)er to the All Mi n i
ful Father, that lie would tire for and pro
te. t hi r little childrtn,-o e.arl) in life liereft
of a mother'-can
Her bi-auliful character need- no com
nient to ti In the heirtsof tho-owho knew
her. a loving ri uieuihrauct'.
Her transition to man-ions above has left
an aching void m man) In arts ti whom she
Ind endevreil hei-elt We -hill nilv. Iier,
but Heaven i- richer.
"Thr bur hands are foMed
I pen the iulet breast
Ami b unill,ii: pul-e. in.1 throbbing heart
rc forever lal 1 to rest
The truneouce raeke-l witli suterlu
No pain or itngiiisti kuvsi
i.imI's peaie upon the sleeping term
Lit th In calm repose.
"Oh. life seemed ver pleasant.
s it vtiu heirtscau prove.
t ith life aiu hnpe.auilelierisheil friends,
inl temlerest tles.it love
Hut the.le ir Lord, who knoweth best,
t ailed Mother, come to me
I am Ihv i. od an 1 h ive prepared
heavenl home for thee '
"Our hearts are aching at our loss,
nd learsof apguisu rlow.
lint tied who sends such trials keen,
Ulll sjnctKv tin blow
And hy and b In his good time.
When faith Is lost tu sight.
ll-ee the love thst give an. took.
He doeth ill things right."
FIRE 0NR0CKY" RIDCE.'
Ill Ol.t C.lore.l I ail II. Hue Ituluetl Tlll-
At J 15 o'clock this morning, an alarm of
lire was turned in from bo 11. located on
th comer ofElm -treit ami
avenue. The Centrals and We-tirns
prompt!) re-ponded, and found the lire in
a -null -tor) and a half frame h Hiding on
Hoek)HiIge. The building was almost
wrapjied ill tllame- whin the departmuit
arTivtal, but the bo)s wii had
them eatingni-hed Tho iu-lde of
the house and the roof were badl) burned
and. in fact, the building was practical!)
ruiiusl. The loss was about Sli'i. The
building vv as occupied b) an old colored
ladv. who tinned the premises, and, it Is
-aid, bv l'ete Erich and the colored woman
with whom he live- Host of the liou-e-hold
good were saved. How the tire origin
ated is not known
nt meeting of the 1 Itsrk t ounty T. nrh
The nej.t session of the Clark Count)
Teachers' as-ociatln will be held in the
Central school building. April 0, 1&S7.
R. E ChafSn Paper, ".-houlit PhTslology
De a uenuireu uraacn in
the ( omnion
lnscusslon opened by IT r-pin-
.Itn.T,-" Ittti ii,lon rt.
J - v harton Paper " hat ("an be Done
Toward Raising theMandardof hducatlon
In the i ouiitrr -chools" lllscussion
opened by lianlel hlersole
.vnntNooN -i ssiot.
tddress .... .. .. Iter. A llklns.m
L. ? .Maloy I'aner "Literature In Our
Public -chools " IUscusston of tlie sut
JectbyJ II Hood.
By order of
I l'tlbllc I.xllll.ltioll bl-tltesprlii;flellTtirn
erem nt tlio A tgwnin.
The well-known and succe-sful Oennan
fltliletlf-ori-9lllrsMon Llinun At tliA Snrtnr.
held Turn-Vereln, will give a public eahi-
, ,, rrai n . . .
;v',rl,,f?' The rurner-oi-lety proivo-es o
f Le u,.h n"' "f ',,f ' ' "-'"K '" " "!b-
lie and particul irlv the Aimncan ponula-
turn, what it is doing for the nh-cal de-
, . ... ' , -.,
elopment of the joun-'inen of he city.
T!'V l'b lc at lar,re; V 3 T"1 ,I,"V8, ' .
en inly i nacina.nnsl w. 1, the work and
f,,J,s " " Vle,' a"J "," ' . ihn
wiWI pleased wi I, what t wil so.
"V'"" '"TiT '" ?U' " ., ' U'ical iU"
eIopniei.t of the charac er that he Tuni
b -.' nt . ntw ty if the
II nolo rsjm . if iri.iio lis ii.-.tiiies
AUiut s WO has al read) been srib-cnbed
for the new iermaiiint Turner hall.
theinawirand new cit) oflicers nilleuttr
upon the duties of their respective offices
11H l.lll lane pi acr. Jill IIIIIC ailtr
,! l)omls are llIe,j and approved
As to the mavor. Ids InuhI will
without ilou.il Pe approveil !i) the old coun-
c . In lore It ai lojrns -me die. ami h - hr-t
oftlcial act will beto pre-ide while the new
council is. being organized. Any notar)
public, or other authorized ofiinr. ran ad-
I lultu-tir tlie oath to the mavor and other
t.tlict r t !t"ct. 'I he ixipce court oflicers will
P'obibl) be riad) for oeratlous b) next
.eir Motion t'lletl In tlie Milt Agalnut
tlif It. J JL 1. Itailwa Colupiiit.
A motion was filed today in the clerk of
court's oflice, in the cae of Whittle), Ka
ler.t Keil) vs. theh J. ,t r. Hailwav coni
paii) et al (stoi kholders), b) Hon W. &
Hiitchlns, ol rortsinouth, to strike from the
hies the answer and cross-iietition of the
tMml ,U, c ,trJrU co.npa.iv
tie Kround that said conipan) has not
been prowrly made a part) to the suit
A l.ltor from Mitiibeiitllle.
Mr. George Beans street commiss'oner
of Steuliemille, will arnveat 5 o'clock this
evening and remain over until tomorrow.
He is Grand Chamellor of the Knights of
r)thlas and is en route to Deliance in the
, mtere-ts of the order.
Tonight he will
probib!) attend theima tingof divi-ion No
' 44. lVrsons interested 111 strut paving will
probablt uitirtiew Mr. Ib-aiis while he is
in the tit), as to the Steubcnville streets
lien Hi from tltnsles.
A chill of John Kunkle'-, living on west
High strett, died Tue-da) night of measles.
The funeral took place this afternoon, the
intuuieiit being at Iremont. Mr. Kunkle
I liim-ell ana two other children are also
I n.,..ti.it ... ll.-l. I....I.- .. I.I. l. - ...... .t.
, jlr Knkuae is' .'
, on(., t,i, ( ing the second time since the
.dl-case lias been In lib family that it lias
1 broken out em him
Keiiihllt 111 Central Coiiimltlre.
The citt memoirs of the republican cen
tral committee, which had charge of the
pa-t campaign, held a met ling last night
for the purpose of passing bills and closing
up tlie business of the campilgn. Nuthing
else of ImiHirtance was transacted.
Tonight I let. Dr. bummerbell invites all
to attend with bun ill commemorative
service at the Christian church, subjta-',
"Mar) anointing the Savior with the
precious ointment.' Tomorrow (Thursda))
night in the commeuimorution of the
bat lor'-death in the anniversary of tlie first
communion. All Christians, and e-peciall)
ministers, are invited to participate.
Tlie tuf mt sun of Mr. and Mrs. Pert Del
rick, who reside in the extreme tve-t end,
died of iliphthem at 2p in. )esterday
Hie funeral vv ill occur at 10 o'clock tomor
Haloid, the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs
Victor Coble, of 713 west Main street, dud
this morning at 3 o'clock. The funeral
will incur tomorrow at 2 p. in.
Mr. Johnson D)son has returned from a
prolonged trip to Kansas. He made large
real ustate purchases at Wichita and other
I FIRE CHIEF SIMPSON'S REPORT.
Some Ititt r. -tiiiR I n. tuan.l Klgtirt OtlllAtl
l-roin tli Iteport Importune hurce
tlolis mill Ite oiiiinelidnttoii-.
. At the rtgular meeting of the cit) council
last night Cit) Clerk Shew alter presented
the report of K W. Miiip-o'i, rldef of Uie
tire department, for the ) ear unlinK March
ol. IssT. Following is a irett) full abstract
of the rt vort
'Tin re are four brick houses, with sta
bles attached, all of which are owned b)
tlie cit). 1 wish to call jour attention to
the necesslt) of erecting a hose house on
southiellow Springs street, near Dibert
avtnue al-o one on the North bide, near
Chestnut avenue. In in) ltidgmtnt sump
lrovision should be made for the erectirn
of tht-e buildings thu coming )ear. The
new house on l.agonda avenue, which hag
just In en completed, will add greatl) to the
strength of the dt partmeiit and will be a
grt.it sav ing on the m tchiner) and lior-ei
"Iheilepirtment basin servitetvvo four""
wheeksl twt-horse ho-e carnages one twd-vvheelt-l
one-horse ho-e cart, one tvvtvtanlc
1 lit inical t ngiue of one luiudrtai gallomi
capacit) t ach, one combintsl machine car
r)ingtvvo Hve-gallon chemicals, one lift)'
gallon cheniicil. eight hundred feet of i'
inch tire hose, ami four ladders, one hrst-
tlass two-horse hook and ladder truck, also
one one-horse four-wheeled hose carnage In
bad condition. The force of the depart
mt nt lias In en changed during the ear. fot
iatk of liione) to pa) the same. The force
at the Westi tn house has been reducedi
le it ing off two call men. also the assistant
chit f. 1 here have been added to the force
tiiree men at the Lagonda avenue house,
making the force of tne department tvvent)
uine ollii ers and men (same as la-t leport),
and twelve horses I would rtvomnit ml
that a two-horse, tour-wheeled hom reel or
wagon lie piirclia-ed for thebouthem house,
as I do not toii-ider the old one safe "
The chief recommends that one of the
thrte steamers, which is in bad condition,
Im eitliir repaired or old. In the depig
ment there aie two chemical engines, both
In good condition.
At this time tin re are 410 feet of poor
rubbir hose and 1,00 feet of ginnl cottoil
ho-e at the Centr il house, 1,1 iOO feet of
good lotion hose, at the Lagonda
avenue house; S10 feet of unreliable
rubber hose at the bouthern house, and 900
feet of unreliable rubber, and 300 feet of
good cotton ho-e. The total number of feet
of cotton hose is 2,700, of rubber, 'J,l!sO:
total, -J.bsO feet. Duniu the ) ear the de
partment burst l,d"0 feet of rubber hose, I
and the chief suggests that all Oie rubber
Hosts oe repiaceti witii new nose.
Concerning the tire alarm telegraph S)s-
tem. he sat s
The tire alarm telegraph has given en
tire sttisfactiou. I would recommend that
tire alarm Uies be locate.1 at the following
places. One at the comer of Pearl and 1
Rue streets; one at Slain am! Western av
enue; one at west rie.i-ant. west of west
ern avenue; one on south ellow I Springs.
niar State, ami one tm east Main, near the.
new hospital. 1 wish to call tour attention
once more to the ntessity of getting a five
line repealerjtlie coming )e.ar. We could
place the bell-striker on one circuit and di-
tlde the cltv into four circuits. This would
be a great Improvement over the present
1 lie thirty-eight cistirns inthecit) have
been kept filled, so that in the event of an
accident to the water works, a supply of
water would be in the cisterns Concerning
the water works. Chief biuipson says; j
"Owing to tne long distance we are emu-1
pelletl to force water, we do not have a good J
nre pressure in the suburbs of tlie city
There should be some arrangement made 1
for the eten-Iou of water mains, the com
ing )ear. in the following places: Libert)
street, near the Kvans Manufacturing Co.'s ,
works; I'atton stret t, near the Springfield 1
Manufacturing Co.'s shops; Hanikaj
Iron Fence Co.'s simp, on Southern avenue;
Hubert avenue, near the school house; al-o
on west Main street, mar the second rail
road crossing. In in) judgment post'
hvilraiit-ssiiuuld be placed at all the abote
The following statement shows the ex
penditures of the department for the )ear.
s. ilan of employes !i:15 !7
Horses, Xeea. uliuelnci C11.1l. etc 2.--'l C3
Total SlS.ttu i'
f ost of new house complete t.,14- -s
Uepalr at other houses . in 41 ,
ilrand total Sil,tsn i
Of the tires and alarms the Chief sa)s;
There have bten SO alarms, an increase
of CO over last ) ear. Sixteen of the above .
tire-hate been in our large agricultural
shops 10 have been in our business block-, j
.11 in dwelling houe-, 2 in liver) stables
and s in -mailer stables The remaining
tires have occurred in tarimis kinds of
buildings. All the buildings except fifteen
w ere insured.
Value of buildings anil contents S32",TT1
Insurance on bulldliisand toutents . 1.4" vtTS
Loss on hnlMlngs antt contents J TiU '
amount otliisurftLce above losses I.4vi.iil ,
"Thedijiartment has been calletl Uh)H
to mourn tin- lo of one worth) menibtr
during the pa-t ) ear O I. Ke)s, captain
of Hook and Ladder Co. No 1, on the 2sth
of June, l-sii. dlt-iof internal injuries sus
tained lit falling down the elevator shaft at
the tire of II F. Funk & Co 's w bole-ale
grocer) 011 .Ma) 29th, lbsfl. lnthedivharne
of his ilut) lie recuved the injuries which
cau-ed Ids death "
In conclusion the chief thus renders his
acknow lfdgenit nts :
"I desire to express in) thanks to tlie
honorable ina)or, cit) solicitor, cit) clerk,
cut engine r. -tre-jt commissioner, and the
cltv council for the supimrt given to the re
quirements of this departmt nt during the
tear; to the committee on lire department
fo: the interest taken in our work, and en
comagciiieiit t,iven tobecooienioreefiii.lt lit;
to eacli and every member of tlie hre
department for their promptness In answer
ing .il.ir. is and their efficient work at tire- ;
al-o to the oflicers and employes of the
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE.
I'ntti lCosa lo Aiipenr Thtr Thnrtilft)
On Thursda) evening April 7, Pattl Ho-a
will appear at Black's in that bright little
piete, "Hob." The Ihiilu Patriot, of Har
risbarg. Pa , sa)s of her and the pla) :
Piquant, chariuii g Patti Ito-.a was the
attia. tion at the opera hon-e last niglitand
her appearance has sit en her a nnu hold
on the hearts of those present Mie will be
gnetetl b) a large audience when she next
visits us. Lotta has won her way Into the
atfeclions of the American people by her
sprightl), tit.atious st)le, and she will re
tain hi r liopiilarit) to the I esL The star
of last night is equal in bnUiancv, and in
some respects her siierior. Patti Kosa
has graces of person and a tolce that
' charm- her audiences. She has the same
I marked elements of -ipularit) that gate
. Lotta wealth and fame, ami her -tar is in
the ascendant, while Lotta's has reached
the zenith. Young and pretty and light
hearted, Patti Ilnsa's success is assured
"Hob i well adapUsl for the excellent
coinpant that so abl) siipjiorts the pleis
Ine houbrctte. and it runs through three
acts as smooth!) as one could desire. There
, are 110 abrupt brevks or disconnected dia-
loites; ever) one has suiuethmg to do, and
does iL The cast of characters is tlie
1 finest that has lieen on the boards In Har
i risburg this season, each individual perfor-
, mer being an accomplished actor It would
seem, therefore. Invidious to particularize
C irtl of Tiuiuk.
I Mr. and Mrs V. W. Long desire to ex
press their sincere and heartfelt thanks to
their neighbors and friends for their kind
ness and s) mpathy during the sickness and
death of their little bo), Willie Lelto), and
. -,u,.lll. ll., tllMl f..l ill.lutltu-l tl, tl...A
who, during the entire sickness, so kind!)
and untiring) assisted them.
I Mil ad Mus. A. W. Loo.
I Lmlles, Don't Forget
The grand otienlng of milliner, goods by
II. II. U'ragg, No. S eist Main street, on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this
LAST BUSINESS SESSION.
Old Council Winds Up the
With a Very Short
Little linn Faeept ttir Luring wnyof
Olil Hii-ln.iwf ttml tlie l'lln-nce of a
I ew I'ay (Ir.llnnti. es New ainrk. t
Ifoii.v Orillliaut e I limit .
Tlie city council met in regular session
la-t ulghL At o'clock President
Thomas ascended to the chair for about the
la-t time as chairman ami called the meet
ing to order. The follow ing meinliers were
pre-ent: Ackerson, Hiirnitt, Crniule),
Funk, Hanlka, Kidder, Korn, McKenna,
Michael. Vetts, l'riuee, Kapp, Thiunas, K.
T.. and the president.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read, approved and signed, after
which business in regular order was ills
patched a. follows:
OlFirtAI 111 1 oltTs.
Clerk Shew alter presented bis alistract of
the receipt-and expenses f tlie cit) dur
Ing the )ear ending .March 7th, lsT. The
abstract was published in the citv dailies
last week. It was received and placed on
II) the clerk IteKirt of the cit) tveigh
master for the month of Merch showing
receipts S1.5J 'JO. one-half of which. $itl 3.
goes to the cit) and tlie other half to the
weighma-ter. Ileferreal to the auditing
II) the clerk ProKsitlon from Hucke)e
Publishing rtmipaii) to print IT'S copies of
tlie annual re N)rt of the e It) otlkfrs. 75
bound in cloth and 100 in piper, for M 50
He al-o ire-euttd a pruio-.il f roni T. E.
HartviKsl, of the (iiiztttc. to (irint the re
port as above stated, SUt. Keferreil to
IJ) the chrk Annual report of Fire
Chief Simpson. It was onlered printed.
Hills were presented and referred.
coMtitrn.1-. m pouts
11) Mr. McKenna. of the cit) improve
ment committee I'.i) ordinance to
armstrnng llrui , cresting plates I 2 On
Hy Mr. Thomas, of the committee on
printing Pav ordinance to
cp-lngtleld (1 iztte.ailTf rtllng - S S3 Vi
., eixenituiii v cniniAi. nuveriisiug 4; iwi
"prlngtleld News t'o. advertising 3110
Tran-iripl PrliiilugCo, advertising 3) no
i-prlugfleM 1'utilishli.g Co . advertising -I "
Total .. ;4 to
Hy Mr. Hunietf, of the police committee
Pa) ordinance to
Central Telephone Co .rent . tia (10
J. Leuty's suns, meat 41 ts
ttm Pimlott. cotl .. . .. t.1 so
Williams A. Wallace, groceries . ,Vi 111
J I harlesworth, mi-llcal attend ince 7 00
James l Cood, nuerlnteudent chain
gang . . . V, iv
Total - siii io
II) Mr. l'rlnce, of the cas committee
Pay ordinance to
Springfield Gas Co . bill for .March -SlO 32
P.) Mr. Hanika. of the street committee
Pa) ordinance to
E. Williams, pay of street hinds 'C9t V
(leorge -pence, gravel 10 on
E A Williams, horse and wagou one
year- . .. .. 2W 011
II) Mr. Netts. of the claims committee
Pa) ordinance tu
J. -. shevvalter. roon. rent for election S 51 no
B) Mr Funk, of thecomniltteenn finance
A recommendation to pav City Solicitor
A. N. Summer-SoOO additional to salary as
compensation for his services during the
pi-ttvvo tear-, and also a pay ordin nice
furSOOO in fatorof Mr. Summers. The
ordinance was passed.
Ilv Mr. Hanika. of the street committee
A report and resolution accepting a plat
of lots laid out b) the heirs of John Ludlow.
II) Mr Prince, of Hie cit) Improvement
committee A reort reiommeniling that
council ret e ive bids on a culvert to bo built
at the corner of Limestone and North
streets, the culttrtto be 1 ighteen inihes
high and two teet wide. Therecomnieiida
H) Mr Thomas, of the printing commit
tee -A report and resolution acci pting the
bid of T. E. Hartvoi.il of S149 for the an
nual report, and setting a-ide the tuone)
for the same. Tlie resolution was adopted.
OKIHN sNCfs IMl MI-C1II tMOls.
Sol'tilor Suuiiners jiristnteil an ordinance
providing for theertctiou of a market
house and cit) buildings and procuring a
site therelor, and providing a market spice.
The rules were suspended and the onli
Cii) Solicitor Summers presented the
contract nude with John Woods to clean
catch has. lis at 51 71 eaih for one )ea
and giving Imiid in the sum of S.'OO. with
And) rarielland IL 1. Howard as sure
ties. A resolution accepting the contract
I!) the tit rk Third readme of an onii
nanie accepting the plat of lots laid out b)
the In Irs of John Ludlow. Passed,
i.t -01 taioNs.
B) Mr. Hanika That the plans and
si-ecincalions irepinsl b) the cit) engineer
for street grading and pit ing be and the
same are hert b) adopted, and the sum of
Ml sit a-ide tor printing blank proposals
and specifications. A rece.s of hve min
utes was tiken to examine the (dins.
At the close of he recess, the resolution'
B) Mr. Netts Ile-olutio.i that a gas io-t
be erected on Westtru avenue, between
Coluinbli and North stjtets, and that S-0
lie set as'de for the same. Referred to com
mittee on lLht
1!) Mr Kipi That K. Y. Ward be
granttsl the (irivil. geof luirtiiig 300 loads
of dirt from north i ellow Spriligs street,
under direction of the cit) engineer.
On motion of Mr Prince, a recess was
taken until next Tiies.li etening at 7
I'lea.pnl surprise 1'arlT.
A ter) liuid-niiie surprise party was ten
dered Mr. and Mr- George Ha)s lat night.
as an expression of congratulation upon
their return from a trip to Florida. The
pliasant afltir occurred at the residence of
Mr. Ha)s's mothtron Mound stre-t. Poole
A. Lavtewixid's excellent orchestra furnisheil
the music, and tl uicing. a tine simper and a
big social time general!) completed a de
lightful etening. The gusts were: Mr.
John Mi Kline and wife, Mr Clus. Launon
and wife. Mr. II Migle). Mr. A. L Biker
and wife. -Mr John Hats. Mr. Will Hats
and wife, Mr Krisl Fox. Mr. G-orge Mteley
and wife. Messrs W. A. Ha)s, jr. F.
Hutchinson George Wolfe, Charles Crlss
well. Oit MeFav. George Curtis. Hugh
Forrist, Will Kemer). Warren Milbr, Ed.
Norton. Charles Orcutt. C W BoSiiison,
Charles Fern-. Joe Latham, Mo-e Migle).
Harvey H.evtdeshelt, Link Htlps, Ace
Hardy. Joe Selvva), Mr. W. T. Emmons
and wife. Mr. Ed Crewe) and wife. Misses
Kami) P.Kile. Katt Bi ach. Mer) Lawer.
Annie Hoe. l.illie Hauer. Oitnej Cri-well,
Miiinie i lanes. Blanche Lndw ick, Mrs. Tom
Forrest Mi-ses Jennie Forrest. II vttie Fel
lovves. Kilt) Fellowe-. I. arl Forrest, Cirr)
Htght, Lone Johnson, M iv Anderson, M try
Neiigen, AII10 Baki r. Glide Aside), Mary
Supplee, Jessie McCune.
Tlie regular business meeting of the W
C. T. U. will be held in Temperance hall.
Thursday afternoon, directly after the
pra)er meeting. A large attendance is re
quested. By order of Mus. J. B. Wertz,
S. K. C xvif nKlt. President,
Great ribbon sa'e at Ehreuhart'-. millinery
store, lutsday and Wednesday.
Ah'trnt t of the Ortl. inl omit or the Cltv
t.ie Kelij' riurallty ,K7 Intere-tlug
I n. ts Culleil from Hit th.trn. t of t ott -.
ji-stertlay (Tuesilat 1 afternoon Ma) or
Goodwin and Cltv fit rk Miew alter made
tlie official count of the tote for cit) and
ward oflicers cast at the election on Mon
da). the count lieuig completed hj i o'clock
last evening. Clerk Shewalter's abstract
gives the following figun s in totals
For Ma)or Oliver S. Keil), I: . J.V.D
F. M Hagan. N P and 1),.!.-,7J A It
Ludlow, P., C-7. Kell)'s plurallt) i- 2S7,
lieing hve less than that given him by the
lln'imic'- lu-uris )e-tenl). The ml
tike of hve iMaiirreil in the count of Mr
(lagan's tote in prceiut A of the Setenth
ward, the clerks hating overlooked five
totes which he reci ivtsl I ncle Abe Lud
low ran ahead of Ins ticki t, receiving 22"
more than Colt In. and 143 1110retl1aul.ee.
the last u until hating rts'i ivnl the second
hightt prohibition tote The tote received
b) Colvui is about the strength of the pro
hibitionists, for it is well known that both
Ludlow and Lee received the totes of per
sonal friends in both the old parties
For Solicitor A. " "summers, IL. 4,019
J G. White. N P. T.S7 Wilber Colt 111,
I'., 4il. Summers's pluralitt IV!
For Police Judge 1 F loiuig. It., 3.
10't; James I Cii-hman, N -P.. 3.720
Thos He Vltt, P., 4S3. Young's plurallt)
For Police Court Prosecutor Frank
Itlslitinet er, IL, 4 10s; James K Casej.N.
P.S.aSS. Itightme)tr'smajorit) 120.
For Clerk of P dice Court - V C Mor
rill, K , 3,sr,3, T J Creager, N" -P . 3,i'.so;
W. IL Ie, P., 5l. Morrill's (duraht)
For Water Works Trustee- Conrad Na
gel, IL. S.J5, Ad 1111 Schniidt. V -P . 3,tH7;
A W. Otstot, P , 500. Nagel's p'uralit)
Street Commissioner E. A Williams,
IL. 4.37!:A M. Mclnt)re. V -P. and P..
3.71b Williams's majortt) Ml.
Williams, republican, for street coinmis
missioner, receivisl more totes than any
other candidate in the city, running tar
ahead of his own ticket, bummers, repub
lican, for cit) solicitor, recelteil the next
highest tote, leading Ma)or-tlect Kelly b)
'I he lowe-d plurallt) was that received b)
Morrill fer clerk of the jiolice couit. It 1m
ing 1S3. Pollie Judge Young's plurality
was next lowest. It being lstl.
Mr. Keil) 's largest tote In an) on pre
cinct was glten him by the Fourth ward,
where he iHilletl G40 His lowest vote in
any single precinct was given him by pre
cinct II of the Eighth w ard, w here he re
ceived onl) 61.
Mr. Ilagan's large-t tote was receiied In
the First ward, that precinct giving him
472. Precinct II of the Third ward, gate
him his smallest tote. 101.
There are no changes in tlie t ote for w anl
oflicers, the pluralities and majorities lieing
correctly citen in jesterdaj's Kfi-lblic.
Hill) ttll.on.llie rolorril sit(rCrr of Mln-neapoU-,
Anxious to Klglit Tom ICobinson
Tli- Ilohtiison-Kilee Ficlit.
A prominent -porting man of this city
received a letter testerda) from the backers
of Bill) Wilson, the nob d negro knocker
of Mlnneaolis, asking almut the prospects
of arranging a nitch between Wilson and
our own African slugger. Tom Koblnson.
Wilson is very anxious to meet Uobinson,
and wants to light him for S.OOaslde. If
llobinon's backers will pav the Minneapo
lis man's expenses. WINon has a great rep
utation, and there is a prevalent opinion
that he would makea chopp'ng block outof
Hobin-on in a considerable less than a few
minute-, llobitison's backers, on the other
hand, are onlt willing to arrange a stand
uiefor a-certain niimber-of-rounds- match.
In this connection it can be kindl) stated
tint if ICobinson eter expects to amount to
a 1) thing in the ring he must quit permit
ting his backers to make a Jcy of him by
loud pretensions, and do something. 1 he
tviiterdoes not know who is backing Bob-
Insoiu and has nothing agaln-t them person-
all), but the) are certainly doing little or
nothing to advance their man's Interests,
IPl.lktlW,1, .ll,r-llt ... ..,,... ,.!. nr .l.A I.M....I
"'"", "-"- " some .... ... r.-.- t.".
inauilsta)iu A better wa) tvou'd be to
put himself in tlie hands of a llvel) man, or
set of men.
1 noma.- Uannml, the backer of Con Bi-
le), of Middletown, isexpectetl uptwlayto
complete, the preliminaries of that affair. I
Up to noin he hadn t put In an appearance.
K.iev Is to tight the "St. Joo Kid" at Vew-
pirt Saturda) night, and Mime of the'
trieiids of both parties from
tills city are
go ns down.
V Trip to a -mLolrb.
A plea-ant little part) of )oung people
went down to New Carl We on tl.e 5 o'clock
p. in. train )e-terda), and spent the even
ing with Miss Carrie Miranda at the hos
pitable home of her parents, Dr and Mrs.
Isaac Miranda. The excur-lonlsts took
supper at the Carll-Ie house, and then
-lient the remainder of tlie all-too-brlef
evening as Ml-- Miranda's gue-ts. The
time wa-cut short, however, b) the brutal
co uliict of the 10 o'clock train In arriving
preci-elv on tune, and making departure a
premature matter of hurr) and hu-tle. The
gue-ts were Dr. Kolaud, Ilarr Tierce. F.
L I.akm, Joo I,. King, (.rant Welchans,
Ed Maxwell; Mi-es Fannie Stemtt, Alice
Woiie-. I.uzieCartw right. Carriellairlson.
MainIeCa)wiKvd. and Delia Fleming. Dr.
Miles and wife, vv ho-e marriage oecur'etl
last week, were al-o pre-ent.
Thi Knpit IM ( onventloli.
The Third district of the I'M Kappa Fi
fraternit), comprising thechaptersof Ohio,
Indiana, Kentucky and Tenne-see, are
holding the lir-t contention this afternoon,
under the new constitution at Delaware.
A reception will be given at Monnett hall
tomorrow etening, followed by a banqmt
at Hotel Don it in. The delegites from
Ohio Beta chapter of Wittenberg college,
are W. II. Man, Chas. II. and Clem
Ehrenfeld, Robert Hilltr, Will Gotvtald
and Fred Ludlow. These went to Dela
ware this morning.
I.a-t night, as freight train No. 51 was
going west. Conductor Kelle) noticed, a
tlie) pissed over Mad Uiver bridge, four
miles west of the cit). that the trestle work
was on tire As soon as We-ttlllewas
reached, word was sent to Chief Williams,
with a request to send the steamer out.
The ste uner vt is re id) to be taken, when
it was turned that the fire was out. The
tre-tle work was bull) charretl and trains
were dela)ed some little time Urbana
Sssnultrtl His Wife.
A sti'e warrant was i-sued yesterday
afternoon in "Squire Stout's court for the
arrest of Anthon) Vincent, a well known
resident of York street, who has been rather
conspicuous In police cnrcles of late for
frequent 1 beating Ins wife. Theatlidatlt
is for assault and batter), and his wife,
Bebecca Vincent, is the compl ilnaut. The
warrant was entrusted to Constable Van
derburg, who is looking for his man.
At )esterda's se-sion of the major's
court, Terrence F.irle) was fined SI and
eo-ts for fa-t driving; Jim Quill and John
nt Ko-s, S and co-ts each for being drunk
and disorder! ; and John Bra), drunken
ness, 31 and costs. Tom Bums and Tom
Curie), charged with stealing a kegof beer,
were dismissed, lt Hughes, arrested on
the same charge, not being tried.
The "Ys" hit ite all their friends to at
tend the Easter social to be git en by them
at Temperance hall on Friday evening, the
8th. from T.JO to 10 10. Admission, 15c;
supper free. Theru will be faster sou
venirs for alL
AN "OHANCE SOCIAL.'
Unique nml rien.iint 1 ntertR'nmeat
1 hm Evening Niirlt of the Itlen.
The "orange social" glten last ITue-da)!
evening by the Young Ladies' Mi-slonarv
-ociet) of the High street M. K. ehurch. at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs J W Gunn,
corner of Clifton and Limestone street',
wasrobabI) the most successful allalrof
that nature, in a social war, that has been
given this sea-on. There was novelt) in
tlie Idea, consistency in the way It was
maintained and a thorough excellence about
the affair all through. The Intel) residence
of Mr anil Mrs. Gunn was thronged with
members of the church and their friends,
full) one hundred ami rift) guests belli.:
present during the etenlng
Tho title of "orange social" while it
coi.tains the ke)nnte. give- no definite idea
of the nature of the affair It emanated
from a little vinrge-tlon made lit Mrs. C t
June-, who acquired the idea from a recen'
ti-ittoNew York City, where it is quit,
a prevailing traze. 'Orange" was nude
the dominant color In eter) thing, alio
the Idea was prttil) carried out in all tin
features of the evening In the comer of
the east parlor a brilliant little booth had
been erected, its canopied top looking pre
ciel) like a ipiarter section of a Japene-e
pagoda. It wascompo-eil of orange and
111 ick silk, in alternate stripes. The deco
rations of the booth, conslstingof the ware
it hid to sell, were of tlie same prevailing
color little )el!ow lamp mats, orange-col
oreil satin pouches, tuckered at the top and
tied vv Ith ribbon, to hold a ball of twine,
but much too prett) for ant such crude pur
pose; beautifull) hand-painted goose eggs
for Faster, tlie work of Miss KautTman. ol
tlie Springfield seminar): tempting home
made boil hons, of all shapes, sizes ami con
dition- of digestibility; andthetoungladits
of the church acting as "sale-men" with
a sharpened sens of commercial
performance. A reception committee
made It immediately agreeable for
all, as soon as they arrived, and there was
a sociability aliout the whole vvho-e tone
was unmistakable. The regnant colors of
black and yellow gave it all an oriental air
that was ter) desirable and the effect was
further heighteneiT b) the gas light all pars
ing through orange-colored -hades.
The admission fee. paid to a charming
little lad) cashier at the door, entitled the
guest al-o to refreshments, consisting of
daint) orange Charlotte, cake and coffee
these) were served very prett il), and the
napkins were of flaming orange color once
more, which the guest was conhdentlally
expected to cling to and carry away as a
soutenlr. The young ladies realized a tery
handsome figure frum their orange social.
and, what was still better, they gate value
BILL MONTROSE HEARD FROM.
In latirnnee Xlle ml Cincinnati, on tht
i.liar-(it of Atlulterj Preferred bj 111
Bill Montrose, the ex-Center street sa-
loonlst, having fouud matters too warm In
this neck of woods, hied himself aw ay a few
weeks ago In company of one of his many
loves and left his wife and three children to
shift for themselves. But the wife was nt
one of those women to sit supinely !oui
and let things drift whither they would, but
oiganlzed herself Into a deteetice force and
followed after, taking the Junior Montro-es
along. Tuesday morning's Commercial
Oiizittt contains the following bit of infor
mation, which may tie designated as chapter
Yesterday Mrs. Moatrose, wife of Win.
Montrose, residing in Springfield, Ohio,
calletl at police headquarters and swore out
a warrant for iier husband, charging him
with adulter). Another warrant was sworn
out for Mar Bunyan. against whom the
same charge w as preferred. According to
Mrs Montro-e's statement her husband left
her and their three children in Sorlngtield
and came to Cincinnati with the Hun van
woman, with whom he has been living at
59 ea-t Third street Mrs. Montrose fol
lowed, bringing the three children with her.
While here she has been Hung at the south-
east corner of Third and S)camore. Mon -
trose, who Is a furniture polisher, went to
work yesterday morning at Tboms's
furniture store on Fourth street, where he
.. r .......! I... -A..V. .sm..... ttUl..l .. .l
"iMuuim u. vmu L..ueei .iniiu-xet nu
taken to Central station. The same official
found the Kunvan woman at 59 east Third
and locked her up at Hammond street
BAD CITIZENS C- ME TO CRIEF. I
Jftme Quilt JugKrtl mid Tub Sullivan
t l,oea ltnek to th 1'eu, llli 1'arole liar-
I11K Heeu X lolate.1.
James Quill. Tub Sullivan and a comrade
were on a hilarious old drunk Monda) eten
ing and raised Cain generally. They went
to the small shoe store kept by Mr. Henry
Kiflf-on on Washington strett, just east of '
l.iuir-niio siirei, nuu iiiauti uieiu-riosi . . ., . t
particularly disagreeable. Officers Bo)d j 2 C 3 yarO J MB D68t WeaP
and Mast appeared on the scene and arrested, jflQ QOOdS fOT the money CVer
euiii ana nuuitan. Mast nau yuiii in row
and had his hands full, a bystander told '
the oflicer that Quill had a dangerous knife
on his person, t.oiog back to the shoe shop
itvtas found that a knife was missing,
but it was uot found or used. On the
wa) to the station house Quill became
so obstreporous that tt was nece-sary
for theofbier to use his club, and la) the
otfender out John, better know n as "Tub,''
bullitan was wanted an)nay, so his arrest
came in good play. He w a- arrested some
thing otera)ear ago for picking Boy
Worthington's pocket and found guilt) and
sentenced to two )ears in the "pen." After
serving something pvera)ear's time, hei
was oaroled on account of sickness, and on
condition nf good behavior. "Tub," upon
recovering his health, failed to lite the life
of a model citizen, and hence had the et es
of the law upon him. Deputy Warden
Cl.eililllloii as leiriApoeu 1111, aim at-
rived ju-t before dinner Tuesda) and. after,
!RS,i"?...IrT"S!? 1e..? r,.r"u '
months to serve.
nturiis from Pleasant and Moorefleltl
TuMrnhlpa I-our Ties In tlie turuier.
The tight In Pleasant township was a hot
one on Monda), not less than four ties be
ing recorded, something remarkable in the
history of rural politics. Three of the ties
are for supervisor-, and the fourth on town
ship tru-tee. For the latter. Date Suther
land receited a few mugwump totes. There
were three other candidates all republican:
T. W. Kunyan. J. M. Kunyan and T. M.
Silt ers. The two Messrs. Bun) an'receit etl
US totes each, and it was nece-sary to -et-tle
the matter by lot. J. M Bun) an was
the lucky man J. W. Paige was elected
assessor, Benjamin Hendricks as clerk,
John II. Berger treasurer, and Joseph Kun
yan and S) It ester Cartmell, constables.
The result In Mooreheld township w as as
S. S Twitchell, R.. trustee.
J. S Simpson. K., clerk.
James Clark, R, treasurer.
John B. NIcklin, D asse-sor.
William Baldwin, R., justice of the
Joel Little. P.. Justice of the peace.
Ab. MaxwelL K . constable.
Charles Smith, R , constable.
In Pike township the entire democratic
ticket was elected, as follows: Trustee,
Joseph Uller); clerk. Win. -Myers; treas
urer. Win. Momlngstar: asses-or. Wm.
Jenkins; constables, J. A. Mumfonl and
A. J. Mornings tar.
A.krU to Claim Property.
At the meeting of the trustees of the
passed directing the superintendent to di
rect an officer to notify Miss Agnes Bucke,
the reputed mother of th foundling taken
to the home last week, to call and take the
Great ribbon gale at Ehienhart's millinery
ttore, TomcUt and WwImscUj.
'1H& 20 LiiiieMtonc,
AXD SILK mBRELLAS.
The new "Tuxedo" and "St. George" Par
asol Windsor Silk L'mbrellas, gold, silver,
Ktioii), Celluloid and nature's wood han
dles, reliable goods and moderate prices;
Mourning Para-ols ; Children's Parasols.
New Neckwear and Ituchings in the
New Knl Gloves; CentlmerlKId Gloaes:
(.loves fitted to the hand.
Iltack and colored Surahs, evening shades;
exquisite colorings In Surahs and Silk
New I Ires-Goods; look at our line of
New Check Suitings; Heliotrope, Cadet
and other new shade suitings
New Goods opening every dav now
10 MACK'S OPERA IIOU-E,
Well anl Favorably Kno.'n .a
Is reaily and willing to show
to his many friends and pa
trons the handsomest, most
elegant fitting and'eheapeet
garments for this season erer
.exhibited in this community.
FOR 25 CENTS, AT
Now that the March lion
has gone we can talk to you
a little more freely about
spring and Spring Dry Goods.
we have been adding lately
t0 OUT already Well-filled
riroQe Cnnrle rlonartmant sou
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tice. We show now a full line
of novel light colored checks
and fancy Beige Suitings, in
styles copied after the highest
class goods, which will make
you good every day dresses,
costing the small amount of
ten cents a yard. Also a
complete line of the new
shades in Pacific Serges, at
made in America. Then at
15c a yard we have just put
on sale a beautiful assort
ment of new Striped Worsted
Goods, double width, in tan
color, brown and fancy colors,
which, without doubt, are the
bargains of the season in
medium nriced (Kinds. At2.'ir:
WO 8lill Sell the all'WOOl
; etinlfon ,....1
I TICOl bUUKt'11 itUOUl IWS
weeks ago; we have been re
markably successful in hand
ling Tricots this year, and
, , . . X 1 M
have laid in a largB StOCK Of
this 25c grade, confidently
I expecting to find ready pur
chasers for them all season.
Also at 25c we carry a
great variety of all the lead
ing manufacturers' goods, but
a line of fine worsted checks
and stripes made in Kent; 0.,
surpass anything in the mar
ket for the price. Ohio is in
the front, as usual. In finer
dress goods our stock has
been replenished so that we
can still offer you one of the
best selections in the city,
and at the lowest prices. A
new departure for us is to
keep Infants' Cloaks, but
.when we go into a thing of
this kind it mean?, business ;
when the first nice day comes
along, bring the baby down
and see if it doesn't We have
on sale long cloaks in all the
I baby shades, in cashmere and
siik, up 10 9t.3u eacn.
In Short Cloaks. "Mother Hubbard."
"Princess, " "Gretchen" and other styles
from Si upward. Xew lot of Soring Jackets
lor ladles and misses. 52.75. 53.50, 54 and
' S.1 enih nisi innlhur lln tf fin treft
Yours Tery truly.
VTK. efr-rr- tLctUuX. '3,14.