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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 April 1888

REPUBLIC. TUESDAY jBVMJLNQ, APRIL 17, 1888. 1 ' ' i: I ; It KIRK'S M i y v if V Vv v V F FLOATING THE CHIEF For trio Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow Whito and Absolutely Pure If yoor dernier Jo ot keep WWW Cloud foap lend M du for sample cake to tbe maker JAS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICACO. Springfield gUpubHt 1UES04Y EVENING. APRIL 17.1188 REl'l'HLlCAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer. GEOROE W. COLLECT. . or.Prosecutlng .Utorne y, t, CHASK STtWAKT. For County Commissioner". K. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Director. JAMES BUFORD. For County Surveyor. WILLIAM SHARON. g The legislature takes a rest until next January. It has done superb work and will do some more of the same kind nexl winter. Chicago manufacturer are about to com mence the use of crude oil instead of coal.f or fuel. $ The. oil Is to be "pipe-lined" Inm Lima, Ohio. lion. George C. Rtwlius has acquittd hlmselt.lioaorably, in the work he Las done in the legislature, during the session which has Just closed....

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. — 17 April 1888

'BBS? W m s r r if 4 i 'it if h PV fo- Uv-" ! . II A DAY OF DEBATE. SENATOR SPOONER 6PEAKS UPON .THE DAKOTA SHATEHOOD BILL, And air. Farwell Addresses the Senate on the Financial QneitionA Fenston Mrs. Watte Proio4edTha xUt.i- a4 Harbor Bill Blocked Passage of the Arthur Kill Brldre Legislation. VTAJmiKorox, April 17. Mr. Farwell's speech, on financial questions, and Mr. Spooner's on the admission of Dakota, were the chief features of yesterday's Sen ate proceedincs. Sir. Stewart introduced a bill to grant a pension of $5,000 a year to the widow of the late Chief Justice "Waitc, and remarked that he introduced it on his own responsi- !?; and he thought that the widows of Chief Justices should be placed on a par with those of Presidents. Referred to the Committee on Pensions. Mr. Hoar offered a resolution, which was adopted, instructing the select committee on tne civilservice to inquireand report as -Suv JJlancbird, under instructions from to sugar frauds in the ew York Custom the C...

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. — 17 April 1888

- -PelHH&ta ffifeeeHS&feli SsseSag5SaK!'SKSa SF rfEFTJBLlO, TUESDAY ITTEimfG. APBIL 17. 1888 . -H.-f mMMsbsbii " I ji immiisiMTiTStfr II I ?g,r' .! l --fi 'm sC-il - -3K ' IJ -... .'.'5 . ':ij :HSS 1 S GOLD-BAND TEA SETS S6.SO- GOLD -BAND DINNER SETS, $6.00. NeTer belor had tvo such a bar gain. You can't affcd to miss them. G.W.PAYKTER&CO. 6 to 40 South Market Strtet, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WANTED To rent house of t or 5 rooms, centrally located, deferences If ree,ulr mi. Address S"Uatte office. K! WANTED Anybody wantlnc a competent white-washer, can make any color you want. will white wash !n the county or city. Call on Elijah Bryant. Leate orders at the drucstore on the corner ot ilarket and Ulch strects-Coblentt. ?mt tTTANTED Never purchase real estate or II loan money oa real estate security, with out an alistr etolthe title back to thenoT crament; prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor ot titles; office, room S. Arcade. The only per on In the city who stves...

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. — 18 April 1888

-.ff - " '--fr-v?. STAUJiJ- , J4r.-..-liiji.vi-3?.r -xtfteWtSfWr'-' " 5S2 "TP - - eft- ;yrl "rrs rC-s?ii - .,v g.4. V iptMfo. WHELDON & MERRILL WHELD0N& MERRILL SELL tJtltli 1? SELI JACKSON LUMP, ICE CHEAP $2.50. VOL. XXXIV NO. 93. 3PEESTGFIELD, O., WEDKESDAT EVENING APRIL 18 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. Ifiif; egy -" "g1 pwte fitw rwo - ft - p w I ? i f I I 5r- n v- Uiy- WEATHER FACTS. s P WiasixGToir.AnrillS. -Ohio. uoiaer, tair w earner. Springfield, O., April 17, 1888. WISE miS 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 cepted saying. But we have improved on it, Now it is Wise man : One who buys his outerwear and under wear, clothes, hats and fur nishings at The When. Wife of wise man : One who buys "hubby" his cravats, handkerchiefs, hats and "sich" at The When. Mother of wise man : One who buys the children's spring suits, Star shirt waists and all the belongings for the boy at The When. Wise ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 April 1888

&SSB?3S KEFUBIJO, -WEDISTSSDAY EVSnTOTG, AFRIL 18, 1888. M u ir KIRK'S pji FLOATING SOAP -IS THE CHIEF For the) Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White) and Absolutely Pure. II yoor dernier does Mt keep WWte Cloud Soap, lend B cenu for sample rake to tbe mskera, jns. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. priuflfuid gUpuitlit WE:NES3Y EVENING. APRIL IS. U88 REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Forsherlff, A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer, GEORtlE W. COLLECT. or Prosecuting Attorney, CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner. R. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Director, JAMES BUFORD. For County Surveyor. WILLIAM SHARON'. It is reported that Hew York has about 300,000 people who do not understand the English language. There are about a million people in ew York who cannot talk it or write it. Ad Interesting statement is gken In the RErcniJC, today, about the part taken by Col. Harvey Vina! and the late Judge William White, of this city, as original republicans. It Is irom tne pen or J. Henderson Wilkinson, esq, formerly a...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 April 1888

jHK2iisHHBi8PaiSaaEKa - rr.sKEpUBIj0WEDyESDAY EVENING APRIL" 18 1888. -s -J BE" " Sfl. -J-f " J-T-P Jf-faal m nr PV W A SEW COUNCIL. 1 Total It Comes in 'With a Big Grist of Bnsi aess for the First Session, but Will Soon Tin of It. The Standing Committee Announced Bit; Lot of Petitions aDd Hi-solutions All tbe Members Oet In Their Preliminary Work. The first regular Hireling ot the new council was held last (Tuesday) evening, when seventeen members answered to their names as follows: Berlew, Wee, Burnett, Freid, UoppcsT XMen, Little. Mast, Mc Kenna, Jfetto, IVrsell, Slack, Smith, Tlb betts, E. T. Thomas, T.J. Thomas, Tuttle and President Dtcus. Mr.N'etts arrived dur ing rollcall.and this completed a full coun cil. The same rou'lne work and plenty of It then began. The city clerk read the tnin u tes of the last meeting, which were ap proved and signed In tbe usual manner. The president then read his list of stand ing committees for the ensuing year, which are found In other column. R...

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. — 18 April 1888

,&?.-,., . . -.BtaSK. . .. '- - 111 "j- i nr r rwrwrmrwrr m - - "yaasg; ftfSfasfftiiMff'jSsyJsvJ?lsgjeWi'-'4,rJJ:i. i-i -sWeTife " 'BSZz i j t,-j W i f 5E w " w; ; 4rrgsnv " v . vt &A. I I 5 I I. M i. m i.t ltd " if ig J i f! D it Pe.BES.WeMsWeSaai H9' jBgffBIte, WEBffESBAY ETKETiyG. APBXL 18. 1888. HBi SSSSBaaeBMeMawMeaeaieaaeleBeasaieaeMSeaeeeMSOJ inKC - . ' i i : p tfl GOI.TI-BANI1 mn I inirn fill I If amusements. . somewhat suicidal 1 .a -w-niii uiuita iiiili q i JJj a "a Ism) March and April winds and sun make the 1 tm e ems isw Bmn rough and produce --.- , - - GOLD -BAND DINNER SETS, $6.00. Never belor liad we such a bar gain. You can't alTo'd to miss them. CI PAINTER & CO. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED vrASTED Tailors. A drat rate coat maker If steady worn Appiv 10 m o. irer. WASTED nybody wanting a competent wkl te-waiher. can make aux color you want, will whitewash In the county or city. Call on Elijah Bryant. Leave orders at t...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 April 1888

iiiiiiiiTlBmif i' vm " - . . nfanliigti "trSSJ". :X-' 'Iws- '5fi .,. .-i KaJ.arJ5Tv h -ww'f-'i"-i- ' vj:sffv'ii'' " - $pitMfr. WHELDON & MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL BELL jjrmjg -SELI ICE OHEEjlF. JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50. VOL. XXXIV NO. 94. SPEmGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVENING APKIL 19. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. jimimmmmHmmn'mai'rii'ssssssifissrsssssssastisssssKri WWfey- e-s, r. W' -"-f-..- -. . --' - ,v - - .---- -A - aaartfe. J jSiippgDif- - ' ' " ' . .u. ' 1 "i 3 . .. . - . 's--. i ii ir ill" ifir-1 r --- LT- i" -"Tnnit ni .iigi i ji rriiumi i-itt -miirir i mm i i i.miitt- r r - - ' ' . - . . .nrniiT""-'" - - - i ' " j tg5iSfgrT' -yylSS Bgp"e.-- ----: .a l-SWi '" ' Stent fifW :- hV M? WEATHER FACTS. P P W-lHI-fiTO-.AorlllS. Ohio: vomer, lair wcatner. Springfield, O., ) April 19 1 888. J OLD BUT GOOD ! 'April showers Bring May flowers." Mankind has been learning of nature ever since the be ginning. So, patterning after the nowers, man about this time begins to bloom also. We aid the p...

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. — 19 April 1888

I ii Mil E-v-;av!. -. y'wr iw.r r-;m, ,, - , - -3aw. WHTifllMW llfclMirilllHWI k I i iriKV'1'1 ..I. n i -- --; . T- BSFUBUO, TKUBSPAY EVEimTO, APTflL 19. 1RB8. . p: - ? &ggffi.""k' 'v !"':? iHJ rl i IS Pi ft S ib fjJI II 01 ' fi IP' ' II 1 ; j tflKt KIRK'S Car 9 v u at V Vv v ft F FLOATING SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Enow Whita and Absolutely Pure. II yo dealer does rot aecp White Oond SoaP send M centa for sample cake to tae mater. JHS. S. KIRK & CO., CKICACO. oSpriugfirtti gkpuIiH. THURSDU EVENING. APRIL 19. 1818 REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer. OEOHGE W. COU.ETT. or Prosecuting Attorney. CHASE STLWART. For County Commissioner. R. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Director. JAMES BOFORD. For Countj Snrveyor, WILLIAM SHARON. .c riiE onto nEFCBLicAX co rcvzro.v. Ohio's republican state convention for 1SS3 will be a political demonstration that will go into history. The proceedings on Wednesday, tlielStb of April, and today, T...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 April 1888

.-w-iwiMaMMs Jf- f t r t t II: e?r r' A J saw tiii i . . sv.- . isKSafc... Mas'sesssBSiwasss jjgafcj f Miaaaffraare"Maaar sgraKSW? '- - - aspr-' - - - tjr " -' tBpv't :f ?7f 'S? ,-.... .... . -A.:- - . -", wwiap- v iPBBWMMMMMBMBMMHWMWIMWIMMBBBMMIMflWHiMlMMWMMMMWpwWBMMWlMWWMWWWBWMiMl J If -LABOlUEGISLATim IMPORTANT MEASURES CONSIOERD IN THE HOUSE, A Bill Passsd to Croat a Department ef tabor and Boards of Arbitration Sherman and r.stniav a War of Word Ow tba Freeldeatial Conteat of 1870 j Conf cranes of American Countries r v:n..n. i :i ,n ti..... the Senate proceed nc vesterdav Te th speeches of Messrs. Shrrman and Vest on tEe Dakota bill, in which the lcgalitvof Mr. Hayes- tenure of the ITcidency V discussed pro and con. Mr. Ev.rU. from the Committee on Foreign Relations, reported back adversely, Mr. laddlebenrer's resolution tJtZnf,. aideration of the fisheries treatv in rmPn session. The report was place on thccalen- dar and ordered printed. Mr. Morrillintroduccd a bill authorizi...

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. — 19 April 1888

-:E5a3e"'i5SC: .?? 'rTSBSKST" .Vt gptrBuo, thtjbsday gviamrQ aprtl jo isss :. I? w & te GOLD-BAND TEA SETS 86.00. GOLD -BAND DINNER SETS, $6.00. NeTer belor Lad we such a bar gain. You can't ailb'd to miss them. C.W.PAYNTER&GO. 36 to 40 South 3Iarke Slnet, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TIT ANTED Intelligence oCQce, .it o.34 w. If Washington street. has on hand a eood nnniT of lad clerks, domestics and nurses. nnna vanllnnhalnnlHI.lll 031 93' XC1IVU3 nauufe m f ,.. - ......! TTTANTKD Nerer purcnase real estate or If loanmoneyonrealestatesecurltj.with outananstr etofthe title back to thegor ernment; prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor of titles: office, room 9. Arcade The only per son in the city wno Eisesnis exciusitc uiuc and men Ion to preparine abstracts of titles and conveyancing. Deeds and mortgages cor rectlr.dr&wn. w ANTED-Tailors. Anrst-ratecoatmaker. steady wors- appit to m.o. u.n. TTTANTED Inybody wanting a competent VY white-washer, can make any color you ...

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. — 20 April 1888

WHO00.tHERR.Ld fifotfcfftfUl ft Rft Id tf 1 1 It 1 f LL' T VOL. XXXIV NO. 95. SPBHtfGEIELD, O., FltfDAY EVENING APRIL 20. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. j i s s aasaaMs . i I ' j I " vt -. m? iii 9 -ft- WEATHER FACTS, f5 WsiiiOTOK.Aprll20 -Ohio Fair neither, nearly station ary, followed bj rising tm perature. Springfield, O., 1 April 19 1888. J OLD BUT GOOD ! 'April showers Bring May flowers." Mankind has been learning of nature ever since the be ginning. So, patterning after the flowers, man about this time begins to bloom also. We aid the process : Spring hats the top of the bud we have in every variety. Of spring clothes we can say the same, but it must be added that this year the clothes have an ele gance of finish that is remark able. There is no pause. It is in everything improvement or decay. In the making of clothes the improvement is decided, and our spring stock marks it in a way that will be a revelation to those who think that for real nice goods they must go to a merchant tailo...

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. — 20 April 1888

5sygggg"g'' ssssiSSs '-XU EEFUBLIO, FRED AT JEVEKTETG. APRIL 20. 1888. . ffinV " maW,'ir-'M JMMHr" 'J egif'iMfyp-- .. -- .jvlftffl-;... ;. .J. -nJn-tf 'Tfti'i' --y .mm -'!.:E3inHri - "i&ij - - . r-B .- - '.... "'"' ' " -?w ' j . . . ii 1 1 w i in mKmmammmmmm ' ' ' aa ; ; wir- " ,. - ? r ." !- -ir v 4 M m a ili .id tr KIRK S w i FLOATING SOAP -IS THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Bnow Whit and Absolutely Pure. II your dealer does roc keep vmtte Cloud Soip. send 10 emu for sample case to the makers, JRS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. Spring field grpulilic FRIOtT EVENING. APRIL 20. 13f 8. KKPUBL1CAN COUKTY TICKET. For Sheriff. x A.J.BAKK1U -u For Treasurer. QEOKGE W. COLLETT. or Prosecuting Attorney. .4 ClIASE STEWART. For County Commissioner. It. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Director, JAMES BUFORD. For Connty Surveyor, WILLIAM SHAROX. The "yellow dog" did not attend the re publican convention. A handsome and intelligent black dog participated in the first day's proceedings and...

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. — 20 April 1888

KSFUBIIO, ERIDAT EVKJSING APRIL 20 1888. -------.---- 81 TV I i SI?: " ? HE ' c !r eian- v v - -2? (SJ -! BY A PARTY YOTE. THE DAKOTA STATEHOOD PASSES THE SENATti Dibk Provisions of the Sfeaaare and DItoai&lon ot IU Merita nous o Beprasentatl-es Coaslderlht: the Indian Appropriation XK11 Proposed Ereetlon of Two Pent. tsntlartet for United States Conrlcts-. Ohio Pensions other TVaahlncton Mews, WisirriTr.v si iti. . , the Senate prdceedinjrj yesterday was the debate on the Dakota Mil. 1 t I ! . j?"?0 m con,m"- Lmw " T r-- vu ... m..luu(u ncio, .U',iMMn.n.i J an. ,jw,: riili. .a, .. .u piaueuon uie calendar were: Au - gffi: 000 for quarters and barracks for National Soldiers Homes. Mr. Hoar referred lations. shall seport non on tne nsnerv treaty, the niwrt published if the Senate shall nnW The DakoU bill was then taken up and Mr. Plumb addressed the Senate in support of the bill. He cited the cases of Kansas and California as Territories which had changed their boundaries. It was...

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. — 20 April 1888

IS 5sS m :& 438 ?a - --tss 1 &EFUB1A0, mWAY EYmWQt. APRIL 0. 1888 . ' " '' '""' " ft GOLD-BAND 86.50. GOLD -BAND DINNER SETS, $6.00. lexer belorp had ive such n bar- sain. Ion can't affo'd to miss them. G.W.PAYNTER&GD. 16 to 40 South Market Street, near llii;h. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED Featbe rs and plumes to clean by Minnie Selbert. No-sOSouthernave. Work wtll k handsomely done. 95a "tofAHTID Intelligence office, at No.3 w. TT Washington street, bat on band a rood J ipplT ot lad? clerks, domestics and nurses, arson wantlnc belp please call. 93e WASTXD Nerer purcnase real estate or loan money on real estate security. wl th tttaashstrctof the title back to ttaeKor roaent; prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor t titles: office, room 9. Arcade. The only per hs In tbe city who tires bis exclusive time tad atten Ion to preparing abstracts ot titles sad eonreyanclnc. Deeds and mortgages cor reetlTtfrawn. w ANTED Tailors. A flrst-rate coat maker. steady work. Apply to n 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. — 21 April 1888

rgygviiipflffiyygstg ' .... " -j --, -ii'.T-'i'.'i.'i'iTfv r"MjZSIl'''r"::'"?"''J "'-Tf-j-'--'j'j"-1:3Ct "1?ay''"?T!s,Cy!T3fc " . "P"p,B'!JWr3i?? '..- 4"-., -- - - - - - -f " WHEIDON & MERRILL WHELD0N& MERRILL -SECti J ir. mm ' 'l -J 5-TBl SELL JACKSON LUMP, -' i 're $2.50. ICE CHEAP. VOL. XXXIV NO. 96. SPKTNTGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVEKLNG APRIL 21. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. 4 m u ii is itiH1H1 M lI'n'ST laSlirn 'Ml Syngas - w,i.5 -,v7.r.- -1, pF'" -jfit'i ' ir.iii.iniiarf,giiiBihMiiJ4BrpFl $mMk. mm mm k iii I 14 "f H ftJer ix ?.-'M .,' II 5 ' f I iff i WEATHER FACTS. Wishixotox. April 1- Ohio: Fair weather, warmer, with tight mini. Springfield, O., ) April 21, 1888. J UFSESUDSUVS. In support of the startling proposition that "Most People are Crazy at limes, the well known facts are adduced that "a wise man will step back ward off a porch, a philosopher will hunt for the spectacles he holds in his hand, a hunter will shoot his comrade or his dog, and people will deposit in the le...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 April 1888

l&sm . -. i r n i -i r'i " nissrTi"-aifwsr .Tie inT i aeeWgpiES:ggfcs JMlUUlUJiUVi, flj(- TMBFPBUO,SATUfl,QAY gTOffllffQ APRIL 21 tflftS. SSSmsSSSiS - -r --'sfmmmFm-''r"'' " I M iS 71'it u M i I TUPPER'S VIEWS - N THE FISHERY TREATY AND COM MERCIAL UNION. fee ef the Indian BUI Discussion at Ihiimm Pension Act Criticising the Pension Department Other Wash. tart.a Notes and Jiews. VitHisoTOK. Anril 21. Conies of the , fflclal report of Sir Charles Topper's . speech on the fishery treaty, delivered in the Canadian House of Commons, were re eelved by the President, the 8ecreUry of State.jthe members of the House and ben ate, aod other Government officials. The.iignirlcant points of the speech were telegraphed from Ottawa throught the country on the night of its delivery by the United Press. The full text of the speech would fill fif teen newspaper columns almost thirty thousand words. The first part of the ' speech is devoted to the history of the fishery, question and the remainder...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 April 1888

S.,3,-- S' $1 - Mi: t-V'-i J. HS M- 11 iv Oh. Mood StMued Pillow and Qotlt. Ui publl.hM Incidents of "Lincoln's Ijut Hour. Told by the Son ot the Owner of the Uonw In Thlih He Died. Special Orrofcpcndence. WALES AS A SPORT. IK iincoixs death bed. S m ITS SCENES GRAPHICALUY DE 5 f ft SCRIBED BY AN EYE WITNESS. " - : &? UEPUBLTO, SATTJRDAT EVENING APRIL 21 1RR8 ASHINGTOX, April 10. I held in my hands last night some ot the most chastly relics of the history of our country. These were two plain pillow cases, stained with blood and clotted with brains. They were yellow with age, and the crimson of the blood had faded, but the great stains had dyed nearly the whole of the pillows, and where tho brains had oozed out the cloth was thick and matted. I handled also a blood stained quilt, which was originally a beauti ful piece of Irish worsted work, and the colors of which, strange" to say, were red, white and blue. The blood was spattered over this qmlt as over the pillows, and the purp...

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. — 21 April 1888

ra?$ssSHraEgsH5i& BEFUBLIO, SATtlRDAY JsTOIING, APETL 21. 1888. 811; s& f , Hi jfpingfiMrt UpuIHt ETEKIXQ AKD WEEKLY. Tka "Utpubllc" prists the Sew York ul West r AocUta Prtm Dlapatthes sd;Ut ltruttr Cable (Foreign) Ttlegrsmi. C. M. NICHOLS, TUOS. Q. RROWN, nisiDisT. sscnmar. CHARLES K. CUHK, Itlismi. SFBINGHELD PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietor. CLIFTON M. NICHOLS, editor. THOMAS 0. BB0WJT. assocuti xpiroa. CHARLES E. CLARK, bcsijiss Misiosa. THE EVENING IIKI'UBUC Is published eTeryeventne. except Sunday, and is dellY- erea at we rare ox ienwnisiJcinCTfc. Sln- gle number. Two Cent. TOE HATURDAT EVKMINO HEPCBUC is twice the sire of the regular dally edition, with elcht pages niled with editorial matter, society news, special features, telegraphic and local news, etc.. and sold only at Two Cents. THE tVEKKLT ItEPCUUG is published erery Thursday, and is one oJ the roost com plete family newspapers in the country; dghtpages.markets complete. Repletewith news and misc...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 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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