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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 December 1887

"Y kolidav !SB jf . ADVEttTISEMEJiTS. S fj VOL. XXXIII NO. 301. SPEmGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 22. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. f : v " " , is - tie sr 88 "" iai :-&? WEATHER FACTS. yJwTi -aV- WAiHiiroTO.Dee.22 Ohio:! Wk - Wif I (Rain or mow. warmer., fol-1 I Af LlJlowed Wednesday bj dedd-1 ,-IJ.-- edlT colder weather. i S SPRINGnELD, O., ) '-jf '-"" December 22, 1887. J M THE NATIONAL ISSUE This week will be what shall I buy for this, or that Christ mas present. Our mission on earth at this particular time is to aid you in disposing of this momentous question. We can aid you in two ways. We can not only point out and suggest those articles that are beautiful and appro priate, but we can sell them to you at prices that will enable you to remember a greater number of friends'" than would have been possible had we not happened on earth during the latter part of the Nine teenth century. The furore among ladies is Smoking Jackets, those that come from Japan and those of domesti...

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 December 1887

.PSSS SEBaSjSPW-nacjo-:. i.ffitgJii "&: SaK iWj...ti.iuOVVSia ir -- -'EsCV t -")? - "aajfsst". SB" REPUBLIC?, THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 22 1887. : a--. - -zzzfia - rc'sj'. IrSf1 sfifsK-ssnHajaniasakaM$ ffel i!'i HS fl i r r ii i -t i f '! a f 3 fTl FM J, 21 . 13 OFF TO SIBERIA. Z aUFFERINGS OF THE CZAR'S SUB JECTS DOOMED TO EXILE. lVlvtlrge Which arc SomrtlmM Allowed th Wealthy Exile uf the l'ooi Convict Life In Siberia llopelrwneaa f Escape Affecting Scene. atxile In SiberU has censed to have many of tbe horrors it once possessed, for tin reason that tho family and friendly tie in Rossis are not what they are in moot countries, and the people who commit offenses against the crown are morn desperate and determined than they used to be. Still there are ninny patriots with families who prefer death to life exile in Siberia, for in many instances the family will not accompany the exile; and since Siberian exile in legally dad and his wife la instantly allowed to remarrv, the lot U ...

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 December 1887

?g885iqt9K.-w. -SrMWjgsrTgiE?3-, wpr5rt''Rr?s-i Hgyi-yfag BEFUBUO, THURSDAY EV'-MININQ DECEMBER 22. 1887 53?3SgiEy!a8''gi?as,if miiiMiiW'mmmiiiimmmemr3tUti. -t r -;.t v l I I II Jill II Will WH1L,JJM I I vj&m i ,,i .r - - it s '-- 1 ft !?" c , Auf - I nown into the horn, nimihat conseiiuenti) I Mr friend, the artist, hastily wrought On tbo cuvu a beautiful, great white dor, With a crimson pash acrnui its throat. And moodily undf math It, 'Ive." Joseph Dana Miller in lloston Transcript. A GHOST ON BOARD. Sevcral.sca captains sat in the counting room tit n South street chandler's shop one nttcrnoon recently ami discussed ghosts, sea i-crneuts and marine sjooks generally. One captain, said that he had once had a mate lio had seen a ghost in the mlzzciitup one dark night. Another of the (.Uppers bald that he had known a captain w ho had a steward who had once been shipmates with a spook. "I can tell you a better story than that," remarked a third shipmaster. "I was onco on a haunted...

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 December 1887

ffi-jjywy. ' 'Sl,,aM!lw''''''.' "" i""1" KiY'K!-'g'ri"'"''M -. "" iyi-'' ri as . - -J51 m ? --3l ,jE-, - -S3 . as ;:3, 1 Tjfe. ."31 --8E IUIKMB i 23 East Main Street. BAKHAUS HO. iCIRKS WHITE The only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a fir-t class medal at tha Kew Oileais Exposition. Guaran teed absolutely pure, and for general household piirHncs is -the vciybcs OAR Springfield glcpublU ETEXIJiU AXD WEEKLY; Tk BEfl BLIC prlalt ta Stw Trk ul Wt era JtnorUU4 Pm Mspatekf aai Us Beater CM rrrlga) Trlegraau. c. t. Micauui, rau'aasT. thus. o. Biovrx, ssc'tmd Tans. 5? JIICHEU Hllfilllfi HIP.IV Publishers and Proprietors. THE vixtjio KIPCBUC ti published every evcnlcz except 8anday. aad Is .deliv ered at tar rate of lOe. per week. Single cosies Jc. IRK WCIKLT MTCBUO la poMUbed every Thursday, and la one of tbe mosteom- rvie lamnr newspapers in ids h7 otsttt pages, markets complete. Repute wltli newt ao4 mleeenant. 1 per Tear Invariably eaah In aavaaee. All eoraraaoteatlons and eontrtbntlam ina...

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. — 22 December 1887

''iillFrTJ ":T'!,lK3'0!V''.z tf- , - " HEPTTBLTO, THTTES'Di.T EVE2ttjSTG DEOI&tBER 22 1887, 12TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DISPLAY! -JL.T- LIMESTONE STREET BOOK STORE, BARR'S WEST END BOOK STORE, 31 South Limestone Street. Three Squares West or Market Street. LIMESTONE STREET AND WEST END BOOK STORES. IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT BOTH STORES. LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY. AGENT FOR ROGERS'S GROUPS Call and see our display of Rogers' Groups, Etchings, Bronzes, e'c. AGENT FOR ROGERS'S GROUPS." m : I --Vsi-JL U'J' w Z. .1 V.HP or). -..J j !?-YI & r- .l"? '"i'jj -?r'? '$&& m ''t THE CLOSING DAY. WedntHk? Aftenioon'i Setiioa of the Clark County Fanners' Institute. Piruant Organliatloa Effected ) cn Elected Resolutions Adopted AMram and DUcawlon Fall Report. WEDXCSDAX AFTERNOON CLOSING 8ES- 8IOX. The institute was called to order by the cnalrman. K. L. Holman reported as follows from the committee on permanent organization: SpKiNoriEli), O., Dec 81. 1887. Chairman of Cla...

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. — 22 December 1887

mms$mm - .- $1 . .' J '1 4 i. --: i- y - -" at 1 - - J . -J iH J 1 1 I -te - -A"! .-1 Till v - Si i v3 l J'"tl ll - 1 I E I ' 1 4j DESTINY. Ufc a shadow th&t fli from the mm cod, w slip exit of life and arc gone. Tb pUoe where we were U Tcant, for wbo will rvmember till noon, 1W drop of dew like a diamond hlch pleased at the chramer of dawn? Ad when the aiocerha left uawbo cam U remember tins tune? btheleares drift deep fn the tonal what bird If seeking the one Beneath who shelter ih bullded her teUioua love cradling nest? HhM lived, it was used, has perished, now lleth lu ue being done Vbrgottenof sun&hme and songster fn the duet whence ft came. It Is best. Bat we -we ahrink from the lesrs fate, and we murmur, Soon thejr forgft; IfcCM friends w horn we lot-ed, v ho lored us and shared In our pleas jrrs and mirth OttT stfflrs are lost In th silencu death brlngeth, and no regret Badureih for us. low lying la green gemmed bosom of earth ' Oh, mortal, ao-pt the omen and we lire...

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. — 22 December 1887

wywr,y '?Z??i!&!Vf, ttEPTTBLIO. THURSDAY EVENHfG DECEMBER 22. 1887 P??3 f i- -;"- t gfl aM j jT y-1 J WTtEA ANO CLAY. "- Fool! All that It. at all. Lasts enr, put recall: Bulk changes, hot thy aoul and God stand aura. What entered Into thee. That was. la and ahall be; TlmeY wheel runs back or stops: Potter and clay endure. Robert Drowning. A PLOT FOR A WIFE. t "Well, what news'" naked Freya Dal ver of her lover, as they paused In the scented shadow of the apple trees. "Have you seen the enemy?" "I hate seen the enemy," was Albany Elliott's reply, "and he U not ours. In fact, tin says I shall never have you, Freya, at long as I live." "I'm bure you didn't meet papa in the right way. He's interested in nothing liut antiquities, and I am quite sure would dispose of my hand to any one who could give in exchange a rare coin or a Roman Inscription," said the girl, laughing lightly. "If you want to please him torn collector and discover something." "I'll do it," said Albany, enthusiast...

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. — 22 December 1887

f-p!39 iggPTOLiO, THURSDAY EVEKlTBTQ, DECEMBER 22. 1887. HB- -" j.v -r ---- c '.mj LAST OF ALL DON'T FORGET OUR, 1 NUTS ! FOR THE LITTLE ONES. READ THE LOW PRICES: Ckeice Mixed Candy, per pound, 10c Old-time Home-made Candy, perpeund, I2l-2c Fancy Cream Candy, per pound, - 15c Mixed Nuts (5 kinds), per pound, 15c Fkjs, per pound, - 10c and 12 l-2c Figs, Fancy Layers, per pound, - 20c Florida Oranges, per dozen, - - 20c, 25c, 30c. These are Special Prices fsr Christmas. C. W. PAYNTER & CO., 91 and 93 West Main and 40 South Market Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WAXTED-ETMTbody ta know tnat joa eaa feMshots tor 5 cents. t the new bootlnc callery.&! west .Main street. 301a I) -Te buy a ood second-hand pi. f ano box bocer. lnaulre at the standard aianutacturtnz ompany'a Works. 2sb IITAXTED-Sltuatlon. It there la anyone II who wants to start xanl cardeu or to cany on one now Is the time to net a food reliable man who naa been In the KardrntBa" business for sixteen years, and naa...

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. — 23 December 1887

jtotfatffallf mm READ OUR HOLIDAY AUVEKTISEMEXTS. . ZaLc i M inrrvncivfi wvty ?! fj VOL. XXXIII NO. 302. SPKmGITELJ), 0., FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 23. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. -- 3? rOS o THE BUT ilifL HOLISA79 , ' 'J5 21 rn fcHSS. "Sr?.JI fL ? lak35ss!3iW8s? WEATHER FACTS. P WilBliflioi, Pee. 23 Ohio Warmer, folio ed by rain or :nw. SPRIKCFIKLD, O., ) December 22, 1887. J E This week will be what shall I buy for this, or that Christ mas present. Our mission on earth at this particular time is to aidyou indisposing of this momentous question. We can aid you in two ways. We can not only point out and suggest those articles that are beautiful and appro priate, but we can sell them to you at prices that will enable you to remember a greater number of friends than would have been possible had we riot happened on earth during the latter part of the Nine teenth century. The furore among ladies is Smoking Jackets, those that come from Japan and those of domestic construction. We touch the ent...

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. — 23 December 1887

feT84j?ss. Sia,?-rx5d;J5C: G.5,;- "SJ- "nfXSSSRSSpwss-awsj rSis3?'saiS HEFtTBtlO, FtitDAY JCVUffiflM. DEOJEMEEE 2.1. 1887, i,J ?e DPE HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE! ti& THE PLACE TO FIND YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT! r IETO BlsTID TO THE NOVELTIES WE .AJRJE TLCTsFTXlSTO-1 a. . r5. JJV&SSL .jrBaae2sa).Tsis&ki TnMiiTMMfSiii y nryf i fl TiiTsfcMrT;i'i'MBniitTMMW SN1 TN7l. hTTw Utf W. 1Wf. . . .. -. .. -.., - ., r&rer- ' v ' -yp"s'i"'T-i', - ""''' " .- "W v l OS ba i X-&. HANDKERCHIEF DEPARTMENT : BR- . ji . . i SP" Laaies Linen iianaKercmeTS, wun Doraer. iron, iuc up. will Look at the Rsiersinq Border Handkerchiefs at 25c and 30c, entirely new. Ladies' . Plain Hemstitched Handkerchiefs at 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c and 50c ; lukRdid valuD. uiiiiuicii a ncniuncibiiicia iiuiii uu up iu two. Gents' Linen Handkerchiefs with plain hem, hem-stitched and fancy borders, ail at low "prices. c;iir UanrilrorMiiofc fnr lariiRc nontc and rhildrpn rnrtainlv thn mnst nnmnlftte assort- EgS jl. wm...

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 December 1887

rorw r- - -r-itrgfTp""'. vt- -. -?!fg!ara(PV7 -r ,M'-'!3gg2 - EEPtmilO, FJR1DAY EYEKING DEOiatBER 23 1887., . --'r;-9jS' ' ?ltHirBlBBBBisBBKBHBVBBSSsBBBIBaW a mar - ' ' '""" ' "" '" r . ' ' ' ' "" tV5?S '. M &TA "i-iirWst - If H-KWO- f&lSlLE rOWDE CHAFING-, lyre SrtfN "ircwoles , cure rar ana di seases, pLES, for use dffei Itch, shavmbVort :-,j & Ao IJiiPSfPV1 v e,. THLOPH0R0s)awoER is unnvled. Neat, clean, fianif en J efiVclic. Beautifully b-ut up box viih 1T. Send b cenft for 1ft beauTi.til colored bicfure.rfie Hon. C. Edwards Lester, Iate U. S. Consul to Italy, author of "The Glory and Shame of England," "America's Advancement," etc, etc, etc, writes as follows: Xet York. Ancust 1, 1886. 1 U2 . 27th St. Ue. J. C. Ateu & Co , Lo ell, Man , Gentlemen: A sense of gratitude and the ileslro to render a Ktt ire to the public impel me to irale the following statements: M college career, at Xew Haven, was interrupted, liv a severe cold wlmh ao enfeebled me that, lor ten y...

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 December 1887

giHSI j&ggyssjp-p. .-..- mrrMm. -, - - ., . . . . ... . ... ... j,. aaBBaaPPff ' r- Mfc " " ' 1 s IBflMSSgiiftli Hffi ifcEFlTBLld, FfttbAY EVENING. CtfBI? S3. iS8l '' "- 3DO 1STOT FlIL to see 12TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DISPLAY! NO. 31 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET. BR-AJSTOH STORE, THREE SQUARES "WEST OF MARKET ST. v III IPi MMK aRs? aaKX BBBBBBaairVi' rap mil? IPC- St" i 3?3 ', ETVtfiEA it1 mmm&3 .Jc.U mSUr MMMfcrj BSsEM KPiuni HumiuiL P5 FOR THE 55 wftw- LAST OF ALL TJ03SFT FORGET OUR, re H! Flavoring Extracts. THE BEST MADE, TC N LITTLE READ THE LOW PRICES: fey A J A I.. I SEWWWB mxea banoy, per pouno, iaiiaie nmntr maut; udiiuy, uer uuunu, Fiwcy Cream Candy, per pound, UM Nuts (5 Kinds), per pounu, "Haat nnimri Ki5a a rM"",f nt. Fancy Layers, per pouna, ntnuuranges, per aozen, 10c 12 l-2c 15c 15c 10c and 12 l-2c 20c 20c, 25c, 30c. These are Special Prices for Christmas. C. W. PAYNTER & CO., 91 and 9 West Main and 40 South Market Street. MJSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. f M.VOXTKJUB,...

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. — 24 December 1887

-- -rV?T3: .? ENING DECEM JtotMfe THE BEST READ OUR BOLZDAV ADTEiniSEMESTS. Ijtai, not iicnr iu snotvy wish Ttjntrrt or Iron, iicxporiHueed has been om utroiini one. morn uind out of th ADVERTISING MEDIUM. coiintt- T- ' SPKINGFIEU), O., SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER 24. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 303- ' -.- i" -JF&&rr- ."v - - - hi;t"' ?7' jJTOgii .r?V" v- "' -- '- '-c-'t H -'tA- ' ' sS"5STj?g-iS M i? r M I t-Ki i pkr ear ? V,4 iriir iiti n 1 1 17 1 it i 1 1 if Wat ltf mmi m . . . . ,.,.&. . r 3--? FSt- WEATHER FACTS. WitHioTO. Dee. It Onto: Lletjt snows, followed bj rts- rlsini: temperature. SPRINGFIELD, O., I December 24, 1887. J OUR POSITION! We are making and se'Iing clothes for money. The in ducements we offer are relia ble goods, honest work, per fect fits and a price that cov ers the manufacturer's profit. There is no room between us and our customers for the middle man or dealer. We would have to put up the prices just as other dealers do if we had to hav...

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. — 24 December 1887

1 iinirrtii-Tiii-irT'-""""""---' iwiiriiri i mi n . iMi, ,. m - ii MiiiinwnnftiMiidriiiTiiTaiirrii -&&. i in..!.!! t.sn.i ,i ,,. - n ,. ...,-.. -, ., -r. TTYT- n.T-T --r-rwi tj7ji-.il wii -''liI.h in , 1 n'miri-ij fjm a!iil'-'r5'W!P,ft (I t ii jt A W it? til I ii s J 1 a '-M Mi -.$ J. etf AM. BsXAaTsTS k FJf lEAUTUDL WOIAH. ly4 THE UTTkE PEOPLE. Oat of thaw interrogation point small boys accompanied hit mother calling the ether day and asked questions enough to fill a catechutn. There were six or eight persons In the parlor, and Tommy got in his work during the lapses in the con vernation. "Mamma," he said, "is this a velvet chair!" "Shi Tommy; yea," "Are they all relvet, mamma P "Tea. Keep still' "That's a funny one there, aint it, """, with a pit edged back and a red aeatP "Don't talk no much, will you P "What made the seat red. mammaP "I dont know Keep still, I tell you." Tommy kept mill for a moment or two, and then when there was a lull, he resumed: "Iknow, mamma, I gue...

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. — 24 December 1887

t-- ' -srf.rt ?J8Bp f.j-i '.-'-Ci vr- T--;i -, ,13 yg.i t 33 ?!; m :--ji B THE NEW SEXATOIIS. SKETCHES OF INCOMING STATES MEN IN PEN AND PENCIL. asm I ji J L i jk H VA yV . over 123 pounds, 4 jL I J and hi neck is no t .1 J Usscr than the bi- liAT ceps of Senator Xv? Sawyer's arm. Ho has a Ui:h. nar- Senatnr Chandler, of New Hampshire Paddock, or Nebraska, and III Ulan lltoutl; Stewart, of vala Pasco, of Florida Ben: IVrley Fewre's Successor. tSpeclal Correspondence.! iVAKlftNOTOX, Pec. 19. TOOK a good look at Senator Chan dler today as he stood besido his deak iu the cham ber. VThat a lean. ' narrow shouldered little fellow he is I Ho don not weigh KETATOit coaxdlek. row forehead, from which the iron Cray hair rises in a thick mass, and his small faeo is covered with a short, iron gray board. Ho dresses in business clothes, and his every act is that of u. nervous man. lie is a hard worker, and is one of tho most active men in public life. Thoso cray eyes which shine out behind the ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 December 1887

, -- --Tr T.- f.?i-a -,,--!SPs !.-i-(B..rt3S22MS ggSSsgglggjr-sw ii-n-yw'w r-. 'f'yagtg? BEFUBUO, SATOBDAY EVENING. DEOEVDBER 24. 1887. TO OUR PATRONS. JANNEY & PEIRCE, NO. 27 EAST MAIN STREET, SUCCESSORS TO HAMILTON c COMPANY, HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, SCISSORS AND RAZORS, SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS HEAPQTJAIRrrEFtS FOR SKATES A3STO SLEDS. Having disposed if our en tire business te Messrs. Jan ney L Peirce, we ask all our II friends and many new net te extend a liberal pat ronage te them. You will find them lentfemen, now ready to serve yen. Respectfully, HAMILTON Jb CO. H"i&i...-..-.., - ' , .tif'rN yfW'ieSl-s5" a- -" ; '"" - 'TgCflf'- y3MUSm&- - -a7"! fie i" ' a H 1' 51 KIRKS WHITE hussiaH Tha cnly brand of Laundry Soap an&nli-d a firyt cUss medal at Oio New Orleans Expo-.ition. Guaran teed tuoluk'I) pure, ami for KMierol household purposes is the very be SOAR pringfsi.i gkpuliH KTESUH AHD WEEKLY; Tfca BKPCBUC ariala Us Stw Tort sal...

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. — 24 December 1887

5SAVM?uCvS'viL?gVrfi.i i. .- - t ..,. ;rtfJ,-fc.Jn1t1i.gy; fi-vjr-v,. w.. Trfif "SSwel! REPTJ3LI0, SATUBDAY EVEISTKG DEOEMEft 2-1 1887. YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT TILL JANUARY TO BUY A FUR CAP LESS THAN COST I Will, for the rest of this week, sell regular $3.00 Fur Caps at $2, and $2 00 Caps for the unheard of price of $1. HERE IS TTOTXR. O-HlSrOE FOR CHRISTMAS. m m si IMS I SI v k SOCIETY NOTES. Tha Brilliant Inaugural Dance Gi?en bT the Gentlemen's Assembly at the Arcade Hotel Last Night. A Very Tin Afftir The Dance at 3Tel on'i llaslnt-M College Society t r the Holidays Notes aud l"eronalltles ot a Uulte (itddy Mature. When the gentlemen's assembly was first talked of Its success w as gravely doubted. Society bad been so lethargic and so many enterprises of a social nature had had a m?teotlc existence In the brain of society eathusiasts, only to perish In dismal fail ure. The realization of such an event as that last night brine, too, but the precur sor of a series of like event, a m...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 December 1887

.MI 1 4 m Viaaa M :ii - J -- ' -, . " . VI ye I ' , 1 'c DOC SIFERS. Of all the doctors I oouM cite 70a to In ihi Vet town Duo Sifers U my fsvorlle, Jes' take him up anil down: Oniat In th Bethel nelgbbornooi, and Rollins, anil Bis fear, and Sifers' atandia'a Jes' ai good aa ary doctor'! there! There'! old Ioc Wirk. and Glean, and Hall, and Wurtfer and McVeigh, Bat HI bcfc Sifers ';alnst em all and down Vm any day' Itoatold WiAnerVnoweJ.Is'poae.waawhlskjI Wurcler well. He at morphine ef actions show, and fact's ra "Libia! WtTBOLSR. 61TXBS AXD K"VEIGTL Bot SilVrs tbouch he ain't bo sot, be got Mi fault; and jit Thea you frit Sifers ooct, you're got a doctor, doat ferjitl Healnt much at his office, r him bouse, er any srherw You'd nat churl j think certain f r to ketch tbe fel ler then?: But dont Wattm Doc. he's got all aorta o curious notion as The f ellrr eattk, his "odd come short,1 lite smart men mostly bo. He'll xnor'n like bo pottcru' round tha blade smith shop, er la Some back ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 December 1887

jBggSSggggftSSSt nT-rrnmiiiaii f--e-Mrn3' -- issryKKTlpps ... ..-, . " -MTV. ' i!:&-'s97&SW3mW!f&. TKS.'1irf&W !!mrWmfS:'3mSi!feKmlB- - M .$ -. . 'iS. '.J ;fe vN rxs ,; .tff: .-'' .' ir;" fe THE TALK OF CHICAGO. T STILL DEALS LARGELY WITH THE EXECUTED ANARCHISTS. Some Conclusions Arrived at by Walter TTrllnui HmuUs of Interview with Capt. Illark. Mr. Orlnnell and Others, Sonio Interesting- Ntntementa Made. ISpeclal frrrpo'l'n.l Chicago, Dec 30. Though several wwks have rnscil since thi fl e Anarchists rierishoil in the jail, Chicago people are not yet tired talking of that rciotirateil case. Time enough lias now elapsed to allow public opinion to settle into the even tenor of its way, and it is as apparent now a it ever wu that the voice of tho people was for the blood of the male factors. Much, though not universal, satis faction is expressed at the execution of the sentence, mid every man is congratulating his neighbor nn the disappearance of Anarchy from the commu...

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. — 24 December 1887

tKstoW! 9S!8SV, f'ffP3t3WWg3p: tOGFtTSUO, SATUKDAT EVENING. DECEMBER 24, 1887. DO 3STOT FjfiLlI-i TO SEE 12TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DISPLAY! NO. 31 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET. BRJSTOH STORE, THREE SQU-A-HES "WEST OF MAREKT ;1 'Jut mma 's jt v.. ! KaliB9.X aaanBaaS HLHW'KSu' ST. WTBtt;. 1 , i . LAST OF ALL DON'T FORGET OUR. N IES, NUTS ORANGES FOR THE LITTLE ONES. READ THE LOW PRICES Choice Mixed Candy, per pound, Old-time Heme-made Candy, per pcund, Fancy Cream Candy, per pound, Mixed Nuts (5 kinds), per pound, Figs, per pound, Figs, Fancy Layers, per pound, Florida Oranges, per dozen, 10c 12 l-2c 15c 15c 10c and 12 l-2c 20c 20c, 25c, 30c. These are Special Prices for Christmas. C. W. PAYNTER & CO., 91 and 93 West Main and 40 South Market Street. DEEPLY AFFLICTED. Mr. and Mr. Colin Oratory Lou An other Child by Diphtheria. Walter, the two-jear-old and voungest child of Mr. and Mrs. Colin Gregory, of west Main street, died, on Friday evening at 6:40 o'clock, of diphtheria. Mr. and Mrs. Gr...

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