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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 13 March 1888

EEFUBUO, TUESDAY EVENING. AJCH 13, 1888. KT iiH if t KM t tf t n. KIRK'S ? FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Bnow White and Absolutely Pure. If Tour toiler doe. not keep White aood Soap. Mod 10 eenu for sample cake to toe makers, JRS. S. KIRK & CO.,. CHICAGO. Springfield gjcpublit ETEX1XB AXI) WEEKLY. The "Be public" prlats the Sew Tork and West- era Associated Press DNpatchri aad;the ueulrr Cable (Foreign) Telegrams. . M. NICHOLS, THOS. O rKISIDI.1T. niioinr, BECaiTlET. CHARLES E. CLARK, TRIASCaia. SPBINGFIELD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Publishers and l'loprletors. .CL1FTOX M. NICHOLS, editor. THOMAS G. BROWX. associaTi iditoe. CHAKLES . CLARK, scsiniss auxiaxa. TBI EVENING BErmuc Is published every evening except Sunday, and Is dellv ered at the rate ot Ten Cents per week. Sin lie numbers. Two Cents. THE SATDRDli EVENINO REPCnLIC Is mice the site of the regulardaity edition, with eight panei filled with editorial matter, society news, special features, telegra...

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. — 13 March 1888

tr ,4 $ i I- I i f TTTT TtTT V f-TTP'PT' rPDT 1 T 1 IlJll iALljl Olll!iLl IlvlAl BY ARGUMENTS MADE YESTERDAY MESSRS. TAYLOR, NASH AND CONVERSE. J Th. letter to Continue thU Mornlnc Th. Jury Getting Impatient The Can Ulcer- to be In the Hands of the Jurj ay -fast Friday. Colcmbcs. O.. March 13. Colonel Taylor resumed his argument Yesterday mornini? at nine o'clock and closed at a quarter after ten. He said that the forgery was concerned the charge was this case is the outcome of an old malicious supplied by circumstantial c idence alone, purpose, formed two ears ago, to put Kob- In order to convict such evidence must be ert 11. Montgomery in the penitentiary, knit together, so that no one link would This puriwse. Colonel Taytor said, was so prove unsound. In this case the circum trong that men, now admitted to be inno- stantial evidence was not so connezted as to cent, were charged along with Montgomery make out a case against the defendant, in order to make the connecting link be- i...

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. — 13 March 1888

vr 1 Li1 if 4 J I'f TTIIERE TOD GET THE LOWEST PRICES AND RELIABLE GOODS. Cheapest Groceries in Springfield. A" Sugar, now 7c per lb. Lion and Atbuckles, now. . . . !2Jc a lb. FineCrackerg 5c per lb. NewFrunes 6fcn.lb. New Raisins 10c per lb. Choice Table Teaches. 20c a can. New Maple Sugar 12Kc a lb. New Maple Sjrup SI. 10 per gal. New Maple Flavored Syrup.. 80c a Ral. Silver Drips 50c a gal. 10 Bars Good Soap for. 25c 3 pounds Ginger Snaps for. . . 25c Stop and Nee Birgains in QUEENSWARE. G.W.PAYNTER&CD. 26 to 40 South Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TITANTED-Medlcal battery. Faradic. see- TT oad hand. Mast be cheap. State price. Andreas Medical Battery. Republic office. TTANTED-A girl to wash dishes and help. ir i'anat;No. oisoutn .Market sireei. 62a WANTED Imifledtately.a young or middle aged man, worth STOu to Sl.euoln cash, to take an Interest in a new lleht manulacturini; business that will pay over 100 percent on Investment- A big chance (or the right m...

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. — 14 March 1888

,---T-A-.,, i- i :,.",- -- Vi-Vt,--'. -.4.2?i; E7"ESe3SW iprtttgfieL tvMto WHELDON& MERRILL SELL PURE LAKE ICE, WHELDON & MERRILL SELL THE BEST COAL, C23C EwA.I. CZT33A.3E". VOL. XXXIV NO. 6; SPRINGFIELD, O., WTEDTISDAY ETOaSETC :MAB0JI1J 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. giflfrirf'irTlnfiffiniiTVA y ilf i - -v- Jr- i iJSu& ;i j-v f w nfrl"" m --li"-ai"?PaB' jysfe-'Tfc'fJ-t-yteffe frji i 1 n ninilfiMHiffiBFiSid y7rtBfciPTIIiJKWKSiiiS8ttt 3Sft3wS5KjlHSl ' ' m I JMMSff'l Iflf i f i'WWI P 1 H ' I'll' ' i '.b 1 11 nmmmmjmm MMM Mf1MlBi l I. i i 11 n . t , , i TTilUir-1' "" y '''"""" ' -?jwSf iff sri u S- & ft ir 1 1 ; r s ,1 WEATHER FACTS. 3 WuBlOTO.Mr. H. Ohio "UtHumry ttroperature. fair ttfather. except llctit suowb on me lakes. Springfield, O., March i-s, 1888. o. S This country now has, per haps, a population of 62,000, 000. By the same count there are (probably) .8,000,000 in habitants in European Russia, 47.000.000 in Germany, 40.- 000 000 in Austro-Hungary, 3S 000,000 in Fran...

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. — 14 March 1888

- s ' 1 - ' ?&? .wviP3r iSIiSMiS j&W vr 1 4 IT ' 1 4 i I ! t ' f & KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF Fop tho Bath, Toilet nod Laundry. White and Absolutely Pure, w - ina. nrd. kiMi TCIiHJ, Plnnd Softs. Mad 10 cents for sample, cake to the makers. JSS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. pngfiUl gUpublifc ETE5IXG AM WEEKLY. Tie "BrBaMlr"i.riut Ike Sew fork aad Went' ra associated Prru I)ltatcliM aa:the Rente r Caala (Ferel a) Telegrams. C. f. XICnOLS, TIIOS. Q. BROWN, 5 raicsiPErr. - sacamav. OIIAULKS E. C1JVRK, TSElSCSta. SPB1MGFIELQ PUBLI5H1RG COMPANY. PnMUhera and Proprietor. CLIFTON M. MCHOLS, ronon. THOMAS O. BROWS', assooiati koto. 0IIARLE6 E. CLARE, bcsixiss VAXiosa, THE KVENIXO KKPUULIO ts published every evening except Sunday, and is deliv ered at tbe rate ot Ten Cent per week. Sin lie numbers. Two Cents. the s.vrnnnaY evening repddlic Is twice the size of tbe regular dally edition, with eight pages filled with editorial matter, society news, special features, telegraphic a...

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. — 14 March 1888

:-?--5.-,- rf-t .c r- -V--ir ' V . -'-;- -v 3rr ' . - " ft-. . . - - & ' iFiJ-V-. afc.T ?!? 1- " jVjaLTiff ma-aw. "-"m liiTii iJaffliiB-mIr.r T P-M ,rti""rt'i'i " " TntTT II lllllllw l IJIM in ii ii i T i vr Is. a - i u M U- bEkM?bpv' - - -- - ,.,.-- . i Wf I wHR gnTiTlttl F F THE NEW DOW LAW. THE NEW DOW LAW. THE HOU3S PASSS3 THS BILL MAKE THS TAX $260. TO ilfty- -Mian, at tha Tax, t Turned Our to tha State Colonel rtomu Ably Mana.es Ills Pet Moamra and It B.C. Ires Just Hnoush Vat to Carry It JJow Law Postponed In the Seunte The IIya.ll Mln lug Dill Paused by the Senate. Colc-pc. Onto, March 14. The Uouie. At three oc!ock Mr. Poorman demanded a call of the House, which showed ninety llx members present. He then reported back his bill to amend the Dow Law by in "creasing the Dow tax. The question before the House was the reconsideration of the rote by which $300 was stricken out an J 200 inserted. Upon the motion to reconsider, the ayes and nays were demanded and the result was...

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. — 14 March 1888

".-x-aeas an - -r iaa -, ifEPDBLlO, ArEDSTES"DAT EVENING. MAKCH 14 1888 SafJg5gBa3B5eSgiaEaEia - ...bw .. uaaSKasateaaA .. . - l - : ' -.'.---Js .I.-''--.'; .....:'-. - , ,3EF9&KSdB.BBKBntia. 1333 Kjjgtiifc?ySBa?Ra3jMLajiigBME,.gasejtta7yaaggaMrgAV&iaaTiiBa3fcCv'qQjTS-sjg -..a-" . - :r5t'i'jseHiiBaaas"Tewsiirsere ,.'-... . m-i rrs-rm'rr'LW-n,'" - - ---""--',- -aMla.---...-.- g. s-. ir"i irn in rrrr - mi ,-rn- ..-.- -- - - , . - , ,-m. X i fvr & S -8 WHERE TOU GET THE LOWEST PRICES AND RELIABLE GOODS. Cheapest Groceries in Springfield. JSTXTW PHIOBS: A'URar, now..t 7cperlb. Lion and Arbuckles, now. . . . 22Kc & lb. Fine Crackers Scperlb. Ifew Prunes etfcalb. NewKalsins..... 10c per lb. Choice Table Peaches. 20c a can. New Maple Sugar lStfc a lb. New Maple Syrup S1.10 per gal. New Maple Flavored Syrup.. 80c a gaL Silver Drips 50c a gal. 10 Bars Good Soap for. 25c. 3 pounds Ginger Snaps (or. . . 25c Stop and See Birgaihs in QCEEMWARE. CIPiTER&CO. 36 to 40 South Mark...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 15 March 1888

yar-jt j-S.J.'ia 5 25SSaCESiii -'-- --'s?i3i'5K3gTi7T"aP"?T: -. LJHynWJffiTy 'Miis ' "' ''"" ; 7 -..'. .... " " P WHELDON&HERRILL fiUtfrftfftl! fr !Iktf1fllH IB lW I 11 WHEIDON & MERRILL SELL THE BEST GOAL. CaSAF. SPEINGFIKLD, O., THURSDAY EVENING EAKCII 15. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 64 Mi TiJTDTTAirTTnr W iL.1 ly IE MLUll m.l'JL' flUw JmlLPW)wXr W JmmxLJm JsLllfJM" JlJE'Jfb' - 03BCHJL.I". 'U . 3 ! HB ' " : Hi v ! 1 y. 1 ': " i ! . r I ii r v- t i u Wade Mr. i toped ti s the ge tramou rcate. Thear 0 23, an liUwhJc, l-wbUl :f, i -J&8&&Z WEATHER FACTS. P WiiBiOTo.Mar. 15. Ohio: armer. lair weather. Springfield, O., 1 March 15, 1888. J SUGGESTIONS for. sraiivs. Barber (to customer) Don't you want a bottle of my Paradise Hair Elixer ? Customer No. I see you have a' parrot in the window ; can he talk ? Barber (proudly) Oh, yes, sir ; I wouldn't take big money for that bird. (To parrot) : Polly, brace up and say some thing. Polly (bracing up with some digni...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 15 March 1888

T l u - , XT U- i KIRK'S vSTf FLOATING SOAP -IS THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White and Absolutely Pure. If your dealer does "O, Whl Cloa !ci Mod 10 cent for sample cake to the maker. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. priujjttld gUpuMU EVEXIXQ AM) ttEEKLT. Te "Re publlf" print, tar Sew York and Wet ra Aiuoclated l'rri Iiatches aatl.thr- Iieuter Cable (Foreign) Telrxrama. O. M. NICHOLS THOS. Q. IinOtVX, raxsinxxT. sxcxinar. CI1AKI.ES E. CLARK, TXK1SCXXS. SPB1NGFIELD PUBLISHING COMPAHY. l'ubllshera and Proprietors. CLIFTON' II. XICUOLS, editob. THOMAS 0. BROWN, jssocijltx xditox. CHARLES E. CLARK, bcsixcss hikioix. THE EVENING UKPUItLIC Is published every evening except Sunday, and is dellv ered at the rate ot Ten Cents per week. Kin els numbers. Two Cents. THE SATURDAY EVENINGS REPUBLIC Is twice the size ot the regular dally edition, with elcht pages filled with editorial matter society news, special features, telegraphic and local news, etc.. and sold only at Two C...

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. — 15 March 1888

'"'"--" pPB&. -t -.,- . -- .- -: V-VC,S..L-SSr- , .'X., rfi-S '-$; .." -. - - .... a-'Ji-':-S:--'-i 'SEfB&i .S&f"SflHi-r --, .vwrr -. - .? rTL. - - c&zSs??- --. J, -S :?.---,. .. . -, Via.---r--F,. r- v.-----.::.--.. - j- - ' - . - - i i IM whl II II' IHTI M'n T it '1 TTT i iaa i -1------ .f-iil-r - --j c5sK:!,?i4Jiv -1- J-"i'--ri---w jfgSernFMMBtaiilll ,1m mniw5sww.ri..iiL- 3fc- PMB Syr "fpT-L aawvv-'iiij"i"" ' - ifc-. " jff. i; ! -( i y ft- il i . s t . IIP P TlElLBltJGHBiLL His1 F .5 BEPUBIIO, THURSDAY EVENING IsIABOH 15 1888. OSflkfiD FN TMS 9NATt AND KB consider ca ft aSorS) -n-mtte r PaUaa fr n-,-iajB the Hooaeimportaat Amtsdi tl te la Herniating- te Const Conmlulnt-J)o XjiwTVUI fiui U amt. Coluhius, Oiirn, iTrch It Th Senate. The following bills utre paswd: H. B. by Mr. TonipUn To antliorizi the council of Athens to transfer funds. H. B. by Mr. Boyd To annex certain territory to the incorporated Tillage of Plain City, in Madison county. H. B. by Mr. Sanford To...

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. — 15 March 1888

$B ifflFUBLTO, THUKSDAY EVENICTQ, MAHCH 15. 1898. I 5 its; -? " : 1LLA 4' r r Ifc o n t TRADE JUST RECEIVED WHERE TOU GET THE LOW EST PRICES AND RELIABLE GOODS. Cheapest Groceries in Springfield. A"Sunar, now Tcperlb. Lion and Arbuckles, now. . . . 22Kc a lb Fine Crackers 5c per lb. NewPrunes e&ealb. New Raisins v 10c per lb. Choice Table reaches. 20c a can. New Maple Sugar 12Kc a lb. New Maple Syrup 31.10 per gal. New Maple Flavored Syrup.. 80c a gaL. Silver Drips 50c a gal. 10 Bars Good Soap for. 25c 3 pounds Ginger Snaps for. . . 25c Stop and See Bargains in QUEENSWARE. THE VIENNESE CARNIVAL. A fresh supply of Lime FrultTablets.made by that superior maker. Utbion. of Man chester. England. They are very PLEASING TO TASTE, And very useful for Coughs. Colds, Nausea, Sick btomach and Drvneea of Throat. We have all Cavors, as Gibson's lime Fralt Tablets, Gibson's Mixed Frnlt Tablets, Gibson1 Gibson's Coltsfoot Rock, All at tbe very low price of Be per ounce. Try them. We also have...

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. — 16 March 1888

it B' sjs I PURE LAKE ICE, j&M k M'WMI'M'X'IW VH'Wy JM 44 JM 4 THE BEST COAL, I VOL. XXXIV NO. 65. . t SPEmGEIELD, O., FRIDAY EVENING MAHCII 1G. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. - .. -., i .. i . i . . i .. . , vr ft It I WEATHER FACTS. ' TDU IJAIIftftAn TRIKF HER CHINESE PUPILS. GEN. REVS VISIT. ; iliu nuiuuvai ussisuui s , . WlSRTVnvnw Mar Ifi -Ohln:l M I . WlBBllOTO.Mar. 18. Ohio: I Colder, lair weather, exeep light rain oranow on lanes. SfRINGFIELD, O., D, O., ) 15. 1888. J March SUGGESTIONS FOX?. SIPRI1V&. Barber (to customer) Don't you want a bottle of my Paradise Hair Elixer ? Customer No. I see you have a parrot in the window ; can he talk ? Barber (proudly) Oh, yes, sir ; I wouldn't take big money for that bird. (To parrot) : Polly, brace up and say some thing. Polly (bracing up with some dignity) bhoot the fc.hxir! ' mere is no. "sprout lor a baldhead, even in spring time, and spring is here." THE TOP THAT SPROUTS. The "top" that sprouts is the peg top. not the bald-top, 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. — 16 March 1888

v-i- i!-,iesa3s - - .--a-.-" : - -ceegS&ti&BaMM&&&. -m S - as?sawScsSES2SsSS!ii'iiL - ",&! BEFUBLIO, FRIDAY EVUNTN-Q. lAECH 10. 1888. ?xoi Ill 'Ml I 1 1 II W I SP I I aw I WW I I I 'III II I PI n l ! Haw an SWl II Bin II m llm II ' IN II I M n II. I Bs 1 I a I I I aa I I ' S i In iH 17 Mir '' H Itt' '3Sg ,31 ST" I . w K8 4 '"'-"KIRK'S- WriiTE.lD FLOATINCSOAP C THE-CHIEF For tho Bath, Toilet ami Laundry. Snow White, and Absolutely Pure. ttVw desler does "1li WSfSSSt lend 10 cent for ssmpl eat to tin makers. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. .spring fidd gljcpubn FRIDU EVEMNQ. MARCH JS. 1888. Cleveland flccllues to decline. We shall have a whole week's eastern mall, all In a bunch. The latest cure lor cancer Is for the vlo tim to be made an emperor. New England Is at last "out In the cold." But so Is "Mr Maryland" also. There Is now no reason why Dakota should not be admitted into the union. Col. E. B. Cash, of South Carolina, has gone off again, lie Is really v...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 16 March 1888

-v . - '&& .. -., .-. ...... ---- -" '.. . . - ,.iw i . ' i i ii i ii i n a "jii?Trcfli-: ftsgaSg'"fgMHMgjairei - -Siif;-:, . .- .... . : a,-.- Kig3fTii3ga nwrni w i m i -v ; -VJif- -" i", , - -aaa3aanwafea'i'JifSB5 , MtmmL ' i i i " ' - - - , j dWBp f M REPUBLIC, FRlAT EVENING MAJJGE 16 1888. If, r it- mW W .- ml m.tmm Tm?.PAVP.lWrf!T??.'l natiomaC lge-slatk I STORM KING'S FROLTH local notices Bl " I "I C af-V J 1 Jj lr : - - ' a WHERE TOD GET THE WEST PRICES AND RELIABLE GOODS. Cheapest Groceries in Springfield. A" Suiar, now Teperlb. Lion and Atbucklea, now. . . . 22Kc lb. Fine Crackers 5: per lb. NewPrunes eKcalh. New Raisins 10c per lb. Choice Table Peaches. 20c a can. New Maple Sugar. .'.... UKcalb. New Maple Syrup..- 51.10 per gaL New Maple Flavored Sjrup.. 80c a. sal. Stiver Drips 50c a gal. 10 Ban. Good Soap for. 25c 3 pounds (linger Snaps for.. . 25c. Stop and See Bargains in QUEENSWARE. C.W.PAYNTER&CO. 3C to 40 South Market Street, r " near High. SPRING HATS !...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 16 March 1888

m&ZiyiSsr lEIiilsllll iflSPTTBLIO,, FRIDAY EVENING, 'MARCH 10. 1888 ..LM. BHI Srik sfef? ' km GREATEST SHOE SALE 01T RECORD! SCHULTE'S GREAT. SHOE STORES offering unheard of Bargains in all classes of Men's, Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes that will astonish everybody THE GREAT EASTER BARGAIN SALE OF FINE SHOES ! Read what Cheap Prices say and come andsee the goods, and you are sure to buy. They are all first quality goods and room must be had for the new Spring stock. ' 500 -,airs Men's Calf " Dongola hand-sawed Shoes at $3 ; 500 pairs Men's Dongola Hand-sewed Shoes, S3 ; 300 pairs all solid calf machine-sewed at $2 ; 200 pairs of Men's Shoes at 85c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $1 75 that " there is a saving of from 10 per cent to 20 per cent to the buyer on each pair. In goods for the Ladies we have 100 pairs Patent Leather Tips at $2.25, that are actually worth $3 Ladies' Donqola, S Common Sense and Opera Toe Shoes at correspondingly low prices. 800 pairs of hand-turned Shoes at...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 March 1888

J--k "-.- ,. -,. --; a H $4mMfc.'' WHELDON & MERRILL SELL WHELDON& MERRILL yrtixfi SELL PURE LAKE ICE, THE BEST COAX., i oaaE-flLi. SPEmGEEELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING ZvIARCH 17. 1888. VOL. XXXIV NO. 66. PRICE TWO CENTS. rVfr'-iSVr .- - i ...i i .mil i - .ri'itMyt-JitsSSEBK')SSsSixWiirKS'iTfi Ki!Ky 'V Prffa?1' sOSs jSSSMnwaaKJtsiHHBwMI1BBBKMM8HS -jfs ,B6BKaB61ctEkS4RvlftBlnI' 7 HiMfiiM-. . t iTTBKRfScScjBKiii"1 ' f& ,SJSI3' : 1 fiew Jy r ift M Ml ft t- 4 WEATHER FACTS. WiiHtioTOa.Mar. IT. Ohio: Colder, threatening weather, occasional lltbt rata or snow. Springfield, O., 1 March 17, 1888. j .Hi NOW READY In Every Department For the Sprint? trade. We have now the largest and handsomest display of Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Children's Clothing ever seen in Spring field under one roof. Our great device is retailing c'othes at manufacturer's price. In hats, we buy for several stores at once, thus getting bottom prices. Then we take small profits in order to push trade. The induc...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 March 1888

.LdXisfeSst:-.-i !? : v. ; - f - ,e-T - U-3as3SKs2h '- .&'MtS itf?5 ijiWJliil IIWIjTI. TrrfrfH'-.-r uurA:rtfrtyTPi,-ir'nMfmli-rTi.lI'i "" , n -- mmr QPBBT TSft-v- . - ". .-V -WJWE vri v '..ZSST ;3KarssW-. J watrxagiTiwn.imiiifciiwi " inisnufl REPUBLIC, SATUED AY EVENING MABCH I7 1888. . r -. t -..- - w- - -.- - -. , .Jfc.- . ,-; '"" "ii.wi IIIM.I... M,,wrW,miij--.ri.gYBWieT'ja '" " r"-l n-1TtT,yTirM'TB'W?TT,mflrTii in """ . . " W S I? i . itT Sr i - r- J -, COUNT THE WEEK LOST. THE EASTERN STORM HAS COM-S-LETELY STOPPED BUSINESS. t, O. Dno'l Trad Review Quotations Scant and of no Value Iron Industry Reeover Very Slowlj Iron 'the Kffects f the Late Strike. Nxw Yoar, March 17. K. 0. Run A Co.'a weekly review of trade will say. The paralysis of biisim&s hero, the stoppage of communication' ami mails throughout the Eastern fctates, ami the costly condi tions under which the scant; business of the past two days has been transacted, mate statistical comparisons for the mo ment 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. — 17 March 1888

. - - - . v v . iyrTrac'.irnTrniTnTHmnnn flxTTTi' n.TnriiTnimrriirTriuiiiTrTYnri: i i i w r iBTWiMTnnrriiTBinTpnrrirrri ti ni iff i T aKkr.&.r--rt'- :Ji.- ;-.rs- as?-.-:... -?,' -i - sUPSMjgM" viP-" 5"r JiSSS3?5Ja.i! .SW3JT TrXWLrAMT' -;- "n Jttt3? JJJ AWr.'iSE ss SATURDAY EYESTTyG MARCH 17 1888. . - - v -y-jaaaajgaEasa lf REPUBLIC, w i x r te f f 1 tuaiiuirtcturmg pmif , anu ir tneir pmns kuo fOWEllOmAGARAFALLS TT, L ?2 "fSS States. in tho United Charles II. Thomas. WHY IT HAS BUILDING NOT OF A LED BIG TO THE CITY. - Interviews with Prominent Men Wio Know Something About the Sahjact. Some of the Earlier Effort! Made by Capitalist! of Other Days. Special Correspondence.) ' Bcitalo, March 12. It is calculated that 10,000,000 cubic feet of water flow jost the village of Aiagara Falls every minute, and that this could be converted into 3,000,000 horso power; and the question that suggests itself to every observing and thoughtful visitor at tho eataact is why this power ha? never be...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 March 1888

gPr SI2S2BB&8i i v - -t ,. - - : . - i.w- .'?-,;--asi 5JMJKBBM vrijS5ii5-?awoatiftMrfi5S & - 1 1 nra EEPUBLIO, SATURDAY EVTSHTffQ, IMAECfl: 17, 1888. ra IM irs i IT -" :'! :VP Bfej I!" s !T 'Jl r re i- ri : i L - Dyspepsia Makes the lives of many people miserable, causing distress after eating, soar stomach, sick headache, heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint," all gone'Teellnj, bad taste, coated , tongue, and Irregularity of DlStrOSS thobowels. Dyspepsia does After not weU ot ltseU- II , requires careful attention, Eating anj a remedy like Hood's Sarsaprrllla, which acts gently, yetcfnciently. It tones tuo stomach, regulates the diges tion, creates a good ap- Sick petite, banishes headache, Jj and refreshes the mind. HoaaaCnO " I lave liecn troubled with dyspepsia. I had but little appetite, and what I did cat mi distressed me, or did me K llttlo good. After eating I DUrn would have a faint or tired, all-gono feeling, as though I had not eaten anything. My trouble was aggra...

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. — 17 March 1888

- cisasaMSBv.:- V '2S EEFUBLIO, SATURDAY EV33TOG MARCH 17 1888. " j&jjiigw BS53li '" '" ir f? 1 H r ir , -- " IV- e- t: j' F. i?a i HEPUBLICAN WARD CAUCUSES Oll.'tl for Moudny Urenliii;, March the I'Jth, fur tin) rurpOKd uf Nominating Wurd Caudldate. Below are the calls of the different wards fur republican caucuses to be held next Monday night for th purpose of putting In nomination ward tickets and selecting deJeeaten to the congressional and city con' ventions. Every republican understands the importance Of attetidinK these meetings and the Imperative necessity of nominating good men for all the oftlces to be filled. The way to get good men in the different city boards is for the people to attend these meetings and carefully select the very best men for the different positions and not leave the work to be done by a few. Every republican voter In the city should make it hi-, buslneis to attena wee caucuses .Mon day night. Fiimt Wakd CAtrcrs The republican voter of the First wa...

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