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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 February 1887

.-tWa.. J.-.tff EF'J& Bl8S!lfe' "ytmass m immmmQmmmt ailg JfeptiMir $.mnafirltl grpublu OLDEST DIllY-LaRGEST CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 42. pvm PRICE Or (DAILY: Mil TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVENING, .FEBRUARY 18, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. fttw II v tiki 181 is, fc - & WEATHER FACTS. tWiKiOTO.leb 1".-Otilo Ra n. followed by lair neath- W er, loner temperature. r j SrRINGFIKLl), O., ) February lS, 1S87. J RAIN! The poorest rubber coat in the When stock costs one dollar, and we tell you frankly theie's none too much rubber in the coating of these. This is partly why we sell such sijjhtly rainy-weather neces saries ior so small -an amount ol money. The other part is, we don't want an article in stock that we can't recom mend. There's another line we're trying to get out of, but a step higher in grade and price, $1.50. You may think you've struck a snap when you see these garments, but don't be too hasty we ought to know our business if ...

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. — 18 February 1887

S&sis&gieirssffsrmuaamwm ; FRIDAY EVEKGfG, JUSMtrAUV 1? 1387. 4F l J rfEPUBLTC, i if I Is, COAL CHAMPION SUrtdwn to C C. Tnjlor A X". K. S. KKIAT. M. 51. HCMW, President. Sec.Treas. H. VOOKS. Manaier. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. soli: .iKxr for . SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON BKOS.' AD CHAMPION JACKSON. NO BETTER JAGKSOH THAN QURS WOOD AND KINDLING. Wcteepa full due ul all brands ol Onient, I'las'er, Hair. Fire Itrick and Ctav, Chtmneyand Sewer Pipe. pringfirltl gcpuMic ETEXIXIS AXn iiEF.KLT.. T BKri'BI.lC prists theX.w Terk aadTf. U.a ledatrJ rresa Mapatrhrsaaa tke llt.trr CaU (Foreign; Trlftrraaa . c. si. xicnots. thos. o. niMurx, rutsiDsvr. 8tr'llXTBtl. SPBINGFIELD PUBLISHING CQMPA1Y. Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK IVEMXfi nt.rniI.IC la published every evening eseept Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate ol 10c per week. Slnile copies 2c TIIK WCKKLT RF.PUIILIC la published even Thursday, and 14 one of ttie moetcom plete family newspapers In the country: etght paces. markets complete...

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. — 18 February 1887

mmnmmmmm&mmt seeertsersrJ WjVj- . - REPFBLTO, FRIDAY EVJQsTIX(. FEBTtrAEY 18. 1887. f a n , AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE dm: mgiit only. Friday Evening, Feb. 18 Important Event. The Season's Sue. -. William Ollictfs Amer ican Plaj, HELD - ENEMY As produced durlnc its phenomenal run in New York, with tho tntiru Original Oast. -sChMviti ami kfi kit. Tlie most eminent State-men, Military Generals ami Critics hate prnnouncvd It a M.VSTKIt-riECEOKDUAMATlCWOUK, a Play of Unit ersai Interest. Xotk. "HeM by tlio Enemj" plajed the past week at the ('.rand 0-ra House, Cincinnati, Ohio, to oter fifteen Thousand People, and to oer Six Thousand Dollars. PrieM Uesened Seats S1.00. Admission 75. 50 and i" cents. Sale of seats open AVodne-daj morning at J o'clock at usual place. GRAND OPERAHOUSE. TWO MRlITtt ONLY, MONSAYSTUESDAr, FEB.21 & 22 The DL-tineui-hed American Actress, Miss KATE FORSYTH, and her talented company. In the latest Pramstlc Triumph. FAITHFUL HEWS! lly CLINTON" STl AHT.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. — 18 February 1887

". ' ' -aiigaiKiiitm.i.vVAY... YJr' i I Mini iinni 'I hi 'wi"IiWiHWibiib'iihii Mil' ill i'ii i I ih'iiii ii ,-:;- WWMPBUPI S -; f& jp?VSH.'J v Jj &1 wJk 1 -Si !?v--J 7-C 1 .fr ' ifit -i VI rAf V3 ."ft . 1 i If BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE. February 18th, "Little Detective." Saturday Matinee, "Fan chon." Saturday Night, "Galley Slave." NEW MAPLE SYRUP! LUJIir COLOK, FIXE FLAVOR. $1 PER GALLON. $1.15 in gallon tin cans. Send your orders to cither store. BARGAIN STORES, 91 anil 1)3 Wt Main St. and 40 Sooth Mar ket St., Springfield, O. HERE! Advance Styles Spring Hats. HATTER AND FURNISHER, XO. 5 E1ST MAIX STREET. PEOPLE'SCOLUMN. WANTED. 1TTAXTED Oirl to do general homework. if oerman girl prelerrea, Call at 217 writ 40-1 Ilich street. ITANTED situations, by to experienced ft American cirls. as cook and second girl. 2fo washing. Address.Ilox S56. Norwaik. O. tut "IUANTED A competent girl for general If housework. Mast be a Rood cook. No washing or ironing. Apply at once to Mrs. E. V. Kos...

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 February 1887

ritalMi lfe$wMt imuflfirld grpuMfc I KICK UK II.1IL1 : ONLY TEH CENTS PER WEEK. $prinfirld grpublu- OLDEST DULY URGEvT CIRCULATION. tESI ADVERTISING MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 43- jmtiji SPREXGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING. PEBKUAltY 1!. 1S-.7. PRICE TWO CENTS. firi.fr EV f- WtATHER FACTS. Viiiitotoi teb ll.-Ohlo Fair weather, lower followed by hkber temperature Springfield, li, O., 1 19, 1SS7. J February WE HAVE Ransacked the house for odd coats and placed them to gether in one great pile. The remains from a year's selling are these. They're more pleasantly situated than they were, yet they show a certain amount oi discontentedness from the loss of their nearest and dearest friends, P. and V. To all whom an odd coat would interest ; to any man in full uniform with the excep tion of a brown, blue, gray or mixed coat, cut in style or out ol style, we commend an nn meltr tncrtpr-rinn nf rriPQf ' garments with prices ci in . tWO. SOme Once, SOme twice, I some three times. Not every size, th...

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 February 1887

REP rBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 1.) 1887. i1.'SC7 Rft.??;-.,:! i'ft??' .- 1 ..-.Jt 5rS.'Xl j'. .- s- ,...-. v i r- SS'"s---i" -rfr --c ,-f- .-s -v ,-z , -, mwt-.sz. I11P4 lIliwM "-'-.-- y" i RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. 8tray Leaves Prom the Diary of a Mid- winter Week. Natural Clin spriniitlrlil Mut Has It Bom Ititereathne I'lKiirea tin the Jiub- jert V Good Itrcoril l.emitnit for MavCuules's Kaanja Tli "EsT- etar Hiij.-le" All Act.n) lu llrna Tlie ITr-i-nt De. lumttl for thr lloapllitl llllnd Tom The tlnoiitn I'liono rjrnpli Cook- lnc it n 1-1 II r Art. The following remarks come from a gen tlemen prominently connected Mitli oue of our manufacturing establishments. Tliey are of the hiirliot importance as repirds the future of Sprinctield. He oays: "(las either natural sat or coal g&. vv ill be the fuel of the future in Ohio. The niaiiufac tuters anil citizen of this city cannot give too much attention to the problem of piping natural gas to Springfield. On that ;rifi Inn hung the...

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 February 1887

REPlTHLI( SATURDAY" KVI'lNLVtJ, FEHlirARV U). ISS7. Whin I must into the turmoil ni Of vorUl ima and wuy. X t b-cnly co. Since I um tli. iv us uue that hath im f Uut moves in Mlian peace. w!kiu NmUs ex Tli too fl"w win and paths with kaitf an Atul lint-MMuht trunks in had stiliofs fiw I tiHist iiot Khun th tunnoiL, Kince I know Tliat Tutu will make -rme swtvt tohtu le Aii'I if I itttofxik nuM Itewnt, lift ne not jcni-vf the Katt h com man linjj iijn I LUs. and tale m flaj without n fear. If In t K' 4!fMit 1 must jiiich my tent, Ivv liath m ithm ttsWf all frllonUiips, li fmud and hoiiNj and n stand idrntcou-s cheer. Atlantic Monthly. BILL NYE. nu Ability a Wilt )Uk-r DUnUvrd In h Krmrkatlf Document. Mr. Hill o is ivjMiiijhefortue following foud, internal t-pistK It will lw nottil that lie ft?U u shi:nn ox a in pie to other tmti f moans lir Milniittin man advance ait out line of his irxiH!Nl will for the consideration of hi heirs. Hudson, Wk, Jan Si My Deau Hknrv ThUi-ailictatrtl lett...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 February 1887

gy----- : irRPTTCUC, SATURDAY EVEXING. KUUUIWIJV 10 18S7. COAL CHAMPION COAL AND ICE CO. Successors to C President 11. VOUE-i C Taylor Son, 31. SI. HKIXiKS, See. Treas. Manscer. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. oi.i: AOK.NTS FIIIC SUNDAY CHEEK, JOHNSON BROS.' A'D CHAMPION JACKSON. HO BETTERJACKSDNTHANDURS VXV'JI'I I KACIT IS. WOOD AND KINDLING. We iff i a full line ul all nranus 01 Cement. Plasler, Hair, Fire Itrlck and Clay, Chimney and Sewer l'ipe. Springfield gcpublU EVEMXO A" WEEKLY. The BlTt'ItLir prints the Sen Tork a Tin tftn Vx.rilfJ Press P.ptrhemd tk Unter Cable (ForU) Teleri. C. M. "ICIIOI-,. rRIllKST. L. !. IIKOITX, StC'TJlMTl.S- SPEINEFIELD PUBLISHING GDHP1IT, Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK EVKXINO KKI'IIIILIO Is published every evenlnc excert Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate of 10c. per week. Single copies 2c TIIK IVKKKI.Y KKI'UIII.IC Is published CTery Thursday, and Is one ot I he rnot com plete family newsiKipers In the country . eiclit nages. markets complete. Kepiete ...

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. — 19 February 1887

lrv - LitoiPi imi ii ' TVEPTTRLIO. SATURDAY EVEZS"CSTG .''KHKrAIiY 10, 1RS7. lw AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERAHOUSE. TWO MCIIIT OMA, M0N"3TUESDAY, FEB.21 & 22 The lhstinpiished American Actress, Miss KATE FORSYTH, and Iier talented eompanv In the Utet Dramatic Iriuinpti. L By CLINTON -Tl AKT. author of'Our forlety. etc Tuesdav evening. jhlDKton's llltttiday the hikhlv successful coined) drama. MARCELLE, IlyJ C Koacli and J.Amnry Knov Teias Slftlnc'. II I oryth In the title rule MAGNIFICENT GDSIUUES BY WORTH. Ill t 1 ClIHl. rriee Keserv ed se its 1 ) itmiHloii 75c, '.Oc and ic .seats now on sale at Harris' Clear More BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Thursday Evening, Feb. 24th. PETE BAKER Utteof .taker JL Taron in the world wide writ known comply CHRIS ID LENA M tth a full and efficient company and the original Chris and Lena Quartette. I ual Price Vat at Pierce' ANDCURERSOFTHE Champion Brand SUGAR CURED HAMS, SHOULDER and BACON. PURE LEAF LARD! For Family Uso. W.Grant's Sons 1 6 E. High Street. BUS...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 February 1887

;p3s -asj8.4jcjes?M, ?5SttStilri. ' -tr TRii-j. t--...' r-c REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 10 1837. m 3 SOLDIERS ASLEEP. Hie toIct of tbc w ind as It jassrs Males musical hum. But hark! through the rustle of grwe The beat of tb tlnim A sob and a low ,ticr that lev rubles A. duw n tlrtonK Ik ad. Tbe murolns of Mat tmw dissembles, We mw t by the dead Cut all aro anon- in their ending. No sound of Ihetjnfi Comts up from th dul that is Ueitdinj To fashion the life Of prav.-and eet scented briers. And deep tinted bloonw That burn out their deKcatn fin By numberless tcmha. The malVn w bo mourn- for her love Or f ri-nd for hi friend, Lrarm hero that tin liattk a are ovtrj That tbii the end And rout hers. ho meet m their eepi.C With qui wring mouth Ask not if their a-uns that am Jeeplaf Can Northward or South. Wilson J. Ofoanjlsf. WASHINGTON LKTTEIl THE SOCIETY OF THE CAPITAL . HARD TO KEEP TRACK OF. Something Abotit ttifi Carriage, of Some NotaMo l'roplr Tim llranillnc or ! Mrtcnfram ...

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. — 19 February 1887

3SKt, tf.. REPUBLIC, SATITRP AY E V 133 1 X G . FE B U UA1 V 1!). 1SS7. "-i VVJS r r-as tss isi 3i pssfea IX T1IK 1'OSTOITICK. STRANGE SIGHTS AND ODD FOLK IN UNCLE SAM'S BUILDING. Mul or the Itestle. Human Panorama lit the frrliloiMii&;Ketlolt of lto naiire and illllulise ! MLerj Pasture trmiml fur lleggat. Tlie ft.lenil iKiiMing, ordinarily known a the .tollies, btaiidi in a sea of .luh. New York i a jtri'lty dirty plant at the lx,t, but the dirtiet it is Mail btrvet, extending from Ilnwlway to l'aik row, anil utilized by 1IM, oii jieople every morning and every after iMnn. It makes no difference whether the miow lias Wvn cleared from every street in the fit . Mail street, which i miiiiimsI Ut lio cared tor by the general government on the toiutli anil the inunioiiality on the north, is hlushy in wet weather, a piece of ice when the wind whistles rhillilr arrnxx it. It's a pretty uglit, tio, thin great, brown stoned granite building heavy, cumliersorae, with not lesj, than a si...

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. — 19 February 1887

:3 REPUBLIC1. SATURDAY EVEXDfG FEBRUARY: 10. 18S7. pg-ES"7V MARE SYRUP! LKJHT COLOK, FIXE FLUOR. $1 PER GALLON. $1.15 in gallon tin cam. Send jour orders to either store. BARGAIN STORES, 1 and 93 Vnt MMn St. nnd 40 South Mar kct su, srtiisnlil. l. HERE! Advance Styles Spring Hats. HATTER AND FURNISHER, XO. 5 EihT MAIN STREET. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WAXTElt-fiirl to do Keneral housewnr... i:rmin cirl "referred. Call at 21. weit HlEb street . W-t WASTED-situations, by two experienced American ctrls.as cook and second girl. .o washing Address. Ijoino. Nomalk.O. 4t WASTED-X competent girl for teneral 11 I,, ,..,.. ,rl.. Mm! be a cood cook. .o wasMng or ironing. Jppljat once to Mrs h 40t W. 1MSS,.S0.4.-Cat nil, ... ...... lirWIED A few good malleable iron mold it ers. TheJas L Haven Company. Unchi natl.O. " WAXTEW-Ladles. local or tratrllnc. A wonderful entirely new specialty lor la dies only. $4 dally easily made, no photo, no painting particulars tree Mrs. II. 1 "" Chicago. III. aror...

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. — 21 February 1887

EB?:yV -. - attg UpMk 'pringfirid grpuMU. TRICK OF WA1LV: DNLY TEN CENTS 'PER WEEK. PRICE TWO CENTS. pritiftftrM grpublic OLDEST DalLY-tUGEST CIICUUTION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 44- SPELNGF1ELD, O., MONDAY EVENIXCJ. FE 13KUARY 21, 1887. jfonvytfmb &- WEATHER FACTS. WASBIHOTOIt.Fcb 1.'. Onto. Fair wratlirr, lower followed by Higher temperature. Springfie :i.r, O., ) ri, 1S87.J February In the division 01 your money for COMFORT INSURANCE. Remember the When cloth iers are ready with their own to face you manufactured stock, and to fill in your wants, little or big, at exactly the same prices that other deal ers pay by the store full. THAT MAN Who has Jound us out and bought here, understands us full well, but he who has not, were're reaching for. Our capacity for handling clothing is second to none in this country, and the advant ages accruing from such mam moth transactions by way of consumers' price, should be well thought over before leav ing your money on a sid...

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 February 1887

iLiiMmnnuniiiniiii'iiU REPUBLIC. MONDAY EVEXIXG, JBUCAUY . 1SS7. 91 l hi ;I " V VA COAL CHAMPION ML MICE il: Jjiircnwora to C C Taylor X Son, K. S. KKt.I.Y. M. 31. IIKltCiKS. President. SecTreas. II. VOUK5. Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. oi.i: AtJENTS Fill! SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSOX BROS.' A O CHAMPION JACKSON. NOBETTERMKSONTHANDURS AJVTI I1LVOITIC. WOOD AND KINDLING. AVeVrepa fall lln ol ll brands of Onieot, I'las'cr, Hair, Fire Brick and Clar, Chimnpynpd Sewer l'ipp. pru.gfiiiil gcpulUu EVEXIX1J AXI WEEKLY. Th KtrfBI.ll' prUta Ihr m Tork tad Tt trra InorUtrit I'rraa ULpaUarsaBd the Kfttrt Calil(FrU(TIcrai. C. M. "ICHOI. rRSSIDIVT. TIIK. J. I1KOWN, BICYANDTIH.S SPBISEFIEIO PUBLISHING COMFM, Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK K"EM" lucrilHMC Is pnbllshed every evenlnceicept Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate ol 10c. per week. Slnitle copies Ir.. THK IVEKKI.Y HKI'IHH-IC Is published every Thursday. andlsoneotUiemot conr plete tarally newspapers In the ennntir : eteht paces, markets com...

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 February 1887

- zfr--"z? -to3Es!r. qga:HWimnimii iji'Miuiiiiiiii n i. n &aimmriL'nMK jam iilMiUJir'.JiB''jiiiiia.uiuiiiii,iiiiiil.'Uir'Wi.'-jg..- REPUBLIC, MOXDAY" EVEXDsT. FEBRUARY 21. 1887. AMUSEMENTS. GKANO OPERA HOUSE. TWO XICSHTS ONLY, M3N3AYTUESDAY, FtB.21 & 22 The Distinguished American Actress Miss KATE FORSYTH, and her talented company. In the latest Dramatic Triumph, FAITHFUL H EARTS ! By CLINTON" SI I ART. author of "Our tooieiy. etc. iuesaay eteuiug. Washington' Rttthday. the highly successful comedy- drama. MARCELLE, By J C Roach and J. Ainory Knox Texas Sittings!. Vlss Forsyth tn the title role, LUCIinCUT GQ5TUVES BY WORTH. rut'rli Onist. Prices Resened seatsSl.ul. AdmlsslonTSc. .'A.- and 23c beats now on sale at Harris s Cigar Store. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Thursday Evening, Feb. 24th. PETEIM Late of Raker. I- Faron, In the world Hide well known comedy. With & lull and efileint company, and theuriclnal Chris and Lena Quartette, Usual Prices. Vats at Pierce's. BUSINESS DIREC...

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 February 1887

g& ,:s.5&ws SSefeg--J.w-lft5K(MI wfc-wjun'uiniaMi REPUBLIC. MONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY -21, 1887. 1 ? r DiHBFW M'Z MP LH.HT COLOR, FIXE FLAVOR. $1 PER GALLON. $1.15 in gallon tin caus. Send jour orders to either store. fch;9tfHvALfC BARGAIN STORES, 01 and B3 Writ Mftln St. and 40 South Mitr- ket st., Springfield, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WAXTEO ilrt to do General housework l Cenn-in Ctrl preferred. Call at Hi writ Ulcb street "- "IIT IXTKP Ituations. by two experienced II Amrrlcan elrl.. an cook and vennd Ctrl No waMiln,:. Address, II .. Nonralk. I 4U "I7VXTEI competent clrl tor tencral II housework. Must be a i;ood cook. o uathtnirnrlm.ilttr tinlvat nncM to Mrs K . 11osj.Xo.4S east Men street. 0t I "IIT XTEI A tew f-ood malleable Iron mold H ers. The Jas. L.Haen Company. Clnrln catl.O. 3'f iiT ivTtn-TjiiHen. local or traTelins. A IT wonderful entirely new specialty for la dles onh, $1 dally easily made; nopnoio. 110 Pontine particulars tree. Mrs. U. F Little. . hlcaco. 1 11...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 February 1887

r.-JSKwyj-iTsy iaH4Cia-mCTiifiTifiWa eSHMELfeS2 -, .s."S- . ? 'pvmtfklb IMfo ,$wMU 9prlngfuld gepulilfc I'ICICK Of DAILV: OLDEST DULY LMGEST CIICULaTION. BEST ACVERT1SENG MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 45- ONLY TEN GEMS IB WEEK. SPBtXGFlELT), O., TUESDAY (EVENING. FEBRUARY 22, 1887. PRICE TWO CEN FS. I In r If II pringfiiiil grpubUc :-ii !r a - :4f l WtATHER FACTS. VfAsBiwaTOx. b. SI Ohio: Local tains, lolloped by fair weather; lower temperature. Sl'RlNGFIKLl), O., ) February 22, 1SS7. J HOWS TRADE? QUIET, THANKS. And do you know what we do when "How's trade?" "Quiet, thanks. " We search the quiet, sell dom disturbed nooks of our store to see what has crept into space during the past twelve months that ought not to be there. What results ? Many a part line and some full lines are brought to the surface, re-marked the downward slide, and couspicuously set up to be gazed upon and sold at gxeat sacrifice from original prices. Boys' knee pant suits ; a whole grist of them are gath ered into on...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 February 1887

rlSHiaMTTltflllllllllIWHIi IHIlUIHIII'lWWIIIIIilWiillW lilllllMllililWIinilW JMliflllllllllimril in.Mi.Ma,.-.! frggHf mm i mum i II aUWUiJJIILiWillllll tsSB&ia IriflTin.ir. Ttn:sbAT jsyjitfiiN'o, j'-iuu aiiy j ifin?. s I ft. ! r COAL CHAMPION Surc-s-ora to C C. Tiijlor X "ton, K. S. kKLLV. M. M. IIKIMJE", President. fce-cTreas. II. VOtlES. Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. sOI.K A.IKJsTS FOK SUNDAY GREEK, JOHNSON BROS.' A O CHAMPION JACKSON. NOBETTEBMKSaNTHANDilRS VKTHHACITE. WOOD AND KINDLING. Me Veep a rait line oi all braads ol Cement, Plaster, Hair, Fixe Brick ud CUT, CUimnejand Sewer l'lp. pringfirUl Republic EVEXIN'i AXD WEEELT. Tsi- BEPrBLIC prlata tr lawTsrk u t tf r kmorUiti I'rrM DIFitrkrsaad tkr Kflr Cablt (Frlg)Tlri. C. M. NICHOLS. THOS. fi. BROWN, rlKSIDIVT. gsC'TisDTRItS SPBIHGrlELD PilBUSWIG COMPAIY. Publishers and Proprietors. IHK EVEJTIMO KKI'UHLIC ll puMlltief eTery pv.-iilne except -sunday. nd ll dll t-n-d xt the rate ol 10c. per week. Stngl. enplea Ic. THC HKEK...

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 February 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. — 22 February 1887

v- as&'SR. Mk3-aMws?r9-.. , REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVEXDfG FEBRUARY -2-2 . 1887. I Is I isr:EX7- M LIU II f COLOR, FIXE FLAVOR. $1 PER GALLON. a $1.15 in gallon tin rant. Send your orders to either store. BAHRAIN STORES, 91 and 93 Vast Main SI and 40 South Mar ket su, Mprlnnnd, O. HERE! Advance Styles Spring Hats. HATTER AND FURNISHER, XO. 5 EiST MAIN STREET. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED House, about 7 rooms; central IT location. Address. S T. Co.. 54 Arcadr- TITAXTKD A Rood white elrl to do ceneral It house work. In mall family German pre- 87 west Pleasant street. iSa UTANTED Girl to do teneral homework H Oermaa Ctrl prelerred. Call at 217 wel IllSh street. 40-t' w r ANTED 5ltuatlons. by two experienced American cirls. as cook and second cirl No washlnc. Address. Box 8M. Norwalk. O. t WANTED A Jew rood malleable Iron mold it ers. lheJas L Haven Company. Ctncin natl.O. Jirt U'ANTED-Ladles. local or travelinc A IT wonderful entirely new specialty for la dies only. (I dally easily m...

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