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- cTHi.i.i.miTfc." -"Vl - wfiSr'WSe. LijLf 1 f " 2?. -mC&d . i-SM V -M SPRINGFIELD BUSINESS DIRECTORY 2 ssyafevfrj DENTISTS. G, JAMAHS S;1887. VOXXXIIl-NO. SPRTNGFIELD- O- MONDAYi . wf m &-? v mmr3hrmB9m'W' rjasHrw-'. Tsd&;...er.-aS ssssl, -rf&s sm1 ma m w ...nwig : ?- .-faiaiji kjT.juiHr-T."1". - '" v. -sr-.-, .: -vi ri". .'i1- &9aii:v-w rses75e. MS- -c-ffii . i j r. --I ; ; "-j7.j. - Tgwwsr9eia; m a1 - t ' if!:ii 1 vF SI e7 aaj i Ns aeafJfcaisS.-BBalfcisaaea vif . aflaV ..hr JmmA II f I I I l) M II l 'I III I ,,-. ...m,m f mm---mi ,Mmi,mmm0 Ju Y.yOlUji ' . - t . rm . nfl 1 m WEATHER FACTS. c WiiBuratrK. Jan J. Ohio Llctit mow followed by lair weather, warmer M Springfield, O., ) January 2, 1887. j A PROBLEM Figure it out. It can be done. UNDER THE HAMR. The Nickel Plate Eailroad to be Sold to Satisfy a Suit for $15,- 000,000. The Kesult Thought to be a underbill Victory The Locan runil-Newi of a Day Iroru All rarU of the World. I sent to a dealer 20 cents Tor 20 pencils, and he sent me three kinds. Some were 4 cents each, some 2 for a cent and some 4 for a cent. How many of each did I receive ? Remember, I received 20 pen cils for my money. The answer to this problem will be found at the head of this col umn some day -of this week. It's cleanine up time of year. Odds and. endsare be ing raked over and marked for convenient closing. You are likely to be favor ably dealt with any day you see fit to come. Overcoats are by no means done with. We have not even stopped making, and yet are closing balances of lines that had the early run. We have no separate days for special low prices. Any working day of the year serves us well enough for days, and allow us to whatever is lacking to make your wardrobe complete, ex pect to find it at the "VvTHIElsr, At prices 2? per cent, below Br the Associate! Tresi Clevf.i.am. Jan. 3 Judges J. M. Joues and F. T. Hamilton decided tlie big N'lckel Plata railroad case tills morning. The suit w as brought against the New Tort , Chicago & St Louis railroad eompati) b) the Union Trust Co , of New York, trus tees for the second mortgage bondholders for 510,000,000. It was held that the hit mortgage held bj the Central Trust Com pany as trustees was Illegal anil thit the bondholders under that mortgage are. gen- eral creditors to the amount of S1VOO0.O00. The court also ordered the sale of the road under the second mortgage, which amounts to $10,000,000. The validity of the Car Trust certificates, amounting to 54,000.000, was affirmed and a separate sale of the equipment under these certifi cates Is ordered. It was chimed that the consolidation of the fh estate corporations Into the Nickel Tlate was illegal, and the court declared that the consolidation was illegal In two respects, but that the corporation was a corporation tie facto, and had a legal right to execute mortgages. It was also held that neither THf EXPRESb ROBBERS Stand Up for Their Photographs Vfa Pftnerlnglutm Innocent. St. Lori, Mo., Jan. 2. Fred Wlttroek, Tuotuas NuWrand W. W. Haight, the lat ter of w bo ji w ere brought here from Louis ville onSatnrda, were photographed at the Four Coin jesttrda. These are the onlj members if the treln robberj gang who will be prosecuted in this city. All the oth ers who wire arrested hae been released, with the Aixception of 0car Cook, who Will answer lo luu vtmii m ivniisttl jiiy. All of the stotrn money found lnthepos?s,ion of Klnner.Mrs. Halitht ana others has been recovered,' and as they knew nothing of the rouoery until meir anrn, ino express com pan considers tint nothing' is to lie. gained by proseootlng them. As to FotberlngliamN guilt or innocence the detcctnes and oftl clals of Ihe express company have little to av. It lis nrettv generally beiieveil. how ever, thai WittrocVa contemplated official statement of the robbi"ry will remove all suspicion that he (Fotherlngham) was in any waj Yoluntatily connected with the robberyj i CUT SHOUT BT DEATH. I A Plan fbrKx.Soldlem Sons Contlilered h f General Lusmi. Waixotov, Jan. 3. It is not gener al! knwn that General Ixgan, prior to his death, had been for several ears ijjiel! atnork'pna &cheme to organize a move ment iaravor of the establishment, in the city of "Washington, of a national college for theeducation of sons of ex soldiers, union and confederate. The movement took fonu soon after General Oram's death Several gentlemen called upon General I gan to get his view s on a proposition to the lake snore anu -uicnigan nomnern , .11.1 . .,.n,..,it nr ,,B,,,rioi hr.i.r railway nor the judament creilitors have I Rcn)9s Potomac river In honor of Grant! liens bv virtue of their Judgments and their! i 1 x.n,r, hni nuirunu. ti...- ....1 only interest is as creditors to the extent of M lien Iiad nuslcd lm sai(, tlie niemorj inrii ilium"-in--s "o ' -....- o i- 1 (inuit rolllil nfl nmvnnt in a hetler o.l- derbilt victorv, and will be appealed. DIED FROM INJURIES Inflicted In a Fight Orera Tear Ago What a roAt-Morteni 3,owel. Geohoksvillk, O, Jan. 3. Georgt Stephens died here December 29 from the effects of wounds received on the head al vear ago. Stephens then resided on hU Tan tags by the erection, at the capital of the nation, of an endowment college for the education of sons of old soldiers. THE CROAKERS. SIffnaUy Disappointed at Prosperity The I Itepubllo Stronger. I Wasotsotox, Jan. 3. The irbr!Isas: The veteran croakers have been slghallv father-in-law's farm In Indiana. The twt , disappointed. A marked return of pro-per- became Involved in a dispute over the pay ment of raone) from Stephens to his fath er-in-law. Stephens received a number of serious wounds on the skall. Indicted with a com-cutter. It was thought at tlie time that the wounds would prote fatal, but he recovered sufficiently to be about until the day he died. Drs. Pinkerton, of Galloway, and Scofie Id. of Lily Chapel, held a pos"t mortem and found a deep depression on the; sei:n(Ti right side of the skull, and In the brain o! matter was found a tumor weighing one Ity has gladdened the year. Business wa to hare been paralyzed by the silver coin age. The financial status of the countr is more than ever the envy of the world, fceo tivul animosities were to have been aroused by the part In power, there has come about an era of good feeling that has a saror of old-time fraternity. Nor anarch nor corruption, nor mobs nor Industrial conflicts, nor sectional interest, nor mon opoly's greed or plutocrat), arrogance, wr radical change of government, nor mis taken financial policies have served to turn . 1 .... ...i .iii 11. ... in... a1 .. add I ...V. .... c. 1 . ti. ! i-.ii..1 the nation from tlie wa of nrocress. nros- tici 13 umi cu:iurjn Jitm puhihh, initirsi , . . . , , any competition on equal qual ity and making. j$ You, thjeeaibjgbjcjjhabceiiumw k will miss some of your great I"? JJ. ' big money if you buy hap hazard. There are always chances at the when to save big money in clothing expenditures irom manufacturing and retailing direct. The cheapest underwear we ever heaped up to look upon is now going at 25 cents a garment. Scotch caps, lresh again, 35c or 40c, either, both. iast window. Gum coats, pure or not pure, $5, $6 and $7, or $2, $2.50 or $3- n s Springfield's Only One Price Clothiers. HEADQUARTERS FOR perity and happiness. The republic of 1!37 is stronger anil sarer than ever. STARVATION IN TEXAS. tlie tumor the brain matter on the right side was soft. Stephens was undoubtedly a great sufferer the past year. OLDEST OFFICER IN THE ARMY. fieneral Sherman's Introduction to Cap tain King. WAiif0"rov, Jan. 3. General Sher man, who took the train for New Tork on Saturday instead of making calls, was Vt Judges from counties In the drouth district the Ebbitt house early In the day togtt'S,' T?xas- heW .,Bt Albany, this tate. 1 1 iTPnivjinH rnnniiiH nam rannieaniMi m the convention. The, total number of people A naif Million Dollan Wanted Immedi ately. Foot: Worth, Tex., Jan. S. The Fort Worth Gazette published yesterday the offi cial report of the convention of county shaved. When he was about to leave the barber's room he was accosted by a whlte- wjio hegged-Jp szmJh j rfjithlng and ' fee General Sherman rtWtffTnos are wl a nioltflrni. General Sherman In these counties now In need of food. 1 nflA ?i Ileal Kitnte Tramter. Jennie Tittle to Sarah Knebley, lot In Dlbert'Sjadditiou: S925. Wm?Lupfer el al. to Champion City Oil Co., two lots InDlbert's addition: $1,000. George Brain to Ilajes L. Brodie, lot In Brain'n addition: 4220. Isaac Miller to Hannah Biaiier, 0 54 100 acres of laud In citv: 83,500. George Brain to Maria I). Baldwin, lot in Brain's addition: S-HI Jacnh Ilnlien to John M. Iloush. sr.. 3 acres of land in Springfield township: S500. James 1 toman to llachel A. liebl, quit claim to lot In Spcnce's addition: Sl'JV W. II Heist to John Cadwalladcr, lot on wetWashlnzton street: Sl.bOO, W. B. Baker, sheriff, to, to John M. Jack- sou, property oil north Market street 52.000 W. B. Baker, sheriff, to IMer FiUsim- 1110ns, property In east Springfield: 5835. Isaac Hongendoubler to Abraham Keudig, trustee, eijht acres land In Betltel township: 51,400. .Michael Grauer. jr.. to Anna C. Nye, 1 acre land in Spnngheld township: $600. CAtharina Kelntielmer to famtl acner- schinid. lot In Reinlieimer's addition: 500. Isaac C. Ulrlcfc to Thilip M. Hatcher. title twnd for lot In E. L. Houck's addition: 410. Ktnben Harmsh to Tobias A. Kline, 3 lots in E. L Houck's addition: 53.900. E. O. CoPIn to Win. Zutafern, lot in Flor-encevil'e- S200 J. T. Hughes to Henry Stipes. lot In Stroud's addition- S850. Win and A. J. Hilker to O. H. Neff, lot corner Maiden lano and Western avenue: 51,500. Amanda Luny to John W. Hughes, lot on Mam street1 5100. J MeLatie Tiffany to Eilslia Ford, fifty acres of land In I'leasanttownship: 31,850. W. H. Kickard to Henry I. Wise, one- half acre of land in Pike townhlp: S3S0. Henry I. Wise to Edward Wones, ono half acre of land In Pike township: 3400. Samuel McDonald to Joseph McDonald, twenty two acres of land In Madison town ship: SI.SOO. George Brain to John Fogarty, lot In Brain's first addition: 5405. W. L. Houston to Eliza J. Houston, quit claim to lot on east High street: SI. Jacob Fngert to Frank Fisher, lot on La gonda avenue: S500. Elizabeth Davis to Mary E. Neer, lot In Catawba: 8W5. James W. Myer to Ferguson W. Fos, 1 ten Pearl street: 34.000. Jacob Hubeu to Mathew Reams. iX acies land in Springfield township : S625. J. W. Van Sickle to E. C. Clay, lot in Uibert's addition : 31.050. Leon II. Houston et al. to W. L. Hous ton, V Interest In 60 acres land Pleasant township: 32 000. Eltssa J. Houston, guardian, to W. L. Houston, Interest in 133 acres land Pleasant township: 83, W8. Pilmrose Harley to Sarah E. LlttrelL small lot in Wert addition : 300. Edward W. Yearell to David C. Webb, lot in UotsenplIIer s audition: SI. 000. Barbara llice to John Thrasher. Itolit. Bodgers's 5th addition : 3T25 George Greasej to Geo. F. Brubaker, 23 acres land in Pike township . 51,800. C. A. R. ENTERTAINMENT iJC- WCRESSMAN KENNEDY;: -fe Says Some Pleasant and Interesting Things to a Globe-Eepublia Reporter. Drur" Weather Prognostication Spicy 2 'lew with D. I., Corner Uepntj It ?" .i...r l-r-repared for Out 8 Loral Newa Headers. Jren. Itobert P. Kennedy, congressman- elrct from the Eighth district and lleuten- aufrgOTernor of Ohio, was In the city dfflng most of the forenoon today. He caToodown from Bellefontalne this morning to make connectlns with, tlie I. B. W. fcLColumbus. But No. 4 was two hours law- and he remained over, perforce uijll noon. General Kennedy looks young crtiiid thirty pounds fleshier than during th(h wearing camp.-ilini. He greeted the GeonE-Brpunuc very cordially and said fnreply to a remark on his improved ap pearance: 2' Well, you see, I have had time to col- Iert mvi-elt and to attend to home and pro- nvxionai amies. 1 am er oui 01 poll- U " he said with a nulet smile. atilcast for the present 1 haven't been aiy from Bellefontalne for about two mouths, and know little of what Is going oil Toriav I am on inv war to fjnlnmhn toyrenldo over the first session of the legis lature, wnicu convenes touay.,' I'When do 1011 intend resieninras Hau- teMnt-governor?'' To take effect March 4. the date that thrfiftleth congress meets for organization. Hs,n. Mr. Conrad, of Stark county, who Is now president pro tem., will tlien become lieutenant-gov ernor." general Kenneily regarded Itobert T Lincoln as a probable successor to General Logan, as senator from Illinois, and spoke In strms of the deepest sorrow of the lat ter death. He was kept busy handshaking nearly all forenoon. I SOME SHARP REMARKS. At Itlack'N Opera If onse, Monday andTnee day, January 10 and 11. At Black's opera house, two nights only, Monda and Tuesday, January 10 and II, lbS7, tor tlie benefit of Mitchell post. No. 45, G. A. It., Major Chester's war views, from the bombardment of Fort Sumter to tha. grand, review In Washington, arewlthnjitseedto pkint during looked at him and tried to recall his name. coming year. An appeal is made to the 'I think I met you bomew here," he said, f siaie anu national legislatures and to tlie The gentleman who accosted him then In- country at large to furnish at once 5500,000 troduced himself as Captain King, the old- to relieve immediate wants. est living officer of the army, who entered ai iwcti vnui-r-. the service in 1818, fourteen ears before eVLiwu&r LYNCHED. General Sherman entered the military John Pott, innkee Peddler. A..auit a acauei" as a cauer. captain Aing w as id ' ew Jersey oirii Ulc lexicon Mai, uiiu uis tcuiuuscrmx natural! go much further back than thos of the late general commanding the army THE LOGAN FUND Finn CONFECTIONERS' stt3-.a.:h,! GLACE CHERRIES, Fara Dates, Persian Dates, ENGLISH WALNUTS, Princess Paper, Shell Almonds, TA WAGON A ALMONDS, FINEST RAISINSJN THE CITY. Fromage DeRoquefort, i mage DeCamembert. To be InTeeted Id Doudt A Canadian Coal tribntlon. WAsniNOTOS. Jan. S. It has been d cided to invest the Logan fund in United. States 4 per cenL bonds, and Captain Georfr . Lemon will purchase at once as a firyt Installment 320,000 worth of suili bondi. htv e tliem registered in Mrs. Logan's naiio and deliver them to her. A subscriptionSf J1.000 was received from Montreal, w& tlie following letter I Ai hkmaiile. MovniEAt, Dec- 20. '83J Captain teo. E Lemon. ashlngton. 0. C J 1)eak Sin Feeling and knowing Ut we hav e lost the best friend we ma eir expect to have, a soldier, a statcsimuwad more than ail, a gentleman. I take plei.e incontriDiiting tome iuna ot .Mrs. L.n S1.000. Please notify me where aacOo w horn I shall send check. f Repectfully. f George W. MruitAf Cnlted SUtes Military Telegraph Opeeor undtr General John A. Logan. S Notable Xnptlals. CoLOtnus, Jan. 3. List week wastn nounced the marriage of Burchard, s( of ei-rresident Haes. Tomorrow evdng Miss Cook, a niece of Mrs Haves ai a member of the family, will be niarrl to Mr. Sherman, a young gentleman fro the south. Tlie joung people, acconinied by Mr and Mrs. Hayes, will come Co lumbus on Wednesday, and on that cslng Miss Mar ette Andrews, the aeconjshed daughter of Captain Robert S. Smlj will be mamed to Uutherford U Piatt, J this city. The three couples will then Ire for a trip to Bermudas, where they wil)e the guests of General 'and Mrs. iiastK the latter being a sister of Mr. Piatt i well known In Columbus society. J Failure of the Louisiana OranCrpp, Chicago, Jan. 3. A special fa New Orleans rays: The orange crop of JiHana Is all harvested and marketed. Is, as jrec.icteo. less man oae-icntn or average crop, and oranges are now retaiiidt SO to 5t cents a dozen, against 10 to SOits tills tine last year, and scarce even atpe fig tirei. Tlierewlll be none for pment north as nsnal. In fact, a great mf Flor ida ranges have been Imported anre for sale Vere this j ear a decided nitty In ew Orleans, which has bitliertoen an exporter. HgTrtaPa Vvf-4 MM i inn ARCADE GROCER, IVO. i: ELA-ST IIIGrll ST. A DENTISTRY. DR. J. C. OLDHAM, , DENTIST. 0?4TITE BKVUSTRY ;V SFECIALTY.a, i - p-Vil strMt. A rsy .t V. 31r. Oosrhen the New Lei Losbov, Jan. 8. The Pott In pounc ing that Mr. Goschen has agreed ticceed Iird IUudlph Churchill in the lership of the Home of Commons, expre fear that his appointment will lead to aban donment of tKetoryderaocratlcpr upon which It Is necessary to fight the jserva tive battle. Tke Pout again ut upon Lord Salisbury tie Imperative ntity of seeking some means to regain l Jan dolph, even if Mr. Gochen's acceice be final. I lllg Project of Carnegie ItroCo. PiTTnvno. Jan. 3. Carnegifcs. 4 Co. have decided to erect a new B rail mill at Braddock, and work on jtruct ure will be started within tliirtv d The new plant will cost upward, of i!ion dollars, atid will give eniployn to a targe number of men. The Cany's works will tlien have a capacity qo.ooo tons of ra Is per annum, or abouijhird of the entire production of Uie coj. Killed Ills VV Ifr. Kewark. K J., Jan. 3. trick Spaetly. thirty yean, old, a hatteding at 03 Carlton street, shot and his wife Jo.ephino at 6 o'clock last evy and afterward dangertus! wound eiiselt with the same revolver. l Oeatb of Ulsliop Ported XeW Tork, Jan. 3. night Koiratio Potter. bl-Uip of tb l'rotestmi Jopalj cl.urclCied at his residence li dty yetearf4-p!ooay lestAfroxa Sitferas, J., Jan.1-A peddle of polishing powder attempted to asault Ella Lansing, a little girl who was alone In the house of her uncle. He was frightened agayb her outer, and was afterward caught In the woods by a crowd of excited villagers. He denied tlie charge ngaint him, but after a rope had been nut nr,m.i ma netx lie romessea. tie narrowl es caped lynching, the crowd flnnllr tftji!n. to the advice of a citizen to let tlie law take its course, the man was taken to courL where he said his name was .Inlm TVitt smi that lie was from Woonsocket, IL I. Governor Oglenby May He a Candidate for Senator. Chicago, Jan. 3. Gov. Ogiesby, who arrlv ed esterday from the east, was asked whether the report from Washington that he was not a candidate for the vacant sena torship, was correct He said It was. Later ho admitted tliat he was not tireimred ti state wnat he would do In the event of his friends putting him forward without his consent. In that case he would allow cir cumstances to shape his course, Logan's Final Heating Place Not Yet De termined. WAsniGTOT. Jan. 3. At Calumet place today it was stated that no steps have jet been taken towards selecting a final resting place for the remains of General Lomin. On New Tears day some of Mrs. Logan's friends, from Chicago called upon her, and it was decided to let the matter rest for the present It Is not probable that the body will be removed from Its present resting place before spring. Elegant Residence Humeri. St. Louis, Jan. 3. The residence of Samuel Cupples, proprietor of the Cupples wooue and willow-ware establishment was destroed by fire at Cole Briiliante. Mo., last night A number of valuable niintinirs recently Imported by Mr. Cupples from Eu rope were burned. Loss, about $15,000: fully insured. A rifty Thousand Dolliir rire. 0)un, Xeb., Jan. 3. A fire last mid night In the Burlington and Missouri rail waj headquarters damaged the whole sec ond story of Sloan, Johnston t Co. to tlie extent of S50.000. Loss is covered b lu kurance. The offices In the upper stories were uninjured. at the M.i ciose oi mo war, 'iwentv-tive thousand dollars, was the sum paid the famous arllst Brady who accompanied the army from the fall of Sumter until the close of the war for the negatives of tills rare and wonderful collection, and the are now in possession of the United States rnircninn.nl at Washington. These are the only ones in risieiM;c- orner Slakes a lenrous Kick on the 'Acceptance of the Prart Street School ttnildlug What He Says. J. L. Corner, member of tlie board of edncatlon from the Seventh ward, said to a uwiuE-uFri Hue representative tins morn ing that it was a disgrace to Springfield that Its board of education should accept from tha contractor such a building as the new one on Pearl street fWhy. 1 wouldn't have that building for a tLtble," said Mr. Corner somewhat wrath ful) y. "Twice I voted against its accept ance by the board. It does seem to me thai tlie board ought to he as strict in the transactions of the clt's business n ui. individual members are in m iransaciun ot their own. lot in I ti know very well,"contlnurd Mr. Corner, . "ttat not a single member of that board wiwii cmscufc in iKc mat uuuuingoii me hads of the contractor if it were built for himself, and 1 see no very good re.-u-on why thl members should not be governed by good business principles in the transaction of tbe public's business and In the expendi ture of the people's monev." 'iWhat's the milter w'ltli the building?" asked the Gi onE-KErcnuc. fWhafstlie matter with It? Why, the work on it Isn't well done. Everywhere it shews marks of carelessness and botch- worK. some ot the stone caps "XT me- -win'l",H - iTnre,-.. . . ,t - present a bad ',i.c THEWC. T.tlte RECEPTIONS: -,' v- Sw Year's Oar Properly ObenrefJai Temperance Hall T.mperane ItaetV Jng Yesterday. t X ' For more than, two weeks past Temper ance ball has been the center of boar scene. During thb time .hundreds naye entered It who never before beheld, tfe In terior, and upon all such It impressed itself a one of the neatest and cosiest Jialls In existence. Thrice in thai time has It under gone a comiilete transformation. Filud up and decorated appropriately for" bazar,' at tbe close of that Thursday night it was I quickly changed Into a reception bait, where the young men were to be received en New- Year's day. Saturday night within an hour 1 of the close of the "Open House,'' Temper ancehall again assumed its normal appear ance, with chain In position for the meet ings of the morrow, when the Gospel tem perance and Band of Hope meetings should i be "at home" again. Through these latter changes, snch Christmas decorations las couid be, were left Intact and the ball yes teraay presented a very cheerful appear ance. Showing conspicuously now are the large portraits. In handsome frames, of Dr. Leon ant and Mother Stewart and probably never before were criticisms so universal In condemnation as those heard concerning tbe two pictures. In fact, not a single solitary person has raised his voice in their favor, and had the good ladies been consulted, the por traits would have been varnished before finding a resting place where they are. But it will not be for long, as these pictures are to be thrown back on the hands of the art ist who made them, and others are to take their place. For the purpose of securing the necessary means for this, ten cent'sub scrlptlons are being taken, each donor writ ing bis name In an autograph album, which go, one to Dr. Leonard and the other to Mother Stewart KEErivo ','orFS norsE." That was a brilliant Idea of Mrs. R. S. Thompson, one of the most earnest and In cessant workers of the W. C. T. U.. that the ladles of that grand organization, as sisted by their onnger sisters, the Tounc it oman s nnsiian lemperance union, shonld hold a reception on New Tear's day w me young men or springneia, especiall those who are away from home Influences. The ladles took kindly and enthusiastically to the idea, and though many of them were already nearly tired to death from the work of the bazar, they entered heartily Into the wora, and "a grand success is now In scribed on their banners as the result Jfrs. Thompson's chief HeuUnant was Mrs. D. M. Bums, another lady who Is second to Done la every good Christian work, and those Jtwo did most of the soliciting of cakes, meats, flowers, etc The hours for the reception were from 11 a. m. to 7 p. m., but most of the calling was done after one o'clock. Between 300 and 400oung men and others were received during the day. Callers entered by the side door into the W. O. T. V. room which had been turned into a reception room. It was tastily arranged with divans, chairs, tables, pictures, flowers, etc- Here as each one presented himself he was met by one or more of the ladles who gave him a hearty welcome and wished him "a happy New Tear." If agreeable he was escorted to one of the dozen small tables which had been spread In the main hail, and served by the ladles at the tables with a light luuch consisting of sandwiches, hot coffee and cnolce cake. (Tell It not In Gath. but Editor Thompson made the coffee which elicited so many favorable comments.) Llt- ue manic dooks were on each table In which ti&&&Sfts;&' piiwreu- bdokjhs tevnatue MdwUttlilCVaffaS, Vy-tf" It-srWrr nJide one ofUhh vharaet elfeted meat anhUt! 11m - .fc . ,.v &pt&i3r, eoncwl vniv Profess as.. ... r - -". " mgix D-tna Tucxatyevi Hie adiaisstoii7kr tal!.-.wJtt a and concert cooreeof l,w-fcieS "avoairaBov oeen.eiveiTJ'aua h : -. . . -- .... - ffaFyq"fcto E0N04CAL:C0WltSS '. . ; e - ? ii i-f'V Xba-JSoto of KtatulrFiW i Messrs. Fjanlf "sii3jjtoit Kocsev , wfcn; togeUier-wllM-I ii caret, wuiikjtc.iqc. BoaKL M:! ... .,- T. i , --Vi. oi iuc ajinnarrepprt-'ofthtf, miaslonerv liav'c coumlcil Die this (MdndsyVniorntnt; sabmieil1 port to Judge'WWte, Therwpa forlfoelf. The bUIs referrei'in. i to whose method of payineqfci.i the report, were for tlverrhlra.-l teas follows r . ?;' To the" Court at, CouTmon, Pisaa'or -ir. tk.nu. s-.L-t. i .. v, mv Huucisigueu. wno were j ed by the iwnmoo -pfcas amrt county, to namlnerthe'forefDliw s have, tozeiher with tbe'nrosMnllnrf uey, performed ialdduUea, and1- reiwV That we have cafefullf wamlat"rjtt suicnient, ana in connection -t nave also examined the various 3" 'KBTAl 1 W.JUlai 7i pers, vouchers, etc. havlnarrelatlnns. to. in the audltor'offlce. nn I'llii 1 Tli'iaiaiii r 'lc" " an reepecisvana in contonamwIB law. except as hereinaf (er sUtod: I 7' n b are or me opinion that the blHT I dnrCArt hr Wm.li.M XTn eta -4 nmri -ti by Touchers Xos. wtl.Mn1 M 3.00S. 2.077. iSOfl. 2.117 nd!ttrt.hnoil-. nave oeen allowed by the commlssionecHft-;,! w lurra ana manner mat tflerwere.t3r,K. isutiDuuuaDmDnciniiuA niibAassa honest and lust and nnilit tn h.ra hu pam; out mey were expenses twundjj the commissioners in the officfa! dlseharfe of their duties and allowed to them by Iaw,r which law declares that each commissioner susii present an itemized statement or his account far per diem mileage, services and expenses, which, before It Is allowed by a full board, shall be certified to the prose autbif attorney of tbe county and approved by the probate Judge thereof; and that said bills should have been placed In the commissioner's Itemized account and allowed In tba; form, InsUad of separate accounts. That voucher So. HI was correct as al lowed by tho infirmary directors and passed by the commissioners, but by mistake was overdrawn 20 cents. We further wish to say that our examl nitlonJraiU us to believe that the affairs of the COIIIlty have been lu.tlv and wstnmiii. cally administered and that the commis sioners and tlie auditor have performed du ties severally devolving upon tiiem with great care and caution ami In tim intrst of tlie county. II MAM M. ROCKEL, Fit imc Suow Kits. Examiners. Walter L. Weavek, Prosecuting Attorney. January 3, 1835. BRIEF BIOCRAPHr. A Yfrller Olancsal il.e p,t and Prent and Loot, lutu the luiaro of Central annMranM. brick work around tlie. door i ...it" n..i..ui up and Is as Jagged as saw-tetth. We pay f 1nist-c,a,,, Price for the work on that ujuiiiug anu wo nave a rl'ht to expect first class work. There w ill be music about this imiis jei, ami ou can stick a pin here." Mr. Conior called the honr,)' .., They were made during h r " ".lw Iac.H w" the question of pavluir belllon and not copied from drawings and liY H e',tlu,a,e w as beiore that body, so are exhibited only for G. A. It benefits. . ""-.uuers cannot piean ignorance If Thexjviewsnre shown uooii canvas from lIley W0.uld' .Tl'? PlIe have a right to 200 to -too square teet each, under a power- ' 1,2. , , "e "P ?,U nml Rood ful ox) -hydrogen light the finest lii the ' ?.u " JuJ!fnf"t 'n the expenditure of country. "ml money, ami if all that Mr. Cornorsays ra rrVrVed 73 the caller was aked to record his name, t,"l"?V"," I'"" "" pearance. The I f any "f lem 8JJrV turnwl over the flrst"T-!3:"-sW-r?la- m.. Tasr- wi aa' .j-r& ' 'n j srsav . r ssbit. IBanBHBIaa9aaaB;'an:''AS i ofe-SaaKeSSsWSaafc? t Jvx-ceSs ! ;: 'rZ.!&SBSM&z MMAia i I ill TtTMBirrrirnr" - iswi-ffl SSsBpIbHJm1 ! .. i sVS,e'JSJs h &:-C0.SWJ (ra JI' ,. TS M .JSl 3 1 V iC ?-. '& A sightto bs wanders j at wt - not to be forgotten. Admission twent) five cents. Seats can be reserved without exira charge at C. H. Pierce A Co.'s, commencinir Fridav. Janu- ao' 7, at 9 a. m. The friends of Mitchell post are earnestly requested to see these views. Tickets for sale at Pierce A Co-'s Xiufle 's Arcade grocery. Samuel Shaffer's, wett Main street and at Conklln A Co.'s, on Chestnut avenuo. tOOKS LIKE MALPRACTICE. JoHhim Sharp Will Uwnrool on Account ofal'liyslciau's llad Prescription A few das ago Joshua Sharp, of Clifton street applied to a phs,Iclan for medicine to relieve the pan! caused him by a com. i The ph)sician perscnbeil carbolic acid, four table-spoons full to be placed In half a pint ' iei anu ciuins wrung out or the mix ture to be wrapped around the foot Mr. Sliarp followed directions and, of course, received Instant relief, the powerful acid thorough!) iestro)Ing the functions of the skin. When Mr. Sharp arose next morn ing aiter appijing the mixture the skin of his foot was perfectly white and dead like that over a blister, and the acid had fairly etten its way into the foot The foot be gin to pain nun severely, and lie called Dr. uussiii. ror several da) s the doctor has oeen noing all in his power to save the foot out ins euons nave Been In vain, and to morrow ne win amputate the foot It seems probable now that a snlt fnr mi. practice will be instsluted airalnst lh nhr. """' ""' i"e;w:rioeu me acia treatment Is true, and there Is no reason to doubt It. me iimrcauons are that there Is a looe somewhere. NEW DEPUTIES. List AMUSEMENTS Struck lly a Train. X. Y. P. i. O. passenger train. No. 14, which arrives here at 11:10 a. in., .leaving Cincinnaii "about 8 o'clock, struck a milk-wagon at a road-crossing about a mile west of Car thage, this morning. The driver, named Charles Spvngler, was thrown out and- badly hurt Seieral teeth were knocked out, and he was severe ly Injured about the spine The wagon and horse escaped with little injury. The pas sengers were much excited at the accident, niauy believing for a lime that Spangler had been killed outright Police Arrests for 18S0. Chief of Police James C. Walker has has compiled his annual report of arrest made by the Springfield police for the year ISS1. In all, 3,034 arrests were ravle. Some of the principal arrests were as follows: Drunk. 350; d sorderly, -(50; drunk and disorder!), 408; iK-tit lar ceny. 47; on warrant. 111; loitering, IIP; loitering about house of ill-fame. 117; loit ering about streets, 191; tippluig houe, 6; jumping on trains, IS; obstructing officers. 11. Milhiiof thevreet Csr Accident. Dr. Hiissell went to Cetiarv ille v entcrda) to attend Miss Kniimle Cline, who was in jured In the street car accident a few weeks ago. He found her not so well as ho had expected, a another abcess was forming on her arm a little above the first one. The doctor says that tbe use of MLss CHne's arm. will b permanently impaired. ' - SjHof seats for Sahbury Troubadours opsnstonorroTr morning at 9 o'dttk: at, usual plaa. f sjalsbary Troubadours at the Grand Thursday Evening, Jan. 6. Xellie McIIenr) and Kate Saisbury are wen Known to all Springfield theater goers. 1 heir elegant company w g,ve OIle gjjnj performance of "The Brook" on Thursday evening. The Xew York Tcltgram sas: Last night the Troubadours rr appeared In this city at Haverl)'s Theater in "Tlie Brook" to an Immense audience, which they kept In roam of laughter from the rise to the fall of the curtain. They furnish an entt rtainment that is 'comical-tragical, postoral-comical and Dastoral-oimlcal.tr.ri! cai,- ami everybody who witnessed last iiigui s iierionuance went away rejoicing. Dramatic and Matrimonial. The Florence Bindley company, which was at Black's Friday and Saturday, Is about tlie most matrimonially inclined com bination that has stnuk the town this seas on. Tomorrow night the company plays at Lima, and after the performance H. J. Hershburg and Miss Flora Bedding wm he married. Four weeks hence Miss Edith Jordan and Harvey II. Thompson, two oth er members of the company, will be united In tho matrimonial bond. Cy. Ward Dying. Cy. Ward, the well-known west Main street grocer, is dying at his home N'o. 159 west High street of rheumatism of the heart Not the slightest hope of his recov ery is entertained, lie Is delirious and has been so for days. At da) light this morning his pastor, Kev. Dr. Falconer, was sum moned. He was then cold at tlie extremi ties nnu almost pulseless. .Mr. Ward has bee-i in fa l.'r.-licallli for over a year past LonutilMloners Organize. The boird of county commissioners held their hrd meeting for the ) ear this (Mon di)) moruing. C. K Gillen, the. newly elected member, participated In tho board's deliberations for the first time Organlzas tion was effected by tha election of ( wTlI. Slerrett as president under the, statute pro-, riding that tbe member whose term tirst expires wuauoecum tneciiau-' Thshnni did -nothing today but passTbUf-j. of Appointment Mad h. h..i Wm. IJ. ISnherThls stnrnlng. Fat Jolly and efficient Sheriff Win. B. Baker entered Into his second term this morning, to ever)bod)'s satisfaction. He quaMtled and gave bond some time ago. Toda) Sheriff Baler appointed the follow Ing deputies, to act in the nlarw mnmi i1'jus)iib meir names : A. J. Baker. SnrinirfieM. William T. Brassneld, Springfield John Way, South Charleston. Joseph Pearson. Catawba. D-nld O. Carter. Tremont City. M. B. Mlnnlck, North Hampton. Joseph U. Wile). New Carlisle. Henry Harmsh, Medway. James Foie), Springfield. J. A. ("Pete") Widdicomb, Vienna. Judge White approv ed the appointments under his nfflclil seal and nearly all, if not all. qualified and were sworn In by Clerk Babbitts today. They were all also enter tained by Sheriff Baker at dinner toda). and It was a Jolly party. leaves to De sure they were not putting Tlti!r f,m.u ... ..(.... n. . m -.v u.i.c, , . (.irvge. io eacn one was given a souvenir New Year's card bearing the compliments of the W. C. T. U. and the Y's. In the lower left hand corner was neatly printed these words: TOC All 11TIHD TO 4TT1SD THE GOSPEL TEMPER SCK MEETINGS. it TlartltXCI 1ALL, Krerj fannday Afternoon, S o'd.sk A WTlter In the New York Her,.r7i rf.. the following past present and future fLort skeUh of Lieutenant Governor Kennedy: ."Im1 ,l,,bert R Kenue.1,. of Uhlo. ?!. . ."'.'. wgr,?,tu' -Sjakrr Keifer's dis trict In the fiftieth txnzzm. nA during In the war in a regiment famous for the dis tinguished men by whom it whs officered. Its hrst colonel was M .t .r n....r.i i i crans, the present register of the treasury. Upon the promotion of General BosecrAns, Oeueral E. P. Scammon Miccmieil ta the c.Ione.cy, and was follow ed In turn by ex President R. B. Usveanml.Ii....... r r...i ex-mini.tcr to the Sandwich T,!.,nrt".' All of those im'mN.rs ntii ... 'Justice Stanley Matthew s nf ti,. tions whose names were recently published ?, r- V1, l,nl '"essmxn WtU in tho list of those who would receive were I , M1K '!i w,re ",so offirs of tre not present some belmr detalneH hv .iv. imeiit Toward the doe of tho'war ness, otners on account of greater sorrows Z i i ,li maraoer McNeil, with There is no house in tha city where people can be as wall suited as at Bruce, Hauk lE?n. arcors. .?.- ,uT- hundreii and fifty men. cantorT n.,! day. Tlie names of two of the oldest and "Z an(t t!"H?'? Pr "old midnight raid at Many remained, however, i A BARBER SKIPS. Freak- Young Gns Schnorbut's Queer nat Uoes It Mean? Patrons of Helwlg's white barber shop, opposite the St James, are familiar with the face, figure and presence of )oung Au gust fcchnorbus, or "Gus,"as be was com monly called, one of the youniest barbers n the shop, and. Indeed, little more than a kid. 1 oung Schnorbus worked all day Fri- u) usuai. aim wnen quilting tlmo came between 9 and 10 o'clock, left the shop In apparently good humor. He has not been seen since In Springfield, and his people and friends are much concerned about him His father. Joseph Schnorbus. is a well known cooper living at 332 east Main street and doing business next door, Th h- left a short note to his emplover, but it threw no light on his disappearance. He was last seen at tlie K. ot P. tar v.. Helwlg Is divided Ivtiriwn m,ll..lln. .. Scbnorbus's desertion at a busy time and n.uiciy ior me young fellow's welfare. Mr. Helwlg hasdnnea greatdeal for Schnor bus, training him into the business and raising his w ages frequently. It Is thought tussiuic mui uo uaj gone to Dayton. Death of Patrick Cooaey. inis rooming at 10 o'clock Patrck Cooney, the well-known saloonlst, died at his residence on Harrison street after an illness of several weeks of dropsr of the heart He was 51)ears of age and had been a resident of Springfield for 18 years. A wife and live children survive him. He was a member of the order of tha rrin,n,. Sons of St Patrick and the members of that order will assist at the funeral. The funeral will take place at 9 nvineb on Wednesday morning at St Josenh's rthn. lie church, the Interment being at the La- gonua avenue cemetery. The "Meiali"for Charitable Purposes. A week from tonight. Monday, Jan. 10, Handel's divine oratorio, tlie "Messiah," will bo given bi the Orpheus society in one of the churches probably the First Pret ty terlan for the benefit of some charita ble fund either the hosbital or the Asso c atcd Charities, The Idea of giving it hi a church b to vajthehannonic backing of a pipers"? AiuTrftfif concert will be given JastVith a mixed programme, also for dethe charitable organizations. most faithful members of tho vr n t it v-umoeriand. Md.. General Kennedr. hn -Mrs. Randall and her sister. Miss' Saillel -TmfinBL"f.?,,0"5,ta r03 F . :. n mauveruntly omitted from i .C. V ., , "" "lmlolv or n room that lUt The "Y.'s" nresent rnmi ;.Z I " th? hot'l and standing on the conW In an attraction to the young men. many of SS """' " rtj left G. whom tarrfpsil r.m ith ki .. IctlU lvennenv la th law ntt-tnuv .t ir.nr- here formed. A eryhaniUorae large oik Hti1!0 h Kuowu throuhout Ohio uriuuiK uie compliments or January 1 V, , " wow aim wuo nominated way of Clothing forMen, Boys and Children. The largest stock in the city for the Boys and the Darling Children. Appropriate and inexpensive BRUCE, 1S37-Whitney Patent Bureau," occupied a I J i e ?e . r.th8 Pre,,llIenT In 18S4. He conspicuous place and was much admired. . v.t ortrnTe rpar' ot e andisskld Accompanying this was the following. In .,, "ST1. tr"".aDt s'nmp speaker in the form of a draft: I tne. 'i3 e- It Is believed If be should re- :" SrRisnriiLD,O..Janaaryl.lS37. ; THE IHJJK-OF DE3TIXT. iy toWomaa's Christian Temperance : Union, Three Hundred and ilxtj Ave : J Days of lTaj-pltu aJ Pmjxnif. ; j . E C. Wbitsiv. j - The Florence Bindley compabf left this mornin? for Plmtlav ft .i,...ur.' .5. ', " .,r.:r. " " 'r,'jss'i Kmi tvtllaBI. , I rmi WU1HUU , , MjKHC A Pleasant, Tea. Oil Saturday evening Mlw Grace Lemon. ofjjtuth Factor) street, gave a delightful mf, - c w wavnu i tier irienas. ng Uiose present were Misses Harwood. inger. Mbrgau, Xelland Mlnnicli and uessrr. uarrjKamsev-, Charlet Walt Caarles ffrijaab, Klljuod Morgan Ami anf The ladles wish tn inn h.nt.. .- .u. kind donor for his rr iv.ini.M. , The receution was vnteH ,.oJ. . rented'1 8"other rearwIU probably find it During the afternoon, Walter Bucking ham, the photographer, appeared with his nstniment and "took" the picture of the Interior of the hall. Inntino- i,..-.i. .i. platform, with all the guests and receivers yisTiu ai me time, if it proves a good negative, stereoscopic views will be made as companions of the two made during the progress of the bsrar. and placed on sale. BAKU ok nore. The transformation of the hall hid been complete tho night before, and when two o clock came round miprH .o... cold as it was. It found hnn,ln.l. r ,i.I little folks In their aid . i..t r. ... back "home" again. The meetimr was a rpmnrtol.l.. .i .. After singing. Mr. Slager read a scripture lesson and offered prayer. Superintendent 1 oung made some very timely and appro priate remarks concemlup th death nf t members during the past week, George If CUM. a i a ml f..l.... IT rs - . . - ..sow .ii MAUU.C IV in IT- 1 I1R Tnrntar HIsi-1 UUU13 new repeating tne Lord' prajer. " -r'" n piitiiegeu io attend a meeting, being an invalid for months, but m.1 ,ai,' d,flK"t in making badges for the little folks and securing signers to both pledges. Maud Cummlugs recited "Poor House N'an." Georee C. Hall h,,!,, iimiiancr oi me woman's Christian Tem perance publishing house at Chicago, gave a very entertaining talk; basing it on the misery and crime caused by Chicago whisky. B QuitijjB number signed the pledge. OOSIKL TEMPKBASCB MEETIJ.O. The gospel temperance meeting which followed was also quite well attended, many new faces being observed, especially of oung men. Mr. Thomnson read h scripture lesson and prater was of- 'er by Mr. Hall, of Chicago. After luuguiB again, "uncle Abe" made a very Interesting talk before Introducing the other skiers, iio wisnea ever) body a happy ew 1 ear and many returns, and gave some good wholesome advice. He was followed by It S. Thompson, who declared he was glad to be "at home" again. Geo. C. Hall told of the encouraging work going on all over the world. He Is especially Interested In. anil conversant with, the work of tha W. CT. U".. being business manager of their national organ, the Union Signal. He also gave his obser vations of the saloon -business, under the" high license system In vogue , In Chicago. main In congress a few terms that hewUl vuiue me leaner of the Ohio delegation In the bouse, PiEASINC INFORMATION. Janas Drnrr Sajs that the Present C Id Snap Will Last About a Week. A representative of the GtoBE-Rerumjc met Jonas Drory, of weather fame, this morning and inquired: "How's the weather, Mr. Druryr' "Well. It's pretty co'd." said he, "but It was two uegrees wanner this morning than It was yesterday morning. Mytherraome- w:r irgisiereu ten uegrees below zero yes terday morning while It was only eight at the same time today." "Only eight below Is good." ventured th reporter. "But how long do you suppose this cold snap will last?" "I think it will be with us until a week from tomorrow." "When. A chorns of bystanders. "I don't mean," continued Mr. Drury. "that it will be as add as it Is now for a whole week, but it will be uniformly pretty cold. One week fro n to nirrow tie with er will begin to moderate, but next Monday will probably be colder than today." ah uisiani murme weather prophet was taken his departure something worse. lest he might bear "all by hislon-s-viifl." everybody having Malsga Grapes. London Tt., ,i.i. lUKPn nl4 llfMilrtllfs iM.f ha tnlrvK ts. KTAnnntAH H-r.Hu .. ?? ewrr.yrSewatroa.J.r'i: r,nKUof?L.PtPnMJ ora4 Oitteri Praia Fish. all Mali; Fancy Groceries M CoSllOT.rT'U1lC;,aatr,B'U,erS " S. J. STRALEY-4 CO. 1 EAST-UIUH STBEKT, rree Delivery. y TetepKtm . where there are twenty saloons ju ohe rgw; nlthoalyatsiiigle'Jireak, and where, he The Crnpoaed Ol.l Leigae. The Cincinnati Enquirer printed the fol lowing of local interest, among Its bate ball notes In bundaj'. Issue: Jack Connelly, of Columbus, who was Interested in the team that represented that city in the American association in 1S84, said the other day that the chances were good that Columbus wonl I have another team net season. An effort Is being made to organize an O'lio League, to include the cuies oi loiuumus. iiuesvllle, Sprlngneld. Dayton, Akron, Mansaeld and Toledo. Frank Mountain, the veteran pitcher, it Is said, will have charge of the Columbus, O club In case it Is nru'znl. So many fail ures have attended efforts to nrg-vnlze a state league that there Is but nry little reli ance to be placed in the movement It Is f be hoped that it will be pushed through to a successiui issue. Otbir stnfts, with less populous cities than Ol-b have nnipitf ne leagues a go. There l no rr.-isii w y O.I can't tverytning in m rr mf nil i-. j w -H 'JnE rm . 3 3 -. I ff ,f P Z. Si HAUK 11 &'C0.Jli - 1 1H ralTi a - v, h i if a ?I - I'M' The Universal Favsritss, 17 nnd 19 High. St aad X-ee. TURKEY HEADQUARTER At that rlMeslH ( ... .. I"VBy-ftWforUholldanrSJ-V -4t and would advise erenr nnu nreVl .? &9 we flnit the Mn,tn l. v-i.. !T v P'S wlthhacksters wuo are buying tor the lirea raannuetnrlng establish meats and. tS Lsstern markets, and the prospect, aisj that Turkey; will be aree andhitair veryiooa. Wehavealitaralaatoci: FLOKIDA ORAKGE8, OLD RELIABLE 0 8II.DEH! f THE -ear ;prsv inrah SZl i n outu tuz .- .. l J. u, oifllin up "fa Comer West Ulgh-St. nK.r,l ltst nu S . Thomss Buciicy. a railroader we known In this citv, met with a serous acci dent In th X-nU frIgyard of the Little Miami yesterday, ilo was nrnnln; on top of a line o fMreight cars, aud slipping o-i the icy boards. fell fc: .vera Iwo cars. Tors tunatelj.Jifi. threw himself near! ofloJJa of the tracjr and saved lib. life, but ona-enn was e tught by a wheel and o cmliod that amputation wa necessary; Mr. Buckler (si an old railroad eninToro. and hart left tii iKiiraui uinoiauiu uey-K;vi.c antrk tCTSSK Ia &&jttbvrm' "- " ymiTEtis,': AWO.SrATI ' f BlantBjai'vTorir aai SpeebtUy. Rtf. W. U. Weir, of the Hlirh aelionl. made a very foteretln(f but brief address. Yraa44Mjiy pleajaat rorarn. -r- "The winter termor Mb Uinlap's draw- l?lr atrui Xs In t tstl aTjsv Va-1 1 1 K.!.. ?... -, He io turn wished the leader a nappy Ne w i p. tu.. January , Studio latU ItlUfceil nn itri- rn.,1.' UHMK. i!l-TS!S5e , Woma newestrully jmoooce ta..-'i rwa4 tne vrylMrt.B&ugZj& ur. Jvsaraauj cmmmaamrmK MvlJ1! 0'. jaae taU aafi aau.-f' ' ISk a " ' f i ins SMjrtlsers inooid addreta i fm I " , 3kew tokk citt, I a tf slettno- ' Jf W"rv Jw BtBUiPW I ( 'rl! ' " uyt&m ti Mvceneet' . Vt -. ,&& ii: -' T-ii -, jisMagit JCJHm&s:- iKT'S steal- Wcei. . 1 . , Au-v i i IN.' Ilia SOUTH. LfRaK7. 'JF-.if Z mbii .21 ari.t "s r i-'jt. -- Jiy7JammeF'j. 9-.&-& . ?r "-"-.- -s, i"