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itBgTJBLIO, SATURDAY EVENtN'G, OCTOBER la. 188V.
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Wa are Agents for thr Fatuon
Bra4 Fresh Wair Oysters,
ii Cub tad Bulk. Trj them.
Per Quart, in Bulk.
AT EITHER STORE.
M M J West Main Street and 40 South
Market Street. Springfield. Ohio.
OH 5D AFTER Today the Sprlugfleld D.ili
BajTsuc will Insert s ueb "ads" as "Wants"
"LaM." "For Rent." "For Sale." etc . tn this
! om time tree, three times (or tweaty
ave eeats. and sit timet for flfty ceuts
TUK bPKlI.UFIkLL PUB. CO.
WASTKD A food white girl ts cook, wash
aaalron. Apply to Mrs J. h Croorll. Ml
. Bisk street.
WANTED BO VRDE S Three or four gen
tlemea can and kooI hoardlug and rom
ertakls lodtlcc at 65 S. Factory. 245a
WANTED A private tutor In
Latin; a lad? preferred. A
Apply at .M K
WANTED rood girl for general house
work, at 111 X Limestone street. SUt
UTAHTED-Some laee curtains to do up like
TT aew; also shirts, collars and cuns.ll'e
Mrs. Carman. North
-To take the agency of our
iHiH Inches: sreleht S"0
Tf Safes; slle 2Sil8lH Inches;
lbs.: retail price, 135, other sites In propor-
nea. Arareenance to create a permanent
taslaess at horn. These safes meet a de
and aever before supolted by other safe
eeaipanles. as we are not governed by the
Bate Pool. Alpine Safe Co.. Cincinnati. 0.
WANTED Clerks and mechanics to know
that the tuition fees for night school are
110 tit ant K; one half down, balance In
oathly payments Nelson College. Arcade
WARTED All kinds of clothes wring ers to
repair; called forand delivered: orders
kwaaall promptly attended to. S.M.Miller.
DOOMS FOR REKT-Enqulre at SI East High
A St. oae bat reliable parties
FIR REXT-Good stable
street. S South Market
TOR RENT Furnished front room, cround
A noort private entrance; suitable lor tao
floor: prirate entrance; suitable for to
arsons: 110 per month. No M w. JeSersan
street, three squares from postofflce. 24lb
POR RENT Furnished rooms M Ithor with-
X out board. To. ill n
. lllch street. 2h
1R RKNT nice house of 6 rooms, with
cat and all modern improvements, rent
laer montn: small family ureferred. In
astre 89 South Mechanic street. 241t
DOR RENT House on Wet Columbia street.
17 7 rooms: rent cheap. Inquire 1U mack t
Optra Uouse. ".'lit
FR RENT Room; a yrry desirable, nicely
famished front room, suitadle for one or
ttj gentlemen. ' Ml South Market street. one
ana re from Arcade. Reference required In
anlreon the premises oTef J.O.Clarke. HOlf
FOR RENT The laTte and handsome house.
ef nine reoonvkydraat and cistern oter.
Irtte cellar, larze closets, six mantels and
crates, cas throughout the house Will rent
lew to rood tenant. Call at the southwest cor
aerof Mechanlcand Pleasant streets 2lut
DOR RENT new house of & rooms on East
f atreet. within one squire of the New
Champion shops; dry and cl.tern waterand
Baeacellar Inquire of Thomas sharp. ZiTIf
rlR RENT Honse of elcM rooms, tn rood
repair, within to squares of the postoRlce
For farther particulars, see or address. J. E
MelelBager. sprlngfleld. O. SI7tf
E3R RENT Two. three or four furnished
rooms for hausekeeplne. centrally located
if erenc required. Address b.:?,. this office.
rR RENT From one to four rooms, cen
trally located, with first class accommoda
tions; rent cheap; nonebutcood nnyinc ten
ant need apply. Inquire of Thos Sharpe.
LOST Oentlemsn' aleere button. of pold with
Mm enamel. Leave t office of Suierior
Utill Co. 245a
TOR S ILE Lady's saddle horse, for saddle
1 or onrinc
srentle and sfe.
James S. Goode.
MONEY TO LOA
TO LOAN Money On real estate or Rood
personal security. Also, for sale- A double
house at nln rooms, rents for J 15 per month;
'price. SL2B0. Also, other property for sale or
trade. In any part of the city or country. I n
qulre of C. B. Kiasell. room s. Commercial
block. Limestone street, over Klnnane. U ren
A Co-'s dry roods store. 2i:tWm
tONEY TO LOAN-In urns of t&au to S7.00T.
. an threa to fire years time, on first mort-
aaa? or appro red commercial paper. Ueorye
olefl.room Vo 1. Mrnniis h.n "in ''''.
SrsisoriiLD, Ohio. October 10. Im7
This Is to certify that I have received this
daylllii from Qeorge H.Coles, acentof the
Ohio state Livestock Mutual Aid association.
to Bay me for the loss of a horse 1 had Insured
la said company, and 1 recommend the abote i
acrcpany to all partleswho have stock to in
are. L. B. Rrs-st-u M D.
a peddleror tinker tnattemut
to repair your VUPTVllPP
Have It done rleht at the
;nt at tne if nil! nun.
wrlatnr factory. Mechanic street, near u ash
Jrtoa. O.S FoosACo. :iSJattr
Dlssolitioi of IVrlkerehlp.
The partnershl p heretofore eilstl ng between
Henry Landefeld and Michael W elhraucb. un
der the firm name of Landefeld A Welnrauch. i
ha been dissolved by mutual consent. Ilenty
Landefeld wlthdrawlnc from said flm
The underslcned will continue to run first-1
elaas barbr shops In the Arcade and Laeonda :
Iloase. Eitenslve Improvements ale being I
made, and patrons will receive the best of at-1
MiCHAILM ElHBttCH I
21 .b ,
Dlasafatloa of Partnership
The firm ot Wall A Shoemaker has this day
been dissolved ny mutual consent. Thomas
Wall retiring. John Shoemaker will continue
the business, and assumes all Indebtedness
SraisuritLD. O.Oct. 11. Iss7. 2Uh
ffllllndj list what they need A FU LL LINE
OF.INSTALMINTGOODS olu im!" i
txlNSTALMENTTRADE. by addreajlng ,
IMMAlMXst UuLau' bcrrXY Co. trie. ! I
DUPLICATES ON "MILLER" DERBYS JUST RECEIVED AT BANCROFT'S.
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THE BEST REMEDY
For Coughs, Coldsand Bronchial Troubles
Is Dr. Casper's Compound Syrup of
It Is the best family cough medicine made.
It allays couch, quiets tlckllug, relletes
tlghtuess and breaks up the cold.
It Is pleasant to take and prompt to cure.
It is the cheapest bottles nearly double
size of other makes.
It is put up In 50c and $1 bottles.
HOLIt OM.V AT
CASPER'S Drug Store,
risber'sBloek. Hal a Street, Id Dear Wast
'Grand Monday. Oct 17. "The Stiver
Monday. October 17. Afternoon and
"enlng: (ieneral . H. Gibson and Major
Win. McKlnley. Afternoon meeting on
Monument Square, evening meeting at wig
wam. Wednesday, Norember 2 Evening, at
wigwam: Governor J. 11 Fnraker.
Satnrday. October 15. Evening, at
South Charleston: Hon. I). K. WaLnon and
Ovar T. Martin, evq
Vrul aj, October 21. Evening, at New
Carlisle: Gen. C. IL Grosveoor and lion.
U. K. WaLn.
Dan Bolrn was arrested last night for
Mr. Heddin leaves for Syracuse, N. T..
tonight via the Bee Line.
A child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles lloden
nott, of Walter street, died this morning
The High street M. E. church have
changed the e ening preaching service from
7.30 to p. in.
"Good Tidings Uaj" tomorrow at SL
PaulM E. church. Tha sen Ices will be
Deputy A. J. Baker took Amos Brown
convicted of assault and battery, to the
Da) ton work-house this afternoon.
Mrs. Walter Campion, of east Market
street, left esterday for a few days Ti-.lt
with friends In Springfield. Xenla Ga
zette. The C&sad property, at Yellow Springs,
will be sold at administrator's sale Thurs
day. October 20. Thus will end a great
Hev. Dr. Falcoier returned last evening
from the state synod, which met at Piqua.
and will occupy his own pulpit tomorrow
morning and evening.
The court has appointed J. J. Miller,
(, . and George A. Beard, esq . to assist
Prosecutor Weaer in examining the annual
report of the county commissioners.
"Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy.
Hut not expressed In fancy; rich, not gaudy,
r or the apparel oft proclaims the man "
Nature has not been so lavish in her gifts
that we ran afford to despise them, and an)
is-istance that we can render. In the wa
of making our personal appearance as at
tractive a possible, should be cheerful I)
sAs our friend Shakspeare says, a man
-hould dress as well as his meanJVill jus
tify, and there is no surer means of attain
ing this end than by examining the select,
uew fall shipments of the Justly celebrated
Cla Worsteds for dress purposes; the ele
gant line of overcoatings, gray, black and
blue Elvsians, Katines and Montagnscs
now offered to the public by Jason W. Phil-
lijis. No. 39 east Main street
Thee goods are the newest, dressiest and
most genteel patterns that money can buy,
and to the purchaser a st) lish. well-made,
perfectl-httiug garment is assured.
LOVE PROMPTS YOU
SHOE YOUR CHILDREN!
GOOD TASTE I
Prompts you to dress them
becomingly and fashion, bly.
YOUR JUDGMENT TELLS YOU
That the best place to buy
You can makevourselec'ions
from a tremendous
stock of the
NEW FULL STYLES,
Embracing everything that
is new and novel, neat and
nobby, at j
ROUSE & PARSONS'.
PROVIDINC FOR THE POOR.
3c The h
tnnt Meellrgoii Frliffy Affetnnoii
Aorf nleil Charities Tm.ltM s.
The board of trustees of Hie Associated
Charities met in regular session on Krldav
afttrnoon, at 3 o'clock, with President
Gotvvald In the chair. Those present were:
Ker. I. A. Gotvvald. John Foos, i. A.
Bowman, Amos Whltele), A t Black.
Ross Mitchell. () i. Kell), J. b. Shew ni
ter, W. 11 fiercer. Mrs. T. W. Ile.in, Miss
S J. King, Mrs. Cattle W. Mjers, Mrs. E.
M Arbngnst, Mrs Koss Mitchell, Mrs. A.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were readapproved and signed.
Mr. J. G llennallack. treasurer of the
board, presented his report for the months
sept 9 Balance at credit 2 C43 7s.
sept ln-Casli collected In tilth ard (
Oct S Cash from SprlngHeld Coal 1 1
change . ao oo
-Cash paid II. H. Cumback
Sept. 10 Cash paid Williamson A Mai
lace ... . .
sept le-Cash paid Klc A Co
Sept 10 fash paid II Fensterma. her
sept. 12 Cash paid starkey A scow
Sept. ltoish ia"ld Tutile "Tllurns
sept. 11 Cash pnld U . M ltlatk A Co
Sept 14-Cash paid Wollston. Wilder
Sept 17 Cash paid C Ludlow A to
sept 1" Cash deposited in Snings
Oct 8-Cash paid II II. Cumback..
Oct b-Cash paid Telephone Co
Oct s-CashpaldllrjleyA Tuttle
Oct. 10- ash paid Klce A Co
Oct in-Cash paid 1. 11 rout
Oct II 'ash paid Rouse A Parsons
Oct.ll-lasn paid Hohl A Lyon
Total j.ujt .jo
Oct. 14-Ilalance at credit of Associ
ated Charities lu Second National
Bank ... 211 8S
Keferred to the auditing committee.
Mr. II. H. Cumback. superintendent,
presented the following report for Septem
ber: Number of new applications.... 10
Number of grants St
Number of loins . ......... 1
mount of grants . . . 17S 07
Amount of loans .. . . . . .. b 31
Total amount expended SIS.) )
Many families never before needing as
sistance, are now asking temporary relief,
and the indications are that the demand
upon the resources of tlin society will be
greater this winter than since its orsin'ia
tion. Within the pxst few weeks more
than twent-flve new applications for re
lief have been made. A number of these
applicants were, however, referred to the
township trustees for Investigation, and as
sistance if such were found to benecessary.
Since the lat report liberal contribu
tions of serviceable clothing have been re
ceived from the following persons who
have hearty thanks for the same:
Mrs. Prof B. F. Prince. Miss Sadie
Phelps. Mrs Oscar T. Martin. Mrs. W. M
Black. Mrs. Thos W Bean. .Mrs Dr W
C. Falconer. Mrs. Bobert Johnson, Mrs.
George Bra'n. ladies of the High street M
E church. Clifton street lndustris.1 School.
The report w as receiv ed and placed on
Mr. Boss Mitchell, of the executive com
mittee, reported that all hill had been
examined, found correct anil ordered piid.
Hon O S Kelly made a statement of the
needs of themunlcipal hospital and request
ed the Imanl to turn ov er to the hospital fund
the SI. oOO held bv the society. On motion
that sum was turned over to the hospi
tal commissioners to Ite used m
furnishing the hospital building when the
building is completed and the organizttion
On motion of Mr Bowman the executive
committee was instructed to make arrange
ments for holding meeting In one of the
opera houses on tlio Sunday evening pre
vious to the annual meeting of the associa
tion. The meeting will be held on Sun.laj
evening, Nov. 6th.
Mr. J. G Benallack presented Ins resig
nation as treasurer of the association, but
action on it wxs deferred until the next
The board then adjourned.
The thirty lots are located on west
Soutlurn avenue, near the InnUfallen
greenhouse, and overlook the Mad lth er
alle). st of the city. These lots will tis
sold on October HUh, at 2 p. in., on the
20 South Market Stn et.
Boots, Shoes and Slippers for yourself and friends, is
at the Popular House of
Your own nd Children's feet
right. The best line of
footwear for all the
- nd children, and the larg
est stock is found at the
great store of
ROUSE & PARSONS.
Wm RsOL 3aL M. asat
alE HaVV M. aEaP . I mi ll "frBT'
5t -JtU ..r-vMMJytS1'
Are the only dealers in Springfield, and ihey will always do their best to please you in quality and price and
they take especial pride in having their customers pleised. Call and get prices and terms or write us if
out of the city, and we will gladly answer your inquiries. R. F. BRANDOM & CO., 74 Arcade, Springfield, 0.
t'ltion Iibor at Hopewell.
On Friday evening a sms.ll audience was
called to order tv Captain J. B. Patton at
Hopewell. After making an apclogizlng ,
speech about not being well and not able
to speak, he introduced Mr. f. F. McDon -
aid. who Informed the audience how the
union labor party came to be organized,
and that there are now SeVenty-fOUr COUn-
tles ill this state organized in the union la
bor party. He paid special attention to
Senator Sherman's speech, made In the
city. Foraker w as not forgotten, and that
wonderful message of his was noticed by
the speaker. And the union labor party
will soon wrench from the British hand the
rule that they have uioii the Americans.
And this Inrrangue was kept up till all the
officers, national, state and count), had got
their portion lu due season, ispecWII) the
republican''. Mr. W. D A. O'Brien was
introduced and followed in the samestrain.
He appealed to the fanners to send to the
legislature an honest farmer like Captain
Patton; he commented on the Foraker mes
sage, showing that 'the farmer was the
greatest sufferer, and the state was going
Into bankruptcy, and then asked what we
are going to do about it. We are waiting
for an ausvver. T'ie little knot broke up.
and the democrats didn't get hit so hard
this time- The speakers left feeling from
from their inmo-t soul that, from the en
thusiasm. It will b a long time before
Greene township will vote for the union
flood's Sirsaparilla is mode only bv C. f.
Hood.tCo, Apothecaries, Lowell. Miss. It
is prepared with the greatest skill and care,
under the direction of the men who origi
nated it. Hence Hood's Sarsapanlla may
be depended upon as strictly pure, honest
' rrorileon HeaUfinnrter.
It F. Krandom A Co. are prepared to
givejou special bargains in accordeons
and al kinds of small goods. Our accorde
ons are of the latest t)l-s and lest mikes,
and it will pay jou to call and see what we
n Black Cashmere ami real Merino
Shawls at Ml'iil'HV. A Btiu 's.
"H CKMETAC." a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price ii and 50 cents. For said
by F.-A. Garwood.
Attend the sale of lots October I'J.
For bargains In Anthracite coal go to
Wheldon .t Merrill. Gland opera house.
Prompts you to go where you
can deal to the best advantage
The best goods that money
will buy, for it is always
Will notice at once the per
fect fie and superiority over
ROUSE & PARSONS'.
Our Irish Msitors" nt Black's Last
Night The Criterion 0,era Company,
itiaclc't opera house was packed last
1 nIl?ht tne occasion being the performance
of tnat nonsensical, but very funny skit,
..0ur iri,,, visitors," by those unequaled
, Ilihemlun lamrh.ralcer. frr,r nn.l Mnr-
, phy. The Immense audience literally held
I its sides and laughed till it cried at the ab
I surd situations and comical characters of
the piece. The piece has no literary merit
or consi jtency. but Is simply an odd con
glomeration of amusing character sketches.
The singing by all the soloists was admir
able, and Professor Book's band orchestra is
"one of the tmest."
T1IL sll. Kit KIMl.
The Henr) C. Miner "Silver K'ng" com
pany, which comes to the Grand opera
house next Mondaj evening. Oct 17th, 1
under the maiiagementHU George I.. Har
rison, Is noted for its evenly strong per
formance and Illustrates the success which
is certain to attend a good production. 1 he
play Is put on in a manner that in Itself
calls for special mention. "ew mechanical
and scenic effects, in addition to those
used In previous ) ears, have been intro
duced this season with marked success.
Some Idea of the Immensity of the tjusl
ness done by this company last season
may be ta n-d when it is known tbat the
management paid over nfteen thousand
dollars In ro)alties for the use of the pliy.
Seats are now on sale at Harris's cigar
sOI.il WI.Fk OK COV1IC Ot'KKA.
Coninieiiciiu next Monday evening, Oc
tober 17. the Criterion Opera eompauj. con
sisting of Ihlttj-fivo artists, will appear at
Black's opera house tor a solid week. The
opera for Monda) will be Au Iran's famous
"1.1 Mieotte " The opera will be hand
somelj mounted, and the orchestra will be
fhe tinost eur plaved in Spriugtlcld for
comic op-n. numbering twelve musicians.
The Toledo fiir of la-stbaturda) said:
"A large audience- greeted the Criterion
Onern cioiifinnv last evening tn listen to.
l-i M vcotte ' The company did a great ten. Butler Ls reportl as having told a
dtal better thin in 'Bohemian Girl.' and' Kansas, Citi reporter tbit hn he wis a
nt thiiei I heir singing was clever, and re-' younc "'" he was examined roe'aii nppoint
ceived sevi ral well deserved encores, while i nwut as n depniton-nt clerk and came ncro
their "fiinnv busiuesV was in the main , this question: "Whit utes and territories
very cleverlv done, and kept the audience
in the best of I unior. From appearances
last evening it would seem that this clever
company tend to Improve as the people be
come better acquainted with them, and they
will establish themselves as genuine favorites.-'
The admlsdon during the week will be
15. 'J5, 35 and SO cents. No extra charge
for reserved seats. Only matinee by this
company, next Saturday at 2:30.
SlMTABOUT A WILL.
VTns Junes I. 1,-n-et or Sound Mind TThen
lie M.idell lllgsult for srvie.
By her attornejs, Wallace A Coleman.
Mrs. Elizabeth Irie has brought suit In com
mon pleas court against J. K. Mower and
Keuben Leffel, deceased, and Michael l.ef
fel et al , heirs-at-Uvv, to have the last
will and testament rff James P. '.enVl
set aside. It was probated April 7, and
' Messrs. Mower and Keuben LetTel were
appointed executors. Plaintiff asserts that
when he made the will deceased was of
unsound mind from Illnes and age. and
was cox reed by Keuben. Michael and Ki-
chel Leffel Into giving the plaintiff, who Is
a daughter, a small share for life only.
sa)ing that as she had no children the
property would go to her hiisbind at death.
Martha J M-s-ks has also brought suit
against the executors fot S?.7feS 75. alleged
to be ilue for nursing Mr. Leffel from Feb.
2-J, 187J. to April 5, 1835 5.W weeks.
TARSNEY AND BLOOM.
Hie Democrats Have a Love Feast at the
(rand Opera House.
! The democrats finally managed to mus-
! ter m a meeting last night and turned
loose at the Grand opera house, where
Hon. Tim. E. Tarsney, of Kist Saginaw,
Mich , and Hon. S S. Bloom, of Shelb),
()iio, addressed a gixid sized audience.
The soeeches were of the same old whoop
'em up variety, with little new or
to the point In them, but they caught the
i un'aiindried audience present with great
effect. George Arthur, esq , presided and
Foreman's baud supplemented the chin mu-
S'c with the other variety.
A handful of the Jefferson club and other
democrats, headed bv Foreman's band,
turned out in the evening and marched to
tl e Arcade to escort the speakers. But the
latter had got wind or the intention arid
Med premature!) tn the opera house.
There will be a meeting of the resident
members of the Ancient Accepted Scottish
Kite tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at
Masonic temple. A full attendance is d
sind. Bv order of the Slciiktauy.
John Hughes, a colored boy, filed an afll
davit in the tolice court this afternoon
against lorn. Dudley, another colored boy,
for iKiinting a pistol at him and shooting
him in the foot. Dudley is under arrest.
Chief Ambrose last evening assigned Of
ficer Tom B vd. who has been police court
bailiff, to duty at til? pitrnl house. In place '
of Olhcer Potee, who takes tha position of
police court bailiff. I
Our Piano and Organ Opening is informal, and will
continue until everybody has purchased a nice instru
ment. We are receiving a new and beautiful s ock
every day, and we will sell at prices lower than was
ever offered in this city. If you are interested, call
and see us and talk with us ; we are always glad to
answer questions and impart our plans of doing bus
iness, whether you buy or not. Our
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Are all new, and not shopworn and looking like a last
R. F. BRANDOM & CO
New Cases of Diphtheria.
Three new cases of diphtheria were re
ported this morning. One is the child of
Ed. Buck. 3J7 Dibert avenue, another is a
l.agonda avenue, and the third Is at 2S
la) lor street
The republicans ol BellefonUina opened
their club room on Wednatdty night The
rooms ars handsomely fitted up. and the
opening gives promise of a very successful
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Barr and two
daughters arrived from Dubuque, where
Mrs. Barr has been speuding the summer,
this morning. She is in much Improved
Mrs. Adam f.enhart and daughter. Miss
Elsie, returned today from a two week's
visit among friends in Missouri.
Ladles' black doth jackets.
some Berlin made Jackets at
Mciii'iir A Him
Sunday School Scholar (to teacher of .1 col
ored Sunday school class, who lias related the
parable of the Prodigal Son) Well, I dou't
tuik he was very snurt to ent busks when he
was hungry Why didn't he Lid one ob deui
little pigf Burlington Fiee Piess
The geliel r! failure f the late total eclipse
of the sun uggeli the rxjbil.t) lint rtig-g-ins
predated it Pltuburg Chronicle.
Tbe president will see a mighty big coun
try. From tip to tip tbe American eagle has
a 3,000 mile spread of wing and n gooil,
healthy, heaven leaching scream. Philailel
His life wis fast ebbing away and his mind
was wan lenng. "Bill," be muttered, -liold
her up high an' let Iter drop bard. he's
checked for Saratoga." "John," whispered
his wife, -do you liear nief" But tbe old
haggage mister lay dead. New York Sun
"1 believe you aul Mr. Twister was a to
bacco dealerf" "Not exai tly. I snid he was
a denier in cigarettes mid cbeupcigai a." New
would jou cross in gmng fiom Jfew Yoric to
the rauflc- coast f Hediln't know, nml to
he wrote: "None; I would go around by Cupe
Horn." New York bun.
Buy your kid gloves of Murphy A
Bro., and have them fitted to the hand.
Tunlght anil Tomorrow Night,
And each day and night during this week
you can get at T. J. Casper's drugstore. 41
East Main street. Kemp's Balsam for the
Throat and Lungs, acknowledged to be the
most successful remedy ever sold for the
cure of Cough. Croup. Bronchitis, Whoop
ing Cough. Asthma and Consumption. Get
a bottle fodVi and keep It alwajs In the
house, so you can check yrur cold at once.
Price 50c. and SI 00. Sample bottles free.
Gugenheim has opened today Kuszit's
seal sacques and Jackets and B. II. Clstlm's
fane fancy plush wraps. The display is
grand and all the ladies are invited to see
Rowland, dentist. No. 8
All work war- I
street Terms reasonable,
A lot In the Kershner sale.
Seal Plush Sacques the best value
)ou will hud at
St c urn r A Bno.'s.
The Kershner Male.
Intoda)'s issue of the Bepl'bmc the
K-rshner heirs present a plat of tiie lots t
be sold at auction on October 19 sn 1 20 j
Foley A Havward, the ct lebrated auctio -evrs.
The lots are all situated in a splendid
portion of the city and all are healthy.
The sfreet cars run near bv and those
who will occupy them will find itconver
lent to the center of the city in hve min
utes' ride. Head ths "a I" and see plat of
lots, then at end the sale.
Buy a lot in the Kershner sale.
Ileal Sinker blankets warranted all
wool. Si 50 ami up at
Muiirin A Bi.o.'s.
Advertisings patent medicine In the pe
culiar way in which tbe proprietor of
Kemp's Balsam, for Coughs and Cold, dm s
It is indeed wonderful. He authorizes T.
.1. Casper, druggist 41 East Main street to
give to those who call for it a sample bottle
free, that they may try it before purchas
ing. The Large Bottles are 50c and SI 00
We certainly would advise a trial. It ma)
save you from consumption.
HotchkLss. Carey A Co., coal dealers.
have removed one half square south to 115
Linden avenue, where the) are prepared to
give prompt attention to all things in their
line. Telephone 347.
Buy jour blankets of
Ml iirnv. .t Bun.
The five lots are located on Kssick
street, near Cllfion street, and two squaies
f nun the great Kast street shops: street cars
and water works. Sale on October 20th,
at J p. m. Sale positive.
Kiubroidered skittiug tlaiinel in white
and colors, pretty and cheap, at
!ft PERFECT M
I ts suoerior excellence proven In millions ot
homes Irrmore thin a iuirter cf a century.
It is used by the I nlted Mates liovernmeat
Endorsed hv the hen!s of the Ureit Unlversl
les as the strongest. Purest. Most Healthful.
Dr Price's the only Making Powder that does
lot ontdu Ammonia. Lime or Alum. Sold
nly In Cans
PRICK BV.KIM1 POWDEUCO..
SXWTORK. CH1CACO. It.lOCII.
The "Chest Shield" it all grates. Com
plete lines of Camel's Hiir, Scarlet,
White anil Clouded Merinos.
and wiuttr weight Balbnggan.
Ike Shirt Maker, Hitter aid Far-
nlatter, 5 Ett Main Street.
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