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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 7 May 1888

' 1 'lJV!SasssssCJII,BMasssslll6fy':' ;-pg. - g-sJBgMlBMBJoaiSoassaasggsaasguiw J .. iaJMeveeoss&te5l? 'Si'- " t ' ' ' ' ii'in, .',-.i,....-'-MaPtsJ5j ' - j-fp''j"jii)iJfjMMBliSti tWY MEFOBLIO, MONDAY T7ZXTSQ, MAY T. 1888. .-Jffi JSfU .m n! KIRK'S STf FLOATING, SOAP THE CHIEF . (For the Bain, ToUet and Laundry. Bnow White, and Abaolutely Pure. It Ttw dealer does not keep White Cloud Reap, land 10 cents for sample cake to the maker. JHS. S. KIRK S CO., CHICAGO. prinjfithl $qubiic M00U EVENING. MAT 7. I8BS. lt!CI?XJBJL.ICAN STATE TICKET. J Election Tuesday, November 6. 1883.1 For Secretary of State." DANIEL J. RYAN, of Scioto. For Supreme Judge. JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, ot Meigs. For Member Board of Public Works. WELLS S. JONES, of Pike. For Electora-at-Large. ABSALOM II. MATTOX, of Hamilton. I. P. L AMPSON. of Cuyahoga. For Congress EUhth Ohio District. Robert p. Kennedy; of Logan. er Judge of Common rieas Court (Seeord Judicial District.) - HORACE L. SMITH, of Greene. COUNTY TICKET. ...

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. — 7 May 1888

sfc &2Pfr&&i&&& -TgggguA'.; t&m'f? ;V SEPUmiO, MOITPAY JgVENING MAT 7 1888. w I JCT.iES;sBlKS333E:-it15Ht':ir y" -.--.( r.,-j.-.jwrv4iij5...s-, hT.-t.7T v " ' ""J m t-wit-ii , ... P" ''". Sgg.rag 1IU.J.J I. I IWW" ,.,,1-n- unp a- I,, Mill , . ,. ,, LP.il U-ll'-..,l-----aBr-W f?Jy''"'5 ; - -S05:- " ' a ' ...-,- - --. -, - -,-,. ..w., 7Kfg M 1 Tt Iv Ste. -1W V xa ,--, 1 ys A STORY OF THE WAR. WITH A STARTLING AND SHOCKING SEQUEL IN THE PRESENT. A Most Revolting ami Brutal Case ot Incut In lielmont County A Xegr. Kan's Own Daughter Hears Hlra Eight Deformed ana Idlotle Children, SriCBEXviu.1. Mar 7.-A most revoltino case oflncest has come to light in Somerset inIlirhrinK.-tmr., township, Belmont county, and the guilty IKUitte!S?,t to .,h?.1! tatUUcTty.i -w-, ujuuiv Tail ih rjf-ii-ii i -iinur 1 " r. ..-? . by Quakers, It is one of tlie most unin- Titinc localities tliATftnff.neictt,,-f Kin- uu (BTiiies, anu not SUSCepuOle Ol much cultivation. The township con...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 7 May 1888

Ml I vas J COFFEE! 20o, 23c, 25c. FRESH DAILY. REFRIGERATORS ON rYJOKNTM. CI PAYNTER & GO. 86 to 40 South Market Street, near High. Unsurpassed for Elegance, Comfort and Durability. Fit guaranteed. Call and leave your order. H T HP B s, Shirt Maker, Hatter and Furnisher, No. S East Main Street. WiU1i 4:htik$z.3tbi SONS OF VETERANS. Tlk State Eocimpmeat Commence To narrow snd Coutlnaet Three Days rire Hundred Delegates Kxpeeted. Tomorrow the state encampment. Sons of Veterans, commences In Dayton and continues three days. The event will be one of Importance as over fire hundred distinguished visitors and -delegates will be In attendance. Major A. P. Davis, of Pittsburg, founder of the order, and his wife, will be present, also, General G. C. Abbott, of Chicago, commander-in-chief of the S. of V.. will be in Dayton to attend encampment The headquarters of the encampment will be at the Beckel house, and the busi ness sessions will be held In the association hall, T. M. Cl A. buildi...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 8 May 1888

rk 7&i :-m jn ro WxiBOTOrM&; 7. Ohio": Light rain, preceded by fair weUierr- Springfield; rO.r 71 May'8, 1888. J '-V ' ,;" SPECIAL jpisstssel , ' z Today we placeoirsalesg dozen SilkfTeck Scarffat rThis is by all odds Jhe greatest Neclcwea7 - bargain evelfqffereH jn tHts.city.' THE WHEN,: 25 and 27 West Main Street. See west entrance show window. Our intentions for tomorrow are such inducements as -will bring to our store allwhpare looking to" save money and buy goods at half pricel Our immense .'stock of fine Dress Goods we,-are making a special feature for Wednes day, as we'havemarkedjdownT for tomorrow Dress Goods, all colors, at Sc, ioc 15c a yard, only tomorrow. JACKETS! The determinatiqnJo" clean out these Jackets we Jiave made up our minds to "do, "and if half prices will do -it, .just see them; all new spring gar ments. A lot of Black Cashmere Shawls at $1.50, $1.75, $2,we can dffer you in tomorrow's sale. PARASOLS! Another special -JeaturEin these tomorrow buy early...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 8 May 1888

BBFUBUOTOESDAT tVmJSQ, MAY 8, 18B8 ' - i i i ii r i l"Br,'1M"""'"'MWaWaMaWMaaMmijMBMi 56 f ., & J-i & KIRK'S vMfffc$tet!D FLOATING SOAP is i . : j THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Bnow Whits and Absoluts!? Pure. M yow dealer iof rot keep Wklte Oood Jop. and E) eenu for aampla emk to ,tM maun. JES. S. KIRK 5 CO., CHICAGO. priugfifltl fpublit TUESDAY EVENING. MAT 8. 1888. STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. Xorember . 18S8. For Secretary ot Bute." DANIEL J. RYAN. 61 Scioto. For Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, of MelM. For Member Board of Public Works. WELLS S. JONES, ot Pike. i For Eleetori-at-LarKe. ABSALOM H. MATTOX. of Hamilton. I. P. LAMPSOX. of Cuyanoga. Oarpeopleshoula make rip their ratads that fully fire months should yet be eareat- ly devoted to business, before opening the political campaign In Clark county. An efficient board of trade should be In excel lent working order long before that time, and much good accomplished for Spring field. Business and poli...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 8 May 1888

gjSBl .-riT i- T" mjjaM.. i M W5M'JW?yiJWWiTP!v-(i 5sm?S3"-iIs sKii iSjBif1,?S"' V3riyi fTi J-y-' jy&es iwwwww um ipum i ,. ' " mini i assoMaaaMaaa n j ieamin i-iiM- . . . ... , J9aaa.1JHl Jaa. B v i ' - - - iii ittt it n iimmii omw w - ihtiiiwbw im" j.imw. 1 If RITERS'AND HARBORS I ill ' - 8" ss. 'iMf RECEIVE THEIR APPROPRIATIONS Iff ZM- ' CONNECTION WITH OTHERS. -SB. lJy? ' The noose Desposee One Part of the Ap. , proprlatlon Bills Diicutsionot the Bill i o rroTide a Bureau of. Animal In. uustry The Senate In Secret Session Ratines the ChlueeJ Treaty. i wa. May 8. The chief features it t Date Proceedings yesterday were Mr. Reagan's and Mr. Coke's speeches In opposition to tlie Animal Industry bill. The latter had not finished his speech when the bill went over without action. A petition was presented fmm ilil. protesting against a territorial form of "uveraraent mere, mo petition Has re ferred. A number of House and Senate bills for public b.iilding were reported and placed on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 8 May 1888

" ifnBBlBifflTO'liff'i -t.i C.-M -i '." jMrC w n m w nniiopiiiniiiiii! barnumacain to the front r -get ' : 1 2Qc, 23o, 25c. ;-. FRESH DAILY. .. re REFRIGERATORS .,ON PAYMENTS. (J. NATCH ft CO, S6 to 40 Soath Market Street, near High. Unsurpassed ,, tilesance. Comfort, and Durability. Fit guaranteed. Call and leave jour order. ZE3I :T IF IE S, Shirt Maker, Hatter and'Furnlsber, No. 5 East Main' Street 1,200,000 LADIES KOWVrZABTIIB CORSET. OorafortabWEIejaat. Prf enUr HetltUal. aad the Hon Enable kaon to the uada. OeuWs Bone Cot6e Seam 0auW Steill ONE DOLLAR. SOLD EVEEtWHEEE. Jinr Tort OBce end Wuratw Uulll aUnwr Start. Bortree Wfg. Co,, Jackson, Mjoft. PEOPLE'S COLUMN, WANTED W; AKTBDf artner to a machine shop.. Aft- , dress K-J gtneraroei. apaonct.v.n TrANTED Two' or three roomers, with or II wiuoai ooonu lAiiMa n.nvnua WASTED Situation as a clerk in a grocery or any other store, by a toudc man ot 17 yean. .Address Wm. A. K.uch. Springfield. O. WANTED Lady; aettre' and Intelligent, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 May 1888

JMMk yM,l I M I, I ii'lil .Ji.-.--r.-.j.,iL-r.M.g,, m ' "-; , , ffTrrwTJt f '. i fum-, -'rr,ir- ...--.tigiBywcsEEgwsjg --wwwa,t-rl,- .-.n ggxl ?.'-. ,.lJii-W. wasyisf!jafi $s SaSBJSsaS? . VBBHlMaMMlMiBHiHES9P-!7r"wVVM?Tw r - ill" THI Kln ' X StL 3dHs qjfB l WHELDON & MERRILL i& ' SELL Iff JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50. Sit sir VOL. XXXIVNO. m. Mf If WEATHER FACTS. r . : : TABHlvavnv. Mat 9 Ohio: (Stationary temperature, rain JtoUowed by Jalr weatuer. Springfield, O., May 9, 1888 Harvey Brown caught fifty' six suckers near the mouth of Brier Creek, last Wednesday, in a few hours. Otego Times. Talk about suckers, have you seen MikeDugan's catch? Four pounds and three ounces and contains 16,000 bones! Now subside, ye sucker boast ers. Dryden Herald. lm reters caugnt a sucker in the pond yesterday that weighed fourpounds. We should think he would have needed "succor" to pull him out. Honesdale Independent THE BIGGEST ONE. The biggest sucker in the lot is he who thinks he is get ting a b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 May 1888

-stt!tt&raa3s2Sse'2 '3're5'SiiHr' fJSaTZSLa ea "ig-g-)Cp wmmf' ra!23SfjiSBTO.raC5?&'Xfc rMJ - -'" -,"a;-J-- gf--i?JAByigjJ r J , . .TMJBJIlBl Ty? T - ' , ,?? 1 rnsra-sniTTHT'T . m i--.hi.ii -1 - - """-n - " is W -m . i s l i-ll jtj y pyi fc2M, n ijilll i HIIHMIT1I mtr v n i urn n mi i itniiiwiiwigBiiiiiiiiii iiiiiwiBiiiMMWii iii ijiiiTTin iiiwiiiiiniiiiin -f -nr- - - - - - 1SHWiSSuaaiVsa 2" "-wr - -KSWISHMwBiaEwflSsHBaBSHRWRJ'sKSwa?1- Sffc' via '" m ii MiMiiriiiiiimriinrrrm -Cm KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF Fop the) Bath, Tollot and Laundry. Snow "Whlta and Absolutely Pure. If your dealer does not kp WWU Oona JjoP. Wnd oenta lor sample oaks to lb msksrs, JHS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICACO. gumngfirtd gUpbli WE0NESOS.T EVENING. HAT 9. I88B. kkpublican STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. November C. 18S8. For Secretary of'State. DANIEL J. RYAN, 01 Scioto. x. For Supreme Judge. J0SKP1I P. BRADBURY, ol Melts. For Member Board of Publlo Works, WELLS S. JONES. of Pike. For Electors-at-L...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 May 1888

Jtewy-.:iciSt " 1 1 1 fcniiiiiiiiwii-iiiri.fl."ir i w-w ,',.ii,,, nr iTT-rnTri I 'ifrfrrTr aaiiaMHBHMiMiBtESS-i p1 gemwr- &JBSL , ;3aaaaaaaaaaaaaaggU'l W3aS3S :a,yu,RmWfaWiit.Baa3K&aaa V&FZ?i?V3 , " --- , IjSBfTRpgS?5? 5?" "Tt "" ' ' - M'-' "'--- mi 1 ,i WifiwiHBtP rfr f t.ie - H $ -V 91 lif1' fc mm i i ii aav mmmmmmmemmmaasssBsaa HI BRANDS IT A LIE. HON.ABRAM HEWITT MAKES A Vlfr N l OROUS DENIAL Co th. Chun that Ha Apologised to the British MinisterIlls Friends Speak fos . - I mm Tartn- Discussion Benewed Sen. j star Yoorhees Apologises to the Senate ( .-, ..i. iu u uouie. Interesting Debate In the House. TVashisqtoji. Slay 9. The time in the, tt - . ..:.. .71 ,TTraVr I " .I? VS" ,", ... ,. jjijw, ui i.en iurx, mm read a telegram from Mayor Hewitt, denv ing that he had ever apologized to the Brit- lsu Minister lor having offered a resolution of inquiry as to the case of O'Donnell. un- der sentence of death in Great Britain. tv,. .i. i. . in? Svii,. (? 0lra e" xork. May ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 May 1888

i i i '! i" jii i iiiin in' i i i w,,r jy?ii i-1 r it. JflSPUBUO, -WEDNESDAY XVXBHSQ, MAT 9. 1888. ia j . ji. . ,J "-.. . asm TflTs . W - mM LssttsB ' ... T -J5 i "n yS "?Mr i 11 i s la m jjlp 9g ml 'li-m u l Ifi IT " 3 'S T. i 1 I m t A .13 it vf ! wf sssss. srawi ssssTaTB BsswBaw sTTB SawTaSsaw sfl ; if UUiJJC.Et.Ei! ! I 20c, 23o, 25o. - 3 I FRESH DAILY. 11 REFRIGERATORS E ON EJV.-TMENTS. ! G.W.PAYNTER&GO. . i 36 to 40 South Market Street, .J , near High. .11 SHIHTSTOORBER V Unsurpassed iui Ele-gance, Comfort and Durability. Fit guaranteed. Call and leave jour order. h: t h? e s, Shirt Maker. Hatter and Furnisher, No. S East Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED rANTED Partner In a mai-ulne shop. Ad- dress K. j. scnemmei, apatoneta. u. TASTED To or three roomers, with or without board, uaiiatss w.Kortn&c WANTED Situation as a clerk In a grocery or any other store, by a younc man of 17 years. Address Wm. A. kuch, Springfield, 0. TTXANTED Never purchase real estate or IT loan...

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. — 10 May 1888

-;r'irig-ftr;;jwyM- - iii WHELDON & MERRILL BELL WHELDON & MERRILL SELL JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50- '3 pvm$ IOHS CHEAP- SPEmGFEELD, O., THUBSDAT EVENING MAFlO. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIV NO. ii2. fitw $Umaw. mm g m zm $. Ji r. i.-l- -i ' WEATHER FACTS. P IS Wikikoto. Mav 10. Ohio: Slightly warmer, talr weather preceaea on ias.es or ram. Springfield, O., May 9, 1888. Harvey Brown caught fifty six suckers near the mouth of Brier Creek, last Wednesday, in a few hours. Otego Times. Talk about suckers, have you seen Mike Dugan's" catch? Four pounds and three ounces TO and contains 16,000 bones! Now subside, ye sucker boast ers. Dryden Herald. 'Jim" Peters caught a sucker in the pond yesterday that weighed fourpounds. We should think he would have needed "succor" to pull him out. Honesdale Independent THE BIGGEST ONE. The biggest sucker in the lot is he who thinks he is get ting a bargain in what he is hired to buy, or believes that a 20 garment is sold him for $10. Our great su...

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. — 10 May 1888

St : ; ,- . I. . M ,, . . MiniiiMi iwnwnrMiwn ----. i EL --W f K , .- I II - !! Willi II I- LI -II j KIRK'S 3 Vx v u FLOATING SOAP -is Forh-BTtEToUe"nT L-und-, Bnow WblM -nd Absolutely Pure. If or dealer doe. not keep ,W1 Cloud Soap. Una cents for sample cake to Uie makers, JHS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. prittgfttd gUpubJi THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 10. IB88. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. November , 1SSS.1 For Secretary of State. DANIEL J. RYAN, of Scioto. For Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, of Meigs. For Member Board of Public Works. WELLS S. JONES. ofPike. For Electors-at-Laree, ABSALOM H. MATTOX, of Hamilton. I. P. LAMPSOX. of Cuyahoga. For Congress Eighth Ohio District. ROBERT P. KENNEDY, of Logan. or Judge of Common Pleas Court (Second Judicial District.) HORACE L. SMITH, of Greene, REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer, GEORGE W. COLLECT. or Prosecuting Attorney. CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner. R. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Directo...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 May 1888

raMssaaasaafiEssSSWsl8S3sBE Tfal3g51BHHsssssssHi iP " r ' i -rum BKFPBIld. TBmSSDJLTt.,V7MrSQ MA? id 1888. Pa w B? 1 4 1 I i f ! Wg? A DAY'S WORK. 'nkW SENATE PASSESTHECOPYRIGHT AND i. X& LAND FORFEITURE BILLS. JelK Tariff Discussion lu the nans Senator Rlddlebergers Open Session Idea Sat Down Upon Passage of 'the Cincinnati Centennial Appropriation Bill Differ ences Settled Between the United State! and Tangier. WainuaTOH, May 10. The tariff bill discussion occupied much of Hie time in the House yesterday: Mr. Morrow, of Cali fornia, In opposing the bill said that the placing of tumber on the fre list mould ruin the lumber industry by bringing the l'aciffic Coast lumber men in competition with the Chinese labor of British Colum bia, lie stated that the proposal to place borax on the free list bad the effect of forc ing the great firm of William T. Coleman to suspend. Mr. Hooker, of Mississippi, followed in support of the bill. The Democratic party he said, had never favored pro...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 May 1888

'-' m ' J i '''.I1.11 ' in ii i . i i -'"ww-" i illsMilHiMsSMMWnr iMTTTrir in i!'i" ' - - - . .iitf yslgpwgHgl:MO?liy7"'acgg jgEPTJBLIO, THURSDAY XVJfliNQ, MAT 10 1888. M .$ m '-jii i ft If- COFFEE! 20o, 23o, 25o. FRESH DAILY. REFRIGERATORS ON PAYMENTS. G.W.PAYNTER&GO. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. UnsoxpasM. . iJIeRanee, Comfort and Durability. Fit guaranteed. Call and leave your order. Shirt Maker. Hatter and Furnisher, No. 5 East Main Street PEOPLE'SCOLUMN. W .4TED w 'ANTED Partner In a machine shop. Ad dress tU J. SCnemmei. n apaaoneia. v. WANTED Two or three roomers, with or !... n.ll.MU' VArth t II WllQOUl ouaru. vail a. ... iivtm ". VANTED-Sltuation as a clerk In airrocery or any other store. by a y onne man of 17 year. Address Wm. A. Knch. Sprlngfleld. 0. TTTANTED Never rurcnase real estate or II loan money on real estate security, with out an ahstrset of the title back to thegov ernment; prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor ot titles: offlee. room 9. Arcade. T...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 11 May 1888

JF WHELDON & MERRILL ff- iVlfiI X ... ? I JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50. g& Q '"'" wh IfeptMic WHELDON & MERRILL -BELL ICE OHE-AJlP. SPBmGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVEimsTG MAY 11, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. t I Z L t I 1 - . ' -., - -works, '-i-t-. ' Ktj.-tyand mmh , ay Air W. &?r szt -'i ' W VOL. XXXIV NO. 1 13. . I- "; SL ",1- K- - -1 I, , - ,, ,,,.,, 1 Rfe$ci oluUWU lu UN. " . rfesV- l2Jwatner. followed by rain on ll """" - w F ' W ' 4:15P. 3VE. &L1 oritur mi, J I ,: I May 9, 1888.J .; ir'ft Tiir pnnirn nf innu -A -IK 1 U L. Will I LU WLHkll PU V? iriLJUUEVLnOLfldUfil Harvey Brown caught fifty six suckers near the mouth of Brier Creek, last Wednesday, in a few hours. Oteeo Times. Talk about suckers, have you seen MikeDugan's catch? Four pounds and three ounces and contains 16,000 bones! Now subside, ye sucker boast ers. Dryden Herald. .. it "r Jim reters caught a sucker in the pond yesterday that weighed four pounds. We should think he would have needed "succor" to pull him out....

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 11 May 1888

- : . -m Ml M i5 1 I 1 r !-'-! KIRK'S vMtft$Cl9UD FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Bnow Whlta and Absolutely Pure. H ydnr daaler does not kacp WhlM Cloud Soap. Ieal0 nu i for aampla eaaa to U mafcws. JHS.S.KIRKSCQ., CHICAGO. pringfidtl gUpufclte FRIDAY EVENING. MAY II. 1883. STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. November , 1SS8. For Secretary ot'State, DANIEL J. RYAN, ol Sclotc. For Supreme Judge. JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, of Melea. For Member Board ol Publlo Works. WELLS S. JONES. Ot Pike. For Eleetorf-at-Larse. ABSALOM H. MATTOX. ol Hamilton. I.-P. LAMPSON. rt Cayahoca. For Contresa Eighth Ohio-District. ROBERT T. KENNEDY, ol Locan. j or Judge ol Common Pleai Court (Second Judicial District.) HORACE L.SMITH, ol Greene. HKPUBL1CAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer. QEOROE W. COLLKTT. or Prosecuting Attorney. CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner. R. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Director, JAMES BUFORD. For County Surveyor, WILLIAM SHARON. SPRlSatELD'SOV...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 11 May 1888

4 a MMimiO, ffJRtbA? ftTOffifQ MA? il 1888. "" BKP r IS $- m tf JS! SSL. MM - fsim -J 29 t . s j a a tl U J u !. st of of tb dr ft gl hr di St" bu 1C he tht nil livt , we risfi iea and, : --corn? llr POLITICAL SEASON. I ghionws. r - s . IS ' STATE AND CONGRESSIONAL CON m, VENTIONS. Maryland Democrat! Enthusiastically In done Cleveland Tennessee Democrats llebuke an Assault on the President Seney Itenomlnnted In the Fifth Ohio District Other Political New.. IHltimoxk, May 11. The Democratic State Convention was called to order at Ford's Opera House by Hon. Stevenson Archer, Chairman of the State Central Committee. Colonel II. K. Douglass was unanimously chosen temporary chairman. In accepting the honor he paid a tlowery tribute to President Cleveland. He said that four years ago Grower Cleveland was au exiieriment; to.day his nomination was a duty and made sure br the sincere af fection and appreciation of the American people. Great applause. Tne platform adopted strongly indorses th...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 11 May 1888

zsz&zsemssEm g? t?ZZ?i -T-S5 2av JOSPUBUO, FRIDAY rTEMiyQ, MAY 11. 1888. v. WE HAVE WON I WAY BIT 2&ElEi,TrF OlsTXiTT. BARGAINS FOR THE RICH! ?. '"? rf SPEOI A T n REDUCTIONS I3NT NEW SPRING DRY GOODS This week. We will offer great bargains in all-wool Biack Cashmeres and Henriettas, Black and Colored Silks from 49c up. Examine our stock of NEW DRESS COODS! Before you purchase elsewhere. Do not forget that we are now offering the hand somest and cheapest line of Turkey Red Damasks, Bleached and Unbleached Linen Damasks, Towels and Napkins in the city. Our stock of Spring and Summer Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets and Hamburg Embroideries cannot be beaten. Don't fail to see our stock of Lace Curtains, French and American Satteens, India Linens, Plain and Checked Nainsooks, Dotted Swisses, etc., as they are decidedly the cheapest goods in the city. Remember our goods are all new and first-class in every particular, and we guarantee PRICES THE TsO'WJBl&T. r3 !i i3 . .i 1 ,M -i -ss...

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. — 12 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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