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REPTTRTjr. WEDNESDAY EVENING MAY 1 18R7
CHEAP DiRTX" O-OOIDS!
CHEAP ZDIRIT O-OOIDS!
CHEAP JDIRfST QOOIDS !
KerjNxlj Imited to John Wren's Cheap I)rj t'oods sum- for lnrt-ains, as there are plent) of them In eer) dep-irtiuent In the More etr since we eoinnieneed busi
ness have we been so well prepared to suppli the wants of the siple with new ami oht-ip lrj lioods as we are at the pitwnt time. We haw newr liefore earned sin h .1 larse
oeV. Ker) department tilled to its utmost capacit). We mean tivxuns, and birnuis we are otferini; dail). 11) a careful examination. J on will liml the alxne al-snliitt l t-orrfct
ineverj particular. Call anil examine our goods ami prices In-fore miliuc j our l'nn liases If jou are not pleased in erj respect u ire not -peeteI to bu. (hie Hunt; )ou
maj relj on sror iwods will not be uilsrepres, uttsl e will tike pit asurt In showhu: jou our --nods win ther jou pun hase or not We have just ret eled otr "0 new I'ara
sols and Sill. 1 mhrell&s at remarkabl) low prices 5011 will saieinotit) h exaiiilnltu tin-in In-fore liu line e!eu lien- r Itlack Silks at TV. 61, 51 !'. ami si T areiertaml)
the best aluesewr shown In this citj. Our Waik all wool Oassliunes in e. .1)0,00. ov ami 7V cannot be beaten in ( H1I0 We are nlTerine Dress (.oods In 1 cihkI assott
meiit of colors at 4i -r ard 1 eitaiul) er chean We are ilso nileriui; our Kimx Wool Dress floods In dark colors at 10e, re-Ilj worth Mr per janl We will, in additior.it'aoe
on sale llin-e lots of l)r-ss (.oixls, .louhl wiilth. at 15t, l' and J"m. woilli at le-ist i'. er cent. more. We are iilferiui; a Kreit iriet of new spring Dress t..xN, t iu lie
w i.le, at Wh-, new l'laids included, (.rial inducements, in Hosier null nderw ear for ladies. K.-ntleinen, misses and ihlldrt 11 .lust look (.cuts' I ntaiimirinl Murts at '-,
not halt price, Haralus In Table I.inen We are otTernn; I nhle-wlitsl 1 men Damasks at lie a) ant. worth J".c Kxamine our Mit-etui-is 1 j mis wide at ITc a irl 1 ir
kej Kid Dunasks at 1' c "fast colors." (.reat bargains in h mbroiderlcs. I.aces, 1. idles and (.eutlemeii s Ifamlkenhlefs, Corsets, ltibbons and VotionJ We are still -.elling
l'niits at V ajard We i.annot 1 beaten In I. aie Curtains It.sl spreids tnd Sliawls
CALL IOAKLY AND ICC'ITI 10 tiHICAT livVltG A IIS"S AT
JOHN WREN'S NEW YORK STORE, 33 South Limestone Street, Springfield, Ohio.
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SI I FROM
STORE TO TABLE !
How to make Salad Dressing
As the season of salads is
now here, the following recipe
will be appreciated :
Ml 1 s.I.Al 1)111 HsINU.
Yolk of an eRK. one pinch of salt, one
tnusurd. one teaspoon of augur, one w me
Class of milk, butter the size of a walnut,
one tableioon of xinecar. let all Imll up
thrice, stir constant! j.
Trj a Nittle of our "Old Virginia" lljden
.Sala.L i'.t a Uittle. delicious and pure.
New h-alumu, IV ier can , two tes of
ahluies in oil, IV,, at either store.
Bl and 93 Ht Main St, and o South Mar.
krt tU, !prlDcBeldt U.
Collars and Cuffs
IX ALL LEAMNO STYLE-s.
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY HND FIT.
THE SHIRT MAKER,
Hatler anil FumtoliT.
3STO. S B. M'AIJST.
T WTEfi i.irl forveneral bousrvtork. kmi1
-acrs 314 Limestone it. iujii
"nTAXTED At the Arcade hotel, a nrst data
II Ironer Apply ImmwllatelT. ttfvt
lf ANTED FlnKUii bench an floor mol
II den steady emplof men: no strike Ad
drrssbt, Louis Malleable Iron Co . .M. Louis.
"rXTLI Neasbojs Scleral Kod news
M bojs to Mil and carry the fcundayNewson
regular routes A boy can make from (1 to t
In three hours Call at.-unday Xcms office
"lUAXTEU-tcood, reliable girl for general
II housework, one who can come well rec
ommended can have a co.sl place at fair wages
Mrs I'nll-- Wiseman. SHLedarstreet, nib
WAXTEI filrl-To do housework In a
small family Must be neat and a good
cook The ricnt Ctrl can secure a steady place
by applying at ome at LS . HiKli M Iton
WXTEH- House-With sU rooms, in
central part ot the city To occupy about
June 1st Address A V V . No. Ui--outh
ellow "-princs street W-i
1I7AXTEU Two girls -Cook au.l setond Birl,
at 376 south Market street tf
TEI- flrst-cKss cirt to do General
housework, at Meut lllcli street
T VTE1) Salesman can add M Our. small
II samples, one ajnt earned W (". others
nptofi.t).tnlsi; p.o Itoi liTl. New ork
WAXTEW German Ctrl for general house
work In small family. EOd -lages Ap
ply at corner of Je3erson and Market streets
IOR -IE -Mi horse iwwer enclne. brl
zontal. and steam pump Inquire at '
U est lair street John M. Kussell 4 'o lWt'
yoU tLL Kesldence.ottwelie or thirteen
J rooms, contrally l.icated. In an eicellent
neiehlHrhood within fle minutes' walk ot
Kelly's Arcade Address. "House for Sale."
Lock box tVi. City vtl
F OK SALE OirTR VliE-Forty acres of first
class land close to Birmingham. Ma., will
sell cheap or trade for good !prtmrneld. Ohio,
property, 5J) acres close to bedlla. Mo : 3
acres close to ashlmcton. C II . Ohio, si
acres close to Springfield. Ohio, !() acres close
to Springfield. Ohio All kinds of property for
sale and trade. Jobn 11. Johnson, corner
Mirket and High streets, city. Tbbs
FOR KEXT -2 good rooms, suitable for offices,
over 3 and 2 east Main street, also one
large luimoirr 21 east Main street. suitable
for a hall or light Manufacturing purposes
tall on or address Jobn 11. Wilson, Jjaud
east Main street. spriugtield.O. lft't
MONEY TO LOAN.
I0E TO LO X-In sums of ' to 410.0JO
JI for one to fire years, on first mortgai-or
approved commercial paper. Theo K Wick,
Jikssl High t l't'bs Kr
M0NEVT0 L04.X-Insumsof HO tofT.CuO.
on three to five years' time, on first mort
irage or approved commercial paper (leoree
11 Co.es. room No 1. Lagonda bank building.
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE
Tlinrsday Evening, Maj 5, '87.
i.1p ard 35r. Ileserretl ,setr, 50c,
on cale m t 'I npmiay al Pl r '.
Mill End justwbat they need-A FU LL L NE
Of INSTALMCNT GOODS.soW oul ti
U INSTALMENT TRADE. br.dJreMlnc
1sssaiji-si uuut' bieixy Co, hrie. P
IlenrrTetlow.of l'hll idelplila tlieiiLinufae
turer ot his famous coinpl. xlou powders, has
Just sent me -'I dozen ot
Enameled Puff Boxes,
Tnbfciren awav Thrr !we are lu two
colstrt. itfnk Hiiil blue and arc wry attratttvt.
ami vrTrffiatle In Luropy One Lmjx will In
gli-en totath purchaHtT.tl one box ofliiicHe-
The iiriceof tlitioilcri 2-sc aiitl the Ih)x
will be cUeu &v tv witli It tvfttimit extra
(batve lhedosHttiirrl'.iudtT Is In ilfib and
h bite f.litrs and has i laive s tie and Is me ot
the tteit I'OMslrn made
lo not delay to set a 4iepuff lwx and a 'Sc
box of ponder, all tor Jc. Apply to
CASPER'S Drug Store,
risher'sltlock, MalnStret,3il Door West
Hi vi k- -lame K Munloch, elocution
ami MiakejH-areau reading, 'IhurMla
eieiiins, Maj '.
Mr Walter Dun, of ljuuloii, is in the
lns Nora White went to Cincinnati tliU
Mrs IL F. Hajuanl accompanied her
hiisbaml to ("lev elan. I ttxla).
Mr. C (J Higlej, of Chicago, is in the
eil. having armed la-t night.
lion. James "s Uobinson, se retar of
state, was in the citj a lioit time Ula.
Mr Ihlej feuites, a brother in law of Mr.
II. U Korktield ot the Arcade, is 111 the
i it J.
Department Cominanihr 1) C. 1'iitnani
will issue hit -Miinnml Daj general order
The mail earners donned their new sum
mer hats todaj. Thej are U-auties and
w ere f uniishol lij Iljie-i.
Trofissordosepli I'allleL the French 111
entor and linguist, will Iea e S)irmglield
s'lortlj to take up his residence in em i.
s!eeiers will tigain W put on No. 11, the
e ist ImuihI C. C C a I. train. arriving here
at Klo'cliKk, alter the I'.tlnd the present
Mr. I), it Martin, general passengtr and
ticket agent of the Hee I.ine.with headejuar
Urs at Cleveland, w is inthncit) tKli. He
is a brother of (KarT. .Mirtin, e
Mr. John C. CLukeand fauiil have re
moved fnim the rooms the forinerl occu
pmlin the MiUhell hliKk to the old Con
stantme residence on south Market street.
Mr. IL F. Ha ward left this morning
for Clevelind to attend a lne ting of the
republK.ui state i-entral loiiiimttee. Iielng
the nit mlier of the isimiiiitte- from this dls
tncL Mr. John (loehrlng, of fapnugfleld, will
be married to Miss Minnie Ko ster, of this
cit j, tills evening, at the residence of the
bride's brother. Kd. Kiester. lower Ilovviuni;
street. I'iiita t nil. Tuesdav.
Mr. John Mil.onigal fonnerlv head clerk
at the Arcade, is in tow n. His friends are
glad to note that he is looking much lietter
tlan he was when he was heie a few
w reks ago.
Among the shoe men thit vv ere in Cin
cinnati tins w eek were Holieit Starkej.
of SLirkej A Ix-owden Mr. Welland, of
l'axton A. Welland, Chester Arthur Heed,
of L John A Heed.
Korsome time past sveral of our luoii
led nun have betii iiuitl investigating
the subjeit of ga l.itli for illuminating
and heating pun'ses. This investigation
has Ix-en conducted with the greatest care
and secrei . and now. as a result of phuk
and ent rpris, we have the pleasure of in
forming the public that the citizens of
Springfield have at last secured that highly
prized and much talked of article. Illumi
nating gas, in inostdexidedlv pa) ing inian
tities. 1 lie. prospect is c rtainl) an em onragine
one for the proprietors and as far .is tint
pa) ing ijiiahties of the investment are (on
1 1 rued ; hundreds of our citizens w ill uiian
itiioiisl) ai,re with Us tint from j'l out-sidei
point of view it must be a Inrfect bonanza.
Their plant Is located near Huck (Jreek.
and is at piwent about a sipiare this side of
the .Marki t street biidge, on the west side
of the strecL
Now, while we iierson.ill) have not lieen
succesfu in striking gas. vet we certaml)
have struck the lead in S 'I rovwenngs and
in our nobb) line of s otc h suitings for
8i-J.M Calf and convince )ourself at
.i. av. inir-,iJ.ii.-!.
.t-l l-nst t tin sirt.
The London lotblug ( oinanys
ten Hollar suit
t.eni ril J. Warren Keifer, Hev John T.
Hose, llr. John II Hodger. and Mr. K. I..
lhu-hwalter went to Cine limit: this mom
ing to attend a meeting of the l.o)al I.e
gion. The) will probtbl) rtturn tomor
row Dr. 1). A. Umg, president of MiinIi
eolleM'. at Yellow Springs, was in thecil)
bnla) on his way to Mechanlcsburg. where
lie will this evening deliver an address to
the graduating lass of the m hools of thit
Messrs. Will Iltmiltoii md Ceorge II,
Knight iti lighted a large crovvil .it the A l
-ide station this morning with t friemll)
"scrap" for a dime whichhndleakiil thrnugh
aholwinMr. Hamilton's piKket. (ivarT.
Mnrtin was referee.
The annual meeting of the W C. T. I
for the election of orhcers will take place
Thursday. Ma S. at M '" Jt Teniiei
anee hall. All niemlicrs urged to In- pres
ent. H) order of Mrs J. It. Wertz, presl
dent-S. K. Cavih-er, seen tar).
I here are nine male graduates of the
High school this )ear ami of this number
six are coloreiL The reason for this is th it
tiie white, bo)S, almost invanabl), leave the
public schools and enter Wittenlierg college
after getting into the advanced grades.
Mr. Joseph Deniire, who formerl) kept a
merchant tailoring establishment at the
corner of High and Limestone streets, is
now hindsomel) lo.ate.lin Chiiago, where
he is doing a prosjierous business. To.li
Mr. DenitTe's famil) left tor Chicago to
Mr. Warren Ciishman, the artist, has
completed a wnnderfullv successful photn
graph of "Hlind Dave, the fiddler," winch
is now on exhibition in the north end id
the Arcs.de. 1 1n re is material m it for a
splendid charac b r oil painting. The atti
tilde, tin-expression and the surroundings
would work tipexiellentl) on tnvas. It
Is one of Mr. Cushmaii's vtr) lest ellorts
The new catalogue of Antloch colli gc
(Isn. "s71 will show 212 matriculates for
the)eir 12 more than last. The next
c-oiumenceiiient will take place ViJd prox.
I )r. '1 lioiu-vs, of Chicago, will deliver the
addicss In-fore the three Hlerar) so. i. ties.
I. V.UuigwiIIdelivertliebac. ilaureateser
moil. The summer normal will open June
J7th ami clieve Jul) 2il, lST. President
1 ong will superintend the normal. lri
less.irs Tufts, Hendrixson. Wells, Darling,
I.teele and James have been secured for the
normal term; also Professor Ta) lor, super
intendent of our cit) srliools, W. C. Mar
sh il. A. II. Cross, of Vi, Miss Hagar, Mrs
1 ufts, Mrs. Wells. Mr. O. H. 1 hoiiias. of
Ohio, Hev. O. W. Coners and Mr. (Jeorge
lliovvn, of New Vork.
MtiKOltti enl Kntert iliinient.
Make it a jHimt to lie at lllack's op ra
lions.- tomorrow ('I hur-jlav ) evening to
hear the eminent hliaksjiearean scholar,
.lames K. Murdoch. The admission is AS,
:Ci and -SO cents, and in no other city in this
eoiintr) have the tickets been sold at these
prices. The programme is the best, and
the concert, in connection with Murdoch's
elocutionary powers, will be inagnihcenL
Altogether, it will be the best entertain
ment et ottered at either opera house this
season. Choice seats are on sale at Pierce's
Frank FullerlonV lro.ert -s.d.l i rster-
Messrs. Fole) A Ha) ward sold the house
and lot belonging to Mr. Frank Fullt rton.
on the comer of Fair and Yellow Springs
MreeL at public auction esterda) (Tues-
la) ) atternoon. It was purchaseil bj Mr.
Henr) iAtit) for St.'UW. which is reganltd
h real t-tate men as v er) cheap. The
.house is a frniiie. Mr. Fullerton, as pre-
moiisI) stated in this pajier, goes U Wash
ington C. IL, to enter into the grower)
I'olUe t ..ml.
Judge Young )esb-rda) afttrnoon lined
Charles Mine hart SS for Iieing drunk and
disoiderl). and gave Joe Ila)es SIS and
te.ts lor using profane language and abus
ing his wife William Collins, who admit
ted that he was guilt) ot hirlHiring lewd
-women, was lined S20. while Frank
"Williams. I.izie Smith and Ida Mood)
ench got SKI. and Frank Monroe and Ar
thur Kinnaeuh got MS lor loitering iliout
, lion Speiik LoiHlest.
on can test judge the iKipuhnt) of a
tinn b) their bu-siness. People's actions al
was point out to the public eje the house
that deals sipiare and honorabl). The traile
of IL F. Hranduni A Co on Monda) and
Tuevla) tells the Lile, The) sbovv us
artual sales of three piinos and three or
gans on Monda) ami two pianos and live
organs on Tueda). The'r stock Is large
and well selected.
Make Up lour MIn.t
To attend the Huliert sale and bu) a lot for
mi investment or build a home.
Fm n A II wvv vi-n.
A -liil. r-siale" Kill.- M ith llelvterli To
pekn ami s:irliigllp.l s, ,,re ..t Hie SI...I
Missrs Daviil Trlmiiur and llmr)
Cioft, jr. coiniHising a bam n presenting
the Siringtield Hllleilub. )esterda) (Tues
1 1) ) afteruiMMi shot a match with J. I.
l'uiie and l.'"l rt riiomisiiii of Torf-ki,
K uisas I lilt is, tin m it h W is l COIUIH t
tivi one, the two teims shiHitlng siiuiiltam
ouslv, but csiming nolosr togitlur thin
Topi k i and Spriugtield. After the shoot
the two dubs t-xdiaugo their scores b)
in nl. Messrs. T runnier and Croft did.soine
exielh nt shooting, lift) rounds each Crolt
made Wi out of 1 iissible Siki nd
Triiuuitr U.t., an average for tht
team of M out of loo, which Is a ver) line
av.rvge. Cioft would have made evtu a
blur score hut for the fact thtt lie kipt
coiisfviitl) sending his halls just Ik low the
bull s-e)e and could not g. t them up, some
how or another The -sore .if the Tos ki
bum will lie ieceive.1 b in ill almiit Frida).
The Springheld Shot Cm. club hId its
ngul ir weekl) shiHit jesttrda) aftirnoon
at the range. 1 he fe ituie ot the in Hi h
was the mignihi tnt work done b) John
Strung, w ho broke ev er) one of his twent)
turds without a miss. Interest was given
the match b) the loinpetitlon lietweeu
Jake llethold, and Iliiiimau, the
west end coal dealer. A week
or so ago. Mr. Ilulfman
lH-t .like Sin that he couldn't
(inha bass Jake hslusl all wis k and
never got so much as i mo-iulto bite. He
paid his liet like . i man. but he swore he
would get even with HuiTman the next time
the stmt gun club held a shoot Hetvold got
sevi n out of a possible twent) on the hrt
ro met. and Huffman six. The next tune
Helzold surprised himself ami the cluhb)
bre-ikmg ten straight birds, while llullnian
could fracture but six. "Hhzzard" got st-v
enteen out of tvvuitv. "C)cliine." who Is
"Hitssj" Wilson in disguise, broke fort)
tvvo out of a Kissible lift). Strong, ts
stated, got his nrst "u birds straight, and
fort) four out of lift;.
THE I. B. & W. R'Y-
II Will .loin Hie "llot.ntl" Cliorna nn.l
Wing Willi Oilier lloa.U Veus ole III
It was wh!sierisl imoug railroad mtu
tint the 1. 1! A . will join what is tailed
the llouolt, and. therefore, will not sell
Hi ki ts west further than the end of their
own rout. 1 In-othfr roads joined in last
month tnd the I It AW. havelieen hold
ing oir til hoies of ' busting" the scheme-.
It is uiidi rsUl tint the order
to divontinue the sale of through tickets
west bc)nnd the end ot their lines will lie
received b) Agent Ilelleruitn tinla), but
when it will take elfeet is not known.
"Jack" Mcf.init),.i iMipuHrcondui tor of
the 1 ( AW. between lure ami Sandusk),
is not in tiie servue of the mail anj longer.
He is slice ecdcsl b) Conductor Frts-d.
His man) fruiids here wish him
success in his new held of 1 ibor and re
gret losing sue li a splendid fellow .
Detective Halls i-, over from Indian
aiilis tml i), and sa)s ever)lhing is ipiit't
Tram M ister Cimimins is will satisiied
with the new No S. Kansas Cit) express,
mil sa)s it makes the time m great shajie
Fngmes Vo. 1 v, l' and I !T have been
-, hvttsl t pull the trains from Columbus
to huh iuaohs and have done some spllu
CmiiliH tor l)r-t-r is bu-k on his rim after
i ft-vv ! i' business trip to In.lian irnilis.
t licit- Hill) llelTennav is lioiisrki-eiilliK in
ami alxnit ilic leiit. He ilon't care for i-
IH-nses when it conies to ktvjnnif Mimes' m
Krllii Mill HruiiKlit In lli.is.ry I nrr.
Allie K Itamhll brouelit suit in Ksinrire
llreckt-iiridije's court toilij against Win. It.
Hiker. sln-nlT of Clark coiintj, to replevin
atolt. A liore-!irtfcUr nainett Hall, of
Columbus, hail gotten out an execution for
S-. lue linn from Mrs lUnilalt's husKitnl.
for obvious st rv it es, ami the sheriff levitsl
on Hie colt The case was heanl totlaj
but tiutre ltrcckenritlije lias not jet Riven
his tlfcision. 'Ihe most diverting feature
of the tnil was the Iam;iiai;e of a Colum
bus attornev uiim-il I- I) Heller, who
thought that iiriiicfielt jutlluarit-s mil at
tornevs knew nothing wb itevt r. anil tx
presstsl the iM'lief in linituiite wbu li vv.is
inrticularl) rub in hvixrliole. Kor In
stance, he ilenoutitel one of Iivvjcr Jlor
riss iKiiuts of law this morning ,ls "absunl
as anj lilea that evtr tlanctM over the
fevered brain of a inaniac."
Kliti-rtKliiuient at Olive Ilrimi li Hlgf?
A ii elite rtalnmeiit vv HI ln given bj the!
scholars of lletlul township high scIkhiI,
Krnla) evtniiig, Maj i.. with the following
lirograiume Jlusic "school retitatiou
"Hie Happj Warrior," Krank Aston, 11111-
sic- Orchestra, diilogue "A l'ott's l'er
plexities." ret lUtion Ijjiue Korg; music
Whistling (Quartette- tableau "Iturning of
theMainp Act;" dialogue- "The Danger
Signal," music Orchestra, tableau, music
AiluiisMiuu JO cents, reserved seats -J',
cents. Tickets for reserved seats can lie
secured at elFs dnig store. New Carlisle,
at Furgv station and at the high school.
I xt rt ists will begin at T 4 p. in.
station lltmst. Slute.
l'rank Kilgers and .lack Ilavdeu. dniiik-
enness; Cbailes lteeker. using prof me Ivi
guage, Ira It Kuads, drunk and tlisordtrl),
ami Harr ir.i), lisonlerI (-ondiitt.
A special tailor will go over the V . 1'.
V O. road measuring its t-uiplojes for the
new uniform recentlj adopted ami ordered.
He arrives at the Springfield station at 4
o'clock tills afternoon. Agent l'hlegervvill
go out and met t him.
At a christei.ing in evv York the otht r
la) the iiuuisttr felt himself called iil-m to
get otf a little liomil on the duties of
parents to their children. At last he
switched tuck to the mini track of the
cereiuoii and was alxnit to ii-vme the child.
The parents hid t hoseii ratio r an elaliorate
name, and, to facilitate mattt rs, had writ
ten out the n nut. on a card, vvIiilIi the) h-td
given to the godfather, and which he had
stuck into his vest Meket, anil,
from among the half doen
cards of ladv friends new sa
loons, ett , he hsht-d out a eanl and handed
it to the waiting clergj man 'lhe minister
lcH)kftlit it, then frowned at the unli ip)
godfather, who rt allied in some blind, liel
less wa) tint he must have nia.li-a mistake,
and then going through himself again cm-
ailed the pnieriard. The minister gave
the child its name, inii at the end ot the
cereiuonj he Iniided the card luck to him.
h it without a look or word of recognition
I lien the godfather stole aw ij and looked
it the card It it.vd "I'm something ot a
liar iiij self."
The prosMVts look bright for a severe
siiiinut r Chicigo Mm.
Jv H I fr
CiiArrrn lmnds result from two causes. Too much alkali in the
soap..wliii.li draws the natural oil from the skin, leaving it harsh,
dry, and liable to crick, or the fats, from which the soap is made,
are not properly combined with the alkali, so. from it- greasy nature
it is impossible to rinse off the soap after washing I'rof. Leeds,
I'll D , Stevens Institution of Technology, says "The Ivom
Sou, wink strongly clc-ansing, haves the skm soft and pleasant to
the touch, instead of harsh, uncomfortable, and liable to chap."
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 remark
able qualities of the genuine. Ask for " Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright peso, Py l'n t. r A l.ainMe
MARSHALL & CO.,
HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
(JOOIfS CU.IiEI r'OK AM DKI.I VKUKD. TELEl'llOM: IBs.
LONDON STOCK SALES.
stittruteiit of the Fr... tlinK. Tties.1 ij,
The Ma -t.k s.iles he'd in Uiudon. on
Ines.li), were not largtl) attt ndetl, al
though various parts of the stite were rejn
resente.1 b) bu)trs. AtKiut 4'Mlheadof cst
tle t hinged hands, the onertngs being most
ly )ouiig and light weights, prices ranging
minuter of a cent in advance of the pril
sales. Itut few hrst-cliss heav) weight
bunches were ottered. The highest range
of prices was S'J.I.'iO per held for )earling,
5", U-C.for two-vear olds, and $71.10 for
three-) ear-olds. Among the sales made
were M head of two- ear-olds b) Wilbur
I'ai cake to .1. Keinek, of lVkawa) count),
at Sf ri0, weight 1,100 (pounds, 17 head of
three-) ear-olds, b) J. 11. Slellinger, of
Clark count), to Nathan Nickleson, at
S71...0, weight l,r00 jxiunds, 'i) head of
three-)t ar-olils, b) S. !.. Hhm to N N'ick
levin, of Clark count), at So! '0, weight
I, .00 ixillllds.
A t.iril About It.xkwn III ipel.
To the E.lltor of the KepuMIc
Dtvu Sti. As the false report has been
circulated that the Hockwa) thapel has
been sold out to the Lutherans, penult me
to state for the berefit of those who kindl)
contributed towards It, that the t hapel
which was built for neighborhood puroses
is the prow?rty of, and eontroled ti) . the
Kockwav I'nion as.'iatIon, and will In
octupletlb) the lUH-kwa) I'niou Lutheran
church, just organletl. and comprising eight
tilflerent denominations, aa place of wor
ship, b) ieniiission uf the trustees of the
asstM latioii, ami the same pnv ilege is oeii
to other tlenoiiiimtions. A Ti.l si 1 1
There will lien meeting of the Springfield
Seminar) association, of w Inch all patrons
of the school are meinliers. at the chanel of
the seminar), on Krnia) evening, .Ma) tith,
at s o'clock, for the purpose of electing ai
board of directors. .
lly order of the lioanl.
John Foils, Prest. I
V llanner U fsrk. I
For the greit music house of IL F. Hran-
ilnni .1 Co, the pist week has been one of
unusual profit to this linn. Their sales
have been enormous. People that vv tut
tirst-class goods and honorable treatment vll
go to llniudom X Co. Jtesides, their stock
la large, and a lie tter selet tion than Is kept
in an) other house. IL F. Hrandoin.x Co.
are the leaders the rest follow. Go to
Drandom A. Co. if )ou want a piano or I
org m, or ) our piano or org m tuntsl or re-1
Dr T. F. Itliss, e)e ami ear surgeon, 'J
west .Main street F)es fitted with klavses. ,
tteud the HulN-rt sale and make a ten
strike in the real estate lxtoui of Springfield.
Keatof the Hubert sale of choice and tie '
sirable lots to lie otleretl next Tuesda).
Ma) 10. Fm l A II wvv vnii.
diitiiS M. Mill, r to liav e vv l mgt rs re-I
piired, K.4 West .Main streeL
It Is reported that sharpers are traveling
in some parts of the countr) soliciting
farmers to place their slnaturis to a
p'tslge not to destro) an) sting birds. '1 he
pledge is so writttu that a little dotocriug
m ikes a proniissor) note ot lL
Tprms i.r ttit- llulit-rt S lie
Hubert's addition sale of lots on the fol
lowing terms Ten dollars on da ot sale,
the btlanoe of oue-foutth within ten itiys
the bilince in fie tspial pa)inenLs one,
two. three, four and ne )ears. Hick pa)
ments to bear t jier eent. interest and to be
secured b) niortgaije on premises. Interest
. I. lliirklmrill X ( u
C II. I'roker, representing the well
known fcr intl cloak house of K. l.urk-
hirilt .V Co , CiiKiuntti, will lie it the Ar
cade hotel on Thurs.1 1), Krida) and Sxtur
tl iv, .Ma) ', i and 7. to take orders for re
pairing all kinds of fur garments, and take
orders for new seal saciUCs; also tieated
silk vv rips The lAdies of npruigneld nlll
do well to have their garments repaired
now during the summer season, when the
work cm be done more satlsfactor) and
clieai-er, and tan have their girinents
stored free of charge during the summer
seison. htimites in reganl to altering
theetful!) given. The agent will show an
elegant line ot spring and fall wraps, slllc.
betted silk and calunere jerse)s. In case
I ulies ilo not like to call at tl.e hotel, tl e
agent will tall at their residences and give
all information. Avoid the rush to have
) our sell garment altered In the fall. Call
at the An ode hotel pirlora Thur-di), Fri
ll i) and aturdi).
Firs All tits stopHil free bj Dr. Kline's
(.reat Nerve I.estorcr. No tits after first
tU)'s use. Marvelous cures. Treitise and
J trial bottle free to ht tases. Send to
Dr. Kline, 0 tl Arili street, l'hlladi Ipliia,
FINK Cigars onl), and all the news and
iieriotln-ils of the tlav. at the Anne
Paier Co.'s store, opposite lllack's ojera
Kt-nl I-slntt, Ituom
And Springheltl gets the big boom in her
great s lies of reil est ite in bulliling lots
that are tontiim ill) Iieing had. N'oneare
more isipulur than the Hubert sale that is
billed for next Tuesda), Ma) 10. llii) a
a lot ami niiii.t a house for )ouelf.
MOST PERFECT MADE
rrparrd with ctrlft recaM to Purity, Mrmtth
tntl Ilralthfulnr-ht Ir l'nre i th only W.A
ii; I'tvwiltr that fouUln io Aiunuinio, 1 inif (t
u m lr l'nre t Lxtrt. aoilla U on n, rtc
Ja r dihe uuMj
PRICE BAKWQ POWDER CO Chicago anj St touls
Contractor and Builder.
Store ind office furniture matte to oritur, alio
ilo-irs. vennaas mamtlrs Insltle blinds, band
rail. Utrs and screens. Kstimalrs and tprci
I flcatlous furnished on apvlicatlon. J3 north
Center tret-1. SprlnKtleld. o
Tke Grrat rclUk I'rrwrltllra
Currs II fatntr-K hifrnnatcrrhea, ,
niiMiou; ii-Kjicnryanuail vs
east-d cauikd hr iwlf abiisa cr In.
dlstYtInii. Oni. nti-LAH 11. sir
nrORcl Br mail X nt for Pamphlet. fArm
Eureka Chemical Co., Detroit. KUell.
Call on oraditreasTneo. Truupe.drUKKlst
, corner Main and Market itreeti. sorlneOeli
CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR BAKING POWDER
is made of very pure materials, and is entirely free from Alum,
Ammonia, Terra Alba, or any adulteration whatever, and I
recommend it as a healthful, effective and perfectly reliable
ELIAS H. BARTLEY, B. S M. D
Chemist to the Department- of Health, City of Brooklyn.
Brooklyn, N Y., Aug. 4, 1884.
CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR BASING POWDER
I find to be composed of good, pure, wholesome materials
properly combined for producing the maximum of gas, and it is
in every respect a healthful and desirable article.
FRANK L. BARTLETT,
Portland, Me., Aug. 11, 1884. Maine State Assayer.
This certifies that I have examined samples of
CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR BAKING POWDER,
purchased by myself of grocers in Burlington, and that I find
it is composed of pure and healthful materials, properly com
pounded. A. H. SABIN,
Burlington, Vt, Aug. 19, 1884. Vermont State Chomiat.
l "WITH I,
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 LUDLOW & CO.,
fr East IVInin Sli-'-t.
JOHN H. WILSON,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
2 VM 2H EiST MU .ST., (Next Jlad KlierXat. Hank),
p R-opened Saturday, March 5, KS7, with sperial ini
portatioiiM of bet class and latest 8t lrs or goods increased
farilitieH in floor npace, Iishtint;, etc. I am cottfldent ot abil
ity to gie better sit isf.tttiou eten than at any time during
the ten years ot my litisittess expei ience in .Springfield. In
the future, hh in the past, I Hliall cie my personal nitper
visiou to erery branch of the business, and will continue to
to sell goods by the piece or pattern, whether made up at my
house or elsewhere. Ahkint: a continuance or jour patron
age, I am Vours respectfully,
JOHN HI. -WILSOHST.
.JAC1CSON -A. SPKCIAI.TY.
BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTHRACITE & BLOSSBURG.
Agents for llurd Coal Co. and Franklin Coal Co., of Jackson, 0.
Office and Yards : Corner Washington and Mechanic Streets,
Springfield, Ohio. Telephone 254.
DOIST'T BUTT TTOXJR.
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 West Main St, Ist door west of Wigwam.
J. B. FELLOWES & SON,
SPLENDID STOCK OF
1TEW SPRING GOODS
Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Latest Fashion Plates on Exhibition.
14 EAST MAIN ST.
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