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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 16 February 1888

: .JFgffiTFJS-' sregj5r ymtjlMft jfeitttt ftetmblfr. WHELDONfc MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL COAL. COAL. Grand Opera House Building. Cor. Washington and Metaic. VOL. XXXIV NO. 40. SPBTNTGFIELD, O., TIITTESpAY EVENING FEBRUARY 1G. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. ?.' m mi 111 i. - :r ts B9n '-'" Ite rm!- il',rl 2?i 'Aii fell sal sssva WEATHER FACTS. B P Viiiimoi. Feb. 16. Oslo: armer lair weather. SrRINGFIELD, O., February 16, 1888. A DESPERATE ACT At least so it appears, but whether this term is correctly applied or not, we have done something that required GREAT NERVE. We have reduced the price on our fine Globe Mills Cas- simere Pants from $7.00 $5.00, others from $5.00 $4.00, others from $4.00 $3.00. See west window for fine percale Shirts, choice 98c. Come and be convinced oi these great bargains. THE WHEN, 25 and 27 Wttt Hail Strati Promptly de livered to any part of the city by District Messengers Leave packages at 43 South Limestone St. 'Phone 150. MRS. L. M. CRUBE. Bled at M.r Home Ne...

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. — 16 February 1888

.aliBiJMSiilr-t .--&f-fa--iS3i'3 -v s&g&m?-W WflZjimr wms&amvp. KawrHHwrK r cVsjk -, rt --..- " ----i '" WCPDB1I0, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16. 1888 -m- itb" j--t .-., hixaawjgaia.a.vmj.u-rr,- v--,a..v!ijK-jx',Tra3gi--..c--.Kr-,y- v- ,.. !?,- aMiaTaTa. r"-ygj-l hw '5j E V. ei S si i ttf- f m ItF . S- : r IIF- 1 . -I ax1- It- 'I ,5f IV I tx... 8 m 3 Fi i 9 -- f t'i w V I w , i are aqui'clQ, fcleaftnt,stife find sure Cure for di erdered hvj or stomach. rndiicif(on.4v bebs ia. conafi batton . nsrvbus c rte n e ral d e biHty, h adaei. la&siTudetdi"seases f vbmrM,'. fce. JVeaty bufujj OOforoO. . tfhlobho-o-. Jfcmed'M.are so W ttf, all ruqqi1i.1 Send ocenJs Tor the beaJti'ful colordfitur,fw if pringfuU rptikl.t EVEXIXH AD WEEKLY. Tha "Ef py VHf " prlats the lew Terk and West ra iwwlatrd Vnm IHspaUkra ul la Setcr Oaalr traralg) Trlrgraasa. V. M. MCBOLS, THOs. O. BROWS, riciionT. crrav. CIIAKLK9 K.CLARK, VEElscasa. SPIII.FIE10 PUBLISHIIG CBMP1IT. fabllshcra Mil Proprie...

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. — 16 February 1888

m I 'm ft. i r i r h i r ir. S Jfpj r. i A . f tj, ii ' 11 r? a " Ir r .gdjnaamWti .-- . i , , ..--ar-ve"-" n -'-iJB-SS!;gag2iiaaa!t8ggrE iilS ggFySr v . . WJf wmmmmmamammmnwaams .. - r TWENTY TKOL'Saad WAS WHAT GRANVILLE OFFERED TC PRODUCE EVIDENCE FOR U Letter Making th- Hid Ii Read Ii Conrt The. Mats Atlore- A-It Dtlatsry and llarnftslug Tut lira juid LUUs 1'rocr la Made. "" CoiCM-rs. O., Fe!-itxrv 11. A larx crowd asrmtIeit at Ju.lir- l"i's! room y.tcrlay morning t hear tlir ui-ti inr, testitnoavof the deieuie in tlie u!l alieet case. -Ir. Converse rse as mwii a court was opened and railed fur the run tract bctaecn tlie Citizens' iVuumitlee art.) Colonel Dull ami others. Mr. lluling an uounced that he hail telegraphed tw -.laj afternoon fur the laper an J rem ted ooni that it was on the wav. The defense tli-n called Mr. J. K Clark, of Chicago, one ," the alleged firm of detective, Clark it I.yt tie. aa their first witness, but before he was worn, Mr. Huling aked that all other w...

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. — 16 February 1888

.ri-rTT.-- "ggM5BBWffltVir MMM i LI ".rivr"c."'.j- ;. "- -c .- . - -- -i . - . 1i VTniiTl 'TrvS ' i i7n a m 7 I I 11 . -. i&nt&pic- asg..- in wB"jffc'-ig3'aJ tw.?TaMr''Q?wgT"q' ?jlj;jl: jJ-wj-.--yig7rJM I '" i'"lliw.v... ... .m ,farfT-7 j"STK3 jgEPUBIlO, THUBSDAY T7ESISQ, FEBRUARY J 6. 1888. SU.3s BSglsKIrrwaj't' iijK'rt Agr"-- " v "V V-r - , - -."- , ' ! -..--' " ' -", "j' "",,. T'RWWLJ. 1 - " " ' .- ,--- tJIJirTJ, - yf -M r. 3& : r ? r JR i 1 Pavnter & Co.'sll888 f DOUBLE STORES i I THE PUCE TO "ASupar. Tc perlb White "Ex. C" SuRar $c " Pure X. O. Sugar Ofc " ArbucUcs' Coffee 25c JLIon and Jersey- 25c " "Savanilla" Java. 25c " Ja a Flavor, in bulk 25c " Jloun'ain Jlocha 35c O. O. Java, fine SOc Fancy Butter Crackers. 5c Table Teaches, j ellow 20c percan California do and Apricots 25c " Peas, Bean and Corn 8c " 3 lbs Ginger Snaps for 25c When you come, ask for our Discount Card! COSTS YOU NOTHING. CW.PAYNTER&CO. 96 to 40 SoHtk Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S ...

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. — 17 February 1888

WHELDON& MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL COAL. COAL. Grand Opera House Building. Cor. Washington and Mechaiic. m SPKTNGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVENING FEBHrATJY 17. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 41. !? fe i IS- ID" i -t. ix 1-, 3 - r 4: 4 M u M-2 i WEATHER FACTS. B W.uteoene. b. 17 Ohio P Fair wratner. tallowed by light snow on lake; warmer Saturday morning, followed by Llllnc temperature. SrRINCFIELD, O., February 16, 188S. A DESPERATE ACT At least so it appears, but whether this term is correctly applied or not, we have done something that required GREAT NERVE. We have reduced the price on our fine Globe Mills Cas simere Pants from $7.00 to $5.00, others from $5.00 to $4.00, others from $4.00 to $3.00. See west window for fine percale Shirts, choice 98c. Come and be convinced ol these great bargains. THE WHEN, 25 and 27 West Main Street. MITCHELL POST MEETINC. General Order. Iron National Headquar ters prl ngfleld GeU Two Aldsle-Csvaip to the National Commander. The regular we...

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. — 17 February 1888

.ww- , - ,i1-s"s iy-TM-i-ffr.i-f aiatBS'fiBb Kfra3?Bapg9,7g?p?F-' "s- -rw. - - -sj sfptTS MO, FRIDAY EVJSJUO, FE3STTART 17, 1888. feS 4i a : -to KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For tha Bath. Toilet and Laundry. Snow White and Absolutely Pure. If xoor dealer doe. ,J"'1J,?i!SS5. Mod 10 cent for aenspl xaekn. JRS.S. KIRK SCO, CHICACO. pringfirlil Republic EVEXISH AMI WEEKLY. Tk.-BegMlr"i.rlatstBeSt' lark ul West ern Araarlated frru lipati-kes a. 4 tke Sealer Cakle (Forrlfa) Trie craa,.. V. M. MCIIOI.S, THUS. . Itr.OWH. rKXSlSXKT. SXCXTiV. en HLK8 R. cians, mucin SPIICflEL fUBLISHIIE C0MP.IT. Publlaliere aad Proprietor. CLIFTON M. NICHOLS, FPrroR. THOM S fi. Br.OvTJf. .ocitx introa. C1IARLK3 E CHRK. srswsss a.nioxk. tiie r.vr.MX) nrrrui-ic i tmbiishM every evening except Mina;. and Is deliv ered at the rale ot Tea eents per week. eln ale oumtx-n. Two Cents. THK S TIItlI VT aWKMIXO KKPCMLIC is mice thealie( lor recnlardally edition, Willi . Ictit page Mled wlln editorial matter, society n...

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. — 17 February 1888

W9 iflWlgffiflif VTtriTrTT rr"--?" ' ijl!S rVJy" iiiiiiiiSSSiinrriTiirTffW i ' I 'I i ' I 'ICfflBTTPrT? "i1'!'1 m ' irSr HEPTTBLIO, FRIDAY EVENIKQ FEJ3RTTAHY 17 1888. ! f ft Y. . g3 MOVING ALOXG. a at LOW progress made in thetallv SHEET FORGERY TRIAL. A Bay ef Oajeetlasat and Arfraaaeata-. MwUn Clark C aim Kit atorj C OraavtUVe Orwfllim fbr Mug the Clttsaaa Otftttse T ettera 1 la Gears. Colcmica. 0.. February IT. 'Another day of objections u recorJeJ yesterday hi the history of the tallf-eneet trial. Considerably more progress was made, however, tlian on Wednesday. At the present rate of examination the close of the trial seems very remote, if it can be foretold at all. Mr. Huling produced the contract, which has been the bone of con tention for some time, and it was read to the jury by Mr. Converse. It is as fol lows : Chicaoo, August 29th, 1SS7, "If information is found to be sufficient In law to convict, the guilty parties named, so indictment being found, XsMi.03 is to be paid b...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 February 1888

J1): & r.4 -i--2J B ffM ff it- i ? i P HgPOBLio, FRIDAY Eymmre, febrabyj?. ibss. ' j Paynter & Co.'s DOUBLE STORES THE PUCE TO "ASugar. 7c perlb White. "Ex. U" Sugar .... CV " Pure X. O. Sugar 0'4c " Arbuckles'Coffee U5c Lion and Jersey 25c " "Saranllli"Jaa 25c Java Flavor, in balk 25c Xoun'aln Mocha 33c O. G. Jsva, flue Hoc " Fancy Hutter Crackers. 5c Table Teaches, yellow 2uc per can California do and Apricots . . .25c Peas, Deans and Corn S"c " 3 lbs Ginger Snaps for 25c When on come, ask for our Discount Card! COSTS YOU NOTHING. CI PAYNTER & CO. 96 to 40 South Market Stmt, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTKD-Veehaulcal draughtsman for pat ent office anil pattern work. U. M.flrtd Ur. Laconda Bank building. S8tf WANTED-AGEXTS-To canvass for Adver tlslng Patronage. A small amount of work done with tact and IntellUence miT pro duce a considerable Income. Agents earn scv eral hundred dollars In commissions in a sln- fle season and Incur no personal responslbll ly. ...

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. — 18 February 1888

rairTOTrgHg yrfflflfielft jtetilg $ttMit. WHELDON& MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL COAL. OOAIu Craod Opera Honse Building. Cor. Washington and Mechanic VOL. XXXIV NO. 4J. SPRINGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUAKV 18. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. m 81 V- & ,- y-' I . ft ssa FJ : sfe -iS rs- i t :; rssaifr WEATHER FACTS. ffi Wasaiseroa. Feb. IS. Onto: talr weatner. Toiiowea i light rains; slightly cooler. Springfield, O., February iS, 18S8. j END OF IE GLASS When you look through the big end of the opera glass, things diminish this way : That's the way our prices look now to the bare eye. We want you to look at them with your bare eye. Why ? Be cause we can't tell you about them. We have made the great est reduction ever heard of in the following goods : Children's Suits $2.50, i..w$l.67; $4, ntw $2.67 ; $5, now $3.34; $6, mw $4 ; $7, ntw $4.67. Bsys' Suits, reduces from $6 to $4; othe rs from $7 to $4.67 ; others from $8.00 to $5 34; others from $10 to $6.67; others from $12.00 to $...

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. — 18 February 1888

.t- - T - 3 "' , MCFTJBLIO, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBBUARY 18 1888. 4i ' ' ' "IP ER AND WHISKERS" IN OTHER WORDS. LYTLE AND CLARK. Tao TMIbm; of Itetoctlve J. B. Clark Conelwdeo: Edward Yoang Takes ta ataa and Enters a Solni Venial te BmrilU'l Statements. . CoLrHBra. 0.. February IS. Ex-Petective J. II. Claris was mwMi lined at pwl length yesterday by Mr. Huling. lie testified that lie met Oran rills about a Tear ago. Granville tint men tioned the tail y sheet forgery at Clark's of fice. 131 La'Sallc street, wmc time in May, 147. Tbe witness was in tin- ncwsiuvper business at the time, lie did not hold him sea out to Granville as a detective. Mr. Granville came to me one ilar in the office and as )t to me, "Clark, 1 know where is a good scheme whereby you can make money barreU of money in it." I said if it is legitimate and lawfiil I don't mind go ing into it, but 1 want a few days to con aider that, and he staled the case hyjothe tieally u Die. I considered the matter and concluded I w...

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. — 18 February 1888

s&Ba 3 Z&S2 REFUBIIO. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRU-ABY 18 188g. it - I?? Vt v& nr js W V BILL NYE ON TYPEWRITING la dives Ham Variegated ldrlr to a Correspondent. REATasis tnrror- resjiondenee now, 1 pause to peruse and place tbe following liefore tbe languish Ins public: t l "Ciiiiinia Vion, t Ijsj. Rn.po.ted Slr- JH ' DO yiou think, thai I could GET AI.OVi iV ners,ORM stlih mvrt UttLi. writCll type srl writer f mean coullent 1 lovers aterlmry. Ibssras Ju-t fielding her rarHit'iii s arn"hlout a ftniv Ills nia will oiiisto buy when too eon; sounded. There was a pause and then, as though under standing tlio meaning, be Rrahlwd his hat ami never stopjied ru-ininr; until lie slnn-lc the lr stoop, when ho flew Tbe boy bail iced tho steps. The little brother now takes a cushion to school with him. Albany Journal. The Wool Growers Demand for rrotectlon. write thlnrs for you out .: ryylUtllWm try owa thoushts IT vououl I FiniT Tiling tho.j7m out? of course I can write Hslstrfo--u r ...

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. — 18 February 1888

mmm KEFPBIIO, SATURDAY EVEETIgrQ, FEBRUARY 18, 1888. " l 1M I 4 H i KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For tha Bath. Toilet and Laundry. Snow White and Absolutely Pure. If Tt dealer doe. not keep www OosdSoap. Had N mu for sampla an to U makers. JRS. S. KIRK & CO. CHICACO. pringfifld gtpuWtt EVEXIXH AMI WEEKLY. The "Kf rbllr" prUts t ke rw lark aad West ra Assarlsted rress DUsttrhes ass tk Better Cakle (Forels) TrtrtrMi. C. X. NICHOLS, THUS. O. BROWN, rtuicut. sccsrtiav. CBAKLES K. CLARK, uiuciu. , SPIIIGFIELD PUBLISHII6 G0MP1IT. Publishers aad Proprietor. CLIFTON M. X1CUOLS, kuitok. THOMAS 0. BROWN, assocuts idito. CHARLES E. CL RK. srsixtss nasacs. TBK EVKMNO REPUBLIC la published every eventnit excent Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate ot Ten Cents per week. Mo trie nunitier. Two Cent. THE MATL'RDAT KVEWIStO REPUBLIC Is twice the site of the regular dally edltlen. with eight pafces Oiled with editorial matter, octet; newt, special features, telegraphic and local news. etc-, an...

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. — 18 February 1888

s JASsm. jaa?iee!BragqtviM.-w,.rirweiaro. WS3ee5SW&i Sjrswy.,"i si" ' "i"- i"'j!f"r&j"ifo''"""'jititiLimF V5gSEggpi "Wj v. HEPUBUO, BATTftBDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 18 1888. sis- to Jjlg k II '' W W Y. M. C. A. XmUhi ot Oie Director., Friday After nojo, in the Hew Booma In Ik Court Mouae. The diiectors of the T. M. C. A. met in the new office ot the association, In the court hou-e, Friday afternoon, at three and a half o'clock. President George II. Frey in the chair. Secretary Bums read the minute of the pre Ious meeting. Mr. Frej stated that the county commis sioners had entered upon their book a minute bating that the association might occupy rooms on the upper iloor of the court limise, on the south Ride, until further notice. Mr. Krey also stated that Messrs. Zimmerman. Uowman and John Foo had iue-.tlBated the matter as to the erection of a Y. M. C. A. bulldln? on the southeast county lot and decided that, as a permanent lease of the ground could not be Kten bj Hie commission...

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. — 18 February 1888

ggsss SSSSSK BBPTTBLIO, SATURDAY gVENiylFBBlUARY 18 1888 m. . . n. " .I 77 r mMmmamMwmwvi.im i i i ai ri mm i i i ijl , m ff i. . . -nx jfri.,e-i $a'rviMr3ng'WSBns'r ilbsjbii ,i i.mwi iiwi nimni iiiiiiimiiim mi iini i ii ." . . . . ..-rZLl. . - v,t-p-v r -vv - r T"fT35. ir- TJ i- -e "-ip. -"v ElT)wW!?WBH&Sj JV- 4 4 b Id 811 8.1 sir- SENATORIAL SKETCHES. SOME OF THE LEADING STATES MEN AT THE CAPITAL. A Lstotc l lllair ami Hi I durational 6cbrni How Morgan, of Alabama, filan I. at tli Capital senator Hearst's Wealth Gorman aiU Vanre. ,eetal Cerrt.iorHlrnce VTASUINiJTON, rL Ii Th. ChinevTleKS tion u nw evlebrating the Chinese ow Year's, nnl Ching Yen II uon an I biscuit have t cJJunm .nce. for e eral da s Tueir New Year' came on Sumluv this jtvir, and it was on the 1-bof l'cbnmrj. The w Years saso.i tins oiientsi by a grand hall, and the wiil LAoaholnlai for some tune tocona Ttiorww ur holidat of Chum last fro.it fourt tlftevn dasr.nl at thi tlmo all i"op!5 in authority hold n-cept...

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. — 18 February 1888

rfc'lr-J,,n w"1- v.fpwpip nsTtmmsyrr i ln i"t r1 sss7fmssm7m H REPUBLIO, SATURDAY' EVENING, FEBRUARY 18 188P. Br ' ' ' "'" 9r fc r n r A FAMOUS FAMILY. RICHARD WATSON GILDER, HIS SIS TER AND HIS BROTHERS. A Magatlne Editor Who Has Vol Sig nal aim a Ilaring and Intrepid Trairlrr and ltrllllans Writer, umI tke Editors of a Critical JoinuL (Special Correspondence New Yoiik, Fob. IS. Thre ai e few liter ary character in America more unobtrusive iu jicrsoiiaUty than lUchanl VTaUion Qihter, the editor of The Century. He l content to remain the "maa behind tba book," aud taleoenore pains iu editing a ntmberof the uiaazine than in publishing one of his own clever little x-olunwe. This is the reason why The Century bat become the most ioely read of all modern American iCTiodi- cals and also why Mr. Gilder is not better known as an author He has no time for in dividual effort. From 10 o'clock iu tut) ft. v. orLcrR. morning until 5 in the afternoon of each week day be can b found in his editor...

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. — 18 February 1888

ijaw-.qaMwitiiw(yy-ayirwitft n -.3t "ffpf" EVENDSTQ, FEBRUARY 18. 1888 Paynter & Co.'s THE LAGONDA HOUSE IS TO BE REMODELED i DOUBLE STORES sNTID .. MCTWAVJ. . - ...e.--..-.- fMtiltifr,-m9&fi&-TZr'Urrml i lMs-TIHiaaMTITMiMasf aaias. nmt'fjifif' .ipi&s? 9qBF98 SSKKKUmm W igPDrBnO, SATURDAY saMassaMasBMSxsassBisxMaiaiaassxsaaBaMaaaaaBaasaaasasxala 53 i THE PLAGE TO BUY "A"Sagar. 7c perlb White "Ex. C Sugar OK'e " rureX.O. Sugar Cc " Arbucklen'Coffee 25c Lion and Jersey 25c " SaanlU, Jat a. 25c Java Flavor, hi bulk 25c Mountain Mocha 35c O. O. Java, fine 30c Fancy Hutter Crackers. 5c " Table Peaches, yellow 20c per can California do and Apricots 25c " Peas, Beans and Corn S.S'c " S lbs Ginger Snaps for 25c When you come, ask. for our Discount Card! COSTS YOU NOTIIIXO. CI PAYNTER & CO. 36 to 40 South Market Stmt, near High. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED. ITT tNTED Manas ucnt. A new article; II sell everywhere, cltr or county: no expe rience neeaea. use .t J or agent nrst 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. — 20 February 1888

; ytritt0fMft Hafrlg ftipMfr- WHELDON ft MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL COAL. COAL. Grand Opera House Building. Cor. Washington and Mechanic. VOL. XtfXIV NO. 43. SPRINGFIELD, O., MOKDAY ET2KGSTG FEBRUARY 20. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. s- "J ?. ..If- -Ol It m 4 M :J "M i S3 '1 V . 4 &ll - - 4 . al 3 &ti -j. - - re -' V-i ' 4i 3 WEATHER FACTS. H Tuntmi. Feb. 2). Ohio: IS Fair weather, preceded In the southern portion by rain or now: culderwlth cold mare in northern portion. Springfield, O., February 18, 1888. ) END OFTHE'BLASS When you look through the big end of the opera glass, things diminish this way : I 1 That's the way our prices look now to the bare eye. We want you to look at them with your bare eye. Why ? Be cause we can't tell you about them. We have made the great est reduction ever heard of in the following goods : Children's Suits $2.50, nsw$l.67; $4, new $2.67; $5, nsw $3.34; $6, mw $4 ; $7, nsw $4.67. Bsys' Suits, reduces from $6ts$4; sthers frsn $7 to $4.67 ; sthers...

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. — 20 February 1888

J Maif-laMasKaiPl---taii S1'1 f illN-5riB3'::ie1 llTtli I iai i i i a silr r.ri- t7 'IwKkfcBcfciw,al -tr ..,, .-a , -"fir il f T i T I'll11 mill' iilHfrillihlilaM a--?.. ". ' REFtTSUO, M03STOAY EVESmO, FEBRUAKY 20, 1888. r ' . wFFjH L t? ' & . i . l :1 if ; -J "ill "J Si Hi Jti 'I l i iW. 5 a I fi j -iSl KIRK'S VfriiTE.'lcIipbD Til? FLOATING THE CHIEF For the Balli, Toliet rnd Laundry. Snow Whito and Ab-aolutely Pure. If roar 6wler dor not kwp White Cloud ot. und 10 rvnu for ample cake to the maker. J AS. S. KIRK S CO., CHICAGO. prtugficld jKtpuMU EYF.MXfi WEEKLT. fkr "tSfpukllc" irlts the . T.rk Wt r (ns.ri.tisl rrrn Ulspalfk" a.4 tlo- Brutrr tblt I .rclga) TrlearaMk. v. w. Mcnous, Til OS. U. IIKOWX rEXSlDKST. IICKtlH, CHtKLEt K.CI.VRK, TCliri SPailGFlELQ PUBLI5HIIB C0MP1RY, I'nblltlirr. unit Irnprlpor. CLIFTON" M. NICH0I. kiutok. TII0M.S fl. IIROnX. i-wiiit loiioa C1IVKLE5E C,U!K,l!OL.in.iiH THE F.TEMMI KKI't'BUO Is published eery orfnlng except .sundll. and Is aeit ered at th...

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. — 20 February 1888

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Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 20 February 1888

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