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mamiiilnwf. i u.-wrgwg!Mg,ui.MiiiJ-- - - 1 , , irinTTTT'-rF CyfT1f-gfcfwsjf-yCTp.3)Wii,j. ..iikhj HEPtTBLlO, SATURDAY BV3CKiyQ. DECEMBER 10. 1887, MBl. lTf;.1r?lr,..1,l, - ,r- y t. flHMtfatgaaBBMBpaa -.---- i i i wii n JW U MM1 gjUMU L j i S8fe.. i-jv'tr? m- "jar kav COUGH CANDIES! Dr. Casper hai all the best Couch Lozenges Ma Candtta. fresh and good, adapted for Coachi and Cold. rehMU Cragk Ouiij, WIM Cherry CMcfcCudT, CtltafMtSoeklCMdr, Catalcam Loxnff , Tar Coach Drops Llrorke Lozeacr s Lime Fralt Tablet, Pile Tex Ceig-fc Camiy. Feftemkt Lcinffr, Pare Stick Licorice. All for Mlt at Lowest rrlces at CASPER'S Drug Store, Nk, atolaBteMt,Sd Daar Wast f I4aMasaaa,Sarlacflal4. Coatlac Evcnta. Grand. Saturday, Dec 10. Wills. Ilen- ahaw and Ten Broeck In "Two Old Cro- tae." Ceud-Monday, Dec. 12, "Around the World in Eighty Days" Black's Tuesday evening, Dec IS, the treat Pat Rouney and his star alliance. Black's Wednesday evening, Dec 14, Hiss Lizzie Evans in "Our Angel." LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. J. E. Heffelfinger arrived home this Mrnlnt:. Mayor Kelly went to Dayton on business this morning. Mr. S. A. Bowman went to Columbus to day on business. Mis. William Cooler, of Xenia. Is as BlstinK friends In this city. Dalrr Maids' drill Tuesday night. Last ypertonity. Don't fail to see the drill. Maw Estella May Harman. of Olmstead, ilL. Is Tislttnf Mrs. C. J. Weltmer, of north Market street. Fred Ringgold. Morris McClellan and Win. Irvin were arrested yesterday for dis orderly conduct. This morning a case cr scarlet feter was reported at the residence of Mr. W les, N"o, 135 Tork (treat. The Charles T.Ellis "Casper the Yod ler" company went to Richmond today t ia the Pan Handle. Misses Anna SfcNalr and Sarah Hagsr aad Mrs. Dr. Thome, of Yellow Springs, ware In town today. It la reported that the big, fat baggage- master. Captain Pindar, is eating gumdrops to reduce his fatness. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Sherman, of Syra cuse, N. Y., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Farmer, of south Market street. The will of the late John K. Smith, of Pike township, was admitted to probate today. It contains no public bequests. The committee on district organization of the Associated Charities will meet in the superintendent's office on Monday after noon at 2:30 o'clock. The Union Veterans' union will hold a meeting at the Jefferson club room on next Tuesday evening, December 13. All mem hers be prompt in attendance. Hon. Thomas A. Cowgill, senator-elect from this district, was elected president of the board of trustees of the State unUersIty at their session Thursday morning. The rooms will be open on Tuesday af ternoon for all who desire to examine the articles for sale at the fancy bazar at the Dairy Maids' Jubilee, Grand Army hall. A (old-headed silk umbrella, with rather dark bamboo handle, was left in the Grand opera house last night It was missed when the owner reached the door, but when he returned to get it it had been car ried away. This may ha e been accidental or purposely, but, at all events, the party a known and It will be better in any event (or Mm to return it to the IterL'UMc office. The Misses Hirst, of Yellow Springs are In the city today. Remember Yondsy night's meeting at Black's opera liouc The hospital plijsicians will organize for work next Monday evening. Eerbody is initel to the Y. M. C. A. meeting Monday night at Black's opera house. The "Old Cronies" company came In this morning from Utbana. They are at the Lagomia. Superintendent VanTasscll, of the Ohio Southern, returned this morning from a business trip. A male chorus of at least twentj male voices will sing eeral line selections on Monday night at Walk's. Mr. C. I Maxwell, of Xenia, one of the most prominent colored law)ers in the state, was In the city j otcrday. The Dunlap opera compan went to Daj ton this morning. Tomorrow the company will pass througli here en route to Colum bus w here tliej play on Monday night Mr. Ed Day, who lias been in the 1. 15. & W. ticket office for some time, jesterday resumed hisoM position as station baggage master of the 1. 11. A. W. Ed Is a popular trunk hustler. The case of Wm. Johnson, charged with stealing two valuable dresses from Mrs. A. T. Byers. was called in the police court yesterday afternoon, but was continued until Monday. Hear Mr. Blerce, of the Stllwcli-Biercc Manufacture company. Dajton, on Monday night at Black's opera house. Mr. John Dodd, of Da) ton, manufacturer of agricul tural implements, will also speak. Mr. Charles A. Coles, of this city, is now a traveling salesman for Foster, Milburn A Co., manufacturing druggists of Buffalo, X. Y., and has a handsome and lucrative position. Charley is a hustler and deserves success. Mr. Carroll J. Hollow ay, formerly of this city, now with the "TansIU's Reina" Cigar company, of Chicago, Is evidently already connected with the Elks of that city. He sends the Hi itiii ic a handsome programme of a social session to be git en by Chicago lodge, Xo. -J, December G. Mr. Iwis I. Morris, a wealthy farmer. Milt Morris, attorney at law, Mr. Henry Morris, ticket and freight agent C. M. V. railroad, and Mr. Samuel Morris, cashier of the Third National bank, all of Circle tile, Ohio, will spend Sunday w ith their brother, Mr. Charles E. Morris, west High street. ALLECEO FALSE PRETENSES. Theodore Loehrrk Chare! With Ob. tnlnlng Money by Crooked Mni. Last (Frida) evening, between 8 and 9 o'clock, Mr. A. S. Trout, accompanied by Oflicer Xicklas, called at the residence of l'olice Court Clerk Morrill and asked for a warrant for the arrest of one Theodore lAiebeck, on the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses. Mr. Trout made the nccoary affidavit, the warrant was issued and placed in the hands of Officer Xicklas, w ho arrested Loebeck a short time after ward anil lodged him in jail. It seems that Loebeck was one of the proprietors of the Eby house, on west Washington street and desiring to leave Springlielt). sold his interest in the hotel to Trout for S200. agreeing to clear his inter est In the house from debt Trout alleges that loebeck left town without settling the bills, thus making him liable for them. Loebeck returned to Springfield last night and Trout thereupon had him arrested. This morning Mrs. Loebeck paid the bills. and as Trout refused to push the case far ther, Ixielieck was released. It was a sort of misunderstanding all around. Many useful and fancy articles were left from the successful bazar held at the U. I'. church, on Limestone street last week. These will be offered for sale at reasonable rates, in the Sabbath school room, aext Thursday, December lMh, from 3 to 5p.m. I'ersons preparing for holiday bazars would do well to examine the collection. To all such a reduction will be made. a I Ladies who wish to see the best value in Dress Goods in Springfield will do well to call on MURPHY & BRO., and note the bargains they offer in Suitings, from 25 cents up. A Trrrlfic Tumble. We have given our solemn promise, un der all sorts of dire threats, to mention no names, but it has probably been some time since we have noticed as perceptible n ripple of excitement as was jesterday cre ated by a little incident which occurred on east Main street. Owing, no doubt, to the present wet weather and the muddy, slippery condition of our streets this little accident occurred, and, while It is now laughed otr as a good Joke, jet for a time it really iooded serious for the party most Interested. We may probably as well add that the principal in this affair is one of the best known citizens of SprngSeld, which will make it all the more interesting to our readers. The "tumble" above alluded to consists of a most wonderful reduction in the price of our Scotch ChcvioU from S33 00 to 25.00 : These goods, consisting of the v erj" new est and nobbiest that money can procure, can be seen at the store of Jason W. Phil lips, Xo. 39 east Main street and, while the "fall" is a remarkable one. let us add the hope that the reader didn't "tumble" before reading the above advertisement Only a Knife. Ever body wants a pocket knife, and the bnest line of these goods are on sale at w. C Downey & Son's. A knife makes a nice present Fifty dozen three-quarter size Linen Napkins, only $1.75. Our customers tell us "nothing to compare with in the city under $2.50 per doz." MURPHY & BRO. iri..u Are for serviceable wear in suits or over coats, rubber goods or furnishing goods. the "When" has everything a little cheaper than everybody else. Removal. Mr. T. W. Bean, the harness maker, has removed his place of business from Xo. 24 south Limestone street to Xo. 18 north Limestone street, in St James hotel block. Reliable Waterproofs. La dies' circulars, Newports and Raglans. Children's circulars and "Mother Hub bards." All warranted. Prices the lowest. MURPHY & BRO. Beautiful Carving" Beta. A beautiful carving set such as you find at W. C. Downey 6 Son's, is one of the nicest Christmas presents j ou could make to the bead of the house. New Clothing Store. Iii the room known as Xo. 97 west Main street, in the Bowman block, Messrs. Jacobs Aarons will open a large and well selected stock of ready-made clothing. Ready-made clothing embraces all styles and sizes for men and bojs and these very men and boys of this city and vicinity will find their size and price at this house. Call next week and see what they will have to show j ou. The 5 and 10 cent store are advertising tneir goods for the holidays. Read what they say in their big ad. Buy Hocking and Jackson coal of Braley & Barber, Xo. 77 south Market street I Special bargains in ladies All Wool vests, only 75 cents. MURPHY & BRO-r Ilitrinr the month of December The Nelson Business Collfge will sell schol arships ou the following terms: U diwu, balance in three (3) moathly payments. dS s. Zj STOP BIGHT -AJt:E YOU GOIITG TO BUT V GOLD OR SILVER "". rer a Christmas present ? Or if not a Watch or Clock, perhaps some piece of Jew t lry. Ornament to adorn the house or person, Silver Sets or Table Ware. If so, call at C. C. FRIED'S, 6 E. MAN f Wh has the grandest display of such goods for the holidays of any house in the city. Call and see him. He sells If ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. a-a-awBwaBBBBBaaWBaBBBBaBBBBBja aaa"aBWaaaaa"aBBBBaBBBBBBBjBBBaaataaafaBaaaaa"afatfa"a"a 3 OUR CHRISTMAS TREE Is loaded chuck full of all the nice Musical Goods that could be thsught of Music Boxes, Aristons, Autoharps, Orchest rones, Guitars, Violins, full size and three quarter sizes ; Mandolines, Harps, Benes, Musical Supplies, Strings, etc., Guitar and Violin Boxes, and our prices will be made Very Lew. We have the only SOLO Accordeons in the city. PIANOS ORGANS! In all styles, combinations and makes. Wo can please you and give ytu value received. Look out for snide agents for out-of-town concerns ; they are on the alert for the unwary and will beat you if they can. Go to reliable people if you want to get fair treatment and everything as represented. R. F. BRANDOM & CO. Are the only dealers in town, and they take pride in giving everybody satisfaction. Call on them or write, if out of town, and you can depend on getting best goods and lowest prices. :R. F. BPLAJSrDOM: & CO, 74 Arcade, STDrirLgfleld., O. THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON EARTH mm TO bits- YOUR L HOLIDAY PRESENTS til CONSIBTZSTO OZ1- Dolls, Dogs, Cats, Mules, Horses, Sheep, China Sets, Kitchen Sets, Stores, MUI Tin Toys of every description, Tin Horns, Baby Rattles, Tops, f PICTURE AND STORY BOOKS, SAUCERS, PLATES Vases, Christmas Cards, Cups, Furniture, Photograph Albums, Artificial Flowers on Easels and a Thousand other Useful Articles, at half the usual price, at the 5 AND 10 CENT STORE 3STO. 53 .AJIO-AJDE. WATT! WAIT! WAIT! FOR TSDET Ft T OF ASSIGHVEI niOM THE INSURANCE C03IIAPfY, A.T 97 'WEST TMLJlTSr STREET. HERE ARE SOME OF THE BARCAINS TO BE OFFERED NEXT WEEK: FINE OVERCOATS, - $3.50, 3XETVS SILK: 31IXED SUITS, $3.00, CHILDRENS OVERCOATS, $1.50 ; CHILDREN? SUITS, $1.00, MEN'S PANTS, 50c : CHILDREN'S PANTS. 25c GROCERIES AT AUCTION All coods not sold by tlie 'JOth of January, will be closed out at auction. Sale will con tinue trom day to day. All goods will be sold at cost and less. Choice Apples at 80 cts. per bushel. Potatoes, 80c per bushel. Boiled Cider. 15c per gallon. Soaps at 3c per cake. Teas at ' ess man cost. Brooms at 20c. Uail and lav in a supply for winter. Straley's old stand, 22 and 24 Kast High street. O. O. FTJTSTX:. COAL! COAL! zoo to: CHAPMAN COAL COMFNY Forth best Hard Cial, Jicktm Ctal, Hocking Coal and Crushai Cake ia the Market TELEPHONE 160 170, HO. 21 KELLY'S ARCADE; TELEPHONE ICO 1-2, O. 8. TAKD; TELEPHONE 178 1-2, PLUM STREET YABD. YOU ARE THINKING OF BUYING A SEAL SACQUE, urn BANCROFT'S PRICES ON BEST X X X X ALASKA SEAL ! AJSTID YOTJ "WIT-iT-i NETV-EZR FJTST THE FANCY FIGURES ASKED BY THE LARCE DEALERS IN ADJOINING CITIES. I . -.1 X J V V i ml c? I V ? 1 1 & 3X t--i MnMtASMCiMm wwBeaaa5wa'