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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 March 1887

REPTTBLTf1. SATFRT1AY EVEgrDTG LAROH 10, 1887. 1,1 I'E SKI AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1887, Oar Meht Oat), "Ilk Jlstlaff mt i I". X. STETSON'S MOVEMENTS IX SOCIETY. I30T7BIjI A Fairly Lively and Tfcorcraenly Pleas ant Week, in Which the Youngsters Are Moat Active. Two Clmrmiiic CliUilrra lnrtle Iru. crle Kui hrt Homftlilnjj .tiout MIm Fortes'!! nnl Hrr Method of Mflnc l'p n Dliilug Ilomu. UNGLETOM N oonuLF-AJsrs-. Two llrao Hands, (white and colored' nicely uniformed: lo Funny Jlarks: Two Comical Topys; t'ol. San vers Man Hintlnc Blood Hounds; Kva's Uttlt-Shetland Tuny. costing over One Dollar a pound: the Educated Don key, (ieorce: Kersand's Trout"' or Jubilee Mucers; Ileautlful fcenery. painted expresjly tor this company. Watch fur the Street Far adeciten dally, and that will convince you that whittteaJvertlseme lultll Doors open at T. performance at 8 o clock. Tickets fortieth matinee and evenlm: on sale at Harris' Clear tore. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE MQMDAY AMD...

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. — 19 March 1887

l1'SeWft9sassjsBM - ! KEPU15LIC, SATURDAY EVENING MARCH 10 1887 s 1 V i J -ri w JSI - 11 MIDAS IN WASHINGTON. HOW RESIDENT MILLIONAIRES IN CREASE THE COST OF LIVING. l'eudleton A at Mm. Folsoiu 1'en Flctnre of rralr A Story of Senator Cliase. 1Z5.QM.OOO In a Lump. SlcUl Corresisjndence 1 Washington. March 14. I met Creorge H. rendletoii, our minister to Germany, the other night at AVonnJeyV. Ho is well dre-ed and as clean looking as ever, and ha has the same suave manner ainl pleas ant words which gave hun the title of "Gen tleman George." His health ap-ears to lie better than it was when he left the United Btatea. His complexion is clearer an I his blue eyes are brighter. There is not an ad dition! gray strand in the thick thatch of his wU cut hair and his step is as springy as IbocsjV bo were bat 30. He tells me he like the .plomatlc- service.- very well, that iw hi im trouble with his German and that Berlin is a very pleasant station. He peaks very highlv of lYmee Rimarck and Kal...

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. — 19 March 1887

Wfc!' --& I IWIMH RKI'L' BU(. KATUHfrAT EYESIKU FEBRUARY 15). 1887. WOMAN AND HOMK. HIGHEST TYPE OF WOMANHOOD IN THE ENGLISH MIDDLE CLASS. Crwikery fur rhlIlreiroKtoinc (.Mines. Hat ill I1ie Theatre Oomfnrt llie Mullier Heart Nourishment In miiI-jfc. Kitchen Illirwltt .stray Iarwizrialh. In thermit middle class of England we fin I tlie htj;lie.t tsof womanhood nnd her owing grace. In health and lihvvique these wi'tnen are models worth of nur ftdtuinitiun and emulation. It b with rare executions that tbe tnurist sees a pale faced, puny, sickly locking, spindle waisted, iiaiiting, fainting Kiilih milium. The pink and whit com plexion, the clear eye, the well rounded vs aist, the lirm tread, t-si,ieak tierfect Imdily health. Many of these women tale their summer outin in long walks across the fields, that they may s lew nature in all it grandeur and implicit', instead of rushing from shop to dressmaker and packing Saratoga trunk for day or weeks tiefore 'taking a rest." They diMi a...

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. — 19 March 1887

-.i(pifc"p',flfWsWK REPTXBTJC. SATURDAY ErEKCSTG LARCH 10, 1881 t ;i BARGAINS! FOR CLOSE BUYERS. Sew Comb Hnnpj. '20c per "ounJ. Sew Mp'e Syrnp, $1 per gallon. White "Ex. C" Mirar, 3c per ponid. Priee of Flour reluced. Potatoes, pt'r bushel, 50c. Best 20c CotTje in the citj. Chocolate Cream CiiITe, nc. New Salt FUh, cheaper than tufa', 75c per kH, 10c per pound. Tom itoe, oalj 10s a can. Choice California Fralt, at either tore. fcrV9 vvWCbV BARQAIN STORES. 1 and 03 Wot Main St. and 40 South Mar ket su, sprlugnelil, O. SHIRTS! Call and leave our measure for our FINE CUSTOM SHIRTS Best materials Perfect in rlt. Well Made in any St) le. Don't pay traveling humbugs two prices for Head) -turtle blurts, under the pretext of bat ing them "made to order." THE SHIRT MAKER, XO. S EIST SAIN" STBEET. "PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WASTED-Salesman can add Al line: small aamples: one agent earned IHM others up to S2.UX). In lStS-P. O. Hoi 1CT. Sem orfc. WANTED-s.GENT-Both ladles and gen W tlemen. to se...

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. — 21 March 1887

.fSriT-" .7. V. attg Mtpublk $l)ringttrld JUpuIilu; I'KICE or DAILY: DNLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. ptinjfifta grpuMic OLDEST DalLY-URGEST CIRCUUTION. BEST A0VERT1SIJIE MEOUIH. VOL. XXXIII NO. 67. SPKrXGFlELD, O., MOXDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. w ims wxiuufim :W ..""-iI ir :;:-, US sss fe-i.3' i?,??! iH Mi Hi illllli' '- Sill WEATHER FACTS. E W(HlCTnK-MiTh 19 -Ohio: Kaln of snuw, becoming cclder Springfield, O., March 2f, iSS ,f Ii , you .come lor 29 cent knee pants you're likely to glance on children's suits, for which we hold the reins on good ma terials and low prices. J with its enormous spring stock piled, ready, ought to be in shape to fill in your every want in the line of reliably made clothing. It is. One particular style of sea sonable overcoats, costing a man nine dollars even, ought to be seen before an outside purchase is made. SUITS. We want every business man in Springfield to see a line of all wool suits our peo ple have made to sell at $7. ' No more shap...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 March 1887

aajaaaa && agBaBtattMBsra &?' -"-SftJS " ! I i i; i at CEMENT!! PLASTER, . ( Half, Fire BriCk and Clay, I Chimney Pipe. SEWER PIPE -M iriTTiisra-s. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION COAL AND ICE CO. .:. South Limestone St. , KKLI.Y. President . iirnnEt, iec. Treas. H VOOES. Manacer Springfield JSrpublit EVEXlXi. AND WEEKLY. The CErCBLIC prlati the Sew Tora lad Wes- If ra AMoriatta Prrst IllspatrkMaa tht Kntcr I'ttli ( arc-l ja)Tf l.ra. C. M. MCHOLS. ricsincsT. THtls. !. HKUVN, tr'iiH)Tiii. 5PHIH6FIELD PUBLI5H1HC COMMIT, Publishers and Proprietors. THK r.XKMNCl ISEI'UIILIU la puttltihect eren evcnlae except SuniU7. and li dellr cred at the rate ol 10c. per week. Single coplei 2c THK WEKKL.T HKl'DHLIC It published ererr Thursdar. and la oue ot the moat com plete family newspapers In the country: elcht pacea. raarkeU complete. Hepiute with news and m'acellany. tt per year, Inrarlably cash la adTanoe. All communlcitlona and contributions should bo addressed to Cuitos M i...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 March 1887

feL&saM ..hi.i i imrrnirrriiiiil mm r "' wft ltKl'f BLlC. ilOXUAS J3'EKiN-0 MAHCH 21, 1S87. m AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE HGNDAY AKD TUE5GAY, MARCH 21 AHD 22 T. B. MANNING In his orlcinsl creation of ' rnul Tulei. Hit IIimisw r Mirr'IT. Ilun v,m-) I nun), ii, in, comedy drama entitled. THE H00S1ER ODD FELLOWS! Preuted un ler tin auspices of of thee era. I o i i UMlirfof princflelil. Ohio I V iid i . tun nf liir hi .n.iula .tu. In diana rtrie1 with shout if laughter and st tmn of appl tu rnlored h the public Jtn I prrit bfaut ful dranul i tab leaux, tlit- notfl Initiation Nyik Tm lltlt is KpiiSrii. in hit reef ntri chanit ter IhciU tun Ml Ume Clnrivy Uel Vrr. a fhnWT. ' a emi l!ooieT. with inncia iddai.rvs the 'Millions om bln.ittoi. and t hn.t of olunteer4 from our beat lorl tileprtn therlt.tti the cast AdmisMon, ;. 2ant lc children Ic No extra chnnref r rvs-rwd -Mrata. to be had 11 to? i hook More. Market it door open at curtain rise at o'clock BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Wednesday...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 March 1887

aS-- Ls-ss REPUBLIC, AIONDAY EVENING MAIKTI 21. 1887. I S3 'i I J BARGAINS! FOR CLOSE BUYERS. w Comb Honey, 20c per yoind. ir Mp'e Syrup,$l per gallon. White "E. C" Shot. 5c per ponnd. Trice of Flour reduced. Potatoes, prr bushel, 30c. Bet 20c Coffee in the city. Chocolate Cream Coffee, new. Sew Salt Fish, cheaper than mfa', "5c per kit, 10c per ponnd. Tomatoes, only 10c a ran. Choice California Fruit, at either store. BAROA1M STORES, 91 and 03 VTrat Mnln St. and 40 Soath Mar- krt SU, prlnKHflil, O. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED. ytt i VTrn.Vi.nnnn tA know that William W" Bartholomew Is now ready to clean all kinds and grades ot carpets ana maxtincwun tin. n.t.nt Atexm eartet beater. Carpets called lor and delivered to any part of the I city. Orders left at any of the rarpet stores, orat theomce. rear of pi works. fobs , lirAXTEO Salesman can add Al line: small I II samples, one acent earned 4.4H. others ' up to Sixm. In IimS. 1'. O. Box 1371. ew ork. TTTANTED AfiKXTS Both ladles and cen- ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 March 1887

MtpMk imnnfictd gkpuMic O'.DESI DULY '.RGST CIRCULATION. DEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. PRICK OF DAILY: ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVEXJXC,, A1."RCET 2:. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 6S. jiwitt)ew mm WtATHER FACTS. 1 WiftBMCToy.MarchSi-Ohlo. J Fair weitner, prcceiea ly 1 1 entrains In northeast por tion, becoming warmer. Sl'RlNC.FIEl ELI), O., ) h 21, 1SS7. J March The best dollar umbrella in market this spring is branded "Storm King" and on sale only at the Sixteen Hercules ribs can not be turned outside in. Linen twisted gingham and pure dye. Peerless black alpaca um brellas in 26, 2S and 30 inch, $1.50. The two best umbrel las for the price in any mar ket, and you'll say this much yourself. Our4-button cutaway Scotch suits come at $15 in ready-lor-business, and $24 in made up to your measure in artistic tailor style from our custom department. The suits and the material are side by side ready to be looked at and felt over, judged, bought, worn, worn out...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 March 1887

I I fl-fcptrBnc TrKSDAY lC'JEjN'i&0. MAHrlJ:2 Iflfif. - - -'- - - - I I ,-, l m ,1, mum. sSSSt w A -". - . a - b : A5 ?-. -a sjs a H .F'Sl lit iif&al Ki-ArtTl raK-3 UK i P ss"a ppriugfiiitl grpuulit. EVEXI50 AXD WEEKLY; Tlie KKFl'BLIC prists Ike Sew Terk tad We lira Asaeelated Prtaa DlipaUa.saaJ tki K.attr Calls (t'srtlfa) TeletTaass. C. il. NICHOLS, THUS. O. BROWN, StC'TiXDTKIiS. SPRIR&FIEIO PUBL1SHIHC E1IHIT, Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK EVKXIJJO KKCUItLlU Is DUbltShed every evening except Sunday, and la deliv ered at tbe rate ol 10c. per week. Single copies 2c. TIIK WEEKLY RKPCIILIO is pnblished every Thursday, and It one of the most com plete family newspapers In tbe country: eight paset, markets complete. Replete with news and miscellany, fl per year, invariably cash In advance. All communications and contributions ahAiiM Tm nrtrul trt riunif M. NirnoLff. edltor.andall business letters to Tuovas 0. Ita, manager. REPUBLIC BUILDING, SPRINOFTELD. OHIO. Telephone No...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 March 1887

- r-.jfc- om'- imviiUC, Ttri&JUY EYWS1XG vavoti oo, -,.957. rO5r? : IM- AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE MONDAY AND TUESDAY. MARCH 21 AND 11 T. B. MANNING In hit original creation of .li-remlali TuisiTS nc HimisIit Nlierirr, from l"iw) Cumit), in his comedy drama entitled. THE HOOSIER ODD FELLOWS! Preseuted under the ausi-lcesof of the sev eral l.O.O 1' lodges of :-irlngfield, Ohio. A tltid picture of life in Inttnla and In diana, receited with slmuts of laughter and stormsuf apil.iusr endorsed by the public and nress: beaut (ul dramatic tab leaux; the nel Initiation cene; Tom Hill, at KeuVu. In his ecei-iitrtc character peclalty. Fun All Alone " OiarleyUel ker. as "Schneider." a l.ermo-llousler, wlthsongsa id dances, the "'lddon Com bination" and a host of Volunteers from our best local talentln thecity.ln tliecast. Admission, sjc. :'n.in.l IV. children lc- Xo extra chanre for resened seats, to be had Pierre's Look Store. Market st doors open at ".curtain rises at 6 o'clock. BLA...

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. — 22 March 1887

a&5&& " " H i inifTHir"'Pi11fWfflfCTfTMarfl 1 "'T jftfli i f i nfii" fHyrpFJipjjjJJliiBip PmF REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING EAEOH 22, 1887. ie u ; .- Yjl - 1 v 4' I : 3i tB '1 -ail :;-J - vt -fa . - I1' -.- &$J Jfv- v Cs S&r- Ty 7I' jia-t .- Welsh Rarebit! Two cups o( grated cheese, yolks of two eggs bait rap of milk, salt and cayenne to taste. Toast carefully aqaare slices of bread with the crusts removed; while hot, butter them, and then plunge In a bowl ot hot w ah?, l'lao oil a heated dlli and stand In the oven to keep warm while jou make the rare ML Put the milk into a porcelain-lined or granite saucepau; stand itover a moder ate tire; when boiling ht, add the cheese; htir continually until the cheese Is melted; add the salt, caj enne and i oiks and pour over the toasted bread. If the rarebit Is string and lough it I the fault of the chee-e not lelng rich enough to melt. Try for the above our hneYork State Cream Cheoe, 18c per pound. Michigan Cream Clieee 15c pe...

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. — 23 March 1887

V. - . V - NJ 1 ' SAS2W i?$aHMtp &u? 3e. Springfield gcpuMic OLDEST DILY-URGEST CIRCUUTION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 69. i&pringfitW gUpublfa I'KICE OF DAILT: HIT TEN CENTS PER WEEK. PRICE TWO CENTS. SPBEffGFIELD, O., WEDKESDAY EVNIM,. UAKOII 2', 1ss7. pxiu0tw P&flj) ftaOTMtt. WEATHER FACTS. MThhhotoi'. . March 3-Ohto. il.lC'il ralus, filher tempera iture. Springfiku), O., ) March 23, 1SS7. j Those PANTS Here. The pant stock at the When is again large, very large. No man with a reasonable amount of ready cash can afford to use any other pockets Jor its safe keeping than those from this enormous stock. As an insurance against money burning the pocket, always use the When Patent Non - Explosive, Everlasting pocket. IO BIG- IO Fifty - eight suits (men's sizes) of the finest black pure worsted material made to sell for $15. We propose to use as a stroke of advertising by placing them among fifty con sumers at Ten Dollars a suit. This is a regular simon-pure a...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 23 March 1887

JsS&Zt waKrK,::s3s3s'M1 . staftssio,;-Aj-- - .. - --sv-- .a..Tft9TrtBWBWM migiseaaMSwsaowwa I IlEPTfJBLir. AVEDEHDAV EA-JESttSTG, MAttCW. 23 1887. mrrr t- '- 3, A IS - vi.4 ! 4. ill! at Jife :-3fc . -'& ji C5S CEMENT!! PLASTER, i Hair. Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney Pipe, SEWER PIPE! AMI FiTTinsro-s. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION CUD ICE CO. !:$ South Limestone St. K. , KKLI.Y. President. M. M. IIF.OC.K", Sec. Treas. II. VOfiKS. Macaser pringficUi Jtrpublu EVE.NINIS AMI WEKKLY. thr itFXI'M.U'p.-i.t. tar Stirrers, sad w,. Dm t.wlaifd i'fu lil.ptckf 4 thf Katr Ctl(KorUaTflri-. C. M. NICIIOI.S. racsiDcsT. Tims. s. nrttiwN. SSC'TiNDTRCiS. I SPainEFIElO PUBLI5HIH6 GDMPJIIY, Publishers and Proprietors. Tin: rvnxixc. ltKruist.io is published eTerTCenlnEeicept Sundiy. and Is deliv ered at the rate ot 10c. per week. Single copies 2c THE WKKKLV IlKI'l'llLIC Is published everr Thursday, and Is one of the most com plete family newspM.r in the country . eight races, markets .comple...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 23 March 1887

zr&atm RlSPtrBLTO. WEDSDAY EVEKISTG ILARCX1 28. 1887. Sttgsf- n AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Wednesday Evening, March 23 THE WOULD o M'l.VUUIlS. ORIGIN IL 3IAST0D0X MINSTRELS J. II IIWERIA I'COMMl The treat and ouly IXW EMERSON, tov dd Kymin K M llall the i.i.rni'tn brother, and all the old fAorltes tn an en tire new programme coucludlic with Got ima's spectacular operetta. KING OF THE FIJIS. Adml vion, 2c '-V and c resen ed seita. SI Free list for this enzacement suspended GRAND OPERA HOUSE M-. MI.IIT (IMA. Thursday, March 24th. l..t-rj ..o-dj't. I morltf, OLIVER BYRON! tupported bT the Chinning rtlste. IiVTi: 13TT1-.0:Y In the Powerful Kommtic Drama. INSIDE TRACK, n finnhatir success. n two hmltihprf Mlth a tuo it beautiful Ute "-torj. the de lichto'thr ladles indthemot thrtlltnc and realistic tire cenee.erlntroduccd in a drama The famous Byron Combination of Players In their Natural Characterization. PRICE. -"V. c.Sic. s-eats notv on sale at Harris's tigarMore BLACK WOLF! ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 23 March 1887

gpfisassipj S,SJSrlsr2yri..",ajr.T-3;TLt.!li. fe. -t; - -. -"--1" t&fr'tV .---"-'- REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING IAECH 23, 1887. w. S55 II. & Welsh Rarebit! Two cups of crated cheese, yolks of two epcs half -u) of uiilk, salt ami cayenne to taMe. Toast carefully "-quare slices of brent with the cru-ts reimned; while hot, butter them, ami then plunge In a bowl of hot water. Place on a heatetldish and stand In the oen to keep warm while you make the rarebit. Put the milk Into a porcelain-lined or granite Haifepan; stand It over a moder ate tire; when boiling hot, add the cheese; stir continually until the cheese U melted; add the salt, cajenne and yolks and pour oer the toasted bread. If the rarebit Is strincy and tough it Is the fault of the cheese not twins: rich enough to melt. Try for the abo e our fine York State Cream Chee. ISc per pound. Michigan Cream Cheese. 15c per pound. Swiss Chewe, fine, 25c per pound. At either store, BARGAIN STORES, 91 and 93 Wnl Main St. and 40 S...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1887

.- V , -.fcif .flfW-ii. t"- in ii mS r Vi"fnWlllMWfrttlfJrar mii i ri-"---'ia'3Jiaa"asaBBeg3fr SSS8SBSfeS3S235SfiiPeS ailjj ijwMic prinflfuH grpubtit OLDEST 0ILY-LGUT CIRCULATION. BEST MUSING MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 70. SPRINGFIELD, O., THURSDAY EVEXIXG, MARCO -21. 1SS7. JmttgfMft PRICE OF DAILY! : ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEE 1 PRICE TWO CENTS. J 11 s 7eP , Kl -H is m WfcATHER FACTS. WifnmoTO.Mreh:4-Ohlo t ll&tu !illoa by iairweam .r. stationary temieratur In unities!, comer iu uuriu rl SfRINCFinU), O., March 24, 1SS7. NO DOUBT Those opposed to the When folks grasping the last remain ing third ol the Springfield clothing business would grin far back of the ears at a chance to hang in their show windows one of our fine worsted suits which are being ireely distributed for the pur pose of drawing in trade, at the rate of Ten Dollars a Suit. The news of spring wear ings is almost too fast to stop and tell. In the order of stuff for weather a little later on, comes jean drawers. What we d...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1887

BtfatdChdbaadbiS mvimnc, fnrnsruy Evuyxyc. alvmcit 3 1 isst. S5 Is r s- ..H'iT 5- 'Sr Springfield JlcuuMU EYEXIXH AMI WEEKLY. Tkf Itt.ri ltl.ir print, ike rw Tort u u irr. MiMrn. PUMUk...4 th. Ut.Lr CaMe(rcre-Ua)Tfln;ram. G. SI. NICHOLS. Tiltls. !. IIKOWN. r-IC'TlleDTRKAS. SFBINGFIELD FtlBLISHlNC CDMFASY. Publishers and Proprietors. Tin: etkmmi ni.riiitnc is published exery eTenini; except Sunday, anil U deliv ered at the rate ot lPc per week. Single cople 2c TIIK WKFKI.Y KTBITHLIC il published exery Thursday and 1 one. of me mirtioim plete family uepin. In the country. elcht pases, markets craplefs Krp.ete with news and miscellany. Intartabli cash Id advance. II per year. All CrttnmunlcMlons and contributions contributions arifiuM tkA 1.1rtk.4 t.t. Piu-mv M NtCHtlL. l rditor. and atl business lettt-m to Thomas u REPUBLIC Bl'ILDlXG, SPRINOriELD, OHIO, Tlphon ?o. S.10. THURS3T EVEWNG. MRCH Z. I88T Republican City Ticket. slitjor oi.ivi.it . ki:i i.y. Clt ollilor: r5USTrs x. m'mmfks I...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1887

.v , ,yrgncqatgjSaa3r vftV KCv.',&'i W.S -stWtss1 & - - .- 5ftgft.jTn-- iMT, T WJriViVillTlii nr in -i-r imi -ir" ' '" n REPUBLIC, THXKSDAY EVEyiG atAflOII 24, 1B87. SSgjgggigBprtiiirA-rtmtf 1 AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPEHA HOUSE ONE MOHT OM.Y. Thursday, March 24th. KrrjlKMl 1 nrorlte, OLIVER BYRON! Miuiwrted by theCtiarmlnc Vrtlste. KATltl HY1)' In the Powerful Uom intic lrarua. INSIDE TRACK, An tnph i su ; in two himiphert" Williamo tbtsutful I,ot m ry the de Iicht o tlit tadie and the most thrtllim and realistic tia ceuee.er Introduced lo a drama The famous Byron Combination of Players In their Natural Characterizations l'KK F' " Ve Zc :estsni onsleat Harris 9 t (car More BLACK WOLF ! Or Clad; LrrroT Had eae which la considered Incurable, bat it has yielded to the curative printer tlesof fcwirr's brcciric now knonn all out the world nssi. Mrs. llailej. of Ytet Somcr1lle, Wa.prarItoton was attatVed Mrcral yrareaEo ith this hideous t1ac crujiuon. and was treated by the best medica...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 March 1887

-rv-sas;-. P.-; $ '&&&&&.' "Wpi-y.i'jji- ,c ujmuu.ju. jwjm.,,u tw ytmma-. -i jj. t I .. REPTTBLtO, THUBSDAY EVENING MA13CII 24. 1881 t fe. 31 fr f ;te W &k Ik. it B Welsh Rarebit! T Mrta nf OTntrtl fhprfUL Vftlkft of tWO ggs, half rap of milk, salt and cayenne to taste. Toast carefully square slices of bread with the crusts removed; while hot, butter them, and then plunge In a bowl of hot water. Place on a heated dish and stand In the oven to keep warm while you make the rarebit. Put the milk Into a porcelaln-llned ... n..ti.. ei1AAnin staml it over & nioder- ate fire; when boiling hot, add the cheese; i.ntnitit until thn pheene is melted; ..1.1 h salt, cavenne and yolks and pour over the toasted bread. If the rarebit U stringy and tough It is the fault of the cheese not being rich enough to melt. Try for the above our fine York btate Cream Cheese, 18c per pound. Michigan Cream Cheese. 15c per pound. Swiss Cheese, fine, 25c per pound. At either store. at ...

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