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jgBFOBLIO, EllIPAY gyianKGr JUNE 1. 1888.
AS Q 0 8EEMTHE LEAFY MONTH 0 NBAS TMAY JUNE Our trada has been good for the close times which everybody is talking about, and we intend to keep it so, and shall sell, if possible, a little lower and give better value for the money than ever before. Our new light FURNITURE! t Is the neatest ever seen ; SI5 for a full Chamber Suit; our Parlor Suits are pretty and rich, in red plush and banded, $35 ; Gasoline and Cook Stoves work perfectly. ELEGANT TEA AND DINNER SETS! and so cheap; Meakins, Bootes and Luster Band Ware; Refrigerators, all sizes, and use but little ice ; Children's Carriages for everybody's pretty baby; Velvet, Is wearing the sunny, smiling face of summer, and clad in nature's sweet and lovely garments, while the people of all ages and classes find comfort, elegance and durability in the clothing selected from the great stock of THE cirF CHAMPIONS N 1 :OF 3?3QCX3 : 51 h m vi mrr BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY AND HEAVIEST WMli CARPETS in this dear old country of ours. We know what you all say about these great flaming advertisements, and don't ask you to believe our say so, but come with your eyes open and you will be satisfied. We make a specialty of everything you want to fit up housekeeping. THE ANDREWS & PUTNAM COMP'Y, 44 AND 46 MITCHELL BLOCK, SPRINGFIELD, 0. WE WANT YOU TO SEE iff Oar new Combination Gasoline X ' Store; "it's the Tery latest." J Read Reduced Prices: 1 Improved single burner StoTes, I $1.00. Improved 2-burner StoTes, $5. 1 Improved 3-bnrner ' $7.50. I Oil Lamp Stovrs, $1. I Tin and Russia Ovens, $1 up. 1 Oar Stove trade is a great sue- 1 cess; see us and save money. G.W.PAYNTER&GO. 36 to 40 South Uarke Street, near Hlqh. - A CORKER! :oun: T Nice line of Straw Hats for Men and Roys at wonderfully low prices. Call. HYPES The Hatter and FarnUher, o East Main Street. HIq n h a a ri ."sa rcS&A manHOOOsisgE in Tain every known tnnadr.nAs diMOTsrad i to HJ-cure, whJch h will wnd rilB to hf :. Vwt Ofli- Bor in SnTat at Lively Runaway. A double team belonging to Kobert Clark, ot Northampton, took fright at the cars near Western .avenue on west Main street this moraine, and ran away with dis astrous effect. Mrs. Sterrltt tbe daughter of Mr. Ctark.and her baby, were thrown out by a collision between the vehicle and a tel egraph pole, but were not severely injured. The concert tonight for the benefit of the North street church is to be given at Tem perance hall, and not at the church, as an nounced in last evening's Republic. The Misses Carr, of Clark street, gave an extremely pleasant little party last evening. Music, dancing and refreshments were the enjoyable features of tbe evening. CHAUTAUQUA. Tlie Saafton For 1888 Excursion Tickets Now on Sale The New Kent IIouia. Mr. J. D. Phleger. 72 Arcade, (office of the Erie railway), has handed us the Erie company's illustrated pamphlet for 18SI, and It is a beauty. Mr. Phleger has also received a supply of excursion tickets at (9.50 from Springfield to Lakewood and return, good until the close of tbe season. Tbe pamphlet contains a view of the new Kent house, owned and managed by the famous hotel men. Messrs. Sllney & Fris bee. It is five stories high, presenting a most Imposing appearance from the lake, and it will accommodate about 1,050 per sons at a time. Great enterprise has been shown by the managers in rebuilding so fine a house so soon after the house was burned, last winter. If you are desirous of knowing about or seeing the strongest Hose made, send three 2 cent stamps to Bostox Woven Hose Co., Boston. (See advertisement) -. IE I NI aflsPsdSEm asafr.. .m, 1. .iutf., . - - .ga,f - -... l;.,..y . ' ,t'lt ,nnfoui i , i,,, wiiii.i iMHiirtMt 'jppn f ' -' V " '- Hire's Improved ROOT BEER! One 25c package will make fire eallons of the most delicious and wholeseme Temperance Drink Inthewsrld. It li not only s delicious sum mer drink, bat it Is a Healthy Beverage. It Is made from Sarsaparllla, Plpsesselra, Spikenard, etc. and when drank freely It keeps the system In a healthy condition. It is Pleasant to the Taste And Inrlcoratlnc to the body and mind, and purifylnKto the blood. Dr. Casper sold ser eral dozen packai.es last year, and it care splendid results. One 25o package makes five gallons easy made, no boiling or straining. Call and get a package at GASPER'S Drug Store, Main 8U, Fisher's Balldlns;, Springfield. LOCAL BREVITIES. JUNE HOSES. 0. sing ot the roses. The beautiful roses, Adorning the warm, pulsing bosom ot June. Exalt in their sweetness. -Kxtol their completeness. And only lament they must perish so soon. 0. sing of the roses. - . The snowy, white roses. The pink, and the roses with hue ot a star. The deep-hued, the tinted Give Dralses unstinted 0, sing ot all roses, anaar and atari They climb on rock-ledges, Ihey grow amid hedges. And choicely are cultured within garden wall; Orlotty, or lowly. Or sinful, or holy. Their fragrance and beauty are tree to us all. 0. stately the dahlia. And fair the asalea. And countless the blossoms they cheer us to view; But what, like the roses. Such beantv discloses. Such wonderful beauty of form and ot hue? Then sing of tbe roses. ine Deauiuui roses. Or scentless, or filling the alrwlth perfume. They lessen our sadness. They bring to us gladness. These roses that gem the fond bosnm ot June. VUk'l Miigazitif. The popularity of Yellow Springs has died. Kead Paynter & Co.'s ad. at the top of this page. Bids were opened today at noon for tbe opening of Sheridan avenue. By regular routine, the Eclectics resumed charge at the hospital today. Prospective Sheriff A. J. Baker is in Co lumbus today on official business. Julia Freeman, the same old Julia, was run In last night for disorderly conduct Miss Nannie Whltledge, of Cincinnati, was the guest of friends in this city yester day. Mr. L. E. Miller has returned from the national prohibition convention, robust in the faith. The new Southern reel the Preston & Co. machine went down to the station house this morning and cleaned the place out, thoroughly. It was not done a day too soon, either. Down They Go. Recognizing the popular demand for low prices, we started in this season by making the experiment of reducing the price of trousers, which we formerly sold forS7.50, to S5.00. As to the wisdom of such a reduction, our tremendous spring sale of S5 patterns bears ample testimony, and now following upon the heels of our success, we have de termined to venture a corresponding reduc tion in price of the remainder of our stock, and take pleasure in offering the public a custom-made Scotch Cheviot Suit at the unprecedented price of 820. We do not slight these goods In getting them up, but exercise the same care that we do with every garment that leaves our store. All we ask is a simple examination. The quality of the goods and workmanship will stand on their own merits. Jasox W. Pnrujrs, No. 39 East Main Street THE LOWEST PRICES OTV THE 1SJEW SHAPES AND COLORS IN LIGHT DERBYS! -&.T EAJSrCUROIFT'S, 4 BAST 3&A.7JST. .-43V i4'fV.-ii Read ad. ot assignee of O. B. Williams and see bargains in stoves and tinware. Miss Gardner's recital will be given in the Wittenberg chapel next Tuesday even ing. Editor Kowe and wife, of South Charles ton, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Harri son, No. 403 south Limestone street Messrs. Will and Harry Yeazell and Nate Marsh, of Springfield, spent Sunday here visiting friends. South Charleston Sen tinel. The annual meeting of the Springfield Society of Christian Endeavor will be held this evening at tbe Second English Lutheran church. Tbe ladles of the Universal 1st church will give a strawberry and Ice cream social at No. 20 south Limestone street tomorrow afternoon and evening. Deputy A. J. Baker took Wm. Cooper to the Ohio penltentiaryjfor a year today. He will return with Tony Tagllaferro, the insane prisoner at the pen. A social, reception and annlversary.of tbe organization of its literary society will be given at Second English Lutheran church next Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shelley returned, to their borne in Springfield after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Shelley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell. Xenia Gazctu. Mr. John Atchison, of Xenia, is in the city today visiting his cousin, Mr. John M. Carey, and other friends, before his de parture for Alabama, where he will locate. Mr. Charles D. Spalding, formerly of the ItKrunuc, now manager of tbe New York office of Public Opinion, is in the city to day on bis way to St Louis. He is tbe same genial, pushing Charles. The M. E., church, New Moorefield, will give a strawberry and ice cream festival - Wednesday evening, June 13, to which they invite their friends. By order of tbe church. J. U. Middletox. Rev. John Pearson, pastor of the Central M. E. church, who has been in attendance at tbe General M. E. conference at New York, will return home tomorrow after noon. In time to fill his pulpit on Sunday, Silver locks," the beautiful little daugh ter of Mr. Michael Welsh, of Clifton street fell off the door-steps yesterday and cut a cruel dash in her head. Dr. Russell sewed up the injury, and the pretty little face will not be damaged. Mr. Joseph Whltely, of D.irke county, O., and Mr. Abner Whltely. of Missouri, are In the city visiting their brothers, Messrs. Andrew and William Whltely. These fonr brothers are tho only surviving members of the family. In the police court yesterday afternoon Judge Young fined the following prisoners $5 and costs each: John IT. Smitb, drunk and disorderly; Dennis Burns, drunk and disorderly; James Clark, drunk, and Remus Brown, disorderly. A very pleasant social was given by the young people of the High street M. E. church, last evening, at the residence of Miss Maude Richards, on the north side. A very delightful evening was enjoyed. The socials are held monthly. A very delightful social, given as a fare well to tbe old church, was held at the Congregational church last evening and was well attended. Social observances and dainty refreshments occnpled tbe attention of tbe. large and animated throng present Charles Amos Miller, a very bright and intelligent lad, giving Springfield, 111., as his home, was arrested last night on the charge of safe keeping. He evidently comes from a good family and been well raised. It is thought that he ran away from home about four weeks ago. In the police court yesterday Judge Young promptly discharged Ben Farrell, the young man whom Ex-Officer Norton arrested without authority or justification Wednesday night Officer Boyd, to whom Norton credited tbe arrest on the station house slate, disavowed all knowledge of tbe matter, and Farrell was not bell. We have inaugurated a system of conducting business our competitors can not copy, and our good name stands forth like the moon among the stars. To render unto every buyer equal value for their investment, is the corner stone of our policy. We mean to do what is just and honest, and m IS TO Good Clothing at fair prices is better than cheap trash at any price. All wool goods at all-wool prices ! Cotton Warp goods at Cotton Warp prices! And Low Prices for Both! - Papular Clothiers and Furnishers, Lagonda House Block. Extra Salesmen employed (for Tomorrow) so that all may be. promptly and politely served. PERSONAL PROPERTY. Four Mors CUT A.uon Brine In Their Report., The following assessors made their re tdrns to the county auditor this morning and last evening. Comparison is made with the returns of last year to show tbe gain or loss. THIRD WAIID UiTE BANCROFT, ASSESSOR. ISSS : IJ2U75 1SS7 M.32 Loss I 32.M9 SEVENTH WAKD JASIE8 MA1.0NE. 1533 2I7.TS? 18S7.... Stt.612 (Jain , , , 1 12,123 NIXTH WAItD D. T. WHITE. 1SSS - S132.445 1837 12&015 Oaln- $ 10,430 But few wards remain yet to be beard from. HOME MISSIONS. The Woman. Xlome Missionary Society In BrMlon at Dayton. At tbn meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary society ot the Cincinnati M. E. Conference, In session at Dayton, Miss Eva Penfield, of this city, read a paper on "Dis trict Organization, the Key of Missionary success." This morning's session was opened with devotional exercises, conduct ed by Mrs. Rev. Thomas Collett, of this city, and tbe report of the secretary of Springfield district was read by Miss Eva renhela. The annual report of tbe conference cor responding secretary. Miss Clara Allen, of Xenia, showed that the numberof auxiliary societies last year was 39. The number tills year was 63. Number of members last year. 877; this year, 1.0S9; number of juvenile societies, 457; this year, 757. The total membership last year was 1,334; this year, 1,846. There are 91 life members in tbe society. ATTENTION, C. A R. The Committee on County Organization to Meet at I. W. Wallace'. Office. The members of the committee on county organization of the O. A. It, ap pointed under general orders No. 16, con sisting of the post commander and his aids, are requested to meet at L W. Wal lace & Co.'s office tomorrow afternoon to make arrangements forgoing to Columbus In September to attend tbe centennial and also tbe annual state encampment. Another Youngest Man. The question as to who was the youngest soldier who enlisted during tbe war of the rebellion is a disputed one, and may never be satisfactorily settled, but Rev. Albert C. White, of Ame&bury, Mass., who served nine mouths as a drummer of company D, sixty-fourth 0. V. I., is the. latest claim ant, lie was but 9 years and 29 days old when be enlisted. lie says that sometimes at the end of a day's march, when he went tbe rounds to beat the "taps" at night, his father, a lieutenant of the same company,' went with him to keep him from falling asleep. After nine months' service he was muttered out It Was Mot a Header. Mr. J. A. McCarty, genial "Mack" of the Qazdte, bat developed Into an expert rider on the tricycle. He gave an exhibi tion of his skill, this afternoon,, on Main street near tbe Kevuulic office, greatly to the entertainment of those present lie did not take a header. KEEP THE FINEST n UL THE CONCRECATIONALISTS. Bid Accepted for tlte New Mructnre Ye' texilay. The job of erecting the new Congrega tional church, on the situ of the old struc ture, on Center street, was let, Thursday afternoon, to the Springfield Planing Mill and Lumber Company at 811,120, exclu sive of the windows, the structure to be completed by November 1. It is to have.a a beautiful front with tower, of red stone, and is to be a handsome and commodious structure, A Little Miami Wreck. The Little Miami folks had quite a wreck at this place last Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock,. near tbo freight bouse. As Xo. 49, the fast limited freight was approaching the station a brake beam dropped from an empty flat car and fell under the wheels, causing It to leave the track, and taking another car with It The cars crashed into two cars standing on the siding and forced one off the west end of the track. Two cars were tonsldernbly damaged, and s wreck car frcm Xenia was called into ser vice. Tbe main track being blocked, the fast express, Xo. U, h id to pass through the siding. The wreck was cleared up in a short time after the arrival of the wreck car. South Charleston Sentinel. Beady to Compete Willi Chicago. A compositor on the Springfield Repub lic, or the correspondent from this place, puts forth tbe statement that one ot our South Charleston ladles wears a "Xo. 9 boot double sole." The lady referred to could almost live In a Xo. 9. South Charleston ladles are not ambitious to com pete with their Springfield sisters in that line. South Charleston Sentinel. Messrs. F. C. Weaver, of Springfield, and L. W. Lamont, of Chicago, were the guests of Misses Pearl Leslie and Emma Warner yesterday, and together they spent a very pleasant day in the city. Dayton Jfimitor. Warm weather U here, and so are light goods all kinds and prices. Drop in and see them. M. D. L'jvy, tbo old reliable, one-price clothier. Main Mid Market streets. THEY ARE THE CLEANEST. Meaning tne Clmiuplou City BatKRoom. mtal North Ci'ntcr street. The Champion City Hath Rooms, con nected with the Springfield Steam Dye works, are acknowk dged to be the cleanest and best in the city. They are clean, pure and sweet, furnished with first-class ser vice. We thank our customers for past patron age, and Invite a continuance of the same. SrniSGFiEi.t) Steam Dye Wouks, 21 north Ci-nter street Housekeepers, get your lace curtains laundried at Marshall's Unme Laundry, Nos. 10 and 12 west Hitrh street One thousand pairs men's pants, .worth one dollar a pair. My price for them is just 75 cents, me ciotn in tnem is worm tne money. I have lots of finer pants at 32.00. S2.50. S3 00, .3.50. 54.00. and while I am talking pants let me sar that I have lots of children's pants at 85c, fiOc COc, 75c and SI. 00. M. D. Levy, corner Main and Mar ket Lack Curtains. Get them done np In the finest style at Marshall's Home Laun dry, 10 and 13 west High street H BEST AT THE P P 3 U ASSIGNEE'S SALE! BARGAINS STOVES! AND. TINWARE. The stock of Cooking Stoves, Heating Stoves and Tinware of ail kinds, recently OWNED BY 0. B. WILLIAMS. Will be sold at less than coit for a Few Days Only. Store will be open every evening from six until nine o'clock. 22 EAST MAIN STREET, IN OLD REPUBLIC BUILDING. Now is the Time to at Half LOWEST PBICES rw- Get a Good Stove Price. assignee: HR issssHsisssB I" "J J I III y P j"! II ' . r ft lb t