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SPIUXGFIEU), ()., FRIDAY EVEXLNG, JULYS, 18S7.
OL. XXXIII NO. 1 60.
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Si'RINRFIFI n, O., 1
July 7. 18S7. j
March of Trowsers
1 rousers came into use for
jjem-ral wear with the French
revolution. I he gentleman,
the supporter of royalty and
.sound constitutional pnnci
pies, wore breeches. Napo
icon's army was the first that
wore trowsers. and trowsers
made progress in general
adoption step by step with
the march of the French
arm). IVopIe thought the
manner in which a great con
quering nation clad its legs
was the model. England
stood out the longest against
trowsers, but finally she
yielded, and her army marched
to Waterloo wearing the uni
versal leg funnels. Our
grandfathers generally fell in
with the ways of the world,
though Federalists here and
there would not yield.
We have trowsers in men's
and youth's sizes ; they are
light stripes and checks, (the
trousers, not the men and
youths), they are just the
thing to go with a thin coat
and vest, and if you put them
all on at the same time are
sure to go together. Step in
and be trowsered before your
si?e is taken by the other rel-J
25 and 27 West Main Street.
To amid rnoKing in hot weather,
we lurtmli a choice line or
i itr helinlies.
SARDINES IN OIL,
SanHtien iu )lusturd,ltrook Trout
in Titiutn .Si.uce, Salmon Steal.
)-TiIeI Hani, Tongue and
Chicken, Potted Him and
Tongue: Lunch Ham.
Jersey Cream Crackers,
New Packing of Olives,
It.iisi Crcaiii Salad DreHhiug.
J. flfl. NIUFFER,
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
boiiillorof Ainerlcan anil Foreign
C 'Ol TNSELLOR
Room 5 Arcade Bviliin,
I'rmrti irmrifi- tVaahlniton. D.C.; Lon
ft (i.ii Ilk.. Parti. France.
j. j. Mccarty,
51 OUTH LIMESTONE ST.,;
Presents a splendid line of Suit
ings lor GeHtlenien's
SUITS and OVERCOATS
MADE TO ORDER.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
aartloomttn Bocalartuua'aBatldliif .overstay
Car M arpny Bra.'i Stored
SL.XIalalienUoo.itUen to U WMatvlOf o
POWDERLY SPEAKS AGAIN.
A Boycott Suggested Against the Gram
Gamblers of Chicago, New York
-salinn il . ii.-Mtti.il ..f Hi.- Hebrew
rie-cnl ant riltalnir Man Killed lijr
the Ming or a lire Crn Field
nuil. I i) I. ....1.1 111 ltlht.
lir the AsjrfUsteil Press
I'mi tim rim. l'l . .lulj s (ieneral
Master Workmen l'liwderli.m the Ji.iiriHil
..' I iuJ IaiIt, pa)s l""' lespet t to gram
stock brokers in a vigorous uiauiier. Re
ferring to lite recent corners in coffee ami
win at, Mr I'eiwderl sa)s The lesson
taught our members h) exptiieiH-eUie past
six. weeks Is t ke p e)es open, and kw i
them ttinteil tow ant the pnsliice exchanges
at New tork, Chicago ami oilier
large cities, ami the moment grain or pro
duce gamblers stack thetards ami aiiniiiim e
that there is a scared) in a certain article
of food autl pnee to lip In colisenuence.
etei) member should result e tliat until the
unhallowed liaitil of the speculatoi has
leen ieinoel from control of the article
in iueMioti, not a auinil or ounce more
tliau can be aioided will le pun based.
1 hi- maj le regarded in the light of a
1 hat is es.actl) what 1 intended it for.
anil hail 1 the power tested in ineto male
the order imperative. I would order ever)
member, so far a- hi him lies ttte power, to
place an eternal l-ovcott on ever grain and
stock gambler in the United States and
THE REPORT WAS FALSE.
1 Mnry or Rlfit mid Heath Amitnc Mrlk.
er It. 1-fieri I mu llllllgr laiia In tilt
t itkv BEton.
I'irr-iii mi. .Ittl t A nnlontown. 1'a ,
.pecial sas: At . o'clock lat eipnlng
.Mteritf Miller reoehed a rejxirt that a riot
ttatt taken plate at the Wot i.eisciitini:
oike works and that four of the strikers
had horn shot and killed and twti others
Itatllj injured. The news as not a s tr-
pri-e to the herltT. who had left the workb
mil. a few hours before, and he at once
gate it publicity. In lens than twentj
minutes the (eople of I'uioutowu were
almost wild with excitement. It was im
possible to reach the West IIsenring
coke works by wire, and reporters and
secial messengers were at once dispatched
to that place, a distance of hve miles. It
was two hours before they returned to re
jwrt that no not had taken place, but be
fore tnis time messengers had been sent out
to the strikers at Uie siv or seven coke
plant near here and the report of the kill
ing set the striking Hungarians upon the
war path. It is feared that the will cause
some trouble before morning, as it is itn-
jKissible at this hour to den the ston
it.e Hungarians are greatlv ecit. d
ocr the report that the compan) propossi
to haie the rinkerton guards evict them
At meetine tonight thej informed a
1'olisli priest, who adU-ed them to return
to work, that they would all light
until death tn-tore the would
uliiint to eviction. The I'liikertoti men
rxm t trouble. rJie haeitveitcsl threat
ening reiiitsfroin the ine-i in other parts
of the region, and all the guards are under
'blii.ul.l the Ilur.s attempt toswoopdown
U!oii us as the havethrealeneil," retnarketl
one of the otl!cers,"and attempt to injtireor
burn prup-rt we will kill, ami if we do tire
more than tour men will fa!L"
It is the opinion of the ofttcers that these
alarming leports .ire put in circulation in
onh r to enrage, the tJ.(HH) strikers m the
region, a large majiirit) ot whom are Hun
garians The polic of the oerators is an
aggrevsiieone. The j the strikers must
eithf r return to work or give way tiathose
who win work.
TO BE REORGANIZED.
1 h- Hi f nut I Ilriiiorrfu , or Chic hro Acin
CniiAt.o. .lul S. The democratic part
of Chicago, which has been without organ
ization since before the last cit electio i,
was again gi en fonn toda b acomeu
lltm tsuiipiisctl of Jl'.l delegates, presideil
mer b Walter 0. N'ewbry, a leading mem
ler of the Irooiiois club. The plan of or
ganization designed by W. C. Cotidy, the,
lllinoi'memberof the national fleniocratic
committee, was adopted. Charles Kern,
president of the Cook count democracy
(itdeaiored to Itae his organization consti
tuted the part machine, and Congressman
I.awier pleaded for ilela in order that the
(ioud plan might lie investigated, lioth
Keni and Ijwler were oierwhelmingl de
feated. The old count and city central
committees were declared abolished and a
new central Cwininlttee wis elected to hold
oftice until after the national contention
s,iiu Coy, K ilclnorrollc llisrler, Sitrreli.
dvrcnl hy lliiinlaliltrn
lM)lNAr"Ol.ls..luly 8. Simein Coy, a
local political boss and one of l lumen in
dicted b) the federal grand jur) in connec
tion with the tall)-sheet frauds at the late
election, was today surrendered b) his
bindsiuen and placed in jail. This action
is understood to be a part of a plan adopted
lit the indicted men, it being the intention
to apply to Judge firesham for release on a
writ of habeas corpus
Judge Woods, the federal distrit t judge,
has held these indictments good, and the
practical effect of granting a writ of In
lieas corpus would be to nullif) the Indict
ments so far as the federal cotuts are con
FIELD AND COULD.
The ltst-Namrd Arts s.(rnlgltt.
Niw YoPh. Jul) -C)rus W. Field
writes to the Associated I'ress thus- M
ielf ami assm-iates did sell 7s,t)00 shares of
Manhattan eletated stis k to Mr. Ja)
Gould, at fl JO cash per chare, aud I wi-h
further to state, in explanation, that SI-.
(.mil. I has acteil throughout the transact!! n
in a ierfectly straightforward manner, and
tliat the most friend) feeling exists be
I Hlrrliilil Hill Not Talk.
Msiiison, Wis, Jul) wiieu aji
pniached b) the representatiteof the As
sociated i'ress, relatite to the letter f
President Cleteland to Mator Francis of
St. Ijuus declining to visit that cit) on
account of the G. A. K difficult). Com
mander in Chief Kiirchild declined to ex
press his tiews either official!) or other
wise, regarding it a inconsistent for him
as commander-in-chief to do so
liulf-sale Imprisonment of Tramps.
Cimfumi, Jul About three
weeks since fourteen tramis were arresttsl
near Ctntoii. O . where they had terrorized
fanners for setn tl da)s '1 It") were miu
seiiientl) tmluteil under the tramp law and
a test case was made. Toda) they were
found guilt) and twelte of them were sen
tenced to one ) ear's imprisonment In the
National llrlirew Ciiuvviiticiii.
I'lTThBT'Kd, July 8. The annual con
vention Union Amencan Hebrew cougre-
jtatwns win oe iiem nere nezi nee, coin'
The none demands complete itidepend
ence aud liberty of actloo a the basis of a
lecoDClllatiou with ltal.
THE LETTERS IN THE CASE.
l.rott-r will nut l.ll St. I nnU llurlng the
t.r nut iin, fnt Hiiiitnut.
Vsin,,Ti. Jul s. The following
are copies td the letters relating to the
president's proposed lsit to st. Louis
which hate not et lieen made public. The
hrst is the letter nulling him to be piesent
at the meeting ill tint ut of the (Irand
Arm of the 1U public, and the erontl is
his lonnal letter of declination addressed
to the joint committee representing the
municipalit, the business men of the cit
and the (irand Arm of the llepuhlic
.Vr. I.ol l, Mti , Kebruar Jn, IssT.
firmer Cletelanl. I'reatdent ol ttie I nltej
su: I he national encampment ot the
(rami Anil of the Republic will be hi Id ill
this cit during September net from the
i7tli to tPeRoth inclusite it pnimtses to lie
the largest gatlienng of eti rans of tlie lite
w ar et r stsn. The organization was net er
in so nourishing a condition and the mem
Nrshtp netir so large a", at the present
tune It will be the hrst uicaiupment lie
tateii in a cit near the centirof theioun
tr and the hrst eter held in asoutlurn
state. Our people are spiring no i If irt to
insure for the assemblage a welcome of un
usual warmth and a reception the most
hospitable. The undersigned are a c)in
t.ultee apiHiinted b the general cot lmittee
on arrangements for the purose ot exti ml
tug to yourself and tour esteemed wife a
cordial and urgent Imitation to be present
on that occasion and to accept the hospital
ities of the committte and the eitt.
Ktery exertion will lie made our citi
zens, as well as bt the lOu.ouo teterans then
to be congregated here, to rendei otir islt
pleasant and our sfa iulerestitig. It is
rumored that ou are planning a tour
through the west and south, and wesincere
1 hop- tint on can make it com enient to be
in M. Iritis during the tune abote men
tioned. Alton us to suggest tint no com
plinientmoie titling could be bestowed iihmi
the aliaut defenders of a coiiimou countrj
b the chief eecuttte of a restored union,
and none would be more hlghl appreciate.1
tliau that conferred b his presence at such
a time and place.
Aw aiting our fat orabie response w e hat e
the honor to be. ours respectfull.
Di.mii Kuvncis, Maorof the Cit of .St
Kiunk fitiiNMC, rresldent of the Mer
.Ions W N'oiii h, Cotuminder Krauk I'.
ltlair. Post, No. 1, (i. A. K
WssniM.ioN. I). C, dnlt -i, 1SS7.
To liaiiil K Irani-is. Mayor ot the City of St.
Lutiis. frank tialeiiutr. IVesl.tent nt the
Merchants' hichamce. and John W Noble,
( omniamler Frank 1 lil.or post. No. 1,11.
A K. Committee
(iiTl i Ml - While I hate hitherto
made no formal response to our Imitation
given in 'ebruar last to in self and Mrs.
Cit v 'lai tl o attend the national encampment
of the C.r.imi Ami of the Hepublic. to be
held in tt lxiuis, from the 27th to the r.Uth
of Septemlier net, I hate erball indi
cated nt purpose to accept it if I should
hnd it posslhle the to be absent from Wash
ington. The statement contained in your letter
that the organization was neter in so flour
ishiug a condition as now. nor its member
ship so large; that no effort Is being spared
b the citizens of St Ijouis to enstirea wel
come of unusual warmth at this, the hrst
encampment of that bod eter held in
a southern state, and uur suggestion that
no compliment more titling could lie be
stowed upon the valhnt defenders of a
common countrj bj the chief evectttiteof a
restored union, aud none would lie more
liighl appreciated thr' that conlcrred b
his pre-en -e at sinli a i lie and place, en
listed lu feeling and biterest. More re
centl indications l.ave been disclosed that.
Itoweter correctl ou expressed the pre
vailing sentiment of the Grand Arm, there
are members and some posts of that bod
entertaining ditlerent feelings In respect to
in attendance, ami that in acceptance of
ottr invitation would lead to discord in the
organization as welt as an interruption of
lordialll at the coining encampment.
Without uttering into a discussion of
these opinions, and ununited by an feel
ing, although I deep! regret the condition,
I cm but regard it in duty tu refrain from
contributing b my action to so undesirable
a resulL Nothing can be of greater Im
portance in connection with the encamp
ment than the free and unrestrained mani
festation b its participants of that patriot
ic fraternit of feeling suggested b the
selection of the place of holding it, and
winch is at once the proof of the complete
success of their arms and the highest glor
of our teterau soldiers.
lam constrained therefore to withhold
in proposed acceptance of our Invitation
In doing so, 1 assure on of lit unfeigned
hope and sincere wish that in the agreeable
entertainment pictured for them b the
hospitable people of St. Louis, the teter
ans of the (irand Ami may eijjoj the
most pleasant, prohtable and useful re
union in their hlstor.
Ver trill ours.
Ci.okkCi kh imi
AFTER MARGERY ROBINSON.
hl lines Nlie Know or Hie Fur llob
liers' A Woman lioae stary Is Mow
llflli-l to b True.
ItttiWA, Jul) 8. Shortl) after the
murder of Deteetite ilulligati by Hllnk)
Morgan and his gang, at this place, on the
morning of I'ebruar) 4 last, there apiieare-i
at MassiUon, ()., a woman giving her name
as Marger) Kobinson, who went before
Ma) or Krantz and made the startling state
ment to the i ffect that she was the wife of
Kdward ilobmson an i that she was at the
bouse of Jennie itogers, lis Third atenue,
Pittsburg, ami assisted to secure the fur
wraps stolen from Ileuedict Jt Kuedy in
Clet eland, and further that three men,
together with her husband, went to Al
liance, ia the Fort Va)ne road, the eten
ing preceding the rescue of McMtinn. Her
stor) was discredited at the time and ter)
little thought of it, but just at this time she
is a mil. hl)-wanted woman She is
needed, as Harrington sa)shis name is Rob
inson, and in which event Margery Kobin
kOH would be a er Important witness for
the state. Tlis afternoon Ma)or liolcoiub
riveiteil the following message from the
Ahito. O , Jul) 7, lhS7.
7o M tyor llolcunb, Ratenua, (l
A woman gitmg her name as Marger)
K.ihiiisoii hired a horse and burg) at one
of the Inert stables last night. sa)ing she
was going to Cii)ahoga Fails after her
mother ami would be back the same night
She hasnot)et returned. Arrest her if
found in Katenna.
M MIK ItillUNsilN.
This Is a ter) impor ant due ami ullli ers
eter)tihere should lie on the hsikoul for
HtAlne at l.lasgnw.
FtitNnt no, Jul) 8 The freedom ot the
cit) was conferred upon Mr. Andrew Car
negie, toda), in recognition of his gift to
the city of i ."lU.oOu, with which to proiide
a public library.
James G lllainewas invited to be pres
ent, and went to the cit) hall and attempted
to make his w a) Into the chamber, lhe
approaches, however, were so crowded witli
people that he was unable to force his vaj
through, and wascoiupelled to abandon the
Kllli-il b) a llee-Ntlng.
MililiM low n. . i ., July 8. -John I).
Van Gordon, iY ears ot age, of Dlnginan's
Ferr), Pike county. Pa., was killed bt a
bee-sting on his wrist, Wednesday morning.
sf(,trli lliiuora to au American.
Gi-ssouii. Jul) s Tlie freedom of tlie
cit) was toda) conferred upon Mr. Car
negie lu recognition of his gift of a librar)
to the town.
Illalafi lu Killuliurch.
EiUNBrr.oii, il'ilv 8 Mr. Blaine and
Senators Hale ami Fre, of Maine, anited
here last evening.
THE TWO HOMICIDES.
Jim Bojle lielil for the Murder of Deruis
Mahoney Saturday Nigbt aud
Chafin Bound Over
l llir KlllliiK Ituliert srutl III. II ill
Flilul i ooo-l tinlln Inilir
feit-nf nml lint le l-t p-
A w trr int was tiled this morning t Inrg
ittgjim ltole with the iimnler of liennLs
Mihone It will lie reinemm reil tint
Hot le is now in nil mi suspicion of being
miinei ted with the Mahone uinriUr. Oili
ter 11 nthes went to the j ill at ilmtit 11
o'clock and sorted the warrant, read
nig it in a (bar and loitl
toice 'I he pnsom r bad bet n brought
down into llu Jill othie and listemsl m
teutlt to eaclt wortl After he hid heard
it, all he sin! wis "es " with a sigh, as if
it were what he hid a right to exisst.
Turiike stniitli then returned him to his
tell on the second floor, and then he lom-
plctel bloke down ami cried hitter!), lie
lat on Ins com h mil buriisl his fnce aud
cried tor a long time piteousl). Itoyle ltad
eWttsl his father down from Tittin Uy
da) with SJOO bail, set b) the coroner
while he was simp!) held as a witness, and
that he would then be at liberty again, for a
time at le ist. 'I lie warrant was hied in
the isilice court ami is as follows '
Stvti- tu Ohio, ( .
Ci tlih Cot s.Tt, )
Tin I'm it i- Col 111 III Till ClT OF
tM'KIM.FIl I 1), Olllll
To the Chlet of l'.iliie ot the City ot spring
Held. Ohio tlreetlnu
Vou are lit relit commanded to take Iiody
of .lames I to) In and hate him Is-fure the
honorable judge of the police court of said
cit) forthwith, to inswer unto the Mato of
Ohio, charged with murder nd of this
writ make due return,
(it en under tit) hand and the st at of
saidiourt, this sth da) of Jul), A I). ISST.
A. C. Mourn i.
Clerk of the police court of the cit) ol
The prellmuiir) hearing will prohabl) be
held in .ludge Young's court tomorrow
afternm in. when he will be brought up to
plead to the charge of murder. Consider
able excitement prevails about the cit).
THE HEARINCOF CHA-IN.
The Murderer ot Itobert s,ttfn Given a
Hearing Itelure 'scitilre Stout He la
felil in S.'.OOO.iml Cniiuol Rnr It
The preliminary hearing of the alleged
homicide, Andrew Jackson Chalin, who
was arrested Wednesdat night for the bru
tal and horrible iniirtler of one Hubert
Scott, a colored man, at Lisbon, was had
this (Frida)) morning before 'S.iure Stout.
Prosecutor Weater tonducted thecase on
behalf of the state and A. II. Kuukle ree
resented the prisoner. The prisoner waf
Lrought from J til at 10 o'clock, but it was
almost an hour later when the
hearing began, the delay lieiug caused b)
the three "japs," wIki did not nrrlte until
that time. These three were summoned as
w itnesses and came in
ON Till- I'lM- t FOOT.
Hie) tinall) arrlted and the t ise began.
'I he hrst of the w itnesses to le examined
was Muie Cline, who told the stor) of the
killing, ill substance, as it appeared in )es
tentai's Kn'i'mic She was standing b)
the door and saw and heard the whole affair.
After the fatal blow she saw the
colored man fell and started to her shant.
She said Chatui was a quit t, jieaceahle,
good hearted bo) .
Sarah (".rinnell told her stor) about the
same as Lizzie Cluie, sa)iug Chalin stul lie
was sorr) he had killed him. lie sttKsl
there awhile and llien cried and walked
J. Carlisle (irinnell, the husband of
Sarah, was the last of the three witnesses
to be examined, and his testimoii) was
probabl) the most inisrtant of them all.
He did uot see the killing or hear au) of
the talk before it He was in the hoiw
l)ing down, and when told of what had
taken plate he walked oter to where Scott
was l)ing on the ground. .Scott was still
alite but did not speak. Chahn was stand
ing near by, with
hie mount s is ins ham
It w as a doubie-biaded one. Gnntiel said
to Chafiu that he o ight not to hate killed
Scott Chahn replied that "the s of a b
Is dead. I et 1 il in go, I'm sorr) now."
He had known Chatin for llireo months
during the time he had been in the woods.
All the ")aps" attracted considerable at
tention in court, the) being t er) cjueer
looking people, of a low order of intelli
gence. 'I he) lite in the woods in little
The prisoner was nut put on the stand
and the attorne). made no arguments, but
Attorne) Weater asked that he be held to
answer at the next term of court
'Squire Stout then bouud him oter in the
sum of SJ, 000 on the
riixur.h oi mansum iiiith.
Deputy Parsons then took the prisoner
back to jail, the latter chewing tobacco
the while tery iinconcernedl). He cannot
furnish bail ami wi'l contented!) await the
next step in his case.
No .Need or It at All.
Last etenuig at just twetit)-fite minutes
alter tl o'clock an alarm of lire was turned
tu from box C on east Main streeL calling
the Centrals and Westerns to the scene of
a few sparks that were tl)ing from the top
of a chiuine) at the building at No. 140 east
Main strett where Mrs. Cotterel had a big
lire in the basement to heat her irons. She
takes in washing and was ironing clothes at
the tune. Iheihlmiie) was all that was
on tire and not eteu an extinguisher was
uses!. The department returned to their
houses and the row tl, which was tlie small
est that eter ran to a fire in this t ity. re
THE LACONDA CAS WELL.
Mearlt Twelve lltinilrect reel lleep, anil
Trenton Itoc k f'xpei te.1 I'tcry Minute.
The Lagonda gas well unlay reached a
depth of l.tioo feet. The drill is working
through a dark shale, ami it is momentaril)
expcted that Trenton rock will be struck.
The drillers hate great expectations from
Ill smoke nml ,,i, r iic.
The alarm of tire from box No o at about
J oYlm k last i tenpig, was a false alarm
Dense smoke was disc ot erect in a double
frame house net upied h) Mrs. Gttz, at 140
east Mam street and it wa at once con
cluded to be on lire. 'Die alarm was sent
in ami the depaltiueut ivssiuded, but
couhl timl no hie. 'I lie smoke probabl)
escajsal froui an impared Hue.
Dentil ol an Old Suldiri.
Mr Joseph W. Awes, an old soldier,
lied this morning at tlie count) lutirmar
it the riiM age of 7 'I lie old man had an
honorable caretr in the war, and worked
for some time in the old Hi ri Bt ic bind
THE TENTED FIELD.
Tin. ll.lil.ri.il, UKiiii nt. II N tl , Kn
i io..tl nt tin. I ih t.riMiiul Hie Si eue
a Kciiiiiiiler i.l the. I ijs of 'l.l.
'I he I hirteenth rigliin nt. (I ( . are
in tamp at the Ha)toti fair grounds Com
pan) . ot Springtielcl, was the hrst to ar
rue, but b) noon all the eoiupaiitt s com
posing the regiment had icjairtial 'I he
grounds present somewhat the appearance
of the stirring times of 't.l. 'I he white
ti nts scattered through the trees, and the
bustle mil aetitit) that nctessanl) acrom
pauit s, are a stiougrt iiumlerof those times
when tin u ill. .n was calling the lsi)s to Its
di feme 1 he'I hirti t nth regunt nt, however,
does nut come with the ixisstation of
being t ailed on to detent! the honor of the
coiiutr) on the blood) held of i itrn tge. but
rather as a tint) the owe to the state, to
learn the art of war, and In the t ise of
uisesMt) if lalhd tiMiu, the) lua) know
how to do the ac tu tl to the best adtantage.
'lhe I. nation of the camp is on the high
giouuds and cnerlnoks the Miinu, pre
senting a ten pleisiug tiew of the sur
rounding csmnti) lhe tints are nil
erected, cooking utensils fin i, rations,
wa't r and all the usi al tonteinences at
hand I- tc h tent ha.s a tloor of boards, so
tlie Imts need not sleep on bare earth.
'I he hrst dress juratle was held at 0 TO.
Arterwatds the regular detail of privates
and otllic rs was made, the gutnl mounted,
and the camp settled dciwu tosoldierl) bus)
I he rosti r of tin n glint nt shows'. s'. men
present lordut). Included in tins munis r
are In Id and stall ottn ers. who are tell in
number, aud the bind, composed of twent)-
si musicians 1 he following is the
liOsTHllll Tin tin. mi NT.
Colonel Commanding W J. White, of
Lieutenant Colonel C r. 1 liompson. of
Major I'd ward Kott of (It rmaiitnwii.
Surgeon- W W. Hall, of Spriugheld.
Adjutant I). C. Putnam, of Springtteld.
Quarter Master Itert II Whltele). of
Chaplain ICet F.tJ. Mitchell, ot Siirlng
6eld Compaii) , Capt. M Wagner. Spring
held, l'i men.
Compaii) II, Capt F F Mullene), Hllls-
boro, 4U melt
Compaii) C Capt. S A Ihiwsman, Uer
uiautowii, J'.' mi u
Conipaii) I. Capt. Khoiies, Georgetown,
Compan) F Capt I. W Young, Mlam-
isburg, il meiu
Compaii) V hirst Lieutenant iirock,
Lott laud, mt u
Compaii) (i, Capt Jas.S. Harris, Xenla,
Compan) II. Capt W. W. Williams,
N'ew Vienna, '.Omen I)a)ton Jnuriml.
The IlUono 11III t.rln.lli.e Its Or 1st Other
it) her attorne). J. K. Mower, esq.,
ApoIIonla Hruze this morning filed her pe
tition for ditorce from Joseph Hruza. The
plaintiff at ers that she was married to the
defendant, Joseph Hruza. at Vienna.
Austria, In 1S74, and the) J hate no chil
dren. That the defendant has been gulltt
of extreme cnnlt) toward the plaintiff, and
that on or alioiit Junes. Iss7. i1B violently
assaulted and lieat her on the hea 1, and
has since at tarious times threatened to
kill tlie pftintilT, b) which she considers it
unsafe to lite and cohabit with the defen
dant Plaintiff O1-1 that the defendant
owns a satiMiii atf west Main, which.
with the hxtures, is worth about 5r00, also
of household good and furumure joint!)
mined In dt fendant and plaintiff. That
the defendant, from habitual intemperance.
is about to waste ami squander the propert)
and b) fraud, to convert it to his own use so
astodtpme the plaintiff of its Use ami belt
Wherefore the plaintiff asks the court to
dissolte their niamige relation, for reason
ablealiiiii.ni iii7iiit lli, and for perma
nent alimoii), and that she maybe restored
to tier maiden name of Appolonia H illatiz
pfheitierein. and that the defendant m i)
tie enjoined from iinpropt rl) discing of
tlie propt rtt .
William Jtffirson Moore, a well known
and respectable colored man, wis )esterda)
granted a divorce from Ins wife, Cornelia
Moore, on the grounds of adulter).
The case of the Cit) of Spriugheld s
Patrick Mulai key, is hi hearing toda). It
is a suit to enforce a lien compelling Mill
acke) to pi) for curbing and guttering
ujs.n his premises, nlre.nl done b) the
tit). The iri)erof the m titlon is that the
propel t) mi) be sold and tlie work paid for
out of the proceeds.
end Ilia New Chler. Auiliro, Tak Im
portant Ac (lou.
For some time it has been a debated
question i.i the minds of Mat or Ki 11 and
Chief Ambrose, since the) came into office,
and of many others for a longer time, what
lould lie done f ir the Saltation Army. Al
most eter) detice lias been talked of, but
none has eter been tried on them The
part of their bminiss that is a disturbing
element to the welfare of this cit) is their
out-of-door demonstrations, their hand and
the meetings, on the .Market square. The
people bate eter ben patient and have
stood tlds thing a long while, but as for
bearance ceases to be a virtue, complaints
from several quarters are coming in, and
now it rests with the new ma) or and elder
toilet ise some means to extricate tht ii at
least from tliestrects.
Chief Vmbrtise said to the KfcPimnc
reporter last night that lie would talk to
them hrst and go almui it quietl). then if
of no at all, otlier measures will be taken
We are bound to get it off the streets. Look
at Market spuare when the) are there. All
the hoodlums iu the cit) are drawn there,
and It's here all tin devilment that follows
tliat night origin ites We must keep this
scattered, and t rime and drunks will be
less I ian't see where tlie Saltation Army
is doing an) good here, and now the) mii-t
ri main in their barracks; where if the)
need ant protettion it will be granted them
lhe compltlnl that come In to us Is a
gnat dual, and I will try ami rid the city of
an) useless noise anil desecration of the
Sahbith that is in til power. 1 want to
make a clean cit) nut of Springfield.
I. In lllniails Irleatn shuttle On" Tlila
Vlortiil I oil Uy llrow ulna;.
AUiutncs.il todat information was re
celt ed litre that Miss Ida lthoads, of Mad
Kiter township, had been drowned in the
creek near her father's, Thomas Khoads,
sa)s the Urbana t'lflzrii. An intestlga
tuiii revealed the fact that the girl had
made an attempt to drown herself, but had
failed She left the house some time dur
ing the night but w as not missed until
this morning, w lit n her sister, with whom
she sleeps, noticed th it she was not In bed.
She supiHistsl that Ida had arisen and gone
out Shortly after a note was found on
the tloor, stating that they would find tier
Ins!) in the bottom of the creek near
the house The) iiiimtdiitel) started to
look for In r in thetn-ek. Shortl) after
she was found I) lug to tlie roadside She
had lieen In the water and was thoroughl)
soaked, but it was too shallow to do the
work She w as removed to the liopae. and
at last act omits w as much better. There is
no reason that can be given for the act, as
she was cheerful, and her relations the
most pleasant .She in.ikt eertaluly
have been laboring tinder temporar) Insan
ity. She is about 18 ears or afce, aud
lives with her father in Mad River town
ship. Just west of M)rtle Tree liaptlst
The lliilgarian Sobranje has elected Fer
dinand of Saxe-Coburg as ruler of that
HOARD OF EIHXATIOX. '
Important Business Transacted at a Called
Session Last Eveums The
The SrliiMil Itoanl lew Vlloueil by Hie
rax Clllllllll-sllMI IM.C UohisI Mitll Vol.
mntliiii lhe llotirtl It int. lor.
Miiney Other Si I. ....I Hitter...
A olleil miH-tingol tlie school hoard was
behl last etinmg Iliursdi), lul) 7th
President M irtindell In the chair and all
tlie menilic rs present exct pt Mr Kraus
Minutes wt re reid and sigmd
Suiierintemlent's abstrict of tiaihers' re
ports for June, to 17th, wis piescnted
l-nrollment. ..sill. lsi)s. 1 ssj girls, l.'fil.
Average dail) meinliershi 7S7 ' iter
ate datl) attindiiiia-. o 71 1 iteraire
dalit absence. 7 '. 'J i isis of tardiness, is.
perfect ii. attendance, :,l'.l ciistif cor
ponil punisliiiH lit, to t ases referrtsl to
principals, t suneriiitendeiit I
The clerk presenltst the following hnan-
cial retwrt for June
III II lltNIt n Nil.
' tfcTa. i.
Paid oil estlui lies l.""s "I
rilling east High st lot P i
5 2.1M mi
BalameJulyl 4.571 5
til Mlltl I I Nil.
Iiistrlctttx SI. i T)
caleoM paper Js 72
Kents II tl
51 . or. a.
Overdrawn June 1 Ml',
supt and tr letters 'st7 o
Janitors. .7" lr
Hepalra - 1 MM
ssupplies J41 Ki
Printtneandadterttslng. 4 ."
Insurance IV J'
t. as I 1
'temporary loins 7,'"7- tr-
lnterest on same "
.Miscellaneous i 1"
Overdrawn s 1.4 -I
Placed on file.
Communication was recelted from A.
Mainmes. accepting election as German
teacher, at S1.000 Filed.
Having left the written t ommunicatlou
from the tax commission as to the nnal
action on tax levy at home, Mr. Winger.
from nuance committee, mane a vernal
statement as to its piirport.whlch Is alread
knqwn. The messenger volunteered and
waTdi'palehetl for the report.
Mr. Kelfsnitler. from committee on fuel.
heating and ventilation, presented bids of
a large number of dealers for furnishing
the board with coal the ensuing )ear, all at
SJ.90 per ton. aud kindling at 6 cents per
bundle. The committee recommended
adoption of Hartmau, Morgan it Co 's bid
for coal, they proposing to give written
bond, and bid of Tuttle A Hums for kin
Sir. Cox moved to adopt the report of the
committee and award the contract to Hart
man, Morgan A Co. Mr. Iletitt muted to
substitute the name of Wheldon A Merrill.
Members favored distribution of contract
generall) among the bidders. Mr Winger,
seconded b) Mr. Miller, moved a substitute
to different dealers. Mr. Betitt thought it
might be well to take time to think it oter
and see if theie was an) wa) of getting
awa) from the pool Mr jlorgm, of
Hartmau, .Morgan A ( o , was gin n i r-
inlssiou ftnctinddrttised the boirdasto the
situation in the coal trade there being an
agreement among local dealers to bid fit)
cents liejow retail price. He denied there
was any understanding as to ditisloniif
contracts, or "pooling" arrangement. Vote
on the Winger substitute was- i eas s,
na) s 'J. Lost.
lhe original n port ami motion was laid
on the tahle until next meeting to give
other parties a chance to bid. ami on Mr.
tv ingers motion all co tl dealers were in
vited to put In new bids for coal up to 7
o'clock Monda) rteniug. Jul) 1
Mr Keifsnlder united to eject the stotes
lu Wilton street building and that the clerk
advertises for bids for steam or hot air heat
ing iu salt! building. Carried.
F.stiuiateof eI.TT.ioii fair street build
ing, favor of A.I) Koss A Co . was al
lowed. M. Moran. SJt". t(l, tilling east
High street lot, was allowed.
The following is the isimmiiiiicatioii from
the tax commission as to the tax let).
sjl'IHNOMM u. O . Jul) 2, 1887.
To the Hoard of fjucatlon ot the City of
tirNTlrMrNj' We liereb) certify that
iiiHiii careful consldt ration of the proposed
levy by our board, of six mills for school
purposes In this city for the current fiscal
)ear, the tax commission of this cit) has
approved of said levy to the extent of five
(a) mills; and has disapproved of so much
of said proposed let) as is In ex-ess thereof.
And we further certlf) that said action of
the tax commission is its final action In the
premises Kespectfullv submitted,
J. II. Thomas. Vice-President
J. S. SilMiAlTtu. Clerk.
The matter of the Ux levy was discussed
in a rambling sort of wav, ami Mr. Iirenz
stated that he had receit ed information
that the president of the board
had stated to the commission, that
a levy of hie nulls would be sufficient
which was a surprise to him, and he de
sired an explanation. Mr. Martindell had
the clerk read a communication from .Ma) or
Kelly, of the commission, that what Mr.
Martin lell said was tint, if all spec!
teachers were dropped the board might get
through the jear on tne mills,
which explanation was sati, factor).
Mr. Winger motet! that tlie clerk of the
board tertif) to the Auditor the lev fixed
by the tax commission. Lost on a t oU; ot
) eas tne, na)s eleven. Motion to Instruct
the clerk tocertif) a let) of six mills to
the auditor was adopted.
Bills were allowed as follows. J A.
Ha) ward A Co, lumber. JlSHT J. T.
Mitchell, printing, Sil; Thomas Mfg. Co ,
lawn mower. 58 Mr. Moran, hlling lot
51; 0. II. Pieno A Co, pass books. 8"i
cents; Moore A bon. lime. 75 ceuts, J. B
Xorth, barrel salts 1.71, O X. Harlholo-
inetv, fitting room, 37T.UT.
Mr. Lorcnz moied the clerk be Instructed
to issue tontracts to all teachers and jani
tors not so served Mr. Winger muted to
except spec lal teat hers and janitors, to
which the tax commission has oujecieu.
The vote was taken sep-iritel) and was
allinuatite as to regular teachers and jani
tors. Special teachers also pismnI b) a
Mr. Lorenz moved the building tonimlt
tee lie instmettsl to adierlLso for bids for
iron or wood fences for tht eist High
street. Pearl street ami other buildings, as
An agent of a blackboard prepiration
was allowed to address the lmard, after
which the committee on buildings was al
low ed until next meeting to make recom
mendation as to blackboards.
THE KIRALFY BROTHERS
To Take II. H. UitlMam' '.siece or Trot,"
ow lu I'reji iratiou at Coliinihits.
It will be of much general inttrest to our
amusement loving readers ami tlie public in
general to know that Dan II. Uubsam, ol
this cit). lias made arrangemt ills with one
of the Kiralf) brothrn, to take out Ins great
siiectai ular prod 111 turn, the "Siege of 1 ro) ."
now in course of ooiupleti'in at Columbus.
The Kiralf) s are the gieate-l sptttacular
managers iu thecoiintr), ami the "Siege of
Tro)" will be in good hands.
Itev. itobert Qtiaife, formerl) of London.
England, will deliver a lecture at the Con
gregational churoh, on Thursday evening,
of next week, on "Slimmer Kambles lu
Cornwall," for the beueht of the church
furnishing soclet) Admission, 15 and
cents. Au evening of mirth, music and
marvel, with stones, saints, ghosts, giants
A BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Iiirllir Sm lt..nr.l or Trade Klrclecl by
the Incorporators I aat Night Tim) Hill
Meet ft Thursila) tvenlug.
'I he incorporaters of the new board of
trade, consisting of Messrs John runs,
James Carson, A C. Hlack, Am Winger,
P. P Mast, C A Phelps and O. S Kellv,
met Iu Oscar T Martin's law office last
evening for the purpose of electing a board
of trustees for the ensuing ear At
twent) iiiiiiutis to nine o'clock Mr Foos
was chosen chairman and P.M. Cartmell
secretary. 'I he huslmss of the meeting was
tin n announced by Chairman Foos. and
without dela) the ten members of the new
board of trustts-s were carefull) sehvteil.
Considerable ilwttsslon followed as to what
kind of tlitdit r should lie used in this body
It was thought b) some that it should be
npresentatite in eter respect, it was to
be the lioard that would lie responsible for
the success of tlie Isianl of trade,
soon to be established iu Spriugheld The
n line of General A S Httslinell heads the
bat. with J. W. Murphy of Murplrv A liro .
Jhiiics Carson of Carson A Fox I.. IL Ie
n i of the school board, Charles It. Crane
of P. 1'. Mast A Co . W. II Illee of coun
cil, C M. Nichols of the press, J. b Miles
of the manufacturers, F. II. Hagan, of the
law. and W. H. Hamilton for the retailers
The new board constitute some splendid
material ami will haveagoodl) amount of
resioiisible duties to perform. After the)
had been declared elected, Mr. Winger asked
how the) could belong to the board of trustees
when they were not members ol the board
of trade? The articles governing the es
tablishing of such organizations provide
that the tnistees will adopt the code of b)
law s and that decides how the) shall be
come, members. The trustees will also
elect the officers and launch the new board
of trade In acttt e position.
The secretary was directed to request the
newly-elected board of trustees to meet
next Thursday etenuig. at s o'clock, at the
The meeting then adjourned.
DEATH OF AN ESTIMABLE LADY.
Mrs. t'.fo. . Good raaaea From Life at
the Home or Her Father, mt souUi
From the Xenla Gazette, of Thursday,
we get the following account of the death
ot Mrs Geo V. Good, of that place. Mrs.
Good was formerly MIs Edwards, of South
Charleston, this county, w here her father
and relatives et reside:
Mrs. Frank Good, wife of George V.
Good, died at tlie home of her father, Mr
Edward Edwanls, at South Charleston,
this morning, at 2 o'clock, aged 32 years,
H mouths and II days. She had been af
flicted, with the dread dLsease known as
consumption for the past fifteen months,
and for the past ten weeks had been at
her father's, for the most part confined to
her bed, her devoted husband being in con
stant attendance upon her for the past two
Mrs. Good was born and reared In Soutl
Charleston, where she was married to Mr
Good on the 27th da) of June, 1877. She
then came to Xenla and resided here evu
since, where she made a large circle
friends ami acquaintances, who admired
and lot ed her for woman! graces, and a
refinement of nature possessed In so high a
degree b) few persons, she was essentiall)
a lady of lovable traits In all the ri I ittous
ot life ami as wife, mother or friend, none
will eter cherish a single unwelcome re
membrance of her life.
Besides her bereated husband, father.
bfoth.-rs and sisters, Mrs. Good leaves au,
oiiiyenim, Mamie, aged") cars, whose loss
Is be)ond estimating.
1 he funeral will be held at the residence
of her father. In South Charleston, Frida)
afternoon at J o'clock, and tlie remains
will be brought here and placed in the
tilth tlilef mlros.'a AdmlnlatratlOH
Ilon't Write Anouymous L.tttia, or lou
St iy Oct Into Trouble.
Since the new Chief of Police, James K.
Ambrose, has come Into office he has been
receiving a large number of anon)iuoui.
letters, suggesting, criticising, and in some
cases commanding in their tone. Toda)
Chief Ambrose handed one of these letters
to the Uli'I'iilic, which is reproduced. It
refers to the arrest of Wiu. Burns, who was
arrested on the same date and charged w ith
disorderly conduct with one Tohine), not
I'oohe), and was lined S and tosts m the
case. There was uo other case to be made
against him and he was promptl) arrestee!
anil properly treated In the matter Here
Is a cop) of the letter
Citv, JulyC. "87.
Captain J. R Ambrose. Chief of Police
Mv He vr. Sik: Why do you allow al
most a murderer to go unarrested. Tht
good citizens of our city are very indig
nant In regard to the William Bums and
Toohey assassination case. You well know
that Burns almost murdered Toohey, anf
If you don't at once proceed and bring ac
tion against Burns, action will be brought
against) ott. Truly) our Fkiend.
Hereafter no attention will be paid b
letters of this kind, and those who wrib
them had better emplo) their time in some
AN IjYJJERESTINC OCCASION.
iJpa7 in tin- srcuml English Lu
Xett Sunday will be observed In the Sec
ond English Lutheran church of this cit)
as "Children's Da)." In the morning, al
the usual hour of church service, the Sun
day school will in a bod) occup) the church
auditorium, and will there join In special
sen ices appropriate to the day. A sermon
bv the pastor will be preached to the chll
dren and )oucg people. In the evening r
delightful sen ice. entithd "Hull's Chil
dren's Day Service," under tht
leadership of the superintendent.
Mr. P. A. Schindler, and In which the
whole school will unite, will be rendered
This evening sen ice will consist of prater.
music, scripture readings, recitations, dia
logues, a brief address and a voluntary of
fering by every one, large and small, con
necteil with the school, towards the
"N'ichols Memorial," a new mission housit
now being built In India in memory of a
deceased )niing missionan the Kev. John
VIehoIs The church will be most attrac
tively decorated, and the services, both
morning and evening, promise to be ot
great interest and profit. Kter)body is cor
diaii) int lied.
11 MICHT HAVE BEEN WORSE?'
I x-Con. tahle Charlie Vloore Uratrgeil Un
ilrr a IV aeon ISehluU u Kunawa?
A ranawa) lir which Charlie .Moore, tl e
drlterof I'eteKepsa) '3 bakery wagon, wis
hurt, took place on west Main street this
morning about 10 o'clock. The horse and
wagon wi?re standing at Fisher street,and it
became scared when it ran down to Vorth
street thence as far west as the Uodger
rence company, where it was stopped.
Tlie wagon was upturned and the driver
dragged under it He received several se
vere bruLses and was attended to b) Dr.
Austin, who soon found that 110 bones were
broken. His legs were bniised. Ids left arm
cut and his wrist cut. He bled freely and
two or three arteries separated. He was
hxed up in good shape, and if no internal
injuries have tieett reseitwl he Is In a good
way for recovery.
liendlo), Alexander A Co., west end
lumber dealers, hied a deed of assignment
In probate court last evening, making Al
bert R. Straw, book keeper for J.V. Elster,
their assignee. Mr. II. It. Hrndley is not
In the firm, the partners being John H. and
fteiirire H. Alexander. The assignee lraeu
I bond in $i,400, showing the assets to be
about $1,200; liabilities not stated.
BEGINNING JUNE 30.
dM Sc QO Limeatone,
Commence their semi-annual Clearance
Sale by a Special Sale of
Sateens, Gauze Ginghams, White
Goods, Batists, I.awns and Summer
Dress Goods, all at exactly and posi
tively ON'E-HALF former price.
Lengths, one to eight yards.
BARGAINS II? PARASOLS
At greatl) reduced prices. Bargains
In Hosiery ; look at our Hue for 25c.,
full regular made hose, worth 40 cents.
Vim. 34 and 8tJ South Limestone Street.
'We big to announce to the
ladies that we have marked
the balance of our stock of
FANCY PARASOLS and SUN
SHADES down to less than
cost price. Now is the time
to get a bargain.
Cheap cotton and al! other
domestic goods on sale with
us at wholesale prices.
Fi ii it t teens from 6 cts.
to 25 cts.
Nice and fresh, in one and halt pound
ueaaine Imported Egg Noodle.
Heinz's Mustard Dreasiag.
Remember, we are headquarters on all
kinds of Fresh x'lsb.
Come in and get our extremely low prices
oa and after Monday. July 11th, as we will
a Jopt the strictly cash s stem. We mean
J. STKALEY I CO.,
33 AND 34 BAST BI8H BTataWT,
Prompt Free Dellrerj. TeleaJwae 43.
21 SOUTH UE5TEK STREET.
The dyeing, cleaning, repairing and pre
Iuk of Ladle.' and Uenta' Oarmaata a pec
lalcy. The only place in the citr to have Laeta
JurtalDi olijaned property. All work war
ranted. CHAMPION :CITY BITBieOOVS
Thti FINEST and Cf.K A VKTT In th ftr
Dr. Levitt E. Custer,
I'raiervatloa ot natural teeth by latett ap
proved rorihoda. Strictly art-claa work