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X i n ij m i i),.i jti i)! r m Spritiflfifld grpubtu O.DEJI OlILT-HRCEST CIRCUUUO. i BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM: Ppringfitld gttpubJfc, I'KICK Or DAILY ONLY TEN ICENTSIPER WEEK. SPRlMiFJELl), ()., 'ITKMm i:LIN(. PKILlit. issT, VOL. XXXI II NO. q: PRICE TWO CENTS. JltmngfMti Pailj) lUpurlit. K k-. L WtATHER FACTS. Wmato. Vwll I OMo tWarnlrr mitl krlirril.V tan we.it her Sl'KINGFItlTi. O.. April 19, 1SS7. 1 J K 'I here is fer) indication of! ... .. 11 -1 1. . - .1 .1 spi-11 u. weauier at inis writing. The spell nou in vogue calls into requisition such arti cles of wearing apparel as are best adapted to turning water, and under-garments of some sort of warmth. We, public, are almost forced to swap back to winter vestures, and don a top coat of rubber, to be, in a degree, comfortably dressed. No House on Earth Can till the requirements ifj 1 itiin'c ,lr,.cc fnr nil enrte f, mail b uri.Sb lor ail buns UI . . , . i ciicrs iu.icm;i il utciui laics, ill better Styles, show better J ' variety and surround you with better air and light for dealing than the same old talked about WHEN. It is the house of houses, ! singled out and standing alone for reliability in dealing and stuffs to dress man, youth, boy or child. PLAIN FIGURES, One Price and Square Deal ing to all. One Trice Gents' Clothiers lurnishers, 2.-. AM) 5T WEsf MAIN ST NEW GOODS JI'ST ltECElVEl), AT Prices That Dei) Competition. CALL EARLY And secure a Innraln. Every 1111111; new in NoeltleH at J. I 21 NORTH MARKET. 15 'tween Main and Columbia Streets. 11 r lon. tiifo. MOiii.. HOHL&LYON RELIABLE FOOD PilOOUCTS AMI FAMILY SUPPLIES. The let Canned and Bottled (Joods. Stiictljr Pure and Flrsl-Clag (.'ocmIh, at Lowest Prices. The Late C. T. Ward Grocery, 7 WEST MAIN ST., Corner of Center, Spring Held, 0. TKI.KI HONK HO. ti. Si W N T GOOD HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS. SS& Improved KENTUCKY FARMS from 3) .to wil rrrit. at prtcei from II to IK per cre For particulars addreii JAMES MOORE, Klnc' Mountain St., Kj. PATRICK ECAX HEARD FROM.! He Cables Hetiry Labouibere. Editor of "Truth" aud M. P.. Thai Tarud! Never 1 Wrote Him that "Times" Letter 4 lttlllrr.ii n XVlllli.l Mainler r Hell l- U.rirtl llrull.Mk in I li.il.li - Vn ohl Mhii Ili-clmix.! frmn V iilitt in lis,iirl Itailroatl illi.l I.Ythe ss.itiafed Pus 1.iiii. N'eb, April l'l Mr Patrick Fgan has addressed the following cable message tu lion Mem) Labouehere "Saundersou's siatcm ill- la teferciiee tu me are all u111111t1gal.1ls.11d illtnl slanders I 'arm 11 neer wrote 1111 .in) sin h letter a-, that ijuotetl 111 the lundoi. Tiiid-. 'Hie whole thing is a base taliue.ition 1 1 1. 1 I DRIVINC OUT THE bETTLERS 1 nn.lile I e iiril mi r.lil of 111. l'r ..rill's Ol.trr. Mlliiki, Ajiril l'l MinneaimlK sii tal says Couipauv K. Kleventh .11 faul.y. stationed .it Fort Milley, received unit rs ycste.day topineed at olue to 111- ueltago .mil Crow (reek reservation and drive the settlers from tin e Limit The company uiiiUr command of Caje tain Myers left yesterday en nine ami tamped at Canning last night. The ontt-rs art" reortcd to he strit t. calling for the destruction of procrty if necessary, ami the ue ol guns ami hall. .The greatest excitement exists anil it would not W siir prising tu see a iiiiniature Kiel retiellinii inaugurated on these lauds. This terntorv was thrown oeu In the Arthur administra tion on February""", l--!, and thousands 01 honest settlers from all jiarts of the United Mates rushed m and took ossession ot the claims. Cleveland' revocation of rthur's linn lamation made hundreds of ianp, r- THE CROWINC CROPS. teiirnllt FmiirnMe Kepnri tniin Mntu ktntrs. t'l 1 1 1 .M. April l'l On ohm Kin r of this week will give rcimrts from oer hft) counties 111 Ohio ami a larve number I from elRht other states and Canada, as f.,1-1 Ions Atmttt imts-fimrtb of the counties m, Ohio reiHitt imisiects for a crop of i' to ,'ni IK'r c-eiit. of last j ear's crop, half of the (unities will have n to . ik-i cent., and the other ipiarter from T.'i to tti ier tent ot thecroti Old) two counties in Ohio re- 1 isirt a lair crop i:cuts from Indiana. West irginm and renus)lvania are verv similar toOhiii. HI 1 iliois ami Mit lug-ail remrl '.O to "it lr t enL I lf fl,, crop wmIt Canada, New ork. Kentucky. Mar) land ami Mlvsouri reimrt lair u tun sianu aim promise, in an re- Iorts, when the matter was nientionett at all.it appears that roo.1 drainage. Ktid preiiaratlon of sil and proper fertilizing 1 Jiave nre ented any inji.i), except from re cent drouth. NO SUPREME COURT JURY. Iluirtiint llerialon mi A I'olnt Inciilfii tnllj KM .iil hi 11 Itnllrontl butt, special liispatcnto the llepuhlie Cm 1 xii.i s. ()., April 10 - In the suit 1. ). 1 . .1 . 1 .1 1 .11 1" monies 1. &ininio.s, u irtaiKiii, ir- Corbiu to oust the lllood f.ictlon mini the ... . . .... ,. . .,,,,,, .... , Inewed his subscription to the Hlim isi 11 control u the Cleveland and Canton road. 1 ,,, ulornic. lle. Iu, beeiv'a'sulwrjber to the ilefendaiits deiuantted ajur trial bctore ,e ltF.fl Ul ic for sixt) jears. 1 the supreme court. The court tleildtsl this u'im'K ht ev ha.l not the right to trial b) jur) in that tribunal This is the hrM lime that tins iiestion was ever tin nlnl in Ohm DYNAMITE. Ton Men KIlliM-Ollir r Injnr.sl. I Ml irni.T's C.ikm lis, N. Y April l'l At '.I o'clock this uior.iing an explosion ti cuneil at shaft So. Z of the new aijuetluct In the north heading. John C)ne was ui sLintlv killeil and a Hungarian, whose name i, unknown, was fatal.) injured. ' Five others were hurt, some with broken legs and arms and t'jes blown out. Th m. idet.t wis cilils.il U the exlilnsliin of : d)iiniitecartriilge which remainetl unex-, olothil in one ot the nrevious roiintl of holes. FLORIDA. Tlif SfliiltorlHl ratttii. J vti.stiNX.ii r. Kla , April l'l The jdeadlmk 111 the state legislature over the jjjjJ sinatorial iiuestion continues. The demo cratic laiiciis ballotetl all last night without result. The last ballot vv as taken about.' oehs-k this morning and stood -Perrx, 47. Illoxhaui 11. The caucus then adjourned till evening. Arm ngem -tits ale being made to ttistribute ballots so as not to elect in tlie legislature until caucus nominates. As.ignr.1. Civnwin. Vpn! lit- Louis .V Co, dealers 111 furniture and household good. it... avsigimt tola), to l'ml A. Johnson Tlie assets are estimated at 1 k'i,iKHI, lia bilities, io.bou. The assigiiineiit was 1 cau-ed b) an attai-lunent to secure a lu.Ig-' ment for S.'U.OiHi. Iu favor of Mrs. hdgar M. .lohi.son. Preferences were made amounting to over sl.l.uoo. of winch SPJ. uocl was In favor of Annie llerlacher. Im 1I011, England, an aunt of Mr. Fre.1 l.ouis I w ho alone 1 arned 01. tlie business. l'i kerf Up at .. N't vv YoitK, April 10. T lie steamer Hen-1 efactor. from Wilmington, which arrived )estenU). reports April loth oft Caiie Hat - teras picking upajawl boat containing 1 -.t.tit 1l..i.lrcjtn mil fntir men tMiimr I ,.rf,.f tlie. .f tl.o .iinnner r:.s,r,.e -s t........ .... ... - - .- r,. . . Marts, from Ilaltimore. for Charleston, she1 having been from some unknown cause IIIOWII up, BHU lUUh uic ni . iicitH. l.iai morning, killing tlie tint mate, Mr. .Nute, I and one seaman. Those rescued lost ev ei 1 1 nng eneept what the) hadon.oiieof whom I uas badly bunietl about the face and hands. Ilailronil .X.rl.lenl. St. Juiissvii 1 h. N Y., April pi passenger train 011 the New ork Central railroad met with an accident near this plate at 11 .0 111 luck last night. Aland slide cau-e.1 the rails tj sp.ead. throwing the engine trom the trai k. hngineer Ktl- 1 ward Canarr was killed, and Fireman K 1 W lice, of Albaii), had a leg broken. Tlie passengers were badly shaken up. but none I w ere serious!) injured. AN OHIO MAN. lie is lllscl..iritl Irotil i'n.lo.l) In Xi.. snurl. Isi.H'i M.I Nt f. Mo.. April l'. -Samuel 1 1 ischalTer. late of l.am aster, Ohio, was dismissed 111 Judge White's eouit, on an iwdictment tor having hired a man named ' Mien to kill .lohn T. Hlair, of N'ew .Iere) 1 Mien falltil to apjear. Trirtllc ili.rni Kep.rtiMl Cn .: t si.N. W. Va . April in. ter rible storm passtil over this -t tion of tlif state ) esterda) . doing little damage hen hut sweeping timber, -mail houses, fences, etc m the coiintr) tllstm ts smith.it hue Almve Kanawha Falls large trees were thrown across the railroad track, detaining trains. The damage cannot tie estimated Mr. Illnlt.f Start. Kail. Chic Vpril la. Walker lilauie re reived a telegram from his father, James . lilauie, jesterday afternoon dated Fort Cib son and reading as rollows: 'I.eave hero tonight. Hoie to be iu Chicago Wetines day morning." tienta' genuine kangaroo shoes only $3.00 at Mouse & Parson'. HOT FlCHT BETWFEN PARTNERS. tng-illon . mm . tl In imrt l.ht llettierll It... tit V llHH fi.r t'itt Win. II) Ills all. mil'). t.enrge Npcme. "i . U at tor. this 1 1 uesday ninirniug tiled suit Hi the eouit of common pic is. against I dward Kv.111 and thccitv of priugtield. Ihepe-i Mum -its forth lime 1, Ism,, the planum j mule aeo-paitnerslup agreement with aid I l!)an li) width the) were to funitsli the material and erfuriii all the work tor the ahutiiieiitsof three bridges fm the 1 C. A St L. railway one two miles south of the cit). one at Oldtown and 011e.it Vina Viiuiug other stipulations w.is one that the partners tontnhute tiiial'y to the excuses for lalwir and material, hviit thesiine time plaintiff and tlefemlant jointly took In mi the tit) the cuitl . t toi 11.11M1U1! in; the ahutiueiits of llic I .u tor unit railwa) hrnU'e at 1 '.0 per ciihit fartltit stone The plauititf toiniueiuetl the work on the Clark tount) hruli;c Jul) 11, and continued regular!) to suerintend the sime until "septemlHT IT. Isi. and dunne that tune ptid out ?4 4'i " lor hands. .!Vt ss and lor tare. !' .0 That admit eptemlier 1" an estimate of J.uiK) was al Iowe.1 In therailwa) couipan). which lljan ctnuertetl entirel) to his own use. plamtlll receumi: none I p to this turn U) in hiul furiuslit-tl 110 loeans to i.irn on the wolk Hut nil p sin vr waspiitonalNiufM-iiteuitHr J11. when Kmui I'litn.im and apt 1111 hdw.tnl I. Iliithwal-ai-cinliin.' to the petition, told the hands 1 ter. C.encril Keifer. whose suest (.eneral that HolMi had no lotmer an authont) and not t uliev linn. T lie petition charRes that liv. in had nnde another iimtnu't with the I 1" I A St. 1. on an entirel) dilft rent lusis and lime. Dial he has now itvcived pa) , tor the tliit-e nriilires ami a ian;e imrinin fm tlit'F.utorv strts-t iulik-i- alhiut -.1,111111 mall, with sS.iH)(lvt due him aiiddelend- and ret uses to advantv plalntitf au)tlunc , for iiione) paid out or sliaie m the prolits as a partner, or to pa) his (i;wnsi snare nt the exis-iise. '1 he plaintiff tlieretore a-ks tliata teceiver ma) Ik- apmintisl to colltvt all iiione) due or to liecome . . Hit I' tliHtirm. to iiinuilele said work and have clurse of all the assets of said pirtner lup I lint Kx .tu mi) lie enjoined trom collet-tun; an) more iiione) from said ntv. ami the tit) lie required to pa) all the mone) due and to become due to said re ceiver. That an account ma) b- taken of said partncr-hip ami the amount due e.n li l"" anJ lev-all) ascertaiucsl i,iri. n.-.m, ..r n c I1.I.1. This uinrniiiK the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs sunon CtKinev, who reside oil the eorncr of Washington an J ( .all i,'her streets, died sudden!) The child was just ns ov enna from the measles. Mrs. nonet lelt it in bed while she prepared breakfast, and when she n tiirne-.! to take up the child it was dead The funeral will mvuroii Wetlnesta) afternoon at . oMmk, at M. ILipluel'sihurch. Ilenlli of .liilimij 4 rtiy. .lolinii) Crav died jestenla) afternoon at the home of his mother. Mrs. Andy Karrrll. on tin levee, of nouraliiia of the heart. He leaves a wife and two children to mourn his loss. He was vvell known atiout town, having for a tune kept the "liulldoe" saloon in the west end. He was :!inusiit W and well educated. I or Mlt) e.ii-s. i ,. i 'el ..- t, .-!.... . I (If al.lelltuc l'stM iu lllf I'rf sliletil. Nut iii.k. April l'l- In a prominent pUce on the editorial page of the Ft 1 mm; '...(. is toda) printed a long editotlal under the caption ''The Importance of the Fin ish." Following Is an extra, t "We win believe tirml) in the grea siipe-1 nont) ot President Cleveland to an) of Ills lectin predecessors in his manner of uslu the patronage of the nverinent. cannot coucealfroni ourselvts nevertheless, that it is in the highest de-! gree dangerous to enter on the last vearof , his administration without great.) cheeking' ie po.ii.cai armii) '. smicui uai niour- dinates and not onlv this, but witout giv ing the public a good man) cmispicuou exampl s. tietwec-n if the kind now ami .Mine, ' of administration lsv he had m niinil when he wrote his nlebrated letter to Mr. deorge William Curtis ami others. A good luanv geiitleuitn aie m fact now preparing for his renoniina tin in w a) s which will make it extteinelv tlitlicult for civil serv ne reformers to go to the polls tor bun with the alacrit) the) dis pli)til m liM." INDIA. The V.. lifer is Til w art fit mill llefe ltet III U Xl.sslnll P...VIUVX. pnl pi. Parawaui Khan. .. . , , , . . the Mgbaii tsuiiiiia nder, who was suit out " I.) the ameer with a forte of '..000 men to avenge the retent iiiassacie ot (ilialani Haider Khan, the governor of Maruf. b) the f.hilzats, wliose reMlioii he had set out to suppress, was met and routed. south of CI111211', bv theiebels. 'Ibe Khan of Hher had n Ih-IIii! against the Ameer. He has attackisl ami defeated the Khan of llodol.nra and captured two ol the latter' villages ami a iuautit) of breai h loading rules. AN INVESTIGATION. The 1 mill l.f tlif ( lllirges e li.l.t '.tll.rll i til tf Testfsl. I..ixt.t), April IU. In tlie house nf com mons this afternoon. Mr. Caldwell (Liberal . rnloi.istl gave notice that he would uove for the apiKiintnient of a elet t committee ' to investigate tlie charges made bv the I nm and other Irish leaders m t ounce wn utll frilU , ,rplaI11, I Chiiiige In f .uitiu.iiiit. W vitiNt.ii. April 11'.- Major I.eneral Terr), who commands the division of Mis souri, will discharge the duties of general commanding the department of Missouri until n siitxesstir is appointed to sucteed C.eneral Wilcox, it tired. Helias apisuntetl Colonel Merritt to the vacant brigadier gen eralship, hut it does not ncces-aril) carrv j with it the command of tlietlepirtinent of Missouri, and tlie.e 1 understood to Ik' some coiiiH'titioii among tl e brigadier gen crab- for the siicce-smii The ..ip ntitl I'rn.siii. Houi . pnl l'.. T he atlcan has tieen iutoruieil b) the tenter part) in lower house ot the Prussian diet that the) will atce.lt' to tlie ixipe's wish to vote tor the ecclesiast ical bill 111 tlie lorui in whldi it passed the upltr house, but that the) disclaim ail re-n-i)slliilit) for abaiiilonmg the amendments the) intended to otfei to the measure in tlie lower house. Kul. Vi.lii.t Si.-lil VV nrk. I Piirsiu i. Vpnl l'l. Tlie iiiathinists i in all the tube works .11 Western Peni.syl . va.na made a united demand ttsliv for an advante 111 wagtiof hit) ieri ent. for night , work, the ini 11 aso to take elltx t on the 1st ol Ma) Tlie puriN-se of the movement is I to have night work abolished, s. that uioie lueilianics will l- put on. olemiuirgnrtiie Ilenters 1 inerf. V. w oi:k. pril IU. AUiut lift) deal ers in oleomargarine 111 the court of general sessions ) esterda) pleaded guilt) of violat ing the law and were lined from S'.0 to $100 cacti. font ilillilneiits. ' PlTTsin 1:0. April 11). It Is estimated that 9,000.000 bushels of coa! will be bhlpped to lower ports by river within the next ts hours. TURKEY AM) THE TURKS. General Lew Wallace Lectures Before .1 Magtiitiieut Audience at Bluk's Opera House Lt Night. The Xillh.il ..I Hi II lllir" llrlicllls His 11. 111.. 1. . till 11 llrlltiimt K. . Ilil nf IVi niutt oiisrrt nt Inns In Inr- l.t Xiiiiini; Id 1 tirks l.eneial Lew W.ill.uc. tin di'tingii shetl soldier ami itilhor. deli rttl his let. tun oil 'Tiirkev ami the 1'urk-." mi Momla) night at lll.11 k's i.ira house, hetoie a tine audi dice It is si-hliiiii, indeitl, that a larger and mure trill) 1 ieiies,ntatie audience Kletls .1 hrtiiier ill sprliiBheld than that whuhtlie iiithor of "lieu llur" uldressed last nlL'lit The ItAture was deliertsl for the Ivnelit ol the Ladies' Mlssiouar) m let) of the seiimtl I'reslijterixu 1 hiirch. antt it is a pleasure to rttord that a hamlsmne sum was realied It) tin si iet). 'I hose who oitupietl s.its on the staice with i.eiieral Wall tee weie lr limw II. I'lillerton pastor or the ."secontl l'resh)te li.tn thiinh (.entral .I.Warren Keller I'oloiiel.laiiifs I Meuart, CaptUiiK Wall.ne was tluriiu his linef stav m tin ' "v intriHliicetl the lecturer 111 a en irac ter-, Isticall) aid and appropriatu sps h Lent ml WalUe received a j i.i m 1.111 .i.i him , .tpjuiiiisi- v slr ,..,....,.......... k,,, Ins InMuie His wiiimni: addiess ples his amtitois v Itliout oratorical prt tence. "e delivi itsl his IcUiue witli a siiavitv and cnuncsi .111.1 tiiKiuiv 01 nimui" m - , iiuium. dim an ev ult nt honest) of 1 opinion inai tirew respect ins opiMinu nitv as mmisier to inrke) was so exceiitm r.. ,1... -.... ..r ..... ... 1.. i.b.ti.r . 111 sin.tj 111 iii-. iii'hai, llini lli n.inM vvas cr) instructive. ( The lecture oj-ul vv .11. a short ae. mint . of the wa) in which the Turks came into. n,...., ni.rn.Hir kim.i...,i .i.ii.w... ....I .. .H. . -. 1 f hi ....f ..r .1...1. ... 1 - - -"- - '.. . ereatnes, in the . vnt r their territory in Knro,-. and Asia The lecturer then turned hi, attention to the iH-rsonalit) of the Turk, In the '.clnniUB. he said he wished to up- "",- of the ancient piejud.ces against I the Turk riie Turkish Christians never . sike of the Turks except as , logs. ' and stlieriialioi.il aught up thetrv without piois-r in.iur) as to the 1 ' '?!ikl t 1.1 sum 1 1 w w vt 1 t 1 .ilsiitss ,.t un r 111111 I. iintsi ins aijniiniiiiriiis iirie, ei) ail epi III the case of xuienca, be said we were.abl). I t'i apt to adojit ieail)-ni.ule opinions We long ago iiii-nreti our ikhuii-.u .ni.eni.-1 tnee iiiun LiiKidiiu, im, mi- sini itr.ni 1.0- gl.l. papers and hooks. iml draw from them Knv'Iish prejudices conternlng foreign na-' timis. lie hosil tor the time when we 1 would lie a indeindent in the formation f ur opinions a. In other things our tpmions as in ouirr u.i.iL-s. ltneite.1 i.innt. iilen.nnt TeAtitres in tlie ' is-rstmalityof the Turk in disproof of tlie i iMinular iutlcinent a-'.inist that iHiniie Ills rt-siuence in curKev g.iveuiiu me ojiiKiriu uitv for examining the charatter if the Turk, ami in ver) man) wa) it slione bnghtlv in coiiiparison with its neighlmrs j and with other (.copies. There were mail) drunken men to ! seen iu Constantinople hut the) were alwa)s Christians, not lurks. The lurks clung to the old pnnci-, I !e ot their laith, teiniieratice. Thev aie tender to children The) were never cruel I to dumb lieasts. The Turkish carrier never , rides, but alw.t)s walks b) the head of . his horse- and the woes and pains i ot the multitudinous dogs ot j Constantinople do not arise from I lurktsl. hands. The) have a great resptx t ami honor for woman, and give her a plai e. ., . i,,, . , , . I in their sK'ial Iilitv, ttK deep and sacred rr ,,,,,, ,.,nmfiit. The) are not cow - anil), but are heroes tn war. llie breadth of their former domain proves the courage nf I inks 111 the old time under the siivt.t.w.ii nil i'i:wmis TurkNi eavalr) won exclamations of ad miration trom aileon ami their comlucl j on tlieir later battle lields, at "dmika Pass, and elsewhere, prove them as brave a sol I dier) a, there is on earth What fault there is lies with their olllcers. if thev have a suprt me trait, it Is military virtue, llie) are very devout and laithfui to the tenets ol their religion. As striking a scene as one of the west can look iiisin is tlie spectacle of thousands of tills ieople at a common moment and with a common devotion ofteriug tlieir worship to ("rtxi. with their faces turned toward the Iml) cut) Mtvca. Turks are the politest eop!eof which he knew the) embody in tlieir motion of salutation the verv spirit of grace and resiect One of the mistakes of the rapid tour ist is liis supHsiti()ii that every man wear ing a Wi is .1 Turk. True, ever) follow er ol the prophet wears artti fez. but tlie converse is not true that the fez is an in dubitable bulge of the Turk. The surest plate to see the )oung Turk is in the ami). In youth he is general!) to be found therein, and the uniform is a tulte sure evidence that the wearer is a Turk, for. although the irueltv and tyranny ot the Turk is an almost proverbial belief ami it is the common impression that people ot all opinions and faiths aie impressed into the serviceofvvar.it is a matter of fact that i the Turks think that it is best to enroll none but thetH-Iievers in the Prophet into the ill II l tl. Ills 11 VS.XI IU llieliest pl.ue to see tlie Turk is at the i tifcs which are what the name means -pla. es for the ilrinkin; of coftee, with the i-moktng of long-tubed pijies. When vnuuc tlieir faces nre shaven; as they grow old their lieards are allow ett to grow, am! the old men have beards of punarchal dignity. Their favorite attire is long, loose, mouse-colored robes, with the red fez. As a race they may lie char- .uteri7ed as having mental acuteness. rather than -Length. They give tliemelve up toits.iiisitions, and a natural outtome ot their iharacter is that their literature Iswhollv religious, that tlieir libraries are comiHiscd of commentaries on the Koran (.eneral Wallace next sK.ke of the h.ueiii. and the domestic life of the Turks. Tlie bouse. if a well totlo Turk is divided into two parts, one for leceiving men ami tlie other for women, whereto no one hut women are ever, in an) circiinistaiites. ail nutted, fulmii even to the olht ers of the law Polygamy is not as pre, a lent as generally siipjioseil. "Ameri can ladles who visited my wife always ex pressed a desire to see the inner life of the harem, and if they gained an opimrtuulty there was Generally a loiisultation held 1 1 m ui their return in my parlor. I being of an inquiring turn of mind did not loe the opportunity. The accounts of interviews with tlie L VU1F.S OF THK II UtEMs were nearly Identical. They found a re- eeption riHim with antl.iie carpets 011 the lloor ami tlkeu poltites at the windows, white and hi ick attendant minim- .unl icu unr. and muslenits 1 lit ir nusticsst s wt re foilnd hill nt llliini; iim!i ill ir ilu.nis with their fts.til.nl hi sliprs. eiiihroiiliitd with pearls, in some msUines luokiin; (urticti 1 irl) liimtsoiiif iml small Then waists wire ofteutiiiii-t inltsl with si-irs and their anus hill hidiliu with shawls. In no instame tlnl the UMtnr ueii) lli.it the) His(sI well and lookisl con tentetl. The) wde curious in their lniiii rit). .nut showtsl icntirmce of ptsigraili). but the) wt re s It-ptisisi and in no wie tast down in then opinion ot theiiistles h) toiupinsiin with tile privileges of their wtteni Msteis. it is ,1 touuuoii 0(11111011 that the l.ul) of the harem is a prisoner, hut it is not so. Mic h is her own mom .unl 111.1) take .1 rule. 1:11 Itnatini; or shoppini; witiiotit loiisiiltiin; her liusliiud. Theli luatl'dress is witliout .1 rival as to dress, it maties the honi'l) handsome nul the limd souieaui;elii. Ills said that the T urks choose their wives trom the ( iriassiaiis he thut as it niav. the) are the most handsome women, with the exctplimi of American ladies, I haw .rr si, n " lieneral Wallace tin 11 ssike of the pres ent sultan. cIviiik a vet) interesting tie s riptlon of his.ipin ir.inie. his haluts ami hisisiurt. such a onlv Ills III 1 If I 11 I'llsnillX at llieiourt tould hate itiven hi' tlienwer to do. He told how well inclir si the sul tan was toward this couutrv t the lie KinniiiK of his luipiaiutanie AIhIiiI said that the Tinted Mates was "the mil) lotm tr) tint li id nevir tsiuspirtsl airiiut liiui." lie is not truel this popular idea iIouil'Iiiui truss injustice, tor Im is one of the ten ,ri,s.t-heartetl of men He is not lmrotc-1. ln wiU r.ii 1.. i.....r-,l u-.iti.i... ., ! matters ot lelcion and in .uknowletliriiient of tl(e Kmnlness ol the I liristiau faith. U 1 e 1 (, a, ni;rw.jii,PrilI1,,n,I, aM, aml Cehntsl manners. f i.m. Ift I t sunpiei In lonilusion. I.eneral Wallace irave i (.(,c. statement of the eastern .luestiou Tin. n,j,Tt In ulnrli it tniil- Is the taklns flv... llf pr,, ,, ,,,.. TllIi .r,. .ii,r 1, due to the dirlereiice lietween the civ Clirist.nn i.in.r. inu.ii II.m l.rin. . 1 Hills- 1011 s long as thev disagree as to the I amount of territo.) each shall take the Turk holds hi, throne, as s,, a, the) agree the eastern .pies 101, is settled anil the Turk will have to withdraw from Kurope. He knows of the skeleton under . the tnrmie. and it ,s his pohc, ,0 keep it ! laid u lnutintf ne turner aininit aiioUH4rr,lf .,T u, 7 .M. ,, '.. and preserving disagririiient. It will end souie'iuie. autl vtheii at last the irescetitj and the star shall go tlow 11 in the llospho-. rns, Anieritaiis will hear the roir of the downfall A NATIONAL MEETINC. lli VliliUMl Xlrrling ot lllf Iti.sr.l. l..l...,l llie I iiile.1 Hl.llireli l.ul. h, I. .,,,,., .... . 1 lfllel.l-llj.Kuu.ta Olh.rllfi... j lie ligoml 1 is s. urn tn lie hlglil) lmuore! 111 having; a national meeting ;n her onlv church. The twtntv-fourtli annual meet ing of the board of missions of theintire I lilted llrethren church In the I'lilted Mate will be held ill this place. Iieinning on Thr.r-dav evening, Maj o, ami continu ing over tlie abbath The a.intia! sermoii will lie preached h) the llev. .lohn Hill, of tlie Krie conference. The live bishops nf the t hiirch are a p irt of the li ird, atnl are all exptx tetl to be here. Two of them will u s.lWrath, prolrablj ll.s,ps Wea- ... .,r ,, . , ., , w niuKiistlf. lleside the meml-eisof thn Iwianl. tllere will In. a nimitier of minis. ters ,1 MwUM .-.. fnun lar and near so that we may expect iju ite a gather-! ingof pr-iiulnent persons and workers i the church. Arrangeineuts arealread) nc made to entertain and make the me, t ing a sutxs. llev. C .1. lturkert w as absent on sib- bath, preat lung a funeral at (leimautowu. hn forme, home, llev Win. K P.erger viiss r.iuuii Watkms. who has been living j inr some iiiouius wuu 11. -. i.a)iiouru, leu 1 in "i-Tiw iu ne ii.mtr .11 1.1 ci, ii.uieu fount). Miss Clara N'icelv, of liauibrldge, takes her phcu. nr. .1. vv. Nelson nmie a business trip to Dav ton on Monda). I ...e ...... oi... ..)..,,.. i.onoav c-.v.s, un. w iter works 11 if. li terriliK ulieretliev urn I crossing the pike It win'cause them one week's extn work to get out what caved in. u.. i at m-i, me geiiiiemant) iore-'ei. man. is vvonderfull) su-k of the job ami longs to see it tiilsicl, astlo all the resi-, dents along the line. John (.raves, a colored man living in the I Olienchain addition. I.agomla avenue, died i this ( luestla) i morning, of consumption,! He was the father-in-law agett o. jears. ot Oscar l mierwiHii, ol I.agomla was a 111 111 of considerable mtelligiiiieaml lughl) resjei tetl. Mrs. Cl.uissa Neal. of this place, pisses her eighteith lurthda) this, tlie l'Jth ol April, hhe is the respected mother of C. W Neal. of thecitv. and W. W Neal. of I.agomla. THE STATE BICYCLE MEET. ! lining I'r.. Iml. Milt (I 11 iprlnicllrlil Will tie th. Hiene r tile Ulllt-r nr III llllle limr. hint e the organization of prinetield's I alert and health) new bic)de club, matters pertaining to tlie glittering wheel have tak .. , . , ... , , ,...,. 1 1 n .1 boom 111 s.pnughfiii, and ill bic)cle j '' " '"ait.1 with interest, vv itli this tact in view, a sirong inoveiueni is on loot at present tti have bpringtield cut a hguro I ,,, the annual meet of the Ohm division. League of Under the American Wheelmen, new rtilmc, the idea has become popular of having the features divided up among several adjacent cities, within easy wheeling distance of each ither, ami winning up, with n grand tour across coumry 10 stune iHiuii more remote . ,( Vence 7. ,,n the first regular ballot Imt accessible l.y good roads, l'here is a Miller receive.1 in votesaml Pence 7. Miller large sentiment In favor of having the 1 wanleclared eleUtit The roll was called 'meet at Maiistield in August, with the for the sake of legality, ill members voting ! unmet anil business meeting then m.ikeiaje the run over to Man for the remaining Damel Cuh.ng. the ethcleiit pres features-the tontests, etc and lunlly Hnt Hi.ciimh.iit. un. .....,,... ..-.I t..r wind up with a tour with bpring tieltl as the objitive omt. This Idea has met with universal favor, wherever broached, and it is probable that Spt ingheld will lie once more called up hi show its cleverness as an entertaining city in August. irr f..r New lork. Messrs. s. A How man and V. K. C. Whit ney, attorney s for plamtltls m the great pitent suit of the Fahys Watch Case Co., of N'ew tork, vs. the Deuber Watch Case l., of Newirt, K).. lett for .New York ' tins morning, on legal business toiiiiccud therewith The suit is a most 111111! tun one. involving several million dollars and the right to use the inventions of Allan C. Dalell. of London, hngland- patents ft . which were procured through Mr. Whittle). The case, in view of its many compliiated features and the wealth of the linns Inter ested, promises to be of unusual length. Messrs. How man and Whitney will be ab sent alMiiit two weeks. I mill (treene totality. llie enia Uu ll has the following 111 its issue of tlie lull 111st Wes. II Hone, ot tlie .Ninth Charleston Niifluif. is a candidate tor murder of Clark county lielore the county convention, whit h will take pine along alxiut the mid dle nf May Mr Howe has dune the re publican party gtrnl service in his part of tlie county, ami he deserves well at jt4l bands Ni far there are but two candidates for the ofhte the present incumbent, who is serving Ids stvnnd term, and .Mr Howe. Mrs. King has just received ilire. t from New York a new lot of the latest styles in ! hi lilr en's hats. Ladies, call early and get the choice in these styles. Next door to Murphy A Urn. Call and see the new and beautiful de signs of spring and summer shoes at Kouse A I'arsons's. MARTINDELL'S MEAT. The Pereiiuial Jainea P. Elected President of the Board of Education by Ac clamation Lift Night rlo VIiik" limps llnic It AH lli-lr IIhii V - K.ri: iiilntniii ! tlif Nm s. Ii.kiI Hi, ui. I I .l NiKlH Mlll.r (i.r V !. rrclitrnl. It has hten man) .1 )ear since the lioartl of tslin.ilii.ii sail,K thinuifh its oriraniatioii ami elet tion ot ulhters as rapull) as last (Moinl.i)i niuht Business su ahnii; in tliei;ieas) Kiooiesuf thoroii;h pre-arraiiKt-Ulrllt I he Nill.l t.lll.ls live li'puhlicaiis to thiitt-rii tion partisans ami demo rats, .unl the republit aiis tlid imt even maki a show of assiTtim; tin mselves m the choice of presnlent. .lames V. Martimlell. the well known I'lltli w ird denim rat. who at least his never been Kiult) of lniiijwiiiiip er), was the mil) caudidite fur presldint presented, ami rt-teiw-d the entire vote of 1 the seventeen inemters present, irrespect ive of pirtv It was so thoroimhl) evident in advance that the demotrats and non-par-tisaiis had it all their own w). that the re piililn ans preferrtsl to 111 ike it iiinnunoiis and i;ive it the asiect of iersonl approval, rather than imhtic.1l mutest. Martin dell was elected pra tically bv accl miation. except that it wa h) roll-tall uisttad of idt it, vote It is ciistiiinarv Intake un i nearl) all evenini: ballotini: for president. t l.a.t I... .....I. !... ..1.1 I l I .1.. mil m-l llil,lli llir Ull mil illMl lllf llt'W ..,., ,1.-. .....i. ,1,... 1.... t.. ,..-. . K ' "i'-11 nt II I'Usilirss , -r llfllMJK. Mr , , MllI(.r naH ri.Irit, v ice-presiiieiir .Mr n me, reiuinicaii.was liominaieii airauist linn, am! i-nt min votes two more thin i.. r...,l.li,-... strength of the Nurd. Iipuel Cushinir. llie ' tune tnetl nud thorouirhlv capible tltrk, ' was. of course, re-elet tetl without imKHM II...... - . i,,.i. i.i, , .' 1 Ti 1 i r',,,,,l111 Vi'ViT 3 new l.iar.l """"""j 4" ""'t,";""""t ' '"lrV '""' . 1,1,l' , thr ,"'", 1w,",' ,Vt it h,'i" " f " ,,rn"".",'a,KrK ?',' ' 'r . ' a '"ni'-'I'al l"-ard in ,i f ::;' ' u S,' and i;ht tht !nanl and un a Mowh.ui nf some t harai ter -let it be hoied not at Ua)t vteizgers, as eriireciipiit the prtK teilings Hillowlng are 1 In llelail I'he old In aril met In adjourned sesi.ni. '" '. S f'' :" ' ' sent. Bell, Itimis, ( ( Jlnllt ,,,. Ia. tu. president 1 oretu in the i hair al- ornor and Miruupt l regular meeting were read and approved Mr. Ilidgel) presenusl a te.rt of bids for the repair of the clock 011 the Cen tral hiiiliiing ami winding the .same. Kfsoluliou to atx-ept thehiiIof .eo Uraun. 5io. the janitor to do the "winding, was adopted, the contr.u t to last one rear. .Name presentftl the bill of William Houi k, for paving brick, liefer red tur ex amination. Uill of eixelbiiim A Schu 11-1 liiui 3 . . s . I.. . .. n ill.... ...I 1...... .0 .,.. inimiiiK. is .,.,,-,, sihhI ileal 01 ahnipt and unchavetl entit .si ' .Mr. Martimlell presented poll. ies of in-1 f,,r his condnt t. It Is believed that! siirance of hast hou-e. for -. hi. Onlerndea of locking la) sthtN.Is m Ui.a) thepremmni. "I;. waspis,e.t llf ,tiiiHjI houses m (.ennan town. Mr. Coles reiK.rtetl bids for sprinkling j ship is settled for all time to come, riie' no-c. annum ileum awarmsi sime to ne-. . ' " JIr. ,Mfn. of the auditing committee, reIKlrii eertif) ...e the correctness of Clerk Cushlng-s reimrt for March A lor.te.1 A lecess of lue minutes was taken to al- , ,ow ,i,e,le,k an .,p,H.rtunIt to write up ' the minutes of ,,e last session of the old ' i,.,. These minutes wt re adontetl without cor- re. tion and the old Ik.xiiI then adjourned iue dit - in. M7 vtihn hi nil m iioxi'.n. 1 ue new otiaru now proteetieti to lis or- liaiiiiAiiuu. vu iiniiiwn tu .ui. ixeains, u. I Pence was U-iniioraril) talletl to thechair. I On motion of Mr. Heck, the examination ' ol tne cretlentials of the new meiiiliers was lommericed. The roll wascalhsl of tlie i ... ...r.uoe.s , e ceruucaies ot j. i. I n. ill the h ir.t V t: s.,,IM,,wl, laf ,IM Second: Dr. C H Ka), of the Third: W. K. Hevitt. of the Fourth l.eorire U Wine-. ... i.ie .-nun; iiaruiau irauss, o. uie i Seventh" Charles K. lleifsnnler. of the l.igtilti; vxui. irnj. ot the Ninth, wereall preseiitetl, and the new members were sworn m and took their scats. The roll of tlie entire board was then called as follows first ward 1 II. I.oreni and .lohn 1). Cox; Second ward J. T llidgelc) and A. is. spielman ihlrit want 11 J. Keck and ' C. H Kav Fourth ward Mieliael k'earns and W. F. llev itt Fifth ward .1. B Mir . timlell ami 1: (. lldl. sixth ward .1 M Peine and tleorge W Winger seventh ward F. h. Minuipf and II. Kraif F.ighth wanl Charles K. Hohlrn and Chas. F. Ileifsiiider Ninth wanl J. .1. Miller and W .1. Tro) Mr. Hell was the onl) absentee. Xf r ll.ll.le.l tin.nt. ttiui tr.r .p.. ..l.t t .la'mes P. Martimlell. There were no other candidates, and on roll call Mr. Martimlell receiv til the entire vote of the hoard, and w as declared elected. He w as escorted to the t hair by Messrs. llev itt and I.-rcnz lle brielly returned his thanks fur the honor tonterretl 011 him, asked the tmard's hearty 0 .-operation, and promised to make some remarks to tlie new members at the next meeting. Mr. Heck nominated .1. .1. Miller for vice president .1. M. Peine was nominated by Mr. pielman On motion, election was proceeded with by ballot. Messrs. Bevitt anil hpielmau were ap pointed tellers. Mr. Keams moved that the lirst ballot be j informal. Carried. ballot .Miller received 10 votei. On thi: t ierk by no other Mr. Heck. There were nomination-., and on motion nioiLs. The sal vy was aain hxed U '-O per year. Mr. Wilson was re-elti ted mes senger by acclamation at the same salary . Mr. I jireiu mov til that the rules gmcrn ing the old board control the new Adjourned POLICE COURT. .lu.ige unne loses Some Or.lt.uirt Of fender lesler.tny Alt rnn. Judge tiling's co.irt presented a lively scene vesterd.iy afternoon, the judge having the first big grist of cases -in. e the new liblicv court went Into operation. Twelve new cases were i.nally .h-io-ctl of and sP. were continued. Caroline Hull and Henry Hurt, arrested for disorderly condnt t, were dismissed, as there was nothing 111 the charge A ma jority of the cues tried were tor drunken ness and disorderly conduct. For this of fense llenrv Wilson wasjinett S.t, Henry Iliser, Ftl Klniers, P C Vduiis, and IM Dean each $5. and 'I.J.Dow, Charles Kroer. and lticliard Peters each 4 Theo dore Huff and Jacob Cushing, for loitering, eat h got ?.!. lllllteil t llii).iii. Tlie Dayton bulge of stationary engineers give a grand ball tonight in the (.em City, and tlie lodge has sent a cordial invitation to the members of the Spiuigtield lodge to attend. The pringneld meiiiliers will be admitted to the festivities witliout charge. Men tin not become rich bv wliat tliey get butbywliat they keep. You can't very- well tool aw ay a lot. liuy one at the l.a gomla avenue sale, April U'lth. The b-st workiiignien's shoes in the 1 ity ate sold for only 83 cciits. by House A Pr-10ns. A RARE BIRD. V serliu.ii ir llie l.rej, Ciplnr-! ut tlie I 1 rtli-ri 111 r 4liimls. itinievir i-ii eill ,1 wi II known )iiunc iiiethauic of this it v was In-ti-lumr tu work )esterd.i) MoinKi moriilnif and K1 iln; Ihrniich the Fair Kioimds. he otisened a I ire, umcainl) bird, ttoppmi; from one side to the othei at the side ot the rat e- tratk. Neill capturtd the In d. whit li was almtist as larire as a wild coose. without ilithcult). as its 11 ituril awkwardness, imjui" timed with numbness from the cold, made It IMS) to i t Hissesstm of Hut It Used it loiur. black, sharp beak with irreat etfect, and made a brave lulit- The bird tmla) was found to Ik' what is known to sportsmen x tlie "irreat northern ilivt r " or mor iiiiiintil) the !ou It is ilts-iiledl) an aiiipb.bious bird in its habits, ami lues in the water almost ismstantl) Neill brought the bird to l)r Kussell's ofticc tins ninrnuu'. and the ilmtor at once rtso' 111eil it ltisraielv.it ever, toiiinl vmili of th" irreat 1 ikes, mil the presem e of this lone -iwi mien 111 this comparativel) oiith em latitiide is remarkable. Tile bird wenrhs seven imiuiiiIs, and-l is a gloss) black or ash color with obloni; and white sits mi the back and wiiu;s. The head is a U-iuititiil dark cliainrniEKreeii, graduall) melting to white on the breast. The ftvt are webbed anil of lare sie but little use 111 walking The most conspicuous feature of the bird is the bill which is black as ebmi. full) six inches loui; mid sparp as a stiletto. It is the onlv we.iui of o'fenteor tlefeuse tliat the loon has.and it uses it with danirernus rapid it) When the bin! was ttasetl this murium? itiittired a iiuick, hoarse tr). not unlike a lost do ami altoiretht r of a kind to makt a man s ski.i crawl When i.lii.Nt n. . mil ot water it uumeiliatelv ank to the Imttmn ! and clawed and mi affiled at tin luitbnn like an aiiiphibu.Us ben at ttr worms The mm lias treat troiu winirs. but thev are of 'i,"' ""' ""flt ' wmliiu: 1U course in the "aIt'r ieiuarkabl) enuui;li. the bird can i,HI" ,'" i'lutiu imi Gin ri u 01 Ilt--il to tlrf -jVlt knnvMi a- th r Imntitih itnit hilt. THECERMAN TOWNSHIP WAR. The ItiMtnl of I itiiriitlon I'jis. ik steiilnrlitii Kfanlutioi Infill ihr I ninii m Iioi1 llnitse. TheSundav school war that has made turbulent the usually even flow of things in .Herman township, the progress of whlili has bts-n notetl trom tune to time in the 1 1 Ku-l 111 11 . came to 3 terminal jesttrda) 1 Monda) 1 h) the v ti.m of the lierinan township Imud of etiii. atlou which met at l-awienceville. At this meeting an Im mense petition wa.s received, protesting against tlie reiolutiouar) tonduct of Irustee H. II. Ilaker, in locking out the bunda) scbfil from tin- Jacksonville school house, anil a vigorous resolution was adopttsl giv ing not onl) the use of tins school hnue for isuuilav schtKil purisxes, but also the use of an) ant! all the school houses m tin fount). Nearl) all of the members of tin iHiard made speeches on the "iihiect. and .Mr Ilaker, who was present, had to take 3 .. '. iw.,rd ortleretl the lock, .vhich Mr. Hiker " I'limn, MJ Of laheu on. .u, i f, the Sw.itiTg I o eTiiS the "uTula I iS?- w as to k s ;.,,.!,:.,,. ". "?..m ' ...J? . ' IM.JlI-, and teacers. ra se 1 he r ! ilmbr'ella.s ' iZheM S.ua viTln tlV f, , ,, , f' jrlUm Tte Cjl Ir nal a verv ui 1 ual me ir n " "" 1 LAST NICHT'S FROST ' iirrat inn iimamitrs, i,lei, im trim L - " llestroyetl t. I 'lherewa a luird frost last 1 Moml i 1 l.ii,. M1 ,.,.. ....(rooil ..... . 1 1 ' " """" Ia-'' ,u''1 and this mortiing was concern In; the fear that fruit had been damaged b) .L Pt a h and apple trees are just now m , u ani, j, , w , , , , ,, s- fa.'' "ft"1 !""',t crrta"'I have been I"!'"" .' ? temperature siiflicientl) low to I mahe uiiu ice. j Investigation among the farmers in mar ket. this morning, however, showed that there is iHjsitivel) no grounds for apprehen-1 sioii. "Tin fruit was not tlam igtii in the! 1 le.vst,"was the universal answer from ever) section of the count). There will be no I Kac'i crop an) how because the peach is ", -" i ,-.,.... .-. the fevv trees we have, and the apples, did ". T" . v 'miaii tOAiish.p not suffer V (.eruiau tnAnshm farmer I said he had exam null his trees first thing 1 this morning and found no harm done. I Small fruits, berries, eh . are all nght.ri5 1 u was fo- weTsamjmsftaTigeni crauger, in answer to the rejuirter's iinjuir): j "the frost ami the weather was tim wet for the fonner to do an) injur). You take I ) ouiig ami tender grape-vines, which are I ' a.N,."'.a'' 'M1 li" ' "J- " J"' ""': is K.....K ,. ue a inN. iusi joi set four or live buckets of w ater near and around them. You'll unit that the frost won't hurt them at all. It is this principle. operaletl l.y nature 011 a large scale, th "J saved the fruits last night." AI0 FOR THE SUFFERINC. Mnrlln's lrr Ilestrne.1 by a Tnrnnitii j XI! Appeal t springllrlil. ' Mav or Kelly received the follow itu te!t 1 gTam yesterday afternoon 1 M vrtTix's Kn;r.v, (.. pnlls, in" I yiaynraiid council, sprintlelil.O ' Our city demolished by cyclone. Anil needed .see what your city can do. TiitoiKiiti Kmv. Mayor. The ternhc tornado which swept ovet evstern West Virginia and Ohio r. few days azotlid terrible damage to seven! town ami villages, but none sintered so much as Martin's Ferry. Tlie tornado struk the town siiiiarely and cut a path through it I like a monster engine of destruction, tear ing aw ay trees, fences, resiliences and busi ness houses as if they had been but straws. li........ ..r l.inl.lii.w uur. ....r. .Id, l .l.. I ' .'.......... ...... ...u!'.. .. , ..- I iii.ii-ii, on. ., .... . .. s.im. 11. 1.111. the path of the tornado for miles. 1 he de vastation was awful, and the citizens were paralyzed. Many of the residents of the ! bright little town were rendered homeless, with not a dollar in the world, they are I 'now in actual need of the netessaries of ; life, heme thLs ap.fal to the people of Springheld. 1 Mayor Kelly says that if tUosexxhocon-J tribute to the suffering jkuple will leave their donations at his otlice he will see that j they are forwarded to Martin's Ferry with-i out delay. FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCT. X l.ltely Fight Mt :i Uauck on the 1 tits'. Last Thursday night a private dame was given at the home of John Mf?ee on the levee. During the evening Will Tracy. Marv Mc(ee and Annie Wilson went to the bouse end lemaiidetl admission. They were refuse.! by the man who wasconductinglhe dance, and a wrangle ensued. During tin progress of the quarrel one of the girl- I managed to gain entrance to the house ami ' instantly blew out all the lights. She then picked up one of the lamps and hurled it at the manager of the dance, whoi was still quarreling with Tracy at the door. ' Seeing the turn things had taken. Trocr I struck his opponent in the mouth, knocking 1 couple of his front teeth down his throat. Tracy and the two women then made their escape, and notwithstanding the efforts of the iohce, they eluded the oflicers until vesterday afternoon, when N'lcklas and Norton captured them on tlie levee. Tracy expected to leave for Chicago last night, but lie w 111 postpone hit trip for a few day s. Tlie three were charged with disorderly conduct. Ladies' dress shoes only 81. '.'J at Rouse A Parsons'. NEW GOODS! Mark Jackets, ::..0 to $10. rii-ck Jacket. .i to$. Kersey JackeJs. Kmliroidered Caslunere Ficliu, -' to .SIO, in lilack and crpam. SHAWLS and SCARFS N'ew (Hnuhanis. Tlie beat 12 I--.'c SateenN. Tlieap lot White Coods, hall former price. The latent FarusoN and Sun rniltrellas. MURPHY &BRO. TIKKIM 3L.E3.jT3IKrc HATTER, FURRIER, '5 THE SPRING AND SUMMER THE FLEXIKLE GlYEK, THE FINEST OF STIFF HATS TMK VIOiT I.KilKKLr. CHILDREN'S HATS, Lyon's Silk Umbrellas, Wilson Bros.' Cuslom-made Shirts. Karl Wilson and Coon Si Coa Collars ami Cuffi. Best Makes Trunks and Valises. Fine Extracts! Lemon and Vanilla, (iuaranteetl to be the finest made. GROWN PRINCE COFFEES! liest In the market. Our Teas can not be equaled. New York Cream Cheese, The verj Imest and richest that can be ha.1, also lalaui and Pineapple Cheese Ilemember we are re ceiving FRESH FISH DAILY. S. J. STRALEY & CO. 18 ANI 18 EAST HIOH STKEXT, Hri..t Frf I)fllTer. T.lfphon r, j. j. Mccarty, MERCHANT TAILOR! .".1 .SOUTH U.HEST0XE r (Unokwnller lllnck). I'resentH a splendid line of Snit- . mg8 for (ientleilien's Spring Wear. SUITS and OVERCOATS MADE TO ORDER. Satisfaction Guaranteed. SPRINGFIELD STEAM DYE WORKS il 50RTH CENTER STREET. The dyeing, cleaning, repairing and preti lnir of Ladles' and (lent liarments & snee 1 1 ilty The only place In the city to Have Lace i uriains cleaned property Alt wurk war ren ted CHAMPION Cllt BATH BOOMS l.N CO-VMUTION. The KlXEsTandCLlUNEST In the Citi -. OLD RELIABLE J. D. SMITH CO. GLOBK BU11.DINO, Uitrner Went Hlf h St. and Walnut AIlcj. AND STATIONERS. Blank Book Work and Legal Blanks a Specialty. Dyeing, Scouring and Repairing BY, .A.. 33. Jaxn.es tlH W. AVHMhinctun t. Tietween Market and Center, Springfield, O, MN FURNISHER N NT BIN CLOTHINGTOORDFR jf 1 i -n n j , mmimMIMIMBKf&!?fi8m ygygsawMaiMJUfja-'UMsa1