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Page 2 [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
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 23 March 1888

t''.'r c ' " Li i f KEFUBLIO, FRIDAY EVEKPTG MAHOH 23 1888. N S Vr h-- SAULSBURY. EXPLAINS. THE DEMOCRATS' POSITION ON THE TARIFF QUESTION. Conference of American Xatlons Mora Discussions o the I'la-eries Treaty CorrecUon of the VTar Itecorda Be. ductlon of Postage. Wabbisqtox, March 23. In the Senate among the bills reported from the commit tees were : House bill to authorize the city of Chicago to wet a water works crib in Lke Michigan; House bill for the sale of Jew York Indian lands in Kansas; House bill for the construction of a bridge across the Tennessee river at Chatanooga. Mr. Hale presented a conference report on the urgent deficiency bill, which was was agreed to. Mr. Saulsbury made a long speech on the subject of the President's message. He said the Democratic party was in favor of a re vision and reduction of tariff, and would i carry it out unless thwarted in its purpose by a combination of Democrats (actuated by local interests! with Republicans who favored high taril...

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. — 23 March 1888

k i u (SsssH REDUCED PRICES We promise you LOWER Prices than any other house. COFFEE LOITER THIS "WEEK. SUGARS AT COST. c-j.n&co. ft to 40 South Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TXTAHTKD Merer purchase real estate or II loan money on real eiuieaeeaniT.wiur ent an ohttr.ct at IhB title back to the EOT- maent. prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor et titles; office, room. Arcade. Tbe only per- od In she CU7 wno sires ms ezoiosire umw and attention to nrenarlni: abstract! oX titles and conTeiandBi. Deeds and mortgages cor- recur drawn. TrriKTED To lease for rarden Durooses IT with the orlTilere to Durchase at tbeend I flre rears, trora eight to fttteen aeres of Sand. Address M. care o! J. T. Mitchell Co, 4 and 6 N. Limestone street. S3ml2a WAVNTED-Qeneral purpose horse and and I NLlmeitone street. 69bl2r WANTED To rent -Stable suitable for sta bling f oar or more horses, near L&gonda J ren ue and Columbia street. Apply at office A. rkll V IImhiI Mnra knni. hnlMln...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1888

tin-2LMf3$Bf "lt - -"?!" 's aw sWTleas'saMsMal -i-s"-''??5' jijnaffijjjiij.i ,n4miW.e'JI'i.H'.iJPli1l'Bfc3fi atcwwatc" TT r - rftrt itfrtBn iify; A. HELDON & MERRILL WHELD0N& MERRILL SKLL ftWMg SKL.L LUMP COAL, - $3.00. MJT COAIj, - - 2.75. ANTHRACITE COAL, $7.00. ANTHRACITE COAL, 6.75. VOL. XXX1VNO. 72. SPEINGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING MAROII 24. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. BES ..... -s,- --"- .' " - ----. J .gMME- fc i . ,., ii . . rm -. -- . Ml I III! IIIMIIIWIW II I'MM' IIMlllllllll I '" ,MI """HHfffff?" """ l,gi'WWWIIMWIIHBriri iimi hhp i i m.riiii i aMoe;i;r.r1jf(aifViinM-iiii)Vi,i,n,l,l, .,i..i,.i jin m iii mi,jiU.iii,ili i r.Tir-irrl I in mm win I J?J - ' ' " " r- - r, , - ' 1' ' il " ' " -T- ' '.nil Y ' "' ' "' ' " ' i.i j.i . ,ir .agggjiyjgaai ,. . if ' kl - - ,e. 1 i 11 i r,Kr' '-" -rfr ii . sam ? . aa ftrjHA urafitt JiMttfrnr www ww rwwwwMJ (jf&wwJkr wbWwwlw v r Lmi aB WEATHER FACTS. WxeinsaTnx.Msr- 91 HMn I M I Colder, followed by winner, I (air weather; scow or...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1888

THSPU.BLIO, SATUBDAYEVEJnNG MABOHT24 1888. $30.00 IN PAYMENTS OF THIRTY CENTS A m SECURES A BUILDING LOT IN THE GREAT GAS FIELD! j k-. Ilk & ? PORTLAND, THE COUNTY SEAT OF JAY COUNTY, INDIANA, Is half way between Fort Wayne and Richmond, and 118 miles from Cincinnati by rail, or about 00 miles in a direct line. It Is In the very heart of the largest continuous district of natural gas-bearing land in the world : a district which has' been developed and tested by hundreds of gas wells, demonstrating beyond all doubt that the gas supply Is Inexhaustible, and its quality for fuel and illumination unsurpassed. Largs Manufacturing Establishments have been Locating in this Gas Field At the rate of one per week from the date of its certain development. The Grand Kapids & Indiana Railroad, and the Lake Erie & Western Railroad give Portland a north and south and east and west outlet The country Is one of the richest agricultural and stock-raising counties in the State. PORTLAND, W...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1888

... . . msmm , v . . . .iatertaBtawwWHBtt isfefiSgfe ggHS8ttSteSaSaSBI8sagagA,,v ,.giiagfe...--,-.atBHiftg5i ! j LLlSSgBw 35tS?v? 1q;HmgrnwpM.i!fmn. , rnrrWJTi HTB'n STmi ! lrlMatMr7!Vil'll ",, ',,.'" - - -:S-r. -- ..-,---.,J,-n...,... -.,1,1 '""W" nnummTinrm. j33aaaMK5js Si'i il- r K- . E tfl- - in 11. REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EYEXDsTG MARCH 24 1888. A FAMOUS INSTITUTION. AllL ABOUT THE CORCORAN GAL LERY OF ART, AT WASHINGTON. mm T" 1 i? M hat It Has Cost, and How Mr. Corcoran lav- It The Fculpturrt borne Incl driil or Slchteen The Hall of tho Itrouze. Copyltti of the Gallery, Etc (Special Correspondence. WASnEMJTOlf, March 19. HE Millionaire Corcoran's death loaves the Corcoran Gallery of Art en dowed with $1,500,- 000. It has an in come of between tOO.000 and tlOO, 000 a year, and Mr. Corcoran left $100. 000 in his will, which is supposed to be for the pur pose of establishing an art school. Pro fessor E. A. An drews, who painted the beautiful picture of Martha Washington which hangs i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1888

Sggi3&fcgft&jEftJVgMfc,,- ... - ,., P,;&lMrtwgffei.J faA -. . j . . w -. lt-wltiMtBf !i . wmeBmSmsf, ss-sif - . .. .. . -&z&,m&&mg eiiSftsjBw-jirs; Lt ill JI1WWP 1 PS' "!F5T V -fftJpliiwjtaKi5BV'vr a .f"- samCTSgr-T.-, - r.ir"!'VlLli j. i .- BJSPUiJLIO, SATURDAY EVINIgrG, lAHOH 24, 1888. -v IOTTSLmSZ, n iTT T 1 tIV"" ni X J "i Vrr'v v J--,ariri - ' -?i-ia'E "'''' n mi 1-1 n n n "" T I rf 'ffrrt "ITi ' iMM IM IB r ri i ff T ' " iii 11 ijuwii hi" WirHlill I Mi' WWh "I I llliMI B'HW'fl i " I ' n vM 'V ' I . gj - -.. - ; " --- i ia i i .i.i.iiiJumLsag'yy-wnmiMaimrjia, J5Ssy -- 'HP'36-J5 1,1 am Hi lin I M 4 The pain from Neuralgia and its companion disease Rheumatism ia excruciating. Thousands who could be quickly cared are needlessly suf fering. Ath-lo-pho-ros will Jo for others what It did for the following parties: TOIHmport. tnd, Oct. t, ,1137 HiTincbera uBicwdwita nirui tar ttw pMLlour jw and twin Jmojt mrr- thlni. but tn tiin. I ISMlll bwril of Athto- pt...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1888

iKYM'a-'- - - waj.Ma SgSsspasiai, SSgSggaaB. ?sr5' "K uumajLAieenM KEFOBUO, SATURDAY EV.lilN.UJK3 1VTATIGH 24 1888. II IT. K. DAVIDTT AIT'S TURKISH RUG DISPLAY, AT JONES & SONS CARPET STORE WILL CONTINUE ONLY UNTIL TUESDAY NEXT On account of harins a good gale for the last feir days. Yon are InTlted to call and see the Finest Collection ever brought to this city, at SURPRISINGLY LOW PRICES. N. K. DsAVIDAlTS TURKISH RUG DISPLAY, AT JONES & SON'S CARPET STORE. i i NOW ARRIVING QUR NEW SPRING STOCK! It Is ready noV for yonr Inspection, and embraces all the new pat terns In all qualities Curtain (Jnnds, Lace Curtains, Hum, Mattings and Trimming!). NOW READY CAEPETS !: i-ycasTEs & soisr: CARPETS ! SUGARS AT COfcT. DEW DROP O-A-IPiTESID GOODS. These goods hava become such favorites and are in such constant demand, that double orders have been given in order to supply over-trade. One trial of the famous Dew Drop Canned Goods arid Princes Tea, and you will use no other. THE PRIN...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1888

1y"SirWy,BPiM "-WSj'wJSBit iaii iiii ianynii wytTiUliJIl ii UMlpl i I I.Wi imww wHM .'jj?' " J"tfS SSCT -- fS.-gT; 5, .' REFUBIJOSATUBDAY EYENIN"G JMARCH 241888. I SKI '$i IF) Mi $m HE 1 1 11 HI. K i, !t f THE CINCINNATI REDS. RECONSTRUCTION OF THE OLD AND ONCE VICTORIOUS TEAM. Personal Sketches Achievements or the Bojs They Kxprct to Carry Off the J Pennant Next October ret Names for the Ma) ere Wonderful Hatting. (Special Correspondence.! Nsw Orleans, March 20. There is no baseball club, either in the National League or American Association, that is attracting more attention than the Cincinnati, still known as the Red Stocking, a title made famous by the team of 1MO, which went through that season ithout a defeat. The Cincinnati nro making a triumphal tour of the south, and their work has been such that every one who is figuring on the result of tho coming race for the Association pen nant takes into consideration that Cincinnati Is In the field. It was even team work that brought...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1888

jBBBHB ' '. ""- 'I ..MJBarwtmm'Mft ' , ji,.,,', ,. .,,-, r,.,, ..,.. ..mm..,.!. III" B? L m iw 1 MI 1 ,.-a aa -rg f ft. if. I -S5.t all & ? ! v I -" - fH- V Not All Happy. "We tail with j-r the rent le spring. i ne ume wnen aisappears the snow. An J farmers Lear the robins sing, J And Sol with warmth begins to glow. The poet then In ecstacios ' Of nuas and early blossoms rings, 3; Of babbling brooks and greening leas. Of trailing arbutus and things. But while, we hail the gentle spring. The budding tree, the greening plain, We mini confess that it doth bring Some little drawbacks in Its train. Our overcoats are thrown aside, When come bright morns and sunny noons. And then lis mighty hard to hide The patches on cur pantaloons! Boston Courier, YVU Watch No More, Sweet Girl And do you really stand and watch my window every night before you no home, George, dear! George I have been doing so, my love, but I shan't any more. Sweet Girl (anxiously) Don't you love me ns much as ever! G...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1888

jftEFtTBUXV S&TUBPAY EvTSNTOGrmROH 24: 188S; as lies Si 151 I -Si H PUFIE ROCK IT For Horses, Cows anil Sheep. Thills THE BEST SALT KNOWN for STOCK. Bain DoHXotlTulelt. It can be pat In Trough, and MMen. It can be laid on the Ground. It com Three Times at tar as Loom Salt. Block get all they want, when they want It. ana no more than Is needed. Cows Give Increased Milk. Hones get Stronger and Get Clear or Kidney Troubles. Sheep ThrlTC and (Jet Fat. Dr. Caiper Is the scent for Clark and Maal ton counties for the sale of this famous brand the Ketsof Rock Salt. The only chemically pure salt known. He has It In lumps from five pounds to flf ty Bounds prices very low. Sold In quantities to salt. Call and see It at CASPER'S Drug Store, TUbefsBIaek. Xa.lBHtreet.lld Door Wast of Limestone. SprlczCald COM1NO KVENTS. St. Paul Church Philip Phillips, the sweet sieger, March 26, 27 and 2S. Black's Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee, "On the Frontier." Black's. March C6, 27 and...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 26 March 1888

wmi :m : , 3 -ii) '3 -"5 Li --5J -T-5 TO lareaiening weatneri rain. I, mowed Dy comer, western nluds: eonilltUn favorable for severe scows; cold ae. Springfield, O., 1 March . 24,. 1 888.. J POPULAR POINTS In point of area the British Empire stands at the, very head of the list, the number of thousands of -square miles being 9,339, Russia following closely with S.644. Though the Chinese Empire is but lit tle less than one-half as ex tensive as its great neighbor, in population China, with hej 404,000,000, tops all the coun tries of the earth. The -British Empire comes next, with 307,000,000, and "Russia, with only 104,000,000, while France has but 71,000,000, the United States 58.000,000 and the German Empire 4S,ooo,ooo. A striking thing about this is that in none of these coun tries are the people so well clothed as in America, and nowhere so well and such small cost as in those portions ol it within reach of The When, which, making the clothes, sells them at one profit less than o...

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. — 26 March 1888

5saKE6tow-----' iulji i i ..ii. ;wsegM3IW"iMHMgM .$,,,-,.,- : ' s - t """ ' ww,r'rinnii.imiiBiii).wJ fl iffH 11 ... -if M im KIRK'S ss m -wwt r m ', ft Siity If S FLOATING SOAP -1S- THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White and Absolutely Pure. It roar dealer doe not keep White Clojd Soap, tend 10 cents for sample cake to tbe maker. JBS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. Spring fold jgkpulrtfc a0qr EVEMNG. MARCH 26.1888. TJtK I'HOfOSEIt Cll tGi: Of r.n.iDR. ., We are not of those who bold our present city government utterly incompetent and wholly bad; indeed, v. e believe that we have one of the best governed cities In the a tate, that our taxes and debt are as low, if not loner, than any other city of our size In the state, and yet we know a radical .change of somekind is necessary, either in ,the administration or form of our govern ment, and in our issue of March Sth, before tbe inauguration of the present reform -movement, we called attention to this matter by showing fro...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 26 March 1888

laasstweiBsa- ?5Si---''? SB SSgSg 3taS5gSRlia n.- yar.a "-- "- ' ' - ' -fF' f?? i-fa(ecvy!:'-wt.-rL'.rll-c vj? JijiiWdrJ tc;i7.i! .h."ot JVfjn.ifv'KnTZ.iK-,cwiB fvi-i-i nrTi'TTVi-'wf"-- '-'-TT-lfvB tiv-ri -irf - i-Mir TTiaiaT "i t - - t - m . . .. .m--Miitf-Q3r r---. .Av&sBsm "Us X M rl.9 "ft .rsmm msammmmmmss$mvfi3&:tez$smswM&rt;-hini BEFTOim M6&0Af STOTCfrti MABQg 26 1888,, '-ll111iSTlaaraSarrjjwiiQTiJ7BS?l'l itfTmi'i i7earat ftyrriaaBrTy -n-T-.r-rr--.J-- THE DEAD JtMST. HIS BURIAL TO TAKE PUCE ON THURSDAY. Arranemcnta for the Fanera.1 Cenno nle in tlie Xlouae oq Wednesday 3Ir. AVuitr on ller "Wax Home from Call loruiu Tribute of Ileftpert. Waskinrtos, March 3fiL The preparation for tlic funeral of tlie deceased Justice are about completed. Tlie Senate and House commit lees deputized the StTgeauts-at-arms of the two Houses respectively to confer w itli the Marshal of the Supreme Court as to the arrangement of details. A telegram was received from Mrs. Walte stating...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 26 March 1888

"'. . ' ' ' w'u''5?:a;B551 '-HuS "3 -I?' -d JI .Si FLOTJR DEDUCpiGES We promise you LOWER Prices than any other house. COFFEE JuOIVER THIS "WEEK. SUGARS AT COST. -CW.FIMR&GO. 36 to -40 South Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TrrAXTEn Ten dally or weekly boarders at If 56 K. Columbia street; bouse recently re fitted and furniture about new; one double parlor; first noor torrent. TTTAXTRn To tent a bouse of fire or six W rooms; large lot with stable. Call on or address trie. 7 Arcade no rrr VI ' L' T f... . Kn iinDt.l.nri. talrln. care of horses, cows and do plain Gar dening, juarnea man preierrea. .ippiy irum to 12 a. m. at 78 E. Main street. 73b TTJANTED Never purenase real estate or II loan money on real estate security, with out an abstract of tbe title back to tbeKor ernment. prepared by A. Itradford, abstractor of titles; office, room 9. Arcade. The only per son In the city who git es his exclusive time and attention to preparing aosiracis ui mica and conrey...

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. — 27 March 1888

Kafte ,isS!2i xw, v.re -.-r .t -.-m ?- ;. IF 3-i'f..?T;-ry-v -? :a5 SHELDON & MERRILL 4 WHELD0N& MERRILL SEL' PURE LAKE ICE. CO.A.L. ! COAX. ! VOL. XXXIV NO. 74. SPEnSTGEEELD, O., TUESDAY EVEOTE"G iMAJfcCH 27, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. .. . - o' .' mtett!ataK8& . .a .feftia '-"W'-I-aSfSi: .v.& . . sssagswaSeressgEEgagaasg . JJ7C3!SQ0 -. . r III I Mil I II III I i i ii II III I'l I i' I ill i i I - I !! ill 1 111 II i I III 1 ' "-"- Mil Mil IMIIWI 111 ni'HibW TE fl H ' ,H sll' ! II HM'i'P'W HWI - ' - fHPr ! HELBON & MERRIIlI ftAiiAAi HlvtrHlIx JH - iLl fft.'i. i v tar m warn ! is v rm n sm b v. wbvb ! . . . &.IIVi NrssiV M M M M M H H H M M MX' V MM MM H .sT M M M M M riMI -OML M MM MM M IM M M M fciTiT . L 31 .W . M A , I . I . I W WAVV.II !! II. ' r'2'rr jyyyyjiLg, v jwjvjj';' -r- FP Wm .'SSS Ti ss l&3 S2&8 IM .s f WEATHER FACTS. Wxbhixoto. Mar.26. Ohio: Wanner fair weather, except light rain or snows on the lakes. Springfield, O., 1 March 27, 1888. J T...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 27 March 1888

m m nl m im 1:1 1$- H ; KIRK'S Vef FLOATING SOAP IS THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White and Absolutoly Pure. JRS. S. KIRK & CO., ckicaco. Spring ftdd gtpuMit lUESDAT EVENING. MARCH 27.1868 Deacon John T. Hon an!, t!io fouuderof I'lymouth cliurcli, lias gone to meet bis old pastor. f o liquor should be sold on Sunday any where. There Is no excuse for a Ian per tulttlng it This is a republican city and the republi cans are capable of goteniing it and gove'ming it well. Tlie Iter. Dr. Keed, of Cincinnati, think the "Methodists need more innocent amuse ments." Some people think that there Is no fun at all in amusements If they are in nocent. Prof. Swing has said the briefest thing on ChtisUan science, as it is called: "It is not Christian, and It is not science." Toungstown Telegram. Exactly. That is just what the Herns i.ic said, editorially, some weeks ago. It must be true. Chauncey X. Pepew is a good and strong man, but he does not want a presidential nominatio...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 27 March 1888

asmmsmsmsmsKsmmmmmemsssa awayp mtmt Hi " -" ' ' '' '"Jr,?r:'rr-.i-LS!l;iiifaii lSo-r, ii. .aa -a- . v TF-" -''w5 " - ' - BEFTJBIIO, TUESDAY EVEffBTQ &ABOH 2? 1888. - ' ' '" ssasssli I i. Hiii niiim"'' ' mTrnmi.Mim us i inuBmuwJi ill iF'li $30.00 IN PAYMENTS OF THIRTY C A QESOTJn.ESS- A BUILDING LOT IN THE GREAT GAS FIELD! ia.i-tv-Jrfut.'m-rf w'J?g3aj.i?'ry.akJ- , . . . icwwvjjjl -- -i4i r4rar3iafle- J5j!&i?iMWElS3?jga-Afc. . aKMSESmm5gMm8 IBBBIIHBBBBRPHffliSsi?' i -"a ''W'l ll ; & mi i- I "tar f-'' -- B I w tr I r- !: J ft Hi i PORTLAND, THE COUNTY SEAT OF JAY COUNTY, INDIANA, Is half way between Fort Wayne and Richmond, and 118 miles from Cincinnati by rail, or about 00 miles In a dlroct lino. It Is In the very heart of the largest continuous district of natural gas-bearing land hi the world ; a district which has been developed and tested by hundreds of gas wells, demonstrating beyond all doubt that tho gas supply Is inexhaustible, and its quality for fuel and Illumina...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 27 March 1888

gj n ""SL, V - Mf1' y" -BI .. -iMBKassssr J t AT ill I Ini tst rTTislniiDr Dnpif cm tIdiscussed pro and con. m -""-' w rune nuun ml REDUCED PRICES "We promise you LOWER Prices than auy oilier house. COFFEE LOWKK THIS? -VKKlv. SUGARS AT COfeT. G. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. All Style?, Lowest Prices. HYPES, The Hatter ami Furnisher, .". K. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED ANT-JO A coo J. atroni! clrl for dish washing. Call at iy&..viarKei street. ia nTAVTF.n Tendiilvor weekly boarders at II 56 E. Columbia street; house recently re fitted and furniture about new; one aoupie 73t" VsUlVll U19VUUUI lUt ItUK WANTED To rent a house of flTe or six rooms: larce lot with stable. Call on or address Erie. 72 Arcade 73b WANTED Man who understands taking care ct horses, cows and do plain gar dening. Married man preferred. Apply from 8tol2a.m.at7SE.MatnstreeL 73b TXTANTED Nev er purcnase real estate or 1? loan money on reai esiait etuiiij". out an abstract of the title back to the go...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 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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