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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 October 1887

-: r iTssT V sMS3&sveaw2m'wsEcS: 'ii ii iiini fj 11 mm iHhmh it iiiiiiii faij wmafffiiniiniiiiiin wiviM'lpPfi1l rrfr 'ifeiiriLiw' twi.uii ii iiiatiwwiMiMittMwwawi MjpwW rr ysl THE FEB PIES' DAILY NEWSPAPER, THE REPUBLIC. PUSH FAU. TRADE HI AIlVERriSIJiG IX THE REPUBLIC. VOL. XXXIII NO. 247 SPRINGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVENING. OlTOBER 1-?. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. Ja jptmuc. ftytivyrfkw fj F r i cr WEATHER FACTS. aWl Wam WJFalr. rABHIGTO.00t. IS OhlO either, cooler Springfield. O., ) October iS, 1887. A TALK OX TROUS ERS ! Trousers this season, says Fashion's decree, are being made wide, with a wide spring at the bottom, or com ing closer at the ankle, giving a sligtitly peg-top effect. They will be mostly in stripes, and light trousers will be worn more than they have in pre vious winters. There are also some new trousering in dark stripes, one of the oddest be ing black upon black. We have them wide "a yard wide and all wool," so to speak. Style The "fetchingest" things ever seen he...

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. — 18 October 1887

IS r I REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18. 18R7. n. 2 i --$si -fl F- ..M lie lf iSiSV" if is im air KIRKS WHITE BussiaN The only brunl of Laundrj Soap awardeil ii first d.tss initial at thu New Orleans Kj.i'jiiil Guaraii tvoJ absolutely 'n,auii for general household iniqsisis, is tho M.ry Us SOAR pringfidd Republic EYENIMJ AMI WEEKLY; Thrlttrl 111 It riiilsllircn lorWlt rrh IsstHlatr! I'rrss llt.pjtirh-. ami the 1'r.Ur laMr 'twrricio Trlir-M. tikis. :. HKOilX, 8ii - ms . MCIIOL. rsts PKT. SFillEFlELfl FUELISHIKC C0HF1IT, Publishers and Proprietor. THK KYKMNO iili-i MIC l publUlKsJ An Incident ol.scne.Ib only a few took ererreTei.irsei'-ept SJuJty and 1 dt!t- I"41'1' "' c'1- "" of the cademy of eredat mr rte oi Us., per wee... Mngle I Music last l'rida evening. nn the occa-' eopleiic. i sion of the preiil-nt' reception, winch THK WKKKLY KLfUHMU Ii publlihed "el,t " toward I';montrating the j Terr TnnraJ-ij. and ts oueof themustcom woman tact possesssl by the wife of th plete famil...

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. — 18 October 1887

-ilBSgSgSSSS&teatefim Mimpji.wuMip ajiimisT tfcwTlWBTMllkl kUiltMUBW. jN ' ""(2 REPTJBLTO, TUESDAY EVETm-TG OCTOBER 18 1887. I fl-S ! ii- L i B?. AMUSEMENTS. DIE KH ONLT 111 SfflllDII NIMH -ruMM-tClM MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 87. ,11! 33 Artits lieadfd ty tilt t litrtnliu, Petlle rnm:i I'onna, LUCILLEJflEREDITH Pjwerfjl Clinrni, Strong fa and a (Jean! Orchestra of Tea l'iecea. The following Heperlnlre will be fresente during the engagement " Tuesday Evening. MIKMio Uelncsdav IVng I lll.MIXil NOKM MY Thu-day Lvrntng U0IIKM1 V " :IKI. Friday Hientnir Ol.IVIM !K Situ-day Matinee MIK Vim Bitjrlay Kveuiui. oLIVKTTK Admission lV:.i"c, 1 and v Uecrvci seats at 1'iercs's for all the pertormances. GRAND OPERA HOUSE iim: nkiiit .m y, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20th. THE HUGE HIT! liy the FunnWst Man of our Times. ix ins co.iir.m tkii mpii. LITTLE PUCK I nder tbe inannce nient of llayden. I'tuni) lntirln, tttll-niitl Imltntitm. AND A ItRILLIANT 0nrANY tF as - z30ZXji73 - as PRICES TV. Vc and lie Scats on...

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. — 18 October 1887

igSSSSifiSia. m&sttmmyatiK Vi$&ujLBammmmmft rj-.iy.---J1' -AV T ii-tj' L-; -.. jaCPTTBLlC, TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 18 ,FT. - mimmKmmmsmm w ,.,.., fr1 & IV I I I 1 13 ;: s '5. 1 SI li 5 I fife OYSTERS We arAgati for tat Feu IDLE ROCK! Bru4 Freak Water Oyster, iaCaasaadBulk. Try them. CENTS Per Quart, in Bulk. AT EITHER STORE. C1PAYNTER&C0., AMAIN STORES. I sad 93 Want Main tret and to Soalh Market 8trt. Sprlnn)d, Ohio. SHIRTS! Ixsre your measure for a half-dozen of our perfect-fitting Shirts, well-known; for their elegance. 1 Mm Shirt Maker, Hatter and Far alafcer, 5 Etat Mala Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WASTED A eeneral acent for Clark ana Greene counties, to represent one of the Meat and best established aeclaent lntur ae cimpanies In America. For terms ana pKeuIarsiddress. 11 J. MeCulloughraortH Jmtt corner Main ana Third atreeU.1 Dayton. OHIO. a: T1TAXTED A good white (rtrl to cook, wash WMdlrW. Apply to Mrs J.S Crowe 1. .JJI W 'AVTED rwd Ktrl tor general ho...

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. — 19 October 1887

3s,aTW:mmw 1WJ" m&$?&$&&FT' "w -r nmMfi&fi mxWffpmmmmr4'im4mmi0 i awwiiaffc.i mm in KMpwwipinai s--u3e- MmMk. POSH FILLTMDE BI ADVERTISING 19 THE PEOPLES' DAILY NEWSPAPER, pnu THE REPUBLIC. THE REPUBLIC. SPRINGFIELD, O., rED2sESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 24S PRICE TWO CENTS. mth ium HI ji i fc WEATHER FACTS. IE' .uitiiTns.Oot. 19 Ohio rueatlier. warmer. Iresh IJtoti brisk southerly winds. Springfield, O., October 19. 18S7, THE LAY OF LEG-COVERS Cheap tailors are cutting S3 trousers eighteen inches wide, S3 the swells are talking about taking a reef in on the accepted style. Whether they do or not, The Standing Style is Full. They are beautiful, too, if full in the proper way full of men. A pair of trousers never look so well as when tilled with a'pair of legs. Exquisite Patterns. We have the finest lot of trousers, you understand ever seefi in Ohio ; we hon estly think so, and believe you will, also, if you see them. They are both domestic and...

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. — 19 October 1887

T' ' II ' ' "1 'l IIIM I M I l II J .iwro-yi;')iiyiiipigjB!JfcflIB;(1B,i 'f IHxaWJtrtCTJtCT fl"WPOrttfBwB(tt VMaVdMMvhMMMM hi mwn wnwww MMMMMMMKiMM MM)wwwapiiiiiiriBTHiin'01'UH I UTtT1 ttlir V I VXTCClTi A V-Epn"BrMTfcrn ,STP'D'CrD MOMO OTai KEPUBLTC, WEDNESDAY EVOKING', OCTOBER 10. 1887. KIP BOOTS AND SCHOOL SHOES! KIP BOOTS ANO SCHOOL SHOES! The Largest Stock of Kip and Grain Boots ever exhibited in Springfield, and at Hard Times Prices. School Shoes, 50 Cents to $1.25. m .-i :C nvHrmmmmmt$mmtMmmm0tit0i0iSJKSt 44Sft -5 -'!p,B5saojfwR BBJmvusmmfsmm Urn ! iiniiv . nwiigMiw nmyimi ii in. . j ii.ny8KlBk 5 Kit. if' .; !. m r. 3 ' . y-le L' 'r :?.. fir III- It; -tW'" Jfti- II- s-ll m 'IE '"W-: JM 31-" tfr KIUKS WHITE RiiiaN ie t'ZZSZi 7h5 cut' bri'-l Laum'tv Soap nvariled a titi - intiUl at tli Kov Orleans Km -.t'ozu (.uaran leej absolutely M for general household iiun. . t.a very bos jtyringfirld Republic ETEXINU AM) WEEKLY; , Tkf UKri'BI.IC print Ue sen Wk a.l ft ra .will Press lilsp....

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. — 19 October 1887

-?rrjpgy ni-tain "W"-MWf I .qwni'fumaawwMii ninu is(ss!safisaaaast!w. MnearMraGaaCal' REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EVEOTKG OCTOBER 19 1887. 44 .SSSSSSS-a. asat-tflss V rr h I I-, A I HoqP'sy I IVW P 4KaA The importance of purifying the blood can not be overestimated, for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs a food mt-Jicinc to purify, vltalire, and enrich the blood, and Hood's Sarsaparilla ls worthy your confidence. It is jiecullar in that it strengthens and builds up the sj tem. create an appetite, and tones tho digiMlon.jthile it eradicates disease. Cite It a trial. Ilood's Sarsaparilla is sold byall drug c!s. rrepared by & L Uood i Co., Lowell. Mas. 100 Doses One Dollar AMUSEMENTS. LJi!s! DIE WEEK ONLT AND S.TUMT MATINEE XlVMfcClM MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, '87. srKClAL l(.ir.RVrT OF TDK CmTERfiJN OPfRACQMPANY 3." .rtit. headed hv the i harnilnz, IV tlte Prima onua. LUCILLEJEfiEOIl PjWfrfal Choru1, Slron? Cast and a Mranl Orrlipstra of Ten ri...

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. — 19 October 1887

i- - .vv-t MS " s f .! i '-iw w IP Ifr w NEW STYLES, NEW FABRICS, UNDOUBTED WE'VE OVERCOATS I SUIT EVERY AGE And condition of mankind ; we have 'em at prices low enough for the poorest person in town, and we have all the other grades, up to the finest Silk and Satin Lined, fit for a king. Our prices are the lowest, and we know it ; if we doubted it, do you think we would display nigh a hundred styles in our show window, each marked in large, plain figures, and the price it will be sold for? We rather think not. We mention to gentlemen who aspire to be well dressed, will please remember that we manufacture and sell as fine clothing as any house in the United States ; that our regular prices (quality always considered) are far below any other Springfield Clothiers, and that during the coming week, we will offer, also in Children's Clothing, the grandest bargains you ever saw. THE LONDON CLOTHING COMP'Y, 1 r t IRON-CLAD Ptcnt Bottom, 25 feats. Galvanized Coal Hods, DEWED CDkL USES ! 0L...

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. — 20 October 1887

ETJ Vb- , & y !y M wm " rMiin.MianaMiatgajyi iwwMim ," . V iQcg-Jggt.-'U-.f, e , Mwmblic TIE PEOPLES', HllLT NEWSPAPER, , THE REPUBLIC. Kt AUVERriSISfi IX THE REPUBLIC. VOL. XXXIII NO. 249 SPRINGFIELD, O., THURSDAY KNTEJN'INU, OCTOBER 20. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. PrStiRMiftvJ5(j? - $pnnfww pmfe PUSH H I . t h w I"! WEATHER FACTS. L- MTiih I JT Itmu.w I Irarlauli isGTOs.Oct.J1. Ohio ariier. iresti io brisk able wind Springfield, O., October 19. 1SS7. THE LAY OF LEG-COVERS Cheap tailors are cutting $3 trousers eighteen inches wide, so the swells are talking about taking a reef in on the accepted style. Whether they do or not, The Standing Style is Full. They are beautiful, too, if full in the proper way full of men. A pair of trousers never look so well as when filled with a pair of legs. Exquisite Patterns. We have the finest lot of trousers, you understand ever seen in Ohio ; we hon estly think so, and believe you will, also, if you see them. They are both domestic and imported fa...

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. — 20 October 1887

REPUBLIC, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20. 1887. JStOS'' MlQb . Ik, :m fEF 1 a5 f KIRKS I niixiSN j. fc Ths only lirrucl uf l-nm.lr Seiap ft awarded a firt rl.vs mesial at tlio ft- New Oilcans IlTm-llian. Cuaran R teed ab)liiU 1 irv, an 1 lor gratial f SOAR priufirld j&rpublit EVEMSH AM) WEEKLY; Tie ttl PI 111 10 prints kr e 1 ork iad Iv et era Awelatnl t,rr,H.pilrlii' mil Ikr Urattr taMt'rrIrTrlecrai. C M. MCHOLV. raS UCVT niti. :. HKOWX. SrillEFIElD PUBLISH1MB CDMPIIT, Publishers and Proprietors THE atVBXIMG ULI'L I1LIC It pnMUhwl eerjeTentc except Saneay, and It dell? ered at tne rte at luc per week. Mugle copies Sc TBI WKEKLT Kt.rUllt.lU ) published eren Thursday. and 1 our ol the most com plete tacitly newspapers In the country; eiiht Pes. markets complete Kepiete with news and miscellany, tl Per year, lnrarlably easn In adiance. All cnmmnnirstlons and contributions should be addressed to Cuitos i! Niciiiiia I editor, and ail tmiineM iier. .o in... ilaURa) a II MaV- ft REPUBLI...

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. — 20 October 1887

lSs3SSS2S2fStu.i?gaaoiass ii JttMWilWBipgi REPUBLIC. TrttTIiSBAY EVENING OCTOBER 20 187 i, umi .wiihi m inn iii.cm.hw !.. wjAiwSiiKiM'" 0Vt4tKl.'tmi& mrMS3?&B3'1'W'i dim jafjaSswrSHajpSTSSI SE.I ..! I te t It II-v im AMUSEMENTS.1 g JoccEimuT. ORE WEEK ONLY UNO SATUBDJIT MATINEE MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, '87. srEC-iAL nmcnnT oi th. CdlTERldN OPHA COMPIIIIY 3.- Aiei.ts. headed by Pie Ibarmluj, l'etlte rrtma Ilouna. LUCILLE MEREDITH Fjwrf'il Choro', Strnavr Cast and a (tr.n I Orchestra of Tea Pierra. The followtnc Repertoire will be presente during the ciucii;einent : Tueeday Kvenlnc .MIKADO Velnesdav l.r'ni? (IIIMksiiV NOKMtMlV Thursday hvenlnp. U011r.MI V (,li!, ' Irldxv Event nr . OLIVET! K tatu'day Matinee "L." MIks.mii b-turlay bvenlnc uLIVETTE , fc I I .dmlsstou: IVs.-Sc.SVandSoc Keaerved satsat Pierce's for all the irformanees. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE MtillT ONLY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20th. THE HUGE HIT! By the Funniest Man of our Timet. IX HIS COMEDY TRIUMPH. LITTLE PUCK t nder th...

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. — 20 October 1887

faf? .. V 3? - '&SX?&&Sji Vl, is 'lc mmrr- ASCmwkm 4l: -JS3gTtr' Sa?- ."S58" "" sr-j- i''JW,ia'AjjsiiLsj(P -3s; -. &EPU.BL1C, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20. 1887. r" 'Tv -it:? --: !SaHHHB i Ti-h u ttj - iB"r-tTwjaanvatr.JBE - ' u. " J HMIIir"" " - - w' i' '-tiflpF'-saspt i-u ; a?jlSfejwgBB.k-yag "" a-J. ----ftmtmaMtaUtWmfr- rs'i s -"a ... ".i"L-- : wwgyagCTwr , - ' T ' TSST V Efc fc CI HODS! I RON-CLAD Pateat Bottom, 25 Cents. f. Galvanized Coal Hods, 40 OBNTS. DECORATED COM. KEF! 81.7S EACH. i Neei we tell yoa they are cheap ! GJ.PKYNTER&GD., BAMAJH STORE. 1 urn 93 West Main Street and 40 Woath Itasskat.fetrvet, Springfield. Ohio. SHIRTS! Leave roar measure for a half-dozen of our perfect-fitting Shirts, well-known for their elegance. COMFORT AND DUHAB1LITY. : SMrt Maker, Hatter and Fnr akher, 5 Bart Mala Street, PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Fail ADTKBTISINO. OW ASD AFTCR Today the SprlngfleldDitii. Rareauc will Insert such, "ads" at Want" "Let," ror Bent." "For Sale." etc. ...

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. — 21 October 1887

-V K33CC9MMSauM. ILepiiMir TIE PEOPLES; UAILY XEWSI'APEB, THE REPUBLIC. PUSH FALLITIMDE HI ADTEKriNINO IX mu THE REPUBLIC. SPRINGFIELD, O., FUIDAT EVENING. OCTOBER 21. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 250. PRICE TWO CENTS. fto Iteilg r I) . on WEATHER FACTS. B is UHHiGToi.,Vt. 21 Ohio k.-. coitUr. lresU uortUer. inJs. SrRINGFIELD, O., October 19. 1887. 1 THE LAY OF LEG-COVERS Cheap tailors are cutting $3 trousers eighteen inches wide, so the swells are talking about taking a reef in on the accepted style. vvnctner they do or not, The Standing Style is Full Thev are beautiful, too, if full in the proper way full of men. A pair of trousers never look so well as when filled with a pair of legs. Exquisite Patterns. We have the finest lot of trousers, you understand ever seen in Ohio ; we hon estly think so, and believe you will, also, if you see them. They are both domestic and imported fabrics, tasteful and varied in pattern, and of prime excellence in workman ship. The Inducement Newest styles, ...

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. — 21 October 1887

mlsms ?gtH3& eeSssv ES-VR'V --k ., . A--- REPUT3LIC. FRIDAY EVESLtfG. OCTOBER 21. 1887. SAY ! HAVE YOU BEEN TO THE BOSTON SHOE STORE To see the elegant Kid shoes they are selling for $1.25, $1.50 and $2 ? And you ought to see the elegant French Kid Shoe they have for only $3.00. Where is the place ? Why, No. 9 East Main Street ; you can't miss it. Anyone can tell you where it is, for everyone knows it is the cheapest place in the city to buy good Shoes. rai KICK'S la BqSI Tlie rtily bmi.l of Laundry Soap awarded :i fn . taulal at tho New Orle-.ui EMti.au Guaran teed !oiiUel.v pmv. and for peneral Itouseliokt run2 i tho vcrybes gra IpringfUlil Republic EYESIXH AMI WEEKLY: Tar ItKM'lU.lC prim. the i Vrkl Wet era AwLted I're iliatr!.r ! Ike Brater I'aHe'JfWUa) Trlrxram-. C St. MCIMLS, TtH. . BROWN. iSfSSS rutsiDitNT. .K'tASOTRtiS. I SPBtfCFlELfl P&&USH11G COMFHT, fiffj Publlthers and Propriatcn. THE IVEMM1 KKI-l IIUIC In published eTerteTentci; except SJada. and ts Jelljr 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. — 21 October 1887

r-Tmvasmaaiea&iqe&nor, ,..- , , -,-,,-, REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EYEfflffG OCTOBER 21 1887. $ AMUSEMENTS. ONE WEK OULT AND SIITUHBAT MATINEE VUClMi- MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, '87. prciL ixiiuxvivAr or Tin 33 Artist. hta1ni br the Charm, Bf, IVttte i'rlma Uonii.., LUGfLLE MEREDITH l'jwrrfal Chora., Strew Cut ud a (Jctn I Orchestra nfie Pieces. The following Itcpcrtoire will be presrnte during the eiisaceiaeut: Tueday livening M1KAIK Wclnesday ET'ue.CltlMKuF NOKMAMlY Ihursday hvenlne:. - U011KM1 N DIRIi Krldav Kveuliic OMVKTTK Saturday Matinee ..MIKUtO Saturday Evening uHV KTTr. Vdmiasinn : 15c. S'c. 3.1 1 and Sue Beeerved s 'ts at Pierce i for all the performances. GRAND OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22nd. Matinee at S O'clock I'. M. for Ladle and Children. STETSON'S ORIGINAL BIO UNGLETMSGiN Twnnrass Rands: Two Drum Majors; Two Funny Tup.js; Two Amusing .Marks; r.eiana-jutinee singers: tr an her Charming Pony. LOOK ' J-ee the great Street Parade and Hand I Till under the direction of Major...

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. — 21 October 1887

- TaP535351 l-'-'-lllW'lM''M 'wTWW i n'.n. nr-um.. v..a;,w,wai.a.Jt v -.- ( " '-" - f i ' ' n'M,' wwAMikiiiiijihii i rtiii iataiwn gji bmhi ii wiiiaMawwwugwmMMJWafrWWiwMatewa mwmiiwiirBLi uiw'jij itEPUBLlO, FHLDAr EVENING, OCTOBER 21. 1887. BOYS' SCHOOL CAPS, ALL GRADES AND PRICES, AT BANCROFT'S. silk: flxtsh: caps from 35 oeietts to $2.00. ij !! IM 11 GOALJODS! IRON-CLAD Patent Bottom, 25 Cento. Galvanized Coal Hods, 40 osnrrrai. DECORATED COIL VASES ! J1.75 EACH. Heed we tell you they are cheap t GJ.PKYNIER&CO., JUWJUH STORE. 1 avad Weet Mala rM and 40 -genua Market Street, Sortwa-lleU. Ohio. SHIRTS! Leave your nieasure for ahalf-doien of our perfect fitting Shirts, well known for tbelr elegance. ik. shirt 'Maker. Htter aaa Fr- iafcer, S Ewtt Mala Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. rBEI ADVEKT18IHO. OV AVDIFIER Today the SpringneidotiiA RircaLicwllllnsert;nch,,ads,;as,Wants ,V A.VD sFTERTodaytbe8priiJTfleldTnitA n - itt -.....,,. ..41a'aa'Walta' r.""P R.nr ""For Sate "etc. in ton column...

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. — 22 October 1887

.. I li m JhHlWl aito ftepttMfr. THE PEOPLES'; ipraflfielfr PUSH FALL TRADE 111 jtDYERUSIM. iJC Il.lILT SEWsrAI'ER, TBE REPUBLIC. THE REPUBLIC. VOL. XXXIII NO. 251. SPErnGFIELD, O., SATUR.j2Vi EVUNTNU, OCTOBER 22 1S87. PRICE TWO CENTS. TW J Ml iiui i iyw ( !B'!gWlta'lla,3'ri-rMila I I n & I V WEATHER FACTS. P Wiamxcrox. Oct. U Ohio: Warmer. lair aralher. fresh to tirl.k winds. Springfield, O., October 22, 1887. WHY "The melancholy days have come. The saddest or tlie year. That is just what the poet calls these autumn days. He must have been buying his Fall Clothing at some of those catch-phrase, catch-penny es tablishments that try to make you think you are getting something lor nothing. Not at the When. We don't often quote prices never without a special rea son for it. Newspaper prices are misleading. If you doubt, go and examine the garments perpetually advertised as bar gains, and then come and ex amine our stock. A General Proposition. We maintain that you'll get a hat or a...

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. — 22 October 1887

REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEXDfG OCTOBER 22 188T. 45; . I I ALLAN OUATERMAIN. By H. RIDEK HAGGARD. 4TB0a OF "10 SOI.OIIOX S MISTS." SHU. "JBM," "THK ITCH'S Hlt," STC. CHArTER XVIII. CoNTist-Kii. An," 1 vUsJ. -mat i thy ooiup'niu:, i itf Tbou hast tbe blood sickness, hast thou I and the Woodpecker wants u ttw. Ami at tby age, too. Shame on lure, Umslopogaas.!"' "Ay, Macumat.hu, mine it iwl trnde, yet it U better anl more honest than mine. llet ' ter is it to slay n man in fair fight than to suck oat his heart's blood in buying olid veil ing and usury, nfter your white fashion. Many a man have I slain, yet is there never a one that I should fear to look in the (ace again; ay, many nre tliey wlio onoe were friends anil whom I should 1 light glad to snuff with. Hut there! there! thou hast ihy ways, and I mine, each to his oirn people and his own place. Th6 high veldt ox will die in tli fat bush country, nnd so it iswiih me, Macuraazaun. I am rough, I know it, and when my blond is warm I know ...

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. — 22 October 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 October 1887

naMMMMMMHWM sSpKiK0SESHMir$Sl BBPTJT3LI0, gMTODAY EVENING, OOTOiM 22; 1887. Pi I Springfield jBcpublu EVEMSH AND WEEBLT; Tkf EI'l'ni.lrprllthe lorkssd West era asrlatarrrllspalflHs '' "" '"'" fM (Farelaa) Trie traau. C M. XlCHtlW, rRKS!UCT. THOS). i. HBtUVN. SKC'V 4SDTKH8. .MKFIEl. PUBLISH11G COHPIIT, Publishers and Proprietors. THK KVBNIMU RM'UBLIC Is published ererfeTenlngeacept Son4T. n "" er4 at ine rate at 10c. per week. Slnglr copies le. THK WKKKLT KEPVHI.IU tt published erery Thursday, and Is one of the nojteom; nlete tamlli newspapers to the countrr. flcht pa7e: market, complete. RepieU with news and raiseellani. II per fear. InrarlaMl caih Id advance. All communications ana contribution! should be addressed to Curros M- Niceoia. editor, and all business letters to Taoma G. 8 sows, manacer. REPUBLIC BUILDING, PRJMGFIELD. OHIO. Talephoae Ha. 80. SATURDAY EVEIH6. OCTOBER Z2.I817. REPUBLICIN STATE .TIBET. liovrernor. J. 11. r'OKAKKK. Lieutenant Governor. V. 0. LVO.V. Supreme J ...

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