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iLIEST WEEKLY. OLDEST DAILY.
7-1-1 Ymr. 3llh Ymr
li-ilt-sl Octillion and tut Adifrllskg Medium
OL. XXXIII NO. 130.
WmiaTiiit.Juii ' Ohio
Fair eatlier. prci-nlcl ly
Sl'KINC.FlKLl), O., )
June 2, 1SS7. J
1 las prevented a great many
of our patrons for the last few
days from buying their sum
mer stock of underwear. This
will be succeeded, says Prof.
Drury, by a hot spell, and to
be comfortable, one must now
avail himself of
THE WHEN S
facilities ior your unlimited
Underwear of every de
scription : India Gauze at 25c
and regular made at 50c;
Ualbriggan at 30c, 50c, 75c
and Si ; Super Angola at 75c,
good "value at$i ; Nainsook
at 75c ; Striped Ualbriggan
at $1.25, our own importation;
French Lisle Thread atf $1.50
and $1.75. Netted Under
wear, in cotton, at 60c ; in
wool, $2. $2.25, $2.50; in
silk, $4.50, $5 and $6 pi-r
garment; we also have a
large line of Jeans Drawers at
25c.40c.50c, 65c, 75c.
We oiler a special line in
style of SHIRT
of samples see our west win
dow. THE WHEN
25 and 27 West Main.
lias driven Rio Coffees to
double the amount they were 0
months ago; Javas have ad
vanced but verv little. We
can sell you the best Old Gov
ernment Java, roasted, for 30
cents a pound ; the best
Golden Rio for 2Sc per pound;
-3 also, good for 25c and 23c.
I lave not. advanced. We arc
selling the best value Young
Hyson and Black in this mar
ket at 50c per pound.
When in want of good and
strictly pure and unadulter
J. M. NIUFFER.
PRESIDENT AND GOVERNOR.
Governor Divid Hill to Entertain Presi
dent Gruver Cleveland and Wife a.
Albany, Next Suuday.
Ij.e Lml 'l lllln IH.mmIhI lespe.t.i In
1ih I ir-l l r,lllti,i Atinii rr-n)
it 14 lliippv Pilr J41I111 si,, r-
mini in I lin iit.ii.
IH the iii-lste.l l'resj
i oi:k, .Iiiiii ' special friini
Alb-uiy. . V.. sa)- 1'iesi.lciit t'levehuid
and lu wile an- iiii iMiiuti I) known to lie
the gue-ts ot Cinenior Milt Ht ttii- new ex
ecutive mansion iin,ii tit. ir ritiiin fiom tin
Adirondacks. It i- thought Hint the pns
i.leitt will .unit "sitiiida) Iiiiii 11, ami
will remain lirii'i4i ral da).
"stltiu Inn. . .,.lunc J 'Ihe an
iiiicrsirv ul tin welding da) nf 1'if.iili lit
ami Mrs. Cleulind dawned licautilull) at
Sarausc Wlii-li Mrs Cleveland snt down
In breakfast sin tuiiinl a littli i luster of
foilr-leaved luitsi at lier plate. At III
uVImk. attei smearing tin u Iters blur-all)
Willi tl nnitiiieiit. the president. Mrs
Cleveland and Have ('rmik unit nil in one
t-oat. O.loiitl ami Mrs. Laiuonland Mil'af
fie) in amilhei. and Ir am! Mrs lln-mm
m a tliliil. to -ii-M.I the da) at Unit's in.ii.I,
alaiul three miles ilislant. The) look
lundi ami will prolnbl) leinain all da).
THE OLD LOCAN CUARD.
ul I egislHl.n,
Htm sen tlt.r.
Ilni I" In I.'. I
Sn ini i ii i i III., June i A meeting
of tht to: wli iltstisl .liihn A. Imuran
I 'nittil Mates senator, was held at the In
land hotel lastjuiglrt. with liltj uieuiliers
luesonL A iMTimnent organization was
ettis-lisl b) the election of C K Fuller
inesiileiit. Colonel lloganlus -ti letar) .mil
11.11 Fians t ice president. It was deuded
to hold the liientiial on Maj 1'', the .lite
when laigau w as eh vted. during ever) s
siun of the legislature, anil a iiiemori tl
iitiiiiinttis- was aiHiinlisl to plate -tiiiiuall)
a wicalli uiHin la-gaii's tonili upon this
date. It was also dti'idul that so far as
possible nifiiiliers of the or-.'auizalion
-honlil alteml ami assist m the exercises
whwi the ll of licnn Is transfi-rnsl to
the Uintl), winch is now U'lnj; miiitriu teil
Ami tin W.i) il lti l.rittiliiil.
On h Nsiiiu.o, K.. .Iiiiii i. Ksijiure W.
T. Kuketts. a roiuiiu'iit eitien and former
roiintj oftieial, was wajlaiil m the woods
two miles troin town, on liis wa home
Iuestla exenlns. drastiil faom his horse
lij VeniorTatiini. his xin-in-law. ln'aten
to iiist'Ilsihillt. and then eiuell stahlnsl.
He was found ,esterda inonimi: in an im
roiisfious romlition, hut afterwaids was re
stoisl to eimsciousiiess sutfioieiitlj to tell
lusstorj. He ean lit) t lie. There was a
crude lietween the men.
Aid In lriflilte III. H.lililorL C'ltse.
Cniro, June 2.- A -Yi s sxvial from
Des Moines, Iowa, sajs; Tin Iowa Mate
TeinjieraiM-e.al.iAl.ce.Usued a ciivular jt
tenlay to the clerej men (if the stale regard
less of ilenoiiilnatioual lines, aiinoiincini;
that at the solicitation of mm earnest
friends of 'irittiitulion the alliance had run
si ntisl to tie the misluim for the nillii tioii
of funds to aid the prosecution in the llad
ihiok ease. The circular sajs the alliance
is imssessed of authentic inform itioii tint
the pnisii'iitioii was li.iiiiixnsl for funds all
thnuith thelirst trial of Areiwlorf.
AllllM s,il,ti (irl.HlliHHl lrl.nli.
siiini.iiin. .luite -i WalUr :. Me
veiis. a pruateof loiuptnj A. Kiclitj-lint
Ohio inTanUA. was m usioinil ir-tcr.l.n at
the rate of S". i er mouth tor lus.init',. and
in addition he lias lo.t the us' of hoth feet
and m bedridden. He is cared for In, a
sister, and as his application was tiled In
July, INi'i, lu-will lie able to have the com
forts of life iliiruiK the leinalnder of his e
Istemi'. as the aiiearaKes allownl him
amount to SI-. .Hi. He lesides at Delplios,
O . aiul his iiione will Ik paid at the t'o
Killnl by II s.lloon Keeper.
Ciniinnvti, June J Last nillii. at
Nnith Heiid, a illai;i ten miles lielow Cin
ciuuati. Keiilk'ii Kudlcill. a siltnin keeier,
strut h Win Ko) with a club ami mstantl)
ktlleil him. lin) was in a saloon with se
era! others. Nmie one raise,! a disturb nice.
when Kudu ill seitil his club todrne theiit
out. He struck one or two others, but the
blow on Ki'J tell at the base of his brain
and lie fell lileless. Ko is a" ouin; man
'oikim; on the raitload and came lioitt
Jai ksoii count), Ohio.
I'ni.li l to
I'lTTslil 1.11, June 2.
n east hound ex-
press train on
the l'lttshiir1; and esti rn
railmad ran into a car of lumlier last een
UiK. baill) wmklni; the em;iiie but lint
daiii.U!im; the nai lies. Klimneer Al Shook
was crushed to death, ami the I1rcmn.11.
whose name could not be Icarneil. serioiisl)
but not fatal!) hurt None of the passen
irers ere litjuriii. Theiuvuient wascaiised
b) a lumber lardroppun; down trom a sid
ing to the main track
llulliet lilur) tor Hie I lil.tle.
Iinhon, June 2 'Ihe )acht rice yes
tird) oler the nn.il l'liames tilt) -mile
iours ,as won b) the Hustle, which ran
the inurse in 1. hours The lre uneieii
the distance ill hours ami - minutes, the
t.cnita " hours and ri.i minutes. The this
tle ai hie, nt a brilliant ictori .
I mitral ! Irtjot I'iwii.
i win 1:1 iin.i. Mass, June i Tie
funeral "f -Major lleujamiii I'erle) I'oore at
Indian Hill farm yesteldi) afteriKHUi was
larvel) atteiidetl, iiotwitlistandim; the se
ere raliistorni width preiailetl. The ser-
ini were imple and impressie.
Keuuliiliui. Hie I i'ltnir Ir.illli
lto-ToN. .lune'i Ihe senile )estenla)
afleriimm passtsl to engrossment a bill pli
11t11c lor a loiistitiitimiil aiiiendiiieut pre -
bibiliui: the maiiulaitiiie and s.lle ot alii -
holn lupiiirs as a lNeiaKi.
rile up the .IhiIkii...
Tin r 10. O. June 1. The feehniT is
Mrom; litre that the Tolulo t'nilels vere
iiujustl) treateil in the iiatinual drill at
Wastinton.where the) were gien seenth
pi n e.
1 .litter. Itltrileit.
Oini inn t l. June .'. V. ( Kennett A
Cii.'taiuier. No. ooi tVntrjil aueniie. -i1estio)iil
h) meat an earl) hour this morn
mt;. 1 oss, iiicliidini; sti k, S'iU.whi.
'i w Vor.K. June i. Kea;an this morn
imr defeated Files in a lurid to a tinisli.
Foit-lour iouutis were fought m two hours
and :lt he iiiinutis.
,,.r-tl for It. pt.ils.
tn. June i The eiii brain II of
the IH)ton Niard of ttade. I'ere) A. I'uk
erel. inaiuiirt r. ilose.1 its tb.irs )esteida)
foi lat k of business.
Intl., June : "several small
houses well) binned here this
uiurnllig. Loss liclit.
Cnn vi o. June i stns.tor John Sher
man aimed this liiollilln; tlolll spltluirie,l
lout, hi III Will be trlidelid a leieptloll
A l.ll'r Klllnl.
Ss kniiiniii, 'lev. June i While
Samuel (J Keiil. a deserter Innii the arnij,
was In in hsl fumi the cnaril-hons.-heie
totlaj In mull rto trial liy i oiirt m irti il. he
luoke awa from the iruanls and llisl 'I he
tuaids s,.nt a Millej alter him and he fell
muitalU wounded. Ittid has a remark tide
hlstorj llelsU'lieeil to haM' eoiiiiiiitti-d
hnlf a doen murders. A few jears hro
hv and another deserter kilksl a mil .lew
named ltlix-k, at Matamcras. The uuiidei
.rs s,k unsl StO.WH). Keisl i nines of a eood
Jainil In Montconurj'. ,ft-
Sr. I.m is, .lune-J A mvi.iI fiom m
Antiime. Tevas, s.ijs- .Sunuel Q. lletsl
was killed li aide of l'liitisl Mate sold
li rs todaj Heeil w as not miT'lu J enrs of au'e
and a son of one of theliest families in Ala
haui-i Mi enlislisl as a jiruate in the
1'iiilist Matesarmj liutdesiTlisland i ross,sl
to M itaiuonis. where he killed and mlilied
i rli h jeweler ii.imisl lilwk. lie was ar
n stisl ami condennnsl todeath lint iso.iwl.
Kissl wl'nt to ealifornii and Arimu. slrw
a iiiiiili nt men there and linallj dnttisl
kick to ban Antonio, where he was arrested
on therharceof desertion and turinsl imr
to the militar. 'istfnUj Keeil, under a
Ihh L'uard. left his prison Tor the hall
where the militar j court sat. unhiswav
there he made a i!relerate iitteiitt to es
.a:e and tinil iiinUI. and innrtatl) wounded
in', dratli-tieii iimfi-ssioii Kie.1 admittisl
the murder of Itloek.
I nrK llorsi- Ui-mI.
1 ininiJ'iiin'. Kj , .hum i One of Ihe
lamest siimli Imrsi tlniis.it tiiius ul the
season was iiiiisiiiiiinatiil jtMenlaj. A
Smith MiCanii, of this oit. siilil to W. C.
Frame, of thiseount. tluee two-jear-oltl
nllies. one two-je-u old enl.l, sl jearliiiK
lillies ami scM'ii je.irlmn lolls, all hj lied
WilksV and out of taslunualii) lirnl males,
theiousideratioii Ihmhk iO.lKKl.
St. I.ii is, June i. A special from
Jaeksttn, Miss . saj Win Meele. i olornl,
was hanirnl tila, prHatelv. in the jail
jaiil In re, for tin murder of Nelson 1'ottir,
colornl. m this citj. Amriist .'" last. 'Ihe
ohject of the inurdei was rohlier). the two
men lieim; total striiiiers. Mn-le was imi
vii tisl on his own nmfesslou.
Keptiltlli mi l.nieriHir Cliosett.
CiiNfiinn, N. 11.. June 'J. -Hoth houses
of the lecislature met in joint coinention
jt-tcrtla tftirnooii aiul lillnl aiam ies In
the s, natonal district. The liallot fi.ri;o
enior resultisl as follows Thomas 'oCs
well, ot (iliiiMlltowli l.delil.1. Mil, 'h tries
II. sajer. ol llirtt-r (rep., lTs. Mr Si-
er a as iltvl irtsl elis'tisl.
A ini i ns, Ind .June J. The resilience
of (.. W. Johnson was struck l mhtiumr
esterds and two of his tluldn n weie
ilano louily injuml. The
was knocketl senseless.
THE LUDLOW SALE.
Tliirlr-one I tits. Im lllttlllir tli ltiiblelir,
s,,l,riir.'.l..!IIO TlmUitsAII ell rll.
'Ihe l.ndlow sale of lots on Wetlne-da)
afteriUKin was an immense, success, the lots
all selling at uoml Intures. The sale was
oiiductut by Messrs. Fole) A llnjuanl.
and its success was latxel) due
to their, efforts. The -weather .a
ecee.lincl) tlisai;reeable. but iiotwithstand
IiiKthit fact a larire iiiuulierof (H-rsonswere
present. 'Hie lots were not purch ised b)
speculators, as w ill be seen .from the list.
but b iiersoiis who proiiosc to erect resi
dences on them. The Ludlow residence wn
piuvhaseil b) Dr. II. II. Se)s, for5s,T'.0. It
is considered a great barpain at that pro e.
The sale aggrci-aUi Si3,:WU. Followim;
are the numbers of the lots the prices paid
fort them and the purchasers:
its: II. Temple .
V C Williams
V m F. hitter
lltsirue C VauLleat
.'dr-11 J.tntii llolirrr..
U 1 Itarles m. Kaut..
sills wm Mueller
V)17 Kit n ant O Ulctiel
MI12 C W . Mnltli
yilt Vrank l.tni;
vill C.1I Msher
Vtl. K.S Wallace
r04l J s HayuaM
11111 K 11 Vckersiui
i"4T Mrs J Hli 111
VHS 11.11 Forest
V4) aiue .-
Mil Ilenrr L sitiaeter
't,2 Peter Hlls
o.Yt K I I'olllns
r.r. Mlsi Uallaril
rj(iiy ii 1. Fiim
'rfCn .1 A Csitiinttn
41I11 II r liliii.tml
11 11 srs resltlelli
BOUND OVER FOR PERJURY.
.1 ir.il, O.rrstrerl llt-lil II llser ill lleitv)
lli.n.l. I.. H l.r.l.e l.ln.
Jamb O.erstreet, of Clifton, the injured
in m arrested f the ehaixe of perjnr) ill
mi iirlni; alliens to iiiirrj Frances l.aiiiout.
also mlornl. of the saint illii;e. bad his
trial Weilnestla) afternoon In'fore 'S-itiire
Urn keiirulKe. and was hehl ow-rtu tourt
in the sum ot $".UJ. Dr. Farr. of "Ninth
Charleston, testilitsl to hawm: attended the
mrl's mother m conhneineut on Jauuar) 17.
17J. and delhered her of the child whose
ace 1 now In vital tiuestiou. bhe is. there
fore a little oer II )ears old, ami swore to
the fact on the stand.
Ihcrstrect teshiied that the irl lu.l
told bun than she was is )eirs old.
but on cross-eaiiiinatloii it was shown
that two weeks aici i he had asked a m m
nanml Smitlu at Clifton, w hat the pen ill)
woiiltl In in just siiih a ease as this. I!e.
Mr. Music, a colored minister of Ccdarulle.
testtlieil that he 1ml lvn present when tl.e
(Inld was iNiru: but lht m re-
ent toiiversatioii with him. tin
i;irl had s mi that she hail told Oierstrnt
that she was ut ate. The gill's p-uents.
Mr and Mrs. Lamnnt. of Cliltou. were
present Iherstrect wenrhs .iltout JUU
pounds, while the nulls allien sbn of a
hihl sunn in sraiuie ami wt-unuunoi
o i rum) imiiuus.
Lieut J. Ch it linden rt turntil )estenli)
tioiu Washington, D. C, wheie he was in
alteiidiiic. uiHin the great militarv em amp
iiu-nt. He is full ol the sentiment that the
'I oleiln Cadets were ver) unjustl) illscrun-ui-itiil
aiiiisl in their not rueivnu; aprie.
and thinks there was hociis-xciis in the
award It Is stated, however, that the Ca
tlets departetl, in some reHTts. from the
tactles as prtes nlml in the manual.
Miss Anna Miller and Miss Anna llnben
lctt this uiomlut; lor a pioIoiiKul trip east,
including I'lttsburi; and ework. Miss
Miller will take part in the coniiueiicenit nt
exercises of the Hlairsville, l'a , ai-adeni),
of whose musical department lier sister,
Vis Marie, is in charge. She will remain
in New ork during the summer.
On Saturda) evening, June 4, the sim
mer season will be opened at Muiioilal
hall, "soldiers' home, Divlon. b) the Home
Dramatic loinpaii), at whuli time "Ihe
nominee of a 1'is.r oung Man" will be
The Carter Im) who was arrested on
Tuesila) alternooii on the i harKc of rob
buig .Mrs. llcur) Klkiiis of a watch and SI
was dismissed it being shown that he Ii d
nothing to tin with the rohlier).
Findla) will have, a grand leltbiation on
th. sth to loth ot June The 1. I! ,v
will sell I'viursluli tickets at lull tale.
SPKIXGFIELT), 0., TUL'HSUAV EVEMM-, .ITIYE 2.
ltntl.ll lleelltlEi.l Hie Ulilim Ilium Mis
sliinitr. ,. I, I. of Hie ('inrlliltlttM olili
eltt e iiT III- II tl.uillsl I Iiiiii II.
riit annual mectinc of the Laities' Home
Missltmar) sot ict) of the Ciucinnati cor
feremeol the Methodist Kplswpal church
mint mil at the Central M K diiirch. this
fit), tins Tluisi.i 1 iiioriiiiii: at Id u'elock.
with a law allendinte of ladies from this
ami other cities. The Cincinnati confer
eiiii is comiostil of the I'inciiiiiali, Di)
ton. ispriimhcld. HillsNiio. llamilloii ami
Klple tlistrnts. ami the delegates and
ineuiliers assfiuliltil in Spriinjiield tmlsy
eomposf a lim liHikim;. intelligent ImhI) bf
'Ihe niti'lim: was c Hint to order at lO'So
h) theiiinfeieiiti' piesident, Mrs. Dr. Knil
an. of this fit). I In Iirst business wis
the inlloiliit lion of deli Hales, b) the pre-i
dent, who then delicin! a heart) and thtr
oitkrhl) a.liuirible aililn ssot welt oiue. Mrs.
I. . lkin. ol i im iiuiaii. secrciar) t
of the national iniiiuatioii, abl) rescind
ed Ihe minutes of the lat liieetiin;. hehl itt
enia a ear ai?n. were leatl b) tliiinifir-
eii, e secrelir), .irs. .laines i uauieiior, oi
'I In follow hit; staiulim: committies went
tin u appointed:
It) I iws Mrs F. A. Aiken. Cincin
natr Miss Clan Allen, i, ami Mis.V.
I Fn Cintinimli.
Home Missions Mis lli-diop Mi.rriJ.
SpritiKlield, and Mrs. M T Cue) Cineln
'1 he tpiestion tlrawer is to lie i oudiictod
b) Mrs 1- I Maishill. of Cimlniiati. i
Nonunalioiis Mr. Aiken, I'liidiiuati;
Mrs. oiinic. Muhlltlown: Mis oiint,
Tro) Mrs. Ilerusle). U'anesille, anil
Mr. Caldwell. sprin:lield '
'I he inn tint; adjourned at mum. ami tl'
Wsitiui; ladies-were umtdl down staus Ui
the lecture room to partake of an evei lleijt
luiichniii pn'parnl b) the ladies of Un
church. File tables, lieauhfiill) adorned
with Ilowers, weresnievl forthe acc-oinuiq-d
Ulnn of the Kiiests. At eirli plate wasR
l.iininr Tin luncheon comprised siicji
tlellciicies ami siilMantials as teaandinllei,
nil's, bread and butter. eal loaf, cold haul,
pickhs. lettlll , shceil new tomatoes, ber
ries, u e t ream suid t ake. The lm llinii rtj
pat was done ample lustlctj,
ami man) of the gentlemen of the church
paitook of the meal. also. pi)im;a nominal
,.n. .. ..nil '1 he !' im r.i it 's M.iinir man
relunis liisackiiowltni'enieiit for his lianOr
soiue enlertaiiimeiit. and awi to the olhcei),
of the soeicl) for faors. 1
r.usiiies-, was lestimetlat 'o' lock ami tllj
afttniiKin will lie occupied h) routine wtufc
ebctiouof ollicers. hearun; reports of iiuil
lillltees ami otlicers. etc. This eenniE
session willionclude ihe ntcctiim and wiB
lHileottil to addresses, the question (mix.
etc. Mrs. Uutlierford I'. Hi)es. wife of
the e president, was eniliil to Ik-prcjj
cut. but toiild not (nine.
Aiming the ilelealii and visitiiu; meiiy
lier. present are the follow unr
From Ciniiiinatiilirkt- Mrs F I'. Mar?
shall, ileleuate. .Mrs. Dr.-M. I". I are), Mrj
J. L. Coiiltei. Mrs James Dale Mrs. W. L
Hamilton district .Mrs. Yoiini;, delegate,"
and Mrs. Collett, both of Middletowii; .Mrsn
.1. L. Coulter. 5
HilSlmni district - Mrs. Hemic), of
W.l) lies Villi
Spnntlield district Miss Clara Allen, or
Xenia ronfert nee. correso!niiiiK sei-n'tar)
rrs. John II. Allen, deleirate: Mrs. C. 1
Spencur.-Mrt-KbriifM ltt Mission luihlTj
Mrs. Mower. -Mrs. ur. .iianay. juss isoiue
cue, Mrs. Coniiable. Mrs. I'ettiirrew. all of
Xenii; Mrs. Itanise). of Central hurrli.
bpriimlield, Mrs. Cheatliaui. I ibana Mrs.
Hapjicrsett. !nice church, I'rbana; Mrs.
Jaiineson. Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. live. Mrs. Dou-al-on
ami Mrs. Caldwell, all of I'rbana.
Da)toi district Miss I.u Caddis, set re
tar) of the district: Mrs. Friell, dele 'ate
from Crao-rlmnli, Dalon:Mrs. Cinstable.
KM-r cliurtli. Da) ton; Mrs. Iluiiieer.
Mrs. Haiina. Mrs. Daugherl), Mrs. Chan
cellor. Mrs. Dr Leonard, of riipia. Mrs
Lewi, of I'ltiua. delesriles. Mrs. oiint.
Mrs Van Clew. Mrs. dllliert, tlelei;Htes,all
I'eple) district was not represt nttil.
TOO SMART BY HALF.
street ( tirllrlier Allesisl lulline llrttl-nllt-
lleaten h I'diisriiKer.
lAst nlcht oniiu; to a hea) pressure of
orders the Laomla shops ciiutiiiunl ruii
lilni; until '.I o'clock. Many of the workuun
then Nianltil stn-etoars to ko home iiioin;
them was Howard HulTuiaii. Ae stepetl
aUurd car No. 1 ami paid Ins tare. The
car was well hlltil, but was not so full as
some of the other cars. The driver of the
car. a man named l'etticrew, told 1 1 tilt m.it i
to iret oil the car and u'et on one ol the
others. Haim; paid his fare Hurfmaii re
fused to leave the car l'ettnrew then
stiytsl Iiiiii. .Iraorei! him fnun his plate on
the car and struck him with the butt end of
his whin. Tills morning lliiniiian appealed
at theoititeof l'oli.o Clerk Morrill and
wanted to lileanarlidavitairaiiist l'etticrew
He related thestnr) asrelatetl aliver.Clerk
Morrill slid th it he would have the tase in
vestigated, and then if the facts weie as
stated he would prepare the athcavil.
This iiioruiug Mr. limrge II Knight,
lie. Line agent, airangtil to have onl)
three iicvvsIkivs and one boot blai k aluut
the station, instead of the suull arm) of
newsies and blicks who have Iweli In the
habit of eangregatiiig tlieie. Now that
there is a regular station imllceman be
night and di) this arrangement can lie car
ried ouL line Imi) will handle all three ol
thecitv paiers ami the other two will sell
the Columbus, Cincinnati and eastern pa
To lti'-V.il use Nen Cirllnle.
Auditor O. F. hervissand the Imard ol
(Hunt) loiiiiiussloiiers went to New tar
lisle tod i) toeligige. with '1 rustic In
ail equalization and re-appralseuient of the
real estate of that village. This was done
on is tit urn of several heav) proper!) hold
ersilown there. In lss niucli pniiert)
was appralstil at almut one-half its value,
anil since the lonsirut tlou ot the 1.11 A
W rallroid no pioiert) has Iteeii appraiseil.
it is s-iid, at more than tiircc-fuiirtlis ot its
Vlertilis "1 llie Inner Ml-iinlt.
Notwithstanding the hartl rain, there
was a ver) gtnl attend nice at the meeting
or the Flower Mission this morning. Mrs
It. II. Warder and Mi's. A C lllatk both
stiit baskets ot ver) beautiful Ilowers,
which, together with otheis (nought bv
soiueol tlie nieiiilKTs of the mission, were
made up into iHiiuiuets. 'Ihe joting ladies
conragtiiiisl) set out in the nun totlistrihiite
them to invalids "on the list." ami fuurtein
visits were made.
t..mi to the llltl liiiiinrv.
Tins morning at ll os-lock Mrs. Fnihr
ika Siegel and daughter. Miss Lena, and
Messrs .Nihil Allier and .John I.uker. of this
eit). left on the Hee Line for N'ew York.
OnSaturdi) the) will Irave New Vork on
the steamer Werra. of the North (ierinan
l.lojtl line for Hreintii. The) will be ab
sent alxiut sW months.
Slet At resletl.
Last evening Otlicer Wilson arrested
Dinlle) Mel a hanger-on of Sullivan s No
7 saloon, on the charge nf having h) gam
blmg swindled William llane) out of IS0.
Met was releisetl on S.'.O bond
I'ollt e Cnilrl,
.linlge nuiig jesttTila) afternoiui Until
niia Owens Slu ami (ot forloilerlng.aiid
(leoige N'aiigle 5.r. for being drunk and dis
ordtrly. !us Aiulen-on charged with drunk
enness was dismissed.
s,ii,tM Hilt Cltilpi I tr.ntet Iniuiuelit.
This evening an entertainment will be
given at Snow Hill i Impel, west of the
e t). 1 1 whl. h all are invited. Admission,
MRS. KUBSAM'S CLADIS.
Her Anwer ai.J Gross-Petition
Now Nottd Rulib.uu I)i
(li-.pl.-i ul III tik llmrces AKltlli! tin
llii.liniiil-AlleKe,! Almrlluu I'm.
Inteit Ii) .1 S,rilttlelil lliii -lur-TI.e
I lltil 111 I .III.
It) her attorne)s, Messrs. Morris A
Hummer, Nellie Kulnam this (Tlmrsila) )
morning filed hi r answ er and cross pt tilion
in theiaseof Daniel II. itnbsain s. Nellie
Itulisam. The defend mt admits tint she
vas marriisl to the plalntitl. Daniel II.
Iliilrsaiu, Irtiiuler4. lsili. at Covington,
K).. hut denies thai she ever committed
adulter) with one II ur) lihoiieuiiis, iiminl
In plaintiU's islit'on, or with an) person.
She f urtht i denies
veil vnii I I i.v tinil i: vitiuvTiiiN
uintaimil in the -lition of the plaintiff.
And the tlefemiant. Nellie llulcsim, further
sa)s for her answer and t ross jieiltioii:
1. That she lived with the plalntitl as a
faithful and olieiln nt wife until April Su,
1SS7, when at that date Die plalntitt, as she
avers, reganlless of his marital duties, wil
full) ah untuned the defend Hit b) pur-
basing her a th Let and sending her to
Meviio Citv, Mevico, lor the purpose of
obtaining a divni of divoit e from her dur
ing her alisence. anil ftuced her to go to
Mevico against her free will, ami that he
abandoned In r without good t aiise.
J. That sai.l Daniel II. l'ubsaiii. on or
about the lb div of March. 1"S7. In tl.e
lty or irtiii;tittil.'iiiiiiitteil adulter) with
me . . ami at different times, the
said Daniel II Uulisviii committed adulter)
with olio .who Is a resident of
'Iraver-eCit). Mich andthat the tlefen
dant has committed adulter) man) tlillirent
tums with in in) different women unknown
to the ilefeiiilanu
... That the plaintiff was guilt) of ev
treme cruel t) toward the delemlant in this,
that on the ",::d da) of M I), lt.s.'i.the pi iln
tiff ditl fort e the defendant and against her
own free will, and b) the assistance id a
well know ii and i ertain ph)s!eiu who re
sides in Spriugheld. compelled the defen
dant N'ellm Kulisaiii, to
i oviviir vn vr.oiiTuiN.
And plamtill did roiniiel an I tone the de
fendant, h) ami with the assistant ol -the
same phvsiciau to commit aUirtious at
other different times. And i n accountof Ill
treatment and extreme cnielt) bj- plaiutilt
toward the defend ml. there is a separation
in consequent e, and tli it the tlefemiant is
now compelled to live with her sMer, .Mrs.
Kate Kile), n4 Fisher street, and that slit
is afraid to live with her husband, Daniel
That on Ma) rt. I-..'. on the return of
the defendant troin the City of Mexico, the
plaintiff met the delemlant at Cincinnati,
O., and did sLav at the hmery lintel over
night and occupied the same room with de
fendant as hushaiid and wife, the same be
ing since the tiling ol the iietil.011. And
the plaintiff did then
i Nin-in vixFTu I'NTirt; ami rov
the defendant to go to Coluuilms, ()., and
stay there until after he should set a di
vone. ami after the tm.ible had been set
tled be (the plaintiff) would marry defend-,
ant again. And the plaintiff hascoiupelleil
the defend tut to inhabit with luni most of
the time slut e the tiling of the petition In
the court of common pleas, asking for a
4 That plaintiff owns a large amount of
real estate, which is fullv described in the
H'titiou Al-si of S..MKHI ill Tinted Mates
Imiids: the I'alate saloon and restaurant
on east Mam street, the I'alace saloon
ami restaurint No. west Mill! street.
fttv: Ihe Mlntiii known as the "west eiul
dive" run b) Larr) Kennnlv, the show
known as the "Siege of Tro)." at Colum
bus. Ohio thru' horses and one lug) a
lot ot commercial pns r. household and
kitchen furniture tint ihe defendant is
VVOIiTII VI II V-r SINTV Tll.llsVNII IMIt-
-.. ."said defendant .isks the court that
Daniel II lliibsam Ik notilinl of the tiling
of this petition.
!'. The defendant sa)s in.ii me piauiiiu
Is about to tlisptM td or em mutter s.titl
proiertv so as to defeat the defend mt.
Nellie Kubsain. from obtaiuiniraliinoii).
Wherefore) the defendant asks hlimon)
for her sustenance and attorney anil other
expenses, and a regular allowance Tor sup
imrt during the pendent') of the suit. And
that sin in i) ti ilrcict.il reisonahle alimouy
out ol siitl prnpert). ami that the plaintiff
iua le cnioined fiom encumbering or dis
posing ot slid proiK-rtv.
fill ll vs. I'lil (.mil. Illlior I'.all iile.
'1 he Iirst ot the series t.r games of ball to
lepl.i)iil Ii. twti-ii the several fratemit)
nines ot Wlttelilietg tol lege came off )i--
tertla) afternoon. The frats. to ln-glu the
series were l'lu Kappa IM and l'hi Cainuia
Dtlla. 'Ihe game was ver) will pla)eil
throughout, ami the errors made were
evenl) distributed on eat h side. 'I he bat
teries were Khrciifel.lt ami Cotwal.l for the
l'hi I'sis. and HeikeraiidHuardfor the l'hi
Cants llotli i id line work Ihe gime
was verv t lose and interesting. At the
close of tlie eighth Inning the score stood
17 to 17. 'I he l'hi Cams in their half made
one run. so that the l'hi lMs had the dis
advantage However the) got two null
on bisi-s, ami Fml CotvvaM hit for four
bises. thus winning the game b) a score of
JO to Is Tlu'stiond g-aiiie will be pl'lcil
'Ihe I'oiiih I'vNelsou game, which was
tohave Ihi-ii pUvnl this alleniooii, his
tieen Mistsiietl until next Mom la).
Ill ltiterr.l 1. Vles.rs. tt nl.ltii ill A Mi.l
illel Mr. Willi tin Cliv.ool, depiit) count)
tlerk. is one of the t losest students of me
teorological nutters in the t it), and is com
mg into some pmuiuifiiie as a wealher
prophet, lie told a Ui I'l III u reporter tie
tlav that the riorums Fourth ol .nil) win
bea thi) uuikiit h) (oiilliiuous storm and
rain, ai'd that evertlmilv who has an) pic
uiemg or elebrating to do should attend to
it on -saturda), .lid) -. prectillng, whuli
will be bright and balm) He further sajs
that .lime i". '" ami -"J. will Ik ipute
stls In. til tin I't.iirls.
Thejnr) in the ease of .lolin .1. Miuller
vs. Peter Uohiuan broiu'lit in a verdict
.ilmut iiiMin, awarding the plaintltt J"0.
'I he suit to -et aside the will of the 1 ite
Mrs. K ('. .Miil.lletoii. sen, on at count ot
alleged unsound ineiit il condition and iner
I'lnii. is in hearing in inniinoii pleas this
'I he rase of the Fireside 1'uhlishing coui-
paii) vs. lalfel, colislable, w is settled )is
Tlie first rre..
To Chief of l'lilice Aiublosc IM-Iongs the
honor of making the nrst arrest under the
new orgiiiialiou of the ki1hc, V. A. Iteetl
being the unlortuinte u Hut. He was
charneil with t iking up spice on .Market
si-uare without a lit nw. Ol the new nieii
Oiluer (ireanev math the net arrest, his
mill being .lohn Jones, ot whom mole will
be found in Iviinlhei pi ice.
It main, ul .lat.it, II. Intiiielilll.
'I he rt mams of .laioh II. Taiuiehill, who
died at .! o'clock Tui'stla) aflcriu-.ui of ei
ticeiu.a, were this morning taken to Lewis-
town. Logan count), for interment. Mr.
Tannehill was Uirn in Logan i oiint) on
the JTtli of Scpteinl'r, lslli, and ivascnu-s-qiteiitly
In his 47th )car. He leaves a
wife ami one child.
Do not fall to call on the Arcade shoo
store U'fore) on till) boots and shoes. The)
retail at wholesale piliea and will save )oii
it lea t 1U hi tint.
IN FAVOR OF 0RCAN MUSIC.
4.i-iiril As.eml.l .il I ntleil I'resl.jlrr
Istls lleil.leln iH.ur nf Iltitrnliielilal
Vl.t.ti in Tlielr 4 It.lrtli senile..
'1 he general assembl) of the I niletl rres-
bvteriau church, in Mssion at l'hiladelphla
Weilnesday, hnall) disposetlof thei-nestlon
of having organs In the churches of that
denomination. The direct cause of the Is
Miti was the use of the organ b) Kev. J. T.
Tate's church at Keokuk, Iowa, to whit h
objection hail lieen maile. lint to theltxal
presb)ter) and then to tin- sjihmI of Iowa.
In each case the ImhI) de lined to Interfere.
An apteal was hnall) made to the assem
bl), and the committee to whoiii the matter
was rcferrnl reporteil "That the prohibitory
law, forbidding the me ol instrumental
music in the worship of (Sod, ha-, been rt
pealetl, ami this leaves the sessonsat libert)
to intriMluce sin h music as the) ma) ileeiu
wise and proper. Therefore there is no
legal ground for action, and the appeal it
not .iistamiil " A iiiinorltv rejKirtwas also
presented, recommending that the appeal
Kev. J. K. Johnson of Washington, l'a.,
proisiseil the subjoined snltstitnle- The
aptcal nssunies that there is a law in the
cliurtli under which families and coiigregi-
tions call he. forbiihlen to use instruments
In their worship. 'Hie contrarj, however,
is thefact. for the law, winch was previously
in force, has ln-en repealed, thus leaving
the iniestloii to lie managed bv lsith families
ami cluiri lu'S iimler the giiitlame of Chris
tian prudent e, and the law whl h provided
for the thing whereby one niav edify an
other. We therefore recommend that tlie
appeal be not sustained.
Kvemiod) l.atl something to s.i on the
subject. Kev. James Ilrnwn conteniltit that
the apieal should Ik sitsiaineil. It was a
matter of lonscience with him. "1 couldn't
go into the Keokuk church.' naitl he, -lie-eaiise
the) had an organ there. The eon
gregatuui promised to cover the organ If I
would tome and preach for them, but 1
could not do so."
Kltler Charle F. Dean, ot 1'ittsburg. In
liehalf of the )ouug people, apealetl in
favor of the organ.
Another effort to settle tho control ers)
was made b) KSv. .1. II llronii. who pre
sentnl the appended prositiun
Whereas, There is no law forbidding the
use of instrumental music in the churches
of Coil, ami therefore there has- been no
v lolation of law in the case pending there
fore, Kesolveil, That the appeal tie not sus
tained. After further debate the matter was tlis
pnsfdofh) tlieadopllonofKev.Mr. Brown"
Pioiositioii as follows- For the pnipositiou
and therefore for the organ, ministers t.l,
elders til, total 1H7 against the proposition,
minister. ".'J, elders ','4, total '4
A COMEDY OF ERRORS.
Iiiltn .limes Arrsteil mi III Wny In Hi.
0tn 3larrlie Iteleasrij m Time lor
the ( ereni.injr.
Shortly before 7 o'clock last ev enini,
Frank Fiillertnn, a driver for Mr. Warren
Leffel, complaineit to Otlicer fireane) that
a man named John .lone-, bail run into his
carriage on the Clifton pike, near the old
toll-gate, and that he desired to have him
arrested, (irean) placed Jones under ar
rest and took him to polit e headi-naitcrs.
It seems that Jones and a friend named
Anderson were sitting in their bngg) talk
ing to 1'ele Carrelt when Ftillertoii drove
up in Mr. l.eff el's carriage. Jones t net I to
to give linn vva) to pass, and accitlentall)
ran into the carriage. Hem e the arrest.
Jones was detained onl) so long is was re
nuir.il to ascertain the truth of his state
uieiituml then was released.
It was learned after he left police head
quarters that at the time of his arrest lie
was on his wa) to the lountr) to Ik mar
ried to Miss Audi rsoii a sister of the gen
tleuiaii who was with lulu in the buggy
The marriage vv as tohave taki n plai e at
7 ".0 o'clock last ei tiling, but was, It) the
arrest, iostonctl for an hour or more
Jones was frightened half out of his wits,
as lie supposed, of course, tint he would
lie looked up and thus prcvenhil from get
ting married at the apinnntett tune.
BENSBERG OPERA COMPANY.
ruritial I'liislu-c: nl lllitrk's Operil
Nt W eilnes.l.1 Ktetilii-r, .linn
Next U'tilnesda) night Miss Kate ltetis
lierg and her excellent opera rniiipaii) will
apjiear at lllack's to close the season. Miss
I'cnslierg made a deep impression on tho-e
who were so fortunate as to hear her Iat
fall. The cniiipanv is without question the
liest orcaniation nf the kind that has vl
iteil Spriintlielil tliLse.tson. Theiironramnie
will include TheSleeilngliueeii."aiiiI the
si-cond ami third at Is of the famous opera.
"The Sleeping (Jueeii." a one-v t opira
bv Halfe, the celebrated com-mser of the
"Hohciiilan (iirl. is a churning compost
"tiim. The iniisli is tuneful, ami liows like
a warbling brook the plot Is attractive ami
full of amusing st i lies. ' he action lies in
the tune of l.ouislll '1 hecostuir.es are
rich and elaborate. In this work Miss
lleiisberg introduces Millard's t harming
song. "Waiting " Of this the Krie .1'a.l
Hi rulil sa)s "To hear tins song is done
worth the price of admission "
Ilnlirr Must Hetties lite .Wlr-iltl..ii ..f llll
In some iinaivountable maimer the le
luirt got Into circulation )esterda) nfter
iicHUi that Orticer Fml i"l!ald)"l Mast had
(Implied dead. The minor laiisetl nothing
slioit of consternation m all circles wheie
Ihe genial and eflicient ofiicer is known,
and "lew about town like wild lire. Chief
A morose and Inspector Foster heard of it
while at the Fair grounds, and came rush
ing into town with lilam tied faces. There
was a constant succession of inquiries at
the patrol-house ami station-house.
About 1 o'clock a I't'nmif reporter
met Olhcer Mast walkliigdovvn High street
I. s. king as health) as a buck and as good as
a 1-rlgade of deceaseds, lie had heard of
the rejiort. and although a tr lie bor.d, was
vastlv aiimsed b) it. I he whole thing orig
inaletl, protiabl). as a Joke, but the w a) it
spread was astonishing.
I'm-ElfMiitii- r VIImi Knurliii tit's t
This (Tlmr-di) I eveiiing, at WltleiiUrg
college. Miss Kite Kautliuaii will deliver a
lertureoii " The Art F.utor of Fduc-itioii,"
and .Miss Father Simpson and Miss Irene
bpangler will assist in making the nro
gramineaiiiiiterestingone M ssKaiitluianis
athaiuiiiig. oiigiiial talker, and htr lecture
will Is. cllervesceiit with the brightest of
humor, as well as full of solid fails relating
to art. Following is the progamme:
I'l in. so lo-l mt isle Iiiiproniptu Chopin
wis Irene nangier.
oial tioiu lndlii4 - 1'i-uliort
Lecture The rt Kutor.if L.tuoation
.Miis K itt KHiUTmaii
l'laniu.iln .spinning ocg Meuttelu.ilin
Vocal solo i.tiodulgtit Irene
rene.lictlim Ur Kltrenfelitl
I'rtifess.ir Aliilvrsiiii .il ltl.it-1., (Iperit
Professor Anderson ami his company ap
pear at III ii k's oera house this and tomor
row evening, and will entertain the people
with one of bis unique pcrtormaiiies In
legerdemain, sleight-of-hand, etc., etc A
laige number ot valuable presents will lie
given to the siucessfiil ticket-holders, and
without doubt the house will lie well idled.
There is something fascinating about ileight
of-hand i-erfoniiaiices that goe very far to
ward explaining the mj -dieisuis ol spir-iluali-.ni.
and th-re have lieeu professors in
tlie art who perform much more ditli.ult
and a-.touiidiiig teats than spiritualism has
ever claimed to do, and "ii successful!) , ttsi,
that the beholder could hot deteit the UUt
The Vioinc Mini of the llelaware (Inetle
snjrs some KiiiikIi HiIi'ic-.
Tnda). a marked np) of a paier railed
the Delaware (imfttt came to this otlice
with the following, heavil) outlined in
Vesterdav, as a lliizitu representative
was i timing from the wreck at I 'shorn, he
was in cnuipan) with the engineer. Mr
Uuinlin. At Springfield, a representative
of tlm Springfield Kl'IM in IC stepped almard
the train to uit rvlew Mr Q 'Ihe 7u lift
man was at the time taking notes of the
wreck and seated in the same seat with the
engineer. When the tram start.il. the I'l
I'l in ir man wanlnl to know of thf. Gtuitlt
man if he would give up the notes he hail
written in his mssossioii. Vow the vain
idea of our man traveling fcl miles to ac
cniiimnil tltt a man who was onl) some 14
miles from the wm k. was absurd, hence
this man had more pure, iinadiilti rated gill
than ati) man we have heart! from n.r
It wasn't necessar) for tl.e jojing man
who wrote the aboveto rush into t)peas he
has If his idea was to prove th it he w-as
a coiintr) rei-orter. the Item was siipertlu
tun, for aii)i-itc who was not colnr-blui.l
could tell that as far as he saw him. l.ut
lie has succeeded in one thing In proving
that lie was a fresh, )ouiig chip, who was
overimwercd by ihe fat t that he Is a re
is.rter, ami who hasn't the Inherent good
sense and det enc) to keep it from
making a ja) of him. These are ;he
Tacts: The Khm in ic reporter had It-! than
one minute's convei-iatioii with Mr. Quuilin.
and during that time got more accurate in
formation than Mr. James Fresh secured b)
"going IU miles." Ilesldes this, the acci
dent was written up In the III i-ritt it in a
manner that the goose-lute from I Ma ware
can never aspire to equal unless some of the
p.is in Ills brain liecomes gra) matter from
old age. The Ki ri'iii ii man did not me
lice the llnzitle party until the latter, fear
fill less soiiielituly would not know
that he was a re-mrter, burglar
izeil his wa) into the conversation
and announced himself. The l'a i'l m l(
man Riuipl) told him that he was alter the
railroad wreck, not a human one. ami went
on talking with Mr. Quinlan. 'the puuie
kin from Delaware was doing the s.ectae
ular at the tune- writing on an enonuoiu
pud, taking down Mr. (uiiilan's replies
with a tremendous iioiin-.li, panting, puff
ing and blowing, sajlng that he hopetl he
would gel back to Delaware In time for the
little girl compositor and the tliml colored
man to get the matter up In tune- in a word,
showing off liefore the car. The Kni m n
man entered, made a few courteous in
qulries of Mr. Qiilnllu and got what he
wanted. As he turned to leave, fearing
that he had not been fraternally courteous
to the Delaware journalist, he turned and
cull.il hick the length of the car. siting in
a Jest if the Gazette man didn't want to
give up his notes, so the) could lie pule
lishe.1 hi a (-aper that had a circulation out
sitle of the pniof-reailer and the proprietor
This is the traced) in full, and if James
Fresh had kept real nice and quiet and
changed his collar w hen he got home, the
secret that lib w as an ass might have died
PLAIN W0R0S WELL SPOKEN.
Major l.ellr.ive. llir Poli.ea l.llllr Inlk,
Kmbtittjtne In It suiiie liiio.l Atttrlie
-li;nuieiit or Meht Blcer.
At the rollcill of the ptvlice last night.
Ma)or Kelly made a few remaiks to the
fon e to indicate tlie ollicers to the in inner in
which he desired them to tondiut them
selves. He calletl special attention to the
rules laid down for the gov eminent of the
tone, and said he hopetl it would ! tin
necessar) for bun again to call attention to
them. Die rules, he said must l-e stru tl)
adhered to, and ever) otlicer would lie e
pn till to attend stnctl) to his tint), and
perform it well and eheerfull) He ...in
phuieiittil the uieii on their liueaps.irau. e
and told them that m order tu hold up the
credit and ilignit.o of the (it) each iiiiii
must at all tunes present a neat
appearance, ami be affable ami pohti
to all. In the government of the force he
said that he would apply the same rules
which he applied in his shop,. He said
that he would not entertain am complaints
coming from ollicers themselves. AH com
plaints must come lo him through the chief
"It a in m in in) shop comes to me with a
complaint," said he. "I ask him if he can
not get along with his foreman. If he si) s
no, then I tell him that he had better go to
theolllce and get his mone). That rule
will applv here. Chief Ambrose is jour
foreman. He will govern the force, and
when ) on cannot get along with him )ou
had liettersend In tour resignation "
After Ma) or Kell) hail concluded his
remarks Chief Ambrose mule a brief
statement of what he would expect from
the men, and said in conclusion that if the)
stru tl) lived up to the rules ex'iouuileil to
them b) Ma)orKelI), the ma) or could go
tolling when his slate went before council
After rolls-all Chief Ambroseand Assist
.ml Chief Foster did the handsome Hung
b) "setting up" excellent cigars to all the
orlicers ami members of the pros
Chief Ambrose announced the following
assignments for the night ottuers
Arcade "station ORti er u klas.
Heat N'o. I south of High street and
eist of Taj lor- Officer dregor) and
Heat No. 2 Tajlorstreet to Linden au
ntie Orticer Waske).
Heat N'o. ': Linden avenue to Limestone
street Ortner Kenned).
Heat No. t Limestone street toFictoi")
street, Otlicers Kecord and Warner.
Heat N'o. 5 Fachir) street to Yellow
Springs street. Orticer Mit'lure.
Heat N'o. rt- Yellow Springs street to
west end. Olhcer Thompson.
Heat No. 7 -Nelson street cist through
l-agonda. Orticer Lanier.
Heat No. -Maiket stieet to Nelson
street, Otlners McAuhtie and llnl-op.
Heat N'o. U North tide, Orticer .lohn
Heat N'o. 10 Market street pi Yellow
Springs street. Orticer Hirer.
Heat No. II Yellow Springs street b.
west end, Orticer Vivian. '
F L. PICNIC.
iilyiirii.i.MiM.i tieti in i in.
8p(mkem or Hit. Hit).
On IhesJsth inst. it is probable that the
lirgesti row d of visitors will be in "spring
held that lias been here for mail) )ears
The occasion will Is' the picnic to btgien
under the auspices i,if the Knights of Libor
of this cit). The Hannah Powderl) asseni
lilv, K. of L of Cincinnati, tlie Itrgest
wonien's assembl) in the west, has signilied
its Intention of attending in a body. I bete
ate 1.10U ineuiliers in the assembl). a4-rtJ
is-proinisej lliat aiuaiont).ot-lliiii.-4ill be
lrnri-u- Hesldes tliisasscmiiiv. other K. of I
orgauu it ions from Cincinnati will be heie
From all jiarts of the state and from ail
Joining states Knights have signified their
Intention of attending the picnic. He
diictil rates have ln-en niatle on all the r
roads. Thi 'round Inn i-"" rn"i;inl '
here is- oiili Jl, alUllrvporIioiuUiy fnw
rate-t have been made troui all othrr-p(uts
A big parade will be given, and the mi
Knights promise that 10. DUO men will Ik in
line. The sp,-akers of the da) will be
Ualph Beaumont, chairman of the national
legislative Imard. K of I .Hi.haul 1'ie
veluk, master orator, K ot 1. , Mrs. 0
Fannie All) ii, W. V Ninth, ami Mrs Ma
r i in I odd.
Ilroke III. Vri.i.
Mr. I- Kckenbarger, resitlmg on tho
south ea.t conier of T'a) lor and Harrison
streets, slipped Just as be was alsiut to
enter Ills gate last evening about ii o'clocb,
and fell headlong against the fence, break
ing the radius of Ins left arm just above
the wrist Dr. Hii-ssell rendered the netes
sar) surgical assistance
llome-grovvii straw lierrles,
da), at the Arcade (jrui.tr.
OUR HIGH WATER MARK:
l li-niliitliin M irili it l,B"
fin itlntli.u rll a t.,.l
flrrtilntli.ii April SI lli,Si,it
PRICE TWO CENTS.
12 INCHES DEEP.
We have just recenetl another
cheap Hub ot'tlieabote good's, at
Hoiiilerl'uUy low jriris tori-u-il-ity,
anil in unusually liaiitlsoun
patterns. Note uperially the
Hum at .S'. sS'.-..-.o, : ami s:t..".0.
1 "-"l mill ."io L.inii-Mtoiiis.
The District Telegraph Company
will collect all
For the Western Union Tele
graph Co. Parties not hating u
District Call Hf can call a mes
senger h 'phone. No. I.'iO.
$!, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3.
Finest anil largest stock of t'liil
ilreifs Hal", 5c up, at
U. V. LYON.
AM) I'AMILt SU'l'MES.
riio Hest Canned and Hottled (Joods.
Strlctljr l'ura and Flrst-Clas-J
(ioods.at Lowest Trite.
The Late C. T. Ward Grocery,
07 WEST MAIN ST.,
Corner of Center, "SprlngUeld, 0.
TKI.FfilOM-: .so. 3a.
j7 j7mcca rt y,
si south i.iitesro.NK sr.,.
I're-sunts a .splendid Hue of Suit
ings lor (.eutlemenN
SUITS and OVERCOATS
MADE TO ORDER.
SI MJKTII CENTER STKEET.
Ttiedjelns: cletnlng. repalrlai: auJ prvsi
liiiof Lidlei' aaa ileats ilarinuuts a ape,
ulty The only place lu the city to have Lai-o
lurtaln cloAaed properlj All wort war
ran ted t .
GHiPIOH CITY BATH ROOMS
eins.Scourin? and Hep tiring
A.. IB. James
: W. Wtt-llim-K.tl .-(I.
Uotweeu Uarkitainl Center, Spilii-jltcld, tl.
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