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y-- REPTJBIIO, SATURDAY' EVENING DECEMBER 10 1887. 13? " " " TSS "i - W?W""- T'eTS''C ' ...-He. --w , ". i - - - - II. r.B.'M ' r. k:M .pr '! LT BEADTIFIIL WOMAN. VJ ,' W to Q.jrhT, 4 gfty fn Mj Messenger Service. Packages, Letters, Notes and Baskets Delivered Promptly. 'PHONE 15Q- AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, Willi 4.r.iul Matinee at: P. JI. Wills, Hcnsliaw & Ten Broeck An J a great Vocal and Comedy Cast. In the matt coJjiaUe of all .Musical Comedies. TWO OLD CRQNfES! Brilliant Production, Intensely FunnT, lirlmful o( i-rarkling. (Jrlclnal Music. Besides Selections f roni the Most Popular Operas. t'Kin.s-rienlDc.TV.'A! and iie. Mat! lnee. adults. 5c. ehlldren. S"c. Tickets tur both matlneeand evening cm he liad.tt Har ris's Clear More. GRAND OPERA HOUSE MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 12th. Orand Production of Jules Verne's Greatest ot all .-poctaculsr Dramas. E IN 80 DAYS. Lnder the direct suprrilloD of Mr. r. J 1'I.U'lDf. U.rioerlv iuucer lblu'9. Xr lork A strong New lork cast ot 4() -XJEOXX12- 40 To Car Loads ot Special Scenery! IScauti tul 3IechantC4l Lffects! Mart ling Mage Rev olutions! pectacuur incidents never be fore witnessed 1 (.rami AiUAZonlniiMarcliea Mild llrllln' XotHlth'tardlng the enormous expense conneited with thiscrand production regular prices vH prevail, viz 7c. v-e.Ss; Keserved seats nn on sileat Harris's Clear Mote with out extra (halge I.IILBWIIII. Ill II I . l.,.-.....W.T,.., il.M. -Mll.il III l-s Al I, TTESDAY, DECEMBER IS, '87. Th InlmltaUa Irih ComrJInr. Vocalist and lancer. mh. pat mm The Charming ouag oubrette. MISS KATIE ROONEY And IheXeworkStarCoinedy Company. In the reconstructed version of the three act arce Comedy, "PAT'S WARDROBE." "tsaXA IIA Vl. Kreil, M llson, ... Malinger. Ml the famous lloonev specialties Intro duced, let ludlng his great soLg. "Let 'erilo. (a'lazher." and the Incomparable r-.mthern Uulutelte, In ceins f melody from the popular uperas of Huddgore, Mtkdo.Lrmlnle. Little Tyeon Keserved seats at Pierce's I'sual prices. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE, dm: mciit om,i, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14. The charrninglittle Comedienne andOhlo't Kavorlte. "TlielJltle Klr trie Mattel )," LIZZIE EVANS, And a Carefully ''elected ompany. In her latest and most successful ctmedy In four a.ts. by Ed. J Mvartz. ot 1'hila . entitled OURANCEL Urxlc LiatHna "1IIoiiii, tntroduclot; tlie Anftf NEW SQNES. DJINGES, MEDLEYS. Admis'lon.ix SOc and 7oC on sale at Pierce's Keserved scats DRS.NILES& ALCORN Otnres hini'sN'ew EulldlJg. Market Stret.1, .-prlHEfleld. Ohio. IIK.M1.KS, Phytlclan and urgeon Ilt. Al.tOKN, Oculist and Aurist iT WORLD HOLIDAY SLIPPERS AND LADIES' Ten per cent, less than any house in the city. Retail at Wholesale Prices. Do not fail to see us before you FROM OLD FATHERLAND. Dr. Jay W. Morrjon "Writes the Re- pablio an Interesting Letter from Berlin. Rtllsliablc Description nt the Ocean "oTap,e irnnpe lght4 ami tnci In I he Herman Ittlrnl JIMrlit Vote and Incident. The following bright letter from Dr. .lay , ., . it, i, .. , W. Morrison, now In Berlin, w ill be re.ul with Interest Ui i.i in, Xov. 15, 1SS7. Demi Editok For a week 1 have been graduillv vvorLing mself up to the iiolnt or writing a letter home I know that . ... ...... , . . lime can ue saw mat is uw or original 01 an ocean vo.vage at tills daj, when we pack up and run over to Ktigland with as little concern as when we in Cincinnati for the day. Hut in spite ot this 1 am writing We left ev 1 ork Saturday, October 1 at S p. m. Our ship was the North C.tiiiian J.lovi llinlnm, and lie is a tltflit good captain, too. As 1 was alone In Xew York I had ex pected no one to "see me off." but a few minutes before we left Mr. Charles S. Kay caino aboard, and ti tether we examined the fehip that was to be in) home for ten or twelve dajs and we found lur a writable "floating palace'' Indeed, hilid'ome' equipped and funil-heit with a degree of elegance aud comfort eo.ua! to au traui shlp sailii'g from New York rroiuptlyat 2:15 the "gong"' sounded and "all ashore" was shouted throughout the ship. Hand-shakings were-cut shoit. adieus were Miiothercil in kises and tears I saw great strong men. whose oirpsquh ered and w hoe exes idled with tear-, as thej said good-bjo to Ioed ones to be ab sent for months or erhaps foreter. At our first dinner, (which was called at 5 o'clock), we were prevnted with a li-t of firsts, abin passengers. 1 ient much of the urst daj or two in Inspecting this and mik ing gue s as to the names of the passtn gets Soon, however, the rescue that we oil broucht with us, began to wear awaj. i Cards wire exchanged and the business of making acquaintances was coinmencts!. 1 found the names of but fift peonle on the list. Hut then October is not the month ' that Americans choo-e to cross the ocean for pleasure. Ami so I hud that our p is-1 sengers are made up of business men going to Kurope to buj goods, Kurojieaiis rt turn ing home, and a number, like nnself, going I abroad to study. It seems to me that we had en few dis agreeable passengers. The few "snobs" that we hae In America don't go to Kurope at this season of the jear. I ireume. Hut we did ha e not a f ew people w horn It was a pleasure and a privilege to mett. There was Dr. Currv. United States minister to Spain, with his wife, on their waj to Madrid, after (pending a short i-itin America. There was the Hon. Itichinond 1'earson and family, of North Carolina going out for a prolonged sojourn abroad; theie was Dr. Dirner. of Hungary, who represented ins country' at the late interna tional medical concres at Washington. D C; there were live oung ladies going abroad to finish their musical education. The above named ladies gae us several impromptu concerts in tile saloon. The weather during our voy.ige was rath er cold and raw in the morning and at even ing: but during the daj it was perfect. and when we were off the New Foundland "banks," wo saw nothing of fogs or clouds So w missed hearing the fog-whistle whicli is a hoarse, shrieking performance repeated t everj minute or two. sons .t. Co . the shoe leaders, are offering On the morning of our eighth ilij out this ear the handsomest line of liolulav land was sighted, and as vveapproaMieil slippers and shoes that Springfield has Iate the English coa-.t "all hands'1 were on deck 1 had an opportunity of seeing. A re in vet a itoim! look nt land nnee iniknt Tim norter stenneil Into IIih store this innrnliie- da was delightful, and the whlt cliffs of I the hngllsn coast, with the beautiful waters of the channel, make a lovelv picture. , Vessels of evei description pass us nit div long. and at night, as xse piss a North led the time, however, in intelligent!) Genu in Dot it steamer, she welcomes us I scanning the great stock carried by l'ar wlth a brilliant dispiav of ltoman calidls sons & Co. At 5 o clock in tlie afternoon we take on: our pilot, aud soon are passing the Isle of i WighL The Southampton pissengers are rejoiciueto think that their ocean voyage is over. And we who are going on to many congratulate ourselves that we onlv have t went j -six hour. more. As we leave' Southampton, the new moon shines tender ly through the moist atmosphere on the En glish coast, and the ship sp,sl over the rippling, sparkling waters with an even keel that banished all disturbance and left us in unniarreu enjovment of even hour i during the evening. llut the net morning the Hoods began to descend, and the winds, loaded with frozen mist, begin to break upon us, and ail day long we drove our aa through what to us pas sengers at least, passed for a hiavj gale. We were knocked about like so uianj blocks of wood, and walking was like climbing a pitched roof, llut few were ill. and all M-emed to take the discomfort as a matter of course. I asked an officer if this was not what he w ould call a v ioient storm i He looted at m" with n pltjiugsmlle for a moment and said, .-saw.-' 1 believe tLe sails could be rent and torn from the mast. ,i To .,h ""," ,,, V. Ti 7.," ' Lot want to miss hearing him on "The ,H Si Ju "' ", a'lrS " W.w to Heaven Made Plain." He has made would be onh a stiff breeze. .,.., , M , .,,.1 ,.i , , ,a , At eleven oclock Monday night Monday night we droptied anchor In liremen harbor. dropped anchor In llremen harbor. The mall goes to liremen that night, but we passengers do not leave the steamer until Tuesdaj morning. Our wa from liremen harbor to liremen was through the most beautiful green mead ows, all as Hat ami ev en as a floor. The fanners in German) live in villages and not upon their farms. This, of course, causes much loss of time in passing from house to land, but time does nof count for as much here as in America. I see as many women working in the fields as men, and they seem to do all kinds of fa nn work, from handling a spade to driving a team of cows. In America Li,r,1.ti,e Popular Jeweler, ni.i.laj. cows are milked in the morning and then n,i.ome Line of tw,!.. they loaf around ail daj; but in Germany j A desirab!e present may be selected the cows do most of the farm work as well from , ,arge and ,,,, ysUvk of Ieo rii?f..vi;;.i.. . . i i r . '"raiin. the jeweler, at Xo. 11 East Main .iJifnTa. T'"e4 "nch,,nfrnr0 stre.t. It embraces an elaborate assort tliosefomd in America. Tie plow is the ,uent , uiM ,,, watohes sni, ,e,t "".f,01' "."ri , ''I' ' a '. ,'!!:e ' chains, clocks that are new in design, dia- used in America before the revolutionary war. The roads here, as a general thing. SJTefiil'l PrnTipi! LIT u"". P??1 f 'ZZl'iTX LSl'?ie, .'": ' are planted. There seems to be an almost entire ab-ence of pleasure wagons among German farmers, and jou see scarcelj any one driving for pleasure in the rural d' tricts. When a farmer comes to town lie usuallj driv es one horse alongside of the tongue of a farm wagon. At Urenien I staid only long enough to have a hurried sight of the old city. The rionianesiiue caineurai, mini in luiu.-m ' Which were hue frescoes and pictures, was one of the most Interesting things I saw. The colossal Itoland statue, built In 1412. around which at the tine of its erection courts of justice were held, was also of In terest. I left liremen on Wednesda) morning and arrived in Hamburg in time to visit the exchange. At this great focus of business . five thousand brokirs, merchants and shlp-l ovvneis congregate daily t I o'clock, ami for confusion Halel was goal order com pared to It. Hamburg U much more like as American city than as) I have seen in Germany, and is one of ths leading com mercial cities of Europe In the cen ter of the city there ls a large vrster part or late, called the Alster. Thl Is well supplied with teara launches which make regular trips from one port to anotu-r. On the shore of this beautiful 1 lke are to be found the fine residences of 1 Hamburg. From Hanburg I cam" on to Herlln. the capital of Prussia, residence of the etnieror or Oermstij ami seat of the linperhl gov- "'": and last but not lea,t the home of I tin-Hon lleorge II. Pendleton. K.rU., is one of the nio,tliitenMlng cities of Kurope. and i filled with cat!es, pal- aces and statues, all of historical interest. ' Hut in v time has been so taken up with ' hospital and chemical work that I have not Wtel much outside of the unlveMtv. 1 find the opportunities for practical work in all branches of medicine are tirst class, and X imd not a few American plijsldaiis ! taking advantage of them. There are over MX inousaim students ailerming trie unlver- nuj. vtu tiiuuMtiiu (u which uejong lu ine niHiical department. iii Pi i .r" f Duelling among the students here is isr V n,J nl rltsl n frightful degree, and If a stii .. i -:.-. . dent has not two oi three long t.word cuts across his complexion, he Ls looked upon as a coward. 1 am told, however, that thej are very careful that nothing but the face shall be injured. I have an Invitation to witness our of then duels as soon as the corps to which my friend belongs. Ins a quarrel to decide. So. perhaos, in a future letter 1 ma; lie abe to give the modus ujierandi of a Cerinaii student's duel. The emperor was quit ill last week and theciowds that gathered in front of lis palace to see him were disappointed, but biinday noon he was at his stud window looting as well as usuil. News Ins been received here toda) that I tl ii .nal.idv of the crown prince Ls believed l by Ids phsicians to be of a cancerous na ture aud the deepest sorrow ahtl grief are felt hero for hint. .1. W. M. APPROACHING NUPTIALS. Mr. Snnitiel M. Miller anil Mix Itlnnrlie unn lo lie MnrrleJ on Nest Weilnesita l.venlnc. The following invitation, ueatlv printed on handsome board, has been issued to the friends and rIatives of the contracting parties: i Mr ami Mrs ALrrRT Cons request your presence at the marriage rcremonyot their daughter. BLWCHE. io a. M. MILLER. Wednesday evening, December 14th. at s o'clock. No 25 west Kler street SraiMtiiKUi. Ohio. HOLIDAY FOOTWEAR. The shoe Lender. Are nt the I- ront.ua Usual, with Christians t.ooils. Thehleaof giving handsome Christmas presents has come down hand in hand with our advanced civilization, and Is a dainty ami appropriate custom. Hut farbetttris It to give presents which are not only hand- some, but serviceable and Useful as well. And tills reminds tlin Id I't'iti.ic that l'ar- for the purixseof Bering what he could ee. but the proprietors and clerks were all so husy that our young man was left almost .entirely to his own reflections. Heoccu- " hat struct him most particularly was the display of eleeant holiday slippers. ' They were In all grades and sizes elegant hand-embroiderel plush with insoles of Cer-piullted satin, being the most striking. 1 hen In fancy shoxs for Iailies, of the rich est material and most fashionable make. the stock stands perfectly pre-eonuunt. Xot only this, but every grade of foot wear, from the cheapest to the most rovallj tine, and for man, woman and child, can be found in tiio vast stock at prices that make gra-headed other dealers. The fact that 1'arsons & Co. are the shoe monarchs of Springfield has melted Into a proverb and never wis the fact better illustrated than at this time. The tay to Heaveu Mail, l'l tin." Hj special request Elder U. S. Groves, the evangelist for the Disciples of Christ, who sjsike to such a large audience last S jmlay night in Temperance hall, orner of High and Mechanic streets, will preach to- morrow evening at the same place on "The Way to Heaven Made I'laln." Those who beard Elder Groves last Sundav eveiilmr en "Shall We Know Our Friends in Heaven?" t.. . i ' .i. . i , ' ?"""" ?., ? " S "Sr.iiZS? i a verj important subject al 11 a, in "The Church as one Motly and Christ as its l.iv lug, (ilorined Head." Evening services at 7 p in The hall is large and pleasant and ever effort will be made to seat all that come. The joung and those not attending church regularly anywhere, are especially invited b) the speaker to come and hear. The speaker saj she Is heredoing the Lord's work, and asks the help end encouragement of all good people. ALL READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS. moiids lu sets, and ail that is suitable for a handsome and useful present. Mr. liraun Im. 4a1 at .tkaLetIaf tvAlnp 4rk aa1aj 4)tA tjt-4 of PKHlTthat was ever shown in this ol.J. Mr. Brant. leads the trade In holiday goods and makes the largest and Iiatid- somest dispiav. Not Hani to Find. The west end headquarters for Christmas tree ornaments and all other Christiuts presents in the baker) and confectionery line in the cit) at Frank & Hax's, Xo. lu west Main street. We have a complete llne )lf new aml desirable goods. Qui home - i - mle n.l linnnrtnl enmlla are limn anil the best. Our prices are lock bottom. It will par vou to call on us before purchas ing elsewhere. A Chrlntnins l'retent. Messrs. W. C. Downey & Son have a nice line of silverware, and the) make some useful Christmas presents. Better go in and see them. CHURCHES TOMORROW. Flrt PMitytcrtan.coraer Main and Fisher sireeis ie" .v. aisoner. i u . pastor. The Lord's Susper administered at 11 a m. At " ;S) p. m . a service ol song, with a stort address at the end In bbalt of young men Youn people's meeting ate 5p.m. Sabbath school at S0 a m. Ine public cordially In vited Central M. F Sabbath school at 9 a m Preacnlrg at 10 SO a m by Rev. 5 A "rt. t 1) , President ot ittenberg college. P.egular evening service at7jp m Tounz P'oMe's' meeting at o 3tfp m Sean ore tree, strangers! cordially welcomed. . St PanlM F.church, Yellow Springs street, near High Kev. Thomas Collett. pastor. Sunday school at a a m. 1'reachlDii at l.30a m by I'.ev. Mr. Ueeer. of Irte conference, I'eniisylvanls.nndat 7 So p m by Kev. Ur H. A Husl, of lllch Mreet church. Younit Peo ple's League meets att)3Up. in All are in vited to ihele services i First Congregational. Center street, between Main and High Mmday school at "Jt a m Ham, 'oung .Men of SprlnKfleld." S t) p m.Y 1' s. cE meetlnit ou are cordla'ly Invited to all services, llev bamuel P llunlap. pastor. becuud Fiullsh Lutheran L. A (lotnal.l. pastor .sun lay school at 9 a. m. No chunh services In the morning on u count of Third Lutheran church dtdlcatton services sermon In the evening at 7 Join behalf of the 1. M.U. A work. . oung people s meeting at 6 45 p in. ivennesaayeveoingserviccsat; jo. vatecnet leal class on Irlday evening at 7. Everybody Invited and made welcome. Concregatlonal Lseemla avenue. W. U"al li e Pierce, pastor. Preaching at 10-SO a m. and nt 7 Hi n m. Mornlnir suhlect "The ( brlsilsn and Temptation." Evenlrg subject "Uoil In History and In Hilly Life" un day school at 2 to Young people's praise meetlni; at 6 l' p. m Prayer meeting vtd nesdav evening at 7 10 oVlm k. hubiert "(,od ill Altllction " Jlnincers cordially vvel- I conitsl. Methodist Protestant Churru Corner of Pleasant and Winter streets s. j,. Hemlng I pastor. Sunday sctiool at a m .conducted by VIrs Ileorge Stephens Preaching at lojn a in .by Kev A. II. Trumbo Kecause of the dedication of th Third l.utherui church, i there will be no other services In the church that diy Prayer meeting every Wednesday eveiili.g. Alt cordlallv Invited to attend. Urst I.'ithere rner lltuli and Factory stnet-K -. J. B. Ilclnlir. 1 1 , pastor, i aahK,.i echool at 9 a. in. Preachlnir at lOTn a m. Toaaf people . meeting at fi "Sj p m I Noevenin. . j. The subject In tee mom Int. to he eed of Jqieclal VVork for, nunc VIen." Prayer meetlngan 1 lecture on Mediesday evening You aie cordially In i vlted to all of these services Third Kmtllsh Lutheran Church, corner of Tenter aud Liberty streets Kev. K Lee Fleck, pastor The dedication services of this church will take place on Sunday. Deill cation sermon by Kev Iir tlntnald at W330a m. lit the afternoon at 1 o'clock, addresses by Dr lullerton. Ur I'.lchard. and Kev J (.'. 7lniTer:nan. of York. 1'a m rmon at 7:W p. m I'S Hr.J.t! Helwlg II are cordially In vlteu to attend these servlcts second Ilaptlst, south factory street Rev. Wilton it. Boone, p-istor. Sunday school at 9 " h. m Preaching by the p-vstor at II a m and at Jo p. m. All Invittd and ma.lewtlcomn. Christ Church (Kplscnpil Rv.W.tV. Steel, rector; residence, UJ north Limestone street Services Holy commuulon. except on first t-undayin the month,'.! 15a. m ; on first fcun ilvy In the month. 11 a in. .Morning service, II; evening service. 7 30. All are Invited to attend. .second Presbyterian Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 lo n m . by the uastor. Kev. (3. IL HUIerton. I) I) oung people's meeting atn 45n in. I'mver n'eetingvvednesdayeven - lngatiUSop m. All are cordlilly Invited to attend. Christian On High street, west of Median- ie street. Rev. Dr. .Summerlmll. the m.tor. will preach a little sermon for the little folks at? (ma. in. servlcesat II a m and7J0p m. At II a m ' liod s Lamentations for sin-j If who writes a good, plain hand.todo wrlt ners " At ..TO p m Iree lecture on "Rap- Ing and copying. Address A.I) , Republic ot- iisui nine! ami iuuim i niy-r uieei- lug onHeitnesdiynlsht. All Invited. Seats are free. Come and see. North Side Presbyterian Chapel Preaching service on Sunday evenlns at 7JW o'clock by the Kev. W ) smith ot Wittenberg Sunday school .its 30 p m Prayer meetlngnn Wed ueijjy evening at 7.JU. All are welcome to alt these services. High street M. E.church-Uev. R. II Rust. I). 1. pistor. Sunday school at J) a. m Hreirbiug by the pastor at 11 p. m. and 4 p in I'raver meeting Wednesday evening at 7J0p m. Lverybody welcome. Urst lliptlst Sunday school at 2rt a m I'reachingat 11 ani and 7.. p.m. by the pastor. Kev. A. LltWIlUnsoH. l. 1. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Allarecordially Invited to thete services. Lnconda L . U chitrch C. J. Ilurkert. Dastor. 1'reacning at iv.-xi a in ana s p .in sibbatbiare not governed by cordially In-1 safe Co .Cincinnati. 0. school at 'J a m. strangers are vlted. ' North stirs t A. M. E. church Regular services at 11 a in Sunday school at 2 su p m. Preaching services at 7 JO p m. Class , meeting on iridaynlnht and prayer meeting i on Thursday night. Seats free btrasgers I and friends made welcome to alt the services I Kev. vv . 11. Maxwell, pastor. TnlversalUt South Market, near Pleasant Sundiy school at 3Ua. m." Thomas Dcvltt. siiperlnteadenl At Ham. Kev. Henrietta il Moore will p'eieh. o evening servtee. All friends of the Sunday school are lequested to be firesent. toarrauge fora Lhrismas serv ice, tome, friends. Grace M E. Church-On west Main street, l'reaeblngby the pastor. Kev.G L Tufts, at 10.30 a in. Sabbilh school at 2.50 p m. and a Oospe! service at 9 (tospel service Wednesday evening. Children's class on Fri day at 4 p.m. Every one will find a hearty welcome. i. United Presbyterian, corner of Limestone and Mulberry streets sabbath school at '.' 3D a m Preaching by iter. Joseph Kyle, the pastor, at II a m and 7..T) n mourjg people's meeting at G.30 p. m. Prayer meet lngevcry Wednesday evening. All are cordi ally Invited tlcadil nurtera. bant) Claus is making his headquarters with I.iuibocker this year, and has a full line of presents to suit everybody. I.im bocker has in his stock aver) nice tine of goods that excel in beauty and can not be seen at any oilier place In this cit). Kead his "ad." A Word to the. iloya. The new tobogganing sled ami nil the other makes are in crreat varietv at V C. Ilounev A Son's Seethe new bobs and now ney i aoii s. see me nt vy oous aim other sleds, then make) our boy a present that will please him more than an) thing else. Klrst-ClAiM Fliotomphy. Bamugardner Is now making the finest I pictures in the country. They are all re touched b) the hand of our experienced artist and not by machinery, as used by some other photographers in the city. All work guaranteed. Its superior excellence nroven In millions ol homes for more than a quarter of a century. It is used by the United States Government. Lndorsed by the heads ot the Oreat Universi ties as the Strongest. Purest. Molt Healthful. lr. Price's the only llaklng Powder that does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold nnlvln Cans PKICK BAKI.VO POWDER CO.. aaWVOKK. CHICAGO. ST. LOCI j PURE D?PRICES CREAM Making ; powder i hCravpkAjthuw rlpttant0oaump I WkeOCtJU, W hpPPnC CtHlfh. H 4MVn.BOU rw ilira Daannciv nrnom la draBd sv Af lh tttm a Prtr M rt Oim tin. TKa flaaitlna fW Brr-1 iv mrrmw m ma on 17 in I whit ftranim. and Ur our A BmittHiad t a Ore( a Krd-1 .atrip KMwon-uton na uei iS A- -l C JUterjt CPs.SoWl fTvpwtanwtiiii, u 9. Chew LmmtfTw Plact-TM reatTobarro Au- Litest Collars an I Caffs Mnpsrlcr lnailir and Fit. The shirt Maker, Hatter and Furul.lier, (. East Jfnln Street. ' PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FHKK ADVKRTIIIJCO. OX AND 4FTKR Today the Springfield Duu. . KircBt'o will Insert such "ads" aa "Want" t KircBt'o will Insert such "ads" aa "Wants' Lost." "For Rent." "For Sale." etc, In thla column one time free, three timet for twentr- ire cenu, ana six limes ror ntiy cents THEsPKINliriELDPUB.CO. My23.1sST. WANTED TTTANTED To trade first mnrtirage note.well IT secured, worth $200 00. fnr real estate in ornsarthe city of Springfield. O. Address. I. 0. lioi. Kn. sprlngfield. 0. alb I7AMhI)-Cnpylng work to do on the type- i " writer. "Hammond" machine used, sat , lsfactory work guaranteed j -I south .Market street.clty. Address or call at 2ila itrivrcn u ,,.4. .,-. 7Z7 ; i W AMKD-Boardert at 1.2 south tenter. I ' Jb I I llTAXrEIl-Bya younc lady of eiDerlence i uce. Z.TII rrr.lNTEIv An experienced book keeper to If solicit wholesale and retail houses for an Indispensable feature; from " to fJJ per day can be made. V 111 give exclusive agency to the right p irty. Address. Ous Frwy. 316 sad Jit. north third street. St. Louis, Mo. TTTANTEIi Ladles to work on our fancy i coons tor (nenoiiasy ana winter trade sent any distance lull particulars free Ad dress. Lllot Manufacturing Co, It and 45 Eliot street, notion. .Mass tlTAXTED Man to take the agency of our it saies, size-sx.sxismcnes: weigntvuioa ; retail price Sl; other sizes In proportion. A rare chanie to createa permanent business at home. These safes meet a demand never be fore supplied by othersafe companies, as we tne sale rooi. Alpine .77 ITT ANTED-All kinds of clothe wringers to IT repair, called for and delivered; order ay mall promptly attended to. S.X. Miller. M We aln. FOR RENT. DOIl ItEVr- Four moras, all dowu stairs. f Man and wife preferred. Kent So. Ai west Jvorth street. F0K UEVT Room; a very desirable, nicely furnished front rovm. suitable for one or two gentlemen, at 111 South Market street, one square, from Arcade Reference required, ln qutreon the premises or of J. I). Clarke. Wtf FOR SALE. FOIt SLK Two ponies and two wagons. I niulre at V7 Pearl street. JWr FOR S LE Cheap, two lamps and posts suit able for farm houses. Address.C. C. liowlus, 115 south Market street. la FDR S VH Varru Forty acres of good land koo.1 barn, house of six rooms, and other out buildings never falllne well ot water, situated six mtles south of snnngrleld In iiuire on the premises of C It. litest 3. ."slmt LOST. LOsT A gold medal belonelng to one of (111 more's musicians. A liberal reward will be paid by returning to Arcade Hotel STRAYED. STIUM.H-trom the premises of the sub scriber a dark hrowu Alderney heifer, two sears old. short, thick neck, short hornjilvlng information Ie idlng to her recov- ery left at Burnett's grocery. Main ttreet.or at the residence of the owner will be liberally .rewarded. Win. M. leazeil. tl east High I street. 2s)t FOUND. LVJIVH dirk brown hunting dog. with L leather collar Owner can have bvcatllnir and tdentlfyln; same, at 311 west Main street FOR SALE OR TRADE. ' yOK ALEOR TRAUE-Ten acre of icood f second bottom land, good frame bouse ot fi rooms, small tenement house, large barn Will .trade for city proeerty. or sell tor cash. Room No. 1 Lagonda Uank building. George II. Coles A Son JUlt MONEY TO LOAN. M0NKYT0 LOtX In sums to suit, on first mortgage and good commercial paper. Call and see us. Hoom So 1. Lagonda Bank building. George II. Coles k Son. TtOV'T Wlow a peddler or tinker toattempt I Have ttdone right at the WKlMjElx. W rinaer factory. Mechanic street, near W ash ilngton. U.S. loos Co. 215-Sat-tf LONG'S PURE CANDY ! ". Kelt) 'a Arcide, 109 West Mln. W. A. GROSS & CO., UNDERTAKERS AND J5MIIALMEBS, 150 West Main Street. Old Drlscoll Building, sprtngfleld.O. Offlce open day and night. ieiepnone xo.sw. . V. A. GROSS. T.A.OR0SS. 141 S. Factory I Residence over Offloe. rtir INwl4i lnUtH. Bi i mis COME NOW AND BUY Before the.Chrislmas rush. Our prices are the wy lowest, and we'll hold the goods for Christmas Islittry. TOYS! TOYS! Never before in this city. Look out! Our Ainua. CHEAP CANDY SALE! BEGINS NEXT WEK. C. W. PAYNTER & CO., 91 and 93 West Main and 40 South Market Street. CHARLES LUDLOW & CO., PHARMACISTS. WE ARE OFFERING AT A GREAT BARGAIN Chamois Skins and and Brushes, Mirrors, Hair Brushes, Cloth Brushes, Whisk Brooms, and a gen eral line of Toilet Goods. CHARLES LUDLOW & CO., Pharmacists, 55 East Main Street WHAT YOU foh CHRISTMAS GUGENHEIM'S! WHITE SATIN SUSPENDERS, INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS. SILK UNO PLUSH NECKM ! SILK, SATIN AND CASHMERE LEATHER COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES, FANCY NICHT SHIRTS, Furs, Robes, Gloves, Umbrellas, etc. 03J- HE. Cn&CINBifjAJFX. This Famous Firm, the Largest Manufacturers tf Alaska Seal Skin Garments and Fine PUR GOODS I" the United States, will be represented at the ARCADE HOTEL, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12 and 13, by Mr. George S. Stevens, wha will exhibit in the hotel parlors an elegant line ef Seal Skin garments in all the new styles, Fur Rebes, Fur Sets, Muffs, etc. The ladies and gentlemen ef Spring S field are respectfully invited to be present This will be a golden opportunity to buy useful and beautiful Christmas Gifts at the MANUFACTURER'S Lowest PRICES. FINE SHOES buy Boots, Shoes, Slippers or Rubbers. Sponqes. Bath Gloves CAN FIND lT- T & CO. -1 r ' ' """ vJdlEflKrai,5J-i:1;.'1 ", ft.. ift.v4? sfc. &' mPilsA-iiSiffA: - ?- .a ' --, - ; . tv ' &.?' U-"