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' ' . -t v - "','..l'i'':""':'?r.'V' . "' V --.,'-? 3sSteiSsi rmmmimwmmmmmmmmmmmmm ' ',0 rl-2i'-rz'" i - tP -H! T ' m" 1 1 IV . -.2?s. L. .. IBBiivSRS? MTgyggT " 7iz2fe'. -. 'an ' slab-- mmmmmmmmmmm ' '., M5P .j -.'las, s ik ,:;! -.f -Ail . , H-SB V i. BASKETS! Ken lot just opened. Lunch and Traveling Basket', Fancy, Medium and Cheap Ask to see the new Rush Bankets. Latest Out h-v BAHSAIN STORES. 1 and 93 WVst Main St. and 0 SnUIU. ket St., Springfield, O. HATS! HATS! All the Ltadint; Fall Styles mt Price that Fleate. llatter and Furnisher. 5 Eist Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FKBE ADVF.BTISIHG. 0 iV AXD AFTER Today the Sprtngfleld Dial lUrmLic will Insert sucn -aas as n aau T.nt.""l.-or Hnt" "For Sale." etc In t&U column one time tree, three times tor twenty JlTe cents, and six times for nftrcenu. TUK SPEIHUF1KLD PUB. CO. MayS3.1SS7. WANTED. WAXTED Two bright, active boys, about 14 years old, at the District Telephone of flcoatonce. sla WAXTED-Clerks and mechanics to know that night school opens October 3d. Tut tlon: Writing. S10: arithmetic spelling and writing. Sl; bookkeeping, arithmatlc and writing. -i". Oue-half down, balance 1n week ly or monthly payments. Nelson Business lol lege. Arcade. SZUm w AX TED To rent a house of 4 or 5 rooms by a yoang couple. Address isoxau- WAXTIiD-A reliable man to npreseui ur nurseries In this section. Something nnunAi). Ohs.i. H. Stuart A Co.. noraeri- men. Newark. New York, established JSJlili. VJ 7ASTKU All kluds of clothes wringers to I reoaltt' called for and deUTered: erdsss by mall Tfomptly attoodod to. ti. M--Miller. 164 West Main. FOR SALE FIR 5ALE-One second-hand phaeton In cood repair. Will be sold at a bareain it old sooj. Xo. 4! south Yellow, Springs street. ; 31 FJll SVLKd acres ot Improved Hand In Clark county, to trade for a house and lot tnSrriuKaelJ.U. John H.Johnson, aat FOR. SALE Two splendid driving horses; perfectly gntle. Call at v.uce. W.J. Pat terson. 1X1 west Pleasant st. Sb FOB SALE FARM ISO acres. 5 miles south oflwvton.il.: two comDlete seta of farm bulldine; excellent tobacco land. Call on or address A. 1.. Clarke. J or o Arcane uumuiuk, Sprtncfleld.Ohio. SlSmt FOR RENT. nnR RENT House of five rooms, pantry, " cupboards and wardrobes, tide porch, grate asd parlor, yard to iiseu. niierca ciiiera w ler. bvdrant water, good out-houses, excellent neighborhood. Kent, 10 In advance. In quire of Fred. Ilartstone. "'iajette" oface. T'OK KENT 1 have five small houses ol four A' and nte rooms lor rent cheap, muutreoi Miin Vfl. 1. ljifrtni!i block bulldlnc. (iCO. H. Coles. 2t fl.liL i:l.. 1 lloue of rlgut rotms. 1U Ifood P repair. within tto squares of the postofllec. For further particulars, see or address. J. E. JleIeinnKer.2pnugnew. u. au FJK RENT A nice house of Ave rooms on .tlaple street. Call soon. Possession Im mediately. 2Tt FOR RENT Two. three or four furnished rooms for housekeeping, centrally located. Preference required Address S. S.. this office. FjK KENT From one to lour rooms, cen trally located, with first class accommoda tions; rent Cheap; noueDUtgooa usyingten ant need apply. Inquire ol Thos. Saarpe. MONEY TO LOAN. UrnXEV TO LOAX-Insumsof 500 to 17.000, JH. on ttree to fire years' time, en first mort gage or approved eommerdal caper. Oeonte 11. voles. room .no.i uswds aaa niuwag. X. V. VK OSMiN, . D. a. s. noccx. u. p. DR!. il lOMIM & HOUSE Physicians and Surgeons. OfOee, Xo. 3 Mitchell Itlock. KMtdaae. Xo. 14S High, at Offlce Hours: 10a.m. to 12 m. lp.m. to S p. n and evenings. 5 LOTS -AT ox Next Saturday, AT 2 O'CLOCK P. X. Thase lots are siluated nee r Lagonda avenue, opposite tl e Co lgregational Chapel. TERMS : Ten dollars on day Tsale; one-third when deed is g'ver, and one-third each year thereafter until paid. SALE POSITIVE. H.M. SHEPHERD AUCTION! Hi J1S. F0LET, Asetlattcr. ssc n l For KlMnsat?autirul. Mack Glossy Polish to the burut nal tatted tr red FIRE GRATES AND FENDERS Or other portions of the fire place. Tills makes It look new and bami.onie. lir. t'a.per outs In up In IV ami 2T bottles, or sold In bulk. Also, the err best CARBURET STOVE POLISH, For polishing Stores. Urates ami Kances. It makes no smell and dues thenork beau tifully and with little labor. Price, l(c per cake, or 3 for -c. All for sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, risaar'sBlotk. Matasttwt,3rt Door Wast f Z.lmMtone.9prtiixfild. DOMINO KVKNTS. Black's. Thursday evening, Septem. ber 2lt. Haverly's mammotli minstrel com pany, 45 strong. Black'. Friday evening. September 30. The famous emotional star, Hubert B. Mantel). In his new play. "5Ionbars." Gkami. Saturday. October 1, "A Cold Day: or. The Laplanders." Grand Monday, October 3. John K. Ward. LOCAL BREVITIES. Warden E. G. Coffin, of the Old U In the city today. "pen. The Kate Castleion company went to Columbus this morning. Signor Kicio. tha harpist, goes to Marys ville this evening to play. Elder O. 1. Boss has returned from the . t i." ..,. , ik.i A. ..U. Ij. lUUlCimLC HI irtlHnair. . I Mrs. E. M. Munger and mother left this morning via the Uee Line for New York. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Topeka, Kansas, are at Mr. Iluford's on their wedding tour. Viola Dickey was station-housed last night for drunkenness and disorderly con duct. The Ohio Southern railroad will run a special train to the Greenfield fair on Oclo bxiHIiandTth. Superintendent Van Tassel, of the Ohio Southern, returned last night from a trip through the west. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Jackson entertained a number ot their frieuds at their residence oa north Yellow Springs Mreet, la-t even- in?. Miss Kjse Hunt of Cleveland, who his b'en the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Sy min for several days, returned to her home today. Is now with us nd advices all those w ho are not fixed with an OVERCOAT . "ii TJiscall on J. W. rhnilps.-V.i Kast Main Street, and have one put up to order, lie .has all the lal Styles In goods and will put them up second to no one In the city, from S20 up. Don't fail to find the right place. I. W. PHILLIPS, 29 EAST MAIN SIKEET. OL M GRAND, ARTISTIC and POPULAR-PRICED THE LONDON CLOTHING Proposing to keep the lead which they have always held among the Clothiers of Springfield, we have gone most extensively into the designing and manufacture of a line of Overcoats, which, for magni tude and style is far beyond anything ever attempted in the city. We have given particular attention to the Fit of our Overcoats, and to arrive as near to perfection as we could, withal keeping the price within tie limits of strict economy, has been our constant aim. How well we have succeeded, we leave the public to judge and appreciate. YOU SHOULD 5EE OUR TEN DOLLAR OVERCOATS FOR MEN. MENS OVERCOATS FROM $2.00 TO $50.00. THE Marriott Irvla PlerTer In this olty. September 27, by Kev. A. Wilkinson. 1). I)., Mr. Uaae W. Irvln and Mis Kali? l'leffer. Mr. Lemuel Jones Is the happiest of the hippy today. It U a young lady and pulls down nine lHiunds. Mother and child are doing well. An old-fashioned spelling match will be !.-.... ... .i..s .... t-. ir....i ..r M-....I i K.".. o, ,.,.-,,..., ,.r,.,.o- ...,. wt ""- ers at the Second llaptlst churcli tonight, All are invited to attend. Admission free. Married On the evening if the "JSth lust., at the home ot the bride, '.".2 south Gallagher street, by the Kev. Dr. (iotwald, Mr. Win. K. Johnson to Sliss Ix)ti Ellis, both of this cltv. Married -On the evening of the 2Sth insL, at the home of the bride, 'J4U Clifton street, by the Kev. I)r. Gtwald, Mr. Win. 1). Snvder, of 5ledford, Carroll county, Maryland, to Miss Susie Cost, ot this city. Mr. J. I.. Laiinon, of this city, yesterday received a telegram from Washington C. II., announcing the death there of his brother. Mr. Jack l.vinon, from hasty con sumption. The deceased was an excellent nun and was well-known to many in tills city. Mr. J. I,. Lannon is in Washington attending the funeral. A 8x1 Incident. To the Editor ot the Itepubllc: We bvg leave to state that the funeral of D.inilnem. the six-year-old son of Kosarla K)selli. wa not conducted In a proper and Chrltiai spirit. When the friends arrived at the St. Kaphael cemetery the sexton had just commenced to dig the grave, and the distracted parents had to wait in the dri lling rain to see their darling's narrow home made. When they tried to lower the corpse the grave was still too small, aud more dig ging had to be done. Again the coffin was lowered, but th grave was too narrow by half a foot, and then the grave diggers tried to stamp it down with their feeL Ths ago- i""11 f.nvi.. wumiiiumi. ...-. iiu iinici! nued parents could endure this no longer, They took the remains of their darling away where they could be given a respeeta ble burial. We wi-h to exonerate Sir. Gross, the un dertaker, from all blame, as he had the box at the cemetery in time to have the grave dug before the corpse arrived. The parents were compelled to put the remains in a car riage and the hu on top and take them to 1-Vmcliff, where a ipiiet resting place was found for their darling. The parents and friends desire to thank Mr. Gross nnd other friends who were kind to them during the sad aflliction. Vl.NOKN'ZK PcrCIAltKM.I, MlCllKI.K DlTAItK. No Apparent Cntuprniise. To the Editor of the Republic: The statement in a local paper of the '-Sth that Ih- diaiculty at Yellow Springs over the miMeJ school question was drawing to an end was a mistake. There has been no decision made by the board whatever. There is to be a meeting held tonight by the colored people to determine what is the next best tiling to do. The is only one way to settle the matter satisfactory to the eol- ored people, and that Is to open the union school nod give thorn their rights. It seems strange that the board of education at Yel low Springs does not district the town and let the children in the union school district ?ttend that school, and those in the district where the colored school building is attend that school. That would be a sure and quick adjustment of the whole difficulty. I.VTKltr.sTKK l'Airrv. The IIIr Six Will CoutMI. The big celebration incident to the open ing of the water works at Xenia will be held on Saturday, and a great time is an ticipated. The bartd -contest will be one of the principal features. A prize of SUM is offered for the best'band and SAO for the second best The Big Six has decided to enter th contest, and the probabilities are that Springfield will take that S100 prize. Wife of Living Skeleton I'm mighty glad jou've come. Henry. 1 think the cat has crawled up the stovepipe. Won't yon please go in and see. LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY lUBTUBIIO, THtfHSDAY EVENING. SEPTElBBtt 21). UNCLAIMED LETTEHS Itruintnlni; Inllie I'oslonlra al Srln(ltld, Ulllo, BrpOlilber'Ja, IHH7. 1-IMkSTIC Allison. K F McCoy. John .MeCov.JT VlbauKb, Ilrouiih Amlerson. .Mis Kose llarr. Ml .Mscitie baker. Miss Klla Taylor street ltlack. Alice .May lluyle. Mrs .Minnie Mathews. Charles Mutton. Joseph Marshall, V P .Mllander. M II Miller. Jesse Morcan. Miss Louise Mueller. Karl Owen. Noble Pearson. Mrs Ida IVnu. II i; PMfer.Mlss Anns ifroocks. j; llroocks, Jacmi rtradlcy.Mrs H,.trr Calllsson. A I arroll. win Coon. J I! "hlrCo. wyer. Mr IieToe. V M IMlle. Alei liunu. Aleck X IMlswortli. llarrr Klenrer. Miss (Irace (iosup. Mr 2!t Kast street dray. John Creen.Mtss Klla iSreanney. Dennis Hall Coal To. Hayes. Mrs A llenpensiall. W I, llewettWlllle Hick. Hatld Hiitehluson. Fred Hurley, Ben Jolinsun. jun.. S J Johnson, Key. I W KI.!d.MrsT VS Koch. .Mrs Kitiina Pomeroy. M Ittse. Mrs l.lbble Kodeker. P amlers.S K. anclie, lr II S'roeh A Snyder Scott, Miss 11 Smith. John Smith, i! II Smith, Mis Kate .-mlth. 1. 1) Smith. Martin N Snyiler, leo H" SnTder. C M Sulder, Chas D .spears. S Mine. Miss Annie Taylor. Mrs llettle Tboniss.llcorge Vho Ileventer. Ilr A (2) Wallace. I r Frank O Welsh. m Mood. .Miss M M Vt cite. Mrs SE Kvle.JI Logan, Davlo lORFlC.S. Johnston. Mrs Thos Willy, John KETl'RS. Barnes. I, (1 Ferguson, K II Curry. Ira Williams, Mrs Sadie Persons calling for these letters will please say "advertised." ami gtve date of list. If not called for In one month they will be seut to the Head Letter OSlce. Letters must be directed to street and num ber In order to hae them promptly and cor rectly delivered. Jauks Johsson. Postmaster. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Lord Landsw one's largest tenant has re deemed his holding on the judicial adjust ment of his rent. Others will do likewise. ltase Hall. Cleveland :t, Ixmisville a; Detroit 7. lndianaisilis :.: rittsburg(5, Chi-, cago S (ten innings); Chicago 4. 1'ittsburg 1 (six innings); Kalamazoo 4. ilanslieid .1. ' I A strike In the woolen mills of Louisville has ended by the old hands returning to work under an agreement to sever their connection with the Knights of Labor, wha ordered the strike. Under the administration plan of buying bonds about S2S.000.0UU has been release! from the treasury. It will take 55,000,000 to satisfy the sinking fund, and the offer of the treasury has nine days to run. One ot a gang of burglars convicted at Princeton. In.L. just betore sentence com municated to the court that she was a woman. She had been masquerading in male attire for three years. She was sen tenced to the Female K;fonnatory for three ears. A meeting of socialists, communists and nuarchlsLs, at Turner Hall, Cincinnati, Wednesday night, passed resolutions pre testing against the execution of the Chica go anarchists. The "labor party" was hailed as the instrument with which such wrongs are to be redressed. I'lrtuie. by the Ynrtt. There is a linn in Philadelphia which pnints pictures bj the ynrd. The work is simple. A piece of ranvns nearly 100 feet long if stntched In n gullerv shnticd like n corridor. On each picture, which, by the vvny, cost f-l.-IO. five men were em ployed. Knell man had his particular line. One put in the foreground, another the lgukground, mid Mill another did' the clouds nnd cow.s tli.it joii sec browsing In the picture. A fourth man did, the trees and shrubKTj". In this way "they were enabled tc work fast. In exactly three hours live of those landscapes were finished, which is thirty-six ininutes'Time given to each. The fifth man did the llnishin touches nnd icrh:ips performed more and lietter work than any of the others. Chicago Xcwk, . Mr. James Foley 14 authorized to tell at auction, next Saturday atternoon. H. 51. Shepheid's live tine building lots near La- gonda avenue and opposite Congregational chapc-l. Cli":3ttra"s mammy measure"? four feet aimK luches In leugth. The woman for whom Anthony "rashly threw a world away " was evidently not very tall. 'I? TSTO. 29 SOUTH LIMElSTsOTNTEI STREET. OAK GROVE. ! OAK Giiovk, Sept. 2S. Theelghty-nlntli anniversary of Grandmother Knott's birth was duly celebrated on last Saturday. Friends and relatlxes to about seventy-five in numlier came with well lilted baskets. This celebration Is remarkable from the fact that nearly two years ago. during an icy spell, this aged person fell and broke one of her limbs, which has kept her con lined to her lied ever since. And she says she enjoyed herself as well rn this occasion from her bed as she ever did one ulicii able to iiiiiu' about freely. After dinner Kev. Siiuiinerbell gae a short sketch of this lady's life, which is- as follows: Horn Sep tember 'J'. 1T'.5, in Monmouth county. New Jersey. She was married to David Knott on January K. lslii. and moved to this place in ls-5. Slit) lost her husband In 1851. the second year of the cholera epi demic, which disease caused his death. Her widowhood extends beyond the births of many now living. Kev. S. soke very forcibly uiMin the fact that by taking her life and Washington's, which lap each other by one year, and within that time you have the principal history of our country. Kev. Gross delivered a very scholarly ad dress and offered prayer. Kev. Wilder ex plained the origin and propriety of such oc casions and oilered prayer. Elder Dudley made some appropriate remarks and otlereii prayer. The gathering was well attended by persons ranging In age from seventy to eighty years, aud by some six or eight great-grand children. Mrs. Knott eats hearty and says sho feels good for several such occasions yet. We hoj she may be spared for them Mr. James Arthur, of iove Joy. spent Sunday with his brother in this place Mrs. J. V. Garrison is slowly recovering from a fall which she re ceived some tw (i weeks ago. down the cellar steps One of our neighbors Is on the war-path, and bad luck to the fox-hound caught loahng around his premises. . . . The last exhortation of Mr. Schenk, a stu dent at Wittenberg college, who has been laboring for the interests of Ilethei church, took place last Sabbath evening. . . .The en tries have not yet close.! for the fiddle's contest, although wc have It from responsi ble authority that Warren Arthur and ' T'ratik Owens have the inside track to re- ceive me situation, aii persons wuuiing io compete suoum apply at once to vvimaui Ault Mrs. Johnston is lying very low at this writing and no prospects for her recov ery Kemember, everybody, that Satur day, October 1st, is the day set for the township trustees to view the rout running pt the. school house, to ascertain whether uch road shall be narrowed down or not. We are expecting a lively competition in the barber business here, which we trust will result in "the survival of the lit test" MEDWAY. 5Ikivvav, Sept. 27. Wheat is nearly all sown in our section of country. Corn will not be more than half a crop except in the low bottom lands wherUm yield will be quite good. ...Will 5Iorris, Bertie Morris, Nora and Lulu Brown attended the funeral of Orris Grisso. at Springfield, on last Sat urday Constable Siorrison took the negro who robbed the money draw at KWgj's.to the Springfield jail on last Satur day Benjamine Killhetfer is sick at incent writing Mrs. William Duly Is slowly recovering from a severe spell of sickness Mary and Walter 5Iorris are still very sick. They are not yet out of danger. ...Fietl Harnish. Jno. Trout, Jno. Tathani, Joe Storm and Heiner Cover went to the reser voir to get a supply of fish. People who want tish for the winter hail better leave their orders at once Harry Brosey and Charlie Shartle had a narrow e-eape from being seriously hurt on Sunday night on re turning from Osborn. 1 heir horse scared at something and started across -the road at something and started across the road at a jump, aud upset the buggy, and dragged tvutli quite a distance, and then the horse got away and jumped the fence into Mrs. Haruish's yard. Slarshal Braniim came to the scene of action and helped the young men to straighten things so that they could get hornet. The court of common pleas of Baltimore lias stricked on 105 fraudulent names from tbe registration lists and the work of re view Is still in progress. The widow of General llazen has brought suit for the construction of certain clauses in her husband's will. OjTJ'- CO. THE LONDON CLOTHING CO 188T. CREENE TOWNSHIP. GiiKKMoroi.is, Sept. 27. Come, let the plug hat brigade of this county give J. 11. Foraker a reception at Columbus that will not be like arctic Icebergs, but capture-the city for Foraker One of our soldiers stepped into a clothing house and found a suit that pleased his taste, but his finances were a little short. The clerk asked hiiu how much he could pay. He told him his amount. The clerk then asked: "Do you remember of lending a soldier a certain sum?" He answered, "Yes; but I do not leeognire vou at present." The clerk made himself known aud the old soldier got his suiL 1 ears had gone by. but the good act had not bd n forgotten 'I here Is lieing made mi elTort to repaint and paper the church at l'ltchiu. The otlicial board met Friday night aud appointed a committee to see to the work. . . . Messrs. Harry Kabbitts and Chase Stewart will speak to the people at Hopeuell ehooI house on Tuesday evening. October 4. Come out and hear something good and in teresting. Kabbitts is one of thoso jolly fillows nnd speaks to the point.... Mrs. Ilelle Howell, of the Springs, met with an accident last Thursday near I'eaeock. Her horse took frigid, started to run and upset the carriage, throwing her out and bruising her somewhat, and cutting a bad gash near the eye of her daughter, and broke a wheel, but was caught before he did any more damage We overheard a lady at chinch last Sabbath soliciting votes for the prohi bitionists. When will professing Christians cease to drag olitics into the church V. . . . We met AbeU, and he is glad that J. 11. I'attou is his opponent, for he thinks that out of every one hundred vote I'attoil gels seventy of them will be republican. Oh, no. Mr. Abel!, we are straight republican The quarterly concert at Emory was a very pleasant affair. The school lead with sing ing, and Mr. M. L. bise read a Scripture lesson, after which Kev. Kurkert, of La gonda, ottered prayer. The secretary read the qiiaiterly report, which showed that the enrollment to be 75, and the average attendance of orticers. teachers and schol- ars. M. showing an attendance -mf twin thirds of tliM Aiirnl niput wliff-h Is trtMMt lor the country Kev. Burkert was first ,,, ' sjieak. and snowed that the time to begin a Christian life was in their youthful days. Jir. Sise followed with the remark that he was going to make sparks fly with the m tention to hiL The first plac he struck Vr fa-ilities for adding to our learning than .w. . nn i !.. ...... i.i . .1 viii. tf.... ?,-.!. a' ....on.uHi hot timt .. . ". ' .. : mere is ono ciiurcu commuoi- c,,t to even- two and two-thirds person. and that In tlie riiite.1 States alone there is 10,000.000 Sunday school scholars, and at the present rate of progress, in the next twenty-five years there would be more wotk done and greater achievement for the cause of Christianity than in the past fifty jears. K. T. Kelley thought It an ' honor to bring in the young and teach them I the truth as we find It in God's word, and while the missionary taught the heathen children in preference to the adults, we. the Sunday school workers, should seek to follow their example. Aftersinging"Jesus Came to Savo" they ep .rated, saying It was well to be there Kobert Clark and wife, ot the city, called on Mr. Cris Zeigler Sunday 11. C. Johnsou moved this 5Ion- day east of CI i ton. and will soon com mence to build a large barn for J. II. Thomas. PITCH1N. Pitchix, Sept. 2$. Miss Artiell of Har - mouyvvas visiting the Misses rinks of Pitchln. a few days last week Keconler Todd and family were at Mr. I. II. Todd's Sunday Mrs. k. l. .Marshall was in Springfield last Friday and Saturday. . . . Sir. t rank Trucsdale and .Miss Annie link went to Haruiouy Monday night Mrs. I. W. Hatfield and children are visiting her parents in Springfield this week. . . . ' Simeon Sliofe commenced work for i Ink & Bro., Monday... .Dennis Tehan moved i from tlw Kldcr bnnlmt Thursday to oca Dolly arden....Mrs. Nave and BUy Garlough returned home lat 1 nday night from V.e,t.irginla. where they liave-btn visiting for tlie last two niontlis.i..jKobejrt Slarshall had a cow- shot Monday by some I unknown person.. ..School commenced in' tlie small room Monday . . .Sallie Little and Hannah Hatfield are still improving at this writing. was the long-faced superin!endnt aud the ' as, .reo-uiere win oe no useless urugsing. negligent teacher, who deaden any Sabbath , J' the first place, he will not take a case school. Kev. Vaughau thought that this that is incurable. lingering patients, good ...... th. -....!,....... ii... , .value bet-1 for regular visits, year after year, with as Truly equal to our wonderful stock of Overcoats for Men and Young Men is the assortment of Boys' and Children's Overcoats. We have them with capes and fancy hoods for the little fellows up to nine and ten years. Plain Coats of all shapes and colors f jr lads of between six and fifteen years, and everything from which an Over coat can be made for boys up to nineteen years. Cape Coats will be the reigning style for the little fellows this winter, and to be in front, as usual, we have kept our Boys' Clothing Factory busy ever since early in May. We claim to, and do, show more Overcoats than all the other Clothiers in Springfield combined. SHOULD EXAMN E SOUTH CHARLESTON. SoiTH Ciiaiii.kstii.V, Sept 27. G. W. Jones, the genial agent of the Little Miami J railroad, who yas injured by trying to savo an express truck, was buried Sunday under charge of the Masonic order and Odd Fel lows, headed by the G. A. IL band. It was one of the largest funerals ever held here. Services were held In the M. E. church; not over olio half could get inside. Kev. Me Cabo preached a very intelli gent as well as instructive sermon: he being young and strong he was master of the situation and made a most favorablo impression on this commu nity. Kev. Keiiqier. with his usual ability, pronounced an eulogy on Urn. Jones, that was sanctioned by all. Mr. Jones has been agent at this plr.ee for over twei.ty-three years. Mr. Ileach, of Columbus, an high otlicial of the I'an Handle, attended the funeral as a represenative of his road. He Is a Mason also, and inarched with the order here. Brothers from London. Springfield, Jeffersonville, Medway, Yellow Springs, South Solon. Xenia aud Foster's Crossing were in attendance. One hundred and twenty-five brothers were in Hue. Mr. K. G. Collin, warden of the Ohio penitentiary, attended the funeral Mrs. John Kankin is visiting in Philadelphia, I'a Miss Blanche Hudson, daughter of Mayor Hud son, and a Mr. Woods, of Kansas, will be united in marriage Thursday mornini, September 2'J, at the I'resbvterian churcli. and immediately leave for Florida via New York city. They have the good wishes of a host of friends. . . . G. C. Phillips's great "Uncle Toiu's Cabin" will show here September 27th Bologna sausage is now cheap since so many of our canine purps have lost their lives. But Gas Kemper Is happy; his water spaniel still lives. Gas keeps him muzzled. Won der If our county auditor wil persist in put ting these dogs on the tax duplicate, or will the state attorney have to go before the supreme court in the dog interest. Our city dads are looking the matter up, as the auditor corrected their assessment and they ". ...v Kwmijr nuiiiucr m lax pajri- "" ""'tii. it iiiev ! corporation of thus bailiwick wont soon be enlarged again to make up the deficient tax. No Ueles Drugging. Of one thing the patumt who puis him- Is'" in the hand of Dr. Albert may feel ' lar "; "ve et "" 'r ' n itli an Intuitive perception, rare and 1 beautiful, he discovers the seat and charac- ter of the disease, and annlies the reniedv. . - - :. , . r ... ,, . , ., Hl practice Is m accord with that of the greatest medical men of the day. and tit terry oppo-is to the old "glve-quinine-for-everythlng' idea which possesses so many worthy men who mistook thsir proper veca tion when they took up medicine. Dr. Albert can be consulted at the Lagonda house tomorrow until 5 p. m. Too Hrt it Doea. It takes courage to have an auction sale of building lots these times, but the man who buys a lot now will find it the best thing he ever did. Next Saturday after- ' noon live mie lots will be sont at auction by t 5Ir. James Foley. See the "ad" ia this paper. IK o'utlon of Partnership. Having this day purchased the Interest of ! Walter A. Fellowes in the firm of J. B. I Fellowes ,t Son. I take this opportunity of I thanking my friends for their past favors land soliciting a continuance of the same. 1 My fall stock is now complete and I will I take pleasure in showing it Ail accounts will be collected and receipted for by me. J. B. Fkm.owks Springfield. Ohio, Sept 2Sth, 19S7. The Champion Fool t'lsyers. (vin Honieck. champion of Xenia. ' (;r.nt Pf,r. rhsmnion of SnrlnKel.l Tne.- riay Wednesday and Thursday evenings at Cohan-A Lynch's. A splendid chance for a working man to btfy a lot nn which tobuiU himself a home. See "ad" of auction sa!e"Jf five lots by .Mr. 3timrii. goley. auctioneer, next Saturdav afternoon at 2 o'clock. '. E Toba bull fighter of rput is more lucrative than being a famous ball player, The Kelly of the Colon arena is to receive 40,000 for tbe coming winter's season. 5.00 BOYS' 0TERC0ATS FROM $1.00 TO $20.03. An r.lrguut ;snbtltut For oils, salts, piiN, and all kind f bitter. nauseous merli-ines is the very agreeable liquid fruit remedy. Syrup of Figs. Recom mended by leading physicians. Manufac tured only by the California Fig Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal. For sale at Casper's drug store. Tin Champion Fool ViHjers, Oilo Horneck. champion of Xenia, vs. Grant Eby, champ.ou of Springfield. Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at Cohan ,fc Lynch's. Kirurslou Itatt-s t llnyloo. On account of the Sjtitheni Ohio Fair at Dav ton. the Bee Line will sell special ex cursion tickets for all trains September 27th to :)th. Inclusive, at 'J.' cents for the round trip. Tickets good returning until October 1st. inclusive. G. II. K.moht, Agt. D. B. M.i:riN. G. P. A. 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