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ITEPtrBLlO, FRIDAY EVENING, KOVEMBER 4 18R7.
;K?3 m 1 S u UEENSWARE ! WE HATE ONE HUNDRED FINE DECORATED TEA AND DINNER SETS! At tw Main street tttre. that we will cltse out cheap, before eur remeval te Market street. NEW GOODS! Special prices threuiheut our large stock of Queens wire and Fancy Goods, until January I, 1888. Come mi make your selections and have the goods saved for Holiday Presents. 91 aa 93 Wert Wain St Jtail lines of th above at Ion-rut ficure. VaaBtllrt Maker, HMtrr tI FurnUher.5 Cast Nsln,Mrft PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FBEE AlVVERTlSIJsQ. 0 VXD AFTER Today the Springfield Dull axtLic will I asert such "ads" u " Wants" "1. ..t." "For Rent," "For Sale." etc . In tola almaa one time tree, three times for tweati Tata.and six times for flltycents TUKSrHlBUHlbUl-UB-lU KarS.15S7. WANTED. TAJJTED iond job and cook compel l vf on; also electrotvpers. finishers, moul rs and blockers. Good waees and perma- &!t employment. Apply Immediately. Rand, eXally Co.. 1M Monroe street. Chlcaeo. TJtlnela. Co WASTED A man to canvass and manage canvassers. To control all sales of the ln aaaaeacent light, eiiual to 85 candles. In SfXlacSeld. For particulars, terms, Jte-ad-traaa Incandescent Lamp Company. Pitts. karr. Pa- ao WASTED -Cistern and chimney brick In if evenanxa (or piano box duzct. J. fc. . ty. aaa VAHTKD- -Partner with fl.OUU capital, in nUnlnr mill. Cabinetmaker preferred. I AteL.S.Uall.Interlachen. Us, 3Sa T ANTED flood girl or hoosekeeper, at No. I ffiCa 10 north Market street. sarraVTKn filrt . eomoetent elrltocook W aad do general housewo'k. A good place I good wage to rteht party. Apply at 22tt BUM norm .waraei street. AKTW-SUH AsaXS."ioJ .aaurj rvutu iu.ia. SZfrchxntr. Aadresswith slim! &SSX .iavr5rrJiJKh- fctatjatfrjt, III. TASTED Ladlea to work on our fancy vy goodt lor me nonaav ana winter iruc Seat any distance. Full particulars lree. Ad csodsfortheollday aad winter trade.. ...4l.r.ni.. Pnll nartlenlars tree. Ad-' rets. ttuox Manufacturing to, street. Boston. Mats 13 and 45 Eliot TASTCD Lady. aeUve and Intelligent, to IV vDrsent-in herownloeallty.anold firm; references given and required: permanent po sition aad good salary. J. u uiaucnara.Bupu. Reade su S. Y. UTAilTKD All kinds of clothes wrtngert to Tf regain called lor ana aeaveraa; jru ft null promptly attended to. B.M. Miller. I West wain. FOR SALE TH)RSLE-Cheap sin will hnv. almost new. X a l double and laist barreleJ shot gun, to Sfrfectorder. -laie' maae. voshoj. ;'V 9 south Ceuter. Ka PORd I! el'i aven prem LE large two-story frame house of ro-nn '. 160. corner ol Linden nd Pleasant street, Inquire at the iit rlRSALKOI. TRDE- KO.-1 new house ot six roout. out building! nd wet. and about two acres of good land all forJI.'"'. luOaeres. five miles ffutn the city: Jactes. two miles from the city: 40 acres "re";'J from th' city; l'tacrrs. three mil'stromthe city: farms la all parts ot the counts, and all kinds of city property for sale ;r trade John H Johnson, corner ot -Market aud IHeh f-OK RENT FIR RENT A very desirable dwelling house srlth seven rooms, large yard, stable, ie- leaaantly situated In a god neighborhood . - !... hrinMtiv.t and iinint sTe miFi !.,. ,,wfc---- . Bin One sauare from street car line, tor further Information see . II oung. over Letsner's clothing store. Market street am FR RENT One-half of double house con talolngfour rooms, summer kitchen and goodellr. Ren tn) per month. Call at 213 south Mrchanic street 2E" r)K RENT Furnished room to lients. with board It desired. No 1 west North trel. TOR RENT Room; a very desirable, nicely T fnrnUhMi front room, suitable for one or two gentlemen, at 111 South Market street, one aqnare xrom Arcaae. iweiereucvi-, In qulreon the premises or ot J. uarec. 2Wtt rR RUNT 1 new house of 5 Moras on Esst street, within one squire of the New Caaapton shops; city and cistern water and a-ood cellar Inquire of Thomas sharp. B7tl t trally'located.wlth first class accommoda- j Heat: rent cheap: none but good oxyingten sat need apply. Inquire ot Th fbos Sharpe. MONEY TO LOAN. WONKY TO LON In sums of 5O0 to 17,000. m. on three to ne years -time, on orti morv age or approved commercial paper, ueorgi TritiM v.ni Vo I. Lagonda bsnk imlldlns. "WANTED! Competent Job Compositors citn get Steady m!osnenl nt good wgrs in Chicago. App'y between 6 and 8 this evening at the Arcade Hotel. EDWARD GOLDBERRY LADIES ' CURL OR FRIZ aiMsa.a -..P ii.ir wiik lb. "TE1- Hair Gorier, HTI1 (- l mmmwr llMrnlatx r .ill or thr kiiatr a-sr II and. Monef iWiaiidilfiKitsi)sf4trtorT nKft.LE BIEAHvKi S4CMCR tkamal4P. stOf l"MMla ftL. THOMPSON Mir- .l nfui At- cnAMi COMPOS! TORS ?, rV atvl (.-old il dtcer i I IIV Ull WHIIIIgU I m s30S:n..r;iifllju in, L L d . SJhK, iaaaaaaaaaaaWgstW THE MILLER DERBY teiS'' "fttfitsflgfls JstsL JgsCstsPtsfclSsWsJKgssi Jafcgss ssflCVglW njJiMaEllaigaaM.sas n. n.i V,, ftsff ' ' ' - - -'- T r NEW GOODS! PAYNTER & CO. md 40 South Market St. MALARIA This Is the season when many persons suffer from malaria. The aching bones, tired feeling, slight ferer. and perhaps a coated tongue, show that thepoism Is at work. To put a stop tot his. a "I1 as to cure regular fever and ague, use either CM'!! MTI-MILJUL PIUS I0R1 Casper's Fever and Ague Mixture Dr. Casper also has for sale all of the other standard Fever aad Ague Medi cines, alto Quinine in Pills or Powders. The true genuine article and no ad mixture whatever. These and all other malarial medicines, lth full directions, for sale at GASPER'S Drug Store. rtsfcer'sBlMk. alaatiwwi.Sd Door West of Uaaatts,SprlaajflId. OOXIMO KKX. Ghakd. Friday evening, November 4, Clara Louise Kellogc. COCKTV VEET1XQS. November 4 At Enon: G. C. Rawlins, J. F. McT.rew. November 4 At Pitchin: T. J. Pringle, Ran. Coleman. Novembers At Moorefield: G. C. Raw lins, J. C. Miller. LOCAL BREVITIES. Dr. n. R. Dosch was in Cincinnati jes terday. Miss Elpha Millar went to Osborn today on a visit. Miss Polly, of New Carlisle, was lu the city yesterday. Miss Jennie McKemmie. of Cincinnati, is visiting friends in the city. Mr. Paul Charles, of SL Louis is visiting friends in the city this weer. Miss Anna Miller, of east High street, is expected home from New York, shortly General admission to Clara Louise Kel logg, tonight: Parquette, 75c; balcony, 50c The prohibitionists meet at Temperance hall tonight 'to mate ward organizations fcr Mfeildd tliy work. r?nM;fy'0di5n'Kac.qof Cincinnati. Is In f hp eitv irlklf inv lild ,M frla.,.1 r- t.... - nelsenstlue. , ., ,h-. , k. . . . . . ..... uw,.ub WIVU1C3 K1 ITfc 1IUU1 yesterday. The prospects are for plenty of qnall about Springfield this year. The union labor meeting announced fcr Monday night on Market juart has been changed to Black's opera house. The divorce case of William Wise v. Lotta Wise has been assigned for next Monday, with a lot more diorce business. There will be a meeting of the Y. W. C. T. IT. at Temperance hall tomorrow after noon at S o'clock. Members are requested to be present Grant Kby. the kid pool player of Spring- Be !, is in the city. The Lid undoubtedly cm play pool, as mo-t of the bojs have fou id out. Xenia TbrcMgJit. Wllber Cohin, eq went to Washington C. II. today to meet and consult with W. G. Mills, prohibition candidate forlieutin- ant governor and South-tier of spontaneous pops. Messrs. Foley 4 Ha ward sold on Thurs diy to Mr. Charles A. Cregar lots 5104. 5107 and 510S in "Park Place," Bownisn's north side addition, on which be will erect ai elegant brick house. The officials at the department head quarters of Ohio G. A. R. are erj busy at prevent making out the consolidated report for the quarter Just closed. The work is a very large one and all the posts hate not yet been heard from. There will be a special meeting of L. A. 5815, at Madriver hall, at 10 o'clock Sun day morning, to take action on the death of Bro. C. W. Kneisley. All K. of L. are In vited to come and join with us. Charles Thomas, M. W. The horse owned by Chase Stewart, esq . which ran away and broke the leg of its rider, G9. Smith, was not a wild and fractious aaima! as reported, but on the contrary has always been very gentle. It is said that the blame lay with George Ssalth. LOOK INTO THE MIRROR ! And vou gee the person we most desire to see at Jason W. Phillips's Clothing Store. THE COMFORT And ease of our garments show the tal ent employed In their manufacture. Well made and well fitting clothes pro duce comfort and pleasure ; aud right there we have our greatest success. Don't take a poor lining garment from our store. Don't keep It If you find It so. We make Clothing to keep its shape; we put on buttons to stay; we make Clothes not to rip. and spicially Invite yon to come and see us, at 30 East Main Street. ROBBING THE MAILS. Ilreelvlna Other Person' Loiters and Fx. trnctlng Money Therefrom A eat rirre of Detective Work by Officer Citlilwell. One day last week a letter addressed to Miss Anna N j e, Springfield, Ohio, passed through the postoftlce. lly some mistake the letter carrier delivered it to MLvs Mary N'je, at No. 310 south Yellow Springs street, asking the lady If It was meant for her. At any rate, she received the letter and opened it She extracted S3 lu money from the letter and afterward placed It in the opened envelope and then Into a new envelope and directed It to the proper person. Miss Anna Nve. In the meantime, a sister of Miss Anna Ne. from Uicliwood. ap peared, and inquired of her sNter if khe had received the money sent by her. Uon receiving "no"' for an answer, they both concluded to Investigate. They called at the postoftlce, and thoe In charge hail re membered the letter from the ixruliar wav it was addressed, and had soon traced It to the Nve woman on south Yellow Springs Mtreet Officer Caldwell was called Into the case and went out to see the woman who gave up the monej and asked that no publicity be given the matter, claiming that a little girl opened it in the hou-e. The money was retuan'd to the ( woman, living at 95 Monroe stieet, by the officer, and the matter re-.ts. As it is a Tinted States case it remains to be seen whether any arrests will te made. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS TONICHT. The Tfnnls to Meet for Bulne.s "Hondfj -Night's Meeting. The republican central committee has an nounced the following ward meetings for Fridaj evening of this week. The meet ings will be purely for the transaction of business and to complete arrangements for the election next Tuesda) : f irt ward Sheriff's office Second ward Wigwam. Third ward Central engine house. Fifth ward Arbogast's carpenter shop. Sixth ward Major's oliice. Svventh ward Clifton street engine house. Ninth ward Wigwam. On Monday night a regular republican love feist will be held at the wigwam and the campaign will be closed with a blaze of enthusiasm. Five-mtnute speeches will be made by a number of local orators. J tic meeting will be ot unusual InteresL Cnmp Meeting Matters. In addition to the fixing ot the date of the next Urbana camp meeting August 9 to 21 as announced yesterday, the board of directors transacted considerable other business of interest S. W. Hitt was elected musical director, with full authority over all that part of the services. Uev. F. G. Mitchell was again appointed superintendent of the services, and W. I. Fee was selected his assistant The matter of ministerial help was re ferred to Elder Mitchell, the president and the secretary- Among those who will likely be Invited to take part are Dr. McChesney. Rev. S A. Keene, of Ilnbert-s Park church, and Rev. W. N. Brodbeck. A Cars and a Chair as 1'art of a Iteeep tlon. Somebody ought to 'tend to Bro. Wes. Roue, of the South Charleston Sentinel. What kind of talk Is this, in the editorial column of the paper, this week? A cane Is a handy thing to have at a re ception. At M&con, Ga., last Thurcdav, during Jt If Davis's reception, a poor de luded fool could not get near enough to shake Jen s hand, so he extended the head of his cane, which was shaVvn br his nibs, and on its return Its or tivr rapturously kissed it If Jeff had on orlj bii thought ful, he might have pitche-J tnto Mm crowd the chair seat on which I e -it aud let them all osculate to their Ileitis' content s-wlit-M cwurti In the police court "j estefuay afternoon the following cases were disposed of: Henry Miller, drunk and disorderly, 55 and costs; James Hoskins, loitering. 55 and costs; Joint Coble, loitering. 810 and costs; W. G. . Lanibom, drunk and disorderly. S5 and . fjU t... IIH II. .- D..A Ml,F..a CIO ,...! ' costs; Mrs. Harvey, same charge. S10 and costs, using profane language, sio and, costs; Charles Harvey, drunk and disorder ly, SI and costs; L. C. Filuiore, disorderly. S15 and costs. ' Eutrrpean Social. ' The Euterpean society will give an ovster supper and social at the home of Professor Prince, on FeraclitT avenue, this (Friday ) evening, November 4. Died Mr. Charles W. Kneisley. at 2 o'clock this (Fridaj) morning. The funeral will take nlace from the familv residence. 1U3 west Main street Mr. Kneisley was ' an active member of Local assembly 5S13, i K. of L. The cause of labor loses a faith- j fill worker, and his family a kind, loving member. The babe of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. War ner, residing at No. 2S Mitchell block, died this morning, afternoon. The funeral occurred this Samples of false Fronomy. Jt is false economy to do part of to-mor-1 A C n To all who are surlering from rjw'sworktodnv; living cheaply so that errors and indiscretions of youth, nervots Dttcan dress well; goiiis to 1 ivv aliout weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, Jiij tiling J ou can conipronn.se; to cmplor i elc- lwil1 s1" receipt that will cure you. a botch bii-jike lie doesn't charge i.iuch"; I fr of 'barge. This great remedy wts -ittingm the- twilight doinc nothing in I ;cered by a missionary In South Amei .riler to save oil; buving things you don't , 'ca- Jena elr-addreitsed envelope to Kev. want lK-chiise they .ire cheap; marrviu'i?'!'11 T- ""'. Station D. New Yoik your daughter to an adventurer so as to have her off your hands; to take your money out of tho Umk And invest it iu a wildcat scheme; taking your boy from school and allowing him to grow up in ignorance for the sake of the if J a w cek he can cam. Philadelphia Call. A Tlieatre Without rootllglits. Brussels is to have a theatre without footlights, in accordance with the plans of M. Hees, the designer of the new Finnish theatre there. He believes that the thick stratum of heated air through which the ! voices of the actors hav c to piss to rcu h ( the audience obstructs and deadens the i sound. For the footlights he has substi- j tuted a triple range of gas lights behind J the orchestra The new system was te-t-i eel, nnd pronounced a decided improve mint ou that now in ue New Yoi k Sun. I frier Will Tell. Starkey it Scow den, the Arcade shoe dealers, hold the crowds and sell the goods. 1 They do not have to resort to automatic I side-show and branch stores to catch the people. They do it with good goods at low ' prices. If you want boots, shoes or rubbers, go Starkey 4 Scowden's, in the Arcade. Tiny will give you better goods for the money than any house in the city. New turnips at Hold & Lyon's. Slu.ie Lr.Min, A competent young lady desires a few organ and piano pupils at a reasonable price. Will csll at residence, if preferred. K-ferenre, Mrs. It F. lirandom. Arcade music store. Address Miss Lottie Zutavern. 917 Lagonda avenue Apples by the barrel at Hohl & Lyon's. Trv Wheldon & Merrill for coal. IP WE KNEW! Would It l Ultrr If we kne If vecouMlifttheveil vhleh lildrs The inner slinnw w lit ro soul abiiU 8 Would life hn m nobler, or more true? If srrouM trace each circle round. An 1 see as angel e and know As ho from horn life currents flow. Would hearU be happier for truth found? Should we find mor to love, or less ilhln the mirrored h ml of each Could we discern the utmost nach Of bpint's dw jiest ismsciousnrss Cts Gorton Tn lor In Chicago Herald. THREE SOOTS OF WOMEN To be Seen Almost Any Hay on the Main street of tho Metropolis. 1 There are three distinct sorts of women to be scon on lirondna, which divides itself Into three distinct st renins of ftm.ilos, streams which Hoiv within U Unite hunts and rarely encrotch on each other's terri tory. Women Ix'sin to lie seen in num bers on Hroidway at nlxnit Fortj llfth street. These women aro New Yorkers pur et simple On them aro to be seen what aro distinctly New York styles This Is the ground that fashion writers h utnt for hints as to the stylos of the coniini; season. They are dim, clean limlx-d, with hair as smooth as satin and cut in little pointed Imus that aro never curled and never have a hair out of place They wear very rich and cry simple clothe, with a fit and a finish that speaks of Paris, lin den and the very lest dressmakers nnd tailors of this city. They never ndmit any eccentricities of dress, and are so severely costumed that they cimsidcrabl) resembla each other and would scarcely be called bcau'iful so tnticli as chic, 'llns Mreari flows down to Sixteenth street nndthrl! it stops, nl)olutely and at once, and cne nev er sees a Mugle w nman of it below llwit ( part of tow n. I At Fourteenth begins a crowd of slran gcrs All nlon;; that thoroughfare the i strangers are inostlv from the small towns ' about New York, nnd provincialism has marked them for its own '1 heir clothes areechoc- of p.tst fashions, their bmgs aro llambovntit, they cany little hand I sacludsand cluster nliost the shop win dows. At liou,c,"isai list their own back ground they are v i ry attractive looVinp;, but ngiiust the radiant freshness nnd Hue grooming of the New York girl they look not nuite well kept After turning the ronrtcenth street corner one begins to see the western and southern girls, vv ho wear xjiensiv e mate rials that arc well in ide. but lack ill style This autumn one recognizes these women by the heliotrope gowns that New York abandoned last 'prlng. They are, as a rule, extremely pretty in a picturesqne, individual f.ishion. r-uticularly i this true of the middle aged women, who re tain the beauty of their figures wonder fully, nnd vv ho h iv e, many of them, big, soft darki-yes and thick gray curls around their brows. Thcv are neither so fair nor so rosy s New York women. Below- Eighth street the crowd changes for a third lime and are native New Yorkers again. These are the women who work for their living, and maybe seen in groups of two and three going home nnj vv hero betw ecn 4 and 7 o'clock. These w omen have n food looking sprink ling of c! lerly, meager females in dingy black, with anvious facias and little black bags In wh'ch they carry their lunch to the offices where they work. Many of them aro prettv and many young. Their clothes are evidently selected with an eye to wear, the purchases evidently being had in mind whether the material would show spots and dust and whether it was the same on both sides, eo that it would "turn." Their general appearance shows tint they hav e Ix-en hard at work all day and have had meager Unlit appliances to repair 1l.1u-r.5c3 before coming out on the street. Mtny of them walk arm in arm, with a little Independent half masculine air that they hav 0 insensibly picked up from their employers, and jostle through the hurrying throngs of men without no ticing them. They ore pretty and lady like, as a rule. New York World. Anwerel TtKT'&rtTof if One of our attorneyVtt'Hs'-'rf story of a money lender he once knew living in Den mark. Being approached 011 a certain oc casion for money he told the borrower to step into his room nnd he would get it out of his sate ami let him have the sum wanted. As the borrower went in and - ... ... took.ifit henwno safe there, but the money lender went loan old ISiblc aud, after turning over the leaves awhile, he found the amount needed. "Wlni, ir! do you call that a safe?" asked the borrower. "Wall, it ai'i t exictly safe asain fire. but it's, safe rnrun the family," said the money lender I a-w iston Journal. Atuiury itnrt ecealty For ilch and poor who wish to enjoy good health and wl o do not wish to resort to bitttr nauseous liver medicines and cathar- , tics, is the concentrated California liquid ' fruit remedy of Fics. 50c. and SI bottles r"r sale at Casper's drug store. Hohl&Lvon for fine groceries all the time. iuj UAiaiiis in iiiiniaciie uuai (u lu I j lieiduu & .Merrill. Grand opera house. i Sweet Cider. Sweet cider for sale by the gallon or bar- j ir-. h..t... i ...i -i ... rel, rresh rroin the press, at u. II. Nefrs grocery. No. 140 CJifton street I Uni-.n Co-operative 1 Market street Coal Co., 17 south City. Persons In search of boots and shoes will find the prices much lower at House i Par son than any place else in the city. Ev ery body is Inv ited to read Gugenhelm's "ad" and call in and see his goods. Its suneriT excellence proren in millions cl homes form re than a quarter of a century It is used by the United Mates Government. 'Endorsed by the heads of the Ureat Unlverl ties as the Strongest. Purest. Most Healthful Dr. Price's the only Daklng Powder that dees not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum, bold only In Cans PRICE BAKINO POWDEK C).. StW YOKK. CHITAGO tf. LOUIS. pewters rRFA1kf I ssmatblaftAAWam baking p.?WDEf THOSE S10 SUITS i OVERCOATS! THE LONDON! If we had but or dinary faith in our TEN DOLLAR Over coats and Suits, we would talk about them in an ordinary kind of way but fact is, it's the ex traordinary reli ance we have up on them that makes us constantly push 'em to the front, and harp upon them as Hamlet did on Polo- THE LONOON CLOTHING COMP'Y, NO. 29 SOUTH XjtTACISTrOSsrXJ SsT.R.'ElET. I NEW! NEW! NEW (50OD3! NEW BUILDING ! XMV EVEKATUISU! 0. W. SMITH, Late ot Central Hotel, will Inimeilstely opeu Sevr In the new building. Its Clifton street, di rectly opposite theachool houseon Clifton street, where he will offer an entirely new and cjrrplete assortment of carefully se lected lirorerles, Notions, etc. bouxht for c isli. Everythlug at Kick Bottom Prires. and will be sold fur cash at p Ices away below the bottom. Now let the people of the south e.ist si1eof the city and county ome aud test our goods and prices, and If we do not throw all down-town compet ing houses Into the barte. and give lietter satl'fictl n than they, then dou't buy ot us ltemember the place. 248 CLIFTON STREET, SPKIMiFIEl.n, OHIO. MAYOR'S ELECTION TO ALL IIOM IT MAY ONCERS: In accordaac with the requirements of liw, sfrtl u ality iili.c huudred and forty eight. SIS, it the hevlsea S'atutesof Onlo. whoever vein irgtvesawa any spirituous, vinous or malt liquors on an election day. or being the Keep r of a place where such liquor are h iblt 1 illy sold an drank, fall on any election jay to seep the s e e instantly clo:d. shall bed ic not morel an Oae Hundred Dollars and Imprisoned n, more than ten days So. hr fore. i. nu election of State and County filcirs Mil be held In the city of ?prlnslleld.Ohto on Tu-sday, Xovomb'r 8th, 1887, I Oliver'5 Kelly. Miyorof said city, by virtue o th authority vested In me, do hereby Issue Ills proclamation to warn all persons encaged in the above mentioned traffle. to close aud to se p constant y closed their placesof business rt-teen the hours of b o'clock a m. and b oMoikp m of the said 8th day of November, s7 The Chief of Police and Police Officers are herbv din cted to strictly enforce this order, .losing ad such places found open, reporting forthnith to tin ofTie any violation ot the nolslons of the law above set forth. (Ilvenundermy hand and official seal this "M day of November A. I). 1M7. OLIVFIt S. KELLY, Major nf the City nf Springfield, Ohio. I w Mil FINEST, LIGHTEST, fcf A? ft u THE LONDON! nius's daughter. Friday and Satur day of last week took out an incred ible number of .Coats ; this whole week the outgoing stream has been fully as lively so you can readily see that the Ten Dollar line has as full and high appreciation in the minds of other people as it LAST CHANCE CHEAP SEAL SKINS! XXXX (4X) LONDON DYED ALASKA SEAL JACKETS, $85.00. Close Fitting Short Sacques, $85, $90 and $100. Seal Plush Sacque, $18, $20, $22.50. Selling out Cloak Sale. T. M. GUGENHEIM. MAY BE CONSULTED AT THE ST. JAMES HOTEL During the remainderof the present week, and on Sundaj and Monday of every week during t lie entire Fall and Winter. DR. JAMES YARNELL The experienced and skillful specialist, widely known as the founder of the North ern Indiana Surgical Institute, and cele brated far aud near for his wonderful suc cess In the treatment ofalldiflici.lt Chronic or long standing Diseases which baflle the skill of the general phjsician, has estab lished a central oflice at the St. J imes Hotel, wheie he may be consulted on Sun day and Monday of each week. Vou do not have to tell him your ailments; he reads your complaints like an open book, and prov ides remedies to meet the precipe wants of each particular rase. No guess work! No experiments! No failures! No disappointments ! When he takes a ease he takes it to cure It. Those who have been given up bv other physic! ins aro particularly invited. Deseases peculiar to ' the sexes sp cially treated. I Oilue Hours : 1) a. in. to .1 p. in. Even-' ings, 7 to U p m. FOUNTAIN BRANDS KirJE CUT AMD PLUG Incomparably the Best. INSTALMENT DEALERS (Till fiudjuatwhanhcy need A FULLLlNC OF INSTALMENT GOODS oul to .'insisisii lasrujf axT u ENTTRADC. br ad.lnsjstng uuu- rnt co. trie, vm ' v"i 9--ve2HErKlgHiBigHak$SgSpi anx most sorsrxjs HJV 3,s4 MARSH.A TjILi Sc CO., HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO. HOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. TELEPHONE 1S8. "The smell of Violets hidden In the grass, Frame the time when I remember to have LUDLOW'S VIOLET OPRJS MUTTS CONTAINS TWO OUNCES. TRICE, 25 CTS. EACH. rCllCIl VSEUSJ OF A DOLLAR UOTTIK OF LUDLOW'S Superb Handkerchief EXTRACTS, Swret Aljssiiirri, Qaeenof tho Yinlets, Amnrillfr, White Helio trojie, Itonsol;ne Ruse, Lily ot the Valh y. will bpre.sntfi with one of the above for a lew dajs to intmence the perramtry. CHARLES LUDL OW & CO , Pharmacists, 55 East Main Street R. P. WILMS & SON, PLUMBERS, STEAM 1 6JIS FITTERS, 2G SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. GAS FIXTURES, SEWER PIPE, PUMPS. 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