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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 February 1887

?.,. - - '.-' -s-a f'S."'-' s, H3S0hr&S&9GBBHL S-WF3-5?Jli&'h' " -,' -. J, $.. t pringfuld grpulilic; rr.iK or haii.i JUL? TEN CENTS 'PER WEEK. iir iTr "j-ti TTtmiaaiiTniiTr mri ii n i FV . 3hfis9H&4r? - tv I IMP U itotttw. JljiJIJIJ y ?jf JEST U1EITISIKJKIJM. &rqr 79 m ijH VOL." XXXIII NO. 50. T:rA7ACTs. aTecal outrage. 1 f m WMiwto.Fel.S.-Ohlo L.) sssgx A si T(j- warmer xdu i,rarruy uii m g3H I Wt' weather. ' A t II .' WE ARE GOING TO JrtOVE .Certain closed lots and part v ' vHjnes of clothing, and the way we take to move them quickly is to take a good deal off the priced We can't help having odd suits left ; nobody can. It's a good'tricK of the trade not to have too many Ieft-N We presume to say there are nouses mat are Daaiy leit; left with more than broken lines. "We're not built that way." Things move in a place like this. A suit that won't bring nine, ten dollars because it happens to be the only suit of that lot . left, we tumble to live, and it "goes. An...

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. — 28 February 1887

c3-r; t J -usiswBrtHi MOT-TOT EHmXG, FJiHRUARV -2s 1fl91 5 i m II r wit-.! -w-p? " 51 , REPUBLIC ?fc9lt i I COAL CHAMPION COUDICECO. jtir.m- ttt C. C. Tixjlor & son, K H. K 1. 1.1 A. M. M. IIKIIOKS, President Sec.Treas. II OtIES. Manager 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SOI.K A.SKNTS FOB SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON BROS.' AID CHAMPION JACKSON. NO BETTER JACKSON THKN OURS A.NTI IltACITK, WOOD AND KINDLING. We Veep a full line til all brands ol Cement, l'lasler, lUlr, Fire Hrick and Claj, Cliinme- and Sewer l'le. Springfield gcpublu EVEMMJ AMI WEEKLY. Ta RirlRllrprlata tht-SfW Tort udWw trrn Issnt-lated rrns Dhpatrfceaanil the Kuler I able (I rln)Tlet-ran. C. M MCltOt.-.. TIIO-. O. IIKT. rSOIUKNT. fri'TMTlt9 SPaiSGFIELD FlIUSHllfi GHNIY, Publishers and Proprietors. THK El KIMi Kr.ftnl.10 is published every evenlni: except Sunday, and is deliv eredat the rite of ltc per week. Single copies 2c TIIK Wl 1.M.1 KFPI7IILIC Is published everv Tliiirsiay and Is one of the mostoim plete family nexxsnapers ...

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. — 28 February 1887

irar--- -,"-. is, - : :.--"?ti.-y-.r$KSfcs, TCEPrBLTO, MONDAY EVENTING KERRUARY 28. 1RR7. i&&s&$iSSm!v&&& it it AMU SEME NTS. 1 GRAND OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, MARCH 1st, 1887, OXK MGI1T OKI T. JAMES O'NEILL' ri;K-KNTixa MONTE CRISTO With a brilliant ;n,st. elaborate new s-enery, ltetltstic SUge l'Jt-tures painted expressly for this play, grand effects, correct appointments and ap- j nroprmte costumes, and the entire pro Suction perfect I a ex ery detail. j R. E. ZIMMKKMAX, MANAGER. , PRICES Reserved Seats, 75c and 11. Gen- j eral-dmtslon.7.'c. VHr. "c. seats now on le at Harris's Cigar store. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TWO N Mi UTS THURSDAY AND F.ID... MARCH 3 AND 4 THE rOWtRHL ROMASTK ACTOR, FORGIVEN! A Drama of Intense Hnmin Interest. The m nt C nip'cnons Success ot the I'respnt S-ason. A treat play, grandly acted." New x.orfc Dally News Vo person can afford to miss witnessing Mr Rryton's performance -Sew York World Prices 75c. v. 2V Scats now on sale at Harris's ClBar ...

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. — 28 February 1887

&&&$&: '" "4 -5T mmmammmmmammmmmmmmmt w -t iS -W-I! v 2 SUB ill N-Sl-W MAPLE SUGAR 12 l-2c PKK l'OU.W). NEW MAPLE SYRUP $1.00 PER GALLON. Send us your Orders for Canning. 1.000 BUSHELS Of line, White Pearl Potatoes, 50c per bu., at either stare. fc9ffvvWC BASQAIN STORES, 81 and 03 ITrst Main 5t- mnil 10 South Mar ket M-, .rl nijlifl.t. O. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED WANTED Two (rood, strong boys to help pipe niters Callat K I. Willis' tons. -No 2i south Limestone street. 4l lI7.NTEITt KENT House of fire or sis H rooms, br man and wife lthout children. Muttewlthlu six or een squares of the EjsMrrlce and reasonable rent. Address, tor eut." this office t -lUAXThD-lUuse, about 7 rooms, central location Address. &. T Co.. M Arcade- w I'AMED-I-adies. local or traveling. A wonderful entirely new specialty for la- dies only, tl dally easily made. ade. no pnoio. no nalutlnf particulars free. Jlrs. it r Mine. Chicago. III. 3mr llMXTKD A German Ctrl for general house It work In ...

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. — 1 March 1887

" rr T'T-Miiv ..-- M t ... iiiiMiiiiimiiiiBawwMilWilMffllnOT arxltnSnnnMnninMnnftanaVMtJnnnlagisanadnjMmaieaiflnnn -n,:aKjns aflg ftimMir jPpringfUld Republic I'KICK or DAILY: OLDEST DallY 'JtRGEST CIRCUUTION. BEST ADVERTIStHC MEDIUM. ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPEESGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVEXLXG, MA HOLT 1, 187. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 51. Hlf y Jiimniifijew jfl Za - L m WEATHER FACTS. TYisHUOTOir. Mar. 1. Ohio: Leal rain, followed by (air neither llnhfr.fo. lowed bj low er tem Meraiure. Springfield, O., u March i. iSS Three hundred and sixty five days in each year we tell tell ol something new in men's, boys', youths' or chil dren's clothing, furnishing goods, hats, etc. Does our efforts to impress upon your minds the necessi ty of buying from first hands direct, and taking advantages of all cuts and closing prices occuring from time to time through the year always prove fruitless ? Explanation is needless, as those who have eyes can see. Each day brings new faces, which is co...

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. — 1 March 1887

l-e Ji2fci-tiasei ITJDAY (SVI-ISLM., UAHC If 1 1SS7. 11 hiitrsi r- 11 -- .. . -l-: i : - t I if .,..; rtf;o,i Miitiiiio 3 3tjihjjw -.J-wur,. tenjeucies. i EVEXIXU AM) WEEKLY. I . Th- Kt.rC.II IC prlaU th .-w Tor. aad W t ra Usodate i Pre. Dl.natrBt.aaa' the lUitf r CaUt (t'orri-alT'lerraia.. c m. MCimi, iihk o. brown, pkemdent. mo-'t mtk.s. tOniSPfinn DUD! ICUIIIC mUPllY srnlflbrlLLll rUdLlDnlllb Liimrftsi, Publishers and Proprietors. . .k. .. ., tru ...... ......- Rm.i. rn-u ai .110 Air ui .; it, rc. u.umv copies 2c IL1C i. puWUhed ne of the tnoit com- T1IK H EKKLV KKl'Ulll every ThuridaT. and Is one Plete family newspaper in the country; eleht i.es. market, complete Repiete witn newa ana mi.euny. i per year, invariably cah In advance. All communication ana contributions should be addressed to Clifton M. Nichols. editor, and all business letters to Tiioxs l liana., maniser. KEITI.I.IC BUILDIXG, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Telephone No. 30. TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 1. 18U7 Til.i T rut in: mi I...

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. — 1 March 1887

-VliJgSjSgsaaBw iWl!l'l, RtiPUBLir, TUESDAY ErUffiyG 3CA1.CB 1..1S87. zm 11 AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, MARCH 1st, 1887,' i ONE NIOIIT ONLY. j JIESOIILU PKKsKNTlNO j MONTE CRISTO With a brilliant cast, elaborate new iceuery. Realistic Mice l'lctures pvinted expressly for this play grand effects, correct apiiolntments and ap propiiate costumes. andtheentlrepro ductlon perfect lu every detail. E. E. ZIXHEKHAX, MANAGER. PRICE Reserved Ses.ts.T5c and II. Oen eral admission. 75c. 5c. 'c. eats now on ale at Harris's Cigar Store. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TWO MO UTS, THURSDAY UNO FHIDAY. MARCH 3 UNO 4. THE rOWEBFtL ROJXiSTIC ACTOR. FORGIVEN! A Drama of Intense llnmn Interest. Tfce ni'tst C 'nsp'cuous Success ot the Present Srason. A treat play, grandly acted." Xew Vork Dally .Vcs. o person can afford to miss witnessing: Mr Brytou's performance. New Yotk World Prices 75c. one. 2,"c. Seats now on sale at Harris'! Cigar store BUCK'S OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY. MARCH 5, 1887. HI HENRY'S MINSTRELS...

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. — 1 March 1887

fr .dMiBMakiiaaM REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING LAR(T1 1, 1887. - . . - i.-i . v - -, i & J-. j- - jjplwS' -- . U&! gyiH!gsgeWCTll-ls-fiNMBgMMW---l-BI--B-B-B--BP- - z&i& . r-'r vr I' usiSI3s?S' MAPLE SUGAR 12 1.2c PER l'OUXD. NEW MAPLE SYRUP $1.00 PER GALLON. Send U8 your Orders for Canning. 1.000 BUSHELS Or fine, White Pearl Potatoes, 50c per bu., at either store. tohi vd&cQS BARBAIN STOKES, 1 tuid S3 Vnt Main St. and 40 Suth Mar ket SU, Springfield, O. HERE' Advance Styles Spring Hats. HATTER AND FURNISHER, XO. 5 EIST HUN STREET. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED A rouna lady to learn dreai mak . a. . a.at .nnl. A 11 IDC. VH1J gWQ "Bli rtM "ff'J -- Mrs J. A..Cuihlg.2.1Ua-l-beritTOt.outh 01 till ion street. " WA T ANTED Two (rood, atnmz bop, to nrtp J 7.m. rii .ik P. Wlllli Sou. No wyr - --- - - inuth l mMionc nrecu ' WASTED TO REST Home ol nve or i. rwns. dt man and wife without children. & T. -. -.a . - mnnmr rtt tn nmufflM nd rMLAannbl rent. Address, r or Kent,"...

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. — 2 March 1887

?fe ,JB . , - -'--JV".JW inwuumna' nwjcuuPJWti imngftrtd grpublu OLDEST DILT-LRGE$I CIRCULATION. best uieiibii. medium. priflfuM jgtpuMfc I'KICK OF OAII.V :j pxm illl TEH CENTS PER WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., "WEDNESDAY EVEXINCJ. MAJiCLE '2, 1HS7. VOL. XXXIII NO. 5: PRICE TWO CENTS. JWWSmM&lvlm!:MmllmmltKnmMarrfTntio mum titm $tpnhut. K-- WEATHER FACTS. WBtiiOTo.Marchi Ofcto: M I Fair weather, followed by I fS tcvl rains: eoldfr. with cold I j waieln northern jwrtlon. t" SPRIXwFIKLD. , O., i 2, 1SS7. ) Alarch 2 A little 5c pair of suspend ers not over a foot and a half long. Try them one by one, pull them, they 11 stand it ; stretch them, try them if you like, and when you have found the pair that touches your feelings most happily, pay your nickle and take them home and tell of the others you saw hanging next, a 10c size for your brother, or the 20 centers, longer by a foot. The weighty ones at 25c, or the more dressy with silk ends at the same, and some 30c and 36. Very easy to get...

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. — 2 March 1887

,Sr'3jt--"i3K3!3fjafc- -'aiMhai KEPTBUC, WEDXlrm iSVJESJDCG MAIK II -2 1SR7. COAL CHAMPION CQALAND ICECO. Mireesor to C C. Tnjlor & Mm, K. . Ki:i.l., M. M. IIKIX-.KH, President See. Treas. II VOrtE-5. Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. ,:i:nts rois SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON 15KOS.' AXD CHAMPION JACKSON. IHEITEIJUIBIIlHDgifii:i YKXI IK ACIT 1C WOOD AND KINDLING. We Veen a full line ol all brands of Cement, l'laster, lUlr, Fire IlricL and Clay, Chimney and Sewer l'ipe. imngficlrt $cpublu EVEXIXW AX1) WEEKLY. The Biri'ltLIC prlt thewTork aid Wes tern VssorUtrJ 1'rcs, ll.p.tche.l th Kltr Cable (torelcalTelerrata. C. M. MCIlDI.s.. rKPiT. Tiux. :. HKOW.V. MLC'TANDTEkAP. SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING GBHF1I1, Publishers and Proprietors. Till: KVKXINO KKl'liltMO Is published every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate ol Us. per week. Single copies 2c. , tiik i:i:ki.y kepuiilic is published every Thursday, and Is oue of the most com plete family newspapers In the country . eight pages,...

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. — 2 March 1887

wwwii'ww jum.11,1 iMttiMef-stt?!ss!t''ir'& xmvrmjc, Wednesday evening :lecit -2. isrt. if r AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TWO Ml.HTs, THUBSDAY AND FRIDAY, MARCH 3 AND 4. THE MT)1IU tnVIXTIC ICTrtK. FHEDERIGyRYTOI FORQiVEN! A Drams of Intense Hunitn Interest. The mwt C inp'cnom Success ot the Present Srasun. A great play, grandly acted." New ork lalty News No persoucau afford to miss witnessing Mr Hryton's performance New Ttork World Prices ;V.W,iif scats now on sale at Harris s Cigar More. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1887. HI HENRY'S MINSTRELS! 5 SLTEKIOK l'EKFOKYERS lltan rntlre, ew ami Original lrugvatn. Matchless lirst Part. Cirri? Superb. Olio, llrilllant Alteraiece. tirand Polo Clog Tourna men. Ms End .Men. Mr Cloc Dancer, six Comedian, six snug and llance Artists, a score or Splendid ocallsts. liorgeous oon day street Tirade by our UNRIVALED MILITARY BAND Note the Low Trice J ale at Tierce s Hook charge ie. .'. Vc seats on More without eitra A.! "Land ot the I!l...

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. — 2 March 1887

i mi i iii in Mtrmmismmmmmml. . , j REPTJT,U( AVEDKESDAY EVENING .MARCH" 2, 1887. BffJ MAPLE SUGAR 12 l-2c PER POUJiD. NEW MAPLE SYRUP $1.00 TER (J ALLOW Send us your Orders for Canning. 1.000 BUSHELS Or fiiio, White Pearl Potatoes, 30c per bu., at either store. kto&3 iWC BARGAIN STORES, 91 and 03 Wt Slain St. and 40 South Mar. fcet M, Wprtncfleld, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WASTED II work. A rood Ctrl lor Keneral hocs Apply at 111 ncrtti Limestone SJt WANTED Immediately: cood Kirl for cen tral housework. Apply 151 west Pleat- ant street, or &S Arcade. 2t. WASTED A young lady to learn dress mak Inc. Only good sewers need apply to Mrs. J. . Cushinc. Ml Gallagher street. aout h of Clifton street. 51b TTTANTKD Two cood, strong boys to help pipe filters. Call at R. P. ai south Limestone street. Willis' & Sons. So "WASTED House, about 7 rooms; central IT location. Address. S.T. Co.. M Areade- WASTKD-Ladles. local or traveling. A l wonderful entirely new specialty for la dies...

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. — 3 March 1887

amnmuiaMtuiMnifloaijiw ' ' WiOWCiC&&V "WIS-- -" 1 lttMic Springfield i (public; I'KICK OF 1)A1I. : .Spunflfifld grpublu oldest o,h.y-urgest circulation. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. ONLY TEH GENTS PER WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., TriTKSDAY EVENING. .MARCII :i, 1887. PRICE TWO CEN TS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 53. &&2&5eaMfM!-i patttt Jlpritiljfiew WtATHER FACTS. WiSMiOTnx. March Ohio liilr wiather. inllimed by JtiiElier temperature. SrRINGFiri.D, O., ,.! March ;, iSS OUR TRUMPS By way of fine goods for dress occasions, either made before or to measure, are such mar vels for quality and price as to cause consternation among competing dealers whose facil ities enabde them to show only the poorer, cheaper qualities in ready-made stock. The success that has at tended our efforts in placing before the public the finer qualities in suits and separate garments than are usually found among ordinary deal ers is indeed gratifying. The best evidence of our growth and prosperity in fine garment...

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. — 3 March 1887

Z3sz. 1 1 Mi uwamrn n H"EPrnU( TIITIM VY LJSMS(.. M R( I! .", IsS' iA-'e1- -t -&sr. pringfirld jjkpubltc EVEXINH AND WEEKLY; The UMTllLIC pri.t. thr Sew Tork tad In tc ra AuoriattJ l'ma Dl.patrfct.aaa tat Krat. r Catlc(Foreli;a)Trlrcra... C. 31. NICHOLS. rtEsIDbT. THOs. a. BROWS, ec'TANDTiiAB. SPIlfiEFIElD PUHLISHIHG CDINIT. Publishers and Proprietor. NEW CARLISLE. niB irmi i. jiKKrfsa. It Is being urged In certain circles that .. ,, ... ,. ,. . .. ... ... t,m... kw CarlisLL, March XOentle spring the citizens meeting, at the w igwara Frlda ,., filo . ,,,.,., illlrt .,.. .lltl evening, is not called in good faith, but Is ' another lias been the eeneral order of tin simply a sham to defeat the police bill, weather the past week. During the kI This is unjust to the citizen who inaugiir- f Saturday eveninir. the root was blown .t,l lh ....flnir ns i.l.i.nst Hln-rlv will lw " ""' """ " '"r- l""ei Il.llllieL, Ml 1111' gl en tor a fair ami wholesome discussion (of tiie bill. If those w...

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. — 3 March 1887

rl---i-.W-aXJ'ti-S'- ; ?-OJfei'4S5fCCrtpi?" - trEPmLTC. TIIL'IISJJAY EVLXLNG CAHdl .'J. 1SS7. 5tfcSaettf2aissBaafct l M AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TWO XUiUTS, THUH5DAY AND FfilQAY. MARCH 3 UNO 4. THK rOTtlF I. E"V.T1C ACTol. nra k BRYTON FORGIVEN! A Irma or IntoiKp llunnii Interest. The m t 0 msp'cunus Success ot thi I'nscnl S.'ason. A great play, .;randly acted' Xew York Daily News. No person can aft ird toml-is witnessing Mr. Hn ton's performai ct' -Xew York World. Prices 7.V. W. iir Seats now on sale at Harris's Cigar More blackoperaThouse saturdayt march 5, 1887. HI HENRY'S j MiNSTRELSIj 25 SLTEUIOi: t'EKFOKMEKS Inno KDIIntu nntl Originnl Program. 1 Matchless First Tart. Circle Superb. Olio, lliilllant Alterpiece.4!ranl Polo Clog Tourn ment. Six Knd Men. Sir CI112 Dancer . Ml Comedtaus, Six NMig and Dane Artlsls. a Score ot splendid Vocalists, iSorgeoui Noon day Street Parade by our UNRIVALED MILITARY BAND X'ote the Low Prices 2c.Sc. 50c Peats on sale at Tierce's llook More w...

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. — 3 March 1887

5k Jnrnriii i in 'muni OWlWMWlll Ml IIIBWWWMWBfcMMWtaiMWW i.jijsr w tS' ri RKPTTBTJO, THURSDAY EVELSTG MARCH :i, 18SY. DO YOU BUY A Sugar, 6c per pound. Extra C Sugar, 5 l-2c a lb. Yellow C Sugar, 5c per lb. Potatoes, 50c per bushel. Eggs, 15c per dozen. 10 bars German Soap, 25c. 6 bars White Russian Soap, 25 cents. ' ML i i French Villa Seap, 5c - New Maple Sugar, 12 l-2c lb. New Maple Syrup, $1 a gal. AT EITHER STORE. LiSvvWc BARGAIN STORES, SI and 93 Writ Main St. and 40 South Mar. krt St.. NprlnntUld, O. HERE! Advance Styles Spring Hats. HATTER AND FURNISHER, NO. 5 E4ST MAIX STBEET. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TTTAXTEn-To Inform housekeepers that 1 I? will attend U varntshlnc turnlturr at their own houses, puttint up window ibades aud jobbing In ceneral. ou receipt ol postal addressed to .John Thompson. 136 west l'leas ant street. 53am' WAXThD A rood girl for general noose work. Applf at 111 north Limestone street. Ml WANTED A fount; ladTto learn dress msW Ins. Only good sewers nee...

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. — 4 March 1887

IMimma!f&t!&K&tt&5taa!auiaiim em-tiBtaemtiitsiaKaimra . ,&tiKsee9iBintfwx witiflfiel ItoU printjfictd gcpubtU OLDEST DMLY-URGEJt CIRCUUTIOK. BEST ADVERTISING MEOUIM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 54. I'KICK OF DAILY: ONLY TEN CENTS PEB WEEK. PRICE TWO CEN rs. SPKIN'GFIEU), O., FJtrTXAY EVEXINC.. MARCH 4, 1SST. itattMtr. as, M n- r i -VtATHER FACTS. WtiitinoTox Marrli Ohio, eiirr&ll) falrvveathrr, older follonei by warmer, north easterly winds SPRINGFIELD, ), O., ) 4. 18S7. J March While old Boreas riots abroad, blowing cold defiance at the weak, wintry sun, it must be our endeavor to wage successful war against him, and keep mankind in com fortable habiliments at this time and at all times, by fur nishing hefts in clothing, fur nishing goods, etc., to equal any emergency. Expect to rind us well prepared with ves tures suited to all tricks in weather at prices no competi tion can meet within one profit. Spring overcoats are taking preference over heavy weights, though the h...

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. — 4 March 1887

wffiriiiirilifci-ii a?,"' --- mmm :. nKprnnr. runny evexixg, march i tap-; , -J ft COAL CHAMPIOX COAL A0 ICE CO. Nnrcor to C C. T)lr Sou. UI.l.t.Y, President , iir.ir.i:, f. Treas, ST 11. VOUKS. Manner. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE mii.i: a;i:nt ion SUNDAY CHEEK, JOHXSOX BROS. A-D CHAMPION JACKSON. NQ BETTER JACKSON THAN OURS AJN'TIIltA-CITK:, WOOD AND KINDLING Vi keeia full line ol all brands ol Cement, Piaster, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Clilninefnnd Stvt Pipe, Springfield Republic KVESISli AMI WEEKLY. The lUrrni.K'rri.t. tw York a4 ff trrn tswrlatrJ l're lli.patrnxaad the It'atfr Cable (FrflraTflrrama. C. M. NICHOLS. raCslllfcNT. THOs. i. I1KOWN. MCT AMlTkHH. SPSIKSFIEID FOELISHIIE CBHNI1, Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK UVP.NING UEITIILIC U published every ev mine except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate ol 10c. per pL. Slnsle otile 2-. TriK ivki:klt Ri:rnti ir i, published c very Thursday, and I one ol the nvt com rlita family newsrapers In the country : elcht p:;e, market cmplet. R...

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. — 4 March 1887

. s&iSPt&jeJLA-SSs. iWfcWMtiWu'WMgxooaj. -- tiiiinrtmjBf.aawiBinn mi mi nmn ni:rrnr.K . fimdav evesim, abctt -i, isrt. CMUDeaawBiMM r AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TWO NUiHTs, THURSDAY M FRIiUY. MAfiGH 3 MB 4. THE -!1F. VOU-lNTI. ACTiiK. FORGjVEN! A Drama or Intense liuni'ii Interest. The m tit C np'o'iim- Success ot tin l'rj9iil S asm. A treat play, grandly acted." New York Daily News. No person can afford totniss witnessing Mr. Breton's performance New York World. Prices -7.V. W. 2.V Seats now on sale at Harris's Cigar store BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1887. HI HENRY'S MINSTRELS! 2: SCl'r'lUO't 1'EUFOKMERS lain Entire, New ami Original 1'rocraru. .Matchless Pirst Part. ( Irrle Superh. Olio. Brilliant Attcrpsece. ntnd l'olo Clog Touina ment. Ml Lnd ilen. sii Clog Dancer, six Comedians, Six Smig and Dance artists, a Score of -plen1id Vocalists, liorgeous Noon- oay street raradeuyour UNRIVALED MILITARY BAND Xoie th( Ijw Tribes: 2k Sc. .Vie Seats on . at Tierce's U....

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. — 4 March 1887

MWGMi KEPCTBTJO. KK1UA , E ESlNt. MARC 'If 1, 1887. II! DO YOU BUY O HIE -A. IF? A Sugar, 6c per pound. Extra C Sugar, 5 l-2c a lb. Yellow C Sugar, 5c per lb. Potatoes, 50c per bushel. Eggs, 15c per dozen. 10 bars German Soap, 25c. 6 bars White Russian Soap, 25 cents. French Villa Soap, 5c. New Maple Sugar, 12 l-2c lb-. New Maple Syrup, $1 a gal. AT EITHER STORE. BARGAIN STORES, 01 and 03 Wrrt Main St. and 40 South Mar ket St., SprltiKtt'l'l. O. II. C LYON. THEO. UUUL. HOHULYON RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS AXD FAMILY SUPPLIES. The Neat Canned aad Bottled Good?. SUIrtlj rare and Fint-Cla8 Uoodg, at Liwest Prices. The Late C. T.,WardGrocery, ;: WEST MAIN ST., Corner of Center, Sprlngtteld, 0. TELEPHONE NO. 3S. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED Immediately; good girl for een eral bouse work. Apply 151 west Pleas ant street, or 65 Arcade- Reference reilred. ITTAXTED To Inform Lonsekeepers that I IT will attend to varnlsnlns furniture at their own houses, puttlnc up window shades and Jobbing In ...

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