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J 1 nth! local shower, lollowe!
1, i.yialr weather slight iluu:r
April 15, 1SS7. )
Where there is an immense
assortment of goods to pick
irom, a double room 50x1 10
feet, packed full of clothing I
and furnishing goods: men's
suits. $-:. a irood serviceable
r . . . I
SUlt for WOrkingmeil : SUltS, '
to c . I
?5 -"i i7 ?J' ?9 J at lIO We J
can show VOII SUltS that Can-1
matched within $4 toienuaiit iititi.Mjiittcaiij.
1-nr n'nrl'inir men l'vorv sort
1 or wording rnon. i-t.rj bun.
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Of patltS for thlS purpose Will
be fOUIld Oil the shelves Of the
Thousands to Pick From. .
Furnishing Goods. You
can't call for anything that
we have not got; prices to
suit"; will be ready for you
today with a full line of straw
hats ., ,
Come and see the When ;
VOU UOn t have to UUV UnleSSl
you want to ; you are welcome
to go through the store and
look at all the goods in it : all
goods marked in plain figures.
We are manufacturers and
we retail at wholesale prices.
We sell to you for what other
dealers have to pay the facto
ries. One Price Clothiers
2.-. AMI S7 WFST tlX ST.
JIST KECEIVEP. AT
Prices Tliat Dciv Competition.
And secure a luraia. Every
thing new in Novelties at
S. J. u.
21 NORTH MARKET.
H -tucon Main and Colnmliia Streets.
t r 1. 1 on.
AMI FVMILY SUPPLIES.
The Best Ctnued and Bottled (Joods.
Milillj Tiire and Fimt-CIa s
(.'oodti, at Liwest Prices.
The Late C. T. Ward Grocery,
07 WEST MAIN ST.,
Corner or Center, Springiield, 0.
THI.KI'HONK X. 38.
FOR THE HOMELESS.
32 Improved KENTUCKY FARMS from 30
to ut itcres. at price from S3 to $35 per
acre. For particular a4dri
King Mountain St Kj.
LASH OF Al'THORlTY.
The Tcderal .1111. State Courts, in Geor
gia. Have a Difference of Opioaion
and Both Claim the Prisoner.
It ill til' M..nre l). Inn It. rnfi.r...!
lli.i.incing miiI Haiti;. rt. I irt
He tinnier. 1 I-h lit IVii ilf
Bt -.1. I ...lis Oilier V. .
llythe s,wiateil Press
Niw ui.k. April l"i n Atlanta, (la ,
s.et lal says 'I heir i- .1 conlhct nf jurisdie
turn between Hit -tatf .iikI ftileral courts in
Georgia, which is likelt ti assume const.l
crablr importance. ilium M. Miller runs
a ili-tllliT III DeKalb i-muty. ithlrh lie re
fuses in do- 11. obclirnre to the prohibi
tion Uw. He .- indicted theirfor tieforr
Judge Clark ami w v mi tnil. when, by a
writ nf li il'-corii-. he was taken from
that court ami the cae trm-lemtl to the
federal court. Tin- can-.il Judge Clark to
write a letter to Goternor (.onion in which
he denounced the action of J mice Pardee
a- an infringement on state sotcirignty anil
asked that the -tate take lnea-tire- to ro
tts I it-elf agin-t -noli eiieroaclnnent-.
He -aid "A- I nmler-taml it, it i- -i -lu
again-t thetrr) alpha!-! of the law to
contcrt a writ ot habeas oorpn- into a . on
tritance for -lelratiiic criminal, trial." The
.tat utllftniMnr a-a ttartv to the ea-t in
Jnil Panlee'i. itmrt ami claim jiiri-iiction
of the pri-oner.
SENSATION IN COURT.
Ki.nbli. .tit .liirt ittrn Kf lli -.rli..
to little llrto.K nitie I.I. lloti 1- r..i!.
lMltM.lt)I Is. April Ij. Soinetllllic ot
i a sen-ation .let eloptn! t e-tenlat in ionthf-
I Hon with the frauds alleged to hate bem
committed at the la-t electuni I'nder .1
rllllIli: i, .nci. i.rham the prosecution
was fotcisl to tran-fer the ca-e-to the -t.Ue
Crtl!r1, aIII- tlf. znnA jurt of the cnmina
c iurt ha- been takmc et uieiice m till
.jtter The jur is drawn to sertc -i
nionlhs. tstlisi-t- of -it liieiulel- .tin! i-
1 1 rti 1 ilftl ilii 1 'iiii nan i(i ninjs -t jii i
letter to the judce. ill w Inch thet -t.tttsl
I that there was ample et nlence to warrant
the timlinc of indictment- 111 the ! turn
I fraud as--. but that such re-ult was pre-
tenltilb) the refusal ot the other mem-
Irer-of tlir iurt to take action in 1011-
lu.luic. the thnv meinlHT- a-ktsl to Ik ..-
,U''M '""" ,urtllrt x1""' "' l"' '"
JlllIte luitlk:i rro,,,tof the letter. e-
pre 4st considerable imllRuation and said
tlut-the fact,, -tatcl tleteloja st.malniic
entirelt new In criminal jurisprudein e He
further -altl that the letter would W ulletl
tiTcuisjileratioii at the hecinn n; ot the
next term of court, but tiikiiootiieraition
llt-r. tint le I 11.1 lliertil
.Sltt tn:k. April !.". -1 -s ui! fnun
Kt W.-t. l'la.. to the H'...i -a-: lie
I'mtetl Mi-aimr Vantic airmxl here tt-ter
.1 it afternoon from l'ortau I'niiciie, Ilatti
tit.-reponeiiongoo,i auiuoni mat wiuir
atl'iirt an rrincipr, Cominanderlireen imw- an, the oung laillo looknl e-.tniurl
Intel nl oflicJally forIiale Kneli-h turn- lotel. MIv Iturbank's apprarance n-of-nar.
on that harbor, to execute their nilinled many of the "11 patia"ot Charles
threat of i-e!iit!f the TortUKas Island. Tlie Kintrsle.
rrMrt ha rreatat mnMrrab!e ercite-! Happy reinarki b, tin pastor. Dr. KiiHer
mrnt liere Dotharuoiie.4nieric.au and Span- tiin, cuiicluilnl this portion of the .mtiiver-
Ish population. In conneet.iKi withabote
It will Ins reuuBnlterm! !atin lzixh it w as I
reportcl from Hat ana that KnidaiU hni
dcmandtsl of HayU the tmmotliatepau.r.t
of Sl.OOO.OOOon an old claim or she would
sire the Island of Tortujas. A tlay or
! two after came the rumor that i:ng!atnl
Iial i net! an ultimatum to fleet that if
the claim naiiiliiisiiei wantn nteita.is
an Kneii'lt uian-of-war. then in llatti.in
waten.. woiiht Uirubard pnncip.il iorts of
the republic. Ill tins time the imenoan
consul at Hatl ha-s kept the Mate depart
ment at Washington full infonuisl what
1 was going 011 about him. 1. 1 uiicr-lotnl
1 tlu? :'eniiiient will underthki to enforce
Hie Monroe doctrine should an hurojo-au
powers uiitlertake to disrupt ail of the
HE DANCED TK
sklpprsl Mltll l-iilll
Cim iv XTi. Aprtl I".. For some dats
.lohti Dmlle. one of the hot ki.otrn joung
men of ("incninatl'rf upperteiidoiu. a ii-.p-j-lar
leader ot the gcruiau and widrl Lnown
in iilhrr citte-. has been missing from Ids
u-ual haunt-. .a-t night it ltccaiiu Ln..;i n
that he l- a detaulter to the Lorillard acrn
cv. where he wa- eiuploetl. in the -um of
SIO1!) nr a 1.000 Hi- friend-, who .iill
make hi- -hortae goKt, nttisc to glte the
Il'idle wa-a lugli liter and has until
recuitli leen engaged to Mi (.alf, of the
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I attair ha- made a derided sensation in --.-ety
jTlte semur I ni.mi lh-..rl-llie s..,i,il,.
j era 11U..UH, .
Iit i-mi 1 1- April 1'.. -It I- anriount
this afternoon by tlie publisher- ! the
S,iiUrii JHis.imc. amacazlne dtuiiteil U
war paier-ami southern chanu'ter sketches, (
that their monthly lia Inrn jmrchaswl by
I the Ctntury compaii. of New or, and
I that commencing with the war timiil-cr, the
I periodica! will le l-sued from that house.
The Century company tieromes the jioss, .
-or of the cuts. etc.. belonging to the ltt-
viinf and will nil out the uunpircd sub
, scriptions under the former owner
H'i.tiiti.in. Ann 1.'. A trWrain ha
Inn. rrsrltetl by the inter-state coutmrne
itimiiiissioii from Imnkei-an.i mercliatit of
San Francisco, asking the -tts-iision of the
, long haul cl.u.se teuiHtrarily. at lea-t. un
til their iHisition can be placed lcforc the
1 1 conitnissjon. They reprrsentgre.it btisinrs
, disturbance and disaster if this i not done
j 'I he say on the item of wiiol alone, the
I diftrri lice lietwtrn the old ami new rates ot
freight intolt.-s a loss t, otcr one million
dollars annuallt to growirs.
Ilol.tlltlg it Settsfi tier.
loi i no. April 1 . rst.rdi afternoon
Kd ward Cod, night distributing clerk in
Ihe postoflue. was arrested b Deputt
I'mtetl btates Marshal llrced for robbing
the malls. The old letters he abstracted
were tli-e addressed to tlie Jlltult newji,i
ier. He was caught by means of detot
letlers The llUult hrst noticed the ltr-s
last Kotrmlh-r and estimites the stealings
since then at between 3.(K)o and 4.000.
A II.ijhI Km; I- He.
AtisTFUititt, April l.' Forty-fite hun
dred f-tudents la-t night serenaded King
William ami the royal family, who hate
remained here since the recent royal birth
day festuitirs. The king ami qui en pre
sented themselth- at the window of tlie
ji.il.ur and acknowledged tlie tribute.
He s.ihI Nter 11 lion!.
i-T. l.ol l. April 1'. Daniel Jewell,
wife murderer, expiated bis crime hi the
Jail yard at G:5U this morning, the execu
tion being almost pritate. only almut n.'i or
40 tverum present. The scrne on the scaf
fold was short. He. made no Set!c!i.
Large Coulritrt .IttAr.lrsl.
Waiiisotiiv. April 15 Secretary
Whitney today awarded to the llrthleheni
Iron Works company, of Pennsylvania, the
contracts for furnishing about 14,000 tons
of steel gun forging and 4,500 oils of steel
armor plates at a total cost of 4,51-2,9-2$.
ONE MORE YEAR.
Ilmitl-tone aitii . - Hr t r l- f thf
Sn Ulltl I'rt -tH It I llktl Mlllll t) -i llOttl 1 Hal
The .inntei-.ir t'erci-e-of the -ectnul
rie-liten.in Mimii - lu! tuenrretl l.i-t
I'liutla i eeiiiinj in the clinreli parlor
iml leitiiK-rtNiin. .imlweieof iinn-n.ll oris
malt ami mttii-t. 1 lie Iiti-i.tr portion
ot the procranniie took pi ve in the -muhH
- IhmiI rtHtiu whit h was tlironiretl to it- t a
pieitv with both the little one-of the -t IhmiI
.mil then elder- Mr (.force W. Wintftr,
nlio-o tenu a- Miin-nnU mh lit clo-etl with
I it ceiiim;'- eerei-e-, at tee at ina.-U'r of
cereiiionlt-. -o to -ieak
'Iheeverei-e- opemsl Willi the -liiKini: of
in anthem, followed lij appropriate re
-jMin-ne reatlim: l'nijer w.i- feliini'li ot
tere.1 bj Dr Kullorton. ami after more
-inciin; b the choir, the reirt- of the -u
perinteiiilent aii'l -tt ret.ir of the -cht-ol for
the jear eiulinc April t,wereri'.ul Whileof
nitert-t onl to inemtier- of thevhool. thet
-how tl a mo-t -iti-faetorj nntl pro--In-rttu-
omlitioii of tlmiz- Tlea-ant ami
.ipprotnate eercl-e- b the priinar el.i
followed, in which the little lolk--u-taim-tl
their part- in a ciinnmc ami eilt-ctie mill
tier. Ml--1 Mamie (.ootlenevtreaila jnen
lie pteiii written l Mr ('. (.. llamer. jr
which j. a er prettj thine ami thor
oin:hl ail iptt-l to the situation Mr. llar
ct r'- poetic.il idea- were fnllj bronchi out
bt little Ml (nMHle'- rentlit'on of the
isM.ni V letter to the btinil.it -chool from
Ml Kllt'ii t . Un-linell. at Interlachen, I
Florida, w. i-read bt Mr-. John T. Hiek- I
It coiit.iin-ti her warm wl-hes ami anni- I
' ,,f tl"'lr '"'artim-
which had lost
111 loutinc bt
I mail liom one one to another. A -one b
j the choir followed and then came the most
not el ami plea-iiic exerci-es of theetei'inc
-swen ouue ladle- uuiHTsoiiabsl cati
I dlesticks, aetsirdinc to the allegorical
description found in the tweiit-hfth cha
I ter of KmhIus. Thet wereMis-es Ix'ttie
' Hnrbank. Mirv lUin-aj, I-na Harnett.
I Jessie llogirs. Mane l'olet. Floreme Cat-
ileer an! .NeioM Cl.i Hie toung Iidie
wt lelieautiful in
THUi: t t-sir t,in t ni:i'i r.
of pure wii'te looped a ,-ish1 tieal in the
ttle of the toga. Their ban was iow
tleietl to a -liter whiteness tsnnbiuiug with
tbeclii-te gown in gitingtliema satueiue .
1 ip-arame iiiucn as inoueit inej nan ju-i
1 -teppe.1 tlown fiom pedestals in some gal-
lerj of tart -tttu.tr 'r-. J. 'l.Tuttle
oHntsl the et rci-e b reading the hi-tor-,
tal-kitch irom the bible, illu-tratite of ,
thc maimer lit which the seven ,
branch taudlestick was used
the tabernacle and temple sertice Mi
Iturbauk tir-t entered, impersonating I.oU
with her 1 smile lighted ami Iniii.e alott
In .1 holder Mie took liet plac. 111 Ihe tvit
ter of the rostruui and the six other toung
ladles rangtsi themselte- in trios tm either
-Mr. Mr-. Champion's beautiful porm. on
this tlirmr. had Ittvn -i t to tnu-ir b Mis--.iilie
l'hcli- in a mo-t atlminible manner,
am! in the -mgiiig of -olo- ami the sixtelte
that followed Ihrrxricise was little short of
a ter ex.iii-ile little sacnsl cantata. At
nu appronnate 111111 tore in the mu-ic the -ix
candle- were lighted at the i-jljdlr of Jam.
t.irrtuic out the nlia that ail Hit urines
am! .elections bad Ihnr origin
lit. ami were kindled bt, till?
tlit nu jia ion.
Nothing could hate ex-
,.,,, . ....., this candle exercise
ir. andilaint) refreshtiteiits of catr, ires.
fnnt am! conrittiimary w ere sert is! in the
church parlors otrrhead. A tantamount
of iiijujiiunt characterized the entire eten-'
m. Tje new- ofticen. of the Mmday -cIiihiI
for the c-usj-mg tear are K H. IbKlgers,
MiH'riutmlcnt, (. W. Winger, assistant I
superintendent, J ', hum, secretar.t. .1. 1
1 iuck.. ireasiirer .1. j iiimrinu i.a
Bl CLUB MEETINC.
.. Il.culnr Ifiislti Trnnstii te.1 at Urn
Mr.iinc lj-i Mciit-iiie iirntiiunrtris
I uinre rinus. (
The fcpruielielil Wheelmen." our new
birjcli? club, met last (Thur-d.i 1 eteiiinc.
tor the lir.-t tunc m rrcular -11011 at their
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tiio Snnni'tieM ii!im! bank ..i. ti.t
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.tlliu Mirvi. iiiriewiis a iw.i suentl
e,sSot uiembejs and lucly interest mani
fested, but s rrgular routine business of
public imMirtajice u tiausacttsl. The
lnis detoted the etentng lo a de-.;
tlt et.-r-pniliUc theme, binclmg.
Tlie hrii..i;arters of the club areier
contcuiriitl ltcau-i ;tuj pleasantly lixed I
up. A bright catpet adonis tlu .Joor and
time ire numerous chairs, di-ks, etp.
There 1-aim home trainer a stationary
1111111111" bicy ile, sun.!;; fastened to the
ttir end u-ed to acco-toin the !..t-a o the
Islillnif uiotimi and -trrngthrning thn
liiuclc. Ihcclub has ordered a billianl
I uuiie. anu it io. ni-nmi ut Mliar -ot'll.
The club h-a.l.,uarurs wilt be. made t(.i
.-rl centra. !.t for the whrchng ,.,
tere-uof the tit
'o tlehnite plan for the dub' o:Ul e-
i-icnce till uuimrr Lite lieen tallisl oter.
They depend In a i cry large mea-ure on
.thethcr or not t'apt. T. .1. KirkpatricK. i-
1 elivtetl pre-nleiit of the National league, a.
i he -eeiii- tery likely to lie. It is hardly
likely tnai an encampment will ue neui
I 'Jhe twy-hate a blncklniad at the head
quarter vhose use Is lerj unique and Use
ful. For iiiktaucr, if tour of them intend
whirling down to jato;i liuit Sundat, as
tlie exiieet to. It Is put on the board tint
, It. ( am! I) will nuke the trip on that
day to the (eiu City. Others ,s. this bul
led!; and if the desire to join the pirty
they ma do so.
i I ire nntl r kplieiioii
Vn tt ti kh . April !". The wnoIiMsle
drug store of Charles Ilaumbai k jl (
, bunnsl this ninniing Tht
' in the cellar, where two ch-rLs were
gaged in getting out giKhl- to hll order. V
i.trnish barrel burst and iiisUntl there
was an explosion and a ria-h of flame. Hit-
doli.l. s-ealI. oneof tbeilerk. was tiiiKk-
ly taken out in a dying condition. Histom
pamon. Jofiti WcIht. wa- thiowii wime ill
tancr ami badly hurt, but will rei-oier.
'I he employe, on tin ups'r thsir- ru-hrd
.mt ol the building, which wa- soon a mass
of -eething ilame-. 'lne biilMtug tost
sJi.iHKl Hisuird for "1'j.OoO. liss on
stink. Sr.u.ooo. insurance. ST'i.ooo.
ll..lt...ri Mnumlix ipl...ll. j
isiiiM.Tiix, April 1.'.. It is i-tatetl at !
both the stale and navy department that
then- is no truth In the dispatches lnm,
i.-. u.s., it.s. ... ,-!... ... .-.,., ..f ,,.!
I nitisl States steam-hip antic. ott!cially
torbule l.uglislimeii of war at l'ort-Au
Prince toc.ur out their threat of seizing
Tortugas Islam!, becretary Whitney had
neirr hrinl of -mh a thitiguntil he saw the
tlisp itt li n. tlie New York, paper-. He said
it was not likel that Commodore Greene
would act without orders. If lie had
deemed It nrcrssar to tlo st) he would hate
telegraphed the department at ome.
Mail I'outli Iti'tili....
Lot ixvii 1 1:. Aprill iv It was discoi
erei! this iimniliie that the NewAlbni)
clo-tsl poin-b. which left the I,oiu-tllr
lH.toiniv at t. tu o'clock la-t eicnliig, wa
robbeil at the Jellersouiillr, Madison am!
Itidiauaiolisdrpot lat night. The pom h
was fount! on the platform rut open and
rilled of it., i-oiitent. The extent of the
loss is unknown.
ew .tle or 1'nlnr firgntil
Just ill tin week. Please call and too them
and make a selection while our stock is
to.uplete; it will payyruto do so. Our
prlcri and terras will bo made to cult the
tustomer. We alo have a hue line of the
trlebrated Cottage organ. K. F. Brandom
v Co., 74 Arcade,
DOINC UP N0RR1S.
Stun. Ittlfrp-tliiK Ktiitlitii. rum ruins
siiriiiellrlil-- H) I.lMtl.. nntl (he lllc
I'.m llmiillr s-lt-nl.
Ij-t Momli) s edition of the Titt-bun;
t hri'iuf - h'li ii''i iorit..uittl the lollow
inc -enrearraiciiuient of John T. Vorri-,
sprmBiieM"- "tit" di leetne
Io John T. Norn-, the iletetiie of
-lirimrlii ltl, ( Ihio. i- the crotit ot iiatiuzin
a nie.i-uie trii-trateil the entl- of justice
tine. In mm is an iinlimittsl -hare of
tbu-e and eomleiim.ition imini;. ami al
thoiifli it h.i-lieen fortt-eitfhl hour- since
tlie rillro.ul ottiel.lls .uid detts tites of tln-
itj Im;i-i this tiride aztin-t lilm. the feel
ing Ii-fs not les-emsl 'lo explain ""the
re.ison tor all tills It will be mi essar to re
cur to Vorns's connection with thecie
Iritial ami -iilHtrillnate as it was, it was
(iiom;ti to five a man of In- ili-ea-etl imii;
in.ititm a chance to minitj hisiniortaiiee
ome tune ao S'orris came to this eitj to
-ee Mr K II Taj lor. cent ral -ihtiiiI(1iiI-ent
of the C .V M I. r.ulw.ij,. mil while
in his ofliee bectn. in his char.icteri-tie
wat. to oxiutiate upon hi- own -uciess :i-n
detivtue. Amoin; other tluncs he 1. 1 timet!
to hate at his Imcel-' ends the richt clues
to the II tteiiua resctiiuR tratsl). Mr. Ta
lor in a moment of thouchtlt ness com
municateilto orrs the treat ca-e tint was
lieim; worktsl up on their line, lleacre-il
to emp!o Norrl- in the ca-e and put him
miller the instruction ol Mr (.ilkm-nn.
who assicneil Norns some work, cite him
the ciphers to be ii-cl, ami aUite all (.Mi
iomeil him to b silent This Ia-t In-
Noiris obserttsl uiitii just be
sprlncinc ef the trail Then
the nature ot the min a ertisl Itself
rtn,i hccoultl contain the secret no loncer
(.oinc to Columbus on Krula of la-t wet k j ,,r.iie,l to be ludispetisible. It works in the
helir-t ret-eiteil -line fiesh instrut tuius ciirch and for it. and it is the hope and ju
triiin the 1'an llamlleoitieialsarM then hur-1 f ,,r i,.uts. We welcoiueone another to
msl alone, e.icer to hint a nett -piper man. rw and broader oiportiiiiilies.
I o one he met. Norn-imp irttl the outline! jr Vi--her made lib. report as -tate
ot the sensation that was to come. Hits, j superintendent. The fr.itemitt was orcan
he -a-, was done on a promi-e of s,.cre. izis! about tut ears ao by the election of
and accordincl), then the Columbus news-' ceneral othcers In lS-Mwo huudretl ami
p.iHr came out nct mornuic with a shiirt I nttt-tliree societies hid bcii oreinie.1 and
article insinuating the nature of the Ere.it
sensation. Norris hurrietl off to anotlter
new s.air to cite fuller paittculars. This
,t- s(b)ii -uectKled in iloinc. all the while it
apiearing a-if the interest of the rallwa.t I
compdii. bt whoni be was t mploictl, was
a tiling of minor cniisisuencti. Tlie publl-1
cation 111 tin Columbus piper git e the '
alarm to rue iniipiai- ami iieteetite- In tuts
cit, ami ttHn the source ot the informi-
being learn.sl. Norris was itnftl relletesl
from all finthei tlutt in the case.
n should hate been stitisl that his ttork
was to search seteral house-at New Watcr-
fotd and Ki-t I'al.-stiue.ColuiHbi.ina county.
aml 111 order to do tins ho w .is proi Idetl
tt ltd a large number ol i.iauk warrauH'
sworn ot befoie John K Itogers, Justice of ,
thep-t f Mletn. Columbiaun.t ...unt.
An atlhlat 11. whi. h he exhiluli-l 111 Coliim-
bus discloses the fact he was to -earch for
aim let of artu ls. the tlescriplion was
nearl) similar to the goods seized 111 this
Norris was to go from his home. Snrlnt
lu Id. it. to Kasl I'alesiiue 1.11 -minla
iticlil. but 111-ir.ul ot iloitL mi. ciine
illicit to till- til. ami pro. ceded
to unload whit he knew ot the t1e,
taking cire. to cite huu-elf the creilit of
U.ui! the prime tuoteT and manager of the
t. bole ta-fl. lie is I.ow .somewhere along
tlie line of li.ti !'. H- V V C. railway, ami
Ins Dfvii f'cupini-his tiu,e tliL uioriilu?
in M'lidiiig cipher mtsages to Mr. Gjlkln
1 -on. That geiitleman, wheneter he rt-
teited cine of tl.ee cipher-, thrett It to oqo
1 -hie with an impatient gtMtin. and at the
same time added some remark not exactly
complimentary to the Ohio Uolwtite.
jaUlltv. i.tcit mr 01 inr oiiiciais .-inn neietiiie
fori e of this tit is therefore siipremel ills-
Kiistisl with XorrisV jiartln the ntlalr. and
regret terv lnuili that he was calletl In the
ca-e eten as a warrant sert er.
It was Mr. N'orris who tetra(sl the af-
f,lr to the l'ltt-burg inonihu-papers.
Mir( I'lrklri" I..1-1 MbIiJ "Tin Ilrt-
il'i l. (Ion ' iitttj h.itiiis irltri. 11.
Mr. J. It. 1'olk nu! an exLellcut compaii)
piesrilteil tint Irrc-S.llbl faun) piece.
"Mixed l'lckle.." at the (lran.1 last nicht,
to a small atnllence. The pla ha been I
seen before In Springiield, o that no ex-1
t luil iiuii.twut t.r it ti...) .,.. t ,!..
" "' " " " .....I 4 nun i. it, iui .
buflice to sat it is one of the most ali-unll I
nnnin i, ii.iiii th .tnm Mr I',L.
' J I
geat comedian am! his imper-onation and
' creation of tui iharacter ot doe HcMe is a
mastirlj pleieoi work. IJe is an actor ot
i the old -chool one who does not rcjorl -,
! tr,cl.s apt! stage elfet Is, but plea-es hi-
aumriire b iei irting ihe -u)isirliiig
compaii! w a- capital throughout, hut Mr"
Alex. Vincent as Hiram Hrown. Miss.julii
A. 'ulk a- t'hrrry llrown. and Fanny
Denbam ftiii-e a- Mrs. Hiram llrown. are
t-peciall worthy of mention.
"nil ntt n.'s jurwx."
i f otuorrtm , Saturda eteiiing. Atml 10.
I (iilmoie's "ltrth-. Auction" will be at the
(rami. Head what the tSuston ifobr says;
V J. dilinore's immense compaii) pre
scnliii tnat faiaous s(ectacle "'Ihe Drill's
Am ttnti" at the Howard !: uiclit before
an audience that literally picked this fato
rile plsce of amusement to its ter walls.
Interuoiiui ith gorgeous -cenic eifect-,
mart clous transformation and calcium
rltecl-. were brilliant ballet-, on,js, panto
iiiiiie. urohatic feats and statucNpie per
formance. The nunibt'r of peolile re-
iiiirtd to prreiit tl.e.e incidental uttra-v i
Hon- would aluuu Miflice to start scleral i
hrst c'ass shows The plot ol Hie piece I
facilitate- tlie change- of the scenes tilth-!
out demanding of the author any expend-
iture of mental foue. Continual merrl-1
liient or admiration is elicited at ettry
-tage ot the proprrdmi s. "The Drill's
Vuitjoa" will proie a bipcard line, as it'
shuiiltl. Thu liberal extratagance of the I
management -houM met it lontiuiiatlouof '
the hou-e- that it opeiiet! to last cienm.
Se.its now on sale at Harris's cigar store.
special eiigageitieiit ot John I., hmllnan
""' '""' l"lar tniuWnation at the (iraud
1 llllistl.tj , .llll.l.
sit t tn - o'titMt ...
. x,xt Turstlay eteiiing, the l!Hli hist., the
eminent iu::,r Jn-h actor. Charles Krin
J criier will appear at lilack's opera house
in "Miamus o'ltrien." Mr. Vrrner has
been -pen in ;pringheld in "Miaimis
I O'Hrien," and tho-e who did not sir him
it lien he nr-t apinreii liere. -lioulil not fail
t to attend the performance next Turstlay
, night. The Chicago Juitnml says;
"Four acts of Irish adtentuie. line, pel i
. koiigs. iUih es, etc . from the play of
Muniiis O'Hrien." wliich was glicu at the
Stand. ird. Snndlt etenlni-. for the hrst
tlllle here. The play is founded uptin the
Mrni of haiuiis O linen,' and is full of
romance, patriotism ami heroism. 'I he title
role is assinmsl by Mr. Chas. Krin Verner.
a ouiig Irish actor and tfKMh.t. who dws
In-work with an earnestness that entitle
him to considerable prat-r. Hrtta rlfrct
iie in seteral scenes which calletl for a dis
play of emotion. He imssesses.i tme mice.
which was heart! to good adtantage in a
number of songs he introduced. The sup
port was satisfactor and the entire per
formance was heartily relished."
folic ( .iurt.
Charles Myers, the fellow who raised -o
much Cam in the we-t entl on Wedne-dat
pleaded guilty to the charge of drunk and
dl-ordrrly before Judge oung yesterday
ifteriiouu and wa- lined ti Thouia
1 Miirlian got S line for disorderly conduct,
(it it II. Ol lire,
tyulte tlio hundred iwoplo were attracted
to the Central engine house last eteiiing,
a out 7:3u o'clock, by the aiinoiinieineiit of
a lire. The boy had their hore, hitched,
when it was di-ootered that the blaje was
oiily a bonfire.
There U no place like home, but now
) ou have a chance to get a home of your
own, lit- buying at the Edwardstille
sale. April 23.
Y.P.S.C.E.-T1IE W1I1TK CROSS!
I Stale Convention of the YouBg Peoploi'
Sticicties of Christian Enileayor, at the
nliilj I o-ri i-- ililrrs
-! . It) IEt. -. I'. Iliinliip
snpiiiit-in(pnts K. p.rl
i.rs. illi-sp I tr.
if U rl-
(Jmte a l.trceniiinlitrof ilelejrate- Jourj;
lolies and gentlemen-from the Yotinc
l'eople's Christian Kiideavor -ooietie of
the -tate of Ohio who-e emblem is the
tUilte 1 ross .1 cmhlcil m the Concreca
tlon.tl church this (l'mlat i nioniinc. Ajiril
lV.it Klo'cliK'k State Superintendent A.
1 i-scher. ot this cit, prt-ltleil, and
Mrs 1 K Clieie't Idl the smcinc. The
ojMninc pniter was offered b tlie Ket. 1T.
I.. A (mtwald Ket (.. James Jones, of
Mart st die, was.hosen ssretarj.
Mes-r- Charles C l.onI. of KIna: Mr.
John K anderttsirt. of Marietta, and Mr
Webber, of -iteubeinille, weie atpointetl a
The Ket .-lamuel 1'. Iiuulap, of the Con
crecatioual church, deiitertsl tin appropri
ate ami mterestinc addres of welcome,
citinc his pcrsmal testimont to the elli
t ic in? of the Intertill in putting into ac
tite eerci-e all the impul-es anil oeration
nf Chri-lian fell. iw -hip. It opens a held
of irreit omtortnnitt. anil it has alreadt
tleorse M. Ward, of I!o-ton. was appointed
Keneral -ecretar In Votember last the
ntimlicr of members hid reached f.,OUU,
-.ml it is !! tetl tint there will lie a mom
!().r,hiii of f.n.OOO during tlie pre-ent ear
There are now re than eight hundred
5octeties in the ct.iiutr), and there are
-,,,, .ntt-three societies In Ohio anil others
are In piocr of formation. The secretary
rrronimrmltNl th 'ioMiii ore, of llo-tuu,
a-in organ of Ihe fraternit. The orfanl
a'.ioii of a stale society was urged.
Mr John K Vatulertoort deliternl an
interesting, Instructite and inspiring ail
,r,. on 'The Nret.of 'J raining the ouugikept on.
tor tlte Sertite."
lr tiecla'nl that there wrre tiemendoiis
possibilities, for ginnl 01 W1, store.! up ill
the xiiiiik It was the ohje. t of ihe .l.
-. c. j; p, detelop ami ilitnt this immense
fn I0r mutual gisi.1. Its esiccia1 use is
, lr,vt thr toung in lineKofaetu.il ser
tier in tlie church am! coiuiuunltt'. and it
has shown, alread, exceptional i-o.mt and
Mr C. - Kucclrs. of Herlin Hel.'hts,
suggested that opiiortunit le citen for
the discu Ion of pijx'rs addres.se.1 to the
Mr. Mitshell, of Sprincfirld, nuotisl
Hisliop Wile, who said: While we hate
the children, Irt us keep thcti).
Itev. Mr. nimiulok- s.ii.1 that the qung
nien am t;tjiuen wi- unt 'irgtl t l.a.e u
hand in Ihe.-alijiion of Hit- world. This
societ was in accord with the spirit of the
age wa foreordained for this present
ijr. Ji'iERle- talj that tlm society at Her
lin Height was composed of repre-nliU-Ittc-
from all the churches.
Het. Mr. Klfe. of West .letfersop. iiu
presset! upon his ia,ipli tlie nrceaslt of
tletelophu; actltit among tire children, m
that the can work, not only for the con-ter-lon
of the jounc, but of the old a!-o.
.!. .soils eliim s.i 1. rifcs
Inten'-tiiigrt'ivirti. ttcrr giten from ocl-1 joined -iii.s' the constitution and roster was tne lames nate latmml hartl to icake the
etles. Mr. C. s Kuggles reported from J printed list fall. We aim to hate alt prom- 'e tures a sticces, runl J.011M meet with
Herlitt IleighLs. Tbe-ociet tvcupir.1 the I '""it club- join Us. to the end tint wema , encouragemett,
place of the pv-tor for aw Idle It had a ! l " lonccrt (during political campaigns,
mi tuber-hip nr "i! act lie ami '". associate. '"r ,,ie purpose of InrreoMiig the niinen.1 INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL WORK.
Mr. td Calloway reported f i Sema , strength if the, republican part, clorifjlint "T ,
(I'. 1- I (trcanued , jtme. i-s-,. ,(!, ,,5 it P.m1 dcuLs. and ai.t bt honorable " '' ,",'," I T1'.1 v"
memlH-ts. pre.-ent membership. V,. ..- to atnli. . tctory for our cause. Wr Xr """-" ""e '- ."."i.. -,,r.
Irt Mr. .tinltli, of rnia, rriKijtisI frniil i "clieie urganiaiioii i a imwerfii! meentlte For man monthsa -mall bam! of Spring
tl.e Thitil 1 1'. .oriel. Jt had been a I to work.and we desire cspeciall) to interest i,eld Lidies hate been contlucting a GirlS
.-rand help to him in church work. It is i 'be 3 ;"? J"'"" "f ; 'f '" this work. I1(,u,,na, s. htx.l t t,i, fltJ, a,l ,iley iiaTe
ri iiTiwi iii ii'4v,iiiuii iiiiii.irn .iiiii tHil.i i
. ... I
Joiier, of Dittoii. iei.irtel the '
.tir. i.. . Jol
,. ....!.. .11,,.. .. ,- tr L-
Kiioili"il "I " -l-iril 111 lililir .u. I..
..i,ri, i,.., , ii.., Th.m,l.
out (,'tiuimitteo" tisik pains to tind strangers
ami make them ft el at home.
M.ss Nettie Mt ("line, of Xrnia. reiortetl
from a -wiet in the I 're-h trrUu church
1,0 nirinurrs. a.ei-..ealti.'nil3nre. 't. J-ort-one
oung siple hate joinet! the church
during the jear. The consecration meetings
wr.e UT Useful. The rejKirt which was
a pond one- was prepateti by Miss Vrsbitt-
Tlie ronirntion tinik a recess until 2
A FREE FICHT,
Thrri tleo ami r.. II .mien ('rente li DIs
lurhittii f on t.trkt .i.iitrv,
litely stH'iie occurred on Market -quare
last eteiiing, which ru-ulted in the arrest
of three ii.cn and two women. The. scene
was enacttd at Frank M. 1'ratz's rrttaurant
ami was m the niture of a frer tight, l'ratz
and Jacob Alfaler beckiiie Intuited in a
quarrel, which reu!ted In a tight, and Fratz
hnilly kicked Alf.iteroiitof the restaurant.
hriuz a big cu-pltlore at him after he had
reached the piteinent. Mamie 1!) an and
Annie Miuhell, who were in the restaurant,
Uianie intuited in a tight, and wrre
hating a litely tussle whin Chief
Walker reached the scene. A tre
mendous crowd of people had as-cinbleil
and it was almost initss;ble to reach the
plait. When the chief arrited he placed
lfater and the two women under arrest
and w hen Charles Andrew- interfered hi,
also, was arreted Tlie patrol wagon was
calletl and upon its atriial the four nrr-ons
arrested were plan d in It. Chief Walker
then entered the restaurant ami unified
PraU to put on hi hat and coal and get
into the na.'im. lie lHi-lUtely refused to
tin any thing of the sort and be had tube
handled pretty roughly by Chief Walker
ami (Mhccr Hoyil before he was dually
placed in the wagon. The whole parly put
up ball at the station house.
At tlo Murrit.ee of Ml, Mnuile lynn to
.liltlge N in ton, of Itiili.tiiniitills. .it I ellt.M
Mr. Kd. (itllett, of the Springfield Setsl
couipaiiy. was a gue-t at the Lynn-Norton
wislding at Yellow vsirlng;s yesterday after
noon. The cereiiiony was at "2 o'clock, in
the Christian church, which was beautifully
decorated under the supertision of Mr. (!il
lett A lirge piece oter the altar where
the couple sttod was a design of smiiax
and carnations that apiearnt In the words,
.Vi um MM I'li-iit. A luite tills and extend
ing in trout of the altar was a grant! dis
play of cy eas palms ami -mil ix Intermingled
witli beautiful tinners. The hanging from
tlie arch of a large four-leaf cloter was one
of the m iny pretty things that attracted
The bride. Miss Maude I.ynn. was made
Mrs. Judge Nurtou, of Indianapolis, by the
It"t. Dr. Suiiiiiierbell in a nio.t tn;presiie
"lIlu,Ti ntle s,rlijr.
Where are the thousand and one people
that were going to buy piano and organs
this spring Not more than half of this
number hatebenn in to -ie us about the pur.
chae. Now do nut defer it until fall and
then to priii), aaaln. Come in now, as
)ou agreed with IL 1". Hrandom JL Co. tn
do. We bate a large and well seleatel
ktook ordered especially for ou to bu)
fiom tills i(.ring. Call and see u at once;
It won't cost you anything
Special sale of millinery Saturday, April
10, at lloyle's, SS south Limestone street.
A BASKET PICNIC
l.r.M .liitriiil.' l. 01
-tore It. ..111 ..t III I
mi. trull. n tl.iiiit i'i
nithili ( pillini I mi
. lilt t .stfrtl ij.
Whin the I ..union ( lothin.' . oiitpint. of
south I.imi.ouestreit. idtertis.-! that the
wiKiltl give aw a a lunch biski t lo etti
little (hit and Cirl tint applied at the store
aner -s-iiooi testerili ' I hnr-ul.it 1. it 1-pos-iblelhit
the did not know what sort
of .1 hi. 1I1 the were ti. ruing loos, m, ihcm
-cites liut the sedil found out he
primart grailes of th. -.pruiglieM s, hools
di-ini-s as e-arl as . 0. ami li that tune
the crowd began toassemblealHiiit th, thsirs
of the Loudon Co lit 1 01 lock, the hour
when the adtancisl cni.lt- are clo-e.1. the
croud hail doubled, ami half an hour latir
tliestreetttasasiiTertii.il! lih ketl with
children of all ages. s,.s and sifs. is
though twetitt car loulsof gruel had -ml
tlenl txen ilumpitl uou the thoroughfare
hut h another turnout of kids has net 1 r In en
seen in Spruufielil. It s.emeil as though
the tert air had blossomed into hildren
The lillttl the street tor a liuiiilreii ftst
each wat with a loiep-. t. struggling, ins
piring, shoulmg. mass of hum nut in
mall chunks Strctt 1 irs ami tehicles
came to a -taml-siill. l'tslestri ins t 011I.I
not get along the -nlewilk I lie iiolice
hat! hard work to keep the l.uceston.
street aitery open enough for the greit
circulation of the cll to piil-e fts'bl
through The adjoining ..tiirwajs were
full of children, am! hundreds ere
percluil upon the tore-lBies Kiiiiilnsls
of grown-up people ttatchetl the tlemoii-tra-tion
through rai-etl tt union,, along the
A single hie of kids were allowed to pv.s
thiuugh the store 111 a loiintant -treim. and
each child as he paved was h mileil a Iittlt
gall coloietl split-basket, suitable for an
thing that might strike the jutenile fane
Inspector McKa was stationetl at
the front door of the -ton to regulate the
admission of the children, but he had his
hands mightt full ami lo-t his temper
often as he would 111 setent tears
under ordinar conditions. MrK i wanleil'
the proprietor-to tluow oe-u the .louble !
diH.rs to the crowd, hut the ntu-eil. Had I
tint wild mob eter got inside 111 numbers '
the would liaiecarneil olf clothing, clerks. ,
and et Jr thing else but the -atmosphere. ,
For awhile ihu manager iri! the ripen-
went of throttiiigoi.tIi..lf a iltueu baskrt.
t u tune and allowing the 1 hihlrrn to
scramble for them. Hut this occasioned. crCe .f t,ol. He came to this countr
siichahulibubth.it -eten! kids U1 ttHir I -" "" fltflit jear- atjoanil IsNtiuiylii tlie
neck ami mouth walkel , tiinl stuurbotl 'u"' ' tlie seminar" ' the I'nitw! lrr
wouldhateTi'iinl been not mil kllltr-I f- '"-!' cJiurc! J.t Xenl... .vu.l will prolia
but smeared on th. ti.tter.ieMt if it hail '" felilllll, hating taken out nat-
hometliing oter-l.OuO bs,'otM nne gltrii '
awa in all. ami ttt co-t to the company
wa nluut SJ'i. Hut who ran -ill ul.lte the
talueof the adtertiseuient the receited "
i. i !,.. T, 71 T... .. ... gethe echo. Mr. Moosa imitated the ac-
n '.? u Vn !" ".h"S '., , "'"r"" t.ou and words of the Mussulman priest in
ci..b Hill .loin the Ohio lci.Mi..,lH. Miwille n,,wlfe,anit OIie,of llielr
l.enjrur. ihtllltlS. while he loiit.1 In th.. "lmI.."
(m 'I htrr-diy the Kt ri 1.1 k bru 11 inrn- j
tloneti the fact tint negnti itions were,
neiiiiiiij. looking to the Ilurkete . In). f '
Ibis .-111. iMiunliii . ..ei..l.r of iI.m lllon
i.epuuiicaii league, t lit lug m utt pre- w;
qther matter liotliiii; uiofe ,)uid be -aid
jesterdiH. but iffia) the letter receited b
secretary Monill.of tlie lluckec cluli.trtmi
Mr. 1!. J. Fanning, "-ttretar of thctleaue,
isglien. It Ua falictt-
UiUALtini s, Ohio, April 11. ss;,
i.. C. Mnrrttt. Sccretanr lluckcte KetoBlltait
Clati. ffprlngfleltl. phlu ,
Hi: in bt curs of recent date to .las.
HotlP, fattier of the Jlno liepublican i
league, was sent to me to .nutter. The
..klu.i ..rti...t....... .. i .i.... .. .. .
wujn i ill mt.iiaur .Hill UIIIOs .sllllIHIsii.
itsiueiubershipjou wiU und stain! in the
tnciurii entl) oi it t)-i.nts. There are,
et en other club- in the league, hating
"' "'"" v " "iti
inrn rnr war. ..Ti itiii fur Ninn.J V
men tor war. old men for nii-ii.nl ' We
'lia.ll lr clad to hate you join u-. and hen-
" ' ' V "-' l w..-x... " v I
.loi I li irbi.l I.. Imi .1 .ii 1. ....It.. '
uj exieuu tourciuua nearly imitation to
become a member of ihe Ohio Itepublicin
league. Cha-e Mewart. of your city, is the
executue, coiumlttreiii.il. for tour con-
griwslonal district, and 1 take pleasure r.i
referring on to him tor an fi.rther iufor-
illation n g.trding our leagu
Very tiuly yours,
H. J. Ft VMM,. Sirretary.
It is altogether probable that tlie Huckeye
club will bttqiie u i.irnilirr of thr Ohio
Iragiie and dttuilte aition on the initter
taken at the next meeting of the
ELOPING COUPLE FOUND.
Alhrrt iihwartz ami hiuni i U-il-tuii Ar
r..l.,lTlir (.iri Hi turns l,ni,e XI ill.
Iter Mother s.httartz Held.
As soon as Mrs Jane Kalston. the lady
who came to Springfield yesterday in search
of her daughter. Miss Kinitia, who had
eloped with Albert f-chwartz on tlienightof
thetitb Inst, from her home in Miami
count, had concluded the relation of her
-lory to Chief Walker e-terdi afternoon,
that oftictal took mea-uns to secure
the apprehension of Schwartz, if be was in
the city, knotting tliat if he could he luund
it would be a comparatitel) easy n.itirr to
locate the girl.
After diligent inquiry the ihlrf learned
that Schwartz was employed in the New
Champion shop as a helirr in thr wood
At tl o'clock the chief went to the hop
and accosted tr-ihiiart as he was leatiug
his work. He Lixe.1 littu with knowing the
tt hereabouts of thr girl ami told htm that to
atoid trouble he would Uttertelltiimither.
she was. Sehw irt weakriittl.it ome and
told the thief that Miss Itilston was em-
ntfi. iul -- i li tiii. t t,t tn n fnn. tli j.tt. .. .,!.
Mcchan'ir street. The family '-name is n..t
git en for obtious reasons. The chief then l
placed Schwartz under arrest ami lodged '
him in the station house (otng to the!
south Mechanic street resident e he found I
the girl ami told her that her mother b.ul I
come lu sran h of brr ami that shr would 1
hate to go with linn The girl I
rratlily rotisenteii to at-eompiny thrchiel.
r,l II m3 slulll III ilia l.lsl.illl.lll .f llJ-h,,s,..- I
(It til lliii -lis'lllll lill lr-l mi' III !!.-( I J - ,! I-s I
The l.ieettm' of the mother ..ml .1 in -hter
was most allecting. ami tin girl willingly
consented t return home with Mr- Hil
ton This morning tlie two look the tram
ft ir Tin), where the mother rxpet ted to file
an atlidat it ag.ti list Sthw.irtz for enticing
the girl, wlio i-not )et 1- )ears of age.
away from home.
:.cliii.irtz is a good looking )oung frllow
and denies that there was anything wrong
in his relations with .Miss Hil-ton. He ad
mils hating brought her to this citv. but
sa)s tliat be did so through her solicitation
and for no other purpisi than to pro
rure her a plate to work. His wife does
not lite with hint, but is at nre-uUullh
her parents in Miami tount). It is said
that Schwartz has considerable abllit) as a
boxer, and that he has !cen one of the
principals in seteral rattling -lugging
He will be hi Id to await tlie action of the
Miami county authorities.
A Slnf.ll lllnrt.
At 1-2:.10 o'clock this afternoon an alirm
of lire from box til, at the comer of Monroe
and Spring streets, summoned the Centrals,
Westerns and Southerns to extinguish a
small blaze In tlie roof of a large, two-story
house on (lillett aienue, owned by tlie
C.illett estate ami occupied by Daniel
O'Hrien and seteral others. The fire ori
ginated from sparks from a chimney which
Ignited the ro if. The damage done did, not
amount to more than $10.
r. mil tlr- tlui.su t..ir It f..r nlll
Hut a small aiiilieme was present at
temper in. e hill la-t nicht to greet Mr. and
Mis Ibrihim Moo-a, thcKgptiau lontert
But all who were there were highl) tle
lightctl with the ciitirMlumcnt and ioiisk'
eretl thtiitsehes well repaid for time ami 1
none) expeinicil. The eiitertaiiinient w.i- ,
worth ot irrottiletl lioti-e. ami the Muple
of sprincne!d. esria!l those interested
in church ami nil ton work, -hould atone
for the lark of intere-t ilisplated list mcht.
b coming out in full force tonight.
it ns?jel o'clock. Mr. and JIrs M wi-i
entered anil took -eats upon the plillonn
I bet were in full natite co-tume. Ket
lo-eph Ktle took a seat with them anil
ittera -hurt iraer b Dr Kmlc. mail.
a lew brief iutrodtictor remarks, pri-i nl
nig tlr. M00-1. who remotetl his outer gar
ueitt. or oterioat. ant! stcp;s
forth in tlie picturesque costume of the
natite-. with which the genral reader i
soinenh.it familiar from ob-ertinc them In
pit lures, lie makes a ter hue appcar
anie, thus arraisl. and possesses an mtel
l.geiit t ounten.UK e. He speaks ipiUe well.
:it it times makes -light linguistic break
iml -tagger-, thit only add interest
l-areitia, his wife, appearet! totall cntel
ipetl m the ungainl outer garment of the
hilt ptians, with the long tell reaching from
her etes ilowintartl These she remotetl
to allow of t ouifort ible. brrithing. but af
terward resiimeil ami thus arr.ietl maile a
rounil of the aisles to illustrate the appear
ance of women in public in KgpL Tlie
lougieil alread concealeil ali buttheees,
ami tint outer garment is held al.te ami in
front of the ees so a. to allow the wearer
to s,. the groiint! before her. but at the
-ante tune not expose so mttih of her
charms as the !o!nt nf a pin would cotcr.
Mr Moosa tlisplajetl much fecllnc in com
paring the condition of women in tint
countrt and his natite country, where he
suit their tsiiidition was hopeless m the ex
"erne, lie graplncill tiortraei! thetcirp tn llP known that uaw
,r,aI- "-uffermg and tlifliculties which In-set 3" C lU UC. HUWII 1111 WSJ
a mn-iotiart. esiKViall lu L'pHr Egpt,OUrneW STOCK OT OlOVeS CM
wheie Kuroirrr.iu an few and far between cnnnlv thp ItRPPGiaru aptinlas
!'- M" whs hlnt-.lf raise.1 in the Mo-. ,"-J'-' U,B "B'5ry aniCie8.
"i'iiurtlaii faith, and labored jealousl iulAtOUCa DaiT We Offer VOU
thit It. her. and saiu.w when he thinks '.. Cranrl 1 ..,!.,. unrh TTRi.
't ot er he ranuot sro how hertrr came to!""'. rdllU UCdUBr, WOnn OC.
"H 'eonterteii io ( nrtstiault. sate bt the
uralUation pipers, so as to have the protrr-
""" """' wl" ''lve ,ll,n "''e'1 hetloes return
1 to Fit i.t -v. a n.lsslnnar.
I Aniur.it the r.gptlan customs introduced
.l.j.Mr. and Mr-. Moosa were a weird
j I'g'tptiiii songb) tlie latter, the call to prat -lersb
Mr. Moo-a. asilsteil by lilt wife, who
making a kintl of inexpressible miuii.!. The
de - irlptiou of the wtxung m tluit countr
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wiweeii oos oi -een 'slut eitftit and fair
tit II.L Itf nlr-..IB I... wr, . n. ......
"" ' -i, jMr twin u.-
,iui' jo-lx'twecns, ant!
ruent of the subsequent wedding, ti
Citing of thewetldiugco.thedaiiciiig. in
were all excredluglt interesting. Mrs.
Moosa aUo gave Hie doleful lamentation at
The lecture tonl.'ht will lie on "The
Nile." that most wonderful of riters, and
man ..tber matters ot Interest wilt le
tOLched iimn. The lecturer will emleator
lo answer any am! all question propound-
eti to linn louight. anil the audience is ex-.
!,tnl lo come Ioade.1. Tne lecture is de-
ertiiigof a large patronage, and theob-f
11. t.. i. t.t,1. ,t.u .... .i. .. ..... ..i i
j... .ii. ut- iitivos u iiiinieij. l
the Mission Ham! of the L'liitrtI rre-bte-
"aii eniiren ami ineitomiirs i iirisiian
lemperante union are both tiormi. und
'"COiiipnneii t,reai mi
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.MT"iiiiuiir isiriii IKH. 111c 'M'.k v
comparatitel new in Springfield, ami to
git e ttio-e ttim tlo not nnderstanit the wort
an idea of w hat the ladles hope to accom-
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l'I'-l""r'S ''e ooining year. Ml- lola
' Fox. one of the principal workers in the
I i.rit.t-tiel.l schiHd contributes the follmtii.r
..s- Kiii- '
oncernmg the e...a school, which i one
oi tne mosi iiourisuiiig in tinio
Saturday. April y. closet! the tifth year
1 of the Cirls' Industrial sclusil in Xenia.
i The exercises were belt! In Industrial hall.
a commodious set iindtory room, granted
to thr ladirs liatiug tlie -chool in charge by
Mr. Kit Milieu, a well kno.in brnetoleiit
gentleman of Ihe little city. They are not
onl allow etl the Use of the room for then
school, but at any time may r-nt the room
ami money thus retell etl u-ed for the bene
fit of the school, ami as the enterprise is
entirely supported by pritate charity, this
is a great prit liege.
With an energetic president, good board
of managers and teachers, the hie years
hue been full of got! results. The pro
gramme iast Saturday was as follows: bong
by school, prayer, recitation of scripture
texts, song, secretary's report, trrasurer's
rrport, -ong. Kitchen Harden, solo by Mi-s
Monger, talk, by Ibrahim Moosa ant! wife:
Het, Wright, talk on Easter- presentation
of Kaster cards; ong.
The sinning, conducted by Miss Monger,
showed exiellent training. The kitc'ien
ganleii department, in care of Miss
McClure, a new and interesting feature of
tlie school, was Introduced onlt lite weeks
ago. Ihe lite IrssMiis had certainly been
well taught to apt pupils. The proper care
of a bed room came tirst, questions asked by
tlir nistnictrc-s and au-wrred by theschool
l'wo little girls then stepped to the front
.ttid with a crib bed ierfonned the onera-
lions perilously ite-en!ed. The clothing
I wis laid out to air. matre-s turned from
I em! to end. the clothing then replaced, the
' tr.icherqiitstioiiiiighotiand why such things
were done, the girls giilng the answers.
Next came a mock dinner. The table was
-el, a family or four girls took their places.
Two wai re e -cried the meal In three
courses, consisting of t-t soup. 2d
Me it, legetablcs, etc. Sd Dr-ert, The
rules of etiquette were obscrtetl through
out. The girls nioied promptly a'ldquietl)
in their work. .Mr. .uoosa ami wile.
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I 'l"--- "' i ptiail Costume, talked to the
children in a tery pleasing manner wrni
through the prt tense of a : leal in Lgyptiau
sty le. and as he said to the children it was
much shorter and less trouble than
their-, told them of some of the
game- played in ids country: also of their
manner of educating the bo)s. ami how the
girls must stay at home and play with their
dolls and hate no educatioi at all. and all
because they knew no Jesi-s there, that hi
countr was in darkness and ignorance,
some brliriers in one religion, others in an
other, but they knew little of the true (iod
that is tilling our land with lot ing hearts
and willing hands to help the needy and un
fortunate ones, both tn our own and foreign
Iter. Henry Tin kley in .Trt.un.i.
Tomorrow etening Itev. Henry Tncklet,
pastor of St Paul's church, Springiield. will
address a Cnion Sunda) school meeting at
(Irace church, there will certainly be a
large attendance. The object of the meet
ing will interest all who are in any way
concerned in Sunday -chool or home mls--ion
work, and tlie ability and popularity
if the speaker will attract eten for his own
sake, (loot! music will be a feature of the
etening. Let etery Christian worker be
present who can possibly attend, ,-,'rbatia
What is the use. or i-iyhig S2.50 and 33
for a pair of &&, when SL John A Kerd,
13 west Main, will sell you a nice dress, shoe
tor Sl.M and 82,
-rn 1 i. iixiu; ti.s ij,
Black Tricotine Silk
AT $1.23, WOKTH $1.30.
24 IN. BLACK SURAH
IT l MOUTH HI.3.T.
Faille Francalse and (Iro drain
Silks at .Special Loir Prices.
' V. no H.iin'Mtiie.
N H. Kane and I'laln Fans, Hard
I'amted, and (.auze Fans, of 1'arU. Vienna
am! Japan make, open .inlay.
:tl and :ie South Limestone St.
Somebody says that "a lady
is best known by her gloves."
That may be so, and it may
not : but if vou have anv de-
inis is a giove in an tne
new shades that cannot be
matched elsewhere in the city
at the price. Our Undressed
Kid Gloves in tan colors, with
heavy wide stitching on the
backs, at $1 a pair, come
next; they are the most sty
lish and desirable thing in
this season's goods now on
Our next is the "Saxon
Dnsitl,, n Imnm lAMMai. .f
"cauij, a tuny icnyui, reiti
kid n nvp with thn nnw stitnh.
:, CI or- : i.
n9S 3t 9l.c5 3. pSLW. IT y8U
uant tho fin net nlnua in lha
city for the smallest amount.
buy this beautiful glove ; it is
as good as any $1.75 gleve we
have seen lately.
Those are only a few of the
leading things in the Glove
We carry an
assortment of the popular
makes for ladies' wear.
A WORD TO THE MEN FOLKS :
They won't read it, but perhaps tlie ladies
will call their attention to this special bar
gain for us. We offer this week a lot of
Knglisn dogskin gloves. (Dent's make), at
half the regular price, ilz. : SI a pair ;
the come In uncolored leather shades only
and are the Irst am! latest thing in the
market for a good wearing or driving
glote , worth SJ a pair in N'ew York.
Our Fancy Notion Department is a kind
of Mu-eum and Art Gallery combined
poclxet txioKs, purses, picture Irauies. per
turnery, rings, pins, hair ornaments, ear
rini?3,iair brushes, tooth brushes, comb
l of all kinds, scissors and sliears. tape mea-
, ures. thimbles, etc.. etc. We ask dry good.
prices only for these goods, and can saie
y oil pay ing .s.,inebody eLse a big profit if
you will patronize this department when
ou want any of the abot e articles. About
the scissors w e sell : Huberts' llazor Steel
goods only; warrant etery pair, and will
refund the money after a fair trial, should
they proi e unsatisfactory-
Our Hustle and Corset Department U
oierdowing with curiosities. There seem
to be no end to the intentive faculty of
bustle makers, hut they all sell, though our
famous Iaitta and Folding Spring makes,
-till lead the tan.
K ZzMli &-
LATEST HAT OUT,
Lemon and Vanilla,
Guaranteed to be the finest made.
GROWN PRINCE COFFEES !
Ilest in the market. Our Teas can
not be equaled.
New York Cream Cheese,
The very finest and richest that can
be. had, also Kdam and Pineapple
Cheese. Remember we are re
ceiving FRESH FISH DAILY.
S. J. STRAL-Y & CO.
is amo is -u-st most tn-uorr.
Prompt trra B41 l.T. TtI.Y 9
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