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

-v32fe 'fjLZgl&Z' sSg- $&t&&&X4&bX$rexr ,KSft5' "PW"i,lR ' ''" ' itn Majw n n wgwafi.." .at j?- -re-. &&& aib fte THE PEOPLES' DAILY XEWSl'AI'ER, THE REPUBLIC. PUSH FALL TMDE Itl ADVEK1 TSIXG IX yrm THE REPUBLIC. SPRINGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 256. PRICE TWO CENTS. fitw pwmc. El JP r I.: r L li ,1 ! IS ii i C I !"', r i y fe WEATHER FACTS. i WniMTH!r. Vt. i"S Ohio: VVar.ncr, lair u altier. Springfield, O., October 26, 18S7. 1ST IE 'EM! We may I've without iooiry. music and art; Vvema) live without conscience ami live without heart; We may live without friends, but think of it. oh. Mr-, A civilized man can not live without trowels. The poet didn't sing just that way, but it's the tune for the practical man. 'He must have trousers, and happy for him ''When" they don't "COME HIGH." At The When they don't. We are offering better induce ments now to buyers of trous ers than we have ever offered before, and that is sa...

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 October 1887

..oaaSBWaSSS 3aas?eas .TI . - "' "",-t:'s';iS!fcKii'- $T Ka5-?jrrtviI .-it-'ViMtJ. K'F'SI'ya. 3SS?S!r16.- T-t3fST. REPTTBLTO, FRIDAY EVEJSIKG. OCTOBER 1i. 188 HEA FOR BOSTON RUBBERS oci 1,000 Cases bought before the advance. We can give you Rubber. Boots for less than many dealers ask for inferior grades. - I ! I I I IV UARTERS i ik It. I, 11 it If 3g W a" KIUKS WHITE Afck.VtaK.Kt5 VVNftvre, Vv llie onh Jt ntl ' L.ntiuln OI"B Cl.VJf H I TKV I Our re ublici&n county wniention mxile uji iui ereitionlly com! ticket. Against .luilce Miller, of the prolnte court. Auditor SenU ami Clerk Kabbltt a officials "not a word haibeen said. Their public record I Is leyond criticism. So remarkable were ihe iualitie n hicli have been shown by Mr. "'ervi-' that he wn mentioneil. in other parti ot the state, a a proper person to be elected Mate auditor. No one ha a word to &ay ai;aint llecorder Todd, who nan an ild -ildierand a good citiren and a faith ful, ertichMit oflicer. I CVmiiiiiioiier ...

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 October 1887

""Vt Jav k. -HaiftPBSWSWfjp5' 1 1 i ii ntfiTTn RBPUBLIO, FRiDAX EVElSTJfG OCTOBER 28 1887 L I KV I "The Crrat4 Cut on Earth for Fata. Will ruievr more j3ici.IT uur any outer Known m - irTaT J .-- U hmiiatf lain NmmU Ulnt?, sua IWk. i m , turn, beaWt Cut. Uunb en, I'k'nrtsT, horva, lYaat-Uto. tter-karbe, QuiiMj, Sore Throat. Sciatic. ttvuivlA. UttdvU ToMfhat-W bpratna, tc ITic s era, a uotua. hou dt ail rUatrfi-tS. tXUtlorL Tha Mat 2Jitf' uh mirafMHt KJ tM&rm oar rar-HmiI sVnnrtw A. C. Weyer A 6a. Sol rreiAeri! Tratst-V Ark . n.l iTc4" liAitiiDore. ifiX, U 8. A. Ir. Hull Coach vr will car waar at on re. trire onlr SS t. twwt i AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE SAT IK DAY, 0 .TOBEK 29, S. Mtlnrrt - i m forLmdiesaixtChllilrrn. hentnc at o'clock p m. RICE. HART 4 RYMAS'S MINSTRELS leaded by tbe IMstlncuishcd Comedians. Nil. HhNKY RIUF, JlIIN II.VIiT. late at Two Joliaal. HOY. ADD. KY1AX. - ASHTkD hff- I ester 11 ml William., Ilonly nnd Thompson, i tia. Fretn li nnil ottiera. Miperb (Qui...

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 October 1887

'. i5 ft rw ,j!l v spt"j-. . '.' "J -- --JBt.- 1" ?I- - ;.-.. " in m-at, -in ram i -rmrTirfi-fci i j 1.7 lijjiillia ,rZ-', .. 'iiimiuiiwi 'fim i i r rrrnimt t hii mi i mi nim'sTM aip-iy w rTa itBFUBLlO, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28. 1887. THE SPRINGFIELD SEED COMPANY, ST. JAMES HOTEL CORNER ! t. i EVERYTHING CHEAP ! EVERYTHING GOES ! -&r aJrT aBEigi'P,c' nwsr5- n W'l" i n iw 1 1 ' M Hi maniim. i P,B- ' 'm'u ixnsKPiiiWWPBjHg i. irll '"'":": Ah 9tH N STATIONERY Largest and Finest Assortment in the- City. Latest styles tf Writing Paper and Envelopes by he RtaJft, Quire, Sheet, in btxes or Packages ; Lead Pen tilt, Pens, Pen Helders, Inks, Blank Books, School Sup--Clitt. (Mice Supplies; Toilet Papers and Fixtures ; we ave alst the agency fsr the WHITING PAPETERIES ! HOLME, MASS. IWitiTely the inest ltae of Stationery ever shown in the The entire stock to be closed ont to make room for Christmas Novelties. SPRINGFIELD SEED CO. ST. JAMES HOTEL CORNER. 25 CTS. FOR A GOOD ROASTED RIO COFF...

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 October 1887

TalasirTaVTriya'Ti?' in m iiiinriaaaarriWrrwrTT-niaiiria -111111111- irrin -7li ffriUVitiTiiiii . . ggpy,- '$Zrf?f mtlu $tpMic. THE PEOPLES' POSH FILL W BI IDTEBTISIJfG 15 imitjg v DilLT KEWSPaFER, THE REPUBLIC! : THE REPUBLIC. VOL. XXXIII NO. 257. SPBTNGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. WMss&BBmmH&nr&RRss&s msgMmmrrm' KwyBWrmiiraMMi m L'i j .MNHMinmiltflO MBaWCS5'?',V 4 Fi? --."-- - - ' K,-C " ', 3rwrw,- - ' sr -i5j----' -- iair ' 1. iitw 3?' " v. i wjf?:- WEATHER FACTS. gfc IS r n!:To. Oct. 21 Ohio llutitly (uoler, tolloaed by anner weainer. Springfield, O., ) October 29, 1887. J ARE YOU FOR GAS ? The When hasn't got it not even illuminating gas. May be you think we are not very bright, but we are ; we are right under the brilliant blaze of the electric light. We'll show you clothes and hats by it tonight 'till 10 o'clock and more. You can buy under it as well as sun light. OVERCOATS. Is that it? The autumn leaves and the many-colored ...

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 October 1887

Hi! BEPTJBUO, SATUBPAY rVTOiyQ. OCTOBER 2 188T. ;fl -.1 i; isd M -i w ALLAN QUATERMMN. By H. SIDEB HAGGARD. srtaos or "nno ouos's ii." "shi." "JISS." "TBI WITCH'S HliD," STC. ClIAPTEK XIX. COVTINUKH. It may, perhajw. be remembenii that after kit quarrel with Uaislopogaas. Alpliouse bad goosoff inaiiexctxiliiii;ly ill temper to sulk orcr his scratclirs. Well, it apjirars that b walked right past the twiiple to the Sun, down tb wile road on the farther side of the slope it crowns and thence on into the beautiful park or pleasure caiiloiis, which are laid out jut beyond the outer wall. After wandering bout there for a little he started to return, but waslnet near ihe outer gate by Sorais' '"train of chariots, which were galloping fonouslv alone; the grunt northern road. When she caught sight of Alpbonse, Sorais halted ber train and called to him. On ap proaching ho was instantly seixed and dragged tnto one of the chariots and carried off, "cry ing out loudly," as our informant said, an...

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 October 1887

msiii ii rwiiliiTnialftriW ffiiTTTi ok i KIPUB1J0, 6ATTJKDAY EVENING OCTOBER 29 188T, sssaaaassssaBSSBBSssaBsjsssssassaSawBaaSsssssssissss SF viak- -.fr- ', attsr-.- M MART JANE'S TRAVELS. WHAT SHE AND DICKEY THINK LOW LYING HOLLAND. Of The Appalling IleHcM There Taken li t'leauilliiew A Wnldlne Street Cam li Europe Amttenlam. the Venice or the North Some Other Slattern of IiiteremU - Sjveial OwTrtiHralcnco.l ItonxniMM, Oct. 9. Holland his mad more danis tluin any titlier country on tb CloU There mvdrknt and darns and cnna!i everywhere in Holland, anu mo water privi leges aro sonicthinj unique. The custom ol I wearing thoso great woilen shoes ailected i here, I tLink, grew out of tho desire of tin; I ieople to have with them always something which might lie iu-xautly converted into lite preserver in cskm of exi-tod emergency. We have given a week or more to Amster dam, the Hague, Rotterdam and excursions along tho waterway, and a more inUiting country topographically and cthnogruphi...

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 October 1887

REPUBLIC, SATUBDAT EVENING'. OCTOBER 20, 1887. - 3 i-a . to .-1 iil r! aj It S.TC KIRKS WHITE HussaN Tlie only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a first class mesial at tlia New Orleans Exo-ltion. Guaran teed absolutely pure, and for general household purposes Is the very bes SOAR v Springfield gfpubUt ETEJIIKH AXD WEEKLT; Thp Bl rl BI.IC rlU l 'e T.rk Mil West era iMoriitrJ rrrm -it-ae """'I" M. ' arris.) Tr Iraraw. C M. MCHOU, rS-DKST. THUS. O. BKO ssc'risnTtiti SPlllCFIELi PI1LISIIIE CIHP1IT. Publishers and Proprnrtora. TBI KTKiaRO KtrUBLIC I published every eventcx except Sunday, mad Is deU end at tne rate ot lOe. per week. Single copies ie. TBI WIKKLT BEPUH1.IU It published even Thursday, and Is one of tM moat com plete family newspapers In tbe country: eight paces, markets complete. Repiete with news and miscellany, f 1 par year. tBTarlablf cash In adTanea. All communications ana contributions Should be addressed to Curros M Hicaoijs. editor, and all business letters to Taoms Q. B...

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. — 29 October 1887

aggJBgsgK8Si&sssfra - - .miMnrarriMnirTnimr i-t 3!?llWKiasc!WKrTPJTI IP-' ';-.-- .;! 3I "fa"? ""13!I1 --$aliv r i . a?-" tsf'i 8. r & &2t ; rww. - ar AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, OITOBER 29, '87. Matinee at 2 p. in. for Ladles and Children. Kvening at 8 o'clock p. m. RICE, HART k RYMAN'S MINSTRELS Headed by the Distinguished Comedians. WM. HENRY RICE, JOHN IIAKT, ,!! at In 4otin, GOV. ADD. RYMAN, ) ASSISTED KT ( Lester and William. UmI and Thompson, Cbaa. Frairli and otfcera. A Superb Quintette ! Brilliant Orchestra 1 Serenade Brass Hand. The Great .-oclety Mil lesiiue. Sarah Heart bu n. as seen at the Arch btrrel Opera House, Philadelphia. Pa . for four cotisecuili e weeks. PKICEs-For evening. Tie. fOc and iV; for Matinee, adults 50c. children. -. Seats on tale at Harris's (.tear Store. SITOIUT A -" OUT. 28 THE FAMOUS EKRLETO!! QPERK GOMPAHY MR. W. f CARLETON And Sixty Associate Artist", ("horns of 0 Voices and Orchestra of IS Musicians. SATUBDAY MATINKE, atc...

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. — 29 October 1887

iiir---"''v'.v ,.i -- in mm n fcir. immx j.i&-s, - '-- repr?stiawc- REPTrBUO,SATtrKDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29 188T. ?SluT.?BaS I II I II i"1afMMffr l 1 Ts WhlttlST. Ilforafua That would carrj a too. , Or a saber keen 1 That would cut shla- gles clean, Tosmitoforonce ' and forever mora that terrible, con- cienccloa midnight bore who ruthlfaslj breaki 00 a placid snore with airs that vrere popular yean before ths mat a ho U always whis tling. He starts at morn With his turn for lorn. And bell never atop, Though his bearer drop. Hia neighbors for mercy vainly sue; hell swan-fly whistle "Mikado" clear through, wffl torn back to "ratienoe-1 and "Pinafore" sao, avoiding with care all the music sheets aa llm man who is always whistling. Merchant Traveler. UTTLE FOLKS' BRIGHT SAYINGS. Mary to Alice Your doll looks Tery fsorlr. What ails it! Alice It frets a great deal. Alfred am I ml out one of its eyes last week, and it last great deal of sawdust, and hasnt been Mm same doll since. kajoxo...

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. — 29 October 1887

MB3WyMHjHWsfa'ggs ra i rHifTTnliMfiailiiTiataM "5JtS;STir?' ?"--: RgPTTBLIO, SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 29 1887. wP - ' .f-i'-- " T"'-'a?CF-- --;sV-r " f- ,-"" rBiHtfKivar . irift'ifc.' 3- ypr'-HBi 'tiiwiMU.Bya'ggagjaeT-'" "E3E'asryp;iBa.TBggjTi?a7aaP5-' v P ; 31 :---all .- -i rSl -4lr: OUR NATIONAL JIUSEUM. ! A TOUR OF THE WORLD TAKEN WITHIN THE UNITED STATES. Sane Curiosities of the Xus -Morse and IIU Telegraph Senator Jann mnd III Insanity Gossip About George Ban croft, lb Historian. Special Correspondence.! IVAsiroraTOS, Oct. 34. imorrKD into the National mu seum jesterday. It in oho of tho finest Kfiin the worM, and in iU spccialtie H mrpawm thaw of Europe. Few people lhave any idea of ltd 'extent. Its exhibit are numbered by tho tens or thousands, and the articleH which compose them will run into the millions. One can travel ov er tho world by walking through its corridors, and he can study many eopIe here almost as well as in their own countries. Here, for instance, Japanese li...

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. — 29 October 1887

"WWS?' itEPU.BLlO, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29. 1887. l w! THE SPRINGFIELD SEED CO., ST. JAMES HOTEL CORNER EVERYTHING CHEAP ! EVERYTHING GOES ! SPECIAL DRIVE OH STUTIOHEBY Largest and Finest Assortment in the City. Latest styles of Writing Paper and Envelopes by Ihe Ream, Quire, Sheet, in boxes or Packages ; Lead Pen cils, Pens, Pen Holders, Inks, Blank Books, School Sup Elies. Office Supplies; Toilet Papers and Fixtures ; we ave also the agency for the WHITING PAPETEBIES HOLME, MASS. Posltirely the finest line of Stationery erer shown in the city. The entire stock to be closed ont to make room for Christmas Norelties. SPRINGFIELD SEED CO. ST. JAMES HOTEL CORNER. BASKETS! FLORAL GOODS, EVERY DESCRIPTION! Lunch, Sewing, Baby, Work, Plain, Ornani-ntal. Fancy, Floral and Candy Baskets. FLORAL WORK A specialty. Xw Designs of all kinds. Work artistically arranged. T Florists' Supplies always on hand. Dried Flowers. Im ortelles. etc. We are head- ? carters for Decorations of II klndx, f...

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. — 31 October 1887

to "Ti v jmiijjfif tor mm $pMk THE PEOPLES' PUSH FALL TRADE BI ADVEBTItUIQ 19 rf A ri4 m I BAILT KEW8PAPEB, THE REPUBLIC. .. . THE REPUBLIC. SPREKGFIETJ), O., MOSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 258. PRICE TWO CENTS. X V r 1 '- fer ?m j .a 31 ah - 3., - i Hi i -JlT x- . 'I J. -t sTSt WEATHER FACTS.? P Wasictok. Oct. 31 Ohhv Warmer, followed by cocMr, (air weather. Springfield, Om October 29, 18! ARE YOU FOR The When hasn't got not even illuminating May be you think we art not very bright, but we are ; we are right under the brillant blaze of the electric lirht. We'll show you clothes ind hats by it tonight 'till io o ciock ana more. you an buy under it as well as light. OVERCOATS. Is that it? The autu leaves and the many-colored fruits don t present a mor -ii. - J - . . 1 LZM 7 J GAS? it rac L1 1111.1111 dllU ICIIIUllllk' tIIetVnn(.i rKkeHnr hall veaterrisv nn th. than our crop of Fall Over coats. We have them in all colors and -shades known to the trade: we have them ...

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. — 31 October 1887

SwFS igssfsaStssSs RS-S HwsBSri'is "f - tfe REPUBLIC, MCMfDAT EVES DM G. OCTOBER 31. 1887. t . i . .., i u , n i .Jniau....j.'ai.--i. r ra. .i.i. ;- - - -- "-! m itiiti rnwuimi iiii iiini min i ! t w " n iihi i i i i n an in m i i ai i m ittti miifi i ! i'ihim 1 11 1 i npmi mm iiii ,TtrtTTnKiativmmrimwBrmKwwmimmTTm-mmwwHmmMTTTwim-Mwrmm-mMwriwarBr-.-ii-tTKmrirt-vtT niaiirrt i mir iiiii .i.t-.. --j-i - -- . ... ... .. , .- --c.---.. -.-. - - . ,. t I &, & sei is: Bt M, km v"vvrcc' Vv K?il IHK&BM1 StaScgS. The 1 b ul c 1 Laundry Soap nwardi-d a fii-t cla-v im-d.il at tlio New Orlcau-. xjuc'lion. Guaran tood aboh:tt 1 "v, anil for ciucral liou-.luld jui-p.-oi Is Uso ir tw prittgfirtcl grpublic. EVEXIM. AM WEEKLY: Thrill 11 111 K .rl. the Vw Tori ! Wet ra AmorUtrd l'rr IIKpatrkr nl Ikr Urntrr tn1! Jrrlct Tilf2f.ro. At an,antl-aloon meeting held in Lock port, .Now York, one evening 1M wee k.thf Kev. Dr. Kail, of IiuiTalo, said: "About one ear ago. in lluffalo. I asked the Hon....

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. — 31 October 1887

: REPUBLIC, MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 3i i- in --. -T ii i-jfij'ffcJriT-iT 1TT-i Wh "" Jf - I Its' z$l 7! 'a.- ---l --3 "Mil Kmioi' i in i raii'Miiiii li'iliUtfil iiUffwPT 1 1 in nwx cino - mnwT?!!!l 1 tola-, imi i;ic-lr tbu n cfirKM ? MHB. lr "i iniiiS lii'iB L burna. fclds ai UnSI BB ro, llevnar. tu. r-TH wmmmm -' JW,ia-"-'I4-vr-i i -.c- . " - c-ajBiSCTrsaKvssr AMUSEMEilTS GRAND OPERA BUSE I THURSDAY, NOVEMER Ktrjba'a rTarltv5 3. iiDDortedbv theCharmlns Artlftt In the Powerlul Romantic Draxa. U INSIDE TRACK! An Emphatic Sureeu In Two Ilemls phere Th Fmnaotis Bjismi Conabluatlon of Pl rs la thlr Natural Charactrisatlaa 1 at'S.al'le300"4256- " You Carry A whole medicine chest in your pocket, with one box of Ayer's l'llls. Aa thej operate directly on the stomach and lwwcls, they indirectly affect every other organ of tho body. When th stomach is out of order, the head la affected, digestion fails, the bloo 1 be comes impoverished, and ynu fall an easy victim to any icevjUnt disease. Mis...

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. — 31 October 1887

SSJ&ftSBu . ,J- -- -" -r-- ij. l-Vai- in.'l.'V .,T Jss5Sjetoj?532e '3m ifWl')'iI JtEFUBHO, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31. 1887. . . uBaBfeaBBBBBk3AaSBBHlHBfr..-4ttvi.?r' ft0TOjioyIBMil ..J , - t -MjSViSSfS&5sS-.fcCwli;M-Ct-r;J.&-(S'A ,!3fTjky'TTlllHilg8y mSnwil'nB iLiti, mritih iftwtiiTftff i. yo.jsSM333sjrts,s.c,priBiiJ- im ..rfiicrfi ln 1 iTiiiw " r4- Fpfl95gwJsw?sa "T2Tn i"'s7flir irgiiJcswjwjaMrBwjBBwBwaBBaaaw . .agxzsaJBBeBasgyn rwp ayMSissBiwBsaM 'WLuBtWW' ' ' !irwW'!P;Bss ET'f ,. sBrS ' . B3 BaT: Ht faa Stat k 5CTS. JKW A 8M ROASTED P COFFEE! VWm UR IM T1IS CITT. KM PUCES, OXLT AT HlT.PftYIITER&GO., ISTMMES, VVidtTMt nd4o;South rrrlaxld, Ohio. & ! Tiller UMN. "Emer kaHnsuo. ' - Ar- the SprlniaeM Daiu. KtzrtzrZF- .- S."rtaca mam mm nuii rKtTleat. rjr Sale." etc In tbla toaetise iroo uran lor iwnif 1 at flrtv eenta. KUUriKLD PUB- CO. rtntwiw: WANTED. WAimiV-OUt. at No. SI south tract. Market 2Ha WAHTtD-A party haTtnc 3 to 5 thousand tsj ttUAnniimiiii a nrosnero...

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 November 1887

r fklft 9 THE PEOPLES' mm III ADVERTISING 19 DULY NEWSPAPER, THE REPUBLIC. THE REPUBLIC. SPBmGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVENING, XOVEMBER 1. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 259. PUSH II Mt sic 3 -il pt 'mtt I , WEATHER FACTS. P- IS WlUBIIIOTOlC. Xot. 1. Ohio: lightly aanner. fair weather SPRINGFIELD, O., ) November i, 1887. J FOR THE CHILDREN. "Eeny, meney, tniney, mo, Catch a nigger by the toe, If he hollers let him go, Eeny, meney, miney, mo." "Oneery, twoery, ziccory, zan, Wickabo, wockabo, crickabo, crockabo, Tillery, tan. "Emery, mentery, koutery, kail. Appleseed and apples all, Wire, brier, limber lock, Three geese in a ilock ; One flies east, one ilies west, And one (lies over the cuckoo's nest." "Eenery, teenery, tickery, teven, I'll go marry ten or eleven ; Kin, fan. musky dan, Nineteen.t wenty,twenty-one.' ' Great rhymes for counting out at play ; but the little fel lows must have clothes to play in. Bring along the chil dren, madam ; we can "suit" them all ; knee breeches...

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 November 1887

i-i- "5' '-. , 8-?wSS!S?:s'1,15S:3:' ijS!?s??5jS?S(" SSgsaaeg.i!g-ri ' iiaiy ., .-.y ir;y-r?jgirss 3.J"-l-t-" REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVEJNOIG. ffOVEiffiER i, 1887 """r" AT ES EQUALED IN THIS COUNTRY Before. STARKEY & SCOWDEN'S, Arcade, is the only house in Central Ohio that retails mmtmmmi&&mtm tfapwaaaw.w.,.,-,- ii "" tij B. sae g -ja- f JTi: !K2t??i? a:-" i iii- '';- -::S:: -. 8sw? WW"3 vwsEarar . s Ms I00T3, & fi KIRK'S WHITE aw. V wwawftN K&P "Tha only lmn.1 of Lannilrv Soap awarded a first cM lretlil at t!iu New Orleans I f n. Giiaran tl nbsoliuVIv p.ire, .'.J for cei.cral liouclioIJ imnuxs is the iry bos SOR Springfield Republic EVEMX.J AMI WEEKLY: Til BETim IC -rial, tin- Jew Tork a W-t ra anarlatra hM liatrfcrs aad the Better taMt Jl ) Telecranis. C ft MCHOLS, rtrsIPKXT. Tlll. 5. 1IISOWJJ. tic'r asotkjus SniKHELI FUELiSBlXS G0&AF11T. Publishers and Proprietor. Vrxtitn HEPIUII.IC It published t create except su0d7. and It dellv mt tat rate ot 10e. per week....

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 November 1887

iss -3-S-aMwMnU-fadK , :B . m -.! ft I' h s-5 " iS res i- i fi i $1?. S3 l L f? M llllSlimHffil ''&& IFWWIWOT IaIaIIIaIIJI csrnfwlHhCfeB-armMCInatiaa.B 4.iEi bamrMH. W Sets-sue t-atu lnclpa-n&jjimu- B .IflL ,-a-BB- tkM.wwl trlMnes eotsmmrUtH . -Baaaa iMYvnns lranist atact. cfB ii aSr-sama. ma'".11' CtuM Vt. rull liU -.bbbbbb-Y tY"! to "!! rclr InB 13-4. Bmmm Miiwf;iiiiJ htnm.rH , iCSS BmmmV AW "VS.1"' tr;S-r-a u v.I . U ,13a- .BB"V'a.i (-!. 13q& BBfBBsrrn C-IK.srt, and ireB ( mPBJBBfaeal-ipitrMof.,j,H.B any, wmmoin m, u ,. SJ s?,s'rs-T,R F!:r a- hii. ii iwviyniqiu lDrusCMU. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. Ktvrjbotl)' t'nvorltf. OLIVER BYRON Supports by the Charming Artiste. :k.a.t-ei byrox, In the Powerlal Romantic Pratta. the INSIDE TRACK! An Emphatic Pufeessln Two HrmM rlicirs. Th tmon llron Cttmbl nation tr I'hy. r In their Natural Chracirr. xif it.ii. rrleet TV, 33e and at usual place -c. Seat nor on aafe GRAND OPERA HOUSE THE EVENT OF THE SEX...

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 November 1887

gfe'W'MWi pf .H( iOSPUBLlO, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 1. 1887 GOV. FORAKER WILL BE HERE TOMORROW! :Y.3VID THE: SHOE STORE, NO. 9 EAST MAIN STREET. Will continue to sell Boots and Shoes 10 per cent, cheaper than any firm in the city. All solid leather goods warranted, and we invite, cordially, inspection. We have opened up over $5,000 worth of the best Shoes ever put on the market of Springfield, and believe in small profits and quick sales, and giving bargains to every one, to induce them to come again to the OLID RELIABLE BOSTOIST SHOE STORE, 2STO. 9 EAST lvrATTq STREET. . "- - WAKE UP, OLD MAN ! m i . jobi i i n aavavTC?" aMaatB 1J 1 I I wr Hi Kl aBBRF HRKflfcH wxU fin Kj MKs-- ii ga!BavaI"' 9 E-v "J5ia3I" Hfe- & 'rCt Mk&iB M gji '" "" KjMSe g ;, 1 25CTS. f 3F 0I 1 O00 K01S1ED 1 1 COFFEE! I Mf'" IB BEST 19 IS CITT. KM." AT LB MICE", OXLT AT . .1 G.W.PAYNTER&GO., -"1 JW" WUMAm ITMU. -.'fij Nnl Wast Tt'ala trat a0 iut.. ."' ;'ij , MfkStrMt,arlgflll,Ohl. I iBIB -, -frf HH...

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