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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 December 1887

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Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 December 1887

r M7? "Si -"Si -$1 S-ial M ,3l - ""iI .-3! sf ::X, - SylBfS. ? PERPETUAL YOUTH. Th Mid there I fount in riowrr Land D Leon found it where 01.1 Aft sway Tarawa wntj mind and heart, and fresh as da Springs from the dark, and Join Aurora'! lnd J fhla tale, transformed by some skilled trouTeres wand Jtom the old myth In a Oreek reel's lay. Beats on no truth. Change bodies as Time may Sods do not change, though heavy be his hand. Van of us needs this fount? What soul is old Our mere masks age, and still we grow mors young. For tn our winter we talk most of spring; And as we near, slow tottering, God's safe fold. Youth's lored ones grow nearer though among Tbs seeming dead, youth's songs more clear they sing. Maurice Francis Egan in the Century, LIBERIA'S MISSION. FOREIGN MINISTRY WHICH SEEMS TO BE GOING BEGGING. BQMllIm In rra and resell of One of the Mae Carious Countries of Africa How the Women anil Men Look roulblli- I ties of the Country. Special Correspondence Washington, Dec 20. Li...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 December 1887

JaWttfWllWWW W! n- n- --a J'Pv , ' , r - . - .rt.i. r--t - 1s 'TfwEsff j?5- "- - - - - . . - C&FJL-. , ' -? MHPT7BLTC; SATXJRDAY IVBNING DOEfBER Si 188T. - -V - , ,-.- .rjpTK .fS IsiMPtRglgia:''. - -; - . - - '" - ' ' -" : r ffi 4. iP&sr&J-.- THE UTTUS PEOPLE. &-- t'" Ta. Bon He Didn't btan th" Murder flv': "of Uw Cat. Mother ;lo Bobliv) I'm shocked to hear . that Willie Waffles r.hi;'.sl the poor cat Sly little boy wouldn't ilo such a thin- Bobby iwith conscious moral ntpenurit J) Jo, indeed, ma. ilothfr Why didnt you Hop him, Bobby 1 Bobby I ttiuMnt, ma;" I was holding tha cat. Now York Sun. A Great Head Kor Itnlnett. MasVr"lViUie Barry is one of the brightest TOuncstcrs in Harlem. Recently his mother allowed him to accompany her on a visiting expedition, nd thelwywas delighted with tbe trip. At the house of a friend a gentle man offered him some money to buy candy, but his mother objected to his accepting it until the gentleman threatened to taoffended unless the ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 December 1887

jg?it a)W)y -uy jjpfi -inA'BMa'.'''1 xu 'r "rrrrtr Jj:"ffiiLS T"1 --&-j EsslssfcnsEsaMaaati , -ts ,. .-3 j f-?- -, - 'Jr?,9HK pf .feSSiMM,"Mii',""""""l'"M'" . .l 4 . s.ssMasims. mmmMA I TO THOSE WHO USE r.ni II WF1THFH K HI NS 5 ,n UUI.1I 111.11 I HUH WWW WW I ft- Ntw Miice Mm', best, per pound, tow Apple Batter, extra, per pound, New Apple Butter, good, per pound, -New Peack Butler, extra, per pound, New Fruit Preeervee, extra, per pound, New Hominy and Corn Meal. New Buckweat, TURKEYS FOR TABLE NUTS AND ORANGES', AT EITHER STORE. c. w. 91 and 93 West Main and BARGAINS! CAPS, GLOVES, KNIT JACKETS, MUFFLERS UNDERWEAR, Etc. ALL DESIRABLE GOODS LOW FIGURES. AT Hatter aai farifcer, EAST MA1TV ST. PEOPLES COLUMN. SVANTEC. TjrrANTKD-Imniedlately. reliable Ctrl to st i act svs nurse and bouse maid, at 249 north Masestone street J"8 WANTED- position asexpert and aecoun-teat- Will balance books and makeeol aseUons at reasonable rates. Address. J H. nab. St west Columbia street. 306t nri...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 January 1888

i JiitMff pals jmtiC- ijaia ' ' " i. -! -- m. .i.. 1 " ' "" in ,-j '- ;:'.'' . "" ...-. . -... .... - 1. - - - t - . Jr happy fin j ill VOL-XXXIV NO- C SPBTNGFIEUD, O., MONDAT EVENING ,MJSTJAKfcyl88e. PRICE TWO CENTS. --.S H V fnW 1, LEATHER FACTS. g fSKgfc I'-bSVI WHIOTO.J i. OblO- B) fW I SC manner, rata, followed bun " FJ3f 1 May bv cMer, dear weather. .B Sb " m fWr SPRINGFIELD, O., ft I it ' December 31, i88 if GOOD CHEB Means comfortable thi comfortable things to eat to wear at any time of vear. Yet rrood cb somehow . is associated cold weather and warm sides and all that sort of thi The good cheer that we ofier you is GOOD CLOTHES The weather is cold enoi to- turn your thoughts I way." Fur head covering, wB body covering, fur and hand covering ; wehavethj all hats, clothes, gloves. FINE FURNISHINGS. We are ready to furnish these, and all furnishii usually found in the finest nishing stores. , THE STEADY WORK, Selling reliable cloth eoes'rieht on. We are doi as usual : getting ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 January 1888

i, --C yZ 7 V'-. -.... .--tf tzz3M. , - iv-ssrfeiTW& .:i!vSs2v .-r, . , J2a:aV.. Srr wnt:- ilpl5t32Sp!ilj-4'' sSgalaBH&-- ,-i5af- s S RPTTBLIO, i- 9MIHBBiESiie9S-9S9B9B9aHMaHBSaBri KIRK'S wMittSOffUD FLOATING SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF For the Bath, ToUtrt and Laundry. Snow Wnlta and Absolutely Pure. If roar dealer does not keep White Of !. Mod N eenie oc aaaiale cake to the Baker. JAS.S. KIRK SCO, CWCACO. priug.irU r public ETEM50 AKD WEEKLY; The Rt riTH.lC r-rlat la Sew lark aad Wit ara Jiatnrlatrd l're PUattrart aad tat litetar Casle IForelga) Telea-ram. c. : . NICHOLS, rassiDKST. THUS. O. BIOWI ae'TaJTBTmiia. spjiuniLB niusiii. .impiit, Publishers ant Propriators. THE BTgOflXQ RBPUBUO pabHaoal every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at trie rate ol 10. per weak. Single copies 2e. THIS WtEKLT KKFCBUO Is PSbllSDed every Thursday, and Is one ot the moat com plete family newspapers In the eouatry: etzht paces, markets complete. Repute with news and miscellany. II per fear. I...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 January 1888

jjjfj VrT7 "srara -s'Sttg Wr ri gfe, . r f BEEDBLIO, MOXDAY EVENING JaNTJABY S&888. M- dzpm.- SR k .. n W b?2 ?- f flassBwwnM!e- t i 00M THE PESCHEROX HOUSE. VWMAT AN KNTHUSIAfTIC UNITtO TATS SENATOR SAYS OF HIM. Ctaal la Varto Ckanw -Trttt ' Senator Palmer, of Michigan, It ao en thusiast on tba Percberon horse, and quit a romance is connected with his lure for It. The first Percherona he ever saw were painted one, and they formed a part of Rcwa Bonheur's noted picture, "The Horse Fair," which was hanging In Mrs. A. T. Stewart's picture gallery at the time. He was so well pleated with them that he investigated their character and went pervmally to France to pick ont some for his firm He has now sixty of . there animals, ranging in value from 91,000 to f.t.OUO each, and he is the prrsi- dent or the lVrcheron Horse society of the United States. While in France last 1 mr He made a cpeech to the lVrclierou llors Breeders' snejety of France, and he thinks that thu rnrse Is the best b...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 January 1888

t-f-SfeSasa raSWSHHMBKsSSSWSFf 5W1P0BL10, MOmfe? WTEKIKQ. JjCSlLaBY,'g. 1888. v" " tP?3 1Z- Ls '- -3- :;- 'jaet. -5l : -i -71 i 1 r . b? - iT 1 1 i WEATHER New Mince Meat, best, per pound, 8 l-3c. New Apple 6utter, extra, per pound, - 8l-3c. New Apple Butter, geed, per peund, 7 l-2c. New Peach Butter, extra, per pound, - I2l-2c. New Fruit Preserves, extra, per pound, 15 cts. New Heniny and Cern Meal. New Buckweat, Six pounde for 25 cts. TURKEYS FOR NEW YEARS. TABLE NUTS AND ORANGES, AT EITHER STORE. C. W. PAYNTER & CO., 91 and 93 Wett Main and.40.South Market Street. BARGAINS! CAPS," GLOVES, KNIT JACKETS, MUFFLERS. UNDERWEAR, Etc. ALL DESIRABLE GOODS AT LOW FIGURES. HYPBS Hatter u J'armlsker, m EAST MAIN ST. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED. WAXTED-Steady. re'leble man for aperma nent position, with an old established firm as their representative In his own soetlon. Salary.STO. wh tnerease. References exacted. Uay's ilinufact urlnr House. 30 ReadeBt .J..T. WAXTED-Pltuatlon. In a private, ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 January 1888

- &&- s.-;isysggg'esrja '- i .-.-- 7v"vjr -. SEJJfS" '.7" "3- "t" v-i !SlV,1?Tj""': rzmn P&Z fUydrifc. sr THE BUT THE pnm NEWSPAP REPUBLIC! OXLT 10 CESTS PER WEEK. sr vxrwEcarT 3PEmGFIELD, O., TUESDAY T3rETESTG JAXTJARY 3. 1888. PRICE TWO CEN15.ll VOL. XXXIV NO. 2. "" U" Vl' ' I1'' ".., ' . M.i - - mill fp1 -" as 33? 3& ? Ira Ml -: SBBV2f 8f& &n -r , I WEATHER FACTS. H Wannnavoi. Ja. J Ohio I VVarmrr. lair weather, foi. :oed by culder lu Indiana,! with rtin. "VH SpRiNGratui, O. January 3, 18SS. BODY" COVERS ! Woman (to tramp; sharply): You don't seem to 'like ,.,. soup ; ain't it good ? Tramp: Yes, it's good flavored, mum, but there ain't quite body enough to it. Couldn't you wash a couple of more dishes in it ? More body in "covers." About the only body in some of them is your body when you put them on. But the covers must' have a body of their own ; a body supplied from sheep and seal. It does not answer the purpose if you become the 'sheep or the "shorn la...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 January 1888

3-SJjS&5sfec3s,. :. sCWS .SeM: - .gvv.-yvry -?i -sf" mSSS8S. JSIgSP'?'! CV &&??&&. ,. -"- -v.r - V7i. p-a rr- " -....' .i.t& -; v u,--t. I PSPfTBIIO. TtJESDT EVTBTTOQ, JAOTARY 8. 1W8 : '- s' iayaJ-j' ' '" ' -srit. '"'' ;'-'' N-, ' .." iVs t $ ,' 1 '... "' - ' 'v?if.r:,' -'' u ,-",, ", , .,, .. ,.,,, - , :- - ., .. . kffiTl j Aa . t-mmn tj. si 'i-s'.. i?, ... ai.jv 1 lri -m m r a netftmtmfv - ITi ll l anj' " mmtr ' iA aaatiabAeJ"'1 " " aiysSfaaiatfrtSanafcBL-Tj(it-, a UVWaBaEK v "".'fct i '. " . - b SKSas Siro?r"'" - T ' ii ai . j- -.-. -.. i .. - -ft: -5 A i- HL IL 1 42 & m m &- ft & r,-j r 'ShjttlM V KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry, now Whila and Absolutely Purs, It tear dealer doe not keep -Xhlle Clool op. B cent for a:nple ce to tbe makers. JRS. S. KIRK 5 CO., CHICAGO. frringfiild Republic KTEXIXU AND WEEKLY; Ik limUC erlHi tfc Stw York uJ Writ ra Atttelated lrM Dltaatcaea aad Ui Kcitrr (Teretaa) Telef ram. . NIC...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 January 1888

W&& '.v "A'ii &raar' i?i--T3r --- p2SwrJL-Sv . u - ev- J5P?3 -L --, s Sananar- 1 'I -f HEPUBLIO; -TUESDAY EVENING JJOTARY 3 18tfo T M-?.- l-r. . .. - - , . -jJv.jsrii.M-ZVr -MSii" .' C LKS!SCSB"W?'KJC!ve! t-M-nnoaj-jr, - ..j,..-,.-. T , -n -. , : ' T1 " -j.v, .r - f?"- tgg5!!f!p;c '-J" i7" 2.- ;!j. -ac?. JvbERUflnffi-- 7 1 11 US - 81 1 I 3fc at; . , -A-WM V araaannsnv. rj KiimniL wiui. I4 Bsn Mri Msnaana in nsW n HOLIDAY PLEASANTRY. PRESIDENT AND MRS. CLEVELAND GIVE A RECEPTION. - Events and Incident of tho Local Xow Year's liny at tho National Capital Meeting of Congrats Again ta To-aaa w, XCtc. Washington, I). C. January 3. Fiveol the seven Cabinet officers kept open Ne Year's house. At noon the Diplomatic Corps were entertained at breakfast at the residence of the Secretary of State, who, with his daughters, left the White House shortly before that hour. Secretary Bay ard and his daughters, Mas. Warren. Slis Nannie, Mis Florence and Miss Louisa Bayard, assisted by Mis...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 January 1888

-j.plSr.a,,: , --.,.w..r.vr Twi?ir rtr5 gSJIJlWfeUJK. - 'y;- - "g!f iflcruBiao, Tuesday gvTarara. January, a. i88. - " '?' r' - '- ' ffiBK " sSe SS8 Eav- iaP Am iv-n :P- . -if1?.?! HC.iMMMKMr re r dV t SBB"aJW Mr" jL-. SJBS sis ssfz IBSVS pziSZS - ,-. o-SFsi ? AsSJSSksaa. 35iis?i-" sa ttfe, ss S"lw ' aj If 3i r Bar" a mm ea. ,aw m. .aw aa .aw av a sk h aa am a aa as s u sb. a. m nnnaji- " ...-- --. in i:twn t Ho hnuiionai kiotih aaa avare ataw w m .m i -v sesss. r r w uiniuiiiij o LHmra 2Sc Rtastei CetTte, 5c Crackers, K)c mw Raisins, 8 l-3c IkM Currants, 7c bast "A" Syiar, 7 l-2c Apple latter, 15c Preserves, 8 l-3c Family Mince eat, 20c Table Peaches. We are HOW MINI OUR wHI held a grand Cheap at 36 te 40 Seuth Market Street, in a few lays. fC. W. PAYNTER & CO., S, and 93 West Main and BARGAINS! .CAPS, GLOVES, KNIT JACKETS, MUFFLERS. UNDERWEAR, Etc. A,T, DESIRABLE GOODS AT IOW FIGURES. Hatter f arabher, EAST :LVITV ST. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED WaKTED-Posltlon. bv competent girl. ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 4 January 1888

niiiiiiMniriifiTii i tin . iTKwfltiMl8BlfffMiSn1r1ymirViin- - t "" -s"- ..,. --- r,rr1srfsTasfsis ' ' T :jy:SgssSgare ttefrvM. Fuir, TELEGRAPH REPORTS. 3PIU2GFIELD, O., WEDNE3DAY, EVENING JANUAPvY 4. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. ftafiSr rr; ' '- 4v J U inn U mtlu. w republic i mxnnmttw f5 OXLY 10 CESTS FEW. WKEk. V" T M ft VOL. XXX1VNO. 3. &. . samm- ft m 11 l' m If-, ml f lw re M WEATHER FACTS. JKTj j V -' K I'awl Wimoto.J. Ohio I A -K5 $ I W I Fair weather, eveetit tain on I ), I SBR? lf ' lih lakes; aarnicr, fulloaedlJ SHE I lyoolder weather. W , IjB Springfield, O., ) i-Jp January 3, 188S. j BODY COVERS! Woman (to tramp, sharply): You don't seem to like" that soup ; ain't it good ? Tramp: Yes, it's good flavored, mum, but there ain't quite body enough to it. Couldn't you wash a couple of more dishes in it ? More body in "covers." About the only body in some of them is your body when you put them on. But the covers must have a body of their own ; a body supplied from sheep and seal...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 4 January 1888

' ,T,- .'- ' -" . -rs.?3vW,j&;s-..r. -..- rfcsw-T.i?!'' - - 3yrfc&-siS CJTJKt-iii t ""L'-Jhr1 -r: ''1'Jj'aW---.. yxpwgfp 'ip(Mi 2"S0 B3SFUSLI0, WEDNESDAY EVEfrDTQ, JJLfrUARY 4. 1888. VBX.W t - v ,- -t IL 32&4J, IB HI ytK "" IK' 1aBhr ' Big lUw ?iIs3r7Sfei KIRK'S kra7 ,sV - FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For the Bath. Toil it and Laundry Snow White nnd Absolutely Pure. If rnnr 1elor Aam TKt a,"!-. Whit riOdd k4D. 1 ra cnts tor ncipii. case to wr maaerw. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. prinijficul cpttblic ETEX1XG AXL WEEKLY; - Tae KEPl'DMC print, the ew Tort aid West era JIkm-UUI rrrss liitrhr anil tk Urater Cavlc (rorelga) Teleirrmms. O. M. NICUULS, raxaisxsT. tiios. a. uBoirx SIC TASDTlIiS. spancFiELD mmmi cdmpiit, Publithers and Proprietors. KTEKIHU REPCIILIO 1. miMlatied everveTemas exirent bunaav. ana la aellT- 1 - .- : . T. eredat tae rate of 10c. per week. Single copies Sc. SHK WKKKI.T KKPC1IL.IU la DQblltbed vmy Tlmrflay. ami is one ot the most com plete lamtly new spac...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 4 January 1888

.-a- 7- ,'2'irt.-."jeEr i ' -V'E -!!": T w.'a-ajr-- "-" 4KIW- "jp BWWWT ''9r,!:23 WEDNESDAY EVENING J.AOTABY 4 1888, im I 5. S-4K , gpp 3. V2 ."-." ." - w --. at. SSf1- " POWDERLY IMPORTUNED TO GIVE HIS SANCTION TO A tE,N ERAL STRIKE OF THE K.OFL Tk Sttrika SttaMCtfcealas; Oaly 1-lftaea ColUxriM la tk Seaayiklll Bs.a at Work T traay Tkm t V aka ! at Oih At Otkar PUmi. 1-omvttLX, Pa., January 4. Each boar corns to strengthen the strikers, now that the decisive step is taken. The conserva tives are fast brooming bigoted. The war promises to be long, bitter and costly. Two coniiiauy's and about fifteen individual col lieries are at work, but to-morruw half this nunibtrvv ill be shut down. This is rather a small (iru-mruon out of tbe hundred usu al! j buv in the Schuv ll.ill recion. Thelalmr leaden- are j ubilan tat the almost unanimous obedience to tneir mandate to strike. Chairman Lee, of the ltai I mailers' Committee, went to Scranton to pertonally importune I'oaderlv's suort. This o...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 4 January 1888

-.Trs5Ais :2STu V -EWfwafcMMMBBMHIWI PlPiWIWIW MM I J HHf M Will' I ' 28Sggmr- Su8ggaa&M8K ' ." ,- iv. 2.. . -V aCSeKS"- oaa-snarCj -J''Srt.'K. -. ?&"i irrM.w uilJWajiMJuiaLUJUUItJJl r:anfKTtfiaagg; "'.&: rvy -i- cjywF- ft - W rigPTTBIlO, WEDNESDAY lYENING, JANUARY, 4 S" m 1?a&' aGSrSSSSraSSflHSS33SaiSEtofc - tiBa!Fi!S25" --. ssiss- 3s3SMfcaKE?MT.E . L mmm -M&- - f- , - 3P "mpvW1- "3SC . 1888. Hat i it r hclulll v3e K .n ' fl-?S?i i?-sm 8S Hi EV-SC 'iMSMbvax rs 34-tafi g 5s ll OD VALXJE 1 25c Roasted Ccffee, 5 c Crackers, 10c new Raisins, 8 l-3c iiw Dried Currants, 7c best 'A" Sugar, 7 l-2c Apple latter. 15c Preserva. 8 l-3e Family Mince LB:--' Meat 20c Table m 10W COMBINING OUR STORES Aid will held aarand Cheap IflF at afi fa 4D S Birth Market Street, in a few davs. T w w'-' -w - -"-" - . W. PAYNTER & CO., M and 93 West Main and 40 South Market Street. iARGAINS! 3fc CAPS, GLOVES, KNIT JACKETS, MUFFLERS. UNDERWEAR, Etc. I ALL DESIRABLE GOODS LOW FIGURES. AT E...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 January 1888

g-ass MBg&l- !?-" wSTC5s'a'-V t&tezs? i"""- ' 3k jKim;-9l?SfeS!ia Iprittflfteffr jtai J-Ti' Senator Sherman's speech URead the full Legislative Proceedings on second pae on the President s Message and Congressional Proceed . ings on the third page. of today's paper. -!- VOL. XXXIV NO. 4. SPBmGFIEU), O., THURSDAY EVENING JAXCARY 5. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS; r .. tva M ti iliifif hfllr e pur tm'WJmr jww Jjj I-, ,! w WEATHCR FACTS. P TummM.Jn. 5. OfcU: Falrwehttier. SpKIMCnBLD, O., 1 January 5, ttl8. ) RED CI" Looks lop-sided, may ' be, but it "gets there just the same." It is lop-sided it sides down your way, too. . BIG THING FOR YOU. It is thus we wish you a "Happy Nw Year." Are you going tto reduce ? "Well, hardly ever," but our HEAVY OVERCOATS ARE. They'll be just as heavy and as large in size, but smaller in price by one-fifth. The time of year has come for the "Annual Reduction." "They all do it." We are going to tell you how The When does it. We have begun with heavy overco...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 January 1888

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Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 January 1888

$ z??i-,r,',ri'1? yg",v.wi-1""' "TT"pwpowffr'rr BKeVBiAUjmVBil)AX.EERlllG JAOTJJtg, 5 11887 5j?""- ,-!Ss,l. k"- fe &2e32rT S' B- W ; . - m SmBatANAMPTOORBCKS THE OHIO AND INDIANA 8CNATOW JOIN IN OUATL " WasatiraToa, January afternoon Senator fibers uected speech aminat txat President's aae. Tli awllenra were well fillad In antlr. iiatlon of the speech and. much (ptersat sow attracted by the Senator. Attar ra - marking upon the peculiarity ot the lata message to Uongresa, not referring to any fureieu relation, or to any thine in our Ktn w.mmnt Mnt tatiMAn lf Alierman said he had called the attention of llie Senate on the 19th of July, l&M, to the precise difficulty and danger of the situs - lion, and to the majority of the Senate to provide for the reduction of taxes and um applicationottneaunlus;and lilt bad not been for the action of the Preaifleot and Ma administration (including tba democratic majority in the House of RenreseStatieea) the taxs would then have been reduced...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 January 1888

c-- B5R9tnERSRRS99fEVIII BBHBRBeasssssSESWR1 m' ?f?ps, &8&&!&m iflSPPBllO, THURSDAY CTftnyQ. JANUARY, ft: 1888. -'. 3fc! a 'jiW 1 - H3L ' KS .Vi. !f. a i?-" I- rfiS? & m P. i35-Zi aiffi-' lK--e Smi Bt2j GOOD VALUE r 25c Riasted Coffee, 5 c Crackers, 10c new Raisins, 8 l-3c tw Dried Currants, 7c best ''A" Sugar, 7 l-2c Apple Butter, 15c Preserves, 8 l-3c Family Mince Meat, 20c Table Peaches. We are kS' 10W COMBINING OUR STORES Aaa will held a fraud Cheap Sale at our double stores, at 36 te 40 South Market Street, in a few days. fC. W. PAYNTER & CO., SI and 93 West Main and BARGAINS! CAPS, GLOVES, KNIT JACKETS, MUFFLERS. UNDERWEAR, Etc. AH. DESIRABLE GOODS AT LOW FIGURES. Matter aad t'sroUher, EAST IA.I1V ST. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WASTED-By a young lady ot experience. wko writes a good. plain band, todo writ taaateopyuig. Address A. B.. RepubMe of- WASTID-An xperieneed bona keeper to olldf waolesaland retail houses for filaIDenslble feature: fram : to S3) per...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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