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TRY OUK. FRESH
Blendad Coffee at - - 25c
Oelmonico Blend at - 25c
Java, Mocha and Rio at 23c
Golden Rio at - - - 20c
Choice Rio at - - - 1 8c
Handsome Cards with each ponsd.
Examine the Perfection Coffee
Pot, for which we haTe &
91 and 93 Wxt Main St. and 40 South Mar.
kpt St., !prlnMld. O.
Ca!l and leave yuar measure for our
FINE CUSTOM SHIRTS
Best materials, Terfect in rlt. Well
Made In any Style.
Don't pay traveling humbugs two prices for
Ready-made Shirts, under the pretext
of having them "made to order."
THE SHIRT MAKER.
NO. S EiST MAIN STREET.
WAXTED-Ldlesor-ttlcm-n. ith capital
oJ Ks to SUN to Invest, to handle a Brt
clss siUblearttcle; pnys linte profits; no com
petition; call, for thn-e dy. nd examine, at
Central Hotel. room lO.fprtngfleld.O. M-b
WANTED-Fviryone to know that William
lUcthMomew Is now ready to clean al'
kinds and cradei of carpets and matting with
the patent steam carpet beater. Carped
called for and delivered to any part ot the
city Order left at any of the carpet stores,
or at he office, rear of gas worts Ws
17AXTED Salesman can add Al line; small
It samDles; one acent earned ?i.(U. others
up to tUM. In l!y5. P. 0. Box 1371. New York
W S.XTED A German cirl for general home
M work In tniull family; good acrs Ai
My at corner of Jefferson and Market streets
pilR mi.F Mtat store dolnr a cood bus!
f uess rlntt-clM- location. Will sell cheap
t r j-tit party,
Address. -.Meat Store." Ke-
rOK SALE Oil TRADE-Forty acres ot Brst
f class laud close to Btrmtncbam. Ala.; will
wll cheap or trade for Kood Springfield. Ohio,
pr -perty; 53) acres close to t"edxlla. Mo.: 73
acres close to Washington. C. II- Ohio; .V
acres close to Sprincfleld. Ohio; 100 acres close
to Sprlnglleld. Ohio. All kinds of property lor
sale and trade. John II. Johnson, ciriier
Market and High streets, city. Tubs
FOR RENT A farm ot forty or sixty acres,
one and one-half miles from this city Ad
dress lock box 414, SpHngfleld. 0. 79-t
FOR RENT Larue room, 30x40. over 33 and
J", south Market street, suitable for hall or
storeroom; also front and back roomsoverSl
south Market, suitable for office. Apply at A.
'. Trout, 33 south Market street. t
LOST Sixteen dollars, one $10. one So and
one SI bill, in the vicinity ot Limestone and
Main. Leave at this office for A. F. O. M'a
MONEY TO UOAi.
MONEY TO LOAX-In sums of MOO to 7.tl,
on three to five years' time, on first mort
ge or approved commercial paper. George
;. Coles, room No. 1, Laeonda bank building.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Farm. 1 have a
good Improved farm of 200 acres in Jen
nings county. Indiana, which I will trade for
city property or good city lots, or land In
suburbs ot Sprlnglleld; the improvements are
a good bouse of eight rooms, barn aud out
buildings, good water, orchard and cood tim
ber. Inquire of Geo. H. Coles, room No 1. l.a
gonda Bank building. l-t
We are authorized to announce W II. Kuwe.
of South Charleston. Madison township, as a
candidate for County Recorder, subject to the
decision ot the Republican Cun init eit
Both Gulf and Lake, fresh caught,
dressed and delivered on short notice.
Don't lorget we keep fresh Oysters.
CROWN PRINCE COFFEES !
We tnld yotl about them last week.
Try our choicest Golden Wo. our Old
Government Java, our extra quality
of Mocha ; they cannot be equaled
In the city. We have
OLIVES and OLIYE OIL
Cotton Seed Oil for cooking purposes.
New Tork Cream Cheese.
Edam and Pine Apple Cheese.
Fresh Vegetables and Fruits.
S. J. STRALEY & CO.
10 AMI 1H KA3T HIGH 3TKKET,
Free lllTTy. Telephone 43,
V Arm SvSw
Iff BK I
A- Vftffi -: i
ff'4. X --
adapted to the resources of an ord'inarv house
hold. Thii book, nd another called "Cereal Foods ' chamingly
Uluatrated with orieinal engraving of " Hiawatha s Fasting "
will be aent to any one who will mention where this advertise
ment was seen, and enclose a two-cent stamp for postage to
the Cerealinc MTg Co., Columbus, Ind.
"Cerealine FIAes" for wle by all gr lf- at twent) ni- a pat L;e.
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W M II 1
THE LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY,
NO. 29 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET.
This new r'm
laud Kidney Dts
Slid In SprlngBeld at il per bottle, at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
rUher'altlocIc Mln9tret,3it Door VTesI
SALE OF BUILDING LOTS.
Thursday, April 14 Tl.lrtj-Three Choice
E. (J. Dial, a cuardian of Cora E. and
John (5. HiN, will sell at public sale, on
Thursday. April 14, at '1 o'clock p. m..
tliirty-thiee choice bulldins lots, on the
premises directly opiUe the stre-tcar
stalilt.. Seven of these lots arc on Yellow
Springs street, balance on I'atton street A
hne oppurtiinity for ttorkinginen. Ixit.s are
all in immediate neighborhood of l'ans
Uanufaclurinc Co.. Hanika Iron Fence Co..
Siiringtield Manufacturinc Co., etc.
Terms of Sale. One-third cash on deliv
ery of deed, one-third in one year, one-third
in two years, secured by mortcace, 0 per
cenL interest on deferred payments. Ten
dollars cash on day of sale.
J amk.s Foley, Auctioneer.
F O. & Geo. S. Dial, Attornejs.
Hixlr of Lt.
Henry Hubert & Son will offer for sale at
public auction, early in May. twenty-four
desirable buildius lots on Charley and
Mound streets, between Harrison and High.
These are very desirable 1"K and persons
contempiatiu: buj ins will do well to ex
amine them. They will be sold on reason
able terms. Fole- & Haywakh.
Dr. T. F. Bliss, ee and ear surgeon, 29
nest Main street Eyes titted with glass.
Great ribbon sale at Ehrenhart's millinery
store, Tuesd y and Vednesday.
Why is it that juiiple will Insist upon
payinc a thousand prices for a suit of cloth
ing when for Si-' ou can purchase at 3U
East Main street a custom-made Scotch
Cheviot that theou m-rcan well be proud of ?
- Don be ran m mm.
Remember we buy direct from thu mills
at rock-bottom prices.
These goods do not contain a fiber of cot
ton flock or shoddy.
They are ponds that can be implicit)
relied iiion in every particular, mid for 525
we inianintee a lit that isn't equalled in
tains two hundred
i( V -
original recipes, prepared by
a professional cook who was
chief at the White House
during several administra
tions, and who was recom
mended to the Cerealine
MTg Co. by Delmonico,
of New York His recipes
were then tested by a lady
well known as an authority
in home cookerv. and bv her
Will find with us large lines of well
made, serviceable garments, of ex
cellent workmanship. They will
find further, courteous treatment.
Will perhaps find suits in our stock
as fine as the average custom
work, though at prices very much
Who have little or big boys to clothe
will have with us a stock of medium
and low-priced boys' suits no less
than the better grades.
Indeed can be suited from a stock,
which, if care and wisdom in select
ing can be guaranteed by 30 year's
experience, will be all it ought to.
111. -lCk's. l'atti Kosa, Thursday even
ing, April 7.
Mr. D. E. Hardy is in Haltimore.
Mr. Hen l!utou has gone to Detroit.
Mr. ltobert ltichter is in Mechanic-burg
Mr. Will West modestly Informs us that
Today, the Cth of April, is the twety-iifth
auiersaiy of the battle of Shili-h
Mrs. Givens and Mrs. H. G. Hamlin
went to Cincinnati this morning.
Mr. Frank Ingersoll, of Sidney, was the
iT-est yesterday of Mr. George Hance.
Thirty-eight jsple left Springfield during
fie month of March ia. the Bee Line for
The Belle Moore company passed through
the city this morning en routo from Xeuia
Miss Eleanor Ingersoll, of Sidney, is the
guest of the Misses Kelley, of west Colum
Dr. Beeves has returned from his lit to
Callvoniia, and has been greatly benefited
by the trip.
Mr. Larry Welsh left for the west last
Saturday afternoon, to enter the diamond
Ed. Dewine, drunk, and Clare McCIure
and Monroe Smith, using, profane language.
were arrested la-t night.
Mr. Will Clark, of this city, leaves this
evening for Chicago, where he will join the
Marie 1-rescott company.
Mr. Edgar E. Taylor and Miss Lizzie F.
Brannou were married Tuesday, April 5th,
by llev. A. L. Wilkinson.
Mr. John S. Hartsock. of 210 Bice street,
has been confined to his bed since Thursday
morning with cramps. His condition is
E. E. Chenev. C. S. Hamilton, 1$. F.
Hiwley, II. F. Fudger and J. 1. Taylor, of
Mi-chanicsburg, were at the Arcade hotel
Bev. J. C. Zimmerman, of Yoik, Pa.,
secretary of the board of Home Missions of
the Lutheran church, is In the city for a
day or two.
The Bella Moore dramatic compuiy
passed through the city this morning, en
route from the north to Dayton. They took
breakfast at the Arcade hotel.
The ladies of the First Baptist church
will give an Easter social tomorrow (Thurs
ila) ) evening, in the church parlors. Sup
per will be served from 5 to 'J p. m. All
are cordially Invited.
Mr. Walter H. Gough and Miss ENie. the
second daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. George
McEIroy, of Dayton, were quietly married
at noon of Tuesday. The younc couple
will make Springfield their future home
Mr. Frank Van Xess. the popular head
clerk at the Arcade hotel, returned this
morning from his home at Circleville,
where lie was called to the bedside of his
mother, who is quite ill, but not seriously.
Springfield township ttutee are unable
to complete the official count The town
ship and Fouith ward are the only ones
making returns properly, some of the re
turns being locked in the boes and others
James Itwton. working at East street
shops had three fingers mashed this morn
ing. Several of the men were handling :
big hogshead full of scrap iron, when it was
tipid over, catching his hand between the
edeand the walL
The Congregational ladies give a taffy
social tomorrow (Thursday! afternoon,
from 4 o'clock to well along In the evening.
A professional candy maker will make the
taffy "on th spur and it will be sold at
reasonable prices, for the benefit of the now
Colonel Conger. G. A. K. department
commander, was in the city a short time
jesterday on business connected with the
approaching department encampment
There is nothing new to state, by the way,
e incerning the latter. The piograumiecan
lie anuounced as soon as the seakers for
t'le camplire are all secured. The matter is
still in the hands of Comrade Delo.
Olive Branch commander). No. .1. Order
or the Bed Cros, will hold an oieii meeting-
in their hall, I'mon hall building, next
Tuesday eieniiig. April 12th, to which
they cordially imite their friends. Some
of the supreme and grand officers and rep
resentathes of the grand commander)' will
furnish entertainment in the way of plain
talk concerning the order and its member
Successful Mr. Frank I.lle.
It Ls very difficult to connect the still
very young. Ltindxime woman who sits in
a large leather cushioned unnchalr with
the able head of such n vast establish
ment Mrs. I-slie seems about 'M years!
of age, nml has an exquisitely molded
llgnre. which is always clad in well llt
ting gowns that suggest a Parisian origin.
In her office she wears soft black cloth
(onus ami a dainty apron of black silk,
with NK-kets out of which jieeH k black
edged handkerchief. Mr. Ixislie has
been w idow for atiout seven or eight
years, I think, but has never doffed her
mourning garments, mid her toilets nre
still coulined principally to black, occa
sionally lighteil up with white. She Is a
brilliant coiiwrsjitio'wili.st, and during my
morning i-it with her the talk glided
rnpidl) f nun one subject to another, and
the amount of information displayed by
her on every topic we touched showed re
markable powers of good judgment, ol
scrvation mid keen intelligence. She is
by birth of Huguenot extraction, and was
l)ini in the French quarter in New Or
leans. She ncaks French, Spanish, Ital
ian. German and English with equal flu
ency, and discerns the turrits- of an edi
torial or article sent for acceptance for
The Illustrated Zcitun.g with its much
readiness as she does the urliclcs written
Throughout my visit messengers, men,
editors and various jK-ople connected with
the establishment came nnd went with
that incessant regularity with which the
managing editor or head of any newspaper
is familiar with, and our conversation was
interrupted by directions she gave to this
or that iici-son, or affixing her signature to
checks or signing orders. There was a
methixl and regularity alxmt it all that
pro tl- impressed me, and at the same
i ' t my wondering mind with
, it to think a woman could
ich enormous executive nbility.
" -. ,einent was heightened tenfold
o i : li . .ening of the same day, when I
foi'i.l inxsclf in the midst of n brilliant,
cay und happy throng at her regular
weekly reception that she gives every
Thursday night in the lia'idsome apart
ments she occupies! nt the Victoria hotel.
Mrs. Leslie had left the cr res and duties
at licr office w lien .he camr. away from its
precincts, at -4 in the afte noon, mid the
licautiful. quietly dressed newspaper ed
itor I had seen in the morning was trans
formed into a still more lovely, graceful,
accomplished woman of .society. Mai
Eliot in Boston Herald.
CoriTrrtfd to rHteur's Theory,
Recently at a meeting of a society of
surgeons Dr. Peter was delivering n phil
ippic against Pasteur's notions when by
some strange chant e a mongrel cur made
his way into the hall, and going up to the
lecturer pn ceded to bite him savagely on
the calf. Peter winced nt the Iiin, but
smiled stoically and went on with his dis
course. His colleagues, however, were
not so sanguine of his safety, and rushing
forward interrupted the lecture, each one
producing his ca-- of instrument-. The
dog made no resistance to capture mid
was speedily Iround securer). They com
pellc 1 Peter to bare the wounded limb for
an examination of the injury. Then
were live deep holes, all bleeiliuir pro
fusely. Peter attempt.sl to langh the
natter out of serious consideration, but.
when Pasteur, who was present at the
meeting, approached the wound-! man
exclaimed, angrily, "Oh. not he'" Pas
teur of course drew k-ick, but somebody
said: "We ought to determine whether
the dog is mad or not.'
"He is not mad," cried Peter, waving
off I-aMer.rwith one hand and caressing
the enr with the other, "there nre no mad
It was the nn.nnimons opinion, Peter ex
cepted, that the dog should Ik- dissected
on the spot. I'xaminatioii proved that he
had eaten no' i mg for several days. "He
is mad," nmioiitictd Pasteur. His col
leagues nodded psscnt.
"My dear sir," added Pasteur, turning
to Peter, "let us haste. You have no jme
Peter hesitated. The blood continued
to How from the the wounds. Suddenly,
turning toward his enemy, he exclaimed:
"You Hill give me the strongest remedy
you have, will you not"'
The Mirgisms burst into applause. Pas
teur hastened to take his victim in tri
umph to his I.ilsjratory. Dr. I'eter is nol
et mad uud Ii:ls ilestroveil the manuscript
of his frailc against 'Pa.'.teurisin.'
Tonight the anniversary of the first com
munion will be held hi the Christian church,
on High street, and all who love Jesus and
hate sin are invited, without resect o sect
or dogma ministers and people, old or
young. Let a man examine Himself and so
let him eat Ministers are especially in
vited. Great riblsm sab- at Ehrenhart's millinery
store, Tuesday and Wednesday.
II. It. Wrnnr,
Xo. s east Main street, will offer to the
ladies of Springfield, the finest display of
millinery goods, at his openlnc on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday of tills week.ever
seen iu this city.
A set of teeth from $8 up.
dentist. Black's oi-ra house.
Great riblhuisale at Ehrenhart's millinery
store, Tuesday and Wednesday.
EVENING APRIL (5 188T.
I.Ut of Itcrrnt rillillcatioila Rrrrllrtl nt
the S-rliiKi-l'l l.ll.rory.
The following new books hate just been
added to the public library:
rtors and tctrcsses .oli. land",'
American Checker Player Barker
Xmericnil llovle. . . Anon
American Patriotism . . lllshop
behind Time I. nth-op
lli-ok Thei, or When ami lly Whom the
Mule Was W'rltteu .Make
Ilook Fancier 1'lugeraM
llo liselul 1'astiines irirutn
llrazll: ltHOonilltfunand Prisnects XmlreMs
Canipnres ot l.eneral Lee. ..
teleiirateu American luaiaus
I'hlef lVrltuls o( Kurohean lllstorv
t'ontllrt ot Kast and West In Kgypt
Country Doctor . .
Cnrinsltles itf Music. Ancient And Savaee
. . .. ... .... r.isen
Plaru oi me rosswjivs . ...Meredith
KleiHc .Motor and Its Applications
. . . .. Martin Wetzler
Kmlnent Authors ot the .Nineteenth Cen
Its origin. History and Pro
Everv llav Life of V. Lln-oln Hrotl
l'lUe's Komance 1auIs
Fallot .Mavlmiliau's Kmiiire . . s'chrocder
KlrstftepslnM-leutinc knowledge . Pert
-.'.treed Vcnu.il n tan res ltohlnson
Franklin In France . . Hale
From the Forecastle to the Cabin amuels
Full Statue of Man .Warth
ilrevllle .Memr Irs Jonrnal of the Keign
of Ouet u Victoria, vol J .. .(irevllle
Haifa, or Modern Life In Palestine Ullphant
Half Century In Salem Mlshee
Half Hours With llest American Authors
tour vols. .. . uoms
Hand Hook on 1'umpConstructlon lljorllnc
Health. Iteautv and the Toilet Kingston!
lllstorv of Mulc. 2 vols... . Naumann
In the Time of Koses eannell
Introduction to the study of Dante l'.otta
Introduction to l'svcbologlcal Theory Hown
Jesuit's UlngiThe Hayes
Labor Movement, me rroniem oi toaay
. .... .McNeill
Leisurely Journey. ... tinge
Lives of the Electricians . Jeans
Manners. Customs and Antiquities of the
Indians of North and ,-outu Amer
ica . . .Ooodrlch
Manual of Mythology . ..Murray
Memoirs of My Life, vol 1 J. C. Fremont
Meny Men. etc Stevenson
Mls Churchill "Christian Keld"
My Land and Water Friends Pamford
Our Fred- sen. toOld-Fashloned Bov"Flnley-'
Principles of Hygiene Hunt
Quiet Ohseratlons Wilson
Klcharrt Steele: -Knglish Worthies" Dobsnu
Silver Ilrldge and Other Poems Alters
society In the Elizabethan Age . Hall
Souenlrsof MyTlme Jessie It Fremont
Spirit of the Age Hazlltt
Stories Drandma Told . Urine
Story of Persia. Story of the Nations
..... . Benjamin
Mory ot the .Normans: story ot tne ;a
Studies In Musical History
s.yr!an Stone-lore . .
Talks Ahont Law
Walks In London
William Shakspeare .
Will Power: ltsliangelu Action
World of Humor
Young People's History of Music
. . Hare
. . Hugo
(IrU Iefeat a rolleenian.
The story of Godiva, the wife of that
grim earl who ruled in Coventry, 1ms been
not outdone, for that will never 1- but
repeated in a less romantic manner by the
twenty-live naked maids of Ireland who
baffled 100 armed policeman that came to
make their arrest The story of this ap
peal to and rcs-ect of modesty is told by
a Dublin cable dispatch s follows: "The
climax was reached ye-sterila-', nnd at the
same time occurred a veritable "reduetlo
ad alrsiirdum" of castle rules when 100
armed jiolicemen entered the poor house to
nrrest these female offenders and were
baffled by tho girls simply taking off their
clothes nnd going to bed. Twenty-five
naked women, it may literally be said,
beat 100 men armed to the teeth." I-ady
Godiva by her perilous adventure "took
the people's taxes away nnd made herself
an everlasting name." These twenty-fire
Irish maids may not secure such n perma
nent niche in the temple of fame, but they
wlil al least have the transient notoriety
of having defeated 100 armed policemen.
A New Industry.
I hare an idea that I have a new in
dustry. It was introduced to me by a
bullet headed, small man, with watery
eyes and a battered hand sachel, who rang
my boll the other morning. His business,
he informed me, was to bathe, comb ami
otherwise cultivate the liodily interests of
pet dogs, at their own homes. His charges
were almost as moderate as those of the
barber for the pet dogs' owners, and he
had, ho said, a growing trade. Ho made
a specialty of pixulles, and called himself
the champion designer of tho eccentric
embellishments those lnckless beasts are
subjected to. I am going to bny a poodle
to be In style, for my v isitor informs me
that all our fashionable reople are on his
visiting list. Alfred Trumble in Xew
Millinery Opening To the Lnritrs.
11. II. Wrag, Xo. s east Main street,
will offer to the ladies of Springfield, on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, of this
week, in the way of opening up spring
goods for their inspection, the grandest dis
play of the season.
Great ribbon sale at Ehrenhart's millinery
store. Tuesday and Wednesday.
A CAitn. To all who are suffering from
errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous
w eakness. early decay, loss of manhood,
etc, I will send a recipe that will cure )ou,
free of charge. This great remedy w as dis
covered by a missionary in South America.
Send self-addressed envelope to Bev. Joseph
T. Inman. Station D. New York city.
Martyn'i Commerclnl College,
313 Sixth street, Washington. D. C, pro
vides practically useful business education.
Xo terms nor vacations. Students enter at
anytime. Terms: Life scholarship, S-Ju;
12 weeks' course, board, Ac, 875. Send
"!v son. when vnn e-n ti the cilv rpr
you a bicycle, some tight pants, some tooth-
Tilclr shrws. nod a slender ivine. lint with nil
your gettings don't fail to get a bottle of
alvatkm tin. for pride (yon know) goeth
before a fall."
Extradition pan-rs in the case of George
McKenzle Fergus, wio is wanted for for
gery in Greenock, Scotland, arrived at the
I'niteil States marshal's office in Boston,
from Washington, and he was put on board
a steamer bound for Scotland, being in
charge of a detective from the other side.
"If the heart of a man Is depressed with
cares, the mist is dispelled when the bottle
appears." Not a bottle of spirits, oh no :
but a small vial of that invaluable i-n:n-pound
known to civilization as Dr. Bull's
illthiLnitslieil iri.iiiT.i ilMtinu-rnr ait-
.. ... -....... . . . .......... -.., .... ...,J .
Sherman's Xashville speech was "the most
adroit, und at the same time the most dan
gerous for me democratic part) mat has
ever been delivered since the war." Its
tariff sentiments will take deep root
The claims as to the curative powers of
Do. d'.s Sar-aparilU are based entirely on
what the i-cople say it has done for them.
Send to C. I. Hood A.- Co.. Ijwell. Mass.,
for a tiook containing statements of tinny
remarkable cures by Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Great ribbon sale at Ehrenhart's millinery
store. Tuesday and Wednesday.
At (ilenniary, Tenn., two men quarreled
over the possession of a keg of beer. A
) oung nun named Brooks, hapiieniiig along.
took part in the disturbance. He shot one
of the disputants, nanus! Griffith, dead and
fired on the other in retreat. This ended
KitANliiscTH's I'ilm invigorate the di
gestion and stimulate the torpid liver and
bowels; they cleanse the blooJ and impart
new vigor to the body. One or two every
night for a week will usually be all that is
required. For constipation or dyspepsia
one or two taken every night will, m a
short time, effect an absolute cure.
Great rllilioii .ialrat Ehienliart's milllnt ry
store, Tuesday and Vcdiie-Uy.
Interesting to liisilrnore Men.
One of the oldest and most reliable life
insurance companies in the 1'iiited Mates
wants to secure an energetic and trust
worthy man to represent their interests in
this county. A good worker can secureex
eellent terms and a permanent lxisition by
appl)ingal once. Address, look box. .W7,
(ireat riblmnsaleat Etirenharfs millinery
store, luesilay and Uedm-da).
Stejihen A. Doug as, murderer of his
father. John Douglas, near N'ewark, X. .1..
has been released from jail by confessing
his crime and Implicating as an accomplice
John Biding. There is much nubile indig
nation at the turn of affairs.
.t'ATABBII Cn.ED.lieaUir and sweet
breath secured, by Miiloh's Catarrh ICeine
dy. Price. 50 cents. Nasal Injection free.
For sale by t. A. Garwood.
Intelligence has been received respecting
the sealim strainer Eagle, which not only
confirms previous rcorts as to the finding
of wreckage, but also states that portions of
the figurehead, deck-house ami bulwarks
have been picked up and identified.
WILL YOI' Sl'FFEK with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint'.' Shiloh's Vitalizer
is guaranteed to cure you. For sale by F.
V e-BEfllu w
tsATUOAL FRIST '
MOST PERFECT MADE
"repircd with ftriit - r !
. d Healthfn'ness I- I""-ii-.
lowiter "lut .oni. it- t
.u-iu I'r. Price sl'" -lUv.ir
fVCf BAKIHO ROIYDCR CO..
t Piirllv str,
m-' x 1
. an. a. l.eninri
.7 ;o i-ni SI. LmlS
MISSES L. AUD M. W1LKINS
Vnnonnce to the ladles of Sprlnglleld that
they have now ready for their
EASTER NOVELTIES IX
Spring Hats and Bonnets
lor l.inlles nml Children.
STORE OPEN EVEOI EVENING,
Xo. 18 Eat.M,i!n Street,
Poom FormerlyOceunled bv Savings B-vnk
l SOUTH CEXTER STREET.
The dyeing, cleaning repalrinj and press
Inir of tadtes' and lients' li.-irmcnts a spec
laity the "illy place in the city to have Lace
curtains cieaueu properly, ah w-ori. war
CHiiMPIOIi CITY BATH 000MS
The KIXEM ana CLEANEST In the City-
Ai'Ctptinca p.atf loMlaid out by the heirs of
.luhii J.uUlttw. drt-e.Mtnl, in adUltitjn to the
r-KPTinv 1. Beit onlHlnedby the city council
utthe cttyot ."prlncfieh.. U!i!t. That the plat
of Jtitn lata out t.y the tit-im o( John Ludlow.
dM'a-ea.aH of the.!.ite of .March i!.l"7.ii
ud.lltlon tos;tlU clly. i" hereby accepted; and
the --street 4 una alleys Ueij:nated thereon ar
hereby declared tit be public street4. allejs
ana hichnaj of said Htv
c i Said acceptance M upon the ex pre-
condition that said city nhall be forrvt-r ex
empt from the jwyment of any damage what
eier. and all pc-rHons thai! be forever barred
from maintaining any claims fur damage
a-talnst ttid city reultinc to property abut
tine upon any of said ntreett and alleys from
the'niiliiu. cuttluu'. Olllni; ir other impnne
tnc or repairing by said city of any ot saia
street! or alley.
?fc.. This ordinance ihaU take effect from
and alterl' s legal publication.
Passed prll5th.A I. 1SS7.
W . TH0.M ?. rresldent.
Attest: J- ;. mikvltks. City Clerk. Im
Orderlnga public improTement by erectlnga
market houieand cit ofClcei.aua priwrurinc
the Ufce94ary real estate as a site therefor
and approaches thereto, and lor market
m-tkin 1 Be It ordalnea by the council of
theeitv of Mirint'flcld. Ohio. Thatthermbli
lmpnemenl.aeclireti necesarybyreoiutl n
oi council PsiHta 3iarcn l. i..ie maaeb
erect t tic a mark! hous ana city offlee, and
procuring the necen-iary real estate as a site
therefor ana approaches thereto, ana for
8.c. '2. fhi4 ordinance shall take erfeet at
th earliest period allowed by law -Pasted
prii:!li.A I 7.
U. . THOMAS. Pretldrnt.
ttest J. S. SnKWAt.Tr.-K. City Clerk Mm
Dr. Frank G. Runyan,
WRoomln Backlnibam't Jutldlne.oTr-
TMurphyA liro.'t Store.-
DlUU:lia i-trsa to ths prdierrlnro
Contractor and Builder.
Store and office furniture made toonler; also
doors, verandas, niamtles.tnsldehtlnds.hand
rail, stairs and screens. Kstimntes and sped
tlcatlon- furnished on application. v uorth
Center street, prlni:lleld, 0.
rn. A H-uno? ntirhrii
tore Iecar. XertMim lviistr
tt T Jf f tfinfib t frj friBi'4v,.t
triM In vain every known remedy, bu itwoveret
rlruple wirnire, whlrh he n.111 i-end ntja to h
li J. ilASOX. 1-ost 02loe Boi !la Sew York Ot
The (irrnt Emj)I1i l'rrerlptlHi
Cures ireiitrieM. Spermatorrhea.
4.Jr,,a.,VfM J tnJVIf Illy AUU Oil &S13
erwea causeil by M-lf-abuse or In
discretion. One nacka?" 31. six $5.'
BKroacl Bv mail. Write for Pamphlet, f ai-ixh
Eureka Chemical Co., Detroit, mich.
Call on or address Theo. Tronpe.iiruicsist.
corner Main and Market streets. Sprlnedeld
Ohio, Sole Aeftivt
llrj UCkl anil WOM IL I"! rurf
itruiv ifiEn tb-f4-M uu,t Mum., ii
.tafirr-fA. ,qiiirll)ut lutrnw. 3C
im- Imti i
- 'eo UK
Illl at - -.sis. -------.
II. 11. I.O IU H in.te.l, C'ouo.
No fancy prices, but honest value for your'money.
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.s.-s.sit - sr ti'is , , JFJY
To prc-scrvc the richness of color or delicacy of tint of your slim
mer (Iresse;. make suds of hot water and Ivory Soai-, allow to
cool until lukewarm, then wash your dresses in the solution. Ordi
nary soaps contain too much alkali, which in a short time bleaches
the color and destroys its beauty. Prof. Silliman. of Yale College,
says. "The Ivory Soai can not injure the most delicate fabric."
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 remarkable qualities of
the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
t'opsrh-ht I-V bv I-ro, tcr .1 l.snibk
f!j-feT5M LlJNDRYr' Sf
HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
(iOOIlS CALLED FOB AM) DEMVEBL'I) TELEI'IIOXE I3S.
CHAS. LUDLOW & CO. S
A Pleasant Tonic and Invigorator, from fresh Coca Leaves.
Pharmacists, 55 East Main St.. Springfield, 0.
Coca Wine hat been nsed by the medical profession many years,
and is acknowledged as the mnit reliable preparation of its cla-s.
JOHN H. WILSON,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
26 AXD 2S EJST MAIX ST., t.Veit Mai BIer "at. Bn!.),
He opened Sttnrday, March 5, 1SS7, with special im
portations orb-s. clast aii'l latest styles of goods, increased
facilities in floorspacr, lighting, etc. I am confident ot abil-
i'y to KiTt) better s-itisraction ereu than at any time duriiiic
the ten yean ot my business expei ience in ."pringfleld. In
the future, as in the past, I ishall cive my personal puper
vision to every branch of the busines, 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 Yours respectfully,
J-OTEL1ST HI. WILSOU.
IDOIST'T BTJT5T TOXJPt
UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S
NEW STORE. 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember the
place, 74 V tc
BUY YOUR COAL
OS1 AXjXj K.XJSTDS, OP
107 LINDEN AYE.,
TELEPIIOM5 IVO. :r.
HANDSOME WEDDING, BIRTHDAY OR HOLIDAY PRESENT. -
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J. I fCb p4
THE LUBURC MANF'C CO..
-A.. IB. James
:M V. AViiNhiiiutoii t.
llel 'n .M arktt and Cxnte r, Springtielil. 0.
'. .W.i m
10 W.HIGH ST.
1st door west of Wigwam.
UIIIIUI Ui UVI
CORNER MONROE ST.
CRY A CO
THE WONDERFUL All
Combining a Parlor, IJbnu-jr, Smoklnr, Rrcllnltur or Invalid
. CHAIR, IXH'MiK, BKU. or COIT1I.
gift " UP- ss'n- ,tamP -M-SHirPED to mU
,Wf for CtaloRMt. 1 parts of tar world.
All furnlshttl with the A atom.. tie Coach Brak. n,i n.i.iiaj
inl5Unip forCituloeue and mention i-mrrUaei.
145 N. 8th St.. Phllada.. Pa.
PAUL A. 8TAUEY,
Attorney and Expert
S-JMCITOR Or PATKKTS.
Koom H A.rn(lfs Itiillsliii'
lljrpii-ir, Stonrln-; and K-piirinc
For Service and Style, the "Retsel" brand leads.
BANCROFT, SOLE AGENT
BANCROFT, SOLE AGENT