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HKMMl&limiMk-aMM J1' ' i t ir'rr'""' nflT'iiT i c mut rmtx m nniiii n i nmlnwi m i u ; mwoiTii-iiiH REPUBLIC. IfitlDA! 15VENIXG WlllL 18R7. taWB MWHWatWlMlliiHJ,iifciirl..ii. -n liiniii'Wiaiyfc OUR GRAND EASTER CHEAP SALE! FOR. THIFtTTT TDATS'S THE SALE CONTINUES ! WE MEAN JUST WHAT WE SAY! STAND BY THOSE WHO STAND BY YOU! We have now completed arrangements for the sale of popular new goods at prices which will make us the friend of every economical buyer. e keep the best qualities, styles and as-nrtments in BOOTS AND SHOES for Ladies', Gents' and Children's Wear See our remarkably cheap and elegant new stock ! Cash bought it, low prices will sell it. Our specialty : to please our customers ; our aim : to save money for our patrons; our intention : to do better by you than any one else. Come, look and you will be surprised. Without exaggeration or misrepresentation our purchases of Spring Goods have been marvelously successful. Now we are prepared to share with you the benefit of our ex tremely favorable purchases in Boots and Shoes of latest styles and best qualities. Note these prices : 300 pairs ladies' Kid Button at 75c, worth $1.50 tn. onn ;- loHJno' QiHo I ooo liri anri Mnrnnrn at $1 unrth $9 50 tn $2 - inn nairs lariips' ninth Tnn Rnttnn ShnfiS at $1. wnrth $2 tn $3 - fine large lot of ladies' Glove Top Kid Button at $1.25 ; very cheap ; One lot Children's Kid and Goat Button, 8s to 10s, for 50c. All goods reduced at least 25 per cent, less than sold by any other house in the city. . We advertise bargains, we give bargains. We want you to investigate our goods and prices. EVANS, KUNTZMAN & CO., 11 S. MARKET, SPRINGFIELD, O, PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED- WANTED- WANTED Mn A npt-cl man to tnke tiie aci-ncy tor theinleol nurses, size SMl-nl-i lurtie'. weieht am pounds, null price J5. It Is rare clwuce tor & competent man to create a permanent business In In .... ...r. ..f-l.!itr k. I hete s&frs meetade nund never t.-f..re iupplle.1 by otner sate I ctnpauies. aarrss Ajynie.-w w.. .-...,.. .. natl.O sjm flrst-cls cirl to to eeneral housework. at S52eait High street WAXTED-l-adles or cetlemen. with capital IT ot iit to -liw tolmest.tohandleaflrst class salable article: pays large profits, no com petition; call, for three days. nd ,,,mL?.at Central Hotel. room lO.Spnncfield.0. Sib NTED-Everrnne to know that William Otrtholomew U now ready to clean all kinds aud trades ot carpets ana mattlnewltn the patent steam earet beater -rpets called tor and delivered to any part ol the city Orders left at anyot the carpet stores, or at the oHce. rear ot gas ork w-bs "IIT NTED Saleman can add Al line; small W samples, one acent earned S4.1. other, up t "JWJ. in K&lf. O. Box UT1. -Sew ork lirvXTED-A German cirl for central house svork In amall tamlly; eood se Ap Ply at corner ot Jegerion and Market itre ets. FORSA.LE. FIRSALE-Kor cash or trade My residence on south Limestone street, between Clifton and Klier greets; brick house. lOrooms; Jarre lot Enquire of underslcned lor terms. etc J. W . Gunn. FOK BALE A eood fresh co and heifer calf, craded. half Alderney and Durham. Hob man. Mimmer street, east ot Kellyavtnue.sJb POR SALE-Excellent buildlns sand-the fin t e-t in the city. Apply at theMeam Dye Works. 21 north Center street. . I lit UrMi JU -JJIC4 i 111 I I (t-i W A ,ir - "V I "- m 1 l-r ajws?- wy , x J.',: u. ! m, , Wtl! I v h x ' r 1 i ijwKyo 1 ! 3? i MN t"OU SALE Meat store dolnc a eood bus! r ness Flrt-class location. AMU sell cheap ,.rt.,T.t n9r A4dres. "Meat More." Ke- toriulit party public omce. FOR S ALE OR TKAUK rony acres i un-1 class land close to Birmingham. Ala; will , ell cheap or trade for tood spriniBeld.Ohlo. I timnertv: J0 acres close to ?edalia. .Mo : 73 Sens closeto "ashlneton. C. 11- Ohio; S) , acres close to Pprlncnld. Ohio; 100 acres close to -priDKlleld. onto. All kinds of properly for sale and trade John H Johnson, corner M,rLti ami lllch streets, city "' i FOR HENT FOR KENT farm of forty or sixty acres, one and one-half miles from this city. A-l-1 dress lcii box 115, Mrinr.fleld. O ?-t FOR RENT-Larce room. 30x40. over S3 and 35 south Market street.suiuble for hall or storeroom; also front and back rooms oer jl ( sontli Market, suitable for office. Apply tJ. i 1'. Trout. 33 south Market atreet. ' . HONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LON-Inumiot 5-W to ST.On". on three to five years' time, on first mort Eare or approved commercial paper, 'corae 11 Coles, room No. 1. Lasonda bank bulldlm;.; mm m" FOR SALE OR TRADE. You may have observed how in time the effectiveness of paint ings seems to fade, and the colors lose their brilliancy and tone. It is mainly the gradual accumulation of dust, so it is a very simple matter to restore them, with Ivory Soap, clear water, juntas it runs from the faucet, and a soft brush; scrub carefully, rub off first with a wet flannel and then with a dry one, and the colors will show up in all their original beauty. Never experiment with ordinary soap on a painting of value ; you may destroy it. Ivory Soap may be used with safetv, for, as Prof. Cornwall, of Princeton says, "The Ivory Soap is very well made, no greasy fats being left in it. while the alkali is thoroughly combined, so that it will not injure the most delicate article." A WORD OF WARNING.' There are many hite soaps, each represented to be "just as good s the ' Ivory':" they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remark able qualities of the genuine. Ask for " Ivory" Soap and insist upon gett.ng it. (.opTTifbt l'SO, br P-octer (ijnblc. on HLE OR TRADE-Varm. I hue a eood Improved farm of 3U acres In Jen nings county, Indiana, which J win iraae ior city property or Rood city lots, or land In Ruburbsol Sprincfleld; the improvements are a ko.1 house of etKht rooms, barn and out build! ncs. eood water, orchard and eood tlm ber. Inquireoftieo.il. Coles, room No I. La gunda Bank building. " t bTHAYED OR STOLEN. j&JELSBLA.niiXj Sz (DO. PROPRIETORS. riTi irrn nn STrtl.PN Mv little reddish l bmwu'doK Had on a dark wool checked blanket. bound with blue. Lump under side .. .t Von... l.u P.rviUer Liberal re- vcard if returned to 5U wet HUh street. N JI. Andrews. ANNOUNCEVENTs. t:b We are authorlied to announce W II. Rone, of South Charleston Madison township, as a candidate for County Recorder, subject to the deeislou oftheItepubllcjnrountjConentn.n WM. SCHENCK, Contractor and Builder. Storeand ofSce furniture made toorder: also doors, verandas, mamtles.insideblinds, hand rail, stairs and screens. Estimates and spec! Jlcatlans furnished on application, a north Center street, Springfield. O. imwntsmuBr as a" ITOETM UMiNDRYr 10 W. HIGH ST. SPRINGFIELD. 0. PAUL A. STALEY, Attorney and Expert -IH- HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO. GOODS CALLED FOK AXD DELIVEKED. TELEPilONT. 13S. A P0SERIEASTER! that jw))l- will in.M nioti SrHHirSiiii (iiiii n n 7 f n frr1 the ow neroaii w ell'bo' proud of?,iJUU UULLiI LOuU XTE3VT CASES, SOLICITOR O? PATEHTS. Konni 8 Arcatlo Biiilrtinjr I))einp, Scouring nnd Rt-pslrlng Would resictfully announce that he Lai I resumed the practice of Deatlttry In this j city. OSceand Residence: j No. 185 South Limestone St, Why is it. that jw)1- will imM uioti jiaj 11115 a thoiand prices for a suit of cloth-1 niK w lien tor Kait Mam diet lot that DON'T BE HUVSUGGED ANY LONGER. liemember we buy ilirect from tin uiill at rock-bottom price. These iroxt do not contain atiber of cot ton flock or shoddy. They are goodi that can bf implicity rel;el tiln in eer particular, mid for S25 we guarantee a lit that isn't equalled in Springfield. 'I FOR ZASTZR. Colored Eggs, China Eggs, Goose Eggs, Duck Eggs. fcr Easter. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mrs. .I.imei Ciimoii is In lMWnire on a Mt. Today i- (JoihI Friday and Lent is almost o er. Mr. J. M. Cummins uent to Columbus t inlay. Mr. Flojd Itoutzalin spent last eenine in New Carlisle. The lieu lr. W. O. Moreliea.l, of Xenia. was in the city this mnrniiic. Mr. A. (I. l)aK and a business associate will leave this eenlns for I'hll.idelphia. Mis Saunders, of Hellefontaine, is tiie iciest of Jlrs. Jolm T. Kice, on (Jrant avenue. Miss Dello drove leaves soon lor a pro onceil visit to IMtsburs and Allegheny City. Mr. Edwin bhivell left jesterday for the east, after a short staj with his family here. Uev. Or. Siiiiimerbeirs Easter sermon will discuss the resurection from the scien tific standpoint. James Sljer and James Huffman were station housed last nlcht on the cliarge of dnniKenness and disorderly conduct. Mrs. Winans, of Muncie. Intl., is visltiiiK lier sister. Mrs. Dr. Itainsey, in EastSprim; iield, and will remain several weeks. John Holland was station housed today for beiiiK drunk and disorderly. He was raisini; Cain at the Blakeniey foundry. Mr. K. C. Middleton has had Ills whisker. cut off and the cv clone lias ceased to shriek through them. He looks more military than ever. Misses Dora ard Tillie Moore, accom panied by Miss Fanny McKay, left on the noon train for Donnel-ulle, to vWt Mr. and Mrs. (J. W. Harman. Mr. John liankin. one of South Charles ton's prominent citizens, is confined to hi bed by a serious illness. He is under the care of Dr. Hazzard, of tliiseity. The season of the year for this joke b aNnit here: ovv is the time when the youur; man icecreams his girl and s(nlas lib sisters and his cousins and his aunts. Mr. Xew ton (Sunn broke a pedal off his bicycle away out on East Midi street last niirht and had to ride in one-legged to the vast delight of a large and admiring audience. I Caroline Helfrkk filed an affidavit against tin e Melfnck tills afternoon for dls- 1 o v . .nduct, alleging that one week : .ii. :ie got her U-year-oH son dead Mi and Mrs. IVia. Houck gave a very elegant tea-party last evening at their resi dence on South Limestone streeL to about twenty friends. The occasion vv as thorough ly enjoyable. Mr. James Townenil Hussell. the elocu tionist, lias been engaged by the linancial committee of the First liaptlst church, to give . recital in that church next Friday evening. April loth. Miss Lizzie Officer, a daughter of the 1 late I lev. Morris orticer. wlio formerly re , sided here, will spend the Sabbatli with her ' sister. Mrs. Kev. S. I. Dimjap. now at Jlrs. 11. E. Folger's, on south Factory street Tliroudiimt the 1'iilti-il Mates. Colgate's Toilet Soaps are acknowledged the purest ami best Cashmere Bouiuet the most ipular. The .Misses Wilkins liave recently opened a millinery store in the loom recently occu pied by the Saving bank, and are already 1 receiving a good patronage from the lad es. Their advertisement appears in another column. l!ig assortment of new steel-colored hats just received at J. V. . Hoyle A Co., SIS south I.lmestoiie street. UNCLAIMED LETTERS Keiiiutniiic In (he sirint;UeM,4llilo, Otliir, April I, ISKT. rnold, v 0 llienner. H 1 llowers. Leomiril Heard, Frank i:.ior. Vlfred Y ItOVfcsTIC Mollett. Fred Mull. Mrs Mary Miller. U in Murry. F F M'eis. Mrs tnna Itralnlillutr. Miss Marv Marks. J(tn s luddy.Mr Mciiuan.. lames l rosslev. VYm S Met A MeKhahn Craig. m T Noland. Frank loyner Vern .iilou.tl HuggyCo Cooksry. Homer Perkins KK Ch.unberl.ine. J I! i'luney. lleorge Castillo. 1 hos Ferry. Thorras loitia..Mrs.Man:aret Parker. Ms Ida Dudley. m l'ritchard. .1 It (la'.l icher. John Kogers. Miss Helen lirnTet.Jolin Hlcliards. l,eo M lilven, .Miss Iiesle itust. Hiram KoInTts. .lav V Kelnktng.CH Havmond.MIss r.osa Kue. Nany M Hiish,Ch.is I Kainond. L1I .seterr. Taylor Mnltli. Mrs Debbie spr. .virs- liol.lsmitti sanih lieoinc. Miss Mary Hurt Tanner llendra. K C llatheld. Win lllnes. Ferdinand liawkins.Ueorge llealy. Miss. Maggie IIhsIho. H.irrfo llankn i;s. Miss Marv strimi, J h t.J.rait .viain sinei ou.iers. J Haines. Miss Krnil Mnltli. V W Henderson. t m sheiunl. Harry Johnson, John T sitter, Aaron Johnson. I T ."andtrs, Mrs Jane Keller. Carrie 11 murner. .vianin Kenney, J C Turner. Haehael V keplingcr. llalley Thuruer. Michael l.udlon.VVm White. Mrs Teachey Long. Kdward Wallace, Krnest Lemon, Forest M'eartlienton. Morse, (ius A W alls. Mrs Martha Mulligan. Mlu Maggie llson. A II Morris.Josh Weston. Charles R2TCRS. llaller. Wm .MeClaln Ferguson. Jas I'alen. .Vlllrlam K Hariis. Nancy Parker. Ileiio Persons calling for these letters will please say "advertised." and give date of list It not called for in one month they w III !eeiil to the Dead LetterOttlce Letters must be directed to street and num br In order to have them promptly and cor rectly delivered. Ja3 Johssov. tn. r M The board of examiners for the city of Springlield will meet at the Central build ing tomorrow. Saturday, April Mil, for the examination of teachers. It. F. I'kinck, Clerk. Hale fr Lots. Henry Hubert A Son will niter for sale at public auction, early in May. twenty-four desirable building lots on Charlev and Mound streets, between Harrison and High. These are ery desirable lots, and persons contemplating buying will do well to e amine them. They will lie sold on reason able terms. " Folv A Havwakh. Auctioneers. NOTICE Tit FREE Advertisement we jjot on our three dollar child's suit, plaited front and back and elegantly made? Why, the mere fact that the two-dollar-and-a-half howl went up was the best evidence you could wish that our suit at three dollars was all that could be wished. But the first supply didn't last long we have a second one coming and which will probably be here before this ad vertisement is in print. We make these suits in all all sizes, from 4 to 1 2 years. We warrant them better in value than the same money will buy elsewhere in Springfield, and we think parents will find in them the most stylish and durable suit ever offered them at the money. THE LONDON CLOTHING CO., 29 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET. HUFFMAN & RICHTER, mm TAILORS, !5fc Willis INVITE INSPECTION. ,k ?fey o 1' , . uml w -!--- , I i !Sjx? rK w THE UTEST P NR ST S wi mil w w 1 I baVI I: WL'RALFRUT . flAVQRS A BEAUTIFUL EASTER CARD ! Clven avray with each package of Diamond Easter Dyes. fiLDoFjlY-ercAN MOST PERFECT MADE rep- I th ! t rcg-ir' t rs.r .v. si-e'!"! 1.1 II. ultiifclm ' 1-e-stnO'Tl .t . I ,.is.lLr U1.11 o '. n- ii" Ai ' a. 1 1 l r I rs e ! s ra . Vis .1 eru'D etc u. v r L .1CIOU.' l'.t pri. P t n - c ' L u A sv?: No. 31 East Main Street. jgife T of kernels pecked by black-birds or otherw ise imperfect, " C i n ha link F i. a K K s ' can not be made. And any attempt at adulteration would be instantly detected ouinj ' to its form rilakes, not meal. It is carefully packed and sealed at the mills, and is absolutely luire. The "Certaline Cook-book," containing over two hundred carefully prepared rccipei, and a pamphlet on Cereal Foods " Illustrated with twelve original engravings of "Hiawatha's Fasting." will be sent to any one who will mention h:'c this advertisement was seen, and enclose a two-cent 5tnp fjt pokt age to the Cerealine MTg Co., Columbus. Indiana. Dr. T. V. Hli, eve anil ear surgeon, 29 , vvtk-t .Main tieeL Kje-. iilteil vvitli cla. ' i;emel 1 or t'hill ami Fever. r.ocin:-TKr.. X. V,. Dec ltl, 1iS.-. Four eai as I conlraetexl a lianl coM that ettleil m my lun?-. I had a severe 'clnll, followed b) hili fever, ragini; head ' ache, pain on my lett side over the lunif, and every time a lit of couglnni: came on, I vvldeii was every few .ninutes, it was ter ' rible to liear the iialn. 1 thought it meant an attack of ineiiuionia. as 1 went through la tvvo-iuontli Megeoftli.U dieae, and it came on Jut the samo vvav. As it wa-, I nlglit 1 thouKlit 1 would wait unfit morning ' liefore -.ending for a doctor. Fortunately.a Bl and 3 IVwt Main M. nml 4ll smith Mar- iaf iH)K 0f At.I.COCK'-. rl:m I'l-V-TKli-ket si., xiiriuKiiritl.n. I was found ill the iosession of a friend i - ' j vvlni bnarddl with tn. One of tlie.se was SALE OF BUILDING LOTS. put mi my throat; two on m clie-st, and I one on my back over the left sluiuldei- lliursilny, Iprll 1 1-Tlilrtj-Tliiee Choice y 1 then had a hot foot bath. After Lot. I -,,. cHttlnir into bL It seemeil but a Try our Fine Coffees. ! BARGAIN STORES, K. C. Dial, as guardian of Cora 1". and lulm U. IliN. mil sell at nubile sal,., mi iThursil.ij. April 14. at -J o'clock p.m.. I thirtj-tluee choice building lots, on the j premise directly opposite the street car stables. Seven of these lots are on elluvv Springs street, balance on I'.itton street. A I line upiwiitunitj for wotLiiigim n. lils are ' all in Immediate iiemliboilinml of Kvans I .MauufaciiiiingCo.. llanika Iron Fence Co.. ' Springlield Manufacturing Co.. tc I Tonus of 5ale. One-thlnl ca-li on dcliv- trj of deed, one-tiilnl in one je.ir, nm-lhiid in two vi-ar, secured bj mortgage. i r 1 cent, interest on deferred pavments. Ten dollars (ash on ilaj of sale. .! vmi-s l'oi.t- . Auctioneer. 1".. (i. a. (.to S. Dial. Aitornej-. few-minutes when all my sjiiiptoiiis were relieved; the skin became piickly moist; I cuughtil only at intervals, and then Willi verj utile ellort. and in about an hour I was in a sound sleep, from which 1 did not awake until morning. I resumed business in two da) . H. F. Fi.KTriiEii. Our Milliner) Ojieulng Friday ami Saturilav-. See card paper in this All are invited, .Mi:- .1. II. Ahiiih, v-t. 1 Mark-it sireet. lift. Main and Columbia. "C rciLne flal.es" for le b) al! Nice assortment of those big hats w hich .... nil !... r-.ir. Ii,-t l-.w-.iildil .it .1 . I, Ilov'le A Co ,":;s smith Lunestiine strecL i the bloo.1. Trv it this season. David Tat'ini, the w-ell-knovvin temper ance lecturer, who has probably appeared in that cipacitj in every state and terntory in the 1111011, will speak at the Gospel tem perance meeting on the hrt Sunday in Ma. Tllllt Tlreil Feeling Aillicts nearly ever one in the spring. The system having become accustomed to the bracing air of winter, is weakened by the warm days of the changing se.ton, and readilv vields to attacks of disease. Hood's Sarsanarilla is just the medicine needed. 1 It tones and builds up every part of the UkIv. and also expels all impurities from FRESH FISH Bothfiulf and Like, fresh caught, dressed and ileliv ercd mi short notice. Don't torget we keep fresh Oysters. uROl PRINCE COFFEES ! We told ou abo'it them !at week. Tr our choicest (toldeu Hio. our Old (ioverninin Java. ouriAlra quility of Mocha; the cannot be etpMled in the ntt. We have CASPER'S Drug Store, 'OLIVES and OLIVE OIL Cotton ""eeil Oil for cooking puriniscs. NVn York Cream Cheese. Edam and Tine Apple Cheese. Fresh Yeetablcs and Traits. S. J. STRALEY & CO. 1G AND IH KA-1T 111(111 STKKCT, Fref Ikrll-ffrr. Ttlrilinnt 43. Tboe Kilter Cards are beautiful plctum and :ire wurth the price chaivd for the iye-. K.ich p-icknge ot the Easter Dyes will calor fuur beautiful calors Or.uipe, UIf Violet and I) irk Green; or link, IT uef (ireeu or lelEovr. The pricelsnnlyHWorfourcoIors-and each ctdor will dye two dozen toil hiy ti iite, tiie eia;- enn be eaten; the Dies are harm lest. I or sale at t KUherVHIock. Main Street, ;iti Ior Wt of L.lm-tone.lpriuri-'M. FORJALE! -A. C3-OOID FJLIfbL SaiUble for either IUirj, Market, ('ardenlnir, or ("rain Farminp, con ilin of80 acres, gitiutfd heTen miles so nth of Npringfleld, near Sprlnflelil noil VeliotT Srlutrs pike. TKRMS E.VSY. J. A'. GARKISO', YELLOW Sl'MSUS, OHIO. -Ildrrli 8. IHST. DENTISTRY. DR. J. G. OLDHAM, DENTIST. WERATIYE DESTISTKY A 8PECLLLTY. No. 9lA E. Main Street. SPRINGFIELD DYE WORKS 21 SOUTH CEXTERSTKEET. Tliedyelnc. cleanlns. repilrini: and pres Inn of Inlies' and iiL'nti Ii irments a spec talty Tlte only place in the city to tiive Lace Curtains cleaned properly. All work war ranted CHAMPION CITY BATH ROOMS irv w.vm:i tin TheFINE'sTjmlCL'.'AK.-r In the City CLOTH HGTO ORDER irv Dr. Frank G. Runyan, DENTIST. !A..B.-Ta2XLes -Roomln nucklnxbivm'i Hullil!uc.OTer-: -MnrptiiJk llro.'iritore. 0eelUtHall)3 s'itji D till praisrrlno niitnr tth :! w. AVii-.iiinaioiisi. l'etvveen M.irket and Center, SpringfielJ, O. TDOISTT BXJST YOUR FURNITURE UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S NEW STORE, 74 W. MAIN ST. Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember " place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam. the CHAS. LUDLOW & CO.'S COCA WINE! A Pleasant Tonic and Invlg rator, trom trcsh Coca 1 tn. Pharmacists, 55 East Main St., SpringfieJ, 0. Coca Wine bin been used by the medical profession man years, and is acknowledged as the inntt reliable preparation of das. JOHN H. WILSON THE MERCHANT TAIDR 2 AXD :2S EiSr MAIX ST., (Xext Mai Rtm- Xat. Bk) Re opened .Saturday, March 5, 1SS7, with srecialitn--lortatirms of best, clast ani latest stjle of goods, incised facilities in floorspace, lishtine, etc. I am confident obil ity to t-irt- better satisfaction even than at any time (iiug the ten years ot my business expei ience in pringfield In tln future, as in the past, I shall cive my personal per vision to every branch of the business, and will contir to to sell coods by the pii-ce or pattern, whether niado npmy house or elsewhere. Asking a continuance of your jxon agr, I am Yours rexjiectfully, JOHlsT HI. WILSCN-. ACME J'APJER C03IPAY. MANUFACTURERS OF PRINTED STATIONRY CHEAl'EST IX THE WORLD-1,000 PRtSTED XX F.XTE'Ej FUR f 1,50. OUR UVAPrROACHED PRICE-LIST: 1,000 Letter Heads - - S1.90 ' 1,000 1-6 sheet Hill neads. . 5,000 Letter Heads. ... s.r,0 5,000 1-r! alieet 1U11 Heads. -1.000 Packet Note Heads - 1.S0 1.000 M sliwt Hill HeHiIs, .V00O l'acket Xnte Heads - - 5.T.". 5,1100 1-4 sheet Bill Heads, - 1.000 Fine I.inen Taeket Vote Ilead-i. 1.40 1 1.000 Nn. 0 XX White Enveli 1.000 Statements - - - 120 2,000 Xo. I. XX White KnveU, 5,000 statement?, - 5.00 5,000 o. B.W White Emeu T.i; IBN'X9 -POR. SAMPjffiS. NO. 7 WEST MAIN STREET- SPRIN6FIELXHIO PU.XTIN'W DEPARTXEXT CXDER I.A(.'0XA BAMC 31.10 i.iO 1.50 6.SU 1.30 S.0O J. B. FELLOWES & SO, B Am TIILH SPLENDID STOCK OF NEW" SPRING GOOIS JUST RECEIPTED. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Latest Fashion Plates on Exhib). 14 EAST MAIN ST. . I H 1egisxer;ed For Service and Style, the "Retsel" brand leads. BANCROFT, SOLE AGENT 2S WW .&- No fancy prices, but honest value for yourmoney. BANCROFT, SOLE AGENT -5&- rrn i iisafJzxi iff-$tfjgr'"i-i. .nw.. i ...geasiiKLVjtftzag?'Vvr-t!l:v -a?2'-aifxM&i,yrgss.g'' mm -b irniTfKfTgBMTTf it i TrfllMi linn ll "1"i i i "fl" """iA ii r""3Hiir A-? JWTrwlrT',Mrt-Tni'-Tr-7fcf Ti r-Trt-r Tni. Mr-Thliii nn n -y V - t A -V 1 V it 81 Sd&&i?Z?3i?3Bii j ,V2MR'aS?ii5i'fr-,:-i" & "j"" "f'J3' r gir mth '-s . ?flfsr ,;NnP'iV'