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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 16 November 1887

-"- '-T1 .m1 SBbMkaiMM is?- THE THB REPUBLIC, lOo PIZR WEF1C. PEOPLES NEWSPAPER. vWfi VOL. XXXIII NO. 271 SPEINGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVEXLXG XOYJ2.ffiER 10. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. Htwlk. tfwtijpxeif pairo I? ft Ft f$ 1 .Pa." B&- kx !"! f'J f' rfc 'S l . a fr, m i satK-. .-Of-- P--. , ;' ?. tr i sf WEATHER FACTS. fa P Wuhisgto. Vot. 10 Ohio: stn-titlyaairner falrweathrr olloaed by Hem mm. Springfield, O., ) November 16, 1887. J The Time for Dressing. The moon changed yester day, and is now "new. Chickens and "sich" when killed in the new of the moon don't shrink in flesh when dressed. Clothes bought of The When in the new moon don't shrink when d.essed; don't shrink in the old of the moon either. You get a pair of new Fall and Winter Trousers of The When, and they don't shrink up into "knee-breeches" by Thanksgiving Day, or any other day. Same way with our hats they don't shrink, either; your head may be swelled some mornings, but the hat is just as we represented it. We are in t...

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. — 16 November 1887

wA,W,fe!- .w.-ak.v,i?A . .,'-. xte.y. .-- 3c-atj-.--r.-. sa avlBRfftjira- -wfSBEor T - ..".- " " "-,. Ws-r.. J.-tfS' j - "-T . . - -JS!MiSSS&S3l!W-7K-- rt--.- -w iaeAMMMKjai riBmHffis?HSMQyMw -r- -&w 5f?13R?fl(i5'Tl1'n saQ mtj jmimt,n"it,ii wrigwa)Bipwa)nM1 REPUBUO, WEDNESDAY EVEFSG, yOYEMBETTlO. J 887. BARGAINS! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS! IN BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. WE WISH TO CALL ATTENTION TO SOME OF OUR PRICES: .& fWIuKehphast, for Ladies, Kid or Goat, 1 File Kid, for Ladies, $2.00, worth $3.00. 1 Fine Kid, for Ladies, - $1.50, worth $2.00. $2.00, worth $3.00.Calf Button, for Ladies, $1.25, worth $2.00. Misses' and Children's School Shoes, Men'? Working Shoes, 95c to $1.25 ; 50c to 1.50. Men's Boots, $1.50 to $3.00. : 1 Jfl YOU WILL MAKE A BIG MISTAKE IF YOU DO NOT SEE THESE GOODS BEFORE YOU BUY. a"l3jssti51 Bii - wa m til I m imm i KIRKS WHITE JIiissiaN tiik oiiio n.ii. The New York Titl.iiiif iu an editorial parapraph publish! after the election, calls the attention of ...

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. — 16 November 1887

i.vsr; i V-fcl aa hiif F & i." :i ?.i iTS - . .! & s- J AM nu.wnft 4 ARK CArTlTa. TO Yl rjf BEAOTIFOL WOMAN. A V Al U4lnMklWrUalMtn JA W I sUr bMufL ChAJnpltmt. aW. .iff r xXiuia Tmt u u m- limw J A Milk A J AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE Wednesday Evening, Nev. 16. CONTIKLED SUCCESS ! CKOWliEII SIGHTLY! BABTLEY CAMPBE'S tlreatest Romantic Irish Drama. MT GE1LDI! SIe Props, and Man'g'a, Harrison A Rogers. Business Manager. Charles F. Wlegand. New Songs. NewJtusIc. New rVenery. New Effects, with a very tmng east." Includ ing AIll-MOX BOl'CICAL'LT (.Acnes Robertson.) Prices TSc.SOcand 25c. Sale of seats now open at Harris's Clear Store. .GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Friday Evening, Nevember 18. "lOU'RE ALL RIGHT!" MESTAYER VAUGHN, CHECK 44; -OR- TOBOGGANING! ByW A. Mestayer. author ot We. Us A: Co. X: A. Mestayer. the originator of Burlesque Corned j : Theresa Vaegaa. the great Con tralto, and their great tompany ot Comedians and Vocalists. A car load of Special Scenery. Including the ce...

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. — 16 November 1887

gjbiHEfigBgS&Ste BpWJgjTjjJS iiniMmtiiiiimiiiiJ F1 RV' SS& li-i- gr I m FprLV -r.. NE POTATOES! ANOTHER CAR LOAD OF CHOICE HUE STAR a a . & -last m. sneciai nnces in ktfsrs cold weather strikksus; price sure toad- See eur new geeds 1. PAYNTER & CO., 91 and 93 West Main LEABIXG STVLE in All'Grade. HYPES, iBfelrt Maker. Hatter a..t Furnisher. 5 Eui Main Htreet PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FUI ADVERTISING. AW 4HD AFTKR Today the SprtnEflrflDu. 3uS&-tor Kent," "For Sale." etc. In this asaauaae time tree, three times far tweat? 5 mil, an si limes tor Olt? cent. TBI SPKISUFIKLD PUB. CO. ItarxxuiT. WANTED TAVrVrtCltnfttlAn hv younc married uneak Herman W aun; food penman; can speak Herman Klnc'ood relerence. Call on or address bILHtliirr. 177 east Southern avenue. ZTla r. vrrn ni.nlt tnr hi nlano forte: StUlt W aartmetnodot technique tauaht; tuition l tar maty lessons. Oil at 81 Kast Hlfh areru- WAaTKD-Olrt-A competent cirt to cook aaa 4o central housewo-k. A good place wares to ti...

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. — 17 November 1887

m && l- !pi i.. mfh SSI WEATHER FACTS. Wiiisot(ix.N'ov IT Ohio rl ihfr, colder 1 rid. 15 morning. SPKlNGrTELD, O., I November 17, 1887. j SHREWDNESS! A successful business dc pends on good goods and good sense. We know we've got the one and think our record of years testifies that we use the other. We want our customers to use it, also; we believe they do use it ; and this is why we don't attempt to "fill them full" ol printer's ink superlatives. It is simply this way: The When is a clothing factory, and makes its own goods for its several store s. It meets all the demands, or the market and supplies them at the man ufacturers' profit, thus saving purchasers the addition of the dealers' margin which they have to pay elsewhere. In hats, we have notthe ad vantage ot being a manufac turer, but we have the advant age of being several dealers We buy, not lor one store, but many ; hence we buy to bet ter advantage, and we give you the benefit of it. Besides, we are pushing our hat...

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. — 17 November 1887

r tt-ttt- i- i mmmmw immiBMBB kV'"- KEPPBUO, THURSDAY EVEflENG, NOVEMBER if. 1887 BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS! IN BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. WE WISH TO CALL ATTENTION TO SOME OF OUR PRICES: .- Waukenphast, for Ladies, kid or goat, Fine Kid, for Ladies, $2.00, worth $3.00. $2.00, worth $3.00. Fine Kid, for Ladies, - $1.50, worth $2.00. Calf Button, for Ladies, $1.25, worth $2.00. Misses' and Children's School Shoes, Men's Working Shoes, 95c to $1.25 ; 50c to 1.50. Men's Boots, $1.50 to $3.00. -; YOU WILL MAKE A BIG MISTAKE IF YOU DO NOT SEE THESE GOODS BEFORE YOU BUY. Pa v& ' sFLv3flajHr & IS, 9 Iff US WHITE vsssBse mm" The only brand of Latimlrv Soap warded a Crst cls medal at tho New Orleans ExiKisitinn. tiuaran Iced absolutely pure, aiKl for general liouscliold purposes is t!io M.ry lies &&iM CM MCIIOL. r9:cur. VBK WIKKLT KI.I'ITIILIH Is published vers Thursday. anJ Is oneof tbe mostcom plete family newspapers la tbe country: stent (km, market, complete. Replete ...

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. — 17 November 1887

S&s- 3iijS-BSipBM nBBBBBBBFa&in3Bee zi&k ;igwwtiiaMiWa'iiwa-- -csjBafa5; -j r i- Iff i z&K-v, --" Yr?lfZ BEPTJBLIO, TIIUKSPAY EVENING ffQYEM&ER 17 1887. , rf .! KOHt to Kaa3E55. sBaSJr- -5BsT'-I vi5 . ifr m h l ii& V J ft - H r p te I I B4 AiECAmrsTo Yn rjf BEADTirOL WOMAH. A n"l rvfel " nonet. mT K M B A UJM.OTtfc!lplaJBb"Mr4l a W I V walr wmunl Caaaapllas lh J T XisWkl "earl " tka - sJBW W sA a. 1- ' T 1 P WJ T JnX kMib aLaw AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Friday Evening, NovemDer 18. "VOU'RE ALL RIGHT!" MESTAYER VAUGHN, CHECK 44; OR- TOBOGGANING ! JSy W A. Mestayer. author of We. Us k Co A. . Mestayer. the orielnator of Burlesque Comedy: There u Vjughi. tne treat Con s' traltn. and their creat tsmpany ol Comedians and ocallstn A car load of peclal eery, Inclu.tlnc tile celebrated .Montreal Ire l'alaee ThelnLstccanMIriemlth the entire company TnlK(iKninn Nnr Mmlr, New Features, Ne liances. "It's Somethlac Vou Hare to Oct Used To" Prices-7.1c. Vc.25c Seats on...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 November 1887

giis&slgSaSl t!tmaaSSSSdtmestS3S -.tfsgsSfcjM s & triVgW-' ' vsr "W'spj HEPTJBLlO, THURSDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER IT. 1887. i. & K FS2 Vt. m. iss: ess . m? '&.. 1. fe m & E mm tia ;.-- ,,blOWER ? . COULD NOT. R & GO'S jew1kayou will led then anywhere. Te rivals T H hat do we cire. H fctTe . eokers bb to bow, and we tin do it again. E GOT THE PLUCK jdrt the grit, and got the money, too. Ease yoar minds iai let as indic yon to make a trial pHrrhatte Ironi our tana's new Winter stock of China and Port elate Dinner BdTeaetB; Toilet Set-, decorated in latent rtyle, each a beaat j aai a bargain. If any body caa giro you aatiruae tfea, wager year shekel tht we caa. O. WZF-A-TrnSTTEIR, Sp OO. LE1BIXU St ILE la All tir.at. HYPES, Shirt Maker, Hftttr ! Furnlahrr.fi r Kai Main HHrei. OPLES COLUMN. riUCE AMVKKTIIIlsO. A USD AFTER Today the Sprlnirteld D.iu. V Barcauc will Insert such fids" as Wants Jt-fc-for aeat'Tor Sale." etc. tn tht. aillsaa one time f res. three time. to...

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. — 18 November 1887

imtiijfMit Jail THE THE REPUBLIC, lOo PEK WEEK. PEOPLES' NEWSPAPER t .a.l I VOL. XXXIII NO. 273. SPRTNGFIEIJ), O., FRIDAY EVEXUfG NOVEMBER 18. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. ft J m m fwjpumu,. jnRjgi ;? S -Mi .: f 7 ?'& S-3 frx s-r L Hi .3 : v H-- WEATHER FACTS. IS W ASEIKGTOIf . X OT. 1 J Ohio (air weather. warmer. Springfield, O., ) November 17, 1887. J SHREWDNESS! A successful business de pends on good goods and good sense. We know we've jjot the one and think our record of years testifies that we use the other. We want our customers to use it, also; we believe they do use it ; and this is why we don't attempt to "fill them full" oi printer's ink superlatives. It is simply this way : The When is a clothing factory, and makes its own eroods for its several stores. It meets all the demands of the market and supplies them at the man ufacturers' profit, thus saving purchasers the addition of the dealers' margin which they have to pay elsewhere. In hats, we have not the ad vantage ot bein...

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. — 18 November 1887

tt&tm 'ti..... J-J-T" - - "'.JJByjTOMBj ?HaKSlBSJ-aPM " ' '-tW5!'fcSSr -H' IT " r-w- IfcffnUrHMPIf "iriiT7l "i"Wjnliiimaf I'm I'maT", I '!" ffl It in tai iTrinfTUTa MgWfiStfT--.-3B-,.ssgBas - .? wwaamxtrrt aagraftaw1 dim'regsgyssawi'.'MEy' ijwwff r REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EYISIHG, yOVEfBEft IS. 1887 -ii . .aaKSMfeMMMKCCBttLMRBMHxW-Q - ' ' , r'lWWiWiPPI I sS MriSn -lip ."-'1' tmEgk f m HlKElM ir-Mi? K3s '82&-?!53;iil The only lirr.tnl of Laundry Soap awarded a firs-t cla-s medal at tho New Orleans ExMtiou. Guaran tl absolutely puto, anil for Kcnt-al lionsehoM punoi Is tile ciy bos pringL-iiid -cpubiu EVEMXIi AX9 V EEXI.Y; Tl p KrriHI.IC prUl. IUf cw tnrk d t r AMorUlril Trr il!'tcL anil the Emtrr CK'.)irrlr)TrlrgratK imij. .. snows, r: ninui n uiinuisr uTUiaimu ruuiivitima iiiiau Publishers ar.d Proprietors. tHC KTEMtNO KKITllt.lC I, 9ubllrh eTerTenlEexi-rit Sunday. ana t detl- rid at tec rite j lue. per Keek. Single CvJllMfe. TBR tteeki.y nrpimi.ii! is ptiv.libed TerrThnrla7,i!t Is...

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. — 18 November 1887

.- . ? !" ftv It5 s& &.tt lai-V ! f , $!33gMPBj3325j iT i ftT MTinairil III illl HIHII il 'ill I'l aSiaaa.ilawEaanaaiMIM 1IM IPI WW I "imi I in ! MM iMIl I I I I'll I I I -f W .-p -r-cr LIFE ON THE BEAOIL i THE LIGHT- r-ii ww fj BEAUTIFUL W0XAN. LA W A 4.T war..-r,s4lftrcs.M Jr V LJ uyaab-jtUa. J AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Friday Evening, November 18. "1WKE AIL RIGHT!" CHECK 44; OR- TOBOGGANING! Kt W A.MesUter. author ot We. Us k Co. V A.XIestayer. thenrirlnatorof Burlesque Comedy: rhere '.ii'gl"i. toe great Con tralto, and their (treat lompany oi Comedians and Voeaims. a ear lna o( i-pecla! Scenery. Including the celebrated .Montreal Ice I'alaee. The lotori:n Slide Ith the entire company TxLoKeamnc. New Mu4ie: New Vestures; New Hnes; "It's Something You llave to Uet Used To." lTlce' 75c.S0c.25c. Seatsonsaleat Harris's Clear Store. GRAND OPERA HOUSE FIIII ONK NIGHT OSLY. TUESDAY. NOV. 22d. MR. A. M. PALMER'S Company, from the Madison Square Thea ttr. Xtw York, iu J,l 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. — 18 November 1887

tiSSftg - - 1 xtETtTBiaO, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 18 1887, -". W ss- Lw ty w pS9E SfsSE. Wfi sS?" m Si&v- I 32 m bum 1 HIT'S THIT, NO, SIR! THEY COULD NOT. PAYNTER & CO. S Prim are lowfr now than yea will ind tnrai anrwhere. BM yea 7 wt-fasTr rital l but dour care. behave diteomated all rimers up to new, aBd ne an do it again. WE'VE GOTTHE PLUCK Ad nt the grit, and got th" money, too. Ease jour minds aad let aa indue you to make a trial part-ha from our taWBe new Winter stock of Chin and Porcelain Dinner aat Tea eis; Toilet Sets aecrata in latest style, en en lKaay ano a bargain, ir anybody can glre you aatiglac tlaa, wager your shekel th t we can. o."OT:FTr2srTER &co. ZTOTOC7' HATS! a LKABISG STYLES la All Grades. HYPES, Skirt Maker, Hatter ud FurnUhnv Cast Main trt. PEOPLES COLUMN. AUVERTISINO. I M time tree, three time tor tweatr I PUB. CO. raLian. WANTED. WAHTKD A coon tfrl at good trace t KttrrSt 273tf AitriD-Boilermaker and helper Sv John Brenaaa k Co. aM&flv ...

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. — 19 November 1887

$pnu0tw THE THE REPUBLIC,! ! PISH AVICKlt. PEOPLES' NEWSPAPER. SPRINGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING iTOYE.EBER 19. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 274. PRICE TWO CENTS. '1 H: ?; WEATHER FACTS. IB WiMtmioi. Nov. 19 Ohio: iLlzht rains nr9i:oi.tolloitrd Jbs fair weather; colder. Springfield, Om November 19. 1887. TIIK PJIICK OF CHEAPNESS! The term doesn't mean "cheap prices." They are different. Yet both depend on the same thing quality. Cheap prices depend upon maintaining quality. The price of cheapness is the de struction of quality. For ex ample: The goods and make up of an overcoat call for $15 as an averaee price for it. If you can lower this price with out sacrificing the quality of the goods, then you have legitimate "cheap prices." The When does this by being its own manufacturer, and hence being able to sell without the dealer's profit. Where some such advantages do not exist, the only way to lower price is at the expense ot quality. In otlier words, if you want to sell a 515 coat for S 1...

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. — 19 November 1887

KfdsiSisBMiSlI5r i s,'....,ipr)MteiMM'ili,wlss liiii ii,!, M f irrMesTsTrfTTWWnileaaasaT " iiniiniif iiain.iisnr ggsggTr- ' .. :' , r.'s.!-y- -; "" - . - ,. .. REPUBLIC, SATURDAYEYEKINIG yOVECBER 19 1887, q.. - r,--t j-fl."! WW BEFUBUO, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19 1887. anaaM-si--- -.--- --""Mil HlfMl"-!"art'ilagil- 'BhllP 1 ,,."TaWlWw?siw5Wiiwa''li'HaMesaasa 1 gC --?ij ' -- t? . v ' tJB a S ALLAN QUATERMAIN. , j M. EIDER HAGGARU. umi or "mo soloiiox's lMi. tint. "JX," "Tli WITCH'S MAD," ETC. CHAPTER XXIV. BY ANOTHER HAND. A Tear elapsed since our most il?ar Mad Allan Quatermain wrote tLe u onlj -I hare apokrn" at lie end of ki nvonl of out adventures. Nor should I have wntund to saake any aiUitfons to tli.Tt muni lal it not happened that by a most strati;;? ncvi.!-n: n chance ha arii of its l.ii cn-iv. -..,! 1 1 assrUml Thaebaajoa to but a faint on, Ith ' tree, but a it U not probable tbat another will anat in our limitum, Uooj ana ni)n think that we may as well avail ourselves o...

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. — 19 November 1887

K . - "- '' lit tet m i ks Ii r aTf''' m ;- I ifiaHiiaiWiBHWeS?!l 'obBBbIiSQKmRtVc 7r.Jir& . ?s -nr? yjjnBsTHlBaaWHMMsa"nPrffW t- i r -v - ? - h- g ir TjEajPftii vj " ra , '- vw.-t .--.- ...-. THE POET. Vara making u tout of my yirtuea; I rlrd mlth despair Wealth that nrrer jrt was. but might tie, all thai Trse tuaLloK were. It the life woulvl but Itntrthrn to wish, Irt the mind b? Uiil ban. So I said: "To do little is bad, to donothinc ii morse" An. roaJe vers. Hotiert Brownlnj. Golngt Golngl Tia the list buncrr v.es4 r" Lft hunimiiur. alone: AU bis Moody companions Are faded and gone. Oh, why doc tlii "hkecter Now lau:;h In hU tlcvei T3au be'U feed on the huuhou. Vba too tat to leare. WASHINGTON GOSSIP. THE PRETTY GIRLS OF THE CAPITAL LEARNING COOKING. The Krturn of the Office Srkri-IIi--glnt In Ilia Iten A Look at Kormns Joe JohUkton and Poker Hob Schenck. Iloraebark Riding. 'Special Correspondence Warihngtov, Nov. 14. Washington city is Hour t aching cooling in her iiuhhc sc...

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. — 19 November 1887

maBnmMmffmms TSHRh REPTTBUO, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19, 1887. -V8I Ml I KIRKS fl!!Tt nussiAN Tha only brauil of Laundry Soap swarded a first class medal at tho New Orleans ExiMtiou. Guaran teed absolutly pure, and for general liousohold purposes is the very bes SOAR $pringfirld Republic ETENIKH AKD WEEKLY; The BFrl'CI.lr prl.l. the 1tw Tork ui W.t era x lUJ lrr mflfkr ! tl Rralrr t !.' orrlpa) Trlf f . , NICHOLS, raits-oasr. TUOS. O. BROWJJ. StC'VlXDTRKAx SPJiHFiEtfl PQELISHIIC CBHP11T. Publishers and Proprietors. nil KVENIHO REI'l HC.IC la DOMllhnJ eereTenlcjt except Sunday, and Is delly- crsdat me rate of loe. per week. Bfngie copies Jc. THE WEKKLT REPOHL.IC ll poMUhed even; Thursday, and Is one of the most com plete family newspapers In the country; eight pages, markets complete. Keptete with news and misoellany. si per year, Invartably cash In advance. All communications and contributions should be addressed to Curroa M. kichols, elttor.andall business letters to Tbomis O. B...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 November 1887

imw ;lwp99r?ri" -. ..--fgieggyr-,- -, REFUBIJO, SATURDAY EVEMyfi KOYEMBEB 19 1887 wwgiiiiTjKrjiLj!!xSf!a: (S55- .! ; -! ,?..,; i PJH T ""SI'S-, act $ sa Catarrh Cured Catarrh It Terr prevalent dlsttesibis sod offensive irmptosu. Hood. Sartaparilhi jives ready relief sad speedy cure, from the fact it acts through the blood, and thus reaches every put of the system. M I suffered with cataiTh fifteen year. Took Hood's Sarsaparllla and I m not troubled any vrith catarrh, and my general health Is macs better." I. YV. I.illis, Postal Clerk Chlcagt & St. Louis Kallroad. " I suffered 1th catarrh 6 or $ years ; tried many wonderful cures, inhalers, etc, spend ing nearly one hundred dollars without benefit. I tried Hood's Sarsaparllla, and was greatly Improved." M. A. AnssT, Worcester, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is characterized by three pecultorilies : 1st. the combination of remedial agents; 2d, the proportion: 3d, the prooMs of securing the active medicinal qualities. The result Is a me...

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. — 19 November 1887

?SSS&ii8E!to in., ii. ....c ssg&sas&a ,33SSSS REPTJBIJC, SATUltDAY EVENING, NOtCMSER 19 1887. I ' ,'v j ill,'r1:fiTryyTyl-tfi,i ,ilinwn 1 . i''TiTFr5BMPPwF!wv--V'eiTwPW - "P " sfjr.t." i5 ,ar?g,' sisj5S:w-rrT - F33WMsaagsjs ,. 'lL'yfi.'P-jB'AjfOTlWiJHWBHMSBiBMMiBBBBBB V " . A . Brisf M Bright. -5 L nouDELrau. Oct. 18, 188T. Mart J. fcirdette, Brru Slawr, ra.: DsAaSra omewrkJ&icol mailed you let ter wit check. Receiving no acknowlsUmeot at It Una far, I Ma aaxluua to know If it rraclml voaaatstr. Tours truly, Ciars IL E. Ccans. n. Bsasvills. Mm-. Oct. 10, lSt. B eaast aad went Kss cashed and spent, fan to cJotba and part for rent. Yours aa erer. BobxbtJ Bcancm. Da Journalist. A Cold Dar. . pawnbroker's Cat (to summer clothing It a cold day when you vers left. Tid OUAINT SAYINGS OF CHILDREN, tn SRADOW or COHtNO CARE. Mary to Alice Your doll looks lei y aoorly. ,asd n't bssn the same doll since. : had moa Asrnunoxs. a strike in the family of an op- lown atiaen the other...

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. — 19 November 1887

snss-if yjspy -"-""r??- Mffl-JyTEg? wrm?wr : A l :1 tz-t .-- M - n;i : t: 51V . V- ,'iS 1 .??-5.i2 v.va mm ?m rSsa SI: " Sp3 iss REPUBLIC, fiATTTPTlAV TCVENIKG ypTEMBEB 19 1887. THRENODY. listen! Again that bubbling sound el laughter. The laushter of tbe children at their rlay : ilayhap. In tome long dreamed of, dim hereafter 1, too, mill Us as honfful and as gar Tbe laughter In the nound of ninulnj waters. Tlie laughter of the ripplea by the s-a, Tlie laughter of the sunshine on the nnK Kut not tbe touch of laughter mot tu - me. Sir smiles were garnered In the cstcrdays My bopes-f rail bloasonia cluter lu "to-mor-row t am a kinder, and I bear today. Up stone heighis, the Inzer's eross of sorrow. Tu. laughter of tlie brook alone the pebble. Tlie laughter of t be dimpled, smiling s a, Tlie laughter of tbe children grow Ing fainter. Hut not tbe boon of laughter reaching me. Ernet McGaffej. TIIK DOUBLE COUSINS. If tlioro was one tliinp: Sirs, J'aclexin jiriJel liorsrff uiwn more tlian ...

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. — 19 November 1887

aWgSjBlJSgCTBigSaf;aBBti, .ti an miii-Titini ..ui-Jmi -!, .- 1 . .w.HM.Maaawh.k ifif S xOEFtTBLlO, SATURDAY EYEMNQ, NOVEMBER 19. 1887. j TUllllfCOIlfllUP fin IPHPITQ I jcnf:' was out or th0 " " ' "aawaaasP 1 I I iiiia w I n III I III M 1 1 I I I '"" jcitj, x uiiauejp.ua, ric Jirs. yi vvBBBBy mmmmb rmflanaanv h t j WE WILL HAV NEXT WEEK 100 FINE TURKEYS, DRESSED, 250 FINE CHICKENS, DRESSED, A URGE SUPPLY OF QUAIL AND FRESH OYSTERS IN BULK AND CANS. I HEW IIS, FIGS MD DATES, and Fancy Mix Nuts, etc. prompt 91 and 93 West Main PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FUI ADVEBTISINO. OS !D -F l"R Today the Spmurejd Dull Barrauc will Iniert such-ads'as """. -Uimt," -For Kent." For sale." etc. In tlili Sua one time free, three times f..r twenty. """' THKSPRINUFIKLDPUB CO. )U8.1H7. WANTED. WA!fTID-Au j wsrtncd hook keeper to iollcit wholesale and retail houses for I laaliMnuble leature. inn w i --" '" tayiaa be made. Will lire exclusive B TtkTrirht DUtT Address. Hus (. 316 at 31. aorta laird itreet. at. Louis, ....

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