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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 May 1888

si&t t-, v ssfe - j"": V" " '- ' i - BEPTTBIJO, WEDNESDAY EVKfOTQ. MAYIT2. 1888. c r. - - 'V, ivi 1 V 0 h.' G ; -a KIRK'S V4 FLOATING SOAP IS THE CHIEF For the. Beth, Toilet and Laundry. Snow Whit and Absolutely Pure. If toot dealer doe not kerp White Clood Poap. Mad S cent for ssjnp.s cake to the maker, JBS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. jpprtnflfitljl Republic. WEDNESOU EVENING. MAT 2. 1888. HKPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. (Election Tuesday. November 6. 1SS3. For Secretary of'State. DANIEL J. RYAN, of Scioto. For Supreme Judge. JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, of Mel;:. For Member Board of Public Works. WELLS S. JONES, ol Pike. For Eleetors-at-Larce. ABSALOM H. MATTOX. of Hamilton. I. P. LAMPSON. ot Cuyahoga. For Concress-EUhth Ohio District. ROBERT P. KENNEDY, ot Locan. r Judce ot Common Pleas Court (Second Judicial District.) HORACE L.SMITU. ol Greene. V REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer. aEOROE W. COLLETT. or Prosecuting Attorney. CHASE STEWART. For County Commiss...

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. — 2 May 1888

m Item or Interest Gathered from Buckeye j Fremont, May 2. Thomas Brown, a ! bra.emau on the L. K. V. rallroa.while coupling cars near the depot, was run over a ..-. ..- -...... t,., . an J instantly silica, lie was a resident ot -BLelHBkfleHiHHlLeHMHHsflKsa 3 "-T-." V1, - :V - - --r "vi HCt ""t IRBr aB gwataaeBaBBeBati wammmrn ft-T ilT ijvmmnrri rviiT 31 - -a XiAUllliU LA1. 1 ' SENATOR INGALLS MAKES HIS AN M ; NOUNCED SPEECH, flir , ,''' ' Pointed Way Charres and Counter-I Im . : - fi ill sfir iik? - -,;Lj,'"asT5r " i8c,!a''1 ":::;rzii..,,ll.l. .TILfw'J. "jj ";l virfv-"&,?y"i:rA " - ' K:-v rTyiJ' 6 ?re-sW---i-ivJ "?. tJf --,-.--s; r ;t . .. t-T-?T'..i...Tri.. ,. r...'.i')?.!r;v u.-.'i. ,'..u, "' '.-'wi.' '-,"-- tj;.- r.j' ,l-r" -- ;9raSif fs "''i1 I I i ii '"i ' ""TP"' T l-Ta - -. jii.i.iii 1,V " - a r-rP- HH St? -Mrfi- " TJ '."-. .ST- -- yc--Hit -B -jIS: " - - - .- -. 3 Ik " M BEFtJBIJO. WEDNESDAY .-TO-NINQ vIAY 2 1888. OHIO NEWS. MARTIN FORAN ADDRESSES THE HOUSE IN OPPOSI TIO...

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. — 2 May 1888

- - - i ..i i . 1 Mill V . 5TSR5S8ei . 113 i'SOT'"'. --r tsM)"- asHJSJite, Wednesday FnsnsQ. may s ibbs. !,r, " L,i wrfH-.!... . '- "Bgg"l" ' ' Ji THE'C. S." HflT! S1.SO, AT BANCROFT'S. fz&mSmgFfwaL . !JJ ''' n i ia-1 On mm ursnii rsima TwiTrr.Tiiirir tr atiTTmir - - - -ni---r- - .1 ( i H s 1 I " ' - ' ; J i- tjS& m t A Br m ftilbti Wiannbj Ice Coolers, only $1.50. Ice Chests, only $4.50. Rustic Flower Stands, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. These are large, handsome Stands for Lawns. STOP AND SEE! -" .., Gold Band Dinner Sets for $16.00. 1 Terms Installments and Cash. G. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High NEW SPRING IIS! All.Stjles, LoweslJPrlceg. HPES, The Batter and FurnUher.8 E. Mala. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WANTED Two gentlemen lodgers, nleely furnlshed front room. Call at 84 N-. Mar ket street. 105a WANTED-At the Intelligence Office. 31 W. Washington street. Uerman, Irish and American clr 8 Apply at once. 104bt WANTED-Lady. active and Intelligent, to represent. In her own...

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. — 3 May 1888

'MMBPaMWLyiAiiM.8' " ' " , y ;7t, "7'y-'"ir-f sseasiie-tns'e''1' " ' ..J tV mrjr"?.!!1 1''"'tJ!!Z T sijmiii HOTi"ll'l"" ptmgtidfr WHElDON&MERRIIE lp WJU JUJV -8KLI ICE OHELAJP. SPEnSTGHELD, O., THTJBSDT EVENING MAY :j. 1888 PRICE TWO CENTS. 5i ' "i -, fl V- i 1 whfi nnw & kprrii i .CTk ff " - -rwiw u. .IISSSI-S. 3iMi f SELL PH ' JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50. tT - VOL. XXX1VNO. 106. i M C'B lit L3 1 WEATHER FACTS. ? -k- .JWiBHlaoToa. May3.-0Mo: i I warmer, fair weather, fol-l W . A- ' - LllJlowea by rain oa the lakes. I 2:45 !" JfC i Springfield, O., 1 ; J I May 3, 1888. J HOW WED0 IT The secret of success in re tail mercantile life nowadays seems to be ingenuity in the development of devices to at tract trade. At least, it is in the line of such ingenuity that the chiel efforts of the retail dealers seem to be directed. This is especially true at this time when the spring trade is beginning and the store-keepers have full stocks of goods on which to exercise their ingenuity. New Yo...

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. — 3 May 1888

si JJi $. a hnr A K ElllFP BBNBBoeaaBBaetiatiaBaBkfi B? I AATIRin O sf T lm I IIVU OWM!" THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet end Laundry. Enow Whits and Absolutely Pure. U Ttror dealer doc net kttp Whits Clood Soap, lend 10 cents for sample cake to the makers JAS. S. KIRK 5 CO., CHICAGO. Springfield lUpubltt IHURU EVEHINU. MAY 3. HfsB. ltlCPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday, November 6. 1SS8.J For Secretary of'State," DANIEL J. RYAN, of Scioto. For Supreme Judge. JOSEPH P. BUABBURY.of Meigs. For Member Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES, of Pike. For Electors at-Large. ABSALOM H. M ATIOX. of Hamilton. I. P. LAMPSOX. of Cuyahoga. For Congress-Eighth Ohio District. ROBERT P. KENNEDY, of Logan. r Judge of Common Pleas Court (Second Judicial District.) HORACE L.SMIXU. of Greene. KKPUBLICAN QQUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer. 8E0R0E VT. COLLETT. or Prosecuting Attorney. CUAsE bTLWART. For County Commissioner. B. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Director. JAMES BUFORD. For C...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 May 1888

to, ";" ;Jf -g-rja "J - " ,' --J -i?rV. 3as 'g-gt"'4iai. - LLZJ s's--uw rgSmuimmii21 nMiitw.M" "! ' 'Largny , T ," ,, ,, i .JiVi i 'STr"3-SS-SS rdfeh nnjt.1 -r : v- t- t -. 4 T .eminv'. 3was5 . iii jj'lTi.' CT "-il u- V : i Ti -J -1 11 BMIllllllll THE GREAT CONFERENCE' OK REPRESENTATIVES OFTHE METH ODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Interesting Proceeding! ana Important BuImu. Transacted Women Dele gats Refused' Admlttance-.ddreaite of. Xhm Blshupt Sunday Mempipon Denounced Total Prohibition Advised. Xsw Vtr, May 3. The second day's session of the twentieth annual General Methodist Conference epened promptly at 9 o'clock yesterday morning at the Metro politan Opera House. Itishop Stephen M. Merrill occupied the chair. The proceedings opened with prayer and reading of the Scripture. Iluhop Merrill then read the address of the bishops, extending to the delegates the Episcopal greeting and blessing. .The ad dress reviewed the revival work that has been going on in the church since the last confer...

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. — 3 May 1888

,w.iS...y . . ttt&&&?3 &tZr&ttt&&j3ixZ2K fm&f&X! ?"frswiyiy2- fss nmi " M"aV iBBa-r'u; iJEPTTBIO, THUKSDAY ISYEffOTG, MAY "rmfrmlti .. vw3fiE53lrl - ssfSSSSS i I Vi I 1 1 lS--WfJ'P ffiiffffiS-gS ,-Tra.- - - " v - ,.Tr m iM-Jr-nrgn iiiTffff'rirfrrll jS- -mmam mmmmmmFmm?- i n iiaii mwemrwr i minr nniii. , mil Minn 11 n 11 t nww t u n irrsrTrri m im m r-fTnTiT-Tr"" '. cc -noBr : .. rr? 3 1888. . -- 'flllfe i - -! ra il h I-''. ?: 1W21 w Ice Coolers, only $1.50. Ice Chests, only $4.50. Rustic Flower Stands, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. These are large, handsome Stands for Lawns. STOP AND SEE! Gold Band Dinner Sets for $16.00. Terms Installments and Cash. c. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. All Stjlei, Lowest;Prices. HPBS, The Hatter and Furnliher.SK. Main. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED w AKTED Partner 1b a machine shop. Ad- dress k J pcnemmei. napniuucw.v. W 'ANTED Two or three rooms, with or without Doara. lauai j . jutmt. WANTED-Sltuatlon as a clerk 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. — 4 May 1888

' ,lii,ll gTfffWPiTfTW .-rJSW --rgwyr-r- 1 .'hi'' a 'J v ' ' ' 'gf ' Wji s' -ffie-S?-'- J J" ' antM-ic WHELDON&MERRTLT -belt ICE OKEHLAJP. SPEmGiTELD, O., ERIDAY EYEOTNG MAY 4, 1888 PRICE TWO CENTS. j - jtfwMgS3S5r" i , i arw 3c&r" .-- w$ . 1 --- Bit ' ' "T j: VOL. XXXI VNO. 107. WMi , kS" i a. 1 "Ifl ffLKlm: WC1TUCD niTe . . . . -.. . . a I Kbnintn mw o b- b-h -"" r B"rB " . 1 P ITlllliintM. V.vJ nhfn.l Lleht rains, folloveu by falrl w earner, suzutiy cooler. SrRINGFIELD, May 3. o., 1888. HOW WE DO IT The secret of success in re tail mercantile life nowadays seems to be ingenuity in the development of devices to at tract trade. At least, it is in the line of such ingenuity that the chiel efforts of the retail dealers seem to be directed. This is especially true at this time when the spring trade is beginning and the store-keepers have full stocks of goods on which to exercise their ingenuity. New York Sun. Our great device is retailing clothes at manufacturers prices. In ha...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 4 May 1888

fmojIpM T''3w!TltHasftjrP ff-. W8BUQ, fiatPAY roanm Ua 4, 1888. mat Ktttta?wttt -! It rsr tWih KIRK'S WriiTE.'lcllobD Ccaf v 7v v ft FLOATING SOAP IS THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow Whlto and Absolutely Pure.'' TF Mn ala. ilflM ttClt kMn WfeltA f?lnnd MOID. lend to Knti for sample cake to toe maker. JHS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICACO. primtulii gtcpublit FRIOIT EVENING. MT 4. I8S8. 3K PUB LICAN . STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. November 6. 1SS3. For Secretary of State DAXIEL J. KYAN.oI Scioto. For Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, of Meigs. For Member Board ol Public Works. WELLS S. JONES, of Tike. For Electors-at-Larj;e. ABSALOM H. MATTOX. of Hamilton. I. P. LAMPSOK. of Cuyahoga. For Congress-Eighth Ohio District. ROBERT P. KEXNEDV. of Logan. r Judge of Common Pleas Court (Second Judicial District.) HORACE L. SMITH, of 0 reene. IUB1PUBL.1CAZX COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A.J.BAKER. For Treasurer, GEORGE VT. COLLETT. or Prosecuting Attorney, CHASK STEWART. For County C...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 4 May 1888

" ' , i .JggiMaaraMBi!J?WMh- ' if ps'kf: " 1w59?iSiB5siIjB -S :il S u& aiWf rwl csscraps nmig THE TAMPrGRIXD. BEPRESENTATIVE WILSON, OF WEST VIRGINIA, SPEAKS. Interesting Colloquoy Betwe.n II I in and Boutelle, or WaineV lig Day far tha Advocates at tha Mills Bill Senate Vluiuti the Unearned Lnd Grant -'orfelture llllt. Washikotos, May 4. The feature of the House proceedings yesterday was the speech of Mr. Wilson, of West Virginia, in faror of the tarlfl bill. The House concurred in the Senato amendment tn the bill for the nnirhnv nf additional ground adjoining the Indiaaapo- lis post office site and which increases the amount from $125,000 to $150,000. TheconferencTretwton the iointieso- lntion accepting the invitation of the French Government to narticiiiate lathe Paris einositlon was adorned. The House tlien went into committee of the whole on the tariR bill and Mr. Wilson, nf WVftt Vir-inls tnnlr tlie Hinr in ,dtnrff of the bill. He started out w ith the asscr- Important Act...

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. — 4 May 1888

gsgsis&ftasss ',jr3p5pi3w TT' "U I .- !" Tjffi.itM''ri 'jiiMgpegjagyLjSjiig jSgFtTBLIO, FRIDAY KViamfG, MAY -4 -1888 1 I M vi 1 Jit 51 -! COFFEE! 20o, 23c, 25o. FRESH DAILY. REFRIGERATORS ON PAYJ1KNTS. G.W.PAYNTER&GO. 36 to 40 South Markel Strict, near High. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TTTAVTnn All x snldlen. soldiers' widows IT or soldiers' heirs, who desire to make ap plication tor pension, to sonsuit i. . yuinuj. pension attorney, room 4. Arcade. Springfield, UB Qhle. 10Tb TANTED Partner In a machine shop. Ad' IT dress R. J. Schemmel. apakoneta. 0. w 'ANTED Two or three rooms, with or lihnnthAwt Pall t 3 U - North St. W ANTED Situation as a clerk in a grocery or any other store, by a young man of 17 years. Address Wn, A. Kuch. Springfield. 0. W "ANTED At the Intelligence Office. 31 W. Washington street. German, Irish and American glr s. Apply at once. 'Mot mANTED Lady, active and Intelligent, to IT represent. In her own locality, an old Arm. References required. Permanent po...

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. — 5 May 1888

p$l mm SPlGITEIJ),. O., SATURDAY EVENING MAF 5. 1888. . .-. "i js-..-. -. . J--3e&ie& gei25 MhMawra''ati'iEB8g! rf jtaitt HiyttMt;. ESS i WHELDQN & MERRILL K F:3.' SELL if il JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50. a i ,M m VOL. XXXIVNO. 108. iff j- WEATHER FACTS. iMfffv ''aW- tWHlOTo.MT5-Ohlo:rZ ! iClt- Warmer, lair weather, pre-1 -IHhV 1J ceded by rain on tbe lake. I " PRICE TWO CENTS. 1 sararsaasTasaaaTssssaaaatsasaTsaTaTMSs M 4SH Ill- I P. If v m " "". 4 -1 "?-j s?a 91 - hi ft WW ' ' 4:15 I- HUE. Springfield, O., 1 BEnronraiBtar.i i888-i CfeTfeJS 2"d Pi'res, ',lws STATIONERY PT- ' SrHOHrE.T SPRINGFIELD Omio THEJUSH! Trade, like a mighty catar act, comes dashing into the places in our store which the high banks of spring Clothing on an sio.es leave vacant. a T T 1 It it nere are nnis small moun tains of spring overcoats ; there hills of spring suits ; yonder more hills of hats, while off this way, -'like the flowers that bloom in the spring, tra-la-la," are scat tered the brilliant di...

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. — 5 May 1888

st-t i! 16" ? -fill ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. APPROPRIATION ASKED FOR TO DE FRAY EXPENSES OF A REUNION. The" Survivors To Meet at Gettysburg: Meat YearNational Conventioa of lwjtn Conference of American Na tions Uuslnass oCthe Mouse A. Doctor Arraigned (or Bap. Wasiiisqtos, May 5. The House ipent most of the day in discussing the Tariff bill. ' 6 Mr. Dunn, of Arkansas, from the Com mittee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, reported a resolution, which was adonted. calling on the Secretary of the Treasury for information as to the exestence of lawi or regulations of the department, prohibit ing the overloading of easels on the great lakes. Mr. Johnston, of Indiana, from the Com mittee on Elections, submitted a repott in the California contested election case of Lynch vs. Gaudever. The report is unani mous in favor of Vandever, the sitting member. House calendar: Private business was dispensed with and the House went into committee of the whole on the tariff bill. Mr. Caswell, of Wisconsin,...

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. — 5 May 1888

REFUBHO, SATURDAY EVEIOTG HAT 5 1888. ERl IMP' TK V- i Bi MM if t I '4Mf " "ill hfr- i 6 B A CONVENIENT HOUSE. ITS COST IS PUT DOWN AT LITTLE MORE "THAN $3,0O. ' It Has All the Modern Improvements an I Is Arranged so aa to Tie Convenient d "Head for tlie llouewlfa Flans mod Elevation. Special Correspondence. lKDlxSATOUS, May 1. The entrance to this house Is from the side. The porch comes welt to the front on the hall side, so as to emphasize the principal entrance. The position ot the house on the lot does this. I "" dr be asked, displaying a handsome The side entrance gives the front of the 8u "ratch ""h th initials 'R. a' engraved house to the best rooms, tbe parlor and sit- on "" caae- At the " "m". ther b7 d ting room down stairs and tbe principal bed- "S" or eh, he removed his hat. Grasp rooms up stain. Ordinarily the hall is only i "T "ed these words to Philadel nsrdasn passage, and in that sense it U k' Phla- 'Letters HCon gentleman's watch, waste of. pot room to have the hal...

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. — 5 May 1888

3nBFUSLI0,, SA.TPBPAY ffvTgnBTQr MAff B, 1888. 1 11 rll f- W c5 Be Sure If yon have made up your wind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not bo induced to take any other. A Itoslon lady, whose example Is worthy Imitation, tells her experience below: "In one store n here I went to buy Hood's SarsanarilU tho clerk tried to Induce me buy Uu.tr own Instead of Hood's ; he told roe thelr's would last longer; that I might tako It on ten To Get days' trial; that It I did not like It I need not lay anything, etc Hut ho could not prevail on me to change. I told him I had taken Hood's Sarsaparllla. knew what It was, was satisfied with It, and did not want any other. When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I was feeling real miserable with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly Hood's stand. I looked like, a pervm In consump tion. Hood's Sarsaparllla did mo so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my friends frequently speak of it,' Mrs. Ella A. Gorr, 61 Terrace Street, Bosto...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 May 1888

I - . ...... JliS!SaiEfSBa-sKriabfBr-- M gja8gasgiigBgsaa8i!l5 Pgy-iPjpfjilraJ6Sr 5ar3fcMMnwMnm?gMaJgES3MnBK'-g Vfc &BSB&Z " " - y- impt - -Ml m - N f 4 -i mmr ,., , ugagBBBgi IN AN INSANE ASYLUM. I'loffMiur 1'rlcs Il Capliallat, lUonl from, nnd Expected to Beturn to.lnrai town The airy story, or fairy story, of Profes sor William Henry rdce.and Jils Jmniensa English inheritance, grows more and more fascinating. The following from the Washington a 1L Uerald, is the latest chanter related by a cousin of the pro fessor: "From the time he has left his home un til about three weeks since, his family at Jamestown knew nothing of his where abouts. It seems that when ha left ills home In January for New- York he was laboring under an abberration of mind. probably caused from the worry and trouble be had passed through In regard to his for tune, and when he came to mmself three weeks ago he found himself In an insane asylum in Xew York city, where he had been teuderly cared for, tho...

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. — 5 May 1888

I W 3&iata:- ,, ggsg&s&gs ssss t&?. MMMMMMHMWMHI ?-- ra"T Hfe KWVB120 BATUBDAYEYWISQ MAT 51888. !3lkSH: - m 1JVJrM-j-MjaHWgg:BWiML " 1I J ' A J i jWiiiiwgiii(.iiesieeiTwsseaif ' M - ,3-Mf fc TOE MILE CUSS Writers on Russian Topics Neg lect It, OF WnOM IT IS HADE DP. It ll Unlike Tht or Any Other Country end IdvIqcIm CommoDn Ennobled for Seasonn. Merchant or All Kinds and the Lew Important Oraelals. (SpnU! OonrspondMiCB. Nrw York, April SO. 'UY l it that so tittle is heard of the middle classes of Russia! What are tbeir li vest What are their pur suits! Sccli are the questions that seem to come up of them selves nowadays in the Inquiring American mind, tired of hearing and reading of bloodthirsty Nihil ists, of Intriguing courtiers, of more or less wittily slandered royalty. Most natural questions, those; but cot all alike easy to answer. The middle class of Russia the working element is so little beard about mostly for the reason of its members minding rbieily tbeir ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 May 1888

3$Sr$ KSH ISPWlfi i I 1 1 n ftEPTTBLTO, SATURDAY EYESTD-TG- MAY 51888. r -'$ ', M -4 To.1 -M c-m THE YOUNQ PEOPLE. A Toothful SJlDd Which Del Ted lata Natural Philosophy. I A young scholar, taking hit first lessons In natural philosophy, bad the existence of animalcubB, tbo minute creatures, too small to be seen with the naked eye, which ore to lie found in liquids, explained to him. After the lesson be was asked to tell what animal cu&d were. "They are animals that yon cant see," he said. "Well, that may do for an answer," said the teacher. "Now, will yon give me an ex ample of animalcule? j "The hippopotamus, the gorilla, the whalo I "Slop! What makes yon think those an. ' mals are anlmalcuUeP " 'Cause 1 never saw one of Vm!" Youths Companion. . A Ready Answer ru-iin l- hrioht inv imi. -J-I i r Droit park, and she has the bad habit of sucking her thumb. The other morning her motner was comotng nor Hair and rlaxie, as usual, had her thumb in her month. "Flaxle, Flaxie," reprove...

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. — 5 May 1888

So. mmmmmmsm MM jgEPUBUO, SATURDAY 1T73INIKQ, MAY 5 1888. .w.x'j - m ! ippj- sfSBl6"??i'' j---wWwiw-wbm"""""W I,. i ii .1, in -Mi-mrf i VVtiJiiiii ii - i wan -in ni-ii-mjwnwrwiri fiffirinwnirl 7 Ttmn inffim I'w'iWMMi'li infTl 9MHBMHSWSIMMeSflBNSjSMSJMMSHMHV! .79i-P?src&M' Tae--6jaa.r.KiBfrs9Bswc lifit i i K! I El M1 ilM r-r L?S 1 ! Lti u COFFEE! 20o, 23c, 25o. FRESH DAILY. REFRIGERATORS ON PAYMENTS. CW.PAYNTER&GQ. 56 to 40 South Market Street, near High. All Stjles, LowcstTrlces. HI T IF-EDi Th Hatter and,Furnlsher,5 E. Main. "WHO STOLE A Vl AM?" John Toles In Trouble (or MlDgllnE Willi Meat Belonging to Others. John Toles, a well known colored man, mi trrested this (Saturday) forenoon out near the East street shops and patrolled Into town, charged with larceny. Toles was seen coming Into town bright and early this morning on the Clifton road, with a suspi cious sack on his shoulders. It was after wards learned that he bad sold a large number of hams this morning to a Jew de...

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. — 7 May 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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