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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 March 1888

ScSlS f . -5 IM JWBI frtl 1M' JWiMMJU.. mil " fas: vr WHELDOM & MERRILL ANIHKAOtTE COAX.. ALL SIZES. WHELD0N& MERRILL ANTHRACITE COAL OF THE BEST QUALITY. NUII HOUSE BLOCK. Cor. Washington and Mechanic. SPELNGFLELD, O., SATURDAY EVWLTSG SEARCH 3. 1888. VOL. XXXIV NO. 54. PRICE TWO CENTS. fc 4 ki&fl yttttgww paalj jttWig. r WEATHER FACTS. I ..... Mac llhln -- . 5 MMionary temperatun. with or snow, followed by colder, Inlr weal her. Sl'RIXGFIEl. -n. O., 1 2.S, iSSS. f February Another cold wave by way of variation from the balmy winds, muppv 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 oi weather that has been "lay ing over us." We don't find any exaggeration in that state ment. It treats the weather as iair as the weathe...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 March 1888

ftEmfBLia, SA.TDMDAYBVBOTHQ MABCIT S isse. N w ! THE DOW L1W: ANOTHER IMPORTANT AMENDMENT " PA33ES THE HOUSE. Tfc. S.nmt. Adopts Resolution to Sub mit st Tamptrnnr Amendment to th. reoplo The Appropriation 11111 IMS. ed. Colchbcs. O., March 3. The nonse. "Or. Poorratn introduced a resolution re quiring the Superintendent of the Soldiers' ud Sailors' Orphans' Home to furnish tlie Lrfislsturt with a list of the applicant! for idwiasion. tiring their names, pes, etc., umber annually discharged, application! reccixej ia the last year, and number pro Tided for in families. This resolution was caused by resolutions that are being adopt ed by the O. A. K. and other soldier organl utiuni demanding that provision be mad fur the large number of children who can not ba accommodated at present. There are said to be 700 of these. The resolution vaa adopted under suspension of tne rules. DOW LAW AMENDED. Mr. Owen's bill amending the Dow law ' a to close all saloons on Sunday was brought up and pa...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 March 1888

MR REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVESflSTG MARCH 3 1888. K5BIK3' i m i I f OX THE WAY TO SIBERIA. RUSSIAN EXILE RELATES AN CIDENT OF THE TRIP. IN- HUftL t . j- An tTnur4'tH4rnl Attempt to Kurnpe A IliMsiiau (leneral's Ittulrnes ami Sub sequent Apalnr-y Strict lltsripllnr of tlit Kutslan 3lllitarj- llluWriileri. Siecill Correspondence JTew York, Feb. 27. TIVAKdurinsth,. year 1W1, while I wns a political ciilo on my way to Silicria, that our lorty reached tho village of Smo lenko, just n the sun was sinking to rest. Soon tho earth was en veloped in dark ness, and tho denso mass of storm clouds which had &3m &e l,lu",v lvn Catherine; in tho heavens, seemsd ready to burst nud jiour their contents on tho eodden earth of the sleep ins village. Tho gendarmes w ho accompanied mo had, as a Rroat concession, and by heavy bribery, allowed mo to remain over night at this little out of tho way village. This was in direct violation of every onto" issued whon leaving Petersburg. Previous to starting ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 March 1888

sMeMNHMHMMMMH B Pii & BEPtnSLlO, SA'rtJEDAY ETENiyG. iSLASlCH S. 1888. t aMMjfcjj frrifi3 CONSTIPATION TS called the "Father of Diseases" because I there Is oo medium through which disease o often attacks the system as by the absorp tion of polsonoti cases in the retention of de eared and effete matter In the stomach and bowels. It Is caused by a Torpid Liver, not enough bile being excreted from the blood to produce nature's own cathartic, and Is Gener ally accompanied with such results as Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Bad Itreath, etc The treatment of Constipation does not con sist merely In unloading the bowels. The medicine mnst not only actasa purgative, but be a tonic as well, and not produce after Its use greater costiieness To secure a regnlsr habit of body without ehangtng the diet or disorganizing the system. EnzrcmzH HDsmami "My attention, after suffering with Conitl- Satlonfortwo or three years, was called to lmmons Liver Regulator, and. having tried almost everyth...

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. — 3 March 1888

3SBBKgS?5' esse nrirra'imriiiiwwiiwwiffwi rrwiiwli'wiwnifciiiwiiinw i MAPLE SYRU Is a luxury only when It Is fine. have the pure We ROCK MAPLE, WEIGHING 11 FOUNDS PER- GALLON. Wholesale and retail. Buy now for canning. Special price in lots of 5 gallons and over. $25 Reward for any adultera tion found In our Syrup or Sugar this season. C.W.PAYNTER&CQ. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. SPRINGJATS ! Correct Styles in Stiff, Sott and Crushers. Also, BROADWAY SILK HAT LIGHTEST MADE. The Hatter and Shirt Maker, 5 East Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TOASTED To rent houe with from 8 to 10 If rooms, must be in goa location, rent reasonable Address, giving particulars. Lock Box 3!. Mb WASTED -House of six rooms; hard and sott water detached preferred: healthy locality, within ten minutes walk of postofflce, state lowest rent to good paying tenant Ad dress C.JD, care ot Republic office. 52r WANTED -Manas acent. A new anl-le, II seils everywhere, city or county, noeine rience ...

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. — 3 March 1888

" ',1l ' .amxmiSbmM HEPtTBIIO, SATURDAY EVENING MAEOH 8 1889. i I A TRUE BEAR STORY. Two Men MufTlo liruin In Illuul.ets ami Get the lint of Illm. SPECIAL to Tho New York Sun from Scran- SiWSff f " ton, says that as ' jj5-"-Syfei- Ilarvcv Rogers and Charles Honck ivcro driving homo through a jiieco of woods in Lehigh township, their horses pricked up their ears and stopped sualtleulr at Munethitur In the road ahead of them. Thtviini light of the new moon revealed the outlines of a dark object, but tho men could not tell what it wasand Ilouck jumjied out of tho kleigh and ran ahead. As he got in fronWottho team Houck saw what ho took to be a boy standing in the middle of the highway, and he walked slowly toward him and was about to ask him what ho was doing there all alone, wbu a low grunt from the object stopjied him. Ilouck then saw that instead of a boy a large bear, standing upright on its haunches, was what tho horses stuck up their cars at. Thinking that he could easily scare t...

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. — 3 March 1888

t-mm $&&& j -- i i i uTiWl ll II 'I I " '""' v5 .. d-X. r--'- HEPtmtTO, SATURJUY EWESISQ MARCH n 1888. MP' JBJttA.I UUJ.JftiWMr DANA AT HIS DESK. THE EDITOR OF THE NEW YORK SUN AND HOW HE WORKS. lie Gars l'p to lit USIre Two Step at a Time, 1a Always Ite.dytt Talk HubU nm, ami Wont lie an Oltl 3Ian Till He Is Murtr. fIecial Correspondence Xeu York, Fib L'T A stranger to Xew York stuiuliii m the wanting room of Tim Neu York Sun, ltn SI J) anil lOoMoek a. in. on almost am da in the 3 car, would 1 ait ti He a tall, muscular man jiass through anl Roup itairs. If ho va&ob n rvnnt he would notice tliat this man mowl lincki ami nli'rth . ami if the stranjer fol lunnl I11111, would probably finil him taUng lliehlairs twoatuliuie. On arriving at the third tloor tho stranger would see the tall man iuvn through a wicket gatc,w hich cloved with a 'pnng after him, and disapjnar through a Mde door into the editorial roonix At the same time the Granger would find himself confronted...

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. — 3 March 1888

MI,II,'IIIII'I'',''''",J'-''TI1I te E MMftiaiiJt)JQiiiiaujLiMi.fiii irti Casper's Drug Store Is the place to get Tare Medicines. Casper's, Drug Store Is the place to get Fine Chemicals. Casper's Drug Store Is the place to get Patent Medicines. Casper's Drug Store Is the place to get Good Perfumery. Casper's Drug Store Is the place to get best Flavoring Ext's. Casper's Drug Store Is the place to get Fine Toilet Soaps. Casper's Drug Store Is the place to get the best of all articles. CASPER'S Drug Store, Fisher's Block. Maliiatreot.Sd Door Watt of x.lmctoiie,Bplagflelu. COMING EVENTS. Grasd. Monday March 5, "Held by the Enemy." Gbasd. Tuesday, March 6, Minnie Palmer. Black's. Tuesday. March 6, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Knight. Black's. Wednesday, March 7, "Zttka," LOCAL BREVITIES. THE SEASON. 'Oft married." say my friends, and I, Who'Te just turned thirty-Jour. Join their lament and. slth tor sigh. Sly loneliness deplore. It Is not that I (ear to speak. Bt bashfulness distressed In tact ...

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. — 5 March 1888

V ' 1 1 :.i ii f : nT ti t . -.-. .T-e-aT - -- nr.lwOn.japB MSri WHELDQN'OERRIU ANTtmAO.TS COAX (,F T1IK BE.T QIALITY. WHELDON& MERRILL AN i UH.VOITH CQAL, ALL BIKES. GRAND OPERft HOUSE BLOCK. ftm Cor. Washington and Mechanic. 3PErN"GFIELD, O., MONDAY EVENING iMARCn r. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXX1VNO. 55- Haili jlqmMfr. turn It--' P WtATHER FACTS. c 'nranfm. Mar. 5- Ohio- Statl mary temperature, Uibt ,rsuo. SrRI.VGFlELD, O., March 5, 1SS8. J THEDRESPARAOE. From the time Adam wore his first fig-leaf apron to the present day, the march of men's dress has been one of improvement. In the latest and fullest history of the sub ject, the author is of the opin ion that careful comparison, some research and a calm con sideration of the various changes which have taken place in men's dress result in the conviction that there has been a steady and progressive improvement in its general characteristics, its adaptation to our special wants and its conformation to artistic re quirements. ...

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. — 5 March 1888

TTTPTTRLia MONDAY EVEMlifG MARCn 3 1888. SJfW)' EEPUB1IO, 'MOKDAT EVEMSTG, MAftOfl . 1888. 1 .,'. ... - r r fro?-? KmK's ruluWYlOljn vlnn u t5 4Sw""jk 4, .7Ti,J iU i FLOATING SOAP IS THE CHIEF fo tlia Bath, Toilet and Laundry. J9pov Whlto and Absolutely Pure. JRS.S.KIRK5CQ., CHICAGO. $nringfifUl gtpublit mw .l.(I X ETESIX8 AM WEEKLY. -" Ta "BfpuMlr" print, thi rw lork and Wl- "Aamlaleil I'rii lll"trhn and tlie Iti-uter w CaMe rlii) Telrftrawv. - .- Sv. JI? MCHOI.N THOS. Jfc. IHIOW "V, -' raiaiocvr. sHJsrrmv. "" crt 1KLKS K. CI-VKK, TEXXSLRKR 'SNIICHQB FOBUSHIfiB GDHMT. lnbllh.er and rioprletors. CLIFTON 11. NICHOLS, mhtor. THOMs.8 0. BROWN, ,octATi: rorroR. CHARLES E CHRK. RCsrvns MASinaa 5 i TBT..BVKMM1 KKPUHLIC Is published every evenlneeiceptfunday. and Is deliv ered at thejnte of Ten Cnts per week 6ln ZL ale numbers. Two Cents, ruKjrOttrrfri.tvScviiM.No hemjiimc Is twice the, slie of the reculardatly edition, with eight paces tilled with editorial matter, society news special fe...

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. — 5 March 1888

THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. WHAT CONGRESS WILL WRESTLE WITH DURING THE WEEK. Array and Xavy Circlet to be Enlivened with 5-foWifJ., F"" Indulges In Consatntfonal -ExtreUm. Other Capital ot.. -? WAsnixoTo.v, Starch 5. In tlie Senate ". . 'liw a A ! 4 4-4 'J 'Imart Knocks Out Frank IlatVa -' ' ' '' TlSenatl ""!Q 'I iilShn. III! SSWCSaJJ. -ri to-day Chairman Allison, of the Committee nd John Xewnian, two nineteen-year-old on Arprojria;iqi9finterijdiv fM W'rjWuttl?l VJPt?a"'& out some ''"" "B". consideration the deficiency appropropria- UUrtfcaraYVMiise fbr'tne aisSolution of tion bill. When this has been completed, friendship was thit the former accused the the Senate will resume consideration of the latter of being a tale-bearer to the police G. A.tfLHsbtHty-euim bill) which i- thatiialke was nostraight. It is quite unfinished' business. The nrtt work ln-.'welIuad$rstol. toviever, that Newnfein order is the under-valuation bill, reported succeeded in displacing IlalLeTn tlie atltc i'ebr...

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. — 5 March 1888

ffiffiEBSJO. .MCmPA-T greSBTO. HAHOH S. 18S&. 5 SWEET HUT, GOLD HAWK, LAW TENNIS, Are the new brands of Tobacco made by the Merchants Tobacco Co. OP DAYTONi Leave your Name and get a IQ Cent Plug Free. WHOLESALE AND RLTA1L BY c. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. SPRINGJATS ! Correct Styles in Stiff, Sott and Crushers. Also, BROADWAY SILK HAT LIGHTEST MADE. The Hatter and Shirt Maker, 5 East Main Street. PEOPLE'SCOLUMN. WANTED. WAXTED A woman of sense, energy ana respectability tor our business In ber lo cality; middle aged preferred; salary 50 per month; permanent position; references ex changed. J. O. Reycraft. Manager. 30 Reade St- New York. ITANTED To rent honse with from 8 to 10 II rooms; must be In good location; rent reasonable Address, giving particulars. Lock Box 232. Mb TTTANTED -House ot sis rooms; hard and IF soft water detached preferred; healthy locality, within ten minutes waiKoi postomce fttntA lnwpftt rent tn ?ood Davin? tenant. Ad dress C. J. II . care of...

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. — 6 March 1888

fUpuMit WHELDON &HERRILB WHELDON & MERRILL -vr t uracltk; coax.. ALL SIZES. CUIl f PHI HOUSE BLOCK. jwrng VNTHR-A-CITKj-cOAli OF TIIE BE1T QPAUTT. Cor. Washington anil Mechanic, SPKIBrGErELI?, O., TUESDAY EVEOTNG LAUCH G, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIVNO. 56. Imnw sss fitw piifa fl ftKr., "" "Prnaa? WEATHER FACTS. vim Wshiqto. -Mar. 5. Ohio- K Matlinary temperature, UsM .1 r A I "am or snow. I SriUNGFIELD, O., March 5, 1888. f TIE DflSiUUDL From the time Adam wore his first fig-leaf apron to the present day, the march of men's dress has been one of improvement. In the latest and fullest history of the sub ject, the author is of the opin ion that careiul comparison, some research and a calm con sideration of the various changes which have taken place in men's dress result in the conviction that there has been a steady and progressive improvement in its general characteristics, its adaptation to our special wants and its conformation to artistic re quirements. Specifically,...

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 March 1888

EEFUBUO, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH G. 1888. .m -I J3T Bt-, -aaK r?i --i'Run '. - .u -.--'.-iv'fa : rwSKi -..m rrr..j KIRK'S VteltoD LOATING SOAP IS THE CUIFt? -a th 13ath. TVtl, n4 Tjiiinrfrv- !SOW Whlto and Ar--lutalV Pure. X joar dealer dees not keep White Clond So&p. w cents (or sample cute to the bikk. JRS.S.K.RK&CO., CHICAGO. Jfpijeidfl gqiublle, ETEKIXG AXD 1TEEELT. PiTie -U-MIe" r.rlts the Xtw Tork ad West- era -.WKlated rresa D!gpate-ea a.;toe neuter it p ore! j )I8-ii-i. PC M. NICHOLS, TllOS. G. BBOffS, rs-SiDEtT. SECS-T.aT. CHARLKS K. CL.VKK, TEIlSUEIB. SF81HCF1ELD Pil-USilHE COMPANY, Jablltliert and rioprlpto-. fe- .ClalFTOX M. NICHOLS, editor. .THOMAS 0. BROWN.ssociam edito-. Mi CHARLES K. CLABK. bcsisess --xigee. THE ETENIXO UEPC11LIC Is published very evenlnc except Sunday, ana is oeiii iered. at the rate of Ten Cents per week, bln- . CM numbers, two cents. HK SATTJUDAT EVENING BKPDBUC Is twice the size at the reirulardailv edition, with Hrht ntrp fined with edito...

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 March 1888

mmmmmmmmm REFTJBUO, TUESDATEYENrN"G AtAROH 6 1888. n, u ' ;ss iBKrvs 2mK5m m m IU OHIO CENTENNIALS. THE HOUSE VOTES $10,000 FOR EN TERTAINING VISITORS. An KfTort U Made to Reconsider the Vote, but Don not Succeed s. IUsolnllunon the Surplus Offered bj Senator Brad, dock Adjournment Bssolutioa "" fcrcd. Columbus. 0.. March C. The Senate. The follow ins bills were offered- Mr. Alexander To exempt all pre-liii-toric lands from taxation held by any per son, comjiany orcoqioration I or pre-Instori-:al intervMs. not for profit and ojen for the public as juris. Mr. Alexander, (by requests To amend lection iCs'j to tint cities of the third and ourtli Bradw of the third class upon the ume basis of limitation of taxation. Mr. Coulter Authorizing Steubenrille, Jefferson county, to construct a bridge cross the Ohio river at a cost not to exceed tllA,000. Mr. Massie To amend a road law for Uoss county. Mr. Utrrett To require town councils to trade sidewalks the same as streets. CXSOLOTIOV ADOrTE...

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 March 1888

.- . "- . - j -r . s I " -. . " jr T. w. . t. - ,j"a . - - . v . -3 -ivv-. t -jty . -, 1. v-h- ' - -,. nn.- -f .- . -... . it- -l -. r -w. t . ' - r j"i- j..v.t.--3 -ie si, .- .- , ts rTj . t ct-,t .. - -- - - . s--.i.. j , -- t -. K. 9 . -i -J J3' A J. X r! J 3 ' 5. Bps -,,.. ygBOi TUESDAY IPiaJnQyQrMAROg 0. 188, ' . '" .' "w r HBB ft .. n ...... Pt. TmTTYlT ftlH I - - .Hk)Ulil UAT1A ST I w-'lr'ljll waspor urug oiore wAluKAL uAo j comments cartn" "-""-'- eI"JIJI 1 Is the place to get Pure Medicines. ".- '? - rt - rVWj. IX IT"-' . "" .5r frWEENNis, kttw wwferwHfc ef Tobacco SrehiBttfoiaccoCo. 3r .3W Kiwi and get a 10 cHPtaFree. MM-C AIM RtTAIL BY mter&co. ELJ& . . . wtk Mirket Street, JDek. 16 HATS ! iWVu.. . -Wtjftei Stiff. Soft snd CrMlwnu. Jlso. ira m " ilGHTSST MADE. tMrt45pS55 fi(f W Mi-Shirt Maker, 5 Mala Street. .E'S COLUMN. 'W ANTED. float hotae with from 8 to 10 ;M In Rood location; rem Tinc particulars. 'Tth- WP oi!xroonn: hard and iprererreain'aiiny M walk of post...

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 March 1888

ELIsIICTjTDDIII1jsmXJ3.jIj J . .fT-J . " 3J.7TTIC . . ' . .. ' . -. r .- - SSaSBi." ":V"- iV-. -r, --- 'SiSJSEHffiSS'fSfifWE ;, r-v - ----- ,JaMMfciSffrifcifcinf iii mpppgppmpnapmmnmminvniBianHMBnvia tevjS ttwitblfc iprinjjfielft WHELD0N& MERRILL ANTHRACITE COAX. OF THE BEbT QUALITY. WHELDON& MERRILL AXrHRACITK COAJU ALL SIZES. GRAND OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. vm Cor. Washington and Mechanic. SPHmGITELD, O., "WED2JE.SDAY EVENING 3IARCU7. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 57. - isyg1,v-1 a .-'Sty, ,.iM i.... . - ' -.i . ' '""a- ?'"'tfS,'?2iS?'cMKH!SSlfiS!&i ,il-!l-M m in-1 - - mm i H WEATHER FACTS. WiiBiiotoi. Mar. ". Ohio, sunnily wanner. lalrweather "xcept Iictit snow on lakes. Spuing i held, O., ) irch.5, iSSS. J March THE DRESS PH. From the time Adam wore his first fig-leaf apron to the present day, the march ol men's dress has been one of improvement. In the latest and fullest history of the sub ject, the author is of the opin ion that careful comparison, some research 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. — 7 March 1888

't;,""Sj8j REFUBUO, WEDNESDAY WilKlNO. MABOH 7, 1888. if" esv-ssaiS i f iMjg5FS KIRK'S ST FLOATING SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF Fop tho Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow Whito and Absolutely Puro. If jonr desler does rot keep White Clo d P Mod V) cents for sample cake to the makers, JHS. S. KIRK S CO., CHICAGO. ETEXIXG AM) YYEEKLT. The Itfr.ulrilf" print the t w Tork and West- era Associated l'rcs Dispatches andjtue ueuicr Cable (foreign) Tele tram. C. SI. XICHOLS, TllOS. o. mtowx, . rEESlDENT. SECRETARY. CHAKLES K. CLAltK, TREASURER. SPfllHEFIELD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Publishers and 1'roprle.turs. CLIFTON' M. XICHOLS, editor. THOMAS 0. BROWX. associate editor. CHARLES E. CLARK. bcsikessmamoer. TDK EVENING llErUIIUU ll published. every evening except Sunday, ana is aeiiv ered at the rate ot Ten Cents per week, sin gle numberi. Two Cents. THE SATHRDAT EVKNINO REPUBLIC Is twice the site of the regolardally edition, with eight page filled with editorial matter, society news, special features, telegr...

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 March 1888

KWBCV ir I-. HEPUBLIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING MaEOH 7 1888. THE LEGISLATURE. CONSIDERATION OF DOW TAX IN CREASE POSTPONED. The Horn., In the Midst of Much ruslon, Reconsiders the Vote on the Sunday BillThe Member From Clarke Becomei Facetious. Columbus, March 7. The Senate. Mr. Glover's bill to amend tho Dow law dt increasing the liquor tax to 300 and placing a portion of tlie refenues arising therefrom in the State Treasury, was Jhe special order for three o'clock in the Senate. It was read the third time, after which Mr. Rannells moved that a further consideration be postoned and made a stccial order for ediies.day .next, at 3 o'clock. After some secret consultation, the further considera tion of the bill was postpoued by yeas 22. nays U. THE TEMPRNC- AMENDMENT. The vote by which the resolution of Sir. Lftle, ofbcioto. providini; for the submit ting ot a temperance amendment to the constitution to the people was reconsidered u.v a vote oi is to lti. and the Senate ad journed without fu...

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 March 1888

.SSatjsssSBlsSEPSisKii - . '. ' ' 'H. "" ,MM - itEPUBLIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MABQH 7. 1888. r -. M ? ff SWEET HUT, GOLD HAWK, LAWN TENNIS, Are the now brands of Tobacco made by tbo Merchants Tobacco Co. OF DATONi Leave your Name and get a 10 Cent Plug Free. WHOLESALE AND Ri-TAIL BY c, 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. SPRING HATS ! Correct Styles in Stiff, Soft and Crushers. Also, BROADWAY SILK HflT LIGHTEST MADE. The Hatter and Shirt Maker, 5 East Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TIT ANTED Man to take the acency f our If safes: stie25xl3ilSlncbs; welcbtSOOlbs.; retail price J3; other sizes in proportion. A rare chance to create a permanent business at home. These safes meet demand never De lore supplied by other safe companies, as we are not governed by the Safe Pool. Alpine Sate Co.. Cincinnati. 0. 39wed-ab FOR RENT. FOR RENT Four rooms In Phoenix block; suitable for youne men's lodslnc In quire of Thomas Sharp. 52t FOR RENT Two homes elcht rooms each south west corner...

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