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

r - -W. im -try Mil i i7 I ..I ih .vir . ui ' -v,-?j- - BEFUBIIO, MONDAY EVTSPTOKi, APRIL 2, 1888. Ti - ". f . KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF Fop the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White, and Absolutely Pure. If jonr dealer does mK seep White ClondSosp. Mod 10 cents for sample cake to Ibe makers, JHS.S.KIRK&CO., CHICAGO. spring field HUpttblfa M0KOT EVENING. APRIL 2. 1888. It Is the custom of the Kepi'iilic to al ways publish an edition, early la the morning of the day following an election, or any other Important state or national event. The interest In the elections today, and the Importance of them, Is not consider ed sufficient, however, to demand an edi tion tomorrow (Tuesday) morning, conse quently our general rule will not be adhered to. The afternoon editions will contain the full and complete returns. Tbe straw ballot fiend has not yet bro ken loose. The republicans of Columbus should Jielp re-elect Matt Martin, today. 'Hon. David Ji. White, father of the re public...

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. — 2 April 1888

m Iff m. m lW: m -I 4r 11, v M. r Y r w 1 - v ---- -' "- ... jp ' BEPUBUO, MONDAY EVEinNG &KBIL 2 1888. K ' " i . ' ' .. . THE NATIONAL CAPITAL SOCIAL FESTIVITIES TO BE AGAIN RENEWED. Zastar Serrleet and the Dlnnar of the Grld.trn Club Th Coming; Week's Business in Congress Ingsdls Mistake Dissatisfied Congressmen Retire. ment of TerryNo Appointment of Chief Justice Until After the Adjourn- , nient of Congress, ojj, TVAjmsaT0-r.Atml2.Yejferrtar7n.rV ed the close of the Lenten season. The fae V"3 "eentor a number of vears ia lead forty days of fasting and prayer are at an . SPI i" J&JLfjfci ,Icthodist end. Throughout file city tie churches , S.h,u"h' d0ULme"of that '""Bre wer. thrond Trith fashion and society. ' S.'m. "uaJ ..J, 7 V1 ., an The floral dWeva in the rmlnits of tfi. estimable lady, about whom there leading churches were very grand. The galties of social life at the Capital will be resumed to a s-reatextent durfiio- the en.,,. resumed to a great extent during the e...

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. — 2 April 1888

' WiSiWM r-gfossrsass ?fcaeqw.twc,v 5W p- W3JS3B I ! IIIMJ IJMBW 1 s!S2St!S. -"-:w?.j" - --?.T5. , f ilEFUBLlO, MONDAY EVENING. AERIL 2. 1888 Steiafc Mft'saAiff" ?5v -"t uihB4i i iti rr-r " tit Tiriinrr' 1'Wfr Tntrrr rr .IIIIIUBgW H L'. JM jP " 1 " ,T " : If iim-mul . i mWi I if is a m m OISES-AJE CANNED Choice Sugar Corn, - 10c " Lima and String Beans, 10c "Tomatoes, - - I2c " Table Peaches, l2Kc-20c " Preserved Fruits, all kinds. Flour Reduced. Coffee Lower. SPRING HUB SUGAR AT COST. G. wmm 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. I'tfspminiBl AH.Stjlcs, LoircsVPrlces. HYPES, The Ilatter and Furnisher, 5 E. Main PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED "tyANTED Three honest, poshing men In II your Tlclnlty, specla.1 Inducements now; tast-selllnc specialties. Don't delay. SMary from start. Brown Urolhen. nurserymen Kochester.N Y. TStUr WANTED A man of temperate and steady habits. seeMne employment, to represent an old established house In his own State. Mlary $70 to S1IXI per month. Keterencei ex a...

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. — 3 April 1888

tUuM ittf5BfSSDr-)ivTO- . ., lffff-,'r"'1r",;T-riaa' SmSSSSM M'limumm.iwwwiirrt WSri MHMnm Ti:.-3p!pr''y3?W,W--;" '''p WHELDON & MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL -SELI ICE OHELAJP. JACKSON LUMP, $2. SPETN"GEIELI, 0., TUESDAY EVTSKDSG APRIL 3, 1888 PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIVNO. 80. - . . . J-'S!5L? . . TT TTTTT" - i il'ii'l Tl" -11 T Hi ' I -SSSr3J-l-- t , J. "-KWggaiiiaa& .. . ' 1 I ! ! llll 1111 ITI I I III T .1 I .11 ! - ' '"- - ' r -.1 WBRjBfeSMfifiWttMMBSoH - je --'. -- 'V T Synttflflelft jtefla fteprcMfo " I' KB.??' mamm i W f - hTm f- iSiKli I SEL Bait f I 1 lit It m WEATHER FACTS. s Wibbixqto. Aprils. Ohio: armer. fair weather. Springfield, 0., April 3, 1888. IE YEARS GOAT Spring clothes the earth in a new coat, and it is about ready to begin the operation. We don't clothe the earth and don't want to, but we clothe a large portion of the people on this part of the earth, and we call their attention now to just Spring Overcoat We have the finest collec tion of these garm...

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. — 3 April 1888

2aSs&Sf3 t t14SH3BdftK3BnBU9MBCSitctL. -. w . xt - nx-tit '"- ieSs?i&i$f&)si satem-sg- ..ct--.--, jv sasrjJiE!i?BS-Kr?:iiy?'- ; y - ',' -4 - - yK'"Mr- ' t T RflFuBUO, TUESDAY KVTSISTS'Q. AFRTL 3. 1888. i i i i y III -a-" 38www4&iF ''JI''iil''llllffaii'agff,ffMtfrgBtf,ffPaw'S ,n" ir 1 r B if I i H ii lit $ If ir it Is KIRK'S FLOATENC SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Enow WMto and Absolutely Pure. If joer dealer doe not keep White Clona (joap. Mnfl 10 cents for sampla caxe to the msiers, JRS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. pruut"uld Republic 1UESDU EVENING. APK1L 3. 1888. TItE BLECTIOXS X.V OHIO. Monday, April 2d, 1SSS, proved to be a notable day In Ohio. Party lines were drawn In the leading cities and republican Tlctories were gained, almost everywhere. even In the democratic cities of Columbus and Dayton. In Springfield we made a pretty clean sweep, as we expected to, a can be een from reports and printed returns In our city department In Colum bus...

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. — 3 April 1888

jgj'jniirg . "7r.7iiiir "'v.1-! irrv; fjp ".j yJ7 s 1 Min-jiii am ufl1 A h W SJ WWCTT r r-jm ,kH-jaB-"B iSr-rw 7 6 " .? t BEFOBIIO, TUESDAY EVENING APRIL 8 1988. UiflHBHIHIMHHPHvv"1 'n.i,fMiTMiin"-if- " "-" - - " .UHMimMWHmMI &?xasiuswKm-'aK3s&5'r(!-tz?TKZ?v2t. "Tf-'inusfspw?sl-itiT"i' "- - kjj. .-w m Et V "KO SURRENDER," 6WS THE STRIKERS, AND "NO COM PROMISE" STATES THE OFFICIALS. rh Situation Grava and Growing Vary Serious The Rock Island Cotupan y Rw fuss to Handls Q" Cars Hlehlgiaa Central Will rrobablj Follow Suit Chauncsy SI. Dipewi Reported Sjinpa. tnlilng With the Men. Chicago, April 3. A report was Indus- ixioulfr circulated ast evenimr and ob- tained so much crec.ence that it was pub- lished in extra editions of the afternoon pa-' pers, tnai tne iiurungton oniciais nau at last decided to effect a compromise with their striking employes. Inquiries at the seneral offices of the company, however, de veloped the fact that the report was siraply- a canard, ana one ot tn...

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. — 3 April 1888

t WC,' "-,. . , ,, . fc gsKs - t- -. m -; IA. UI.S. lE E r& i -v b Elv-a- 1 Ml "-- 'er.T-- -v " "-,? .... I,',','rt, - . 'BMMBMHKSaiMMgfejyja ! ' . ,-.-..,.. .,--. JJE isi f if JCgPTTBIAO, TUESDAY KVmgfe, APRIL 3 1888. . I i ' i ' i I f OTT'FtA'P IPIIDIRIP MrniPlflirP may musical festival. bold burglary. the fuel of the future CANNED GOODS 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. c j. mm & go. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. j.;'--5!e All Style", LowestTrices. HYPES, The Hatter aiid,Turnlshrr, S E. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TTTANTED Olrl to do general homework In I aiamuy 01 roar. Apply at onceainj south Shaffer street 80m TrANTED Three honest, pushing men In IT your Tlcinlty; special Inducements now; iast-selllnc specialties. Don't delay. Salary from start Brown jjromers, maritTymen Rochester. X.Y. TStUr" TrrANTED Xever parcnase r...

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. — 4 April 1888

a&&. re.'.: !- ii ,fMiraS?gggIiggS .-grg,- -jr-VTM.-Frr SSfSISS9 MLMliimWLlWlLILJWI H'l Iheldok&herr,ll CSffrftfftffrlfr Halm liiiblfc WT RR,LL , . . h VOL. XXXIV NO. Si. . ' SPEENGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING APRIL 4. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. I WEATHER FACTS. nDQT 1X1 A STORYOFADVENTURE. HERE THEY ARE. SSSSSSTatSSSSA C IT P fl M II CIHTIflM IE. t . tz r m? B I I Jl I lUll. A Yonne Uid Dr..,.. In. on N.l,h. n. Neff is Deculiarlr well qualified for the T f I . 1 1 lU 1 1 rill II Mill 1ft If St. I- It It re flf -L. WiBBiKCTo. ApriU. Onto:! " boring village ua uies a Remnrkn. ofTlce of county treasurer. UsLUUlIU LUI I lUlll saies-ai iv V.L warmer. uireather. 2:4tS I. 3MC- bie imtory. An Array of Material from Which to Se- , NEW Springfield, ),0... I 3. 1888. f April TIE YEAR'S GOUT Spring clothes the earth in a new coat, and it is about ready to begin the operation. We don't clothe the earth and don't want to, but we clothe a large portion of the people on this part of the ea...

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. — 4 April 1888

.-vcSMSf4?S5& ' ' t r " I II I lull !! i.iii,ii:h Mli'MllllSijtlJBjaTli y -"jrc'j'eTSBBgSS' ;; Tg - s- s, fit il I- i ill in If 1 : .; Hi Bi ICi R sC S FLOATING SOAP IS THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow Whito and Absolutely Pure. II your dealer docs not keep White Clond o. lend W cent tor sample ease to tna maun, JRS. S. KIRK 5 CO., CHICAGO. prni0fwUl grptilfc WEONESDIT EVENING. APRIL 4. 1818. JL rSEFCZ. STATE lySTITUTIO.V. Ohio has quite a number ol very Interest lag and useful benevolent and reformatory Institutions, but we do not believe that there Is quite as much possible outcome, for good, to any two ot them, as there is to, the Girls' Industrial School, at the White Sulphur Springs, twelve miles from Dela ware, and its. twin Institution, the Boys' In dustrial School, located among the Hocking hills, six miles from Lancaster. We have already described the girls school, and spoken of its management and good fruit, and we take pleasure now In speaking of the b...

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. — 4 April 1888

U3&&&& "-fr-2 Mrt fcaKjPcS'8!. rj-. ryras Twnrryrn irnrtfi .---sKr5 :jgBMMBWWMMife&fc).-i-"-ip""i'l'i' " I'll ihtiiw AJW' e r iK I K '6 fe It-S- fe f!c IS- ft " heF aar atttaMw nrrmii 1 1 n JFBNCH AfflAIRg. THE NEW MINISTRY IN A PRECAR IOUS CONDITION. fiariom Trouble Ioolced For Xext Sunday at Irlih Stealings Sllclittr Phelps to Sail For Home General uropeaa ewi. Loxdos, April 4. The Journal Dcs De- bats and La llepublique Francaise violent- ly assail the new Cabinet for its loss of Op- portunist support, and declare that had the uiiuuirv ueen cneciaiiv constructed wim the object of antagonizing all political par ties and groups ana repelling parliamentary and public support, it could not hare more effectively achieved those ends. The with drawal of Mm. Kicard and Lou bet has rendered the life of the Cabinet more precarious if that were possible than before, and If. Flon- Suet's weak declaration of the principle! of le new Government in the Chamber of Deputies ha...

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. — 4 April 1888

i . lasaatsssas: Cfc3l?ttiri-w..- . i&3Pri&w&re&7Beysaxep&i 52ys?s- . vv ; "y34"Vt- 'vw'i ",' :j"s.-t;:?' MM&SSmIf-? i 'virk iMSFrjBXaO, WEDNESDAY ffOSSniirQ, AFEIL 4. 1888. , ... .. - . -. . . ......, , , ., , .. . -.,,. ,i ,,, ,, nl........l.llilHII "' ii. 'smmmmmmmmmmmmKmsmm "mmsmmim 3 ri ! : i CANNEDGQODS 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. C. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. All Style?, LowestPrices. HYPES, The Hatter nnrt,l"urtilbrr, S K. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TTT ANTED fllrl to do reneral homework In II a family of four. Apply at once at 143, team snauer street " "ITANTED Three honest, pushing men In If your vicinity; special Inducements now; last-selling specialties. Don't delay. Salary rrom start itrown uromers. jur.crjiuou Rochester, X V. 79tUr WANTED Man. to take the agency of our safes; size 2SxlS...

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. — 5 April 1888

. ti- itvmffitxivrni 4mun:r''S?72X :! ESfl i,L "5 '- Lab SKS? - "w-ASs vrwE5iaE& si-: totrlttfMi WHELDON & MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL -SEH.I -SKL.I ICE CHEAP. JACKSON LUMP, - $2.25 SPETGFTELD, O., THUKSDAY; EVENING APEIL 5, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 82. .-WOrr . . nrr'vTl jfaittt jUpttMfo. m P. I WEATHER FACTS. He TTaibisgto. Aprils. Ohio: Kain.inuowea on i-riaay colder, Iklr weather. Springfield, O., , April 5, 1888. J raws com Spring clothes the earth in a new coat, and it is about ready to begin the operation. We don't clothe the earth and don't want to, but we clothe a large portion of the people on this part of the earth, and we call their attention just now to Spring Overcoats. We have the finest collec tion of these garments this season that it has ever been our good fortune to get to gether. They run in prices between $6 and $30, and we are sure cannot fail to please every taste. The-wide Wales are a particularly?taking coat in appearance, both as to s...

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. — 5 April 1888

" aSfigsSs .j 3T2 ijeKMSSSSSSS: fcsaacvg-giwe?.-. t E?C-SV -T- l fr 3 & KIRK'S v A' A s? FLO ATBNC SOAP THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Tollot and Laundry. Enow Whito and Absolutely Pure. 11 yonr dealer doe. not keep White aood jkap. lead 10 cents tor sample cake to the makers, JRS.S.KIRK&CO., CHICAGO. prtngfuU gUpbli THUiSDIT EVMISQ. APRIL 6.1888. Spring fever is slaying. Its thousands, but house-cleaning Is slaying Its tens of thou sands. Allen O. Myers Is said to be in Cuba. We cannot Havana doubt that he Is in-Cuba-ting another scheme of scoundrelism. Boston has no more use for the great ex slngser. A p-it;illst who cannot punch and punish cannot be a beloved bunny In Boston. There are atxmt 80,000 commercial trav elers in the United States, and every moth er's son of them gets there, with great regularity and precision. TneGrlnnell (Iowa) Herald, a thrifty and well-conducted semi-weekly, edited and owned by Dr. S. A. Cravath, formerly of this city. Is now of age, having Just en...

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. — 5 April 1888

!' I; & m 9 m- li ts- to ft. b- ii Mgffi&" IN EMINENT DANGER OF BEING SHELLED Br Use United State War Ships The Gorernrnent lie fuses the Demands Made ty Consul Lewis French Attain and Election of President of Chamber of Deputies Other Foreign Xem. Losdos, April 5. With the exception of I.a Justice, every newspaicr in l'aria has jo ned in the attack upon the minisrty, led by La Kepublique and the Debats. The appointment of M. Goblet to the ministry of foreifm affairs is especially condemned, not that the gentleman leans tonanl meas ures of revenge, but because of his well known inability to control his tongue. The concensus of newspajieroiiinion is that he is more dangerous than any other member of the cabinet, for while the blunders of the others can only cause inconvenience and annoyance at home, the unconciliatit disposition otil. Uoblet will make the set tlemiit of rtassim; erenU with fureiim countries extremely difficult and naturally still further impair the diplomatic...

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. — 5 April 1888

&&&& tfEFUBHO, THURSDAY EVTiamJrG. APBIL S. 1888. &V- ":. &3 N Hi f CHEAP CANNED GOODS Choice Sugar Corn, - 10c " Lima and Siring Beans, 10c "Tomatoes, - - I2c " Table Peaches, I2c-20c " Preserved Fruits, all kinds. Flour Reduced. Coffee Lower. SUGAR AT COST. C. SG to 40 South Market Street, near High. All Styles, Lowcst;PrIces. HE "ST IF E2 S, The Hatter and,KurntU-r, 5 K. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED Those vrantlne help In bouse eleanlne can be accommodated by calling on or addresslns Mrs. Alexander. 61 north Is- abelle street. - WANTKD-Local airont to sell a new article, Liberal terms. Address, statins ace. A B- this offlce. - TXTAJiTED-A cood Birl to do housework In II small ramuy. inquire ox j.-j. .dw.iwik. rear 163 Falrstreet. 82a WANTED Two men to do vise and lath e T-v- a l r C5h I nu.&. .ktfuuuutM w. v-- TTTANTED Three honest, pushing men In If your vicinity: special Inducements now: fast-selllnc specialties. Don't delay. Salary from sta...

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. — 6 April 1888

tS32SZ2&SS ..fPyfrfejgyfrp tptMc WHELD0N& MERRILL -SELI ICE CHEAP. SPEmGITELD, O., MttDAY EVENING APRIL G. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. 83. .BSAs Jr )9m' JrS' 'ws' sr sy sW sr 9 r r W r w J w r JACKSON LUMP, - $2.25. C Hf " MP v V - . . ----- ' ' Efe mcr IfiK.- 1 & WEATHER FACTS. H i WlRBUOTO. Aprllfi. OhlO- FalOrratner. colder Saturdar morning, followed by rlslnc temperature. SPRINGFIELD, O., April 6, 1888. THE EYOLUTION OF CLOTHES ! The frock coat is "English, you know," and it's first re corded appearance is in 1540, in the reign of Henry VIII. That much-marrying monarch is said to have worn "a coat of velvet somewhat made like a frock, embroidered all over with flatted gold of damaske," when he met Anne of Cleves, and found her so abominably ugly that, although he con sented to marry her for the sake of Protestant good will, he divorced her in six months at a cost of 3,000 pounds a year to his treasury. The Great Improvement. If he thought her ugly, what mus...

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. — 6 April 1888

!? ii I W II- -... , Jf"t Hls n . yirVV?!' tmw t'WjiM i-nL i i tiii nwi i 111 1 iimaiiiriiii.irrrr11" qsgssEsae.. sssagaargs. ;' "flBT &z!Bl&r mwS? -' ( ? r -wBSper . i I Hill. ssiMPJ IIIIIIIIH'I IW law I II Hi I lWHWIlPilll ilfcl ll' PWMWIigM'IMIIMIHilllllPlllMB BIMM 11 .! III Hi II H H Ji ' i III i - J- ,LTS. JnMwnolliVtun.- t r '7 i a 'I . -J- 1-7- J" .J- v -..,, .ji- ...s,r.. KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP -IS THE CHIEF For tbo Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Enow Whito and Absolutely Pure. If yonr dealer Joe not kep White aoudSoap. land 10 cenu Jor smpl to the mslers, jns. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. priuflfwlrt gUpblte FKIDU EVtMPiG. (PRIL 6. Ibl8 April 37th will be Arbor Day In Ohio. Count Rhode Island's electoral vote for the republican candidate. Springfield people have been eating Tery fine IrUh potatoes, from Belfast Bananas are arriving here by the car load, luia is a great town for fruit. It appears that Judge Lawrence Is the only father of the republican party now living. Jaco...

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. — 6 April 1888

--'sg - --2sct -. . -.. --0?T-. w.,, , , , n.,,1- ,,, rI-il " "VVlLVJ--LJlll :"J ''-'z!?! REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVEmFG APRIL 6 1888. amuammmmtmmmxtr" rrwrnrm nam iiw i ni aBi iwiiii i xthmhh .itjMiiLiyi'ji-axumiaiiia v ? i WO CENT FARES. THE HOUSE AMENDS THE HALEY B1U. AND PASSES IT. The Temperance Instruction BUI Puim the Senate The Sunday Bill Taken From the Senate Committee The Sen ate Poitpones the Two Cent Bills. Colcmbcs, 0., April 6L Senate. The Senate discussed at length the Ames till providing for he instruction in the common schools upon the effect of narcot ics and alcohol in the human system. Mr. Adams ollcred an amendment, which was adopted, providing that instruc tion shall be orally only. The bill was then passed by tlio fol lowing vote: Democrats in italics, ayes Alexander, Barrett. Jlraddock, Cole. Cow- 5 ill. Cutler, HaviSj Ford, Geyser, Glover, luffman, Kerr, Lindtexr, Massie, ilehaffey, Morrison. Kannells, RoUrrtson, Sinnett, bnj der. Stull. Taylor. Townseud 23. Kavs:...

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. — 6 April 1888

"sPiS . -"sa-gatsgEww..,. SSkffiXK .? tCEPtTBUO, FRIDAY XYHSIffrG, APRIL G. 1883. ?? . SPECIAL! Gold Medal Flour, 1-8 bbl., GOr. All high-grade Flour, now G3c .rresii Crackers, - - or. Potatoes, down to$L per bushel. Extra large Prunes, 6 1-4. a lb. Fresh Tegetables Daily. Gaseline Stoves, o. IT'S A. FACT: WE SELL CHEAP 3G to 40 South Market Street near High. NEWISPRING HATS! All StjlesLowestyrlces. jes: riP b s, The llatter and.Furnli.lier-. 5 Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WANTED A partner In a well established sal cood paying business; good salary and handsome dividends to the rlchtman. Address J. A. IL, In care of Carrier ho. 4. Springflela. 0; S3t TTTAXTED-SItu&tion by a colored boy. as IT worklmi for private family. Address II. H. Stewart, care Dally Republic. 83a w ANTED Nurse slrl; must give references. Callatonceati73&.riccnreei. asa WANTED A man who understands garden- IUK. V...I. a. . u..ua.u a...... w- TtTANTED Two men to do Tlse and lath lY work. St. John 8. JI C...

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. — 7 April 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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