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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 7 April 1888

iii "JMB?feTatJt'?Bfry,yifi3Cfflr n;."r-l. - -rr - - m-i"- - - . t u -V -w- . " -- ?ialgg!g"-' "" a-' gair.1Sf;Sf tfVw.J" RnHMMM - ""v r& ir.T' -'v- - - -.--yjpjg; REPTTBUO, SATUBDAY EYEJTOTG APRIL 7 1888 iuaiiiPbi' w-; mmmw . A t - "? T" - :iv.j- V. --- "- 3l fif lr M BOARD OF PARDONS. HOUSEOF REPRESENTATIVES PASSES THE UNDSEY BILL. atwldlns; Itesrvolr BUI l'atiti the lions Tna Ames Temperance Instructloa BUI Discussed Again 31 eat Inspection BUI Introduced. CoiXMncs, 0., April 7. The Senate, f The following bills were introduced: Mr. Rannells To conform the various provisions of the "husband and wife act" to the present statutes. Mr. Townscnd To enable the Commis sioners of the Columbus Centennial to pro tect that exhibition from the sale of liquors under the statutes now in force for the State Board of Agriculture. Mr. Kannells Exempting pension money and property of pensioners from execu tion. Mr. Robertson Transferring Shelby county from the Second to third Circuit of the 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. — 7 April 1888

gPit, - t- i n it - 'fWiMTBlMr 1888. ' Si BEPUBUO, SATTTRDAY EYEmiTG AFEIL It it- ' IS t if sni rV If W IPr K K P7 few 3fe IK fr f.F Ff f IiE. r THE FLYEfG ML WONDERFUL WORK OF MAIL HAND LERS ON FAST TRAINS. Clileaco racks a Car (low Hrd the Clerks Work "Onto the Scheme." llapld Transfer Taking Mall on the Fly An American Achievement. Special Correspondence. Chicago, April 3. 6 '.i ' IIE groat strike on the Burlington road has not interrupted tho running of the fast mail trains from this city to the west Promptly at 3 o'clock every moraine the fast train has started on its journey to the city of Omaha, One recent morning I was a passenger by that train, at the invita tion of Hallway Mail Superintendent White, I was the only passenger, and though there were no scats and no comforts, I never en joyed a more interesting railway ride. As I climbed into one of the two white cars which made up the train I could find no place to sit, and but a very poor place to stand. The blizzard belated...

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. — 7 April 1888

raH&artMMaMMiaaTMDH-ai mm i -in tTrffrraiMMMMWfcilMEfr5Mia:: PTSfgfTS st'7 &33HBB!MFS5raEKw" .T'B??P ? - - -t- Z3 U ' m W: ?i JS re is Kl. nl'if-' ' pnngt:uii gfpuliiu ETES1NQ AXD rTEEKLT. Tk "Bf buWIc" prists tkr S Tork aa West tb Auorlated Press Dhpatrhts aad'tae Ututrr Cable (Foreign) Telegrams. O. M. NICUOI.S, IHOS. O. BROWN, PitSIDlST. SICaiTiaV. CHARLES E. CLARK, TSI1SCKIS. SPBINEFIELQ PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors. CLIFTON M. NICHOLS, editor. THOMAS 0. BROWN, associate iditob. CflARLKS E. ;LARK. arsiinssmiuoia. inK EVENING hepudijo is published every evening except Sunday. and ts deliv ered at the rate of Ten Cents per week, (sin gle numbers. Two Cents. THE SATURDAY KVKNIKO KEFUBT.IC Is twice the stie ol tue retulardatly edition with eight pages filled with editorial matter society news, special features, telegrarhli and local news, etc.. and sold only at Two Cents. TIIE WEKKLT BEPDIIUO Is published every Thursday, and Is one ol the most com plete laml...

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. — 7 April 1888

- EEFUBIIO, SATURDAT EVETOTG APBIL frii i -i-i-nr-Mrriifi - - . yn ,. . , ...... ,j LaaaB! s-BSPgNlll-l-Jw - 7 1888. !e3 fBMiWMWWiMMMMMM0"MMg'iMMaMBBWaWMWMMMP""'"iBa5a"'""'" 5 Ar. s n -r m ts-r. ? ! r f r , K ft? k IS, i fcr t l ?-! . F 3 - K flTll'll'r A I1 II FAMILY CATHERINC. THE CHURCHES m rn.i ii mi.i r trsa- . v r, . j r j i n , o in ii Oo.dSdalliOur. 1-8 bbl., GOr. All lllKh-grade Flour, now G3c FreHh CraCkT8, - OlVjIaj Slst, lbOS. She was married to John Potatoes, down to $1 per bushel. Extra large Prunes, 61 i. a lb. Fresh Vegetables Daily. Gasoline StoTes, - - $5. IT'S -V FACT : WE SELL CHEAP CI PITER & CO. 36 to 40 South Market Street near Well. NEWSFH1NG HATS! All Style, LowestTrlce. IF IE. S, Th Hat ter and Furnlalier, S E. Mittn. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WANTED To rent a ood home ot cine or ten roorss. centrally located. Call on lr. T.F BUas.-lltchelbloc.. CU WANTED Local agents for an s-ecllty. Fire I'rool Sales. N V. agent ordered a carload tint week, a N J. ai-t ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 7 April 1888

?- v -v icMftngwsisssassassBi REPUJJUO, SATURDAY EVENING APRIL. 7 1888 - ' TA - S-J- SBBSBSMBBBl Besme bjbb i ; . le? . 'C. flsNf 1 i CHIEF JUSTICE WAITE. GOSSIP ABOUT THE LATE JUSTICE AND HIS PREDECESSORS. ITalte'a Judicial Ancestry Ills Birth place at Lyme, Conn. How llo Xooked and Actwl Stories or HU Practice. II la Foulble Successor. Special Correspondence. WASncroTOX, April 3. Chief Justice Waited death continues to be the talk of Washington. The Capitol is still draped in black, and tha fluted white Corinthian pillars are wound nround with many black sashes. The supreme court room looks as somber as a mausoleum, and the chief justice's chair has become a seat of crape. The judges spcik in low tones as they move about tho Capitol, and sad words are heard on every side. I CHIEF JCSTICE WAITE. JadgoTVaite had fewer enemies than any other man In Washington, and his friends were many. Ho was dignified, but not snob bish, and he would carry on a pleasant con versation and laugh as w...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 7 April 1888

tMM-T5irrn i' i.-sssisanafriinlWiiirrtlistiVsaslaTfcssftisTffT's vr--i yr v T's S? .r-".--, "-- i - snSSSSJfESasmaSKaasBrSi' f'r'-r'!r. T(-'v, ' - BEFUBUO, SATTJBP AY EVENING APRIL 7 1888. sTl?? w r i fir- &-' v W An Independent roslfioru CLIMBING THE ALPS 'W-- ."& Kiy- mill if WM-Ww Gentleman What are you doing now, 8am Sam I flint Join' nuffln, sob, I frotred up my job1 las' vfooic 1 had trubble wif do boss, oil' I jess tole him ho cuddent fool dis cullud getnmen no mo'. I'so independent, I is. An olo aunt o' mine died an'leF me twenty-fl' dollahi Tho Epoch. Connotation. A lady dressed in deep mourning and hav ing alooiof Bostonian refinement and re serve, got on a Chicago train bound for Den ver ono day last week. Away out in Kansas, near Doadwood creek, there boarded the train a native of the soil in the shape of a woman in a green delaine dres:, a blue and red shawl and a yellow nubia. She dropped easily and gracefully into the seat in front of tho lady in black, turned...

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. — 7 April 1888

villi! I ' P lffmi 'ii'ffrffff r'bSBEMKhrfailiBMBMHTililWBiyitoMliBi ii TMW f 3V3& iaePTTBUO, 8ATURPAY JBTONIG, A3?BIL 7. 1889. -: i i- :i E6 3g. Sit Tiffed 5 &Krti3 kPi ii lillsli- I nnnillP lirninilirP south Charleston. i orniiib ivituiu nta AT CASPER'S DRUG STORE. Fresh Seldlitz Powder?, For Sick Headache. Sour Stomach. Heart' burn, etc, sola In boxes and by single ones, Solution Citrate Mepncsla, Useful In Headache. Indices tlon. Bllllout ness. etc., always freshly prepared, and Is as pleasant as lemonade. Granular Citrate Magnesia, Same as abore. only In dry state. True Crab-orchard Salt, Granular Efft rtescect Salts, Pore Bocbelle Salts, And all other laxative and cooling medi cines lor sale at GASPER'S Drug Store, Msber'sBtock, MftlnBtreet.Sd Door West of X.lmMtonet8pringlleiiI. COMING KYKNTS. Black's April 5, 6 and 7, with Satur day matinee, the French Grand Opera Co. Gbaxd. Saturday, April 7th, Mclntyre and Heath's Minstrels. Grand. Wednesday, April 11, Keene, tn "K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 April 1888

aag?aginaBgoijgs??g t" T prittflfM WHELD0N& MERRILL WKELDON & MERRILL -8KLI t ri&-; ICE CHEAP m JACKSON LUMP, - $2.25. SPEmGFIEU), O., MCXN33AY EVEjTOTG APEIL 9. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIVNO. 85. $WWMC. Cr WEATHER FACTS. 15 WxsmxoTn, April 9. Onto. Wanner, ram. Springfield, O., ) April 7, "1888. J NEEDED REPAIR ! One day Arline and Katie were discussing a story which the latter had read a long time ago. Katie said that she did not believe it was true. whereupon the little seven- year-old indignantly cried "Katie, your believer is out of order, your rememberer needs to be altered, and your forgetter needs to be made smaller." Along about this time of year there is a good deal of that sort of general dilapida tion in men's apparel. The winter overcoat is well worn ; the hat shows the effect of a long campaign with heavy weather. Trousers have saw teeth around the edge. The neck-scarf needs to be re placed. Here is Where You Get It. Not that this is a repair shop. We...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 April 1888

sggggjnKggsa :rr. -,, .try -rr-l -r-igM'1 iflHLBftLaaflBBLaBaaaiiH -;w REPtfSUO, MONDAY EVENCTG, APRIL 9, 18RR. tBjffffa.WKry ",r "" 5? t 'wy ft c PI?" - i MM- M PA ISf KIRK'S fe? IK FLOATING SOAP -IS THE CHIEF For tha Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow While and Absolutely Pure. If your dealer does not keep White Clood Soap JHS. S. KIRK S CO., CHICAGO. HOVTMT EVENING. PHIL 9. I8E8. Marietta Is now resting: herself. The Buffalo Exprcst is working a boom for PhlL Sheridrn It Is better lu oe in good spirits than to have good spirits In you. The Chicago -,.u. t. "If jon want to shout caiiUulatra, nuw get Juur guns. .Ex-Governor Russell A. Alger, of illcl Ban, once practiced law at Akron. Th: accounts for Alger. There is nothing on earth ngller than ( pnze beauty in a show, unless it is an Otc Wilde kind of a dude. It is charged that Senator Ingalls thinl that he is nne looking. If lie does, he o tainly has good judgment. , Major General George Crook, of the T S. army, was born In Wajne tow...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 April 1888

t ft"?' If kr ir'r t-- E VT THE WORLD'S WAYS. SUNSHINE AND SHADOWS OF EVERY DAY LIFE. 0tnukf Enolde&t. Happening Throughout the Union Onoe a Railroad Frealdent, Sow a Taerant From Abtect Porer. to Riches A. Tramp's Singular Death. I The Stmng-e Funeral of Jake Sharps. A- Mother's arlef Turned to Joy. Norr Yoke, April 9. One of the queerest episodes that ever occurred in this uty was the funeral of Jacob Sharp which occurred Saturday evening at his fate residence in West Twenty-third street. The utmost ecrecy marked all the arrangements and so one was allowed to enter the house ex cept by an invitation especially sent by the family. J Even the visitors had evidently been instructed not to give any information about the affair, and, when questioned, de nied the funeral was taking place. By actual count ninety-three persons attended outside of the family, most of them em ployes of Sharps street railroad. Ilia body was buried yesterday. Mrs. Sharp is very ill. .The heroic devo tion,...

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. — 9 April 1888

. jZEPUBIAO, MONDAY JVEjING, APBIL 9, 1868 sssa -" SPECIAL! Gold Medal Flour, 1-8 bbl., GOc. All high-grade Flour, now G3c Fresh Crackers, - - 5c. Potatoes, down to$l per bushel. Extra large Prunes, 61-4. a lb. Fresh Vegetables Daily. Gasoline Stores, - $5. IT'S A. F-A-CT : W SELL CHEAP SPRING MEDICINES CASPER'S DRUG STORE. Freh Seldlitz Ponders, , For Sick Headache. Soar Stomach. Heart burn, etc , sold In boxes and by single ones. Solution Cilraio Magncsk, Useful In Headache. Indigestion. Bullous- sess. ete . alnays freshly prepared, and Is as pleasant as lemonade. Granular Citrate Magnepla, Same as above, only In dry state. Tr no Crab-orchard Salts, Granular ff rvescent Salts, Fore Rocnelle Salts, And all other laxative and cooling medi cines for sale at GASPER'S Drug Store, risntr'sBlMk, MftlnBtrMt.Sd Door West of UmMtonstSprlngfleld. c. PAYNTER & CD S6 to 40 South Market Street near-High, PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TrANTED-A Ctrl for general housework at if 170 west uign. p TI...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 April 1888

J .A C&- . 8S3Ssw-w, ?? PTP" r-rlWC , -C " WHELDQN & MERRILL SELL JACKSON LUMP, $2.25. SPEmGilELD, O., TUESDAY EVEIOTG APRIL 10. 1888. Vol. xxxiv no. S6. J!- ?l!Mafc -aRr WHELDB r We have sow oa Hb fm Of LaerHg tor ii iv- vr I; WEATHER FACTS. S IS PiHlBTO.AprU10 0610 Rin. followed y coiner, clean ne weather. THE DANCERS OF FREE TRADE. The Iutj or Workincmen to Meet the lame Manfully. . Mr. Timothy Kiddy, that stalwart repub lican of the Seventh ward, has handed the Kkpublic the following, which Is bo full ot good points that It Is reproduced in full: Editor Irish World A great soldier once said that a great newspaper was as good as 50,000 men lu defending the rights ot the people, and, thank God, free trade England and her friends in America are finding out that the IrUh World la as good as 100,000 men. Already some of the mug wumps hare asked me the question; "Why did jou write such a letter as tha to the irai uonur loni you Knowinai jou will do the democratic party an Inju...

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. — 10 April 1888

SEFTTSIia TUESDAY ffraNmQ, APBTL 10, 1888. mm aaaaaaafi'" BBBBaHaaW- "" 1 41 ':". c i-r- - I 9SS -TaSM "4S!L-aa bIbb7P ' ... J- - '. - 1- TV 11 i V ' -. y" -m HlTl mxmatieii f " -Br '3i . . . MUKS- f IRK'S mfcflbiq9UD y .i FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF Jtotb, Toilet and Laundry. a. and Absolutely Pure. .faM tw kft WfcltA Plond POSD. for sample cue to tne makers. LS. KIRK 5 CO., HiTCMCACO. XCX DEMJSDBD FOR SCOT XdXD. Ljiwwceivrd from the Scottish dJWe 'Association, of which society t-Moble the Marquis of Breadal- ::irtierOBght to be a good fellow. Is , aad of whose executive corn- John Stnart Blackie Is (ore Claim foi Home Kale." yoJwthj Is what is wanted lUghadtthe Professor, they H!"jftt shop, tor we believe ,Qn erica, but Scotland and H-Ir other civilized people?, banwOBiy. Being Americans 'Sgteraup under a system that state and each city and village fe of legislating for Itself and ljits,Gwa local affairs, and this f ngiflven our country a growth f Ity the like of which has never Tn'hi...

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. — 10 April 1888

pqWWiltIk.1WMl!ig HriM REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING APRIt 10 1888. m . & IV m W if Ifesf. l-w- iT I U- IV. H: ms u. IISr THE SPBING Almost evervbodv wants a "Spring Tonlo" Mere Is a ilni pie testimonial. vMcb snows h -w :. 11 li.lsreira ded. It will knock your mala lla out and restore jour appetite : Splendid for a Spring Tonic. Asuxutox. 0a., June 30. 1837. I suffered with malaria blood poison more or les, a ltbe time, ana the only medicine that aid me any nood Is B. B. B. It Is un duuDtedly the best blood medicine made, and lor this malarial ciuntry should be used by eieryonelu thesprlnK of the year, and as cood In summer, tall and wluter as a tonic and blood purifier. Gives Better Satisfaction.. . Cams. Kt.. July 6th. 1857. Plesae and me one box Blood Balm Catarrh SuuS by return mill, as onr ot my customers Is tiling 11. U. tt.lorcaieiru auu uo. otthesuult. B II, 11. Elves better satisfaction than any medicine lever sold. 1 have sold 19 dozen In the past ten weeks, and It elves ...

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. — 10 April 1888

't-gaanato"- S?Tt- rv; ta y ',tgcrrT .. m e, ?i ----. sfrsr'a li E- V. fc?- 5i ICIAL! rWbbLvGOfv Flour, now 63c -- ers, - - oc. Ki mto$l per bushel. - l Prunes, 6 1-4. a lb. tetanies Daily. rs, - - 5&. '. 3Ba.crrs CHEAP fNTER & GO. Job Ik -Market -Street Mar High. ',; flee, LowesVPrlces. IF IBS, Mtar sd.FiiTBlsher, S K. Main. ASK TOR THE No bones over Lip to break. QnicHy and perfectly adjust ed to the lorm. 1 JksB&a Steel! Doable Beam! ARRANTED. ViJKVWHhiHT;. i Setter Corset by mail, post-paid, ; torus; imjujlh. Mfg. Co., Jackson, Mich. tvficiatCand Surgeon. 1 5.JIO. T BUCKINGHAM'S "BLOCK. S1U11T BbbU. at tell them from new goods," i cf our c&trons says of the lace . iMBrfried by Marshall's Home r.'4 Telephone 188. .; SCmcrlarsu. Get them done op In trie at Marshall's Home Laun- 1 aaa 13 .west High street ,..;; Handsomely Cleaned. jjiVli the time to save money. The i Dye worts is sow pre- repair ladies' and out "ripping. Ladies' dresses are ed in rake, hii n n WM BA...

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. — 11 April 1888

VOL. XXXIVNO. 87. PRICE TWO CENTS. ;. l i . .. 1 1 . 1 I i k 1 i i III i 4i WEATHER FACTS, p WAHMinOTOM.ADiilll. Oh!n- si.Rnuy corner, i&ir wei&cr. 3: A PLEASANT COMPANY. V Mr. Clarauee Bltlearjr Entertains Quit Handsomely at the Arcade Ilotel, In Houorof Hh Sisters. A very elegant little party was given at the Arcade parlors last evening by Mr. Clarence L.Hllleary,ln honor of his sisters. Misses Mamie and Jennie, who are paying him a visit. Mrs. Thomas F. McGrew, Jr., aciea as cnaperone zor me party, ana a merry one it was. The evening was pleas ant throughout, and dancing, to the music of Kigio's harp, was kept up until 11 o'clock, when a dainty lanch was served in the dining-room. The Misses Illlleary, whose home is at Washington, D. C are most pleasant la dies to meet, and made many friends while nere. 1 nose present were: air. and Mrs. Thomas F. McGrew. Jun.; Misses Mamie Hllleary, Jennie Wlleary, Fannie Foley, Alice Foley, Eva Carson, Mary Cassilly, Lulu Jcfferle; Mess...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 11 April 1888

7 Wfc' .ir T i i. iIWMIMM II I WaEj. m m M KIRK'S ? FLOATING SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF Fop tho Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White- and Absolutely Pure. If your dealer doe not keep Wblte Cloud PoP lead W emu for mpl oe o the nmker. JRS. S. KIRK & GO., CHICACO. jmngfitld gtpubii WETNESPtT EVEHIHG. PRIL II. 1888 s "Now let Allen 0. Myers turn state's evi dence! Should lie do so, what a demo cratic circus we should hare! Logan county, Ohio, seems to bo the mother of statesmen. She should spank a p few ot them and put them to bed. Mr. Blaine is at ono and the same tlmt on tho verge of the grave and in robui' health. Only a very great man Is capabli of that sort of thing. ' i We are for an American and not an European Sunday. 'o liquor should b sold, and no public entertainments given on an American Sunday. 4 - Jay Gould has driven the New York Bcr aid off of the fence, for once, and forced it to take one side of at least one question, without straddling or hedging. Twenry-sevenTears ago ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 11 April 1888

ggagssaa .t.u t-1. t mi Fs: TFS9w-gjKiP pk." leavr"3 fe'.iJUl'ilMM'JalMlUWUJllll iMH" WmmBBmBBaBSISMllimifS w. V PRESIDENT DICUS. "Ls Eoi Est Mort; Vive Le Eoi!"-0r- ganization cf the New Council Last Evening. Comlderable Work Accomplished nt the DMtliui-An Ortlinauce to lUpeul ths ITIit.tla Ordinance UtTered. The old council met for the last time In regular session last (Tuesday)' evening, and was called lo order at 7:80 o'clock by pres ident Thomas. Absent: Mesirs. Green and Hanlka. The minutes ot the last regular meeting were read and approved. Mr. Dicus presented a communication from the Champion Machine Co. relative to widening and straightening Gillett avenue, between Vine and Gallagher streets. It was decided for council to meet as a committee on the whole to view the scene of the proposed improvement Mr. Smith, from the street committee. offered a resolution accepting the plat f George spences addition to the city, with the uual conditions. The resolution was adopted, and, o...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 11 April 1888

r iagUBUO, -WEDNESDAY EVEKTNG, APBTL 11. 1888. I II fl m SPECIAL! Gold Medal Flour, 1-8 bbl., 60c. All high-grade Flour, now 63c Iresh Crackers, - - 5c. Potatoes, down to $1 per bushel. Extra large Prunes, 61-4. a lb. Fresh Vegetables Daily. Gasoline StoTes, - $5. IT'S A. FACT: WE SELL CHEAP C.W. PAYNTER & CO. 30 to 40 South Market Street near High. All.Stjlep, LoTresCPrlces. T3L IT IF B S, The Batter and.Furnlsher, 5 K. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. nTANTED-House of not leas than 9 rooms. IT modern build. Cgas. water works, bath room, furnace, with or without stable, by a permanent, prompt paying temant; will lease fori, a or 3 years. Address Lock Box Q. city. "VXANTED Middle-aged woman to do Dense ly work and take care or children. Inquire at third house east of377wcsrJeCerson street. WANTED-A girl lor ceneral houseworlfaf 170 west HIjcK f :aif ---' K-SSb ,. WANTKD-Strong raisdle-age"Lladj ttfjact .1 l.u.lAt1.i4nlitMHtt Call at 87 west Colombia street. ' a5b WANTED A partner ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 12 April 1888

fa i I VOL XXXIV NO 88 ' SPKmGITELD, 0., THURSDAY EVEOTSTG APEIL 12. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. ml : l f h;l ) - -ni WEATHER FACTS. P WilllioiM. Anrll 11. Ohio: Silently colder, fair weather. WILL TAKE A BENEFIT. aianncer Samuel IT&ldman, of Black's Opera numr, to Ulva Himself a bliow For Hit White All. jr. The Eirrunuc takes pride and pleasure In printing the subjoined correspondence It Is directly Id a line with a proposition which this paper warmly seconded a day or two ago. Manager Waldman has done much for Springueld in a theatrical way and the prophecy is made that, considering the excellence cl the attraction and the fact that It Is Cot. Waldman's benefit, the house will be packed on both nights. The cur respoudeuce Is as follows: Si'itlKGFiED. O., April 10, 1SSS. Samuel Waldman, Manager Black's Opera House. bprineneld. Ohio: Sir: Acting upon the suggestions of I J the city press, ana aesirlng to manifest our recognition and appreciation of your efforts and enterprise in furn...

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