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-'--KirvsijamaHss -,.' ls&$ ?,::.'& : - 14&&&si J;'5SSSaiKR-Si . .---. r - v?rrKK?.3ri?i-'i',Tsate.rt. s -W;.?-:AgriaE,-Sst;-g,g TP5-4f . .wsww-. THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MOHKENG, SEPTEEBER 2d w 'TnirrwiHiiMiiMiBjMMTiHl ir"r" " ii II TTfirMfi -r 1H86, ; ssasss SSjSMSSSSSJS H m f4. tr I if3f: I NO ADVANCE IN COFFEES WITH US AT N. ?. CAST E. Buy as much or little at you want. First Arrival in the city of Xew Crop Valencia Raising, 12 I -2c per lb. Xew Crop Dried Currants, S l-ilc a lb. Jfew Crop Citron, Orange and Lemin Teel, 30c per pound. Xew Crop F ts, X'uts, etc. Choice lot of (trapes this week, only 3c per pound. toh&y wWCe- 91 and 93 West .Main Street and South Market Street. 40 PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED Three r four cood salesmen ex perienced lu dress coods department. Alio, one Rood notion man, to go to Ilaytun. O. Address J. B care this office. 3u2t WANTED Four good salesmen to ko to In diana or Iowa. Inquire at Xo. east Main street. 'Mf U'ANTED A position as bookkeeper oras lT slstantby one willing to work. Refer ence given. Address lock box SJ. &0b WANTED To rent a desirable bonse on IT south Market or Limestone streets by a careful and prompt-paying tenant. Address Tenant." care Olobe-Kepubllc 236tf FIR SALE The property of Elizabeth Wil son, at 1S W. Columbia St.. will besoldat public auction on Friday. Oct. 1st. A rare op- portunity lor a good bargain. 3)t' POR SALE Very desirable houss on the southwest corner of Factory and Pleasant streets. House contains eleven rooms, gas. hot and cold cistern water In bath room; good cellar under the whole house, (lood stable, and property In excellent repair. Must be sold within the next six weeks, or no sale. Inquire at the premises, or at X) west Washington street. Also, a lame double house of ten moms, on the corner of leardort avenue and Washing ton street. Lot on Washington stieet lilt ft.. and 99 ft. on Deardorf avenue. W.C. Peel, tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms men, at No. 12 Fisher street. for gentle- TK)R RENT A house of Ave rooms in good 1 condition, on west High street. between Shaffer and Jackson streets. Myers. 1T6 west High street. Inquire of N. FOR SALE. FOR SALE The Empire hotel with 30 furn ished rooms and cood bar with fixtures. A rare opportunity and will sell cheap. aria Kb More Tooth Aache. Goldmann's"Imperlal Tooth Water." exclus ively used In Europe, and but lately Introduced Into this country, is the latest and best remedy for toothache. Perfectly harmless. It cures In stantaneously, and thoroughly eradicates all tartar and sweetens and perfumes the breath. It Is a most delicious dentifrice R. Acsteiak, Reading, Pa.. Sole Act for U. S. A. ForsalebyMontanus A Garwood, druggists. F Minefield. Oblo. NIGHT SCHOOL OCTOBER CLOSES MAKCH 1, 18S7. WRITING, $15.00 ; $5.00 down, balance in two months. T! S20.00, $10 down, balance in Tiro Month?. WRITING, ARITHMETIC COIiRESPOXDENCE AXI BOOK-KEEPING $:3.00: $10.00 Down and Balance In Three Months. This is a splend'd chanca for Clerks and Mechanics who want to improve their time during evenings. THE NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE AROADB. ELECTRO GOLD. SILVER AND NICKEL JOB PLATER, 39 Washington .SL,Sprincn-Id,0. Reputing of table and teaware a specialty AiiworK warranted to cive saiisxacuon. J.Y.B.HOYLE&CO.'S (Jrand Fall Opening of MILLINERY, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, October 5, 6, and 7. At their laree Store, 3S South Limestone street, will surpass anything of the kind ever held in Sprincfleld. S"N. II. See local lu another column. T. M. BUNTING, Merchant Tailor anddealerin clothsand cas simeres. First-class goods, first-class made suits and first-class fits guaranteed. Business r.w m In the old American house .west Main St m&smmm&ma HEARTH FIRES Will soon clow and loved ones will gather around them. To give the grates and iron work of the fire places a lUtlGHT, GLOSSY BLACK l se the grate tarnish sold by Ir. Casper In bottles at I5c and S'ic, or by the piut or quart. To give a BEAUTIFUL LUSTRE To your nlckle-plate stoves or your brass work, use the Brilliant Polish. It re motes all tarnish; only 3-V a bottle at Casper's. STOVE POLISH! The best kluiIsareRlsiugSiin and Dixon's Carburet of Iron 4 either gives a beauti ful iHilish: locrake. or two for 15c, or four cakes for 2"c. All t he above at CASPER'S Drug Store, ruber's Illoek, MnlnStrrt,3il Door Wt of Llmetone,Hprlngfleld. DAISY ON DECK. The Carroll Woman Hobs l' Serenely anil Is Interpleural r Soon as She Ar rives. Shortly after tho 10 o'clock train on the Bee Line road thundered up to the station last night a trim female figure, with a very pronounced gait and a carriage that was a mixture of legitimate self-possession and indefensible swagger, entered the Lagonda house. She was alone, and carried a small hand-bag in her daintily-gloved hand, while a handsome wrap was thrown jauntily over her ann. She was richly dressed, and her clothing was in good form. Her appear ance was such as to attract at tention, and did not fail to do so. eighty dozens of pairs of eyes watched her as she sailed up to the clerk's desk cool, self-poised, ilclxmnnlr. The polite clerk dipped a pen into the Ink with a flourish and held it towards her with one hand, as he whirled the reporter gracefully around witii the other. But she declined to append her name where the vul gar and the curious could gaze at it She waived the register away, and taking a blank card, wrote on it with a pencil in a scrawly and characterless band: Miss J. 1). Carroll, Spring City, Tenn. Yes, it was Daisy. There was no room for doubt on the subject She had come with the defiant look still burning in her eyes. The clerk assigned her to room 54. A reporter sent up his card, and was in the presence of the imperious little woman, who has been written about till she regards the Springfield press as an animated and hu manized version of salysilic acid. The courtesies of greeting were quickly dis patched. "You reporters are commendabiy prompt" she said. "The public is evi dently athlrst for information concerning me. My movements on the day 1 left Springfield were expatiated upon In quite the style of a condemned crim inal, and his last night on earth. You wrote about where I stopped, what I did. and how I looked, talked and walked. I have never ceased to wonder why yon didn't say that I had boiled eggs and toast fr sup)ex and ate with evident relisli, u hi accounts of execu tions." "But, I assure " "1 am speaking. I w ill tell yon all 1 care for the public to know, as I am worn out with travel and desire to terminate the interview as soon as possible, consistent with the strong admiration I have.forthe Springfield press. Court commences Mon day, and I am under bond to apicar to an swer to the indictments against me. I was released on bail of 52,000, furnished by my friends in Tennessee. A condition of the bond was that I was to appear for trial Monday. ell, I have come. "Do you exjiect to clear yourself?" "I refuse tn rrv m ra In Yrlnt I ntn ready for whatever may come. Xow do me the kindness to go. for I am very much fa' tigued." "Many people thought you would 'jump' the ball. "Many people think many things" with with an expressive shrug. Jessie D. Carroll was admitted to bail August 14th, Ceorge SjH-nce being her bondsman. She is under Indictment for grand larceny as the accomplice of Frank B. Jones who is at present doing time in the penitentiary for his crime. The history of the case and the relations of the man and woman are thoroughly remembered. Miss Carroll is looking better and fleshier than when she left the city. Liberty agrees with her better than confinement evidently. But her temper remains unameleoratcd. BASE BALL. League nnd Association Garnet Flayed Yesterday. The following is the result of games played Saturday: Association. At Cincinnati Innincs ..1IS567S9 Cincinnati 0 1 2000200 5 Brooklyns 2 13 10 0 10 0 8 Batteries -Smith ana Baldwin; Porter and' Clark. Umplre-McUuade. Base lllts-C'in cinnatl. 11: Rroollvn. 11. Errors Cincinnati. 5; Brooklyn, 1. At Louisville Inninirs 1 234SATK!) Loulsvilles J 0 0 0 3 2 0 Mets 0 0 0 U 0 1 0 . 1 Batteries Ramsey and Kerlns; Cushman and Ilolbert. Umpire York. Base Hits L.ouisnue,D; Jiets, z. Errors Louisville. 1; .Mets. 4. rlame called on account of darkness. At Pittsburgh Innings 1 234 5 6789 Pittsuurcs 3 1 0 00 u o 1 0 Athletics.. 0 00001000 1 Batteries Janin and Miller; Hart and O'Brien. I inplre Kelly. Base Hlts-Pltts- buiv. S: Athletic. 3. Errors Pittsburg. 5; Athletic. 3. I.enj;ue. At New York Innings 1 : ,1 I 5 ( ; I ) New lorie 1 0 1 0 0 1 ... 3 ivansas uitys .0 10 2 0 0... ... 3 Batteries Keefe and Wlnir: Weidman and Jjackett Umpire Powers. Base Hits Xew loric.i; Kansas uty. 3. Errors Sew lork. O. Kansas City. 7, (tame railed at end of sixth Innlne on ac" counioi aarxuess. At Philadelphia Morning Inninirs 1 ? 3 4 s i? ? ft o Chicago 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 14 l'liuaaelplita . ...1 3 10 0 5 0 1 u n Batteries Klvnn and Williamson: Hanile and Dally. Umpire I'ulmer. Base lilts Chicago. 6; Philadelphia. I. Errors-Chlcaco II; Philadelphia, . At Philadelphia Afternoon Inninirs . 1 1 .1 4 A c 7 fi o Philadelphia. ...20101010 . 5 Chicago ..0 0000000.0 Batteries McCormlck and Kelly, Ferguson and Clements. Umpire Kulnier. Base hits Philadelphia 3. Chicago S. Errors Philadel phia v. Chicago 4. At Boston Innings. . 1 234SH7S9 Boston Ji 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 Iletrolts 0 00000 0 10-1 SOCIETY AWAKENING. Not Much to Chronicle During the Past Week, But Several Social Events of Magnitude for the Near Future. A Funrx Dress 1'arty nt the Tlioma Man ton Two Companies for the Coining Week A Theater 1'nrt J Late The atricals 1'entonnlities. Society seems to be slowly awakening, but it will not Io to say much about it The tiny symptom Is'so delicate that it must be carefully nurtured and nourished to keep it alive and bring the luscious fruit of certainty from the tiny germ of iiossibility. I hare made one or two sturdy announcements in the past that society was tottering on the verge of doing something this fall, but in every case the rude glare of the types has been too much for the delicate child of in dication, and it lias expired. Now I shall let the future speak for itself. A large dancing party and reception is underlined for next week, but nothing more definite can be said, and I am swoin to seetecy. It is designed to be in the charac ter of a surprise to the joung people. A reception will be given in the early evening to the older folks, and then they will be gently hustled home, don't you know, and the young folks will chaso the glowing hours with Hying feet until the infant hours of the tomorrow ltesidcs this, another large party is hinted at The prosject is positively cheer ing. Hut the event over which society is all agog is a party to be given Thursday even ing, October 7th, by Mr. and Mrs. John II. Thomas. Exquisitely engraved invitations bearing the following, have bee issued: j Mr. and Mrs. John II. Thomas. : : Miss Neely. Miss Thomas. : At Home : j Thursday Evening, October Seventh, j 1 at eight o'clock. t Taney Dress. R. S. V. P. I Society people in Springfield are familiar with the character of the hospitality of the Thomas mansion, and the affair takes front rank In point of magnitude. It is likely to be one of the most brilliant events, socially, of the season. The "fancy dress" feature gives a wide scope far novelty and magnifi cence of toilets, and the ensemble on the evening will be an enchanting and dazzling spectacle. Miss Pear Xeely, for whom the party is given, is one of the fairest daugh ters of the south, and a daughter of Judge Xeely, of Memphis, Tennessee. Tierce S. Mattox, manager of Miss Lil lian Lewis, gave a small but pleasant thea ter party Friday ev ening, attending "Vaca tion," by the Daly party, at the Grand. The jtcrsoimcl of the party was as follows: Charles Itabbitts and Miss Lulu Jefferies; Mr. Mattox and Muss Alice Foley; Will Donnell and Miss Fannie Foley; Charles Spalding.andMiss Anna Steele. After the erformance, the party was very agreeably entertained by the Misses Foley, at their residence on east Columbia street Frank Anthony has returned to school at Kings ton-on-the-IIudsou Gen. J. Warren Keifer and wife left last evening for N'ew York city. Miss Susie Frey has returned to her school, Dobbs-Ferry-on-the-IIudson. Miss Anna Steele goes to Cincinnati rhis week to be the guest of Mrs. Bates Stauffer. Mrs. Al. Clarke and infant daughter are ! '" Cincinnati, visiting relatives on Walnut Hills. The continued and serious illness of Miss Mamie Winslow will be learned with deep regret Miss Helen liogers, of Dayton, is the guest of Dr. John H. Itixigers and family, of Sleepy Hollow. Mrs. I.ouis Phillips and child returned last evening from a visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cathcart, Columbus. Miss Anna Johnson has entirely recov ered from the severe indisposition that has tened her home-coming from her late wes tern trip. Mrs. Charles Ieliman, of Pittsburg (lire Harris) will arrive in Springfield this week to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. B. P. Thiebaud. Miss Xannie Kiersted, a very delightful young lady of Indianapolis, whohas before visited in this city, is the guest of Miss Anna Black. Mr. and Mrs, II. II. Moores have rented the residence on the southeast corner of East and High streets formerly occupied by Mrs, C. C. Taylor. Mrs. E. 1$. Cassily and daughter. Miss Mary, of north Limestone street will break up housekeeping this week. They have en gaged a tultc of rooms at the Arcade for the winter. Mrs. J. E. Buxton, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Louie, is at Wllliauistown. Mass., in attendance upon her son, Ben, who is attending school there and who has been very dangerously ill. Mile. Aqueroue, of the Springfield semin ary, last week received a letter written from France, which had been rescued from the sunken "Oregon." It was discolored and streaked, but still quite legible. Caiii:ioi.kt. Grand Millinery Opening. .1. V. B. Hoyle will leave this evening for ew lork City and will secure while there many new novelties and French patterns of the latest lmiwrtatlous which will be dis played with their present large and attrac tive stock at their fail opening, which takes place Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 5, 6 and 7. The Home Called Beautiful can be illus trated by jourself if you buy a lot at the Edwardsville sale and build there. It will pav everj' young or "old man con templating the purchase of fall suits or overcoats to stop and examine the fall and winter woolens of Huffman & Kicliter. Cigars ami drinks saved for one year would enable you to buy a good building lot at the Edwardsville sale. 'iftff-nr SCHULTE'S SHOE STORES Right to the front of all competition. The brightest, newest and best fall and .winter styles. Lowest prices consistent with good quality and honest quantity. "25 JEtist jVTain. - - - 15 West jMain. . Saturday, Sept. 25. Yesterday brought us a fresh pattern of our Childs"Everlasting"Suit which has taken hold so upon the taste of shrewd buyers. They're from all wool fabric, seams tapped.handsomely pleat ed coats, and everything about them first class. The price is a popular one, too, being five dol lars. You can't get the suit elsewhere in town, for the trade hasn't them and they'd ask seven or eight dollars for them if they had. Overalls and Jackets of the best makes at the best prices blues, brown, white, modes and all the various kinds made. Whenever we talk to you, either per sonally or through the newspaper, we try, as nearly as possible, to say what we mean, save that while at times the enthusiasm of the sub ject is apt to carry one too far; the dryness of it at other times is prone to make one a bit dull. Cloth ing is not an inspiring sub ject, as a general thing to write about it con stantly and attempt to saysomethingfreshis not alone less inspiring, but is, in fact, a mere grind. What, then, becomes of the gentle reader? Why, he (or she) don't read any of it, that's all. Well, for that reason we don't propose to prate much this evening about the wares we have to sell that is, we won't tell a long story. Come in and see our Two Dollar Boys' Overcoats, our Three Dol lar Boys' Suits, and the nice line of Men's Suits and Overcoats we're of fering at Ten Dollars each. That wasn't long now was it ? TTFf'CT LONDON CLOTHING CO., 29 SOUTH LIJIESTOXE ST. CIrls Homely, I'ro Tini. Onlj. Doth the horrid freckle your features spec kle? And dusky tan your face o'erspan? Have'you awful pimples, but no sweet dim ples? Is your skin quite sallow, or greasy like tallow? Are your hands a sight and arms and neck a fright? Cease being homely, become at once comely Use Champliu's Liquid Pearl. Ladies, remember the dates of J. V. II. Hoyle fc Co.'s millinery opening Tuesday, Wednesday ana Thursday, Oct 5, 6 and 7. Many new novelties will lie shown. It will pay every young or old man con templating the purchase of tall suits or overcoats tn stop and examine the fall and winter woolens of liunman x Kicliter. St. Jacobs Oil is highly prized wherever used. IJieber, Cal., Jfouiibiln Tribune Youtliful Indulgence in pernicious practices pursued in solitude, is a most startling cause of nervous and general debility, lack of self-confidence and will power, impaired memory, despondency, and other attendants of wrecked manhood. Sufferers should address, with 10 cents in stamps, for large illustrated treatise, point ing out unfailing means of jiertect cure. World's Dispensary Medical Association. 003 Main street Buffalo. '. Y. It will pay every youug or old man con templating the purchase of fall suits or overcoats to stop and examine the fall and winter woolens of Huffman A Kleiner. The fall millinery opening of J. V. II. Hoyle & Co., S3 South Limestone street, promises to be unusually attractive. Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday, Oct- 5. 0 and 7, are tho days. We are showing some big bargains in tin and glassware. Call and see. 5 and 10c. Store, 50 Arcade. We are selling the best knife and fork in the city for the money. 5 and 10c Store, 56 Arcade. I'arnell Is lighting to give homes to Irish sons, and thus cause happiness in the 'onid country." But why not begin at home in Springtield by buying at the Ed wardsville sale ? Ladies, if you want a nice, line pair of shoes for less money than you can buy them anywhere in this county, go to Star key & Scowden, Kelly's Arcade. No Cure,No lny The terms "Never despair" and "While there's life therp's hope" are the mottoes of Dr. McM unn. Treats his patients to cure them, and uses without prejudice or regard for schools or "pathys" whatever will ac complish that result A man of 25 years successful experience. Consultations hi person or by mail free to all. Permanently located at Springtield, O. Institute. labor atory and dispensary at 111 South Market street Hours 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Many hands make light work: so many the Ed- pennies saved will buy a lot at wardsvllle sale. J. V. Ii. Hoyle & Co. have their opening of fall millinery Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Oct 5, o and 7. r-irTlirMVfri-YTrmtriiaiiaKiiitfa EARLY FALL FOOTWEAR LATEST STYLES. 0 Special Bargains in Ladies' Fine Button Shoes. Special Bargains in Gents' Fine Boots and Shoes. Special Bargains in Children's School Shoes. Special Bargains in Calf and Kip Boots and Shoes. See our $2.00 Shoes, the finest and best in the market. Goods unexcelled in durability, Comfort and appearance, at the lowest prices. ROUSE & PARSONS NO. 26 SOUTH MARKET STREET. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONtY, Monday, September 27. H.Ilfi DALY'S OKHAT PLAY, UNDER THE GAS n D L'ulrrtli 3fannj-mpnt or I". T. Turner. Grand Scenic and Mechanical Efftctg. Xew nnd Sensational Features. Perfect In every detail. Prices. TSc.SOc and SV;. Beats now on sale at Harris' Clear Ftore. BOYS' HATS 25 CENTS. Cassimere Men's and Boys' HATS TO MATCH Sl'lTS, 50 ITS. All Colors, Latest retries, oOc. WOOLDERBYS LATEST SriLE, $1.00. FUR DERBYS, LATEST STYLE, $1.30. Umbrellas, Ilubber Coat, Trunks ami Satchels, Specia'ties. T.M.GUGENHEIM Sole Agent for Dunlap & Co., JS'O. SS.-5 S. UIMJES'rOlVK. DENTISTRY. DR. J. C. OLDHAM, DENTIST. OPERATIVE DENTISTRY 8PECIALTY. No. 9X E. Main Street. PAUL A. STA1JEY, Attorney and Expert IN FfVrJENT CASES, SOLICITOR OF PATENTS. 7. a m, t tut.. Dr. Frank G. Runyan, DENTIST. Rooms In BucUimham's Building. over- as-Murnhy.t llro.'sStore.- Special attention Klven to the preserving o natnral teeth. EXHAUSTEDVITALITY miircpirvpunrT iup .- j. (.X" .uiuivni via oj it aceon Manhood. Nervous and 1'nyatcal Debility. Premature .mat MuiliiulU'Artr.f 4l.a ' Decline. .Lrrorsol louiliaua the untold miseries conse quent tbereou. SMpaeesSvo. us prescriptions ior an ms--.ises. Cloth, full Kilt, onlr 21.10. bv mall, sealed. Illus initneaniole Tree to all vouuir and mlddle- aced men 1-r lhe next 90 days. 2encl now. An ares a ur. w. 11. rAniu.it, 4 Bui n rich St., Boston. Ma. m t t HWHar7w J. B. FELLOWES & SON, n U 14 EAST MAIN ST., Are now open with the finest line of Cloths and Cashmeres both Foreign and Domestic, ever displayed in Springfield The reputation of Col. Fellowes and his son is such that there can be no doubt of their giving satisfaction and a first class fit in every case. C3-0 J. B. WORLEY & CO. DECODE. FLOUR AND FEED REAR 359 EAST HIGH STREET. Telephone No. 390, or drop us a Postal Card. 6DDIS DELIVERED Tl iflf PART IF TIE GIT? FREE IF CHIEF BANCROFT XXJ3LS DUNLAP In every grade of Hats. 4 EAST JSOLA.XTST ST. L. F. OLDS & BRO 6imdte"!WA?fcfcr5I-;SJ'"--J!;-.iJ ttrpnfa fnr ntl tho Ton tn ' 'fi B n i nun i rn . lffiHni R HYP TQ r.i - RHUS TPinvpirqJ iBHPfliEi3Kiiii SECOND-HAND HHb I CYCLES;- iFBPp3P For Sale and Taken in Ex- ih E ! ffrSlS cnangetor New macnines. .?r-' HP. 8 ir MfllH STREET " " -'' . t AIL0R8 TO TJH3S BLOCK ; ' ..- I-n; , 4. V--T- I'M. 1 wm "-" - ' 1. - '' fct'1" ".-'r.'"v"T"',"r't;'" '-, '