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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 March 1888

REPUBLIC), SATURDAY EVENING MARCH I7 1888. m i H EX-SENATOR J. G. FAR GOSSIP ABOUT ONE OF THE MOST PECULIAR MILLIONAIRES. m Travels and Advcntnrea Kalakaua'a Swim How Fair Took In Justice Field. A Story or Wajartl Senator Fair's Life jat Ban Francisco. . Special Correspondence. - WAsnntaTOX, March 12. "James 0. Fair and servant This is the way the millionaire ex-senator from Nevada signed his name bn tho hotel register when he arrived in Washington the other day. A tall, straight, hroad should ered, full chested, rather heavy man, his hair is now gray, and his beard is of that sable silver which covered the chin of Hamlet's father. He is now out of public life, but he de lights in telling the stories of his congres sional experiences, and of how he carried his state in his pocket and gavo offices so freely to his handful of constituents. He is a man of ability, and he has had the money maVing sense to snch a degree that ho is worth, per-' baps, $23,000,000, and he is one of tho few ...

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. — 17 March 1888

3tM.Tfi8MftsssggsgSgaag3a n wrrwrrrrt,nmmrf . . - 'v - - - REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EYEING IAHOHf17r1888. ' &: f tS Ik : w "Cr f- ( H "What do j ou want P he Inquired of the man who held the subscription book. "One dollar." "And what forp "To bury n. iwliceman." The sport fished out a $5 bill and handed it to the man. "Bary Ave,' he said Chicago News. ITanlly a Decent Itnrial. Jones Look at Brown orer there In the corner. Smith Yes; buried in thought. Jones Mighty shallow grave, a"1't i" Washington Critia A .Delicate Comnlltu.nt. Sliss Clara Younc Mr. Sampson paid me such a pleasant compliment last evening, EtheL Miss Ethcl-Oh, did h! Miss Clara Yes; I wan complaining about being compelled to do seme shopping in that dreadful rain storm yesterday. He thought I must have found it delightful because it was such fine weather for ducks. He has such a delicate way of jetting things. The Edocu. HE .DIDNT "CATCH ON." A Marine Story ol an Unsuccessful At. trmpt to Catch a 1'lc. There are miny...

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. — 17 March 1888

f-r'"' " 5K. 33SBB.. .,.-, -., . ,.Try-Tw?TwrfMO-r--. J. jUSPU-BLIO, SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 17. 1888. s'.KiiCTi&gasi'Bgs&JE-ttas .BMS3asgEggCTa,3itajigajaf:jiM' ' " P)iw.st'j53C5!f-- TjstLrimxabm-'' n? m 'S IFVAJUHOTTsS SOAP FOR EASY WASHING, 11EDCCKD TO 5 cts. PER CAKE MJLY AT- c. 36 to 10 South Market Street, near High. All Styles, Lowest Prices. HYPES, The Hatter and rurnlsher, JS E. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED Man. to take the agency of onr safes: size MxlSxlS Inches, wellht 500 lbs.; retail price 535; other sizes in propor tion. A rare chance to create a permanent business at home. These "ales meet a demand ever before supplied by other safe compa nies, as ire are not governed oy me saie pooi Alpine Safe Co., Ctnclnntl.O. TTJANTED Immediately, a young or mlddle IT aced man, worth $700 to $1 MO In cash, to take an Interest In a new lleht manufacturing business that will pay over luu per cent on in- THTmnL A hlffrhtnen for the rfcht man. Address for particular....

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. — 19 March 1888

11 T k- ii B WaanixoTfli.Mar. 19. Ohio: Warmer, fair weather, fol lowed by occasional light ralnorsnow; westerly winds. Springfield, O., March 17, 1888. NOW READY In Every Department For the Spring 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 clothes 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 inducements we offer you are honest material, sound workmanship and a price that has no dealer's mar gin in it, but only the manu facturer's profit, which is what does the business for THE WHEN, 25 and 27 West Main Street. P. S. Square dealing, all goods marked in plain figures and one price to all. IN COURT. Buslne Transacted on the OItII Docket This Morning. Judge White transacted the following 'business ta'commorrprexs'ctwrrthis mortfn In?: William II. Toun...

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. — 19 March 1888

ia2SaiiiilS3l '?-' """ a.j.iait-ji'myt!3faaft -yaKaH wis, naeassmm; EEPTTBIJO, MONDAY EVENHTQ, MARCH 19. 1888. i 1 ik es- -jf sr I I IP? iK e I? IP ! KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP -IS THE CHIEF Fop the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow Whites and Absolutely Pure. It jtrar dealer does not seep White Cloud Soap. lend n cents for sample esse to the makers. JRS. S. KIRK 5 CO., CHICACO. ptiugfidtl gkpublit MONDAY EVENING. MARCH 19. 1B88. Pickaway county republicans are solid for Sherman and Bob Kennedy. The Santa Fe Mrike.13 off. It ooght never to have been "on." Chief Arthur says so. Qulncy Ward's statue of Henry Ward Beechex Is to be erected near the entrance of Prospect park, Brooklyn. We received Sunday's New York Tribune and Saturday's Xenla papers, at one and the same time, this moraine. Hon. J. D. Taylor, an excellent man in all respects, will be renominated to congress In the Seventeenth (Guernsey) district. General Boulanger has established his position as the biggest liar In Europe. He has...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 March 1888

S3? lWS3(HSBMM P: r 'Tf';'5 - STr-: iief?.-V' r 3r ' - " T KEPUBIIO, MONDAY EYEPHNG MABOH 19 1888. MBSfSSS . w-.-ll'i -y ' -111 mitti"r .- git ft j rf ftv ft- THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. SENATOR 1NGAU-S' REPLY TO COL ONEL FINLEY ANDERSON. Representative Scott Kxpresses hi. Tliwi on the) Tariff BUI What CoipiH Iflll do This Week International Council of WomenWeekly V. anther Crop Bulletin. Th- Sonata. Wahisqto, March 19. To-dar and to-morrow are to be devoted in Uie Senate to the calendar. The bulk of the bills w hich will be reached on these two day are of a prh ate nature. Mr. Wilson, of Mary land, may get tbe floor for a while to-day to deliver a speech on the 'inefficient mail service," in the west esecially. and the en tire country generally, in answer to tbt speech by" Mr. Paddock, of Nebraska, seeral days ago. Chairman Morrill, of the Committee on Finance, wants as early consideration as pos sible of the " bill passed by the House authorizing the Secretary of the Treaurv to imest th...

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. — 19 March 1888

SIP y St- Myw- r- 39n&&&rs MtMRSSsSBsaseaEssasaSBSiiMKiaBMer jrJEPtfBLIO, MONDAY ITTIiNTHG. MAROH 19. 1888. i'S F.ATVrQTJg SOAP FOR EASY WASHING, REDUCED TO 5 cts. PER CAKE DNLY AT- G.W. PITITEB ft CD. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. All Styles, Lowest Prices. HYPES, The Matter and FaraUher, S K. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. ANTED-To rent a house of 4cr5 rooms, large lot. with stable, suburban property preferred. Call on or address, Erie. 72 Arcade. WANTED-Laee curtains done up neatly. Now is the time. Bring them to 29 N. Market street. Mrs. Carman, 67t' vTTANTED-Gtrl to do general housework In 11 small family; must be well recommended. Twnnit2rt Fprnellff avenue. 67b WANTED Immediately, a young or middle aged man. worth S700 to 1.030 In cash, to take an Interest In a new llcht manufacturing business tharwlll pay oyer 100 per cent, on In vestment Able chance for the right man. Address lorpartlculars. D. U. Nash. 325 Supe rior street. Cleveland. O. 61 ITTANTED ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 20 March 1888

3l iff WHELDM4IERRIU fWf Wfff I fo feftjftl ft Wit llf f S 1 T.TJMP COAL, - $3.00. JSM W JlfM W&& IV WWWJ MWfrJmP 41' -P Jl' 1'' ANTHRACITE COAL, $7.00. g ; MJT COAL, - - 2.75. IT - fe5: ! ANTHRACITE COAL, 6.75. If i VOL XXXIV NO. 68. SPEmGMELD, O., TUESDAY EVENING lARCH 20. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. ! jj M mi r t r li WEATHER FACTS ii WiHiOTO.Mar. 30. Ohio HUh winds on Uke. station ary temperature and rain, followed bT colder. with Unlit snows and cold wave. Springfield, O., March 20, 1888. J THESENSEOFTASTE Recent experiments to de termine the delicacy of the sense of taste found the limits of taste to be : .046 grain of sugar barely tasted; .015 grain of salt barely tasted ; .003 grain ol tannin tasted ; .0015 grain not tasted ; .0015 grain muriatic acid barely tasted ; 0000S grain saccharine barely tasted ; 000008 grain strychnine barely tasted. The extraordinary sweetness of saccharine is well known by these experiments. The True Test. The "sweetness ol saccha rine" isn't ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 20 March 1888

hliiilll ffSp mmmmaammmimmSmmmSimlit '"iHmiiii mTiiiiiiiii jjla""', MM.,.,!irjgiZiL. ' ' .'"", ' '" ' ' ' ' '" " " ----. ' 'VaflsissFl ffEFtTBLIO, ITO'I-1 TUESDAY JCVJUONG, ilAEOtt 20, 1888. ?- i nm-n-mnii(ttmiBtatxaaamamasammamiwtnm. rtanBaamemBBaamaBmmmmmmmtammBmmipmmmmmwmmwmv nm-mnrr. i n-m . . . t i tm H -mi -?& m -rS 5 mm ik i -ai 43 3. 1 KIRK'S WHITE.! cm 4 FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For the. Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow Whlto and Absolutely Pure. If joor dealer doea not keep White OonSSwP. letd H cents for sample cake to the mttera, JHS. S. KIRK & CO., CKICACO. jpriugfidtf gtpublU TUES34.T EVENING. aURCH 20. 1888 So mugwump uee.1 apply this ear An alleged biographer of Grant is In Badeau-der. Springfield republicans are in nitchty good shape. When a man git e- himself away nobody- can restore him. Atr. John Foos will be one of our two delegates to Chicago. Frederick III. it both emieror (impera tor) and king (rex). He is a kingly em peror. Good nominations make easy ic...

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. — 20 March 1888

EEFTTBUO, TUESDAY EVEKIErQ MAflQEt 20 1888. : fc 1 1 V" i V is IU1 f ! u li ' -. 1 : aM if If : ml : !f THE RED FLAG AGAIN. ANARCHY DEFIANTLY PREACHED ONCE MORE AT CHICAGO. The Seventeenth Anniversary of the Pari Commune Celebrated Incendiary Speechei, Slhlliotlc Declarations and UnqullCed Threats Openly Made. CniCAOo, March 20. The strike of the engineers, anil the accompanying demon strations, liave excited the anarchiM of this city, who l.a e been unusually jtiiet since tiie execution of their brethren, to more open declarations of their bloody rinciples. At a meeting hclil on Sunday no attempt at concealment wa made. "I am an anarchist" was heard on all s.dcs. It was the 17th anniversary of the French Commune, and the "lledi" held an in-dooi picnic. The Central l.ilur I'liion assnuiet the reiomibiIitirs of the aHair and ar ranged the programme, which was termed "A Commune Festival." There were fully tifteen hundred persons rnx?iit, including all the promi'sent anarcliists and th...

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. — 20 March 1888

Vx-v-N JBEPD3II0, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 20. 1888. '-35?-- ;. j ,T1 m Z&SA HE t f r ! u I St r i '? 1 if 3 J hi i fi i vi h S M FAMOUS SOAP FOR EASY WASHING, KKDUCKD TO 5 cts. PER CAKE DNLY AT- CW. PATVTEB & GO. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. All Style?, Lowest Prices. DEL" -Z" :E IE S, Tb Hatter and Furnlaher, 5 E. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WANTED -Two gentlemen boarder Inprl IT rate family; good table anl pleasant room ; at 50 Pearl street, cab WASTED Two experienced milliners lm H mediately; none but those experienced need apply; reference! required. Apply too. M.Kendrlck.6 Arcade. 68r TrANTED-To lease for garden purposes. II with the privilege to purchase at the end of five years. from eight to fifteen acres of land. Address M . care of J. T. Mitchell & Co.. and 6 X. Limestone street. 6Sml2a ANTKD-Lace curtain done up neatly- Now Is the time. Urine them to 29 - Market street. Mrs. Carman. eft' WANTED-Glrt to do general housework In mall family; must be ...

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. — 21 March 1888

1SBSS3SSS WHELD0N& MERRILL -SELL ANTHRACITE COAL, $7.00. ANTHRACITE COAL, 6.75. .!-' SPETLSTGEEELD, O., "WEDSfESDAT EVENING EAECn 21. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. f WHELD0N& MERRILL 4A4i44,AtAl m MJT COAL, - - 2.75. rW T $Ummwc. mm "M VOL. XXXIV NO. 69. gin ,'H - SB 4i J- .003 grain ol 38 ! SsfiS i 33S A illSs- if i Mm -If' ' bHm n QaMfc 'Mm Mmt ' HI! " . Sa K .flM-t s&mx I in . ii ' ill ; tSUu 1 if aaK ur BSi 1 if) Ill ; mi) r : il mm I WmaS lii ' Mm- 'r MB ; Mm" '" Das' i 9W If S t mSi i A 1 : i ' I i J 1 Sfli ! - ' a i m I '' Si" 1 : an! ' '" KB ' JB j WEATHER FACTS. t-JKrB j "J ' .... I . ,Ht i. r- W-eiQTOM.X!ar. 3. Ohio. ,9H f- 9C (Colder, raluirsnow. .1 mm . r-2-1 1 ' Springfield, O., ") March 2018S8. J Recent experiments to de termine the delicacy of the sense of taste found the limits of taste to be : .04.6" erain of sugar barely tasted; .015 grain of salt barely tasted; tannin tasted ; OOI5 grain not tasted ; .0015 grain muriatic acid barely tasted ; 00008 grain sacch...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 March 1888

REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY ITCENnTG, MAJROH 21. 1888. 3f B la? i l 3 IH 11 Imfi m ;i in r i i sa-.'WfBi Hfi & 1 WJ KIRK'S rim FLOATING SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow While and Absolutely Pure. If ytrar dealer doc not, keep W" , SS; lend JO cent lor simple cse to the mixers, JAS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. WEDMESOtT tVEHINO. MARCH 21. 1883. Money Is being raised for a V. M. C. A. building at Columbus. Chicago girls should comfort themselves with the fact that Venus had largr feet Mr. J. S. Elliott Is the republican candi date for Justice of the peace In Coshoc ton. Ohio's republican convention will be held April ISth (at Da j ton), and the prohibition convention on May 31st. It Is believed that the Ohio legislature will "go out" with March. It is quite pos sible, however, that it will lap over, a few days, Into AprlL The supreme court has decided that liquor may be shipped Into Iowa not that It may be sold there, which is the essential point. It would do the...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 March 1888

tsssEsssm . ... M&&s&&mgim&ig!g$5'. w...-.,. &-s&&ssaka jffiEUWrw-SPair-iatsvaii rjn- -' in r"THT"J T-T-iT.rs..::-: BE3Ja,Wt.-5:aEBC5M!ll!E?svf ?lj:iiS Maua lf-''wfca i r i . jtw. .;. KnT4aLq smm BEPHBUO, TOPiNESPAY ETxniTG MARCH 21 1888. gSSS!55?--ZBiMPS'.'!rJWt rji .o 2jMwwrij.'3N-j ,, .mttti rr a n imm nmr n r i i i i An . ....-..;. . Hsa-t.iJ.-'---t.aJg-jMB.; --u..u. - -w-'a-.a. ' . -m-: --.. r a-r- e , ,- i,btm,YM nM TT TIT T T" -"rr ITT i TT VT '--'-" , -TT-m- " I " ' I l i I " H - -...-,- -.., IiiBm nm . ., .- -. raJ- ..Mm-.-.,!- - M --i MwraraBCTWFrB-''r-":ss... .!.' SfCSESS 1 tfev - r ?r IK I I ii? II! ra t- tt it p hi i ri ti & f 1 1 I I t i 'T t THE TWO GENT BILL AN EFFORT MADE TO GET IT ON THE SENATE CALENDAR, And the Itaault oT the Effort ! In Doobt Proposed Exemption or Soldier' Prop erty from Execution l'ajlog for Tile SXUcellaneoui. Colcvbcs. 0 March 21. Senate. Twelve lone Senators were all that were present in the afternoon, the ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 March 1888

ijsaPimLro, wffDKESSAY wneasmG, mahoh 21. ises. mpt i&(iuhfiX)im i9MaurtiiMwettiaiwMii9uai, itfeifcMWKMMdBHaHbAifMMi M si 11 Ji ' H. 1 ft. :& il'4 a 1 ' s J :J-ff;s- If fli itj 1 fll FLOUR JlT- REDUGELPREGES We promise you LOWER Prices than any other house. COFFEE LOWTKR THIS "WEEK. SUGARS AT COfcT. C. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. A -If WANTED Never purchase real estate or IF loan money on real estate security, wlth ont in ibitr ft of the title back to the gov ernment, prepared by A. Bradford, abstracter 01 lilies: onice. room y. Arraau. iiieuuiy i-i son tn the city who gives bis exclusive time and attention to preparing nosiracis ui uwca and cenveyancing. I)ecdt and mortgages cor rectly drawn. WAVXTED-General purpose horse and wagon. Apply to J T. Mitchell & Co.. 4 and t X Limestone street. 6Sbl2r WANTED-To rent -Stable suitable for sta bling four or more horses, near Lagonda i i.ivl .... Avinltf It nftl(A Standard Oil Co , Urand opera house...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 March 1888

.JJ-. tggLg-l -J-l " !j ssgswaeeww?''5 v ---- ,.-?-: -"" .r., ...r.. rtnwiMMni . i in inntf in i ii in "1 r'fi r rirrr tfrr . . ?r y'7-ny "jjaJgrarej-L j i -j ! i jmgfcv-r. - -mi r 1 '" ' " " " ' ' V ". - rWW WHELDON & MERRILL ECL. LUMP COAL, - $3.00. MJT COAL, - - 2.75. WHELDON & MERRILL pnu BELL ANTHRACITE COAL, $7.00. ANTHRACITE COAL, 6.75. SPEESTGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVENING lAKCII 22, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXX1VNO. 70. ' " nil tit&mTwwn- ft iB !!'., 'Mfell Lilj.'JifivSiA9e:?BHr -j-- -..-. '- - nE. . i i -i.i rr r J is Tir "Slf i.i!1TwU- . ' " "i mar ' 1 , .CjffraMBBsgfcsslsBaNaNHB3&?ff45r JlWJ p !! i i i in i i pp i wi inn rnswwm m' ippwFfJiiin I i " .,, i iajrn nr-mwi"ii m tSnSvK fidh Haifa jtepttHtc fr v It I? 115 !' a a ri I 1- J w 1 i i &. 5i' eV' jky WEATHER FACTS. IS: P WlSKllOTnw.Mar. EL Ohio Colder, tallowed by wanner; occasional iigbt snow. Springfield, O., 1 March 22, 1888. J "My beloved brethren," an nounced a preacher from his pulpit, "on Sa...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 March 1888

kv'.:.-'wfe. - . Hf i iju..k,.. csjs.'fviw!-tatia-.ii llrMraMBah8-"- - smsmasissiafxsisiigssm. ssto&ate&tei ... - M.,- ms .yS- "milifsiiMsssssiisssff tim I IS . ' MBgysgiaieBi-'ay-- "TMiinTiiriir " MiiaiHWiMi --....-. r.--r --,.....--- ,, .T. . - -, ,-,,: '- wrr "tt "iTTTr mmrmm - - iinMrMrBMiirin"irtf n rvim r:- - i r n Jf KSFtTBIJO, ffHffBSPA? EVENIITO, MAftC 22. 1888. KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Bnow Whlto and Absolutely Pura. If Toar dealer does rot keep Whlto flood oap. land 10 renu lor sample cske to tbe miiere, JAS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. spring fuld gUplUit IHlRSOlt EVEKING. MARCH 22.1EE8 Colonel Fred, his father. Giant is a worthy son of Tbe republicans of Clark will fire their artillery at the common enemy, this year. The republicans of Columbus have nomi nated a strong ticket and propose to elect it. The citizens iof Columbus, irrespective of party, propose to knock out the tallj-aheet ng. Republican harmony .fusts in Clar...

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

HiffinrwTTirwfaiiwBFir i u ." ' --. ' '-" a'' ' : " ' " ' "" "'m? At . HJaPU'BIJO, TOfRSPA? fltEffTPTG kAEGS 221888. masawasaanamsai $30.00 ENTS OF THIRTY C A WEE SISOTJrLEIS: A BUII LOT IN THE GREAT GAS FIELD! tr I m -v 1jLJJlJL J3" it i :. PORTLAND, THE COUNTY SEAT OF JAY COUNTY, INDIANA, I half way between Fort Wayne anil II clmi'itnl. and US miles from Cincinnati by rail, or about 90 miles In a direct line. It Is In ttieery lieartof the largest continuous li-.tricl of natiir.il m- uenrinx land in thn world ; a district which has been developed and tested by hundreds or gas wells, demonstrating bejond all doubt that the gas supply is Inexhaustible, and Its quality fur tuel and Illumination unsurpassed. Large Manufacturing Establishments have been Locating In this Gas Field At the rate of one per week fiom the date if Its certain tleie'opmeiit. The Grand I ".spiels & Indiana lUllroad, and the Lake Kie Jfc IVtstern Railroad gire Portland a north and south and east and west outl...

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. — 22 March 1888

tfXPUBUO, TEUBSDAY TTZSTISG, MARCH 22. 1888. 1 ir; FLOUH -VT- We promise you LOWER Prices than any other house. COFFEE LOfl-KK THIS -WKKIC SUGARS AT CObT. G.W. PIYHTEB & GO. 36 to 40 South Hnrket Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. VAMfcD Ws.NTED-61tutlon-Br a boy 12 yesrsol ace. to work In a private family. Ad dress by letter. 200 E. Columbia street 78a TTTANTED Never purchase real estate or 1 V loan money on real estate security, with out an ahstr ct of the title back to the rov ernment, prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor of titles: office, room 9. Arcade. The only per son In the city who sires his exclusive time and attention to preparing abstracts of titles and conveyancing. leeds and mortgages cor rectly drawn. WANTED-To lease for garden purposes, with the prlvileee to purchase at the end ol Uto years, from etuht to fifteen acres of land. Address M. care of J.T.Jlltchell ACo. 4 and 6 X. Limestone street. 68ml2a TTJAVNTED - General purpose horse and IT wagon. Apply to J. T....

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 23 March 1888

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