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ter Dry Gttdt which I jvst purchased in the East, and
which you will find tt be not only cheap, but the best values '
si farheard of In this city. Everything in the store newl
and attractive, and my prices for first-class goods will be
the lewest. No baits thrown out to attract your attention,
and advance the prices on seme other articles of greater.
value, of which you may not be good judges. My motto will
be square and honorable dealing, no bulldozing. When you
come to my store you are net
Ittds purchased of me, should seme not prove satisfactory
after get'ing them home, said purchasers will be allowed
the privilege ef exchanging for any other goods in the store
for same amount Prompt and polite attention shown to all
customers whether thsy purchase or not. I will open and
continue my new stere wiih following prices :
Silk and Dress Goods Department.
Black Silks at 49c, 75c, 98c, $1.25, $1.35, $1.39 and $1.49.
JOECtsr WBENg ZCsTEW MARKET ST. STORE. 37 Ss 29 BOntfa.
MEN'S UNDERWEAR
FRONT VIEW
The "Chest Shield" In all grades. Com
plete Hues of Camel's Hair. Scarlet,
White and Clouded Merinos,
and winter weight Balbriggan.
Ike Shirt Maker, Hatter ud Fur
nisher, 5 East MaltlStrtet.
PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
FBKK ADVERTISING.
OX AND AFTER Today the Springfield Dill
Riftblic will Insert neb "ads"' aWanU"
"Lost." "For Rent," "For Sale." etc.. In this
column one time tree, three times tor tweatj
fle cents, and six times tor flrtr cents.
THE SPRIMOFIKLD PUB- CO.
May23.1S$7.
WANTED.
WANTED Stenographer who owns and can
use type-writer; steady position in city.
Enquire byletter. Lockbox 413. Sea
"Iir.VNTEl-Hlirl to do general housework In
M a small family, fall at 308 south Lime
stone street. cornerMaple. 2isa
WANTED Two good men to canvass the
city lor aflrst-class selling antrle: one
per week will afford fair wage.. Call at4.il
south Market street at 7 .o'clock any evening.
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TTTANTED Four gentlemen boarders at 2S
't Linden arenu: rery eonrenienno me
New Champion or Bar and Knife works. 255r
ITTANTCD-A reliable man to represent our
?T nurseries tn this section. Something
permsnent. Ch&s. II. Stuart Jc Co.. nursery
men. Newark. New York, established 1851.
WANTED All kinds of clothes wringers to
repair: called tor and delivered: order
by mall promptly attended to. 8. St. Miller.
164 Welt Main.
FOR SALE
FOR SLE Will take a good vacant lot for
first ptyment and long time for balance at
6 per cent. Interest, a good eight-room house
with attic, large front and back porches, good
stable, grape arbor, reel clothes line, fruit
trees, a nice lawn; lot about four feet higher
than street. Address F. W.. this office. Zifit
FORSLE-FARU-l&) acres.5 miles south
of Dayton. O; two complete sets of farm
buildings: eicellent tobacco land. Call on or
address A. L.CIrke.3or 5 Arcade building.
Springfield. Ohio gUmt
FOR RENT
nnn tt-VT VI.. fn..l.i.4 fmntrAAminlt.
r able for young men. at No 19 Spring st.
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FOR KENT A new house of 5 rooms on East
street, within one square of the Xew
Champion shops; city and cistern water and
good cellar Inquire ot Thomas Sharp. 237tf
COR RENT House of eight rooms. In good
T repair, within tosquares of tbepostoffice.
For further particulars, see or address. J. h.
Heffelfinger. Springfield. O. --tf
FOR REXT Tno. three or fonr furnished
rooms for housekeeping, centrally located.
Reference required. Address b.S.. this office.
FOR RENT-From one t four rooms, cen
trally located.lth first class accommoda
tions; rent cheap: noimbutgood nxylng ten
ant need apply. Inquire ot Thos. sharp.
MONEY TO LOAN.
IfONEY TO LOAN-Insumsof tVOto 17.000. 1
m. on three to nve years lime, ou ni mort
gage or approved commercial paper, ueorge
U.Coles roomNo.l. Lagonda bant building.
LOST.
LOST Last night at the wigwam. a long wool
scarf, with alternate stripes of black and
red Finder please leave at No.SS west Main
street and receive reward. 23a
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NOTICE THE "TOURIST" HAT FOR
Dry Goods Store in the City, to
compeneo to ouy, and any
Remember, the Opening
CALIFORNIA
TOURISTS!
And others are reminded that the best
thing they can do is to purchase a
E
Before starting. Wltn this and a Utile
alcohol, a cup uf tea can be prepared ; also,
bread toasted and other food cooked In a
few moments without trouble or risk. Dr.
Casper. Druggist, has thera at "-c. 40c and
TV: each. They are also very useful in every
household. Also, don't start ou a Journey
without some
PURE BRANDY OR WINE,
Or other medicine to use In case of sick
ness. Dr. Camper has a full supply or all
kinds needed. The nuallty the best and
prices the lonest, at
GASPER'S Drug Store,
rtsheraHloek. MalDHtret,3U Door West
or LtmMioar.Sprlngfleltl.
COMING KVEXTS.
GiiANrt. Friday and Saturday evenings,
October 7 and 8, with Saturday matinee,
engagement of the eminent tragedian, Rob
ert Downing.
Black's Saturday, October Stli, Dan.
Sully in "Daddy Nolan."
frFlEIMlFIELII MKETINOS.
Tuesday. October 11. Evening, at wig
wam: Senator Sherman, ex-Governor E. F.
Xoyes.
Mond y. October 17. Afternoon and
evening: General V. II. Gibson and Major
Win. McKinley. Afternoon meeting on
Monument Square, evening meeting at wig
wam.
Friday. October H. Evening, at wig
wam: Hon. George C. Haulms. Judge
John (J. .Miller and J. 11. itaubitts, esq.
Wednesday. November 3 Evening, at
wigwam: Governor J. II. Foraker.
COl'XTT MEETING.
Friday. October 7. Evening, at I.aw-
renceviile: Wm. M. Kockel, eo.. and John
riunimer, exj
Saturday. Octobers. Evening, at Moore-
field: J. II. Kabbitts, esq., and John 1
I'luuimer, esq.
Tuiday. October 8. Evening, at New
Carlisle: Hon. T. J. l'ringle and William
M. Kockel, esq.
Saturday. October 8. Evening, at I'itch
ln: Hon. G. C. IJawlius and E. S. Wal
lace, esq.
Wednesday, October 12. evening, at
Dolly Varden: J. F. McGrew, esq . and
Judge John C. Miller.
Wednesday. October 12 Evening, at
Catawba: E. S. Wallace, eq.. and Hon. W.
L. Weaver.
Thursday. Octobrr 13. Evening, at
School district No. 5: J. 11. jUbbitts. eq..
ann u. f. aerviss.
Saturday. October 13. Evening, at
South Charleston: Hon. D. K. Watsou and
Oear T. Martin, esq.
Friday. October 21. Evening, at New
Carlisle: Gen. C. 11. Grosveuor and Hon.
I). K. Watson.
Kxcurslnns to ColunibUN, for K. T. En
campment, via I'enu. Lines.
The Pennsylvania lines west of Pitts
burg will sell excursion tickets to Colum
bus. October 11 and 12. at low round trip!
rates, account the Knights lemplar con
clave. For full information apply to the
nearest agent of the Pittsburg. Cincin
nati A SL Ixuis railway company.
237meod
I Ladies go to the 1L E. Souder millinery
'opening at meir new room, :k; south i.tme-
' " street, and see those lovely English
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iaiieui. lurj aic JUIIC llic illlllK. All OTU
cordially invited.
A Cakd. To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
w.aknes. early decay, loss of manhood,
etc, I will send a receipt that will cure you.
free of charge. This great remedy was
discoercd by a missionary in South Amer
ica. Send self-addressed envelope to Kev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station 1). New York
City.
Ir- Yfell.
"Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy.
But not eipresied in fancy; rich, not gaudy.
For the apparel oft proclaims the man."
Shakspeare.
Nature has not been so lavish in her gifts
that we can afford to desnlse them, and anv
I assistance that we can render, in thj way
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tractive as possible, should be cheerfully
given.
As our friend Sliakspeare says, a man
should dress as well as his means will jus
tify, and there is no surer means of attain
ing tins end than by examining the select.
new fall shipments of the justly celebrated
Clay Worsteds for dress purposes: the ele
gant line of overcoatings, gray, black and
blue Elysiaus, Ratines and Montagnacs
now offered to the public by Jason W. Phil
lips. No. S9 east Main streeL
These goods are the newest, dressiest and
most genteel patterns that money can buy.
and to the purchaser a stylish, well-made,
perfectly-fitting garment is assured.
PQCKETGOOKSTOV
My Black Silks from 98c to $1.49 are warranted to wear
satisfactorily.
Colored Silks at 49c, 75c and 98c. Cheapest goods
ever heard of in Springfield
Black Satins at 34c49c, 69c and 89c. Great bargains.
Great variety of colored Plushes and Velvets at 74c,
gac and SI.24. Every desirable color in stock.
My Black Cashmeres at 44c, 49c, 59c, 69c and 79c,
cannot duplicated in any other house in the city at prices
named.
Colored Dress Goods in Endless Variety.
English Cashmeres and Serges at 10c, 12c, 14c, 19c and
25c. Best value made.
Tricots and Wool Suitings at less than manufacturers'
prices. Cheapest goods on earth.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
Over 200 different styles in Cloaks for ladies, misses
will be Saturday next,
LOCAL BREVITIES.
TheJarbeau "Starliglif company went
to Dayton this morning.
Auditor O. F. Serviss went to Urbana
this morning on business.
Police Court Clerk Morrill was ill yester
day, but is able to be on duty today.
Mr. J. Henry Gardner Is now leader of
the Great Western band at Sandusky.
Mr. 1. E. Bancroft, the hatter, is able to
be ab tut today, after his severe accident
Monday.
Dr. Henry Cushman and wife, of Ix
gansporL Ind., are the guests of Mr.
James Cushtnan.
Dr. E. Myers, wife and little son left
tills morning for Atlanta, Georgia, where
they will probably locate.
Mrs. Tom Crosby, who his keen visiting
her parents at Ileliefontaine for several
days, returns home this evening.
Mr. Kobert Downing and company ar
rived in the city, this morning from Coltim-
ojs. They are quartered at 'the Arcade.
The Springfield Planing Mill and l.mn
b?r company lias brought suit against Min
nie Jlolno and K. G. Dial, guardian, to
foreclose a mechanic's lien ofj$S00.
Mr. I. F. McDonald, union labor candi
date for lieutenant governor, and Hon. Ben
Colvm, of Michigan, will speak at Urbana
touigliL Mr. Dan Kissell and quite a num
ber of the union labor party went to Ur
bana today to attend the meeting.
A DELICHTFUL SURPRISE.
Ml Mallle Boynolds Kntertalo by
Company of Friend..
Wednesday evening Miss Mollie Rey
nolds, a charming young lady of North
Lewisburg, was delightfully surprised at
the resident of her sister. No. 6S west
Pleasant street, by her many friends. The
evening was spent in dancing. For those
who did not care to dance, card tables were
prepared. A mong tiie guests present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Kodncy Albin. Misses
Sarah Steilic, Ada Rook Dishler. Maud
Hngerman. Mary Ray, Mollie Jordan. Rosie
Rhliieheimer, Katie Jordan, Hettie Steilic,
Grace Ilamish. Maggie Rcss. MarySchulte.
Dora NunlisL Carrie Carson, Cora Foster,
Lizzie Kraus, and Messrs. Fabein Cody,
James Jordan. Thomas Garrity, II. Orler,
T. Hanigaii, T. Hogan, C. McAuliffe, John
Moore. J. P. Liddv. Jesse Colisher. J.
Moore. Austin Allen, E. Myers. Bert Pence,
Charlie Fanning, Charlie Ross, George Cuu
nlughain, Charlie Kiln, John Connells.
George Eagle and Arch Crispin.
Refreshments were served in elegance
and abundance about midnight, and a little
later the company bade one another good
J nl jht.
HEAVILY DOSED.
Judge Young Hau-lir. .Some Petty Thteies
Without Cloves.
In the police court yesterday afternoon.
Judge Young made matters decidedly in
teresting for several petty offenders.
Steve Mosby, drunk and disorderly, got
SI and costs; the same, for resisting officers.
Slo and costs; Fit Green, drunk. S10 and
costs; Lib Kelly, drunk and disorderly. 810
and costs; Tom Madden, disorderly, S5 and
costs. Jesse Erskin was convicted of lar
ceny, and was lined the costs and sent to
jail fr thirty days. Dan Bolin and Nick
Orube were also arraigned and cjn.-'cted of
larreny. Judge Young fined Belin the
costs and ordered him to the Dayton work
house for thirty days, and fined Grobe SSO
and costs and sent him to the work house
for thirty days.
Mike Kelly, charged with disorderly con-
uuci. v. r. Kinaie, charged with drunk
enness, and Win. Brannen. charged witli
disorderly conduct, were dismissed.
LADIES OF THE THIRD LUTHERAN.
Slufttcnl lrogrAinme of Their Supper and
Kntertalliiiient This Kiening.
The following is the musical programme
to be rendered tonight at the supper and en
tertainment to be given by the ladies or the
Third Lutheran church, in the new church
building, on the comer of Center and Lib
erty streets:
Oierture The Silver Bell R. Schlepegrell
i'numere! Schumann
City Cadets .March
..C II. Hulse.alrby E. C Wolston
La Berceuse Waltz . K. Waldtenfel
Overture Chevalier Breton. .Hermann
sacred. od be .Merciful..... .. Kmerson
America. .. .. .11. Carrey
The admission will be twenty cents, which
includes a good square supper, which will
be served from 5 o'clock.
Ladies remember you can have your
choice of ail our imported patterns for Slu.
Twenty-five new ones just received. Don't
pay 815. SIS and S20 until you have seen
them at Ehrenhart's Saturday, Monday
and Tuesday.
Try Wheldou & Merrill for coaL
which the People
Absolutely New Stock
October 8. Be sure to
BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS.
Brilliant "Starlight" Lust .Mglit-llanl-aorae
Kobert Downing as "Npartacua"
Itnn Sully.
The audience which witnessed the per
formance of "Starlight," by Miss Vernona
Jarbeau and her company, at the Grand last
night was not latge, but It made up for its
small size by its wonderful enthusiasm.
It is seldom indeed that a play is so
warmly received by a Springfield audience
as was "Starlight" last night The audi
ence was enthusiastic from first to last and
with good cause. "Starlight" is a capital
framework upon which the cleverest com
pany of comedians that ever visited Spring
held hang charming music and admirable
specialty business. Miss Jarbeau was ex
quisite both in her singing and in her act
ing, and such brightness, cleverness and
chic as she exhibited have not for many a
day been seen on a Springfield stage. Her
imitations were excellent aud her singing
of "I'm so Shy." was heartily encored.
Tiie supporting was admirable, Mr. Rising,
Mr. Carroll and Mr. StaudisU being espe
cially good.
it is probable thai the company will ap
pear here later in the season in a benefit for
tue tins, and tf it does, it will be greeted
by a crowded house.
IIAXIlsosiE KonEIIT IlOWNINO.
The engagement of the brilliant young
tragedian, Robert Downing, under the man
agement of .Mr. Joseph II. Mack, begins at
the Grand tonight That magnificent pro
duction of "Spartacus." witli which Man
ager Mack has surrounded him. will be the
bill. At tin; matinee tomorrow lie will be
be seen as "Ingomar." It was in tlds char
acter he was so successful witli Mary An
derson. Green-room gossip gives Mr. Downing
thecrtslitof being the only man who ever
thawed the ice which is popularly supposed
to encase Miss Anderson's heart When
she went abroad it was given to be under
stood that she had left the stage for thre
years, upon a physician's order, and would
devote that period to rest and recupera
tion. Her company was disbanded, and
she crossed the ocean. Not long afterward
she organized a company in England, aud,
when she returned to this country, she
brought that company with her. Knowing
ones whisper that the true reason for this
move was the desire of "Papa" Griffin to
separate Miss Anderson from Mr. Downing,
in order to prevent an impending matrimo
nial alliance. However this may be. it is
certain that Mr. Downing U highly es
teemed by Miss Anderson, both as a gen
tlemen and an actor; and it is tiertinent to
add. that tills opinion is shared by all who
Know mm.
Tomorrow night lie will be seen as Marc
Anthony, in Shakspeare's tragedy, "Julius
Ca-sar." It is a character in which he has
made some of his greatest successes while
supporting hdwm Booth, and other eminent
stars. Manager Mack promises to nut on
both Ingomar and Julius C.esar in the same
excellent manner that he does Spartacus,
and with the full strength of the excep
tionally fine company.
11A.V sri.i.Y.
At Black s cm Saturday evening. October
bth. Mr. Dan bully and his admirable com
pany will produce "Daddy Nolan." Of the
play and performance, the New York Tiincn
says:
"Last Monday night Mr. Dan'l Sully pro
duced his new comedy called 'Daddy No
lan.' at the Fifth Avenue theater, and
scored a complete triumph. The piece is
better than "Corner Grocery.' and tells a
j straightforward story from start to finish.
me nrst act is a happy blending of humor
and pathos, with a particularly strong end
ing. In the second act the audience is in
troduced to Daddy Nolan in poverty. The
scene is very lively, and kept the eopIe in
front of the footlights in roars of laughter.
In the last act, a scene on Brookivn Heiehts.
the company introduced a number of clever
specialties, .Mr Mat Arnold being especial
ly good. The scenery of the play is the
best ever seen on that stage.and would be a
credit to any theater."
Seats are ou sale at Pierce's.
Mr.
Hold I'sea a I'alrlc Furnace, Mmle In
hprlngfleld.
Whiteiaw Reidof the New York Tribune
has finished his new house at Cedarville,
and it is undoubtedly the finest house by all
odds in the county. The heating of it has
been a great problem for him to solve, but
he has done so. He will put in the Patric
furnace, and the work will be done bv Sir.
J. B. Fleming of this city. Mr. Fleming
is also putting in furnaces for Dr. H. R.
McCleilan. Charles Darlington, T. E.
Seroggy and P. R. Schnebly. Xenia
TonlilluM.
I.ftst Chnnce tg West at Low Kates.
On October 10 the Bee Line will run an
other one of their popular harvest excur
sions to the west which will be the last one
this season, tickets will be sold for one
rare for the round trip to principal points
in Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, Kansas and
Nebraska, also to certain sections ot the
south. Call on Bee Line agents for par
ticulars. -J38b
Ask your grocer for O. II. NefTs pure
appie ciuer vinegar, ior pickling, it is excellent
of Springfield
in Every Department.
and children, at prices away down. Special inducements in
Plush Cloaks; really 20 per cent, less than same qualiy
can be purchased for in the city. Be sure and examine them
before you purchase elsewhere.
BLANKETS! BLANKETS!
Over 1,000 pairs of Blankets at 75c, 98c, $1.25, $1.49
$1.98, $2.49, $2.89, $3.49, $4.49 and $5. Greatest bar
gains you have ever looked at.
COMFORTS at 75c, 98c, $1,25, $1.49 and $1.79. I can
save you money if you examine these before you buy else
where FLANNELS! FLANNELS!
150 pieces Medicated Twilled Scarlet Flannels at 19c,
25c, 32c, 37c and 44c. Extra heavy goods. Cotton Flannels
from 4c up.
Immense Reductions on Table Linens,
Towels, Towelings and Napkins. The .largest assortment
in Springfield.
call and examine the many bargains offered which will continue at
WAR WAR!! WAR!!!
Ilally Once A-min-The Old ring lint Brl
gnde Called Out for Immellitte8ert Ire.
There will be a meeting of the republi
cans at the Wigwam this (Friday) even
ing at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of it
: organizing the various companies of the
old Plug Hat brigade, I.et every republi
can turn out and arrange for a rousing es
cort to Hon. John Sherman and Governor
E. F. Noyes, at the meeting next Tuesday
evning. By order of the
Repiblicax Executive Com.
Confirmed in I.rael.
Handsome invitation cards were issued
yesterday, printed as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Levy and family :
i Ask your attendance at the Synagogue, 1
; to the Bar .Mltzwah of their :
: SAMMY.
Tuesday. October 11. 1SS7. j
j Services begin at nlue o'clock, a.m.
Accompanying the invitation to the syna
gogue is the following "At Home" card,
which promises social pleasures of a charm
ing nature:
AT HOME. j
Tuesiay afternoon, October 11. 1SJ7. I
CO east Columbia street. :
The ceremony of BarMitzwah is best ex
pressed in English by the word "Contirma
t on." At the age of thirteen all Hebrew
children are confirmed.
HEAVY BURCLARY.
Uealdenre of Mr.vr.U. Linn Burglarised
Three Watches and an Overcoat
Stolen.
One of the heaviest burglaries commit
ted in Springfield for several months was
that of the residence of Mr. W. R. I.lnn,
on north I.lmeslone street, on Thursday
night The burglary was committed be
tween 1 and 2 o'clock, and the loss
wou'd probably have been heavier had the
burglar not been discovered.
The residence of Mr. C. A. Phelps was
entered, but the fellow was frightened
away, but he nevertheless got a suit of
clothes. From Mr. Phelps's It is
supposed that he went' to Mr. Linn's.
He effected an entrance by
shoving a window latch back with a case
knife aud stepp'ng right from an outside
porch into the parlor. About twenty min
utes of 3 o'clock Miss Ruth I.lnn saw a man
passing thraugh her room and gave
the alarm. The burglar es
caped, and when the faml y
investigated.lt was found that he had taken
two gold watcties. one silver watch, a light
overcoat and $15 in money. Suspicion Is
directed toward a man who has been work
ing in the neighborhood. The burglar
wore a mask, and had a black mustache
and goatee.
CRAND ARMY MEETING.
important Work Acrompllshed at tlio
Mitchell Post Meeting Last Might.
At the meeting of Mitchell post. No. 45.
G. A. R., last night, there was a large at
tendance. One application and no muster.
It was ill cMed to hold memorial services
ob Sunday. October 23. and Comrades Bat-
tholomew. Cliim and Gugenheim were ap
pointed to procure a church.
The committee on procuring guns for the
post was granted further time, and instruct
ed to correspond with a New York firm.
It was decided for the post to purchase
the G. A. R. hall from the syndicate which
purchased it by the oiganization of a stock
company. Comrades Huffman, Niutler and i
Kindle were appointed a committee, and I
will meet tonight at department head-1
quarters to arrange.
An invitation was accepted from Clay
liar post, at New Carlisle, to attend an all.
day picnic Monday, and help muster in the
evening.
Metropolitan Style.
Considerable excitement prevailed at po
lice headejuarters last night over the new
helmet. Messrs. Bancroft. Sullivan the
Hatter. Gugenheim and The When com
peted for the honor of supplying the best
heidgear for the least money. Sullivan, the
Hatter, with the Knox world-renowned hel
met carried off the honors of the evening,
and will fix out our police in metropolitan
styla.
Ehrenhart's winter millinery opening
Saturday. Monday and Tuesday. October
8. 10 and 11, All new goods. New French
ana cngnsn patterns on display. AH in
vited. Get O. II. NefTs nureannlo cider vineirsr
for pickling, at 140 Clifton street
When you want good coal iro to Wheldon
A Merrill, Grand opera house.
$1.50 IN
and Vicinity are
UNCLAIMED LETTERS
llemainlng lathe 1'iutomce at Sprlnglleld.
Ohlo.Ortober 4, 1SH7.
DOMESTIC
Kurtz. MIssEllzabeth
Keller. .Mr A MrsCH
heller Miss Nellie
Kumer. X It
Adams JtOsbsrn,
II1IIOU. A
Ilailey. Mary J
Baldwin. X A
Brock. II K
Krubecker. Charles
llenden, Mrs Kachel
Hently..UtsLlna
Barcher. Wm
Browaer. Miss Betsle
Crane. Harry L
Cox. Wm
Cobb. J K
I.autess. .Miss Annie
Lewis. .Maggie
.Maxwell Bros
Morris. Amy
.Mason. lus
Menge, Oeorgs
.Martlon.Mrs F II
Noble. Miss Dolllel!
Nlebel. Ephrlam
ph
Ml
Cut rite. Wm
Xewhall. Miss
Carroll. Miss Harriett Norton. Miss Ellen
Carr. Clement f
Parramore. W C
Calvin. Sylvester
Dent. Will
Dunn. (Jeo II
Earnsman.Jas P
Elans. James
Emanuel, Sam
Evans. A T
l'ettefurd. Mrs OtU
Knblnson.Mlss EfUe
Randell..MIs Katie
Reaser. Mrs Albert
Ring. .Miss Minnie
Kogcers. IJ O
Schell. Henry
Snyder. 1 W
Smith. David
Smith. Jack
Smith. Harry E
Smith. L D
seamore. Mrs Alice
Thompson. George
Tlndol. Rot.ert
Weleh. Cassias
Whlte.James s
Weller.J II
Wearel, Arthur
Warner. Miss Annie
Waldrr. E.M
rawkes.Mary
Koy. Edward
1 W
lord. u
Farrow. Henry
iirelt. Waller II
dross. .H m
iossett. .Miss Ella
Haraiien. Cosier
Hill. .Miss Uussle
Harper. Miss Clara
Henderson. Miss Ella
Huuehard. .Miss Ollle
, Hawknes.Mrs Mary
, Harbor. Mrs Martha
i Hammond. .Mrs J 1c
Weiker. Louis
' Henderson. Miss Ella Wilson. Mrs Lavlnla
.ones, .urs jck lowler. Miss Dellle
Jones. Miss Lizzie Vouch. Mrs Emma
lORriov.
Sores. 11 Liberty St
RRTCRV.
Aner. May ilntut.AH
Beverly, Eliza Johnson. Ssxati
Cox, Heary Rtulston. J II
Dunn. AC Slipper. Thomas
Persons calling for these letters will please
say "advertised." and give date of list. It
not called for In one month they will be sent
to the Dead Letter Office.
Letters must be directed to street and num
ber In order to have them promptly and cor
rectly dell tered.
Jam its Johnson. Postmaster.
ENON.
E.no.v, Oct. 7. The funeral of Eddie
Johnston, who died last Sunday morning of
typhoid fever, was held here Monday.
President Long and some of the students of
Antioch college, where the deceased was a
student the past few years, were lu attend
ance. Eddie was 27 ears of age ami had
been sick twenty-eight days when the final
summons came. In his young and vigor
ous constitution he made a heroic light for
lite, which was s full of promise. But
the disease was too much for his strength.
Resolutions of sympathy and respect were
drawn up by the students of Antioch and
endorsed by tlte faculty, and sent to the
bereaved family Win. Harton. a resident
of Kansas the past seventeen years, is here
visiting his old home and friends. He is a
brother of T. J. Harton. of Springfield,
who was also present at the funeral of Ed
die Johnston yesterday (Monday), they lie-
ing related to the family Jos. A. Ervin
has moved from Dr. Duckwell's to John
Dunkte's west of Enon. to be near his
school Mrs. O'Neal, of Springfield, was
visiting at Miciiael Mulroney's. over
aunuay naniei Haker lost a
fine Holstein cow Monday supposed to have
Deen poisonexl by eating some old paint.
....William A. Young attended the Dav-
ton fair last week Dr. Uuckwell will
leave Tuesday. October 1 1. on a visit to
Kansas and the Indian Territory Walter
A. Weaver anil Auditor O. F. Serviss will
speak for the republicans here October C,
1S87, on the political questions of the day.
These men need no introduction here for
their ability and fairness in discussing
politics. Democrats and prohibition
ists as well as republicans should come and
hear thein. J. I. c.
CREENE TOWNSHIP.
GliKK.voi'OMs, Oct. 7. James Pierce.
Sam Haley and others spent a day at Dav-
ton at the fair Do you think that the
have joined the prohibition or the union
labor party for we hear parties talking of
assorting their potitoes with a fanning mill
and another of having beef so tough that
he could not stick his fork in the gravy
Parties here are being called upon to pay
for Bohemian oats and Ked Line wheat. It
is reported that a domestic girl holds one
of these notes. Whack up T. M. Hess
will give, on ne.xt Thursday evening, the
12th, nu oyster supper for the benefit of
the Method:st church at Pitchin ...
Mrs. Chris Zeigler spent last week In
Dayton Mr. George Boyd, of Cedar
ville, has moved into the house that II. C.
Johnson vacated Lee Pierce was very
pleasantly surprised on last Saturday night
Oysters were served William Printz
and others have gone to the reservoir fish
ing One of our citizens was in the city
Saturday and saw the gathering on the
square and noticed a man on the stand,
but thought he was advertising some kind
of patent medicine A large crowd at
Congress Hall on Monday night listened to
interesting s)ieecues mane Dy llawlins and
Dial, at which time a Foraker club of tiftv
iu number was organized.
Ladies, don't fail to attend the millinery
ojiening of the K. E. Souder store at their
new rooms, :; south Limestone street. Sat
urday. Mondav anil Tuesday 0,tnher a in
and 11. AH are cordially invited.
BANCROFT'S WINDOW
Cordially invited.
Wool Hosiery and Underwear
For ladies, gentlemen, misses and children, in great variety
Brown Sheetings, 2 1-4 yards wide, for 15c. Sold every
where at 20c per yard. J
Bargains in Brown and Bleached Muslins, Prin's, Ging
hams, Tickings and Shirtings, Merrimack Shirting Cambrics
at 4c per yard.
Century Suitings, extra wide, at 7c, sold elsewhere at
10c. Examine them.
Good Indigo Blue Prints at 5c, worth 7c.
KID GLOVES! KID GLOVES!
An ever2'500 Pairs of Kid Gloves, extra quality, at 39c,
49c, 59c, 79c and 98c. Ask for our 4-button Kid Gloves at
39c, worth 75c.
These are but samples of the rare bargains to be found
in every department of our store.
arfcet St.- Ffprtnpfirf 0
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
9HWW W MTt-rm. m-m
FULLKR TRTJMI
THE ELITE EVENT !
Friday and Saturday, October
K.NS.tr.MK.NT OF Til II It 1
i.-UKK IHK MANAGEMENT OF 3Il:..IOM
Friday Evening,
Saturday
SPARTACUS!
The UUdlmtor.
INGOMAR
The Barbarian.
Pwh nt. allt h. hm.i.... i
;' i "if,1"1 'i1 manner lar superior to any product on ever seen In this eitv
and with a powerful supporting company, comprising principal Lusts
formerly lth Forest. McCullough Taud talvlnl. '""""5
Prlces-SL73c.50candi3c.ReseivedSaIo will open at Harris's Wednesday morning. 9 o'clock.
" M iVilkiiMuu, Oeoeral Manager.
4BrMa.s.llB
SPRINGFIELD
American Taste aad skill.
Represented by Colgate A Co., produce pei
f lines and toilet soaps more delicate thm
can be made abroad.
The only exclusive babv carriage store in
the United Statesis at No. 275 Wabash
avenue. Chicago. The large and beautif 1 1
display of the celebrated llolman Adjusta
ble Baby carriages is the wonder and pride
of the psple of the great northwest Ste
advertisement in another column of the
Kkpiih.ic, and send for their handsome
catalogue.
For bargains in Anthracite coal go to
Wheldon A Merrill. Grand opera house.
Its suoerlor excellence proven In millions it
homes fermore than a quarter of a century.
It is used by the United States Government,
hndorsed t.y the heads, ( the llreat l"nlersl
'Ifsas the. strongest. Purest. Most Healthful
Dr. Price s the only Halting Puwder that does
not contain Ammonia. Lime or Alum. S0M
only In Cans.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO..
SEW YORK. rmCAOIl. ST.LoriS.
73 A.XD 75 EAST JIAIN ST.
HARDWARE!
MANTELS,
GRATES,
DOORS,
SASH,
BUNDS,
GLASS,
OIL CLOTHS,
BIRD CAGES,
BM IBBaaw BaB BB aSaa Saaa EVER Vr.Tk Tw,-.- tt
LPLb it mr
&4KING FLQWER CROCKS,
NhllfM - O AL KINDS, CHEAP.
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GEO. A. DIEHL
Entire and
MANAGER.
A SEASON OF THE LEGITIMATE!
7th and 8th. Saturday Matinee.
inil.LI..VT VIIVMi TKADEUIAX,
DOWHI1TG I
1.1.1 ANT VIILMi TKADEUIAX,
II. MACK.
Matinee,
Saturday ETeBio?,
MARC AKTONT
InShakspeare's Masterpiece
Jnlins Ciear.
FRESH CUT FLOWERS,
j FLORAL DECORATIONS A SPECIALTY.
KITH M TULfP BULBS
Xow ready : imported by us dJrec t from
Holland. Sew Styles ot JFLO W'ER POTS.
SEED CO.,
KT. .LDIKS HOTEL CORNER
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mil on
COFFEE
:bla.i:eih..
The Best 40 cent Young HysM
Stop in and see the greatest
display of
Hanging Lamps
EVER SHOWS HERE.
2nrYHvvW(V
BARGAIN STORES,
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91 and 03 West Main Straat and 40 Sunt
Msrket Street, Srlagr Id. Ohio.
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