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OLDEST WEEKLY, OLDEST DAILY.
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Ljrgtit Clrculatljn and Fesl Aiifrtumj Medium I
OUR HIGH WATER MARK:
On ill itlitn Mnrrh'JI 4,60
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Irciilntlou April 21 IO,56
VOL. XXXIII NO. i oS
SPRIXC.FIELI), O., s.Triil)AY K ILNLNC. M Y 7, issl
PRICE TWO CENTS.
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WiPHinaTOK. Mn " Ohio
Ttirr ueiiiiic wattir tit
mm xrtmiiii)iiiU tmimitr
May 7, 18X7.
Everybody knows the mean
lnjr of "I). D.," but it has
dilTfrent meaning applied to
the When Delivery Depots.
That is what the When stores
are. It is like this ; Other
dealers "go east" to buy goods
of wholesale manufacturers.
They ship their goods to their
stores and retail them to you.
Thus you pay the factory
price and pay the dealers
their price for "going east" to
buy the goods. With the
When it is different, because
the When is a iactory which
ships the goods to the When
"Delivery Depots." so that
when you buy your clothes
'here you get them for the
same price that other dealers
have to pay by going east and
buying there at wholesale.
Thus, you see, you save one
profit and do your own "go
ing east" right at home. For
your spring suit, or your chil
dren's spring suits or your Fur
nishing Goods, save this pro
fit for yourself by buying at
25 and 27 West Main Street.
I ( ) ou are in nerd ot a hat,
A bonnet or llat.
Just give us a call.
For we are cheapest o( all.
And we half just now re eued
Krom the "easterl)" ea-t.
The most ,-tjllsli designs
On which )our e)es can d ast.
Jmi coiiie get the prohts
T liat ale ( Iearl) jour gam
.lust turn on to Market
From the corner of Mam.
21 NORTH MARKET.
lletnoen Main and Columbia Streets.
11. V. Ll ON.
AXU FAMILY SLU'I'LIES.
The Itest Canned anil Ilottlcd (Joods,
Strictly 1'ure and First-CTass
(JoodR, at Lowent Trlcfs.
The Late C. T. Ward Grocery,
(57 WEST MAIN ST.,
Corner of Center, Sprln-tllcld, 0.
IKLKfUUKK Ml. 3J.
IMPORTANT IF TRl
The New York "World" is Com iiUed He
cause the RepubllLaiis I'rupuM to
Elect the Next President.
In Ito.ridiit l,l.ii.,.
I ir ami i:iT. .l
mil. It.tl.- n
with 1 I'illiir
la.vu lin -:
I'.V the lssnPlate.1 Press
m in:t. Mi) T 'I lie II ... has a
sixvial from Atlanta, (bsiitria. sa)ing lint
leading rutlilicaii nie planning tocirr)
sonic of the southern stab's in Hie next
presidential i lection, anil cite- tin" i i,it
o( Mierman ami Hellc) In the south .is
pi. wit nl i ceie nl plan lo tint effect.
u luorl. 111 I l..im Hi n mule 11 St.
"s li i. Mai 7. A special (10111 a-
gales . nuni. sajs- Parties (rum No1(inl
t diseoiertsl a lohano. three da)s 11:11, IT.
mile- southeast ( Magdelen 1. that is
throw mg out great volumes of smoke .mil
lava. Iroiu .1 nll ir of lire I11.-I1 is
distmctlv s.in tnuii several stations on
the Sttiuri railwa). It is stipjiosed to be
in Ihe Nt ira Azul iiiomitanis
A special from M .Iis ph. Mn.sajs
Consi lerable excilenn nt was iMvasloned hi
the diseour) of two touted iljn unite
bombs in the (ellar of a Iioiim- ill 111 11 til
m .ios,.,i, mmi iti-emi) occupied iij
siisjum i.mi aiian-uisis 1 nt ononis (ie
mule of jras pijie, ami aft. r 1 xauiinatron
the were thrown into the rlei. It i su
isM that the weif intenileil to 1m- used
last tall ilurlns; the so, ialistic ileuioiistra
tioii that took place here.
CICARS ON HIM.
II illinm ltoriti7 leaps I-mm almlnnnit
I si ipe- I mm hier M.ilker.
The joke I- 011 Chief Walker. He has
been eettimr the lau;li all about town to
il iv. but submitted irraiefuilv Nvause
there is nullum; eNe left for him to do.
f-teid 11 afternoon he lit to C.1I11111
lius nlli r illiuii Koran:. who 11 is amMed
lb. icon Ihursdiv nmht on inform ition
ineivisl from ,llliKtielil Itorluc is want
ed hi re tor hiejiwai rnblieri, it lieumal
leccd that he clinked and rnblnvl Mrs. .la,.
I'nllier (medal alutt ihkui two week, airo.
luef Walker went to toliiiubiis on tlie al
tcrnoon train, but could not rt turn
until ;-i.' this iimrmni:. The train
Ittt ( oluuibus with the diuf and
his prisoner on board, but vvlien it topied
at Ihe station here thecluef wa., alone. The
cluet saj, that between this citi and lam-
.lit.i ho , ,11,'ltt l,ot,wir , I.. ,,,.. ... ..p.,1 . ,,. .
and berni: ven tin-d. it wa, w.tl, consider-
able ditlii tilt) that he k, pt awake. - the
train -lowed up on interim: the citj limits
the chift ajam fell intoadoye. and awakuu
alimtsi inimislialeli with a -tart, lie saw In
prisoutr i;oim;iiit UietliHir lioriiij was
hand cuffed, but IkiMIj leajied lroni the
tram and disajM-an,) into the dirknes
Hie (luef is minus In-jirioner mid a pur
of haml-ciilTs. and it Uire-him tirnbli In
inveani allusion made to the iKViureme.
CONE TO ANOTHER FIELD.
, nml Xm. llenr Tin Ufey
lit. rii.ii for Tl.eir ew llo
'I lii, albrnooii at I'M o'clock the ISei.
llenr) Tmklc) and wife leit forCm, innati.
Vfterabntf u-lt Willi (nends in that ( ltv.
Mr. and Mr- Tucklei will Ii. tie for their
new lioiiie in l'rovnltiice. I J. I. It is with
-um re and heartfelt regret tint the
congrig:iliou of bt. I'aul fluirdi.
and the iti7en- of Spring!!. Id generall)
.art with -Mr. Tucklej and hi- excellent
wife. The) hive done limbic work in tills
ronimiinit) a work, too, that Is full) ap
pnvntril Ii) all That the) have won the
n-slH-ct and love of the lnem-
lr. of Hie congregation of M.
I'aul church, wa- evidenced tin- afternoon
bv the large iiiuuIht who went to the sta
tion to see them otf sort ot informal
reception was tendtred them in the wait
ing room of the -tation. and the leave
taking of the faithful pastor and the hit m
liersof his tlock wasrealli affecting. Mr.
I'uckle) leave- Springheld, but the work
he Ins accomplished will remain
a. a monuinent to his tneinori. Mr. ami
Mrs. lucklev left with the best wi-he-of
all and with the -mi ere hope that the) nnv
tie a- sum e-sful in their nevi in Id of I ilmr
is Ihe) have lieen in Ohio.
A DELICHTFUL EVENT.
.111.- If till. oil, mew, ot the slmlTer Street
It. ill. ling l'l. 1t.a1.tl3 stirprlseil 1.) 111.
Mi-s F.lla IL I.artliolomevv. teacher of
the D grammar nvitii in the Shaffer street
building wa- tiltasantl) surpii-nl at her
r.-id.nce M her pupils on Iridav night.
Those pre-nit wire.
l.lttle Ladies Alhe Cpiea, I.lzte Iing,
Jeie Hutchisoii Klla Shv. Flora Cun
ningham. Maggie Kust. .Maud Sellers, AlLi
i.utlliau-e. l.ulu IIutian.au, l.iniua Kramer.
Lizzie lierun, Mable Hiigh(-. AnnaStn
laiiuia MriK-k. Josie Nelson, tllle Crant.
Little CenLs Charles Crotg. Charles
Icenlnrger. Willie WartenlH- llenr) l!or
ger. Fegar Dor-e). Kdgar McCorkill, Hams
(.rogi.. FnsI Crube. Harm j Mast. Willie
I ruea. Willie I'tieffcr. AUiert Cebharl.
1I0lph Uirrnz. Willie .MeMorris.
lliil.it. if mil Injur..!.
About ' o'dock this mnruing W I! Halm,
a woikiiiau at the Ka-t strut -hops, while
using an augur Ind his right hand seierelj
iniuieil Tlie augur striuk a knot in the
wihmI and lumped, striking ins hand 111 the
lle-h) art iu-t lielow the little ImgiT. tear
ing it (e-irdillv. Hf walked to Dr Kus-ellV
ollue, wheie the wound was dressed
I hiirrh So, ial.
The ladies' church furnishing sock t) of
tlie First hnglisli Lutheran cliurch, will
give an ice i i.-am and stranlierr) -oci.il in
the i Inn h parlor- 011 Thnrsdi) eieiung.
12th uisL, to which a general iiiiititiou is
exli nihil Straw hemes and icecream ten
(i-iits a dish. 1 -hurl niu-ir.il and Iiterarj
pro.rim will In' lend, nil
(lnl) H II..I .Hire.
n ilann (nun lix I.', Main and Yi How
spring streets, called the Central- aim
W. -It nis io 1,11 north Y, How -spring strti 1
where a !xil Ii id eouglit lire flnni a pajier
in Ihechimnei. 'Ihe l,l w is hu-thil out
of the hniisf kidili md the lire extiiiguisliiil
1m hire the lirem. n uriviil laiss not ovel
t winl) dollars
Tins time the sale of building lots takes
pl.ueou noitli Linn stone stni t. Aurj
desirable plat of lots is offered and will be
l.iililish.,1 m a fewdivs. 'Hie sale will
t ike pi in- 'Ihur-da). M i) Ii, at 1 o'cIih k
The bind of Fain Hells pla)nl bv the
till famil) at Hie Orpheus lH-nelit. at
Hlaik'inext ihursda) niglit. will U' a
ran Irtat to the lovusof tiovelt) In iiiusic.
NoNkIv should miss it. He-, rml -eat- ".(I
n'llt- I'u rte's lunik stole, I ue-d I) evill
r lli I'riMf
Hmi:s r Hie It.. 11.1
I . It. ( I ll H.ii,
,. Ml I" ..- ..I tlir
,1 ty'm oik
1 eiiixi 1 x rti. -1 si,i
'I he ileotiomI s(rUe wt re ioiiiIik tnl
In Ke. .1 (. liililvMii
Iheohl Iijmim. ' I'rniii (.n-enlaiiil s le
Moiititalns." was simr. follow ed with prix
, rl.j i:,.i. M Matthiws, of D1M011
liishop taer then siKe of the 1I1 lit of
llielioiril, some sit thoiisiml dollars,
win, li it was determiiiijt tod ij to trj and
liquidate the roniiin; jear. lie siokeot
the vast terntorj and rcsniirrfs of this
great count rj, and could not siewhjthis
1111111111t111ul.l11.it in1 misisl. The call for
help is heird from even quarter
Our luiinl is jitcssl for funds A
thousand doors are open, man) 011u; men
ate readj and willing to i;o, all we need is
more funds t aeiompltsh more and lietter
Mrs. I. IL Kiestirwas call-l iihiii, and
aid she wis er anxious to si e theirdihts
piid. If thechureh ian he midetofeelit
tin ir delit. it will soon lie paid It mil
. would tut on."
one-half o( our inemlershi
....!. .,r tl,.... ..,. .....u tl,Jf.. t. ....1.1 .,,kt K..
II Mill '! Illllt KlVtMlll, HUH ""Mill lt' 1"
i 1. ,11...... or ....i..i .,f ,v Lo..l
, . ,, J J
"I: "T iZiuof eas, .w,fer -
emr. alo s,ke hh.i. the Milyeit. ,e
sd. "Well ve, as k deno.nlnition. Is,v.
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woul.lpi tins item, u eas a nation nave
more inonej that we (.an use. or know what
to.lo with, our people online,,) to he
., ,. ' ' 1 ,, . , , . 1
-tirre.1 lip to see. he ne.,1. and to res,mn,l
.la. oh Hoke, of IViinsiUauia. slid our
iiiissiouiri -oeiiti was oriTHiiiisl it v ear-
..... u-i,.. .1... i..i,i ,-..,i-.,o.i,. .-
oiil 40.CHXI a('(trilimc to statistic, tiT
Wl I... I r.. . I ..I I.e..
liibrmiRlit in the church. ..riaiulj a
Tlm mlssmnari 1- ertainl5 the creat
.Subscription, were then called for. Mr
Join, l).-lds.tl.eSreat ph.lantl.l.r..p.st. ,.t
1) n ton. -U.rted the b .11 rollim; w ill -..000 ,
I'nrf. r.tnkhouseram! wife. V.00 hell '
Hoke and wife. SJOO. Kev Win .McKee
andvv.fe.5J00. Ilishop Castle and w.fe.
S.fio.i: Win. M.uey. SI00, Mrs. I- It
Keister. -.0. Kev. Stef.ni, SSO Kev. .s. W.
Ixf f I't llllfll uti iiu-vum.". III1I- 'llli nas
K , s .- 1, 1 1,,..., c- III I....
eisp r, i Lev. l b Loreuz.?. Iiishnp
... . .,. ,, . .. ... . ,, , .;
Weaier, sV) Kev. .! .Matthews, Kev. ('
1 in....... 1.... 1 vv L-.11 1... 1 ,
l.l. Iturkert. Kei J. W. K.lbouni. Kev J
M 11.11. ,-aili MO. lnakimra total of Stt.-nu
rai-isl In a few minutes.
'IheUiard is great!) eiwounceil, and
will 111 ike an extra effort to lift this ohln:a
'I he 1111, tun: closed vvitli hi iiisIkIioii h)
A iiuinluT of the visitors will return to
their home this evening, but a iiuuiIh r will
remain over t he babbath.
The venerable and towenni: form of
Itishop Weaver impresses everjot.e vvitli
lovf and reverence for him. He Is an ex-
vr,W'"t I'r'"llne M"vr-
It 1- thoin-hi Hint ih.. .l.,r..rr.,l nn,i
sermon will be preached till, (.Saturda) i
eieniiig b) lltv. J. J. Hill. It will lie a
ireatioaii wnonia) nearu. asiieisktiowtiida)-, work but who live, b) Ills wits'
lie an able luiiii-ter.
Mrs. UK Keister. tilitor of the 11 .-
nmn's J.iiDuid. is gre.atli in earnest, and
enthused vvitli the mission work. Mie is
doing great good b) In rexcellint pis r, and
is a read) and lluent talker. .
On SabbUh it is exin-cled that two of the I
buliop, will preach probablv Weaver and I
ami iasue. i.agomia l- ingiii) nonorisl
... .. t . .... . .
1 in having live live bishops witliin her lir-
! der-at one time, an honor that -eldom ik-
. cur- find liiav never ni-nli. I
) he rain and mud have mitititeil un
,,.,. 1. -..,.-. th- tt.....l..w.r.o.e i-
logither with the fact of so tiianv ot the
....... I... .....,.,,. ..rl ,...,l .. ..-. I....I . ..1..1..
in ihe -lions. denriVLslm.i.v of ..iien.lm,-
h.. would l-i ulli haveu-oiie so
Jacob Hoke, a memlierof the board ot
the Imini of mi ions, ami a wealth) and
successful business man of (Tianiliersliurg,
l'.a., is also an enthusiastic vvoiker In the
cai!-c, is a good talker, and giie- liberill)
of his wealth, is the John Dodds of that
put of thecountr).
Mr.JohiilhKld, whogivi-soliberallv of
iiisweaiiuioinetuurcn. ism poor iie.iiin ,
- not able to attend the night -e-iou-. Ills
m ani, large, ami me amount ot goon ue workhouse. He i, a big, stout, health)
h i- done with hi- wealth i, wonderful. In-1 i,ig mm. and a hung disgraie to man
stead of ho inline up. he give- to an) and , kind. and should lie nude to work if he will
all cause, where it will aid and better lui- nt do it of his own frre will,
Kev. Diinlap, the nenlj-lnstalliil pas-
tor oi the (. ongregatlonal church of the
( ity, w a, present at the serines last even-
ing. The lit) ministers are remarkable tor
tin ir absence at our conference and extra I
meeting. IYrhaps the) don't want to be
I lined lireinren. vie would not 1I0 mem
an) harm tor the world.
Ilishot. Keplnrt I-the largest of the live
... .Ou Divonri f- , ..;
and weak. ,t in- lieuii ivin '
lerj xHir. Uishop Castle wears
glasses coiisiatiti) is reserved, has little to
sav. but when besn.Mks Imi.r.. .., f
sa). but when he sM-aks impre-ses one o
, his sound judgment and deep thought,
I "-",1 1" '"' A cr,ml l'rcicher.
bONS OF VETERANS
lit. 11 1 1 I- it. .1111 pin. lit Next ll e. k at ( leie.
I ml Clti.ll.Intes for ..mm .it. lei.
'I he annual encampment of the Sons of
etcr-ans of Ohio will lie held next wok
at Cleielaiul. Kector.Iohu T. Rose is the large or small, and the line of noiel and
d. I.-gite from . llarne)- I'hillip'- Camp. Tv,al a""--"1" "' ''ich they IntereM
., . 1 11 1 .. ' I their audience-, are of a high -tandanl o(
tl.i-ci!). with J. II. Jessnp asaternate excellence. James Kob.nson, thechau.pion
hour othfts (rom tin- ramp al-have ,irebick ri.kr of the world, and the onl)
mice- 111 the encampment if the) wish to! ,allle Mow e. the great hurdle and four-I-,
."?'; . ? e"f, ":.j;riV"T . "Wi horse ruler, are with this circus The show
taTn-. W Dcloaml W. D A O linen. r . ,,, u- 1 ,., ''
and the pre-ent Captain. C. (). Wood.
Sinngtield h.i- no candid He to Imoiii. but
I rbana and Da)ton each has an aspirant
for tlie position of commander, the highest
olhcein the state. CapL loiirge Leonard
isfrbma's faionte sjjn. while the (.em
nt) is tHHimms Mr. O. It Brown, a pioml
nent joitiig attorne) of
. ( iileut to Kev. C II. Kim l.e).
On the UHli of last month, Kei. C. II.
Ko. ke). pa-tor o( the Lutheran diurih of
Columbia Citi. Ind., nut with a -erinns
aecidint while attempting to Imard a Imal
tram at Ft. Wa)iie, on which he desired to -cl1'- , ' "' - m two hundrei
retuni home. The tnun was going at n.n-1 ',r,,K ,T lu",L r.illowing are the -considerable
s,,e,,i at the time and Mr. IbK-kev '''"hone it-presenting ten shots with th
" Ife.J.-.thif.t. ,,l otl.k ll.,...lp...l .......ft
via- thrown again-t one of the railro id'
,il.s. Inim nlmli l,..l.,- ..!,, o.l .J......
- '" - '" '" -..-...,... -. ,.,,-
mjiirie- ill the lift 1. He was th lirinu- for
1l.1v-, but is again able to di-i barge his pas
toral ilutli '. Kev. Kukei will Ih-reiiiem
In nil a. an old Wittenberger, graduapng
l'oli. e Co.lrt.
In ldice court ) esterda) afternoon the
casesof Hen. Ad mis nut wife diargiiinitl.
being disorder!), weie lontinued until the
loth. William rCutrutr, tase went over
until tonight, as did also (,eo. Washing
ton's. M irtin Sn)der, arrestnl mie da)s
ago for using piofane language, Ind his
trill and was Jimil ilu and costs
Ihe tlcarln 1.
The -0I0- and trio- on tlie ocarinas b) the
Till famil) at the Orpeils s(m n tv lieiielit at
Hluk's next Thnrsda) evening will Ih- well
worth the price of admission. In addition
tut his. the) pla) twent) liistmments. all of
novel and unique character, deta resirvnl
s.'it for "in... at I'lene's, Tuesda), Ma) lu,
b 11. m.
(ftitril Order tit lleimrltiient Coiiiiiiaii I.
rr I'titiiiiiii It4 10 Its ()l'r line 1,3 lt,i
I.. V K 1'o.ls
Ihei:itieril older as to the rerentotiits
on Pieoration Ia mil itie serMees 011 tne
sihliatli piuefiluit; has lion issued h)
1) lurtmeut Couitii inder I) (' l'utii 1111 and
is herewith mien It will be sent nut tit
all miss 111 thedi pirtment earl) uetweek.
It will U printt .1 111 eireuhr form
with a heai) lil.uk hunter ariiuuil eai h
pai:e, turesjHst to the luemor of lien
John I iijin, lirstioiiiiiiui,li r in-tluef of
the I .rami Arun of tho Kepiihlu. 'I In
order is as follows i
Hkiiwi iKTrKs IlKriKTUrSTOI llfllll )
UR il kH1 iF Til I.KeiHIH.
SfHIMll'ltLll.ll -44U ISs"
(eneral Onh r No. ;.
I In (ompli line with o niral order o
11 intioual he idiiuarters, (irnud rnio(the
lt ptihlie. theioiiindes of this department
mil, on the .0th ilij of this uioiith, rovei
thesmes nt their fallen Kiiiinides with
the i hoieest tlowi rs of spring. In the Hr
tormatueo( this exalted dut we rei ill to
mind the si, rllioes that thev 111 ule. the
i Ui: ""l''-'.is that thev endured the
"Htiniiif iinuiuuii I'Miun iiiai i .mini lilt ill
1 , t .1 . ll ft
'","tlK' """'' "iuiitli. in-lefense
of ourcountn and flair
! ',' " Lereier a ,-s, ( the ..rand Arm,
1 'f K l.lHe evMs. s,,,,,,. pnbli, serU,,
;'';oimeo the heroism o( our dead
should Le held at the most (ouvriiient iHiint.
' i..., .......i nlim.ar ...,1. everv ,.,l.. 1
. ,,I m tnl inir.iriii is far 1, .,s..iM.. ' The nky like the iinlilenMu.- is fair
,"e " " ' "'" ",,,l""" l ,ar 'l' I""-"'!;' n,e ar is full ami a trltle it lie
A or'lial inutal on slmuld U- extemM to , , Xltache,! to tl.P mule with thestubhy t ill
tne Woiikiis Kelief corps, and Nun of I lei the malili 11 prelerreil Ihe seal she h rr
,.,erill, am , the u'eneral i.uhlie to )M.r'"the stroll with me f..r I m i.leher tired
eter His and to the general public to be
...... ..... .1
t.ra.oiif mil lurtiiimitu in tin 4 r. iii,iiii.u '
,Vi "" , "' ''VoVii 1 '"""",
.,1 11, Ik lM..,&ill l llilu -,rl ttlillXi. .1.1,
, ., . ..
trave- of th,-e we have with us. the
tlioiisimls of I moil soldi! rs and sailor,
th it sleep in 1111111 irkml ntve,. upon eier
! ... ... , .. .
'V . ".' ,1 f '" ,." ', , .,' T'3'Y
sliould not be forgotten. Let a Moral tri-
",,V,b,'1,1'n',,;"',l.,M'",.i ,. x.
III. On he Siblath pwdin? Memorial
Zf l ?f ,.h"' '!"l"wM "
'"-1 'I'.''rUce 1. a bv-lj. there tooTer
"TJ V" S " AI""f' "J' "H
,f,,r ' ,n" "' ' '" l-e-tovv,,!
""'" ":, " 'yW- ,,,.,.,.
, " J Jp -haplr..ns are reminde,! that It
lsr'' ,! ' ,'V . '"i fu"rM,rtS , "
tv. """ T ."V" ''V "J f"r"ari ,,u"
one. mi ,io, r, 10 in,- nep II lllirill cimi
., , ... ., , ,, . l
I.ei T Hrake, faulte. Ohio.
., ' '. .
U cninm .mi of I) C. I'tTMvi
iinr, uioiitr, 10 .in- nip 11 line in (-iinpiiuu.
r. Ml vv hit.
Asst 1l111tant (Jeneral.
(n neial order-will be !stted next week
bj t'omm ui.l, r I'litniin, aiiiinuiK'ini; his
stHll apiMiiiitnn tils, aide-, and insiHftor-.
Ile.ulqinrters were perinaiientl est ib-i
lished tolai m room, 10 and li. rcade
' iiiiiniing. witii i.emral .ins t. Men irt la
icnatge. 1 lie ouiiit, rtnmls, supplies. ,tr ,
hue arrived from Akron, and are being
pin. fit in older.
AN EXCITING CHASE.
Ilnlier Mi kl.is Kims Down .1 Hill Touch,
ll I.ile 1 111 le.limt.ty Huffs tile (.nl.te.
lai-e) iiugnf-i-one (ii me tougne-i 01
tl hill" totvh-, age.1 aNiut i, )ear,. who ,
ha- -ddom been known to do an houe-t i
ind off the Iw.mitle- of hi- mmiii II..
, .. ,. ,,, ,,. ,.,,. ... , ...
..... , , . , ..
e-ier.iiv aiiermm, ne ami one ni me jie-i
I t rimtt bov- were on a little tare The)
-windhsl one -aloonlst out of the beer
under (iNe pretenses, and then falling in
lurther attempts in that dilution. I'at-ev
.... ... .. . '
nieii linn-en nonie ami lrnl lo make a
riise off hi-pa and ma. but narj a lent
would thev give him. so 1'atse) maiifnlly
set lo work to .real,. Ini, ..u.,umll ,
' stiiishing windows, hlmils, tt( This 'was
'more than the nld fnlks .i.nl.1
stand. -o word was -( nt for
fmllee. llklfl3 r..M,rt.l l.l.t ..ill,.
tin lather gave .has,- I lie swift-footed
olh.er was fast guniii ' mi the lleemg form !
.. . . ..
oi tne ingiiiie. linen, in turning a corner, i
the giant form of Olhe, r Norton loomed up 1 '"'.'. "a., or eier will haie Ihe persiu
iu lien n feu feet. tlieai). Witlmtdirinlenne xf. gn-ll) illlhisiice on her race, tint a
I tu le .11111111) cotnin itidisl l'at-ev to stop.
and I'ats") he-itated not in the order of Ids
stopping Oflicer N ickla, came pulling up,
and the guardian, of the law called the
M.f,n, nnil -ent tlio itr,.(i,.r ,.. ,l,u .III...,,
house, iris to be hoped grounds can lie
found for -ending the centlennn down
1)l; ,,, f(,r a Nlv nionth-' r, tirituent in
NOVEL AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISE.
t-.ill i Irrus unit Hen i-erle for Ti
tii.il vieni-erle f.,r T. n
Sam Catch exclaimed on the memorable
occasion of hi- leaping the falls of the (.en-
.. .1. ... ..,.. ......
' ," ' ., . , ., ... "l" '" ' "r
! '" "1"'"
."Ohaiebe.-n to a degree ax.omitic.it
' erialnl) din-s -fern that exhibiting a coin-
plete and cieiiitable circus and menagerie
for mil) ten letits admission. Is the one
ii,in,.,tn,i.iiL. .1 .11 ..
f thing that cannot lie dune with ani degree
is of fiu.imial success. Miller. Stowe
I A Freeman think dilferentl). howev
ler, and are tr)ing the leiitiirsome
j experimeiit. That their exhibition is a mer
itorious one there is no room to doubt, as
Iheiompanv and attractions thev announce
aresecmdtonotie. Ihe lad) and gentle -
in. 11 arusis composing ineir troupe would
1 be a credit to an) canvas entertainment.
, ;"'"'" , r"J-s " "
SPRINCFIELD RIFLE TEAM.
lliel lui. II.1I1I. in, K, culnr 1'rHill.e sih,i
, ()u Krl(la. .fl,.rI1(111 tlle SiiriL,t,el,l rule
am held its regular practice shoot on the
club range. I'lrnn's farm, south of the cit),
and -ouie good shooting was done. The
u-e of the Iliiimau target was resinned,
the American Field target haling been
''ed in the mat, lies vvitli the Tiqieka. Kan
r-'". '""'"' i-oim'
i v) si
l, s hi
7 J 1V1 7i
'V 77 "U
II 41 III
txi 51 75
I L Lessner
II Crolt sr
t' C i.rauer
h.i lit t.
I lie slate.
I The following are the names of the indi
1 vidiials gitlnred 111 b) Springheld s dand)
cops tor tlie twent)-four liours ending with
this murium: l'ats) Hughes, drunk and
disonlerl). Mike Nolne. Owen (.illaglitr,
.ind Tom Crag, disonlerl), (leorge MeDei
mett, loiteimg with a )irte.titute, Helle
Slucke). (iiiuuion prostitute, Sara Deeme
ter and Art) Muke) (linrd. drunk and dis
onlerl). Win llet, on warrint. I'll 1'incx
st. n.wHV flii...s.
K 1. Hrandoui A Co are supplied with
these noble iiistiumi'Uts. Call and
THE SOCIAL MIRROR.
A Week Deid but for One Eminent 1! ittle.
ofWhiit Waged Last Nnjht -Tlie
I (r. nt Irniitipli tor llo iunlenr I
I ilw .nl llm.l's Ilel.nt mi I. lor
lleiinte of S.,i 1 il Int. Illi;eii. e
III .1 I'ersi.i.ii Hies.
Ml ii the Mreet at 1 stately p u e
I he 111 itJen nine wltti her lurit f ice.
And the roses I d tiht f.ir-iusui her hre-ist,
re white as the eirns in a turtriitge nest.
Willie hehtnit her llieilrtier uin his stool
Tinkled the hell of the street lar mule
'dolni; tow ilk up the street I sl,t
Mieuriclousli txiweil lit r be ititiful head
"lhen I'll walk, too tlsa lovely day
1 hus I opened tile hill ill my lisil il way
llo ou see the i irbititnd'' Inquired
The April fue,"l m uritle tired
I urn d 1 walk tw is 1 useless suit'
-In Kentll w ived her pirn hull
llli stub t llled mule stopped pilLk enow
I h ind her In with 1 st iteiy turn.
na the tied rum out with a jam:led quirk.
Is the stuti-talled luulewt lit oil ullh 1 jerk
Three men as she entered solemnly rose,
And quietly trampled their neighbor s loet
dndlsti masher left his place.
Ind eUe,l neirfheirlrl with the prllfice.
Whosit oiltlie side you it fill the'l. e
l ith the sunesweet smlleshe'd sit on me
' The day w l.nelv mlM the air
nd now wtien the nnlden walks the street
1th another's tlower. and smile ,0 sweet,
1 wave to the driver upon hi, stool.
And stop the stub-tailed street i ir mule
M hlle I purch ise a seat with half my pelf
For it in iki , me a trirte tired miself
It requires the marble-linished hardihood
of a -octet) reporter to speak of the arrival
of the -vveet anil balm) spring In the midst
of such frightful weather s we are having
at pre-ent, hut the calenders and almanacs
insist tint the vernal -cison i, here, and we
have no choice but to blindly accept the
statement. Now. a-suiuini: this to be the
ca.se. the lest is eas) It heralds the ap
proach of that glad -eason of picnics,
lawn-tennis. luht dre e- 'awl hammock,,
with a -eating cap nit) of one. but a -eating
atiilacitv for two, it brings up vision
o( the much (requenled cin it- it create,
preilskmsof the ue-treaui lair and the
-mla-water jungle: it give- soelet) a new
life, make, it fed re-urreiteil and
again, and join.
tone of which is aglad rejuvenated thank
mines. The alxne 1- what spring doe- In
1 thi- In. alitv. Hut the season 1- .l.vl.l.slK
1 ainilhitlp thi- spring that K it is a back
1 ward spring Here it I- almost time for suin
1 hut, and the vernal season has done but
I little s far but to bring out a few birds and
1 done little 111 the way of foliage. The
scandalous performance of spring lingering
I in the lap of winter is being agim enacted.
an,i eien the s.msets Hitsli at night forien
l.o-e 1 err) I ooke has lust said the fol-
lowing Invcl) and important thing about
girl-, and I give it -pace In this column.
uv,u-eeverv giri lnthecit) ought to see it
"(.irl-. do )oti ever think how much
power v ou hive m the world' Sometimes
1"" "'-" "" c"",', Iul"t' "r "r,le- r,ing,
or l,la' "ul(l fr,t l,ec-ll'se J mi cannot do
. .., Ii...i linn. I..I ...n ...... .1.
,' ""-" """' "'" i1"1 -"' " snui-
""" ml" r i"n ra" eacu ni jou ie a
christian ginti-wonnn Sweet old wonl'
a gflltlf WollUIl' .1 gelltlewoulall. What .1
I i"mtr u N '" I "nt N vvoman who
!'" tlireii aside the ord ime.1 limit Uions of
"er sex lo sjhmk hi piimic, lo nillle lor Her
so-caneii riL'iu-, 10 ni-e ner "sini sale
,-"r"ir h the household lire." lo neglect
her home am. her children for the platform
the (onieiitl"ii or theunss
" '", i""i""
nr Ilu. .i,lt.,(
thoroughl) clinstian woman, i real ladv
who lives forl.oil md her fauul). and, beds
about her the sweet ikIom of an unselfish
and patient soul, has andalvvajsvilll haie."
SomebiHly in bleep) Hollow I haie
heard scleral accused of It. but line neier
l'en able to satisfactonli locate thegnei
ami' keep- a pea toek, one of tho-e proud,
absurd creatures, who-e iiilssIoii in life
seems to bepurel) spectacular. It- plumage
is gorgwus enough and it lias the magniti
cetit. deliant stmt of the autocrat. Hut its
line Is something awful to li-ten to.
l.astSuiida) night the night bv thewai
that the circus got into tow n this bird got
particularly i oeal, and the neighborhood
' hail nothing short of a genuine sensation,
'n'''"1! eier)body was positive that one of
Sdls's wild animals had escaped and w as
I b'rKiog alniut the neigl.borli.HHi. ,wking.
in the language of the immortal Artemus
Ward. 11 lion, he might demur vimebnd).
The cr) wa really terrif)ingIike
I ''i half-angry, half-hungry wall
J , " . , . . , . . J
1 gle and call-ill a harvest of cold -tliver-.
I An armed part) was sent out in searih of
the monster, and tackled the hrst policeman
the) met for information. He told them it
I was e pen-fowl, whereupon the) laughed,
slid the) knew it all the tune and went to
! Mr. Fdward Hurd, of this cit). who has
1 been stud) ing for the stage 111 New York
under the tutelage of Mr Steele Maeka)e,
will make his debut at Iluffalo, Mai 0,
assuming one of tlie principal roles in Mr.
Mackaje's new plav, "11arcl1j." Mr. J.
D. Hurd and d uighter. Ml Minnie, will
go on to Iluffalo to -ee the opening per
formance. The lerdict of the public upon
loung Mr. third's admg will be awaited
with profound Intere-t in this city, where
he has man) kindlv disiHiscd friends. It is
believed that he vv!IJ aiquit himself Innd
somel). "Anarch)" has never been produced on
ail) sdagc. ami Mr. Maeka)e
has set greit -tore uimn its
sikcisis He give Ins pupil and irot.ge Mr
Hurd, one of tlie best 1 . . Itutfalo is Mr
Mackay's birthi!e. and the priwntiitiiiii
of "Anarch) is hkel) to bea triuuip'ial
The ituu h talked-of x. Iu-t (oldest lie
tweeti the voung-r mil older lulls id this
cit). rune oil I i-t Fn lav evening, at the
re-idmceot (.ineril and .Mr, J. Warren
Keifer. of ei.t High street Coiupirnt to
it, the gun hehls.if u. terlrtz anil Water
lis) pi'e into iiisigniticance of hopeless in
ferioritv speikmg -enou-I) itvvaspnili
jlilj the nin-t animittil cud pirtv the
season Ins ir.Kliui,l. 111. 1 it was w igeil
with an intere-t that was genuine.
Thetivoehibs It id dubbed lliem-elie- the
Amateurs and the 1'rnle.sniuals. iesp.it
tullj. the fonuir being the jounger and the
lattir the older organization. The joung
sters naturall) mpnl up the card-tables, so
to speak, with their opjionents. and won a
gloriou-victor) The 111s. indiuled Misses
Mai Ilowniin Minnie Ke)ser, LiiluJeffenes,
and Nora White. .Messrs. Will Keller. Will
Doiinell, til. I'helps and Will Jefferies.
The l'rofs rompnsisi Miss," Louie Itald
w ill. Anna Hail. Anna Itlaik and hlla Mil
ler, Messrs Dr. Hulick, (.eorge DhUKoIk
ert Hichter and I'aul stale). The l'rofs.
wer tlie clnllentng part). I'artners were
dnrseu b) distributing lour queens to the
I idles and four king, to the gentlemen of
evil team, and Ilu 11 purihgoff as the suit,
agreed. This method M-eiutil perfeitli fair,
but after the contest, the l'mfs., who are
susjieeted of having agreed upon partners
I I adi ance, kicked iigorousi), and said it
hid been "oet up." 1'Iay was commented
j at about ' 01 lis k, and waged for two hour,.
Ilu table, were peopled a- follows
1st 11is Mi,- Itowmui in. I Will
I'J-ofs Mis, liililwin and l)r Huh. k
."vole. Ams., 1; I'rof- , .
-M. 111s Miss kev-ir and t Inih-s Iff
I'mfs. Miss II ill and l.eorge lhal
Sore. Aui-v. .1 l'rofs , 'i..
Id. Ama -MissJelftrif- and Will Don
l'rofs -Mis, Illaik and Koliert l.'ichter
isfore. Am,., ts l'mfs.. .'7
4th. Auis Mi-s White ami Y1 1'heli.s.
I'rofs. Miss Mill, rami Paul Male).
-Nore.Ams, I'J l'rofs. i
Total s,,ie, Ani iteur, Ho l'rof e-sionals
HI. At the fourth table alone, were the
l'mfs in the aviiulancv while it the third
the Am,, almost distant t,l their opponents.
It was the proudest da)s in the live- of the
)ounger crowd, and thei are walking on
air todav. I'lav was called proinptl) at
the end of two hour
After the exciteim nt hid calmed down,
the remainder of the evening was sjient
1 (T) pleasintlv in ,1 -is 1.1I w ij one of
the most an eptable features lieing all ele
gant supper. -. rieil iuinurse-
.Mar) Kahbitts i
l I 1-T
(otihiifd to the house
The "Doctor of Alrantira" 1, to he re
peated in the fall.
.Miss Certrude Mmtli. of .Nilalia. Mo . is
the guest of Mrs. l'hil. W iseunn, f Cedar
An effort is lieing made to orguuze a i ir
ons part) for one of the evening- 111 wliK h
Hie midv, 1- here.
Dr. ami .Mrs W W Hall will arrive
home Tliesdai from Washington. I) C.
and occupy their new re-Idem e on east
-Mrs. J. K. liuxton and daughter 1
arrived last night from Danville. K)., am)
win spemi a oriel season here, tiefore leav
ing for their new home 111 Detroit.
With the average )onng bpringhehl lad),
in wild, despairing tiursiut of appropriate
spring head gear, tli" cr) is- "Coodness
me" what is that' Nlent le it is the
hat ' "
Messrs. Will and Charles Thomas, and
Mivs Nellie Thomas, of tlnscit). and .Miss
l'earl Neel). ami brother, of .Memi.hi-
,ail for Kuroiie .lull . to lie abroad six
Mr. ami Mrs. John I.. Connable amied
home earl) m the week from their wedding
tour and are (osilv quartered at 117 ea.t
High street, where the) will Iw -at home"
after May So.
Vmong the Springtielder, who attended
the ierform nice of "IJitlielieii." bv Kilwin
l!,I"th. t lKijton lat night, were .lame
lohnsim. jun., Mr. K T. Nelson. Mis
Vnna Johiison. .Mi,- Nellie
Miss Anna .Steele
the lollovung Item i-cIipiK,! from the
societ) column of that interesting paper,
thelleppncr (Ore.) Giizctnc "Miss Carrie
Dillon will teach the -chool un lam C.ulch
thisspnng. Carrie is now del eloping her
muscle with a pair of diim-bells, and jiro-
imsv, i sunjugateoui nun farters freckel
faced Nil if she has to break his back and
horsewhip old Tom if he interferes."
A plea-ant reception was tendered the
i rteran Shakespearean actor, Mr. James K.
Miinlodi. ami his accomplished daughter,
after the recital at Mack's Thur-da). It
occurred at the residence of Mr.
Ileorge II. Kre). on the north side, and
quite a pleasant little urcIeo( literar) jhsh
plo Here present. Tl no sti v .
TEN TO TWO
I. tl. ll y the .Inrysi.xxl In the lleowell
Ko. kliei.l Ca.e lliiorf w suit. I'riM.ner
Arrnlgueil. The jut) in the ciiseof Dtuiiellis. Koc-k
he Id, after a tiresome and fruitless attempt
to arrne at a lerdn t. at 1 Mi )esterdai af
tiruiHiti risked to be releiseil from further
iiinsideratioii of the case, hai ing agreed to
disagree The vote stood ten to two for
defendant, which was substantially the sit
uation from the leri lir-L The colored
juror. Tom (Ta). and Jack Downey, (rom
l'ike township, were the two who stood out
for the plaintiff. The ca-e will probabl)
never come up (or tml again.
During the afternoon ) esterda) the case
6( Martin Kdgar William, for divorce from
Mutha U WTlhaiiiN was heard. Divone
was granted on the grounds of willful ab
sence, the defendant having Ie(t her hus
band six jear, ago. ChTse Stewart fur
OiKOurtbt'Ing coniened this morning,
the parties who had In-en indicted by the
last grand jnrj were arraigned for the pur
pose o( entering their ideas. Scleral were
Kiigene (Jrumbaiker. ind (ted for nolat
Ing the state law and assault and batter),
pleaded not guilt), and his bill was hxcl at
sfiO, which he promptly (urntshed, with
Fred I'mmeliiiau a bondsman.
Alliert Kuttroff. indided for a-sault and
1 batter), entereil a plea of guilt). Further
testimony win ne Heard berore passing sen
tence. Hie extreme nen.lfi ,,, ..i, ......
tence. i ne extreme penalt) in such cases
is 520O anu six- months In jail.
(.eorge W. Leach, forger). 11 w allowed
until .Monday to enter plea,
F.d. W'aguer. embezzling mone). pleaded
Totlaj is divorce da), and three cases
were heard liefore iliimer.
In the suit of Amelia is. FrinkStrimple,
the witnesses were examined and tlie case
The suit of Katie I. Young is. Cic I W.
Young occupied considerable time, lial &
Dial represented plaintiff, and the defend
ant, who was in court, wa- represented b)
Mower and Young. Hamtiff wished to
sell some propert), which she had inher
ited, but the tired for which the husband
refused to sign. There seemed to
be some mnther-in-lavv in the
rase. The senior attorne) (or the defense
Used ler) unbecoming language tow arils
his honor, and was quite effectually and
forcibi) sat down upon by the judge. A
decree was granted to enable plaintiff to
sell propert) clear of the husband', inciim
brence. A notice of appeal via., giieu.
deorge Spence. Esq., a.s attorne) for
l.uella W eb-ter. hied writ thLs morning for
divorce (rom John W. Webster. The plain
tiffs maiden name was Craig. She is only
twent) ) ears of age. Thev were married
in thisioiuit) in December. lisj, and have
three children- deorge II. aged three
icars; neme .lames, aged one. and an in
fant not named. Deiendant is charged with
extreme cruelt) and pro,, neglect towanls
plaintiff, whom he frequentlv assaulted.
beat and choked, besides fal-ely accusing
her in the pre-ei.ce of other, of want of
chastit). knowing his actuations to be
fair. He also threatened to kill her mother
at their home. He has failed to provide
herself and children with proper ilothing.
though health) ami able to work. The suit
is (or divone uul aliiuouj and other equita
The aniiu d meeting of the Ladies' MIs
sionar) society, of the Second I'rrsb) tenan
ch.irdi. will lie hehl tomorrow (Snnda))
evening Ma) s, at sl( i,Kk, In the Irtture
mom of the churrli.
I Ifleen Homes II i.le llnppj.
I! F Itrandom A Co. IniHinaile fifteen
homes happy bv placing this number of
pianos ami organs this week. The slum us
bona tide sales of this number, and iunva.sk
that our readers rail on Hraiutom A Co. this
evening and help them increa.se it to twent)
sales this week. The) will mike prices
ami terms to suit you.
Open this Monday A. M.
Jl anil 8 inchex, with (.'old, Sil
ver and Fane j Head.
Novelties in Parasols!
Xote Specially the "Tnxedo" and
Children's Parasols, 25c to
$2 ; Pongee Parasols,
Mourning I'arasoN, Xew Vans now
open, etc, etc.
-I e st riO H.illM'MtOIie.
WHAT CAN HE DO ?
"Wh). a messenger boy."
"Oh he can i am a package or bundle,
deliver a note, get) our umbrella when it
When what rams, the umbrella?"
"No, w hen the ram reigns. He can take
)our book to the librar), carry a market
"Yes, and eat the turnips, too."
"Xo. he is a poor turnip eater, they say.
Well, he can call )our doctor, distribute
jour drculars and samples, carry jour
i alise from the train "
"Yes. but there is no messenger boy at
"I know : but iou can call one from the
Arcade Hotel or the ticket ofhees."
"Well, where do the) keep themselves?"
"Why. at tlie District Telegraph Office.
You can call a boy on a District Telegraph
ial! box or b) "phone."
"The) haie a telephone, then, hai
"Why, certainl) . No. 150."
"Who told )nu all this?"
"A bald headed man at the encampment
th( other da)."
"(loo.! bje. Here comes my street car."
10 BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE.
SEW OROCERT AXD
One of the largest and most complete
in Central Ohio. Goods no higher than
an) place else. The finest New York
Cream Cheese that can be had ; also,
Edam and Pine Apple Cheett.
KVTHA FINK OLIlKH.
We have the largest assortment in the city.
Call and price our Sugars, Teas
S. J. STRALEY & CO.
3J AND 34 EAST HIOH gTKKBT,
j. j. Mccarty,
51 SOUTH LIMESTOXE ST.,
Preseuts a splendid line of Suit
ings for Gentlemen's
SUITS and OVERCOATS
MADE TO ORDER.
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