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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 15 March 1887

SSr SgWT-- zffi v JSSBIsaDBUSws 'il"TW IllWWrmill T im n i in 1 i 1 1 'mill nl) i'h i i r Vnr n !3MPH9! 'j& attn IfcpttMit 'pfivyrfklb Springfield Republic OLDEST DMtY URGEST CIICUUTION. BEST IDVERTISlie MEDIUM. Spritiflfifld gUpuMic I'KICE Or DAILY: ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPEDsGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVEXIXCJ, MAJiCtT 15, 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 62. PRICE TWO CENTS. ferii 7fl IL-il WEATHER FACTS. Wuamron. March l.VOMo: Fair weattier.htgber tempera ture. .SrRINGFIELD, O., March 15, 1SS7 . THIS IS A PAIO ADVERTISEMENT WE PAY, TD SAY, EACH DAY, Bring back the goods if you'd rather have the money. No misrepresentations of qualities or values. We "originated, and have maintained the sys tem of one price from the first. Largest and most com prehensive clothing stocks manufactured by ourselves at Utica, N. Y. Gentlemen's wearing apparel of all sorts retailed at wholesale prices, Thousands of men, youths and boys will soon be wearing spring weight clothing from here. Why? Because it's econ...

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. — 15 March 1887

WFWmaBUKBBHUkvMm n-' i i ninmiViBiMtrTmBniMriiiiiinw.-r-(rrrjaL:ax waseahefssfisg" ise-ew KM5CKL ftflrmuc. rrhhDA iaing, uajrcij i: irst. H If E in imngfidii -ftcpubU. EVEXIM. AXl UEEELT. Tkr RFIUBMCprlata Uric Tort aa If tera laaoclatrd l"ra Diaeatckeaaadtks Ktattr table (I ortiga'TV l.arrama. , M. NICHOLS, rMEBlDtNT. THUS. G. HllOWN, sic'r .MTKEaS. SPBtHCFlELD PUBLISHING GDMPASY. publishers and Proprietors. THK EVKMM1 UKl'lTHUC It published rTeryeveninsreicrpt Minday, and Is dellv . ered at the rate at 10c. per week. Single copies fc. THK KIIKLT KI'I'ITIILIC Is published even Thursday, and Is one of the most com plete family newspapers In the country, eteht paces, markets complete. Kepiete Iiii news and miscellany, tl per year. Invariably cash In advance. All cotimunlcatlons and contributions should be addressed to Ci.irro M Nirnois. edttur.and all business letters to Thohai 0. Bxovn. manager. UEITISLIC BUILDING, SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. Telephone o. 810. tiHK M. llltJ.lt, KU. The nomin...

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. — 15 March 1887

fc.5Wj " SfcV" .mi. i ryfc, asu indnniUfliTi REPrBLlr. TUESDAY JEVESISC, MA-RCE i:. 1RR7. AMU SEME NTS J HIIEJifT I BRINK. GRAND OPEKA HOUSE ""' a-tiiority. 1 GREAT HOMBIE EVENT! ONI' NIGHT O.M.Y. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1887. lijtearai.ee of the youus EuslHh actress. And lu-r own comp.iny. in the ureal soclet) dnttua. FROUFROU NOTE- Miss Kortesijue will near the same beautlful costumes as worn durine the pro rtucttouof this play at the Lyceum Theater, New York Prices TTh?. tk; and r.T Mlenf seats opeu Tuesday morning at ' o'clock at Harris's t'litar More BLACK WOLF! OrMUro.y.l.adleawwhlchtsccn.Mered tnenraBle.bat it ha. yielded to the cnratiie proper? ties of t.wirr' t-rcc-nc now-known all over th. World as S. 8. R. Jlrs. Bailer, or Wert Somerrille f,JS.rrHPort(?i """ attacked scleral years ara ith thia hideous black ernlon. and was trratedby tbe best medical talent, who could only say that the cjeac was a species of -IXPROST- and conseqncntlr incurable. It Is ln-.no.We to de jcribe he...

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. — 15 March 1887

3S sssr-ir. - J; - wartBoeBrtgiilL iSV- REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING .MARCH 15, 1887. MMMMMMiiaii ' it FLOUR HUT ONLY THE BEST. Not Hie cheapest in price. Low pr ret Flour usiihIIj- means poor fin ad. Our famous "Gold Dust" and ''""en Foam" brands, made by the Hungarian process, is the best Flour old in the city. Sam ple sacks sent out on approTal, warranted the whitest and most nutritious in the market. Cots only u few cents more than com niou grades. MILT EXTRACTS. fovWJUCcy BAR8AIH STORKS, in health, has been largely used In the last Jew ..r It la vtti.Lhle remedv In llvsttensla. kKlll 1a.. nl nh. nervous troubles and many. it her ailments. Dr. Casper has In stock. all the best maV.es. as Tioe marrV Plain Malt, Troemner' Malt, with all the Combl nation. HotT Extract Milt, Johaa Hon'- Mlt Extract, I.Mtiltr' Malt Extract. Wejtk' Malt Extract, Bnnenan juui Extract, Malt Bitter, DutTj'. Malt Whtsaj, Maltlne, is all Its comblnatluas. AIX FOB SALE AT CASPER'S Drug Store, rishcr'sniock. Ma...

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. — 16 March 1887

HKF-V 16-- -JS .-xeWWfiKWSMSiei- .rn.s WBMSaK-" . j w. MMs.-aEUbS-!-'--i---- - --a ihnBiiT'h ii iiTjrflniiaa'Trir'iiiiiii ftqralrifr 9j)ringfiftd trpuhlic Springfield gtpubtu OLDEIT MILY-URGEST CIICUUTION. best uieitcik medium. PKICK OF DAILY: DHLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., WEDiNESDAY EVENDfG, MARCH 10, 1SS7. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 63. . i iffifS rTrl&WlJn 1 uTifraf !' i an an m m "n im Eirtn mirtifri rii Mum m lTIn " m pr jntijjfMft WEATHER FACTS. WiHicarox. March 16-Ohlo: Fair rathrr.hlghrr tempera ture. LOOK AT IT THISWAY! If the When folks are a lit 1 tie slow in placing their spring products before your optics, it's because they take the time to make up the garments properly. Slowness, steadiness, close watchingness upon the many little details of manufacturing, show in the finished garments, be it a man's suit or overcoat at $8 or $18. All things considered, THE WHEN Offers greater inducements to cash-payers for reliable gen tlemen's outer and inner ve...

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. — 16 March 1887

&&&. -tUTJ. jj. a jJ3i3rt?HW-Jrt. -V.or-ilr- - "' T - . vrSSP (lia'.-JtsC-f -rV T "f- REPUBLIC. AVEDXKSDAV E V LXLS'G . MARCH t(i 1S-37. mmmtm&&fi&&S. COAL CHAMPION COIL AND ICE CO, succesora to C. C- Tajlor A Son, K. S. KKLI.t, M. M. IIKOOES, President isec. Tress. 11. VOfiES. Mmiitrr. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. MILK AlJENTI FOB SUNDAY CltEEK, JOHNSON BROS.' AID CHAMPION JACKSON. NQ BETTER JACKSON THAN OURS VIS'TI 11IACITE. WOOD AND KINDLING. VTe Vrrp a full line ul all brands ol Cement, I'lMter, lUIr, Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney and Sewer I'ipe . pungfirUl JJrpuMit ETEMNH AXI WEEKLY. The RFPI'BI IC prists tke ew Tork aa4 Wf tera associated Press lil.patekesaad tfc lltatfi lbl(FortlKi)Tdrcrai. c. m. mchous. tiki, r.. iirtomt. rBKSIDIVI. Stc'TiSOTBSAR. SPHINSF1ELD P0&L15HIHG COHFUSlf, Publishers and Propnetors. TIIK EVEMMI KEI'UHLIO Is published every evening except aanday. and Is dellv ered at th rate ot 10c. per week. Single copies 2c TIIK KKKLV KV.I-U...

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. — 16 March 1887

f-v-.--- aoJcawKSAA-'iia-tS . iCRQKlWSSiKhlktiMii 1 miff MTn ifc ii a i 'i'ii . .rrSH&Lb MwMwaiiBi mJTui REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVENING LAECH 16. 1887. AMUSEMENTS.1 GRAND OPERA HOUSE' II GREAT FASHIONABLE EVENT!' NE MI.IIT ONLY. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1887. ppearance of the youni; Enillsh actress. MS FBHTESCU AndherowncompMiy. In itie great society drama. FROUFROU NOTE -Ml Fortcviut- iil wear the nrae tieauittul costumes a worn durtns the pn- i ductfrtDif thKpiay t the Lyceum Theater.! cw Yrk. I Prices -,e Veand 2V Mle nf seiti open Tuesday moraine at ocKck at Harris's Hear Stuns ' GRAND OPERA HOUSE: SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1887, i Out Maht Oil). .Ith Xatlrr at i I. 31. I STETSON'S DOXTBLB Two ltrat IN ml. white and colored nicely uniformed. Uoimmy .Mark; luo Comical Topiya; '.. Sawyer' Man INntinc Hi nod Hounds, Eva's Little Shetland Pnny. cotinc nTer One Hollar a iwund. the Educated Don key, -ieon;e. Ker-snd' Troupe ot Jubilee iSlncrs; Beautiful Sccneiy. pilnted expressly fir this compa...

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. — 16 March 1887

-. cSJ"n. r-TJ5fl . JcTf?av - REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVENING MARCH 10.' 1887. Sffi s i i v FLOUR BUT ONLY THE WEST. Xot the cheapest !u price. Low Enroil Flour usually means poor read. Our famous "Geld Dust" and "Sea Foam" brands, made by the Hungarian process, is the best Flour Fold is the city. Sam ple sacks sent out on approval, warranted the whitest and most nutritious in the market. Costa niy & few cents mor than, com mon grades. fcvdUG BARGAIN STORES, 91 and 93 TOt Main St. mnd 40 South Mar kot su, MprlnicBxId, O. SHIRTS! Call and leave your measure for our FINE CUSTOM SHIRTS Itet materials Perfect In rit. Well Made in any Style. Don't pay traveling humbugs two prices for Head) -made Shirts under the pretext of hav ing them "made to order. THE SHIRT MAKER, NO. 5 EtST MAIS STREET. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED ITT INTER OKXTS-Both Jjullw and Efn iV ti.-n-n t.i rll tbe "Beany"' pillow aham. holder, and other article. For terroi land 1 Irr rit.rr-.iiirwK iih stamD BeattY i i.0.. r.ne,...

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. — 17 March 1887

EA?"-iAlJ g&KSlBBlS&aMBMniatiiiini iVduatuMii f i- 1 a jftepMc Springfield $tpMit PRICE OF DAILY: prigfichl jBrpttblu OLDEST OallT LaflGESt CIRCULATION. KST lliaiiillt MEDIUM. OMLY TED CEKTSI PER WEEK. SPEINGFIELT), O., THURSDAY EVENING, M ARCH 17, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 64. SSK: ': , . ipwttto IT. i i r r- -i R ivlr' WEATHER FACTS. i Wsshisotos; .March 17-Ohlo: Fair weather, ncarl) statlon tlumtiy temperature. SvRINT.FlKLT), O., March 17, 1SS7. And start the ball in motion by placing a good big line of good big men's spring-weight suits at , $3 PER SUIT. These are of all one quality and pattern! and it oughtn't to take any one ot you so very long to decide whether you pay $ 3 for this, or $6 for an alUwool kersey cassimere suit tol "a- grayish .mixture which came in from our workrooms at the same time. We are up to our eyes in new things for spring wear. Fine silk and satin-lined' spring - weight, summer - col--ored overcoats, 25, all sound, are here in ever...

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. — 17 March 1887

priugfiiift gcpublifc ETEX1S6 ASD WEEKLY. The BEPrHLlC arista tkeXtw York aa ties ttrm ocleted Preas Bli saukeeaas Ut Kteter UUt (Forelc)Trlirraau. c. m. !ncnos. raisiDixT. TIIO. O. BROWN, BCC'TAXDTHStS- SPBIICHEIB rOBLISHIIE GBMHIY, Publishers and Proprietors. TUK IVKNING KKl'UBUC is published rTery eTenlws except Sunaai. and It " ere at the rate ot 10c. pot week. Single copies tc. TUK WIKKLT KETDBLIO Is published ever? Thursday, and Is one ot the moat com plete family newspapers In the country; eight page, markets complete. Kepieie with news and miscellany, tl per rear, inrarlably cash In adranee. All eommunlcstlons and contributions should be addressed to Currox "icaoi. rlltor.and all business letters to Thomis . l)'i"N. manaeer. REPUBLIC BUILDING, SPRIHQFJELD, OHIO. Telepboao Ko. SO. THUWBAY tVOINB. MMCM 17. 1W7. ttmriBl Cull fornCI Urp.lhllrun -CDtltB. Rrrcir4N CtsTil.l. t'oijMmir Kms. The republican voters f thecltyof cprtug Held are reiiuested to meet In their respective ards...

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. — 17 March 1887

51 . a HC&G.ii nFTBLTC1. TITtrnsDAY EVTOfJQfG MAECTI IT. 1RS7. 4" AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE R GREAT FASHIONABLE EVENT! OK NIliHTONLY. THURSDAY, MARCH 171887. Appearance of the young English actress. E And her ov, a cnra.nny. in the creat BitcieO drama. FROUTROU NOTE Miss Fortes ue will mcar the anie beautiful rottu-nes as irn durinz the pro ductlmtof thli play at the Lyceum Theater. e York Prices "5c. We nd 23c. tie of vats open Tuesday moraine at o dock at Harris' Ugar More GRAND OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1887, 0fMltOl).ltb Vallate at:! 1'. I. STETSON'S Two Urass Hindu, (white and colored) nicely uniformed, two runny Marks, Two Comical Topers. I'ol. "-awyers Man Hinting UlooJ Hounds. hea's Utile Shetland Tony, co'tttu: oyer One Dollar a pound, the Educated Don key, rteoixe. Kersand's Troupe of Jubilee Slns-erst Beautiful ss-enerjr. painted expressly (or this company. Hatch rr the Mreet Par ale sit en dally, and that "ill conxlnce you that shitiltrrtlPir fulfil. IkAors...

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. — 17 March 1887

REPUBLIC, THUESDAY EVENEJTG !MAKCH 17. 18R7. II i FLOUR BUT ONLY THE BEST. Not the cheapest is price. Low Ertred Flour usually meBH poor read. Our famous "Gold Duttt" and "Sea Foam" braads, nade by the Hungarian proms, is the btt Flour cold in the titv. Sam ple sacks sent out on approTal, warranted the whitest and most nil ritious in the market.' Costs nl a few cents mor than com mon grades. kiYviUAV BARQAIN STOKES, 91 and 03 Wnt Main St. ud 0 South MM- kettU-HprlBslleld.O. SHIRTS! Call and leave your measure for our FINE CUSTOM SHIRTS Best materials Perfect In rit. Well Made In any Style. Don't pay traveling humbugs two prices for Keady-niaue onins, unaer iuc prcwM.1 of having them 'made to order." yuj THE SHIRT MAKER, 0. ESTMA1S8TKEET. PEOPLES COLUMN. WAX rED-s-alesman can aaa iai iinv. m. mules: oneKeiii earned J4M others .J ". I IW T O. Box UCT. Sew ork . WA I hl Afl f X f S Hotn laaies "" aen .lemenTto sell the "Beam" pillow .ham. nolde! aid other articles. or term. ai.o ter rt...

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. — 18 March 1887

&. K Mi'i 'ifri i trfi r '11 i a JfepiMfc pringfuld grpublic OLDEST D.IlT-tsltGOT CIRCULATION. BIST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. gipringfuld gUpublic rillCE OF DAII.T: l-r ONLY TEN SCENTS PER WEEK. VOL. XXXIII NO. 65. SPRLXGFIEIJ), O., FRIDA.T EVENING, MAIiCEE 18. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. Sis r jtymntfmb 2jp fr if p'- IW '" ft WEATHER FACTS. E WiKKHOTO March ls-Ohlo: Fair weather, winner. Sprikgfield, O., ) March iS, 18S7. J 500 PAIRS CHILDREN'S E SIZES 4 TO 13, 29 CTSLA PAIR And this is but a single in stance of what manufacturing our own stocks and retailing at wholesale prices means. Go forth among shop-keepers who buy their entire cloth ing stocks from jobbers, in quiring for 29c knee pants, and see 'em squirm a slip pery eel on a barbed hook is no comparison. Catch ahold of nine dollar spring-weight Melton over coats; just for an indication of how much you really save by buying stuff our way. See for SIX dollars a man's knockabout suit; for three dollars, a tearabout suit ; for five d...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 March 1887

mMNSMMMMf i.i'imiiim'iji)i i,, .. :35 iTEPlTBLTr. FRIDAY JHVEKEs?G, MAKCtTls 1887. CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair. Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney Pipe, SEWER PIPE AM- FITTINGS. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION 93 South Limestone St. E. S. KKU.Y, President. M. M. HF.IX'.K. s-ccTreaa. II. VOfSKS. Manacer. pringfirltl Republic EVEJTINH AND WEEKLY. Tar KKrTBLIt' prlata tewTor. a.1 In t.ra AorlatccIFrsUlipatcaMaat U.atrr CaH (Kortlf a)TIerai. C. M. NICHOLS, THOS. G. BROWN. TRtSIDKNT. MC'tlSBIUW. SFIIIHIELI PUBLISHIIS CMHIT, Publishers and Proprietorf. . THE EVKMNO KKt't'lll.IC s publlshrd every evening except Sunday, and la dellv ered at the rate ol 10c. per week. Single coplea 1c. THE WEEKLY RKl'CIILIC U published every Thursday, and la one ol the moat com plete family newspaper In the country: eight page, market complete. Bepitte with newa and miscellany. II per year. invariably cash In advance. All eommunlcMlona and contributions should be addressed to Curros M- Nichols. editor, and all bus...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 March 1887

:-?hV?w REPrBLTO, FRIDAY EVEIXG tABCH IS. 1887. i .- r AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1887, Oar Meat Hal), Kith Vallate at i P. . STETSON'S DOUBLE -A.3ST1T. Two Itrass Ilxiids, (wtr-aid. colored f nlcelv uniformed; Two Funny Marks: Two Coratcal Toiv: lot. bawvers Man Hinting lllood Hounds: Eva's Utile Midland Pony, cos tine over one Uollara pound; me Educated lina keT. lleorge. Kers-ind's Troupe of Jubilee mincers: Heautlful Scenery, painted expressly for this company. Watch for the Street Par. aleclven dally, and that will convince you that what wealvertlvwe fulfil Doors open at T. performance at S o'clock. Ticket! fortieth matinee and evening on sale at Harris's Clear Store. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE mm miD tueseat, mjihck n aid 22 T. B. MANNING In his art-dual creation of Jwmlnh Twice. ni llmifp "litriiT, from ri- (ouni.tii his comedy drama entitled. THE HODSIER ODD FELLOWS! Presented under the auspieesof of the sev eral 1 0.0 K lodcesof .-iiringneld. Ohio. A vivid p...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 March 1887

?tsv 3rsX-t: -.&? J rr-.WV.. r ' ti ,Mir at 1 1 - 1 r c v?:Lws: Hi p. v IIJIWftwwMMB, niw mum W REPUBLIC, FRfDAV EVEJG .MAKCO 18. 1887. I .Ml -lUl -a w. k i VH xl FLOUR BUT OXLY THE BEST. Xot the cheapest is price. Low Er.'cel Flour usually means poor read. Our famous "Gold Dust" and "Sea Foam" brands, mad? by the Hungarian process, is the bet Flour old in the city. Sam ple sacks sent out on approval, warranted the whitest and moat nutritious in the market. Costs nly a few cents nior than com mon grades. fc3vdUrCc BARBAIN STORES, 01 and 93 Vfmt Mala St. and 0 South Mar ket SU, Hprtngfleld, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TlTvXTED Salesman canaldAl lint: small I aarai:es; one agent earned 4,a0. othen up U Sittt). In lsss. 1'. O. Hoi ISn. New orte . WANTED AfiEXTS Both ladles and ten. tloiriKn. In sell the"BattT" DlllOW Sham, holder, and other articles. For terms and ter ritory address witn stamp ueaiiy vo.. r.nr. renn. . i- TTrAXTED Any one possesslne Information IT in reeardto tbevt...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 March 1887

? '-5 a? 1 2 MM fk Springfield gtpuliHf. PICICK OF DAILY: OILY TEN IMS PER WEEK. rfprinflfuld gepublis OLDEST OMLY-UIGESt CIRCULATION. I BEST UKNjHfi MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 66. SPRINGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENED. MARC II 10, 1ss7. PRICE TWO CENTS. rr ' .. k i . rvv rf h pnmk. nugum Sff! ?vi.I m z.-rA S&S ,-M3S &8 3M ?'.''..' . WtATHER FACTS. 5 WiamxaTO March 1-Ohlo: Fair rather, warnif r. Springfield, O., ) March 19, 18S7. J Intermediate suits at inter mediate prices. rerlectly reliable, or we wouldn't make them ; very cheap, or we wouldn't recom mend them. Bring it back if you buy one and are not suited; you can have your money or other goods, as you please. It's so, or we wouldn't say so. Such may be said oi our make in mediums ; such may be said of our better grades as well. Men's and youths' suits have been revised for 1887. Every thing supposed to be wanted we've made, and that includes a warm reception for the poorl man Vir thf nnor man's son. It's a very poor suit inde...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 March 1887

REPrBTJC, SATURDAY EVEN IXC! MAflC'lT U) 1887 -ii "'V 0 w A h i R 1 . RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. A Hodge-Podge of Observations, Wise and Otherwise, on Local Events. ATreatWeontlie future Mate r .fralr Unite r the lutrr-MKte Camnrm Hill o Mnrr Cut Knt- Mnc.ira Ktcur- slonsn Thine f til" I'Ml-Km. lilojlnsa Ilelectlve tol'inil a Ilnu.f lr lUnl In sprlni:- lle M sl luctieltl liau't Got n MifrtTwtli 3lT. ltoukw. liter's Collection Not Vila Hut LontiPfl. Congress has accomplished some fairly food legislation during the present session, but there is one bill, now a law, which the pmple of tliis country will probably insist oj having repealed at the ery next session the inter-state commerce bill. There i no doubt that much can be said in favor of the bill, and truly too : It undoubtedly ben efits many persons but the bill will lie ex tremely unpopular with the inhabitants of cities, and with many shippers. There lias been a vast number of railroad passes, reduced fare tickets and shippers' passes...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 March 1887

m BEPL'-DLIC, SATURDAY ETENiyG PKBRUA11Y IS). 1887. B M ?ii i M K v u THE UME KILN CLUB. aY literary Kntrrtalnment hi rnteea.r Italntvi.w Harrisou. As soon as the meeting bail opened and Snnunl Shin ami Giveadam Jones hail ci1 coughing. Brother Gardner blamllr olacrvtrl: "ilv- frens, I desiah to remark dst welsh a visitor in de aunty-room. His cognomen ar' Professor ltainlow Hantan. an" be bail from de Ittuudlesx stait of Tennessee, lip am on hi-. a to Canadv to sell a latent ml trap a t rap n Inch qrtches a rat. lnL- his iiivL, frows, de lly into de alley u o.ts H-seir fur another air be storied ober heah on .urMo to attend one of our m-vtiii's au' dohlier an essav. His essay ar trtitlil: What Will de lland Bef He come, heah r- commended in de highest maimer as a flewes l-aker, an he donn' mean to more on till b. has delibeivd his essay. As be ain stoppia my cabin, an as be Lin git away vnd uio'i an' titers at one meal thin I kin t fo", I thought It best to nt him off mr hull soon ...

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. — 19 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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