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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 January 1888

r5eSSC)t-:--Jw- Ftiij3iir''ilri1'rT -. it i --: i. I-"- ' rjT ' ' HMBWHMM T1& "Wi v ' WHELDON & MERRILL KXCLiUSrvTK BALE OF" HUttD SHAFT COAL. WHELDON & MERRILL ptM0 CRUSHED COKE. (irand Opvra Uoiim ISIock. I VOL. XXXIV NO. 18. SPIUNGFEELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING JnjAPY 21. 188S. PRICE TWO CENTS. fins .11 if- :- '5 ' Us ' 1 i ri ? Ifi sl ft K . "-ife W, fe a? !j " WEATHER FACTS. IS WaaaiwaToa.JaB.fi Onto c.iaer, followed by warmer. weather, except snow on ttia) lake. Springfield, O., January 21, 1888, WARMING UP! A French remedy for burns is to allow the contents of a syphon of seltzer water to flow slowly over the affected parts. It quiets the pain speedily and expedites the final cure. May be it is on that princi ple that seltzer water is so often taken internally with "suthin' hot" to cool the burn. It's bad practice to try to heat up from the inside nad the principle of it i-UsST' too. And it is costly o?"s you more than clothes, the use of which illustrates the true p...

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. — 21 January 1888

-.yajrefrac?- a3iaT..-vtsgwa . . jsskt . ,werMW'S-WW . J -a ' " f Ji ,' n3g"' lWTBLie. SATURDAY Ef BOT2ffG JANUARY SI 1888 ... ... VnHfe 53! Jll 1 .11 - IS :-J SENATE AND HOUSE. IMPORTANT BILL IN THE INTEREST OF BORROWERS. lava Mast Indulges Tariff DoWta, mad Adopt a Protective Baaala ttoa sfunierou 1'ctltluaa Atkins; far bull rag Colvvbcs. 0., January 2L Til Senate. bills rwt. H. B. by Mr Itaughman To authoris Outride to transfer f mids. II. B. by tr. Hart Providing that ths terms of court in llaruiltou county shall begin on the nr-t Monday m January, April, Juh and October llr. l-ichard-on Kciiealingthe act au thorizing the survey or of Hamilton county to restore destroyed records. H.B. by Mr. Braman Authorizing North Amherst, Lorain county, to transfer funds. II. B. by Mr I'oormaji Authorizing Bol laire, Kelmont county, to transfer funds. Mr. Kerr's bill providing for the appoint ment of court constables by judges was re ported back by the IVinnnifte on Judiciary ao as to make 'd...

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. — 21 January 1888

jaaaaaiaBi!aSSs2SSli . ... .. . - ici 'r- " ' " " ;aksK'1;' ' V.-.TJ f-V-v -v y - y -TwsLB T - " V REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY, 21 1888. Jl 1 -ia.y-w?.--.atfa&V" " MS r a & if-.. I ." f it' IHK- T 3 4 ft l l n $ JM t I I ITiriSA COLD DAY-. Gnat surprise i$ caused by the announce ment thct last month a man was frozen to death near Austin, Ter. It Isnt the fact o. the? 014 weather that crratca tho surprise, liut rather that the man ahould hare time to freeze to death before be got shot. THAT wis boltzd vosa AGO. Mr. Taliafcro,of Atlanta, Go., claims that ho has soll the problem of perpetual rsotloa. Ho, bo; the conceit of some men. As tho jli he was the only man in America with a 10-ycar-old hoy. eoto cuza to nrstATmr. This must be the missing link. A coat in Berlin has red whiskers. Xow let tho scien tists olon'e closely to see what elTect be has upon tho white bone, and evolution may stnJo ahead, not quite a century, perhaps, but as much as fifteen minutes. TXST AXO 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. — 21 January 1888

S2Si542JS25S2ffl322SK22Si '""Vjjj isasr wSslSSiss. iimLMJuimasmestmmmmsssSmmmrmitramtaKrsttff's xiirft. Wirwi.m "4 w'fcaBiWfft:S''',aifcCai. T , ifiSWGSffSFf-S S-3,aGe"S "., .frf -.., -Ja. -W-. .-wJMJ-w. SKrSP 'r 3ec -,w . ? REPPBIIO, SATURDAY EVBfllfm, JA3TCXAHY 21, 1888. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE AT OPERA HOUSE DRY s. as THIS CS-E3NTTJI3NTE3 CHEAP &JUUE1 TTVII! .;- COMMENCE SATURDAY, JANUARY 21 .AJNTD 003STTI3STXJB TTWO WEEEKS OZNT-TSr. OUR LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS MUST BE GREATLY REDUCED w IINT xSSSms&stTynrrrimr ;;--- - ,-. -',,-;- : IIOPP- rw GOODS STORE! 1 h LOOK Gotd Dark Calicoes, only 3c; Good Shirting Calicoes, only 3c; Good Domestic Gingham, only 5c; Good Brown Muslin, only 4c ; Bleached and Brown Shirtings at less than wholesale prices ; Shirting Checks at 8c and 10c, former price, 10c and 12c ; Three Cases Heavy Unbleached Canton Flannel, only 8c, worth 12 l-2c ; Fifty Pairs all-wool White Blankets at $3.50, reduced from $5 ; $3,000 worth Table Linen, Nap...

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. — 21 January 1888

jjaff!gyg-?wrj?B?. . smy''"' ' -'-" -P?" fcJOgtti8a ia- t$ u ?s,"'g- iWWTmf 'mn.iw-)jmvx WfS. tmi m ft 3 i Hf m $& 8- GREAT CHEAP SALE! BIGGEST KINNANE, WREN & COMPANY'S NOS. 19, 21, 23 AND 25 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST., SPRINGFIELD, O. COMMENCING WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 25, AND CONTINUING UNTIL FEBRUARY 4, '88! $190,000 WORTH OF DRY GOODS! Owing to the mildness of the Winter, our stock is unusually large in all departments, especially in Woolen Goods, such as BLANKETS, FLAN NELS, WOOL 'DRESS GOODS AND YARNS. MEN'S LEATHER AND RUBBER BOOTS, in which shall be made Enormous Sacrifices rather than hold until next season. We quote from each department a few of the many bargains, so that we may be amply understood, yet we have to omit thousands of articles of equal value for want of space, and as we intend making enormous sacrifices, having in view only the clearing out of stock, no matter what loss. There will be no goods charged during the sale. Everything must be cash. See prices, and you...

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. — 21 January 1888

igiagygpsrig SUU&JMWmr , aairo5iaagsjJsj ft .'$&!&& &. -Wyimm, ST5' 17 -" REPUBLIC!, SATUBDAY EVENIKG .TAKTUABY 21 1888. Ssbbbbtb1IIb31 tTRssTsTs?3H'Aj i"1 iiSsWiMl'PH naiM"lls:Tfni ,5 y1 V5jp- SP ,e JJHjjpju.(-UJ lJkss,U"S7-,-. -- ts'ssvtra ..gtSAJAtV s, - "T"iB P F-r&3 j'sISsfissll.lKtKb. 3. . -Se. MS & s .' -f '.-ff I 1 1 : I mlfFW MFTT.AK A1TTT.A -It 11 Jxtl-jAlVtUll-ji-. HOST wnNOERFUL ROMANCE ! IN INDIAN HfSTORY. Oaawlttals Bars BHoau Ckrlatlaa. Mads lalo Good Cltlseas lerss sf Um British Indian qsfugoee Tried to Alaska. Special Correspondence.. Wasbccgtoc, Jan. 19. UE most thrilling Indian story ever written will be told during the present congrces. It will be alao the most remarkable ctoiy in the history of the world's civi lization. It will relate to tiie sav ages of Alaska and British Columbia, and a number of the senators and representatives are preparing to speak upon it. It is a curious story, and it covers a genera tion in time. It is a stor...

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. — 21 January 1888

7VT rfg '?!??'T'SlPClt-' ' KV? REPUBLIC, SATTJBDAY EVENING JANUARY, 21 1888. 4s"wi.injgiii -.i ' j' " ' .''-i,-i-i,;'"v..iiaJ, JH&'TCt" ' aJMMMMMaMIBiMWWWBMWBWWWMW'WW"" !' i-ji lift. ?&- Br RV tp.-ex - i . i wtfc?. i ihf old r.rTTi rn ENGLISH PARLUJIKST. UNLIMITED POWERS OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. AnOiorltr to Chaos th Lin. of Ku- lun or to AbolUb th. Monr-h j k nru of th. I'ppor tlou Why tirrurl. H..izn In IVarr. I hail n Ions; f ilk the other day with a rmuilarnt kiwtcr, who is a icclul fnem! or the I'ricceof Wales. The lawyer has transacted a qrvnt deal of builnessfor th prince. He has mmlo a careful compara tive study of Enclih and American con stitutional nu'thotls. He oald that hn thouRbt the t-trenRth of tho Prince of Wales w 1th the people lay in the fact that he carefully rcfrUned from having any thing luilo with wlitics. "Upon this Una of actiou depends," ald he, "the future of the monarchical system in Kncland. The queen mil neer lie disturbed in her lifetime in a s...

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. — 21 January 1888

SS-F HSfiffrf- tariMMMtarfMMMAl w-9Xs4SX&&$K22 ISST""? ?-ci(r XIPC1 - ' , ;' '" -waf--R - -awjvrsas --, r -5'l?5"''Jr' I RgPTTBLlO, SATURDAY JVESmQ. JANUARY, 91. 18F9 LOOK OUT FOR. OUR REDUCED PRICES! WREN'S NEW DRY GOODS STORE jii mm S 2r aj: t- . rv- . B,yTTf.-.iiff. Wik,-! jlWlflf pwPl ? 1 wiHiMiiiiiT'"i,?; " - I II , .. i , BBaBBBBIBaea M EBBBbH . Flit Ttble Petchtt, mw FiM Apricttt, Ctliffrnia, niw FkM Preserved Strawberries, Fits Red Currants, Fiat Marrswfat Peas. - Fiat Stringiest Beans, - 10c per can. FiM Sugar Csrn, 10 and 12 1-2. (Special Prices at Wholesale.) Lit, Jersey nil Arbucklss' Ceffet, 25c per pound. New Heminy, extra flint, - 2 l-2c pound. Crackers, fresh daily. 5c per pound. (Grand Cheap Sale all this week.) C. W. PAYNTER & CO. 36 TO 38 S UTH MARKFT STREET, NEAR HIGH. PEOPLES COLUMN. rUI ADTKTI8IHO. OK 4SD ATTIR Toaa? tbs SprtafBaM Daiii BsrcsLic irlll Insert sueh;-a4s"aaWBnu -Los." "for Heat. "For fale." etc to this Una on time free, tbrm time tor t...

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. — 23 January 1888

.---?": - gTe" ''- '" i - 3&Vt o- iprtttjtlelft a nttwit. WHELDON 4 MERRILL WHELDON & COAL, (J rand Opera Hesse Block. CRUSHED COKE, -wiS fi Cor. Waskiagtoa aai :' "4 -"3J VOL. XXXIV NO. 19. SPRINGFIELD, O., M02TDAY EVENING JXU1P-Y 23. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. ' m TJ.?V r--r- ':'?'.""'- -r- . - - - - l v J Asr Asy Iff fcr; T if c fe ri' "Mr IK ? I- Ift (Mr WEATHER FACTS. B IS Wsannrroa.Jan.2j OMe' v armer. f ollcwed bv colder: 'snow, followed by (air wath- Springfield, O., January 21, 1888. WARMING UP! A French remedy for burns is to allow the contents of a syphon of seltzer water to flow slowly over the affected parts. It quiets the pain speedily and expedites the final cure. May be it is on that princi ple that seltzer water is so often taken internally with "suthin hot" to cool the burn. It's bad practice to try to heat up. from the inside: and the principle of it is wrong, too. And it is costly costs you more than clothes, the use of which illustrates the true principle of...

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. — 23 January 1888

ggzmzi&seasm. J- 3 ...!, mSREAT -- " " " 7ii?v v -'VJ, ' -)S'752iKife'J-r .- 3' ' WEPUB130, MONDAY EVNmQ, JANTJARY 23, 1888.' AT AHOUS &illfiL THIS C3-E53TXTIl5rE3 CHBAP .5.A.1L.S2 "WILL COMMENCE B ATTJR D Ife? .. - AT, JANUARY 21, 1 .AJ.T.D CONTINUE TWO WEEKS 021-5. OUR LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS NOTIONS MUST E GBIATLY REBU01D IPJT OIPi.l3E:3FL TO TVT V.IS..E; ROOM FOR TMEST SPIELING- GOODS. r is- ?: - LOOK OUT FO ROCK OTTOM AND RED HOT PRICES TJST -A.T.Ti DE3P-A.3R,TLE2STTS ! READ! IRELeVD! .RIELAJD! fiwi Dark Calicoes, onlv 3c: Good Shirtinn Calicoes, only 3c: Good Domestic Gingham, only 5c; Good Brown Hn. mIv4c: Bleached and Brown Shirtinns at less than wholesale nriccs : Shirting Checks at 8c and 10c, former .' - - . .. ....". . . . . t' . -'-......-,-- -. I IIIL-l net, Hlc and I2c; Three uases heavy unDieacnea U'nton Mannei, oniyac, worm izic; i-iny rairs au-wooi wniia laak Mrpnte XKC, tUU IIU l.i; , IlirCB UdSCS nea Uliuicauncu uiuuh I loiiucr, uiiij uu, wunii & iu ...

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. — 23 January 1888

T7rp?'Mff i" ". !cT??i7fff?"rBytiT TyiTrT'tf I I I Mi m I in an I. lie am IWlii I I iii"i I I I ll IH I I I II l I II 'I l II II I :i HEPPBLIO, MOffPAY 'EYEKING JAiTLTARY 33 1888. r-mwT - v - iv w ' 'j 'rfvwajawr .. . it -"v-. in i imi in ji i tm, , m, mm ' i i.ibiii in uiii ii i wii i pi ii "i i iiiiipi ii m i -v , -c -ww-a 'jtn.jrwtVmjff, jbullli &. si Fi'SHF hvZlt-M Sttfl T3i I jEsfrsra fck-g BE? aV rr- iiaff K r t if' lw IK; fr I?' b 2T it m ik BUCKEYE NUGGETS. INTERESTING NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL QUARTERS. Crlaalaal, Social aad Political Eeoate an All Coadea.ed for tho Hu SA lio liasu't Mack Tim to ispr.re. Coarteted of Maiming, roKWHOTCii. January C3.-lvi.ic Mrs, alias Honey, was convicted Ssiturday day ot ow'land n mer maiming, biting an carofTWilliam Kow au ciiirniccr. Hones- is a well-know pirate, and has been atoiJiug the ,cu for many years. Death of a Prominent Minister. FREnrRirKsTon x, Januarr St l'cv J. P. Broadwell, minister of the it. 11 Church of this (place, .lie...

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. — 23 January 1888

gs BtasEtgWatti Pf??y?-eaagf?'.r- jOEPUBLIO, MONDAY EVENING. JAJTUARY, 23.1B68 v- IV M Whit - Mr .' All Fresh and Warranted. IUa1WVu -i .. -. . l-JiTTr:- ,lra. reuiicwi in -JU CIS. I gTMe Apricots, reduced to.... 25 ct. ; wSr "'TTit, resiureel to 25 ct ili.. .............10 CIS J1 ", reduced to 10 cts Wring Beans, scts Urn Ran in A( --.- . .......V aTut&atoes. in 'HOO Apple. I!!.".l!lS ft. aaareeiuoru locandlijic (Special IMces by the eloien.) Bad Sugars remain nt the reduced prices of last week. II to SS Sonlh Mrket Street. nr lltsh. EOPLE'S COLUMN. rUC AUVKHT18INU. jgg A!TD AFTER Today the Springfield Daiu. ucniiinmiwD tu u un c Bnt'irSaie."etc-ln Wit HtliM tree, three times tor tweaty- aaaatz times for ntty cents. WANTEO. W ACTED tllKVTS- innnnulur Adter W tialiuc Patronise. A sma-l amount t MR stone with tact and lotelllcem-e may pro at a considerable I umme centsearns t atl hundred dllarlu cnnm'sslous In a tin Bat aasuhra and incur no u-rsonal responsibil ity. Knqutreatthen...

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. — 24 January 1888

wmmwMKfflHT11-- '- ' s:iGsl:iif:s'la' teg-ragg!yAB:at-'at -, v. , MtpMte f WHELDON 4 MERRILL rELL THE FINEST IIOCICIIVG COAL IX TIIE CITY. WHELDON & MERRILL :" """ Srf.T. Till VfVPCT . ' " iMpi -! itiu ai i;ii j JuasiM' IXVTI COA.L IN" THE CITY. VOL. XXXIV NO. 20 SPRINGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVEns'G JANUARY 24. 188S. PRICE TWO CENTS. - .--ext- ... , - j'?6.6ffCaiyJ'.teMjJM. - dnuvu. - - r " xasssssssammsssmmBs' ' t I " ! , y m i ptmium pmiQ V; fC H IsT' If WEATHER FACTS. P -OM 14 I warmer 1 Wumoa. Jaa. It Okie coiaer, followed of tilrether. - SPRINGFIELD, O., I January 24. 1888. J ATTRACTING TRADE. "The startling enterprise' says a current item, "which conceived the idea of keeping a man for no other purpose than to trim show windows and decorate counters became antiquated years ago, and in large stores now a regular corps of such men- are contin ually "employed in arranging goods in tasteful and attract ive forms." THE WHEV DOES IT. But in our long experience we have found better w...

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. — 24 January 1888

St&7?L-w!LTZjJzm-, .... . - . .. a-..--,ai. .. ,-.-. .uj. EslSgSSSs-SSg? rWfeBaaaeaaar A. 23r iissssssagsS rTTiP1)?r!2rriMtfwwsu-...- . t-- i i i wwimi'iIii i . .-," -twssaBBBB TV Vz --f giraESiae BEPPBIIO, ftE$tAY ETENmO, JANUARY 24. 1888. Ti " "af rTSisraja'ayit fi"asjaaiij . ' " " " ' J-'--- iwluiiLJLJiTLiu.Miuemi,i - .. 'nH- wcg- fWH?miaHM(3K9RF. V " vI::?saRS" W..' -S1- rJ $f- -w -- ' - - e ' - C,T MV JaWaaB i vl ivv 14 a. v, 5S- Lv i; r 18- Y- lA. & f; i "A?-.. aaai .- ' IP 1 KIRK'S FLOATINC SOAP THE CHIEF Baa Batln, ToUat and Laundry. 'IUta and Absolutely Pur. lgr aselee toes not kee. Whit Cloatl oet. M mu lor samel, rake to t talkers, JUS. S. KIRK X CO. CHICACO. IPF 1 rug fir Id rpukiu KTEXIKtt A.D WEEKLY; UTCBUC arlata tke Sew Terk ul West lcialss, Frees Dhaattkee u la BeaUr (raniffB) Te Ice-rasrs. . KICHOU, nniDiit. TQOS. a. HHOW3T, StO'VAIaTtlAS. SPiilCFICLI niUSlilfi emit. Publisher and Proprietor. RBPCUUO liinbllsllea Tenia extent Sandu. and U asliv- at toe rate...

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. — 24 January 1888

&gg33&fefc f'rp ' . "-'W-'n ? fW. , V3 Je&i&??r aewp-ae? j ja.G.i,Ti.j'tf?scrT.v'' - REPUBUO, TUESDAY EVEOTETQ J.AJjTtTABY 24 1888. .' giBfggfejtfgiaiir'7Wii .aaaMmaacgWBWM. .n. atfBEMsai3iafiMLfcygiidwg' "w- mmm SJSSia&SlSaSOTOSglgS Mhj2&&,S-j&&JZ BKx!jfv NeB?'rMEKWBwawK- --w --.-,: - ' r : "wiesiw35rl -t - jW "V -,. ' ,1 - ff . jfclHMMWiMMiMW"a'M""MM,MMIM'MMi"aW'Mll,W'MWM,M i Ivm H0 iti . i &j h R it? "?, . , - r' & antmi$ ooescurc FfteuimlfMr, Neuralgia ftrtvaus ttatr- che. If will cure YOU. JfUSie QnV fin luc- nnwi (food Jhe tuto 5tnd cent for Ifie beau- . NntMNtAnUMM arul colored total kita last fa ltna bicturt.Moon'k fcrll iMiloahmea liWalt Sr.'rttwvstk, NATIONAL LEGISLATION. THE CARUSLE-THOEBE CONTEST FIN ALLY DISPOSED OF BY HOUSE. n arakr't Risht to nil at caa. mail li Bic Lot of fropoMd In itiation Itampest Into the Haessr Froalitantlal Aiotat.aaats Watalaa toa Newt. WASHtsorox, January C4. Under the tall of States in Uie HoU-e th...

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. — 24 January 1888

5. iBKfliHBiHuSSSt?!!?-. SSMttlSi PfaBBMiijjwgesii r-.wwr?5;fK:.i -- -s-5rpW' .-."-- ;-J K -.-.; eSar,rY.jy"TW"a:g I II nMBil MSI .1 Jr'rr,-r-TJ-r---W,tgtliiTrW.lltlllPlB'j'll' T-am i imi 'rc;' tw.wwpKSKf Tssrap? " I S3 I S2 we M i3 fife' m m H K m sMfe' SFs P ! anannnnnnw ' " enwamaaa awaawaawawj , osesa.:e CHINED GOODS AH Freak and Warranted. fclSf ?"chM "uced t 20 cts. CSKP cotN tll"Hl t 83 cts. ewxeBle Straw burr!,. rAliiM.1 i. : .... laiUlii I . . . w,.inmm ,. w. .-. .10 cts, Often Peas, reduced io Beans ...10 cts. .... cts. 10 cts. ....:to cts. 11 ft ?" .-.-... APPle. Sweet Corn i.llioeaud 12Uc (fecial Prices by the dozen.) Sugars remain at the reduced prices of last week. tl It as Seath Market Street, Mr Hu;h. LOPLE'S column. tUI AUVUKTISIMi. ACT AtTIR Today the Springfield Dull c win insert men aus -as fcani. r toot." "for Sale." etc In let Dae tree, three times tor twenli- atx times lor fifty cents. RJtSPHlMiilKUJl-Ull-CO. WANTED. fAjfTID A young white Ctrl tn do liuhl "or....

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. — 25 January 1888

iTftirmtTH mifi i ..a -.-ex--? aw r-.i iyrr-. rrr- fp,mfr!vxrTvfi! ??? Uffelfc ptito ftttblic 3 WHELDON ft MERRIL SELL THE FINEST- UUY.It,I COAli IX THE CITY. ' SPRINGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING .LAXITA"RY 25. 188S. PRICE TWO CENTS. fTaT'-.;.""' -----i - - -. --mTimim wsqs&m&wmmmMBF"- mr''''9w ' ? " --v ribk'' - -'2Sfe m hi i i ii m itmtm uBi iwpw'"i l ' 7 aiir'MtfMnr,inffhTiBfgtMMMHBMraJBWTniWlWr - i " ''Ni.pCLBnfijIBWoirCjfcafjcPj r "T" CT" - ''TapP " & " 'TrT.rnr'j iBTiI. -"jfc-tr.T -.- -..- -,-.,-, . , v .- ..- M u,Uri nU urnnn . &4g "XL TUB FINEST Wfl I j ;- ; f DOCKING COAL 9 Jk Jl'M'JW ; '. IS THE CITY. J fe I VOL. XXXI V NO. a i . L -?-? 't fir . ? lfew wTurim nnrniTiniT iit Tim pniTTll OHIO DAILY vmt "' MflMHUJ, lfl lilt 3UU 111. Wfr I J Warmer, followed tT ccllerl H L2Jfitir; snow, followed b?lJ WJL I fair weMher. SPRraGFIELD, O., January 24, 1888. ATTRACTING TRADE. "The startling enterprise," says a current item, "which conceived the idea of keeping a man...

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. — 25 January 1888

p!s GREAT CLEARANCE SALE AT OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE H COMMENCE SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 188S JJsTID OOUTTINXJB3 TWO WEE3K23 OlSTLiY. OUR LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS ! NOTIONS MUST BE GREATLY REDUCED IN ORDER TO TVLAJttJEl ROOM FOR 3NTE5XV 8PRUNTO OOOD8. LOOK OUT FOR ROCK BOTTOM AND RED HOT PRICES SBPUBUO, WEDKSDAY EVTOSmG, J.AOTART 28, 1S88. tfc- H'-: iw.- I- cd narir naiipcM aniv ap- Good Shirtina Calicoes, ?" ,..-. DI...U.J ..j twWlOc Mi 12c ; Three Cases Heavy Unbleached Canten "Mik-wS at $3.50, reduced from $5 ; $3,000 worth Table -ft -a.- --- . IjN; 90.UUU WOnn KIRK'S X www wl .OATJ soap THE CHIEF M Bath, Toilet and Laundry. 'White avnd Absolutely Pure. SS M here WWW Good oap fM BJ MM fOC ? ChM aO 1BW toucii. (3 Of ID If 3 fn CHICAGO. frif wield Republic irnaa ahb weekly; aetata tt Ssw Tsrk u4 Wert -- rraaa wtoestchM u4 U asti ffwMlfa) Trinrau. ,wwK-mcae-. THOB. O. BBOWX. IK'riISTIUI. wfHwftlil PIIUS1IIE cuniT, "PHliwriKl Proprietor. BircBUO itnbUiiiat r flMBt SSBdB. Bad li 4eUT ...

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. — 25 January 1888

S5a(KWr9iW,?? JjPWfflTftrVilT i.i r llj t-r -lTiTrrv2iy' HEPtTBUO, WEDNESDAY ETEOTyQ J4INHTARY 25 1888. -'I' I ,41 W it i- ii K.s- EK K k - v R & h i FROM WASHINGTON WHAT IB OINQ ON IN THI HOUttS OF C0NQRES8. ! - Kallvray -tartar U Disa4fl tor ItltakaU Fronounc tan Thar, a Lav A Dm Fs-lar J- NnnkM t rrojwtttlnn to BrlJay. th -Uaal. atasnl Blv.r. AMirxorot. January 25. In IfstlTous yesterday Mr. Uatcs, of Alabama, Irom th Judiciary Committee. reiMrted a bill mat iiiR bills of lading conclusive evidence in ceruin case. Houe calendar.. Sir. Mavis, of Massachusetts, from the Committee on Judiciary, rt'jrted a bill to reward Ksquiruaux natives for acts of humanity to kliip reeled stamen. Com mittee of tlie Whole. Mr. Kieliardson, of Tennessee, Chairman of the Committee on Printing, reiorted a resolution, which was adopted, calling on the l"utilic IVinter for information as to discliarges or furloughs in his oilier, at a time when the printing ord red by the House is largely in arrear...

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. — 25 January 1888

Sgsfeggi afaaVSeWliilTiTMIBaaaWaBiaaa .-, , i i mn m "ii . .- J-,. i m-jji -; ' '-5J iflEPTTBLlO, -WEDNESDAY gVgNINQ, JANUARY, 2A.1888 T - - . ----. e- Tgwwy ?yyty. ' Jg-gs7Sga w m s MR "ill' OWNED GOODS ill Fresh and Warranted. TtttolVaelies, reduced to 20 cts. 8trmwbTrie, resluc-el to -. cts. --...ra, jo CIS STOSJlVa, rtMUClHlto 10 Cts. stria Beans, ;V- 'JT" mus .m ci-s. iTsasatoes, :to cu MSB Apples lb cts. Sweet Corn, . . ioc ami 12Sc (Special rriees by the dozen.) 4 Sugars remain at the reduced prices of last week. L)3lvvfcr QJ St ft K SoHth Mirket Street, Bear Hitth. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. VBUCK ADTEBTISUfO. I aVKD ATTIR Today the SprtnrtiaDiiii - -" i.ur anoh "till" s "H 1HI1 U"-tar Kent." "For Sate." etc In this urae rree. mree unies wr twnuir Laaaslx times for nftj cents. T1IK SPKIUriKL fUB-CO. ra.wr. WAITED. MAlTTZD-Oirl to de General housework, at I Ha.Jtfnorlaraciory kki Kelerences snirsa. aio- -Socanvm for.tver . -rill amount ot tandi .ttlliienceraaypro- i...ij.Htidtn.nn. Arp...

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