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REPUBLIC, THUESDAY EVENEJTG !MAKCH 17. 18R7.
II i FLOUR BUT ONLY THE BEST. Not the cheapest is price. Low Ertred Flour usually meBH poor read. Our famous "Gold Duttt" and "Sea Foam" braads, nade by the Hungarian proms, is the btt Flour cold in the titv. Sam ple sacks sent out on approTal, warranted the whitest and most nil ritious in the market.' Costs nl a few cents mor than com mon grades. kiYviUAV BARQAIN STOKES, 91 and 03 Wnt Main St. ud 0 South MM- kettU-HprlBslleld.O. SHIRTS! Call and leave your measure for our FINE CUSTOM SHIRTS Best materials Perfect In rit. Well Made In any Style. Don't pay traveling humbugs two prices for Keady-niaue onins, unaer iuc prcwM.1 of having them 'made to order." yuj THE SHIRT MAKER, 0. ESTMA1S8TKEET. PEOPLES COLUMN. WAX rED-s-alesman can aaa iai iinv. m. mules: oneKeiii earned J4M others .J ". I IW T O. Box UCT. Sew ork . WA I hl Afl f X f S Hotn laaies "" aen .lemenTto sell the "Beam" pillow .ham. nolde! aid other articles. or term. ai.o ter rtlnry .ildreis with Ump Beatty Co- P-Je. Venn. . ITT if 1 iiyonep-iseiin Information W in'iWtSthertlljf SHVlHMKlS dwiwJ.wm pleae notify Mn.I.U.Knj Ut a" a ---- " XtTASTBD-Kenot, cirl to work and blpln H store, at Xo. 47 Marketplace. 60 WANTED competent laay Dooa-epr Address Bo 250. city. -ITT iSTaE- B.-11 boys at the Arcade otef w r a v-Ir C-n-.11 hnfiaua nr M. fiW rOOtDS. Ad -v &-ww." " .rrkii. at dress j. wpuwtw. ...-.. a. -! -.... -nit A Anrml flOUt? Vora: must be competent. Applyatonce at a norm jire. ... WAXTEDCJJilaill'K-i . JoJ' and book, printer, one who thoroughly un dersund.thebjsioess; none other n-edapj Z.,1 .H.. Lock Box zs.Daiton.O. 62 1 WAXTEU-nrders tor the .removal of dead animals will be prompUy attended to bj WAXTED-To Inform housekeeper, that I will attend to varnishing furniture at their own houses, putting ?, "JKXS and Jobbing In general, on receipt of postal addressed to John Thompson, 136 west : 1 leas ant street. MMa GOVERNMENT TESTS. The Royal Baking Powder Declared Superior to all others. The fact that Royal -Baking Powder is, in all respects, the best baking powder offered to tho public has been established beyond question. Prof. II. A. Mott, when employed by the U. S. Govern ment to analyze the various baking powders mi the market to determine which was the best and most economical, after an extended investigation, reported in favor of the Royal, and it was adopted for government use. . Prof. Mott has continued his examinations of baking powders sold at the present day, and now affirms it as his deliberate judgment, arrived at after most thorough research and a careful examination of the principal brands of the market, that the Royal is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. Prof. Mott, in his recent report, says : "The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in many tests made both for that company and the U. S. Government. " I will go still further and state that, because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. Dk. HENRY A. MOTT, Pu.D." LaU U. 8. GocernmaU CJumiH. MEN WHO WANT YACHTS. INSANITY BETRAYED BY THEIR WILLINGNESS TO PAY A BIG PRICE. SPRING MEDICINES FRESH SEIDLETZ POWDERS. TT.Af.il l.v.Hv. and & invlentlTO Or cure oflck Headache. Sour stomach or Heart burn. They are reireshlne and agreeable, lor sale si nlr or In boxes. Frehl y made and lor sale by CASrKR. Druggist. SOLD I0S CITRATE aUGXESlA. Palatable as lemonade, very efflclent as a laxative or purgative; also useful In tevery. It.tl.... anit ll.1arhff. AlW.VS IreSD. made by an Improved formula and JoraaieaM CASPER'S Drug Stort, rUher.Block. MalBSt-Mt,3t Doar.Wat of Llm jtona.Sprinflald. ( TTTAXTEBHouse. about ; 7 rooms: centra' IF location. aqttrew.o -.yv. -.. -- WAXTED-A German girl lor general nouse work In .raaU family: od -ages. Ap ply at corner of Jeflerson and Market .treei. T ADIES wanted to get op Tea Clubs or our L ture Teas and Coffees. A host of useful articles to select from as premiums. Sendj Tor Illustrated Price and Premium List. bPJ 09er: To every tenth Person that answers this advertisement, we will send free one pound ot choice Tea. Address, Jsatlonal Tea t Cogec Qa Boston. Mass WANTED A live, energetic man, to repre "nt us-ITS per mouth, and expense. Good. .topleY everyone buys; outfit and par MeaursirW. Standard Silverware Co.. Boston. FOR SALE. OR SALE-LUMBER TABD-A flrst-cla.s r lumberyard, with two acres "Closed by an eight foot tence. alleys cindered, lease will, cheap rental, with 5 or 10 ""Pj: , ofice. shed for dressed lumber.ssxl ' f t. ! rravrl roof: up stair. lsil.vMeet fir noor. wdowTeVc.: also rough shed. tor-tt,d shiDEles; good barn with room lor 11 horses. loW.7ta.UlrrttotP 5Kd.iUir!.'-;' semng.aeaia oi J"""" "",. ;::iiii proements and lease - 'Vh.mS r, stock on hand at tlmeof sale worth the money Call on or address Bell. Cartwrtght A Co.. cor r.iK-.kn. ..it rnt.r sta Cleveland. U. (Hs poll SLE-neglstered . JS? A'VKfr t wlthcalves. CaiionoraddressJ.W.rhll lips, a east Main street. Springfield. O. MONEY TO LOA. .rOSEY TO LOAJT-In turns ot 500 to 10.00f. il on u, M to five- yean time, on first roort gsge or approved commercial paper. Theo iTiek.ieastlUgh street. : ANNOUNCEMENTS. i C. MORKILL will be a candidate for clerk A. of police court, subject to the decision ol the republican convention. WM. SCHENCK, Contractor and Builder. Store and office furniture made toorder: als d "rs?ven(Ss. xnamtles.lnsldebtlnds. hand rail, stairs ana screens. i""" ;- -': flcatlons furnished on application, a north venter trfc.s?.---a--"- " GOOD HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS. . .. TTMTV 71DI! from fn t4i bju acres, at prices from 13 to S35 per cre. For particulars addtss m JAMES S00BE, . King's Mountain SI- Ky. Attention. Fifth W rder: All republican voters of the tifth ward ue earncUy requested to meet atArbo et'8 carpenter shop, oa Dibert htreet. near YellowSprii.? street, Friday at 7:30 p. in. niilnes of great importance in reference K-td offlcera nd delegates at thenrimary. A full attendance is much di-eJ y request of the president ol f U-Tll WAKP KKrCBllCAS C'LVR. SllILOIl'S COUr.ll and Consumption Cure b --old bFAfiarood"I, a (uar antee. It cures Consumption. The Canadian goiemm-nt hai decided to Mndan exploring expedition to Hudson a Eai-thUjearto report on the question of its jiavigab'llty- . The drive is now on Golden Fleece, J. sack Sl.tM, j; Tha Virginia legislature Is holding an extra session. The governor', message. "uVon Wedne?dav recommends the ap rxiintment of a commlsbiou to consider the Jute debt, and recommends other measures. vt hut We Do and What We Do Not Claim, v ilnn't pl.lm to have tlie largest room in the city: we don't pay for an electric light; we haven't a half do7en clerks, nor do we make a pretence of throwing in a necktie with every suit ot doming ana men add the price of it to the suit several times over, but we ik claim to have the cleanest stock, having, sold out almost our entire line of light-weights last spring with the int-itin nr removing to we nest anu wo m M.lm to pet un a garment that, isn't excelled either in style or point of- work m.n.hln hv anv other merchant tailoring establishment In the city. And as -for nrices we don't claim to equal, bnt we claim most emphatically to undersell any other strictly hrst-class merchant tailor In Snrinifi'ld. JasoS W. PmUJPS, o. OJ AaL iuaui Mii. Dr. A. Dunlap went to Cleveland today on professional business. SL Patrick's day in the morning; Ukewise this afternoon and several times during the day. 'Squire Breckenridge married Wm. Pogue and Mary Alexander, colored, yesterday afternoon. Workmen are engaged in making boxes in which to transfer the Book waiter art collec tion to Cincinnati. Mrs. James K. Keyoolds, ot Covington, Ky., la the guest o?. Mr. 'and Mrs; E. S. Wallace, west Mala street " u'-" Colonel Ab. Jennings, a wealthy ua in fluential cjaeripf Urbana, is In the city to day, tiw guest otMr. E. S.'Wallace.'Jp OfneerNortonlAS .eyenins; received m letter from Ireland which contained a sprig of shamrock. It was genuine, message from the "ould eqd, -TherewlUt-ta free lecture Jn the Meth odist Prowrtant ehuich, Pleasant street, by Mr..:B.'lotion,..hli, eenina; rat 7:30. "Subject: "Woman witbont the GospeL" WMlss Lilltsn Kelley has recovered from a severe- attack of what threatened to be nneumonla. Jlany frienda will be pleased to learn other escape from a spell ot slck- COMI.NG ATTBACTIOMS. G kaxd. Miss Fortsscue Thursday even ing, March 17. Grand. "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Satur day afternoon and evening. March 19. QRlac-'s. "Hoosler Odd Fellows," Monday and Tuesday, March 21 and 22. LOCAL BREVITIES. TheLM. pay car was in the city this morn lac. Mechaaicsburg will vote ou local option at the April election. Mr. Leu Johnson left this morning Tla the Pan Handle for San Francisco. A neck-tie entertainment will be given at the Second Baptist church tonight, William M. Kockel and Luther F. Young are out as candidates for police judge. Mr. W. A. Boss, of P. P. Mast A Co.. went to Columbus this momlngon business. The Fortescue party will arrive this evening via the Pan Handle from Louis ville. Kev. F. G. Mitchell will preach thl 'Thursday) evening at Grace chapeL west Main street. Xo fines were levied in the Mayor's court yesterday afternoon, all the cases being continued. Mr. John C Carey, of Xenla, is in the citv today as the guest of his son John, of the Champion Machine Company. Captain Ben. KeNhltt. of Xenla. candi date for the State senate in the Xenia dis trict, was in the city today on legal busi nsM. Landlord narry L. Rockfield is out today for the first time since last Friday, having b-'en confined to his bed with a severe form of throat disease. P. J. Clevenger stated this morning that he is a candidate for prosecuting attorney ot police court, and not for police judge, as has been reported. Mr. Charles Faber, of Dayton, secretary of the iward of police commissioners, and Dayton correspondent of the.En'ulrcr, was ih the city today on business. "Duck" Frames, for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, Charles Meinhardt, on a warrant and Michael Meehan. drunk and disorderly, were arrested yesterday. Everything Is quiet at the court house, the petit jury having been discharged until next Monday morning. March 21st. and ever body is taking a brief vacation. Mesrs. E. W. Ross ft Co. now have their business offices in the Bowman block, sec ond Hour, on west Main street, and it in possible that they may conclude to make- that place their permanent office. " Mr- Charles i Murray, who traveled last .-, with th . blll.nostine brigade of Robinson's circus, is home for a short noli a.v.' H a-oesoul this season with Sells Bros. . A.- C. Morrill, the well known secretary of the Buckeye club, announces himself to day as a candidate for the office of police court clerk. See his announcement elsewhere. Miss Florence Bowers, accompanied by her cousin. Miss Alice Fallon, of Hillsboro, 1-ft Testerday for Dayton. Enon and Springfield, where they will visit friends. Xenia Gazette. The republicans of the Fourth ward will caucus on next Monday evening atAiien chapel, on Summer stroet, and the Ninth ward at Mill Creek Coal Company's omce. Mo. 222 west Main street Jhn A. Chener and Minnie E. Wlllit were married Tuesday evening at St Paul parsonage, by the Rev. Henry Tockley;also Charles W. Lavbourne and Alice toicnej on Wednesday awrning. The Ladies aid society of the Christian church, on High afreet will give a social at the church this evening. a cordial Invitation Is extended to all to come and take sapper with them. First Lieutenant Carl K. Mower, of the Champion City guard, is suffering from a slight Indisposition. This is the first time Carl was ever behind with his ailments, but this time he Is for sure. Remember the social tonight at the Christian church, on south side of High street west of Mechanic street Supper will be served on call. The proceeds are designed by the ladies for the benefit ot the church. You are Invited. The Ladies' Aid society of the S. of will give a supper at the G. A. R. hall on Washington stteettomorrow (Frldav)even Ing, from 5 to 9 p. m. All are cordially in Tited to be present All donors are re auested to have previsions at the hall by 4 o'clock. The house occupied by officer Tom Boyd on Clifton street was slightly damaged by fire yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock. The department quenched the flames before they gained much headway. A chimney of the house caught fire and some of the sparks from the burning chimney ignited the roof. A pleasant surprise party was perpe trated last evening on master Willie War tenbe. at his home No. 188 west North street. The following were present: Ethel Roberts, Burt Allen. Charlie Widdicombe, Gurtie Schulte. Charley rerbes, timer Miller, Cora Burgdell, Emily McLaren, Irena BentzeL Minnie Fanlkner. Lula Ml patrick, Claude Melching, Blanche Aldrlch. The president has appointed C. II. J. Taylor minister resident to Liberia, and James R. Hosmer secretary of legation in Central America and consul general attiua tamala. Christian county. Mo.. Is greatly excited over the murder of Charles Green and Wil liam Eden by "Bald Knobbers." an organ ized lawless gang. Thirteen ot them have been arrested. The sultan of Morocco has prohibited the Use of all intoxicants and tobacco. Curloil. Kildrnrr. of Alicrrat-itin of Mind. A Stun Who Wnnti-il Mr. V-liderlillt'. Steam Vrht Alto Valued III. l'uiw lion, at -.133,000.000. "It's a curious thing," said Mr Hughes, the first lK-uti:i.ut In Mr. Manning's well Luovrn yorht ogf ncy. to a reiwrtiT, -that if a man', mania takes tho form of hi. imagining him self a neallliy l-ixm ho is pretty sure to como to ui to buy a yacht. oul i as-tr.iiUk.-ri if 1 vrer. to tell jouof all my ex- trriencra since I have l"en here, and sonio- tinui mi sane lime they apiwmil that 1 have notleeii able to detect the slightest aberra tion of nun-! -List Mimmt-r a gentVaian called and wanted to know what largo schoouerse hod for sale. 1 showed bim the h-t and be se lected tho Hesolute. He said ho Manted a vesnelin which lie could taVe hu family to Europe. I told him that tho llesoluto hail been across; that she hail been built for Mr Hatch, the Imuker, in the Iw-t manner, and thotriio was just the boat for him, that her raiitaiii (Davton) was on oxiieriencisl navi gator nnd had leen in her on her (man voy-agr-s. Ho seemed much intcre-ted, ami w as apparently ox sane o jou or I. The first sus Tucirui I had was when I named tho priconnd he made no objection, but said ot once. Til take her.' You know vre seldom get our askm;; J price right off, and this eagerness on his part surprised me. However, as i ij t dilated tho 5 percent, commission ond what I khriilri do with it, I intimated tnai a reier- ence or a deioMt was customary, and he re ferred me to a well know n house up town and I considered the sale made. On going there they referred mo to a certain address which I did not know then, but when 1 went there 1 found it was an insono as) lura, from which, as I found out afterward, my customer had oKaped. VAsrrn vasdebbilt's -alva." "A few days ago a man came in who said his name wo. Gwrge E- Carbrey. 'I want,' said he, U buy Mr. Vanderbilt's steam yacht Alva.' I told him she was not for sale, and be then Mid, 'What is the largest steam yacht you haver I told him, for up to thai tioie I hail no suspicion of his sanity. What is the pricef" said he. "Ninety thousand dollars," said I. " 'I'll tako hr,' id he, and for referrac. be gave me the National Park bonk. 'I Own that bank, he continued; 'I had a qrarrel with the cashier one day, and I just bjught the bank and have discharged oil the men there and out in new ones. I own all the banks in New York except the Columbia, and I think I'll buy that, "Then he said that he should want four tteam launches, and would give me a big sommission if I could get them for him. He said that he was going to Houth America, and was going to takeadoten priest, and two ouns, in order to form a comeut of the Sacred Heart. The commission promised ms was $10,000, and he afterward increased It to $15,000. He wanted a permit to go on board the yacht at once, but I had tumbled to his condition and told him mi never gave permits for o expensive aessel, and that Mr. Maunin the next day. He said he had a coupe at the door ami would tako me at once. He .aid: 'I own the coupe and I own tho mau that drives it. Then be aw the young lady who is here as a typewriter, and he said; Til buy you, too. I have already got tweh e rtenorranhera and I want thirteen. Hesaid: I am worth $335,000,000, and I have made it all since the lrt of January in flour, ond the way I made it is curious. 1 was driving out on the road and fell in with Mr. Vanderhilt, and we had a brush. I beat him, and ho was so pleased at having found a man that could boat bim on the road that lie gat e me some points, and I acted on them and have made all this money since. Before that I was workingforSlOaweek.' "I got rid of him after a while." continued Mr. Hughes, "and I was glad enough, for the young lady and inyself were alone and there was no telling what form his mama might take next. I have since heard that he has been taken to an insane as) lum. I could tell you lota of other anecdotes of this sort, but it's a fact that as soon as a man gets good n-d crazy be is sure to come to us to buy a jacht," New York World. -mrrrtECHfl NIC (OME f-TOTJ y HMD-THE-'PUDE-flLiOX HUFFMAN & RICHTER, TAILORS, INVITE INSPECTION. THE LATEST SPRING STYLES. No. 31 East Main Street. FRIDAY MORNING, AT 8. We will open a small lot of Boys' Knee Pant Suits on Friday morning, at $1 per suit. They are fresh goods, but just made, and would be worth fully $1.50 in any other clothing house in town, save our own. Our line of Boys' and Children's wear is simply endless. LONDON CLOTHING CO., 29 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET. JUTT-DLOW-'S Quinine Hair Tonic For the preservation and restoration of the Hair. Excites the Scalp to new and healthy action, re moves dandnff, prevents the hair from falling off, and in amajirity of cases will produce a fine growth oi new hair. CHAS. LUDLOW & CO., Pharmacists, No. 55 East Main Street. ACME PAPER NOVELTY CO. MANUFACTURERS OF PRINTED STATIONERY CHEAPEST IX THE WOBXD-1,000 PRINTED XX ENVELOPE FOB Sl,50. OUR UXAPPROACHED PRICE-LIST : 1,000 Letter Heads, - - 81.90 5,000 Letter Heads. - 8.50 1.000 Packet Note Heads - 1.S0 5,000 Packet Note Heads. - - 5.75 1,000 Fine Linen Packet Note Heads, 1.40 1.000 Statements, - I-20 non Statements. - 5-" WO- 132 WEST MAIW ST. 1,000 1-C sheet Rill Heads, - - 31.10 5,000 1-6 sheet Uil! Head", - - - -1.80 1.000 1-4 sheet Hill Heads. - - 1.50 5.000 1-4 sheet Bill Heads, - - - 0.50 1.000 So. C XX White Envelopes, 1.50 2,000 Xo. 6 XX White Envelopes. 3.00 5,000 Xo. a XX White Envelopes, T.'iS SPRINGFIELD. OHIO Don't Get Caught Tills soring with your blood full of impuri- or myself would go w ith k'jn ties, J our digestion impaired, your appetite wwr Lidnevs and liver tornid. and whole system liable to be prostrated by disease but get yourself into good condition, and ready for the changing and warmer weather, bv taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, It stands unequalled for purlfjiug the blood, giving an appetite, and for a general spring medicine. Fine lroirrt) t r !le. p The attractive property at Xo. 88 west Pleasant street, v. ill be sold at public auc tion on .March 22. by Messrs. Foley & Hay ward. The lot is 50 b 150 feet, located in a good neighborhood, and only about lite squares from the lsistothce. The house Is a neat structure of eight rooms tmist con .enlently arranged, and has all the modern com eniences. There Is also a good stable on the lot. Mnketourown baking powder: always hate it fresh and mire. Send 50c and re ceive by return mail receipt for making the I. X. L. baking powder, absolutely pure and wholesome and economical. Address J. E. Striker, box 165, Middictown, Ohio. Golden Fleece is the leader in quality. For sale everywhere at one lixed price; 1 barrel S5.20. H sack J 1.30. ? sack 00c Ueel.tlicNotlr. TheC.CC.il will sell special low rate excursion tickets, both single and nmrnl trlii. ever dav this montli to all prin cipal points in Kansas, Nebraska, Texas m,.l Culifnrnia. As the Inter-State Com merce bill goes into effect April 1, it is ex pected a decided change will be made In rates. Avail yourself of this opportunity. 1 go before April 1. All passengers are JOHN H. WILSON, THE MERCHANT TAILOR 26 ASD 88 EAST MAIX ST , (Next Sad Klvrr "at. Bak), Re opened Today, Saturday, March 5, 1SS7, with special im portations of btsc class and latest styles of goods, increased facilities in floor space, lighting, etc I am confident ot abil ily to pirn better satisfaction eren than at any time during the ten years ot my business expei ience in pringfield. In the futur, as in the past, I shall eire my p-rsoaal pnpt-r-Tision to evrry branch of the business, and will continue to to sell goods by the piece nr pattern, whether made up at my house or elsewhere. Asking a continuance of your patron age, I am Yours respectfully, crosisr i. -wi:EiSo:t5r. NOW IS THE TIME TO -rSTWFfSv oEfci Ws. jduqV- 4 3-3T 1 1 1 U m M I M If M I I Ps-S23 i Ullff II U 1 L ,-'-:::.: H II I Til. Futur. or Cremation. The crematioirist held their yearly meeting the other night at the mayoralty of the eighth arondissement. In his report on the progrcas of their workriurinj tho past year the secretary referred m. special terms of satisfaction to tho act which the chamber of dt-puties on March 30 passed by a majority of 371 otes against 174 to render cremation optional in France, according to tha will left by a person. Tho Holy See has prohibiU-d, that is to say, anathematized, this funeral ceremony in Italy, but Ita decree will prob- nl.lir vm.,i, . .1a.i1 l.lf.r . .ISmAT lll fs Bill very popular in that country, where no less ' carried to St LouK Kansas City or Omaha than sixty cremating societies exist, fur- in reciur.iii, ch " "- U0Rlf-tVJ r. 'abeam J rm t, w :v feAKllit tawag feoMYlSjg DRPRICE'S! SPECIAL flAVORij & v Tracts MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared .with strict rcg-rd t Purity. Sr.h dValthf ah..- V'A'll ". .'J5i.ot, ?"-?, Alum. l)r lTce Extracts anna. Leocn, .It, flavor d-UcJoilr. P?.'Cf BAKI13 PnrD'P r.n . CM-c-g red SL tMif- nac i have also been built at Geneva, Zurich, New York, San Francisco, Buffalo, etc. In Germany a petition to th rei-hstag for its toleration has obtained S".,UJ signatures. In the Mauritius several determined crema tionists have ordered their bodies, in the ab sence of ovens ad hoc, to be burned on com mon pyres, the operation lasting four hours. London Xows. Kecolleetlons or Quarrel. "It is no wonder that CoL Cockenll jumped in between Pulitzer and Joe Howard in The World office tha other day," said a St. Louis newspaper man. "Poor Cockenll knows what such a scene is to his sorrow Suico bis killing of Slayback in The Po-t Dispatch office Cockenll has never been the same man There is an air of abstractio-i and melancholy about him which even the 15XM a jear which Pulitzer is said to pay him on The World cannot dispel. 13y the nay, did jou ever know who it was that helped Cockenll out of that scrape pecuniarily, and without whose aid he might have fared ninch worse' It was John McCulloush, the tragedian, and Jos McCullagh, of The Globe-Democrat. Both were long ago repaid, but their aid and sympathy and influence were worth more by far than tha few thousands they cordiallj advanced for tho defense. Chicago Herald. Probililjr Much Overrated. We have quite too much of this continual comparison business, and I am aw fully tired of having all the old f rumi say to me: "Ob, vou should have seen llachel;" or "You will never see an actor like Burton." Probably I never will, and I don't care three straws about it; and why all one's pleasure is to bo spoiled by continual references to tho jiast Is something beyond my comprehension. I once knew nil old lad who had seen It&ilie, and in a moment of great weakness she confessed to me, although an ardent admirer of the actress at most times, that sho didn't think so much of the dark, skinny little being, and that as for 1 er acting it was very much over rat"d. Personally I have no doubt this is true about a great many of tho remarkable personages -it the past. "Bab" in New York utar Enjoy Life. What a truly beautiful world we live In Nature gives us grandeur of mountains, glens and oceans, and thousands of means of en joj meat. We can desire no better when in perfect health; but how often do the majority of people feel like giviu it up disheartened, discouraged and worn out with disease, when there is no occasion for this feeling, as ev ery sufferer can easily ob tain satisfactory proof, that Green's August Flower, will make them free from disease, as when born. Dysjiepsia and liver com plaint are the direct causes of seventy-live per cent, of such maladies as biliousness, indigestion, sick headache, costiveness, ner vous prostration, dizziness ot the head, pal pitation of the heart, and other distressing symptoms. Three doses of August Flower will prove its wonderful etfecL Sample J bottles, 10c Try it. Take a safe. reliable road when you travel. If you do this jou will go via the Bee Line every time. Our rates are always as ion any inferior line. For full Information call upon . cam ii i, AE't.,'Arcade Depot. Brad This Card. There are many brands of flour being represeiited-'just as good as Golden Fleecer but we guarantee our flour to have no equal. One trial will convince any one of the fact -i sacks S1.30. H sacks 65c For sale v erj where. Warder & Barnett Til. Wlolier. of Schnite's Prize Problem will be an nounced In next Sundaj's Sewn. A collision on the Auburn branch of the New York Central injured several persons seriously, but killed no one. "H.. tests at scars, who never felt a wound "and aman may stand with his li.n.u in his rackets and laugh at a poor, worn rheumatic but if he U a gentleman, he'll step into the nearest apothecary shop and buy him a bottle of Salvation Oil at the small expense of only twenty-five cents. Jose Sevilla, of Lima, Peru, has left S500.000 for theesfciblishraentiu New York of an Institution for the education of poor girls- Mure llrnefll.' Ihavebeeu affected with consumption . for about four ears. I received more ben efit tromone bottle of jour Conch's Mexi can Syrup than auj thing 1 have ever tried. JAMES SlNCLAIIt. WickllttV, Ind. Wm. Paxton. of I.ancaster count ) S. C.. a Mexican war veteran, hanged himself be cause he di-sjiatred of ever getting a pen sion. Tourists to Yellow Stone Park next sea son might encounter a north-western bl.z zard. It they are wise men they will take a supply of the famous Dr. Bull's Cough Spruu. The Winners of Sclmlte's Prize Problem will be an nounced in nevt Sundaj's Xnr. Ev-Uepresentative Curtiu, of PennsjI vania, sajsthat the redl-trictlng of Phila delphia will not defeat the re-election of llaudali. How- Yon: BcV.' llp PtnsleTS cure weak back, rheumatism, and strengthen tired parts. C. E. Bovvers, alias C. E. Davis, who married an heir of the late It- it Springer, of Cincinnati, lias been arrested on a charge of blgauij-. SllILOIl'S VlTALlZElt U what yon need for consumption, Los of Appetite" Dizziness, and all sjmptoms of Djspepsia Prion 10 and 75 cents per bottle. For sale by F. A. Garwood. Biia. 0 0aVU0BasasB9asal0la?avasVA.aW FLOUR The Bottom has Dropped Out. A decline cf 80c per barrel on 1-8 sacks. A decline of 60c per barrel on 1-4 sacksu X0TE THESE Fi CURES : Present Price. Firmer Price. salci., $1.30 $1.45 .65 .75 GOLDEN FLEtCE, fiL0E FLEECE, --,. All dealers will retail as follows : Golden Flew, tier barrel, in wood or sacks, $5.20. Golden Fleece, 1-1 barrel, 81.S0; 1-8 barrel. 85e. We guarantee Golden Fleece to be the best Hour in the market and we propose to maintain its superiority Our brand is copv righted. Ask for it and take no other. WARDER 8l BARNETT. 48 I FOR CIIKCKbinbUonrt. cures in aays. unwaiuiriij.i.iiiiiii. EN pa..sndtlEast31alnSt.,&prlUK 49 aeld Bll & I a.O. LOST ..fAMIOOn. YOLTIIFUL Imprudence, nervousdebll- tty cured By llotaulr erve Bitters. 50 cts. HerbMed- Cn Phil. P SfildntJl E Msln St.. 3prlm:fl-l..0. fk VraiflHOYAL WAFERS are PS successfully u-ed monthly by over 10,0X1 f .Ladies. A re Safe. Effectuatatid Pleasant yftl per box by mall.or at ilruroista. Sroied sftorziciuars poigo suuufs. uim Tax Ccaaxx Cncaicu. Ckx, pxTBorr, Mica. -i e,n' I'obituta nd Ad Commencing tmlaj", and continuing until May 31, Inclusive, the I. IS. & W. railway will sell rounil trip tickets to Los Angeles. and San Francisco. Cal.. at greatly reduced rates. Xo other line Iron Springfield to the we-t offers equal accommodations to that of the I. B. it W. mute. The elegant Woodruff reclining chair cars now bein;; run on that line should not 1 compared to those in use on other lines, and jou will Hnd it to jour interest to call on either of the undersigned before making jour ar rangements or purchasing ticket-elsewhere. D. H Kochk, Wm. IIefkerjiax. General Agent Ticket Ageut. ! As we are closing out stock of Wheels carried over from last season. -, One 52 in. American Chal lenge, shop worn, - $ 60 One 54 in. American Chal- ' lenge, best finish, - 85 One 52 in. Amer. Cham pion; ball bearings, - 100 One 56 in. Expert Colum bia, full nickle; bargain 100 One 50 in., Springfield make, second hand, - 30 One 52 in. Amer. Rudge, new, best finish, - 100 One Facille Safety, good as new, - - 75 One Apollo Tandem, first class shape, - 175 . Gne 46 in. S'andard Columbia, good as new, - $60. Any of the above Wheels sold ONE-HALF DOWN, bal ance in payments. Old whseis taken in exchange for new Columbias or Victors. L F. OLDS & BR0, S WEST MAIN ST. N SUMMER GENTLEMEN E N T I p Please You Amazingly. M Ej GEO. C. HANCE & CO., Il 14 West Main St., Springfield, 0. We have the largest and best selection tf Q In the city, at prices that will SPRING DESIGNS ! In all grades of Carpets. A large and varied stock from which to make a selection. See our new Brussels, Ingrains. Everything pertaining to the Upholstery Trade always in stock. . A. C. 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