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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 September 1887

ft1- - -Ms r-S3tet3ec--Ms--a fBHp ff.TBafefiJgagBaari ajar:tm. .uuvWii.-, ,.,, jiwsfcv urnim WWWWgiiiiwgiiC4,fF nfja iwiiiilHH n 'urn NT i ' 'i ii 1 1 iim '" Wfitf i) -P JWfcjglM" "i prlttfifiellr jlaifl flgmfrhr. -'- EVERYBODY THE ORGAT h-til . LOCAL NEW8PA P RR. THE REPUBLIC. SPRINGFIELD, 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 28. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 230. PRICE TWO CENTS. READS k ! k: f & l . S WEATHER FACTS. P is WUIGTtl Dt. 1 OhlO SlUDUf warmer. rainy v. rath Springfield, O., ) Sept. 27, 1887. J MUST HE 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 nee...

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. — 28 September 1887

REPtTBLTO, 'WEDNESDAY EVESUTG. smWtftfJK 28. is8l NASCIMENTO'S FINE OERBYS I SILK HATS, ALL LEA0IN6 BLOCKS oismrsr .a.t ban"choft's, 4 east maiief street. oim,a'aiaiaBataaais M -a I . gr ".if Jr:5 111 ' 'fl It' If m Ifc- 1 KIRKS WHITE Tha only bran.1 of Laundry Soap &waiuVt ii lut cl.v?i medal at tlio New Orleans 2iHltin. Guaran--Uvd alwiluU'ly I'uu', ami for general household iuriKfces is tlie ery Iks SOAR Springfield grpuMic EVEXIXH A'D WEEKLY: Toe KEl'I BMC prlals tkr e torkaad 1t era iMoclate. l"res llispMrhrs aid thr Uraler CaMe ('orrl;) Trie cr. CM MCHUL1, rxcsiDksr. TIKIS. !. HROWN, SIC'r ASDTKhiS SfllSCflEU! PUBLI5B1SS CQM?I1T. Pub!i$ and Proprietor. TMK KVCNIHW KBPL'BLIO U publishes wi areata except Saaday. ana li aUy reaat rae rate oi 10c. per week. 8lMle ee alee 2s. tut TTEEKI.T BKVCBI.IC Is published eer Thursday, and Is oae ot the mon com plete family newspapers In the country: eljrat paces, markets caniplete. Kepieie wits aews and miscellany. II per tear, lavarlaol...

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. — 28 September 1887

V Ss- s!6aawjaMBtsM iiw wmtoyw n wpw irnr. hi & I- if-.. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE MOHTONU, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, '87 "For Goodrehs Sake Dou'l Say I Told You." ltfturn of prlnallrla'a Karlte Ciniftllenin?. the Ua ol ttie run lmlne pubUe. MIs KITE CASTLETON And her famous company o( couetUns, prfentinctIieconulslf laUi;blnciuct'esi, CRAZY PATCH ! V ith all Its nen pitches ol exquisite humor btrungrr Com pan jr ! Ni w anil llrilllnnt Music! r unnter than Kr! Crazy l'atch the N-aaUeil ( the ludicrous vtrte popular opinion. Trices 7c.Sic.2c eau on le at Harris" Clear More. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE JtKSIIT ONI.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER I, '87 ATUVfcT! AT LAW Special engagtment of th Ureat Musical Comedy, Or, The Laplanders. Praiubod by a Select CompanT of Singing Comedians, introducing all the latest Ssmits and rltlej from eery New ork success. 2 1-2 Hour of Continued Laugh ter. Don't Miss It! Sl'tCIM. This company carries its oa "tHvla! tcenerjr" and "Mechanical I'roper- Kcservet seal...

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. — 28 September 1887

- s, v v ,, -- iOEPUBLIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 28. 1887. tJS - r - f r ?f" ,WS. Wi, - P8 IS? ir v jsT M fe- K MS It I- f - 'ft I; Si BASKETS! JTew lot just opened. I unvli and Traveling Baskets Fancy, Mfiliuui find Cheap Ask to sec the new Rith Baskets. Latest Out. io,tvxavV BARGAIN STltM, tl ) S Vnt Slain as. and 40 Seat Mar. ket SU,CrliigB.eld, O. HATS! HATS! All the LMtlittR Fall St leg at Prices that Tleate. Hatter and Furnisbor, 5 East Main Street. 1! PEOPLE'S COLUMN. raEB ADTEKTISUHO. ft AVAXDAFrERTodaTtheSprtnie!lDiiLt Ife, UReraLiowilMnertsuch"a4a"M"Want' H "List." "For lUsnt." "For :-ale." etc . tn thla I v A!n,n nnm tlm. fr. thrJU times t jr XWeBIV column one tim free, three times for tweaty- &Teeenti, ana Nil rimeiorniiFceui -A TaLHlUFIELUPUB -CO. May21.IST. WaisTtD WAXTEI To borrow from f 1.0UO tn H-Sfl on coodelty property Xddrras 1'. 0. b.n CL ntv. 24 nTANTFU-Cierks and mechanics to know T that ncht scnsoi opens ucioo-rou. mi tlon: rltluir. SH. arithmetic, ...

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. — 29 September 1887

, -.01- - J" - --- ' ' ' " " ... gsajjfcwjw-,' " ' l?i8LS!'l''ytjJ"''l'''"l'''' '"?'''' '''' - " 'WWWf - sr sP3351?- ta: N y mi.. Hnmii I.,....,, i.q.11 MiiiyTijBaiBiMlMMJlillA jrtMlWW J SK' " ' C - aito ftqmblir sop -a as i ' ,JtBsgajMin feato: XIIE GHEAT LOCAL Tsfl3Wsi.PJVl.lSIw. I SPRmGITIEUD, 0., TUUHSDAV EVENING, SKITEMBER 20. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 231. jntt$filftjB EVERYBODY 4 HEADS J THE REPUBLIC. I ft f !?- B WEATHER FACTS. Washington Sept. 2 Ohio M Turrairnli'i weattier llghl . ralus.sUIUoi.nl temperature Sprisgfield, O., ) Sept. 29, 1S87. J ALLJHJLL! The fall inflow has reached every department of our store. If we have a ereat stock of Fall Overcoats and Fall Suits for men, so we have likewise for boys, and for children also. Fall Suitings, too, in our Cus tom Department are noted for their great variety. Under clothing has received its due share of provision. So, too, has the whole line ol Furnish ing Goods. All the Novelties. The smaller articles of dres...

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. — 29 September 1887

MCaSsfS5?KJS5SsTeS3 mmzm&majj!g&gi&s$siasiss$& REPUBLIC, THURSDAY JKV1SMIKG, SJEra&l&EK 50. 1887. . t i. $25,000 ! twenty-five THiOTTSjajsriD XDoriij.is Just received from some of the largest and best manufacturers of the country. The only house in Ohio that ever attempted retailing at wholesale prices no middle men. A saving to every purchaser of at least 10 to 15 per cent. IT you nave never visiieu ine ramous tins rnce duui ana onoe nouse in mo nrcaue, uu su ai uiiue. ne .ane pleasure in snowing our youus. STARKEY &, SCOWDEN, KELLY'S ARCADE. Est1 $25.000 ! I i -Dj II ,g. -JH jr i 1 to KIRKS WHITE JS&VteB.ki3 'S-CJ Th.' :dj ! ii.l of L-uu-drj Strip awarded a lir-t rlist medd at t'.o iiew Urlea'is K usitiiKL OiLiran tevd sImi'iiU Ij -and for plural boustiold iiunwx'i is tho er Lks Spring ficlti gtcpubUf EVEMN. AMI WEEKLY. ThrKtl'l r.Itl prlut1hpAen 3rVn4 rt ra Aas,Mlitra t'risiliviiitrlirs uJ llir l.rotrr C. SI MCHOLS, rates fttsx thos. :. nitons, IC ...

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. — 29 September 1887

jwmiiinTrrrrrnffiiiiiii mij' 'i -ir n - ir t ' .-. KEPCTJ5LT0, TBtTRSDAY EVENING QSPgfiAtBEfi 20 1887. SS2e85SSS5SSMs re-" f 14 B- f II' fcj; ! Is V AMUSEMENTS. Ji'sr ONE MliHT. THURSDAY, SEPT. 29th. TUB MOXARCHs OF THE WORLD. HAVER LY'S tAwtlonud Kuropui.MatiMluB MINSTRELS I'odrr the inanacrnifn t ol W. S. CIrt eland. lIUTflT llnvrriytlmtst KOort. Hat rli Only .Minstrels; llaTerly Newest liest; llaterli 's .Muter More. The eii tlrely new and recently reorganized com pany Includes all you hate ev-r seen! What you haiea't aeenequalediTIie "sonie what dlflereut comedian." Tnecreat musical sings. Wm. B. Wood. Mieppatd and Bryant; decidedly fnuny. Lew MwDcer; the original world's trio. Queen. 6toe and Kandall: the human enlcnia, Hilton; the wonderful tenor. Cottell HrydKCi: la.ll;- pet. Ljfant phe nomenon. Master 1'rrry; the famous prlmo-haratone. Jos. D. Oreen; the danc ing marvels. Howe and Doyle : the eccen tric comedian. EddleManutng: Intelligent conversationalist. Jos Norcross. and...

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. — 29 September 1887

.- " '. ' ' . -t v - "','..l'i'':""':'?r.'V' . "' V --.,'-? 3sSteiSsi rmmmimwmmmmmmmmmmmmm ' ',0 rl-2i'-rz'" i - tP -H! T ' m" 1 1 IV . -.2?s. L. .. IBBiivSRS? MTgyggT " 7iz2fe'. -. 'an ' slab-- mmmmmmmmmmm ' '., M5P .j -.'las, s ik ,:;! -.f -Ail . , H-SB V i. BASKETS! Ken lot just opened. Lunch and Traveling Basket', Fancy, Medium and Cheap Ask to see the new Rush Bankets. Latest Out h-v BAHSAIN STORES. 1 and 93 WVst Main St. and 0 SnUIU. ket St., Springfield, O. HATS! HATS! All the Ltadint; Fall Styles mt Price that Fleate. llatter and Furnisher. 5 Eist Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FKBE ADVF.BTISIHG. 0 iV AXD AFTER Today the Sprtngfleld Dial lUrmLic will Insert sucn -aas as n aau T.nt.""l.-or Hnt" "For Sale." etc In t&U column one time tree, three times tor twenty JlTe cents, and six times for nftrcenu. TUK SPEIHUF1KLD PUB. CO. MayS3.1SS7. WANTED. WAXTED Two bright, active boys, about 14 years old, at the District Telephone of flcoatonce. sla WAXTED-Clerks and mechanics to kn...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 30 September 1887

c" , ess&es&as. 1i KWIJ-UlMW i ' m i ir aBCajsVs) ml HkptMk THE GREAT ETOHYBODY LOCAL IV EVSFAPRa THE REPUBLIC. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 232. SPEINGFIELD, 0., FRIDAY EVENESTG, SEITMMTJER :10. 1887. Jwrisigtidft READS t w B fr It - t 3 S t WEATHER FACTS. IS Wiswstfrov Sept. SV-Ohio: Ka'n. to lovtca dt cooler, c.tarln:; weather. Springfield, O., ) Sept. 30. 1S87. J ALL FULL! The fall inflow has reached every department of our store. If we have a great stock of Fall Overcoats and Fall Suits for men, so we have likewise for boys, and for children also. Fall Suitings, too, in our Cus tom Department are noted for their great variety. Under clothing has received its due share of provision. So, too, has the whole line of Furnish ing Goods. All the Novelties. The smaller articles of dress that come in this department have been looked after care fully, and you may rely upon it that whatever you buy of us in this way you get the latest thing. No old style and out-ot-date articl...

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. — 30 September 1887

smmmmm REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1887. KIRKS WHITE v bs&i&hsA NXV. ' bv VVVsV A HIIS1IAI The only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a lirt rlavs medal at tho New Orlitins KasU!oii. Guarati-tnxlal-olii.rlyiur.aud for ctiinal SOAR Springfield gcpuMit EYEMM. AXD ffEEELY: Tbe HITTItl.lr prlala tar Vw tori .l West era A..rlt1 Pre-- Iilspatrhr- ami the Beater Ca!e (f'rrlca) 1 rlrcr.ra. CM NICHOLS, mki 1KT. THO1-. (i. 1IRUWN. arc' Ajuims. SNilCriELO NILISIIIE GQHPIIT. Publit and Proprietor. THE KVEMINO IIEITHLIC Is published every evenlnteicept Sunday, and U deliv ered at use rate Ji 10c. per week. Mngle copies 2c VHK WKKKt-Y KKI'UIILIU ll publlShjl even Thursday. anl Is one ot the inost com plete family newspapers Id the country: lent faxes, markets complete. Keuete svitn news and nilscellauy. $1 per year. I availably cash In advance. All eommunlcatlocs ana contribution Should be addressed to Cuitm ! Nichols. editor, and all business letters to Tait-iia U. Bao-ra. manage...

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. — 30 September 1887

- "wmvj 't. , f1WWM REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVENING SEPTEINIBER 30 1887. V R I r ' 11 ? r Li. AMUSEMENTS. OX'K MflHT OXLV. TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 4. OSMIUMS IdT.W King's Comedy drama in thrre THE JUDGE ! A PictMreerSoHtkerBLifeortke Present Day, Introducing Cotton Gin In full operation ; luetonly novelty of tile kind ercr used ou anybtafe bup ported Hi tbe following we'i kr. i artists: Louli Mann, t'dwart J. Rate'lffa, James Mass. Audyl'ollom.J. 11 ..t. .Miss Victory Bateman. Miss Hlta O'Neal, Mlas Connie Thonips n FIRST. TtaeJndce's Home at Elton: Planta tion . La Reception SKCOSLi -Interior of the C.ln House; Klton Plantation: Deception THIRD. The fea lew Hotel Lawn at Illloil. Miss Perception. iMHL PRICED BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE. Friday Evening, September 30 lrW(! Opeatwar f th Regwlwr Hcamoa, u ith entirely New Scenery, entirely New Decorations, CTerr thine new, and a drand Orchestra, The romantic emotional at tor. ROBT. B. MANTELL Supported by a strong Dramatic Coin pany. uurtrr the manace...

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. — 30 September 1887

l"- swwn """ I B UIWI, "I' ""' ,g II .. ; lumM I ywffl XtEPrrBUO, FREDA C EVENING, SEP.TEMI3ER 00. 188T. $25,000 ! $25,000! TWENTY-FIVE THIOTTS-AJSTID DOLLARS IIDsT ji Just received frtm tome ef the largest and best manufacturers of the country. The only house in Ohio that ever attempted retailing at wholesale prices no middle men. A saving to every purchaser of at least 10 to 15 per cent. IT you nave never VISlieu ine ramous unu rnuo ouui aim oiiub nuuse in wo ruaue, uu au ai uuuo. nc urnc uiudsure in Hiiuwniy uur yuuus. STARKEY &, SCOWDEN, KELLY'S ARCADE. gy-T-'n ujniw a? -31 'B r-ilV - ; 1 c t I 1ft VJI ' Hatter w h K- j! r i4 BR- if r it 2? fe BASKETS! New lot just opened. Lunch and Traveling Baskets, Fancy, Medium and Cheap Ask to see the new Rush Baskets. Latest Out. BJMQJMN STORES, 1 and US Vnt Main St. and 40 South Mar Bet au, "irliitlna, O. HATS! HATS! All the Leailing Fall Stjles at Prlcei that riease. and Furnisher, 5 Eist Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. rUKK ADVERTISIN...

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. — 1 October 1887

(T'0ia'Ba'aiE:iir?"''v' n-r'iTI iuMMinr n' in .iiMiminii i j UraTfffrff t w-.. gpysrjrwp.y THE GREAT LOCAL! NEWSPAPRH. SPRINGFIELD, 0., SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 1. 1887 PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 233 Id AUA I H EVERYBODY frmflfinfr f F is- x r WEATHER FACTS. E WiQiiTO!.Oct.l Ohio: llcfit cuarces in temnera lure; i n. followed by deal ing wsihf r. Springfield, O., ) October 1, 1S87. J THE WHEN Exhibits the largest stock in the city. We show more Overcoats in fall weights, and more fine and medium Suits for men's, youths', boys' and children's use than any other house in Central Ohio. Workingmen's Suits. Stout stufi as to quality. Built for durability: strong seams, buttons well sewed on ; the kind of suits that any one wants for service. Unlaundried Whito Shirls. We are selling the unlaun dried White Shirt, of New York Mills Muslin, linen bosom, lined with linen, at wholesale prices. That is, you can get a single shirt of us at the rate by the lot. If you need a shirt, come lo...

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. — 1 October 1887

SB3S.-W5a K$-k Vyi3i!l.,,viti- s g.31" "- ' ' 'W"w a i ii. - - igfifji if! sr'n4ffWl'ls6WPTiglB 3E2E2 MwfcHjW ggBSlWWlliiaWIMIWWWWWWi' i ' n . i . mivrmumwmnKSK MMWrMyNTrmjf4 ftw1 REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 1 1887. Jill Iw: 4. FW m FW 1-3 ALLAN QUATERMAIN. By H. RIDER HAGGARD. AVTBOB OF "HSU SOLOMOS'S MISSS." "bHK.M "JS," "TH ITCH'S HUP," ETC CHAPTER XIV. Covtimfd. AS we euwu gasing at tuis splendid sight, of wbicb more anon, there suddenly dashed np to the gateway four chariots, each drasm by two white horses. The first and last of than chariots were occupied hy guard, hut the center two were empty, except for the driver, and to these wa were conducteel. Al phonse and 1 got into the th-st, and Sir Henry, Good and Urmlopogaa into the one bstuad, and then suddenly off we went, and we did go. Anions the Zu-Veudl it is not usual to trot horse eitner riding or ilriv ing especially when the Journey to be made is a abort one they go at full gallop. As soon as we were seated the dr...

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. — 1 October 1887

-J$wait-. '-Jf' mwa-i !) . $ HiiWWUg - IJjjiHWiifliiWWai- TTftfggg&l REPUBIJO, SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 1 1887. SVN,. V(C - LT-ajs , 1 r.r'ra,-! tBCl. ,e. .' it 1 er C-" - "- . I?3ftl3 irTS X-,""W" w 9S3F L-fv. ..i ifes ESI s Eter iTJa laSrg SfcJ SP3I 3? HI !. t mx HE 9h EBB n B6E9B ' AMUSEMENTS. OXK N1011T ONLY. TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 4. ODELL WTLUAMS In T. W. King's Comedy-drama In three acts. THE JUDGE! A Picture of Somtkera Lift) of the Present Day, Introducing Cotton (lln In tall operation ; the only novelty of the kind ever used on any Stage. Supported by the following we'i -known artists : Louli Mann. Edward J. Ritc'lff. James Mass. AndyCollom.J. II. ..eddliig. MIH Victory Bateman. .Ml Rita O'N'eal. MIm Connie Thombsen. FIRST. The Judge's Home at Elton ; Planta tion, i uecepiion. SECONI. Interior of the tSIn House; Elton riantatlon: Deception. TIIIRU.-The Sea View Hotel Lawn at liiloil Alln. Perception. I'SUAL PRICES GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE K1UHT ONLY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 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. — 1 October 1887

i,wffimmmwMMM'ir!ujim REPTTBIIO, SATTJitPAY EVENING OCTOBER i 188T. """" ' " a 911 I t ill BILL NYE ON HOTELS Telia Story on CrUw.lt., tit Fat Contributor. America Las made many gigantic sliilt, add from those mail nt the battle of Hull Kltu,and her eople ti-riil much of their limn pointing witii ride to her rauarLalatinr CTBA, lit we itre pixm to duel. toi murli upon our adc antagtw a m miner rtort uiul or ailmit rmlbI. uf dtv luutitf t h? prvideiu before e aiu a Led, liil we frgwt vine of uriuorv iutjtortnnt s'i.prm-ii-it, liLe the avatl railnny and the Aimricau Itotv! Lt u, for a mom-rut, KA at the Rnat changw that Uae Iteeu wrought lit Intel. .unug the past cvn!ur. How iimi Lvd ha. lireo the impingement nml how wonderful tfae atlionct-ment! Ierihin has Uvu change. Een thetonfKhaeUeii(.htt?ivil! Bctric liclb, oonutuip of a Ion; anil alert wire with an overcoat button at one end and a reticent boy at the othei, have taken the ptooBof the human oice and a low LrotJ rod elm club. Wh...

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. — 1 October 1887

-"" -s-'issf-. - AfeiesB BSSsSSRaa-atsms-jMm iwCfwwaw p" in, ww WiwiiiBMff rw t'lptrmtmi 'tfw r -, vt' - BEPTTBLIO, SATURDAY EVEKIK6 OCTOBER 1 188T, VHwiiii nM. . ,., . i i mi ! i iiti -ism m n r i n S"Mftas.aMCstwwiiMMaBSWwW.WWafMys1jpM)HB3MBMBlJSfc'1 'HSPr" i .--v - - . i J t- If ri. t.IU.Im.lih A pble domestic aerrnnt In onr cities may annually lay by b bum equal to tbe Income upon $ 3,lk in goTtrnment bonds; and an Industrious mechanic. In steady employment, earn n sum equal to the interest of f 20,000 at 4 per cent. A team- ter in Montana or a cowboy in Colorado llnds that his strength and skill are worth to him, in money each joar, as much as would lo $40,000 invested in the s-nnio lands, even if ho could buy them at par The lawyer or physician in a country town, who cams hi $J,000 annually, if suddenlv delwrred from practice would require f 60,000 in lunula to yield liim the funic income; and the editor In chief of a great city daily has a power in his brain wwrth W him, in h...

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. — 1 October 1887

i -. . CTjeMwsBgj6saae85Bw ssSEs&ms&ssszszzzz p, w . . ?nraw.Hij i mt y.'Tir m5?saafflasae8aa:iMiagiiCTO3aBEi ww'w'dim ft BEPtTBUO, SATUBDAY EVES ESQ, OOTOBER 1, 1887. I KIRKS WHITE RussiaN Tho only brand of Laundry Sop awarded a first class medal at tho New Orleans Exjiositlon. Guaran teed absolutely pure, and for general household purpura U Uio crybcs SOAR Springfield grpublit ETEMNU AND WEEELT; Te 8t Pl'Bl.ll" prlats the e Turk aad Tl et era AuorUtrJ Press IILpatrkr aad the Heater l'! I orelaa) Trlesraas. C M. N1C1IOL. t-grsolT. Till)!. 1. 11ROWN. SSC'ViNDTat. sniUFIEUJ F83LISMIG CQMP1IT. Publit and Proprietors. THE KTEtUXO KKITIU.IU It published ever evening except Sunday, and la deliv ered at the rate at luc. per week, btngle copies ic. THE WKKKLT KKI'UIILIU publish! even Thursday, an J Is one of the mint com plete Umily newspapers In theeountrr: eight paxes, markets complete. Repiete with news and miscellany. 1 Pr ear. Invariably cash In advance. All coramnalcatloas an...

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. — 1 October 1887

.- &X2&'yt0nmV-rw&mi,mi REPUBLIC?, SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 1 1887. f"WH "1 &- I u MARY JANETS TKAVELS. ORESDEN, SAXONY, WHERE ORES DEN CHINA IS MADE. EXNHlra and Unlocked for rollleneas of tb People or the German Countries. T. Sistlnv Madonna lMcluren, Mi ad Porcelain. Special Oorrenndence J Dkisoex, Saaony, Sept. '.' llre-slen, Sax- ony.U my date line, but Dresden, China, is what I wanted to write it, l-cnu.-e a train acquaintance of mineraid ihe otherdav that she bad heard so much atrout Pre-slen ch.na that she thought Prtsdeu was m China until she discovered by the guide book that it wot in Saxony. Dresden is called the "Florence of th North," and it is a great place for alt an' Amencaus. jui as me or flounce is, , ntUr thm , a ,,,, T ,.., At first I thought our fellow citiirns earned up the difference, the workman utilize every here for the lov e of art, and I lgau to flatter ,,article of dust and wiyje. He soaks the stems mjself that before the very far distant...

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. — 1 October 1887

rw.yi" v nw f wg n.vw p.ir.piii ! i .. . , i i j u"ail"'ii.Jijii."Vyat HjutujUO, SATUHDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1. 1887. BASKETS! - -jfe i fciiti iiiiFiii rri Ft M n vz&rsgm BLv --i -43f". v Kt"?Si ia ?&&4 - r.."i. ." New 1st jast opened. I unrh acd TrTtHig Basket-, Fancy, Median and Ckeap Aak te see the new Kuh Baskets. Latest Out. lYvcWC BAMAIM STORES. 1 aaa Wast Mala M. aad 40 South Mar. ! ktSL,t)prlna-flld,0. . HATS! HATS! All the Leading- Fall Stjleii at Prices that l'lea-e. Matter and Furnisher, 5 Eist Mala Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. IUI ADVERTISING. OH AKD AFTER Today the Springfield Dint aarcsiic will insert such "ads" as " Wants" -ton." -For Beat." "For sate." etc . In this aalasaa a time trae. three times for tweatj Bvaaaati. and six times for fifty cents. tuksprimofieLdpubco. Mayg.l7. WANTED WANTED-Everybodf to know that.Mrs. r. M. Monfort has returned from an ex toaded Tislt to Cincinnati and is prepared to furnish her patrons with the latest styles in dressmaking. ...

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