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VOL. XXXIII NO. 124.
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SPRINGFIELD, O., THURSDAY E I'L LV .. MAV2I5, 1S.S7.
PRICK TWO CENTS.
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slight!) oilrr. fair weather
lined l)j light local rain
May 26, 18S7.
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
you are not, it is perhaps be
cause you are not properly
dressed lor this season, but
are wearing your old winter
clothes. Don't do it any
longer. II you will come and
see us. we will show you a
multitude ol good reasons
why you should not.
We have underwear of
every description India
Lisle 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.
Se:i Foam Waferf,
Orange Waft rr.
Ilittne-Made (5im;er Wafern,
Oateu Flake Wafers,
and Jraliam Waferr.
AH of t' o alove fresh anil lor
sale at the
J. M. NIUFFER.
lljelnp, ScourUj and Kcptlrlug
i irv i
HH W. 'nulilrnttor, t.
Jietwecn Market and Center, Springfield, O.
OPERA COMIOUE DISASTER.
Man) Persons Btirne.1 to Death w I'.ins--
BoJieS Not Yet Recoxcreil
from the Ruins.
strll.i Hi llruU llrilnsl Iniiill
.Ii.Ii. fur.liil(r I" Clilr.itrn XVi.iii-
niiMiul anil Klllnl in llir "l l
By Ihe tnorlatr.1 Pres"
1'aims, Mix 'J... The Imdiesof the ballet
ilain eis wliii losl their livt hi Hie buriiiiiK
if the niera couiiiNic. last littht, are Ijiiiu
Ln the heaiis of rum- of the theater I he
fin men asscit th.it null) Imdies are Ijiiii:
111 tin- Himt galleries. I he nuinlierof per
sons killed Kic.ill) exceeds prelum-, esti
in tr. n excited crowd siiniiiiuded the
mills, vxhich.irc unaided Ii a militar)
cordon Mali) listieslm; scenes are wit
ilrved. Txventx Unties in a teiriblx mutilated
condition In 11' Iks-ii recoxeied from the
nun-.. Tue remains are prineipill) those
of liallet mrls anil members of the choius.
Five of the tMlie are thoe of el.ieth la
1ip nml mie ii that of a InM 'MitMm-
inen aiv liiwennc oine lHlie. from the
fourtli -tor) of the theatre l) nieain ol
l'i:i-. 4 p. iu. Twent) more !mlie
eie reiierrtl thi afternoon tnnn the ru
ins of the Theater Ciuiiuiue. The sf.mli
for xlotniis still fiiiitliuifs.
n AmTiiI Cimflloiiif nitloii uf Manclf!
Si. l.n Is, Ma) 2i5. A sjHvial from
Wmfielil. Kansas. sa)s Yestenla) inorti
ine two Santa Ke trams eollideil near Wich
ita, ami before the) oouhl pet a Hainan
out two extras, one from each dltrttlnii.
inleit into the wreck. mUliiR thlnir up in
CTeat shape. The iletails reanlms; the
aeonlent are xer) meager. It is rumoreil
that sex eral liersons were more or lesi. In
ImiMirtnnt rolillrnl lotrnienl.
OHirxJio, Ma) 2fi. As the outismie of
ehirces of tinliery made against candidates
selected li) tl democratic central commit
tee for circuit judges, a mimlier of leading
members of the liar met xesterday and pre-
part-d a etitioii asking .liilius . (irinnell.
lngolf K. Ko)eMn ami uichanl w. 1. riii
ford. to make the race for judges in connec
tion with the republican candidates.
s. .mil Klllnl Him.
li TKoiT, May "Ji! Vn 'kiiIio; oiiuhi
special from Manistee. Miih., s,t)s lst
night 011 l'eters'R logging railro id, south of
here. Moses ldiodes shot and nistaiitl)
killeil liiiis Michelson. ISIiiKles nff tsl
insanit) when arrested .lealoiis) of Mrs
IUhhIos is Mid to he the cause of the iiuir
sh J.tintsl Ihe s.iUnlim Arm.
'i t x 1 1 xi. Ma) -' At ('Anton. .
)fsterda). Charles Darseizen, a hrickla)er.
went home drunk and, picking up a butcher
knife six inches long, murdered his wife h
tabblmr her In the throat and I ireasL lie
.he joiiitsl the Sihatlon arm).
Kami Holler l'illon.
fnxxni sxiu i, I'a.. Ma)
lmilerof a portable s.u mill Ih-Ii
.htlni rraf! n,..I.H.s..i.rnu' . i.l.nU. x-
tenia) instantlv killing James Viilor and
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ser si) injuring the proprietor and a man
named Alex. Work, (aiisi- uiiknown.
ollrl.-ii nl All.niij. .
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AniVNV,Ma)-i..-K.litor Win () linen
and partv arrived here this morning. This
foieiiooii the imriv VLsiteil ImiiIi bninches
of the legislature, .Mr. (. linen making i
few remarks in the assemb!) ihamln'r. .
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l ne) leu inr .iioiiLn-ai ai i iu o cioi hp hi.
Tlie llnrkel-slioiii Xn-t (....
I.wsim., Mich., May 'jr.. The senate
ha- passed a hill to punish the ojierators of
"buckethops" h) ahneof SI.ikki. and also
to tine renters of premises for such pur
,mi strike al ltrti-el-.
Ititi s-iM s. Ma) Si; A general strike
has (svurred at CockenlTs xxotks. 'The
glass works ate obliged to Use (lermaii coal
in eotisfiiueiicf of a strike among miners.
lit (ii viirsT, Mi) if.. A plot to assa
smate the sultan of Tutkei was di-coxetcd
LEC TERRIBLY CRUSHED.
vlra.rr.iiikr.irri.il xli-rl. With nt-enrr.il
i i.lenl I rout .1 rieetl Itnllinc Tiui.
Mrs. Frank Farriui. a lad) living on Far
low -Ins-t, near Nelson, metxxith a tcruble
acetili lit at almut T o'clock la-t (Wedni--
da) i evening that mi) cost her a limb and
possibl) her life. Mrs Farrnn isaged about
) ears, and is the motiier ot seven clulil-
reii. At the time ineiitlonetl, slie li.nl gone
...tin front other resl,-,e to tail her
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children, who were p!a)ing almut the I. I..
A V. railroad tracks xxith some more
joungsttrs. A large nninlier of heaxj
.i..,ir v........ . t.iis uii.iIh.1 n..r in..
tracks. 'and a niimlier of children were frol-1
ii king iiimiii tlie-.'. As Mrs Farron pistsl
these tmiliers. one of the heav lest liecame
iIi-IihIl-isI and rolled down upon Mrs. i-ir-
ron liefore she could spring awaj. It f
kniK'kisl her down, iuiiiksI her to the earth !
and then rolled across her left leg., rushing
thelmiieto fragimuts The pile was
thlrtv -live feet long, sigteen and a hilt
ini lies through at the butt and txxelve
inches at the other end. It could not hive
weighed less than a ton. A little bab).
which Mrs. Karroo was holding in her arms,
was hurled from lit r inns h) the shot k and
landed als.ut ten teel awuv.
Iia.ll) sins ktsl ami brin-ed
Mrs Fan. .ii xxas puked it v and
earrned into her rc-ideme, where lr lliis
sell atlemlisl her. It was found tint the
Imnes of the leg lN-twe.li the ankle and
kmv had lvn spliulertst ititti piei-es not
overtwo mi lies long, and that almve the
kilts' it was broken ill three pi lets. 'Hie
leg, in all, icceued nine different frat tuns,
audit will Ik-six months, at lea-t, before
Mrs. Farrou can recover, in the event tint
the leg can lie -axeil It looks as though
the railroad coiupaii) was Inble to heax)
It iiHfiiellni; Uie llt- IEnlll-1.
Mr. It J. Nel-oii. principil of Nel-on's
busiue-s college, ttMik the mt mU-istif ht
viotnrioiis lull club over to Ixbenherz's last
night and treated them to a ver) hand-ome
spread of iie ream, cake, straw lernes and
lemonade '1 he pleasant little affair xxas in
recognition ot the hand-nine vu tor) the
team hi-won in wre-tuig the -t lie-Irnui
the W iiteiilH-rgs For a -tag put), it was
Sjv-e It tll..li-..
The Nel-on- will pl.i)
in Venia Mondav
The Nelsons have received a challenge
from the ilubat New Carlisle.
The second game U'tween theNilsons
and the Touch tips will bcplaxed touiorroxv
iFridaj) afternoon on the Hutk envk
grounds. Itentlj, laleof the laj tons, xv ill
ocupj the bo fortheToucli-ui. and leis
anil Koclhelil will exchange the ball tor the
OHIO"S FAVORITE SONS
Tlit-J Ktrl Ikrli
to 'rr n the I. mini
Niitimntl 111 niiitmnt.
I'rl.s nt Ho
V xsium in n. Ma) in It is geneiall)
conceded h) men xxhnhaxe kept theiusi his
well informed as t-i the .ipH.iraiii o and a
pihihties of the xarioiis triHipsincamp heie
at the drill that the (lino delegition will
not return einpt) hamUsI Itisas xitini
as things can lie in this world that the Cm
einuali hitlerx I. Kittling gnu) will carr)
utl the prize in their iituipetituin STMi. a
a gold medal and a burner 'I he men ale
all in good shape and aie well drilled
liolher point xxhii h is call ulatisl m their
laxor Is the fact that the) haxe the legula
Then the 'I olislo cadets are looked iiou
as the most likel) coinpau) to carr) oil the
grand prize in the infantr) couietiiion.
although thex xxill Ik" pressed hard b) the
Muscatine rules, of lowi, the ht 1'aul
coiupaii) I), and one or more southern com
panies. The Tohslo Im)s are ripening lots
of encouragement and feel xer) contidcnt
In the battalion drill there is more uncer
tain!), but the Ohio troops Hand a vet)
good chance. The) hive oulx tvoopm
neiiLs. tlie Washtiigton Light lutautr) bat
taliiui and a irgnua bittalmu 'Iheioii
test will belx'tweui (lino and Washington
The parade .vesterda) was a beautiful
sight, and Ohio showed up nohl) 'I he
lolisio Cadi is marihisl in splendid form
lint be aiiie the tsipular f ixontes, being
Kns-teil with loud applause from one end of
the loiite to the other. Theirs was the mil)
coiupaii) which retained the regulation
step right into camp after the parade, the
others being coiisiderabiv atrected bv the
long march under a lint sim
I'lu re is a great deal of unfavorable
comment over the action of the .Memphis
Menhant .ouavesaiul ickstiurgssiuihrons
in :Hiiling the street pxrade 'lhese com
panics entere.1 for the drill and knew that
there weie to lie colored troojis m the
contests for piies as xxell as in
the parade. Conseiiuentl) there
was no excuse for them m williilrawmg
from the procession. Hut the) did so all
tiecaiise a coiupaii) of colored men had
been placed in line ahead of them. I'nfor
tunatcl) there Is no aulhorit) to comi-cl the
troops to obe) the orders of the command
ant of the camp as their militarv allegiance
is due onl) to tlie goxeniors of their rcspec
tixe states and xxhile in those states. There
is one thing the committiv can do. how -exe-.
The) can iteclarelh.it b) failing to
oImx orders these companies haxe forfeittsl
all right to imzes The) ceitaml) should
not lie Hriiutted to carr) oil the honors i
if the) are unwilling to iiliej commaiids,
as olslieiue is the hrst dut) of ever) sol-,
CARRIAGES AT FERNCLIFF.
ll.ivrrnli.g Tlirlr Ailiiii-s.in Inl.i Hie
Cemi-ler) ..n Meinnriiit UK).
When the preikiratnry work of making
arrangt ments for Memorial Da) com
menced, the question ot admitlingcarriages
and xehitles into Kerncliff on tint di) came
up. and the directors of the (emeterx took
a ntlier hmi stand ill opposition to their
entramvat all A wuiiiiittre xxas .i,j-if ,llmm). .rw.lltlir Weaver not.sl
l.iiiit.slfronithel.. A. I. to confer vvitli, f(Mr fM.e,ltlons to Judge White's rulings
uie inns u.is.ui.1 ..s .. ir....i. - i ... ..... .
XX etc lliaplicii lull, which win in- in;itii) co
foricd. Cirri iges will In' admitted hut
stnctl) timid the rules appemlcd.a printisl
cop) of which will be placed m exer) xe
hn le as it passes through the gate.
No horse to lie hitchul to a tree.
n Imr-e to lie left stmiling xxithout all
No carnage allowed on ( entral avenue.
SorArnage to Hull naek i.n-ani axeiuie.
No carriage lieriulttisl to stand In tween
mam entnince and public vault.
I Nocarriige t rnntlisl on the linn Ik- j
' I .. ...ti I 111. WIHIM. Mt till. viu'.iLf.rs' 1.1 1 111
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Nm arriagf M"ruiittfilini l.igiiiiilaiveiiu.'
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.!. n. t vjiiitn of iifl!:TS ntatHt. '-
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L.i n,.His. m .li.ri-e.' I
. ii iii. isj ai in lit. iiir- nit mil n nr'ii
No horses or carriages Permitted on the
KRLv t.v(f,lt j,c piju-f, a, directi-d b) the
, Carriages iieriiiilteil to stand onl) on the
Mt ,llml sllle f axeim.-s. and the rigid I
iaM . mn-i . kept ojien to K'iiiiit car-1
riairi-s to liass on I
Carriages and horses admittisl mil) al
main entrance and must leaxe at north gate
1 lie aiHix e nues miisi ih- one) isi.
It) onler of
DliiinnK- hi CniiiMU wiit. A
(.r.itnl Marslinl Kttptttri. k'- l.eiienil Ol
der, for lite Aip.illilliiriil of Ai.U.
The following Memorial Day order was
Si'iUM.ni i ii. Onto. M.i) id. IssT.
i. enertl Orders No 1
1. The undersigned lining lieen did) ap
pointed chief marshal of Memorul la)
parade, din's hereb) apimuit the following
named comrades as aids fur the incision
Colonel Dixid King. Colonel Aaron Sping
ler. Colonel August Ilotze. Comrade J. F
II. Jessop, Comrade 'I homas 1' (.rant.
The will !ieobe)ed and respeclisl aisonl
uigl). II The parade xx ill form on Limestone
street, near tlie court house. Militarv coni
pinies. (.rand rni) posts. Sons of eter
ans and all civic oflicials and societies in
tending to participate m parade are re
(liiesteil to reiirt at the place designated at
1 "() o'clock p. m , Monday, Ma) ".nth.
All honorahlv ilisdiarged soiihers aim
sailors of the lite war are cordi illx invited
to join with an) of the (. A. i;. nists, ana
join in uie i-eienioiii.--.
, H ''-;' ' ,"lIllt ll',1" ',' n't
'lone street to High street, west on High
to Marlt -treet. north on Market to Main
-treet, xxest on Main to l'liini street, north
on I'luni to ccineterj'.
I Uesjtlents along the line of mircli are n-
s-ttnllj rtsiiestisl to hang out their riiLs
j and otherwise decorate,
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I I'sTltll h.
sl llr.ll.oK.il T.ilrul on Menmriiil
spiiugliclil talent will lie iii ileuiuid nil
Memorial dix next Muiul i, and iputc A
number of our titiztns will deliver ad
tlre - it neiglilmring town-and village-(l-
ir I Mirtini-Sij, will deliver an addles-
it c!Iow Springs in the .uoiiimgiiid
-I I noli in the evening. Hon lleorgc C
U-twItug will snak at I'aiudcii, Ohio, and
N summers es , will unloo-e the
e igle of orator) at Vienna. I'rof. II F
I elo h is an out of town engagement, tin!
Mr C M Nichols, of the III I'l l.i I., will
speak at l.awrenieville.
More -je--.rw' Itelilrns.
Clinton lavmhert, as-essor of the Fir-t
ward, cit). miile Ins rcmrt to the auditor
tiliV. The tnt.il taxable irniertv m the
ward is Ji-'Vi'H. In lssi; it was - Ws.-i..-,.
'I he In is owing lo Mr 1!. II. Warder's
removal to Washington.
Janus Qiiinlan, a es-nr of the Seventh
waul, resirts the total taxable proHartx in
the want at $.'(".i'.pi. In lssi, n w-l- sjn-.
Alex. Michael, a-ses-nr of Lawrence
villi" pre. met. Cennan tnwiislup. ie-irls
the taxable propert) at M 50.07 i. In lss
..0 !U, a decided In.
High s, loi.il Alilmul 3lr-tiii T.iincl.l
I et ever) meinlier of the High v-IkmiI
Milium ass.iciition attend the iiuH'tliig at
the ( cutral building tonight, at which .
raugeiiients are to lie made for the t timing
aiinu.il ic union. 'I lie weather is of such a
charaiter that exer)bod) can get nut tie
night, and the attendance should be large
Kirili lliinl Oentrnl t ..mnilttermivii.
Mr .1. C. llnler is the republican cen
tr.il committeeman from tlie Fifth ward,
instead of J W Jackson, as was announced
)e-terd.i). The error wa- caused by the
misunderstanding ot the name when it was
annoiintej b) the chairman of the delega
FACE TO FACE.
Frank P. Joues, the Convict, ami His Al
leged Paramour and Accomplice, Jessie
I). Curoll, in Court Tosetber.
II,.. XV r.. 1. i. I XX II.-.. 11 III. st mil VII Vlmn
lllL Vlistrtlil ot liei litllliHI)
.lone.011 tin-stiinil riil Vflrr-
IHiiill 1 111(1- VtlrlllllilH -
lhe trill of .lessic I) Carroll, clnrgi d
wild eiiiln-leineiil, leacheil the (.Umax of
its interest tiki i) ( I hursd i) I when l'raiik
1'. .lones, now doing time in the Columbus
peiiltcnliir) for tlie irime with which Miss
Carroll isihargisl xvith liav lug Ibvii an ac
complice, xx as brought oxerb) the state to
testif) as a witness Join's was hroiuht
oxer to s-prlngheld this nmrn ngh) Wiiden
l;. Colhii himselt, and took breakfast
xxithhisxvife.it the Anide hotel, lie is
1 looking renin kablx will, is toiisnlenibl)
heaviei thin xxlien he was (onvlitisl and is
ixuleiitl) thriving Jones is a favorite with
the eiiileutlar) ollueis and it is wtiispcicd
that he has the e'iio)iiient of p'lv lieges and
liU-rli.v. tint no other innvii t alioiit the in
stitution has At all event- he his i
noth-cahlx shs k and well-fisi ipeiranie.
He xxas dnsscil this inoriiing hi a neat in iv
suit, xvith a sott. round hat. and tiiruslowu
isillar and nick-tie s he and Warden
Collin walked down street together from
the hotel to the court house, no one would
haxe imagined for a moment that .limes
xxas a state prisoner. Ilecarriisl a jiajier
iml., rolbsl in his hind, and careless
slapjieil ins thigh with it at exerj tcp.
'.lones is exideutlx a trust)." for Wanlen
C0H111 stoppeil fnsiientl) to sltak to
' friends and aivpi lintinces.and .lones would
! s,uiuler carelessl) on a rod or two In id-
va,,.. riKin reaihing the i-ourt house he
shook hands waruilx with several of the
The announceii.eiit that .lones would In
put on tixla) croxxdeil the court nmut. and
among thosf present was a large niimlM-r
of Indies. Almo-t the entire .Spiiugtiehl
lur ik' upieil seits or standing-room in the
Contnr) to genervl exiD-ctitioiis, .lones
xxas not called to the chair as soon as court
xxas called. Hi- wile, Mrs. Frank I". Jones
was the hrst witness she impressed ev
,.rH-j instantl) with the fact tint she
.l4 a perfeit, thorough lad), xslde from
t, fart t,at ,, tt ,, A nr0,grti iin,
wretched wife. Her quiet, xxell modulated
xulce, her gentle digiilt) of iiimiier. her
attractixe but unassuming summer cos
tunic of lixemUr, trimmed in Iilue,
her evident dista-te for the puhllei!) of hei
Im-itioii, a'ld .vet the calmand patient man
ni-r 111 xv Inch she underwent the ordeal, all
luirkisi her as jHisMsseil of perfect breed
ing ami inherent gentilit). Her te-tiiiinii)
xx.is prodit-tiie of numberless i-nitiiinli rs
lietween I'rosecutor Weaver and Judge
lll.tndm. and the court was i ailed iikui a
li..ti lini t.i it-i niuiii flu naiiiiiuilutmi
! hfiffn mumtes. Mi,s Carroll xxi
a bl 11 k iHiuni't and ms-iiusI piler and more
higgard lhaii at an) time during the trial
Mrs. Frank I!. Jones's testimony sum
inancd, is as follows In winter and
spring of 1 ssi 1, was living at tlie Arcade
hotel, this cit) Came there in the fall of
lss::. 1 . ime from Iiwn-nn-hiirg, lnd.
M) liushand wasbik keeerat (liaiupiou
liar ami Knife works. I kiievv.!ly defen
dant, and have kiioxxu her since August 1,
ls.si. she Nalsmt it )earsolil. First met
her nt Columbus, lnd.. where 1 then lived.
M) liiisl. mil was then lmnk-keeer lor the
I iueiii-au start hcompau) l.elore that he
I Ii lit lb.uit ririiiin.r Kut in i.l lailnna if it
kil an i llilllllll,, t'll" lltinn" at lonlllH ,11
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"'" iiminiiK wni iicunii im llir
eiiiplo) of the Champion msiiile. Was mar
riisl to hint itcifiiibfr I.!, I?)!. He was
thin emplo)isl in theilerk's olhce at Co
liiiiihu-, lnd The ilefeiulaut xxnrkcd for
ui)self and husbaiul .is a domestic for ten
mouths. She xv as then Is )ears old she
told me herself.
The prosecutor asked Mrs. Jones if -he
knew xxhat Miss Carioll's life had lieen
Iirllir ,,, August I. IsM. Judge lllaiulm
0,ljn.Inl aI11i a!,j thcitiu-stinn hid Ihvii ex-
hided at the former tn ii.
1 he iiucstion
was not admitted
Q Where hid she come
frcin to )our
A. She said she had come from a reform
atio) at IndianaHXlis.
Judge lilandin aske.1 that the testimonv
lie evcludeil. Judge White stated that so
far as it deilt with thecharaiter of the de
fendant it had no relevanc). and was ex
cluded. Continuing Ml-s Carroll lived xxitli me
ten mouths. M) health was xer) mi-era
hie. 1 did not lixexxitli in) husband in
Cincinnati la-t summer. We pud sixt)
doll irs a month at the rcade, ind m)
husband usiiall) spent his exenings at
home. I knew two of the defendant's sis
ti rs. and had heard of the rest of the fain
ilv. In the winter ot lssi sicnt three
weiksat I.iwrenceburg, and -aw in) hu
ll ind at Cincinnati and !.awreuceburg.
The prosecutor here attempted to ask
ipiestioiis, which he said woiildsliowth.it
Jones and the defendant hid gone to New
Orleans together. The utiestons were ruled
out. Witnes- knew notions of her hus
band's pun basing real estate m Florida and
1 Tennessee. We did not live extravagantl)
M) liiisKind is. k". ) ears old in June (Wit
ness shown letters). I hit is in) hii-tiands
I hrst heard of mv hir-h mil's arrest the
dav after. Had left Springfield tor Law
remeburg, Indiana, the previous Tuesdi)
I came back to Spriuglicld immediitel)
on heiring of his arrest.
ci:n t x VVIIV VTIIIX.
1 to.ik breakfa-t with mv husband this
morning, m the presenteot Warden Coftin.
at the An-ade hotel. Have s-wi him
bcveral times -mce h" has been In the jieni
tentiir). 1 saw hmi la-t m April I have
never tilk.sl ver) iniuh with mv hu-limd
alsmt his business Mv hu-Iiaiiii wa- not
extravagant, and had no hid habit-, to mv
know ledge. I bate lieen living with mv
mother in I awreniebiirg. I mil ma. -line
in) hu-bxnd's arrest I came to this trial
at mi oxxii exiiense. Mv husband has al
wa)s lieen kind ind toiisiderale. Mj hus
bind urgisl me to go home on the ill) I
left. 1 had not exeeted to go so soon
ILL Uotklield Have known the de
fendant since the -priug of lssi First
saw him at ui) hotel, .she occupied the
liest room in tlie hoii-e. 1,'egi-tensl as Je--ie
1) Clark. Ciiiciiuriti Have known
Frank Jones a iiumlicr of veins. Knew
("lift Jones, also. While (Till was m li
giiiuu under arrist, Frank gave me deeds of
properl) in I'tiinesstv ind Florid i. in i on
siileratioii of mv going on Clilfs IniihI
Properl) was in the name ol Frank Jones
and .leie I). Carroll Frank June- pud
me Sim per mouth forlmard for him-elf and
wife. Nevei saw an) lecoguilion lietween
Jones and Mis- Carrol while she w is at the
hotel. When Jones came here he was in
ilehtod to ui) brothi r In 1 nx nlauit ""Ml I he
tlelil was pud
(Tiiss-F.xiiiiinaliiin .limes brought me
the deeds three or lour ilijs liefore his ar
re-t. Mi Carroll xxis nexei at the Arcade,
to lux knowledge, but the tune. Nexer
s.nx anv thing imprnier in her conduct.
t tl e ioikIii-ioii of Mrs Jones's tetl
moiix, (lisuge 11 Knight and llarr) Kink
Held wereealltsl. followed b) Amu- White
lex. .tones m on the st tint it the hour ol
going to press, and igieit trinxdi-pn-.
I he Matter III KirIiI.
The di-criminitiiiii against Mr . F.
Caipenteranil Mr. J. N Hawkins, of Vr
hma, of tw cut) -live i cuts fur transfer tiom
N Y P. A (). ileNit to the nt). was re
funded, and a full and satisfat tor) explan
atioii glxeii the gt iitlemen at the time.
J. I). Put un- rt.
Ticket Agent X. Y. P. A O IL It.
Children's lace cap, elegant xalue; al-o
mull tie, st the 5 aud tuc store, Arcade.
THE FLOWER MISSION.
O i km it I it tin ami I I. . In.n r 4 1 III. . rs I l.l
Vlorntiic I'laiis l.r llic 1 nl. in-
Pursuant to auiioiiiiit mcut. the Flower
Mi ton hi Id it- nr-t mis: ting lor the vear
this i 1 hills I iv I morning it room No
Ithu k's o-ia hoii-e ami harmouiou-l)
illcctid it- orgmiatioii fur the -ea-on
'The following xoimg ladns weie in attend
ante Mis- Mar) Ci illx. Mi-s Louise
Baldwin, Mis- Helm liilliril. Mis- imi
Steele. Mi is Fannie vnd Mite Fole),
Miss Lulu Jelb. lie-. Mi s Dirlmgton and
Mix Itowtuan. Ml-s I ll.i Miller. Ml-s
l.iuni 'Ihiti hei. Miss mu Illack. Miss
Mar) Kibbitts, Ml sidie I'I.el.s.
llss Maine Winslnw and Miss Ni III.-John
son Ol these Ml Winslon. Mi 'linti h
er and Miss John-mi were new memlicrs,
-mil wt re null ilisl tin- mornuig xvilh ,ii
propriite and impiissive leumou) htn-.
tion of ollirers was hel.l, xxith the follow
ln-sidcnt Mis-Franiis Kodgcrs
iie-l'resideiit Mi-s Marx Ci ill)
sectetar)- Mis-Suhe I'helps
'Treasurer- Miss Fannie Folev
'The iiicuiIh rs pic-ent tin- motiiiiig weie
enlhiisi i-tic and Hill n--liil in the woik, hut
owing to the earlmess of the sea-oli. and
the i lunge ot the mi ion'- head
iiurters. tiieie vva- a nimpirative
sarcit) of llovvi rs not In an) meiiis
enough to siippl) the li-t of invalid-with
wlui h the mi inn had Im en furnished ami
whom the ladies ind nd.'d supplvmg It is
siiicerelv IioimsI tint at the next meeting.
1 hursilav morning, those who so kmdl)
gave flowers la-t )ear. and others of a
philanthropic turn of mind, will give llln-r-all).
The iiieiuliers of the mi-sioti are
kiiidl) giv ing their time and sen ii es to this
admirable work, fri f harge, and the
public shtiuh! siirel) -econd their eiTorts to
reliexe the dirknes- and uinuotou) of the
sick-room. It is also hoped that some of
our dealers xv ill kimll) don He fruit, and it
will be jiidicimi-l) ili-trihute.1.
It wa- det iiled this morillllg to dispense
xxith the honorar) memlier feature
this season, a-, iiotwithstanditig
the loss of the futiiis thus accruing, the
)oimg l.nlies feel like Ix'iiig iiiilepeiuleut of
oiiL-iile as-i-tance. It is xer) like!) that
the ladies will gixe an entertainment of
some character soint time during June, ami
it is understood that Mr. Ilnokwalter has
aire id) kimll) tendered the Mission theil-e
nl the (iratul opera house. It is proim-isl
to make one feature of Iheexenmg a "milk
maids' drill" -a xer) novel and attractive
feature which has ret entl) lieen sintes-ful
Ix prmliu ed at Imliaiiapoli-. Further de
tails ol the entertainment will he puhli-hcd
a- the pint tleveloiis.
X ir) Attnl. live Programme .. It,
.It reil al tin- I'oll. !.
1 he art cub rtauiment to Im- given b)
Miss Kaulliiian. the artist at Wittenberg
college, next Thursd.i) veiling, June .'.
promists to be an event of mure thin usual
mlerist and ple.i-ure Mis- K iiiltman
has as an obitct in bringing art matters
h. fore the uimi.sli iteatteuliounf the pupils
and fai ult). the form ition of an art class
at W'lttiiibirg next )eir lliursiltv
evi mug she will deliver a let ture before
the faciilt), students and visitors, and II i
previous clfoit of Miss K lUtfiiiau at M Paul
chinch is to be legardtsl as a precedent, the
Inline will Ih-a bright, spnv and tlmr
oiigh!) origin 1 eifort, delivereil in i -t)le
xxhiih is petiiturl) the artist's ovx ii. Miss
F.sthcr simi-on will add to the pleasme of
Ihoevtinug b) a few visal gems, and Mis
lieueSpiiiglt r xvill pit) a nuiutier of piano
solos In In r usual btiilllant i).
NOT A DEMOCRAT.
i.llll t H-Illll 1-llll-l.
, K-ttil.lf. in VII
isterd t) was a lixelx d iv lor the news
pi-rs, mil the best of them willsome
tiiues mike mistakes under the iniM tils of
hot. ipnck work. I he lust id them in this
it) did xestirda) the 111 pi m it enn-taim-l
a verx aimo)ing error It stateil
that Mr John ('a-hm. oiienf Major KelljN
nexx imhie nlhcers. xxlii.seapHiintinent was
conlirmisl b) tsiuiit il Tuestli) night, was a
democrat. This i- not true and the 111
I'l nl if ,iilogies Mr Ca-hin is a tried
and true, rtsl hot and iimiimproiiiisiiig,
il)cil in the wool and cutliisia-tic renilili
cau. lie ha- been a republican worker
ever sun e he attained his majorit), and
limits from a republican famil). He is a
republican in ever) atom of the six feet
two inches of his stature, and the 111 rt n
i it is proud and honored in making the
Ills lli.tltir, lllilt.e 4.iiiit;, I1misi-- 4.f I,
I e IVtit C.I-i-ii.
(inlx minor ta-.s were ili-jn-isl of h)
Judge Young in the pnlne1 court )tstenla)
alttrniHiii. 'lhouiLs lleagan, drunk, was
lined S'i .iiiilisi-t-;(5eorgeanil Charles l.iw
remc and Mar) Williiinsou. di-onlerl),
each ?" and isists: Jumts A)ers and John
Walers. drunk and disordtrl), eudi ?" and
co-ts. Mar) Feiister, thargetl with assault
and batter) on another woman living on
xxest Columbia stri-et, xxas ili-mis-tsl:
Charles Marsh. Clarence rnderwisMl and
Will ItoNer ilnrgtsl xvith stealing nranges
trom Mien's fruit -land on Muulav, were
I islieriiitru's I ml,.
Mes-r- Willi!. Mcl.crvej. ca-lnexof the
Cituen-' Natiniial bink, Frank K. Md.er
ve). loiintv treasurer, and Fred J. II.
.sehell. all meinliers of the Neni I Fi-huig
club, pis-tsl through the citx this morning
en route lor home. The) hive ls-n at the
l.ewi-tnwn reservoir for txxn das, ii-hing,
but h id on!) imlilTereiit link -o far as
blai k hiss were cniicenied, asthc) capturtil
mil) sixteen nt the ginie Uitities Hi
have lint vi t U'gun In lute treel) at the
reservoir 'I he) nptiiriil i I irge niimlier
of hue tatlish.
(o.itit; I. I iirt.
Coiidin tor (osirge HiH.g.ui, of Ni nil. mil
his daughter Mis- Fill sill for Kugl uul the
isth ot June. 'I he) will st rt for New
i oik a little In-fore tint tune, -pending a
few divs th.-re with Mrs Iiisig-m's si-ter.
lliej cxihs t to vi.-il all (sunt- of mtere-t
in Fngliml and Iieliml. and will lie ab-ent
forsevtr.il mouths. Mr. iLsitcau is an old
nut ellicit nt rulroid mill, hiving U-eti m
the-crvitcol the Little Mi imiaUuit tlurlj
live)ears Of I lie be h is not been fteliug
well and the trip is taken tor his li. -villi a
well is In- diughtir's
11 Is ,V.irt . inle.l.
'I he enterpiising London Clothing Coiu
panv in their big "ad " in todij's Ui ci n
I ii . mikes a splendid oder to the members
ufthei; A. It., I'ost No 4"i, who are not
-iipiilnsl with the iiiiiioriu, and an not af-
foid to pi) the regular prue. 'Ilf) hivf
mule a special rale, anil all loiurailcs
should see whit an interest Hi- Loiuloii
Clothiiig Compiiiv arctikmg b) reading
their "ad, md buving a uniform for tin
piratic mi Meconium dav 'The speci il of
fer stand- good mil) till sit.inl.iv .
Xlirii.il In VV Im i.n-iii.
Mr .Limes l. IWo. oldest -tin of Ihe
Kev II F Del. i, arm id in the nt) tin
morning, aitoinpanitsl h) his bride. I in
Tue-div Mr Deloiiml Ml II. len Herg
-ttts-trweie minlisi at the home of the
tunic in Kills'in n, Wi-ioii-m, and the) aie
now taking a -hurt wedding tour liefore
the) go to their home in Deux er. Col.,
where Mr Delo is engaged in business.
Mr. Heloisa graduate nf Wittenberg col
lege, and has mm) friends In this cit)
Spriugtletil XV lieeltneii.
It is espet lall) de-mil that all memter
of the local club lie at the meeting th s
evening at 7:30 o'clock, as bii-iness of Im
portance will lie transacted, and also to
welcome President Kirkpatrick home.
A BRILLIANT EFFORT.
lie John U Miller's Ailmtriliie Speti Ii
at tlie Republican Convention.
VVIiitlh. Krioil.lit mi I'.rlt is, .ml Win
llj I . iil.-rs V.. - n I II. . v. Sinn.
iiotr) r i Ime- I- r..n. ll.i ( n.
. ent ion.
'lhewolkof the rcpilblie-.lll foiiutv coll
vt ntion )i terd iv wasileinl) and sj-teui
atnallv dmie. mil tukit iiomiuitnl is a
t redil to theionveiition ami lo the repulih
cuis of Clirk count)
'The 111 im in it s complete r. u .rt la-t
evening b-aves nothing to le said
lUiut the pro. fillings ot Ihe tonveii
In. ii. and it ma) ln riiiiirked
ill this cntiliet'tloii that the III i'l ui n was
the ted) p.iiei in .Spmiglie Id that laid lie
fore its le-ulers la-t evening a iniiiplt te md
detaileil n mrt of the pn ceilings. 'Ihe
tsiuvt ntion adjouruisl at -1 r. ochn-k. md
in less than hfteeh uimiitcs atterw in I Hie
Uf i'l in ii was on the -trei-ts with a full
and an urate rejrt of the pro. ceilings.
In acieptlng his nomination b) theion
vi'iiliou Judge John ( . Milh-r m tde a hnl
bant scet Ii a sjh-is Ii wlmli, as tin J,
1 1 in u s.u, )esterdav. was a t relit to his
head and heart -one which is indicative of
his sterling republicanism mil his broul
knowledge nf the part) The lit i'l in if
tialaj presents the spffcli m full It - as
Mil Ciiviuxixx vi l.isTifxii-x m
rut Ciixvi-miiin lam mo-t profounill)
grateful bi the republitaus of Clark county
for the honor the) haxe i on f erred upon me
in nominating me li so handsome a vote
for the hfth time to the oflue 1 now hold
1 know that there is a xer) large senti
ment among the (icople in favor of restrict
ing the number of terms xvhich an otlicer
ma) hold iiihiii the principle ot "rotation in
ofhec," and 1 now -a). fer griteful for
past ! axn rs. I shall not In agim a t.mdi
date after the prest nt term for the mln e of
prob ite judge
And while suing tin-. I wmt it di-tmctlv
understootl that in) own conviction is that
no one can establish a t laim to an) public
othce. but that office are the proper!) of
Hie pisiple. lo Ih- lilleil lij thein sole!) in
the liest intere-ts of the .siple, without re
gard to the niimlier of term- xxhich all ofti
cer mi) hold.
I am al-o grateful for the iioiiimition I
caiise it is isinferreil b) a part) which will
hold a pi ice in lu-lor) greater and w nler
nut higher than aii)pirtyof aii)ageor
toiiutrj greater thin duelph or l.lnls-l-liue,
greater than l.tmnilist or .lacnluii,
greater thin whig or too apuljwhfse
pralsfshive ls-eu simghjsiiih mc ts as
Longfellow and Whitlier -a pari) enm
prising within its meinliers the brightest
galax) uf statesmen and soldiers the world
ha-ever known the pirtv of Lincoln, who
imitisl theihilauthriip) nf WilU-rfurt e with
the -t tte-min-hip of Pts'l the part) of
.seward. eipiil in honest) to Franklin
and in shrewilne to Til!e)raiul the
put of Cha-e, niiil m tuiaiice to
II mutton loNlolpliin or 'lurgot the
part) of John Sherman, as a financier su
lienor to theiuall the partv of that greater
toiniiioiier than P.llt) Pitt, the great coui
iiioiier, that greater mencan thin the
irreit American. H irt) f'liv tint Amen
can of Americans. James (. lllilne the
party of llrant. xvhn in the late civil war
soiuiilcil at lonel-oii tin Inst ke) note of
siicce in the memorable words. T ncnu
ilitlniial sum nder.' whose hhslv bittles
nf the Wil.leniis and the ruxxiiing vie
tnries iM-fnre Pettrshurg and at psutiit
tnx surpiss ed the Nst tampaigiis nf Wei
liiigtuu in spam the part) of T.-cuiiiseh
Sherman, xxhnse memorable ' March to the
Sea" will live m histor) alongside Napo
lisiii's.idxanceuHin Mo-ow and HanmbiTs
ravages In ltil) the put) of Far
ragiit, whose pt-sing the fort- on the
Mississippi la-lusl to a mi-t of his i-s-el
amid a storm of her) hid. places bun side
bv sitle with the hero of Trafalgar The
pirt) nf .Sheridan, Mcl'lierson, Garfield
and a ho-t of other distinguished men md
lesser lights The pirtv whose glories
shall shine on refulgent, and exer refulgent
to the remotest end of tune hmdisl doxxn
it list b) tradition, though, majhaps.
ret'ordeii lu-torj , through the xvrtvkofua
lions, shall hive faded into utter oblivion
This is the part) to which I oweallegunte.
lias is the pirt) by which 1 hive lieen
nominated, and I am proud nf the honor
thus conferred upon me.
I lleslilflll lss Kutnrisl I .1.1 Nmlit
l.lcbt Haul XV ..i.ilerf nl liitrttii; i.r llie
Tills cit) seems ju-t now to lie in i stile
uf siege b) burgl irs 'Ihe burglaries were
committed on Tuesdav night and four list
nigiil, aim ineeiiii i- prulialilj not x et, a.
the operators have not been eapturtst. 'The
extreme Isildness and diring of thf burg
lars are remark title When tli-sovertsl in
a liou-e the) are cool and collected, and
pns'eetl with their work as if entirelv tm
ilisturbed. The lesuleliceof (Jeorge Cr.s-, No. r.s
Pearl street, was entered almut midnight,
entrant e lieing atftstetl through a front
window. .Mrs. Cre w.t- slecpuig down
-tans xxith a sick child, and Mr. Cre-s and
another child xxere up stairs. Mrs. Cress
was awakened b) an uuu-iial noise and
discovered a in. in standii.g ill the door-wa)
ot her room ami the room ailjouimg m
which there xt.i- a light An in-tant
later she saw another man
in the next room. Mie sere-anusl,
but before she tould cr) nut agim the man
m thetloorwa) -tepjietl into the room and
clnstsl thediKir. In the ink) darkness of
the bedroom he then told Mrs Crtss that if
she -creamed agiin lie xxnuld kill her she
thereuioii screamed more loinllj than ever
and she still lives, the burglar probabl)
thinking lietter of his threat. Mr Cre vva
avakene.1 h) the screams and opened i
wiiiiiow and called for Ihe police. The pines
burglars lhen coollv and delilieratel) look i
their departure. Mr. John lhiughertv. nf
.i l earl street, heard llie veiling, and lisik
mg out of a window saw two men hurr)
Ingaw.i). 'Ihe) were white and wore silk
hits Full) fnrt) iersiiiis were tltiaitisl
to Cre-s's house b) Hie screiining
When Mr .1 N O-Ihiii, residing on the
corner of Center and Clark stret Is a'n-e
this uiuriiing he found that the house had
Inch vi-itetl b burglars U.ul -1 xxas
taken from his i-n-ket l.k. but nothing
el-e i-tli-tiirlnsl An eiitrime hut Uvn
eifet till through the kit. hen window.
Mr Charles Kra.llev' rcsideiuc. it
the corner of Pleasant and F.u torx
stiee I-, was trie.1. but the burglar- f uleil to
gi I in Mr llradli'v heard them working
at a xv union and, arising and securing his
rev nix er, he 0ciictt the xxiiuluw and
jumped out alter the tellow. who ran for
dear life. Mr l'ridlev snapisd his revol
ver -ever.il times liefore it was discharged,
but the man esiaied. Mr Kradle) then
sdarted iround the linu-c, and met auotlier
mm fate to face. 'This fellow ilsor.ui.
and although Kr.ullej shot at him. he r--captil
Three more lesnlences xxere trieil. but
none of them wereentcreil
I'.urglars N'irin work on a window it Mr.
Hurt Wbitele)- lesulente. iO. stiiith Mar
kit street, but tailed to etfn I aii)thing.
proKibl) liemg frightemsl aw a).
At the result nt es of Mr Chirle- C
I.etslle, .isl south Market street, and Mr. .1
I), lluril, SV sniith Market stnvt. the bur
glirs Uinsl the window sash full of holts m
tr) ing to get at the lab he. 'The) did not,
how exer, accomplish lheirpnrise
'llie isilueare working diligent!) on the
c.v-e and will endeavor to capture thefe
liM.k- I.1U VI inn. p.. I).
Ten of the new Millie force, including
Ihe Inspector, are from the Second ward
Ooes the Second xyanl covet the earth?
W. C. T. U.
It-Kiilr niiirtirly xlei-llns i.r ihe I I irk
I .null) lltili.ll II. Ill nl si-lmti on Hi.- Hit
Ihe regulir ipiarlerlv met tun; ol tl
Clark toiintv W I f I was hel.l mil.
fro lids' church at Selmi on Tuestliv 1 In
mis'tiug w tsweil mended 'Ihe follow un.
ti.tmett ladles were prest nt from spru
held Mrs I ir. A. A. Hiker, Mrs l M
Hum. Mr-. J. W Kuril. Mrs. W lit
slot. -Miss S F avilisr. and Miss lien r
etta (. Moore Miss llertha Wildium ion
ducteil the devotional "crvi.es. while tin
pie-idtiit Mrs. Hannah Smith, of Selin i
pr.sldisl at the businiss mittnig Mi
( aviiecr aite.1 as leniiKr.ir -.s r. tirv n
the ib-eineof the regular -ecretarv XL
Mi ink. of I'lloll
Mrs. W in. Wildnnn. the tn-a-iirer, pro
sfiiteil an ileiiiiitl reirt lor the.iiirtei
and resirtsvvt re pie-eutisl from the -even
local unions, and list, the s' .it spring
Iield, the latter Ik nig mule bjMis-Cavi
ber who represented the vuimg lubes nr
gull itiuu to In Hi i ver) tlourishiiig Condi
Mrs Dmwiildie reNirteil as to the fair
work It is still untie, iiltsl whether tut
union will -tx lire all) privuege
friuii the agritultiiral Nurd nr not
If) subsequent at tion, after nun b ilisi u
sioii. it was det ule.1 tliat if the right t -til
iiecre.iiu. etc., xxas sis iiled lhesprmi;uVld i
I ition should haxe all the pruhts result ,
mg therefrom, inwards pijing the exiense
ul the state toiixeutloii to lie held in ( ti
Ut List )car the count) union ret en e.1
the net proceeds from all but one daj -sales.
'I Ins )eir the other local unions xxil
be expef tisl to assi-t the Springfield imioi.
in conducting the stand
Mrs. Hannah I awrelice. of Selina, vva
aplMimte.1 lounlv suiierinteiiilent for sue
pressinn nf impure Iiteriture. Mr. M uln)
the count) siiierlntendent nf -. len j
tihc temperance eiliicatmn, made a ver) in '
tere-tmg reimrt of the work of her tlepirt j
inent, esim'lall) rehtive to the effort made
bw arils securing the ias,sage of the bill
which xxas defeat.sl b) Hie la-t legislature.
V resolution xxas pied, exnres-ing the re
gret of the coiixention oxer the defeat nf
the scientific educational lull bx the legisla
ture Whenever the local boinls of edu
tation are in s)iiipith) xxitli the xvork
proper text Imoks tan be mtrodiit til, or
le-at hers allow tsl to give oral mstrui turns
In the selina school- no -x-ial text Imoks
are u-eil, but the teachers are reiiuireil
to give the necessar) Instruction orall) on
h)gienic ellectof alniholic lieverages. etc
A basket dinner in the hurcli wis ver
inucli cnjn)etl b) tho-e in attendince Mrs
I M. lluriis leil the devotional exerci-es in
I the aftt miHin. after which she gave a re
I port of her xvork a--u-nntendent ot the
l department uf social purilj. xvliuhwas
verj em oiiraging. Miss Cavileer reisiiteil
on the work among railroad employs.
Mrs J limwiildle read her piper on
J lie rel ition of the W. C 'I.I. to temper
am e. whn h she read a week ago at the an
mill meeting of the s,pringlielil union
Mrs. Dr. Kaker was called on and made an
interesting and spirited talk. '1 he cotive n
lion wa then treated to a mo-t excellent
address b) Miss Moore, whose talks ilxva)-p!e.t-e,
alwavs encourage and are ever f I.
of new iileis md thoughts Shewi- ' -t
ems! to b) a delighted audience M
Moore remainisl over and aihlres-ed a I irge
audience in the evening, in the same pl.n e
I he time and pi tee for holding lit t ii ir
terl) meeting was not uxeil. but will go lo
the txecutive louimittee for tlieinti.de
termine. The secretar) pro teio w is di
rts'te.1 to hue the reirt publlsheil in sii n
paji. rs as she siw tit
3l.irrlui- I his vim nine .if Mr. t ..li.n
Hurl.-nn.l V-.e-.i lliirrl.in.
t 7 i.VIm k this morning i U-autitiil
wislding occiirnsl at Lagondi lew farm
the toiitra. ting pirtus U'lug .Miss Jessie
laughter of Mr. and Mrs L'lwan! Hirrisou.
of laigondi Yiew farm, und Mr. 1 olgan
Kuril, eldest -on nf Mr and Mrs. 1) M
Kuriis. Kj the tune the hour indieat.sl had
arrivisl the mtiinite friend and relatives
ofthexouugcoupleh.nl assembled, to the
nuiutier of about tweut). "soon afterward
Mr. Hums ami Mi Hirn-oii apiieired.
and in .1 det'pl) nuprcive iiimnei
Hie Kev Frank t. Mitchell pro
noiiiieeil the solemn leremoiij which
mule them hiisbiud and wife The
jtiung couple then received the heartx ion
gratiilattonsand lHt wishes nf their friends.
after which the compaii) was muted to
partake of a delicious breakfast xvhich had
The bjule Ls a well known joung lidx in
the social circle of bprmglield and nuin
tiers her tnends lij the -core. She i- beau
liful and acfompli-hed.and is an esnviillj
evceflent musician The groom is hrul
book-kei'ier for the win ilesale gnnvrj firm
of Carson A Fox. He is a tine business
mill and in ever) xvaj is recognucd as tine
of the excellent joung men nf springiield.
.Mr. and Mrs. Kuril left at ID ..'clock for
Columbus and utber mnts, on a brief wed
ding tour i
Anionic those present al the wedding
were Sir. and Mrs. Ldward Ilarri-un,
Mr and Mrs. 1). M. Hums. Kev and Mrs
F. .. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. C. W Hums.
Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Mickle. Mrs. Andrew
Wilson, Mis Utile Wilson, Mr. John and,
Miss K-ther Kerger. Mr. Hugo Friedl imler. ,
Mr. J J O-borne. Mi Lottie uTaxern.
Mr. Elmer Itiirns. s,.t china dishes, set
silxer table and tea spoons, tivo sets iiaji
kuis ami table linen, blankets and bed linen. !
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwinl Harrison, parallel
Kible, Mr. and Mrs. I). M Hums xin
egir set, Klnier Kunis, tlecorateil dish,
Marie Miller -nf.i pilloxx and tire -creen,
.Mrs. Antlrexx Wil-on. toilet -et. Miss Itelle
W'il-fiu, set silver forks, Mr and Mrs.1
Charles Mickle four decorated goblets. Mr
and Mr-. 11. S. Crocker, half-doen plate-,
Mr John and Mi Iv-ther Kerger iclcry I
xa-e, Jlr. Hugo Fneillaiider towes. Miss
Lottie uTaxern. I
The Ki itiii u force desires to return il-ihank-for
a generous -upplj of the wed
ding delicacies, and smcerel) hoies that
the pitliwa) of .Mr. and Mrs. Hums through i
life in i) be strewn xxitli the tloxxers ot nap
AN ACCIDENT AVERTED
I illlr I I. ll.i win. N
i.llt es I , . Train-
s nil r.n k
...rna Iiiiik on II.
" What inn.ht hue In-en a fatal aieident
w is axertinl on the Pan Handle Mondax
exenuig. .1 nut's lousaiime aiiemiueii to
rim his engine from .Morrow to Oregoma.
thinking he loiild reai b the latter pi ice be-
loie No. ;, pis-encer tram, with fat (.ol
len as engineer, could reach the latter
named town. A small hoi ui uneoltiiei
farm ) ards along the road, noticed the m ,
glue and the tram approaching, and calb d
to his mother that there xxere txxo trains on I
the -an e trick. Ills mother ran and -ig i
naleil tne train and the thild siginled Hit I
engine. The) were approaeiung on a.urv
and (oiiscuueiitlv were not sei'n o the en i
gineers. The railro id loinpaii) presented
the inolht r and son each xxith sMl m gold
1 he Kxplaii ill. n.
'This exphain- lt-xxli) Mr Harrie
lliimphre)s, of .Springfield, xisits Delaware
so often. 1-ist Saturd.i) he was pie-euteil
with a He'a pin bj Mis- lalhe Wohlater. of
this citv The pin is uioimteil vvitli txxent)
si diamonds md txxelxe rubies. Mr
lliinipbre) is a siK'ietx mill and knows
full xxell how to sport a xalnible tun -Delaware
Sir. Htiniplirej is a ineiidH'r of lpha
(I iiniu.i chapter. Keta Thtta I'l, of Witten
berg college, a nienilier of the clxss of 'Ml
of that institution, and a thoroughly excell
ent )oung man. He will never reilect dis
credit on tlie pin presented to him by his
Fixe hundred gross of buttons Hist re
cetxed, consisting of white and smoke
pearls and handsome line of dress button,
at the 5 and 10c store, Arcade,
Summer Untllnl in:,' ( orscN, I eerli.
I.iidit-' l.ane , est, .Ic up.'
Ladies' (i iie Itiulie. :S5r lib.
Ladles' IIiMieit Swiss e-ts in Hnl
briggan. Lisle riire.nl ami sill.
I.i-le llnse lur Ladies, 2.1e n,(.
Mile ami lt.illirl(;g.iii Ho-.,, regclar
made, J3f uj.
Fans, Iirus.ils,.Ni'k linhrella.
Ituclilnir, I.inen lellar, Mull and
Linen ('liemisrfes, l.iueii Camljrlr
Wash llrc-s (.ot.il. Laiye stock anil
'I bin Silk llie-s LihmI.
Linen laiuuse, a ne thine
If j on xv ant i note delivered a package,
market biket or vab-e earned, bill dis
tributed, etc call a me-enger tmj. 'phone
A liu'tro assortment or Hani! Em
broideries front all parts
of Turkj lj
N. K. DAVIDYAN
Or Constantinople, Titrker, at
JOKES & SONS'
Corner E. Main anil Lime.-lone,
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY.
These ooils will lie sold at the
LOWEST L'KICES lor
Ladies and Gentlemen are In
vited to Kvamine, whether
thej intend to liny or not.
Imporier or Turkish (iinnl.
II. C. L ON.
AMI FVMILt SUl'PUES.
rite liest Canned and Kottled (Jooda,
Sttlctljr l'ttre and First-CIasa
(iotMls, at Lowest Prices.
The Late C. T. Ward Grocery,
07 WEST MAIN ST.,
Corner of Center, Springiield, 0.
TELKl'HOM-: SO. 3.
j. j. Mccarty,
,11 SOU I'll LIMESTONE ST.,:
Presents a splendid line of Suit
ings tor Geiitlemeu's
SUITS and OVERCOATS
MADE TO ORDER.
l.'ic will htn a pound ot pure
cronnil (.'ollVe, equal to any in
the cit j.
Trv onr Crown Prince ('olFees;
line Hios rrom 'J'ic to i'sc.
Ji'ic buysa pound oFood ronng
li)soii Tea that can not Iw
qnaled U any in tho city. Great
cut on all other Teas.
New York Cream Cheese just
S. J. STRALEY & CO.
Si VN1 21 KAST Hinil STKEKT,
Dr. Frank C. R tiny an,
-MarpbTJi llro 'sSlore.-
3pUlitteotlouittT6a to tfcu preiitnlagol
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