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SPRESTGFIELL, 0., THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOIJER 0. 1887.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
jl-j srr. -
Micr. liktit rams lollowed
warmer, fair weather
October 6, 1S87.
Is the full moon nearest to
September 23, hence the moon
that fulled on October 1, and
is now full, is the harvest
moon. It is so called because
forseveral successive evenings
it rises about the same time,
instead of a half to three-quarters
of an hour later each
night, as it ordinarily does. It
was called so because, as it
came at harvest time, the
early ages of the world
thought it was a dispensation
of Providence for the benefit
of the harvest. This is also
the time to
These should resemble the
harvest moon in being "full."
They should be full ol men, so
they will again resemble the
moon by having a man it.
Com and "full" some of
The When's Fall Overcoats
Largest and finest stock in
this market. One profit
cheaper than anybody. Fit
guaranteed Quality as rep
resented. Every grade. All
sizes. Boys not forgotten.
25 and 27 West Main Street.
A most important item in our
domestic economy, isfiititiod to
tore attention than it generally
receives. At the majoritj ol
breakfast tablrs, "if the ColIVe
is good, eierj thing is good;" a
fact so significant in ifvl' that
noariMiiieut i-netlel to roe
the all importance of buing the
best, if they do cost a ffw tviiii
more. Try siiiy ol the f oliowiug :
Royal Rlocha and Java. ..
Old Government lava.
Peibsrry Santos and Rio.
Thee ('o!r-es are Fr-sh anil
Crisp, and of ihf It st quilitv.
J. H. 1FFEI,
ARE HAXIH.Xi; THE BEST
IX THE 3AKKLT.
Is First-clss-. Call and See Ye.
SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET
. 31 . .11.1-1 i limits T;;r I.T,
SPRINGFIELD, - - OHIO.
WANTI- U- rr-s-nrst cl.is ccutlemen
boarders, K'ad. first-cUis t-vble board.
Eto4 roamv and iu (act, r very acomiuo
dfttion torn tke hoinf p'Miaut rlnf
tucouDfCtiou ttood pi.Cm. &Qsl ill conieu
leacs of a Urst dtn bouie Tbe houe ti
Uu-itrd in ctnUrf a pirfc and cnrn
lent to ail depots, also plofflceand tele
THE HARVEST I
Ths President Visits the National Military
Encampment and Then Leaves
JoMi 1.. SulUt-tii 4Jolu?1tt I uropo Clew
IaiiiI xt- ! to iiuer it Ciuirtewu.
I eller frwin 4.04. Ot,lrlj unit the
l.oiermir ! uit II Int.
Bvthe Associated Press
Ciik f.t. Oct. ( Sv.arms f people
agun tilled all the approach! s to the I 'ai
mer liou-e this morning eaih. watthiugfnr
isllinim'iif l'resident t'lcn.-l.u.d when lie
should emerge for a dme to the intcm
tioi.al military encampim nt. Cnvwd
uoikiiieii and shop girls, on their wav to
work, forgetting tor the time being the toil
before them, pressed forward There was
a x rfect ja.11 of cuuntrj penple and wcll-
tlre"tHl cit) sightseers. Half a dozen
iiiuuiiIihI police hail no little trouble in
dealing the passage for the president s car
riage. Ho was accompanied h) Major
Korlie, itntr.ll Terr) and a dozen lesst r
A rapid drive pit two or thre. tlioiand
triHip" drawn up m line, thuinlerinc falutes
from artillerj and 1km h and smiles to the
couple of thousand pctat4ir, on tand,
commuted the leremomes at tl e encaiLr-
Without dela the pre"Mnt Sminled the
train for the depot. dowi town, fio u which
the "tut for .Milwaukee was mvle at
ne minute" of ten. "chedule time.
Mr" Cleveland lud prectded hhn b hilfl
an liuar, "Iippim; ijuietlj into a carriage at
tli lio'el and bemi; driven to tiiodejmt
.nv. Ilclp"li3 hihI CI-rlltml.
Chicago, Oet. fi t Sprincheld dis
pjtcli tive" an r,iIaiation of Covtrnor
()It"li'" abnee from Cl'Icao durini; the
I're"lde.il' vi5it There vat an inipiirj
abiut t!. btato capital toIa as to the rea
"onwhj governor OcIe"b remained avvaj
from Cliioaco on till" oceiiion, a" he had a
prO"In invitation to come. It "eeim,
however, that wlien the bpriinjrield au-tliii-
'.t " w ere prep mm; tlie invi'atiin to
the 1 eni -it to co there the Mav jr intl
ttlu. nil i i t led nernur and asked
himloj in In te invitation The'Iovir
nor rt il't"l 1'iat la liL" i wition he did not
think he, could, with propriety, join in the
citizens' invitation to bpnnciield .mj more
than in one to anv othircitv in the State,
but lie could write the 1'reulent and
rtould cherfull do so. "KJ-I115 he had
learned that the inunic pil authorities at
the capital were sending him mi Invitation
! co there, and if lie decided to co. as
wn hoped he would, the coventor and all
the state oihcei" would unite in a Keneml
endmvir to make hi" "ta acreeab e and
plea"ant 1 hi" was written 011 liehalf of
t'je "late piv eminent and "ent entin li ep
1 rate from the mvttattii of the major,
oou'icil and citizen" Tlio ire"idtnt re
plied to the inajoi's invitation an 1 referred
to the artinn of the council and cit!zii", but
in itln r mentioned the Ko.enior's If tti r nor
replied to it "eparatelj. This explains
w!i the goven.or ha" not iiersonallv joined
In t Iim welcoHioof the piBsident upon the soil f
.Jo'111 I ullitmi (.oin: to I tiroir,
Nivv iiik. Oct. 0 A lSo"tm special
"iv": John L Sullivan will sail fur Kurope
October J'i Ilirr I'ln'lips, a will-known
"txirting man from Montreal, has lietu In
town for two or thieedav", nuking ar
ra'igemen'" with f'e champion, to become
his managir. The busii tss wa" "eltled
viMerdav aftenu n. The d ite for "tartine
U" diiidni iivii. and plan of action
mapped out. bullivan said to a reporter
"e, 1 am going to huiope with mj
friend. Harr rhillips 1 shall start the
latttr part of till" month, goto I .Her; h1
lir-t. makt a tour of Scotland and Wales
thi" winter, and in the "pruie go to the
(oiitmeut I "hall go alone that K I "hall
not 'ravel with a combination hen I git
to Mngland 1 "lull in ike arrangements to
pir wiili tie hw men the have got over
tin re. 1 shall be avvaj at leastajtar
jwrbaps more. I am going ovtr there rftei
nioiic not for furtlur honors."
HUMTEO BY REPORTERS.
Illnliii is I In illt Interview"
tirfsjt I irri-li(inili.iit.
1'vi is. OoL fi Mr Ulaine was here two
dajsli-fore the reporters and corre"pon-di-it"
knew of Ins presence. His apart
mi it" at the Hobl Vtndoine did not "lilt
liiin Tli"v were on the third Ho ir, and he
iu-i"lnl on having tho bi.-t "iilte on the
tnt. The hotel people not realizing thej
wtre enter'aln ig an mencan cclebnt
ret i"t-il to give him letter quarters, v hich
would have to be iLine at the eoene of
"i"ne other guests, so Tuesd iv ntilit Mr.
lli.une moved to tlie Hotel IJimli ester
dft uoTIiiitg he w is besieged b scnlie",
:ut "Uece-slul.v avoided the perltent lit
re armv until Ml"" Evans, of the Xe
ork lltntl'l. wound her wav into his
I re- nee under the pretense of being a
milliner l"ioii the discover of in r true
vm-ition he jieremptonl ordered her out of
Mr ItUine now talks of abindoning the
Iierlin trip and going to ltalun Hievtssra,
the great wmtir health re-oit of the Med
ifrniuan The famil) were sight siviug
all the afternoo 1 and itc inpinied bj
benator llaie. attended tlie "iiinmer clrcu".
I.lrl sl,lis W (lit llrr Lmir nml C nisi
n VV or 111 or.lii.
I ri.vv.iiN. G u.Oct fl Farmer Buck
1 It vv had pu -il out a husband for his
Id3ghter Minnie but the voung lau pre
ferrtsl a juiu man najit-d Adaiii". and
i met him 1 lande-tinei 'I his went well
I until 'a."t wtvk, wi.-n Bucklew, tarrln,i
I hi" rit't. ca'i.e "iilduilv iimiii thejoun
couple lie blazed awav at Ad I'lis v. ho
tciH-d Before ilaIUM last Fndu a
I pin; d Aiui.is's fiiends stntiueiltlic Butk
t-w 11 ti"iiin and urtuniit Ihe girl, came
I to thi" plai for i miirhiLt license 'I lie
girl Iw-mg but H the licuie w.i" n fii"(-l
Ihen tin v dmve to Caniilton the bride and
nsiiii Is-ing in .1 wagon while the other"
rode hor back v.ith rub" reuij for at lion
I he piM r" vvtre "fcureil a'ld the marriage
tiKik jilace there. -.n e then tin beventh
ill-tr 1 1 ha" bis iitlivi !! into t ictioii" and
"evera! b!(Ml ti.hts h ive taken pldce.
MNA WAS JEALOUS
Anil Wi-pl llitlir Ti-ar. Itunnw Ausml
11 mil- In AiKittiiT I.lrl
Ciik vi.o. Oit. o Nina Van andt and
Auu-t bpie". her allegtsl pro. husband,
had a lifer ipiarrel 111 the count j.nl es
terdav. Nina vimis tlie eoiidenmeil an
archist dail When "he caue cst"ida
"he litgan to upbraid bun for wri'ingto
another woman bhe had heard that he had
written alls tiointel to the oung woman
to i,lioiii lie was engaged befotn Vina fa"t-
l iied beralfi-cuoii" upon him, and wlioni it
is said he still loves better than his erratic
proxy wife. vics " said 10 hive told
Nina with inudi "pint that he wouldwritei
to whon "oevir lie pleased, at which thtre
was a grand down pour of tears. The n
trch!"t'" heart "ofttiied then, and he prom
ised to leave his fnimerlove alone.
K'lrenhart"" winter millinery opening
Saturday. Momla and Tuesday. Octolier
", 10 and II. AH nevv goods. New French
and English patterns on display. All invited.
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
(Kill One- Acaiii-llir Olil l'luc Hit llrl
i;li InllrdOiit for ltiiiiielltftberi ii e.
There will be a nieetinK of the republi
cais at the Wigwam on Knday evening
net at T .0 o'clock, for the purixise of re
organizing tlie various companies of the
M l'luc Hat brigade Let everj republi
can turn out and arrange for a rousing es
eort to Hon. John Micruiau and (lovernor
II K Nojes, at the met tine next Tuesdaj
eveninit. Hj orderof the
Km'Iuuoi HiriTii Covi.
Vr Hull Murli tilnilre.1 rrniiB-
lUMlfa lorn Formal 0iuliic ! Wk.
I'm 'iiaiit- innniiiwwnnrt. the lodge-
room and hall of Iodic Xo M, It. T. O.
hlks, tlu citj. was thrown open for the
lirst time last tVlneMla) evening. The
meetiuc was tint lartrost and most satin-
factorj since tli institution of the lodge .
l'vervlxKly enthiislasticallv admired the
haudsoinelj appointed new ipiarten, and
it vi as apparent to the most unobservant
that thu lodge had received a boom and
.anulne impetus bj the new departure.
An enthusiastic vote of thanks vva.s ten
dered Messrs Jiam Waldnian, I) T. West
and T. K. Mctirevv, juu , tlie members of
the furnishing committee, for the excellent
and tasteful work the had done in titling
up the hall so satisfactorilj. A special
vote of thanks and congratulations was ex
teuded to Mr. 1) T. West, the chairman of
the committee, who has isiven his timo.
taste and labor to th woik to a degree that
the elegant appearance of the hall fullv
corroborates. Titer- -n i nc reaped -ww-
iiicmn-la-4 JiwUt lint-Mr. -Wet K .taisv
All tlKbtrrrvf ere ordered paid and a neat
balance rrmains in the treasiirv.
Mr. Kotiert Qje""er was elected eriiia
nent se retarj, v ice Mr Judj Aron.resigneil
Mr U J. el"Oti liu been acting as teni'
Two applications for .membership were
receiv ed and referred to the proper coin
mittees. It was decideil to give a "uncial session
and formal openin; of the hall on Kridaj
evmlng, Oct. 14. to which tiftj or "Ixtj
representative business and professional
men will receive invitations, with a view
laigelj of interotiiK them in the order
After injecting the rooms, tlm entire
partv no ie but stags will be present-
will adjourn to some leading caterer for a
sot la! spread Mes-rs I) T. West. I- M
Harris and J. C. Hollow ay were appointed
a toininitttf to work tlie social up.
FOR THE GOLDEN COAST!
I Inn TitkM Illc Kicursloii
I'arly tu Citllfrnia.
This morning at f20 o'clock a large partj
of "trTinglield and Clark county people left
via the Hte Line for the Pacilic coast. Mr.
Gtsirge II. Kn'ght, Iheixipularajent of the
Ilea Line, took ever care for the comfort
of his passengers, providing them with two
parlor cars which will run dear through to
Kansas Citv. At that point the passengers
will he transferred tn tourist sleepers It
was eectcd that eight would be added to
tlie jiartv at Dajton. andseven from Oreen
llle also joined It. Mr. Knight accompa
nies tho part as far as Kansas Cit, to see
to their wants and comfort Following
are the names W.d destinations of the part.
A. i: Marnion. Mrs Oeorge II. Ournea,
lid Ciurnea. W. I 1'attCR.on. Charles W.
Miew alter. W. K lUnej, Joseph Brg,
Miss bailie Ward, Jerr Montgonierv.
Mr" F. M. Ilrelsford, Miss
Florence Brelsford, Los Angeles;
I,eslie K Farr, T. 15. 1'i-eL F. K. Ludlow,
wife and child, A. II. McKamey. Mrs
Mid'e Kershner, Miss M. 1). Thompson.
Mrs. Mar A. I.ong. Mrs I. Kolin, Miss
.Manic Kalfensperger. C II. rutnam, Mrs.
.1. 1). Alltn. Mi"S Mary bhields. E.
II Ackirson, San Diego, California;
Mr". Ili-coe Bean and two children, San
Jiw, Miss Annie Bolger, ban Jose, I). W.
btroud. wife and two children. Oakland;
I) F. Itanium, San Francisco: Mrs. F. M
Farmer, daughter and maid, Kansas Citj:
Mis Harry B Hengst, Waco. Tex ; Ko
coe Bean, SL Louis; Samuel Johnson, Chi
cago, Miss C. E. I.arrnuer. Marion, lud ;
LADIES OF THE THIRD LUTHERAN.
Mlfilrnl I'riisr-liutiie of Their supirr itml
KitturlBiiiUiPlit This t-.senlnic.
The following I" the ransical programme
to be remlereJ bmight at the supper and en
tertainment to be given b the ladies of tlie
Third Lutheran church, in the new church,
building, on the earner of Center and Lib
Overture The "liver Bell U Schlepegrell
I laumerei chumaun
City i vlfts March
1 II Iluls.atrby E C Holtton
I.alleneiweVialK E Waldtenfet
Ori-rlure hevillcr llrtton HermAnn
"vered li it 0" Merciful- . Kmersnu
mrlca - II Carrey
The admission will bet. vent) cents, which
Includes 1 good "ipiare supper, which will
lie srrv isl from ' o'clock.
Ortlii-Mra Musle far the lluwlltlii; 1-It-E
iceiiifiit tit lli drnml.
The Grand ojiera house orchestra. Kobert
Brain director, will render the following
p'ogramine during the Downing engagt
111 -nt at the Grand
1 Ovtrture Lustspiel - Keler IJela
I. rjl i-'hat the DUkey nIrilsiy'
I. Laocers Air3 from (illtiert and bjlll
vaa's nevv opera of Kuidyore
t Bouljpge- Patrol Imitating the ap
pro uti lu the distance and p using
of the 1 rench patrol
-s mirlllls Faronte rirof Louii Mil
Xone of the music of Ilinldgorc has et
been hi ard in bpnngheld and there is some
curiosit on the part of theater goers to
Freslil lit 3troiul Itrsigtis
Mr. 1) W. Stroud, president of the Clt'
ztns' btreit Kailwa Compaii, has re
signed his i"ition as president and left
this morning with Ids wife ami family for
California It is statid that Mr. Wm II.
llaiiti n'.the "re-ent superintendent and aa
epei it need f-i'eet railroad man, will suc
ceed Mr. btn 1 d
Tlie l.iml "lulling Mntrli.
Intere"t 111 jcal "jMirting circles all cer-
ters in the great Xolan Clow sluggm,
match at Cincinnati this afternoon. A lead
ing MaiM street sahwin has arranged to re-
itivtd the result of each round by tele
graph as the light progress".
II in. M. A. Vol an. of Cleveland, and
Hon. Eustrte Gibson, inuiuber of congress
froui West Virginia, will address the dem-
m rac of bpiiugheld and Clark count on
the evening of October 20th. Time and
puce will be dulv announced
Tli HriiMii surial.
The '-brown social" at theTrinit Baptist
c 'lurch this evening, should not be forgot
ten, as it is sure to be an affair of a ver
tlelig! tf ill nature. The ladles in charge
Iiavo worked hard and there ought to be a
ver lare attendance.
A (Jllirl Ttrililtiig.
Last 1 veiling, October 1th, Mr. Harrison
Knoblaugii and Miss Lida bnell were mar
ried nt tho residence of the bride's parents
on I iaco street. J'astor CoIIett. of bt.
I'uil church performed he cremoii. Both
are of this c it.
Ladies, don't fail to attend the millinery
ojieuiug of the K. K Souder store at their
new rooms. 31 south Limestone street, Sat
urday Monda and Tuesda , October 8, 10
and 11. AH are cordially invited.
Mr. J. F. McGrew goea to Lima this
eieniug ou business.
The Mirnage of Miss Alice Goade and
Mr. Edward Benedict Oobb, of New
York City, Last Evening.
An I vent ClinritrterlKPit f Oillet aiHClilfl.
rem n iitnl llii f t Kvi U lit Tiiate
TliTiillet, supiirr. Hei nr
ntloim, I 10.
A w etldiiig of marked butipiiet elegance
occurred last (Wetlnesda) evening, at 7 30
o'clock, at tlie ru-ddeine of Judge and Mrs
James S Goode. No lMeast High street.
the occasion being tlie marriage of their
daughter. Miss Alice, andKljvard Benedict
Cot-b . es , a prominent member of the
legal fratermt of Xew York,' cit. 'lhere
was an absence of displa, biiteacli feature
of tho affair was charctenzedTiy the exquis
ite taste which wealth and 'culturo make
The house was almost a bover. so pro
fuse vv ere the II iral decorations. The vv ere
bonked upon the mantels in sweet abund
ance and scatttrod lu lovel confusion upon
the. tables throughout the house. Great
py rain uls of pot plants occupies! the corners
lhe folding doors connecting dh eist par
lors were thrown wide open, and
graceful and majestic curtains of
sinilax swept to U10 floor,
making an effect at once novel and striking
Between these two portieres, hung two in
tertwined hearts. sinbolIc of the cereiuo
ii, and made of Marechal Veil buds.
About lift guests were in attendance, all
in full part dress, and combining into
most brilliant ass(..nblage. which represent
ed tne culture and pride of Spnnghel 1 and
several other cities
lhe cereuiii was anno inced on the
steel-plate mwt-itious to occur at 7. SO, and
prouiptlv at that hour an admirable orches
tra from 1)1 ton, stationed in tlieaUove iu
the hall, commenced pla mg There was
a triumphant burst of tiarmoa as the bridal
part slow 1 deie.uled the broad at ilrs
from the upper apartments, 'lhe
nrst to appear were Mr. Lee Goode,
cousin of tlie bride, and Mr. George
i'orter, of Indianapolis, who acted as
ushers. riiev wire follawed by Mr.
Augustus Cobb, of Nevv 'York, brother of
tne groom and Miss Anna I'orter, of In
dianapolis, the best man and maid of houur
respective!). Xct ill the brilliant little
protes-ion canu little Edith Geode, daugh
ter of Frank b Goode, e-si) , who looked
.u though she l.ad just stepped down from
a rare old ptuiti ig The child was ex
quisite in her tuiitliful beauty and bore
upon her arm a basket of flowers. l.ast of
all came the lovel) bride her-elf, a vision
to be remembered iu her bridal gownot
purest white, and leaning a the arm of
her prosiifetive husband. lhe ushers un
loosed the white ribbons across the folding
doors, and took their places j 1st without
the door. I he bridesmaid ami groeuisinan
took their respective stands near try and
the bride and groom, the ciiosurc uf all
e)es, "tood for the cereuioii) just Ins! Ie the
south parlor under tlie iloral hearts and
framed lu the trailing smllax. Dr. George
II. Fullerton, pastor or the St cend Presby
terian church, performed the cremn) in
a grave and impressive manner, while the
orclisira without plaed jibmlsxliuo
music The union was accomplished by
the ring ceremoii).
The bride was arra)ed iu gown of
white satin tn tmiiic. lieavil) trimmed in
seed pearls A white tu lu veil swept
from her head to thetborand enveloped
her in a lilun mist, 'lhe gown was cut
high in the neck and with long sleeves,
and she wore diamcnds, tint gift of the
groom. Miss I'orttr, thw maid of honor
was regal and statue-une in a robe of white
iiioirn silk, trimmed in white silk em
broider). It was ileiitllrtt and sleeveless.
After the ceremoii) and attendant con
gratulations, the bride and groiin led the
wa) to tlie dining room, where a wedding
dinner of seven courses was served in irre
proachable style by a I) i) ton c Uerer. The
attendants, the silver, the chin t and the ta
ble decorations were all products of the
Gem City. The nevvl)-made Mr. and Mr.
Cobk, the bridesmaid and groomsman, anil
the Ushers occupied iositious of honor at
one table. 1 he repast was ful!) 111 charac
ter with the other features of the ceremoii).
Natural!), at such a wedding, the pres
ents were of the tiniest and best, and of
the most correct form
After an evening of much pleasure, the
bride and groom left at 9 li for New York
cit). where, afterashort visit at th? home
of the bride, the) leave for 1 year abroad
Among the guests from out ofthecitv
were Mr. and Mrs Edward Cobb, parentis
of tlie groom, and Mr. Augustus Cobb, his
brother, of Xew York cit); Mr. George
I'orter and Miss Anna I'orter, of Indianap
oils, son and daughter of ex G ivernor I'or
ter. of Indiana; Miss Mary bliellnbarger.
of Washington. D. C . daughter of Ron.
bamuel bhellabarger; Miss Dajghert), of
Cincinnati The guests from the cit) were
relatives of tlie bride and representatives
from tlie o!d and honored families of the
Of the ocial standing of the contracting
parties, there remains nothing to lie said,
and both are representatives of culture, re
finement and position that render the union
of the two houses a peculiarl) lit one.
t Hi Mori li street V H I:. luirrN l.a
li;lil er) suo eksful.
The entertainment with a few exceptions
was excellent The continued variance
from the programme, as pjbils'icd, did not
add tnatsriall) to the success of the enter
tainment The Springfield Concert corn
pan) ren I"red so ne 15 ie vnjal mane. Mrs
and Mis lr stun ver) crellttMv sintvined
their past celebnt). Tlio former oil
"Co'irting Under I)iffl-uItIo," "Aux
Italian." "lTncle Dau'el's rraer," ' CreeJs
or the If -mis - and otners, winch were ex-
cellentlv retd'red. Tne "1'antomine." b
Miss L.llie, wis also ver) entertaining:
a'nothe sing "buppiin" .Messrs. Hi!e
an I Bjw Ire distiiiguishel themselves as
am Ueur coined ans In "William Tell ' bv
the former, an I "Mire Anton)'s a I
dres-es over Cesr's bod)" In th latter.
Mr Bowdre his malt n marked improve
ment upon tlie rendition of this selection,
showing that he I" giving his attention in
that directioi.. He was assisted b) Mrs
I'reston 'lhealdress bv K. Jackson,
of I-xington, K) The solo Consider
the Lilies of the Fie'd " b) Miss Dnnali
Hackle); the solo, "I'll Come, M) Love.to
Thee. ' b) Mrs A. II Itolim-ou- tluet, b)
Messrs Hale and Coats, were all rendered
masitisfactory and cielitahlest)le. The
entertainment would have been a grand
success had it not been for some "smarties"
w ho, it seems, eame there for tlie purpose
of "showing off. Ihfse persons sho,vel
their ignorance b) keeping up a continual
disturbance, lhe) could not appreciate
the talent that was being exhibited b) th
participants, and "ought to exhibit their
narrowness and shallowness before these
strangers. It is to be hoped that it will
never occur again in Springfield, orsome
names might be uien'inned b) the mana
gers riiee tilings renVct upon the race in
a manner that is not ver) desirihle.
A Lonesome llnse Hall fi.nnr.
Thegiine of base ball at Association
I'ark )esterda) between the Little Pets
and tlie Wittenbergs, was a ver) tad and
one-sided affair. It was won by the Little
Pets b) the one-legged "core of .10 to 4.
The game was without interest or excel
lence. Ladies remember )ou can have jour
choice of all our imported patterns for S10.
Iwenty-fije nevv ones just received. Don't
pay SI'S. SIS and SJO until 011 have seen
them at threnharts baturda), Monday
When you want good coal go to Wheldon
cfc Merrill, Grand opera house.
AT THE OPERA HOUSES.
erimni .Isrliem rmilctil nt lhe tlrniul
'tolirl Downing is "prtii us"
The Grind opera house will be given over
this evening to the lomualities of IittH
Veruoua.larbeau and lierioiiipin) of coui
etllans. MissJarbtau has long enjo)ed a
ver) large clientage in tastein cities, but
tonight vvdl make lit r initial bow to a
bpringheld audien.e Hur apiiearaute In
the tan e, "btarl ght," has ( allwl forth the
most extravagant lirais.) from the press la
the cities in vv lilt h she has appeared 1 he
comedy is full of new sings, music, etc.,
and is bright and sparkling as isJaibeau
HOW MM, s ""I'VItTVCIS "
On Frlda) tvtumg the brilliant )onng
irageiiiin. Mr. Kobirt 1'oniilng. will b-giu
an engagement at the!. rand in 'bpartacus.
the Gladiator." On batutilav evening be
win appear as "Marc Vntoi.)" in .lulliis
C.t sar, .mil at the batu-di) in itlnee lie will
be seen in "lngounr" Ilia following
Maturing notice is from tlie Columbus
Jfntrii 1 :
" There have been ovations a-id ovations,
but not within the meiiior) of fie writer
lias an actor been receivtd in Columbus
witli more mUncous outbursts of en
thusiasm than tliat accord-d Mr. Robert
Downing at the Metropo'ltnn last night.
The reception might verv proiicrlv
be termed an ovation, for the bnrsts
of applause after each act and
in man) of the scenes were couinletelv
ecliiisfd b) the cheers that went tip as the
cuitaiu fell upon the fifth act. and tlie tra
gedian's appear line before the curtain onl)
caused the signs of approval to bo re
newed bparticus, the gla Ilator. Is a brll
lia.it traged) well alapteil for the powers
of actors of the robust and heroic school,
and the mantles of Forrest and McCiillougli
have certain!) fallf 11 on worth) shoulders
111 the person of the gifted D iwnlng. The
latter t ikes a sumew hat different conception
of the part of the gladiator from that
usiiall) eredittsl. He makes him a grand
man, tilled with everv attribute
of manliness and honor, but
whenome his soul Is aroused It requires
the exercise of all the powers of his better
naturo to inasttr the spirit of valor winch
onl) natural!) is wont to a-seit itself.
Certaliil) the si ccess that he has made in
this productiii'i inu-t be hlghl) gratif)ing
to a men "o )oipi,. and he will undoubted!)
grow "tro-ier s the peo;!e come to kno
mm tieiter. Mture has oeen generous
with Mr. Donning In fitting him for so
roust a character, and tlie same ma) be
said ot other members of his companv
They looked like gladiattirs and the scenes
alone were grain! "
beats on now on sale at Harris's cigar
"Dadd) Volan" v 111 be given at Black's
on Siturdav eviiiin; next b) Daniel bull)
aid his excellent touipan). The Ve York
lfiiK tinil Eriri sa)s
"lhe Filth avi nue theater was hlled last
evening h) a deiuoiistrative, ver) friendl).
and highl) entertai led audience. Mr. D m-
iel s ill), the eouiedi m, wlio ha" taken this
theater for tlie summer, and who has for
mer!) made a success here, produced a new
pity called 'Daddy olan ' Mr. bull) 's
icting, tomiHiiyand idav are full of humor
and v anetv. The perform nice last evening
was a medley of ludicrous situations, comic
dialogue laughter, appl nise ami timers
The songs were encored four or live times,
the act tlrop alwa)srose again in response to
the plaudits, and the atniosphete. both on
the stage and In the auditorium, was per
meated with mi rr.nient. ' Mr. bull) is one
of the genuine comedians of the stage, and
the style of pla) which he makes use of Is
of the most ipul ir character."
rmliusl-istir Me..ii(p uf th Ri liiihllrin
CluU Ueilu,l-t) I veiling New Hem.
tiers .I.J. n)lrr i.let-t e retnry A
An enthusiastic and important meeting
of the Bucke)eclub wis held last night lu
tlie club room in the Buckingham block.
The attendance was large, indicating that,
as the camptign approaches, interest in
pilitics is o-i the increase. President Asa
Hatt li calle 1 the uie ting to order, and M:
J. J. bnvder acted as secretar) pro. temp
The secretar) pr-sente.1 intition for
nieiiiiierslilp from W. C. Brown, W. b.
Heister, W. F. H-ister, Willi tin Ratio. J.
It bchuman and P b Dver The peti
tions were referred to a i-pec-ial committee,
consisting of Messrs George Dial, Chase
.Me war; and J. L Kiddar. and iu fifteen
minutes that committee reported in favor of
the applicants The) were thereupon
t lected members of the club. Mr. J.J.
bn) tier, as chairman of the committee on
applications for membership, reported fa-
vorabl) on the loi:olng, and thev were
dul) elected members- M. b Wade, E b.
Keli), Charles K Johnston, J. II. Sher
wood and W. b llatchelor.
Judge Yoing, of the special committee
on hats, appoui.ed at the last meeting of
the club, reported that Mr. I. E Bancroft
had off ereil to furnish the club with an)
number of a lute plug hits (asamn'eof
which was shown) for el V) each and have
them hero b) in xt Tuesda).
lhe matter was full) disous ed tu 1 the
club fin til) idopted the hit offeretbyMr.
llaucrott, and instructed the committee
to order one hundred of the hats at once
Mr. Cln-e btewart of tLe committee on
ba lges. reported that the coinm ttee had
done some work and had secured a number
of samples whiih were passed around for
inspection None of the samples were
s.itisf a"tor) . however, and the c miinittee
was continued with Instructions to report
at the nt xt meeting a ltsign for a badge
that would cot abmt fif ) or sixt) cents
CapL. J. K Ambrose resigned his nos Hon
as grand marshal of the c'ub nd the res
ignation was a-cented I nder the rules
the election ot his su-tessor liad to go over
for one w eek.
Mr A. O Huffman w is appointed grand
mirslml for the pinde of the club at the
bherniin lu'cting next 'Iuesdiv eve ung.
1 In-elect! ii of .1 secretar) vice Ihouias
(5 Brown, resign si. was then in order.
fliere were two nominees fur the olice. A
C Morrill and J. J bn)der. The vote was
then taken an I Mr bi-yder wvs successful,
receiving 1 g d in ijo'lt) ot the votes cast
Mr. MotIII Ii I nit want the office and re-
ipie-ted his frlen Is to vote for Mr. bnvder
Mr b i)d -r is a stium h republic 111 and will
make an excellent "c-crettr). The meeting
soon af terw an! a J journed.
Hurl, of Springtielil CmltriiLtors tiipetl
"estwda) vve madt m-ntion," "a)s the
L'roiua Citizen, "of tlie umce being
served oiibolicitor Chance lo "top the work
of the bridges b) U isscll Bros , of bpring-
neld. We gav e then what could lie learned
of the matter. The plaintiffs in the case
cannot be IearaeI and for that reason the
prime in iver in stopping the bridges Is not
koown. It is claimed that the bpringheld
stone and the Covington and Pnpi-1 stone
all costs the same at the quarries, but It
costs a little more ti li ive bpringheld stone
delivered here than the others The mo
tion of "Mr. Bemis was to allow Mr. Kus
"ell to use bpilugheld stone in place ot
Covington or Pepia, provided the) would
fn'hll the speci.it -ltion "
The sb ive mi) b verv clear to the resi
dents of I'rlnm but to the average reader
there is a ver) deeidc-d tinge of ambiguity
Milllm r tlpeoln
The K. A. botidt r store having just re
movesl to .S.S south Limestone street will
have their fall and winter opening of
French and domestic pattern hats and bon
nets at their new room baturday. Monda)
ami Tue"da), Ot tober S. 10. 11. It will be
one of tlie grandest affairs ot the kind ever
witnessed b) the ladies of bpringheld and
vicinit). All are cordiall) invited.
Miss Annie Potter and Mr. Charles Por
ter, daughter and son of ex-Governor Por
ter, of Indianapolis, who were in the citv
I attending the Cobb-Goode wedding last
I night, returned home today.
FRANCIS E. WILLARD.
The Energetic and Eloquent President of
the National Women's Christian
lllo;raplilrnl Skelrh ,ir TliU Kemnrki.1.1
Wmnnii-XX lint "li Hhm Arcnm.
plialKil-P.rl nine VV.irM-
Ulile Itrier lll.lnrr
This (Tliurstli)) t veiling Miss Francis
E. Willard, national presidi nt of the W.
C. T. IT , will leotureat tliewigwain Iiefore
the Ohio W C. T. lT , now in se"si.in in
this cit). Miss Willard is one of tlie real!)
remarkable womt n of this countr). and the
following "ketch of her and her count ction
with temperante work, will be read with
interest and pleasure
Francis Elizabeth Willard was born nea
Koehester. V Y but spent the grettt r
part of her chlldhoixl on a Wisconsin frm
blie gave earl) promNeof her future liter
ar) attainments, and at the age of sixteen
took a prize from the Illinois Agricultural
boeiet) for ail ess) on Co int') Homes "
Some three ars later she entered tho
Women's college at Evanaton, III . where
she not on!) graduated with high honors.
but was called after graduation to the chair
of natural science. From this she was
called to various educational iiositiooi of
iniiiortanc, and her career as a wacher
whs brilliant She has b en an aspiration
to about J 000 pupils At the high tide
of her intel'ectual lifo tho W. C. T. IT.
invited her to give up all her flattering
prospects and I lentif) herself with their
fettble and unpopul ir cause, and Into the
work of saving men from drunkards' grave
she threw hersilt with ail the intensit) of
her nature. Her time, her hue culture, her
strength, her heart, her ouI -all were con
secratednothing was kept back.
ine work sno has personally accom
plished during tlie last ten )ears is miracu
lous. She lias sometimes kept
Th". "rri.rTal.lr- VTHOU.
Some years she lias traveled 30,000 miles,
writing on the cars nearly all her speeches
and articles for the press Sh has visited
ever) town in the I'nited States of 10,000
population, and most of those with onl)
.1,000. organizing branches of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union. For ten
)ears she delivered on an average a speech
a da). Miss Willard, in 1S76. came out for
woman's ballot as a wtapjn of home pro
tection, and endured mucn contradiction for
the sake of that cause As presideut of
the Woman's Christian Temjieranc Union
of Illinois, she led a movement for worn
an's right to vote on the question of licens
ing the saloon under local option law.
Miss lllard vv as corresponding secretary
of the national W. C. T. L' from its found
ing, in 1S74, until her re-signation iu lS7f.
In 1573 she was made president of the so
ciety, a position which she now holds. The
other general officers are Mrs. Callie B.
Uuell, corresponding secretar); Mrs. Mar)
A. Woodbridge. recording stvretar); Mrs.
L M. N. btevens, assistant recording sec
retar), and Miss Esther Pugh, treasurer.
Ihusociet) is the direct outgrowth of the
woman's temperance cruside Iu Ohm, be
gun in Hillsboro. December 23, 187.5, bv
Mrs Eliza '1 rimble riieiupson and her co
adjubirs. Dr. D10 Lewis, of Boston, bad
proposed the plan in a lecture the evening
befre. As a result of this rapidl) Increas
ing movement, tlie
I ICifOI. THAU 1CW V.S M.IV1.N OL T
of J50 towns iii lift) da)s, but It soon
sprang up again, and tlie women determ
ined upon organized and systematic effort.
tar this purpose a prelimiiiir) com
mittee met at tlie Chautauqua bun
da) school asvinbl) in the summer
of 1S74. Mrs. Jennie F. Willing was
chairman, and Mrs. Emily Huntington Mil
ler secretary of that committee. Mrs Annie
ittenmyer. of Philadelphia, was the hrst
pre"ident of tlie soeiet), which was formtsl
111 Cleveland, O , in November, lb74. This
soeiet) is now regular!) orgauized in ever)
state and terntor) of the United btates,ami
numbers about 10,000 local auxiliaries. with
a following of from J0O.0OO to 100 000 wo
men, whose bailee is the white ribbon, and
whose motto i" "For God and Home and
Xative Land" Its work is divided into
fort) departments, with a superintendent
national, state and local at the head of
each, and is grouped under the head of pre
ventive, etiuc itional. evangelistic, social
and legal work, besides the department ot
organization It is non-sectional and
mm sectarian, and is a union of women,
north and soutu, fcr the pjrposeof training
the children, educating classes, and outlaw
ing the liquor traffic. It is tlie largest
soeiet) ever founded and conducted ex
clusive!) b) women. The head
quarters are 111 Chicago, where the soeiet)
has established a Women's Temperance
Publication association, which sent out in
Iss'over J0,000,0j0 piges of temperance
literature, aud publishes live periodicals,
beside leaflets, books, etc. It has a lecture
bureau, a Xatloual Temperance Hospital,
and ills building a temperance, temple for
the accommodation of its various depart
ments The seieutihc temperai ce educa
tion laws, novv ofierative in twent) two
btatesand Territories, were secured bv the
W. C. I'. V.. under the leadership of Mrs.
Mar) II Hunt, of Boston.
In Isii Miss Willard founded the
World's Woman's Christitn Temperance
Union on the same plan as thut of the
IT HCS Vl.lll. Ml spi.l VII
to the baudwich Islands. Japan. India,
China, ami Iargel) through the effort of
Mrs. viar) Clement I.eavttt, of Boston
Mr". Margaret Bright Lucas, of En
gland, is president. Miss Willard
nrst vice-president, and Mrs. Hannah
Whltall Smith, of Philadelphia, corre-
"ponding secretar). Grat Britain and
Canadi are well org inized. In ISsJ Miss
illard liecame a member of tlie central
committee of the national prohibition part) ,
ana is luiiuential In its coun"e!s. She was
for a brief period editor of the Chicago
ill ciitiitf .is. and for three ui inths assist
ed iu Mr. Mood)'s meetings in Boston, in
IS""!, 111 conpan) with her private secre-
tir). Mi"S Anna A. Gordon, she visited
ever) state and terntor) of the United
btaies to organize and strengthen the
women's temperance work, bhe is super
intendent of the depirtinent of work for
thu prouiotien of social puritv, co-operating
with the White Cross soeiet), aud 111 its in
terests has spoken in all the large cities of
the Union, circulating throughout the
United btates, a petition for the protec
tion of women. She is also the author of
the wtnld's petition, now in circu!atin.
calling upon all governments to put awav
the tratlio iu alcoholic liquors and opium
lulS"! under commission of the National
W. C. T. V.. she carried a memorial to
each of the four Nliticl conventions for
the nomination of President of the United
States Mi-s lllard is tlie author of
"Xineteen Beautiful Years," published In
lSsiklbv Harper Brothels, and recentl) re
ptib'ished iu England with an Introdm Hon
b) John G Whittler. She has also written
"Women and Temimrauce," which gives a
complete account of the movement; "Hints
and Helps." a handbook of methods, and
"How to Win," a series of sisterly talks to
Heath of an Xaett citizen.
Died on Wetlnesda) afternoon at the
residence of his son. Mr. b. T. Irvine, OS
West Jefferson sircet, Mr. Samuel Irvine,
in Ins bi'.tli )ear. 'lhe funeral services
will be held at his residence on Fridav af
ternoon at .! o'cloc k. Interment at Ftrn
cliff. Iriends are invited.
Another Death rrom Diphtheria.
The funeral of Ktliel Young, daughter of
Mr. Luke L. Young, the engineer, who
tiled of diphtheria, took place from the
famll) residence this afternoon at J o'clock.
Ladies don't fail to attend the inlllinery
opening of the IL JjJ Souder store at their
new room, :tt south Limestone street, Sat
urda), Monda) and Tuesda), October 8U1,
10th and 11th.
Try Wheldon A Merrill for coal.
A NEW SCHEME.
The I. II t W. iiikI . I X O. to t 1-
rhmige Freight nt IlitrlOn
On Wrdnesda) Mr I II Wilson ujper
intendent of the I. B .V W roan, and Mr
W II Van Tassel, superintendent of the
Ohio boutht rn. went out to Durbin. just
west of this cit). in a special trihi, to meet
the officials of the P '(I llirbin
Is the station at the juiu lion of the I B A
W. and X. Y. I. O . and it is proposed
to make it the transfer point of the freight
which is to be transferred from one mad to
the other. The conference between
the officials of the two. roads
Is held for tlie purpo-e of
appointing an agent who shall act
joint!) for both roads, hxlng his salar) and
crranging lor ills clerks lhe freight bust
nessdone at Durbin will be considerable,
as tin Inter-t hange of trtfl'i between the
1. B A W. and V. Y I O will ami. . ,t
to betAeen lr0 and Joo c irs a dav r
minor details of the new scheme will bi tr
raged at the Joint meeting of theoftinV".
lhe above was prepared for Wi-lnes-
ua) s paper, hutwascrowibslout. Me"srs
Wilson and Van Tassel, of the I B .. W .
concluded their business t Durbin on
WVInesdav afternoon. Mr. Clark, of tlie
V. Y. P. A O was made j int agent
Two car inspectors, one for night and the
other for day dot), will lie apiniinted todav
or tomorrow, so that the) can go to work
on Saturda) when the nev arrange
ment goes into effect, Vight and
da) telegraph oiierators will also be on
duty. The houses for the car Inspectors
and their tools and material -v ere locate I
on Wednesday and will be Iminedmteh
erected. The eld target hou will b
moved from Its present location to a point
west of the Intersection of the N Y P. A
O. and I. B. A W. main tracks. The I I!
.t vv . already has a suflHent amount of
side track, but It will be necessary for the
V. Y. P. O. to la) about i.000 additional
feet of track This will be done at out e
The transfer of freight between the two
roads now takes place at Urban t, but on
and after next Satinlay all transfers of
east and west bound cars will be made at
Durbin, except such cars from the east and
north as are intended for Sprlnghld and
Columbus These will, asheretofore.be
transferred at Urbana.
The new arrangement will be a great con
venience to both roads, and will very ma
teriall) relieve tlie pressure on the I. B. A
W. )ards in this cit) and shorten the trams
both arm ing and departing.
OFF FOR CALIFORNIA.
. lJrge Tarty Leave, vin the
. II. A VV.
rir the Facltle Coast.
One of those elegant Mitchell parlor chair
cars, witli teiit)-two large chairs and two
state rooms, left on the I. li. A W. railvva)
at irjs. rilled with tourists from our cit)
en route for tlie Pacitic coast, among whom
were the following: Mrs. S. A. Cummings
and family, Mr. W. II. Black and family,
Mr. Wright Couklln and wire. Mrs. W. A.
Hance, Miss Minnie Matteson, Miss De
Motte, Miss Mary Kearns, Miss Mary Gen
ner. Mrs. It. Davis. H. Kunklersq , Prof.
A. S Aston. Mr. W. II. Wood. Mr. J. II.
McDoel, Mr. O. P. Johnson. Mr. J. T. Per
kins. Mr. A. A. Koblnson. Mr. P.
J. 1 lager man and others. This parti
was accompanied by D. II. Itoche
general agent of the company at this (sii.it
who goes to Kansas Cit). where he ees
the parties eafely located In tourbt cars.for
their different destinations.
At the solicitation of the poj ular Iceal
ticket agent, Mr. llefferman. tl e Big six
band pla) ed a few select piec es appropn ite
for the occasion, which wa fullv appre
ciated by the tourists and their friends.
The satlsfactor) treatment received from
the bauds of the I. B. A. W. people will uo
doubt add largely to the uuubers that will
leave on er about the Jlth Instant over th
ALL ABOUT A CIRL.
I'irer Assaults Ills "urces.riil
KtT.il RDtt tli I aily.
The) had quite a row at Terre Haute,
Sunday night, sa)s the Urbana Citt-cn. A
part) of )oung people on the road from
church were assaulted b) Win. and Amos
Lee and the girls jostled about right liveh
It seems that Jasper lilose and Wm Let
were both aspiring to be the "chosen one."
for a certain oung lad) 111 that viunlt) and
Blose beat the time of L-e. Tins angern!
the defeated rival, and asabiliufor his
disappointment he decided to get even with
Biose. Some time ago they ha 1 an t lcoiih-
tcr, but neither came out wctnrious. Sun
da) evening as Blose anu the girls at re go
ing home from church, L-e jump-sl in to
ihrash his rival. The girls attemnttd to
stop the matter aud settle the raiitaukeioiis
Lee. l'reseutl) Lees brother came to the
assistance of his brother and pushed the
girls around rather ruuglil). The fraca-
was nnall) stopped and Amos was arrested
and taken before the justice of Terre
Haute. Miss Annie Davis whtr-e dres
was torn in addition to bein 1 struck in tlie
affair, had Wm. L-e arrested for as-a lit
The hearing was hadbeforeMa)or Gtnson.
ana alter atrial. Lee changed his id, a to
guilt), aud his line andcosLs amounted to
The Flower Mission Entertainment .intl
Another meeting of the la lies of the
Flower Mission was held this morning to
make further arrangements fur the proposed
entertainment to be given soon f,r the pur
pose of raising money to carry on tlie woik
during the winter. Nothing definite wa
decided upon at the meeting this mornirg.
but more definite announcement of the
character of the entertainment can be made
in a few da)S. It is likely, however, that
the performance will consist of a short,
crisp operetta, such as "11 Jacob." or "A
Xew Year's Meeting." and a light and
brief comedv. The "Milk-maids' Drill"
has been given up. as it would have con
flicted with a previous!) arranged enter
taiumtnt by the Congregational church.
Miss Mar) bhellabarger. of Washington,
D. C, will send on the music iu a few
It is expected that the entertainment will
be given within the next three week", ami
there Is a strong sentiment iu favor of lav
ing it in a private parlor instead of a public
hall. Most of the vocal talent will tie de
rived from outside the Flower Mission.
EARNINCS AND EXPENSES.
The Pan Handle. Little Ml.nnl llliUlun,
liue. llig Rilsiness Fatalities.
The report of the 1'ittsburg, Cincinnati
and bt. Loubi Kulua) compan), operating
the Little Miami, Columbus and Xeiiia,
Da) ton, Xenia and llelpre and Da ton ami
Western roads, 17 miles of track, w is hied
Wt-dnesda) witli Itailroad Commissioner
Capeller. It shows grov earnings for the
ear of So,33.3:t4. an increase of i' .is p r
cent. oer mose 01 last ear. Tlie earn
ings from the passenger spr ice were S9s',-
835, and from freight s-LOSiksor. The op
erating expenses for the ear were 5 !.51J.-
120, making the net earnings Si mo 214
There were seventeen fatal ace dents on
the road during the )ear and twent) -eight
Mr. Theo. J. Rebert, a promising oung
school teacher, and Miss Maude Uupert. an
estimable and very worthy )ouug lad),
both residing southwest of the cit). will be
united in the happy ties of wedlock on
Wednesday evening, October U.
At Ehrenhart's winter opening Saturday.
Monday and Tuesday. You can hav
choice of twent) -five nCw il SIS and 330
French patterns for 8 10. Don't pay more.
Miss Maggie Coen ha arrived home after
a few weaks visit with Mends la Chicago.
" sS; SO LlmcHtonc,
I'ave received the following New Good": Xi
1 1.AIli" In choice combinations , new si
plies of our fast selling Hfiy 1 ent Alt wool
uej eiiiiuiKs, meuesiercau wool suitings;
the best lie all wool suitings.
In all wo.il Hl-vck Surah erge. Vic. worth 65c.
Ne Plushes and civets frumtSoc.
m urn 1
Ana Om.mTitt.. much all shadet Silks
aud lnrs tou4.
Will carry your packages,
market baskets, get your um
brella, gossamer or wraps.
carry your dinner, notes or
letters, distribute invitations,
advertising matter, etc., etc.
20 cents per hour ; 10 cents
per half hour.
I. il GUGENHEIM'S
WILL BE OCCUPIED Bt
J. T. TIME
DEALER IX STAPLE AXD FASCT
64 SOUTH LIMESTONE.
GEO. I. Oil
73 AND 75 EAST JIAIS ST.
3 MANTELS, S
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Ztd BLINDS, c
L GIL CLOTHS, 7
En BIRD CAGES, S3
PfllTE BOARDING HOUSE.
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ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE
Xo.llb'-fV Maln.V K. Corner Factory.
TtA.TK!S: 1 to Sl-SO per day; ud
lo. anil MH per week.
W. A. GROSS & 0.,
' West Main Street. Old Drlscoll Building.
Springfield. . Office open day and night.
Kesldeoce over Offlee.
Dr. Frank C. Ruiyaa,
v-jKorpajj m unv. law
Dr. Levitt E. Custer,
Preservation of natural teeth b lateat ap
proved method. Strictly Ont-elaM work
K. Hlh HU. ne ntealev
DR. H. R. DOScCH,
Operatlac Dentlatn Speclalttv