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12 l-2c PER POUJiD.
$1.00 TER (J ALLOW
Send us your Orders for Canning.
Or fiiio, White Pearl Potatoes,
30c per bu., at either store.
91 and 03 Wt Slain St. and 40 South Mar.
fcet M, Wprtncfleld, O.
II work.
A rood Ctrl lor Keneral hocs
Apply at 111 ncrtti Limestone
WANTED Immediately: cood Kirl for cen
tral housework. Apply 151 west Pleat-
ant street, or &S Arcade.
WASTED A young lady to learn dress mak
Inc. Only good sewers need apply to
Mrs. J. . Cushinc. Ml Gallagher street. aout h
of Clifton street. 51b
TTTANTKD Two cood,
strong boys to help
pipe filters. Call at R. P.
ai south Limestone street.
Willis' &
Sons. So
"WASTED House, about 7 rooms; central
IT location. Address. S.T. Co.. M Areade-
WASTKD-Ladles. local or traveling. A
l wonderful entirely new specialty for la
dies only. H dally easily made; no photo, no
pMntlnc: particulars free. Mrs. II. 1. Little.
Chicago. 111. a)mr
"WASTED A German Ctrl lor general house
II work In small family; good vages. Ap
ply at corner of Jefferson and Market streets.
LADIES wanted to get up Tea Clubs for our
Pure Teas and Coffees. A host of useful
articles to select from as premiums. Send for
Illustrated Price and Premium List. Special
Offer: To every tenth person that answers
this advertisement, we will send free one
pound of choice Tea. Address. Satlonal Tea
and Coffee Co- Boston. Mass.
WASTED A live, energetic man. to repre
sent us: 175 per month, and expenses
Goods staple; every one buys; outfit and par
ticulars re. Standard 811verware Co.. Bos
ton. FOR RENT.
FOR REST Blacksmith shop and offlcet
Appls at J.F.McUrew's law office. 2 east
Main street.
FOR REST Large store room on Main
street. Kent low. Inquire of Thomas
FOR SALE Counters and fixtures
at Savings Bark.
Three lots on Mound
street, just east of East street; also money
to loan. Inquire of C. B. Klssell. real estate
and loan agent. Room 5. Commercial block.
Limestone street. ft
rrtT LOAS Monev to Loan-Call at Geo.
X Coles, room So. 1. Lagonda bank butlolmrrj
if you want to borrow money on.H?coin j
inerelal paper or on real esta"Xurity- 47t I
lIi)SJEYTOL)AX Itfsumi of oU) to S10W0
" 31T on tliK Eo live years time, on first mort
gage or approved commercial paper. Thro.
A. rtlck, -.feast High street. 4T,bsr
ISFORMATIOX that will lead to the identifi
cation of James Magher. or Meagher, who.
with his brother, was lost In Chicago from bis
parents. about ISM. It Isbelleted thatbeat
one time, or Is now living in Springfield. O
ddress V. Magher. tort lates.uaaota. ler.
Contractor and Builder.
Store and office furniture made toorder: also
doors, verandas, mamtles. Inside blinds, hand
rail, stairs and screens. Estimates and spec!
fleations furnished on application. 31 north
Center street. Springfield. O.
At the highest market price Send for
Price Current to the Old Krllable ru'rier
and FurMerchants. Established !
.A- E. llUKlvHARDT A: CO.
113 West F urth and 113 and 114 Baker
street. Cincinnati. O
Ganuine Georce's Bank
Very finest Extra large thick strips.
Holland Herring by the single one or keg.
We have the largest and best Xo. 1 Shore
Mackerel in the Hty. Try our
Small Spiced Pickles,
Choice Mixed Pickles and a very fine line
of Bottled Goods.
Xew York Cream Cheese; we keep only
th best.
Fanci Groceries a specialty.
Tre Delivery. Telephone 3.
ff lIMi )
adapted to the resources of an ordinary house
hold. This book, and another called "Cereal Foods." charmingly
illustrated with original engravings of " Hiawatha's Fasting,"
will be sent to any one who will mention where this advertise
ment was seen, and enclose a two-cent stamp for postage to
the Cerealine M'l'g Co., Columbus, Ind
Made of the best material, perfect fit, and superior to Shoes usually sold for
put a Shoe ou the market that we claim to be the best Shoe sola for $3. We
Shoe. We im ite a personal inspection and comparison before purchasing.
IF your grocer docs not keep the Ivory So.vr, send six two cent
stamps, to pay postage, to Procter and Gamble. Cincinnati, and
they will send you, free, a large cake of Ivory Soap.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 'Ivory' ;"
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualifier
of th genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright 1SS6. by l-rocler 4 Gamble.
Dr.CasDerhaall the best Couch Loiences
and Candles fresh and cood. adapted for
Coughs and Colds.
Horeiiound Coagh Candy,
Wild Cherry Coogh Candj-,
Coltsfoot Rock Candy,
Capsicum Lozrtlgpa,
Tar Cough Drops,
Llrorlci Lozenge?,
Lime Fruit Tablets,
Tine Tar Cough Candy,
Peppermint Lozengrsi,
Pure Stick Licorice.
All for sale at Lowest Prices at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
riaher'aBlock. MalnStret,3d Door West
of Limestone. Springfield.
Gkam). Frederic Bryton in 'Forgiten,"'
Thursday and Friday, March 3 and .
Black's. Ill Henrj's minstrels Satur
day, March .'.
Graxd. "S!Ier Kine," Monday even
ing. March 7.
Black'-. Prof. Crocker's celebrated
college of educated horses, one week, com-
mencinc Mondays March 7.
Mr. l!ouMiicli?!!is in l)aton today.
Jarue-Iitirlihe was station-housed last
'light for drunkenness.
Mr. James L. Hodgers returned this
morning from Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kuvsell, of Youngs
towii, are in the city today.
Councilman Jacob Kom returned this
niwrninc from a northern trip.
Mr. W. Klierly left this morning ia the
Bee Line for Wichita, Kansas.
Mr. Oscar T. Martin went to Columbus
this morning on legal business.
Stated communication of Champion
lodge, N'o. r.0, F. & A. M., tonight
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I.. Kockfield aree
pscted liome from Xew Orleans Saturd.iv.
Judge John A. Price and wife, of Bill -
fnutaine, are In the city, the guests
of .
The James O'-Vell "Monte Cristo" party j nrst members of the church here and the
went to Dayton via the Pan Handle this parting scenes between them and thecon
tnnnilnir i gregatiou at tl e church last evening were
General A. S. Bushncll and wife will at
tend Governor Foraker's reception at Co-
lumbus tomorrow (Thurslay) evening.
Miss Morganroth. of Bellefontaine, who
has been the guest of Springfield friends
for several days, returned home this morn
ing. Mrs. Lenhatt, matron of the Children's
Home, continues very ill, and there is little
permanent improvement Miss Fannie
Bragg, one the nurses, is better.
The presentation of "The Doctor of Al
cantara," by Springfield talent which was
announced to occur on Monday evening,
March 14th, has been )o,tponed until after
The east-bov ml trains on the Bee I.li.e
have been late for several days on account
of the high water at Cincinnati. The
trains cannot get into the Grand Central
The venerable Judge West, of Bellefon
taine, was In the city a short time this
morning. He was on his waytoMarys
ville where he was going on Important legal
Mr. Charles A. Baird, of Zanesville. is
the guest of his brother, Mr. M. G. Bainl,
the genllemvnly 'manager of the Lagonda
house. Mr. Baird is on his way to Galvas
ton, Texas.
,HE Cerealine
- Look-book con
tains two hundred
original recipes, prepared by
a professional cook who was
chief at the White House
during several administra
tions, and who was recom
mended to the Cerealine
MTg- Co. by Delmonico,
of New York. His recipes
were then tested by a lady
well known as an authority
.in home cookery, and by her
How Mother KmifTiiiRii!. Itlrtliilay wri
Celebrated Yestertlny.
The residence of Mr. Benjamin Kautf
maii, corner of Wanl and Center streets,
was the scene of festHity and niiitli yester
day (Tuesday), March 1st, the occasion be
ing the Olth nniersary of Mother
Kauffman's birthday. The day dawned
beautifully bright and its merry beams
added an additional luster to the )eautifull
decorated table ladened with rare
fruits and blooming flowers. A
large and merry company sat
down at 1 o'clock to the sumptuous dinner.
Mother Kautfman, seated at the head of
the table, returned thanks, and was seem
ingly as xoung and happy as any of the
four generations represented. There w ere
present Mr. Benjamin KaulTmaii and fam
ily, Mr. Henry Kauffman and wife from
Columbus. Mr. W. II. KaulTman and wife
and Miss Zelma from Columbus, Mrs. I.iz
zie Sutherland Herron, granddaughter, of
yoming, (J., and ner two sons, vt ulieand
Tom: Mrs. Anna Belle Moore and daughter
Verna, of Springfield, O.: Mr. I.. S. Fish.
brother of Mrs. Benjamin KaulTman. of
CIe eland, ().; Miss Kleanor Haker, Mrs.
A. W. Woodbury, of Springfield. O.
"(iraiidma" was the recipient of lovely
anil valuable gifts from every one present.
After dinner, letters of regrets were read
(containing kind remembrances) from Mrs.
Verna Sutherland Bates, grand-daugh
ter, from Cleveland, O.; Mrs. Kate Wilson,
a daughter, from Strator. Ill.j Mrs. .Tuna
V. Chamberlain, daughter, of Ypsilauia.
MickiMrt Lambkin, grauddaugliter.
rom Titlin. Ohio, and B. A. Partington,
grandson, from Lafaj ette, Ohio. JSIie was
also kindly remeuilx-red by Mrs. George
Horner. Mrs. John P. Winters, Mrs. J. I).
Otstot. Mrs. Foster, Mrs. I.egg, Mrs. John
Coal and Mrs. Nathaniel Kinsman, all t(
Springfield, and others who called through
the day to pay their respects to this vener
able old lady, who is unier-ally beloved.
on.PartlAau Conventlun and Caurusm.
The vv ard caucuses of the non-partisans
to nominate, ward officers and to elect dele
gates to the city convention, will be held as
i heretofore announced, Tuesday, Match 8.
I But the city convention will bo postponed
I from Wednesday, March y, to Monday,
March H.
Klder George Englebarger. so long !n the
pulpit of the Seventh Day Adventists'
church In this city, has received a call to
change his field of labor to Atlanta, Ga.
He lias accepted the call and this morning
left for that place.accompauled by his wife,
Elder and Mrs, Knglebarger vv ere among the
affecting In the extreme. Elder McClelland
j will occupy the pulpit of the Springfield
church for the present
Fred Moss, familiarly known as "Doc."
Moss, was arrested this morning on the
general charge of drunkenness and dlsor-
ilerly conduct "Doc" was drunk last
night and this morning, and was raising
Cain with his family. "Doe," informed
the mayor that he was an old offender, and
his honor fined him S'J and costs.
Mr. John Dodds, one of Xenla's oldest
citizens, and the father of Mr. Sam Dodds,
the popular Pan Handle ticket agent In this
city, is lying at the point of death. He is
suffering from gangrene, and there is little
hope of his recovery. Mrs. Dodds is al-o
In a serious condition, being confined to
her bed by a dislocated hip.
A slight and anonymous accident oc
curred at the Columbia street watering
trough this morning. One po-rtj's horse
got to backing and backed clear across the
street Another man vv as unable to get out
of the way with his horse and vehicle and
took a wheel off the first part). Xo blood.
This morning a vv est bound I. B. & W.
freight broke in two at the I.imeotone
street crossing. In less than half a minute
a dozen railroaders had boarded the rear
section and begun to apply the brakes.
The sections were coupled and the train
proceeded westward.
Mr. Ed Voigt of the Lagonda house, re
turned home this morning from Cleveland,
where he has been for several davs on
business. He will leave for Chattanooga,
Tenn., next vv eek to perfect arrangements
for the opening of the Palare hotel of that
Mr. C. K. Davidson, of the Columbus
Journal, sent his three-year-old grand
daughter, Gertie Hamilton, to Dai ton, all
alone and in charge of a Little Miami con
ductor. The little one changed ears at
Xenia and arrived safely at her destination.
Miss Ella Statford, of the Troy telephone
exchange, and Miss Hawthorne, also of
Troy, were in the city last evening, and at-
tendeded the performance of "Monte Cris
to" at the Grand.
Miss I.aura Barnett of IJrb.ina. returned
home today atter a very pleasant v Mt with
various friends in the city.
Professor Bornstein's dancing class gave
a very delightful club ball in the Johnson
building last night
Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiioh's
Cure, For sale by F. A. Garwood.
Coming Ktent. In the Nprhigfleltl Opera
House. "Monte Crl-lo" I.,t iglit.
Mr. James O'Neil and his company pre
sented "Munle Cristo" to an liiiinense au
dience at the Grand opera limise last night.
"Monte Cristo" has been seen before In
Springfield, but It was thoroughly enjojeil
by the audience last night. Mr. O'Neil. as
Kdiiinnd Djiites and the Count of Minte
Cristo, was really admirable. His imper
sonation of the characters was a strong and
well sustained piece of acting, and elicited
the most hearty applause. The company,
taken as a whole, was fairly good, hut
there were some weak points In It. Mr.
O'Setl will alwas be cordially received by
Springfield theater-goers.
TI1K (.IIK.lT iioksi fiirc vtim:.
rnoF. i.. k. riiocKi.it.
Prof. K. C. Crocker's eciuirationals, or
college ot educated Arabian horses, eigh
teen in number, will be at Black's oiiera
House an next wceK.
A clean, bright, vv Itty performance is
promised all at Black's opera house, on the
first appearance of this company in Spring
held on Saturday, March Mil. Xo company
on the road give as line an entertainment
and so thoroughly free from the Usual vul
garities. Two and one-half hours of solid
laughter. A first part of magnificence, an
olio of more than ordinary specialties, and
an afterpiece siierior to anvthing ever wit
nessed in Springfield, while the dancing.
etc. is of the finest Mr. Henry's solos on
the solid gold cornet alone, is worth the ad
mission. Don t miss it.
The play, "Forgiven." which is to be
presented at the Grand on Thursday and
Friday evenings, March 3d and 4th, by Mr.
Fred Brj ton and his superb company has
made a brilliant success everv where. The
Sew Haven .Vornliiy Juiiriml sajs:
"The New Haven o;era house was
thronged in all patts last niht by an audi
ence which had assembled to greet the im
ular favorite actor, Frederic Itryton. Mr.
Brvton had appeared here within ten weeks,
at which time he mi thoroughly won the es
teem aud admiration of our theater-goers
by his remarkably line performance of Jack
Diamond in the beautiful drama. "Forgiv
en," that anv thing less than the heart j re
ception he received lastnlg'ii werelmHissi
h's. Tiiat Brj ton is a peculiarly gilted man
In many ways is beyond pradienture. He
walks right into the hearts of hisauditorson
his first entrance, and he remains there
during the performance without an effort.
He charms all by his magnificent presence;
he thrills us by his marvellous earnestness
and force and elicits our warmest sympa
thies by his manly tenderness. In Jack
Diamond. Mr. Brj ton has tiven us a char
acter creation that bids fair to live as long
as Jefferson's "Kip Van Winkle" or Soth
ern's "Dundrearj." The exquisitely drawn
storj of the pla, "Forgiven." has so
nventlv been given in these, columns that
It is unnecessary to repeat It at this time.
It is ouo of the best dramas that have been
produced in years, abounded in great human
interest and replete with strong situations
and thrilling climaxes. There is plenty of
delightful humor cleverly interiersed with
the working out or the plot, and the char
acttrs are all well drawn.
Seats are now on sale at the usual
Meeting nt Temjernnee Hull Tomorrow
Night Solicitor .summers to Eluci
date. There will tie a citizens' meeting at Tem
perance hall tomorrow, Thursday, evening
under the auspices of the Prohibition club,
for the purpose of discussing the police
judge matter. Voters of every party are
cordially invited to be present Solicitor A
S. Summers has kindly consented to be
present and explain the provisions of the
bill not giie his jiersonal attitude toward
it After Ins remarks, the evening will be
deleted to a discussion of the bill, in which
all present so far as time pnnits, will b
at liberty io take ptrt
Four llenrta tlint Anplro todu iIipTuikVi t.
Benjamin F. Worthington has sued for
divorce trom Emmi Worthingington on the
grounds of willful absence. The parties
were married January bth. IhSl. Mary
McDargh asks for divorce from Edward
McDargh for continual cruelty and abuse.
A restraining order was issued to prevent
the defendant from disposing of his house
hold property.
Hardie Toms, a former inmate of the
Children's home, who was recently sent to
the Columbus as)lum for the blind for
treatment took sick at the latter Institution
Friday and died Monday. The body was
shipped to the Children's home and received
j esterday. when it was interred. The boy
w as ten j ears of age.
Mr. A. S. Frazer, cashier of the Xenia
National bank, ami Mr. llarley Owens, a
contractor, both of Xenla, were in the city
today examining the various banks, with a
view to getting ideas for the remodeling the
Xenia National.
The Worthington Circle will meet at
Mr.-. S. F. Myers', No. 110 east Pleasant
street, Thursday, March ", at -:S0 p. in.,
There will be a meeting of the city mem
bers of the prohibition county central com
mittee at the Temieraiice hall Thursday
P. J. Clevenger, Ei., went to Wilming
ton this morning, where he is engaged in
an interesting law suit
Fifth ward republicans meet ton'ght at
Arlxigasfs carpenter shop, on Dib-rt strtet
Scrofula, salt rheum, all humors, boils,
p'mples, and disease of the MihxI, general
debilitv, djspepsia. biliousness, sick head
ache, kidney and liver compHints, catarrh
add rliHUUiitiiiu, are cured by Iiood'sSirs
aparill. Take it now. 100 Doses One
Bonner says Maud S.
even at 6300,000.
is not for sale not
VjiaV C.CC. C0mplalnt of
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con-I
sumption. Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
Ackers tngnsii ueineavr it is tue Desi
preparation known for all I.ung Troubles, j
sold on a positive guaranti
ranteo at tuc, ouc,
Frank II. Cobleutz, eorner Market and
High streets.
. Every pair warranted. All styles of toe in Congress, Kutton and Lace. The ijr.'at demand for a shoe at this price h is induced us to
have made such improvements ou these Shoes over all other makes that there can be eo question to our claim of selling the best $3
. Who came into our store last Saturday night to make a
purchase of Clothing for himself and younger brother, is
the living example of the confidence that parents con
fide in us. The incident is worthy of a brief synopsis,
and will furnish a morcel of food for parental reflection.
Not yet seven years of aqe, the subject of this occur
rence marched into the store with the grace and dignity
of a gentlemen, and unnoticed by the many customers in
the men's and youths' department, without any boyish
hesitancy, and with a business look on his little face, he
asked the salesman to show him those dark colored
suits advertised last week to sell at $2.50. Four
styles were presented, and one selected. "Anything
more ?" said the salesman. "Yes," replied the youth
ful buyer, "I want a pair of fifty-cent knee pants for my
little brother, aged five years." The assortment was
pulled over by his dainty hands, and a pair picked out
that suited his fancy. "That is all," said he, and the
goods were quickly wrapped up, and paid, with an air of
modest pride that was pleasing to observe. The trans
action completed, the salesman made the customary re
mark, viz.: '-If the goods are not satisfactory to you or
your parents, please return them and get your money,
or exchange them for others." "Oh." said the young
ster, "I know that, because my papa has bought clothes
in this store for himself and us boys for a long time, and
he wants me to learn to buy my own things, and sends
me to stores where I will be treated politely, and not
be cheated because I'm a little boy. Good night, sir,"
and away he nimbly scooted.
Comment is not needed, except to say that it is pleas
ant to relate this diminutive and simple circumstance,
that strengthens the ties of business friendship.
Wlmt Unking Ponder Mixll XV e lr
This plain question comes honi to every
housekeeper. We all desire pure and
wholesome food, and this cannot be had
with the use of impure or poisonous baking
powder. There can be no longer a question
that all the cheaper, loner grades of baking
powders contain either alum, lime or pros
phatic acid. As loth as we may be to ad
mit so much against what may have been
some of our household goods, there can tie
no galnsaving the unanimous testimony of
the official chemists. Indeed, analysts
seem to tine no baking powder entirely free,
from some one of these objectionable ingre
dienLs except t!. Itojat, and that they re
port as chemically pure. We find some of
the Baking Pondera advertised as pure, to
contain, under the tests of Profs. Chandler.
Habirsha. and others, nearly twelve per
cent of lime, while others are made from
allium with no cream of tartaf. This, we
presume accounts for their lack of leaven
ing powder as sometimes complained of by
the cook, and for the bitter taste found in
the biscuits so frenueutlj complained of Ly
But a-Ide from the inferiority of the work
done bj these isiwders, the ph siologists
assure us that lime and alum taken into the
system In such quantitr as this are injurious.
They are not decomposed by heat nor dis
solved in mixing or baking. They go with
the bread, therefore, into the stomach,
where their physiological effects are indi
gestion, djspepsia. or worse evils.
The question naturally arises, why do
cheap baking powder makers use these
things-.1 Alum is three cents a pound, lime
still cheaper, while cream of tartar costs
thirty-five or forty. Tte reasons for the
chemical purity of the Koyal Baking Pow
der were recently given in the New Vork
Time in an interesting description of a
new method of renning argols, or crude
cream of tartar. It seems that It is onlyi
under this process tliitt cream of tartar can
be freed from the lime natural to it aud
rendered chemically pure; that the patents
and plant for this cost the I loyal Cakingi
Powder Company about tialf a million dol
lars, and that they maintain exclusive con
trol of the rights.
Prof, McMurtrie. late chief chemist of
the Department of Agriculture at Washing
ton. 1). C. in the Interests of commerce.
made an examination of this process, and
reported upon the results attained in the
refined cream of tartar. The following ex
tract from his resrt would seem to answer
the question repeated at the head of this
article, and which is so frequently pro-
nounded by the housekeeiier :
'.I have examined the cream of tartar
used ry the Koyal Baking Powder Company
hi the manufacture of their baking powder,
and find it to be perfectly pure, and free
from lime in any form. The chemical
tests to which 1 have subm'tted the Koyal
Baking Powder prove perfectly healthful,
and free from any deleterious sub-tance."
TcYVP& that are fretfnl. peevish,
JVX,VVS cross, or troubled -ith
Windy Uollc, Teething; 1'ains. or
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine.
hence is safe. Price 5 cents. Sold bv
Frank II. Coblentz. corner Market and
High streets.
Douglass calf shoe for men
the Arcade Shoe store.
at 52.:
John F. Smith, treasurer of Jackson
tntv nship. Stark county, Ohio, is missing.
He drew Ml.'JOO of the township funds, de
wsited S2,.r.00 in bank, took STOO home
with him end started for Cleveland. Foul
play is suspected.
Mmuu rilmaii.
1 have tried jourGooch'sMexicanSprup,
and am pleased to say it is by far the best
thing I ever used in my life for coughs and
colds. Just a few doses for each served to
cure my three children aud myself of se-
v ere coughs and colds. You can make
auy use of this jou wish.
Of I'llman, Dreifus A Co., Cigar Manu
facturers. Cincinnati.
Ex-Alderman O'Neil, New Vork,
go to biug Sing.
Hathawav. Soul X- Harrington hand
sewed calf shoe for men fur St, at the Ar
cade Shoe house.
J.ace curtains cleaned as nice as new; all
grades, at the Springfield steam dye worCs.
Center street
A circular has been Issued giving for the
first time the names of the assassins who
murdered McMuuu at Kavenna and killed
Dettclive Hid Uan. It appears that Mc-
Muuii is Matthew Kenned v, and the res
cuing party was led by Charles Coukliii,
alias .Morgan, both well known in police
circles in .viKiugnn.
,soVov, Blood Elixir istheonl7
VVj'wV-, Biroc! Bemedy guaran-
teed. It is a positive cure for Clcers. Erup
tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
wholosygtem, and banishes all Rheumatic
aau .sLuraigic pains. o guarantee it
Frank II. Coblentz,
High streets.
corner Market and
"iTpToii lew weeks ago I considered my
self the champion Dyspeplic of America.
Durtcgtlie years that I lute been affiieted
I have tried almost everjthlng claimed to
be a specific for Dyspepsia In the hope of
fludltig something th.it ttould alTord ier
munent relief. 1 had about niide up my
mind to abandon all medicines when I
noticed an endorsement of Mitimou
Liver llrgiit.itor by a prominent fieor
k'l.in. a Jurist whom I knew, and concluded
to try its effects in my case. I have used
but two bottles, aud am satisfied that I
hate struck the right thing at last. I felt
its beneficial effects almost immediately.
1'nlike all other preparations o( a similar
kind, no special instructions are required
as to what one shall or shall not eat. This
fact aloue ought to commend It to all
troubled with Iiyspepsla.
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Solicitor ot American and Foreign
Room 5 Arcade Building,
Rra.rb tcpirlrs: Washington. D.C.; Lon
Ion EQg , Paris. France.
DA. 1 1 8L01T
Would respectfully announce that he has
resumed the practice of Dentistry in this
city. Office and Residence :
No. 185 South Limestone St
Ladies will please have their djelng done
now, before the rush begins, at the Spring
field steam dvewuiks. Center street
A set of teeth, SS. K ttracting. 23 cents.
Rowland, dentist. Black's opera house.
PROF. Mil of Wittenberg College,
Recommends Cleveland's Superior Baking
Powder, and condemns the use of Ammonia
in Ming rowfler.
This is to certify that I have examined
Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder, samples of
which I purchased in open market, and that i
can recommend it as a good, wholesome, and
unadulterated article. It does not contain
ammonia, an ingredient of many baking powders,
and one which I regard as highly objectionable,
since it seriously impairs digestion. I have
examined biscuits baked
powder, and have found, as has been repeatedly
declared, that the ammonia was still there.
Cleveland's powder gave the amount of pure
carbonic acid claimed for it by the manufacturers.
EDGAR F. SMITH, Ph. D., F. C. S.,
Prof, of Chemistry in Wittenberg College
Springfield, O., January i, 1887.
Quinine Hair Tonic
For the preservation and restoration nf the Hair
Excites the Scalp to new and healthy action, re
moves dandruff, prevents the hair from falling off,
and in a majority of cases will produce a fine growth
of new hair.
Pharmacists, No. 55 East Main Street.
As we are closing out stock of Wheels carried over
from last season.
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One Facille Safety, good as new, ... $ 75
One 57 in. Light Roadster, 86 pattern, good as new, 125
One 50 inch, Springfield make, second hand, - - 25
Any of the above Wheels sold ONE-HALF DOWN, bal
ance in payments.
L. F. OLDS & BR0,
The most widely known Furniture House on this Continent,
are about to retire from business and will sell every dollars7
worth of Furniture, Mirrors, Draperies, Turkish, Persian
and Domestic Rugs, Portieres, Lace Curtains, Table Spreads,
Upholstery Goods, Oriental Goods, Novelties, etc., in their
Five Immense Buildings 27 Floors,
SI, 000,000 WORTH
Of the choicest goods eyer brought together at y.iur own
pi Ice, at auction or private sale. Your fare to Cleveland
can bq saved a dozen fold 011 eveu a moderate purchase.
Watch lor future announcements in tlrs paper.
with an ammoniated
One 52 in. American Chal
lenge, shop worn, - $ 60
One 54 in. American Chal
lenge, best finish, - 85
One 52 in. Singer's Chal
lenge, ball bearings, 95
One 52 in. Amer. Rudge,
ball bearings, - - 100
One 50 in. Expert, full
nickle, good as new, 90
One 52 in. Amer. Cham
pion, balls all around, 100
Ond 54 in. Standard Co
lumbia, painted, sec
ond hand, - - - 50
Schulte's Shoe Stores. 25 East Main St. and 15 West Main St.
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