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

kw. E2WK9B K"tea?25i i7r'fev-. j HSasefeS tiTiKsiMiy' w r ... -S"t VOL. XXXIII NO. 2SS. a SPEINGFIELX), O., WEDNESDAY EVEXIXC. DECEMBER .. 1887 PRICE TWO CENTS. -"--" " --.i .-j-. - -"" -i- . - . , mi I ! ! e p I IBIU fe . . . - .inHMWufj niww- , . . :t, - - AuVEkT1EMEVIS. S f jf 5 ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 2fi f Hi ?ifc 4 61 ; tf ?,C .v -t -i&i ij? jm -- . - "i -j ? V; ;V &?- ''Si "If WEATHER FACTS. W.imsaTo. Dec 7 Ohio j Hiirioer.fullowedlnnorthern . I . foorilon by colder weather. I Springfield, O., I December 7, 18S7. J TO SIOUXT YIOUX. A wandering tribe, railed the Slouxs War moccasins, having co shimixj: '1 ln'j are made of buckskin, Wilhthotleshy sidein. Embroidered vv itli beads of bright hiouxs. Wh-11 out on the war path, the Sioux Match single file never by tiouxs And b) blazing the trees Can return at their ease. And tbdr way in the forests ne'er liouxs. What siouxts the Siouxs wouldn't siouxt yioux. You don't wear moccasins for shsouxs. If you did. we should at once la...

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 December 1887

, JJJ.S5?;??ir,,, -ygggttg&a - -ri - - j --' " -"-"yl i n --1"- .-- ..-."- . .. - -.... JBEPPBIIO, WEDlSmDAY EVTOTOTG, PEOEMBEB 7, 1887. uu TO OUR PATRONS. Having disposed of our en tire business to Messrs. Jan ney & Pierce, we ask all our old friends and many new ones to extend a liberal pat ronage to them. You will find them gentlemen, now ready to serve you. Respectfully, HAMILTON Sc CO. HO! 3PC:Ft OALIFOHNIA. $20,000 stock of Hardware and iron to be sold at Prime Cost. We offer our entire stock sf Builders', Carpenters', Machinists and Faimers' Tools at prices you never heard f. Ws mean to close the stock out as soon as possible. If you want the goods, come at face, as you may never have such a chance again. The stock is all in prime order. Anyone pill to build, now is your opportunity. Call soon and make your selection. HLA.MILTOIN" Sz CO., XO. Q7 - - BAST MAIN TH.EJ3E1T - - XiTO. 07. 73LOI FOR SPUING P'lELD. Having purchased of HAMILTON & CO., 27 East Main stree th...

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 December 1887

. ,, EVENIKQ t?CJEMBE!. 7 1HR7 ' ' "-lIBgli - BETtTBLIO, WEDffESDAff - '' ' . m. -it, i mil. .., rmi i j ' IfglgrK s uV U -K1 ' - s - M 6 3fc V '-. - tl1 It r-r at, hm, . Mfl 'a I, lfcl,lM S '..S-ir A-S.I .mtiw srSL aS"w7 Jiicimnio T i Cjf KJUmM WOIiS. A - - --- - IA B AMUSEMENTS. Thiinriajr and Friday ETtaiofa, Dee. 8 and 9. The Celebrated German Dialect Comedian. CHAS. T. ELLIS, Under the management ot F F. Proctor. In the tate U m. Carleton's Comedy Drama. CfflJHEYODLEfi Mr. Kills I endorsed by all people as the Sweetest Muter In the profession ; houses pscsea 10 me onors everywhere, pes1al Scen ery: Perfect Mace tscttlno: a l'rodnrtlon Complete In every detail; Ilutton-b.nl- Bou quets tor toe isaiea ; rTesents lor the children at every performance, final prices of admlsslen; seats at Pierre's GRAND OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY, FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 9th. DUNLAP OPERA GO. rtEOROE DUNLAP. Proprietor ana Man ager; authorized and organized by JNO. A. MoCAUIX And producing the greatest...

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 December 1887

-I- :.g?yy r.rr: MgaaaAfcAusag; Ef &""" . . . .""-: . SHaJ i liwip -aMii ''fW;W-T--KJ?'-ip.'Stg;,- g0 !ttEFU.BLIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7. 1887. 223&&&&tmi -fc. -ii -T:t " ' ' " ' ai,.wLwBgai fi wfTHiwi - .1 wr.. -. . i , , ,rr7rTa Lili ii JrwrZ r. , , , liT-TaJ Jrrtf rlri m w-HivaiaBv.KiHEiiBMnnMap r- "?s:$!SHSffl!StaSnKawESaaWavn t Es p ANOTHER BOOM iCfilnina our stores after the dnce our Stocks One OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN LOOK OUT FOR 12.25 buys a Complete White IK; $3.89 buys a complete English Banded Tea Set. R3"ti C kuim nnmnloto Cnnlich naiMiMtalt Too Cat 1.IJ lt KUIIIUI6IB UIIUIIJII $6.50 buys a f- $10.00 buys a complete ;a Wtwant you to call and see ested in our low Prices. c. w. ZF.A.'srisrTiEiR, &c co. aWavBL -.-aaa 4aWaVJ nawaw jL---5i-i jSL BHTXlMI na.1 in "f Cellars aiH Caff Snperlor qliij and Fit. I Skirt Maker, ltnttvr nml rtimWhrr, KPt Mnin strrl. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FBEK APVKKTISINO. AW ASD AFTr.lt Today the Pprlnefleld Dint V BUrcauc will...

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 December 1887

MMr!rirU,r - 4 "t S5llielw5BflrlavH T ' HOLIDAV Jgf. FJ AWVEKTISEMIXTS. Iff VOL. XXXIII NO. 2S9 SPREPfGFlELD, 0., THURSDAY EVEXDsX. DECEMBER 8. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. lit ,:$ - pj -- Sulc '.388eK 9 M WEATHER FACTS. .Sr-- saL- Wiotoi(.D.S Ohio I m Kf Warmer, lurbt rain. I o-1 Springfield, O., I December 7, 1887. j SIOUXT YIOUX. TO A wandering tribe, called the Slums, Wear moccasins, luring to shloux; Tin) are niaiie of buckskin. With the fleshy side in. Knibroldered with beads of bright lilouxs. Wlien out on the war pith, the Siouxs March single Me never by Uouxs Ami by blazing the trees Can return at their ease. And their way in the forests ne'er llouxs. What siouxts the Siouxs wouldn't siouxt yioux. You don't wear moccasins for shiouts. If you did. we should at once lay in a large supply of moccasins and sell them to yioux for one profit less than other dealers. Nor do the people come to The When as the Sioux go on the warpath, either in single rile or by tiouxs. Thev come in crowd...

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 December 1887

am0ss3Ame&j-'" .-w.s-lv,, J- ''Sl-Se;s?-i,' : HBpfrBLto, fiitsfei.Y jmarorQ, mmmm s, isst. -in T i i i i rftoi ofc fc l II i l f PARA-CREAX is a cream ointment, neatly put up in two Ijouneeglassjirs. ' To preient chapping, It is especially adapted to the use of ;' Farmers, Gardeners, or any persons working in water or damp, ''weather. It Is uneqalledts an emollient for the skin and complexion, and renders the skin so't and smooth as a kid glove. PBICE. 25 CENTS. t--? MaowJar that the teryiarce majority ot chapping prepara m PARA-CREAM !H f$ltMa are composed of (ilyrerine, Vaseline, Cosmoline, Camphor, Carbolic Acid, Mucilage orQuiaee Seed, etc., and that they do not fally mett the demands of the trade, ire hare originated a prepa id ration that contains none of the above ingredient?, and after very erere tests, we have found it to far excel all others in the market. It is perfectly harmless, and no danger is attended by its use in any manner. A. Nm-XTXr PREPARATION FOR CHIPPED H...

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 December 1887

in hi i ii n" mi ii i ii in nil mi i i'iiii'I isii iWlvwSSJliMiMrVai iii i'wil' ''iF'i'TMlMi'lJiliiill)hllsM8iri'wWsVliSwattksT aksl r tS8SVIL r tt jTiTi' w:sc?H-WJW St5 sa-r w.i jsv s&QvxfGB&mmBNBBBKE&iSSSiUKSSBKt&gSBK -"v y -f -rw -MEsgjsttHsMaswL.BwssusBsBaysawx BEFffBIIO, THTmSt)AY EVETOfQ t3EMBER 8 1887. ... ! sS -, dtS- ,--q. &fk ."-i - fcp -- J illllt' " -it -al J AM. HKABTjB m"af7 ui CAmrm TO lTa n BEADTffDL WOIAH. tt J lBl rU II lit -i.il. mmtf m A to, sseall. pal. Sots n4t- Ik SB 1 i eu. n.wnu. TTisa iiitliiT mw X W laaald rssrl U u ims- If "SBBW W t m-nUr.itttjmU Ik BW lanX aajs kaUa. I W AMUSEMENTS. Tkursda) and Friday Eteaitig, Dec. 8 sad 9. The Celebrated German Dialect Comedian, CHAS. T. ELLIS, Underthe management of F F. Proctor. In the late Wni. Carle ton's Comedy Drama. CmjIYODlER Mr.Elllsls endorsed by all people as the Sweeten -inger In me profession ; bouses panei to ineaoorscvrryw&ere, special seen ery. Perfect Mage setting.; a Productio...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 8 December 1887

- -'7P , 5w-s-.- v -- - V ?j jy tf7 'g-.J.';ElflwaBSgBcrelge;BMSflBBfaiEBBPaBeMa iflHTTBLlO, THURSDAY lVHfPfft, BEOBMBKft 8. 188Y, Mrs? fc;f5 Jl m. mm l&A KeSJ W TT' 5tEL-r IIP? R"-. jR-lfe jlifjgz- ana fSfsPajByoif sSsSk - jfim KSS. - SOME NOW afBaaaW S SBBEZ. i the Christmas ruth. jKWwt( it, and we'll hold the goods for Christmas delivery. TOYS! ?" Ntver before in this city. !CHEAP ;P1I BEGINS ; W. PAYNTER & CO., Mi 'sF SI and 93 West Main aid PEOPLE'S COLUMN. rmKK ADVERTISING. r4WDAFTtaTodTtaeSprinrteldDittL hjc wlllinsermucn - aas as " Rnt." "For Sale." etc . In this I oae time tree, three times tor twenty ,aaal times lorn iiTccniy. XUK crttinui lAuu x-u. w. rSXIKT. WANTED VaHaLai faaawBafaVLisMaBssaBaasBn &H 1aTaRfaVsH. sssssssssssss in awsvT ' jf t-s . aasssl lass.'' asssssV -- - v -- .4aaau cnck ssansaav tVfaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWI p'ita CaUars an I Caffi Superior lf tjoallij" and Fit. 4JlsV"BBVk.lrt Maker, Hatter ami l'urnUlier.A Bfe; Bast Main Wrfrt. t...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 9 December 1887

VOL. XXXIII NO. 290 SPBINGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVEXIXG DECEMBER 9. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. '-Ait "si , .1 & ess" 'Sl fet WEATHER FACTS. ffi P W.ihi.oto. D.9 - Ohio Warmer, tall . rather. Springfield, O., t December 7, 1887. J TO SIOUXT YIOUX. 'wandering tribe, railed the Slonxs, Wear moccasin, having no sliluuxs; T Jn-y arn made of bucksVlii, Willi the flcsliy side in. Kuibruidcnxl with beads of bricht htouxs. When out u tlie war path, the Siouxs ilsrch single file never bj tiouvs And b blazing tlie treet Can return at their ease. And Uitlr y In the forests ne'er Ilouxs. What siouxts the Siouxs wouldn't siouxt yioux. You don't wear moccasins for siuouxs. If you did. we should at once lay in a large supply of moccasins and sell them to yioux for one profit less than other dealers. Nor do the people come to The When as the Sioux go on the warpath.either in single hie or by ttouxs. 1 hey come in crowds, ract! THE POPULAR RACE. The entries in all depart ments, from "two-year-olds" up, 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. — 9 December 1887

tK?Sjx- B2i''itf1we3 "" J-fej-i6( '"&? iyetTOLiq rim?A-g jotsiho. dkormbkr o. i887. Catwiag tfcst tke very Urge majority ot ckapyUff -tre eMifwed er eiyrerlHe, Yawllne, Con.el!ae, Canrter, PARA-CREAM W a nid"W' in.Eii.n.A.n?ioig' for CUM HMDS. LIPS, IE, SUNBURN AND M GUTS AND BURKS.1 i IMltA-CHEAJI Is a erf am ointment, nrall) put un in two t ounce glass jirs. ( To prevent chapping, it h especially adapted to the use of Farmers, Gardeners, or any persons workins in uater or damp weathtr. It is uneqalleil j an emollient for the skin ami complexion, and renders the skin .sot and smooth as a kid glove. FK1CE. 25 CENTS. -a.:d. bas.ha.tjs cfc coms'y, I MANUFACTURER AND PROPRIETORS NO. 23 EAST MAIN ST., SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. fhrikaUe Add. Mucilage of OuiBce Seed. etc.. and that they 4e Mt piaHj ameet tke deaaads of the trade, we haTe originated a prepa- i tut eoataias none ot the above IngredieBt, aad after rerj Mtere teats, we hare found U to far excel all others 1b the aarket. JU It 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. — 9 December 1887

LajBKSHfcrfWAWSSS?. w mfVMiSnlmalBSSito-tfKJf' iBt - - igffsitCT-wrTv tflafE "KSI REPTJBLTC, PftlDA-Y EVENmcspifOEHBEIt 0 1887. m - ?W; ' -rw- -v- w ---, ----- --" 11 i - i in ' ' ' . J 'TV ' " S :A -c fe smx'H &i: l &-.Ji j&h ?&''$ JfAI.1. IIKAltTBfA rT beaST woman. 2 bUt WMtihL Champlin'a ftmJ AMUSEMENTS. Thursday ami Friday Evening, Dec.S and 1). The Celebrated German Malect Comedian. CHAS. T. ELLIS, l!ndertbero.iiit.e,ent of F F Proctor, in the late Wm Carleion's Comedy Urania. QSPERJETOOLEB Mr. Kills W endorsed by all people as the Seetet Mincer In the profession; houses packed to thedoors everywhere: Special Jcen etyj Perfect Mace ttlii:-; a Production Complete. In eery detail; Uutton-tiole Uou quets for the ltdles ; Presents for the children at etery performance. Viual prices of admission; seats at Pierce's. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. ONE XKiUT OKI.V, FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 9th. DUNLAP OPERA GO. OEORGE HKNLAP. Proprietor and .Man ager: authorized and organized by JNO. 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. — 9 December 1887

5KI3KV1 feif- tsssr- rss. xtKPUBHC, "FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 9. 1887. &S IME NOW Bttet the Christmas rush. Our prices art tht very ! Itwtst, aid we'll htld the olds fer Christinas delivery. FTOYS! f Never befere in this city. CHEAP CANDY SALE! BEGINS NEXT WEEK. !. W. PAYNTER & CO., SI and 93 West Main and Callftri sal Cat's Saperior qulltjr ul Fit. I Skirt Maker, Hotter Kail r urnl.lier, I lul Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. ran advertising. AsT AKD AFTBR Today the Springfield Daiu yiBitiic trill Insert such "a4s" at " Wants" aH-ror Rent." "For Sale." etc la tht ikaaa aae time tree, three timet for twaatr lifcawlt aiin tit time tor aft t cents. TUK SPRIM 0 FIELD PUB. CO. MM.inT. NTED WASTBD-Boarders at 172 south 0""J , WAKTED-SIt or eicht good dT boardert: alto two furnished rooms to rent to three tar fsar gentlemen, at 63 sooth Factory street. rANTED A eili tn wash dishes and help. ' Call atsi south .Market street. awa rAXTED-NurtMrlrl. to'nelp take care of ' two children, o...

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 December 1887

-SHwmilwiSfiiif M hi ii 1 1 y. I iiiiiliiM priti0fM& gterilg ftepttMir. THE BEIT AliVEltTISEMEXTS. ADTEBTIfHXe HMUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 291. SPKmGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENED DECEMBER 10. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. W. HOLIDAY f?s vrt - .- WEATHER FACTS. WiOTo.Dec9 Ohio armer, Ulr weather. Springfield, O., ) December 10, 1887. J nFDUGE THE TARIFF So says the president. A popular Christmas cry, that. Everybody wants "tariff" re duced, so as to make the hol iday money go as far as possi ble. We know that. We have acted on the knowlege. In such seasonably suitable things as Mufflers, Si k Hand kerchiefs in fancy embroid ered and initial. Smoking Jackets and Umbrellas of all kinds, and we have reduced the tariff on them right down to wholesale pricess for the single purchase. AS TO CLOTHING. We make the clothing we sell. We know the stuff that is in it and the work that is in it. We sell direct to wearers of clothing; we sell at such prices that there is no room for dealers' profits, but only...

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 December 1887

KEPTTBLIQ, SATURDAY EVENmG, DECEMBER 10 1887. " . 1W 4 i ryi Mi TIIE NEW COXGItESS.1' HOW THE CAPITOL LOOKED AT THE OPENING. JM) NMlm Not t the Mat, mud W1ie CWtmlaljr Will lie Mluml Vncrrtalnty f Political tirratnras Xauar of Con- Special Correspondence ASHINGTON, Dec 5. Tho new congress cauio to CeUicrtoday. 1ong before 10 o'clock the galleries were filled, ami an hour later tho three acres of sjiaco which forms tho sito of tho Capitol building was hum- Bins like a bee hive. The U-ivinent was Ailed with strangers, and tho restaurants were doing a thriving business. The second floor had many of the aspects of a rarisian boulevard. Fretty women and grent men jostled each other in the corridors, and big crowds bung about the doors of the galleries ot the bouse and senate. The wooden men who act as doorkeepers and messengers came oat, as usual on such days, in all their glory. They domineered over tho crowd. They snored back this woman, and pushed that nusn). They put on three times a...

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 December 1887

JS y-- REPTJBIIO, SATURDAY' EVENING DECEMBER 10 1887. 13? " " " TSS "i - W?W""- T'eTS''C ' ...-He. --w , ". i - - - - II. r.B.'M ' r. k:M .pr '! LT BEADTIFIIL WOMAN. VJ ,' W to Q.jrhT, 4 gfty fn Mj Messenger Service. Packages, Letters, Notes and Baskets Delivered Promptly. 'PHONE 15Q- AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, Willi 4.r.iul Matinee at: P. JI. Wills, Hcnsliaw & Ten Broeck An J a great Vocal and Comedy Cast. In the matt coJjiaUe of all .Musical Comedies. TWO OLD CRQNfES! Brilliant Production, Intensely FunnT, lirlmful o( i-rarkling. (Jrlclnal Music. Besides Selections f roni the Most Popular Operas. t'Kin.s-rienlDc.TV.'A! and iie. Mat! lnee. adults. 5c. ehlldren. S"c. Tickets tur both matlneeand evening cm he liad.tt Har ris's Clear More. GRAND OPERA HOUSE MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 12th. Orand Production of Jules Verne's Greatest ot all .-poctaculsr Dramas. E IN 80 DAYS. Lnder the direct suprrilloD of Mr. r. J 1'I.U'lDf. U.rioerlv iuucer lblu'9. Xr lork A stron...

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 December 1887

JS$na$lilniMwJlMiiire i!IJPlf"4Bit ltEFTTBLIO, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10 1887. .-".. - 'I . 'II ad .r ft - r ''MBS mlSBKMBfBtKSKBBHmM9mmmKKMtttttKSttll ':" ' . 1 m'r --7,SMSaaaaiaf "- rTBBB 3 If1 ll l I i I i THE NEW COXGRl-SSJ MOW THE CAPITOL LOOKED AT THE OPENING. Old Members Not on the Llt, and Who Certainly Will Be Missed Uncertainty ef Political Greatness Names of Con- ISprcUl Correspondence. -ASIIIXGTOX, Dec. 5. The now congress camo to gether Unlay. Long before 10 o'clivk the galleries were filled, nml nn hour later tho threo acres of space which forms tho site of tiie Capitol buiMiujr was hum- tniag lite a bee hire. The basement was Ailed with strangers, and the restaurants were doing a thriving business. The second floor had many of the aspects of a Parisian boulevard. Pretty women and great men Jostled each other in the corridors, and big crowd hung about the doors of the gallerie of the bouse ami senate. The wooden men who act as doorkeepers and messengers camo out, a...

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. — 10 December 1887

nTSPTTBLTCSATURDAY EVENING-DECE3klBER 10 188T. iSSK ' rffmi!i!!sr'' 'HlMffvu' mjs.. ffi-w-ifwe;53SSJS!ffiKSWTO-. , .. 3 1 t ., it ;, VMS Ml - 3 1, .'BILL NYC ON CCPY.IZHT Ject from Utrrarjr Llgliis. OME time ago. in order to ascertain the wutiments of loading lijrlits m literature oiiittitlKT waits of lif.x I wrote to a larp uumUr of ironii nrnt jieojile tu-Mu'; the (olhm ui t jue tions.: First Who Is uv . .... . vV "r?lon,wo Mf ' o , ,.-, L X J 1 .. . '" wnte I j, j iTf 1 hair ix-.to.vr lmOwl...t, ,n,i rVurth What isxourotmionof interna tionalcxivrigbtl Fifth Hao jou three or four dollars at I band which youaro not using! I Sixth What is your opinion of capital I puiusliment! ! Smx;nth AVhat would yon do with rasp- j berry jcllj that will rot jell! j Mot of tliow questions bo far hare liern ignoixxl, but a number of answers have al ready arnre.1, and I have collected those ' which bear mostly on the question of inter national copyright. I do not sa) that tbey KTiouJy attempt to cov...

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. — 10 December 1887

" : ...- -"-"-' . -- ".. ' -in -- i i i i. ii-. ' ' STTT-'y" IImii i i . i -ii i ii yrp c nil -T7-7 TT- ,r-.s-4m--viLT,i:zt 1- vJ' --jZ - " ' -t - - ' r fi?nn .V ",T::v5s ' W.S - BEPHSLIO, SATURDAY EVENPrG, DECEMBER 10. 1887. TO OUR PATRONS. i OAIilFORNIA. Having disposed of our en tire business to Messrs. Jan ney & Pierce, we ask all our old friends and many new ones to extend a liberal pat ronage to them. You will find them gentlemen, now ready to serve you. Respectfully, aPOH. saPXlXXsTGJISXjlD. $20,000 stock if Hardware and Iron to be sold at Prime Cost. We offer our entire sttck tf Builders', Carpenters', Machinists and Farmers' Teols at prices you never heard f. We mean it close the stsck out. as soon as possible. If you want the goods, come at tnce, as ysu may never have such a chance again. The stock is all in prime order. Anyone going to build, now is your opportunity. Call soon and make your selection. Having purchased of HAMILTON & CO., 27 East Main street, their ...

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. — 10 December 1887

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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. — 10 December 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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