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REPU-RTJCJMO.NDA EVENING APfttT,Sl8 1887.
We sell the "Excelsior" brand
(Jasoline for Stores anil Lamps,
the finest produced, 12 l-'Jca gal.
10c a gal. ; Headlight, l.'ic a gal.
A few Cov'd Sugar I'ails left at
locts. each, tornier price, iOi-ts.
At Either Store. "2
81 and 93 Wrat Main St. ami 40 South Mar
ket St., MprltiKlli-Iti, O.
Have removed tlieir ollire
trom rooia -, King'n lliock,
14 WEST HIGH.
IITAN'TKD -(loud Elrl to do general house
U vv-rK. t KOwest lllKb street. Vlb
lKAXTEO The ladies to know Ihst Mr.
M Monttort. formerly of Nillltoes. ilniln
nail, is prepared to do all kluda of dress ruak
Ine la the latest style, (lood fit aad stylish
dr.prry cuarauteed. W west Wastilncton
snrctabl -At 47 ft lllch street, a tevv re-
pectable boarders. v orklnr men prefer
red. wm. JIarot. .t'
TITAXTKD A first-class clrl to do general
IT housework. atXUeast llleh street.
WAXTEW Everyone to kno. that William
Bartholomew Is now ready to clean all
kinds and grades ot carpets and niattlnfuith
the patent steam earpet beater. Carpets
called tor and delivered to any part ot the
city. Orders left at any of the carpet stores,
or at the oSlce. rear ot cas works. ts
WANTED A woman of sense. enen:y and re
spectablllty for our business in her loci!
ty; middle aged preferred. alary S.VI jier
month. Permanent position. Inferences e
chanced. K.J Johnson, minaeer. 16 llarrtay
street, X. Y.
"ltTAXTED Salesman can add Al line; small
samples; one acent earned l.u. others
up to J2.U.IU. In ISsri. P. 0. llox 1371. Sea York
"ITANTED A German Ctrl for ceneral house
It work In small family; Kood ai;es. Ap
ply at corner ot Jegerson and Market streets.
tv OR SALE OR TRAIlE-Forty acres of drst-
X class land close' to Blrmlniiham. Ala. will
ell cheap or trade for good Springfield. Ohio.
liruperi). w ikits i unc .o .uaim. .mh.. .
acres close to Washington. C. II- Ohio;
acres close to Springfield, Ohio; inn acres close
to Springfield. Onto. All kinds of pmjierty fr
sale and trade. Jonn Ji. jonnson. corner
Market and High streets, city. 76hs i
FOR REXT A nicely furnished front bed
room, to one or two eeutlemeii. ;i
neighborhood. Call at 130 Pearl street. MtJ
MONEY TO LOAM.
"f 0XEYT0 LOAX-ln larce orsniall amounts
JL on long or short time. A nice home fur
bale on south Factory street, cheap, also.
property In any part of the city. Inquire of
C B. Kl-srll. real estaie and lone acent. room
5. Commercial Mock. Limestone street.
MONEY TO LOAX-Insumsof SSiil to 57.(i.
on three to five years' time, on first mort
gace or approved commercial paper, ileonre
II. Coles, room Xo. 1. Lagonda bank builain:
LOST Black mare Monday evening Will
pay a liberal reward if returned to .eo.
II. Harris. 27 west l'atton street '-''r
TOST An English setter Anz stnved from
L. my home this morning, cori.er .Miller and t
lie is a large dug. witn vvuiie
body.blaek head andears.wlfh tan color spots
over eves and on jaws, one bUrk spot on richt
hip Any person returning him to me will lie
paid fur his trouble W. C. LefleJ "in
S, A. Todd will be a candidate for re election
for County Recorder, subject to the declsiou i
of the Republican Convention. I
E.T. Thomas is a canltdate for County ud
Itur. subject to the decision of the Count ? lb
Janiev H. Rabbitts will be a candidate for
re-election to the office, of Clerk of the court
of common pleas, subject to the decision ot
! !e republican convention.
. F Serviss will bea candidate forr-elec-n
., totheofnceol County Auditor, subject to
the decision of the County Republican Con
tnetcher White is a candidate for Probate
Ju1g". subject to the decision of the County
Capt Finley 0. Curnmings Is a candidate for
Clerk of Commen Pleas, subject to the decision
ol the Republican Convention of Clark county.
We are authorized to announce W IL Rovve.
of South Charleston, Madison township, as a
candidate for County Recorder, subject to the
decision o! the Republican County Convention
All perfons Indebted on book account to the
late firm ot C. R John k Co . are hereby not!
fled that their accounts are In the hands of C
, R. John for collection and that immediate
payment It requested. J. W Losoeox.
Kit Assignee of C. R. John A Co.
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have ever eaten.'
The " Cerealine Cook.book," containing over two hundred
carefully prepared recipes, and h pamphlet on " Cereal Foods "
Illustrated with twelve original engravings of lllawatha'k
Pasting." will be sent to any one who v. ill mention v. here this
advertisement was seen, and enclose it..o cent itamp for post
age to the Cerealine MTg Co . Colu.nhus lnd.anj
Cerchne Flalies- for sale by a'l r. .(i- rt j j, 1. k.i!
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CASPER'S Drug Store,
richer Hl'w-k. MalnMrl.Jil lloor et
of I tmtou,,rlin:n"ltl
h- diaries Krin Vomer.
( linen." Ttn-sdav
Thursday. April 21. .lolin I.
I Mi. Wm.
l"eel lia returned frmn ("nil
CiiluiiPl A W. Itult li:i retiirniHl tiotii
j 1 luriila. '
j Colonel (Jwiiire Sintz went to Cincinnati
There were two liaptisins al the I'irt
! Il.ipti-t riiiirrh SunI.i cvt'iiine.
i Mi Kate Korret. ot Hului'ine. lmva, i
the gnet of frieml- in the "ity.
Mr, r.mldiim. of I'lijua. i- iiltlru; her
hrothrr. .Mr. W. A Harnett, of eat llich
in Sumlir i:-h.inl IVter. and Kil Dean
Wire tation-liouiHl on the ohartf of ttrunk-
Mr. ami Mrs. H. I- Ctiapman rrturiinl
Saturday niornuii; from a i week'-, trip to
Mrs. Haniisli, mother ! Mr. Henry llar
nish. of Mtil nay. wa-. liuntil at lliat plai-e
Mayor Kelly will leave on his wr-P-.ni
trip next Friday. Jle will lie ah-ent only a
Mrs. Hut, of I WUand. (ireK"ii. is visit
ini; her si-ter, Mrs. W. A. Harnett, of No.
07 e.vst High treet.
Mr. I'.d Kiunaue arrive.) home Friday
fioni hie trip to Culu and the South. He
Is wildly gone on Culu.
The Little Miami pay ear a in town
thi morning on liu-ine-.-, of luiixulaiK-e
the emiilojesot tliat road.
The T. . A, ('. club will give a ina;uer
ade hall on Thursila) evening April -n-t, at
Wilil.i-in"s hall on Clifton street.
Mr. T. A. liittiMilinusf, of lndianaiiolis,
private seeret.irv to Mr. C. K Henderson,
of the I. II. A- W., is in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I.. Sinccr, of
eiiia. spent yesterdav, in the city, the
guest of Mr. ami Mrs. 1. 11. Kelley.
Mr. James K. Adams, the genial proprie
tor of the A ivade retatirauL will visit Lis
f r i.er home. Columhils, Ind.. for awes'k
Miss hleanor Ingersoll. of Sidney, wlo
has been the guest of the lise Kelley, 1 1
west Columbia street, returns home this
1'. 0. Adam, a fanner, was arrested on
Saturday night for-drunkenness, lie tia.il
?177.6; on Ins tierson at the time lie was
Tom Serinwiii got into a difficulty at the
Champion Malleable w oiks this morning
and was patrolled to the station house on a
charge of disorderly conduct.
Nettie Kev and Nettie .Miller were ar-re-tisl
on warrants lat night charging
them with disorderly conduct. The war
rants were sworn out b Mis. Sullivan.
The Devil's Auction compauv left this
morning via the Hv Line for Terre Haute.
Ind., vvheie it shows tonighL The manager
paid SiW to Agmt Knight for the cuui-
A notice of Mr .lames Tovvnsenil Kus-
s n's recital at the First Haptist church.
Friday evening, was crowded out Saturday,
ow.ng to the great pressure upon our ad
witising columns. The recital was fully
up to Mr Ku-siir- nigh standard of art
aed was fully emoved by tiioe present.
THAT'S WHAT KNOCKS !
These goods are all new. nobby ami stj
lish and we take just as much pains in get
ting them no. and lrnamntee lust ns eiMMl
, , as ,1,0,!, , u ,iai,i a thousand lirict s
r ,. ' '
I (leuuine Scotch Suitings for t27..-,o ; this
j ,. of the greatest bargains we hav.
t ,, ..,M,Mr,. ,,f nfr..rW tonnr i..
I n vr "a" l,lr I'" a,urt OI "iruiR lo ur !'-
All we ask is that you will rail and con
vince yourself of the wonderful cheapness
and high Miialitv of these (roods.
IIIS is the time of
year for griddle-
cakes Alade of
e I -"lakes" they are
iciouv The melt
mouth Use with
ev or pure maple
e need no butter.
Owen, author of
ollars Hnoiuih " and
Hreail, ha : " Ce-
3 'YV fg
- .1.1 I, Sm ..1.11
realme 'nildle-aikes and the
both boiled and fried,
the most delicious I have
FRANKLIN LITERARY SOCIETY.
Itepoit of the S4crelnr Iti-ml nl Hie Ijl.t
The ei-hiK-s of the eveng .ire faint and
far Ix'tween. but may Ix'.-oiiic mole distinct
and iiuuieious as werambleou. AIhhU he
lir-t thing that collides with the tympanum
of memory is the comfortably hllisl house
that rresident lonkclcallcd to order shortly
aftei s o'clock.
What followtsl at ome I leave fin a co
iiuiidr'im. Then canie the "Twigs of the -."Jth,"
luitnl liy the secretary's; farewell to the
Muse, aempiettisb "immortal" who favonM
tiinher llirtation but was nipped in the hud.
In this, like in all other complaints, an
ounce of prevention is worth a ihiiuiiI of
cure, and, when taken m time, it's eas to
lue.ik tl'x IkmiI lo rhvnie.
The "volunteer progiainnie" did not mute
meet with expectations, but ttiu audience
was in a clever humor and line up with
(Jisirge C. Steinlwrger openisl the exer
cises with a humorous talk alMiut Africa,
which eonveited a number ot mouths into
hammock-haped apertures ami added
alMiut tvventv-live inches to Iheir total
Miss Minnie Davj followed with some
sensible advice against the silly habit of ex-
eiisiug one s follv by the very common
plea, "KverjlHKly does."
Kred'.s reading brought out the "(sip ga
lie ipialitiis. of the majority. It formed a
good background for bis original efforts,
the contrast being to his cn-dit.
'The other side of the grange" was a
laughablu selection from reek's Had Hoy,
and was haudh-d in such a sympathetic
stjlc that one might sUhiso Kdward 1'. 11.
narrowly escaped lieing "m the same con-
"The Shingle," by Charles Kenton,
seemed to lie another api-al to "total do-
pravitv," but like the pri?tsliug production,
doubtless has its uses, if mirth has a place
in the economy of health, and the diseom
forture of gobbler dignity.
The organ and aecordeon dtit'L by the
Hermans, father and son, proved a cheery
prelude to rtvess. Figuratively
sM'aking, it caused the Molinn-jump-iiis'
to bloom in the broad aisle that
extends like a .Mason Dixon's line between
the northern and southern divisions of
bonny Franklin, and inspired the two op
posing sexes to fraternize.
During recess, which was longer than
Usual, several iiiestions were promised for
the Inter society contest, two of which
were discarded, jiartly lierause of their sec
ondary imiNirtauce. and a third because
hackiie)cd and impractical. The fourth got
through in the face of determined opposi
tion and was duly entered on the pro
gramme for this evening. After all, what
is mote interesting than breakfast, dinner
( Inly half the contestants were present to
debate the resolution about woman's moral
siiie:iorlty. but, nevertheless, there was a
rattling skirmish, in which the negatives
captuicd one Jtidice (a commercial traveler),
notliwithstandlng the terrible odds on the
In-nch. The other two solons lieing ladies,
the result was proverbial.
The president announced the coming
election and urged, the voters to get their
candidates in the field promptly to facilitate
business. He jovially declined a second
term unless the salary (0) ivas Increased.
I suggest that we add another cipher ill
order to meet all who decline on the alxive
Alter ?ome delay the anticipated civility
to the Hunter Star Debating society was
formulated and forwarded to its genial
president. Miss l'yle.
Youis, D. O. Sii:iiii:ki.ki:.
Secretary K. I,. S.
"Tin: Cimvi:.- April IS, lssv.
THE C. A. R. CONCERT.
I'roarotlilui- t. lie Itenilereil nt S 11- limn
Opern House. Ttlr.ita Niifht.
l'ursuant to previous announcement a
concert will be given at the (Irani! ojiera
house tomorrow (Tuesday! evening, lor the
benefit of the (5. A. it., to assist in raising
money for the approaching department en-
cimpment. The concert is given by a num
ber of well-known local vocalists, assisted
by the Champion I it) band. The follow in
programme will be rendeied :
1. Overture "Rival" Pettee
Champion City Military Hand.
1 Address (leneralJ. Warren Kelfer
1. Polka -"Levy xthan." solo cornet J. Levy
Mr c. n. iiruranack.
. Hallad-'ViUden Love" ..Mr.S W.Tarvin
" "Rocked In Ihe Cradle ot the Heed"
Baritone solo -Mr. J. l.Cook.
ti. Recitation selection
Mrs Colonel W.J White
7. March Soldiers' Iieltiht ' Richards
Champion City Military Band.
1. March Medley "'Reverie".
. . Beyer
cnampiivnitiy Jiiuiary nana.
". Soprano solo "Hetunr . Millard
Miss Esther .smipsou.
1. i'olka "Internal" . ... liiovanini
Tuba olo Mr J. ". Rlrliert.
I Keritatlon Selection
Mrs Louise 11. Earnest
- irana. for I! tiat clarionet Pettis;'
Mr Julius II (lohlke.
s Male Quartette- "War Song" sPiet.tOI1
". March "Our Flag" Reeves
Champion City Military Band.
Thne in charge wish it expressly under
stood that the curtain will rise promptly at
"J o'clock, and that nobody will be allowed
t enter and take theirseatsduring the iht
fornianceof anv niuuberof theprogramine.
The sale of seats for the concert commenced
tt Harris's cigar store this morning, and a
large reserve was taken. Man) excellent
siats yet remained, however.
denial Billy Kodgcrs. who recently ipiit
the reiHirtorial ranks to accept a jiosition in
tile office of the Chapman Coal company,
now sutlers the results of his months of de
votion to the imiuiry, "What d'jou know'. '
About a dozen time a day, some of his
friends call him up over Hie 'phone, and
ask him if ther'.s "anything new".'" or "all
iiuiet?" Hilly didn't mind it at first, but
now be ho. ks up the hand-phone with a
remark cut in two 111 the middle, but who-e
first syllable sounds like a big "D."
The growth of the town of Wichita,
Kansas, has almost d-iopulnted our little
neighbor of South Charleston. A large
numlier of citiens from the latter place
have gone to Wichita and more are follow
ing daily ami preparing to follow.
At the morning service at the Congrega
tional church on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Nichols were elected delegates to the
Ohio State Congregational association,
which meets (n Cleveland dining the sec
ond week in Ma).
Mr. W II. MihuIv, who has- Uen an em
ploye of the Adams Kxpress company ill
tills city for alHiut two years, has resigned
his position and will tonight take a run as
baggage master on the Ohio Southern rail
road. on Saturday night Mrs. Morrill, iiiotln r
of I'olice Court Clerk A. C. Mori ill, re
ceived a telegram announcing thedangerons
illness ot her brother. Mr. John Slociuu. ot
Molierly. Missouri. Another dispatch re
ceived last night rejiorted him some liotttr.
Mrs. Kobert Harms.. ,,f Kansas City, ac
companied her mother, Mrs. C. Baker,
home and will remain for a short time.
Mrs. Haker met with an accident while ab
sent, but has about recovered.
third gas well
, (.. Saturday.
was struck at St.
-Weight Light Colored
.AJSTD NARROW BANDS!
A SCARED HORSE.
.Ilnrshiitl's I.auuilry U'nenn Wrecked In n
After several recent inefTrtiiiil attempts,
the horse that furnishes the motive ucr
tor Marshall's liiimdr vvaKOii. siicctsled in
badly wrecking the vehicle just before noon
today (Monda)l. Several tunes, ot late, the
horse has got gay, but nevei managed to
break anything, except when it
broke into a run. This lime, it
took triuht while standing in front
of the Limestone street entrance of
tue St. .Limes hotel. "Huck" Lawrence,
the regular driver, was in the wagon and
did what was xissil!e to chrek the fiiuht
ened animal. It snerl on to Main street
and ran into the gutter jut in front of the
branch laundry office at Soleiihergc r'a cigar
stole. Alnuit the same time, or ju-t
U-loie. it ran into a gravel cart,
and. lieing the lighter vehicle of
the two, wa badly dauiaL'cd. It whs hurled
against the curb, overturned, and sina.hed
ina very thorough manner. The horse
broke away trom the wakrou at this point
and ran atxiut half a block lurther. when it
was caught. Neither driver nor horse were
injured, but the wagon was a bad wiet-J;
ami weni to me repair simp. i ih
ECTI0N CF DIRECTORS!)
kholtler fif tilt, tlllli SiiiKlicni 3lret
tinil I. lect it Itiuilil fr the Kimulne
At nisui today the stockholders of the
Ohio Southern railroad held their annual
meeting at the office of Siiierintendent Van
Tassel. More than two-thirds of the stock
was represented. The meeting was held
tor the puriK)e of electing a board of di
rectors tor the ensuing year. The follow
ing ba.ird was elected
Austin Corbin. Alfred Sully. J. II. Max
well, Henry (iroves and It. K. Dow, ot
New York City; (ieorge II. Frey, II. L.
Chapman, Amos Whlteley and William N.
Whiteley, of this city: Dumont Clark, of
Huston; II. II. Weakley, of Troy: Isaac
llrovvn, of Jackson; and il. S. Well.ird, of
Xo changes were made, the old Isiard lie
ing elected entire. No other business was
transacted, and as mmiii as the election was
concluded the stockholders adiourncd,
Within the next ten days the board of di
rectors win meet to organize.
Arre.lnl for lla-ntine III" Wife.
1. unstable Loates made Ins hrst anest
this t.Mondaj) afternoon. On the fifth of
the month, Ilebeeca Vincent riled a state
affidavit against her husband, Anthony
Vincent, charging him with assault and
battery. A change in the toiwishlp officers
soon alter, tielavtsl the arrest until today
when Constable Coates got his man upon
York street ami brought him before 'Squire
All exhibition is to be held Friday and
Saturday evenings, of this week, lu the
llockwaj I'nlon chapel, on the hill west of
( ol. Sintz's. for the bench: of the chape!
tre?nry. The exhibition will lie very at
tractive and those who attend will help a
Hood's S.-irsaparilla is made only by C 1
Hood A- Co.. Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass
It is prepared w itli the greatest skill and
eare, under the direction of the men who
originated it. Hence Hood's Sarsaparilla
may be ileiendeil iiimiii as .strictly pure,
honest and reliable.
It Is reKirted that an "Cnglish steamer
foundered off St. Honlfacio, Corsica, and
mat one hundred and fifty lives were lint.
.hiss v innie uivsori, a charming young
lady of Kipley. Ohio, is the guest of the
-Misses Wise, of Iigonda avenue.
V lint a Well.Kiioun Ketaiiraiit Keeper
4:i2 Huoaiiway. New Yoiik. )
March 12, lis.".. (
Some weeks ago I look a sev ere cold.
which settled on my lungs. 1 suffered great
pain, considerable fever, and, worst of all.
found myself with a racking cough. In
the evening I went to my box of Allcock's
I'.i- n- Piasters, intending to use them on
m (rr.'.it. chest ami back. Cnfortunately
iu wile had given all the plasters away,
ami the conseipiPiice was that 1 spent a
sleepless night. The ne.xt day I applied an
Allcock's fortius Piaster to my throat, one
to my chesL and one between niy shoulder
blades, lty p; o'clock my breathing was
much easier, cough almost stopped, while a
gentle perspiration indicated that the fever
was almost gone, lu two days 1 was en
tirely cured. J. L. Joxks.
The Itest sale or the Senswn.
He sure to attend the sale of lots in Malt
land's addition next Thursday afternoon,
April 21, if you wish to invest in the best
part of the city. For plat, see Ksters and
Chief Justice David K. Cartter. of the
supreme court of the District ot Columbia.
Conies Nut Often.
For many reasons it would be desirable
if Di. Albert could visit us ottener. Once
a mouth would be better than the less fre
quent visits he makes. Hut his time is too
valuable lor that, and he only comes at all
Iiecanse there are some w ho cannot bear the
trip to Cleveland or who cannot stand the
necessary exiienses of the visit. The Cleve
land Medical Institute, with Its corps of
skilled ph)siciaiis, is a treat institution.
and it requires watchful care from Dr. Al
bert, its head and founder. It is not often
that he can leave it, and those who have an
opiirtunity to consult him for obscure or
complicated diseases, without making the
trip to Cleveland tor that puriiose, should
consider themselves fortunate. He can be
consulted at the l.agouda house all day to
morrow (Tuesday i.
The cause of Chief Justice Cartter's
death was cancer of the stomach.
9lvo t,,e Children, Thej- are es-V-vv-v,
pecially liable to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough,
etc. Wo guarantee Acker's English
Remedy a ixisitive cure. It saves
hoars of anxious watching. Sold by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
A political prophet of Washington C. II. .
O., who predicted the nomination of Hayes,
(Inrtield, Hancock ami Hlalne, says Sher
man will lie the republican nominee in Isssj.
My three children are Miueriiig from
whooping cough and Oooeh's Mexican
Svrup lias been of great worth to them.
No. .;7 Harr Street. Cincinnati, O.
The hotel clerk who stole Fanny Daven
ort's diamonds has been sentenced to live
years' imprisonment at Memphis.
cisorr. wiiooriNii coron ami
Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure. For sale by y. A. (larwinid.
A Cai:d. To all who are stuttering from
errors ami indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc., I w ill .send a reciie that will cure you,
free of charge. This great remedy was dis
covered by a missionary in South America.
Sendself-addressedenveloiieio Kev. Joseph
T. Imiian, Station I). New York cit).
Martyn Commercial College,
313 Sixth street, Washington, I). C, pro
yitles practically useful business education.
Xo terms nor vacations. Students enter at
anv time. Terms: Life scholarship, Sjo;
12 vvtH'k.s' course, board, Ac, S7.ri. Semi
Dr. T. F. Illi-s.
eye ami ear siirireon, 2n
K)es tilttsl with glasses.
west Main street.
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. Ti . vjv -vj rv,-
When men and maidens seek the sport,
They find around the tenuis conn ;
)r when upon the diamond field
Their bats the champion pl.n ers wield.
When walks, or rules, or bending oars,
Uring perspiration from the pores.
Then people all should bear in mind
The best and purest soap to find.
For after some such exercise
The system most in danger lies
Absorbing then both swift and sure
The poisons found in soaps impure.
And those who keep for face and hands
Or frcncml use as. time demands.
The Ivory Sop, need have no fear
l-'rom exercise throughout the year.
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.
Copyright ISSG by ITrxter A C.amblo
IRSIHXjIIL. &c CO,
1 hQMESYM LAUNDRY!1 SPRINGFIELD." a' 1
HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
(.OniiS CVLI.El) FOR AM) DEl.IVF.HEH. TELEPHONE Ols.
THE SCHNITZER EXQUISITE COLLECTION
or IIKMINK ANTIIJI K AMI IIOIIKKN OKIINT.tl.
FOHTIERKS AND HANCINUS WILL HK SOLI) AT
PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT LIMIT OR RESERVE,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. APRIL 21 & 22.
AT IO O'CLOCIv A. M. .VrxTI) li 1. M.. AT
No. 40 NORTH MAIN ST., DAYTON, 0.
11ns is by farthe tineat collection ever shown in America, consisting of -Jot) ex
quisite pieces anil embraces specimens of Daghestan. Hokliora, Ispahan. Kllore.
Mecca. Sinnak. tieordias. Cashmere, Damascus and llethlehem products, mar
vels of Oriental luxury, skill and taste. Exhibition during Today.
"V. . 1 1 iiIm'I" s"vc iSollrs, - A im-I iolM-i't' .
CATAl.Ol.rKS CAN" HK HAD AT FAHIHITIOX.
MOST PERFECT MADE
-'pan.! wi'h p'nrt rejraM t Pitrtv 'trcnjl'
vl It i f l ni . It I'm t- th in ivla
- ! tu i. r itinT uT.Iai Ami lot I nn
a, It I'r.. c'rt ETtra. un a 1 m tu ct.
Y BAKiSa POWDER CO., Chicano crj if. lain
21 SOUTH CENTER STREET.
Tiif diftnif. clean. nir. rvn.ilrinif unrf tif.
in:oM.iJlt-s' mill (tfiits (Kirme-iUi a apvc
liltv Tile only Dlnce in the citv tn Uav I.ac
t'urtain cle.-int-rt properly. All work ur-
CMMPION CITY BATH RQDMS
IheKIN'ESTandCLfUXKST In the Cltf.
op?U3-tB sictSZSI AIVaH UOK1
'ml f at,V sl i J Wiitti .b2.piv.i iurai m&i ni
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m" i-a-et iiu
SdVAinO NV3IU1MV NdnOHSVM 3HX
Contractor and Builder.
Store and office furniture made tonMer: .nlso
iloors, veramlas. niamtles.iiisliieblinils. hand
rail, stairs ami screens. Kstiruates and spec!
flcations furnished on apnllcatiuu. a mirth
Center street, SprliielteM. 0.
1 ! FLAVOR!1
I NATURAL rRurr
JsTJETW SHAPES AISTTD COLORS!
"vi' ' :t-
L-iiioii and Vanilla,
(liiirauteetl to lie lhe t'uiest made.
Cil PRINCE COFFEES!
lltt in the market. Our Teas can
not be eipialed.
New York Cream Cheese,
Thever) finest and richest that can
be had. also Kdaui ami l'ineapple
Cheese. Keuieiiiber we are rc
FRESH FISH DAILY.
S. J. STRALEY & CO.
IG AND 18 EAST HIGH STREET,
rrotupi fr UrlXwmrf. T-lrphutt 4.
j. j. Mccarty
.11 SO mi LIMESTONE ST.,
l'rtsents a splendiil I hie of Niiit-
iiiijs lor (ienth nieii's
SUITS and OVERCOATS
MADE TO ORDER.
TIs tiiriH for joud and
oli I to know
vTbal itni lAtattuKi And
J The Ills at JnJiffittH
With evrr trouble, aw lie
That follow s In the BUtous
, " twin.
Will scatter llk- th tlilrrr, of night
llrforo u draukUtof S-Iwr brlk'ht.
Hieing, Scouring and Repairing
-A.. B. vJames
:i V. AVosiliiuuloii HI.
Hetvveen Market ami Center, Springfield, O.
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A large proportion of the baking powders in the
market contain Ammonia, Alum, or Acid Phos
phates, and as a matter of prudence housekeepers
should insist upon knowing ALL the ingredients
of their favorite brand. A knowledge of one of
the ingredients is of little value, as it is no
guarantee of the wholesomeness of the others;
hence no reliance should be placed on any
baking powder unless the manufacturers plainly
state each and every ingredient used in its
If your patronage for a baking powder has been
obtained by artfully written advertisements exten
sively circulated, note carefully whether or not
its manufacturers impart to the public a knowl
edge of every ingredient that enters into their
compound. Where this information is withheld
would it not be wise to discontinue the use of
that particular kind of baking powder and
purchase instead one so pure and free from
objectionable ingredients that there is in it
nothing to conceal?
Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is made
only of strictly pure Grape Cream of Tartar,
Bicarbonate of Soda, and a small portion of flour,
and does not contain Ammonia, Alum, Lime,
Acid Phosphates, or any adulteration whatever.
CLEVELAND BROTHERS, Albany, N. Y.
IODIDE OF POTASSIUM,
Cures all diseases arising from an impure state or low con
dition of the blood. Spring is the most favorable
time to use it. 100 doses for one dollar.
CHARLESLUDLOW & CO..
r- K;i.-.t 'l:iin SSti''it.
JOHN H. WILSON,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
211 AMI 2s T.) ST JIAIX ST., Xext Mad River at. l?anVl,
He opened Saturday, March .", ISS7, with special im
portations of ije.sr class aii'l latf.st styles of goods, increased
facilities in Hour space, liuhtintr, etc. I am confident ot abil
ity to ciro better satisfaction even than at any time during
the ten years of my business expei ienre in pringfield. In
the fntnr, as in the past, I shall irive my personal super
vision to every branch of the business, and will continue to
to sell floods by t he'picce or pattern, whether made up at my
house or elsewhere. Asking a continuance of your patron
age, I am Yours respectfully,
j-OEcnsr T3L. WILSOK
WHELDON & MERRiLL,
Corner Mecli ink and Washingtoa $tM S riiigfield, 0.
-TV.Vihoi.i Xo, M.V.I
This is an age of special
ties. It is apparent in every
profession and branch of bus
iness. Every doctor has bet
ter success in some certain
class of disease and immedi
ately makes that class his
specialty. The people get tl e
benefit of his extra knowledge,
talents and experience in that
Our specialty is bargains in
Boots and Shoes, and it would
be to your benefit to call and
inspect our goods and prices.
I WEST MA IX ST.
Superior in design and coloring to those of previous
A. C. BLACK & CO.
and Retail, of
Fancy and Plain