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".' .- ', ' - -.v,- i. - t' ' ., 5 ' " -H- FR'?.Srf:,S?,..S'3 N -. -r imS -T tV . . GLOBE KEPUBL1U WEDisTESDAY ETENDTG, SEPTEMBER 29 It 86 '31 r NO ADVANCE IN COFFEES WITH US. S ST I. y. CIST PRICE. Buy as much or little as you want FlrstArriv.llntlie city or Xetr Crop Valencia Itiisln, 12 I -2c per lb. Xerr Crop I'rled Currants, ) I-3c a 1I. Sew Crop Citron, Orange and Leuiw Peel, 30r per piui-d. "cn Crop F , "Snts, etc. Choice lot of (Jrapes this week, onlj : c perpoand. fo i!3M vvW Ce 91 and 03 Wet Main Strict and 40 South Market Street. WANTED. TTTANTtD A cood clrl In smll family k nl V? traces, no washlnc. reference required Call at Cottage Bakery. ". lirAXTED Hoora and board tiy cent and wife if and two children aeed Sana luxears.vitn tn six blocks of potofflce, terms roust be low, prompt pa. Address M S. SL, this uSce 3U5a l-TAUTER I Rood office lady, one that rain II speak (iermau and English preferred at IS West Main St. 3Um' TTrAVTED To rent a house with from Into IT 14 rooms, centrally located. Address A SI L, this office. 3Ut irTAXTEU JIKL Good clrl for ceneral IT housework Sprtnc st. Apply Immediately tolTos 4D1 1TTAXTEt A Ctrl to do general housework 1 1 must iw wen recommended. IS Franklin st. Apptyat No Jim- Trr ANTED A cood clrl. or idow . to do cen eral house work Spriuz street. Call at north A elluw Bh" "ITTAXTED Three or four cood salesmen ex II perienced in dress Goods department Also, one cood notion man. to co to l'aytou. U Address J B- care this office Jr.1 WAXTE1) Four cood salesmen to co to in dianaorlowa. Imiulreat o 9eastMaiii street. am WASTED To rent a desirable house on south Market or Limestone streets by a careful and prompt-paying tenant. Tenant." care uiobe-Kepumic Address 2tt FOR SALE. FK SALE OR TRADE-110 acres of cood tannine land In Tennessee to trade for small farm or city property licorcell Coles room 3o. 1 Lagonaa bank building. tut Fill SVLE The property of Elizabeth VII son. at 413 Columbia St, will be sold al public auction on Friday. Oct. 1st. portunity loragood oargain A rare on suit POR SALE Very desirable house, on tin southwest corner of factory and Pleasai.1 streets. House contains eleven rooms, ins hot and cold cistern water in bath room. 40 hi cellar under the whole house. Oood sUb'e and property in excellent repair -Must be void within the next six weeks, or no sale Inquire at the premises, or at 3 west Mashiuclon street. Also, a large double house of ten rooms, or the corner of Deardorf atenue and Washing toustreit Lotou Washington stieet Ho ft and !f ft on Deardorf avenue. t C 1'eel t' FOR RENT FU RENT Two good rooms suitsble for Hi. lit housekeeping. Address "Al.." (Jlobe-I'e public-office, let TOR RENT Six large rooms In the retioeuce ot Airs h. A. lienuett. Alaple ae Lie location desira Tiur r OTRA STRAYED. QTIUI LD-On Sept. 3. a sorrel bay mare po-O-ur. about eleten hands hluh. with sJ.lle . marks and blacx mane and Utl A liberal re ward will be paid for her return or anylnfor mation leading to her recovery. 1). 1' Jcf lenes. ivh HI FIRES Vllloone.Oft irrtoe! v es will father round iheni. r cle tue crates and iron work of tlie flr-p ;lacei a BRIGHT, (J LOSSY BLACK I se the crate varnish sold b lr Casper In bottles at lie and c. or bj the pint or quart. Togiea BEAUTIFUL LUSTRE To your nlcMe-pIate stoves oryourbrass work ue the Brilliant Polish It re moes all tarnish only 2k a bottle at Caster's STOV1- POLISH! The best kinds are KHlun Sun and l)xons Carburet ( 1 run either icUes a teautl fuljudlh. lttccake or two for lc, or four cakes lor 2c All t he abo e at CASPER'S Drug Store, risher'slllock. Slain Street, 3d Door West of Limestone, Sprlngfleltl. LOCAL BREVITIES. THE C. A. R. FLAG-STAFF. LOST. LOST MoiUlay. Sept ST. Ids, small black and tan dog. answering to the name of Jumbo Return to Us Market st.and recelterewarrt PICKLES CHOVCHOW. CROSSE & BLACKWELLS Genuine Imported GocmN, finest put up. WIUIU b I tANb John Ixiup, a pnnnlnent railmailer. is in to n. He J M. Miller, of Wet Jefftrsun, i in thecitj. I. K. McDonald went to Hcllefontaiiie this moniing. A. W. Butt and W. C. Downej left to ilaj for Indiana. John Wilson went to l)aj ton this inorn in; on business. Mrs. Judge Charle- 1L White returneil liomo tlits morning. E. Einstein, of S. Altchul, Jr., i Co , b In the east on outness. Dr. Clarence Ktj left this morning, wa t'ie l!ee Line, for Hoston. Eenone liou!d read Clias. W. Shew ni ter's card in another column. Win. Bartholomew lias returned after an all-summer sta in New Yorfcttat. William C. Downey left tod.i) for In dianapolis to attend the Indiana state fair. A rag peddler's wagon broke down in front of the Crand opera house this morn ing. Ed. Oktot ha returned from Sidnej. where he has been iMting the last few dajs. Mrs. Huffman and Mrs. Wailemin. of clina, California, are itsiting relatnes in the eit). Stee Phillips, the well known hor-man of asldngton C. II , wasmthecit this tuomin. Todaj is the last of the world, vays the (teorgia colored prophet Now is the time to subscribe. Mrs. Anna Barrincer, of nortli Market .trvtt, leae S.ittirda for Canton, to wMt relatit e and friends. Mevrs. fechonacker and L'arr are attend ing MarjsMlIe fair tlii wetk in theiut.ret of IL K. Brandon A Co. Odieers Catheart and White, of the IHj ton pjllte force, are in the citj todai, as w itnesscs before the grand jnrj- Mrs. 1. II. Bunjau, of Richmond. Ind.. s the guest of Iter pannCs, Mr. and Mrs Ceorgp Otstot, eat Main street John Toland and Man Kenney were niarnel bj Kev. A. L. Wilkinson, at the First BaptL-t parsonage, on September 2Tth When jou tell a lie, tell a good one. Per haps the public will ultimate!) conclude that boodle is better than truth in journalism. The remains of Cornelius Dorsey, whose death was noted in jesterdaj's edition of the Groin -It!-ii in ic were taken to New ark tills morning for interment John Hamilton. John lUr-e and Philip Cotter, for divmlerlj conduct and John Marshall and John Andersons.for drunken ness wire the only ierMms arrested last night Warren Cuhman, the artist, went to Cincinnati todaj to arrange for the exhibi tion of his new and successful picture, "The Bumble-bee Fight" at the esi tion. It is pronounced Cushinan's best effort The Western engine house bojs were out this morning testing the hose on 'their reel The burst four sections (200 feet) of their rubber ho-e, and by order of Chief Simpson ! .i.. ... ft....- .. 1 . I i'u iiu lucu ivki scieii siions vu leetj CfTetiiniilrM ni the Cemeter) Tiimrrtu rrogmmnift at tho . A. It. Hall 111 the h senlng. . Tomorrow (Thursdaj) afternoon Mitchell Post No. 41, (.. A. K, will perform the cereinonies of raising a llag-staff, or rather dedicating it on the soldiers' mound at KtnicIIIT cmeterj. 1 he staff, w hicli is ot iron, was raised under the dirts lion of Comrade O. V 1! irtho'ome this altir- noou, and is now In readiness for the formalities. Mitchell l'ost will meet at headquarters at 2 o'clock, and, headed lij the Sons of Viterans relief corps, will march to the cemeterj, where the following programme will be obsercd: 1 Raising of the Hag. 2. Mnging America 1. Prayer by Rev J T Rose 4 oiig- frtapangIed Ilanner, 5 Oratlon-OurHag. lle I li Mitchell (.. History of soldiers' Mound, by Coinman derC V bhewalter. 7 liloraphh al history of comrades buried insldters Mound, by Col ILL Ktlpatrlck EterjlKxI, oM soldiers, citizens and ladies, are imited to attend these ded'ettorj sen Ices. In the evening an open cainp-hre will be held at the G A. IL hall, to which the pub lic general') Iscoiditll) United. An inter esting musical and literar) programme will bo rendered, in addition to whUh, if time IM.rmiLs short impromptu addresses will.be made h) comrades and others present Hie Irogramme, as funilshrsl toda) b) tho com mittee, F. S. IVnfield, cliairman, is as fid lows. 1 Address, '"The Volunteer Soldier." Wm XI Rocket hsq J. I'lano solo. Miss Lizzie .Miller X Recitation. Thomss J Klrkpatrick. "Mierldan s Ride " 4 Reading, "Incidents of the War," I "A stroud S. I'ianosolo. Miss Lizzie Miller ft lUiitatlon.J 11 (Iroer 7 Music, singing of "Araerlci" by all pres- PRffTECTlON I I 'HIGH PRICE5I 1 "-" ,7C .. OUR ICE LIST: BABY BUTTON SHOES, 8 TO 10 CHILD BUTTON SHOES, II TO 2 MISSES' BUTTON SHOES, II TO 2 GIRLS' OR BOYS' TIP SHOES, 25 CENTS. 75 CENTS. 75 CENTS. 85 CENTS. CRADATIM AD AUCUSTA. I Orgnnlznlintiof the (Inn. of 1HOO, Mitten- 1 berg Colli ge Ortlcen tlectfsl. j The Wittenberg class of "90 met in the I'hilo hall at 8 0 this morning, with T. V. ' Crabell chalrmtn pro tern, and Miss Baer sccretar) pro teni. The class is the largest since the class of 'fj, containing twent)-1 eight, including two ladies. The uniting opened with reading of the minutes of the first meeting, when it was organized. The committee on colors decided on garnet and 1 gold as class colors The committee on motto reported "flruJifim ml AuwUl.,' 1 (stip b) step to eminence). Mr. Smith, as 1 chairman of constitution committee, read the constitution, and it was adopted, section by section. Next was the election of ofli cer, ninth wasclosel) contested, especWH) for liistortiiiship, between Messrs. Hedges and IVnheld. The election was as follows President G. C. Smith; sice president 1. W. Cummins; soerettry. Miss bailie Breck- , 1 nrldge; treasurer. Ben Sheeder; chapl un. W S Sigmimd. histonin, T J PenfiWd V committee of three was appointed to confer with Prof. Hreckenndge for theid ject of lieing ecusl from gtsinietr), but tint genth min objwted. Tlie ctss then ' decidtsl to recite mathematics. This class starts out with as brilliant prosjwets is an) class ) et in ittenlerg. A hall club ol much Lalent has Inxn fonneil, and will show it skill before long. THE ORPHEUS. I-utl List of tlie lluuorary SIrnihen or the Soolity. I The directors of the Orpheus societ) are haling good success in stxiiring honorar) members. The following is the list In full . Wilhini F. Bakhaus. 1 11. Pnrsoll I Clias A. Bauer. Hulfman A. Bithter, E.1 I. ) Ober, U. G. Mtrshall. Geo. C. Fre), Edgar F. hinltli. John G Keuuan. John JI. Wing- ' er. J. B. Cartmell. J. D. Little, II. S. Brad-1 ley. Theo. Troupe, IL F. Brandom, Itobt C. Bancroft J. A. Harnett II. II. Cumlaek. John M. Jliller, Ijura Miller, Van H. I Cartmell, W. II. Blee, U. S. Hank. Will. C. T",'eCltlzeiiniilotersof Clark County. Dinwiddle, M. M. Hedges, J. C. Hollows), A non partisan county comention will be J. M. Buckingham. John W. HulliL. 1 i.i.i . 111..1.1.. 1 - i o ,.... S. Willie . I o t.ni. ".- K" ""-" "l"ui, . ....... ... n, truyj. .j. iiiiiil- Wednesday, Sept. 29. Overcoats come with Overcoat weather; the latest one is a black all wool Corkscrew of Eng lish make, (the goods, not the coat), well made, well lined and well cut, and a splendid garment at eight dollars and a half. The Five Dollar coats are cheap, the Six Dollar ones equally low, and our en tire Overcoat line is brought to where it should be : to a basis of beauty and economy. Don't overlook the Brown and the Drab Cor duroy suits we show at Three-fifty a suit ; they're a bargain. WW CLOTHING CO., 2!) SOUTH LIMES ONE .ST. 3E SUAE YQUBE BIGHT, THEN Cfl UEID GRAND OPERA HOUSE MEN'S WHOLE MP BUTTON, LACE OR CONGRESS, MEN'S FINE SHOES, $1.85, Men's Double-sole Stitch Down, Men's Working Shoes, Men's Working Boots, LYNCH 11 95 cents. Men's Fine Boots, - 80 cents. SI.50. Ladies' Fine Shoes, Men's Fine Shoes, $1.25. $1.50 to $2. $1.25 to $2.50. 9 HOE MAN "WHOLESALE A.3STID RETAIL, CHEAPEST IN THE WORLD, 31 WEST MAIN STREET. ONE NI .HT ONLY, 'UIDAY, OCT. KM1AUI11EXT Ol MR 1 I f i niiii si r l n l iLumii . I it. i St ltORTL! K MISS L0DUSK1 YOUIYG, Ami a Company ot rthts. will preient Wil CROCKET A 4juipliufiy hi Lrmrrtflud 3Iom. BEAUTIFUL SCKN'LIU I KEALISTIC EFIECTS! This (lellchttul Dacknoods Idyl has been pNyed in Eurupeand A merira over 3.1M1 times I'rlrM. Toe, iOc and Sc fceats on sale at Harris' Clnr Store. .otliin- bat Ihe Middle Cats d Salmon in one solid piece. CRACKERS DaTidson's Kane Hotter Crackers alTTajs on hand and perfectly Iroli. FRESH Wi 10 BULK OYSTERS J. S. STHALEY & 18 EAST HIGH STKEET. TELtl'lIONE 43. UYSPEPS1AVVGURED Je AKTI-DVitPCPTira: I A radical enrc 'or all STOMA CO Trouble. Circular free. (1 per package, pot paid package! for t&. Prepared onlj by Prlrt of new cuttun lioe. j .Wex. Mann, at one time known as the iCattleKniK of Illinois died at I'an, that tate, agetl mx tj -eight jeats. Kecentlj lie lnt all his wealth in sinxiiilation. His wife fonnerlj resided in Spnniflield, and a tlie diU0'IiU.r of the late (.en. Charles Antlionj. arro I ncapeof a vprinclleld Sinn from aTerrllile lleitli. Xenia TorchlluhL Yesterdaj afternoon wh-n the tram came don n from Springfield, it brought with it a man bj the name of Wilson, a workman on the new Tan Handle bridge, this citj. ear the station plat- lorni are 1 ing a number of large stone for ue in the construction of the bridge. il- son. vi it is said, as a little under the llu- encc, and stppd off tin- train Into the stones. He fell and was caught by the hips. He was so near tho moving cars that I the twisted him seterel, and his escape from death was but a little remoed from the miraculous. He wa placed on the ' train and taken to his home in Springfield. Opening ot 3IIUInery At Mrs. King's, 54 south Limestone street, j Ihursdai and Fnda of this week. Jno. S. Willi K. C. Goode,W. IL Linn, D. K. IHmckson, f. J. Kirkpttnck, Wilbur Cohm. Jno J. Cltrk, C. (I. Howie, Jas. I. Gooilwin. I). . Fox. II L. IockheId. Geo. I. riieljis, Jno. II. IJodgers, IL I). Bruce, M. L. Kice. II. G. Hamlin. C. W. ConstantitiR, I) C. Putnam. Clias. K. Winters, (i B. (ilessner. r-J. (Jillett, II. H. Winters, E C. Gin, E. W. I.indman, McCulIiu,'!i .V Koutzahn, IL II. Kodgers, K. P. Cliristie. Wheldon Warder. Ad. Bakhaus, O. W. Kellj, J. W. bimhr, r. J. Vose. W. H. Amlerson. Clias IL Crain, W. A. ScotL J. is. Barr, A. Ca iiier, J. A. Scow den, C. A. Phelps. lilt InoU ot llu.iral Iii.trumentii. Enormous shininents of tiianos and unrmis arearrningdail at the old popular music O., on Thursday, OcL 14, at 2 o'clock p in to nominate candidates for sheriff, treas ure, county commissioner and infinnar director for Clark count. This conMiition will be composed of del-eg-itcs as follows: Three from each town ship or oting precinct outside the cit of J5iringlielI. ile from each ward or precinct within said city, and three from the mem bers of each farmer or Iibor org-iuization in Clirk count. Tlie meetings to choose these delegates will be held at each noting place in the townships an Tuesdt, Octolier li, at 3 o'clock p. ui Within the cit. the Fust and Second ward-, on Monda etenlng. OcL 11th. it 7: 50 o'clock. In Fourth. Fifth :inl Sivth house of IL F. Brandom A Co.. in h wards. Tuc-silai eeniinr. Oct. 1 lli In Arcade, who will put them on the market Seventh. Eighth nnd Ninth wanls, Wendes at extremel low prices, and an one con- I day een!ng, Oct. 13th, and the members of ieuiii.iiiiig me puruia.se of a musical in- lann-r anu labor orgauizttioiis at such stniment of any kind should not fail to take advantage of this rare opportunity Don't fail to read their advertisement in another part of the paper. Opening I? fU Mrs King's, 54 south Limestone streeL will occur on Thursda and Frida of this week. This announcement is in iL-elf sullicient to attract the ladles of Springheld, who hive enjoccl her former superb display She naving spent considerable tune In New Votk .iuii uic laiKesi iui)Hirting nouses, his e- lecteii, w itn her Usual superior taste and exiierience, the most beautiful shaes in imported Hals and French Bonnets, etc, etc, ot the most exquisite designs and also handsome Plushes, which we have-not space tosjieakof. Ladies, go and see for our self. No cards. Senator Sherman will speak at Cincinnati Thursda. September 30; Wilmington, Nednesda, October fi; Xenit, Thursda, October T; Beverl, Tuesdav, October li; Cadiz, Thursda October 14; Marysville Frida, October Si LY FALL FOOTWEAR LATEST STYLES. Special Bargains in Ladies' Fine Button Shoes. Spacial 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. time and place as thev uu deem Ix.sL The test of privilege to ote in eacli and all these meetings shall be a pledge to vote for Hon. T. it McMiIlin for congress from this district, and the ticket nominated at this countv com enlion All deleirates must bring proper credenti ds, from tiieir respect ive meetings. B order of non partisan central commit tee of CI irk count . II. C. Wil LI VSIsON, Gto. J. Sm. Chairman. Secretar . Opening At Mrs King's. i south Limestone 'trect, Thursday and Fridi of this week. Martyi!' Coinuien Inl College, 313 Sixth streeL Washington, I). C. Ojiens OcL n. Provides a prac.tta.ill Useful bus iness eIucation. Terms. Life scholarship. S10, boarding, stationer, etc, twelve week's course. S75 hor circular (free) ad dress Martn's Commercial College. Evil comi'i inicatimis), irrupt gootl morals and the pn vent .1 man fromsavingmoue. Give them up and bti a home Oct. 11. Ciire,NoI,aj' The terras ""S ever despiir" and "While there's life there's hope" are the mottoes of Dr. McMunn. Treats his natients to cure them, and uses without prejudice or regard for schools or "path s" whatever will ac complish that resulL A man of 25 years successful experience. ConsuILitioiis In person or b mail free to all. Permanent! located at Springheld, O. Institute, labor ator and dispensar at 111 South Market streeL Hours 8 a. in. to 9 p. m. Turn over a new leaf OcL 11. Be deter mined to save and secure a home on I.agon- da av eniie. .iic)cloitlln llrllnunlia. To an one wishing the best and mnst exhaustive encciopisiia that mime caul mi, I take pleasure to recommend the Jiritaniuca. All the articles are written In iietsons of tlie highest sLindini: and arp of such a complete and exhaustive clnracter that a revision will not be necessar for ears to come. A complete set of this most admirable work is a Iibr.ir in ikelf, and Is not a mere dictionary of words. Cms. w. Snw viTm Tcrnii of IjjiKOiula Ve. slnle. S10 on dt of sale. Hie balance of one fourth in ten das. One. two, three and four ears for the deferred nav mints. . cured b mortg-ige on the premises with in terest at fi ter cent, per annum, pa able an- IlU.lll. THEY IE i HDSr COMPLETE STOCK OF INSTRUMENTS Ever shown in the State. Their line comprises everything worth the having, and their prices and terms are not duplicated in the country. If you are thinking of buying a Piano or Organ this Fall or Winter, go and see this firm, for they will really surprise you with Fine Styles and Low Prices. THEY SURELY ARE THE LEADERS IN THIS STATE. GO AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. &&ixiGrgtttt&3?sx?zpm wmum24am!gxz&&Z5ZK ?&z&r!.?.?&'?:5, l-SSSSS-s -Saia.i2SttQffS-3 i , Bills iniP TBE SPRINGFIELD STEM CARPET BEATING "WORKS Now renlj for business all tie sear iround I Ih to announce to the public that I am now prepared to clean Carpet by my Pitent Ail chine. hlch is the Im st method in existence to tin roughly cle in a Carpet without Injuring it. and ins been tested by umpired ot persons in sprliisfleld last seisonwhoc-in testify as tolls merits Me will call for md deliver carpet eier) da) until further notice All work war muted to nive satisfaction Office and works. IiocLnaj Mreet, ea of (J.g Works. Orders left at anyot Ihe Carpet stores, or pt ourorace, win be promptly attended to All cartate on carpets free within clti limits Prices for IMesnliiir jinil lEenovntiiiir Mattlne. tc per jard . Incniln.ind 3-pl. 4c per ard Brussels. x jier yird Milton, w per yam, .vxniuiscer. ,cier yaru. uaK carp r tcperyard, elvets. tsiper ard , .Mo'.uette, Tc per sard , ubusoii. be per yard tarpets taken un at lc per ard Perfect satisfiction KUinnteed Our maihlner Is adapted to carpeting of churches, lodges, ofllcesand imtillc places WM. BARTHOLOMEW, Prop. CHAMPION KID iGEGO. Successors to C. C. Tnjlor & dun, 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SOLK AfcTS JOU Johnson Bros.' and Sunday Creek Hocking. CHAS. LUDLOW & CO., 7 DRUGGISTS ID PHARMACISTS 55 EAST WAIN STREET. PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2. AUhUICA't BKIUIANT YOtf TRA(iED1A, Robert Downing SPARTACUS, Inder themanacement of Mr. .liw. if. Mack, in 1-orrest s and McCulIouh s Kreaicsi success. my our jacson IS'OE BETTER. Wood and Kindling of all kinds. BANCROFT! HS THE5 We alvrajs hate on hand all sizes cl Sewer Pipes ami Fitting', Imported and American Cements, Piaster, Hair, Fire Clay and Hr!ck. CALL AND SEE US. Jlakenji jour mind to imk (ht 11 a rnl K ttr ilii In jour calendar bj securing n iiuiue un jjaonna aenue. Pure Apple Culer Vuieirar for pickliiifr, wlioIcMle and retail. at O. IL XelTs Casli (inicen, ur. Cliftim street Kterj cloud lias a -iher lining. Let the siher lining to jour cloud be a home jou can buj at tlie sale OcL 11. Huj Pure Apple Cider Vmeirar for pick ling from O. IL Xeff. HO Clifton street. Prosperitj should teach us to nrenare for adverslt). Secure jour home now. Ijigonda avenue sale, Oct. 11. THF CI NITM IIItorUal stencrj hy otglttllii. (lorceous Costumes Supportlnif conip ny lu cluilrs prlnclnil memlit-rs formerly with MclullouKlii tfchtcr. t.Uilnl Co. and the famous athlete, U m. 31ii1i1ihhi. Prices. 7tc.Wc.2oc Paleot se-'sopen Thurs d y mi rnlnc'i o'clock, at llarr a Ctcar Store HATS. OORRBOT FALL STYLES. D1LAP BLOf In every grade of Hats. 4 EVST 1VCA.HXT W TAILO MODERATE PRICES. BROADiAAYSILK.HAT T. M. BUNTING, MerchantTallorantldealerln rlnthsanri ra. slmerts. First-oloss coods. first class made sulta and first class fits KU&ranteed. llustness room In the old American house , est Main S t AouAaj Jiuhi Street Hatter and Furnisher. j r ff nwFR i m " nr hb 0 aai pT Wa v n J 14 EAST MAIN ST., j Are now open with the finest line of Cloths and Cas both Foreign and Domestic, ever displayed in Spr-i The reputation of Col. Fellowes and "his son is suL there can be no doubt of their giving satisfaction and class fit in every case. New Scouring Establishment 1VC. "K.R.ja.TJSH3. I'ents' Clothing Cleaned and Repalrrd. Ladles' Kid (Jloren Cleaned. 1123 "WEisT 7VL,VXNr STRKIErr. Third door west of Faetnrv. KnHn.fl.1,1 n A large line of econi hard Clothing u 'cood as now tor sue. HOTEL llfl BEST ij i 00, CX nnd TO Ijwt MniJ SPRir.tu:i.D, John W. IliMsell, 1 Xeat and nlcelT furnished low rates, uesi meal in toe I ters serrea In all stiles. J steady boarders. '-i i f ii .- w.