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vAanual Cheap Candy Sale
Five Thousand Pounds Pure Fresh
Cattle Mlxti Candy, 10c per
CMdy, 12 l-2c pr pound ; Fancy Mixed Cream Candy, 15c
j-Mrynuii ; (sptciall'rireBloLbuivIifsaiid MwdayscHOOiHj;
pjaaey Table Nats, fire kinda ntixtd, only 15c per pound;
PA1bV1it. 20c per pound ; English Walnuts, 20c per pound ;
Bntik, Filberts as Fecaiis,
W. PAYNTER & CO.,
trt 93 West Main and
CaHara'an Caff Supertor
qaalltr aad Fit.
IKakar, Ratter and Furnlaher.S
ataet Main MropU
r ACTED 10 good salesmen: reference re
sejllS Call Dec. IS. 1W. at II. B. Graves.
(Villain street, room 5. Ma
rASTED A. itandlne ton phaeton. stating
tee aaa wnere it can dc seen, wiuurvss
a. Republic office. -'2a
WASTED To trade first niorteaee note.well
i W Sneered, worth JiSutf-OO. for real etuteto
ar near the cltr of hprlngneld. U. Aaarws.
WANTED A man of temperate and moral
habits, seeking emoloymeut. to repre
'.easataa eld established home In his own sec
J. Salary. If suited. JlOo per month liefer
Berarfrl Supt- Manufacturing House,
rABTED Boarders at 172 south Center.
Bt a yoenz ladv of experience.
writes a good, plain hand.tonowrlt-
OMrlaS. AOdress A. u-ltepuonc oi
fAHTED An experienced bank-keeper to
Hat ernoiesaie ana retail nouses xor
feature: from ss id W) per
ade. W 111 give exclusive agency
Itgkt party. Address. )us. trey, Slo
a. north lhlrd street. &t- Ia)uis, .110.
rAXTED Ladles to work on our fancy
genes tor the nnllday and winter trade,
ataavalatanea F nil nartlenlars free Ad
at. Met Xanutacturinx Co, and 15 Eliot
isjH Eisitiiii Him
WARED All kinds of clothes wringers to
-sw n-nBair: -saueaiorana aeiivereaj oi-ai
l preapuy attenaea to. d.j. uier,
tsUfvr rooms, centrally located. with
1 aeeommoaations. rent cneap.
rnanered: none but white need ap-
Qanax No. 10. corner nasmmzlon street
1 Baar-torS avenue. 2Kb
L UHT-table: capacity for 3 horses.
GaB at 17 West Main st. --"
"OK BENT Four rooms, all down stairs
1 X Man aad wife preferred. Kent M-. StC
want North street.
, W& KENT Room; a very desirable, nicely
-.Ji fataUbed front room, suitable (or one or
- sreceatlemen. at 111 suth Market street,one
-- - from Al-eade- Reference reQUir-ad. ln-
sjraaa tie premises or of J.U.Clarke. ilOU
FK SALE Two ponies and
Inquire at 97 Pearl street.
."Ml SALS Farm. Forty acres of good land
7: X swsa Darn, house 01 six
rooms, and other
A never falling well I water.
1 BBIaaxed six miles south oi pprinzSeld Iu
L.systre on the premises 14 C. K. lunstnn Jvnif
CTKATED From the premises of the sub
O aerlber a dark brown Alderney heller, two
eld. abort, thick zuck. short homxtving
Any Inlormatlon lesding toner recov-
Mftat Burnett's grocery. Main stref Lor at
ana tsniaenee 01 the owner win be ui-erauy
lwwarded. m. M. Veazell. 4 east High
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
-pORSALE(-R TRDE Ten acres of good
"X aecoad bottom land, good frame house ot G
-iSiS fsssis. small tenement house, large barn.
SSS WlMade lor city proeerty. or sell for cash.
1 So. 1 Lasonda Back bulldlni-r.
MONEY TO LOAN.
IOXETTO LOW In sums to suit, on first
and good commercial DaDer.
laaAaeeus. Koom Xo. 1. Lagonda lUuk
tieorge II. Coles i Son.
fcf; f sl jf
Fsr a Chrii.tmas present? Or if not a Watch or Clock, perhaps some piece of Jew
elry, Ornament to adtrn the house or person, Silver Sets or Table Ware. If so, call at
if C. C
Whs has the grandest display of such goods for the holidays of any house in the
city. Call and see him. He sells
dlsm .asmmai mmmmmm. awa A .C
begins Today. Now here:
pnand ; choice Home-wade
15c per lb. At either store.
40 South Market Street.
Dairy Maid Rhymes.
Ho! all ye good people of Springfield to n.
In your list of engagements put this one down
To see the Dairy Maids' drill In Orand Army
The IS.iiar. Humanophone. Programme and all
And only a quartt r for each one to pay
Si don't fall to see it. oraou'll rue the day.
The tickets, remember, you caa buy at the
Or. If you happen in there, at Pierce's book
Where gentlemanly clerks, though busy, be
In exchanging choice books, etc.. for nickels
Will kindly direct you further on down the
To the Grand Army hallwhere the Dairy Maids'
When once within doors, we would call your
To articles found there too numerous to men
tion. There art bells, dolls and churns. by the dozen
And we know If you buy one you'll surely ant
Or. if you prefer them
candles, toothsome '
Lord el ton's, chocolate creams, nut paste,
most too good to eat.
For. Indeed. 'tis a fact, already beyond dlsu-i
Thai thai fAnrrvAtrsiHvnsil le4laa rtsswa snmitr)-1
a reputation i
Of gtTlng to each one who buys, his full
i mess, inaeea. he should want the whole
Then tell all your cousins and uncles and
That this is poiltlrelw the very last chance.
For Tuesday evening Is the time we're selected
And you'll find that the treat is all you've ex.
M. C lowney X Aon for
.Reliable Waterproofs. La
dies' circulars, Newports
and Raglan's. Children's
circulars and "Mother Hub
bar ds." All warranted.
Prices the lowest.
MURPHY & BRO.
Downey A bun for
Are for sen iecable wear in suits or over
coats, rubber goods, or furnishing goods,
the "When" has everything a little cheaper
than everybody else.
If jou want to make a present to
yourself or some dear friend, what is
the matter with selecting a Fine Over
coat, made to order, or the goods for
one? I hare a splendid hue on hand
and will sell them down to bottom
prices, and guarantee to ha e them put
up In the best uossible style. Do not
fall to call at once and see for our
selves. Itemember the place,
J. W. PHILLIPS
SO. 39 FAST MAIV STREET.
Dr. Levitt E. Custer,
Preservation ot natural teeth by latest ap
proved methods. Strictly flrst-clau work
a St. Hlrt. at.. m ! Bimi.it.
DR. H, R. DOSCH,
Operating Dentistry a Specialty.
Parian: 15 and 17 1
STOP RIGHT HERE!
GOING TO BUT
A. GOLD OR SILVER.
FRIED'S, 6 E. MAIN,
GUIT B-AJSTOROFT'S PRICES ON BEST
Dr.Caspertusall the bet Couch Lozenges
and Candles, fresli and Kood. adapted lor
Couch and Colds.
Horrboond Cough Catdr,
Wild Cherrj Congh Cat dy,
Tar Cougli Drop',
Lime Fruit Tablftv,
Fine Tar Cough Cancij.
Pea pern lot 1a it t gtf,
l'urc Stick Licorice.
All for ale at lowest Trices at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
tabor'eJUoak. Malnatreet.Sd Door Wnt
of KAsneetone, Springfield.
Gram- Monday, Dec. 12, "Around the
World in Eighty Da,"
BiJiCkV Tuedaj e oiling. Dec. IT, the
great Pat Homiey and tits star alliance.
Hi. vck's Wednesday owning-, Dec 14
Mi-s Lizzie Ktans in "Our Angel."
Head I'aynter A Co. 'a ad., top of this
Mrs. J. Stanter, of I.agnnda avenue, 1
HI witl. tjpoid pneumonia.
Mr. A. M. Kodgers, foreman of tfaeXenia
TbrrMi-ihf. I in the city today
The Israelite "Feast of Lights" began
Saturday ulglit, and continues eight dajs.
Dr. W. W. Hall lias rwinrred from the
recent mishap which resulted in a sprained
Dick Walsh was arrested jesterdayoa
the charge of loitering around a tippling
.Mr. 1L L. llolman left this morning for
Canton, O., to attend a session of the State
The ilection of officers ef the First Bap
tist Sunda school will be held on Tuesdaj
evening at the church.
I Mr. W. B. TattershiU, manager of the
District Telegraph coinpan, is reported
better, although he is still erj ill.
Two men named Murphy had a bad fight
at the comer of Market and Columbia
streets, on Saturda) afternoon. Xo arrests.
Company A, of the American arm j, will
drill tonight in the elegiut new G. A. K.
hall, which will probabh be secured as a
Will Taylor and Charles Ringgold, petit
larcenj; Uuben Lelfel, disorderly, and
James Hutchinson, assault and batter'
were station-housed Saturday.
Miss May Bookw alter, who has been so
critically ill with tjphmd fever. Is reported
verj much better today, and strong hopes
of her recowry are now entertained.
Mr. H. B. Forter, of Cincinnati, was in
the city Saturda) ewning, on his way to
Bellefontalne to spend Sunda) with friends
there. Mr. Portir is a wry genial citizen.
James Daugherty, who. together with
James Hutchinson, assaulted a man on the
corner of Clifton street and Linden awnue
on Saturday nlghL was arrested yesterday.
Free coffee ami free biscuits, and how
to make them; for one day, Tuesday, at the
Arcade" groiery. Etirjboily imited.
Golden I tod baking powder and Hoyal Java
Miss Lizzie Evans, the charming little
soubrette, who appears soon at Mack's,
has sent word to supply all Elks with regu
lar house tickets, free of charge, and with
I her compliments.
Wittenberg college closes Friday for the
holidays. The trial of . S. Burtsfleld and
I Fred Gotwald, editors of the inHcubcrocr,
' fil. mleM.niifll mnA ..A..I.U.. nt .I..... ...Ill I...
"" Wlviiuiivi Mliu lirmi Ul UUl, Will UV
held on rriday evening.
It is hereafter in order to address Land
lord Tom Dugan, of the SL James, as
"Chairman Dngan. president of the I. B.
W. K. of Liks." The organization has
just sprung, Apollo-like, into a healthy ex
Mr. M. C. Kussell, of College aienue,
left today for Santa Ana, California, where
he has made a number of contracts to put
down his Improved Artificial Stone walk.
He was accompanied h) his brother-in-law.
I Mr. Andrew Burnitt, and will be absent
about three months.
Pave Swart r this morning filed an affi
davit In the? police court against Pat Canny
for breaking a w Indow in his saloon last
Wednesday evening. Canny says that the
I breaking of the window was an accident,
and that he offered to pay Swartz for it.
but that the latter declined to take pay.
For bargains in Anthracite coal go to
n neidon A Merrill. Grand opera bouse.
Special bargains in ladies
All Wool vests, only 75
cents. MURPHY & BRO.
Darin? thi month of December The
Kelson Business Coll-ge will sell echoU
arshipson the following term: $20
dtiru, balance 111 three (3) monthly
On Friday evening Mr. William Heaster
and Miss Maggie Ford, both of Cedarvltle,
Greene county, were united in marriage at
the bt. Paul M. r- parsonage, Dy tne liev
Thomas Collett. The )ouug couple will re
side m this cit).
Christmas sit the second Ireebyterten.
The ladiea of the Second Presbyterian
church are making arrangements for a nov el
and beautiful Christmas celebration. The
chief feature will be a series ot tableaux,
representing the famous statuary groups
Have luu been It?
The display of art porcelaln.daint) China,
Japanese ware and holiday good generally
made bv TV. 11. scnaus. tne soatn aiarnei
street iueensware dealer. Is the finest ever
made in this cltr. uon't fan to observe it.
The babe of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drumm,
residing at the corner of High and Market
streets, died on Saturday. The remains
were placed in the ault at Ferncllff yes
terday. Myrtle.t he Infant daughter of Mr.and MraJ
Kobert L. Burton, of 204 east North rant,
died last night at 11 o'clock, and wasburitd
at Greenmount this afternoon at 3 e'clock.
TRIALS OF PHYSICIANS.
A Iix-tr Talks of the Dtsarultles En
roimtrm! In Practicing; Medicine.
Tlie first five jears are the darkest in
a young; doi tor's life." said a well known
physician. "It does not matter how
nicely lie is getting on, lie is sure to liave
built his evtKCtutiims too high. A medi
cal tn in alwuvs thinks he is doing better
than he- is Leaving the sitnon pure
chant) cam out of the question alto
gether, I hive always thought myself
luckv if I rollected one-half of my ac
counts. While a reputable doctor looks
upon advertising ui a general way as
bOincthinr talxxxsl, man) of us, I doubt
;iot, in our voting days liave resorted to
driving rapidly through various streets
in the middle of the day. I never knew
this little scheme to hang fire, and by the
timo 1 got Kick to the olfice I frequently
found two or three calls on the slate.
"An officious friend of mine." contin
ued the doctor, "once advised me to set
tle in the cotintr), where the competition
v asu't so great. In six months I came
near starv iug to death. The place was
so sjurilv ivpled and the patu-nts so
far apart tliat im tune anil clothes were
worth more than my fees. By selling
my library I minagcsl to Iiuv a horse and
buggy, and go to w ork on the co-opera-the
pHn. I divided the county off into
four districts, each of which I visited
onco a week. My metlioJ vv.ls to krep a
faimlv in thorough rejvair for a stipulated
sum per month. Xcarlv all the mliabi
tants Ikt-aiiiu suliscriliers. and I might
have thrivtsl well on my little monopoly
if another smart doctor hadn't stepjicsl in
and reduced the rate. I returnetl to the
city, there setthsl dovv n and married, and
after haing had a couple of well known
men die on my hands, I found mjself fa
mous and in possession of a lucrative
"No. I don't think there is as much
bleeding of patients as is commonly sup1
jxtxl. Of course human nature is tin)
same in a doctor as in any olie else. II.
is always number one, and the patiCt
number two. There are some people'
whom jou liave got to keep on the ftck
list all tho time. Thev would not be
liajipy unless they could "tell their fliends
all about the torpidity of their liver Wl
the unsoundness of their lungs. A doctor
iniift humor such patients, and assure
thcui tiny are really ill whenever they
take a fancy to being so. This is a kind
of bleeding that will never stop so longas
tlu re are such people in the world. The
old diictor I studied under used to tell a
good story at his own expense. In his
early days of struggle a friend twitted
him upon taking so long to cure a patient.
Wh). man,' replied the old doctor. 'I
liave so few- patients tliat I can't afford to j
cure any of them.
SiK-iiking of quacks," continued the
doctor after a pause, "you would bVsur-pri-ed
w hat a strong hold the empirical
irattrmiy nas upon nervous people.
They .ire e-isily convinced that there isj
something awful the matter with them.j
An aggravated ease of this kind recently
came under my notice. A man, w hose
business oftcm called him from home for
months nt a time, rushed wildly into my
ofb.ee one day and begged me to v isit his
w ife. He said tliat if I couldn't get her
out of her megriins he would either liave
to procure a divorce or commit suicide.
It seouied that the woman, during one of
her husband's iienodical absences, fell
into the clutches of a female lecturer,
who bled her for all she was wortlu
When the husband returned he found her
the bliadow- of her former self. She was
melancholy and jeevish, and was slowly
vveanug herself aw ay. The w hole house
was turned into an apothecary shop, and
the w oman herself w as a walking adver
tisement of the empirics' wares. At
night she made herself ludeous by wear
ing a complexion mask and medicated
gloves tliat made her Iiands look like
tigar cured hauls. There was scarcely
in inch of her whole body tliat was as
nature made it. When I examined lier
Jio had on a liver d, two lung pads, a
pur ous plaster for a weak back, another
ffr a weak stomach (for the sake of
-ymmctry, I suppose;, belts and bands on
inns and legs to prevent varicose veins.
night loots to keep the feet warm, and
jugnctic clothing wherever tliere was
oom for it. The lied itself was fearfully
md wonderful) made, with all patent
Ipplianccs. I felt very sorry for the hus-
iand. who MS'ined to tliink a great deal
3f his wife. Ilowasver) patient with her.
lltliough more tlian once he confessed
,t was hard for a man to love, cherish
md protect a w oman w ho togged herself
out m such a fashion. It was a hard
sine to treat, but we linallv- conquered."
New-York Evening Sun.
C. Downey A Sen for
Senor Plo Pico, the last Mexican gover
nor of California, Is still living, aged
SO yean, at Los Angeles. He and General
Michael G. Vallejo offered all the armed re
sistance the) could when the Americans In
vaded California, but it was "no food." A
famous street In San Francisco is named
after General Vallejo.
VT. O. Downey A Son far
TheGen-ral M. E.
Ne York on May I.
Conference meets In
Ole Palsen. who sas mat ue has fished
in the Columbia nv er for eight years, caught
near Astoria. Ore., recently, a fish twelve
feet long, which he cantclasslfy. It wasn't
a sturgeon, and between the ayes was a
straight horn, thirteen Inches long, three
Inches in diameter at the base, and almost
as sharp as a needle.
Sweet cider for sale by the gallon or bar
rel, fresh from the 'press, at O. H. NetTs
grocery. No. 14S Clifton street.
VT. C. Dewoej at Hoofer
OF BUYING A SEAL
Real Kstate Trail. fern.
VT. F. Pajne (o G. C. KhcdeiUk, x in
terest in 2 lots in McCrelght's addition:
J. C. O'Btlfti to John J. OBrlen, lot in
Card's addition: t710.
William Wlldinan to IL G. Calvert et
al. 8 7-10 acres land in Madison township:
Edward S. Yeazell to Standard Oil Co ,
lot in Warder's sedition: SSOO.
A. J. and William Hllker to Kilian
Krapp, lot in linker's addition: Sl.'.U.
Howard P. Woods to C. and J. II.
Ulrick. lot in Buhl's addition: S .1,000.
W. 11. Houck et al. to W. J. White,
property In Stroud's addition: 3J.500.
Dennis llenchy to Anna Mahan, lot In
John Uorstman, sen , to John llorstman,
tun., lot in Edwardsvllle: $650.
George Sintz to William Mills et al,
17 71-100 acres land in Madriver townshin:
Benj. F. Allison to Arabella Allison,
property on east Clifton street: $2,000.
Nicholas Helfrich to John Mjers, lot in
Stroud's addition: Sl.soo.
Ella Sejs. to Susan Seltz. 5 acres of land
In Sprlogtield township: 8J.0O0.
Nicholas Frantz to Phebe A. Lane, i
acres land In Bethel township: S J60.
George Spence to William and Matilda
Lawton. lot In Spence's addition: $410.
Asa S. Bushnell to Harriet B. Dimond,
lot on east High street: SI.
Edward D. Irvine to Samuel T. Irvine,
lot on west Jefferson street: 81,000.
Gabriel Icenbarger to Mary E. Miller,
property on west High street: 81,000.
South Charleston Union Block Associa
tion to E. D. Went?, property In South
E. D. Wentz to Leon H. Ilousten, same
property as above: S3, 000".
C. C. Funk to L)dia A. Adams, quit
claim to Tlbbitts's addition: S107 5S.
E J. McLaughlin to W. M. Kearns, lot
in Tremont: 8100.
Samuel B. Hitter to Jacob G. Dice, 2 lots
In Rankin's subdivision: 8500.
E. G. Coffin et al. to Henry Radcllffe, lot
In Smith A Thomson's addition: 8350.
Kobert S. Widdicombe to James M-Wiet,
10 acres of land In Harmon) township:
Mary A. Stoner et al. to Stiles Bros., let
on west Pleasant street: $1,500.
Stockstill A Hoffa to B. II. Kannells, 4
lots In New Carlisle: $500.
Kannells A Hona to W. F. Stockstill, 4
lots in New Carlisle: $500.
Kannells A Stockstill to J. M. Hoffa, 4
lots In New Carlisle: $500.
Harry M. Rankin to Jacob G. Dice, 4
71-100 acres of land in Springfield town
G. F. Harris to Wm. Brennan. 4 acres of
land in Springfield township: 8400.
Wm. B. Baker, sheriff, to Huldah Baker,
lot In McCreight heirs' addition: $401.
Broadwel! Chinn to Wm. Chinn, jr., quit
claim to property on south Center street:
B. H. Kannells et al. to John E. Sajlors,
2 lots in New Carlisle: $350.
W. II. Reynols to Olive Hill, 1-6 Interest
in 1-fi1, acres land In Springfield township:
Asa Davis to Sarah E. Andrews, lot In
Bitter's sub-division, south of city: $500.
W. B. Baker, sheriff, to James Fleming,
41 30-100 acres land in Greene township:
Stiles Bros, to B. F. Funk Co.. lot
corner Isabella and Clark streets: $800.
W. B. Baker, sheriff, to Mary Dickson,
lot on Linn street: $1,370.
) U. M. Shepherd to I. M. Birney. lot in
Warder's addition: S-'OO.
W. B. Baker, sheriff, to Emma E. Card,
ot li Treroout, $360.
A. A. Howard to James Sheaff. lot In
borth Sartngfield: S650.
Ladies who wish to see
the best value in Dress
Goods in Springfield will de
well to call on MURPHY &.
Ionu., ana note ine Bargains
they offer in Suitings, from
25 cents up.
Try Wheldon & Merrill foreoaL
C Downey A Son tor
Union Co-eperattve Coal Co. sellsllock
Inj, Jackson and Sunday Creek.
CHARLES LUDLOW &
WE ARE OFFERING AT
Chamois Skins and Sponges, Bath Gloves
and Brushes, Mirrors, Hair Brushes,
Cloth Brushes, Whisk Brooms, and a gen
eral line of Toilet Goods.
CHARLES LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharmacists, 55 East Main Street.
OF CINCINNATI, ARE AT
E. BURKHARDT & CO.
For Today and Tomorrow Only,
Displaying and offering for sale to the Ladies of Springfield
a choice selection of
SEAL SKIN GARMENTS!
And SMALL FURS at the very lowest Prices for
SEAL JACKETS, $75: SEAL SACQUES, $125; SHORT
WRAPS, $85; SEAL
SEAL RAGLANS, $300.
A. E. BURKHARDT & CO.,
Do not forget the place of Display: ARCADE HOTEL.
FOR CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENTS. AT
SPRINGFIELD PAPER COMPANY
NO. 78 EAST MAIN STREET.
. E. BURKHARDT& CO.
Itl urn Fngngrment In ttprlngfleM.
Mr.G. S. Steven.renre'eiiting tills famous
fur house of the west, is at the Arcade ho
tel parlors for today and tomorrow, with
a choice selection of seal skin garments for
tne inspection of the ladles or bpriiigheld.
A. E. Ilurkhardt & Co. are too well-known
in our cit) to need an) introduction.
Fifty dozen three-quarter
size Linen Napkins, only
$1.75. Our customers tell
us "nothing to compare
with in the city under $2.50
MURPHY & BRO.
Mr. T. W. Bean, the harness maker, has
removed his place of business from No. 24
south Limestone street lo No. 18 north
Limestone street, in 1L James hotel block.
Coal Co., 1? south
The new president of
lie is near-sighted.
the French repub-
N.it Ilnrillu Flint.
The west end headquarters for Christinas
tree ornaments and all other Chustmas
presents in the bakery and confectionery
line in the city at Frank A Max's, No. 107
west Main street. We have a complete
line of new and desirable goods. Out
home-made and imported candies are puie
and the besL Our prices are rock bottom.
It will pay )ou to call on us before purchas
Buy Hocking and Jackson coal of Braley
A Barber, No. 77 south Market street
Its superior excellence proven In millions ot
homes tor more than a quarter of a century.
It Is used by the United Mates Government.
Itnaorsea oy tne neaas oi me itreai uoiicni.
ties as the Strongest. Purest. Most Healthful.
Tie. PHee'a the nnlr Ilaklnir Powder that does
not contain Ammonia. Lime or Alum. Sold
only In (Jans
PRICK BAKINO POWDER CO..
Smw TORK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUM.
Tke Cm Laxll.h. rrMriUaa
Cures lleaAneu. iermarorrAa,
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Pacltlc R.U To 's Jrltlle-tve Cincinnati. Tues
day. Uec 17. isst. with rullman's I'alace.
Bullet, sleepingOrs. running through to Cal
ifornia points without change. Tickets sold
daily at lowest rates ror space in sleepers,
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A GREAT BARGAIX
THE PARLORS OF THE
SEAL, AND YOTJ "WTXjL
A large proportion of the baking powders in the
market contain Ammonia, Alum, or Acid Phos
phates, and as a matter of prudence housekeepers
should insist upon knowing ALL the ingredients
of their favorite brand. A knowledge of one of
the ingredients is of little value, as it is no
guarantee of the wholesomeness of the others;
hence no reliance should be placed on any
baking powder unless the manufacturers plainly
state each and every ingredient used in its
If your patronage for a baking powder has been
obtained by artfully written advertisements exten
sively circulated, note carefully whether or not
its manufacturers impart to the public a knowl
edge of every ingredient that enters into their
compound. Where this information is withheld
would it not be wise to discontinue the use of
that particular kind of baking powder and
purchase instead one so pure and free from
objectionable ingredients that there is in it
nothing to conceal?
Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder is made
only of strictly pure Grape Cream of Tartar,
Bicarbonate of Soda, and a small portion of flour,
and does not contain Ammonia, Alum, Lime,
Acid Phosphates, or any adulteration whatever.
CLEVELAND BROTHERS, Albany, N. Y.
WHITE SATIN SUSPENftERSN
SILK UNO PLUSH NECKWEAR !
SIliK, SATIN AND CASHMERE
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. LEATHER COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES,
FANCY NICHT SHIRTS,
Furs, Robes, Gloves, Umbrellas, etc.
, WISE &
Know that many ef the people ef Springfield forgot to
call and purchase frsn their stock in the early part of
the seas'en, such goods as weald have made their homes
mere attractive, but nw that the Fall Season is right
en, and we have the cheapest and prettiest goods ever
effered, come right along and see style and neatness yeu
never dreamed ef. We have
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DISHES
The best Red Cress Heating Steves, and Ceek Steves,
and Ranges, and in fact everything the housekeeper
needs. Chamber Suits se cheap and good ; Parlor goods
way down and se nice for a little money. Den't wait,
but buy early and eojey the benefit of the best selection.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM,
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HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
GOODS CAM.ID FOR A5D BELIYEKED. TELEPHONE 188.
Superior to alt
rralt Salts and Mineral
For IndlKestlon.Drspeesta. Headache. Costlreness, Prlcklj
Heat. Tetter, bait Rheum. Scum and all disease attain
from a disordered condition ot the stomach.
AT.Ii Sc CO.,
TESTES 40 TEARS. BEST APEKIEXT KXOWX.
Pleasant to the taste. Cooling Refreshing. InvlRoratlnictdapt-
I ed to all climates and reasons.
I DRV in Dowder and effert es-
Iceat. aa-Oon't fall to use It.
PRICK. 31 CKJ.TS.