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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 April 1888

"aaaaaaaa'aajaaaaaLafriTMjsas . . rryps! -y- . - siS? 2l'&&- , Vtf J . :i jiBftiJta EFUBUO, SATURDAY EVENING APRIL 21 1898. KXllllJiJ aasBym.- i ,, , MfTrtBt ' - .. i -jTJ tgEllMi- ' --'3 i:4l -r'i& -m :-,, LONDON'S ODD CORNERS. AN HOUR WITH PEPYS IN SEETH ING LANE. tetter Which Call, to Mind the Diary la Which Found All That 1 Known of Home Ufa In reriya" Tlmci Lon don' Grat Historical Fire. fr Special Correspondence. London, April 2. Even when every de mand o the guide book has lieen ignored, and nil that the ordinary sightwer deems as essential to the proper "doing" t London, there remains for the seeker an embarrass ment of riches. Onco oer London bridge there need be but a glance towarl the Tower, England's great slaughter houi its mortar mingled with blood, and every stone ot the tower and keep and dungeon ready to cry out against the generations of rulers 'who here perverted justice. So memories appar ently troublo tho crowd that streams through the gates and gaze...

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. — 21 April 1888

m - -- , ' -- ' - -,,-, '- HMwaigwawiBwagw!----," rSVl-'-c-!--?v '- aspj?; " ;,7?,!"'iS5iP5"? l "A-" .'VrsJsMsaaBaWsssassiBSsisdssBJfcSBBfls - 'i'. Sit w !5B IS Kfr "'IBP - '- REPTJBLTO. fiATTJRD AY EVENING APRIL Si 188P "J W i in i - ,.-., ,,,-. ' -.cv jb? - - ' . i i i - i K THREE YARNS fOR A PRIZE. A CUmImJ Tuurw. XIIK MILKY WAY- PACE TO rACC. a aw, i . - ..-. Whoppers Toll) t Slliunl Time Vicinity r Gotham. A physieian lu Yoj kers, who is also some- ' thins or a politician, has & comfortable place at Fork river, Barueipit bay, which is open the year round to hi friends for sport or recreation. The late bli2zard caught some of them down there unprovided with means of indoor amusement. They w-ere imprisoned nearly a week, during which time a small ale - house was' their only change from the soli- i tnde of the lodge. One day the crowd was yawning in the ale house. All things had become chestnut. w - --"I can tell you a story about my dog that's new, anyhow," gasped Charles Tar...

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. — 21 April 1888

A sespsss55wsssaiBE -S.- T 1 - .. - . - IMJKUL.UlJi.'.JUUMCT i rrto-Tii'.ffOirir7iiVTi--s'-'-pTrc6:'1 iWTwe"iB-; - fcCtf , .: "- ST"TT r i- . s .. tiffi'iffi8?'ftgftfcV4iiT1 -r y-ra?Pi3ag8aaeTiri rrrirrnr nri r-mr-n rf-n r--rn Tn mm Lr-r-ii -i-nr it - ,&ski i ii ii ijTTTiTiijTislsw' ' ' "''" jl "' WltW& f-7msH '- -T.sb.-'SSsihss &a i gjg J- "Ji i i wiih iii ii mii 11 ii !.- .MiiJinr-i ..a .. .- -- --- i-. m.---..", t w-x.-.-.--- r M-j.-wy-Tmj, -"-v'- v- -.--'--, "---T ."t"'j-. -, .m.vj-w r III - - v' t--;' '''KSiSBr 'Wlxi'S-fV.'.--. 4, r ' ' - ' ' V ts-w if J'ffiCt. -J :rn ' l.T fTM --.WW Stey-Mii - m , ."V fi EL eg ts MS 3 K - i mm i I.! Hi :; 5 i -I m FOR LADIES ONLY March and April winds and sun racke the kin rough and produce TAN AND FllECKLES And otherwise spoil tbe complexloa. The best remedy to ue to prevent or remote this is tfilNDON'S BELLE'S DELIGHT! Dr. Casper has sold this article for Tears and It Rives cood satisfaction. andls really a food article. It Is as...

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. — 23 April 1888

ggga?sssg?wg SvSysfsgp .pttWijc WHELDON& MERRILL WHELD0N& MERRILL mm -SKLI -S1GL.I JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50, ICE CHEAP. VOL. XXXIV NO. 97. SPEDSTGETELD, O., MONDAY EVENING APRIL 23, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. -. A'LJ, -xsssi&imisr s-viifl wi'Mmi ssmj0Ess!s'-s sMtamtmMmMmmimiim mmaafmu r 'Mi i.: Qifl "' taiii iawrtBwfcawfcawfcaaM4J paili Wift iHijiiwri wwriBt I irililWMMH -; I - - II I I II..I-IQ t "fe. fttw t. P IM r !!'- J2S .as! E&Sti m mi-: :-mm WEATHER FACTS. IS WnnrnoTon. April 21 t'alr weather, colder. Ohio SrRINGFIELD, O., ) April 21, 1888. J LAPSESAKBSLfllUIS. In support of the startling proposition that "Most People are Crazy at Times," the well known facts are adduced that "a wise man will step back ward off a porch, a philosopher will hunt lor the spectacles he holds in his hand, a hunter will shoot his comrade or his dog, and people will deposit in the letter boxes in the streets gloves, deeds, mort gages, theater tickets; specta cles and all manner of things, w...

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. — 23 April 1888

- - -Ma-J'- w. "-...". . . 1 1 i .... --1-1 n - iin nil 111 1 r-,1 rni'i' i iinliT I I " 1 r""" ""i - . ,.t-m. .i" : iwim.Ti: j paw t. - -' tr ... i itii n tssst i i i i i i mm ain ii i i ii ifciii iiimiii miiim .n m m " -; - . iiuiniiwaiiiii i i wn i n illinium umaaammmmmmaSiznsuTrssGrTry -"--- y-rg.-.-?? -?TTff -y w . r?,v .. .. . .,, , , ?tS? 3 '- WSflSffiaSIH. v f . - -v-ss- k - -,- ,. 'wrFi REPUBLIC, MCttTDAY' EVJUSiNG, APRIL 23, 1888. &S5aH" "" - -".F??? ;- ' ..... .,. . . ... , ' Wi - j'3: !&? M &". mm &sg SSJai -s-3!5tti5J rM&x2& 5-V5g m i KIRK'S EST FLOATING SOAP -IS THE CHIEF For the Bath, ToUot and Laundry. Snow Whits nd Absolutely Pun. If your dealer doc not keep White C3Kl Boap. lead 10 cent for simple care to tt maker. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., CKICACO. cSpriugfidrt gkpuiiUc MODY EVENING. APRIL 23. 1888. STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. November 6, 1SS3.1 For Secretary of State. DAXIEL J. RYAN, ot Scioto. For Supreme Judge, JOSEPU P. BRADBURY, ot M...

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. — 23 April 1888

V . -eCslSfeiaifcJile j . j-gr -ST- "L" f"tw. - . - r"- ' si irPnp --- .,"-.!. KIHSH5!iS?C,6v?'5Sf;r T ' - ' ' gV'',3! rBaBSSrt-Si7, V; "!- -W w i.rST' KEFUBIIO, MOKDAY EVESTPTG APRIL 23 1883. " m ' ' - i i i " " - . -- "-1 i -'--sMiaiVfeVaassiaBVieiwiesMueBsiesswenisinoaBaBaAaosiiSDSiaBiuivwvwv- r u " t . yt ' -- .jr-wr-jfc v jrcg. Bfefefyfc i . XySUBKS '', 'Tr"'x if -t " - - " " " 5,"" - - -?- f T ' 5 IIP Me- "I If '4 fc' ." hw- u is ft is .' ir i an and and show-t beperpV DO YOU WANT A Refrigerator? Gasoline Stove? ice Cream Freezer? Water Cooler? Set of China or hundreds of other household articles ? GET 01 PRICES FIRST. Reliable Parties sold on the Installment Plan without extra charge. C J. PAINTER & GO. 36 to 40 South Marke Slr.et, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. VNTED TTAXTED All soldiers who wish to make H application for orlRln&l or increased pen sions, to call on 1. V. Qulnbi. room 4, Arcnde. Bprlnrfleld. O 900' ITAXrED-Sttuation br competent book- 1 keeper. Address S...

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. — 23 April 1888

. - sKfjfepgagaaaS&jSScffiSMa , , smsmsmmwtfsim&mgTr'' to 2wvV!", jjETPBLIO, MONDAY gyiSamTQ APBIL 83 1888 5&55raiiMWMi .rfTnrmir. nunwwrtni'lfCgfM! - jMPBBBWWHBHSgffiBogBPFSEBSascasaigsa - --H- - :j3irSw - "' ' ': r-" '6?pf r rs- Wm ? t E SE n To leuen the labor and do the work bet ter, use SAPOLIO! It will elease painted wood work In half the time ef ordinary toap. neither will It make the paint yellow. It 1 equally good lor cleanlne glass. OnlylOcacake. Carpet Cleaning Compound. This Is a superior article tor cleaning Car Pets. It removes crease spots, stains, toot marks and dirt. It brightens up the colors and Elves a Ireah. new look. It Is easily ap- fdledwtthasponEeanddoesthe work rap dly and Is cheap, bold at 25c per calico. Dr. Casper has made this tor years. TOUGH SPONGES. They are a positive help In wiplnsup Carpets and In cleanlne woodwork and class. FURNITURE POLISH. This removes spots, scratches and marks from Xnrnlturc ; u"ade and sold by Dr. Cas per. In li...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 April 1888

r V3-r n'ii iii.m'Liig. ' ,-r-" v-"" 11";:" .. t. T7. -- v..,.J':..- WHELD0N& MERRILL SELL ICE CHEAP. SPEmGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVEjSmG APRIL 24. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. win T"""-" ?Wi iiw- .TTS . i "ii WTTT"lBCrM'.jHi. Jl:w ; jVij?jai 'fir ?fc"g 3 If. - WHELDO& MERRILL fjfaJL tff A ft WlTiM alt fc ftoraw. M t VOL. XXXIV NO. 98 HM ss IHiS Mil' I - fir '; - jHl" weather facts. rinOT miTlflKI "THEM THERE PAPERS." Hf JK Fair weather, wanner. I Vw, 911,, 1 2:45 E- IBd. III? I Springfield, O., ) April 21, 1888. J LlPSESfli5L15. In support of the startling proposition that "Most People are Crazy at Times," the well known facts are adduced that "a wise man will step back ward offa porch, a philosopher will hunt ior the spectacles he holds in his hand, a hunter will shoot his comrade or his dog, and people will deposit in the letter boxes in the streets loves, deeds, mort gages, theater tickets; specta cles and all manner of things, while carefully holding onto the letters which should...

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. — 24 April 1888

DV " ' , v ' - " - '-"- . jfiga a'p KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP -1S- THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Bno-vr Whlto and Absolutely Pure. It jour dealer doe. not keep White ood Soap, leal 10 cenu lor sample cake to the makers, JAS, S. KIRK & CO., CHICACO. yrhtafulrt gcpublU. TUE5THY EXE1ING. APRIL 24. I8B8. RKPCBLICAN STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. November 6, 18S8. For Secretary ot State. DANIEL J. RYAX. ol Scioto. For Supreme Jndse. JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, of Meles. For Member Board of Public Works. WELLS 8. JONES, ot Pike. For E'ectors at-Lsrce. ABSALOM H. MATTOX. of Hamilton. I. P. LAMPSOX. of Cuyahoca. For Concress-Elshth Ohio District. ROBERT P. KENNEDY, ol Losan. or Judge of Common Tieas Court Second Judicial District.) HORACE L.SMITH, of Greene. KKPUBLICAN V Vvv ft F - COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer. OE0RQE W. COLLETT. or Prosecutlns Attorney, CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner, R. X. ELDER. For Infirmary Director, JAMES BUFORD. For"County Surv...

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. — 24 April 1888

ISjlSrfS Ff5 twjf&Lsr! v -' ,-x-" " " EEFU3LI0, TUESDAY EVEKEPTQ APRIL 24 1888. in m ss I III ' ' ' ' - ' ' - . ----saa-E ..(!. VK.Wa v I" aT--. "P v, STr--"J, "" a J flr ! I I I IH l I lla-Sl I ! II II lIM I I II II II I H eBa-lS I I II I I I IsM 1 1 HI I I II II III P II I I Si 1 1 II II I ! I I I I 1 fSmm'W&Wf j .t-; pTs,'' .- - A'ss ap&r-tzT "?--!. ::w.is'sE-38jap-jsTSK,7Ma.Muii vM ?; itr '-. i&- Wr f? BT nrnrmn., -v . MR Hfiil JiltS VAX. THE SENATE DISCUSSES THE INTER- NATIONAL COPYRIGHT BILL. Kl.callan.on. Basin... of the Hon..- Commissioner At-In, to Reslgn-Mor. Pension T.t.eTh. President Called -The President Called on to Take Finn Stand In Ssmoan Uslr Pension Claimants Sentenced tar Perjury and Fraud General Xini from the Capital. WnnWflm AtimI 9i -Tn (tin t- yesterday a joint resolution was passed. providing that the public lands in Misis- fraudulent affidavits in the pension claim Hooker, lioiman ami others loot part. So aippi. now subject to private entry...

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. — 24 April 1888

r& V' Ul Ifrv ft 1" ' -i m s DO YOU WANT A Refrigerator ? Gasoline Stove ? Ice Cream Freezer? Water Cooler? Set of China or hundreds of ther household articles ? PIH8T. tollable Parties sold on the Installment Plan without extra charge. c M te 40 South Market Sir et, nr Hlch. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTEO VANTED-Paper cleaned Business rooms anil houses made to appear new bj my acw process o caper cleaning. Call on or ad Areas Harry L. Hauer. SprtnKlleld. Ohio 88 Caureh arenue. ?" w ANTED A lew gentlemen boarden. at 2t6 liKIlXEIIPr ILITEl. VJ w 'ANTED All soldiers who wish to make nniicttlnn fr original or increased pen- m. is. to caii odl. iuiaur, ruoui , aii -. ".. i' AT.!-. . .... DEtteld. 0 96b OTANTED-Sltuatlon by competent book TT keeper. Address S. C. care Kitcblic. Springoeld. &ni' WANTED LOOO lady aeents wanted Im mediately. Orandnew rubber underear Sent for females. S10 a day. Prootlree. Mrs. . F. Little. Ohlcafi. 111. 96am WANTBD-InteUlcence office, at No. 31 w. Washingt...

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. — 25 April 1888

oraMfr WHELDON & MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL ptm& -SKLI -SKLI ice o:h:eiajp. JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50. II SPEmGEIEiLD, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING APRIL 25. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIVNO. 99. BBSS?, flew gPiMLr h k f? WEATHER FACTS. IS WxHI8TOir.April25-OMo: Fair westher. warmer. lol- mwea rnussaay or mreaten Ins weather Springfield, O., ) April 25. 1888. J THE SPRiNS'S TILES These are now to be iound you know where. There is a double advantage in it. We have not only the spring's tiles, but the spring styles in clothes, for example so that you can get of us both Tile and Style. They will both go together in the hat, and then if the same man buys a spring over coat, for instance, why, it will go with the hat, too, and then again you have Tile and Style. Tiles are ripe. They bloom early. We have 'em store full. All the new colors and shapes. Our three - dollar Derby is very taking ; so is our $23 overcoat; likewise our $12 overcoat. We confidently believe that we can do better...

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. — 25 April 1888

'V"5' ; .3S!Pf-? StEPtTBIIO, TOBJO&DAY EVENmG, APRIL 25. 1888. 1' r .' KIRK'S V3T FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For the) Bath, Toilet nd Laundry. Bnow Whlto and Absolutely Pure. -. It yoor dernier doe rot keep Whlu Clond cp. lend 10 cenu for sample cake to the makers- JAS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. puflfitld jfcUpublit WEUNESDIY EVENING. APRIL 25. 1688 KKPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. November 6, ISM. For Secretary ol State." DAXIEL J. RYAN, of Scioto. For Supreme Judge. JOSEPII P. BRADBURY.of Meigs. For Member Board ol Public Works, WELLS S. JONES, ol Pike. For E'ectors at-Larce, ABSALOM H. JIATTOX. of Hamilton. I. P. LA JI PSON. ol Cuyahoga. ForCongress-EUhth Ohio District, ROBERT P. KENNEDY, oi Logan. or Judge of Common rieas Court (Second Judicial District) HORACE L.SMmi.ot Greene. REPUHLICAN COUKTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer, GEORGE W. COLLECT. or Prosecuting Attorney, CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner, R. N. ELDER. For Inflrmarr Director, JA...

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. — 25 April 1888

,jsamsBan3g?E9 tel2 a3jBWIg3fg irser: "1. BEPTJBIIO, WEDkESDAY EVEJTPTG APRIL 25 1888. r-T-pspFaey'; .: : " - -"""V- - "f-r-v . -' - t--v i- , t"$k"y! . .. . M K ife- i J V OR AM) AGAINST. SPEECHES MADE IN THE HOUSE ON THE TARIFF BILL sToAcraaaman McMUlen and Burrow DU cuu the Merit at th Mill BUI An Effort to Han Night Selon WTilU Considering th Measure Ton Day ror Each Side Will Probably B Al. lowed to th Debate Text of Tetter. day Speeches. WAaniHOToy, April 25. The House went Into a Committee of the Whole yesterday on the Tariff bill. Mr. McMillen, of Tennessee, was accorded the floor and ad oca ted the measure. Com menting upon the $140,000,000 surplus in the treasury, he said: ve are drawing nnf. ... .nJ l.l.: :.. tY.".": ;r ."',.:.' ff "SE .oue,Uoof 'time when ttertrfnw will set in. panics begin, and ruin follow, Ve are robbing not only commerce of iU life blood, but The peopleof the meansof paying their taxes to their governments- municipl. county. State and Federal-and thei...

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. — 25 April 1888

- ' -wMtlillF ".---- .'.-.:- ; ? i ci . v, . - s' - - .r- ,T . ).. .- -" -n V.'i.Jr .- .-'CXi . - --. -y. --fe jgBTCTBIIO, WEDNESDAY J.VJEN1J7Q. APHIL 25. 1888 J3L.TTJO- --A.T- COLORS IN": BANCROFT'S, 4 E3. TSJLA.TTST. s, sfwM " " --- - - . " roa-, - .. - : " ' - ' , T a-ysr-i-KKHH -yT-v'! , - $ 1 DO YOU WANT A Refrigerator? Gasoline Stove ? Ice Cream Freezer? Water Cooler? Sot of China or hundreds of tther household articles? BET OUR PPIGES afixtsT. Reliable Parties sold on the Installment Plan without extra charge. i.W. PflYKTER & CO. Sf to 40 Sonth Mcrkel Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TnANTKD A tood reliable boy. about six II teen year ot ace. at Janney Jt Pierce i hardware itore. Call at 6 o'clock p. m. todar. w ANTED A Job compositor at the Bucke e rnnuncanaruDiisninKio. WANTED-Parer cleaned-Buslnesi roomi and bouses made to appear new by my new process of paper cleaning. Call oil or ad dress Harry L. Bauer, Springfield. OhloSS Ckureh avenue. 9So w 'ANTED All ...

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. — 26 April 1888

rff f-Ms? VOL. XXXI V NO. 100. 3PEESTGETELD, 0., THUA-tSDAY EVEKDifG APRIL 2G. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. laai'iimLLi1 ' iL'jg -.sags- "- ;?: v---..-'--- -- - . v -,-;. - f-sv--v - - 5-bb dEilP lifurt nnu o urnnii i fcA V - ' 1 . M M a414 M 1 UfUCI nnil X UCDDII I t-l's t'IIbI nntLuunamtnniLL feZjA'&j'Jkv jw& - I ,?' a-IViifflii 1 )F .kAA'i 1 II 4YJw iiiiuLuunamuiuiui. S --stt ,,. 3PPiiWjMyw ytwm jwymmv. .-Si, 15- i- i i i I 4v WEATHER FACTS. s WiSHisOTOB.ADril2S Onto: Fair westher. warmer, fol lowed by Friday threatening weather Springfield, 0., April 25, 1888 THE SPRING'S TILES These are now to be iound you know where. There is a double advantage in it. We have not only the spring's tiles, but the spring styles in clothes, for example so that you can get of us both Tile and Style. They will both go together in the hat, and then if thej same man buys a spring over coat, Tor instance, why, it will go with the hat, too, and then again you have Tile and Style. Tiles are ripe. They...

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. — 26 April 1888

-. . z: "mn :rn r -- - j u .mimii iBnnM Ft .rjLj.';,''-v. '-IT mW';sl1f'J!1';r -' nmT-f "?" j-Vy?- -"srf:7:r5p? - EEPUBII0rTBrDKSDjlT3VJ!lJN LNQ, APEIL"26ri888. "fT-Titt- JSf5m'sMBJr tf tfr- UfV IK IF It m KIRK'S WrfiTE-ltoD CSt FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF Fop the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White, and Absolutely Pure. It jtrar dealer doe. not keep White Ciood ?op. lend M cent for sample cake to the makers, JRS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. priflfUl gUpubUt THURSOsT EVENING. APRIL 26. 18r8. RE FTJJ3 X.ICAN STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. November 6. 1SS3.1 For Secretary ol State, DANIEL J. KYAN.ol Scioto. For Supreme Judge. JOSEPH P. BUADUUhY.olJIelgi. For Member Board ol Public Works, WELLS S. JONES, ot Pike. For E"ectors-at-Large. ABSALOM H. MATTOX, ot Hamilton. I. P. LAMPSOX. ol Cuyahoga. For Congress-Eighth Ohio District, BOBEKI T. KENNEDY, of Logan. or Judge ot Common Pleas Com t Second Judicial District) HORACE L.SM1TU. ot Greene. COUNTY TICKET. ForSheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Trea...

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. — 26 April 1888

BSSfSW I i TMftSLtf BaEjPtA.tnii flit u. B2 ir- R m- i r - WORDS OF PRAISE FROM THE LIPS OF THE TALL SYCA MORE. senator Yorliscs Addresses the Senate on the President's Message A Lengthy nd, Carefully Prepared Speech Tariff Discussion In the House Speeches of Congressmen Urn am, Dockery and Drown e. TTAsHntOTOir. Anril 2d Senator Voor- hee's speech on the President's message was the principal feature of yesterday's pro- .m .''i i " j , ... bills had been reported from committees, the Senate took up the motion to refer the President's annual message, ilr. oorhecs Into the treasury. Mr. Brown acknowl secured the floor, and read a long speech edged the truth of this, and said the Demo from manuscript. He said the issues which cratlc party had not attempted to impose a the two great parties wonld present to the duty on tea and coffee, which would go American people next November were directly into the treasury. The trouble plainly laid down. On the principle pro- was, he added, that sug...

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. — 26 April 1888

j.',-.. ?, flri SWSKgiPs&Ssssjwttp. Bassera3w ss&SS&a ,17"' Slgar!,-..,: w -. V , i. . . -JU- .-3--.'r S.M s r DO YOU WANT A Refrigerator ? Gasoline Stove? Ice Cream Freezer? Water Cooler? Set of China or hundreds of ether household articles ? GET OUR PRICES piust. Reliable Parties sold on the Installment Plan without extra charge. S.W. P1YITEB ft CO. 36 to 40 South Marke near Hleh. Strtet, PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTtD. WANTED Girl to do general housework In a family of tour. Apply at once at IKS. Eh aUer street. 100m T1TANTED-A yonng Klrl to assist in light IT hous-k eplng na lane care oi a cnun Call at 171 Clifton street. 100b Tr7ANTED Situation By a man and wife ti IF work In the city or country; can come well recommended. Address -Moses lelses (eolored). Danville. Ey. 100a TTTAKTKn vrir rjarenftsa real estate or W loan money on real estate security! with out ana nstr ctoitne uiieoaca to iuskot erament: prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor at titles; office, room 9. Arcade....

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. — 27 April 1888

w. .'--1 1 -S-vtfiX SiiWjasflgs:: , r trnrrr nfly i-rf lg-z if. afgrtJy--3 .-, '." .-3i.s .., WHELDON & MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL pvm& -8KLI -SKLI ICE OHELAJP. JACKSON LUMP, - S2.50J VOL. XXXI VNO. ioi. SPEmGFEELD, O., FRIDAY EVENING APRIL 27. 1888 PRICE TWO CENTS. ' .5 imV?ii 'VSeS J&fi - --. J paite ftWtfMfc. fitw i? Si 1 1 f WEATHER FACTS. ! P w4iKiicos.AtrllZ7 Ohio l armprlalrwesther.JollnwK) Ijb7 cooler threatening weather ana iignt rains. Springfield, O., ) April 25, 1888. J THE SPRING'S TILES These are now to be found you know where. There is a double advantage in it. We have not only the spring's tiles, but the spring styles in clothes, for example so that you can get of us both Tile and Style. They will both go together in the hat, and then if the same man buys a spring over coat, for instance, why, it will go with the hat, too, and then again you have Tile and Style. Tiles are ripe. They bloom early. We have 'em store full. All the new colors and shapes. Ou...

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