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REPTTRLTO, THUBSDAY EVENING .MARCH 31. 1887.
GRAND DISPLAY 5 NEW SPRING GOODS!
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 $1 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 6hades, as low as 65 cents each ; new Lace Curtains, over a hundred different patterns, as low as 75 cents
a pair; GREAT INDUCEMENTS Offered in this department.
j ml "a
Stomal hamainQ in
in oreat varietv of
of styles and colors
Towel at 6c worth 10c in any store in Springfield or anywhere else ; gents Unlaundned Shirts, remtorcea linen tronts, linen oanas, at nc ; tnese goods are wortn 45c ; new
Seersuckers in qreat 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
. .. . . " . ... j . u:x J .. . ntinnri nnm OU 'I rlimnV Plnolinn nnui Pninc oc I nil qc Or a uarrl noul Rorl Tiplfinne qc I nil ac "i none worrl Ror.
IC, WOrtn ai leaSI ZC)C a yam ; new WIIIU5 IJUUiJb VCiy OIICOp ,
gains all through the house.
JOHN WREN, NEW YORK STORE, NO. 33 S. LIMESTONE
At price ruinous to ordinary comie tltlon.
The bt goods m the market.
More Groceries and Queensware than am
house in the city.
THERE IS NO DOUBT
That you can ave 20 per cent, on your
purchases by buyinc at either of our
"WE NEVER F-AIL
To have the poods named at prices
quoted In this space.
WE WANT TO SEE YOU
At Either Ktorc.
91 and US ffnl Ma'n SU ud 40 Sooth Mar
ket St., s.prlnEllel.1, .
Call and leave jour measure tor our
F NE CUSTOM SHIRTS
IW materials. Perfect In fit. Well
Made In any St le.
D n't psj travellm; humours two prices for
Keadj-made Shirts, under the pretext
of bavins them "made to order."
THE SHIRT 1NIAKER,
XO. 5 E1ST MAIN STREET.
TITAKTED Presser and wrapping girl. at
Y fcprlniteeld Steam Iye W orks.
lITAMtli-hveoone l know tliatjMlliam
I.,.n,nmu 1 nntt !Ad tO Clean all
tKte'eam &? KmT"
called lor and delivered t. r-V'.V'.il's''
cltT. Order left at anrot the -ari)el Miits
orkttheoSice. rear of ga .rks bs
or at the oOce, rear of ga '
TTTAXTKD-Salesnian can add U line
IF ssmi'les. onez
le agent erneo . ""'
uplos;j.w.in tw y. ,..
. - , . ....
WAVTF.r A Oerman girl tor general uuiisr
work In smalt family, good ages Ap
ply at corner olJegerson and Market streets
. ...j. 1 ., 1,.1T71 "SfM 1 tlTK
FOR s LE OB TR VHF,-Fprty acres of first
cUss land clos to Blnnlngham. Ma .will
aellclieapor trade tor good .spncgfield Ohio,
pcopem 5J acres close to -;edAlU. Mo . i
acres close to Washington. C 11. Ohio, Jl
acres cl'-e to s.prlngfield. Ohio. 10U lu-res close
to Vprlngfl-ld. Ohio ll ""J5."' Pr..lrty tor
:.,"e' "J .....i.. inhn 11 Johnson, corner
Market and High streets, city. '"s
OKS VLL For cash or trade My residence
Jot tnquire of undersigned lor terms, etc J
-POP. SxLE-CUl'RCH OROJX-The Hrst
X Presbyterian church, having oVeided to
purchase a new organ, will dispose ol the large
SrSS no 1 the church at a ery low price 1
For terms and lull particular. ,apply to either ,
xi- s ThonoesorJ.a Crowell.sprlnglield. ) I
MONEY TO LOA".
-HONFA TO LO-Ionolsit.!J
jll outhreetofiTeyears'tme. on tlr-t mort
Irnr.,ted commercial paper (.cone
b-T"' "'''-...-....-- - - - h .
11 tjoles. room o x. w.' s--.
Contractor and Builder.
Store and office furniture made toorder. also
doors, verandas mamtles.lusideb li.ds.lMUd
rill. -Uir. and screeus. Lsttmates and pee I
ficatloustorntshed on application . north
Center street. gpringlleld.O
j N. E. C. WHITNEY,
I "-aucitor of American and Foreign
is iix riTsr MATIIM
Room 5 Arcade Building,
p.rnrh ktrmrltv Washington. D C , Lon
Ion Eng I'arls. France.
t-nsr. A .ictanff joutliful
tuns Iecay. Nenrua IJcblli'
bua In vmln ery tnowei "Rha" Atal.toLj
mui Kt wl'nrr. srhlch b 1U eud lllttloim
thfiSR nnnds : new Cassimeres for bovs as low
natters new Buttons;
German Damasks, good quality, at 27 l-2c a
OUR OPENING SALE WILL COMMENCE THURSDAY
iWHiii m mw ittiH
Are lndliensatle tn
Perstml Bein'j and (JooJ Health.
Keep jour teeth white and pearl j, tree
from tartar and dev a) our cuius health)
and the breath mi eet. tij tisinc either
Cacper'n Tooth Taste or T iwder,
Ilazin's Charcoal Toolh Taste or Soap
Thorn" son's Tooih soup,
Ljoit Tooth Tablet.
Hudson Dental Cream,
Charcoal Tooth Powder or
Orris Tooth Powder.
These are all sexxl preparations, containing
ao acids or other injurious articles, i or 'ale
CASPER'S Drug Store,
rUher'dtlork. Malustrt,3d Door Wft
Ci: vvn "Mr Partner." Friday, April 1.
I1lckS. Marie Prescott, Saturdav,
Lotta plajs in l)aum tonicht.
Not an arret .in made lat night.
Mr. J. S. Moore, of bsndusky
Mrs. Margaret Murphy left today f r
Three inches of snuw fell in Cincinnati
It has been decided not to adjourn court
E. S. Wallace. eq , is In Columbus todsj
on legal business.
Mis ItWIe Maye, of Urbana. is isitiug
Market Mister A. S. Was and wife left
todaj for Dalton, Ca.
Tlie prohibition club holds 1U regu'ar
eekl meetlni; tonight.
Mrs. Buiton left this morning, s la the
Bee Line, for Detroit, Mich.
Dr. L. K. Hussell left for Chicago last
n'cht. nndill not return before tomorrow.
C Fannie All) narriieti lnthecitj Mnn-
idaeeninc. S'ie will lecture tonight at
I Miss Ximne Brown, of Urbann. is the
guest of her friend. Miss Jessie Price, of
, :.. P.,1 I'.lar M.t-0r ItJ llld hl
' ,lC ha: irone.1. He furnished this item
Mr Tom Halls. siHciaI agent of the I.
IS ,V W.. is in the citi. He is lust rcooser-
int, from mi illness.
, Miss Ijrh an attractie )oung lad), of
IVKware. is the guest of Miss Hose Guep-
ner at the Arcade hotel.
President S A. C.rt. of ittenberg col-
,i ,,,.!, ,hi, pning in the Luth-
eran church at I'rhaua.
Mr. J S Karlon. of Boston, one of the
most proiumeiit railroad men m the coun
try, is in the eit) toda.
The Buckese club held an enthusiast c
meeting last night but no business of a
public nature was transicteii.
j jir pred H. Kre) left this morning f r
1-osAngWes.Cal.Mathe Bee Line. He
n ,u t absent ome time.
T. E. Harwood and KobertD Brain went
to Fhidlay this morning. Mr. Brain is
wildly enthusiastic o er Findla and nat
The strike of brakemen on the X. Y. P.
A O. is disturbing business at Akron Thus
far no trouble has been experienced in
All Italian w
Ith a hand organ struck the
town tmla). This is a more direct Ultima
Hon of the approach of spring than an)
amount of weather could possih!) Ie
Esquu-e Stout will remove his office in a
I few davs to Trapjiers' corner. Mam and
Market streets. He will oecup) the old
TwinxTlnf editonal mom ami the one ad
loininir and is Iiavnnr both niceh repainted
I Wh) Is it that people will insist upon
I pa) ing a thousand prues for a suit of cloth
I mg vv hen for 5 J5 )ou tan purchase at !
1 KasJ Main street a custom made Scotch
Chev lot that the ow ner can w ell be proud of ?
DON'T BE HDUBOGSED ANY LONGER.
Beineuilxr webu) tlirn-t from the mills
at roek-bottom prues
These gtKls do not contain a fiber of cot
ton tlotk orshndd).
. The) are goods that can be implicit)
relieil uim in ever) partieiilar. anil for SJ5
we guarantee a lit that isn't equalleil ill
over 200 dozen gents'
Bepublieans, attend )our wanl meetings
Back number jokes will be in ordtr to
morrow. Mr. Joe Dinkle, formerly of this cit.
now of Cincinnati, is in tow u.
Mr. Gilbert P. Burrows, adi.mce agent
of Bella Moore, is in the citj.
Mrs. A. M. l'rlngle, who ket'jis a saloon
o i east Main street, was arrested this tnorn-
Ing for Molatmg the Mml i) ordunnce on
the ISth lust.
There will bea mhvIiI comoeation of
S)iringheld chapter. No -is, this evening,
for work in the M. M . P M. and M F.
degrees. John M. Care), secret ar).
Mr. A. .1. B-ker. demit sheriff, has
qualified as receiver m the Driscol case and
given bond in the sum ot S4 000. with
Frank (Jixsle and Kandnlph Coleman, esqs.,
James C. Blaine and part) passed through
thecit) this morning en route forbt. Ijmis
The) were in their own special car and
passed 1'rb.ana at s o'clock on the Pan
Handle. I'rbana Cidgrii.
Mr. Bert McCord leaves in a fevvdavs for
I-os Angeles. California, to enter the einplov
of his old friend, Mr. A. M. Crothers, late
of this cit). Man) good wMies follow
Bet on his western pilgrimage.
Mr. Watson A Teegarden. of this eitv.
litemanagirof Harold Forslx-rg in "Bolt rt
Macaire,"is now business manager ot I.ouis
Allrieh's "M) Partner" compuiv. which
appears here tomorrow evening.
Bev. Samuel P. Dunlap. pastor-elect of
the Congregational church, has lent, d
Mr. Wolfe's house, on north Market
street and will move Into it as soon as Ins
household goods arrive from Hanmbil,
Miss Anna Miranda, of New Carlisle, a
)oung lady well known m this citv, ami a
daughter of Dr. Isaac Miranda, will Ik-
married tomorrow (Fridav) evening, to l)r
Miles, a rising young dentist of the sime
town. Quite a number of Springfielders
have received invitations to attend the wed
ding. A protracted meeting is In progress at the
Trinity Baptist Mission chapel, on the
comer of west Pleasant street and the old
Da) ton roul. Preaching at 1 SO evei)
eueuing this week and net ecept Monda)
and Saturda) ; also, on S abbatli at 3:"0 p in.
All are cordiallv invited. Bev. J. II. Kob
There was a chicken light somewhere In
the citv last night but its outlines had be
come ver) shadow) bv this morning, ami
couldn't be located. A gang of the lvs"
who weie showing the town to a Columbus
pirt) pent the night hunting for the pit,
bit hunted in vain.
The bovs at the St James hotel, and
s one of the j nuns merchants whrso stons
are in the building, have a pair of lMmg
clubs, out of which the) manage to etra(t
a heap of fun. The head waiter at the In
tel toes around with his left e)e protruding
like an egg-plant, and othe are similar!)
ornamented. The cloves are a "source of
liniment merriment" all around.
Krnmlnillg In tile spril.Klielil, Ollin, IV
m e. Sinn l. s:. i.hk:.
herstiner. Miss I.eih.
1 olUs. Miss -usle
ndre. Keubeli -.
xtchlson. Mrs ltetsy,
Ilurkert X e o.
( hapinau It
I lark, Mrs Jrtmes.
( hew. Irv-ln.
t apron. L.
M.irgiii. viiss llrllget.
Moins, Master 1 ike
Moodjs. I'rul 1 .
Morris I N
(itaspie Xlrs Maggie, -mltl!
(.regg. J VI.
sieel W 11.
luelian. xiiss l.tlltan.
Iluhnell..l.ieph slP,.rry i i,.
lloJklnson. M A S. -In ph ir.l. Isa ic.
Hurt A Tanner. -niltli. t rench
Henry. 1 ru.ces Jane.sims I h.
H tvden fcnierv.
leward. ( harley
Kennan. Dr T
haruf.ss,., i, ,
smith k I.
Tln-inas II .
VVeh.ter. lames F,
V Idle J imes
x ortlilngtnn J tol.
" ouug. Mrs Lumia.
. Keisev. vv tn o.
. Ktllej.Mlss Henps
Hates Flla McCJrrjr. IMn.
Hall Mrs Mil. arren. I. i
Jenseh 1 Wllkins V P.
Persons i trailing ttr these letters will please
siy "advertised," ml clve.l tn if list Hint
I'led for In one month thev ttlllljeseut tu the
DKd Letter tlfflte
Letters must he dlrteted to stre. t and nuip
ber In order to have them promptly and cor
rectly delivered . ,,
Jas I.tHXs is b. r M
1 lie Terms on 1 1 on. k' 1'inpertj.
are one-fourth cisli in ti n divs. tlm bal
ante in .spial auimil pav mints to lie se
eurisl bv uiortgige on the premises. ..ml to
liearrt iter tent liiti nM pi) able uiiiiijll)
I sio to lie paid on each lot on d t) of sale
"IVimliin utnt snllsheil.
Having suffered lor the past two ve.us
with a virv scveie cough and was uuible
to lind.invthing to give me r. lief until 1
loiiimeiiied (.iHe.h s Mexii.ui ))nip, wludi
1 mill atts iiiimediatelv witligreit sitistac
l'i iisioii Claim gdit
Bihiiii i Ttmph Bav Building. I m . O
THE FINEST LINE OF CENTS' KANGAROO SHOES EVER SHOWN IN THE CITY.
'S SHOE STORES, 25 BAST ILjUST
as 25c a yard, really
full regular made Socks
yard; all linen Damask
new uimiuigii o uiuanmy
Interesting Nkrlrlitn i,r Her
Whose ofhee is over theMad Uiver National
bvnk, can truthfullv be said to be one of
the best dentists in the cit). and to rank
among the Is'st and most experienced in
the state. He has had over fourteen )eirs"
const int experience in this citv, and has
mastered his profession thoroughl). In an
hours' comers vtion with bun recentl) we
untamed mine solid, useful inform ttion
colics ruing dentistrj in general, than we
had supposed could lmssiblv exist, and we
l)ecaiiiHiHiimnl tint he understood ids!
profession m the most thorough maiiMi r
Being of a verv modest turn of mind, we
leinied. he had not advertistd in ten vears.
ami -.til! had the handsomest patronage,
and we came aw av with the resolve that
we would give the public the tieneht of
these facts, all of which are written with
out his know ledge or inspiration and siiupl)
for the inform itlon of an) requiring nrst
class work, done in a first diss manner b)
a .irst-class dentist and at the most reason
ai, s.r. w in. vt. itiai i. .i o ,
Nos 2 and 4 Opera house block, are the
courteous and enterprising piopnetors of
niiu nf tliu ttn.r luiiinl jr tin iriukl, h.tiitrit. iti
the st ue. i he firm have the cream of the
tridefor ever)thmg In their line, on ac
count of the excellence of their soods, their
extrenielv reasonable price's, courteous
treitiuent of all pitrons. IilH'rahtv in deal
ing ami their honorable vviy of conducting
their luislness m ever) respect The) are
inside liuverx of ever) tiling in their hue,
and give their customers the bcni'lit of all
declines in prici s Their establishment has
an air of enterprise, thrift and one .ilnioet
mi igines that the verv atmosphere teenis
w mi honorable dealing People fee'N Intuit
ivelv on tntenng the pine that the) will lie
hotiestlv tre.Uesl and that it is b) far the
best drv goods house in the citv to trade at
1 he hrm Is classed as AI bv the trade, and
ate rated b) the commercial agencies as
one of the most deservedly successful and
entitled to credit for anv amount of an)
competing house in the countr). Hosierv.
gloves and trimmiiigs and line dress goods,
isjKtvIt). The house was est dihshed In
lblO, and is one of the oldest and most reli
able as well as responsible etr) goods houses
in the cit).
The I. egii.itlil lliil.se
Is as tmel) kept and as desirable a house
to stop at, as can lie found m the tountr).
The propne'or, Mr. F. Voigt. is a gentle
nian who ranks among tlm best holt I mem
of the stale. We Knots of what we assert
having enjovedits hospitalities, and eat
drank and slept beneath its shelter. There
is no better Kept house or hner spread set
than it atfoMs. and no hotel m the countr)
his a siiienor bill of fare, or more
reisonable in its accommodations, for the
uioiiev. or troni which the guets go forth,
more pleased with the attentions shown
them, (.ive it a call and von will never re
crit it The I.igoudi is now- under the
general iinnagi ment of M.ssrs Morton (
II ilrd and Ch irles .1. Voigt. two lirst-class
men. who are a credit to the hotel world
i.e-nerill), in everv ri-spect Messrs. B urd
and Voigt give the house the largest pirt of
their personal attention. ..ml do eitr thing
possible to render me siav oi guesis as
render the sua) ol guest'
pleasant as nraititable.
, .. .. .. . ,. , ; . ,
The l.arrel, ..l.ll.h. ng tmn,r.n,.
A compaii) ii.coiporateil under the laws j
of Ohio, is acknowledged to do a notablv
line business in general publishing, print-1
ing and binding, and invnufacturiiig otlltei
spee-ialties, and to rank w ith th hrst print
ing houses of the countr) in ever) resp.it
The original business of the compaii) was
established in si,l, and its (.fitters at pres
ent are Kdward I. Birrett, president, Fred
W Barr.tt, vite prt-idt nt. John T. Bne.
s.iretarv and George I. Harrett, treasure r,
four lirst-class business men and gentlemen
tod.al with in ever) vvav. I he trade rate
them and their work AI. while the coin
niereial agem ies quote the'in as enterpris
ing, pushing and smcessful, and. entitled to
(leditforall the) will tin). One of the
special bran, lies of their business is fur
nishing books, blanks and office conven
iences for use ot oimtv olh-ers. of which a
pioniiiient item is theeleetion blinks whitli
are used throughout thestale. intruding the
I lrger ( ltles of Clevel md, Columbus, To
Tr msl, rs or Ki al K-tate.
.1 I) Swaill.) to Philip B Brehm,
half acre of I mil in Medw i) S750
Bob. rt Tindall tQvilson (1 Seller
and 7-100 .acre
of H...I in Clark and dreene
counties S"..4J"i or,
B O Khtntz to Sarah
J. C.arier, lot in
Mien's addition 5.71.
K 1) Biecknell to Spencer B. Mmnis
and wile. lot in Dibert's addition S3J5
(' A. Bouck and wifeto Anna Houghton,
pr Krt) mi vMiuth l'aetor) stre. t 54.000
F M Hasnn to Kudora St. wart, lot in
Miller A Hotscnpiller's addition s.oot)
(.eorgeSintz to dtiirge Buigarl. lot on
Limestone stri ( t eitv 510
John II Boilg. rs, executor, to Lewis O.
ltutl.r. lot in Kobtit Binlgers's aildition
I lie pr.ttitot sight in the world is a pret
tv" worn m's foot in a Jits) Li!) boot, and
since Dr. Bull's Coug i rup cures all
sorts of colds all women tan vvear tin in.
Dr Joseph Boliuisou was
mar Anderson, lnd.
killed b) cars
fV i and reliable Medicineaarethehest
VJ W todciendupon Acker's Blood El-
1Ail . I .. . s r to
ulou STPliiliticorMercuriaIdiseases.it is
invaluable. lor ltlieumatism, nas no equal.
iFriuk 11. Coble-ntz, corntr Market and
j IrftllH s ItO.l't 1 .111
To attt ml the B K. Soulier milliner)
opemi'g a'ltl rtttive a beautiful souitnir
I Ihurstli), Frida) and Siturtla) this wetk.
worth 50c ; new Hosiery; new Gloves; new
at the small sum of 6c
as low as 15c a yard,
, now . nut mn w
f Interest from Springfield' Live
Fred .1. Milh r, of this plaee. has just
reieivesl a patent on a transit instrument.
Albert Bo)nton, a well-known )oung man
on Farlow street. Is daiuermisl) sick with
The Lagonda band went to town Weilnes
da) evening and pla)isl for a lion partisan
jamtiorif in the Fourth ward
'lhe Non-Partisans held i meeting here,
Tuesday evening, in K. of I. hall, ad
dress.il by Messrs. Care), We'st Cushman,
Miller and others
W. II. Grove is also nominated for as
sessor!)) the Eighth ward prolubs. Both
are good men, but don't happen to be on
the winning ticket.
Willi till II Berger left Tue-da) upon a
I business trip to Illinois. He lias an estate
to look after there being the adininistra
l tor. and has had to make several trips to
get things In shape.
I Grade, the )ounge-t child of Samuel
I N;ott fell in Tuesda) and cut her head so
that it was neeessar) to send for ph)sician
Dr J. W. Nelson vva call.il and soon
I he'Iped the little suffer, r.
I The diphtheria has now disappeared
I here, and measles are making the rounds.
lhe) are taking hold b) families, and mak-
'K CiVM J"1' "1U
.XIiss 1,0111c wens nas
them, mil a number of adults are quaking
and hour!) expecting the attack.
Charles Winkler, janitor of the I.agonda
school building, is teaching a classof joiing
folks German. He does his work of nights.
He began I'uesda) night with tlurtj-toiir
scholars The little folks are high!) elated
w ith the prospect of muttering some Dutch.
Miss Kato Chapman was surprised on
Tuesda) evening b) a number of her )oung
friend, calling to spend the evening, being
uulooked for. and Initli male and fern lie
The visitors soon tooK charge of the prem
ises. 'I lie Usual games and plavs followed
and all i'iijo)esl the occas.ou gramll)
Sheep dogs have again started out in this
vlcinit). On Tuesda) night Pierce Crahill
had sixteen killed; on Wedne-ila) night
Nathan Marsh lost about thlrt). The)
tracked the dogs to Iagonda the morning
of the snow-, and wmie of our t itizens ma)
exi-ct to soon loo-e their iet poodles.
The I.agonda republicans will hold a
meeting this (Tl.urs.la)) evening, in Bed
Mi n's building. There are matters of im-
IKtitance to come before them. It being
the last met ting before the election, there
should be a lull turn out borne speak, rs
from the citv are expected to attend.
Bui ke) es especially are urged to come out
Iagouda now has three candidates for
council, the prolubs. having nominated
Simiiel Ktn.lleberger. He is the fatlier-in-
, 1 w of Fred Miller, the non-partisan candi
date", and lives with him. So the old adage
'is true, that a house divided against
, itself cannot stand It is, to say the least,
a rare occurrence to have two candidates
! for the same office out of the same family.
ami for rival parties.
Mrs. Philip Haerr. of I.agonda avenu".
j begin he'r washing as usual, on Monday
Mast. when along low am noon
friends and relatives began to
drop in, t ntil the house was
jcro,vdeil, when she came tn think, it was
I her birtlidav. ami she was surprised com
plete!). The folks came prepared and a
line dinner was soon set, which about hft)
helped to tirepare and then demolish. It
,,,, ,,. Th self-inv.t.il
tH ctvMU ,I1JOnl JIrs. u.ierr's confu-
si.m and discomfort, and she will not soon
f tla, ,,,.
s. tenth W iril KepiiMIrnn.
Bep.iblicans of the Seventh ward will
nit it at the Southern engine house on Clif
ton street tomorrow evtning, to wind up
the campaign with a big hurrah. Let ev
er) bod) turn out.
W. C. DovvM-a.
Coiiimittteman. Precinct A
J Mils E Sn vv VKT.
Couimittttmau. Precinct II. I
Salvation Oil is an infallible cure for
headathe, backache, pain in the side and
limbs, ami all rheumatic anil neuralgic af
fections It relieves pain and extirpates
thedi-ets,. tint cmses it Price twent)-
tue cents a bottle.
is n Curious l-M.t
That the bod) is now more sasceptible to
benelit froic medicine than at any other
season. Hence the importance of taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla now, when It will d
sou the most good. It is reallv wonderful
for punfv mg anil enriching the blood, cre
ating an apjHtite, and giving a health)
to. it-to the whole s) stem. Be sure to get
Hood's Mrsapanlla, whitli is jieculur to
Itnrc .ins in It.iou nlt.l shoes.
We epe. t in a few weeks to on up) the
room adjoining Us, made neei-svar) b) our
large and lacreasing trade. Before cutting
through we propise to clo-f out a numbt r
of odd lots ami sizes .at a great sacrifice.
You will nntl birgaliis in nun) kinds from
a child's s, hoo! shoe to a Iad)'s Fr. nc!i kid
button, ami man) kinds m ouths', men's
and bo)s ou will make a mistake if
)ou do not call in and see us.
Stviim v A. Scow III N.
Arcade Slioe Store
At Mrs A K ('iovvd)'s, J east Main
sire,.! Tlmrsliv. Frhlav and N;...,,-,!;,,
March 'II, April 1 and .'.
I Bo)s' sch.MiI shWs s to U', for 10 cents
,1 ,.. I . .. ... 1 fill 1..... ...,l. 1
11 to 1 . 71c to tj
fore the) are close.
lo ti no
Weiltiiilav, April fl. is tlie D117.
Keniemlsr. Iitt) one choli e lots, limit k's
atltlitlou, ellow sptniKs street, Nmtl em
avenue, I'leasant and Jlulltirr) stretts.
Weilnes.li), April IS. sale to beeln .at 1
o'cl.rtk p. 111 , and make It votir business to
be on hand. ,
a pair, regular price,
worth 25c: immense bargains in Towels; an extra large Damask
-u jm u , nun u
We have now on hand, or coming, covering for fully that many legs, in prices
from a dollar to three dollars per leg, in the handsome, new designs. We can
cover the legs aforesaid in tough, durable fabrics, at from twenty-five cents to a
dollar each : but for artistic beauty, style and picturesque shape in short, for
perfect elegies in leg coverings, we put forward our line of Trowsers at from
Three to Five Dollars a pair, with all creases smoothed out.
K. 1 . II., in k I itlj.llru I ol.
Next Weslnesilav. pril . I- Ie A
vvardvvills.il Ht audi., i liltv on. ' ue
building lots In h I. linings souti.w.si
addition, south t How springs street and
outturn av. nut
Seven of these lots are located .vniiiul
the homestead of ! I . IIoiick. and for lo
cation. In.iutv and sue, are the linest in t' e
land, all improved, with paveini-ii-. urle
ing and guttering Fort) four other lots
are business and residence lots, situated on
Yellow s.nrh.e:" street. ,...., i.eni avenm
Jackson street "Minimer street and Western ,
avenue. All are In the imiiee'iate m igh
borhood ol F.vaiis Mfg. Co., bpringiield
Mfg. Co.. Hauiki iron Feme Co , and the
Dibert street scIhmiI hoiiM'. Also, the street
cars run ai. ngside the propert). VII are
splendid ait.s .and opportunities for bonus
for working meiii.
are cordial!) invited to atte'id the milliner)
"W'""": M Mr- A
h. Gowdv s riiursda).
Frida) and saturilit.
Ninet)-hve cents bu)s a right good but
ton shoe for I ulits, all sues from t to 7. at
the Aicade Shoe Store
Men's line shin's. i" i ents
Arcade bhoe House.
mi - - -
MOST PERFECT MADE
Prepared it it pTr t r "tnl t Pur t s n n
1 II t i'i n -ii V" r 3 t 1
I tt r th ost t V" -e f v
1 r I r t t-j t. L
j . - .i .itjor.ly
PTf r'KVII f .." 1 f a u tc.
It it'l ioii if mini tu cm
In icirtiar'Ct"Airi the re uirenient of the
law ctio itv nin- hinnlrfd n f.rty
eijiht HevNt-tl ?tlute- o l'hn,
V los,er sells nr i t-n awi :i Hptrttu
m , tmni or milt li ji or- on in Hh U n
J iv or hein t'li- k(p r of iii'iit where any
uei 'l jimr-i are it triitu il sol t anil drink
i n tin aii elei ion if i I ket p the itne
rloied, sli ill ht Il'ietl n r more ih in one huu
(Irt itoll ir nnil iniprisouetl not mure than
sow theref ire 11 in flection auth irized
by I iv-.(rtill be h 'liu the iiti o( "-priiifit Id.
Monday, Apr.l 4th, 1887,
I,Ja'ne- V t twin M ir ot Mfd i itv, h
tin tie of tlie tuthorlty t-Tedlum do hereby
iue this proclamation to trn all perton
ei'K tued tn tlie abote mentioned tr uIh to
tlose. and l keep (onHtdiitI hed Kuir
places of butinef beteii the h urstifba
in and p m on the nitd 4th d i) of VprtI,
Ilie in irshil and ii! poll oflli eri ar
hereby vllrei ttd tttii tly enl re T!m orler
rloslriK i Mip h pit e foil ol pen report ma
forthwith t -hn offiie iy Utlwi of the
provision' t the I tt ibo'ie set t trth
sineti uuUerinv hand mdseaitJiH litdi
of March. A V l
. Mayor of the ity of -priiik'Held O
AISTD 15 WEST ISj&JTJSr
Corsets; new Laces ; new Embroideries
10c; new Table Damasks, great variety
..u...u .un u v, mhh ja.u,
SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
BUY A BICYCLE, CHEAP!
As we are closing out stock of Wheels carried over
from last season.
to -1 oo it the I 7J'Y'VW sSss5Ol i
FT I 2W---.
One 46 in. Standard Columbia, good as new, - $60.
Any of the above Wheels sold ONE-HALF DOWN, bal
j ance in payments.
Old wheels taken in exchange for new Columbias or
L. F. OLDS & BRO.,
S WEST JSLJ!JIJI ST.
I JOHN H. WILSON,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
26 VXD 2s, E,sr MAI T., .Xeit Mad River .Vat. Hank),
1 He - opfnert Saturday, Jlaroh .", 1S.S7, with special hn
jiortations of best class ami latest st les of gouls, increased
j facilities in llonrspace, Itehtimr, etc. I am conflilent ol abil
I ity to ciie better satisractiou eien than at any time duriiis;
j the ten years ot my busiues e.xpei ience in priii;iield. In
the future, as in the past, I shall i:he my p-TM)iial Miper
vision to every branch of tlie business, and will continue to
i to .ell goods by the piece or pattern, whether made up at my
I house or elsewhere. Asking a continuance nf your patron
age, I am Yours repect fully,
CTOTZIST EL WILSOU.
CHAS. LUDLOW & CO. S
A I'leasant Tonic aud Imigorator, from Irish Coca Leires.
Pharmacists, 55 East Main St., Springfield, 0.
Coca Wine has been used by the medical profession many jeais,
and is acknowledged as the most reliable preparation of its cla-s.
One 52 in. Amer can Chal
lenge, shop worn. - $ 60
One 54 in. American Chal
lenge, best finish, - 85
One 52 in. Amer. Cham
pion, ball bearings, - 100
One 56 in. Expert Colum
bia, full nickle: bargain 100
One 50 in.. Springfield
make, second hand, - 30
One 52 in. Amer. Rudge,
new, best finish. - 100
One Facille Safety, good
as new, - - 75
One Apollo Tandem, first
class shape. - 175