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NEW STYLES, NEW FABRICS,
WE'VE OVERCOATS I SUIT EVERY AGE
And condition of mankind ; we have 'em at prices low enough for the poorest person in town, and we have all the other grades, up to the finest Silk
and Satin Lined, fit for a king. Our prices are the lowest, and we know it ; if we doubted it, do you think we would display nigh a hundred styles in
our show window, each marked in large, plain figures, and the price it will be sold for? We rather think not. We mention to gentlemen who aspire
to be well dressed, will please remember that we manufacture and sell as fine clothing as any house in the United States ; that our regular prices
(quality always considered) are far below any other Springfield Clothiers, and that during the coming week, we will offer, also in Children's Clothing,
the grandest bargains you ever saw.
THE LONDON CLOTHING COMP'Y,
1 r t
Ptcnt Bottom, 25 feats.
Galvanized Coal Hods,
DEWED CDkL USES !
Neeine tell you they are cheap I
1 udMWMtSteliStrMt and'O South
Black's. All this week, 'Criterion
Comic Operm Co. Chant of bill each night.
Gbaxb. Thursday eTenlng. October 20,
Tnat Daniels, in "Little Puck."
Black's. The erent of the entire year,
the ew York Casino greatest success
Ermlnie." Watch the date next week.
Wednesday, November 2. Evening, at
wigwam: Governor.!. B. Foraker.
Friday. October 21. Evening, at N'ew
Carlisle: Gen. C. H- Grosvenor and Hon.
D. K. Watson. ..-.. ..
October 21 At Selma: W. S. Newber
ry. Jamas Buford. E. M. Butler.
October 25-At Ubon: W. L. Weaver.
J. F. lfcGrw.
October 27 At Keid's school house: J.
C. Miller, A-. Summers.
October 27 At Vienna: G. C. Bawlius,
W.M. Rocket ..,,,.
October 28 Hopewell school house: W.
M. Koekel. L. F. Young.
November 1 At Harmony: J. C. Miller,
NoVembeM-At Euon: G. C. Kawlins,
'NoVember 4-At Pitcliin: T. J. Prlng.e,
Nevember 5 At Mooreheld: G. C. la-
11ns, J. C. Miller.
The UlulllH Tint Ar. runulos; thm
The family of Mr. Luke L. Young, a
well-known and highly respected Ohio
Southern engineer, living at 283 Clifton
street, seem to be the Ictims of a most
distressing and persistent affliction. Ethel,
the daughter, died of diphtheria and was
buried OiL 5. Charley, aged tears, died
of the same disease and was-buried last
Sunday, and the only remaining child
about 1 yearold-N ill and not eapected
recover. Charley had his arm broken
bout three weeks ago and Mrs. Young's
brother was killed last Friday on a rail
road in Indiana.
Fits -All lit stapped free by Dr. Kline's
Great N e llestonr. No fits after nrst
day's a alarvelous cures. Treatise and
SJ trial bott leo to tit cases. Send to
Dr. Kline, 831 A ch street. Philadelphia,
One dollar and a half buys a fine Dongola
aiii a rood calf hboe for ladies at the Ar
cade Shoe House.
For bargains in Anthracite coal go to
Wbeldon A Merrill. Grand opera house.
BOYS' SCHOOL CAPS, ALL GRADES AND PRICES, AT BANCROFT'S.
THE BEST REMEDY
For Cough iM and: Drawn!! Troubles
Is Ir. Casper's Compound Mrup ot
Tar, Wild Cherry
Itli the best family couch medicine made.
It allays couch. iulets tickling, rellees
tightness and breaks up the cold.
It Is pleasant to take and prompt to cure.
It Is the cheapest bottles nearly double
sir ot otber makes.
It Is put up In sue and $1 bottles.
SOLI) ONLY AT
CASPER'S Drug Store,
fisher's Block. MalBltret,Id Door Wast
Mr. J. W. Kiser, of SL Paris, Champaign
county, was in town yesterday.
Mr. John Harness left last evening via
the Pan Handle for Omaha, Neb.
Mrs. J. P. Smith left today for Wells
ton, Ohio, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Theo
Mrs. J. A. Creighton and daughter and
Miss Malone left last evening for Omaha,
tia the Pan Handle.
Mr. Will Foos, of the Foos Manufactur
ing Company, left jesterday for Oallas,
Texas, to attend the fair at that place.
The Kei'L'iiuc is Indebted to Mr. I).
Wissinger. proprietor of the Forest Hou-e,
for late Santa Ana (California) papers.
The wife of Hv. John Pearson. p.ator
of Central M. E church. Is now reeoterin?
from a ery set ere .pU of illness, and will
be up in a few daj .
Messrs. C. II. Net! and IJ. II. Hinnells.
of New CarlWe, were in town jesterday
working up the excursion of the 1'iu.r Hat
brigade to that tillage on Fridiy night.
The regular meeting of Mitchell poL
No. 45, (5. A. 1L. next Thursday etentng,
will be one of unusual importance, as the
question of the post's remittal into new
quarters Is to be settled.
Dr. Finley's leclure on "St. Paul" will
be delivered next Sunday night in the
I Christian church. This able and wortuy
minlster may soon leave;Spriticald and all
should embrace the opportunity to hear
All the lights at the I. It & W. head
quarters suddenly went out just before fl
o'clock Monday niglit, and for a few min
utes the train di-iatc.iers had to light
matches to go on working. Lanterns were
then called Into sertice.
"Costly thT habit a thy pune can buy.
But not expressed In fancy; rieli, not gaudy.
For the apparel olt proclaims tin- lean."
Nature has not boon so latish in her gifts
that we can afford to despise them, and any
assistance that we can render, in the way
of maLing our personal appearance as at-
' tractive as jwssilile. should be cheerfullj
As our friend Shakpeare aj. a man
should dnss as will as his means will jus
tify, ami tin re is no surer means of attain
ing this end than by examining the select,
new fall shipments f the justlt celebrated
Clay Worsteds for dress purines; the elt
gan't line of owieoatitiKs, gray, black and
blue Eljsians IUtlnes anil Mnntagnscs
now offered to the public by Jason W. Phil
lips. No. ill eat Main street
These goods are the newest, dressiest and
most genteel patterns that money can buy,
and to the purchaser a sttlish, well-made.
perfectly-httiug garment is assured.
SUPERIORITY OF STYLE, FIT ! DURABILITY
Sam. Ilyan was arrested last night for
Mr E. T. Thomas went to London this
morning on bu-dness. ,
Mf. I). Wright, of Troy, was In town
yesterdaynn'hnslhess. j (, ,
Mr. J. L. Miller. Bee Line agent at Day
ton, was in the city today.
Mr. Georgo II. Knight, Bee Line agent,
went to Mechanicsburg this moruing.
Mr. Frank Meade, traveling passenger
agent of the Wabash system, was In the
city this morning.
The Collier will case Is still dragging
along in the court of common pleas. There
is nothing else doing In court
More wooden rookeries are being built
on Primrose alley, between Main and High
streets. What have we done?
Members of the Buckeye club, do not
fall to attend the meeting tonight Im
portant business is to be transacted.
Democrats of the Ninth ward willimet
at Geier's shop, on Jackson street Friday
ev.'nimr, to organize award club. ALeil
sn 1 Morris will orate.
All memb-rs of Springfield division. No.
6, U. It. K. of P.. will meet this (Wedrts-
d ly) et miug for drill In C. C. G. armory,
t ir drilL By order of
A. W. Coou Captain.
All republicans of the Fifth ward are re
quested to meet at E. M. Arbogast's car
penter shop on Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock. G. W. Woses,
l)r. O. L. Cole, of this city, will spend
Thursday and Friday of this week with his
brother. Dr. W. D. Cole, of St Paris. Dr.
Cile. of St Paris, leaves the first of the
month for Hot Springs, Ark., where he ex
pects to spend the winter for his health.
The union labor party will have a meet
in; at the wigwam on Friday nicbl of this
week. The pruclpal speaker will be Mr.
William Baker, candidate for attorney gen
eral, but several local speakers will also ad
dress tin meeting. On Saturday night Mr.
Baker will speak at New Carlisle.
Uv. .V. L. Wilkinson. D I)., and wife.
Mrs. J. C. Lyon, Miss Mame Ljon, Mrs.
Kichar.1 Leedle, Mrs. II. N. White, Mrs.
Dr. T. It Potter and others left yesterday
morning to attend the Ohio Baptist State
convention, in Da ton. representing the
First Baptist church of this city.
Imitations have been received by friends
In this city to the marriage of Miss Ma
Jnnitn. of Wheeling, W. Va., to Mr. Ar
thur C. Jones, of Moberly, Mo. Miss Jor
dan's father was a former pastor of Trinity
Ilapilst church, and sliewill be remembered
b many as a charming and accomplished
An amusing wedding occurred last een
iinr. A joung couple presented themselves
to a nest end minister and asked to he tit d
together. The groom hail on a suit of
haiid-uie-don, from which the price tacs
had not j et been removed and the bride
stepped on the dog and made it shriek just
as the ceremony was commencing.
Lieutenant Colonel Georce W. LeonarJ
and fifteen members of the Sons of Vete
rans camp, of this city, weni to Itellefon
taine last evening to institute a new camp
In that city. They mustered thirty-two
charter members. General It P. Kennedy
was present and delivered a tine address.
The boys had a great supper at their own
expense and then returned home about 1
o'clock, much pleased with the trip. Ur
On. il.i!!ar tmt'J n trtit ahiw iT liDBVV
working shoe for ladies at the Arcade Shoe
JEEPTJBLIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10 18P7.
south n.i3vrE3STorsrE: ST
Proraninieof th Auttimu Mertlnc of tlir
Ontrnl Ohio Institute, to l.r lipid In
On Thursday and Friday, October 30th
and 21st the first autumn meeting of the
Central Ohio Farmers' Institute will be
held at the city hall. In Columbus. The
ofheers of the Institute are II. A. Weber,
president: C. W. Hess, vice president, and
W. S. Detail, secretary" ami treasurer, all
of CoIuiii'mh. Following will be the pro
gramme o the meeting:
TlIl-l:s1).VV, OCTOI1EU20 'J A. M.
Prayer . . - Hev. Washington Oladden
President's Address "Central Ohio Farm
ers' Institute" Prof, II. A. Weber
Essay "from Coll to Farm Horse" --.. .
btscustlon upon the above subject.
Address "Kelatlve Cost of Meet and .Milk
In Franklin County" .RVv. W. It Parsons
Essay "The Fanner's Social Life"
.Mrs. J. M. H etraore
2 r. m.
Appointing of Nomlnatlns Committee.
Address "Hob Cholera" .Pr. H.J. Detmers
Essay "Market Hardening for Pr.iat".
. It J.Tusslnc
Address "Vegetable Ilreedln" W .1 Oreen
I)lsculun "Improving Vegetables "
Lecture "The Prevention of Anlmtl Dis
eases" Dr. JT. S Tovtnshend
Discussion "Care ol Farm Animals."
FKIDAY, OCTOIlKIt 219 A. si.
Report of the secretary Treasurer.
Report of Jtomtnatlng Committee and Elec
tion of Ofneers for lvl.
Address "The Silo" J. V. Everal
Lecture "Uftot Ctods for Keedlnir"
Prof. II A.Weber
1 ree Talk upon Roots.
Address "Wheat Cu'ture" James Hess
AddreM "(trasses and Forme. PIat" -
Prof Win It Lazenby
Lecture "The Sheep as a Necessary Ad
junct of the Farm"- . K Sprague
IMseuKlnn "Livestock on the Farm "
Address "The Neglected Apple Or hard"
Frsnk V Dill
Discussion "Fruits upon the Firm "
Address "Law of the Farm"- 0 W. Aldrlch
Discuss! in of this Topic.
The Rev. Mr. Clagget and his assistant
Mr. Bit ch. of St Louis, Evangelists, who
hate just cone! uded a successful work in
Hamilton. Canada, are resting a few da) s
j In Springfield, and have consented to con
duct the service this evening in the First
! Presh)terian church.
I Over two hundred Cheyenne and Sioux
Indians passed through west of the city on
; the N. Y. P. & O., last night en route to
Washington, to hate a povt-wow with the
llev. B Seeter, of west Main street,
united in marriage Lew Is II Walker, of
Paulding county, and Miss Eille E. Wolfe,
of this city, yesterday.
j Jits. Dr. Hobinson, ot Mt Vernon, O . is
ti-iting her uncle, Mr. A. II. Moore, of No.
20fl west North street
I Mrs. John I.. Turner, of Xenia, is in the
cit), the guest of friends.
j That feeling of extreme debility is en
tirely overcome by Hood's Sarsapanlla. "I
was tired all over, hut II(sd's Sarsaparilia
gate me new life and strength." says a
Pawtucket It I., lady. Hood's Sarsapa
nlla is sold hy all druggists. SI a bottle, or
six bottles for 85.
How laud, dentist No. 8 south Market
street Terms reasonable. All work war
ranted. Union Co-oierative C al Co. sells Hock
ing, Jackson and Sunday Creek.
A REMARKABLE CASE.
A Man l'Ae llltnseff ofT fur the Kepre-
enmilveor ft IIIC Ifcliiroau soil si bib m
One of the most remarkable criminal
cases that lias been brought to light In this
part of the state recently was worked up
by Mr. Jhn Hall, special detective of the
Little Miami road, and the particulars were
related to a representatlteof the Uk"Ciiuc
on Tuesday by Detective Hall.
For the past two weeks a fellow giving
his name as C. C. Stowell. has been travel
ing over the various Hues of railroad in the
central part of Olilc. representing himselr
as the traveling passenger agent of the
Chicago, Hock Island and Pacific railroad.
He jumped his board bill at hteubentllle
and then went to London, where lie also
jumped his board bill. From
Iinuon he went to Columbus, and
the ice to Xenla, where he arrivid
last Wednesday and stopped at the Con -mercial
hotel. He announced that he was
going to Da) ton, but Instead went to Cin
cinnati. He had gone to his room just a
few minutes before he left th- hotel. That
afterno n Mrs. LInlav, wife of
the irjprietor of the hotel, missed
her gool watch and chain, and suspicion
was at once directed to the man
Stowell. That evening Mr. Lindsay and
Detective Hall went to Cincinnati, but were
unable to obtain any trace of Stowell.
They left the case in the hands of the Cm
detectives, and on Thursday learned that
Detective Craw ft rd had found
the stolen watch in a pawn
shop, where Stowell had put
it up for SH, with instructions to send It
C. O. D to his addiest, care of Palllips
house. Da) ton.
- Detective Hall went to Da)ton. but he
missed the fellow, although he heard of
him. As Stowell had told the liot-l peo
ple he would be in Da) ton on Monday
again, the officer determined to get him
Stowell cauie to Springfield on Saturday J
night, registered at the I.agonda house, re
mained here over Sunday and returned to
D.i)ton Monday morning. When he ei -tered
the Phillips house Detective Hall was
waiting for him and at once
placed him under arrest He found
on him annual passes for ISsT
over the It AO, New York, Chicago and
St Ixmls. Wabash. St Louis and Paclfii".
Wabash Railway, ltee Line. Buf
falo, New York aud Puiladelphia. N. Y. P
O . Koine. Watertown and Ogdeiisburg.
P. C. A St L . and t.rand Trunk railway,
all made In favor of C. C. Stowell. travel
ing passenger agent of tl C. R. I. Jfc P.
Letiir.. tecommendatlons and clothing
found in the prisoner's satvltel showed him
to be one U ' a rrftr. of Anderson. Inrt
lie had tvi.'ently robbed Stowell
i if h's iases. He was taken
to Xenia and j-ited for stealing
the wati'ii. Mr. Stowell, the agent of the
C. It I. V P.. was telegraphed for, and
was to arrive in Xenla on Tuesday niglit
hlngs will be made pretty Interesting for
Hie I'eiuiaml for Olive.
It 16 noted that a Kre.at demand for
olives has sprung up in consequence of
the upprojih of the Jiwish holidays, it
is said that the Hebrews lire great con
sumers of Isith the olive mid the o.l ex
tracted from it S" gnat is ll.e demand
th.it some of the California frr.it growers
have made attempts in cultivate theolite,
but so f ar lm e not Ix-en able to make it
profitable. O-w ejo Times.
How Imliins Poison Trutit.
Ill some parts of California the Indians
K.atLer u certiun inusonous plant in large
quantities mid throw it into a pool or
brook where the) know theuwirc trout.
Then they whip the water with brandies
until the juice ot ll'e pl.u.t exudes. Iho
result is that lar.-e miinliers of trout be
come stuiielled mid come to the biiriace,
trliere they are easily captured. Chicago
Tho nlleged worm that feeds on steej
rails is nn npoehrvphal human ire.atiou.
Bcknce is i.gaiust any suc.li supposition.
Mr. J. 11. Kib'jIUs went to Columbus
this morning on business.
- Fl - BEST
TIow m Cult Opens Clams.
"I had a very .singular experience last
Sunday." s.iid n tradesman, whose shop
m Oakland is adorned by the sign, ''Orni
thological Rarities," but who, ou a pinch,
would sell ii ilo or a rabbit. "I was
walking cm the beach, not very far from
the Clilf house, and I had jhst noticed that
an usually Large number' of sea Rulls were
A) lug over the sands, when a hard sub
stance struck me violently uiion the head
nnd staggered me. Luckily my hat w as
t cry thick and I am blessed vv ith a tolera
bly solid skull. o I soon recovered my
self, and I was looking nbout to ascertain
what had hit me, when I was gre.atly
startleii by u weird and ghostly tinttering
of wings' n foot al Jive me. A great gray
gull had narrowly escaped alighting upon
my shoulders He just succeeded in check
ing his imjietuous descent as his feet al
most touched me. With a queer kind ot
half frightened cry he was again lato the
air. Hut what had brought him so close
tome? I soon found out. Ltingonthe
sand was the thing that had given me
that blow- utioii Hie head. It was a large
black musst 1, nud the sea gull had dropped
it from a dizit height upon aiy unolTend
I have studied the habits of these
lnnls pretty carefully, nnd I know very
well why he had done it. He was trjing
to get al his dinner, jnd as the shell of
the mussel was still unbroken, and i
tribed to see him try again, Ittalk.nl t
couple of hundred yards iivv.aynnd then
turned to watch h's movements. See
lug that the cot was dear, he qnickl)
tlevv back to tie phv e vv here the mussel
hud fallen, sciznl it in hislnk and, again
rising hi.:h into the air, he let it drop
He followed st close 1) as it fell, keeping
almost besiib- it during the trrtaler partot
the descent, ami only moderating bis
dovvnvvnnl rush when he was In danger ol
dashing himself upon the beach. The
mussel struck the sand, but the shell was
still unbroken, and, indeed, it was very
et ident to me that the soft ground that
received it would never lay it open. Then
I flung the mussel to u distance, and the
gull, s-eeming to take this us a hint that
my head was not .a chopping block, seized
his troublesome delicacy and tlevv nway
I saw- him turn a little inland, rise once
more to a great height, dart swiftly down
and then wing his vay out to sen. I
found that many stones lay at the place
of his last descent; so. doubtless, his per-scteranci-
was at length rewarded, and he
had gone otr to some lonely rock to dine."
i-an Francisco Examiner.
A Hurled CUT.
That one of the greatest of nil of the
cities limit lit the lliifhlhi-ts in the east
should have Iiecn forgotten aud lost in
the depths of a trackless forest for 1,000
) ears is a fact Unit hits a powerful hold
on the imacination Readers of Mr.
Ferguson nnd Sir F'mcrson Teunent hate
heard something of the architectural won
ders of Aiiunidliapura. the ancient "city
cf granite," in lliei-land of Ce) Ion, and
of the impar.il! led immunity of its struc
tured and rich monumental remains from
the ravages of the spoiler mid the religions
Since they wrote great progress has
oeon mad" in the way of clearing the
jungle. Mr liur.-ow s, who has lately
tisited the city, gives iu Macmlllau'
Magazine iv remarkable account of the
progrc-ss made in local archasilogical re
searches since this marvelous record of
the past was accidentally rcdi-scot ercsl
The ruins al present disclosed are lie
scribed as already extending for a ills
tance of at least four miles by two and a
lialf. The wonderful Cingalese palace,
supposed to have bc-en built about the
commencement of the Christian era, of
which Mr. lturrovvs gives an elalnirate
description, was discov eresl only last )ear.
So far the clearings and excavations are
stated to jield re-sults which entirely
ngria? with the most authentic nccount
i-xtant from an e)e witness of ancient
Anuraillinpurn the Chinese traveler, Fa
Hi. in, who tisited it iu tlie early part of
the Fifth century Chicago Times.
Sweet cider for sale by the gallon or bar
rel, fresh from the iiress, at O. U. Netfs
grocery. No. 140 Clifton street
The Only Prrfert Itemed--
For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and
kindred ills, is the famous California liqu d
fruit remedy, S)rup of Figs. Itstrenjtl
ensaswellas cleanses the system, it is
easily taken, and Is perfectly liarmlesi.
Fifty-cent and one-dollar bottles for s&J at
Camper's ilriig slot.
Hnhl 4. Lyoii-have just received a new
assortment oC dried fruits. They are -uice.
One dollar and a half buys a fine Dongola
and a good calf shoe for ladies at the Ar
cade Shoe House.
The llnby la "A II Stopped Up."
"We took it out riding In its carriage and
It went to sleep. It caught cold while we
were earning it from the carriage back Into
the house." The Hoi.max Adjustable
Baiiv Cakiiiaok can be detached from the
wheels and cairled into the house without
disturbing the baby. See advertisement
and send for a catalogue. 275 Wabash ave
nue, Chicago, 111.
When ) ou want good coal go to WnMon
& Merrill, Grind opera house.
A Cakh. To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscretions of )outh, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhoc d,
etc., IwllI send a receipt that will cure jou.
free of charge. This great remedy was
di-cutered by a missionary In South Ami r
ica. Send self-addressed envelope to Rev.
Joseph T. Inuian, Station I). New Yoik
One dollar and a half bursa fine Dongola
and a good calf shoe for ladles at the Ar
cade Shoe House.
Try Wheldon A Memll for coaL
Its s'irierlor excellence proven In million" of
humes fur mire than a quarter of a Centura
It is used bv the United States 15 ivernment
End jrsed by the heads of the tlrea' t'ntversl
ties as the strongest. Purest. -Most Healthful
Dr. Price's the oult-Uaklng Powder that doet
not contain Ammonia. Lime, or Alum. suit,
onlf In Cans
PKICK BAKINrt POWDER CO .
siVTiikk. rKirii.ii st. tons
PRIVATE BOARDING '.
Thi Oalj (lr-t-rlas Hoasr or tkl klail
ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE
No. lis!" Main. N-.R. Corner Factory.
Tt,VTKS:-l to SI.JO per iliey; ami
4.ail. .t mini U per nk.
S. V. VAX SOKMAS, M. II.
a. s. liocsi. a s,
. Nil MHMM & HOUSE
Physicians and Surgeins.
Ufflce, No. 3 Mllehell Block.
Realdecce, No. 143 High St.
Offlce Ilours : 10 a. m. to IS m, 1 p. m. to i p. m.
UrAJ.rED-sltuatlon.by a dot. In private
vi umlly.fnr bnard and schl advantac.
Addraas. jl. i.. htesrart. Hepnbllc office. -Ma
A NTKD Ladr agents icu.aranteed S dally.
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- ssvUl.c m;c& -,
y sATED V E-nera! ai:nt tor Clark and
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oldest and best established accident Insur
ance cimpaales In America. For terms and
particulars allreis.il J. MeCuiIoanh. north
east corner Main and Third streets. Dayton.
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TJAJrEf V g-io.1 itlrl for general house
It work, at 111 X. Limestone street :t
y N'TED M AX-To talce the agency of our
IF safes, stie 2xlsxls Inches: weight SW)
lbs ; retail price- ill; other sties In propor
tion. A rare chance to create a permanent
business at ho-ni These safes meet a de
mand never before supplied by other safe
corapantes. as wo are not governed by the
f-afo Pool. Alpine Safe Co., Cincinnati. O.
TTtTPI Lady, active and Intelligent, to
ii represent. In berownlocallty.anold Arm;
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s.t.M, va K.cuAi.i ir'.'jircu yeruiAii'ii. iw
slti.ia and e I s il iry. J. (1 Blsnchard.SuBt..
SJ Reade st . X. V.
UTANTED Clerics and mechanics to know
if that the tultloa fees for night school are
110 Hi and tit. oae-ha't down, balance la
monthly payments Xetsoa College, Arcade.
ITAjrrED-A!l kinds ot clothes wringers to
IT repair: called .'or and delivered: orders
a mall promptly atteaded to. S.M. Miller.
fCIK KkXl-iMiiKd tt-u tisuuiuue holu (.f
Ine r- m. hvjr"t and cistern water.
doujic c liar. Urge closet, six n antels and
k Hies, gu ihruiigno'u the ...ne. VI lit rent
low to itsiu fnant. Call at the southwest err
nerot Mechanic and Pleasant streets. SiJt
F0K REXT-Room; a very desirable, nicely
furnished front room, suitable for one or
twogentlemen.at 111 South .Market street. ona
sqiLtrefrom rcade. Reference required. Iu
HUlrean the premises or ot J. U. Clarke. 240tf
FOR US NT V new house of 5 rooms on East
street, within one squire of the Xew
Chimplon shops; city and cistern wsterand
good cellar. Inquire or Thomas Sharp. ZZlt
,011 REXr House of eight rooms. In good
repair. within t tosuusres ot the postofflee.
or further particulars, see or address. J. K.
V )R UEXT Two. three or four furnished
r room i for housekeeping, centrally located.
Reference required. Address S. S this office.
FOR REXT From one to four rooms, cen
trally located, with first class accommoda
tions; rent cheap: nons but rood oaytngtea
ant need apply. Inquire of Trios. Sharpe.
Money to cOa .
TO LOX MoDev On real estate or good
rersonal security. Also, for sale: A douhla
house of nt ne rooms; rents for f 16 per month:
price. !D". Also, other property for sale or
trade. In any part of the city or country. In
quire ot c. II Kissel), room .1. Commercial
block. Limestone street, over KInnane. Wren
A Co-'s d ry cods store. stittOm
UOXEY TO LOAX-lnsumsof IAO to 17.000.
on three to nveyears' time, on first raort
rsge or approved commercial paper, iloorgs
I Cales roomXo.l. Lagonda baafc balldlng.
f OST Pug dor. Unhealed sore on neck.
I Medium size. Keturu to 173 east Illglk
street and be rewarded.
LOST Cornet mouth-piece, b shank, betvtsten,
(irand opera bouse and wigwam, tlsder
l!l be liberally rewarded by leavlna at Bit
lx otneo. s7b
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FOR SALE Jje t,ood nard coal base burner:,
one good -irlor c-iok stove. Xaqulreat.
No. C4vve-t PI lasant street. 2a
Dissolution of PartaenUp.
The partnership heretofore eilatlngbetVeea
Henry Landefeld and Michael Welbrsucb. un
der the firm name of Landefeld A Welliraueh.
has been dissolved by mutual consent. Hears;
LanJefeld withdrawing from said Arm.
The undersigned will continue to run frrtt-
class barb - shops In the Arcade and Lagoada
House. Extensive Improvements are being
made, and patrjus will receive the best ot at
tention. Michael vViibbacch
rVUl find Just wbat they need A FU U. Ll
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