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REPtTBLTC, TUESDAY EVEXTXG. MAY 2-1. 1887.
Sardines, 4 boxes for 25 cts.
Salmon, per can, - 15 cts.
Corn Beef, per can, 15 cts.
Bottle Pickles, - - 10 cts.
Sweet Pickles, 3 doz. for 25c.
Cucumber Pickles, doz., 5c.
Olives, - - 15c and 25c.
Picnic and Lunch Baskets, all
kinds, at either store.
lcd3 Watt Main ttl.fcoit 40 South Mar
ket su.-3jTrunn.id, o.
I kkk ad:ktimini.
N AMI AFTER Todr the Surluftwla
Ii.ilv Krri'nuc will Insert such "ds- as
"Vuts." "Lost." "r'or Kent." "lorSnIe."
etc.. Id this column one time tree, three times
tortueutt llie cents, and six times r.ir titty
cents TIl-iFRliniELli I'l H Co.
WANTEH-A house ot from t! lo 10 rooms,
sltiuted near the central prt ol tfieeltT.
Address A. II. P No. 13) south Yellow sprtoes
TATANTEII-Horw A Kood work horse. alioiit
I? l.Uti or 1.3m weight. Sound and true lo
ork. sintle.ir double. John Uermaii. In La
Konda avenue. I 1
TAN'TEU-A irood Ironerat the Arcadr ho
tel Ai'l'ly immedlalely. 13
WANTKD silrl-Experlewe4 girl turttener
alliousenorklnafamllTiif three. Apply
to 1T5 south Spring street. Wi
WANTEII -A competent man to take care ot
an old icentleuirn. Must come well recom
mended. A PPlT t 51 east Main street 121b
"ITANTED All kinds ot clothes wringers to
IT repair; called forand deiUered. oilers
by mall promptly attended to. S. .M. Miller.
M IV est Main.
AXTEll-cIirl forgeneral housework; itood
wages. 311 a.umestone si. w.u
ANTED -Two girls-Cook and second girl.
at 37ti south Market street. nil
WANTED A man ot temperate and moral
habits, seeking employment, to represent
an old established bouse In his own sectluu
;alary 7u to S1U) er month. References
acted. Am. Manufacturing House. 16 Harciay
street. New YorK.
WANTED-A Brswlass girl to do general
hoiisework.-at racist Illgh street.
VIR ALE Residence, of tweUe or thirteen
rooms; contrally located; In an excellent
iielgbltorlMod; wltiiln fire minutes' walk of
Kelly's Arcade. Address, "House tor Sale.'
Lock hot &. City. tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO HUN Kor a term of years at 7
percent. John 11. Johnson, corner Market
and High streets.
MONEY TO LOAN-In sums of i'rt) to llo.!")-'
for one to Are year, on first mortgage or
approved commercial paier. Theo. A. ick.
js East Illgh st. Hftbs-lTr
MONEY TO LOAN'-Insumsof ivu to IT.um.
on three to Ave years' time, on first raort
gage or approted commercial paper ileorge
Vl.Colei.rootnNo. 1. Lagonda bank building.
T"0R RENT Furnished room tor one or two
T gentlemen. Hall entrance. Confenlently
located. Call at 1W south Factory street. Also
an unfurnished room at the same place. l'JH
FIR RENT House of ten r o ns. lu perfect
condition. No. 6t JJist Columbia street.
Apply to D. II. Rubsam. latnu
FOR RENT. Rooms-front to $12 cen
t rally located, lii'iulle of Thos. Sharp.
LOST Last Wednesday A pair of gold
framed spectacles. Incase. The Under will
be suitably regarded by leaving with II. M
Shepherd, lu south Limestone street. l'J'b
T CAN furnish U Industrious ladies with
J permanent lucrative employment. No fraud
or humbug. Hundreds of testimonials lrom
ladles made Independent through this work
Mrs. 11. F. Little. Chicago. 111. Rr.mii
A Uirifty man in Sullivan, S. Y.,
winced an elderly dog to feed unto his
Colgate's Tolls HOMM.
KiijuLsitely rfuuii, ali-olutel) purr,
popular everywhere. Cashmere I'o.ii.piei
T Foley A I lay ward will sell the Clalk
house next Thursday afternxii at 3
o'clock. To those wanting to liny a Kpleii
did house on a lirst-dass street, this plai-e
answers, ami ever tiling about it is first
class. The day is Thursday.
AT LOWER PRICES
The prices at which we will sell all grades of footwear during the coming week will be lower
by 30 to 50 per cent, than same qualities have ever before been offered in Spring
field. Our great stock, large variety and exquisite styles are not
excelled by any house in CentralOhio.
Ladies' Serge Congrest and Polish,
Ladies' Goat and Kid Button Shoes,
Ladies' Curacea Kid Button, Flexible Soles, -Ladies'
Pebble Goat, Button, Flexible Soles,
Ladies' Glazed Dongola. Button, Flexible Soles,
Ladies' Curacoa Kid, hand turned, opera and common
sense lasts, ....
Ladies' best Curacoa Kid, Flexible Soles, French heels, 3.00
Ladies' Genuine French Kid, hand turned, button.
Ladies' Slippers, all styles, 30c, 40c, 50c, 75c and
HOUSE & PARSONS,
26 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
FI.KNII SK1IU,KT. I'OWHKHS.
I srfulasa t.iistlie and as :i preientie or
cure of Mck lleadache.SeurStoiii.vtier llesrt
burn They are refreshing and agreeable, for
sale slnglyur in botes Freshly made and for
slleliy CASI'Ell KrilKirlst i
SOM'TIO.N CITKATK MAUMMA.
1'aUtAtil as leii.utialp. very eftlne-iit a a
lauattrr or tmruatUf nUi iikfftil in ttrs.
lkt-4IltH4ii.4 Hint Hta1tChe AlH.tyt Irenli.
maitr b an lu.ro.fd tormulH and fr slrat
CASPER'S Drug Store,
r.ihrr'lll"-k, MMlu.ftrfl,3(t Hour WmI
Majoi Kellv's police sl.ite will lie pie
seiilisl tiioiiiiK'il loiiight.
Mrs. John Kirks went to litis-uville this
inoiiiing on a visit lo liieii.ls.
Mrs. Dr. i. 1 Cole h.ts tetiirnisl Ikuh a
pleasant Wit lu her pstents ne.ii 'iniiii
M.ivor Kellj's etlii'icnt cleik. Ml. mos
Miller, Was in Hay ton Inst niglil on linsi
Miss Anna llaresly, altei a pleasant visit
heie lelurinsl to Cincinnati her home, Ihis
Minnie llickelts, Maggie Kiiliiis,ni and
Mrs. Tnderwood weie allested last night
for ilisorderly isuiiliu'L
James MiCaliey, for disonletly comliicL
and James Kliiin, tor almsing his family.
vvcreM.itioii-licnised last nigliL
William Itaslas was arn-slisl estenla) h
otlieers Wilson and Mast and station housed
on the dial geot petit larceny.
(Iwini; to a piess of other matter toda
the ItKITIH.lc's evreilenl "railroad" iiil
iiiiiii will he loiiml on the littli pve.
Mr. Kdvvani Kiunune leaves for New
York this evcninc to huv stiiumer gmHls.
lie gKs via llee Line at '. V o'cliwk.
Mr. V. 11. Itleeand wife returned yes
terday from l'lit-in-liay. Thej had a de
lightful time and vune excellent tislihig.
They hrougjit home with them some fine
hass which they caiiKht.
Dr. S. 1. Miranda Is going mound with
his nose in a sling, having srasl all the
lieelotf it yesleid.iy liy oMilug his sen-en
dimr suddenly and mist'ali'iil.itiug the oihil
of his countenance.
Messrs. Charles Jetlcries ami Will
Yearell vvetein South Charleston yester
day, woikmg ilpthe prosssl ham daiiiv.
It will lie !,'iven according to present ar
raugements, on the 1 Mil of June.
X el i la is mad at Ceneral Keifel because
he called the delicate ilnw of gjis they
struck there the other day "sewer gas."
Xenia has great self cotitiol, hut there are ,
some things she won't stand. - I'rhana
Mr. Charles A. Cregar. the architect, lias
oientsl tip Kooui l.'s on the third Moor of i
the Mitchell lilck, as government hiiiidiug i
headquarters. Mr. Cregar, as is fully
known, is the local siiierising architect,
and the new o'lice is for the convenience of
tliox- who have busim-ss lelating to the
A tegular shoot of the Central (liio
.Shooliugas-,ociatiou will la-held m Il.tytonl
June ;th and sth. There will also l an j
election of otlicersof the avMK'iatiou at that
time. Iiiceiiville. Coliimhi s. Xenia, Lon
don, Sprmglield, I'lhaua. Hellefontaine. I
Kenton, Lima aud la)loii ale all iiieiulers
of tile us-soclatloh. i
HAS STKITK Till: I.IMII I.N
$5, $6 AND $7
GOME AND CONVINCE YOURSELF
:t! Kant Main .Street.
J. IN. PHILLIPS!
BEFOHE HIS HONOR.
.lonk' Sfkes Hound liter To Court
lltlier 'srs Disposed lit.
Seeral rasrt were disponed of lij .Indue
Vuiiiig ill the ilice court jestetday aftel
noon. tin must iiitHiitunt lieing Hint if
Monk Sjkes. He was hound owrtothe
next craml jury in the sum of 5:hki for
rohhiiii; Sam lling, the Has! Main street
I'limese launilrymau of S1T0. 1 1 con
fessed the crime ami will dotihtless have to
kii over the road. In default of hall lie
was teuiaudisl to jail. Patsey .Sullivan, i
Ins allegisl luxMinplice, pieaihsl not guilty
ami will le heaul. j
Jt-ph llancroft got Sin and costs for
U-hir disorderly, while William Cook, and
John llauer got So and costs each ami Dick
NiriNier 13 ami ciimh ii uie siine ininiv.
lieorge Siiiith, for lolteting, was limsi Sill
Mason and William A nnstroiig. Al l...i;.iii
and ll.ni llriibaktT charged with being dis
ouleily, Jim-llalleiiback. for Unlikeliness,
and Margaiet llurt. for loiteiing, weie
sml I'l, tings lo Hit Art Nilr I'lei lenl I'orte.
Mi. Ch.tlles (iiliford, ot the Arcade hotel
thee, last (Monday) evening n-ceivtsl a
telegram liom his home in New York city,
announcing theculical and probably fatal
Illness of his mother, who liasliceii stricken
with an attack leseinhliug paralysis. Mr.
liibloid left for the east on the o'cl.s-k
train last evening.
Mr. Kiank Van Ness was also called
avvnv yesterdav by the death of his hroth-er-iii
law at Clielev llle. Mr. Itolph Hai
tholoiuevv is leinpoiarily assisting in the
It is since learned that Mr. Ilihford's le
tireuieut is iieiiuanent, as it was his inlen
lention to resign June 1, anyhow, Mr.
Frank Weaver, formerly headcleik tor Mr.
Hocklield. but late or the Hotel ltiiMner. at
Chaileslou, W. Va., will take his place.
STRUCK BY LICHTNINC.
Aloliii I.elTel's Kesittfute.Mi,! ul fire l.it't
At rtrJu o'clock last evening an alarm of
lire was sent in from box :'. at the South-
ern engine house, caused by a slight blaie
in the roof of Aloiuo I.elTel's residence.No.
I'ltl east l'atton streeL Lightning had
struck one of Jtlie chimneys and knocked
it galley west ami set lire to inenioi. v itn
in three minutes after the house was struck
the Siutheru Uiys had a hose on the roof
and liefore the lire had fairly started it was
extinguished. The "boys" were highly
complimented on their promptness. The
damage was not over 5 III and the house was
GCo to the sale of the Clark house,
401 south Market street, next Thurs
day afternoon at 3 e'clock.
T.asli r'rrfUIers for Fruit.
I'otash fertilizers have detldedly Im
proved the desirable ipiulity of fruits.
Wiierever the errentage tif this element
has lns-ii raWed the t huhge is accompanied
by an increase of sugar and decrease of
ncid. Tills, it is hardly necessary to say,
is tin ImiMirtnnt ami desirable change a
matter ol dollars ami cents, other things
lieing eipinl. the fruit with the largest ler
cent, of sugar will bring the highest price.
Murtsiver. less desirable varieties may lie
brought up to a higher standard, thus
giving value to some gotnl quality, ns
... . ' V ,'" "c ,"
that the qunlity nnd character of gnnlen
m it.. t 1..:,. i i m... ...
null orviiani jinNiut:ii, i-an lie iiiisontsi ui
the effect of s-cial fertilizers Is of iiu
rneiise imisirtauce iu its practical as well
as sclcntillt- lie.iriug.
Diauiouds ought not to be worn on the
soles of the shoes, as a certain French
actress once wore them. She had to faint
every night, and lie carried off the stage,
so she incrusted the solea of her shoes
with diamonds. I reuieiulier rending that
crowds usmI to go nightly to see her lie
diamonded duissiire Hut they may lo
worn as buckles on the shoes, or even
groiiietl In a monogram oti the toes.
l'itrl' Cliitie S)tem.
Paris still retains the Insane ilaipie sys
teui. anil one of the prominent chiefs has
resigned rather than submit to a reduc
tion in his salary. The great mail wps
better uid than the average sctor, and
hud twenty of the l-st seals iu the house
at his disjKjsal every night Chicago
tabling lo Their Iliolors.
Of late the Atlantic cables have lieen
often used by wealthy Americans to con
sult their phjsiiians who were traveling
abroad. The ot her day a New Y'ork iluc
tor cabled to a young American physlclau
who has recently located In I'm is for ad
xlce iu a very important tase Chicago
Ijttlies limit He limit l.tM.biiig,
Iloii't drive tne Uiys away
lly your swarthy or freckled skin :
The blemish need last but a day
When beauty's homage you may win.
lly using Champliii's lnpiid l'earl
The change is made with every girl.
TH AN EVER NAMED !
.GO. Men's Canvas Shoes, ....
.95 1 Men's Working Shoes,
$1.50. Mens Two Buckle Plow Shoes, -
1.50: Men's Seamless Congress Shoes,
2.00lMen'8 Button. Lace or Conyress Dress Shoes.
Men's Genuine Kangaroo Shoes, high or low cut, $2
Men's Low Cut Shoes, all styles, $1 to
1 Men's Calf Boots, ....
Boys' Lace and Buckle Shoes, SI to
liiter.tliiK nutl Newsy linos from .Hrlng.
Itrll I.ttrl) siihiirh.
Kel. S. M. llliMTil. of Weslemlle, gel -eral
agent of Ollerls-m university, made n
slimt call tiiMin Kev. ('. .1. Iliitkert on Mon
Mrs. Woodward, or Ki.tuklin. ., has
hreii heie a lew days. Msiling lier il.mgli
ter. Mrs. Koiest iroes. She returned
home ou .Monday.
I.'ev. .. Warner. I). I)., of D.ttton, dl
preach at l.agoinl.1 on Suuda) nest, morn
mg ami evening. Me i- one of the sluing
est preachers in the I . I!, is.nfeienie
Tlie I'ightli vvaid primaij last ei ng
wfts not largely attended on account, of
,.iirM-. of the heavy ram and that tlieliop
at ,agiida run until1.) o'elm-k. so the voters
nill, lt atlelul. -s it was. a imnilxT ol
the faithful weie Iheie. James riemiitg
was elected chaiim.iU. licit Lewis ami
Kuddcleiks, II. C. I.av bourn ami James
IViks judges. There were foity volesc.ist.
ami on the three tickets piesenttsl there
weie just forty dilleient delegates vottsl lo!
Ilyan A- Siellaey have al List coiuplctisl
then waler woikslilch thioiigh tins pl.nc
lo tliegieat dchghtof all urtiescoii'erntsl.
and they weie uumeioiis. as all felt moic
or less interested, as travel was gieally ills
tuibed for moiitlis. 'They now have the
gleat dllch hills) up. tellces lebilllt. etc,
but the damage to a tew can never In-re
Iiiir councilman. F. J. Miller, will pre
sent a l.uge petition to council tonight,
asking lli.it (.agenda avenue lie grud.sl and
graveled to the coisir.itiiii hue. This is
necessary liefore we cm liave sidewalks,
which we gieatlv inssl. Lagouda has hcie
lofoie Ihtii very modest alsiut asking
favors of the city, lint we leel thai we ale
not an iiuiiuHiriant iiiantitv, ami as we
have lieen taxisl for years to h up the re
m.iludei ot the city, and have thus far been
almost wholly neglected, we ft el like ask
iug that we may receive. We lefcr more
c-ieeially to the ninth side, where the
church, school and better ortioii of the
town is located. The south side lias the
water works and gas. through the efforts
and influence of the Champion linn, while
the other side lias Ut-n getting along in the
' darkness ami mud. the liest vvecould: hence
, we feel like shaking our little pi.s-e ami
leminding the great city that, though we Is-
forgotten, we are not dead.
Ilenlli or mi OIiIhikI It
Mperte.1 l'ilien of
(Ill last Friday Mr. Henjauiiii Woosley,
one of Madison township's wealthiest. most
prosierois and highly esteemed citizens,
ditst at his home near South Charleston ot
cancer. Mr. Woosley was a farmer and
one of Clark comity's most substantial
cill7ens. lie was about seventy years of
age aud had lieen a resident of Clark county
for mole than lifly years. A wife and four
marriist children mourn his loss. Th
tuiieral oivuned on Monday moiiiiug at in
Allegfil Itoblit-rs Arieslt-it.
Some time ago lositge Ihirnell, who
keeps a cigar ami totiacco store on south
Yellow Springs stiect, lost a lot ot cig.ns
and tobacts) by burglars. The HiliceIiave
lieen working on the case, and Sunday
night ( Hlicers Marshall am! Thompson ar
rested Frank I'hilhpsand lodged him in the
station houseon Hie charge of -tit laiceiiy.
lie is siipKistsl to lie one of the robliets.
Y'esterilay a yourig man named Anderson
was arrested by Chief Walker on the same
charge and for the same case. The proof
against I'hllllps and A
nderson is said to Is'
Knights of 1'ytliin
Quite a uumlnr Knights ol 1'ylhi.is from
Dayton ami Cincinnati passed through the
city yesterday, en route fur Sandusky. wheie
the (irand Lodge of Ohio will convene in
annual session tomorrow moinlng at lo
o'clock. Sir Knights J. S. Miles ami W.IJ.
Hiitnett go as delegates to the (irand l.odgf
from ltetl Star hslge. of this city, ami "sir
Knights O.K. Trout and Thomas McKIuney,
as delegates from Moncreitl'e lodge. Sir
Knight J. W. Coles, of this city, who is
grand master of exchisiuer, lett lor San
I'.. Mmiiilm torera ol :tll kinds ,t r'nim
Mtirliliicry r .riiigUelil, linio.
Kureka, Kansa", is located lu the center
of a large fanning district with good rail
road connections with Texas, Nebraska,aiiil
Colorado, also direct connection with Miss
ouri aud Atkansas,where the ls-st of timlic r
can Is- bad cheap at a haul o' two bundled
miles. H'c irtfuf nit iiipi ineiif focfoi'i.
Write nit and I can show you how you can
make two dollars heie to one there.
S. A. Mvitriv,
Bllear in mind the handsome house aud
lot. known as the Clark home, at 404
Ninth Market streeL will Is- s,i, next
Thursday, at 3 o'clock, at auction, by
Foley .V Hay ward.
"I lie Cortet-t Hale.
The coricet date of the Clsrk sale is
Thursday at :! o'clock p. m. In last even
ing's ivsue the notice read Wednesday.
Thursday is the coircct date, ami '' o'clock
The best chipped dried licef iu the city
at Hie Arcade gioccry.
V cREAM "
MOST PERFECT MADE
r. pur. a w h ptr. t nvinl ti IMtriij. tri'iirth
i , v '. ' : til tan- ii.. Amriitii n I in '
x II, - I rrti ' au l'"fi ft.
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' ttAHNu HWOLH CO . Chit wo urj Si touts
nisatgnsl Are the sun dn d.virn the west,
9n ssMPt.aJs all bis cloud) hosts aright,
ItcsasssuosT fnmi bis vantage grouud oppressed
Vy the advauctu armies ot tb uiglit.
Blow ffl'le the criinstiu baiiuers from tho blue
A lil v bush braids o'er the earlh"acaliu breast,
Une souu.l alone breaks Ibe deep silence Ihroilgli,
A slts-py bird (sinipiaiuiiig from Us nest
l lore Ik-alric 'JotTey iu later ucean.
THC TRAIN DISPATCHER.
A Man Who Hol.U the Llle of Krerj
l'ssiiger In III. Ilaml.
There is a class of railway employes,
almost entirely unknown to passengers,
whose responsibility is so much greater,
mid vvhv-e slightest omission might
jeopardize the lives of people on trains
more than any oversight on the part of
conductors or engineers, that it is indeed
strange that they are so seldom mentioned
iu the public prints. This class is the
train dispatchers, whose every order is
implicitly olieyed by trainmen: and while
the crew of one train is responsible for the
tnov einents of that train nlone. the dis
pat'he;' holds in his bunds the lives of
every individual on every train on the
road; nml on a ro.ul having n large traffic
ie duties imiosed ou him are very great
His iKisition in the railway service is
tiuiiiie. ere nil trains running on time
nud provided for on the jieriodicnl time
table issued by the company, he would
have no duties to (lerfonii; but Unfits will
get delayed and (scasions will arise re
quiring e.xtra trains, or trains without
tiny spudded time or rights, tolie run over
the loud, and then his services are neces
sary to avoid hours of delay.
All trains ou railroads are divided In
classes, according to their importance:
generally two, passenger and height,
and all trains of one class running in a
Sccitled direction have the right of the
toad, or need keep no lookout for trains of
the same or it lower class running lu the
opposite direction. Thus it is assumed
that ou a certain railroad trains running
eastward havethe right of vvayover trains
running westward, then an east liound
jmssenger train can run the whole length
of the road in entire disregard nf all trains;
another passenger train going west need
only to look out for the east liound pas
senger train, while the freight trains
must keep out of the way of Isith passen
ger trains mid of the freight train which
is running In the direction presenlied as
having the right of road.
Kvcry one understands that all trains
are chartered, or have a time given for
passing cull station, which time can In
no instance Is- anticipated, and hence all
trainmen know where all other trains
ought to lie at any jiarticular moment, if
on time, hut as trains frequently and gen
erally get late, the train of inferior class
must luive its movement expedited by
some extraneous cause, or ft may Isi de
laved for hours awattimr a train thut may
have lien wrecked, or has been kept back
for some other of runny causes. Then the
duties of the tram dispatcher are of im
portance He will probably give an order
to the delayed train by telegraph direct
lug it not to go lK-yond a certain place
which lie thinks it cull reach without dif
ficulty, and he directs the uprising train
to proceed to the same place and there
pass the other train, and iu that manner
the trains are enabled to pass each other
without any delay to either. Ills great
rcsiHiusibility consists in that he may have
a doen other trains iu his charge at the
same time, and In directing one train to
go beyond Its usual place to meet another
he may neglect to give nil order to the
second train, ami in such an event a colli
slon would prolsibly ensue, lunch prop
erty be destroyed and probably lives bo
It will readily lie seen that the slightest
mistake of a train disiiatchcr might cause
serious results; nnci in this resi-et his re
sjioiisHiility' is proliably greater than that
of anv cither individual under whose
charge the public arc placed. I'hilailttl;
New tTert for the Shoe Ituttoller.
It is ii singular fact that nine out of ten
of the bums and tramps brought into the
station house have on their erson a shoe
buttotier Xo matter w hut kind of shoes
they wear, still they have one of these
biniple instruments. Lieut, llambrock
decided a week ago to make a collection
of the shoe buttoners taken from the
prisoners brought into Hremeii street
station In the seven days they numliereil
eighteen, and like vising ladies do with
their strings of buttons, lie attni lied them
together He has now 11 diaiu some
three feet iu length. A iieculinr thing is
that the hook end is K-ut into a variety of
shulK-s. The )ieuchaut for having button
ers attracted the attention of the detect
ives long ago, and it happened to striku
.some bright minded )iol!cemun that
the little instrument could lie made
lo do the work ot a skeleton key. us
far as the locks in common use were con
icrned. In reality, the shoe buttouer. To
all intents and purjioses was converted
into a burglar's tool, aud still could lie
readily passed on as a necessary imple
ineiit in arranging one's toilet. The sis
sesslou of a skeleton key is a serious
offense mid carries with It ciiiivktioM of a
jietial term The law, however, cannot re
gard the shoe buttouer as a contraband
nrticlc. and still the evil intending areas
well fortified with it ns with the burglar's
favorite tool, since, when properly shuiieil,
it does the work ecpially as well. The ex
Iert can pick a lock with one of these
little iron hooks with as much facility as
f f he h.id a skeleton key, aud yet if caught
with it in his pnsrsslon enjoys immunity
from the statute covering the offense.
Usually, when one of these instruments is
found on a pri-oner's iwrsoti it is thrown
away, or ierhaps given liack if the owner
Is releu.sed No doubt In the course of a
year several hundred are taken up by the
police. The.'tmomit of theft thut could
be traced to them would very probably
prove startling. Cincinnati Enquirer.
An I'litluiely Taking Oft".
Husband (reading the pajier) I see that
Prince Harold is dead.
AVife (an Anglomaniac, Inexpressibly
shocked) Is it imssible? It seems too sad
for anything. What was the cause of
Husband He trotted a mile in'-':.! 1-4,
and then died of blind staggers. Xetr
Ihibert T. Lincoln declines to contend for
I the second place on the republican presiden
i um ion.
OUR FRIGES HAVE
There is no better evidence of the wonderful growth of our business or
the complete success of our system of low prices, than the frantic efforts of
the old line high-priced houses to keep their trade by wild reductions and silly
pretenses of cutting prices.
But it will take even greater howls than they have
shrieks than ever to produce even an impression
Just imagine what their Profits must have been, less if it takes a cut
of nearly half to meet our prices.
HERE'S ANOTHER BOMBSHELL!
ON Tltl'USDAY MOItMMJ WE PIT L
ELEVEN NEW STYLES OF TEN DOLLAR SUITS.
No old goods ; no stale patterns ; no stickers; everything fresh ; everything new.
TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR TEN DOLLARS
We are blatant advertisers ! We are obstreperous advertisers ! We are
demonstrative advertisers, and in consequence of this We do the trade.
If you want to buy Clothing from the only One Price House in Springfield,
and the only firm which doesn't make use of the questionable trick of marking
goods up and marking them down again, trade with
IKE LONDON CLOTHING COMPANY,
NO. 29 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET.
ICE CREAM PARLORS!
BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY.
Oven ready, and Bread and Cakes will be delivered on orders next week. Leave
Orders for Sunday Ice Cream on Saturday, as no goods will be sold on Sunday.
COST'S ICE CREAM PARLORS THE MOST POPULAR IN THECITY
3STO. IS EAST HIGH STREET.
IndlspeiiHnlile In Hut Wejll.er.
W. H. SCHAUS,
14 SOITII .MAI.KKTSTKKET.
Fine ll-Wool. I ,n;ht Weight.
Ilalhrian, pl.siu ami fane).
Splendid assortment of the atkite desiri
hie goods. I'rices lower tli.su ever.
IIATTEK AM) Kl'KMSIIKK,
No. ." IOns.1 Main Slrecl,
Mr. S. M. Monfort, formerly of Shili
ios, Cincinnati. Is prepared to do all kinds
of dress making in the latest stj le. Cood
titanilsljlishdrnper. No. W V. Wash
D.Usy cream salad dressing. Arcade
I 'HPVsRk" I
1 1 III
HUFFMAN & RICHTER,
THE LATEST SffllNG STYLES.
No. 31 East Main Street.
COMPOUND SYRUPHED CLOVER
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.
CHARLESLUDLOW & CO.,
an KiiHt irnm sir't.
JOHN H. WILSON,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
i! AXI MS EJ ST MAIX ST., (N'mI Mad Kite r Xat. Bank),
He opened Saturday, March .', ISS7, with special im
portations of best class and latest styles ol goods, increased
facilities in Hoorspa-e, lighting, etc. 1 am confident ot abil
ity to give better satisfaction even than at any time during
the ten years ot my business expei ience in .Springfield. In
the future, as iu the past, I shall cive my personal super
vision to every branch of the business, ami will continue to
to sell goods by the piece or pattern, whether made up at my
house or elsewhere. Asking a continuance, or your patron
age, I am Yours respectfully,
J-OT311ST HI. "W-IILSOICsr.
DONE IT !
IT II STRAW !
indulged in, and wilder
of meeting our figures.
IF 1TOTJ "WjIsrT TO SAVE IsLOHTttlT,
IsTO. 25 EAST 3I2ST ST.
IsTO. IS WEST ILdIIISr ST.