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r r N : 4 - t -? Is 5', w IE I m t GLOBE BEFUBUQ TUESDAY ETBffING, DECEMBER 14 1888 flffiQjftM CANDY! CANDY! CANDY! The lowest prices In a century 1 Thirty barrels or orcr: 3,000 pounds Is our stock, which o must sell betweem now and ChrisUiss. The low price of sujar enables us to offer pure, tnh HOME-MADE CANDIES! At the followinr prices at either of our stores: Good mixed candj, lCcperlb. Old-time home-iaade candy, 12Jc per lb. Choice cream and pan candy, 15c per lb. Stick candy, plain and twist, 1 Z and 15c per lb. N'o caarce for candy boxes. Figs, choice and new, 12hc 15c and20c per lb. Mixed nuU, all kinds, only 15c per lb. Orangis, 25c, SOc and 0c per dozen. We sell Candies for two weeks at the price of sugar not confectioners' prices. See us early. kto&jv- BARGAIN STORES, 9 1 and 93 Vt Mulll St. nod 40 South Mar ket M., WprlnnflflJ, O. Butchering Season Is at hand When you need Pure Powdered Pepper, Pure Powdered uayenne, Best Leaf Sage, Pure Salt Petre, Pure Potash, Marjarom, Summer Savory, Coriander Seed, Powdered Cinnamon, Powdered Cloves AND MAM OTHER SPICKS. To cet the best quality at lowest prices eo to CASPER'S Drug Store, tttlier'iMloek. Ma'nStrrt,3d Door West uf LlmcitontsSprlngllrld. Eon, SLICK SWINDLING. A. Barclay Shrewdly Played On a Eeoogniied Frailty of Human Nature. A letter to General Kelfer OUm IIIo liemrAy-V.lnrtlieU.S.5liinto Derrnuil A Carefully Drawn Letter He bktp. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WedneidaT mornlsi. December t i.i.,MirA hT to wraD papers tail w. v. --'- r. .. .- - i . TTTAVTEn ... .... -- ..., at office at Laronda. The "A arder, Bushne 11 A UlessuerCo. WAXTED-BCHRD-In prlTate family, lor man. wile and two children, references exebanced. Address H . SU. city. carrier o 10. city. 50 TTTANTED-Good cirt or mlddle-aced woman W lor seneral Jiouse work. Call at LS I rout a tret. &D WASTED A cood sirl for General lioue wort. Call at 170 Linden avenue. job WVXTED flood tin for kitchen or second ' work; no washing, must come recom mended. Apply at 1I6S west Main street. WAXTKD A few Rood salesmen for the state of Ohio, to such will o8er liberal Inducements. Apply either by letter or per son Saturday a. m. Koom Xo li Central house. fcpringSeld.Ohlo. Mu TnATED-ETery soldier who wants his lY pension or bounUes looked after to call on Amos Roberts, pension and county attor ... lac T (nin avenue. Wit" !..... -- TTTANTED-An aetlTe man (one out of em IT ployment) to begin on moderate salary and work himself up. representing. In his on n locality, an old established house. References exchanged. An. AUMcncTcaiso llocss. 6 Barciay street. iew ion. TTTASTED A!lTe.energeUe man. to repre W sent us: IS per month, and expenses Goods staple, eiery one buys: outfit and par tlcolars tree. Standard BllTerware Co . Bos ton . FOR SALE. TORSALE-Largsand small farms In Clark uaaujuiuiu4 .wuuHv.t ... i . parts of th city for sale on easy terms, now Uthe Una to get your farm: also money to loan on city and farm property. Call on or ad dress T. M. OSut. Real Estate and Loan Agent. Room g. Black's Opera House, bpringneld. O TOR SALE At auction, on Wednesday. De X cember li.lSi6. house of seTen ruoms aud cellar, with well and outhouses complete, lot SOxlSO. fire minutes walk from street ear and the mammoth shops of Warder. Bashuell A Ulessner. Lagonda: by D. C- Fowler; sale at 11 a.m. foleyi Hayward. Auctioneers 5cm' FOR SALE Valuable diamonds, cheap for cash, or will exchange for good drlrtnc horses, for particulars addrsts Lockbox ijl. ciry. 56 FOR SALE Stock boots and shoes and lease of room site 70x3). one door of postofflce good trade and best reasons for selling Live railroad town. Address. Postoiace box 44. JeflersonTllle.Ohlo. 55m FR SALE"lgar stock and flxtures at In TOlce price. Call at HH west Main street FOR SALE Pure sweet cider of our own make; no adulteration or acid used. 1 ar ties wishing a pure article by the barrel, can find It at 2 west Main street; also pure apple Jelly and apple butter; apples and Potatoes J.t wholesale. Open .-aturday until 9 p. m II Rub samiCo. Telephone Jo.3TS. a-" Tam TOR SALK-Uolldygoods-skates sleds l: cutlery, ou ciouu. coji """"" "z? ; i.JVJ.. i:n- A. blehl. 72 and .5 east Main. TOR SALE-Property on so. Yellow Scrlngs t street, opposite main entrance to rair grounds. House, ten rooms, cood cellar, well ind cistern. LotlOu by au It- suitileand out-bulldlngs complete For &"-'," lars call at residence or address i rank M Jui lerton. city. FOR SALE Sweet elder by the barrel at 2 -est Main street. Parties csnOonoW tertnanbycalllngand examining the same. TO LOAN. rPO LO .X-3.000 In sumi to suit, from JS00 to X IMUW. on long time. Address Box 13. city HI. L L BLOUNT Would respectfully announce that he has resumed thepractlre of DentlHry in this city. Ofaee and Residence: No. 185 South Limestone St, C05I1NO ATTIIACTIONS. Black's. Tuesday. Pecember H, Jolui A. Steen. Gn-VM. Thatcher. Primrose i Wet, WvdneMtay. December 15. Huick's. Thursday, December 16,"Tlio Little Tycoon." Black's Howorth'i Hibeniica Comedy Co., Friday, Decombcr 17. fiitAM). Mestajer's Tourists, Saturday aftenioon and evening, Dec. IS. LOCAL BREVITIES. Grant's Sons packed away 50C tous of Ice lat week. They need 1.000 tons more. A matiuee will be cien ou Satunlay af ternoon al the Grand opera houo by Mes taj er's Tourist compan) . The one-year-old child of J. Holstcin, of 241 Fair street, died yesterday of croup. The funeral will occur tomorrow afternoon a' 2 o'clock. rroldent D. W. Stroud, of the Citizens Street Kallwaj, was out today for the firt time since he was taken down with iph theria. He is still far from well. Dr. A. A. Blount has opened a dentist office at his residence, 165 south Llmestoae street, ai.d in ites all his old friends and patrons to gie him a call. A chanca has been made in the manage ment of the dime museum, latelj controlled bj Osborne Adams. The former retires. and Mr. Adams is now sole proprietor. fr Fmest aimer, of 120 Front street. died jesterdaj afternoon of a complication of diseases, aged about CO years, tier re mains were taken to Dayton today for Interment Evert Kidwell, the three-and a-half-year-old son of John Kidwell. the Bee Line acent at Enon, died on Sunday night of spinal di-oase. The funeral occurred loday at 2 o'clock. i ridichtful woddtne occurred last een- Ing. at the residence of Mrs. Beckwood. on Fair street. George 11. Hall and Miss Flora Keynalls were united in wedlock by l.e. George W. Ziegler. Mrs. Carson King, of west High street, receive ord yesterday of the sudden death of Tier skier. Mrs. Kate r men, oi near Plain City, and left this afternoon to attend the funeraL Capt- G A. Brown of Sandusky, com manding the steamer "Jay Cooke," and a fr,,n,i T. F SDOiicer of the same pit, ar med In Springfield last night to take a hunt near Plattsburg todaj. There i no foundation whateter to the report that Adams A Obom, proprietors of the dime museum, are going to leave the city, as has been reported on the streets. The-e gentlemen have both come to stay, and are meeting with much better patron age at present than when the musoum was started. The several strokes tapped on the Cent ral engine house gong this morning at 9 o'clock, were not a fire-alarm as many sup posed. The Western Union Telegraph Co., are, making some changes on East street. nnd accidentally cut into the fire-alarm cir cuit, with the result named. The boys at the Central hooked up but did not run. The great G A. H. fair opens on Thurs ,i . n.4 ember 10. at N'o. 78 south Lime stone street. In the building adjoining the Times office. A splendid lot of useful arti cles w ill be for sale, and as admission is free, eteryonels requested to call and ex amine before buying elsewhere. A good .-ii will be civen for 20 cents. Kcmember that this fair itghen to raise money to help those in distress, and it is hoped that the good people of this city will patronize us. The fair will continue through Friday and Saturdaj, day and evening. One of the neatest swindling schemes -r nnemted In this city has Just been brought to light by Chief Walker and the officers of the police force. They hae been working on the case for nearly a week, but although the have discovered all methods by which the swindler opcraiea, me .in.llpr himself lias thus lar eiuueu arresu A few dasago Geneial J Tarren Keiitr .,1..1 n teller from lift! firm of Richard son A. Ta lor, attomesat law, iuTstirs bure. Ind. Following U a cop of the letter- rETHtsiano, Ind , Dec S, lSSfl. Hon J Warren Keller. Springfield. Ohio Sm We hae beeen handeil a letter b one of our clients w hich has cau-i mm great uneasiness of mind since its arrUal, owing to the fact that he thinks it is some near or dear menu wuo is nu " ."'Yv . a...... nt tlid lilt- in. We send OU an exact cow ui u.c.i .... l,.r.ir it sj-henm Im'IIIC worked by some sharper In onlcr to get inonej from y . . .. . , i ....... . An fj.i-!. the unsophisticated, im nine j.. ....... formation in regard to the part who write the letter and whether or not he is as lie represents hiinelf. We get our name for the purposes of this letter from the liber. of which we see ou are a member. Please answer at our earliwst convenience, and oblige Trul ours. HinisiiiistiN A Tatiok. Tlie letter referreil to in Kichardson A Talor's letter is as follows MIAMI LUMBER CO. A. 11A11CI.AV, stwsc.m. DRESSED I.UMBKIL ETC. Cash paid for Ixigs of All Kinds. SrmM.ribi n, O.. Dec 7, ISsC. 1r Tltldff Dkaii Shi A few daS since a man about 21 ears old, medium size, dark ees -j iir vell ilreveil. came to us for work. imr fnrejnan nut him to loadina saw logs . . . f on the carnage in tno nci at m " mills. Unfortunatel we negietieu iu trt i.i. ...,, rnr ianll had lie w orked an hm,r h..fnrp he lot his footing, fell in the j I . munnl Ills btxU U TC- i ...,i K.iHo.1 mTt dav. nothing being fOUHd tO Identll niUl except JUUI immcauu aildress. Among hw effects are: uvercoai. anuust new 320; suit of clothes, worth 51; silver watch and chain, 8 JO; revolver. Smith A Wesson, double action, 3S-caliber, S14; va lise, !7; hats, shirts etc, and S17.S0 In money. The funsral expenses were S2ii, which we paid, leaving us SS.70 out Now, if you are a reiaute oi momm " unfortunate Oung man and will send me S8.70 I will ship to our order allot uis things. If you wish we will have the remains taken up and sent to ou at our eense. Trusting ou maj khu -,i.c......6 . this man and that 1 will hear from ou soon, lam Very trul, A. BARCI.V.V. General Keifer knew at once that the u. i.. .i iineratlnir a hie swindling scheme, as there is no sucii lumber firm in or near Spnnrtield. ami tne inciuems which theswlnaicrreiaicsiu ins kii,v.. occur here. He therefore placed the matter in the hands of Chisl walker, ine cinci soon discovered that such a person as iA Barcla was receiving mail here, and lie laid plans to capture him. Since he began to work on the case lie has received several letters from persons in other states to whom Barclay sent identically the same letter that i... t.nt f Mr. Tislow. Already the chief has letters from J. Q. Adams, superintend- . .i. rarctn.a ALinnfactiiriiiir Co . of lar-eillcs. Illinois; M. W. Peterson, of Elliott. IIIlnoK Jonn a. uogris, oi t; scll Via., and Mr. Demorest, of Denver, Col. All of these geutlnmen had received copies of the letter reproduced above, and being suspicious, had written for particulars. Of course, Barcla 's scheme was to get the $s 70 and it is altogether llkel tint he was successful In man instances. v,iiici Tt-n . ,.,. iinw in Ins no esslon several letters addressed to Barcla which mi con tain valuable lniomiauon, uut s "t them have been opened. As soon as he became possessed of these facts he swore out a wairant for Barcla s arrest This was aone iasi muajim-w-Inr He had already discovered that Bar clay was boarding at Mrs. King's No. 10 Fisher street, ana iamn& rj.u.j ""--with him, the chief went to the boarding u. ,. ,rroi rinri-lav- He was not there .h Afra Rlnr did not know vvlien he would return. Mrs. King saiu mat oar clay was over six feet high and wore a i . t n.ni.ctai.hf He Isn niano-tuner. and on Frida morning tuned a pltno for Mr. Engcrt The officers heard that he . i..,,.! nl uMnt there after liim. but ho vv a. gone. From r rulay noon until Saturday noon Barcla 's room at .Mrs i.. . .. as MiueK mi.tnled bv the police. and on Friday night Chief Walker and Offi cer Nicklas remained in the room all night read to take the swindler In as soon as he i ir. .IIJ Hnluiina hntveier. AT111 appeareu. iic tim nut v..... . it is supposed that he heard In some man- . .. I. In 4vaII mill ner that the ponce were on -" seized the opportunlt to shake Springheid dut from his feet How many people he succeeded in swin dling cannot, of course, b told and the ex- . ...nKP ..in ..ri.ivihlv- neifT he leariieii. iu;t imiiut. ... ,-...v".j --- -- -- o-i.. ..l..m. nnj a remnrt ahl v shrewd one. i lie ""incui. ,,....... j ---- - pling as it did on tnat particular iraiiij ui human nature w Inch prompts persons to tr to g tt S50 worth of goods for S10. and the man who worked It was certainly a philos pher. Twent Little SfuU To the Edltorof the Ulobe-llepubllc Yon will oblige me bv giving spice to the-e few remarks concerning the report of I)r Heade about the diphtheria disease in it Bernard's school, publWied in ester- da's Issue. I would hav e much preferred that this re port had not been published In the piiwr, but since it has bten published, I mut cor rect one great mistake Among the twent i.ii.ire that ilWwl nf ilhiliihorla in St. Ber- ..nr.c ..iridli mil, uiim ptor attendeil school. The others were too oungetto go to school, unite, no tweniy nine thus can Ix- empt from deaths that occurred rfmong siliool children from diphtluria. ueieciiuii), J. 1). Kltl-s-.. Champion City tem Iy Works nd ltnlh Kooms. The special business of the Steam De Works at 31 north Center street, is the cleaning, renovating and 0elngof allkinds of clothing so the look as good as new. Piiptnliiu oldeitvol foatliAra rsinnvfltpil PJIT jiets cleaned, clothing ded without being l.t.... .nnrl atllrO Vl.nta l-.M.ttMl llf ftllV inniii nwtt.t. aiim. ........ .... .- . ." . .... , !....!. kliul, sliawis anil iaoncs mane mniai in mc .. -!.. .ul (13) lite VtVlK jiuiciut."'ri. I The bath rooms are the llne-t in the cltj , I and any person wlsliinga not orcoiuuim will tind it greatl to tlit ir interests to go m this well known establi-liment. Clirlitmiunlid etv eitr. The Penns lv aula Mm s West of Pitts burg will sell hulidi excursion thkeU, at one fare for the round trip, to and from all stations, on ueceinoer :mn, -aui aim .isi. lsso, and Jinuar 1st, issi. goourcuuuiiis ,.iu iji.ujrv :; ius7.inrhi-.iie. For full lnfonuitum appl to nercst agent of the Pimnslvaiilit.oiiipiii, l-ni-ourg, tnicm natlASt Louis Kailwa Compan and Chicago, St. Louis A- Pittsburg Railroad Compan. A LI C IV I "" dIV ollt uoklnB fnr VV M C.H holidi goods. lon't let It eCiilo jour iiunmiMi uru i iummhw . Co. Ime tlieimcst line of toilet cases m the clt j BLACK'S -OPERA HOUSE -BLACK'S THE GREAT POPULAR COMIC OPERA CRAZE! TTttJ-R&JDJirz:, DECEMBER letb. T FIRST APPEARANCE OF THE MPLE THEATER II IH sill I L III UUu FltOM THE TEMPLE THEATER, PHILADELPHIA. WILLAUW rE"iCKR, I'OPULAR AM Kill CAN JI'ANK3E COMIC Ol'I It V. BETJTIFXJL CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS! The finest and handsomest line of Holiday Slippers ever shown in the city. Richly embroidered patterns in Silk and Chenille on uppers of downy plush and velvet. Designs in Patent Leather, Alligator and Kid. No morelsuitable Holi iday Presents than a pair of these Slippers. ARCTICS, RUBBERS, OVERSHOES Rubber Boots. Wehave a very large and full stock of these goods for men, women and children in buckle, button, high and low cut and self-acting. Our prices are as low as can be obtained in the city. & PARSONS Hint From a 1Vtrhmkr. "Peonle spend a (treat deal of money needlessly for having their watches cleaned," said a Maiden lane jeweler the other dav "A gentleman living In Xew Jtrsej called hers one day last week and paid his watch had stopped unexpectedly and then Rono on again the same aj usual He wanted it cleaned, a. he feured that If It stopped again he miht loo a train Most jewelers would have taken "the w atch.cleaned it and charged him $3 or $1 for the work The proper thing to do if .. -nK ..I. in Hint ivhv is to take note of the hour, minute and necond when It stopped Then n Jeweler can ee jusi where the dirt that has stopped the works lies and can remove it by fastening down the main spring and taking off the balance wheel Otherwise he should have to clean all the works, not knowing which particular ixirt needed cleaning I told m customer this, and hch.ul only n trifle to pay for having his watch put in order If the watch had reall needed cleaning nil over it U not liktly that it would have gone ou atfatn after stopping "New York Sun llalrpln sutl.tlcn ofVwtorfc The hairpin statistics of Xew York city are among the most interesting and will furuish food for thought even among the most frivolous It is estimated that -.... i-. mm mm linirnliwnresoldnnnunl- (.IHIC VI" ,J"V' ""' 1 ly in this city, and giving half cf this amount to women outside of the city who do their shopping here leav es eacn mem her of the fair sex in Gotham just 34T hairpins a ear Then when all the lwbies, little school girbi who wear their hair flowing or braided in pigtails, and the hundreds of young ladles who prefer shincled locks are counted out, almost double thut amount Is given ea:h woman with long back hair Whire do the Hi.'WO.OOO hairpins go ever year One would expect to find them scattered all over the town, yet how seldom are they encountered on the side walk, and the weekly sweeping at home fails to gather but a half dozen or so, even though a hundred may haTe been lost in that same house. New York .1 mmal. V. .1. Mcflee, bu-iniM manager of tli "Tourits," is at the Arcade hotel. Don't forget Mrs. Clem T Se '8 ale on Thursdaj, December 10, at her residence. near Siiuirs nuns, v.ei oi weeny, oi livestock, fannimc implemuits and house hold goods. Call earlv and -ee the great bargains of fered in desirable milliner at J. V. B. llovle's, 33 south Limestone street IImd. .iit,a ar nil 1h mew nml .1. V. H. Hovle A Co . south Linictome street, have a great assortment. nn. . ail Phrlolmnii nriPiits st ltofnian 1..IJ J, III. v... .... ,-- .. - .- r1. a far....! nle. "V mi ran buv at nrivate stle or at auction. All goods guaranteed lirst-clas-. Grand display of novelties for the holl- das at J V. B. HoIeV, Ss south Lime stone street. llnnM KailnmllMl h nHfllPS wllO TteCt to be benelited b mi-representing our goods. for ever aniiie go navo is uii-cisb. ui man A Co , forced -ale jewelers. Call earl and see the great bargains of fered In desirable milliner at J. V. B HoIe's, rS south Limestone street. fan Hnnille o(ic. Commencing Sunda. Dec 12th. the old reliable Pan Handle will put ou a free chair car between Springheid and St. Louis. This car will leave the Pan Handle station at 4-10 p. m. every da id the year, and arriv ing will reach Springheid ever morning at 10:20 a. in. Tr us on a trip Ut St. Louis and the west. Svm Dom, T-i Agent. Brass gmi- u . -J. V. B. Hole A Co , south Limestone street, have a great assortment lTnfmin A. Co 's auction sale continues afternoon and evening until all goods are di-posed of. NoCurr.Nol'ay Tbe terms "Never despair" and "While there's life there s hope" are the mottoes of it. irnf.i.,n 'Trpaic his nntiPTiLs to cure them, and uses without prejudice or regard . .. 11..-,, !.-.... . Ill n..- fnr srlioois or ' lavns wnaic.ci n -- complish that result. A man of 25 years successlul experience, oiisiiimiiuun m person or b mail free to all. rennanenuy atory and dispensar at 111 South Market street, uours a a. iu. to ii. m. a a II Q f" TObu vourChrist YY tilC. nias l'resents Is the A.....il.n nf Ihp il.H'. 'I lint is pail soUfil afti r ou have seen the stock of toilet and holidav art'cles at Art. Iiakhaus A Co.'s. Ever thing marked down to bed-rock fig It Is an acknowledged fact, by a multi tude of experienced witnesses, that Dr. Teague's Great Medicated Air iniiaient Hcniedvwill positively cure catarrh, asth ma and all bronchial and pulmonary affec ttic fn nlmrwt eerv Instance. Xo mode of treatment so conv cnlent or effei tual. A trial Issunicient to conv luce tlie most sKejr tical of Its wonderful merits. Call for cir culars. For alo by M. W. Webb A Co , Arcade drug store. TH LITTLE TY -WITH AIX THE BEAUTIFUL AND REALISTIC SCENERY, MAGNIFICENT CAST, Complete Powerful Chorus, Gorgeous Costumes and a MISHIT COM PftNY IF SIXTY ARTISTS The only successful American Comic Opera ever received by an American Public. Secure Seats at C. H. Pierce & Co.'s Book Store. Reserved Seats, $1.00 and 75 Cents. admission, a.-c. ;oc a:vi HUFFMAN & RICHTER, TAILORS, INVITE INSPECTION. HEW FALL AND WINTER WOOLENS. No. 31 East Main Street. ROUSE NO- SO SOUTH aiABIiET STREET. HAM iNA:r tlieireltKant assortment of Iiollda goods. Just wliatou want for Christmas remem brances to menus. firand dipla of novelties for the Iioll da s at J. V. 11. Hole's. 3s south Lime stone street. Goods are Komg at ruinous prices at our auction sales every afternoon ana evening, K,.i .... .n't lmln It Thev must tro at some price. Hofmau & Co . -!" -uth Lime stone street. SEALS Are going. One more $85 SACQUE Genuine Alaska London Dyed. CAPS AND 6L0VES ROBES, Mufflers and Scarfs FOR HOLIDAYS. SATIN SUSPENDERS Sllier and Gold Haad'ed UaiCBREI-iI-iA-S. T. Wl. Gugenheim LOTS OF SHAM The world is full of them. Sham people, sham houses, sham clothes. Do you ever think of it ? We do, when ..m oan foil- innlinn fluorpnnt nr .Quit turner! nut of a wo ace a tail luumiiy kiki uui -. -...- --- -- high-priced establishment, and after a few days' wear commences to show up how illy it has been constructed, seams up, buttons come off, binding wears out (it looks for all the world like a man who has lived a rapid life and is old before his time), and we naturally think what a sham the clothing business is, as conducted by some of our high-toned competitors who charge enormous prices. Have you ever had such an experience and has the thought ever come to you that that is not the way to build up a reputation for honest clothing and fair deal ing? Selling shams. Do you buy for good looks or good wear? . . . Our aim is to sell only such clothing as will give genuine satisfaction, so that you will come again and gladly tell your friends that for sterling worth and low prices combined, the proper place is here. E 29 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET. GIFTS FOR ANYTIME BRASS SETS, BRASS HODS, CARVERS IN AND OUT OF CASES, PEARL, IVORY AND PLATED TABLE CUTLERY, " tf COAL. VASES, FIRE IRONS. HENRY C. WISEMAN, FISHER BLOCK. IE LONDON CLOTHIH COMPANY HOLIDAY GOODS! CHAS. LUDLOW & CO., as EAST 3H.A.T2S- STKEBT, Have purchased a line of Holiday Specialties, that for Style, finish and price cannot be found in any other store in Springfield. DON'T FAIL TO EXAMINE. THE ZFHi-A-OE TO BTJ"5T HOLIDAY PRESENTS .A.T TILE XOAVIEST MIOES Having 'decided to continue only certain branches of my business, I offer my entire stock, consisting of Gents' and Ladies' Gold and Silver Watches, a full line of all kinds o Jewelry, Lace Pins, Ear Rings, Finger Rings, Ladies' Gold and Dia mond Collar Buttons, Sleeve But tons, Gents' Scarf Pins and other novelties. Bracelets at half their value; Gold Spectacles and Ey8 Glasses, Gold Headed Canes, GOLD PENS, PENCILS AND TOOTHPICKS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. SOME AT COST AND BELOW COST. Rogers Bros.' 1847 Triple Plated Knives and Forks at $3 per dozen ROGERS BROS.' A I TABLE SPOONS, $2 PER SET. TEA SPOONS, 90c PER SET. SHEC3IAL B-RGhA-IETS I2T XMLnVLCaSTDS. C. C. FRIED 6 EAST MAIN. CHILDREN'S RUBBERS, 15 C. MEN'S CLOGS, 35C. ZBTTX" xOTJ-tC CJ J. JX1D J- J-VJ-ea-K rj-.---- I A fi n n i ' ! i, I Schulte's Shoe Stores, 25 East Main St. and 15 West Main St. J- r. 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