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SPEmGFIELD, 0., M02TDAY EVENING, SEITE.UBER 2G. 1887.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
VOL. XXXIII NO. 22S
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Sept. 24, 1887.
THE ANARCHIST WOMEN.
They Will Murdar Their Children and
Kill Themselves, if Their Hus
band Are Hanged.
We don't expect to sell all
the Fall Overcoats and Fall
Suits that are worn in Ohio
this season, nor yet all that
are worn in Springfield, but
we do expect to sell a very big
proportion, and warned by ex
perience we expect that pro
portion to be bigger than ever
before. We have prepared
for it on that basis ; and we
do know that what we sell,
from the highest to the lowest
price, will be one profit
cheaper, quality for quality,
than will be sold anywhere
else in this market.
As to Fall H ats.
The Puritans who settled
in this country were noted for
their steeple crown hats. The
phrase, "shoot the hat," per
haps, originated among the
Indians, who, after they
scalped the heads that wore
those hats, used them for tar
gets. Hats run rather to
mall brims than steeple
crowns this fall, but, brims or
crowns, we have every style
m the market, all grades and
different prices, with the whole
scale lower than you can buy
the same article for elsewhere.
25 and 27 West Main Street
I'mtrraliir nd Judge Threatened, In
Chicago The Lunatic, Train, shoots
Off Bit Month lsaslnatlon
Bt the Associated Press
Ni.w Voiik. Sept. 28 "If these men
are han-red. their hn will LIU their
children and then 'commit suicide," M
Mrs. CapL Black to a reporter esterda).
"Nina. VanZandt has frequcntl) assured
me that if her husband, August Spies, goes
to the, scaffold, she will die by biron
hand, at the same hour. Other women tell
math same thing. To let them lite,"
Mrs. Black continued, "Will not result so
disastrously as some people pretend to
think, but If they are hanged, Grinnell,
Boa field and Judge Gary are not safe.
As Citizen Train sa)s. 'there will be sheol
Colored Mason. Alleged to liar.
(ulltjr of Hurdtr.
New Onu v.s. La.. SepL 26. A I-icii-Vuiic,
Greenwood, Miss., special says: A
negro named Henry Taj lor, killed auother
negro on the Talabatchee river about t o
months ago. At that time an attempt was
made by colored Masons to lynch bini, but
they were prevented, a Mr. btanclll taking
Talor into his house and protecting him.
Since then Bob Taylor and hit wife hare
disappeared. One day last week a body
was found in the river, which proved to be
that of that Ta) lor. and the impression i
that colored Masons made away with both
him and his wife. George Evans who
was hanged here July 27 by a negro mob.
was supposed tohae been ljnched b
colored Masons because be had killed one
of their numbtr. The faeling is getting to
be strong that the colored Masons take an
oath in their secret organizations to avenge
the death of a brother Mason.
A PROBABLE MURDER.
Java Cloves, Thin Quill Cinna
Hitn, African Cayenne Pods,
John G. Wilke. Mysterious Death Yester
day. Fr.i mint, O. Sept 20. At 2 o'clock
Sunday n'on'-3 John Gottleib Wilke. of
Elliston, oM'" t county, was found near
the Lake Shore track thirty rods from his
residence with his skull fractured d
his pockats rifled of soma 850, which he
was known to possess. Drs. Fambach and
Drumgnld were called but were unable to
do anything. He remained uncoaicious
until 4 o'clock, when he died. He attended
the democratic county contention, hel l at
Ellmore Saturday, and was on his way
home. Wilke as 59 years old, in good
circumstances, and was the father-in-law of
Sheiff Truhart. of Ottowa county. He
leaves four sons and four daughters. Au
thorities claim that a clue to the murderer
will be developed at the corona's inquest
Grand Army lien (nthi-rlng at St. I.oul-
(.rnt-ral Mieriimu Not a Candidate for
hT. I-ol is. Mo , Sept. 20. The bo)s In
blue are gathtring at the camping grounds,
and the streets cf St. Louis are sprinkled
with Grand Ann) men with breasts decked
with copper nnd ribbon badires The thor
oughfares ire crowded with strangers, and
from the depots the crowds of islters pres
to and fro.
Tholeatof the drum and whistle of the
life grows familiar, and all pedestrians drop
la willing!) to the stead) tramp Bulletins
in the shape of telegrams announce the
approach of delegations, and the advance
guard In squads and b) posts roll into the
lit) bv ever) incoming train. The Pacific
slop )esterda) swooped down upon the
town in thirt) -three cars, 1,500 strong from
'aliforiiia and 100 more from Oregon,
Washington territory and Alaska.
The) came with the products of peace,
the fruits, the wines and the grapes of (he
golden land and in the great hall of the ar
mory are preparing to exhibit as the
Knights Templar did last )car, some of the
blessings of their fertile country. itliin
a lIi k of the armor) their camp of tents
sheltt r t00 men tonight, the first of the
bo) s to take to the held.
scarce!) had their tramp died out when
Wisconsin, led bv Governor Husk and his
bod) guard of eenteen soldiers, marched
through the streets, escorted by 150 men
from Milwaukee. 1 heir tents w ere pitched
in Carr place, and after islting their quar
ters many sought their comrades from Illi
nois, who w ere quartered at I. on park.
Three hundred from the Quincy (III.) Sol-
dhrs'home had armed, and as thev took
possession the one-legged stall of Wiscon
sin marched around the ground on au In
spection tour. Ohio's first delegation of
400 from Cleveland came in laie ami
hastened to fat. Louis park, where they
were joined b) squads from Indiana. Gener
al Sherman w as asked if ho was a candi
date for commander in-chief, and eniphat-
icallv replied. "No, and pleas put that In
the plainest ty)ou hae." Ilesa)sthat
under no consideration can lie be induced
to be a candidate for the honor.
On the day of the grand parade (Tues
day) business will be pracilcallysuspcnded,
as Major Francis has declared it a holiday
and requested all persons to observ it as
such. 'lhe merchant's exchange hae sig
nified their intention of so doing, and there
w ill be no sess'ou of the board of trade on
that day. The schools will also be closed,
and the largest reception to the veterans on
ever) hand. Nothing has been left undone
for their entertainment, and a warm wel
come is extended to the mobilization of the
Grand Arm) of the Republic
WHITE MUSTARD SEED,
Black Mustard Seed, Corri
ander Seed, Cassia Buds,
AVO MIXMD SPICES.
rr CM :r Tlaegar; extra Strang; will
giaraatM ttreaynth m4 parity.
J. M. NIUFFER,
From Wheeling, Hal lrgiuia.
WiiFti ino, W. Va., SepL 20. News
came last night from Kancevert, Green
brier county, of a cold blooded, unprovoked
assassination of a well knows lady of. that
place, the crime bating been committed
about midnight, Frida). The murdered
woman was Mrs. Ixjuise F.Idridge, wife of
John Eldridge, a prominant citizen, keeper
of a restaurant in the town. Mrs Eldridge
had been assisting her husband during the
evening. About midnight, as he was about
to close up, she stepped to the door, at
tracted b) something in the street. No
sooner had she done so than the crack of a
rifle was heard, and the w onian fell to the
floor, and at once expired. An examlna
tlon showed that she had been shot through
the heart, the ball passing entire!) through
Attempt to Wreck Trains.
Vincennks, Ind.. SepL 26. Late Sat
urday night a passenger train on the Cairo,
Vincennes and Chicago railroad, ran into a
saw log laid upon the track, about eiht
miles south of Vincennes. The log was as
large In circumference as a flour barrel.
The miscreants who laid It on the track are
not known. A few nighta ago an attempt
was made to wreck the Ohio and Missis
sippi train between Shoals and Huron.
Cross ties were piled on the track, but En
gineer Thorn saw them in time to reverse
the engine. The obstruction was strong
enough to shake up the passengers and
throw off the cab.
BACK FROM EUROPE.
Judge While nncl linn. (,enr(e C Kawllns
Home from Tlirlr Trip Abroad.
Judge CharlM" U. White, of the Clark
county court of common pleas, and Hon.
George C. llawlins arried home Saturday
evening from th ir trip to Europe. Both
are in splendid heslth and spirit", sound of
bvxly and lust) of limb. Both report a
met enjoj able time
The) sillet from New York August 3,
and mide iort at Antwerp on the lfllh.
Their subsequent route is as follows;
From Antwerp to Brussels, tbencs
to Cologne. In German), where the)
beught largely of the celebrated perfumes;
theme to Majenc and Frankfort, where
both hail a narrow escape from hob-nobbing
with th Kothchllds, thence to Heldelburg,
where they were greatly Interested in the
student-life, but most of the universities
were in the midst of their summer vaca
tions; thence through the Black Forest to
bch uf hausen, and after Islting Constance,
took up their charming trip through pictur
esque Switzerland. They visited In rapid
succession Zurich, Lake Zug, Lucerne,
ami the beautiful lake of the same
name; AlpracliL Krienz. Gelsbach
Falls; thence through Lake Brlenz
to Interlachen; thence to Thun,
and nnall) to Geneva. A twelve hours'
ride breught them tol'arls, which Mr. Raw
lins saj sis rather a ga) pla'e. busily en
gaged in lmpro slng ice, and giddy enougli
to supply the rest of the world with fri-
rrom Paris the touritts went to London.
Crossing the straits of Dover in a miserable
little tug of a boaL Judge White got sea
sick for the first and onl) time, and gave
his bread an opportunlt) of being returned
after man) da) s. Neither of the travelers
had the slightest touch of mui ilc vur at
any ether tlmo during the trip.
Iondou furnished several days' arau'e-
ment. and then the gentlemen went to Llv-
erpool, where they sailed on the 13th on
the Cit) of Klchraona for America.
Judge White's trip was principally for
the benefit of his e)es. It Is too early )et
to see much improvement, but it would be
strange Indeed if the accession of physical
vigor which he has gained did not result in
A Fight In Irelaad.
Lowov, SepL 26. A ferce of police
and bailiffs, at Kalbarry, Ireland, seized a
number of cattle belonging to the Hurley
family for non-pa) ment of renL A crow d
which gathered made an attack with stones
and pitchforks upon the officers. The po
lice used their bayonets in an attempt to
repel their assailants, but were compelled
to retreat and leave tho cattle behind.
Items of Intere.t from Springfield's
Lively Little Suburb.
Albert Young is on the sick list with
llev. Daniel Berger, of Da) ton, spent
a d.i here last week, visiting the sick.
Mrs. Ke)es and Miss Sallie McCollum,
of bouth Charleston, called upon friends
here last week.
Aaron Brandt is stepping high lately.
just because n little girl Is added to his
Mr. A. D. Halm was visited last week
bv his fitiicr and mother, from Greenville,
O. The) drove the trip in a buggy.
Mrs Win II.. Berger and Mrs. W.T.
Hale) are still very sick, with the chances
of the former s recov er) er) doubtful.
Thursday evening thu Ladies' Aid sool -
t) gave a supper at the residence of Mr. D
C. Uiwrance for a nominal sum, which
was a success both hnancially and social!).
Friday evening the Daughters of Kebecea
held a supper at the residence of James W.
Killen. A good!) number were out from
theeitvand had a ro) al good time. Mine
Host Killen Is an enthusiastic Odd Fellow
and a good entertainer.
The father of Kev. C. J. Burkert is visit
ing him. His home is in Penns) lv ama,
but he has been out in the far vv est for a
lew months v isiting his children and friends
and stopied off here to see his minister son.
His is getting quite old and feeble.
Mr. II C. Lav bourn and wife went to
South Charleston on Wednesda) and at
tended the wedding of Miss Sallie McCol
lum, of that place, and Mr. l'liilip L Hed-
nek. of Nashville. Tenn. ltev. Mr. Mc-
Calie. the new minister of the M. E. tliurth,
l'rof. E. L. Shuey and wife, of Dayton,
have been In our suburb for a few day
pAsL On Tuesday the l'rof. left for New-
York cit), where he will visit his brother
Lincoln, who holds the honorable position
of secretar) of the Young Men's Christian
Association of that cit), a position of trust
and resiHiiisibility, nnd commands a good
salarv. He is but 22 )earsof age, and is
sud to be among the best secretaries in
the lulled Mates.
THE INFLUENTIAL KNIGHT.
Ear. Samnel P. Danlap Delivers the Sec
ond of His Series of Sermons on
the Springfield Laborers.
The Fire lleparlment IMtingulli It
eir KrgluientHl Ken III on More Di
vorce hint Ktrtteuieiit on the
North Sl.le-Orlst of I oral News.
OFF FOR ST. LOUIS.
ABE HANDLIXK TIIE BEST
IN THE MARKET.
Itolid for Powderl7.
MiNSFAPOLis. SepL 20. L. W. Han-
comb. from Butte. Mont, delegate to the
grand assembly Knights of Labor, said in
an interview that the delegates from dis
trict 98, which includes Montana, would be
solid for Towderly and would not listen to
his retiring from office, in fact the entire
dele ration from the Pacific coast were of
Cincinnati, SepL 20. Mr. Howard
Douglass, of this cit), supreme chancellor
of the Knights of Pjthias, toda) appointed
Hon. IL L. C. White, of Ibauon. Tenn..
supre-ue keeper of records and seal of the
order of Knights of P)thias, to fill vacanc)
occasioned by the decese of Hon. II. E.
Cowan, of St Ixiuis.
Offering of Bonds.
W v.srjl vitov, SepL 26. The amount of
bonds offered to the government toda) up
to noon was S7M.450, most of which were
four-and-a-half per cents. The largest sin
gle offering was S500.000, made b) a Pitts
burg bank. It is expected at the treasur)
department today that the offerings will
Ni.w York. Sept. 20. No new dev el
opements as to cholera patients at Hoff
man's Island toda) . No deaths or fresh
cases hav e been reported by quarantine
commissioners up to noon.
The Ohio Department Officers and Mit-
rheyeToM, G. A. It, Leave forthoNat-
This (Mondaj ) afternoon at 4.T5 o'clock
the othcers of the department of Ohio. G.
A. 1L, and quite a number of the members
of Mitchell post. No. 42, G. A. ll left for
SL Louis to attend the national enramp
menL 'lhe department officers will have
a special car. the Wagner sleeper,
"Hastings, " from here to St.
Louis. The car will bo attached
to the regular 4 ST, p. in. train south on the
Bee Line, and at Cincinnati the car will be
attached to a special train, which leaves
Cincinnati aUiut S o'clock this evening, and
will arriveat bt. Ixniis, barring accident at
7."0 o'clock tomorrow morming. Those
who will go in the special car are. D. C.
Putnam, department commander, and wife,
C. II. Jones, senior v ice commander: T.W.
Brake, depirtment chaplain: I. W. Wal
lace, quarterinastei general; J.T. Mitchell,
senior ald-de-camp; F. S. Pentield. member
of council of administration; John W. B) -ron.
Junior vice commander: Charles E.
Howell, chief Inspector, and wife; and Col.
A. A. Slmonds, member nf council nf j-
Ileul Kstale Traa.fers.
Ellen Kelly to Ann Kain, lot in Anthon) 's
addition: SI. -'
Win. Wildman et al. to W. M. Cook. 03
acres land In Mftdtson township: 33,200.
David C Fowler to George Simpson, lot
In Lngonda. Sl.100.
Kos Mitchell to Chas. E. Mfckle, 2 lots
in Edwardsvllle: ST00.
Fred Kleiman to Anna Studcr, lot In
Hubert's addition: S'00.
Owen E. North to G TT. and J. J.
Vine. 00 acres Hnd In Madison township:
Matthew Guinan to James Gulnan, an
undivided 1-7 interest in lot on Walnut
Jesse Davis to Chas. W. Butler, lot in
Dlbert's addition: S1.200.
Chas. W. Butler to Louisa and John
Kruft, lot in Dibert's addition: 51.600
Chas. A. Bauer to Frank IL Wells. lot In
E E McN'ally to Bridget Swaaney, lot
in Edwardsville: $245.
ltobeit Collins to Mary Shiver, lot in Tlb
betts's addition: S2 000.
Henry Thomas to Mary Buike, lot on
Scott street: ?J,000.
John W. Hogans to Elmer E Hyer, three
acres of land in Springfield township:
George Brain to W.T. Claris. Jot In
Brain's second addition: S400.
w. l. Clark to tteorgH Urain. lot on
Greenmount avenue: !1 300
A. .1 Saepherd ta James Taylor, lot in
W 1). Miller's addition: Jl.'.OO
Edwin B. Scott to Charles W. Smith.
propertj on Grand avenue: SS.iOO.
W. F. Stevens to E Leo Fleck. lot cor
ner Center and Liberty streets: 51.200
Wm. Wildman et al. to Mir) C. Thom,
lot in Selrna: 31.000
It G. Calvert to Mary C. Thorn, 2 acres
laud in Seima: S000.
E I.ee Fleck to the Third Lutheran
church, lot on south Center street: S1.200.
J. A. Albln to James and Patrick Slane,
lot in Coffin ,t Whitehead's second addi
John Snell, administrator of Samuel
Kiipp. to Daniel McAffee, 1 acre of land in
Bethel township ST57.
Wm Stewart to Thomas Mtteron. ir .
0 02-100 acres land in Madison township:
Henry Woodford to Isaac J. Ford. 3 and
3S-I00 acres land in Mad River township:
5 192 SO.
Eppa H. Hales to Mary E. lrvin, lot in
New Carlisle: 8300
Thomas Mattinson, jr., to Wm Stew
art, rt 92-100 acres land In Madison town
Henr) C. Ktce to Charles E. Gillcn, lot In
Bice's addition: g2'.0.
Mary E. HerrtoJamesB Shartle. Wood
bur)" mill property near Midway: 82,500
Ross Mitchell to Josephine Butler, lot in
Laguniis: SW 50.
Michael Wilson et al.. executors, to Wm.
Se)bold. lot in Smith Thomson's addi
Charles A. Bauer to Wm F. Bauer,
propert) on Clifton street: 3200.
James Wood to Abigail Wood, lot on
Shafer street: SI.
Alexander Straver to Levi Wingert. 24
acres land in German township: 82.000
Executors of John Ludlow to E S. Wal
lace, lot In Ludlow's addition: S470.
John A. McCreight et al. to E. S. Wal
iaee, lot In McCreight heirs' addition- 8000
Frank Pappert et al. to Mary L KohorsL
two lots on Lagonda avenue 8S70.
Frank Pappert et al. to Elizabeth Koeb,
lot on east Mam street: $1,301.
The seating ripacity of the First Congre
gational church was full) tested last (Sun
da)) evening b) a magnificent audience,
made up largel) of laboring men, who, with
marked attention, listened to the pastor,
Bev. Samuel P. Dunlap. who spoke with
great force and fairness upon "Elements of
Power In the Inlluential KuighL" After
suggesting that the warfare, or friction, be
tween capital and Iibor arises not, as some
sr) from Uie depravity of either part)
capital or labor but from the modern de
velopment of industries which raises new
issues and presents ne problems for the
economist nnd the people to solve; and af
ttr showing that the principle "every man
for himself" which has iven so controlling
heretofore In human sock t) is Inhuman
and pernicious, nnd is bWmr d (spliced b)
popular faith in thf futlu r-hood of (Soil and
brotherhood of Mvi. as stated in 1 Cur
XII 14 2; th"ii the speaker shorn d that
the nc in 'i t is not vid csinot be a true
friend of Hour ls ausj lie Is adln-cini'er,
havlne n faith In (! l or man; "A foe to
Got wm in , r tmo friend to in m."
A sinister irtnest taints all he does A
broad, simple unset t imn aui steidf.v.1
faith in God resulting In a deep conviction
of the brotherhood of man was put as an el
ement ol v -rv gnat p wer in ever) organi
zation of mn. for an) punmse.
Then, furtlur, the true Knight will make
himsc.f stroll? In .ill th elements of con
viiiclii and inllmntlal iiiinhood, suih as
econnmv. thrift sobriety, skllfnlness ant
intelligence But it is imposib'C for a
mere s)nopsis to givoaii) lit lmpress.on of
an address that a as s full of honest), en
thiisitsm, and, at times, true eloquence.
We suggest to our nailers to go earl)
next Sunda) evening It is certain that
the house will -lut hold all who will wish to
hf ir treated th'j following popular theine:
The legitimate anus and mithods of or
ganized labor, with Illustrative allusion to
strikes," "lock outs and "bo)cotts."
A SWIFT RUN.
ALL ABOUT NOTHING.
An Kirl lenient on rernclln AenuelRtur
lajr M;lit Which II is a Largo lloufiit
The sound of excited cries and four pis
tol shots in quick succession on Ferrclitf
avenue, Siturda) evening, at about 9
o'clock, brought out the entire neighbor
hood and caused the students to pour out I
Wittenberg college like bees from a hive.
A mjniite later the patrol wagon came
clanking around the mrve on Femclitt ave
nue, and drew up to the center of the ex
dtement, which was locattd abojt thu resi
dent e of Mrs. Lou Wolfe.
It was found that the patrol wagon had
been called through a misapprehension. It
seems that Mrs. Wolfe was entertaining
some callers at her residence, and wished
to show them some of the hue silvervare
which had been tendered her daughter Jes
sie, upon the occasion of her recent mar
riage to Mr. E. P. Otis Mrs. Wolfe en
tered the room where she usually kept the
plate, anil was struck dumb wuh onstrriiv
tion at not finding it there. The tix-l ladv
at once concluded that It hud Iwen sto'en.
and iutimattd as much In a loud
tone. Mr. Charles Wolfe, her son.
caught the infectious excitement and
ran from tl e house, vociferating
thieves!" thieves'" and otherwise an
nouncing his interest in the proceed ngs
lie also pulled his revolver and fired :o:
times In the air, for what nuri"se the
writer is unable to report fi tail), and asks
for rtlrther time. Mr. Wolfe next turned
in a call for the patrol wagon
By this time Mrs. Wolfe ha i found the
missing silver up stairs, wheie she had
placed it for safe keeping
Mr. Wolfe was afterward greatly amused
at the whole thing, and laughed merril)
when the patrol wagon arrived.
THE DIVORCE MILL.
A Small II re List Mclit. Hut a Magnin
cent II ti hr th IJ.psrtiunt.
At 9 o clock last (bundaj) night, an
alarm of fire from Box 0, Spangenberger
House, was sounded on the Central gong.
The tire was unimpjrtant. A coal oil
lamp exploded in a building on Main street.
just east of Spring, and got the inmates
rattled, but did no damage.
But the tini- made bv the department
was phenomenal anil their run something
awful to behold. The machines from the
Central house came tearing down Market
Square, at the speed of a cyclone, the
Lorrs' bellies almost touching the.
ground at ever) jump. It seemed
as if the machines did nut strike
the street oftener than once ever) forty
feeL The square w as entirely unincum
bered by vehicles and the machines had a
clean run. Their speed was something
fri&htfiil, and thev were out b) the time
the bell hail quit striking. The Westerns
arrived at the lornerof Main and Market
about the same time and then the two com
panies, in a cloud of dust and a continuous
crash of sound, swept dowu the street to
ward the fire. It was the fastest run ever
made in Springfield aud was the talk of the
town for the rest of the night.
Two Disappointed U Ives Seek Legal
lief In the Courts.
By her attorneys, E. G and George S.
Dial, Jennie Neal this ( Monda) ) morning
brought suit for divorce from her husband,
Edgar Neal. The plaintiff claims that she
Is a bona fide resident of the county, and
was married Jul) 19. 1"U, to the defendant
in Springfield, O. One child has been born
of the marriage, which is as )ct unnamed.
That defendant on the night of a -ptember
14, I8S7, on north Factory street, this city,
committed adulter) with a woman named
Rankin, whose full name Is unknown to
the plaintiff; and again, on September 16,
1S37, at a house of prostitution kept by
Maggie McAIpin, wn west Main street this
city, defendant committed adulter) with a
woman whose name is not known. De
fendant is In receipt of weekly wages of
from Sd to 814, and the plaintiff asks for
reasonable alimony and the custod) of the
By her attorney. Wallace Coleman.
Ellen Knight has brought suit for divorce
from John Knight. The parties were mar
ried in September, 1S70. The plaintiff
claims that for the last three )ears the de
fendant has been guilt) of extreme and
constant crueltv toward her b) striking.
beating and abusing her almost daily, and
that on August 10. 1SS7. the defendant
vioti-ntly assaulted plaintiff aud threatened
to kill her.
Tiiat the defendant has been guilty of
gros neglect of duty toward plaintiff by
refusing, for more than three veara past.
to p.-ovlde her with the common necessaries
of life. There is one issue of the marriage
Arthur Kn'ght. nzed 5 years, for whose
custod) the plaintiff also asks.
IN CASE OF AN EMERCENCY.
THE CALLANT THIRD.
SPRINCFIELD OPERA HOUSES.
the Oratid Tonight
," "Crn-y Patrli," llliv-
and rtoberi 3Imitell
Is First-clasp. Call and See Un.
SOUTH LftlESTONE STREET
Ni.w Yoiik. SepL 26. James S. Conlin,
importer, 273 Church streeL made an as
signment today to Alonzo C. Faruhain,
with S2",000 preferences.
Annual I'eunton of the Iteciment at Sit.
tulratl on October 4th.
The third annual reunion of the Third
O V. 1. will be held at ML Gilead. O., on
Tureday, October 4, 1Ss7. The officers of
the regimental association are. C. L. Van
Brlmer, ML Gileid. president; S. C. Ben
in tt, Carilington, vice president; William
Stiner, Pulvkiville. secntar); W. H. Fo)e,
tj.ute a number of Springfield and Clark
count) soldiers were members of the Third
regiment and most of the survivors will
attend the reunion.
The following programme has been ar
ranged for the camp lire:
rusvtiuaster K. Burt
1. S jrrlv irs of 3d Utgiment. 0. V. I
... Oen. John I!at!r
2 l.ecttathm Tht.allant3,t Ohio
Mrs w Miller
a Our I'eaJ Comrades Hen J. '.V arren Keller
4. searching for the Slain
. . . ..MU i.uzie K. USllCK
5 Our w Ires, Uaugfitcrs and i-neetlieartt
l Home .. S.A.bhlrleT
5 Kscltatlon Klton Miller
7 Toast The rmv Ration -Samuel Casiner
h-uveon's Call Oulnlne ur V11U
9 rieket ifUiril - I.P. O'shea
10 Our whole I nlon - v.H. loie
11 Hecttatlnm. s rtl ruses, tongs, etc.. bj
Comrades n! rrlenils
The Link that Itrought In o. t - Aaua.e
that W a. a t.ood One.
Conductor John Freed and Baggageman
CapL Pindar are two of the best known
railroad men that run Into this cit). They
run between here and Sandusky, and they
has a slight mishap at Tiffin the other night
as they were coming south on "passenger
No. one." It was not expected that the
news would reach here as quickly as they
did. but a special brought it in, and here
"All aboard," shouted Conductor Freed
to the people and the engineer. John Leo
nard has his hand on the throttle of the o'd
reliable 129. But just then Captain Pin
dar, who was standing in the car door, dis
covered that the link between the "tender"
and the express car had broken. The train
stot d still, and the conductor as quick as a
tiv!i knew what the trouble was and or
dered a new link.
"Hain't got another on the train," replied
"Well, never mind," said the conductor,
after a moment's reflection, "run into the
lunch counter and bring out some saugage
links and a cornbeef sandwich- I guess
they will hold till we get to Springfield."
DOC CONc IT.
This evening Bice's "Evangeline" will
be presented at the Grand opera house, and
the prospects are that it will be greettd b)
a large audience. Last week "Evange
line" was pla)ed at Columbus and the
Journal thus speaks of it.
"The beautiful and entertaining extrava
anza, 'Evangeline,' has again scored a
suctessln this city, being presented to a
large and thoroughly appreciative audience
at the Metropolitan last night. Evan
geline is just the same in ail its char
acters as of old. The lines are changtsl
but little, the stage business Is almost
identical with that of previous )ears
Many of the humorous bits might be classed
as stale, and yet it is doubtful If a more in
tereetlng burlesque could be conceived,
and it is certain that the Metropo.itan has
not dismissed an audience in a long tune
that more thoroughly enjo)ed tlr p. r
foraiance. There have been man) new
members added to the musical cor,), and
this proved one of the most delightful por
tions of the evening's entertainment. Few
pla)s have ever been produced terethat
were" costumed more elaborate!) or vith
better taste, and the stige settings al-io
added greatly to the beaatiful effect "
Seats are no.v on sale at Harris's.
BOBKllT MA.NTEI L'S on NINO.
Mr. Robert Mantel! will appear this even
ing at Beading, Pa., where he is to open
his present season with the production of
his new romantic emotional drama, "Mon
bars.' The piece made an immense hit in
Paris, where it was originally produced,
ami. unlike the generalit) of French pia)s
its moral tone Is good, nor is there anything
In it to displease the feelings of the most
sensitive. Quite a number of journalists
will be la attendance, and full reports of
the opening will be telegraphed to New
York and elsewhere. Mr. Mantell opens
in Cincinnati at the Grand opera house
week of October 3d, in the same play. For
its presentation in this cit), which opens
the regular fall season at Black's opera
house, entirely new scener), stage decora
tloas and properties will be Used. The
w hole house Is also to be re-carptted, re
decorated and re-furnished for this occa
sion, and the orchestra will be increased
and new music will be pla)ed. For the
play calcium and lime lights w ill be used,
and the storm scene will be v ery eff ectiv e.
IIAVhltH's MINsThl s.
A rare treat Is in store for all tho-e who
go to see Haverl)'s Minstrels at Black's,
next Thursda) evening, as they are sure to
hear and see a refined aud enjo)ab!e enter
tainment This famous organization is
decidedly the best in Its hue In the world
The show is clean from beginning to end,
as coarseness or ulganty Is not permitted,
fer Uaveriy enforces the strictest kind of
discipline in this respect, and as a result
attracts large, appreciative and delighted
family audiences everywhere.
At Black's opera bouse tomorrow (Tues
da)) evening, the beautiful melo-drama.
"Stricken Blind" will be presented for the
first time In this city. The play is re
nounced a very strong one. bpealtng t
the company, the isyracuse Vcavx if
"Gleason's company opened their week's
engagement last evening with atn.krti
Blind.' The Gieason company have be
come so well knowu to the pla) -going eo-
pie oi me city, mat it ls almost supertlu us
to say a word in regard to their acting
The company have the reputation of giv
ing a pleasing interpretation of the drama.
ana tneir appearance last evmlng m
stricken Blind' was no excent'on to tin
rule. Mina Crolius as Kate Mediant! ea,m-
vatcn me audience at once. Mr Gleason
as Solomon Isaacs gav e a verv clov -r iw r
sonatlon of that character. The acting of
Ma-ier James Gleason. who is only live
)ears of age. was probably as hue as an)
thug ever done by a child of such tender
)ears. The audience was well pleased
with the entertalnmenL"
Get )our seats at C. II. Pierce's.
On Wednesda) evening charming Kate
Castleton will appear at t'w Grand opera
house in "Crazy Patch." When Miss Cas
tleton played at the Grand list season at
the Elks' benefit she drew a crowded housi
and ever) body was delighted. The Pitts
burg Uifimtch savs:
"Kate Castleton didn't brine a basket of
chestnuts with her. as some ex-cied. Her
crazy raicn' nas quite a Iotof newpa'ehes
in it The musical numbers are mainly
new, and all are altractlue. Tho au hence
which greeted her at the Bijou la-t night
was kept between a grin and a roar all the
time. Thelaughterwasnot.it sill) thirgs,
but at the brightness In the lines, the cute
ness of the songs or the cleverness of the
actors. All seem to agree that 'Crazy
Pa'ch' is much better than jvhen hi,t set n
Seats are now on sale at Harris's.
MONDAY, SEPT. 26, '87
IVe liare just opened Fresh Sup
plies of our unequaled Black
M GR1IN SILK
At prices, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75.
We invite all intending buy
ers to call and examine then.
48 Jt BO Llmeatone.
X. It. New Broadcloths in
source shades just opened.
We are now showing a full
assortment of Children s.
Misses' and Ladies' outside
garments for Fall and Winter
wear. The decided low prices
prevailing in material will en
able any lady to buy a hand
some garment for a very small
sum, considering their style
and quality, which we desire
to bring to your special notice.
Please ask for our Illustrated
Catalogue the next time yen
arc in the store.
We have also put on sale
this week a large assortment
of Fur and Imported Feather
Trimming ; also, Fur Sets in
Raccoon, Lynx, Hare, Opos
sum. Beaver, etc., at the low
est Eastern prices.
THEY "LIFTED" HIM.
pa Psls or U Ittsnbenr Cnllg
list sir. Charles L. Ilauer.
oliuubus delegation passed through
Sunda) evening on the .r o'clock 1. B &. W.
train There were three carloads of them
aud the) were a jolly crew,
'lhe car In which the famous
Drill Corps was making the trip, bore a
la ge banner, announcing the fact. There
were 10 G. A. 1L men in all. ot which
about 40 belonged to the corps. Mrs, Carl
Bancroft, "enior vice president of the W.
1' C. department of Ohio, accompanied
her husband on the excursion. v
A PLEASANT RUN.
PRIVATE Wm liOIJSF.
Tsr Oslf Ilrst-rls.s Hos.cof this alaa
ROOMS EN SUlfi E OR SINGLE
No. lib's W Main. V K. Comer l-actory-
HATK"li-Sl to t.AD per day; aud
t)-20, S and SO par weak.
Against the Cerrrutenl.
Bosto-v. SepL 26. In U. S. court in
Boston a decision was rendered this morn
ing sustaining the demurer of the tele
phone coinpan) against the govemrueiiL
Tire In Montreal.
MtivTi.hAi, Sept 26 There was a fire
in Craig. Cousine & Valqueth's door and
and planing nill last night
, r.yry talrrhlhl.
W .siiin,to. Sept 2(5 Secretary Fair
child will return to Washington to assume
control of the treasury departmenL Thurs
Buy) our Hocking coal from Chapman
Coal Company. Kelly's Arcade; quality not
excelled b) an.
The Clark Countr Wheelmen gtuil Sun
ta) on the ItoaU.
The Clark Count) Wheelmen, the bic)cle
club recentl) organized, made a run yester
day that was delightful in all respecets.
Leaving Sprinuheld at C o'clock in
the morning, they went to Enon.
ami thence to Medvvay, where the)
stopped for an hour or more,
and then proceeded to Da) ton, arriving
thereat 11:15. The) took a rest and a
good dinner at Da) ton and at 2 o'clock
started on the return trip. The) came
t trough Medvva), Brant and Tremout
and arrived here about bve o'clock
At I la ton. Mr. V. Folkemer and
C. Kriegbiuni went to West Milton
and returned home toda). Tnose who
made the run were: A. L. Wolf, II. Wor
thington, F. Deaton. F. Folkemer, W.
Deaton, L. Worthmgton, A. Morris, C.
Krlegbaum and C.Clestame. .
Four cases of diphtheria w ere reported
today. Mrs. Jacob Bnen, of Cedar street;
a child of Samuel Lambert, of Walter
street; Mrs. ITphart of 286 West High
street, and a child at :'1 East Main streeL
The sanitary marshals report thi dread
disease on the increase.
ine rm rvappa i sjs ui t menoerg neia
a great jubilee on Saturday night when Mr.
Charles I Bauer, who Is well known In
musical circles of this city, enlisted under
the standard of the lavender and pink. Mr.
B uer joined the Omicroa Deuteron chap
ter of rhl Gamma Delta at the Ohio State
I'ntiersitv, at Columbus, where the frater
nity holds a high rank among the Greeks,
bet be had recently handed in Ills resigna
tion from the fraternity to the chapter at
The Phi Psis have abundant reason to
congratulate themselves upon the acipisi
tion of so talented a gentleman as Mr.
Bauer to their chaptt r.
The event was dul) celeDrated by a fine
banquet at I.obenherz's, where, amid songs
and great rejoicing, the festivities extended
far into the night
A It Ik Crash.
About twent) minutes after .! o'clock
tins afternoon the gable end of the building
in winch the cupola of the BlaLene) Foun
dry is located, caved in with a tremendous
crash, a large quantit) of iron and coke go
ing down with it The weight on the sec
ond floor was too treat for the building.
hence the crasn.
etallou Uousn Hlate.
This morning's station house slate bore
the follow iug names: Jacob Gin'hiiig.
drunk and disorderlv; James Watson dis-nrd-rl);
Fred Kintrgold. loitering; Ben
Grainni, same; John II. Adams, gambling:
Charles Jones, I-rank Sellers, George
Coleman and A. llambtrger, drunk and
disorderly and fast dnv Ing.
A Dnmlr Copper.
Offlcer Warner, of the west end squad.
had an addition to his family on Saturday
in the shape of an elev en-pound boy. Both
the mamma and the little policeman arc
doing well, and it is thought that, with
proper care. Officer Warner himself will
survive the congratulations of his frieads.
Buy your Jackson coal from Chapman
Coal Company, Kelly's Arcade, none bet
!eset Ingulnnl (.lands
(ruin of a Mulder
On Sunda) morning a very successful
surgical op :a'im was jierfottued by I)-.
O Nell! and Niles. at the fo'incr's office, 63
east Mlirh street, on Patrick shia. a molder
of this etv. The titration consisted of
the i ..oval of sevtral of the inguinal
glands (situated m the groin), which had
been In a di.ased conlition tor some time
time past Ther. was a I trge pus cavit),
involving the entire inguinal region, wl lch
made it dllll-ult to operate. Tne pus hav
ing been reiiiov ed b) aspiration, a free in
cision was made, and the re.nains of the
diseased glands were removed with com
parative ease. The operition was per
formed with the necessar) anttsept.c pre
cautions lhe patient Is now In a conva
lescing conditi in, and vv ill rapidl) recover.
Dfathof Vlr Charles Cowan.
Mrs Charles Cowan, a highly respected
and very estimable colored woman, died
this (Monda)) morning at her resideuce.
So. 21 North Spring street. She vas 111
but a da) or two and her death w as tem-
bl) unexpected. She leaves a husband,
wholseinpto)ed in Bretne)'s tanner) and
a family of well-grown children. She was
lift) ) ears old.
Mrs Cowan was a good and true woman.
of rare amlabilit) and personal worth. An
earnest Christian, a devoted mother and
wife, and a woman who bore life's bur
dens brave!) and well, she will be greatly
missed b) her rami!) and many friends.
Ur. si. Warrick lu Trouble Again.
Dr. S. Warm k, the quack colored dec-
tor and street fakir, who was arrested and
indicted here for conducting a lottery, aid
who afterward jumped his bond, leaving
his bondsmen and a newly married wife in
the lurch, is in trouble airain. Last week
lie was arrested at Kansas City, Mo., and
taken to Decatur, III, to answer to two
indictments for about the same game he
Wholesale Slaughter of the Does That
Have lleen Killing Mieep in South
In our quiet and aristocratic village
neighbor, bouth Charleston, the dogs that
have for vears lived in rojal stjle have at
last been compelled to give up the gho-t
and look for greener helds. For a locg
time the dogs have been charged with Ml'
Inj sheep, and It was decided at a mas
meeting to kill the dogs. There being no
water near by in which to drown them the
old reliable "dog b itton" was brought nto
service. The wholesale raid began last
Monday and the engagtment lasted one
week only. AU through the village were
thrown prepared bits of meat, and the hun
gr) canines took th-dr last iree lunch with
an everlasting relish It is needless to say
that mighty few dogs If an) remained In
South Charleston over Sunday.
An Elegant Mouveulr uf the "Ladr off
Mr. Annand II. Gnflith has just com
pleted for his own possession, a most ex
quisite and elegant souvenir of the "Lady
of L) oils," which was so successfully put
on by local amateurs two seasons ago.
It consists of a large portfolio, about 20i24
inches in dimensions, the covers of pearl
gra). lettered in gold, and tied with a rib
bon of a color to harmonize. The ribbon is
hound to the cover 0) a large golden seal.
The portfolio contains full-length portraits
of "most of the promlneut characters in the
cafL together with a vivid quotation from
the lines of each. The souvenir is the
most artistic thing imaginable and will be
an elegant memento of the brilliant performance.
The Uuite.1 tines T I, graph Otltce In New
The United Lines Telegraph Company
will vacate its present office In L. M. Har
ris's cigar store, this week, and by next
Saturday will occupy a new stand the
writing room adjoining the office of the
Arcade hotel to the north. Here it will be
in more jonv ement and roomy quarters.
Mr. C. A. Winston, the manager, remains
For bargains in Anthracite coal go to
Wheldon & Merrill, Grand opera house.
A Cherry Tree Whirl- Is Hearing Its Sec
Mr. Charles McCord, living at 1W Clif
ton streeL has a cherry tree which is now
bearing its second crop of fruit or was, up
to a da) or two ago. The tree bore a lib
eral crop in Its regular season, which were
picked and consumed b) the family. A
month or more ago it burst into blossom
aain and was literall) covered. The blos
soms fell off in due time and fashion
and hundreds of little green cherries not
much larger than currants took their place.
Of course this second crop can never reach
maturity, as the frosts will blight the ten
der )ouug cherries, but the) are curiosities,
uone the less.
Heath of an Aged Ladr.
Mrs. Nancy Bally, wife of Mr. Wilson
Bailey, residing a short distance south of
Enou, died on Saturda) of typhoid fever,
after a comparatively short illness. Mrs.
Bailey was about TO ) ears of age and had
ail ber life been a resident of Clark county.
She was a daughter of Mr. William Cox, a
pioneer citizen of this county. She leaves
her husband and several grown children to
mourn her loss. The funeral took place
this (Monday) morning at the house. Inter
ment at &noo name cemetary.
Celebration at the Illrthday of Mrs. Anna
A large number of relatives aid friends
gathered at Pilcher's, near Thurston's
Station on Saturday, to celebrate th S9th
birthday ot Mother Anna NotL widow of
Mr. DivldNott Mrs. Nott was bom lu
Monmouth county. New Jersey, on Sep
tember 25th, KS9, and was married to
David Nott at the aire ot IS) ears. Her
husband died of cholerr. In July, l"s51. On
the ,29th of January. 1S-s5. she was Injured
by a fall, since which time she has been
conaned to ber bv-d b) lameness. Barring
the lameness, she is well, herrt)
end happy. She is a member or
the Christian chuich and Is loved
and honored by all who know tier. Ab-mt
60 persons were in attendance at the cele
bration on Saturday, and al! heartil) en
j)ed the fine dinnerand the exercisesof the
day. l'eligious exercises were conducted
bv Revs. Summerbel! ana Gross, of the
Christain church, and Kev. Willis, of the
On the same day Dr. Summerbell vis ted
Mrs. Sparrew.of the vicinity of Thurston's
who ls in htr 87th ) ear. She is very feeble,
but is happy and hopeful.
A Change off Priests in Springfield.
The Cincinnati Pust says that Archbishop
Eld -r has made the following transfers of
Kev. J. D. Kress, of St Bernard's church,
Springfield, to St. Bomfacius church. Cum
minsvllle; Rev. I. J. Hoctor, Stone Lick, to
Xenla; Father James O'Keefe. Vera Cruz,
to Yellow Springs, and Kev. James O'Dnn
nell to Vera Cruz. Kev. James Henry was
appointed to St. Patrick's parish, and Iter.
Edward Hickey assumes charge of the
Church of the Atonement Kev. Roderick
Finnerty goes to SL Gabr.el's church. Glen
dale, and Kev. Charles Wfedrr'mltz goes to
Springfield, in place of Father Kress. Rev.
Father Carey will retire temporaril) from
the pastorate of the Church of the Atone
ment owing to ill-health.
"Between Two Loies.'
The preliminaries were set afoot last
week for the production of a pla) b) ama
teurs in this city about the holiday. Those
Interest In the project are the same that so
successfully produced "The Lad) of Lyons"
at the Grand two seasons ago, and in the
event that the project obtains, the piece
will be put on with the same brilliancy of
effect and elaborateness of stage setting
which characterized the other programme.
The play will probably be an adaptation
from the French, entitled, "Between Two
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Court Finally Adjourned.
Judge White finally and formally ad
journed tne May term or court this morn-
inn and finished a few entries of dismissed
cases. The new term commences next
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