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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 6 February 1888

Aafi2?SiS5S 3 s prmafklft gtoilg $pttHfr HOCKING I JRGXSUI 4 ANTHRACITE GOAL! AOZi SXZM. WHELD0N& MERRILL OOAfc. WHELDON 4 MERRILL VOL. XXXIV NO. 31. SPEtNGFEELD, O., MOXDAY EVENING FEBRrAKY" G, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. 9 . L I -' V i S S i ; f WEATHER FACTS. P mam. Feb 6 Ohio weather, followed by now on lakes, slowly iemrraiure. Springfield, O., 1 February 4, 1888. J 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 shopper was over heard to say to another a few days ago. "Why, no, child, it's only the stores that advertise that a...

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. — 6 February 1888

! t ? Rf tiWi JS-t Sf- iJ, C-i w MJ war -tA-r-ar. awcs: 0 bc zrnf i aW tkaaka p v. .Efwps-ij'.fir'' -- .' ;-., - , RgPtTB iMMrflHM. - ' - aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa-aB-BBB-aw-W.BW.B T I - " - -.-. ' aawaaaaM KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP . THE CHIEF iifT "" B, Toilet and Laundry. aawaw VVIUta and Absolutely Pure. IL"e iwlir ooea not kerp Whit Olood osp for sample cake to the makers. JK c ir mil x. rn . CHIC ACO. Ujfifld Republic KTUUe AHU WEEKLT: a nmilG triad th w fork sail TOst t attclate Press DUpalrket ul tli Beater Ms (Tanlpi) Telegraat. . at. HICalOLS. THUS. u. mown, IC'T aD TUS. rtnnnr. SHIKFIELI PQBLISH1I6 .IHi.IT, Publwhert and Pronrittort. vraroro kbi-chlic ii pubiuned "renin except Smday, and is dell t toe rats ol 10c per week. Single . kmntltll ! MnKlfattAil MOTtal&ir.ul Is one ot the moiteom- .. .. M IWWI1W1ICI1 1U IUB WUU.ay. . mantel complete, ncpiew ant nUcellany. II per rear. IB advance. Ut S mlcatlcn ana contribution atfMM to aSSxessed to Ciirros M Nichols. tPHr.Mtjgl bBSlne ...

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. — 6 February 1888

S -l?fs55MV JMMMWiii i III l ll'l I" i aaaelisBSslSrlSyTlJflli&fS -; V BBSsBJjaBS ',-5 If B Bf,iig? f HE NATIONAL CAPITAL WHAT CONGRESS WILL TALK ABOUt DURING THE PRESENT WEEK. be Hh Not Trt Rearheel the Vital Potat laefllcleiiry of the Present I'osial Sersire Kxrltlng Public luterest Na. nill for Consideration Other siiwtea. Waiiirgtos. I-orury 5. Considera tioit of the Indiana contested flection case of Lower-against W'liit will be resumed in the House to-innrrow, and Site remain ing hour of t lie debate will consume nearly tbe entire day. l'liial aetion favorable to Mr. White w exiectei to lc reached late in the afternoon. If any time is left fir tbe usieiisioii of tbe riiles fur the a-.iij?? of bills in charpe of nicmlier nosnwe.T by tbe SjH'aLer, Mr. Crain is tbe first on the list for recornition, and mil call up the resolution for a constitutional amendment iinnidinc that Congress "ball meet aumial ly on the first Moudar in Januarv and t i.it term of members shall comiuenc...

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. — 6 February 1888

ggasisa ffitsf,'P m ifflPUBLlO. MONDAY ZVlCNiyO. fJSBRPARY 6 1888 iREAT BANKRUPT SALE ! GREAT BANKRUPT SALE i or n?:sxa stock, otf- f AWT S AND SHOES FORMERLY BELONGING TO ST. JOHN & REED ! CMMRce Thursday Naming, Feb. 2, at 9 o'clock. This entire stock of goods must be closed out within the next Ten Days Regardless of Cost er Value. Those who wish te obtain real, genuine Bargains'will come at once, as th's is a sale of necessity, and the entire stock of goods MUST BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE. e& INTO. S3 WEST ZMTATlTSr ST., &FTH3X-OFTEZJD, OHIO. O?. O. DAWSON, ACAJN-AGt-EHEt.. i-tluwZAWriB.l'J -irMI"rZClijrCgiijr-a&Ll-i-LirhjwtfiT n-fc-yw;-. , J3VA!)W t "Kjp$?p. sPBBV jajBBBByiaBBpi Wwa9yt'Sw,ai)i!.i-"laifiiffrTfriSfTfyffi -?t:?tK'y':&:wo J!$iisBHii&SS2litW't-jv- H It ES 1?":. ifc. K i . - aroa aa x atrat iff .'H r i 2(7. aW raf aapaoc. s" ana &m- Eh w,. Hslry' a&SS -!Sm Ea8 a ,Mr Tie ,a iv"" aanar vi JsrSST 5" FUrere4 Coffee, alwajs gsr- i Good. Trj it. 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. — 7 February 1888

priuflfif 1ft Sfeita jtepttMic, UUJKEI1 OOAZt. ftliTHBjCITLCOAL! wheldonTmerrill WHELDOPUMOMIU M SPMNGFIELD, 0., TTJESDA EVEjSTNtG FEIilirAUr 7. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 32. -, r--- Mt vi '5 if-r -"-j ft aSmS "?. If. . I WEATHER FACTS. B IB Timtotni. Feb. 7. Ohio: Llihtraln or snow, followed by colder. falrweatbsr. SrsncrnLD, O., February 7, 1888 UNCO' SHORT" "The stories be very good," said the Scotchman, who was reading the dictionary, "but they be unco' short." We just tell an "unco " short story today. "LttkOtiffHrCtMt." That is it. No time of the year so daagerous in its assaults on die human system as this variable wearher. It implants colds which are the seeds of disease. Takt Cut tf YMirMlf By keeping the leet dry. and warm. We have an .uncom monly large lot of Hosiery, which we are selling, now at greatly reduced prices. This is lucky for you, for at no time do you need to be well fixed 'as to the feet more than you need it now.:. Come in and be suited or "foot...

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. — 7 February 1888

!-,'E3HRra?t' i -iJJNtiMBlii ...-,., .. . &.'-WMfmuflmmi i . itmiTiirnflfimiTTirr i.--i.ri.-.7ini.w iimi-M.- Re 5" " '"WW IWM Is" I"WiPJ"llLlf,TTi1HU.ilJlIHJg iBy U iN, J IILamnmassara il'lM I'll i il bt Hi ililrt1 Wllim Mlifl 1 r, i TPnir Bli T it saPP '' ' 53Si3S&aSK .. Tag '' mE " W KIRK'S !'(!obD FLOATINCSOAP -f? w "iToUit and Laundry. SB' """"" "With and Absolutely Pur. 'maau ilPiS!lrJ'" "t,P 'White Cloed . H - for saanle crnke to tbe makers, JX8. S.KIRK & CO., mPMB . ej anmmmu -iwsWsWsWswt '' rx ? BIUIUK AKD vTEEELT. H' -T "-- Hh'MKIUC prists th Kw Tork u Writ SSL JJJ' fna BbsaUer ui the E iter K SA--- gJWBmM THUS. O. BROWN, K Ti"lllT. - IKfrUSTIUI. Jl SHWEI.PIILISIIIJ .UNIT, ftHJKak -Iisssas1""'f"m" ilVBBPP1 Mrtrnuo u published r BHffln!!1? bandar, ana U dellv- fSnaaaaaraBBBBBB. bbbu. - BaamBn. ahf Vm. Am uW OlnaU w llK-aPwtf2L5K"BI',c Published JuMna-BMteMI tbe mostcom ilBRPe MlrVHHiiillvUa oontT7; rPVvt MMVatHMta complete. Kepiete ,MMM aad alaeeBany. tl-er rear....

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. — 7 February 1888

j&SsaU&2S88gSSSSSi3B3Ssj, 5fW" ' REFUBIJO, TtTESDAY EYENIfrG FEBRUARY 7 1888. PT?- vl!r -- ' ii. It Ifst If , , :1 "I SENAT'R RIDDLEBERGER 9aoaBak ir HE IS DETERMINED THAT THE EX TRADITION TREATY QUESTION Betweon Ihia Country and England, Skall B Got Ilefore Public In Soma Way The Austro-Pruaala schema Laid Before - tka Country. WsntOTt, February (I In the Senate, yesterday afternoon, Mr. gaulsbury called up and addressed the Senate on the resolu tion rflatin;; to international coinage. The resolution went over. Senator Iliddlelicrser me and said he had in his hand a copy of the treaty be tween I'ruia and I.tissia, which, if the chairman would allow him to put upon the record, would, he thought, come in very well at this time, lie wished it understood that the pencil marks Uon the copy were not apart of the treaty. He therefore sent to the clerk' desk a document. The chair remarked that he did not understand what disposition the Senator from Virginia wished to have made of t...

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. — 7 February 1888

sXKPUBHO, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 7. 1888 fcfw - iv Jl' ml t B -kITsv"' " Va- Mm?- - jga-.j' ' -"-it . ? c Vast H & ' aaa n. v-tv mmm canare Coffee, nlwajH 14 v Ctocd.. Try it. br our Trade. MLV 25c PER POUND. iK kVvWM &Se Market Street, atarKiaa. sf : JO MEASURE DFOR EiZ- , COMFORT AND &&&' kw sfs;3f TOVR ORDEU m&. BW. i-SJ- U . -' ter and FurnUl" r. tMaia Street. E'S COLUMN. hK-t-i WANTED mav and iin cencrai Awtir at once at north -ARtTS-lo canvass li.r dcr fMnin. A small amount of stand iBleuikener nia tm llaeoroc. Auertsearus v- la eommi5iou5 iu -.."- MiMnnntl reSDOUlu.l . MMt nMsnDer rlHee i ta the best knewu acil lft teat lor pisciiik " -.. aaa.eonvrjlnsto -over ...m.i thev reflulie In .istn'ej!il-lT and mod hddrru. or women. I aad practical, ma OJH1 itTtTertll"e PAtronairc lor rtt 0e??- KH Vt nam ubivu. -''-. I particulars w m -j--j -- r.unnsnd.tod jrit BAMau mnv til rtun n-m. e Aaare a- u.. - r .ril fenced bonk keel-cr to e ana remi "--:-lt -" w 1 I...

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. — 8 February 1888

""" 'I11'" . Tn'irii urn 'i !"" ,T,rr' ' "JlHHl WMWM mmmmmgmmimmmmtr &vji; rpP1Wv5? SffffY -y9f; ftemtMfa m ANTHRACITE COAL! Abti SZ2SBB. WHELD0N& MERRILL! ltWjg COAL. WHELDON & MERRILL SPRINGFIELD, O., WEDISESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 8. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 33 s CTt-jwgjt - TE7,i!MmwliHt?Wt J ' --'-w r1 ' vaov"' 'w' M I w JMJIvV . :!1 fe -i' ft m &C "- "5 -1 -"J ? a ftQl or a ifl II 1 1 v K "1 AS -M -1 rs 1? !il 1 11 ! 'ia WEATHER FACTS. B IB Wuhuotoj. Feb. . Ohio: Fair wealtlT. lolloaed bj inlv rutnr temn.ratute. colder In southern portion. SrRINGHELD, O., 1 February 7, 188S. J UNCO' SHORT" ii "The stories be very good," said the Scotchman, who was reading the dictionary, "but they be unco' short." We just tell an "unco " short story today. ( .I A.. tm PnltlA " LUUh UUI Ivl UUiUSi That is it. No time of the year so dangerous in its assaults on the human system as this variable wearher. It implants colds which are the seeds of disease. Take Care of Your...

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. — 8 February 1888

..i mmsm- syry? BHBSRHBSfesSiiES rr tIT- rirTnT-rrri ri.n!nr n i i n i i 'rr 11 i i ri "jir " P ' - ' aw.c-aa, .1 v,. . '" , , m, --f - jjwif wg.u.a-t-.rCX-mera J-. - J. .VJ. l-a..! .- ..-'-VT TU-. I i-e" HB1TMm -j-.-t . . HgPtmng , Wednesday gvmnirQ, BRtfAttY 8, 1888, t ' - aMt iji-lg - i v 1? :; f . rk Tjim KIRK'S FLO ATINC SOAP THE CHIEF Far th Bath, Totlu and Laundry, now White and Absolutely Pur. U roar daattr dota not Wtlu Cload op aaaa a) caola tor aampla oU to U maktra. JIS.S. KIRK SCO. CHICACO. firing field Republic ETEMSO A5D WEEKLY: Th VrTBUC riU tat Xl Tr u Wert ra aaartateraiMaateat ad tat Beater ! irarabra) Trttfraav. e. at XICHOU, ruutm. Taos. a. biowx, MO'llIITIUi. sniicnai piilisiii. .iw.it, Publisher and rVopriator. O BirCBUO lumbUshed s-trsevenlnr extept Sandav. and ! deliv ered at toe rat 01 -u. per wan. oint" opt!. Ian WatKLY BETUBUO 11 published ran Thortday. and If one ol toe moit com plete family newspaper In the eooctrr: atjcBt pace, markeri complete. Kepiet...

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. — 8 February 1888

. ssr Sfr '- 3 ubiwt'ui rr rtrrxrto-f -xr W iHMrxfJ -ii'titJtTT A-o-tr o 4 odd ....... ' " - - - - . w . . - . : ilHKKaKSSSUUaiM US' 1! fcr iJBaI I i Use s A - t ; V --?i Mi i f - m i i I- I If OVER THE GOALS. ALMRNON QftANVILLf UNOCH HUD CH05S-CXAMINATJON. CoLcmoa. O-, February m. 1"ha testimony of Algernon Granvllls Mtinnes to be a drawing card in the tally Mat trial. Judging from toe Immense "Y prrnt again j-swruj, ipiiuaiiui aCsalg itiia.m aa it ! tka inlanaal In IKa Mala, or custom wither the interest in the lamination of the main witness for the Kate. Mr. Converse resumed the cross examlna- i of Mr. Granville, although ha waa so fcoarea that he spoke with ditUculty. The Tales of the witness did not show the effect tbisprolongedezamination,butrangoutaa frash and clear as ever. There were fewer dramatic scenes than in Monday's proceed ings, but the absence of these, was made for to some extent, by the wit and humor of Mr. McSweeney. who took up the thread f cross-examination at ...

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. — 8 February 1888

"i! 1 ?j -T- .'-.! var ' i 'JH -in--IP? 'JSrte - JaVS M - RgPPBLlO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8. 1888. '"&&' ip :1 "Pllllllll I 1"TAKE NOTICE! -- h. Int,;;--lnXVff . 4 III iDHDnll I II Hon.ymW-Th. Benoet am! Moulton .Ion for SprIotl.UI. lady Of the house communicates 111, the , ' ,3 iininllll I n For PAinS and Neuralma At the mcetlnc of the city council last kitchen wniie a meal is in pruwst. ", & A Fine Flatored Coffee, altrajs Freak and Good. Try it. Packed fer ear Trade. ONLY 25c PER POUND. 96 to 40 Sent Market Street, iwr High. SHIRTSTO MEASURE UNSURPASSED FOB ELCSUICC, COMFORT AMD MIMBILIIY. tEAVEYOUR ORDER Tk Mrt Maker. Hatter auad Furnisher, Xa. ft Cast Main HI reet. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WWLMM ADTKBT18IHQ. AS ASD AFllli Toda? the SprlntfleW Dm li UbrtrauowllllDAertsuehwls-'as " -"Last," "for Heat, For Sale," etc. tn tnis Mtosaa one time tree, three times tor twenti tTeavsatt. and six time for flftv cents - IHK SPBIH ailLD PUB. CO. Mar B.1HT. . WANTED. w rANTKD-An ex...

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. — 9 February 1888

fijiMrTMr "Mi ' "i iT" 1 ir SgSyxgg C,, i. .,--?-...j-T.-.n f ??& JJ mly $itpiMk. ANTHRACITE GOAL! wring 1UXj OOAIi. WHELD0N& MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL VOL. XXXIV NO. 34- SPBTMGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVEISTjS'G FEBRUARY 0. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. 1Ji3LljgTBJWICMIIIBai.TJr."F'''' -i-?---"" -irLnlff-T'MT7-TMHM -w'-TrlTrTTTPMfTrrrr"Tr I riTkiiP Imk''. KIT 'lHi rt'V T )'i "?"hTX3"P,tlBf:''W """so h" x- "ir - sssssMoossoaBMesssao:asag- swae"- . - w il T1 V sM IfMhBilT - " JV-. T .j- r iTil ! iTT isowi J soii liBf Jllli1lM WfTMirtiWalTfT"l""wJTr'T OJ o mvsB-. I t fitih one in I ?-a-i f t " 1 It ' f 5 K . -4 5 I 31? i ; E sr J 4 - 1 ; -ra-4 iff WEATHER FACTS. Wunnnl. Ffb. v. Ohio P rnir wmar, iiniw.tw vg light snow: colder on Friday nnutTlnf. lollowe by rlslaf. ?...A W II Ml ll K temperature. Sfrikgfield, O., February 7, 1888 . "UNCO' SHORT" "The stories be very good," said the Scotchman, who was reading the dictionary, "but they be unco' short." We just tell an "unco' " short stor...

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. — 9 February 1888

l,&&KtfeC-5S V .-M--.-- "V r r i,-- -Tfc .. , T jer. -, e- flBia.ss1tn tS5g ;?'a-t''ywys."l'j-,,,,7; IjajsWttJL -iaLivfeiSxto: gsysv I - ! ' JggPPBLTO, frgtfllflDAY EVJ5JIUU, ffEBRTXABY 9. 1888. --,-. ... -.tflS-Cysjw-. .'Jr-jv,. .. A-. --V-." ;-'ctS sf9Ss:mmm!MTiiitk ,fe- J-r--r - wSaacaiSaasgaags ' ' aa- r '.-; ---v .Sr , ?''1-"1' "-;. t", ? 11 r f -"Ms -.IB "I ' FS p m 13g ill KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF Par tho Bath, Tollat and Laundry. 8now Whlia and Absolutely Pur. K year dealer does ret Seep White Clood Soap. Had 9 cfott for sample ease 10 tbe maker. J AS. S. KIRK X CO, CHICACO. spring fold (public EYIMXJ A 3D WEEELT. Tbe "EepuMIr" print lheew Tori Hr'l era Auorlated l"ret lialrhr aad the Keuter Cable (Fore laa) Telegram... C. X. NICHOLS, TIIOS. O. BROWX, flt-lDEST. SIClK.aT. CUAKLE9 K. CLARK. TIIDI'llt. SPIIICriELO P08LISHIIG G0MP1IT. FublLher. and rtoprietora. CLIFTON" M. XICIIOLS. imtor, THOMAS C. BltOWN. mahicinc. iditoe. CHARLES E. CLARK, bcsisiss ihii.ii. 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. — 9 February 1888

limmmi .....,, -e-aas,- ..Jv, .-. . syyL-ar.iNi.-s,-MWff.MiIMi ,,,vi.-nW.v- T.-.. . , , r , a3at.oaor?UarTJi.' ----- .. i 1 . f-WMW r -c- t-?f'apWJ " f ... ' . -.-- -"--g ,.llfilTiV-if'--ii. i mi I niiiriviw i,i ui iiiiwijiii r ilia. I "?&jg&S 6'4fr?gBg-l CTfg"lM)W " gNgyyy-rr- ,Ji'3'OT--i- -'-.; ' REPUBIIO, THURSDAY EVEJTPTQ yEBRTTAHY 9 1888. HtllkBnnUMHUJKl. 'ft.'3F1tV.TPK55ar' -"vS-vs ' - -?-f-r ' vwoav iJ $i ..j t ilia Oil II I care aa Mlkrtl Wa kWM. Woeaoa, !. TulacktmHW rrfca , saaaaaaaaaV"- a touta. sou t? all nbaUM flMMlH M Bn ear eaiTsSW' iiiMiii IT IiMiiS ml i ii r. . Bwr CMt litn will mm mr . OHIO NEWS, v I af UUmt Oatlierad IYaa lMk eye Town. triia"i. February a The came of th f-vnl arc-dent on tlie C8L1.4P. road, near this larr, has not yet been settled. Investigation shorts that the first statenieat concerning the cause of the accident M Inoprmt. The switch wan right, but th engine of the train standing on the aid, track hail not been backed on to the aid track...

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. — 9 February 1888

K.saSapja la f v lOEPtTBLro, THUBSDAY ETCOTLSTG. FEBRUARY 9. 1888. nil &1 :I -trl! . & i 'J - -i -! 1 '-"?1 1 sJJI i sr-35 "-I 41 "s i -fi If :a!! i i J 1 4 . dl Ml .H CUUST BTTY 50 lbs. Roller Fleur for $1.25 25 lbs. Ni. 2 Rsller Flour for 50 cents. New Hominy, enly 2' c per lb. New Buckwheat (10 pounds r mere), 3c per lb. White Star Potatoes (cook same as Early Rese) $1.10 per bushel. Fresh Crackers, 5 cts. per lb. Savanilla Java Ceffee, 25c lb. Lien and Arbuckles' Coffee, 25 cents per pound. 3 lbs. Ginger Snaps for 25c. New Raisins, fine, 10c per lb. Our Reduced Prices are Bound to Win. C.W. PAYNTER & CO. 36 to 40 South Market Street, nr II sh. CLOSING OUT! PURS ROBES AND GLOVES BARCAINS! AT GUGENHEIMS. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. w ANTED Kood conk, alto dlnhwasher. watte. Call at M south Market at. Mi WAXTED AUKSTS-To canvass for Adver tltlnc Patronage. A small amount of work done with tact and IntellUence may pro doer a considerable Income. Acenttearnscv rat Hundred do...

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. — 10 February 1888

a,,,,! pto jtepttHtc RNTHRHGITE GOAL! prMjj -rlfc WHELDON & MERRILL SPKmGiTJELD, O., FRroAT EVENING FEBRUARY 10. 1888. VOL. XXXIV NO. 35- ,.,j,tjf, ,. ssjaL-rtbgruiji lgejo-fS .iffiejgftaaffrsas. "T "'T .i iiMaiUlJUXiJ ' JJAJUJl WAJWftiSIW!-' - ' fflfe- " - fc-V- ' WjUBME - " " .-..-" fiew HOCKING i JAGKSQN OOAIi. WHELDON & MERRILL IE 'Km! - , jk.-r.rm aHXX 1 fit J PRICE TWO CENTS. rV il i LEATHER FACTS. P Wuiimn. Feb. 10. OMe: Threatentag weather: aow; winner. SPRIHGriKLD, O., February 10, 1888 "Bright as a dollar" is an old saying and an easy one. You cm keep a dollar bright by passing it from hand to hand. But it is better to save it. A dollar saved is a dollar made. You can save many a dollar by getting your goods at The When. You know this and know why. The When makes the goods and hence can live on its profits as a manufacturer, without having to add those of the wholesale buyer, But now it is even taking less of its manufacturer's profits. It has cut them 20 per cent,...

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. — 10 February 1888

3 ' ."'"'- 118bMMV REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10. 1888. v-m tin if cf ?f - ilri m 'i --,-.J - I ' -51 .'i -r-'wts .Sf - w j- sr -TM Tit! I KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF Par tha Bath. TaUat and Laundry. Snow Whits anct Absolutely Pur. If mr taW dea M ke Wast Oo4 fow. asaa II eeaai EtmmSmB a tha SBskars. JXS. S. KIRK S CO. CHICACO. Springfield $r public EYE5IX9 ASD 1TEEELT. The "Keeakric" rlt tt Sw Tsrk Wi ra ArUt Pre Itsatrh Ut lMtt Call (Ferelga) Telefraai. C. M. NICHOLS, THOS. O. BUW5, riuiniT. aacaariaT CRABttJCS K. CLAKK, TUaacaaa. SflllGFIElO PUELISIIIC CIMHIT, Publisher aa rroarUtora. CLIFTON M. NICHOLS, edito. THOMAS O. BEOWJf. associits acrrea. CHARLES K. CL.OlK: scsisas isaaia. TBS ETCXnfO KEPratUC I pnhllahea Teryerentnr. except Sunday, and la cellr- area at me raw 01 ieo mom per wvm. Sin to nuaAara. Two Cent. TBI HATCRDaT KTKNINO MPPUC la twice the aire at the reenter 411 edition, with eight pacee Ailed with editorial gutter, society new, special features, telegra...

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. — 10 February 1888

'""MmM" .: "" a sg2 r- -r! -"'-l!Bflr!;t' " "" ' -sttt, t-M -VSBKfiSTV' jgjiifllaV- , -SIBSKSgK! ?- f iK . it ti It rt -a s ' .81 4 Si: --1 --jag -VI '4$ 'J --a m THE TALLY SHEET CASE. THCWCTttNTHDMrOFTHC INTtrV KSTlNtsCAM. CoLcain. O.. ""aoruary 10. The direct examination of Joseph J. Breitin r m continued yesterday morn ing. The question objected to just before adjournment last evening, was admitted by the Court, and tbe witness 'answered that Myers said he went home to change his clothes to give the parties who were follow ing him the slip. This conversation took place at Breitinger's house the Sunday night after the the election, where Myers and Cogan were, as before narrated by the witness. Breitinger watched the two until they got over tbe fence in the rear of his awuse. Aovy wcni uuwn to MKnn, , If they were going to Montgomery's house. Myers told the witness to close the dining room door before tbe back door sras opened, an that the light would not shine out in the rear of t...

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. — 10 February 1888

iSmm a.jsaaggagsagwg jgPPBLlO, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10. 1888 anr . ';sesis58si,!!si5Ria -MrrwrEi.) in i uih.luluui " . - -vi.v ' .- - - r-TMT. ' .,--,,., -, p-wT.-."- -,-"(cS- , vS. - . -.' ' N'C' "" y - 1 "'--IMw V 'Sfggfer- M.;-. mill,!,! ' i ainiwi MMiawgfctlM N 11 IM O-AJLST BXJY 50 lbs. Roller Flwr fir $1.25. 25 lbs. Ht. 2 Roller Fliur for 50 ctnttt Niw Hominy, inly 2c per lb. Ntw Buckwheat (10 poundc tr mn), 3Kc per lb. White Stir Potatoes (ceok tame at Early Rete) $1.10 per bushel. Fresh Crackers, 5 cts. per lb. Savaailla Java Coffee, 25c lb. Lisa and Artwcklos' Coffee, 25 cents per peaal. 3 lbs. Gisf er Snips ftr 25c. New Raisins, fino, Kc per ,b- On r Reduced Prices are Bound to Win. CI PHI & CO. 36 to 40 Somth Market Street, rarHifch. ONLY ONE SAGQUE WORTH $165! WILL CLOSE OCT FOB WABaUXTl TU TEBI BEST. 10 Plush Sacques Any Priee to Cleee Oat, at T.M.GUCENHEIMS. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. nTAKTED-To buv.torcaah.a neat residence vr ot 5 or 6 rooms ana weii locaiea. uu...

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