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REPUBLIC. FRH)ATjEVEyryG APRIX 22 1887.
FOR IttlK MO.M1.
Watch Us and Keep Posted.
Crnanlated Sugar, 1-lc aer ponnd.
"A" Suar, 5 1-Sc pr puand; txtn
"C" Snirar. 5c per nonnd.
Our delirious Co Hew are not matched
In (lualltr or equaled In price.
Frerh Roasted Itios at 20c and He.
"Ielmon!co" Bmndat 25r.
Klo,.l.iTt and JCorlia, 23c.
Mar Cracker, or.
flour at will prices.
Coniu and ee thp new China Set we
adiertUrd iu jctterdaT't Utiie.
01 and 113 Weat Mnln St. Rnil 40 South Mr-
ket St., SprlugUm!, O.
TITVTKIl A ffood clrl
for trnerl tionw
V? work In a small luntlr. Orrmn pr-
rcrred jpli at ITS south Plum street. v-tr
TIT WTEU A seamstress at the ?prlnfilie!l
Meam Dye orks. 21 nortti Center street
ANTED Three brlcht. actlfeboys.at th
District Teleirraph ofDee. lmmeulteli-
WANTED Opportunities Maura man lays
II tlil to hts conscience, so will you unless
you embrace the opport unity at buying a lot at
the E4aruvuie saie, . miu.i.
iiriYTPn-ptNtiMi man to do eeneral
l work about a house ana take charee oC a
horse and cc. Aeood man will cet liberal
nacetand steady employment. Apply to h.
Wren. Klnnane. ren Co.
WANTED I house ot 4 or 5 rooms In central
nart ot city. 4 or 1 s mares trom postofflce.
or S unfurnished rooms down stairs, by
frompt paylnc tenant.
WASTED 35 mechanlcs.blacksmiths.wood
norkers. painters and trimmers. Apply
to the Columbus Buggy Co- Columbus. Ohio.
WANTED Oood.. competent Clrl tor dining
room worts Oood waces will be paid
Apply at Forest honse.33 Jetterson street. Vif
WANTED-Oood clrl to do general house
work, at 170 west High street. Mb
WANTED x first-class clrl to do general
housework, at S52 east High street.
WAXTED-Kyeryone to know that William
Bartholomew Is now ready to clean all
kinds and grade ot carpets and mattine wit h
the patent steam carpet beater. Carpets
called for and delivered to any part of the
city Orders left at anyot the carpet Mores,
or at the office, rear ot gas worts. 6ob
W NTKD x woman of sense, energy and re
spectablltty for our business in herloeall
ty. middle aged preferred, i-ary S.W per
month, l'ermanent position. --'-chanced.
street, N. Y.
WAXTED-Salesman can add ,''S?: "
sample", one agent earned M.MO. others
up toS(JU0. in 1SS6. P. O. Box 1371. NcworH
WANTED-A Oerman girl for general house
wort In small family, good wages Ap
ply at oorner ot Jefferson and Market streets,
FOR SALE Residence, of twelve or thirteen
rooms; coatrally located: In an excellent
neighborhood: wlthla Ave mlautes" walk f
Kelly's Arcade. Address. "House for sale.
Lock box . City. m
TJIOR SALE OR TRADE-Forty acres of first-
class land close to mrmingnaro. -'-i '"
..11 Mi..n rt-i(A tnr ffnnA Sniinfffleld
property; 53) acres dose to i?edalta.Mo
acres close tn Washington, u.
acres close to Springfield. Ohio: 100 acres close
to ."-prtngaeld. Ohio. All ainas oi property iur
sale and trade. John H. Johnson, corner
.Market and Htgh streets, city j
MONEY TO LOAN.
lrONEYTO LO AN-In large orsmall amounts
ji on long or sli..rt time A nice home for
sale on south Factory street, cheap, alto,
prooerty In any part of the city Inquire 1 1
C. B Msell. real estate and lone agent, room
5, Coxm.rclal block. Limestone street
rONEYTO LOxS-Insumsof IWO to S7.0U0.
Il .. thM i.i dmiMM timr. ns first mort
gareorapproed commercial paper, Oeorve
11 Coles, room No 1. Lagonda oanx nuiiaing
bTRAYED OR STOLEN.
PARAYED OR STOLEN A man who forgot
O to buy a lot at the EdwarasTiueiaie.Apni
All perfons Indebted on book accjKfJothe
late nrmoi u. it-joun 2t' hereby notl
fled thattjifliinti'i 1i..h. hands of C
JtUiTfor collection and that immediate
paTment Is requested. J Liwniiny
Assignee in . i-wmi.v...
Have remoTed their office
lroni room -, King'iJ Block,
14 WEST HIGH.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
-MurpbyA Bro.'e Store-
tpeelalattentloa given to the preserving of
Flakes" in place of sago,
maccaroni, vermicelli, or barley, in soups twice,
and added some to si bakings of bread. Buy a
package of " Cerealine Flakes " of your grocer and
try how far you can make its contents go'yourself.
The "Cerealine Cook-book." containing over two hundred
carefully prepared recipes, and a pamphlet on "Cereal Food
illustrated with twelve original engravings of Hiawatha s
Fasting." will be sent to any one who will mention where this
advcrti&ervent was seen and enclose a two-cent stamp for pokt.
age to the Cerealine M f g Co . Columbus, Indiana.
CsteaUne lliVes for tale by all grocers at l.cnly cent, a package.
FOR LITTLE FOLKS !
Our Counters are brim full
fresh and pretty things for the
astonished to una as many siyies as you uo wun us, u yuu
didn't know we lead the city on boys' and children's wear.
Figures are like this :
A nice Play suit, .... ji.ou.
A Better Grade, ----- 2.00.
Pleated Suits, ----- 2.50.
Blue Flannel Suits, ... - 3.00.
Blue, black or brown Worsted Suits, 3.50.
Fancy Mixtures, ----- 4.00.
English Cheviot Suit, - - - - 5.00.
In fact, styles without limit ; all we ask is for you to see them.
29 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET.
Carriage and Harness
For washing and cleaning carriages.
For polishing a carriage after washing It
FritK CASTOR OIL,
For greasing tt.e axles.
DIXON'S ALK LriHIICATOK,
A first rate article made from graphite and
nil Will Dot run on or soil the hubs and
COLGATE'S HARNESS SOAP,
For cleansing aul oiling harness, making
leather solt and pliable, and gitlng It a
rtih, black color.
PURE NEATS FOOT OIL,
Isedfar both harness and oiling tops of
carriages. Don't use Inferior articles, but
get the best at low prices at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
risher'alllock. MalnSlrest.Jd Uoiir West
O, why should the spirit of mortal be
proud? Hecausr he can bur a house on
IiNoun term at the EdwardsUHu sale
It will paj an lad) who want tine mil
liner at a erj Io price to attindthc
special ale at3UlJt.'.'.'."."?Jff;eT"stret'L
feprmigjrl-frrjrv. . Hojle A Co. s.
Be Independent of landlord-, hj otwi'mir.
jo ir ohu home, lluj a lot at the r.dwarii
t Ille sale, April 2.'..
WHAT IS IT
That causes such a boom at the oldest mer
ihant Lillurinc cstabllshinent in the cltj "
The simple reason is that I am willing to
live and let Iie. to sell ou a pair of
Trousers for S5 that some of mj competi
tors sell for 87 I am now actuillj offer
ing Milts for S.-i 50 that I have in the p.ist
sold for SSO.
As for m light Cheviots that I am onl
charging Si. for, I can positively assert
tliat they are not eiiialleil for that inone)
b any other bnn in thecitv.
1 claim to make and trim m goods mc
ond tit no one in Springfield, and an exam
ination of our work will verif) mj asser
tion. 1 would also call )our attention to
our new and novel machine for making our
own buttons. so that we are able to match
all goods with buttons of the same mate
rial. We art) alo prepaied to fill ordei
immeillatel for buttons of any desired
contents of one pack
age of " Cerealine Flakes,"
costing twenty cents, a cook
in a private family of six
persons, made puddings five
times, waffles twice, muffins
three times. griddlecakes
fi c times ; used " Cerealine
and running over with nice,
little folks. You would be
Mr. J. K. Gebhart. of lsJon. is in the
Mr. .1. S. Miles went to Mtvhanlcslmrg
I this morning.
Wood's orihestra pUed at Ormantown,
()., last night.
Mr. Amos Miller was m 1'rhana on bus
iness iast evening.
Mr. Win. Volgt, of Cincinnati, was In the
Mr. Herbert Wiley went to Marsviile to-
d.i) , on businervs.
Mr. S. A. Morrow left night for Lincoln,
Nebraska, on business.
Oflice Temp Wilson's little son, Frank,
is suffering from an attack of fever.
Joseph .1. Nugent, agent of the Ma)
Ad.uns Co., is at tlie l.aonda Jiouse.
Mr. W. IL Linn, Dr. IIgers and Senator
Iringle left Uiis morning for St. LouLs.
Olive Hranch commanderv. No. 5. O IL
C, will have initiator ceremony tonight.
Mr. IL McC. Smith, of the C. II. A Q
with headquarters at Columbus)Jsl.TfcT1ivaI" Mrs Field give u dinner part) arid
r-CTTi. Ka) last ev ening reported a
case uf diphtheria at Vo. .11.' west Mam
Mr. James Todd, of the Hanika Iron
Fence Co., returned last night from In
diana. The Kev. Pimlott.Jirotlierof Mr. William
Piuilutt, left jestenlay afternoon for SL
John McCloskey was arrested this morn
ing for a light w hlch he engaged iu sev eral
da) s ago.
Mr. E A. llrowu, editor of the Uelleville
(O.)Sfcir, ts iu the cit), the guest of Mr.
George 1 lance.
Mrs. Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
N'eil Baker, left by the Bee Line last night
for Kansas City.
Miss Anna Kice, of Logans-port Ind., is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1.. M. Harris, of
south Limestone streeL
Mr. J. A. Slinmerman. a well-know n
marksman of South Solon, was registered
at the I.agonda house last night
The jiolice now propose to make it hot
for the thieves who have been stealing coal
from the cars in the different railroad
Miss Fannie Kitiehart, who has been the
guest of Mrs. George II. Knight for a few
da) s, returned to her home at Troy this
"Doctor of Alcantara," opera Isiuffe at
the Grand, Tuesday, 26th. Seats on sale at
Harris's. Proceeds to be donated to Asso
The reserve seat sale for "Doctor of Al
cantara" at the Grand. TuescU) next,
opened this morning at Harris's cigar store,
and seats are going off rapidly.
The Kev. Dr. Washington Gladden, who
pieacheil the installation sermon at the
Congregational church last night, left for
eis home in Columbus immediately after
the sen ice.
The hosts of Springlield friends of De
tective William Kirb), of the Dajtuii po
lice force, will be surprised to learn that be
was nuiell) married at noon on Weilnesda)
to Mrs. Amanda Thomas, of Hatavi.i,
j Clermont count).
Ma) or Kell) Ifcft this morning forwest
erh Kansas, where be goes on business
connected with the Springfield Kngine and
Thresher works. He will hav e a brief rest
from the aspirants to positions on the iiolice
force, as he does not expect to return until
one week from tomorrow.
Union has increased Its capitil
making a total capital of M,-
James Heekln A Co.'s spico mills, on
west Second streeL Cincinnati, burned.
Loss about SS0.O0O.
Hun. James G. Blaine is in Chicago.
Weight Light Colored
jAJSTJJ 3STAJRPilO'Wr B-A.3STDS!
AN ACED ADVENTURESS
. VViilimll sieen(i.r(i II lenrs uf ge
Pulling People's I egs tler Vletlmil of
iimuber of well known ipringtieM )s
ple have just passnl througli an inleresting
exerience with a might) slkk old lad) of
seveut)-!eveii )(arsof .tge, who did tin in
up with neatness and disp ill li. I 1st eil
nexla) a venerable looking l.id) of a pious
ast of ftatures. a glorious mass of
gra) hair and ver) gentle niauners,
applied to Mrs Onllith, wife of s M. I.rlf-
titlu the well known barls-r, of 07 west
Washington street. She g ie her mine as
Mis. Hoover and stid she was well ac
quainted with Mrs. (intli th's people Iu
lYnnsilvaiiia. where Mrs. Hisner iliiiued
to be from. Mrs. (.rillltli kiudl) timk her
iu and careil for her. Mrs HoivercHimtsl
to be on her wa) home from Wichita,
Kansas and that her niee, Mrs.
Itooker, of New Carlisle, was lo
join her here jesterda) and go on east with
her. Mrs (.rinith knew Mrs iiisiker. who
is a devout Quaker and com ludisl that an)
one related to In r must lie all right Mrs
Hoover also got aciuainted with Mr ami
Mrs. W. IL liurneU. the gns-ers, Olluir
Temp Wilson and other enthusiastic l'eiiii
s)lvauuns, and knew all their folks witl
great promptitude, ishe was ver) agrei
nhle, promised a ntiinlwr of them
pictunsof her-elf, which sliesaid Hiuister
was j ii t completing, and won the hearts of
the little Criflith girl b) promising her
man) prctl) presents.
TliiirxH) morning she ( anie down tow n,
tilling Mrs. (irifhth that she was going to
meet Mrs Hooker ami that Imtli would
Im' hvk to dinner at Cnlhtli's.
Mr-. G hid Inrself out on the dinner, but
iioll) tame. The hours passed, and still
Mrs Hoover failed to show up. Mrs. (,nf
hth huall) investigated, and found the old
la.l) had gotten her valise from the 1 It .V
W. tickit agenL who had kept it for her.
She hid also known her lelations.
h) the wa). and had tali-ii
the morning tram to Truant. Mrs.
Criflith had business in I'rbana )esterdi)
and incident!) made inquiries about her
It secuis that she hid got a free blow-out
at the depot restaurant on the same old
game, except that this time her name was
Mrs. Itobmsonand her son was foreman of
the I)a)ton work house. Mm: had gone to
Cleveland from I'rbana. Itniuirx at
Ilunster's proved the pictures a mull, and
the conclusion is inevitable tint the pious
old lady Is traveling solely on her nerve
and v ent rabie apiearanee.
A QUEER SUIT.
Tituiitliv Itmlgers Seeks In Keiuier tin
ltlglits to an Intention from Alexnu
An interesting suit was filed iu the com
mon pleas court )esterday afternoon b)
Tiiuoth) KiMlgers against Alexander Ilren-
nau. Itodgers brought the suit bv his at
torne). George Arthur, asking that
llrennan be restrained b) the court from
converting to his use a certain valuible in
vention and the patent right thereof.
Kodgers claims in his petition that he in
vented a valuable lawn mower, hut that
llrennan b) fraudulent means caused him
to lieheve that the Invention was
of no good and. getting him intoxkattsl.
persuaded him to transferthe invention and
patent rights to him (Hreninn). Itodgers
now seeks to recov er his rights to the in
vention. Judge White granted the usual restrain
ing order, l'nngle A Johnson represent
1 iirrectloli. '
In )esterda)'s isue of the Hi im m ir an
trror crept into Mr. J. 1 1. Mulliollaiid's
lew elry article. It should have read the
watch repairing is conducted b) Mr. J.
Miilholland -instead of Mr. Walton.
X l-lne Plclnre
Given aw a) to eacli customer onhring
frames, or bu)ing goods to the amount of
onedollar or more, at Williams's art store, 70
east Maui street.
It will pay an) lad) who wants tine
milliner) at a ver) low price to attend the
secial sale at :IS south Limestone strei t.
Springfield, O . J. V. B. Uojle t C.'s.
Mark IL the early binl catches the worm,
and the early ones at the Kdwardsville sile
get the U-st lots. April i.
4 uri s in re ir(m i -iiKiiiiMn j.i-
ft wS..a ..ft -.- -. h hvliilili.M
The wife of Justice FielclfyTcmTlh'.i
Utile storvjiJjout-rirrtrTirTl Stanton, t) 3
"VUsart.irv In the tirstihnsof tlio
uicsnouii " - ..: . hit- ot-ij. . .
esitrnarv was one oi me truest
Indies at the table, one bv one, lsgaa to
ask favor uf thebtadof the then most
powerful deiMrliuent of the government
Alt "stiuitcm listened, but made no rcpl)
and encouraged one Fltiallv he tiirneil
to the hostess and wild "Mrs Field have
you nothing to nsk for ' s,le iu.u 1K,t
kpoken mid had not thought of an)thing
she dcslresl at his liands Hut she an
sweresl When I luivea favor lousk it
will lie fora brave and ileirving olllcer '
The next murium; mi onlerlv eallcsl 1!
Justice Fields house- w it Is tins mess (ce
froin the M-cretar) -Will Mrs F'nld
kiudl) name the oflicer to whom she re
fcrrecl last eveuins' ' After -earthing her
nie-Uiur) -he thought of n veiling Heiiten
ant buried at a isist where neither glorv
nordiiigcr was within reach 'Iheordirlv
went Kick wilh the note of thanks and
the Joung man s mime That lieuten lilt
came out of the warn iiiijur general.
"(Vasliiugtoii Cor New York Tribune
A Time sner ICei iiiiimemleil.
TheiiMs one lime saver that I hesitate
to speak of without nn upportunit) of con
sulting the editor the proof reader tind
the printer oiild it or would it not Ik
safe to recommend to writers in general .
to emplov tsrtiiin short wa)s ol writing
familiar mid voiistntitl) rceiirniig words i
and svILibles ProKibl) nil hterar) ,
worker- do sooner or Liter, adopt some
such, at least in manuscript to lie read
onlv bv themselves But for theprinter
also, are not w d and cd and slid ns good
as the full forms' I- not A- lis plain ns
full anil' Mav we not safel) shorten ing
to g. as in conic thinkg, vvalkg, etc
Nor need tliN s he written m full form
either, but inerelv bv bnnging the h'ii
round with a quick upwnnl loop and
down stroke making a, grateful I'ttle tad
pole of a letter Atlantic Monthly. j
The Treasurer' ltulilier stamp. j
A Boston the ntre treasurer told me of
rrn exriericnce he had with a man who en '
tered his otlke one da) nud picked up his
rublier stump That is a ver) prettv i
thin,'' -aid the visitor How does it
work And he liegan stamping its mi
pre-s oh u large shee t of foolscap The
treasurer turned his Kick on the man
and, as the treasurer learned afterward,
the shett of foolstiip hft tin loom Tint
uighl the house was flooded with i.isss
for two or thrts- jssiple each, with the
tre isiirer s oflici il stamp beneath the m
Phil ide lphii Pixss
Hot IV liter In 1 osll.il Car.
You will never Unci iistove in nn Kng
lish railwa) carnage 1 heir idea is that
it is unite -ullitient to keep the tee t warm
mid not to exhaust the luiius or stuis'fv
the brain Ml pi-senge is are, therefore
provided with ejliuders of hot water, re
newed us occasion requires onwhicli to
place their feet, thev are therefore, -ife
from stove accident- Cor Xew Vork
Ijuliea lout lie Itail Looking,
Don't drive tlie Ihijs awa)
H) vou swarth) or freckled skin
The blemish ueesl List hut a da)
When beaut) 's homage) oil ma) win.
H) Using ( hamplin's Liiiud Pearl
1 he i hatige is made vv ith ev er) girl.
Itims of luterenl from Siriii(llrlirs l.lve
Ij suloirl, VlnrrinKe.
lU'V. Win A. Mine), of I)a)ton, wis
calling uiKin friends hi re this wet k.
Obadiali Kdge and wife returned oi.
Thursda) from an extended visit iu 1 nton
Itev. . It Neal ami fainilv. of I'lh-s '
tine. (lino, arrived here on Wnlnesdav to
Kev. C J Ilurkert returned on Wednes
ila from his trip in Jsouthern Ohio He
missed a wedding on Tuesila) evening, b)
liemg absent, ami whit was his loss was
Dr. i:uiian's gain
We notice I.agoudi has a candidate for
probate judge upon the prohibiton ticket
.Mr.W II lierger.
He has nude ns a good i
trustee, and would lill the other oflue as
acceptabl) if leeted.
The street railroad compiii) expect to
put on the third tar on the I.igonda line
Sunda) next, and will then start a car
ever) (went) minutes, instead of thirtv, as
heietofore. 'I he) are luing a l-evv switch,
.it the CathoIU temiter).
The Hed Men advertise to sell their lot
and Iiuilding.it auction on Weilnesda),
April J7t!i. The buildmgls of hntk, 40xW)
feet, with three good stole riKims JOxJO,
and hall over the entire second Hour. The
terms are re.tsonible. and the location a
Warder, llu-lmell ,v C.lessner are now
h)iiig the foundation for their new knife
and bir works. 'Hie building will Iw ::o0
feet long and oil wide--i (Kirtion three
stories lught Mr. John liormin has the
contract for the brick work, and Mr. John
M. He rger that for furnishing the sand.
J. M Merger wishes the pirents of I,a
gondi to keep their children .v. from his
sun! b ink, as it is evceeilitigl dangerous. I
I he bmks are high, and often cave without
warning, enough to bur) a ilcvi'ii children.
There h.iv e been sev eral narrow escapes.
Children will persist iu pia)ing around the
tank, to their great danger.
.Man led, on Tuesda) evening, April l'J,
lss7, at the parsonage, and b) Kev. Wm.
Human, of Center street church. Mr. Jno
O'Donuell and Miss Ollie Hawk. The
groom is a)oung man who has been for
some time boarding in I.agonda. and work
ing iu the shops, and the bride is the eldest
(laughter of bamuel Hawk, and was raised
In I.agonda. For the past few vears the)
have lived near Ta)ior's Mill.
( linrllr'-. Cull.
Tne Industrial schools are in nrssl of a
stippl) of ipiilt patches live calno and
four white siiiares, eacli two and one-half
a"' .T",','""1 ,t0 "mky1tl',eUr':e
ill ladies who cannot help us m
any other way, cut some of these patches
and send them to the court house or Tern-
iicrance hail " If it is not convenient to
send them, b) dropping a postal to either
Mrs. H. S. Hradle) or Miss Viola K Fox.
telling where to call for the patches, the)
will be sent for.
Hear sisters, do not think because vou
cannot lie present at the school
everv Siturda), tint It is of no
us to come at all: but come when jou can.
The regular teachers are freiuentl) de
tained at home. Substitutes are needisl
ever) day: There are also classes that
have no teacher. We are anxious to have
girls who have no other means of getting
instruction in sewing to come to these
schools to w ork and teachers will be pro
vided for them.
Visitors are alw a) s welcome in the indus
trial halls. Come and see what is being
done and encourage the worker, bv jnur
presence. V. IL Fox.
There will be a statist conclave of Pales
line Commander. o. 'U. Knulits Teni-
j piar. this Fndij evening at 7 30. Work in
the order of the rem pic. It) eider of the
K. C. J ml M. Cvnrv. Keconler.
That 1 1 re. I reeling
Alllic-ts nearly ever) one in the spring. Thel
svsl. 1,1 h ivimr Us ome .u ei.str.n.e.1 to the I
oraciug air oi wiuier, is weakened o) me
vvarmdajsof the changmg seascn. Xn?
readily )ields to attacks of disease. Hood's of the unileniar-.nisat Cln nuiati 0
Sarsmarilia is just the meibcine Silumu
It tones and builds up every ujr-oine1 Jas (riffltlii.-ous. Iluutand Vbigid-ts
I..U in.l nl. ,u.u oil . I V, A.T ( Koumsou.iseventhaiid larrSts
mmv. ami also exis jjjiimiHirities from hm pi-mir... u.itc ., p.,i.rti i. it,iinr
the hlooj-eirr It this M-asoti.
A French omcnl.w idle marking the Fran-
(o-derman frontier, was inveigled a few
feet over the line and jioiineed upon bv
(eruian silice. There is great excitement
over tiie incident, and it is feansl it ma)
lead lo serious consequences.
Throughout the I niteil stntr..
Colgate's Toilet Soaps are acknowledged
Hie purest and best Cashmere Bouquet
the most popular.
"I hie nine iro far nfter be Is tlreil " is a
French p.overb, so don't be discouraged
about pa) incuts, the terms areeas). Hue
at the I.agonda avenue sale, April i.
J. V. II. Hojle A' Co., . south I.imi
stoue street Springlield, Ohio, n-ceivesnew
goods three times eacli week direct from
New ork Cit).
" MOST PERFECT MADE
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sjspa :.. . .. - s -iH-WMsocsi j ssaem
rrai.- n,. .s.tc-sj.j MKweBK'&.assBSBmi .aasswiyas'. c .r.vr.1
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STEW SHAPES l3STID COLORS!
llriiiiilniin; in (lie ir)ngUr1il, Ohio, I'u.t
(tnlir, tirll IU IHK7.
opinion, vim. I uii.t A
linker. Mis, llulil.1
lUumail. St. r
li hoie. Vlrs I irry
1 ii ss n I
le.unllig. Mis, M,
I aurence.Missr rim es
Hums, u rs -
I uh. Juroli
I ne In o u sr
M liilu. i harlrs II
Vlurn eo l
Miller. Mrs John M.
VI (lilies Mis, yiluK.
M.irtls sirnuel .
Nnson Vlrs l.lie .
Hhrr. I os. th
I'ii-ii Miss nib
Koberts xlv mil
st tntou. Ilou ml,
skinner 1 nirlne ( o,
siieiliker. vllss M iry
niler. I ell i,
Iherllmii Mrs VI iry A
Th im i.. .Mrs VI ir (
I iMik. W K
Carter, Mrs HI i
Ctnrk. Vlrs lima
Daws Mis liuje.
Iiavis Mrs V It
'f . ", Mlntie.
-Itkr. Vllssl liri.
Ci ites J imes.
Hardy VI r
II tmnion Mlsworth
Hurt .V Tanner,
llulibird, John s
1 lanne. I Vyton
.iciiinson, miss Loulsi. laylor. Perry x.
Inlinson KM Telster. denrge.
klllie, Peter. Talrasge. William
Mug. Mis, Mag. Thrasher. Minnie.
Klger. limes. I nger ( harlev.
Knight. Vlrs hilt, Uatkins Vlrs K Utie
Knott sunl I Wlj.-ins, Julia
Laiulgrar, Sigmiiinl. Potter. lav id .
Vntnerp l in. I'ettifonl F
( hrlsthlel. M inln st, ( , rr
i.rej. Mittie. W.ilden Id Mary,
(intz Mell i
Persons cilllng for tliese Utters will plea,e
siy"ailHrtlseil, ' ind give d iteol list If nt
tailed for in one month thes wtll lie sent to the
Letters must he dirtited to strert and num
ber in order to have them promtlv and lur
lis fiors.iiv.SK. P M
"Mother, the birds are singing the sun
Is bright the ladies are all out ill hp.mg
dresses and I can't weir mine for fear of
neuralgia' "Pshaw, child, go out ind Im
happv. Onl) don t forget to bit) a bottle
of Salvation Oil "
Among the passengers on the Citv of Sid
ne) arriving in s,an Francisco 'Ihursili),
were Pniice- Frislenck LeoiKild, of Prussia,
a nephew of Kmperor William. of Germaiiv,
and Prince Louis 1 sterha7).of Austni,and
their suites, who are making a tour of the
I)r) si rmons are had enougli, but for the
ministtr to pre ac Ii II em througli his nose is
inexcusable. I)r Hulls Cough h)rtip will
save uotli minister and sermon if taken in
J.V.H.Ho)leAC , south Ume-
,. ,.rw, .snringheld. Ohio, rts elves new
kcmhIs three tunes each
Vew York Cll).
week diiect from
K stands for enough Man wants but
ver) little here below, buthuwantsaIot.it
Secret ir) Hivard recommends the ikt
manent apixuiitiuent of the diplomatic
coriH. He wants a regular svstem of civil
promotions, with the guarantee of em
pIo)iiient for life or during good behitvoir,
at an increase of pi) over the present rates
and with a liberal allowance for expeiiM.
lri tl Winkliess .mil I,nnc Troubles.
V. Pi.tNft &n:t ti, mv ui:k. i
March JOtli. lssi.
Having been troubled witli pal lis in bvck
and chest (hiring the list winter, I was com
pelled to re mini at home unable to attend
to business, until I was advised h) a friend
to tr) one of An cock's Pokcii s Pi i
ti ii-. After amihing one to in) chest and
one to in) back, in thrte hours I found re
lief, which I hul not got m over time
tiuiHthx I cliecrfull) recommend them to
persons liavmg splnil weakness .rid lung
tnmbles mxr J (i vi i v.in i:.
WANTED SKILLED LABOR,
Me imie employment rracivrnr i.-
"""Cl" V."'- """!' h '"'." '"'' '"''"l-'g
-isiiu i.Hiinie ii mi.k- jin,ijrk unl l-il
iges iiicmiipetenr men Hamilton! o. Plan
I Wm M lyer Third aim Unseats
iv ni II cieviari s -oils, , au:ii tuu i linn ti,
Vinlrews fetxrk a Sutherland Laurelandi en
V .Morrison i ( o s.1 ( oiirt -t
Maxwell dlnter A to . II irri-on Ave
Caleb Lingo.tumminsvllle ()
Lockl ind Lumber t o . Locklmd O
Contractor and Builder.
Store and office furniture made toorder, also
doors, veraudas. m imtles. inside blinds, hand
rail, stairs and screens. Mtimatcs and sueel
I 5,'' SMU.gne?dPo'CatlOU' nor"1
Parts of the Body enlarged, DeveloDed n t
(MrtH(itLni "siai. hermiiksurjl( rrrXtmDt
full issvrticuUn, tMiiioouitvlsi vie, tallxl tJtMl, tr
Ammonia. Lime. Alum or Phosuhates.
S CREAM BAKIN3 POWDER '
iTs. - n tyrrv e&tC0r. ssnsiiV -rXWL isTM v
T is vcrj annoying when in the
JLfecl for it The Ivom Sow floats, and is without exception the
most luxurious soap for bathing; it lathers freely and is easily rinsed
off. leaving .t sense of cleanliness and comfort attainable by no other
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 'lory';"
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 1V bv ISxK-ter t ' an
MARSHALL & CO.,
sssfc I .Tail maassLx 1 '-f&. --s- - at -1 -T -K-SsTalKajeaiMBfMsflRssI
HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
f.'OOliS CILI.CII I'lllt AMI DFXIVi:ii:i. TKLEI'IIOVE 13S.
HUFFMAN & RICHTER,
TIE UTES1 SPRING STILES.
No. 31 East Main Street.
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.
CHARLES LUDL OW & CO.,
- Enl Irsiin St -'..
JOHN H. WILSON,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
2(1 AXU 2S EJ ST MAIN ST., .Next Mad RUer Xat. Hank),
Re - opened Saturday, March 5, 1SS7, with .special im
portations of bfct class and latest styles of goodq, increased
facilities in lloor .space, lighting, etc. I am conildent ot abil
ity to une better satisfaction even than at any time during
the ten years ot my business oxpei ience in .Springfield. In
the future, as in the past, I shall -the my personal nuper
vision to every branch of the business, and will continue to
to sell Roods by the piece or pattern, whether made upat my
house or elsewhere. Asking a continuance of jour patron
age, I am Yours respectfully,
-TOIHIIET HI. "WILSOnST.
BUY YOUR COAL
HOTCHKISS, CAREY 5 GO.
107 LINDEN AVE., CORNER MONROE ST.
TiULicmio'i-:: ivo. :e.-r.
GOAL OF ALL KIND
Wholesale and Retail, of
WHELDON & MERRILL,
Corner Mech inic and Washington St., vSpringhVld, 0.
-'Iliilione JVo. U.'st.
bath to drop the oap and have to
-M 10 W HIGH ST. -.
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