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SPR1NCJF1KLI), O, hD.NKSDAV EVKMJ-TCi, .JULY 27, 1887.
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TRINfiFlELl., O., J
July 20. 18S7. J
There is joing to be a total
eclipse of the sun on August
1 S, and right here it may be
remarked that no movement
would be more popular than
this if it could take place here
and now. The shadow of the
moon will strike the earth first
at Herhii, early in the morn
ing. It will pass eastwardly
from this point, and, traversing
the entire width of Russia and
Siberia, will reach the sea of
Japan a little south ol Viadi
vostock. It will pass across
I londo, the main island of
Japan, in a line running from
Niigata, upon the western
coast, to Mito. The giant
shadow will rise and disappear
from the surrace of the earth
at a point nearly 1,000 miles
east of Japan in the Pacific
Readers of this will not be
able to see this eclipse, but
they ca-i buy clothing, ready
made and made to measure,
furnishings and hats, at an
average of 25 per cent, less
than anywhere else in this
market, at our large double
25 and 27 West Main Street.
To amidcooLiug in hot weather,
h furimli a choice line of
SARDINES IN OIL,
Sardine in Mustard, HrookTruut
iu T.nmto Sauce, Salmon Steak.
.FiGNIG OR SUHDWIGH MEATS :
Ik. lied Ham, Tongue and
Chicken, Potted Ham and
Tongue ; Lunch Ham.
Jersey Cream Crackers,
New Packing sf Olives,
D.iiiy Crt'iun Salad UreRaing.
J. M. NIUFFER,
N ice and fresh, Iu uiie and half pound
Genuine Imported Egg Noodle.
Ill ltlCKH RKUABLK
Heinz" s Mustard Dressing.
Iteuieiutier. we are headquarters on all
kinds of Freah Fish.
Come in and get our extreme!) low prices
on and after Monda). July lltli, as we will
adopt the strictl) cash s)steui. We mean
S. J. STRAIN v .,
a AMU i KABT UIUU bTKJUir.
I'ronipt Free l)ellerj. Telepboae 43.
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
Solicitor of American and Foreign
l IX riTITHTTIM.
Room 5 Arcade Building,
KriyrhAirarlra. WatblngtOtt.ll.C.; Lon
lou Lux l'arli. France.
Dr. Levitt E. Custer,
Preservation of natural teeth by lateit ap
proved methods strictly Brtt-clkM work
X K. High at., oyer SumUj'a Urocary.
The Chirk County
Boys on Deck.
Effort to Force a Nom
ination on General
A. S. Bushnell.
The General Insists on Prin
Blaine Men Organized for
But AdiNed From Maine to tJo
a Little Slow.
Tremendous Enthusiasm For
The News by Special IHspatch to the
Special Dispatch to the Republic
Toi hki, Jnlj 27. Teople are pouring
Into Toledo on ever) train ami the iluli
cations now are that tin" convention will
be called to order at 4 o'clock tliis alter
noou anil "ill be the largest ever held in
The Clark count) delegates are now
here, and are quartered at the Bond)
house. General Bushuell arrived jester
da) and was immediate') beselgtxl b) del
egates to know whether he would accept
the nomination for lieutenant governor.
He stated most positivel) Uiat he was not
a candidate, and would not aocept If noiu
Notwithstanding his -Kisltiie detlina
tioll, a large nuiuber of delegates favor
forcing the uouiinatlou upon him, and it
seems possible that his name will be pre
sented to the contention. Mui) ot the
delegates refuse to commit themselves to
any oilier uiau, hoping Bushnell will nnal
I) consent ti the use id his name. "sen
ator Triugle will, in all probability, be
nominated, anil the Springfield delegation
will come home with a lieutenant govern
There is strong sentiment In favor of
Ttlngle, and in the face of Budineli's
declinations he will receive the heart) sup
port tif the latter's friends
The Interest of all t inters In the Slier
man endorsement. Scarcel) an) tiling el-e
Is talked of. The resolution will meet
stroug opposition. The ltlanie for es held
a meeting this morning to endeavor to or
ganize and another meeting is now being
It is rumored Major McKinle) will op
pose the resolution, and It 1 certain that
Bev. Dr. Carson, of Xenla, will sjieak
against it. Notwithstanding opiKisltioti
the resolution will be adopted, with pr.ic
ticalunanlinlt). A pretty contest between the Blaine and
Sheruiau forms for the control of the t en
tial committee is on, but this far It is no
bod)s hght- Capieller will probabl) be
re-elected chairman of the state exe utile
committee. '1 tie Sherman club ot Mans
held, eight hundred strong, and headed b)
two bands, just arrived. Thetlub marched
to the Hood) house and was addressed from
the balcoiiy b) Mr. Mieriiian and tl n.
.Inhn tiighan. Sheimaii made a ringing
speech which thorough!) elcctribed tie
vast crowd. Ma.
MAX'S SECOND DISPATCH.
Trluuipliaot Keteptiuntu tlir siprltiKUelil
leleKallon fttlalue'a Muiport May he
Too Faru-t fur I1U Own l,ooil.
.special Dispatch to the Republic
Toinm,Jul)".!7 -1 301" vi. -Tin bpring
field excursion arrivtsl at 1 p. in. As the
MKIVI Til UK IllWMH li rxr.s
the) were isirdiall) greeted h) l.eneral
tiushnell, beliator 1'riugle and others ot the
advance guard of theClaik isjimtj delega
The delegation, over two hundreil strong,
formed in line, headed b) Iie lllg Six baud
and preceded b) lariiagesioiitaiuing Messrs
Buslinell, Keifer and Hannibal Haiuliu.
mart bed to the Ihsid) house. Senator
l'ringle brought up the rear, inarching with
the bo)a. Arriving at the Itood) house'
the Bucke)es marched intothelobb), where
they gave three iheers for
mi m's una i it ioi mi ouv hisok,
Hon. Joseph B. Foraker, and folhmeil
them up with three cheers and a tiger for
Priugle. The Springfield rrowd was the
oserved of all observers and was received
with tlie greatest enthusiasm.
Tlie Ulg Six is now (ila)Iiig some of their
iiiagulfeut music in front of the ltood)
Ill XINf VII N WI- VK1MM,.
Since tiling iu) last dispatih there
lias be 'li a noticeable weakening of
the fight ot Blaine men against the Sherman
resolution. It is rumored that
Maine's supjmrtcrs received at noon a teh
gram from the Maine statesman s friends
llhol KsllM. 1H1 VI lilUOKLutt
lest their oppieutlon lilltjlit relmiiud to
lilalne's disadvautaire It is fearisl, if
they are pronounced iu their opposition to
.Sherman, that the latter's irleiids will re
taliate. K. M. Campbell, of Springfield, is being
boomed for permanent se retar) of tl e
convention and bis chances are excelleut
IICHTH DISTRICT ORGANIZATION.
K I". liHH4nl lift It i ltd .i Xlriiili r ol
tlie state (etitrill iilillultlee-1.lii slu-r-limn
Ketilillloi l, 4,i
-l-enal ll. pitch I., the Hepnblic
lol mm Ohio Jul) J7 J III I vl
The Klghth distn.t delegations mtt at 1
p in. and otganicd b) electing liloss, of
I'lt ktwav count), cluilrm in, mil "seeds, of
(.'Ink, setictar) It K. lla)ard was
re-clts leil iiiemU rot the state mitral toiii
uiittie, ovtr Haines, ot ChampalcD 1 til
ts taiiisiderid a
II TIIIIV Mil. Till- 111 V INI- llr,
is llavwird Is an oeu and avoweil Blaine
man and llalncs a "sherman man I'he
lines weie dosil) drawn, the vole being
Jl to 1" in favor of Ha) w ml 'IheHpre
seiitttiou on thecommitttv is as tollovvs
Cow fill, of Cliampaign, committee on ier
maiieiit orgtulratloii: (inns, of I'lckawi),
(simtuittee on rules and order of business
I.:ori ins-, of l.ocin, committee on resolu
tion, lio)it, ot Madison, committee
on Tisleiitials John 11 Alulirson, a col
oleil diligite from riiauipiign count), was
Vlll III) I'lll-sllll. ni.
The convention will convene at 4p in. for
erinaueut orgaidatlon and hear r xrts
of comiuittees, and adjourn until tomor
row I lie Mitriiiaii roolutlon will probi
bl) lie introduced this afternoon, hut it is
understood now that
ll IH-I'llsITIDN lls IHSM-PK VHUI
liovcrnor Koaler arrivtsl at S HI via the
Columbus, Hocking Valle) and Toledo
mid in a spei lal lar. He was uittatthe
statimi b) hiindrisls of clti?eiis and the To
ledo adets. He was escoiteil to the HiskI)
lioiise b) the pnaession, being headeil b)
the Big SK band. )h.
Bl the S9urlateil fren
Tot Mm, Jul) 'J7. The delegates to the
republli-an state convention were ail heie.
lead) tor the prtllininar) sesioii of the
convention, which tiegins at 4 nMmk thi
afternoon 'I lit" louveution will tie called
to order b) Hon Allen T. Hrinsmade,
chairman of the state cen
tral committee.. Hoi). Dan H)jn
."I Into count, will lie temporar) ihalrmau.
'I he selections of vke plesidellts and com
mittcemeii will then be announced and the
hour of the meetings of the variulW com
uiittces will lie made known, and tlie Sin r-
luau resolution be intrrHliueil It will be
nfeneil to the committee on resolutions
and be refuted as part of the pUuk of ti-
uionow's convention, and then adjoiirnist
till lu a in. tomoirnw. '1 here has been
tremendous pressuie bioiight Ut tiear Umiii
the delegates opposed to the Sherman res
olution, and it is conhdentl) tliiim-d that
thele will lie no open opposition on Uie
tloorot thecouveutiou. Senator Sherman
will lie peiuiauent hair man. and will
mike a Sieeth on taking the i hair, dehnlng
WHISKY DID IT.
Thu VlrH Kllletl mill uother May Hie.
Clin vi. o, Jul) "J7. A special from In
dianapolis, Ind, s'i)s" Word has readied
herefrom Caibon that a wedding among
the Austrian miners there, Monda) night,
was enlivened h) a dame and drunken ca
routing, ciiliiiluitiug iu a general low
1'istols, lute, and briikswere ustsl with
elicit. John Itoss wxs shot in the head and
killed. Another man was shot lu the eve
and two or three others shot or otherwi-e
bad!) hurt, though not fatall). Dr. J. K.
Vutt we found on the street at ila)bnak,
with his skull inisheil b) a coupling pin.
He is uncoiisi ions and may die.
The ll.tiiln nml Other criiiners
N'l-vv Yni'K Jul) 27. -A Vewjioit
siKVlal to the HcmlJ sa)s. The board Bi
pointed b) Secretar) Whitney Fridaj last.
to inspect the Atlanta will reKirt iu a fiw
da)st!iat the Atlanta's structure apneas
to be strong and free from weakness
but her armament is hor ifn cmnt.i(.
What U true of the Atlanta Is also tnie of
the Boston and probabl) the Chicago.
Captain lluiice, commanding the Atlauta,
prudeiitl) teted the erlec't of the dls barge
of the eight Inch guns, before exKjhig the
men. '1 he tint sheep put near the gun
was blown no boil) knows where. The
s ond sheep was tied with a small rojie
and the annual was tossed high Into tlie
air and drawn back b) the rope a dead
lleratltil nliit ltiuitc Hunt.
Cmriuo, Jul) "J7. A .V spe. ml
from Carud, 111, sa)s" 'lhe Hrst seitlon
of tlie Louisville and Nashville freight was
derailed )esterda) afternoon this side of
the Wabash station. lhe engine fell uimu
aud killed fireman AI. Keward. Henri
Croft, brakeman. had his knee fractured
and bat k and lie. k badl) sprained John
II. Burns, flagman, receiveil an ugl)
wound on the fori head, and his left arm
was badl) Injured.
Hi I're.lilei.t Invlle.l.
WxsiitsiiTos, Jul) ."7. A delegation
from Kansas Ctt), Mo , called at the White
House sliortl) after noon, toda), to Invite
the president tovisrtthat tit) during his
western tour in tkti her. 'lhe president at
lepteil the imitation for a date, to be here
after nxeil. between October 1 and 11.
IlisnntriHt His" ill 4rirjctuMli, Ky.
I.mmiIiix, Jul) 27 A hie at tieoige
town. K) , this inoruiug destro)eit seven
buildings iu tlie prtucipil bitsiiies.s bhs k.
Including tlie ottice of tlie I'lint newspa
tieis. 'I lie loss is estimated at iuo oou
nxKiriiiix, Jul) Ji Kace for on
i.nle Mvlft won, Harr) Kusstll 2, OalUtiu
t 'I line 1 47.
Sirliif1elil lavtyeri l,et 1 hern.
Judge Todd, of I'rbana, Monda) ren
dereil his tlecision in that part of the cele
brated McCart) vs McOrt) case lu which
the woman who has just come over from
Ireland, Mrs McCart) No t, asked the
iourtfora)afs support. E .s Wallace,
esij ot this cit), ind Frank Chant e. e-i .
of I rtiana, represented theoriginal I'rbana
Mrs McCart) whose first name is l.ibb)
lhe judge's decision was in favor of tin
latter. Spriugheld law)ers do not prat tit e
as inuch law in tlie papers as their Cham
paign iiiiint) asvxiates, pirhaps, but tliev
tlistinitl) get there
Chllil I'll" tiler ThU Atlrrnoon.
A child was run uver b) a wagon about
half past one this afternoon, in front of
Spaiigeuberger's' pop shop, on Kast Main
lhe child was two )ears old aud a daughter
of Dau I'hleger, tlie baker. The fore
wheel of the wagon passed over the child's
head. It was taken to its home on Section
stieetandDr T. M. Keade called He
found the head and ta e badl) cut but does
not think the injuries fatal.
.IuiIk 1 ouhln't i,o.
Judge Voung couldn't go to Toletlo with
the bo)S this morning, being called to the
hou e of Mrs. Argabright in the cotintr)
she die I this morning and the Judge acts
lor her with power of attorne).
IIEAW ATTACHMENT SUIT.
Win. N WliitoKj.ua ltaeiver for Wl.it.-
Uy, Faxsler Ai Killy, Suej Jerome l'asi-
ler fur $85,000, Alleged to be Due.
he lvtiU..n in I-ml The Mime) -slil iu
lr lllln l"i Unllroail Itullil., lit nl
Fatalr mill t ji.li ilvmireM
iiiHlkilic lim I'riilivi ty.
sioiiu thing of i stir is i n iteii todii) b)
the aiiuoiiuiiuient that Mr. Willi tin
Intele) is lemver for WhiU.lt). has
hr.V Kcll). had brought an attadnni lit
suit agninst .li lome Kasiler, his former
piltuer, for lieu I) isuihi
I he intltion wis tilist last night b)
Messrs Itonmin .V Ituw-iuaii, ami is ap
lici.dist iu full It so fully states the
cauv s ol the ai tloii that little additions.! is
Mierill ltaker coiiimeiiiisl this morning
to gel out the att lchments and appoiuinl
Mr WillUm l)n lit and Colonel l'eter Mnt?
as apprai-irs. "lhe) will not tomplitc
their work until this evening 1 hi re ale
thirteen plei es ot proiertv to h- appraisisl
One is the l-as-.hr resldi nie, oil Jellerson
shett the othi r is tin old hltelc) hoiue
lead. on the corner of Mirket and .li tler
on stns t- the othi rs ire at or neir Vlr
felda. Mr I'assli r's luveli resort west of
the i It) The petition
Win S W hlli lev
Ucceiver nf Wtllteley.
tassler I Kelly. I
I'lauitirr ni" that on the" Id da) of
June, 1"js7, mid for man) )ear prior tin re-
to, Whilele), Fassler .t Kell) was and still
Is a biKt) i orp inte, org mize 1 an 1 existing
illlder the laws of OhiiT, and was engaged
iu thu maiiiifat'tuiH of agricultural imple
ments st Npllili!tii Id, Ohio, and I hat di ten
daut Jelome rassler, was a stoi k luildi r
and otllicr .if sill hitelev. rassler V
That on mi I J 1.1 da) of June, lssr. said
Whiti le). Fussier . Kill) Iiecame and w is
iusolviiitand unable to pa) its debts, and
that on said d i) iu a certain aitiou peudhnr
in the mint otioiiiuiou pleas ot Clark i nun
t), Ohio, win ri lu the Cliampioil liar A
Knife compiii) Is plaintltf, and said Whlte
le), Fassler A Kell) are defendant-, the
plaintiff Ih rein was h) said isniil apsiinttsl
receiver of said Whltelc) Fasslri A Kell).
with mwtr and nuthorit) to sue for and
collect al! debts due mil owing to tlie said
Whilele), Fassler A K'ell).
First. And for a first taiise of action
agamst said defendant, plaintltf s&vs that
on the ith da) of "September, 133'j, said
Whiteley, Fassler A Kell), at the reijurst
of said defendant, transferreil and delivered
to said defendant certain railroad bonds
then owned by said Whltelev Fassier A
Kell), lor whli h said defendant avieed to
pi) said Whilele), Ftssler A Kell) the
sum of 57 iKiu witho per lent Interest
from said "septemlier 7lh, last), within a
na-sonabie tune thereafter, whiih peiiisl
has elapseil, )et said dtfeiidaut has falleil
to pa) said sum or an) part theieof.thotigh
rispiesteil to ito so, mid that atler said
cause of action aiirued said defendant
departed from the said state of Ohio, and
nmaitied absent theretiom for a period ot
not less than two )iars
sjtxond For a secoud cai'sc of actio!'
against sild delt lulanl, plaintltf s.t)s thai
on the Mh da) of October, lssl. said
Wlutele), Fassler A Kell), at the m-iitst
of said defendant, sold and caused to be
conve)fd to said d. fendaut a lot of land on
the southwest isirni r of Market and Jef
firson streets in the citv of hpringtleld, O.,
for whii li the defendant agreed to pa) said
Whltele). Fassler A Kell) the sum of
810,1X10, with interest thereon from the
haul October s. ls-il, within a reasonable
time thereaftt r, which time has (lapsed,
)et the defendant has failed to pa) said
stun or an) part thereof, though requested
so to Ut
Third. For a tliird cause of action airain-t
said defendant, plaintltf sa)s said Whiti
le), Fassler A Kell), at various times be.
tweenthe'dh da) of Krliniarj, lsso, and
the -Ith di) of Manli, IssJ, at the reipient
of said defendant, adidlti edsums of uiohe)
to the said defendant amounting to the sum
of -l'l,"Ki Jt, whlth said sums of iiione).
with the consent ol said dtfeiidaut, were
i liargtd against him on the books of said
hltele). 1 assler A Kell), a cop) of whkli
actollllt of said Whltele). Fassler A riell)
against said tit fendaut Is as follows
T hi re are tlilrt) -hv e items, all "to i ash,"
in this account, var)lug in sums from Si to
Sr.,7'tJ. dated November 11, l5!jt. Ten
were for Si not) eat h, one 5 i Out), one S.J.-
,'iUU. one 51.ir-o, two Sl.Onu eat h, and tie
ri inaiiidi r of vauous small sums, the total
amounting to i-l'i, JJ'i -'!, as stated above,
'Ihatattei said third tau.e ot aitlonac
crueil said ttefeudaiit departett from &h
state id Ohio and remained absent then
friuil for a erlod of not less than two) eal 4
Ihereaic no credits or Indorsements on
said account, and there is title the plaiutltl
as said ieeclvcr of said Whltele), Fassler A
Kell) theieoii the sum ot 54'' JJ'i It, which
he claims with interest on tlie several
amounts thereof from the dates the) were
resjieclivel) advanieil to said defendant is
shown b) the foregoing at count
herefoie. the plaintin prtjs judgment
against sild di fendaut tor the sum ot Jsil,
'!"""4, with Interest on the several sums
thereof as aforesaid
if I 1 wi N Will i M I- v, Hcceiver
H) Uiivxxixn A liowvixs ivn
J XliUr v Klin i:.
lurulirr't ertltrl 111 the llelri 11 h Cn.e !
II a Vrr.llct-
Corouer Bennett lenderetl his vertlict in
the llelfrich ease last night. It is as fo'
"Alter exa iiiiiing the bod) and hearing
the ev idem e. I do find that Mithael lie!
filth came Ui his death b) a fall over tie
t litis lietwi en F.u tm v and l'luiu streils
some tune last Suiiili) moriiiiig. Wlietlur
b) self intent or act ideut I i aiiuot deltr
iiiine. but tin not attach all) blame to any
one Use "
A lt ll.it. I UrillK Built.
i-dighiitler, the well known west end
(lermaii hoti I luiu, is building a mammoth
frame three-stor) building on extreme west
Main street, a sipiare be) ond thu west end
slleet ear stables, which he proposes using
us a hotel. It is the largest flame building
iu the, city and tlie only one. It Is said,
three stories iu height
Mr. Mm, Myers' I- uiieral.
The funeral ot the late Win. Mjers will
be held at his late residence near Yellow
spiing at It) o'clock tomorrow morning
lhe Interment will be at t- uou.
THL BICYCLL BANQUtT.
1'l.il.rHiuiiie il loii.l. ! I if KfOdeieil at
lie V del litieii - Pf i.l "l mor til t. I el
I In-annual liK-i I nf the Ohm IMvislol,
I eiui ol iuetli in Wlieiliuell will hill
haul!) wind up in "spiiuglield toiiioirovv
( 1 liursdi) 1 1 venliif with a -nperb bampie1
Lat the An ade hotel 'I helmet i omineiiieil
a' Maiislield )cstmla) 1 uesda) ) with an
atteudatii e of athiut - o 1 he ptrade was
liiisisiug, mid was wituessisl b) ID 000
siMstttors t the husinesi uiei ting )es
t nl-t) inoriiliig, trink C Me) 1 1. of Can
ton vvasri i lei tut siiiitur) and tretsuter,
and J M I)lou, of Toletlo, was elected a
meuilii r of the Iiuaiite uimiiiittee J W
Nnhr of Sjulnglu Id II , i iviiigston of
Ciiu inntti, ami lr J II liorer, of Kind
It), wile nauiisl its tui'intn rs ot the
nominating oniiidttie for lit t ji'ar.
Iu the atti moon the out mile coasting
uintest w is won li) II M iitds of Culiiirj
bus. N P Kurn-e of Ctntou seioiid.
tin! I ev i (i irlwr, of Itellev die. third 1'l.e
hill-climbing contest w is won b) K C
Ieve, of Canton J lines M ii k of Kno
vllle, seisind lu the ten mile team rice,
Vkron Missillon and CauWu entered three
men eai h licit Wi rk, of krou. came in
first, lu foil) two minutes Kd II l'llle, of
Mnssillon. leioiid, tint ( C McNeil of
Vkron, third lu the evening i promenade
toiuert w is given to the visiting wheelmen
iiniu the lawn ot enitor Mieiinan s re
idem e I lie ailair wis a thorout'hl'
haniUiime oi e. I'he wlii-elmeu -pent tl p
fun li. sui at Marion, and are toda) workii g
their vva) dow n toward "Springfield bj tie
tour route evclusiv el) publilieil In the Kl-
1 III 10 a few d i s ago lhe) will arrive
in tl v i It) tomorrow ilttruooH Ybout one
liuudrisl are esstisl, bit the number cm
not )et be deliuitelv stitei. 'ord vyas
momentaril) es-ctisl tisla) from Captain
Kiikpatruk so tint soiueesthiiate uiuld
beobtuhieit of the luiuiUr to tula part 111
the lianiiiet tomorrow evening. luiluding
tho-o who will attend liH'all), the coui-
pni) at the banipiet lioard is e-1-o.teil
'o rtach from lio to ,'0U
ieople. It will be a vir) notable loiuj
ii.inv. rnllke the usual lic)i.le bamniel
it will not boa stag tveiit (liitlieuui
trar) a laige niiuibei ot I idles will attend
ind add glut and IjiMiit) to the attalr.
Landlord lbs kheld expects to iiliiise hiiu-
self on the lie mi I lie following excellent
program of ( is will lie carried out, and
siKxial pilde is tali li tu the iieixmml of
I oust Mister IJ Mikpitrick.
Address of Weliome -Judge Joliu C
lheOliio Division 1 W James It.
Dunn, Masllloii. i
lhe Machine 'I hat Hhs Come to Sta)
Kiv J II Helwig. I) D
I'ho Wheel does I M NithuK
Chi-stnuls D '1. Wesl.
Itu I.hiIi.s It-v F. i. Mitchell
OFF FOR TOLEDO.
Surlngnrlil Semi, n 111k llnilune llele
KalliiH lu the Iti pilblli an CiMlvvntliiii
this MHrnluh sr.ies Hi the IlelMiC,
WheuTSirhiglield nukes up her mind to
a thing she dot s it in a in inner best de-
ribeil b) the street expression, "in gnat
shape " '1 he big excursion to Toletlo this
morning was no exception, and Springlield
will be better reprint nted at the coax eiitlbii
than mi) tit) In Ohio, loleilo. of course.
the siiet lal train lelt the C C. C. A 1.
depot tdiarpl) on time this morning at 7-JO.
tight ears weie provided
for the accommodation of
the crowd and for others who would
join tue excursion at Inti nuediate stations
lhe i trs weie drissl with bunting and
streamers, and piesi nteit i dashing apjiear
ame. On large haunt is uihiii either side
of one of the cars was the inscription "The
Champion City's lireetiug to Ohio's Next
(oviinor" I iui another was "The
Springlkld Kei ubllt an Club " lhesieclal
train will create a s-iisatioii as it tiles Tole
loward on its speiiall) arranged fast trip,
ind will knock the inipres-dou that Spring
field is dead, higher than (illrc.)'s tradi
tliintl ai rial toy vast cfowd tunsre
gatecl at tlie depot to see the
dehgaliou til, am) tlieie wereohoers as the
train pulled out. tjuite a number nf ladies
accompanied the excursion, and the local
crowd was uigmeiiteil b) tjulte sizable del
egations fiom enii mil other cities.
The Hlg Six band aicompanled the ex
curslou, but It tame near lining so onlj in
art. Messrs Dcihuer, liartou aud Cush
man were In the resale moist ginnls de
partment when the ti am pull. si out and
wt re left. The )i II that went m from the
crowd when It saw the blank Iik kof amaze
ment on the fices of the three iHscomtitted
windjammers was like the roar of a cy
clone. Fottuuatel) the train had to stop at
the east Mun sfrtst targtt, and thebo)s
caught it tin re. on the desd run.
A RASCAL AND I-KaUD.
("iiliirtil Xito Isltii; llr. "iey.' am
t..t llu...l- I niik tint tur tllm
Some tase!l) )oung negro about town Is
using the name of Dr II. 11 Sejs, the
well-known pliuian with whlnh to vii
timije grters aud other dialers. A few
da)s ago a negro went into J M Niutfer's
grtver) in the Ait nle. aud got a basket ot
gim-erli-s. He gave thu name of John I'ler-
s II, said he was l)r Se)ss hireil man. and
that he had ins-ii told to get the groceries bl
Mis. Se)s Attirhehadgouewllh thegoods
the clerk bei-ime iiiikls) ami telephoned
Mrs se) s, w ho, of toiirse, at once stated
that she knew not'iingof the man. aud that
he was an imiiostor. Dr. Se)s's hired man,
who.b) thewav,ls iiimed Joiiu l'lersell.wxs
brought clown to the grocer), but it was at
once seen that he w is not the uiau, and he
l)r Se)S warns all nrrc luiit. to beware
of tins iiiiinterfeit John l'n rsell. who is a
fraud of the first water and a rascal, bo
far, the Artadegroc.r) Is the mil) ptaieat
win. li tie has gotten in his work, but the
doctor cannot state this posltivel) until he
eoiinueiites to leteive his monthl) state
ments. Kei p i lookout for the fraud.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
A I.lllle hil.l Vliuo.t Kin. Over h) Mr.
VI. A. Hit) w Aril's lliuiKy.
Mr M A llayvvard cauie near running
over a little c 111 tit at the turner of Light
aud Main streets, tins (Wedticsda)) fore
noon and the escape was siuli a narrow
one lor the hah)'s lite, that it makes Mnr
lis shivt r evei) tune lie thinks of 11.
He was dnv nit, along ver) slowl) at the
tlossllig llltlltlotiial Wfietl stlddelll) Oil
looking iii front of his bugg). he was as
tounded to see i little cliilcl, just learning
to toddle and not over a jear and a half
old, standing let ween the horse and
the vehicle inside the shafts' It had evi
dent!) walked scpiarel) Into the team, so to
speak. Mr Hayward reined up suddenl)
but hot until the little one had been knocked
diwnaiidthe hind wheel was pressing on
Us hg, but not jet crushing It. The little
one was rest ueil from its perilous position
in it toiiiparatlvel) unhurt condition
'I lie thlld was evidi nil) itu Italian, and
there was terrible exe iti ineut among Us
folks when it was brought Into the house.
I'oor Old l or.
lu Judge xouug's court this afternoon
poor old Dave Fitzgerald was called to
plead to being drunk. He walked up to
tlie s a id and heard the following words
from the Judge's giutle voue
Cuilt) or not gulltV"
"es sir guilt), )er honor " and Dave
"Von must be ver) fond of staying at
the station house?"
"It seems so, )er honor," replied Dave.
"Tiveut) dollars and tosts, and that will
keep )ou until September.
To escape the torridity of the evening
and to rind a cool, delightful place, goto
the St. Paul lawn fete at Col. J. M. Dear-
Idorrt's toiuoirow evenlDg. Mualc b) Fore
ma i s baud.
THE CREAf KEl'XIUX.
Tlie full Pro'rimiite ot the Ki
of the Ex-Soldiers tuil Kx Sail
Olark (Jouuty, August 4 and
lleniliiinrter. hiiiI Olln-r ArriniKeiiienU-
Ihe llli; I ,ini. -ire nml lhe Inich
Hlitl Si,,!,,. luiisit ten
erul tlr.ler. llelulU
'lhe committee on arr ingi mi uts toda)
completed the full piograiuiiii for the great
reunion of the ex soldiers in. I ex sailors of
Clark count) to beheld in this city on
ihnrsda) and riida) ugiist Ith ind '.th
'lhe programme just as nn ptnsl b) the
committee' is heiewith given entire It is
to be printed m handsome tour pwe form,
in color, the hrst pige showing i prett)
design in rule work, with pattioln symbols
The second and third ptges ale devoted to
the matter appended while on the fourth is
given hi convenient form the tune-tables ot
all the railroads leading into tlie it) The
programme of the camp-fire will tn- found
to be of especial Interest
Head luarters tilth btltir), rcude
liith bitlerv. No 10 South Mirket street
17th batter). No lo F Main street list
O V 1 l.igonda House, 14th and Mb
Aliade. tdth O I. reade, 74th O
I.. C. C C. .V I, de-tot. giiits waiting
To the i amp ground (Irein line street
cars, marked li) green plates over car en
trances. Cars plainly mirkeil go from
Arcade, ncutli eutraiuv. or Mirket s.inre
llottitk AriM.le, High ami Mirket l.i
gnndi. High and IJmesioue st Junes.
Main and I.Imestone. Centril, Market,
south of Washington
Commands will reimrt To chlel unr
shal on Markit sipiire, at It a iu city
time, 'lhe mtrshal ami lit aldis will form
column and iu.iitiite line of mirth as
follows North from souare to Hmli
street east on High to Limestone north
on Limestone to iliin, west on Main to
Center; south on Center to High east on
High tu Market: utli on Market to fleas-
aut, west on i'leaaant to Yellow Springs,
soum on jeiiow "springs tu cjiiiil where
headouarters have been inarkisl and is
signed to the dilteient isiuuiiinds
Dinner from IJ "0 to J. p m Business
meetings at headquarters of eai 11 toiuinaud
at 1 M0 p iu sharp.
-N'lght ipiarters pnivulisl on the ground
for comrades d. siring to tamp out until
Fndav, the Mh id August
Forward from eiitrance to headouarters
of tlth, "vtli. and general he.ul.piarlers, for
uieiuwrs tu ail) commaim lo the left for
headimarters of 74th, O V 1 . t-ith O V
1 . Mist O V I . and loth, loth and 17lh
Thursday. August 4lh at " i. m at lamp
J W It t line President
r lett her VV hlte ".erretary
.Mu lcb lligsit u,j Prufcisor JoJin Kets
Camp-Fire Programme c.in.lutte.t by Captain
A II (att.u ot Cincinnati
teldresiei! Welcome Mayor U S Kelly
Itespouse Col 1, VV lulleys, Okobojl la
I "OurLountry Its lruture"
He-tcher U.ite. eso clly. til
teenthO V I
S "Our Comrades ot all armlei ot trie
Col J T Mitchell trhini -ixtf
sixth 0 1
Music Clunihia theilem .it thetieean "
3 'Lincoln and st mf..u
I'apt t'has hue New Orleans
p-eveicleenlh O II
Music Mar-pauiled Hauner"
4 1 the Memory of those In the rnty
an 1 Navy h Wet. oined Heath In
hefeuieof the I ui in
Col M B W Hiker Keiit.m o Thir
ty flrsto t
t " The tllrl I Left llehlnd Me
I.teut I N Mitchell Plymouth 0 ,
Music -flie illrl I Lett Behind Me "
c ' The Arm? Mul"."
lapt rranlc L Mootes. 1-orly
Mrnlo "Here our Mule"
7 "The Volunteer "".ildler."
i'apt II lattn. e. imlnnntl.
Seventeenth 0 V 11
Musle "Vankee Hoodie "
s "The Loyal Citizens who sustained us
at Home while we rought the hue
riyat the front
Hon Win II Wate M c . frulu
lllnourl Thirl) first 0 V I.
Music "sweet Home '
i "The Uuniinersuf the srmy
Major J W tree. Urilevllle lhlr
ty Hrst O 1
Music "lohiiu) Hll up the Bowl"
lu. "The Ties! list Hind. '
J.C llontecou, Wlscouslu Teuth
Music nnle Laurie "
II "The star spangled Hsnner
Chaplain Parsuus, I rtiana. silly
Music "Tramp, Tramp "
11 " Our Heroic Head ' In silence and
Cut H Pflule). enla. seventy
fourth 11 1
13 "TheHlKti Private of lhe War
Adhitant r tl hc-llar. ;ixty sixth
Music "Mirching Through (leorgla "
1 The lotstmaster will detail lor duty. other
comrades within range .it his Parrott
1. Comrades thus di-tallcl will respond
promptly under penalty of having to do so
1 Keiponcs will be brief, c.r the toastmaster
will know if not why not
4. Impromptu responses whether written or
not, must he luuny reually. presentation
ot the sutler s hill
5. No one to speak who either double-shotted
or half shot
i No"taps"exiepta applied to producers
of natural ks.
7 lhemau'who puts down the rebelllou
will not be recognized by Iheihiir
3 ailkee 11 lodle will he recoculed Is a titg
ger man than Old Curu red, hut
" The bloody shirt hat been taken In to
washbyllrand Marshal Davis
IU These orders in ty not he altered or amend
ed.xnd will be strictly enforced
Hy order of II Maitiix
A FAMILY R0W
A llu.bao.l Chnrges III. Wife With In.
faithful Iutle, mill ll- Her Vrre-le.l
A Sail Ctuc,
Last night, at a few uuuutes before ten
o'clock, the patrol wagon called at the
Spring street station house with a Mrs.
I'ollock, the wife of a former telegraph op
erator of the Bee Line olliie at the I B. A
W. crossing She wait in a state of light
Intoxication and cried piteoesly as she told
her story, she begged not to be l.s keel up.
ami it did seem a little hard tu luck one up
with such a lady like apiiearance. She was
heartbroken, and big tears rolled down her
cheek1 In rapid succession Her husband,
who it Is said, is not as upright as a politi
cal pole that stands to serve the dominant
part), had her arrested, and to see her there
about to be placet! Ill a ding) old cell,
witli low and dirt) trash, showed
an absense of Imsband like instinct.
She was dooinrd to remiin over night,
however. No power could release her.
onl) that of her husbuid She had the key
to her own house at No J71 east Main
street She was tell!) ill and subject to
hemorrhages lu telling her story she said
she was looking afti r a niisi, 14 years old.
whom she was trying to lift from a life ot
shame, which she thought si e was drifting
into, and failed to come home until a little
after supper time. I'ollock himself Is a
.inlet man, but it is said, has been arrested
Looking for the ""IwHsl" Hume.
There was a heap of fun about the ofb.ee
ot a Market strict coal dealer yesterda)
afternoon, between the pioprietor and the
driver. The proprietor told the drlv er to
take a load ot coal to a certain house on
North street, wh'ch he u en t on to describe.
The boss Is broadly German tu his accent.
and Instead of saying the "last house on
North street," he kept saving "the kast
house." The driver came back after about
two hours spent in an ineffectual attempt
to find the smalhst house on the street, and
there was fun alive when he got back.
nut XITalr nml Many I're.ent
They I.ao. fnrlhlingo mill
pleasant wi.ldiiig which iimtisl M
I una A II ir ford ami Mr James 1) U all
took plate last tTuts-da) evening it the
residence of the bride's parents. No '7
west High street. Itev Dr halumer. of
the First I'resb) ten in church, performed
the beautiful tetemoii) at half past'lo, i(-k
and the homelike parlors were tilled with
almut lift) near frnmls of the young
couple. A most pleasant ivin
iug was had ami a sumptuous
wedding supper was served atiocI,k
lhe)oiing itiiiple reielvel mail) usefu
prest nts and the one that is probabtv at
pretUti-d most is the hindsome antltpie
bed room set of ink from (ieneral giul
Boiheaiid the bo)s In the othte of the
freight department of the Ohio Siutl.c in
Mr James D Watt, the young gnmi is
a trusted and valuable clerk in .Mr l.oi he s
ofllteand Is a popular fellow with ill who
know him Miss Harford Is a young lady
of rare attainments aud real worth, being a
sister of Mr Samuel Harford and Kdward
Harford, of the Lagonda National bank
The following Is a partial list of those pres
Mr and Mrs. Watt, of Akron Mr D H
Km he and wife. Miss Maggie Armstrong
of i'rbana, Mrs. Toms, Mies Maggie
Toms. L. Willard.'Hose LeCle4cti. Sue I.e-
Clertsi, Belle Smith-Ottle Smith. Jennie
Hetkler. Lizzie I'ayton Jlr. and Mrs
Samuel I'ayton: MessrsMf. h .sawyer C
o iienneit, a. .1 Heckler K t, I'ueisstr.
Ihomas l'ajtou, KdwartiHarfcVrd, Mr and
Mrs Foltkemer, .Mr Kiiiuia Kobinson,
Mr and Mrs. James Narfen, Miss Flora
Harford, and Mr. and Mrs. d'eorge FranV
iVt do clock this morning the btlde au1
groom departed on a western train for Chi
cago aud will do up the lake cities b) boat.
reiuruiiig nere lu a couple of wet ks. 'rHPr-l
will. rTn at I'liin In houloi keonir-anil liv..
i v-rrnosi wisiie., t5raoi!nirTrtciTTrs
ESCAPED THREE TIMES.
Henry sjtriwa, H Colorflsl Mn, Oirm the
1'ollie the Slip ThreoJjme. lu One
Monday night, the police had the liveliest
kind of a time tr)lugto arrest a colored
man named Henr) Straws who was wanted
for a row with a colored chippie a tw da)S
ago. Karl) In the evening. Orllcers N'kk
las and McClure saw Straws iu company
with a fellow named "5ii)der. who was also
wanted over tm the levee. The men were
taken Into custod), N'icklas corralling
Mraws and McClure holding outoSu)der.
On (iallagher street Straws broke awa)
fruiu the Teutonic policeman, and even a
plspil shot could not bring him back
ljiler iu the evening after the news ot the
escape had been passed around among the
coiis. Oftlcer Doll Kccord found the elusive
straws ou the i'leasaut street bridge, and
again put him under arrest. He brought
the pj-tsouer down to police headquarters,
where a consultation was held
with Inspector Foster, who ti
dered the man locked up. Kecord
started down sUIra with Straws, but on the
way the prisoner gave the cop a terrible
push that sent him tumbling down stairs
At the same instant Straws cleared the
steps at a bound, leaping clear over Kec
urd, and made a wild break for hbert) tin
second time that evening. Iln escapuL
Still later, after midnight indeed. Officers
Record, McClure. Lawler and Hizer sur
rounded Straw's house lu tlie alle) between
ellow Springs. Miami, Clark and l'leas
ant streets The) caught sight of thi ir man
and closed in on him. but his remarkable
luck did not desert him, and for the third
time that night he gave the eoppt rathe
slip. These few last Straws broke the
camel's, hack and the coppers are ver) sote
Mr. Iid itotter" llor.i. ou the Kain
pK UI Wife Hurt noil the Uu)
Just at quitting time last (Tuesds) ) even
ing, a furious and damaging runaway w
curred ou Warder street in front of 1'. I.
Mast A Co.'s shop. Mr. David fctotler, the
j-well-kiiown assistant shipping clerk of the
above named firm, formerly lived compara
tive") lu the center of the cat), but recently
he has moved iuto the northern suburbs.
Of late his wife has been In the habit of
coining for him each evening, driving a
lively horse attached to a handsome new
buggy. The horse has acted ugly on sever
al occasions, and the remark went the
rounds among the workmen that sometime
It would do damage.
Last evening, Mrs. Stotler called for het
husband tu usual. An 1. B. A W. switch
engine was backing up and down Warder
streeL smoking and putting, aud just as
Mr. Stotler got into the buggy, the horse
took fright and started to run. Mrs. Stot
ler was thrown out and badly cut and other
wise injured about the head. Mr Stotler
was also thiown out, but recklessly held to
the lines and was dragged a considerable
distance. He was severely bruised. The
vehicle Dually collided w ith a lamp post
and released the horse, which was caught
by a crowd of workmen. The vehicle was
badly damaged. One axle was badly bent,
the shafts broken and the top torn off
Mrs Stotler Is seriously but not danger
ously hurt, although her head was terribly
swollen by the concussion.
WHERE WERE THEY?
(lure In Two Hi-rlo orten I- nullah fur
the Council to Meet.
Last evening was regular council meetipg
night, but no quorum was had, so an ad
journment of those who were there was
made necessary. At the usual time Clerk
Shew alter called the roll and Messrs Bice,
BVrlew, llanlka. Korn, McKenna aud
Tresident Thomas answered to their
'So quorum." announced the presldi nL
Move we adjourn," shouted out Berlrvv
'Second the motion." y elled Korn.
That suits me," chipped iu Biee.
'Well, what can I do""' put In Hanika.
"Bather than have any fuss let's ad
journ. Mr. Tresident, ' quietly shinned Mt
"I don't care if you do, ' said Clerk
"Council adjourns forwantof a quorum."
were tlie words uttered by the president.
and the Sergeant at arms "doused the
"I am in luck, inused the reporter.
In fact there was very little to do. ard
after being satisfied that their satarits
would be paid for full time thev all left for
their homes. There Is no telling where the
remainder of the council were, but it is
strongly suspected that Mr. Burnett from
the First ward is at the Cleveland races.
trill tile, nf luaulll.oi XVI.ile at
Dr. Miller' Drtlte Last Night.
A sail aud sudden death occurred last
(Tuesday) evening at Dr. J. M Miller's
office. In the Tha-uix block. Fritz ,
whose last name has never been learned,
but who was about the nrhce a gnat deal,
had been seen to be ailing all afternoon
About S o'clock he fell over and suddenly
expired. As death was probabl) the result
of natural causes, Coroner Bennett was not
summoned. A post-mortem was appointed
for today, and it was expected to show that
death was the result of Inanition. Fritz
was quite talented and was learning to speak
lu both English and Germtu. tie was well
known to everybody along the street, and.
Dr. Miller and his family were quite devot
edly attached to IL
Fritz was a very intelligent magpie, and
his lively chattering and cute tricks will be
X Most I'Uf.
.1 I jla.
40 INCH, .LI.-'. 001,
:17 12 Its., former prite, Co lu.
36 in. all-wool Suitings, 25c,
former price, 50c.
ICi'imiahts at one h i I f rmer pi . i
lot t.imlmins V Mens hue Unas
"dilrt-s ". forme"! pr. e -1 I u is i at
I'eeluceil I'rice 1-uibronh rie and la.,
it Bargain Trices Bargains m ,ei de
partment. MURPHY & BRO.
IU aud 'Mi South I.init'stone H.
Last week we ottered some
decided bargains in Summer
Goods, which no other house
in the city has yet matched
This week we can do better
still. Please take notice
10 Cent Crinkle Ginghams,
Only 5c a Yard.
Come early and be happy.
Parasols this week less than
NOR SCHEMING AT
l0 BLACK'S OPERA. HOUSE.
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