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Eii ' Wmi " REPUBLTO SSeKErisi - .",) '...L. .1JLL31.- .'.I.'1 n. . J.- - '.Ujgj.!Ili.X.iJ..U 2 ' --i - li i-it 'I'X"...- Jl . 1 sTnirj;TuiiiiiF:THE gfgllll - 'llUIILUI II1LUL roil i i: miim: Watch Us and Keep Posted. SlXTItltAY OM,. (irtulaleil Sugar, ti 1-le -er pound. " A" .Niiicar. ." l'-fP'r pound; tral "C" Sugar. 5c per pound. Onr deHt-lau rutins are not matched U uuallly or equaled In urlce. t'reb Roasted It in at 20o and He. , "IWmonlco" Hrand at .. ' Rio, JaTt and Mocha. !.. Mar I'rarkrrn, or. Flour at mill price. Corae and we tlin new ('hint Sets we advertised In jerterda,1'' Usne. BARGAIN STORES, 1 ul W-st Mnln St. ami 4li South Mr- i krt St., Mrlnctlrll, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WAN'TLTI An cMicrifnced sien-igraiiher an typewriter, s.l.lrcss, V It. hrtstsr. lly ' w ASTI'D -House to -rooms tu western irtOlCltr. Suitress. J. il JJ.. tills nnee WAXTKU A good cirl for general house work In a small family, iierman pre ferred. Apply at 175 south Plum street, 't'.tf w Lf.WTKD A seamstress at the .Springfield i - . li.. . II ...t "I .... I l .,.,,...- at rH.il . LCKIU l'y ,is. - uwiiiiviuin ........ w ANTED Three bright, active boys, at the District Telegraph omce. lmnicaiaieiy. urxjfTEIi -25 mechanics. blacksmlths.ttoo.l II workers, painters and trimmers. Apply tothe Columbus lluggy ' t'olunihus. "hi". Ws.XTEI "ood.coiiiictcut girl lor dining runm work. I1 wages will Ik- pal.l Apply at forest bouse.XtJctlersou street. to W A"TKI A flrst-elsss girl to Jo general housework, al 'tfseasl lllgh street. , WANTEI Everyone to know that William! Bartholomew Is now ready to clean al) I kinds and grades of carpets and mat line w ith the patent steam carpet beater Carpets caiieu tor suu uei,rir . ... city. Orders left at any of the carpet stores, orat the office, rear of gas works. cobs WANTED Salesman can add U line: small samples: one asenl earned 51.401. others up to ti.. In In). 1. O. ll.n 1371. New 1 or ASTEK -AlJernian girt Mr Keiieial house worn In small tainlly, good tri. Ap Hy al oorner of Jefferson and .Market streets FOHSALE. 1VR SI.E-Kesidenee.of twehe or thirteen X ro..ms; contmlly l.icatert. In an excellent neighborhood; within live minutes- walk ol Kelly's Arcade. Address. "House tor rale. 1-ock boi 4' I'lty. tt FOK SALE OR TRADE-Forty acres of first class land close to Himiinnhain. Ala., will I sell cheap or trade for coou pnnsnei.t. uruo. property; 531 acres close t Sedalla. Mo.: .. acres tose to Washington. C. II- Ohio; Jl acres close to Sprlcsfleld. Ohio; li acn-s close to Sprinsfleld. Ohio. All kinds ol property lor sale and trade John 11 Johnson, corner .Market and High streets, city. 76b FOR RENT. FOR 11EXT House for rent, ri reward for information leading to a house of ; to f rooms for rent to first class tenant, who will pay tn advance and has not the time to hunt lorahouse. Addressorcalt on Foreman a jette.city. h F)R UEKT-Room In second stun of Kinr bullding. corner Main and I.lmestone p ply at W.C. liowneyA Co.'. -b MONEY TO LOASJ. MONEY TO LOAN - In targe orsniall amounts on long or short time. A nice hom for sale on south Factory street, .cheap, also, property In any part of the city Imiuireol O It. Kl'sell, real estate and lone acrnt, room V Commercial block. Limestone street. fit Ifitn MONEVTO LOAN-Insumsot S.VM to i7,fi, on three to five years' time, on first mort gage or approved commercial paper ?eore 11. Coles. roomNo.l. Jjuuuda bank building ANNOUNCEMENTS.. CLl'.ltK IF COt'KT. James II. Rabbitts will be a candidate f.ir re-election to the office of Clerk ol the court of common pleas, subject to ihe decision of the republican contention. Capt FtnleyO. Cuuimlngs is a candidate for Clerk of Common Pleas, subject to the decision of the Republican Contention of Hark county. AtlllTOK. I' M.Cartmill will be a candidate for the o-iiutv audilorshlp. subtect to the action of the rcpublicancoiitenttnu. lielieting that r. Ili.in In office promotes purity of politics and advances the partj's interest, be will iiotaak a third term. If nominated and elecletl. o F. Sertlss will lie a caudntate forreelec Hon to the office of t '.unity Auditor, subject to the decision of the County Republican Con tenllon. E. T. Thomas Is acandidate forCouiity Vud tt.ir. subject to the decision of the County Ke publican t'oiiteiitiou. lti:CIKIKK. S. A. Todd Will be a candidate for re-election for County Recorder, subject to the decision ol the Republican Contention. Ueare authorized to announce W. II. Ro'we. of South Charleston. Madison township, as a candidate fr County Recorder, subject to the decision .if the Republican County Contention I'ltoit.vi 1. .11 iii.i:. John C Miller will lie a candidate for re election to the office of probate judge, subject tn the decision of the republican county con tentlon. Fletcher White is a candidate for l'rohate Judge.sul.jecl to the decision of the County Republlc.au Contention. Slavonic .ollc, . There will lie a stxi-ial couinitiuicitiou ol Anthony Io.lgr, F. ami A. M . Moinlay etening. April i.i. for work 111 M. M. Mein-Ik-is of t'lark lodge ami all M. M. in gissi Mamliiig are inutisl to lie present. It or iler of V. M. J. It. Cl.tvi.l.KtiAN, Scretarj. .1 fin 1'iclnre Citen away to each customer onlering fraiue. or Inlying Roods to the amount of one dollar or more, at Williams's art store, 7i" east Main street. Just think of it: Onlj ?l.-jr. for ladies" Ijess siloes at llnusr .V Farsons's. Hr. T. 1'. Illiss, eje and ear siireism, -'. west Main street. Kje litteil with glasses. An atiniijiuous letter. li--eiel b) Sexton, it is thought, will lead to discoter) ol tin aiitliorsliip of the rnmell foivcrj. IV-Ii.-i.1ti llenriott Is under arrel in l'or duti, Harrison isimity, Ind.. charcisl with Ihe inunler of Ills w If e, who died March joth Iriun the brutal treatment, it al IcKed, of her litisliand. 85 CENTS BUYS A GOOD WORKING SHOE FOR MEN. $1.50 BUYS A FINE WORKING OR DRESS SHOE FOR MEN. $1.75 BUYS A FINE KID BUTTON SHOE FOR LADIES. 85 CENTS BUYS A MISS'S SCHOOL SHOE. LARGEST STOCK IN SFRIXTCFIELD I SPRINGFIELD SEED COMPANY ! SEEDS, BULBS AND CUT FLOWERS ! FLORAL DESIGNS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. CATALOGUE FREE. DEALERS IN DECORATIONS OF ALL KINDS, FIREWORKS AND SPORTING GOODS. ESTIMATES FUR NISHED ON APPLICATION. SPRINCFIELD ST- Carriage and Harness Necessities. 'roruii si'oxuks. For washiUK and cleanlnK carriages. CHAMOIS SKINS, For pollshlnK a carrlace alter washlni: it PIKE CASTOR OIL, V,r r- in it the ailt. DIXON'S AXLK LriUtlfATUK, .fl.I,rru',i"iVr:,!!::i, jiiS I kxlrs. I COUSATE'S IIAIiXKSSSOAl, j For rleansincan'l oiling harness, makl ne I leather suit and pliable, and cuiiic It a rich, black color I ri'UK XKATS FOOT Oil., I I sed for both harness and oilim: tops of ) carrlaces. Kon't use Inferior articles, hut .. ,hh lb.ct t lnw nriees At I HASPFR'S Drun Store. t, ..- .... . r ' w 3 . .. ' BM.hrHluclt. MavlnSlrect.au jioor wi of I.lmMtone,8prlnxtlld LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr O. 1'. Anderson is in town. Trateloiiall tlie ntiliiads til.iy was heavy. Sells' Itro's advertisinir -ai No. -.', is in the city today. Major Crawford, of Dayton, was in the. city this moniinc. Mr. T. li. l'eet lias returned ilom an c tended stutheni trip. Miss i.illie Mrl'adilay will visit friends in Cincinnati over Sunday. Mr. M. M. IWries of IiutiauaKilis, is in the city on rail 1 1 mil business. Mr. Joint Shepherd will sjiond Suin'ay willi friends.tt Meclianicsluin;. I'au Handle aKent Sain ll.slds was out of the city a short time yesterday. The general oftlcers of the I. It. A W. will start on a tour of inspection 011 Mon la. A teiy delightful sivi.il hop was git en at the ligouda house last night by the "t'luti." Mr. V. II. Duncan, proprietor of the I Madison house, of I don, is in the city I toilay. Ket. Thomas II. Collett is in theelty, the guolof Deputy Treasurer Collett, of east Hlifii stnvL llev. 'I'l.oiuas Collett. a former pastor. wJI preach at High M. K. church tomorrow evening at T-.:'.0 p. 111. Thealeof seats lor the "Doctor of AI cantani," net Tuesday evening, is prooeol ing with gratifying rapidity. The iiriKtssiIs of the "Dm tor of Alcan- ttra"lieMTuesd.i evening will lie turnnl I should not nave some place,,' refuge for ... , . 1 ... ;,: I these pfKir littlu crentuix-s and not place them over to the AssiM-x.itel Chanties. , . . . . . . ' , . 1 among hardened criminalx Judges and jury Jim Itunday was arrested yoterda alter- -uou'.d not seud cldUrcn to prison, ami I shall noon on a warrant ehaicing him with la-at- j il "'.v Ju,v tl ulol 0 h""r ' Ten .. . . , ,. ..... . ,, i nesee bv ivirdoniiiT thstu. 1 am i-Oiilidcnt I nu Ills uiistivss, Julia Kinggold. ... , -' ." 1 1 ,1 . still lien-lit more by tinssteji than by allovt. Ijunllord Harry Iloekheld. of the 1r.1de Ins them to remain in n tlnl for crime. I hotel, and son, will leave early in May for' Clirom,,..,lth..wes.i. Mr. In-fcfieM mav 1 hk-ateout there. Mt. Dr. Hen. IL MrClell.in. of Xenla. .who has Ihs'ii the guest of friends in this city and vicinity for several dats, returned home this morning. !en. 1!. K. Seribtier, of New Alliany, Ind., is at the I.agohda. wheiche will re main oter Sunday. lie -omiuulided the brigade that the '.Mill was in. Kev. C. lUrtzell. II. 1 1.. a prominent . , . , . .. . , .,, , and el.,ue..t JIeho.l.st divine, will preach tomorrow- at Central church iutlleiiiotiiiiig and at St. Paul in the etening. WHAT IS IT That causes such a boom at the oldest uier-, chant tailoring establishment in the city.' Philip Gilbert Haincrton sats "the pos The simple I eavm is that 1 am willing to ' session of very gil eyesight may lie a lite and let lite, to sell ou a pair ot ' Uindentme to those feelings of sublimity Trousers tor S.i that some ot my oompeti-' that e:ilt ihe poetic imagination." tors sH for -J7. I am now actual! otlci- ing suits for S-M..MI that I hate in the past , In New Y.-rk city they hate "inis fit sold for sl'at. iuit to hire." As for my light Cheviots that I am mil I a Shekel of Christ's Tiuie. " charging ii" for. 1 can i.-ilitel assert a youns woman of Rj-toa was lecently lliatliiey areuot.spianeti tor mat inonej bi any other linn in the citv I claim to make and trim my goods sec ond to no one in Springlield. and an exam ination of our work Will veiif in asser tion. I would also call our attention to our new and novel machine tor making our own buttJins. so that we ate able to match ail goods with button- of the same mate rial. We are also preiareil to lilt onleis immediately for buttons of any desiicd material. ipSfc J-A-HUEES HOTEL OO - R - ISTE ' .i zz l-'i-t cieiilng 'I'.iin Norris as niiet.il in ' u vtiM i'IkI for tielstinsjc. He w:i-. I'lmrueil I I itli la'iiii; ilniiikanililiMinlerlj. 1 Mr. Cliarle Selierr. of I'liilmlelplilit. i-. I Hi,- irtu'sl 'f liis linitlier-in-l.iw. Mr. .I11I111 i M. llier. if No. "JIO wi-st ('olutiiliu I tri't. -Mr. S'lierr i m lii- uy liomi' I lrom an I'xtenileil wsti'ni trip. .MNAimii Diwli, sKter of Dr. Oovli, the ilenti-t, lia rettirneil to her luniie ill Vrtrfc. l'a.. after iNntlini; sevenil inoiitln i.ere. she took mw ui .,.! n..- ii.y. Mililretli, witli lier. The .loctor will iit them .lurliiB tli.-miiuhut. . Wouldn't spoil the Dinner. AuoUwarxeteran. vhr. I1.1.I i-n tlirough i,af a ,itij:eii t-aiupaisn. ami was not very .rtjeuiaj- ai,oUt w hat lie ate, was invileil out ... . . . knll .liiiiirr lialte. lie ftL llllot lirectli' opposite the hostess, ami was ainful lr txuivious that even move he made couM ' . , . .. . :.. lieobsei-tetl by her Suddenly, at the height of the feat It it ies. the veteran came arro- a j catenillar 111 his salad A furtive glance at j the hostess dis. losoil the fact that she too had 1 dist-overed tho eniliarrassinc; i-nvninistaiice. i It was a critical moment, but the old koldiei I was equal totheo. .-.is-iou. Without changing; ' it muscle he gathered up tlio t-ateqiillar tt ith a forkful of the salad and swallow eil I Kith' The look of gratitudo wlm.li ho ieivive.1 fi-om 1 bis hostess a fotv mmtites later tvaimeil the ' very cockles of his heart. In due tiino the ttoi leaktsl ,mt, ami when Mimebody asklsl 1 the old cnmiiaisner bow he llke-i caterjiillar Ralail, the reiilycniiift like u hotmt -Ootou ' take nu for a man who would spoil a dinner imrty for a little thin,; like a caterpillar:" iMruit Krtsj l're-s. Tli sl,y Man's Sufferilic I As a student of humanity, I have lattly had under dis--ctiou the shy man. For there ! are shy men men who sulTer agonies, and j hecin utterly unable to get oter this s-ies of . vault. F,ir, alter all, it Ls vanity; it is self ,-onsv-iousiies, and who buta tain js-rm is i self coiis.-ions! The hy man MilTcrs all through his life; he cannot mote without i thinking; that tho ey.-s if his neighlior aie - noting hisawktvuraiitv.s; h iaunot smile ir be pleasant to a woman without hatlli? a dreadful siiiLuig' At Ills he;irt, and tho ts-lief tliatkhe will laugh at him afterward, and as 1 fur n-aUiug her u confcaaioit of hulote, bo simpr. .!-, not dare to doit. One of them ""' ""' '- " '" ". " atviseii nun aisiuL uiimg 111s jove. tor 1 vtas periectiy eei tani that if ho hioketi at the tirl with the ximeea,.'! eesthat lie gave mo when only j talking ui his lote that shebiuiconiiiitheuded it, aim was onl wniting tho opiiottunity b I lccept it, Woliu-n are eeMoni alllicted with 'his discae, and men have much to lie thank , Till for in tint they one not. 'Rah-' tn .Jt'uw YtukStar. I A siIhmiI fur Crime. t Governor Taylor, of Tenu-HS. in a recent Interview haid: toI uotico that there is in j prison a large uuiuL-rof children under 1.", .years of age. It is a shame, that Tennessee, nat-o reijue,! inottanui.s . preiare tor ,ue ttl4 of h names and olfeiw-, of ,(Very I-rsou in prison under 1- they nor any other child shall stay theie while 1 an i gov eruoi of Tennessee." I Cofl.e loolers" ill IlKltle. I A rejmrler nkeil Coiifrcssmau l!rai;c; i what he int'iitil by the c.pic.-.sion "tolleu i ctKiler," nseii in his sets.li npiin-t tins ' vetoed hmisuii bill. -'If you (jet ForlieV picture of the tun." Mtid Mr. I!rng, ou will see a pit Hire of the reKimeutS I at, the mote into u t mil. On the side of the loud, under a tx!.-ir cop-e, tliere nre .,. . .ti ...I-... .i...... i. ..i.i..... inree r-ooiici-- -iiiioiii.i ,m,,ii imihuhs Uu,jr Ulffw , , lmt ,,, Alll . tHel .,, until oui-r ihelmttleund then j rejoin their regiments. These fellows I were features in every regiment, and I i was surprised at the faithfulness of I Korlies' delineation of these skulku-.'" liotifsville Courier Journal. presente.1 with a verv Taluable coin, a shekel if tho tiino of Cari. Sho took it to a jew eler to hat-o tt mounted with pearls as a breastpin, and when the went for it was hor iirled to tin-1 tbat the jeweler had scoured off all the sacicd tccuuiulsti ms of ages, and tho thrkel shone ns blight as j. new nickel. It v has all right to f'-r f t our eneuiies, but if vou ran li -k 'cm lie. u isim,-,t-asier uud t hill taut longer -Carl Dundee I .-..lie.- limit lie itmt l.....ku.k-. lioii't diite tne Inis awaj lit ton sw.nlh or fiiikli-d skin ; 'liie blemish need hist but a il.i When lHaut's hoiuageou ma w u. It using I'hamprinV. I.iipml l'carl The change is made wilhetcn girl. VlTRDAY EVlOnXG APRIL 2: lf!ST. SEED W1TTEN3ERC WINIMOWINCS. lMlfi"lini; Hen l llt-ll l Hi mill IVison.illllrsAlMiiil prlnsll. I.f. 'ill.-e. Locals ere cut out last week. That Jin'l ni.iile the stmlents Lilian. liaker wiil preidi in l.i)toii toiuonow. .Simon will preai'li at Newcastle Sunday. (ireeiiew.ilt preaches at Ostiorn the com iint week. Von Let tjulietl Mr. Mvers agrees with wli.tt? "Iiis'tm, I iliiln't throw any coal: linik at in) liamls. r.sso iinlh-ck w.is on the sick li-H patt of List w cek. Tin1 juniors arc stmljinga twelve-cent book this term. Kiililerwas "lost" last week but fniiinl later. Itobrabauifli t.mlit scIukiI at Snow Hill pait of this week. The Oratorical association hail a i;ouil tneetiiiK last week. M.iiQSirt goes to Sonora tmlay where he will preach tomoriow. -yi,,. i(eis of the l'liilosophian s(K.-ii-ty w,.,,. iiSta,sl testerda. The first preparatory class has Ihe apjieai ance of a klndergarileii. It isclaimtsl that Charles Wiu liter is a dc.M'cmlent of Orpheus. Jake wants to know who the ,,'iil is that is so liadl struck on him. The Junior theolocties will usher for the Seniors at their ooininencemenL A certain Freshman wants helices w foiuietl and pronounced heil.issesi. A sophoiiiore w.is recently heaid to ex elaiiu. "fireat luillsof agony." at a tirtvk les,in. I'rof. to Fresh in Iitin- "Who was the sts-ond king of Home:'" Ilrilliaitt Fresh "Kenius." Wh).I saw-a oueer obji-ct while liotaiiiz- iug last week, and wanted to know when that cotv would lie dressed. Siciiiiiiul, jr., is reiorted to hate per fornitsi the "osculation" cerenion, not long since, while out calling. I'rof. Ibissell completed his h-ssons 111 iliH-utioii last Thursday night and fatoied the class with 1'oe's Itnti-ll. It is propheMisI that Ceorge William llengst. who is siudiing law itithiscit, will In- Ihe coming llenr Clay. The I'hllo-Kuterpiaii "pulilie" was jmisI luiucd from last night until next Thursday on ac-ount of the rainy we. ther. S. S. Hurt-field was elected senior editor of the ll'iff, iifx nirr, ami flraiiville drtthe i junior editor, from the I'liilo. s.-k-t). 1'. A. Matthews, of Troy, an old Witlen-iK-nrer, visited the college Thursday while attending the presbytery held here this week. Kev. Mr. I'orch. another old Wittcifberi; er. tisittsl the students last week, and ad dressed the philie. Friday. He nil! soon take a charge at Ablline, Kan. The sophomore class held a class meeting; last week and elected H. II. Hiller as pres ident to till atimcy of Hayes: also tlran- ille ( Irt, captain of the Soph. It. It. team. The Theologites held a class meeting on theiollege campus Tue.sil.iy and elected J taker chairman of the music and pro- i gramme committee. Other committees were also apjioinhst to make arrangements for the coming Theologue coiimiencement. How ,;r.,nl anil 'MrClrllan IScaprd. i Now that (Jen Omnt and lien. McCIcIIaii j nieliothileud it is somewhat dillicnlt to te-.t I the truth of the story that they wcrepre ! vented Ironi Inssiniuig bu-iiie-s n-sisiates in the Nil ni-agtia s,hcme only by inforlii-ationof the lailure of OraiitA. Waul. This news reached them Kt the moment tiled lorsiguiiis the iai-i- liv whnh Mclielian was to hato Iks-ii made i-hief engiikvc of the anal coin p.llit ol wbn II l.ralit wastohste liecil plo-1-dent H iialetei may 1- the fatt-, the -tory doesiioti.lteiMl ncamst the diaiiwtic unities in tin- iminlof tune The aptiearauce of siuh a in tilii-ntiou at llie critical tiiomciit is eliuiiii wortbv of a inelodiama. New York l'rltat llalrell. I.te. Aii idea li-iki-s me: If every soldier who was with (,1-aul ut ApjiomatMx would gltu the actual count "t men and nil whower them easily can in their re-ictiveiesiinents it would . 01 ici-t ninny gross errors m history. I'lete'iud leader. I'llllH kt A Uike Mn-hii lonii course of ole him that e-s-l. Vessels allies. :an ciplain sns that a -.e -lion has dint iiucd after w omi n are rt-niarkablt unliick. 11- comjiarisl with those liciinng the IiaUK-s in men. He nlo sats that he iivter knew a lioat uaiueil Mayili oter that was unliu-kv New York Sun. tiotliMiu's llon-.es of Worship. . A careful compiler of statistics states that tliete are in New York only oOD plares of worship, om-llfth beiui niisniou cham-N Their total fiititif; catuii-itv Is I not more I ban 'kVl.liuu. The niimlier of j men in the tit iK-twccii lb and I.i ears of age, acconliin; to the most tellable in- f urination. Is iVj,Il'7 Chicago Herald. 'They neter throw anything away in j i Xew Kngl.-ind, " T. )! Aldrich sys; they 1 always put it up m tho attic." I COM'Y, - R. Elinor t asulTlvs. A Troy pajiei- sjieaks of a ihg tight being; ; nipped 111 the bud " A dog tight bud mu-t j ue a very luicresiiu uoiaiucai pueiioiue-uou. Sornerville Journal. The czar's toluminous correspoiklence will kill him yet It consists imistly of letteis ttireateniug his life. Washington Critic. j A Florida end man knows the differem-o ljetween Admiral Farragut and Sej.p i Jones. He savstnat one was lathwl to the mast, while the other is mabed to tho last i New Orleans IVavune j -What's the niattei Fat?" More fun in i the family this inoiuiu. sor " ie.' twins again?" "No, sor. 1 ,-ith and it's tisplets this time." "You'ie getting on." "liettiu' on, is it! hy hit-ins. sor. I lielave tb next'U I quadrupeds'" San Frapcisoo Chronicle. I)ve m a collage nieaii- simply a hfelong courseof plates fortwoand daily bread for one. IHick "Mawnin', Biudder Smlf How's all de folks vtid your -Deyi well, bress Mtes,' One ob de children was ailin yiterday, but hit died jiliiu the nisht.'" Texas Sittings. The New York Tribune sats we hate a line iuit al fleet on puier Well, that's tt here most of the buttles are fought uonada- i,lou lilobe. "Next Sunday," said Father Magulro to his corigrecariiHi, "the funeral of A. It. wilt be held in tbis church.' 1 shall preach a luiieml sermon on the occasion, and the man hiiu-lf trill be here tho Urt liaie In twenty years. Uviug Church. The blue and the Ri-ay lite in song, as a matter of I.o t, all veterans of the late war are now ju-t a little gray New Orleans IV a une .Teiiuy son's jubil-e ile is what is -allsl blank vere. It is probably tlw blankeil-st ver-e that Le ever committed. Norwich liul Ictiu. A Turkish bath and a hor-eisick trot in tbejiaik lief.uc biradfatt atcsa'd by phy-i-cions to take away souir of tteir ino-t es t re ad patients. Itti In Hie Mammoth ( akte Isikiut- up at the sides of Il.e ereat dome in tin- .M.imiuolh uite. I a-l.eil Ihe Uiiide what On- lare tilack spots were For misttei he vvi lit to Ihe ne.iresi and tenderly nik ilott ii : small bat. There were. 1 think, millions of I hem. all hang ini: by the feet, heads down, and in a cotimlo-e isiiidltinii. they sa'inl Hie win- . ter lialiRiint up here and apjiear to preler j as did the signers of ihe Dei la ration of j IiulcrH-iulftice "to banc together" mther than "hmu separate'." Altliotuh in a state of coma they knew enough when put I liack m jiosttioii to Vc.itch on. i or , ! Cliarlesiou News. It Is Loaded. In a hotel not far from Albany a stranger who takes an apartment for the night is confronted liv a sign, printed wild large type upon red p.istetioard. which rends as t fo!lotv.: -D.iiigeroilsl If you do not j know how lo turn off the wis ak some one. Do not blow it out. It ttill kill jou." The proprietor is evidently not a lool killer. Albany Journal. One dollar and lift' cents is all that is , asked for Cent's dress shoes at Rouse A Parsons's. Hi, loo i:ie,-t lo Attend Hie Mi,,,,"' If oti do, remember while looking at the sights, that another circus takes place the next day (May 'M. at .. p. in.) when the bidding commences on Fullertoii's lots. . Tito dollars buys an elegant pair of dress shoes at House ,v l'arsons's. , X-.illVKlu The Best Dollar Shirt in tha city. j THE SHIRT MAKER, i SO. a LIST MAIX STKEKf, 1 In i is 7? .C ip it" i yr (DMA CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR BAKU POWDER DOES NOT AMMONIA, ALUM, LIME, OR ANY ADULTERATION WHATEVER. IT IS A STRICTLY PURE GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER. CLEVELAND BROTHERS, ALBANY, N. Y. HUFFMAN & R1CHTER, TAILORS, INVITE INSPECTION. THE LATEST SPRING STYLES. No. 31 East Main Street. LUDLOW'S M AVITII IODIDE OF POTASSIUM, Cures all diseases arising from an impure state or low con dition of the blood. Spring is the most favorable time to use it. 100 doses for one dollar. CHARLESLUDLOW&CO., JOHN H. WILSON, THE MERCHANT TAILOR Mb AXl) rS Ei ST MA IX ST., Xcxt Mail Kivfr Xal. Huoki, He-opened Sjiiirtlay. .March .", 1SS7, nith sperial im liortatioixs of liest cla.ss ami latst styles of i;iir)ds, iiu-rea-seti facilities in Hoot-space, iitrhtiiig, etc. I am conlMent of ahil ily to give better satisfaction even than at any time dttrintc the ten years of my business exnei ieiice in riii!;lleld. In tlie future, as in the past, I sliall i;ivo my personal super vision to every branch of the business, ami will continue to to sell goods by the piece or pattern, whether made up at my house or elsewhere. Aslant; a continuance of your patron- age, I am ctohit h:. SPRINGFIELD WHEEL CO. i i Walnut Alley, between Main and High Streets, MINI r'UTl'KEKS 01 AM. IJIMHKS III' Vehicle Wheels! WHEELS AND ALL KINDS OF WHEEL MATERIAL FOR IE AT THE LOWEST PRICES. elointless, Damnsk, u M Superior in design and coloring to those of previous seasons. ! A. C. BLACK & CO. contain Vours respectfully, -w-iLsoisr Fancy and Plain - f " --V. .s I ' ."-si, 2(5 EAST auTA-IN AND IB WIST "UA-IlsT.