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aito fttMit fpringficld grpublit OLtEST 8EEU.T. OLDEST OHILY, Tls-t Yir. :i llli Yir Urijcit Circulation and Best Adttrtlilrg Mtdl.m VOL. XXXIIINQ. 129. mm OUR HIGH WATER MARK: 1 In ulallou Marrl. Jl I, mo .,,111 ll.,'..... Clr. ulittliu April I Irrulntlou April 'J I SPRIXGFIEUD, O., rED2TEDAY EVEMM., ."llNE 1. 18S7. PRICE TWO CENTS. imb vBIIlB WEATHER FACTS. Winua-Tun June! Ohio lliieslealnK weather, sti llt.uary temnentiire. SruiNtTripLivO., June 1, 1SS7. THEE Of all successful business men has been, that temporary shc-J cesb uchiev ed by misrepresen tation, does not pay in the long run. This is why THE WHEN Never lacks for trade. By adhering strictly to every promise, by selling in the spirit as well as to the letter ol its quoted prices, it has now got and proposes to keep the confidence of the intelligent people of Springfield and Central Ohio. Its present ofiering of Sum mer Goods from a stock which more than equals all others in Springfield combined, includes Brown and Black DRAP DE'TE Coats and Vests, plain and f nicy ; .Mohair , Coats and Vests In the above we have HEN I ami iiakiiiK wun iear. ne-wis stvurei ail immense assortment, and strapsl to ahorse and dmen lack to the (sjx.t where lie hail rmslirtl tlie girl. He lliey are all Ul) to the latest begged ormenn. but la cries were iin ' iesled. He was taktn from the horse. btyles. A few prices- quoted as samples will indicate, bargains ottered in all departments. Blue Flannel Tourists' Coats, $3.34. Globe Mixed Cassimere Tourists' Coats, $4.07 ; same in tancy check, $3.34. Men's Berkshire Cas simere Suits, 0.67. We have added largely to our Rubber Goods (Goodyear) and now, as ever, can offer bargains in hats and Caps that no competitor pretends. xo touch. Respectfully, THE WHEN 25 and 27 West Main. SPECULATION Has drien Rio Coffees to uuiiuiu nitniivjiiiii. c.ij i ,-,-'J 4 y s i j rtLtnutniiiir r iwiir initrii i i jnonths ago ; Javas have ad vanced but very little. We can sell you the best Old Gov ernment Java, roasted, for 30 cents a pound ; the best Golden Rio for 2 Sc per pound; also, good for 25c and 23c. TEAS I lave not advanced. We arc selling the best value Young 1 lyson and Black in this mar ket at 50c per pound. When in want of good and trictly pure and unadulter ated groceries, nrv ii uc j. M. NIUFFER. Djeing, Scouring And Repairing CLOT I MY I J. IB. J"ara.es :im w. Wtwt.iiijitoii mi. Ketween Market and Center, SpiiiiKUeld, O. ARCADE GROCERY HINGTQOHDER FIRE AT HAMBURG. Di)ck3 and Steam-slapa BunieJ L;ul NiU auil Today Loss. Millions of Marks. J.9i)t!f, III Mlinleirr. Illlil-tl Ht -lrn K ll Vlcltt ullli -Mrikrr in Kuf.i llrltll) .Itltt 1-it-lHlUlt Wurk lit liillmin. He., HU. lit the swltd Press lUvtui ., June 1 A gnat lire hinki out at 'Wc'tak I it night ill tin' strin.l. flu' lliiclainr (iiajs were speedil) de stn.jed. Six large sheds were next liuniiil "l ho llmies tiiiniuutiicated t" two llntisli vessels. Hit- "City of Drlriiiniuid" and the '(.ladiator," wliuh n destrojed. '1 lit mast ami rigging of iiikii hIIht vessels Ijiugat thedtaks vicrebunitsl. At 1 this inoniliiglhe hie had spiead ov.rati era iif admit MK) li) -loo ) aids. It) 4 i In. k the tUines were undir control an.l am not likely to spread ttirthtr It It not known whether there was an) loss of lift". The dainigf will ! Immense, niching stveral million mark. Ten il.le l.i.trnKe In I. ..tin. tit. I.oi n ii i k. K)., June I - Sheriff Lew ii, of t.ih-oii count). Iioli ma, arm. si In the cit) last night ami brought newsnf a very sensational affair hapa'iilng in Cnw for.l ooinitj, Siiinlij. f ourtec n-j eir-old tlinghternf John Flaniiegan, near lloston. that count), was carried awa) nmlcniell) and foulli assaulted ami outraged. At 10 'clink Sundi) morning Claj and Jesse Davis, brothers, of luil repute, visited the Flaiiliegin residence ami finding the fannl) awav fnni home, save the iliiigliemii.l tier two brothers, the) toM the Ftaiiuegati hojs that ome straj stock was hreiklng into the farm a mile away from the house. The laivs started over toscc.ilautthest.Kk. Vo soont r hid they stirtcd tliaii the Divishojs tarried the joung tlanliter of Flannetran to the nelKlilioiiiiK h1 ami there an out InKe tHi foul to ileTiln? waoeimi tn. After the niiht linital assault shewai 1 iten with astk'Wof tto.nl ami lift forttiail. When lier two linitlirs rrtiinnil home a search i" maoe for the mlv-in,; sifter. An all niglit limit faiiisl to discover her. but I on ilonday lilonilng Mime ueighlxirs found ' the gill, almost iliad. tieit toatiee in the wihnU. Slie siatrd that after tlie assault upon tier tlie twouiii)KiinteilpisUiIsather and tlm atened toalmot her If she made I an) ouur) during the night The two j laus Inns ere found in the woods nenr tlie siitlcmig girl on Monda) moniiiig. One ' ccoiiiit states that Imth were taken ti a I sappling near b) and Ijnclieil. after the I had confesseil the deed. Atnitherstati inai an.er ii es,-a hsi. oui uiai jiusx aurr inn. ub uiuum nanrs nan jounil WaS XOUnd concealed under the hoflse and was dragged out by an infuriated mob He was terrified .rnfi.l liMlunds tied In hind liiin. and be was gUen two minutes in wlndi to pra) At. tiiM WAiiraiHu 111 lut iiini aiiuwt-si. :i stout sanding was bent down, a short ro i '" " "" " "'-I"-"..... ...... ......m.s .... wastledu. he top, with the. otln rend lle.lnsl at the residence of his sister. Mr. aUiut tal neck. 'SixiTen Tield 11imn ' Dr. Monhart, at (ialion Siimla) lhe rc IheU.v.ainl wh.iilt was I . :e,isrt it llew , h,hiiis i re brought to this it on Mini Isirk int.. j.sltloii. and lliiiswns jirkedllN ,ll. th.) wer the wa). Mrs. tw. nt) f.Vt In tlie air Ihe lor. e thl. ' KVm ls ,, , pb.me.! that Ills sister, Mrs. him .ner the top of the tree and s tli J n.,rl.-. Huk. was deurmlne.1 to hue the roj- immglit hiiniip short ...i theoth.r rilialII, ,a., , r reside...... MrsK.m s e h i k was bn.k. n 1 he 1nI) was (il(( ( ( ,, Ul, f . ,mM ,aw Iltllls riddle, w.tii t.ull.tsb) the , row. lam It I ft,.clt j , lake 1 egal st,.,,, to proenl was allowed to hang there iiiii.l jester, i) r,.llull KiI1Kriulrp tbsn to h. r iiii.riiliur .. Ik. a. ft ..i! ml Hull l. l)i . . .. . iM " "." " --..... ...rn.. ..j ... fatl.ei ami glwu burial. K.tlgl.lai.r Ijtl.or. ClM 1NNXT1, June 1.- llieniiueiitionot dislri. t ass mill) l.Ji, Knights of l-almr. isiniistseil of lnlin rs exclushel), Inshi Its srssn.li here tixla) whit.lt will continue througli tseenl da)s. bout lift) delegat.-. are present. The delibi ntious are all in set ret Miu.li time will lie consumed in tlie distiissiou of oticstioiis of iiitrle-l to tin' older mil (In rt will also lie an el.tlnui of , Springh. Id m miliar), will give, her art en ollics rs. i tertainiu. nt at ittinbtrg ciiIegc, asiste.l iu.owNH.. rour men. while trjing to cross the nv. r In a skill bxla), w. rethrown into the w it.r and tvvoof tlielii. Uetir) M. )t r and Joliii Keiter, weredrowmsL ltuingi. Iti.ltriail CiN.iNstii, June 1.-Mr. H.nr) S Ives, nt ibe Cincinnati, Hamilton and I'.t) t.ni load, lett lure last niglit tor Indian i olis, win re lie will todi) offer Mr I'. M. ketn sj,4Dtl,ooi) in pa)iueiit for a roi Hulling iuttn.t in tlie'lene Hiiiteamt In tiauaiis ralhoad, win. h Mr M. k'ct n his is.iitrac tisl in wntilir. Uisell for that sum. Ihistonl tn'tng the les.se. of the line Haute and U.giis.it i..a.t and a joint I. s- s. with the Pittsburg, (in. Iniuti and S . lmis, the t lev. land, (olumbus and ln.il aii.i Ciiitrul and the "st l.uis and lnt. Haute road, will have a large addition to ita udlcage ivheli the) are coiupl. tisl. An. titer M.inlerer llM.tgtsl. Jn'siv Cm, S J, June 1 (.eorge Ills.sue, tlie wife murder. r. surtirtsl the extreme jienall) of the law in tit. westerlj corridor of the of the Itii.tsoiito.iulv l.lil. Jetse) Cit). a few uiiuiites attct I o'llikk ttns inoniiug The condemned nun main tain.si Itis tortitude to the last His bod) will lie creiuatrtL Heiuade a full tolifi slon to llev. Mr litiin. In niieakiugot . bis crime, lie t. ml- "I am soir) for it, of tot rse. but I icall) leiiieiubef nothing almut it. '1 hat da) ct ins like a dream U me A t igt.l in Kuttslu. I.is.imix. . I uik' I. Twelve hundred coil miii.isat ltachinut Kiissli. win re the) are out 011 a stnke. attempted to rob a tin wei) owned bv a lirui ol Fngllshm. 11 Filt) hitglish workmen were att.uk.st 'Ihe tr. wer miiuiitetl horses and resisted tlie attack of the strikers. During the lit lit whU.li iks urre.1, three of the workmen w le killed Mao) of the strik. is, who in all linssinns, have Iks 11 arretcl I'lte isnitllct was t mlisl Is fote mibtarv ml arm rd. I r. I. . I . ul ul Mik.r I run. lit- sa.nl.. 1. Ii I. In. ..Is t HH ...i, June 1. The Ilititt j ol" (ml sjhxuI lroiu Des Mollies. Iowa, si)s lhe l)is.gonil route was toiiipl. t.sl iluoiigh to M. Paul snd the hrst trim wis It.ul.sl tut. 1. 1) with stig-ir lroiu San 1 lain isn vu tlie Canadian Pat ifit It g."s to Kansas Citj, over the abtsh, lioiu It. re ( l.l..in. I.. nu. Cmi ..o. June 1 V ss HI lroiii Ai ls in, Mich , sa)s: 'lite steam barge. Mar) Pringle, and her imisoit. Fame, ashore at the north point of the entrai ce to Thunder lu) aie in four fist of water. '1 be) are in a bail (sisitioii and a storm is coming up lite new boird of trnie stock ehsm,e opened for business this morning. )ltel..ri..e.t l'rCMl.)trrli.lis. i win it N i .June 1 Ihe Ite fi.im.sl Pn-slijteriiii svikkI of the I'niteit stales and Caiiadi in. t toda) Mislerator I Canilher-. ot ilkiiisburg, I'l . piesidilig. audi) It Wilson, of Pittsburg seminar), as clerk the atttinlaliie Is laige. sti.ilitti.il llrn.l llvviiiv June 1 K. Fowler St.slitard. who was shot b) S. wloli Chubb.last niglit, ditsl tills inoniiug 'lhe assassin was ie malided without bail ou cliirge of uiurdi-r in the first degree. l-li...l .r C)ir..s. U.MitiN. June 1 I he sultan of luiLe) ha iirdetl the lilaiidof C)prn.tofcinlaml rllfi ''lliuioltrer on I'nillell. I.iimi,.1iiiio t. 'Ihe lait of tlie TmirVo se-ui(l ;.. rle-. of articles on "ranielll-in ami Crime," wliUh apin'ri thl- inoriilin;. p iik linle with tlie statement that the New ork romipll of the Kenlan Hrotherhixxl lu. ioMieil a elrrulir, aiiiH-ilini: for fuinl- for"ijrritvlilil.'lhiKjs"Jii honor of Un1 (imvn's juhlleu. Tlio artUle rontluiies "In other wonls. a series ol .Ijnamile ami Incendiar outriges i temleil. Win tht r the s heiuers mic the iioar lntiiie will ilisclo-e. Wliat k nlsn the l'nriiellltM juhmmiiI the iliarae ter ami projtvts of the men who liohl siu h close ivlationi with them, we shall not hi re diMim. .Mr. 1'irnell h-s hut to rilte a linger to ohtain far fnlli r iiifonuatioii on eer uint thui our lurlUI ami limtteil ..i imrtunitliM liae remleitsl NHible " A DAYTON SENSATION. Fuwlei Sl...l.lr.l Awliinl-l Ullliixll A3 .lilttr.il Online. Uatin. .lime 1. 1 la) ton was Inteiiselj ex itetl last night hj the assassination of Fowler Stmtilaril, of the wldi lj -known Slotlilaul Maliiifartiirnii; nnnpvi), a uui ersallj iMipular'aml esleeiueil citizen. Jlhe traceil is Inexplicable evcept umiii tlie the ory that the i tiin was mlstikt n for anoth er maiuwitli wliom he was talking at the timi". One Chubb, roistered as a laliorer, but an object of jNillje attention. deliUT atth steiiiMsl up to Slixblanl. who was ronverslui; with two other itiens. and shot him in the left ear, the ball lodlm; on the rfclit side of the head. Mr. feUnldanl had no ktiow ledge of the assassin. The latter ran aw a), but was nooii arrc-ted in nu adjicent cellir, and claimed that the shooting was accidental. itnesses tiitl f) to his deliberate lirlnur and tliglit. At midnight Moddard's miml was mist tiled and the surgeons apiH'ared to think ins case was hojieless. Stoddard isa ivlttive of the bnermaiis. THE DAY AT SARANAC. lite rrililrntlal 1'arly Has 1 isl.lng. Ml I IK k l'ltosrifT Hnt'hh. . V., .lime f. The president roseearlj esUrdj morning, and wmt tnmt lishing. In si Inmrs on tlie "al r "' aml Colonel 1 Jiinont caught almut Joo In-auties. While the prcsidtnt wis i,shmg. Mrs. Cleveland. Mrs. Lainont ami Mrs llosmui weredrheii to Ilke I'laeid, nnd then toNoitlt EIIkIj wliere tliej Msibsl the grave of old John limvvu. the) re turntsi tn the Camemns at lla) brook late in tlie aflenioon. At "i o'clock the entire par tv left the scene of trout lulling, and were driven li-u k Ui thu place, arriving s.hhi after s o'i loi V. The) Wtnt iiiilnediatel) to their cottages and usik siipiier at nine. WllIw wmmh.. , ....i j,,. w Iirm,. ijuii. -. t.lmi. li.iu,lllu.nim.Hk , ..... ...i ...... .11 1 . .,.i. ;fr,,. , ",r .,M t-,, ri,i', .,', J . become somewhat simbumi1.!. CONTEST FOR A CORPSE. V ll-U KM ; It ol IM"lM..nl(.ll, Hut s,,. Lot Die limljr. M vsni ri. (., June 1. Jacob Kim. a a atl Lll.kttlt tiirftar til ft llntilit i.ll jJlllllt , ..,... sliM lititil K lim . nn ii In. r Inr.sl h liver) lig and drove several mllrs uiti tlie .s.untr) to me. 1 the funeral protessmu She toiilielle.l the iiudeitiker to take tlie le liiains to her house, where the full, ml took plue vesttrda) atterilixili. !. hHn. mi.'r rt I-..t.rlhl...iul nt H III l.tivrif Ct.llrt;e. Tomorrow ('I hiirwla) ) ev tiling is the. h--tasi.in uiiii whldi Miv Kato Kaulliiiaii, the talented aitit and teacher of art at the ii.) Miss Irene Spaugler and Miss KMlier, Mmpsoii '1 te enti ruiiimt lit proiuivs tr be a di lightful one. for Miss Kauffinan is a blight, witt) and entertaining talker, ami the musical reputations of Miss .Simpson and Miss Spaugler are a Miflieient guaran tee for the exicllenee of their part of the programme. The college is now act essible j b) street t ars, and as the night promiws to I be deligbtfilll) luooii lit. It is Ilkel) that it will lie mide iliite a stulil event b) the JoiiliK lsiple. ItrHt Ills 4l.t.eK Alxnit t. 01 link 'lucsila) evtinng a til', lank, )t How in gio named Irwin, who is nha Fnvui ui's "mail," iisiiillv, went to ,h. ,., MM rr,,ll( mv Ml,llr(M.,trrrt, lti Httai k.sl he' Uercel) for hiving I bo,.owJ ,J(.r mIr, el,evvhtie. ( i, km-Ktsl hir down and jiiiiiksI on htr Ian litltel) with both feet, bleak jug the now and lib rail) teirmg it loose from Its so. k. t Dr. Kuasell was calKsl Hii.t reiidereil the ti.ifss.ir) atttito;i. Ir win is at large. M. elltig ir llle I luwrr MU.li... T.M.i..rrtn, 'I lie public Is reminded of the met ting of tlie Flower mission tomorrow (Thursda) I looming, troiu 6 to lu n'clotk. at the new lu .uln.us.rti rs, room No. -t. ltliok's oH'ra laiiist. tit) and all who ban rlowexsor fruit tt. snare lioul.l rem. tidier this wortbv cuiseaud bring or tend tlu'iu to tlie mission loom Tlie ).ing loiliea luie j;i uuiisii ill) larue list of invalids, who:.! til"', desire siipplving tomorrow, and It Is hoped that Hit. p.ibl . vv ill gtiic rote.!) respond. t'Mljabl) iraij. Dr. Mel.iughlin was si,i.ii;p)insl out to t it! re.dc!ii e of John Sbecic). living t.i a id a h 1'f iiille wist of town on tlie Hiitl uianiiltc. this attenitsm, U, CMiuine into tile mtlltllcolldltit.il of Mrs. sjheele. sslio is hi ling .ii.yrl) ami threatt Itiug to diovMi hvrs. it. she is tlnnix.!, to 1m. insane. Vltrollon, 1llllifls . lu. tt, t . i: , K. of r. Ihere will be i ..prt'ial misting of Div. i, I . I. K. of P.. tlds W'edncsdn tun lug at T U sharp, in tlie armor), for the tr iisictioiinf bitslnessof great imisirt inte. Iv r) luc miter should attend. It) order of A. W. Cool.. Sir Kt. Capt Hi.. Inl... Iti.ue Al.i.il.ttsl Conn I) st lioiil 1 Hit.lner. Piobite Judge John C. Miller this morn ing reippomteit Itev. John Howe count) school exiiiilner for a term of thrtejears Mr Itovve has held the position tor a num ber of )ears pit and alwa)sgiveii the In-st ofsitisfaitioit. 1 ill ll.e llen.ii. r .11. l'..rl lUs.ilt- lhere will Ik' a er) iiiterctiiigilebite at Tenii ranee ball tomorrow t veiling, on tlie luestlon. "IJesolvtsl. Tint tlie signs ol the times point to tlie dissolution of tliedcuiiH tntic pirt)." I M-li I'nxiriit. In.... Sli.rket lliiit.e II. ltd. Cit) Clerk Shew alter Imla) sent to A -lert N.tt.r.V to, of Cincinnati, pursuant ti t ie hi m's ord. r, one of the ?'.D two market ImiHe laii.ds and drew' upon the linn lor .t.,tys 10 Mrrtl.iK "t ll.e Klk. 1o..Il.l. 'I be Klks met t tonight, and there is bus', nessof liuiKirlaine. I.ct all the inemlieu attend. II )ou want to bu) boots and shoes from a one price cash house, and from men who aieeKiiciicwcd lu the business, go to tlie rcide sbiie liouie. LORD IllCIl EXECUTIONER. Brilliant lUnqmt to President Tliouus KirkpUnck at the Anadu Last NijrLt. KrHsm. ni.il I l.i.i ..r Si. . li nt lr... Sprrl.ra. Mint fl. r III. ...er iMlt.liillly. 4 I ins .l.nersiiii Klikputrii Ii ' was li.in.nn Hist in rovm st)le at the Anadu hot. I last (Tucsda)J eviuiiig, in honor of his rei cut elevation t tlio chief i mi utiveship of tlie National l.eag!ieof Vmiritau Wins linen. Tlii'.aft fair thioiighoiit was. h uaiteruisr b) heart)' giMxl fellowship, and in its mm ml fialmn left nothing to Im deslnsl. It wasra litting aiid c.mplsjte r.ssnuntli.u Imtli ou ltnrpai of tht till. n atiiL'il'S'vifa'vliivrt) of a gen tli men vviioni tin- gr.jU Jtagrfoof Vjtlerj htve wti nil) itrusltM with lb. Ir highest gift. Jt.iin (nun II mu i. heart) rmt budrof esteiji-wmrtT-sht)we.l-tliit ireliia' "Kirk wis honored ure-"at ruiTIju wken. his, dally litm-mtsj'swl, as vv tJtt-ftT H.' lalljiiii w U(iLTlo-titniTMiI) tliroiiglVniis zeil, tn ....W J .",, tliusisjiui and eecutJiollit) as a wlnrlj iinu amongst whet linen. f It wasdeslgnislat theoutset to Invennli i m.slest little ilub affair' but tlie x.licu.3 kept growing in dimensioiis until, at the tune of its iialiitiou. It was nothing short of a biiiipiet at whose generous board our best coiiim. rt ial, professional and sin lal ul.tmiitd . . m rtiri....ilsl t..i...tlii ul.l almost the entincTiieniberskipof the biMCln cliiti Villi) IMtrr wemntireil, for the most -pan, in murium suns ami iooke.1 verj, nam .mil strikintt-T!rPTfPntIeniPinir7ispiW TtrtriTTioiiett Kingsbui), of eiiu Al tnslKI).of Cleveland, C. W. Hilller, ol N'ew York, 1) 11. ll)de. of Spriiigheld,' Mass.; His Honor Ma)or Olivtr h Kelly.) V. .1. Koni. Thoiuis J. Kirkpitrick. Ceo, Kepsav. It Arthur Woithlugtoii. Kdwan! ami Frank Cook, h.t Harm tt. Will Hall, Howard Olds. Itoscoe I'lerts, K.lwar.1 Max; will, Fd Donnell, liuls Welvcltiauui! Joe . Spiltr. Me)er Weixelliaiim President Iocik- I'.ean, F K Mewart. C. M M. hols. Harr) h. Folger, (.eorgt KIiinIi rick, Frank Itookwaltir, J. V. lLJ llo)Ie, C. K. c.uthrie. F. W. Harford, liuis llegeiistem. James Unit, A Wolfn, I). 11 Olds. W. . Hiiiriuili. h. X Kell).' Umis I.ev)..l A. McCart). C. It Cram, Koble) I), llrtice. F. Peniield, J 11, ('lingerm in. 1. P. Jefferles, H. Toiiliiimi !.- Hrjant. Dr. F V. Van Noniiiu. .1. A. Jacobs, Cassnis C. Kirkpatrick, Oeorgn Wanler J. .S. Aron. Mr. Heller, Paul A' Stalev. W. T. Mllwell, Chis. W. Constan- tme, E. A. MorgT.ii rW comiaii) occupied itself until aluiiit :i Ul in the i. trior, and then the .linbi' IihIF vas thrown open and the guesis filed in t! partake of thespreail that Mine Host Uocki held had prepared. The table was verj haiulsoiiiel) laid In the center was a life- cUe h!c)cle, cnuiiiiisisl of pine, cedar, calliv lilies and mila. Captain T.J. Kirkpatrick cupiisl the liost of honor at the head of tlie table tts.ukedb) -the "speaker. of the evening. Hon. Charles W. Constan- tine, as toast masttr, occupied a seat about enters A, tiiirvfmmfHfJnunri MUters servisl the elghtjjiuduiuuj-r1hi banuuet xttirrf. C.Falioiier as chief. 'Ihe waiters nov ements were ffoveriieiLeiulvyljJ as regular "-"a"TirT!Itar) .oniianv. 'Ibe Itaiidsoine menu w is as follows Ml VI Mock Turtle I'rolli-J Ullrt ot salini.il HeriuuJa j i.tntors Olives slkeil Tomstoes l'r..lra priug Chi. urn ou Tusst JPY, (Vas Westphalia Ham smoked lotlkUe White MiMinl.iln I ike s .iidwUlt IsUiiil trflte stiouge Oake Lad) Milkers strawberries with Vtnllla Icrtrewn llaitaDai Uransra FIks t(al9lita "llSejie, JuatiilTee. I rackf r i' A i.rl t stall. iafr Klk. n litaii.ljktt.a In. I fiitiJ a a , i ucii !. nu- iiniiusiju tjn iiniri hole laaiuet. and each gil "st was furnished a neat badge of ribbon with a bronze fjst. u-6 itigjj4lTnulid aliadsfan tionr arid a Itttr I Tor the inerr) i row d to lull) test tlie im nts of the bimjiiet Then cigars w.te passed around and aiui.lst ,i tloud of fragrant smoke lroiu tilt) admirablo wetsU, tlie toista and risK)iie. begmi. Mr. Const ui tltic wa In Ida l.uppiot umod, ami his ure fator) remarks as he itiiKluctsl eich speaker were iuvanabl) bright, ponitnl and full of the ifiiiitJeiii til's own ierstiial it), (lu his own aciouu. lie paid a hand some tribute tn Presidt nt Kirkpatitcl, and it juiced in the honor extended the Cham pl.iii Cit) lu Hie hi-lts tlon of one of Its eitl . us for the called place 111 w hit Ii Capttlu Kiiknatrltk has Just Us-n plated "lhe Lord Major," as Ihe loastiu tstcr . Inraiteiied linn. Obv.r . Kell), an swer.sl to the first toast of tile tveullig "'1 lie Champion Cit).' it was a subject in which Mr Kell) is vitall) iiitertstedand he handled it most mtei.'stingl). In uu.siii m utional Isugiiige he ski tt lust the might) growth of our ill) "nine called Spring held" from an humble, straggling, swamp) illage, smaller than Xeni i stiblrat ted from I'rbana, to the proud jutitnl nietrosiIis it now is. H,jsk,ke of the gniwtli of the manufacturing iutinstsfif t,e (liafe, in pirtici.iari) oi me greu ( ii4iiiiioii muiis tr) for vvlikli theciij h uaiuisl the great est agricultunl interest in tl.e world, and jiistl) entitled, bethought, to all the honor it re. ei . e.i Kprliigf-eid w a gv en its first siiIh slantial Impetus I.il a ;jh) tlinbnildnigof ie national road, lhe hrst jearthu Champion machine was ever built, tweut)-uve nu t bines were the alum it priHliu t Now 7r, 000 are built a )e-ir. This is a great t it) and contains tlie Champion intt rests, tte gtther vvitii somesiiulliriotuenis. Mi)or Keliv's toast was applauded. Captain 1..I. Kirkiitnck net resiamtl.sl (ii the to 1st, "Ihe Wheel,'' ami itiadede fLiullj tip- most Iiiislieil and elaborate ad drcssof the mefiing. a it was ier) apprte pn ite lie should. He said m effect It is with great and sine. re gratitude that i ai.( here ni jmir guest. When a man g.s-s aw a) from home iml ac.ii.ires a measure of honor and ctlebnt) It gives him pleivitie, Jjutwlit-n be returns home and linds liU trteii.ls rejou mg in the acquisition it is .loulil) ton. lung 'J'he p.siou is not one of dollars and tents, Inn of iior, and as islicll 1 accepted It Captain Iiikiitntk rap.dl) and gm fullv sk. t( lie.! tne I'se and progress of the bit)de- from the chillis) aiel iniprutual V elt Iissle tiow n to tile ierfect luichmes of tisla). J tines Starr, of Coveiitrj, Fug , Hrst com eivetl the ldia of iilirkMii: tlie front wheel and reducing the hind one. and at about the. same time an ingenious Amer ican invented the rubber tire, one of the best fciturcs of the machine Thebiciile Improved from true to tune, ami now stunts In tore lis a (icrfct t machine a ier fet t product ot man' iiienuit), showing more than auj vehkle mauiiiat.lur.Ht the application nf intelligtut thought and the application of meaiK to tl-at end Jt is onl) bv this "icrfection that a machine vviighing tlilrt) to furt) poiiu.K cm tajrj a nun of lr.O to Juu pounds twelve, or tittecn miles an hour, a hundred miles a da), ami last fr live ji ars. And appireutl) there la no limit to the taptbilitiesof the nudum, lhe trievi Ie Is now made so that jour wife or swe tlieait tan accumpiii) )ou, and now the) have coutmt nctsl to add I als for the Indue Last wi-ek.atSt I .n.i Is. a tlii)cln eili)ina s!v p.siple. was exhibited, ami tlio lirltish gov erunieiit baa ordered trc)i les carr) lug ten soldier and all their tuvoutcriuciibi Ills t'slimate.1 that T0.UO0 bicjclef are now in use lu the I' nlted Status, and last jear'M. 000 high grade mat lilnes were !uiaii'ed into this toiuitr). Tlie uiaiiiifat lurers and liiiia.rters ale all unable to till then unlets Ibe wheel lu- two manifest uses. Jrint, I 1.. I ...( uf luAnAf! , ,'Jfful. rxr s i'i yjr isLi " S; Captain I hi r nlir im n lkrnl recreation. Its use will give joii health itr abundant e. as it did ibe speaker. We must take iih.mt u.c ol (..si's gifts of stm shine, pure air mil 'minimis exenise, ii we would be well. If joii want to know tl'pjo) of life, the pleistireof mere ph)s Inl eslstrnce. and wisli to ftel life thnuV bing ami singing in jonrivtrv i in, ride a blcjcle. Fver) wbis'lni in Is a niissli.it irv of the gosiel of good In iltli Tile sis olid use or tlie blcjtle is its pru tical use It Is touting Into iimvtrsi! us.. as a Mid vclin Ie. in this toiuitr) and Fngland. sew Knglaud drum uiers use it or the tnc)cle In going from (it) to cit). Independent of theiiittr slate c milium Iivv. The l A. W. wis taint of itisessit) to cnuihit the growth of the road hog, who found tint no one ha I rights Imt he iml hist, mi of horses. Ibe wins hit ui's rights art now lieing ns igiiired. bill cill.sl the I lin-rtv lull has pi.ss.si iHith brut liesnf the N. w ork gen er.it isst int. I) and .ml) ivvnts the signature of (iiiitruor Hill It prov ides for milt) addition i rights to wlieelm. n. ami parti, u larly f.u tin tr idmission into C.utinl park, New ork, from wloth h. i.tofutt. lb. v have liecii et bided I here are 11,000 earnest w bet linen in the I. A. .and it pioposes to l.ittle and wotk lor the tin proveinent of the routs td the ...uiitrv. 'lhework histommimtsl in Nt w oik ami Pen us) I v. mil. iml will sm lie Intro diittsl into (lltii. We waul sand pipetetl roads 'j he whet 1 h is . .une to sta). Tremendous appl itise followed Captain Kirkpatri. k's spisth. and then Mr W.T. stilwill risKin.l.sl to the toast, ' Ohio tlie lloiueof Pn.lilei.ts." Mr.Slilvvellsii.s eetl.sl besides pi) tug glowing tributes to tlie dis tinguished I lino ills who hive tasllpletl till' W lute House, iii gi ttiug in some v t r) briglit and humorous hits, which wi nt with a wii.l riisli of appns latioit He .suit hided b) sa)iug tlial it w is not surprising tint tlie whet linen at St. Iiills t.inie to Ohio to lind for the ir president i Moses oraThtmias. liaising his glass, which, like all otlit rs on tlie tibte, ts.utiiuetl nothing Imt ne-water, be proiKisnl threet his rs for I 'result nt Kirk patll. k. The biu.U. ti rs leaped to tin ir fts t b) iiomiuoii impulse, and the) were given with a will. Mr. Paul V. Stale), m a dmll, taking manlier, recounted the life nut evplolts of the old Champion Cit) hiijile t lull, of whiih this orgini itiou of Siringllel.l wlieelineu I, the stiiss'ssor He told of Its mill) triumphs, sta Ulh and in contest,. ptrtiiultil) bow it had ht Id tlie Itr-thie). Ie catitp evi r b. Id in the I inttsl Stites He com luiitsl bj t ptt'ssing lit, surprise at being called on In mswer to this toast, as it wis in, undeniable fu-t tint the i lull had died as soon as he liccime its president and he stood la-fore tin in as the iimpies tioinble, though unwilling issassln of the Champion Cit) bi club Mr. C M Nicholsof the I'u'i in if, au svvertsl in Ins hippicst man ner, the to ist of "Journalism on Wheels." Mr. Nichols said. 'I he jottrnil iststit Spruigliel.l hue been struggling on wearil) toward lame, for ininj jear, on foot, and had on!) attuned a fair amount of sun-ess. but now in a ll isli, almost, one of tlie voungest of tlie friternlt) his climbed to the summit oi a wheel, lam lil)self a vettran wheelman, ha. tug been III uij jniiuger da)s an ciiert on the wheel barrow, and afterward nsle a vel.K iimhIo. That la to sa), I r.vle It part uf the time, and it rode me pirt of the time. Mr. u hols iiaid a Iieirtj tribute to tlie ,jin metrical dev elopement of tlie wluvliueu and ess-clallj of tlielr clilei, in whose Junior the biniliet was given. Mr. Louis tielb.iiim was tlie last reg ular sp'.iker on tfie programme., and his treatment of the tht me "Triiaal and Uitj- cle." kept the audience in a loiidllion of txplosive iiitrriuit ul Hut suggested aiae p!i. Mr. Weixelbiutii fairlj evieli.sl liimstlf last night, lie hid chostn tlie sitl.je. t, be sti.l, not las-iitse he knew ins tiling aloiiit It but las .ills.- it sounded well. 'I he triMl his eome to lie the sjiuladof the etliforial chair, las-uise It wis use lb) the nrst newsg ithen rsiiti utinntsl in histurj thehir.slgirls.it l.risse md Koine. As to the bic)ile. it is a two wheeled tarrjige, v)itli the inuleor horso ou top k'i'l.rt ptise R)d hlilje, a tljis lei tit it vvas what made tlm hlassis ting). Tlie tuc)ilcisa iiiailuiie tisetl 1) tlie HHirer classes V"' don't see an) rich men riding it. That is wh) newspiiKr I un tloliot illtctlt. When, Ii) i xt eptioii one tlia-i, as In tln t use of our ftiend Kirkitikk, he Is such a curloslt) tliatliels.it onte nude president. 1 nine nale a hiewtc. l;.t not toiuiprove un stout ;uii. If I should do tint it would bink nipt me. 'llieiiieikertlii.il gaveahumof, mis at count of the -it tt ir,pt. In mi.i luatoti lu-s,id tint liuviiuu wa like Journalism. It couldii t lei oi.piir.sl from wealth or gie-tt laiwiror the Ius.tleine.if success. l ou ttmlilii't gtt into journalism Ii) these tilings ait) more thin he had bt en able to mount a btcu e from a all li-hi.Idi-i. In both ) mi had lu begin at the bottom and be gradual and consistent. This closing tlie rt gular prognuitnit. tin proiiiptn rt marks wtie made In Mr. Alfred I-1), of Ch lel.uiil.Mr (leorge W inli r,Mr r. . Morgan, Mr loulmiu, Mr Jnbii A. Mo Cart). Ir itrv.uil, Mr Coiislatitine and iitlurs 111 lirvaiil paid a gallant tribute to tl.e l.ouor.-il wife of president Kiikpat n. 1., v,hl. h was appliuded to tlieealio 'lhe t row. I disi-ersed after singing "ht.r He's a .loll) (Jiaat Fellow" 'I he i lub de seives gleat trtslit for the simesSful iltalr. FIRbT.CtASS ENTERTAINMENT tlllatl.'s OfierM II.... e 1....rr..w H...I I-...I .) I- .el.il.ca Prof.ssorW. (!. Aud.rsoi, wluiranVj among Hie vtr) la-st in tgii iaits in the world, assisted b) Mis, Louisa Anderson, tlie. "nuts ii ot mjster),' willapiearat lllai k'a nperi hoise toiiiorruvv tlhurs.li)) nening ami j.'r nil) i veiling, ,1 line Jd mil I'd. it addition to a ln.dil.i-t. ent. itaiuineut. the prolessor will give fits'. In lhe audience, liiiudnits ot valuable u.-iliU Flout the Fort Wajne luiminl the follow lug l tlippe.1 Ibis vtr) i lever Uiaklclan liluusid the audien.e width will tdleil the r uli-ni) nf Music I he gentleman Is ltd) asslst.sl bj Miss i.ouls.t n I. rson, tuofessioiiall) stvled the "iiit.vii of invsferv ' Professor A nder son is so eis) and sti.iessfu! in hisltger dciiuiii, that altt mpts to i ttih him in hs .lehisioMs w.rc bit'le.1. e gte mail) gifts to persons in the null. n. e tu b a rs.ui entering tlie bill being handed itnkit, winch . utitlci! hint to i i h im e in Hie dis tribution lirge iiumla-r of valuable presents weie alien out I it niglit, auiong uhnli w ts a U iiitilul walnut lied ukuii aet, drawn b Mrs W.J. Krugg. Admission W j.. I", and 111 cents, and seats are now nil sile at Pit rte's taaik stoic. ANTI.ORCANISTS, Hie) Hull inn Hint) from ll.e(lraie drove I. lsc.pl. ' i hurt It. The chimb at (.ripe drove, a lllige neir Selmi, was the scene of i disgraceful lull ou last Huiuliv. It l-i not geiterall) known that lu the Disciples' church are to Ik- found those who still insist that plijing an org in in divine worship is sinful, 'the ihiinli.it the above nanus! plue has its .junta of this tliss. The ten lilngs ot n paa-r tailed the ,. I'iui his nursed tliU tint. hie for peril ip, four vears, and in Consequent e the i hiireh Ii is la-en retrogtad nik. tlie mole piogresaiie ones tavoriug an orgm. Tlietlimi vvas not ri.irheil, how ever, until the iltlcrs of the cluiidi an il .ume.l tli.it tin instrument would tie pi iv. si through ivlceSttinla) lhe anil organists mustered their full force, and when tlieorganlsttia.k her pi ice. S p lliell. lowiisltlo clerk, demanded an eapianatloii uf what had been pitjvIouly explanitsl, an.l wa, met with the answer Hi it no illsfurbtiice would lie tolerated un der ptiialtv t a piii'oiiiertisl signal the entire I'm I mil inui- and lett tlie i linn Ii In a Inai). Do not tall totall ou the Arcade shoe store before )ou till) hooks and shoes. The) letall at wholesale prices and will save Jolt at least lo wrceiit Homegrown straw berrl.-i, Jresli ever) day, at the Arcade gioerr). CITY DADS. Inlerestin? ami Important Meeting of the City Council Held Tues day Evening. MUlnk t.t tl.w Ttta I y for the- t- a.a.i ll.K Jear llnl.ila tif ll.e I'ull.e At t r.t.l .lot... Ki.ll.e) f..r C tltllf. Clai.K s...eril.lf.l..tl.l. Tbecit) coiim ll nut in regular session Tuesilav night. AtSo I.sk Prest Tliomas talltsl the meeting to order The following memlars wi ie prest nt llerlevv, lll.v, Hur nctt Dtciis, Frl.sl, Funk, (.reen, Korn, Mi Kenua, Mill, r, Slai k. Smith, and the pieslitent. T he minutes of the previous meeting were lead, approvetl and signed. HUH I VI I'M.liiTS. It) tlie .lerk His report lor the inontli of Ma), snowing total iiseipts ii,! n'. tie talexiH-nsisi, Jib tv'il Keferretl to audit iilgiommittee. It) the clerk A coiuiiiiiiiitation from Atlialiiida Phillips b) Iter agent and attor ne). It F. ila)war.l. claiinuig S'.oo dam ages to her propert) on Sprmg street b) leason of the proposed i lunge of grade on that stret t. If coiim il will move bock the ."south house tifteen feet ami plat e the same on a gtaal foundation, and make the side walk to grade ami replm-e the t tirblng, gut terliigand paving, the tlaim will lie relin quished. Keferretl llv the t lerk -Ilt.ii.l of J. D Moier. as cit) engineer, in the sum of St. boo, with (.eorge llrain ami It I) King as sureties. Approved. It) the clerk Iton.l of D Crane, a." gas measurer, in the sum nf S'.oo, with W. II (irant David King and W. II. PreUman as sureties. Approvetl. Ily the clerk Itnml of J. A. Ambrose, as chief uf police, in the sum or 31,000, with James A I lit us and T. C. Ai kerson as sureties. llv the t lerk llond of Fred Foster, as assistant iluef of polkr. in the stun of si.oo, with l K. Kttssell and John Kiiinaiie as sureties The tlerk then presented the bonds of the patrolmen and reserve forte, each in the sum of Soon, all of whit It had la-en ap proved h) Ma)or Kell). The taunts were then approved In a job lot b) council. It) the clerk Keport from the chief of IHilt.ethat he had granted to certain persons privileges to sell Inpiors Ftle.1. Hills weie pieseut.st and referretl. ftiviMirrti- lit; iiunii. It) Mr. Smith, of the water works com mlttee--Pi) nnliiiance to Thorn i l'.lggtus et al , lihur 'S7 s PsIsSt-d. II) Mr. ijlack, of the printing committee -Pa) ordlnaiitt) In sprliigflelil ilaiette, annual report! sprlngilem Pub t. aJvtrttiluj Luttieraa KvangelUt. atvertliln -MM i . mi Ti 4 to Jl3 T5 Totil Passeil. II) Mr. Smith, of the -treet committee Pay onllnance to Street committee, expenses to Clncln nail ti in Jainea Ntlaou. ttiesaiitg tiMtla ?! o rotil -62 0 P.isseil. v It) Mr. Iterlew. of the health committ.e I) ordinance to lien Lynns, eicatatlun jjo ii 3 s layltir. rnssiiii work Ji to Tiital jai in Passed. It) Mr Fried, of the claims committee Pa) ordinance to J - s,ettittr iiara,r(i cash S1J2 t IV-it tl) Ml. "r'unk. of the sewer towiiilttee Pa) ordui nice to irmttniDg rui,iairhbalu cover Jo si Pase4. Ii) -Mr. Fried, uf tlie imllce committee Pa) ordlnat.ee in Jai C Walker. aalarjr pollceiueti lii C. 1- rank ttlgbtn.yer. salary prosecutor ill ui w lager Urus . irrocerlea s, m nm Uarnrr. upt cbilugang lino r. V WaJswortli. ha.lges l i.i Ja U U.mil.supi iiitliiifsiig Jt tn total ) fs, Passtsl. It) Mr. Slaik. ot the isnunilltee on printing. reHirtei tint the . omuiittee had received lilda tor furnishnig an otlictat laiiul recoul for tin t it) . letk's ottit e and found lliem as follows J. It Marshall Is 7s thicken, f rltitlng in 1 Pub Co s 'a 1 h. Ilarwoud 5 i.i Nr. Slack ottered a resolutinii ai tenting ..ii. nam.., s ma unit selling aside 5. to a) for the work. Adopted. II) Mr Funk, nftlieut) Improvement committee- pa) ordliuiue to Patrick lliallan t.lvrrt s7i v, Michael Kt-arus gutlera i '. total tnm i'essed. II) Mr Funk, of the tit) improvement committee -Resolution to put lu thirt) five street i r.e.suiti ami Hurt) eight alle) cross nigs In various parts ..f the tit) and setting aside 3 t-t to pa) for tile same, and selling aside Siou additional (o pa) fur repairing of crossings Two amendments to the re a.rt were ad.npte.1, oi.e la-lng a t rossing acrtvsa IJiuestone stieet la'twccll the count) buildings. Adopted. ll)tr. Funk, of the cit) Improvement committee- Itepniithal the ts.muiittee had ex indued the matter of i new bridge over the i M. railroad, on Factor) street and found that It would cost about SVIXM), together with a resolution that the committee eontcr with the authorities of Hie I M. railroad to see what the) would do in the tnilti r of erecting tile bridge Adopted. II) the clerk Seton.l reading of an ordi nonce lroiu the finance toiiiiuilteaxili the tix levies as follows Mills ii.-n-ra eilieiiie tntm a lu ireei c'laatuua. sireei liillir.i.elneiaalia lepalrliina :i I- ire department fund 1 '.lu Police ami marshal fund lias fund s Public library fund ,lo Buildings, nre engines, etc tund t Hi Undue fund 1 Water WQtka band fund J Water works fund tt. tint door pour fund lu llospttil fund 1 In sewers, drains and ditclms fund 1 lu KUhtof way fur liiiuruvenirnt 3 l i.irpurati.ins, vcinctrriea lid parks I In 'l.ital la tn lhe following are the special levies for the sewer .listrnf. Mills ii reen Mount sewer fund IT 10 Taylor street sewer tund u-jo I'luni street sewer luna 1 Totil .t.10 A mistake of one mill was made b) Hie tiiiiuuiltee. as the limit for general purposes is twelve mills and the above lev) provides thirteen mills. This was not dl-covered until council adjourned last niht. but the mistake win nave to ueiectiuett last e-ir the lev j was fixed up b) the tax coiuinis s.mi at nine and oue.tenth mills.the amount realued being about SHU.O0O. 11) Mr. Fried, of the police committee lleiHirt and recoiuuiendation that tl e .priiigl.eld District Telegrapt com pail) la illowtsl to make tlie switch hoard tiirinti--tinn Willi the patrol house. Passtsl. It). Mr. Smith, of the -treet committee Keport and leaoiutinii that the street coui uils.lonei cut to gride Itace street from its northern ten. duns to the dill's. Adopted A) the same- Iteimrt and resolution that the street couimisaliuier grade and gravel l.agonda avenue fmni the 1. 11. 3c W. rail mad at the old corporation line to the rail road orossin. at the Hed Men's hall. Adopted. Hi the same 1'esolutlon fixing the grade on Cliftaii avenue, from line street south, vv 1th prohle of same. Adopted. H) the same- Keptiit ou the purchase of street tollers, s,tatiQ that It Was Impossible for the committee to .It teriuliie what roller is the best The report was accompanied bv a resolution ettlllg aside ill) for the loiimittte to its., in going to ( iiicinnati to ice tlie street roll, rs at work Adopted tiKIHN IV la IVH viisi I I imiii s llv the clerk First reading of an ord I riant e accepting a plat of lots laid out b) C A. Schuster and Am. hi Kerslmer e etntors. It) the tlerk A coiiiinuiili-itioii from (ills Treilsi'h ft al. calling .ittenttou to the dangerous obstructions on Market street in front of the sif of the new King building. ICeferrett I'l sol I THINS It) Mr Itlee- That the committee on cit) improvements examine the iiilvertand guttirattbe toruer of North and I.ime sfone stre. ts and lejairt what should he done to nlieve sune. A.loptetl It) Mr. i-iiuk That the civil i ngiiteer si t Hie grade ou the I ist alle) north nm mug WestfrOlllFcrilcllrfavelilie. dopteil It) the same That Main stret t tat gradetl from the old corporation line to the second 1 It. A W. . rossing. Itc retted It) Mr. Dit ii 1 bat (.reeiiiii.innt avenue la- vv ideiied eight fi et ou the e-vst side, ta tweeti High and Main stieets. b) taking eight feet off tlie t emeterj lteferre.1. It) Mr. Korn That the wtter works trustees lm rtspiesttsl to make an estinute of the t ost of the extension of water mains where in their opinion Hie same ma) be neiissarj. Adopted ity Mr Fritsl T bat tr, be set aside to print poht e reiairts and blanks. d .pled It) Mr. Mc'Keiuia Ibat a lamp lt be placed on the west side of Itoler street al the first alle) north id Clifton street Ke ferretl. It) the same That the committee on cit) iinprov ements lie dire, ted to extend the culvert nit l.agonda avintie west of Itel niont avenue, to give pn.iert) owners an opportunit) to make the required hit lte ferre.1 It) the same That the Street Kail road iiiiiipanv be orderetl to repair street cross ing between their track at the Southern en glue house. Adopted. It) the same That Oak street south id Clifton street to WTieldon street be cut to grade. Inferred. Mr. Iliirnett mined Hut John Kinney lie chosen sit assistant superintend, nt of Hie chilli gang, vice William Wanier.who goes ou regular laduedut) toda). Mr. Frie.1 luovtsl to lefer Hie nutter to the polite committee, stating that the tutu imttee bail arranged teiniairaril) for an assistant superintendent Tlie motion to refer was lost Mr. Itumett's motion bi appoint Kiiine) was tlien put and carried. On motion council adjourned. STOCKING WITH EELS. Tweiitj-tr'n.ir Thousand Juiing Wigglria I'laretl la ll.e streams nr lint k ii.nl llra nr Creeks. Mr. II. D. Ctutls, atientploje of tlie Ohio tislitomiiiKston, arrlve.1 in the tit) this (Wedncsda)) morning with '.24.000 joung eels with whlth to stuck the waters of Clark count) . The j uung eels were turned over to Messrs. Ad. ltakhaus and Claries Itacoti, who will see that they are properly placed in Buck creek, above tlie.lt), and In Heaver creek. The day Is not far distmt when there will be some exi client eel lish ing in this county. The eels are from the Sandiiskj hatch er). but come chiefly from Tro), Y, where the) Inhabit the Hudson b) millions. The) are from this season's sjiaviiiing and averagetl from three to Uve inches in length The) ciiue in sture. watertight boxes, witlnlr holes at the lop. througli which the little raseils (sinld tie pliinl) sfen wig ghng ta-low and leseiiibbng liotlitng o milt It as a lot of )oiiiigsnikes The) will attim sieanit matutit) with renuikable rapidit). This is i pirt of the pi in of the Ohio state fish niinuilssion instia king the w iters ot the stab' with eels. .Mr. Curtis left this morning for Da) ton. win re Ite t ikes ibout .'0,000 of the little eels. A SPEEDY RECOVERY. Mr. t l.urlea i atl.CMrt Ke.rls l.r Dut) l. ll.e A.laiua bxprwaa li..Mt.jr lr..lMtttl llr Hint lie will Take ( I. tree .if ll.e si.rlllgrlel.l Office. This morning Mr. Clurles Cathcart agent of the Adams Kxpress tsiinp.ni), and who wis so terribl) liijurisl at eiiow Springs a few weeks ago, apis ared on the struts. I lis head vvo.s heavil) liaud.ige.1, but otherwise Ite looked brst rate and said that he felt verv well. He re'airbsl to the csHiib.111) forilut) tod 1), and, it is under sbaal, will again in a few da)s take charge of tlie Spriugheld office, instead of resuni mg the jaisitioii of traveling agent Mr Cathcail's friends will tw heartily glad to hear of his speed) recover) from Injuries wliuli seemed almost certain!) fatal, ami also to hear th it he will again assume con trol of the Sprntglield office. LECHEROUS BRUTES. Tuol.ilore.1 llru Allnrk su Vge.l VVIilte VVo.llHU ul Soi.ll. Cl.wrlei.fu... Marshal W'a), of South Charleston, bioiightoverlnu prLs.uierst.ala) and l.alg.sl them in tl.e count) Jail The) are I-red White and Aletk Harris, both colore.). Last Siturdaj thej assaulted an old white woman named C) nth la M.i)s. at South Charleston, and attempted to take Imprnis-r liberties with her, it the same tune getting off the most ribald lingiiage. Mrs. Ma) s, whose reputation, b) the wa), is not of the la-st, resisted stoutl) ami the two lecherous brutes were unable to accomplish their end, but sttci ceded In iK-ating her badl) Thev were arreste.1 on the charge of assault and batter), uui were given a senten.i of Hurt) lavs b) the major, whn h the) were brought overtialaj to serve out TORN BY A DOC. 1-rHiili Wl.lti.ty's chk a... I I If ll.itu lAte.1 U a Iriuus 11 .titling l..g. Tuestlaj iifa.ii a joung laij niuietl Fnnk Whitnej, living at the corner ot High and Met haiuc streets vvas ittaikcl bj i vi t inns hunting dog, and badl) torn and and laieiatetl In the face. It is said Hut Hie boj was on his own porch when the annual attaiked him. and was doing nothing to anno) or im eiise the dog. T be ta.)stheek was fearfull) torn bv the am lual's teeth, and his npiwr lip bid!) licer atetl, wliere the dog hail f tstened Ins fangs. Ibeaniuiil belonged to Mr. It. n. Winters, md after the accident w.ts hurried away but it Is uuderstiaal will have to tie shot. Dr. Mvers was .ailed to attend the la) Tl.e Hull tiers I'.tl.lt l.i.ll.). The toll) Butchers' o.ssH'iat uui is holding its annul! pic ui at the tair grounds t.ali), vv ilh the usinl pleasant stx ial olerv inces that attend tliese iiieetings. The as-sicia- tinn turned out this morning, each member la-itig nattih attlreil in a snow white shirt. with ml belt and sash ami mounted upon a horse. Mr. deorge Krapp oiled as grand marshal. Headed bj the ltig Six band, the meat mutilators marched several times atauit the cit) this forenoon, and this after- main are picnicking at the fair grounds. I he programme is music, dancing, g lines ami refreshments. Willing Workers s. l. Tne Hand of Willing W orkers connected with tlie First Presb) teriin iliurih will give a social at the residence of Mr. A. Winger, t'OT south Limestone street Fn.la) evening, June k from 7 to 11. Refreshments, con dating of ice cream, cake, straw larrtes, coffee, etc.. will be served during the even ing. A cordial invitation is extended to all who wish to enjoj a pieaamt evening and help the band. Ninth War.l Assessor'a Returns. David T. White, assessor of the .lntti ward, has made bis report to the count j auditor. The total amount of taxable proartj in tlie ward is SI .-', 01 3. against SlK.iii for l&st jear a gain of St,!."1. BLACK CHANTILLY LAOB SKIRTINGS! 42 INCHES DEEP. We itaie j'tiMt receited anotlii r cheap lino of tlie above gito-N, at nonderriilly low jiricps for nuhl itj,aini in uiiiisually liamlsoiiir) pttteritH. Note wpecially the lines ut 2, $.:, J: attd JlJ.r.JI. MURPHY &BR0. IM mill n L.iiii-Mtou. HONEST PRICES. NO BAITING NOR SCHEMING AT ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE. 10 HI-ACirS OI'KKA H0lE. 'Nt never maiden think hovv ever fair She is not finer in new ilothes than nil" Attd maidens fair, yon will please take notice that John McLaren & Bro.'s CASH AM) OXE I'KICE DRY GOODS iqioxjsjhi. Nog. :tt and til. .South I. Imestoue Street, Can sell yon those same new clothes at the lowest market price, and give yon all the ntost desirable styles o! the season to choose from. Do yon think yon need a nice silk dress ? We otter at 50c a yard a lot of very pretty effects in changeable silks and some new patterns of summer silk at the same low figure ; please notice the price, only 50c a yard, the quality we will tell yon is far better than anything we have ever sold for the same moneyf We have also a few pieces o. $1 surahs, slightly imperfect in coloriiic. to be sold out at 50c a yard. French Sateens are in great demand these dan at iV a yard. Our assortment is still gial. though we have been cutting them up verj fast lately. We notice some of our worthj competitors ilatui that thej sell better sateens at .: than my other house in the cit). It's a pit) for them Hut the) can't make the ladies see it th it wav . w h it a bonanza they would have this sum nier if the) could onl) make the dear peo ple see through their glasses , but the ladies will Use their own judgment and the) come here for their J a. siteelis a gissl mail) times a ill). Sac ial sales are somewhat tliestmitt). but a xer) sxiil sale of hustles at 11V aUeie, latel) sold at J-e, (thej hive but one fault their name is ".Mikado." Iml that ts fault enough I or a special sale of 15c bustles lonner price .7c has some little freshness about it Couie in and get one to help the new clothes to look thur best. Hustles, useful and ornament ii. at 5c and !7c, in the most appmv ed makes, also on sile with Us. Perhaps if jou look over our corset stock j 011 will hnd we sell some or the best cor sets in the country at the verj lowest prices ever tptoteiL We have laid out a whole lot of the best 51 and tl.J". gmaL-c, which are to be closed out at 0c a pair. Something vv rong with them, J oil saj . Yes, there Is . the boxes are broken and dust has settled on some of them. Mime of them are odd sizes of mikes we have given up keeping but thej are all bargnins an.l wont stay long with us at r0e a pair. These are bus) da) sin our store. The glove department is rushing. Fabric gloves and kid gloves. tta, we are selling ver), xer) cheap. T he hoslerj" department is busy. We have got what is wanted. I h it's the secret The parasol counter Is busj. Iaiw prices ace ouut for it. The no tion counter is bus) , but that's alwajs busj'. We are bus) all round. That Is bow we like b see It It is easj to advertisa two or three things specullj 1 lieip, but the (est wa) after all is to hive unifonul) low prlies, giaat assortments, gtaal at)hs an I Viaal ipi illtles, ill of which we cerlalul) da bav e. "lours respectfully, John McLaren & Bro. HONEST BODS 1 '