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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 27 February 1888

I -gsa 1 flew pails WHELDON& MERRILL AViHUvVOITE COAX., ALL SIZES, BRAND OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. tpvmtt. WHELD0N& MERRILL pm$ ANXiriACiTs: coal OF THlt BEST QUALITY. Cor. Washington and Mechanic. VOL. XXXIV NO. 49- SPKDTOITELD, O., MONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 27. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. f WEATHER FACTS. is n ABSiKGTOir, tea. iuiiu; l't .. el uu4.,4 kr ii air nraiucii picvrwc uj ILDIUCI lUrBUD UiHIIIIUhl avi- loue-1 by rtslns temperature. Springfield, O., February 25, 1S88. THE BOOMING CITY. No "early spring" or any thing else early will catch Springfield napping this year. Sh is awake and on tip-toe now, and with one hand at her ear, waiting to hear the first signals. Already- there r 1 , , i are Cries Of "lo here! and "10 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 boom the booms you have. A boom on hand is worth two on paper. The Proof of t...

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. — 27 February 1888

. -..- -.,. : ' ---'- v-y-TSrf- mlm1mWmmmvUFmmmSuMm .- . T , - v It " ' l! ' .1 mSPUBUO, MONDAY EVE-NLCTO, FSERTTABY 27. 1888. $m I KIRK'S vaT FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For tho BaUi, Toilet and Laundry. Soow Whito and Absolutely Pure. U your fetter does not keep Watte Clond Soap, land 10 cents for sample ease to the makers. JRS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. pnngfifUi gUpuM, "ETEXIXG AM) WEEKLT. The,Rfr.uMlr"irlBttliefW Tors, aed West era Aaaeelated rress l)lpatrhe aaii the Renter Cable (Forelga) Telegrams O. M. NICHOLS, TUOS. O. IIltOTVW, reuiDEVT. srcamav. CHARLES K. CLARK. VBXASCata. SFnlNOnELD PUBLISHING COMPLY, Iablllira and 1'ioprletore. CLIFTON" SL XICDOLS. editob. TIJOMAS O. BROWN, assocuTi roiroE. CHARLES E. CLARE, acswiss kimgie. TnE EVENING REPITHLIC Is published every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate of Ten Cents per week. Sin gle nurabtrs. Two Cents. TOE RATUItDAY EVENING RErCIILIC Is twice the size of the regular dally edition, with eight paces filled 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. — 27 February 1888

2r? BEFUBUO, MONDAY EVENT"'? F.EBRUAHY 27 1888. GRANDMOTHER LOIS. DR. TALMAQE'S EIGHTH SERMON TO THE WOMEN. OF AMERICA. TliU In a Hard TTorlA tor TTocwn. .ad Also for Men A Mother -Influene. of Imnrnw and Lasting Importance Unborn (leneratlooe. BnoosLTX, Peb. aa Tha EeriT. Do Witt Talmae, U. D., preached in the Brooklyn Tubornncla to-day the eihtJiof ills aeries of "Sermon to the V,'omea ot America, with Im;rtaiit Hints to Moo." Eu subject was, "The Grandmother and Her Orandchildres." A vast congregation waa presoat. Ths open ing hymn begins: Oire (o the wind thy fears, Co;e anj he undismayed; God hears thy ihs and counts thy tears, God shall lift up thy head. Dr. Talmagwa text waa'from II Timothy, I, S: "The unfeigned faith that is in thee. century, upon tho roar 2,'O00, upon the year 4,0ft), if the world last bo long. Tho world stool 4,000 years before Chrut caino, it is not unreasonable to rapixwo that it may stand 4,000 rears after his arrival. Four thousand years the world swun...

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. — 27 February 1888

?' , ti.1 ,iaBiin ii-iii in imutjww g i i i Mawnwnn n , '-j-.-"i - iiyaSl - '- " ,,'" " " - i , , 1 ;-.,$ lOZPtrBLia, MGSTOAT V2mC0, FEBRUARY S7. 1880. SI m Vila axe i FIRST RUN! -:NTE1"W- MAPLE SYRUP AND SUGAR, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. $25 Reward for any adultera tion found in our Syrup or Sugar this soason. c, 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTbD. WANTED -A prominent Chicago firm wants a Drst-clais central correspondent. la minar with handling agents: alsu an experi enced factory superintendent. Address Chi cago." care Dally Republic. Sprlnglleld.O. 4t WANTED An Intelligent, earnest man to IV represent a lame, responsible house In his own locality and outside ol large cities. A remuneratlre salar.to right party. Beler ences exchanged. American Manufacturing llouse.30 Keade street. New x ork. w ANTED To rent a larce barn to store empty boxes. Call at once on K. F. Bran- dom Jt Co. FOR RENT. Fill KENT Furnished room, trout, down stairs, with outside entrance...

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. — 28 February 1888

fm yniTBjfifi'SttlpTrifcliTrlire 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 i - - - WHELDON & MERRILL JCXIIIIACITTC COAL. ALL SIZES. GRAND OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. WHELD0N& MERRILL ANTHRACITE COAL OF THE 11E.ST QUALITY. Cor. Washington and Mechanic VOL. XXXIV NO. 50. SPEHTGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 28. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. H r 1 offelft pttlj ffcyrowfo. i5. a. STJUH 1 WEATHER FACTS. iff. WiSBixoTOr. Feb. 27. OMo: & OTt Fair woather, wanner. . SrRINGFIELD, O., February 2.S. iSSST." H Another cold wave by way of variation from the balmy winds, muggy deposits of sleets, big blobs of snow as it snows down in the tropics sometimes rising barometer, sidewalk skating that turns into a wading match : winds out "on a high," with atmos pheric changes from fair to middling, disturbed by briskly soft winds, changing to softly brisk winds that's the sort of weather that has been "lay ing over us." We don't find any exaggeration in that state ment. It treats the weather as lair as the weather treats us. The...

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. — 28 February 1888

-.r r iijaiisaaMiarsi L- M.mtr REPUBLIC, TUESDAY .EVENING FEBRUARY 28. 18RR : El .! K 1 KIRK'S Js7 V jC' V A ff rXJp FLOATING SOAP IS THE CHIEF For the Bath, To Hot and Laundry. Snow Whit and Absolutely Pure. II roar dealer does not keep White Clood oP, end 13 eenu for sample cake to the m&kere, JHS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICACO. pringfidd gcpulilit EYEXING AM) liEEKLT. Tie "Her-obllr" print-. I lie Sew Tork and West era Associated 1're.s IM'palrhes and the Heater Cable (Foreign) Telegrams. C. M. NICHOLS, T1IOS. O. linoWJf, rtlSIDIXT. BtCKtllBT. CII.Utl.KS IS. CLARK. TRIiSCKIE. SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING COUPHT, lubllshrrs and 1'iuprletoia. CLIFTON 11. KICIIOLS, editor. TUOMAS Q. BROWX, i.asociiTt; iditor. CHARLES E. CLARK, srsistaa niMOit. TIIK EVENING ltKI'UHI.IC ts published every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv IP iv- ered at the rate 01 len inta per wee. Sln- ale cumbers. Two Cents. THE SATUItDW EVENING KEI'U1I.IC Is twice the size of the regular dally edition, with eight pac...

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. — 28 February 1888

M s-jrtW-ilJlllllpMWII, "" jurf . ."CaBLR 3'- KEPTJBLIO, TUESDAY EYEISQ1STG FEBRUARY 2S 1888. 35 I " CSa '3K.s .;. r e- .'S c - -'A I--' ". 4& r THE WHEELS STOP The Strike of the 0,1, A a Engineers is a laet, All Trftfflc On SiZ ThOtUUUli Milos of Track Stopped Instantly, A Desperate Fight Inaugurated BttWHl One of tho Strongest Labor Organlsa. tlous In tb. Country- and tho Largso! ttailway Corporation in the World. Chicago, February 2S. Four o'clock yes (onlay morning was the time act for the engineers of the C 11. & Q. system to quit work. Just before the time appointed fot appo r. Po the strike, Traiumaster S. T. Pope issued .mlnp ili.it ,, (Mini vHnnlil Iu. fnnriwl weet of Chicago. This was taken by a few trainmen in the yards as a confession thai the company had secured no men worth mentioning, and that the road would in i moment noire be practically tied up. At 4, o'clock precisely, switch engine Jo. 17 went into the Western avenue round house. Three others soon follow...

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. — 28 February 1888

1 fl6isBnni!H(HHHS9HHHRRfeMMH8MMMfltaihHUtfiHtfK' MhttSKBtmBffwSBBKBMMnWmBlSSUitK j. - 4 iJEFDULlO, TUESDAY BVBNmG, FEBBUAET 28. 1888. k- FIR3T RUN! -HkTJETXKT- MAPLE SYRUP AND SUGAR, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL $25 Reward for any adultera tion round in our Syrup or Sugar this season. C. 3G to 40 South Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. ITTAXTED-A good white girl for central If housework; references required. Apply at No 78 west ilulbery Wednesday Hud Thurs day afternoons ot this week. 50a "TJAXTED-A prominent Chicago firm wants II anrst-ela4 general correnpondent, fa miliar with handlinc scents: also an experi enced factory superintendent. Address "Chi caco," careDallyKepublic.Sprlngfleld.O. St w, fAXTED To rent a laree barn ta store empty boxes, van at once on K.i.iiran- dom A. Co. 4St FOR RENT. FOR KENT Two front rooms, with ward robes, furnished or unfurnished; for gen tlemen to room and beard or light housekeep ing; In private family; no children. Address .. Republic o...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 29 February 1888

mh ' MpMic WHELD0N& MERRILL ANTIIRACITK COAL OF THE HEST QUALITY. WHELDON& MERRILL ANTHRACITK COAL. ALL SIZES. GUI. N HOUSE BLOCK. pting Cor. Washington and Mechanic. VOL. XXXIV NO. 51. SPKTKTGFIEUD, O., WEDNESDAY EVEimfTG FEBRUARY 29. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. iitm VSr S9?S -j3 $ I5&&S '- i&!t4. r- WEATHER FACTS. ti 03.uiV. s : ... -" ........ Tti.li, annua f.tTln.Hil h. fjfr nr....fl.n. f-k u-jihin UeHliierln thr southern por ton. rising followed by fall ing temperature. SPRINGFIELD, O., 1 February 2.S, 1S8S. J T Another cold wave by way of variation from the balmy winds, muerey deposits of sleets, big blobs of snow as it snows down in the tropics sometimes rising barometer, .sidewalk skating that turns into a wading match ; winds out "on a high," with atmos pheric changes from fair to middling, disturbed by briskly soft winds, changing to softly brisk winds that's the sort of weather that has been "lay ing over us." We don't find any exaggeration in that state me...

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. — 29 February 1888

A .-JLSC -tH BEFTIBLIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20. 1888. w iP- HI. I .- n i ii in i in 11 KIRK'S K 3 y u op "sit vIi rsa FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White, and Absolutely Pure. 11 yonr dealer does not fceep White Cloofl Soap, lend 10 can for sample cake to tfce masera. JRS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. Spring fidd gUpublu ETESIXQ AND WEEKLT. Th"Brpubll-"rliiNtlier lork andTTet ra Aiaoclattd Press Dlipatchra and the Bcutrr Cable (Foreign) Telrgrami. C. M. NICHOLS, TIIOS. G. BROWN", m isidi.it.- sicaniHY, CIIARLES K. CLAKK, TRIlSUEia. -SPBINGF1ELD PUBLISHING COUPHT, Publisher and Proprietors. - CLIFTOX M. NICHOLS, editor. THOMAS 0. BROWN, assocuTi iditox. CIIARLES E. CLARK, bcsimsj mimgii. TI1E EVENING KErUHLIC Is published Tery evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate ol Ten Cents per week. Sin gle numbers. Two Cents. THE 8ATCIIDAY EVENING REPUBLIC ! twice the size of the rejrulardally edition, with eight pases Oiled with editorial m...

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. — 29 February 1888

N .-; "a,-'' " ?.. WSWIiiatffiff3fMntfl,rllT WlllHr' 1'fl T" "i'"1 nffiiiiii ' "' ii " "' " """ " i BEPtTBLIO. WEDNESDAY EVENiyQ -b'BBUABY, 29 1888. IBi II r THE PENSION QUESTION.; LONG DISCUSSION IN THE SENATE ON THE DEPENDENT PENSION BILL. Mr. Manderaon Shows a Strong TJand The House Takes Action In a "umber of Fubllo Building Propositions I'ostal Telegraph Probabilities. "Washisotox. February ."!). The Senate resumed consideration of the dependent soldiers' and sailors' pension bill, the ques tion being on the adoption of Mr. Call's amendment making the bill apply also to those who served in the war witl" Mexico or for 30 days in liny of the Indian wars. The amendment was agreed to. Jlr. Blair oflercd a resolution changing the phraseology of the second section and in explaining it, he said that the construc tion given in the debate yesterday to the word "incapacitated" would make the bill one of Mie most far reaching of any jxjnsion bill yet passed, inasmuch ax the minimum iK-nsi...

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. — 29 February 1888

-1 tEFDrBuo, wflbfrEsJbAy ETOfflTQ. faRtrAlf 29. 1888. w ir , r : i if: I' It i ! ' MAPLE SIRUP Is a luxury only when It is fine. We have the pure ROCK MAPLE, AVKIGHING 11 POUNDS PER GALLON. Wholesale and retail. Buy now for carmine. Special price in lots of 5 gallons and over. $25 Reward for any adultera tion found in our Syrup or Sugar this season. G.W.PAYNTER&GO. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTiD. WASTED American or German tlrl to do general housework. Call at 1M outh Mechanic street. Immediately Mb WASTED -A prominent Chlcaeo nrm wants H aflrst-class ceneral correspondent, la mlllarwith handllne acenu: also an experi enced factory superintendent. Address -tni-caco." care DallyKepubllc.SprlnEneld.O. 48t WAXTED-Man to take the agency ef our II safes: sire 2SxlSxl8 Inches; welRhtSOOIbs.; retail price S3i; other sues in proportion. A rare chance to create a permanent business at home. These safes meet demand nerer be fore supplied by other safe com...

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. — 1 March 1888

1 WHELD0N& MERRILL ANTHItACITE COAL OF THE BEST QUALITY. .Cor. Washington and Mechanie. SPEmGEEELD, O., THURSDAY EVE;NTN"G 3kLARCTI 1. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. 11 WHELD0N& MERRILL 5! aAaH IV A)! $($ Jk tLll'.' ""'"ss coai iii i ii ii ii ri ii fin nil hi i 1 1 ii i ii i 1 1 . EM OPEM HOUSE BLOCK. W w "?9 ?jgL- . T H VOL. XXX1VNO. 52. I HL , 1 Hi' LbH BBBBll Hi I' ii T K i m 3 - i i i " WEATHER FACTS. TlTtf Mill fj TC DflDV A CHAT WITH CHAUNCEY. GREATER THAN EVER SH - . A XILd Villus' " """ H I 7 I Wi(BIoto. Feb. 2. Otto: "J I I ,,i, l.lcht snows, followed by fair fl JsT neather In the southern por- tW ' -. Jetton; rui nc followed by fall- 1 The New Tariff Bill at Last Submitted HI v1 iuz tempetature. , jl ; - by the Sub-CommitteeIts Provis- Hl SPRINGFIELD O. ) ions and Effects en Present Bevenue. I rebruary 2r, i6b&. I . , ., . . . .-.., ... j ' ' An Interesting Interview VAIth Chauncj 1 WEATHER WISDOM! ""SSSr "Another cold wave by way of variation from the balmy winds, mug...

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 March 1888

- - Vv , aey. : - Biwte Jwi w .,--..--- .-JP- , H - Z.- - - if'. KIRK'S FLOATINC SOAP -1S- THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and. Laundry. Snow White- and Absolutely Pure. U yo or dealer doe. not kp mm Ckrad joap. lend W cents for sample, cake to tl makers, JBS. S. KIRK X CO., CHICAGO. priugfidii gUpuliiix EVEXIX6 -A XI) TVEEKLT. Tks "Republic" prints Ike ew Tort 1T1 rn Associated Press DhpaUhn sad the Beutcr Cakle (Foreign) Telntrana. C. 31. NICHOLS, THOS. G. UUOWJf, rKfc-slOr..r. SECBXTH.T, ClIAllLKS K. Ol-AItK, TEXasrKIB. SPHINBFIELD PDBUSBIIG COIIPHT, Publishers and Proprietor. CLIFTON M. XICHOI.S, KniTon. THOMAS O. BROWS', assocuTt xorroa. CIIARLES E. CLARK, nrsixiss xa-taoiR. THK EVESIXO RKPUnLIC Is published a . J..,4 0 anri la lletll- eicry PTruiuK rixiifc uuui.,. ..- .- je ered at the rate of Ten Cents per week. Mn- gie numoers, iuvcu. THK SATBHDAT EVESIXO REPUBLIC Is twice the sire of the regulardally edition, with eight pases filled with editorial matter, society news, speci...

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 March 1888

?nyy 5fesf?. "- . ! ' ' S-'J!- v1" .j -J- rii MM x-f TOrJXSaPSSSljSl&EQl .jMlW i "'- -'i-sisiSSSiHaiiKHHSi3 sasasasas1sasaasMtMssssass55isa iTJfSiSiiiMu ,-.- J.v.FT---r-BrT1in-1Mr t t- ni ir - - UjJIIIjHB POWDERLY'S LETTER TO THE MEMBERS OF THEORDER OF KNIGHTS OFLABOR. lie Scores th Brotherhood of Engineers fur Treachery to the K. of I, hut Ad. le all ot the Latter to Refrain From Tuklnc Uold of the Uomaoed Throttle. Scr.tSTOt, Pa., February 29. The follow ing letter from General Master Workman I'ott.lcdy has been made publio: lu the Knights and Brotherhood of En gineers: A rejwrt comes to me this evening and aA-wimt my opinion is concerning the triKv uf the enL-inoers on tne v u. .z u. railni.nl. An expression of opinion is re quireil as to whether I favor the taking of the places of the Hrotlicrtioou men by Knights of Labor. I have nothing to say cunwrning the matter of a slrileon the road in question, for I do not know the particular, but If it is true that the men are making...

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 March 1888

-Sr.?:8H ir Tit m; r-ji -. .,-. 'j-C "5-3 HMFUBLIO, THURSDAY EVENING, AOlRCII 1. 1888 SWgtofrgffiOli,g5SSijMre ? -.SiKMaMaaaaaaaBaaaalBBBaMaaaaanMB0aBKafcWa5r 111 M m t a V & MAPLE SYRUP Is a luxury only when it is Una We have the pure ROCK MAPLE, -vtoeighing 11 POUIS PER GALLON. Wholesale and retail. Buy now for tanuiup. Special price in lots of 5 gallons and over. 823 Reward for any adultera tion found in our Syrup or Sugar this season. ClMMRiCO. 3G to 40 South Market Street, near High. SPRING HATS ! Correct Styles in Stiff, Sott and Crushers. Also, Tho Hatter and Shirt Maker, 5 East Main Street PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TTJANTED-IIouse of six rooms; hard and II soft water-detached preferred; healthy InrnlltT. within tn minutes w&lkof DOStOfflce; state lowest rent to Rood payiur tenant. Ad dress l". J . B . care ol itepnpiic omce. ajr- TTTAKTED American or German rlrl to dp II general housework. Call at 104 sooth Mechanic street. Immediately Mb WANTED -A prominent Chicago f...

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 March 1888

3fe?SsS!SaEsSSS Z V :-"?i!- S?3SraSa983KS93 &J..tS!EERSE5 . ud)sfJsaKllf.lfJsfJsfJsfJsfJsVIiiiiiiK5'C 3s&teffiHg$BBHH -aaffig3ig?-:?iv-- . m i m .i.wi - . : - ". 6iEK.'.ispa,-j f :i-vWJL,r,5-& 't5'953 Sad WHELDON MERRILL ANiUll.S.ClTK COAL, ALL SIZES. GHAND OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. SPEmGEIELD, O., FRIDAY EVEKDJTG IMAHOH2, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 53 mm ,-.-r,J t-Sv3tt4n&BraHH TTTM11 T --- TMilimwr m t.WBWMMWUi.t.LnB8flllWllll''""'-"wmM"J,'1Mm'' "" "- "tt ,'," . - . Jtoi Hi -- A. U id. U If -r TTT7T B yytttttlf PflM jKfflttMl& corSSSfe li y. ! II t. i ' a fi WEATHER FACTS. Wibhixgtoi. Mar. 2. Ohio: ttallAnvrv tamnArfttlim. Villi i neatenlnc weather and ralu ir snnv. fnlloned bv colder. lair weather. SrRIXGFIELD, O., February 2S, 1S88. HHOI5D0M! Another cold wave by way of variation from the balmy winds, muggy deposits of sleets, big blobs of snow as it snows down in the tropics sometimes rising barometer, sidewalk skating that turns into a wading match ; 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 March 1888

55.?". "- t i 'Sf;tfvCJK jtjjj. v- Trt; V - VP5R9EffCH AnaMWtttiMHMM . REPUBLIC, FftEDAY JflVifiNIBrG, ALAKOH - 1888. JSSwpKSfflSHBfiHsfc?Kgs555.'!'.''v''.j."' -a " . xiadaesaWiWsWsWsaaaaaBaBaBLawairBXKS' H f KIRK'S tai FLOATING SOAP -i -. , THE CHIEF -a sFor trio Bath, Tollot and Laundry. Snow While and Absolutely Pure. U roar dealer no,P Jlte ??0ji Jv22" Mod n eents for sample cake to tbe makers, ,:JRS.S. KIRK SCO., .A , , . CHICAGO. .prinflfUl gkpublifc ETES1X0 A.l WEEKLY. 'Tie ?Br nubUf" print tk Sew York and Wt. era iaaoclatrd Prnn Illspalrkc. aJ ta Renter "-ale (Korrlca) Telegrama. CM.'XICIIOLS, TIIOS. O. ItKOWX. rBCSini.NT. SKCRtltllT. CHARLES K. CLARK, tISCSR. SPJllBnEll'POBlJSHlIS EDUPHT. Pnbllahrrs and Pioprlelora. CLIFTON" SI. "JCIIOLS, kwtob. SlTiIOMAS'0.1BRO'WX. JisociTj sditox. - CHARLES E."CLARKr'srsirss iiiloim. : THE EYXNINQ REPUBLIC Is pnbllsbcd every ermine except Sunday, and la deliv ered at the rate of Ten Cents per week. Sm ile numbers. Two Cents. THE SATCnD.1V...

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 March 1888

v'.' T-"S -.fv3 -" " n r t"tt i"r-rrrr,vri ."rTrrrfcrTTs nirrwr nin nnni r T jiit iir rr i ni rir i r n' in n in ti i m r n iht niWTiinTTirTrTrrfT ! ly-irr'avrmnTtirir'iifnrTr iiriiirdMiii iPiiiiiiiawiii ipibi wmi ' in hi 1 ...'-- -sf BEPUBLIC, FRIDAY STEKIKG MARgjl888. .. , r 1 THE HEW TARIFF BILL- - - - a IN THE COMMITTEE ON. WAYS AND MEANS The Proposed Jdaaiaist -Is KMd .Chairman Mills Would Bafona tk Tariff Laws-A. Full Kesan. .r IU ProTltloni Tbs QuettlasS laWkat TTU1 itanaau say aiwni it. i- I "" --"i " I The entire wood schedule is subjected to . . m ..... Ithirtr percent, duty. All grades of sugar WasHisoTos, .March 2. Chairman Mull are reduced by an amount varying from of the Ways and Means Committee, at a one-fifth to one-fourth of the present full meeting of his committee, had read the duties. Cotton yarn, reduced to thirty-fire full tariff reform bill, upon which the sub- and forty per cent.; bleached linens to committee has been engaged for some time, twenty-fire per ce...

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 March 1888

H MflPLE SYRUP .We imr-mmirr-'gjBlWimUgiiT -'i mm n"ilj jmrsuh pm wmq, majm s. im. iVrfctiwn .rtnpuj Ii a luxno onlj when it is fine. hae tlie pure RQGK PHAPL AVKIG1I1NG 11 Wholesale ami retail. Uuy now for cjnums. Special price in lois 01 5 gallons and oer. $25 Reward for auy adultera tion found iu our Syrup or Sugar this season. ClrMIEBMO, 3G to 40 South Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Casper's Dftig StOre Is tlie p'ace to set tN're Medicines. Casper's Drug Store Is tuo place to get Fine ChemL'als. Casper's Drug Store Is the place to get Talent Medicines. Casper's Drug Store Is Uio r " So get Good Peifumeiy. Casper's Drug Store Is ibe place 'o get 'nest FiavnrinR Ext'. Casper's Drug Store is tne piac (o ge. t "e Toi'etSoap?. Casper's Drug Store Is th see to geilDe be, of aU t ri'tM. CASPER'S Drug Store, Flsbcr'sttloek, MHlnlret.d DoorW! of L.tmejtone,S?rliiK&el H IL I iPW I I I II. 11,1 WIM lOMi.S'O KVC fS. Guaxb. Toes-lay, Manh 0, M'n'i rainier. Graxd. Monday March...

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