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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 6 January 1887

twgr1-"-gy- -, rTy.;., ; ., " -tAUWAXgAJKrw-g, "i iiiTfflBBffir"'if f"tt- feprMi THE LARGEST CULM BEST ADVEETISI-aMJEI)IUM IK THE EIGHTH CQSGRESS!QNALBiSTH!GlT THE EYEING REPUBLIC, -ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY G, 1887. PRICE TWO CEN TS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 5. pputtftt ielt jWtt C7 "1 mi 3 4 -; WEATHER FACTS. . .,.. WiiBiiroTOX. Jan. 6. Ohio: L. Colder.falrweather.wlthcold W J ae. r Springfield, O., ) January 6, 1887. J BIG FINDS FOR SMALL FUNDS. The When at this time is busy, very busy, ransacking the establishment, 25 and 27 West Main street, in the in terest of the buyers who have waited for good things to wear. . Odds and ends are being brought out and set upon in a most conspicuous manner. For example of how it's done, see overcoats half way down, pla carded - $2 EACH Incomplete lines of sizes make surprising prices. Suits for men from lines for merly sold at $10, reduced to $5. Not every size, mostly large; you may be suited easier than fitted...

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. — 6 January 1887

s113 nmMrrMi .Tiwtl, HIKy JflE(r C5SMBSU .iV-.-JV-fe. '" .,,.- 'SVltoitftSP. ,ii "'.lip i ,w. , jaaacMgawuub&awMi REPUBLIC, THURSDAY EVBSiyG, JANIftmTG, 1887. JSsr,, ill I EVENING AND WEEKLY. Tkt EEPIBLIC prl.ti the w York ssd Ws tsrm ltocll4 Preu OlnpitckMiid thr Ktitir CH (Fsrtlfi) Tslt grist. PUBLISHED BY THE SPR1H6FIELD PUBLISHING CD. THE ETENINO REPUBLIC In published cnry Creoles except Sundr. and la dellr ered at the rate ot loe. per week. Single copies le. THE WEEKLY REPU1ILIC Is gabltSllFd ererr Thursday, and Is one ol the most com plete lamuy newspapers in me cousnrs eielit paces, markets complete. Replete with news and mlscellanr. II Per tear, lnrarlablT cash In adranc. All eoramanlcations and contributions should be addressed to Ciirn M ichoi-s, editor. and all business letters to Thomas tl Brown, manager. SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. Telephone No. 330. "iKUXSOAY EYEKIKG. JUHMItr 6. 1887. SrKINGFIKLO RKI'DULIC. This paper re-umes its old and time honored name today. It has been...

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. — 6 January 1887

c-m---.,. ,raaigaie sgSrWv ea& ujj ,-). mi. ... T5T REPUBTJO. THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY G, 1887. j4 'jji , : mh Ki r.t r to I 1 3BI AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, '87 The .Monarch Oddltte. the Greatest run Makers Kxtant. SALSBURY'S TROUBADOURS Nellie Mcllenry, NljBSilbury, In a magnificent production of their Brlrht. .Music.il Kxiravartuzi. entitled: THIS BROOK! Peplctlnc the pleasure of Jolly Itcnlc Laughter Literally lnoessant Grand Realistic Rain hSect Shower o( Real Water Prices 7c, (K and ic beats on sale at Harris's Clear More BLACK'S. OPERA HOUSE HVO MGIITS O.NLV, MONDAY AND 'JANUIRY 10 UNO II TUESDAY, Benefit oi Mitt hell l'ost 45, (J. A. R. MAJOR CHESTER'S WAR VIEWS rromthe bombardment of lort Eumpter tothe grand rev tew in Washington at the close of the war The only ones in exist ence serial otlrei Tuentr-flve thous and dolltrs was the sum paid the famous artist lirady. who accompanied the army from the fait of suraler until the close of t...

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. — 6 January 1887

SrSPmammmmMimmmmMmmr f ar if fri-mftTrTw, - , , tSStaST- , .t HiStf-J, -rf-BW-j4 TJ-X- REPUBLIC, THURSHDAT EVEJJJNG JAITUART 0, 1887. n 1 VERY 5 A HEAVY WIN VER u LI Gentlemen who usually patronize merchant tailors are asked to call and see our stock of medium to extra fine Overcoats. One great feature of our stock is our assortment of Chinchilla Overcoats. We have them in Blue or Brown, fast colors, at $6, $8 and $10, well made and trimmed, and they fit. Then we show a splendid line in blue, black, brown, gray, and wine colors, made by the best manufacturers in this country and Europe. The colors have been thoroughly tested by us. They are handsomely trimmed and made by the best tailors, and How Perfectly They Fit. The prices are $12, $15 and $18. We shall be happy to compare them with any Merchant Tailors' Overcoats of the same goods at $30 to $40. 3STO. 29 SOUTH ULhLElSTOlX El STREET. fin 1 m T Mat ' IK M m ii s 4' J IS? I CUT RITE IE Follow these prices np ; if are brlow am comp...

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 January 1887

I 5w . - T -t- fMpNaRiafMk b ftotiMfc THE LARGEST CIRCULATION DEST ADVERTISING MEDIOX 9 THE HEMIC REPUBLIC OSTIiY- TEN CENTS PER WEEK. tWMfi !NTHE EICHTH GOIieRESSIONAL DISTBICT. SPRINGFIELD, 0M FRIDAY EVENING JANUARY 7. 1S87. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 6. f ielU J ? If If WEATHER FACTS. ' I WASBinaroir. Jan. . OhlozT-T Continued cold, falrneather. - north eastern, folio ed by K -Unruly winner southern r A Blud.i. Springfield, O., ) January 7, 1887. J OWEN To the fact that clothing will wear down to the very last threads and become an eye sore to the wearer and every body else, we start the lines at almost any price and rise by dollars and halves to meet trie wants of every stage ol wealth. Wool, cotton and making will wear out ; that's a foregone conclusion ; and to bring to notice the matter ol proper shifts and changes, with an outlay accommodating all purses, (fat, lean or be tween), we name for suits that will bring you up in the eyes of the people, $3, $4, $5, $6.50, $S,...

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. — 7 January 1887

mm SSSKKi !5a?XS5JtoSS&aHfiaa.lB5,:? - .- , -..'- -. - ''-'-fi---; " --.. e r.,w.-.Msyw-ww -j.c .--.& -.TfcaK.3; vsr&5-x--z--l'i-'-"--r-- , f -. -" -,- - . . aiiitA-O i ' 'i'V i" ' rt'n'i iiTnifn yi.lHllil liiQisaP i . . .: . imr U J3.LLU, i? Ki DA. T J!. V JS1YLLW4 . UAiXUAJ.il' 7. 18S7. attJaBitdipahjCfiaiBBsgisJsjs i i in. niw w .a T vi vi tii 1 1 r n . .mrr'T-itwi Viivvr A SPECIAL CASH BOOT AND SHOE SALE ! FOR TECIIRT" IDjYS TO IREIDTTOE STOCK BEFORE inSTVOIOXETGh COMMENCING MONDAY, JANUARY 3, Prices on Every Article in Store Marked Down. Bargains now to Every One who Calls, and are, in part, as Follows: Qui home, hand-made Farmers' Kip Boots, reduced from Ladles' Goat, Flexible Sole, Button, reduced from $2 to $4.50, now $3.50 per pair. EACH 0F THE ABOVE HAS OVERLAY SEAMS AND SHORT VAMPS. $1.50. Gents' Waukenphast, Lace and Congress, reduced from I $3.75 to $2.75. Boys', Misses'. Children's and In fant's Shoes discounted in Proportionate Prices. Gents' Calf Boots, 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. — 7 January 1887

- -v - -sy ." "vrjXJr"- ? . t- t"- , IVEPTTBLTC. KKIDAV EVIJffiirG. ttAKTjAltt ?, 188?. - &- I & b 1$ AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE TWO MOIITS UM.V. KS'JHIfi! 10 UNO II Benefit ul MIL hell l'ost 45, U. A. R. MAJOR CHESTER'S WAR VIEWS 1: rom the bombardment of Fort Sumpter tolbeKrand review in Washington at the close or the war 1 he only ones in exist ence "pesiHlJiotlc! Twenty-flvethous-and dollars w as the sum paid tbe famous artltt Uracil, (who accompanied the army . from the faliol ?-utnter until the close of the war' for the negatives of this rare and wonderful collection, and they are now in pisseision of the I. S (iovernment at WAshinjrton These are the only ones luextsteuce They weVe made during the Rebellion and not copied from drawinci TheyareexaiBliedonlyforll A K-benents Shown upon canvas from J "J to Hi square feet eacn, uuaera powerful oxy nyarocen Ilcht. the finest in the country Admission. 2Sc Reserved seats, wllhoutex tra charge, at C II Pierce Co.'s. S. C....

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. — 7 January 1887

HH . --d-tf-r'rfaJSaSSScHJi lU'iJI imiMiagiilfcwiuimjMHi Whwmww -a jwijayaag REPUBLIC, FRIJ)AY Jfi VISAING JANUARY 7, 1837. t.w. MaMM- iiiiaiir T-yiiafciMi i. " -a.frKS-aj.. " Iffe "u- tS- '4 llii' "-assv 1 .. g . OUR CUT RATE S AL BOOMS- Leave yonr orders early- In the day at cither store. Prompt service and the greatest Cheap Sale of Groceries and Canned Goods ever opened In this city. Freth Blackberries, 90c per doi. Fresh Pie Peaches, $1 per doz. Fresh Table Peache, $1.50 per doz. Fresh Marrowfat Peas, $1 per doz. Fresh S trine Being, 90c per doz. Fresh Tomatoes, ?1 per doz. Fresh Corn, 90c per dozen. Fresh Uooseberries, $1 per doz. Fresh Gallon Tomatoes, $8.25 a doz. Come early, buy quick. Star Crackers, 6c per lb. Hundreds of others to follow. fclvcW(V BARGAIN STORES, 01 and 93 Ve.t Main St. and 40 Sooth. Mar ketSL, Springfield, D. WANTED. WANTED An actlTe acent tn each count; tn Ohio. Ooods easily sold. Small capital required. Will clre a cood man liber..! com mission. Send s...

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. — 8 January 1887

iswwTAL''TftijS"Siasrrii rf -fvzza .TT-W .-...-- -.on f ifnmJ y-tfhX.1 . ?-- :-,y-" -W1 - L MepwMte THE URSEST CIRGULATIGN BEST ADVERTISING XEDIUX fHvTHE EIGHTH GOeHESSIQHAL OISTH fTT. THE DOIIC REPUBLIC, TEN CENTS PER WEEK. mn& SPEmGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY . 1H87, PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 7. fitw mim .t r k WEATHER FACTS. 11 TCasewotoh. Jan. 8. Ohio: "older, notherty winds. Mt t UK to westerly ; lairiseather. Springfield, O., January 8, 1887 I DOWN AH expectation in clothing buying is for reduced prices. We take the hint and make prices to meet your expecta tions. We began with overcoats for youth and men at $2.00 each. They're not all gone, but going. You'll need to come at an early day. Almost hourly are small boys' (4 to 14) knee pant suits. If a choice from a $4, $3.75 and $3.50 suits for an even $3 is of interest to you at this time, see these suits as early as con venient. When trade is supposed to be slow, it's as good a time as any to buy WHEN CLOTHI...

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. — 8 January 1887

REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEKIffG. JANUARY 8. 1881 EVENING AND WEEKLY. Tfa EEPCBL1C prists the i fork tad Un lit! Asssclstrd Prtu DlipalcaMaad Ike RllUt Cskls (Fortlra) Teltrrssss. PUBLISHED BY THE SPRINGFIELD PUBL1SHIKB GO. THE ETEXINO 11ETU11LIC Is publlsbfd ererr evcnlns except Sunday, and U dellr eredat tne rate ol 10c pr week. Slnjc'.e copies 2e. THE WEEKLY UErCllLIO ll pabllshed ererr Thursday, and Is one o! the most com plete family newspapers In the country. eiKht paces, markets complete Replete wttn news and miscellany. SI per year, InTarlably cash In adranes. All communications und contributions should be addressed to Cliitoo M Xichois. editor, and all business letters to Thoxis II sours, manager. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Telephone Ko. S50. SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 8. 1B87. The Toledo C'linmercui! !! adopted tlie quarto form. Business iiro-iect are reported rinmI in BmiUtrtct'. Kurope h spratllng Ssoo,0o.000 a jear on armies and naxie. The Marysiille Times comes out in a new dress an...

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. — 8 January 1887

-y- v "e-."ts-rfi,iita --"-- S"5JfagfeggffifciniVT--l ifnn frin.iiriBit.-rnr'tii'i 5saiaLiMktfi SaAMafJx -;y jpuT" REPTTBLTO. SATDHDAT EVENING JJUARY 8. 1887. I fc i - i ?. B H- i AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE T U Ml.lITS ONLV, MONDAY AND J-JIIWI 10 AND II TUESDAY, Benefit ul Hid hell l'uvt 4o, (J. A. It. MAJOR CHESTER'S WAR VIEWS From the bombardment ol trt fcumpter ti thr Kraut, rrwev. In UaMitntou at the close i the Mar I he only tines in exist ence "1 iMtotlce TwentrtHettu-us-and dollars Has the sum paid the latin us aritt l!rad ... accompanied the army from the XjI of sumt"r until the close of the ftr Ur the negative of this rare and wonderful tolleUiun. an 1 ttiej are no In pve.s.oti the I s tio.rrnme-ut at Watl.ui,;. on Theeare the only ones In existence They were made durluc the Kebelliun amluot codel lromMr.t.lncs. Theyareexiibledonl fort. V K. beneflts. Shown uioncjnas from Juu to t-W square feet each, undera pnwtrlul oxy hydrocen ucht, inenne-! in the country AdmlMn. C5...

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. — 8 January 1887

MWMBHHBIMIIIiiW1 IHHH pBppppppfVjgMqpiqHInMmsnjwui iw,i. uv j i'"-! j ; NMMM9MMMMMMaiK34aMMMMMriMieti)4rtV i REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEyiKG JJfUARY 8, 1887. OUR GUT RATE IE BOOMS. Leave our orders early in the day at either store. Irompt service and the greatest Cheap Sale of Groceries and Canned Goods ever opened in this city. Freeh Blackberries, 00c pr doz. Fresh Fie Peaches, fcl per doz. Fresh Table Peaches, $1.60 per doz. Fresh Marrowfat Peas, $1 per doz. Fresh Striae Be&ns, 90c per doz. Fresh Tomatoes, SI per doz. Fresh Corp, 00c per dozen. Fresh (ioo'tborrles, $1 per doz. Fresh Gallon Tomatoes, $8.25 a doz. Come early, buy quick-. Star Cracker. 6c per lb. Hundreds ot others to follow. fcwJC BARSAIN STORES, 01 and 93 Wott Main SU and 40 South Mar ket SU, SprinaDcId, O. WANTED. TT ANTED An active agent In each county II In Unlo. Mooas easily sola, omul capital Featured. Will eive a crood man liberal com mission. Send stamp for descriptive circular acasvre reference. Aaaress. vin...

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 January 1887

1WgK; "'-' r-1-" 6tfLpW"W'r- ?" -1 " M" -MM.MI l I l,lMWMIjyaUIP "" -1- ifcptiMfr THE LARGEST CIUUTIE" HF.ST ADVEUTISIXG MEDIUM INTHE EIGHTH CQNSaESSIQNAL DJSTfliCr. THE EVENING REPUBLIC, OlflW TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPR1XGFIELD, O., MOKDAT EVENING JANUARY 10, 187. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 8. prittfielft pai Iti 1 WEATHER FACTS. W-iiCTO.Jan. 10. Ohio: -Colder. wetterlr vrluilt. Ulr K weter. ' A Springfield, O., ) January 9, 1887. J SOLUTION TO PENCIL PROBLEM PENCILS. PRICE. MONEY. 3 4c each 12 15 2 c 7 20 pencils. 20 cts. He paused and stood as solemn as an undertaker. He'd paid $5 too much for his suit, 'cause they'd trust him. How many more are in the same boat, but not aware of it? Times are changed, prices are changed and ways of deal ing are changed. It's time to throw off that binding coil of obligation, by passing receipts, bidding adieu to old fogy methods and swimming with the tide of economy into the harbor of success, through the modern channel, C. O. D. The When clo...

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 January 1887

.J.JILil.l lLtR MPm&A r-xuBt aears ysww. KEPTTBLIC, MOIOD"? EVEXINTG. JxYNUAEY 10. 1SS7. COAL CHAMPION GOAL AND IGE 0. Successors to C C. Tnjlor 'wn, . kkli.i. President SI. iit.nnKf, sec Treas. II. YOURS, Mananer 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SOI.K AOKNTS FOK SUNDAY CHEEK, JOHNSON 15ROS.' AMD CHAMPION JACKSON. NO BETTER JACKSON THAN OURS -fVis'Tint.vcrx'i!:. WOOD AND KINDLING. VTe Iff p a full line ul all brands ol Cement, PWer, lUlr.Flre Hrick and Claj, C'lilmne) aud Sewer IMpf . Springfield $qublu EVENING AND WEEKLY. Th RLrrilI.Il- prUte the fw tork d ffw tera Aaserlated Press Dispatches and the B'll" Calls (FarrUoi TrlrrraB. PUB.ISHED BV THE SPBIMEID PUBLISHING CD. TMK EVK.MNO KKl'UIIl-IC la published every evening except Sunday, and It delly eredat the rate of luc per .eek:. Single copies 2c. THK WKKKL.T ni'.l'ITIILIC ia published every Thursday, and Is one of the most com plete family newspapers lu the country eight pas-es. markets complete Repiete with nes and miscellany II per ...

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. — 10 January 1887

z-FsaKzanufmyimM!! -- .tv-V-- . 'jSW""" -"" " ,-, '-WW, - " REPTTBLTO. MONDAY EVElSTliNTG .LAOTAJtY 10, 1SR7. Ij&SI B. fir t AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE TWO SlfiUlU ONLY, rsr mom ii and 11 UencOt ul -MiUlicll Post 45, (J. A. Ii. MAJOR CHESTER'S , WAR VIEWS Frum 'tit bombardment of Fort Minister I totliesrand review lu iVashlnAlou at the I doae ot tne war. Ilie only ones lu exist- fan !sea-i.a Xmlre Itteuly-nrethotts- I and dollars Tvtlie sum paid the famous . rtit Brady, mho atccomiMiiled thearuiy I iroiu Ilielll ' Mjiitr until me close or the war, for the negatives of this rare and wonderful roile.-tinu. and they art? now in posaeuloa of the I . a. Government at W aaliiuxton. Theae are the- only ones In existence They were male during the Kebelllou and not copied from drawjncs. Therareex iishcdnnlrforil. A 11. benefits. Shown upon canvas froui jm to 4ki square feet each, under a powerful oiy hydroeen llEbt. tne finest In the country. AdmWniwff. Sc. Ueserred seats, without e...

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. — 10 January 1887

mmmmmmtmmmmmtMtmmmmmtammmm-mmmmKmi --. ..-..---.,-. - .- . . .. r - -, I mil "ilV.ii Pin n i REPUBLIC, MCXNTJAY EVENING JAINTJARY 10, 1887. iiir IS'-'. OTXR, CUT RATE SALE BOOMS- Leave your orders early In the day at either store. Prompt service and the greatest Cheap Sale of Groceries ami Canned Good ever opened In this city. Froh Blackberries, 90c p;r doz. Fresh Pie Peackrs, (1 per doz. Fresh Table I'eaeres, $1.50 perduz. Fresh Marrowfat Pea, $1 per dor. Fresh Striae Be-ns, 00c per doz. Fresh Tomatoes, $1 per doz. Fresh Corn, 00c per dozen. Fresh (loo'eb'rrle, $1 per doz. Fresh Gallon Tomatoes, $8.25 a dor Come early, buy quiet. Star Crackers. 5c per lb. Hundreds of others to follow. BARGAIN STORES, 01 and 93 VmI Stain SU ami 40 South Mar ket St .Springfield, O. WANTED. TTTASTED A jtood ztrl; also a cook. wi kkii upn m cull., uvvu Cill at No. 51 S. Market St. wanes paid. TITAN'TED-fllrt to cook and do general 1 1 housework Good wages and steady cm ft at .o. , norm Stf arket street...

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. — 11 January 1887

rf i mmtnmju. ii'wHi'M-wi. -- Hqmfrlfr THE LARGEST GIBCUUmDl HhST ADVERTISING MEDIUM II THE QCHTH C0HGBES5I0UL BI5TBIET. S1SY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVEN INC. .LXXUARYll, 1ks7. PRICE rWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 9- Hiffi fxmi lelft pailt i TIE EVENING REPUBLIC, 3 I gJSJ f ( mt i K fr lit.- III f WEATHER FACTS. WiiBtitotoii.Jan.il. Ohio Warmer southerly Kinds, fair weather. Springfield, O., ) January n, 1887. J S3 Figuring after the general run of prices, we are now giv ing five dollars lor three in IBOITS' To be sure, they are odd ; but, nevertheless, as good as those gone before at more money. From now 'till February 1, all the goodness you can pos sibly expect for a few dollars t j be found at THE WHEN Scotch caps are getting down and out at a quarter each, and some at forty. A dollar in men's strong, all-wool pants is doing fully double duty. The whole story on these pants is in the ugliness of look; quality and hard wear are there just the same. Later Another...

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. — 11 January 1887

WMU-'-H-'- l-tfje:. SP-Feii , st-tsS yy " REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVEyCsTG. JANUARY 11, 1887. -s . EVENING ANB WEEKLY. The EF.rCBMC prUts tk Sew Iork std ITss ten AuacUted Press DUpsteaMtii Us Rfittr CbU(rortlt)Tt!fitri. PUBLISHED Br THE SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO. THE KVO'IKO KKI'UIILIO 1, published everTeT-enitiff eieeut und&T. anA is deliv ered at the rate ol 10c. per week. El ogle copies Ic, TOE WEEKLY RKPCI1MC it DItblisaed every Thursday, and Is oneoMne cioit com plete umuy newspapers id me country -eight paces, market complete. Replete with news and miscellany, f 1 per year. Invariably cash In advance. All Pimmunlr&tlnn iid contributions should be addressed to Cumix M Siciwu. editor, and all business letters to Thou is it. Baowx. manascr. SPRIMQFJELD, OHIO. Telephone No. 350, TUESDAY EVENING. JANUART II. 1887. Matters lii Europe, have a decidedly war like look. The Cincinnati by IVmderly. Knights of Labor stand The Marquis of Qiieensherry ,1M leon knocked out b) his wife. Sc...

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. — 11 January 1887

-- .-: HAHMnPIM !v REPTTBLTP. TUESDAT EVEXEBTG JXUAJtY 11, 188T. m nwppw im i-Sl a ; vl W AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERAOUsi TM O SilMHTS OXLV, Tur JSPH. IB UNO II ll'DcUt o! Xltrheil l'ot 43, (1. A. It. MAJORCHESTER'S WAR VIEWS From the bombardment of Fott Pumpter to the graud review lu Washington at the dose of the war The only one In exist ence ..M-ial Notice t iwenty-flvethoas and dollars the aum paid the famous artist lirady, twlio accompanied the army trom the fall ol s-umter until the close of the wan. tor the negatives ol this rare and wonderful collection, and they are now In possession ol the I. S. iiovernnient at Washington. These are the only ones in existence They were made during the Hebellion and not copied from drawings. , Theyareexilbtiedonlyforll A K.benents. Shown upon canvas trom a to V) square feel each, under a powerful oxy-nydrogen llcht. tae finest In the oountry. Admission. c Krserved seats, wlthoutex- tra chance, at I 11 Fierce & to. s. S. C. CIIEsTKIl, Col....

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. — 11 January 1887

S -WtrtvTTsft- j -- "W jk -- -. R"EPTJBLTC, TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY U. J 637. CHEAP CANNED GOODS Cut Prices. "Watch for Bargains. Fresh Tomatoen, large cms, 10c a ran. fresh Sugar Corn, $1 dm., 10c a car. Fresh Green Peat, $1 doz , lOe a can. Fresh String Bean, 00c dot., 10c can. Fresh Lima Beans, $ ' int., 10c a ran Fresh Blackberries, 90 doz., 10s cav. Fresh Peaches pi , $1 doz., 10c a ran Fresh Peaches, table, S'.SO doz., 4 or per can. Fresh l'ampkln, $1 doz , 10c per cm. Fresh Cherries, $1.25 doz., 12 l-2e ran Fresh Gooseberries, $1 doz., 10c ran. Our goods are direct from the paclii rt, and our prices per-dozen are less tlian ou can possibly can theui. BARGAIN STORES, 81 and 93 Wt MnlnSL. and 10 Soalh Mar. krt St., Sprlngnrlil, U. WANTED. WASTED A Kood Klrl. also a eooV tiood wages paid. C.UI at Xo 51 b. Market M WASTED ellrl to ook aud Uo sacral Housework. Good wages and stents mi SIOTmeut. ApplT at once at o. o north arket street. &tf "ITTAXTED Holders t the lllakncv fouu...

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