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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 10 March 1887

& '-..- lH - attn U$Mfc Springfield g I'KicE or;iw prinnficld Republic OLDEST DIIY-URGEST CIRCULATION. BEST RDVEHTIS1NE IMEDIOH. VOL. XXXIII KO. 59- ONLYiTEN CENTS. SPEENGFiELD, O., THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. mt ajntiflfiew rl 28 : I. WEATHER FACTS. CWitBlnoro. March lC-Ohlo: -- j Fair weather. rmer. y SfRlNGFIKLD, O., ,n, O., ) io, 1SS7. J March It is useless to expect to do a rushing clothing business without having left at the end of seasons, broken lines and broken sizes. We have them ; everybody has them who does anything like a thriving busi ness. And, do you know what we do with closed lots and odd sizes that are "all broke up," a suit of this, two of that, three of another, etc. ? We take the prices down and "waltz them out. This tends to fill in the dull between-sea- son gap that would otherwise find us with folded arms. The lively trot of trade for these very garments we're talking about is taking them from. every stock. f- Many a man is made ha...

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. — 10 March 1887

tAmtlMmfM uli rtijlm ftwm HTSPtrntTC1, THURSDAY JEVreyiffO, MARCH 10 1887. 1 I II! k jt f i l i i? Sfe, pringficUl Republic EVEXIMi AXI) WEEKLY. The KrPl'RMr prlat tho Sew Tori nd Wes tern iaaorlated I'reaa llhpatrhrsaaltha K-iler Cable 'Korclga) Telegrams. C. M. NICHOLS, rBCMDKM. THUS. . HIIOWN. BKC'T AMITRK. SFRINGflElD PilBUSHIIIC COMPANY, , Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK KVKNIXO KKt-Ulll.10 Is published exeryerenlng except Sunday, and Is deli" rredat the rate ol 10c.. per week. Single "copies 2c. TIIK WKKKLY RKl'OKLIC Is published every Thursday, and Is one I the most com plete family newspapers In the country : eight paces, markets complete. Kepiete with news and mls"ellany. 81 per year. Invariably cash In advance. All commnnlcstlons and contributions should be addressed to Ciinov M Nirnoi. editor, and all business letters to Ikiih" Ukovtn. manacer. RE1TBL1C 1.1MLMXG, SPRINOFJEtD. OHIO. Telephone No. 2."0. THURSDAY EVEMKO. MARCH 10. 1887. Kditors are buving walking slux's. We...

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. — 10 March 1887

iS&Y jrjzJVS ..NfMBIMM hepiiblto, tetirsdat eventxg lvich lO. 1SS7. AMUSEMENTS. ARABIA ! "Land of the Clesied.the Equine Eden." "Walking np the Golden stairs." Witness the bones walk up the stain Into Black's opera house at 7 o Clock ;uonaay evening. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Springfield. Six Nights and Two. Matinees, cominencltiK MONDAY EVENING, XAKCH 7. Matinee Wednesday and Saturday-, t p m. 1'KOF. K. IKUCKLKH EQUi RATION ALS! tltl'CATKK ATtAIIlAN ie. horses, le 22 Performances In opera house, Pittsburg, Pa 2 performance in Arch street opera tiouse.rniladelpIila.ra. tit pertorui-ince. la Windsor Theater. Ilt n Mass. Tne, understand eer ordinary word ot the English lang-iag No trick ponies or cum bersome mul", ever horse a picture Hie most mart elous and Inter sting exhibition at the age. combining all that Is wonderful. amu:ngand Internum; In animal education Popular prices admission ic.J and 5c. GRAND OPERA HOUSE FOR ONc NI3HT ONLY, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1887. Till AlltlH OOMEMANS I...

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. — 10 March 1887

REPUBLIC, TITURSDAY EVENING NLARCIT to, 1887, li LENTEN just it. New Mess Mackerel in kits. New No. I Mackerel in kits. New No. 3 Mackerel in kits. New No. 1 White Fi-h in kits New No. 1 Pickerel in kits. New No. 1 Herring in kits. Holland Herring in kegs. Smoked Halibut and Codfish. All kinds or Canned Fish at lowest prices. JYJvdUr(V BARGAIN STORES, 91 and 93 TVnt Main St. and 40 South Mar. art St., prlns;Hrld, O. SHIRTS! Call anil leave jour measure for our FINE CUSTOM SHIRTS Bost materials Perfect in rit. Well Made in any Style. Don't pay traveling humbugs two prices fur Heady-made Shirts, under the pretext of having them "made to order." THE SHIRT MAKER, NO. 5 E1ST MAIN STREET. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTKD-Type-wrttlngtodoafterso clock in the alternoon. or evenings and on bat urdavs. Am a thoroughly competent operator. Address. K. box. US. W HAVING entirely refitted my store. I take pleasure in presenting my customers tth as flue a line of imported and domestic goods as the ...

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. — 11 March 1887

34.- 5ptf8SfiSWWwaCTKffh-.'iw' .. M. VteX-il , Springfield Republic OLOBT tUILY-tUKUT CtlCUUTION. . BEST JDiEBTISIIC MEDIUM. pritigfuld jBfpuMfc I'KICK OF DAILY: OUT TEN CENTS PEA WEEK. VOL. XXXIII NO. 60. SPRIXGFIEU), 0., FRIDAY EYEXLNG, MAHCII 11, 1881 PRICE TWO CENTS. fpvm&fitlft jfetilg $mMte. WEATHER FACTS. E W Buonm. Mirth U-Ohto: Fair father, warmer. i SrRINGFIELD, O., ' March 11, 18S7. NEW, 8TEIere are few, very few, dull days, where new designs, pat terns, shapes and the gar " merits themselves are contin-. ually coming in from the fac- ,tThere's business among the new for those who look for - newness, brightness, nobbi- J nessnn late-made wearings. In&he old,for those who see ftia krthat'the eightyxent dol- j& get -a little more than Rvalue received. Between the "two and you, and we; and our separate dealing methods, business moves. iwNo slack, no dullness, where for $1.00 you get a good, ser viceable big boy's suit. What .you'd think are (but they're not) all ...

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. — 11 March 1887

-SV. ..: t - - '-SI - Jv ' J .'-'''.r a&"i"-J -- J? --- -. .rivets ..-?-.. "Si:- t-tfrrm tn .i?nm a v !? rt?-rrATn -rA-r,nrr nn REPUBLIC'. FRIDAY tiVEMSG, ALAJUCJl II 1S87. -. . COAL CHAMPION Surnaun to C. C Tisylor Son, K. S. KELLY. President. M. M, IIKDUEH. Sec. Treas. II. VOCES. Manaser. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE-ST. hOLK AOEXTS FOB SUNDAY CKEEK, JOHNSON BROS.' AXO CHAMPION JACKSON. NO BETTER JACKSON THAN OURS .AJSTIIltA-CITE, WOOD AND KINDLING. We keep a full line ol all brands of Cement, Plaster, Hair, Klrc Brick and Clay, CMmnejand Sewer Pip priugfirttl Republic EVENING AM WEEKLY. The BkPUBMC prlata lae Sew Tork tad Wes tern ksaeftated Press lllapatekcsaad tke Kratrr CaMe (Fere l(a)Tr Iwtim . 51. XICHOLS. .TKSlDtNT. T1IO--. G. IIKOWJf, SIC'T aM TBX1S. SPB1IGF1ELQ F.IUS1IK COMPUY, Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK EVENING IlEI'dlLIC Is published every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate of 10c. per week. Single copies 2c THE WEEKLY KKl'OHLIC Is published every Thur...

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. — 11 March 1887

&-- REPUBLIC. riUDAV JGNTEttSC MAttCII 11. 1887. !, w AMUSEMENTS. T "Land ot the Blessed, the Lqulne Eden." "Walklnc up the Golden Stairs " Witness the hones walk up the stair into Blacn's open house at 7 o'clock Monday ermine. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE bprtneneld.MiNlfihtsand To Matinees, commencing MONDAY EVENING, MAKCH 7. Matinee Wednesday and Saturday. 2 p. m. I'UOr. K. K. CKUCKtlCS EQU I RATI ON US! EDl'CATEI) AKA1UAX ie. horses, le. 22 Performances In opera house. Pittsburg. I'a . 23 performances in Arch street opera houw. Philadelphia. Pa. 40 performances In Yt I ndsor Theater. Bost-n Mass. They understand even ordiusry vvord ol the Kocllsh lanEU&ce No trick poples or cum bersome mules; ererr horse a pl-ture The ooit mart elous and Inter -stinc exhibition o( the ace. combining all that Is wonderful, amusing and luterestlnc In animal education Popular prices admission Stc.iicandooc. GRAND OPERA HOUSE FOR ONc NIGHT ONLY. ... .--... ... ..... ajAIUHUAY MAKUH IZ. lOO. 7 THE rAM...

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. — 11 March 1887

wasn"r :& , REPUBLIC, PKUXAY EVENING MAR01T II, 1887. BARGAINS White ' 'Ex. C" Sugar 5c per pound Star Crackers. 5c " " Choice Maple Sugar 12Jf " Choice Maple Syrup $1 " gallon Choice Potatoes. 50c " bushel Choice Table Peaches 15c " can Choice Tomatoes. 10c " can 10 Bars German Soap 25c Canned Goods at cost Cheapest Queens warn In the rltv. At rlthur store. V BAR6AIN STOKES, 91 and 03 Vat Main 8U and 0 Sooth Mar ket St Springfield, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WAXTEIV-A man to take an office and rep resent a manufacturer; SSO per week; small capital required. Address, with stamp. .Manufacturer, box 70. West Acton. .Mass. (Din WAXTKO-Type-writin. to do alter o'clock In the afternoon, or evenings and on Sat unlays. Am a thoroughly competent operator. Address. K. box JMS. tub iTfAXTED-Good Ctrl northwest comer II actory and Main streeU. 59a WASTED TO EXCHANGE-A new. hand some, stylish suit of elothlne for two ten dollar bills. Call on or address J. W. Phillips, at east Main. TrrANT...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 12 March 1887

' '' ' P-'r ''' " ' "" T"' ' " iti3uBaiaiM'- 1 1 n i i a 1 1 1 1 i ml Republic Springfield Republic OLDEST DAILT-'.RGEST CIRCUUTION. BEST ADVEBTISINB MEDIUM. liviflficld gcpuMU; I'lCII'K Of DAI 1.1 : 'nsiv tcw pchtc dcd urrr uiili ilii uuiu ilii nLLn. VOL. XXXIII NO. 6i. SPRINGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENl-Xl.. MARCH 12, 1ssT. PRICE TWO CENTS. ' '.-"M 5glBBfttiyTMllJtJjW.OIUfjii!W!liWIl' iWl 1 jforitijtffeift WtATHER FACTS. Wif hikotoii. March 12 -Ohio Fair wratlirr.hli.tier tempera lure SPRINGFIELD, O., ) March 12, 1SS7. J Good! Better!! Best!!! We believe it not possible to better the garments or beat the prices we shall name on the spring products of our Utica, N. Y., factory. Beginning at good (care fully drawing the line between stuffs made to cheat with and good garments for wear) and rising through the varying qualities better and best to hicrh nolish. hitrh crrarlp. P1P gant fitting, made-to measure suits from our custom depart ment, there's not one doubt but what the r. . a ......

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 12 March 1887

mc "yjj'l'lllli I - mi ici J toaawtw T1 . riiMTrSTd REPrBLK', b.TlTRDAV EVEXLMt MAHl'Il 12 1SS7 RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOR. Points of Interest Selected from the Di ary of a March Week. TtaeNcw Lllirnrj -lieiiie A lulilif sub- kirlptitm Sii&ki ste.1 I'np i tlie Wllistle-" Tlie ew I'll 1 Maine Adopt stnml-inl Tiny siprliic- Held as a slum Timii-DirM-- tor f Ciimllillilrs The Lot f an Ka.ir-s I- ni- plua. e The Iliejcle NeHsmi 1 elt, r from Cltnrlle 1 am n One evening not lone apo a ladj stool in tlie Springfield public librarj. and atten tive! watched the crowds which hllesl the hall, t-electln.; books and reading the news paper. "And onlj to think." said she, "that the tpnngheld public keep their li brar In Its present quart rs, vv hen the could have a luagniticent building speciallj adapted for the needs of a librar, bj sim ply supplying apiece of ground for it to stand on. No bonds to be issued to pa) for the building' addition to the lo.nl which the tax pijers groan under, but a $50,...

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. — 12 March 1887

SMMHMMMMIRMi REPUBLIC, fATLTUpAV EVEN ry(i MARCH 12 1RR7. i Chicago's r.iirniDAY. THE YOUNG GIANT OF THE WEST FIFTY YEARS OLD LAST WEEK. M'alfrr Wfllmaii 111 the Murtliiii Story of tlif KlKlith Wonder ot tlin ' World rtiiit. rct ami licuri of lnteret. ISicial Correspondence I CiitCAOrt. March 7. Fifty jenrs ao lnt lYnlay (Mnrrli 41 Chicago city was lm. Duly fifty yeans a mere jvavjii" ilay in the history of m.t of the prat oitto of the worlil, jet measuring the whole life of tins' luty jouiis Kiant of the Most Chiraso is timiu. Alone of oil the really Rre.it rituxof the Rlolio it now- numbers unions it rioter of citizens men who were on the ground when tho city first tool on the rolies of uiunu-iial dignity and authority. New York, lto-ton mill riiilailelohia tliul their forefathers only in hUtory atil tin the lerayms tomb stones in ;uaint oM church t ank ljomlon, Paris aiul lterlin traoe their .iui;u.li.il nvinls back into the mist of the miilillo njres. The liecniiims of Canton, 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. — 12 March 1887

?3L, r'f , - r&. . -j- .t,!xaii TIEPTTTILTC. SATTJRBAY EYEXTN'O. MATXCTI 12 1887. COAL CHAMPION COIL Hi ICE CD. MHcee.om to C C. Taj lor & sum. , KKLIA. President. 11. VOdKS M. M. IIKIM5KH. Sec. Treas, Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. mii.i: AGKXTS FOK SUNDAY CREEK, JOHXSOX BROS.' vd champion:jackson. HO BETTER JACKSON THAN OURS A.NTIl'll.A.C'ITJC, WOOD AND KINDLING We Veep a fnll line ol all brands ol Cement. IMaster, Hair, Fire Hrick and Clay, Chlmnejand Sewer l'lpe. $pringfirld $rpublit EVESIMI AXI WEEKLY. Tk BErrill.lC prlats theSfw Tori tad Wf- tf r AMorUttil l'rr. lll.-.trhn sad ta l'"ati CaMt(l'orfla)Trlrcrni.. M. MCIIOLS. racsncvr. tiios. :. iiuovvx. SPBIHGF1ELD PUBLISHING CQMPAMY. Publishers and Proprietors. THE KTENIMU Kkl'lIHLIC Is published every evening except Minday. and is aeiiv ered at the rate tit lftc. per week. Singh contei Sc THE WKEKIV KKI'UIILIC Is published every Thursday, and Is one ol tlie most com plete family newspapers In the country . elKht paees....

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. — 12 March 1887

Trrr riiii , im REFTHBLTP, SATCTtDAY E VEXING MAIiOn 1-2. 187. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE! FOR ON M3HT ONLY, I SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1887. ' SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Dinlap niiie and I,nuie il)ers, Annie. l!ain-tt. I) in Walisaiti. Lizno Wilson. Os b.rn. Uis Biberts, Iza (.ale, tiertrude Cuinback, and A Bather Dull Week in Society, Bat Hot So Thoroughly Bad, Considering Its Being Lent. L THt rMOI1 POKfDtAX- ONI COIN f Uhlit, lTiirlnt hihI Out" or Tun OtIir I Pitt-mlmiM In n (Jul X Wat I It- f ernltir itpilut lrlotit itr tli "mm ial fMirlr. In E klMirlittt jinl inerrJeil Musical lomtsl). ON THE STAGE Mvtni: the audience a peep behind the scenes . IIIO 1. VI 1.11 llrillUnl Music. Briislil ami i atchj ,,,., aua I'luccs. Majullicent i.stumes Our on a specl tl -.-, nerv and i el Median leal Lifet U lVsttlvely Hie TIE Fl K EST PLAY DF ALL FUNKY PLAYS. l'KIOE ic, '"cr.-c Seats no on sale at Harris at tear More PORK PACKERS Considering the fai t tliit it is almost mill Lent, the past nL, consn...

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. — 12 March 1887

mt "REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EYES IX tl MARCH 12 1887 THE LIME KILN CLUB. latest Proceeding of that Famous Colored Debating: Society. The secretary then announced a communi cation from IW. De I.KleCalian, dated at a county jail ill Ohio. Tbe professor wax on bit way from Kentucky to lecture liefore tbe club on the subject of: "The Colored Man a Century Hence," and had liecn arrw-tcd and jailed as a suspicious chararter He wanted to lie identifttsl and released by the club, ami" in return he il) deliver his lecture for nothing. Several rnemliere moved that bis lino of 110 be forwarded by telegraph, but Brother Gardner replied: "Nobody axed de parfessor to leave Kain tockyan' come hoah an' dilibcra lecktur'. Be did it on bis own responsibility, and wid cut our knowledge. An' hail be arrove heah In good shape we might not bev wanted his lacktur. lid cullud man of to-day consarns a a great ileal mo' dan de cull'd man of a century hence. All things considered, do frarfeasor bad letter remain w...

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. — 12 March 1887

L''mW.mWmmwmV Mffiwa mm RKPlTBLrC, SATUTlpAV EVEN IXC MAttCIl if ifiS7. I ON THE SICK LIST AND IN THE HOS PITAL FOR REPAIRS. The IlUtor'ral "flan" Which Ir w the Kpeelal Train to Uberoii Wear and Tear r an t ncliie --oine "Oltl-Tliuerfc" I New York Sun. By far the most int .restinc building of the lVmujUama railway repair shop, on the meadows between lIaclenacV and J r- ey City, is the rouud-kou-e, where .lalU are roviled for forty-one locomotive, aside from the three entrance-, which can be util red at a pinch. Khriium in all man- iwr of uiiJrescotura are rutins in tbe-e totalis, renaiving a respite from their nnluout work. One of tbenu a freight, i. ju.tin from the line to hare her and lux repaire 1, and will return to her lalors in an hour's time. Auother, known a the -1" clan, which constitutes the heaviest engines run on the road, is stripid bare of all its ex tenor arrangeme jti, an i even to its tive-Ioot-eihdrivers and its lSVM cj Under.; its identity u only known b a common...

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. — 12 March 1887

S&--.- ' REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING MARCH 1:2. 1887. RG YOU. White "Ex. C Sugar . . 5c ier loimd Star Crack en Sc " Choice MapleSiicar. 12 , " Choice Maple Syrup SI " gallon Choice 1'otatoes 50c " Imslu'I Choice Table lVaclios. .. . 15c " can Choice Tomatoes. 10c " can 10 liars German Soap 23c Canned Goods at cost. Cheapest Qnecn. ware In tlie city. At either -tore. BARGAIN STORES, SI and 93 Wmt MninM. anil 40 South Mar lift t., "irlncllfll. tl. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED WXTED-To rent a type rlter. .Must be In cooi! worklnc order. Address. 1. A. Barnes.2y4illasherstrert- ' AXTEII A man to take an offlce and rep retent a mauuliciurer, S0 per week. small capital required ildres.ith stamp. .Manufacturer. tu To. West cton. Mass. wm nrAKTKli Til KM II WOE A ne. Iiaud- IT some. stTlith s-uit of clolliiiiR tor to ten dollar bill (.all on or address J. . Phillips, 39 east Main. W.XTEI Ladles.localortnuellnE V won derful entirely new specialty Ir ladles only; SI daily easily made, no photo:...

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. — 14 March 1887

JEIjSS. . ? j 1riMifigfiTrias;'i i-j-, . tWii.UJilikii'ai .)MKIMilggSflAgwttatteaJMiaC wmwM?. i-r -."jM-sMWiMaw ftepMte prfjngfuW gupufclfa PIUCE Or DAILY: ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. PRICE TWO CENTS. pringfultl jgrpublti; OLDEST DAILY URGES! CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. SPKES'GFIELD, O., MONDAY EYEXIXC, MARCH II, 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 62. $Mvy$tb iftjfe I. WEATHER FACTS. WitsmoTOBiMwrli ll-Ohlo: Fair westher.htsher temper ture. SPRINGFIELD, n, O., ) 14. 1SS7. J March Your every interest as wearer and provider of men's wearing apparel demands a clever acquaintanceship with When Clothing. It is shapely cut, it is well made ; no stitches lacking or linings cut short to bait you with a low price. In short, we stand on the top round with cut, quality and making and but one step from the bottom with prices straight through the stocks. The men's, the large boys', the school boys', the kid and the kidder. Spring-weights are getting ready fast. If you haven't a good-looking spring ove...

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. — 14 March 1887

' T' T i"r Tliii1iTl''niTMlMllirWilTlri lnw iiirin nil i n iwaiirn m m i mm. OH , fWfc' " -.' HEPtTBU MONDAY" EVJA"11S'G. LM'ltll 18??. i f :sy. COAL CHAMPION C0AL1NDIGEC0. haccrMon to C. C. Tylor Son K. St. KKI.l.Y. President St. M HEDGES, r-ec.Treas. Ik 0(3Er Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SOI.K AGENTS FOU SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON BROS.' AKD CHJUiPIOMIJACKSON. NO BETTER JflGKSaHTHKH OURS A?JTIIKACITE, WOOD AND KINDLING. We keep a fall line o! all brands of Cement, Plaster, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney and Sewer l'lpe. Springfield gtpuMtt EVESIMJ AXD WEEKLY. . Km BI IC prints the Sew Tors. d " If r Aworlatrd I'm MiplMnil4 tat Citf r I ale ( orel-) Tele crams. M. MCnOLS. TKSIDIST. Tims. :. im)W, StCTlMTKS. SPBIIGFIEID P06USHIIG CIINI., Publishers and Proprietors. THK EVEXrjtO HKI'UIILTO' la published every evening except Sunday, and Is delly ered at the rate or lie. per wwk. Single copies Se. TIIK WKI.KLT KEI'CIILIC Is published every Thursday, and It oue of tli mot com plete fa...

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. — 14 March 1887

rapa. U'fiVrBLlC, ilCXXDAY EVKXLVi.. MARCH 14. 1R87. -'-l. Ir-si-isas ; AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE I GREAT WIIIIIM EVENT! ONK NIGHT ().NLV. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, I887. Vpliesranreofttieyouni: En.llsh actress. h Aodherouarompany, In the great -K-ieiY drama. FROUTROU NOTE Mis rorte-Hijue will wear the same beautiful CK-Uumf-a as orn during the pro duct.u..t thW play at the Lyceum Theater c York Prices TV. Vie and C.V. Mite of h-p-Us open Tuesday tuurntn at 9 o'clock at Harris's tUar More A Bad Nasal Organ. Kor over four j ears I ha e be'eii a great sufferer fniiu a ternlile form of Nasal Ca tarrh. I was creatl) annoyed VltM a rsin rdaat marine in my head and my hearing beeani6 very much impalreL Tlie discharce from m nost w as jirof use and i ery offensive, and mj ixneral health impaired. I tries! most all prominent phy sicians, but they did not cure me, and 1 ussj arious adiertlsed preparations with out benelit. One day I chanced to read a remarkable article written bv a prominent c...

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. — 14 March 1887

- lafflTiRiiBrriisii $fSS9 EPqawaigS PJ- - '1? W C. -.? .-Wk.ri; . -y, tr hot wiWHSuwgi-- REPUBLIC. MONDAY EVEN-EKX-i Z.LARCH 14, 1887. ...... Lii iiHB3wwCTwW3WBWBPWWaiiBi.i i n ni 'UMi mini 'S3! 1 BARGAINS White "Ex. C" Sugar 5c per pound Star Crackers. 5c " " Choice MaploSiurar 12K " Choice Maple Syrup 81 " gallon Choice Potatoes. ,"50c " bushel Choice Table Teaches 15c " can v-noice lomaioes. ioc ' can 10 liars German Soap. 35c Canned Goods at cost ware in the city. Cheapest Queens At either store. Ll'VvdUCc BARGAIN STORES, 91 and 83 ttnt Main St. and 40 South Mar. krt St., (.primfleld, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. ITTAVTKP Orders for the Femoral of dead It animals will be promptly attended to by canine iciepnone .o. . t i WAXTED-Flrst-clas', cushtonmakers. trim mers and body mr.aers. Columbus llturcy Co.. Columbus. O. G!-a WJXTEP-To rent a type-writer. JIust be In eood worktns order. Address, I. A. Barnes, it tialUgher street. 61a WANTED TO EXCHANGE-A new. hand some, stylish suit...

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