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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 23 September 1887

P?C.I hWmjymjUMujjfai u. - ' :' -sfawsSWGWttsfc K&-Sb ? T 7 " 'I " 1 iJLiri jam "jjsyw .1S.-yrT"f" "' ''ea'B" UM yaB'f H'l Wmi I " -r- "Vse'SBS .-, fifptMfa HEAR the: great j t ttM0 BUTTERWORTH LOCAL TONIGHT. IVEWSlArlCR. SPRINGFIELD, 0., FRIDAY ,EYENTNU, SEPTEMBER '23. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 226. y feu . y I 1 mm jgwig - lf WEATHER FACTS. IS Wssmsarof.ept. 2-Ohlo; P CoVe-. falrrathrr. fol!i.wrl Ln Saturday 1 risloc temper ature. Springfield, O., ) Sept. 22, 1887. J TO IE YOUR LIFE That is to wear proper un derwear. You may change your outer garments as fancy or fashion may dictate, but when you come to underwear it is a serious matter, lobe properly clothed therewithal is to secure the secret of good health. We look after this important part of apparel with as great care as we do that other part which, worn upon the outside, is seen and hence generally held to be the more import ant. We have Underwear of every description, from 25c a garment up. We have every We...

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. — 23 September 1887

REPUBLICS, FRIDAY EVE3PTG, SEPTEMBER 23. 1887. . "j. -k4 TEE BOSTON SHOE STORE, 9 East Main Street, will Always Sell at the Lowest Prices AND GIVE THE BEST GOODS. FALL GOODS ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY. CALL AND GET PRICES BEFORE BUYING. w- U. m -.5-4' J2'T ""i.S'. .a!i KIRKS DffllTt V"SeSCTVK9 BussiaN Tho culy bran.l of Laundry Soap awanlnl a lirt ci:w- luttlal at tho New Orleans K"iK-.tion. Guarait teod ab-oluMy mv, ami for neiicra! household ruini"- ii the very bes SOAR prina.ficll rpublit EfENLNH AMI WEEKLY: Tk KEPI"B!.ir rrll the e Tori od Wt m Jkuwlitrit Prw !iptrlif aid the Bratrr CaMe tf'orric") Trlrcram. C M XICHOLM. rRKS!DKT. THUS. J. IIROWX, SIC'VAMI.TKIAS. SNIIGFIEL9 Publit POBLISHIHE CDHPtlT. and Proprietor. rHK KTEX1NO KKrl'lU.u: i published eerreTn1oeipt SndT. and It de!l red t tee rate al 19c. per week. BIoki copies 2c tHK WIEKLT RKlTnl.Tll It puMIlhei eTen' TbunidT. ant Is oneor the.tnosicom plete taiullT newpaprs !n the country elKht vaee. market complete. Repieti wlta...

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. — 23 September 1887

- -r "yil"',,"w ' mMsaimSilsmmsasstamsm. REPHBUO, FRTDiiT EVENING SEPTEMBER 23 1887. m &3&- Btf W i- ;-' is - AMUSEMENTS. 61 AND OPERA HOUSE I LIKE IT! I LIKE IT! EVERY BOIr LIKES IT! Et(!KMKXT JOUO.VE MilUT ONLV. MONDAY EV'NG, SEPT. 26. NICE'S BEAITIFLL EVANGELINE A C.KEKT CA-T OF ) AliTlSTS! Sole 1-rop'r and Manater.Mr. V. W.TIIlotton. Se "The Lone Fisherman " J--ltu- tiatiriui: Hi-ifcr " e"Th!limiina Fields." tjThe lleautllul t usiuraes " JM-r"The Miserable hufflaus " rhe llt-autiful Amaznns." The Dutch Captaiu " t-f "Tli-- lrt.ti roUceman " Hear tbrKreat topic 1 none, "t I.lkr It " Ihr Burst Burlesque Organization In ex istence. Krsenred Seats on sale at Harris's Clear More. cm; night only, TUESDAY EV'NG, SEPT. 27. A picture jue performance, presenting the stronccst melo 4rmmm ot the ace. entitled: STRICKEN BUND In four acts, by the celebrated Fnsllsh writers. Ueo. Conquest and Henrr Pettltt. id nenrr I'etm "In the Kanks. autnorsoi "inr norm. "Takn Jrom Life," etc . pres...

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. — 23 September 1887

Z&OA 3F it " 5 i 7" V- ' lM- 1 -, -,vs ;-v-S?-eW, gSggTOasSiecasH: Viitf-rJ,C.'s-; - V ". - at. i'y -mSSaBSaBS9MliH. 5Sg? v -- ilEPUBUC, FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 23, 1887. $25,000 ! Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Rubbers at Prices that Astonish Everybody. Do not fail to call and see for yourself, at the One Price Arcade Shoe House. $25,000! w .- Is u- .---if ? --. jfst; T-tsSff v-- ,-ri25S33R,2iS;',E5?5S: - - """' -ttsnss ff S FTWTT ITIi .rn.ni. lii i a .imi.ii i. i nil . .. . u- - - . . tJ-T. ig f. It" f g fe- 15 -:' --Jl I sf -if-" PEACHES! Ceaeord, Delaware and Catawba GRAPES! Direct from the Islands, daily. BMMAIN STORES. 1 mad Wast Mala St. and 40 Baath Mar. ket 9U, Springfield, O. HATS! HATS! All the LMtdlar Fall Styles at Prices that Please. Hatter and Furahher, 5 East Main Street. PEOPLES COLUMN. rt ADTHTUDIQ. 0 S A.XD AFTER Today the Sprlmrteld Diiix Rsrcsuc will Insert snch "ads" a " Wanu" fst." "For Rent." "For pale." etc, la this column one time free, three t...

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. — 24 September 1887

mmAs r - Ngjgtfft-'gtfnBu'aijMwimiwiiiii njiiiiTrtwi tumtMmiMitiht UiWi .mxAmMmf attg f&jttiMir 1 i- 1 a THK GREAT EIGHT jEWF.A.irH:i. ! IMCI WEEK. VOL. XXXIII NO. 227. SPEESTGFIELD, 0., SATURDAY EVENING, SEITEMUEU -2 I. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. yrittflfiiew LOCAL PAGES l U TOr WEATHER FACTS. S ft WlSHISOTO Sept. r Ohio. Warmer, fair woather. frost tonight. Springfield, O., Sept. 24, 1887. to We don't expect to sell all the Fall Overcoats and Fall Suits that are worn in Ohie this season, nor yet all that are worn in Sorinpfiold. but we do expect tosella very big proportion, and warned by ex perience we expect that pro portion te be bigger than ever before. We have prepared far it on that basis ; and we do know that what we sell, from the highest to the lowest price, will be one profit cheaper, quality for quality, than will be sold anywhere else in this market. As to Fall Ha ts. The Puritans who settled in this country were noted for their steeple crown hats. The Ehrase, "shoot th...

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. — 24 September 1887

MCCfeWrereSSSSSSSBca., Mf&wm KjnjiwyirnlgIiJWiWBWWtJWtn rv ""' VI' X1- 4jftt4& ieT REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 24 1887. .-. 8Sd ..4 "1 31 - 5 U3; M n '$ I 31 ALLAN OUATERMAIN. By H. RIDER HAGGARD. attTTVOB OF "Klt. MWHON MINKS." "(.HE "jE-..'"TH. HITCH- HEAD." ETC. CIIAI'TEI. XII Comimmi. BUI, atier in. -- tr women nrst an. OfMMts mt tervanl. and therefore not dvoii of curiosity A they p4ved to then waU I mw bota of them glance siuttl m our direc tion. I -ww. too, that their e es iissI b me, acting nothing to charm tliem in the jer aou of an iiLt.igutt.cant and gntzled old man. Tben thy looked Uh rilrnt astonishment atbagtim foun of old UnUipoaas, who raised hi ax in salutation. Attracted next by the splendor of Good i apparel, for a sec ond their glance ivstcd on him. liLr h hum ming moth upon a flower, then off it darted to where hir Henry Curtis ....., the sunlight from a window plawng upon tiM ellow hair and peaked beanl. and marking out the out line of III ma-v...

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. — 24 September 1887

ijunniMimrriniii) Il " ruMManai sBs' s- . .v.e.f-1wQ. iaBCtW-Mr'f"i-Kaaw -i mnnn . i ,... i itr i ! in' ir REPUBUC, SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 2-1 1887. C .". & M fr ECONOMICAL HOMES. HOW THEY CAN BE BUILT AT THE PRESENT TIME. MUtakM PopU Who IlulUI N Horn WmU lato Modern Way of Using- Not tfcs Old Var. rioor l'U uI Eleva tion of Houm to Cost SJI.50O. Special CVim-spondenoe IsoiAKArous, Sept. 20. One can biuM a better house for a Riven mm of money at this time than ever lief ore. The real reason for this is to le found out ride the fact that material ami lalior are cheaper at this time than they ha, e lieen in the past. This in lcauv- of the thought that If put into the planning and arranging of dwellings. It is the thought that saves the "money. There are other things which thought aiMs to a bouse; these are external and internal attractiveness, convenience, latior saving devices and arrangements. Thought helps to make housekeeping easier. 4Re&eflion Sitting Rm v-. W.i.Cr i...

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. — 24 September 1887

SAV& t? " ? stCfc i 'rfjftfc - sffi.T:-M (JfcJWaWMtWBtJM JWlUMUjimi juiummmjmaWBWWWMi ftEi'crBLto, dATtmpAV jgvasLN-ci. msnum u, i8s?. "WE -A.rtE SEOXJJRI3STO THE LARGEST -A.NT3 HAJSTIDSOMIEST STOCK OF 6ARPETS, LACE CURTAINS, WINOOW SHAOES, OIL CLOTHS Etc., which we will sell at the lowest possible prices. We buy nothing but first-class goods. No job lots and seconds kept by us. JONES & SON, COR. MAIN AND LIMESTONE. .. JJJ j- mj-,. - rfii -fc-TMrfii - &rfrtfiMKttPHHfBBBRy fc- Springfield jBcpublit EVENINU AND WEEKLY. TkfBtPIBIirjirlmtbrew lark Mil nt era AwtrUlrd l're ll.ptrh and tae It'.trr laMc rri(R)TrIrrrain. C t NICHOLS. THOS. !. HUOWN. bKC'v IND TBlis. mmm miwm cqmpuy. and Proprietors. THE IVKMIMi KM'I IlLIC ll published even eveuiu efe-pt suud.y. and la tlellv ered at iu- rite ji lis:, per week, tolcgle copies ic THB WKKKLT KKt'UHLIO Is published even Thursday, and Is one ot the most coin plete family newspapers In the country, eight pases, markets complete. Kepte...

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. — 24 September 1887

Kafe3s i. ttJilgWBflWWTWWWIM REPUBLIC?, SATURDAY EVEyiNG SEPTEMBER 24 1887. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE. MANTEL MONBAKS! ADAPTED FROM THE FRENCH BY LOUIS NATHAL, ESQ. Scene Laid in France under Napoleen I. c3-h.-a.tw: OPBNI IV G , FRIDAY EV'NG, SEPT. 30. Th- lioniantir Emotional Ac or, nbert H. Man tell. Mipportrd by aMroiiDrniiiMieCn., undtr the inanxp'tnent of Augustus Fitou, in the great Five-Act I'laj L ;. I AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE I LIKE IT! ILIKE IT! EVERT BODT LIKE8 IT! EVtUUEMEVT FOnO.VE XIC.IITOMA. MONDAY EVNG, SEPT. 26. RICE'S BEAITIITL EVANGELINE A (IKE VT CA-T OK 0) ARTISTS! Sole Prop'r and Manager. Mr. W . W.THlotson See "The Lone Hsherman " see "Ine I lancing Heifer." see "The Diamond Fields " .-ee'The lleautiful Costumes " See "The Miserable Kunlaus " fee The lleautiful Amazons." ce The Dutch laptain " See "the Irish Policeman " Hear the treat topical song."I I ike It " see the finest llurlesque Organization in ex istence. Hrwnril Seats on sale at Harris's Ugar Store GR...

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. — 24 September 1887

r$3BSSB$& Mjfly lyniffifeiw irjyjwif hi j .i B .iWfcPinW1(WWlP. vH?S r REPTTBLTC, SATURDAY EVENING SEPTELBEK 24 1887. THE CHAMPION LIAR. The snake liar and the flah liar, both bowed la their pry old a, Ckme irmrelinff lck from their journey wide, from their earth wljerlltrTinia, tr drop stixl in the Mialv liar s ej e, and tba flsh liar frru&ned In a(n. And deathlike Kuk of infinite pmf caine oret the face of the t aln. I cannot com vie it h the. modem he, the had ej ed au&Le 1 ar kAiil, "In iU lim.t.t- Irtvth, and breadth, and depth, aad I uh that I were dead, FOr I Ktaod rrlnjlutt with a stianie fatvd look 'neath the triumphant jrazeof the e Of the- Dewnpapzr afildawt liar with his Jrvula tlon lie! "For the snake liar, and the thdi liar, and the horse liar own hi ttwa) , And the easy potn; liars ho work by the job, and the liars ho orL by tbe day. The traelin liar, old Inhabitant liar, and liars of lowdcree. And liars .k lie for the fuu of tho thins, and liars bo he for...

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. — 24 September 1887

Bs8dffW KSSaBSOSSfcftKS- REPUBUC, SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER!- 1887. L L u CEUA LOGAM. Wmui Writer Mil t Tarl4 Work. (Special (rrspondeaati HiwToii, Kept. 19 The Ixgna faBi wr all talented. Elira Logan, tbe eldest. wa dramatic -r whom the eMerlv the ater goer raruember only to praise. Olive h well known as a writer an 1 lecturer, whila CWlia, tha ablest and most unassuming of all, baa made an honored name in journalistic literature, both in Una country and Europe. A distinguished politician, who was a lieau In the days when tha Log"" sisters "ere un named and famous lclles. speaks with aparkling ejea of the beauty of th Logan sisters "They were like a family of splendid tigers, ith their lawny liea.li and changeable eef," lie laid, "and Celia was the one I admired most. In addition to Is'ing liandaonie she had an air of gentleness about ber peculiarly attrac tive." This air of gentleness has not left Celia fiwt Sweet and gracious manners are hen. The. tawny hair and change able eyea...

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. — 24 September 1887

-5sfe5k-1 V ' "' ' MniijitKMMmiMwwMiMMfaii lfi r rrirnrni-iM-rni fn-.. n . riiTfLiJ i , j " r-v c iffiPUBIJO, SATURDAY EVENIKQ. SEPTECBER 24. 1887. X! THE BOSTON SHOE STORE, No. 9 EAST MAIN ST., will Always Sell at the Lowest Prices AND GIVE THE BEST COODS. FALL GOODS ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY. CALL AND CET PRICES BEFORE BUYING. PEACHES! Concord, Delaware and Catawba GRAPES! Direct from the Islands, daily. 5lYvcWC AMAIN STORES. 1 mm Waat Main St. and 40 Sooth Mar kt St., Mprtaufleld, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. TIKI ADVERTISING. OK 4X D AFTER Today the Sprtntjfleld Du.i tUirauo will Intert such ;'a4s' a ants "Lost." "For Real." "For s-ale." etc . In this alamo one time tree, three times for twenti re cents, and sl times for flrtr cents are oenw. HK SpRIJior iKij, P0B. CO. May23.1SS7. WANTED WANTED Clerks and mechanics to know that night school opens October M. Tul tlon: Writing. 110: arithmetic, spelling and writing. IIS: bookkeeping, arithmetic and writing. SJ5. One-halt down. balance in wee...

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. — 26 September 1887

- . -x J K? ml fteptiMfo EVERYBODY THE GREAT LOCAL NEWSPAPER wM m THE KEFUBLIC. SPEmGFIELD, 0., M02TDAY EVENING, SEITE.UBER 2G. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 22S " -"V " "i wWftjl S"- v HEADS ." -MM v v-i a j .r?i .il .- WEATHER FACTS. I ! I tr..iitA irit. fi . Ohio Warmer, thrratenlnir. rainy I weather, hcht to Iresh south J-MBtrrly wlnda. Increasinc It lOIX. IIUHJIHU Mt a...--. . 100a srd nlcht by colder, cloudy weather. hiUU DCCOniluK uciuirwj IE glnl I ter-l Springfield, O., Sept. 24, 1887. FALL CLOTHING THE ANARCHIST WOMEN. They Will Murdar Their Children and Kill Themselves, if Their Hus band Are Hanged. We don't expect to sell all the Fall Overcoats and Fall Suits that are worn in Ohio this season, nor yet all that are worn in Springfield, but we do expect to sell a very big proportion, and warned by ex perience we expect that pro portion to be bigger than ever before. We have prepared for it on that basis ; and we do know that what we sell, from the highest to the l...

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. — 26 September 1887

rf3tffiBG3TM,dBfc--r Tt3"ffffjg .njnjuniiiiiit! i in ' M ,mB"iiryyflPn1iiB nniJ'i' in i " u 'ii'iiiiiBffllffWfflff x i rWMfflT' IIMBMWMMWWMMW iBgii'iwnwHn;nliwM i BfiftnaiiO, ifdffJUY nmG. swmmm sa. igs mM q.; ,iiiwn i !MMtiMi3isE ir m m? VJI, j'xi-f ---s&fc JJM & KIRKS WHITE IussiaH Ths only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a first clav. medal at tho New Orleans Kjositlon. Guaran teed absolutely pure, and for general household purjs'es U the very bes SOAR -Springfield Republic EYEMMI AMi WEEKLY: The l!i:ri lll.ir prints the yrk J w t ni Alatrd Tri- l!ilrhr aid the liratrr Cable (rorrlca) Trlffff u. CM TIIOS. :. BROWS, SSC'VAXDTKS:.- rah3:DfiT. SFiiSEflEL. FOBLISHlie CDHPliT, Publis and Pronrietors.. (( KVEX1XO UKI'l IttAC If pablllheO even nniiat'iwpi Bunaay. ana i. . ere 1 at tac rate ji copies ic. :0c. per week. Slagl- 1UK ncr.KLT KfcPCHl.lc la pablUhru even Thursday, and Is one ol the moat cou plet family newspapers In the country, eucht payees, markets complete, Bene.? wit...

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. — 26 September 1887

MMMMM?tjM - -A rr AMUSEMENTS. G1.AND OPERA HOUSE I LIKE IT! I LIKE IT! LVGRTBOIIT LIKfS H! EXlJAUEME.VT FOKONE SIKHI ONLY. MONDAY EVNG, SEPT. 26. HlCh'S BEA1T1FUL EVANGELINE A tiREAT CAST OF tW AUT1STS! Sole I'rop'r and Manaeer.Mr. V. W. Tlllotsou. See "The Lone Fisherman." See ""The Iianclnc Heifer' i-The Diamond Fields." See "The Keautllul dstumes." See "The Miserable Humans " See "The Heiutltul Amazons." See"The I'utch Captain." See "The Irish Policeman." Hear the ureal toptcil som:."I Like It " See the finest llurlesque Omanliatlon In ex istence. Keserved Seats on sale at Harris's Clear Store. GRAND OPERA HOUSE OVK NIliHT ONLY. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, '87 "For Goodness Sake Don't Say I Told You." Return of SprlrKfleM's Favorite Comedienne, the Idol of the Jun lovlui: ub'ic. il ISS kite emu And her famous coir puny ot comedians. jrtstutln:thccv-nvulsielaui;ritLCucce3s, CRAZY PATCH ! With all Its new patchesof exquisite humor. MroiijftT Company ! Nc anil llrllliaut Music! Funnier tha...

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. — 26 September 1887

;!SlHjlMMHi4iij SestC--f . ' BM.Zrct r r ---. -wri -.-a-wr 1 i i i..WTft,l.jnl-TTrryi"llM ill Wn I a ittETUBUO, MONDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 26. 1$8T. B, fi' x- "V ? : M PEACHES! Concord, Delaware and Catawba GRAPES! Direct from the Islands, daily. JUtvdU- BAROAIN STORES. 41 KBd as trt Main St. nnd 40 Saath Mar ket St., Spring Itsld, O. PEOPLES COLUMN. FKKK AllVKBTISIKO. AN XD KFTER T.vttTthe Springfield IHiu. v ttirmuc win in-rtacn as -bi nsms "LHt," "F-w Rent." "For Sale." etc. tn this column one time tree, three time tor tweaty Ire cents, and six ilra tor flfty cents TUK 1KIM'IU l'UB. CO. May 3X1?. WANTED WANTED Clerks and mechanics to' know tht nlsht school opens October 3d. Tui tion: rt'rltln. JIO: arithmetic, spetllnc and srrltlne. til; bookteeplnc. arithmetic and srrmnc.SJI. One half down. balance in week ly or monthly- payments. Nelson Business (l. lese. Arcade Mam nrANTtD Hoy. lor office. .Must write a i ko.nI hand and come well recnmmeoded Waees small to b"ztn with, Boy betwe...

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. — 27 September 1887

f' f , - ' WtWiai i NMliilWjWfclMW mfmmtmtmmtti jpSJfWJIMpNtMEN aito ftspMfr THE GREAT LOCAL XEWSPAl'KH. THE UEPUIILIC, SPEINGFIELD. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 229. PRICE TWO CENTS. TlsSsSBHP B5(HBBFBWwEFiWffWBP& Y EVERYBODY '3j READS f -Sl Sutwflwew 1 I il r " i h IF mp- 53S2re2aswat WEATHER FACTS. Pi P muixniox Sept. 27. Ohio SlUlitlT warmer, ratnyneatb- rr. loiionea neanesaT ui colder. clearer weather. Spri.vgfield, O., ) Sept. 27, 1S87- J MUST OUE THEM! The phase used to be, "They come high, but we must have them." THE WHEN has changed all that. They do not "come high" any more ; but you must have them as much as ever. ALL SEASONS. They have all seasons for their own. You can't say that they are needed more in win ter than in summer, nor vice versa. They are needed all the time. In short, you MUST HAVE THEM. And what are they ? Cloth ing and Furnishing Goods, of course. What else could be so universally and impera tively needed. You can find her...

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. — 27 September 1887

I ' i mmnt. nKMrjuwwwftrtjiwMBa ;s338ilSsEaSe ILIUimHUllPlWtWtw li u S?r REPtfflLig Vvtibbkv m'tiswb.mmmmitei, mi. fiuy SSStesw-a WMWHsKsswMsWfiHWaWWMMIHWwB mt TIT- - ' cm mi i i i . mini p - a .!& I K I ,i,. i & Vft! ,k KIRKS WHITE BussiaN The ouly braiul of Laundry SP awarded a firt clas medal at tho New Orleans E-qositkm. Guaran-twdabooluU-lypure, ami for Reneral household inVH is the wry bos SOAR pringfirlii Republic EVEXlMt Ab WEEKLY; Tk U I'l 111 IT print. Ihr ew lorV mi A W f t r AaurUtrl I'rr" lli.piitrhr. aid Ihr llratrr C SI NICBOLH. TIIOS. i. BROWN. wc'riiimus. SPlIICRELfl FUOLiSBflB C0HP1IT, Pub I it and Proprietor. EVENIMO KEfl'IILIC U paMlShSd iMvr.m- parent MindlT. as a is aeiiT- eredat int. rite ji We. per week. SlMle eoptetlc TBK WEFKLT KKl'CIILIC l( publUas4 eTorv Tburlr. and Is one ot the moitcwm plcte family newpaprs In the country: lent pc. maikets complete. Kepieie with newt and. mlscellanf . fl per tear. tBTarlablf easa In advance. All communications a...

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. — 27 September 1887

ai&iiijgS3W mMk ,mmmi e SPwBi SEPOTIL10, TttEsDAY EVEKlifd SfiPTjEMUfcK 21 1881 duJaSI vc! I i AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE dm: nii-.ht only, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, '87 "For Goodness Sake Don't Say 1 Told Yob." Return of Sprineflrld's Kavorltr romedlrnnt". the Idol ot the lun lovlue public. MI KITE GASTLETON .ai her famous company of comedians. piwratlutthecoavulsivelaushlnicsuccrss. CRAZY PATCH ! Vt tin all lu new patches of exquisite humor. Mroac.r UoaBpany! Xrw anil llrllllantMualr! Funnier than Kim! Crazy Patch th beau Ideal of the ludicrous vide popular opinion Trices- T5c.5Cc.iic eats on saleat Harris' Cl r More. ONE MlillT OM.Y. TUESDAY EVNG, SEPT. 27. A picturesque pert irmance. presenting the atroncest melo-drama of the age, entitled: STRICKEN BUND In four acta, by the celebrated English writers. io. Conquest and Henry i'ettltt. authors ol "The World." "In the Hanks." "Taken from Life." etc . presented by Mina Crolius and W. L. Cleason And a Dramatic Company of rare exce...

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. — 27 September 1887

.REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING. SERTEMH3ER 27. 1687. j. Ft f Si DFMlBJUS IPEAC Coacord, Delaware and Catawba GRA Direct from the Islands, daily. K-W&vV BAROA'.rJ STOHEff. 1 and 3 Wt Main ct. sml 40 Sontb Mar ket St-, Sr-rlcgfieM, O. HATS! HATS! frr i ii i iM All tlie Leading: Kail Stjlos nttPriccf. iht ricate. Hatter and Furnisher, 5 3Iain Stn-et. KiSt rm:c a:vi:ktiixo. (VS SD UTEri Today the SprtngBeld Daiu. V KtcrcBu" iiiin-rtucn "ads as-wems" "LttU" "For Rent." "Kor Sale." etc . In this eolaran one time f r-e. tnrce times for tweaty- Bre cccls, aa six tlm for Ally cents. TiiEsPKlMJFlELDl'UB.CO. JlayrJ-lS-T. WANTED. TITASTED- -ilrls to leara dress maMcc. 11 Only good se-j irers need apply to Mrs J A.CasIilnci'tl -outlUJallacher street. 2Jla WAVTED Orris mil mechanics to knw that ntuht school opens O-tob-r.Td. Tab tloct vtritlrur. slO; arithmetic spelling and wrltlne. -slV hookkceDlnr. arithmetic and orriting.Sii. One-natf down. balance law-eek- ly or monthly payments. Nelson busin...

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