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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 7 November 1887

.fBfaSSSfMis-. . v . . -Jw . SISHF?T?3.- gwwwB iiiMIMWMiiillMiMMMiiiiMi 1M 11 niiiii mi) iim 1 -mm .. ir A m r -II;- h m- iftlr v If REPUBLICANS, j JSf VOTE EABXY S8 "'.: TUESDAY MORNINC C7 " tl VOL. XXXIII NO. 263. f& & WEATHER FACTS. " iS l-L-l WHioto.XoT.7. 0Mo: SSjL I J S'lEutiicooler falrweatber. I-I Springfield, O., I November 5. 1S87. J MADE TO SELL! The old story about the razor which was palmed off on a purchaser who, after trying 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 undercoats, we expect you to compare them with custom work. We in ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 7 November 1887

.9x3UE&$5!31fe aHapessss-33 ftVtsa(i&- gSSSSggggaggasss r-s. !JWUllJJBgftsgrilMMM &&&&&' i i - i fti- - r'-sr j "wSSBV - i5ff . , CT j- REPUBLIC, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7. 1887 --- MWTiwntwnrw jnr.TfOrTIBl!Ffflg i 1 1 1 i 1 " i r "w""T"il I ii Tifrrn i ti T rr- - Ti t r ITr "TMiMBi1si3HTTrTriTrlPnHl V Ti'lii'T -.- i i-w "Sg, ""s-rjar -rj , "TTP TSPIS'SP'5? f fTy'""tr tn-va f&r ftVtfWrub.v rjS&TF'Sn'yWrTBBBBtk m SJ IE Ifle Hf Vf, ST- Kiftrcs WHITE RbsiiiN JSJt Tho only brai-d of Lsiuidrv Soap awarded a fir-t -U.s medal at 11m New Orleans Imposition. Guaran teed absolutely rire, aim for general boasc!io!d pun e-. i- the very bos 3P FPi r .-. -i ' tCA E Zs-ru jFpringfirld Republic ETEX1X1! ANO WEEKLY: TkeBKl'l ISI.lt' prints tli.Jew lurk and West r JUwxIsttd Press nisrtrkf ""' !" !"" Cald (Fort-lea) Trier sms. C. M. nigrum). mi. (i. imnwx, ECTANDTRI.Jl. SPJiSERElfl P3SLirVSC COM Publishers and Proprietors. Tilti KVEXINC1 I'.KI'l r.LIO Is published ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 7 November 1887

.jiml SSBSBlSiAla2w-?3lHRaaV3RirlMBB3BB s .55t3ST.': BEPTTBUO, MOXDAY EVEmN"G NOVEMBER 7 1887i : -i5- iaaaaL.igpjrifc.i -s?r--- - .r-,s jajxr "-zTiTOMMHewaBpttp vscMfcirs""-. . -vsr ft5,yjiimaMia' mr-u.ii .g-"- r - -i -,- .-. - - - -i- -- Ik i ?i? Ik ? & ft- t 9si li fe IW Kt xSr i i jbHF i !! ii iji...... -M-'ai THE MADRIGAL. fl Once, a I walked In woodland grwn, ' I chaaced onLoven here Le tat alone Catching the rjotes of the air, cad sLrrn -.- lYom sun rays brulcm and don nn ard thrown " 1 3l rbP JS' 1 'BSB -vitf fry BEAUTirUL WOMAN. iLfl Sm aL "IV mrtir tL Cnampltn JM M i a JF Rawr Xatawd Peari w. Igsm ttvf TL 1 taMtttfU. A W SHt X AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE MONDAY, NOV. 7th. SPECIAL ATTRACTION America's (irrstest Emotional Actress. After duly welrh Inr. my words. I am prepared to main tain that Em Ktls-lerlstbcbettAnirr-Ican born actrni. Memphls Times. X2i Eme Ellslcr has rertalnit and elear- llrdemouitratedttie S ' fact that she Is the T i foremost younc act ress on 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. — 7 November 1887

1LLT -"--rraip ''WPPPPjl tCEPTTLIO, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7. 1887 & l f5E. p i& i tf Eg? t& r-s. l Uzi !S A i$ er? ri.rf it? If m mm C3:HE.A.:F UEENSWARE ! WK HAVE ONE HUNDRED FIXE DECORATED ft AND DINNER SETS! At Mr Main street store, ttfare our removal IEW GOODS! Sptcial prices throughout our large stock of Queens rt aid Fancy Goods, until January I, 1888. Come yMi nake vour selections ana nave me goous saveu tor Nttt-tey Presents. W. PAYNTER & CO. 91 and 93 Wort Wain St. g'S FU lines of the tkiv e at Jov. est figure. MrtMakvr.Hmttrr al KuruUlitr, A sc M-ttu Mrwi. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED. -An.mrttrc man (one uut of em ploymant) to begin on fair salary and Bimseix up. repres-DUDK. m ms umuiu s. an old estab'ished house References nfcaosed. American Manufacturing House Keaae street. X V. WAJfrED flood job and Oook compj-lt or: also electrniypcrs. finishers, rooul mnrf ttlnrkra ('.tod waces and iKTlna eat employment. Apply Immediately Katid. MeXallyA Co , II Monroe ...

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. — 8 November 1887

MBKSspwrwww- agl-PrjfiSHf, yritiflfiel Sailg ftwWir THE MORNING REPUBLIC A. X. TOMORROW. REPUBLIC TOMORROW M0R5I5Q. Ml ... 'i.5 a ,l lrl - VOL. XXXIII NO. 265. SPKmGFIELD, O., TUESDAT EVENING, !KO MEMBER 8. 18S7. PRICE TWO CENTS. ..LA---JT iBi?e5saiMBBr5y -- --- : --- -. .- . . .... ..-..... tOSBPiAfTPxrf- BUY A afe I &&- c. z -1! 'rUM ;W1"-! air WEATHER FACTS. IS SHISGTOK. XoT. ft Ohio: pUghllyrooler falrwrather. Springfield, O., ) November 8, 1887. J HP IMPROVED There was a city in expec tation of being besieged, and a council was called accord ingly to discuss the best means of fortifying it. A bricklayer gave his opinion that no material was so good as brick for the purpose. A carpenter begged leave to sug gest that timber would be far preferable ; upon which a currier started up and said, "Sirs, when you have said all that can be said, there is noth ing in the world like leather." So reads one of Aesop's fables ; and it reads very well, considering tne times ; in those ...

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 November 1887

'r7rvr-'iifigiK?Mrr - ssssfesssa 3a! &&&: r " i REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVOKING, yO"raafBER 8. 1887 iair3g5jsssSS59fisH9sai82 iui isiMiii'MiLMMMiiag JMmihlnJiMmiiiiliHi i"'M "" i "I'l ii'ni r i nrr n-f ---- j ii ' i irTrTTr ir --r " " ,-- f", ,iif ; yj-r.r' 55?jP1Esg M - n Kt t KVW- KT JMt" - & A3F1 03 R3fcfc pw p u a a g Ato.vCT,ui Th3 oily linnil of Lnnn.lrv Soap nwanloel a fir fus medal at tlio Kcw Urle-tni t(iolin. iw:an teelabo!ute'ly 1H' ami for pncr.il liouseholil Vr " H lho "ry llc ETEXIMJ a.VO WEEKLY: TUiriiH.H'r-rltt',Nt,,,,k",d,U"1 tr. ALtr.l t'rr.. Ilt.Uee and the Ite-sler CWt ! orrI) Trli-rrain. CM. ICHl.-. THUS. ' llltOWX, SEC'v ATKH- SPJUSFIEIO FilBLiSHIXS Publ sHers and Proprietors, he ktexiM' uei'i im.ic U puallslied MtneTestBitri.'iHt -iundar. and H IredVt tne- rits Jl iw. lr " t,UK" copies 2c THE WEKKI.V Kltl'HKl.IU U puMIhee 5M Pse. Hurt' -omUft' R"'11; US ni : " -.1-3 " psr "" InrnrtA " 'i "' Ali coram no en' ,s na e ptrtfcctlni should tw a.M ed t" ' L...

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 November 1887

V ;,.ra ,- w-iw fa 3 "-,1 :IK- 'is r U .f-i'- i-H 1ft Ef. BSSR ' V -W"-dPM- .-'- --T 'fSWKST!--" -.--"--'- jfe' ' - aw THE rj BEADim worn Y-t T 1 U41o. iwH J1 Www rWJ. 4f K V"A 4iv pibfi. Champitn'a jmm M f liquid Fvai-i u U .. Ilkm TV vV . a cf j cpbip r ww AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th. The acme of Sensational Equestrian Melo Drama I The tin-atest of alt .Modern buc cestca James II. Walllck'a new and utlc Inal Equestrian Melo-Drama in .lx arm. written by V. II. Youui-.es'-., entitled-Tbe cmujii.! MR. J AS. II. WALLICK, In his treat part of Hob Taylor, the Amer ican Cattle Kins, supported by an uncx ceiled dramatic company, atd Introduclnc his treat AetlDS Horse.. Kuan Charter. BaylUtder. the tinmen I'olt. Texas. Ara hian Jim and Calamity Jam Four i.rcat Comedians In the Cast. New Mechanical and Seu.atlonal meets I Maeultlcent New Scenery! Startllnc Tran. formation Scene! e .Music. Costumes, etc. etc. Price, 7ftc, soc. 23c Scat, un sale at Har ris's. Klcclton ...

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 November 1887

2SS&S& TCSTS&CUlc iM-ttl? . BBBmememememememea y"8 -5s's!M3S3sgfeitfr - ... ...... i, i. hi i mil iiininrtiifi'JiTm7rmfrriiiwiiti ...... ,. . -.jae. : --TrirmMIII i if l-5--"- -aaig.T.rrr- -,..r fBo-MranBw, .i.n.rw" - "'""'""""""""''""ill UTrayTTTTTT smmgzwmi -'fWr-WSe-aproarjmfTijjj,. fftggfiHmtHnyf-ptfr BBPUB110 TUESDAY JCVJLNLNG, NOVEMBER 8. 1887. -i t .. I '. isr m ICHEAP -Library Hanging Lamps and Electric Hanging Lamps, Fine Polished Bronze Lamps. THE BEST $5.00 HEINE LAMP Ever offered. Our prices: $2 to $10. KmIcs famished, and L-mps Hung Free. We offer all our Lamps at reduced prices until January 1st. C. W. PAYNTER & CO. 91 and 93 Wert Hain St. ad 4 South Market St. iHHHIIIHb Ife ihb fua . oj . , . .. Jacket. Fait Hues of tTiei,ii eat lowest flM The Shirt Maker, llnttrr and FuriiUhs-r, .1 Kc Main Mrm. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. TRKK AKVKKTISIXi. OTT 4.XO AFTER Today the Springfield Dim. KtrrsLic will Insert such "ads" as "Wants" "t, wt," -for Rent." "For esle." 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. — 9 November 1887

SPRINGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY MORNIXG, jS"OYEMBER 9. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. WEATHER FACTS. LADIES' SKIRTS! P IS Tiimio. Vot. 9 Ohln ;SlUbtlf cooler falrweather. VOL. XXXIII NO. 266. 4S3 ?IS ;V- MjSIfer ts. fe-iS PI Springfield, O., November 8, 1887. ESOP IMPROVED There was a city in expec tation of being besieged, and a council was called accord ingly to discuss the best means of fortifying it. A bricklayer gave his opinion that no material was so good - . as brick for the purpose. A carpenter begged leave to sug gef t that timber would be far preferable : upon which a currier started up and said, "Sirs, when you have said all that can be said, there is noth ing in the world like leather." So reads one .of Aesop's ifables; and it reads very well, .considering the times ; in ithose days leather might have -done for keeping the enemy out, but rubber hadn't been invented. KEEP THE ENEMY OUT. The great enemy is wet and dampness. Keep it out with a rubber coat ; so shall you live long and e...

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 November 1887

,!li$(&,firtZ$&F Ja IkyttMiic -; VOL. XXXIII NO. 266. SPRINGFIELD, 0., AVEDXESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 0. 1887 WEATHER FACTS. IS XjMU, SSHISOTOK. 'l t OhlO lightly cooler talraeather. fttKKm Wl " I WMllll ' I1'!! i III! II ,1 I I 111 I III I I II . , .., ......ouu- . . .tvrC'T S&JrSGW&&5i??l&lK tlOT.j. , . . -. W" 1 ' 1 TTlTT"rlrffl1idiriinripf,nr n-iriTrf ri W 1fc'illWHWWilBwWiWi'7TflT "11 IjfTnMBr 4pi- 8PRINFFIKID L M . CLABK COUNTY b HEPUBLICA5 XAJORITT. PRICE TWO CENTS. JK u " ' tsw jv ww &' rtM REPUBLK IS AJORITT. 11 F .jii v;-6M.m. OK, TOM! M ajKi3aaamaaaaaaaaaSaKmCSsw. ar--ar'-. n ill "V"3 9 fa. R? A. SIN 'i-S. S' 'If r SHOGKINSBAD HAT! A candidate for the English Parliament once was wont to "electioneer" by greeting voters with "Overjoyed to see ycu, my dear fellow. You are looking well ; but what a shocking bad hat you have. Here, take this five pound note and get a new one." NOT AT THE WHEN. Those voters didn't get their hats at The When, for no one...

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 November 1887

JS Sgftasgg" C-Qgiyq"?" qn TygsJyjfi- "-t'sh 'j "yjtfg 3rg HEPUBUO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOViatBER 9 1887, srR -31 :M 'JKj - -71 -j. -ill 11 - t. Br i' i BAILROAD TIME CABD. Plttsburc, Cincinnati? and pM. Louis Katl a) Cuinpanj fan UaniUe lloute. Under schedule lu effect September is, 1S!7, trains leave Springheld. central stand ard time, for Xenla, Cincinnati and Colum bus, T:15 a. in., for Davton f7:15 a. in., for Xenia and Indianapolis flOrJO a. in., forXenia, Cincinnati, C'oluuibus. Indian apolis and Chicago. 5:ll) p. m.; for Xeuia, Dajton and Cincinnati, f 3:25 p. ui. Trains arrive in Springfield at f7:15 and 10rJU a. in.. 5:00 p. m. and 5:40 i. ni. Daily, fDaily except Sunday. Sam Doiuis, Ticket Agent Clnaland, Volnmbua, Cincinnati M inmasmpolU Railway. S NUbt Express. 12 New Tore a lloiton Expresi 2 Cleveland a Eastern Kxureu t SewTorttLlnUtedExprma emus surra. Mlcht Express 27 bPK.. Ctn. X Wea. Kx i un. i lying uucKrre- .10 am ..5oain . 3.15 pm .S.i&pa 2J0 as -lMCaia . 1.3...

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 November 1887

HEFtTBIIO, WEDNESDAY EVES ING. NOVEMBER i). 1887. Two Dollars and Fifty Cents buys a calf Shoe for men, Button, Balmoral or Congress, equal to any $3 Shoe in Ohio. $1.90 buys a man's Button, Balmoral or Congress, equal to any $2.50 Shoe in the State. STARKEY &, SCOWDEN, KELLY'S ARCADE. I v "-'- -., '"s&Mbs - Rjt& ES m? vae 74 m HIRE'S WK9TE &VfcaM.v! hiissiaN less I The otily brawl of Laundrv Soap awarded a first K- imilul at tlio New Orloatis l-.-itiiu fiinran tiiil alrxvlutflv jnire and for puitml LoiiM-huIil jmrix'x's ' tins o ls SOPkR pringfirhl Republic EYF.MNH AX WEEKLT; Tk EEFl'BMC prints the Vw tort, sad M e t era Aswlated Press Ulspatf les ! Ike Hester CaWs O'crrlja) Telegrams. rie KuccTWM or tcesu.ii: The republicans liavecarried Ohio by 23, 000 to 30,000 majority, which Is a magnifi cent feather amounting to a jilunio in the gallant Forager's cap. Tlie Keneral assembly is certainly republican in both branches with fair working majorities. Tho governor and ...

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. — 9 November 1887

5S5s?S5p-"T-7' t " I-5?"'"" REPUBLIC, WTEDKESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9 1887. tl Two Dollars and Fifty Cents buys a calf Shoe for men, Button, Balmoral or Congress, equal to any $3 Shoe in Ohio. $1.90 buys a man's Button, Bal moral or Congress, equal to any $2.50 Shoe in the State. STARKEY &, SCOWDEN, KELLY'S ARCADE. T- .,- .. . --"-'W5!lw,'jfs-g n i1?l 'JA w?m tm t u$. r . ?- jQ ; n jferKi ,JE-i .Vf.'&l -,ai -i 3. it rs -i-Si IBS -esTi-ia 5 "--CH HERRIXG "DRIVING." SOME FACTS ABOUT FISHING THE COAST OF MAINE. OFF Tba Mart Proline Inhabitant, of tliti Sea. Evidence of the One Knroln- Voca tion of the Tout People An Excitlnc NlCht "Drlw," The herring is the most prolific of fish, each "matie," or roe fls.li, annually depos iting from 10,000 to 30,IH)0 jeggs; that whSe thec individual "maties" probably do not spawn but once each ear, span u Ing by herring shoals certainly occurs twice a year, in early spring ami late Jail; that herring shoals are of prodigious ex tent, "often clo...

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. — 9 November 1887

4 i liaaatTrfiP''""! i gwH1? ff8'' -f""1' -';:" "i"'"?" ,y",rmKTi EpijyvigW jyvgn'7'-iL;y ?p r "3 !tuigy!"r;vv'SS5Sf KlilPUEUO, "WEDKESDAY TOfcNifrG NOVJ&tBER 9 1887.., $2 BUYS A CALF SHOE FOR MEN, IN BUTTON, Dnlmn.nl sis PnHnM. n.,n 4a air. Q Crt mm tO fC CI... IJ !- U! A'.. : Al. M.l. X ftL- 7 Balmoral or Congress, equal to any $2.50 or $2.75 Shoe sold in this City or in the State of Ohio. Ft. O. 3DOT7.TEt 3 A 3STO"F IR. fpaaBLBjiysuiajaf """"W ' '"' " - ---r rfTBB ? -Mil Slala- l - s W m. DM , m t f&r im .&'-- w r fc v 9? JJ?V KV uv R'. fc 'C-al 'ijfcjr i .! . . h. ' -W a W ARK CAPTIVI TO l rj BEADWDL WOMAN. Li v A iiwii. m "i ii" ii w VU Mrtlr tuiiiW. Cfcampliaa lav M aw rwri ! - fim W t Tti. ttrrT-iii p v AMUSEMENTS GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE MIGHT ONLY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. Egaceneat of the Famoof Comedian. SOL SMITH RUSSELL In hit Oreatett Success. BEWITCHED! Introducing all bit famous SONGS AND SPECIALTIES, "Qooao with Sag and Inroni." Hulda's Lore gtorr. with soiie...

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. — 9 November 1887

jifcSaS3i gsp .- . .. re Kssssw' ESSesSi CHEAP LAMPS! Library Hanging Lamps and Electric Hanging Lamps, FinePolished Bronze Lamps. THE BEST S5.00 MING LAMP Ever offered. Prices : $2 to $10. HMkt ftarnithed, and Lmps Hung Free. We offer all our Lamps at reduced prices until January 1st C. W. PAYNTER & CO. 91 !) 93 Yet Vain St. a1 4" South Market St. REDEEMED Continued from firtt page hurrahs for Foraker. At the wlcwam they found another lot of republican, and the two crowd j lined is one graiid jubilee. IN GREAT STYLE. Its-try C Uavbaara Win. the Eighth Want's Scat la Coancll With a Plurality afl53. The old eighth ward stepped Into line in handsome style yesterday and returned a republican to Council, vice Fred J. Miller, oo-putitan. resigned. Mr. Millet Is suc ceeded by Mr. Henry C. Laybourn, one of the staunchest republicans In Springfield a man well known and very popular, and uncommonly well equipped for work in the city council. Mr. Laybourn downed his opponents with ease an...

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. — 9 November 1887

4 jXEPUBUG, WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 9. 1887. 00 PAIRS LADIES' KID BUTTON WAUKENPHAST SHOE, ONLY $2.00 & m Worth $3.50. The finest line of Gents' Dress Shoes at $2 in the city. Must be seen to be appreciated. New arrival of Reynolds Bros, Hale & Baker and Strong & Carroll's Celebrated Fine Shoes. SOHITLTKS SHOE STORES, 25 EAST aAXCT tTTT. .AJSTD 15 WJsJST MAnST STREET ss: jii V 1 $ & CHEAP Library Hanging Lamps Lamps, Fina Polished Bronze Lamps. lit BEST 55.81 Ever offered. Prices : $2 to $10. HMkt famished, and L mps Hung Free. We effr all our Lamps at reduced prices until J nu ry 1st. C. W PAYNTER & CO. 91 n 93 Wet tin St ! 4 South M .rk-t St. 0 I" I a b Q W o 0 5 LAMPS ! and Electric Hanging HANSING IMP Catarrh Cured Catarrh Is Tery preralent disease, with distressing and oflenslre symptoms. Hood's Sarsaparllla Eires ready relief and speedy cure, from the fact It acts through the blood, and thus reaches every part of the system. "I suffered with catarrh fif...

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. — 10 November 1887

'' w- SPHINPF1KLD REPUBLICAN JUORITV. yrmigtMft mh ffetmUfr CXiAJtK COUNTY KEPCBLICAX MAJORITr." VOL. XXXIII NO. 267. SPEmGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 10. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. WEATHER FACTS. P Wmbikotom. Xov. 9 Ohio: Slightly cooler, lair weather. IS SPRINGriELDK0., November 9, 1887. J "WELtVT -A. SHOCKINS BAD HAT! DYNAMITER'S DOSE. Lintrg Blows His Head Half Off with a Fulminating Gap, and Dies This Afternoon. A candidate lor the English raruament once was wont to "electioneer" by greeting voters with "Overjoyed to see you, my dear fellow. You are looking well ; but what a shocking bad hat you have. Here, take this five pound note and get a new one." NOT AT THE WHEN. Those voters didn't get their hats at The When, for no one could say, "what a 1 IT. 1 1 .it snocKing Daa nat ot any head covering that came Irom that establishment. Nor would it take five pounds, nor yet five dollars, to get a good hat there. Low prices rule. NOT LIKE CLOTHING. We do not manufacture hats as ...

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 November 1887

SPS aS5eRrw.... SPY3f&: 5fR5 ,tsv - T " REPtTBLIO, iTJRSMir EVEflliNQ, yOTEMER 10. 1887. ?&W-' . . . . .. . : . . . . W -J1IS5. f -W ouaw,a, v,.:,, ggggS ' in am n iar i-m auri-i - sal I si ---- --in-iTrTf .rirni r-i'i in n-TTai Tn wm n aiai-rm irn aii ii mi iwi n inan-s-sii i - --- --. - -m -- - --- - - - - " ' "mm --iui mtiaamimmArmormmtiwin -" "" m-r ---p .. -pp .- -.j-. - --- t .. ... ,, . , -.-, -- -j r i n n hi i in iumi anoi n i i iii iiii i i i a-!:-r3 '!'g--iy-Ti,,'W u RT l?s V&" . VI , (1 I Sr55- MR?- Ms? KIRKS WHITE The only brand of Laundry Soap warded a mt clas mi-dal at tha Kew Orleans Exposition, Guaran teed absolutely pure, and for funeral vi kewebold purposes is the crybos SOAR Jjmgfirld Republic BTEHCIU ASD WEEKLY; VkoUrrVUC rlat. t Stw Torkasd West r . iMKtaM Fre- BUsUs u Ktr CaMs ('Mlfi) TrinrraaM. . K. XICHOI3, rmioivT. THUS. 1. BROWN. ic'vakdtkiaS. sniicfieli niusiiic cunu, Publishers and Proprietor. BTunco BKrniLiu u published .nit.,rDt 8ondT. and ...

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 November 1887

ifl--M ." srssssss''''-' s-f5-? REPUBLIC, THXTKSDAY'ffVnEaOT'Q NOVEMBER 10 1887. ten i.-VvJ w l4 5f (& SHr- Mi t a ? j? fe 1 i 1 2 ft; ft A:;i8 E-"St Z TM r slf iSrVMt' if?'" I if JfXAa.1, HKAatTB fj iEAUWDL WOMAH. jLfl AMUSEMENTS GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. Encasement of the Famous Comedian. SOL SMITH RUSSELL In his Greatest Success. BEWITCHED! Introducine all his famous SONGS AND SPECIALTIES, "(loose with Page and Inrons." Ilnlda's Lore Story, with song. "The Locked Me In:" The "hanbi (ienteel." -The Ama teur Comic Slncer." "The Horse Shoe." "Dad's Dinner Pall." etc. supported by an excellent company. Fred. U. Berger, Manager Prtees-TOcSOcandr. Seats now on sale at Harris's Cigar Store. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. MONDAyTnOV. 14th. HUHR! The ont' produet'on of Its kind in Amer ica '. A Trem ndous ;-ucces ! The Beautiful llcturesque PUT. BEACON LIGHTS Mr. orgv Iarock and Great Cast. Magnificent Trtpical Scenes, Elaborate Appointments. tJader the Muunfnrnt ( ...

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 November 1887

SggSBfamaatot... 1&v , jeSS"4- Sr ----: sty&RQQimyyg. xtKPCGBLlO, THURSDAY iTVMDKJ, NOVEMBER 10 1887. 10 PAIRS LADIES' KIO BUTTON WAUKENPHAST SHOE, ONLY $2.00 Worth $3.50. The finest line of Gents' Dress Shoes at $2 in the city. Must be seen to be appreciated. New arrival of Reynolds Bros.', Hale & Baker and Strong & Carroll's Celebrated Fine Shoes. s? EHITTXiTE'S SHOE STORES, 25 EAST MAIU SIT. -AJSTID IS -WEST MAEbT STBEET - faM """A ! X& BB 9 hap8- X I! n JOSS fcSSSe-s. JltaXT' BfffhftBMaT'afBUaUl CHEAP Si Library Hanging Lamps Lamps, Fine Polished Bronze Lamps. IE BEST $5.00 Ever offered. Hesks fliniished, and L mps Hung Free, we oner an our Lamps at reduced prices until J nu ry 1st. W PAYNTER & CO. 91 n 93 Ve-t H iin St. Siath MtrkAt St. . jlfclffgWf-9 ! TkeLElDISG STYU In All Grade?. HYPES, l Shirt Maker, natter ami FurnLher.S mi XHl Street PEOPLES COLUMN. ratKB- ADVERTISING. Oil AWD AFTER Today the Springfield Datix Barvauc will tuaert such "ads" as"Wan...

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