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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 12 May 1888

jagiaeSaasasgBa5geo'g IIH '-1 J "VSWffJSJ'; '- REFT7BLTO, SATUTCDAY JiVJKNIBIG MAT 12 1888 i35958S&S3$!(!& srTTiv TJj&v-iirrvv" vt o r t-K-j- -jti ,, .. . . if ,---: - ------ - ; "- - - a. Sr V "-' " -gitZr- S'TfB&i 5BHtBssssssssB 1 . . ; ' 1H f . it'll tI II 1! r- I.- b 3 Ik fcr I flf 2P if- 14- a. m - ei ?? ' I MSaiaEp i v BILL SCOTT, THE MILLIONAIRE MANUFACTURER AND CONGRESSMAN, eaks In Favor of the Tariff Bill . Field Day for the Hciur-Hli Ref erence to the Wool Tariff Maura. Clear, ot Iowa, ant Ilougau, ol Wlacoa (In, Oppose the 15111. Wasbisotox, May 12. The feature in the Uouse yesterday was Kepresentativt fccott's speech on the tariff. Mr. Mills, of Texas, from the Committee we Eules reported a resolution which was adopted, providing that hereafter the House ball meet at 11 a. m., and after debate on the tariff shall bare closed, the House shall adjourn daily at 5 p. m. Senate bill was a passed providing for the erection of a public buildingatToangs brwn, Ohi...

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. — 12 May 1888

..rMW'Si sasgsM .""esff3g2 ffS? HEFUBUO, SATURDAY BVTODfrQ MAY 12 1888. 4 ,. -,t,rTMa,Befer ."jv- SflSMfflaaifltft - 5? ' CENTENNIAL MAY FESTIVAL. The Orand Choral TCurka to t Urard In manic Ball, Cincinnati, May MM. A concession to the centennial splilt Is manifest in the commission to Jno Knowles Paine, for a centennial ode, or more prop erly speaking, by mn, which be bas pro vided In his "Song of Promise," the words drawn from George Edward Woodberry'i ode, "My Country." This feeling of grat- ulation peculiar to a people alter a century of prosperous life. Is still further intensified by the choice of Weber's glorious hymn, "With mighty wisdom rules our God," a composition that is at once a grateful prayer and a mijrhty poalm of praise for Almighty protection ana oiessing. inese aside and without doubt, we approach the true festival spirit of the programme, and at the bead of the list welcome as a harbineer of musical grace, Mendelssohn's St, PauL The date of the first performanc...

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. — 12 May 1888

REPHBLTO, SATUEDAT EVENTJTQ MAT 12 1888. ni- ALL ON HORSEBACK Everybody Rides at the Na tion's Capital. IDE -It EST ATTEND THE RACES. Kate Mayard's Skill Alexander Grtter'l Cnrlou Drag Mrs. Davis, of Minn sola How the Li'ln Bet on the Speed j Horses Uanciofloa lloraeback. (Hpeclat CorrespoodHoce. WAniaTO!. May?. It never rains but it pour, and Washington is now baring Its spring ram and Itanium's circus during the sasne week, l'bere Is no place in the United blalos bore a orrai is better attended than Waxbingtna Kvery one goes, from the pres idetit to ttie pages of the bouse and senate, and the gravest of statesmen are the keenest to see the evolutions of the acrobats. OREOKR'B DROSKT. It is the same with the races, only mora so, and the horseback riding and fancy drir lng which tX'uhington has been, affecting during I-- I" t two years is showing itself ttJH onl hundreds of teams with coach ,xoeu in liven nirleu drags, and scores of iladvaiwl vulencn ridtsare now seen every 'day at ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 12 May 1888

I, HI 1pf--y"- -? ' ' ,' , 'ni'.ViiJ'l'" '" '-' iaSSBSgaujggaa8g jj!!3Ea555n SHT' BEFDBUO, SATURDAY EVEM3TG MAY 12 1888. . - afcfSr B1MP?Ja1,1rwMI','wngananwaswBaawaBtfswawAasaa " i'J . ttt r i'ttii mT ,. . .. ..,,,- - rn - ssei, npproacnuig tno vencr- I I I ! , tsfsTsfe Kill I It I IV II A V MflVTXl'l l,lrlinih.lii-.r .ml l.-L-in- .,..t. I,i. n-nllof A Pnlnteil Attention. I "f7hat's tbo matter. Silasf ho was nskfil I rnir ci-r uikiim PATilnc II 1 f X Pt H P"" B"a sa 4 A axaa .tea Mt. a i 1? f & m jfit" "Well, I dou't rightly Lnow," rejoined the L JK old tnau; "thu ground is klnderaolid end the I n ratitP" HE RELATES HIS THRILLING EXPERI- worms is fur down, and it's licoa hard on my V C fm&-- ENCE IN THE METROPOLIS. hacfc to dig 'enu But ITe half a notion to V fwHsv- B? fisnin uylf to-morrow, and if you'll A ffSS8 """ mm ma half thu hsit vn't! ml! ft. Enn.ra n "n- Si )! Why lie Wl.htd to Ensconce Himself In Eoi-ton Herald. - "litIf Why lie WUhed to Knsoonee llltuivlf In a Il...

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. — 12 May 1888

.? MgPTOLia SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 12. 1888. iBBoneBSffigasas&iu - Hjkfe -' 3 i ttbBcS . TORPID LIVER Is known by these marked peculiarities: 1. A feeling of weariness and palm lathe iimos. 2. llad breath, bad taste In the mouth an furred tonnte. 3. Constipation, with occasional attacks of marrows. t. lieadache. In the front part ot the head; nausea.dluiness, and yellowness of the skin. 5. Heartburn, loss ot appetite. 6. Distention ot the stomach and bowels wind. 7. Depression of spirits and great melan choir, with lassitude and a disposition to luaTe everything tor tomorrow. A natural flow ot bile from the liver Is es sentlal to good health. When this Is obstruct ed it results In BILOUSNESS, Whlch.lt neglected, soon leadsto serious dis eases bimmons Liver Regulator exerts a most felicitous Influence oxer every klndot biliousness. It restores the Urer to proper working order, regulates the secretion ot bile and Duts thediffeitlra onrana in suoh condl. tlon that the; can do their ...

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. — 12 May 1888

?sfffsiraV5WaIKSTalsssstr ; . ,r :c u . r DBMMMeM! . : . : -WM8S5SgS&iSSSKK5,Si J WlllSm (??" V! JMWJIiWMIE . . p--,- - . . . f" i """1'rMi ' " "r wTrnm i iiiiiii m inn a ww 'I i l li i Hi' 1 1 I I TTTTBrtMilftTrtlfflttTflilfflii 1 BF " REPUBII0,SATTniDA.Y4EYEgfiyG MAY 12 1888. 7 l"! & S 3ffll r-- ? 5&S !E 1 1? . t Jj M -I it! w -:JV !rf21 fci rvafSI -Jf2,l ID ww Unub rTuniltO, 111 ll VII'- 1 'V 1 VI' riiiiMi ami rtinMilniP fwmmj-, tTtfrtin rtTI TfT i s UADC rtO I CCO CIUA ft I UVCTCOV I r mrt1,U,.UWuu,U. ChurnUass ha I.. BOI. TWU I'lUlMS UU Y AUMMi " - - "J- w 5T ounietj oy iDtir nana writ -' " What X SQCCMted by Their Handwrit lac Bow Thsy Sling Ink. Special Correspondence.) New Tort, May 7. The autograph! of our stage favorites, ULe those of men in po litical or commercial life, are often interest ing, because they are more or less indicative of tralti that have become familiar. Take, for Instance, that of Adelina Patti. It is as petite as her own self, yet a tnflo cr...

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. — 12 May 1888

:.- 12&&ss&&. -' . i-rm ' '- VJ tiamrsuOi satubday :mararQ. may ia. lsag. --: - . " T1 - fzms SPBOIALi DEDUCTIONS I2ST NEW SPRING DRY GOODS This week. We will offer great bargains in all-wool Black Cashmeres and Henriettas, Black and Colored Silks from 49c up. Examine our stock of AGAIN TO THE FRONT . "v V-i . -fesi ?'-"' v7. '.-'ms ; ." OTJ3El SIHiroG-: .. . GHEAPSALEGQMMENGE8M II JAY 4 - ::4l aiL I 'im nsOfJr- ?rt M tVM my- NEW ORESS 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 Hambura 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-c...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 14 May 1888

f -rzr mstmMitlb mum utmsmitt. WHELDON& MERRILL HELL ICE CHEAP. PRICE TWO CENTS. -HW JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50. C7 rtf 3 -w - - r v JE VOL. XXXIVNO. 115. SPEmGFIELJD, O., MOIDAY EVEKGtfG MAFU. 1888. -! " K ". txl'ZW i : . A. rS ', sa?& ''mI "ii'vS-lff . 'i :5-& "vCsCJ 4 K v-,i to.; . SJf, BSi L" '. fsSi " f,-r3fir Kjf1 WEATHER FACTS. fl T ("I " I ft miTinil BLAINE AND ALCEB. A STRANCE COURSE. 3 - ---.--- -. II l I III I IIIHI . . 4L Rwssasdtl DtUUnU LU UN. 1-"": HIM" . -.-..,.,.. , 4:15 P.M. V?.' ne.salda Prominent citizen this morning v" '"" T."r suits. On last Friday even.; th Fresh- L U R UV T.MT o ' - . puonsnea oy me naaenis 01 .u.cn.gan urn- to , Repui1lic representative, "what "" u J """ -' Uan entertainment t,v i. ., h--... T A I 1 1 H I ! n 1 1 IU 11 R I f aiK- orjunontLU, VA, I verslty, is given an account or a mock - iPr May 12, 1888. J A Ml b OALAMlllbb. Jilt? Overloaded Himself. Customer (to art dealer) If that is a genuine Corot, Isaacstein, I don't understand ...

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. — 14 May 1888

' "s fry .". V - 3S f S - - : , - Vffl HHHa(aaHlia 2&SI f - -- - r.,aa.T ii . tj!!U' .'jgg"?HTr''P'rr' ji -- -. m n . - i i. i i ir'ri nr n-ii i . lT-TT i . r i in i inn mi n n t ir miu ij.li.m .. n l hhi m Tnrr--r - -- - .... ,.- --- --f,. .j...-..-. KIRK'S WriiTE-ltoD 4 FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Bnow White and Absolutely Puro. If jot dealer does not keep WWU Clood JJoip. lend B cents for sample cake to the makers. JRS.S.KIRK&CO., CHICAGO, pringfidd gtupwblic MONDAY EVENING. MAT 14. 1888. KEPtJBLICAN STATE TICKET. (Election Tuesday. November S. 1833. For Secretary ol State, DANIEL J. RYAN, of Scioto. For Supreme Judge, ' JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, ol Meigs. For Member Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES, of Pike. For Electors-at-Large. ABSALOM H. MATTOX. ol Hamilton. -I. P. LAMPSON. ol Cuyahoga. , For Congress-Eishth Ohio District. ROBERT P. KENNEDY, ol Logan. er'Jndee of Common Pleas Court (Second Judicial DlstricU HORACE L.SMITH, of Greene, REPU...

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. — 14 May 1888

,. . fiagagggj i . - -A, ' .. j: .f -i ' "i if V?T! REFUBUO, MONDAY gV&regTQ UA i4 1888. Hi w- ? P fl J 1UNDALI7S SPEECH ON THE TARIFF BILL TO BE DELIV ERED THURSDAY. Conflict ot the mill to TteUre General Il'leasanton Diulneu ot the Senate this lYeek Xew York Congressmen take a Hand in the Coming Convention So cial Gossip. WaJuuhgtoit, May 14. As arranged by Proposition for tho Government to In. the Ways and. Mears Committee, the tarilf rest 8130,000 in the Business, debate on the bill as a whole will continue WASiUNOTOf, May 14. Several months thronghout the coming week in the House. ,, Mr Dunham, of Illinois, introduced a and close on Saturday with the speeches of jJu proviuinR for the construction of an the Hepubhcan leader Mr. Reed, and ainhfp after the design of a French invent Speaker Carlisle. Mr. Kandalls speech U r. A. de Bausset, to cost not more than yr Thursday. . .. ,. a $150,000. Mr. Mills says it is not certain when de-, 8pcaker Carlisle usually makes up bate can...

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. — 14 May 1888

igjppipiiWi-"0"" i I, If B&. ' " '. 11.11 I Ml I I l)l I B 111 f CIIDC UflMMITDO CASPER'S I LAC0NDA LAC0NICS F ook . BEEF, IRON WINE :3 I REFRI9ERAT0RS! -AND- GASOLINE STOVES, Which we sell lower than any other dealer, lor cash or payments. C.W. PAYNTER 6L GO. 36 to 40 'JSouth Market Street, near High. 5HIITST0 ORDER Unsnrpasrwu . jilecance. Comfort ana Durability. Fit guaranteed. Call and leave your order. HP Shirt Maker, Hatter and Furnisher, No. 5 East Main Street THEY RAISED HIS SALARY. The Commissioners Give Judge White Christinas Gift. The county commissioners today, by the following .resolution, raised Judge white's salary from 82,500 per year to S1.000: Kesolred, That in accordance with an act of the general assembly of the state of Ohio, passed and took effect April 14, A. D . 18SS. there be paid to the Judges of the court of common pleas, resident of this county, the sum of Sl.sOO per an num, said additional compensation to com mence on the 14th day of May, A. D., 18S8...

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. — 15 May 1888

1- -Jp?vJ' r3?" -n-- T-, - c- rrir -' " " " J "-" '"x":"" - "Jg-av-sEgasgriseaBigesea --&rlgg .. MSB JiJi'igg31?!. fctmMfr. WHELDON& MERRILL jwmg -8ELI IOE3 OHELAJE. VOL. XXXIV NO. n6 SPKINGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVEOTNG MA.Y 15. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. spgys 'ipspsg tKggMWKJP'r "v PfU4P "--r - i"3. ;a - - . ! ffelft paito a:-WT-43 rf-V ' . H BM 4K H m m& . a . -v a S3? - K- IIIILLUUI1 UL m L.I1II1IL. Am-J S8f BELL 58 iPSI v JACKSUN LUMP, - $2.5U. S SSI " IB rt i? WEATHER FACTS. P WiKRimmY. VhtIS Ohio Fair weather, preceded by rain on lakes. Springfield, O., .. 1 888. j May 15, 1 A lady and gentleman are seen standing before a picture at which he gazes, while she talks to him m very earnestly. Two artists at a distance, one who has painted the picture. Painter to friend : "Looks like a catch, Jack ; may be they'll buy it ; stroll near and hear their conversation. Jack strolls; returns. "Nothin in it, ole fel ; she's blowin' him up 'cause he took off his win ter flannels." MOR...

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. — 15 May 1888

IK MM K f Ir'S r ii i f M lr ' BSLlO, ff tflfiSPAY EVmWG. MA? lfi, .1888. ' B jgBBgagar-'iriTir" a1jgiussiammtsasmaaasa-ammmma - KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For the. Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Bnow Whlta and Absolutely Pure. It foot Healer doe not keep White Clond Sow lend JO eecu for sample cake to the makers, JKS. S. KIRK 5 CO., CHICAGO, jiving field gkpubli t 1UESIUY EVENING. MAY IB. 1888. STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday, November 6, 1SSS. For Secretary ol State." DANIEL J. UYAN.of Scioto. For Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, of Meigs. For Member Board ol Public Works. WELLS S. JONES, of Pike. For Electors-at-Large, ABSALOM H. MATTOX. of UamUton. I. P. LAJIPSON. of Cuyabosa. For Concrcss-EiKhth Ohio District. ROBERT P. KENNEDY, of Locan. For Jadta of Common Pleas Court Second Judicial District.) . . HORACE L. SMITH, of Greene. ' ." p-4- REPUBLICANf -r " COUNTY TICKET. 4For Sheriff, A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer. GEORGE W. COLLETT. ' or Proseeutinc Attorney. CHASE STEWART. For Cou...

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. — 15 May 1888

' - - . . - " " r .. -. . ... u - i-, - - '-' e. - .- .".". -- -7 uC . i TV -wee.- "I -.'-. ' s " -" n(t r -"t- "-.. . j iJfc--lti - ' " , v - -.J - .V .J lr - ..TLri 1 r-,'-., o i f-'-r- r , utHftimi I. & - HIGFDBUO, TtTKSflAY ETOOffG MAT 15 1888. g m ' -!" i --x - -i i -, v ' " ." -, &" ii:VW -ft .!& " A- IS, J- Vy3 j- si f ,-3- . -s r. sv n 5r- is ft i M . H ri ',- i t r 8 I .CS& '"V ' -T 3wVL-l:4 .V5V Kf TVl r.tiT htirkirtin rnt nru uai nTurf icfu tlVTITTrtTT 1 Tllf 1 If TIITm W- lJ jrVii UEtDATft rmZ9 "" IrftfUliLOIl AIUILflJlLRili. V - . ... . . inwL i in unMT n nmiinn imnarrnni i. WILL BE HAD ON THE FIShtRY TREATY. Ylie Hoar and IUddleborgvr Resolution! Itejected ,SpechF In ths Ilouae on the Tariff IMHTha Keiolutlsn to Pr pare Exhibit for the Cincinnati Centen. nlal lae the SenataOthar WHb. lOffton Ketri. "VVAsnniOTOf, Mnpr 15. Among the me morials and ixtilions prooonteJ and re ferred in tbe senate were the following: Fur the reduction of letter ixutage to un...

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. — 15 May 1888

. . , " "4 u - 1. ,..ir-n ' 'V HlPifii ' ggaggsgffisssa ggpusLrq, Tuesday grTamrq. may is. ib68 gssgsa5 15 r It! ws H SURE WINNERS OUR CHEAP REFRIGERATORS! -AND GASOLINE STOVES, "Which we sell lower than any other dealer, ior cash or payments. G.W.PAYNTER&GO, 3G to 10 .South Market Street, near High. Unsurpas .... iterance. Comfort and .Durability. Fit guaranteed, call and leave your order. use y if iej s, Shirt Maker.- Hatter and Furnisher, No. 5 East Main Street. up i m PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TTTANTED-A girl, at 170 West High street. W 116b WANTED Boarders, at 81 East High street. IT - one but nrst-class need apply. USa WANTED To purchase a house and lot by a small family In a good neighborhood and central location.. Must be a bargain. Ad dress K. F . Box 151. P.O. City, stating orlee and location, 116a TrTAXTED-.MuMe pupils wanted. Call on or ii address .miss i.ottie Zutaven. Boom i. Arcade. 1150S WAN TED All persons having laee cortalna and Sue lace' to bring them to No. 10...

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. — 16 May 1888

ggiagr?sg;vejiJ'??g' I33S!CSSH?8S'S; -O&l ".-.- A is? " A Ss WHELD0N& MERRILL WHELDDN & MERRILL BELL JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50. -skl: ICE CHEAP. VOL. XXXIV NO. 117. SPBrnGFTEUD, O., WELLNESS AY EVENING MAriG, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. saagMSSrsaajaayj -swaff'Jp mm?1y'7, t-t v ?hhm.ww 'm1111 lj. j-ULiu js t--awftrjwMP' "iFf "iwwwir -wgroryaFrergygt--- "v-T!' -'t - , dc- --7 - - ' - -.- J,-, -"--'wMHwwwwMa v -rtr-.JnJwg -.- . - 7," , - ., , . w. iiTi ti i ' ; ii n wm !! ii i in I'TnnmrTJi rrrirnrr n r n wrm -- -- t e jtc- tm 1 f V -' : I lllll I I r I I I III XTT r 7Zi -------- - i., j, i i ! ass III II II pi J. -I in - j.r- - " P" ."" "-"- - 3M Tj0ElKP-trnrsrBr f-- -ywtVEf,ar ? ;y-;y-"- - - - - - JiimttlSftew itorofc. -' ) 4 . - 1 w'. ii ., weather facts. nrnnim rniTimi ffiggssraFg fltbUlHJ tui 1 mi Wairivoov. Mat 16. Ohio: ICooler. lotal rains, followed! ley lair weather. Springfield, O., ) May 15, 1888. J ii lady and gentleman are seen standing before a picture at which he gaz...

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. — 16 May 1888

f- ft n m M TJl KM E f l i i , . SyBfP-S. Haps"""' - - " " r ''Iftir CHSF nraarnrfir' - mitrtmimiiimttmmi KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White and Absolutely Pure. H Tnr denier does rot keep White Cloud !op lend W oenu for sample cake to tbe makers. JRS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO, $priugficll gkpublit. WEONESOW EVENING. MAT 16. ISS8. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. November 6. 1SS8.J For Secretary of State. DANIEL J. RYAN, ol Scioto. For Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P, BRADBURY, of MetgS. For Member Board of Public Works. WELLS S. JONES, of Pike. For Electors-at-Large, ABSALOM H. MATTOX. of Hamilton. L P. LAMPSON. of Cuyahoga. " For Congress-Eighth Ohio District. ROBERT P. KENNEDY, of Logan. For Judge of Common Pleas Comt (Second Judicial District.) HORACE L. SMITH, of Greene. KE3?UBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff, A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer, BEOROE W. COLLETT. or Prosecuting Attorney. CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner, R. N. EL...

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. — 16 May 1888

;'V yf- BBFUBUO, WEDNESDAY EYEHIgrG MAY 16 1888. iv"--.-"! . SsT&yl - " K s i - & & R if BUTTERWORTH TALKS. THE OHIOCONGRESSMAN SPEAKS ON THE MILLS TARIFF BILL Tlis geeat Will Not Disturb Turpi Im. pnrtant Amendment te the Pension, Appropriation Bill -Discussion of the BUI to Create a Department of Ijhbor The Letter-carriers' Work Reduced. "WASimtoTOif, May IS. The feature of the Senate proceedings yesterday was the final disposition of the case of Senator Turpie, of Indiana. On motion of Mr. Morrill, the resolution from the Committee on Finance, authoriz ing that committee to make preliminary investigation into the tariff re vision, was adopted. House bill authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Tennessee river at Knoxville was passed. Mr. Ulair introduced a joint resolution, which was read twice and referred, amend ing the constitution to allow the District of Columbia representation in both Houses of Congress. Tha report of the Committee on rrivil eges and...

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. — 16 May 1888

SRSE?-. - " - ' t'-T' .. 4WM3&3S3SS35K assrt-isM&fE3c?:g?HF?s rr-rrrw,gS,i:j7w:: &- - " ' '35???,Kf-''1:?a '-jVJ-x- .r""sr2 SSKf.-f- BEFUBLIO, WEDNESDAY attTBfltfQ, MAY 16.-J638. -, . - " ,".'' - J- ' v t THIS BLOCK, IN THE NEW COLOR, HAVANA BROWN, ONLY AT BANCROFT'S, 4 EAST MAIN STREET. f f-,-,- ; K "i Jr- t. aaaaaaaaaaaaaVMBaaaaaaB 1 SSg339H PI 1 St i .! i SURE WINNERS OUR, CHEAP REFRIGERATORS ! A2r GASOLINE STOVES, TVhicli yco srJl lower than any. other denier, lor rash or piJII!fiIUS. CJ.P&MMC0. 3G to 40 South Market Street, PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED The public to know that the sale of the Forest home hat been declared on, and the business will be continued under the tune management, and (uther solicit the patronage 01 ne puduc. v. n issiuacr. w v prtetor. ' WANTtD-1.090 live pigeons. Will pay fif teen cents per patr. Inquire of M. L. Kua ell- N'n. S06 W. High street, city. ll.a WANTED A Blrl. at 1T0 West High 'e6,0" TTrANTED Music pupils wanted. Call on or...

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. — 17 May 1888

-f t fUamMfr. WHELDON MERRILL WHELD0N& MERRILL SELL pvm$ SKtXir ICE CHEAP- JACKSON LUMP, - - $2.50. VOL. XXXIVNO. n8. SPRESTGFEELD, O., THURSDAY" VEKLN"G MAY 17, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. mm y 1 ik & :ns Wr' mm Sfic&S E -. Jtf 25 WEATHER FACTS. P Wasbisotos. M&T 17. Ohio Warmer, fair weatfcer. Springfield, O., 1 May 17, 1888. J I. F. In a lecture recently given in London on "Ideal rood, it was stated that there are four prime essentials in food. First, water and plenty of it, in order to render other foods soluble and nutritious; second, a specific kind ol food to burn something that would un dergo combustion in the body and keep up the animal heat ; third, food that builds builds up the tissues and soit struc tures of the body; fourth, food that would build up the harder structures of the body, the, bones, etc. IF. That is well enough if. To .have the right kind of food is well enough if you have the right kind of clothes. I. o. Ideal clothes you can get in this market...

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