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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 8 February 1887

.--? jSt- ,1 VT?JP2Sweatewr3 -""" HEIIIC REPUBLIC, TEN CENTS PER WEEK. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION pring HEiT ADVEKTISIX6 MEDIUM ! THE EIGHTH G0H&HE5SIDML DI5TBIGT. VOL. XXX1I1 NO. SPEDTGITELD, O., TUESDAY EVEM.NC, FEBRUARY s, iss7. PRICE TWO CENTS. T mwHwimi i in m r'iaSeliiia3lSf'TW,r ;5a.s-,r- pt.iiWmi -jgjiai wMwy fMfr Pa JtiMt. ?sa ' ? j WEATHER FACTS. '2 1 WiBHIIOTOH. ret) Ohio T M lUln oruo. folloi-J ljyl.ilr Hf L.. weather, l.mer temperature, jwlthacollave. Springfield, O., 1 February S, 1SS7. J Weather's on your Side PRICES, TOO. It requires very little ready money to procure When Over coats at this time. We are very anxious to see them go, and therefore see that the main hindrance is made as light as possible. More goodness for $S than you ever saw before is in any one of the hundred overcoats now in sight and to go for that amount of cash. See index of these comfortable garments in window today. Your attention is called to unboiled shirts at 50 cents and one dollar, eithe...

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. — 8 February 1887

PfXs&ztS-r'i ''W.r Rginriw-ro, tctm,ay EKiffG, irmniJAtis iss?, i?Jl i -'V3I1 v Wv ' fl f ' - VMi fc -' -ai i a.' P ir Springfield Republic EVEXIXU AND WEEKLY. Tk ECPl'BLIC prlats the Sew York tad Wea. term associate Paa Dispatches aid tke Kraler Cakl (Frfl(B)Trlitrui. . M. NICHOLS, rtSIUICNT. TIIOS. G. BROWN, BKCT AND THEl. SPBIIEFIELD PUBL1SH1HG COMMIT. Publishers and Proprietors. TUB EVKNINO KEI'UIILIO It published eTerreTenlnic except Sunday, and U deliv ered at the rate ol lie. per week. Single copies ?c IHK WEEKLY BJCI'CIILIC la published CTerr Thursday, and If one ot the most com plete family ..ewipapers in the country; elKht paces, markets complete. Kepiete with nens and miscellany, tl per year. Invariably cash in advance. All communications and contributions should he addressed to Chiton M. Nichols. editor, and all business letters to Thomas (1. JJkuy-, manager. REPUBLIC BUILDING, SPRINOFJELD. OHIO. Telephone No. 350. .1 LOCAL VI.AS Of V.lMV.tltlX. Our keen and igilant ...

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. — 8 February 1887

B r.:9KMiWSSWaflp w&xzx'"--- -jw - iSA, - -icviV.,s-t'st' ,-iu.i'J'rt - :" tmiXKlat-W-- -MVjp.-.-rs ItEPtfBLtO, MEaDA? EVENING FEBRUARY S, 18S7. :f t' K r AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE MONDAY AND TUESDAY, February 7th and 8th. Second "Year Of the natural eccentric comedian. EZRA F. KENDALL, As J iles Hut ton, In Ills latest ami most successful musical, satirical comedy, entitled "A Pairof Kids." Supiortel by his omi Comedy Company, comprising tlie best dramatic, musical and specialty talent In America. Prices as Usual. Box sheet opens. Saturday morning at '.' o'clock. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE (INK NIGHT ONLY; Wednesday, Feb. 9, '87. The wonderful Negro Pianist, BLIND TOM TIIK Musical Phenomenon of the Age. Kenonned throughout the world as THE EREATEST HATOfiAL PIANIST LIVIN9. Thv exhibition of w hose marvelous gift ha gained him world-wide celebri ty, and has both astonished and delighted the greatest mas ters of music, will ap lear as above for Positively One Night Only. AduiisMon 5...

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. — 8 February 1887

ar : TTEP lw Jfc'.aStea-.': -' ..trxv-v tr-a.miMJTrJfnii1iJriwMiii- n i wlxVij i?ji;mtuja:nx o. joott -IS' 15-: "Hfk" . WANTED! Apjnts to ncII the famous "ALBA" 60 Candle-Power Lamp STQRES,DFFICES,FAGTDHlES.iC AI.-O Hanging Lamps, BARGAIN STORES, 01 nndl3 WNlnlnM.sml HI South Mar ket M., prlHKtleM, O. HERE! Advance Styles Spring Hats. HATTER AND FURNISHER, XI). 5 EiST MAIN STKEEr. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try It. It you Want a cook. Want a situation. Want a talesman. Want a aerrant Ctrl. Want to rent a store. Want to sell a ptano. Want to sell a horse. Want to buy or sell a house. Want a pood boarding house. Want to lend or borrow money. Want tobuyasreondhandearrtape. Want to find anytbinp you hare lost. Want to End a straTed or stolen animal. U'.nt ,n flnA an nvniT fnranlhlUC tound. Kor three-line adrertlsement one day, 15c. one eeK,5"c tacu aaaiuonaiiiucuue u fc; one week. lc' WANTED. WAXTERttond bovtodrie procery waKop livSi;l .Main street. Xm WANTED A first-class metal, pattern aud If t...

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. — 9 February 1887

Mmmmmz 3CCs.?" .'. .111.11 umiTWrTTrTTi -l n innr""J TTI 31ii i-iiWIfciWKWmmjW1 p Springfield grpublit OLDEST OalLY-LMGEST CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. fimngfidd gqiullifc i-kick or kailvs ONLY Til GENTS FEB WEEK. SPEIXGFIELD, O., "WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARYS), 1SK7. VOL. XXXIII NO. 34. PRICE TWO CENTS. - - ---.":.. . . .. -".-- . nii-i- -rj-- --- - --. i win iii paito teunmk. ijtmitttw WtATHER FACTS. Whiiiotoi. Veb . Ohio: Kir weather; higher temper ature. SPRINGFIELD, O., ) February' 9, 1SS7. j STARTERS ! We start the new year with : Boys' knee pant suits, $1.50, worth every cent of the price and a little more. Hoys' knee pant suits, $2 ; reasonably good looking, strong and serviceable. Boys' knee pant suits, $3 ; styles and patterns over and over again ; corduroys, checks, mixtures, etc. Men's and youths' overcoats, $S ; choice from probably fifty different patterns ; odds and ends from broken lines which originally sold for athird more money. Boys' shirt waists, 25c ; ...

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. — 9 February 1887

'S-Mipyf-vc' o- z S&smmM&m REPUBLIC. un-M-vr-pcm v EVENING, Jj'JflJiRUABT 0 1S87. s ife 4 fc iS K COAL CHAMPION UICEH SuwMoni to C C. Taj lor in, KV.I.U, President 11. VOllES. M. M. llfcllGES, Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SULK AGENTS FOR SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON BUOS.' AXD CHAMPION JACKSON. NQ BETTER JAGKSON THRN OUBS WOOD AND KINDLING. We W a full line ol all brands of Cement, l'ltvs'er, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney and Jewer Pipe. pringfitiii cpulilu EVES1M1 AM) WEEKLY. Tae BEPLBLIC prlsti tae Sew Terk sad Wes ter. Associated Press Dispatches aad tae Belter Cable (I orrlia) Teles-rims. VUOTKLTW. I Question relatinc to tarifls ami protec tion are always with us and their actual merits are much more easil) ascertained at times when there Is no public excitement and w hen men are least affected li partisan bias than in the heat of political cam paigns. The republican pirt) Is lor protec tion tor a Unll not shuplj for reienue. but so adjusted as to protect Anienran indus...

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. — 9 February 1887

j- i amjLtfTBO -rv;v-sL ,v?ll REPTJBLTC, WEDNESDAY ETEiyG FEBRUARY 0. 1887. :Sw!Wb ..-aaefio Its m AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY, Wednesday, Feb. 9, '87. Tlie wonderful Negro Pianist, BLIND TOM THE Musical Plitnintuon ot th Age. Kenownetl throughout the world as THE GREATEST IATURAL PIANIST LIVIH&. The exhibition of whose marvelous Rift lias gained him w orl d- ulo celeuri- ty, and has both, astonished and delighted the greatest mas- I ters of uiuslc, will ap- lcar as abo e for Positively One Night Only. Admission 50 aud 25c. Itoerved seats at C II. Pierre .V. Co.'s book store, 25 cents extra. Concert at S o'clock. X TICE In vlett of extensively circulated rumors ot fraud, the manacrtnrm begs to as sure the puMIc that the above is the original and only Blind Tom, renotined throughout tae world for more than thirty years as the great musical pntdigy. and hereby onVrs I1.KU to all doubters producing proof to the contrary. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE ONK NIGHT ONLY. Thursd...

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. — 9 February 1887

&S$S&i -.- mmriiiimviii' m T tim?-r i -jl3". KlrfJ.lSSS.ai .tmun REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 9. 1887. n't 4 3fr M dte- a - IT PDnEHY ! For Ornamental llfcoratlng. Fancy Astec Shapes. 100 Different Patterns. DECORATED WARE Forwarded lo Iho Pottery for burning in the colors, at small cost. iotSa vdjorCoVj BARGAIN STORES, 01 nod 1)3 Wnl Mnln St. and 40 South Mar krt st., irincfleld, O. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED- A ci cook. Enquire at Thomas Miarp'3 residence ot Mrs. Millie I'Mllli'i. WANTED -Good boy todrive crocery wacon at aowesl Main street. Km WANTED A nrat-class metal, pattern and tool maker. To a steady, competent and reliable man acood and steady position will be eiren. Address, with references, JI T llleeson. manufacturer ot carriage mountings. Columbus. U. 2 I7ANTED First-class cook. lth referrnce II Apply to Mrs. L. it Potter. .sJS east lligli IITANTED Second-hand furniture wanted. II Call on oraddress IDS west Slain street W ANTED-Ladles. local or trave...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 February 1887

--rt--"i' VBSS,Jrt "r'- iiiici: OF IIAII.l s OLDEST 0ILT-LRGLSt CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERT1SIHB MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. as. ONLY TEN CENTS PEI WEEK. PRICE TWO CENTS. SPR1XGF1ELD, O., TU ri.SJXAY" EVENLVi, FE131117ARY 10. iss7. Storingfield paito Hmtdrlir I 'I It WtATHER FACTS. V'.maTi).les. '0 Ohio Fai"eallKT. Iilliowtd 1)1 In ml rain or no lower tem perature Sl'KINGFII I I, O., ) February io, 1SS7. J In the natural order of things come working shirts, overalls, jumbcrs and denim coats for the mud and slush of .the early spring. At no place to think of are they more generously shown or more liberally sold than at the WHEU 23 and 27 Went Main Street, Where, in addition to these mud requisites, are to be found at all times the most complete, best assorted and strongest made suits and over coats for men, boys' and chil dren, and at prices within reach of the hardest squeezed pocketbook. With all the clothes on ex hibition in these spacious rooms, it's a wonderment if a I man can get in 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. — 10 February 1887

7rtEaraiB35a(aiWIBiE5HR!Si JMiwpjjpUfWPPWW BWBPi MMaNMMHMtMRmai agiWMwWK Jfegsra ftptnutc. I'JirHgpAY smto, I'Limr vur m iss - ".. El - . . . , , nm , , , , , i I H I - -A II jSptingfidd rpubUc EVEXIXU A.Vl) WEEKLY. Tie BF.PCBLIC prists the Sew York aid Wes. ters Associated Press Dispatches sad the Ksiter Csfcle (Forelga)Telegrams. C. SI. NICHOLS. T1IO-4. a. IIISOWX, Mir'y AMI TRESS. SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING COMPANY, Publishers and Proprietors. THE EVKMSI1 UM't'llLIC Is published eyerr evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate ol 10c. er week. Single copies 2c. THE 1VEKKLT BKI'UIILIC In published every Thursday, and Is one ot the most com plete (amlly newspapers In the country; eight pases, markets complete. Repiete with news and miscellany. II per year. Invariably cash In advance. AH communications and contributions should be addressed to Clifton M. Nichols. editor, and all business letters to Thomas ti. I)rowi. manager. REPUBLIC BUILDING, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Telephone No. ...

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. — 10 February 1887

tm. $JVksaSS&&fr'XIWi-miimjrni . iHfcmrnrmiii " IRSp - v rSli "f REFtTBLIC, THTJESDAY EVEKtiTG FEBRIJAIiY 10, 1887. L I. - AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE ONE M15IIT ONIVY, Thursday Evening, Feb. 10th. Return engaceinent of the COMEDY EVENTOFTHESEASONJ The 0111 coinpanv authorized to crfonii Augustin Daly's GREATEST SUCCESS. ANIGHTOFF! O It MIHTVKDS STAR SOCIETY COMEDY CO. llcautiftil Costumes. Elegant Mast" KHeeis. SEE IT! HEAR IT! LAUGH AT IT! TIIOs Il.MIFl'I'U'l) - - - Manager CIliF. r II U hi Mace Manager Admission T5, SO amlic. Ueserved --eats on sale at C II Pierce A- Co " book -tore, GRAND OPERA HOUSE. THll Ml. Ills OVU, FHI0SysSIITUI10H.FU.il 412. m vti"vii Saturday Afternoon at;2:00. Tin ctvattt Mvmo ami dramatic ut c-v of the Ma-on, Wilson Barrett &IIcni A. Jones' IIIU1IHI Ml II1I',.H, Presented with magnificent Soenerj. Mechanical r.nVitN and a "suiter- ew ork conipan., including B. F. Horning and Chas. H. Bradshaw. A. It. Waterman. - - - Mannger.C C. M. Tunie...

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. — 10 February 1887

ww immsmMmvwmvrmmmtulm jwumMtxtA y ? .ffl-w -ur y--i " S Vi--'V-V,,,, REPUT3LTC. THURSDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 10. 1887. V t l-V W IT POTTERY! For Ornamental Decorating. Fancy Astec Shapes. 100 Different Patterns. DECORATED WARE Forwarded to the Pottery for burning in the colors, at small cost. tohx vvWCoV BARGAIN STORES, 91 and 3 VTmI Main SU unit 40 South Mar ket M., Nprlnglleltl, O. HERE! Advance Styles Spring Hats. HATTER AND FURNISHER, XO. 3 EIST MAIS STKEEr. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. ITTAXTnii-A good cooV. Enqulreat Thomas VV sharp's residence ot Mrs, salllc Phillips. WAXTKH-A first-class mcUI. pattern and tn..i njLtr Tn a steadv. competent ana reliable man a good and steady position ll b given. Address, with references, it. T ISlee-on. manufacturer of carriage mountings. r.ilmnlius. . " V TAXTEll-Flrst-class cook. with reference I Apply to .Mrs. L. M Potter. SS east High w IrANTED Second-hand furniture wanted .. . - 1..J . .. 1I.H HfPUU. lail on or auurvss w n u l Jot WAXTEU-Ladle...

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. — 11 February 1887

- jr-umjjyi iji; y iuh itnuiiiiv V "' ' "- .gtwa'?at'''ggr fpringfifld gqjulilu; ruin: or iaii.y Mil TEN CENTS PER WEEK. PRICE TWO CENTS. OLDtST OMLY-LIRGEST CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. SPELNGF1ELD, O., FRIDAY EVENIX(5, j7EIiIUTAUY II, iss7. VOL. XXXIII NO. 36. S; TaBSLfiSMiv' ' '; ""V "'L " ' ' "-'" T -r . JlpwtifiiMfi patti itamMir. r WfcATHER FACTS. H'Hm'OTo'.lrt 11 Ohio Rainor suon followe J ty fair neither cold waie. Sl'RlNGFiri-D, O., ) February 11, 1SS7. J 0 LITTLE Whether the need be much or little there is every good reason for coming to first hands for supply. THE WHEN Offers greater inducements at all times to cash and one price buyers than is possible for or dinary clothing merchants to offer from the advantage of manufacturing their own stocks, large purchase trans actions and the like but, at this particular bctween-season time, when the want is likely to be a single garment, there are chances to purchase among the odd stock turned loose since inventory. Sepa...

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. — 11 February 1887

"v'jp'fi " " 'wvf "JS"- " i,(ite "set-. gg-- --'- jmtaaa anU - ! 'imp- m i - -B iw,,y IVVMHVHRHGllHMPPpflHHI -gs-sv j - JWWUMKW aw-"' " i "fieyy''tTg--: -wj.3 -8rfW RftlnTBUC1, PTfiA-v EV'EKIN'G, JjUilitttTAKVll 18fi7. In it f Ifr." .'II K COAL CHAMPION COAL ID ICE CO. sjncenr to C. C. Taylor X Mtn, . H. KKI LA, President 11 OUE. M. M. HUMJKS. !-ec, Treis Manager 9 3 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SOLE AC.KNTs FOIl SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON BROS.' AD CHAMPION JACKSON. NO BETTER JACKSON THAN DURS . JVT1 IltVOIT is. WOOD AND KINDLING We kep a full line ol all brands of Cement, lU-1er, Hair, Fire llrlcV And Clay, Chimney and Sewer l'ipe. Springfield gUpuultt EVE.XIMi AM) WEEKLY. Tli RrPrBLIC prists t.ei Tort nd Ifn tern Asaorlittd I"res nUpstrhrtaid tht Ister Cabls (Foreign) Tele crsma. . M. jaCIIOLS, raisIDivT. TUOs. O. IIKOWN, -EC'T ASPTRats SPHINGFiELD PUBLISHING COHFASY. Publishers and Proprietors. THE EVKN1X1 KKI'l I1LIC 1. published erery evening except bandar, and Is deliv ered at th rate ol 1...

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. — 11 February 1887

yjw--? V-3 -jWMw-t-'1 l,,y' XJttaSNSSBRfelKusawm . u. -g i i jjm- (("! rs - wii";,' -- --c"sr-"-" -wt-t - KiPTJT3LTC TTJDAY EVaLS"G FEBTTCTAttr 11. 1887. Hi AMUSEMENTS.! GRAND OPERAHOUSE. TWO MOtlT ONI.!. FRIDAYS SATURDAY.FES. 11&12. XI VTlMCli: Saturday Afternoon at 2:00. 1 lie greatest sctiilc mill dramatic mic-Cfs-s of tho sv.imiii, Wilson Barrett &llcnr A. Jones' 111 MTU I I Ml ll-lii:vl. l'resviitiil vwtli magnificent Scener), Mechinical hlTei ts, ami a jiiifrb New York coiitjianv, including B. F. Horning and Chas. H. Bradshaw. K Waterman. - - - Mainger.D C M lunitT llusiness M-inager. l'nio. I-vening, 75, M) ami -", for .Matinee. CtilMrni -.V, Adults S()c. beats now on -ale at 11 irris's. oiiMr store. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT, Saturday, February 12. Eight Years a Brilliant Success. RKXTII!C)W"S MUSICAL COMEDY CO., I'rlie Ideal silier t .irnrt Haad aatl tlprratlr Orrhestra t'i:o "MOHT. nrst the Popularity ot the !U fined lavoritesind kiugrun Makei-.nl ail time. The...

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. — 11 February 1887

-r-'iffr'- ;-5- ' ;r.'!taji- Jnuiy; .mxi m mm .. K..- REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 11, 1887. IB ' - .-... 15 C. BUYS A can of clioio Table Teaches : $1.75 per doz; a bargain. 10 BARS Of (ijrmau Soap for ,'.) cents; a bargain. 5 C. PER LB. For Fresh Star Crackers; a bargain. 15C.PERDOZ. Choice Oranges ; a bargain. BARGAIN STORES. SI Md 93 1Vet Main St. ami 40 South Mar Lrt -it., SpriiiKflrlil, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TtTANTEIi- Tbeldlfo know that ittis . If WralKht liai opened dre svmaklna room t lMMt Hicli itrei-t. Alto teaches euUIni: and fittinc. tlsfactton guaranteed .thrATa "IWAXTKD- Asoodrook. Enquire at Thomas IF sbarp'3 residence of Mrs alllt' Phillips. WANTED First-class rook, with referrnce. Apply to Mrs L..M l'otter.MS east HlKh. TTTAXTEI) Second-band furnltun wanted. II Cation or address U west Main stn-et 3't TJAXTED-Ladies, local or traelliK. A if wonderful entirely new specialty for la dies only; $1 dally easily made; no photo, no palntlnc: particulars free. M...

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. — 12 February 1887

V ., '( . ii in iIMJ ,' gpH!jl Tjn u 'a'"; a gprinflfictd $epablU OLDEST DAILY-URGES! CIRCUUIION. BEST HERTISISC MEDIUM. fpringftclil Republic; 1 iek r 01 iiii i ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. f"- & SPBDfGFlELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING, .FEBRUARY 1:2, isVT. PRICE TWO CEN TS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 37. JijrrmjjfMw paite I fifynunt. If- I - r. WtATHER FACTS. Wikhiqtox. leb li Ohio Local nnw tollimeu. Ly lair Iwealher higher temperature Spkikgfii !I.LI, O., ) y 12. 1SS7.J February We buy cloth, trimmings, etc., in car lots don't forget that. We employ upwards of fif teen hundred operatives in cutting and shaping clothing lor men, youth, boys and children ; don't forget that, cither. The product of this factory goes direct to consumers without a stitch of it being handled by middlemen, which ought to be proof enough that prices are at all times one or two degrees lower at the We are Hearing the end of the busy overcoat season. You who have shivered and waited are likely to be rewarded for tne halt ...

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. — 12 February 1887

J-3? r V.""? sS ffW9ii REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 12, 1887. RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. Stray Leaves From the Diary of a Mid winter Week. When Will n Mf Tor the princflrlt Mu seum be Fouml? s-peelalINNital Hells e rj A IttirTalo Msn Who Know-Cleveland How to Tell a l.nilj's As-A Canine Leading l.aili A Talk on the May Fotlsal Cherry Illi- Olll Open Col. White's lie. Ignatliiti The Iloss 1'uxtle of the Reason Niitrs. What w oulil on tliink of a man w lio had a fortune willed to him on easy conditions amt not only bailed to accept it, but paid no attention whatever to it? Ami yet tins is the eact attitude of the city of Sprinctield toward the 550. 000 offered by Mr. Henj. II. Warder to the city for the purpose of bulldinc a museum and public library build ins. A very well written article was commu nicated to the Kr.lTM.ir la-t Monday show ing how undesirable the locating of the public library in the market house building would be. The jmints of objection ore well taken. The location...

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. — 12 February 1887

, .-f mrntunnjttuKm '1 EPUBLTOJSATURDAY EVESTyG FEBRUATIT 12, 1837. DI-Al) Ll-TTKR OITIH WHAT IS DONC WITH MISDIRECTEED MAIL MATTER. The Mueitm nml I lie Main Office Df tHmmI Siwo KminpltM of fits Inge nult if (UrUo hiuI the Curtde ny letter ttrlffi Add rem Thrlr MUItr. fl-iial CmpouJncc AVsiiim.ton. lh 7 Of the M0m0t0 reupl-in lb" lmteU Mntes one-tout u eer j kit nre m ule aw an? of the presence in a1i lagton of the ,l-a.l letter ofllce by receiving letters Unrinj; its ominous, triangular t-Liinp lVrh.il!, of thte50,imGUi)not oer one-tenth ercr vtoiteil AN abincton But of those who came, few went away n ithout isit mg the dead It tier oilice, for it is one. of the most interest mg of all the bights in this great capital The dead letter otfleoisikedofl in the second and thinl tones of the north east corner of tho department build mi SI I ' $4 vsk it .upermtendent,and !lwCli' !(lll!JT. hi, .vssWant, Mr "Hf,,, ..frN. P IVrry, with their JVl, , . -rrSl nf n1 -vnaLnsestxxain, 7!. large,...

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. — 12 February 1887

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