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EEPUBLTO. TTESDAY EVENING, MAY 1T 1887.
The only braiul of 1-iiin.lrj Sap
nwarJiit a nrt tlv imiial at tint
New Orleans KMtioiu (iiuran
Uwl aWlutely vmru, ami for si-iu-ral
hou-liuld uriw-s Ls tlio rrj l-.
ETEMXU AND WEEKLY.
Tar REPl'HI.lC frill, tkr lew Tor tad fi
Uri aMorlaltd Prri Ul.natrhr.aaJ la llratf r
V. M. NICHOLS.
TIIO-. ). I1KOW.V,
SPflllEFIELD PUBLISHIHC COMPAIY.
Publishers and Proprietors.
Ill's.MISS tOWITTEE or rut:
II IHHE-SH It l. K II II K IT"
Weliate rviK-atwlIj alltuled to the fact
that w hile iuilh idual enterprise has aclilet eil
wonderful reult in till, cltj, we hate hail
er little attempted in an orKanlrnl wat
in behalf of the sro th ami in-t rit) of
tlie town. We hail, at one tnue. a txianl of
SpriiiKtieM teteraiu will lie Interested in
tint notice from the Sandu-ki IlojMcr
At the annual lneetimt of the Ex-l'iiloii
Prl-Minert of War Ai-oeiatum at Fremont
on Wedne;ilij S S Canlielil of Toledo,
was elected i)ieident l - Mov., of
Toledo, i Ice-jireMdent I) (' ebitt, of
Cleveland, treisnrtr, and .1 W liroun
lieiter, -etrotart .Mi-r Illieiiiti, of
Cleveland, (-ner. of Fremont, t anlield,
.. T..1...1.. i ,- t ..r ....i.li.-l. on. tip-
trade-but there was no tradimr for the Ol,ainlerlain. of Tole.li.. were aiHH.int.il a
hoard todn, and it hnallv "went out" The committee to router with the Nmthern
londahoutewa-tliereMiltot an oriran I hio a-,Hialion withji v.eiv to a union
ied etlort, and it now Mauds as a 11101111 Cns-iIl A Coni.iuv's Whm mi .
meiit of whit nriniili'eil -tlort can atli nipt nukes it api-canine for lime
....!,. i..... 1. is M.mli.sl ll.it now. wlill,. 'ftoiillspiii els a snpeil, work ol irt
individual eulerpiiM' is pn-diine tliead.it
liitir.ume i un 1ppr1.1el.1sl in u hue
sell A Ci-uip in) ire it
even theater rate ol sp.,si anil lone 11.111 , M() f(1 rk
ever K'fun-. and while the people ut oilier
, (ties and of a ureal iumi) villaices. are or
Kanliiicthentsilves and spendinc moiie)
1.) w.i) id .MlvertMiistheirU.wiisjndii.il
struitlm; and inllatlm; Ihniiii-, vie hive
resteil satMusl heie with a steidv. stunl)
and sure crow til. tint has developed from
)earti. veir. and which his never, at an)
time, taken a siimlestep haikwari!
We are not livinc up to our privilege. I"
this line. In a ell) where iiiiorcani'nl
efort has aecomplishisl so much, it is 1111
doubted.) true that onruiired effort could lie
made inMruinentil in doing much more
We sliouM have a taunt of trade or a
merchants' ecliiuce. or a -t uidinc citien
comiultti-e. at the regulir meeting of
winch matters pertaininc to the welfare,
growth and prosperity of the ot cm hi
considered and plans devM-d and mittired
for niHtinl effort 111 promoting lm-al inter
ests. s-uch an onrauir ition. bv whatever
mine, ci.ulil do much to induce new coin
panics to come here, or to aid the onnnu 1
Hon or enlargement of local coinp-une-V
are pleased to sa). 111 connection with
(he Hon I K vlninl, m old W itten
l r Im'V 11. d sim in livv ol lr I'r
spi,vlier oflhisiitv is the new ma)oi of
voinitle ailioiiuui; ( m, inciuntti on the
Iflll 1 1 II iTHr
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THE KVENINO KKrUIU.lC is published
eTerjeenlniteicept Sunday, and Is lell
enxlat the rate ol 10c per werk. Slncle
THK WEKKLV RFfUIILIO I. publitlcd
eer ThQrdT. and l one ot the mostconr
nlat. fan.llv nwsttivn. in fill tf rttintlT ; i
elcht panel, markets complete Repiele this luMter, that Ml) or Oliver s Kell) Is
with newi and mlieellanT It Per tear, .... ... .. ., , ,
Invariably earn to. advance. takini; the initiative in this line and has
sent out to leadmi: citizens the tollowini:
Ml communication, and contribution! invitation to a meeting to be held ill Ills
h.iuld be addrewd to Ciiithv. M Nichol. ,.,. Kri.liv eipiilmr ,.1 the uresent I
edltor.and all business letters to Thouih i imice. on rn.li) iveiunt.01 inepresimi
111 vi: Mi: It hi Ixvn siurcesteil bv a
nuinber of our most prominent citizens
that there should W a rliaiutier of con
1 meree iMablishe.1 in onrcit). witli a view
I that all matters of a public nature could lie I
referred to that bodv for their action
Other cities 111 our state, of much less iki
ulation than ours, have established boards
of trade or chambers of commerce, and 1
understand that the) are working to the
entire satisfaction of the parties ireatinc
them, and are of cre.it benelit to the com
miiiiil) where thev are located
While other cities both in and out of our
ri7KCOt".rrcilKrj.. I -tate are at this time liavmc considerable
The annual republican count) conven Jot a boom, whiih is larcel) due to the push
Telephone No. 3JO.
TUtSDlT EVENING. Nit 17. 18S7.
CUR HIGH WATER MARK:
Circulation March 24
Circulation April 2
Circulation April 31
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thin, to be held for the purpose of iiomlna
tlig count) officers and e lectiiicdeleRates to
the annual Mate convention, will be held in
the wicwam. in this city, on Wednesdai.
MtyS-IUi. lbsT, and its sessions will o'ii
at 10:30 a-in. The primar) meetinp. will
be held on the preoeJlnc Mnndav (in tin
same week) at the specified voting placts
in the city, from 7:30 p. in. to ! p. m., and
In the township on the Saturdav precedimr.
May 21. at the place and hours specified In
the official call, printed in our daily ai d
weeklv editions. The placts for the
city cauciLvses appear, also, in the
call. The candidates to !e mn ed
are for the follow inj; positions: vii
C1l's.T C)MVIssIOM IU
ltisver) iinimrtant that all repuhluans
should attend these primary meetings and
take Jiart In tlie selection of delegates to
tlm county conventions, so tla
the county convention, at least, shall Ik' a
truly and spirited representative bod), of
and from the people, similar incouiKsit on
and spirit to the convention which nomin
ated Mayor Kelly. There are many candi
dates for the several offices to le Idled, and
so far as we know, they are all i-ompeti nt
andlioneM. The convention has. there
fore, an opportunity of seipctlmr the test
and most iopular. and of making an excep
tional!) strong ticket. Tlie tune to put In
effective work is at these primaries, to be
held In 'lie country on Saturda) net, and
In the clt) on the Monday following. We
have no candidates of our own; we on!)
prefer the most capable and the men who
can secure tlie most votes on the Reiieral
ticket, but pain should !e taken to civ e the
eit) and country their fair pro.rtions of
This medicine combining Iron wuh pure
"epetable tn . oiiicV y and romi letely
I um llvsprnsia. Iitdlflr.tlon. riiklie,,.
Iinnurelllood. VIaluria,C kllUand 1 e.rrs,
1 1 is an unfallinc remcly for Dleasc of Ihe
kidney and I bir.
It I. Invaluable f r Msms txTuliar to
nunirn. am! all vi hn lead Kslentar) lives
II !esnot injure the t-elh caut luadai be or
prlupe consUl-itiOTi jthT Jnm mrtttrtnefili
II cum he an 1 jsmfi. the tl.ssi stimulates
the apnetih' aula the assim lati. n of fool re
hevfs Heartburn and Ik 1. long and .trtngth
t i.s the musrli-s and ner es
for Intermltlent fevers I.au!tudc. lack ol
FnprRv Ac It has no equal
w- The irenutne ha atsive trade mark and
Cl.issed red Ulwa tin v ra is r Take no olLe r
Hia-.. PKI.HVlHin.llt ,U HtlVllOKC, Sl
Corn CtoliCilJ. Tloarwnw CYeorsA'
l i..ti. ivl..u.inntuult lriiwultli
mn. II ajt.nssl mjtd uf I
l.ta ditsv rt o i i
fm 11 l twnuuiu ii
tVMiJl VP II I f 1
uAile rri;2isi nl I.
nvi.tMV-1 lruli' Mai I., t
a Mull a iiai ii.ui r-1 v i
srrili (Vi.fi.in InM, 1 lt
LuimiUiUil.tUIVlIlt ' H 11
I mil J- A I Mrtrr .e t
ITvv . lliltliisirf, ia., L
lnir. Ihrareal lul,r.i u
Molet -ilwii I U I lfc-s-4a l. all KruK...
4 lirw Inp"a I
(i.i in. or ioi in.
Jamei II Hat but. will I, v candidate lor
re eleitlon t the unlet! u( ( lerk i 111. .ourt
o( entiiiiiiiii pleji. luldeei to the ileenioii.it
the rrpiibli.an tonveiitlon
Capt Finley 0 CuininiDKS 1 a , ind. tate tor
Clerk ot ominull Pleas, sulytittu the deeisi Hi
ot the Keiiublli in CuiiventUmot i 1 irk counts
P M i irtmellwill be i cindidate lor the
couniv audltorshlp snluecl to Ihe ictioii ot
the republican t on vent n in Hell, vini: ll.tl ro
t illon lit ofliee tiroiimt, s purity of tsilltlcs m.t
advance, the p irtv's int. n st. he will not ink
a third term, if noinln itul and eletted
II liylur.tif New t .irllsle llethel tovMl
ship. Is l cindldlte for loltntv ui.lltor. sub
jeu to the decision of the n publican tuutitj
0 I- tervls. vvillbe i eaiidntite fnrreelee
tlon totl.eoltl.eiif . umty udltur subject to
thedeil.ion ol the t outity UepuMuan i on
E T Thonns Is n indld ite furCiunly ud
Itor. sunj, ct tuthedectsiuuul Ihelouuty Ite
IM ( OllllrU.
I A Todd willbe aeiiiitidale forre e!r, lion
for Count) Recorder sutije.t to the decision
of the Republican t omentum
I l eare luthorized t annouiu, II Kowi
of ssiuth I hirlston vIaUIsi.h township ,,.
cindid ite fori. iuutv Ket. inter subjei t to the
I aecislonoftlieKepuulii.ini ouuiylni.veution
READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT !
If you desire to be posted on the prices of Clothing; it will be money in your pockets to get my prices before you
buy elsewhere. All clothiers in the city say they're selling their clothing cheap; no doubt they are, but the
fact is, and can easily be tested by looking through my stock, that I am giving Bigger Bargains than any house
in the trade. This is a broad assertion, but nevertheless a fact. I have facilities for purchasing large job lots,
sometimes at cost and often less than cost, of manufacturers, having a resident buyer in New York City, who
is at all times on the alert for a drive in this line.
Look at my showing of good all-wool Cassimere and Cheviot Suits at $8 and $10 ; fine dress sack or frock,
real tailor-made, fine fitters. We press every suit, and when desired build the shoulders square, and guarantee
the fit. quality and work. These suits, the tailor price for them is from $30 to $40. I sell them from $12 to
$20. I am stocked full of fine and medium Young Men's Suits, ages 13 to 18, and Children's Suits 4 to 14 years,
and can give you real honest value. Separate Pants for men, boys and children, and a complete stock of men's
Furnishing Goods. Every article marked in plain figures. No deviation. Give me a call.
4T23CID OLD HBLIABIjIII"
P ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
JLlsTTD I-PtTiCET STS.
NEW GOODS, U
DUBT T T
BRUCE, H AUK & CO.
SELL THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
PltOII VI I .11 im. i
John Miller villi he .1 ctnilldile for re
election to the otlce of probate judu sutiin t
to tlie decision ot the republuau t.ninty ton
Fletcher Unite ii a andldate for 1'rutitle
1 .ludite.sulijett to the detision of the County
1 lteiiublfcan I onvention
W. 11 s?rrett Mat indld ite for re elei Hon
totheotnee of toiiuty lonimlsslot.er subject
to the detision of the rtpublttau ,ount ton
ami eners ami concert of action of their
lnuniiiert tiusiuess men, we are stamlin
iJIe, tnistinc to our l.roiiunt nee as a uiaiiii ,
fieturini; citv to carrv us through Itut
each tliv we ee larce amounts of imuiev '
lea vim; ourcitv to be invested in ntlnr
tonus of much less imiortance than our
oivn beautiful cltj. It is beheveil bj inte I
a number of our ieoj.le that if our inanii-'
fa-turers, mcrcliants, uieoliaiucs. lawven, j
atul. in tict, all classes of our citizens j
wouhl cet toirether ainlestahiisli a liaiulier j
o couiinerce. the) couiil foriuul ite tlans
which wouhl not onlv keep the capital of
our citizens at home, but would draw tap
ital from abroad to In? Invested 111 tiiiniifai
tuiinc and various wavs, winch vvoiild
largelj increase our poptilillon and add to
the wealth of our cit. ,
1, therefore, most ri'spi'ctfullj ask ji.u to
attend a nieetini; at the major's oilice 011 j
Kridav eveninc at 7 .11 p. 111.. tntuiisiilt j
with other gentlemen as lo the Iesl vvav to I
go atiotit getting tills matter in the liest '
practical shaiie. Yours, verj trulj
O.&. Km v. Major.
1'ttihtnlit thrjuiheit rjrceUrn
rirntft . iiji, ,iir., rnmjnrtn lot
lirinnnUliml nrrthr rriyiiliij
0 r, .me - iJ.4.r.COUSINS.
n kit 1 NEW YORK.
Agcn's for s.prin y ielt)
Rouse & Parsons. DUN LAP'S
PEARL AND STRAW
The political prodigy, (.ovenior Korakir,
after he was elected, undertook to refonu
the police board of Cincinnati and appointed
.Milo G. DotliW as a commissioner of the
same. Milo is now 111 serious trouble. I e is
charged with borrowing nionev from iiiein
lien of tlie jiolice force and he is being ln
vestigatetL .Viicld mid JJnioirr.
Wli) we smile, on reading the foregoing,
h accounted for by tlie fact that the Mans
field itfMonil Kmimr is a rantaiikerous
democratic slieet, whose editor did not
know that Milo G. Dodds was also a democrat.
FIR STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS
The major fears that he has overlooked, j CASf BE PUT o 1IV AM' FEIISOS.
it srndiiigout his invitatituis. iiimv citi 1
zeiis whose presente he would (oiisidcri
Verj desirable, and he wishrs us espetiallj I
to invite, in his behalf, ail of then- and all j
o'hers to attend this meeting. It is iMiitej
proper that a movement of this sort should
originate with the major, and i"sHsiallj si 1
when the mijor is a man of thinut, r j
IHOL'SAMlx OF ROLLS sold ANNUALLY
roil I1UILIIIM.S OF E LKV
BKJIU FOB .NtVV CIRCULAR. COVTAWISO
PUICL LJUT AND UUEBUlCLS.
brain, public spirit ami enterprise. Tin
major's olhce should Iteimnded with stdul
men on Kn.laj ei.iuug.
M. EHRET, JR. & CO.
423 Walnut Street. PHIIADELPHI1
The following is from the eina Hi:ctte.
of Mondaj I
A representative of the llttzitu was 111
Springtiel.1 oliedaj 1.1st week and had the
pleasure of being "picked lip" bj Kev Dr
Ihinj an and bj him driven aroiinil for an.
hour, viewing the beauties of the Champion
t'ltj. including their iovelj PeniiMiT ceme
terj and their inimmotli 1-st stni t shops.
Dr lluujan's man friends of eiiu will
lie pleased to learn that linns, If and fainilj
are in good health 1 he llr.'s pntiglield
charge iiiiiuImts iidir limnliiit.
The l.'ev. Dr. Leonard was recent!
eourtismsl) "pic keti 111 " bj Dr. Kunjaii, '
but he has not jet piibhilj aiku,.vvl,slg,st
the -'gix"! turn" the doctor gave him
Witliont doubt the BEST plutermada. When
applied to any kind of pain cr oitom. Instant
clea. Severe Ache. Strauxa, Kidney X)ieaat
JUitrainatiscior&xiysortot actenctm in any part
viMlmit&nUvtia thisaln liillincandstrenjrth-
eninf properties of Uao JIop Plaster. Virtue of j
irean nop, wirgunay ma ua wmgn uiubj
combined in a ewect and never Ullir.g Foroua
FUute. Ufccd and recoinmcnded by tiosta of
people, 25c, 5 for f I.cverywtere. Jiiauearor
pTic. PTop'allQPFLaSTEBCO .Hoetcn.Mati.
'I he .lime issue of the -loo in sto htipi
rliic, tIL T Hush A Nmi, 1.0 and 1 .1
I'l-arl street. N'evv York.) is espeeiallv vil
liable to Ohio people for the line irtrait it
coutainsof lion Win M(Kuilj, junior.
The .liiitriui.'i is a verj evellent and
WAMl I)-(leneral agents to wholesale
my new motor. Itare thauce. good s il
ior -coti the dollar Address, vvi tit stamp.
I" VI Ueiver Indianapolis. lud (Name this
Speaking about Queen Kapiolam. the
Itoston .iJ sajs "No tia' I. n o Hawaii
i hookiutia unaiiei. I'a lioano la o ltoke
tona l Keia la no ka luka la mai a-e kakali
lki la inei o ka me.i nam " We do tint
understand, (let further auav, from the
TiiteiKllliK ,lvrrtlen should addrelfl
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
10 Sl'KUCK STUKKT, NKVV UlliK CITY,
ForsELKCT LlbT ol l.oOuXKWi.l'APERS
M.lth.nt KKfKon annllcatlon
fb VKNMKOIAI, 'WAFEHS are
sucts-ssf ull used in.inthly by over 10 000
:, Indies. Are. sae t ffectuoland ifeaunt
$1 jHrbox by mall uratt'ruggitita. Scaled
"sVjrficttfars JisistaffoBtainjia. Address
To Ecbku Ciieki ai. Oj-, DmoiT. Jrcu
1'tir s ,!. by Krnnk II. Cilileutx aDd Ad.
llakhnua A Co.
FINEST ON EARTH.
Sole Aont forSprinifipId.
Is receiving the choicest and most select
ed stock of
Dress and Business Suits
That are well made, neat and nobby, and
they will be sold as low as the lowest,
taking the make and material into con
sideration. All styles of
All the leading styles in Neckwear, Cel
luloid Collars and Handkerchiefs.
J. M. Hxiote,
For the least amount of money. We, in asking for the
fiipport of the public, appeal to the good sense of the
people, asking them to inspectthoroughly before pur
chasing. This is the only satisfactory way to all.
Satisfactory to us because it will be found that all
our assertions are fully borne out ; satisfactory to
those who come and examine, for then they will be
able to see for themselves that we are far aheid of
all competition in goods and prices. PREPARE YOUR
SELVES FOR SURPRISES! WE HAVE THEM!
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.
r . y . fJm, PSll m m iva.
i:i l!:iit 3rii.ii Ml.
WHELDON & MERRILL
AMIUI.E.VVI.K AMI KETAI1. UCU.KKS IV
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday Evening, May 17, '87.
The Urlhtfst JuniilrHt nut lt nm tt
I, HER AND
TlinTh irmtr.i' Vitfe.. itnl An titntlisilif 1 V .
iiilst .T.VOIv.OiV V Sl'KCIALTY.
MISS .JOSIE SISSO.N. BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTHRACITE & BLOSSBURG.
Stove and Kindling Wood.
Agouti fur llurd Coal Co. and FranLIiu Coal Co., of Jackson, 0.
Office and Yards: Corner Washington and Mechanic Streets,
Springfield, Ohio. Telephone 254.
otNPF0R 7 tun
5ampipr.c',2-W-IG &I8.East 2NO S
m HURST & THORNTOH, -rf, " !
...Cn.nr ahia irrrra )SHFFTMrTll IMANVrnQU
if nxm OHIO AGLMS, Sheet Metalein any form
, (VlLAXN IRON.
In tin title role, ably iipiurt. Itj tlie tal
eutt-il tuitK fcceiitrit Irtfh .niifUl.tu.
Ilrlrt aiiilmni, a l.drneU l.rAdv
AHo ihef uoriteaitor r i-.hi, an.i
t roiii pic tc cmnpiny ot carefull eli i tnl
(cal and oiiaetU artit
t v, ami wonderful spitaeI ir rule etTet tn
dailHiinu JSc. k and jiK V extn for
rr red eat
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
-AlunliT A liro 'sMore -
SpftClalattenllouKWen to the presertluKOt
DRUNKENNESS DINNER SETS!
Contractor and Builder.
Store and office furniture made to order, also
doors, verandas, inanities, Inside blind', hand
rail, stairs and screens, hsttmaten and sped
Dcatlons furnished on RUDllcatlou IS north
Onter street. Springfield. O
Or ihe I fquor Hnl.il. l'oilirl Cured
b) Imlfiilerinc Dr. llaiDes
It cn beK.veu In a cup of coffee or tea
wtthoutthe knoultdce of tlie person tiki n
it isab-toiutely hirmlesH, and will eflrcta
perniMieut and spdy uire. whether the pa
tient It h modente drinker or tn alcoholic
wretk Thoimad- of dnmkinlt hae been
made temperate men who hae takeiHJoMen
-prtifU In their iortee without thelrknowl
ede, and todiy believe they quit driiiklm: of
theirown free will It never fills The sys
trm ome ImprtKtiited with the Specific.lt
becomes an utter Impossibility fortheUu.uor
appetite to exist i orsile by Dr T J Cas
per. least Main street, md Theo Troupe,
Milnand M irketstreets.sprinKfield.O.
It is a satisfaction in buying any article
which is intended for actual use and service
to know what you are getting. This valua
ble information can always be obtained when
buying Boots and Shoes from Geo. C. Hance &
Co., No. 14 West Main street, who depend en
tirely on the intrinsic merit of their goods to
please their customers. They make no mis
representations about their goods and will
tell you just what you are getting.
. 1 1 AVol distill St.
Ot French, Dresden itml Co
penliagfii China and a great
variety of Ion -priced Amer
ican Senii-l'orcelain and cheap
Printed KiikHsIi Dinner Sets.
I rum tlif t hrjtpeM lo the t Ineht. j . , ., f .
c- cuni r-rr . rr r. S. wnnlil re.pecttu!lv unite the I.adiet lo inspfct our
F. SCHULTZE 8L CO., GEXn.VK IIAMLSEWEU TrKX SHOES which we are selliD-
20 X - Y. 4th St., Cincinnati, 0. 1 for ijCl.OO. "
WE SHALL NOT HERALD A CHEAP SALE
"Witli Brass Band, Bells and. Fla-untlng Banners-
And we will not offer you goods bought at auction by inexperienced buyers that would be dear at any price. We do not have to unload. Our goods are seasonable and stylish.
Boots, Shoes and Slippers, and guarantee them ten per cent, less than any house in the city. We retail at wholesale prices.
We will offer you first-class new
Men's Calf Congress and Lace Seamless, $1.50 to $1.90. equal to
any $2.50 shoes in the city,
Men's AH Calf Seamless, fine, Button, Congress or Lace,
$2.50, superior to any $3.00 shoe sold in this market.
Men's English Waukenphast, Balmoral or Congress, seamless, $2.50
to $3.00, equal to any $3.50 or $4.50 shoe in the city.
Men's Working and Plow Shoes, 75c to $1.50. Do not fail to see
them before you buy.
Boys' Lace or Button Congress, all sizes, $1.00 to $1.50, no equal
in the city.
Youths' and Misses' Shoes in all varieties and prices to suit every
body. Children's Shoes, 25 cts. to $1.00
Ladies' Slippers, 10 cts. to $1.00
Ladies' Newports, 75 cts. to $1.25
Ladies' French Kid Hand-Turn, - - - $2.90 to $5.00
Superior to any $6.00 shoe in the city.
Ladies' Curacoa Kid, Hand-Turn, - - - $2.00 to $2.90
Ladies' Curacoa Kid and Dongola, - - - $1.50 to $2.00
Ladies' Fine Shoes, Balmoral or Button, - - $1.00
If you should need to have your buggy repaired and should employ a carpenter, you might expect a botched job, and it would be dear at any price. I
you want bargains in Boots and Shoes go to a house that has twenty years experience, and who can give you wholesale prices.
STARKEY & SC0W0EN, KELLY'S ARCADE, SPRINGFIELD, 0