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ttEPTTBLIO, WEDNESDAY EVENme. OCTOBER 12
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TRY OUR 40 Ot.
IT IS CSOOIX
AT EITHER STORE.
91 and !3 West Main Mrrrt isnil 4( South
Market Mrs-el. sprlni; tll,1, lhln.
The "Client Shield" in all grades. Coin
pletv lines of Camel's Hair. Scarlet,
White anil Clouded Merinos,
aud winter weight Ilalbriggan.
The S'llrl Maker, H liter and Far
nlhr, " Eit JUi Street.
A' AXD AFTElt Today the Springfield Daii t
V KSMTBLTC frill Insert such XOS' 1"MI1"
"IiWt'-Kir nnt.""For Sl."rtc.ln this
column one time iree, mree times lor twenty.
CTecfnts.aal sU lrc.es for fifty cents
Msy It. 1W.
"AXTED A gmxl yuung man; Xo. 10 north
WASTED Some lace curtains to do up like
n;K, il,i shirts, collars and utls,lie
laundry, ilrs. Carman. 2 North ilarket
"UTAXTED Clerks and mechanics to kDow
If that the tuition fees lor night school are
IIS.SI sal Si; on '"sil nown. Balance in
monthly payrucats Xelson College. Arcade.
nrAXTED-Competent Ctrl to cook and do
ir central nouseworK. -M'Piy at. once ai
su. n iiniia .uamei street.
TTTAXTED Two eoM men to canvass the
ff cltyfor anrst-class selllncar'lcie; one
per week uill afford talr wages, (.all at 431
s.iutll -Market street at . o clock any evening
HTAXTKl'-A rvllable man to represent our
ff nurseries in tnis section, r-oineicinr
permanent, (.his. 11. Mujrt .v ;o.. nursery'
men. Newark. New York. established 1152.
YfJAXTEO M N' To take the agency ot our
? sat-.s: sire 2Si1sxlS Inches; welclit 5U0
lbs.; retail price. SJi; other sites lu propor
tion. A rare chance to create a permanent
business at horns. These safes meet a de
mand never before supplied by other sate
companies, as we are not governe-1 by the
Bale rooi. Alpine tile to.. Cincinnati, v.
WAXTED All kinds of clothes winters to
repair; called forand de'lvered; orders
by mall promptly attended to. S. il. Miller,
14 West Main.
TO nEVT Front room, third d.r. orr
X I!ikhauA-Co.'sdruitstore.21 Kist .Mln
ftret; saitable for sleepltn; roo.-a for to or
rnireraenor forbaslneNS purpos-.s Inquire
at the liatette oJBce. In same huildinc- 211b
FJH KKXT A nice homeof- rooms, wlt'j
casandall modern Improvement-; lent
S15per moutn; small family prelirred. In
quire South Mechanic street 41t
FOP. KENT House on rel Columbia street,
7 rooms: rent cheap. Inquire 1U UUek's
Opera House. -lit
13K UEXT Three unfuriiinhed rjtims In
' qui'eat West Southern avenue. JJOb
I0H UEXT Uoon: a very desirable, nicely
furntsh-d t rat r'im, suitable for one or
twocentlemrn. at 141 'outli Market steet.one
square from rei.le Kefereoce required In
qulreon the premises or f J. li flarke "-Wtf
pill ISFVT Thela-eeand handsome house.
F 4f uln rooms, hydrant aud cistern watr.
double cellar, larse eiosrts. six mantels aud
crates, cs throughout the huse MU rt-nt
low t'icot-l tenant Call at the southwest cur
nerof leehanl'and I'esact stn-ets. I40t"
F t KET Xicefurulshet front room, su't
ableforyouatf men, at Xo 19fprliu:st
P )lt REN" T V new house of T oom ou Esst
T trtet, within one (-quire of the Nrw
Champion "iliops; oltyano cistern water and
coolcllar Inquire of Thoms Sharp. iJTtf
OU KENT House of eliht rooms. In cnod
ret-.lr,wrttiu t isquresI the postotnre
Tor further particulars, o-e or address. J E.
HeeLiuuer, .spnuCeld, O. -!7tl
F)R UEVT-Tw.i. three or four furnished
ro.mfor hojseKeepini. cen'1 illy loealed.
ltefereac required Adaress . ,. tuis olUce.
FOlt KiiNT -From one to four r-xim. cen
trally loealeil. lth first class aa.-onimod-tions;
rent -h-iap. nonftutj:ood osyitc ten
ant need apply. Inquire of Thos. Sharpe.
H CYIO "A
TO LOAX MoimS in real estate or cood
rers. nl sn-urity lso. for sale: A double
house of nine r'oms; rents for in per month,
price. SlJii-. jlAIso. other property for sale or
trade.ln any ta:t of the cay or couu try- In
quire f O IS Kissell. room -V Commercial
block. Limestone stret. over Rinnan Wren
t Co s dry cods store. -1-llOru
MOXEY TO LOAX-Insumsof si")tOf7.(fl.
on three to t-eyars' time, on urst raort
rae or approved commercial p&per. lieorne
'I.Coles roorr o.1. Laitonria bank building.
QTnYE1'-Ho:. in the rremlsrs of I-wls
O Hires. o.t: 1'earl str -:. oAue can h-i'e
hame by e lUtnt; aud pro mz same. 211b
-: i ,i,i. . i vj ... tictolwr 1 . I1?.
Tlilsisto ivr'ilv tliii I ale received this
dayrll" lr.-ui i- .np ' ' ' atent of the
Ohm -t "'e Live "tK'K "'! itu.il Aid ass-M-tatton.
to pay m for t!te ',ts- .if : ii.irs- 1 had Insured
lu said c :npnv. and I r-eonnneiia the abe
Ctmipauv taU plrt:esu!io hive stock totr.
sure. " L E. Kt-rtu M I.
Z. V. VA XoslliN, M
E. B BIO f k. II D.
dbs. w mm S HOUSE
Physicians and Surgeons.
Orflee, Jio. 3 .Sfltelelt ltlfek.
UeeiI'0-e, No. 143 lllch t-H.
0 3ce Hours : 10 a. m to 1 ' n. 1 p. m. to 3 p. ra.
and ev ulncs.
Kvrv ai.l to htue cle-mlnj is a li!"sl7t;.
Whatiir holi'i i IfSHf u Ulmr ami niakf 1 tie
work -iMe r t-hould be Hecure.1.
Casper's rieauing miptun(l.
ThMHa verv superior article. It rrno"
ceai tp.tt9. ttsiiia, ftvt mark anl tlirt It
brlchteuH up Hit color ami i:Ies 4 Irrsh.
new I.hiK It l9allvait'If.l with a inuj;e
ami ilmth-f uirk rapiitly withut takina 11 n
the carpet. It 1 cl,ep T.oa isallou.. SiT'-l
Ion bottle-, 30o Ir Casper has made a spec
laity of tilts for years.
This will clean painted wood work in half
thettmof ordinary soap. Neither does It
make the paint yellow . Is aiso extra good for
cleaning windows. Only 10c a cake or t for
S. at Casper's.
Touch Sponces. Chamois Skins, lurnlture
Tollsti, Urate Varutsh. qua Ammonia, and
other aids, all tor sale at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
rUher'pTf.OPk. MnlnMtreet,3d Door West
Cr. M. Tlmrsilay, OetolK-r 1.1, Sweat
nam, Hice and Kacati's inltistroN.
Hlack's. KrIJay. liohiber 14, Murray
anil Mutphy, "Our Irish Visitors."
Monday. Oelober 17. Aftettioon and
evening: Ceneral V. II. (iitisnii and Major
m. McKniley. Afternoon luivtint; on
Mommietit Sjuare. eveiiinciuei'tiii; at ic-
Friday. October 14. Kvenlnir. at wlj
vtam: Hon. Ciiircf C. K.iwlnis, .ludto
Julin ( Miller audJ. II. Kabbitts, esq.
Wednesday. November - Eveninit, at
wii;vvatn: Governor .1. I! Koraker.
Weilnesday, t)ctoler l'J. evenlnc. at
Dolly Vardeti: J. F. MeGrew, exi , ami
J inlet John C. Miller.
Wtslnesday. October 12. Kveninc. at
Catawba: E. S. Wallace, esq., and Hon. W.
Thursday. October 13. Kveninc. at
School district Xo. 5: J. 11. Uabbilts. oq.,
aud O. F. Serviss.
Satunlay. Ootolxr 15. Kveninc, at
South Charleston: Hon. I). K. Watson and
OcfirT. Martin, esq.
Friday. Octolver 21. Kveninc. at New
Carlisle: Cen. C. II. Grosvenor anil Hon.
I). K. Watson. .
The Buckeye club meets tonicht.
Competent judces pronounce this clori
There was no meeting of the City Coun
cil last nicht
Mr. Harry Hrubafcer. of Diyton. is in
the city on business.
Mr. II. C. Houston, of Urbina. is In
town today on business.
There'll be a journalistic surprise In
Springfield in a few days.
air . 21. U.-ayvr- Jeo.es soon "for Penil
Hylvania ou a'business trip.
A new case of dipiitliuria was reported
on Iaurel street this montinc.
John A. Knatib was arrestevl vosterday
for leavinc his U'aui iinhitcheil.
The supper and social civen at the St -oml
Lutheran church last niclit was a creat
The n'cular tneetiti: of the W. C. T. V.
will lie held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
at Temperance hall.
Miss Strah Sellers, of Covinctnn. Ky.. is
the etiest of Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. Bancroft,
at the Arcade liolel.
Officer James Xorton. who has been un
der tiits weatlier recently. Is celling much
better. He Is on duty again.
Senator Sherman and e Governor Xoyes
left this moniiuc at 11 o'clock' for Dayton,
where they will speak tonicht.
The Disciples will hold services at Ten-
perance Hall tonicht. at which Kev. Mr.
Groves, of IUtuilton. will pre.-sclt.
Jlrs. Murphy, an attractive lady of Mag
netic Sprincs. I'nion county, is the cuest of
Miss Kate West, of east North street.
Mr. .1. J. Stewart and family, of Clifton,
and Mrs. Dr. W. C. FaleoL-er left this
morninc over the 1. II. A- W. for Sin Dieco,
Mr. Will C. Lupfer. who ha been a stu
dent in Dr. Dosch's office, left this morn
ing for Cincinnati, where lie will attend
Chief of Police Ambrose and the patrol
ofticer.s are insectinc the pitrol alarm
Imxes tmiay to s-eo that they are all in good
vvoi king order.
The ltuslmell Chintampia circle will
meet at Dr. Lewis's Friday eveninc, Oct -
bcr 14. at 7:30 p. in. Every member is
urced to be present
Kev. J. II. Koberts. K. S. Thompson.
MNs Henrietta G. Moore and others will
sjK-ak at the Finch memorial at Temper
ance hall tomorrow eveniuc.
The J!efonniI Mennonites will hold
ciniiuunion services near Med way on next
S'inday. the 10th, Bishop Eii Herr, of
WllliauisMlle, N. Y., otlicietlnc.
Mrs. T. J. Kirkpatnck and tlauchter.
Hazel, aud Mr. Charles It. Held left this
inornme for Jackson. Mich., on a two
weeks' visit with Mrs. Kirk's parents.
The McAll atixilliary will hold its spin
annual ineetinc on Friday eveninc inthe
First English Lutheran church. This is a
union effort and should be well attended.
Foinorrow (T!itirula) eveninc the prc-
hibitiouists will hold a memorial ineetiuc
for Hon. John It. Finrh, chairman of the
national prohibition co'innittee, who died a
f iw day s aco.
Mr. K. J. Babeock. private secretary to
Senator Sherman, and Mr. E. F. Flynn, of
tlie Cincinnati l ninwrrcni Uitzi Iti: ac-
compauy Setialor Sherman and Governor
Noyes on thoir tlip over the state.
John Worley. who was ane-ttsl for dis
orderly conduct on Monday, was notlocked
up as eroneoiisly stated e.-ierd.ay. He was
drawn into the tntht with McCIoskey
throucli no fault of his, and when he was
arretel he piotiiptly gave bail for his ap
Costly thv habit as thy purse can buy.
Rut unt expressed In fancy: rich, not gaudy.
For the apparel oft proclaims the iimu."
Nature ha not lsn so lavish in her gifts
that we can afford to despise them, and any
assistance that we can render, in the way
of making our personal appearance as at
tractive as ossible, should be cheerful ly
As our friend Shakspoare says, a mail
should itiess as well as his means will jus
tify, and there is no surtr means ot attain
ing tins Mid t'uii bv examining the select.
in vv fall shipments of the justly celebrated
Clay Worsteds for dress pur;ses; the ele
gant 1'iie of overcoatings, gray, black and
blue LJysiatis. Katinis and Montacnncs
now otfen-d to the public by Jason W. Phil
lips. No. :;: at Main street
lhese C"lsare me newest, nressiest atnt
most genteel patterns that money can buy.
aud to the purchaser a st j lisli, well-made.
jK'rfectly-iitting gartiK ut is assured.
HIES ON "MILLER" DERBY'S JUST RECEIVED AT BANCROFTS.
MANY, MANY THANKS.
Tlif l.n.tlr. of the W. T.T. V. Testify I"
Their Itoynl Treatinwnt In Springfield.
Highly complimentary to the citizens of
Springfield are the reports that come back-
to us from the delegates to the W. C. T. l
convention teld last vvetik in this city.
From every direction comes thesamecheer
Inc words. "Thanks for jour rojal enter
tainment," and "We have and will ever
cherish the most pleasant recollections of
the hospitality of jour citizens," etc.
We have always "pointed with pride" to
th sociability and liberality of the citizens
of Sprincfield. and our opinion is now t lie
more otntiniiMl by unhtr.-al decision of a
band of such noble women.
Particular note was made of the splendid
entertainment, liberality ami untiring at
tention given the ladies of the State Ex
ecutive. Committee aj the St. James Hotel,
and especially to our beloved sis
ter, Mrs. Beaver, of Dayton, State
treasurer, who was stricken witli disease
while among us, and received at the hands
of the proprietor. Mr. Dugan and his help,
every attention that could have been given
outside her own home. For such, and
many other extended courtesies, the state
and local unions are very grateful, and we
are quite sure that a traveling public fav
orable to our noble work will not forget
Mr. Dugan. of the St. James.
For the satisfaction of our friends and
citizens generally, we will further state
that all of our obligations have been met
and amply provided for, with a surplus on
hand, so that no sister need hesitate com
ing Into our union, thinking extra demands
will tie made upon them. Many thanks to
the citizens for their liberality.
The sextons at the wicwant and Fust
Lutheran church, who were so attentive.
have leen liberally rewarded. The sisters
of Springfield, Knon and other unions in
Clark niitnty extend to the state union an
invitation to come again and we will try
and do even much better next time, as we
just leanitd what Is to be done and how to
doit. Mlts. I). M. Bl'ltxs,
AMERICAN ARMY MATTERS.
Thellutternillk tluanls to Hold n Com
petltlse rill Tonicht.
Company A of the American army will
meet for drill this (Wednesday) evening at
the wigwam at 7:30 o'clock. Every mem
tier is requested to bo present. The wig
wam being used by other parties on Mon
day evening, the regular drill was post
poned until tonight.
At the last tegular meeting It was
pounced that the position of first serge
i - atis -
was about to be vacant, the present Incum
bent having removed from the city, and
that in about a month a competitive drill
would be had to determine who the suc
cessor would he, and to fill other vacancies.
The competition for first sergeant to be
open to all the sergeants; the competition
for tlie sergeancy thus made vacant, to be
among the corporals; and the competition
for tlie corporalcy to be among all the pri
vates. LonshterauM) interest is being taken
I:, it. prospective competition, and a num
ber of the men are studying tactics ear
nestly. Dr. P. T. Spinning is the latest recruit.
he belne enlisted at the last meeting. The
company now numbers fifty-one tueinb-rs.
New applications are received at almost
The organization of other companies Is
being agitated at several points in the Mate
and several will be mustered soon.
A sample of the uniforms adopHl by
company A has bees placed on exhibition
in the window of M. M. Kaufman's cloth
.ng house on west Main street. The uni
form is a handsome one.
At the la-t meeting it was decided to
give a series of entertainments during the
fall and winter to raise funds with which
to help to purchase uniforms. A commit
tee to take charco of the matter was ap
ointcd. nnd Hits report of the committee
win be a feature ot.interest tonight.
The court of discipline, holds Its regular
monthly meeting tonicht. All members
wlio have unexcused absences will save
tumble by reporting this evening.
One of tlie tiiemlxrs has made a pair of
cun racks that will be presented tonight.
They are just what was needed.
I'lrst Annual Nodal nuil ltanquct to be
('iycii liy Springfield Lode, II. 1. O-
The following invitations, elegantly
printed on cream cardboard, have been
T You are cordially Invited to attend :
the first regular
: Social Session j
I of ;
SptlcgSeld Lodge. Xo. 51,11. P.O. Elks, :
! Friday evening. October 14th. 1SS7.
: At their IiOdce rooms, in the Troupe-Co- :
: bleutz block, southeast comer Alain :
: aud .Market streets. :
: The Lodee rooms will be open from
elcht to eleven p. m.. and an :
"Informal Spread" :
Will be served from nine to eleven p. m.
L. M. llaacis.
The "social session" and banquet prom
ises to be one of the most e'egant tag
affilrs ever given in Springfield. The Elks
never tin anv thing by halves and this occa
sion will be a memorable one in the history
of tlio -jsrfer in Sprinctie'd.
Mr. John 4tarrett Kuockcd InsensiM lr
n Kali flown Stairs, This Moniln'.
Mr. John Starrett, of Fehl, Johnson &
Co.'s carriage works aud living at 140 north
L Plum street, sustained a very bad fall this
morning, aud will bo laid up for some time.
At about 5:30 o'clock, whilst walking about
in the kitchen of his residence, he accident
ally stepped backward into a cellar way and
fell with terrible force down the entire
flight upon tlie stony floor of the cellar lie
low. The fall kmcked him entirely insen
sible, in which condition he remained for
over an hour. His face was badly cut and
biuised by the fall, there being a deep and
ugly gash on tlie forehead. It is also feated
that his jaw was cracked by the fall, but
this cannot be determined until lat-r. Dr.
McLaughli rendered the necessary sur
leetfn? or the Kprlii(-(WVf
w m iiivi swru ,
The Springfield bicycle club will bold an
important meeting tomorrow (Thursday)
evening at the club room on west Main
street, at which the attendance of every
member is earnestly requesteij. Tile club
has under consideration a series of lantern
parades, and tM matter will come up for
3n Itevvartl !
Tiie commissioners of Champaign coun
ty. Ohio, will pay two luridrisl and fifty
dollars for the apprehension and convfetion
ot John Potts, chirged with the tnurdrof
Orien Xeer. ill Mechanicsburg, O., on the
night of Octobers. 1SS7.
Su-li lUwlurhe. Thousands who have
suffered intensely with sick headache say
that Hood's Sarsaparilla lias completely
cured them. One gentleman thus rel'eved
writes: "Hood's Sarsaparilla is wnrtli its
weight in gold." Sold by all druggists.
100 doses SI.
A He.lioil.w Kronl Sir. Mrllonnlil.
To the Edltorof the Republic
III your Issue of October Sth apars a
clipping from tlie Cincinnati I'ninnt-t,
edited by one SI. 1). Connolly, which is an
attack upon the. union labor nominees for
governor and (lleiiten ut governor, it Is
unnecessary to make any defense for the
former, as the charges are unfounded, as
is well known by all workingtiicii, except
the blind partisan, who still clutch the
coat-tail of the old corpse, and who, unlike
tlie 'intellectual" Scilz. have not yet ad
vanced to that intellectual piano now en
joyed b him. and admired by all good citi
zens ami progressive men of today.
This assault upon mo is well under
stood by those who attended the last ses
sion of the Ohio State Trades Assembly;
we would not deign to notice It save to
make known the real motives.
At tint titnn we took occasion to de
nounce Connolly's intent'ierate life, in coti
nivtlnn with the publication of the"'nioii
Isf," which was at that time the official or
gan of the trades assembly.
We l)licve we were justified at that time,
ami simply reiterate what we then said:
"That the ofliclal organ should not be is
sued by a man whose brain was crazed with
drink three days out of the seven." Ills
conduct in this and other cities, if known
to the wnrkingmen of Ohio, would not add
very materially to his standing as editor
of a labor paper, nor to his position as as
sistant conitni-sioner of the bureau of labor.
.Vo, Mr. Connolly, jyoii ninuof rote lor
Mr. Seitz, nor for inc. Your faint cotice
tion ot tlie questions we are grappling with
today won't admit of it. Hide-bound to
jour part j we Hud you today, as in the
past, sacrificing Hie interests of the men jou
claim to represent In order to promote your
The wiirkingmett jou claim to represent
have, like -Mr. Seitz, progressed far in ad
vance of you. and today they stand upon a
higher plane ot civilization, aliove the
temptation of a few paltry dollars for their
influence. In November they will rally to
the support of men who have the moral
coinage and manhood to announce their
conv ietions, even if it lie after the "prime of
life." My sympathy for the erring forbids
my placing you in your true light: we
would rather assist you to reclaim yourself
and get out of the rut you are now in, than
to pusli you further down. Accepting very
gracefully your title of "Howling Idiot,"
I remain, very respectfully yours,
I. F. McDiiXAMi.
Sherman ntol i-'x-tlitvernnr Mnyes
lg inn llanil-Sliiikliic S.K-lnl.
On Tuesday afternoon, between the hours
of 4 and (5 o'clock. Senator Sherman and
Ex-Governor Noyes received the republi
cans of Springfield and Claik county in the
parlor of the Arcade hotel. The reception
was in the nature of a hand-shaking social,
and several hundred of Springfield's citi
zens. Irrespective of partj. improved the
the opportunitj to greet the city's distin
Senator Sherman and Governor Noyes
were assisted in tlie reception by General
J. Warren Keifer, Hon. Thomas.!. Pringle,
William M Uockel. Esq. anil Mr. Clifton
M. Nichols. As the callers entered the
parlor they were Introduced to Senator
Sherman and Governor Nojc by members
of the committee on reception and each one
of the gentlemen had a pleasant
word and a hearty hand grasp for every one
of their visitors. Senator Sherman was in
one of his brightest moods and among those
who nict him he completely dispelled that
rank fiction that he is an iceberg iu Ills
coldness. The reception passed off very
smoothly and was one of the pleasantest
incidents of the visit of thoso famous men
Continuation of Mnter Mammy I.
The Interesting and impressive ceremony
of Ilur Mitziaili. or confirmation, was per
formed xt-sterday at the synagogue of Olit v
Zediikah(liebrew) congregation, the subject
being Master Saminj Levy, the thirteen-year-old
son of Mr. M. I). I-a-vj. tlie clo
thier. Tlie services were quite Impressive
and Master Levy's confirmation address
was an excellent one and delivered In a
In t! afternoon Mr. Levy and family
cave a delightful social reception at their
residence rn east Columbia street, at which
many friends were present and a thor
oughlj il-iightfiil time enjojxl.
The following additional Indictments
may be announced todaj, eervice having
been made upon tlie parties since last re
port: Enos Xanders. I.awrenceville. six indict
ments for selling liquor to habitual drunk
ards, to minors, and on Sunday.
Wm. Fiysinger, New Moorelield, selling
h'nier Sutton, North Hampton, furnish
ing liquor to minors.
Pat Haj-es. citj. selling on Sunday at
Ills celebrated "cold coffee house."
Adam Paul, two liquor indi-tments.
A handsome picture of Governor Fcra
ker liang.i over Judge Young's desk in
police court. "It's a howiin' shame," said
a democrat to a HtpriJi.ic reporter Unlay,
"to have Foruker's picture there as though
he was riiuniii' the whole thing and as
though the place was entirely republican.
I'll have Judge Young know that there's
just as maiij democrats as republicans
lined in that court and a damn sight m ire,
if the truth was known."
C. C. Funk says that Dayton is the
hottest and bitterest town politically 'n
the world, republicans and detno-'ra's
hate each other thero with a fervidress
that cannot bo duplicated anywhere.
Chris has a contract there, and his repub
lican workmen almost rioted because le
put in a democratic timekeeper.
Humors of two weddings are i if tin the
air. In one the rrootn is a resident of east
High street, and long connected with the
newspaper fraternity. In the other the
bride is now abroad, but is soon to return
to wed a prominent attornev. who occupies
a high position in the city government.
Mr. .1. A. McCarty, of tlie Oitzcffc. Is in
consolable over the loss of a new Dunlap
detbj. At police court yesterday sotiie-
. bod). o-i
bod). o-pfhatigcd A-itli him, leaving a hat
him close around the shoulder
Manager Waldman has cancelled his date
with the Criterion Opera company, which
was to have shown at Black's all of next
week. He said the company played at
Toledo and was not up to his standard.
There are sensational rumors of an ugly
tight between two prn-ninent sporting men
last evening, in which one had three ribs
broken, but it could not bo run down to re
The committer appointed to arrange ff r
the purchase of the G. A. K. hall from the
syndicate which purchased it meets tonight
at A. O. Huffman's office, in the Areade. j
There is more talk of
reviving the Or-
"Heart disease, due to tigtit lacing." was
the cause of death given by the coroner's
jury in tlie case of Beitha Oppeiiheiiiier, of
Philadelphia, who fell back with a cry of
pain while luughing at a comedian's joke in
a theater iu that city last Thursday afternoon.
Here is the Overcoat stock of the country. Judged by quality, by variety in styles and prices, it
is unequaled. We say to gentlemen who usually pifntvz; merchant tailors to call and see our
stock of medium and extra fine Overcaals, we Uv3 ;m in all the prevailing styles, and lined in
either silk, serge, satin, and plain farmer's satin ; some faced, then again faced to the edge, and
a great many without ; AND HOW THEY FIT ; prices are from Ten Dollars for an all-wool Over
coat, and increase by Dollars and Halves o extra fine ones at Twenty and Twenty-five Dollars.
We will be glad to compare them with any merchant tailor's garments of the same goods at
Twenty to Forty Dollars.
What is said above of our Men's stock holds true of the Boys' and Children's Overcoat line.
For the little chaps there are all manner of Fancy Coats (see window display), some trimmed
with cloth, some with fur and others with Astrachan in new and handsome designs. You can
buy an Overcoat for your boy from 4 to 12 year?, at $2, $3 or $4 and upwards, as you like, and
for larger boys between 13 and 18 years at $3, $4 or $5, and better ones as high as $15. It will
be to your interest to give us a call.
THE LONDON CLOTHING COMP'Y,
29 SOUTH LIXJKSTOIVIi: STREET.
MARSHALL & ;CO.,
WfossSra'.. . ,Uiri-xs?rV" 10 W.HIGH ST. I
JH1tffiESTEM 1AUNDRY y SPRINGFIELD. 0. I
HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
GOODS CALLED FOR VXD DKUVEUED. TELEPHONE ISA.
A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIGORATOR.
Bcnefiicial in General Debility, Exhaustion, and just the thing
to help you through the hot weather. Large bottles, $i.
Pharmacits, 55 East Main Street.
A Few Kurt..
Ai.i.cock's are the only genuine porous
plasters. They act quickly and with cer
tainty, and can be worn for weeks without i
causing pain or inconvenience. They are
Invaluable in cases of spinal weafcnes-,
kidney and pulmonary difficulties, malaria,
ague cake, liver complaint, djspepsia,
strains, rheumatism, sciatica and nervous
debility. Other plasters blister and inflame
the skill so that the pores are closed and
often cause serious injury. You risk health
and waste time and money bv bujing infe
rior plasters made to sell on the reputation
Mrs. it P. Muzzy, of 101 south Center
street, will syon take her departure from
this city, and for tlie future will make her
home with her son. O J. Greenlesf, in
Kansas Mrs Muzzy Is a very good woiua'i
and will lie missed by Iit numerous Trends.
She will depose of her household goods
October 13 by at.cMon.
Ibiwland. dentist. No. & south Market
street. Terms reasonable. All work war
ranted. ssiel Ciller.
Sweet cider for sale by the gallon or bar
rel, fresh from the press, at O. II. Nell's
grocery. No. Uii Clifton street.
The executors of the late John hr"hnrr
will sell thirty lots in the west end and rive
lots near tlie Eat street shop-., at public
auction. O 'M-cr l'. and 'JO. A sine chance
for a pa n, Iiivetment.
Folks, .t ! vwvakd. Auctioneers.
T. M. Gngenheiui will rpen today ()
sealskin saeqties and 50 plushes. Prices -a
great deal lower than la.-.t year. See for
For bargains in Anthracite coal go to
Wheldoii it Merrill. Grand opera houe.
64 SOUTH LIMESTONE.
New Fall Goods.
-rv IlnckfrhPit FInar, ew Street
Ciil.T, Mijile .Wnlr.sse,., l!otiej,YT
31 'ck--el, large, fit ifhI rlipne, Xew
Codli h, exim line. New Canned
8 ul Eva, orntii! Frulis, Jersey
Sneet Put Ml or a.
TEAS A SPECIALTY.
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Its sunerlor excellence proven In millions ol
homes fi r more than a quarter of a century.
It is Used hy the t'nlteil States I'averr.ment.
Endorsed ty the heads of the Ureal Universi
ties us the strongest. Purest. Most Healthful.
Dr. Price's the only Halting Powder that does
not contain Ammoule.. Llmeor Alum. soM
only In '"aus.
PltlCE IIAKIM! POWDEK CO..
SK-V VOKK. CHICAGO. fiT.LOCIS.
GEO. I D1EHL,
;a and ;. east jiaix st.
I i fIJ R E. -5
F-T--. 1 MAN TELS, S
3 GRATES, S
T DOORS, E3
cn SASH, c2
a BLINDS, trt
OIL CLOTHS, rS
BIRD CAGES. S3
"rt'ANTEn S-Inch and ilnch vVHITE OAK
FLITCH- For particulars address
DLT1I01T DRY D0( K 0.,
101 South Center Street
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1087.
Commencing at 10 a. m.
Six ingrain carpets, 2 hall carpets. 3 lots matting. 1 hall hat rack with class, 1 stair
cariiet, 15 or 20 engravings and cliromos, G center tables, 1 student's lamp, 6 or 8 other
lamps, 1 marble top sideboard, 1 extension table. 14 feet. 3 breakfast tables, a kitchen
tables, 2 folding top tables, i room tables, 1 table and desk. 1 upholsteted lounge, 2 bed
room suits (3 pieces each). 0 walnut and other bedsteads. S bureaus, 3 enclosed wash
stands, :; other washstands, 3 room stands, 1 hall hanging lamp, 1 or 8 rocking chairs.
14 cane-bottom chairs, IS perforated-bottom chairs, 1 eight-day clock, 2 co il van s, l
family Singer sewing machine. 1 black haircloth tete-a-tete. 8 or 7 looking classes, 15 or
20 wiudow shades. 1 Clinton 0-hole cooking range, 1 3-bumer gasolene stove. 1 sheet
, iron coal heating stove, l Monkey coal heating stove, 1 lounge and mattress, 1 spriac
mattress, 3 cotton-'op mattresses. 2 husk mattresses, 4 spring bottoms, 6 or 8 wasb
I bowls and pitchers, 2 toilets, decorated sets, 10 pieces, 8 or 10 feather pillows, 9 feather
j bolsters, si eets, comforts, iiuilts. etc., dishes, tinware, silverware, tuts, kettles, and
' such other articles that are found In housekeeping, all to be sold without reserve to the
1 highest bidder, as I am Quitting housekeeping on account of ill health. Kemember 101
South Center street, between Washington and Jefferson streets. Terms Cash.
Mrs. R. P. Muzzy.
J. M. MILLER, Auctioneer.
ANDREWS. WISE & PUTNAM
Know that many of the people of Springfield fsrgit ft
call and purchase from their stock in the early part tf
the season, such goods as would have made their ktmes
more attractive, but now that the Fail Seastn is right
on. and we have the cheapest and prettiest goods ever
offered, come right along and see style and neatness yen
never dreamed ef. We have
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DISHES
The best Red Cross Heating Stoves, and Ctok Stives,
and Ranges, and in fact everything the housekeeper
needs. Chamber Suits so cheap and good ; Parltr gssds
way down and so nice for a little msney. Dtn't wait,
but buy early and enjoy the benefit of the be ststlectisii.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM,
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