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REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING LVRCH 20. 1887.
CALIFORNIA LETTER.
n Interesting ski tcli ol tlrcliftrH. Wile.
aiRiia
Pttw Oaph, CV1 Is, nonnc, Ctwiy An hm.
r . it. Ceu too lr rii
A --lp I M f in
in .- pn 1 hr oiir
rw twi lo Latk ut
A I UlMlfa f at in-, t
trip Cah t xy t, 1 th
(amikjMcnturcnf J kn U
ell r i jLf im .r , "m le
OI IjTChfl
taroN nnl RntnTie.
1
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Chrw I. ' i'lnrt Thr crratTobarra Ad
tJoie! moo 1U 4 t.ltl tj all Urucbiui.
AMUSEMENTS.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
IM MC.IITOM.,
TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1887.
"THE KlXMKil (It 1IILM 11.1..''
K 1 1 o :v r '
.L M'l't WUV I IIEK1 "I Till.
Original Sparks Co.
In the ui i st 'I ill mi e-se..
A BUNCH OF KEYS
OK
VI I1C 1IOTHL
Marietta Xah mid ihe Original Cut.
New features w MMlys
New Hurt luit.es id ittirtsni
FKHt-V "H and e-ts on sale at
Harris - icr More iiow
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
DENTISTS.
. CONVKK.-K,
DtkTiL rimuut
Koomt Sao. .Mitchell Blot
C.1
T A. LEW IS,
DISTIST.
S E Cor Miln una Market Sl.
H.SMITH,
METIS or ICHIKOTtVTHCArriD
WITHOUT rih.
Masonic DulldinK.
w.
JOB PRINTERS.
Hs. LI M 1IOCK EK, Visa J I" Arcade Print
cr. EnsraTcr nd Fashionable Matloner
Wedttluncoodi and c&lltoit csrdi a specialty
UNDERTAKER.
W.
A. OUO ' -0 U.MItIiT.lKhK.
Office And areroom. fi W. Main .1.
Koaldence 192 V, Hub at.
BTOK BINDERS.
s VNT V AN V. C VL . Mvt ll 1
Toth. F.lltoroniieP.eimblic
As a reader of the 111 n m n . un tin
arrival of each number I cart tull scan th
loi-al ilertrtnient and cseclallj tlit letti r
from the local oorresoiiiIfnt, ami thinklnc
that Millie of jour man render inipht en
i'i a letter from tin- -un kiss eil laml, an
cflnrt 'will lie made to ciiiImiIj herein souie
IhiiiK of lnlfrl to all 5 our Trailer
Within the lat month a prett tlioroiul
' -unej of lare irtion of the banta iu
allej, a well a a lut trip to San llieco,
' has enahleil the writer to eak more coin
irehenlel of tl--e Miitions of NHithern
( alifornia than formt rl
In mtnpaii) with 1 Iriuicl livlm; neii
irincliell. ami a Kentlemaii nxiiliin: here
the writer role o r a crt.it oition of th
. iIMiel jiipnUteii Hirtioiii of tin- alle
anl airo me r two of the I tree unini
proMl ranches in this allt j reientl)
The hrst rule was through the oraniri
N It. 111 ami aronml 'Iiistin Oit. two miles
ast ot anta n. with which it is lonnect
el li treet ear. As this i
the orance catherim; -eason the
orance seitlons are ui most aitiactiM
jsirtions of the lallej. It is amiisini; to
the eaiieniev. with hull etstern ksi
Ile inquire, as the riile aniuml over the
eoiintn, whether such ami -ui-Ii l-iint i
rikkI lor oramre culture Alinnst all late
arm N art anx'oiis to lm oraiue laml.
while last fall, when the craix's were rie
j anil the orances Bret-n, the prevailing lit-
ijuirj was, -is mat j;raie lanu
Several erj line orance oiduriU wen
Msittil the hrst di we were out. I'he pro
inetrof oneortharil. which oers several
teres. asursl us that he hail neither pmm-il
nor irriiniteil Ins orchanl for eeral enr.
ami hut a few ilajs iK'fore we viittsl him
lie ilisjiosttl of his entire orange crop tor
tills jear at fi'.OO or acre. 011 the tiees
While ilriMm; tlinnu'li another oreh inl, our
attention was attracteil to a cluster of
oranges crnwmc 011 one hrancli. I pon
counting, we touml fort two oranges
therton. W e -ecureil thnn rttii:esoii one
hrancli that weii;heil three jhiuihN, the
lirirest 1miih:14 . in lies in circumfi rence
t e also Msiieil sou, e lemon ami 1 1 lit. croves
that were heat 1I5 lailen with line -pivies
of th ir respective fruits. I hat our reail
ers mav come to their own concliisinns a-tn
the iiulit of oraiiKi-s niseil in this vallev,
aconiiareil to those rai-oil in other ptrts
ot Nmthern California, we append the fol
low me sliji of telecraph news, from Chica
cn. iriMiicthe price- iiuoteil there jesttrdav.
March IT The Naval is on-idcred the
tiiie-t tarn tj of oramre msl in the state
Tiir ouiM.i m nihn.
Cult too. March IT Mthouiili the r-
I eelpts ot orancis from alifomia have in
creased somewhat tins week, the market
' !,.,.. t-iilu.1 bt,.lt 1. if it 11,, ami ir.tnl n.li im t
1 ..... . ...... -......., ...... .... ..-- ... .......,,. .
Inprue. rhoice orances are 111 f.iir il"
nnndaml rule stead, while common Mo. k
I is i.u. with nodtuiand to sieak ot. Ue
I ivipts from Florida of orances continue to
! illinini-li. wlnleconside ahie quantities are
ns-eivtsl from Miints 111 Mexico ami otlier
place-. I alifomia fruu isipiotel as fol
lows Navel orances, aceoniuic to qu.ililv.
J T' to $4. Ilricht Itiverside. VI T 1 to
SJ ."i), Santa Ana. S.l to T.i': I.os n-cele-,
SJ "1 to ; !.
Our next drive was acro-s oneoftlie
larcest Mexican prants inthetallet the
"-an Joaipiine ranch containiuc I'll WK)
acres. AniusI with cuns and an ahiind.ince
of ammunition, we started aliout so'dm-k
in the nioruinc vvith a dnuhlc eateil, two-
hor-e ric. and traveled in a southea-tcrlv
I
CHURCHES TOMORROW.
Daptirliw The -cCi ml IUptl't church will
hivebapiLlnat the foot ! 1,1 lory street on
"sin Jittqulu ranch Is ilivideil tnd placed
npon the market, and xtIicii the above rail
toad i rind for tmnn.
sant-t .Vnt hasmaderemarkableadvanfe-
,... . ini t......in n,i,.k.r i..t isundii ahuiir 12 j) o 1 1.ick :me ten or
iinii.i.iirml.ui.l.nr. .. ... . ,,,, tauil rtHteS will r. celve the rite intu
it has .iliuo-t double Its nuin-' hjln,, j thl pt r, (o nton R Boone
ber ot houses since tint time.) oirlstitn..in Hmtntrect. between Mechuilc
and Its piipulation Is at letst a third creater, m,i pium-Uii - uiiiimrtrli. iutir -1111
than It was then niiinher of larce husi-' das s, h ...I -it " m 1 m I'reachtni: hr the in
11 lilivl.-are now niinnnehlni.' colinili- '"rat II a m mi - The I ros Vve Must Ileal.
1 ' . , approaemm. conpn an , dt - , ,, , -ii.m-s the -I'lrit Die with the
tlitn Work is procre-sinc on the third ;,ly rinsrii'in-li occupies the true uisst
-tor ot a lift thou-aiiil dolltr hotel, unnu.vi Die llitiieaml HiblediK-irliie ami
winch will-iKiiiU- readv lor invupnicxT di-cliline al.mi 1 Insisted upon, with fellow
Old frame b.uld.i.cs a.e .Meldinc lo larce Vml'al'i'ln'i.l'd 'oll"wl" "' V"" "', (r
hnck Mmks ami a tone nf pmsperlt) -I tVlllri, M K ,ri,er ot Cent, r ind High
tpparent on ever hand. New tracts and ninets -iiiiinii si-hool at ' 1 in Pre t him;
addition-are heme addisi to the town and 1 Kev V 11 l.e.nnr.l I) l .itlcinia m and
lot- thereon ...re lieilor rm.l, IU -,.1,1 .111,1 riw ' S Lev " III UUIliail till pm.ir.at. op
-old at ailvanci-il priie-, while ino-t of
Ihe
uuni; people s meetliic At o lo p In -eats
are fr. e -Innmrs itwayscordlally welcotiie.l
liiuitv I'lpti-t corn, r of oiilh l.ltiie-ton..
mil Mulls-rrv streets Pre idling at II t m
in I " J' p in V ouiii; peoplr s ineetltic at '' 1
-al.ballt s. hool it ' tl i in l-.i -ibbith
scb. N.i -it . iitHl !i i inter of ..Id Ii ivton ro id
j and Pteis ints sire, ti at- sip m . indpreaili
a Incat 3ii i in -iilii. I ti Iheevenim: ' Lights
mouth throucli hum Ii ' "' " """"- arte p tiuiiints i onit
will, i' s Vori'v first i,iuneraii i orner nun inn racniry
Willi v. .. roi. ,,.., ..... . ir il........ .. t, ..........
horc jMi-tn.lice. in -Hi,iMt, -,-u,i Ht " a in Preuhlne at lull
n--iileiKe- that are Im-iiic i-rectisl are of the
-ub.tantiil cla . and -otne appro hliini:
completion would lie an orniuieiit lo a
much lircerand more pretentious plate
than Suit i nt
A re-idenceof -IX inonllis here and
lour diinnc the pt-t
f tin-tide ill I'.iiilp.lliv withC S. rorc
mil J. r Itowuian. at
in and 7 top tn ouiic people's me. tine
it . p m i at. . lietlc n il us at n p nt 1 in
our eountv, to wli.iin an -is-kinc Ii
fitritii t iittt uirlnliilni tit tlil i nlttt. nfi ri
.' ... 111 l r II tin llllir ,tti VI . ndil.1 i 11 1 n I 11 r
lerr.M ha- more -troncl continue,! h' ' A' arr,'r,n i:11 ,trted to th.-escrvlces "
faith the writer had in tin-v alle.v from the ..., . .,.,, , ,Pi ,. . ,,.,,-t,.
ill of hi- Iir-t vi-it hereto, and with nth a,i.,r mhi.Uj sihool at ij in Pretchlnc
ers who have trnvehsl with him he hut ' "ervicesat 10 sia in and Mom ill's Home and
voice- the iiniver-il seiitiineiit "Trulv I loreii.ii Ml-siontri -ociety anniversary it" il
.i . i f im.... i i I'. "! ouin; -Ples liieetlliB
Hiii f hit i,iimii ii ifi i nt ii, rtt 'iiii'i'n, i i ((ntHiii ci
milk aim non' i minnne
I niitTHilfst i. A H Mfinodil ImII. W!i
WITTENBERG VVINNOWINCS. Iiuton ttrret-K lucent. .M . M !.
I pi-tor undi sohool at tt a m trmon
IiiUrlin llrm.mitl lVron illti- ImmiI i i' "" ' h. Aro ,'tfe11 iUt? at
, . , ,, , ., ., ,. ) I " ' HI . III" 1 IMIII-l ll 1MH.llf.1T".- Mill II
lilileiitiHt xprllili.l.r oll.ur. IUi.1,.1 II.hhaI 1 n m tl .-in. In vl..l
L- Ts
COMWDND EXTRACT1SI
W1 r i
WE ARE RECEIVING THE LARGEST STOCK OF
CARPETS
LACE CURTAINS
AXD
t M P III
LcrlMnl
The Iiiirt mc f urif m; Hm Mnoil can
not lt oi ntini iti tl. f r w i'h ut inr
lilixtil jou cannit ctij pol In dth.
At till- -aMin marly mrj one nociW x
Cihh.1 imtlU me t 1 1 if it ill. , mil iMirii Ii
tin liliil mil HtHM. ir , iiiUihw nln
jour coiiinUiuc. It is i i ir in th it il
Mnnnthi n-ainllniuKii tin w, m.cn t
.in aUKtitc ainl t ni s t ' tiii titui, whil.
ittrjilii uchiINlim f , a it. tL
JIikmI sir-Tparill i in . i.1 1 j i iip?i-t
I'lrparetl b C. 1. JIuud A. 1 , 1mm U, Ma
100 Doses Ono Dollar
OLD RELIABLE
B
II
fj the c
I ami in
ranch
I vine.
V m an
Ti3:iii
J. D. SMITH CO.
GLOIIK Ill.TlL.r)irsIG,
Corner Wnl HIeIi -t. anil tVixlnut Alley
PBHTERS
BINDERS
JOHNSDN ikikm:,
LBSSKlriOr TBI H L BAKBKTT & SOT'S EPOI
170 West ColumbU. -treet. ! diiectiou after p.v inc llirouchTiistin Citx.
General Book Binders and Blank Book .Mann- win, ii i-at the nice of the alxiverattch
tltctcr,?r' I'he hrst four to six mile of -aid rani h i-
compo-isl of damp lamU. or lands iisin
which arte-iati water can beea-il) obtained,
and ulni.li are sufticiently nni-t throuchout
ar to pnxluce acncnltural prinlnct-.
ino-t fruit-, without lmcation. Tin-
i-ovviietlh the heirs of James Ir-
a larce Iand-ow ner. who receutlv dieil
Franci-co. hfforts are beinc made
to 'Iaie tliis ranch upon the maiket. and
when accompli-hed. some of the most valu
able land in the alle will Ik- ottered at
comparative! reasonable rate-. After
It ai inc the damp land-, which were inhib
ited h herds of cattle anil -beep, we
reached a inoreelevaled plane, upon which
nhbiLs ami quails m abundance, uife-ted
the cactus and sace bnish ol iimi.-- that were
found in abundance. Si tame and plenti
ful were Iwith rabbit and quail, tint we
w ere enableil to sit in tbecarnaceaml -hisit
either. An occa-ional lake wa- lound
which wa.- u-uall well supjilusl with wilti
ducks and mud hens- 11 no.ui, we had
reiched the All-o- creek, and near the foot
of Mt. fetnta Aut, who-e -now-cipiKNl
-uiiimit was overt!. 000 feet almveus
Vt the la-t named plaie l- one of the hne-t
i.atural locations for a town m the vallev
The Atchison. Topeka and hmta Fe rail
roid Is crailed pa-t this IiK-ation and the
conipanv his )iroiui-e that a deKit -hall 1m
locate.1 at that jniint. Should an abundance
of water lie developed there a- -oon a- the
railroad I- completed tin- will be one of the
must attraitive iints as well as one of the
most valuable acncultural recions on the
road iH-tween here and San Dieco. In tin
sei-tion larce bee rant he-are found from
whichhundreil-of ton-of hone are -hipped
each ear. One Ho-ton tiriu eel- the creit
er iMirtion of it- supplv of hone from thi
scction for the manufacture of a i ouch
medicine which has a world-wide reputa
tioii.
After dinner we turneil our face- toward
the l'acihc and aniu-ed our-elvi1--hmitinc
jame, of which we had our carnace full
when we arrived at our destination that
veiiinc. Our drive was down the Ali-o-i-aiion.
one of the nio-t delichtful of drive-a-
far a- picture-pie s ener is cone rmsl
(.round squirrel- ami sheep herder- watcli
Inc tlietr birds, tistiall .tssi-teil b one or
more -hepherd doc-, are aliout the mil
-lcn- of life met until within a -hurt li
tance from the mouth of the canon. whr.
it widens con-iderabl and where re-ide- an
old Californian in a small oue-stor house,
uihabitisl hv hun-elt. wife and alsuit
a doen children Near lit were the
carca e- of a number of wildcat-. cnote-,
eti , whlih hi-faithful cuii had laid low
Here we -aw -omeof the hnest olive and
fruit tree- and the larce-t vine- -een m
California and tasted -oine choice apple-,
and were olfcred -ome hue wine. V short
drive broucht Us to the mean alone the
beach of winch we drove until wereach.si
a new siiuuuer resort that I- beuii opened
un called Arch Heach. A fair led holel
THEH. P. HUBBARDCO, JjuiOusAd- i-ln-inc erei-te.1 here and water from the
Ttisncr Acrentsch.iDerts New naven, w. siwimuain "eai u. i- w-ihK pipisi o. earn un
. ?. . " . ... me new re-ort. A drive of another
mile broucht us to Lacuna, where we
-'!it the nicht. After Catherine -hell-li-hilic.
etc. the next forenoon we retraced
our steps anta Ana-ward, reaclnnc this
place with a more coiupnlieii-ne view of
the extent of available agricultural ami
fnut-raisinc terntorx in this xalie than we
tonuerl have had.
The . T. A F railroad that Is liem.;
constructed tlirouch this vail., and which
the authorities as-tire n-will be readv for
trains li Jul, will open up a vast new
terntor jet undeveloped, but a- fertile a
aii iqion whicli tlie -un slimes. 1'er-oiis
of litnitisl means who purpo-e makinc fal
lfoniia their home -houltl lie here when the
AND STATIONERS.
BIsik Uook Work and Legal lilankg
Special! V.
DENTISTRY.
DR. J. C. OLDHAM,
DENTIST.
0 'ERAT1TE DENTISTRY A
SPECIALTY.
No. 9lA E. Main Street.
zvs
-IMJI.F flARKEI. .IOT GI'V. 81.00
Dill II I. K " " " 5.00
sIXIII.K 1IUFKI1 I.UI1CK. 4.(10
DO I I1I.E " " 10.00
Trice on other cootls lo proportion.
PARKER.SMITH and OTHER CUNS
crt nnBFrt m sunnr cror.
ItlJ.-ralM c-tal.v e and -rlc IJst sent Free
J. C. BANDLE & SON, rft
llrb I4. Ij.t-k ol
WEAK MEN
lerll etc re
rr-inll.MH Hi M
MADE STRONG
rmMitu iirriix w re gi n Mttwor
QIIEIT ?lItsHJ TIKATm.T
b . -. hl it tj F:h-r
rtdp1yM In I
H lit Nets OI 0
r Sou.
RrpU with ln(.mnBtii ofT'nt
IWJARSTON REMEDY CO l9PArk PUce.NewYortw
BilMtiM
IS ON FILE
attheo'f.ceof
it Aui.in?rT Arrt hO Cn CU3 OUT Vf
-d prtxrfs shown nd ei mt f
..-tin ANY n,wpp', forwi i to
4orfble ptrttes ipon ?p -t wn
v ole Agent Wanted
every city with a Capital o Twrti"
. tike tfieacen-
i.i. .in
i v Dolls. andupvv in-st
f-irao bUliTKU Al den -e f .r I.
i .l.Aanl other 1-1 fcl TKIt l. N. veltles.
. ti require inv i tuc fr un hou-e to
' i-e Men of expene o e preferred, with
i t lass reference Address
The Emplr- City- Electr'o Co..
i liRUAiiu . n oHl.
mo I IVisi.ii ilitie liont j
There was no societv this week.
The Ililler bos are eonvaIe-.-inc.
Who were the nine hi inl si-ter- '
Mtcart -pent hi- vacation in Clncico.
(.reenewalt preaches at Osborn bund ijs
1 he Fre-huieii take up lloraie lln- term.
Macird will preai h in the metropolis of
Ionora
df Haw Clarke want home on a vi-it to
Divton.
l'iper is out acini, after a siece of
uiea-Ie-.
'I he colleco quirti tte is sometluuc trill
plieliouienal.
collece Cmua-ium will In -Ironcl
urcisl tin- term
Fh-ek will pri-tch his f trewell sermon at
Trov tomorrow.
'Uiere was coii-iderihle "bu-fle" in the
cab room the other div.
lliinm will sine hi o next seison with
eini lllizird (,'intette
A. ! l.ei e. ot Man-held, has entered
the preparator .1. pirlni. nt.
llabe -pent his vacation on a siik bis'.
but wa- able to recite I hur-div.
Asa Cliorpenninc had his photo taken
li-t week. All friends call around
Funiiv rrofes-or Mr (' , jnu ousht to
join a liime inu-eiim Oreat laurhter.
One of our tli.de -enior- i- -ml tolnve.in
c--cial likluc for "Mud." lion i-It"
Hirrv Phillip- i- around xi-itiuc old
friend- durinc his vacation from lMawarc
Mewart iIihIcisI aniiind the caiupu- Inlf
an hour ilodciuc freshmen iii-tead of -oph-.
Tli" ThiMlo -lies hive chuu'isl theirc in-
meiicen.ent from the recular time iiiJuui
to Ma .'0.
er few of the Im- have not returned
as ino-t of them were at the old stand
Thur-div niornlnc.
Walter Shaffer, tonuerl) of V, now of
O. W. F . is around vi-itinc old friends.
-Wratt" looks natural a- ever.
Dr. Oit cives the Ni- cnu-iderable en
courictiucnt in forminc an ittiletlc a--oci-aliou
ami of providiuc a cvmnasiuiu.
.Mn-t all of the Ixivs are now hoarding on
the college, as Mr. Archd-acon, the new
stew aril, has become er -opttlar, and the
bos appreciate his effort-.
Hurt-held was acam iii.lilenlj called
home on account of the death of Ins bioth
er. who was acculeiitall killed lt-tweek.
This b the -econd time this j ear tli.it lie
ha- ucvii calleil home on .u-count of death.
ot ev i r i reed or mint1
llleh street M 1 t Imreh -Kev It II P.ust.K
I pistor l'n ailnli bv the pa-tor.it II a in
ilidTpm s-ittnl t school at " .t ni iounc
I people's nierliuc at t ' p ni All are wel
c.iltie
j I luted Presbyter! in, Mtrket street south
I ot Pleasiut -.ibbith sctiool at i (tl a m
Pr.ai hllic-it tla in Htnt V) p nt b the pis
tor. Kev Joseph Kyle vounc peoples
me. finciit 6 Hi p in A i urdi il welcome toall
l'rayer nieetlnc every Wednesdiy eicnlnc
-t Tiul I K ,-outh l ellow -prlncs street
-abb it b school it ' i ni l'reicbltic at In toby
l.ei Wllllsin Hti!iv.tii Ii 11 .iii-l at T 9 by
llev V I: Leonard li It ounc people's
nie.-ilitc.it ti Up 111 rt.e public crdlillj In
vttt.l
lirst Presbyterian corner Miinaiid Usher
Kev (' falconer. Il II . nistor. will
preach at 1 i ni inlT ji p i.i -ubject in the
PORK PACKERS
AND CURERSOFTHE ,
preacli at 1 i mint, ji p i.i -ubject in the .
etenliiK Politics and liellclnii-ttip Present I lnm-ni All Irttiiltrl
-iti.itlon -ibbiihs.boolitK an m Wine V'llclIllUlOIl 131(1110
P pies mretliiE at t. f The publk cordially . 'MM"IM"-M-Ma- -" .
Mm
NON-PARTISAN RALLY.
I Col. I Met-tlng fit the Xlicwiini lai.t
MKht.
Last nicht, at the wigwam, the non-partisan
held their hrst meetine of the cam
paign. At the liecimiinc the hou-e was
about Inlf full, but -dinrtlj after y o'clock
tilled up to the three-quarter notch. There
w as a noticeable lack of the olti time en-thusia-m,
althouch the proceetliius were
well condikted and the -peakers were care
fullj li-tene.1 lo and I.nrlj applauded.
I. T. We-t was chairman of the meet
inc. The -tand upon the -tace vv as ta-te-fnllv
decorattsl with flowers and the speak
ers wore butionilres, Ixith coiitrihiiU-tl b
Mrs and .Mis, r.itil.
I'he loeil -pi'aker- were Me n. F M
Hican. James I. Cu-hmau, James F
Oh-.-. James K. Care, who read a litter
of acceptance from J. (lUiltord White,
the lion parti-an nominee for solicitor.
The siH-iker of the eveniuc, Hon. W 1'
Smith, statistician of II. A.. Ux, K. of
I. ot Indiana, wa- next introduced, ami
completed the programme. Mr. Smith 1
t ceutlemiii of hue pie-ence and cmxl ad
tlre . He made an earnest, intellicent.
forcible speech on the subject of labor, its
interest-, rights and pm-iects.
It is now under-tood tint the ntin-pirtl-sins
will hold i.iie more rail before the
e'lition.
C'.r.l t'r I.C. 111. I. II. to...
SreiM.Mti ii, O., March iC. t
To the Kditor of the Republic
As the announcement of the appearance
of Mr James E. Murdix h. the xeteran elo- i
ciitioni-t ami patriot, at Hlack's opera .
noii-e, s-undav afterniNin. April i. in -elis-t
readme, eiuotiuteretl -ome oppo-ition and
leuion-lrance. I have cincelled the date,
anil beg leave to -av. howtver, that the
character of the entertainment would have
been as ilevatmc and rehutsl as anjtliin
which could iK-eur in the ell churclies, out
side of the repular service-; and, as locil
uianijer of the engagement. I stake nix
reput ttion that tlie morals or scruples of
no one, however delicate, would hate been j
offended. E C. MmnLiTtiv.
Invii. .1 to all sfrvh cs
Methodist Protestant, Plels nit street
div school at "a m -erilce at In SI
in. I T Ji p m Pnver me. fine Ueduesdiy
ev.iiliic it T 91 J fiiiles.pistor
I irst lltptist stind-ij H-h i.ti it o ii i m
Pren-tiiucat I ' t. i in and hi p ni by pis
tor. Kev I. Uilkitistiu -unday ailiool
pruer meet Inc at "p m 11 ire cordl illy
Inviled
Second Uiptlst Kev Milton P. Boone. ins
I tor -uii.l iv s. b..ol it )i 1 m Preaclinii!
li in. pt-ior.it 11 1 m aii.17 lop m Biptlsm
at the ire. k HI. top ni Prajer ineetliic at
( p in l! ire welcome
.-eiond Pre-byteri tn Preichinc -it II a n
and T tup m bylliBpntor Kev 1) II Fuller
ton. Il li ounc peoples uieeltiic at t. li p
tn Pnver llleeiitic Widlltsdiy evetltnc at
T Jip in All cordially Invited Income
l.llPUldH I 1! t' .1 llurkert pjstor -lb
oim -erviies l'reiiiunj it in ai a m and 7 l .
p in -ihbitusU latip m Moniiiiesub
J--ct, "thrlitlin l.irnesfness - veiiinc. )
e npermte Keadiiic." -trancer invited and
map. welcome 1
t hrist iKpn-opili ervices on -umtay at '
the usuil hours. 11 a m aut I M p in Kev .
John T Ko.e. rector
IliCI -treet M K uidiy school at IT
Preuliiiicat 11 a 111 by Professor KlclnrJs
.No servoes in the -it-iiing
t'oncrecitlonil - ervicel at II a in !
and " .1 p 111 conducted by Kev - P ilun
lap pastor ele-t. follnerlyof Topi ka, Kansaj
2 ibbith school at o -la m.
1-aconda avenue ( oncrecitionil chapel
Mbbath slIuio! at J Hi. (. K 1-olcer. supt.
NELSON COLLECE NOTES
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
SHOULDER and BACON.
PURE LEAF LARD
For Famlljr Uae.
WINDOW SHADES
THIS SPRING
Ever received by any one house in this city, which
will be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
JONES &, SON,
' CORNER MAIN AND LIMESTONE STREETS.
EVERYBODY
1
COME AND SEE THE
CALF SHOE
W.Grant's Sons;
16 E. Hieh Street i
WHICH WE SELL FOR
rjcke.l ( p by One of the student.
r.eorce Ilutt is a tliimond of tlie first
w ater.
Mi Cirrie Shaffer !i.i- returned to com
plete the conr-e.
Mi-s F. M. Urelsford is keeping IL J.'s
books this Week.
I.. E. Miller i- book-kecp r for the Jone
A. Co. department.
( . I.. Iuinm is one of the bnchtest stu
dents 111 the school.
-dink in tlie First Interintionil bank is
selling at a premium.
Will -ome one a-k (irauer to -a some
thing dining school hours.'
Me--rs. Ceo. 11. Drain and II. W. Morse
graduated this week with high honors.
Mr F II Hts-kler, i-U-sof li, is as
sistant bookkeeper at the Columbus Hiiggy
works, loluuibit-, O.
Frtnk Kiuck is ceneral book-keeper and
W I! CirJ individual buok-keeiH-r at the
Fir-t International bank.
I.. J .Norton L-gentral book-keeier and
F. E. Stevens, individual, and James
Ilnlati, foieign, at the South Citv bank.
.Mes-rs. Mitchell. liraiii ami Miller re
ceiveil irculars, maps, etc.. from 11. ti.
ila.-lim;-. clas- of I--ii. who 1- now livatul
at Interlacheii. Fla.
We ju-t ri-ceivisl a letter from Carl S.
Divis. of tlie class of 1-st Since leav inc
ollece he has worked linn-elf up to the io
silion of luier for the I lev eland Kubber
contpaiiv, of Cleveland, ().
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
Solicitor of American ind tore ga
PATENTS
-AXD-
COUNS 13 LLOR
I ALL TATKNT MATTIES
Room 5 Arcade Building,
SPRINGFIKLU,
Lcn
O.
Ilraneh (renrles: Washinctoa 1) C
don Lnc. Paris, France
BE1A.TS THE 'WORLD.
GEO. C. HANCE & CO.
NO. 14 WEST MAIN STREET.
PAUL. A. 54JMi.ii. V
Attorney and Expert
-IH-
t HIjT We. k-. IIikIikss.
K. F Ilraiuloni .V Co.' business tills
week has been immense. Our reporter
called to see these gentlemen and found
proprietor ami sile-uien all bus with cus
tom, rs riieir averace is about eichteen
pianos anil organ- ler week. This Is an
unheard-of large -lie for till- citv. The
are condemn!, and pu-hcr- 111 their bu-1-ne-s.
-suit on n lo torA Hill. )
The suit of Drs I. A C II. Ka acam-t j
lolin Fucker, to reenter SI2.J alledgiil tn
be due for profes-ional -erv ices in attend
ing the latter'- -on, was tried to a jurj Fri
dav nicht 111 E-quire Hreekenrnlce's court '
l'uiktr claimed as an off-et that the doctors
ind kille.1 his son, but the jur did not see
it in tint licht, so gave the plaintiffs a ver
dict tor tlie full amount.
Ever dt atlds to the creat amount of
evidence as to the curative jKiwersof Hood's
"-tr-apinlli. It is unequalled for eeneral
debiiil. and as a blond puriher, expellmc
eveij trace of -crofula or oilier iiupiiritj.
Now is tlie tune to take it. o!d hj all
druggi-ts.
Ihell E bonder store is the retocnied
leader of fashionable milliner. Of this
oil will be convinced b attending their
opening. Tliursclaj, Frida and Saturda of
next week. ;
EA-TJErVT CASES,
S3LICIT0B OF PATENTS.
Ttonm M vVi:ils I(u!lcliiir
DR. 1. 1. BLOUNT
Would respectfully announce thit he his
resumed the practice of Heutl'try In this
city. OfBceand Residence
No. 185 South Limestone St,
EXHAUSTEDVITALITY
rrllESCIEM'J OF LI tl. the I
1 irreat Medical W urk, if ttit 1
aKfon HnhoMi,frvoUHand '
rnyicalifmnt.i'remature
I'eclin, Error-sol outli.tnd I
the untold niMertts caute I
qin?iilthfrvtii iw'pigrHo. 1
- pre stniiiuns inr hi at i
,is tl th, full tftlf, onl
ui. by mill Hcait IHl
train rsdicvl fret tt .ill y iun ina middle i
Hiltd nieu t I lhe nfit (K) d y vinl uoh
Address Hr U II IMUKKU.
4 HnIflnrhM Itot.n. Mhm
SPECIAL-ATTRACTIONS!
-IBT OUR-
Boys' and Children's Department.
NOVELTIES EV
CHILDREN'S SUITS
.A.iNT-
SHORT OVERCOATS.
TTEJU.'ar KTOIO
Xtitice to Cniitrat'tTs.
Sealed proposals will ! r(trtl liy
IJo.inl ol lluspiiai i oriiriis-iiotjt rs.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powd-r netT arlr X marel o( pu
rity, strength and wholeHoniei-ss Mori1 tc
nomiiMl Hum thf ordln iry kind, and c.uniot
beiold in tcimpetlttnn with the niultliii.lt ir
low test, shurt weicht. .ilmn or ph-tsphale
powder- oM -ml in ritin Kovii IUkim
V w okr Co , lu all street. Vew ork
tht
f the rity
oiprincDfid unio.ai rue oini mine uii.ii
fit block in sild city ol J - Mltott , l r ot
itidbotrd uiittl l.o i lock. ti ion ol n
1. lor luruismnuaii inem tienai ami
.ill the 1 ibor fur the rt-nnNlillnn ,ind ret!
of the bulldliii;ou the llu-4ptt.il rutind- iinml
city
llbidiinuit be for doinir - ud work it cord
Idk to the pUns and pr iht-ul im there!, r on
file in the ortlce of Uus r-irr ir. tiif n t
and all bid must be on the bltnk forms furn
Ished bj the clerk if sanl boird. tnd ihall be
encloffd in ialed entlpetnd d p tnitfil
wltli sld cleric, and such seilcd t-ittiuie
shsll h ie endorsed thereon themturt of the
sime
ald bids will be opened at the first reculir
mftlni:oftheboird after the'Mh'l ii t pril t
1m7 and sild board reserves the ruht to reject l
Hiiy or all bids i
BOKIOK I10-PITL OMMh IuEK- j
Iy.If4 1 Iioidwi, President 1
J r. KiLioTT.t leik
48 j FOR CHECKMno hours, cures In 3 '
mi - .-days. Drug stores la N" 11 I'hUa
4D I C-'ira..andllt.ist.MatuM .sprln 1
field, 0.
LOST
MAXIIOOI). YOl'THrTL
Imprudence. nrousdebll-
lty cured Dy notantOerve
Bitters. 50ctj Herb Med
Co l'hili I' 'old at II !
Mln t .xprlnfleld.O
See our $2 Fancy Pleated Suits, in sizes from
Four to Ten Years.
Specialties in Fine Dress Suits
FOR CHILDREN AND BOYS.
r; Shirt Waists for Everybody. New and Beau-
iitui uesigns. uan tany.
BRUCE, HAUK & GO.
POPULAR CLOTHIERS.
WHELDON & MERRILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX
ALL KINDS OF COAL.
WA.NT
my i
TKI-i;eneral agents to wholesale
new motor, llarechitice ir mm! -al
ary orH! on tliedollar Address utthstanin.
F M We ner, Indianapolis. Ind Name this
I paper
TTut-tiding Astvertinfr should address
, GFO. p. ROWELL & CO.,
, 10 SI RUCK 1TIII.LT, Mil lllltk C1T1,
ForaELECTLISTof l.Xi.EUlPKUb.
Win be sent I- HKK on aDUllration
JACKSON COAL A SPECIALTY.
AGENTS FOK
HURD COAL COMPANY, FRANKLIN COAL COMPANY,
JACKSON, OHIO.
ALSO THE BEST QUALITY DF HOCKING, ANTHHACITE AND BLDSSBUHg COAL
Corner Mrclunic and Washington Sts., Springfield, 0.
MPORTED PIQUE KID GLOVES!
Are the handsomest and best wearing gloves in the market. Celebrated Coltskin, and best makes in regular kid, in all the new shades, at
ot
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