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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 13 September 1887

s33?5S -arj s - T V . , - . t ' - S5Sk x-P-l &?' V.XJLSsI" " - 1 . -. -.. Tfipr.. SS3KasS2SSSiaaRM T' ;:-; C, TS. -c " e- .. .T . Jr,kXJ--l . m iM.niWFi Wi rtnin i PWB Wlpr-A'T jyiyj. t-aXIWKHWMIIIWIWaiilfBWie- THE GREAT LOCAL IV l-TW 8IA 1KK. IcICX JttY I : 15,000 PATRONS DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 217. SPRESTGFIEUD, O., TUESDAY EVENING, SKITEMliER 13. 1887. s..y. vt -' ' -- jgngor gssiMiHgagsHiij -v :- , - E3BaBiS?sKVff.v.. . - , mamtmEamm BWTiiwnir watiSg'jBrA,atfygMaii!bC'aggiEa8Bagagiirff rniUia-i iir, fr i i" " - -' IMJ "TnarwiHTrwiiiiiib "vnfrr,riT-:g"-ii ' r au1"1"1' -"" i a Jt-'ITIMIi " l 1 l f ''TW5 tJlf1?,a-7-I -- - -"" ' - - "V... aftfiagtffc'rviwy i 8a jtiMfo. Itonuftew W I - I' ft i WEATHER FACTS. is VASUlXGTUT.pt It OhlO Lfchi local sti wrni tallowed by clear. t older weather. Springfield, O., ) Sept. 13, 1SS7. J You want to "keep up with the procession ?" Both these pharses are slang, but never mind that ; you do want to keep up with the procession, ...

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. — 13 September 1887

3i"-- r -sfe. --g- siyfsfftfm??vt-liiTThrri iffTvr 3? .--w.t- i in ss5iss;Hii;rj.s-?j Pwwaw fcv- - --. - 1r 388?. ., ., Ff fijiatia, fltB&DAY wmtxa. tmwmum KtWBI ! i "r!Me l'n-Nidents: James O. HUliie." I Yh .Kirefcj u Erifesaji i 1m ;-.i-v rftSIl ,J -- sen S1 tsSjlsTi V. KIRKS WHITE RussiaN Tlic only braiul of 1,-uinilry Soap mvardoil a liit cl.iss innlal at tho New Orleans Kifition. Guaran teed absolutely pine, ami for general household purim--, is llie very lies SOAR Springfield Republic EVEMXH AM) WEEKLY: Tar KU'I III II print the e lork J West em 1hI.1.I Press lll.pslrhe sail ttc ltratrr I'aMe (I'orrlcs) TYlrcrams. C St. NICHOLS, is. is. HKonx, To'slble Presidents: James (!. Maine," i in the .V irth .liiuTlom iVrfeio for Sep- , teuiber. Is an able presentation of ttiat . gentleman's claims in the candidacy of the I republican party in !:. The style Is , rather of the hero-worshipful and pluined knightly; but Mr. Maine Is an American whose celebrated character will lear a go...

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. — 13 September 1887

WNMISMM Rilf v- '4 &r4J gj,- v -3 S.,if lt IN r, A : Sii -' 5 b&fiasi. Zrz ir pi ilmB nxmf AMUSEMENTS. (INK KllillT OM.V, WEDNESDRY EVENING. SEPT. 14 Sin-cial encfmnt nf the eminent tra rtMUu. ritKIKRICK WARDE ! Supported by an efficient dramatic com pany. under the management of llud,on .V n'Nell. lu tin new tragedy In ne acts, adopted Irom the French expressly for Mr. Warde. by Leouard Outram, Ksu,.. entitled And produced with emphatic aaccess In New ork. l'htladelphta. t. Louis and l'litUdelphla. ADMISSION : . NV. TV Anil Sl Utcritl i.t n V MoinUi kit o'clock. Jit K' II. Tierce A lo.'a Itotik :tore CENTRAL M. E. TLtt OSIO Church Choir Co. Will (Jive One of Their ; rand CONCERTS At Central X. E. Church, FRIDAY EVEWIHG. SEPT. IB. '17 The procramiue will hf choice, popular and entertaining, rro dt-red only as this famous organ ization ran. The entertainment is Hue and the cause worthy. Set press notices. Prios ot admission, 35c and '-V.c Tickets for sale at C. H. Tierce &...

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. — 13 September 1887

;:3?s?fjSr3S 5rt-iai4;. si- j. -,--.." srS&fsas:--: " - . ..'.. v.- ---,-: :!-5ra8sMjBR0gB s:53h.-iSi'Si,'r-,, r-.-C-s?- .w . -s..,, -o.-r - - imiMIMiiMMIiMlM iwijiiMiiriiggsigfyyniiififiii . REPTJBIIO, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13. 1887. ;s-; -:! ffir'88'5? ujMMHHBflMfeHHgnBjHBBWs -f" i R , r.- K ,: yPsS W 9 4 OTS. Per Pouud for Ckolce Island Concord GRAPES! IN 10-POUND BASKETS. CHIEF! tQrV9HVvJUfCe UMMssIN STOHES, 1 avad S3 Wast Main St. and o Sonta Mar ket St, ttprlaglleld, O. NEW HATS! CORRECT FALL STYLES. -ALSO. THE- BROADWAY SIM Hatter and Furnisher, 5 East Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FRKB ADVEnVHSIKO. 0 X XDAFTKUTodaTtbeSprlnrttdDnx n in . nl. ...i4a'aa"W&nttt "Lost." "For Rent." "For Sale." etc .In thla eolnmn one time rree. xnree nmea ior mwir Are cents, and six times for flftj cents THE SPRIKOFIELD PUB. CO. MayI3.1SS7. WANTED. w AXTED Torentahouse of 4 or 5 rooms by a yunK couple- Aaaress nnx.n. WAXTEU-Second band American or John son's Encyclopedia. Inquire of ...

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. — 14 September 1887

sc C v xv . . S. .--- i 'W-"rao'sca.artW"eCBiMi - r "i 7.rn "V maw tes& . JXEAX BY the orelat 15,000 PATRONS PAJLY. PRICE TWO CENTS. LOCAL nkwspaprb. SPRENTGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, SELTEMTiER 14. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 21S. asftt'v . d-an- '"' ffle?V-r ? v-t'tfiiiiir'wi'iWwi to paito ftqmMfo. yritififiew SilSfSS 111 pi' as!! 1SlsV SC1" 8S 4?1Stx 3Sftr smi ''".Ti'i yJSf 1 r Tr 5 V, WEATHER FACTS. Cj WiKiuCTOf.frt. '4 Ohio F tr vnatber. cooler. followed rising u-iperaturo Sl'RINGFIELD, O., Sept. 13. 1SS7. You want to "keep up with the procession ?" Both these pharses are slang, but never mind that ; you do want to keep up with the procession, and we are going to tell you how to do it. You must first CATCH ON. The first thing to do for that is to get you a suit of fall clothes. This is no summer procession. We have the largest and finest stock oi fall goods that we ever brought here. We made them. We are going to sell them at maker's prices, and thus save you one profit. We me...

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 September 1887

r5F vasa9PrK433flavnla'ftravl fl- : -'.: Wt&A BHBSSlSSjlH31lepSl!PSlSW - !K ?& "-v pijPF HEqaa-asmiss- m r-virmnrr --K " " "" " - Tn - 4 s;it I ' & r. iii -n.'taTtrVi.i KIRKS WHITE Th( only brand ( Laundry Soap mvnninl a liit cl.i-s inlal at llio New Orl-ans Px'stithm. (iuaran JtvlalwliiMyxir. ami for penoral LoumIii'IiI liriixw is the ory bu SOAR Springfield Republic EYEXIJiU AM WEEELT; Tin- KIT!' Itl.lC iriul ll.r s.ti lork aa.l Wt r ..., I.I.-J I'rr HiMHtrli.- anil thr ISratrr CaMr ('urriim Tclrersra. C M MCHOLS TIKI. i. 1IROWX. SXCV ANDTEklS. SPBIEGHELO P1IBLISIIIIG CQMP1IT. Publis and Proprietor. THE kvknino KKI'I hi.ic li pabllihwS TfrT??atui-xcfpt Sunday. and is delly er4 t tor rate Dl ltc. iwr ek. Slnale copies 2c. TBK WKKKUV KKI'l)lI.IC It puMllhed er Thursday, and l one ot the nott com plete family newspapers In the country: eluht pates, market" complete. Replete with newt and miscellany. II per fear, iDTartablf cash tn a vl ranee. All communications ana contri...

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 September 1887

REPUBLIO, WJEJjyEsPAY EVEI0NG9EPTEMBEK 14 1887, Vi Slfefe'. :-?, St-aSioTJ Bi-fls-i & ?5 t r L F - . vs. $ I1NR1I ilfeSi rtv AMUSEMENTS. (INK MII.IIT IIM.1, WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPT. 14 special engiKement of the eminent tr lWnn.tUfcWlK W ARDE ! ufporteJ by an eBcient dramatic com pan), under the management of. Hudson A o Nell. In the new tragedy In fle acts, adopted from the r rench ekpreasly lor Mr arde. by Leonard Outrani, rag . entitled nd produced with emphatic success In New oik riilladelphia. M Louis and rhlladdphfa. ADMISSIOlf : i.e. Wc.""V and 51 lieserte.t seats on sale viomta at s o'clock, at I II l'lerce A Co ' Hook More L M. E. t:q::ej ohio Church Choir Co. Mill tJIteOiecf Their (irand CONCERTS It Central 31. E. Ciinreh, on FRIDAY EVEWIHC, SEPT. 16, '87 The programme will bchoTCP, pojnilHr and entertaining, rn dereil only as this famous organ ization ran. The entertainment is fine anil the cause worthy. Set- press notices. Prices ot admission, 35c and 23c. Tickets for...

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 September 1887

'M$fc:Ki ---- i e t J-, HntltwwjmClMatewJ nWii'n tifT.iLMWurai tsBwwBPtswepreTjwsR -y-r- .$ii?ersgrmc0 -- rr JSfc ,v BEPTJBUO, WEDlfrESPAY EVENDm. SEPTEMBER 14. 1887. !i 5i St .. iS .--x:V 1 5 32 v v 6 Mini - 1M 3S i! NOW HERE! A XEW LINE OF HANCINC LAMPS! THE ATKRY LATEST DESIGNS YTD T1IK LOWEST PRICES. If you want a Lamp this Fall, stop and see ours. Table Crockery AND- SOLD ON WEEKLY PHMHTS. LlYvvWC AMAIN STOHES, I and S3 Wot Mat" - 0 " M kt8U,tprta1M.0- people'scoluSnT FREE AIJYEBTISIJIO. n- AND AFTKR Today the Sl1n tJ'S' U Kxrrsiic will l"rKeAj" etc . lath's --rtTriS?PmRarr,SlJf?u,B.co. May 15. IsST. WANTED. XTT TF.rt-To be addressed by .ohool I dlrec W tor. in aant of a teacher i.hj ha. Iv vari ably been snceeisful as an Instructor ano ais cff Hnartan. S-npt. Schools, Springfield. O- rrrvTtfrn.T. for office. Mu.t write a W food hand and come well rmmenace. IV aces small iwein ";" .iires. In ace of IS and years Preferred- Addre s. in own handwriting. Lot Box v-T " WAVTKI-To ren...

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 September 1887

fevE&v .; as&.-TrV. 5Sv,"&-, -J . ".-rv aSvua: Sff3S3C8 .ffitf rt'iiTuji KCv rrlM. (j--.- - 0 -t BSav-.-'SI fe-A-v", --.,! esi atttt $gntMir fcSJ HEAD BY THE GREAT LOCAL NEWSl'Al'IHR. 15,000 i'ATRONS DAILY. wv. sv: sl wmiMMMmm SytwfifMlr v8 'B if " SafiSfe iSi B&a IM mm. M&$ g?ni && rf-'Ol .- -X 2ta -elM K 0 K n K "' 'v l "s VOL. XXXIII NO. 219 WEATHER FACTS. IB V.HiGTO.I.t. 15 Obfp K 1 w eat lier. cooler, followed oy mine temperature. Springfield, O., I Sept. 15, 1887. f ANGimiNESS! The only business older than that of custom tailoring is gardening. l he first man, Adam, was put into the Gar den ol Eden to dress and to keep it. This was when he was alone. Soon after he got a partner, and soon after that they went into the tailoring business. "They sewed fig leaves together and made themselves aprons." Soon after that coats of skins were made for them and they were clothed therewithal. Ever since then custom tailoring has flourished. The When doesn't negl...

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 September 1887

., - i,, .Mi-TiEaaaaaSa ,-J-, riiifiiiiniMjftwmi n fiBPOMJO, TtttrtlSDAt EVliftWO, SKWIiMllKi; IS. 1887. MMMMtfi 1 -- 53 -J . . J :4 , 3 ' i . .-.Ci v.- ,,, -:? S ?., ?S .t 3 - , ,. KL KIRKS WHITE VISA' .UKt.U xwrec Mssway BussiaN Tlie only brand of Limnlry Soap awarded a first rla.v nuilaJ at tho New Orleans Klxltlon. Guarau tevA atwlutt lj lin and for Rvueral boustiiuld imrj'o-os is tlie MO bm SOAR Springfield jgtpuiltt EE5I3tt AND WEEKLT: Ta Bl PI M It' prial. Ihr sw lork aad Wt era 1-h laird l'rr lll.p.lrhr. aad Ike ttratrr taMr'l.rrlca) Tcl.iraM.. & M. MCHOUt. mu DKVT. THO. (S. BROWN SSC UtDTRUS. SPilltnELI PQBLISU1IC CIMHIT. Public and Proprietor. TBI VKKIJfO KBI'lTHLlG It published -mmmmwntn rfDt StlndlV. Slid It dllT erad at mr rate M 10c per week. Slacle eoplMlc TK WEEKLT RKPDBLIO If published CTfr Thursday, and 1 one of the moat com .! ! nwan&rwkra in the country: elf ht CUM markets complete. Bepiete with news and mUcellani . II par lew, Invariably eaab In advance....

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 September 1887

a K REPOT3LTC, TLftnnAT EVEKLNG SElyfEMT,EIt 1S 1887. &S1- && E- -m fcv-fe 31 ssis. ESS .r Best. ssm sTv :ii tM .-jj i V:3ta. ra4ajL . :- 2. a B. fV AMUSEMENTS. (IKK HlllHT ONLY. MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. First appearance In Springfield of 19. bo will make her eight hundredth appear ance I u thecharacter of J nllet, la a grand re vival at Ahak.peare's sublime love tragedy. Romeo and Juliet With the aame magoiBccnt costumes and properties employed In Miss .Mather's un precedented run ot seventeen consecutive works at the t'nton Square Theater. N. . MB. MILKS LKVICK, MR. FKKDKK1CK PAt'LDlNO. US. SOL. SMITH. And the entire t'nloa Square Theater Co . New Vork. Admission. 25c.Siic.7Se and fl. seats on sale on aud after Friday. sept. It. at Pierce's Ilook More. CENTRAL M. E. TBB OHIO Church Choir Co. Will (.ire Oie of Their Uraad CONCERTS At Cestral M. E. Ckarca, ra FDIOJir WIIIC, SEPT. It, '17 The proerawRie will be choice. popular aid eatertaiBiag, rea dered oaly as thiafanoHS o...

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 September 1887

a-AjfiaS 'jy .3ai3Bs5! . jf an r iii ii -afe- $- - -wU' - S;vs w 'Sr - -I IF' I V ! V ' I cf i . ..;-! r - 4 " :?-- J r ,; -; E3tt to; 9X1 M'l 3 NOW HERE! A SEW LINE OF HANGING LAMPS! THE VERY LITEST DESIGNS LOWEST PRICES. If you want a Lamp this Fall, stop and see turs. Table Crockery -AND SOLD OK WEEKLY PHHEITS. iah BMMMM STOKES. 1 aad Wast Main St. Mad M Mar. k.t St, Spri !. o. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FREE AnVKKTISINO. AN- s.VD "KR Today the SprtnrfldDa:. U Rrrrnuc trill !n;rtuch"adi aa wanta "List," "For Rent." Tor sale." cl?..?l column one time free, three times for twenti es cent,, and .1. figff,3ffj&. CO. MaT 23.1SS7. WANTED msTFI I ro Ctrl for general hnuse- work In small tamllr: no washing: also a cnmr-tent nurs. eirl: reference required t an s sjfci .rnt. wi it. sarin mi" J WsNTED rhe tvnple to leare their orders at the prrlncfleld feed Co- corner of Main and Llmeatone.for pumpaand repalrtnc of all kind. -' ' ANTED To be addressed by school dtrcc tnrsinaant of a teacher hohas...

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 September 1887

T -'"& cS-air-: -4'-- es& VN ?: te-r KEAD XIY TIIK: CHEAT j LOCAL! MSM'WPAl'KII. VOL. XXXIII NO. 220. pnttg 15,000 l'ATKONS DAILA". PRICE TWO CENTS. SPKINGF1EUD, O., FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10. 1887. &SS3 !? (SS&T. SSSS SEW"- mmL . - ..... i iiiMMribwSi6aSSJWfiiirri ii i'ii i m niiiniirtWWEBailWj ftanurifr. titw POTl d Tsl 3i , a at- ' f - If . - , V n rew t. , WEATHER FACTS. P IM-i SHlsaTn, I It lr weather. ert 1" Ohto uaruicr. Springfield, O., Sept. 15, 1SS7. AN The only business older than that of custom tailoring is gardening. The first man, Adam, was put into the uar den ot Eden to dress and to keep it. This was when he was alone. Soon after he got a partner, and soon after that they went into the tailoring business. "They sewed fig leaves together and made themselves aprons." Soon after that coats of skins were made for them and they were clothed therewithal. Ever since then custom tailoring has flourished. The When doesn't neglect it. Along with its ready-ma...

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 September 1887

S8a9teAlgSeaC&! Jrzm ';t7-'3 5- ' ' BEPfJBLIC, FRtDAY EVEJSING. SEWEMIM id. 1887, :-j.ij II man i ft 1 r ti AiS -- 59 -.-ill KIRKS WHITE RussiaH The only lnuil of Laumlry Soap awarded a lirt class nutlal at tho New Orleans Kiitim. Guaran teed absolutely ur ami for Reneral household urioe3 U Uio very bus SOAR Springfield Republic ETE.MM1 AXD WEEKLY: Thr BKrrill.U- .rlnt.1hr t lorksid Wt era tH l.t.,1 l'ri- IIKpalrhe nil the Urllrr CaMe 'rrl-a Trlrcram.. CM. NICHOLS, mikS:uKT. TII. i. BROWS, SFBilEFIELfi POBLISHIIE CDHP11T. Publil and Proprietors. TBI KYVKINfl KEI'irilLIO It phbltlbpd mrtvrna& except Sunday, and ti deliv ered at tue rate ol 10c. per wee. Single copies ie. THE WEEKLY BH'BBLIC la pnblUbed eervTburdai. and U one ot tne moit com plete family newipapera In tne country; eight pane, market complete. Replete with news and miscellany. II per rear. InTanablr easninaatance. AI1 communications and eontrlbntlons should be addressed to Curnw M- Sicsoi editor, and all busine...

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 September 1887

!KZ2S33c3ukw JIWIW Muamau REPtTBLIO, FRIDAY ErENTNG SEPTECIiEK it, 1887. r i V AMUSEMENTS. UNK KKiBtOMl, MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 19. rint apiearance In t-prlns'tleld of J Vv ho 111 voile her eight hundredth appear anee luthecharaUrr of Juliet, to a grand re vival ot bhakspeare's lublttne love tragedy. Romeo and Juliet With the tame magnificent costumes and properties employed In MUt Mather's un precedented run of seventeen consecutive weeks at the Union f quire Theater. IN. MR. MILK l.tll'K, MR. rKKUKKICK PAVLUINO. MRM.80L. SMITn, And the entire Tnton Square Theater Co , ISes. ork. Admission. 25c. soc.?5c and M. eats on sale on and after rrtdsT. ept 16. at I'lerce'sTJook More. CENTRAL M. E. Church Choir Co. Will Hire Oie ofThe'r ('rand CONCERTS At Central X. E. C.arcta, WW .EMC, SEPT. 16. '17 The programme will b choice, popular and entertaining, rfB dt-red only as this famous oreaH ization can. The entertainment is fine and the cause worthy. Nee press notices. Prices ot admission, 35...

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 September 1887

Lv ?. swSiSSES&safiS 'JU-?" sr , .. ,i4Fiiiif -aii . tM wvn mwmd i inwieuiwww9fc)gf saw JMu a iu .1 1 i am Turn mini 1l REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EYE2TOTG, SEPTEMBER 1G. 1887. Uf - -!a..1 itt..j 'y' SPECIAL CASH SALE OF BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS AND RUBBERS! Being pressed for roem, ewing to very large purchases made in Boots, Shoes and Rubbers for the Fall and Winter trade, and as the immense stock is now coming in, we will sell at prices that will insure a bargain to every customer coming to our stores for the next two weeks. Don't miss this opportunity to buy Boots and Shoes at Prices to suit your pocketbook. ji iiJS .-V?i 11 "i i SCHULTE'S SHOE STORES, NO. 25 EAST MAIN STREET AND NO. 15 WEST MAIN STREET. s - ,'. ;rr i if ff. : sb . - " I -A3 5tf EA&3 NOW HERE! A NEW LINE OF HANCING LAMPS! TIIK VERY UTEST BIS AND THE LOWEST PRICES. If you want a Lamp this Fall, stop and see eure. Table Crockery -A3ffl SOLD ON WEEKLY PHMEITS. fcrYlta(V BJUtUIN STOKES. nudll XToat Mto St. " kct 8U, 8prt...

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 September 1887

iw.gagassKaasaB, Miiwlr .aaW-qwMjwwiirw S a-wfctfwuiWgiixflMii 1W -.,&,' attg Hntbflie ar READ IIY THE GRKAT local; NEM'SPA 11T.1T. 15,000 PATltOKS DAILY. SPEESTGFIELX), O., SATURDAY EVENING, SE IT EMI J E 111 7. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 221. cK j $tomvt$$wto Ji ll WEATHER FACTS. S Viiioin.5rrt. J7 Oblo ralr weather, warnic r. Springfield, O., ) Sept. 17, 1887. J s. s. School suit suits school. It suits the mother, too, when she brings the boy to us to get a school suit, for she pays one profit less for it than she would have to pay anywhere else in this market. S. IB. Saves big ; also suits the boy, for in our array of School Suits we have all the styles that aregoing, plaited or plain front jackets, belted or "all buttoned down before," knee pants or long legs, and all these in Cassimeres, Cordu roys and English Worsteds. s. s. School Stockings. We have these for the boys in all sorts. A gray mixed article is a par ticularly good and serviceable thing. Bring the ...

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. — 17 September 1887

M9MM9I r REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEyiKG SEPTEMBER 17188. r fi Th ii i8f -SH. ALLAN 0UATERMA1S. By H. RIDER HAGGARD. arraoa or "uxa soloiios's xisss. silt. "JU9.""TH1! WITCH'S HUD." Ill CUAITKU XI. CoTilM. sere vce opsl Alplion.se As we gazed ujion tbe Ix suites thus re ealesl bj Good a spirit of emulation tilled our breasts, and we ct to work to get ourselves up as well an we could. Tbe must, boweer, that we were alile to do was to array our selves in our spare mils of thootuig clothes, of which we each had one, Leeping on our mail shirts underneath. As for my appear ance, all tbe fine clothes in tbe worl could never make it otherwise than scmhlit and m ngniricant, hut Sir lfcnrt looVwl bat lie is, a maxiuliceiit man m his ss-arly new tntssl suit, gaiters and boots. Alphonse also pit airoself up to Lill, civ inp nn extra turn to his enormous mustaches. Kten ol.l Univlopo ffaas, who w as not in a general way git en to tbe Tain adorning of bis 11 , took Mime oil out of the lantern and a h...

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 September 1887

i ' . -urtlT.'-fT.-l -iTT-il -MiT ifa'-ft-lil-fct Tjnirw I i ihmtt -n vwrirrgiii-iirainrrri n REPUBLIC, SATUPAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 17 1887. 1 5. Sii L THE CHANGE WAS EFFECTIVE. Bardette Trlls r a Nrw ami 1 eldilng Kln.l or llarltrr. Olll Imnl is very soft awl rasj to cut," ri arktsl thp lisrlxr, inK his trusty oinieter across the liwk of t L e oou ItMiintsl (nan The victim csp ed. hut was Mi ni tL'i- nk an air of ongunlit almui the remark that h 1 i J not eisilj un.lt rstan.1 "You uMivlli hs.v yourself, Io von notr asl.sl the Ilea Isiuau, raising his face and litvnthmz high alone the doonxsl one's head. Iheuiilmppv man, liewildered by anew onlrf th'iigs which imsxs.1 Unite compre hension, snf,-.l his guilt. I thought ," sai.l the Inquisitor, "be caueour face is so smooth, so free from cuts or hcrnt he, and vour mustache is so evenly tiimmed A man aluajs knows let ter himvilf than anyone else the style of lieard most Incoming to him Your hair h is lvii trimmed most tastefully ," he ad...

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. — 17 September 1887

&& i. ". ?. OIWlWawoitMtiTiin i wnmnjii i &-.: Ci.w,jr &viS i.?t REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EYEKIN"G. SEPTEMBER 17. 1887. MOIRE SPECIAL GASH SALE OF BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS AN Being pressed for room, owing to very large purchases made in Boots, Shoes and Rubbers for the Fall and Winter trade, and as the immense stock is now coming in, we will sell at prices that will insure a bargain to every customer coming to our stores for the next two weeks. Don't miss this opportunity to buy Boots and Shoes at Prices to suit your pocketbook. SCHULTE'S SHOE STORES, NO. 25 EAST MAIN STREET AND NO. 15 WEST MAIN STREET. RUBOR if KIRK'S WHITE 7ha on! brand of Laundry Soap awinhil a Iirvt cli-. nuilal at tlio New Orlojiw Ev.HMtion. Guaran t.vil a!olmvlj itiri and for ci'iioral lwu-iholl purpoMj. i tho wij bea SOAR Springfield Republic ETEXISH ANU WEEKLY; Th- Bl PI l!I ir prlal. th- ew lork aal Hwt ern AwiM-latrd Pre llUpatehri 1 tkr Bratrr tlf i orolc.) Tflrcr.m. C. M. MCIIDLS, PKK-S'DEXT. THU...

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