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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 12 April 1888

'! EOT ma it ; I KIRK'S GsTf V V7y (a FLOATING SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF For the) Bath, Toilet and Laundry, grow 'Whlto and Absolutely Pure. If yor dealer does rot keep White Clond Soap Mad 10 oenta for sample cake to ttie maker. JAS. S. KIRK 5 CO., CHICACO. jliriusficlA gUpuMu THURSDU EVEMNG. t FWL 12. 1BE3. Busy Bees Bismarck and Bon sneer. Louis Kossuth U In his 80th jear. There Is a revolt against bosUsm In dem ocratic Tennessee. Tho John A- Logan of today Is a worthy ton of an honored sire. Bokob Coatllng will bo surprised to see how many friends he has. Judge Lawrence is not a candidate for delegate at large. Un says so. Mayor Kelly's message Is a much stronger document than any Cleveland ever wrote. JL surgical operation relieved Mr. Conk ling of his "pus." How would It do to try ne on Jay Gould? Mr. Blaine's health seems to be Improv ing at an alarming rate Gov. Foraker is also expected to recover. The mayor reports Springfield as mak ing good progress. He is right. The flowers of...

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. — 12 April 1888

SStifc r J " BEFHBLIO, TBnjESDAY EVEPTnTQ APRIL 12 1888. e y im n in lit ill :: tl i V? RAILROAD FARES.. FIXED AT tVO CENTS FOR ALU 1 ROADS BY THE HOUSE. M ' Coafecace Committee on Apprnprintlont Keportft Ilouia Refuse- to Appropriate i for Intermediate Penitentiary and C lambni Centennial A Noinl initio u lie Jevted. CoLCMBca. O., April 12. Iloute. The vote ou tho railroad fare bill having been reconsidered, the bill wasagain placed Deiore tne House tor action, rending a vote upon it, Mr. Kitchen called up Mr. Brown s Senate joint resolution, providing lor a committee to sit uuring tne recess and investigate the railroad fare problem. Con sideration of this resolution was )ustpoucd, and the Haley bill was taken tin. Mr. Griflin offered a substitute providing whole or in part in this State, may demand and receive for the transportation of pas sengers on its road, if the gross amount of its annual earnings from jassenger, mail, and express services within the State per mileaud of sin...

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. — 12 April 1888

Igljjlllpl r, -.Tffij- & V.-7S- s?psMasaBaai!SEEsa .'...- .-r? " - '- "-. ;??s:7r--T(Tjs tfEPTJBUO, THURSDAY gVENING, APRIL 12. 1888. H H isV 19? l& NP wMw iSts K S! Wow In. Trice S4.50 up. ICE COOLERS 8I.TS UP. Ice Cream Freezers Triple Motion. $1.75. Gasoline Stoves Cheap $5.00 up. Goods Sold on Payments or for Cash. CW.PAYNTER&GO. S6 to 40 South Marko Street, near High. WRING HATS! All Stjles, LowestTrlces. HYPES, The Hatter nd Furnisher, S E. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. INTELLIGENCE Office opened within one balf square of Arcade, at So. S4 west Wash- ingtonstreet. iiaaies wanting wmraua.iu elrls wanting employment, call. asm TJORKAT.K Sir orrans and melodeonsl and X three second-hand pianos, thoroughly re paired and tuned byour.Mr.cnonacicr, win bo sold qui cneap. eome as eooo new. Call soon., R. F. Brandom Jt Co.. 71 Arcade. TVTANTED A nartner In a well-established IT and good-paving buslaess; zood salary ina nanusome amaeuu. to mo uku.uibii, andtiu. J. A. R - In...

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. — 13 April 1888

Ist 2 ips5v si5j3'vi " J " '""' " i tf HaHLMIHH wi Lr U4I& 111il4 .il?t4llftV WHELDON&HERRILL W Eat WHELDON & MERRILL KtI JACKSON LUMP, SPEmGFIELD, O., FBLDAY EVENING APRIL 13, 1-JR8 VOL. XXXIVNO. S9 $2,50. ymaMu ywg jyuww kSab in . "'' r : H ml PRICE TWO CENTS. 1 i ?H l ii ;1 I 171 I LiU 1 B Mr I . I k - mm WEATHER FACTS. Wuhikotom. April 13 Ohio' Warmer, talrwesther. exrent alone lakes; lrih to brisk winds, followed by rain. SrRINGFIELD, April 13. O .) 1S88 THANKS! For the kind attention of our legions of friends at our Opening and Reception Last evening, we return our profound thanks, and trust that our efforts to entertain them will leave a pleasant recollection ofan evening, the most delightful of our busi ness life. If we could not see all to take them by the hand, we know that great numbers, the very crush of well-wishers who attended, will accept for apology the very patent fact that they were "too many for us." Trusting that all will call again, when we are more...

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. — 13 April 1888

7pS9ii$pf- BEFTOUO, FRIDAY fiVJUJNCSQ, APRIL 13. 1888. - 4 -rJSS9H ; i .&" '!' i is J1 .'.-? .- S' k w 11. ':1H , i. s f. & A jijajW'- E '31 flRJaj Si ." llr IC'S jlffi vtt miaivm-n ffi'iipn i i ..-.J;.awr,rrcyKar.mrrttaWSSa.i"i "Siifc . . -. j-ra -, .,-t.,.-. KIRK'S leg 7 W ft Ar FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For tha Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Bnow Whito and Absolutoly Purs. If mar dealer doe not keep White Clood Foap. Hod 10 cents for sampla cake to tbe makers, JHS. S. KIRK & C0.r CH1CACO. The Only Republican Paper En the City. FBIO.T EVEN1H6. JtPBIL 13. 1BE8 p EKPOBLiaVN COUNTY TICKET. ForSherlff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer. GEORGE W. COLLETT. For Prosecutlnc Attorney, CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner, R. X. ELDER. For Infirmary Director, JAMES BBFORD. For County Surveyor. WILLIAM S1IARON. The Repiib:jc yesterday, more than an htmr in advance of any other paper, an nounced the entire ticket nominated by th convention. The ticket stands at the to) cf our column today, a...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 13 April 1888

ir iV'- v. b- - AKr-ibft)' 'WWIf;'S?B-' " t.a--' . "" 7rTr'w--er -i- - ..,-,-, ,-,-,. v . . 7. .--, ,x -- rgwvgra3aiMU-JMjaj i - , . - , -.--- - -. - . - - - j. --ar- -x. 1 .iusjaai a. ' 9 I " 5 'f f M wa H MPESE1 lUillllLI-JLl'J-UgUi'-JiJg Sai "8 faaVaalaai n :. ii . li i F???fss T""- ; - '-v V "NStr-J 3f:'!giw v" HlilPDJBIIO, FRIDAY EVEfll-TQ APRIL 13 1888 HEARING THE END. OHlb NEWS. THE DEAD-LOCK ENDED. I THE DISEASES 0F M0NKEY& THE Items of Inter.st Gathered from Bnckera MONDAY AFTERNOON. i living four anS a half miles south of haw-1 . I son, this county, committed suicide yester-' i uj uiurning 07 oanpnp nerseu to a roller BUT THERE MAY BE ANOTHER ON THE TARIFF BILL. rh fuBdar Bill 'Onoe More Mo not t School Book B1U Defeated Propo sition to Bemora the Ohio Penitentiary to Mansfield Difference! on Appropri ation Bill Adjusted. Columbus, O., April 13. Senate. Mr. Braddock moved that the Committee on Municipal Corporations be relieved from further consideration of the Owen Su...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 13 April 1888

i SiS&WS l.?--?.; jflBFTOLrO, niEDAY SVENigG, APRIL 13, 1888- J. GRAND OPENING SALE OP NEW DRY GOODS! grlUHBHHHiwgjMMkv ' , v syEJJUiitej-'.S- ? ,"" ; . T T yiT JM-Z- w, ' - -v - fff.5TJSPWrr y ;; y .Lsafiaeasafc-'W'lifc wpg-w,. i himmmwi ' i ii iiiiiiiiinimriiiT5nlirMi"' MsissswslMriBlfiwailMaaMfcai '!il IMI & y ;- t ? -:, CXET TXJES3D."5T nSTEXlT, APRIL 37, 1888, .A.T WREN'S NEW DRY GOODS HOUSE NOS. S"7 -A.3XTID 29 SOUTH nUEARSLSn? ST73EtE!EST. We are now prepared to offer exceptional inducements in First-cliss New and Attractive Goods. We have no Seconds or Damaged Goods for sale. Our goods are all new and perfect and pur chased from first hands: therefore we are in a position to offer them cheaper, which we intend doing, than any house in the city. We do not buy damaged goods and force them on the public as beinq first-class, so as to make large profits. Our prices for first-class goods will be found the cheapest in this or any other city in Ohio, which the following pri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 14 April 1888

fcpuMit. WHELDON & MERRILL SELL, WHELDON & MERRILL I ytwu I -8KLI ICE OKEEJP. JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50 SPEENGFIELD, O., SATTTKDAY EVENING APRIL 14, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIVNO. 90. K 'f- & a it ft i iiV p H fii it icm iff. WEATHER FACTS. I ViifiiDM. InWlIt nhinl 1 --" i" :t " ".: -r - - -: 1 Ji arroer. tair weatner, excrui i alone lakes; Jrsh to brisk I vunas, toiiowea dt rain. Springfield, Om April 14, 1888. GOQD DOCTRINE! The ancient Jews declared "thou shalt not muzzle the ox that treads the corn." Modern Christianity declares "the laborer is worthy of his hire." Same principle in both. Some do much and are worth much; others do little and are worth less, but all in proportion to the quality ol the goods. That is collected the world over. You can't dodge it If you pay five cents for a thing it is supposed to be worth that much more than the thing you pay two cents for. But whether it is worth five cents at all or not depends. If you are hired to buy it the chance...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 14 April 1888

N k. 21 SrM k BBFEBLXO, BATURDAY EVEim APBIL 14'1888, WP - lMBlBMMII,w,M"l,B,,ll,",M,8WMiBM'M,MM"1- ' gi a wsasMawsjss isssswsaavsassssssssl m? THE SUNDAY BILL PASSES THE SENATE BY A VOTE OF 25 TO 2. Seaator Stall Appeals to the Senators t JTora-et Party and Do Their Duty to Ood Senator Mack Offers a Peculiar Amendment Important Gams Law raised Uie Senate. CoLcusrs, 0., April 14. Senate. TThen the special order in the Senate, the Owen Eundsy bill, was reached, Mr. Cole moved to postpone the bill until the sec ond Tuesday in January, 1SS9. Messrs. Cole and Massie spoke in favor of postpone ment, saying that the bill would be passed, but they did not think the Democrats should be allowed to force a Tote. Mr. Btull made an earnest speech, ap pealing to both Republicans and Democrats to lay aside their partisan feelings and do their duty to God. Mr. Menaffey said that for thirty years Jienaaoeen a .Democratic pronibitlonist. He favored the bill. The motion to postpone was lost by a rote...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 14 April 1888

REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENTS G AFEIL 14 18BR. II 151 w hi M u t I jrmwr g&- V mu ft? OUR HEROES' WIDOWS. ALL ABOUT MRS. HANCOCK'S NEW HOUSE AT WASHINGTON. Mrs LncanVi Ketired Lire, ami the Queer Library of Mm. Duhlcren Mr, l'lill Slirrl.luu (Jen. Sheridan's Home aud UN rurthcmulng- 3leuioIrs. Imperial Com ipomlence. IVasiiixotov, April 0. Mrs. Hancock has just Into ireMiiUd with a Washington homo. The hou-o b th i gift of Mr. Corcoran auiliithor n rait by residents of 'Wasuinston, and it i one of the fine new houses of the national capital. JHrv. Hancock was invited to come to Washington when it was being coirrtruotwl, and it was built according to liir sugst-Ntions. It is located at the corner of Twvntv-flrst and H streets, Northwest, and It fa back of l ho Chinese legation, not far f-cm Blaine's big mansion, and within a fine's throw of Joel Barlow's home, so pop ular in the days of lhOO under the name of Kalorama. Its cost has lieen about $30,000. I vitod the house today, nnd ex...

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. — 14 April 1888

. . . - tfilil-4S.K'jirJv.J. .. -.--- .-AcsgaseaSS- gsgS gjgattiarag (K5?seeasPKi'r& Jpfe '.sW;&Slss!Tra'" ' JfTr f-V t- - , REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENHTG, APRIL 14, 1888. jssgZLj. ' ' jfmmmmmmmmmmmmsammmmmmmmmimjammmmmmui ::. :... .,-MmmmmmammrmBrme&msammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammm&m!mmmmmam ' llTHli IIW'il'IWIlWmiMfflrilllHIIMIBllllirilllllllillllll Iinlill Mill'IWI 'inn hi i I ' im Ml -. ..-.-ajMif-, ,w - Jg'MWyjgipgyrBTOfSJBgt"15 ""KJ TTJJWB t ",' ' r ,) J" , , - ---', "-- - -'- - T ' "? , -r-3"ir iTST". " " - 9 - eTi .- r - ' f P"iHt'JU' --iinMnVWUiYilKMMV 2' 33aKfi m r if lr-r t i SCROFULA Is that Impurity ot the blood which produces unsightly lumps or swellings In the neck; which causes running sores on the arms, legs, or feet; wUch develops ulcers In the eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which is the origin of pimples, can cerous growths, or "humors;" which, fasten ing upon the lungs, causes consumption and daath. It Is the most ancient of all di...

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. — 14 April 1888

kflHfc BL- .- - 1 IFRIGERATORS! Sow In. Price 51.50 up. ICE COOLERS 8t.T3 T7E ice Cream Freezers Triple Motion, 81.75. Gasoline Stoves Cheap $5.00 up. Goods Sold 'on Payments or for Cash. CIPAYI.TER&CO. 36 to 40 South Marke Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TTTAXTED Anybody wantlas a competent I white-washer, can make any color tou want, will white wash In the county or city. lauon fciusn arrant, i.eave omen at toe iroestore on the corner of Market and Illch streets Ooblentz. 90m t TTJANTKD Never parcnase real estate or 1 1 loan money on real estate security, with out ana hstr ctof the title back to thexor ermnent; prepared by A. liradtord, abstractor ot titles; oMce, room 9. Arcade. The only per son In the city who gtresbls exclusive time aadtttea Ion to preparing abstracts ot titles and coureyanclnc. Weeds and mortgages cor rettly.dwn. TTTAXTED Home ot not less than 9 rooms. If modern build, gas. water works, bath room, furnace, with or without stable, by a permanent,...

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. — 14 April 1888

yriigglipi s-f s r - "3r3sgpA,v ". TEEFUBLIO, SATURDAY EVENING APBIL 141888, ' "" . : i1' '"t Vlli t TsSl - s!si i urn If m ii- j STORIES ADOUT MEN. Al Old Tim Chiropodist Tel It ITott ' Uncoln Received a Delegation. There is an old chiropodist in Washington wnobas doctored the corns of all tho great i in tbe country ror the last third of a nturr. I asked him the other day how auny presidents had sat In his chair. IfLftme .see," he answered. "I believe I save had every one of them since the time of Buchanan. I came to Washington in his administration, but had not much practice thin. People used to doctor tbeirown corns. Several times a year I went to the White Bouse while Lincoln was there. Both be and bis wife bad very troublesome feet. While 1 was operating on Lincoln race be admitted a delegation of clergymen who had come to see him about extending the work of the Christian commis sion la the army. They were very much as tonished when they went shown into the room where he sat on...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 14 April 1888

bia"J';Sw "l!'feyST -a&BgW"7" !rlm. Ttir 'ii'timiwnr pp urnnr iwiir Tnnu'wiii iwwiMmmii n i n i i i n i 111 i i "jc -iy- :v -k . - -" j--- - -- -h f i. T i . 'ar HgPPSLIO. eATUHPAYEVSyiyG APRIL 1418B8. jfe -j"?" - K? 15 f hi - S iy- ! 'I - . LONDON'S ODD CORNERS. HELEN CAMPBELL TELLS ALL ABOUT BELIN'S MONUMENT. IU location Is Not to Ba Found on the rc of Any Guide Book, but It Is a Very Interfiling Link with the Putt, -fevrrtheleaa. rSpeclal Correspondence. Losdov March 22. You may look in vain In guide book or on map for anything bearing such title as beads tbo search ot today. Yet it stands plain to see, and if IWin's name is mi&lng, and no inscription grn en by hand of man holds it hern, or in the Abbey or Tower, or any spot most given over to in scriptions, that is by no means the fault of Belin, Ho, worthy soul, did his best to per petuate such memory a might be, and died certain, as other worthy souls have been bo fore, that immortality nas secure. Why not, when he had...

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. — 14 April 1888

C3 1 -- 7- T-,. . --' ..--- ,T - - -HT -- - -.. - . , r-v T--J-- . - .. . . . .. . .,. P.- - rr- .,-. ggg; ' .flgPCrBUO, SATURDAY HVENIKG, AFBIL 14. 1888 H M i I II? I tl 1 FOR LADIES ONLY Kirch an! April winds and inn make the akin rough and produce TAN AND FRECKLES And otherwise spoil the complexion. The best remedy to use to prevent or remore this Is IHUOON'S BELLE'S DELIGHT! Dr. Casper has sold this article for Tears and It kItcs eood satisfaction, and Is really a rood article. It Is as clear as water, has no sediment or powder to close up the pores o theskin. It remores Freckles. Tan PIMPLES, Sloth Patches, Liver Spots, Slseoldratlons, Eruptions, ete. The price Is only 50o In larce bottles. For sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, XaJn St, Fischer's Banding, Sprlncfleld. COM ma EVENTS. Black's. Friday and Saturday even ings, April SO and 21, Daly's "A Night Off" Manager Wuldman's benefit. LOCAL BREVITIES. Aran. The strange, sweet days are here again. The happy-mournful days; The soars ...

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. — 16 April 1888

VOL. XXXI VNO. 91. SPIUSTGFEELD, O., MONDAY EVENING APRIL 1G. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. '-f 15 ii! WEATHER FACTS. P Wasbikgtok . April 16. Ohio: Jlirhtly colder, followed by n arraer, lair earner. Springfield, O., April 14, 18S8. J The ancient Jews declared "thou shalt not muzzle the ox that treads the corn." Modern Christianity declares "the laborer is worthy of his hire." Same principle in both. Some do much and are worth much; others do little and are worth less, but all in proportion to the quality ol the goods. That is collected the world over. You can't dodge it. If you pay five cents for a thing it is supposed to be worth that much more than the thing you pay two cents for. But whether it is worth five cents at all or not depends. If you are hired to buy it the chances are that it isn't. It strikes you like'that story: "How much is that, mister ?" "Five dollars." "That's too much." "Well, take it for nothing." "Oh, I guess I don't want it if you give it away." Our trade is like ...

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. — 16 April 1888

REPUBLIC, MCVNDAY UVENTNG, APRIL 10, 1BK8. KIRK'S WriiTE-ldlobD Val FLOATINGSOAP THE CHIEF For tha Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Bnow White and Absolutely Pure. If roar dealer does not keep mm Clood Soap. Mod 10 cents for sample cake to the makers, JHS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. spring told gUpblit M0N3U EVENING. APRIL 16.1883. KKPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer. 0E0RC1E W. COLLETT. or Froseeutlng Attorney. CIIASE STEWART. For County Commissioner, R. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Director. JAMES BUFORD. For County Surveyor, WILLIAM SHARON. Tho citizens of Dayton are giving very substantial Indications of their hospitable impulses. In their plans for entertaining the republicans of Ohio this week. Messrs. Proctor Jfc Gamble, the Ivory soap men, at Cincinnati, sir months ago divided their profits with their workmen, distributing among them S12.000. Now tbey have made a distribution of Slr 000. In the first place, they hare made the money and got it In band, so t...

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. — 16 April 1888

ma. ,. . ..wMfettw--n-. ..--i---ii-i-st- StSt? MfMwwni r'.-,-. ar &r&rg nam i-irn r-"' .-S3 KEPUBLIO, M025TDAY EYEimTG APEIL 16 1888. ,,rwmM,ra- -- -g-s.iriH.a fe J" 'f ra REFUQeS! if ow In. Iiice SI 60 np. ICE COOLERS ei.r UJE Ice Cream Freezers Triple Motion, SI T5. Gasoline Stoves Cheap S5 00 up. Goods Sold on Payments or for Cash. CI HMO & GO. 36 to 40 South Marlie- Slnet, nar High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED Tailors. A first rate eot maker steady work. Apply to Wm. S. Barker. WANTED Situation by a colored man in private family. Understands toe care of horses and cows, and can make himself gener ally useful. Good reference as to character. Address Wm. llowamiPrau. lis cast Hlnust. WANTED Anybody wanting a competent wblte-aasuer. can make any color yon want, will white wash In the county or etty Call on Elijah Bryant. Leave orders at the drugstore un the corner of Market and lllcb strtets Coblentz. SOmt ITTANTKD Never purcnase real estate or It loan money on real...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 16 April 1888

agPCTBUO, MOSTPAY EVEKISOsgPmZM. 1888. I pi s N If IB FOR LADIES ONLY Harsh and April winds and sun make tbe tin rough and produce TAN AND FllECKLES And otherwise spoil the complexion. The best remedy to use to prevent or remoie this Is BBIiON'S BELLE'S DELIGBT! Dr. Casper has sold this article (or Tears and It elves cood satisfaction. and Is really a rood article. Itlsasclearaswater.has no sediment or ponder to close np the pores ol the skin. It removes Freckles. Tan PIMPLES, Moth Patches, Liver Spots, Discoloration?. Eruption?, eto The price Is only 50o in large bottles. For sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, Main 8t-, Fischer's Uulldtnc. Springfield. COMING KVKNTS. Black's. Friday and Saturday even ings, April 20 and 31, Daly's "A Night 01T' Manager WVdman's benefit, LOCAL BREVITIES. a srniMi roEM. The poets all slog 01 the beauties of spring. Of the birds and the lambs and the lovers, But they seem to foreet All the splosh and tbe wet And the mud bolewhlch pulls on yourrnbbem They don...

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. — 17 April 1888

aass. '-- j.S,uli.'W&. "t:i -'t'--"aji4 Ui'JW ,"L ""i."1 ' J.1" Hit&teiWSsgt'cJg -- Pisa''?? ",T-r'Tvrrj"-v gttg IteptiWtf . WHELDON & MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL HELL Wtllfi -SELI JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50, ICE OECELAJP. VOL. XXXIVNO. 92. SPKmGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVENING APKEL 17. 1888 PRICE TWO CENTS. .-. - .-, r-, , T. ,..-.. t i. . ... - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ii in -- - ' --v-- , -f-. -.-. -- - .. j i ) r I, in j imiimw wmw i iin'ii mtmiwmmh t isms isMnl iijiil i. .. 3e-amjBLawu w ,rrrr7.-,......-ia-. . it- " r" r- -.-. --i i if-j - vi-JBvf -5ff --' wnRT'4HBagwr,K SKS-w-:i ? &rra.' iimiK'?Z"fih33wera'2 i- -.&r '',w T ,- ' ' ' - "WHWWi " "' .'IefT WMWWMWMMBMWWMW f j M-fet' tSkr . TBui -,lfHi? .IJMkJI,J1' 1' J . m 51 I rl WEATHER FACTS. IS WtlRtlRMt Anrtl1? flMn Varmer.tbrtateuinr weather nuuniu. SrRINCFIELD, April 17, O.. 1888. WISE IN THIS DAY Glutton : One that digs his grave with his teeth. Wise man : One that al ways carries an umbrella. That used to be the ac ce...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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