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GLOBE HEPUBLXD MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 11 lb86 BBBBHBBIHPKPIPP((BPiJBBBiPBj'"v4"'s' , .- -f. 1 v : ilk 1 vr jiBBve .SHL. ej $SCU " w. - JLs-i ' 1 NEW i Autumn Medicines Xew Buckwheat Flour, 5c per pound. Xew Maple Syrup In cans, 30c per quart, St per gallon. '- ltock Candy Syrup, 51 per gallon. Slher Drips Syrup, T5c ier gallon. , Iaple Flavored Svrup, 60c per gallon. "Golden Syrup, 0c per gallon. Xew Italslns, 12Kcper pound. -New Ffeticli Frunes, 12Kc and 15c per lb. f -V'... ATln.. Vt ti 1 I Tint. flnttMr l JCW . -Ul. ....w ,... ' V) advance In Coffees. M xcais. 5c 5Hc and 6 i,c per pound. r lot of Library Hanging Lamps and pware Jut in. il9VAirCe i.91 ui 93 West Main Street and 40 South Market Street. WANTED. TAXTKD-Situatlon as sewing rlrl. either brutfl day or weeit. addit at so umcr necween uunwo ina i icasaufc. jwt irrAKTED A girt for general housework, at l ir u nona iruowopnDs sunu 'AKTED Twohelpers.inen or women: one press ana one to scour, i&u at rpnug am lire Works. Uood wages to rlgM partus, -v S13 WA'XTKD To experienced raeehanleal dnluncn at Ivorvdale. AddIv Immedt in references to rrocter a. uarauie. UO. TB-irmotu ir ateiy wi .FTfcsAtSnclirbj "GUSi AKTED LadT. active and Intelligent, to represent. in nerowniocaiuy.ano'o. nrm tefereaee required. Permanent position and , J, J onnson. manager, to uarc York. reseea require Miarr. &.J. . MtOew or AVTKD To rent a desirable house on nnth Market or Limestone streets by a earetnl and prompt-paying tenant. Address "Tenant, care uioDe-nepuoiic. xmi L w t fan xwRm 1' 1 HHk .yBilW Tn"AKTEl-OIrl to cook and do ceneral house II work. Apply at once at 0.75 north War Good wages and permanent place to nsm :t. aim FOR SALE. SALE A good 10-horse power engine tnoneoi roos Mig. (jo. grinding inuis. shelter, bars, bar truck, belting, and thine needed to run a Srst-class custom mill. Also, one lhrht two-horse wagon. heavy spring wagon, one double set of uarness. or terms, xr, can on or aa J no. w. Funk, 33 me street, erring. aioa- ALK Mantels, crates, crate repairs, lay. class, putty, oilcloths, hardware, s. uieni, -iO j.usiu. est corner of Factory and Pleasant llouse contains eleven rooms, cas. cold cistern water In bath room, rood under the w&ole house, uood stable. voDertr lb excellent reriair. Must be sold 5 ti the next six weeks, or no sale Inquire "" premises, or at 3S west nasmngiou iiJ large double house ol ten rooms, on ieroi uearnon avenue and Mashing jxt on w asblnston street uu u.. uearaorx avenue, w.u. reel u Jgolbi. FOR RENT. UK RENT Two furnished roomsontbeflrst fafnoor. Inquire at 14 north Fliher street. j iJHOE BEST A new brick; store-room, with If cood etable and au necessary ouvnonsesai- Bieaedi is well lUhtea or cas ana suppiiea city water: nas lour rooms-aooTe tue and cellar underneath the entire room. jiltahle lor any klad ol business- situ- e corner ol Unaen arenue ana tin 'ZJirfth. IBS MtfsW T5 ... V. flHKvr'A coif lTkj. E. Knnane. Klncane, Wren 311b Kew six-room house, SI0 pe tare at H east lucn street. REMOVED. -Un. ItAndall. the ralnd-reader. mored to 3U0 South Yellow Springs si. rep g?L Beek-pln. witt a brilliant bet s.nd m butterflBton one end. re Uberalir rewarded by leartnc II. Ar F. jewelry store. Friday mornlec, brown brocade velvet iponbut uurn. wainut,aiain or ,iar- Nta. comlnc trom ilr. J. 11. Thonus' Snee. tladerwlll be suitably rewarded ne at A. u. uiscx a m. s carpet zva k1MIl v ':aR mn STRAYED On Monday afternoon. i-k Alderney cow. W ill clve reward tf Casper's Compound Syrup ofTar, "Will Cherry and lioarhound, TUE BEST Couch and Cold Medicine made Canp-r'a Camphor lee and Cocoa llattei Tablet With QlTcerine For sore and rtapied hands, face and lips, frosted feet, ltchlnc plies, etc Caspei's ltlooi and Liter Tills, The best ceneral 1111 made. Clem Sets' Golden Lotion, For the hands, lips and face. d'per'8 Fi osted Feet K medj, For chilblains, frosted, tender or itching feet. All for sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, risbersIUock. Main Street, 3d Door West of Ltmenton, Springfield. CRIMINAL ARRAIGNMENTS. LOCAL BREVITIES. A. V. Butt left this morning for the west Jibs Elplia Miller pent Sunday in New Carlisle. Captain A. S. Buslmell left this morning for Columbus. Miss Sallio Walters, of Kansas is is!Uag friends in the cltj. Miss Xell McArtliur, of Xew Carlisle, was In tlie cltj Saturday. George McDermott w as arrested last night for fighting on Saturday Qlgl)L Ferguson & Slater dramatic company In "ChUd-Stcalcr,, at Black's tonight Dr. J. T. McLaughlin went to Cluclanati Saturda) evening and returned tills morn ing. Qevrge F. SmIUi, of Salt Lale Citj , UUh, was registered at the Arcade hotel yester day. Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Falne, of Xenla. were the guote of relathes In tlibcit) over Sunday. Ed J. Plncket, drank and disorderly: Marry Sttnart, drunk, and C. Smith, drunk, were arrested yesterdaj. Dclbert O'Dell Lippmcott, tha 3-yearK)Id son of Oscar and Laura Llppincott, disd at Dialton on the 7th int, of croup. The Rev. W. C. Falconer lias somethine to say in another column of today's paper that everyone will be interested in. A. II. Moore, of west Main street, re lumed yesterday from a two weeks' visit among friends in llolmus and Knox coun ties. Clarence E. Kiplinger, wife and young soil, of Bellefoutalne, are itt!ug the fam ily, of S. P. Miller and otlier friends and relathes. They opened a new register at the La gonda boue l MUrUa , and the flnt name that adorned iU pages is JTat Dougherty, Limerick. Ireland. i ...... . Henry De Vault, the west Main street , mtteU until the hue ana costs are paid. fn.lt deai-r and grand daughter. Miss Het-, ,& , g constable Vanderberg, Lon tie Keller, of SI. south Factory street, are dyttrt ,nd thc rest of lne partf Toting In JeffetvonvUle. I bafiV In)nj fte(r hlllrtIncand fi9Llns p Revival meetings eery night this week ia jjercer county Saturday night Tliey had except Saturday, at 7:30 o'clock lu the go- a jgt tme!t pel tent near the corner ol Pleasant street Parties Indicted by the Present Grand Jury Enter Their Pleas. The arraignment of parties Indicted at the present terra of court and others under bond and arrest, took place before Judge White, In the court of common pleas at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon, as follows: Victor Grimmer, selling liquor to minor. Heading of Indictment waived and plea of not guilt. Bond fixed at SI 50, with James Slieehan as bondsman. J. L. Zimmerman is the attorney. James Sheehan, same indictment, pleaded not gulltj. Bond of S150, with Victor Grimmer as securilj. Julius Grabs, same, pleaded not guilty. Bond fixed at J 150. Same counsel. Homer Fluney, obtaining uionej under false pretenses. Plea of not guilty, with lea e to file a motion to quash the Indict ment If desired. George Coleman, asault and battery. Tleaof not guilt). Matthew K. Cleary and John Howe. 4 cases selling liquor to a minor. Plea of not guilt). Edward lllnes, cutting with latent to wound Andrew Morrissey. June 19. Not guilty. Bond of S300 with Mrs. Sarah Dil lon assecurlt). Patrick Hjan. assault and batter). Plea of not guilty. Joseph Ta) lor, assault and battery, plea of not guilty. Bond of S100. wfth John Barns as security. E. M. Bradford, obtaining money under false pretenses, plea of not guilty. Bond, S100. Mollie Kennedy (nee Moll Morat), three Indictments for selling liquor to a minor. Plea of not guilty to one Indictment not guilt) to second, and to third sentence was deferred. Charles Ilingwalt, selling liquor to a mi nor, plea of not guilty. Bond of 3150, with John Spangenberger. Ethan Stiller and Hugh Hughes, grand larcrn), plea of not guilty. George Dial appointed counsel for Stlner, and Chase Stewart for Hughes. Charles Lake, obtaining money under false pretenses and uttering a forged order, plea of not guilty. Harry Clark, stabbing to wound, not guil ty. Luther Young appointed counsel. John Cunningham, rape, not guilty. Henry Siegel. selling liquor on Sunday, plea of not guilty. Bond of S150; Christ Schumacher, security. Edward Sullivan, attempt to bribe an officer, towit: the prosecuting attorney. Reading the Indictment waited. Plea of not guilty, with resened right to withdraw plea by tomorrow e enlng. Bond of S 1,000, with Charles Bradley as surety. The bond of Dr. S. Warrick, conducting a lottery, iu the sum of $100, was forfeited, the defendant ha Ing failed to appear. Mollie Kennedy, who pleaded guilty to Sklllng liquor to a minor, was fined S25 and sentenced to tire d.i)s in jail, to stand com- Tllli APPRENTICE. CLASS OF WORKERS THAT HAVE ALMOST CEASED TO EXIST. J. C. Oldham, Heast Main 311D EUKY MOUSE, XEW lOKK, Broadway and 40th Street t Casino and Rpolltan Opera Bouse. 3ne ox the most elecant ox tne Xw llnrls f the MttmtMl!s- i V Comfort and luxury. A. home for families. -esort lor business men. Mtaurant of unsurnassed excellence oderate charges, booms from il a day. . JJil .MAOUTLITSUa . v. Boweis. Proprietors. rs pass me door jTi aSQBnsBH;.ex dBkKsKIxs jSF-MS T 9 14 aHfcts 5sr imFISH oposo to lead the market ish, as well as all other of our business. calvt-WE WILL SELL iniNUG st uat meai uracKers. Davidson's best Butter ers for'Oysters. YSTESS DAILY y & go. ST HIGH STREET. lOKE 43. jjPQlrn w mi, 1? A 'ZTnl P D.mwnn yaim u. iiuiijQii, riT.ST. I ieUnzriam's!BaildlnK.over-er mj uro."abtore,-e en to the preserving teth. h, "V ststj m 3 ten tat and the old Dayton road. Come. Rev. Drs. Helw Ig and Ort go to Delaware on next Sunday to assist in the dedication of the handsome new church erected by the congregation of Rev. J. F. Shaffer. Urbana CUkcn; As the Springfield party was going through last night they gave a salute here. A piece of tae wadding from the eharge struck young Jimmy Maloneln the stomach. The Injury was slight. O. F. Humphreys, who lias been passing the summer with relatives and friends, in tills city and In Tellow Springs, left this morning for Ann Arbor, Mich., to resume his studies In the University of Michigan. Drs. A. and a XT. Dunlap left this morning for Steubenville. Ohio, to perform a delicate operation in o ariotomy. Dr. A. Dunlap will not return until Friday. Drs. Morrison A Keunan are attending to their bussines in their abvnce. The first social of the season, with an oyster supper, under the auspices of the Carey society, will be given next Thursda) evening, at the residence of Thomas Devltt, 71 Maple street Instrumental and vocal music Oysters seryed from 8 till 10 p. m. Proceeds to buy books for the now Unit ers- alist choir. You are all cordiall) invited. . This Week at the Oram. Thursday "A Ring of Iron," which Is spoken of as follows by the Philadelphia IruTuirerv In his new comedy-drama. "A Ring of Iron." Mr. Frank Harvey avoids the errors of his former works and presents a compact add thoroughly interesting work. The story is good, the characters drawn to the life, the situations well arranged.the humor free and rich and the action rapid. The ex pose ot the villainy of a private mail house is timely and not over drawn, and nowhere does the sentiment take on the maudlin condition. "A Ring f Iron" is a strong and whale. some play, and tl;o- that w itnesscd it last night were not surprised that it had at tained great popularity in London. The entire cast was good, and Mr. Charles A. Watkius's company plajed together as if thev were determined to give the piece a hrst-rate send-off. "A Ring of Iron" was staged in adequate style, and nas generous ly applauded by the large audience present. achieving. In lobby liugo, an "instantane ous success." Friday and Saturda) Kate Castleiou In "Crazy Patch'' will draw a large audience : KnlRhts of Comedle are we. A 1 are o i h'lartty bent, lo put dull melancholy off the key Lre the d 1 Rets word or scent. Care we for this life's foibles. As long as we en joy our mirth Mnetncandtoktnc us enables To quit for a time this earth Let business cares en by for once. K en all most nave their nine Thouch seriousness we'll not denounce. Oh 1 but there's a time for such a thins Xow, "for goodness you." To Whom It May Concern, Until further notice this road can not re ceive freight of any kind for any points on this road, or for points reached by any di vision of this road. J. McGuekyt, Agent N. Y. P. i O. THE TRUTH ABOUT BLAINE'S BOOK. Steam and Iron Keplaco lTesh ami IUood as Far aa May IleThe Study of a Trade ltendcretl UnnecetsarpThe Craft of Crispin ltcftiiHu. Ono of the mot fascinating works of art in existence is, to my fancy, at least, Ho garth's series of plates depicting the con trasted camrs of the idle and tbo industrious apprentices. hen I was n little toy an old relativo of mine owned an original Hogarth, a jugkLin-cov ertxl tome, lugger and heavier than myself, and I ued to lender over tho apprentice pictures without ever finding them stale. The) ore still fresh and new to me, so jivrcniiial is thur human nature, so keen and just tin ir Mitire and so bright their wit. I was looking over them the other day when it struck me that they were rapully lie- commg renuiHlt r of a lost condition or thiiic'S, and tint by the next gineration or so J the class to which their hcroos In lung will I have quite ceaswl to exist. I liad that day j loen through a great manufacturing ostab , lishment where steam and iron replace flesh and blood as far as they may le replaced by I things that cannot think. There were ma , chines for making one part of a shoe and another, machines for putting tho parts to gether, and machines for finishing them. About all the men had to do was to feed the machines w ith leather, tlinod, steel wire and wood, all of which they gulped down, chewed up and spat out ready for use. And so con tagions is example that tho men tbemsclv es worked quite as automatically as tho mech anisms they scrv ed, and were as stolid and expressionless. The only notable, ditfeii nee, it seemed to me, was that the machines were bright and clean and well fed and their slaves were not BCT WORSE TOR TTIK MEV. Tho owner of the establishment, himself a workman whq signs his checks with a hand calloused beyond the art of the manicure to soften, and who has a stoop from ) ears of dev o tion to thelapstone and the strap, had n great deal to say about Ins trade. Ho was proud of i J progro, but sorry, ton, Tho niechanl cnl improv ements in it were betttr for tho public, bo said, but w orse for tho men. A real shoemaker was now as hard to find as a purse of goliL A few lingered here and there, working in their own little shops, but did it under every disadvantage, for they had to comicU with nn enemy that neither ato nor paid rent. The craft of Crispin the craft which tuneful Hans Kachs made one of honor had become mere day 's lalior. Men no longer make shoes, but heljied their ma chines to make porta of shoes. The shoe makers' apprentice, that merry, impudent rogue whom the wits and farceurs of the past mads famous has ceased to exist. He is now simply a dirty little errand boy, w ho learns about tbo shops nothing except to boa man in vanity and ice before be bos ceased to be a child. And what is true of shocmalang is truo of nine out of ten other trades. The perfection of machinery has rendered the study of a trade unnecessary. The wLe men who in vent these labor-saving contrivances do oil tho thinking the workman once had to do, and while their ingenuity is a benefit to tho many, it is a definite injury to the few . The trade which Hogarth's apprentices were put to was not, it is true, a mechanical one. They were indentured to a mercer. But the sy stem which is nearly dead in the workshops u quite extinct in the shops dev otcd to the re tail trades. The army that battles for bread is too numerous to. render it dUHcult for an employer to pick such sen ices as lie wishes, and he pq longer assumes the responsibility of hiruig it w ith bed and board for a term pf ) ears. Alfred Trumble in few York News, HBSS SL SOS7 "Til -a V- rwrn sake, don't say I told Coupled for Life. Last evening the Rev. Dr. L. A. Gotwald united In marriage George B. Anderson and Miss Rosa Pierson, both of this cit). The contracting parties have many friends, w) o extend to them the heartiest congratulations. Ihe.Numkfrot Copies fold and the Profits the Distinguished Author will Obtain. Talking with a leading publisher who knows the ins and outs of the trade, he said today: "Some highly-colored and wholly unreliable statements have been currently circulated as to the number Issued of Mr. Blaine's great political book and his profits from It, At the outset 75,000 copies of the first volume were printed, to which 35,000 have been added since, and the larger part of the entire 100,000 have now been disposed of. Of the second volume only 75,000 hare bean printed, and no more ot these will be sold. at least for the present Why is there this difference In the sale of the two volumes of the same work? It Is no reflection on the character or Importance of the work, or on the popularity of the distinguished author. It is a simple matter of fact, well known to the trade, that for various reasons the sale of the second volume of a subscription book never equals that of the first otume. Why not? Because the people die, move away, lose all their money or enough of it to make them feel poor, some of them are thrown out of work aad cannot pa), or are dissatis fied with or without reason with the first book, and so refuse to take the sec ond volume as agreed. Ever)' one in the business knows this, and makes calculations accordingly. Why, even In Augusta, I am told, copies ef the second volume have been refused. By the terms of Mr. Blaine with his publishers, he is paid 75 cents on each copy sold. That will pay him, when the total 175.000 are disposed of, 3131250 nothing like the quarter of a million that newspaper report has placed it at, but a tidy little sum that any author, no matter how popular or successful, might be proud of. It will jay for his elegant new cottage at Bar Harbor, and leave a handsome surplus beside. But 1 have reason to believe that his publisher wouia nave pam mm si, or even 51.25, a volume If Mr. Blaine had held out for It. If hv bad understood publishers as well as be does politicians, he would have been from 550.000 to 375,000 the richer forlttoda). Aside from that, there Is still money ahead lor him in the Dook. It is a standard work that every well equipped library must pos sess. That will give it a stead), if not large, sale for years to come. Then, If Mr. Blaine should be nominated in 186S, that would give the book another big boom, only second to Its first enormous send off.' Ugliness Defied. If you have a sallow face. And can many wrinkles trace Don't cry; If ) our cheeks have pimples sore. And are with freckles covered oVr Don't cry. If you have grown so very plain. You can no longer lovers gain Don't sigh; ror youii regain witnin a week, , If you the remedy will seek. The charms of beauty all complete Then try The wondrous Champlin's Liquid Pearl, Beauty's boon to even girl. JAMES SULLIVAN', of Salem, Oregon. says he was cured of the Asthma b) Gil- mores .Magnetic .rsuxir. tor sale by Theo, Troupe, druggist SnperstltloQ Among tho Mexicans, A correspondent of Tho Galveston 'cws was amami to overhear the conversation of two well-dressed Mexicans who were "gravely discussing the question whether or no Tues day was an unlucky day." But ominism, the belief in lucky and unlucky tunes, signs and prodigies is prevalent in Mexico. H)Uro mal dial Another bad day coming,'' sighed my Tampico landlord on seeing a spider on his bunch of bananas. If the saino spider had only appeared in the afternoon it would have been an auspicious omen. "How would it do to catch a lot of spiders and turn them all loose after dinnerr "Quien sabel Well, yes; but" with a doubtful shake of the head 'there might be some pf them around tho next morning." If a horvo balks on approaching a gate a cautious rider will turn back in deference to the "warning" March and Jv'ov ember are unlucky months, and Friday is always an un lucky day; but, besides, every individual lias private trouble days of his own, which it 1 houves him to dlscov er and consetrabi to re tirement and caution. Santa Ana hail a long list of such days dates of the j ear, most of them but disliked to mention them, for fear his enemies would attack him at such times. Dr Felix L. Oswald. "Unfortunate Members" of the Profession. It is sometimes asserted that I am "cold blooded," that because I object to seeing news paper men putting themselves in the position of mendicants, I have "no sympathy for the unfortunate members of tho profession." I have all sympathy for the unfortunate, but httlo for the lazy, the improv ident, or the In comiietent 1 hen I see a man making a good salary and spending it in dissipation faster than he gets it, making no provision for pos sible sickness or inevitable death in the future, I fail to pereeivo why other men whq have lived decently should bo called upon to make up his deficiencies. When I see another man, utterly unfit bv nature or training for news-paper work, stitk to it to the bitter end, and then cxpit other men who are capable to subscribe the money which he has not been able to honestly earn, I can see nq excuse for passing around tho hat. If a man cannot make a hvmg in journalism, he had better get out and do something else. It Is only fair to suppose that there is a niche somewhere in the world ready to receive the man who has no place in newspaper work. Journalist. MADE TO ORDER (e especial pride in the beauty and excellence of the work turned out of torn Department. Ladies and gentlemen who appreciate the neatness and the ease and comfort of a well-made and perfect-fitting find by leaving their measure.with us, that our work is of the high- 7t.t.. CotiefoMtnn ntiorontoori in avnmIp9QR flup tnob- nf I os4haio llUUailljr. gauoiouiiwii una' mv.m www. ;i" - gwunui s.i.uHn,ig irge, our workmen the best to be found, and our prices reasonable. Call The IJare-LectPd Highlanders. Tho Scottish Highlander, with his bare legs, is a continuous subject of interest to me and I look at every ono I see, taking especial note of his knees. At some places you may see one fantastically dressed dancing, and this is one of the sights of tho country fairs. The Highland soldiers are everywhere, and I note that an anti-court paper called Society says that Princess Beatrice, Queen Victoria's favorite daughter, never blushed while her pretty eyes traveled over a whole regiment of bare legs during her visit at Parkhurst the other day. I quote: "The Princess Beatrice gracefully officiated as judge of the dancing, and also examined mo men in me competition for the best dressed Highlander. In this latter task the princess took a great deal of pleasurable in- iresi, scrutinizing every portion of clothed anatomy, ami accurately meamnnit with ber ye the inches of bare legditpla el Nur did ber royal highness blush the while; but the laddies did, furiously, and were evidently re hvl when tlw eagh gare of th. young mar ried lady was removal fn.in tlpeir gallant levins " Finns. George Cannier In Cleve laiid lsder SPRINGFIELD'S LEADING CARPET DEALERS! Are now prepared to show the best line of Carpeting, Hats, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Curtains and Fibres ever brought to the city, at astonishingly Low Prices. Call and see for yourself. OOIR-JSTEiR. 3CA.I3Sr -A-3ST3D LIMESTONE STREETS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE-SAMUEL WALDIAIAN, MANAGER Monsror zstig-eit, October 11. FERGUSON & SLATER'S DRAMATIC COMPANY IN THEIR THRILLING POPULAR DRAMA, THE CHILD STEALER! AMONG THE FAMII.IAK XA11ES OF THIS tTANlARII ANI EXCELLENT COMPA.NV ARK I Miss May Henderson, Miss Clara Ormsby, Miss Lillian Thome and Little Florette; Mr. R. W.Trelegan, Mr. Harry Brown, Mr. Chas. Paxton, Mr. Wilkes B. Sessions, Mr. Clark Barney and Mr. J. J. Gormley. A STRONG AND PERFECT CAST! ADMISSION 25 CTS., 35 CTS. AND 50 CTS. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR RESERVED SEATS. Sale of Keserred Seats nt C. II. Pierce A C .N opened Thnr-d iT,.0ctnber 7ib, 1SSC. Term of I.airoiida Ave Hale 310 on daj of sale, Ihe balance of one fourth In ten das. One. two. three and four j ears for the deferred payments, se cured b) mortgage on the premises with In terest at 0 per cent, per annum, paj able an nual! . Great fluilneu at the Strniu Dye Works. The old reliable Steam Dje Works are aluajs to the front in enterprise and good work, and uae been doing a tremendous business in their djinit department, which dies the best of satisfaction. Those har ine heavj clothinc to color should not fall to take them to their place of business, 21 1 north Center street, at once, before winter sets in, as it is almost impossible to dr heay goods then. The baths are Just as popular as eer, and are receiving new patrons eter day that express themsehes as being ery highl pleased. Prof. enoIils, the mesmerist, will be at Market square tonight. No Cure, Noln 7 The terms "Neer despair" and "While there's life there's hope" are the mottoes of Dr. Mcilunn. Treats his patients to cure them, and uses without prejudice or regard for schools or "path s" whatever will ac complish that result A man of 25 years successful experience. Consultations in person or b mail free to all. PennanentI located at Springheld, O. Institute, iabor atory:i dispensary at 111 South Market street 'Hours 8 a. m. tn9 p. m. A CAj-ti. To all who are suffering from errors ami indiscretions of youth, uenous weakness, earl Ureay, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, free of charge. Tins great remedy was dis coered by a iniekloiiary In South America. Send self-addreied en elope to Hev . Joseph T. Iiinian. Station D, Xew York city. ProL Reynolds, the laesmerist, will be at Market square tonight Mnrtjn'ii Commercial Collef-e, 313 Sixth street Washington, D. C. Opens Oct 15. Provides a practically useful bus iness education. Terms: Life scholarship. 540; boarding, stationery, etc. twelve week's course, S75. For circular (free) ad dress -Mart n s commercial College. W royal nsatl. Is POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlt powdor never rariea A marvel ol purl tv. itreiiath aad vthaleiomeneM. Mare eco nomical than the ordinary kind', and cannot be ald In corapf tuion wtthtbe multitude or low tet. ihort weUht alum or phosphate pcfo dera. a.MmJjri.M Kotal biiixe Pnirrwi Co..l0sWll.tIvAt.V V PIONEER DRUG STORE I CHAS. LUDLOW St CO., PROPS. THE LEADING DRUGGISTS, 55 EA3T MAIN STREET. Mr. Charles Lndloir lias retnrmd from Ills Calif' rnia'rip, and will Eire Ills nndlv ded attention to fie management or their Imsiue??. We sellonlj Flrs'-t l.iss Goods, and our prices are nlirjj as low as lowest; and liaviiiir the largest and most complete aw-or mf nt In the cllj, jon will And it to y nr advantage tomnkejou purchases of ns. CHAS. LUDLOW & CO., Druggists and Pharmacists opposite St. James Hotel. HATS. OOHREOT PALL STYLES. J. B. FELLOWES & SON, P U 14 EAST MAIN ST., Ars 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. I T GOM:irC3-! GRAND OPERA HOUSE TWO NIGHT'S, OCTOBER l.-S A.1$X 1. The Idol of the Fun Loving Public. KBTE CASTLETON The Peerless Comedienne. HIE CASTLETON MODERATE PRICES. BROADWAY SILK HAT (pJd Main Street Hatter ard FnrnNher. B t B OLD RELIABLE BINDER S The only successful Female Star In Comedy. Farce J. D. Smith Company, Qloba Building. Cor. West High 8t. nd W&lnnt Alley. Printers, Binders AND STATIONERS ! Rork Wark and laral Rlaaka a rrfalty KATE CASTLETON Queen of youth, beauty and rlvaclty In CRAZY PATCH ! "The qulntescence of Farce Comedy.1 Louis lilobe Democrat. '-St. Found at Last Trade Mk. K 1. aHiaaiiaL vJJp jamine our stock, and be convinced that what we advertise is true. 7SE ? 1$vo. & PARSONS & SOUTH IMTATEKET STBEET. The II, 1 1 0r Iielnj sick. In a pamphlet iently published w find the following statement, whirr; no fair n.lfidwl i.-mii-.yi1I auf-stinn- Mnr.v-hnl iuvalkls nr simply the victims ot a ihronic mode i.f thought; they hao formed ihn habit c.f Umpti.t. and they could ir tbej ould. or ralhr if they knew how. form the habit of Irtiiijf well bo many Lclicin that tMy rannot l-lp l,pin(j weal, nervous, ailing, and mlt-ralil-, that they In o year after year l.m.d with tha fetters which they haie forced for tbeniwhcs. MaDy a woman frets b-meir lck and many a man has lost h life from ar. ov.rtaxed mind, which has branc-ht W..M...I 1. . .... B w..cti..iii,iii uLtaw uj me uouy. "How often d it happen that a physician who has practUed a specialty for n number of years becomes at last a victim to the very disease which he has labored so longto oer come in others. It has been a picture before his mental vision which at last finds outward expression upon his body." Hall's Journal of Health. On Ills Feet A tain. Henry Villord has again become tbi owner of the magnificent palace hi erected In his palmy days. He is said ti wnoworth several millions. CRAZY PATCH ! 'Simply bolllns over with comedy." St. Louis Republican. CRAZY PATCH ! Xo horse play, eenulne wit, let It not be prejudecd byItstuulows. The Strongest company ever brought to St. LouU. st, Louis Republican. Miss Castleton's latest and greatest hit, "KEEP YOUR EYE ON IT," by George Schleiffer and F.dard Harrl gan's ' On ITulon Mqnare." " I IflHE FOH Yfl TO FEEL MY PHLSE. " Ml Ami the discovery ts &U the frcaicr. for being to long delayed.) VITAL RESTORER FOR MEN Bjltiose Lost Power Lost fterrr Drained Brain and Ex naostea iuu.)r 4re quKUjr ma pcrauaeuilr tesrored. DO NOT DELAYA DAY Many cases we "today curable, to-morrow hopeless. HERE IS A PERFECT CURE Endorsed by London Doctor It ha. curnl thousands abrnsd It is curio thotKandu lierc Ilmstratrd Jledlcal Buolc Free. CraJcic ."nodical Clinic, (Am. Branch) 3S Nassau Staxt, hew Yorg. A beok of 1U0 pages The best book for an advertiser to consult. UlntfTDTIOlim00 ne experienced or jnuwunt lomaotuerwise. iteoniains "J?, . . . Hsts of newspapers and estimates ot the cost otadvertlslng. The . .. .t',?r.""uu """ wspena one dollar.flndi In It the Information hArnnti-Avh i in rA him who will Invest one hundred thousand dollars 1SS"" .'Vr1" B "cerne is indicated which will meet his every requirement, or can be mde to do so by slight changes easllyarrived fjf DT correspondence. One hundred andflftr three editions have been Issued. Seat post- WIKLIS & SON, PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, PUMPS SEWER PIPE, RUBBER HOSE, SEAM FITTERS' SUPPLIES, &c. 3STo. ae SOUTH TjnCBST03SrE ST BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE , icr. 13. THE ROMANTIC KJ10TI0SAL ACTOR. ROBERT B. M JJEPAPERS B1'10 ?lallre,; 'or 10 cent- Apply to Geo P.ROwelli Co SewspaDer Aovertlslnir nn rau.l08prueestret.(PrlntldK House square) PAUL A. STALEY, Attorney and Expert IH PA.TJEHVT CASES, SOLICITOR OF PATEHTS. JkxDsnia MmiMtMm ' TO ADVERTISERS A list of 1000 newspapers divided Into state J-iiEis""1 wl" be sent on aPP'll-atl,h To those who want their advertising to pay. we cau offer no better medium for thorough and effective work than the various sections Of our Select Local Lint. ufco.r. no well & co., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, liihnrrcebtreet. New York, WILSON WASHBOARDS. Thest Wahboardi are made with a 0ent-vool rim. The Strong est boards and best wubers in th world. For sale br all dealers. Take nn other. SAGIXAW M'F'O CO., SaEtnaw, Michigan Suppc rted by a supt r company, under the management of Aucutu riton, In John V. Keller's new and powerful modern society drama. TANGLED LIVES A play of strong human interest, illus trating Society and Bohemian Life in Xew York. The moral is pure and up holds the church ceremony of nurriage. The story is intensely interesting, the situations strong and natural, and a brilliant vein ot comedy permeates tbe entire drami. A PLAY OF THIS EPOCH, Its teachings will benefit every rain and woman ol the nineteenth century. Prices SI, "5c. W and 23c. Reserved seats. SI and Toe, according to location. On sale Monday morning. October 11. at s a. m. TBE SFBIIGHELD STEAU EiHPtT lEHIIE TV'OIUCS Now ready for business all tae year around. I beg to announce to the public that I am now prepared to clean Carpet by my Patent Ma chine, which is the best method Insistence to thoroughly clean a Carpet without injuring It. and has been tested by hundreds of persons In Springfield last season who eaa testify as to Its merits. We will call for and deliver carpet every day until further notice All work war ranted to give satisfaction. Office and works, noefcwav Street, West of Gjg Works. Orders left at anv of the rartt . . nnr..mo u-in k -;..? ..'"."'"'"' iiTZ. V OT uiuiiuj aiienaea to. ".SionrPets free within city limits. ., .prices for Cleaning and Renovating: Matting, le per yard ; Ingralnand 3-ply'te per yard. Brussels. 5c .per yard. Wilton. 6c per yard. Axminstnr. fcper yard: Hair tDt Jc per yard . elvets. E per yard . iloTuetU" .cperyard. Aubuson. 6c per yard. -'oque"' ..Tf,w,.f taken np at lc t" yrl. Perfect SlniS";11 ran- Our machinery is nSv?t.eiJ.,rpet,"": 0l enarches. lodges, orcces and public places. WW. BARTHOLOMEW, Prop. ITTOLI n I duVoa I PI E3iZ OVE 3D ! dr. j. t. Mclaughlin, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, REMOVED TO 106 Tfett JUIa St. Tele; tea j if. GRAND OPERA HOUSE THrnSDAY, OUTOBEK 14. The greatest play produced In America In a uecaae.wun me aisiinguished emo tional actress. MISS ADA GRAY! "ii'poirrm n GEOKGK LEA150CK AND CIIAItLES A. WA1K1.N5 COMPANY In Frank llarey's tJreat New Drama, entitled A Story of the Bestowal of a Wedding Ring. As clven In London with unsurpassed sue cess In the Ills to rv of PictnHnl timnutui ductlons. Th Text of the Play. 'A man shall leave Father ami fnttmi. h shall be joined unto his wife, and thi.v.ii.Mru. Onn flph J. Leuty's Sons. &. 2 Lfr .fS urn e fJ MNJ3 y A RING OF 1H0N! fxWmMm 1 ,'-lW JV) yAt'gtifliU W"3fc tvJ fi01" op worn ZU 54hiJ233 MJfy (at 0T lE fJJiglSKSX" j&ia'1 lf B riifli ui.ii uiuili i rfKFiJ wfmmam The Sentiment ot the Play. I flLjlUu HI I n I TWl H nHr I I SKBFw' CjlBrif "Tls better to be lowly born. '"I HI 111. I MfM0i', PStBc And range with humble livers In content. HmdiomMtiiia k.ii.1.! n. .. ... eSKsSl "IVt Andweara golden sorrow.'7 and BaltMsau tob, Haid atSh 'fi!&iff SBHS -Prlce7a,onda3ceiit.SeaUnowoa ViMUtnmMtiaM. '"" VlTMB MleatHarriiCliargtore. "TZ. . ss.wr. B; VT IA MiJuObu HHHgEHHm RpbHriHMSr9Swt'