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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 8 March 1888

JailM jtefldwfr. ptiu WHELDON & MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL ANTHRACITK COAL OF THE BEST QUALITY. -ArHRA-CITE CO.AJL.. ALL SIZES. BRAND OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. Cor. Washington and Mechanic. SPRINGFIELD, 0 THURSDAY EVENING iMARCH 8. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 58. ikw Iv WEATHER FACTS. E VTasHiiuToa. Mar. S. Ohio: Wanner. lair weather. Springfield, O., 1 March S, 1888. J New Spring Overcoats, Children's Suits, Youth's and Men's Pantaloons. The handsomest line of the above goods "ever shown in the city, just received. We are now daily receiving many new things for Spring and Summer wear. THE WHEN, 25 and 27 West Main Street. SHOULD EDUCATE FOR RROCIT. Oier tell llinasand Students in business. 33 a ears before the pnbhc Instruction thorough ana not expensive. Actual business. branches. Bookkeeping. Writing, Arithmetic and Corres pondence, bend for cata!(Mues. KELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE, Sprinsteld.O AND CINCINNATI. LACONDA LACONICS. Items of Interest from Springfield's Idrely Li...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 8 March 1888

is9 t,--'V --. t - - - . -- - -p x-" Ti'vv :, -. -(t .. Ji.li PW tJl'J .jiL-iaTei .j. 'LTt t . 5 tt. . Zxf jr- H REPTTBLIO, THURSDAY- VIN1NG, MAIiOJI 8. 1888. if KIRK'S vMfftKfe c!9bD I Qiiincj Campbell, of the llellefontalne itepubltcan, ami Mr. Laraonte (S. ltty mind, of the Allegany County Rcpubll ictn, Angelica, N. Y., still fly tho Wain. I flu:, but Ksjnioud, who was formerly cu.- I plojed on the IiEPl"Bi.lc, has rattier innri The "llouud Table" man of the Ohio State Journal gives this Important Infor mation about tho lady who is lilely to ue ceed Sirs. Clevelsnd a3 talsrress. of the ex ecutive mansion: Senator Sherman has a very amiable faith In his came than our Ohio contempt- , 'r,'?,uh,)eri' "l"0 If ?" ''f? "f rrv i, vetslw.wn. I the. it ! m her In public, al who have haJ tie fortune tils paper Mr. Raymond makes the follow- FLOATING IS THE CHIEF Pot trio Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow Whits and Absolutely Pure. If roor dealer doos rot Veep White Cloud Soap Mod 10 ceota for ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 8 March 1888

----- riTii j... EEPTIBLIO, THURSDAY EVENING iLLEOH 8 1888, i - ft.'- H THE LAW MAKERS. THE HOUSE SETS ASIDE AN IMPORT ANT DECISION. a is Dow Ta Inoreae Dill Postponed A Bill l-rsntdlns; Car ffutfwm Wittw at lutruslaed la Uls Senate. Colckdcs. 0M Mara- 8. Th e Senate. KiIXS rASSSB. 8. B. by Mr. Morboti 1 provi Jo ajainst tho collection of usurious inter-si on chat tel mortises, etc 3. U. ly Mr. Adam riling the form ( tux rocuipts, and providing a penalty of t-5 fur ouuiity treasurers to doliver any sllicr. U. H. bjr Mr. McCray Ts autli.riro ths Council o. Ashland, Ashland county to transfer funds. H. II. by Mr. Bramaa Prorlding that; at tho first election held ia a city or village after the same has been divided into warus. the laembersof Uie Council residing in a ward shall, if they aro three in number. j lWm.i-.ter, which position ho held until act as judeu. of election, otherwise thail-vj.'i. lie was an honest, unricht businc-s iu'li. iaU to appointed by th Council. 11. IX br Mr....

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 8 March 1888

;F5S j" 4? r-- ?r gSFPBI20, THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 8. 1888. FasaTri t" SWEET HUT, GOVD HAWK, LAWN TENMS, Are the now brands of Tobacco made by the Merchants Tobacco Co. OF DATON: Leave your Name and get a 10 Cent Plug Free. WHOLESALE AND RiTAIL BY c. 3G to 40 South Market Street, nenr High. SPRING HATS ! Correct Styles iu Stiff, Soft and Crushers. Also, BH0ADWAYS1LKHAT LIGHTEST MADE. HTFES The Hatter and Shirt Maker, 5 East Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. "TTTAXTED To rent a house of Are or six IF rooms within fourornve squares c room with Id Jour or five squares o the Arcade. Rent not to exceed 510 or S12. Ad Rent not to exceed SlOorSl- dress, C. H. S ST west High street. 68a FOR RENT. FOR RENT Two houses eight rooms each south west corner Plum and North-cisterns. city water and all conveniences. In quire M north Market street. SU FOR REXT large brick house of 11 rooms, laundry, stable and cood sized back yard recently remodeled and tainted: has elty water and goodclstrn No ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 March 1888

.&a " afejnufflamiBBi MSMMHCSSk TVWrwrsrs. vr K8 WHELDON & MERRILL .SELL, PURE LAKE ICE. WHELDON & MERRILJ. SKIVL COIL IF III KINOS. xm SPBrSTGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVENING INLAECIT 9. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 59. ftw ftemunk. mm c WEATHER FACTS. B WitHixaroi. Mar. 9. Ohio. I Warme r, fair eather. Springfield, O., March 9, 1888 . New Spri ing Overcoats, Children's Suits, Youth's and Men's Pantaloons. The handsomest line of the above goods ever shown in the city, just received. We are now daily receiving many new things for Spring and Summer wear. THE WHEN, 25 and 27 West Main Street. mm SHOULD EDUCATE FOR PROFIT. Oier ten thousand Students in business 3J rears before the public Instruction thorough xn3 not expensive Actual business. Branches, Ilooklteepinjr, Vritinp, A nth me tic and Corres pondence. 2end for catalogues. NELSON BUStESS COLLEGE, Springfield.O AXD CIXCIXXATI. ILLINOIS REPUBLICANS. Organization of a Peimanent League Clubs. Sntisr.FiELD. III., March...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 March 1888

FsjmSS?, ' . J3T?'S?t JS?V , irsnnvrocaB9mBicvaaacraiR BEPV&UO, jPAYr-EKIIS'G, taAKOfl H. 1888 imses Trmm,riiirifi-iii''nrtirt1rfif-irfnrrifnrmriiiiiiiiiMrrir .-- .-s(J---s-s ---- --w. - KIRK'S rCM "FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For the Bath, Tollot and Laundry. Bnow Whites and Absolutely Puro. If row dealer doe J" &!?&. Mod 10 mm for sample cm- to the msi-ii, jas. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. EVESIXfi AM) WEEKLY. Ts"niulllr" prints the Sew Tori and Went era Anwx-Uted Press DKpaUlel lad the Ilruter Cable (Foreign) Telegrams. C. M. MCIIOUS THOS. O. URUWX, ,, . rHUIDiaiT. 81KRCTiBT. ? -.' CII VRLES K. CL.IUK, tm.SCUI. SPBIHGHELQ PUBLISHING COMPANY, Publishers and l'toprlrtore. CLIFTON 11. NICHOLS, kditok. TIIOMAS O BROWN. "ocit -dito-. CHARLES K. CLARK, scsnricss kamgis. THE EVEMNO KErCHLia Is published every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate of Ten Cents per week, stn lie numbers. Two Cents. THE HATUUDIT EVKNIIfO KKPTJBIJC Is twice th&slzeof the reenter da...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 March 1888

! THE HOUSE JOURNAL STILL THE SUBJECT OF CONTEN- TIONON THE SUNDAY LAW. Dow Tax Increase lilll Referred to Colon! Poorxnan 3iu-ero-s 11 11 Con. aider-. In Both nwiues. Coi nusca, March 0. The Senate. The following bills were passed: IL B. by Sir. Schuler To amend an act entitled an act to divide Whetstone township, Crawford County, into two elec- uw pis Jl lltl I WUKU wiu, i. uanicu -ub, (iui, jveiluatl S el" li. B. by Mr. Yinnedge Fixing the sal fort in the bha de. Arrauetnuis are ary of the Judge of the Court of Common being ma- to hare either Uamillon Pleas, of the Second Judicial District, at Hauttor William Toll go over the falls on 5SSJm.0re,?er ?Sr,U,a" he now Kxly- the Canada aide in the laurel in wu.ch tuev B- b T: $uk'irT 'Otton", "f made their tr.p Auj. 3. lb., ana in whici J,-; UnoHW-toyHhog county to , nimU, the trip w.tu Sadie Allm in levy a tax of two mills for school purines. . .. ,. , , , ,, Z.RbyIr.Hanltou-Toa-tI.or.-etl.e lumber o. the su.u. iu.r -heiuuier -fc-one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 March 1888

, .' -ns , '--' iWmwdih.,;.,,., -vJ ttElTTBLTO, FRIDAY EVENTffG. lARCH 0. 1888. Ma ! nwSH CHE3AP II UEENSWARE LAMPS Now Open and Heady for Spring Trade, with Great BARGAIN'S! 70 pieces, fine Luster Band Ware, for $6.50. 70 pieces, fine Stone China Ware, for $3.50. 56 pieces, fine Stone China Ware, $2.75. 56 pieces, fine Decorated Sets, $5 and $6.50. Fine English Decorated Chamber Sets, $2.50. Fancy Stand Lamps, with decorated shades, only 75c, 95c and $1.45. Latest Novelties in Small Goods, Cheap, at c I SI I I III IB I Ull Ul UUI 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. SPRING HATS ! Correct Styles in StifT, Soft and Crushers. Also, BROADWAY SILK HAT LIGHTEST MADE. The Hatter and Shirt Maker, 5 East Main Sfrept. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TTAXTET) Good respectable woman or girl If to assist In care of an Invalid. Good reierenee requirea. van at once at iu. it. Linden avenue. 59b FOR RENT. FOR RENT A large house with one and one hall acres of ground for gardening or trass. Call soon at...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 March 1888

,v- i&ac Nftia .DON & MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL SlKLL- GOAL DF ALL KINDS. HtCLL, E LAKE ICE. SPBTBTGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVEHmG atABCII 10. 1888 PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 60. ; 1 at, skz;z; Hyykgfielft jfaflfllj 4(4 .iLIt whe 44OTi.TTmTr WAP W W PUR WEATHER FACTS. WitH!0Tox.JIar. 10. Ohio Wanner. lth light rain or snow, followed by colder, fair weather. c SrRIXGFIELD, O., March 10, 18S8. TIE IOL JEWEL Prof. Shimmer brings for ward the somewhat plausible theory that the basis of dia mond formation is liquid or liquefied carbonic acid. In deed, facts observed by differ ent savants tend to show, it is said, the presence of this agent in the coating of the most valuable of gems. Whether this is so or not, we can't see that it amounts to much. It is getting to be a fashionable fad to collect dia monds. Rich people have them by the dozens, strung on strings or packed in boxes to be handled like pebbles. What is the sense of it ? We advise our customers not to engage in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 March 1888

maumnwrc tun ,mMuuhi TIEPFBLTP. SATURDAY EYE2TCTG MARCH 1888. I TrtH mfMU THE LAST WITNESS. TESTIMONY IN THE TALLY SHEET CASE CONCLUDED. Grand Jnror William llontlpin the T.nt TTltDMl Callest Argument to Itegln Toaj Four s,peeelie fur th Mat j and Three for tlie Defense. CoLt-Mnrs. O.. March 10. The motion to Mrikc nut Mr. Hilling's testimony was arttneil yesterday morning by Judge Nash for the Slate .and Mr. Con Terse and Colonel Taylor for the defense. Judge Nash argued that the part of the tes timony relating to Lizzie Kayner was irrel evant to the issue befnre the court. All ot the testimony should bo stricken out be cause it was fn violation of the attorney's privilege. Judge'ash spoke but a short time and Mr. Converse then replied for the defense. He argued that there was nothing in, Mr. Ilulings testimony which came within the scope of the attorney s privi lege. Mr. Converse referred to the pur chase of the Chicago information, and .aid that (he part which Mr. Huling bore in ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 March 1888

REFT7BLI0, SATURDAY EVEffrETQ MARCH 30 1888. KTl i t fc fflj- UPS ANO DOWNS OP LIFE. Why It la Eaiirr to Govern Than to Run a Grocery Store. wwir icenlaia as tdo stage manager I toM meI crawled off. I will not describe tho licav y man's speech. It vvns ilrovvueJ in J ell uf laughter. Chicago Mail. The Embarrassing s-ltnatlon In Which an Artor Wkk Placed. Mr Frank Harvey narrates this incident: Years ago, in what we are now pleased to call tho good old "stock days," I was playing an engagement in Leeds. At that time eight or ten plaj s w ere produced n a single w eekt and one rehearsal was considered sufficient for each play I w as cast for a small illam's part in a drama called '"Peddler's Acre " I had to le stabbed in a front scene by the heavy man, curve him, and fall dead Tho supers were to enter from the O 1 sid , raise and carry mo off, the heavy man remaining on to doJ im a speech before the change of scene. "ow, if there was one thing our heat y man loved it was a solo speech...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 March 1888

COtTBTi J iF C REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING, iEARGTI 10, 1888. tf! $priugt!ifUl gfpu&H EVENING AMI WEEKLY. Till IlcpuMaf" prl.t, Ikr n lork ltd West era lawtltlcil I'ret, UUttht 4 tke Rrutir tabled arrlga) Ttlrcrsm.. C. M. NICHOLS, THOU. O. llHOWN, rRIMDIXT aKXITlBT. CHAKLKS K. CUKK, TKHTara SPBINGFIELD PUBLISHING OIFIIT, ruMtUier iiHfl Pi4prltt CLIFTON M. NICHOLS, eiutor. THOMAS fi. I1HOWN. iiraomt intros. CIIARLKS E. CLAUK. nntMV! iao. Tllr. MCMM1 ItFI'lTHUO It published every eveninj except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate ol Ten 1'e.uta per week. Mo de numbers. Two CenU. TUB SVTI IIDVV hVl-.NlSrCI KKl'CnUC Is tv. ice the size of the regulardally edition, .tth Aiht Mint, ntii with editorial m&tter. aoeiety news, special feature, telegraphic and local news, etc and told only at To Lenti. THE WSKKI.T HEPUUt-ir n published every Thursday, an Is one ot the most com plete family newspapers la the country ; eight paze.mri.ets complete. KeplelewitH news and mlvellany " One Do...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 March 1888

1HMF'SwE BE--, i i T-Tnll r" -' SEPUBIIO, SATURDAY EVETO-TG MAEOH 10 188-3. . I VT- -r W I J " 4 J i II I WHERE THE TROUBLE LIES Ir. )iu-.n .Vtibdtt n urilf lo l'l'mnuttl Church Foplp. The followinc extract from one of Dr. Abbott's talk to his people has several Kood point:) applicable to an) locality, and it it consequently reproduced for the bene Utof ltu'LiiLic readers: -"The haUH.11. What It Is, and What Shall We Do With It?" was the subject of Dr. Lvniau Abbott's dWcoune at Plymouth church last uiijit. 'Temperance people forget," said l)r Abbott, "that one reason why men frequent the saloon- lt becaue thej are thirst). Vou ma) walk from Cen tral park to Lnlon quate on a hot Aiicust afternoon and ciuuot get a glass of water except in a liquor shop. "Temperance peoi le alo forget that m n and others out of no k IjuuitIiib in tie wharves, hae no plate to go for shelter i xcept the saloon We ought to have along the whan es of New York coffee roams u here men could go for shelter an...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 March 1888

. . -J Tjft?y-tCTsaTOagttfleM!W3BaB jm1IM&1&ii&fymife3teQtoiu)kJft 'i iJT Kan?- w .wtfWMo'w'wrMra?"'- - '-i" v. k. REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EYTS3XG MARCH 10 1888. Si .: a r 1 cl w THE GOVERNORS' DOLLS. SOME CURIOSITIES OF THE GRAND ARMY FAIR AT WASHINGTON. Doll Ilalilm Which- Have Itolled th ' iraums iew "S erit IIers told me yesterday nag ewemi nonius. mi lup iuaiu..u.M that wcjTclj f l.wxi for a (.ingle magazine the four all, ami each booth H named after ftrtic0 wind, bo told to Tho Conturj , and LOVE .ND DEATH. uten mo rase cnie ny in America, but means limply abstinence from meat, with the j lullrat liberty in tnu matter 01 mint, egg , LOCAL NOTICES. Worth Knotting. llr. W. II. JIorKan. merchant. Lake some .h-tiiiKuiJicl soldier or iiilor mid a Zuor Cullom nwnal smiotrtun. ultci I cannot .peaL thcorJ toherdubunlen-dear. "' ".."f "m ' I extremists "re-' Mr.W' " MorKan. merchant. I.aKe portrait of the irun after bom it is iuiul JKZ for tbo article La rot on the Nor ktir b! r...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 March 1888

BS Ski HEPTJBLTO, SATURDAY EVENING MARCH 10 1888. 'f.4 , 1 3 2 a KING AND QUEEN OF DENMARK. Tlie Tzar is Tlirlr nu in I-ivv hihI lie Delight, to Vllt Thrni. (Special Correspondence Is'rw YoitK, HarrhS. Christian IX. kins of Denmark, iul Ins queen. Prim s Luuim, of IIs Cassell, are liy uo nir-ins nmoiy tbo Kreatt-4; nioiiarchs, but they occupv tliovery liuo'alocbition of boms the ivareiit of the' o greatest ladies m Kurort', ami tho . i:ra3liareiit-of at least tkrw lines of kings Kiivian, English and Greek, Qucon Louiso nuiy justly take rank as the gnvtest match imler in history, for 0110 of her daughters 1, Czarina of Uussia anil another l'mii-css. ,t Wales anil future queen of Knlaml, though tho mother was herself only a ihichcss. liy I'lrth, and became queen by a sort of acci dent. s5 The Danish government is very popular and there are no Nihilists m l)eninir. Tho Ling and queen occupy their places by tlia force of a curious combination a revolution, a .Teaty irid a vote of the po...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 March 1888

gaaHBM5:,'"TiBWIBll i mm mi lili ""- ' "" "" mm,uu t?S5E . g' HI' I a - tY5tdaZH e ; - v rvj i assess s- VT- i X I iffigObaLia Saturday flvMm&,ilAijqH io.ji8.. PEE LAMPS Now Op n snd Heady for Sprin Trade, with Great BARGAINS! 70 pieces, fine Luster Band Ware, for $6.50. 70 pieces. fineSttfne China Ware, for S3.50. 56 pieces, fine Stone China Ware, $2.75. 56 pieces, fine Decorated Sets, $5 and $6.50. Fine English Decorated Chamber Sets, $2.50. Fancy S and Lamps, with decorated shades, only 75c, 95c and i 1.45. Casper's Drug Store Is tho place to get Pure Medicines. Casper's Drug Store Is the place to get Fine Chemicals. I Casper's Drug Store Is the place to get Iatent 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. ChARITIES. ' N" 'J 8 mmi1mmvi - r "vn ' ' " "iinTMiHTWartttB i...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 12 March 1888

.K- '" r "sssauant ' ?r- :"- . - - - -i. , V UHsHd' n mi www T'rr a iaicfMrMintiiTM; . k ltmfc, i &. LI 2 I WHELD0N& MERRILL SELL PURE LAKE ICE. punxt SPRIN'GFIEIJ), O., MOJmAsY EVEraG- iEABCH 12. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. "Vi -. 7S..;.... . &5&t.& A aS &. A H ' IS XS& xSft fK B ? If-' nniirfffine SUttttftlMf fP&MJi Mi m uuhl ur hll iiiiuj. rr ; y ... ml VOL. XXXIV NO. 6i. E v ' iii i IhHb m e i t i - -- .. . i .i , , rri -r LI i WEATHER FACTS. is WiBBiiOTOx.Mar. 1! Ohio Warmer, with liuti rain or suo . iniiuuru ny comer, lair tamer. Springfield, O., 1 March 12, 1888.) TIE fttJEIL Prof. Shimmer brings for ward the somewhat plausible theory that the basis of dia mond lormation is Imuia or liquefied carbonic acid. In deed, facts observed by differ ent savants tend to show, it is said, the presence of this agent in the coating of the most valuable of gems. Whether this is so or not, we can't see that it amounts to much. It is getting to be a fashionable fad...

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. — 12 March 1888

! - t 2 1 f ft y-r r"-- t$ha-amrr'rmefrtrr KIRK'S m ypt FLOATINC SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF For the) Bath, Toilot and Laundry. Bnow Whlta and Absolutely Pure. It yoer Heller does not keep White Clood op Mid 10 cenu for simple cake to the makers, jns. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. jmttflfidd jgj,fpublta EYEKttG i WEEKLY. The "Be nubile" print the New York sod fl est erm Aanwlated Press llispatches aeilthe He liter Cable (r orrisa) Telca-rams. M. MCIIOUS XIIOS. G. HROWN, rEisiuivT. atcatirtv. CHARLES K. CLAltK, Tausuan. SPBIH9FIELD PUBLISHING COMPANY, Publisher and Proprietors. CLIFTON' M. XICHOLS, kditob. IIIOMAS O. BROWX. associate iditob. CHARLES E CL RK. busimss MAtAOii. THE KYKMG KKl'UHLIO is published every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate of Ten Cents per week, bin lie numbers, lwo Cents tuk HvrnnniY kvkm.vo republic Is twice the site of the regulardaily edition, with eight paces filled with editorial matter, society news, special features, telegraphic and local news...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 12 March 1888

sa5saf "2fS3wrBBB'-l sS3aga-S&glgaiaSsrtss aBrare-r ime. TTaaaSr- ' .paayl'g'aasgE tirararMMrapiimWi'Wt'TfT , '" rTtrmr-rr-i. Will III i nil i i ' i i mm ' " x 3! ff-I fT e ti r. 'IS - ft - , wp nuHp a-aaaeaaa aaaaa aaaaaaai aa a-aBi-sa ' v ami vri m-mli ir initrr-"yr yinirfniyT Igjf IP THE ARGUMENTS BEGM AND THE BEGINNING OF THE END COMES IN SIGHT. Proaeeator Haling for the State, and Colonel Taylor for the Defense, Di vide the Day In Suinmluc up the Case Ui the Jury. CoLovntn, March 1, Prosecuting Attorney Huling ojwiieJ the case of the Stale Saturday in a three hours" speedi- occupying all of the fore noon. Colonel Tajior sioke for the de fense during the afternoon, and had not concluded his remarks when court ai iourncd. He will he followed on Monnay by Jmlge Kaih for the State. The argu ments n ill occupy the greater part of next week. After a brief reference to hii physical condition, Mr. Iluling proceeded wit'i his argument. "He said there was more in volved in this case ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 13 March 1888

qntfrifr WHELDON & MERRILL SI2L.T., WHELDON& MERRILL $tm THE BEST COAL, PURE LAKE ICE, oscss.a.f. '1 SPETNGITELD, O., TUESDAY EVEimTG tARCH 13 1888; PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 62. gp -- i...l.iii r Him iiiiii. lJjMMMa.jraiapflCKl fttlh pattg v A, H s i; . i f I ! f WEATHER FACTS. 0 Ws.BHivoTox.Mar. 12. Ohio CI Warmer, with llcbt rain or snow, followed by colder, talr weather. Springfield, O., March 13, 1888. IS I This country now has, per haps, a population of 62,000, 000. By the same count there are (probably) SS.ooo.ooo in- naoitants in curopean Russia, 47.000,000 in Germany, 40, 000 000 in Austro-Hungary, 38 000,000 in France, 37,000, ooo in Great Britain and Ire land, 30,000,000 in Italy and 17,000,000 in Spain. The population of none of the other countries of Europe reach 10,000,000. In July, 1S90, when the next census comes, we will probably show 67,000,000 inhabitants. Of course the great ques tion begins to loom up, '"How shall these peoplebe clothed?" We have a...

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