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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 11 January 1888

srr T7 wMSSRaS3as". --.. ..-r-. .. ., a29S&E25ca -seygv- .a-c -!i.' "kb&cXi. ; 4 iff . M ., MH-tyM" ijjrmjjfieltr WHELDON ft MERRILL WHELDON& MERRILL -FOB iron COAL! X4LX. KIlVDLINa! (ijl SPRINGFIELD, 0., WED1TESDAT EVENESTG .TXFARY U. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 9. k Swffl'J'ftyrJv''!)- " ' -n JS-jvi'-.s"";Ag:aut"s " r ivi I. If yma ygpuwiit I? I fc 1 "" life sla-sl t ". WEATHER FACTS. H Wshicto. Jan. 11. Ohio: Jtfaer. lo'lowed by winner 'alrweather. Springfield, O., January io. 188S .. No Doubt of It. "Yars, sir, she's Jour-fifths Jersey, an ye may ask 'Squire Un'erwood ur eny of um 'roun' here, an' they'll tell ye so." "Four-fifths Jersey. Well, what's the other fifth ?" "Why er that's cow, of course!" As to our Heavy Overcoats, now, four-fifths is what you pay ; one-fifth is your saving. CLEAN CUT OF 21 PEB CENT. But it is 'only in the price that there is a cut. It is not in the quality. We are not pushing forward a coat of the grade next below to take the ...

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. — 11 January 1888

Si IT .- ri? -sCi Ir. fe it SsSfi- sBsgB"tsfT--wS KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF Kor the Bath, Toilet und Lnundry. Snow Vhtto and Absolutely Puro. Ii ytwr dealer doe rot keep White Cload oP. sSaa. 10 tfou for Mmplt rala to the maker. a? -Mtc c irtotf jr. nfi CHICAGO. Spring firlii gcpubiu EYEXLiy AXi) MEEKLY; Tke EF.rrilMC prints the ew fork asd West A.Merlated Vrtt Dlspstrhrs and the Heater (rorttga) Ttlr?rae:, . KICBOU, rexaiDKXT. tiios. o. BiioMrjr, axe'r asp Tatis. sphiibfielq nmmi wm; Publishers and Proprietors. KTEMrao UKf Ullt.10 Is nunllniicd sjetj evenlcj; except Ennlsy. ad Is deUv rredat tae rate at 19c. per week. Slszle skspiaazs. "WKKKZ.T BETrilLIO la unwished tvsr Thursday, and Is one nf the most com- w iataiiy newspapers tn tnecocutr?; p iKIit pages, raarkets eo-nplete. Bopiota rj"Wi and mlseelay. tl per rear, i, HTmrtably oasa tn advance. ;- All eaairaunlcitloca and contributions annum w auurrssru vu VLirToa ji. ASiunui.-, r,attae.aaaalj business letters to Tboxos O. ...

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. — 11 January 1888

, --'rsS??ij!-S:C r-ctA.' T,,ry-'' V ..' ?r&sv!ssnzfmis&r!r wmmionmimDJrt ' iremsQiamAm n ibss. 'G HK VV I. f;S f$ Mf mi NINE PERSONS KILLED. THE LAMAR APPOINTMENT. aWaator "Edward and Push Kach Mas a Raaort to tha sauata. ANOTHM UK SACRIFICt TO TM Whisoto!-. D. C January 11. In th KIX-MCLL ONOIR OF THI DAY. i cret session of .the Senate, tlie Commit on Judiciary reported on the nomination . "" """""" f Messrs. Lamar and Vilas. Mr. Edmunds made a report in writing, signed by all the Republicans of the committee, recommend ing that the nomination of Mr. Lamar Lc rejected, for various reasons assigned at length ffivtltifr his Invaltv to the Union i his war record, fitness for the position as a j lawyer, etc, while Mr. Pugh made a writ- GOTHAMS WHARF RATS. MEN WHO UVE BY STEALING FROM DOCKS AND SHIPS. litis la Tarawa Vraaa tha Track ay aa Iaaaaso falsa la taa Iwliii, Caws a sTaar. Cat Law mt Ufa Maar Waaadad. Plunder Hidden In Ilia Hirer's Bed. Thiers Who Are. Expert Dlrars and...

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. — 11 January 1888

JjJ331'tV&2,'S:vtas,r 'Lj jJT--. t - 3"$$ fcfcj" -jyjjyfrg; ,,l& ts'ggQ 'wEife5P4S3SSSp25 W v"&l S ft(lVliA2MBMMI','" ifckrtSjSZSM T-r7H-Wi77IV-.Tff.v. . J.rf5'e,-t"-iVmJC T?P.aTTRWySiK. . ?fr T !aKSsWT saaso"4 :? -LSaiafrgsrwr-w Ui'&'S s iEEPITBLLOrWEDNESDAY JSV.E1N11NQ. JAKtTARY, 11. 1888 "tj-fVVi. TT os. -- i . v w-mmFJmfr .-r-m RXjj XV m iML & & S ITS. f?S-i v- Sfei i. i. i&' &ir Wrr S2h fslS',"' 5 s OD VALUE r 25c Reasted Coffee, 5c Crackers, iOc new Raisins, 8 l-3c MW Dried Currants, 7c best "A" Sugar, 7 l-2c Apple utter, 15c Preserves, 8 l-3c Family Mince Meat 20c Table Peaches. We are fe" ?: M COMBINING OUR STORES " -m m m a fejsit-: juw wm nan a qrana uneap at 36 ta 40 Sculh Market Street, in a few days. W. PAYNTER & CO., L tai 93 Wes Main and ARGAINS! WS, GLOVES, KNIT JACKETS, MUFFLERS. UNDERWEAR, Etc ALL DESIRABLE GOODS 10W FIGURES. AT LWBESSS ISgS- latter r'araMier, 1 i ' r "EAST ItlAHV ST PEOPLES COLUMN. BXX AOVBRTISIHa. t AFTER Today...

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. — 12 January 1888

" - - -s:i .-," gS5iS? .-.fff .f5i' l?.riSSi. ,w- . 'vff -"T,r, T-7.T n -S-aWi 'pmtfluw WHELOOH 4 MERRILL WHELDON 4 MERRILL F-?S3F.'-- ti'-i7 - P." FOR -VOl EINDLIHr CO.AX! 04I.! VOL. XXXIV NO. io. SPEmGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVENING JN'UAEY 12. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS.-5f i 9siff,:''f','i,5 j.- . i mt i A Y t!rfi rr J sa.i?.?-v-.'?5 " ;vv,:-!F?ssar - -.rrw- " - r-T-w--v- v-. '-- ;tv ci-ir--'- '" -r-?Ksjis - - - - 'jwts ww aws r - - .-,. .- ,A 'tAT a . a "7 '?'." . ' .------------ fflMIn itrtilfhrlfa .--i"nnnoia"""l :ot'-j5'5sA m.-.' ..'. ' - nyT"y wl fv p -vt'tjt - -t H5gl in w&- ylsf ?. k Br If If IfiHrfilN' WEATHER FACTS. P Wia-nrc-o.. Jan. tt Ohlr Warmer talrweather.ioUowcd by snow. SPRWCnBLD, O., - January 12, 1888. PER CENT. ONALL Heavy Weight OVERCOATS -AT- THE WHEN, 25 and 27 West Main Stmt. BARGAINS! CAPS, GLOVES, KNIT JACKETS, v MUFFLERS. -UNDERWEAR, Etc: ALL DESIRABLE GOODS AT LOW FIGURES. Hatter and i-'araisker, A5 EAST 3-VIV ST. SKATES CUTLERY. COIL WISES. Oil Cloth, Har...

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. — 12 January 1888

rriiwnn P':g'gaTfyfffi--1,-:-", .ani-inun-.umai - T ' " ' -"-is--- 'HgUlUiOTHTO8DAT,-gTm!rnrq;SJAiro,ABTl?18g.' ----'--, w-" w- --- --- r.yw.-..i 5 ?ar V& I im. m SS i&l SST- .op?5S ;V --' - . .- , -. . i ,. --., ,-, . .. . . ;an KIRK'S vMTe.c:ipbD m- S9' 3h. i' i- Erar tray FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF foe the Bath, Tollot and Laundry. Inow While, and Absolutely Pur. If year Inkr doea rot kwp White Cloud Vap. M a rent for sample cake to the maker, JXS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICACO. s&r isC o fiftintt& Republic ' XYENEiU AM) WEEKLY: - , c1 '.V.A &". tG fwumnr t-. i. . v-..,, .a w.t I "era Imtlitri ricea Plapatchea aid the Butrr ss Bal troratga) Telegrams. . XICHOLS, rsasinixT. TUOS. a. BBOWIf, XO'TAXDTUAS. SPJllCHELD POSLISHIIC CDHPAIT, Publishers and Proprietors. VEJUMO KKPCIIUO U published evening, except Sondar. and li deliv er roe rate at IPs. tpr weak. Elule ilm3ti. .T KEPC8UO li nnbltlhed Thursday, and li oae of the raoitcom family newsnaners in the country; eicat...

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. — 12 January 1888

J$stesf5& v-oe ., aTCtfirigrV"MBiga-f!r s-svw-i-s?'Jgs F HEPDBIJO, THtmSDlY EVENING aTAStTABY 12 1888. .;af r- iiiTiifiiirf" -''"'"' "'-'" ,"""-;'" " i'1"1 '' V" r'" "'" i"";11" '"'iiVbm Tgfii)";iir'Tfllc- SS'WSSiVk -f-vJ5S8fc,.i - - vJK" ". 'St DONT BLAME : wkM a tmVtmaitim. Tat pain feaBryawfcL Ko torture the uawtaiu , Bat iwictoit Mttotowuaued .hTMfWwu- or NcBraUa, I aha rot, wuui , be vcKne tit has cartd I in the k baa eared haadrtdi har acaaoaaeed Taanam of lw nheeicla w aw On Ml wk UHMHaMBfaTl VaTMCai SMI WtOMB la tat Mai, wet an ikoolaira. So In- was Ik Mia last tins m alawa uaiDiiiiil, iCuTW o7of AtMoohore uantltf.am ddraaaefcd a to alom fer tar ud a kan Mm wiihoac valT Bar. S. B. TROYEK, NcwAahxm.Iad." m. amiwim ohm wtscw-r. BUUUUjuawneeeeaaaeaeee.- ieaaeemnl CARUSLE-THOEBE. Ukaty tko CoMoot WUI oo SoMloa a Wmtmrtmj. j through Keading from the indi idual col WamsaToit, January 11 The Star, lienes during the night and up to noon to apeakingof the Tboebe-Carlisleconteat s...

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. — 12 January 1888

WLWSSmkm&BmBkmbl ES5S?l3i2gS? WHHr a .aaaaaaa-&&3g cs ? Cv'5r'irX-. "- - nqvanitSi 5 - JttPTOLlO, THUBSDAY gVUNING, JANUABY, 12. 1868 )SmitZZ?&&G&e3!5S& t v1"' y, '.rswrgs- vsi5p --r ??ffi83!i0i'!'s5 , - "i" r" -.-f .. ,.-,., r1 - - J? - , .-- irnpfMnni V!'v "i- J,- aiSSMBS" K9iTOBtSpf-BlW5SP!&-'Tyi- isHKiwa& ,Qflatrgft3tiWfcME? fjrv- &-sa-X-slHufiBaaafgKaa IV54 . &. F 5S .1- t-4' r , - fw ? EC" wasa ril Mt- OD VALUE 2Sc Rutted Ctfce, 5 c Crackers, 10c new Raiilns, 8 l-3c DrW CwTMti, 7c tart "A" sugar, i icupp.. attar, 15c Preserves, 8 l-3c Family Mince tat, 20c Taala Peaches. Wears I COMBINING OUR STORES "JM wW kali a area. Cheap Sals at ear double stsres, 4 at 36 ta 40 Seath Market Street, in a few days. & -- -. W. PAYNTER & UU., 91 art 33 West Mala sad Bakihg wdeb PERFECT p maanaaea Drove n to mtlUonS ot Irraore than a quarter of century. ttaartne united swe irowfMi sat By the. heads at the Ores tnliersl afatroBgr-at. Poraet-Jto...

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. — 13 January 1888

B&SrTEsBliSvS '2'wkFS-' l -e!S!lsnk W As .-. 4v I av BbBbH3 ?. H "- A A A slF uiuri nnu mmwmmaMirw VOL. XXXIV-NO. ii. SPRmGFIELP, P., FREPAT- EVENING JiLSTJ-AItY 13. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTSLj & ! i ! i $i ..... I ...... I I .... .ia? IS5, r V-Mr 1 i ti 4b. ,T- -- s .H i -j Mil n Kf -a a IS WmiMiui. Ju. IX Okie' Colder, nla, followed by tatrl weatner. SPRINCFIBLD, O., ) January 13, 1888. J We Have Got the Ani mals Stirred Up. How we do it : Some truths are so simple that they may be clearly presented in a very few words, and easily demon strated to the satisfaction of of inquiring minds. Inspec tion and comparison will es tablish the truth that we have the largest, best and most comprehensive assortment of men s, youths , boys and cm! dren's clothing and furnishing goods in Central Ohio. Our prices are such that our patrons save, on every gar ment, an amount equal to the ordinary retailer's profit on like goods. We are able to quote these low prices be cause we manufacture ouro...

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. — 13 January 1888

WnSMil lei's5- t US it ' Ife I Si lls i, ?! 1$- :, I Vs "-i ;Jw3SE Sff V fe s'J BK yxst- . " 1 I a fS"' IIP l3aat a- TV mw-mw 2. r bft mtr !?- l-tt KV- -.saa.-.-. fjawia ?$ KIRK'S fcWft ar v f r FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF DM Berth,, Toilt and Laundry. Wtaila and Absolutely Purs. ..'at Mar Sialai doc rot keep Whit flood Soap. Mam aaata for (ample rake to toe aaakera. JKS.S. KIRK SCO, CHICACO. .ffriigfidd gqmMit ITEHUH AXD WEEKLY; , m KErTBLIC rrlla Ik Xw Terk aal ITert ra' aaeaciated "Tea. DhaaUata ni tke Bcatrr mm vtarelfa) Trlearaan. m. at KIOBOU, rusiBurr. THUS. O. BROtTH, aic'r ad nui. & &snwnai piblisiik ciiniT, Publishers nd Proprietors. atTKXnta BCfL'lir.IO lipnbltttied evealoi exceot Sundav. and la flellT- attbc rate at 10c. per week. Single as. WKXaVXT RKPCBLIO la nnhllahetf fijT JMj Taaradar, anJ it one of the most onr , BHV.O ouiy Bcwapaprra in idd wvuuirr t qjaC awi at ralaeellanT. II per rear. Fy S aaaaawawa b WTanra. !?"" :H eessaBBleatlons son contributions i ae a...

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. — 13 January 1888

ri .! aKt bkL ft? iff ft TeaK? wl y . A If. -:. i ifevi --i'OI rav't3ii. ,i 5 fir j -.',i "4 -?- -.--:? J aaR'Swkdlilg ,f'"3w"''1' " vz-r' fc BURNED TO DEATH. TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE FOUR TEENTH REGIMENT ARMORY. A Hundred and Forty ValuaMe Bulled Altve. With Csantlru Xi ken of Fowl nnd Pet Anl-iaU Ifce CWnse of the Fire Unknown. Coicasrs, January IS All day yesterday the jwinful theme of conversation in ilie treets was the burning of the Armory building, which occurred at sir o'clock in the morning. The alarm was sent in to the Third street engine house from box ten by some unknon n jeron. By the time the department had armed the names were bunting out of the roof at several dif ferent places, and it was evident that any attempt to save the building was out of the question. The efforts of the department were therefore very properly directed to saring the adjoining buildings, the lumber yard on the west being in imminent danger as the wind was in the east A line was at once thrown i...

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. — 13 January 1888

SSSSSsgssassai sassfsssw gg?3 !& s4 5fWEta; 'mmwmMmmmmmi 4WWTjiSlK - SSSS- JtaEPDBUH3,FRIDAY lygnKQ. JUARYI 31888? i- i-,w7 ,'-. n -i..ijiirrtj KEfS-1s-5WrV 3a!2S KJSSCTMSa aSrefewisElvl s r.rr,2sssjs 5 '- -gyJweftL1' M . " - 41 fc r ey .w -r tr -.& & 515. S&- 'TXr? w ?S " K--- , OW &.- SPf Pricct ! We are aeaad to it the Largest Basiness 4"j.-i in Springfield r&.7 tmmR, vNN) rodecedto It's am Jersey Coffee, Hit, la balk, Paaa. Buckwheat, aaw Haw Hamiay, aaw -Star Crackers, Ftaar, 1-8 tack, Gaatfe all reduced. Crackary Rmib. NOTICE OF JNB CUSTOMERS AND THE We kT6 re-erea ear Grocery aa Qaeeasware Stock at 91 ,5. 1 ini ft Waet Haia street, to 96 aa r ear itores aai eeeaajiafE Marias iacreasea facilities, a heretofore. We extea a eeriial iaTltatioa to all of oar eld frieaei aai thaftalie la geaeral, to Tlsit i will he taa at all tiara fKCheral Groceries, Fraits, city, aai at arlees tkat will 5 rk. Tea klMlr nraasc raTors, we wiii ee rim yv at as aai 40 8eatk Ma...

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. — 14 January 1888

r,--T !- . , ,. ..- TOgi;gMiwtwa'aw . ,gaaewaiigag3asaywJ Pi-?" fMVI"m imitttffclfr WHELDON & MERRILL HAVE WHELDON& MERRILL ANTHRACITE COAL CRUSHED COKE KOIl 1IASE BUHNERS. OK ALL 8IZK8. VOL. XXXIV NO. i a. SPRTNGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING JAXUARY PRICE TWO CENTS; Jmwm "" -r i"T it. c- ?rw tui lit iniiiM -m'k .i -: -rtns' rww mil - ! in i i p i .-- - rn bti i mi j lacar1 f j-t J - . XL-Pi J JIA.ftVWft MUMEfcJtZ5 - S- -JSJJT 12-Z4- 4-- - 'j-C. 18183. id -" f V re- m w , --r & WEATHER FACTS. IS P Wiimiiimi. Ju. 14. Ohio Colder, followed, by warmer veauirrwiuiraiu. Springfield, O., January 14, 1888. FIT PANTS! "Ravishingly beautiful mis fit pants for next to nothing," is a New York advertisement. Wouldn't they be "next to nothing" worn by anybody? Who wants . to wear misfit pants? We sell fit pants. "Fit" in a double sense ; and we rise to remark that we have the finest lot of them in this market. If you think this is preju dice, examine other stocks and then come and see ...

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. — 14 January 1888

smssimsmmtKmmmM JHlsfflSS8isfei2V REPUBLIC, SATUBDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14 1888. - SeVi- - i -M . pi fl STRONG TARIFF .TALK. MftATOR VANCE'S SPEECH ON THE PRESIDENT'S SUGGESTIONS. A KUd of Money aVIU rriatcr Soksatta Hti Tate KaDcatlaaalv liUl aim Feastou to Ohio People. Wa.ssniQTOsj, January 14. Mr. Vanes took th floor in the Senate yesterday f tarnooon, (or a sieech in favor of tariff and meiw reduction. Mr. Yanve aiJ the lines had been drawn closely by the Presi dent's message on the subject of the surplus and taxation. The contest had to be fought out square) y, and the question had to be decided unequivocally on its merit.. That question mas. should taxation be en forced for the support of the government, or for the enrichment of private indi viduals? Should money be collected from the people for public or for private pur poses? 'o reputable hypothesis could be formed which presented "any other phase of the question. The question was where should the redaction of taxes begin? The...

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. — 14 January 1888

mjMiJam csiWMisSMtMS i2T''?p spfpl! HEPfUBUO, SATUHDAY EVElfiyG .TAJHTARY 34188e F: - ,.rv.-'ViHj- . m-JJ I. s 1111111s at 'II Wiii l-w- WW Mm WW MUM ii lln ,, ilMWpi li mi li m nt.m m ya nnm.i jlfi-'iim i mf iBi iiiiijia,i i-i ininn , e.1mttfS?tfr?rVf, - - TV. ' ;.-. J- . , HE9K. t i - e-rr- - - -XrfMEraeK -L- ' "-v --- .-s-rsHaa, "WF : te t- t r fff fft 1 i W & BILL NYE ON J. CC;AH. B Make a lew Interesting dumm-uls tin the l'lar. The Ja of "Julius Cawsir," hlch ha Un at tbe Arailcm j of Mmlc thi nf , luts made a great hit. llirs. liootli nn.l RinvU very wisely J-Ml the if it snconlol Iutu it would Jo well anyhro. If tlie ln-oplc of yew York, like a play nut say mi it is almost sure to p rlxru here. Jutiins ly thiii U-st "thorilay of "Julius Casar,, ha a slotting future abcail of It. It was written ly llcutlo lnon Bliakiioarr,v llaron and HoniH-Hj-, who rol!alioratl tos-rtlierou it, SIW-.-arvdid lb? liiHsond plot, Bacon furuUhotl thefi'ilirr anJ Dotiuclly called attention to i...

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. — 14 January 1888

BBjjffiggc ' .jawffiv?- -iJU-VilMiasSSaBJ j..... .. , . -, , Tl rf 1 i ail j Mr --2 "-'V J'Tl',"h- .---.---.-t-. , J--- ----T- TT . n -- - - " ... . - - -- -gcj - -w-- - fc -- --r mrw-- w - - ..-J. tH ' "W "-; " - S JT7 . - rmsfrm miU tiA-S3-iA1.sfc.,f'Cni.J W Mi I I i iMli ml InW HI ! I il ' H I i Ml Ml 11 1 P ! ill i ill I jSgp5j ---: ' '-w - ;"s' -laSBp. '" "r 7 ,-,--,-- . ,.-s - - ----- --,--. - T-j- - v .vr- '-r- - ---.' -. " PgSSSiqPJt HEPUBUO, SATURDAY EVEZtmQ, JANUARY 14. 1PP8. tM,.1,,j...M1Mnmmmmmmnnam VJ3B " , . : i -ffi -.f i S-i i&s 5SH . -?- -? :ll t 'af.'fA tm 1 -..a ifegsss. t is?n--Siynv l-Wi 8vrr Is not Oils the tth tfcno X harphiitf c-W CW---Vw! Fine I fctvecwKl VOIinJ ACKS BLaVCXlfcG mj l4s wrtr tunxvrtLMi IwItCQ . at stlwtrt bniM 1 dean. Wofff'sAGMEBIacking lie SkdMtQ for Urn, Women ami The RICHEST liLACK POLISH, llahntj IatkT'tt'ct(Tmf and Durable. ITo BnuK. A Shine Lntlt a WffL On br twU tcith water, mtxe c OildotX. 7e fiai Dmringfor Harvest. Ail or 81m Fo-...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 14 January 1888

-y'r srA; REPtTBUO, SATURDAY EVENING JAXTASY 14 1888. & - fe B' Jt- ! JLfi ..: m r. ?t k-- . ; r.J mm m Hood's Sarsaparilla Combine. Id a manner peculiar to Itself the best blood-purify Ins and strengthening reme dies of the Testable kingdom. You will find till wonderful remedy effective where other medicines have (ailed. Try It now. It will urUy your blood, regulate, the digestion, and gtve new life and yljOT to the entire body. "Hood's Sarsaparilla did me great food. 1 was tired out from orerwork, and It toned me up." Mes. O. E. Sowus's, Ooliocs, N. Y. " I suffered three years from blood poison. I took Uooda Sarsaparilla and think I am cured." MBS. M. J. Davis, Brockport, N. Y. Purifies the Blood Hood's Sarsaparilla Is characterized by three peculiarities : 1st, the combination e! remedial stents; !d, the proportion; M. the proem of securing the active medicinal qualities. The result is a medicine of unusual strength, effecting cures hitherto unknown. Bend for book containing ...

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. — 14 January 1888

I -, ItEPUBLiq SATURDAY EVENING, JAJHJARY 14 1888. . ' " "? ' " " '"-aB IStSH V.1i 3 S2. -n A REPORTER'S STORY. IT IS ABOUT A STARVING FAMILY IN THE METROPOLIS. mm. fill IftlfJral ll'slV TTI Tfc. Mother Sends Ilr Child Out to lire la the Streets or New York A Sxl Tl with a Happy Ending A STPrt4 Fam ily aad It Keunloii (Siveial Oirrespondenee. 'ew York, Jan. 9. SHALL nei er for Ket an incident that occurred to pie in my early jounialistic cxjieri encv, said an old gentleman at the Press club the other evening to a arty I of reiiorters mho I were Interchanging tlieir profeional reminiscences. 1 had been de tailed by the man agins editor of the itaiier to which LT I was then at tacbed to attend meeting somewhere up town which then, by the way, was any where aouth of Union fajuare and was re turning to the office through one of the nar row street that are common on the east side of the city, when a childish figure emerged from the shadow of a building, and a faint, girlish voice said pi...

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. — 14 January 1888

SBRBBBWWJf r-'T.'f- x?gg- -oKjMTW xrjS.'-.t KEFUBUO, SATURDAY EYENrSTG JAW-AHY 14 1888 m & .V- f I N ; 5 fr iff SOCIETY AT WASHINGTON. THE SEASON'S OPENING SOME COM ING EVENTS. The Z4t of the CaTklswt Vn. Do M. Xltrklnxm la Uetrolt sad Waahltactosw Chancre In New Tear's Coetoaie eiome thtnc Atonl Waehlagloa Paach. (Srs-dsl CorTfpondir.l TVtsmKOTOX, Jan. 9. New Years daj passed off with all the fl.-niriih of oue of Wag ner's clients. There was the beating of ths society drum and the whistling of the society fife, and near now in the midst of one of the liveliest seasons in our history. It is only six weeks until Lent, and the wining and the dining and courting and cooing must be all crowded into that short season. There are a number of heiresses here this winter, and Senator Stanford lias a bevy of girls from the Iaciflc slope about him. The majority of the rnw senators are rich, and uot a few liare daughters with them. Sena tor Pa.Mock can give his two girls nice mar riage irtio...

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. — 14 January 1888

(Cte!M , wrtE?0.fc 'rm&mm Gu. iflSPtTBLlO, SATURDAY EVENIKQ. JANUARY, 14. 1888 5? A JlJZfcJ'i!!!!1 "" J ''' "" ; -TfPK - )SfH kT" 3 1 VC-'f. w- Ji NOW OPEN BUSINESS BOOMS! CASK H.TTUEMS! Read the Prices ! We are bound te do .the Largest Business in Springfield this year: Lien Ceffee, reduced te AriHckle's and Jersey Coffee, Fresh Rie, in bulk, Finest Penn. Buckwheat, new Finest New Heminy, now Fancy Star Crackers, Dayten Flour, 1-8 sack, Canned Geeds all reduced. Crockery Room. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC: We Mare remoTei our Grocery nd Qnee nswire Stock at 91 aai 9t West lata street, to 36 aid 40 South Market street, com blaiag oar stores aad occapjing the entire Leffel building. Uariac iacreased facilities, e will be better able to serTe 71 tha heretofore. We extead a cordial Invitation to all of our old friends and the pablie la general, to Tisit ms at our Market street stores, where will bs found at all tims the cleanest and best selected atoek or gene...

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