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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 March 1888

&t&S&EgEKfcer .teHKffi lsm Kj&G&sasttaxfutm. i flriinffrr-" n , - . .-tswg-w-. - . nM M-- i - -rrifr-i-rnTi-1 sasssaSaSaSaSSBl , I ifcl 1 'l T&Zjsrz&z3c&&a?f53- '-paE.i2s2-'srsifcKZ27 ,,--.-. OMMMHWa sgpgBuo, .wabtascAY etohotg, jiaeoh 28, isss. Mssssa-assarssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssa.j.sssrai.-.. " ' -"-- - - "-"" - t- i -...t- kTV7T-Ju:T!'-- Ttfi.-'W - -rsr"" --ar' T , ;:"-''"tii t TrjiiuMgaM an I KIRK'S FLOATINC SOAP -IS THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow Whlta and Absolutely Pure. II your dealer does not keep WMte Cloud Soap, lend 10 cents for sample case to tne maters, JRS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. $pvingfirid gqnilittt WEOXESDU EVENING. MARCH 28. 1868. tiik rMitiKsiii..ii. (to.vrK.vro.v J.YJ IT WORK. Tlie congressional convention held by the republicans ot the Klghtli Ohio district, in this city, Tuesday, March 27lh, 16SS, was exceptional and really extraordinary in character. It was held in the maffnltleent li...

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. — 28 March 1888

tiE(kiaiW? , jfjs . 1 n- h h 13 1$ Vr- ! ! ' J J N . - - a fnenw i , -, BLAIR'S EILL TO GIVE PREFERENCE TO CONFED ERATE SOLDIERS, Again Dlicutud by til Senate Oath unite speak on Ilia Union 1'aclOe lllll Ohlu'e Share of tlift Hieer and Harbor Appropriation luteroatlonal Council of Women. 3HisaT0, March :. The House adopted tlia resolution iu tlie contested election ca.- of Worlhington vs. Post from the Tenth Illinois District, continuing the right of Post, the sitting member. Bills from various committees n ere re ported and referred, after which the House proceeded to consider the Uniou Pacilio ltailro.vl fund bill. Mr. Outhwaite made a speech in fa Tor of the bill, but the morning hour expired be fore he finished his remarks. The Military Academy appropriation bill was taken np and iassed. Mr. Holman called up the general public land bill and it was discussed nithout ac tion until 5:10 p m., wlien the House ad journed. Senate. On motion of Mr. Hoar the Senate ac cepted an invitati...

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. — 28 March 1888

Tntrnir" aBMBaMMMrtBBaJelaWlWawTfc- ii i ileii nil ' i ii i. i i j jeWiaBiBipWS - ssx.j3Br;' 34t -, yt3i-agg?Cv -j)BC" , c i iht iWWflr Up B fj .-E OSFU3110, WEDjS'ESDAY EVENING, MARCH 28. 1888. ! FLOUR AT- AE1CEPEES "We promise you LOWER Trices than auj other house. COFFEE LO"V3It THIS -W1EKIC SUGARS AT CObT. G.W.PAYNTER&GO. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. NEWSPR1NG HATS! All Style?, Lowest Prices. HYPES, The 11 titter and Furnioher, 5 E. Main. PEOPLE COLUMN. : WANTED. WANTED A"processor, also foreman, for a new cannlns factory; each to nut $1,000 In the business; mutt be thoroughly compe tent and experienced; good salary. Capital stock of company. SlO.t'Hi. Address E. V. Smith, Winona, Ontario, Canada. 75b-eod WASTED Ten dally or weekly boarders at 66 E. Columbia street; house recently re fitted and furniture about new; one double parlor; first floor lor rent. 73t WANTED To tent a house of Are or sir rooms: large lot with stable. Call on or address Erie. 72 Arcade 73b...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 29 March 1888

ae lsffi09lllSji-LSSPgl JZ--lp1(Blirfiiplf2(fciJ tJJSMJB"B""",!,g- LMMSsajssws'SsE'syM'1 ii,'i 1 1 .-1 hi m nvtlizrg'MMtS&t&ii. MMW MHWMMWWW ! '"yr1 ' JiJZ, 2TtggSm?ji$Zg53g?C. iJS- ttrttfrltC iyrittfif: WHELD0N& MERRILL SHELDON & MERRILL -SELI SELL PURE LAKE ICE. SPRTSTGITELD, 0., THURSDAY EVEKDtfG MAItOH 29. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 76. gTllMMf ilLU sjBBBsJM.TaBB""-" "" a ' w r - , .-. .,"- - f iPMiiiii npi Mi" ' " "-sswss" i" "y ii i mam iiinyiwni i i iET- It 50- ' - T k. . 1 1 , -J..-- i ' 1 im mm i- T " ilV J WEATHER FACTS. WiiHioTO. JIar.at. Ohio: Slightly colder, threatenlnc. weather, rain or snow. Springfield, 0., March 29, 18S8. 0733:1: tit OF SPRING The great ''lay" of spring is that of the hen, and the .great lay of the hen is eggs. Just at this time of the spring, too, it is the most important oi all lays. Why ? EASTER. In view of this fact it is to be hoped the Grand Master Rooster won't order out all the hens. Such a strike would be a calam...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 29 March 1888

.fiftfffltlfr. (ffiffl!flA KTJimHQ, U&b& S3. 1888. ?e nft irN L S3 i r i JSf K Ma 1 -J - r-.fHiJa! KIRK'S CSf v AC' ft f JJpv FLOATING SOAP- IS THE CHIEF For the. BaUl, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White, and Absolutely Pure. U yonr dealer doe not keep White Cloud Sosn. lend 10 cents for sample cake to the maker, JHS.S.KIRK&CO., CHICACO. spring ficUl jtUpublit 1HURSOU EVEMING. MARCH 29.1888 The New York Voice Is after the Ohio fodder that feeds the Acur -Era, and the .Veto Era very properly protests. Republicans tbould vote for all the re publican candidates, for all the places to be filled, in the city, the wards and the townships. Put none but republicans in office, this year. It seems that Adam Badeau has also been disparaging and slandering John Lothrop Motley and Charles Sumner, lie is capa ble of maligning his grandmother, if he could turn a penny by it The republicans for city, ward and town ship offices, are deserving, first because they represent sound and honest po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 29 March 1888

v-vVarfVlFXr ill E ARE flli V iter- I! sw uh gm as rn tup n tt i up the IfeS T . Th If I The Senate. ' BETUBLIO, latXRSBAY EVEtofQ UA&Q& 29 1888.1 mbSms BORNE TWE REMAINS OECEASED JUSTICE. OF THE ri.niorat Ceremonies at tlie Capitol Tss. lnlay Irapresalve Sermon by HUhop l'arel Mrs. Waite En Iloute for Toledo. LEGISLATURE'S TRIBUTE. Senate aud House Take a Keceti (a Attend the Funeral of the Late Chief Justice Business Trunmcteil. Colcmbcs, O., March 'JO. Tlie Senate. In the Senate the following bills fn passed: S. B. by Mr. Sinnett Authorizing the Commisiioiiers of Licking rountv toappro priale $0UO fromjtlie dog fund for the use of the Centennial Society. II. B. by Mr. Cope MaUnc appropria tions for the meeting of the electoral col- THE CHINESE MUST NOT BE TAKEN ONLY I3ROKEN DOSES, IN AVashi.votos, March 20. At 11:30 o'clock yesterday morninc tlie remains of tha !? Chief Justice Waite were removed from i lcce. the family residence to the Capitol. They S. B. by Mr. Cole Aut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 29 March 1888

' " " ''? -,Z""" r. t-. ....,igfggjgg iOBFUBLlO, THURSDAY EVENING.. MAUOH 29. 1888. -j i . K i. Vv i CHEAP GANNEDJQODS Choice Sugar Corn, - 10c " Lima and Siring Beans, 10c "Tomatoes, - - 12 c " Table Peaches, I2c-20c " Preserved Fruits, all kinds. Flour Reduced. Coffee Lower. SUGAR AT COST. C.W.PAYKTEB&GO. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. All Stjle.', Lowest Prices. TELIZr F IE s, The llallrr ami 1'nrnMier. 5 E. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TITANTED Never purcnase real estate or II loan money on real estate security, with out an abstrtctot the title back to the gov ernment, prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor ol titles; office, room 9. Arcade. The only per son In the city who cites his exclusive time and attention to -preparing abstracts ot titles and conveyancing. Deeds and mortgages cor rectly drawn. TAT ANTED Ten daily or weekly boarders at IT S3 E. Columbia street; bouse recently re fitted and furniture about new; one double parlor; first floor for rent. 73" FOR RE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 30 March 1888

-.." &&&. : . , ij, .. L y?t 41.MW i j ;yj. a .yLTtSjgBHgWVj-y;' swiwsja .YHEIDGH & MERRILL WHELDQN& MERRILL -- j:li -SKL.I POBE LAKE SCE. "- OO.AJL.! COAL VOL. XXXIV NO. 77. ?.. SPEmGIIELD, 0., FRIDAY EVEIOTG EAUCII3 0. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. fe " ' mi PlfwUM Mil 1HWWHIM Wl F" i i ' -'Wr(i1riferiA"5i'rv' " . mni i ii .. i n .-a-iHH imieerrasizzsxm&'SByi'-' "v .L--i-r'j "- - -- , vvi.vit ujx.To,t-.-5r-- -r." r - - . ; " , , KKKw5y3ss WBF' J&v3S&m SyyfaflfMft HMq Upvamc. a iSr'tS v WEATHER FACTS. Wabhuqtoic. Mar.SX Ohio Warmer, fair weather, except Ucht rain or snow In northern Ohio. ,Springfield, O., March 29, 1888. :T3SC3Bt "LAY" OF SPUE The great '"lay" of spring is that of the hen, and the great lay of the hen is egfgs. Just at this time of the spring, too, it is the most important of all lays. Why ? EASTER. In view of this fact it is to be hoped the Grand Master Rooster won t order out ail the hens. Such a strike would be a calamity. Not to say an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 30 March 1888

s .&' fi II u t 1 Li it:' I -5 SKS KIRK'S vaf FUOATINC SOAP IS THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Enow White and Absolutely Pure. . .. . i. nnt kwn CThrtA ClOUd P. UZiLm "u T Iofmpl. ciae to the maker JRS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. pringftrirt gcpblic FRIDAY EVEMNC. MARCH 30. IBb8 Tho platform of the republicans of tbi Eighth district U commended by the press of the state. Henry Watterson's star-eyed goddess ol reform has a big local job on ber hands In Kentucky, just now. The Toungstown Telegram announce that It has no enemies. So far as we can learn it has none left. Like the cannlba chief, it has swallowed them all. Towderly protests against strikes, Intr which workmen rush. Inconsiderately and needlessly. So do all other men who hav any sense. Usually, the striker's first blow hits his own stomach. If there had been any doubt on the part of any republican as to the propriety of thr action of the Eighth district republican con vention, held in this city, the fact t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 30 March 1888

riwrr- EEPTIBLIO, FKLDAY EV33TOTQ MAPCH 30 1888. SI Lis.- v( f H :. i i3 1 RETALIATION PROPOSED BY SENATOR FARWELL AGAINST FOREIGN COUNTRIES Yno Place Bestrlctloaa onour Export, tlasi Beck an Federal Taxation B.lli Good VTordi for oar Pork Paeker Prom Friendly France Tariff Bill to be Referred Atonday Nelson of Minnesota on Tariff Reform Sharing Our 1'nbllo Domain. WAJHrxaTOX, March 30. The Se -.ate de Toted moat of the day to the consideration and passage of minoi bills on the calendar. On motion of Mr. Edmunds it was agreed to adjourn over Good Friday and to meet on Saturday and devote the day to business on the calendar. Mr. Farwell introduced a bill authorizing the President to issue proclamations retali ating against any countries which discrim inate against American products and to ex clude from the United States animals and all products from countries in which con tagious diseases are prevalent among such stock. I Tho Committee on Inter-State Commerce was relieved from furthe...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 30 March 1888

.,.. JtEPtrBLlO, ERIDA-t EVEHMG, MAEOH 30 1888 ' -r rjj BammmmatmmmmmmKamammmmmmmmKtmmaimmammmamammmSmii&mtmas - f CANNED GOODS ml 1 m i It h IZ& BL .-i. : HffiK riWTJ!AT3 A BETJTIITTJI- Choice Suaar Corn. - 10c " Lima and String Beans, 10c "Tomatoes,. - - I2 c " Table Peaches, I2c-20c " Preserved Fruits, all kinds. Flour Reduced. Coffee Lower. SUGAR AT COST. G. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. AH Stjlep, Low est'Prlces. HYPES, Tlie U after and Furnisher, fl Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TrTANTED Never purchase real estate or I r loan money on real estate security, wnu entan&bstrtctof the title back to tbenov- trnment, prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor 01 titles; onice. room v. Arcaae. ine oniy per son In the city who Ktves bis exclusive time and attention to nreuarlnc abstracts of titles and conveyancing. Deeds and mortgages cor rectly drawn. WANTED A processor, also loreman, for a new cannlne factory; each to nut $1,000 In the business; mt be thorouchly compe...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 March 1888

fflHillfHECtfON & MERRILL I COAL! COAJL! J VOL. XXXIV NO. 78. f U WEATHER FACTS. Iwi Ix II I Waihi8T0. Mar.3L-Ohlo:rTJ I SiM fS -- Lower temperature, with fair! M Html l . W Iweatber, ezeept occasional! ,1 gy fjg' ' A Italn or snow on lakes. I SPEDSTGETEILD, O., SATTJRDAY EVENING AIAJRGH 31. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. Iff HI Sail w If if H SI? t!n m I MM - w ml' nr Si 141 f at Mm $R ilr I Kir BT' 'is ii r If '- t -if? Ssr!gJB Springfield, O., 1 March 31, 1888. J ALL FOR YOU "What's the matter with dinner, Bridget? demanded the head of the house as he came home hungry and tired ; "1snt.1t ready?" "No, sorr," replied Bridget, "the misthress hasn'tgot back from the cookin' school yit." We study the make up for 'you. We select the stuff and manufacture it, hand you out the whole garment, and, if you don't like it, hand you out another. We study you. We suggest a garment to suit your style. Our stock sweeps the market. AS TO HATS. l nese we nave in spring shapes, the celebrated Schmd ler...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 March 1888

ff - ... - - &&& . . , -maas&i&tt&BB&&ks ii i av.ar-wti.B..A tiop'wb -s--t.x , w.tugjtfyaw.,.,. . . JCTjyinKM .- JM.J. ' .. -si??rSiiKSS5r5 "t.', .yss n jvu RBpe7. - fKSggi WEPUBUO, SATURDAY EVENING MABOH 81 1882. '--V-rfft'.-J.--eteeeaitEr J-K"'lrrtl - Cif?pWTl:. .: '7' -EpSgjM Jfe'-i;- - - -S IS" .y . RICH HILL EXPLOSION. LATER REPORTS SHOW THE LOSS OF LIFE LESS THAN FIRSTSUPPOSED. aecristion of the lleart-rending Seener Attending - Calamity Herelam of Mine Superintendent Sweeney blow Work In Reteulng tho Imperiled Miners Uat ut Killed and Injured. Bicrt Hill, Mo.. March SI. It is good ltn to report that tb drat rumors at to the lou of life in the mine explosion is fai laexctuof tb actual number of killed. Sot the axaot numbtr can hardly bt ascer tained for some time, as the extreme parts f the mine, where man; were employed, annot be reached without much labor. It was shortly after noon Thursday, when a low, rumbling noise was heard in tnina So. 6....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 March 1888

.'--.,-1 -'- - '. T j"t;t"V- i r -r-2? J""" -T MniMffiiWini7iBaf'-r rr-'-T'T' " jC-.:" , '- -Vilest ii WW I BIU NYE AS A FARMER- STORIES AOOUT MEN -ill ill in 3M ID rig r If it t" Fl If F i 1 rw juf 1 v r KHs 35I1II BEFTJBUO, SATURDAY EVENING aiAROH-T31yi388. llo Relate Soino of Ills Experiences as k Tiller or the Soil. The secretary of the JVshflcM Farmers' club, of Ashfirtd, Mass., Mr. E. D. Church, inf oi nis me by United States mail that upon receipt of my favorable reply I will become an hi inorary member of that club, along with Georje William Curtis, Professor Norton, lVofissor Stanley Hall, of Harvard, and other wet" browwl toilers In the catnip in f estcd domain of agriculture. I take this nut hod of thanking tho Ash field Farmers' club, through its secretary, for the honor thus all so unworthily bestowed, and joyfully accept the honorary member ship, with tho understanding, however, that during the county fair the solemn duty of delivering the annual address from the judge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 March 1888

lilf " " BBPUBIIO, SATURDAY EVTCNUTG, MABOH 31, 1888. . il I: I Br as II.?. lv . & V v ml US" c v. Ik " f i ' pnugfttlil. glpuMiA SAIURD'Y EVENING. MARCH 31.18EB. .y orm.va jvjk oo aornRXXEST. All citiiens who are earnestly In favor of the reformation of our city governmeut will have an opportunity on Monday, April 2d, to accomplish their purpose, promptly and to a very large extent, wtthout the assist ance of th Ohio legislature. The uu'cke"-1 method of promoting reform is to elect good, Intelligent, capable men to lecal offices, as men of this sort will make the Tery best possible use of existing laws and circumstances, and will at one and tie aame time reduce expenditures and get tte largest results out of the money expended. We have water works and are to have a splendid city building to show for our large Indebtedness, and boot institution will demonstrate, throughout the years to corns the wisdom of the people in provid ing them. But our Indebtedness Is now so large that o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 March 1888

..grfi. V v - -"'WWfT " EEFTTBIIO, SATURDAY EVENING MARCH 31 1888. IF' " Ik "Br . tlJ " Sir m ?fj I- H IK. f r p K SR !. !' & v K ;'' THE WATER WORKS BONDS. E. O. Gsrjn JUpUK Full Xhalr X.cessliy anil furpos. To the Editor of the Republic: 1 liava been asked by several citizens within the past few days for an explat a tlon of the circumstances which has neces sitated the calling for, by the water works trustees, of an additional Issue at this time of 550 000 of bonds for new pumping ma chinery, etc, for our water works, and alter making the explanation to one of our T' P " ' . , T . V. asked me the question, I was turprlsru to learn r.m him that he had tx en inspired to vote "No" on the question, but now, as he understood the merits and necessity of the case, he was prepared, and would vote res'" and at hU mggestlon, that others n ay be set right In the matter, I beg leave t 'make a brief statement on the subject. In til! original construction of tho water wo ks in 18$ I, the sy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 March 1888

e2gg&5, w---s5SSHSiS-2S5fi MapoayiS1.'..." ! jm.WpiJHHlj jj."i . '. renin i mm . ssasssmzs KBStssEsaass. j-gJgpJIIjM-v js- Uj.5jj.jyj. ( 4nin. tyi, BEPTTBIIO, SATURDAY BVmK6 MABOS 81188g. vt WHB5W. wMtci:jiiim.at.-Mf; ;... ..cty n., 'x w'.anj &i?rzin'xjm.!r'irv'Y'9 TTiTCTBiiBeBM 1 iTl "JTT i "(" J WirrT i acstai a 1 & AX OLD BATTLEFIELD. SOME POPULAR EltRORS CONCERN ING GUILFORD COURT HOUSE. Greene anilCtiriiiritlll The Generals and ColoneU Under Them--ltrloraf Ion of the Uattle Field Details or the Ilattle. The Iinttl. Ground Asswllltlon. Special Correspondence. RALEian, N. C, March 2G. Of all tasks, that of correcting history is the most diffi cult, and henco an attempt to tell the truo story of the battle of Guilforl Court House, in the war of the Revolution, il attended by a thousand difficulties. Yet those can be mas tered, and the truth ofthe remark made In tho British parliament, that such a victory was practically a defeat, can be plainly shown. After tho lapse o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 March 1888

' 'gf ssg2s-s-5532ss, TSjj. 55ivr ' - -twwww -srapgsjt " Exfr;--1;; jv -- BEPUEUO, SATURDAY EVENING MABOH 31 C1888. . Jwr- -r , ----- - - V-v'-v "-i "-" "7"'.mT,...s.a.n. "-"- ' " ' ., . .1, , &mM &1.li: '$s; 'i 3&n TMWm tfl &. .- 1. V MP i If U J'- tSJgfi si3'? KV ' i i miiimii . ww B t" . 9? PUEBLOS OF ARIZONA. I THE Y0UNQ people. 'Mv A VISITOR TO THE MARIC0PA3 V L'ttlS" DESCRIBES THEIR RACE. - -- hs Old Romances "Sveti Cities of Cibola." 'Welsh Indians" Whits Indiana Os car of the rueblos The Country Dry lot Cp Tlia Coco-Maricopas. (Special Correspondence. rncESll, A. T., March 18. Arizona Is one of the few regions where civilization and a thorough knowledge of the old dajs increases rather than diminishes romantic interest. From the days when Alva Nunez Cabeza do Vaca and his three companions (survivors of the Pamphilo de Narvaez expedition) trav ersed that territory, and still more sinco tho wonderf ul expedition of Coronado in 1541-10, legends multiplied of gre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 March 1888

pC5T v'- J p k. 8 OETia.AJF CANNED Choice Sugar Corn, - 10c " Lima and String Beans, 10c "Tomatoes, - - I2c " Table Peaches, I2c-20c " Preserved Fruits, all kinds. Flour Reduced. Coffee Lower. SUGAR AT COST. CI PAINTER & CO. 36 to 40 Sontli Market Street, near High. All Style, LoTfestTrlces. HYP IE S, The Hatter ml Furnisher, SE. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WAXTED-Immedlately. a Kirl to work as helper on coats: permanent situation and stead j work to toe right party. No :T3 south neater street. ji TTTANTED Never puronase real estate or 1 1 loan money on real estate security, witn ontanatntnctof the title back to theKOT- ernment. prepared by A. Ilradiord, abstractor ot titles; omce. room 9. Arcade. The only per son In the city who Kites his exclusive time ana attention to preparing aosiracis 01 uua ana conveyancing, iseeas ana xnong&Kv. cur. rectly drawn. TTTANTED Man. to take the agency ot our if sales; size tsimis incnes; wei&m ouu lbs.; retail price SJ5; other sizes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 April 1888

J --- T iw.at -- V -... V-,;;.nn-rfir omMfr WHELDON & MERRILL SICL.L, COAL! COA3L! VOL. XXXIV NO. 79. WHELDON & MERRILL pttttg -HELI PURE LAKE ICE. SPEINGFIELD, 0., MOISDAY EVENING .APRIL 2, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. .irTm' , --T 1 n.j " r rfT, iiJ-fMSjasMlflftr-irwiasmlSJpaPHfBJBMSMSM 'V " ll I1 'l ' 'W V) il ii ' 'I "I1 1'n li "VI '! 1 I1 ' - --' -, " fcx egraaaBSHfiSKTssstPffisi-1 -T3r"3KSfp?---' -r-5w-wrriuaiaiiiV' -,7, -gaz- .-;--- ' f fttW rf" PWtt - '4 a 3 t U flfr r. V WEATHER FACTS. IB W.1BHH0T0. Acri!- Otto: Colder, (air weather. Springfield, O., 1 March 31, 1888. j ALL FOR YOU What's the matter with dinner, Bridget ? demanded the head of the house as he came home hungry and tired ; "isn't it ready?" "No, sorr." replied Bridget, "the misthress hasn'tgot back from the cookin school yit." We study the make up for you. We select the stuff and manufacture it, hand you out the whole garment, and, if you don't like it, hand you out another. We study you. We suggest a garmen...

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