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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 December 1887

ppiin0tlto RKAD OTJR , HOLIDAY ADVEttTHEBEXTS. TUB BEMC ABTEkTISIXQ MEMVM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 297. SPEmGFIELD, 0., SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER 17, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. -f : a -. : -i t it -iV lr . ' rre- -J aufc' WEATHER FACTS. is I Wisbihoto. Pee. 17 Ohio , arnier, lair weather. Springfield, O., ) December 17, 1887. J -A. WOOLINQ! Ifyouwantto make good coffee, all the French and Vienna .methods in the world won't help you unless you have a good coffee grain to make it from. It's the grain that does it In Coffees as in Clothes. The grain of good clothes is wool ; there is no substitute for it that we know of. Shod dy's no substitute ; cut prices are no substitute; it's the wool that wears, and it you wear wool you have to paj for it, just as sure as it costs to raise sheep. . THE TWO ANIMALS. To get wool from the bark of the animal sheep to the back of the animal man cosia quality for quality, about the same at all stages, up to de livery. If the man who final! transforms the wool into...

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 December 1887

9 &s fN '-- 5W &S.ll -:i- i :i vvvgf r i ?r- ''. ar, KSffl?wLii?,"C Qwy i Oram. Aithma. ;h. InclpiWitODtvutrp- prnoDi 1 idnnoM stag fioav Tbe Oaauiae IV. Pu'm (Vfatja mv la rn emiy nt va Tra4-ltArtt to it . Uwa fa tirw.o I.V4- IfftMIUPMOf JtJm . . C JfOKT Oh. fete ..Ilk. J jasKsnwncsfs: WILLIAM E. BOUDINOT. Tk Man Who Tint Thought of tta. Signal Kcrrtre and Ilia life. Sprci&l CjrrcpondfncB.l Rauncn, N. a. Doc. IS. In tho quietest way in the world, and literally in tho woods of Chatham county, this statu, lives William a Boudinot, a man who is the real originator or discoverer of ths signal service system. Like many a man n ho has worked out in his brain a great idea, he has received neither credit nor reward for his discovery, and can only, in his declining years, almost forgotten , K see others reap the honors due him. He was born in Chatham county, in 1S17, and only a few days ago completed his threo score years and ten. He had a sjiecial fondness for tho naval service...

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 December 1887

-nr'-?vi"ws 'wSmKSiSSKISSSKIIMtBKSBfKtSSKSSk REPTJBLIO, SATURDAY EVENlKO t)5rCEMBER 17 1K8T 1 ? fc cY iV i iA I it W U lUffitXnUKIMltT. l.'llrrfroiuh Altnnl ForMnRM of !- Illtrry lrirllurut A subj.ct In wliit.li Tliomautls ar Iltjr S'ooreriit-U. AtoutSveyvsrsacol iffered from painful urlnstljnauasreat l'lnnil wiaknt-ss Inllie Imcrpartof mr back, pain In the limbs, bad fast? In the mouth, dlsRust at food, and treat mental and bodily depression. I Hie t 211 York street. Jersey City, an-1 c.r. nrrlilap; home one nlcht I fouud aconj of tti Malf. iMi4cth it had been left during d.ty lrrudtlie ankle. "What Is this Disease that liOoinlrsupon Us?" It described my sror toms and feellncs better than I could If I lud nrlttena uholelxjok. My trouble Indeed "ilkea thief In the nlnht." for it bad been sleiilnuUDon tneunaviaresforyeirs. 1 sent for a bottle of Suaker Kitract of Roots, or SeUel's byrup.aud before I had taken one hill of It I felt the weleoine relief. In alien brief weeks 1 was like ...

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. — 17 December 1887

-1 3&rp' BEPTJBTJO, SATURDAY EVEOTSTG DECEMBER 17. 188T l I'Jy I t BILL NYE AS A PLAYWRiGrir. I Dcrr:br a w Uprrm of Which H 1. the .Author. HAVE just re turned fromnriri vuto rehearsal of a new opnvtta of which I am the author, and hasten to writea fair, hon est criticism of it for tho jiivm. In tliis critici-m I i-liall try to Iw l?r fectly frank to mention any defects, and yet I liall try to void hurtinp: the authors feeling. 1 want to score the otieretta with a nwrcilo liand. and yet I do not wiiJi to givo luywlf ewlle pain. Tho operetta itself fo calleil "Tlw Singol Cat,"" becauso it U really so much lictter than it seems to 1 The music vn cunilwnl partly by inywlt and partly ly a count who plays on the ferrj l".'its in summer ami has bis "winters to himself. He loi not wish to have his name used, lnvsiue, as he fcav, ho is afraid that "foreign powerswill grtontoit and make him come luck to attend to the count business again." He sajs it is very disagnvablo to be a count an...

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. — 17 December 1887

rfrgSSBSwaa ?1;aygr-3' r j SgTOffigajagyr apt; qry fr--.--wr- lW""Ll'!5 rg? JM5TUBLI0, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17 188T. YaaWaOT3ti&nEssBlssBByBMaisaBayaVA6saaAMll9B?s v8'E -5sr iaa ft 33 r . - u ESS k3 I: ft 2 it, S8S .n....- - itnnitiU It n vcrv went!l man. Ho ll jMr UUMrKKSS IN SKSSIOX. I : IB SOME OP ITS FFATIIRPc; CKFTr.HFn i- -t'K im nru jr ncupn l" flxisl mouth, Ms cfilinalive b tnrw aail I . R " "-' "' r--.v.i lis Nw Monitors Kmigh Congrrssiiifii. Congressional Split. r Th 4nllirl ami Their ucrr Occupants Ili. t;lilii-. ami .lapantsie MlnUtrrs. Special Corrrsp,nl'iK Washixutox, l)v. V2. Hi: nines ninii lo Imv o gioil dtKil to ilo this winter. It is tbo insignia of ofllce of tn ser 1 Kwmt at nrm. ant . the noiy liotfc of the Fiftieth roll' Brew baa to Uw before it. H"ho:i tbo sergeant at arms wants t o ijuolloneof t'ioin new inomliers of tho present housn he will take tliis macu in haiul and raarcli towanl him, and if be does not quail thorn will l enough officers at ha...

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. — 17 December 1887

REFTJSIJC, SATURDAY EVEmQ. DECEMBER 17, 1887. TO OUR PATRONS. OAXiXFOXt.ia'XA. 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 & CO. HOI FOR sfxucxo'g: $20,000 stock f Hardware and Iron to be sold at Prime Cost. We offer our entire tack f builders'. Carnenters'. Machinists and Farmers' Tools at prices you never heard Having purchased of HAMILTON & CO., 27 East Main stree', their enUre Kerr were Lis iness, with all the rights, privileges and good will tt the business, we will continue ihe Hardware Business, in all its departments, at the old stand, and solicit the pa rcrace of the people of this part of Ohio. We are here to stay; we are here to serve the pec pie w'rh good goods and low prices. We buy for cash and get big discounts. j-ajntstetz: & pierob, suoobssorh to TrATvriXjTPour eb co...

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. — 17 December 1887

! REPUBLIC), SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER IT 1887. vis?'- - . jmcnR.- - ifss. fc ,vBrKSpJ5sss9js vJPfJR yfa t3s5ig& wSSSWlHSvsKPsssfSasajMEsssaTssSwsy - '" r- "'" ' -- ---o-s- - - .7Tj k. s I ."A see: !J JS eafai V m m A GRCAT PfllMEVAL TCMPLE. gST lyuw g C . STRAY JOKES. a? T.iXjik SJ3- -ak g" VwaaT t.v ar wKf AU waaia wl. .Ja aM- ABS CAffTTfS TO V" rjr EEAtmniL woiai. lA 111 S1 ' " '..". T Jj I YJo. hutklh LssW I TOO UTTALY UTTA. "w rm cUM an wUwtle xooas nua. And wule people u; 1 am silly; 1 ittrway a woae and a ran, Zr And dine on the acent of Uly ; rmtouibrd.iththebwica trwaccsraca, A plaque sets iny beat In a Autta, Pm nt and aenncd in my ways In fat-l, I'm decidedly utta; Tea, utta; In fart, I'm decidedly utta. I dwrss In a plctuwraqa. style. vi My costume U simple and aoulful; " My fan wrans an esthetic anile f That's half idiotic, half doleful I've nothing in common with those Wude people who sparing from the futtai rut that too absurd to suppose I'm quite too decidedly u...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 17 December 1887

iilfc I. liMH'IMrtfrjtMBBflsBBBBf'CSBC.SMlllIilMlllMl'" lXnCt!StlKl!ZMJl2!lLS'yj.'mi' " "3Sr5K 'JiMSWj9SE"f -? PenpPnnnBBMss3SKSssMssassSHSwsssssssssssss gHBawBpwigaaWjMgM-., wiW3g;i?.l'EWa sg'gssrsggssjsjg V -..-,- -jcs-r. . . , - jflGPCBLlO, SATtlRDAY EVlSNiyG, DECEMBER 17. 1887. ppt 7 jwaBraHK,,vr - . - '"?i --jfr.- 5ar Tit'SSBwaBlSSBVJSISJSSSSSSI ""M,,MM,BBB,,WSSSSBBBSSSSSSSSBSBSBSSSBSSSSBSSSSSBBSSSSBSBSSWSSSSSSSBSSJSSSSSSSB1 V -i' J -! tl aa I IS fc-' ! &.- !' 5 ,t . - f-3 r FREE TO ALL " ' AN HONEST BARGAIN IN SUBSTANTIAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS c -1 COME EABLT IX THE DAY TOR BEST SEKYICE. 4 Teilet Service Sets, now $2.75 $ Ttllet Service Ses, now - - 3.60 $8 Teilet Service Sets, with Jar, now - 6.00 Till Sets, esch, - - $2.25. S3 25, $3.89 Owner Sets, each, - - $6.50, $7 50, $10.00 : Frtaca Beveled Mirrors, each, - $1.00 to $1.75 Water Sets, entirely new, - $2 and $2.50 C - A BOX OF CBEAX CANDT, FREE, ONLY AT C. W. PAYNTER & CO.'S 91 and 93 West Main and 40 South Market Stree...

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 December 1887

:dfeag&ggk -assaateWBtc,, - . - . . . . ,as FrMg,vT,7 -,.-,- .....e .---- -.-- -"5.-1 -R .&? eri-Sg iteisg5gJ'j'i2 f mw HOLIDAY AUVEKT1SEXEMS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 29S. SPRmGFIELD, O., MONDAY EVENTS G DECEMBER 19. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. J awMy-ji" " " fg3F- beI r fllf . ' mkf. fitib fteito f itfHVS J . jjffi, nAU aJ.I r i- "V ; , JB jC 11 - h ' 5 "- lis;-. '1 1 WEATHER FACTS. Ws.ittaoros.I-ee Is Ohio mm vann.r. ta-caienltig aesth BSJ . It. wlili rain or mow. ful lwe, Ittroldw Springfield, O., December 17, 1S87 -A. VOOLIiTO! Ifyouwantto make good coffee, all the French and Vienna methods in the world won't help you unless you have a good coffee grain to make it from. It's the grain that does it In Coffees as in Clothes. The grain of good clothes is wool ; there is no substitute for it that we know of. Shod dy s no substitute ; cut prices are no substitute ; it's the wool that wears, and it you wear wool you nave to pa) for it, just as sure as it costs to raise sheep. THE TWO ANIMA...

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 December 1887

r- ? JTT TT!?" 3 -REPUBLIC, MOSTPAY ETXSINQ, DECEMBER 19. 1887. HOUSE DRY GOODS STOR WE HAVE JXJST PURCHASED ZN" THE EASTERN MARKETS A3ST IMMENSE STOCK OE GOODS ESPECIALLY FOR I HOLIDAY TRADE GIVE US A CALL AND SEE THE MANY RARE BARGAINS WE OFFER. gsyA&gar s.,, . - -- - n ' pw in" wnv m iiiiiimn,i p h iimimimjiii - ' -- fjr -t ---- jft - .i'-J-T i -. t - - rr I HI 9 ..A -.HT -W9W OPERA I? i - m t ; SILK DEPARTMENT: Black Dress Silks at 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 ; value, $1, $1 25, $1.50 ' Md $2. Colored Dress Silks at $1, cheap at $1.25. We have all the desirable shades. , SATINS at 50c and 75c, worth 65c and $1, in all the delicate shades for fancy work. VELVETS AND PLUSHES: Largest and most complete stock in the city; all at low prices. DRESS GOODS : We are showing all the fashionable shades in Dress Fabrics; Priestly's , Black Dress Goods, a most complete stock. HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR : This department isfull of speaking bargains. GLOVES : The largest and most complete assortment ...

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 December 1887

-.SSesa., . l4-Ml--rlM-aaMM MSafiwfA-v. s. BEPTTBIIO, MONDAY EVENTPTQ DECEMBER 19 1887. SaWrfSSSaaSSfi m i I I 'ii Mill II .1 I i i !! i II iWI P I l HI I i 1 lMaat i.Mi IIIWHIWIWI il MBIMl Ml' I 1 II III WIIIIBIIPIM til lill II '' HUN" Mil I H I mKXm. ffauKsa . Mr w- ft" I V IN J V f ffiV 'Vtlf - if yUl aWJaT JmhV Aits cmirB to v rjf KAUTLFOL WOIAH. "''II rai M nam at, t If ar i(m iwt k - Irm aaJlV hitak AJ I bbJmbbvv AMUSEMENTS. - - 1 Ijiglisli public school is one of those CD A tin fiPPRA UflUQF P'-irely natural growths which arc peculiar UnnnU UlLnn llUUOU.to this conservative couutrv. and there MONDAY, DECEMBER 19th. The American Comedian, ML C. GOODWIN And lils own Comedy Cornpa.ny.ln a Double Hill. First tlir In this city of the ireat l me Jy Success. TURNED UP JXO TRK OKE-aCT raBCB. LEND ME FIVE SHILLINGS! A Wonderful Success ! ireted by Bales of lUtitr and a cyclone of merriment 1 Kn line4 bypressand public Prices 51. Toc.iOc and SVt. Seats on sale at Harris's uow. ESBaH ON...

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 December 1887

gaaiftM. .. . AilA Jw .-sts:t!fc.it.r-.!- .-,T.- tr. - . .- . dtffib "S-4,V 'i, :as3aB3B ? f . ;- ISSl EV JK '& aR? fes E&- w5 Saafsr ! ,te Jwk.-, Mi; Ms - "' m&s REE TO ALL AN HONEST BARGAIN IN SUBSTANTIAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS COME EAIiLY IN THE DAY FOR LEST SERVICE. A Ttilet Service Sets, now $2.75 .; $ TtJItt Service Ses, now - 3.60 tTtUtt Service Sets, with Jar, now 6.00 :TeSts, each, - $2.25. $3.25, $3.89 Dwr Sets, each, $6.50, $7 50, $10.00 ; Fit Beveled Mirrers, each, $1.00 to $1.75 i Water Sets, entirely mw, $2 and $2.50 A BOX OF CREAK CANDY, FREE, ONLY AT C. W. PAYNTER & CO.'S SI ui 93 West Main and PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. ESSt lITAITEr-A cool cook. Apply at No. I W$ ' .W Woat Hlgo street at once. SI I AJTTKD Pupllt for piano and organ by an 1 MBerienced teacher AlPlT or addres, toEoOB Ma Xo. I. Arcade- .MIssLotllc.atavcrn. WANTED MjOlW men. women and children. to bar thelrCurielinas candles at Lone a. CaadlN strictly pure. 57 Arcade and 1W est Maia street. -'' ...

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. — 20 December 1887

JMv,--,, n -.mir-f-ffrtrir- aSSRTs3fEPi8PflssJ 4 wK. ll'Siu3(flHHi8BIHMSBHIiR9S7 the b: r V &" M - - iff 1 T - . - "if -- HOLIDAY 3 djw AUVEkTISEMESTS. vX IR- VOL. XXXIII NO. 299 lv WEATHER FACTS. I UVlfUX MAI HIIXRRS. I BAILEY BOUNCED - i-t-i .ti m C. TaT IBaPM " AfcHIWOT". Itc. " 7ni BMB I ViY I ImiIu ur tiw.wno'r . fl BBs I I12J.. Wc)nHi by dielrt f I e ilj colder aasther. Springfield, O., 1 December 20, 1887. J First Quality and handi work guaranteed as repre sented. Second No more than lair value for anything, and in nearly all things less than the general price. I hird All the time goods returnable and money re funded, if not exactly as rep resented. Fourth A vast stock of all styles of the best makes of hats, clothes and furnishings. As to the second clause, above, our clothes are less than the general price, be cause we are manufacturers, and sell to you at the same that dealers have to pay, so you save the dealer's profit. As to furnishings, we buy for several stores at...

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. — 20 December 1887

-" if i4' m nAT.nnrtnwTA -- $20,CC0itick if Hardware and Iren tt be sold at Prime Ce&t We offer our entire Pimtk of banders', Carpenters', Machinists anel Farnrrs' Tools at pricee yeu never heard t. ne Riean ie ciese me eteck em at eoen ae possible, it yen want ihe gceds, come at wce,.ae yov may never have such a chance again. The stock Is all in prime order. Anyene i hw, new is yeur opportunity, can eeen ani mane yeur selection. '?i4 1 SOIIlTPr1? l&umv NO. TT A TVrXXiTOlsr Sc CO., 87 - - XIAST MAIItf TH.HB1T - - NO. 137. Having diepeeed ef our en tire businese te Messrs. Jan ney & Pierce, we ask all our old friends and many new wies to extend a liberal pat ronage to them. You will find them gentlemen, now ready to serve you. Respectfully, HAMILTON & CO. FOR S3 Having purchased of HAMILTON k CO., 27 Eaet Main stree', their en'ire Fm'ware bus iness, with all the rights, privileges and goed will et the business, we will continue ihe Hardware Business, in all its depart...

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. — 20 December 1887

l?Si55318f- sjwwagg joBnTaTre-sIiawaMfainaeni y-aaaaMftzBJTIr--.- T7XVIGW9taAPVIHIMMi&lnlBHBMHBBdlMiKuriflfllini7?'' ik f 1ST, r? r 4lx ,2 jfiiSfc- 5JT lit 4k lu . i . t,s Til ' ' . i5. f " iff- :'4l te i -,1 tf 1 fiaar - "lll " i-w.i. ,i,.jaes8as CHARITY. 2ir --r. . I'A , - -51 . K I i J jsaV i W y , otaagoaea At Lmw TJbV hKUh .deBnaT wS"wksl& 'LnT' t Tr eaBP ( amusements: UNb MGHT OSLT, TUE DY, UEi'ElBER 20, '87 The Elite Eeot 1 Engagement of HMCC lACt'LAIl MINSTRELS Undtr the manacementof Fred E Wright. e en years manager for lU-erly. eeraprls lne all tberaenitiersKhoIur years consti tuted llarerly's Mastodon Minstrels, pre wentlnga prii;ramnie of the uewent and lnehtet acts upon the .Minstrel stage. Everything Frcefa nnd It tight. Atm slon a Tierce's. SOc and 75c- Reserred Seats -. r .. Gl AND OPERA HOUSE ONE XIOBT ONtf," , " TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20th. THE . nlGHTJWKS! JJig- S;ecIaMy atd Bnrlef que Cor pan y. Ord Olio EUbret riTM Part, Concludlnc with the Mica Theater. Xew ...

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. — 20 December 1887

'tsaas -f - tflgPPBIlO, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER- 20. 1887, ,i w. ysW5wiSJggiaBWafsRWsBnpj -55 awjtr iF it ffiSS isys fe -J- rp ? . SB8- I? sasw- alipaMMtllNs HONEST BARGAIN BTMAS HIFTS COME EABLY1X Till DAY I OK 1WS1 bEltUCE. ; Tailut Survirft SrIs nnvu KUIMl Service Se's. new - tjTtllet Service Sets, with Jar, r.cvv Ms, each, Sett, each, Beveled Mirrors, each. Sett, entirely new, A BOX OF CltEAJI GAXDY, FBKE, ONLY AT Ill DAVASTETD ft. rrti m Mud 93 Wes1 Win and 0PLES COLUMN. WANTED. fKD-To buy a cood second hard jd I Del nuzgy. inquire at ,e r-ia'-.isra Bring comp-nys ivon.s o XKTKD-SltQatlon. It there Is Kiiun i . vrao minis io sisri- kvm k-h u-u vt i I one now In the time m vri a gioa Ban who mi been In the inrJi-nlr.c lor sixteen Tears, and has wen 1. and cuarantis-s sati.f&ction lor I address iuoniii noun. ivini, i-rn J Pupils lplano and onnn by an j Ne.5. Arcade- lt Lottie ZTtaverrr. I l leacaer '.spit.v or uurss i 'I KWD-jq0 men. w.lmen nnd cMtdren. 1 S lSide7nain alrea...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 December 1887

the Briaf HOLIDAlf alpS " KCA.I OUK W- BOLZDATi -nwN ADTERTJSWG MUIUet. T 3PETNGFIELD, 0., "WEDNESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 21. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 3- Wm- I 'Vv if 1 k "S'N' '' 3 s" WEATHER FACTS. n WuiiioToi. Dec 10 Ohio Uato or mikW, winner., fol i. ed WednrsflaT bv decld- eelyeohlcr wrath--. SPRINGFIELD, O., ) December 20, 1887. J First Quality and work guaranteed as sented. handi-repre- Second No more than lair value for anything, and in nearly all things less than the general price. Third All the time goods returnable and money re funded, if not exactly as rep resented. Fourth A vast stock of all styles oi the best makes of hats, clothes and furnishings. As to the second clause, above, our clothes are less than the general price, be cause we arc manufacturers, and sell to you at the same that dealers have to pay, so you save the dealer's profit. As to, furnishings, we buy for several stores at once, and so arc able to offer you a little better prices. As to hats, the same situatio...

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 December 1887

a-, ..pj.Tp,,. .-....w--.. aWMMaWiigflJtoa i.?? " w- Vr- HEFtTBUC, WEDNESDAY ffVTOINQ, DEGEMBEK 21. 1887 PERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE! . Thic k thp ninm tn hnv wnnp rhnctmac nrpsnnts. We am shnwinn the newest, lamest and most comolete stock of staole and fancv Drv Goods to be found in this citv. Our nrices :;$' xi l. ...-.a n.ll .! U. .M:nAnl 4kiA 4hin in n Vi Un ohnffffw iunithlocc nnnrlc hut Rnnri Rnnrlo 44 I mu Dninne tun nfFnm wmi Tliio iannl ?1 are IIIB lOWeSl. InlliailU UO UUimilUOU umi 11119 10 a iaui. u anuuuj, nui uiimj Suuuj, uui uuuu uuuuo at i-uiw 1 Huso, wo unci juu. iiiio nccn &fc EVERY DEPARTMENT WILL BE FULL RARE BARGAINS P !,M UTW - El Wr? Pte. &' fc ki. 11 fill' 3J toSL sm - H IbFT lib: SBT22T- Examine our Black Silks at $1.50, worth $2. Examine our Black Rahdames at $1.25, value $1.50. Look at this drive : 40-inch all-wool Dress Goods, only 25 cents. Black Cashmeres, all-wool and silk-and-wool Black Henrietta Cloths at reduced prices. Silk Plush in all shade...

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 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 December 1887

lillfelIaK SSSSW?MBS s -"vV iCEFDBLlO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER ac si?? "WTiWr i -rr wiiiiiiiiiwirTOppmpiiHhpftiiiii pi iinmi y'liraMWifflraTTTr'Ti t . -!--. -; - .; - -,r -" ' ' . - " " "i- n-JJCVW-J l' 'StHRESSRllffiasaKisnU- 21.1887. ' ' ' '"-f w m- 5 A vm asSfes graBfu US" aaaaaaat ? . ajVjaaaVi' BulUI issssssssH " Dill rsaaaKii MtrU IP & J f IlJJxT$ Ife 1 Syfn J T-r I S. CLftUS. ESQ. Flae climber and general di racter if Christmas enter ttJWMats, requests the pres aace tf yearself ani ladies to a frana festival to be held at Ytrthaad Happiness Hall, tn axt Saturday evening, the 24tt last. - Br. Claus, being assisted by a etd many thoughtful papat and mammas, will an Kris tccasion distribute to an aaaal number of well-behaved bays, 365,891 Fine Suits (firm the tendon Clothing Co.) aad to 315,872 good girls (a few less, ttwill be noted) a iaU for each. These boys who prefer it, my exchange the suit for an tvercoat also London Cloth tof Ce.) Mr. Claus finds the Chitting at ...

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