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JANJBAltT 2. i87.
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& Sixty-candle power. No trouble with the .-Oasl ""fVvV 'V W T.
f'R Yriclc Costs but four cents for eight hours C Y flgBKVX Y,-nP '
,?i Uht" T1'" tllues tlle brillln(;r of an or- . JCT1lkv. jtdZz&'fKX I
flgf dlnary pas jeL Try the "AlbV for your jtyl 1 Ml(pWi 'U-,
r office, store or houe. Brass and nickel- f-d k J "a u J S&&r xjlr J O
plated founts fitted on pas Jets; alo harps I iffitiffl ft! TuPn v r yA. e
and Un reflectors to hang up any place de- A .alTVVrW ?M7Sff V flv. tsjr ''NkX '
aired. fa fMShlJ r J.'SCy mTMi--5V--
ONLY $1.50 EACH
Ketcrnable if not better than any lamp now
on the market At either store.
01 and 03 4Tat Main St. and 40 Soath Mar
ket St., Spring-Held, O.
FOR THIRTY DAYS!
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Men's Fine Furnishings.
Special Drives In Underwear, (Hove
SHIHT M&KEB AHD WEfi'S FIlHRISflfR,
XO. 5 E1ST MAIS STREET.
ANTED Qrocerxmen. tinners, or am pr
son wlshlnr to encare In a leclttmate,
profitable business, to call and see the Clarke
Wonder Flour llln on exhibition at Charles W
Painter's store, "o. 40 south Market street.
The bin has a sieve attached. Call on Morris
Lone at the Laeoada house. Stm'
TTJAXTED Salesmen, to sell nursery -slock.
il Full line of sew and valuable specialties.
Etaadj employment at fixed salaries and ex
penses.or commission. Address, string age
and references. May Brothers. Nurserymen.
Rochester. S. V .
WAXTED To rent a house of four or fte
reams, in the southwestern part ot city.
Address, box . Springfield. O. Sir
IrTAKTEl) Salesmen, to sell clolbtnif at re
If tall. Must Eire reference as to experience
and character. Address, Clothlns. Republic
rPASTED-Ladles. local or traveling. A
II wonderful entirely new specialty for la
dies only; J4 dally easily made; no photo, no
painunc: particulars tree. Jirs. u. t. i.iiue,
"XTAXTEI A Herman Eirl lor ceneral house
IT work in small family; eood naees Ap
ply at corner ot Jegeraon and Market streets
TTTASTED tilrl to cook and do ceneral
II housework. Good stages and steady em
ployment. Apply at once at So. 75 north
Market street. 8tf
LADIES wanted to get up Tea Clubs lor our
Pure Teas and Coffees. A host of useful
articles to select from as premiums. Send for
Illustrated Price and Premium List, special
Offer: To every tenth person that answers
this advertisement, we will send free one
pound of choice Tea. Address, National Tea
and Coffee Co.. Boston. Mass.
WANTED A man of temperate and moral
hatlts. seeking employment, to represent
an old established hoose In his ovn section.
Salary. It suited, f 100 per month. Kelerence
exacted. Am. Manufacturing House. It Bar
clay street. N
Y country can have steady employment at
home: distance no objection tn canvassing
Address Air supply Co i3 Eliot street. Boston
TTTANTEDA live, enenrette man. to repre
tlculars tree. Sundard Silverware Co.. Bos-
I wood frame with counter-shatL OneStln
iron frame wood-planer with counter shatt.
For price. et(. address. Lock Box 304. Spring
field. O. ISt
FOR SALE OF TRADE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Two ponies, wel
broke. In good condition: new harness for
same; new wagon. A good bargain eau be had
by calling on William Anderson. Yellow
springs street and railroad crossing. l"t
LOST -A pair ot gold sKs-itc.e. iuc ,
evening either at Center Mreet Cliurcb or
between there and the orner oi Plum
and North streets. Kinder will receive n-ward
by leaving at this office. Sim
LOST A pocket book containing js. a check
for K5 and other pupersof viluc only to
theowner. If the finer aill leave It at the Be.
pubic office he will receive arard. Sir
M. F. Welsh. Plaintiff, against John K l'rltch
ard and Harriet Pritchard, defendants.
Before W. A Stout. Justice ot the peace of
Springfield ton nshlp. Clark county, Ohio', on
the 3d diyof January. 1S7. said Justice issued
an orde-of attachment in the above action
for the sum of sixty-eight dollars
JiNT.14.lS7. M. FWrwn.
MONEY TO LOAN.
OXEY TO LO AX In any amount on week
. lv navnients. Call at office bDringfleld
i.. ;t - - . . . . -.--..
uuiiojng ana ian associauon. o?i east jiain
street, over Fried's Jewelry store,
evening Jan. 11.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FIR SALE OR TRADE Good cheap houses
and lots on almost every street In the city
Vacant tots in all parts of the city.
borne choice lots on south Market street for
Ismail tracts of land cloe to the city. Im
proved and unimproved.
Farms and land In almost every state.
Aloney to loan.
JOH.V II. JOHNSON.
3t Cor. Market and High streets.
hot soup poured over it before
The ease with which " Cerealine Flakes "
may be prepared in many forms surprises those
who use it.
The "Cerealine Coolc-book," containing over two hundred
carefully prepared recipes, and a pamphlet on Cereal Foods.
illuttrsted with twelvi original engravings of Hiawatha's
Fasting, will be aent to any one who will mention where this
advertisement was seen, and enclose a two-cent stamp for post
age to the Cerealine MTg Co., Columbus, Indiana.
1 Wfif A
1 TOWSjfh ll XXtYJ, ft Ml s I . I w .
u0lj Ps -&
"Ah, Genevieve, have you divined.
That as this silken skein you wind.
You wind around my heart as well,
The thread of love's entangling spell?
Those smooth, soft hands, so dainty white "
"I wash them morning, noon and night,
As you do yours, young man, I hope.
In lather made of Ivory Soap."
A WORD OF WARNING.
There re mnr white soaps, each represented to be "just as geod as the 'Ivory';"
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of
the genuine. Ask for'" Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright 158G, by rrocter A Gambia.
Colgate's Latest and Nicest
Ladies and'others who dslirht In using
a very line soap will appreciate this
It Is richly perfumed, makes a rich,
creamy lather, and leaves the skin soft
and smooth. The odor U delightful.
This Is one of the best of Colgate's
Soaps. The price is only 2c- a cake,
or 50c a box. For sale at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
rtshar'sBloek. aialnStreet,3d Daor Wast
Black's. Hennett and Houltoa Comic
Opera company, for one week, commeneinj;
Monday, January 2s. Wednesday and
Guasn. Saturday night, January 29,
I omorrow Will ue lie lllMinurui ihii
lit V .. . i..... ......
Saturday double sheet It will be a clean,
wholesome, newspaper, eight pages, fifty-
sir columns. It will contain all of c
PW Matures "ly tun In our Sunday
I,JU including a raumf.
We have large demands for the paper
t lis far in advance of tomorrow and hae
arranged to supply ev erj body, baturda) s
Kerciiuc will be sold on the street and at
news stands at tw o cents. Look out for to
morrow 's RnrcnLic.
Miss Conway of Troy Is the guest
friends In this city.
The itobert Downing company went t
(' dumbus this morning.
Mr. James Lubin left this morning for
Sacramento. He may go on to San Fran
It was F. C. Crowell and not J. S. Cro-
well who left on Wednesday for San Fran
cisco. The regular semi-monthly hop. will be
g ven at the Lsgi nda house tonight by "the
Tom. Malony was fined 51 and costs yes
trday, by Major Goodwin, for being
Mr. Martin GranL of south Plum street,
entertained a few friends In a tea-fight very
pleasantly last evening.
Kemember the Grand Mikado matinee at
Black's tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. Ad
mission 10, 20 and SO cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Weber, of Klnghtstown,
Indiana, and Mrs. Bowman, of Benton, In
diana, are the guests of W. A. Gross, the
There will be a business meeting of the
Vs at temperance hall tomorrow afternoon
(the 29th) at 2:80. All members are urged
to be present
Cerealine Flakes" is in
better than Maccaroni,
Vermicelli, Italian Paste, Sago,
or Barley. It is more conven
ient also. It needs to be placed
only in the tureen and have the
gpMMWWl ii . "'J1 '' """"
AN EXCITING RUNAWAY.
Caarlr A. nailer's Rom, Frightened by n
Train, Huhn a Baggy.
An Interesting runaway occurred at the
intersection of Washington and Mechanic
streets. Ben Williams, driver for Mr.
Charles A. Bauer, was driving bouthon Me
chanic streeL Au 1. B. Jt W. east-bound
freight was approaching the cro$sing, and
seeing that he could not cross the track
ahead of the train Williams slopped his
horse, a powerful bay auimal, within
twenty or thirty feet of the crossing. He
knew that tha horse was afraid of the
cars, but he thought that he could hold
him. When the horse saw th engine ap
proaching he began to prance and a gentle
man who was passing took him by the
When the locomotive came abreast of
the horse the frightened animal reared and
broke the gentleman's hold on the Jbridle.
The. horse then turned sharply to the vvesL
overturning the buggy and dashed madlv
down the Oee Line track over the ties and
switches and right alongside of the pass
ing freight Williams was dragged for
about thirty feeL but finally succeeded In
disengaging himself from the buggy. The
buggy bumped over the ties and rails on
its side until Plum street was reached and
then it righted. The horse continued his
run nearly to Plum street and then stopped
of his own accord.
Williams was not badly hurt although
he received some bruises, but his clothes
were torn and he received a livel) shaking
The horse was not particularly injured,
but the harness was broken and the bugg
was badl) w recked.
Crary ai a Loon.
James Stilvvell created a sensation on
Market street this afternoon by springing
out of his buggy and offering to whip
verybodyon the street He was wiMly
crazy and was (ailed by Officers McKa)
and Furnlss. Stiiwell Is a farmer who re
sides near Knon.
Raleated un Bond.
Ira Harris, arrested for bastardy on com
plaint of Mary E. Wagner, was released on
tW bond this morning to appear at the
next term of court.
An article upon the elegant new Saving
bank building will appear in tomorrow's
CoaVX WC Sialic
thousands suffering from Astlima, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc Did yon ever try
Acker's English Remedy? It la the best
preparation known for all Long Troubles,
sold on a positive guarante at 10a., 60c.
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Mr. William WrighL formerly of the L.
M. railway, and now living In Southern
Missouri, is spending a few da s here and
In Urbana. with his non-ln-law, Mr. Charles
Ward. Mr. Wright Is a gentleman who
was always highly esteemed hero, and ou'
cltltens would be glad to have him return
here to live.
The suits against Warren Glotfelter by
the Springfield Engine and Thresher com
pany caused him to make an assignment
A. C. Glotfelter and Herman Volkenand
bIng the asslngnees. The claims are about
31,5000 and his assets about 57,500. Xenia
Burglars enter! Hie store of F. Johnson,
at West Liberty, a few nights ago, and car
ried off 40 worth of shoes. The same
night Charles Aplnwall'.s clothing house
was raided and several suits of clothing
taken. No clue to the burglars.
My three children are suffering from
whooping cough and Gooch's Mexkatl
Syrup has been of great worth to them.
No. 37 Barr street Cincinnati, O.
The station house slat this morning
showed that Tom. Madden, drunk and dis
orderly, Lewis Klepfer aud J. W. Patter
son, drunk, and Charles I-ocLwood. disor
derly, had been arrested )esterday.
At an early date the livpciiiic will pub
lish an account of the most novel and strik
ing union depot project which has )et been
sprung. It is from the pen of a gentleman
of originality of Idea and tlionmgli ahilit) to
"write It up" proper!).
norH on tiles."
Why suffer files 1 Immediate relief and eonv
plete. cure guaranteed. Ask for "Rough on
Piles." Surecureforltchlmr, protruding, Kleed
Ing.orany formof Piles. 6T)c. AtDrnggLuor
mailed. "C 8. Wells, Jercy City, N. J.
Wells' "Health Renewcr''rertrreshcalthand
vigor, cures Drepepsla, Impotence, Nervous
Debility. For Weak Men, Delicate Women. 1.
WELLS' IIAIK BALSAM.
If irrav. restores toorlglnal color. Anelecant
drtixtng, softens and beautifies. Xo oil nor
griate. A tonle Restorative Stops balrcom
.iimbrm or Jtor Hint Will Call the l.a.
guiidnM Olhr Clinngr.
Klre Chief Simpson has arranged the fire
alarms which are to be resiwiided to bj the
"laddies" at the new Lagonda awnue hoie
Iioum'. At the lir-t alarm the I.nircimla
will re-imd to alarms from boxes 4, Kast
stteet -lops; 5. Wanler tnet Iluckeje
!hnps; il, bpaiigenlierKer house; 7, rorner
of Columbia ami Murray streets S, corner
of I.agonda avenue and Mnin -tree!; U, cor
ner of I-ngonda avenue and Nelson street.
10, ligiiixla avenue and Florence street
11. Lagonda; 1'.', corner of Limestone and
Main streets; 'Js, corner of Kast and High
treets; 2!. corner of High street and Forest
avenue: and 61. Champion Machine rom-
pan s shoii. Hereafter the Centrals will
not resiM)nd to Iirst alarms fnim boxes 7. l.
10 and 11. The esterus n ill not answer
box o on a iirst alnrni and the Southerns
will not resiiid to lxx 5. A second alarm
from an) box will call out the entire de
partment. Jte Voting Precinct.
For several j ears past precinct V. Fifth
ward, has contained a voting pn clnct rather
too large to bo conveniently handled on
election da) b) the board of election olll-
cers. During the past two v ears the sub
ject of dividing the precuictlnto two voting
places has been frequently dlscused b) the
citUens ot precinct A. It is now under
stood that an ordinance will be Introduced
into council at the next regular meeting.
dividing precinct A Into two precincts.
Pleasant street w ill be the boundary line,
running west from Mechanic street to the
old Da) ton road. This Is a fair line of di
v Islon, territorially,nnd also as to the imputa
tion. Precinct A, as it now stands, con
tains over thirteen hundred voters -one ot
the largest, it not the heaviest voting pre
cinct in the state ot Ohio, ouccess to pre
cinct C, Fifth want
CATAKItll CURED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Reme
dy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injection free.
For sale by F. A. Garwood.
There will be a called meeting of the
Ladle' Aid society of the Sons of Veteran
on Saturday afternoon, January 83th, at '1
o chick, a tun attendance is desired, as
there will be business of importance.
SLEEPLESS NIGHT, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure Is the
remedy for) ou. For sale by F. A. Gar
wood. The article on the Elk meeting Wedne
day night, which appears elsewhere, was
prepared and pt-t in t)pe for Thursdays
paiier, but was accidentally omitted by the
foreman in "making up."
ftsAVVO the Cbildren. They are ea--JVVVj
pec-aHy nal)ie to 8udjen
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough.
etc We guarantee Acker's English
Remedy a positive cure. It saves
hoars of anxious watching. Sold by
Frank II. Coblentz. corner Market and
Ural LfttAte Transfers.
George Run) an to Lincoln Locke, S in
terest in 124 25-100 acres of land In Pleas
ant township: $300.
George Brain to Martin I.. Sise, lot in
Brain's addition: $500.
M. A. Eichelbarger et al. to Michael
Shocknossey, 24 acres of land In Greene
township: SI, MX).
Isaac Neer to Sarah E. Page. 170 acres
of land in Pleasant township: S10.3B0.
Samuel II. Canady to John Hawkins,
1 JO acres of laud in Springfield township:
D. Rankin, executor, to Samuel Hill,
ten acres of land In Moorefield township:
George Sintz to George W. Morgan, tliri-e
lots on Limestone street city: S150.
Peter Buffenbarger to N. B. HiitTenbar
ger. .VI acres of land In Madison township:
. 11. Buffenbarger to Mary E. Buffen
barger. 56 acres of land in Madison tow n
John Do) le to Richanl 11a) vv ood, lot on
Farlow street: S1.00U.
John Jserviss to Sarah Davis, lot in New
Carlisle: S650. .
John W. Serviss to Sarah Davis, lot in
New Carlisle: 850.
Card of Thank.
The family of the late Mrs. Margaretta
II. Casad, who died at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. X. W. Davis. Xo. 39 Clifton
av enue, w UIi to express their sincere thanks
to the friends for the kind services ren
dered Mil. A n Mite. N. W. Dwis.
Ye-d-rd-iy afternoon Probate Judge Mil
ler held an inquest of lunac) on Catherine
Ballard, the young colored woman at the
Infirmary, who became so violent Wednes
day. She was adjudged insane and onlered
Mr. George Collett the genltl deput)
ciunty treasurer, is sujllinc todav at more
than the humor conta-m-d in the lax dupli
cate. It Is probabl) the new eleven-iound
bo) that makes him feel paternallv proud.
China cup and saucer, worth 0c. given
aw a) free tomorrow at Miller's Arcade tea
Arrangements for attending the funeral
of Bro. M!unick.will be completed at the
regular meeting of Ephraim lodge, 1. U. O.
F.t this evening. All members of the order
are requested to be present.
S. .1. Klyi.v. G.
Thfjr Are Worn by 4ollltr.
Evidence of the value of Allcock's Por
ous Plasters comes In the following letter
fiom Charles Yeager, of Compam A, Uth
I. S. Infantry, stationed at Fort isully.
I have been using Allcock's Porous Plas
ters for the last ten )ears, and feel quite
lost if I have not half a dozen in my pos
session. In this section of the country we
have at times a ver) severe cold. When
the thermometer Is below zero, 1 find that
an Allcock's Porous Plaster on the pit of
the stomach is invaluable. The) appear
not only to warm the body, but to invigor
ate the digestion. At times I have been
greatly troubled with a liine back. Two
Allcock's Porous Plasters placed upon the
spine invariably cure me in two or three
da)s. Sometimes I have had a severe
cough and a very bad cold. An Allcock's
Porous Plaster placed around the throat
and on the chest, and one between the
shoulder blades, have Invariably afforded
ine immediate relief and a quick cure.
A beautiful scrap card, new doign.
given away all day at Miller's Arcade tea
A New flrocerv.
A. T. Trout, who formerly did business
at 17 south Market street and for the pa-t
few months has been with F. P.WIuteln ad,
will optn tomorrow morning a first-class
stock of staple and fancy groceries at ,UJ
south Market street, where he will be
pleased to see all his old customers, and
new ones also.
Our .'.0c teas are the best in the lam'.
.Miller's Arcade tea store.
Wlicn the wm a Child, ib cnxl for CtutorU,
Wlien ftbe btrvue UUi hc cloog to CsoturU,
Wbtja ah hJ CLUdxfrQ, sha gT tbani CMtorU,
4 East IMaln..
3 S-ffSllKjlKJ'i'PT-r - Ji-aaafckjAfcVJa
Competition and the keen struggle for business supremacy
has put trode quite onto another basis from that on which
it stood not so very long ago, as one might fancy. Why.
take a look at it:
"IDPTiy You can buy anything you want
Ifld I LI from us, take it home, ixamine it
Vom top to toe, and either wear it or bring it
to us and exchange it or get your money back.
Now, who ever heard of that in a clothing
store, one year or more ago, in this, our pros
perous city of Springfield?
SrrniUFII V tog in our store which is
LUUIlULI for sale has thi pries marked
upon it in plain figures. No Chinese hiero
glyphics or X Y Z figures, but plain every day
characters which say toyou : Everyone who
buys a garment like this pays so ana so much
for it. It doesn't require diplomacy to buy
here. All it takes is ordinary good sense and
money enough two essentials in every trans
you that it is
ten dollars for any article we warrant yeu that it s gsed
value; or, if you pay fifty cents, yeu have the same assur
ance. If you don't get what yeu consider a fair money's
worth out of your purchase, we stand ready, on sight of the
goods, to make you an allowance in proportion to vour loss.
Did you ever hear anything like
ot aprmgneio, one year ago r
Ffl 1 1 nTM I U Everything in our stare is fresh, in good
1 1 1 1 n I n I I style, and in txtsnsivo assortment and
I UU II Ml LI is sold at
with the material, workmanship and a fair livini profit, pre
portionate to our investment
assured that we give you the
the best fit you can get, or we
If you want anything better in business treatment than wo
have to offer, you must go elsewhere to get it, because this
is the best we know how to do.
London Clothing Company,
29 Soutli ILirciostono St.
The next cheap excursion to California
points will leave :sprlngneld via tlieliee
Line -C. C. C. I. rallwa on February
31b. Choice of Jseveral mutes Is given,
both going and returning. Complete
itmerar)sof the trip, giving full informa
tion regarding stops. limit of tickets, route
and other matters of Interest can be had
tiHin application to the Uee Line office.
These excursions leave Kansas City at 3:25
p. m, The Bee Line is the only line out of
hpringfield that connects at Kansas City
without l)ing over night Free reclining
chair cars are guaranteed to Kansas City.
Having (old over seventy-live California
tickets within the past few months we are
pn-psred to give )ou only reliable informa
tion, and will refer you to many well known
citizens who hav e taken this line and w ill
take pleasure in recommending it Maka
no arrangements before giving us a call.
;. II. K.Mtiur, Ticket Agent
Bu) one pound of tea and receive a 50e
China cup and saucer free tomorrow at Mil
ler's Arcade tea store.
, GENTS WJNTEO F,!"M
Hui.ii i u iiiiiia.u Xo Introduce the
LB0-CARB0N system ot (lasLlght
the light of iirdlnatr gas. Liberal Commis
sions to Sole Agents. Alho-Carbon Light Co .
Xewark.X, J. 2-b
Tke Grrat ( Pmrrlatlsa
. V Sn .."Mi . fu w.fi.,i n.t all TUl
ears caiued by self abuso or 1b-dlK-retlon.
One nackazv SI. all li'
uro-uil Bv mall Wrlto for Pamphlet Uirxa
Eureka Chemical Co., Detroit, Dltoti.
Call mi or .v.Ur Theo Troup druggist,
corner Main ami Market streets, Springfield
THE WASHBURN AMKRtCAN GUITAR
n-Mt ! ,iDit itmllt,
Ufa tt-ts tba stal .T-aval.tavlv
Mmat-KtaW WuTMlMtM&JV-s -a-rcUililtt A JM 4mht
LYON A MEALY, 103 Stats St., OhlOttSO
-IN OLE IIAKKEI. fHOT GtN
sINKI.K RKEEril LOADER.
I'rlcea ea other vaads la prapartlaa
PARKER.SMITH and OTHER OUM8,
arva bobeii to anoor ctoaar.
Illustrated Catalistue and PHr Lift mm Tre. '
J. C. BANDLE & SON, lXtfrlT6i
PEVNVtinVAI. crAIVRU art)
5l successfully used monthly by over 10,000
J tl n..)ui. hvm.il n, .trimffvllU a2m4
w SI rxrboibvraatl.or at dniggUU. Staled
Pnrt IcuSar 3 postage stamps. Address
Tus Eraua Cucxicas. Cos, Pi nam, Mrll, i
ao- &oll by Frank II..Cotlutz end Ad.
lakllAllH A Vn.
Cor. Chestnut aad Eighth Sta.
Receive Advrrtlaemrnta tor this Fspsr.
COllMAltOat Lowest Cash Rates intt
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Ep3 ur d ob1 hj th
if you buy anything at all frtm us; yeu pay
us one price fir it. We than warrant to
worth the minev. If veu aav
that in our prosperous city
the lowest price consistent
and risk. Yeu can always be
best rabries for the price, and
don't ask you to buy anything.
IF YOU WANT
A Good -A
A Good -A
A Good -A
A Geod -A
- Traveling Bag,
- Pocket Book,
- Hanging Lamp,
- Stand Lamp,
- Picture Frame,
- - Bird Cage,
- Wash Basket,
A Gied Siys' Express Wagsn,
- - Clock,
A Good -
- - - Album,
A Good - line of Silverware,
A Good - line of Cutlery,
A Geod - Toy of Any Kind ;
In fact, most anything can be
found at the
8 WEST MAIN ST.
L. F. Olds & Bro.
SiUU Ui U I Ul L
ASBESTOS CEMENT FELTING,
ASBESTOS AIR CHAMBER,
ASBESTOS LOCOMOTIVE LAGGlNu,
ASBESTOS LINING FELT ETC
87 MAIDEN LANE,
urruat, mustiM-i, isnscs.
ii i ,. .
Samples anrl lllwtrated Pa-njlilo! "Steam Saving and Fire-Prool Mitcrials- Free bv MaiL
Quinine Hair Tonic
For the preservation and restoration of the Hair.
Excites the Scalp to new and healthy action, re
moves dandruff, prevents the hair from fallinq off.
and in a majority of cases will produce a fine growth
of new hair.
CHAS. LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharmacists, No. 55 East Main Street
HUFFMAN & RICHTER,
NEW FALL ID WINTEB MIENS,
No. 31 East Main Street.
J. B. FELLOWES & SON,
14 EAST MAIN ST.,
Are now open with the finest line of Cloths and Cashmeres
both Foreign and Domestic, ever displayed in Springfield
The reputation of Col. Feliowes and his son is such that
there can be no doubt of their giving satisfaction and a first
class fit in every case.
C. R. JOHN & CO.
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALERS IX
ALL KINDS OF COAL:
Kurd's Shaft and Emma Mine; Jackson Coal a Specialty.
Also, best grades of Cannel, Hocking and Anthracite.
OFFICE : Corner Mechanic and Washington Streets.
TELEPHONE NO 254.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Oaraer Wast High St. and lYalont Alley.
BlakBMk VTtrk .al L'gi RUnls
dr. -j. t. Mclaughlin,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
19 WMtMalnSt. Telephone 45.
UOJIE BRAND TOMATOES,
How Brand String L' n,
Home Brand Lima Beam.
The best ".'Oo Canueil Teaches in the citv
for the money. A foil line of all other
Canned Hoods at low prices. Triumph
Asparacus, first niialltv. warranted to be as
fine as any ever packed.
Buckwheat Float, strictly pare.
Maple 8vra itrIfht poolj.
Beat Clover Unj. 20c per punud. '
Celebrated Pioteer Brand 0sters. '
Fresh Fish and Poultry.
S. J. STRALEY & CO.
1 A NO IS EAST ZHOU sTritKET.
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
Solicitor ot American and Forelza
IX ILL riTtll SUTTU3
Room 5 Arcade Building,
Brinrb Arrf nr Irs: Washlnirton. D C.
Ion. Ens., Parts. France.
Wholly unlike "irtlnelalSvitemiCnre of Mini
"iVanrterliis AnytxMk learned In one reading.
Prmpectus, with opinion, of Mr Proctor, the
Astronomer, lions. W V Aitor, Judati P.
Benjamin. Hr Mluor. Wood and others, sent
poit Free, by
237 Fifth Avenue, - - New York
COAL! CO ALL
1H, MORGAN & GO.
Ill S. LimMtone m., Sprlncflvld. O.
ClaAltiLUU.X C'OLO.M' !
A new llouw t try 1 da; id tli last A years. City
Tlllatre, onljr 32 monti)- vUt, ha storvs, s hotel.
S eh arches, scboul, naapr, factory. rvuDrdrT. 4
tcamboata,2 trilnaauJ 2 maii-iat)r. Land rapidir
mJvauciDf Send, mdo, etoi hj all rorana, eaa
lor circular with 4 map. 3d 1 botugrtphlc cnu ot
boasts, all about the wonderful frroMh of oar col
ony .Its FoU,cli:n te, markets, ha suies opportanJiie.
tiralth, pric-Hi. terms, ami 91 otbtr ditUoct suhjectt.
Finns for fSJO on monthly iaUllments to tfco-M
baTlnir etnploTmeni. tth.ut learlntr their sitaaUon.
Adires J. 1. Jl CJ IjCIaremonUSarry UrW
1 1m iw t rraHtv f r tt hoTndiwi brlt
M i hki d o r - f u vnffac 1 tax anal ef k
l and to tr hava been curtd
la-. (.twHTwrlin-jh tS
In ( a-.y, Uit I w II mi I TUi HitTTLLS I
tC inr tHSVJLViei.E TREATli: en lila
waajaiisvrer Ulrm $t9 mm T o a.ai-.