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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 27 April 1888

.: SggggjgjgI.: KScCTMswsnatwsgsssABCMi t- IvS: ;a - - - as-sMS rr ----i-- -imrwiaaaaMMBBrtai KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP -IS THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow Whlto and Absolutely Pure. JRS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. pringficUl gjjmblit FRIDtT EVENING. APRIL 27. 18B8. REPUB LIC AIV STATE TICKET. Election Tuesdav. November 6, 1SSSJ For Secretary ot State," DANIEL J. KYAN. of Scioto. For Supreme Judge, JOSEril P. BRADBURY, of ileies. For Member Board ot Public Works, WELLS S. JONES, of Pike. For Electors at-Large. ABSALOM H. MATTOX. of HamUton. , I. P. LA Jl PSON. of Cuyahoga. v ' rorCongress-Elehtb Ohio District. UOBEKI P. KENNEDY, of Logan. r Judge of Common Pleas Court Seeotd Judicial District.) HORACE L.SJHTII. of Greene, RKPLTHLICAN COUNTY TICKET. ForStenff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer, aEOROE W. COLLETT. or Prosecntlng Attorney, CHAsE STEWART. For County Commissioner, R. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Dlreotor. JAMES BUFORD. For County Surreyor, WILLIAM SHARON. It Is a fact 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. — 27 April 1888

,'Sfi!Ss&-iSCS , . 'Tnr""T1rTltfJiiitiT"itWft iwwiiinir i ii- Tlea'aiy t Br1"-! tf-a'Ti1ifiJ'T . -'- e Bar -aaafe? -.--jj .iijitcMjgicj--.ga:gBf-'?graaw3iMSfS-jtjtt iaiaiBmaj--as re-ii-EaR. , ,y.j-?.'---t--i--t . iiaa-it- -fa.g"i-;-a5'--J ! jt.isJ5rJ,aiiw-"ggaftiiwiWif n --.-n-wgjraTg - .ua.iat ' ''"' ii'". Ini' MaUvM'j-auucmaBt ,-yxwr&y . i i ' li-a-P-B--W" w -. .-- ' I'ltTn "I i 11111. jaS 5 W L'111 wl '' ' ' ' 1"p ' ' " '"m i mmiinM ,tvtt,i i iiia.MawiwjWMJii rsrw,Mr-. --a -i ' 'WHWB!TC',"il''-TTyTW' - -. V "' y3 ew.?"tr' - - H,Sape I apa ' iair TT-r-r?-- -n-s. , - , - , i -. . M I ii ".Tiffinr "i- rr m imitthim Mr i . . : --- ' . -Q. i '- ,-----------. JJTm f j-TJ-. .-U, r,... i- i inT-J,u.MMmii i 1M f - -- ------ -,.., j ' i j ! mpini MgiB i m TBPMWnpiviymji w---- - --ta-----9'Her-4r--v-aB-ftwaa3BaMB-vaaMU h: fsfsr. . -. -, -, . .., BEPDBLI0 itridAY BVBSPrG.-ATBIL 27 1888. . - ' " ' ' ' tcKe? - h ' - If i v re - ME", INGALLS' IRE 13 SS& HE W.UU HHPLYTO SENATOR VOORH...

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. — 27 April 1888

. .wF.tiiwa.... , ,. - . . " - . -, .. in-naMrJarmniu- n miy ii'frrrrr"fnrTTMiT'i I Hill I IIMIMH I III I s 1 ' I llil II m I I 1JI in HIP. llMfciii ill i ll 4 -SK? ilEPmSIIO, FRIDAY ITTiarnJrQ. APRIL 27. 1888 i ii i i ii is i iii in i i ii i II n i s ii i i pi iii mas i ei i imishiprss aurrwunTisT I - j ns " WJ - i ism in iiii i iisi J 1! ".' m lb 111 if i I Ti m DO YOU WANT A Refrigerator ? Gasoline Stove ? Ice Cream Freezer? Water Cooler? Set of China or hundreds of other household articles ? SET OUR PUCES pihst. Reliable Parties sold on the Installment Plan without extra charge. CI PAINTER & CO. 36 to 40 South Harko Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. MANTfcO. WANTED Girl to do general housework In It a family of four. Apply at once at lt.1 8. Ehaffer street. 100m WANTED A yoong girl to assist In light If house-keeslng and take care of a child. Call at in Clifton street. 100b TTJANTED Never purcnase real estate or II loan money on real estate security, with out an atstr ctof...

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. — 28 April 1888

i TTiea miii iiiiii im in i in ii iwmmi in ' pf'"Bt 'W41' -- ""' '"T "& - --""-- ; jmUir. WHELDON &MERRILI WHELDON & MERRILL ping -8ELI MLL ICE CHEAP. JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50.1 3PBESTGEIELD, O., SATUBDiLif EVEISING APRIL 2a. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. io2. as ' p ' i ss i .,.,- fisew VIM 4 ' - ;-.-2 jjjrt Jf l b r t i Iw its R X M -v WEATHER FACTS. m Wisaixaro. April 2S- Ohio: Nearly stationary tempera tare, followed brccol weather and light rains. Springfield, . O., ) 3, 1888. J April 28, .Degrees of Thickness. It is popularly supposed that water Ireezes into ice any where from ten to fifty feet thick in the arctic regions, but navigators say that single sheets of ice are seldom found of greater thickness than five feet. Sometimes one sheet is piled upon another and frozen together, and occasionally several sheets are thus joined, forming a compound sheet of great thickness. Inexperi enced persons have mistaken these compound sheets for single ones, and thus go...

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. — 28 April 1888

,-;- ' sfffoig-p-. -. iSfgf3 nUVUBUCSATUTXDAY EYEmNG APRIL 28 1888 Ks&9vkxSP(s nraSsg-TK -' s--. ?wga& jA'MrtlTWaMMfc .. . . JJ,Meaj JSsssssC-.. HsssSilBlnr " ' HUM II - I !!! Illll I "TllTfiS M Hl lllll ! ll sTl TT 1 T I HhH sMSSS 111 I m III iSsSBBBSl jSy";w'Si-'''"sS"arEriVessS .,. iiwwiiiiHiwiMgililfyMTiTglH1FViSB-- . .1 ... .ninnmirfin .-...,.-. 1f-.r-t1f f . , """ " -; ' -. ,v - ; -1", v "" ' - "8' ' " tJMSr?-' '."tfllWillN5 mo --,-- ygp L ir 1 m v m 1 laW THE FESTAL BOARD. BRILLIANT GATHERING OF REPUBLI CAN STATESMEN IN PITTSBURG. Second Aniiunl Dinner of the Americas Club, In Honor of the Sixty-Sixth Anni versary of the Illrth of General Grant Kiithiislaktlc Greetlug to Senator Sher man, riTTsnuno. April 18. The Monongahela House last night was the scene of the most brilliant gathering of statesmen and prominent individuals that Pittsburg has known in many vears. The occasion was the second annual dinner of the Americus Republican Club, in honor of the sixty sixth, a...

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. — 28 April 1888

rv?s;iBas-. tSSS 9i& as .1 P ?v r j!afiS'8?r-M;s3s : .raroagB" - pp- ,T-r- T-- -. -. . .:, v-- ;- vnjwlr aaa feaiP au g , i i " ii THEIR WITS ABOUT THEM. n,. THE YOUNG PEOPLE ?2S5sS5iBR - Some Ftmoui Repartee Which Are Old, Hut Good. A few day ago The Constitution addressed the following Inquiry to a number of prom inent gentlemen throughout the state: "What is the best piece of wit you remem ber to have heard or read of in legal or polit ical circlesP The Hon. John T. Glenn writes: , "Is there anything better than what gan dolph said w hon he met a very disagreeable enemy on the sidewalk. The fellow, bluster ing up and Mcupylng mast of the way, said: " 'I nevet give way for a rascal.' "'I alwi-ys do," said Randolph, politely stepping as de." i The lion. A. O. Bicon-irrites: "An excellent piece o'i repartee is accorded to a Mr. Hams of Atlanta whose initials I do not now recall, bat who is named by the Irreverent as "Fatty" Harris. He was on the witness stand in Fulton superior ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 April 1888

ss i, ii- n-r 1 1 nTf" ?'5sBfeifrriiaJ r gggyg-roig r-ri5 f?- 'W 3T- -v - c- 35 f.,r - - REFtTBLIO, SATTJRDAY JTOINmG, APBIL 28, 1888. ' SE .. in i iT.wrtliiii iwi i MimMTrTtimZTM 'at fl ,' 1 IE F PJ, r Ua If r i1" IV ,w m ii ft I L mi 1 ttf & fi w ws jjjflQyM OCVMUND EXTRACTyV qgrwvvj g r n Tho Importance of purifying the Wood e w not be overestimated, for without pun' blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly et ery one need a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and Hood's Sartaparilla is worthy your confidence. It is iwculiar in that it strengthens and bnlld up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while it eradicates disease. Giro it a trial. nood's Sarsaparllla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar pngfUl gjUpublte SA'lRDtT EVENING. APRIL 28. 1808. KBPOBLICAN STATE TICKET, Election Tuesday. November 6, 1SS8. For Secretary of State," DANIEL J. RYAN, of Scioto. For ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 April 1888

it vn-.u '.''"egg-ae.-". KEFDBLIO, SATURDAY EVENING APRIL 28 1888. !'' 'I ' I.HHIM.SM . - RAMBLER'S NOTE-BOOK. c DO YOU WANT SS35 I fr rv I fr t p. C.,- RK IK m n l A Refrigerator ? Gasoline Stove? Ice Cream Freezer? Water Cooler? Set of China or hundreds of other household articles ? GET OUR PUCES Some Observations on Persons, Things and Happenings in Springfield. Uurrlncthe nntcliat Sprlngfleiil Facloi lea In Snil. factory Shape Those lllooil Hound The Hatter Sensation Per sonMXolee Finding aSand Mine The Proposed Boy Choir llnihnell for Governor "All Noutliarn Califor nia Lacka-Kotea. I"IRST. Reliable Parties sold on the Installment Plan without extra charge. C.W.PAYNTER&GO. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED. Ex snldles and their widows to knot? that I. W. Qulnny. pension attor ney, has an office at room .4, Arcade, up stairs. IQlbt WANTED A young Rlrl to assist in Huh! IT honsr-keeslDg and take care of a child. Call at 171 Clifton afree...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 April 1888

ssgspsg8s?gigrragww.. .msmm v tr.; -t--t.f-.,'i:.t:? HEPUBIJO, SATURDAY JTVUNIKG AFBIL 28 1888 - ivmmnrirrT' .ias3J -Th" IssHfe; & ll ilN i IR te- z&a: ii feiSf Sv aJv5SH fcaffir- ss ?3 &- S-S33 .rg3 -.-'J?ia?-- TJ1E NOTED DEADLOCK. SKETCHES OF ITS SCENES AND OF THE MEN CONNECTED WITH IT. A LMV&t Jmlge Taylor and Tom Iteed. Stories at Urecklnrldge, of Arkansas, and Dates, of Alabama Uenry Cabot lMlge and John D. Long. Special Correspondence,) tVasnixCTOX, April 23. VTAXT to describe some 6f the noted features of the last dead lock la congress. The house sat for days, and the giants of the two parties wrestled with each other. It was a steady pull this way and that rather than a hard legislative fight, and during the greater part of the filibustering the bouiewas quiet. Many of the days noth ing at all was done, and the members merely voted and attended to their private matters while undergoing tho call of the house. Tom Reed was at the front of the Republi can side a...

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. — 28 April 1888

Rr m-jr?- gpjsfJS-J??. KEPTJBLTC, SATURDAY EYEIHFG APRIL 28 IS-88 ssSBjwlgssfjfKsf fjww ' "' t?- ----v.. -- - --v-sfisis'-rs,- , -,-nFr5sF-zr' spt:'---- -WsSHsjM-T i fir W 1 & NATURE. Nature b like a sister to my ryes, A maiden playful, petulant and shy; Deep In her face 6weet meanings I espy. Which now the fain would hide, as the for skies flUe their Una souls by some thin cloud that flies. Rendering concealment lovelier. I sigh When gaziafr on her charms, to quietly Expressed, and learn her soul in its fair guise. Sometime, v ith folded hands uion her btvost. Alone, apart, hie Rome mi wt nun, I hear Her pray. Sometimes she Jds to me, and fear And Joy Alternate rob my mind of rest. Will Foster. KILLING A CHINAMAN'S DOG. Al. . IZplaode of in Afternoon'a Walk In a Graveyard. Special Correspondence!. 8as Fbancisco, Apnl 17. A source of the greatest annoyance to a traveler in China is the chorus of yelping curs at one's heels, go where he mar. On the outskirts of Kin Kiang, amidst ...

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. — 28 April 1888

SSv.. - . ts -- .V- 3&l:? - .oeaiaaiw &- E.-S SiessaicfaGuaSal '.WmWitw aJWlMiiiBniSlfMa -., '-?$R! -"rr--vr 7 iHPffBLte, BAyPHPAV XVfflflKa, AHRtt. 98, UBfi. ESSMSjatsasssaasatssBsasssissaan 4 : r THE BEST GIFT FOB WIFE, MOTHER OR BEST GIRL, Or Ir yourself It you are fond of a soofl thlnz. Is a box ot ale Mashmallow Drops. Ther are cut up In atr-tlsht tin boies and cost only S a box. Ther are delicious two flarors. Oraace and asllla. Also, all flarors of EIBSOHS LIME FHU1T TABLETS Sold by the ounce. M or one pound. Price low. All for sale at GASPER'S Drug Store, Main lit., Fisher's Itulldloc, Springfield. DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS! ONtMONDAY, "WE CXPJEIVED THE -m i 1g i fc IS &? fe 8. I.V !fe K--1 -, Is. 15. - -t ( K COM IN O KVKNT8. Blues's. Monday, April 23, fire nights, Bennett A Moulton Open Co. P. T. Bamum, Saturday, Mar 12, on Booth Center street. Killer 4 Freeman's Circus, Monday and Tuesday, April 30 and May 1, on South Center street LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. lord TVo...

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. — 30 April 1888

il m rittflll WHELDON & MERRILL WHELDON & MERRILL -SEI.I JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50.1 ICE CHEAP. VOL. XXXI V NO. 103. 3PKINGFIELD, O., MONDAY EVENING APRIL 30. 1888 PRICE TWO CENTS. jPailg jttptfrlfc. B r i I r- wr it i. I v- iw WEATHER FACTS. IS WitmioTOM.AprilM Ohio: mreacening weawer. wun rain; cooler, except on lakes stationary temperature. Springfield, O., April 28, 1888. J Degrees of Thickness. It is popularly supposed that water ireezes into ice any where from ten to fifty feet thick in the arctic regions, but navigators say that single sheets of ice are seldom found of greater thickness than five feet. Sometimes one sheet is piled upon another and frozen together, and occasionally several sheets are thus joined, forming a compound sheet of great thickness. Inexperi enced persons have mistaken these compound sheets for single ones, and thus got the notion that in the Arctic seas water freezes into masses of enormous thickness. The man who knows where he can have a hundred ...

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. — 30 April 1888

St IBp' n I I i u IW i SAe Tried and Knows. A leading chemist of New York says: " No plasters of such merit a the Alh-lo-pho-ros Piasters haveever before been produced." They are a novelty because they are not made simply to ell cheap, they are the best that science, skill and money can produce, and will do what is claimed for them. For sprains, achss, weaknec, lameness, etc., they are unequaled. 4M Fulton Rt, SandurtT.O ,Xot.M,,87." Tba Athlopborna I'laatrr sctM Ilka nulu It is tbe 6" I eter tnil anil I have ual many kinds. Our druAlat aalil " r) asters arw all at out the same but I don't thin k so now. X sprained my inn and rhoulder In July, and It baa been painful huh, but It does not rin me at all now. Mrs. V nxis Mtciu. a3- Send 6 rents for the beautiful colored lec ture, Moorish Maiden." THEATHL0PH0ROSCO. 112 Wall St. N. f. Spring ftfhl gUpublit MOMUT EVENING. APRIL 30. 18E8. KEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. (Election Tuesday. November 6, USS.l For Secretary of State. " DANIEL J. ltVA...

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. — 30 April 1888

.s3tt$wiesxsM -f& T3S- EEFUBLIO, MOiTDAY EYEZmTG APRIL 30 1888. r5 Hf Hv -V PIES WIN Ice Coolers, only $1.50. Ice Chests, only $4.50. Rustic Flower Stands, $1.50, 32.00 and $3.00. These are large, handsome Stands for Lawns. STOP AND SEE! Gold Band Dinner Sets for $16.00. Terms Installments and Cash. G. '36 to 40 South Marke SUet, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WAXTED Lady, active and Intelligent, to represent, la her own locality, an old Arm. Keferencet required. Permanent posi tion and good salary. II Balnbrldge, Manager 30 Keade street. New York. WASTED At once a first class cook; white; none without references need anDlv. In. quire at I'M . High street. 103a TIT ANTED. Ex soldles and their widows to ney. has an ofBce at room No. 1, Arcade, up stairs, lulbt WANTED A young Klrl to assist In light house-kreplngand take care ot a child. C ill at 171 CM ton street- 100b TTTANTKD .Never purcnase real estate or II loan money on real estate security, with out an strjct of the tit...

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. — 30 April 1888

W&KK pep; i'Mj n'j,1 n'ig t-. j . - L.-r,"wgf;fTy;",y: v "" x jgffUBLIO, MONDAY BVEKIffG, APHIL S6. 18B8, f -s . i&- r m rc. i f& 'i THE BEST GIFT .FOR WIFE, MOTHER OR BEST GIRL, Or tr jourecti If you are fond o! a cood thing. . u a box oil ale Mashmaliow Drops The are put up In alr-tlsht tin boxes and cost onlj St a box. They are delicious two fiavor,Orai:eandanllla. Also, all flavors ot GIBSON'S LIME FRUIT TABLETS old bj the, oaactAi or one pound. Price low. All tor sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, Mala St., Fisher's Building, Sprlncfleld. COMING K EMS. P. T. Barnum, Saturday, May 12, on South Center street Miller A Freeman's Circus, Monday and Tuesday, April 30 and May 1, on west -Pleasant street. Delayed Stutter. Owing to the press of matter on Saturday TCanrnew3 Items, both general and local, were 'crowded out. The inattsr Is given place today because ot the news value and character of the Information contained. LOCAL BREVITIES. A Columbus Ballad. nasi CBirnx. TTntre di...

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. — 1 May 1888

22 3"rv-.5Sili!SS2 gyygfgyTgV ,l- --T-r-rTTTijTlf 5SS wicKtwsrtw-f "'Tiatigit'T EsaSWgH fUpitMfr. WHELDOJ WHELDON & MERRILL JACKSOrtlMP, - $2.50. VOL. XXXIV NO. 104 ICE 3PBINGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVEKtNG MA.Y 1, 1888. PRICE T Synftgffelfr paito fcfr .&! WEATHER FACTS. B Wisn:ioTO.Arril30. Ohio:. rhrpHtenlc? weather, with rule; cooler, except nn lakes : itatlonary temperature. Springfield, O., May 1, 1888. P EITHER WAY For a spring cold or a cold spring, take the following : Rx Cash, $8 to $25. One man or boy. One trip to The When Clothing Store. One interview with clerk. One purchase of overcoat any of the 100 different pat terns. Mist . Apply externally, fitting well over the shoulders and arms, and draping gracefully down to near the knees. Re new as often as the tempera ture requires. Cureall, M D. P. S. Get this prescription filled at The When store. Their materials are warranted pure, and are the cheapest. 25 and 27 West Main. ALWAYS ASK FOR Carr & Brown's IT IS THE B...

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. — 1 May 1888

BiSSneTzimexGl&&8j&BLJ siaOTiiq offiESBAY JvaamyorMAY-inggg., : SSaSSjeggjpfe- "w" ."qy'Mii yfcMat -,' muff UTMftt'MrWlrrfclT1iwril aWtTl r nsW IMF aaJTBriiM'i flTsirraaiiiii ill Mil aaifntTS-- skTafciaiaaaiiMi' -J- ---l-l Z-I-allaZaJ-r - .Tr,, j,,, ; ,- . y. "Jr-j . THIBHo. ' LL. ' . . " r iT,Mmj.-a ri ai atf aTiaiaaaTaaaaaaaaiaasafiaaf CI ' y -J lisgTh , Vfcrm;' ' 9w JM t j r-sb i -"il riSj Trail .SSftek -z K'S d9liD :i ' " rri .OATINC SOAP , ji is THE CHIEF r t Bath. Toilet and Laundry. WfeJWctl Absolutely Pure. r .ssIiil ftnn sot swp Whin Cloud Soap. taHtssfor aampls cake to tae saxsrs. S. S. KIRK CO. CHICAGO. thtglttld gfpu&IU. KaHrHT EVEMNfl. MAT I. 1888. ay Is a sort of Christmas. x'maA December bare Joined bands. lwheolmpn of America are to hare a at at the lnternauonal lair 9, tee first week in September. I vsA ex-governor Alger, of Mlch- Dtlal candidate, lie bu a I is supposed to bare a boom. s'j e5d anarchist organ, the Alarm, 1 iDi'Ctilcago, bas followed ...

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. — 1 May 1888

ssasr.-n.-:ri'Trrav:opr !JSB?F! EEHomiq onmBAY ireETOTQ may 1 1888. , -V. : '4- 1. . j. f..k. ' - t L-j&d! iu& - . - . ,'! CS . -- 1P , ,. --", TT .? ' -43 Advertisers Consult Their Own k- - v., -A.V---2- X&-&M -.! -'-? "-,'! -'V--,-!, V?-Z SW ' Ki- ". , - SHi.-'" Mr &.. IF.- I; Br m b fi'V 6 ."- -if "8- fr ;.? ;., --4-1-Mc' -sT.f - Interests by Patronizing fej; r'a .- J-rf-w! -saTs mi urn 1 nil -" Tim"- nrma r; farm AND FIRESIDE BUILDING. Having purchased the subscription list and good will of the FARM AND GARDEN, of PHILADELPHIA, PA. it has been consolidated with Farm and Fireside, of Springfield, Ohio, and the name of Farm and Garden dropped, thus giving Farm and Fireside 6,684 gUBgRIIBERg -hS-BY ACTUAL COUNT, MAY 1, 1888. ,'. , This is "by fhr the greatest subscription list of any Agricultural Journal ever published, and is surpassed ly only one or two journals-of any Mnd in America. To accommodate those advertisers who do not .wish to advertise in all portio...

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. — 1 May 1888

rJFWTBJ?Fg335(I$; iflEPTTBLrO, TUESDAY FTESISQ, MAY 1. 1888. NEY & PEIRCE'S pork Pices ELE 3 ksss SPRINGFIELD HARDWARE STORE, iro. 27 EAST MAUSI" ST., IS THE TLACE TO IJUT SEASONABLE HARDWARE ! We are headquarters for Builders' Hardware, Farmers' Hardware, Mechanics' Supplies, Lawn Mowers, Screen Doors and Windows, Sprinkling Hose, Hose Reels, WIRE FENCE AND NETTING! Cistern Pumps, Garden Tools. We are sole agents for the celebrated Jewett Refrigerator, proven to be the best Refrigerator made. Our motto : "QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!" w-'ti jmWmWamWmSO&-:mK fe iNilfiSPiLPS I, inly $1.50. rMlv $4.50. 'tanos, $i.ou, $3.00. Iare, handsome hr Lawns. NDSEE! -Dinger Sets for a istallments and f-3 ? Markel Street, r,Hlgh. A CENUINE HOLIDAY. Powdered White Hellebore,- i For Hose Slum and to kill otber Insect lite on cucumber and currant t lues, A rood sup ply at very lowest prices at Casper's Dru store. Dalniation Insect Towdfr, For (IMS. fleas, bues. cabbane worms, moth riles, u...

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. — 2 May 1888

WHELDON&MERRHLI finAJ iKfefilltl iS-mif It Ifr WHELD0N&MERR,Lt 1 VOL. XXXIV NO. 105. SPBESTGITELD, O., WEDXESDAT EVENING J.IA5T 2. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. . . t ? '111 I il' I IF" aBt K 1 ' ' m I- ' -. .. J :4- 'ft E -4 r ft ' '4fi " II I SEM 3wJJ nil JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50. &rfr W & jffj j VOL. XXXIV NO. 105. ill gssfglSECOIIIll EDITION. J I 1 4:15 IF. SJL. -?BlM Springfield, O., ) fifi May i,i888. A STREET DUEL. -It . ' B I - H , I - "- I 1 r BIIMVaTi I t HtK WAY 4f " ' --" For a spring cold or a cold spring, take the following : Rx Cash, $8 to $25. One man or boy. One trip to The When Clothing Store. One interview with clerk. One purchase of overcoat any of the 100 different pat terns. externally, fitting well over the shoulders and arms, and draping gracefully down to near the knees. Re new as often as the tempera ture requires. Cureall, M D. P. S. Get this prescription filled at The When store. Their materials are warranted pure, and are the cheapest. 25 and 27 We...

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