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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 23 February 1887

lDp f--T tij -,- u ; 477.. - - . - . - -Z . CMMULttMrtw 3S& a ilgmMfr pvinnficld lr public OLDEST OMIT URGES! CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 46. 9pringficld gtpulilu; I'ltICK OK IAII.Yt ONLY TEN CENTS FEB WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., WEDXESD.AY EVENING, FEBllUAliY 23, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. -a, -V tliK 1 IftmngMft 1 -.-rfci' m WEATHER FACTS. c Washiioto Veb. St. Ohio I-al lalns. htcher tempera -ure: easterly winds, shlftlu-: to n trtherly. Springfield, O., 1 February 23, 1SS7. J DOYOUCATCH? There's a row in clothing at the When. Stock downside up from a double inventory and odds and ends forcing their way out through the cheap bargain channel opened up for their special benefit. ODD COATS. A man short a coat for any use, and wishing a partial ben efit tendered him, will do him self justice by' coming around to the When ; sooner the bet ter, of course. A SQUALLING BOY Who would wear a knee pant suit if he had one, can be dressed in the height of fash ion for so l...

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 February 1887

It k pi n u .1 c, w isian icsua y j-: r jsk ry o , . m,h u A i, y ir m . i IX M t COAL CHAMPION COALAND ECESQ. Kurmwon to C C. Taylor & Son, K. H. Hl.I.lV, 31. M. President H. VOflES. HEDGES, isec Treas. Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. s,OI.K AC.KNTS FOK SUNDAY GREEK, JOHNSON BROS.' AD CHAMPION JACKSON. HO BETTER JACKSON THAN OURS AKTIIKACrrE, WOOD AND KINDLING. We keep a fall line vl all brands of Cement, Plaster, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Chimnej and Sewer ripe. pungfirld Republic FVEXIXU AXD WEEKLY. The Industrial Labor conference, liclil In the Music hall, Cincinnati, Tuesday. i falrlj attended Mr Kichard TreellicU was. the temporary chairman. Committee-, tteie ordered a)ioiiited, coiietl of one from each state, on iieniiineiit organization, rules on order of business, resolution-, and platform, national committee. At the evening session of tlie Industrial conten tion the number of elelcjritt's w as much smtlltrthan In the afternoon. ottlnR to the absence of uianj who tteie...

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 February 1887

KtiPUBLK'. Vntt)X&Sl)A' J-VLMJMi FLIHU'A.i.V '. IftRI f II AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Thursday Evening, Feb. 24th. PETE BAKER Late of Baker .V Faron.lu the world wide ell-known comedy. With a lull and efficient company, and the original Chris and Lena Quartette. I'sual Prices. Seats at Tierce'. GRAND OPERAHOUSE. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FEUKL'ARY 25 AXD 2i, With Grand Haturtlny Matinee MS 1'. M. fir L.alle anil Chltilrf-n. IiiOILT or 1HE ltMM ACTUS. NEWTON BEERS. In tlieMUHTb. Lyric Spectacular Success, LOST IN LDNDDN Supported by the original Xew orfc com pany ot Oomediam and Sincers, and pre sen'lncCarJiadt of '""' "crnrrj. specially executed by the 'amnns American artist. Ilenry K. Iloyt Home o' the Swart Klnc. Heart o' HleaKmoor The J'ete of Cotnus . Illuminated sensation now Scene.and Ji' llon. A beautiful and sublime prologue without words, leclons of celestial bellies, scenes of dlssoliins beauty; thecelebrati-d Pan Pipe Mincers; original Sonic. llances. Costames and Cal ...

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 February 1887

"ijiMi?. 'mm aw. jim jjji i hi in 1 1 ni ilWlllW'yr)if.lL'iiiftC!W Will ihfclitf! "fclfcafc yre'-- - "l'liliftfak,attw,MJMWlhiiJg !lii REPUBLIC1. WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 2M. 18ST. - V-I s j s- 4 -j-j il -, 1 ,! t 1 '"-i ft FROM BOSTON: 50 English Ivory Toilet MI SETS! LaVe Sc ncrj Decoration, PRICE,$3.50PERSET. Mr'N (JOOI)S IX i. IX T POTTERY Til II U Lt.k. fcl'VOAiVvWC BARGAIN STORES, 91 and 93 A rat Main Sunnd 40 Santh Mar ket "., -Springfield, O. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED T"TATEIl-i cnirpete nt man to tale c e of II li'iresauit helparound the house. Mast besolier. relisbleund well recommended Ap ply to E h Koss u IX. east Hlch street w "rbl To cooil. strong bo to help nine Alters Call at II r v nils' sns..o d south Limestone street. 4s lTAXTKITO KENT House ol Are or sis M rooms, bx man and UeiIhout children !nr fMuith!n six r seen suuares ot the postofllee and reasonable rent Address, "r or Rent. ' this offlce f UTAVrXD House, about T rooms, central II location Address is T.Co-.M...

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 February 1887

? , laen&gam w; s?3Bag? - s4 -iSi . -. - .r.iv .-w.. ae-' t i Sprinflficld $qntliHc. OLDEST DULY-LMGEST CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 47. I'llIC'K OK lAII.V . OUT TEN CENTS PES WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVESIM-J. rECKU"ARY,:2 1, 18H7. PRICE TWO CENTS. "-TVS. 7-T"""- iik ' Sa jsbnnBH 5 &$& .s"33b$&3aa8s 3 Sasaki iffiffiSn8-' - - --. HepttWic." ifenifljtfleift I I- If WfcATHER FACTS. CWiHinOTOK.Veb 21. Ohio M Colder, lair weather, with Jculdwavr. Sl'RINGFIELD, O., ) February 24, 1S87. J CRAWL DOWN THERE! We insist on articles of men's, youths', boys' and chil dren's wearing apparel which have become shortened in number from a year's solid, substantial business selling, shall go to duty ; we therefore down the price to an eleva tion easy reached by parties who'll be satisfied to take them off our hands at part payment. Suits or overcoats, men's, youth's, boys' and children's pants, boys' knee pant suits, school suits, out of school suits, s...

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 February 1887

-'.. Sgg -ajaCSS lU2iTi)i.ia TiiiTRSDAr liVMiao. 1-it.Mui a in i.. r,,,r v -r---jri .1 ' i - - ,- - irt-ni opnriMir -..- r-r a . ,- ir n B , . ,,- r -,- n--r-, lis I w yriugfirltl JWiiuMu. EVEXIMJ AXD WEEKLY. The III PI RI IC prlU the Sew Tori d We ttra tsso-iattl Press llliatel't.saad tie Heater Cablv (I or-lt;a) Tel-xrataa. MCIIOLt. rBCSlDRVT. TIKts. ".. IIISOW.N, -.KITAMTRk43 SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CQMPASY. Publishers aid Proprietors. TI1K Kl i:lMl KKI'l'IILIU If published every evening except Sunday. and it dellv ered t the rate of 10c. per week. Stijzle copies le, TIIK FKKL.V RKI'IIIILIC ll published e err Thursday, and l one of the men com plete family newspapers In the country, eight pages, markets complet" Replete with news and miscellany. II per year, invariably casti In advance. Ail communications and contributions should te addressed to Cu-to. M Nicimt. editor, and all business letters to Thokas I. Bums, manager. REITBLIC Bl'ILBlXG. SPRINQFJELD, OHIO. Telephone TXo. 2o. T...

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 February 1887

srasiaftfcss -r- -I -r. f $ "- . i ' Lllpitii twtfcu'wfciwi i ftlilrLTlLit TltLUWJJAV KViSUu fliliUUAUS i-L..18S?. AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE - -. - . p-U 014k Thursday evening, reu. z4in. PETE BIER Late of Baker A Karon, In tht- 6"rld wide well known corned). With a full and efficient company, and the original Chris and Lena Quartette. I sual Trices van at Tierce's. GRAND OPERAHOUSE. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25 AXI 2C, With nralMlteiiurriay Matinee it 3 I. M. (or Ladle and Children. EMAI.EkVT Ol TBI WET ACTOR. NEWTON BEERS. In the superb. LjrlcMectacuI,ir Success, LOST III LONDON Supported by the original e orkcom pany of Comedians and Mncers. and pre sen'lnir Car Loads of uplemlia i-nrrj. specially executed bytheamons Xnieriean artist, Henry K. Iloyt Home o'theewart Kin:; Heart o" lileakmoor The Pet t Comus. Illuminated sensation sun Scene. and J"i' Mln. A lieautHul and sublime prologue without words lejrions of celestial bellies, scenes of dlssoltlne beauty, the celrbrat...

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 February 1887

83"-' tWf- f REPUBLIC. Til ITOD.W EVENING FEBRUAltY 2-1. 1887. K & is FROM BOSTON: 50 English Ivory Toilet SERVICE SETS Lake Scenery Decormtloa, PRICE,$3.50PERSET. XEW GOODS IX ART POTTERY THIS WEEK. 3 IVSLMLVCfc Co- BARGAIN STORES, 91 and 03 Wmt Main St. and 40 Snth Mr krt St., Wprlnfleld, O. HERE! Advance Styles Spring Hats. HATTER AND FURNISHER XO. 5 EiST MAIX STKEEr. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED TTAXTED-A competent man to take eve of II horses and help around the nous. Must tx sober, reliable and well recommended. Ap ply to K. W lU)i. o. tZZ. east wen street. w ,7AXrK.I To sxl. strong bow to help nire (liters. Call at u.l'. nuns wini. .m 35 south Limestone street. ttavtkiiTii RF.XT Ilonsfi ot Are or si' II ronm. hv man and wlfewlthout children. Must be within six or seven squares ot the lKntoSlce and reasonable rent. Address, ror Rent," this omee. ' WANTED House, about T rooms: central location. Address. S T.CQ-.SI rea.1e. w 'AXTEi-I.dles. local or travelinc. A ' u-nnr.rft'l ntlrl...

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. — 25 February 1887

"Jif? 9 saS ,v s&s. 3S isJIi E? - nfifi tn i mfo $qpMic cfprinflftrti grpubUt OLDEST DalLY-LMGEST CIRCUUTIM. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 4S. pnng 9pringfit!d grpulilh. I'KICK OF DAILY: OHLKTEM ICEHTSIPERrWEEK. SPEEXGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EYEXLN'G, FEBRUARY -2T,, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. field 4 h I-" .v -, WEATHER FACTS. WjLSHmoMB.Fr b.S Ohio Fair weather, followed hy local rains or snow, warmer Springfield, O., February 25, 1S87. or People that are foolish enough to think winter's all gone had better look out lest they be caught out with too light apparel. There's room enough left to wear thread bare most any suit bought out side of the WHEN. This, means in plain, every day words, that When cloth ing is a grade or two or more better made than the common .run of ready-made clothing. We don't care how close you inspect our goods; closer ! the better. t AND HERE'S A CLINCHER. Whoever buys clothing from , the When and afterwards finds, by comparison or other wise, that the s...

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. — 25 February 1887

IflSJSliSlIL'' :' - - ''- LDAV E'r REPUBLIC, rRIPAT JilVJEKiifG. KfcHKlUHV -V. 1887. at I COAL CHAMPION MUEB. bitcc-wtor. tu C. C. Taylor A Son, K. . KKLIA. President. II. VOUES M. M. UKDGKS, See.Treas. Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SULK AOKVTt FOK SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON BROS.' AD CHAMPION JACKSON. H Q BETTER JAGKSQ NTHANOUHS AKTIUtACITE, WOOD AND KINDLING. We Veep a full Hue ul all brands or Cement, Plaster, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Chlmnej and Sewer Pip. Springfield $cpublit EVEXIM. AM) WEEKLY. T KErrBUCyrlaU ta.KewTorll tad Wes tern i.sorlateJ Press m.patckeaai. th Eeater Cable (l'orelca)TIe-ra. C. M. XICIIOI.S. raistrtxr. tikis, o. iinovrx, ain'TASTDTaats. SPHlluflElD FIIU5IIK COMFHi. Publishers and Proprietor i. THE EVKX1SO KEIUIIL1C Is published eerTeTenlnc except Sunday, and ts delly. ered at the rate of 10c ver week. Single copies 2c. THK WKKKLV RKl'OKLir l published eienr Thursday, and ts one ot the met com plete laicily newspapers in the country: eight pages, markets co...

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. — 25 February 1887

REPUBLIC. FUIDAY JEVENIM. FflUU'AKV 2... 1887. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. FBIDAY AND SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25 AXD Hi, With Grand Hi.tur.lny Matins lit 1 M. for Ljldle. untl Children. kSGAGkNIST UP THK EMlkEST ACTOR. NEWTON BEERS, In the superb. LtHc Spectacular Success. LOST IN LONDON Supported by the rlginal New York com pany of Comedians and singers, aud pre sen'luc Car Loads of pl-miiti rrnrry. specially executed by the 'amous American artist, Henry K, lloyt: Home o' the Swart Klnit; Heart a lileakmoor The Pete of Comas : Illuminated sensation snow Scene. and Ji' i.lun. , beautiful and sublime prohiruc without words, legions of celestial beings, scenes of dissolving beauty, the celebrated Pan Pipe singers . original Songs. l.iuces, Costnmes and Cal cium Effects Prices T.V. We. t'c seats now on sale at Harris' Igar More. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, MARCH 1st, 1887, ONE XIGIIT ONLY. JiES O'NEILL 1'KKSKs.TlNG MONTE CRISTO With 31 brilliant cast, elaborate new Scenery, Kel.t.e Stiiei-...

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. — 25 February 1887

V-i- nrtPMMw REPUBLIC, YRW AY' EVENING FEBRUARY" 2r, 1887. FROM BOSTON: 50 English Ivory Toilet SERVICE SETS! Lake Scenery DecontiM. PRICE,$3.50PERSET. NEW GOODS Iff ATCT POTTERY! THIS WKEK. fc BAHOAIII STORES, 01 and 83 Wrt Mala SU and 40 SsuUi Mar ket St-, SprlnsBold, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED- WANTED Bookkeeper In manufaetor bus iness. Address, with reference, "Manu facturer." TIT. city. 4Sn TTTAXTED Two cood. stronl bors to Help IT ulue filters. , i;&iiaii.i. " mis s?vu.. .w 31 south Limestone street. -, tTfANTEItTO KENT House ol live or slf rooms, by man and Ue without children. Mustbewtthln sli or seven squares of the postotnee and reasonable rent. Address, tor Kent" this office. 6t WANTED House, about T rooms: central loeiUoa. Address. S T.Co-.M Aca1e- WAXTE-talles. local or traveling;. A wonderful entirely new specialty for la dles only; U dally easily made: no photo, no palatini:: particulars free, Mrs. U. r. Little. i-hirir. 111. aorar- W ANTED A Herman Elrl lor gener...

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. — 26 February 1887

haw'--' SS-i.- 3..'- ' 1 ii "'n'ttmM 1T1WJ Jm ,h. - :y Willi wmfcii.iija W69SSs5ws5&i, -JW jfti fliniiflficU Republic SeS Springfield grpublu OLDEST DAILY '.MIGEST CIRCULATION. (EST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 49- I'ISIIK OK DAILY: ONLY TEN GENTS PER WEEK. SPKLXGFIELD, O., SATrRPAY EVENING, FEBRUARY -2(5, iss?. PRICE TWO CENTS. -,VS fkuMic. jfonngMlb mm WtATHER FACTS. Washikoto. Feb !S Ohio J air weather. followed hy local rains or snuw. warmer SPRINGFIF.LD, O., ) February 26, 1SS7. j A WAY FOR There are numerous oppor tunities at the present time for money saving in the pur chase of reliable wearing apparel. End of the season garments, lines that are short the full complement of sizes, closed lots that we are unable to size up again from our fac tory. All such stock is buya ble at prices within reachof almost any purse. Whatever you are looking for, be it a suit for man, youth or boy, for work, dress or play, there's money t be saved in selections from this stock. Neckw...

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. — 26 February 1887

imiwij Hi' ffstmiUs ptfWKWVHH REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEX1XG FE13RUAUYI20 1887. RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. Stray Leaves From the Diarv of a Late Winter Week. Ttn Natural .n Frirr I jlitniitr in Olilii- Otalu 1'rople in tisllforula Manager Trump TalU Altiiut the Iiiter-stnle Commercf Hill t-m kv Doctor tlrowlug IVamiti and Ttiliirro lit a Il-irk-jsrtl in Springfield The Cirrus in Csmilng Cumty lla- znr llrii Hur," the llet Krml Hook In sprlngllelil Why Not Hair n Dog Show The Nm South Note ami Nesm The oil fever which alllictedlialf the peo ple of (ilito two decades ago. wis nothing comparisl with the intense' interes' an the subject of natural gas, which now aniiaates almost everj comuiuiiit in Ohio. The cor respondence column- of tlie t iiiciim":! dailies fairl groan with item- frome'veij town in Ohio, telling of the efforts to hud thi- priceless fuel. Where there 's no pros peot of striking si, companie- are being formed to pipe it from the neare-t point where it ha- been di-corcil in abund...

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. — 26 February 1887

i,'3v ..-A REPUBLIC1, SATUKDAV KVKXIXO FEBRUARY 2G 187 r J 31 rc Ka $3i 1 BILL NYE Telia How 11 Sr.irrhrl for ltarlier. William". Ureters. -HtMLLE,N C Fib.1 When I first mine ti.rells'gniitocast about m for a pxl, limit Imrlsr w itb 1mm I wiiMns.siKT.itc? .luring tho niter, ono mini imjuI.1 no: le B-liamwl to bfwiKViivcrsiiif; with me, nm) -till withal, a man mlu rouM eiliiitiiistt.r u ilwu shsvo without iwm Ifillmtothhsiils of a tall bmmttonr jLin almit wrs of npc, imiiitsl Hum !vv proiKKiiK-.! lvi nverjtsslv muI thit IMuni on- n K,,l' ImirrotUx ami H'lv liLilv, n pl slinvei tinx It o cvuire Iirtsl that !lf now kt r f ivn ntlv from w Yorktojt their liair tnmimsl Tlw first tjiiw I sisittsl tlw -hop Hum nasiit tlierr i'rsonslv I utV the rltsir of an assistant. It was a very tlisgmlil clmir. iih nUisl plans, in it It was tip holstmsl null lwl- lirussels, anl the scat hail 1 t in it. Th mini l- hftttol liv moan- f i 1 rvplacs, anil the mater for shav -in l-l da sautviwn on the roal- 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. — 26 February 1887

ITEPUTUJC, SATIIRBAT EVENING, KJiHIlLTAllV 2fi 1887. COAL CHAMPION GOAL MD ICE CO. Sucvessora t C .. ki:i.i.v. President C Tit) lor A. M. M ikiikk, ' Sec. Treas. II. 0(1ES. Manager 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. MI1.K .1RKNTH FOIt SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON liROS.' AD CHAMPION JACKSON. ND BETTER JACKSON THAN OURS VIVX-l 1 1 iA CITJi WOOD AND KINDLING. We keep a full line l all brands ol Cemeal, Waaler, lUlr, 1'ire Urict antl Clay, Chimney ami Sener ripe. Springfield Jicpublu EVKXIN'I! AMI WEEKLY. I IIKMOt'K.lTIC M'llKVt- There never lj a time when it is prurient I for a republican to feed uion ilemocratic i fmliler. It may be pleasant to the taste. but in the stomach it w ill be as wormwood ami gall. There are quite a number ol lr- publicans in .Springfield, just now. who seem faorably Inclmeil towaul the new j democratic police jmlgelavv, ami win to faorits adoption bj our lyople at the ! special election to be hold for the purpose l of a public expression on it. We ilecl.ire it J to be a democ...

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. — 26 February 1887

i cthi i fin i ii 1 1 i TtEPTBLIO. SATURDAY EVEKJXG FETJRrAnV 2fi. 1RR7. g AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FEHRL'AKT 25 AMI 21!, With OntnilJwturilnT MMInt Rt 3 I'. 31. for lmllf- nml 'lilhlren. tCAt.HUT OF TIH MlSIVt ACTOR. NEWTON BEERS. In the superb. Lvrlc Spectacular ueees, LOST III LID ON Supported by the oriel nit New "York com pany of. Comedians and H users, anil pre. senMnj; Carloads I spiriiiiiii -tvu-rj, specially executed bythe fanious American artist, lleno K lloyt Home theJwart Hlnc Heart o lJUakm-tor The Pete of Com us illumtttited sennit n Miow rcene.and Jt. i-ion. beautiful and sublime prolnctii without words Iruions of celestial be u2S sctnts f dissolving beauty the cHebnttrd Tan Pipe "-mirers oiiclnl ""oils. Uances. loMunusand Cat cium 1 ITectn Prices "or, wc. o sea's now ou sale at Harris tear More GRAND OPERA HOUSE TIIFSnAY MflRHH let. IRR7 ...,, ........... .., . .7 OM' Mf.HT o"Sl . JAMES O'NEILL i'iiK-i:riNO MONTE CRISTO With a brilliant cist...

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. — 26 February 1887

yjwmiiw)immiliuxui'jmww, .r HEPlTiLlC, SATURDAY E liNLXG FEliKUAin 20 1837. WASHINGTON LETTER. APPOINTMENT CLERKS AND THEIR NEVER ENDING LABORS. A Cartou Lrtlrr With Manj "Hut' In th Interior Iiartiiiriit V Mnjjular I Sort of Cabinet rMl by the IVtttifflc lprlmnfc-lhoto(n"iihof iillrintft. 1I-ciaJ Onrrespim lnce Washington, Pfch. 21 So nimh was nii.1 at the lginn.ti of Mr Cleveland fulinin istrmtion about the throng of oll.s sellers, and to.it tie Usai nowndaj si hat jn-oplfl tlunl, possibly, that tho resnireforo:IWhasciM Of course there Jnothins like tho crowding and jamirlng there was in the-pnnof ls.sT at all of ihpileiwirtnK nU, but at tbevixne time if am goo I Itusinevs man ha 1 to endure the number of call .!) w Inch the ofllco seeLers alone imivse upon the lit ads of tbexanoui department in Washington he irnuM think bimoelf soreh alut-wl, and that he couM do ery lttUa business un lor such ainioyanors. The fact is that o main acancies (vcur from day to diy br reason of death, ...

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. — 26 February 1887

ftoi. V " ' K-rv - - . .r. - M.Bjnnnwiiiumui8ii tm aff.aawjy iMi'ai m. . REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 2G 187 WO.MAX AND HO.Uk. THE FEAST WHEN CONGENIAL PEO PLE SIT AT THE BOARD. Vnnatural Tendency of the Tiliira Child Cr.inlli Utile Women rlrVlnit Out h Wilt Women s AromiituJits llress. Whooping Cnuijli Mra Items. Bread ami cheese male a finer fea-t lion nKiiial in-onle it at the Imanl. than cake Mivvine with love left out. Many is tho time I have hennl pvl women inourninp; that theycoulil not given lunch, or'imite their frienils to tea, liecau "thine, were not nice enough." What sort of comfort is there iu mrh hospitality as that! -Tho Arab who strikes palm with you over a pinch of salt iimierstanda the secret of true coinrn.h-Jiip lietter Invite only friends to lie yourcii.-ts, nn.l weal out from your list tho folks jou wefc toemulateVonli-play's idle alone, ami whom you only cultivate lieoause they culti vate you no conReniality or heart kinship or mutual tst lwtween .you....

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. — 26 February 1887

tvT?v" REPFBTJf1, SATITRDA.T EVENING FEBttUARV -2l, 1887. Closing out to quit busi ness. Everything must be sold by March 20th, at Hor ner's, 53 West Main street. Clobing out to quit busi ness. Everything must be sold by March 20th, at Hor ner's, 53 West Main street. Closing out to quit busi-. Closing out to quit busi ness. Everything must be'ness. Everything must be sold by March 20th, at Hor- sold by March 20th, at Hor ner's, 53 West Main street, ner's, 53 West Main street. Closing out to quit busi-, Closing out to quit busi ness. Everything must be.ness. Everything must be sold by March 20th, at Hor- sold by March 20th, at Hor ner's, 53 West Main street, i ner's, 53 West Main street. Closing out to quit busi ness. Everything must be sold by March 20th. at Hor ner's, 53 West Main street. "- UTEi-vr MAPLE SUGAR 12 l-2e PKK POUND. NEW MAPLE SYROP 1.00 PEK (JALLOX. Send us your Orders for Canning. 1.000 BUSHELS Of fine, White Pearl Potatoes, 50c per bit., at cither store. toW$y ,kwQy...

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