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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 5 March 1887

"i" V --4&I 3&"NS1 ftto VsTi PiTf .-'i-W. s?ss ? v s a "o i, 'Tniw i i mm f ml$ fteptMfr Springfield grpuMU OLDEST OtltY URGES! CIRCULATION. BEST ADJERTI51HG MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 55. Springfield guputjlfc I KICK ll 1MII.1 : ONLY TEN GENTS PER WEEK. SPREXGFIELD, O., SATriTDAY EVENING, MARCH .", l.sVT. PRICE TWO CENTS. faiV JlprittjlfMft m iB i "VfcATHER FACTS. Vn'"-iit..M irfhl Ohio Main rsni. warmer SlRINGFIKLI), O., ) March 5, 18S7. J THE SHORT ROUTE To satisfaction is that which leads directly to OWEN BROTHERS The Great Manufacturing Clothiers of the West ; near est branch, 25 and 27 West Main street, Springfield, O. One price, cash and no mis representations and all that sort ol thing, is our way strictly. We interest people with small incomes and large, j c ., j coarse notions ana line, ana see to it that their money pays out at the rate of a hundred cents for every dollar. You can afford to come miles for what you cannot get at home. You can afford to come a great di...

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. — 5 March 1887

r -JWMSjAffiSWwtfcB-rM, REPVTJUC, 5LV1VRDA.Y KVKSI.N. MAKCIl : 1587 1 if s&sj s RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOR. Jottings Set Down From Day to Daj During the First Week of Spring. The Crt-at llatlllrntinn Meeting on the Repeal orthelttnrkIjw TheJiietlnn ( the Inter-Marrlace nt the lUtren A Chapter n the Diphtheria ami th. MulM-Sjmilm tif tht Latter Wallace1 1 ecture on a Main street Uerr The rnml m Aula teur Thun.ler sheet V Tem perance l-.iperliiii'iit Inter eating "Note nml New. A chance visitor vvlio tfeil dropped into the great ratification meetuiK attliewic wam lat Momlaj night, would liave sup posed that a second emancipation of the colored race vva. Items' celebrated With pood reavtn did tin" colored men of fcpnnp field shout, for their ifforts It was which accomplished the repeal of the "black laws" These law would undoubtedly still be In force had It not been for the persistent ef forts of a little bind of colored men in this citj In bringing the nntter before the legi - lature. Th...

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. — 5 March 1887

KKPL'IJIJC, ATriiDAT EVENLNL! MARCf! : ism THE LIME KILN CLUB. UrMlier 4?ari1ner I jirc.r. llliinlfoa I ..rlniir Irlliiic. "Ar Itrulder luitllo JncLwa uulo hall toinhhtr' blandly oueried tl preMdijit a- ihe ni..-tiii,r oiwnw"!. Iu -Ohio was vi-ilde lie was lml In th Won and ha lids shoes oiT to tirMo his thll (lain Afler a littio iklaj hein-ide his way t lne upjHT oinl of the hall anil the presi tUiit oonlitiuod "Hruil lei JaiLwii,le njHirt has crone to iudnt icuoi tillnriortunesiiitoTiiavl.ur h kl furdi. Miiall nun of two lilts a puso.i." Y, ah, ! lin tellm a fen Avoube bmaimiuUrof dis club fur de laV two v'ars jou musMie aware of de faek dat fornxne telliu solhn dream liooks an nil lAtrtnfnnnvnnm arm onr ruins. A j.asson whoW)N out to hev his fuchcr pre- dieted am soft in tie head, de puon who takes inone to predict it am a knave I hhall mspend jou from nieinlKrship fur thre m inths a' if we h ar dat j ou am still in do swindhn' bizness jou will be exjiilled fur etiod You kin nut ...

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. — 5 March 1887

HEPUBTJC SATCKIUV EV'tfaViiVG, .LtfCiH r. 1887. i -H -1 ' COAL CHAMPION SMit-cessors to C C. , KKI.lV. Tresident II VOI1KS, HKIMiKS, Sec. Treas. Manuer. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. MII.K AGK.VTM KOlt SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON BROS.' AID CHAMPION JACKSON. NO BEHEaJACKSON THAN OURS VXT 111 tACIT l'". WOOD AND KINDLING. "iVe Veep a full line l all brands ot Cement, I'lasler, Hair, Fire l.rlck and day, Chlmnry and Sewer ripe. Springfield JUpublic EVEXIXH AXU WEEKLY th nrr mi.ic prit te sw irk ad w- ten tworltrll'rr,IiipitfkMItkr Ittittr Cable (Fanig a)T,leram. MCUOI.s. THOs. (J. IIKOWN", k.r'T iu ti- SP9IHGFIELD PUBLISHING CDMPAIY. Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK F.VENISO UKt'l'IILlC Is published every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate ot 10c. 1-er week. Single copies 2c TIIK U'KKKLY RKI'IIIILIC Is published every Thursday, nod Is one of the most com ...... .-...IT.. ,...., -n..... In ftlO OAltntrT . right paces, markets complete. Kepiete with ni-ws and miscellany. 11 per fea...

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. — 5 March 1887

llKWnUC, SATURDAY EVESLS'G 1LVRCTT .". 1887. t v n AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE LENTEN LAXITY. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1887. HI HENRY'S MINSTRELS! J.. SirEItlOK l'EKFUKMKKS In mi Kiitlrr, rt ami Orlglni-il rrucrnnt. M-tcliI"H Firt Tart. Urcle Superb. Olio. ItrillUnt -MttTpie-c. .nu-t Polo Clog Tourna ment. Sx Kint Men, Hi floe lUnrer-. rir tMiJUiiH, Six nc ami lncr ArttsM, a Score ol "fieri did .xMltstH, (iooieoift Noon day Mreet Parade by our UNRIVALED MILITARY BAND Xote the Low Ibices 2V. c. vc. treat on sale at Pierce's Hook Store without extia charge. A Week in Which Society is Absolutely Dormant and Fails to Percept ibly Hespire. ARABIA ! "Land of the Mr sed. the Euulne Kden ' "Walking np the luiMen Malrs." WltueVi the horses vvail. up the "Hair Into Illsck's opera nnw at . o'clock .Monday evening. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Sprinirfeld.SU Mchtfr and Two-Matinees, com me net nj; MONDAY EVEMMJ, MAIU'II 7. Matinee HVdnedar and Saturday, 2 t. m. rKOt'. 11 K. CKUCKI.K EQUi RATION ALS! KIII'...

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. — 5 March 1887

--TWMil-jMiBBMlMMaaafrSii 1 Hi r, KEimnJC, SATUHDA.Y KYESIXC. MAHCIJ ." 1SS7 WW 1 REPROOF. lnrlvii!iTj'h'l Iihllm: Tree tuirf-esin.'H knife gome atiguujKsl onnda must lart Y or oft tlmr iom talks tin", ten lere-st en Thl lie- ithUi the touch of n julm xYLo ke ns for lov a s s-t imhrol.eii calm. Like Iwvath of some HoMtiates iloisteresl lraT, Xor UvoU the storm that fivts tb. tnuiiiul " Aft mJ a discord quavering through its aliu. Belittles love TliAt Irxe Is iniest. Is-st XVhichbraecl) Iranuto facuull Litur Uungs, And yet in annverinj; ilom' Inch t-liest r orpvtH no word of its uwrt t utit nnpi, And even as p rforcv it wields the knife Eecall ith its funds Uss to streiur-r life Urcli Xniol L p CAPITOL SIT DIES. SOME OF THE PECULIARITIES OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. The iltol a IteiuaiLahle 1'lare for the Mlilrr lllliiziiiox Xlrs. frsvlalld's llimiH-nirj lttoii CorUe-tt Senator I- vart Hmta t Wrt Xirsmla (le-Hl Oonvsisen lMtcp ( Wxshim.tos, FY US" Tle Capitol ls a iTinarkahle iilaee for tl...

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. — 5 March 1887

bw mw wa nwammaw iu-sswp . Mm i IMC PUBLIC, SATI'TIP.VY KVENtNC; MAPtOIT : 17. WOIIK OF A MODKL MLLE. EUA WRITES OF HER OWN STUDIO EXPERIENCE. THrBlniiliig Murk Hlim a I. tile Cirl All lnrv-liMMl Mother IHfTerenre Ilclwerll French ArtiftU ami American rainier. The MimIM' Ideas. M companion' .sere many of Ihem models and one day, I retiieiiiU-r it ell. I was onl 12 jenr old at the time, a fru ml said to me: "Kim, how would you like to pose for mi artist M. Corros, fhe great painter, wants n little girl to sit for him He is making a canvn of a village scene, mid he asked me to llml somelmdy, and jim are just the one that would suit him '" 1 didn't dare to tell my mother, hut ne.t morning, with a fast treating heart. I knocked nt the door of M. Corros' studio I had not long to wait, for a tall man with a kindl) face and a musical voice oened the ilimr and said. "Come ill, little girl." in a manner that made me feci nt home at once It was anoddplncpand 'confess I was rot a little nil er...

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. — 5 March 1887

lsqpsgwr- Sfe. " igV - P&i" REPUBLIC. SATURDAY H EN INK MAI.CIl - 1887. ;. fir JM ri& . T ?, f- .' 0H,N svs SM 1 s &a DO YOU BUY OK IE -A-DP A Sugar, 6c per pound. Extra C Sugar, 5 I -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. r....k llillfi Cnon Ko NewJiaDie suqarj2i:2c ib. New Maple Syrup, $1 a gal. AT EITIIElt STORE. kto&xdtC BARGAIN STORES, 1 mad S W-t Main St. itml 4 Soutli Mr krt St.. Kirlii-tlHil, O. HERE! Advance Styles ing Hats. HATTER AND FURNISHER, NO. 5 EiST MAIX STREET. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WAXThD-I'ersnn ho are unable to per- form manual labor to know that they are I entitled, bv law. to -30 per month All such hmiM eu atnn on inos Roberts. I t pen Ion azent for Increase. t home evenings ! Linden ave. wt WANTKD-Immedlately. food clrl for sen eral house work. Apply 151 west Peas ant street, or 55 Arcide. Reference required WANTEI-To Inform housekee...

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. — 7 March 1887

Stis i niiin'HUtfmMBMuaauMii-un 3 aito fte Springfield gcpublu OLDEST D.ILY-UftGEST CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 1'ltICK OK4IAlf.l . KILT TEN CENTS PER WEEK. VOL. XXXIII NO. 56. SPIiLXGFJELT), O., MONDAY EVENING, MARC'LI 7, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. trnwflfijew public. IT WtATHER FACTS. WBBlotoii.MarchT. Ohio: Ur. colder weather; north- Jwrslerlv winds. Springfield, O., March 5, 1S87. J THE SHORT ROUTE To satisfaction is that which leads directly to The Great Manufacturing Clothiers of the West ; near est branch, 25 and 27 West Main street, Springfield, O. One price, cash and no mis representations and all that sort of thing, is our way strictly. We interest people with small incomes and large, coarse notions and fine, and see to it that their money pays out at the rate of a hundred cents for every dollar. You can afford to come miles for what you cannot get at home. You can afford to come a great distance to a place where $5 goes as far as eight, nine and sometimes ten or ele...

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. — 7 March 1887

fos"Mja i---- - im- iirifealr" -$J,; . .?.t'r&i.'rr?ig& aiMiri -"-'' HMMMflS IU2PT7BLf MONDAY" iVllNG, M..UC11 ,aaiiKaiggWBBMfcKWMtoOMMaiw ssxv. SHiipnsaBgissBnHEHIIIMnitlWIMinMHI' COAL CHAMPION K s. ki:i.i.. 51. m. iii:i.ks, Tresl Jent Jec. Trcas. II XOiiK Manager 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. soli: aui.nts toii SUNDAY CUEEK, r.TJTC,i-.vr -.j Dj , JUilSLI l)KUo ! AXO CHAMPION JACKSON. NQ BETTER JAGKSON THAN OURS AJSTl II ACITH. WOOD AND KINDLING. " " "" We keep a full line ol all brands ol Cement, l'laster, Hair, Fire Brick and Claj, Chimney and Sewer l'ipe. Springfield $cpubUt KVEMXU AM) MEKKU. Tk BIT! III.IC prUI. thr Srw Tork d Wf trr 4.Mrllf J I'res. I.ptrkfd th Ilfttfr tatlt(ForrU)Tflrc"m. M. MCHOI. ruiaiDrsT. Tiios :. iiuw, s-rc'r AsnTRkAS. .itmxiipirii, nntiiiniiitin nnlinmu SPH1NGF1ELD PUBLISHING GQMFA1Y. Publishers and Proprietors. THK E1EMMI KK.rinil.lC is published eieryerenlnseicept aDtaF. ano Is aeuv eredat the rate ot 10c per week. copies .c T1IK WEKKUT KKfl3III.IC 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. — 7 March 1887

JTti&29 Lftt-Selafi ifEPtfotTc, Mom-w EMJns'iycaQVRcnir, iss. -..',,,,- '- "A. 43r AMUSEMENTS. -A-IR-A-IBI-A. ! "Lund of the Messed, the Kcjuiue Eden. " "WalltlnK up I lie Golden flairs Witness the hone walk up the Mam Into ISIack's opera house at 7 o'clock Monday evenlnir. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE t'princflflJ.Mi NiiifotHiWMi TwitM-ttliicet, i commt- ritnii,; ' MONDAY KVKMMJ, 3IAKCII 7 ' Matinee Wednesday and S.ilurday. Z ... in. 1 iiiof. vu k. cituniKio EQUIRATIONALS! i:iH'l'.TKI Alt UMAX 16. HORSES. IS. 22 IVrformriiif-tr in ojht,. lum- lMtttburi; 1 ; 2 iHTliirmaiicft in Arvti Ntrrt ..jtrr.i liou-e. I'lt-ladelpht:, 1. 4-. iH'rformaures in WindsorTheatcr.ltvHt- n Mav It., ui.dt-rUnd v,t ordinary word of the Kaclith lanu&e. No trick in-iiif r cum lwnoiUf nmlfs; f vtrv hoft? a picture Thf motttnarielnu aud inti-r -Mi tig exhibition of the ace. combining all tint is wonderful, atmnlnsanit lutereMltm In anti.i.tl education Popular prices admission -i'c. k and 5"e. J GRAND OPERA HOU...

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. — 7 March 1887

l" iSSS!vjVo's-Si3?t. . -ffc. ...,,-: v'v--.. Ckik.1V--. J JWTvw, Sr-??iSElC5i ggii-gC.WJf.vag'SSHaJ- ty'-gry.y--: v--.-:?- - aassSs E 35- it m REPUBLIC1. MONDAY EVENING MARGIE 7. 1887. wsKir3 DO YOU BUY CHEAP ? 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, 91 and 93 VTtvt Main SU and 40 South Mar- krt U, Aprlnjctirld, O. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED. IITW'TKI) L&dl.localortrartlln. Avon II derful rntirrly cw iiwlally tor ladle onl SI dally easily made, lo photo; no liilntlns, jurtlcuiar lire. Jin. H. t. uiiic. Chicago. Ill 5n t WAMEl- Miorthand scholar. A lady, a IT thoroughly romietrnt teacher, wishes scholars In tiborthand. Prices moderate. Call at No XM west lllcu street. Sfit TTAXTEI An Intelligent, earnest man to IT represent a l...

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. — 8 March 1887

aBKyggg-af 'J j? -re-" - , MiMdHMMMMBMMMM aiMWBIIfaHMMilWWaiii 'i!.,mi!iftmi ttn fttfrlie prinnfictd ScpuliIU; I'UicK or iaii.v 3 mm OLDEST 0A1LY-URGEST CIRCULATION. BEST MEHTISING MEDIUM.I VOL. XXXIII NO. 57. DILI TEN CENTS PEH WEEK. SPKES'GFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVES US (J, .MARCUS, 1SS7. PRICE TWO CENTS. "SS7-" 35SMr- 'teas-' v find w I s WtATHER FACTS. I WimiiaTOii. March s Ohio tar weaUier. i.mowea 111 northern portion by light rxius- his-her temperature SrRIN'GFIELI), O .0., ) , 1SS7. j March S Look sharp ! There is but one Owen Brothers' clothing establishment in the city ; but one place where all sorts of men's, youths', boys' and children's wearing apparel is sold from factory to consumer direct at the single profit above cost of production. If you are cash buyers ; if it is your choice to buy at one price, with all the chicanery and trickery out of the goods, out of the dealing, all the goodness put into every gar ment possible to get in by close watch over home work men, your...

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. — 8 March 1887

- - - - . . V" . !- ZF er . . Ei-- , . -,' . awawt&ggg MW'II s 1RS7. ; TtKPrr.LI( Tt LI)AY ELXIXG. M smI ...- " ; - pringficUl 4j.ri.ubUt EVEXIXH AMI ..EFKLY. Tkr lit PI Kl IC rrlt tW tfw Tori uit fffi trr lasorlattil 1'reas lliipatrhtiaail the Kratrr .aM(torfl(a)TrlFtraina. V M NICHOLS, ratsIDtNT. tii. ; iihowv. Ml 'TAsDTHHK SPB1HEFIELD PUBLISHING COMPANY, Publishers and Proprietors. THK riKMMI KKI'1'lll.lO t publllhed eieryevenlnseicept Sunday, ana Is deliv ered at the rate ot lfc per week, blngle c6ples2c TIIK 1VUKL1 Rl 1'ITIILIC is published every Thursday and is one of the most com plete family uewspaiier in me conniry eit!ht pages, market, eompletn with news and miscellany II Replete per year. invariably cash Inadvauce MI communication, and contribution, h uld lw addreswt to Ci ii-niN M Nichois, etltor and all bulnes letter, to Thomas 1! llaoaN. manager. linmil Id nril IHVf Ivbl I IililL hi ILIMAli, SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. Telephone No. 2o. TUESDAY EVEfllNG. aURCH 8. 1887 vit. ...

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. — 8 March 1887

Ktaaaaaaaaaaar,aa IJlBaMWIWBWtoiWai iimi itt ii iw rtmia jtmrwm! lVEPTTiLlC. TUESDAY EVEXIXG MATvClI . 18R7. IS- i ft- 2l 1 a. 3.? AMUSEMENTS. -Land of the Messed, the Eiuine Kden ' "Walklnc up the Golden stairs. Witness the horses walk up the stairs Into Mark's opera house at " o'ctov k Moiidai eeninc. i BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE' princtieM, ix NigliHamt Tui-Matlnrta j commencing ' MONDAY EVKMXU, MAKCI. 7. Matinee Wednesday ami Saturday. J p.m. ' TltOF. K. K. (KUfKEIfl EQUi RATION ALS! KPIOVTKII AKKIllAX ie. horses, le. 21 IVrformanres in opera house. Pittsburg. l'a 2s performances in Arch street opera lioue. Ptiitadrlpht t. l'a 40 performances In Windsor Theater. Dost, n .Mass. i li.e understand etcr ordinary wont of the KncUsh language No trick ptmtes or rum bersome mulea, etere hor.e a pi-ture The most manrlous and Inter -stlns eehlbltlon of the age. combining all that U wonderful. amn:ngand Interesting In animal education Popular prices admission c,.ic and dm. . RRAND flPPRA HflllQF ...

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. — 8 March 1887

X REPtTPJjr. TITESDAY EVENING MARCH" 8. 18S7. -THRSB LOTS OP- $145 QOOID V-A-XiTTE THE LONDON LENTEN GOODS COUGH HIES! New Mess Mackerel in kits. New Xo. 1 Mackerel in kits. J New No. 2 Mackerel in kits. New No. 1 White Ffch in kits. New No. 1 Pickerel in kits. New No. 1 Herring in kits. Holland Herring in kegs. Smoked Halibut and Codfish. All kinds of Canned Fish at lowest prices. fcrtJtfTdtC BARGAIN STORES, 91 and 93 Wssvt Main St. and 40 South Mar. art St., Springfield, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. HAVING entirely refitted my atore. I take Pleasure In presenting my customers with as fine a line of Imported and domestic goods as the eastern market affords. STt TrTAXTEDLadlei.local or traveling. A won derful entirely new specially tor ladles only SI dally easily made: no photo; no pilntlng: particulars free. Mrs. II. . Little. Chicago. 111. 56t WANTED shorthand scholars. A lady, a thoroughly competent teacher, wishes scholars In shorthand. Prices moderate, call at :vo. El west High ...

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. — 9 March 1887

p :v. .-,--,l fmmmmimmm -.--agaaagagwwii-n. .1.. -, j ml Republic fprinflfiiid gtepublfc PRICK or DAILV: pxm j. OLDEST DULY LUGCT CIRCULATION. : BEST HDVEBTISIHG MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 5S. OUT TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPEINGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING. 2.LAJRC1I !, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. if ,- - ' fiew WEATHER FACTS. WiHiOTO.Mrrli1 Ohio Lliht rmliit. followed tv lair weather, becomlne cooler. Springfield, O., ) March 9, 1SS7. J s -To pay well from your pocket is to buy from dealers whose stocks come from Cin- f ... .cinnati jobbing houses. They're all from there but one this one. No other firm in the State manufactures its own clothing but ours. There's big differences in making as well as price, which stands out plain to be seen in every garment from this es tablishment. Then again, we are the only dealers in the city whose prices cannot be budged by keen shoppers. A customer buys, or he 3on't buy, one or the other. There's-no juggling with fig ures. Nothing tucked in that you don't p...

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. — 9 March 1887

.-ssgQbl ..swc -? r-igaaaagggirjr-f iHjii mSPTBUr. "TJ)XET) Y ErEDCG, MARCH 0 18R7. 1 ""Si rip. r COAL CHAMPION u . iicc-iior to C C. Taj lor X Son M. M, M. KKLM, President. 11 llfDOKH, ec.Treas, . VOflES. Manner 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SOLK AU1.NTS FOR SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON BROS.' AXD CHAMPION JACKSON. NQ BETTER JAGKSONTHAN OUHS WOOD AND KINDLING. We keep a fall line til all brands of Cement, Flagler, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney and Sewer Vipe. pringfirlil jttf public ETEXIXO AXI WEEKLY. Tki Kll'l IlLlfprlat. tke.SewTork aadWes tera AMOrlated l"re lll.patrhetaail tht Rtater Cable. (Forel-ra) Telerrami. . M. MCIIOLS. rRISIDIVT. TUIIS. 5. IlKOXYV, hiq't asi Trias SPfllNEFIELD PUBLISHING CDNIPA1Y. Publishers and Proprietors. THE EVKNINO UKI'tUlLlC Is published every eTenlnc except Sunday, and Is dellv eredat the rate ot 10c per week. Single copies 2c. TIIK WETKLT KErnnur Is published every Thursday, and Is on ot t he most com plete family newspapers Id the country, eicht pases, ...

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. — 9 March 1887

ASS"" y i i i jAW i jll' H UI'Wlll'l "' t-: r Mta weaK-aace- n REPTT"BLTC AVEDXESPAY EEyPs"G LVPvCn 0. 1887. ?&$$&: M- AMUSEMENTS. ARABIA ! "Land ol the Blessed, the Equine Edeh." "WalkinR up the Golden Stairs." Witness the horses walk up the stairs Into Black's opera house at 7 o'clock Monday e enlnc. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Sprinefleld, SU NIkIiM and Two Matlue, coin mencl tic MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 7. Matinee Wednesday and Saturday. 2 p. m. l'KUK. E. K. CKOCKEK'S EQUI RATION ALS! EIU'CATEU AKAHIAN ie. horses, le. 22 IVrf.irnuncrs in opera house. Pittsburg. Pa ; 2s performance in Arch street opera house. PhtUdelphia, Pit ; 40 performances In Windsor Theater. l!ost n. Mass. lite, understand eer ordinary word of the Enslish lanruase. No trick ponies or cum bersome mules; eierv horse a picture The most manelous and Inter stinc exhibition of the ace. combining all that Is wonderful, amusinc and intereMlnc In animal education Popular prices: admission :Sc,2"c and .Wc. GRAND OPERA HO...

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. — 9 March 1887

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