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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 11 November 1887

3? - i -. lPWmiilhhMl I HIIIM!! I '' yratftftelft jtoflfl fkptMc THE THE REPUBLIC, lOo PEK WEEK. PEOPLES NEWSPAPER. VOL. XXXIII NO. 26S. SPKINGFIELJ), O., FRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 11. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. e it&x m rr- Mr IS a as? 5? St-r at fS jsw " ?' t !- L I "? WEATHER FACTS. P Vhm-noto. Nor. 9 Ohio: Slight y cooler fair weather. Springfield, O., ) November 9, 1887. J "WHA.T .A. SHOCKING BAD HAT! A candidate lor the English Parliament 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 shocking bad hat" of any head covering that came lrom that establishment. N01 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 we do the clothing we sell, and...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 11 November 1887

"r 3?!f??,??5aafM&B'e SssSSi J . j - j.tj. mrnB,viiWnrrm.u. z 'J. iiIBESSSieS8aSSESa psf'srV , K95Wf ItVSt V 3--- - - - v'rf?y v-fTpi- njr;;5W,TW'5 fiEFtJSLIO, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER ll. 188?. i si tmm i rattaSJill sff gjffBifcSftwwwwv. . .mTr-- SBsfigaasigi ?,? 'THiUwJi yM.iMfaatB?ii sasta-pTfls "SVF? C izJ&e It' . 'IB r FS - n tajik WHITE hvzl niiiiP The only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a first class rucdal at tho Xew Orleans Exposition. Guaran teed absolutely pure, anil for p-'neral household purjioscs is the cry bes F5? SOAR Jfrfringnciu Republic ITEKIKU AND WEEKLY: Te KErTBUC prlnl. Ik. e lorl asd n nt ra Aaserlated frru llUpltrkr a4 the Itrsler ! (Verfljs) Trlf trellis. C Bt. NICHOUM, rstsmtST. Titos. :. IlUOWJf BtC VBTS. SHIKFIEL. N.U.I.I. COMPUT, Publishers and Proprietors. iTKHTXO KKFUHLIC li published eery evenlcs except Ssnnaai. ana it o.etiv areas! tne rate oJ loc. per week. Slneli spies 2c. mm wreklt RKrniL.it' is puishf even Thur.liei. an ! ' nneo'tlin sios...

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 November 1887

3fiBiWESSgftft$SSj$iS$58 .. , ti na"aTttr'agfffT"ir-i?iiMliiiT:-iTiiMiw"-. -laWsW?iitt IsIIIe, W?K5SS??rWS REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVENING NOYEMBEJ li 1887. rafr v - . .- . - . 3 V. f X C '-; V . 4 rl 5 vl .4 li ft .?. I 4 .TW "V f- -'J I ''.'If SI. ?v . ft1 4 . f" - rj iEADIffOL WOIAK. jLl ' "w -?F r vV " "fi,r-M,iftT"- XF W AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. Encasement of the Famous Comedian. SOL SMITH RUSSELL In his Greatest Saecets. BEWITCHED! Introducing all bit famous SONGS AND SPECIALTIES, "(loose with Sxce and Inrons." Ilulda't Lovei-tory. with sans. "They Locked Me la:" The liBuby Oenteel." -The Ama teur Comic Mnirer." "The Horse Shie." "Dad's Dinner Pall." etc-, supported by an excellent company. Fred, a. Itrrc-r, - Msnafra Prlees-TOcSocandiV;. Seats now on sale at Harris's Cigar Mure. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. MONDAYTnOV. 14tb. BEfCOH LIGHTS! Tbe only production of Its kind In Amer ica I A Tremendous rucres I Tbe Beautiful Picturesque Play. BEACON LIGH...

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 November 1887

jC-- jXKPUBUQ, FRIDAY BVBNISrQ, NOVEMBER 11. 188t. 10 PAIRS LADIES' KIO BUTTON WAUKENPHAST SHOE, ONLY $2.00 4 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 Stronq & Carroll's Celebrated Fine Shoes. i B "LTE'S SHOE STORES, 25 EAST Js&AJUST rT. A3ST3D 15 -WEST ItdLAJJST STREET m m If : hm -- Mt fei? Si-C Mi Tip. 6Bg CHEAP Ufcrary Hanging Lamps and Electric Hanging . Lamps. Fine Polished Bronze Lamps vs. THE BEST SS.00 w- Ever offered. HMkt furnished, and L mps Hung Free. We off-r all our Lamps at reduced prices until J nu ry 1st. W. PAYNTER & CU. 91 n I 93 -V-Mt H tin St. n ' 'it' M rW St. -,". m r TT . -rGf ' HIH hoUElDlXG STILE In All Grdes. HYPES, MfJUrt Maker. Hxtter n.l Furnisher, 3 Eui Main itrtsri. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. ADVKKTISIXJ. 0 4ITO AFTKK Today the SprlngSe Id Dm m nu will Insert sach.-ads; as W ants --ror nest, fmc v Ml .. aa time free, three times for twent...

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 November 1887

iprtnjrfteLfr mm $tpMt. the THE REPUBLIC, lOe PER WEEK. PEOPLES' NEWSPAPER VOL. XXXIII NO. 268. SPRIKGFIELD, 0., SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 12. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. e M rl'' - Ji , IK! :if i V J " I "fife WEATHER FACTS. P WiMiisOTOF. Xot. 12 Ohio: IS .ly armer, lair weather. Springfield, O., ) November 12, 1887. J GOME TO THE WO And observe the time by in specting the vast and brilliant arrays of Fall Clothing suita ble for all mankind, from the toddler to the totterer. You're not humbugged about prices. We could quote you prices, but what of it ? Examine the . quality, try the price by that. CASSIMERE SUITINGS. We have some extraordi narily fine fancy strip and check suitings in these, ods in an departments. 1 hev'are handsome, durable, popular. In our hat department we have every sort ol head cov ering in vogue, and we'll cover you to suit your fancy at less price than the same arti cle will cost you elsewhere. Underwear especially en gages attention at this time of the year. 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. — 12 November 1887

lSJwa 2nH?zr7ril3Mvg , , ... m--iTa-a-.B i'iii-aia..- lay Miitif.-trM-iin ih'im -r-m imm- raMfllTff (m - -- '. Si . "TSS! i .3 - -1 ;-m saj , " I " - i 43 -a -wOl :a :,- . ALLAN QUATERMA1N, Bj H. RIDEIl HAGGARD. ttrtsoE or Eto snuo's mixes." ' "jES.""tME WITCH'S Hll," ETC. CHAPTER XXII. rxTixtT.l un oe mie, tailing mm at DM word, and drore the tic spear with such force ai Urn slopogaa that it sunk right through the tough shield and pierced htm in the neck. To Zulu cat down the transfixed shield, and that moment was Ajron's last, for before he could free bis spear and strike again, with a about of "There's for thee, rain makerl" UmslojiogaAS jriied lnkosi-kaas with both band, and whirled heron high, and drove her right on to bis v enerahle head, so that Agon rolled down clem I among the corpses of hi fellow murderers, and there was an end of him and his plots together. And Ten as he fell a great cry rose from the foot of the stair, and looking out through the jxirtion of the doorway ...

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 November 1887

i,"ijwvac3g?p 'y, - REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12 1887. 35 pPr2 -- Iff- t h-s fr C1LVT FROM WASHINGTON THINGS GOSSIP ABOUT MEN AND AT THE CAPITAL. " rrauk llatton New Iaper 4olp About liobrrt 1". Porter llmncroft and Cor coran Compared Some wpaper Ooa ttp A Situation Which railed. Ss-ial CVaTespondence.l "iVashinotov, Xov. T. It was the hour in the afternoon at which the great government departments vomit forth their mass of work ing humanity. CrowiUof men and n omen twurod by the thousand, . ut of the ca ernoiu jaws of tlw United btatai trwisury. Un. 1110 maw, of tho state, war ajul navy building mnt black with the human stream, and the clerks of tlio attorney get'eraTa ofDce were leaving their department for their homes. The aveuue lietwwen SeA ratccnth street and the IUggs houso was black iilth pcojilo, and BASOtorr as a t-ecestriax. It was the liveliest hour of tho day in Tash ingiou. Just at this time down the avenue anil through this moving throng walked a straight o...

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 November 1887

AW!f! '!S!S5!5SSsSwSsi!.'r. :-.- asswwuimsiist i inn ijhot.hiiii1i i ri?fl-J5ES8MK!; jirTt)pH.-- sf-- ?- ! . BBPTJBLIO, SATURDAY ETOJPTG, NOVEMBER 12. 1887, I $1 BEAUTIFUL WAX DOLL GIN M WITH EACH HOC BOX OF G. A. WOOD'S FINE BAKING POWDER ! CHAS. A. WOOD, THE LEADING CROCER OF SPRINGFIELD. Jtl "t'I . 'I ----- - - , - Tj &i f ?-.. 'ssssi -sa feas KIRKS WHITE HiissiaN The culv brand of Laundry Soap nwanlwl a first cl incilul at tho New Orleans ExiosltioiL Guaran teed nh-oluU-ly pure, aud for pciieral household purposes U the very bes SOAR frpringftiiii grpubltt EYEXINU AXD WEEKLY; Tkf Stri'Btir prll t w Tori aid W -era AumUlrtl Prewi IUpatf a tae Bf sWr CM (I'orrlga) Trlraran. c. SI. KicnoLS. ratsiooT. IIIOV ft. BBOVX, SIC'riSDTXSlS. SPSIICFIELO FUBL1SH11S CDHP1IT, Publishers and Proprietors. TBI vknino nerriiLic It published every etenlcx except Sunday, and la delU ered at ttc rate of 10c. per week. Slnale copies 2c. HI WEEKLY BKPCHLIC t puMUnea even Thursday, and Is one of the ...

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. — 12 November 1887

nssssssr-rlTTsM"rrmi i cil iiini.mi.i-Mi ..., ru"rwTMi- Ttmwm i n y7vsF - -- - ., - v$ , . 'Ill s' REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVElTCffG KOTEMBER 12 1887'. IB SiT' fer 4 -f mm oft Sfr' a fr s H. r m - Will IIIJtRTif fj BEAUTiFDlT WOMAN. 4 r AV ! ' ' t" t- A w IA ilf Uttfi. C&arapltna jmJ Wf Liquid Pvui U lfc -. fmW m to ., W fllju r HF JOTTINGS IN SOCIETY. Hymen's Torch BIozh Brightly ana Sheds Considerable Radiance Matrimo nial Announcements. The Krtnrli Karket In Full 4 Dnnrinc l'irl j otcs ami Aiinwuiiiriiiriits ot the 1'nnt Week lully sl r.irlli. ft-rvt-il throughout both ilavs, and tho "market" will Ins an ailinlrahle place for tmsinps men to patronize. f(ir their meals. A newspaper ttorlptIoii It not likely to gU e inurli idea of the brilliant ensemble or the gj details of tlie "market." AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE MCIIT OMJ, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. Engageaie nt ot the Famous Comedian. SOL SMITH RUSSELL Iu his i.mtett Snccsi. BEWITCHED! Introducing all his famous SONGS AND SPE...

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. — 12 November 1887

IS-Jt .:sas "eT- JT "-- ' TsPflJfS" aS: l. ., . ---- --..,... Tfl' t iirrriginBritfliMW i. i : .. nm . simmnnnniTsi tit mmmna i n im .. . . i itt -n nn n srih i r jrTnit,inrrTiiMTrirri imrri iTirfciiiiiiin ; ' l" i'i JLVjr''TT"'i.V"' ", JSSJ affl Mm 1 1 MR. SMATHCRS DRIVES A TACK,! tb CrylIll"on fww ,u HE bappiDoss of R Uorlom household ha recently Itch ilcstroyKl by a mott nsfortunato occur rence, nil J the wliito winged 1om of pcacr has folded bcr wings liio u cabinet bedstead and vanished. Sir. Baldwin blathers resides in Ono Hundred and Twenty-fourth street, and the. connubial bliss of the Smathers family has leu undis turbed until last Friday afternoon. Mr. Bmathers has long leen notci anions the neighbors for an astonishing talent in making pmerras. Indeed, the fame of her pickled poaches, raspberry jam and canned pears reached at least throo blocks etch way. Every season she puts up a generous supply of traits, and to be presented with a jar of Mrs, Bmathers' preserves was a ...

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. — 12 November 1887

" - i - . - -. -' - ' ' . " -v. - ......... . .. . . .9"?"'lr'l'N'NJJ.lJ5vPWk JHW'jfHMMalKsnam .- .- . ,-; f;.. -,i -,.- ,... - ysy sfcTN 4 r vra-3?lreS 'V - - . "IJLllLirnrgHlIBCKMrJCTnBoWBMWIBaaaaaMnaaWanlnaaBanBaaaaM ' ., 1C -3 J 3 J "' Si I .'iffl '- -Jf -t j3t -j .$ i e fSv es I? lit r- i Ni . f It r "C"" - i Is. - r t Jfe ( r.; r S3JL- aMagaatajiRsRa f-V.r 5 - . - : A NEW YORK LETTEil BEECH ER'S EFFECTS ON SALE MUSEUM. AT THE AMERICAN Not a Thoronhljr ArtUIle Lot tn.andCnrl.-Tn..lUmk.byFarlh. Mart Important Th Acton' Fund Monument Robert tonla Sieveon. lSpi&lCVTix.ndence.l EWio. Nov. ..The sale of the art treasures ami library of the lato Henry Ward aWor is set down to begin Tuesday, and the American Huseum of Art, where tho rol- lection now is, has Ux-n vudtod by great immbcrsof people since it was first cxwd for sale. Tho bidding will no doubt be brisk, csjiecially for sonio of tho books, but there wUlbofcntlungsi.urclias.'dliecauseofgreat artntic merit, for Mr. Ikvcherw...

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. — 12 November 1887

m xOfctTSLid, SATtTftPAY EVBflftra, tfdvEMSM ll im. iMtiiiMiiHM aSwiMHMiiliMtal 300 PAIRS LADIES' KID BUTTON WAUKENPHAST SHOES, Only $2, 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. SOHTJLTKS SHOE STORES, 25 EAST IsLJLIST JSTID 15 WEST 1VTAT-NT -.17- f BLOOD FLOWING Through the streets of Springfield would be an extraordinary sight, yet it might not cause any more excitement than A HEADLESS MAN, Dancing a hornpipe on the Market Square. Either of these sights would make the blood run cold in the veins of those who gazed thereon. The announcement that WAR WITH CHINA Had been declared would still further agitate the public mind and everybody would say "What next ?" Yet there are other things which might create a greater sensation, such as A SPEAKING MULE, But when a firm come foiward who can show a better and cheaper stock ul China....

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. — 14 November 1887

55K&fS8at5aS! wa'yniJfaaM; iB ftmttflfMft pmfa MtptMk THE THE REPUBLIC, lOe PER WEEK. - - v , PEOPLES NEWSPAPER. -p 6 tk SPRINGFIELD, 0., MONDAY ErENDsTG N0VENLBER14. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 269. PRICE TWO CENTS. --'SS&t tl -'IB- r I&J- F-ii WEATHER FACTS. WasunoTOir. Xov. It. Ohio: kii MMiiirr. nreeeded bw (l.rtif ..In.. ......l., l . .i mrnlng. followed by rising temperature. Springfield, O., 1 November 12, 1887. ) COME TO THE WO And observe the time by in specting the vast and brilliant arrays of Fall Clothing suita ble for all mankind, from the toddler to the totterer. You're not humbugged about prices We could quote you prices, but what of it? Examine the quality, try the price by that. CASSIMERE SUITINGS. We have some extraordi narily fine fancy stripe and check suitings in these goods in all departments. They are handsome, durable, popular. In our hat department we have every sort ol head cov ering in vogue, and we'll cover you to suit your lancy at less price than ...

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. — 14 November 1887

iiiaMipyiinpij laEFTTBUO, MONDAY EVEN ESQ, NOVEMBER 14, 1887. " ssR' PSr"- 'v iSS Mi if St KIRKS JCS2EI Tho culy linuul of Laundry Soap aw&rued a fiit r!:ws initial at llio Kew Orleans KximUoil Guaran tad absolutely puro, ai'd fr pwieral household nurjws i Hie very Iks SOAR It Springfield Republic ETEMXO AND WEEKLY; ' nnErrm.iriirInltlifew York aad wt era ArUtel I'rf.. IH-ritrae tke Beater CaMa i.Farelra) Tflrsrsm. , NICHOLS. rscs:DiT. tii;m. :. mtowjr. SIC'TASDTRl- SPJ1IEFIE10 PMISHIIG COMMIT, Publishers and Proprietors. mmm crrxma itnrUliMC ti DUbltshed. nn (mclce except Sunday, and li dellj- eradat tn rte ot 10. Per wee tuple 3c. Single E WKKKLT KKPUltLIO ti puMllhed erer Thursday, an J Is oue ot ine mwiom, ..r ..n nr.n4rMr In the country! ilrht oases. marfcets complete. Repiete with ntws and mtscellsny. II Pr l8" iBTarlably cash la Advance. All communications and contribution! hnnl ha addressed to Ciitoii M. Nichols. S tutor, and all business letters to Thokai o bowi, manage...

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. — 14 November 1887

(AW'-S?SKia3rw ... . .1 Hiii-Mir-im inmii , , . . mi ii'rririiBfMir'minin r5r5-issgfc lu iii ti iiiiiii jwiijii ii i it .nnryp iiiitfWflqywgwiH! REPX7BUO, MONDAY EVENING ypYEMBER 14 1887. I I' HI I I I Ullll I lIlHUBilH iMIUMPII I HB'il I II II I IWII IP " " '- $& ' - - pr7 vWjlSgKlZyV' - fT-f -W4 - it 3 3. e T 1! ".f v8f fe - tw . f 41 w abb amn to rjf BEADTinn, WOMAN. A t 1 .MU.kJ.liit. l 1 Vt aailr uefl. Oiaultne BBWaV If IJsid P"l 1. u - V VM l M ilir ,HT AT S Vn-JkV Imy a VLll.. AS g eal AMUSEMENTS. P TONIGHT GRAND OPERA HOUSE. A Great Success In New York. Thl alelphla. Itoston. Washington. hlcago. Cincinnati, and erery large clti In America. BU LIGHTS ! (A Military Mexican picturesque play) In terpreted by the strongest company trav eling today Mr. t.rg.e L-nriiM-k. also Mr. llxrold Forsberg Mr. Jay tlayCaaiar. Mr John liennon. Mr Kalph Dorm in. ilr. Toner llltams. Mr I J. Iterndon: Misses Emma Hinckley. Oracle Km men. Nrt H barton. Dairy Thompson and others All of tke See...

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. — 14 November 1887

SgtfWStfft tm i bM ' tJE-t; :srsPN -STJsjpwsTjts'-S'-ST JaJ jflEPUBLlO, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14 1887 10 PAIRS LADIES' KID BUnON WAUKENPHAST SHOES, ONLY $2! 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 Strona & Carroll's Celebrated Fine Shoes. r FUR? '?S?SaBH53BPKi?9wi-BS?' 'TV.v;: --' - ; "'S;i SE5BsaaBaPjTaWLPJBMaBBMalMaPjTaPjre -. ."k. -p" - a--v?TWsra .... ,...v - .w -wv; - - , r-w-- -.y - 38: - ts.-tbbw.i 'WVqmVipnr I yS 8HOE STORED 25 BAST? IMTAITST ST. JkJSTlD 15 WEST MAIU fTREET. is- li&r i rl fWi. rss- t i&. ss J" m tin ism fi BLOOD & Through the streets of Springfield would be an extraordinary , sight, yet it might not cause any more excitement man A HEADLESS MAN, Dancing a hornpipcon the Market Square. Either of these ? rights would make the blood run coui in tne veins 01 tnose who gazed th'-reon. The announcement that &? A r VAITU OUIMA VVr...

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. — 15 November 1887

sasasiaeseaasewasa Saa3agaaiaSa3aMaMaaHaM B THE THE PEOPLES' NEWSPAPER. REPUBLIC, SPEmGFlELD, 0., TUESDAY EVE2U2JG NOVEMBER 15. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 270. r h-- f i r imjrr era WEATHER FACTS. r.Hioix.Xii. IS Ohio: -t:thlli ainHr.falreather Springfield, O., November 15. 1S87 .) AND H Running somewhat that way now as to hats and clothes clothes ahead, of couse morc ofthem. Children's, youths' and men's departments. Then there's underclothes and outerclothes, and over coats besides. Would you get inside a fine overcoat ? Come come and see our Kontenacs, Meltons, Kerseys. The fabric, imported and domestic, is the finest product of the loom. The cut and make-up, finish, fit and drapery, are the best exam ples ot tailor work. We put these jjoods out for compari son with custom work. Com pare them ! Compare the prices ! The lilies of the field in all their glory would look small alongside a fine specimen ol Buckeye manhood arrayed in one ol ihese overcoats. Crovvned with 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. — 15 November 1887

sjSS!52SMSri2S 'v'OS,WE&&l0&i3KMVKai t.:1. -i-. 7'."it; .- ilSffiSSSS naiiMLH.ill ilimiUWiaiHifiilMlailMi Wm iySVi-T-r53saS3iKS . -k.'sws.; -VlwS?:?5:5f.-!Sjt -v f ' -. -? " V" t . ygf , W"7--$JJ:fWI BBPtTBLiatfSt)AY EVEJSJtNG, tfOTEMBER 15188?. Aili in ffWTWi nmTm i nr umi ffik . . jf'iji.'-l5nrt'i.lS' -. . . . .-.f --.? . ,j-.. i"".""j-"-""5!' -. f-taSi. ,-. . - w -dK" aMiBEiggaqgg , Mn"iB1fhiinr .. i.mf--.f .lBgBSBfta ,; .,-.. r.,v:.. ,-. ...-w .-...wf-wjf-ri-i KifiKS WHITE SisisiaN Tlie only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a first elass ineJal at tho New Oilcans ExiKisition. Guaran tred absolutely jinri, ami for general household jmr)JMa is tho very bes SOAR V :-:" Spmgfuiii gtrpuMtt ETES1NU AXD WEEKLY: Tke BtPmMC rl1 the w YorV aid Wet era Anaciatril I'rrw lliatrke and Ike Beater CalOa'rrlKK) Telrw. . MCHOLN rusmoi. tikis. ;. tiKOvrx SEC'TANDTIkAS. SPiHCnai PBSUSMK CI1NIT, Publishers and Proprietor. Tax KVEXWn llRl't'ltLlc is pabllshed tril at die rate ut lOe. er 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. — 15 November 1887

HEPtTBIJO, TUESDAY ETEffiffQ 6vMBER 15 1887. .1 - r.'S .1. M '"A- :f :-! :--.. :: its :?.-. r "V v -Sff ft'? s?s-ati' 'iriS.'i'eL" ""-SB r.'-Ji ex- 3 "3fk mz&m. K-??5SS Bf sbs?3 It - -.If rj BEAUm W0IAK.2 m Vk a . '- n V AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE Wednesday Evening, Nov. 16. CONTINUED SUCCESS! CltOYTDED NIGHTLY! BABTLEY CAMPBELL'S ilreatest Romantic Irish Dram. NIK MIDI! Sale Props, and Man'c's, Harrison k Rogers. Business Manager. - Charles F. Wlesand. New oncs. Xew Music. Xew Scenery. New tnecis.wiinavery .ii-noceasc. inriud IngMIlS. KIOV HOIVICAULT (Agnes Krbertsun ) Prices TSc.sneand 25c. Sale of seats now open at Harris' Clear More. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Friday Evening, November 18. "YOU'RE ALL RIGHT!" CHECK 44; -OR- TOBOGGANING! By W A.Mestaier. author of We. Us t Co A A. Mestayer. tk originator of Burlesque Comedy; There Vaurln. the great Con trail.", and their treat company ol Comedian! and Vocalist. A carload of Special Scenery. Including the celebrated Montreal Ice I'a...

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. — 15 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
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