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HUILUS IMEKEI PRICES
LIjM Far Derbys, $1.60, $2.e,
$2.50 ui 3.
EST VALUES ever OFFERED.
Mala St. Hatter is Finhhr.
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AXTED-SlMmea to ell nunerr itotk,
Fell line ot new and valuable specialties.
fifM.vm'niAYfnnt &t fired salaries and ec
censes, or commlMlon Address, clvlac ace
and reference. KaT Brothers, anrjerimen,
.Rochester. X.V. tSi-"
W.TEI-A0ESTS-At ftnee. rellaNe and
per day. Onlrroodmenapp!T.between9 and
S-19s.m at room S4. Lagonda Home. lSbT.
j.jiwwhi n 4tanri us iniuvi iiuui u au vsw
nrANTED-Safesman-Can add Al line; one
IF azent earneawjw. oiet "t,.,".r""
Small samples. P.O.
box 1371. New
AXTEIV-Tbres boneft, poshlnc men In
TV your vlclniw. special InducemenU now:
don't delay: i
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r from start.
r. 'Vnnu.miien. Rochester. JJ. . wsmr-
hinds and DOllahers.
Oood dit and steady employment. SO
H t rti j3t..'linlattM.O. 1"
WASTED-A reliable man to represent onr
nurseries In this ""SviJo'lh'JLs
permanent. Chas. H.Stuart COy nursery
roen. Sewark. New York, established 1KB.
TTTANTED-lan-Totake theaceney of onr
W safes: slie. 29x15x18 Inches, wet eht. sou
pounds; retail price, $35: a ,rutIJnn".,"
create a permanent buMness In his oV
or locality. These safes ipeet a demand never
betore supplied by other safe companies, as
we are not coremed by the safe pooL Address
Alpine Safe Co. Cincinnati. O. IgUyWAb
WANTED-10.000 lady acents at oncer en
tirely new undergarment: outfit free,
conditionally. Aeents arerare W to fa) daily
so can youl AU about It tue-! Mrs H. F.
Little. 3o Lakeside bulldtne. Chicago. 111.
TiTASTED All kinds of clothes wringers to
W repaln called lor and .delivered; o'ders
by tnall promptly aitenoea vo.
I West Main.
JW-. tnrw cor i m.ii nNr. Tnoulre of J,
jvtl. J B.Ilanseth.at Hohl Jk Lyon's.cornerMaln
.Vll ,ni) renter streets. t o
jaA Center streets.
FOR SALE-A good cow with ealf. Address
or call onL. Tlshberger. Cedar avenue.
FOR. SU.E Bed room set. spring, mattress,
book case, extentlon table.gaaollne stove.
6-cal. oil tank, chairs, window blinds, carpets.
,.. ri, m.ttinv. not, cans. tuns, ana
numerous other household arttcleae These ar
ticles are almost new. nanna ",su.'
within the last three month. IaqUlreS t
cor. Pleasant treet and Linden avenue. laJ
FOR s LE A fine cabinet grand piano, for
half price, as parties are soofl to leave the
city and most sell. Inquire at Vim. A. Fay .
Cooper avenue. 1Bn
TOR S ILE Sewing machine; new: beaatltnl
X ly finished; five drawers. Forles than half
ltcot Call at 196 south Center street 132U
FIR REXT FurnUhed and unfurnished
room at iW et Main ltreet 1M
TOR REST Large store room.
Rent low. T.
TVOR REXT Three or four good rooin.suit
J? able for small family. Inquire ot Thomas
"" MONEYTO LOAN.
arnVKVTO I.nvV-In umiof $500 to 17100.
ill en three to fiveyears' time, on first mort-
eage or approved commercial pper.
Cole. room Xo.L Laconda bank building.
AdminUra fir's Xotice.
VTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
J.V nan been duly appointed and qualified as
administrator ot the estate of Kllen Loney.
late of risrk county. Ohio, deceased.
lM-bTn JOHN LONEY.
1. B. W.
ESS' On account of the annual meeting or the
r - Xttional EducaUonal.Associatlon at Chl-
J cago, the I. B. t W. will sell excursion
. i 'tickets front July 5 to 13. inclusive, and
i ' good returning until the 16th, at one fare
' for the round trip. Further extension of
f time can be obtained If desired. The L B.
" A W. tralu leaves Springfield for Chicago
j t K.i.in. m. and 7 a. m.. arriving In Chi
cago at T.tW a. m. and 0S0 p. tn., respect
ively. Both trains make much better time
than any other line lu Chicago.
,. UIID IUI
;jZmStt, flnfl lot
Just received another lnolce of those line
'AlmonCs, which hai jcleu such attfacllon.
Kirat Jordan llmond?,
TasllLa Jordan Atniomio,
Rre Jul dan Almond;,
ChoeUle Jordan Almonds,
t the low price of 5e per ounce ; IV 'i lb;,
. ilbi JOc pc lb. Thew are the Yale make
and very superior. Juit the article for turn
oer use to allay thirst and please the pal ue.
CASPER'S Drug Store,
VlahafsBloek. Mln8trt,Sd Uoot West
-A. ten-jear-old boy. named Tlicmiwoiu
livtn g on the north stdn, was drowned at
Cold SprinRS late this afternoon. He ac
companled the St Kaphl excursion to
day. LOCAL BREVITIES.
I). A- Walter, ot Flndlay, Is hi the tlty
Mr. J. Dann, of Sidney, Is In town on
ITesMent D. A. LonoT Ahtloch college.
Is in town.
Mr. O. W. Kneisley, of Dajtou. U in
ilr. C. U Newton, of Cleveland, ! In
the, city today.
Regnlar meilng of Mitchell post Xn. 4S,
0. A. R.. tonight "t
MtssXettie,ilcClnr,ot Xenla, is the
guest ot Springfield friends.
Miss Laura M. Lankford. of Clifton ave
nue, is visiting friends in Missouri.
Mr. George-Bailey, of Georgetown, Kyr,
will shortly open a coal office in this city.
Messrs, W. H,
Taylor and B. IL " -
nell. of Xew Carlisle, are In the city today.
The Trinity Baptist and Free-will Baptist
churches and Sunday schools are plcnicing
at Ludlow Falls, today.
Miss Anna Duke left this morning for
Chicago, Indianapolis and other points to
spend she summer.
A. T. Belott, lineman of the 8. l. T ,
has been called to the bedside of his
brother, lu Darke county.
Last week was the largest week's busi
ness ever done In this city bv the Spring
field District Telegraph company.
Mr. Samuel Ross, lost freight claim agent
of the Fan Handle, with headquarters in
Columbus, is In the city today.
The night clerk at the Laeouda housa Ls
writing a story entitled "The Cowboy's
Xap; or Stretched on Eight Chairs."
The popular "Big Six band, of Spring
field, is furnishing the music for the re
union at the home. Xenla TbreMi'j'it
Misses IJIllau and Laura Harnett, of
Urliana, are in the city today to attend Miss
Fannie Winger's reception this evening.
"Mrs. Marj WilHims ml
Xelson lefty esterday for Columl
liuuui uai -
tern! the Ohio State Music Teachers' asso
Mrs. Dr. W. C. BrinkerhofT (nee Minnie
W. Gflsinger.) of Sandusky, is the guest of
Mrs. K. A. Bjrd, of 242 west Columbia
At a congregational meeting of the Sec
ond Baptist church last night Messrs.
Charles D. Swayn and Iuiuel dones were
John Itolfes, the accommodating chief
clerk at the oflice of the Springfield Dis
trict Telegraph office, is ill at his home,.
Xo. 204 east Main street
MLss Mattie E. Guy, formerly a teacher
in the public schools of this city, will teach
during the coming year in the public,
schools of Memphis, Teun. I
Mr I. 0. Housen and bride, ne Vance,
- .. ,. iu-)uiiHTtuuiDt.iii, uiiriau.rr. . rt.uiv-
returned last evening from Fortsmouth, O. ' tcr Iniranee company. New York; I'eo
They were married at the bride's parent's ' pic's Insurance company. Manchester, X.
residence, yesterday morning. j II ; German Insurance compiny. Feoria,
Mr.T.M.Gt.genheim Is improved'after " ?JTJ?tl "' l,,M,ru,0,'
. . , ., . ... , ., 1 company, .New tork.
a slight indisposition which caused him to
remain at home for the past few day s. He Mr.r.J. lijnii
returned to business again today. Is one of the leading general dealers of this
George Hill and Jennie Simpson were portion of the state. In the liest of line Hour
caught together in a shanty in Walnut alley ' "t" iT V ,Ia(1,,b,,'r"
,,... . , , . , , . ness on honor and who is a credit to the
last night and arrested and locked up by trade in every resp.L He has a very high
the police on the charge of loitering. reputation, and is one of the very few w ho
Five carloads of excursionists "took In" tase an honest pride in dealing with all cus
the High street M. F church excursion to tomers In the most honorable maimer, lie
Dayton and the Soldier.' Home this mom-,' li ""f'T andII1y Uv"nWi ,kTm"' a"d h
- ' f.iinlisl in- nil f ri.. lyiiiiiniin Hi uirvupiiM as
log. It was a delightfully jolly party.
Mr. J. M. Smith retires trnni the Smith
soap works today. He has been connected
with the hrm for 22 years.' The business
w,lll be continued by Captain Mark A.
t Messrs. John Good and Bert Keece have
purchased the flowers and outfit of Mac
beth Brotners, florists and will remove
them to their new grounds on north Lime
Jlr. Charles Kepler, who has been em
ployed for some weeks as conductor of a
palace sleeper running from this city to
Chicago, has been given a permanent run
between Cincinnati and Xew Orleans,
i Miss Mary Kiley died of consumption at
her home on Madison av enue, y esterday
afternoon, after several months Illness.
Interment Friday. 2 p. in., at St. Raphael's
Deceased was formerly of Lon-
At no time this season has aliveiier, hap-I
pier party of excursionists left tlie city than
composed the crow d which went to Cold
Springs this morning. It was composed
of aliout 400 pupils of the Catholic schools
of the city, and n as under the competent
c laperonage of Kev. Father . II. Sidley
rrofessor T. II. Foley, superintendent of
penmanship and drawing in the public
schools of Sidney. Fiqna and Troy, has
, ,., , ., , . , , . , ,
been visiting relatives in this city for a few
ilays past. ' He leaves for a trip to the great
lakes and the northwest, and will return In
'September to resume his duties as above
The degree of Doctor of Divinity was be
stowed on Itev. A. L. Wilkinson, of the
First Baptist church, in this city, by the
authorities of Denulson university, at
Granville, U., last week; The new doctor
has a distinguished brother who has been
sporting this degree for eome years. It
seems to run In tlie family.
Daxunnlfle Qme ' liri
UI nojuuiuo uiU9. nm
HaiTs Hand Sflwed Dress Shoes. S4. reduced
- - "j - s - j -
A rarttnl I.IM at Our Reprentntleln
re.alonal anil Ru.liie Men,
Ilia Honor the Major, Hon. O. H. Krlly.
Tim-, tar, as all acknowledge, hasmaile onrt
ot the best tna)ors tho city li.vs ewr hail,
and as chief magl-trate of tills large ,inl
oiton-hf city, he Iras added dig
nity and honor to hl hii;ti picltioii, and
given tlie most perfect satisfaction to our
cltiwns generally, lrresKetie of party
line or public or private prejudices or
preferences. Xo public oflicer has ever
gh en more undoubted prool of his earnest
desire to do his whole duty, and ne hear
his wise and eoaservnthe adiulnktiathm
commended on all sides as eirinently
praiseworthy and worthy of Imitation In
every respect We hear of his pmtiably
being called to a higher jiost of public ue-
minessjwnen nispMseiit term siiau nave
:Vii.lait rfttmiitrrMr, llnrc It, SlelUn
Has mule one ot the ImmI deput) ostma.s-
ters in me mstory of the city, ami proven
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?..?.: " . 7" "JLlS. HlL;"r."l T. ' ".y
uuu, oi.u nan i..a..t- a imnu miiit. his ! -
pointment In 187S llrst as stamp clerk,
then regisU'reil leller clerk-, and then depu
ty postmaster, being uppoiiitetl In issi icr
Charles W. Shew alter resigned of which
he may very consistently lie proud. We
"" jn-ii ui nil mi smrs as u sriiiit-
ESEiiSF " ""
the word means and implies.
Mr. .!.. reitlrrew
Is the courteous chief of the rader's
department in the Sprlnghelr post-
office, and ch.es the bet inwsible satis -
faction in that tn lug and responsible posi -
tion. He w as appointed In lt77, amino
man ev er better deserved the acknowledg
ments of the public than he. He Is com
mended by the public as well as thede-
nartment for his faithful service, and has
record excelled by none.
1-er at his nost ear Iv anil late enrefu .
methodical, attentive to business, obliging
and zealous for the public good, he has. won
golden opinions in hlsdifllcult field of labor
and honorably earned everything good that
could be said of him.
v. v. fi. mini,.
1 1, ii,-tmnular manaeer of the mercantile
agency of It (J. linn A Co., at Ibis point pamj vvun tue suuenng. aim aoimj in re
the largest and finest agencj In the country, heve, reluie and ennoble bir. .She
having t:8 offices allot whit h are kept in has lot very little in collee
the best manner and which fiinilsli the! lions, and has never tieen in litiga
most accurate reports possible. He has hail lion This testimony is not from one
a very thorough experience, and isa gentle- atient and friend, but is the sentiment of
man who Is an honor to the business in ' hundreds, who will inis her more than
every respect words can tell. We appreciate her desire
We hear him spoken of as giving the. to lie with her only daughter, and hope the
best of satistaction. both in the oftice, at i change may be benebiial to her Invalid hus
headquarten, and throughout the city gen- band, and restrul to her who lias been so
erally. Though but a young man, compar-1 patient and faithful during all these years
atively. he has spent some years In Aus-jof work.
tralla and in other countries, and is a gen-1 1 can onlv add that this little article does
tlemau of rare ability and ripest exiwleiiee. not do the subject justice, but we can say
j that she will lw sadly missed here, and no
.Meurs. Campbell (irl.lley ,. cm ,,er place, but others will be
Are patent attorneys whom we can coin- lieljied aud comforted hy her. We coin
mend as entirely reliable, and gentlemen mend her to the sick and afllicted, feeling
who are in high standing in every respect
Grldley is an experienced draughtsman.
and shortly after his return from Milwau
kee, where he had been f or tv o y cars w itli i
lfaLd, ITrar!, .- llitnmlt.,, Iianustl. 1 fpft.it
them a most flattering offer to resume his'
old position. Mr. Campbell Is thoroughly
posted, and is a competent jatent attorney
of over fifteen years' experience, and is
sjoken of on every hand in a very com-
ruendable manner. The new- hrm is just
starting out In business as a new firm, and
it is prophesied on all sides that they will
MLu MtLlKiani.meJhe.niQst .succ essful In Jjie cpuu
.,... . - I try. They have located in the ISiHik'wallei
'essftil In ttipcniiu-
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uiiiiuiiik,, i'iuei ui j.iiiitr-K.iiv uiiii iiu,i.
Sir. I). K. liat-riuan
Is the courteous representative hereof a
large number of the finest Insurance com
panies In the country, and takes the same
interest in the affairs of all imllcy-holders
as he does in his own. f'arties wishing
risks writteiushould have them in some
such companies as represented by .Mr llns
terman. who pay all losses without unnec
essary delay or litigation and by some such
menas Mr. Hostcrman. men of honor, of
i honesty, ability and standing and iron-clad
integrity. The companies represented by
Mr. Hostermau are as follows: Mfauii
Valley Insuamce company. Dayton, Ohio;
Buffalo-German. Buffalo, X. Y.; dennin
Insurance, fHininanv. Frivnort. 111.: Amazon
Insurance company, Cincinnati; Vorth-1
Milwaukee- Dayton In-
company, iiayion, vinio; .evv
Hamtishire, of Xew Hampshire; Omeordia
being very successful, courteous, and as
good as the gold for all he can be wild.
O. It. Fraui..,
Who is a graduate of the Ontario (YD col
lege, is one of the most skillful veterinary
surgeons in the country, and has hid the
most thorough experience known to veter
inary surgery. He takes the same care of
all animals left at las stables, which, by
the way, are among the finest in the coun-,
try, as he would if they were his own,. ami
Is one ot the most successful surgeons In
the country, rarely ever losing a ease. He
has a very high reputation and the patron
age of the best classes. We take pleasure
in commending him as a gentleman socially
as well as prnfe-sionally, and one worthy
ot the handsomest'patroLage.
A .bur) llfUMrtt
129 south Mechanic, Is admitted by all
competent judges to be one of the hnest
architects in this part of the state, and un-
excelled in the country. He has done more
to educate builders up to a high standard of
nrpliItM.iirM tlmn am Hifll In Him slat.. 11,,
follows his profession moie from a love of
It than from the love of gain, and has made
plans and speciheations for a very Itrge
number ot the best public buildings of the
city, not to s,eak of many of its most
beautiful private residences.
Memirs. s. J.siirnlev A Co,
I At 22 and 24 east High street, are tlie lead-
ring dealers of tlie city lu hue fori ign and
domestic fruits, oysters, Ush and game, and
I do heflarKe:,,t btoln,r?s '", ,ll,at ',""' ,n "'I?
part of the state. They deal on honor, sell
( ap aU(, aro Kratlcilien vllo Jire a CIPlIU
( to t le trade in every respe. t. ' Bradstreet"
and "Dun A. Co." rate them as among the
most successful traders of the state, and
they are very careful, enterprising, eco
nomical, honorable In all their dealings, and
good as the gold for all they want.
Mr. ,1. I.eutn Holm
Are the leading dealers of the city lu the
best salt, smoked and fresh meats, and are
as fine judges ot meats of all kinds as can
lie found in the country.
. The hrm is coiiik(sJ of Henry I.euty,
Win. 11. Lenty and George Leuty, thive
Diitnn I orlioo Chooo
uuuuii vauiDsi xjiiuoo,
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nrst-class buslnes men and gentlemen tit
deal with in even way.
l'artie- who want the bet of everything'
Mimiui ituyor these gentlemen, whonotonly
buy the ls-t ini-ats, but have the best means
of preserving them fresh and wholesome.
They have the patronage, of the lest
daises, ami stand A No. 1 with the trade.
TrllMHe tu n S.rlnlUl.t tjulj.
To the r.litorof the UcnuMic
Mrs. Dr. K. A. Nobles, the subject of
this article, has fur a number of ears lieen
a successful ph)sic!an of Springfield, O.
For twelve j ears jnrevlous had practiced In
Uaj ton, (l., where she enjoyed tlieconli
dence of a large circle of friends and prac
titioners, only leaving Dayton to practice
In our it, where she could enjoy'more of
a country homo and rest for her sick hus
band. Mrs. Nobles has been successful in
her profession, as she well deserves; pos-j
vssor of good and clear Judgment. Is verJ
, careful and eonscieiitloiis; a woman of
t gi eat moral and religious worth and char-
" Hcwmiwirieri uiieresi in ner pa
-Mrs ..WM lias a large practice, extend-
, l rl..,t.a n.l i 'I,.l..,l .! ....llu.
neighboring tonus, and freiiently called-J
In nmsultatinn to oilier cities. She is cer
taliilj tboonl) lad phvslcian of so large
practice in the west The work has been
sustained by its own merit, never having!
a success. .Mrs .Nobles
i$ri, ber her as a lov ed physician an.!
firiend, and rise up and call her blessed.
-Many "M remember her tender care
through the vvearj night watches, when
1 dear ones were Hearing the "other shore,"
, her erj' word and look of lov Ing sj mpathy
would enuear ner to tne suilenng aim
the d Ing. Mrs. Xobles has clear Imlg-
nient, often being called to examine
ilillidilt cases, and all done vv ltbout osten-
a4tation. Mich a life should Ik) fully re-
warded, as her's has been, by the testimony
' ui niaii J menus, ;iuu ini.iuei u success ni-
tending her labors. She has decided to
make the east her home, and will purchase
property in Yonkers, Xi V.. near her ouly
daughter, vvifeot Colonel M. K Richards,
and will do olhce practice in Sert York
city. This article h.is been w ritten to show
women that a woman may succecil without
being masculine; on the contrary, hersyin-
attired that they will never regret their
"'!"1'B 1" tiifsprlneUeiiniiii...
dam. .Mr,. i)rIu Moore. Slltia
itutler.John Moore, Krbecra
Bnmnlug.C W , Moore. I'leero
j!",',11"" x b Miner vil's I. A
Uniuer. Daniel Meeke'r.ilrs M C
lierkemeler. Henry Mckeeer..l 0
niuinKer. jussiirurKie uaruu. r.n
N.u-luU.uv MlsJU. ;
Harkpr. Vllss Ka
Phelps, V. J
Porter, VV tu
Mone. Prof s 1'
-teart. O 11 !
stewart. Miss Mary
shtfer. Miss Lucy
bhade, .Mrs Jennie
Williams. W F
Williams. Mrs II L
Vt ilsoii. Ku.t
i Uronn, Mduey
llrown. Miss Joe II
Cuslun ui Miss Mary
Curry, VIl.s Julia
Huts. Mrs! S I)
lslln. .Miss Mary
ltill. C W
II itird, 0 I
llinlgni.in, II V
Ilin. .Mrs James
Jones, llce Vlay
Ji.hnston. Mrs Iraitk
knarr. Mrs Knim i
Lee. Charlie F
Little. .Mr J Jl
'" J;f v...
1(1 x. Lottie II
Tall. .Mrs II 0
Persons calling for these letters will please
say "advertlseil, "and give it iteof list If not
citled tor in one mouth they will lie sent to the
Letters must be diiected tn street and num
ber lu order to hive them promptly and cor
J. a Johssos.Se.P M
tln.ler the tViirlil'n Heel.
How (utlielio .ire the Instances of men
who are not only in misfortune, nnd who
have hist nil they once hi Id,' but whose
very names are forcntten I rememlier
there was a conductor on the liighth Ave
nue railroad, v ho rin his car lietvveen the
hours of 11 in the uiht nml 11 the fol
lowing morning. He was n subjett of
ss) much talk .inning the night editors of
the morning p-niers who rode uimn his
line tint I once vv tut over at the request
of one ot them one night just to see liim
He was as fine nnd aristocratic n looVIng
man ns I hat e ev er seen. Xo one ev er
fonnd out his history, for he could not lie
drawn into conversation. He did his
work In a quiet and respectful way for n
year, nnd then disappeared, nobody" knows
where. In a like nisuuer I have seen
porters in big dry goods houses, clerics
and men In nlmot every lowly walk of
life, whose faces indicited a history that
was unmistuk.iblv pathetic
The waifs of the Ktrect, the children of
the gutters, the unhappy little ones in
boarding houses nnd the outcasts of -the
slums nre more to bo envieU than tli-e
gentle, conrteons and dependent old men
who have lieen forced under by the iron
heel ot a world that thunders along at a
breakneck nice, and from which they try
to shield themselves by a gentleness that
the rushing world has not time to see. j
Blakel) Hall in The Argonaut
(II. I ImlUii ltelht.
'1 he l'mri Indians have as much talent
for Imlt ui.m as tl.e Chinamen They are
all biisilv eng-igcil now In the minufacture i
of old relics which thev bring to Phoenix
and stll for 10 cents apiece The latest Is
a goisl imitation of a Gila monster, life
sire. Chicago XeV s.
Tlie Toncu l.lmuL King.
The king ot the Tougi i-lands dresses
in well made Ilnrnpcin clothts which fcet
off his handsome llni, but he can get no
civil Ail shoes to fit h.m, liecan-e his feet
i are so large nml have HJ tnonnous u
development of lit el. Chicago News.
Special reduction for the Fourth. Light
l Derby and straw hats at Gugenheini's. l'o
1 lice regulation hat. Si. 75.
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If you want toots. shoes and slippers go
to Starkey A Scow den. Kelly's Arcade. Xo
presents, but boots and shoes for less money
than anv house In bpriuglieliL
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from S5.50 : our entire
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PLAIN AND FANCY,
CHOICE PATTERNS IN ALL COLORS AND GRADES.
A. C. BLACK & CO.
lis Delicacy of Mnror
And the efficacy of its action haverendired
the famous California liquid fruit remedy.
Syrup of Figs, immensely (mpular. It
cleanses and tones up the clogged and fever
ish system, and dispels headaches, colds
and fevers. Fifty-cent and Si bottles for
sale at Caspers drugstore.
He Line Fourth of July Kxrtirtlitn,
The llee Line will sell sjxsriai excursion
tickets on account of the July 4th holiday
business .is follows 1 Kkits will be soM
one fare for the round trip to any tioint on
the line on July 'J. li and 4, good returning
only on Jul) I and '. One-half of the reg
ular rate will be nude for children between
the age of six and twelve.
(5. II. Kmoiit, .Agent.
D. It. Mi:ti. G. 1. A.
Knots nml Slide.
There is not a house in Central Ohio that
can successfully couiete with MarkeyA.
.Vowdeii, Kelly's Arcaile, in boots, shoes
and slippers. The lead the trade more
tluu forty thou-and dollars, giving them at
leist an advantage of ten perrenL They
buy for CHsh and sell for cash, are one price
and retail at wholesale prices
t'niirtli til .fitly I si'iirslon Kate.
Feiirion tickets will 1h sold lietween nil
ticket stations on the I'euusylvanla lines
west of l'ltlsbiirgh. on Julyjil. 3d and sth.
good to return until July Mb Inclusive, at
one fare lor the round trip. No excur-
sum rates will lie sold to adults at less than i
twenty live cents, nor
to children at less
than fiftet n cents.
Ik, I'nys for IheTii Lel.
If you want Imols, shoes and sliiqwrs go
to Starkey , Seowdeii. Kelly 's Arcade. o
pre-enls. but Units and shoes for less money
than anv house in prliigiielil.
WHO PAYS FOR THE TICKETS ?
ST1. JOHN cfc Xt.aE3ID.
Whopurcha ed 1,000 4th of J-jtyadni sion tickets? St. John i Rett).
Wtm givis the-n away to their pa'roiK? St. John &. Reed.
Who fried o im;tate them and failed ? Ask the manager.
Who sells Shoes cheaper than any competition ? St. J' hn I Peed.
Who buys for Spot cash and sel s for cash ? St. John & Red
Wlo sails the best $1.50. $2, $2 50 and $3 Shoe,? St. John & Reed.
Call and tee them and get your ticket for the Fourth.
ST. JOHN &REED, 53 W. MAIN.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
onrl $A Ono In nf llan'e iinnnnln VIA fimsa
anu rr , uiiq iu. ui men
stock of Ladies and Gents Fine Shoes at Redunnri Prinesfiirnnn wnnk
BRAN DOM &. COIWY,
2STO. 74 JLR.OJLIDE.
MOST PERFECT MADE
'rrpi-vl with Urift rrgn! to Porlljr. Irensth.
3d Hcalthfulo-M D- l"r:ce- h tbe onlr li.fc
i I'oisrir that contain, no Ammonia. I ime oi
vlLin Hr I'nce's Eitr t, anllla. lnn-u eic
P"Cf BAKIHO POt'aCR CO . Chicago i St lomls.
Who ry. for tlie Tlikel.?
If you want boots, shoes and slippers go
hi Starkey A- Scowden. Kelly's Arcade. Xo
presents but boots and shoes for less money
than any liou-e lu Springfield.
Kvcursion tickets at one fare for the
round trip will be sold to and from all sta
tions on the I. It. ,V W. and Ohio .Southern j
J until .lulv 5th to return.
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WE WANT IT
We are often asked if we want the "Earth." Yes, we do, and
must have it, to dispose of our immense stock of
Our sales are very large and territory extensive we know, but
we deserve all we get. We work hard and will please our cus
tomers, and see that they get value received tor every dollar they
pay us, and it's natural that they at once become our friends, and
do all they can to help us sell to their neighbors and friends.
This accounts for our large and increasing business. If you will
come to us when you want a Piano or Organ, we will do all in our
power to please you, and see that your interests are taken care
of. Don't go to commission agents if you want the best at the
lowest prices. They cannot possibly give it. To make a living,
they must sell cheap goods at a high price. We can sell at what
they pay and still have a profit. If you want an instrument, don't
go to any place but to
HUFFMAN & RICHTER,
THE LITEST SPRING SHLES,
No. 31 East Main Street.
Extra Lard Oil,
Sterling Engine Oil,
Wast Va. Lubricatinjr Oil.
... and Cylinder Oil,
Quality guaranteed and prices always reasonable.
CHARLES LUDL OW CO.,
C5. En.Mt 3 Fa in Street.
We have filled our racks with new and handsome
And if you want anything in that line buy NOW before
the best patterns are all gone. Prices at our store
are lower than ever before heard of.
C H. iFIEIROIE & OO.
Leading Booksellers and Stationers,
13 SOUTH MARKET ST., SPKINGFIELD, C
THtHLs4 Mi 1 1 nLBB-L t tSS
L F. OLOS & BRO
NO. 8 WEST MAIN STREET.
Oknn rt AC .J..nn.J i... bo
OIIUC3, L.LiJ, I OUUUDU I1UHI 90.
If you intend buying a
CQLUM3JAS M VlblOl
The best, cheapest and
eas est running wheels
in the m arket. Second
hand wheels taken in
trade for new wheels.
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