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RErrrp.Tjr. saturpav evening may 7 ikkt.
THE GREATEST YET.
Never before sold in this city: a
full lit. bar oi'itliitu Soup for
ONLY 5 CENTS!
xunrsiv or it:
We arefole mjents lor Sprhm
flelil. It Mill do any t hi in; any
other good Soap trill do, and is
Hie cheapest Soap ever olleretl.
Try it. ('so it in any manner,
and we guarantee sat ist art ion.
91 and US Writ MnlnSt. mi. I 40 nlli lr.
krt St., Siprilicllrl,!,
COL.LAUS AJS 1) ' I ' fc' I"s-
IX ALU LL'AMMi STY Lf -m'':ki-i:
in i i,it xm i n.
ThvMiirt .laKtr, llnttcr nnl liirnUli. T.
a KAST -M UN -TKKKT.
IXTEH ilrl Innreiieral lnui-iirk. inxnl
aKC". 314 N.LimroliiUr r. Wi
WXN'TKH NVIhij-s S-rra! K'miiI m-
boys to sell and c.irry tin' Sunday News na
rejiUr routs. A lHtyc:iu inak from i to ti
ia three hours. Call at Minday New office.
WANTED Two uirli-"ook and second Kirl.
tS7f. south .Market street. itf
ANTED A drst-cliss uirl to do ceueral
bousenork. at X2eitt Hlch street.
WANTKD-A German Kirl for ceneral house
work in small family; cood naees. Ap
ply at corner ot JeSersoaand Market streets.
FOU SALE Six horse power enirme. hori
zontal, and steam pump Inquire at Jtw
West fair street John M. Kiuell A . Itttt
1WK SLEUesidence. of twehe or thirteen
rooms, contnilly K-.ted. in an excellent
nemhtwrhood. within nve minutes- walk ol
Kelly's Arcade Address, "House for ale."
Lockbox 1st, i ity. tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOW liisums..! -.ntoslo.no'
foronetofie vears. on irst .ii'trtt,.iK',r
apliroedcomnierctai i.iper i eo uick.
a East HlKhst " 11s 1"r
MONEY TO L(-N-I' sumsoi -- to-'ioi
on three to lie years t mi on tirst imrt
Ka;e or approved rommer'lai paper ieurve
11. Coles. room No. 1 Lai;ouda bank Mitldlui;
AprTsittmreovementorrrtlH' ld Ftjle. Prereii4
pltl-i'liur from lwswl4 tli ui 'jl lw1 quaiilT
7mj1sus-L Orr'u0j ttui. i -, br Hal I
atltrr lltf 0fia.F tv ' .'to-ajs-nt t.auy
JJmt.ihitarrjl.i .111 r A ' $1 IU Mi.ilr.uijr
l.jIUtDttAl.ri61wlO!!.llw . 1 .U-.it d.
PENNYIIOYAL .VAFK11S are
F! 7j.Ladies.Are.su fr Fffectualaiui IHeasarU
"sitarf icnar i rsislie stamis. Address
succew-siuiii U-Si JUwil.llJ uj u.n w,s
THK KCEA CUKMl Al. Co DXTaOTT. 3VCIL
Kor miIh bf t-'rauk, II. Ctiltlentz nd Ad.
K-tkhfttis A Co.
at IL R Ilrandom A f'o.'s. (Jet
Terios.ff tlirllulMil s.tlf.
Hulierfs adililiiui sale ol lots on the fol
lowing terms: Ten dollars on day ot sale,
tlic halaitceof one-fourth within ten days:
the balance in live equal pav incuts one,
two, three, four and live years. Hack pay
ments to iM-ar r, n-r cent, interest and to !'
secured by iuorti:ai;e on premises. Interest
The tn)is ale to be wuli.li.iwn troui the
l'atildiui; couni leservoir on the as. uraiiee
of the authorities that the state's pinH'rt
will be protected.
yV yv rvvv wou'i enjoy your dinner
3 j and are vreventnl by Dys
pepsia, use Acker's I)ysieisia Tablets.
They are a positive care for Dyspepsia, In
digestion. Flatulency nnil Constipation.
We guarantee them. 5 and 00 cents.
Frank II. Coblcutz, corner Market and
LADIES' KID TOE SLIPPERS,
House Cleaning !
1 wry aM to hime clramni; H a blessing
lutfrc tielpH t" lenvm labor anit wukt
th work rasfrr. houUl W secured.
CARPET GLEANIHG COMPOUND.
This ! a ery superior article It mnows
urease spotM, Main, foot marks and dirt. It
brighten h up tht color and kI" a freMi.nrw
look It n i"ftl appUtM with a HiMiimc ami
A if t tit work rapidly, without tnkinu up tilt
arpft Ills cheap wtc per gallon r half
iiUhm liottlf. hk Ir tamper ha m l .1
sp ialt tf tin- lor ear
-Afui.io -upollo will ftt:in painted wood
work in half the time of ordinary euup
Neither doe it make the paint yellow . also.
is ei superior article for (leaning windows
Only MV a cak or for iSc. at Casper's.
Touted Sponurs, tjua Vmmonla. Furniture
Polish iinite arntsh OianioH '-kins and all
other aids lor house cleanlu;:. for sale at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
ruher'nlllork. MalnM rt-et,.Kl Dour Wil
Mr. I'. K. Hurley lelt fur Chicago mi
Mr. I'. M. IS.K.kualtiT nt t Cuirni
n:ltl this moniinir.
Mr. Kr.iJ: CNmht. of 1'rli.um, was in the
city J.i-t --iiiiiir.
Mr. .1. S. Cmwi'll inttn ('iiimumti tin-iniirniiiL.-
K Mi'iiiInt lliianl lit I'lililic Wnrl.s.1
1'. Martin was in tin- city mer nilit.
Mr. Henry Crutx-iuaii. if tin- I'liicairo
l' itlao' Orcan f.'n.. is at the Aic.nlc. isil
111 Mr. I.'. I", ltniiiiluni.
Mr. T. .1. Klrkpatrick and family Ictt
yesienlaj for .laekMiu. .Midi., wlieio llu-j
will smihI s,mic tiiuc with Mrs. ICiikjut
Mr. ('. YV. I.loul. s.ninf Slietlll I.lnjil. if
ltellcfniitaiiie. li is attcnilinc Nelson's
lSnsmess Cnllet'c, lias tune homo t sihmiiI
Satunlay ami .Siimlay.
Tin" qiiailn-nuial (iiuineralion nf all
males, in the Klf tli wanl. ner twenty-one
years of ace. Is reortel hy the assessor of
the wanl. to he almitt l.i'.so.
The lire lell ijaie two single taps at
aUmt ".: :il last eveninir. anil Incur si
acini at s. o'clock, which creatisl iiile a
stir on the streets. The striking of the
liell wxs caused 1 the hrcakini; of tutlery
Conlia I. Nash, airol 12 years, died at ,
o::;0 o'clock last evonini; at Hie home of her
patents on west Jefferson strecL Her dis
ease was consumption. The funeral will
take place tomorrow (Sunday ) afternoon at
A PLEASINC ENTERTAINMENT.
The 011nc Ittlles ir (lie rirnt llapllst
OhiiMli )ie .- IellKlitrul l.lletnrj nml
Mn. lent IVrtoriiiftiu-e.
The 0u111; ladies of the First lt.iptist
church, assisted hy I!ev. .Y. I.. Wilkinson,
entertained a fair-siml audience in the
Siinihu scIumiI room Inst nisht. with a lit
erary' and musical entertainment. After a
brief and witty introductory address hy
Miss Jessie Kiissell, who presided with
tfrace and dicnity. the follow itnj pro-
jiiaiiniie was remleml:
lnstniiiiental liuet ijdano)
"ttu Oloomiux .Meadows."
.Misses farrle L5011 and Nellie Watt.
Hi-citatlon "The Inventor's rt'ile."
Miss l'loreiice Martin
Mrs. 1'. 1' Leedle. Nellie Watt. Anna
.Moore, EKi Lenhart.
Essay-"I)irss." Miss XnnaToland.
lleeltalion "Jennie MeNeal's Hide."
.Miss Julia Kichardson
Piano Solt "I,4illsh Dance."
Miss Nellie Watt
select Ke.idtmtlrom"Ladvo the like."
. . .. Hev. A. L Wilkinson
Trii "May o!!."
Misses Els Lenhart. sinia .Mire, Nellie
H.-cltatloii "(ireen Mountain Justuv."
Miss llertha sharpless
17, It. A . .M.
There will lie a staled asseinhly of Sprini:
lield council. No. 17, It. A- S. M., on Mon
day exfitiiiK, May '.', IssT. for work in the
II. A S. .M. and S. K. denreei. Hj order
ofl'. I. M. 1. II. Ki:i.i.ki.
The treatest musical novelty of the aijf,
the "KiK'k Hanuoiuca." at Orpheus socieK
In-iicIu at lllaek's, 'l'liursday niijht. May
l-'th. Ki-served seats 50c., l'leice's- -Tuesday
GAS AT Xj.SX!
For some time past several of our liinn
Ieil men have been quietly invcstljratini:
tlie subject of gas bntli for illuininatini;
and iieatini; purisises. This mv estimation
has been conducted with the greatest caie
and secrecy, and now, as a ii-stilt of pluck
and enterprise, we have the pleasure of in
lonuiui; the public that the citkeus of
Sprinjrlield have at last secured that highly
prized and much talked of article, illuiui
n.itim.' t;., in most dn'idislly pay inc iiian
tities. The pross't is certainly an encoiiratini;
one--forthe jvroprietors and as far as the
payini; ijualities of the investment are con
cerned: huudrtslsof our cltiens will unan
imoiislv acrec with us that fioui an outside
isunt of view it must Ik' a erfeet txiiianza.
Their plant is hs-absl near Buck Creek,
and is at piesent alsmt a scjuate this side ot
the Maiket street bridne, on the west side
ol tin- street.
Now. while we jersonally have not been
successful hi striking ea. jet we certainly
have struck the lead in S.1 Trow serines anil
in our' nobby line of Scotcli suitings for
S'.!2.!u. Call and convince yourselt at
T. AV. 1IIILJL.I1.S.
:t!t Kits! Slain strert.
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE,
OISTE! ISTIC3-HT OJSTIST,
THURSDAY EVN'G, MAY 1
ORPHEUS SOCIETY BENEFIT !
ROCK BAND CONCERT!
BY THE TILL FAMILY, OF LONDON, ENG.
oil Vlcetttii; of tlo- AsniM-hilion mot
l'he Spriiu.'heM .Seimnary assuciatuin
held its annual nieetlm; Friday evenim;. at
the seminary buiidim?. The by laws
were amended so as to make any
and every coiii-etent eitien eligible to
ehstion as a trustee. The old board was
then re-elected as follows: rresident, John
Foos; secretary. iniri;e II. Frey. V. V.
Mast. A. S. Huslinell and Koliert Johnson.
The old teachers were also re-oleclix!
Mrs. Until Worthinctou, iinncipal: Miss
Naomi Auuaroiie. .Miss Jessie Foos in place
of .Miss Dow ih-clined te-ehs-tioi:. Miss
.Minnie Keinhart and Miss Anna It. John
son. An increase of salary of j.'ii each
was xiitetl Miss Keiuhatt and Miss Johnson
for the current year and Slim was addnl to
their salarv for the coininir y.ar. Theas-
siviation Is in a tlourishinc condition,
cially and otherw ise.
Mlclit llotlei- Have Miiiiled Their linn
Dr. Kussell was hurriedly called to the
residence of .Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Kansoni.
on Kelly avenue, last iiiKht. Mr. Kansoni
thinkimr his wife had taken lsiison. The
dis'tor found, however, that Mrs. Kansoni
was sulTerinc from an attack of nervous
prostration, superinduced by excitement.
Some exil persons had circulatisl a reimrt
that she hail treated her steiwhllilrcn cm
elly and the retsirts so xveichtil upon her
that she xxas roiiiplelfly overcome.
AX'aatis of Menu mid Knerj;y.
There is nn impression that the Coronet
vns the best built yacht of the two. Sjnp
pxise It was. Does that lieneflt the rotn-
! tnerce ot the world" Of what use Is a
jucht anyhow-, except for pleasure pur
poses When xve propound these ques
tions to ourselves we are brought face to
face with the fact that this feneration is
wasting a great deal of energy for no
practical purpose. If the time and the
money and the enemy which are xvasted
in boat racing and ball playinRand all the
uumlierlcss forms of amusement were de
voted to practical uses xvhat a trraud. pro
gressive civilization this ape would have.
Sx-ience and the useful arts are struggling
iu a vain endeavor to progress, while the
appliances which xve jiossess and could bo
utilized iu their development are xxasted
on things of no substantial utility to our
selxesor to those xvho are to come after
us. YV hen xve see such uni-ersal waste
of means and energy xve are almost
forced to the conclusion that civilization
is retrograding St. I'.ml Ulobe.
He Meant M 1.111, Ye Ktirior,
"Have Jon got a raiser in the house"
asked an Indiana man xvho registered at
YVillard's late last night fur one night
"I don't know of any. sir," replied the
clerk, "and iho liarlicr shop has been
cht-ed fur two hours."
"Itarlier shop, thunder'" exclaimed the
impatient guest. "I don't want no bar
ber shop. I'm tired out. I want to go
up stairs to lied."
"All right, sir, and I'll send the razor
to j'ou iu the morning so you can shaxe
"Young man," said the Indianiuu, as a
light dawiitsl upon him, "xou're oil jour
base. I don't xvant no razor to shave
with; I want a miser tliat 11 git me up
stairs without luiviu' to xvalk "'
Then the tlerk tumbled, and the liell
boj- led the guest oxer and put him in the
elevator. Washington Critic.
Itoiti-lmuii A (ii.-iy Planus
F. ltraiidom A Co.'s in all stjh-s.
F .Stands for Foley. He will be the
salesman of the -JJ Hubert lot, lie
has a reputation of being the best real
estate auctioneer in this paitof thecouutrj.
Come and heal him on May loth, at I p. m.
It is a matter of common opiesn,u that
exerxbody xvho attends the Orpheus society
concerts gets the worth of their money.
The Kis-k band concert nextTuesilaj even
ing, at Itlack's opera house, will be no ex
ception to this rule. lb-served seats Ml
cents. Hoy. sheet niieii at Tierce's Tuesilaj
lntli. a. in.
S, 26 South
At the Itattle of t'ruiikliii.
At the edge of the village was a house,
iu which resided a Mr Carter and his two
daughters They had remained in the
huuse during the day, and their presence
had been re-pected by our troops. As the
day passed, it seemed as if a tmttle would
not take place, so they thought there was
no need to leave their home. Yx'heO the
luittlecanieit wassosuddt-u they dared not
leave, and they took refuge in the cellar.
The house proved to be iu the very (enter
of the storm, and the battle raeil uUmt
it fur hours. They afterward said that
while the horrid din lastist it seemed :rs if
they must die of terror if it did not cease,
but when there was a lull the suspense of
fearful expectation seemed worse than the
din. and that it was almost a relief when
the kittle was renew tsl. The long night
ended at last, and with the first light the
young xvuinen went out to minister to the
wounded, who were lying unattended all
aUmt As they climbed the parapet at
the rear of the house, on their errand of
mercy among the tirst thej- found xvas a
joung Confederate stuff oltker, their own
brother, mortally wounded, ljing. as lie
had fallen at sunset, at the very threshold
of his home Chicago Herald.
simulations of AiiIiiimIs.
i. F- l'eal. writing from Assam, notices
a singular case of mimicry on the part of
a caterpillar, which, xv hen suddenly sur
prised, erects its head iu an attitude that
can-cd the writer to mistake it for e,
shrew, proliahlv the very animal that
preys upon it. The resemblance is cati-ed
by two lateral prolongations and a pointed
tip to the head, these when lifted iu the
lieouliur attitude assumed simulate ears
and a long muzzle, while the mouth parts
iu protile look like the mouth of a xerte
brate. The same writer stales that the
tiger causes the Sambur deer to run to it
by uttering a whistle which oulj an exiert
can tell from that ot a deer The eye and
nose lumps of a crocodile are so like the
Iuuiis of foam that Mr Peal confesses he
has licen deceived until he saw the sup
posed foam sink. He lielieves this simu
lation Useful to the crocodile in obtaining
Truffles in Kiiietanil.
Truffles iii Kuglaiul are gathered at two
periods, the white, which are odorless, and
an- sold for seasoning, in May. the black,
xv hell hard, during a month before and
after Christina, when they have acquired
all the lecuhar K-rf nine, which frequently,
bj throwing the hounds off the scent,
proves the safety of the fox. The size in
F.tigraud xaries from that of a nutmeg to
that of a hen's egg The truffle is uexer
found in low ground or soil covensi with
decayed vegetation, but xvhere the forest
yields light and simile, iu oeii vuvxlland
districts, warm jet damp. The Argonaut.
Another i'nr l.outl or l-iilitt-e Oreatts
is ordered by 11. T. lirandom .v. Co., and
xx ill lie here next xveek. They also placed
their order xvith Mr. (Jrobeinaii. of the Cot
tage Organ Co. for 2.10 of their organs
today. If you xvant an organ or a piano
go and see lirandom A- Co.. and they will
make prices and terms to suit you.
1 I IMifuirur mruiil Vuii' 'nrL' I.lltl-
I ( Ik. l I Ik -sl s-l . ii
sxlxania A Ohio It. II Arcade, meivtsl
orders to put thousand mile tickets on sale
A Stan. Is lor Armstrong, who Is going'
to build a huge lioiler shop this year.
The ii Huberts lots are close to this new
enterprise, lie sum and Is- there and ,
sts-iue one, for they are going to tin'icasei
in value. May 10 is the day.
Hear the ris'k players at the Orpheus
benefit Tuesday night, at lllack's. Kcservisl
seats .Hi cents. j
llitu siritigliell ilrttus. j
The Immiiii in real estate is solid, and the
lots an- Isiugiit for homes of their hiijers.
The next great sale will lie some tine lots
on north Limestone stieet, Thursday, May
M Stands for .Mound street. Some of
these lots face on Mound street, and
the are dandies. rUxl.1l is the size and
they lay high and dry; line soil, good neigh
liorliood. .May 111 is the da they will In
sold. Market St.
One .(i I'ln-;, will kill pain quicken
and is a Utter strt-iigtheuer than a dozen
.New lit A I. ions I'ianos,
Hallett A Ciuiistnn I'ianiw. hr Urns'.
I'ianos. and a house full of tin- most i-elc-braten
ri.inos. at thegre.it house ,,f ;. ('.
Ilr.uidoiii A Co.
r lol.i.-.l l.i l.,.rsor in.
Those H-rsoiis interested in art and its
developments, will I'm. I it to their interest
to attend the sale of liahon marble work. !
Saturday aftct n and evenim:. at Hull-1
man's salesroom. N't, ;( west Main sticct. !
Sales aie to N'gin at .' ..clock and T o'clock
p. m. The I idles are specullj invitclto
Co to "s. M. .Miller to h.ue wringers re- j
paired. III! West .Main street.
Dr. T. F. llliss, eje ami ear surcism. '"
xvest .Main street. F.Jes htted xxith glasses, j
The tifty-hrst annual commencement of
I.ane Seniinary tK-i-urnsI Thursilaj inorn
ing in tin- First Treshvterian church. YV.il- '
That feeling of weariness, so orteu ex
perienced in the spring, results from a
sluggish condition of the Mood which, lie
ing impute, diss not quicken with the
changing season. Ayer's Sai-apanda. bv
vitalizing and cleansing the blond, stri'tigth
ens and invigorates the system.
, 0y8 WEK, Lr- -
MOST PERFECT MADE
-'t)ar.-d v th t- t r. ; . t . 1
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y; I ..u.1. -- " ' .. I ' i I
,i, I" ' - - I --. - , 1 . .. .-
i .' -r u
P?l CKIW PlfJl P . ' V tuu
Iljelng, Scoiirins and Impairing
:i-s V. AVrtHliinuion fl
-- -- n
,,,, Market and Center. Spnngtiel.l.O.
Witli sliding Ecfacltablc
Springs. C2T Better tlian
Wlialeljone or Honi,&2
and ffuaruiitced ucver to
break. Price, $1.25.
I'or ale 1V 1-- i.lio.. wLulcsjle an J rf.-tl ttali. I
MAYER, STROUSE &. CO.
412 Broadway, N. Y., Manufacturers.
The Urrttl Knll-l 1'rt-M-rlptloQ
kCurrs etiktu!s, fjjerntatonheatJ
r jviitS(oiijt imMi''ncfanuau lis-
eases cansM bv sr-lf-abtisa or fo-
.Tlovuttn lYnii ixi!riu 41 ctsr 4". H
I rnnrotiel Itv mail W- irrt for Pamihltt. fAnTRl
J lureka C'henilrul o., Detroit. ?llrl.
' Calloa orHtiarftTheu. Trouptvininilist
. corner Main auit Market stretti, SprtriRfleltt
Ohio. Sol Wnt
H a I i w fi J ti "1(1 a
1 1 mi j 3j i Wk
2. smR me wramp.fi
WVftiitlftim WiiiiAiIWi iiVMMMkk
Cleveland's Superior Baking Fnckr, mar.ufacti.r- d hy Cleveland
IJrothers, .Albany, X. Y., is absol'itely pare ard v iioles.ome. It is
made only of strictly pure Grape Cream of Tartar. Bicarbonate of
Soda, and a small portion of wheat flour, and dots not contain
Ammonia, Alum, Lime, or any adulteration whatever.
The Cream of Tartar is refined by a new process which frees it
entirely from lime and every impurity, and is obtained in the pure
crystals and ground in their own factory ; the Bicarbonate of Soda is
prepared expressly for them ; and to ensure uniform and absolute
purity of their bakintj powder all the ingredients are subjected to
searching chemical analyses and none used unless proved to be
In confirmation of the above the able and reliable chemists of the
Xew York Produce Kxchange report as follows :
"We are analyzing all the Cream of Tartar used in the manu
facture of Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder, and we hereby
certify that it is practically chemically pure testing as high as
99.95 per cent, and not less than 99.50 per cent.
" From a hygienic point of view we regard Cleveland's Superior
Baking Powder as the ideal baking powder, composed as it is of
pure Grape Cream of Tartar and pure Bicarbonate of Soda.
"STILLWEI.L & GLADDIXG.
"Chemists to the N. Y. Produce Exchange."
New York. Noy ;, 18S4.
HUFFMAN & RICHTER,
TIE LATEST SHE STILES.
No. 31 East main Street.
, IODIDE OF
Cures all diseases arising from an impure state or low con
dition of the blcod. Spring is the most favorable
time to use it. 100 doses for one dollar.
JOHN H. WILSON,
THE iVlERCHAIT TAILOR
'J; .VXD -2S K.tsr MAIN ST., .rxt Mad Kiver .it. Ilnnk),
Kc opi'iitMl Sitiiiilay, Martli ", 1SS7, yviUi sjiccial im
liorfationsoriifst t'la-, aii'l latest styles ol" i;ols, iiu'rt:is(l
iacilitie-i in floor sitaci. iiulitin, etc. 1 am ennliiieiit ot aliil
iiy to t:ivt liettcrsttislactioii tMeii than at any time during
tin' ten years ot my Imsi.iess expci ienee in sjirinlleld. In
the liitiii'", as in the past, I shall uive nty jifrsoiiiil snin'r
wsion to every liraiich oftlie business, ant', will continue to
to sell irooils by t!i piece or pal tern, wlietiii rmade ujiat 1113"
house or elsewhere. Asking a eoritinuanre of your patron
age, I am Yours le-iiecUully,
J-OHZ3ST HC. -VsTILSOlsr.
Walnut Alley, between
mm Kirn kkks
WHEELS AND ALL KINDS OF
WHEEL 11TE1L FOR IE
AT THE LOWEST PKICES.
Main and High Streets,
or ali, ;kyiks ok
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