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VOL. XXXIII NO. 122.
SPRINGFIELD. O., TUESDAY EVLMMi, MAY 21, 1887.
T 1 WiiTo..lay I -OMc:J
fl paulim warmer, iiireftienlni.
xL,, Iweatlier loenl ntlnn. folUiud
b tailing temperature
Sl'KINGFIKLI), O., )
May 24, 1887. J
For the When this has been
about as lively a spring as
was sprung at any time since
the first one. We have cer
tainly had our share of the
boom. As was said when the
man died and an acquaint
ance asked of what complaint
he died "no complaint;
everybody is satisfied." We
are satisfied, at least, and if
yon are not, it is perhaps be
cause you are -not properly
drt-ssed lor this season, but
are wearing your old winter
clothes. Don't do it any
longer, li you will come and
see us, we will show you a
multitude ol good reasons
why you should not.
We have underwear of
everj' description : India
Gauze, Balbriggan, Angola,
Lile Thread, Netted, in cot
ton, wool and silk.
Special bargains in patent
India Gauze at 25c, and super
Angola at 75c, worth $1.
We are headquarters for
25 and .27 West Main Street.
Holmes & Coutts.
Sea Foam lYaferH,
Home Made Uinger Wafers,
lee Cream Wafers,
Oaten Flake Wafers,
and iiraham Wafers.
All of the above fresh ami tor
m salit the.
J. M. NIUFFER.
lltele,.ScoBrU; and Repairing
1 MY I
UH W. Waahlngton at.
.tv?(ca Market and Center, Springfield, O.
RIGHT WORTHY TEMPLARS.
Thirty-Thinl Annual Session at Saratoga
Proposition to Unite the Americau
and English Branches.
lljuaiulte ami Anna I'seit l Mrlkrs
lu ii.l.llllu Hu) Mmitei In
By the xsviclated Press
Sxitxnmx, V. , Ma) 24 The Hurt)
tliir.1 annual session t Klght Woith)
lirand Uhtee Templars comened In tlie
Methodist Kplscopal chun h at 10 u clock
tin-, iimriiliit;. The session iU continue
ten ita-.liiiK the iiiiit important ever
held lij the Uxly, at Hit ipicslioii (it a re
uiiluii if It-, two hramhes. which wire sep
araUsl ten )ean ago bj a secession of some
if the trans-atlantic graud lodges, will come
up fur action tlirouuli tlie united recom
mendations troin ImIIi branches and advice
from tin- most prominent members if the
order in the world. The branch of the order
sometimes called "The F.nglish branch." or
the "Sweeders." are represented by dele
gations of lenty-iiie from acrws the At
A union timinittee of conference repre
enting ImHi branches helil a xession jev
tenlay.which reinirteit haMnic lieen entlrelj
liariiHinlotiH aiul faoralle to the reunion
4utrK' CMltlillttrl lij I1IkIu Mlllr.
Hki'.iki-, May 24. Many of the men
uu the strike in the mining district- of
lleleimn imssess arms and eiplosh es.
Many an outrage has lieen nnninlttnt bj
the u of djuamlte. mcludinic the destnie
tiou of machinery and the blow Ing up of
the abodes of the manager of the mine.
Sex era! arrests ha e been made in connec
tion with the outrages. At Cronfesta. an
attempt has been made to destroy the rail
ij bridge with explosives. A riot has
incurred at Verer Sous- CheireinonL
arising from theMriLers compelling Cennan
colliers to stop work in the mines. A num
ber of arrests were also made there. In
consequence of night Socialist demonstra
tions lu llruvsels, processions and gather
ings In the public streets have been pro
hibited. DROPPED OEAD.
W. A. rurtlebmuch. Em.. m frtuiliient
Ijmjcr of Vrhana. Ksplrr Htifitlftily
Kniui llritrf lll,ar.
Special Difpatch to the Republic.
riiiiwt, ).. May S4. V. A rurtle
baiighi e-Mj.. a nealthy and leadim; lawyer
of this city. dnipied dead this morning,
sugposedl) of heart disease. He was sen
ior member of the hrm of Purtiebaugh .V
IVdand. Mr. I'urtlebaugh had been in his
usual health, and his sudden death Is a
profound shock to tlie communitj.
A It.iJ nil.. Klll-Ml Thr-i- Oilier, anil
WiLMiMiToN, V. V.. May 24.-Grant
Uest, a negro Imij who killed three of his
companions and wounded two others at one
shot, a short time since, was found guilt)
of murder In the first degree in thecriuilnal
court today. At the time of the shooting
there was an Impression in general that It
was the result of carelessness, ltesl Is
oul) e enteen years of age,
A Kanliirkj AmamIuaUoii.
Ciminnvii. Ma) 24. A s)ecial from
lirorgetottu, t).. says: Marshal K. Whlta
ker was shot on the street yesterday while
walking with his wife, near his house, b)
Henry 11. Campbell, and dangerously
wounded in the right arm and side. Caiup
UJI used a Siringheld rltle. He had been
arrested several times b) the iuarlial, anil
onl) the day before the marshal Interfered
to stop Campbell's disorderly-conduct at his
own house. Campbell gave himself up.
UKlitiiltift Kills it Man iin Ills Way fnim
Dpxtpk, Mo., May 24. While a number
of citizens were returning from prajcr
meeting, near l.eora, Sunday night, .lames
l Hutlerwas struck by lightning and in
stantly killed, and Italph McCain was luir
al)?eil and is in a critical condition. Knur
companions were severel) hocket.
AftMUainatlun aotl siuli-lilr.
Sr. Ia)I"s, May 24. A special from
Houston. Texas, says: Win. Warnicke.
who shot his sister. Mrs. Uuinpe, Saturda)
artemonn. went scarcely three hundred
nls from the scene of his crime and blew
out his own brains. His body has been
found. Mrs. Kumpe is still alive.
Wind Murni lu Kana.
lliivt, Kansas May 24. Last evening
a'ut 'i'."Jl a storm destroved five dwellings
and the school house, blowing siv cars
tiniii the railroad track and doing consider
able damage generally. Only one ersoii
was injured a man named Kelnap. Sev
eral bridges ere washed away.
l.iClilnlnc and Kax- Hall.
White Hill, HI.. May 2. The son or
Michael Welch was found dead beside the
fence on Calv in Hick's farm. He w as cross
ing a wheat he,ld from a bxse ball game
Alien he was struck by lightning.
Iimmin, Mav 24. A dynamite bomb ex
ploded under the police court at Hebburn,
Durham count), last night, partially dc-
stro)ing the building, the outrage is at
tributetl to strikers.
Marked Carda llulillj. Ailvrrrtl.iil.
Yesterday morning, a well-known Main
street saloonlst, received a letter in a plain
sealed eiiTeloie addressed "To any saloonlst
in Springfield." Inside, there was a small
er uianilla envelo)ie, on which was printed
with a rubber stamp, "Please hand to some
poker-plajer." Inside tuts envelope was a
confidential circular to iiker-pla)ers otter
ing to sell them marked cards for use In
hrai-e games The cards are marked In
Indelible Ink, and the adveitUer offers a
reward foraii) gambler who can detect the'
mark on the caul without, hrs. getting a
pointer on how to go alsiut it, fri m the ad
vertiser. The linn, which advertiv-s is
located at Minneapolis
Tlie Carroll Kliltiexdvlueii! Ca-.
The Carroll case Is still grinding slow',)
along In common pleas court, and nothu.;
new or of special interest, lie-s been devel
ped. A ItKi'l'in 10 reporter was tiild tila
t tat ten )ears ago Judge Htaiidln. otCIeve
land, the senior counsel for the delen-.
a id one of the most superb law practitiuntrs
ver heanl In this court that ten years v
h was an ordinary rallroa.1 brakemau. Si
in ich for push and work nnc good morals.
Chief Walker yesterda) recovereila few
eignrs supsiseil to liave lieen stolen some
time ago from (ieorge Hurnell's stiire on
South Yellow Spring street The cigars
were found in the pocket of a pair of old
trousers belonging to Clarence Anderson,
who was yesterday arrested for the Uurnell
Hi-tenth Ward I'ropartjr.
.lames Quintan, assessor of the Seventh
ward, returned his report to the anditor to
4ty. The total taxable property in the
ward Is 8505,612, against $202,911 a gain
Smoked beef tongues, Arcade grocery.
AN EXCELLENT CONCERT.
A small Aiiillrme Well Plrat Willi Hie
Final Knurl iiMlieOrplirim " iety.
'1 he storm that raged so violentl) the
earl) part of last (Motula) ) evening reduced
the atteud.uice at the Iinal concert of the
Orpheus suciety, at Temperance hall, I"
minliuum, and onl) a haudtul of issiple
heard the really excellent programme len
dercd. Kinaiiciall), it was a laine and im
IHitent conclusion tothc season, andlhris'tor
Itlumeiischelii wore the air of a man on the
1.1st verge of iHireilom. The apath) that
has been growing in the mm-IcI) for some,
time joined with the bad weather to keep
.twa) man) members of the snciet), and a
small frattiononl) ol thediorus was pres
ent. N'ot only this, but a goo.1 part of the
M-iet) isvupieit siits in the uudieiite .ud
took no part in the concert,
Charles llauer'sllanuoii) orchesliaopeiieil
the piogramuie with an excellent over
ture, which went with a spirit that man)
an older musical organisation In the cit)
might cop) to advantage. The society leu
dertsl Handel's "Lift I p Your dates" with
excellent etfect and volume, considering the
diminished size of the chorus. The ladies
chorus, "Oh Sk) lark for th) Wings." by
Smart, was a delicious number and the
ladles of the chorus sang It par excellence.
Throughout the concert, by the way. the
choral work was admirable. Willie lkiner
plaveil MendelsMilin's wedding march ver)
accptabl) on tlie violin, and Miss Jessie
Wolfe's soprano solo. "Oh, Mighty Pens,"
from llaj dn's 'Creation," was delightful!)
rendered. The male chorus. "Summer
Shir," by Meiidelssohn.uasotuitted, owing
to the diminished size of the chorus. Miss
Florence I,ow plajed a Chopin wait? up to
her usual .standard and the Messiah chorus.
"Sung Unto (lod." closed part first.
The orchestra opened part second with a
lively medley of national airs and the so
ciety sang "See the Conquering Hero
Conies" with vigor and precision. Miss
Aggie Stout, a leading soprano of the Day
ton Philharmonics, next favored the audi
ence with a brilliant waltz song, full of
technical difficulties but executed in a
most charming manner. Pror. Illumen
schein himself plavtsl the accompaniment.
MissStont is iosessed of a voice of much
native sweetness, and it shows magnificent
cultivation. She delighted audience and
chorus alike last evening. The ladies' cho
rus "Axe Maria." by the society and
Miss .lessie Wolfe, was a delicious numlier,
but the soloist has lieen heard f i better ad
vantage. Mr. Frank Prothero sang a bass
solo In his full delicious voice, and was
warm!) applauded. Itisalwa)sa delight
to hear Mr. Piotliero sing. The Mendel
ssohn male chorus was omitted from lack
of numbers Mrs IU A. Starke) and Miss
Ksthcr Sinison sang a duet from "Linda"
very delightfully, their voices blending in
the most pleasing harmony. The stirring
"Hallelujah" chorus closed the programme
and it was sung with all the spirit of which
the diminished chorus was iossble.
Too much credit cannot be given to the
faithful members of the Orpheus who took
part last night and it must lie said that
the) never did better or finer work.
DOINCS OF THE MILITARY.
Unti-rs IsMiird to the Champion Cilr
Ciiai-d Ijxst lcht Niiii-Ciiliiiiilwliiiird
ttttlirrs to Come Ip standing -Aildl-llonal
The new oflicers of the Champion City
Cuants, Co. "A." Thirteenth Iufantr), O.
V. I!.. prose to retain the xsitiou es
tablished for the compaii) under Captain
Mark Smith's commanding. The ortiivrs
I rom Captain Wagner down are able and
efficient and w hat Is equally iieeessar) as
ability, are enthusiastic In the ;ierformaiice
of their duty. This enthusiasm has been
infused into the men in the ranks ami there
is not the slightest doubt that in camp or
cm theneIirCompan) "A" will lie a credit
.ast hriday night Captain Wairncr made
a requisition on the state for fifty overcoats
fifty kuatisacks and fifty canteens lu ac-
ordance with instructions from headquar
ters and Me supplies will probably lie re
ceived this week. The company now has
twent)-fne overcoats and lift) knapsacks,
whli h the members purchased themselves
At the regular company drill last night
the following orders were published
UwiiyltKTBItS ChaUCIOS ClTV 111 KU.
Co A. 13TH lWASTHY. O X ll
TiuariL!.ii. . May Sk lss? I
Company Dnler Xo. 10
I. Having accepted an Invitation from
Mitchell post So. 4.1, (i. A. It. to partici
pate in the Memorial Day exercises on .May
::0, thi' command is hereby ordereil to as
semble at the company armory Monday.
May 30 at 12 o'clock sharp, for public uv
rade. II. Kach member will provide himself
with clean white gloves, a celluloid stand
Ing collar and will see that his uniform is
in perfect condition. The armor) will be
open all the morning of May :w.
lly order of Williaxi WwiNKit.
Capt CoinM'g Co.
Wvi. II. Ci.aiik, First Serg't
HlllNl'lKTriS ChiINOV ClIV (iltKll
I'll. A.13TU Imaktrv U. N li
srBivr.HlLU, Ohio. May2i.lsST J
SricuLOai.kK No. 1, sum 1S57.
An examination of the non-coraiiiissioneit
otlicers of tliis comiiiand will lie held in the
Company Armoi) on the evening of .In!)
1st ISsT. The examination will be confined
to the School of the Soldier and the School
of the Compaii). Couietent judges will
be selected who are thoroughly familiar
with the tactics and who are in no wise
connected with theCompan).
1 1. Kach non-commissioned officer to re
tain his present position must have a grade
of 0 per cent.
III. Those hon-comiiiissiuiied otlicers
whiise standing is lietweeu 00 per cent and
"0 per cent will rank in accordance with
IV. If any non-commissioned officer fall
to attain a standing of (o per cent In this
examination he will beat once reduced to
V. Any non-commissioned officer who
fails to attend school three nights in suc
cession will lie immediately reduced.
lly order of
Captain Commanding Co.
Wvi. 11 Cl ink. 1st Sergeant.
The ordrr which provides for an exami
nation of non-commissioned officers em
bodies an excellent Idea. The examination
wlU iiisuiebithecoiiipauv first class otlicers
'lomorrovr (Wednesda)) evening recruit
drill will be held.
rllil Hay Mailers -1 lie Ohio IItIku.Ii-
JiiraiiiHiirnt at lltilon.
Divisions No. 44 and 'o. ;, l 1L. of P..
held meetings last (Mouda)) evening and
accepted the Invitation from the general
isiminlttee to join in the parade on Memo
rial Day. As form-rly requited, applica
tion for permission to join in the parade
must tie made to Col. Weldner, of the
Fourth, regiment lT. K.. K. of P. The
application will lie made through Major Jay
'X Morrison, who will have charge of both
! dlvisicsis In a battalion on Memorial Day.
Major Morrison has just received a splendid
uniform, and will apear to line advantage
in command of the battalion.
Ail the ('informed Hank of Ohio will
join in an Ohio llrigade encampment at
Da) ton tins )ear. commencing the first
Tnesda) uiAugust It willbecalled"Cauip
Douglas." in honor of the supreme chan
cellor, ami is exiiected to lie the biggest and
most successful Pythian camp ever given
in Ohio. Four or live thousand Sir Knights
are exiiected to lie present lloth U visions
of this city. No. 44 and No. ii. will attend.
1 ..,. 'JUIIeK B Kel
or two. fJrila II Buz.1
r jf I Alice N 'lrltl
Xelerau Uorfl JM,r hlir
accompanied by a brass band
The I'lieuiplull City tillard
The date of the second rifle shoot of tlie
members of the Champion City Cuard
Veteran Corps has been changed from to
day, Tuesday, until next Thursday. Those
who intend taking part should at once
apprize Capt Ben Winters of the fact, that
arrangement? may be completed.
PICKING THE PEDAGOGUES.
The School Board Selects Teav liens ami
Principals at Its Meeting Last Night
After Hard Work.
Ollirr Important Vlatlen I for CuiKililer
atl.oi 1 lit. tllti c IiimiI t'mu mi-Hi r-
iiii-nl 11m Minrale ltl
rrililrlii-lrlt in hull.
Tlie school Imard met In regular session
Mouda) evening. Ma) i !, President Mar
tindi'll in the chair. Members present
Heck. Hell, lteutt. Cox. Ka), Keariis,
Kraiiss, Lureii. Miller, Pence, Itidgle),
pii'liuan. Winger, Troy, Shriinpf, Hidden,
ltrifsuider and the president.
The minutes were read and slum-d.
11) the clerk Communication from the
iiimiiIm-is of It class. High school, request
iug the privilege of reserved seats at Imth
sessions of the commencement this ) ear.
On Mr. l-oren's motion the request was
granted, one meiulier asking "which tree
on the fair grounds the class would prefer "
The clerk also presented an invitation
from ti. A. K. i-oiiimittiv lor "the lioaril to
attend Memorial Da) exercises, Moudav
aftenioou, lu a bod) the) to furnish their
own conve)ances. On motion of Mr I o-
renz the Invitation was accepted.
Mr. Beck, from committee on discipline,
reported an interview with the father of the
bo) Jolin ( none), who agreed to detain
him at home the remainder of the -chocl
year, i laceii on uie.
jir. vxinger, iroin nuance committee, ny
jstrteil that, on jiotilicatiou of contractors.
under the contract, he had placed SI 0.000
insurance on the Kast High street building:
Ji.MXI each ill Koval of Liverpool. I'lionK
of Hartfonl. Cermania of New V'ork and
Ktna of Hartfonl. for five )ears Amount
of premium. Si 50, was allowed bv the
Interest to amount of Sum on Imud.
series 14. due May 27, was ordered paid.
There being S-ibO delicit in the lunds, on
Mi. Winger's motion the finance committee,
was authorized to negotiate a loan of $.!,
."00 for thirty da)s.
Mr. Spiehuan. from auditing committee
reMirte.l corrts-t clerk's reorl for April.
Mr. Miller from law committee presented
list of visiting committee of the board as
follows- Central. Smith and Pleasant
street. Heck, llldgle). Spielinau and Ka);
for Diliert and (ira)'s buildings. Martiudell
and Hell, for Shaffer and west houses.
Miller. Troy and Peine; north
and south houses I-orenz, Cox
and Winger; Clifton and Pearl
streets. Shnmpf and lievitt; for Kast and
Oakland, Kearns and Krauss; Vorth street
and Lagouda. Holden and lreifsnnler.
Mr. Keanis. from Supplies Couiinittee
Propositlon of fl. W. Kel!) to supply
brooms at SJ a doeu, and the same was ac
cepted. On Mr. Hell's report from Claims Com
mittee following bills were allowed : .1. T.
Mitchell, printing diplomas, S'J.M; D. 1..
Croft repairing lock. 81; superintendent
teachers and janitors, as jier contract If III
of Win. Piuilott, coal. 82T.HI. was allowed,
also estimate of architect on east High
street building, favor of contractors, to
amount of 31,233 30.
The superintendent was authorized to dis
pose of waste paper accumulated at the
Central house, examination patters for
Ihe high school classes were granted the
use of high school two balls for a social
im.i- frVWas- nijrtit.
.in. iirtui inuveo uiai iiaii.iiy-set.luitv-;
lie held during examinations In the schools
which are tochxe.liine 14. Carried.
Mr. Millei, from committee on law and
contracts, presented the proposition of the
manager of the ('.rand opera house to give
tlie use or same for tlie Itlgli seiiool com
mencement at SJ'. forda) and night or S.'tO
for two nights. The twenty-five-dollar
priqiosltion for dav and night was aixvpted
b) the board, which settles the commeiu e
Motion of Mr. Heck to tiausfer 82.UOO
tire insurance from old Kast house to Smith
house, which has been uninsured, was ac
cepted. The board took a recess and accepted an
invitation from Supt Ta)lor and the jani
tors of the different buildings to refresh
themselves, sitting down to a delicious
spread in the lower halt of the Central
Mr. Miller moved that a suitable platform
be erected on the opera house stage for the
commencement which was carried. The
printing commitee was instructed to attend
to preparation of programmes and tickets.
tin Mr. Heck's motion each member of the
board was allowed ten tickets. The cit)
teachers were also allowed tickets two
each. Seven tickets each were granted
members of the graduating class.
On Mr. Kearns's motion curtains were
ordereil for windows of the two new rooms
added to the Ijigonda building.
The board went Into committee of the
whole. Mr. I.orenz in the chair, on election
f teai hers. On arising the committee
presented the following recommendations
which were confirmed: Music, S. W Stall
age, salary, SI.ooo. Mr. Winger muled to
disieiise with teaching of drawing in the
schools, on the grounds of ecououi), and
because but a small per cent of pupils
were benefited. Mr. Ijirenz argued in favor
of continuing this instruction. Mr. Ilevitt
expressed himself as opposed to the system
of teaching: the s) stem should lie made to
include something practical, as mechanical
drawing. The superintendent thought the
system might be remodeled, but draw ing
should not tie thrown out Mr. Winger's
motion was lost HelleM. Ilrain w as reelect
ed draw Ing teacher at $soo er)eat- llelle
C. ntt, writing. VNU.
Win 11 Weir, principal
Louise 11 Krnest
Mary Ll.lun.. ..
s Mamrues. itrrman
.Maria L Italentlue ... ..
tJeiieva L Kemsberg
Louise lav Is
Alice V omlth.. .
Ulce I Christ . .
Mary lillun. ilerman . .
John 5 Weaver.
Belle M Martlu
Addle V Smith ....
t'allle Bradbury . .
Lucy Moores . ..
sulla 11 Taylor
Louise I. Christy
Kmma X Reed
son II Bt II IIIMI.
CO Patterson, primlpal. . . . SLW0
India M New too. . :a
Alice Al Muwer 4'o
Faiiule.Misire ..w Ul
Trillena tilte . ... UU
Mary Kuuklr 4To
Kmma Sivarti tv
Laura .Miller . . ifti
Y XST Ut'II IHMI.
Aaron Keesecker. prtneijial
Mary V. Murray
tiertlm Miiini.int . ..
Ella ld.ckw.iy . .. .
Hattle L Trltt.
OXkl AMI lll'll IIIMI.
M Wlttinjer. principal
VVIsT III ILIUM).
P T. spinlug. principal
Pelle PattersoD . .
Jennie K Held
faille K B kelley
George Martmaii. ilerman
C F Ballentlne. principal
Alice M Wouei
Klla R Bartholomew . .
Jessie Dunlap. .. . ,
Lltile Thomas . .
Anna Weir ..
i n mv in ii iio.
Joliu V lVjne. prjiiiliul ..
Xiin.i M liiunlit-rt)
KtU 1. Hicks
lullt M W.ml
1 .iiiiiie Alex initr
l.ottlt-K Hurt. mi
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IllllhUl V I M I III II HIM..
I' Lout:. I'tin. Ijl
Carrie K VV lse
smiiii mil s.
1 llsy SMicr
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H U l.snreme. prltiili.il
May M link
Mien 1 U Hi, in
lessli- F Km, ell
MiUIII slut HI S(.
cut "suit ll.
I VilllMi V III II UIMi.
i arr Boiss, prlinlpil
MlUd Mi titer
I sttier sitiilis.ui
I 1 ira Mi-vsiider
aliillle I, llnyil
il'.VVs III II IIIMI.
II II Mi lullre principal
lot i Harr
I'l vi:i siui i i nt ii iiimi.
achsrlali Tiylur, principal
I.l7le I orrest
Vlli e Bruiilier
Anna l Carr
The Isiard adjourned at 12 .0 a ui
'(Vim I,, Vlr. It. II. M'.iril.r l.i l.e I'l.i. i-.l
Over Hie l.ravrs ..I UK Chllilren.
A lieaiillful spuiuien of the sculptor's
skill is now on exhibition at the granite and
marble works of Kelle) A Kentel on Plum
street, opposite Feniellff cemeter) gate.
The subject represents two shaping child
ren, a ho) and girl, I) ing in a most natural
and graceful mstinii, their arms holding
each other 111 a loving embrace. Kver)
lineament ami feature shows the skill of
the thorough sculptor, and no pen represen
tation tall do it Justice. H must be seen to
lieunprctlaled I'he work is the proper!)
ot.Mr.lt II aider. -Hid is snipped til the
almve firm to have an appropriate pedestal
made for it liefore placing it lu FeriK h!I
cemeter). where it is intended to commem
orate the two beautiful luldren of Mr. and
Mrs. it. ll. Warder, who are interred on
the Warder lot.
The work was cut by Wm. II. Kiuehart,
In Home. Hal), in the finest Italian statuar)
marble, and is a work that any one might
well lie proud of. either in being its pos
sessor, or in being able to execute su fine a
piei-eof siulpture. The public are Invited
to examine il
The; Him Xwa from thfCiiltinilois lntl
tiitimi and are Caplilred Here.
Yesterda) .Mr. W. Keen, an emploje at
the Columbus institute for the deaf anil
dumb, arrived in the cit) to take charge of
Kzra ("nates, one of the boys who hail run
awav from the institute last week. Coates
and Marion Snyder arrived in this city on
Saturda) afternoon at X o'clock, but. al
though the officers then knew that the)
were wanted and were on the lookout for
them, they went unable to capture the hoys
although flier heard of them in several
places. Yesterday morning, however. Chief
Walker got Coates and at once telegraphed
to U.e Institute authorities, Mr. Kivn coming
ove. after him on the next train. He. re-iuTO-Jo-CUiluinLiiwta..JaiLLLailiJi-
At 2 o'cIik k this illuming Officer Marshall
arrested Sn) der at the railroad station as
he was alMiut to leave the cit). He had
lieen in the loiintr) tr.vlng to secure work
This in. lining Chief Walker untitled the ill
stitute otlicers of Sii)der's arrest and he
will proiatii) lie returned to Columbus to
IhnFlie Department fulled Out Mimlfi
lit-es llliiwii IIiiiiii Heavy Itain.
The storm of List evenuig did considera
ble damage. es.eciall in the western and
north westi m parts of the cit). Trees
were blown down in several places, mid In
one or two instances fences were damaged.
Shortlv before 7 o'clock a large, heavv
limb was twisted from a tree on Plum
street, near the corner of Columbia, and on
the east side of the resilience of .Mr. C. M.
N'u hols As ttieheav) limb fell it struck
a lire alarm telegraph wire, anil in a few
snsiiids tlie western dashed out of their
house and to tlie sis-ne of the acildeut
Sime heavy work with an axe was required
to clear the limb away. Near the residence
of Mr. II. F. K. Jennings, at ."iC north Hell
avenue, six handsome shade trees were
blown down. Minor ai-cidenLs are reported
from other parts of tlie city. The rainfall
which succeeded the wind storm, was the
heaviest that has (alien in Springfield for
The Kast street hotel was struck h)
lightning in the hight of the storui. Due
ot theihimuies was knocked orl and the
gable somewhat injured, but no serious
damage was done.
A large maple tiee standing in front of
the l.agcm.Ia avenue engine house was also
struck h) lightning and splintered from top
A barn lielougiug to a man named (lim
ner on north Ilace street was blown down
and complete!) demolished
MEMORIAL DAY PARADE.
ir the No, letles and Oricaiilratlon
VV 1,1. I. VV IIITnke I'art.
The general committee on Memorial da)
is In session this afternoon at the (!. A. It.
department headqii irters The following
societies will take part in the parade
Independent tinier of Foresters; llush
nell Cuards; John llronn Post (1. A. It,
Order of Ked Men, Lagouda Tribe-Order
of Keil Men. Huek Creek Trllie; Sons of
Veterans, Woman's Itelief Curtis; lulies
Aid Society, Sons of Veterans, Camp Xo.
44. P. O. S. of A . Division Vo.il. K. of P.;
Division-No. 44. K of P ; Champion City
Ciiiards; Springfield Light Artillery: Spring
field Fire Department; Cit) Council; Mayor
and Police. Hoard of Kilucatioii; Order of
the Heil Cross; Springfield Kreiger Vereln:
Itethard Canton. o. 21, Patriarch Mili
tant A CUTE CROOK.
I.ullier .liilies rrrnleil as an Xrioinpllre
of stkes In Hit, t'lila.iiiian Kiililivrjr.
Yeslerdi) Olhcer Norton arrested Luther
JoIh-s on tlie levee on the t barge of loiter
ing. He was in reality, however, wanted
for complicity In the robber) of Sam Huig.
the Chinese laundry man. by MonkSvkes.
Monk confessed to the otlicers that he stole
the moiie), hut said that the robbery was
planned by Jnbes and that he received 840
of the money. An affidavit was filed against
.lobes tisLi). charging him with receiving
stolen goods. Chief Walker, after having
a conversation with him, said he was con
vinced that Jolies was a pretty cute crook.
Ileserteit 111 lie toll.
Something of a disturbance-was kicked
up aluiut Cohan A l.yuch's saloon at about
7:4 Rst evening, by the tiring from the
place of a young fellow named "Snell"
Qulnii. He had been drinking and was
ver) abusive to Mr. Cohan, who took his
talk at first without notice or comment.
Filially, Qiiiiiii set tire to the fancy tissue
paper atmut one of tlie chandeliers and
when reproved by Mr. Cohan responded
with such a torrent of abuse that the latter
simply had to throw him out, which he did
with expedition and emphasis. Qulnn was
carted off to the calaboose in the pattol
wagon. He was a little hurt about the
bead by the fail.
GOT 'EM OX THE LIST.
Republican Primaries HeM Mouday Night
in Every Ward in the
X I iijlit tote All .Amnio! on Xiriiunl of
Ilia III. Ifiiumirj ol Ihe VV ralhrr
I- till I 1st ol the ll'legat
Iiepiitilu.ui primaries for the sclei lion of
deli gales and alternates to the count) con
vention to be held on Wednesday, were
held in ever) ward in the cit) list night
I fit-attendant c was not ver) large in all)
of the wards, man) of the voters lieing pie-
vented from attending the primaries h) the
extreme im lemeuc) of the weather In alt
the wauls the tickets for delegates weie
put in the lield h) the can
didates and the fight was made on those
tickits IhmnI delegations weie selectisl in
ever) w ird and tlieie is no tear that Weil
nes(Li)-s convention vv til make an) mis
Concerning tlie giving of proxies by the
delegates the final clause of a law passed
last winter b) the legislature is to the
point. The law re ids
"N'o delegate to ail) political convention
shall have power, b) prow or otherwise, to
designate another person to serye as a dele
gate in his plat e or stead and any person
elected by a pruuarv meeting to serve as a
delegate to a convention who shall give ail)
power or prox) to another to serve In his
place or stead shall he guilt) of a misde
meanor, and tmed in a sum not less than
ten dollars and not more than twenty-five
dollars forever) such offense."
Following are the returns fiom all the
The republicans of the First ward held
their primary in the common pleas court
room, with an attendance of fort) or lift)
present and a large vote. A. J. Ilaker.
iiU'iuber of tlie republican central com
mittee, called the meeting to order and the
following organisation was made- Chair
man. Frank C. !oode esq secretaries,
James Vorth and Will caell judges,
Morris Tehan and Win (". llrinsle)
life! b 4TKS
V C lioode.
John U hlte,
J l rurncr.
W II Lewis.
W'm 11 Huruphrlrt.
T W' Beau.
rfios U'Br ell.
SFlM W villi.
he Second ward primary was held at
the Western engine house with a good at
tendance. P. M. Cartmell. of the Central
committee, called the meeting to order and
the following officers were elected by rim
rocc vote: Chairman, ieo. W. Hillow; sec
retaries. .1. M. Hennett and .1. B. Edwards;
judges. Isaiah Franklin and John tricks.
According t the apportioumeiitnf delegates
to the ward, it is entitled to but 12 dele
gates but as there were ties in a number of
cases, eighteen were selected in all. each
delegate to have two-thirds of a vole.
B F Prince.
Philip J Coons.
Jacn'i (1 Lazanis,
I' PSt .loli ii,
Itussel M eeits.
C W s,ewaller
.Mirk .smith, sru.
C I W'rlimer.
II U Billow
J M Bennrtt
II 11 1'rlTSun.
W'm Hl.o k.
A I' Hippie.
J I' I dards.
It C Krmitierg
W il Hinthei.
J M Barr
rnilili w xiiii.
A fair sinsi crowd assembled at the Cen
tral engine house last night to attend the
republican primary. Captain K. It. I'lste-
grovewas elected chairman, W. M. Cart
mell and urine Choriiennlng clerks and B.
C. Converse and l.afavetleltancroft judges.
1 he total vote was lis. Follow iug i tlie
J .V .Mills.
IVIer sja, i,
K I Tol-.
I V Mckuin.
It I) Bruce.
C II Rutlrr.
II II Cumback.
II M Preston,
o II xndersoa,
t ij W Idle.
J 1 Hurd.
rimer W litteley.
K P W Inters,
J. I iloodieH.m.
lieiiive W allace,
Han Wlssluger. Jim.
.Marc Bus Johnson.
s x viorron.
K A Marke?.
C L. Ilogle.
F A llarwiiod,
K . Kelly.
W llltani Casliiti.
I. II Purcell.
K 1' llaynard.
F. B I'lMlcKrove.
P E Bancrnfl.
C II hchslfer.
1' M Book waiter,
W 11 Vivian.
J I. Coleman.
M II Vaughu.
W M Reynolds,
L M llrup.
o B Trout.
C II Kay
rot urn w vkii.
The Fourth ward primary was held in
Miller's building on Champion avenue. A
fairly good vote was cast. Ceorge S. Dial
and James Jacobs acted as judges, and
Loins Phillips as tlerk Following Is the
J A Ulcus.
John lied ting.
J 11 Brlnsley.
Charles U Ninth.
A S Bushnell.
WHHani dray ton,
U' K Bowman.
4 J tIeorKe.
J M xmbrose.
W X Whitetry.
J A Tistd.
J VV Kelfer
B F Weigh.
J W Phillips.
ileorge Jacksi u
fifth w vnu.
The primary of this ward was held on
the street floor of the Spence building, but
was not largely attended, just an even 100
votes being cast James Thompson was
chosen chairman, (S. J. Wones. clerk, and
and. I. J. lloppes and C. Hauika judges.
The follow Ing delegation w as selected
EM Arboitajt. C II Pierce.
Rodney Ludlow James Buford.
II J Funk. J 1. Pettlcrew
Charles illll. Philip Thompson.
L II Johnson. .1 C lull,
C A Smith. W II Calhoon.
II J W'oues. .1 it Thomas.
W II Ihckson. II Fenstermacher
Robert Elliott. m Needles.
Henry Kelley, X S Rice.
Michael Mluulch. Harver Hutches.
F M Fullerton. Cyrus Albln.
J I Russel. James llomaiis,
mhroie Taylor 1. CEeans.
S C Baxter. E Clark.
I' Hanika. James Heicher,
RBCanOeld. Joliu W Moore.
John Yates E A U illlams
No alternates were elected.
The jHillce isiurt room was the place of
bolding-the primary ot this want. .1. C
Holloway was elcs-teil chairman, E. H.
Ackerson and T. J. Wires clerks and J. S.
Kitchen and J. L. Plummer judges. The
vote was not heavy, the bad weather pre
venting many from attending. Following
is the delegation selected:
X II Kuukle.
J V B Hoyle.
I -vac John.uii
s i I-link.
K R In.ry,
r J ll.itle.
J sj Kltiheu
A ii tlurfnian,
H II !avre.
William 11 imlltoii
II K Harney.
W It Clark.
0 ' Fried.
A W alt.
A K Kolitrr.
1 1 lloiloway
T V Mclirevv. jiiu.
A K Ciihaiigh,
T K Iieiinis.
'1 heo 1 roune.
v i- LiiinCoitiran
I K Hosternuii
W' V Otstot.
W es .Mclionald,
I- ft Penfleld
W 11 Mc Ilea
J s Ports.
L 1. Mils,
i r Hit.
li II .kfrs.,u
W I- Pern n
II s Bradley.
11 It iii,..ii
" II White.
J ii Jacobs,
R la. kson
ll I. n.ll,.lll,
h II Russell.
K P ouni;.
II L KckkncM
I II Meely.
Ira W Uallaie
Vsi I lati I,
SfVI Mil VV XKII.
This ward's primary was held in the
Southern Engine house and 104 votes were
risorded during the voting hours. Col
James F Stewart was chairman, A. C
Morrill and I S. Helps, clerks, and D. It
Nitcliiuaii and J (' Parsons, judges. Fol
lowing are the names of the delegation
John W ImlHKer
1. W Helps. Jr.
U F Huffman.
C B West.
E C il.irks.iu.
Jamrs I: stewart
I homas Browning,
J C Panous
1' J Clevenger.
K M Tibblts.
B F W eiital.
C 4. Evans.
A. I ltarne
w p. Unonr.
W' C bowney.
John t ott,
The Ijiironda avenue fnnlin. luuuu -,.
the place or holding this ward's primary.
No chairman was selected, the judges,
Henry C. Lay bourn andT. C. Stretcher and
the clerks. Hurt Lewis and ir t i...i.i
coiiducllng the voting. A light vote was
casL The following delegation was se
tts ted .
,?'.r.T Martlu. James Flemlnz.
I. ri VV'n.!.
R R Rudd.
I rank Smirh
W W Lewis.
W A stout.
Walter L Weaver.
I" R Mronir.
II C Laybourne
Joseph Berry. Jr
D K lluflruiin.
W m Robinson,
ll II Frey.
J M Ilerrlekson.
W H Uuthrle.
ri I. Ila.lr
A L Sofenbarger,
V I. Wolf.
Ut VV II .Nelson.
NINTH VV xKIi.
I'he Nflntli uml np........ ...a I.. .1.1 : ,1...
- - .. fi'ioai ii.o urni ill llie
office of the St John Sewing Machine Co.,
uu loei-oiiieroi .nam anu center streets.
(-. M. Nichols was chosen chairman. E. S
Wallace and Kdward C Schmidt clerksand
B. F. K. Jenntnp.1 nn.l .1 P II l-,-,,.
Judges Fifty-one votes were cast The
delegation Is as follows.
K S W allace.
Vf K l.v..
? II Kargdlll.
i 11 Feltoa.
iv i. jai kson.
J M Todd
C II Berry. Bl'k Jennlnits
trying uradlord. Charles Davis.
x M Koblnson. r Hn.v
J F 11 Jessop. R ji tieiwlcks.
I il Mchols
J. F. II. Jessop was iinaulmoiislv chosen
to represent the ward in the central com
Oul.ide Points" In the S. hool Hoard
Meeting l.a.t.NiKlit The Com uienrenienl
T he Isiard of education had a long m-s-
sinn lot (Monday) evening. It being the
regular time fixed b) law for the election of
teachers and hxing of salaries. The session
did not conclude until long after midnight
and had it not been for a handsome la) out
of refreshmeiiLs, which will be more full)
mentioned further alomr. the grind would
have indeed been a sail one. The discus
sion upon the report of the committee
making recommendations was all In exeeii
tivo session, and cannot, therefore, be re
ported as part of tlie priveedings of the
board, but a great many iioinLs
of the most direct public
Interest were brought out and a resume of
them can be given without a violation ol
confidence or propriety Some marked
changes were made In the corps of teachers
which will be seen by a reference hi the
luiard proceedings elsewhere. A number
of the old-timers w ere dropped, and the
entire corps of colored teachers was marked
off the list A long and animated discus
sion came up on this point The teachers'
committee said they had consulted with the
best lawyers and others in the cit) to find a
wav out of the difficult) if possible, but ad
vice received vx as entirely in one direction
-no separate schools for colored pupils
The committee did not see ht to put colored
teachers In over white pupils, consequently
no other course was left them than tlie one
taken. Somebody Intimated that it might
tie possible in a ) ear or two to resume the
A communication was received from
F.'iphalet Cotes, for seven )ears principal
of the South house, that he was not an ap
plicant for re-election on account of Im
paired health. It is understood he will re
move on to a farm near Yellow Springs
sometime In the future.
Verbal notice was received fnmi Mr.Tut
tle, of the North house, that he was not a
There was some effort made to substitute
others as principals than those reported by
Ifiecouiuilllee, but the slate went through
finally , confirmed as a whole. An effort
was also made to dlsense with drawing as
a part of the course and with male teachers
oftierinan. This did not "go," however
There was the usual tax commission chat
ter and some heavy reductions in salaries of
special and other teachers w ere made, but
the committee stated tlie) hail fixed the sal
aries uniformly of lad) teachers serving five
)ears or jnore. at 8."00: a SJ5 raise to quite
a number. A communication was read
from the state school commissioner that a
state certificate w as not sufficient for all
branches, but the teacher must have a local
The question of the High school com
mencement was settled after a long discus
sion. All of the fort)-two graduates will
be glv en a chance to orate. The exercises
will occur at the Crand opera house on
Thursday. June 10, half of the programme
to be rendered in the forenoon and half in
the evening. In order to accommodate as
large a number as possible -epaiate tickets
or couKiis. are to be issued. Each member
of the graduating diss is to hav e sex en,
each teacher In the hchools two. and each
member of the board ten. Xext x ear's
graduating class is to be given reserxed
seats also. The schools cloe for the sum
mer vacation Tuesday, June 14.
During the session last night Superin
tendent Taylor did the handsome and ac
ceptable thing by "setting 'em up" all
'round to a superb little collation of cold
chicken, buttered rolls, hot coffee, cakes,
ice cream, strawberries, sugared pineapple,
bananas, oranges, lemonade and cigars.
Tbe furnace-like atmosohere of the board
room made this unexpected treat a great
Very Good Bargains
j3: IDIW JEJTI-A.
I. old handles -t inch, price, $i iii
inch, prlieS i. 'S inch, price, ii 00.
LADIES' Fast Black DERBY
Full, P.cgiilur .Made. Trice 'J.'ic per pair,
north lllc per pair.
-1(5 Illlll r0 lillM'MtOIIt.
N It New French Sateens, 25 cU. per
yard not the best but better than any fold
elsewhere at J5e
3 1 KJS EIVG I2R.
If you want a note delivered, a package,
market basket or valise carried, bills dis
tributed, etc., call a messenger boy. 'phone
$1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3,
Fiuest and largest stock of Chil
dren's Hats, 5c up, at
It. C. LION.
HO HU LYON
AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
rhe Best Canned and Bottled Goods.
Strictly Pore and First-Claw
Hoods, at Lowest Prices.
The Late C. T. Ward Grecery,
7 WEST MAIN aST.,
Corner of Center, Springfield, 0.
TKLKTHONK NO. 3.
for an creis'T!-.
Kxtra Fine Moyune
Young Hyson Tea
At "')C per pound, sold elsewhere at
41) and 50c
Onl) 7Sc Ier pound. Take them while
v they last Finest
KEY WEST CIGARS
I IS' 'JHK CITY
S. J. STRALEY & CO.'
32 AND 31 EAST HtH RTKKWT.
21 S0RTH CENTER STREET.
The .Heine, cleaning, repairing and press
ing ot Ladles and Dents' tiarments a spec
ially. Ihd only place in the clti to hare Laca
Curtains cleaned properly. All work war
ranted. CHAMPION CITI BATH ROOMS
Tbe FINES Tand CLEANEST In the City.
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
frOUCITOK OF PATSMT8.
Rooms Arcade jBMlUiiMgr
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