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VOL. XXXIII NO. 82.
lrtumnsTna irll Ohio
lli'Stb narcnt-r, tilr weather
April 7, 1SS7. )
Keep your eyes on our ad
vertisements and notice the
inducements that we are going
to throw out from now on ; we
are going to give our stock a
general turning over and give
our patrons such prices and
assortment of goods that will
make our small competition
fall back in amazement; men's
suits in all sizes at $3 per suit
that will wear like buckskin ;
why go to these small places
where you have to pay from
$10 to $12 for a wool suit,
when you can get an all-WOOl
suit at the big When for $6.
from 34 to 3(
"6 breast measure
will find here today a line of
suits for $12 in cash, which
cost from $5 to $6 more among
the little shops that do no
manufacturing ; call for lot
4991 ; our vast and ever
growing trade corroborates
these representations, and we
show our own confidence in
them DV according to every
. . - i
patron the privilege of return- j
, , r i
ing any garment uuugut ui us
(if It S not SOlIed) for ex-
chancre Or refundment Of the
purchase money, if the price
does not prove to be from 10
to 25 per cent, below any
competition, or if, for any
other reason whatever, the
buyer is dissatisfied with the
From our factory at Utica, N.
Y., today, a line of 4-button
cutaway suits in corkscrew
and blue diagonal goods at
$15; don't fail to see them at
25 and 27 West Main Street.
H s HI
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H. C. LION.
IHEO. HU1IU I
Fnnn uunniiPTu couweiA-w. Butt. o
1 1 ! I 1 1 I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ! turasJlron "Florida, -hot a big -even foot
UUU I IIUUUUIU alligator while there. The biurian innn-
AXl) FAXILT SUPPLIES.
The HM Canned and Battled Goods.
Miictlj Pare an Flrst-CU-g
Ootids, at Liweat Prices.
The Lata C. T. Ward Grocery,
67 WEST MAIN' ST.,
Corner of Confer, Springfield, 0.
TKI.EI'HONK HO. St.
FOR THE HOMELESS.
Sf Improved KENTUCKY FRMS from Ki
to "10 acres, at prices from 13 to SJ5 per
acre, f or particulars acmi-ii
Mr. Dana Evidently Thiuks the President
Will Not Do as a Candidate
The WorM In Truulila- (I I tin l'rnlillil-
llmiUt. uml I nlinr Mnvcnifiil T
lift iiilillrr s.Rl, l UliiHle
I.Ihii.I I li. t Ion
Ilf the lcclateil l'rrs,
'm iiiih, Vjirll 7 The sin -iMk
inK of Hit irt.lileiie in ISs., -un "The
net caiiallilite mii-t nrTa r to the ilenmrrao)
iiMiietlilnc inure tci tiKht for thin merely Ins
own person ami his own k ronal i-aiutfurt,
or the ilemoraliiation tl.it we hilt wit
nessed aliinns the lat tiieive months will
lie worse' twelve month-. In nee than ever
If the ilemivratlc spirit is tai lie .iwakeneil
and the part) -ollilituil an. I streiigtlient-al
once more, to a nilnt of national Mij.rem
aov. its cnulitlite m l"-s must le -i pul
itici.m, a statesiniti. a born leuler ami.
above all, a (leniinnit. Otherwise New
York, ami with It the presiiienev . will ro
thrway of Chiraco anal Cincinnati "
The IfairM, itiittiriaKv, -n-. "It is im
posltile now to foresee w hat t fleet thi-e
tnoreniirWile ptmir piaihiliitluii ami
labor, mil luve on the oM jHilitiral nrcin
lzatlon In future elections It is avrfiin
that the prow mt prohibition element cin
neier strain lie chaintil to the chariot
u heel-of the republican machine, but it is
both imible ami prolub e that the lUmo
cratic Iiarl maj -eethelalioreUnient. with
whi-hreal ili-mocracj h alwaj-lnen in
sjiupithv. rtiiinlin; a separate tiiket for the
presiiienev next ear. Itemt iuIh run; the
ils.000 votes cast In tlii- cit alone for lit nn
Ceorce. last NoMinler. can the democrat-,
lioi-e for success in l-s-t wilhtut a m ijontj
of the labor ote'."'
THE SHERMAN BOOM.
ppran tn lie in a try Hrnltli)
'w ir.K .pra . ii a-iiiau'lon
spt-rial to the 'out -aj A friend of Murat
llal-tead in thiscitj is anthoritv for the
statuuent that Mr Hal-tead had latth re
.cened from Wlutelaw Krld a letter assert
ink; llll me nine nan euiuc ai last nit .ill
Hlaine to let go his grip uihiii the lepubli-
can partj. as f ir as the presidencj 1- con
cerned, and for all bauds to turn in and
nominate John bhernian The letter add
that all that is nece arj to cau-e the
TnMim to swing Into line 1- the po-ltive
assurance that Mr i-lieriii.in is going into with si person- killed and 10o wounded
the corn tntion with a -olid delegation from i Archbishop I.vnclu of Toronto, in a pas
Ohio, toral litter, protests again-! extravagance
This letter was of cotir-e not intended for i i nuvver- and iiiajniticent coilins at fuuer-
puimcation. Din as me vaiiiiigiou irienu al
of Mr. llal-tt'su is also a -trong friend of
Senator Sherman, lie ha- circulated the
ln fill new - among a few chosen friends as
I evidence that the Sherman boom I- not at
jail on the wane.
1 nntlfth K1io.li I-lnnit.
I o 1D ncl, It. I April 7 The vote
Ifnr lieutenant governor in Ithode Island
esten'aj w as Honej. I), 17,2s5: Darling,
11m lX0l. Kimbtr. i i,b:..
John W. Davis. I) . is elected governor
bj 073 majontv. There Is no eKtlon for
lieutenant-govenioror -ecretar) of -tale.
Ziba O. Slocuui. D . Is elected attoniej-
general by 2.518 majority, and J. (J Perrj.
D . general treasuivr. bv 2.G09 majority.
The uiajorltj against tne vroiuan -unripe
amendiueut l- 15.1'J.t. In tliis city the en
tire democratic a einblj ticket is elected.
The senate -tand-: Kepublicaii-, 11; aVmo
crats. Z: and there was no election in five
case-. The house will compri-e 27 repub
lican- and 3" democrat-, with twelve
dl-tricts i 1 1 to hear from.
Milium HerTrnilticer rnlnlly.
St. Pah, Minn., April 7. John Mur
ph. a iouiig mall in the eniplov of C. G.
Ilegener, who keeps a barber -Imp on
Fourtli avenue. South Minneaptdls. wasierai The pluralit) of the governor (Davis)
fatallv -hot by Mrs Marj Ilegener, his em-' i- about OOO.
plojer-wiie. on inirii sireei. near tne
o'clock last evening. The
trated the brain from the ear.
enerKaii attractive joung
claims Murph) aecu-eil I tr
Mrs. Ha-g '
woiimn anal ,
intunacj with himself and other men. and
that she had to kill him to prove herself
f linngeil Tli.tr 3Iiu U.
S .s. Antomo. Tex , Aptil 7. The San
Antonio and Helknap rules haieclnngtsi
their minds regarding tin ir withdrawal
from the national di ill at Washington next
uiontii. m conscqiitnce of receivinga tale
gram from Albert Ordwa). thief of Ihe
inilitarj i-aiuunittee, -aving tint two negro
companies are tntercal in the v irginu
brigade and if thev come thej woul 1 Ie at urort, hid., sii.sl several miiiconcernid wedding, antiounlng the September inar
camneiland drilleil sen iratel and wou'd in Ihe ljiiclung for S10 OilO damages. The I inge at the same tune, fhej left on tbe
not lie ra-cngnizetl
in tlie appointment of
l'riililliltiioi 11, .tils
J tiCK-ov. Miss , April 7. The prohibi
tionists carried the election in Kankin
ai ntv jestirday. This shut-out the whisk)
men of Jackson, who intetidasl, if Kinkin
went against imbibition to e-tabl!h thtin--elva-s
In that count), in the viciult) of
ITIIHn Connecttsl viiih the I'lmlln) n
TllPIV". 0, April 7 Connection was
made )e-terda at the Thorutree. well near
Findla). and now Tiflin is counts ted with
fie Fiudla) ga held bj a pipe line Servi -e
pi pa-, are going fa-t. and bv next wetk
Tuliii will be burning ga.
To Ileri ml the Cup.
Huston, April 7. General Charles J.
Paj ne, owner of thejacht JIaj rlower, ba
decnled tai build a -tael ceuter-lioard j aclit
about the -ize of the Majtluwar to defetjd
the American cup.
Inler-stnte Jlrlll losli ail.
iloNTGOMEin. Ala.. April 7 It wa
resolvetl last night to postpone the int r--tate
drill here until Mav. lsS. in orda-r
not to cuuflict with tlie Wa-hlugtain drill.
Iiniloti saloons Mimt shut I p.
LoMmv, O.. April 7 At n calhil
meeting aif a-:mncll la-t night the ordinain e
closing saloons was pissed bj a vote of live
I la I ll-e !efe Itfil.
Tiikntiin. . J.. April 7. In thea--sembl),
la-t night, tbe license bill was de
fiatesi. I ster, packwl In -aw dust, was shown to a
i few tneiid- la-t night at House A. Parsons's,
ami was tins morning shipped toaCiucin-
natl taxidermist. Mr. Butt isjustlj proud
over the "bird" which he brings home as a
In probate court toalay II Kriegbaiim was
apiKimted t-ia n-tratorof the estate of
Jacob Vt-' lee-'.tsl. and Abraham It)
man of Uu e-ti - Catherine ICjman, de-
cea-ed JV.vr nfi are small, and there
are no pub; i ., ftts.
Don't forget the meetings at the Trinity
B uiti-t chaiK-1, 011 tlie comer of west Pleas
ant street and the old Daj ton road. Preacl
lug ever) evening tins week at 7.10. except
Saturdaj. All are cordlallj invited. J. II.
Wi-eman is in Fiudlay. Ohio,
n Inttinn Acrnt Kill I I .inner unit
riles r neelloiit
WtsiiiM.inv. April 7 Indian I'oiuinis
sioncr Atklm his renlied the follow int.
letter from Indian Agent K 0 (-bnrn, at
th l'oiica I'twitea and Otoe, ajencj, Indian
ti rritorj. under date of April 1, 1-.-7
"Willi a profound -tn-e of rasrrat I have to
reiort that in di-clnrelne jt-tenlav K. M
Miiith.afaruier.it the Oih nKa-iici. for
ki neral bad conduit upon the acencj, but
chlailli becau-onf his tuii;ot rn.ihlc temper,
which ins contlnuill) beme turtiwl lim-i
iiiniii IkiiIi enploies and Indian-, 1 had to
kill him in -i If deft u-e. He had rejuat
till tlirtalentil to kill tbech rk in chiri-t,
Mr inin.". who n ported his eoniliict and
a-kiil tint he Iiedi-i-lnrceil I went to
Otoe to evplaln to him in rea-on- for di
i harcine linn, to hear his deft n-e. if lie had
anj.topil linn hi- alr lor the Ii-t
ipnrter and di-ini him, while lerj iimetl
mil ciluil) ierforiiiini the duti he made ii
Kiint attack niMin the ctirk m cliarce.
-hom be w cumin! in the arm and doubt
It thought he h id killed, and thin lie
turned ukmi Mr. Ju-tue. the aiene) black
-niitb. and in) -t If with a cucknl and
lew led rei idler and with the m inner of a
maniac, wliin I -hot him deul I am
thoroughh com meed that I saved time
lues in takine hi-, and when it is con
- d red that one of tho-e throe was in own
and the onl one I hale I tru-t I in.i) be
Mr O-honi 1- from Callatm. Tt nn . and
ha- been in chant of the aet'lici since An
Ket. IVi'i. hiulth wa-oneof bis own ap
pointees. THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Wapakomta, 0 , i- to be pled for natu
Mr Win Owen Lanjoi.. K. ('. 1J . dietl in
Sixtj houses at Buvhel. Switzerland.
w re burned.
Earthipiake shocks were felt at Conto
cook. X II , Wednesiliy.
The tenants of Lord l.ansdownr. coiem
or ceneral of Canada, are to be evicted
The coiuins California wheat crop prom-
i - e - atiout two thirds of last aear's crop
A bill to provide for an elevated railroad
in Philadelphia was killed in the legisia
The striking carjenters in Chicago re
jivteil an otfer of compromise from the con
tractors The Pi nnsv Iv aula state senate has passed
a lull providing that capital punishment
shall be bj eleetriclt instead of lianmc.
The current number of the fnffnoid
(Jur-rtc -inns up Keluuar) accidents at 121.
Alexander has again been olfered, and
has refused, the throno of liulgaria The
Itulgars now talk of Ferdinand of Coburg
Uv the official count In St, Iuils. Max
Stoehr. the socialist, reported elected to the
Iioiim of delegates, i beaten and a republi
Ihlrtj-tvvn citie- of Wisconsin elected
majors, as follows: Tlilrtet n republicans,
elevtn democrats, three labor, fourcilirens
and one Independent.
Milwaukee cave a niajorlt) fortlie labor
camlidate,s, but the towns polled a fusion
vote that overtopped the labor vote In the
citj and sleeted the fusion judicial candi
dates. William Henr), alias Cunningham, a
convicted burglar in Xevv York, has been
lileniineii as nun Jennings, an Ohio man.
and one of the cleverest crooks in the
(Jeneral Charles J. Paine, of Hoston,
owner of the Mavtloncr, ha- decided to
Iniilil a steel center-board yacht, about the
size of the Maj flower, to defend the Ameri
Rhode Island democrats elected the gov
ernor and there-tof the -tate ticket, witli
the tiroblhle eveelilion of the nttonie iren-
1lie 1(Iou f Volnev P. Chanibcrlin.
cfnv n.0oo iu-uniiicu
life frau.i vaiiou- secret
ne a, a iemler.
on her luisb md's
societies of which
lheOiiio Wool Crow er-' association, m
-e ion at Columbus, aipoiuta-tl a caiuimit
tt' to pra pare -ueh .a tariff schedule as the
vvikiI grow er. ale-ire. which is to be j-ul-li-heil
throughout the -tale.
CeorgeSkidinore. a nottsl Knghsh crim
inal, wanttal in London, arrestisl in Cln
cau). -tarta d in. tliarge of aktei live-, via
the Crand Trunk Kulwav. for New York.
where be luti agreed tai gai to light extruli -
tiiin. At barnia. Canada, be w i- handed
aiier to the Dominion authorities
The administrator of thee-tateof Win
F Watkm-. hangtti for murder bj a 1110 1
alefen-e alltge- ju-tlncation and -a) s that
iv atkin--whole natural lilewa- forfeited
and due to the -tate of Indiana, and no
other iier-on Hilda r heaven than the state
h id mv legal est ite, interest, right eir title
111 or to tbe same, and the same was of no
petuniar) value in law to his wife or chil-die-u."
Kent i:itte Trnu-ri rs.
Emil) C. b'.evens to Caroline C. Steven8,
lot am Libert) stn-et: 'J 000.
W. X. Hrown to Warra-n A. Kitchen, V
.IVlOd acre- laud in Greene and JIadi-on
Nicholas Kalt to W. G. llarnian, lot on
Cellar Mraet. Si'iO
Fanti) E Harratt et al to W. I! Bald
win, quit-claim to -) acres of land in Mad-1-011
It. F Delo to A. and II
lot am Noun -treet a:.'ioo
George W. limn to in. E. Jonts. lot m
lir.un"- si-coin! .nldition "i00.
Joseph Fox to A. M. Potter and wife,
pnqurtj on -aiuth Maikit -treet tr iiiio
am s laud 111 Pike town-hip: SiiOO. 1
Claries Ilriggs to Amo- Hnggs, quit j
claim to land 111 Madison township si.
Fannv Uirratt to William K lttlalwin.
acre - aif land in Madison towu-lup. 51,-7-..
liange C. Stevens to G M. and Sallie E.
Miller, lot on Plum s-ret t. i ,00.
Ihoiuas Iliggins to Michael Canney. lot
111 W. Drain's addition S1.C00
daji diubeto Charla-. A and IsilHla'
Nmlth, lot in (Irube's sul-livision: b1J".
himuel Uireetnl to hiiiina N ive, lot 111
Kobt K Frej to Liiima Ward, lot on
north Markit -treet. S1.000.
(etirge bjieuce to NTanc-j Cox, lot in
Enain: S !.lo.
Ira Kiist to Alice Thompson, 2 12-100
acre- land in P1V11 township iUO
(forge drea-ar tai Maws Sutton. 10 !
100 acres land 111 Pike township. Sl.001.oO
This ArieriiooiiN I Ire.
A stnnke-house in the rear of .Tii west
Main street, lielongiug to Henr) Croft and
used bj Moses Strauss, a butcher, caught
tire this afternoou at 1..10, while
a large qjantitj of weiner-vvurst
l Is t tail It V SIIIIlL 1MI Tll rttllf 1 Aw
I ulllr(.j. Consumisl .but the laiss will not ex-
- ., mi -io. An alarm was tumtsl in from
box .".!. and tbe Centrals and Western- got
..., .. .al. tl.i iv n.it.iiiiiiri .-iim, ttr.,.1..
""' "a"' ""-" l"I""""J ivuiniiuuc
Charie) Ilislden, known among the police
as ' Kealden. tlie thief.'" was tilled SI and
a-o-ts thi- afternoon, for loitering. He is
thought to have playeal the tl.m-tlaui racket
on a fannera few nights ago.
Vincent Uigio, tlie harpist, will play at a
reception to be given b Hovilla Mumper in
Urbana tomorrow afternoon, from 3 30 to
A FLATTERINC OFFER.
lelertltel iiMuell I
t rt llrni 1 nml hiiiii
l- lii the r'rtint lint -I
III- VV.irk-l City
Mr (ieorge Caldwell, who some time ago
ojientsl a detective agencj In this clt, ha
rts, eivtsl an olTtrmn-t tl ittering to one mi
voiing ill thedetcttive business as ho is
e-ttrdaj he rettlvtsl from Mr Hubert
llnue, manager of Hruce'-ditective agen
cj. No 71) l.aalle -trett. Chicago, a com
nils-Ion dulv made out. signed and sealed,
.i the coiitideiitial agent and ojientor for
the lirure agencj in this citj and vicinity.
The coinmi ion was accompanied "uj a
letter trom Manager ltrucea-ikiug Mr. Cald
wtll to act ept the coitimi ion, anil guaran
let iug to him the support of the ageuci ill
all Ids work
hvcepiing the Pinkertou agencj, the
Hrure agencj is the luo-t thoroiuhtij or
initsl and compli te of its kind in this
ountrj. Itefore organizing a detective
force of his own Unit it Hruce passed
through all the grades of apprentice-hip to
the detective bu-liies- At the age of 1J
veir- le entereil the service of Colonel
.lames I, KuHiii. the famou- detective of
CiiKinuatl. When the war broke out he
enli-ted a- a drummer and w i- ternblj
wounded at the bittle of Murfrte-lKiro.
and received an hounrible ili-ihirge. He
.igiin eugigtsl witli Colonel Kulliii, and
alter reinainiug a jear with him the -econii
time entereil the -trvice of the United
Nates A second time he was dangeroiislj
wounded and was agiin houorablj' dis
charged During Ins t ntire term of service
in the annj after his second enlistment he
wis eiuplojisl a a scout under (ieneral L
II Ko eau. and did some brilliant work
On his retirement from thearniv he entereil
the secret service dipirtiutiit of the
I'nileil Mites trex-urj and brought
to ju-tice -nine of the most noted counterfeiter-
the countrj has produced III ls73
he opened hi- detective agencj in Chicago,
and ha- been there ever since. The agencj
he man lges has conhili ntial agi nts and
operator- throughout the United btatc- and
During In- caretr a- a detective Mr.
Unite lias lieen In mam dangerous rltua
tions in the spring of lbs I niiile reading
a warrant to Anthonj Council),
a notorious thief, in Chicago,
lie was shot bj Council j.
who put six holes through liruee's bod) and
Hruce ft 11 to the tl mr. drew his revolver is
he lav. and killed Connellj in-tautl). lie
was tried on the chirgeof murder ant! the
jurj anpiitted him after three minute-' de
lib. ration In October, 1S-.5, he was as
saulted bv two notorious burglars Henri
Devineaud Kd Hill and in the '-crap''
Deviue was serioit-l) shut ami Hill only
eseaHil tjj Juuiiung from a second -torj
Mr Cildwell has not jet decided vvhethtr
he will ivcpt the coniinission or not, but
lie prnn ill!) wid.
Ilj the waj. would it not be wise for the
citj authorities to attach a dttective to the
Ft pilar police force"' Dij ton, Columbus
and othi r cities of about the -ize of t-irinir-
lielii hue detective- connecttsl with tlieir
police force-, and thev- are found to be tl e
mo-t u-eful men on the force. A dettrtlie
should bj all means be added to the Spring
held ihiIicc force.
IT WAS'NT EVER THUS.
A Secret aiitrrine Ili-clneil nntl u New
Ci reiimiij t'erfnrnieil. .
A few month.- ago the Sunday AVtcit, of
this cit), publi-hetl a column of sen-atioual
matter about Herbert Allison, one of
Xenia's blooded youth, a son of Mr. M. C.
Allison, one of the most prominent and
wealth) men of that city, and a joung lady
of Michigan, who was at that time a guest
i ,)f ti, Allison's. TheAVunV article allege.1
some startling irregularities in the conduct
(of joungAIIi-on and the Michigan ladj in
iview of winch the following from last
evening's Xciiia liiizcltc will be of peculrar
'1 he friends of Herbert Alli-on. of this
cit). and Mi-s Mae Ilane), will be pleaseil
to hear and not altoga ther surjirised to read
the lollowlng announcement :
Marneal. .Septemtier '!, 1 0. by Elder
Ihnrj Miller. Mr. Herbert Allison, of
Xa ma. O.. and Mi-s Mae P. Ilane), of
Ithaca, Midi, hi tut-connection we give
htliin two item- from tlie Detroit Fife
I'rfin and the Ithaca. Michigan Inily,
whim will intera-t the uiaiij fnenil- of the
two voung people concerned
From the Detroit Fnc f'ia, March 30 :
"A beautiful )oung ladv of Ithaca was
nirrieal in Ohio la-t September while ana)
on ivi-it l.i-tweek the )oung ptsiple,
wi-lnngto tell their friends, it was di
covtra-I that no lica-use. which in Ohio is
nise arv.hai Ix-en uroduced. -o thev were!
.named mer ag un in Michigan, and eva-rv-
thing i- all right now "
Fiaiui the Ithaca I) illy: Married, at
1 the home aif the bride's pirents. riiur-daj.
I Much Jt. Mr M. Herlurt Allison, of
' Xetiia, O , to Miss Mae P. Iluiej. The
' fainilj of the beautiful little bride forgave
the )oung sinners, gave them a heajtitiil
1 1 veiling train for Detroit, and later for
1 Chicago, wln-e thej are now
I fctarratt, the aunt of the groom
IV llliliui IVtt II lillr rmlie.1 lir rig-Irani
h( niililnii-X Sljers's This rier1101111.
The patrol wagon was iiininoneil thi
ll liur-il i)) afternoon at 1.10 to cainvev a
workman ti.iuiisl William Pett, emp!o)edat
Hobbin-i. M)ers's -hop, to his home am
we-t High -trts t. Mow Williams -trett.
Pett wa- serious!) injured bj the falling of
a beavv lot of pig-iron which lay on a scaf -
fold insm which IVtt was also standing
'I he combined weight caused the scaffolding
lo give wa), and its contents, including
Pett. wtre piecipitateal to the floor. A
nuiiiberoftlieht.lv) bars fell across IVtt.
Iliulh crushing both legs aud mashing one
ihaiid -iibullj that part of It will probablj
i iv e to be- amputate 1.
Did, on the 5th of Marih, aged one jear
and three month-, fjertroib the onlj child
of John aud Ma) McCarth).
licit e his gone irom this strange arl cf
No in. re tu gather its thorns with Itstiiwers,
No longer to linger where sunbeams must
Wei lid our little it irling down In thr grave
Our little one is resting from sorrow and sin.
II itqiy where earth's coufliati euternotln,
W hlle 1 loik on the curl of soft gulden brown,
she stands with her - 41 ior, weiring a crown.
From her aunt.
Xoit 1 I). Simj .
A Call for Teachers at the Iiiiltutrilil
There is an urgent demand for teachers
In the iiulu-tiul school which meets at tlie
court hou-teacli Saturda) at halt past two
o'elotk. This is a worth) work and all li
dies east of Market should intere-t them
selves in aiding tbe ladles alreadj engaged
in it. Mm) children are turned awa) for
want for want of instruction and a gooil
aipportunit) is lost for doing the most char
itable of all charities m the lifting up of
Neve Street Cnrs
Two new street cars, intended for tlie
Citizens'- Street Kailvva) Co , anal built b)
I Brownell, Wight A. Co , of St. Louis, ar-
rivesl this morning over tlie Pan Handle
and were unloaded with great ceremony.
Thej are ven liaiiilsninely hiiisheti. Six
more cars, int haling several open or picnic
cars, are 011 Ihe vvav. anal will arrive in a
alaj air two Tlie Plum street Hue will
soon be In operation.
Illeil ot llllilillirrla.
(Iracie, the four- ear-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Summers, diet! this
morning at half-past 2 o'clock of oliphthe
ria. The funeral occurred this afternoon
G .t 4 o'clock fiom the family residence, No,
'izo uaiiagnex ireoi.
PRAISE AND MELODY.
Some Easter Programmes to Be Rendered
in the Oity Churches Next
Ileitliofn Pioneer Life nr h ! niniitm llt-
tertlve Ci u.lieil hj 1'lg Irnti A
l.itel Miirtilng lliinitwnr
Xext Sundaj will lie Kistir Sundaj and
many of the choirs of the citj churches h.av e
p epareil special programmesof music fortlie
occasion, while in all the cnurches the song
erilce of the da) will partake, to a greater
or less degree, of the spirit of the festival
Following are as nnnj of these programmes
is were completed, hut the Ilr nui iream-e-tlj
urges the choristers of churches not
mentioned to send in their programmes in
time for publication tomorrow.
At Christ church theUi-ttr inti-ie will be
unusuall) beautiful and elaborate. The
following is the programme in full:
moumm, -ntwors. 11 o'cLocr..
nthem-"Ohrist. theLnnl. srl-tu" liuck. I
nlhem ' Clin-t. Our Pass iver ' Buok. .4
I In ' ititi-i.
Olorla Patrl , " l Jatkson
t " Jib ICnL
'ic iieurn . wiior lluck
Uulill lie (.
angels Knll the Kocks tway "
raster Hymn "
Kyrie r lei tun
V, ster Hymn
I he liavi i Kesiirrecllou
JJffertory 'ily I'.eileem rsml My Lnr.l".l!utk
I .Ki utile Williams
rnmmunl in llyniti
run di'.kn s k riN -ritvicr.
Procession it Hymn
, "Hrlchty iileamnOurllanner"
riiture Less m
t Creed and Prayers
i Kaster Mynm
o "Aegels Knll the ll.icks Any." and
resp inslve renting liy -unit ly -chunl
6"thrlst the leinl.ts l:isen."ana re
responsive UMiliiig by:-uniUj jcIiih.!
r" Kesurrectlmi Morning." and re
sponslie oeultne by suiid it -cliool
i"I.IIt lnuriilit nlcrs " ami re
sponsive reading b -unday school.
r"rise tnd llreef Vniir l..ir.l "
Building of the I.Utit House
Ulstrlbutlniii.f Ka-trr Prizes
Offertory aua Kaster Offerings
I The nuartette choir of the First Presbj
erian church has prepared an appropriite
irogranime of autheiiis for the daj. in
which the ever-Iovelj music of Du'dlej
Bulk predominates. The social music
will be sung at the morning strvice:
I. "Knd It Ilejan tnDiwn" Huck
tilth tt nor sulo by Mr (ieorge 1 rankeu
t "Christ the Lord. Is Klien" lliick
Ultlisipraaosololiy Mls Iltiskeli.
J. "Slug llleluia. Forth" Buck
Jlasj s )in by Mr Miner l llllams.
jTlietnii-ic will probably bo repeated in
.the evening. Miss Al ce Vo.se. the contnlto
'of the choir, who has b.Hn ah-ent from her
jmst for -onie months pi-t owing to a verj
sferious illness, has entirelj recovered htr
l'.eallh ai.il voice and re-umed her ptisitlou
in thechoir. inucli to the gratification of
her man) friends. Miss Cnrrie Showers ha
been taking Mi-s Vo-e's place during her
ab-ence, and gave the nio-t entire satisfac
tion. Tne following programme will be ren
dered at the becond Presbv teriaii church:
tutriera "Christ. Our l'ai-.ner" C.hllllng
- Ultmen rst i by Mr XewMuUunu.biss
solo by Mr. frank Prothero. contralto
solo by Miss -h tie Phelps and sopr.io
solo by Miss Jiuri bite
Anthem "?ee .Vow the ltar" Fauir
With biss solo by Mr. prothero jnil dut
by Misses Mhlteaml Pheln
IUMMI -h:ii K
Anthem' finl Hath ippjinteda Pn"
CONE TO HIS REST.
Xlrnth or .Sir. Janus I LerrVI, it Pioneer
rlllirn ajf Tlll CouiltJ -ketlli or Mil
Mr. James P. LelTt I, one of the olalest
pioneer citizens of this count), dietl at 9 50
o'clock thi- (Tlmr-dai) morning, at the old
fainllj homestead, in o miles south of the
cit) near the Clifton pike, at the adiancad
age of bS vears and 7s. dajs. Death was
the result of the iiitirenties of his aali jncetl
ageand a long active liferatherthati of any
-lecihc disease. The funeral will occur at
I o'clock next Saturdaj aftirnoou; serwie
at the house, iiittrinent at FirucllT De-cea-eil
was. at the time of his death, said
to lie the oldest in in in the count).
Junes P. I.ertel was Isirn March 20
' l"'r' an the bank- of the Potomac river, in
I IWkele) count j. Virginia.
Of John and
Margartt's elevtn chillrin J iina-s w t-the
onlj surviving one. When James was but
two vears old his father died, anal the care
aif the eleven children devolved upon the
mother. At the age of nttteii Jaine- hired
out at six dollars iier mui.Ui to work on a
farm, and at the age of eighteen came to
Ohio and to this caiuutv. bringing with him
I'1 mother and one brother, the re-t aif the
cldlilren having come -onie three or four
jears liefore. On hi- arrival here he hired
to his brothtr John to work la a null,
and at the end of tour )eirs went Into part
nership with his brother anal built tbe mill
now a uv neil b) Henrj Su)der. After run
ning this mill eight )tars his health failed
him -o much that he was obllgasl to quit
milling. He than -old his interest in the
mill to hi- brother John anal moved to
Metlwa). where he reuialneal twa jears,
when he rcmovasl to hi- late home.
He started for hlmelf with no fortune
except a good a haracter and willing hands
' "' maliitaliiei! the -aine without a blein-
isu. iieowueai i.ojy acre- an laim. oe--i(ie-
a con-Hlerable amount of citj proper!. He
was married in IvS to Elizabeth Mtlh
hliedeparttsl this life &t'ptember 13, ls74
Of their ten children -ix are now living:
viz.: Michael. Martin, Jo-epb, Keubeii,
Elizabeth and Scott.
SAM CAN'T COME.
I enticelUt .lone, l'jelt r- to t,o smilh mid
Tuke a Ki-t In tinning In sjirliilli lit.
Kei. Ilenrj Tucklej, who on b half of
the 1, lilies' Vtd -tieictv of bt Paul ihiirch,
ha- Ik-i n cainductlng negotiations with Ke.
Sain .lone- for In- appearance here, thi
moniiug, recalvtsl a letter whiih put-an
ctfis tual quietus on all Iiiqie, that the elo
quent md erratic (letirgian will lecture here
next s-aturdaj a'vtuiiig as wa-auiiouucetl
In brief, tlie Kevera nd Sim i- not coming
The series of meetings in Cincinnati which
lie ha- been conducting closed night before
last, aud Mr Jones goes to luslijuieat
Carta r-v Hie. fia . foi a little mtitb needed
re-t and recreation. Mr. Jone- savsthat
h- intends to take mother trip north soon
and then he will give Springheld a visit.
Miijnr.ele t Kt II) ThiiaiK
At tlie annual meeting of tbe Ferieliff
Ceuieter) a-sixntion, lit Id on the 5th ln-L,
the following resolution was linaniuiousl)
Ilesolvasl. Tint in behalf of the hit own
ers in Ferncliff cemeter). generallj. we
herebj acknow lealge our grt at indebtedness
to (Hilar b Keilv. for his generous and
beautiful work 111 the coiistrua lion of Kellj
lake, the most delightful feature of our un
surpassablj beautiful eemetirv.
Taken lit Itellefiintaitie.
Last night Tom Curtis and John ("Red")
(!1) nn were nrresteal and lodged In jail on
Information from tlie authorities of Belle
faintalne that indictments had been found
against them for violating the liquor laws.
This morning Sheriff Lojal arrived here
from Bellefoutaltie and took Curtis and
(Jljnn back with him on the next tram.
Moth Curtis and Gljnn are bad citizens and
it Is probable that the Logan count) au
thoritles will not deal irentle with them.
The office of Justice W. A. Stout is being
removed to Trappers' corner today.
HORACE CREELY WASSON.
Illncriliial -ken h i.f i Kr.pi-i le.1 Ilea
lilent or 1 lignnilM. lllio Ileil pril
Horace Creel) Was-on was bfim at Ox
ford itutltrtouiitv. Ohm. Jul) J7. lhi'i
and ilusl of t)phoid fever at his residence
In Iigonda, Ohio. April 2, ls-7. ageil ri7
vears, b mouths and r dais He was united
ill marriage October J". lsl'i. with Mis
Elizabt th A. Chapman and the relation of
husband and wife continued ovtr twent)
seven jears Their marriage union was
bh ssed w ith four children three daughters
and one son One d.uightt r died in child
hood, and Walti r, tin ir onl) -on. on De
cember 1.1. ls-U, Iniiig a joung man well
known to nearl) ever) one in the rtun
niuulty. Mr Wa--nn and fam
ilj were formt rl) rt -talents of
Miaiuiville, Clermaiiit count) Four
)ear-ago thej uiovtil to I.aLonda, and up
to hi- last -Ickne he waiikeal as a carpen
ter in the -hops of Warder, Itusluiell A
Clener He was not jsis-essisj of a rug
geii constitution lleforet.ikiug to his lied
but a week previous to his daatli. bespoke
to his wife about Idin-elf and his Hearing
-Ickne . rental king that it was not unex
pected, and -Jsike of In- prnhah'e aleath.
anil direct lur a- to what i!ipo-illon to
make of hi- tools and othar matters. She
of cour-e thought -tiaugelj of hi-uiiu-uil
remarks, and apie-tioneil him closet), and
he assured btr that he believed he would
die -ouii. that he had thought it ovir and
over again -eriou-l), and wa- -truing to be
in readine-s lor the summons, assuring lit r
that tltath had no fear- for bun He stated
to her hi- wi-h wfth regard to her future,
and adiiiont-hed his daughter- "to be gtxid
to their mothi r " On Uednasilaj evening
he went tti btsl, failing ver) silk. Xext
alaj he was in a stusr most of the time,
and until ids death, which occurred ain b.it
urdaj follow itu at 1 3U p m. His ileath
wasver) uiiexpecteal: ill mj of Ids friends
and acitialntances not even knowing of his
shkness. Mr. Wa-son was a quiet and
peaceable citizen, re-ervad in Ins manner
and life. He was a great reaaler, and of
late jears reail and studied much in the
The funeral services were raimluctei! in
the church, am Tuesila). b) Itev. C. J.
Ilurkert, from the teit found in P-alui
SU:4. "Loral, make me to know mine end,
and the luea-ureof in) day-, what it Is.
that I may know how frail I am." The re
mains were laid in FernchrT, and the famil
iar form of II. (. Wav-on was reinoveal
from sight f ureter.
A COWARDLY ASSAULT.
Mr. W. I' Itilssetl s,.riMi,lj Iujiireil b n
('oloreil Tnui;li, with n llrav) stnne.
ShortI) 'before 7 o'chick la-t evening a
br.ital and cowanllj assault -vas made on
Mr. W. P. Ilu-sell, the popular lusik k"eier
at Ha) tier's whole-ale liquor e-tablis' ueut,
by a colored man. Mr. Hus-ell wa- return
ing t his place of business from the north
side anal In front of the ofice of the Spriug
helal Engine and Thre-her company, he saw
a colored nun slap an I otherwi-eiinpi-e
upon a lolorfil boy who was apparently
about 15 jears old. li'i ell reuion-tratetl
with the man for trealin; the boj In -uch a
iniuuer. but the fellow piid no attention to
him and tinatl) follo.ved the boy into tbe
strict and kuockeat him down. He was
ju-t about to kick the pro-trate Doj-when
Ku-stll ran Into the street aim, taking holal
aif the man s arm, imlli-1 him awaj and
told him not to strike the lad ag un. There
upon the fellow- struck Kj-sella heavy
blow in the neck mid started uw.ij. fetoop-
Inir and p.eking ui a large stoim he tunieal
as Hussi w is going toward the sidewalk
and struck him a terrib'e blow in the hick
of the head w all It. P. is-ell fell as if shot
and his cow irdlj assainnt tied. The
blood streamed from abul cut in the back of
I! i-seli's held and he was hiirrletllv taken
to Dr ltus'-ell'- nthc t, where the cut,
which w vs nearl) two Inches long, was
The colored man was follow eal bv officers
w bo captured him near patrol box 25 on the
Vorth hide. The wagon was called and he
was convened to the station house, where
he gave his name a- Dick Carter. The boy
whom lie was ibusmg was hi- brother-in-law.
Mr. Uu-stH will verj likeljtllean
allnUvit against Cuter for aault and bat
ter). THE THEATERS.
I'alti Ilol In Hub" ot lllnck's Opera
This evening at Black's l'atti Po-a and
her excellent companj will apiiear In her
great hit, "Bob " Spriughtlil theater goers
know what a plea-ureable evening awaits
them, and the advance sale of seats is
prettj large. Tlie Oiualii fiijmMfcunsajs
Patti Bosa entt rtained an audiem-p at
the Baijal last night tint 111 eil ever) seat
and all the standing room Patti Bosa i
an awful cleier little actre-s. The man or
woman who could si: through one of her
lierformaii'-es and not enjoj It wmild etr
tainlv possessaverj unhea'thj anddi-agree-abIedi"isition
She is cute, prettj. viva
cious and charming In fact, -he reminds
old theiter-goer-of Lottnnore vividlj Cian
an) of the until al'ega-d -oubrettes in this
c-oiintrj wbai bale atteuipteil to follow
In the foot-teps of thatfimous artite
Judging from the fact that Lotta has given
Patti Kosa iH-rinission to prwluce her favor
ite plavs, slie, too, must deem the joutiz
ladj her ligitimite and most worth) suc
cessor. List niglit Pitti llo-a appearetl as
Bob, which gave htr tile oppnrtuuitv aif in
troducing several songs and dances w itli
banjo accompaniment, thus allowing full
scope for an exit llent di-pliv of her ver-a-tile
powers. With an Immen-e and entliti--1
v-tic audience applauding her c-ontinuallj
and an eleganllj set stage, joti can gamble
vour last nickel that -he took advantage of
tlie opportiuiit) and fairlj threw herself.
Fach ot her songs were em ortsl two ami
three tunes. A- tai her work In the charac
ter, everj one will igrtethit itwas smtMith.
artistic anal successful, rheinmpanj -uii-
imrting Pitti Ito-t is well bib-iced and
each member plavs his or htr pert -plen-dullj.
Tlis lloilt k sale ot K tl l-t Ite.
E I win L Houck's sile of lots con lucted
by Failej A llijwaral, jc-terdaj afternoon,
was furl) suce fill, and goo I prices wa're
realizetl. A Ii-t of tint purchasers and the
prices liaid is apiH-ndi-l. The first seven
1 lots are iinmetli itelj adjiccnt to Mr.
Honck- residence on South VellowSprings
street, .and tlie remaining ones are two
s piare-fiirtaer south Following are the
I ot II. Ilf nry I.analenVM l.4i TO
l.ait I . Mr 111 rnler l.lli i
Lot I . Ilra'i mi ISrns . Jfttili)
I.nt V. M M K autfnian '! 10
Lot V. M l Kauifmin 1.0-0 10
I ot 1.. 11 anil It hrl-t- id 10
Lot II. J tmes I,-nl -wl 10
Lot No ill Jerr'hea &il 01
Lot No ill". Washington II irt.su. li 410 fl
Lot No jvj. Washington llarbaugh I3S (O
Lot No J2U.J C Hollowly '10 (W
Lot No. iSol. I.C Hollow IT T0 1O
Lot No.iiiJ. Washington llarbiugh il 0a
Nntiitu-il Operi Company.
At an earl) hour on Saturdaj morning
tbe National Opera compan) will pass
through Springhelal en route to California.
The companj will travel in a special train
of twentj cars. On Fridaj night the com
panv will produce the oi n of "Lakme" at
the MetroiMilltan opera hou-e in Columbus,
anal assoon as the performance is concluded
will leave on its western trip.
XYnitts Ills 3Iother-lii.L.itr.
Chief Walker has receiv etl a letter from
Thomas McClelland, of Xew Lexington,
O . inquiring as to the whereabouts of Ins
mother-In law. Mrs. Anna lla-sson. Mrs.
Ilessou's maiden name was Kejes. It is
- supposed that she is in Springfield.
I Go to Mrs. J. II. Arbogast's Millinery
' Opening. Friday and Saturday, at 91
Market afreet, betw een Main and Columbia.
THE LATE HENRY C. HOUSTON.
A sketrh t Ills I ire from thai soulli
We find the following tribute t" the late
Hon Henr) C Haiustam, formerly associated
with the editor of this paper In the owner
ship of the Hrrt nur he serving for a
while as treasurer of the Itepubiic Printing
company in the South Charleston N ittuttl
aif April 0
Died, at Evanston, 111., on Tue-tlaj
maiming. March 29. I!s7, of paraljsls of
the heart. Henry C. Houston, ageil tifty-five
jear-, nine months and nine da)s.
Henry C. Houston was born at South
Charleston. Clark count). Ohio, June 20
Is II, anal Uveal there and at Spr.ngheld.
Ohio, until 1873 He engaga-d In buslnes
earl) In life, and by his strict Integrity anal
tulelit) -asm built up a large trade He wa
married to Elizabeth E Murra) on Septem
her IS. IS69, who, with two daughters, sur
He was er) active and influential in all
the public enterpri-ea of his native place,
and represented his count) as a member ol
the Ohio legislature in the years lStW-7 He
was reareai undtr the ihlluentes of a Chris
tian home. Ids parents being leading tneui
hers of the Methodist Episcopal church In
Earl) In life the effects of this Christian
training were shownby his being awakened
anal convicted of sin, anal at last in his con
version and union with the church of his
Throughout his entire life he was con
sistent and unfaltering In his allegiance tti
the cause so early esjioused b) him. He
was a pecullarl) conscientious man, ami
while his profesolou was not the Ljudest.
he was careful to "avoid the very appear
aticeof evil." He was jealous of the repu
tation of the church nal believed
that the followers of the Lord
Jesus Christ anal the members of
the visible church out earth should
keep theui-elves "unspotteal from tbe
world." He had no small vices. The little
sins (-0 called) which -eem to so easily be
set and mar the life of the average man.
had no pow er 01 er him. He was of a for
giving, generous nature. Fancied or real
injuries he was accustoineal to try to excuse
and charitably consider. He wa hospitable
in the extreme, and a hearty w elcoine w as
given to all who entered his aloors.
His views of life and Its duties he
acquired from the teachings and example
of a consecrated mother, who-e memory he
reverenced with an unu-ual affection. His
devotion to the church of hi- choice was
shown bj the faithful work he performed
at South Charleston and Springfield. Ohio,
before his removal to the west. At both of
these places he w as for years one of the
mo-t active ami u-eful members of the
official board. As treasurer of the official
board of High street M. E. church, Spring
Held, Ohio, for a number of years, he
prided himself on having all the buslnssof
the church conducted as promptly and sjs
tematically as he did hi- own business, anal
Inaugurated a financial plan which forced
thai chiireh from embarras-ment ami left
them in a healthy anal prosperous con
dition. His devotion to his family was remark
able. XoUiing was too arduous for him to
undertake and no sacrifice too great for
him to make. If It would minister to th
happine-s or comfort. He was of a sumi
happy disposition, and the last few inoniu
of his life were especially happj. Having
retired from business, he removed with hi
family to Evanston last fall, expecting to
make this place his home. Without an)
busina?-s cares and occupied with his plan
for tlie. building of their new home.. ha bad
appeared unusually contentnl anil happy
ami had frequently remarked, "what a
happ) winter we have-pent together.''
In a recent conversatiem about the new
house he said, with a seeming premonition.
"I am building a -llhi.TEit here, but I ex
jiect soon logo to m iiuii(.:but,nlieaddnl.
"I am prepared to go."
It was a beautiful close of a stirrlng.busj
life. Without a pam. a groan or a struggle
he was taken from earth to heaven, from
the saicietj of loved ones here to the societ)
of loved ones there.
FOR CHARITY'S SAKE.
The NeeiU of the fllrls Attending the In
du trial school.
The girls attending the Industrial schools
are about two thirds colored aud tmtMhird
white. The) come from tbe povert)
stricken homes of our cit) : their mnther
111 man) instances are compelled to be awa)
from home, at dill) or weekly seniare.
to earn a mere subsistence for themselves
and families. The children are left at hoint
or In the streets to follow their ow 11 dev ice.
'I he mothers hav e no time to give iiistruc
liam to their girls in sewing. If they happen
ta be fortunate enough to know how them
selms. Then, too, in many instance-, needle-anal
thread are unknown luxuries.
Besides this must destitute clo.-s there are
many good, thrift) hoti-ewives that are sit
ualeal like that 'Tallied old woman win
lived in a shaie " The) have so man) clu
alren tlie) don't know what to 1I0. and after
the neeessar) dad) cares are gone through
with there is posltivelj no timenorstrengtb
for anj kind of in-tructlon. Girls from
the-e homes are the ones that need the les
sons taught in these schools. Most of the
girls are bright, reaaly anal anxious to l
taught, and even one hour and a half eac
week siient under the tuition of a ganxl
earnest woman maj be Invaluable to them
Ne all know what imitators children are
if thev onlv learn at rir-t to imitate tlie
manners ami bearing ot their teaucher, and
out of love anal respect to her, trj to do
right, maj we not hope that with more tua
ture ja-ars this will ripjn Into strong princi
pies, and they will lovetoilo right for
right's sake? Can we. as Christian women
refuse to give this much of our time and
talents to help less fortunate ones"
LIVELY RUN" AW AY.
Ilurmon K riiunsVTrHin Tikes ieOilicKsiln
Tills Mornlnc with I'gly LrTerts.
A Hi el) and damaging rtinawa) occurred
earl) this (lliur-alaj) morning. The double
team of ponies belongfng to Harmon Krau--,
tbe butcher, of No. TC Ta) lor street, took a
short but exciting run on their ow n acciunt
Mr. Krauss, it will be remembered was last
Monda) elected to council from the Seventh
w aril. This had nothing to do w ith tl e
The f ri-k) little animals starteal on Plea
ant -treet, near Gallagher, taking fright at
thesuaiden empt)ingof a box of ashes.
w huh rose la nterrifjIngcloutL The wagon
wa- a covered affair. containing a refrigera
tor full of meat. When Spring street was
reached, the horses atteuipteil to turn on to
it, but, instead, dashed the wagon heavil)
against the curb near the Frankenstiin
bouse, where it vent down In a heap, over
turned and broken. The harness broke at
this juncture, liberating the horses, and
the) never lost a motion but continued to
run, goin north on Spring. At Matn, one
of them fell, and both were caught. Tlie
wagon was pretty thoroughly demolished,
but, strange to relate, the driier Inslile.who
had gone down in the w reck, was unhurt
Seritius Illne-a uf air. Daniel K. tlrunner.
Mr. Daniel K. Urunner, the veteran tai
lor, living on west Mulberry street, was
taken very seriously ill at S o'clax k this
morning 'with Inflammatory rheumatism.
winch manifested an alarming tendency to
attack the heart. A ph) stcian was sum
moned and the administering of prompt
remedies brought relief, so that It Is thought
there Is no immediate danger. It remains
to be seen, however, how badly Mr. Brun
ner will be affected by the rheumatism.
Death at a Child.
This morning at 2.30 o'clock William A.,
the infant son of Mr. and Mr. Wro. Bnice,
of 449 south Market street, died of measles.
The little one was three months old. The
funeral will occur tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce have the
Kjinpathy of a large circle of friends in
tbalr sad bereavesient.
IH .fcJO LlmcHtonc.
AND SILK UMBRELLAS.
The new "Tuxedo- and "St. George" Par
asol. Windsor Silk Umbrellas, gold, silver.
Ebon), Celluloid and nature's wood ban
lies, reliable gooais and moderate prices;
Mourning Parasols ; Chilalren's Para-tils.
New X'eckwear and Huchings In the
Xew Kid Cloves; Ceutimeri Kid Olo.ves ;
I, loves fitted ta the hand.
II lack and cadortsl Surahs, evening shades;
exquisite colorings in Mi.ahs and Silk
Xew Dress tioods ; look at our line of
Xew Check Suitings; Heliotrope, Cadet
anal other new shade suitings.
"ew Goods opening every day now.
LATEST HAT OUT,
. D. SMITH CO.
Corner West Hlgn St. mnd Walnut AUary,
Blark Book Work Md Legal Blaakia
Both Gulf and Lake, fresh caught,
draHseil and delivered on short notice.
Don't forget we keep fresh Oysters.
CHOI PRINCE COFFEES !
We told you about them last week.
Try our choicest Golden Rio. our Old
Government Java, our extra quality
of Mocha; they cannot be equaled
In the city. We have
OLIVES and OLIVE OIL
Cotton Seed Oil for cooking purposes.
Xew York Cream Cheese.
Edam and Pine Apple Cheese.
Fresh Vegetables and Fruits.
J. STRALEY & CO.
16 AND 18 EAST HIGH STREET,
21 SORT H CENTER STREET.
Thedyelns. cleanlce. n?pa!rinK and pT
nof L-idtn' and Dents Oarments a spec
ally Tne only place tn tbe city to bare Lace
urtalns cleaned properly. All worK war
tinted CHUM CITY BATH ROOMS
TheFIXESTamlCLEtXEST In the City.
MISSES I. AND M. US
tnnonnce to the ladles of Springfield that
they nav enow ready for their
EASTER A0VELTIES IS
ALL THE NOVELTIES IX
Spring Hats and Bonnets
For Ladle and Children.
STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING
Xo. IS East Miln Street,
Itoom Formerly Occupied by Savings Bank.
-A. O-OOJD FARM
SaiUble for either Dairy, Market,
Gardening, or Grain Farming, con
sliling of 80 acres, sltmted Severn
miles south of Springfield, near
Springfield and Yellow Springs
pike. TERMS EAST.
r. Ar. GKAJRIMSOZV,
YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO.
March 8, 1887.
OR. J. C. OLDHAM,
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A
No. 9 E. Main Street