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REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVENING MARCH 10.' 1887.
BUT ONLY THE WEST.
Xot the cheapest !u price. Low
Enroil Flour usually means poor
read. Our famous "Geld Dust"
and "Sea Foam" brands, made by
the Hungarian process, is the
best Flour Fold is the city. Sam
ple sacks sent out on approval,
warranted the whitest and most
nutritious in the market. Costa
niy & few cents mor than, com
91 and 93 TOt Main St. mnd 40 South Mar
kot su, MprlnicBxId, O.
Call and leave your measure for our
FINE CUSTOM SHIRTS
Itet materials Perfect In rit. Well
Made in any Style.
Don't pay traveling humbugs two prices for
Head) -made Shirts under the pretext
of hav ing them "made to order.
THE SHIRT MAKER,
NO. 5 EtST MAIS STREET.
ITT INTER OKXTS-Both Jjullw and Efn
iV ti.-n-n t.i rll tbe "Beany"' pillow aham.
holder, and other article. For terroi land 1 Irr
rit.rr-.iiirwK iih stamD BeattY i i.0.. r.ne,
T 'TEi Carriace blacksmiths, trimmers.
hFn..LN.indii kinds of mechanics
who are skilled In that line of trade: men want
ed tmme.11.telj Address the Columbus Bnprr
Co . ColutnDus. u
WAXTTD Anyone possessing Information
in retard to the will of Miss II, .Mapps.
deceased, will please notlty Mrs. I. II kelly.
ot north Factory street. "
IFVN'TEP god Ctrl to work and help In
It ste-re. at Xo. 47 Market place. 6Ji
WANTED co-npeteut lady booL-kceper.
Address Bo 23f..city. r
AXTEE- Bell boys at the Arcade hotel
WANTED Small house or a few rooms. Ad
dress J. W. B . Kepubllc. 62t
WASTED fllrl tocooanddoreneralhoue
work; must be competent. Apply at once
at 73 north ilarket st. c-b
irrAXTEDCOMTOPITOR Rood sober job
It and boK pnnter. one who thoronahly un
derstands the business: none other ned ap
pll. Address Lock Box SIX). Dayton. 0. 62-t
WANTED Orders lor the removal of dead
animals will be promptly attended to by
calllnc telephone No. 35. t
WANTED-To Inform housekeepers that I
will attend to varnlshlnc furniture at
their on houses, putting up window shades
and jobbing in seneral. on receipt of postal
addressed to JohnThompson.Ubwest Pleas
ant street. Mam
TTTANTED House, about 7 rooms: central
IT location. Address. S T. Co.. M Arcade-
TTTASTED A German Ctrl for ceneral house
II work In small family: good -vaces. .Ap-
ply at corner oi jeserson ana aaraet streets.
LADIES wanted to Ret up Tea Clubs for our
tMre Teas and Coffeei. A host of useful
articles to select from as premiums. Send for
Illustrated Price and Premium List, bpeclal
Offer- To every tenth person that answers
this advertisement, we will send free one
pound ot choice Tea. Address. National Tea
and Coffee Co- Boston. Mass.
UTANTED A live, energetic man. to repre
It sent us: f75 per month, aud expense!
Goods staple; everyone buys: outfit and par
ticular! xree. Standard Silverware Co., Bos
FOIt S LE Registered and graded Jerseys
with calves. Call on or address J.W. Phi!
lips. east Main atreet. Springfield. O.
MONEY TO LOAM.
IfOXEY TO LOAN In sums of I.VH to $10.1W
ill on th ee to five years time, on first mort
gage or approved commercial paper Theo.
A. wlck.&eastlllghstreet. 4Ts-8r
LOST DOft V hlte female poodle dog. black
si-otonrump; brown and Mack ears, re
turn and b rewarded. T. I'. McUretr. jr . 1M
fe. Manet St. 3a
FOR THE HOMELESS.
a:.". Improved KENTUCKY FARMS from 30
t J0 acres, at prices from t3 to 535 per
acre. For particulars addict
King'. Mountain St.. Ky.
Contractor and Builder.
Store and office furniture made to order: also
doors, terandas. mam ties. inside blinds, band
rail, stairs and screens. Estimates and speci
fications tarnished on application. Si north
Center street. Springfield, O.
ing as well as in the
morning without causing any unpleasant feeling,
much less an attack of indigestion. " Cerealine
Flakes" digests twice as readily as either Oat
meal or Hominy, and nearly three times as
readily as either Flour or Buckwheat.
The "Cerealine Cook.book,' containing over two hnndred
carefully prepared recipes, and a pavphlet on 'Cereal Foods'
Illustrated with twelve original engravings of ' Hiawatha's
Fatting," will be sent 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.
This Celebrated Brand of Stiff Hats only on sale at
' o W
Positively the most economical soap to
use for the toilet is the Ivory Soap.
The cakes are so large that you really get
twenty cents worth of soap for a dime.
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the
Ivory';" they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remark
able qualities of.the genuine. Ask for " Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright IsSfl, 1) I'nicti r Gamble
FRESH SEIDLKTZ POWDERS.
Useful s a laxative and as a preventive or
cure of Sick liodailie. -our it misc'i or Heart
burn. They are refreshing and aereeable. for
sale slnsly or In boles I reahly msde and for
sale by CAsPEK. DruKKlst.
.SOLUTION (J1TKAIE 1! AGXE'IA.
Palatable as lemonade, very efficient a a
xxative or purgative, also useful In Kevei
testirssuets aud Headache Always fresi ,
nadeby an Improved formula and lor sale a
JASPER'S Drug Store.
sTlshrsBlock. MalnStrt,3d Door Wot
Quite Lis rly IluKwn.
This moraine considerable excitement
was created on our street by a runaway of
a somewhat sensational character. A gen
tleman vt hose name we were unable to ob
tain was quietl) driving a spirited black
horse alone Main street when the animal
becoming fractious took fright at a piece
of paper in the street and starting into a
rapid run. was soon bevond the owner's
controL Turning the corner of Main and
Market streets the animal fell and the
driier was pitched forward out of the
buegy. In almost an lneredibly short space
of time a large crowd collected, but fortu
nately L'le accident did no injury further
than breaking a shaft and coering the
owner's new spring suit and light overcoat
w ltli a plentiful supply of dust
Taking off the latter for the purpose of
removing the dust, the overcoat was seen
to bear the name of J. V. Phillips, of this
city, and was, by the way, about as stjllsh
a garment as we hate seen for some time,
and together with his new suit from the
same place, gave him a v ery dressy appear
ance. COMING ATTRACTIONS.
Gr. INB. Miss Fortescue Thursday even
ing, March 17.
Or uvd. "Uncle Tom's Cabin," Satur
day afternoon and evening, March-19.
Black'." lloosier Odd Fellows,'
Monday and Tuesday, March 21 and 22.
The Little Miami pay car will be here to
Judge Dial went to Columbus today on
Mrs. Al. Clark Ielt today for Boston on a
visit among friends-
Mrs. J G Benallack leaves this evening
for Montreal. Canada.
Ie..tite fieonre Caldwell went to Xenla
..! i 1....1 .. i
General Keifer is in Washington C. II.,
but w ill be home tonighL
Mr.. I. s. lUrr left at 10 o'clock this morn-
lng for Toledo on business.
Mr. George II. Knight agent of the Bee
Line, was in Xenia today.
The I. B. fc W. pa) -car made the em
p!o)es of that road happy today.
Mr. Walt Yeazell returned this morning
from a t isit among friends in Troy.
Mrs. Stokeley and Mrs. Granger left this
afternoon to visit friends in Dalton, Ga.
Dr. Kennan. of Morrison jfc Kennan, w HI
return Monday from an eight weeks' tisit
to Xew York city.
Mrs. William Harvey, of St Mary'?, O.,
is spending a few da) s in the city, x siting
relatives and friends.
General Asa S. Bushnell went to Dayton
today to attend the annual meeting of the
Ohio Gas association, and will be gone two
F the many persons who en
joy hot breads and cakes,
few can cat them safely in
the evening on account of
their indigestibility. Breads
and cakes made of " Ccrea
line Flakes" are not open
to this objection. They
can be eaten in the even
Mi-s Maud Linn, of Yellow Springs was
the city today, calling on friends.
Do not forget the socUl at the Christian
church tomorrow (Thursdav) evening.
Superintendent Van Tassel, of the Ohio
Southern road, returned home this morning
niter .in absence of ten days. He immedi
ately left on the pay car.
There will be a meeting for prajer at the
Christian church tonight, opened by a brief
sermon on the subject of prajer. The
meeting will be at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Llda Wilson, of Columbus and
Mr. Tom Wilson, of West Mansfield are
the gue-ts for a few dajs. of Mr. and Mrs.
A. II. Drajer. of north Mechanic streeL
The Worthington Chautauqua circle will
meet tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon at
half-past two o'clock, at the residence of
Mrs. Burton, corner Pleasant street and
Measles hate come to a stand still at the
I'liildn n's home, and it Is now tlu.
that they are under control. Onlj font
eases are so bail that the subjects are con
fined to their bed.
The comrades of the G. A. IL can be
served with supper at the Congregational
church tomorrow, from half a-t 5 o'ch
through the evening, so Out thc can a
fmir. supper to their pot meeting
The county comml-!onerN at their la
session, made the f Honing apportionment
in the matter of the Moore's run ditch:
The I. B. W. railroad company. S12;
Peter Ferree, S40. K. L. Holnuii, S:u. J.
I). Burnett, S2W. and Benj. II. Wardei
Many persons hat e expresed a desire t
purchase cabinet photographs of Rev aii
Mrs. Warren. AH such can give their
orders at the old-time super, at the Con
gregatlonal church. Thursday and Fridaj
etenings. The proceeds will go into the
AHie. daughter of B. F. and Cjnthia
Funk, died at 4 o'clock this Wednesdat
morning of dlabetis aged twelve years am
three month. She will be buried on
Thursday at 2 o'clock p. m.,' from the fam
ily residence. So. 228 South Factory street,
Funeral services will be conducted by Dr.
Helwie. Interment at Ferncliff. Friends
ST. PATRICK'S NICHT.
Programme of Kseteie at St. IlaphnrPa
Hall Thursday K cuing.
St. Patrick's day (.Thursday, March 17.)
will be celebrated with considerable iomp
inthiscitv. The parade promises to be
the finest ever given in tills city on SL Pat-
' day. and arrangements are now eom-
niete for a oroner observance of the day.
Xot the least enjoyable part of the procee.1-
jnKS wjh be the exercises to be held tomor-
row evening in SL Raphael's hall, of which
"' following is tne programme.
&tsr spangled Banner -
Last Words ot Emmet
Panegyric . . .
O.P K A
... Little Boys
Rev. John Cnsack
Let the Hills and Vales Resound
-Merry Workers-- -...-.
St. Patrick's Day
Council's Commlttef on htreets Goes to
Meiibentlllt to Exsmhie Materlnl for
Last night the city council appropriated
S7S to pay the expenses of the street com
mittee to Steubent ille, w here the committee
desire to go to examine material for street
paving. The material used by the city of
hleubenville is fire-clay, aud It Is said to
be equally durable aud much cheaper
that granite. The examination and in
vestigation by the committee will be of
talueto the city council in determining
the Kind of pat ing to be used in Spring
field, and their report of the trip will be
awaited with much interest Those who
went on the trip were: Messrs. Hanika.
Burnett Ackerson, Rapp and McKeiina, of
the street committee. City Engineer Moler.
A. M'C Wilson and W. II. Rodgers. It Is
expected that the committee will return on
Yesterday afternoon Miss Dais) Mown,
employed in the Time office, was seized by
a set ere hemorrhage of the lungs while she
w as at work. The occurrence created con
siderable excitement among the ladies em
plo)ed Iu the office. Miss Mown was con
t c) ed to her home, Xo. 144 Scott street as
soon as she had sufficient!) recoved from
Out for Poller iros cutor.
Ex-'Squire Frank Rightm)er is not a
candidate for police Judge, but Intends
making a strong light for the office of po
lice prosecutor. The statement that he
served for two terms as justice of the peace
is not correct He served for one term
only, and refused to be a candidate the
!urLej Club Meeting.
All membtrs of the Bucke)e Club are
urgentl) requested to be present at the
inettmg of the club tonight as business of
importance is to be transacted.
SMITH AND SMITH.
Hpriiignelil nml Vlnnottelil Win tlx- l'rlirs
itt lite .Intilor 'Orator! al Cnlct Ttiea
The junior exhibition at the First Luth-
frin church chroniclexl another etent In the
history of Wittenberg college. The church
was completely filled, and r a ter intelli
gent audience. It is terj evident that the
people of Springfield are Liking considera
ble Interest in Springfield's college, if one
can Judge by the enthusiasm displajed lait
etening. The C. C. M. band furnished ex
cellent music, which seemed to hate a
bracing effect upon some of the juniors.
After invocation by Dr. Ort, S. S. Btirts
helil, of Van WerL was hrst on the pro
gramme, who-e subject was "The State
man of Today." Mr. Hurt-held was some
tt hat nervous, although his sptecli improt ed
as he. proceeded. Heentcred into the feeling
of the oration in a splendid manner, spake
to one side of the house too much as he
continually faced the west side of the audi
ence. Mr. Iturtsheld rankid sixth.
Miss Lulu Ciuuback, of Springfield, ap
eared very pretty in a dress of nun's tell
ing, with corsage bouquet. Her subject,
"The Power of the UniL" was treated in
an entirely original manner, her voice and
-peech were clear and distinct, but the ora
tion did not inTnut of mail) gestures.
She and Miss Lillie Stotigh tied for nfth
Mr. W. II. Dale, of Bellefonte, Pa..
"Our Destiny iu Our Own Hands,"
Mr. Dale spoke very slow and deliberate,
hardly loud enough, and did not enter injo
the spirit erv much. He was disturbed
somen hat by persons entering the galUry,
not very quietly. In the midst of his
sieeeli. His thought was abot e the av erage
F. (1. Gotvtald. Springfield. O.. "The
poet and ttie people." At the beginning of
Mr. Gotw aid's oration it seemed to be quite
an exertion to speak, but as he entered into
the spirit of his speech tint defect disap
peared to a great extent His gestures
were easy and graceful, but his bodj
ewated toandtro as he used them. Mr.
Gotwald's oration was good and was given
I. S. Keller, Springfield. O., "I, the heir
of all the ages." Mr. Keller tt as t ery still
In his gestures, his voice seemed to be
rather strained. He, however, putconsid.
erable feeling In his speech. He hesitated
somew haL but not enough to make any ma
John A. Kuhlinan, Roca. Xeb., "Inlltt
ence of the west upon the east" Mr.
Kuhlman's speech was finely written aud
showed splendid thought but his delnerly
was very fast and his gestures mechanical.
He dropped his voice toward the comple
tion of his oration, which sh)I1s the effect
t ery materially.
I). II. Kohrabaugh, Colburn. Ind.. "The
granting of the Magna charta." Mr. Rohra
baugh's voice is t ery pleasing and he seemed
to be entirely at home. His manner was
easy and his gestures were good, though
verv scarce. He was a little confused when
nearing the end of Ins speech.
Arthur II. Smith, Mansfield, O., "The
stairway to the stirs." Though Mr.
Smith's subject sounds rather etherUl, vet
he treated it in a trttlv original manner, aud
his voice was clear and enough vivacity iu
his speech to make it interesting. His ges
tures were hue an I he justly desert ed the
second place which was awarded him. He
Mr. V. Y. Smith. Springfield, ..
"The Outlook for Ireland" was a tert
hue oration In all respects. His manner
was free and easy from the hrst, ami he
entered into the spirit of the oration in an
excellent manner. II s body had a little
too much of a swinging motion." His sub
ject was one which interests the people to
day, and was treated throughout as such.
He vvasavvarded hr-t place, and the decis
ion of the judges was loudly applauded.
Mjiss Lillie Slough, Springfield. Ohio.
"TheXotel: An Agent of Reform. Miss
Stough also appeared very pretty in a
cream - colored dress trimmed in
white satin, with corsage bouquet
Mte spoke In a free and pleasing man
ner, and this oration, or essay, rather,
was very fine. Her minuscript seemed to
be more a detriment than a help to her.
She tied with Miss Cumback for fifth place
iu eterj thing.
I. I). Woniian. Leetonli, O., "The Im
pending Crisis." Mr. Wurman's speech
was rather quiet but he hid complete self
possession. His toicevvas clear and his
speech t ery plain: his gestures were easy,
but very limited, lie was git en third
V. Y. Smith, who received first place,
will be class orator next j ear, and also
commencement orator. Mr. A. II. Smith,
who received second place, will be mantel
orator at the same time.
Friends in this city have received the fol
lowing, which is self-explanatory:
.: MR. AND MRS J.W.CHEXOWETH
:Reuuest your presence at the marriage of
j their daughter :
I LYDIA, :
I J A.OVNTZ. j
1SS7, at 5 o'clock
The bride is a sister of Mrs. J. S. She
waiter and liv es near Hamsburg, Franklin
A woman named Mrs. Uanlin and a man
named Lee Goode were lodged iu jail here
this (Wednesda)) morning, by Deputy V.
S. Marshal Jack Fl)nn. They were ar
rested at Xorth Levvisburg. for counter
feiting and are a part of a large gang w ho
have been flooding the place with bogin
coin. The counterfeiters managed to se
crete their tools. Government Detective
Eaves is working up the case and is still at
Xorth Lew isburg.
The Ohio State Jer-ey Cattle Breeders'
association will meet at the Lagonda house
tomorrow, Thursday, Slarch 17, for their
annual deliberations. A good attendance
Is expected. Mr. Deuipsc), who has been
managing the business, is ill and probablv
Dentil of ft Hume llor.
At 11:45 o'clock this morning Morris Car
los diisl of consumption at his home, on
the comer ot York and Kenton streets. Ho
was seventeen ) ears of age, and for some
)ears was an inmate of the O. S. and S. O.
home, at Xenia. He was a son of Pat
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure is sold by F. A. Garwood on a guar
antee. It cures Consumption.
A tlistiikrii Chicken.
"Sinking of thicLens," r-niarLcd a gentle
man, "I umiI to have a cnam colored Uin
tatu that w.ls ganur than nny of )our game
chickens He vrmiM light anything on earth
I have seen him stamtlo a dru"e of cuttlo
going nlong tb road by 11) nig in a cmt's
face. 1 have seen him tncklo a horse He
nettr wns whipped Bigger thickens uln at s
flew- oter him, hut he never failed to hiL
He's dead now He killtil himself n
"Hon was that"" some one asked.
"Well, vou know when Itanium's bow
came through here it had wagons with largo
mirrors on their sides. One of these wagons
passed mv house and the little bantam was
sitting on the fence. Ho saw his reflection in
the wagon and Hew nt it, striking tha gl iss
like a bullet. He must have broken ev i )
bone in Ins game little body. Atlanta Con
stitution. The XX inner
of Schulte's Prize Problem will be adtet-
I tised in next Sunda)'s Xcus.
WILL BE I5TERESTED IX THE
London Clothing Co.'s
Xutv Carlisle. March 13. Saturday
evening a large and enthusiastic meeting of
citizens was held at town hall for the pur-.
pnse of making some arrangements to
dev elopo the surface indications of oil and
gas that are so plainly marked In this
v icinity. A stock was organized, and one ,
thousand dollars worth of stock was taken
at once. Another meeting of citizens is
called for Wednesday night also a commit-,
tee was appointed to make a further solic-,
itation of stock. Our enterprising citizens ,
n a ...... I.ii In .tin i . I,... noil .. u ftmt ....... !
Air iiiu,i(i ill .; mallei, ati't wr iirci iwii-
fident that our village will soon have all the
ail vantages round lu a burning well, buch
men as Dr. Self, John A. Collins I. II.
Funderburg. John Johnson and the
Mitchells are actively engaged In the mat
ter. The Indications are so marked
that our people feel assured
that if oil or gas Is found
in southern Ohio, here will be the place, at
all etents, a thorough test will be made as
soon as a contract for operating a well can
be made, and the company is fully organ
ized. Your capitalists of Springfield would
do well to give this locality some attention
while prospecting for oil or gas. The
marked surface Indications of the territory
here extend from Silt er lake to the x illage
of Med way, embracing a tract of land about
a mile and a half in width and four miles
in length The Sew Carlisle bank has
moved into their own building, the building
fonnerly occepled by NerT Miller, drug
gists. The drug store Is moved back to the
old corner . . .Measles have become an epi
demic here, but as)et no cases hate resulted
fatally Candidates for office are becom
ing numerous. The lote of office is one of
the weaknesses of the American citizen. . . .
th l'iesU)tenan church has been holding
a number of very interesting meetings the
past week, and receited twenty-eight into
church on Sunday, also the German Bap
tist Ins been holding meetings each even
ing this week at their church on yonn
Main street, so if our people go astray, it
will be no fault of the church that they
were not fully w arned of the danger. . . .Ed.
Stockstill starts his campaign this week in
the tree business. He expects to be absent
for several months ...A. X. Mitchell will
start to the west soon Mr. Peter Brau-
miller and Miss Mattie Jameson were mar
ried Wednesday evening last The far
mers of the West End are making the
needful preparations for the putting out of
their spring crops.
Living on the tlrputatlon or Others.
"rakeeverylbli'S that I have but my
good name; leate me that and I am con
tent" So said the philosopher. So say all
manufacturers of genuine articles to that
horde of imitators which thrives upon the
reputation of others. The good name of
Allcock's Ponocs Plasters has Induced
many adventurers to put in the market Imi
tations that are not only lacking in the best
elements of the genuine article, but often
harmful In their effects. This is not only
theft, but might well be called malpractice.
Sucli a thing ought not to be. The public
should be warned against these fraudsaod,
when an external remedy is needed, besuia
to Insist upon hating Allcock's Pouous
The United States supreme court has
postponed consideration of a question which
Is construed as a sei-Dacg oi tue oianuaru
Oil company and the Lake Shore railroad,
charged with discrimination In frelghtrates
in fator of the Standard Oil company.
Sick Headache. Thousands .who have
suffered intensely with sick headache say
that Hood's Sarsaparilla has completely
cured them. One gentleman thus relieved.
writes: "Hood's Sarsaparilla Is worth its
weight in gold." Sold by all druggists.
100 doses SL
In a fist fight between boys at Yonkers,
X. Y.. one of them was killed with a knock
John B. Gough. the far-famed lecturer.
excused himself to an audience because of
a bad cold, then started for Egypt In the
hope of getting rid of It Egypt coutaius
no remedy more certain in its result than
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Prussia has proposed to the Pope that he
call a European congress to settle the
Eastern and Kirjptian questions, and that
in such etent Bismarck would propose gen
My three children are suffering from
whooping cough and Gooch's Mexican
S)nip has been of great worth to them.
CHI I L.
o. 37 Harr Street Clnclnnit . O.
The czar and czarina escaped an attempt
on their lives by Xlhllists with dynamite
bombs. The leader in the plot has been ar
rested. Salvation Oil, the celebrated American
remedy for cuts, bruises, sprains, burns,
scalds, chilblains. Ac. can be had of all
druggists. It kills pain. Price twent)
five cents a bottle.
Commencing today, and continuing until
Ma) 31. inclusive, the I. B. 4 W. railway
will sell round trip tickets to Los Angeles,
and San Francisco, Cal.. at greatly reduced
rates. Xo other line from Springfield to
the west offers equal accommodations to
that of the J. B. & W. route. The elegant
Woodruff reclining chair cars now being
run on that line should not be compared to
those in use on other lines, and you will
find it to) our interest to call on either of
the undersigned before making your ar
rangements or purchasing tickets elsewhere.
1). II ItOCllE, Wm. Hefferman.
General Agent Ticket Agent
Lace curtains cleaned as nice as new; all
grades, at the Springfield steam d) e works.
The sultan of Morocco has prohibited tl e
use of all intoxicants and tobacco.
CROUP. WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shllolrs
lire, rorsaleby i. A. Garwood.
1 NATURAL HOT
MOST PERFECT MADE
Prepared with -rtrict regard to runty, Mnnzth
i,i iiaaltt'.rilnd T)t tHrc the onlr lt-k
Zig Powder that contain no Ammonia. iJaif or
P"IC BAKISO POWDCf CO . Cticrw cad St Louit
I The Bottom has Dropped Out.
A decline of 80c per barrel
on 1-8 sacks.
A decline of 60c per barrel
on 1-4 sacks.
NOTE THESE FIGURES :
Present Price. Former Price.
GOLOEH FLEECE, A $1.30 $1.45
GOLDEN ELEECE, L .65 .75
All dealers will retail as fol'ovvs : Golden
Fleece, per barrrl.'rn wood or sacks, $5.20.
Golden Fleece, 1-4 barrel, 31.30; 1-8 barrel,
We guarantee Golden Fleece to be the
best flour in the market and we propose to
maintain its superiority. Our brand is
copyrighted. Ask for ltandtake no other.
WARDER & BARNETT.
The nnder Igncd will sell the entire
contents of a 1 1 room House at
259 Xorth Market St.,
THURSDAY, MARCH 24, '87,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A M ,
Consisting of a very fine Parlor Suit (made
to order). 2 elegant Bed Room Sets (Grand
Rapids), child's and servants' Beds, Bureau.
Secretary, Book-case, Work-stand, Bed
Lounge, Body Brussels Carpets, Base
Burner", Diamond "A" Itange, Extension,
Center and Kitchen Tables. Wash Ma
chine, Bench Wringer, Cider Mill (new).
Horse, lluggy. two bets of Harness. Lawn
Mower, Preserved Fruit etc
A. G. BRANDNER.
J. M. Miller, Anet.
PTyPQ Instant relief. Final cure In ten
I ililJU. days, and never returns. Xo purge
aosaive.no suppository, bufforers will learn,
ofaslmple remedy Free, by addressing C.J
farts of tha Bodj enlarged, DevloiMSu4
fall rmnleatan, tMttmoBial,.tc, ra.ild ...lad. tra.
VHnsa, KMK KZDICAI. MuB'JJ'rjUaj. fe.X
I- ine I'roperty Fr Sale.
The attractive projiertyat Xo. SS west
Pleasant street, w ill be sold at public auc
tion on .xtarcli Si, by Messrs. r oley A. Hay
ward. The lot is SO b ir0 feet, located in
a good neighborhood, and only about five
squares from the ostotHce. The house is
a neat structure of eight rooms most con
veniently arranged, and has all the modern
com eniences. There is also a goal stable
on the loL
Ladles will please have their dyeing done
now, before the rush begins, at the Spring
field steam dje works. Center streeL
Golden Fleece is the leader In quality.
For sale ever)vx here at one fixed price; 1
barrel S3.20, H sack S1.S0, sack 65c
Head This Card.
There are many brands of flour being
represented "just as good as Golden Fleece'"'
but we guarantee our flour to havenoequal.
One trial will couv ince any one of the tact.
li sacks 51.50. S sacks 0 V. For sale
ev er) w here. Warder it Harnett
This Celebrated Brand of Stiff Hats only on sale at
A large proportion of the baking powders in the
market contain Ammonia, Alum, or Acid Phos
phates, and as a matter of prudence housekeepers
should insist upon knowing ALL the ingredients
of their favorite brand. A knowledge of one of
the ingredients is of little value, as it is no
guarantee of the wholesomeness of the others;
hence no reliance should be placed on any
baking powder unless the manufacturers plainly
state each and every ingredient used in ir.s
If your patronage for a baking powder has been
obtained by artfully written advertisements exten
sively circulated, note carefully whether or not
its manufacturers impart to the public a knowl
edge of every ingredient that enters into their
compound. Where this information is withheld
would it not be wise to discontinue the use of
that particular kind of baking powder and
purchase instead one so pure and free from
objectionable ingredients that there is in it
nothing to conceal?
Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is made
only of strictly pure Grape Cream of Tartar,
Bicarbonate of Soda, and a small portion of flour,
and does not contain Ammonia, Alum, Lime.
Acid Phosphates, or any adulteration whatever.
CLEVELAND BROTHERS, Albany, N. Y.
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 falling eff,
and in a majority of cases will produce a fine growth
of new hair.
CHAS. LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharmacists, No. 55 East Main Street.-
JOHN H. WILSON,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
SB AKD 28 EAST MUX ST., (Xeit Bad Rlv.r Sat. Bus,
Be opened Today, Saturday, March 5, 1SS7, ttUIi special im
portation! of best class and latest Btyltv- of goods, increased
facilities in floor space, lighting, etc. I am confident of abil
ity to giro better satisfaction even than at any time during
the ten years ot my business expei ience in (ipringfleld. In
the future, as in the past, I shall che my personal nuper
Tision to erery branch of the business and will continue to
to sell goods by the piece or pattern, whether made npat my
house or elsewhere. Askiog a continuance of your patron
age, I am Yours respectfully.
J. B. FELLOWES & SON,
NEW SPRING COODS
JXJST RECE1V HiLJ.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Latest
BUY YOUR COAL
HQTGHKISS, CMO & CO.
I07 LINDEN AYE., CORNER MONROE ST.
TELEPHONE 2VO. :-T.
D02STT BUY TTOTJPt
UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. S. PLATTENBURGS
NEW STORE, 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember tha
place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west ef Wigwam.
Fashion Plates on Exhibition.
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