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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 May 1888

h fe Ife. I. aK "; . ' J f" . 4 TOtfiUfmnr-r-'"'' KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP -IS THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Tollot ami Laundry. Snow Whlta and Absolutely Pure. It Tonr dealer doe not keep White Cloud Soap l&""i ffiPl cake to the maker JRS. S. KIRK & CO., chicaco. puufuto gjpuWit 1HUXSCU EVEKING. MAY 17. 18E8. BBFUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Election Taesday, November 0, ISSSJ -' For Secretary of State," ' , DANIEL J. RYAN.of Sdote, rjr For Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, of Melgl. For Member Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES, olPlke. ForEIectors-at-Large, ABSALOM n. MATTOX. of Hamilton. " I. P. LAMPSOX. of Cuyahoga. 1 For Congress-hUhm Ohio District. - ROBERT P. KENNEDY, ol Logan. ' Far Judge of Common Pleas Court (Seeord Judicial District. HORACE L.SillTH.'Of Greene, REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. wf v vCV. R i w?Y- ' For Sheriff. ,A. J- BAKER. For Treasurer, GEORGE TV. COLLECT. or Prosecuting Attorney, CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner. R. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Director, JAMES BU...

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. — 17 May 1888

3K '--! wist- i -M If 'If ii - 7J- i m t i V r-. El I- THE CATTLEINDUSTRY TO BE INVESTIGATED BYTHE SENATE COMMITTEE. , -tvalyJMsciissloa of. the MatterTarUI Debut lu tha Hoots Facta Concern. 1 th Wool Grown Poitofflos Ap. poletnients other TTaUlgton anf Congressional Xews. "VYASiroraTOs, Mar 17. Tariff discussion was the nature of tbe proceeding! Tester dar. ilr. Farquhar. of New York, commented on the composition of the Wavs and Means Committee, saying that of members, eleven were lawyers, one a cotton planter, and one a railroad manager. lie claimed that a committee to composed was not fit to "un dertake the work of Tariff revision. He characterised the Mills bill as a partisan question, framed on a partisan basisaud for partisan ends, and any bill formulated upon such a basis could ne ver be a success, and wonld never satisfy th American peo ple. Mr. Farquhar stated that he and his labor colleagues had received scores of pe titions from manufacturers and wage earn ers. Democrats ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 May 1888

i . II 11" -IT Vmn i ' rMi,Tfrtr-rrrtT -i-IT-rr-i- n.r.. -gai --.- - - -i, ,i . fr-7.,Ji,i ,,, , , - ir-S-iMltl JTT-tt wcs?s5-r wrs-sp?-- f -..-. -. v jfrpv.r SDBFDBUO, THURSDAY gVmTBfa. MAY 17. 19rJ8. ' .- . , LTvQvn S5t m IMI It. itf SURE WINNERS OUR, OETE-AJF REFRIGEBATQRS ! -AND GASOLINE STOVES, Which we sell lower than any other dealer, lor cash or payments. G. 36 to 40 South Xarkol Street, near High. HATS! CORRECT STYLES! RELtAQLS. iKKES! BOTTOM PRICES! .Fine SU rk t Str.iw.s imd Light Stiff and Soit Hats. Hatter and Shirt Mater, Kb. 5 East Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED TIT ANTED An experienced man to mannfac- II ture elder mills ana an eipenencen man to manufacture lawn mowers. A steady iob will be elTca to good men. Best ot reference required and siren. Address by mall to Fred Doeller. Hamilton. 0. Ilbt TtTANTED Never purcnase real estate or I r loan money on real estate security, with out an ahstrtctot the title back to tnegov- ernment; prepared by A. Bradford, abstr...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 May 1888

?7" " - J VOL. XXXIVNO. 119. SPKEKTGIIKLD, O., FRIDAY EVENTN"G MAY 18. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. - I -iy ; '& S 'WE ' - ! si. ,o- X-38 p- 1 H ll ! $ f weather facts. n r n n II D r n ITI Ml A C00D MEETINC- FLOODS AND FIGHTS. PARL0R C0NCERT- BROKE CAMP. 3 th HHarar" G OtiUnU U mnJ-srs.- - . ll W 4:15 DE. 3VE. Springfield, O., 1 , May 17, 1888. J I. F. In a lecture recently given in London on "Ideal Food," 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 oi 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 solt 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. c. ideal clothes you can get in this m...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 May 1888

SEPUBLibj JlttDAY srmrnQMA? ie, 1888. Hil' - - ..- SI m n - 3s' rn Ho n I i1-! ti N P I "Springfuia gUpfcli. FRIDS.T EVENING. MAY IB. 1888. REPUBLICAN t STATE TICKET. (Election Tuesday. November .1SS8.1 . For Secretary of Slate." DANIEL J. KYAN. of Scioto. For fcupreme Judge. JOSEPH P. BKADBURY, of Meigs. For Member Board ol Public Works, AVELLS S. JONES. Of Pike. For Electors-at-Large, ABSALOM II.MATTOX.oI llamiltoa. I. P. LAMl'SOX. ot Cuyahoga. For Congress-Eighth Oblo District. ROBERT P. KENNEDY, of Logan. For Judge of Common Pleas Court-Second Judicial Dlitrict.) HORACE L. SMITH, of Greene. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer, GEORGE W. COLLECT. or Prosecuting Attorney, CIIASK STEWART. For County Commissioner, R. N. ELBER. For Infirmary Director, JAMES BBFORD. For County Surveyor, WILLIAM SHARON. Comtve Conventions. Democratic national. St. Louis, June S. Republican national. Chicago. June 19. Prohibition state. Toledo. Slay 2v-,. - Prohibition nati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 May 1888

Fft w"-i sjs ftgft -'ii-' -2f HEPUBIJO. FRIDAY -ESTE-OrG KAY 18 1888. tt II. . ?. r l5- 8W ? r si - B Xi 1 COX TAKES HIS TURN IN SPEAKINO ON THE TARIRF BILL. HI Discussion ot the Wage Q31on. l'assage ot the Petition Appropriation ! 11111 by the henate . Rnhod'i Solcido a Surprise to tlis Mexican! Ohio Fen. f sloos luTestigatlon of the GoTerument t 1tnl , 1 ....,. VltlW W.tsrairaTois May IS The feature in the Senate yesterday was the passage of the pension appropriation bill. The conlercnce report on the Cincinnati Exposition bill was presented and agreed to. Mr. Stewart offered a resolution which went over, calling on the Attorney General for an answer without unnecessary delay to the Senate resolution of .March 20th last, for information as to prirato land claims in California. Mr. Wilson rae notice ir. that he would mote to take un the bill to utiiol titles to the Pes Moines river lands on the Stu instant. The iwision arwrorjri-tion bill was tnVen up, the question being on the ame...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 May 1888

jtEFffBLIO. FRIDAY gVHTPfQ, MAY 18r 1S88. ev GREATEST OF ALL SHOE SALES! THE NEW FAMOUS SHOE STORE, 33 WEST MAIN ST., WILL PLACE ON SALE TOMORROW THE LARGEST I 'j Ever offered in this city, at 50c on the dollar. Come at once, before sizes are broken, as we must positively make room, for Summer Goods NEW FAMOUS N-.. SHOE pviPiv bh STORE -t --"' ... " r '-IIS? i ' ? Yr If - -m: i ft- Mr "S V If B The Place to Buy Fresh Cra&ers at 5c per pound. Kreh llollett Oats. 5c per poutw. ' Flue Mixed Java and KIo Coffee. 2 t Choice It'o Ct.tfeo, 2 Je per poand We sell Flour at mill pi ices. Gasoline Stoves at S5. 70-nIeee Gold Baud Sets nt 0.50 Want you to bee oar new Gasoline Stove ' It's a dandy. Hard wo d and sort wood Kefriserators on payments. Decorated Toilet Service Sets, $3.50. GJ.PnR&GO. 36 to 40 South Market Street, near High. HATS! CORRECT STYLES! RELIABLE HAKES! BOTTOM PRICES! Fine Stock ot Straws and Light Stiff and Solt Hats. W. ' ,e- f- Hatter and Shlrl Haker,lfev5Eai ' . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 May 1888

' ' ' m I ' .. .1 - .-.- , ! , , ,,..,..,, -. -. . H 3 VOL. XXXIV NO. 120. SPEmGETELD, O., SATURDAY EVENISTGr MAri9, 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. I ' , I WEATHER FACTS. CI DOT UniTIOM A SPRINGFIELD AT COLUMBUS. JFrom Yesterday's Second Edition. MC7A rHHRQ ! S N. " ---ii3K? !.!- tes.,ra;-.1.,r,''ri ' " ,w ' -"v"- & """sszsssjr "'" BRIM camp. 1 Springfield, O., 1 May 19, 1888. J PROCLAIM ir TO TOUR That for all that is progres sive in Hats and Clothes, The When has no leader, but strikes for the top level of originality and enterprise, leaving others to follow. New ideas continually crowd out the old ; and customers are pleased and dealers wrathy. Can t be helped. We make the goods, and we sell them in our own way. This great clothing store, which delivers you goods from the factory at first cost, has now the largest stock of Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Hats, everseen under one rcof iii this city. Children's suits $1.50 and upwards ; men's suits, $3 75 and upwards. Hats of all kinds....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 May 1888

HEPHBLIO, SATURDAY EVEKTBTQ MAY 19 188. ft 1 - --' . '-il m i.m -:-?! Li i va r . i lv . ti&T-'svrzdrf artsjaaeaafa ': m' Vi : :f . .- tav PROTECTION'S CHAMPION SPEAKS AT LENGTH ON THE TARIFF QUESTION. Address of Samuel I. Itamlnll lie De clares Again for the Abolition of Inter nal Itevemio Tuxes His Criticism of the Mills Measure McKlnle), or Ohio, and llreckcuridce, of Kentucky, Make Able Speeches. SA1IDTI.J. n"-M. .......... ., --r. -.- - - - , yesterdny's debate in the House was the isiiixfiTov. Mav ill. ine irauirc oi speech of Mr. llandall. Ho secured the floor a short time iittir the House met and poke until one o'clotk. He quoted from the President's message, defining his position on the tariff and in ternal revcnncoucstionsan . s.-s.d that from the utterance ot the President, he uuder stood the executive to be advert to any re- duction of the intern..! taxes as that mode of taxation nllorded, nn the opinion ot ine President, "no ju-t complaint, and that , nothing isso w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 May 1888

J1 SSKPf ItEPUSUO, SATURDAY EYEKmG MAY 19 18R8. IV i :r r'.ci ,-m J 'r-iai i-H '--V .t .01 " Si -J9 ;i SYE OX ELKCTR1CITY. THE MOST TION MARVELOUS NVEN OF THE AGE. A Complicated Apparatus anil tba Varl ou Use to Which It Can II tin In Great Versatility Its Great Drawback. A New Slala of Thine. Utile did It Kanklln wot that some day the little start bo nuula wben be bailed bis pin book with a (.'ixl conductor 'and tapped the law uroned aud bellowing aimbtu with hit buoyant kite and the pirkle Jar of electricity thus ttrudely acquired would be h "Kg from which inventor and scientists would balrb out a system which could Dot only encircle the globe with messages swifter than the (light or Plushus, but that anon the light of day would be Altered through a cloud of cables loaded with destruction sufB aaiit for a whole tinny and tnV air be filled with death dealing dangling wires. ' 1 am not an old fogy, though 1 may hare that appearance, and 1 rejoice to see the world OHjve oil One by on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 May 1888

SffcTim f , Its ' i&f. MS-- 1ati GrjLs jollyV. A. ) J AOMK BLACKUTQ rt and 111 bar. It eU7 turn. Wolff'sAGMEBlacking IS A GREAT LABOR SAVER. A SHINE LASTS A WEEK. RAIN AND SNOW DON'T AFFECT IT NO BRUSHING REQUIRED. MAKES A SHOE WATERPROOF. USED BT MEN, WOMEN ASS CHILDREN. Ou to wished like 00 Cloth, and absoluttlj 8oftens and Preserves all kinds of Leather. Alk far H, and do not pn np till roa tt K. and yoa will to wU rewdad. Sold by Shoe Stone, Grama, Dnvgiata, 4a. For Home it 1 nnegoaled. WOLFF & RANDOLPH. PHIUDELPKIL pftigfulii gUpubli, SATURDW EVENING. MAT 19. 1888. RHSE'UUI.IC.AJV STATE TICKET. (Election Tuesday. November 6. 1SSS.1J For Secretary of State." DANIEL J. RYAN.ot Scioto. For Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURr.ot Meigs. Tor Member Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES, of Pike. For Electors-at-Large. ABSALOM H.MATTOX. of Hamilton. I. P. LAM PSON. of Cuyahoga. For Congress-Elithth Ohio District. ROBERT P. KENNEDY, of Logan. For Judge of Common Pleas Court (Seco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 May 1888

BETPBIIO. SATPfiPiff. gVEHTNG MAT i9 1888., JONES &, SON, THE LEADING CARPET STORE, :HAVB THE LARQBST, afcOST BELAJCJTIFTTL .AJSTD: it- To be seen in this city. The Ladies are invited to call and see the special display in these goods. ?M KVr If S RAMBLER'S NOTE-BOOK. Itemi of Special Interest to Bepsblic Headers. Hotel from a Trip Through the Room Section of Northern Ohio rindlajr and Toledo and Their Prospects A rlortda Hotel Cloo of the Theatrical Season -Showi that Won't Come Kngage. ment of SprlngBeld Actor Note and News It set ms to me that about the worst thing which can happen to a town Is to have a crazy real estate boom. Doctors will tell you that If a boy grows too fast, and la forced too much both as regards mind and bdy It ery often ruins him for life. It Is not otherwise with a town. A wild boom in which real estate Is passed from hand to hand at enormously fictitious prices, and In which the principal operators finally break up. often cripples a town for ten or fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 May 1888

V Bt f It- :cl EC s lr. ' 51 i - fa -31 iaf ' Urn,' 'llfi' -ysf m ,iajB TWO FAMOUS HOUSES. HOW THE HISTORIC MANSIONS OP WASHINGTON ARE PASSING AWAY. lUotanu Sold fur 8873 Joel Barlow Entertained In JeDon Hay The Seward Mandmi OOTerrd for Kale Soma ol It Tragedies' tickle and Key. Specul Correspondence.) WaSnntOTON, May 14. Tho Washington of tho past b last being obliterated. The houses In which John Quiney Adam and Henry Clay lived on F afreet have become business blocks. John C Calhoun's boarding house has been torn down to niako room for the new National library, and tho historic baants of tho statesmen of the past will have soon nassed into the forgotten. A few days n;o tho old mansion on Kalo rama Heights above Washington was sold at auction for $S75. Hundreds of graders are now at work ou this old estate, which was the noted homo of the diplomatio poet Bar low in Jefferson's day, and there Is a resolu tion before congress proposing to turn into a tunnel the stream which runs th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 May 1888

isiiggiiigs SSSSS& spf'l; 5BKK JBSSgJ. 'A-4-' ;r'rwS?T'aT MFTTBLIO, SATURDAY EVENING MAY 19 1HPB --;; $ ai? & J wa ai .-M 'v41 v -?1 .43 "a 31 - I A CLEHQYMAN HONORED. Bishop Whipple, of Minnesota, Called to Cambrl.lce, Euclantl. Special Correspondence. Milwackik, May 15. A short time ago H. B. Whipple, Episcopal bishop of Minne sota, received a cablegram inviting him to deliver the annual "university sermon" be fore Cambridge university, England, and he will sail from New York earlv in June, tn meet tne engagement. The compliment from mis lamous educa tional institution is the highest over paid an American divine, and it is one of the very highest ever paid any mem ber of the Anglican church in America. For a quarter of a century Bishop nipple. Has been a conspicuous west- ,;gS ern ecclesiastic- Kl -6?i advocacy of the rights ot the -j . :.' zr.tzrp&rwz' Indians has made bishop Whipple. him famous both in this country and abroad. Twenty-Qve years ago he was elected bish...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 May 1888

iHEFUBLTO, SATURDAY ETOaHlTO. MAY lg. 1888. m Titm,--. . m : ' -- J .-V2 .l3r-1 :1 .- silJ Xi '"-II -SI m i & "' '; 3 The Place to Buy Freeh Crackers at 5c per pound. Fresh Rolled Oats, 5c per pound. Fine Mixed Java and Jtlo Coffee, S5c lt. Choice Itio Coffee, 20c per pound. We sell Flour at will prices. Gasoline Stores at $5. 70-plece Gold Band Sets at S0.50. Want you to seo our new Gasoline Stove it's a dandy. Hard wood and soft wood Refrigerators on payments. Decorated Toilet Serrice Sets, S2.50. G.W.PAYNTER&GO. S6 to 40 South Market Street, near High. HATS! CORRECT STYLES! RELIABLE MAKES I BOTTOM PRICES! Fine Stock ot Straws and Light Stiff and Soft Hats. flatter and Shirt Maker, ?i'o. 5 East Main Street. ASS FOB THE No bones over hip to break. Quickly and perfectly adjust ed to the form. Doable Bone! Double Steel! Double Seam! WARRANTED. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Sample Duplex Corset by mail, post-paid, for ONE DOLLAR. Bortree Mfg. Co., Jackson, Mich. DR. H. R. DOSCH, ARCADE DEN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 May 1888

TMiSMsapaingjjja .P WHELDQN & MERRILL gH ilr Hr' sell SB MR JACKSONILUMP, - &.50. & if lc VOL. XXXIV NO. 121. II FATHER PACTS C C P II M II j HI .aaaro"o8C u til U II U ; jF ' 4:15 : --' SPEDSTGEEELD, O., MONDAY EVENING- 1NIN"G- MAr 21. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. i " : ... S .- pi-- ': -- V i- I4BF . IfiS t. r H- IS-. ,-: "'IK. May 19, 1888. J - I' pS- Ha Says II ivr. BLAINE, OF MAINE. RED-HOT FOR BLAINE. PROCLAIM IT TO TODE That for all that is progres sive in Hats and Clothes, The When has no leader, but strikes for the top level - of originality and enterprise, leaving others to follow. New ideas continually crowd out the old ; and customers are pleased and dealers wrathy. Can't' be helped. We make the goods, and we sell them in our own way. . This great clothing store, which delivers you goods from the factory at first cost, has now the largest stock of Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Hat8, everseen under one roof in this city. Children's suits $1.50 and upwards; men's su...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 May 1888

i4fgig3S 4 ( - '! -?S s M -sKvel VlaoWi - Jlffltl -a . 3i 5-5 i iH f" Mm $m m MM ; 3lSK J3f3g i gM : afBf - KIRK'S White.! dlPlJD FLOATING .SOAP -1S- THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White) and Absolutely Pure. If toot drain does nPWWte.Clpirt P. Mod 10 cents for sampls cast to ta makers, JRS. S. KIRK & CO., CHICAGO. pringfuld gcpubiU MOMMY EVENING. MAY 21. 1888 RJLSPTTBLICAIV STATE TICKET. "r ' Election Tuesday, XoTember 6, 18SS.J 1 For Secretary ot State, DANIEL J. RYAN, ot Scioto. For Supreme Judge, JOSEPII P. BRADBURY, ol Melts. For Member Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES, otPlke. For Electors-at-Large. ABSALOM H. MATTOX, of Hamilton. I. P. LAMPSON. of Cuyahoga. For Congress-Eighth OMo District, ROBERT P. KENNEDY, ol Logan. ' For Judge of Common Pleas Court Second Judicial District) HORACE L. SMITH, of Greene. HSPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer, GEORGE W. COLLETT. or Prosecuting Attorney. CHASE STEWART. For County Commissio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 May 1888

3:,Sg, '" t t-& & sr JaBsWIefflaBSs4sWSlaMilaTO "' " BJS-rasBBBaiilBP ' - ilr ' ,.M- mm II ! Mil I I Tlfl 1 111 fl - AW BLAB'S LATEST. I ohmw " "', " t I N0W THE BOSTON PRESS HAVE AN 1 f - INTERVIEW WITH HIM. "1 ' The Picture of Good Health All the .--'!" Candidates 111. Friends, He Ha no . fMl Preference His Florence Letter ! De- - 'PJI eUlve. Bostos. May 1. The Globe prints an Interview with Mr. Blaine by its special correspondent in Paris, which confirms the latest reports as to Mr. Blaine's excellent health. Dpon the subject of the Presiden tial nomination .ir. limine would not talk, either in respect to himself or any other gentleman named for the candidacy, his only remark being: "All the gentlemen named for the Republican nomination ant personally my friends." His Florence interview was so explicit that he has now rothing to add to it in any way. Those who are with Mr. Illainethave no doabt of his absolute good faith in withdrawing. The correspondent adds that Mr. Bla...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 May 1888

. i - - -- -. .-frn..i. jt.iiii n iia.1. nil 11,111 . ii'VtdVr-TiiViB-nsi-ayiyTrfSniffffi ' i ! i--f'TywfyVjTfa-'r,,TiiTV'ri j "-"' r v- j'iMM,JnT.fiiii' nrTiiffifTWflr t.. ssmmmtmmm mg&&M ygtrMao, Monday BTPforg ..1isr--siH5sBBBMs1lHBWlBseBSKrGlwPiSHB '3iy'y :p&ttr -J-B5"SBSr ' . MAY 9t. 1888. , 'wsm i'i 1 in a US t 14' IB flit. ifflt 13 M?" t Vf-$ The Place to Buy UntllbbHItLUa Fresh Crackers at 5c per pound. Fresh Kolled Oats, 5c per pound. Fine Mixed Java and Klo Coffee, 25c lb. Choice Klo Coffee, 20o per pound. We sell Flour at mill prices. , Gasoline Stoves at S5. " TO-pleee Gold Band Sets at 86.50. Want you to see our new Gasoline Stove it's a dandy. Hard wood and soft wood Refrigerators on payments. Decorated Toilet Serrico Sets, 3.50. CI PAYNTEH & CO. 86 to 40 Sooth Market Street, near High. HAJS! CORRECT STYLES! RELIABLE HAKES! BOTTOM PRICES! Fine Stock ot Straws and Light Stiff and Soit Hats. flatter and Shirt Hater, No. 5 East Slain Street. DR. H. R. DOSC...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 May 1888

ggsgsssiig pringflelft WHELDQN & MERRILL KICL.L JACKSON LUMP, - $2.50, WHELD0N& MERRILL BELL ICE CHEAP. VOL. XXXIV NO. 122. SPKLTTGITELD, O., TUESDAY EVEimTCr .MAY" 22 1888 PRICE TWO CENTS. fUtnurifc. mm it Ism 'SB . .-TCP -t m W$& WEATHER FACTS. s Washixoto. Mas 22 -Ohio. Warmer, fair weather. Springfield, O., May 19, 1888. PROCLAIM ir TO TOUE FK.IE2STDS That for all that is progres sive in Hats and Clothes, The When has no leader, but strikes for the top level of originality and enterprise, leaving others to follow. New ideas continually crowd out the old ; and customers are pleased and dealers wrathy. Can't be helped. We make the goods, and we sell them in our own way. This great clothing store, which delivers you goods from the factory at first cost, has now the largest stock of Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Hats, everseen under one roof in this city. Children's suits $1.50 and upwards ; men's suits, $3 75 and upwards. Hats of all kinds. All goods marked in plain fi...

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