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

LOCAL UtlJU!lUlV Wwpm Slr1 sfe- Sft. r ir t m t. VOL. XXXIII NO. 234. SPRINGFIELD, O., MONDAY EVENING , CXTO.BER 3. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. WEATHER FACTS. B WiSHPtGTOK.Oct. 1 Ohio: Sllchl chaniie In tempera tnre: rain, followed by clear nc w earner. P Springfield, O., 1 October 1, 1887. 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 stufl as to quality. Built for durability: strong seams, buttons well sewed on ; the kind of suits that any one wants for service. Unlaundried White Shirts. We are selling the unlaun dried White Shirt, of New York Mills Muslin, linen bosom, lined with linen, at wholesale prices. That you can get a single shirt us at the rate by the lot. vou need a shirt, come look at these : we have others, of course, and will gladly show vou the whole line, whether you want to buy or not. G...

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 October 1887

. -.-:..-. t .- -. -v- 3- - REPUBLIC, MONDAY EVEKEJTQ, OCTOBER. 1887, tea ihm:.: .-apegQsj-t-y lt ,i7- -,., -fiSii' iijMaVTMlBjWwifc Wr W' ....... -.. .. a- i .. Et F 1 .,"11 v.- for KIRKS WHITE BiisssaN The only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a first cl.i-s nicd-d at tun New Orleans K.sit!ou. Ou.iran teed nbnohuvly juir.', aiul for poiieral household turi--es. is the very bes priugficid gcpubliit ETEXIXti AM) WEEKLY: The KITI Itl IC rlnKll.f sw lrlni et era Aa.-i.tr.l l'r- Hiilr h-s and lln- ltrr CaMr 'torrlcn) Trl-cr.m. C M. NICHOLS. 1UO-. !. HKOVtN ritrs-piCM sKC't ASP TRIAS. SrSIISFIELO PilSLISHIHS CDMFAST, Publis and Proprietors TdK iTinimi itti't r.i.:c l published every event acex?e;t Sunday, and Is aeitv ered at lue rtta I IPC per week fclnglf copies is. TSK WJSEK1.Y UM-tiui.io is published every Thursday, and Is one of thmostcum plete family newspapers In tte country. elxht pages, markets coxplete Kep.e'e with news and miscsll.sy. II per year Invariably easli In advance. All...

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 October 1887

::i-rn--: .Jfrrg-rjy-iT,. Tlffl Ifi n "f 'Flt?im .-"-' -.-rss- . iniwm.TmiiiiWiiwrnaM nam m wwwwwBjBawMWWwpwBi - - - EEFTXBIIO, MONDAY EVEKIG OCTOBER 3 1887. jgsafescggga "V V. IB 3rsi i f 1.1 AMUSEMENTS. OXK XHIUT 0L. TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 4. ODELL WILLIAMS In T. W. Klnc's Comedy dram. In three acts. THE JUDGE! A Picture of Southern Life of the Present Day, Introducing Cotton ttln In full operation ; tneonly noYeltY of the klutl rter u?l on anybtajte. up ported by tt foIlonfiiK wV' known artists - LouM Maun, Ltlward J. Rite 13. Jame Mann. Amly CWIom. J. Il.uetltllnic. Mil tctorj Hate-man. Miss RIU O'Neal. Mtss Connie Thompson FIRbT. TheJuiUe'a Home at Elton. l'lanta tton. La Reception. SECOND- Interior of the (.In House; 1 Uon IM an tat Inn ? tlMtittnn TlIIRb.-Ttteralew Hotel Lawn at RIIoil. Mm. l'crrrptlon. IMJL I'K1CE GRAND OPERA HOUSE UK SIGHT OM.1. MONDAY, OCT. 3, 'S7 Kafacemeat of the Favorite Comedian. F. Ai Hbx&lns.ln the Charntlnt: Domestic ComeOy, THE DOCTOR An adaptio...

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 October 1887

"r ' - if. ilEPHBIJO, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3. 1887. :ON: Sua ik- SEAL SACQUES! SEALSACQUES! GUARANTEED TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LOWER THAN CINCINNATI PEDDLERS. & r i r r -ria .:58r Hf" ;s It - 5fl .-. fie iJO D ACICTCI CALIFORNIA BAbltl5!TOURSTS! New lot just opeHed. Lunch and Traveling Baskets Fancy, Medium and Cheap Ask to see the new Rush Baskets. Litest Out. fcte&WwCA Q BARSAIN STORES. 1 and B3 tvv-t Mat n St. and 40 SoaUi Mar ket St., Sprlnfltd, O. PEOPLES COLUMN. FKEE AUVHRTISIKO. OV AND xTTER TodaT the SprtnfleM pat. Riirucwilllniertuch. d W"S. Lnt." "For Rent." "For ale.- etc . in tola column one time tree, three times for tweaty BT. cent.. and .ix $ &$. C0. May 23.1S7. WANTED WANTW-Lady. active and Intelligent, to , Mn ...n, in hrnwnloea!ltT.anold firm: refereneegvenndeoulred: permanent po- glte'.. I??.?.' " Blxach"-W" WAXTEK Uorkof any kind. by an indus trious youns man. Address Richard Lewis. city. WA"T!:D-Eerybodyto knowthatMrs. s. M. Monfort has returned fro...

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 October 1887

liit.iiwirrtaaaaiiaej.rLWIWlift'lft','W it.' iwj.aji teMiawrgwwa8ggaawlavjntKgi: aJaSlg&tgsasggsaa -2irf8:3 IP 1 - BiISsy" -is-N a ftanduir 6S E TORYBODY THE GREAT :3rt-3 LOCAL THE REPUBLIC. NEWSPAl'KH. SPKENTGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVEJNTNU, OCTOBER I. 18S7. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 235- 3gaass5iss T3223SB Jiimttijfwlft J) HEADS L WEATHER FACTS. E irHIflTnf "hlr Colder. lair weather, frosts, t-eeilng weather In northern Ohio iii.i.KbA Springfield, O., ) October 4, 1S87. J OjOTJ. Many meanings to it. Odd sometimes refers to lines of goods that have been broken the sizes remaining being incomplete. We use it here in the sense ol not matching other garments. For instance, we have knee trousers for children which we call OJDJD. That is, you can buy a pair of these trousers separate from a suit. Many mothers do not understand this. They suppose they must buy a whole suit ; not so, as long as our stock of these trousers which we call Holds out. It Youths' Trousers have in a fine ...

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 October 1887

5&2s&G&8smBB8mim -w 5SaaS3l(SWl "'i?? ," ."V"' .'-Ji- REPtTBLIO, TUESDAY EVESING, OCTOBER 4. 188? Jr." : Sh; Ik" I - 41 p- sr -if I 4 It 1! KIRKS WHITE HussiaN The only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a first class modal at tha New Orleans Exposition. Guaran teed absolutely pun, anil for general household puriwwi is tiio very bes SOAR jFyringfirld jBqjublit EYEKIXU ANU WEEKLY: Tli BtlMT.l.ir rrintv the ew tori J VI est era ta-wiildl Vtr- IlKpal. lii- sail the liratrr t'afcle (corrip") Trles-ws. . M NICHOLS, rKKS.OkNT. TIH". i. iikown. SsC'v AMITBKAS. SriilCHEL. FOSLISKiHB CGV.PUT. Publis and Proprietors. THI KV EVEMINO KKIT1U.1C ll published leTffidoi except sunosy. and Is dellT- ared at l"ie rate ol 10e. ier week, blade eoploaic tHK WEEKLY RKrtJBLlC il pabllibed Ten Thursday. '- " one ot t&e most com plete family newspapers In the country: Uht pages, markets complete. Kepiete wltb news and miscellany. II per r. Invartablf eain lu advance. All communication and contrib...

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 October 1887

.w nuT,vr-1mg?w-'-xr-arT -- - i - I,, ,., KMvmr-ifflrfiT -irr--- '" ,at-w-s-aa-qA---a8i 4 REFUBUO, TUESDAY EVENIZfrti ftCTOBEK 4 1887 PP ' " w 1 Ks- SI ssa j 1 a MbeBI ' -IC,! AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE MIUUT OM V. Thursday Evening, October 6. Special ennccmrnt of the Cbarmtni: and eilfted VERNQNA JARBEAU scrroavEi rv WILL ft. SUSIMti. KICUAKU K. CAH iinn msicrv NTAMMMH. IIKnMK CLK icLANO, ANMK.MITIIKIIUM), And the troBKrtt Musical Comedy Company everseeulnSprlngfleld is In number In the sparkling farctvcomedy, STARLIGHT! Hy Fred. S. Musclar and Host, frmtr. W. P. BROWN, MUSICAL DIBECTOB. Prices 75e. 50 and SSe. 8et on sale at Har its'sClEarMore. OXK MDIIT OXLV. SATURDAY EVNG, OCT. 8th. THE XATURIL IRISH COMKMAN. DANIEL SULLY IN HIS HEW DOMESTIC PLAY. DADDY NOLAN! srrruartn bv an- ExcellentCompaoy of Comedians Intro4uctac Incident. If New Sontr. Muite. lUnces and tbowlnr mn excellent working model of the treat Brooklyn BtKse. Admtaaion 25;. SOc and 75c No extra charge for res...

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 October 1887

'"nKeHIIMMMsRMMMlSMMissaWt ifflPUBIIO, TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 4. 1887. ! i -If m ' t 1 POTATOES! II PEfl BUSHEL ForaFewDysOly. AT EITHER STORE. kl0vJUc BARUM STORKS. t and 93 VThI Main Mtwt rad SO Boat Market Strart. Sprlngilld, Ohio. MEN'S UNDERWEAR J St; Esssffissasi F30NT VIEW Tie "Chet Shield" In all grades. Com plete lines ot Camel's Hair. Scarlet. While and Clouded Merinos, and winter weight lUlbrigyan. Tke Shirt Maker, Hatter u4 Far niar, Ett lain Street. PEOPLES COLUMN. ran advertising. ftV l'D 4FTER Today the Sprlncfleld Dim V KircBLic will insernucn"aas"sa--wanis" "L-st." -Vnr Rent." "For Sale." eta . In tbla eoluronone time free, three times for twenty ve cents, and six nines lor nrty cents THE SPRINGFIELD PUB- CO. May23.1M7. TD. TITANTED-FverrtindT to UowtVt Mrs f, IT M Mnnfrtrt.iUS Onterst .hssreturneu from an extended vl.lt to Cincinnati and Is prepared to f urnlsh her patrons with the latest styles In dressmaklnc Ladles are respectfully I nrited to call and examine ...

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 October 1887

&m3$b.. -c2criSSSZSBS8as5ssw S.- ailsfr.S tii,ww MmfeHOtfi &wagWjj.WqffUi.i i i ' pMjSTfiry--wWJWk,3g ii 1. 1 maun .temmtanisntpK-r i,m.mnniWiiilWiiiii UK" in V EVERYBODY yntifi NEWSPAl'KR. THE REPUBLIC. SPEINGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVEiiTNG, OCTOBER ."i. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 236 PRICE TWO CENTS. lVJ THE GREAT B LOCAL, HEADS .JMk JoVl PraVMnVn .. fr I- Ill WEATHER FACTS. S WiSK sOTOS.O't. 5 Ohio Co.u.-r. Itclit rains followed by aimer, talr v eat btr Springfield, O October 4, 1SS7 , OIDID. Many meanings to it. Odd sometimes refers to lines ol goods that have been broken the sizes remaining being incomplete. We use it here in the sense ol not matching other garments. For instance, we have knee trousers for children which we call ODT3. That is, you can buy a pair of these trousers separate from a suit. Many mothers do not understand this. They suoDose thev must buy a whole suit ; not so, as long as our stock of these trousers which we call OIDID Holds o:it. It is so with Youths...

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 October 1887

'mSsj-. - " TiTii f ay7HudMf i4ffaA,5!n-.. IZ -f?fiTy35tfPW-VWrfnffHOT".ii .-.rn .., .. -n.-1---Tr.iir. rn ., , -r rniiirirffflJiHrrf r nr ,rmtm, m. ,. r- i ...., .,. -e--W ,ttlS&!S&JKSr-l ..... . . . .,.. . ,. - iL- 1.J-- 3 . ,- TyaTOMaKjagi. - . jMgiv , Hi ni.miran RTjfftJBLIO, WEDKESDAY ETESPTG, QgfOfllSR 5, 1837. c-sjs-t-, - , - vftJtfSjfcfjfBJfJjnflpaMBJJI I r -l; 'iB KIRKS WHITE RussiaN The only braiij of Laundry Soap warded a first cla.vs medal at tho Kcw Orleans Evisisitioiu tiuaran tced absolute ly pure, ami for general household purpciJ U tliu verj' bes SOAR $fringfirltl Republic ETEMSU AM WEEKLY; Tae KIT! n If print the f.w tort and rt era Associated Press lli.iiatrhr and the Itralrr l'M ( rrln) TrlrcrM. C. M. MCHOLS, rales DkT TIIOS. C. IIKOU V SEC'V ANDTKkAS. SPlIlEHELe MUSIHC GOMPAiT, Publit and Proprietors. itknimo liri-i iilic lirmb lined MMamtnlniflt SUnllf. tnd IS deliv ered at the rate ol 10c. per week. blngle copies ac niK WEEKLY Kt:i'UHLIU ll published e...

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 October 1887

Iv , , T"iVVyiVrt,iCTJr.rrTfc-.-wff-.l in - -.iI-m-w. f.rr-. ifcm.rr-.-rrn .MUiefl&esasSgstSSaSrSKni IM- in i.hij -r-rr if--yV"ln I i I iTi'i fi --i ' " BMWWlfca?! REPUBLIC, WEDKESDATEVEKG OCTOBER 5 1887. KstS ' i f i- f AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE MIGHT OM.1. Th.rsiay Evening, October 6. Special engagement at the diamine and (lifted WM JARBEAU srrroaTtn B WILL H. avWKO. KICHAIUl K. CK atOLL. BARKY STAN DISH, HEM-IK CUVtELAM O. AJfSIK sUTHt KLAMI, And thi Strongest Musical Comedy Company eier seen In Springfield-3 In number la toe sparkling farce-comedy. STARLIGHT! By IVest. O. M ad.r and Bob. Frmrrr. W. P.BBOWH.MCSICAL DIRECTOR. Price 75e. Mc and 25c. Seat on sale at liar- it' Clear More. ONE NIllHT ONLY. SATURDAY EVN6, OCT. 8th. THE NATURvL IRISH COMEDIAN. DIMEE SULLY IN HIS SEW DOMESTIC PLAY. DADDY NOUN! atrroBTiD nr ax ExcellentCompany of Comedians Introdncinc Incidentally New Soncn. Music. Dances and showlnr an excellent worktnr model of the treat UrooUjn Brldse. Admi...

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 October 1887

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmatim ?? , 5EPUBLI0, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 5 1887. T TO STAY! EVERYBODY IsTOTIOB ! THE BOSTON SHOE STORE HAS CHANGED HANDS! And will spew with a full line of goods, which we intend selling at Bock Bottom Prices. Call and examine some of leaders in Gents' Shoes at $1.50 and $2, and Ladies' at $1 25, $1 50 and $2. R. C. DOWRIE, Manager. 3 gWiy"fnaip,fftiHWWBi B 11 imlr . isV . r 1 1 J fkU I-. fr I '4 '-I ' 3 -.31 - .5 MJ -m"-- -jb S3S .. fc 1W K II POTATOES! II PER BUSHELPDCKETGOOKSTOVE I RarAtrflnc With ttlfa nvM ItfTltt For a Few Days Oaly. AT EITHER STORE. IMX VvWCo BAROAIM STORES, Bl mnd 3 West Main 8trt and 40 South Market Mrwt, tiprlngflelit Ohio, FRONT V1CW The "Chest Shield" In all (trades. Com plete lines of Camel's Hair. Scarlet, nite ana u.ouaeu .mauius, and winter weight Balbrlggan. Te Sblrt Snier, Htter u4 Fr Dither, 5 Et MI StreeU PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FRISK ADVERTISING. ON ND AFTER Today the Sprtncfljliix. KcrcBLic will Insert tucbraa." '! -Ltt,""Kar Rent...

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. — 6 October 1887

ES&l -. tK MitSSKSSSSSS jCrJUfJ&ZT' ' 'Ti i iu .-rwi-IEWWWSy ft- " 5i " St&nwnrji pMr3'wiemcsK.Nti.wpa "V J X"?K- prittjtflelfr THE GREAT LOCAL NEWSPAl'KH. EVERYBODY THE REPUBLIC. 1 VOL. XXXIII NO. 257 SPRESTGFIELL, 0., THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOIJER 0. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. s-i zmmi jl-j srr. - iatti gjptMfc. READS BKNBm i n N B- . If- It Rv Jf WEATHER FACTS. AtHlSGTUX.O't OhiO plSK Micr. liktit rams lollowed warmer, fair weather Springfield, O., October 6, 1S87. B Is the full moon nearest to September 23, hence the moon that fulled on October 1, and is now full, is the harvest moon. It is so called because forseveral successive evenings it rises about the same time, instead of a half to three-quarters of an hour later each night, as it ordinarily does. It was called so because, as it came at harvest time, the early ages of the world thought it was a dispensation of Providence for the benefit of the harvest. This is also the time to Harvest Overcoats. These should resemble...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 6 October 1887

iasmssS?ssiSSSssi&a&ssrzrz REPTJBLIO, THURSDAY EVEKPTG, OCTOBER GJ1887: p- i-i k,T?.Th. to STAY! HEBE TO STAY! HERE TO BT-A-IT ! EVERYBODY IsTOTIOE! THE BOSTON SHOE STORE HAS CHANGED HANDS! And will open with a full line of goods, which we intend selling at Rock Bottom Prices. Call and examine some of leaders in Gents' Shoes at $1.50 and $2, and Ladies' at $1 25, $1 50 and $2. R. C. DOWRIE, Manager. tSs- fc' 1. 99 r w. t K u .- f i :A I m 43 I KIF.JVS WHBTE DiisisaN The only bii.-I of Laundry Sonp awarded a In t ntlal at t!.o Kew Orleans Eiition. 5u.iraii teed abwhit Iv iin .unl for mural household uiin-i is tlio irj bo SOAR The October Knirn contains eleven es as. arguments on topics of tlie time, puin-lieil vvitli more or less of the traces of literature Shaker John !. Carlisle, in the Iiatlnu article. "Tlie Continuance of Democratic Utile," allows himself weaker with the 111 thin he is tisiiall with the ioiicne. lie had not a verj happy theme, it i- true, hut he has not 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. — 6 October 1887

5QfflaBK!GSS55SSSSS-v . ., .rtiyatsyEsynswiirtw ,---a0HS3GiSEtaJSw, w&iagaoieHA,tAijj. -. -v. "-v-.. ms REPUBLIC, THURSDAY EVEOTNG OCTOBER G 1887. - wh frvSI 11 r J -V3 ih A .4 - - j '.3 ? J AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE MIGHT UN LI, j Thursday Evening, October 6. I-pecial eusaKeme nt ol the Charnilnc and liUtrd VERNQNA JABBEAUi si FP'IETMI BV 1 WILL 8. KHIXi:. KICIIAKU K. tWK- KOI.L MtUliriTtMihH, Itt.vMI. I CLK KUM.ANMK1 Ill-- .M. And the rr.mccst Mnn-itConied Company eierseenln.irli.i;field.i In number In the sparklluK tarcc-coraedj. STARLIGHT! lly Frrl. U. Mnnler nml ll.ibt. Frairr. W. P. BROW ', Ml'MCAL UIRECTOR. lrlce TV;. Wc and iie !-Mts on sale at H.xr Hi' ClKar Mre ONENIrtHTOVLx. SATURDAY EV'NG, OCT. 8th. THE XVTl KvL IRIMI COMEDIAN. DANIEL SULLY IN" HI NEW DOMESTIC l'LAi. DADDY NOLAN! HrrroHTKp r Excellent Company of Comedians Introdurinc Incident. Iy New Sons. -Music. luticr" HDd !i....ur an eiceUVnt uorklnc model il the crrat UrooUjn Bridce. Admission i. VcandTV...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 6 October 1887

inttut&u. . tttbu. ,ua. ... fee-s3Si'ftjwi' Mimmr I...H r,tit,a,wrU0f0$ aEPtrgLJC, TffUKSDA? VNIKG, OCri 0B3BR u. ififift i TiTi1--n(iirir -' - -T mm n i i ' - REVOLUTION IN DRY GOODS! GRAND FORMAL OPENING! &': JOHN WIN'S NEW MARKET ST. DRY GOODS STODE, 27 AND 29 S. MARKET ST. - The Handsomest Dry Goods Store in the City, to which the People of Springfield and Vicinity are Cordially invited. Absolutely New Stock in Every Department. Entire and 'at M -i - VfW --. -.."-if ' ' & ' - - - -,i . , -, ' .'.; :& - "" . -'-J . -ilr - -2 -II -.-v-fl -. 53 ar. :.3 V" A" :jf I respectfully call the at'ention of my friends and the public in general to my grand opening of new Fall and Win- ttr Dry Coeds, which I jest purchased in the East, and which yeu will And te be net only cheap, but the best values se far heard of in this city. Everything in the store newi aid attractive, and my prices for first-class goods will be the lewest. No baits thrown out to attract your attention, an...

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 October 1887

rBa0V3XXIS3&fSi&azoll, -MC3Er-.,ra,-3Xf-a &V3k nttfif wl gfetttg JfcptiMir TIIK GREAT LOCAL NEW8P.VPK I. ? :-ta.-J SPBmGFIELD, O., FJ&IDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 7. 1887. s?y-!.! VOL. XXXIII NO. 23S. 2 PRICE TWO CENTS. :' " '- "g aarfWfcfcw. St t EVERYBODY J HEADS 1 THK nKPiniT.Tri J mm "4 c- WEATHER FACTS. P P TTakhiiotiik. Oct. 7. Ohio Fair weather, followed by rain online. warmer. Springfield, O., October 6, 1887. Is the full moon nearest to September 23, hence the moon that fulled on October i, and is now lull, is the harvest moon. It is so called because forseveral successive evenings it rises about the same time, instead of a half to three-quarters of an hour later each night, as it ordinarily does. It was called so because, as it came at harvest time, the early ages of the world thought it was a dispensation of Providence for the benefit of the harvest. This is also the time to Harvest Overcoats. These should resemble the harvest moon in being "full." They should be...

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 October 1887

. I llilMIW If IK III I I .1. .PII'I.Mlf.Jt.Ti r "Ar-.sif5.'-Ais.T---3?-. -? ! 3ejjllSfeafliscBi ifiirmf Bm i'ii iMtmiaatiMiffMiIi in i i in Mnnsimiim m iwuiiuiuiiijuinjijii ji uiuw-wj .. i. . i.. , vriTvrrY rr tmmVtf Trrrxno rrr niA-nnT, r. .. JX.Ilil"UX-LaV, JilLL.rV.X JCiVXjXllXU, VOiUJiJCitt i, 100. & ,SI;asMMcMiSSS33Me)0n.-, ". u 4 -j ."H P :-.ie- 'Vi kv Lf- 5 i: 3 , r t: .-- ?' 1&W ir t 3 vi ::A i if .& 4i 'I? I f a at !1 '11 13 F -ti KIRKS WHITE YvLcoxve. A HussiaH Tho only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a fht class medal at tho New Orleans KvpoMtiou. Guaran teed absolutely pure, and for Rvneral household purposes ' tlie very bes SOAR Springfield jttrpublit ETEXINt. AXU WEEKLY: T REPI'MJC prlnl. the e Inrk ! Wet era iwarillrd l'rrs l:ilrhr aad tlir Kratrr t'aKe (r orrUn) Trleeram. C M. NICHOLS. mcsTDor. THUS. !. 1IKOWX, SKr'V ANDTBKAS. SfltlCriELU FBEUSIIIE CIINI., Publishers and Proprietor. TBI KTKNIMO Ktrt'isUC U published every eventiu except Sunday, ana Is deli...

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 October 1887

ht. - K'-s- -r - -...iss,., . M3nss9&BK&rtEi?i!nasKMur HrtilXTM.il. REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVENING OCTOBER 7 1887. m: u E ?- 3 M f -. - j, AMUSEMENTS. iBjffigraffijg ONK MlSHT OXLY. SATURDAY EVN6, OCT. 8th. THE NATURAL IRISH COMEDIAN. DANIEL SULLY IN HIS NEW IH)MESTIC PLAY. DADDY NOLAN! irrrosHD r as, Excellent Company of Comedians Introducing Incidentally New Songs. .Music. Dances and nhoalnr an excellent worklni model of the treat Brooklyn Rridce. Admission K;. ,vic and "Ts-. No extra charge for reserved seats. The Reason Why Ayer's Pills are so popular la. that while always reliable as a cathartic medicine, they never leave any 111 eifccts. This is because they are purely vegetable, and entirely tree from calo mel or any other dangerous drug. In all cases, therefore, whether the patient be old or young, they may be confi dently administered. In the Southern and Western States, where derangements of the liver are so general, Ayer's Pills have proved an in estimable blessing. V. ...

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 October 1887

aVaaVaaVaaVaaVaaVaaVaBBY . ' vfe.-'frSiW'-T5 ii--jr"''"v, ,v i- j" '-' ,-T-. - -,-'- ..v - '. if xOSPTTBUO, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7. 188T. rss'-sr. Ti it ibm Jfelj Ufarii REVOLUTION IN DRY GOODS! GRAND FORMAL OPENING! fo r ???5- " " M"" Saaaaaaai I aaaSSaaaaaaaaaaai Sim p HI Hi, . ll lliPS, I" WREN'S NEW MARKET ST. DRY GOODS STORE, 27 AND 29 S. MARKET ST. aaaaaSBaaWaBBaa aaaBBaa aaa MaCvBiBaaKii3BBM assaBBsa Bl assBBaai aMaP' aJELiaV aaSalaaBV, saBLaaaBa bCB LBPKaBrKa ) i 'I. r P . y I - - Ik. ,i !i i ----:-i &4 l&fcv - -- . ;. ;. ' - M- -JK" $s- ,3 '-I -; he. Handsomest FisS.-3 I respectfully call the attention of my friends and the' public in general te my grand opening of new Fall and Win-; ter Dry Gttdt which I jvst purchased in the East, and which you will find tt be not only cheap, but the best values ' si farheard of In this city. Everything in the store newl and attractive, and my prices for first-class goods will be the lewest. No baits thrown out to attract your ...

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