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Latest Clrculillsn and Bui Adicrbflrf Mtdium
VOL. XXX11I NO. 114
Circulation Marrh 21 . 4,6.10
Circulation April S. . .. . IV-MO
Clrculnll.iu April 21 10,f.o
PRICE TWO CENTS.
SPRIXUFIKLl), ()., MONDAY H KM.N(., MAY K., is7.
Wiiiltoi.My lti -Ohio
fan weather, followed Hi thr
Jsouthwest iortloii by lotal
iruns, generally cooler
May 16. 1SS7.
Dm fjjafj M M f tifUMit Hit' Intent of tin- inter-staie v 0111
I I I I I I iiiem Law. lleclninisth.it Hie Comiiiis
II I I Mim has iiii ivvcr to suspend Hit-iTalum
" ' b' 1 n tin I11111II1 clause, or anv other, exiept
I I I I ' ihexivpliohal mms. alter a lull hearing.
IIII I mill then onli to prevent li.iut-lil. He
w " ' docs n,,t regard iiiinH'titioii with water
vvn)s a -unii'ii'iil reason. as iieople who
If we were asked what les
son nature teaches -us more
than any other, we should say
it teaches us to dress up. How , ; 'Z"SXZ " -i
... . 'control of lhe loiumercial interests of the
beautifully the trees dress j common t..pie. The people at last in
iifhphol in tin' I.i ice of tin- iiiihiilaiil
themselves in the vernal sea- ami i.ur n.i jn-t u Kver mim" u-pa-.-
-aire the railioadeoriioralionshave. through
son-put on their spring suits .! tu
.... 1 traontinarv conspinicv to secure the 1111II1
as it were. wnerever you
turn the landscape wears Its ith the interests innle.l of tlutisamls ot
r millions of dollars, ami with political in
nnntlc nl oti'imi and the dis- t.resls tar treatei than an money Inter
maiUlt. Ol grLLn, ailll tllC UlS ,-t,at Make, with l.ausl tirt-atluaieliNk-
, . 1 ill" raniestlx anil aliMoush to see whether
tant mountain tops are robeu1 me -oiuinission is to w- unsiisi ami their
1 rnrhts ami inten-sts saeritireil. or whetlier
ill lleeCV Clouds dashed with
sunlight. liven the ocean
depths, like a ghost, cover
themselves with a sheet of
water. Kverything tries to
dress up, except a raw re
cruit. Sheep sport all-wool
the timid hart I
about dressed in skins, and
even the birds have coats in
their stomachs. A swallow
tail coat is not affected by the
. - I
SOCiety yOUllg mail alone, lor
the aiiaCOIlda will Swallow tail,'
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:uai ami an.
x lien JjV-i- '')
sell a suit, 11 -tt ue noining j
11- " " r -. 1 .-.1- i
more than a lawsuit. Don't
be like the man who knew no
north, no south, no east, no
vest, but get vest, coat and
pantaloons together, and be
sure you buy them at
Where you can obtain the
best goods for the least
money. And again we say
unto you, dress up '
25 and 27 West Main St.
If you are in need of a hat,
A bonnet or fiat,
Julie v us a call.
For we are cheaHst of all.
And weiiave just now received
From the "easterly " east.
The most stlish desitns
On which your eye can feast.
Si come get the profits
That are clearly your gain :
J list turn on to Market
From the corner of Mam.
21 NORTH MARKET.
Ketween Main and Cotnmbla StreeR
41. C LYON.
A.D FAMILY SUPPLIES.
The llrMt Canned and Bottled (Hood.
.Slrictlj Pare and First-Clas
lloodn, at Lowest Prices.
The Late C. T. Ward Grocery,
7 WEST MAIN ST.,
Turner of Center, Springfield, 0.
TICI.KPHONK NO. .12.
llreing. Scouring and I'epiiriiic
tIN W. i.lilnjton t.
between MitLet and Center, Springfield, 0.
'!i it Senator Reagan, the Father of the
Law. Thinks of It.- Thf Fourth
Sectiou Should Not Stand.
Illnliie at II ir II irl.or lor thf summer I
Will lit ti I .mdiilnte lit K--Noiiii-iiotlo.i
111. tlnr Itttikrii -lilt
Xk 1I11 In s.milt ( noliim
11? the sssoeiRtcrt Press
Ki Wiiiiin. Kansis. May In "senator
I l'e.icati. 111 rei.iiise tu an inqiiuv nt Mi
I Morrison, has written a letter giving his
have water wa pnvilegcs should not be
deprived ol llieir lienelit. In cuiu'lii-mii.
lie savs: "Dunne all the jean.
tli.U this cn-at question was befoie
-timeless llie paramount issue was
whether the people of lhe coillltr). through
motion ot one. at least, of in im-i
v.iri.mt provisions. .Mil limn 01 peopi
the law is t 1- Mistannsl ami their peotini
M ami political rnrlits pit--rvisl. !
PRESIDENT HAYES ACIN.
:ii;ii llv.lnl I
lorn I i Al
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Cmr . Ma 11!. A 7"ihii s-cial
lrom Coluuiliiis, Ohio, says 11 Is learned
that tlie tiustivs of the Ohio Matt urn-1
eisity have maile a proimsitlon to t'
rresiilent Ilat-sto take the pit-iiiciicy ot .
the iiniersit, ami a strum: effort is Ih'iiic .
maile to cet him to aivept. It is iioinis,,I
1.. ..a..,, u 1..... ..r -.n.i..ii! ....i-r it..! i.u..
that in the hamls ofauoe president se-
l.u..l f..r !...( .nru..t iti ..oj. t..t 1. ill '
1 11 1 I1l 4.11 UlU 1' 111 A l II 111
A 'Ami special lrom Columbia. . C.
sas The Kpiscojial iliiK'esi .111 tsinention
which ailjiiunieil .itiinia tneniin: is the
.tlisoihiuc topic e ery where, anil was dwelt
iimii in a number of sermons yestcnlaj.
The treat majority of Kpiscopahaiis are 111
deadly opisitioti to the neero tH-inc ad-
, nutted into the comeiitioiis and the
preachers hae but few IrirmN 111 the
istand they liae taken. It is asserted
In their lay opimnents that if the nero is
allowed to ote In the conventions, iii ten
or liftct'ii years he will emern the bod.
I'I-ltion has been made by xaeb)
iiiemoers 10 oicauize aim uwnarce an
tireaciiers lavonnc me :hiiiiisiuii ol ine
preachers iaionntr tilt" ailinissiuii
.siloreil man into lhe coin eiition and elect
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BLAINE AT BAR HARBOR.
n- i. m
niiii; lit Kuril)!, :iml Will li
-i f 'miiliiKle.
Itiis-itis, May lti- All Augusta, Maine,
ilip:ilch to the f.'ooi says .lames (..
l.taiuc. (.ovi-rimr lioducll and .lot Manic,
with a part of Mr. Blaine's well-known
lieutenants, have lieen at liar Harbor for
the last few tlajs, making preparations for
I the summer. In spite of statements that
! Mr. Illaine intends to sad for Kuroiie. June
itith. lor M-wral months of absence, it is
I general. understood that he has no such
intention. On the contrary, it is said by
his friends that he is niakim: read tor a
uiroroiis campaimi. and that liar Harbor
will be the political heai!iiiiarter this sum
mer. I . N. Miir.'iu- Ci.nrl lil.tirr
AsiliM.iiiN. Mav li'i. The
Stales supreme court assembled at noon tie
day. The chief Justice auiiuuiieeil the
death of Justice Wood, whose chair was
draied 111 black, and said that as a mark of
rt.peci to the uieuior of the deceased, the
court would adjourn until Monday next,
when motions would lie heard and a later
dute be nxist for the court's tiual adioiirn-1
iiient. Most ol the justices will pi to
ewaik. Ohio, to attend justice Wood's
Mvm.ii irrr. Mich., Mi If.. The
smoke from the forest me-, is niakim; navi
gation jierilons on Lake uHrior. Yester
!.' the irnKlor. Ja.v (.onld. ImiiiiiI fiom
t'lui-.iirii In 1 iiilutli. with a carco of nut
fhaiidise. lost her liejrintfs on account of
the smoke, and ran ashore otl White Fish
l'oints. The proellor I'eerlcss. lu-.miu;
her signals of ilistit-,s. succeedeit m releas
Wlie.lt III VV lt,Hi.tlt.
WniTrw vti i. Wis., May Id. The
iliouKth is liecomin a matter of senons
concern. AIthom;h the weather is warm
;md pleasant, the crass ami cram crops are i
inakiui; but little irrowth. The winter and
' tall -owed cram proves to have lieen les
miureil than was fearetl
Tlie OH r.ui.pir.K .
I.iFiWti, May Hi. In the oil conspir-a-y
case. Jndce Haicht decided to cive the
ilefeinlaiits today to prepare their eee
tions and the district attorney 1.1 days for
ameiiilnients. lie siisjieiideil the sentence
iintii the liearmc and decision of the mo
tion for a new trial.
l VV illir.m O'ltileii I l4Tl.il lo r.irli.imeiit.
Ill nl in. Ma H.- Mr. William OTlneii,
eilitoi of I iiitnl Inhiinl, has been elected
without opposition to a seat Hi the house of
comnioiis toi the northeast division ol
t.erni.inv ntul I'l.tti..
Ill 1:1 is. Ma lo. (.eneral lloulanjrr's
plan tor an eMriuieiital uiubiliatiou of
liie Klein h aim net MoIht is distnisteil
beie. It trance tiitibilie l.erui.ih will
.lake sli.trpe llr.111,.1 Crou.l.
Niw oi:k. M.iv Hi. A creat crowd
tried to cet into J mice
morniiic to hear the
I Miarp's trial.
Ilairett's couit this
oHninc ot Jake
The iiiiuieriiian sale of lots Weilnestlay
1 will Ih one of tin lnt opiirtunities for
! .tu one who may want a lot lor a house or
i as an investment. The lot are situated on
top of lhe Iieautiful lull, just throuch I.a
i conda, and overlook the most picturesiiue
' i ountrv ot all Ohio. Attend the sale and
i liuv a lot Tree hack from 111 rt m n of
lien at 1 o'clock.
ruder-the able management of Mr. Win
S. F.ican. tlie Market street store of r.ivti
ler .V Co. has lieen a grand success. Their
trade la-t satin da) was simply immense,
and taking Imth stores together, will accre
gate the lareest retail ciocer) and iiueens
ware business in this cit).
W'oikuiguien Your iipportiuiilv for a
rieai Imme Is lo buy a lot at the Zimmer
man sale, at J.agoiida, Wetliiestl.1), May
Is Free riilt' fri'lll Hie end it the street
THE HARMONY TOWNSHIP PRIMARY.
A Member or thr Central C.iitimillee Mt
liiloriil. Hie Itepiilillt The line lltm
II (In Satiml.1 .itternoou the KtriiUH
announced that the n'puhliean initial coiu
initlee li.ul liehl a meeting ami iliruliil that
there would In- three tutliii: place at the
appro irhmg pnm.irj in Harmon) township,
viz. ll.iriiinii. l'lattsbuig ami Vienna.
This i incnrieet. The lepnhlioaH ential
eoniniittie lielil no meeting, ami conse
liientl maile no Midi decisions.
The infornialiiiii hj whii'h a representa
tive of the III ii 111 11 aa- imposed was re
ceived lrom Mr. I". M. Cartmell. one of the
ineiuliers of the coiiinntttv. anil the infor
mation was put 111 such a eontiileiit manlier
that it was not luestioneit tor a minute
Mr. Christie lIollowa.seretar) of the con -nntte.
stattil this moriiiiii; that the eoiiiiiutl'
il tl not think ol ehaiiviui; the iiiimliei ot
inline place 111 Harmony township, al
lhiiui;h there wele a tew i'son who ile
sire such a ch nice. Chairman Miles ami
Sivretarj llollowaj were in the eoiiunittte
rooms on isatunlay atternooii re.ulj lo tfie
aiiilVin-e to tliiw persons troiu llaruioii)
township who wanted the niimlieriif otinc
places ch.uiL'eil, hut not one of then ap
liearnl. The pruuarj III llariiimi) town
ship will he helci in ncconlaniv with tie
pmisious of the call. Hlfil if 0t11n; Is ilone
in an other plai e than riattsluirc. it will
not In' recomueil h the comciitKMi. ami
onlv those ilclenati's iimlei the call at
ri.ilt-liiui; will Ih- ailimtteil to tin con
I- 1 I.esher, assessor of N'ew Carlisle
precinct: . I. II. l'ai;e, of Pleasant town
ship, ami .1. V. l'lirsell, of llunnelsMlle
priviuet: maile their returns tn the count
amlitor tmla. tMomlay.) In ev Car
i,',,,. f aii
1.11 fiio a
lisle precinct, Ilethel township, the total
taalile pniH'rty this year is
tain of S'J,"so oer la-t year.
when it was M4'.i,'Jii(l.
In nonneNville precinct the total alnc
in list j, 5'iuvJtii; altie in lsr,. i-y.. 4:0.
In I'leasant town-liip the total value is
2n;,'h;ii: in sm;, J-.';iT.'i.'(l. a loss ()f in.
.V.11. In N'ew Carlisle precinct, tliere are .MS
horses wortli Si1,ils0. 117 cattle worth
S'.i.4ihi. sT watches wortli Sl.TTn. 14 manos
a,i rKaiis worth S:;.lsO. alue of all
ninneys siilgn-teil to ilraft Si4,0'.'(l.
I'leasant t.HU horses worth $' i.i.W
1 "i Is c:ittle almsl at S:ts.79n !' watchts
worth -l.tM in pianos ami orpins worth
4. sin. value
ol all inonevs suhjecl to
DonnelsMlle prifllut 40 horses .iltnil
at s.".7."(i0. 1.01.1 cattle at Sr.i.MO. on
watches at Sl.ii'M). ''' pianos ami orcaiis al
squill: xalue of all moneys subject to
di.ift ; :.-'ti.
QUEER CATTLE DEAL.
Cl.trk ('unlit Mltli l.hn 11 Worllil.
Clifi I. for .i Itniirli of C'Hltlr.
At the Ixindon cattle s.iles last week
l'rauk Sultzbach, who nside two miles
anda half north-west of this cit, pnrchastsl
a bunch ol cattle from l. A. McCoiian
ehe,of Hillslmro, who was artitn; a- ai;eiit
for Marion Dunlap, ot Winclioter. Adams
tiMinti. Tliere were liftceii cattle in
bunch, and the were knocked down to
Miltzbacb at 24 7.1 a head, the bunch
wureiratcd 22.214.171.124. The terms ol
sale wen, of cmrse. c.tslu and SiilUhach,
not Iminc so lante an amount with him,
iraxe MrCiinansliy a check for the amount
on the Mad lliier national tiaukof ShUcit
The cheek was accepted and the cattle
were delivered. In due time the check was
uvehed by the Mad Kher btnk, but a Mr
Snlt7barh had no nione there It was not
Messrs. Dunlap and McConaugliey came
here to imtticate the matter, ami today
Oflicer Wilson tumid Sultzbach and brought
the three men together. Sultzbach said
that he would settle the matter, and at once
did so by sellitu; some cattle and raising the
nccessar 5:'.71.J.1 for Dunlap. He says
that lie had no intention of delraudini; the
men from whom be purchased the cattle.
.irlatiiin to li lt.iliiilrlr.t
the An ml-.
On Thursilay and Friday, Ma 1'J and -M,
the Ohio Eclectic Medical association will
hold its annual session in this cit. as ha
Ir-cii previousl mentioned in the llri'i n-
i.u. On Thursila evcuiiiK. May lu. the
Sprineheld meiuliers of the assi'iation will
tender the visitim; nienilHTs a bnnUet al
the Arcade hotel, which promises to Ih a
delightful atTalr. Followiiiu is the pro
invocation. Krv. 0 . Vincent, M U
Music. .. - KiKio
AddreHt nt Welcome, ... Muynrii Kell
ItesiMiiise. J.C. Hun-tier. M i
Music. . ItlKli.
Kelallnii ol Law tu .Meilktue.
Hun J Kieter
llilatl.uiol Vlcllcinrto l.a.
. l'ruf.A J. Howe. VI H
Mnlk-.tl ljlillatlon. Hon T J l'rlliKlt
I'o I'lijHiclaliH Want .Vli-dlcal Lrulslalluu
tlnr Vertical Asmh iatlous.
Tom. ldck and Itarri
l.i-ist .Mister, .1. E Kussell. M 1.
K.!no. it s itri.lKti.
Some vandal on S-itiuday niirlit broke one
of ht, 1III1I1(.I1M. .,iatc sus, windows m
Willis's dr ciHiils More. The bleak ltnik
a il it had neen doiu with a small bullet.
The class in tmsitiou cost S'-Od. and the
broken pane will lie at once replaced. The
cieater part of the pane is sound and can
lie used in a smaller window.
The Hii.luiell V1I.
The contractors who are to drill the nat
lira! ca well for l.eneral A. x. Iluslmell
at Iiconda. ait in the cit. and the woik
of tlrilliiic will be t oiuiueiicnl this week
If there is anv cas under Lacomta. l.eneral
1 lliishuell proKises to cet It.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Mrs. I . S (Irant's health lias improved
and the ph)sician has discontinued hi
Stephen It Mallon is inken ol as a
couiproinisi candidate in the Florida sena
'lhe Itinera! of the late l'. S. Chief Jus
tice Woods will take place at Newark. (.,
At KniiMiria, Kan.. Yarliorougli. who
levv the son of liobert I.airtl Collier, was
found emit) ol murder in the first tlectee.
Win. OTIrien, editor of the I'nitiil lif
hinil, addresstsl a meeting of the National
League in Montreal Suiiila) night. His
leception in that cit) was enthusiastic.
At Chicago, John Vorbanck, in saving
his eighteeh-moiiths-old babe from bein
crushed b) an approaching locomotive. lost a
lee and was otheiwise seriously injured.
Judge Maxwell, of the Cincinnati com
mon pleas conn, utsjiticit inai tinner me
new 'husband and wife law" a wife can
not recover damages troni the employers of
her hu-bind on atvount of liijutes receivtsl
by him in their employ. She can sue her
husband for caie, nursing, etc., anil he can
recover from his employers il they are
shown to be responsible for the accident.
Workincinen Your opportunit) tor a
cheap home Is lo buy a lot at the Zimmer
man sale, at I..ieoiila. Wednesday, Mav
Is. Free ride from the end of the strett
'1 here is one bouse in Springfield that
does not have to uulatnl. They know how
to buy boots and shoes. Go to the Arcade
Roriiiz.itum of tliw Natioual Guard of
Ohio Particularly Afftttiug
11i Nftrnlh .iikI lliirtfflilli i;ri;lliii
l.iiulril Mini Hi- I iilltr Kiitnii.
lfl n iiiiint liy Kk's
nttit 1 lit llt-lil.
For several mouths a plan for the re-or
cauiatioii of the national iriiurd of this
state has litvn maturiiic. hul not until at-
urdav did ii take definite shape. Nunc
ver iuiHirtaiit and radical chane.-s are
made which Hsially alfts't tlie Seventh
recniient, w hose headiptarters are tn this
city, mid to which the Champion Citv
Ciianl h dunes.
It has l'eii ileculeil that Hie annual en
cauipmeut this ear ivill ho held bv rtci
ineuts, and instead of eiultt mil) sic day's
dut) will le ieiiiirtil. The follow in'c gen
eral onlers will full) explain the matters
lihMkll HfAIV1 4RTIK-.. stI ot OlilU.
VliJI TINT HkXEklL'- Ol I II K.
t on urn . M.iv II. Iss: l
(eiienil Orders. "o i
I'mler the provisionsof Mt'timis M :iti and
:i04:t. Ilevistsl Statues of Ohio, as amendisl
April -is. lssii. the follow mc chauctsi in the
orcani7ation of the Ohm National (.u.inl
are hereby in ide-
I. lhe uiu rence cadets, Co. 1 Sec
ond Ib'Ciiueiit of 111 taut rx iltelleloutaine).
is transferred lo the llnrd recinieni of In
fantrv. and dfsieiMtetl as Comiianv II. of
1 he Xaleiu Ibtles, Compiii) C (Low
er Salem i and the Axlme Cadets. Company
F. (New Matamorasi Sixth recipient of In-
lanlr). are hereb) transferrtsl lo the Xev-
eiiteeuth reciuient ot Infaiilr). and tlesic
nateil as ( onipinies ) and K, respectivel.
of said leciiiient.
i. The Iron City (iuanl, Compan) C
(Yoimcslowui of the Kichth lleciineiil o(
lutaiitn. is hereby tr.uisferreil to the Fifth
lieciuieut of Infantry, ami designated as
Comiianv II. of said recimeiiL
4. The lecniiental oii.'anizatlons heretii-
lore known and desicuatisl as the Seventl
aim i mi eenui ueciineiits r intantr). are
herebv ills untied. lhe rorlune f.lianl. I
(onipanv I ikeiitoni and the r.mlfre) '
i.iciiit.iiaiii. pan) ix 'leiinai ot me ,
OriVIIIII lit-.,!!!!-!!! 1.1 IlllilOllV, airil.lllS-
ferret! to the Second I'eciuient of Infantry,
and ilesicnatisl as Companies HandF.
it.m'tiiely, of said Itecnuent; and the
Midland (iuanl. Company K. i Mount Ster-
iioui. 01 sau .sririu ieciiuem. isiraus-
lentil m ine mxiii iiecuueiiL ami tlesic-
nateil as ( ouip.ui) K. of said Kecimeiit.
The Kllison I.icht (iuanl. Company C
iMaiichesteriof said Thirteeutli I.Vtrluient.
to the Mth lleciment. and
Compinv C of said II ci-
.1. The reiu.iiniiic coiiipaii is of the
Seventh and Thirteenth 1'eeimeiiLs. and
the band of the Thirteenth I'eeiiueut. are
berth) formed into a recniient. to ne
known as the Thirtei'iitli lteciuetit of
Infantry, and the several companies there
of are designated as follows: The Cham
pion City (.uard tsprmctield). as Company
,. ine -scon uraeoous iniiisiioro), as
Coinpanj It- the (ieruiantown l.iclr! Ouard
iCeruiaiitowm. .is Com piny C the Thouit-
son Ueht (.ns.nl Hieorcetowni. as Coin-
pan) D. the Miami I.icht (iiiard (M lamls
burv). as (Vuipaii) K. the livelanU I.icht
(iuanl (liovelatid), as Coiiimii.v F: the
eiiu I.icht (iuanl I euiai. as Comiianv
(.-and the ltarron (iuanl (New Vieun.ii,
as Compan. II. of said Thirteenth I'eei
iueut. The lielil oftlcers ol said ilisUmdeil
reciuieuts i Colonel V. J. White. I.ieiiten-
llit.S..I,.ii,.l tl.irlu IV Tl.. 1
U.I. V"l"ll. VI...1I1 - .'. .I..III1I-WJ1I ..III.
.viujor r.uwaiii i.oiij, ami me ratiKinc '
.r t'..... .... .. ..
siaii-iiiiiccrs are nereny assicneti to ti.ity
as the held and stalf-ollieers of said
Thirteeutli lleeunent: and miles, the
co i iiiamlinc oflicer of said reel-
iiient otherwise. letenniiies by api.intment .
within the ivritnl of thirt) tla)s from the
cers will he honorably mustered out of the
service as of that date. The supernu-
nierary iioii-coiiiuiissioneil stall ofheers will
lie honorably discharctsl or returned
their respective companies, as the com
manding oflicer niaydirecL
rhe v estern l!escrve(iuard.coinp.iii) '
fantry.is transferrtsl totheeiglitlireciinent.
of Infantry, and designated as Compiii) C,
of said regiment.
s. The eomuiaiiilauts ol the several
companies hereby transferreil to other
regimental organizations will reMit. on
the receipt of these orders, by letter or in
jierson. to their rcsective regimental com
manders for dut) and orders:
Hv order of the (iovernor
II. A.Am im.
Major-deneral and AdjuUnt-Cenenil.
Olliciai. W. F. Wit hiiwi.
Colonel and .sist.int Adjutant (ieiieml.
4iikHi. Hi tDvi Aftrrhs. srjiTK 01 tiiuo.i
Vl.ll TIM fltMCKl! 'stl I, fc.
1 on vm -. Mav It Is-:
"tieiicral tirders . ..
1. The annual eiicampuieiit of the Ohio
National (iuanl for the current ) ear will be
held b) regiments.
". The camp of each recniient will be
located as near!) as practicable within the
territory occupied by the organization.
I'erttiem and subsistence will lie allow ed
for the teriod of six days.
1. Kegiinental commanders will, within
thirty days from the receipt of these onlers
select suitable and available eroumls for the
location of then icspeetive encampiucnts,
and the) will iinuiediatel) therealter tor
ward to these headquarters a full and ac
curate description of the location of such
encampments, together with the dates be
tween which they are pni'msetl to be held,
for the approval of the commander-in-chief.
4. No local donations whatever will be
received as a condition for the location of
any camp, other ttian the tree use of the ,
grounds rei'iiired. water privileges and fuel: ,
and no privileges whatever will be granted i
to anv venders of anv kind, excent to the,
,l il r ..1.1,1 .ml,.. I...II l.
restnctnl to tlie sale of such articles as'
may lie prescrilHsl by the regimental couu-1
cil of ailininistratiou.
., . smwaiKMiiiiieoixu-enu reciuieii i On motion of plaintitr and on prtnluct
ilif.llitrx I Imrnli. trf.ii-f.irru.1 tn tliu Vlf.l. i . . ... ...
'.,;. "" ol ir.iu-cripl lrom a lilstice ot the k.
reeunentof infaiitrv, and desUiiated as jl)Ulllr.Ilt ,or s.-, aml p,,, a I(lmle,
xompaiy .. ii saw reeiiiit.ni. , ,. ,yrd It M. Co. v, T. and J M. I!
,.' ,'.1A,Il1'""1. ''".f1 1t'll'i) I), crts. Jtidenientbv default for !f47l) 4i.
ii uii oi mi- jctemeeiiiu recimeiii 01 in- . ,lr iir,.t, . I1......1 I l.
.1. All contracts for railroad transjxirta-1 Illr.,bers ,.f the preen High School grad
tion will ! made from these headquarters, , . . , . , , , .
am! routes and trains to be taken w 111 I an-1 '-. cla--. m which be strong!) advocated
,u.,,CH.I In orders ll.rter.nn.t-r. of r..,l- I iiw """'"'-' "f '" .'l''.'"''.' HiCll School
....,. ... in .tr-.n.r..r-..K.i....... i ...i...r
Uirit - i iii V vjii ik v. biut tiii'i nx. iit-tr tni sj iiv
necessary regiinental exiien-ss,. under the
l.r..tl.m ..f tl...ir ci.i-n.ni.li., oil ,. nu.l
.,.. 111 iin.....P.ir.
.,,, c.'. , ... ," ,, '.,.,..
lilt- cuiir, 11. rv i.i.rini i. nir 4iMi.iniiir-
...a.lebv law: and any oflicer. in behalf of
any organization, contracting additional
bills for camp expenses, and failing to pro
vide for the prompt adjustment of the
same, will be held resiionsible for conduct
pretljiidlcal to the interests of the serv ice.
0. No enlistment of recruits will be
made by an) oflicer within the period of
thirty days next prior to the beginning of
the encampment of their command; and
any company organization entering camp
in 'a demoralized condition, or that falls to
show a reasonable proficiency in company
drill and in the manual of arms, will lie
prompt!) mustered out of the service as
Hv unlet "f the (iovernor.
A. IL Axt.iNK,
M.i1or-(ienera; ami Adjutant-Central.
OfllCI.ll W. F WlfMIAM.
Col. and Ass't Adiitant-(ieii.
Adjutant Putnam, of the old Seventh
regiinent, was seen this niorning b) a Kk
IM 111 ir representative and asked whether
Col. W. J. White would resign. He said
that he would not resign at present, and
would go into camp with the regiment early
in Jut). He said that the Colonel would
be home next month, and would not
resign at least until after the
annual eucaiulunenL Where that encaini
nieul will be held Is a matter of speculation
as yet, and it ma) lie-ilecldul to hold it ill
this cit) l!v the orders civen alsive, the
Hie Six. which has been tlie lecimeiital
band of the Seventh, is civen the co-bv. in
favor of Hi, M.ld l'hirttenth recimeiital band.
This will not Iw well received bv the
lHi)sof the old Sevtiilliwho are now in the
itsircanitsl Thirteenth. The 'I hiiteenth's
baud is cihmI. tint is not to be mentioned in
the saint month with our Hie Six. Colonel
White ami the other olllrer of lhe regi
ment will prohal Iv have soinethinc to sfly
alioiit their music.
A Cfiril f r.iiu .Mr. I. Mill.
To the 1 ditor id the Krinildlc
III your issue nt Satiirdav, I find the tol
' Mi. (icoree K I.inii cave a rifilatlou in
thiscit) last nicht, in which, as printed in
thelmok from which the selection was
taken, "Choii Chonson" is alludnl to in an
uncomplimentary way. Mr. I.inii knew
-Mr John II. Johnson, the real estate acent,
lersoiiall, ami saw him in the .indicnie,
and oucht to have chaucisl the name in the
selts tiou to soineihiuc eNe. We uniler
stanil tliat he is ver) sorrv that he didn't.
He has eooil reason to tie, for Mr Johnson
was one ot the man) who t oiilrihuteil
inont to the cause represcntetl b) the en
tertaiiimeut, ami was unwarrantabl) siili
ts'ttsl to a creat auno).iiice. We are in
formed that Mr I.inii was advised in ad
va'ncc not to use the name meuliomsl. but
that be said it was 'in print,' and lie was
come to do it His conduct is without ex
You do me an injustue, Mr IMitor.when
Jim say in effect, that 1, with malice afore
thoiicht, siihjis'ttsl a ceiitlemau in the autl
lence to a creat aniiovauce. 1 did not.
Ilcreare the fai ts. I used the sentence
just as it Is used in the sketch, viz" "If
auvlsHl) has Ihs'ii telliuc liesonme it is dot
Chon Chonson." Now, so far as that is
concerned, there uiiclit have been sceral
John Johnson., in the audiente. 1 had not
been advistsl to not use the name. I did
not see Mr. John H. Johnson in the larce
audience, neither did I know that he was
thereuntil after the entertainment was
over, and friends told me so.
Certain!) I am sort), t would not pur
ImiscI) would tlie feehnes of aii)oue, who
came to eiiiov an entertainment in which I
took part, no matter who he nneht be- and
if I had wanted to cet a laueh on aii)one, I
certaml) would not have chosen Mr John
In conclusion. Mr. Kditnr. )ou say on
'conduct is without excuse' In view of
,he .im r.u.ts. I think )ou w lit acre. with
,,,.., that I am entirely excusable. If I am
,,, i,nt do wm think ..f Mr. .1..I ..
coiiiinc , ,u hotisealter II o'cliK-k at nicht
and iisinc. In the presence of in) wife, ami
, visitors, laneuaee for which I could have
him puiiisheil? I am ver) sorr).Mr. Kditor,
for the occurrence, but surely not to blame.
If Mr. John II. Johnson (which, you see.
w.us not the name I lise.il had not cotteu
ancry. there would not have been aii)thinc
,.f ti,w ..ui, .,.., .-.a... s.i....,r -
ti..,. , ti,o m.in xir i',iit.,r i
U-h this card, and oldiee!
CASES IN COURT.
tlie I'rlmi'ltil I erni Ci.ilimeii nl -Cftil
ll.l.hi.lhc Dih krls.
The criminal term comineiiCtsl in the
Clark coiihiy court ot common jdcas this
morning. Ibchard Carter pleaded emit) to
the charge of assault ami battery ami was
lined J'JU and costs, to stand committed
The indictment against William Jones,
for grand lanenc), was laid awav-
I ti the case of tlm State vs. John Shaw
and vvifeftirelbuc liipior. the indictment
acaiiist Mrs. Shaw was vnllied. John
sliaw pleailetl guiltv and was lined ill) anil
costs and sentenced to tine hour's imprison
ment in the count) jail
Indictments were laid away in the follow
ing cases- The old Iiiiuor cast against
"S '" ' "
Stafford et al . suite vs. Win.
Minimise selling Iii nor. two cases.
The follow nit; criminal cases have lieen
i ..- ikii... .. iii.il ..ii i, mill -.i.i . . ..in, i r-
n.w..ri.u.l r... .pi.l f..r It' I.. I... l... Iw
ikki,i. ,i, ,i, , i i, ....i.n.i.i
Sta. Vs. Tiinoth) Connell. roht-r): State
, i:,r..M u i ,..i. t..r vt.L i.-.u
Carroi case has' been ti'xe.1 for next
r,rj,lav. Mav -juth.
ti,Mi.';r,i,.i-i i,i,ra u-i,nu ,,.!.......
nlishtsl the following business :
I :ni ire siiiuliiit i w . 1:11.1. i tlri-il sTim
Co. Judgiiieiit for ST.fii.J.li.l and order of
Monls A-l'liinimer vs. IVter Hartnian.
et al. Finding for Win. ittle for 4ii4..1"
and ortier of salt.
Kendall. Osborn A- Co. vs. Win. 11. Hor
ner. Judgment by default forS.".ni.:t4.
The case of Herman Muliio Vs. John V.
Carney, to recover on ait'ouut, commenced
Satmday. is still in progress. The argu
ments hav e lieen Comment tsl.
Souie otlter minor t i-wiri business was
Hi.- I'.u.i Xl.tn. Ojipurliiull),
The highest and liest ambition of ever)
man of small means is to own a home.
His cin-iiiust inees, compel him to do this
chcapl) He must begin with a suburban
lot, alwa)s low prictsl. then tituhl a modest
house and add to it as he c.iti.
Next Wednesilav. May lsth. at the Zim
merman sale, just east of Itconda. within
a stone's thniw of the end of the street car
line. .V. lots, beautifully ami healthfully
located, pnivided with ample streets and
alley , can Ix hid at .1 price just suited to
tlie jKior man's purse Kasy terms of pay
ment. For ID i cuts, round trip, a resident
on an) of these lots can visit an) part of
Don't en a mile and a quarter from the
street car line into a dry, dusty ueighlior
ho.nl. when vou haw the Zimmerman lots
otfertsl joii. Free ride from the end of the
street car Hue.
AH persiris whodesi-e toatte.ul Ih Zim
merman sale, next W'tslnesda), can get free
strett car tickets b) app)ing for them at
the III I'l 1:1 It otlice. VNoaflee bus for
the sale will leave tit I!fii p.i n olhce.it 1
.,. , n,,. I.ignnil.i baud will attend the
"""" " " ' "lr
siiieriiiteliilent . Y Taylor, of the pub-
I he schools, had a long talk totiav with the
co nuieiicenient m tin
forenoon of the day
tixett, and have the exercises occur at the
I " -WOOllus Ol oil III.- campus
nl're olge. Hit proposition was re-
eei veil with dead dlsappniv.il by tlie class,
... . . .... .
I '"V"! "" la' "' ' ?
he matter with having it in a tent
t iree rings and a raised platform.
man named v llliam ('Mini was going
along the I l. .V W. railroad track at the
east end alH.ul lr. ill lost night, and tell ill
the cattle guard anil was very seriously in
jured The patrol wagon was called and
took him up to Dr. Keade's ollice. He ex
amined him very carefully. He was greatly
prostrated.two of his right ribs having been
broken. Die dot tor applied strips of ad
hesive plaster and bandiges, and sent him
i 1 the patrol wagon to his home, on east
Main street, near the stand pun'. He is
seriously injured internally, ami Is in a
Workingmen Your op-iortuiiity for a
cheap home is to buy a lot at the .imnier
111:111 sale, at Lagunda. Wednesday, -Mavis.
Flee ride from the end of the street
Starkey A Scow den, boot and shoe deal
ers, in the Arcade, report the largest sales
ever made in tl'.is city In boots and .shoes.
Their additional room pleases everbody.
See the new novelties In millinery at 3io.
OS East Main street.
A WELL-SPEXT YEAR.
Animal MeHnnr of tbe Spriugfitlil W C.
T. U. at Temwrance Hall.
Reports ..I lhe s.i reliirv ..ml rreu.iirer.
sliuw lot; Hie VV ork for tlir V ear
The station Huns, nu.l .lll
Work lim.ers r.le. lr.l.
Siinda) afternoon at half past three
o'clock was held the thirteenth annual
meeting of the Woman's Christian Temper
ance I iiioii ot Springfield. The llurtuu
was onl) fairlv well attciuled. I'sin the
platform were seated nearly a score of the
iiDinliers of the union, while man) more
of thein were scattered throuch the audi
ence. Mrs. J I!. Wert, the worth) pres
ident, had charce of the met tine.
The exercises welt- ois'iictl with singing.
Miss Coruor piesiding at the organ Mi
Weru read the lo.:d I'salm. after which
Kev. John Howe olferetl up a fervent
The president said tint she liebevetl it
was Iiecaust we have triisttsl in the Lord
that we are here to hold our thirteenth an
niversary, for it was thirteen years ago
that weorganieil. and we ought tube
thankful that Cod has spared us to engage
in this work.
Miss S. K. Cavileer, the elhcient and
faithful secretar). read tlie
si rni r mix's nn'oiii
Miss Frances Willanl sa)s It is a
grand thine, siirel, to 1m abletotraieuHin
the canvas features of beauty but ah' tore
store the im ice of (iod to the fai e. That
Is reall) the face that smiles into vourown.
To restore, then, the image of l.od, which
was lost that is a better ollice.'" To tlie
woman of the inisade, this has tiecouic no
trite say ing; those who entertsl tins work
did la) aside nianv of the beautiful artistic
things which go grcatlv (l make up the life
of a woman, and they half cone steadily
on, ear after )ear The love of the Iieau
tiful has not lessened in theirlives. but that
lost image which cannot lie restored with
out the salvation of the miiiI has led thein
to go w here the surroundings are neither
artistic nor U-alltillil. where there is noth-
ing to draw out the alTet tions but this same i
lost image which the Sou of Man came to
seek und save, and mike a 'new
creature" or a "new creation.
in summing up our year's work, the
sowing of the seed has lieen done. We
leave the increase with Hun. the work has
been done for Jesus and Hi trill take care
of IL We have held weekl) pra)er meet
ings throughout the 5 car.
ance Hall was built, the Central
Methodist Episcopal church gave us
a home for several ) ears free of charce,
everything furnished us. the same as we
have today, and to thein we owe a debt of
gratitude. We have held twelve regular
business meetings., with many more Infor
mal called meetings. Our lail work, with
but little Interruption, lias lieen carried on
ever) other Sabbath, alternating with some
young men from High street M. K. church.
To us these meetings have lieen of uiiiisiial
itii.io: si v rioN vvoiik
Iscarrieti on every Sabbith. Col. Dotzeha.s
made every endeavor to make our meetings
a success. He arranges seats for the pris
oners so the) will face ns. In one of our
services a pledge was asked for. s we
had none, one was ilra'-n up, and we have
been told tlie infii who asked for and signed
that pledge has never broken it. We sent
tuour W. T. 1'. A. Y., Cliicaco. for pledges
and presented thein at both jail and )n!ice
station. Thirteen took the pledge in jail,
and sixtv-two in the latter. Many interest
ing cases, come to our Limn 'edge In this
work, but we will only mention a few. A
touching little testimony has come to
me from a member of my own
church of the result of a
pledge and our work in the jail. It seems
the man was working for him when arrest
ed. He sent a note to 111 nt telling him he
had "signet! the pledge and meant to do
hetter." Hut this friend suinmse.1 ne want-1
eilonl) toliereIeastslfroniwi.rkingbistIn.eI','ra'-cr't"0'"'1'--t'". from Dr. Rust's time
out, and did not go near him. At the expi- ' forward, and closet! with an explanation of
ration of his term he went to him and told the position of the Union toward the thin!
Idtn ."The ladies coming there had don I party.
bun grxl: that they were just as angels to
bun." A ouietness nervadetl these services.
uneiua!etl ill our churches. Again and
.iiraln we have seen these strong men ween
as tbev have lieen told of their salvation
from sin. We have distributed more liter
ature than all the)earsof our former work.
W e are indebted to I ratr-tou .v Stow e. of
Cincinnati, for a five-i-nuiid package of se
lected tracts for free distribution: to Miss
Slary Hamilton, forsoineteinperaucetracts.
and to many of our church people, lor reli
gious news paiiers, and as, their tracts and
news paiKrs have been arranged weekl) for
going out, the prayer has gone with then
"iet some word reach simie heart. lhe
listribiition of pai-ers at tlie railroad w.iit-
inr rooms we have given to the Ys, and
we find it a prum singvvork.
Till. Flow Kit, VllssliiV II XV.
June '.1. was ole.erve.1. This is our national
iik-rinteiident of Flower .Missions' birth
day. We used the "Prison Day Service"
prepared by Miss ( autsla). the prisoners
taking part ill the r -s.onive reading and
singing of lhe by 11 n "Jesus Loid ot .My
Soul " Miss Caneda) s hx mil, as It is called.
Pra)er was offered, then the leader gave a
sketch of the Flower Mission superin-
tendaut anil work, a special message
written with her own band. The
-mem of 3Hs llavergill. "What
w II joii di without him."
was read, the words were underscored,
making it ver) iersonaI. The leader then
bade the prisoners to take these little cri
ture texts which the) would find titsl to
their bonnets with white ribbon, prepared
b) Miss Caneday, and receive them as a
message from (Jod from her that her pale
face would Ik turned heavenward ami she
would lie asking 1 bid's blessings throughout
the da) upon each little tract of scripture,
that it might prove a blessing to the salva
tion of the soul, and that .1 message of
(iod'slove should come to them 111 each
little flower, and as the) breathed the fra
grance it might tie to them as .1 refrain.
"Cod is love," "Cod Is love." When the
question was asked what message should
lie sent Miss tamila). one of the men said.
"Tell her we wish she would get well and
go about doing good, as you ladies are do
ing." This was an unexpected testimony
of our efforts to lead men to seek their
trcedom in Christ Jesiis. After the service
we were admitted in the circular iron door
and passed the Iwuqucts through the open
ings of the bars.
In the evening at 7 o'clock, the service
was rejieatetl at the polite station. Who
can tell the influence that goes fioni that
sick-lied in Louisville to those imtuitt in
chains'.' Illessed mission' ltlesscd work
for Jesus '
Christmas letters were given the pris
oners after a brief service on Christinas
morning, two of them testifying alterwanls
their gratitude, one saying he had sent his
home and would keep it to r.-ineinber
some one had tried to make the day
pass happily, and as soon as his
term was served out in the penitentiary, he
would go home to his mother and lead a
different life. To the jsilice station we gave
Christinas cards w ith a Christmas serv ice.
June 4 and 1 wegavedinner and suppers
to enable us to raise our 5100 pledged to
ward the building of temperance hall. It
was a success socially and Una icially. The
Clark county W. C. T. U. had two ice
cream stands at the county fair, the Spring
field Union taking Thursday for their day,
and appropriating the proceeds to their own
use. The proceeds and exjieniliture of
money ) ou will hear from our treasurer.
Temperance literature was distributed
September 29th we went to Temierance
hall to occupy the room called the W. C. T.
U. room. We held
. A PltAlSK MKETI.NI.
and texts of Scripture, were repeated.
One was taken as a motto for the year:
"We will rejoice lu Thy salvation and In
the name of the Iird we will set up our
bann.rs. The Lord fullill th) iietitimi."
We neie repn-sente.1 iiioiir state conven
tion b) Mrs. West and -Mother .stew art.
We otserveil the nll-da) pra)er meetint
Oct. Ii'., from Ilia. m. to p. in., follow ine
the V W. C. T. I . programme. Otl. IT,
Temperance Sabbath was observed in Tem
perance hall. We organized the Y W C
T. IT. Octolier Itith. with nfteen meiuliers.
We assisted in the bazar held in Temr
ance hall. Our W. T. I'. A. of Chicago
fiimi-hed a table, which our union took
charge of. Open house January 1st was
held in the W. C. T. I', rooms from tl a.
in. to '. p. ui., the W C T I s and Ys re
ceiving. the day proving profitable and
pleisant to all who participated.
We have four local superintendents
Nm.il I'urit). Mrs. David Hums
juvenile work. MlssClokey. literature, Mrs.
A. IL Alexander work among foreigners,
Mrs. Susan Prince.
We have had to mourn the loss of two of
our memliers by death. Mrs. Marcaret Ful-
lerton and Mother Cuuimingv. The latter
w as associated with our work from the
Iirst. e held memorial services for her in
Temeratice ball. Six have remov tsl from
our midst, one our treasurer, Mrs. J. II.
Smith, who served us so faithfully for
nearly two ) ears. A lecture given by Moosa
and wife for benefit of the Union and U. 1'.
church was a very fair success. I'etition
was circulated for scientific temperance in
strtiftion in the public schools. ltters
were written our representative to the same
effect. The day of prayer was ubserveti
March -.', for the success of the amend
ment for constitutional prohibition in
Our Union number) eighty paying mem
hers. Last yearne numbered Hurt) -Ine.
We have more than doubled; an increase of
forty-live over last year. The membership
fee is so cents, each union pay s -.'0 ceuLs a
lueiubt r to state treasury to carry on the
work of the state. Trusting this year we
will take no hick ward stew, and if an)
are hesitating to join us on account of
public opinion, let me quote to them the
words of one of our greatest temperance
workers this century has known, "The
world will never be the better for lis. If we
trim our sails to the breee of public oplu
At our annual meeting of the Women's
Foreign .Mission Society ofthel'hihulelphia
branch, our president gave lis the motto
for the ) ear "1 io Forward." I.et us take
this as our watchword. This Is a field of
as true mission work as Cod gives to His
children. Let us not grow weary if re-
suits tlo not come speedily
The following officers were elected at the
annua! buslne-is meeting: I'resident, Mrs.
J. 11. Wertz; first vice-president, Mrs. Dr.
Helwig: second vice-president Mrs. Flynn:
third vice-president. Mrs. J. A. Dinwiddle;
fourth v ice-president, Mrs. A. W. Otstot;
fifth vice-president. Mrs. If, S. Thompson;
secretarv. .Miss S. K. Cav lleerr treasurer.
Mrs. D. M. Hums; executive committee.
Mrs. o. C. Wheeler, .Mrs. K. 31. Kissell.
Mrs. WllberColvin. .Mrs. John Itowe ami
Mrs. M J. Itandall.
The annual remrt of the treasurer, Mrs.
D. M. Hums was then read
Till xst i:kii' l!FrOI!T.
( .nil on hand at last report $ i. 71
Total membership fees for year 4o i
From dinner and supper. June vth . Tl Ii
Collections ot cash lor ball ft
Proceeds at county fair.. ... 11)1 U
" .Mr. .Moosa's lectures- lti o)
Interest, etc ". r
Total . 5.W 14
Kxpeascs dinner and sutmer. . 31 "1
l'ald on Temperance Hill ltj oi
Literature, stationary, pledges. ttc - 5J us
Expenses to Mate Convention II iiO
at is-unty ftur l'i 4.'.
Matting for hall 17 41
Chairs - . . 21 T
second subscription to hall S io
Mrs. Lrego"s expenses 213
.Mrs "vrlterand post.ice ti 14
miday expenses . II 22
Mrs liray. state Treasurer It
ltitlanre in treasury.
Mas 1. M Huxs.
After singing the hymn, "Work, for the
Night is Coming," 3lrs..l.A.Dinwiddieread
a very able pajier on "The relation of work
of the Womaiis' Christian Teinjierance
I nion towards temperance. the paper
traced the progress ami advance of tlietcm
I Dr. Helwig, who was expected to be
I present, was unavoidably detained b) his
1'astoral duties. 3Ir. J. F. 3IitchelI niadea
1 touching little talk.and Ilev-Meretlith.
of New Castle. Intl.. who happened to be
present vv a. called out, and nude a brief
address, full of encouragement and admon
ltinn to press forward. The meeting
closed with singing and Iionedictlon by Kev
The Itiotlinell C!iiititniiiu Or. ! II. .1.1 tin
Intereitllnr itml Inst rot tit e .sleet Inc.
Last Friday night the Ituslmell Chautau
qua circle held a very Interesting meeting
at the residence of ilr. ami .Mrs. K. D.
l'laistcd. No, 17 north Factory streeL It
was Scott nigliL and each member, on roll-
call, was exvted to give a quotation from
the writings of sir Walter Scott on rescind
ing to his name, lhe exercises were opened
with a vocal duet charmingly rendered by
the Misses Kamsey.
Mrs. John Winger then gave an Instruc
tive and interesting account of tlie lifeot
Addison and his writings.
31iss lliishuell, from whom thecircle gets
its name, followed with the story of Scott's
"Ivanhne which she related brilliantly.
3lr. John L. l'lunimer's paper on "Feud
alism" was one of the finest that has been
given before thecircle for some time. It
was charmingly written, and indicated con
sideraiile siimy ami researcn. a
NOT THE BOLT OF JOVE.
Holt or Cloth stolen From MMrtlu
Kreis's Tailor Hlore.
A valuable bolt of gray Middlesex flan
nel cloth was stolen about H) o'clock Satur
day night from Martin Kreis's merchant
tailoring establishment, in the Iiookwalter
block. High street. At the time mentioned
Mr. Kreis was busily engaged sting up
his accounts, and did not keep his usual
strict watch 011 the front door. Two
v Dung men entertsl ami told Mr. Kreis that
that they had Iven standing on theopposite
side of the street, and had seen a colored
man sneak In to the front door, "pinch'
the Is lt of cloth, and run down High street
toward the Arcade, The young men hail
giv en chase, but the coon had eluded them
in the darkness of lrinirose alley. Mr.
Kreis made an examination and found the
goods missing as the voting men had
A Victim of lhe St-rft Cur Accident,
Miss Minnie Cline, of Cedarxille, the
young lady who was so badly injured.
with others, in the collision witli a street
car and a I lee Line freight, last fall, was
able to assume her position as book-keeper
at straley A Co.'s today, for the first time
since the accidenL She has had a long, se
rious siege of iLand several tunes hercontli
tion has been feganled critical. .Miss Cline"
man) friends in tins city rejoice to know
of her recovery.
Trying to Form a Henry George Clnli.
Alfred S. Houghtou. 31. I)., of Cincin
nati, secretary of the Henry George Club,
of that city, was in Springfield a portion of
lxst week, taking the preliminary step to
w anl tlie organization of a Henry George
club in Springfield. It I reputed that he
met some very good success anil found
lively interest in the project. The matter
has been left In the hands of a number of
those Interested and in all probability a
club will be formed in this city.
A most beautiful display of summer mil
linery is delighting great nuittbeis ot lad ea
at Harry B. Wragg's store. No, a$ East
il Wool and Silk and Wool Fabrics
Medium and Light Weight (foods for spring
and summer wear.
-1 m fc no jL.iiii.Mton.
We have now open the most complete
line of Illack Dress Coeds ever display eti
in this city wesptx-iallvcall attention to
our line of Illack Goods maile by It. Priest
ly A Co.. Bradford. England. Priestly'
Silk Warp Henriettas. DrapDTllanc Serges.
1n111res, cialrette, TaniLe Convent Cloth.
Melrose and Crape Cloth, etc.. ranging In
prii e fnmi 7.V and upwaad ; Nun's Veiling
for Mourning Veils ; thin Silk fabrics, such
as surahs. Crats de Chine. India Silks.
Anuiire Silks and other new weaves.
Illack Chantilly I.ace Flouncines and
skirtings just oiiened in exceptiouill)
beautiful designs and at ver)' low prices.
New Parasols anil Silk Umbrellas lust
ojieuetl, ami many other new goods and
many new bargains.
DRY GOODS HOUSE
:!4 and 8( Snath I.imrstoae M.
This is a red letter week with us as re
gards new gootls. Our shelve are now
loaded down with new Summer Goods of
all descriptions ; and every department la
crying out for space in our weekly budget
of items, to proclaim the merits of certain
specialties just added to our already attrac
3Iany new things can be found in our
Dress Goods department, in the lighter
weight Woolen Gouits needed for the
months of 3Iay. June and the cooler days
in July and August. The popular shade
are to be light and dark heliotrope, gas
light green, silver greys, blue stone grey,
('uaker drabs and light tan colors. In al!
the new and fashionable weav ea w e hav e the
atiove colorings, and at our usual very rea
sonable prices. Please come ami see them.
JOHX 3ICLAKE.N A HZ'O.
Do you need a Parasol this year " Then
plea-e look through our stock before yon
purchase, or you will make a great mistake.
We will gladly show you our fine assort
ment w ith the prices in plain figure on
each one; then if you want to, you can
look all over town, and ten chances to one
) ou'll come back and buy from us. That i
our exiierience so far this season. We cer
tainly have the most stylish goods In the
market and tlie lowest priced. Don't be
Iiersiiaded to buy one until you have ei
amined our goods.
JOHN 3ICLAI.EN & Hl'.O.
lasik after a bargain in Sateen at cent
.i)ard; we won't say a word more about
thLs , it s too go.nl a thing to last long. On
the same counter w e display a line of
inch tine Hatisteat lOeayard. well worth
2iic, and the finest assortment of Crinkled
Ginghams ever offered In the country.
JOHN 3IcLAP.E. A BItO.
Among the late arrival are the follow
ing Fans, of which we show special values,
at iV. 50c 75c and SI.
A new lot of Sultana Drapery, (printed
scrim cloth) from 10c to 16c a yard. This
makes beautiful curtains for dining or
Artificial Flowers for decorative purposes;
nice to put on the lace curtains, or on the
mirror, or on your bat if you like ; at - to
20c a big bunch, and lot of other nice
goods too numerous to mention.
10 BL1GKH OPERA MOUSE.
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