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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 November 1887

-.'jrr - - -"' RSfKSSS&SSg --- irHWwMHBfl TTnlfriTT" jju''jffiggip.i.ii;;iy ?RMrrws!s sSisai Ja ptMjfM& paib ItpMit THE PEOPLES' PUSH FILL TRUH DAILY NEWSPAPER, THE REPUBLIC. BI 1DTESTI8H6 15 THE REPUBLIC. VOL. XXXIII NO. 260. SPRINGFIELD, O., WEDITODAY EVENING, jStOVEM33ER 2. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. ySSStBKSKKi&SSaBt''-''' -? "-' -'-jPlttMByM- ' ' - "- - 3uZY7 MWBIMMiBaHMBMMMaiBM '"''?"' 4 --.- . TH-ii- r ' ""IF 57. ,m- m i." Ri afe ir i, sf SP S;, WEATHER FACTS. ffi P WaSHIIsnTOX. XoT. 1. OhlO lightlr armer, Ulr weattur Springfield, O., ) November 2, 1887. j THEUSEOFTB. There are a doxen or more men in Philadelphia who spend upward of $1,000 a year each for their clothes. What for, one would like to know. No one will ever see them in Philadelphia. If it was in Springfield now. But in Springfield there is no need to spend $ 1,000 a year for clothes. You can be well dressed here for a very small part ol that amount. Why? The When Keeps high prices ever in sub jection. We ...

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

0?&CSj- f5SJWiwiW5SSB SggaRgtw? s-aaifeSSSSSi gsiTiaiss nw-m 'ii tr,-- MKwssassaMBS KJ-srv T -'' fer-?'' :& -M!S?1 '-v " ' . -iE 731 REPTJBMO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2, 1887. ..JBIM!Sfl5.-'2JiSiS2SS5SI2SSSS CTVc,vvkiJWi3it.?'2f-alK-stft-,4?-3-sr!i- rj'- : utif. &&&& aft54r j-IV - " . ' Br s. ? R mr OOrKRXUR IX)ttAKKK USD HIS DAY IS SMISCriKLV. The citizens of Springfield hare made large preparations to receive, entertain and honor Mr. Joseph llenson Foraker, gov ernor of Ohio, today Wednesday, Novem ber 2 J, 1SST. It is not likely that any other man could have been brought here, on this occasion, whose coming and presence would have excited more Interest and en thusiasm. The only nomination of Gov ernor Foraker which was confirmed at the polls was made in our big wiirwam, erected P KIRKS I WHITE I SOAR SSX ! K. K.K.! REBEL BRIGADIERS TURNED ON OHIO. LOOSE ARrr CooiaUatlna With Jtt Dl Thp Cain Dafaa That Oallaat Union Solillnr, J. B. Foraknr. Mr. l'.mcll ...

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. — 2 November 1887

Zf- j$&&s-f0gpv$i v-g-ISK REPUBLIC, AVEDXESDlY EVENTffG KOVEftfBER 2 1H87. 'fag I I r i .- r iw- te- ts. -i r ir I r - if ,f mm w SH it 1 "1 H Cam aa EWKk f i V arm lax-iaama e-kUy tk-. ur attar 1 .dfFaw .Jr-hai-miaa. f- Bari-as- Boa a ivn staid, ca ZOrZ . "nlTTd-lfa Sat d.lfH -WaaTllia A- C. -. J a, -rlu-aa. IwiE awwa bus Bare, aratam. ocmtos sav. aaaua- 2Srr rnaU-U. fetettcA. Wound, B ni .. bottl. sold tar all inraUB-L t ajilr. YV. a-aax. lilt AaJaafwiB MI b..I Mim i. 7? i.TrT"?rwrK rnrWfa,lkiUo,MJC.iA. -.'i1 ? will .. a-ncvosirz; sacu. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. Everybody. Fa-erlto, OLIVER BYRON Supported bT the Charming Artiste. In the Powerjal Romantic Drama, the INSIDE TRACK! An Emphatic Sue-cess In Two Iletnts pfceres. Til Famous Byron Comblaatlon of 11 ay. ere la their Natural Charmclor! nation. Prices 75c, ,Vc and ISc. at usual place Seats now on sale GRAND OPERA HOUSE THE EVEXT OF THE ME A ON! y FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, '87. FOR ONE HIGHT ONLY. ...

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. — 2 November 1887

cag'trit-ast i.-nniiTyiignMtfa et$s$s aCSQajap Jn e Jri -,;.-a"Xt' ;55-3S: s3ili8qigiiqrtgMS3gy'' &EFU.BLIO, WEDNESDAY SVENING, NOVEMBER 2 1887. ' 9ltfii1imm!nS,hPf?iSfS?, -..-.., fSSff.y "I' ' -, . - ---t.-a--.-.- i mii i iiiaisaaassTssT11TsTi1OTa-Tnfflffi-a I -. -..-. - "" r rmMiuiimiIEM-ikssai i a-m ;- r . ? '-''-'sr--rrr,iri-B r',- ' jlii-FTTS ' """ r - .. . M 53 m? ?5B SJs M fek-Tv NOW HERE! New Raisins, Figs, Citron, Orange New Mince Meat. APPLE AND PEACH BUT J ERS. YORK STATE BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. O Pounds, OYSTERS 25c per Qt. CRACKERS, 5c par lb. JLTF EETHEB STORE. C. W. PAYNTER & CO. PEOPLES COLUMN. WWOtK ADTEKTlaiNQ. OX AXD AFTER Today the Sprtmtnrid Daill Barcauc will Insert such "ads'as-Wants" La." "for Kent," "For Sal." etc. In this Mni one tlsse lne. three times fur tw.ati ( mil, mad six ilme. for nlt rent IlUE Sl'KlMlFIKLD PUB. CO. WANTED. rANTKD-OIrl V competent ilrttocook mad do general hoa.ewo k. A cood place 4cood wacet to right party. Apply at wtoM north Marke...

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. — 3 November 1887

-scrrj:- THE PEOPLES' 2rfl PUSH FALL TRADE HAILY NEWSPAPER, THE REPUBLIC. BY JLDYEKTISIXa 15 xuxi xKXiirujxv. jm VOL. XXXIII NO. 26k SPETNGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVENING, XOVE.tI3ER 3. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS, ''P'.wiMEpawlIM Jwttflftelft m$Q eflepttwit . tlirL- m ',- fj .:V?S v- $ -.-jJ ! V w i i . le ft I?' fejs. .' "'- 3- ,l &V -v at r WEATHER FACTS. ffl Washixgto. Xot. X Ohio: Slightly cooler, lair weather. Springfield, O., ) November 2, 1887. J THEUSEOFTHING?. There are a doxen or more men in Philadelphia who spend upward of $1,000 a year each for their clothes. What for, one would like to know. No one will ever see them in Philadelphia. ' If it was in Springfield now. But in Springfield there is no need to spend $1,000 a year lor clothes. You can be well dressed here for a very small part of that amount. Why? The When Keeps high prices ever in sub jection. We show an un equaled stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods. Trade with the WHEN, ...

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 November 1887

s& 'liy$?3s?Ji!t:'iz? mmmmmmmmmmmmesmJKmmiSmimuntwiiL topjja,iHi WMW !OSgMHfeFSSS3 :?Z$$iiZ:?S(? KEFUBUO, THURSDAY EVJUSUNO, KOYEAIBER 3. 1837. . . it!g.?.f!Mi Mkd TyaafT-,-1T,TF.ttTa'ir'iMwVTrriiL,i.ff,?Mri i i .yi , sii.aM.w u.-M-ga.gaJaghiiiMaaMla'rgBteaaWBfcrgsayT?ff ra ' ii i i ii m iii iii in i H'MiiJMIHlii'HM IIMIIIMMIMIH "PHI n 'I'M llHPli 'MHHWI I'M l i IWI' l JB Sss 5 ;j r;M MBmrim A M atLaataf WHITE BiihiaN THS FOBCX. The Xovemblr number is alive with stir rlnt; discussions of she great questions of our modern civilization. President F. A. P. Barnard, treating "Warfare Against Socletj" denounces such men as Instigated the "treat strike on Jay Gould's roads as "lawlans insurgents and felons' and as "enemies of the human race." President lianiard thinks there is no oilier remedy than to shoot them. The Fres. U quite too gunpowder)' on this sub- A FINE SPEECH. J. F. JtcOrw, Eq., Deliver a Ttrltllaiit Spweh Brilliant Oncnwlon of tha Mouthrra Question A Free Ballot and a P...

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 November 1887

4a V-t M m !!?- ft .-1 SBmms&s$tTi!T - t a Y i -,- -i,r-"iliF'r I III II ' MHI Wl '1 'IIIMIilWIBI WIMWII'i J--i,a - II Him I I Mil mi I III II II I '-HfTJjaF'Va -ai"! -li PrBf.' -yyra --- ;--fc7f-'?A -i!g - r-. - 'pf, - - . 7XP ' W.i- GREENE TOWNSHIP rj BEADm WOMAH. l 111 rrtJ M I ". mmMT If f A taAtaa.amkllHl Miwttijl. I lRA aUT hMMtihL C3plln. J AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. Everybody' Favorite. OLIVER BYRON Supported br the Charming Artiste, la the Powerlul Romantic Drama, the INSIDE TRACK! An Emphatic Success In Two It ends pheres. Th Fmmous Byron Combination of Play. on la thlr Xatural Charmcterl sat Ions. Prices 75c. Sue ana c Seats now on sale at usual place. GRAND OPERA HOUSE THE ETEXT OF TUE SEA OX! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, '87. FOR ONE SIGHT ONLY. 1ISS CLARA LOUISE Leading Prima Donna Soprano of the lirand Opera Houses In London. Vlen M. Berlin, Paris, St Petersburg and New York, la PART I-MIcetlaneous. PART II Kntlre fourth act of Verdi's Grand Opera....

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 November 1887

s-e. $ liii!ls?- j223'S$r!s JBBPTTBLIO, THURSDAY BVSKiyQ, .ffOVJSMSiai 3 188T. AT NEVER EQUALED IN TH .: . Before. STARKEY & SCOWOEN'S, Arcade, is the only house in Central Ohio that retails t -fc HTliOl kMfc''aaiiiiiag'i'Tr'ii'rf'JaBT-'WTMsg.--arr ,. -. --,. iiMfitir --- . ..7gR-CTarg.M ) -i -. , ,j .,, mi-nMMntrijaiwiiiBi 1 , i DTS, S COUNTRY I WW OW HEBE! Raisins, Fiqs, Citron, Orange lew Mince Meat. APPLE AND PEACH BTTT'J ERS. YORK STATE BUCKiUT FLOUR. YSTERS 25c per Qt. CRACKERS. 5c per lb. A'T' EITHER STORK. C. W. PAYNTER & CO. pi- MMHnnn iiH'RlH HBHH -? KHHlH1VJH BHH bEH H Eft asBnnnnnnnnnnnnnBnnnnannnnnVaaHBBl tC ntinnnnnnnnnnnnnnBKaSnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnBa 5... ""1 VlaM-SU Bull. -C.e. t-u. at.. . i..cts. JPail line ot the above at lowest future. sflfclrt Maker, Hatter rt FarnUher 3 Ease Jtalnstreev. P PEOPLES COLUMN. FaUCB ADTERTI8IHO. 0 4SD AFTKR Today the SprtngHeld Dull Barauc will Insert such "ads" as "Wants" Lc."-rr Ent.""For Sale." etc. In this Mas one time tree, th...

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 November 1887

JtSrt- gligggliil THE PEOPLES' PUSH 11 ME BY ADVERTISING IK pvm X - DAILY NEWSPAPER, THE REPUBLIC. THE REPUBLIC. VOL. XXXIII NO. 262. SPRINGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. - - -- ., VJ-I... . II Ml 1 I I Bipi I I ' WWi IWWWWWWWWWWWWIWlWaWWWWWs'WWWWs'WWWs'WWJWel 1 1 I Ml flelft pairo ttMit. K. fcr a-v;-,Ii 3J tCT jfc-31 T5! c." L Ji It it V F f ' 5 rA- r I- 1 WEATHER FACTS. L- WiiBtxaTnx.XoT 4 -Ohio I I JK pllsliUj couler. lair weather. I l Springfield, O., ) November 4, 1887. J HUT AND MOTION These are interchangeable. A body in rapid motion, sud denly arrested, produces a high degree of heat. Meteors or shooting stars tailing through space toward the earth by the law of gravita tion, are arrested by the re sistence of the atmos phere, and this produces the heat that sets them on fire, and so makes the spectacle which is most frequently seen at this time of year. Novem ber is the great month for meteors. This same principle is illus trated when the moth...

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 November 1887

?gygats?3wcgga''gftpsw3H. 3g?M( "'. -, r- -.- --... . . .Jrr?gBSSgSgSSaaafelllH MMHiHHKBWRWWHBH LBMHff CTPW lltiaJBMS BT i w WR - &! s.-yaaieawprtpwswsw 3awv?r!. "ww's"-1 JtEFU-PliIU, bltlDAX JiVJiiiNJLWU, JMUYJSMJJ&K IWf. w--,' ( - - . - AT 3 EQUALED IN IBIS COUNTRY m Before. STARKEY & SCOWOEN'S, Arcade, is the only house in Central Ohio that retails BOOT RUBBERS i i im ft -r?J t. 3S kirks RbsiiaN Tbi ciily brami of Lanmlrr Soap cvvaru'ed a urst ila.v medal at tlio JCcw Oileai INno-HIrn. Guaran tecU sb-olutels y anil for general household puijuiMrt n tho vry be The Ohio Suite Journal' "Man About Town" contribute the following to tlie paper named: I "Darn me. If 1 don't bellve Kill Can peller hail otne one vicR(-t to Chairman Onnpin the Idea of bringing Cordon to this state." I The above was the remark of a dkeustrt democrat UlLlne in front of the Western Union oftiee veteniav. "(Sonlon will lose ns "5,000 otes in one week. ldlilliave some hope that Powell would not be b...

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 November 1887

- "f.' ;-Sl 33! ' J : i is g ., Tlf 1. - , mr -r IffiXiV ;'-' -aaaa .asaarass aaawBBBBBBaaaBwaw .aaaaaaaaaa a. .1 -J,M-MMM,MM.,MMM,M " "':' MMnMHNMBB TEMPEST TOSSED.' j ;..-i3fe BeaUna atn?ward way; anoewmld ring- J7 AtI HKA,T L.A Aatl ui cmv to jn BEAonmL woiak. vlA V Vk innh n.iiinftjfli P V AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE THE EVENT OF THE hEA OX! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, "87. FOR ONE MIGHT OWI.Y. IISS CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG Leading Prima Donna Soprano of the Grand opera Houses In London, Vien na, Berlin. Paris, bt Petersburg and New ork. In COilGEDTANDGflB OPERA PRT I -Miscellaneous PART II-Fntlrc fourth act of V'erdl'a I) rand Opera. 1 1- TIUH. A itrKE, in full costumes and .tare settings The Company Includes: Miss Carrie Morse, Contralto: Me Carlo Splciroll. Tenor. Mr Wltttam II Lee. Ilaritone: .Mr. Charles K Trait, Pianist. Reserved jscats. fl. f AH seats reerved I SPECIIL NOTICE. Seats on sale at Har ris's dear Store. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. 03TK NIGHT OIsTlW. Saturday, Nov. 5, 'S7. The La...

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 November 1887

ITEPtrBLlO, FRIDAY EVENING, KOVEMBER 4 18R7. ;K?3 m 1 S u UEENSWARE ! WE HATE ONE HUNDRED FINE DECORATED TEA AND DINNER SETS! At tw Main street tttre. that we will cltse out cheap, before eur remeval te Market street. NEW GOODS! Special prices threuiheut our large stock of Queens wire and Fancy Goods, until January I, 1888. Come mi make your selections and have the goods saved for Holiday Presents. 91 aa 93 Wert Wain St Jtail lines of th above at Ion-rut ficure. VaaBtllrt Maker, HMtrr tI FurnUher.5 Cast Nsln,Mrft PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FBEE AlVVERTlSIJsQ. 0 VXD AFTER Today the Springfield Dull axtLic will I asert such "ads" u " Wants" "1. ..t." "For Rent," "For Sale." etc . In tola almaa one time tree, three times for tweati Tata.and six times for flltycents TUKSrHlBUHlbUl-UB-lU KarS.15S7. WANTED. TAJJTED iond job and cook compel l vf on; also electrotvpers. finishers, moul rs and blockers. Good waees and perma- &!t employment. Apply Immediately. Rand, eXally Co.. 1M Monroe street. Ch...

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 November 1887

IMsF -- - THE PEOPLES' DULY NEWSPAPER, TBU REPUBLIC. PUSH FAIi TRADE BI ADVERTISING IN THE REPUBLIC. VOL. XXXIII NO. 263. SPRINGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER .1, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. Jrittpinft pmg Pttroc. fitT --",i. -- 'SU P - 'A- ,-:3s s iitr- ''.' 3' 7 -ft., 1 ' " -4 J Mit J WEATHER FACTS. 15 Wi.iits-i1to. Xor.5. Ohio: Sll.litiy wanner, lair weather. Springfield, O., ) November 5, 1887. J MADE TO SELL! 1 lie Ola Story abOUt the razor which was palmed off On a purchaser who, after trying r . . it, came to the dealer and asked with anger, "what are your razors made for ?" says the answer was, "made to sell." That applies to much of the clothing that is offered with the vehement volubility that it is the most splendid clothing that was ever made. So it is made to sell. The buyer is sold also. Our clothing is made to wear. The finer grades are intended to supercede custom work. When we offer you a Montenac or Astrachan beaver overcoat, or a fine trousers or our best underc...

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 November 1887

KS38KSS8ss -' &33&Vfrmr- ,1""T "IIWMBJiriOwlPr'WWili11 lili mil " -i"-YmBini jvjp-3 . r -jt?-?- r-swv- -. I-jV;'"' '' t,i" ir---' 'sSPP- "R.-g' HEPUBUO, SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 5 1887. wgggtBaBy-r.jpygj, j iflrffipptra l n 9 1 'I ,? 4 -J 1 ALLAN 0UATERMA1N. j H. BIDEB HAGGARD. "lIHO SOU03 MIXtS ."TH WITCH'S Hlt." STC. ' CHAPTER XX. CosnxiiKi) AH, monsieur," be csped outt '" voice that u Decrlv inarticulate with fright, pa to tbo sky, it U yont Ah, what I have ailinil1 But you win, monsieur you win; tlsey fly, lb laches. But listen, monsieur 1 forget, it is no cxxl; the queen is to be MWilrtH to-morrow at the first ligbt in the palace of MBosis; her guards trill leave their posts and the priests are going to kill ber. All ycsl they Utile thoa-ht it, but I was en- I beneath a banner, and 1 beam it all." mI qn it to b murdered I o-morroia" WbstP I said, horror struck, "what do jcamssar What I say, momieur; that devil of a JCasta, he went Utt night to settle the affair with tb...

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 November 1887

sasieaKsssasWi!Wrr i yyayyw,. MPUBtTOSATtmCAY EVENING ypVEMBER 5 1887, nriw iaiMaml-ifflSjFfflfflFB?Kaall-1rii..iMi . .-1 . ajSSaMFF J5"8 'v - v ? " ' "'' r' -: ' -- ,.-.- .. I lirnnTTI rrmnairanW"llIMlllMMiiaih"ltMMiTilllWililiiiillaai -- - . , , PhssST " ?.3lr- r .,- :;,.j 3I - -,5? I 5 JSat .-Av"vr si'!;,'; .it5 WASHINGTON GOSSIP. KATE CHASE SPRAGUE AND HER STAGE STRUCK DAUGHTER. Stnaro. Conkling and Ills til tan What IWn llutlrr Mtkn at l-r ami perul. In lollllr Uoctr A. lTj.r and Ilia Career Kdsrtm " Ohrwty. JScijd Correioidence. AY"sm.oTox. Oct. 31. Mrs. Kate Chaso Ronuruo will Iw in America hvtho time this letter i-i-uhh-hcL She uitouils to return to tins Umtol States for b1. and she says sho ftvk. like an exile hilei4ie is in France. Her jirojvrty near here has Im-ome v cry vuluahlo fromtlK)RiMtn.-iu(.ul.urlunral.taUm Vashinstou. It is called lilgemood, and the Ii.miw Kiiiimii.!. m UtiM iu r.r tiw. r.....t..i and the 1'otoiuac It is an old fashioned mansion, but u large 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. — 5 November 1887

&$s . -r.wm tf-gcvygyit-Mtirct.,w(,--?. ' ' . ..ajiWrtMynAumwfcr. . --.' TSS? SMWSsi , 1-w aiWEifiWSiW 'A WJ a:f&'.W2j& - tgC?. .-r --i - ' - - f-?"sfjy.:-. ra?- BEPtTBLIO, SATtmblY EVBglRG. yOVEMBER:5, 1887. M 'r"iiS(rfll ?9 tS! ; psv. KIRK'S WHITE WYOrVYVC BiissiaN Tim only bruid of Laundry Soap awarded a firt class' initial at tlio New Orleans Exposition. Guaran teed absolutely pure, ami for central household puriwsJ is tlio very bes $priugficlii Republic EYENINH AXU WEEKLT; The BKITBI.IC .rial, the w tnrk sad West era Inorlalrd I'm lratrke ud the Holer CaMe ', orrlaa) Te Ircrai... MCHOU, rsis:DiM. thus, n. imowx. SNilSflEM POBLISHIIG G0MP1IT. Publishers and Proprietors. the EVoma kkithuc la published every evenlex except Sunday, and la deliv ered at roe rste -t IPe. per l. Single copies 2c THK WKKKLV BUl'tHILlO ll paMlShed every Thursday, and !s one ot the must com plete family newspapers In the country: eight pages, markets complete. Repiete with newt and mtseellany...

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. — 5 November 1887

z&zzyvza&r- 9xcyc9Mv- " WfjffHT-v REPtJBIJO, SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 5 1887. v- -s3i A3 i4 I ll&?' 5 1 IT' n ft is. ISe--- r i -- itf Is-. i.. , i . jJT $ 5e v!" aSSSM-iMJUMMMgC8 I rj BEABWUL WOMAN. Jk 1 wut hMUfU CfcanfUliiw, JsjJBkuaSy m i liquid FMkrt ia u . Tw V Vl wfcr ) tfly Mats iV V AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. OI K NIGHT ONLV. Saturday, Nov. 5, 'S7. The Lane hter-.Makln; Comedians. Evans and Hoey, In Host's Beit PUT. i Presented with all Its bright sunshine of Mirth. Music. Dancing. Amusing Sit uations, and prolongation of Tun and unadulterated, enervating tun. full of wholesale laugbslorevery man. woman and child In the universe. Everything new. Funnier Than Ever Before. Priees 73. SO and rents. Seats on ale at usual place. 6RAND OPERA HOUSE MONDAY, NOV. 7tli. SPECIAL ATTRACTION America's Greatest Emotional Actress. After duly weigh ing my words. I am prepared to main tain that Effle Elis ler Is the best Amer ican born act res i. Memphis Times. OB TE Effle ...

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. — 5 November 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 November 1887

MBR,.Sgaaay.Matt ffyrff, .- fT mi.-w-- mmr,, T f- Hi imni in )! ill i.iii 1. 1, umi JMlllltrWFMtTaainn . . i REPTTBLIO, SATURDAYEYENmG, ypYEMBER 5 1887. ' ' " 'H : V. "i '. A ife -,l - f .,.!! it ir .1. m r & . i K& fe THE DANDY DUDE. a one otoryhouse. ,. November. HOW HE DRESSES HIMSELF IN THIS YEAR OF OUR LORD 1887. "Solomon In All HU Oh.rj Wa Not Ar ras ed Like One nr Thrm-- I'mlrrnrar Klue Knough for the loi.t Luaurlaiit Oriental 1'otentate. Special CVnTftpomieuce 1 New Yokk, Oct. SI. "Some nmliuui weight umkrvcfel Yes air," said IheReiiial lialnlaher as he led the vvay up ulonjr. the counter. "You uould liLea roliiiiVejrRlilue, or gentlemen of v our complexion fnxti'iitl ir salmon pink," anil be selected, a couple of luxcb from tlie shelves. I Mipie I looked as if I thought him craiy, for he added in terrogatively: "Of course jou want silkP "Of course i dont!" I rconde.l, and his face fell. "Gentlemen generally wear silk, but we sell many of the mo. .Ion ones to old fas...

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. — 5 November 1887

JOEFTTBLIO, SATURDAY EVTOIlffQ. yOTEMBEIt 0. 188T, QUEENSWARE! WE HAVE ONE lirXDRED FINE DECORATED m AND DINNER SETS! At tur Main street store, that we will close out cheap, before our removal to Market street. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! Special prices throughout our large stock of Queens ware and Fancy 6oods, until January I, 1888. Come and make yeur selections and h ve the goods saed for Holiday Presents. C. W. PAYNTER & CO. 91 and 93 Wet wntn St. and 40 Soutli Market St. Fall lines of the above aMowest figure. A. Skirt Maker, Batter ami Furnisher, 3 East Main Btret- PEOPLE'S COLUMN. rtlK ADTEKTISINO. OH AND AFTER Todaythe Springfield Dint, uu-cauc will Insert such "ads" as "Wants" -Jrf.C'-f'or Rent." "For Sale." etc . In thts lama one time free, three times for twenly ra oents. and six times for fifty cents TUB SPRlftUFIKLD PUB- CO. Ma;n.iss7. WANTEO WASTED Four gentlemen lodrers-wlth boarding bouse within a few doors. In quire at SU Taylor street. 3a Or AN TED Hood Job and Doote ...

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