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Spritigfidd JUjnildir. OLOCtr OtlLY-LtRCCSt CIRCULaTION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. it, VOL. XXXIII NO. 95. SPBLN'GFIELD, O., WhlXXESDAY KVliS LM.. APRIL -JO lssy. PRICE TWO CENTS. E. III III II I I I III 1 11 I I I I 1 III I I III II V -3 ty VV ryijr fr AWtyM'W j I 1 : 1 l ft e k ? m ) WtATHER FACTS. IS WituTO. April J ouo. I lcbt local rain, follow J b fair weathrr. warnitr SPRINRFiri.!), O.. April 20. 1SS7. ) For we are as beautifully stocked with fine dress suits as one need pose over. We can give you fits equal to the general run of custom tailors, ami at the same time save you time and dollars. We want everybody to di vide their seeing and come here to compare notes. We can make it interesting and profitable to you wearers of shapely clothing, both in styles and price, for we do manufacture and retail with but one profit added above cost of production. We can spoil a half-made trade of any house in the city, for we have the stock, variety and dealing to do it with. THINK OF IT! Six men's strong, durable, well-enough looking suits for $3S ; a change for every day, $3. $5. $. $7. $S. $9- Men's fine inked cassimere suits, lot 7407, have dropped from $ 1 2 to $ 1 o ; lot 6 1 6j from $15 to $i;; lot S34 7 is a line of brown worsted suits, $14 to $ 1 2 ; these are rare bar gains. Come early ; don't wait until the sizes are broken. PLAIN FIGURES, NO MISREPRESENTATIONS, AND ONE PRICE AT THE WHEN, 25 and 27 West Main Street. NEW GOODS Jl'ST KECElVEIi, AT Prices That Dei) Competition. CALL EARLY Aad secure a birgain. Every thing new in XoveltieH at MRS. J. H. 21 NORTH MARKET. B tween Main and Colombia Streets. H. C. LTON. TI1KO. UOIII.. HOHL& LYON PCT.TABT.T! F AND F1MILY SUPPLIES. The Best Canned and Bottled Coods. Sttictljr Fore and Flnt-Cla 8 Good, at Lowest Trices. The Late C. T. Wari Grocery, 07 WEST MAIN ST., Corner of Center, Springfield, 0. tilefhoiii: mi. na. GOOD HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS. S ImproTM KESTUCKT FARMS from 3) la imj acres, at inc iruiu t m 11 iti acre, for particular! Mar- JAMES MOOKE, Ktnc Mounlalu at., Kf. PRODMCTS PROFIT SIIAKINC. A Cincinnati Tinn PropoM1 a PI in to Their Employes, anil It :s Aiciptcit- De tail of the Proposition Mntl.rs.it lltlfr, !.. limit ll iuirt-r- til III I.I.iIm-. Cnllirr..! Willi (Ml. fl III. I- killing Until.'! Untieing ttml uli ilt It (li .Mintii rrv l"tt i wi. Ainl JO 1 In" linn of Printer .V (i.iliil!e. iiMiinfai Hirers, lute mule an tlalxiriti- pn.sitii-ii foi illtming their cuipltnes to -hue in the profits "I the linn I lie plan i- to .ipiiiiil three trustee, t.io bookkeeper mid a Miiterfuimdi nt m t'ie tirin's uiipltn. wlm shall mice a nar asieruni the Hiuount ot pnitil tluritii; the yireii-diiii: i month- illtming a- etiene siinr ii nu inteie-t untie e.ipil U ecu nloied ami reavunlile - il me- to meinler- of the linn ileM'tnu tin u tune to it inter - ests, and then divide these profit Ix'tivmi the tirin ind its employes in proportion to capital ami uaee eimed 1 ho etiiploje hae aecepteil the pniHiitiuli mill think. I ami re-oI til to allow no otit-nle nilliii lire to ili-turh the relation-In twit n tin in mil their einplojers 111 Mint lllm-rll. Ann uii 1-, .Mil., pril it" I leiiteirtnt John W. Hmieliliovvi-r, the Vretii explorer, -hot anil killed hmi-elf at the u il at iilo 111 tin- murium; He lint mental trouble alter lierame baok from the ntic ruioii John W. Kanenhower was found him; on tut rug 111 front of Ins tirepl.ne with i tag tittl to hi- liutton-liole, -ajni; '"-einl to inj brother at Washington " Ullituigli he hat hail mental trouble- -line I e re- . a t .. i ... - .. i. s .... Irtedh,;, ! il to "the 'nnr.-tlumjd to haie been the recent grounding of the "a-min or axiuellc cuioor an) ot me exer Constellatioti, on the wa) to Norf ilk. winch -t" therein lie foul charge of and for which it is sup- The rumor that Mai or Kell) had prohib (uisetl be hadafearof In-mg court liur- iteil the exhibition soon -jiread over the tialeil. I nti. and lit reateil a sensation. Coniinents O-iwit.o. pril.'0 Iiuittnintl.uien- ' ,1,-Ion were ma.,) and various, bower wa-a son-ii.-law ot "-ei itor (utirge , , . , It Moan, of tin- cm. His wife and two, "porting men -iitvpinglj denounced the chililren are now here. Lite tin I l-li Hint. Iiiivimv. April JO. It l-oihuallv -tattsl that Uml ali-bur), in a di-pitch s,.ut to Washington on March J4. mkI the Itnti-h government, understanding the action of the I lilted States in denoum mg n-lier) ar tiiles of treat) of Washington lobe, in a great degree, the result of disappointment , it lumiT Avlliul ii . ti. i.iit stolon litiii.lp.ul thousand ix.unds under "Halifax li-lier.es awards. It offer, to revert to the old con dition of affairs, without pet lunar) indent-. nitv. xvlncli offer, it trust-, will eouiiuend , itself to the mericaii tmi rnn.ent as b. mz bistI unon that sitirit of irotnl will and i geiierosit) which should auimite two creat and kindred nation-, who-e coiumon oiigiii. languaire and institution- toii-titute as man) boiuLs of unit) and mucoid ...".. ( nixn r Antt.iMi. Vl xv oi.k. prd o The ship i ran dee. Captain T 11 h vans, arm ttl lieiefnun Hong Kong altouta wet. I. ago. He brought With hinl'a Certuait woiimii ttho'lli hc'inct there, and whom he had -etTitl) couie)ed a-hore. He is now reimrted to ! nu uu. togetlier with the woman and -'i.ooii fur nishod him to pay the crew and t ttle other bills, lie left a note on boird confessing j that he was unable to meet and printer!) I account to the owners. 'I he agents wcie obliged to pa) the Sl.ooo. I'xrontiiKMirit, but ili- infuit I iiiitj'irrit. ' Oil ttlfS4.'0Y-lfltl II LvNcvsTEitPa., April -JO. -At 1 o'clock estcrday afternoon the Chicago limited express struck Johu Hrecker, his wife and two-)C"old child atthoManheiiu tro mg of the lVrins) lvania railroad m this t it) killing both parents in-tautli The child was found on the cow-catcher uiuniureil The hor-e eseaiied and ran home The v ic tuns, xv ho are each aged about sixtv xears w ere from Manhelm. Ilispjearaiir or ah Kiiilnetit llixltir. CiilCAt.o, April Jo. Members of (.race EpiMtopalihurch are dtepl) concerned nit r tlie lii)sterious disapjiearance of Kev. j ItobertW.Snrmger. assistant nt tor of tiiat I parish. He was tlireatened Sunday evening with brain fever. .Mondaj morning during j a temporary absence of his nur-e Mr Springer disapjieared and no trace of him has et been found. VVoitt in s Thro it Cut. 'i vv Yoi.k, April -J0 I.enalteieh fort) one j ears old. a Hungarian woman, was found about midnight last inht, ljing in thehallwayiif a tall teuament house,at No 141 Norfolk Mreet with her throat cut from , eartoear. She vvas still alive when found. but die.1 tjefore an anibulai.ee itiuld ar j me. llerhu-Uin.I is uu.l.r arre-t a- the iiiunierer. line Tramp Rltlt-il nn.l I It-ten I litiirr,l IN 1 1 th Hi nu. 1ml . pril ,'o In i tight here ) estenla) lorenooii Intni-en thecit) o lice and a gang of tramps, eleven tiamps wtfrecaptureil. ix of them were armed vx ith revolver-. During the tight. Polite- man John Metjt shot a tramp through the heart killing him uistaiitl) 1 hree bu-i ne-s hou-e- were burglaried In tramps la-t night II. Eh Llrpiiir lllll fii-..-,l Dm 1 1:. Del , April JO. -'I he hou-e, b) a vote of 1 to -, e-terda) afteriiiMiu pa--ed a high In ense bill grading lupmr liin-es from 54i0 for Wilmington down to JOO for village and couutr) tueni-, and limiting dmggi-t- to the-aleof liUoroii ph)-niau-' prescriptions onl) and to one sale to each pre-criptiou. titrnnil :uii-t I it ens. Cute lt.i. April JO Munii ipal eltt tmns were held in a large number of Illinois Cities and towns ve-tenlav Hie iiiestion of lit ense was the prmcipal feature. A majorit) of cities declantl for luen-e. but in smaller places the anti lici n-e ticki t w as uniform successful Tttrpfiltit.nk.H 1-MiiiH It. Ann xitu Is, Mi! . pnl JO torpedo exploded under the torpedo launch hull vesterda) afttrnooii In tlie harbor and -link her in one minute and a halt. Fusign Miur via-in charge, and -ever.il naval tadet- were on iNiirtl, but thtv were ah tikeu otf in safet) b) an oj-teriuan. Kon-teil lo II Hilt. DiTiioiT, Mich., April JO John lllair. an old i ..i.i -.. t x-.-i uc --" "oifcllt.ll ll-ks- , . . ,. i OU1K, ..lll.ll., OITTl a. III'lllLlfT 1UO- tT.-W-ll 1 He was burning a log heap, when his cloth ing taught lire, and he was Imr.illi roa-ted to death, there being ieiy little life left in him when found. To Heath .mil to I'rlsott. St Pirntsiu i.t., April 2.1. Six of the men arrested for complicit) m the pint to a-si mate the czar, vvliu.Ii was to have lieeii carneil out on the i::tli of March. haieniw oniiiiou. Iird Sahsbur) proph- ln-en seiiteiuetl to death The other con splratort have lieeu tenteuccs to imprison ment for life. Tint It.illl or I .Xing. on. ItosTON, April "JO. The town of l'inc ton ) estenla) cebbraUtl the llJth anniver sary of the reioliitionar) bittle. 'Ihen was a pnxession, an oration in the Town hall and a children'- entertainment. The whole conducted Ii-t evening with a grand ball. KNOCKED OUT. tlinr Ktlly 1'toliilnts Hip tiiMUitti Nltie Kitiu Mnlili at the LrniiilTltr Iwtt on the Sntijei t lii-triirlion- to Hie I'nllri. 1 or a wet k or mole the .Inhn I, snllian eoinliiiMtioii liat lieui ailerti-etl to appear in the liraiiil oiiera hon-e. loiuorrow, 1 hur ili. t t iiiiiir I'he puriti-e wattoKnein exhitiitioii ot Nivim; atul other athletic e-erei-et ilhi-totiM' of the niniil) lit" It In- lt n anoiM-n iiie-tloii for two or three ill-whetlur M.itir Kell uotiM penult the evhitiitiou to le Kiien. In AlleKheu lit, t ineiuiiati aii(l otlnr eitiet the per- loriiiauee wa protubitttl, as it wa- ai;aiu-t theliw. i far at SpringlieM i- itmcerneil, the mittir wa- -ettlttl tin- iiiormnir hj Mnor Kell who aililrettl the follow - inc -elf-eplaiiator letter to Mr. Fuller I rump, niatiacer of tliet.nvnd opera liou-e, where ulliiali wa- ailierti-tti to apfn'ar Mr I uller Truiiu, Maniitr iiriml iera ll..uc In M. sii. 1 miiler-taiul jiiu h.uc ful-lerti-eil. to appear at the draml o ra him-e toinornm eieiiiug. .lohn 1 Sullivan j ami other-, to umaire in a Ik)iiii;, or -pir- nnc unit n, eoiiiiuoni) raueii -uiKirini; niatrh ami thi-i- to in.tilj ou tint thl Liuilof p-rforiii.inee i-elearl iiioiation ot theliw ami cannot lie iieriiuttetl to take plate hnlo-eil, 1 utiote on the law on the -nhnvt Ketpeetfiillv our-, O. kiln, Major. The Inllowiiii; i- the section of law re ferntl to, as auieiuleil April 14. 1SS1 Mi iiiin us'io. An two pcr-ont who ariv ami willfiill hcht or Ixi at li-tieulTt or t ncaice in au public sparring or boxiuc evhilution without cloics or with time- of ail km. I. ami whoever auK at-l-tt or at tends am such luiximc exhibition or goielliurtli to -ae a sheep that Had lallen'lnto birlil. and am owntr or le c of am ciouiiiN. lots, buildup, halt or structure ot in) kind permitting the same to lie u-ed lor stjtli exhibition or purpose, shall lie deemed miiltx of an alTraj, ami shall be tined in ail) sum not exceeding two hundred ami liltv dollar-, or iuipri-oneil not mole i ''"oiiig-hall appl) toa.i) public oil, in in mrtv niimiii. ur ikhii. mil iioinini: in nmor. the law and bpnnctield. Tli weie i"specnlly loud in their talk agam-t the town. The) neghxtttl to state, how ever, whv, if the) did not like Springlield. tlu'V did not patk up their traps ami leave. The tit) could pmb ibl) do w lthout them. Mam good citireu-, while the) thought tli.it no harm would come of such an exhi- bition.w ere willing to abide b) the law and lne (Uf is,n , thema)or. Others openlv v ' rejoidtl that Ma)r Kell) had taken a firm linil against the -now. Manager '1 rump -a) s that be supposes the tiuvor'- ortler -eltle- the uiatter.ami lie wl , N , ,,, fapp (f t,l(. lw u . ... rdpnr tlitiriiliim flitf lut iliio. tuit ilt-iiiiitsi) to proceed with tlie intertaiiiment and take the con-ttpient n-ks. In tlie event of an eiideaior on the pait ot the Sullivan com bination to gne the performance, t'hief Walker hat in-tructiou- front Ma)or Kell), t pIao ever) bod) in the hou-e under ar re.!. The sjiextators are liable under the i law .is well ns tlie actual jurtlcipiuts m the exhibition. It isvtrylikel that tlie Sulhian troi. will not evtn liriugtitld. so unit h as pass through "llo tortif Alt iiutitnn. The charming comic iqiera, "Tlie Doctor I of Mcantana." whlih for months has been midir n hearsal b) local talent will be pnt- tlticed at the tirand tera house next Tues-. dav evening. April Jii, and the sale of -rats is now open. This promises to be the so- cial event of the sca-on. and artistleall). I xv ill be a most elegint affair. The stage will he set with furniture and bric-a-brac from inaii) of our elegant private residence, , and a large chorus and orchestra will add to' the etrect The i a-te hat alreatl) been pub-, It-lirnt. ' I' THE BOWERSVILLE MYSTERY titmiii 3t rartl Arre-lftl ror the .-it-ln ntit.ti or Jjtitieii inr. iniv. April JU. Simon Uerard, once a township treasurer and heav) stock dealer at lto.versville, this county, was arrested last night on a message, charged with the .r.Wof jinrn. Zeinrln.t Aiiit l,o ' was killed b) a shot tired through a window while sitting in the hotel parlor at Kovvers ille with two ladies. (lerard is a widow er, aged about CO, and was arrested on his arrival la-t evening to mar rv a woman named .lane Wade. ii on whom, with derard. su-picum also re-tett lor the -uppo-eti munter ol a man , J(.IlUiN wll was fouml (lraj in ,,,, ,, e , f,, ,mmtl t,w ,eU d Attr retiiniiu fnun a tni xxitti the Wade worliall , spn,.,,,! all other points. A )oung vvounn niuied Flora .lohnston had l ollllllittCil suicide la-t spring Oil account of iiner. for who-e inuriler iteranl has been I aire-tctl.and einer, previous to his sudden taking off had been pa) mg some attentions to a d mglitir of Mmoii (teranl, greatl) to Iirr father's tli-plea-tire. When arrestetl, jlleranl wascoiisiderabl) under the intluence of liquor, and his mil) statement to the officers was,"! am here, and won't squeal. " Ihedetet tiles have workeil very tpuetl) and f tithfuil) for some tune, and claim thev line a good ca-e. Tlie arrest will cause a great -eu-atioii xiheu it beiomes geiiernll) known, as the acciisetl Is well krown througlmit this region of the state bv his extensive dealing in stock before he lieeame tin incnll) embarrassed. Vitotlti r CaihIIiI tt. Mr V M C.irtmvll. the well known ac tive joiing republican of the Second w aril, toila) slues his ta-tor into the politunl arena a- a candidate for count) auditor. SIX DEATHS Tlie Itt stilt of the ltrtltll Trenttiient of n I'lillle-e Coot. Sxn FniNt i-o, April JO llong D)e, the CliinestTivlio inurderttl Mrs. Hillou, In Coluse count) . several tlavs ago, has not vetlieen i.iptuntl It had been thoiulit that the murtler was entirel) unprovoked, I but it now appears that Weaver, whothe ! Chinaiuaii shot, had In-tii in the habit of . abusing D)e, and on the dav of the .-hoot mg, h.vi liumiiiis'.ereii a n nipping to the Chinaman in the pre-ence of Mrs. Itilliou. Hence the Chinaman -hot her, after hr-t killing, a-lie supposed. Weaver. In add i tio'i to the three Chinamen killed for the t rune, il r said that another was killed at ,.,, f .,!... ...l ,!,., iO.ioi. 'j . '.j .. -vi. ii. -, Mini mill: I- a reinrt that -till another has been I. inged in the mountain 1 liej (.row 1'ersuii.il. I.ONHON, April "JO. Lord Salishur) in an address drhverttl last night at the aniii- versar) ot the tieatu ot me r.an ot ilea I ,nshtld. referreil to (.lad-tone as one who -, ,,.,t his life in changiug I esleil (.lid-tone would htid It allllcult I to gather new recruits. He had gaineil tightv -i follow crt of Pamell. who hail been iliallengci! with haling approved the murder, and who had refused, or whose friends had refused tor him, to enter the w itiie-t box, and deit) the charges. Pamell had lieen a.-si-ted w ith funds sub-enbed by men who advocated murder when a man was aicu-etl in such a manner he was iMiund to enter .the witness box and deny charges against him most -o!eum!. THE DAYTON PRESBYTERY. The Session Commences Last Night Elo quent Sermon of the Retiring Mod erator, Dr. Montgomery. I- ItTloiii or onirrs I'rm rnlint:- TikIiij- stmollne I oNimillt- I till I lil of llio- 1'rtt.fiit l'iif-illngiil tit- lMlii I're-litrriftl The hr-t M't-ion of tlie Ilavton l'retb- ter lonieneil last iTuesila) i eienliig ' the First l're-bterlaii chtireli. with a large attemlameof ministert ami man tpecta t rt in the auilitorlum. It wat a mieit dis tinguished iiHiking bml, embracing at it tloe- nu n of eminent e and )iroiiiintiice in the pulpit. Ke. Dr. M, of euia. optied the -eion with pr.ier, after which llev. Dr. .lo-eph II. Moiitcmnerj. of Da ton, the retiring moderator, preached an eiouent ami cueitie sennon from Matthew li! IJ-'MIow Mutli, Then, is a Man lletter Thau a hlieep "" No brief retirt can do the seminn an thing like ju-lice. It wa-. from ln'iriiining to end. a striue of H-arls. Dr. Montgomery tle is rather collixiuial. and -hort, pithten temet prevail. Ili-themewat the value of man an immortal soul as compared with all that men call propert sheep, oyen, cold, lands, cas wells, oil wells, etc. 'Tlie l'liari-ees objetted to t'hn-t's healllig a man with a "withered hand,"becaii-eitMs the alibath la. llecalled attention to the fact that thei would stop on their w a to r J pit on me .-aiiuiin ua nenee me iel, How nun h more laluable a man than a sheep" Than an) proiert)" ea. a "with ered." i rippled, sinful man, lietter than the best proiierti Herein is a contrast lietween the spirit of the world and the spirit of Christ. I lie one timing for wealth for pa ami for I Pj;. the other ex er doing good out of pure love. The tiiK-tor then called the attention of the churih to tlie various crippled and "withered" classes of men those whom the bu-, strong, rich world counts worth less thu nr) poor, the ver) ignorant, the uiitortiiiiatet and the criminals. He made an earne-t plea for them all, as often cr) ing for help where there was none to hear. The clo-ing part of tlie sermon wa-trill) eloquent in ii- picture of Christ I the frit ml of tne poor, of the sinners, of I the lot. The pulpit and platform were beautifiill) ' tlecorateil with nice tlowers, the work of j the flower committee of the First church. I The music w. i b) tlie First church choir. 1 lie anthem just before the sermon was thoroughli pnjo)eilb) the large congrega tion It was sutierbl) rendered. At the i. inclusion of Dr. Montgomery's discourse the pretb)ter) ofticiallv-organiied. After pr)er. Itev. Dr. Colmery. of Oxfonl, the veteran stated clerk of thepre-b)ter). who ha- been re-i'ltcteil -ix: i-onsecutive times and grown gri) in the service, callet! the roll of delegates. Many of them had not arm isl in tune for this preliininar) ses sion. Dr. I'rentiss De Veuie, of Da)ton, was electttl moderator. Ilex. A . ('arson, of I'lqua, and Itev. .1. 11. Ne-bitt. of Oxford, were elected clerks for this-cs-ioii. l.'ei. Dr. Falconer, chairman of the colo mittce on arrangements, reported on behalf I of that committee that the folloivuu: hours for inMftlm' iliirtrnr tti. swsion h.nl lisn -electctl: Morning set-siou from !) a. m. to I iJ in.; afternoon -ostion from -' u in. to r. p. m.; evening ses.-loti, commencing at T.".o and continuing as long a.- the bu-iness de manded. The committee also announced that on tliis t Weilnesda) I evening a "jxipu lar meeting" would be held at tiie church. it which the subjextsof 'Ministerial Keller') and rureign Missions' will do made the prevailing themes. The japer on "Minis- tenal KeliefwiII be read by Itev. deorge I Uow.l), of Carli-le, Ohio followed b) an address b) Klder A. White, of Clitton. I The rejiort on "Hreigii -Mi-sions" will Ihj, read b) Kev. J. II. Ne-bitt. of Oxford, fol- lowed b) an address b) Lev. A. . (arson. , ' "l"a. This rejiort of the committee was, ailopte.1. and after prav er and lienetliction, """ pretb) ter) adjourned until this morn ing. Ttxli)"ii l'rorfil.tics. Tlie Preb)ter) met actonluigtoailjoum iiient at a. m . Dr. De Veuve m the chair. A hall hour was devoted to prater and praise. The roll was completed as pub lished below, and the Stated Clerk. Itev. Dr. Colmerv, the only continuous otlicer of ''" In-bj terj . r"d tl'P minutes of the last meeuilK. l.ie usual tumuillg coiiiuuiieet were appointed, and routine work assigned to them as follow s . ItilN and Overtures -Dr. Montgomery, chairman' J. K. tiib-on and W. I l'helps. Juditial J. C. Kli, (leorge K. (Jovvd) and It. K. McLellan. lA'ave of Absence Dr. Dicksan, chair man; W. A. Hutchison and Klder W il. Whitt). The principal ai tion of local interest was the arraugeim nt for the installation of Ilev. Dr. (ieo. II. Fullerton as pa-tor of the Sec ond Presbvterian churih, of this city, on Thiir-ila) evening at 7-"0 o'tloek: tlie iiiotl erator, Uev. Dr. Preutivs De euve, to pre side, preat h the sermon and propo-e the conttitutioiial nue-tion-: Itev, .lame- l Kislger-to make the iu-tallation prajer Ilev. Dr W I Falconer to deliver the charge to the pastor, and Itev (leorge K. Iiovvd) to deliver the charge to tlie congre gation. The roll of tho-e present at the meeting of presb) ter) of I a) ton is as follows Ministers" W. W. Colinerj, Oxford, II. 1!. F.lliott. Tro);.l. 1- ltodgers.hpnngtield, Thomas Wallace. Da) ton W. ('. Fait oner, Sprnigheld; F. S Wtaier, Vellow Springt; C. 1). Archibald, Seven Mile:T.C.Thouiat; ; Prentist De lleur, Da)ton; J. II. Montgomer). Da) ton; J. lLXeabitt Oxford: J. K. Cibsoii, ;(,. F itiwd).CarlLt!e; W. A. Hutchison. Franklin; II. I.. Herschc). Middlttowii; A. M. Car-on. I'ltpia: A. W. Athe). Ham ilton. J. II (.ra)brill. llijtoii. J. C. F.1), eiua: W. F. Coixd), New Carlisle: W. F. MtCaiile). Dajton i II. Fullerton, tpringticld: Kobert Dixon. ( lifton, J. s. Kemiier, South Charleston; John Kowe, Spruigtield. Klders Herman Cue, Clifton: James M. Hank, South Charle-toii; It. It. McClellan, enia. It 11. Campbell, Da) ton; S. W. Maxwell. Tro): (I. I- Ketlzle. Vellow Spring-. W. II. Whitt). hpringtield; hlias Uiandenburg. O-born; Col. Kdwin l'arrott. Da ton: W. S. Phelps, Da) ton: Waldovv F. Itrovv n, Oxford; A. S. Craig, Carlisle; F. Otey, West Carrollton; C. H. Itoutzahn, Franklin; Levi Keck, (lettvs burg; C. A. Kobison, Piqua; Cxrus Falcon er. Hamilton- J. S. Fdgar, evv Paris; W. 11 King. Dav ton: John lrrine. Hlue Itall: Win. Carson, Ci-nideii: T. Mar-ton. Middle town; J. It. Young. I).i)toi;J. I). Smith, Seven Mile; James Stokes, Jacksinburgh. W IL Forg). New Carlisle; I.. H. Olds, Sliringtitld- S. W. Mas-ei, Osborn. hen the pretb) ter) adjourned at noon, a tuprt b luni Iieou, furnished by the Iadi"S of tlie First and Second Presb) terian ihurche- of this city.was sened iu the pal lors ot the First church, to the members of the presb) ter) and the lathes of the Da) ton presbstenal, which is also m se ion at the ihureh "-ev eral hundred ladle- and gen tltjneii partook of this handsome repast, which eiubraied a wide and tooth-ome range of subttantialt and dainties, -cried In the most charming wa) by the )oung ladies of tlie ihiirches. Socially. It was a ver) delightful occasion; and, ga-trouomlc-all.it left nothing to be de-ired but an early ret urrence. The llH)toii I'reslijtrrial. The Da) ton Presb) tenal coinposetl of the ladies' missionary societies of the churches comprisetl in the Da) ton Presb) -ter), began its annual meeting this morning in the parlors of the First Presbyterian church. There are fort) -three churches In this presbyter), and thent)-one are repre- sentetl at the iiittiug totl.i) 10. iepieen tatiu-. resKntlmg at roll eill The follow ing ofticers are present rretideiit, Mrs. .1. II Montgomery of Da) ton, nt-Presidents, Mrs I . b be), of Hamilton. Mrs S K Drurv. ol 'Irov, Mrs. I'rt-ervttt M.utli, of D.ivtnn. Mrs. W. A. Hiitihinson. of hrauklin Miss Klleu W. lliislmell, of Sprnigheld llttord Ing Setretar), Mits Mar) 1 Willard. of pringtield, ('orTesiniling tt rt tar) Mis I.. Moore, of la)ton I rca-urer. Mi niabeth W. Hughes, ot Di)tnn The oeuiiig session w as t Ii irat teneil In a large attendance and entltii-ia-m. It w.i openeil with devotional exerci-e- b) the president, Mr- Montgomery and others. Mott of the fore noon wat con-limed m heiring report-of tlie voting ladies' and children t bands throughout the presbterl.il, and the remrtswere unlvertall) of a iliaruttr to encourage ami in-pirc. Mrs. Moore, of Da)toti, who reprc-entitl thit ImIv at the recent annual meeting of the parent Imard. at Raltimore, gave an interesiing aivount of the ses-lon. At noon the ltodj adioumtl to participate in the hand-onie linn h 1 1-c- wherealludeil to. This afternoon the executive committee of the presb)terial is in ses-ion and the boil itstdf LsitMipieil in the hearing of two papers one on "1 tab Mormoni-m,' b) Mrs. Dr. Hair, of vondale. .mil one on the "Ktliicational Work of Women's Foreign MRsionar) Sotieties," b) Mrs. Hall, of Dai ton. rinnvTii: Nori-. Ilex. Mr. Abbey, of II uiiilton. is the gue-t of Dr. A. Dunlap. Itev. Dr. Kemper, of South Charleston is the gue-t of his old friend, Itev. Dr Itot waltl. Itev. Dr. Colmery, the stated clerk of the presbyter). Is tlie guest of Mr. CvntsA. l'helps. Colonel Tamil, of Da) ton. a delegate to the pretb) ter). is the gue-t of Mr. Wilhain Kodgers. Ilev. Dr. Prentiss tie Veuve, the nioileri' tor, and wife are the gue-tsof Mr. and Mrs John H. Thomas. Uei. Dr. Montgomer), the retiring mod erator, and wifo arc the guests of Mr audi Mr-. Am. Winger. ! QThe Itev. Mr. Carson, temjiorar cleriv or the presb) ten. Is the guest of Mrs. I.i-Ii. Mr. C. makes an address this evening, 1 lev. Dr. Vesbit of Oxford, O. who reads the report on foreign mission- tonight, is the guest of Mr. Thomas F. MctJrevv. jr Mrs. Dr. Hair, of Avomhle Cincinnati , : ' ; IV . ..... who read a paper before the Ladles Mis-, sionarysociet).isthegnestof Dr. ami Mr-. raicoiter. Cvtiis Fali-oner. .M. D of Hamilton. O for man) ve.irs the leading ph)-iciaii of Hutler count), now a di legate to the pre b)ter).isthe gue-t of hi-old eltstunte. Dr. Mexander Dunlap. MIAMI CONFERENCE III tlir Conrec'itloiial 4 htirrlies of soittti-wrttt-rii Ohio, Kent hi I.) nml XV e-t V lt Clniil. The Miami conference of Congregational chiinhes held its ojienlng session Tuesdai evening In the Congregational church, the Itev. l.eorge II. Smith, of the Colinnbii church, station C, Cincinnati, preat hing tlie sermon, from Hebrew 11 J7 ( ounge and persistence in Christian work was ef fectively nrgeil upon the audieiiie. Itev. Mr. McCiiue, of Irontoii, and Itev Mr. Chittenden, of Ccredo. W. Va.ton- diieted the eoliilillinioll serviiet vv huh tol lowed, which were impressive VIIINslv MlillMMl. Tlie conference was call it 1 to order b) the set retary. Dr. J. Tatt, of Itiverside church. Cincinnati. Oil motion, Itev. W. II. Warren, of Cen tral church, Cincinnati, was chosen niotler ator. Messrs. Smith ami Stac), of Cincinnati, were appointed a committee of enrollment and the following delegate- were reporttsl Central (( uuinnatil Itei. W. I! War ren, pastor, and wife; Mr. C. L. F. Hunt ington. Horace Stacey. Starrs (Cincinnati) Itev. and Mrs. K. P. Foster, Mr. II. !. Wilson, James H irtle). Newport (Kentuck)) Itev. K. S. Ktl ton. T. II. Ahlen. Irontoii Itev. Koliert McCime. M. Sulli-1 van. Cereilo (W.Va.) -Itev. A. 11. Chittenden. Dr. J. T. Wharton. Itiverside, (.Cincinnati) Dr. J. 'laft. Springfield Itev. s P. Dunlap, pa-tor-eleet;b. F Fa). W. A Fa). O N liar tliolomew, Mr. and Mrs. C M Nichols, V. P. Wright. Mrs. . II. Crant, Miss Lizzie Wright Walnut Hills, (Cincinnati) Itev. J. W Simpson. Itev. J. (5. Frazer, of Madison. Ohio, Ohio secretary of the American Home Mis sionary society. Wm. A. Duncan, eso, , of si rat u-e. N Y , heltl secretary of the Congregational Sun day ehool and Publishing socleti Messrs tMiiith, Foster and Whaiton were appointed a biisuiiss committee. Itev. A. II. Chittenden, of Cereilo, W. Va.. read an interesting pajier on "Per sonal Christian Life." Remarks were made on tins admirable paper bv the moderator. Itev. Wuren. Itev K. P. Foster and Ilev. K i. Itilston Devotional services were conducted at this hour, by the Itev. S. P Dunlap KM11I1I' 1'eiHtrts were l.Mivi rill Item -. inaile from the several ihunhes of the conference, showing that iiiueh progress has been made The reiort from Cereilo, West Virgiua. w it esjiwiall) encouraging. Central church. Cincinnati, reported an improved -condition under the new pastorate of Itev. W. II. Warren The Irontoii church had called Itev Kobert McCune to be its pastor and it u&x hoped that he would accept The pistor of the Columbia ihureh, Cincinnati, Ilev. Ceo. II. Smitli. was reported a verx etlicient Walnut Hills churih, Cincinnati has had a bright, prosperous year. A good and encouraging report was given from the Spruigtield churih. The cliunh was grow ing and the attendance Increasing. Tlie Newport (K).) church and undav school w ere reiorted as In a good and pro-peroiis condition. Something wa- said m the re ports of -teail). persistent work, all through the y ear; of the importance of the haml- plucking of fruit lliit.ery K Appointments Invit tttiiti to Iartii Ipatct ill tin- (.rami I'nr.nle t the regular meeting for drill of batttry K, Monday night at the armory Captain J. G. Kennati appointed Pruates Henry II. Itof-gs. Jacob Cooiierand Calim I lohr as corporals. An Invitation was ret ened a-k ing the battery to participate ill the grand (i. A. 1!. parade on Thursday. April .' The invitation was accepted, provided horses are furnished. Thit will probably b settled todai. I'etlt Lnrieliy. esterday atlernoon Othcer Mar-hall searcheil the room of C D. Tullv. who was arrested for petit larcen), and found a xa Itse full of brass and tools, which were identihed as belonging to the fcpnngtield Itrass foundry. Tullywas nnttl for jh. tit lan-eny b) Judge Young y estenla). and another cliarge of petit laneny has been placed against him. Death ol Thomas llni iiUon. Mr. Thomas Davidson, known as the west end dairyman, living at 10 south Yellow Springs street, tiieil at It o'elotk tins forenoon, aftt r a short illne-s- He was aged sixty -three year-, anil had been a resident of Sprmglield for tlurty--ix )ears. He leaves a wife and an adopted daughter to mourn his death. The time for the funeral had not been fixed t the time ot going to pre-s. A f.oott Intent nti-iit. A lot in Maitland's addition, east High street Take tlie free buss that lean's La gonda house corner at 1 p. m., ami attend this -ale. Genu' genuine kangaroo shoes only S 1. 00 at Itmise A Parsotis's. HERE W HAVE 'EM. President Thomas Announces His Coun nl Committees for the Ensu ing Year. I. il nit soillli, fur strel . lor I .if, anil I rl.-.l. tt.rl'o- Irr Hit, t tutirll!!! Xlll. ir XMkeM i ltrit. Ili..r lit. The t it) council met in regular session la-t night, with President I- I I'lioinas in the t hair. '1 hi? following meiiitwrs were pre-tnt lit i lew. Itlee, lliirnett, Dicus 1-ri.d. Funk. (.rem. II mika, Hoppes, Koru. Mckeiuii, Michail, Miller. .Netts, hlack, itiiutlt and the presidriit Die minutes of the last meeting were read, approittl and signed, after which the bu-ine-s of the meeting jiroceeded as fol lows oini III UI POUT-. l!v the cltrk Ileport of .lames P. dood win. a-iua)or. for the mouth of March the reHrt show ttl that lit arre-ts were untie ami ? . , mi paid into the city treas ur) Four were i oiniiiitted and eighteen wt re dismissed 'I torty-one were fined for loitering, and one for keeping filthy premise- The remainder were hned for drunk enness and di-ortlerl) conduit. Iteferred to the auditing committee It) the clerk Iteportof the water works tru-tees lor the mouth of .March, showing tint SO- r'J had been received for water rents and -4J irom all other sources. The ilisbur-eineiits were si. 777 V Filetl. II) the Clerk A communication from Frank Hood, claiming damages for injuries sustained b) tailing into an excavation on l.orlit -tri t nt tli.. uittrs-t!nn i,f tliM ntlMt , t m . ..nt nml w,.-r Ih.i,i xinitw.m and Plea.s mt streets, on Februarj 1st He had unloaded a load of ha) and started west on the alley without knowing that there was an) obstruction in the street He WAH precipitated inlo the excavation, tin geiner wun iils icaiii ne claim- tiiat lie sustained permanent injuries in his left leg. Kefirred to tin un e committee. I!) the clerk I.'eport of iliief of police, granting iernut- to sell beer at dances. 15) the ilerk petition from John Wil li me anil lift) others for tlie appointment i lime anil lilt) others, tor the appointment )f a tWtecMf the r nIar IltlIlce f()r(.u ,)f u;cHi. the detective It. receive the -ame i .ii-.. .j .. iiiif.Mintti i!Mfrts I t. tiii -alar) as a policeman. Ileferreil to iiolice itiinmittte The pietulent then hanileil Ins lish of -landing committees to the clerk, who an notinreil them. The) are a-follows: rimnce Dicus, Itlt, Thomas. Strctttand hig!iwas Smith. Fried. Di ms lterlew. P.urnett. McKenna, Slack, IIoppi-s, Crumley. City Improvements Kunk, I loniieNSlack, McKenna, N'etts. Sevvert Crumley, Funk, Slack, Vetts, (t recti Fire Department -Hoppes lllee.Thomas. Wattr Works Haniku. Smitli, llopi-es Koni. I!!ie. It ulnvuls (ireein MIcliael. Slack. Ilules mil Printing laek, Hopi-es, tur uett Poller Fnetl. Slilllh. lliirnett LightantlCorporations P.iirnt lt,IIopes, llanika. Korn, Mack. Public Buildings U!ee. Dicus. Slack, lierlew, llioina- Public I ibrary McKenna, Crumlpy, Miller.' Vudltlng lterlew. Funk, Duns. M irkett Michael, Smith. Green Ceim terns and Parks -Milhr. 'Michael, lterlew Health lterlew. Haiuka. Korn. Claims N'etts, Fried, .Miller. Ortliniuces and Law Korn, Miller, and dreen. Hie place- which the president fills on theiomiiiitteeou nuance, hre department and public buildings, were left blank, but j on motion of Mr. Fred the name of the president was inserted in the blanks On motion of Mr Funk a recess was taken for tt n minutes, to allow- the com mittees time to examine the bills, so that they t ould he paid. hen council was again called to order it at ouie took up the consideration of the I IIMMITTI I i:i rtlltTs. Mr. Minth of the street committee Pay ortliuauie to i: VWIllams.paY uf street handt U1 25 .1 T Cliapmiu, estimate ua Nelson street liO On Vlat t,reeu, fur gritel 7J i. Tital Mr.2 Pavseil. Hy Mr Funk, of the city improvement committee Pay ordiiianrp to tjeo Tegeler. culvert, east Main strtet - JU . Vrmstrong Itros erussingptitet 11 37 Patrick l'oulau. estimate .. tin 4i Tut it IIIJJ Pls-eil Mr Hoppes, of the lire department com niitttf- Pa) orilinance to Fureka I-ire lluse. it , liise, etc , 54o7 50 -prhigueld brats Co , zincs I 5o T"t it I45 IX, Itv the clerk, from the water works com mittee Pi) ordinance to jJas Murras wurk on niter galleries i i is mares screen i;t ii. . S73 67 S171 bi Hvbii l -pellsey. e-tlniale """ A "Pelluy e-tlmtte r..t.it Pa-sisl. I!) Mr Slick, of the committee on rules Pay ordinance to . haiiipliei. lty Times, t.tvertislng jlVHli transcript l'rlntlnji . atttrrllslng 11 St time i'apr .'o . letter heaits for itirk 1 40 Total si3 . Passed. 1!) Mr Fnetl. of the police committee Pa) ordinance to 1 elephune Co . lnesiges 5 I So Jas li t.ievd supt ch till gall.: . J UO T ital -JJ 'a Passed. IIIJIIV VNl I- NI Xltsl 1 t t XNV. It) the clerk .pplic.ition from It P. Willis ,v Sun. to tip -ewer. Referred to the -evnr tointiiitlec. Ity the clerk Second reading of an ordi innee providing for the lmpaueling a jury in the poliieiourt. l.l-OI I HON-. Itv Mr. Itlee 1 hat ?" Iw set aside to purchase ice tor u-e in the council chani lier Adopted. Hy Mr. hunk That two gas jmsts dis plaied by the electric light on Factory street .it the L. M. railroad bridge, be placed on inter street ami that $s i, -et aside to p i) for same. Iteferred. Ity Mr. Fried That broken crossing plates be replai ttl at the corner of Miller and Limestone -treets ami at the corner of I'moii and Luiie-toiie streets. Iteferred. Hi Mr tried 'I hat the crossings on Limestone street at tne intersection of Mon roe, Mulberry and Kizer streets be repaired, ltefened. 15) Mr. Miller-That SJ50 be set aside for the purpose of lepiiringthe bridge oier Ituck creek at I.igomla. rteferrcd. It) Mr. Miller That a committee of three be appointed to reimrt to council in one wtek regarding the fatts attending the reitnt eln turn of councilman in the Second ward. Mr. Fried jumped up and moi ed to amend the resolution so as to m-truct the commit tee to rejiort concerning the facts of the i lection in the first want. After some spar- I ring the amendment was adopted. .Mr. r unk then suggested that the com mittee be increase b) the addition of the 'tit) solicitor. .Mr. Miller said that it was not his inten tion, in presenting tlie resolution, to drag tlie in Uti r into law, but he would not seri ous' object to the solit itor. The resolution was tinall) adopted. President Thomas announced that he would aptsjiiit the committee before council adjourned, bat council adjourned without the hearing ot the committee named. Hy Mr. Netts That the street committee prepare for adoption a grade on west Main street, from theoMtorioration line west to the new line. Iteferred to the stiet t com mittee. II) Mr. Netts I hat propi rt) owtits-son litith sides of Westt in aienue. between Main and North -treet-. In- ordtrttl to pave with brhk the sidewalk abutting on their propert). within tixt) tla Adopted. On motion, council then adjourned. THE C. A. R. CONCERT. li I llthii.ln.tir sin Irs. ln.1 Night Th I'rugr tiuitir, Aitio.rahl) I in nlril Tliedrand opera hou-e w is gi) with decorations when the curtain lose on the benefit com ert by local talent, assisted by V ha.-t street band last night Foster, of Day Ion, had kindly loitied the coutmilttr an Immeii-e quantity of decorative material and it had been used with good ehect The stage was draped with Mags and banners, and a pic ure of (eueral Grant looked from thecenter of the prost-enium an h leltl- banners and designs, in red.whlle ami blue, adorned the b-vlconv and Ii.. to.ethei with piiture- of distinguished nericatis Patriotism was the central idea of thedei oration-. 'Ihe audieiiie was a very large and rep resentative one- tlie ruin ert an artistic succe-s. The big b mil In- mule market, Improvement under the -killfut direction oi its new Mulligan leider. I'mf J II (,ard ner, and now does very nuelv. particularly In volume. It will anpure linet-e later on doubtless. Prof. Gardner is uiiiiuestioii i bly a tine director, ami he w leldcd the baton last night with al! the grace of ai liomv o aliilmore. Gardner s baud of Flint, Mich was probably the best ums.cal organization In that state, ai.il won great 1 uirels at th. Centennial Handsome programmes were distributed in the theater list night, giiinn the programme, the iiersonel of the band and the ro-ter of Mitt hell nisi the pro gramme) wrreemliossed. with military de sign on the flout Mitchell iist deserie credit for getting them mil Gen. J. Warren Keiftr's address con sfstetl of a review of the grand vvork of the G. A. It. in 0ilo and their nun ortal i-v-t as soldiers hi the historv of the war. Mr S. W, Tarv in -ang ' Golden Love." in n delicious tenor voice, anil win. as u-ual the warmest arTwtion of the aud.ence Mr Tarv in's v oice is a revelation to --pringtiei. Mr-. Cob nel White s humorous rccititioi was etfectliely done. 'Ihe opening number of part second bi the band '"Iteierie." bi Heyer wa-si well done that it wasredunandetl. althnugl "no eniores was the rule Mis. Fsther Simpson sing Miliird's 'Itetnrn' w ith such delicious expression and sweetness that she was compelled to re-pond to an en thusiastic encore with a plantation ballad "Mas-a's in tie cole, cole grouu'." JIrs I. B. Kaniest plea-etl the audience with her medley, embracing the sublime and rulicii Ions, the grave and tlie gay, and wa- al-o encored. The male quartette was a little out of tune, but w as brought b u k again and kindly re-ponded. Ihe programme concluded with "Mur Hag," by the bu. band, a stirring selection eompo-ed of war tunes harmonically intermingled The-o-loistt from the bind were all excellent quite as good at in my that apieared hen with double the pretentiousness (" D Crumba k's cornet solo J F Cook s eu phonium solo, J. c Itulurt- ma-terly handling of,the trombone, and J II Gobi ke's variations on the II Hit clarionet wen all most admirable. The soloists, wert brought hen-by Prof. Gardner, ind wen members of his bai.il in Flint The G. A. It realintl very biiid-otneb on the concert the jiroeeeds of wh'cbare to lie devoted to the coming department en campineiit THE ECLECTICS. C The Vpril Meeting ot tin- tentrul Ohio AsKoi-Ialinii. The Central OhioFcIectic -Meibcil is-oci ation met pursuant to their list ad '..urn ment at the otlice of Dr. Miranda. Four teen members answered to roll call, xiz Wagstaff. of North LewLtburg. lteichird. of Xevv Mooreheld, Illoyer. of Catawba-, Dowell. of Irbana, Dillahuut. of Pitihln; .N'esbitt. of Tremont City; Morrow, of liar mony: Wiltlasin, of Platt-butg Kejiler. ot I-ondon. Itussell. Mirandi, lu-tiii, Barry ami Cole, of this city unerotis iluuct were in attendance. The following are a few A young mm present by Dr Itiis-ell.siinVringwithMIi.. or club foot who had been ojierateil upon at a previous meeting, and i tinal operation was performed yesttnlay Dr Kepler pri-eiited a little girl afttiitul with tumors there Iwing four altogether under the lower jaw. The most serious being one of the par oled gland. They will be removed at somt future meeting. Dr. Kepler also brought a young man who had an eyeamputateil and a glass eye was nttetl in tor him Dr Ktuell presented two cases of abdominal or ovarian tumors that will be removed at an early date. Dr. Bloyer gave a very lie teresting description of the mastodon skele ton found at his place. Healsosaul he had succeeded in securing the addresses of ovei tW eclectic physicians in the state of Ohio, he being corresponding secret try of tin Ohio State a oeiatiou. A general discussion bsik place regard ing reduced rates to the Nation il ati.ttt tlon. to tie held at Wankc-ha, Fills. Wis consin. in June, of winch Dr. Ita-sell i president It was linally de. ideil tl at tin only way to evade the erTeit of the inter statu commerce bill would be to . h irter two or three palace t an and piy m leage theie on. from hereto the ilestinaiion. thereby allowing all to go who saw lit at a very low rate. It was discus.-ed .is to ho'ding a meeting in May which wa- ovtrnilcd, oi account of the Ohio state meeting in the city the 1Mb and JOth of May in the nsuu of the "Buckeye club," and .t h unmet ai the A rrade hotel. Meeting adjourned to meet tht thin Tuesday in June. . D MiniNiiv. M. D . :sei'y. JUDCE YOUNC'S COURT. 1tenl Important Ca-e- ll.pi,-i of Vis tnril.lv Tin iHlii,!,,, Trl il Judge ounc's court was pretty livcli for aw Inle estertlay afti moon and sev i ra important ca-e- were di-po-ed of in shor' ortler. It Is becoming comical to note the expression of resignation which pis-es oier the countenance of the pn-oneit a Judge Young, in a deep bas voue. tines t"ieni S or ?10 and costs and warn- them not to aj pear again before linn, fter a little while he will be a ventible terror to the tough Anna Wilson, disorderly, was tuieil -3 while Alex Grey son. for the -.line offen-e got '. George Yates and Johnny Itos, were each fined $" for being drunk and dtst r derly. The elephant began to go around when the case of Bridget Sullivan w a- called She was charged in two cases with using obscene language, the charges being pre ferred by Nettie Miller ami Mrs. Nettie Kay. She was found guilty and Judge Young lined her S." and costs in each case, and concluded by saying "Don't let me see you here again." Nettle .Miller and Mrs. Kay, charged by Mr. Sullivan with disonlerlv conduct were tried and dis missed. C. D. TuIIy was tried on a charge of petit larceny and lined slr and costs. He was also nuetl S10 and costs for earning con cealetl weaisuis. Walter Wright charges with loitering, was di-mleil. having pro cured a place to work. A Oillrt VV f,l.l..i... A quiet but happy wedding occurred last eveniug at o o'clock at the parsonage of tlie Central M. L. church. Mr John O'DonnelL, a young fanner, ami Mu-s OIHe Hank being the contracting parties. The Kev- William Hull) an performed Ihe ceremony. New hats just received this morning at Mrs. king's millinery store, next door to Murpny.v- urn. Ladies' dress shoes only Si.ar, at Bouse A. rarsons-s. NEW GOODS! Black Jackets, $3.50 to $10. Check Jacket. $3 to . Kersey Jacket. Embroidered Ca.hmere Fie In-. $J to 10, in black and creamT" "raxruiitrusrc-- SHAWLS and SCARFS New (Jinghams. The best 12 USe Sateens. Cheap lot Waite (Soods, halt former price. The latent ParasoN and Sun Cnibrellas. MURPHY &BR0. KAUFMAN'S, 10 BUCK'S 0PEH1 HUUMF, Well and Farorably Known ea SPRINGFIELD'S ONE PRICE G II G Is ready and willing tojshow to his many friends and pa- J trons the handsomest, most elegant Qtting and che.ipet garments for this season eTer exhibited in this community. 2 KNEE PANTS FOR 25 CENTS, AT KAUFMAN'S. t&)&&ci - :!t aal 3b' Sonlk Liaestone. Will the ladies please ex amine the coice styles of Em broideries displayed in our touth window, marked 25c a yard? Since early last Janu ary we have been selling large quantities of embroideries, but vve now offer the very best bargain or the whole season ; they would sell at 40c a yard easily, but we prefer to take 25c a yard and the honor of selling the cheapest and best embroideries in Springfield; that is more to us than the extra 15c. Egyptian Laces will be nore used this season tlinn iven last year ; we have on aie the best assortment of lew designs in the market, trom the narrowest edge to he widest lull skirt width : .vere we to quote prices, it .vould not convev anv Irln nt the value of those goods ; they iook worm three times times as much as we sell them at. There can be no prettier trimming for wash dresses than this kind of lace, and if you want to be sure of get ting the choicest designs, you nust purchase early in the season, as, like last year, the supply will hardlv enml tr,0 demand. liable anil fThiMrmi r..Ait n now 011 sale on the middle counter, in tln -..,... .slc ten oi mem are tnmiiied in if... lillt thd niM.t n.l ... .-. .. ... .t,... ua ineiuesi are alt trimmed with htn Sum.- v...i . . s.s.1u,u,ul.,T me come to us from a .New York manufacturer .vim virt Iu. Klm-jitr .. . V. " ueinn; "ion of m- tree" fo.- sttbt.n,! n. -. . r. . . rt 'ines tin tliem -o . m. . . r . .: ,, ' -"' "s. "w, cic, eic.. tell j ou sm ill profit to us and the manufacturer as well. ParasoN are now commanding a eootl leal of our attention r .. - .1 . ? . complete stock of both Sun Umbrellas and 1 amstns m 011s aenje. Satin, I'oniree Silk vi th Natural Woml .!,... 1. .?. .' loul. Kbony. Gold or Silver "Handles. l ui am juu uoming w inspect ourdispUy and an Imitation isn't necessary. ror a genuine bargain in children', stocking; look at our assortment of full regular, seamless, eitra long hose at 1. 1 pair, for sUes 6 6, aml - t-atrforTS.SandSK- And also look at t le companion bargain, in solid odors and back; hea- rrench nbbed hose -0c a pair for the ttrst three sues and sj fjr the otier three; they are the best eierX stKkltigforCh lin-n fh..M . ..... .' r pat on the market at the prices. . Ht?ar onft nirr nr.i f . S imnier Skirts are on sale with us aV -'C o . .,. .v. w. eic. ion can buy a goxl 1 lb l made and read'' -hP as the clotn. Votirsrispectfulli. ,, . .UjjHIAMHLJ- - BfSSSTSSsS Ksfri-arts?sa?ciSs?j. ii&mim&m Wi&x&&?&tt,s iSSiEif