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THE GREATEST YET.
Never before sold in this city; a
full Hi. bar or white Soap tor
ONLY 5 CENTS!
TIIINli. 01 it:
"We aro sole ageatn for Spring
Held. It nill do anything any
other good Soap will do, and id
the cheapest Soap ever offered.
Try it. Use It in any manner,
and we guarantee satisfaction.
01 udU3 WsU Main SU and 40 South Mar
ket SU, Sprlnirtiel.t, O.
Collars and Cuffs
IX ALL LEAUIXO STrLK.
SUPEHIDH IN QUALITY AND FIT.
THE SHIRT MAKER,
Hatter Mrf Fwhir,
ANTEI-filrl foreeneral housework: good
wases. 311 X.Limestone St. Wtl
rAXTKD Newsboys Several cod news
tois to sell and carry the Sunday News on
riilir ront- A ho eju make from 31 to 1
In three honrs. Call a'.J-unday News office.
AXTL'U-Two etrls-Coolc and second Ctrl.
at S7i south -Market street. rsu
r.VXTEI A Urst-cUss plrl to do ceneral
nouseworK. at jw east uicq iut.
ITTAXTED A German ttrl for ceneral bouse
IT work In small family; rood a:es. Ap
ply at corner ol Jefferson and Market streets.
MR SALE Six-hone- power enittne. horl
lotital. and steam pump. Inquire at :.
West Fair street. John .M. Kussell A Co. lftll
1-silH SALE Residence, ottwelre or thirteen
' rooms; coutrally located; In an excellent
neiehborhood; within Are minutes' walk ot
Kelly's Arcade. Address. "House for ae."
Lock box City. WW
MONEY TO LOAN.
-l OX EV TO LOAX-In sums of to UU"'
Ji foronetollve years, on first morteaf;eor
approved commercial raier. Thro. A. ttlck.
a East Hljjh st, VWw-l.r
MOXEY T LOAX-In sums of $) M J7.rt.
on three to fiveyears' time, on flntnort
caKe or approved commercial paper. Georte
Tl.Coles.ToomXo. I. Laconda bank tmlldtni:.
Contractor and Builder.
Store and offlee furniture made toorder: also
doors, s erandas. maratles.lnslde blinds, hand
rail, stairs and screens. Estimates and sped
Gcatlons furnished on application. SI north
Center street. Springfield. O
Terms or the Hnlert Sale.
HiiIktI' addition sale of lots mi the fol
low IliC terms: Ten dollars on day of -wile.
the balance of one-fourth within ten days:
the lalance in five eo,uaI iayinent one,
two, three, four and live years. Hack pay
ment), to bear " jer cent tnteret and to lie
ecured by iiiottKaee on iireud-e. lnteret
A Caki. To all who are sulferinjc from
errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc, I will send a recipe that will cure you,
free of eharRe. This great remedy was dis
covered by a missionary in South America.
Send self-addressed envelope to Kev. Joseph
T. Inman. Station D. New York city.
Martyn's Commercial College,
313 Sixth 9treet, Washington, D. C, pro
vides practically useful business education.
Xo terms nor vacations. Students enter at
anytime. Terms: Life scholarship, S40;
12 weeks' course, board, Ac, 375. Send
Kits -All fits stopied free by lr. Kline's
fireat Nerve l'.e-torer. Xo fits after first
day's use. Man elous cures. Treatise and I
.?.. -4l ll m . .. MUM SATk.l fill
Dr. Kline, 931 Arch street, l'htladelpliiA,
VTneu Bbj was sick, we gar bw Castorla,
Wuen she was a Child, sho cnd for Caatoria,
WLea Ui Ucai Ui. b claaf to Castoris.
WUu li bsd CUUiu, sks ( Uia CutorU,
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LADIES' KID TOE SLIPPERS,
FIFTY CENTS BUYS A MACKINAW
Kiry aid t house clfttiluc ii & bIMnic
Whatever brtp t lessen labor ami make
the work rosier. shouM hv secure!.
CUBPET CLEANING COMPOUND.
This Is a very superior article It removes
grease spots, stains, loot marks ami dirt. It
hrlnhtens up the colors ami Ktv es a fresh, new
look. It Is e.nlli applied with a spouite hi '1
.toes the wntl. raplilly. without Ink 1 lie, up ttir
carpet. It Ih che&ti "c per c.illoii or half
tnlton bottles. Sic. IT Casper lias matte a
specialty of this tor jears.
saimii.iii apollx will clean painted wood
work In halt the time of onllusry snap.
Neither does It make the paint yellow ; also,
is a superior article tor cleauini! windows
Only 10c a cake or X for 2T. at Casper's.
ToukIi Spontes. Iqua Ammonia, rurnlture
Polish. Urate Varnish, Chamois .skins and all
other aids tor twiise cleanlui:, tor sale at
GASPER'S Drug Store,
rishr'sillock. Malnlrt.31 Door West
Mr. A. M. Crosby and wife led last nnrlit
The Misses ItlarL. of Z:inesille. are at
Dr. .lay Y. Morrison went to C'dnmbiss
Mrs. Maine? w rkerleft fortlnrtoii Ka-.,
Mr. (itsirve Nuttier 1ms lelnriirsl from n
Mr K7ra lliiiiin. of Datou. is in tliecltj
tiKlss 011 busiiss.
Detective Knout, of Miaiuislmri:. was in
town tills ninruiiik.'.
Marshal John Way. of South 'liailiston,
is in the rity tixiay.
Mrs. Mary Van Sickle, of this city, lias
departed for Hastings, Neh.
Mrs. Smallwixxl left yesterdav by the
llee Line for llalstead, Kansas.
Mr. H. F. Th;irston left last et etiltiK lty
the llee Line for New York city.
Mr. David Mcllride, of Portland, Ore
gon, is the cuest of Mr. James Carson.
Mr. J. S. Miles now passes the most of
his time in Mechanicsbnnr at his factory.
Messrs. Clarence Huffman and Chailes
IdiliiiRS, of Dayton, are in the city today.
Mr. E. S. Hedges and family leave siioii
for Toledo, U make that city their future
Colonel J. S. Ilogle is en route to Hie
Springs, Texas, on business. He started
Young ladies' literary and musical enter
tainment at the First Haptist church this
evening at S::?o.
Mr. Cam. Dean, deputy treasurer of
fireenw county, was In the cltj last night,
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. llaiber.
Ivd. Heiserniaii, after a two wis-ks' illness
at his home, has so far recovered as to be
able to resume his duties at Springfield. -rrtxiiiii
Mr. Thomas Collett, suceessor of liev.
Ilenrj Tuckley in the SL Paul M. F
church, will occupy the p;.lpit Sunday .
May sth, both morning and evening.
A ear In-aring twenty-file 1'. S. soldiers,
under eoinmand of a eoriioraL pasxsl
through lasteieiiing, en route from New
York to JetTersoii Ilarraiks. St. Louis.
The funeral seniei-s of the late Miss
Sarah A. Mills will be held from the family
residence, on Jlanison street, tomorrow
(Saturda I altenm at !:'& oVIoek. I lev.
John T. ISose will conduct the senii-es.
The entertainment at Snow Hill last
night was not well attended, on account of
the inclemency of the weather, and It has,
therefore, been divided to re'at it tomor
row (Saturday ) ei eiung. All are invit.il.
James Winbusli was station-housed fur
drunkenness last night. About 'J:::o in the
evening he caught a little weiner-wurst
lender at the corner of Main and Market
streets and jelled "iolice" several times.
Theiirticers resHindl and finding Winbusli
drank hleil him np.
Mr. W. 1L Snles and wife leave this
evening for New Orleans, where Mr. Sniies
goes as a delegate from Columbus to the
Passenger Conductors' National Com ention.
which meets in that city nest week. Mr.
Snipes is a brother-in-law of Mr. II. I
Kocklield, of the Arcade.
Messrs, Jacob Ceiser. of the Ki:i't r.i.ir;
S. P. Hehrends and IL P. Poling, of the
-Vcir K111, and Pheliv Seward, of the
liorilli, S)iriiigtield, were in attendance, as
pall-liearrrs at the interment of Kdward C.
Jones, a brother niiiiimsitor, hist Tllllsday
afternoon. After the services they made
the Sfiitlm I a friendly call, but found their
old friend. Mr. J. II. Sypherd. absent at
thei. A. It. encampment at Springfield.
Ceitleinen, we will lie pleased to see you
often. -South Charleston Srntlnrl.
Gr.S -A.T IiASa!
For some time past several of our nion
led men hale lieen tpiletly investigating
the subject of gas, both for illumiuating
and heating purposes. This imestigation
has been conducted with the greatest care"
and secrecy, and now, as a result of pluck
and enterprise, 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 most decidedly paying quan
tities. The pros,ect is certainly an encouraging
one lor the proprietors and as far as the
Iiaiingoiialitiesof the iuiestinent are con
cerned; hundreds of our citiensivill unan
imously agree with us that fiom an outside
point of view it must be a perfect Umauza.
Their plant is located near lluck CreeV,
and is at present about a square this side of
tlie Market street bridge, on the west side
of the street.
Now, w hile w e personally have not been
successful in striking gas, yet we certainly
hai e struck the lead In 85 Trouserings and
in our nobby line of Scotch suitings for
Si'-J.fiO. Call ami convince yourself at
.1. w. iiur.iMi.-s.
:!'.' tu-l Mitlli "llfrt.
PARSONS'S, 26 South
r:iri;:tiit l .'!, line riiltliig the llesllnies ol
Mi. ,oru ItHiK ke 11U1I Hi.. l:ile
As announced in the lU'i't 111 n of Tlmrs
day eienliip. a brilliant wtslding oceurrisl
In high (ierman circles last night, which
united for weal or fur woe the destinies of
two ipular and highly n-siected young
leoplf of thiscity. The high contracting p.11-
ties wen- Mr. John fieoige llaiickeand Mis
Katie Krapp, theehatiiilng oimgis.t daiigh
tei of Mr. iieorgf Krapp. The weildiiigtmik
phiaisi atthe lesidence ot the bride's paients
4 south Plum strts-Lwhichwastasiily di-cor-atisl
for the invasion. None but relatives and
a few very intimate fi Sends of the bride
and gloom were present.
A leiutitul ami impressive mar
riage cereuioni was informed by
Kev. C. W. Kniith. pastor of
St. John's Cernian Lutheran church. Mr.
Kluier 5rm and Miss Anna Troiitinan
stood mi with the biideund groom. The
briili ami bridesiuaiit were each handsomely
andexiiisitely attiretl, while the gloom and
his best man wote the conventional black.
After congratulations wereextended and re-
ceiietl, the entire party repamil to the
dining-room, where a substantial and tooth
some repast had teeii pit-pared by the
bride's mother, to which all did full Justice.
The guests did not depart until the wee
Mr. and Mrs. Hancke will not take any
liiidal tour, but will at once go to hoiise-kis-piug.
in a C07.V house, two doois suuth
of the bride's iiarents tin Plum stns-t. where
tliey will in a few days be happy to receive
tlieir many ftiends. The liiri 1:1 1 force,
from the office to the devil, has ii-a-oii to
feel kindly towards Mr. Hancke for faiors
in tlie shajie of a lot of choice cigars, which
were highly enjoy eil. May Ids days 1m
long and pros's-rous, shansl ispially by his
The following Is a list of the presents
ris-e iied. the donors nil lieing pit-sent :
Klegant silk plush toilet set to the bride
fiom the griNiin; liandsoiiieiisl plush parlor
st-t fnuii Mr. and Mis. 1 Ilaucke, grisim's
parents; fine lietl-riMim set. Mr. and Mrs.
(binge Krapp, bride's parents; two laige
oil jKiintiiigs. (itsirge Krapp, jr.: life-size
crayon of Mr. Hauckt-V mother I10111 Mr.
and Mrs, C. Y. Hancke: decorated China
seL Kev. and Mrs. C. W. Knutli: liand
painttsl water set. Misses Anna Troiitinan
and Kllnoredroie; ilttirateil China set,
Mr. and Mrs. Udiuer; tine list spread, Mrs.
Kachel and Miss Alice Zischler; decorated
fruit ttis.li, -Mr. and Mrs. John
Wiessel; China fruit dish. Mr. and
.Mrs. It. German; cut glass fruit-dish. Mrs.
11. Kollratli; same. Miss Maggie Krapp;
silver castor, Mr. Fred I'miut-Iiiian; silver
cream pitcher. Mrs. Kolb and daughter:
plush rug, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kirchvvehn:
tleeorattsl china billet set. Misses Katie and
Alice Hammer; decorattsl dinner and cake
sLind, Mrs. Peter Iilmer: silver salt and
l-piier i-islor, Mr. C F. Hancke: cut glass
teasel. Miss Cora Kirrhwclin: siller butter
knife. Master George Ilaucke: silver sugar
sKKin. Miss Mamie Hancke; half-doen cut
glasses, CHnie Uihnen salt lo. Mr. Geo.
Uvhiier: a very elegant and costly present
from Mr. ami Mrs. Martin Krapp. of North
aiiiptou. uncle and aunt of the bride.
CORNER STONE LAYING.
New Knclisti l.utliernu Clmrtli fit Kmiopo.
H. llograiiilneot Hie llxrei.es.
I jst Sunday (May 1st) the cereiiionv of
laying the corner stone of the Lvaugelical
Kngllsh Lutheran t hurch, on the corner of
Second and Wyoming stlects, Kanopoli,
Kansas, was performed. The Kev. II. I
Yarger is pastor of the congregation, ami it
will In- of interest in Springfield to know
that the Kev. (L II. Gotwald, a son of the
Kev. Dr. Gotwald of this city, and pastor of
St. John's Kngli-h Lutheran church at Sa
lina. Kansas, took part in the ceremonies
Following is a programme of the exercise-,
both at the morning and eienmg serine.
S. Confession of sins.
"1. Apostles' Creed.
fi. lilorialu Eicelsis
T. Heading of Scriptures.
Prayer .Kev. . 1. ilotwald. Sxlhia, Kan
Son of Key. Dr. tiotnald, spiIngfleld.O.
It. Sermon.Kev M F.Troell.kansasCity. Mo.
Theme. " The True Corner Stone."
H. Laying of Corner ."tone.
Introlt Xo. 1.
Confession of Sins.
Heading of "criptures.
Hev. M. K.Troiell
Hev.G. 1. (iotwald.
I'rettitrt Potatoes for l'lantlng.
Many of onr progressiie farmers now
practice sprouting their potatoes, previous
to planting. A well known grower in
I The American Garden, claims that pota
1 toes for plant iui; early, should be spread
out In single L-iyera in a light place before
the sprouts begin to grow, and at least a
month Wfore planting. Then, instead of
making loug tender sprouts as they do
I w hen stored in quantity in a dark place.
the buds will grow- short and thick and be
ready to start vigorously as soon as put in
the ground. Experiments show that
when potatoes are cut for planting the
crop does not ripen so early as from vi hole
teed, aud eie very'MUall seetl, when pie--artsl
as above, will often produce lietter
results than large ou-ts, iiecau where
there are too many stalks in a hill the In
crease of tuls-rs is produced at expense uf
size. The only advantage of large seed Is
in the greater amount of nourishment
afforded the youiig plant liefore the roots
get surlkieut hold to take care of them
selves. Zaeh Taylor's Turkey.
Gen. Taylor said one day, soon after his
inauininition as president, that he had
I never enjoyed a turhey so much as he had
I at New Orleans on his w ay- home from
I the Mexican cam-iaign. It was placed
) before him on the dinner table at the St.
Charles hotel, and it was not until he had
been retjuested tocnrie it that he asccr-
tained that it was of papier mache. When
I opened it was found t coutalu, not stuf
1 fiug, but a iiair of major general's gold
' epaulettes and a silk sash, a present from
the artillery battalion. '-That,' said the
general, "vv wasnt turkey worth having."
j Hen: Prlcy liore.
I CKOl'P, "WHOOPING COl'GH and
Hronchitis immediately lelleicd by Shiloh's
, Cure. For sale by F A. Garwood.
FliANKLl.YS (J HAVE.
NEGLECTED IT LIES IN THE BUS
IEST SECTION Or PHILADELPHIA.
The l'lillosoplier l-il.I -twat lo Itr.t In a
timvevitltt ilutl l n Ma.le linn; Vfurs
AK,N'IIellJaioln Hlol lletxirali I'ritlik
llli." The k-tre, blank walls of a very old
burying ground are frowntsl down uikiu
by thctoweringstincturesof inaliufaituiu
and business that surround and hem them
in 111 one of the busiest parts of Pinhole!
phia. Inside the burying ground walls
are trtss planted by men w ho died from
old age years ago Hinls tsiine and rear
their wide mouthed families 111 tin- n.il
oasis in the great desert of thruliliiug city
streets One old man, lient and wrinkled,
takes 1111 occasional walk our the scarcely
tllsiti uihle, grass grow u laths. :tud Insure
the only feel that tread the siU-ut my ot
In the Arch street wall, vcri n-ar tin
corner, an ponilig has Ihs-ii made The
bricks have Ihsi-ii taken away for a s-uue
of perhaps a dozen feet. Through an
iron fence which ctners this opening one
can get a clmipse of tlie peaceful grounds
within. That graveyartl was iimilc long
y.'ai-s ago, and the noisv 1 itv has giowu
I nil almut it. crowding 11 ami jo-tling It,
but never encroaching beyond its walls.
From sunup to midnight there is a con
stant hurrying of wagons and cars and
human ls-ings by this iiecrotKihs. Ytt
I that grated o-icuihg has seldom a visitor.
j though then- lies within a few feet of it
I the dust of a man vvho.e profound wis
dom and immunity moved tin-whole cinl
I izetl worltl.
I IlEAIilNO IIIS-NAXIF.
Xot thrts- liIuLks away stands a great
I Institution lieariug his name an Institu
Hon fostering all that is scientific aud that
' lives to learn the hidden things of nature's
laws; that fosters and encourages the
j genius of null and teaches industry and
I the value ot solid learning. Ijt-ss distant
j in the opiKedte dirts.tion lies a great pul
lic square, one of those ln'tieticial breath
ing spaces of the city's pent up masses,
ln-ariug his name, fly its side there runs
along, wide street Waring his name. And
all over the city there are mills and print-
ing shoH and fuctories and founderies
bearing his name, while all over the state
and the country there are towns anil
towiislii and counties alo bearing his
name. Vet there lies his bones down in
the heart of this Ug ilty, with arteries
throbbing with the work and pleasures of
men. beneath a thin stone slab, which
grows greener anil thinner year by year,
iitiscurcd by the lightest snows of winter,
the earliest grasses of summer and the
tlr-t fall of autumn leaves. A singular
end of a marvelous man!
I looked through the liars. With much
craning of my neck ami much pressing of
my face against the bars I made out this
.imple, fast fuding inscription iu the thai
lleujamin Franklin, after many years!
sK'lit abroad enlightening men, gaining,
fresh wisilom and laurels, came home to
live in quiet retirement with his son in
law, Col. liichanl liache, at the old man
sion, which stissKin a large park on
Market street, near Fourth, this city.
Sliortly after that he wrote 11 friend "I
am now iu the Iio-oni of my family and
find our four little prattlers, w ho ding
about the knees of their grauil'-apa, afford
me great pleasure. I am surrounded by
my friends and have a good (laughter and
son in-law to take care of me. I hale got
into my nkhe, 11 very good house, which I
built twenty-four years ago and out of
which 1 have K-eu kept ever since by
employment"." ni'T A snot-T Time
Franklin had a small printing press set
up oil one of the npjier floors of the house,
with which he amustsl himself many an
hour by his experiment. Hut so busy a Lfe
was not destined to be prolonged iu qtliet
ness. He had been settled but a short time
when his life light went out on Saturday.
April 17. 171HI, when he was nearly tsl
Thiee days later, now nearly a kundrtd
years aco, his remains were conveyed to
the old t riends' burying ground and placed
beside those of his wife and the thin stone
slab laid over them.
There was mourning throughout tills
and other lands. Twenty thousand tieoile
j crowded the streets around that old bury
ing ground 011 the uay ot the funeral, and
as tlie simple cortege jmssed over the few
squares between the house and the grove
bells throughout the city tolled and min
ute guns iMwnieil mournfully. Clergymen
of the tity of all denominations, the su
preme executive council of the state (of
which r raukliu had lieen president), the
state ascIllbly, judges of the supreme
court, memliers of the bar, the officials of
the city, printers and tlieir workmen, the
Philosophical society, the College of Pbv
sicians, the students mid faculty of tho
Philadelphia college and many civic or
ganizations attended the funeral. The
jiall bearers 11 ere Goiernor Thomas Mifflin,
Chief Justice McKean, Thomas Willing,
president of tlie Rink of North America,
Mayor Samuel Powell, William LUugham
and David Ritteiihouse. Following the
death and burial of Franklin came honors
and eulogiuius from ei ery where. In lon
gress Madisou offeml 11 resolution which
said: "Uenjaniiu Franklin was a citi7eu
whose native genius was not more an or
nament to human nature than his various
exertions of it have been precious to
"Friends of '.iberty" in France erected
a mausoleum. mt Franklin's iinhonored
grave rests amid the turmoil and con
fusion of a great, busy city. Philadelphia
Cor. New York World.
"Are 5-r.11 afraid of the dark'-" he asked
at they looked at each other through the
pickets of the gate.
' Navv: ' replied the other.
"Neither am I."
'That is," continued the second after a
long silence, "I ain't afraid unless ma's
behind it with a switch " Detroit l-'reo
F Stands for Foos Manufacturing Co.,
who are going to build a large factory
this spring. This shop is close to the
lots that are to be sold on .May 10th, Hu
Judge Henry Hilton I as presented Mels
s liner's "IS07" bi the New York Mctiopol
it.m -Museum of Art.
Call at :s south Limestone street.
Kent l.stat' Irnn.lers.
Kmery C. Xirkle to Lipplnrott A Keam,
one-half acre of land in like township:
GtsirgeS. Dial, administrator to Kdward
Conway, rnierty on Mound street: S'JT'.i.
W. A. Stewart to Jackson ArUigast, :!0
acres of land III Pleasant township: SI, MM.
William Way to John H. Way. lot on
west Main street: S.V.'V
lluck Cris-k Trili.- KisI Men lo J. S
Svvaidner. piiqieity in l.agoinln: S'l.oi'.u.
Chailes II. Putnam to John L. ('unliable,
one-half.ihterest in Ml acres of land in
Moorcftfld township: Si.iiihi.
Charles II. Putnam to. lohn L ('unliable,
one-half inteiest in lot on Pearl street:
Julia M. Stewart et al. to Jackson Argie
gast, iij acres of laud Iu Pleasant town
o. F. Serviss, as auditor, (o Philip
Sehnii.lt, pmierty on west High slieel.
John McKiiiney to Maiuice Connor. lot in
ISrain's addition: ."-.I'll.
John SiH'iire to John F. .Myers, one acre
of land in Pike township: SI7.V
A. J. and William llilker to Thomas C.
Ackerstm, two lots In Milker's addition:
Daniel Keed to Sarah J. I'ceil, three
fourths ot an acre of land Iu llethel town
A. J. and William llilker to Ft.sleriek
Michael, one lot in linker's addition:
IV. II. ilakt-r to W. S Thompson, twenty
seien acres of laud in Moon-held township:
William Kraus to Frank and Johanna
Kenen-ck. one lot on Clifton street: 5410.
Kandolph Coleman to William J. Irwin,
lot on Mound street: $.".
David M. Kissell to William Way. .me
lot on ivi-st Main street: s.VJV
Philip Weimer to Charles Kl.-ketts, lot in
1111s' heirs' add., S.:2.-.
David F. Harnish to David ll.irnl-li, 1
acieof land Iu Itethel tp., SI.llsi.
Sarah llaker to Fannie V. Kaler et al.,
lot on Franklin street. S7IM).
Charles Kicketts to Charles Stroud, lot in
Stroud's add.. S700.
David M. Kissell to Charles T. Muiphy
et al.. lot on West Main street. Sl.Tln.
A. J. and Win. Illlkerto Henry "siueler.
lot in linker's add., Jiuo.
Sherill of Greene county to A. It. Homer.
4 'J.VKiO acies land iu Clark and Gn-ene
t.tllle S1iiii.il Appi msriiieiil.
Auditor Sen iss returned last night from
Cincinnati, where he assisted iu making the
animal appraisement of the Little Miami
railroad property. It is as follows:
Molting stock i .Iini per mile
.Main Line .. . Ii.o.i '
."Me track . . . ."..niti "
branches . . .. ..',i0 "
Sidings jiti '
Mipplles .... am "
HiiiMiiigs . .. . lVj.Cio
Of which Clark co.'s portion Is !,:
I. W. (Juiiitiy. of Wilmington. .. late
sptrial examiner 1'. S. s'iision otlice. Is al
the St. James hotel on -business. Paiths
who wi-h incteast- of jn-ns'ious. or win. dt
sire to tile original claims, should not fail to
call ilium him. They will liuilhiiu thorough
ly posted on all things relating to iwnsions.
He will it-main iu Springfield for several
Of Inteiest to Lovers of Art.
Those iersons interested in art and its
developments, will find it to Uieir Inteiest
to attend the sale of Itahon marble work.
Saturday aftei noon aud evening, at Huff
man's salesroom. No. 24 west Main strts-L
Sales are to Iiegin at '1 o'clock and 7 o'clock
p. m. The ladies are specially invited to
A C" Want you to all lie on hand at I
W Cm I, in., as we will commence
early si as to get through liefore it is late.
You an- sun: to get a bargain.
Go to S. M. Miller to have wringers re
paired, nil West Main street.
Call at :'.s south Limestone streeL
C Stands for Cleveland, who bought a
lot just out of Wadiington. He would
have bought Ill-Hubert's addition if he had
hadgknovvii it sooner. This sale will he May
Hilli. 1 p. m.
Dr. T. F. Itliss, eye and ear surgeon, 2ti
west Main streeL Kyes fitted with glasses.
H Stands for Hubert, who has laid out
ii lots Mix-IM), and they are very
choice. Sale May Ulth, at 1 p. iu.
Kyioteou an amendment the house of
commons showed that it would finally re
fuse to consider the Timer's attack on Dil
lon a breach of privilege.
A Tender slun
Is greatly Injured by cheap adulterated toilet
soaps. Colgate's Cashmere ltouqtiet; the
purest and tiest.
Don't fail to see that new lot of hats
just received at J. V. It. Hoyie.x: Co.'.
B Stands for bargain. Yon are sure hi
get iiu if you attend the Hubert sale
on May 10th, at 1 p. m.
MOST PERFECT MADE
'repire.1 with trict regsnl to Parity, Strength
.! Ilcitlttifuln. lr Price's j the tin's- P.-k
,t ltiw.ler that toliUln I... Ammonia l.iiiie .n
v.um. llr I-rhe'uKxtrxts. anllta, Lent. ii. tl.
P?i.'f BAKING POllOfff CO . ChIccgocjllStliml
WANTKII-Oeneral agents, to wholesale
my new motor. Kare chance, good sal
ary orfixron thedollar. Address.wlthsttmp.
K .11. We.i.cr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Name this
rutemtliic A1 tertiten should adrtrfit
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
10 SI-ltCCK MTKKKT, NKW YOKK CITY ,
rorSELECT LIST of l.WUNEWSPAPERS. '
Will he. sent rKKKnn aunllcatlnn. '
PENNVROVAL WAFERS are)
HIR, successfully used monthly by over lO.iKXJ
r: .Ladies. Are.s.ie, rjeciuuiaioi r-ieajant
y si M-r box by nmi l.or at ! nigglsta. .Srafrii
'sjrf icuar S fsMttao stamp. Adaress
Tua EvaaxA Caxuv tx. Co., UcrBOtT, ik'en
Kor sale by frank. U. Coblenta and Ad
Itakhniln A; Co.
The iirrnl E.jll.h 1'merlptKa
IV.. .'..... T... ..t..... ..! .11 Ill.SSSS
eiues caiuM It clf-at)ue or In-
ilNcretion. Ontnaeka?fSt.slT tS.
bspobxI Uy mall. Vrii for ram ph let. frmj
Eurrka Clirmlral Co., Detroit, Itllcb.
Call on or a.Wn?Theo. TriuitUruekrlat.
corner Main and Market itreeU. SprlnKfleld
Parts of the Body Enlarged, Delpod u.l
full irt!calrs, t.iiuit.nlKl,.lc, m.lll Mstll, frM
klarLM. KKLK isjmiCAl. COuSUl'VALO. H.X.
llviiiMlnliiK In the sprliictlel.l, Ohio, I'o.t.
tim.e, MKy ;, 1KM7.
rthiir. V c Mear.l. P.lcliard
Alliaugh. Ilr.iuh Moss, Mrs Prank
Vlhrlglit i .ell llorseiia. Johanna
ltullunl.il W -Malonr. Miss Jennie
llranuon.T J McElroy. Kdward
lteher. Charles .Martin, Ed
brown, Mrs Hi us .Martin. Kluier
Ilusih. J K Mi-Master. Miss Vney
Itarr. Idam Mci'ulla. J
baker. iti.inl.u Maramlla.MastrrCIias
ltarnharilt A Co Mo.tie, Kobert
lloden, IVHIiim Marshall. Sarah I.
Ilookwaltre. lieu V McCormlrk. Thomas
Itentley.l l eelln. lllily
llrludle Theodore Orr. I I!
better. Steven I Overman Mary
llach, .Morrow Perkins. Abraham
Hrowu. Frank Peters, TC
Itrown. K K Phillips. EC
baugart. William Palmer. Allss Lizzie
Carr. Jack Koblnson. Miss I.ta
Corbs. (leorge Miillli. .Mrs M K
Chandler A Koo.t Stollemverck. E E
Cov..llHsVllda 11 1 Tel Co
brake. .1 II Fte.lene. Elden
Davis. Sarah stoker. Franklin
HavU. irchll Stewart. Mllllam
Ilavis, JO Stanley. George
Kuril, Mrs Emma ."mlth, Miss llehecca
Kox. .Miss Cora E short. J T
Krazler. Iioctor Slegler. Henry
riauery. John ;i Thomas. A S
ilrej. Harry Vestal. .Miss Lulu
Harris. John 11 lute, Mrs SusieSny
Hughes. II m der
Klugery. Edwin Wallace. Michael
Kink. .Mrs lieu Wilson. A II
Lewis, John -" Wilson. Harry
Lafollette. iistln Watkins. UI "
Lester. Harry Wilmuth..Ml Sallie 11
burton, Laura Long, Ml)
l-ord. Mrs .Martha Melss. Harry
Itartiolir. .Miss Klorence
Persons calling for these letters will please
say "advertised." and gle date of list If not
called forlll one month theyvvilltieseut to the
Dead Letter OIBce.
Letters must le directed to street and uum
her iii order to li.ive them promptly and cor
Jas Johssos.Sh P.M.
We take great pleasure in
submitting the finest line of
Suits ever displayed, embrac
ing the newest novelties in
Cassimeres, Stripes, Checks,
light, medium and black
Cheviots. Tweeds in several
shades of gray and brown.
These goods are trimmed in
plain farmer satin, silk and
serge linings, and come in
every lorm ol single-breasted
sacks, cut square, low roll, or
round corners ; also, in one
and four button Cutaway
Frocks. These garments are
thoroughly and handsomely
made, and any ordinary figure
can be fitted equally well as in
custom make, at much less
T EC jEI
London Clothing Co
! SOUril MMESTONK ST.
Sherin SIe ol Personal Property.
Pursuant to the command of an execution
ot sate issued fiom the court ut common pleas
of I'lark county. Ohio, and to me directed and
deltvered. t will offer for sale at public auction
at the south door of the court house ot said
comity, in the city of Springfield. Ohio. u
MomUj, .1I) llitli. A. II. IKH7.
At ten o'clock a. iu.. the following described
goods and chattels lot it
One Springfield engine complete, number
eight hundred and seventy two.
."aid goods and chattels appraised ati.i.V
Said goods aud cliattels to be sold hy' order
of the common pleas of Clark county, Ohio, In
case No. S.-4I. wherein Sprlngtlcld Euglne and
Iresherlo. Isplalntltt and J Uee.et al. are
Terms of sale- Cash.
WILLIAM B. BAKEK.
Sheriff of Clark County, Ohio.
OsctaT Mihti.x. Attorney. luTas
DOVE of PEACE
A copy of tnia beautiful Caro.
'with an eleirant packace of Una
Chromatic Card, will teacat to
any one locloains' ua an outaida
rrappp from a dox of tha t L
MCLAMtSCIlIIIATEl imt ful!,
J L kilt Mt iuM 1)4 A ttt.JLltHk
LntkxsvaSaBtamp wits Jill! uot wr(r. Aa-irrw,
FLEMING BROS.. Plttsbursh.PS.
tyvEtttitiiitr nttiKKiiixt. isifwtk.xiiux.
iulttBf ALL ItMtVitUTX. rMli UttAt.
rM". A lt-t1H1nf vnnti.fitl
ture Decny. Nrvu lb.li
tried Iii til, erery knnwu remeily. ha flr.Mrerr.! a
aixuplt- MlUnirv. wrji.h ha 111 ttid I HKK to Ut
C 4. UAUN.Ht O&c .Box 31:8. Xew York Citft
Ih M i
MRS BROWN AND
Said Mr. Brown to Mrs fjrren.
What makes tour garments look so clean
No speck or dirt on Ihem is seen
To mar your linen's glossy sheen;
Your woolen dress that was so soiled,
I thought that it was surely spoiled.
Now looks as spick and span a though
It never had been spattered so!
This fine old lace is linn and white;
Your silk hose keep their colors bright;
Your si taw I, y our gloves, are spotless, too
That old print jjovvn teems ically new !
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represenled to be "just as good as the ' Ivory-' ;
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and rcmaisable qualities of
the genuine. Ask for " Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
(opjriglu i;, by Plotter A 1 aml.le
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HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
HOODS CAI.I.KII KOK AMI DRI.irRKF.Il. TEt.EI'HOVE 13s.
HUFFMAN & RICHTER,
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES.
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.
CHARLESLUDLOW & CO.,
ZiZ "East r:iin Str't.
JOHN H. WILSON,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Hi AM) 3S E.IST MAIN ST., (N'eit Sad Hirer Nut. Rank),
Ke-opened Saturday, March 5, 1SS7, with special im
portations of best clasp and latent stylt's ol" tenuis, increased
facilities in floor space, lighting, etc. 1 am confident ot abil
ity to give better satisfaction even than at any time diirint;
the ten years ot my business expei ience in .Springfield. In
the future, as in the past, I shall uive my personal miper
yision to every branch of the business, and will continue to
to sell eoods by the niece or imttern, whether made up at my
hou.se or elsewhere. Asking a continuance of your patron
age, I am . Vours respectfully,
cronisr ihl wiLsoisr.
WIIOI.K.S.VLK AM K
.T-A-CICt-iOlV A. SPECLVLTV.
BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTHRACITE & BLOSSBURG.
Agents for Hard Coal Co. and Franklin Coal Co., of Jck8on, 0.
Office and Yards : Corner Washington and Mechanic Streets,
In vain my laundress boils and nib
? The dollies, and labois at hertuhs;
My newest garment soon look worn,
Get streaked anil luterless and torn.
Said Mrs. (Ireen, in turn: My dear.
Poor soap has spoiled v mr t Inthea I nrar.
Compelled your laundress firm to bod.
Then spend her davs iu fruitless toil.
Mj- laundress uses Ivokv Soai.
And ill its cakes for you there's hope;
What in my clothe so pleases you,
To Ivokv Soai U wholly due.
in W.HIGH ST. ,
ETA II, DEALEIIS IX