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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 12 December 1887

. J j AUTEnTWEMEKTg. ffi C" Jp gT C7 Spg) . APTE8T18MQ MIS10M. VOL. XXXIII NO. 292 SPRINGFIELD, O., MONDAY -EVENING DECEMBER 12. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. w fir ' I w K - f " -fc3SV ? WEATHER FACTS. P WasaiiamB. Doe. U Okie armer. fair weatfcer. Springfield, Om 1 December 10. 1887. J HEHWf So says the president. A popular Christmas cry, that Everybody wants "tantt re- lUCCd. SO as tO make UlOI Jrau mnnAuim tr nnet:. b!e. 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 stud 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 manufacturers' profits. That this is your advantage you need ...

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 December 1887

W&MMMMff3cs-lMMMgEH-.- - SEFtTBLlfr, MOiSTAY :KV&1JN(-1, DECEMBER lS. 188?. J f KIRKS Li -WHITE I BussiaN MM7Si Tlie. only braiul of Latinitty Soap 1 MMR? an!ttl a fiit class medal at tho I ir MMP Kcw r!,aiis Eti.IUon. Guaran fiv-MMp''' twdabsolutdyiiic,anit for general - VjJ-Mk- household imnwvs is tlie vrrya m SOAR K Spring field Republic pi- EYEXIXH AD tTEEHLT: 3s- Bev 5 IE& . 1 Hit. x n,cu",-s' iK BS?' ratatOEST MbPt 1 -a!ir- iigfe THB r safci1r. .m m KKK' an '1 SSL;-, s :" II litriltLlC prists the 'w fork aa Wsst ara Itnorlsted l'rrH Iilvpstrkes Uc Beater Cs" (Ferelrn) Tf leara-ns. TUOS. 0. 1IKOWK, SPJ1IEFIEL0 .F&8LlSii!l6 CfiMPIIT. Publishers and Proprietor!. KTKX1KO Elflinuo it published -Mnlcf-a?e.Dt Sunday, aud It de.tlr- ed at me rate si 10c. per week. Single eoalt"s. WEEKLY ItKPDBtlC If JinSllsiied t Thuraday, acl Is one.ot.ineinosi.coni- .- . . .....m , Tti nnniTT : eUbt cases, markets complete. Kepiete with new an4 mlsoelUny. II r ar. Invariably cash In ...

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 December 1887

saSaasHwIlSEgfesSifc? -,,,inimiBfi .iwaiigfitWHMTmir" 1 1 .mi "flT ? -v. 7T ,.w. - - REPUBLIC, MOKDAY EYEOTffQ DECEMBER 12 1881, 'T-VB. rafr ifcs A I 1 j S ;l 3 3Kf , r"H - i- - 4&r 4IL. ' IIS r- ? !? Ir- !h &v Si ? -1 IS AjAM. MKAsM'Sfk rj BEAinmwoiAN. 2 W m hll. ilUW rta Wnm nit IA I V sUt bMafkL ChsK4lla' flk M sf Vl 4vad Mrt B 1ft- AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 12th. Grand Production of Jules Verne's greatest of all Spectacular Dnnu, IN 80 DAYS. Under the direct supervision of Mr. W. J Fl-mlnc. formerly manager Xiblo's. Xew York. A slronc New York cast of -40 -PJSOX'IUS- 40 Two Car Loads of Special Scenery! Beauti ful .Mecbaniral Kneels! Martlinc State Rer olutlonul pectacular lucidents never be fore witnessed! (irnuil Aninionl.n March, ami lirlll. I yotlthtrdlnc the enormous expense connected with this grand production regular prices win prevail, tiz: jx;..v-.iTC iieserrea seats now on sale at Harris s Clear Moie with oat extra eharce. 0t: MUnf-lHAl's...

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 December 1887

illfti K.r, V -j -v V,"&arM&' )" f&K itEPTTBLIO, MOKDAY ffTBftlflfl. DECENtBER 12. 1887. Sgs4Mayr'- arsT'iraiTenaSjiiriTanisaa'isianaaTa f fry " iiifeaiejBp5BimjMBlS8smMSR MiiiiirniiiirTiiirnii a-?$'WfSssj8saaaaaaaaannnn ca,. - i jr.lt.( s-ajioj nuus,i isajtjp$(ssx' V ' """ --J-.VJV- 4-CTSWBBwBsWMaSggysnnjnssssnjaw ---., ,msfn?vim-z, "fr3tevwvr,s'"T f - s- '4 v'aLi I tJ :v Jrv Lfe. i MrW r- . g,g. . f V SJ am s.n. an E?f v-Wa : Bar.- m CAP CAN 0 Y ! vAanual Cheap Candy Sale Five Thousand Pounds Pure Fresh M HE Cattle Mlxti Candy, 10c per CMdy, 12 l-2c pr pound ; Fancy Mixed Cream Candy, 15c j-Mrynuii ; (sptciall'rireBloLbuivIifsaiid MwdayscHOOiHj; pjaaey Table Nats, fire kinda ntixtd, only 15c per pound; PA1bV1it. 20c per pound ; English Walnuts, 20c per pound ; Bntik, Filberts as Fecaiis, W. PAYNTER & CO., K C trt 93 West Main and Stfa CaHara'an Caff Supertor qaalltr aad Fit. IKakar, Ratter and Furnlaher.S ataet Main MropU Si PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED. r ACTED 10 good ...

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. — 13 December 1887

yrtttjlftHft jfaitfl $etmblk. RCAX OT7R Taxi b: AUTEUTI8EHE5T8. ADTERT1SISG MEBIUM. SPRmGFIELD, O., TUESDAY .EVEXDsG DECEMBER 13. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 293- PRICE TWO CENTS. Lva. ': x. tST Mil 'I J F 1 . WEATHER FACTS. H P WiPHUOTn. Per. It Ohio, IVannsr. laJi weather. Sfungfuld, O., J December 13, 1887. J Overcoats. Familiar chest nut ; "Tfcey are not wearing Overcoats any longer, now. V hy ? Because they are long enough already. If you are 'long" on overcoats, you don't want any more ; if you are "short," you do. THE WANTS OF MAN. If man, youth, boy or child wants something in the over coat line that we have not got, we'd like to see him ; he'd be hard to please, indeed. r irst the children s : Over coats for them in price from $1 upwards. Boys Overcoats from $2.50 up; youths Overcoats, $2 up; men's Overcoats from $2.50 to $27. Material Astrakan, Mon tenacs, Kerseys. Meltons, Fur Beavers, Castor Beavers, Corkscrews, Diagonal Wors teds, and so on. Styles All that are going. Values ...

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. — 13 December 1887

K3arM---a,., i-- , ' wmmi&msmm ftBHWWlMI!gWqPHBWyWfcWHMWii Ml fSt" t ; - wt7Nw 71jl'?:C - - -- - ? i :. & "a- i ,;" v rf f "T?s?y' i BEFUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING, BEOEtBER 13, 1887. v-i TO OUR PATRONS. fe?"''-'S:"Si """' m iTiHiiVffH'fflll'r1 mimmKmsm JJJMMWMMMiiiiWM " ?TSSSfmmSgxsxmfmplm!tLAaKtB ggT!gBggyTg"g"B5Sl.paeeBSBa5b mti wr iyrya?cw?fiigv,T'j- -, -rm. . a , VUPKv, i-'. V fc - V- rf3n-sHB-i ..--.! .-..-. qg5ar SCO! IPOH. OAXiIFORNIA. t $20,000 stock if Hardware and Iron to be sold at Prime Cost. We offer our entire ink tf Builien, Carpenters', Machinists and Farmers' Tools at prices ycu never heard jt Wi mean tt clost the stock out as soon as possible. If you want the goods, come at UN, as ywi may never have such a chance again. The stock is all in prime order. Anyone tbw t (wild, now is ysur opportunity. Call soon and make your selection. SB CO., - zsro. a? - - EiA.atT -bca.x'N' mv-EUBn--v - - :reo. Q7. Having disposed'of our en tire business to Messrs. Jan ney & P...

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. — 13 December 1887

tCjis&.- JfS. ' HEFIJBLTO, TUESDAY EVEOTKG D2?CJllMBER 13 1881 XTi- aBBBraKS - - l -Ml? ..- v.vktti- j, ,, T- ! - r - - "J"J -i' " jiXSeftQI Wf&.',w'ir . agsj v&F.jifL- ' usktaEKtesaBr.' -" -frty. H if- 23S M5- fcSj i. -Tie: k " 5:s9ft steal --$ r 3: rsasS3SSJBC5 DRAINING DOMESTICS. -- 4: Ijf JULIET CORSON f 'aT'MstsBBw v mJ AXXi REAIn va-aa ir svJs kjMU BB-BST ?m Ba JBsmSSssI sflr " a Bnl saaBBBvwe AMUSEMENTS. !. MUnl-UIArs ALL, TIESDAY, DECE1BER 13, '87. The Inimitable Irish Comedian. Vocalist and Lancer. MR. PIT ROQNEV The Charmins Youns fonbrette, MISS KATIE ROONEY And thoNt-w York ?t-vrOomeiy Conpaoy. iu thir rrponlnicted Tersion ot the thrrjct 1-arce Comedy, "PATS WARDROBE." "ASANA IIANAI." Wllsou, ... rred, Maauscer. All the famnai HoineT specialties lntro dueed. includlnc his sreat sons, "Let 'ertio, .'allai:ber." and the Incomparable Isonthern Qulutelte.ln cents of melody frm the popular operas ot Kuddscore. Mikado. Erminie, Little Tjcoon IteserTed seats at Tier...

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. — 13 December 1887

PpSii:&-'i -?w 5 5WBiaS85gKS am pw "-.rt.S& 'jCWS WyUWJlP llf S&f iSEPUBLlO, TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 13. 1887. n 3g? B&-- $&' al-S'. s HEAP Annual Cheap Candy Sale begins Today. Now here: Five Thousand Pounds Pure Fresh 5t IQME-NrftDE CANDY Ckfllce Xixf d farady, 10c -CJ,121-2riKrpfUB; Ftnrjlixid Ctttm Cndy, 15c ygr ftui ;KprcilFrirrate Canrrfccs.nd .nd-j Schools); fey Table Xstg, fire kinds aixfd, obIj 15c ftr poand; AhMd. 20c per poHHd ; English Walnuts, 20c per pound ; Brtiilf, Filberts and F teens, !; W. PAYNTER & CO., SI tad 93 West Nhln and SENSIBLE HOLIDAY GIFTS -pon MEN AND BOYS. Nice Hat. A Far Cap, Fine Shirts Muffl-rs, lores, COLLARS and CUFFS Fine Suspenders. Silk or Al paca Umbrellas. Beauties In Neckwear. Cull Buttons. fcarf Fins, etc. For a Choice As eorCnent at Reasonable price, call on HYPES, ;r Tne Hatter and Furnisher. S East Main St. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. VVANThD NN I I III "n nn company or men with W capital la each leading city, to control ...

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 December 1887

VOL. XXXIII NO. 294- PRICE TWO CENTS. SPEmGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 14. 1887. i.M fw flif X- !fS& "f 5Pi mam mm HeV"m CVll WEATHER FACTS. sltl htlJ Wahjto. Dee. U Ohio: Fair weather, fallowed It southern portion by light ruins ; co aer. SpRDfGFIELD, O., ) December 13. 1887. J FAMILIAR NAME. Overcoats. Familiar chest nut ; "They are not wearing vjvercoats any longer, now. Why? Because they are long enough already. If you are "long" on overcoats, you don't want any more ; if you are "short," you do. . ' THE WANTS OF MAN. If man, youth, boy or child wants something in the over coat line that we have not got, we'd like to see him ; he'd be hard to please, indeed. First the children's : Over coats for them in price from $1 upwards. Boys' Overcoats from $2.50 up ; youth s Overcoats, $2 up; men's Overcoats from $2.50 to $27. Material Astrakan, Mon tenacs, Kerseys. Meltons, Fur Beavers,' Castor Beavers, Corkscrews, Diagonal Wors teds, and so on. Styles All that are going. V...

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 December 1887

t &- - ftETOBHC, WEbJffisbA ETJEnSJPTG, .DEOEMKfeft ii. 1887, O F (- CHRISTMAS 'V -AT THE- J ftr- OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE. -41 s t A. FRESH, NEW -AJSTO WELL SELECTED STOCK OF OVER - v ssS z as. m -v IS r- isaes I" $50,000 WORTH OF FROM WHICH TO SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT. SPECIAL LOW PRICES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS CLOAKS ! WILL SELL THIS WEEK LADIES' SEAL PLUSH SACQUES, $20.00. VALUE $30.00 ! See This Genuine Bargain Before You Purchase Your Cloak. "WILLILAJUl" HUE. BLACK Sc O03FA2STir. KIRKS WHITE Hoop The only brand of Laundry Soap swarded a fir-t class medal at Uia New Orleans Exposition. Guaran teed absolutely pure, and for general koosehokl purposes Is tlio crybes SOAR ,f iriigfuU gtpublix ETEKISO AKD WEEKLY: T EaTCBLIC trial la S Tara sal Wit ra assacUtsa rr BbsatcbM aa4 Um fetter CaM (Tsnlga) Irltffraau. . mcaoLs, rataioarr. TOOK. O. BBOWN, ilC'TiXBTEIi. iHilffEl .niusm. CIHN1IT, PublUhsrs and Propriators. HH1M Biri'DUO ls...

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 December 1887

n:s jrf m a Km - tf5 -fc'i - - sUf " . "-I. JnaMseMBsrilll -8Snw-HTTMMrM1l" -mmbw.,-. ,. cMnMnMnMnK!?iiKfir!33ssn -4,JiWfHHR'ffgy nr"rnPirniMMflfrTlWMraM TPfffflffPWww1 qgTOE7Mnrwirlifirw iyvTPf--f . -' iy. KBsrL -fc- 7?ircWJIMV-i903CEW' - "T r? -53- . w JS?S-PIN,'- "-jFra , - -h ?- -SWOt W a W Ml i 1 - I IM.I. III ! !. Ill -... , ... I.. I M trjsr ' : ; : : '. ; X. "' - -ii bi.Li - A LETTER. &W&S MAKING WOOD PULP PAILS. Shir " mf AMI CAFTTTE Tt T rjf BEAnnnn, womah. IA p A to ,twtniftoiifMfa. II MJ Mr U4Ud ert u - gmt AMUSEMENTS. WM. AltiMl OM.X, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14. TheehMrnlngllttleComedlrnneandOhto's favorite. -Tin- Little Kiretric Battery," LIZZIE EVANS, And a Carefully selected Company. Id her latest and most snrcrssrul comedy in four acH.bj Ed.J.Snartx. ot I'tilla. entitled: OURANCEL LluleErautM "Blouut," th Asaffel Introducing NEWSOHBS.DMCES.HEDLETS. Admission. Se.SOe and 73c. on sale at Pierce's. Reserved seats No Universal Remedy has yet been discovered ; bat, 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. — 14 December 1887

g??M''ggiww! gawi3i.ttiMjfa.Ty;? H.'jmi m."."?mmt&fi --. l-..il,ii-m.l,ll -- Zh&T$Ti3Sb&r" . (. -i-- ;. y ?, , - i- ftHfe. KCz4 - t& mwer TB3r' HEAP P- Annual Cheap Candy Sale begins Today. Now here: Five Thousand Pounds Pure Fresh M -1 Chir? Bixfd faidy. 10c jr pfand; choice Howe-Made rdv. 12 1.2r tr ri liurl ? Fsnrr Hiti d Oman find v. Ion m . "' : : , ' ;. i ' :. ptsr aw n ; v.r"l Ui I irn p iu itiartutaaiiH aiuaj otnwiiv, FssMjTabi Naifsflvf kinds wix), only 15c ptr pound; AlsMH SOc per ixiun; Engiir-h Wnlrmts, 20c per pound; Bratsk, Filbt r Is at a Pmr, 15c p r Ik It titht r store. fC. W. PAYNTER & CO., M and 93 West Main and SENSIBLE HOLIDAY GIFTS -FOR MEN AND BOYS. A Nice Hat, A Far Cap, ' FiaeShirU, MufH-rs, tiloTes, COLLARS and CUFFS Fine 8nspenders. 511k or Al lan CmbrclUt. Beauties In Neckwear. Cu5 Buttons. Scarf PUs, etc. For a Choice As ertsseat at Reasonable pri cet. all on The Hatter and Furnisher. 3 Eaat Main St. m PEOPLE'S COLUMN. fi WANTED. ; VH...

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 December 1887

ft SPRTNGFIELD, O., THUUSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 15. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS VOL. XXXIII NO. 295. IV. .m 4 .t biilst rr5 l&i A '&:A S3'-:! I -A-:) -- i'i?-:, WEATHEH FACTS. P Wiummi. Dm. 11. Ml: Voider, falrxataer. exoeBt tnawi aieag use. SpRJJfGFIaXD, O., December 15, 1887, VOLAPUK! Mrs. B. My dear, you came in too late last night, and you talked in your sleep. Mr. B. (uneasily) Did I ? What did I say ? Mrs. B It sounded like "ante up, jackpot." Mr. B. ("with admirable presence of mind) Yes, my dear, I had been discussing Yolapuk, the new universal language, with Jones. The expression which escaped me in my sleep means, "God bless our home." Mrs. B. was so touched that next day she came to The When and bought a com plete outfit for Mr. B. in the way of Furnishing Goods' and Clothes; she bought him a Hat, too. Mr. B. didn't wear plug hats any longer, because (old chestnut, you know) he was long enough already he was 6 feet 4 ; but Mrs. B. got him ore ol Schindler's best, which ca...

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 December 1887

:b&ffi fe jjljBjW8ij; ,&. REPT7BIJ0, THURSDAY" 15VE&I8U, DECEMBER 1ft. 188T. SIS2SS' : 3-"- ---;- -PS. - r- ---,-- -. - , ;r fee .. - ;. "'J KIRKS tEWHBTt 35 Ei The only braid of Laundry Soap JT, fwrarded a firs.t e!as McJal at tha -'S Kmt rVitolrt KriK!tion. Guam . t4tatrruU,Iy'rtme, ami for renmt . fcmm-ll purvwrf m uie wry oes SOAR ;: & .riCfoW gstyutlit TKHMS ASU WEEKLY; fka MTCMJC trial l Tors aad WmI i aasariatsd rrna Sbaatrfcr aad ta Beater (Tacalfa) Trlecraau. . XTCHOUS. imtot. THUS. G. BROWN, glC'TiSD nui. u SPIIKHELl .NBLIS1IIC CIHP1IT, Publishers and Proprietors. -i IB aTrarmo hkpuulio ti published raraaliutezwpx sanaay. ana n aeiie at tie rate ol 10c. per week. Single si? M few rsassssi h? RyOk " 4 fv & - LT urCBMO It nuMUhed I ThBraday. and U one of the most eom- VUIHI epieie lemr. lnartaMT eaaa la adranee. Sjasjs.1 Hum l. Ill II is oneoi n"j SfwIT newspapers la. tne canal SSS awiSita eoawtato. Ttep awa an aiaeellanT. Brl At a representative mating 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. — 15 December 1887

f - ; &at. rSM ??- Jift'-i " -- vbv 5f3 H r 3. 1 - -."'at ? -s , SJ-i -11 s I , .WWff j ' j . i i. M. aaasV at a sai a aW aw. 7 naawi" Vfeajafaaw f catthtb TO rj BEAunroi. woiah. A V ill U. tnlwMI fW hMn. Ik I K udr jsav-fJ- Cmplln JaiaV , aT Xiq-i 9ma vw. Jtm J . ft Wink At W awesessjssaisasaia- a, ... . ..m. No Univtrsil Renedf has yet been disrovered ; bat, ss at least four-fifths of human diseases bar their source in Impure Blood, a medicine which restores that fluid from a de praved to a health j eoaditioa cornea as near being a universal core at any that can be produced. Avar's BrsapaiHIa affects the blood In each stage of its formation, and Is, therefore, adapted to a greater variety of complaints than any other known medicine. Boils and Carbuncles, which defy ordinary treatment, yield to Aver's Sarsaparilla after a comparative, ly brief trial. Mr. C. K. Murray, of Charlottesville, Vs., writes that for years he was af flicted with boils which caaaed him much suffering. Th...

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 December 1887

'.-V;: .?.xifltptoiaft temfaAV ..jaarfl. jjMitetfl is. m A a aoa. aMooaaaooaao aaaaaaa M. &-; ., YS! TOYS! COUGH HIES! ke sold before our Removal after the Holidays. our Tea, Dinner and Supper Sets. See WIFE IN APPEARANCE ONLY. Mike atcld.ch.lmrr Living with a Woman Who I Not III Wlf. i TJR DOLLARS U Bays one dozen Rogers' Silver Knives and Forks, l ripie-piaica guuus. yitwr A X Frpp Candv to customers in our T"- - j-ii China Department, at eitner store. W. PAYNTER & CO., M ard 93 Wtst Main and 40 Ssuth Market Street, Dr. Casper has all the best Cough Lozenees and Candles, treah and cood. adapted for Couchs and Colds. Horehoand Congh Candy. W lid Cherry Cough Cardy, Coltsfoot Rock Candy, Capsicum Lcxe ngta. Tar Cough Drops, Licorice Lozenges, Lime Fruit Tablets, Pine Tar Cough Caadj. Peppermint Ltxerget, Pare Stick Licorice. All tor aale at I oweat Trices at CASPER'S Drug Store, thMBIMk. afalnatrMt,Sd loor Wast at I4aoo.,npota-fl.ld. Comiaa; Events. Black's Monday evening, D...

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. — 16 December 1887

'PIP ' '" ''T f Z- , aw, eW, J y A fco-v '. M AU " IY M "" the hkokt '"lll W& VOL. XXXIII-NO. 296. SPKENGFIKLD,. 0., FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 1G. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. W - SW K5M v-,''3 3J . . M &M -". '. tsti ri,- :' t ?-' " V r r . . -.! .fi. 1 :;&& Z'-: &.:-?. WS, ;'i ".VH. - J v..:.t -r. -I' i- - " & i t . .-' - -' r1 it" '-': W - - & -C' ?ir-v " lr vsu i: ; s 1 1 . 1 -c-deffj .W .,.... nr.,.miininrl flHIfl 5T1TF rRNRF. T1U? Iil.'L'T I'lll'llTV you DO Creatures Ol KOCieiy SUCH as II IS, or All LI I. II 111 I 1 VV 3V.a.MLAN ANU tiUUUWIN WEATHER FAC1. V V If I. PI K l.lM I fir, Dll 3UljlE.ll. lmT Jr Warmer, fair weather. Iaw SPRINGFIELD, O., I December 15, 1887. J VOLAPUK! Mrs. B. My dear, you came in too late last night, and you talked m your sleep. Mr. B. (uneasily) Did I? What did I say ? Mrs. B. It sounded like "ante up, jackpot." Mr. B. (with admirable presence of mind) Yes, my dear, I had been discussing Volapuk, the new universal language, with J...

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 December 1887

-ssssi,'-, '" ?'-Tj&t,ri 23W33IS'S6sp., -? KEPTTBLIO, FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 10. 1887 PERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE! TATE HAVE JUST FUPLOHJSEJID IN" THE EASTERN MIAJR-KETS -AJST 5sfr IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS ESPECIALLY FOR i HOLIDAY TRADE I&&- ' i - . . .. . - -. .-.-. -. GIVE US A CALL AND SEE THE MANY RARE BARGAINS WE OFFER. SSSB3SSg5BSRSBS!u-----.. -. . .-M-- , -- x&xzz ssgpgappjmJs.or- i m-immmmMmmspw9''-' TBsmmmms St.? - v - m SILK DEPARTMENT: Black Dress Silks at 75c, $1, $1.25, $1 50; value, $1, $1.25, $1.50 j Over 1,000 dozen Ladies', Gents' and Children's Linen Handkerchiefs, all to be sold at fraud $2. Colored Dress Silks at $1, cheap at $1.25. We have all the desirable shades. greatly reduced prices ; over 1,000 Silk Handkerchiefs at 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c, $1.00; all sr .- 4?" ?m- Efess- satins atjifii. and 7J.n. worth 65c and $1. in all the delicate shades for fancy work, .splendid values. VELVETS AND PLUSHES : Largest and most complete stock in the city ;...

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 December 1887

iMifi!iilflllg mi mmt nil mTfiiiiaaiffiif ' JsaBaBarf"iy-'ifliTai,a1t ".iVa ? IBV'rff ' '"r- ' - 'i -. v9C T- 2:r-"3W!TSi . " -P&i .-ri' BEPTTMIJO, FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 10 1RBT. svttVafSific' 791. s !ss; Ks SS 3i 'r. : ? ' - far-" Ejj'SK i- i .i.i i ii i i -j , ! -J "- aS r l ... .,i..i - f1rfT8 ABOUT DIAMONDS. AN W - i- Jrtr i T-sA? Bww""'SBFaa J IHJ lEiDTffDL WOItf. VtA I i fm iini ji"ini. away ir I wh I iiiMM. ffciaptan aWaV stia vUm " - JvaV WW B g . iIumIMi irt A BT Ift aajaaMala, jdL-a r- ,---- , ... . .- ! lUwlailfl awalv I Wa ONE MNHT OXLT, TIE DAY, DECEIBEB 20, '87 The Elite Kraut ! Eaf acenent of SPKCIACt L.AU MINSTRELS UndirlhemanaeeineBtof Frea K. Wrltt. pe en ieir manager tar llavertr . comprla Inc alt the members who lor Tears consti tuted tUvtrlj's Mastodaa Nlnatrals. pre aentlosa proEramme ol the oesreat aad bnetitet acts upon the illnttrtl Staxe. Evryfhing Froth aad Bright. Aim islon. 23e, !0a and T5c. Ressrred Seats at 1'ierce s. No Universal Rind has yet be...

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 December 1887

.. .,., lSawsW(WBB3BMS!!IUl.SW nr-wr- ?!W"'' -wJWlWBppppBM lOCPDBLlO, FRIDAY EVEJSLKTG. DECEMBER 1G. 1887. ' aKjBXBaBBBBBBBDBBNnajBajBSBBBBBBBBBBBHgBJ Fj3psjsaEMBjjB5SBjBwnipjBHnjBjRil -7 s- nfe a? I"?? t S Efe. sss m Ta ism msSf, K&- Vfe3--a. Ytt : be sold before our Removal after the Holidays. our Tea, Dinner TJR DOLLARS Hone dozen Rogers' Silver Knives and Forks, "V Triple-plated goods. -Free China Department, at either store. W. PAYNTER & CO., 93 West Main and SOU-WEGiVr s$ PRICE'S CREAM kii-j S AKlHg rECTI Ill ii I I UnTm proren In millions ol termor than a quarter of a century. ?? r;.'sr?rTr'if-";r."r i bv warn arias wi mc im iu -toceat.Pant.Mot Healthful. MB oaiy tsaaina rwu uw ,sv Aataonuv. Lime or Alum, bold 1 BAKING POWDER CO.. rHtC.OO. BT.LQn. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED. llarivTvn RrMn. .mn.n nr men with W Maltal la each leadlnc etty. to control ajaac twaeataoitsnea specutmes umw aslbr all leadlnc business Interests A Spolr LarcecroflU- Critical tnvestlga JSitrrt. Jvd...

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