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VOL. XXXIII NO. 112.
SPEIKGF1ELD, O., TLll'KMJAY EVEMMI. MAY 12, 1SS7.
riimttenlnc weather, with
Itht local rains, national?
Springfield, O., )
May 12. 18S7. J
INFANT'S CHANCF !
The first school for infants
was established in France by
Oberlin, the pastor at VVald-beck-
He appointed women
in his parish to assemble chil
dren between two and six
years of age, his object being
to interest them by conversa
tion, pictures and maps, and
to teach them to read and
sew. The more celebrated
development of this idea is
that of the German, called
These are as celebrated in
this country as in Germany,
and another thing more cele
brated here are the famous
clothing stores, like the When
in this market, which fur
nishes such beautiful garments
for children at such low prices.
This.seaiMlour child's and
boy's clothes departments
have been attended to great
care, and we have numerous
new and novel patterns. Cer
tain that we can suit any boy's
fancy and his parents' pocket
Come and see.
25 and 27 West Main Street.
it Jim are 111 need of a fiat,
A Unmet or rlat,
lust gie tu a rail.
For we are cheapest of all.
And we have just now received
From the "easterly" east,
Tlie most stj lish designs
(lu which your eyes rati feast.
"S) come get the profits
1 hat are clearly jour gain :
.lust turn on to Market
Kmiii the comer of Main.
21 NORTH MARKET.
lietween Mala and Colombia .Street.
11. C. UON.
AM) FAHILT SUPPLIES.
The Itest Canned and Bottled Goods.
Strictly 1'nre and Firgt.L'la-8
Uoodg, at Lowest Prices.
The Late C. T. Ward Grocery,
7 WEST MAIN ST.,
Corner of Center, Springfield, 0.
TKI.KP1IOKK MO. 32.
ljelngtScoariaff and Repairing
-I MY I-
.A.. B. Jaxaes
UH V. AVaahinstun HI.
JJetween Market and Center, Springfield, (
Tbe. Garfield Mouuiueiit, at Washington,
DelicateJ with Iuiptfeiuir Ceremonies
and Amid an Immense Throng.
(eueml .1. Vlteneii heller a lentinl
I ic.ire, lille Itoyittnit ! sn,serl
It ItlfVettll.t tillHsIl lit leetll 111
Hit It trltcrtiiiml.
11 the Associated Press
W viiiutin. May li. '1 he second day
of the reunion ol the sti. h t of the Army
of the Cumhcrlanl .i- a pcrfiit specimen
of Washington irini? wt ather 'llie si,v
was cloudless, ami the temperature delight
ful an nleal ita) fur oKiiair t erenionie-.
t noon the executive tlfpirtmcnts were
At the business meeting this morning of
the so. ictv. Colonel lit nry .Stone, of Hot
ton, was selected as the orator, anil Colonel
William MrMlthatl. of New x. ork. as al
ternate, of the next reunion. Chicago was
seltxted as the place. aiidChicaiiiaugaivcfk
III September in lsss a the time for hold
ing the next reunion. The present oftirers
of the stieiety were re-elected for the rum
1'rtMiijitlv at 11 "o (5inei.il Haire, thief
marshal ot the aralc, gave the sign il for
man lung, anil the procession starteil A
platoon of mounted imhce lead thewn),
followed by (Itucral Him! anil his allies,
who iirceeiietl the carrl ice in which were
seated Cenenils Mierman. Mierldin anil
llosccraiis, three ot the tour living com-1
nianilers of the Ann of the CiiiuNtI mil.
Ceneral Kuril, the remaining coniiuauiler,
Iremg unable to lie present.
The procession moved up II street tolsth
street, thence to reiuisylvania avenue, down
w lilrli It luirclied to Third street, where
the lirst division met them, and proceeded
down Third street to Mar land avenue, and
halted on the avenue near the monument.
The second division continued on its course
and took jiositnm on First
north ot the statue.
... . . ,i
treeu at the
On the grand stand near the statue seits
had been arranged for l.&OO ersoiis. A
numtierof these were occupied at least an
hour before the-procession arrived. A pair
of comfortable arm i hairs placed in theceu
ter of the stand were rex nisi for the pres
ident and Mrs. Cleveland. TUces were
also resort ci! for the sculptor and other fa
vored guests .lames and ll.irrj darfiflil
mirnuuiniiu srn u) Mninu JIIPS-1,
Seen tar Ha-anl and Attomev (.en-
' . J l
viai it imiiu iir tills Fill. 11 ir- ii ni
r,..!s ..,..1 ere su i ii, i J, ..f
Mrs. Cleveland. Memliers of the
excepting Justices WikhI and llarliu, and
were seated m a row to the left of the
ieakers stand. Kepreseiitatives of the
diplomatic corps were placed on the right
of the stand. At 1 o'clock. Generals Sher
man, Shendan. Kosecraus, and (.ov.Curtiu
arrived In a carriage just after the head of
the procession made- Its apjiearance. They
were soon followed b Tresident Clev eland.
w ho w as escorted b Ceil. Anderson and
"setretarj and Mrs. Faircliild, Col. and Mr-.
Lamont, Tost Master (ieneral YIIis and
Secretar Lamar. Mrs. Cleveland took
her seat lieside the president. Kx
Secretar Windoin and ex-Attome (.en
eral JlcVeigli of l'resident (Jarrield's cal
luet w ere among the guest present. The
ejcrrrise opened with prayer by Kev. Or.
Giety. The Marine, band Uim stmckup
"Hall to the Chief" and amid rlannlrur of
kaaatlie Auwricao flax enTeioplng the
SHunr -was aroi.iwa-TU(rtinirgtvt
bruote image stood exposed to the ej of
midday son. There was a short lull In tlie
pioivtlings while a batten of arllllerv
lired a national salute (.eiieral Sheridan '
then introduced the orator of the dav, (ien
eral J. Warren Kelfer, who, on the part
of the monument committee, delivtrisl!
an address transftrring the statue to
(ieuerai Sheridan. General Sheridan, in
liehalf of the people, transferred the statue i
to tlie president, asking him, as the repre- oration at the unveiling of the Garfield
sentativc of the Aim rican ptsiple. to .uh ept Matu ,hls stterntH.n. said that the .It lega
it. The president, who arose as General , ,, . . ., .,
Sheridan began opeaking, then l-gau his tI"'' fr," 1,i -uu' m tlle republican con-
aildress accepting the statue as the gift to enti iet summer, would I ie solid for
the nation. N-nator hennaii for president, ami that it
Km low Cmrs--Iii perfonuance of would not be for.Mr. lllaineforthe liomina
the duty assignetliue oil this occasion. I ,,, )e if bhernian should not be a can
herdb accept on behalf of the iieople of ... , .. ., , , ... ,
the I'mtetl Mates this complete ami i.!,ll,,,,le- '"-cause it was not oelieted Hlaine
mill statue. Amid uitercliarge of fraternal s as strong as other men who were atail
grtvtings lietween the surtivers of the "'e. Me thought Mr. Illame's MTsonal
Ami of the Cumlierland and their following was jim as numerous and ardent
fonner foes uikiii the bittle held, and .is it ever was in Ohio, but there was a fear
while the I'mon generals and people that he ought not to be nominated again,
piesldent awaited the burial, the common However, should Hlaine be nominated, lie
grief of these magnanimous survivors and would be elected,
mouniing citizens found expression In the I Governor Foraker, he said, would be
determination to erect this tribute to Amer
icau greatness, and this ttHld, in its sm-
nit ir aim oeaui, ii preseius mis sign til
animosities forgotten, and of broth
rrhot.il redeemed, and a toktn
of a nation rehired. Monuments
and statues multipl throuirhoiit the land
titting illustrations of line and atfcitiouof
our grateful jsniple an.l commemorating
brat" and patriotic sat ntices in war, fame
in iicaceful pursuits or honor in public
station. Hut from this da forth
there shall stand at our
seat of government this statue of a distui
goished citizen, who in his life and s. rvnes
combined all these things and more, which
challenge admiration in the Aiiieiiean char
acter. Iitiug tenderness m eter ilomes
tlc relat on. brav er on the held of batlle.
fame and tlistinctiou in our halls
of legislation and highest honor and
diguit in the chief inagitrac of the na
turn. This state! tfllg shall not fall to
teach ever beholder that the wiuneof
American gieatness is not confined to anv
condition nor deiieiident alone to its
growth and development iiihiii favora
tile surroundings, (.emus of our national
life lietkons to list fulness anil lion ir.
those in ever sphere and offers the highest
preferment to maul hopes and slurd,
honest etfort. ihastencl and t onset rated b
patriotic finis's and aspiration As long
as this statue st mils let it lie
ren eiubercd that to ever American
citien the wat is oiK'iito lame and station,
and muting from high to higher. Iieckons
on for the crowning step, the pillar of a
jieople's hope, the renter of a world's de-
ire- Nor can we form t that it also teat lies
our iieople a sad and distressing lesson, and
the tiioughtful iitiztn who views its fair
proportions cannot fail to recall the trugisli
of death wlin li brought irrief au.1 mo r unz
to ever household ill tlie land. Hut while
Auuricaii iitieiislup stands aghlst
ami ailrn-'litisl that murder and ass.is.iiua
tioii should lurk in their niltl-t
ol free jieople and trike tlown tlie head
of their government, fearless search and
discover of the origin and ludimr-pliceot
the-e hateful and unnatural things should
be followed bt a solumi result e to purge
foreter from our political methods and
from the operation of our government jier
versions and misconceptions which gate
birth to passionate and blood thoughts. If
from this hour our admiration fur brawn
and nobiht, American manhoiHl
and orr faith in jKissibilities
and opiHirtunities, Aiiieiiean cit
izenship will be renewtsl. If our
appreciation of the blessing of a restortil
union and love for our government be
strengthened, and If our watchfulness
against the dangerous, mad chase after
partisan sjmuIs liequtckemsl the dedication
of tins statue to the iieople of the I lilted
Mates will not lie in vain.
During the tit liter" ol his address the
president was freipientl lrit.-rnij.teti b
outbursts of applause. II.lt l'ower, who
was pastor of Gtiieral Garfield's ihurch,
then pronounctsl the benediction, and the
tioops were itisiiiisstst and the teremonh-s
DI-sci:lPTIO OF Till MOM til NT.
At the foot ot -Man land avenue, a thoi
oughfare with which few ieople who come
to Washington hate any aciiuaiutanre,
there has stood for a lew da s past a sombre
pile of sculpture that all know is the statue
of l'resident Garfield b .1. Q A. Ward.
Wiappcdlu fumral bl&. k, it iuipels this
s cUtor to unrov er and sak Inwlilsiersa
s 'f he wele in the presence of the deaiU
I lie few who saw the statue when Mr.
tul came over from New York to put It
I I pi ire, sav it is a work full of energ and
lite, and that the portraiture Is so perfeit
'i it one aluio-d expects the heroic giant In
b ouze to open his lips and sieak. 'lie
Matuc itself i twelve feet lilt.li theinslesta1
is loiiitisMi, and three buttresst-, thrown 01 1
from it bear on eaih an allegorical figure
in bronze representing darlield as the stu
dent, the soldier and the statesman. Mr.
Ward is an Oil loan, and was a warm friend
and admirer of the deid president. He
slid when he took hist oinmission for this
slatue troui the "n ciet of t ic Ami of the
Ciiiiilierliiiil. that it should lie his master
piece. It rem mis for the critics tt to sa
win tin r he his reilmil his ambition; but
his friends are confident that this work is
the lest piece of statu irj at the capital,
and that as a work of art it even surpasses
his tiucstrian statue of General Tl.omin at
the intersection of Foiuteenth street and
liameld is reie-enttsl delivering an open
air sHtth. In Ills lelt hind he holds a
pimphlet. with theioniersof the le-ives
riuiipltsl and turned down. The title page
isiiiseribed "btatutesof thel lilted Mates."
'I he ncht hand rests on an octagonal pillar
half draped. The head is thrown up. im
parting great energ and v Igor to the fig
ure. Mr. Wan! has lieen bold and put an
overcoat on his statue, a circumstance that
will serve to et the wags 'to drawing com
pirisons with the nude uiaible statue of
Washington, b (.reenough, up on the
plaa in front of thet.ipitol. It Is a "store
overroat, too, which shows how daring the
sculptor's realism has been On the right
hand side is the little tell tale card Hicket,
the badge of the read made articles
The three broii7e figures on the ptslestal
I areof theiiiselvesinostsiicttsful. The are
nude, the student ls'ing clad in a.slieepskm,
the soldier in skins IhiuihI on his shajiel
limits with thongs and the statesman in
I tlraiHT that reveals as well as well as con
j ceals his form. The fai e of the student is
fin ceciifiii Ionian 01 tiaiiifiu as u oiiug
man. That of the statesman resembles
N-eretirj Hi aril. As these brones are
I eight teet high the form no small part of
the vvoik as a whole Thev ale stt on the
buttiesses in a mostconventioniil wa. ver
n i t ,
.much as ant ordlna n nun would look if he
it iitt i tii . .111
sliinild climb uisiu them, sit down and let
i his feet hang down. The student lets Imtli
i feet hangover the comer of the buttress.
The soldier, who is in an attitude of muI
tlen alarm, as if he had heard the eneui
advancing on him in his mid night slum
bers:, has one leg crauiHsl up under him iu
a most natural manner, and just about to
t.pring to Ins feet.
1 he statue as it stands cost ?C p.OOO, of
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. " ..f.i ""'"'"' " ",r
lniu w Him I Tiiiulwrliiiil tiitrrssa. ifiitu I
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ctiudeii.netl t aiiuoii for the bronze, and ap-
r..rilt.sl 1. OlVfl f..r III.. ti.l.tl i.il tli.i
ii.it eilllit. even tss Th. (ii.iVM.MM.it fur.
statue was begun at the meeting of the
Ami of the Cumberland, at Chattanooga,
September '.M, lssl. On that day tlie re
mains of Garlield lay in state in the ro
tunda of the capitol, and the reuukn of
ol the sticiet ttmk place in the nature of
a funeral sertlce. A committee consist
ing of (ieneral Harnett. General H. M.
Cist. Colonel II. C. Corbin, Gen'I W. A
Kobiiison, of I'lttsbnrg. General J. C.
Smith, of Chicago. General J. C. l'ark
hnrsL of Coldwater, Michigan, (ieneral '
iison C!. McCook, Lieutenant John Hliuui, j
of Nashtille, and General A. It. I'nder-
wood, of Hoston was aiiiHiintetl to raise ,
funds for the statue. Colonel
treasurer of tlie committee, labored with
great enthusiasm as long as he tv as sta
tioned lo Washington and could work ef
fectively. To his persistence tfae early.
oomrdeUon of the work Is largely due.
Onrrnl ft- IK.Musier. t cbalrnan.of (he
local committee In WaaWngton. has done
much to this end also.
CENERAL KEIFER'S VIEWS.
Tht Ohio IV.-lrEH.lli.il Will he s.dld li.r
sliermnii I... vt.rn..r hirakrr hiiiI Prt.I-
I dent Cleveland.
Vtsiiitno. May 12. K-Speaker
Ktifer, of Ohio, who is here to deliver the
.nominated and re-elected. Me tin! not be-
Iiete horaker had an idea of aspiring to
the presidt lit
General Keiftr was asked toda what he
thought of 'resident Cleveland's ailminis
tration. Me said. "Oil, I guess it Is get
ting along It is democratic, 'tin! Cleveland
cannot do an thing with that part behind
lilin. Me is utitopu!ir with democrats; I
know he is ter uniiopular with them out
mt tva. but he can get the nomination,
lie lu.l glow m strength among the pet
ple. but lie is pot strong enough now to be
ie-cle.te.1. If he Is stronger than his part,
tlie pirt will wreck him."
1 1 it.Iete.1
h llie l-e.trrtll
i vv YiiKk. Ma U. A banctuet at Itel
monico's vvas tendered last night to lion.
Thetidore Kosev elt, of thiscit,b the Fed
eral i lub. About l.'iO persons were present,
including Hon. is. H. Elkins and Senator
elect Frank Miscock. President Hrotv n de
livered a congiatulator address, character
iziniTtlie guest of theJ'V ening as "the great
est statesman of the it and the future
governor of the state."
Mr. Knsevtlt. in repllug, denounced the
mugwumps: declared that the ii-puhlitau
part should pass prohibition laws vv hero
the can lie pissed that is, provide tor
local option lu the countr and high license
in cities. Me favored the Winchester rifle
ford Haunters, but declared that tlie part
must recognize the workingman in liolitics
as seeking reform and intt nduig to do right.
Mr. Kosevelt was followed b euator-eIect
IlisciK'k. Chaunte M. Hepcvt. Iltiir Ca
Imt LtMlge, of Huston, ami others. Letters
of legrtt from Governor Foraker, of Ohio,
l.eueral Jsheriu ill, Smi itor Sjheriuan and
others wire rtad.
Anion t.r Chicago Itiilldfrs.
Cine tc.o. Ma VI. The Builders' ex
change aiihnuticctl that the hadagritslto
refuse to lurnisli material to non-union
ineiuls rs of the exchange. StMin after the
notice was posted all members of the Build
ers' and Trailers' exchange now working
men are rcpii-tcd to stopwork at once and
report to the exchange coiniuittt e. Mem
litrsof the exchange are not evlusuel
builders, but mclutle all brick ami cornice
iiiamifartiirers, rtnifers, founilriiien and
kindretl mani'factufers. Thesu men. ac
cording to the ordt rs of tlie board, will stop
work at once. It is estimated that I.,0()0
men will be out of work b night from this
Oiitrnee on itn American Cltl.l.
Svn h:nc srt. M.i 12.- 'lhetiilfttloV
Murpht. Cala.. siieeial sas: N'etvs has
just reached here that J. It. Fnit bier, the
Anient an citizen tv ho left here last Oclolier
to tisit France, was seized on his arrival
there, imprisoned, denied lounsel, and
flirted to seive in the Flenth ami. Me Is
now in the seventh regiment of the line in
the ganlsoii of Cahors.
It la t Hit.
W'xsniMiToN, Ma IL 'I he secretar'
of state received a telegram from Minister
Manning contradicting the report of the
exec ution of Mexican army officers on ac
count of Nogales Incident.
In Old Mint I iimkIiI In the sluttllng ol n
Kot4.t nlk hi fiilft mimI I HkIiI toll
A terrible accident onurred at the Moo
ted A Allison rope-w ilk at enlt W'eilne
tla iiiorning aUmt s oMork, whereb
Aaron Coombs will loose one leg and ier
Mr. Coombs is a unite eldi rl roloreil
man who h.n N-eii euiplotsl at the factor
agreatmauv ears. his business being to
run one of the Imkltrs. Yesterda
i.'.orniug while he and another man
were emraged in dialling, the 'hackler,
the old man was underneath the ma
he had been told never to go. and where he
had never been liefore In soiuewa while
he was there the mat lime staiteil and Ins
legs got taught in the lifltiug and shafting,
breaking and crushing the Nines In-low the
knees of Ixith legs so badl that the left leg
had to lie amputated, and there are doubts
about saving the other one. .Mr. Coombs
sas he is lift -seven ears old, but Is appa
rentl sixt-hvp or setent. lie' has a
familv of wife and children. Ilrs. Callnwav
and IcCIung were calletl. and they are un
certain as to whether lie will survive the
shock, on account of extreme age.
C. A. R. STAFF APPOINTMENTS.
nle 4.Fntrnl Ortlrra froiu lrinrtmeiit
llrAtliiiiarters l.rHiitt Arm of Hit- IC
'I he following general onlers from tle-
inrtiiieut headiiuarters have ji.st been pro
mulgated and are seir-explanitorv :
IIkUhji tRTRs IlEI tXTVIhsTOI OHIO, )
()R1M1 tKVIV III Tlir IUiihiic -
MKIMIIULD 0. My 1(1. 1SJ7. )
lit neral Orders No 3 i
The follow hit start appointments are
Department inspector. Comrade Charles
K. Howell, of (IM (iuaril jiost. No. 'J !,l)i-
Judge advocate. Comrade John W
Cliaplu, of Wells post. No C1. Columbus,
Chief mustering oftieer. Comrade John T.
Mitchell, of W'm. A. llraml imisI, No. is.
"senior aid-tle-catnp. Comrade . I..
Curr. of lUudsom Ktsl post, No. 113.
Mirsville. llluo. 11 Command of
J. XrMUMT. H C l'l tn v.
Ass't Ad'jtlien'l. Dep't Comiiiaiider.
l'ro.ptttii for I he ltertvtry tif Charley
Cithfitr! (Iritwlm; llrtuhler.
Kenirts relative to the t oudltloli of Mr.
Charles V. Cathcart. who was so terribl
. . . . .. .
mjureti on luestiat. an inuicaie mat lie is
HiiHiii: wen tn ih'iut man coma nave
lieeu eectetl. The danger is, of course,
not et passed, but the prosect for his ul
timate reenter is much brighter now than
it has been at an tune since he was in
jured. Nobody U allotted to see him ex
cept his surgeon, nurse and members of the
The I. M. C. llfinorl.il.
A moteinetit is on foot among the Iron
Mulders' union of this rit to ereet a inon-
ument in Femcllff to the liiemor of tlie
deceised inenilieis of the union. The first
assembl of tlie 1. M. lr. of Springfield
was organized in 1MV".. Since then, man
of their true and 'faithful memliers hate
gone to their eternal rest. To the memory
of these this monument will be erected.
Treltarli. saloon Again Kni.letl.
Last night OBeers McKay and ManhaU
rakletl George Treitsch's saloon on -Market
street, and arrested the proprietor and
Frank Carroll and T. E. Lewis, cuarn'Ji-
them with riolaung the ordinance which
rextatm theatrical performanres. Carroll
and !.ew!, are female Impersonator and
give tierforinances in Treitsch's plaie
nearl ever night.
I'.e.l, ttl.lle Hint Hilie Si.cIhI.
The Latlies' Aid societ of the S. of V.
will give a siK-i.il at the G. A. IE. hall, next
Monda evening. Ma 111. The object of
the social is to replenish their treasiir.
Refreshments consist of strawberries,
cream and cake. Admission, including le
freshments, 3 cents. All are cordiall in
titett and especial! the G. A. I J.
straw herr sorlal.
The ladies of the M. K. clnirch of Kimn
will give a straw lierrj social at Win. T.
Mill's, a half-mile east of F.non, Satunla
night. May 21. Mr. Foreman, cometist.
and J. !!. Atlij and famil will furnish
music tor the entertainment of the ieop!e.
All are cordiall invited. 11 order of com
Lett ftir Hungary.
Mr. 11. Greehbaiini and wife, to well
known and prominent members of Jewish
societ of this cit, left today for New
i ork citv, on their tta to Miuigar), wheie
the will hereatter live. Mr. Greenbaum
was atone tune rabbi of Ohev tslukah
Arrtstttsl li.r 1'rtifanll.
On the affidavit of Ilavid Webb, a oung
man uaiueil Itarne Hreiinaii was arresteil
last (Wednesda) evening b Constable
John C. Parson on the charge of using
profane langui-ge. Me was taken before
'Stpure Hleckentldge and tilled Si and
Knllruad Knellieerii In sessltin.
Nivv (tin i- vns, .Ma 1. -The grand di
vision of the Order of ltailwa Conductors
is holding its nineteenth annual session.
The reort of Grand Chief Conductor C. fs.
Wheaton. praised the members for their ac
tion In the last strike. Twent-one new
divisions have been formed since the last
annual meeting, and 2,:tsr. new members
hate lieen added to the onler, which now
has a total memlieralilp of 10..::.0. A bill
w as presented providing tor licensing rail
road engineers and conductors, and a reso
lution apKiiiituig a committee to secure
congressional action on the bill, vvas passed
b a vote of JOU to 10.
Krlitlit k Itrpuullf Him.
LotlsMiiF, Ma 12. -The repuhlitan
state convention adjourned at a late hour
list night, efter completing the tit ket b
nominating W. 11. didders, of 1'ulaski,
for superintendent of public instruction,
ami J. Tinslc, of Muhlenburg, for regis
ter ot land office. The litter is Iu opnnd
tiou to a colored man.
tlnll and Sen.
LoNiiox, May 12. Referring to Mr.
O'Hnen's visit to Canada, the '"'inc. sas
The dominion got eminent and people are
not without experieute of treason attempts
and ma be trusted to act with tigor am!
promptitude in view of this singularl Im
puilent assault Un their traiuiuilit.
Trial, t.r a u.pn.t r Man.
Hi i:i in. Ma 12. Tlie editor of the
I'rchtliHiL XMittiij vvas sentemtsl to im
prisoiiuit nt for a term of one month for 11
belling l'nnce Hisuiart k's personal t har
m tci .
Ktllrtt in n OnarrI.
Ciivh xni, M.i 12. llarr Gorrtim, a
sailor, vvrs killetl by William Iliggms, a
worthless charatter. tluring a oiiarrel alHiul
a ting, in a saloon, this morning.
Ill .1 Helloes Abnot.l.
Nhtt Yoiik. Mat 12. Mr. Hlaine will
sail June s on the steamship Kins with his
wife and two daughters for F.uroe.
He (let. a 11 II 111.
WxsiiiNtnoN, Ma 12 Si. W. Molromb,
slate superintendent of eilutatiou of In
diana, was jestcnlay apKitited chief clerk
of the bureau of education.
1'ururll All KlKht.
Duiii iv. Ma 12. Farnell left Kings
ton n this morning for London.
THE NEW POLICE SLATE.
The Republic "His it Straight" tint dipt.
Jainei R. Ambrose, and Ollicer Win.
Mills Will Get There.
The I le M ho tt 111 flo-Tlie klk llilorillltl
Iotftl Nlghl tiitiltt is,nr of C"iMriil
S Iii.mI-i'. Ilrulh- llior llnll
llv .Ni-MN Of nrrnlly.
No muuicipil question is attracting hilt
the attention and Interest at piesi nt as.
What will Maor Kt 11 new kiIich force
toiisistoi' 'Ihemitttr is lieuig discusseil
on all siiles, and sunt- of the guesses are
liulicroiislv wild, for the ver reason tint
the lusiple have no dita or information to
guide them The Ki i-i m I. his tisli,
from whit it has rewm to In Iiete the most
reliable and authtutic sourie. the main cou
stipents of the new font1, and exclusive!
gives them to its readers. Mli k a pin
right here and see if the III im m ic has not
t ailed the turn.
('apt un James II Ambrose will be ap
pointed chief of "il!ce. N'lhod) nt-etl be
told who JiinAlubri.se Is. Me is a well
known machinist, a "hustling" republican,
and although iue xpeneiii is I in police nut
ters, will make m acceptable chief.
Oliu er Will a u Mills, of the present
force, will lie mode assistant chief, or more
prnperl. Inspector of police or night chief.
Mo Ins bet n on tlie forte for seteral ears,
Bsuall with the patrol department, lie
erted as Insiiertor during (Mine. McKa's
suspension, and is a reliable and satisfat
The next intenMing iUestion is. Who of
the present force will get the "hurrah ""
This question, the Hum hi ic, with its
peerless news fai ilitles, is also able to an
swer. Those who will have to imitate the
Chinese and go ale Chief James C. Walker,
Assistant Chief James l MtKa. Olhcer
Fled Mast ami Olhter Tom Hotd. Olhcer
S.-.nd .Mi ('lure will probibl join the
The new si ite will lie made up and pre
sented totoiintil next Tuesday evening.
A SAD ANNIVERSARY.
Corpor ll srlirtHlrr Mother Kelunil l.rre.l
liy thr II tiler lloyk
Totli is tlie anniversar of tlie sad
drowning at Carthage of Corporal .Schro
der, of Hatter K.thlscil. lu remem
brance of the da the! bitter !mis sent to
the mother of the dead oung soldier an
exquisite floral design representing a broken
colum. and nude of delicate pink and
oiossoms. ine lovel tlesign vvas acccoiu
panitsl b a cliecli for S !(I0, part of the
inone sulscribe. bj CorHiral Schnsler's
friends and comrades at the time of Ids
death. Lieutenant Chat Ogtleii has lieen
untiring iu his zeal lu working up this sul-
scription, and has prepartsl a full state
ment of the accounts, which will be mule
public as soon as it uawe through Col.
THE RED MEN.
Aaaual MM-Ilni; ur tlran.l C'uiiaril Mail
Work at LagoMt.
It Is nat generally tnovvn that the (Ireit
Council of Ohm. Iniprovtsl Onler of Ket!
Men, will hold its annual -nlni in llu
wigwam of Buck Creek tribe, Ligondi, next
riicsd.i and Wednestti.
Hesides the grand officers, there will be
representatives from all the trilies in Ohio.
Lagonda is becoming notes! for state and
national meetings, and we always enter
tain them royally, just as though we were
soinebml. Ye had thought some of ask
ing for the next nation ll republican con
tention. All we lack is a hill large enough
for the at! ur. J list wait until Lagonda
gets her gas well tint General Asa is going
to dig soon then the Ihmjiii will begin in
WEDDING AT FLORENCEVILLE.
Mr. Kiln aril Turner and Ml-. 1 jtrrl tit!,
inger the llni I nnple.
Married, at the residence of the bride's
parents in Floreiicevllle, list (Wednestla)
etening. lit Itet. C. J. Hurkert, Mr. Ed
ward Turner and Miss Carrie Fatzlnger.
None but a few of the immediate relatites
were present. The hippy young couple
are among our liest known young people.
Kdward had one or two persistent rivals,
but he carried off the prize and is to be con
gratulated. They ret eiv etl some v er hand
some presents. 'I he bride Is the daughter
of George Fatzlnger, one of out old t itizeus.
Two It. Hi he. Ketnteied.
Private Watchman Caldvvtll Ins law in
strumental in the retover ot two ladles'
gold watt lies this vvi-tk. One was lost
alMiiit four wts-ksago. Caldwell heard tint
a certain part hid a gold watch and col
lartsl him at the showgrounds on suspicion
that he bad come b it dishonest!). Hut
tlie fun of the tiling was that the officer was
looking after a watch belonging to another
part). Me did not recover No. 2's vv atrh.
but the fellow ver) prompt!) showed up
tlie ticker lie had in his jiossession and
claimed he bad found it. 'I he tv atrh tt as
restored to Its owner, and the next da) the
other w itch was found bt tlie lad) lietween
the mattresses of her bed where It hid
slipped from some of tier garmriitn. N'o
mines are given, as eer tl.lli.' is now
Irgmiieiils in lr.igrrs. in Hi ttaler
tt .irks Injiiin lion
The taking of testimini) iu tlie water
works injunction suit was tnnehutcd yes
terda Hfti-iiiooti, and S A. Hovtuiiii, isq ,
opened the aigument of the case for the
plalntills, irdir .1 Harnett and P P.
Mast A Co. Mr Bow man sHike the le
luniuder of the aftt ruoon mil two hours
this morning. Mis address was a mwcrtu!
plea for his side of the case, lint is de
miuiiosl Ii) theothei side as clever sophis
try. Me was followed by Cit) Solicitor
bummers, who oiamed for the cit) in an
utdress or fort) minutes, and then Hon.
lolin A. MrMahou took the floor and has it
at this writing.
Kt-adiiie the Ttdioti Ih Kiul Art.
Polite Judge oung read the imhcea
very tart let hire again this morning on the
point of accepting bail from prisoners. He
told them that the lines would hel eaf ter lie
ver) t lost I) drawn on this matter, and the
rules strati) tnforceil. In all cases ball
must lie am pled by the iioihe clerk only,
and in cases of exceptional seriousness it
must lie first fixed by the lmlice judge him
self. Judge Young told the otlii ers plainly
that any violation of the rules would ren
der the offending othter liable to punish
ment. Preparations for Memorial Hay.
Mitchell imst No. 4, G. A. It,, holds Its
regular meeting this (Thursda)) evening,
and the print ipal business for consideration
will be tlie nniiplt tiou of arrangements for
a proper obsertunco of Xleuiorial lta). All
tlie necessar) committees will be apiioiiiteil
tonight. Hon. James U (Mrauder, of
Cincinnati, who Is an oldCIaik county bo),
has alread) been selected to deliver tlie ora
tion of tlie da).
Miss Ira Gale. Paul Gale, Marco Morrow,
Miss Jessie Wolfe, Miss Croy and others at
CLARK COMMON PLEAS
Met ..n. I Assignment ., (use. tor Ihe via)
Clerk I II Hihhitts has t omplt leil Ids
set oml issignment of t ases for the Mi)
term, as pillows
nil sutt, vi vv 21.
NSTit Charlotte 1. MiCainvs John P
S'is2. George llivis vs John (.. Hla. k
s?i-2. Hiza 1- Morris vs. Adelu Welsh
sj'i'i John Iiiini-au vs. Ntsewander d
it HiMsli Vt, tltt 2'.
stin J l Jones ts. J F Pugsle)
s'.O'i Annie ('Hugh ts Michai I Keumsl)
sin Fireside Friend Pub I o vs It Lef
stl'i John J Miller vs Pet. r Holeuiin
nil Ksll tt, vi vt 2li.
Ml'i. Isaac N. Kitchen tt al ts. J. II.
I'lrli k A llro
s2T John Nicholas is .St th Black et ll.
M2s Geo. hue) ts II 11 Itiilisniu.
fUJ. Cletelind Paptr Co ts Charles
S4C. J. II dower
tuin vt. vi vv .'T
s24s ltavid Ijiiiilenbuh vs. K. J.
si'.tS Samets. J. K. Lovtre) etal.
Sllii. Kmehiie Kvaus vs. F. C. Mid.lle
Miio. IJobuisoii Florence vs. the J. 11
sti untt, ti vv 2s.
stsl. Samuel Hamlet vs. John darst. jr.
M!' J II. I'lrick vs Cit) of Springfield.
s4'.i. deorge Tnetsi Ii ts. Cit ot hpring
lield. Sl'li. KIiziIh til I.eich is. George K.
Mil. htalford ('tNi)ier ts. Katie CiMiper
tioxii tx, vi tt to
sii.'i. Iliinel Kulis im ts. Cit) of Spring
MTU. Mart K. Heiillnger ts sirah lteii
linger. MT4. Matthew Mttlorn vs. Clns Hrad
le) et al.
SIT.'.. Julius M. Kaufmiii vs Jung Brew
84TT. Springfield Machine Co vs Clark
TI l-siitt, ti tt 21.
sjlT'J. Julius Funk.
s4so. Same ts. Firemen's Ins Co
M'Hl. P. C. Atlaius et al ts.. I me Adams.
M'i4. Jennie L. Ail mis ts Peter C.
sMio. Finma Corns ts. . S. Stewart
vvmxFsKtt, ll ni I.
SMJ4. William C. Marshall vs. Alex. C.
Itaey et al.
silo. Fdward Harding vs. George T.
Mil. Samets. Fdward Kills.
SsMS. City of Springfield ts. Catharine
HSl'j. Samets. Patrick Mulcahy.
Till ICslitt, .UNI 2.
S122. Cora Ilenr) ts. Lemuel Yan Me
s124. Springfield Mai bine Co. ts. Clirk"
s"i2T. Mary A. Whitley ts Stickney.
s.Viu. Win. Wilkinson et al ts h. T.
Coinmins Paper Co.
s.Vt'1. C K. 'lilhngcrts John W Coles
niinxt, ii m ;
sill). Carson A Fox ts .1 N Mills
s-.4T. Isaac Ketrmv vs. N Mi ( Moors A
sv.i, .lames C. Ilunlev vs. Mary Moore
S.1S4. Barber K. Foster ts. Champion
Electric Light Co.
lOXi. Leonklas LeITel vs Amot WTngley.
A NEW PARSONACEr
Tho Flint .ulhrntn fiureh Oalartalna to
HayarBalltl a fAc-saa Klrrllon uf
'I he annual businessisingregatIon.il meet
ing ot the First Lutheran church was held
last night. A half hour was devoted to
prayer meeting. led by tho pastor. t the
tonrerational met ting Ur. llelvvig pre
suieii aim -Mr. It t. Mink actisl as secre
tary. Theelei tioii of olliters resultetl in
the selection of Mr. K J. Yose and Col. .
Spmgler as elders, and .Messrs. W. II.
Pretzmau and Martin it. Koutzolin as dea
cons. All are re-elected except Col. Slang
ier, who succeeds Mr Luther M Koutzohu.
Pending the counting of tlie ballots and
announcement of tlie tote, Mr. II. F. Funk
introdmed a resolution declirrng it the in
tention of the congregation to proceed at
om e to secure ground and build a parsonage
or buy suitable property for same. 'Ihe
matter was quite generally discussed by
those present, all agreeing as tn the nee es
sit) of tlie mote. This is not intended in
an) tti.) to antagonize the third t hurt Ii en
terprise, which will receitethe hearty cte
operation of the officers and members of
the First church. Tlie parsonage property
is expected to ct st alHiut sO.uou, and the
work is not to tie undertaken until all the
required money is subscribed. '1 he resolu
tion passed unanimously.
The following persons were appointed a
committee to raise tho neiessary linaiiiss,
select site and liaietliarge of the building,
the first three memliers representing the
t liurch council, and theotlurs the inngrc
gation 11. F. Funk. M. It Koiitzahu. W
II. Pretzmau, C C. Funk. II C Willi no
stm and S. 1! Stiles.
HellnsaSer Itui ki-t tthfi th
Man.iger mid ;els the Fire.
A dispatch from Youngstown says. Frank
Nelson, the stage manager, and Charles
Hlgelow, leading eommetliaii of the Bt-n-uett
A Moultou opera company, had an
altercation in the dressing looms at the
opera house last evening prior to the cur
tain going up. The lie was given and blows
exchanged, tlie pilr lieuig separated liefore
any serious damage vv as done. Mr Hlge
low withdrew from the compaii) and with
his wife lelt for Pittsburg this morning.
He is under contract to pla) with the toiii
pany next season.
Manager Amsdeii says iu regart to the
above that Hlgelow vvas drunk when he put
ii an appearanie tint evening, and on
Stage Manager Wilson telling bun that lie
was drunk. Hlgelow strut k the stage mana
ger iu the eye, and vvas thereupon dis
til irged from the niinp.ili) and left it.
f-rida) night two of the ladies of the
tompiri), the Misses t-dilli Barton and
tannic lewksbur). while performing on
the stage at ouiigstovvii, were roluVtl of
20i north of jewelry, wliuli was taken
from their dressing loom by a tliiif, who is
sisiecteil of being an att.li he of the opera
IT KILLED HIM.
A Voting Man Killed at litre) Thla Morn
Int; While Xtteiiiptliig It, .lump it Train,
Word was received in this cit) tins morn
ing of an accident at Care), on tlie t. 11. A
W in which a ) tiling man named II
Slough was kilted. The train for Find la)
was in motion, and about to cross the South
street crossing, when young .Slough at
tempted to Imard it. He missed his hold
and fell under the wheels, severing his head
from the body. It is the suae old story,
and not until tlie world i litis will this fool
ish trick of jumping on cars while In mo
tion end. Tlie brnkemiii warned him not
to attempt to get on, tint he did not hear
He is a single iu in and resides in Hell line
KnighU mill Ititlea t.r Honor.
Mr. F. K. Synian is organizing a lodge
of the order of the Knights and Lathes of
Honor in this cit), and h is alread) secured
the names of thirty-file ladies and gentle
men who will be among the charier mem
bers. Tlie ortler has 40,ooO memliers, and
ranks fifth in strength in the catalogue of
lienehcial societies. The local lodge will
be Instituted about the 10th of Jul), but
will be ready for organization much sooner
AN ELK "INFORMAL "
fr let tlolt and limlnllnli.... Iit Night i, ill.
tlte.i.liuit lesllvit) llll.l er.lii.o.v
Spriughtlil lodge No M. J! P ll hlk
enjoyed one or the its! I. ttt r o. i-asitms .,
itsearterlsivWfdnesiliy levelling. Mid hid
no tud of a gotid time. It was thets.a
sum of the election of two prominent oil;
ers. their installation, together with the
highest oilier tint of exalted ruler, and u
friternal tisit from a number of j.dlt an
tlertsl hrethrtii from the Miller. Stowe A
Fret mm irciis. lthoiigh the vv hole affair
was puicly impromptu, everything worked
admirably and it went off without i hitch
The lod ge ass, mhltsl at o'clock it the
Mk hill on Mirket street ami fifteen min
utes liter was called to ordt r. the senior
othter. Ksteenied Lny i! Knight Ariinnd II
Grlthth. presiding. I he hrst business in
order vvas the elet Hon of othiers tthuli
wis accomplished hi billot, with the fol
Ksteemeil I euling Knight Thtodorc
'I n iis
F.stcemed la-eturiug Knight I). I horn
Messrs .1. Christy Hollow ay mil Frank
aiiNess wire appointed a tommittee to
meet and escort to the lodge room Itistn.-t
Heputy Charles A. Miller, of Columbus
one of the show proprietors who was to
perform the impressive
( Fit! MUX l Oh INsTVII tnoN.
'I he i oiiiuiittee repaired to the grounds, hut
missed tlie olijet t of their quest, who
hid left the tents prior to tlitir ar
rival and was pist arriving at the
lull as they returned. 'I he distn. t deputy
was accompanied bt Mr I.oiiis Hartmin
of Cleteland lodge No. Is. on,. ,,f the
tumblers of the show.
District Deputy .Miller was greeted with
proper honors on entering the lodge-room
being received with tlie in-ciilnr salutation
extended to this olhcer only. He prt sided
with solemnity and dignity over the uist il
lation of the new- officer., U-glmiing vvitli
ex-Miy or James p Goodwin, us exalted
ruler. The ceremony of installation is
ter) impressive in the lodge of Klks. and
its serious beaut) was never brought out
more (leaal) than last night Previous to
the Installation, it must In- stated. Distrii t
Deputy Miller delivered a very heart) and
acceptable address to the Klks, which was
received with generous euthii-l.isiu
Just lietore ihe arrival of Mr Miller
Messrs. Fuller 'I rump and Simuil Wald
man were appointed a committee on re
freshments, as it was deemed desirable to
wind up the net aslon vvitli a fntern ii feast
and the usual accoinpmyiiig infonni! fes
tivities in a social way. Thisiomniittce
hid selected Lobenherz's elegant parlors on
-Main street as the btnquet room, ami with
in a quarter of an hour after Mr. l.oben
herz received the first intimation, the tables
awaited the arrival of the guests. At 10
o'clock the lodge adjourned to tlie place of
lestitity. Klgnt royally had the caterer
Ihe Elks, local and otherwise, with their
guests, sat down,
l-Ol.Tl IN Nt tllin:.
-Mr. 11. T. West was unanimously chosen
master of ceremonies, a lsisitioii which,
during the next two hours, he Idled in a
spirklmg manner. The impromptu iikhd
consisted of sandwiches, fie cream, stri v
Is rries. soda watt rand lemonade, win. h
wt re punished lu quantities, with Samuel
Waldman, JC Holloway and J s Iron
as waiters. Hut it vvas m tin
feature of oratorv am! soeiabibtt that
reared the affair into emineiii e !i ot the
binqiieters both local and tiMting. wen
calletl upon am! made responses or excuse
Brother Miller was jierliaps the most re
sponsiveof the visitors, and Ids remarks
were received with warmth and apprecia
tion. Tojstuiaster West kent cterrbodi
nepretaeed his Introduction of the local
speakers Mr. Bob Quelaser, of Spring
field lodge, who laves to bo dreadfully
leased as the "baby hlks of Ohio" dubbed
so by the Cincinnati and Indianapolis. was
t rtis-'ied to atoms whenJJie master of ceie
monies referred to hint as the "baby KISr
lietter known as
rill "III WMJ tHtlllMi."
It Is dollars to tloughiuiLs that tin uifint
HL will never show that clipping ai,iin
'Ihe hilarious but rfet tl) decorous fes
tiviticsctiiichnlisj at 11 Ml, and the boys
parted vvitli fraternal hand clasps. Ihe
"informal" of Weill estliy evening. May
11. will not soon lie forgotten.
Tlie guests from abroad, all members of
the circus company, were District Deputy
Charles A. Miller, James Murray, the gen
ml clown, and Harry Kami, all of Colum
bus lodge. No. .t7 Louis Martin in. of
Cleveland lodge. No Is, T. F Herrimin
and Kdward Heck, of Columbus, but not
Iter. (,riirn II. Fnllrrtuu Assi.ta in tie
Illst llllltlutl.ir Kei. .1.1.1 ly.
A called meeting of the Dayton 1'resbv
tery of the Presbyteriin t liurch. siys the
enii lltizrtti, vvas held lu this city last
evening for the purMi-e of installing Hev.
J. C Fit as pastor of the I'rcsbyt, n m
chiirih. V lan.e aiulieni e vvas in attend
a nee uud theotcusinu wis a hajip) one for
both p istirr and pt-ople.
The flower committte had labored ihli
gentl) esterda) afternoon wilh thcilccora
turns, and the effect produtcil by their
artistic arrangement of tlie prislinlion of
forests and florists wis unlets! lieaiitiful, in.!
tile committee are tn be csnigratidittsl on
Theihoiropeneil the exercises by sing
Ing a hue selection and singing It well
liet.Johu Watt, of Cinciun iti, made the
otning prayer. Ket Prentiss De cure,
ot Dayton, moderated the call. Het. Geo
11. Fullt rtiin. of Springfield, preat het! the
sermon, and it was a grand one.
Tlie instillation prayer followed this ser
moil and ttasotfensl by llev. Clark Ken
flail. The charge to the pastor, given bv
Het. Geo. K. Gowdy, of Carlisle, vvas a
beautiful address, full of words of wis.lom
and truth. I lev. D. II. Luther. ellow
Springs, delivered the charge to the jieople
and it vvas a most worthy one.
I'ev De cure, at the conclusion of these
exercises, invoked the divine blessing on
the new relations thus formed and his
prayir wis a tout lung and earnest petition
"ME, HER AND HIM."
The I itlie Nugget C...iintii to l'ln nt
Hint k's. Nett rue.il i) I veiling
".Me, Her and Him," at Hlack's op,ri
house next 'luesda) evening. .M.i) 17, will
lie an event in the calendar of amusements,
this lieing the date billed for the apiiear
anco of Sissoit anil Caw thorn's famous
tonicity romp in), m the irresistible melo
dramatic extravaganza, "Little Nugget '
Tlie play has scored a trt im iidous suet ess
in New York and all the t-istern cities, and
.v. the company producing il is comn)stsl
exclusively of artists of thee highest dm
matic and vocal ability, tlie jierfoniiunre
cannot fall to be a brilliant one. Miss
Josie Sisson. the star of tlie complin, is a
chariuing and acts.niplishisl young at tress
and tH'ing tlie hapjiy pessesstir of a toict
of magnificent quility and culture, hel
singing is one of the brilliant features
1'lie company comprises the original and
only celebrated "California Sissous." Joe
Cawthom, as .lakey, the Dub lulttts tivt
and George K. Payne, us Oliver D Sudiieu
t riminal attorney for the state of I'eime
see, as well as Siger Mnlgeley, us Old
Grinder, are all artists of ability and care
"Little Nugget." while msses,smg a well
defined plot and strong iiieto-dramitic situ
ations, is still a pure comedy, and thesu
perabundaurc of original wit, humor and
funny situations, keeps tlie audience in a
continual roar through tlie entire -rforni-ance.
If you fail to attend that musical and
literary entertainment at 'temperance hi 1
Friday etening, you will miss u treat.
Dr. T. F. Bliss, e)e and ear surgeon, '20
west Main street Eyes fitted with glasses.
FOR HOUSEKEEPERS TO REAO!
New lliingui lah.e I. men. 'I lie
two yu:i wii)i.:.
"pet ul ' in of N ipknis. -j oo worth
' llenistil. hetl liutk Towels. 10c Up,
line Frem Ii Dtma.sk Knot l-nnge Towels,
with famy U.rners. at .Or ea. Ii woith 7
a great ti-argam lVf as,, have the largest
and best 2" T.wel ever oiferol in this or
any other city Bath Towels of all kinds
ImjMirtis! .Ncntcli ami Uamslei Towelings.
from !2l,i up. (Toweling tliat worth
buy ing) bargains in Turkey Bed D:uiii!;s;
Linen Sheetings from sV. i-4 tthe Ho
inestir sheetings and I'nlow ( dsiugs ill at
lowest m irket pn. ,s -u-e mil Matins
Curtains ( ..ttag, irijeii.-s mil ssirWsi.
In. up I.. I s,, t u, i, designs -
W hlle tljis.il ,.s m ( r, I , i s,.,r,..i,s all
it lowest pi ,s
MURPHY & BRO.
Wtll 1 gave tint litstiut Telegraph
business a trial vesterdav morning '
" oil did. eh ' How '
ou know 1 told y..u the other day I
vv iiitetl to take that j 2". morning I!ee Line
train for Cincinnati. Well. I vvas afraltl I
couldii t wake up at the right time, and 1
i.iti neter ileeiid on our alarm clock, so
we nt to the Distntt 'Ielegraph oftlte the
evening iB'fore. left my mine and address
and told them to semi a messenger boy
around and wake me up in time for the
Did they tlo it ""
"W.ikemeup" WelL now I guess
Whv. one of those messenger boys ime to
my house and ring the door bell and
pounded on the -hut., rs as though he were
trying to vvak. th -e. n s'eepers. 1 would
Iiketoset Hi. ii inw . t oiii.l sleep through
-in hail itt. i is th tr ,, set p
PEARL AND STRAW
El ITS !
Sole Ageut forSprimjHelil. .
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KW l.KOCtni VMl
One of tlie hrgest ami moot complete
in Central Oh.o Goods no biguer than
any place eNe 1'he finest New ork
Creim Cheese tint cm be h id also,
Edam and Pine Apple Cheese.
i n:. l ine in ni.s.
We have the I irgest assortment in the city.
C ill and price our s.uois Tns
m.i ( oifet s.
S. J. STRALEY & CO.
2: ANI 21 K.VST HKIII STKKKT,
j. j. Mccarty,
ell SOITII I.IMF.M0VK M'.,
Presents n siileiulid lino ol" Suit-
inss lor (ientli'iiioii's
SUITS and OVERCOATS
MADE TO OKDER.
ji oi:th cnrEKsntECT.
ThslyeiUK Ple3nin repniinc aal pre-
lLt! of ladies mil Ht-riM iairti-ut- 3. tpec
iitty The ouly pi trt io tttt citytotiitr; Lac
Oirtaiui cltriut-a pniptriy Alt work war-
CliPl EITV BATH RMS
TheFIS'ilVTamli'LUM-sr in the I'ltT
Dr. Frank G. Runyan,
M-Kooroiln GucfElngham'sUulldiUK nrerJf
r-Murpbyi L'rj 'aStoresf
SpeelalattentioDgtvieu to the. prejerf Ingot
Contractor and Builder.
Store and otlceturnlturt! nude toerder als.
doors. Tepindu m-uniii s.msMt. uun is han.t
rail, ttalrs and scretini tstiraaies an.l sped
flCAtloai f Qrnishe.1 m ipolleatlou JS to.rtti
Ceater street, Solnguetd, 0.
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