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

. , i 1 1 ifilialJfflnalYfflFf " '" "r Zrr' V i it- rlL J 1 Z,'.J eJtiKSSaMSg S amttflfMi WHELDON 4 MERRILL OOAXi, Grapd Opera House -Building. f SPKENGFIEIJ), O., TUESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 21. 1888 ,vvol: xxxiv no. 44 ,. - -i-- - -n-rr y.- "-7sbs& ft 1 t at mmm-mmmwmmmmmmmmiT-1111jBBBmmmmmmfJiiBm 5H ffitfflti ilfhlflf WHEg&MERRILL 1 jP MfJ ffFvxrQr 4VV Cor-t Washington and Meclaiic 5 m PRICE TWO CENTS. I I v t. r m ji& :m ""3 -JL3 ;?2i 1 -e sV" K ? ?; 4-i ji fc- ' v 1 JM -i2 1 -3 4 - 'M i ""1 t 'J S i WEATHER FACTS. m P Wunnm. Feb. II. Ohio slItlhllT warmer, fair weather SrRlNGFlELn, O., February iS, iSSS. END OFJHE 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 S2.50, now $1.67 ;' $4, new $2.67 ; $...

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 February 1888

Vi 'sseSjSSix.y.iS, ;rs-frl BBBE lsagsSi w - a -c-," -- & av -- T'iyi; REPUBLIC. TUESDAY ETENISTG. FEBBUAHY 21. 1888. ' it-is, M ' af.rr'TT-''' r i -r"jj rr, -ae.ii i -.-ni tvti '- r-"Tir -rr-1-1 ' " r-tri r-n n . n, TiT-tt - -i-r-ir-i t t in -i.mn ni-rrrT-TTrr.iirTmnr r'Ti-nr ifliri Hie-wr. itmr i-r-.f riir-rrTirn jyiTiTn 1 11 r, nn -rr- .. .,- .. v ... . -jt-atH-es8" i.ra.-- j iii ii i iiyiTwniMfiwn'i iiim iii uemmmtmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmaamimmmamBaassuMm- ''! Wm yy - -- --yxv,' -"."(py-,,.- WeT . - r - ,--.- 2J . - "vli -sit i 1 1" . -q - ltV( w- ? Vv; -y va KIRK'S vM0t1tCl9lD FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For th Bath. Toilet and LaundiV Biftw Whlu and Absolutely Pure. H roar dealer doe not keep ,-r",loed! Mad to cent for ample rate to the Bakers JAS. S. KIRK SCO., CHICACO. ptiuQfirld gfpublU ETLMXH A.M WEEKLT. The -"Re public" juiiits (lie Sn lerk sad West era aa-itea Pre Dlspatear sad tk BmUr Cl (Forrls-a) T lrrras. V. M. JS'ICHOLM, Til OS. 1. IIItOlTN, raceiDKST. ucsrrsav OH...

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 February 1888

;igg sfgiJS-SSSSi sfjTr """ ",'?J "rgvm - f-!(r,!ifwr 'Jp&fi'S' BEPUBUO, TUESDAY EVENING KttmYtTAttY 2i 1888, SswawSSiBBVsjA sff'!S- --.-. -. 2 -.J M :m I f w lab. 1 It u STRONG IMPEACHMENT OF THE STATE'S WITNESSES IN THE . TAUY SHEET FORGERY TRIAL. Kr. Ksetlsg Corroborate Ron. H. J. Booth feuptclous Anions on tbo rrt of Brettlsger Shown Tbe Dctsnsa Al. moat Through with Tbslr Testimony. Cbicusua, 0., February C" Mr. Thomas J. K rating ra the lint . Hes called in the tally sheet trial yester day. He testified to seeing mine election blanks in his desk v. lien beoj-ened it the morning after tho night of the forgery. To the best of his recollection there ere tw o of the blanks, a poll book and tally sheet, lie did not pay much attention to them at tin time, but if he remembered riRlil towed them orer to Mr. lloolh's desk, lie re aneinbered that he asLe.1 Mr. 1-joth if he had any further Use for the ). Joseph Hainocrirer testified to seeing Mr. Huling; baud a roll of bills to Brenu...

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 February 1888

3HBBHBISBKSrs&ifev3oi-,-. . . j-&&&3 ... .... ..... -a&.-4iauem-.M-. .st-j, , , ., . tSt?' a-5s-,g&s itBPUBLtO, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21. 1888. aMaRMSEiBBKSSrgEgSgsgfe -, ,-- --ra.p.mM.e sv-..rt.-ws.-f.a -.-.-t----. .f.-T-.-TT.B.Tllaff1 j - WiW ... ,-- in.,... , - -r-- t - M-m-J --ct-- --r - - t,. ,.. . s .$) I ft ,H &i II "la -S.4 73" -111 - "5 v-3 -.'l ' 'Jil l -i r s Paynter & Co.'s DOUBLE 8TORES IH PUCE TO "ATSogK. While "Ex. C" Sugar Pure X. O. Sugar ArbuckleV Coffee Lion and Jersey. . . "Savanilla" Jav a Java Flavor, In bulk. . Mountain Mocha 0. 15. Java, hne Fancy Butter Crackers. Table readies, ellow California do and Apricots. Teas. Beans and Com . ?c per lb OHc " 0c " 25c 23c 25c .5c ,. CJc . .SOc . 5c ..20c per can . .25c .-8J,'c " 3 lbs Ginger Snaps for 25c When yon come, ask for our Discount Card! COSTS YOU NOTHING. G.W.PAYNTER&CO. 3G to 40 South Market Stmt, iib&rHigh. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TjrjAJfTED Situation by a man to...

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. — 22 February 1888

isgSS a ffetndriir. WHELDON & MERRILL WHELDON& MERRILL xm COAL. COAL. Grand Opera House Building. Cor. Washington and Mechaiic. SPEmGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY" 22. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 45- iSBSOaBESB8l8BfcSSS .liPillillpS .HE&lf ' x " - . - w ujni new jPlrlB Si ir V If?- fry m WEATHER FACTS. IS WAiwt8Tn. Feb. 2 Onto .sligtilly warmer, fair weather SPRIXCFIELD, O.; February 22, iSSS. END OFTHE 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, f new $1.67; $4, now $2.67; $5, new $3.34; $6, now $4; $7, now $4.67. Boys' Suits, reduced from $6 to $4; others frim $7 to $4.67 ; others from $8.00 to $5.34; others from $10 to $6.67; others from $12.00 to $8.00. Men's Suits-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. — 22 February 1888

OlffiliMfJllil .S-.JWL. sa.wgKaigaiAy sqjggB&aggfrggaggs sfe- 'Sfe3 BgPOBUO, WEDNESDAY -EVOTnTO, FEBRgARY 22. 1888. JeSsS' - " - T',5'ff , 'S"'V?S, SSS' " 7 v ,,,T , LJaKJwiwrj.j,n7ggmTmyTy, ; 7r'r-xsiffs.--: .-ir ----j-. K m 4-S W-r tl "feg si f --3? is! Jw?r m il G KIRK'S v 7v n FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For tha Bath, Toilot and Laundry, (now Whita and Absolutely Pure. It roar lam doe. not kanWM Om4 oap Mad V mu for saple rase to Ik asaaen. JUS. S. KIRK X CO.. CHICACO. pringfiiiil rpublit ETEXIXG AMI WEEKLY. Ta. "Republic" iirlot. the Sew T.rk aa Hl ra AnwrlatiHl Press IM.patcBes Bad the Raster Caals d.reira) TrlegraaiB. V. M. NICHOLS Til OS. Q. BROWN, rtUIDEXT. BiCEKTiKT CH VKLBS K. CLARK, TIOICUI SPIIIEflELO PUBLISH!. COMPAHT. Publtahrrs mad Proprietors. CLIFTON M. NICHOLS. rniTon. THOMAS a. BROWN, unnm simtob CHARLES E. CLARK, at stsassiias.OBS THE KVEMSO REPfBUC ll published every evening except Sunday, and la dcllv end at the rate of Ten Cents per week. Mn- lo numbers. Two ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 February 1888

ssaaBSssstasss 'SSSSSSSSSfSSSSSS'SSSS&S. gaetfiiaia&esgaas -'ST:a& &?&. H1PTTBU0, -WEDICTSDA Y EVENING FEBRUARY 22 1888.. r-3 ' ." " " --.--- ,- - ,. -frj -v. .- -f - -- .... --, vkmi r -V'3 .-si '? a ' 3 a .-& 7?3 VV3 i if THE SOLEMN DENIAL FRED 8TEUBE AND Dlt MONTGOMERY, C r the Charge Complicity la tht Klata Warm F.rjery Oraad Jurat Dwmalgaa Tina GraavUl. to Show Colcmscs, O., February 22. Yesterday's proceedings at the tally sheet trial were of unusual interest. Two of the defendants, under the Ninth Ward indict ment, Fred Steube and Dr. Montgomery, were, examined, and the unusual spectacle was witnessed of a meiuher of the (J rand Jury which found the indictment, testify ing as to the events which transpired in the secrecy of the Grand Jury room. Mr. Steube denied all complicity in the forgeries, lie was not at Dr. Montgomery's office or elsewhere Thursday evening for the purpose o carrying tally beets back to the Court House. Ua did not see Robert Montg...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 February 1888

.i.isiaWteClS?Ste--.r.---J.J., ,wg.Arcssafes?sfcsBeat fjsesaai,&3!i3fawCj 2dfe3sKC3s?2S35:sea3sK2aaBEjf2 iIEPUBL10,.WEDIirESDAY EVENiyQ, FEBRUARY 22. 1888. aaaRjsiiiraCTgiKisga?c3a3 f ,tr--n - - M.jji .I I jj5yH-jrii!&ij jiidit,jjsjaa.sy-k!.a v?,Vl?F: fl .-ji Paynter & Co.'s DOUELXSTORES THE PLACE TO BUY .s'Sucar. Tc tier lb White x, IT Snfc-ar 6,Sc " Ture N. v Sugar 0-,c " Arbuckles' Coffee ... .25c Lion and Jersey. .23c " "Savanilla" Java. 25c Java Flavor, in bulk .25c " Mountain Mocha ...S5c O.U.Java, fine.. . 30c " Fancy Butter Crackers. 5c Table Poaches, yellow 30c per can California do and Apricots. . . .25c " Peas, Beams and Com 8Kc " 3 lbs Ginger Snaps for 25c When you come, ask for our Discount Card! COSTS YOU NOTHING. C.W. PAYNTER & CO. 36 to 40 Sontk Market Street, aear High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WASTED Board and room in private fam tl? by three gentlemen; references flen and required. Address BoxHi. city. 45a WANTED-Two men for Clark county to sell a ...

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 February 1888

ijsgss!fcBaitea?ajft' rrjra:-, - .jr HirweMTBririllFwiiiwf Tnr-1 i i i-V.-;..-..--?-. .-...-....- -il-'---,.--.g- s-!5?T"Kel3?r m fitpMxt. WHELDON & MERRILL ANTHHACiTE COAL OF THE llEbT QUALITY. WHELDON 4 MERRILL AN 1 HBjVCITE OOAIk ALL SIZES. pun& TS- r Cor. Washington and Mechanic. 'MIND OPERU HOUSE BLOCK. SPRINGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 23. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 46. OAbffa.aHVMWll ' J".-. .. . , : ' I IIIIIMII ' ' Ml. mill1...l.. liW ' IH l.WI WWe1 . ' ' 1 I WIWMMI il , ...agiiiiMSiigsisgss ,!?-,fr..-. ..-.- v ".-Wg ,jB'Miijj3jir'jiffi ' fielfr jLiyp to ? ;2 "VTA V fll a -as. ".rs WEATHER FACTS. B P Wuiiiatn. Feb. S3.-Ob.lo: fair weather, followed bv ileht rains : aamier.toilowed 1)1 coiaer. Sr RING FIELD, O., February 22, 18S8. END OF THE GLASS When you look through the big end of the opera glass, things diminish this way : J I " 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- cau...

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 February 1888

siSS'-v -. RIPITBLIO, THURSDAY JgVEJSlJSO, FEBRUARY 23. 1888 i .? t 1 KIRK'S Wrt(re.1toD aT -5V U m v yv A. FLOATING SOAP -18- THE CHIEF For the Balii, Toilet ami Laundry. 3oow Whlu and Absolutely Pure. U yew tlir doe keep WhKe a -Mod 19 cssata for sampl rake to las, aaker. J AS. S. KIRK 5 CO., CHICACO. pnu,qfifld Republic KVtMNH AMI MEEKLY. Tk "Urpubllr ..lot. tk Xrw Tort aat W. r isuwlstrd Press l.i.patrkrt aas Ik Btulc-r ski. (I wrtls) Telrcraais. V. Sf . MCHOI.s. TIKIS. O. l.KOtVN. raKe.DtkT. at-carrsar. OIIltl.ES i:. CLARK, TKWK'EVa SPSIIEHELfi PUBLISHIMC COMPIIT, t'ubllalieia and lioprlrtra. CL1FT0X M. S1CH0LS. fi.itoil T1I0M S O. lJItOWX. eciiTr miToa. CI1KLKS K. CUKK. csits.s a.MC.n. inr. EVKNINU KRITBUC l nuVISlied rery erenlnc except taaar. and l deltr ereS at the rate of Ten Ceats per week. Mn- cle numbers. 1 wo Cents. TnitstTninivrvKsiMi Rrfirni.ic Is twice the sire of the regular dally edition, with eight pages tilled with editorial matter, society news, special feature...

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 February 1888

JTfffi?--.. imhmii wuiiiMjKcrrc!i3tM!S!h ? f-r:rssJR?K3f REPUBLIC, THURSDAY EVENING JMSBBTJABY 23 1888. 'F-r wm VB a vV'"'?-r-:fii"T ' t f atfaBMaaaaaaatfaatfaftiiV g ' V ,MBrjlMKFJ'rRwB .-, - -; vyt, . Hf --- . IKE HILL'S BIG BOOTS" PROVE TO BE A PAIR OF LOW SUM MER SHOES. Mr. Hill Deals that Ha Attempted te Bribe -Squire XartlaChariee T. Black burn's Explanation at HI Trip to 4J- llUBboa. Columbcs. O., February 21 The presence of an unusually large num ber u( ue3ialK!r men and politicians, at the tall; sheet trial yesterday morning iu dicaled tliat testimony of uncommon in terval nu about to be presented, and when Mr. Isaac Hill entered the court room, ex pectancy became certainty in the minds of thuae present, as it vtas evident that he was present in the city for the purpura of testi (ying concerning occurences of Sunday niglit in which he figured according to the testimony of 'Squire Martin ai.d Mr. J aulas l'oston. Mr. Hill was the first witness called, and having leen sworu, ...

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 February 1888

VVmiitftft-tltilfr- - -"- ii r-fTii -r-rtf'Win - -ifrr M'-dgtTniilTt1T nam -l-iil,l.il.ll,lll.l.,.li-fl-Mi-illi..-l -n -ni. ns ., i Lur.nff.r- t6S. v jxemmo, Thursday jrannsrG. FfmiiUAity :$. laea. j m '. s? I i -& LUDIES.ATTENTION! TrVa TWBKTT Hold Band and Decorated CHINA TEA SETS ! Which we oflVr at $5 end 6 a set, former price, $7 and $8. ?ANCY STAND LAMPS, 7tr 5c and 1.50. Arc they cheap! G.W.PAYNTER&GO. 36 to 40 Saith Market Street, ear Higk. 1SSS. 1888. BROADWAY SILK HAT OPEN TODAV T.M.EUGEHHEIM'S. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TlTASTED-CapitalUt to become Interested Tf 'au entire lx sew bar. ester and binder. For parCculara call on 11. C. Converse, Buck's opcia house, room Z. 4"b WAXTKD-A good, reliable German family I ar a small tenant haute, with laree sta ble and garden, the woman to da a lamlly waslilug. Address L. box CM. city. 4C jITAXTKrv To rent a small house and lot. tT wftncarden.ln the suburbs of tlie CUT Call at '.t..: Black's opera house, up stairs, a TtTAXTE...

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 February 1888

epnhlxt WHELDON & MERRILL ANXIITI-A.CJT3C CtoAL OP THE BEST QUALITY. WHELDON & MERRILL vtw tVNl'HRACITK COAX.. ALL SIZES Cor. Washington and Mechanic. BRAND OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. SPETN-GFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVOTNG FEBRUARY 2d. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 47- n JUP JIvv- likT 7 WEATHER FACTS. Wishiiqtoh. Feb. 24. Ohio: Rain, ureceded In the north- rasttrn Dortlou bvl&lr weath er; waraerjolloned by colder Springfield, 0., ) February 24, 18S8. f COTJTSIL I In the Chinese language coutsel spoken with a rising inflection, means trousers ; with a falling inflection, fruit. ,.Oneday a new missionary gave a dinner to some ol her .. loreign friends, and among other things ordered her na tive servant to have coutsil for dessert. The dinner proper passed of? pleasantly, but what was the lady's horror at the close of the meal to see her servant enter the dining-room bearing on a large waiter three pairs of her husband s trousers. But what must have been the missionary's horror ?...

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 February 1888

-j-rV-;. , rv .--ii. . "5,v-j'' -. : sttSVsV I J9 -- ll.ll l I l"lT.T"1 W1TT 1 -o- l.nr lATTlTn .liHiH-cmr TiY n i nnn, HEPUBLTO, imiDAT ETENTN"G FjSBRCAKY 21. 1888. :?. "-a .V ,v j??4 sn - VEj ? 'Si -: -M "4 "?? s5js "??-:? a ,:ss KIRK'S WriiTE-ldlPbD eSt FLO ATIWC SOAP THE CHIEF For Uia Bath, Toilet and Laundry. nuuw vf iiiin aaiau jumuiuldiv - uim If your dealer doe not keep www Cloud Soap. (tent conception and a broader comprehen unl 10 eenu for .ample cake to Ua maker., J slon f reaI political economy, that Is prac- JMb. d. imka a uu., We ouglit to have a series of lectures In tills city, next season, on 'industrial prob lems. They should represent the different factors In the questions at Issue, and should J be listened to quietly aud respectfully, as they would be, by persons who d!sented from the sentiments uttered. We should have Henry Oeon;e, Dr. Mctilynti.orlliiKli Pentecost, on one side of the land Lssue.and i Hon. Itosuell G. llorr, of Michigan, on the other, with Dr. 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. — 24 February 1888

- --. 'rC vavrf jpgMPiMlWIIWBESMiaBMiWKlMitefeafalagLifcg---- -PjyA- MK3ll5geM5MIi--MltWt vr- llr wm r I l TEMPERANCE LAWS. tENATE MAKES LOCAL OPTION SPE CIAL ORDER FOR WEDNESDAY. -igfi.il, Ibctmu at XKw Tax t S300 tor s-1 2-r- Hoom Tmprmace In. trcctla- BUI IrarMy Reported BUI stbU a, Bc-tool at Mines Re ported. CoLC-ica. 0- February 2S. The Hon. BtlL rASSID. B. B. br Mr. Morison To require a pub lic record of the names and amounts due unknown depositors of banks, and to pro Tide for the nnal disposition of unclaimed deposita. IL. B. by Mr. Williams To create the of fice of chaplain of Ohio Penitentiary at a alary of $LU00 per year, the chaplain also to act u librarian. BILU ISTBODCCSS. Mr. Eeed To compel sleeping car, trans portation, and other companies to pay to the State - tax of two percent, on their cross receipts. Mr. Merrick To prevent trustees of pub lic Institutions from appointing relatives to office. Mr. Holmes To give State Inspector of Wortxliups authority to go into ...

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 February 1888

'- .'- !. itEFUBLlO, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24. 1888. '?. i 'I ladies, mnmoM ! W2S TfVP-JB TWENTY Uold Band and Decorated Cll TEA SETS ! lVhieh we oflVr at $5 riid $G a set, lorniur price, $7 and $S. FANCY STAND LAMP3 75c, 95c and 91.50. Ar o t he j cheap.' G. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. 1SSS. 1888. BROADWAY OFELTST TODAT f.M.EUSEHHEIM'S. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TITASIED Capitalist to become Interested W "SOm entirely new harvester and binder. For particulars call on 11. C. Converse, Black's opeia house. room 2. 46b WANTED Two men forClark county to sell a patent rein holder. Address. W. U. White. Iroy.O. 41r WANTED-To rents lame ham to store empty boxes. Call at once on K. r. Bran- iorak Co. 43t FOR RENT. FOR RENT Three rooms on first and seoond I floors; location central. Address Lock-1 bor 3S5. city. 47a FOR RENT Furnished room, front, down .t.lr. rif, nntiMa untrsn.n! ttllf xhll. fnr man and Kit or two gentlemen: references required. Address Room. care otcarrterN...

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 February 1888

Iggsg TT..-Vt - ., i- a-- " ' 3'rwtai ' y -5grW-Hii-gaf,.- -imw WHELD0N& MERRILL- WHELDON& MERRILL .vxruR-vcn'E coal. ALL SIZES. GRAND OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. ljrM$ ANTHRACITE COAL OF THE BEbT QUALITY. Cor. Washington and Mechanic. SPKINGITELD, O., .SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 23. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 4S. ' 1 u . p. j h a. mwm - i a i Wi0 yfflfl flWttPW- !i. v J '.; I' -y n - - WEATHER FACTS. A WnniiGTO". Feb. 25. Ohio- JK Fair vreatlirr. preceded by B ' llht rains In Indiana; colder with cold wave. Sl'RINGFIELD, O., 1 February 25, 188S. j THE BOOK CITY. No "early spring" or any thing else early will catch Springfield napping this year. She is awake and on tip-toe now, and with one hand at her ear, waiting to hear the first signals. Already there are cries of "lo here !" and "lo there !" as well as "ah there !" and "stay there !" A SURE SUCCESS. No doubt about it. The good old town is going to boom. But it should not be forgotten that the boomiest way to boom is to...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 25 February 1888

r.:,'223SS l-M.yvsg?ss S-v; taLi-J "T" -a --r?a?rs 4. -. -a?. - - -. r. iSa-Ti. r;:; .- -v Jgr-gy-ftr. i ttEPTJBMC, SAfrtHtiPAV EVENING, FEBRUARY 25'188P. immmsMimims:,- MHBIMBMMMBHf?lHMBaai!HttMaMuHAABMaaMMMiWHaWBHHH I' v -l "ALLEN 0, MYERS BEGINS HIS TESTIMONY IN TALLY SHEET CASE, THE jd Denial mil of the Charges Against Ulmltla Explanation of the lllduiljht Jlack Hide, the Conversations With Urelttuxer, Etc. Croeei-txauilnatlon bj XLr. Mill, to be lte.uinecl To-dJ. Colimbcs O February 24. The examination of Mr Ilulmg was re lumed veatereiav morning, after Judge l'uish liad rendered hit decision on the ques lici in dispute The objection to the ques tion as to who furnished the money with which ltreitmger v. as paid, was sus taiiinl Judge 1'ujrli said that he had been stked to dide another niut. which waj wh-ti-r there was a Citizens ooiuruittee, vim hethrr it had raisc-d Tif teen or twenty thousand dollars. Ihe Judge ruled that this te-stimonv was inoomieient- The ex auraatiuii of...

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 February 1888

T-i -.'. -, taIBa-iliii-2lJiiiLsBBBa J RSPLVBLTC SATUnOAY EVENING. irJSaUAHYia 1888. - iM LONDON'S ODD COKXEItS. HELEN CAMPBELL WRITES ABOUT PETTICOAT LANE. Oub of the Mont Curious lnrtlon of ThU Grrutret, sml. In Some Itr-apest. Mo,t t'urluus City of tho World Gi hlcallj lH-kcrltM-il. SiecLil CorTrpoudenee.J Lottx):?, Fell. 2. Till thartoryf old Um ilon liai been thoroughly studied trul its jwst niado m nlive tUat it demonstrates the lre-nt and gives its own interpretation to many an otuerwim incomprehensible ioint, thi? ruth of tli pilgrim in its streets n leet with 1-evriUleniienL New London is plain and unmistakable. A morning in Belgravia is tnuli)ed with no perplexities, save the ever recurring one, as to how its inhabitants endure j-ear after year its intense and agres hive gentility. Hut, as it U said, "good Americans, when they die, r-o to raris," so ft may lw said of the IxMidoners and Brlgravia, auom inonotouous Hues of street are the Meets of business mens' wives juid da...

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 February 1888

4 ,--d EPTTBL10, SATURDAY EVEBIffQ. FEBRUARY 25. 1888. I INK ftTTCWTinW llTHE "BEE1 I LnUILU, n! S Lll I lull i J ;. MALT UNO BOPS. i Gold Hand and Decorated A TEA SETS! Which we offer at $5 mid 86 a set, former price, $7 and $S. FANCY STAND LAMP3, 7Sc. 95c and $1.50. Are they cheap! cm. 3G to 40 South Market Street, near High. 1SSS. 1888. BROADWAY AT OPEN TIMER PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. nTANTED-Capltallst to become Interested " H in an entirely new harvester and binder. For particulars call on B. C Converse. Black s ope' a house, room 2. I nS7ZfrrEmTfkiSWStl fvS a on To a UBLIC SALE! befaj ill paltcj itwrt.rrjjKr.T.ATt'r-" - -, WANTED To rent a l3ree barn to store empty boxes. Call at once onR.h Bran-domi-Uo. 43t FOR RENT. FIK RENT Furulsned room, front, down stairs, with outside entrance; suitable for man and wife or two gentlemen; references required. ..ddress Koom, care of carriero.t. FOK RENT NTcely furnished front room, down stairs. Suitable for either lady or eeatleman. Kefere...

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