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mmwtm f r m iwmmmmm 'v?" ft "REPUBLIC, MONDAY EVTSXIXT., MAY -2... 1887. i 41 ra K II l SU ft' PICNIC Sardines, 4 boxes for 25 cts. Salmon, per can, - 15 cts. Corn Beef, per can, - 15 cts. Bottle Pickles, - - 10 cts. Sweet Pickles, 3 doz. for 25c Cucumber Pickles, doz., 5c. Olives, - - 15c and 25c. Picnic and Lunch Baskets, all kinds, at either store. ioX$aM&s BARGAIN STORES, 1 and B3 Wawt Mala St. and 40 South Mar ket St., Springfield, U. eSTTBCBEElXl. UNDERWEAR Fine All-Wool, LicM Weight. Summer Merinos. Balbrifxan, ,laln ami fane-. India tlaiue. Frrncb Ve-lteM Nainsooks. (ilendlil assortment of the above' tlesira ble goods. lric lower than ever. HATTEK AMI FURNISHER, Tit. ." Ern.1 Mtiiii St !. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. 1RF.E AIll EKTISIKG. 0 ,V AN'D AFTER Today the .-prinKlleld ll. iiv Hrm-Riir will lnurt aucli aas an UmiM" "Loit." "For Rent," "J or ."-ale. etc In this column one time tree, thrre times tortent-nf eentv and six times forrilty eema iiifcs,rju:iinr.i.ii-i n t-u .Muyt!. IssT WANTED. WANTED Mllri-Experienced ctrl lor crner .1 Luuifworkln a famllTof three. Anplv to IIS soutti spring itrtt-t. Ui TfTAXTEII A competent mau to take care i( li an oia ceniiemrn. jiusi come wen recoui mended. Apply at 51 east Main street 121b' TTTASTED AH Unds of clothes wrtnser to II repair: called lor and aeaierea; oiiers Dyman promptly attended to. o.n. jiuier, lot V, est Main "HTIXTED Olr! foreeneral housework. Rood I waces. 314 .umettose . mm ITTAXTED Two gtrlt Cook and second Elrl, II at 37e south Market street. tt TIJANTED A man of temperate and moral IT habits seeklne employment, to represent an old etaousnea nouse in nis own section mIais? S"U to Slue) iier month Keferencvs ex acted. 1m. Manufacturing House. 16 llarclay street ;vew lorfc. WASTED A ttrst-class (rtrl to do General 1 1 housework, at S3 east Hun street. FORSALE. FOR SLE "ibout le.i.OO Xew Brick, deliver ed by cars on the I. BHV.R. H- Apply at once to E.W Ross A Co- Bowman lllock, M. Main fit. 117 PORALE Residence, of twelve or thirteen rooms, contrallv located. In an excellent nelebborhood. within flte mlnntes' walk of Kellrs Arcade. Address, "House lor -..ale. Lock box ss. City. tf MONEY TO LOAN. MONET TO LmX r or a term of years at T Percent. John U.Johnson, corner Market and llicb streets. MONEY TO LOAX-In sums of iSew to fliMJiw for one to fire years, on first mortxaseor approved commercial paper. Theo. . Ick. a East Illeh st. Kr.b.-1'r MONEY TO LON-Insumsof $.W to .;.(. on three to fire years' time, on Brat mort pgre or approved commercial paper. Itconre H. Coles, room No. 1. Laconda bank bulldlnc FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished room f.rone or t centlemen Hall entrance. Conveniently located Call at 10 south ractory street. Mo an unfurnished room at the same place 1 Jib POR RENT Home of ten i o a. iu iierlnl T condition. No. 6 East I umlila strwl Apply to I. 11. Rubsam. I Hani JIOR RENT Rooms fr un J-t to tli-een . trally located. Inquire of fhos .barp LOST LOST Last Wednesday Mr of Kld framed spectacles. In case. The fi nder w 111 be suitably rewarded by leaving with H M bhepherd. 10 south Limestone street Uiti PERSONAL. I CAN furnish lj&o Industrious ladies wlib permanent lucr&tlv e employment. No fraud orbuinbug. Hundreds of testimonials from ladles made Independent tbrough this work Mrs 11. F. Little. Cblcano. 111. Hums H. C. LVOJf. THKO. HOUL. H0HL& LYON RTXTABT.r. F AND FAMILY SUPPLIES. The Bert Owned .d Bottled Jood. Strictly Fare asd Flnt-CUs. Hoods, at Lowest Prices. The Late C. T. Ward Grocery, 7 WEST MAIN ST., Corner of Center, Spring-Held, 0. TILKI'HONK MO. 3. !--$v"ii Khi-m FOK ." CENTS. Extra Fine Moyune Young Hyson Tea At 2.1c per pound, sold elsewhere at 40 and 50c GOOD PRUNES. Only THc ier pound. Take them while they last. Finest KEY WEST CIGARS ' IIS THE CITY S. J. STRALEY & CO. Si AMU 34 ICAST HIGH STRKBT, VjqjAaj PRODUCTS WHITERUSSIAN5DAP NOTICE THE LINE OF 50c. STRAW SPRING M NS FKKSII SKIIhET7 ruWUEKS. I t fu.Ka Utatue unl a i i-revftitnf or curt ui ""Ick llea.lulif ourtimi&ihur lltHrt burn They arc rvfrviliiii anil iKiveiMe J.r aletlnKif ur in ln)ii I rrMl rnalf anl lot vile by TAl'Ht lruKelt soun ion m k vi : m u;km . l.t! itaMt a lt'niiiH.tt' tjry t'flis ttut a Iiistlvt or iiunratlie alH.t ui (ul in J-ewr, 11 HtieNn- nl HfatlaPhf -Iwv (rts!i. matte h inlmiroed formula ami for s tie at CASPER'S Drug Store, rtiher'.lllork. Malnttreel, Jil Door West of !.liitfttiie,'4trlnfll1. LOCAL BREVITIES. Officer Nickla n s ill jMenlij tint he eouM not 1h on lut Mr Dave MrConnell m.l Mr Mitt Fifer. of enu. are in the eit Mise Marthl Vieliols ami Sue ilf, f enia, are in the it) toilaj ealluit; mii friend n. Mr. 1L Mel Smith, nf I'oIiiiiibiiN, ii;ent nf the II A li niilntail, iiiitii lt iiichL Mr. P. K. I'olwell. nf Mtt hiiiieliiirK. bui;lit and 1iIimxI 1,(h)0 iloeii of ei:." in "eiulas. l'nif McKiMx-ii ! in New Carlisle tmlij. eneacel ill " iiiiiiuiii; the M-iuor Iks yf the lligli A IhhiI for uridintioii. The Uee l.me train leavme here at 11 tVilock now has a through coieh to 1 nion l'it and liuliaiiilHilis ia the li)tou and Motion line. Mi-Stelli Knerr, one of IMjtonV m(Kt attraetne and iieiMinplKhM jouiir ladles was the c,m-t of Hon .1. K. Mower and f.inul), Saturday. Hill Mtt'arij, of Fnon, and Hill ll.icken bunr. of tin city, weie arreMed haturda) afteriUHin for iiiihliuc -lhe) weie ii tureil in a MV-t end saloon Mijor lllmr S. Kell. Joe Cutim 11. I. F. Ilaucioft and Ail l!.ikhau left .Viturdij eveniiiKfora week'-, tislnimat leiet. 'Ihe will return atxmt net Fridaj eeiiiii. A handsome new passenter coach for the Ohm Southern railroad lias just been re ceived from the Sanduskj shops. It went out on its hrst trip .it 10 nYlotk this moni- im; .1 II Ilies. a foninr stiidrnt of Wit tenlH'ri: eollece. was annoMsl to the still of IheViim ola. in the pi ice of lieiHirter Coles who his been letinsl to private iti- reiislnp. i esleniay afternm Olhcer Mist found a straj sorrel mare and colt at the comer of Slam and Market streets and put them in a stable for safe keeping. The owner can pet them by p.inR cliarges. Mr. .John . .McCartv.everj lung's friend "Mac." of the Ctizellr. made Ills tirst ai-IH-arance down town this morning for over tinL His friends welcomed him heart- ilj and hope tint he will soon feel like himself acain Dr. . Sunimerlieli. pastor of the Hiuli street rhristiaii church, will hvlure next himdaj evenincon "Temierano' and Tem- Ierance Laws." His leiture lastevenini; ou "Our (litis" was larselv attended. It was a tine disoourM. Judpe Yonnp, Saturdaj afternoon, fined FjI. Kellv. drunk. S.'i and costs. Julia Hftt Inps, dlsonleri , Sin and eosts.MollieKiisl), drunk and disoiderlv, f 10 and costs, John (iniren, (Iniiik, ?" and ci(sLs. (.eorge llast inc., disorder!, was dismisseil. Mr. .lolin V. lhkwalter will arrive home tonight from New York Cit. He and Mr. A. I. ClaiM)l will at once leave fir the west on land luisiness. Mr. look waiter K as Is well known, interested in the buildinc up of several western uties, vi hose sites I eovwis. Mr. John I.iich, the junior member of thehniiot Cohan A 1. neli, hxs a carbuncle on the back width of his neik. He had it photograph this moniliiK, with several other tumors. It is stated that Mr.- Lytic h. the earbuucie and Hick Hughes will leave tomorrow for Ireland. (ieneral Keifer did not say, as stated by t le biiMlr, that the paier mill cas was proliabl nothing hut m h cr ivi," but he did sa that there w ere unmistakable indica tions of natural gas, but the iuintit likely to lie produced could not lie determined b the present state of the well. Xenia '.n't. Fndi night Oflieer Vicklas shot a big New Fouiidland dog telougiiig to Jacob Ujwers, corner of l'luiii and Main streets. The dog had bitten aihild. Saturdaj morn ing Olhcer Mast sbot another whiih had bitten Councilman Hipics" father. It be longed to Mr. Currie. of f.'l West Mam strecL The siriliiiiio stlalne. Police Court Clerk Morrill ha reeeiwtl from Mr. II. I. Uronson, the clerk of the llice court of Toledo, an inv nation to at tend the unveiling of the statue of General James P. s,t,dIUan. which occurs on the 2Cth iiisL The statue, an engraving of which adorns the invitation, was presented to the cit) of Toledo bv Mr. William J Finl ly It represents (.eneml Meedman as standing with a lit Id glass m his hand watching a battle in the distance. Allelillioi. M.inl,rrH 1iimIoii No. 41 ' There will 1m- a sjH'eial ineitmg of divis ion No. (., lT. It.. K. of P. this (Mondaj) evening for the tra:i-a tion of business of great imixirtance. hver ineintHT is r liiested to attend. Itv order of A W Cmu Mr KL ("apt. ( W IlnisMin i:, Mr Kt. l!ee. VInsfttiii olie. 'I here will 1m" a sjiecul convocation if Springfield chapter N'o 4S, IL A M., this evening for work in P. anil M. h. degrees. John M. Ci:i v, Kec. J. 1 PUPS HAS STKICK TI1F. LEA IX $5, $6 AND $7 TROWSERINCS. GOME AND CONVINCE YDURSELF :i! East Jliin .Strict. THE RAILROADS. AITtlrM of Hie UnllwAvn Itilslietl into I It. Ucinllle ICnllroliI Column Tin 1 ery llls. nml llest of llie News. rinpt cars are plent. Freight traffic is onlv moderate Popular Jack McCimt went to bis home in sa'idiisk esterda 1)ims Spriugtield want a llelt Itulronl ' (Hess not for a w Idle eL Ihe Ilee Line rh.mges lime toh Suio few changes but not iiiiinirtnut. 1 he llee l.me his built two tracks to the new ltoss factor, ntar Fort Pitt 'Ihe l.lttle Mlliiil is pulling some prett good-sired trains in and out of this town. One bundled and twent-.ive ears of coal are hiuleil over the Ohio "southern ever) da) Tlie Little Miami transfer In tween Lime stone am! Market streets Iskept prett) well lill.il Ihe railnnds contract to call for and delivir the miil iKimhes at the door of the post othce. Agent l'lileger sa)s the V i P is doing more business now than it did over at the I. 1! W. depot The railroul li)cott is on and nearl) even roiil is teiug lm)cottisl b) one or mole of the others. rngine IU of the I Hi A W. is down ill the round house. She is the sin illesf piue of mat Inner) on the road. 'I he llee Line will construct bridges over the Scioto at While Sulphur, ami over the Oleantang) at Delaware during the suin mei. Fne atent McOreeve) sajs the Kriewill hustle them just as hard as ever and do all the business as carefiill) and proinptl) as ever. I'ul store) is braking the Spnuglield ae couimotlatlon with great satisfaction He ustsltobea Wagner Im) lietwtvn Ciiiein uati and Cleveland The Kne express etiinpiii) now operates on the Chicago and Atlantic railroad which makes sixteen separate ami distinct railro.nl lines that the) oierate et luslvelv. Anew Iron bridge will he put in this summer to take the place of the llee Line tin bridge just west of the cit). The ma sonr) has ticen In place since last summer. Snitch engine 43 of the llee Line, doing service at the Cincinnati ards passed through last evening for the Delaware shops where she will receive a general overhaul ing Ihe llee Line will semi a c.ir-loid of in sane soldiers out of Ciiu iiinati tomorrow morning, 'lie) will eotmcit with the 1. II A W here and the It. A O at Columbus, going through to Baltimore. The Kent and lndiaiiaMlisclnIr car over the N. Y. P. ami 1. It A W. is now trans ferret! ever) night at Diirliin The station house has been plans! In nice shajH and the waiting rooms put in tinier for pas sengers. The new fast train on the I. II and W. called No. KmsasCity limited, his made the time in great slupe. 'Ibis train leave two hours later than ill other trains ami arrives in Kansas Cit) ver) much earlier than an) othtr. M. F. Potter, foiemau of construction. Is building up a solid uiasonr) at the second Mad river bridge, west of the cit). The hrst course was laid today on solid rock, 44 feet below fase of rail, which is 11 feet deeper than the old masonry. The F.ne express drivers are not In love with the long drive to the N. Y. P. depot, but will now have to make it since the trains do not run ov.er the I It. A W. tracks. Wait. bois. for the odd nights next winter, when the wind between the two bridges will blow through )our mutton chops. Four IJo)a Koli n Krnlt stsml on sunt.i)a tMenli) afternoon four Ih)n two white and two colored, effected an entrance into Allen's fruit and feed store on south Marke street. The leader of the oung robbers was a boy named Charles Marsh, who had been working for Mr. Allen, but who had been discharged on Saturdaj. They eflected an entrance b the back door, but their peculations did not amount to much They got a few oranges and teu cents In mime), but took nothing elseso far as is known. Iist night Olhcer. Marshall ant! '1 lioiiipsoi! arrested Clarence I'nilcr wood, one of the gang, ami this morning Omeer Mast arrested Charles Marsh. I'roflt Is Profit. The most Inviterate salier that ever operated in the Chicago grain market Ls Millionaire Hutclitiisou A scalar, the uninituttetl should Is! told, is a trader who jumps in mid out with rapid deals, satis fied with small profits, and making as few losses as possible Most oeni!ors want to double their nioue), ami many stand for long profits Not so with Hutch Hi orders to Lis brokers are to clos out ai soon as the) can show a prollt to hit credit. "What do you mean by a profit, Mr Hntchinson" inquired a yomiR broker the other da), on receiving his first order from the scalHT "flreat heaven"'' was the rejoinder, "haven't )ou lvn here long enough to know what a prollt is'" "Yes, I know whit a prollt is but I don't know what you consider a satisfactory profit " "A profit," Hutch then ixpl.iined, ""lsaprofiL Any prollt should be satisfactory to a man who isn't a hog Young mau, $o0 is a profit yes $10, or $, or $1, or evoii ten cents- And if ou can't do an) better, one cent is bitter than nothing at all Go along and till that order, and be sure that ou earn me a profit, no matter how small " The broker said he hail been trading on Hutchinson's account for seveiitetn successive di)s, filling several small orders eac.li da), anil in all tliat tune be had not made a loss Some times Ins profits were only sufficient to pa) commissions and a dollar or two over, but the old in in was aluavs satisfied Chicago Herald The Schools of Kuropr. The Paris Figaro giv es some interesting statistics on schools in Turope Inltussia there are 3i,C00 schools, hiving each an av erage of lit) scholars This is one school for 2,!0C inhabitants, at a cost of less than alialfpennva head of the population Iu Austria, vv lth JT,l-iO,000 inhabitants, there are 29, 000 schools and 3,000, OdO scholars. Theaverage number at each school is 104, and the cost per inhabitant 9 l-2d in Italv, for 2t,lKJ,O0O inhabitants there are 47,000 school-, one school for ever) 000 people, at a cost of 8 1 2d a head The av erage number of pupils at the schools Is 40 In Spurn there are '1,000,000 scholars, 29,000 schools, giving an average, of 5G In each school ami one school for ev ery COO inhabitants, as in Italv The school bill comes to Is 2d a head The numbar of schools given for England ls .13,000, widen Ls one for every 000 inhabitants, with an average attendance of !ii per Miami, and a cost of is 0.1 per lit ad The Germans have a school for every 700, giving n total of 00,000 schools, with 100 pupiLs in each, and Is 7d jier inhabitant France lias 71,000 schools, ling one for ever) TiOO. xvithCG in each school France would, therefore, seem to have more schools than an) other great European country These schools cost the countrv Is 2 l-2d per in habitant New York Timsi Irea MnMni;. Mrs. S. M. Monfort. formerly of .Sluli to's, Cincinnati, is prepared to do all kinds of dress making in the latest st) les. ( lood lit and stvlish draper). 'o. W W. Wash ington streeL Bllear in mind the handsome house anil lot. known as the Clark home, at 404 South Market street, will lie sold next Wednesda), at 1 o'clock, at auction, b) Fole) fc Ha) ward. Dais) ciimi salad diessing, Arcade gner. THE NEWS IN tlRltl . The Mirte asks the powers to nomin.ite soiiifbodv for the Kulganaii throne who will he acceptible to the sobranje The race )acbt 'lhistle saed three men from a wrecked English steamer during a run from CI) tie to ("owes A Frenth s)iidlcate his pun hisisl im r l.s.oin) bead of cattle m Moniiui Editor O'lirieu was at N'lagin Falls Sun da) He is suffering from injuries iiteivtsl in the riots Itase Hall Siindiv Cine inniti IT. llilt) more 7 l.otll-i!lo U, Mt tin uilitaiis HrtHikl)!. 'J, M i ' " Full) two '!.' I s rs,i'is ire siiiTt ring from the fop--'. Nv. I i. ; litnrlmo,l ot Lake Linden V ' Fdvvard "sevi'i t "1 dead ' waMniig a game of bil ti M i"it I "soiidi) ph)sician sml it"s s,. , i u cleitli was sun stroke. Dmiel Mackt) altickts, i ".."icj English, conductor of a st"eet car in ('llclgo. knot k ing him oil the car Knglish dirw a pistol and shot Mukev. killing him. Herdiccoich on Massuliusetts avc nut, Washington, was attirktsl b two masked men Saturdaj night. The) tircsl at the dnvei. stH-urtsi the casli-lmx and t m aped picnic part) of seven voung I idles and gentlemen in a spring wagon were ovt r tiirutsl down in emhinkment at stonelit k Clermont count), O Wright itlnm w is fat ill) hurt and all the otht rs were inoreor less mjiirtsl Ihe Ctltic and llriLinnic. of the White Star line, came in collision in a fog. three hundred and lilt) miles i.vt of Sind) Hook. 'Ihe litter was struck on the port side and badlv dimagcsl The Celtic's c ut waterwas torn aw a). Four steerage pas sengers were killetl. The first sitNrdav h ilf holui.i). under the New ork law oetured snurdiv and was more general!) observtsl than its advie cites had eXS"ted. 'Ihreeof the IVnnsjlvania railroul em pin) cn arrestetl for ridibmg freight trilns have lieeuconvicteti in I'lttsburg and mmi tencetl tothe t'Illti'nti,ir). The Louisville races doscsl Siturdiv Tlie winners were Our Friend. Jack Cot ks and Irish Pat The litter won the Cham pigue stakes and tlie Macaulc) handicap. H) order of the President certain intc rnal revenue districts have lieen so changed and coiisolidattsl, ami twent.v-two alNilishtsI. tint an estimates! saving of skh),ihio is the result. 1 he stockhidders of the Cincinnati stris-t railwa) voted In fivorof the prosisitioii to pun Ins.- the projnit) of whit is known .o, the ML Auburn and Zoological rovd for j'K"..2MI. seeretar) Falrchlld has grantetl the re ipiest of tlie Pacilie Coast steamship tom piii) for )ermission to IhviicI ilutiable giHMls for traiissirtatiiii from one lxiint in tlie Tinted States to another via the Canadian Pacilie railroul. This gives a competing transcontinental route, not subject to the restrictions of the inter stite coiiuiiene law Base bt'l Siturda) llaltuuore Cm cinuatl 4 t. Iiiiis 1.', llrookl)ii 'i Louis ville S. Mets 4 Cleveland 1. Athletic I.' Detroit 4. Washington .' New York 7, Pittsburg 5. Philadelphn fi, Chicago '! ltostou 111, luiliaiiaisdis t Columbus pi, Saudilsk) 14, Yale'JO, Columbia I Charles ton i, cvv Orleans 2 Xewark 1, Oswe go 5. losses by Fire Works of Erie lliinal Case Manufacturing coiupaii), Erie, Pa., SsO.000: twenty business house's in Camion Falls. Minn.. SIOO.OOO; the Sonn Uriisli works, Toledo, I)., SW.OOO thousands of acres of forests near Caroline. IL 1 Iioum and bani of Phillip Plum, Ixmg Kim, Clermont count), ()., fdeenwood mill. Fox boro, Mass., IO,000 Archbishop Corngan has ree eiv csl a It t ter from Pope Leo in which the latter ap proves the Archbishop's courMi in regard to Father M((!I)iin. w1iom teachings are st)lel "False doctrines concerning tlie right ot proper!)," "Vicious seeds of doc trine scattered under the pretext of helping the masses," and the Ho!) Father savs that tlmel) measures will lie adopted "for the correction of the rebellion " Henry iceorge sa)s liedotM not think that it amounts to much. Several of the czar's assailants were exe cuted Siturdav, and c thers biuishcst Father Keller, the Irish priest, was re leased from Jill, the court of appeal decid lug his ,u rest illegal. Heturiis of Itor il Properl). William lirand Tisld, assessor of dreene tow nsliip, made his reirt tothe auditor Saturdav. The total value of taxible pro lert In the township is S".r.o, :oo In lssei it was ? ti4,.'ii, a gain of S4,".0" William Jenkins, .issessorof Pike town ship, reports the grand total ot taxable proiert) at S'.ss.iriu In Ism. is was 54 10, NH. a loss of 5J7,so. II. 0. Osborne. assesMir of Harmon) township, returnesl baturda) the Lixible projierty of that township at S:4s.y to. The book for last ear is misplaced and no com parison can be had. An t iihrukeii I ntiilt) Celehnilltig tliiir Mollier' HirlltilH). A pleasant famil) celebration is m pro gress todav I Mondaj) at the residene e of Mr. Clns. Wissenger. 1 1 is oust n .nice of of the sixtieth natal aiinlversar) of Mr-. Jessie Shanks, of Uuevrus, who is in the citv. accompanied b) htr husbaml, Mr. D Shanks and famil). All the children are present.t not a death having ever occurred in tlie famil) The children are Christ and Vtnie, of Tnij; Mrs .1.1! Cinipbe II and Joseph and ('has. Shanks, of Huc)rus, and nclrew, (trace and Will Shanks, of this cits, .V lug dime was servett atiiiNiu Mitirt Horn ltree,ters. A convention of Short Horn cattle breed , ers, together with a eoniietitiie exhibition of specimen bulls from the liest herds in j Ohio, will be held at Newark, O , on Wed neMla) and TliurMla), June Mh awl nth. The ediject ot tlie convention is to do avva) with tlie fanciful notion aliuut the color of cattle hav mg an) thing to do w ith their ex cellence. An idea prevails that red Is the mil) color ot thoroughbred, whereas, ac cording to the testimon) of breeders, mail) thoroughbreds are of other colors, besides red All the New York theiters except one are still open COST'S SUPERIOR ICE CREAM PARLORS! BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY. Oven ready, and Bread and Cakes will be delivered on orders next week. Leave Orders for Sunday Ice Cream on Saturday, as no goods will be sold on Sunday. COSFS ICE GREAWI PARLORS THE MOST POPULAR IN THEGIT1T 3STO. IS E.AJ3T HIGH STREET. llertl I .tut Iriiti.fers. I'liiigh A Johnson lo Patrick l.olding lot on llucke)e strcs-t 3'icw A. .1. Deitnn to A. II. Dtatou. eight ami 0 100 acres of land in lit thel township Slim J rlllltr to lit It'll I. Hill), lot 111 Knon s .on Flii llenr) it li to Charles It. r liogist. iiilt i Him to laud In Pleasant township Sl-l '.o llciiry Hubert to John I u ob S li ifer. lot is Iluliert s idditinn s,.i ,-, iini Ilit'stainl to Owen Mcltret n, lot on (ialligher street Sl.4tii I. ( Dial gu inliin. to Ehibeth Swan son lot in Hit's hi irs' itlditiou ? I'm F F McNillvetal to Mlclntl Mi (iuff. lot in Fdwinlsville S1I" Joseph W Allen to John I, Iiiiiuer m in prciiertv on south Limestone street 100 Owen Mellrts'ii to William 1'oos, lot on (Ialligher street l.'m Alliert Artxigist to Clnrles IJ iput cliim to liml III Pleisint 51.5011 E F McNillv toChirles L ill Etlvvinlsville S-'l'i tlniglst, township Castle, lot Henrv Hulwrt to Uichird J Itnriis. lot in II ilert s.idilitiiii sfo lleur) Ilnlxrt to Mirtin Mor.ui. two lots in Hubert's addition ?s-, I V McNnll) to Bridget Flmagm. lot In Fdnirelsvllle JT., J I imnii nam to Cassie Allen. lot on Mound street 51.000 C 1 Morris to Uichel I'aden, unit 1 1 urn to lot on west M1I11 street i CI .Moles to Uichel I'idt n, cput t laini to lot on west Mam stret t 51. .1. I Zimmerman to.! W. Allen, two lots on Mound street 1 ".Oil W MtCrir) toJiiIh Morns, led in I'eeder's addition 547".. S J A Um Hilktrto nnas ltd In Hilker's addition S.'OO .1 "s Donovan to 1'ebece.i J propert) in I'diliin 7M Dmiel (tirst to David Fnck, How m in, Doiiovm. acre land 1. 1 Springfield township SI Ml. Dmiel Fnck to Dennis Mieehin lot in Sugar grove 5400 A The Clirk residence at 404 South Mar- f ket street, is to lie sold at auction j next Wednesda). It Is a splendid ten-room house and in a health) pirtofthecit). The neighltorhood is the ver) best, ant! to anyl one who wantsa nice home, thev can hvve' an opiKiituuit) to bil) this one. Thesalris it 1 o'thsk. Wislnescl c) Kiin-Jtit Kcnrslitn "" 'I lie His' Line is on deck witli the iH'st out )ct On account of the (term in lti tist nutting at Ottawa. Kan., the llec Line will sell tickets to c. Irani, Cherr)vale, Fre iloiua. Wlnlield, Wichita and Ottawa. K.m sis Tlie route from St. lmis will lie the St. Louis A Sm Francisco, which is a!M lutel) the sborte-st line to all the aNvve imints, except Ottawa, and with one less change than an) other lmo can offer if an) other line is desiied from St. Iiuis, we will sell joii a round trii ticket to SL Louis for one fare for tine round trip. You can purcliise from there at tliesime rate tit kets to all the iiImivc points. Tickets will In- Miltl from M i) '4th to i'Hli, inclusive, at . one fare for the round trip, good returning I for tldrtv di)s. Take the popular lien; Line route and v on will nut 1h- nleceivetl. eithtr In iiiforimtioii or in accommodations provides!. O. 11 Kmiiiit. Agent. ClSet the liest, and alwa)s own a home as mnhi as )ou can. The CI irk I house, at 404 "south Market street, will be ' Mild .it auction, Moneliv next, b) Fole) A J Ha) ward. Mrs.MaryA Calhoun, wife of a wealthy I farmer, pear Manstield, O . has sued . W. I slmtnoiis. a neighbor, for 510.000 damages i lor slander, the allegation being that he his boasted having been "intimate with her.'' relievejnora qtucklr tlutn anj other known rvm- SwclUncn. stilt ICtrk, Hroli-i, Hums. Scmld. diet. Lamli- &l1ennr. Sores. Frmt-bius, kirbe, tVutnir.Sorf ThmAl, scutlca, Vv oanai. Brsdsb, ToottuKliee Snrmlns. etc ITlee ffsTJPiifll?" boltle. Soil by Ul 7--S-taS. aire frjlratltm Oil Dean oar : IS" registered TraJe-JIm, and our rar-elmi'e strtisture. A. C Merer A Co., Sole rTorrletors. llaltlmore. Mi, V. 8. A. Dr. Hull's Couch Rrup will care your Couch sioDce. I'rfceonlrsa cts. fcotn Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye. IsiTABUsHtD IM1, Btt to the wor d. IIinfKl KflisiWl In. kuttsvnroui! No d I ftp pfifitnwt)t t rtsllculou tlitti , rrnn-il'M tb II f ffrt of Ut4 dyw .? thhit-r son nd batiftil ItlACk or Brown. Y plntory clrru'ftri n ptp, d In M 1T)T ov OTiMppltt-ivtMHi. mfi tiontinr this rpr -o).1 by illdrotnrirt- Appltesi fiithdu i Wig F-tttary .ct-Atioih''t.vr nt WM. SCHENCK, Contractor and Builder. Storeanclomcefurnltureniide toorder. also doors, venudas. maintlrs.insidebilnils, n tnd rail, stairs and screens. Estimates and spec! Demons furnished on application it north Center street. Springfield. 0 rf Tbe Crrul Ea(ll.k lmerltOa fi T7 J-mustont. imiiofeitruaudall Dis g.ui.s .., ...r... kjjnri inuivi ,tei. J Xvi eases cauvM by self fttiusa or In IUIV discretion. One nackaire Si. sir tA BsroRl Itv mall Wnle for Patuihlet. Uttki Eureka Chemical Co., Detroit, jrllcn. Call on oraddressTlieo. Troupe.,dr3gglst. corner Main and Market streets. Sprlngfleln lOnlo.SileAirent. HATS IN ssHRv23el llt.tloro I In re are upon Hit skin of evil) human Is iii, child and adult alike', J.Mio.OOe) (sires. Through these pores in the form of insensi ble perspiration, is evptlled more than ones tpiaiter of the nourishment taken into the s)steni The importance nf keeping open these perspiration v lives upon a child's botlv, is sicond onl) to tint of pminpti) digesting the food eiten 1 1 was to open the lines of the skin and to assuuilite the foodthitDr Pitcher forniulattsl Cistoria. Lcstse bttwels. coustipitioti, fevers ami truptioiis whi"h are soeonstant aiuoiig in fauts mil children md which kill one-third of all children beiore the) are hve)e-ars old arise principal!) frouithesetiiiit-aiise It is from the wonderful results attendant um)ii the use of Castona in reguliting Ihe stum it lis md tioivels ami keeping open the lires of the skin, that Cistoria acquired its worldwide rt putation With plent) of watt r for the bud), pure air for the lungs ami Cistoria to issinulite the food, there need lie no unaccounted for sickness among children lastona is a vegetable presi no tion without morphine or other narcotic propert) Tlurt) )ears extensive use lias given it a lii-tor) never attaints! b) auothir medicine. Hjanuir jorth l!o)esen picks upa great deil of nnteriiil for liter.tr) work cluring the season, and resorts unblii-liiiigh to llirtition in oriler to gt t it. At tlie close of a v ac atlou on the Isle of Shoils lie b ule .o.wl 111 til n VOIIIU l.tilt uitli uluktu lie h.iit cirnetl on a Iliruition. with the words "1 mi ver) gild 1 met ou )ou hive lieen worth at leasl j"00 to me I'll TlllltlM. neglectet! or badlv treited, often degener ate into cmcer. The worst pile tumors are painless), s.eeilily and iiermanlly cured w ithout knife, caustic or s dve, b) our new and unproved methods Pamphlet ami references 10 cents In stamps. World's Dispensar) Medical sv ivtion, ce Main stret t, llutfalo, N Y sjJRt! r ii . AKIfl0 .-HjwdcI MOST PERFECT MADE -ti pjr. wth prr t rt-jjnr.1 t VixrUv tn-nth II tWtnfu ' I J'" " '" T 1'- K v r ( tat jnU ( Ktat a 1 mt ii a tir 1 rue M trail vi i tuiti rt Jav r lf ir.tmi'Jy p,t'" RtKiVfl POW0r& CO CJucuna qui SJL?! ANNOUNCEMENTS. ci.riiK or nit'RT. Jaruci II Kabbit.ts will be a candidate fur re ele. Hon to thctiolce of ( Irrk ot llie court of common ulris.siildeci to the decision nf tho republican convention Capt rinleyO Cummlngs is a cauditlate for Clerk oft oinmon Pleas, subject lot he decision of the Uepubliciu Convention of Clark county AUIIITOK. 1 M larlmell will be a candidate for the county editorship, subject to the action of the republicauconvention Heliev Ing that ro tation in office promotes purity ot politics and advances the party's Interest, be will not ask a third term. If nominated and elected. II N Tailor, of Vef Carlisle. Bethel town shtp.isa candid ite for county aL.lltur.su! jet: to the decision of the republican county convention 0 l' servlss will be.i candidate for re elec tion to the olfiee of t mnty luditor. subject to the decision of the loiiuty Kepublicin loo ventlon E T Thomvc Is a candidate for County And Itor. subject to the decision of the County Re publican loutentiou Ul lOKDr.lC. "5 I Todd 111 be a candidate fir re-election for County Recorder, subject to the decision of the Republican Convention. Weare authorized to annouuee V II How, of fouth lharlestoii. Madison township, as a candidate for County Recorder, subject tothe decision of the Republican County Convention ri:il!XT!. ,11 IIC.K. Johu 1 Miller will be a candidate for re election to the office of probate judge, subject to the decision nf the republican county con ventlou yietcher VVldtels a candidate for Probate Judge.subject to the decision of the County Republlcau Convention COMVIIsslOM.il. W II sterrrtt Hacandldate for re-election totheorUce of county commissioner subject to the decision of the republican county con ventlon i:KPKrr.NT.TH I.. lieo I Rawlins will tieacardldate for Rep resent itive subject to the decision of the Republlcau couv eutlon. SPRINGFIELD STEAM DYE WORKS 21 SOUTH CENTER STKEET. The dyeing cleaning, repilrlng and press Ingot Ladles' and tlents' liarments a spee laltv Tho only place In the city to hav e Lnce Curtaius cleaned properly. All work war ranted CHAMPION CITY BATH ROOMS IN COsNKlTION, TbeFI.N'ESraudCLKWEsVr In the City rfr. -j lORPRICE'Si SPECIAL (LAVQRIte1 I Extracts. MAIURAL FRUT I riAVOBS BANCROFTS WINDOW. Invcstifjation has shown that the consumers of Ivory Soap are almost entire! of the most intelligent class of the people; this, vv ttli the fact that over ten millions of cakes of Ivory Siti have been used the past year, confirms what I'rof Silhinan. of Vale College, said- "The Ivory Soap ib of remarkable purity and superior excellence " A WORD OF VRXIXG There are many white soaps, each represented to b " just as good as the ' Ivory ' ; " ihey ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. Copyright IsPC bv Proeler I t am' !e JLIRSHC.A.IjIj &c CO., PROPHIT)TOR. I TlOMESYM lAUNDrfl'r SPRINGFIELD." 0.' HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO. fJOOIfS CAMEO FOK A XII DEMVKKKII. TCLEI'IltlM 13s XiTJIDIJ0'Vvr?S M WITH 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. CHARLES LUDL OW & CO., , r East Iin Jti't. NEW- WALL AND WINDOW Wednesday, May 18, 1887. We have this week filled our racks with NEW WALL PAPERS of all grades, to which we invite your inspection. They are all entirely new styles, no wormy chestnuts, and we are selling them at remarkaLly Low Prices. NOW is the time to buy, as the selection will soon be broken under the pressure of the rush we are having. We employ the most expert paper hangers that can be had, and guarantee all work. An immense stock of Window Shades of all kinds, plain, decorated and handsomely decorated. Buy your shades before the hot weather sets in, and be ready to keep your rooms darkened and cool. Prices away down, far below the surprising point. G. ft PIERCE h GO., LEADING BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, X0. 1.-I S01TII MARKET STKEET, JOHN H. WILSON, THE MERCHANT TAILOR 2K .VXD 2S EiST MAIX ST., iXcx- Mad Ki.er..it. Kant), Re -opened Saturday, .March ., 1S57, nitli special im portations of best class and Litest styles of uooiK, increased facilities in floor tpae, lighting, etc. 1 nni confident of anil ity to give better a isfaction even than at any time during: the ten years ot my business exnei ience in pringlield. In. the rutur', as in the past, I shall che my personal super vision to every branch or tlie business, and will continue to to sell goods by the piece or pattern, whether made npat my house or elsewhere. Asking a continuance ol" your patron age, I am Vours re-r.ectfiil!j , jronisr h. w-iLscosr. W B. J HUMi 11 14 PKiMSXtfH Jllli1lll pB liJ'ill I If.734LPMMw EuiWl ts r- u. Ihrnrff vnismurf proportion cnntBAwrriwtofJiflltAb ivumf mSJrT,-. SEMINAL PASTILLES VV-MkiM udfkjrKctl lo.T 1 a Voan or J !! lltHn. itHmd for,!.StV.rs li Uouu4cm thr klmlstclr tm rmutaretr bj"4 aadbrokn down nuia tothafotl njorra9atof trnn iu rau suit Btmcttt ul Lmnaa llMlth. o Ihovo who BQflttr from tho Bftor ebaear d LseitMa T-roohlbont brlollntuajiTaiinOnr Bnla vvork.ortoofr lDdmltftc.waftkthatra seadas Fr Bftmo wit h ktmn t of roar troabln. tud Bcaro IlUAl.t'ACKAOKirlirK.wnhlllo'dJ'mphlo. RUPTURED PERSONS emn Itara FREB C IHw-tMuTllH TMI3 VUK .oivv Minwwr,v t D PAPER! SHADES. SPRINGFIELD, 0 nrorllM trocita.j ,j Qoicr K ,,- UKE BMIM IM Bi . . . . .i - .-- ". ul uurn& rztrz.'zji'zrs OJ ur '..ur"" l ". " or T'uU'f''JLV. ?" m mtMi ito th teat of Hi iUrpcio rj -yuraraii K(W;K10 Qftl?. TblUttm -- j m- uwa .vim. stBja IWia TBMTTCniT.C-ijitiaeAC.rwIfaLg. TM, ft HARRIS REMEDY CO., Un Cmmn. S08iIT.TontllOt'oet.Sr.iOTIla.Kt. .rtalofourApplianco. 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