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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 1 February 1888

3 f ' , WHELDON 4 MERRILL; GffT W r JVW fgrVV- W XrM'JW WHELDON & MERRIL1 & VOL. XXXI VNO. 27. SPBINGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 1. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. sUSsi?- WFtTwrn ricn. rnnr rmr iit nnrriift murder mystery. I lmnnimr moirTrn' muiur mpirTinM. iiTnTnrn ...-- .. . . It.r t. r li. ; a II. - 1! - I I 8 W? rt mm i.' W Win- i Am ::t i.Kr.Ai riitr. in ni 1rr41.n1 n nnn., 1. '1A.Mr.1t: a i hkk k 11 aim MMAiHuunNiiwi. 1 a 5 Wiuimnl. Fob. L Okie: i air weather, followed I ' I ocsl rains on Thursday; I siowry rising temperature. Springfield, O., ) January 31, 1888. J OF MANY COLORS! "And he made him a coat of many colors," the good book says : Israel did for Joseph, because he loved him. And that coat, you will re member, -cot loseph into trouble. But the parallel does not extend so far here. Our COATS OF MANY COLORS Will not pet anybody into trouble, but will fill all with joy. -Our coat is an overcoat. May not be the same style as Joseph's, nor of the same ma terial....

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. — 1 February 1888

. v ' V . ," " OSH ??2!:3S33Sc&sA.i? . . ?sg" . i i ii mi i m iiMjiiiuim ....ii 'Ttu'WuaaB tttwSMSff-" iv-. -- -. -. . "" r " Tt i- - J: -r MGPtTBLIO, WEDNESDAY EV JJUO, EEBRTJABY 1, 1888. r m GREAT CLEARANCE SALE AT OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE COMMENCE SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1888 .AJSTD 003STTINXJB TWO "WEEKS ONLY. OUR LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS NOTIONS MUST BE GREATLY REDUCED JL ! '& U- ORDER TO mfATtW ROOM OR IST:e."7V SaPRHNTO- GOODS. LOOK OUT FOR ROCK BOTTOM AND RED HOT PRICES I2ST AT.T-, PTJTP A RrrTrMTr.-NTTg; l RE-AJD! R.ELA.TJ! READ! '2 IssBS Jaf li- 1.- J? 2fc IBSr miff? mw Tt iiie. - ... ---.NN Dark Calicoes, amy ac; mn o..ruy -, ' "y ??J " ESSwb alS3 50 reduced yon ; $5,000 wortn KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP IE CH1EP ,th. Toilet and Laundry. WhU and Absolutely Pu. K Mar aailar doai not kerp TThiM Cloud oip. tTaMB rorUap nkc to tM maker. JAS.S. KIRK SCO, cnicAvw. Bt-i$firld gr public XTTOBe ASD WEEKLT; $ Riklr at M ii ft if S 331 JaPJ5,"(irBaBfja""""""TM ' lhUrroUCarlmtiithr...

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. — 1 February 1888

V L -"-;ri5 ITT.' ill, MSS5EWiflCTES 'j3& i .-bjbbb' "a"1'' r ;S& f-i .V- j- - &-: il & &?;$ IS' ? w !i , S3 13A f t Kk-ir. sns i.'-.-JSt - 'rar i-tAipiti J-fc P- m Hfc TwawSr. i TOfTwiw,LT"j"' -yr ri "";? PftP? flHICr GLEANINGS. IMPORTANT NEWS FROM MX PARTS OF THE STATE. atanraaa AnUnti, KIiUm, Theft, Barglartes, Mnt ef ait XMim, u4 li'lil Xmtt,InfiiW tor all nim C Baaders. Loot. February I. William Martin Ml offa building yesterday, breaking aa anal and spraining a hip. Ou Struck at Taaratea. Tnt-arros, February 1. Ota was ttrnek here early Monday morning, at a depth of 750 tret. On being lighted a flame fifteen (eel high shot up through the derrick. Shoe Dealers Asolga. TUwravm-E. February 1. John Fy ft Sons, shoe dealers, assigned Monday to T. J. McDermott with liabilities to front HOOO to $15,000, and with urn about the same. Borglarj at tbo Csaa Lima, February 1. A stranger broka into the room of Miss Ola Parker, at tba Commercial Hotel Monday morning and 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. — 1 February 1888

VJ BSSsa&s&SfeEKjS! jtaflPtJBLlO, WEDKESDAY gvTENmQ, FEBRUARY 1. 1888 GREAT BANKRUPT SALE! GREAT BANKRUPT SALE! -OF TPECd STOCK Or BOOTS ANO SHOES FORMERLY BELONGING TO ST. JOHN & REEO ! Saltti Ctnmence Thursday Miming, Feb. 2, at 9 o'cleck. This entire stock of gilds must be closed out within the next Ten Days Regardless of Cost or Value. Those who wish to obtain real, genuine Bargains will come at once as this is a sale of necessity, and the entire stock of goods MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE. THE PLACE: INTO. 53 WEST IsJLLlST ST., SIFRIIOTO-EIELID, OHIO. P. o. ION, MAKTAO'EIIl. ' J - - ? -"j7r-" , rr rjj v?r-i-'ir'-B-irfc?"-seesaw- o-Hr,r - - . ,.- v-iriSHK ' - - -''.-- - "- SSOB& , I IJT- RS " ?s-i - rES2 vms , W'. 12 Ir ?" -, Uki, 59.. h 4f m v J4.isji. ' a. aS r . ; 13." ft W i T ' S- n 25 OTS. G HEW JATA-FLAVORED COFFEE! Ahrays Fresh and Perfect in rum. irviL 50!u nly by K to 49 Seilh Market Street, I Mir Higk. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. ADTKBTI8IXO. ABB AFTER Today he Spr...

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 February 1888

s i Mi hi "Pi il'lliilIIPnlflH I'll iflll'M llil"ll"PI' ijlliyWPIflHlri"f'll(fiWI'W11 TIM I" w ""Willi"! AWf1"11 ' ' V ",. war ; f . "- ',!JP '- . ii ii i &.. jmttflfiel BIUSHED HE BUY COAL 3 -S -3eB OH" ALL KINDS OF WHELDON & MERRIII WHELD0N& MERRILL gSPETNGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 2. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. aS. jtoiltt fttMfc- I l p't Sl " " fan u sr r 9 WEATHER FACTS. P fci WmOTn. Feb 5 Ohio ,S lgtitly aarnirr. ialr weather Springfield, O., February 2, 18CS A GREAT FALL A young lady was passing a residence on whose Jgfeps was a young man ana in ironi of which was a dog. In a .flash her feet went out from under her and she came down on the icy walk. The dog in a play ful mood rushed to her assist ance, while the young man. not at all embarrassed, asked: 'Didvou fall?" "Well", I should think I did," said f&e. young lady, rising and Rearranging her head gear. sYes," responded the youth, "I thought If must be funfiy if you sat down to play wi...

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 February 1888

.. JZSS--earas-. . . flMBK.u.w 1 , --.-. -i jgTwWW. WlJ '""YifcaWi? 3f&iuZ&&S23. FVS jjilgBriBiiff 1 i88. -fT 12 llilLI J ' &T'-!rrt-ntri-r,ii, r, 'Jihsr' A ;y----. . -aj - " - .-r""TT-a"''s J 'C -r it rA 3 BS$ ??3 iK !- " ? i r, u r"?l& . rs-5 -, Ssis.. ?S K&- KrSt i.j m L &9 m a;,; ' KIRK'S vlHmAlpiD i FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF rmt tha Bath, Toilet and Laundry. htvaw Whllo .nd Absolutely Puro If roar dealer does rot keep WMte C1ol ". en ernla for sample rake u the MMn. JUS. S. KIRK 5 CO., CHICACO. ri9ficia grpulrtii. ETEKISO AX li WEEKLY: The BUTBUC. trials the Terk til West era asasrlaUd Ptm Dispatches sad the luster , anil (TeraLre) Telearans. . ncRoM, rsntscxT. THOS. U. BBOWN, UC'TUDtUU. SWUmil PliBLISEliS CGMfllT, Publishers and Proprietors. m-rmmma kki'iiblio is published areal at except boadav. and l aenv- at the rate of 10c. per week. Single M. LT ltrPCHLlO ! mmUahed east Tnoreaay, ana is oce ol tne mosieom Blete testily newspapers in the country; ...

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 February 1888

& K I' J y t AiXi Fi' -.. r - I-. fe Wd, l te ; ff I' sir mi LI f- eahr-,,1f ss, saMajMaMHHMMMilHiUtfSMiaiMMlriaMMailMAUiiM FRESH PROM 0Ak6tA. story of tnn Rataa ! U tko Nortasrost. 8niKot. Pa , February 2. Charles Kuz ler. late of this place, was among the uu fortunate who lost their lnes in th Dakota blizrard. Hit father, Dr. J. a slushier, arm ed home with the body yes terday The young man had settled o'n ranch five ruiles est of TV easing-ton spring. Jerauld count, Iuk , and iru doing Hell at t.ie time of his death. On the morning of January !, the weather was clear but intensely cold, with the mow thirty inches deep on a let el. lVople were stirnnr; about as usual, and Charles Kuiiler lnulird Ins oxen to a sled and started fur a straw staik about quar- ter of a mile distant to take home a load of atraw Ashewa! tilling his tehicle. th storm came suddenly uiion him and, jump- ing dou ii, he tiuluulied and started for his home. He lost his bearings in the fright- ful storm 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. — 2 February 1888

-4 J v j-i-..j--;,r-."y'" ' inn i m fciiim-a,U!i " HTPUBLIO, THURSDAY liVJCJNlNQ, FEBRUARY 2. 1888. w BANKRUPT SALE! GREAT BANKRUPT SALE! OF VSCSI STOCK OF BOO ANO SHOES FORMERLY BELONGING TO ST. JOHN & REED ! tt CtntBSSRR Ti'lircrlriw Mnrninn Fori 9 at Q n'plnoLr Thic antira etnrlf of nfiaiU milttt hft rlttCAli ant within th nAvt Tan fiawe Ranrrllos nf f.nat Ar Value, Thnaa mkn ujlak 4 KtlB ...... I .-..:. r.: ...tn x -- il:. : -,..,, ...... ,, .,.... ...a, . w-. .., - w. - w..w w. ...., ...... .......... --. ......... .... .... - -"j- "-----;- '--v. nnu Kisii ivuuwui icai, y cum no Djryauis win come at once as wis is a sale of necessity, and the entire stock of goods MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE. ;KEM;aMEMBER TUB PLACE: 2STO. 53 WEST MAIU ST., SnIlsra-PIBXjID OHIO. T. O. SON, nCACTAO'Em.. i Urn HDC A' 3 "4 ' staiTaYDIlA sfaBsBBBsBBl inVaaisssssssssssssssssssta I'SJ'. HbjJs-nJ fA 35 co bbIHIbbPv ..:Li4X M OTS. 'TO SEW JATA-TJiiYOKKD FFI1! Fresh and Perfect 1n llW&f M .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. — 3 February 1888

f" rss- yrittflfMft jlaifrg BUY COAL OPALLKINDSOP I WHELDON&MERRILLj VOL. XXXIV NO. 29. WHELDON 4 MERRILL SPRINGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVEKING FEBRUARY 3. 1888 PRICE TWO CENTS. t 1 -MMriMMifrlrrftfrffyar'Tqa mu wmi". i t IT i''f'aas?'fissssmM , j! "'' H lftf It If f IBUY CRUSHED COKE mrwmr jr&w ?F K I WEATHER FACTS. B P Winttoml. Feb. A, 0M Falreath'r.iolloed by rain or snots: nearly tuumur) emperature. Sprwofuld, O., February 3, 1888. :ivi IIBPSUDI.! Why must we be careful of those letters more than others Because in the olden days the host kept his customers scores in chalk on the panels of the doors. P stood for pint and Q for quart, and it be hooved the guest to watch his score lest he should exceed his proper number of P's and Better than saving money by minding.your P's and Q's is by minding your H'S AND K'S : Hats and Klothes. "Klothes," you see, are made to fit. That is what we do in the ''clothes line." We make them to fit "FIT TO A T." We make Suits and Over coats to or...

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 February 1888

" Sif-A-a5S-. ... ... -" J." gsaiiaStesfear;. n 3Mpij -- -MwZ-E', . .. HgPtTBLIO, PRtDAY EVmDTO, FEBRUABT 3. 1888. is fi. E f- , A l to, e-ss: m-- - r ss3Kr ? 3fj K & 'tSsI' Hj m mi S?fom!&.w. atf g. -r $1,000 REWARD ,.hoi,lll contradict "J proof, oar culm ihm Mem Blacking MURE LEATHER. 7diii fesSSiaa Vwt erf thin, try Ibe f.iGow aa.trlp,.f laathrr In a tatttl. & ana. Mave It th-c I.r a day ur a ma and har it up to Art and ai- " an(iiii ilartaas tnthFrrorh lnior. and CTBtir.ffl Wntd tu.ttUft.uf Parte Black WoWTsAGMEBIacking an kir A rf UiW WATERPROOF, SOFT, MD DURABLE. . nek, RlXfvSV IHH.TMI U an na, flasa, laftar .a. aaaayaaffa. tVa Montn for omrn. and 42ESH2,M"'w,"r,,r ,,'"'r r Months wftooot nswtaiinc ' A MRMLPH. ranJDELPKil. I WsBllfllam. Gracm, and daalen rnaiaUr. Jfrujfiria Republic imiSe AM WEEKLY; VfcftBSPV BUI lBf. Il..ta Turk aarf lV.lt tr)iliirrwl.r.tclnH. sad tk Ile.trr Tateics) Ttlmnt. k BCsTKs.OLS, THU5. . BROWK, rmnin. itc jr as n- t Hiuinri-'fBDHcuiir rnu...

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 February 1888

ff ' if I m i;v- r ? JTi- f. 6, I aiat?"S22E!BESSS!ffi ssF" ' ' ' " ' ' ' i qjijj ;Bf GENERAL NEAL DOW. THE E Tka Great Prohlbltlonlat Talks Abawt !F Third Part? atattars: I Great ProhlbiUonltt Talks Third Party atattars: PoRTXASD. February 3. S'pal Dow. tha leader of the Prohibitionist party, has been , interviewed here as follows: j "What do you think of the attitude of .the Republican leaders towards prohibition i in this State?" was asked. "I know." replied the General, "that tha , liquor dealers of the West sent notice to tha I Republican bosses in Maine, three or four I years sro. that any inquiry indicted upon the liquor trafllc in the State would be i revenged by them upon the Republican party in Ohio,Michigaii,Illinoisand Slinne- Kiuk inn mat is tne only way we can ac count for the failure of the Republicans to do anything here to materially cripple tha grojrhops." Central Dow said he thought the Repub lican party everywhere wa5 a thoroughly committed to the liquor interest...

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 February 1888

IHS3 jv'J---V- , ,JL.r--Jfi?7r---i,Mm ni-Mn viiiiimi wHjTMumi. - - '- - - iflgPOBLlO, FlttPAY IVTCNmQ, FEBRUARY a. 1888. ' - - ' ' ' ' r ''"-g PREAT BANKRUPT SALE! GREAT BANKRUPT SALE! i otp TiaiEi mroGis. oir IQTS AND SHOES FORMERLY BELONGING TO ST. JOHN & REED ! f , nee Thursday Morning, Feb. 2, at 9 e'clock. This entire stock of gotds must be closed out within the next Ten Days Regardless of Cost or Value. Those who wish to obtain real, genuine Bargains will come at once, as this is a sale of necessity, and the entire stock of goods MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE. JsOBEiTt THE PLACE : 3STO. 53 WEST lsLAJHST ST., &FTtTJSrO-FTEnLJD9 OHIO. T. O. sols', MA-ST-A-a-raH.. 3 sv .J v. IsfeS fe1 EK?1 LIS ! OTS. IW-" Jv IIW JAYA-FLATORED i fj-v. OFFEE! ,SS -. v Tv " . (ft Fresh and Perfect in mnm. Try it Sold wily by avduc ljf,.4 8-tk Market Street, Ltv ..w.-.i. 1IU BIKB 10 MEASURE -i" ' 'AflUCDVOK ?- . COMFORT AMD fUEAVKYOUB ORDER l?V; - -k''- x - f. fcie k-;:j ES COLUMN. & ncama.n...

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 February 1888

P -r2S22225SS in l il I IP HI II iiHWiii I III I ' i f -w , " w HPT-.P Mill 1 1 I'Hf i I i il ' jQKfilB1iraHri -4 - - i - - v- yrittflfielft jtaflfli fliptiMfr- imnEjHiL! COAL. WHELDON & MERRILL WHELDON& MERRILL r SPKmGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUA1IV 4. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIVNO. 30. '"Pa ie f -f i- fc 4 r m i WEATHER FACTS. m IS Wimnmi. Trh. 4 Ohio Threatening weather, rein or aow; ilslnK.Iollowearjyiaii. me term erature. Springfield, Om February 4, 1888. The most potent device for attracting trade that still re main in fashion, and probably always will, , is advertising, says a New York paper. Whenever a merchant wants to sell anything he advertises it. If he doesn't he can't sell it, except at a disadvantage, as compared with other men who do. , Women who shop to any extent nowadays take the papers, and cutting out the advertising pages, use them as a directory for their purchasing trips. "Oh, only the big stores advertise ; let's try some small one," one ...

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 February 1888

i"f WfiJujEt" Ji-Jjiiyijw-lyin trs 'wM .&tirMr.!&z&t&& ftawffiKsciifcaja-iiQt,; &5 "J 'irt. " VKf . " ..nnn'..''a'. . - : jf w-jn-i : A!- - MPUBLIO, SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 4 188 gSftgg5fiaiSBg5aSSgSSaBiSEgg -UU. JJilLi WW CSa I htgw tTjyaWTT9VJx-3jtt.as4mi-u.. l!tj ,K-S;itH-SMtTlS2LLL,j.t.-j"L''jir'"'''- !.. aKSR 11 r r 1 iti issi rrTBisir nrvi i 1 1 1 iiiivtpjis 1 1 ms nf ' z. ,w '?simgmagKmmaBtiimyA "wwsswsssssssssssssssssssojssssb ' - -tffS J PRICES REFUSE TO RISE. A VERY QUIET WEEK IN TRADE AND FINANCE CIRCLES. X. oV. Dwa'e stovlow of Baslasss With aVsstle IpMilMUl, Tfcero Is as. tacraase s? InlllMli ataslaoss. aad a Qroater Yolaaso Au at this Ttsue Last Taar. Xrw Yoai, February 4.-11. O. Dun A Os-'s weekly review of trade will mi IJuiet nee been the prevailing feature in business staring the past week, at tiesrly every in osrior point reporting ami t the chief east am due Yet it U generally estimated that the volume of business transacted cssoaare fai...

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 February 1888

JSfc&pSsP585" HEPTTBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 4 1888. mmjMmmsm ;1 IfeL 4, &L lb r I .f -N"" WHAT IPS COMING TO mJ rma U ; -' "s. n!ft Bill jf 4ltr Iklrertinns A1mit sti(ng Itrgrrtt. 5i''' FOUND roysclf in " A receipt of the fob tr" liminz Ictte-r not New York, t IVc !D. 1-SN" BillSje.tso- I'cirttsni Thccluh forruist for llie iir jsv-e of tfsinr. a Christmas treo to its fellow lioardcrs 1:1 a I Urcc jtrivalo Kian! I-1R house nqtHt tlir wvlsmv of yi-ur jiresenco cl Iho unto c-3 Pec. 11 We do not expivt jou to tie present, ia tacu we would rather hare a let'erof trgret from you If o'j would so farcr us it would uot be rubhhed. bat Jmily be read oa th evening widi oth-r commuak''-vioa!i of a lite nature, etc etc. As tiero l novst.np inclosed in reply to the above, loiter, I hno divided to reply tnay tbntuIi t he columns of tho yireis. Tho idea of soliciting a letter of regret U original with the writer of tho uliove, hoso n-uioiiLindly s-ipprcssed. This reply will roin. a l...

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 February 1888

ry??? .,,.- .-- -1. inj'vy-f1! !; BBFPBIIO. SATURDAY EVJEJUU, FEBRUARY 4, 1888. GREAT BUPT IE OF STOCK OF BOOTS AMD SHOES FORMERLY BELONGING TO ST. JOHN & REED ! SALE TO COMMENCE THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 2 AT 9 O'CLOCK. Thfe ftntire stock of floods must be closed out within the next Ten Days, regardless of cost or Value. Those who wish to obtain real, genuine bargains will come , at once, as this is t sale of necessity, and this entire stock of goods must be closed out at once. REMEMBER THE PLACE: - - NO. 53 WEST MAIN STREET, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. "! s?S tt f -f - T. O. TDJL'OT'SON". lULAJNAXZEZR. ?13SS,gS2sSSSSi5Si3SSS 1 1 .--t if y 1 MLimfllli lIMI'i -I'ilP. IMHJI .tJJOJflJLJJUI'H.BJlJ ''IB "I1 'L"U JKFM iJVXlSl W.t'l.L 1. 1 ' J' "' sf33S3'-'' V 2sT" ""' jP V -c r aSJ.H'-'''" ' ' - "V f " T r" . JSstBWSBTaB ' TragiMi. i ... Mm f-; -fi .- .-!! Two for a Cent And the best ever made. Cheap enough, turd;, and to good that those who have used them won't have any others. What are they ? ...

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. — 4 February 1888

gsjtwwawgBgas: .. w ..fl-77?a- .T -tp F,fcvJrtW - t.i TrhlidirTlrOtTiHfc , 11 ' KIPUBLia SATURDAY EVENiyG FJ-3RTJABY 4 1888. msssim'sSS39Sssttxseee!SSUSSSiSieatasn afte'T-'-g'ffi K w ft' l) r t4 it. fc . t i i" j M f BEFORE THE FOOTLICHTS. LACONDA LACONICS. -Earlr Birda" TonlKht at ths Grand Heanett and Moulton Opsra Company -JnHpk Murp-y Beautiful Margaret Xxkn. Tonight the "Early Birds" Burlesque company will be at the Grand. The Buf falo Courier sajs of the caw pan) : "Franks and Mariou drew a big house at the Adelphia last night, making a strong feature of a big company, the remainder belug ni'tl ladies w ho gaTe songs, dances and male IniperwinaterH to cult all arleties of tastes. A burlesque on 'She' gave pretty near all the 'Karly IrtrdV an epportunlt). and greatly amused the Urge audience.' Seals are on sale at Harris's. JOE ML'Uri( IN "TlIE DONAOII." Concerning Joe Murpli)'s pla). "The Donagh." which he Is to present at the Urand on Monda) evening next, the De troit Fire i'...

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. — 4 February 1888

rZL.?f' W " . : " " ' njii ' ' " "-T -jgsg-''---t-ygife pfc..tai!g3j58S3aaiW "-" -rB&wuMvrtrsi "VS" BEPTOLIO, SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 4 188f & jpfPpW?fiBi'!p5 " 'ff y-sr' . .ssgasy1; !)z2Z2Lmz& " " -! -) " sjagwpj JUJIJMBWfcSfiM&l II Le? w aws 323S "it 4.J?.. M H p i, . GEORGE W. CHILDS. THE UNIQUE PERSONALITY OF THIS FAMOUS EDITOR. . .Marind fly Taos SATHo Know nim lint. Xetwlthstaadins; the Sneers or 1IU lr trseton 'HU rrPr. 1IU Houses, BU Autographs and ,lurL- of Art. Special Correspondence PamtDELTIIIA, Jan. 30 George William ChilJs is one of those ts ho, ts hilo still lu ios afesion of the. good gifts of life, has liern the object of much extravagant eulogy ami notn little venomous abuse. He has an imaienso following of friends and admirers, by whom be is worshiped and reganhsl an a poJ rather than a man, while his detractors can Dot say enough to belittle bu character and underrate the irairtancu of bis wr wees to his age and generation. Ills successes hare a...

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. — 4 February 1888

npgL'UtuW x'f.&ijSaF&ttSiSi!: NS3&fieii8j 'I1 lOPtTBLTO, SATUBDAY EVENIK& FEBRUABY 4 1888. '"'&& -"!" . , , i i ..I hi i ix" V',7r'!-i"J"' n"rr"iJ Ti Lil mi Ti iriMri JiV fcsaaatt2a&3MMEJllMal I JMwaJgBMKfflllMSagreT. JWSSSSRaiKlv' f!sv ;P " ' - ' - p - "" s.MjMEfinw . -aiLi.Bs-?- 9"svi - jrW' --jw '"' jit M(r ; -t v ,? - - .- fvr v - .Bpj KprS' VS llpf; f fl y it ft FOLLOWING THE SEA. A Man Who Bu Dan It For "rlr Fifty Tauurc New Your, Jan. 30. Sea life U hard to gi v up. I bare talked with reral captains on the subject and they all agree. An old captain who has been to a for more than forty jears, said to me the other day: "You fellows who lire, on land donl know anything atmut the banl&hips of sea life. You growl all day becausayou have to work so hard, and then go home, torn in for all aijlit, and forget all about it But how would you like to bo hauled out of a bunk with a"'call all hands to shorten sail,' and p oat on tha end of a yard arm with n...

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. — 4 February 1888

S! ,. ..-sBWWOir. -wsyr- sa- s,a"gsgfiMg.j, . 'sr-''' l"?$gff " wt?-t - t - ,-- - -- sf jXKFTTBIIC, SATURDAY ZTXEmfO, FEBRUARY 4. 188 ':-i Sir- . S3 ia L- - 3i - 2? ci- -: &? :.-. 25CTS. CB HE W JAYAsFLlYORED COFFEE! Always Frtth aai Perfect in Flavtr. Try it StU Nlyby kftvvW M to 40 8ath Market Street, MrHkck. SHIRTSTO MEASURE nticrAaKD worn summcs, esHFOirr mid DURABILITY. LEAVE YOUl ORDER PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANltD WASTED Pltaatioa as rek and to dncrn- 4 ft erai aoasewora. appitbi.i ei -'" gum iriXHD- kferhanl'-al drsut human . for n a-to-BaTanni work Address, x u 30a lTASTKO-lrl is Mnk anil do eenrrai TV aOutWrS. Market street Apatj at once at M pnrto nr ANTKD-Tne lowest responsible bidder t ff lay a Udewaia cbhik,toui -. ttlek. twelve fret wide, and thirty leet Mm. also. .thirty feet n.rat atone, eighteen iacketwie.tmnfMtloaanleUbt imbe talck. w. Intnl. 2 B' AKTT-AOBRT 'o eanraas for Adyer VI ttelua Patr..at. A smal amount it work ! with tactaud lutelllatnct: n pro aaMateansld...

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