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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 February 1887

IsS"-1"- ystegffelft THE EVENIH& ftEPUBUB, THE LARGEST HCUUITIOI BEOTLAPJEBTiSUfB MEDIUM 1H THE EIGHTH COieRESSIDHJILOISTSieT. N1W TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPErGFEELDO., THURSDAY EVENING JFEBRTJARY 3, 1887, VOL. XXXIII NO. 29. PRICE TWO CENTS. mth mublk. xmr- r ll ! t r i i 2 I'l ., .; f 1 if; i 1 i f I ?. Wi ? aLa. WEATHER FACTS. DTuBUfOTOir. Feb. 1 Ohio: Rain or mow followed by (atr wratner. coiaer wun a com rare. Springfield, 6., January 29, 1887 . "TEr"" ." i.- -,-'-.:- K S"!! ','? "v -i&'- 1 i f s i"j r - -,5.-tS-f- w- OWEN BROS., Manufacturers of Clothing and Jobbers of Furnishing Goods and Hats, at Utica, N. Y. Retail Branches: Springfield, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Fort Wayne, Bloom ington, Peoria, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Columbus, Ind., Greencastle, Danville, Flint, Kansas City, Sioux City, Lockport, Utica, Rome, Roch ester, Little Falls, Syracuse, Norwich,J)es-Moines. . Any article of Men's, "Boys', Youths' or Children's wearing apparel bought from this mammoth manufactu...

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. — 3 February 1887

M -ji-"ii: i"-w -"fK"--' v-5;fe. ?. jfJ-a v ';.- s ' - , T"ljf yfrvK SPf-ri ' iS-"1 V. --n. i , i - a --.-- . - win ir-""" "-li . a i nnaNmwwsvmRiwimiMnMn nwwwiiwem!n -3S! " "?" fgvT SSSSCSe18 g- -ES. s"r"rytJrr sfesMrSswassszss Ut s?f REPUBLIC, TTrmg-nA-v EYEIsrmG, Jj'.EJ3BUATtY 3 1887. . . .-? '.,: --' ...a-' - v- .. - -. , ""- , .-'-" "rx&OSS "r- ct - ," .w- w j w- - i r - n - if - Pr?-- -w- v , 'J5?3.-crr3"r - .3 . .. , ' rtWHl J- . .. , T .. -f-T T 1 . " ' ' "III - II I ! ! H T.V, j'"-1 'i'&'.''TS?'!''i'1tig? " -.- & w jjinngfifld gkpubU EVESTXtt AND WEEKLY. Tat BEFCBLIC priatt tka Haw York u W tsra Assadatod Pm Diss atrktsaad Us BiaUr CaU (rorelfs) TsWaraass. , M. NICHOLS. rusiscxT. TH03. G. BROWN, SIC'T ASD TKtUS. SPlIShFIELD PUBLISKI16 CSMHIY, Publishers and Proprietor. XBK SYKNIHO. REFCBUO li published era? erenln except Sunday, and la delly ered at the rate ot 10c per week. Single copies 2c THC WEEKLY REPUBLIC U pnbllsned every Thursday, and U one ot the moat 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. — 3 February 1887

ajSgSS&aME .3gfc5-. - i mjwM'wtfacaggifg REPUBLIC, THURSDAY EVENING FEBEUART 3, 1887. We want you to call in and see our $1.60 fine Button Congress and Balmoral for Men, and our $1.90 for Men and Ladles. They cannot be equaled for the money. STARKEY & SCOWDE2T, - - KELLY'S ARCADE. $1.60. i3flW353EK5SwwSfc.J7.M7TOK25ciri ! .-..iiinii." Ti?2ri3r2MiA,.--- f". '' .:iikW -Jf"tWmftr.. , "- ti t&.-.ysit t.. . - v.v& Vf-j-.H J " jotieSliSaa . '.".JWII TW Ml $1.90. 1 f -" - ' . II- i - AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE FULLER TKC3IP, Manager. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS, February 4 and 5, '87. America's Accomplished Actor, Mr. FRANK MAYO, Supported by Springfield. Satire Artiste, ' MISS NETTIE YIN SICKLE And his Excellent Company. Trill present Mayo and Wilson's beautiful roman tic play In five acts, entitled, NORDECK! Pronounced by tbe press and public every where to be tbe Best Play of the Day. -Prlce.,i5.50and25c Seats now on sale at Harris's clear store. GRAND OPERA HOUSE MO...

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. — 3 February 1887

? 5 " V?"1 y. ,..., Im - ; p urn T ffTT' "ITIin t TF - ?$& wwiapft'r -se&seP'? "V . TCE3 J - . sr. JtEPUBUg CHUBSDAY ETESttBTGf IEBEUABY X 1887. at 3&ms'4.. .,. . - ,.. r,f.&?'' "- A d ---,- .-r"?'" '. --4 '?jlTSg v H i -!rfs'SCL, - . - . .."" - - y - -. ' . trri.i i , . mm v. - I & . o i ft riUICKIIi ! 50 Boxes .Choice Sweet Oranges, -I - I5c Per Dozen. 50c PER PECK Cheapest of the SeasoriT"" kh- BARBAIN STORES, 1 and 93 Wmt Main St. and 40 Soatb Mr ket SU, Springfield, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TTTAlfTED ACoos: Apprr"irTBldencsj ot II John II. Thomas,, ay cut High street. Vlhr "" WAKIED-Lidles, load' or travcllcs. A wonderful entirely new specialty lor la dles only; It dally easily made; no photo, no nalnnnc: paraeuiars tree. jits, u. . juiiue, Chicago. Ill 3)mf. w. ANTED A German elrl lor ceneral house ' work In small famllv: eood naces AP Dly at corner ot Jefferson and Marke t streets! TrTANTED Girl to cook and do ceneral IT housework. Good waxes and steady...

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. — 4 February 1887

'iBHt aBBtqBr-yo-i-Z-,. r?i;vtV ," :'. '-' - -ri. rJJl;,? -Jj' jHriiur-t.''g,- T? W- trSftrf SJy, ,JLJ.. .J- I",.. . ytrmifMfr jfeitt 12 IE EVENING REPUBLIC, NX.Y TEN CENTS PER WEEK. the mmi ciiiiLira -. 'BEST UlTERTrsisa MEDIDH IB THE 069n CBiGaBSISUL 0ISI1I1ET. Krf SPEINGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 4, 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 30. PRICE TWO CENTS. ::; v--.: -Sffifcii -:I4 IP SSSKFri . , -vriFwri"-'. ; ?'jy;Y - a g-1 ( $Upmmt. m -. MSs 3rH2. WEATHER FACTS. P ViaBHorox. Feb. I. Ohio: Fair weather: slightly loner followed by higher tempera ture. Springfield, O., January 29, 1887 . ? v y OWEN BROS., Manufacturers of Clothing and Jobbers of Furnishing Goods and Hats, at Utica, N. Y. Retail Branches: Springfield, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Fort Wayne, Bloom ington, Peoria, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Columbus, Ind., Greencastle, Danville, Flint, Kansas City, Sioux City, Lockport, Utica, Rome, Roch ester, Little Falls, Syracuse, Norwich, Des Moines. Any article of Men's, Boys', Youths' or C...

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. — 4 February 1887

mMM fe sj? jsfa fa rTr,"E3Sr .-..i m ' 1 1 m I'-n 7r- gyi7tggffiffi!asw3&' ?"? pzsa .-apf 'f ssz fv JK- r-V,TA- I rV P its v REPUBLIC. FRrOAT EY5)NTffG. JVKBKTTA,T?Y1 1RR7. COAL CHAMPION , COIL UNO ICE CO. , Inmaon to C. C. Taylor Son, E. 8. XEIXY. M. M. HEDGIM, President Sec Tress. ILVOQES. Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SOLE AGENTS FOB SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSOX BROS.' A D CHAMPION JACKSON. MQ BETTER JftCKSOMTHIlll OURS ANTHRACITE, WOOD AND KINDLING. We Wp a full line ol all brands of Jmeat, PlM'er, Hair. Fire Brick aaa Clay, Chimney and Sewer Pipe. I EVEKIXU ASO WEEKLY. Tke SEPCBMC ariata tke Hew Tork aaa Wm tera associated Press Dlspatekesea tke B.sUr Cable (Foreign) Teletrame. C 31. NICHOLS. rusiDEvr. IHOS. G. BBOWN, SIc'rAKDTEa. SPHtNSFIELD PUBLISHIHG CIMI., Publishers and Proprietor. Ainu ktexing KrruBUO u published every eventa:: except Sunday, and is deliv ered at -the rate ot 10c. per week. Single copies 2e. Tiiir WKF.KI.T REPUBLIC It published every Tburdxy. and li one of...

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. — 4 February 1887

SHr;" S-&&'-- ?P ' -(tr 4 c REffCTBUa.IpAY-EYmnjrG EBRUABY 4. 188.7. mmws&-m SSHbV?-- - 5 aaaaf - V k i .. V- AMUSEMENTS. 6RAHD0PERA HOUSE TCTIXEB TRTJXP, Manager. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVK24TI54TG.K. February 4 and 5, '87. America' Accomplished Actor, Mr. Supported by Springfield's b. aUve Artiste. ' MISS ftETTiE M SICKLE And bit Excellent Company, will present Mara and Wilson's beautiful roman tic play in fire acts, entitled, NORDECK! Pronounced by the press ani public every' where to be the Best Play of the Day. rPrice..75,50and25c. Seats now on sale at Harris's clear store. GRAND OPERA HOUSE MONDAY AND TUESDAY", February 7th and 8th. Second. TT ear . Of the natural eccentric comedian, As Jilos Button. In lusatest- and most successful musical, i - " satirical comedy, entitled "A Pairof Kids." Supported by his own Comedv Company, .comprising the. best dramatic, musical and specialty talent In America. - Prices as TJj3xXl. Box sheet opens Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. m ...

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. — 4 February 1887

"3S"?3"G ?"-:-;-;" ?w?is.ts3i SB .-..? " s-J W1X St 7S3W T?2222s -rlrq -- -'j. ' -w-j- .j : - -.1 it iu ? nfiaHjS of.in ' i.LM,.iam wwpwtlw 3rB.- ,- - jHS5W-rspsSB- AKWrWC r: "?' 1G"&T T ' V REPUBLTO, FRIDAY EVENING FEBRTJABY 4, 1887. . .-. r,-ww-z- rrTv fCWP !? licnmE! 50 Boxes Choice Sweet Oranges, 15c Per Dozen. 50c PER PECK Cheapest of tho Season. BARGAIN STORES, St and 03 West Slain St. and 40 South Mar ket St Springfield, O. HERE Advance Styles f SpnnfHats. FLBOllIJl-TIIBIl Casper's Extract Vanllls, made from pure Vanilla Bean. Casper's Extract of Lemon, a delicious flavor of fresh Lemon. Casper's Extract of Orange, made from fresh Oranges. Casper's Extract of Rose, an extract of fresh Rose Leaves. Tagnor'a Ertrnrt of Almond. a pure extract of the Bitter Almond. Caep'r's Extract of Pine Apple ra ncii essence 01 tins ueiicwua uu... Casper's Extract of Strawberry. These extracts cannot bo surpasseaVuid are very low In price. For sale In bottles or by the ounce or pint. CASPE...

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. — 5 February 1887

fi7::&3kT e.-3:E,5 . - j- JT.'sr-v .. S'c 1V- ;.is.5i3f- "-T-Taa WJV-p-ar Til fvr ? t. .- r iift.m ttmintrffUr Jaito jRwtiluic- I tM UtNlsi rcn nttn. J. - I Ol lll- NO ;i Hi - - B .. - i .n I MATTERS IN COURT. i iiSSsfflltUHIlJ-r? am lI - . n -r - nbu wa I - -- "-- H H SPRINGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVliMM. FEBKl'ARY :, ,ss7. Sraiscn Fcbrua jrutj'. O.. ) uary 5, 1SS7. J Have we swept the field ? No. Many arc yet without proper raiment tor the chilly mouths this side ot warm weainrr. A summary ol men . youths', bojs' and chtl tkeu s suits What thev arc. Ihta the, dtttcr lron the ever) 4ay sort 01 the ordinary deal . why t carrj suvh cnor mowr stocks, and how c can xilMrvi to rU so much bekm the grorral gokttg market. U Ktoc tfitcittt:tbk. likely to ort mart) swkers ot ckrth-1 HORRIBLE HOLOCAUST. Suit P'uvhu are Killed '.a a Acceded oa lU Yeraaeut Oealral Railroad. CaBB. BWIITII, M BVJIB alt. In a Broorrt) at ami pot to ! jaatjMrrwitfc the lant: cgth , t-" . b-h1 j! so insure ibc atTf ...

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. — 5 February 1887

mm H.I.M. ,afu' jtSfj Tgw-twyiy ""r"""l"'"l ..-m ij.ijj ywnMiu "iW' -nwotEiafcyyjpB. .aaair. '-. -, ;?. . - "REPUT5LTC, SATURDAY EVENING FEBTaUATfcY 1887. h RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. Str&j Iahvm From the Diary of a Mid winter Week. lrtlit1M' I itlurr Oiillliirst hy -a CltJ- -aIocWI Tlir vtibjwi of Oratorical I'nii. ; trala lntrrslrn.ll.1-: lltmkwiillpr prlngtlrll stiisrum I rout tlir Mich -rh..l I.. lh "!" l.lMln Hxli lo (tlmlUI.I- Mi- Irfsrircr uf l.nnitsrn"r nr limine IVrviMinl .tr. Su,lrAl Tuple tr uttl l.riirrnl Mi, 1 had a hat thr other day with an old traiellnc man, bo has lr-fi colnc the rounds In Ohio. Indiana and Kentucl.) for mnj rars. ti.t bo Is at hoint" In t o hundred tuui Id those states, ami ha, aatchtsl llirlr crowth In somen hat the name manner a lb matron ot a chtldteiiV home atenrs the cradtial expansion of the minds and bodies ! tier i-harKi "What is 5 our Idea of the future of bprtnflelJ 1 aVl him ieJt," "aid he. "1 liaie been natchm; lb crow th of bprmcheld for ...

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. — 5 February 1887

i-4S "I."' ' 'L TW)"'ig 'W-i'" TOEPLTBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY" 5 1887, i. BILL NYE The "llolniu on on Ilov 31r Dcak s. unco you stmt was recuul v1 tliat 3 oil w i I Itttln' ilIrr In IIU li ICuti a N wiap r. oiir first letter wnttm 1 mr ijf rut V liolony viici in h lu n -s- for jour eeIftH!nlit ml' tin ft! pntinl ttMt ii'Vpr of th iijr nliuli imi ill llw lutiui. I do not Ln U m ctfl it The K Una Still Hie lMtu ItamtMHiihULnidof ful wnn anI di Nti ,, Iletina, I ulnars mjiiosoi, wa- Li nil of a imlral t mi, an 1 1 MouldU just fo mouh if I ctuiicd a ; ai r loall it Tin iv lalica or Tlio IVUpus nt Work. It won krful how Nople run tmitw name thfMdas, and a j!uu n au with i ttmnnon vMo ttluratwu ha to go tfiUK a Ions thnmph tlm world I ho U-4 hk can 1 jinutne th.it, with our thonm and tloi u odumtKm mh li a w ord a lUlint cwi't vi imi iu for i minute, but with nw itV uifT n nt- I am i nugh, hard vorLinnian an I n2nnslmi lmsj all my life. One of the ihiIiUh-s n-Ui! me night Kfoiv lit...

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. — 5 February 1887

REPTTBT JP. SATURDAY EVENING. KJfiHltlTATlY HIRRT. i; i i m H !? 1 II COAL CHAMPION UDICECO. s,urfr to C. C. T.ijlr n. Ki:i.l.. M. M. lir.l;r. President - Treat, 11 VOt'ES. Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. sou: a:kts rou SUNDAY CREEK, JOHXSOX 1JROS.' A D CHAMPION JACKSON. f grow -in: into habitual. ehron- .... nn!lt selfishness. Tnie manhood Is iiiEnnjiiraiTiBfliB-;:nrr1s?i"ir!: ANXUHACITi: WOOD AND KINDLING. We Weep a full line l all brands ol Cement, l'las'er, Hair, Fire UricV and Clay, Chimnej and Setter ripe. jSpringficlu $qniMU EVEXIXl! AXl WEEKLY. The ltrrtT.I.IC print" taee lork tad ffw trra tmorlitrd Press IHptfhJ the "alei table (r'orelaalTelearain. C M. MCHIILs, rahsiDtsT. Till' . !. IIItlllVN. SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING GDHWT, Publishers and Proprietors. TtIK 1'VKSINti KKITIU-tO Is published every eveniuc except -mi.tay. and 1 delli eredat the rate of !e per week lnsl copies Ic. T1IK WKKKI.Y IIKintMC It publfs'ief rrery Thursday, and It one I the mo.i cm plete family newpPr In...

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. — 5 February 1887

T'ZF&m SHMBMgMMMHBMMBBaBIMMBWBHBggggg sSxKcYSS REPTTBTJO, SATURDAY EVEDs'G FEBP.lTATiY .". 1S7. SEAL SACQUES ! SEAL SACQUES ! If you want a bargain buy now. At London trade sales, for coming season, Seal advanced twenty-five per cent. BANCROFT, THE FURRIER, WO. 4 EAST MAIN STREET. f Tr L L AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE III I Kit TKl'Mr, ManEr. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY February 4 and 5, '87. America's Accomplished Actor. Mr FRANK MAYO, isupportcd by sprmifleld's Native Artiste. ' MISS NETTIE HI SICKLE And his Excellent Conipanj.will present Mayo and Wilson s beautiful roman ticpliylu five acts, entitled. NORDECK! Pronouneed by th? press an I public every where tube the Best Phiy of l'rlce., 7s. ') and Se. at Harris s clear store the Day. t-eat now on sile GRAND OPERA HOUSE XIIMtll MTIKSI. February 7th and 8th. Second Year (If the natural eccentric comedian. EZRA F. KEKDALL, As Jiles Button, In his latent and most .ucoev-tul musical, satirical cowed), tntitltsl "A Pairof Kids." Support...

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. — 5 February 1887

tfmj &j4?fUT "" "V ""K- P"H- -W .Ji inqP REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EYEXES'G FEBRUARY 3. 1S87. . - . , --......v. - j CUPID. SPJy Cux1 steal Unit!, To t!e Mtuu h white mantel clinging; Impend that. Iw I t-iud CupUl laughs wmy ial, I jnt nn t ft Ins I'artsare flying. Human Iharttrfra'xaetortuivsiVel Think of I t roust Nd ins; lltreea touth. hiJ then wamalJ; Itu h nn-1 ir the jduw, the t asatit To his net atlLe haw 4 rayed , Kind nUU h implies 1 asant torp ha- Imt oi rule for a!l. atUi an I truth shall con v r m er; One revrard f r cr at and hina'I; Crown t j that fadeth iiewr AVASiiixTlTox irrmi. MRS CLEVELAND AND HER PETS TWO SENATORS OF NOTE. Stewart, of X tntla, nnil lll Ltv Prmtlce In Mlrrlnc MIiiIm; ihw-lcwart I tli M-mttor Unit of MlimeotM Hi ICt omlilaiK t to 1 1 11 ltut 1 r. In nl OcwTrpnu lenoe 1VMiriTo. Jan. 1 It is surprising what little trn; it take tonnuw the gnat bizyuAic from Maine to CahTonui. It is doubtful if a mmikt mmnlNkh sfamih iruul 1 havo made m much fun a- the li...

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. — 5 February 1887

swTj - "ppi REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING FEB-RTJATtY B 1887. t A CACTUS .MONSTER. Tfcnttag Reettal of t Tramp at the SfoadkM Statita-HooM, u Ee- Utal te "OaWiefct." Illllea trj a Trsrrrtaal ' lis lrn l.nr lh Mixl-Ik I'sriae M trials llrrtnt. llarrlble l.lae er ,. lrt sVeaaraitay wreiac a Itr.rrnuc raairtra aMi ta bpet !!-! sUlloii- ) i lav wilaimri riiiinil i The. clock tartrr IhalMde the air vac crar a4 raa aaa tattlaz and full of Ike sssMUaaraa of ruow; una The sk) sa-.bv wiU. fWTarlmi.i .alcb ba.l -" IA ilan t id .nl a. .Km - ... ,, n-mt ?-aft. WmW aiM he tllpwii a ttiitnr 1 1IH tricnllr coter ..f the v waaturtafcte k burner mrI M em of drt A lull am tk haral.l.e.1 rwk near ! j .t u ...t ' a hi a t)r a MNW ttreatt) uf ohi- p tfce tU.e, uJ mf 4- IM fceWJ n-a !th a , a. auik II enjmje.1 ci-ei tu. uw ei .mi 9 kU rtM mb th rB- djM fieJ.t a efr dretHj M um4iwv ptrtttre t ct-IfaJ Mta fesef In tM. aatj. atier el- at aVe itay aht taaijkt. a rat let. IHtfkL Ule Tfc cdt are a4 faa IrastSests...

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. — 5 February 1887

93k. i i REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENEtfG FEBRUARY 3. 1R87. m 3& jcst 3 Br3 QUICK SALE! 50 Boxes Choice Sweet Oranges,! I5c Per Dozen. 50c PER PECK Cheapest of tho Season. BARGAIN STORES. 81 and 83 Wl Mnln t. mil 40 South Mar- kel M , oprtiiEllrl'l. HERE! Advance Styles Spring Hats. vj j& y - rilDUICUCD HATTER AND i uiiiiitJiiL.ii, '0. 5 ElfcT MAIX hTKEET. "PEOPLE'S COLUMN Trj II. IK you Want a cook. Want a situation. Want a salesman, rTant a naut Ctrl. Want to rent a store, Want to aell a piano, ttant to sell a hone. Want to bur ur sell a house. Want a good boarding house. Want to lend or borrow money, Wanttobuyasecond hand carriage. Want to And anything you bare lost. Want to find a strajed or stolen animal, t ant to find an owner foranthlu found. For three-line advertisement one day, l-c. nne week.SOc Kach additional lineone day 8.: one week, ISc' WANTED. WAXTED-Eeryone to know that Mlis Mary Hirks will re-nieii her dress mak tngshop at l"s nest High street, .Mirch 1st 11a' Yt...

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 February 1887

'-'" . Si ,w,?f(MI wwmiiiwiwwii it8a3asasaga Jesw, r4rffftrf mmmemmmm!0!gm aito He THE LARGEST CIRCULATION BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM 1H THE EIGHTH GflNGHESSIQNAL DISTH1CT. HffllKHEPJUB, TEN CENTS PER WEEK. mw SPRINGFIELD, O., MONDAY EVENING .FEBRUARY 7, JSS7. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 32. y m fitw Vw 9 ii ii in ii y '' -V 'jyr v .- fr I .':-! WtATHEK FACTS. CWjstiiinwu. Feb. ". Ohio: -, Halo, followed by flr weath- J jer; stationary temperature. r A I SrRl.N'GFIl :lu, O., 1 y 7, 1SS7. J February Cheapness in Overcoats holds good till packing time. Not a single reason for carry ing over a single coat. Invoicing is done with, and attention is turned to booming the first month of our busi ness year. Quite a variety of overcoats are still on hand to be carried to another season or turned into money. Which shall it be? If price is the only stick, the latter will prove true. The $S choice is again re plenished from lines found short a size or two or three when taking stock, affording...

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 February 1887

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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 February 1887

VS. . aSVVe -.' ., .ir x-t,sJ- j REPTJBLTO, M02O3A7 ETO2OTG PEBRITAItr 7, 19S7. --VSTtiSfisigjfejrzjmtiSfSfMtlx & Pi U3A AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE MONOVY AJiO Tl'KSDAY, February 7th and 8th. Second Year Of the natural eccentric comedian. F. I UUIlUIIUkl As Jilcs Button, In his latent and most .uecevsful musical, satirical comislj , entitled "A Pairof Kids." Supported li his own Comeilv Company, coinuT.iiis the best dramatic, musical and secialty talent In America. Prlooa as TToxxoX Box sheet oiiens siatunlav morning at U o'clock. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE UNE MGIIT (L1, Wednesday, Feb. 9, '87. The w onderf ul Negro Pianist, BLIND TOM Tilt Mimical Phenomenon ol the Age. Kenovvncri throughout thevvorlil as TNE GREATEST HATURAL PIANIST LIVING. The exhibition of vv hose marvelous gift has gained him world-wide celebri- t J . and has both astonished and delighted the greatest mas ters of music, will ap pear as above for Positively One Night Only. Admission 50 and U5c lteerved seats at ...

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 February 1887

s.-a-.-ti, 'f.tmsmmm HEPTJBLTO, MONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 7, 1887. m ft- i ?. -? 31 - .-35 .X3I R S.1 k.H f-r -m rrar -VS 1 - -L. WANTED!,FLraiNMCTS' Apnts to soil the famous "ALBA" 60 Candle-Power Lamp TO STOHES.DFFlCES.FftCTDHlES.&G5 Also Hanging Lamps, ON' XVYIEIS'T. BARGAIN STORES, 01 nuil l3 Wt Main t- 1 south Mar ket -t., oprlnclla-lil.U. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try IU lliou "Want a cook. Want a situation, Want a salesman, ITant a servant Klrl. Want to rent a store. Want to sell a piano, IVant to sell a horse. Want to buy or sell a bouse, Want a cood boarding house. Want to lend or borrow money. Want to buy a second-hand carriage. Want to And anything you have lost. Want to find a strayed orstolen animal. Want to And an owner foranthlne lound. For threes-line advertisement one day. lie. oneweek.Wc. Each additional line one day le.. one week, lsc" WANTED. WANTED- tn lionest young man fora per manent position, with an old established m t.,.l,- s.nt-.nfaflre In his own state. .-.aiarr...

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