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KXTIU LIGHT WKIUIIT,
The Mln Htr M Hatter nnd Kur
P" .1 lutif.ui.ummn
SOME ANCIENT HISTORY.
.eougmimiin Kiiumaii ll luth Hnnir
I'mImU ur I,l luWroi,
The fullowInK U from ltir Mn n
iMt SumUy'n Cincinnati Knji(ivri
1 Mkwl Mr. Ilobwton If h u, not taken
wtmo Mtt wlillo In (xmirr In IicIIiik
(iNivnl Mf m iHkir. lit aaUl that
ha tmrt Riid kkvo tli following ninm
i.iJ.m (,,Mfl,,M rtwtlwn Micro wm an
Interval brlwvoa III InaiiiturMloii ami tin
MtliW(lliPmMiL ami lit that Inter
VU lijifloM & klliini. llnforo ho wan
jhQt, In July, Mr. lllaliio iiMikti to hi In
favor of maklnii Mr. Itlntwk, of Ngw
. the awakw. 1 waa nuliitally oil
jiowt to lllwjock for Miumt ieinal ami
twill cal reaanni. I hail khii a mt'nittrr
of tlciioral OrMil'a rabliiKt, Hint iluilng
that limn lllmick had run on the
Urvetny tlemocrallo ticket, Il had lit
mm-ucwI (Irani and hi ailmliiMratlmi. I
rMOBiilinl the txlatrnra of two fartluna In
Ih republican patty after lira pinttatnf
letto, wlitm (Irani aa attain a candMabv
It aw ma that tome man of Oram mllltari
t xainple t.li uld lm taken up bi ui. They
w.ic limit! uiigrrM with the aouthnn
Jtilfi'iKi and mcjor itwicrala, and 1 thought
II MuiHir lUl u aliotiM t mually Mltlvi
and aland to a person who had initio back
bone a a party leader than tUituld.
Though Uartleht wai the leader of eon
cnM, he m not generally up to thollneof
tho majority there, and waa OIpted to
conciliate and recede about halt way on
many measures of party exact no, lllalne,
howeur, argued with me thai President
QarRelit ought to have a con-peaa wliovt or
Itanlutlon would bo lurtiionloui with him
wit. At last 1 save up the point and aald
that I would vote for Ulscock. 1 made
this Btatetuent upon the (-round work of
Maine's argument that good party govern
ment required a speaker who would bo
agreeable to the party president. Initio
meantime darncld was shot and llngi red a
long while, and Arthur became president
1 then felt that ray promise did not hold
good as to Mr. Illscock. In fact, from the
nature of that promise 1 felt called upon to
support a speaker who would be In harmo
ny with the president, namclj, General
Arthur. I therefore told Maine that his
argument waa my Influence to support some
other man than Hlscncx. After Uarlleld
left congress there was no question or Kel
ler being the leader there. He represented
tho army and a strong republtcau wi tern
atato, which had an almost united dele
gation on the republican side. U had
sit en utlsf action to his constituents nhd to
his fellow-members, lie seemed to me to
be the most available man tn sight to run.
lie was elected, and. In my judgment, the
congress orer which he presided was one of
the most successful congresses the republi
can party ever held, when you cons! It r the
fact that the democrats had maintained not
long before a nearly two-thirds majority,
and had been several times In control of
the bouse. The difficulty about Kelfer
turned out to be that he had a ery thick
akin and that he was very pugnacious. Ills
akin was about as thick as that of any roan
1 ever saw. He had come up from a plain
class, though he was an educated man We
wanted to take care of him on the Hoar,
and -were ready to do so, but he would Tint
let us; be Insisted upon doing his own light
ing on answering back and taking up any
thing to his umbrage from the chair. That
and his thick skin were the only defects
of character that I could see. Mr. Blalue
set against ns the republican press.
It that press had given the usual support
expected of a party press, that congress
would have been triumphant, tor It passed
more legislation of an important character
than almost any congress since the war,
and was one of the most hard-working con
gresses ever assembled at the capital. I
know that I was only absent two days dur
ing that whole congress, when 1 was called
away by a family event We changed the
time of meeting from 12 o'clock to It iu
the morning, and we often sat there late in
the evenings. We passed the Utah bill,
the tariff commission bill and the bill to
-.-alter the representation and the census,
which may be of material value In the
pending election. It will not be necessary,
Ivr instance, for us to carry California al U r
this. W were previously required to
carry Connecticut New Jersey or Indiana,
and California. The Increase of tho north
em republican papulations made the pass
age of this bill a most valuable matter of
Be Leave "pringBeld.
.Mr. J. It Marshall, the job printer, has
purchased a one-half luterest In the Wash
ington C. 11. Register Democrat, and Is
remoing his Jub material from the Sunday
Acics cnice today, me tsunday Aeirc
however, will remain as one of Spring
tield'd active institutions, and will continue
to do business at the old stand with Editor
West at the helm.
llarrj U Uappy.
Another voter for Harrison arrived atthe
residence of Mr. Harry D tiley, of the
Farm and Fireside, last ulxbt In the shape
or a nne boy. Marry reels quite proud this
P. J. LOFTU3,
No. U East Main St.
Tho new Fall and Winter Goods are be
ing recehed daily, and are the newest and
Patterns and Styles
In the market Now U jour time to leave
jour order for a now pnit and havo it made
in first-class style.
Uoo'ls, Trimming', Mnliing and
-. Catting gnaiauteert satisfactory.
P. J. LOFTUS,
14 JtSntit IkXntu St.
Mtn's JYoiking MiofB, 85r, former
price, $-.-o ; aen'8 crgitmi wauKenpnaRt, 'i, former price, $s ; Ken's uai (Jail, mxcntne sewed, $.,
former price, $ J; Men's French Calf, hand sewed, $3; former price, $0.
PARSONS & CO.,
TO OWNERS OF
We hate aimolnted Dr. T. J. Caiper, the
well known (linguist o( SprjnittlelU, as the
wholesale and remit agent in Central Ohio for
the sale ot our valuaulo remedy,
MtrKOttitt'H Condition Villi.
APPKn fa, w.VWWv .k.uw
And ether dlieates tn dues. This remedy ha
litwn iidU tn Ihouutu.u flt raiea anUhai caret
it,. u..b-h ,ij.L..i iiUalia nf .11 k'nura it ii
the vury wont attacks el ittmrae. Kvry itoit
anox on iisua. iiicrnot
fluive sirtnixtn ana viiei i
h weak aoui, but will alo nrevent ulcanrn
unilnrnalTnn llr. Itamer lur rlroular Coll.
Utnlini eortincstes of nrumtnent dog awnara
tMiiiili.ftfim.ra. Hlflhmunit. VI
Woliava sold tlieMil for Ilia last nine
months, and w know they are nnt claw
The y hvo cureit oinn ot the Went vases at
itlieasfllnilfliiirlahtlierttalhonie, Ueut Hi
mall upon receipt et iirioe,
GASPER'S Drug Store,
Main U Vlther' llntlOIni, Rprtntnald.
ta.i-u.imtm"ini n,jm.i jj -jii3e
At Urn (Hand. Tunday, 8epteinHr U,
Mr. and Mr a, U, K, Kolger left, today, for
Mr. dannst A. Mim left fur Sanduik)
Mr. T. II, dray, nf lllnmnlnRton, III., U
vlmtliijt hla tmither, II, T. dray,
Mr. W. H. Thoniat la thn ttrcud father of
a bounrli.K Uiy, which art hod Sunday,
Iter. 8. 8 VJetuliiKbaa removed from tho
M, I'. pareouago to No. n.'fl east Southern
Mr. (leo, llayea, If. S. Marshal, paasnl
(Iimui;Ii Ihu city thla morning to Ida homo
Mrs, (I, W. ltennlvrg and daughter, of
Mlddlotown, Md., are willing thu Items
berga In this city,
A marriage l!ceni waa Issued In probate
court this morning to Arthur l'arker and
Conductor (Iregory, a well-known rail
roader, Is back In Springfield again after a
sojourn In tho south and west.
Mr. and Mrs. James 0. Clayton and Mr.
aud Mrs. Arthru l'arker lett early this
morning for lllrmlngham, Ala.
Mrs. J. W. Crane and daughter Kugenla
left, today, for several weeks' sojourn at
Deer l'ark and Klugwooii. YY. Va.
A building permit was Issued by the city
eluk to Wm. Dlelil for a frame and brick
stable 'on his premises valued at S500.
Miss Carr, teacher In tho U primary ot
the IViail street building Is on tho sick list
and her place Is being filled temporarily by
Miss Molllo Darner.
Mrs. Mm. McKean and her granddaugh
ter, MIsa Annie L. Drowne, ot Salem,
Mass., are vtitttng with Mr. and Mrs. It. A.
Starkey, 311 south Market street.
Some philanthropist brought a basket of
pears to the school board last night, "and
the members and reporters munched the
luscious fruit durlug the entire aession.
The Ihree-year-old son of Coney FalU'
mar, of oast Main street, fell out of bed
iOMterday and dislocated his right shoulder,
Dr. A. S. Ueckwlth rendered tho necessary
CENERAL HOVEY, CF INDIANA.
ITIio DlntingnUlird Rciiib!leitn Candidate
'Htur Governor of tho lloolr Htato Tam?
One of the passengers on one of the mul
tltude-laden trains for Columbus ou the C.
S. & 0. this afternoon was a portly gentle
man with Iron-gray hair, a military mous
tache, florid complexion and a distingue
appearance. He sat wedged In a seat Iu
one ot the crowded cars, his face express
ing patience atthe multifold annoyances of
such travel. In appearance he somewhat
resembled our Gen. Dushnell, but he fills
up a linen duster more completely than
IiwsaGeitr I Hoviy the dlstn;ul hl
soldier and statesman, whinii the repub
licans or lnai sua nave nominated for cov-
ernor. He was on his way to Columbus
with his daughter, a ny-cheeked miss of
18 yean, or less. The Kici'UitLic elbowed
Us way through tho car and presented its
"Oh, glad to see you," said General Ho
vey, cordlall) ; "I have been sitting hero
admiring what 1 could see of Sprlugtield,
ot which I have heard a great deal, aud
which my war experience makes me hold
especially dear. What is this building?"
The reporter brltlly pointed out and de
nominated some of thn leading structures
In view and then asked the General about
"The republicans will sweep Indiana
handsomely," said the general. ' You have
no conception of the state pride and local
enthusiasm felt in all parties democrats
and prohibitionists as well as re
publicans over the great honor of
having a presidential nominee from
our Hooslcr state. We like It; and
Indiana will give Gen. Harrison a rousing
majority. 1 must also modestly add that
I certain of my own election, notwithstand
ing the roorback that the democrats hae
started about my war record. You see
Just then the train started with a jolt,
and the reporter, after a hasty good-bye.
fought his way out ot the moving train.
7 lie ollt and Larcest
toilet soap manufacturers In the Uulted
States unhesitatingly recommend Colgate's
Jfovily Accounted For.
It is a source of wonder and amazement
to some people how we manage to acquire
and keep the splendid trade we hau now,
whllo other merchant tailors in the city are
doing little or couiparttlvely nothing.
it need occasion no surprise, lion ever,
for the secret of our success Is simply this :
We have marked our goods down to the
lowest possible 'margin, busting our In
crease sales will balance reduced prices;
we aro getting our garments, as low as the
prices are, just as carefully and conscien
tiously as we wou'd if we were charging
twice the price, and now, with a splendid
new line of fall fabrics, with prices marked
as low as S20 for a suit and S5 fur trousers.
and with the reputation Jason W. l'hillids
maintains for getting up a stylish, well-
made garment we are not kurprlsetl at the
number of our sales and thu conndeuco the
public have in obtaining perfect satisfac
tion at No. 39 East Main street
price, $1 25 ; Men's Buckle Dom
THEY ARE ALL THERE;
The 0. A R. Delegations All Safely
Landed in Oolumbus at Hoott
Tlia TralM All Crowded to tho lltninit-
TIid Weil Trains Out With I.nio l-l-
rtalloii-MorvTIinn .10,000 Ieolv
I'm Tlirough TliU Ulty,
Travel to Columbus Is still Immensn and
by evening the grand rush wilt bo over,
and trains will aaiunte their uutal propor
tions and run on time again.
Since last night at (I o'clock over thirty
trains have been tent to Columbus. Kach
train averages ten cars and sixty passen
gers to each car. The rush haa continued,
and each train load la a alght to behold.
Great crowd of peopto hatn been at tl e
depot to sea the trains and those front the
west are the mott Interesting. They are
MKN AM) TIIKlll VAMIMM
and all are In tho bent of humor and va lug
tlaga and banner to every body, They en
loy rt ery mllo they ride and art not at all
A train ot ten sleeper and a dining
ear, containing thn Chicago delega
lion, came lit at noon the
0. 1, A W., and they traveled In the best
stylo of any that pawed through thu city,
A U o'clock a train ot llfteou ran came In
over the 0. 1. V., bringing people from
luwa. Kvery In thn weal l represented,
and delegations front each have piwed
through this city. Among theso are Cali
fornia, Dakota, Colorado, Oregon. Kansas,
Missouri, Illinois, Indiana aud Minnesota
TheO. S. AC. have handled tho train
In tlnt-elM ahapn and
NO AfCIDKNTH lit A!V MMI
are reported. Superintendent Iteynoldi
and Train Dispatcher lUtm havo boon
working day aud night cer alnre
Sunday morning. Superintendent VanTas
well has boon In Indianapolis looking after
the tratni there and Yardmastar Carney has
been In charge of thn 0. I. A W. train In
(till ctty, The lleo Line la represented by
Dispatcher Kdward OorMieh and ho reports
the largest business In the history of the
Tho bulk of the travel east will end to
night, and then trains will run tuoro regu
larly. All regular trains havo been de
layed from one to live hours, on account of
the Immenso special trains, and today all
trains are run as specials. All freight
crews and engines are taking care of the
passenger business, and very few, It any,
freight trains aro running.
Tho total number ot cars hauled to Co
lumbus by tho C. S. & 0. since Saturday
last will reach more than COO and
KAClt CAIt CONTAlJHNn. CO IASKN0KI19,
which Is a very fair estimate, would mako
the number ot pcoplo carried Sd.oOO. The
railroad men are about done tip but after a
day or two of rest they will be ready fo
tho homeward trip which will begin Frl
SChMKS AT T11K STATION.
The scenes at the station hutulllato at
tempted description. Never In tho hlstor)
of local railroad matters have such times
been witnessed about tho local depots.
Strange looking little cars from obscure
western roads ipieer looking "yahoos"
from the back counties brass bauds and
drum corps from everywhere noise, push,
confusion distracted railway em
ployesvenders of fruit and sand
wiches; booths erected near
the tracks res'anrants crowded with
starving people a world of Grand Army
uniforms such are the sights that have
entered Into the dasty, hot crowded kjlel
de scope ot the past two dajs.
The Clark county (?. A. It battalion,
700 strong, and the S. of V. got off tills
morning according to programme, and will
form a conspicuous part of the great en
campment Dozens of railway wrecks pure canards
are heard from In all directions, all grow
ing out ot tho one uiar Akron, on tho .N.
Y. I'. & O.
The Board of Director! Hold an Impor.
The regular monthly meeting of tho Y. SI.
C.A.board last evenlngreceived reports from
tiewlous committees of the association
s towing the work done during AueiiiKo
be as given below, as nearly as figures can
g.ve an Idea of such work. Many of the
reports showed an earnestness and enthusi
asm that spoke well for the committees and
promised well for the work committed
to them. The plans for the educa
tional work presented by Trof. Prince
received the unanimous approval of the
board, and It is Imped to make all four
classes, mechanical drawing, arithmetic,
penmanship and vocal music, iicccssfnl.
Additional mattresses and poles fur class
calesthenics were ordered for the gym
nasium. All members of the board were asked to
Interest themselves in the religious meet
ings, and to do what they could to make
STATISTICS FOR AUUC8T.
Four men'i maetlni'ii ittanded bv 2111
Two rtlbleclasi meeting attended by . 13
t our iimie traininK class nieellncs attend
ed by 21
Kour orchestra raeetlncs attenuiai tr il
Four irjmuistum clau meetings attended
Rxerclsed tn crmnasluin
VUltors to gymnasium -
Keadlog room attendance..
Vlsltors to room. .....
Attended committee meeting-
The J. D. Stewart company's team of
mules started to run from fromtlioirbrauch
store on High street tills afternoon and ran
east to Limestone street then turned south
and came In contact with a boggy
belonging to C. W. Smith, tie
grocer, from which Mrs. Smith had ju-t
alighted, and broke the hind axle, and otl -erwlse
damaged the buggy. The mules
ontinued their flight south on Limestone
street until stopped by a train whicii had
blockaded the crossing.
Pike Towuahtp RtfiMibllcautiOrcantz.
An energetic and lively Harrison and
Morton club has been organized in Tike
township, and is making things boom out
In that neck of woods. 11. II, MInnlcli has
been elected president anC Emory Otewalt
secretary. The club has already an en
rollment ol tntrty-stx members, and is tn a
handsome condition for work. It meets
every Thursday night
St Louis has a mining company com
posed exclusively t f women.
Diamonds need cleaning several times
during a winter season.
Short gloves are foretold.
SE IN UPHELD
Pedro, $1, formerprice, $1 50;
NO. 26 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
AFTER SIXTEEN YEARS.
Inipreniloiia of n r'onuer SpTlncUeldrrou
llalurnlug to Ilia Nallvo Tumi.
The following interesting letter has been
receUcd from Joseph W. Krankel, a former
Sprlngfielder, who now represents J. M.
IHU, ot the Union Square theater, New
York. Mr. Krankel waa In town last Tues
day arranging for the appearance of James
0. Itnach, who will appear at tho Grand
opera house next Tuesday night. Mr.
lloach Is tinder the personal direction ot J.
M. Hill, who baa supplied Springfield with
many excellent attractions:
To the Kdltorot the Republic!
What a mighty transformation tho hand
of time has wrought In a comparatively
few yew years. This and almlllarthoughts
ot astonishment and pleasant surprise oc
cupied my mind a the mammoth structure
called the Arcade confronted me ou arriv
ing at Springfield a few day a ago. Mr.
Kdltor, I need not mention with what curi
osity 1 ventured forth to give the Champion
City a partial Inspection. To you who
quietly and aerenely dwell atu'dtt tho won
derlulchangeawhich have taken place alnce
1 87-, wltett circumstances occasioned my
departure for the east, cannot perhaps so
fully appreciate the marvelous progressive
enterprise which haa left Its mark In every
direction. One has only to remain away
for a period of sixteen yeara, a I have
done, and return, to find the scone ot my
boyhood daya usurped In a thousand and
ono ways, and try to recall memories of
the pleasant past Although the retro
spective with different attrroundlnga I
aomewhat dtnioult to meditate, 1 noverthe
leu landed myself .back again when I
atruggled with the rudiments ot education
at the old Western school; how In after
years I gradually became familiar n'.th &
faces ot many who have crossed the river
beyond, and the many who illlt remain,
among whom I waa cordially welcomed on
my appearance. It waa such a autiree ot
profound pleasure to bo approached on tho
streets and called byname that Urn frequent
recognitions made mo feel quite at home.
I could not, therefore, refrain front submit
ting a few llnea to your valuable paper, lit
hope that the reader ot the Uki'um.io
may hear ot the joy t experienced on my
recent visit Yea, Mr. Kdltor, the trans
formation It ao complete that I could
acarcely Imagine myself In dear old Spring
Held; ami yet the progress so evident .In
spired me with pride, tor no matter where
ono roams, the acenea which delight the
youth live on continually, and Invariably
bring back fond recollections. The mag
nificent Judicial edifice, as well aa tho great
number ot other elegaut buildings which
now bad such Importance arrested my at
tention, and when I contemplate the gov
ernment and municipal enterprises aa well
as the Individual benevolence which will
shortly adorn the Champion City, it seems
to me that the good people of my former
homo will have much to be proud of.
Never can I forget the first street car pro
pelled by single mute power that trans
ported passengers trnin tho Lagonda
House to Strlngtown. Whatachanisa the
several lines now traversing the principal
lines occurs to me? Nor can my mind's
eye lose sight ot that antiquated structure
wherein tho city fathers regulated the at
fairs ot the municipality and wherein 1 ao
often sat on a hard brick to enjoy an even
ing's entertainment That old pile ot
bricks and mortar with IU white steeple,
was an eye-sore to me even In those days,
as little as I then knew ot modern archi
tecture aud 1 was heartily glad
to find it replaced. The Grand
opera houso and numerous other
attractho features which give Springfield
such a metropolitan air furnish but a
mild Idea ot what I may expect of your
push and energy in the near future. I could
dwell at length upon the various sights that
Interested me and the ardent attentions I
was honored with, but dare not trespass
upon your space. Suffice It to say that I
have no cause to regret my visit excepting
tho brevity ot mr sojourn. It would have
been exceedingly agreeable to have re
mained with you longer, nut urgent oust-
ness called me away, and I left, taking
with me the brightest hopes for the pros
perity and general welfare of the city, the
keeping of which Is In the hearts ot friends
for whom I cherish the highest regards and
best wishes. Truly yours,
Joseph W. FisAxifti.
'84 AND '87 HONORED.
Messrs. Alvtn Linn and
Elaarod tu Succaed Dr. el
A few days ago Prof. Edgar F. Smitbi
who occupied the chair of natural sciences
at Wittenberg college, was elected as pro-)
fessor of analytical chemistry or toe Uni
versity or Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia,
which position he arcepted, severing bis
connection with Wittenberg.
This morning the faculty met to eloct
successor, and elected two young men of
this city, graduates ot the college, to prosj
lessorsmps. i ue poxsuas so uuiioreu were
Mcssii Alvln J". Linn, of ,u n i Samuel
S. Kellar, of '87. '
Mr. Linn will teach chemistry, mineral
ogy, while Mr. Kellar will teach physics,
zoology and botany.also a class in German,
to assist Prof. Schilling.
Mr. Linn is a member of the class of '87,
and studied under the gentleman whom ha
succeeds. He also took a post graduate
course at the Johns llopnina university at
altlmor&t-Uewon considerable distlno-
tlonas-s-student and bad he remained at
the university a month longer the title of
doctor would have been bestowed upon
him. He Is a very capable young
man, and will do himself credit In his capa
city as professor of natural sciences.
Mr. Kellar is also a young man of this
city and is a member of the nlgn school
class of '83. and class '87 of Wittenberg.
Mr. Kellar was also a student under Dr.
Smith and marked his career in college by
being an honor member of his class. Doth
young men are great acquisition to the fac
ulty of the college and go far to lessen
tho loss in so valuable a teacher as ur.
Smith, the retiring professor.
Dr. Smith goes to Philadelphia tomorrow
to assume bis new position. Mr. Linn lett
last evening for Baltimore to attend to
borne affairs at his school and upon Ids re
turn will enter upon bis duties at Wltten-
A Flno b'ntertalument.
Tomorrow night Star Division, No. 4,
will give their htst grand concert, prome
nade aud ball at the Central rink. The
committee on arrangements has taken con
siderable patos to made the affair a com
plete success, and will well nigh succeed.
This Is the first entertainment of this nsture
given by this lodge, and they, from their
iffort3, will have sufficient cause to con
gratulate themselves upon the result of
their und. rtaklnf. The music will be ot
the best Prof. Scurry's Dig Four orchestra
furnishing the same.
Itefreshments consisting of all the del
icacies of the season will be in the hall, and
no pains will be spared to make everyono
have a most enjoyable evening.
lleatty's ITorj Starch.
Wash, starch and Iron without Brst drying.
Men's Calf Congress, $1.50, former
i. C . -
' -""LACONPA LACONICS.
Ilawtuf luternt from Sprlnsflild'n Lively
Horn, a few days since, to Mr. and Mrs.
Kaufman, of Champion street, a daughter.
Elijah Allen, of Lagonda Monue, has
gone to Loudon, O,, for a week on busi
ness. MUs Clara Alexander Is teaching at Oak
land school In Prof. Lynch' place, while
he acts as principal In ono of the large
schoal buildings, during the sickness of the
Yesterday one of a W. Holden's little
daughters had a linger caught In the cogs
ot a clothes wrluger and the flush mashed
ort the end of the finger, but aha stood the
pain like a little soldier.
tev. W. It. Houllon and wife, of Ab
botsvllle, 0 came yesterday evening to
spend a abort vacation with relatlvea here.
Mr. Houllon has been preaching at New
Paris, 0 for some time, but Isnowchangtd
to Abbotat llle,
Mr. and Mrs. Putnam, ot Decatur. 111..
came yesterday to Mr. Aaron Urandt'u and
will remain a short time, Mr, llrandt'a
mother-in-law, Mr. Owens, Is a niece of
Mr. and Mrs, Putnam. They are quite an
aged couple, Mr, Putnam being 81.
Mr. J. W. Held, one ot our oldest citi
zens, went to Columbus yesterday and will
remain a week. Hev. 0, J, Ilurkert also
went with hi brother G. A. IN , and this
morning Mrs, Zutaern and Mrs. W. II.
Alexander and tlielr little daughters went
Mrs. llranstltter. ot Wichita. Kansas, ar
rived hero on Saturday evening, and will
spend some six smntha with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. ;eoro Tanger, ot north Ilel
mont avenue. To lay alto and Mr. Tanger
went to ColuRtbuj and will view the cen
tcr.a'al. Mrs. Alley, 'ins of the old cltltena of
near Now Carl ale, spent Sabbath here. It
was her first visit tn lagonda and Spring
field during tho last forty year. She was,
therefore, prepared to notice the treat
changes that have been made during that
A Pleasant 1 tile affair happened last
night at W. II. Ilerger'a. A number ot
relalho came from Illinois among whom
were Mr. and Mrs. Mantis and children,
Mr. Dr. Lee, Frank Kllnk, Will Kllnk aud
wife. The three ladles are sisters, and
nieces ot Mr. Heritor. Part ot the crowd
came In tho evening, and tho others
about 9 a. in. this morning, having
taken a later train unknown to
the first party, and making quite an
unexpected and very pleasant reunion this
morning. They all went to Columbus thla
morning, but will return this evening to re
main several days here. Your correspon
dent was a schoolmste ot thtas three ladles
thirty years ago. In good old Champaign
county adjolnlulng us.
Mr. t'rnfk llnglirs, I'lXtmaaUr nf New
Carllalr, 111m ut Typhoid raver.
This (Tui-sday) morning Frank Hughes,
postmaster ot Now Carlisle, and ticket
agent of the 0 I. & W. at that point, died
after a long and painful Illness ot typhoid
fever. The deceased was a youug man,
SO years ot age, and was very popular and
highly esteemed among his ery numerous
friends. A distressing feature connected
with his death was that ho was engaged to
MUs Mary Uolan, ot this city, and was soon
to have been marrlod. She has the
sympathy of a wide circle ot friends.
The remains ot the deceased which were
Immediately brought to this city for Inter
ment, were taken charge of his parents who
reside In here. The time for the funeral
services has not been determined upon yet,
as all the arrangements have not been com
pleted. The career of the deceased was a fine
example ot what can be accomplished In
life by an exemplary young man, who has
good morals, pusn, petseteranco anu rec
The Victim ot Folly.
The writer was once taken by a physi
cian to seo a patient who might well he
called the victim ot folly or rattier ot false
modesty. Ho seemed to be in me last
stages of physical mipotency. His arms,
his legs, his mouth and bis eyes seemed
each to be almost Incapable of doing work.
The man had no violent disease. Kach
member had gone back to a senile
and shocking Infancy, though the suf
ferer was but a young man. The phi
nlcla.ii said to the writer at the timo
that the disease of the young man was.
in its earlier stages, one ot the very easiest
to cure. It almost always yielded to simple
remedies, liut through motives of foolish
delicacy the youth had kept the matter to
himself, neglecting, until too late, to con
sult a physician.
Header, if you are tn such danger your
self, do not fall Into a like error; It you
have a friend who Is In such danger, warn
him before it Is too late. On Thursday,
September 13th, the celebrated Dr. Albert,
of the Cleveland Medical Institute, will be
atthe St. James hotel, Springfield. He has
had vast experience. Ue Is a gentleman
who will not abuse your confidence. Con
sult him while you are still curable.
If you want to see the best kip and calf
boot In Ohio for the money, go to Starkey
Scowden's, In the Arcade. They sold
seven hundred pairs of them last season
and their trade is increasing every month.
i Toronto and Niagara Falls.
On Sept. 18. positively the last chance of
the season will bo gUen for parties wishing
to avail themselves of thn pleasure of "vis
iting Niagara Falls and Toronto. Septem
ber Is tho pleasant month of the year to see
Toronto, with her many attractions, most
notable ot which Is the world' Ureat in
dustrial fair, whicii is being held there Sep
tember 10th, to iii, one day, September
20th, being set aside for American visitors.
The management have spared no palm to
make this a gala day for their American
friends. The "Picturesque Erie" U again
the chosen route, and a direct t.ftlclal ot this
company, wilt personally conduct the ex
cursion to Niagara and Toronto. Kxreed
lug'y low rated have been matte, viz.: St 00
to Niagara Falls and return, rfltti St.00 ex
tra for Toronto and return. Patrons of this
excursion will also bo granted the privilege
ot stopping off at Lakv Chautauqua on the
return, and as n limit of 5 days, not Includ
ing data ot sale. Is gr tnted no better op
portunity comil bo given for visiting these
three points, Niagara Falls, Toronto and
Programmes of the great fair and all
particular wi'l be furnlibed on application
to ticket agent J. 1 Phleger, Springfield.
O , or to 11. C. Hblabird, division passen
ger agent. No. 93 west Fourth street, Cin
G. A. It's, l'leaia Mako a Note of This.
The C. S. & C. railrosd will sell round
trip tickets to Columbus, O., September 7,
8, 0. 10. 11. 12, 13 and 14th, 18S3, at 00
cents for the round trip. Tickets good on
on all trains: C. L. Uiiakauy,
Peaks' Is the purest and best Soap aver
HPi I iifl Jl iiUrl Hl'i
BE B p Twf 1rfc
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL
FLOW, F..ED AND HAY.
Hear ot Republic Dullding and No. S3 North
tSJ lAL. POWDER
For quick nOshy, the Royal Baking Powder u superior to all other leavening
agents. 1 1 U absolutely pure ond wholesome and of tho highest leavening iower. It
is always uniform in strength and quality and never falls to mako light, sweet, most
palataUo and nutrltlvo food. Bread, biscuits, mufflna, cake, etc, raised with Royal
Baking Towdcr may bo eaten hot without distressing result to tho most dcllcata
digestive organs. It wUl keep In any climate without deterioration.
Prof. H. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist, after examining officially tho
principal basing powders of tho country, reported :
"Tho" Royal Baking Towder Is absolutely pure, for I havo so found It in many
testa made both for that company and tho United State Government.
"Bccauso of tho facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream
ot tartar, and for other reason dependent upon tho proper proportions c! the same,
and tho method ot It preparation, tho Royal Baking Powder u undoubtedly tho
purest acd most reliable, baking powder ottered to the public.
"Da. HENRY A. MOTT, Pit. D.,"
V. '. 7oMrPMal Omlti
NOS. 17 AND 19
Everything that Is New, Neat and Desiraiilo for
FALL AND WINTER
SS EASr XkUi STREET, NP1UXUFIELJ), OHIO. -
P. S.-Goods Sold by tho Piece or Pattern if Desired.
Personal Attention Given to All Orders.
BINS III SUMMER T !
We have still in stock a full line of Thin Clothing
for hot weather, all styles and prices, which we
will sell a. lower prices than any house in the city.
Our object is to close out, and we will mike you
prices on these, and on all other geeds as well,
which will insure your buying of us if you want any
thing in our line. Give us' a call.
LESS1STEE &c SOlsT
NO. 12 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
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a4 anahmkm Aatm mn tot?n fll ateramti t
Ta t horn who offer from t w rtny oboenrv disntar
TiTOtM about by Indiseret-on. EzronnOvoCr&l 1
A? twx, too trim ladoiseBre. W9 w k that 70a Mtad c
sntir uni vim tmiMnAt or Tear trahbiA. ana awt-aii
r mama with tflit ot toot trotibla. and aaanr
RUPTURED PERSONS can tun FRC
MAIN OFFICr: Fprlncflold. O. BRANCH OFFICE, Wellington, D. C.
a. V. TOUliMll'. Counaellor-nt-Laiw.
Patent, lolldted from the Department at Washington, anil l'&tem suits conducted In tho
United Mates Courts. Call or write for lclor nation, sending sketch or model. Kefeienee ay
c nsent Is made to the tollowln; local cllen s: P.P Mast i Co.. the Triejele Jfjr.Cn..th
Foos MiK.Co.thfl A.C.Erans Mtjt. Co., Ala. t.FoosJtCo.. the Thomas Mis. Co.. the Rogers
Fence Co , and others.
HA Tnill MIKl L-iKO ids Bank BulldlncSprlOKfleld, Ohio.
. f I VJUUIYI'IV, Brn h.SKF Street. Washington. I. C.
Duplex Uorsetl'GRAND OPERA HOUSE
We are recetTine. almost dally, letters testl- i
trine to the ureal and sustained popularity ot l
Mrs. Elizabeth it Kockhlll rites from Leb
anon. Ohio. April Hlh, 1SSS:
"Allow me to pay my tribute to the genius
which tnrented the Duplex. I hare worn
many different makes ol corsets, but until 1
bought my first Duplex, in 1876 or 17. 1 nerer
knew what a thoroughly comtortablH corset
was. I Uaiewcra no other kind since, am.
could not be Induced to unless they were not
to be had. They are rery reasonable In price,
better wearing than those which cost more,
and satisfactory In erery respect."
For sale ererrwhere. Sample corset sent
post paid on recelptof J100.
BORTREE MFG CO., Jackson, Mich
J. 13. ABELL,
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EAST HIGH ST.
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Trial of ou JUDttm. A for T-trmsk
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11.
ritsr Arrctuicx u this citt or
JAMES C ROACH,
In hla own Irish-American play.
Under the management of J- M. hill,
of the Union square Theater. N. Y.
Presented by a east of exceptional excel enee.
accompanied by an orchestra composed
ot Metropolitan Musicians
Everywhere received with unequaled com
mendation. The Leading Character. Irish: the Wit and
1 lTaclty. Celtic ; the bcenes and
"'Dan Darcy Is a blc success. The play Is
clean, bright, pathetlc.draraatlc and sparkles
wllh wit" N. V. Dally News.
J. M. UIU has once again brcujht forward
a star who will rank wttb Denmaa Thomp-son."-M.
Dan Darei Is th brightest Irish. Ceaedx
written ia yea. - X.X.UswMv , -
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