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REPUBLIC, "WEDNESDAY EVENING .MAJtC'U 30. 1887.
GRAND DISPLAY NEW SPRING GOODS!
f -r 9
Consisting of the latest novelties in Dress Goods. All the new shades in all-wool Cashmers ; Combination Suitings in great variety ; all the new colors in Henrietta Suit
ings and in Surah Silks at unusually low prices ; new Black Silks, 24 in. wide, every yard guaranteed to give entire satisfaction at $l and $1.25 per yard ; new Silk Velvets in
in all the leading colors ; new Dress Trimmings in great variety of style and colors, at 75c and 95c; these goods really are worth $1.25 and $1 50 ; we are offering new Dress
Goods as low as 4c per yard ; new shawls, spring and summer shades, as low as 65 cents each ; new Lace Curtains, over a hundred different patterns, as low as 75 centc
a pair; GREAT INDUCEMENTS Offered in this department.
Special bargains in these goods ; new Cassimeres for boys as low as 25c a yard, really worth 50c ; new Hosiery; new Gloves ; new
in great variety of patters ; new Buttons ; over 200 dozen gents' full regular made Socks at the small sum of 6c a pair, regular price,
of stvles and colors: German Damasks,
Towel at 6c, worth 10c in any store in Springfield or anywhere else ; gents' Unlaundried Shirts, reinforced linen fronts, linen bands, at 23c ; these goods are'worth 45c ; new
Seersuckers in great variety of patterns and styles, as low as 4c a yard ; new Dress Ginghams ; new Muslins ; we are offering Brown Sheeting, two and a half yards wide, at
17c, worth at least 25c a yard : new white goods very cheap ; new Children's Cloaking ; new Prints as low as 2c a yard ; new Bed Tickings as low as 5 cents a yard. Bar
gains all through the house.
OUR OPENING SALE WILL COMMENCE THURSDAY NEXT, MARCH 31, 1887.
At prices ruinous to ordinary compe tition.
The bot good- in the market.
Mure Groceries and Queeuswaie than an)
liouse in tin- city.
THERE IS NO DOUBT
Tint you can ae 20 per cent on jour
piuchW-.b bnine at either of our
WE "VEVER FVIL
To uae the koaU named at prices
quoted in tins space.
WE WANT TO SEE YOU
Yt Either Stores.
91 and 93 Vnl Main St. anil 0 Sooth Mar
ket St.. "jrlneWIt. O.
TTTAXTEn Prewr and wrapplnc Klrl at
It Mulnefleld Mram Iye W nrks. .Stf
ASTFlT hveryone to know that W llliam
. Bartholomew is now ready to clean all
kinds and tirades ot carpets and mattlnEwlth
the patent steam carpet beater. Carpets
called lor and delirered to any part ol the
city. Ordert left at anyot the carpet stores.
or at the office, rear ot gas worka. tops
TTJANTED Salesman can add Al line; small
II samples, one mient earned S4.4UO. others
up to Siwu. In lvA, 1 O. Boa 1371. ew ork
abont 7 rooms; centnil
Address, & T.CO..M Arcade
WSTEI A fiennan Btrl tor Keneml housr
work In small tamll. itood nices Ap
ply at corner of Jefferson and Market streets
LADIES wantc" to cet up Tea Clubs for our
iure Tea aLd Coffees. A host of useful
articles to vlrct from as premiums, end for
Illustrated Price and Premium Ust. Special
Offer To every tenth person that answers
thfs advertisement, we will send free one
pound ot choice Tea. Address, hatlonal Tea
and CoSe Co- Boston. Mass
WAXIED Allve.enereetle man. to repre
sent us- ITS per month, and expenses
Goods staple, every one buys, outfit and par
tlculars tr. standard silverware Co.. Bos
FOK xLE For cash or trale-Mi residence
on south Limestone street, betw-en - Uf Ion
and Ktzer streets brik house. lOrooms, laree
lot Lnqmreof undersigned for terms, etc J
. Gunn " t
FOK M.LE-C1IUI.CII OltiiW -The Hrsi
Pre3bteiian cburch. haling decided to
purchase a new organ, will dlsposeof the larve
orgin now in thechurch at a ery low priie
For terms ant full particulars apply to either
W. fc. Thomas or J s Crowell -prlngfield.O
MONEY TO LOASJ.
"ITONEi T LOi.-Insumsof S."Ot57ji.
JlL on three to flie years' time, on first mort
papeorappntved commercial paper i?ein:e
II Coles, rooni No 1. Lagonda bank building
MONEY TO LO IN In sums of 1500 to Sl.fi
on th -e to Qve Tears time, on first tnort
gage or aprr let commercial paper Theo
A. Hick. 2( east High street. 46br
n P fit aM I nlMd kiku Cr.1,1.
ia SrD4 tor
mw UlMUla GalJ l
AOdnM JO Cmlto
Final cure In ten
J. liJJJOt days,;
.and never returns No purge
Dosalve.no suppository, boffereri will learn,
of a simple remedy Free, by addresslnc G.J
Contractor and Builder.
Store and office furniture made toorder. also
doors irrandas. inanities. Inside blinds, hand
ml!, stairs and screens. Estimates and sped
orations fwrnlshed on application. 2 north
Center street, sprtngfleld, 0.
i 1 1
hot soup poured over it before
serving The eae with which " Cerealine Flakes
mav ue nrepareu in manv
who use it.
The "Cercaline Cookbook." cortalninf or tvo hundred
carefully prepared recipes, and a pamphlet on Cereal Food
illustrated with twelve original engraving of ' Hiawatha t
Fasting, will be lent to any one who will menMon where this
advertisement wai seen, and enclose a two cent stamp for post
age to the Cerealine M Tc Co Co mbui, Indiana
BANCROFT, SOLE AGENT. "
WHITE 1KB SOUND TEETH
Are ludispeniable to
IV rs mil Henry and Hood Health.
Keep j our teetli white and pearl, free
from tartar and decs, jour pum- liealthj
ami the breath sweet. b nuic either
(Vu. i TovtU Tj"" or P .wler,
Hiii-i' Ch rina'TttO'h Paste or Soap
fliom fon'n Tooth Map,
l,)cii.e Tooili tablets
Hudson's Dental Cream,
Charcoal Tooth Powder or
OrrU Tootk Ponder.
These are all eood preparations, containing
no acids or other Injurious articles, lor sale
CASPER'S Drug Store,
rtsber's Block. MalnStreet.Sd Door Wot
Crud "il Partner." Fridaj. April!.
Black's. Marie Pre-scott, Saturdaj,
THIS MORNING'S FIRE.
.sorseTtr'n It.ni.r sllchtly Iami(;el
Four IlmU sjuffcl it.
At IOtZj o'clock this morning an alarm
of fire from box S2, comer of Center and
Pleasant streets, railed the Centrals and
Westerns to a storj and a half frame dwell
ing. No. 191 south Center street The
building is owned by Mr. Itos Mitchell
anil lav-miled In (leorce Tale, a tinner in
the einploi of William McCuddv. the Main j Tne Worfiincton ChaitPiuqm circle will
street hardware dealer. Mrs. Tate had meet on Thursday afternoon, at the r.-l
hum; some clothing on a line stretched deuce of Mrs. Johu Kord, No 74 south Kiev
across the kitchen, and while she w as out . street
of the room the clothing had caucht fire A bnlliint pirtj is cm the tapK for to
from the kitchen sjoe. In which there was morrow eve.iine Mr and Mrs Win. X
aery hot tire. The clothes burned rapidly Wlnteley will entertain at their residence
and soon icnited the w(mI work near the
hUne. When the hrew as discineretl the room
was hlled with smoke which was iKiur
Iiij: from the two doors in dense olumes.
A pentleman who hapjiened to Ik passim;,
rushed into the house and found a cradle
containiue two balies in the erj room
w here the hre w as. He earned the little
ones into the open air. undoubtedly sal ing
iieiriiies .r imo uiey rriuainru a mnmc
loncer in inai ilt'lisr smoKe turj omu uei-
tamly liHxetieen sutlocated. Four or hie
buikeLsof water used jutliciously, quenched
the tlanies, the fire department not being
n quired to throw any water. The loss on
the building and clothing will not exceed
S .0. Mrs Tate lost a nsl bird, a mocking
binl and tocanaiIe, all being suffocated
by the smoke.
Cootl n Life Xusutanrr.
This mnnnng the widow of Conductor
(Irtirge W. Cogswell wis paid the sum of
SlXJbvMr II I. Kockneld, as agent
fjr the Conductors' Ass-x-iation, of which
Mr. Cogswell was a member.
All republicans should attend the ward
meetings tomorrow eiening
Why is it that ieople will insist urrfm I
pay ing a thousand prices for a suit of cloth-
ing wlieii for Si" you can purchase at
East Main street a custom made Scotch
Chel lot that the ow ner can w ell lie proud of ?
DON'T BE HUMBUGGED ANY Wfl.
Hemember w buy direct from the mills
at rock-hottom prices
These goods do not contain a liber of cot
ton flock or shoddy.
They are goods that can be iinpllciti
relied upon In every particular, and for S25
we guarantee a fit that lsn t equalled in
soups "Cercaline Flakes" is in
finitely better than Maccaroni,
Vermicelli, Italian Paste. Sago,
or Barle It is more toinen
ient also. It needs to be placed
only in the tureen and have the
Service and Style, the
qood quality, at 27 l-2c a
NEW YORK STORE, NO. 33 S. LIMESTONE.
Mr. Dan Miniliin went to Lima todaj.
niismex in police circles is reiinrKaliH
Court will ajjo lm for the term next
John Thompson was run in jetcrda for
Todaj the ineirbers of the police force re
ceded tlnir pa.
The Hunch of Kejs coinpaii) went to
I),cton this moraine
Marshal Hamilton, of Yellow Springs
wis in town this morninc
S A. PaMn, K-i . of Yellow Spring.
was In town ttla on leeal busines-.
The funeral of Agent bam Duddi'i father
occurrel thu aftirno)n at 2 30 o'clock.
A fellow ciWtip his mine a Ed Wren
was station-housed Kit uenlni; for dnink
euness. A J. llaker's bond as meler In the
Uncolcase isSl.000, and not StO.UOd as
Vincent Kiino, the hariit. went to I)a-to-i
this atterntKm. He plajs for i swell
hop there tonicht.
Jlr. J. Warren V il. of Columbus, a
member of the ln-lon Clothing company,
is in the city tenia) .
Mr. Kichard Pru Inrd. of St. Mtrjs, O,
Is wsitinc his ilvichter, Mrs. J. K. bimth,
of south Center street.
Meetlni; at tlie Christian church tonicht
at 7 30, prep iratory to holy communion
next Sunda. All inwted.
on east High street.
Oinernor Foraker jestenli appoinusl
Mr. John II Thomts, of this city, a mem
ber of the Ohio Centennnl Commission.
The appointment is an exctilent one.
Mrs Julia Willis Cuiiiiimus ami Miss
Florence Haines, formerly of this city, now
of )en,eri Colorado, are home
on it oriel
xislt. Miss Haines is greatly lmproicd in
Dr. W. T. Batter-on and Y rank I.ang
left this afternoon iia the Hee Lino for St
Andri us Hay. Florida. They will be ab
sent about four weeks, and will combine
pleasure w itli business.
Such is the dirth of local news today that
n-arly eier report r in the uly was at the
fire this afternoon on south Center street
S-i en were there and only two or three
fa led to respond to the gong.
Mr. C C. Haines, of Dayton, traieiing
passenger agent of the Pan Handle roul, is
acting as ticket agent at the SpringheM sta
tion toiny for the regular agent, Mr Sam
Dodds, who is in tnia attuiding the fu
neral of his father. '
It probably surprised Professor Hluinen
scVm yesterdey, when he reid the !!-'
I'tm ic.s account of the Orpheus concert
that he felt Ibe lack of "rej.rehe.ni.enev
on the pirt of the chorus. The word was
written re-pnMen's "
Dr L K I.uell Iia- receited from a
Thii'n tirin rnnip- of a steel emrriiiiir of
himself which are to Ik- placed in the bound
proceedings of the ational Keleetie Med
ical Association, of vilnch he is the presi
dent. The likeness IS excellent.
Springtield people arc to Ime something
new offered in the nay of a church cuter
tiinment The young ladies of Highstrtet
31. K. church are going to giie an orange
social next Tuesd ly eiening. at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs Cunn, which prom
lses to tie a lery unique affair.
estertlay afternoon at 4 o'clock Charles
Elmer, the three-months-old sou of Jlr ami
Sirs Kickets, nlio reside near the I.ittl
Miami railroad, in the southiestern part of
the city, died of lung feier. The funeral
occurred this afternoon at 2 o'clock, the
butial being in Kerncliff.
ON A SERIOUS CHARCE.
Iitrob nut nun jer Token to Mnstllloti
On it Cliur,e tf IliNlnrtly.
Constable Andrew Dangleisen, of 3Ia
slllou, O , arriied here yesterday afteruiKiii
with a warrant for the arrest of one Jacob
(jeriistenmeyer, on thechirge of bastanly
Six months ago (ernstenmeyer was a resi
dent of 31assillon and tt r some time prior
to his removal to this city hid as-iii
uously courted a young Herman
girl, Klnora Weilxd He left Massiilon
rather suddenly and came to Springfield,
audit was some time alttr Ins arm al here
before his friends Ieametl wht ie he was
On 3Ionday the Weibel girl jpi arc tl lie
fore a justice of the peace ami swore out a
warrant for (lerustenmeier s ariost, c hstg
hig him with the paternity of her
unborn child. The girl claims
that Cemstennieycr reduced her
under a promise of nnrringi . Tlrs morn
ing it was learncsi tliat the fellow wis
working in the ast street shops, and lie
was placed mule r arrest by Otlictr Wilson
Heattirst dented the charge, but wht n
confronted by Constable Dauglt iv u he
wilted, and admitted that lie u is guilty
This attt moon the constable took linn to
"Retsel" brand leads.
yard; all linen Damask
NEARINC THE END.
Th 1 innl Wfirk if th Campaign Mnpptl
Out nt the Cnunilltr Mrrtliic I.-t
rousini; nieetms; of the Cl-uk couutj
icpuMictn central commlttte was held in
the committee rooms in the lluckinKli un
hiuldini; Kst (Tnesdij) eeniiuc. and the
fintl work of the campiiKii wasentereit
into with sinihcant entlmsHm Much of
the work accomplishfd lat nkht cannot bc
iliMii-td in print for Rood reasons,
hut the feeliiic was alie, actne
in 1 united Mis tines in all the wards for
Innl oricinizatiou was unbred for toiuorrovv
1 1 Imrscm ) i euine, and a iiiiiiiIht of call-.
will In- found (New here A lull attend imej
of republicans Is lf.ircd at these ritnl meet
in its which will lw held it the scitral ciu-
I cu-ina nlaces of the wards.
I Mes .lames II Itablutts and Win. M.
liliKkel were appointed a committee on
Itukits This committee had a coiisiilta-
tl,n this inornlnc with the
mm partis ins. with a lew of ha
me both the township and city
tickets printed on one ballot. 1 he prohibi-tionl-ts
were alo mvii and readil Kae
their consent to the project, which was for
the sole puriMise of facilitatim; the countini;
of the liillots and of di-pensiiikT with sept
rate tallj-sheitt The noli pirtUans, how -
r. refused point Wank to consent to the
r.rraiuri nit nt. andsothtre will be two sep
arate ballot botes and tickets as ot old.
skill lliinl K imlillrans
There will be a meetine of the Sixth
wird n publicans at the m ijor's office on
Th irvl-n t-xoiiiiic Mirch .list, at S o'clock.
I Tlieiomiiitttte w mt a full attenJtnce. as
business of importance is to be tnnsa. teil.
Come, and tell jour in ielibor to come.
Jo i J. Hot CK,
J C. Hoitow v.
Attt iitloti, rlrth Xtanl Itrpublltnns.
All republican nters are earnestly re
quested to nitet at Arboast's carjienter
shop, on U bert street neir Yellow Springs,
I hurila. March 11, at 7-31) p. m. A I tree
attendance from tach precinct Is much di-sin-l,
as matters of treat imixirtatice will
come before the meeting tor discussion, on
thepirfectiii,jof all election organization.
sventli nril ltriiilillrnus.
Kepubllcans of the Seienth ward will
mei t at the Southern engine house on Clif.
ton street tomorrow evening, to wind up
the campaign with a big hurrah. Let ei
irybody turn out.
W. C. Downfi.
Committeeman, Predict A.
Jajiis K Stui xi.t.
Coinmittitiiian, I'reunct II.
The democratic and nnn partisan aggre
gation of the Fourth ward caucused list
night at the i oting place on Mound street,
with an attendance of sixty or seventy,
.like Korn was chairman, as a m itter of
course, anil Frank Moran acted as seen tary
Mr. Will S. Thomas w is renominated
for council m spite of the fact of
hi. "repeated declin itions" and tint
he "was present to oppose
his renomimtion " He was nominated by
acclamation, and the caucus adjourned but
he sturilili declined to accepl the nomina
tion. The crowd went batk into caucus
again, and he was again nominated by ac
climation. This time he accepted. George
Weigel ins nominated for school board anil
11. F. WeNIi for assessor.
Ariestttl for M.nllii? ttl Irom a Ifllim
Julius .Maibaiim was arrested this morn
ing for h tit larceny. It seeuis that he came
to Springfield from Cincinnati on 3Ionday.
ami being a biker secured work at Khine's
'"""i, !'' . wr.1. Wahingtnn street.
worked tint night, but list night I lid off.
pre tending to bo ill. He occupied
a room oier the bakery with
Jacob Nolle, and when the latter examined
his trunk this muniiiig he ili-cim red that
lie nail heen rohtieci of Sj .Nolle com
plainetl tothe jxilice and 3Iaibaum was ai
re steil at the Hee Line station as he was
about to dt part for Cincinnati. He had
not a cent last t lining, but when arrested
had St. to on his per-on
I Iks, Vltrnllon.
'riiiseniiing an iniMirtant meeting of the
'springtield lodge of KIks will be held and
it is earnestly rcspiested that ciery member
ST. JOHN &, REED'S,
no, 53 west main street.
oo:m:e qxjiok: itopi bargains.
as low as 15c a yard,
FIRST REAL ESTATE BOOM
To lf Inniiuiirni it by Flr) X II)wnril,
j , tnrilny. Iprll K. I MoiuUV. 1".
( liolrr llilllillni; I t.
Jltsrs Koie A IHjward, the most
eiiteriin-lne and sinM-,sfu retl estate
pirmts ami tuctioneers bprmi;lieMer hid
will iniiiKiirite the first reil estate sle of
lsS7 on Wetlnesiliv. pril rt 111 the, sile of
forty he choue Imildnii; lots in K I.
Houck's southwest etlition. south Yellow
Sprints stre t ami Southt rn aieuue.
e en of these lots are Imatisl around
the lioinestetd of h I, Houck. ami for lo
cation, beauty ami -if, are the unest in
the land Tliirt-en;ht other lots are busi
ness and resident e lots, situated on Yel-
bpruiKs street, boutheni awnue.J ick-
son street, bummer stret and Western
avenue All are in the immediate neigh
borhood of Kilns Mfc Co, Spnngheld
Mfg Co , II mika Iron Fence. Co . anil the
Dibert street school hieise Also, the street
cars run alongside the property. All are
splendid sites and opportunities for homes
Terms Oue-timrtli cash In ten day s; the
balance m equal annual pay ments to be
ssurtsl by mortgage on the premises and '
to be ir il per cent interest payable aiiiiu
..It. Sin ... I. . ...II AU 1... .... .J-. .. .
Keinemtier.forti hie choice lots, Houck's
addition, tetlow springs strei t and South
ern aienue, Wednc-di), April tf bale to
begin at 1 o'clock p in , and mike it your
business to be on hind.
Colli .it r riiiy.
I'eport of the regular metlngof the Cold
Watir riny. Pleasant (itoie church.
March 20. lss7
ThestKitti was caliinl to order witli the
president. Mr. Carlton I) Cirlough. In the
Calling of the roll
Heading and approing of minutes of last
Heading of Senpure by thepresltlent
Prayer by Deacon M Canada
1 he literary exercises wt re Us follows.
Paper "Powir of Influence." Mr hbnn
'This paper was diseusseil by Jlr. E. K.
(iarloiigh nod Mrs. Auni Lay bourn
feeleit it a ling "The Lips that Touch
Liipior S' all Neier Touch Mine,"' Miss
I F.ssii "Ihe Church and 'siLin's Par
i lors." Miss Mmnie ell
Minmi m, Kec Siv'y.
I VI It tirrmcl. r llrrore III. lit
At yesterday's session of JIayo' Good
win's court. Charles immerman was lined
So and costs for his light on Sunday with
Charles Hunstoii Houston was not ar-i
ralgnesl. Charles Faulkner got SI and
costs for indulging m a plain drunk, and
Thomas Kinney was giien the same dose
for loitering John V Stewart was faned
?1 and costs for abusing lus wife, the hue
anil cot ts both being suspended. j
' lied" Kowl-y was arraigned on the ,
charge of stealing a watch ami money from
George Simpson, ph-aded not guilty and
ha 1 his healing sot for Friday. His bail
was tiled at S100.
rrank Ilmlley, charged witli assaulting
C. II. Sliulte has not yet been tried.
(loncli's Jleucan Syruy will cure Spitting
Fire, Sunday, destroy ed two stores ami
four dwellings at KtishUHe, O.
SHII.Oirs COrC.II and Consumption
Cure Is sold by F. larwocHlon a guar
autee. It cures Consumption.
Opening day this week at Mine. King's.
Ladles, all are united.
Ladies will please bale their dyeing done
now, before the rush begins, at the Spring
Iiild steam dye works. Center street.
Ije.llt-s 11. .n't lull
To attend the It K. Soulier milliner I
i ojienlng ami recelie a beautiful souieniri
Iliursilay, Friday ami Saturday this week. I
l.ace curtains cleanest as nice as new: ail '
grades, at the Springtield steam dye works.
Cente r street.
Iitlies. do not fail to attend the grand
millineri opening at hhrenh irt's net week.
'Iliursilay, Fridiy and Saturday. A grand
display of new and be'autiful goods.
WORTH $2.25, $2.50 AND $3,
BANCROFT, SOLE AGENT
worth 25c; immense bargains in Towels; an extra larqe Damask
il Hie keys ot milsor t istle were re
cently stoh n, but neti this does not inter
fere with tin. ripul silo of I)r Itull'sloiuli
The republicans of Columbus Imeiotu
initisl an iiinisiul stroni; tickit
siliation (111 kills p.1111 ttry time For
cuts, bruises, sprtuis strims, bums scilds
and fnist lutes it is an Infallible cure. Price
onIdtMHt hie tents i Nittle.
I'rt nrli llillitirrt llpeiiini;
At Mine King's, m t iloor to Murphy A
Itro . etluesil ly and Thursday of this
Fifty imported ptttern hits mil boimits
at Klirtnlnrt's un'liniry opening next
wetk. Keiiiembt r. it t ikt s place the Ii-t
three days of next week.
Vora Addisoii was lmnieil to death while
boiling soip mar nderson, Iml
From the llm. It. I llanlrrre
No J7 Wtsr J4rn Sr . ,
Fib 1". ls5l, f
I find Ai hock's l'tinoi s Pi v.rn. of
inestimable i alue. ami do not like to be
without tliem in my house I haw used
them with ill irktst bem lit in rhtumatisni.
neuralgi i. coughs and mills
ami ii tins in
the sule anil back I coiisuh r them the
best external remedi known Will be
pleaseil to answer any inquiries.
II F. Mmm:ui
J V. II Hoy le A Co 's millinery opining
Wednesilai. Thursday. Frnln anil Satur
day of this wek.
y Ister lattrii Hals ami lloiinrt.
And all the I id st nmelties in millinery
at Mrs. E dowdy s. Ihursday, Friday
and Siturday of tills wttk.
The snow-f ill In K lusts on sjuriiiaj v all
greatly benefit the w lie it i nqi
In hiiuilnds of cases, HoTs Farsapa
rilla. by purifying an 1 1 nriching the blmsl.
has proien a jHitint rimidy for rliemna
tlsin Hence, if you sutler the pains and
aihesofthisdistase.it is fair to assume
tint Hood's Sarsaiuriila will c ire you
1 due it a trial
irt goods will lie i feature displayed at
Ehrenli irt's millineri opening next Thuis-
day Friday and Saturday.
MOST PERFECT MADE
rtparej th fn St v' t V ntv tr -
l Ilea thfu n" Ir r 1
5 1 w t r t1 a (i tain in V i a
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IN. E. C. WHITNEY,
Sollcltorot Amerlcanand Foreign
is all riiisr Mimas
Room 5 Arcade Building,
Rranrh tsenfies- M ashiiiirtnn. II C . T.on
-ton, Fng., Pari. France
fancy prices, but honest value for your money.
10c ; new Tab
Table Damasks, areat varietv
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THE STUDIOUS MAN
Out through the pates of Ispahan
One mormnj; rodt a studious man
'Oh, whither bound? a traieicr cried,
Who rested bi a fountain -idc.
'I go to seek," rcphed the sage,
"The greatest wonder of the age "
"Thin from lour saddle now descend
And call jour journei at an end,
For here n itlnn this sack I hold
The greatest wonder bought or sold "
And stooping down, the speaker drew
A WORD OF WARNING
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as ths
' 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.
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JLRS-HCJLLILi & CO,
IsAruPALrnuT KsTmr rV-ri-am i a i limnxPOf Z. IOW.HIGHST. I
t " HOMESTM lyNDRYpJ- SPRINGFIELD. 0. I
HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
(.'(Oils CU.LED FOK AMI DEI.I VEItKK. fELEl'IIOXE 13S.
CHAS. LUDLOW & CO.'S
A Pleasant Tonic and Invig ralor, from Irish Coca Leaes.
Pharmacists, 55 East Main St., Springfield, 0.
Coca Wine has been used by the medical proresikn man' j eais,
and is acknowledged a the most reliable preparation of its clas.
JOHN H. WILSON,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
2 VM i ET MAI ST., (Xext Mad Kirer a1. Hank),
Jfe-oprned Siturday, March .", lsST, with special im
l ortations of best class an1 latest stj les nF goods, increased
i.iiiutit"- m wiorspace, imiitiui;, etc. 1 am coiulilent of abil
iiy to nive better sat islaction een than at any time during
the ten years ot my business epei ience in pringlleld. In
the i'utur', as in the past, I hhall give my pergonal nuper
ision to every branch of the business, and will continue to
to tell goods by the piece or pattern, whether made up at my
house or elsewhere. Asking a continuance of your patron
age, I am Vours repectfully,
CTOHIIN" T3L. WILSOIsT.
DR. 1. A. BLOUNT
WouM respectfully announce that be nas
resumetl the practice of Dentlitry In thlt
cltx. Once and Residence:
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A cake of Ixiirx Sou-in new.
"No alkali this soap contatns.
It Laii's the lace and takes the stains;
It comes from oils, sweet a the rose
That in the palace garden grow s ;
It floats like cork upon the wave;
With this w c mai both wash and haie
Enough, enough'" the student cried;
"You'n. saied pw from a longer nde."
And turning round his wisdom showed.
For bad. to Ispahan he rode.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
Koomiln BLCklnKham't Cjtldlnif.OTer
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