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REPUBLICS, FRIDAY EVE3PTG, SEPTEMBER 23. 1887.
. "j. -k4 TEE BOSTON SHOE STORE, 9 East Main Street, will Always Sell at the Lowest Prices AND GIVE THE BEST GOODS. FALL GOODS ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY. CALL AND GET PRICES BEFORE BUYING. w- U. m -.5-4' J2'T ""i.S'. .a!i KIRKS DffllTt V"SeSCTVK9 BussiaN Tho culy bran.l of Laundry Soap awanlnl a lirt ci:w- luttlal at tho New Orleans K"iK-.tion. Guarait teod ab-oluMy mv, ami for neiicra! household ruini"- ii the very bes SOAR prina.ficll rpublit EfENLNH AMI WEEKLY: Tk KEPI"B!.ir rrll the e Tori od Wt m Jkuwlitrit Prw !iptrlif aid the Bratrr CaMe tf'orric") Trlrcram. C M XICHOLM. rRKS!DKT. THUS. J. IIROWX, SIC'VAMI.TKIAS. SNIIGFIEL9 Publit POBLISHIHE CDHPtlT. and Proprietor. rHK KTEX1NO KKrl'lU.u: i published eerreTn1oeipt SndT. and It de!l red t tee rate al 19c. per week. BIoki copies 2c tHK WIEKLT RKlTnl.Tll It puMIlhei eTen' TbunidT. ant Is oneor the.tnosicom plete taiullT newpaprs !n the country elKht vaee. market complete. Repieti wlta new and mlscellani. tl per Tear InTarlablf casa la advance. All communication and eontrltmtiont ihoald be addressed to CurTO ! Nichols. dltor. and all business letter to Tauma U Baowa. manager. REPUBLIC UUILDIXG, SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. Telephone "So. sso. i'e are IwlrlittM to our r-teemeI friemK AW-wrs. .lame-. A. Keith .V Co.. new deal er, of Lincoln, Nebraska, for copies of llieir "UfiKhtl Ihittv State Fair llitllrtin" now in the third year of its publication durinc state fair uwk. It is a fine, hand some folio, ami well filled with brik para graphs and tastefull) -displayed advertise ment. Mr. J. A. and his brother Charles have several relathes here, and they once made a visit here, when they were small Ikijs and mighty lively ones. In the llul Irrfii wf find an Migrated advertisement for "Messrs. Huffman A Uiehter. tailors, at 1224 O street," and also very strong editorial paracTaphs allu line to tliem. Mr. Malt land, formerly of this citv. i now a pros perous business man in Lincoln. We are also Indebted to the Keith Brothers for a copy of a fine pamphlet entitled "Lincoln I Illustrated and Lincoln's Cronth," from which we see that Nebraska's capital has some new business buildings that would look ttell in Chicago or Springfield. We find the follow ine from the pen of j Hon. James ltotle, in the Cincinnati Cum- tnrrrtal Uoztllc: I Mr. .1 It Fanning. Secretary of the Ohio ! KepubMcan league. U preparing a ixtok i that will lie valuable and interesting. It will contain, among other matter, an au-1 thentic report of tho Toledo convention of 'Wliitsr the league, a roter or nu tne associate clutis and a portrait of flovemor Foraker, XEUIK GRANTS HOME. PRETTY WORLD PLACE WITH SURROUNDINGS. OLD Embarking f.r a Visit ti America Mr. Sarl.irl." ("litMrrn A Talk with llrr Concerning Her Thirteen Year Ites lileiire in I'nglnml. Hardly a cannon's shot from the dull English se.iirt of Southampton Mrs. Al Ceruon S.irtoris (Nellie Crunt) lites. On the opjKisiie side of the riter from tho stragglint; outlines of this old town she has a charming summer home. It is it delightful place, not only for its mistress and master, but for its complexion and associations. One afternoon recently, as the Dutch steamer from Bremen drew Into the waters of the Ilamble, which wash the ncres of this striking alxsie, Mrs. Sartoris put out in a mttlioat to lxiard it. She was accompanied by the elder Sartoris, w ho bade her an affectionate farewell as she reached the deck of the ship. Here was an eniliarkatioii at one's own door, and it was the lieginuingof Nellie ("rant's llrst trip to America in two years. VI tian, her eldest daughter mid second child, sails with her. She is a lvautiflll girl, the image of her mother as she can 1 recalled when she first entered the House when her father became president. Algernon, her eldest son, is nniv n lior of 1(1 tcirs old: the little irirl with some remarks by his excellency on the I, vh ,11.s"wi.i1 .., to America is 8. and efficiency of republican clubs. As an evi-, K tlic ,.,, u o. An interesting of the development of party organi-, liu!e ,, . ,tlHTand children make. lie unique and sirniheant. ut )ift ls ,lu. ,.,,, klloW!t ull,i clear iiroof of the great ' r. ., ,,. ,1... i,,,.,.:... ,ir. ,.,., ini.irrm.i dence zatlon it will It will alford lienetit tlie league lias lieen in fo' tering the organisation of permanent clutw. I With the exception of Pennsylvania, no state in the union can compare to Ohio in the matter of well-established permanent republican chilis. It is well to bear in mind j that there are dangers to lie avoided, but . the plan of the I,eacue is based upon con- servatism and iroersulordiiiation to party i discipline. In other words, the League is intended to ho. and is. an aid to the regular ' party machinery, not a substitute for it j "Eighty-seven," a new book by Mrs. Al-1 den, "Pansy." in honor of the Chautauqua 1 class of 1SS7, is one of her best and strong-1 the even tenor of the Sartoris home. There are Ityde Esplanade and Southsca, two famous summer places along the lieacb like our Far Itockattny, and nil within easy sight or sail of the quiet place towanls which I hope to direct the reader's attention. Nellie (Irnut is the ini-stress of this home now, for the elder Mrs. Sartoris is dead. The master is the father of the singular son who married this splendid American girl, who so worthily bore a great name. The bus Kind, having large interests in Wales, is rarely at home, and the father devotes himself to the care of his son's children mill til wife's Illumines. Tlu i'lilir Siir. est works. It illustrates the trults of the j t(iri Ua mall of citreand relinement. Chautauqua reiding circle work very cor- . devoted to music, painting and literature, rectly and forcibly and the moral tone of 'He lias means, and not only surrounds the book is excellent The wenes. are laid. I iimK with a home air of art mid re . . ,, . r.i . 11 v v 1 1 linement, but with those who ileal in the principally, at Chautauqua and in Newlork j Bnor tou',K,s of eL,,tence- ,, ,,.,,., City, and a young man and young woman , ,.,,,. lives inim atmosphere of the higher whose education and success in lhe are the I order. FIIDU EVENING. SETEMBER 23.1887. BEPUBLICRN STATE TICKET. lioTernor. J. 11. F0KAKE1L Lieutenant Uovernor. W. C. LYO.V. Supreme Judge (long term). WM.T -U'EAR. Supreme Judge (short term). F.J.DICKMAS. UteAudlt1r. K.W.l'OE. State Treasurer. J.C. BKOW.V. Attornry Oeneral. i). K. WATSON. Member Hoard Public Works. C. A. FLICKING Ell. llth Senatorial District. For State Senator. T1I05. A. COWMILL. BEPUBLICSN COUNTY TICKET. ttepreaentatlTe, GEORGE C. RAWLINS. Probate Judge. JOHN C. MILLER. Auditor, O P. SEKVISS Clerk. JAMEa 11. RABBITTS. Recorder. S. A. TODD. Commissioner. W.H.STERKETT. Inilrmary Director. JOHN M. STEWART. Coroner. J. M. BENNETT. results of Chautauqua's influence, graduate together, on I'ecognition day, in lh7, are married on the same dav, and have baked potatoes at their wedding feast. All Chau tauquansshouldhatetliebook, aud they can obtain it of Mr. II. 11. Otis, 2SS Main street, Buffalo, New York. What is the matter tt ith the dem ocratic journalists of the country? !ov- I of flowers, shriibl:ry and shade ernor Foraker went to Philadelphia, nut traveled walks lead in and out be on no aits, quietly attended to his own busi ness courteously saluted the president and The farm is ample, well laid out and cultivated. The house is an old building, witli two centuries of history about it. The proprietor has added some new fea tures to the architecture of the main building, aud it i ample now to house the great troop of friends w ho frequently come here to enjoy the good taste of the proprietor. There are acres and acres of lawn and pasture, and inanv more acres tween the rows of great trees, ttTilch run in every direction, and tasteful tlnu-er IimIs tint tlie whole s1otm from flu. offered his hand to Mrs. Cleteland. and has . lu)Ue , ,i,e rivcr. Tlie oIli fashioned not had a word to say because Mrs. Cleve- t primrose and pink, with other flutters so land folded her arms and stared at linn and well rememlierisl to dear old America, Mrs. Foraker. Now what is the demo cratic grievance against our governor.' It is this and nothing more: tlie crowd shouted for him louder than they did for the presi dent of IheViiKedStates. Foraker's spon taneous, voluntary "boom" was larger than the "boom" the politicians wers trying to work up for Cleveland. We hive rescu'd the state from bankruptcy and maintained and a.ltanced her credit to the highest point it has eter reached. We have largely reduced the public Donded debt: we hate cut down the Interest charge so as to make, each year.a sating on that account alone ot JTJiO; we hate stopped the decline of the aggregate of the personal propertyof the state on the duplicate for taxation: we have largely Increased that aggregate, and thus, by bringing new values on the duplicate, have reduced the burdens that prctlouslj retted on the land aud other visible property of the state. We have areatly checked tlie growth of local Indebtedness, and hare, bj taxing the liquor traffic, relieved the annual burdens of local taxation to the extent of S2.-a-njUun, We hate secured honest elections In all the cities, and we have once more given Cincinnati a creditable goternment and a good Dame. Gvrrmor Fvralrr' fiHiny $ir'th at CaUvrll. Mr. Win. Marot, market master, has got out of temper, and we are sorry for it. for a man generally does himself and other peo ple injustice when he loses his self-control. What kind of a market master Mr. Marot is we do not know, but we do know that the assault recently made uton him by a butch er was brutal and that tlie butcher ought to be severely punished. To make sucti an assault was no proper method of "getting eten." Mr. Marot is an old and true re publican and means to be a gocd citizen and a faithful officer. He appears at a dis advantage only when he gets angry. Mr. Mills denies that he was expelled from the Oberlin theological seminary. We do not know, of our own knowledge, that he was, and we take pleasure in withdraw ing tlie charge. Our reporter, got his in formation from a gentleman of the highest character, who was a student at the time Mr. Mills tired, recklessly, into a crowd of young men. at the risk of killing one or more, and who asserted that Mr. Mills was exjielled from the seminary'- In SL AVc'io'u. for October (Century Company. Union Square, New York), we find a splendidly illustrated article on "The Iavx Countries and tlie Itliine," by Frank 1L Stockton, with seteral other articles which are charming in tneniselves. and de lightfully set otf with beautiful pictures. THENEWS IN BRIEF. Jack Frost is behind time- Golden October is reaching out for us. Eastern democratic journalists must Le terribly afraid of Governor Foraker. Colored children are admitted to tlie "white schools" of Cumminsvllle. Cincin nati. General Bushnell declined to be inter viewed by Mr. Sam Johnson, of the Cincin nati CiuMlrcr. That tells the whole story'. Xenia now has two good daily pajiers the (Uizcttc in tlie evening, and the Tore'i- Vuiht In the morning. Everybody should take both. Judge Cooley admits that thvjiter-statc commerce law is not clear 011 Mime jioints. Will tlajudge advise tlie country whether It is clear on any poinL ScrWiicr, for Ocober, is a very fine Issue. The Illustrated article on "The Paris School of Fine Arts" and the article on "Tliacke- ray are both very attractive. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, are tlie pub lishers. All convicted murderers should be hantd. When a red-handed villain is de clared guilty by that fearful and wonderful institution, a modern American jury, there can be uo doubt that he ought to be choked to death, according to law. It Is evident that Governor Foraker has Titally injured our adipose administration, and also inflicted a fatal jab into tlie bowels of the democracy of the country'. He has done this, however, by simply acting the lrt of a patriot and a man. That is pre cisely what the administration and tho Bourbon democracy do not wish a citizen Jo do, 1 Ayoub Khan is reported captured on the Persian frontier. Michael Davitt embarked at Queenstowu for America yesterday. He was interviewed and gate utterance to sentiments that would soon have placed him behind tlie bars had he not left tlie country at once. Kase Kail Cincinnati 0, SL Iouis 0; !nuisvilleii, Cleteland 4: Brooklyn S. Ath letic 14; Baltimore i. Metropolitans 3; li- diana-iolis 2, Washington T; Washington 7. Indianapolis.!; Detroit '.. New York 0; Chicago 2, Boston 1; Logansport Stars 13. Columbia City 3: Mansiirld S. Zanesville 4; Kokomo 14. 1-afajette 4; Kalamazoo 10, Dayton 2. Editor William O'Brien's trial takes place at Mitchelstown today (Friday). Nation alists are assembling there in large num bers. Dillon and Harrington have pledged themselves that tliero will be no public meetings there during the trial. The resi dent magistrate has also forbidden any such meetings under the severest penalties. Na tionalist weekly papers publish reports of league meetings notwithstanding the pro hibition. Ksniniloii it. -l. 1.miii, ..in., in the Pop ular I'an Itanille K'mtr. On account of the twenty-first national encampment of tlie G. A. It., to be held in S Ijouis. tlie Pittsburg, Cincinnati aud St. I.iuis railway the iiopular Pan Handle route will sell excursion tickets to St. I.iuis ami return at the rate of one cent ! -r mile, short line distance, from Septein ber 2itli to 27th inclusive. These tickets will lie good for passage into St. Louis until September Sstli, aud returning from September 27th to Octolier 5th. 1SS7. By special arrangements original purchasers of these excursion tickets can hate the time limited extended until Octo ber 31st, which will afbird amide opportu nity to visit points in tlie west and south west Persons contemplating visiting SL Louis, during the encampment, should bear in mind that tlie Pan Handle route is the n'lnrt line to St. Louis, running day coaches and Pullman sleeping cars through without change. Kate. S7.W. 22 lr Special Notice Ohio anil Miasiftstptit. 85.00 SL Ixmisand return. The Ohio and Mississippi railway have opened up a ticket office at 72 Arcade and are selling tickets from Cincinnati to SL Imis and re turn for S5, good returning seven days. Also round trip tickets at low rates to points in Illinois. For full information apply at 72 Arcade. Tuos. A- Gaiuuan, Ticket AgenL For bargains in Anthracite coal go to Wheldon & Merrill, Grand opera house. garnish every part of tlie lawn mid are so guided that they make up quaint illustra tions of how beautifully colors may lie combined. Bowers of evergreens are here and there. Overlooking the waters there is one where trailing tines hate been guided over 1111 archway of wire and the climbing ivy lias lieen colored with a wealth of flowers, which peep out cun ningly from the dark green leat es of the climbing plant. This is Nellie Grant's musing place, and it is 11 good xint from which to study the history and surroundings of the place, l'rom it nil the busy life of the water eon lie observed. A little way off can lie seen the three mighty stationary batteries that look like great black sentinels frowning uponetery passerby most magnificent illustrations of ttie military iivcr of the United Kingdom. On the land great lines 1 if fortifications trend in every direction, and 1 have often wondered if, when look ing upon these evidences of military glory, this young woman eter recalled the great ness of her father nnd the mighty control he once exercised oter the lives of men and tlie fate of a nation. She cm see nnd muse upon English life ns it was and is, in its broadest phases, from this pretty arbor where the well is. "All this is lieautiful, but It Is aimless," said the mistress tome, f peaking of these wonderful sights nnd their romantic and dramatic history. "Sometimes I hardly know whether it is real or a dream, it is so different from anything you know of in America: yet I hate grown very fond of this delightful country anil theseplcas nnt customs. It is thirteen years since I came to England to live, but time lias passed so swiftly that it does not seem so long. Naturally I think a great deal about the United States, for nil my family arc there, nnd no matter what change's one makes in life, thoughts of our nntite land will frequently crowd into our reflec tions. My recollections of my early home in America are very dear to me, but yet the responsibilities of Littr life bring their reward as well. My girlhood life .was delightful, nnd etcry one in America was exceedingly kind to me. I think I inherited my father's dislike for jxilitics, for, although I went into tlie White House u girl, I never took any interest in Iiolitical conditions, and I have followed the same rule since I have been in Eng land. "I do not recall many of the ladies who were leaders in Washington society when my father was president, for I was too young to know them intimately, and girl associates of my ow 11 nge were not numer ous. How- wonderfully things have changed since those days. "But these are reflections in which I ought uot to indulge. I hate new respon sibilities in these new days. You spoke about the condition of women in England. Tt is somewhat different here than in America; but you must reineinlier tne la dies ns-ume more self reliance here than American women know. They are reso lute, full of good health, are fond of exer cise and take to tlie sorts of the field with tlie men. They do not expect the attention which American women demand; yet I thiuk English ladies are treated with courtesy as real aud substantial as the wo men of any other country. There may not be quite so much obsequious courtesy shown fliem, but in those elements of uss(K?iatioii which really tend to make up one's hap piness there is ns much attention paid women in England as anywhere in the world. It is an old country and its cus toms arc well established. There Is not tlie tithe of ceremony that most people think, and there is a great deal to com mend in what American women find strange nt first, but would very soon fall into." Frank A- Burr's Letter in Xetv York World Wliat Key Wet Looks Like. The key has nlyiut as much shape as a camel, mid in .1 general way lies east and west nod contains nliout six square miles. It is as flat as a shingle, the highest point being nliout fourteen feet .above the mean sea level. To the casual visitors it looks as though the sea, particularly in n storm, would submerge tiiis insignificant rise, but it fs a matter of record that it never has done It. Tlicci.'y proper cover the western end of tho key, and it was, pre vious to tlie great lire of March ;!0, I8S0, very densely settled, anil nliout as un American looking as could ttell bo imagined, bearing n strong resemblance to a West India town. The houses arc of wixxl nnd quite plainly built. There are, I think, only four or live brick buildings, andVcrt.iinly not more than six. The streets are of tery good width, tolerably straight nnd passably- clean. Tlie roadw ay is coral rock. There is no soil to speak of; what passes for soil is triturated coral, tery rich in phosphates and making an excellent fertilizer, but by itself deficient In fat To garden one must use a pick rather than n hoe. Very few vegetables are grown here and vege tation is confined mainly to cocoauut trees. Here nnd there can lie seen n pino or an Alexander or a star of India or a royal poncana; a few mullierry and prickly asli trees and poiwnack bushes. Flowers and flowering shrubs grow in abundance. Its Delicacy ot Flatnr And the efficacy of its action have rendered the famous California liquid fruit remedy. Syrup of Figs, immensely popular. It cleanses and tones up the clogged and fe terish system, aud dispels headaches, colds and feters. Fifty-cent ami one-dollar bot tles for sale at Casper's drug store. Open for Ilus, ncsn. The Bee Line is nnwoiH-n for business to all principal whits west, and will sell through tickets to Kansas City. Atchison, St. Joseph, la'avenworth, Omaha, Council Bluffs and all southwestern points. Bag gage will also be checked through to desti nation. Don't have any fears about miss ing connection. Wo get there just the same. We are eighty-five miles tlie longer line to St. luis (in the mind of a rival agent only). The special train for Mitchell tsist and the department commander will leave Springfield at 4 n. 111. Monday. Sep temlier 2ii, arriving at St. liouis early the next morning, the entire train to run through without change. 1 lie time ot tlie return tickets will be extended to October It for all who desire. This will enable all who wisii to go farther west to still use their cheap ticket for the return trip. For full information regarding the trip see tlie com mltteeof Mitchell liost A. O. Huffman, IL F. Delo. J. W. It. Cllne and Colonel Stewart. Tickets will be on sale at the Bee Line depoL Gkoiuik II. KXKillT. 222b Ticket Agent, St. Lnuls anil Itrlurii. If ymi will stop to consider that the I. B. .v: W. route, between Springfield and SL Louis and return, has better accommoda tions, makes much better time and is posi lively N" miles shorter than the route ad- tertised by our competitor, you will at once arrive at the conclusion that the I. B. .V is the route to take. Train leaving Spring field at 7 a. in. arrives at SL I -on is the same evening, and the train leaving Spring field at .i:l.i p. m. will enable you to reach St. 1.0ms the next morning. 223t A Cakd. To all who are suffering from errors and indiscretions of youth, nervou' weakness, early decay, loss of manhood etc, Itvill send a receipt that will cure you free of charge. 1 tits great remedy wpf diseotered by a missionary in South Amer ica. Send self-addressed envelope to L'ev Joseph T. Iuuian, Station 1). New Yorl City. JVA1.I. IIEAKTS LM rj BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. A I Lm uUr WMtituL Quunplin'a IfM mm liquid Pe&rl u it - liU W Y-k dr-fHJftfrM tw m BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. C.1 . OUNTBB8B, DIJTiL riELOtd. Rooms bkt. Mitchell Block. T A. LB WIS, t Dimrr, S. K. Cor. Main aud Market Sta. W.H smiTH, mu or achiio TtrTH cirru withoct ri I. Ifaionlc Building. JOB PRINTERS. HB. LI.MIIOCKKK, 55 nd 57 Arcade. Priat 1 er. Engraver and FasnlonaMe Stationer. Weddlngg ods and catling cards a specialty. A Thlngof Beauty. The new vestibule Pullman Buffet cars which run from here to Chicago and back, over the Pan Handle line. Is the finest tiling ever seen, in its way, in Springfield. The passages from one car to anotln r are like halls in a house, affording absolute protection. Each car Is provided w ith a buffet, provided with ample creative com forts, with electric bells, and with every comfort and convenience one could desire. The car leaves here in the afternoon for Chicago, and leaves there In the evening for Springfield, and the charge is only S2 each way. Excursion tickets to SL Louis and return via the 1. I). &. W. are good going on all regular trains from the 24th to the 2Sth in clusive, and good returning until October 31st if desired. .Fare fare the round trip 37.90. 224 1 I WM. J. MOORE, ACCOUNTANT. Hooks Posted. Trial Balances made, and llHdly Kept Accounts properly adjusted. All work ctrefully and correctly done. References giveu. Address POST-OFFICE BOX NO. 156, SI'KIXGim.I). OHIO. HEADQUARTERS UNDERWEAR ! Red Flannel, White Flannel, Gamers Hair, Heavy Balbriggan, Merino. LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF MEDIUM UNO HEAVY - WEPT 0VERSHIRTS AND UNDERSHIRTS IN THE CITY. SULLIVAN, THE HATTER, T-iGOlTID-A. HOUSE BLOCK TAKE YOUR CHOICE Elegant, Stylish Suits for Young Men, Frock or Sack, Substantial Cassimeres and Fine Plain Worsteds for Men, Frock or Sack. IMMENSE STOCK OF OVERGDATS! Covering about all sizes, qrades and styles, best in the city. I have also an immense stock of Suits at Five and Six Dollars ; SPECIAL BARGAINS. Fifty Cassimere Suits at Eight Dollars, sell elsewhere at Twelve. Do not fail to see those handsome Children's Suits at $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4. I guarantee my prices to be the lowest, and stand by this promise, no matter what o'her dealers may claim. "T33-E3 OLD 1 ONE PRICE CORNER ISjOLAJlIT JLNTD MARKET IBLIAB H.-E2" CLOTHIER, STS. SALE AUCTION SALE ! AUCTION SATTJRDA7, SEPT. 24, 1 P. M., s Of the old Thornton Homestead on South Spring Street, located next to the new Government Building, with a frontage of Seventy-two feet on Spring Street, and a depth of Ninety-nine feet with a side alley the entire length. This site, next to the new Postoffice, isoneof the Finest Business Locations in the city, and the purchase will be a FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT! TERMS : One-third down, one-third in one year, one-third in two years. SALE POSITIVE. AMOS WOLFE, - - O-A-Aff-EIS FOLEY, AUOTIONHH1 COCA WINE! A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIG0RAT0R. Benefiicial in General Debility, Exhaustion, and just the thing to help you through the hot weather. Large bottles, $1. CHARLES LUDLOW & CO., Pharmacits, 55 East Main Street. JOHN H. WILSON, MERCHANT THE. M NOS. 26 AND 28 EAST MAIN STREET. New line of Fall Goods just opened, and the largest stock to select from. All qoods first-class and complete satisfaction assured. FINE GOODS. FINE FITS AND FINE STORE. WHEN YOU WANT COAL OF ANY KIND, GO TO WHELDON & MERRILL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX HAT! FINEST OX EARTH. ONLY AT T. G UGEI M 'S M-flLlKT OPFIOHj GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TELEPHONE 276. BRANCH OFFICE AND YARDS: CORNER WASHINGTON AND MECHANIC. Telephone 254. DON'T WAIT! tOME AT ONCE! BRUCE, HAUK & CO.'S GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE! Hundreds of men's Sack and Frtck Suits, open or to button, high, round or square cut, bound er double stitched edges, cut high, medium or low. These suits, made to sell at $15, $17, $20 and $22, will be slaught ered this week at $8, $10. $12, $14 and $15, in Blue cloths, plaids, checks stripes, etc. Suits for business marked down to $5, $6, $7 and $8. SLAUGHTER ID BOYS' CLOTHING ! Children's $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Knee Pants School Suits, reduced to $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.25. Children's $4, $5, $6 and $7 Suits, reduced te $2.50, $3 and $4. The Biggest, Most Palpable Hit of the Season. BRUCE, HAUK & CO., POPULAR CLOTHIERS, 17 AND 19 HIGH ST. AND ARCADE. PmcmSj . - TT-mil ua .nrwutets alaivo pro-ortioni kiaft.oz itnoratMica ita inwi r init.nwnmriwTrmf mliMiTh rr cud ?&. SEMINAL PASTILLES, A HcUCmfopHefTOolb4it7,Orraq!o VMkfieMRadfJhyirrat lcar la Tnnsorllii llLa Intd VrJL TntmA fnvrUhtYMN in ft UoqB&aieiM tfier absolotoly rettc-n r-xeaufcudr um ud liiiifcii Anmn mjm tAtsf fell inlaTinntflT m- -rr. -- -!;i.7 r iTr s -zi'Wr ir luua i iforown'iifli B-riln or too ( IadmlMOML mi that yoa m&& tw nruwttfcaUftiiMnof fortRoblKadaecOT , UXPAOKAnBFRKawlihlUut'dPHDpbWUNi. RUPTVRKO PERSONS Mil hwm FM 6rfDrttotJvfciM,i all Quack k-Lom only aim itomewd tliirio ItuM. TieabUKRJUlKXTthaiBAS ctertaad fU MaalrStnaath Ta IhAMahAMffa Knw f S nin r.1 to-oaxhtaboa by ladlticntiaa.Er-'Onnw wan vr too p- imbihbw ItaramM .bSCQTVdil anwOfr IIHIU With Jiffcn th buamtfa. or mum mIi ertoronfc&wBfa m ny it Faoad Kwnsca meaicmi principle, bj ame licMtoo to th mt o I (Laravr id vpaetlt neia felt without dUr. Til mlMil of tha himwji omatmi rtftrnt Taw naaatinf; tltnnti of Uf ar ft bath, th mtkat -V tTl-iilin 1 iii11jriini Hull Tiafrt iilialw TOATtlTr-atXP.TItJiwlIaTHW HARRIS REMEDY CO.. r.Cfttisff S06MV.Tanth8tnaa.BT.ZXlDXB.ltQ. TrtalofourAppJianoa Afc for Totim! DON'T BTJ-y YOTTR FURNITURE UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S NEW STORE. 74 W. MAIN ST. Don't fail to step in and set fsr ytursslf. 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