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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 November 1887

BL .-Ml m Si i? lit "3 h - J?jffl , -.jt fiff i$ 3 ? v- " ' f T Springfield, O., ) November 19. 1887. J THE IMtlCK OK . CHEAPNESS! The term dotv..'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 ol quality. For ex ample: The goods and make up of an overcoat call for $15 as an average price for it. 1 1 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 ol quality. In otter words. If you want to e!l a S15 co-it for 12, and haven't the raauufactur tr's advantage, you must get It in inferior clotli. This sort of cheapness The When never Indulges in. In a coat or bat the iniallty Is maintained. Kits advantage 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. — 21 November 1887

:-c-ls,c tgaaa?iggys- SgSSSS2S2 aer5rs(rtMgsiB2i "i-- - j - . r.-. ZC "'.BgJigr -vfsvr . REPUBLIC, ir03Tt)AT -KV.EJSLNG, OYEarBEft 21. 1887. - - r.Z m I 11 m ?MT KIRKS WHITE igai i w "i i vi is i LJC3S Tho only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a fir-t cUs initial at tho New Orleans I.-oMiiin. (itiaran teed atwdutcly pure, and for general household pun""41 Is tho ,lTJ hes I Our Mr. John Y. Bookwalter has created some alarm In the mind ot Ameilran fann er by the statement of oceaiional articles printed in his paper, the IlUtstnttal .Vc Oianlcitl .Vcir. to the effect that Indiana becoming a formidable rival to America in the Hue of wheat-growing, and a Mr. i ISooknaltcr ha been in India, aud is a len and intelligent observer, much weight ha been given to his statement. In the I Not ember agricultural report Hon. Jacob K. l)odo, the Department statistician, s-peaUs of the uncertainty In the public J mind a to wheat-grow ine in India and speaks of apprehension, which are "shared , by intell...

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. — 21 November 1887

REPUBLIC, MONDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 21 1887. a4 'AkK- I i?A 3L if 'ff 4 if i IK Ik I & & l r IS- r. , U Itfe i I Catarrh Cured Catarrh to a w? pwntott fllseasa, wttti aLitmslTtg asd otfeosrre aymiftams. HxxT Sarsaparllla gtrea realty rallet mud speedy cure, from the tact it acts through the Wood, and thus reacbes every put ot the system. " I suffered irttii catarrh fifteen years. Took Hood's SarsatarlUa and I am not troubled any with catarrh, and my central health Is muck tetter.- I. W.Lniis, Porta! Clerk Chlcajt 4. St Iuitt KatlniaiL I " I sufferrd with catarrh C or S years ; tried nuny wonderful cure. Inhalers, etc, spend ing nearly one hundred dollars without benefit. I tried Ilood's Sarsaparma. and was greatly Improved." M. A. Aubet, Worcester, Mass. Ilood's Saruparllla Is characterized by three peculiarities : 1st, the combination of remedial agents; Sd,the proportion; 3d, the process cf securing the acllte medicinal qualities. The result Is a medicine ot unusual strength...

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. — 21 November 1887

gBgfa&StttSWQ! mKJ",v sjswgistystfTSSiss &$s&&&&&& 19mvvqr&?i,ivr'iw iflGFUBI20, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21. 1887. -i ; . .- ..l . . se U B? BS a 1 8 .? a 1 m THMIKSG1VIN6 DEUSACtES! WE WILL HAV NEXT WEEK 100 FINE TURKEYS, DRESSED, 250 FINE CHICKENS, DRESSED, A LAR6E SUPPLY OF QUAIL AND FRESH OYSTERS IN BULK AND CANS. lEW MB, fltS AND DATES, ! Fancy Mix Nuts. etc. Leave your orders early for prompt attention. C.T77-FAmSTTJBZEl Sc CO. 91 and 1)3 Wet Main hik! 40 Smith Mark-t. vrarocr hats: LEABINGSTVLE!ln All Grade. HYPES, hlrt Maker. II tttrr ami Kurnlihrr..". Eui Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED w kjmTonitoiat IftUSXmuca urwauuuK- .:. a ... ..4.ma.4 hnntr Vtfnpr tO IXSmST--UolesaTe ina retail. houses tor MtoCUpeasable IfM ",,J" .ri SB?rtht party A41reii.u Fref.Slti MC MS. uotth 1 hlrd street. M. Louis. Mo. w AHT-W A good cirt at t east KlzerJJt . (W avv w 'AKTKD Laate. to work on ur (nc JL. tar th. n.ill.Wv and winter trade -? F"??rJ!cu-?n l...

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. — 22 November 1887

pxiutflidb mih Mmuhlic. THE THE REPUBLIC, !( PER AVEEK. PEOPLES' NEWSPAPER. VOL. XXXIII NO. 276. SPKESGFIEU), O., TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 2:2. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. IU -' ''5 ,--H 3 ji . ''j If riKL-' Itr" if ?? is.. -- L, - l& " WEATHER FACTS. H sminTO.XoT. "2 Ohio: K'l weather fll.'d In local rains; warmer, folloatd ujcu.d ratatuer. Springfield, Om ) November 22, 1S87. j BEGINNlillHNGS In 1792 William Preston, master ot the Lodge of An tiquity, in England, published a treatise in which he traced the origin of Masonry from the creation. "Ever since symmetry began and harmony displayed her charms," he writes, "our order has had a being." Other accounts trace Masonry back no further than the building ot Solomon's Temple as its origin. clothes first: Clothes were invented be lore Masonry at any rate, for they use aprons in Masonry, and aprons are clothes. We don't sell aprons, but we have every kind of clothes that the sex which does not wear aprons wants. Underclothes, socks, s...

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. — 22 November 1887

gp , J .-spw -. reppbuo TUESDAY EVEBmG, yOYEMBER 22, 1887. " -' " "" ""l KIUKS WHITL5 tense, we feel encouraged to hope that a programme of something like that we hare outlined, will be adopted and carried out at an early panod In the season of 18S9. fc , JluKlS. teVffz7 e The only tiran-1 of Lnurolrr Soap awarded a flr.-t das medal at tho Kew Orleans Kxpos-itlon. fiuaran teed ab.-jilnU.ly two, mid for per.eral booscucld pursxe-es Is U'u ' bes iff fl 'yriciifiria grpuMic EYEMSti ASP MEEKLT: fcL ariivti tr li. hir YnrLaad Went ?-3era AwavlaUd Prf UI.Mlrk bJ tar Iteate r ReaK I'M-rts) Tele eraatn. SfR est. Mcnou. rttsipiM. tiios. . nitowjf, tCVAHDTFS. SNilffltll nEUSIII. GGMPUT, Publishers and Proprietor. THE MAX IN THE MOON. TOtf, 8IH f XEXT t ' Isn't there "Oinethlng very suggestive la i this salutation of the barber? There standi A MYTH KNOWN TO BE OF GREA1 ANTIQUITY. A Veil Utionn Crrmin Star) What Xrtlit-rti Mttmlocy TelU About Hlti dim 1'mIiIok Tin 31mh In Africa.! Crt-rnlnn.1 T...

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. — 22 November 1887

REPTTBLTO. TUESDAY EVENING NOTEAIBER 22 1887. k - : jE "f I a .. I M i- .? f -if I AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE FOK ONE NIGHT OaLT, TUESDAY, NOV. 22d. MR. A. M. PALMER'S Company, from the Madison Square Thej ttr. New I ork, in asa JIM, TIE PENMAN! THE CAST INClXIlESi ADA I)VA?. LVELYV CAMPBELL. JESXIE KUSTCK. KATE FERGUSON. S JIILLEU KENT. II. J. HOLLIDAY. JOE E WMTIMi.ClUb OVEKTOS. IAN" ROBEKTMIS. W. J. FERGUSON. J. B. UOU11I. EDWAUD STAXCLIFFE. I'RICK: 1. at Harris's. k-. Jc,ic- sens now on tale GRAND OPERA HOUSE. THANKSGIVING. NOV. 24th. Mstinee, S P. M. KTrnlng, S P. M. FUN! FUN! FUN! FUM LIT LOOSE! THE DALYS Support ed by the Charming Soubrette. Mis., LIXIE UKHIOU&! Anil a carefully selected company of lauch inslcrs. In a brand new Way. entitled : iNMOQ 3QISdn A modest effcrt to please, and a care fully preparer! prescription tor the blues I oienctrd hy Drs Uios . Kaly and John J.MeNally. in three acts. Much Action and More Actine. r : H'- : rt ! 'KICKS t renins. "V. Vic. ...

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. — 22 November 1887

iSaSgSgBggSifi ?SacmniiwM1nM&Xri-AisMJi $&&? mwmi fts-'wsia' i8?Pt??rw ,i"-- -fv-v- -3s,wr' rn-i'sr ?rav pwjwT71, a HEPCTBLIO, TUESDAY EVEimjfG. NOVEMBER 22. 1887. 9K:nBnaMs:IBIHIB9BHiS iVTT9'l98RraE8IHHHHIBHMHIHIHHIHMHBB9VIM9SBPPI9flHIBQHHHBHiHHlHlvb m ti ivK.;. St- -mi IS& jet" YORK STATE BUCKWHEAT SIXTZIA IP I NT EI. Cttfey 4 Htathman's Self-raising Buckwheat; New Maple Syrup, 30 Cents per quart NEW MINCE MEAT AND NEW RAISINS ! New Fin, New Dates. Ntw Apricot, New Teaches, New Canned Goods or all kinds. We ire the BARGAIN DEALERS of this City. C.W.PAYNTER&CO. 91 and 93 West Main and 40 South Market. NETW LEADING STYLES In All Grade. HYPES, Sftklrt Aker, Hatter and Furnisher. 3 Cut Main str-l- PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WAKTED-A first-class elrl Mr general fcoweworfc. Good wanes to the rliht per Ma. Call at S16 south Yellow Springs stree . MMM. l WASTBD A few day boarders, mtii Onter street. Call at S 27ta 11 "WAXTED Two or three boys to work at the W Ianlafallen...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 23 November 1887

JljmtiljfMft p THE THE PEOPLES' NEWSPAPER, REPUBLIC, lOo PER WEEK. JS SERESGFIELD, 0., WEDNESDAY E VEXING NOVEMBER 23. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 27; si si m IP i3l. t. WEATHER FACTS. P vt'iaiiiscTftv. Stir 21 Ohio Lltlit i-vinorsn'ivv,tjlloed jo oerweatner. Springfield, O., I November 23, 1887. J Bobby had been a pretty good little boy all day, and his father was very much pleased "You will find, Bobby," said the old man, "'that virtue is its own reward ? I mean by that.that every time you do what you ought to do you will feel good over it. Do you understand ?" ''Oh, yes," responded Bobby, intelligently, "and now, pa. if you'll give me another piece of pie, you'll feel good, too." Having been thus lined on the inside, it would be natural if Bobby should want to be lined on the outside. Our Star Shirt Waists, our varied and beautiful styles in Knee breeches and Suits are "just pie" f jr all the Bobbies. Give them a chance, good sir, or madam, and feel the reward of a fin...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 23 November 1887

r.u..mza.Ti, --5l&53eaeujts " mjii-..j.u&g.-i.i i..g : UsSS W-Sfffsws" ,jaifi3iwp-Vr"r -J",TW'3s5Sv '-tv - -.-. ---'-&w!s-."i,r-'"-!,r Baan: 'RDPtTBLIO, WEDSTCSDAY EVENENG. NOVEMBER 29. 1887. YOUR THANKSGIVING DINNER CANNOT BE COMPLETE i 7VTITHOUT A. "VISIT TO CHAS. A. WOOD'S GROCERY, NO. 28 SOUTH MARKET .xsieijfiei -sroxr will find. THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF FRESH GROCERIES I -.J-m-mtc-m Wlg.w,..-.Jy,. 7-TTT -r-t.B- -- -l- .. , i l..., s -! oliliX N THE CITY ! m EVERYTHI35Ta THAT IS GKXXD AJSTTD WHOLESOME "5TOTJ WILL SURELY FXISTJD AT WOOD'S GHOCEBY. TSIH. WOOD IS THE SOLE AGENT ITS' THIS CITY KOTt THE CELEBRATED "DEW DROP" CANNED GOODS! WHICH ARE XJJSTQTJES'TIOyrABT-j'y THE FI3STEST OATSJJSTEP GOODS I1ST THE IMLAJRJECET. x wi -ri tt&v&UB- Tha mily brain' of Laundry Soap awarded a lirst ea&t medal at t!it Sew Orleans 3cixKifn. Gu&raa -ted absolutely iraro. anil for peneral liousefcokl pi:noi is uie very ivs lm &&2& hms) $yringttrlil grpuhlu ...

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. — 23 November 1887

suuruxiuuj, AVEDJN.EiS.DAY V1NUNG 2sr0 VTLBER 23 loo. -w ::l it IB l SKIN! SCALP! BLOOD! lUlns Uwa a uaerT for to irars aaaa lialtir.jmadiwai.ee-aurdba bruise oil the lri;..ina: lining been carol by the cnici Kcitnuu wtieu all other method! and reme dies tailed. I deem It my duty to recommend th-iu I Milted Hot :-prints to no avail, and tried seven! doctor wltnaut success, anil at last our lrliiclil arujUElst. -Mr. John , P. tin Uydoon.mi 1 shall eerteel eratelul". spoke t me about I'ctiil . and I contented to give them a trial, with the remit that 1 am per lectly cured There lsno uo lore about me. 1 tbtuk I tanshov. tlielarvesl surface where in) aufferluc sprang from of any one la the Male. Hie Cnnu. Kkmum are the beat blood and skiu cures manufactured. I refer to dnuTKist John 1'. Mulay and llr.li C. Mont iMmerj.batlniftlila place, and to Dr. Smith, of Lake Lee. .Miss AUWMILU UKACIi. Greenville. Miss. .Mr lleach used the.iTicca IUurmes. at our request, ulth the results auote. stat...

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. — 23 November 1887

esss WJ7- ".w".' ussrf" .rtEPTJBLlO, WIM-7ESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23. 1887. u kf pfe Ik" nL SEASONABLE TORE STATE Cttby & Heathman's Self-raising Buckwheat ; New Maple syrup, du uems per quart. HEW MINGE MEAT AND NEW RAISINS! New Fig, Xtw Dale?, NVw Apricot, New Teaches, Xew Canned Goods, of all kinds. We are the BARGAIN DEALERS of this City. C.W.PAYNTER&CO. 91 anil 93 West Main and 40 South Market. ZgSlTTV HATS! a. u& LamBBLBLafflyP'll-'LBLBLBVsBr HtaLaHkfcsii.TsaLaLaLav KjZrt.r LEADING STYLES in A!! Grader. HYPES, fclrtjfakrr, Ilntter nml KaruLhrr. .- ai 3l.itu Mrssru PEOPLE'S COLUMN. rsKE ADvr.nrtsi.Mi. On 4M) AFTKR Today the Pprtnald Daiia RutslicwUI Insert such "ads" as wants ..,. u.nt "V'rtr ale. etc In this slman one time tree. thro times lor tweatj- Mats, ana six. "met ior J''l "Hi? w TU&Cl UV1.1UX LLUV 1 WW- WW. r S3. 1887. WANTED lsTAXTED-Man to taVe the aceney of our ff safes. ltei."l Inches. welKhtruiD : MtiliMiMMV niher aires In nroDortfon A tare chance ...

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. — 25 November 1887

Wis as?: R1--S"- sSSrss iy igffe ,.;! 1 -4. fe- pre- t H VOL. XXXHI-NO. 278. . SPJHMIETEU), P., FRIDAY EVENING NOVKMBER 25,"l887. PrIcE TWO CENTS M && ,rn.m rr 11 n'nin WTk I rniV CINCINNATI WATFR. Til VFPMniTr 1? I THI If AW rn.WPi imcmthdv nintiica I n . ,..,.,. I t - ". :iSSr - iLLinuid iiuiuuvi. m.,u...u ... .....,.. ..-.. uilAlMtL 1 IMiMU. MWJ -..- ... w.w. - .' 1 n ji r 111 1 11 j 1 1. 1 11 . 1 u 1 111 1 iii ..- 1 1 1 1 u l. 1 1 1 1 vi i' 1 a hmii 1 hut mirrccc 1 I -Mr" I 1 ijiiuuuuiriiij aiir" v.' ii " ri i . t, viinin ifinrn m mi1 rrni ". W.m..Tn.oT.2S OhlO'l Untimely lleath of Mr. Fnuk V I WiunxiiTo. Nov. 25 Ohio: Uctit run. sltrtitlir colder on I Saturday morning, followed! by rising leaperature. Springfield, O., November 25, 1887, THE RAIN "The rain it raineth every day," says the poet. He had 'a good deal surer thing of it than Springfield has. Mill, for the small inch or so of waterfall which we have had, Springfield is duly thankful. In any event, we may rightl...

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. — 25 November 1887

-jcsjifrgllflgjfijgfijB -. -MijjjaatfiJjfiS lpSspss!rii iBanarniHman . - .f jr " A-i T"rim i i i Yn n i r n " - i1-- ii -Tn r WE "WTULi OBPFHSR, 03ST SATURDAY, OTOVEMBEJiR, 26, .. 1. V UR WHOLE STOCK OF 50 CT. AND 75 CT. FANCY DRESS GOODS McLaren & bro., 34 & 36 s. limestone, SEE THE SZEIOW "WTlSriDOWS. essays . ttv' - -w -a?we-'- -y-'-r sssapjaytY- t- ik a-tjcw mtj? :- "i?R,?W .-??- ---v - ' hJh ag?BB&' aggwigiMBBBmBWg:'seapwiMiaig !- .'..yT-l l.saul. H .mw .1.. 1..T n ..- ..... ,i li Ik mmtmtttu m t htm i flliil :ks WHITE TI13 ciily lrasl of latirnlrv Snip awarded a firt diss Jiicd.il at tlid Kcw Orleans KxpuslUiSL Guaran teed nbsok:i.!v-pure, r.iiJ for KHiiTal Lcuscbold purpo-vj is tfco verv Iws prtngfirhl Republic EYE515R AM WEEKLY. 'ftSjg;- - Tk BFrrEMC prUU t hf New TorV dlWt ra ImxIiUI rrr lli.pilrlir. "d Hie KUr ItW.r'orrlc.) Trlri. 91 'tH . mm C M. NICHOU, Tlico. . lMtOWN, SPillCFIELG PilSLISSISG GOMFiSY, Publishers ind Proprietor. the srcxTKn KErtniLic u pnoUih...

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. — 25 November 1887

- in! ' -i fait sw. jVwj r ft .i ' . PSS' 8"'-CfgC"i'ii'..a' to -1 -S JAIX IIKAHTSa :'... " S rj beadSST woman. uk - WL ff liquid rwH I U . JSJSW V&H SaSsaSaV. . cB1 rjfe -. .- ,,,-- . . , n3L a"HaBMiH.BiaBB.aBa AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ron om: MtiiiT o.ilv. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26. MIACP'S MAGIC TALISMAN! A Orasit spectacular Production t Oae Hun deed w Noreltle aitd Ideas' ilorgeous TransfiTcatlocs ' IHegant Costumes and 1 onderful Mrcltaulcal l.ffects ' Produced by a Select Comiiatiy of Artists' l'i:ici tjc 5oe. sic. teats oa sale at Harris. Martyrs to Headache Seek relief in vain, until tlicy begin to use Ayer'a Sareaparilla. Then they re gret the years of suffering they might have escaped had they tried this remedy earlier. The trouble was constitutional not local ; and, until Aycr's Sarsapsv rills did its effective work as an Alterative and Blood 1'uriSer, they were compelled to suffer. The wife of Samuel Tage, 21 Austin st,, Lowell, Mass., was, for a long time, subject...

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. — 25 November 1887

WN& "i-. ( tOgFUBLlO, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 25. 1887. -! :SFECI.a.LTIES IN: LYON'S SILK UMBRELLAS TORE STATE BUCKWHEAT AND GOODYEAR'S RUBBER COATS, JUST RECEIVED BY 1 Cuby 4 Heathman's Self-raising Buckwheat; New Maple m- - svruD, 30 cents per quart. IEW MINCE MEAT AND NEW RAISINS! THE NICEST PACKACE YOU COULD WISH FOR ! ONE POUND BASKETS YOUNG HYSON UNO ASSORTED TEAS THE BEST GOODS IN NICE BASKETS, AT REGULAR PRICES. New Figs, New Dates, New Apricot, New Peaches, New Canned Goods of all triads. We ire the BARGAIN DEALERS of this City. SEASONABLE GROCERIES! . I UThankS&iving- Day J , jyvi ) vVp m V a vl Im 1H W P'hJ K C.W.PAYNTER&CO 91 and 93 West Maia and 40 South Market. . wm s. ?i .31 t.- m am ISM fMpr TttTSX? ECATS! VIIIIIIIIF'kllllllllllB LEABIXG STYLES In All Urate. HYPES, Kflklrt Maker, Hatter ami Furnisher, 3 Esmi Main Mreet. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. nil AUVKKTISINO. BW AXD AFTER Todaythe SprlngneiaDaiu. - Ill Inwrt such "ads " as" ants t,""Wor Rent,""For Sale." etcln...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 26 November 1887

id i . $ II jtw MB . . u . . Alk I n the i i repuSlic,: mtpmir stow wmimni. - vni vvvin ncTq. SPRmGFIEIJ), 0., SATURDAY EVENING XOVEMP.ER '20, 1887. PEOPLES' NEWSPAPEa SATURDAY EVENING XOVEMP.ER PRICE TWO CENTS. '.! - , , ' I . ' I V4I m --- M t!I rv. 41' "KE ...r.r.irnnrTc in IIIMiniiV VAllT mourn w "li our friends. It haslongago tef " I)L1 A JILiJlUIll MUM. been sa.n that "death loves a shining ers iu aswiion wnirn i noiea loriisiegai u-w.i.. vu ......,. ,,.-,,-..,.., ,.,,.. LMI I III UIUI IIH 4!? 7: rr: nui . v appropriate for the ability. Tim create practitioners of the M,'""M?"J5"l',n",' To"Jh.,-Som lrr I. Ill tlHKLUM kb. ww r-Ait-.r-nrnu.js r -aeuiiii..ia iiiii ., i . i i .ii . 11 . . . m h h . h h b h b .V, Ohio: J il.lctit ram. -.tlchtly ' A KaurJaT luurntcz. colder itn followed bT rising temperature. Springfield, O., November 26, 1887, A Year's Earnings. That depends on savings. Riches are not what you make but what you save. How much would you save in a year by buying your...

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. — 26 November 1887

- ; &.- :M " A- - '-i 4 '"&?; . ? --- -31 - -'-.;.5: ta 'J - 'X a yi w'.tS ---'1 ;- m .i . i ' r.fi ..-- -.Ti i - rrin I. !A U ui ' Catarrh i Cured! Ostattw to WT vwntat disease, with ,m.i jjt ntltstlii irrr Hood's .nt,-!!. gives wady relief " 'J1' iBi.troklktctlcUbroUehtetlooa, tan4nwMWSani "very part of thetyttem. 1 iti fltrriiTffliin i " 'SaSsmflF . , a... a ith trrti s or a rears : tried aaay il(d em, Inhalers, etc, spend. 111. wiTr ism ami """ '""" Knflt- I triad Hood's tUrsaparma. and was greatly tkMni' JtJWgT.WorcasJer.alaia. tbrw pecvIlarUlea : 1st, the romMwaion ot Manful aetata : s. the proportion; 3d, the . aUaiiatt leeafal Tlie jsahe) .snedlctaal SariSrteMU Isan&tcinWf unusual . ,!iaH taTstUrg cares hitherto nkoosra. awnvtswt Wot contarntnt'"1"'.11 fTldrncc-a-.- , , nia imim m anr tvstesx. " "arrir:.;i.,if. nd saaatiBiakaiM ovef." J. r. XaoursoK, .Jsglatsref Deeds, hamtlU Mass. svHftaBtnMsasatiaa baas sILUters. and ts-rorirttawsiffttM&d' I. aUmusqtok. waa...

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. — 26 November 1887

REPUBLIC, SATUflPAY EVEfflKG KOVEMBER 26 1887. t.' a :3 3M .-si frr.if 1 . "-- V?! ;vm v,--m THE SOCIETY BUDGET. A Week of Pretty Weddings and Social Amenities Incident to the Hol iday of Thanksgiving. Two ISrllll'Uit Matrimonial EifiU-Art Kre.tl..i-Tlie Till l'l Knler- tulii-tal-l. nn.l Iiirlne-BrUr ISlW t Soilal News. This has been dh-tinctly a week of wed dliiRs aul some ery pretty ones liave oc curred to make eminent the time. llesldes, it was Thanks-giving week, and the arrival of that holiday rould not do otherwi.se than to result in MX-ial feature)). While, there fore, society lixs been by no means actl e, it has manifested sjmptoms of being alive, and that is something to U'greatf ul for. The leading eent of the week, socially, was the wedding of Dr. Henry C. Diraond and Miss Harriett Uushnell, which occurred on Tuesday evening at the residence of the bride's parents. Colonel and Mrs. Asa S. Uushnell, Xo. S54 east High street. It was an event which, tliauirti not extensive, ...

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. — 26 November 1887

S&frWZ&ri&Z rBr-5- REPTJBLIO, SATUKDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 20 188T. "&&. -- i vi '-: x ?-;j r.r-ia V-tiS -".. sJ 'K: Bs BtLl. NYE AT THE PLAY. I!ow.ry JfwmitL fir J&d&elX Mm Details the AlUmunU or ThMlrci. T i to lw regretted that eluriug the pastwee'k so little attention lias Iwn paid by tin- bright anil nble amuses. raent noil tlicat tr eat writem of tho XowYorL press to tho bill slghtly prxse-ntesl by tho Loudon theatre, of this plaiv. Cer- ' tainly for those no njoy an e en r- ins of iininterrupt- d Mijoyineut at a trifling cj'iiso there i Bothitu; at present to compete with the Ixin doo. Three hour, of solid fun that auj body cmn understand, toge-tlier with thirty or forty song? and a play, ar very rarely offered in this city for twenty-five cvnUs, and it cvr tainly wiems to me to usher in an era of pros perity and good feeling; among tho plain jieo ple who enjoy a pertae-ular, musical and dramatic wason at cut rates. I did not taVea lady with mo to the...

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