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Sardines, 4 boxes for 25 cts.
Salmon, per can, - 15 cts.
Corn Beef, per can, - 15 cts.
Bottle Pickles, - - 10 cts.
Sweet Pickles, 3 doz. for 25c
Cucumber Pickles, doz., 5c.
Olives, - - 15c and 25c.
Picnic and Lunch Baskets, all
kinds, at either store.
91 ud 03 Wnt Main St. anil 40 South Mar
krt St., SprlnglUlit, O.
Flue All Wool, l.iKlit UVItjhL
llaltirircau, plain ami fane),
Splendid avxirtiuent of the &lne desira
ble goods. I'rleia lower than eer.
HATTER ASH FCRXISHER,
No. -" Knot Main ti-Mt.
S" AN'P KTEU Today the Springfield
n. mv i!ipi Lir alll Insert such "ads" as
it--...., . i A.. v.f H.nf " l-'nr s,.l "
etcln tils column oue time tree, three times
lortwenn ;-. - r-nls, ana sli limes forlutT
cent. THESra.8FIELD l'l'H.CO.
WAXTEl-To rent a house of flue or ill
room In good part ot town. Address.
"Renter." care Kiel sue omce 1 -Hi
"lirAXTEII s. good Oerman Klrl foreeneral
M housework In a small family. Address.
-Help." can- Riniuc oBce. lilt
"ITTASTEO-Mtnatlon to take care of hone
If and do Keneral work around the house, by
a touue marrle.1 man. ho understands nurses
audcows. and ceneral work about the houie
Address "J. II." Hli
liriNTEIl llrtt-class floor molders. Meady
II employment Cable road work. No strike
M Louis Malleable Iron Comany. St. Louis.
"lirASl Ell A situation bya well experienced
1 1 Enclish haker. Address.".- B.' St
Main street. !-
lirANTEU-Eood Klrl tor ceneral house
H work liood wacei. Ipplr at ITS south
l'luin turret. Uf
1lrXTEl Man -To take theacency ot our
II ate. slie. 2xlHls inches weliht. W
pounds, retail price. ST5. a rare chance to
create a permanent business In hli own city
or locality. These salesmeet a demand neer
before supplied by other safe rompanles. as
we are not Eoerned by the safe pool. Address
Alpine ate Co. Cincinnati. O. USayWiS
WANTEIi -Blackimlths-Apply at once to
I nited States Rollins Stock Co Vroana.
llfAVTED V house of from 6 to 10 moms
It sltuited near the rrnlral part of the city.
Address A. II. P- No. 13) south ellow s-prlnirs
ItTAXTEH-llorse A coo.1 work horse, about
l.luiorDU weluht. Sound and true to
work, slncle or double. John Oerman. 1 La
conda avenue. 1 h
r NTED-A Rood Ironer at the Arcade ho
tel. Apply immeaiaieiy.
TTAXTED-tllrl-Experlenced Klrl for itener
II al housework In a family of three. Apply
to 175 south prlnK street. ia
WANTEII A competent man to take care of
an old centlemrn. Must come well recom
mended. Apply at r.l east Main street lap
ITJANTEII All kinds of clothes wrtneers to
IF repair: called forand de:iered n-ders
by mail promptly attended to. S M Miller
V West Main.
AVTEll lilrl forteneral housework sood
wases. Ill N.Limestone st lifitf
WANTEU-Two Klrli-Cook and second Klrl.
at TTt south Market street. wtl
TITAMEli- A man of teuperate and moral
IF habits seekinK employment, to represent
an old established house In his own section
s-alarj 7d to 1J per inontli. Keferenees n
acted tin. Manufacturing House, 1C Rarclay
street. New York.
ANTED- flrst-cliss irirl to do ueneral
housework, at 23 east man street.
FORSVLE Two Houses One Ave room and
one (onr-room house; Kood cellars and out
bulldhiKs. l'leasaiit location. In'iulreon the
jiremiies. at 1W north l'lum street. l4a
FOR U.E-Choice family cow. calf by her
side Veryuentle. Address. Lok Boi Ml,
city. R.L llolman. Cedar Lan farm.ne
lullei north of Mirlncfield. on the I rtana
I'Olt LE One flrst-claas house in north
part of city. Flue, healthy location, with
lareelui For sale ati:Jl. Inquire at Viet
II Keller's. 31 Laconda aenue. lilt'
I'ORiULE Residence, of twelve or thirteen
rooms, contrally located: in an excellent
nelchborhood; within Bve minutes' walk ot
kelly's Arcade. Address, "House tor ale.'
Lock tKi tvi. City. itt
MONEY TO LOAN.
MOS KY TO Ln N In sums ot tv.i to liijm
tor one to live years, on first niortKWeor
approved commercial paper. Tbeo. A. Ick.
2 tail uiKii si. iito3-.i
IfONEY TO MMN Fora term of years at 7
JlL percent. John II. Johnson, corner Market
and HlKh streets.
MONEY TO LOAN-Inumsof ' to J7.&W.
on three to nve years time, on first mort
eoKC or approved commercial paper. iJeoree
11. Coles, room No. 1. Lanouda hank bulldluf.
IVOHKENT-Onesldeofa centrally located
business place. Watchmaker or a smsll
business where little room Is wanted. The
tore Is on Main street, between .Market and
Ltoiesione streets. Address. "Home." Ihls
OR KENT House of tru n o ns. In perfect
condition. No. 4 East Cmumlila street.
Apply lo ! II. Kulisam. lJiam
'01 NU Palrof shoes. Saturday evening, in
' ....rL-i uwuercau have sam bv Inquir
ing ! VV II Midcrson stand .No SB. west
Mde market It
IOsT- Two "Arioii" singing books Lost on
i either Center. Jefferson or Market streets.
Under will Please leave at the Arcade book
It N furnish Um Industrious ladles with
permanent lucrative employment. No fraud
..rhumbuiT. Hundreds of testimonials from
ladles made Independent through this work
Mrs 11 K Little. Chicago. III. Uvms
. i ,. lr.li ill ladies'. IfCIlLs' aild IlllSstV
lisle gloves, at the 0 and luc sUire, Arcade.
5-tc :i tiL .. . , . ... .
ThKttfntloii if the la..lt i Cillttl t
tline ery uieliil arlirl--. rr tnttiy
M the mtkrs are ry unttlifurtiir -n.U
Wtlit-rcuii up or cii apart Hie
ROYAL DRESS SHIELDS
Vreerj muciilietti rthan tlieordiuarj
kind lir lasperliass.M Ins make for
scleral ears and Hies an- superior "'
Very I.liclitand lluralilc.
Will Xot Tiirl Vi.
Will Not Come Apart.
.Not inerledli) Iriilratlmi.
Have three sic -IV . and -;il'air
CASPER'S Drug Store,
ri.hnr'sllloek. MloMr-I..M lloor InI
Mr. lriiiK l.liixm, of IjiihIoii. ii hi the
Mr. KoU-rl "i.iinn;. of 1'ilniu, is in tin-
Mi-s Viola l"o wi'iit In Xenii lliisnftei
tiooii. Mai. 1'ifiT. of Xeiii.i, is in the utj on
Mr. Frank .IoIiiimiii left tola) fm Maun
OMr. Frank Fnlletbui left tliisinoriiiiiK for
FL Wa)iie. Ind.
Mrs. Ir. .1. M. Harris. of Yellow Splint's,
was in thecit) tola).
Miss Itaniett ami Miss l.il. Ilarin-it, of
1'rluiia. are at the Arcade.
l'niseeiitiiic Attorney .1. . Dean, of
lireene count). Is in the cit.
Mr. Otto Wool left this uioriiiiii: la the
I'an Handle for riulaiVpltia.
Hon. (Seorce ('. Kaw litis went oer to
(Vluuilius tola. on Inisiness.
Mr. I. IL Hosteniian left this liiorniiiK
for Omaha. i.i the I lee Line.
Mr. A. 1- Hilinilire), of the Yellow
Srimr Ifii'ieir. was in thecit) this iiiurii
Ing. Auditor Sen us went to Cleeliud tola)
to assist in appraisine the N. Y I'. A O.
Mr Charlie Haines. traeliin; iiasseiiKer
atentof the Tan Handle, was in town this
Miss (J.sirjria II.i)ner,of noith l.nin-lone
street, left this inoniiiiK for an et '1111111
Lsit to Cincinnati.
Mis Minnie Mai tin. Clifton and me
streets, left this inorn'm to visit relatiies
and friend 111 Troy.
Misses Maggie aiul Jessie
Iissi Dunlin w ill
1 Oil I
spend the summer at Iheir former home
The old and new imlke olhcers will dull
tonight and tumoirovv iiicltt In the Hnckeve
..',,1. r..., In i.ri.nimlioi. for the Memorial
Twooar loulsof people went to Da) ton
this iiioriiiug 011 the excursion of the I ji
dies' Missionar) snoiely of tlie First l"ns
Mis. I. Fr). who has Ihs-ii seiidiug the
wittier with her daughter. Mis. Allien Cal-
leiuler. of west IlighstrccL has returned to
her home to Hillslsiro. O
HAS STKI rk THK I.KAH IX
$5, $6 AND $7
COME AND CONVINCE YOUflSELF
:t!l Kast Main Street.
Almut 100,0(111 Ntnv Itrickileliv
erel by oars on the 1. It. W. It.
It. Applj- at once tn
E. W. ROSS &u CO.,
Itoniuan Hlut L, Main St.
AT LOWER PRICES
The prices at which we will sell all grades of footwear during the coming week will be lower
by 30 to 50 per cent, than same qualities have ever before been offered in Spring
field. Our great stock, large variety and exquisite styles are not
excelled by any house in Central Ohio.
Ladies' Serge Congress and Polish.
Ladies' Goat and Kid Button Shoes,
Ladies' Curacoa Kid Button, Flexible Soles, -Ladies'
Pebble Goat, Button, Flexible Soles,
Ladies' Glazed Dongola. Button, Flexible Soles,
Ladies' Curacoa Kid, hand turned, opera and common
sense lasts, .... 2.50
Ladies' best Curacoa Kid, Flexible Soles. French heels, 3.00
Ladies' Genuine French Kid, hand turned, button. 4.50
Ladies' Slippers, all styles, 30c, 40c, 50c. 75c and 1.00
26 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
isro. 25 east iAiisr st.
..',-. I-1 ft.
Mrs lr VcVainus, of Chesaieake, Mil.,
Is the ie. of friends 111 the city.
Mr.. il;n.irii John gat' a er) deliKht
fnl pioKressue euchre party last iiiuht, at
her tesidence on west Mnllierry ilieet.
Mxiut Unit) of her trieuiN weie 111 attend
Mr. 1!. S. Iooker has returned fioin
New York, where he has liei'ii sick fur the
past two weeks. He sold his sewiiiK ma
chine pitcut to the lonHstic couipanx for
a lnC price.
(ieorKe Cillospte was ;irrcsted last
niKlit lor kno-kiiit- down a woman. ,
He was irleastsl on J'JI hall. He
laims lli.it the woman was almul to strike
him with a hilcliet.
Alter its prohienade couicit at Monu
ment -iiiare, last llk'lit. the Cliamuon I'll)
hand Kae Messis. Harris and ll.iinl, the
new pmpiietors of the l.aKOnd.1 house, a
ei) pleaiaut seicnade.
I'li-sident T. .I. Kiikp.itiick, of Hie l,. A.
W., .loiimpauiiil h) his wife and little
daiiKhler, ILi'el, returned tlii-. momliiK
limn sL lniis, whete the captain was last
I'rida) eleelisl president of the I.e.iKtie of
(Viiiiiiander ( ('. Velsi.n, nf Lewis mis.
No. ."'.47, (i. A. It., has issued two orders to
the romr.idos. Order No. 1 states that the
.1111111.il sermon to the !. A. It. will lie de
Inereil at the First M. K. church. net Sali
liath niorniiiK. I') Comrade F. IS. Mitchell,
of piiiKliclit. That all uiemlicis aie re
Hiiesldl to meet at lieadipi irters al 'J:4. a.
111 on that day to march in a IhhI) to Hie
clmicd Xenia CitzttH:
Hpnial .Mr. line or Hit. 41, I . It., K.ol I.
Theie will lie a spivial Inisiness and drill
iiieetim; at the armory ot Champion City
diiismn. No. 44, I'. IL, K. of I'., tomorrow
iFrid.i)) etenliiK. Ma) 2. at 7..:d.
As there will lie matters of great imiNirt-
ance hroiiKht up it is necessary that eeiy
Sir Knight lie in attendance.
Iljnnlernf W. 1.. I.rtfi:i.
Sir KuiKht ( ouiuiauiler.
C. O. II11 low.
Sir Knight Heeorder.
Theim cent store will tie losed at ii
o'clo'k p. m. throiiKli the slimmer months,
ecept Monda)s and Satmda)s.
I F. ()i Us, 1'rop.
The election for delegates to the comen
tion on the '-loth, resulted in the selection of
the followliiK nauieil getitleiueii as dele
i;at.s: .1. C. Williams. II. Ned, .1. M. Ilofla,
, II. II. Youni. II. M.Motre. lien l)ais, F.
II. Moorehead, l'oinroy Mitchell, .1. N.
, Wiley, Thomas SwanKer and It. II. Kan-
j nelles. They will stay bj Taj lor to the last.
mil are uupieiiKni to any oiuer caiiiiiuaie,
, . 1 .. 111 wori .,r wiateer seems l'st for
j the part), regardless of personal faiorit-
Inn. The township educational mass -
I meeung. neiu ai me sew v.arnic camp
I I .,..1... 1-. .. I......I. .,
KIOUlllls, Oil Oa.lllliat ML HS laiKCll Bl"
tended. Tne board of education met at the
same ilaei'. and made a lev) of Sll.lnx) for
. schod purisis.-s. A new school-house. In
the vtllageof Meiluay. was ordered lo be
! OUIII- the cause ol eilllcalloli is
a flourishing condition in this township
Our churches are making extensive prepar
ations for Hie observants? of Children's da)
next Sabbath. The111e1110ri.il services will
Ik held lit the Fresh) teriait church . The
Cht) sist. IS. A. IL, are preparing lo duly
observe Decoration day Mr. i.eorge
riiomas, son of Mr. (icorge D. Thomas,
agul 17 ) ears, dteil last Moinla) and was
inteireil Wednesday af let noon in our beau-
tifnl i-eineterj 1 he fiiueml serx'tivs weie
coiidtiiteil b) the Hex. I. ad. lis in the M. V
cliuti Ii The uiavor apmlnleil Samuel
Hamlet, .1. I. Station!. I" C. Miller, V. II
I Nell and Miratti Hester, trustees of the gas
'well business. They will locate the w ell
and contiact for the boring of the well at
once Mr. Win. Stnekstill is ere Hug a
new house- line, that is to be a lieanty and
a molel fot convenience The LO. O. r.
have jK-rchaseil new paraphernalia and will
come nut in gol st)le on Decoration da),
j What a truly beautiful world we live In
N'ature gives in grandeur of mountains.
glens and oceans, and thousands of means
of eiijinitieiiL We can desire no better
when in iierlcct health; but bow often do
, the majority of people feel like giving it up
disheartened, discouraged and wont out
w ith disease, w hen there is no occasion for
this fivling. as every sufferer can easily oli-
tain satisfactory proif, that (ireeit's August
Flower, will make them free from disease,
as when Imni. Dystiepsia and liver com-
plaint are the direct causes of seventy-live
iMTCenLof such maladies as biliousness,
indigestion, sick headache, cosHveness, tier-
voin prostration, diHiness of the head, pal-
pttation of the heart, and other distressing
symptoms. Three doses of August Flower
will prove its wonderful effecL Sample
iM.ttlcs. 10c Try it.
Dynamite was used near a prohibition
uio'ting al Springfield, Tenn., with intent
either to frighten or hurt.
A lug job in
hosiery at the 1 and Hie
i.curral es Noti-s Tlit Wootli uti
(' isii) timl Ihr I. II. A W .- Hit-
tiru.uilrntion s, b nif.
The Lake File and Western have le
siiinei! the sale of l.Uiiu mile tickets, with a
limit of one )ear
K.isteni tratel is not )et in till! Iilooui
The day trains lictweui Ciuciuu.iti and
New York are liuht.
Two tiains will leaie SpriiiKtield at 7 a.
111. tomorrow w.i Hie I It A W. fur K.ins.is
I'll). Dttawa, Kansas, and all points west.
The lniliauaiolis, hsatiir and s,prnir.
li..I.I rikiiil ufisjilil III Wu V.irL tislcnUv
fnr s;iHi.ihiu .to the iNiiidhiilden' comuiil
Master Mechanic I'orter. of Sauditkv.
hunk in the I It. A W telegraph oilh e
wheii in the ell). He ptelen it to the
Frank Davis, for so manv )earsacletk
lit the Hee Line freight dcpuiliucnt. lett
this tiiorutiig for his new home 111 Winlield.
The I. II A W. will tun a speci tl Main
tomonow morning to tiilawa Kansas, to
accommodate the Duukatils who have .1
meeting there next week
Thetadio.nl comuiissiniiei's reiuitts lor
lui'i. which wilt Ik isstttsl S4MIU. will tie
ver) voluminous, istut.ttnmg almttt son
pages twice as mm Ii as the reHittof lss"i.
rtigineiu. Lit A XV.. is still 111 tin
SpiiuglicM touiiil house She is tlie sin.il
lest on the road as well asoueol (he oldest,
and creates considerable attention when on
Since commissions have Ih-cii alulishtsl
to passenger agents, the) do not seem to
slum vet) much indiireience 111 the sale of
tickets or the whooping up of business.
Their salai) goes on ami the agents in this
city are working hard.
C. XV. ralttiauLs. geiieial solicitor of the
1. II A W.. passed through the cttv this
morning lor the ea-.t, vvlM'te he goes to aid
in putting 011 the blushing touches to the
C. S. A- C, the I. It. A W. and the Ohio
Southern consolidation scheme.
Freight business tin all the roads is very
Unlet. I he cause seems to he a general
stagnation in business, brought .iIhmii bv
the new inter-state coiuiuvrce law. which
has knocked confidence of shippers and
dealers alike higher than a kite.
Yantiuaster Carney has his otllce on
wheels, and since Ihe new I. I!. A XV.
yards have incieased the territory be has
to cover, it is thought that the reserve en
ginc. No. 111. will lie used to null his car
over the yards, which extend oier several )ears Washington iiirresKilident of the
nulesof track. . Cincinnati Coinnittil.t.
Considerable rivalry exists among the ex-' The blast furnace men of the Mahoning
press companies, there now- tieing plenty of and Shenango valleys and the Wheeling
coiuiietitidn. Theoflices are nev er closed, and I'ittsburg districLs iinanintousl) lie
either day fir night, as was the ease in the maud a rcditt Hon of the price of coke after
da)sof the Static, when Hie) closed tip In .lime I from Situ SI . SO per ton Thisile
go lo dinner. Hiistness is business, and is maud ma) bleak the strike.
I liel) with all the eoiupauies. Tlie r ne
sent a package to Tro) )escnlay, ia Djj
i ton, and lieat the Stales oer the I. II. A
1 W., dirtrL h) twent) minutes.
! The relations betwien the WoHlrull
, "sleeping Cai eomiiaii) and the I. II. A W.,
are somewhat strained. A few months ago,
1 at the urgent reijnest of the I. It. A. V.,
iiirsn-i'i);iniHmiaiij imiu nrmL m-
, ir.nl .I'.Milttlint lull nr t.i phi, lut........ ..!
h v"n ui ui- up iiiii i.ihit 1
(iimhus and I'eoria. It is now claimed b)
the WoMlrnff folks that the I. IS. A XV. are
running their own free chatr-c.irs, which
killsthebitsinessth.it would otherwise go
to the combination cars.
"The Indiana, ltloiuiiiiKtonanil Wcstfru
tram which comes in here 111 thealternoiu.
was late )estenlav, as has been the case for
several il.i)s. I oltimlnts Joiinnil.
The .Imirmil man is a little off in this
Item this train. No. s. was tlnrt)-hve
minutes late on the day referred to, caused
(. engine lis jumping the ttack 111 the
Siirimrheld vanls. With hut one other e-
'ception on Ma) Is when No. s was three
minutes late- it has gone into the Cobim-
1 bus dei-nt on time for many weeks.
, A '!-) ear-old daughter of Samuel Freen
died l-riilay last of measles, altera few
' hours illness liautel rnremati and wife.
of llrndford .lunction, visited relatives Uere
last week Ihermometers regtstereil t'U
degrees in the shade Suinla) Ihe siti-
jkt given bv the I nion Sundav schoil Sat-
'unlav evening was a tmancial stic(.-ss
, Ihe Kepuhlican primary was well attended
satunla) .lames Walliugsfonl, IVler
Sour, W II am! Simon Haker, wereelecled
I delegates. The setter-lip of a stale ticket
got left The I'niversalist Sunday school
at Jacksonville has Iks-ii advised lo join the
' I nion Sunday school and give tip their or-
Kanizaiion ine i.eiornteii citiirtli vvouiii
I not hold all the people Sunday night who
turiiisl out to he.ir Kev. Dr. Tavlor
Frequent expressions are made by
' Democrats in favor of liensiniis m
reliel soldiers, and that they are "tuoie
lo)al than any that wore Hie blue
Tlie attendance at Stiuda) sthod at the
liefnniml church was 75, at the I'uioti 7'.i,
at Sun's cIuik-I 4-.'. last Suiida) ...J. II.
Foreman is doing a land office business
' putting up new wagons this season, liesjdes
regular blacksmith business . The
l.ouu .Mite nam! nave rcorgaiitcti
and now practice ever week T he .limes
iiMnrisi.iiiMMTiiisii i iinumi
:.,,...... ..I I l. . . I. I I . I .r.
iitpiiiiieria .rs. i. .1. ii.,use is visiung
relatives in Kansas Decoration day set-
vices will Ik held here Monday. Hon. C
M. Nichols will deliver Ihe address at half-
past one o'clock. Fver)lHKl) is invited.
THAU EVER NAMED !
Men's Canvas Shoes,
Men's Working Shoes.
Men s Two Buckle Plow Shoes. -
Men's Seamless Congress Shoes,
Men's Button. Lace or Congress Dress Shoes,
Men's Genuine Kangaroo Shoes, high or low cut.
Men's Low Cut Shoes, all styles, $1 to
Men's Calf Boots,
Boys' Lace and Buckle Shoes, $1 to -
"VT'LlsTT TO SAVE IkrOHSTEY,
Al SLIPPERS III
"IHLNLWS IN BHILf.
l'loiiet was unalile to form a French
lahinet, and Fietcinet has again Ih-cii
Austria is making etensne uulitar)
preparalions, incliidiug preparing the rail
w a) s.
second esamiuation ot I'mue Fled
en -k William's thioat coucltisiel) proel
th.it the trotihle is not cancerous, nor seri
ous. ( h.miN-i l.iui expresses fetirof theilefe.it
of the go eminent on its Irish pohc)
(.as has licen struck at I.oirftn. o
The estimated loss from the Celtic llnt
.uinie collision is Si'ii,iMHi.
I he wluneis 01 islnesil i s races were
War Mgn. Cruiser Clarion. .Luobin and
i,ueinor Koraker is eoiilimil to Ills home
in Coiiimlms. on account of klikuess.
Attempts hae Ix-en made to hlow up the
ris-idence of Mrs. Itiche), in Yinceiines.
I ii.l . with d)iiamite. Mrs. II. lues alone
Willi her seenleeii )ear old son
At I'moii I'ltv. O.. How Hung iniiriieied
his nephew. Chang l.ung, with a h.Uchi t,
and when discoierisl cut his own thio.it
with .1 dagger It was the result of a
The Lawience ami the Sew liiightou .uid
Nev Castle railioads. two small lines 11m
nliig through the Mahoning Valle). haie
lus u coiisolidale.1. with a capital slc-I, of
The eil) of Charleston. W ,1 aftc
one)cnrol prolnhuioit. h.tsretiiiiusl tohfgh
liceiist', .0 eoiding to stale law passisl h) Ihe
last legislature The license was as high as
ler sewn huudiisl I'mploji-s of the
Hall's S.iTe and Lo k eomptnv. Cim tunati,
struck lxs'iuise of ,1 failure til the compaii)
to gntnt a demand for reduction of hours
from ten to tune hunts nud an increase
llase hall thletif ". Cincinnati 4 M.
Louis 111. Mels'.: I isMlle.',. llloikl)li 4
It.tltiniore i:i, Cleveland 7. Huston 4, Chi
cago i. kroit l', ColiimhiisO Wheeling ti,
Maiisheld 4" Kalamazoo i, anesville 1.
The IlidianaiKilis, Deealur ami Spring
field railroad has lieen sold under forei'los
ere for SiV.n.luin. the purchaser U-ing Mr.
,1 l. 1'rohst, teiresentiug the reorganiza
tion committee of the stsnud-iuortgige
llouier.l. ILuusilell. a newstiajHT corre
sHiudetit of national repute, died at his
home in Washington, lieiug stricken with
aipley. He was at one time for several
Ci:i I mii-oi is. May -U. Al. (Sarlougb is
the tectpient of a line son d'eo. Filler's
daughter's health is improving somewhat.
She has lieen afflicted with tn indolent ale
scoss for some time past . Mr. Claud Col
lier, of the city, called at II. II. Johnston's
last week Mr. Tavlor. of Xeuia, calhsl
on the Fierce l!mthers Sabbath. Win
1'ieree is verv much afflicted at thetiresetit.
.Kev Italic), of Clifton, will preat h at
Hutu'wcll schoil house next Sabbath after
iioiii at 4 o'clock The caucus was well
alteudisl Saturdav night, and inen of large
uitiids and giHKl loiks were elected as tlcle
gales. We are Foraker There comes a
1 testing time 111 the history of all evenL-
lit come to the praver meeting
atKtuor) chattel. The leader
having charge of tlie meeting gave
tliPnl up for lack of help, but another has
taken bold and last Moiul.n evening the
imvling went off with a vim. May the
Lord (Sol of Israel ever guide thee
T'eai hers' meeting at Kuior) this (Frida) i
evening. This is a new departure for that
school, and we are glad In see
it. though we ma) not lie per
mitted to take part in ihem
The death of .John C. Wheeler o-curred
this (Tuesila) 1 morning at his hot
Lyons count). Kansas, where he moved
some yea.st ago from lireene Uiwnship.
The cause of death was measles. After
settling liim-elf in Kansas he returned :
Ohm and married the daughter of Mr. Kph
Nnnaiuaker. a prominent brick-la) er o
Springfield, and with her he relumed
to Kansas, and with united efforts had got-
ten unUi Ihetiiselves a nice little fotttme in
the w a) of land, so much s,, that he bad
retinsl from farming, as the rent of his
farms was a large nit ome to him. He leaves
'a wife and two children to mourn his loss.
Mr. I D. Wheeler, a brother, and Mrs.
, Nunamaker, the mother of the bereft wire.
' left this Tuesila) to attend the funeral.
'Ihe wife has thes)inpath) of Imr and his
I Handsome line of rihtnuis and handler
chiefs just received al the and IUc store.
Home, sweet home. Nothing like having
a home to go to. The New Home and tin
New White Sewing machines can he bought
at reasonable terms at Sit east Main street.
William Thornton, general agent.
Dr. T. F. Itliss, e)e and earsurgeon. 'J;i
wlWt Main streeL K)e.s htte.1 with glavs..
Five hundred dozens ladies, gents' and
misses' hose, all great bargains, at the "i
I and IUc store. Arcade.
3STO. 15 WEST 3MlA.:e:ET ST.
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Tviii3ivj::3i:n.s of the:
GRAND MY MF THE REPUBLIC
As an evidence of our appreciation of the large and generous pat
ronage extended us by the members of the local posts, we make the
following offer: Any member of Mitchell Post. No. 45. who will, be
tween today and next Saturday night, bring us a letter from the
Post Commander, saying the comrade's financial condition requires
it. we will sell a GENUINE
WITH CIIAiSfiK OF III TT ".. l'OIC
SIX DOLLARS AND A HALF.
Our price on this suit is $8.50. and the price elsewhere is $10, but we
want to see every member of the Post provided with a uniform of good ma
terial, and the less fortunately situated ones, to be on a par with the others.
This offer holds good only until Saturday night, the 28th inst.. and
only when accompanied by a letter from the Post Commander.
THE LONDON CLOTHING CO.,
29 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET.
hip, M) .'i The lawn fete given b
the ladies of the M K. chtin It at U in I'
Hills last S.iturda) night was one of the
most successful ever given here, the receipts
lieing MM. The ladles are to lie congratu
lated Uioii the excellent manner in which
ever) part of Hit programme was conduct
ed. A pait of the exercises which was es
mci.iIIv entertaining was the instrumental
music furiiishisl bv .1. K Atlij and faiinlv
Mr Joseph Krvin .unto K Allen, of
Catawba, this cuitntv, were bete taking in
the lawn Icte s.itiudav night The pn
tnarv election of delcralesto the republican
tniuitv convention last .iturda vvastuote
exciting than Usual and resulted in the elec
tion of o. V. Scrviss iMcgatcs. This
township could not alford to go back on out
of lit r houoiisl cilicns Dr. I XV. Ilild
win. of ,-lbivv springs, o, m com
pan) with Ilev. A. Hamilton, was in
town Sunday atternooti tending religious
serv lies in the .M. K. church Mrs. Win.
Haker. of near lroj O.vv.isthe guest of
her sister Mis Halite I'litidaU'rg. ol east
l'le.ls.int street Sunda) Frank I'oke. ol
.Mtdw.iv. Ibis count). w.i visiting his
daughter Mrs T. .1 .Moiitgoiuerv over Sun
daj Mr Krank Hansom and wife, of
.SpiiuglicM. O. sH-ut Sitml.iv vvilh his
mother and stater of this pine Mart
Crist and wit . of south ot Knon, vvcre the
guests of her brother Mr John Collier "sun
day Mr Hoover and wife, of Maiioit.
.Montgoiner coiiutv- . are the guests of
his sister .Mrs. llarduiau. of this
place Quite a number of our voiing
IMsiple were in .iltcud.UKe at the llelhel
township school mass meeting Saturd.i).
MOST PERFECT MADE
r. hml with ctri t tvjrsnl t Viintj. Mrfiu't..
11 II. iliUulm-'.-.. lr lTi'f 4 ihf onlr I1A
r I .M.lrr ll.at nu i . At jIim a I ili (
Vr I'rui tsl- r' V am U 1 fnistfi rtt
p ,7lf BAKING POiVDlR CO . Ckmjo aJ St louis I
On North Limestone and Cecil
Streets and Northern ave
nue, in Tier's Addition
to the city.
Opt ions on Slocks A: Howls
PITS. CMLI.st.KTC i SKCIALTY I
u.iirniM.iE-iiii.i i.o-iuisi,,, KitrrlliUI
lion. ,, utitur Crump, l'ric . post paid I
Table olriuitfiils m itlfil frre Kvtry snecu j
WitontiouM rei'l and stmlv tbli luteresllnic
work. I!. W. tOMi.B U'M.
mi Kxrhanifr PUri nwork
Will rinil just w hat ttiry rifisj A FULL LtN
OF INSTALMENT GOODS "old mill ti
l" INSTALMENTTHADE, by aiUn-sslug
ISsTALMkNT 111 LIK M ltL Co.. I rif IV
I vJ . I
I KAtURAL FRUIT
HUFFMAN S RICHTER,
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES.
No. 31 East Main Street.
IODIDE OF POTASSIUM,
Cures all disease.-; arising from an impure state or low con
dition of the blood. Spring is the most favorable
time to use it. 100 doses for one dollar.
JOHN K WILSON,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
'! AX 1 K.ST MA IX ST., iXei' Mad Hirer Xal. Hani),
Ke oprneil Saturday, March .", 1SS7, with sj'eiial iin
portations oHicst clasH ami latest styles or yooils, increa-vci!
r.tcilities in floorxpacts IishtiiiL ttc. I am trontlileitt of abil
ity to sivu Iwtter sallslartioii even than at any time dnriiit
the leu years ol my Inisiness experience in prini;lt0ld. In
Ihe I'litiir, as in the past, I shall sire my personal Miipr
vision to oery branch or the business, anil will continue to
to sell goods by Ihe piece or pattern, whether made up at my
house or elsewhere. Asking a continuance or your patron
age, I itin Yours respectfully,
If you intend buying a Bicycle or Tricycle, seethe
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AliU VIL I Uni
iw mm m 0 sT sT
tl. la.i .W.....I..J ..:..! ... t . ..
ne ucoi, i,iict(jc5ictiiu cttMcsi running wneeis in tne mar-
ket. Second hand wheels taken in trade for new wheels.
'L. F. OLDS C BRO.,
NO. 8 WEST MAIN STREET.
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