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KEPUBT.Tr, SATURDAY EVESIXG. MARCTT -V, 1887.
Hair, Fire Brick and Clay.
A full stock always on hand.
ii i ir o;
v 11 no. n:
a or int. i
COAL ID ICE GO.
'.: South Limestone St.
mint of death, Irom llrighl's disease of the
kidtievs. who used f lie "Warner bile
Manv pieit thine occur In one- mimi Cure" rmd no other remedj. who think
and mm hen? el-e. Certain smart follow that It rurcd them and they r.re cured,
arc great men In their mind-, and in no- They were cured 1) It, "In their mind,'
NmIv else'-. ( -rum other jusiple ate verv and something cured them In their kulne.Vs.
wealth, in their minds, when those muni The inipoitait thing is that the) are cured
are in n state of. exaltation from the fume ami whethir the) have been healed by a
of alcohol. It iloe not require a great "mliid-eme" or a meilieliie cure, make lit-
amount or a tine iuility of niiml to accom ( tle.lifler.nre. The medium-wa Rineansb) j
pnsii greit ieiiiiou a weak pel sun. i in- winch theruie w a wrought. The same ma)
i unite ttue. a to iniannation in lefereiu.. 1 l. trulv sanlof the workot our loenl phvsi-
to.lie.w. tine wluttier Ins mill. I 1- clan, ome ol wh em to h.ie a speeial
1 weak oi stroll, ami ever) man- mind I- degree of Mure in curing kl.luev .lieae.
strong from hi own Mtidoint houlo .,u., i.rons are more likelv to ellivienr.-.
keep Ins mental svstem well harne.e.I anil l,.i th..e who lne no reputation a
tlie rem well in Inml when In- come in "cialit What we have said it in'
contact with Hiple who ale ill ami hi ' the vvav of ailertistig, for no amount ot
hoiilil keep In uipitliii' alo uiulei nioiiev eoul.l procure an iilitori.il epn I
strung control M.tuv tiiiis h.l-Nfl oii ot approt.il of aiijthing in the line ot I
made ill from tlieei tend."- fivling thev ( a patent medicine, oi ot anv pin -man. We
hae indulged towanl tlioe who ale di-i Ime m ide what I- inerelv and onlv a tatt-
e.wil. 1 (liferent pait lit a i-rou' lio.lv J utcnt of fact, to illiterate our iHiition a to
)inpathire with other part that areatleet the influence ul the im initiation.
M. ami sutler with them, and the ame i
I tntc of di'Ierent toii
i It can lie e.tiv i-en that people mi lie
II V0UE5 Manner
EVEXIXt; AX1 WEEKLY.
run i tit i niiiu.
' The etlort made In re, chief!) through the
il.il. iron, reading killfullv-w..r.led in.ili ' ''"... ... ......mi. put
1 cal advertisement, or tr..i.,'l.eariiig -rso, I ,"I,h " f"" h- '" '-' "'" ' '" "f
t itl...icnll .I.,t.Iw. I r..il,.,m,M i.,! icpiihlioan partv toappciratlheprimi-
eiitiTtam the leir that the are Iithleto,
I afl.i.L from tin. ih.i.nu Ii.i.mIiihI !.'. '
I peat.il reading or l.teni..g mat ervtali I l-r.Mlttterlngai,.lprni.Mtig degree of e
tin tear into a belief that certain part art
and do their dut in providing tor a
good local government, weieirownul witlia
The IHTl BLH rlt thf Sf Tori 4nd Trs
trra InorUtrd Trrss lll.pltrl.es mad thr Ittitri
CtMf (I urrlgni Trlrrram.
V M' Tkk
SPBIH&FIELD PUBLISHING CDMPAhY,
Publishers and Proprietors.
THK EVKMNU lU.i'i iiLIO Is publthfd
efcry fveuinR except und-iy, and lt drllv
tre.lat th rtt of We jht week. Slnglr
TlfP. UKKKI.V Klin HI.K' 1 puMMlied
errrThurilii. and 1 one of the moMcom
plete famM newjiapen tn tie countrT
etKht pai:t9. mirkeln corn pie t Kepielt
with Dfm and mtefllanT 21 per rear
tuvanamy can in aance
All eoramunlcMious ud cntii!tnlon
fhould ht? addrened to Olihon M Nihm
rdttor.and all tnnlnen letters to Tiikw-. 1
Telephone 'n. SAO.
I he primaries wereall large! attended
fin n. the person hehnr on the " " "I""-""' '" preeniaiuecitien,wi,o
! looKout tor ceitatiid.-strihed sMiiptonis, ts ""k ,l" nonnnationof wardcandidatesand
1 gins t .licou-r them, and the liecoine, at ""' ''''0,lo,, "' "lelegates to the cit win en-1
length. atuil tails. One's iinigin.itiou """ '" lial"1 '"", -"'el the orj ties pos-1
inu o weaken certain portion of the Nil Is "",' ri"11'- i"e graml ctl iiominat
. M in ike them the eat pre of dieae I ins ' ""',,"n- at " 'C-im. Wnl.ula
Khvi.iU Is this true, in the ,ase ot the ' "a" ""' frilit ,,f '' ""l preluni
preaeiicof epidemic When people I.,-- """ w"rl Sl,cl1 iwmeiitlnii. o eom
eome frightenul then imaginations art. , 1. could not go wrong, and it didn't,
stimulate.) to the highe-t degrn- of tension. ! -s,''r!l1 """ ""' lue, in a strong,
and the result is att.un.ll at the ei-neiif crail wa- "iat contribute.! to the har
tne phual tem and it variou part l"""""l a,1(l enthusiastic spirlt f the ,K
amliHiwer.. ( man p,nple it ma In- "'"" The right thing was done at the
truthful! said that, of thegreati assortment I riK,'t ""u'' !""' ell done, all through,
aud ariut ot ailments in the world. the fr"l!l 1,,S""lltl-' " end. and the result was
un haw almost anuhing the want, and ,lut- ' ""' ,'I"M" "f '' convention, there
"have it had.' if the 4 gne their mug-j waN 11"'l"i""n a1"1 a eral!-inanltest-
inatmn full pli and n-rit long enough in nl l"'rl-eof heart co-operation in work
then determination. Hue doe not haxe to j f"r ,ll,' eKvtion o! the ticiet.
hunt long, for a p mi or an a. he. until he I Tin purioe ha Ieen growing stronger,
timl it. soinewh. re. and it will dew-lop. I ai"' ,l"" eiilliiil.ini ha heeu growing
rapidl. with goo.! mental cultu.ition. heartier eer since the .omentum ad-
One will hiier, lrom this, that nun ii J,,"rn",, T1' repuhllcan of the cm luu.
! the mt re ami simple u.' of their
SMUROU EVEMSC. MARCH 26. 1887
Republican City Ticket.
OI.1VKK S KM I Y.
Al'fll'MTS .. Jjl'MMriN
I'..ll.' aoirl .ln.li;.
INili.e t'oiirt Irif nt.ir
fiiaxk i:ioiitm i:k.
r.itli e Court ItL:
KIM'tAK A. WILLIAM-
imagination. Ituite dieis-, and that in
nun raes the imitation will lie cordially
a-eepteil. that the guet will come to ti
a id put in its het and deadliest work.
It l alo true, happih, that one lia onl
1 1 tiimh make up his uiiud to tight off tin
ea.' to reit it er hrt .lemontration,
and to do so n ritentl, to overcome it.
iVrtainh tin i true in iii.ii intance.
riioiisand of cae of coiiuiuptlon, in its
earl forms, are undoubted! successful!
rpsist.il by the uiirsinnsr of
a ie course, as to the selection
of proper food and the ue of
pure air, and an organized and peritent
luht ag.nnt the mptom and facts of the
nhown that the knew whereto tWIu ,,
org mize Motor (at the primaries) and how
to push their adiantages li making good,
worth and strong nominations. Now
they must follow up their aciuir.il op
liortunitics with effective n-ional work
-. .. ...i ii... A. .i .
ii.iui min .nun (iieciosi-oi tile polls on '
pnl 4th-a week from nrt .Monda. I
'I here lined. Iw a thorough camass of the
cit. and ever republican must contribute I
Ills proper share of effort. The Mill mum
lie well-manned on el.i Hon da.
Then whit his heen done, tin Spring.'
tnut tie n-ieate.l when the cauciises are
held for the election of delegates to the ,
count nominating ..invention. Vnuiina-1
tions must lie made Ii the great in is of the
dlsei,.. It is our opinion that coiisii tion ,,',uW,n- "f lllP ' ' '"' "''". and not
Republican Township Ticket.
Tri Usui r
.IOIIN W. l'Alt-tlN-
JOSEl'll K. WOOD
can Ik- more eailv fought and euttil. up to ' "u" " 0 "" '"""''"" tliemplves. Let
a certain tage. than hiiiulre.1 of what are ''' coming count convention lie mule as I
known as curable ditae. Hut the pa- s'"1 a1"1 ''""' ""ly a that which a-1
tient mut have sene. courage, ch.i-rfu!-1 s,1"b!l',l at "e wgwaui, Wtilne,U nighty
lie and faith, and then, b umg ,r(lj ( T'"1 I'I'Ie havearNen . now let them ta '
andfairl the mean at hand, he an light UP-a'"1 k'--P theinvlve In lighting lomll-'
out the bittle for his life with go, liope of " "- '
j success. Hut it is the easu-t thing in the j Cominiiulcr-iu-Chief Fairchild. of the
world to cultivate a little cough into a big grand ami, has apjioliite.1 one pcr-on from i
j one. and arrange for a pain in the chet. j each Mate, a the Crant memorial commit-'
and hemorrhage, and all the tet. hv j tee. to take teps to erect a suitable iiionii
knuckling to it and giv mg free cop to the ' nient to the late great couimander. fien 11.
mental luachinerv. JliindniNof thouands P. I.lojil. ot rincinuati. represents Ohio,
of persons lnve vlrtuallv killed themselves , The evecutue comiuittee is coiiiKised of
with consumption and other dieae. i S. S Ilunlette, chairman. Heorgeb. Lvans,
1 1'irst, the allowed them a lodgment in i Ira M. Hedge, Uoliert II. Heath, John P.
I their minds and then thev trept into their ' Hei. . (1. l'eterson. I). V. Koter. H. I. '
b xlies and were allow e.1 to do their deadly1 Llovd (.eneral Kairchild sug.ts that on
jwork. A man's life is given him to be ! pnl T net. which will he the it-hflh
cired-for h him. and protected and fought j anniversary of the birth of fieneral (.rant,
tor He should never give it avva. except ever juM ot the O. A. II. shall, at ome
;for some greit cause. r presenting a sii-1 convenient hour, aemble and invite their
pr. melv imp.irt.int int.-ret. ' fcllvv-citiens to meet with them, hold a
Then, man other evil liei.le dieae , fe.it of patriotism and re-eive contnbu
can be overcome b the tree exeilinn of a tlon for the memorial.
strong w ill. t mirage and strength of pur-
pie are ne.v erf ul element ami ther are
The business boom of Springiield taki
prett go.Mleaie.if itelf, a will tieeen 1
thedispla) of sit sepirate card, repr. -entinc
as mam tiii-Snes houe in tin
cit, which canl apiiearon this pigeot tins
isue of the Hi im i.i ir. l.ach and a 1
should lie xer carefullv read. The III -priu.tr
is proud of spruigtield of her niti-
ehants and iiianufacturers. as well a f i
her citizens and institutions, and we mtei d
that SprmgUeld shall have reion. now and
henceforth, to lie p'oud of the lit i-i lit i. .
The let lard is Uigiis
oil. It l" alwas pure.
lard -tiitton s.iil
The spring jacket, for feminities. i
neat, when It tits wel1
The protection boom is a.uiiiiug great
"ire and good "hae. in the outh.
We n.-ol a kind of pi.ilubitiou that will
not make tippling shops of drug store.
The more one look at .lulin Sherman
the taller, aud larger, and liner he apicar'.
'I he president a that he has the heait
of a bo. He certain! has the head of a
The partisan of John Mierinan have
nothing but kind word for other repul -llcans
who are "mentioned."
The.itiiii'i7ni( Tim. , of I'h.ladel
nhia. the leadutir naner of it dri m tn
within the leich of all. 1 liev are avails U'ml.il Mate, (or in the world, reallv 1 ,
b'e and eff.ctive in anv .lepirtment of life , ,,, in its issue of the lt'lh
.rerTort-iii...i..l..itting.liseae- herclitan. I j,r. r. M. i(,oI. f ".pringfield. Ohm.
"pidcmic or other varieties in ttiimf., (, wulel known a a uccessfni editor, and '
ial. irofess,in tl or political life in prose- he is also known as an earnest friend of
cntmg cieat enterprises of all sort, ami I the Niti.la. "eliool cause. Mr. Nichols ha
thev are at the coiniiiin.l. to a great extent t1'll"1 " di-tmction by leading off m
ofnlii-r !. , . J i the abandonment of a .""inula eilition of
of all arsons. It i- ., verv por p.r.ted , ,, ,,3,.r , .s,,rlll!:t,dl, is, ,-i ni.tr. i
nan. indeed, who cannot make ii,.hiuuml ( on the wre of pnnciple. while the seem
to do something, and to do it in the best lug prolits of that edition were large. His
.vav poibie in hi present circumstance ' example is alrtad being followed by oth
ir in the,, rraiii-lan.es which it ,- in ,,,; ! . a-l 't '' ''Kel.v to ,r..vethe iH-gin-,,
. . '" mug of a gieatl.v mnle.1 reform. Hr
Kiwer to create Hi- hoKarrter who do.- jin h. mcent has written from Indon
lis N-t gets on U tt. i than the man In the to loiiL-ratulato llr. N'iihol on"thewi-e
.line line who .Im n't. In this countrx ' ,l"' right step" tlius taken b him.
there are opjiorf unities for all txrsons, ot ' ,,. ,- , ., ,.
. . , ., . . ' , Mr. Kelly, and the Kkpi m ir. aIo, have
. Il .1.., ..F . I. ,t.A, .1.. ..... I . 1.. - I
uMirnmd", uui u.i iiu. .'ii in inner
le favore.) countries, where popular right'
are not conc.il.il b govtniiiients and
clas-cs and univtr-il ri-i t is awarded to
ill iersoiis who imiiife-t courage and phi. k
and aim to do their level be-t. And this i
irit-Ki':iv e ot the ondition or rank of the
im-oti. .- that mill, what one reill
thinks, or dm- 'in his uiuid." he actuall
lot-. If he is pluck and per-i-tent in fol
lowing up Ins opiKirimiit. What the
Aorld admirt- niot in a man, i maiiluu-s.
and what it exieets of ea. h male (ktsoii is
tnat he -hould be a man, in the higlu
-ihle -en-e, from hi- -tan.l j :n t.
-jioken ver kindl of Mr. Abram 1U Lud
low. Now if Mr. Ludlow shoult organ ire j
a vindictive fight agaiti-t Mr. Kell, it
would be ure to rent, unfavorabl, on the
afore-mentioned Mr Ludlow. We can't be
lieve that he will do it. but if he doe., he
w ill Im- hoit b his ow n .etard, higher than
l.il.lerov's kite. As a candidate he is go
ing up to that altitude, an how
'I he non-partisan boom is already rattl.il
and "busted." It was the result of a ni.e
scheme, but its life has been hort and un-
tins- l'aPP- Hundred of democrats. Knights
, of Labor, 1'i.ion printers and prohibition-
Mnce writing the foregoing, we rind the i 1ts '" ol' '"' OIer S. Kell. The dc
follovving paragraph, win. h ina.v ! utilized elopinents in his favor are assuming uiiex--1
1 throw some light on the topic ilK-nised. j I"""' all1 inspiring proort
Whoever assaults Oliver S. Kellv will do
it at his own co-t. He .annul hurt Mr
Kelly anil he v, ill li' -tire to hurt himself.
'Ihe New York nn s.is tint '.rover
Cleveland is the man who h.is kn.x'k. !
. . .
i . smart ihiv in a iimion 'ooaro 'scihmii.
the Itellefontaine I ,.4S .liu-red that Mi-es was a gentle- '
l.iuielf out ' that he Is
That wigwam convention was an order)
:!air. but Hob Kenneth's gave wouldn't
have lasted tell minutes. It took twogo.il.
in the tiliton.il column of our bright dem
t' r. .
man. lie explaln.d tint "when the d.iugh-lf.illierson-wlioarcaflliUe.lnitliLldiie
ter- of Jethro went to the well to draw
tl.M-e will oIm the -auitarv direi'tions ac-1 .i i , i
ou.p. living "Warner's ,-afe t.r"- -.,- Wat'r """ -'"lll,r,N -a""- '" 'Imvethen.
alhil, I the ma omit the trouble of do-uig a,l(1 Mes heljieil the daughters of i
t:ieiue!ve with the. .intents of the bottle, ('ethrti and aul to the shepherds, 'Ladle
I'he virtue of the medicine n-ules, not in iirst, jilease, gentlemen.' "'
'he bottle, we mean tosav, but in the I
wrap.er around it. The easv pro- 'Ihe Cincinnati Tiiihx Moi printers and
e of inducing the average citl- proof-reader, should lx taught that the
en le-ixviallv if
Hard clubs, to ma that convention. Lithei I ' .,'.....'..- "... . . , h,""rs I .spriiigtleld Itti-i Hi ic Is republican, but
one of them wa- more than a mat. li for the ' tvn.it is in fa. t due to another, has Hrii " ' P"'"-'1"'1'1 ''"P"''I" 'in, vv Inch is a
Jefferson club mot .ict.-tiil! uti!itil a indicated in Massachusetts mugwump paper that d'-es ,
; ; ;. i this partgrajih. We mat Ik- mr-uki n m not propose to "spell victor" tor the re-
A distinguished Ix-ro m hurope wa I Ih,-e ,, (lf )r'. ,,, ,, ,, ,,,.,......, with "a twMorv V ."
cured of paralis b the i.ient earth- reatingourselves f.tirlv to suggest that we - - !
i lie iioii-paius-in ii tichei needs a lit- i
tie more amending. Cushniaii should be
There is a point m this, to this extent Put lt "" ,l,--" 1"11 Hagan -l.tuniied into
I here is virtue in sanitar dim turns, and the intestinal department.
the faithful following of tln-e direttiuiis. un.i's imir n.ii.l-
would core nnnv invalid. And we doubt ! The friend of the laboring man is the one
vv let 1 1. 1 Hit im di. me. however g.xxl it j that sells them their g.xxls at lowest prices,
night be, would em e any one unless the ; aml 'aJ terms, and in ca-e of sickness or
sanitar directions were followed. In com- Kiting out ot work, carries them safe over
. . ,.i,i ,i I. ..ii- . I the bridge tint 1 health or work letunis.
limn vv th thee.ltor.it the f. i.ioiiiki, "we .. .. , ,- , . i ,, . ;
,. , , . , ' , K Hrandoni A. to. have .lone this to hini-
arenot mi litble to Ii- mistaken' (a to ' ,ire.N and will do it again. Thenvvh
patent iiiiiliciue-1 "a-we uel to be when I patronize the coiiiiiiisioii agent, who hive
we wereounger. but we have become -at- "" nione ami couiu n.u ueip uu it the
LEADING BUSINESS HOUSES
MEL5QN BUSINESS COLLEGE, & F- Brandom & Co.,'
N.i l the time to register com
plete. nurse, only U
I! T Ml 'i Principal
John McLaren & Bro.
Hry (loi.d. and Notions,
11 and uitli I iiuestniie -tre. t
i ash tint Ow Price
M. M. KAUFMAN,
"M Plili I
Men i fine I uriitshliigsaii.t
Iriiiim t snei lain
1" I.laek tiperv Home
W. S. CUSHMAN,"
I I MUM.
The met ni'idern an.t best
eiiitpw-.l gallery tn -prlnglleM
Willi an aril. t p.iser rcaile
Hamilton & Emmy
Daily MEAT Market,
1" Went Main -ireft
IJft of Kreh nrnl .lit MpaM.
Pickle i Pork ornrd lloef.
IUnt4 Hil It iron
Schulte's Shoe Stores
2 1 Hit Maluand 1M Main.
Mautitacturers anil dealer in the
list line of
HOODS FOK KOOT-WEVIt.
VLL THE M.W TM.E
DR. H. R. DOSCH,
THE IIGIIE DENTIST,
Mieratlug Ih-utl-try a spec
PVKI..HI- 1 and 1" Ki IIK
Chapman Coal Co.,
COAL 8l COKE!
U thf lfst uratie .it thr low
"t prUf tii.nntre1 wHuhtn
rrlrphoiifs In and 10
Bruce, Hauk & Co.,
int lirntf' furnisher Kenly-
mai'.e t letlOng
ll the belt go-as aii.lstvles that
come to this cit) lllgti
street ami Anile
Home Steam Laundry
vi Vltsii i.i. a. (it..
NO pi iKST III.. II sTRKET.
i.. Hi.ls callel (or and .Iclirerct
free felephone 1 .1.
t TOWEL SUPPLY COMFf
-uppliesa.lean toelf.ir -1 a
mmith and s i.ip for rack for
eachaitititi.inil t.iwel. 7"c ei.
tra 10 Uest High t . tele
L. M. HARRIS.
U holf site .iiid retail Mr iiVr in T l.Mh,ti if.ut. Ih.l
PIANOS and ORGANS CIGARS AND NEWS.
AKnc for Troy Uuiutr f
I'ytt'H it.it)ct tiir seitt
I ir.it ul prr.k 1 1 oust
Kinnane, Wren & Co..
The i.re it
DKY COODS. CVKI'Kr
mt sm til musical f instruments
t AKi IK
Myers. Lafferty &. Co.
nd House Furnishing Hoods
10 ami Fi Fast Main
The Pimlott Coal Co.. Fehl, Johnson & Co.,
W """.V.'a.'.r.V.'V"'"" , Mi"-' -urers of
IIUil.IKS. ( KI!IU;r,
It (Till If llfSl . t.rl mr on.l llrlitlt..
Ofe -outf. M.rket. .! VVons
t r . Vestl.ini. liEMuii nil. e and fa. t ir West lllista it.
COAL AND COKE.
i it Ida ist
And dealer In Photographers'
I orner Main and Market
0. F. HYPES,
THE NIIIKT MAKEH,
Hitter and Furnisher.
Kilt Main. street
J. V. B. HOYLE & CO.
ml rt Fmhrotdery Material.
WMmth I. line. tone it
iiirraTim:' and rt(iooti,
r- W est Main
SI. JOHN SEWING MACHINE.
The only senlni midline in
the world that continue to
sew tn the ame direction,
whether nut backward or for
J Mil iK
'Starkey &. Scowden,
1 tsn dealers tn
hue House in tentril "nly direct route to New ork Jl 0JJ I Oj sstrlVCO.
"Ill" li mrs V to snrtmrnpl.l fllnners and Kuhtrs.
Springfield Paper Co.. Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Healer In all kindsof
Kuildtii!: Pauer ratuuni:
raper atks etc
"H Fast Main
JONES & SON,
CARPET HOUSE !
I arpet. i urtalnaiid Window
Corner .Main and I Imest ne
"If .New V .rk th Hrfi-sl n
lie w .r I
I S. KI.I.IOII'. - A(.KT,
Ko.nn 1 Mil, ,r nimk
HOFMAN & CO.,
. Hint Munttrrt-t ttwrrn
I. mrnt inr an I pruii;
Il UiiotltH. W itrhr. t locks mil
J Krlly s rc ulr
FKKSII LAGER BEER,
rlue Ulue- And I.i iuor.
JKa-t llfch -t
McCulloch & Routzan HAMILTON. BflOJKS & COMf'f
.saddle. Ilrlille. I ol -trs hips
Mne llarnessa peilili
Trunk, satchel ami ahse
II Kast Main
DKS1(,KRS, EX(JK IVKItS
Ot Color ork of all kind
. Kelly Arcade
H. M. PARISH.
FRUITS UNO FISH UNO GAME,
j)"t ni MHkKr.r.
1I the new tint best Irults Has
Netts & Stephenson,
CookiriK. Utlnc nnd tiasollnr
loifs, "lte ati'l Iron MautfN,
U I ist Main Mrt
Jason W. Phillips,
3iKt Main street.
RICE & CO.,
Manufacturer and Healer In fine
Vnd llulibers; particular atten
tion Klven to Custom Work.
w. w. dTehl,
42 West .Main.
Iron. While Lead and .Mixed
Faint. arnishe. li.ior and
"ash. Illlnds and Iramcs.
Hayner Distilling Co..
COPPEK IHMIM.KI) KYE
nd Hour'mn Uhinkir-,
JACOBS & LEEDLE.
coal axu woon.
1U7 Llmptn l(lfhoue T
AD. BAKHAuS &. CO.
Inii;t, Medfrine .ind hrrtnrilt.
i tnoy ami Toilet rtlcis,
spontte. Uruhes. IVrrutner.ttc
it Kait Maui trert
MURPHY & BRO.,
III.? (.'OOKSand MriO.
-iIks. Iires uoods, Uiies.
Kmtirolderle and II une keeplni;
s and Vi Limestone l Lssl Hluh
r7 E. LOBENHERZ,
Hakerr and ('iiifecllumTj'.
Best Hread and i akes
Tartle supplied fine tie ream
,B Kat .Main treet
Henry C. Wiseman,
i utlrv. factory lpplies,
4JEat.Malu st richer UIo k.
Springfield Seed Co.,
M Juine Hotel orner
eed. lilt Hower-i. Moral Ie
lE!M. ""tatlonen. ames -?port
int tJouds. tiKar- and Tobteco,
Last jJaiM. Lawn Icanii. ,
PeiieiH hi all kiinln ot
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
Wholesale and Ketill
R. P. Willis & Son,
Pitimliri's Stcniii and
J 01TH I.I.METOM TKftT
London Clothing Co..
M-vnufti turer and Ketiiler.
J'.) SOI IU 1.IWEST0VF.ST.
W. A. GROSS & CO..
I'rac lea! Kinlialmer.o,
i est Malu street, restdenee.
lljs.utli farter street.
Springfield Nat. Bank
I es a irenertl tnukln; husi
ness iiiss lien ae.ounts
and c.iUei lions
Htllkllic house West Mtln t
1- Pelineld.l l.tner
Sullivan, the Hatter,
Laonda lloue Ulock.
tin irautee- to siv juu Ir4mi r)r
roi on tery il.it
iMeouMMeand Inside Uriv
ot every desrription
D. H.BALDWIN & CO.
PIANOS and OltCVNS.
evaxs. mum i co.,
HOOTS AND SHOES!
Hnei utt. mi Uurk a specialty
11 outh Market t
W. WEBB & CO..
iid I'Ji irm icist Hue Toilet
N" Jl Kl APE
S. Altschul, Jr. &. Co!,
Di'lttlrr' ;ent and Johber
llottler of ine- and Liquors.
OfTlceand ?aleHnym, 6J rcadf
S. Altschul, Jr. & Co.,
Office an 1 saleroom t,2 A read.
sample Itoont and Kestaurtnc
Tlie 1-iuest VVrilskle. VVinr4 and
'ltr. I.wer Ueer. ail brtnds
lingular dinner, tic
Dan II Kuasam.l'rop.toK Main.
J. E. EHRENHART,
Wholesale and Retail
Millinery and Art M iterial,
l Fast Main street
the J. D. Smith Co.
Hind llonksand .Macaiine
(orner IllKh treet ani Malnut
liook Work of all Description.
-oulh Limestone street am 1
M rirvin. lallal;cr
AMDREWS. WISE & PUTNAM.
Mantel and ilrate. Qneensw.ire.
i arpet. iiiasiware,
Stoe. Hanices. I urtains. House
riiriiisnine ito.Ml. ete
T. M. GUGENHEIM,
Dutilap A: (Jnyer'! Hats
nd llson Itro- hirts.
Of Southern Ohio, wholesale and retail dealers in
PIANOS and ORGANS
Is easily found.
Every man. woman and child knows just where to find
Ihis popular house. It is
R. F. BRANDOM & COMPANY
3STO- 74 JLFLCDJUDtt
They sell more goods in a day than the whole kapoodle of them all in a month. The prices are
lower than any commission agent can possibly name, except they sell che.p trash, which they do.
Then why do you fool your money away on small potatoes ? Go to headquarters and save agents'
commissions, and have the satisfaction of dealing with a first-class hous9, where you have a large
selection of styles and makes to buy from. All the most celebrated makes of Pianos and Organs
Are found at Brandom & Co.'s, and if you should get sick or out of work, you won't loose all you
have paid and the organ or piano besides. It is most important in buying a Piano or Organ that
you should deal with a responsible house, one that can take care of your interests.
Small Musical Instruments of all kinds a specialty. . We lead in everything in the
music line. Some big bargains in second-hand Pianos and Organs.
R. F. BRANDOM & COMPANY, 74 ARCADE.
uake. As . have ii.iMrthiiial.' her. ,ri" '" -" liable tn lie mistaken iio.v-a-.la)
1 1 s It lts.u.1 tit tka tl I iit"V 11 11 l urik i ......
ne ran mil cure our paralvii.- with jxivv- i " '"- "" ."k.-i.
tier-null eiiloioii. Patient Ihhi.i li.ar.i
at (.or station.
'I he roinitrj vvoulil ln well m look In its
hotel lire-tra)is, Iiefur am inoie ctn-t a e
luimeil. The object-lesson at Milvvaukte
nd HutTalo oui;ht to impress ujnm hotel
owners what the) uiijlit to .hi for the im
te. tiou of the traveling pulili. .
If a man iiam-il i.aumr) n.iu!.l r. ail
thee lines he will learn that there are two j
I-eriii. if not three, on thissi.leot the ! ishe.1 that there are wune of tliem whohave
JOHN H. WILSON,
the merchant tailor Quinine Hair Tonic
water who would like to have him t-ouunit
sulchle, leaving behind Iilin an autlient'c
mteiuetit that he is reall) ver) dead.
.V anted to (the) never want to) but iro and
.... . . null jour piano or orsan avva) lrom you
Warner -afe k,,, H ,nil ...u ., navuient'' AKm..
Cure." we nav s.i) that we know of several patronize Hrandoni A Co. and )ou will lie '
jof our ieroual fiiend. who were at the I safe and need not fear an) danger.
a. tual merit, and as to the
Hi .VXD 2 EJ ST MAIX ST., (Xcxt Mad Rlrer Xat. Hank),
He opened Saturday, March ', 1SS7, with special im
portations of bksl class and latest styles of goods, increased
facilities in floor space, lighting, etc. I am confident ot abil
ity to ghe better satisfaction even than at any time during
the ten years ot my business expei ience in J-pringHeld. In
the future, as in the past, I shall ghe my personal super
vision to etery branch of the business, and will continue to
to sell goods by the piece or pattern, whether made up at my
house or elsewhere. Asking a continuance of your patron
age, I am Vours respectfully,
J-CDTSLUT HI. V7"IXjS02ST.
For the preservation and restoration of the Hair.
1 Excites the Scalp to new and healthy action, re
moves dandruff, prevents the hair from falling off,
and in a majority of cases will produce a fine growth
of new hair.
CHAS. LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharmacists, No. 55 East Main Street.
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