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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 25 March 1887

' '- j-jS,i&i.-'3-3Ufcs.i WWSW iiai.mwt NMM ailg ftptMfc Springfield Republic O'.DEST D1ILY-LUGEST CIRCULATION. BEST MUSING MEDIUM. Springfield gUpuiilfo I'HICE or DAIIA : ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 71 SPED-TGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EYEXIXd, MARCH 27, 1887. iBgsMajmgBM jfativyrfkw m 3 s It It i S! WEATHER FACTS. Vminoni. March IVOhlo I latr weather, nearl' station ry temperature SrKINGFIEU) , O., ) 5. 1SS7. maim $1.48. OUR OWN! The hatless will please see the When window of Fine Fur Derby Hats at 51.4s each. The suitless, one of our bait suits worth something like fif teen or sixteen dollars, going with a vim at $10 per suit. The pantless, a pair of solid, all-wool, strongly made pants at $2 50. The shirtless, one of a thousand different styles in work or dress shirts, ranging in price from 25c to $2.50. It's a very good store that caters to the wants of every individual better than the When. It's a good knee pant that beats our 29 centers. With the thou...

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. — 25 March 1887

&&est.'ami' "T"!. ""'S'l mtwutm 1 REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENING, ilABCH 2 1887. :.4 fie it-'- Ips is 3P- -! mj to? Bt . lay i- CEMENT! ' PLASTER, Hair. Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney Pipe, SEWER PIPE FITTI2STC3-S. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION com m ice co. m South Limestone St. , . KI.I.U, President M. M. HF.IK.KI, t.Treas. II VOIES. Manner pringfirld $cpubUt EYEXIM! AMI WEEKLY. Tkr Bl Tl ni.ir rrlt t Tort ul Wf ttra AMorl&t.d Pre. HUpatrkFsaMd the RBtrr CftMetForeica Tflraiu M. MOIIOUS. rttsil'SM. TIK-i. ;. 11KOW.V. SPB1NGFIELD PUBLISHING COINIT. Publishers and Proprietors. THE KVKNINO KHI'UIILIO If publllhed ererj evening except Sundar. and It deltv red at the rate ot lie per week. Single coptea 2c T11K VVKKKI.V Kr.rtlllLIC ti published everr Thursday, and is one of the moat com plete family newspapers In the country: eleht paces, markets complete. Replete with news and miscellany fl per year, turartably cash I n adv ance. All eommunlCAtinns and contributions should ...

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. — 25 March 1887

;&&&f?& ,SJC '!- .-'- H& w tesisfT- KEPtTBLTO, FRIDAY EYENESTG INLVROTI 25. 1SRT. & y, '? AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE OXK N1GIIT OM.T. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1887. "THE FUXXIEVT OF THEM ALL.'' !" 1 J O ?C T ! iXL m'EARAXi E HERE OF THE Original Sparks Co. Kdoutu Jt iict. - Proprietors In the Greatest of all suc-esse. ABUN-H OF KEYS OK. THIS HOTKU kT I HAS. H. liOVT. Marietta Xah ami the Original Cast. New Features ' New Metiers ! New Sine. lUnces aud Witticisms. PRICKS Tic. .We and e Seats on sale at lUrri-'!. i iKar.-tore now BUCK WOLF! Or Black Immj. Is a disease nhkh t. considered incurable, bnt it has jlcldrd to the cnratl.e rroner tin or hwirr'a frlrcinr nor. knoirn all cm r the world at S. S. S. Mrs. Bailey, of We! Sornervtlle Us near Iloston. was attacked several vearsa-o witn this hideous Mack crnpUon. and was treated by the best medical talent. who could onlr say that tie iSiaeasc aa a fivcica of -1JEPROSY- and consequently Incurable. It Is impossible ...

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. — 25 March 1887

fa v REPUBLIC), FRIDAY EVENING JLARC'II 2.", 1887. :-'! ;:3hL -flft it a : i :3M ' -Ci a; 4 r S?I2& 4 -!'l 3j -J -il I i1R ' ! ii -as 1 I. fi- fcr isr ft: r it E. Ft cm Store to Table RICE SNOW BALLS. Boil one pint rice until soft In two quarts of water, with a tea poon Milt: put in small cups and when perfectly cold place in a dish. Make boiled custard of the jolks of tliree egirs. one pint sweet milk and one teaspoon corn starch; flavor with lemon When cold, pour over the rice hall-, half an hour before setving. This is a ery simple but nice dessert- Practical Housekeeping. B-iy for the sour- our par COrtX SrXKril. 3 i.. k it s tor -ia cent. (Jsrnll-a Itlc 7 l-2r to 8 1-3e pr lb. Parr Extract Lemon, Oc per buttle. AT EITHER STORE. loWby vvWC BARGAIN STORES, l and 03 Vfrmt Main 8U and 40 South Mar. ket SI., Mprlnatl'ld, U. PEOPLES COLUMN. WANTED WANTED cents to handle picture, lace curtains, books, silverware, clocks, lamps, ett. on payments. References required Ap ply at once ...

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. — 26 March 1887

-.B.j.asSRSSSS&y-;?-'-' t Imrttijrftelfr jMto ftrnttMic. Springfield gtpublic OlOEST 0ILY UHCESI CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDiUM. Springfield Republic l-KICK or IIAII.l : ta ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. VOL. XXXIII NO. SPRINGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH Hi, 1ss7. PRICE TWO CENTS. I- WtATHER FACTS. I WimoTn.Mareh2D-Ohln Fair weather, slightly warm SrRINGFIEU), O., ) March 26, 18S7. j TO SAY Right Out Loud! The cry of slop work in boys' knee pants by little "side show" competitors ceas es after reading the WHEN advertisement ol enough to pant the whole broad country round at 29 cents a pair. We never specify in an ad vertisement that a line of this, that or the other thing, is small, so very small that it's likely to be out by the time your morning work is done and you have time to come and see what we're talking about. To the contrary, we employ no sort of deception in order to quote you low prices. The whole secret lies in manufacturing the garments ourselves in enormous ...

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. — 26 March 1887

REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENlSd MAttCLf 1S8T JACOBS OR FOR NEURALGIA. 9h'.4j,r ti lijt ' itrar w dement ton&m vg t he rjficiyy vf V ud Ou and u wimk' cur , art ym h Neuralgia and Pralis ao 1380-Currd. i-pnugneld Ttnn Mv wife uf.fsl lSimU.hw itU tivural iudiaJii.-.- 1 lutdto ui e lur tu 1 nitJi utvl mdiiorx.icf ll tliL timt ahe had ud ittthirdi t.f a bu'lllv ul M Jacob Oil ahc t-uuM walk. JO&.11 MlKrilrY. From Same 6 Years Liter Permanent Cure. prmgn.d,Tnn..lM. 17, ifl. Mv wite huh jutraUAsl and ismld no Walk a Mi It 1U It :t I Usl it tmltlc of M Jaoi ?.-ue wiiht-:ut the Imhim' Sh Is now tntmh well, dr all tbe hoUM wu.k aud imlklng too jo-.r MlUniEY. Fran a ScUUc Sufferer No., 1880 -Cured. Volt Iepot rmumntu Va Wllell 1 plt JnColwOll toll' I UHtll tl uiih Mintira now I am Ruing mNhii the twin with fftc H fm 1 cot it I could not be iiiut-.l 1 w nt to tlit taMa loiU). TIlOMAblUKMtA. From Sime 6 Years Later-Ptrminent Cure. s-crtt li.t, ltittuim .W a Ot S, 1n 1 wu twtite U.s on mr Imt...

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. — 26 March 1887

A- - cjilHBlaS!MKSBMMMhwMww iitwiJBic."i' KEPUBLIG, SATURDAY EVENING MARCH 2( 1887. -3 -"- - - i - (i .. i liSif I. W A COMPACT HOUSE. ADVANTAGES i. THAT IS OF HAVING A HALL NEARLY SQUARE. IhecvlJ.ii Mairway Is- Nearly indicated, a going down parallel to the kitchen stair Hnl under the front stair. The oellir in thw house woultl le under the kitchen itairwa aiul the lecvpttfi. hall, that is, it would occupy all of out ule of thu house. REASONS FOR THEIR PEACEFUL RELATIONS WITH THE BRITISH. Le floor Surface 1 Taken l" ami Uemlere! of Greater ft lilt Tlmn tiy the OM OMoiig Hall I'Uii-(.round ami tapper l'loor 11 a in. (Svoial Correspondence 1 Indianapolis March 2 Goo., and economical housekeeping can lo uiot ivadily earned on in a eompict house. To say that a house ts compatt dis nnt necessarily imply that it I crowded, or that any of the wnditions of comfort are hM fright of. If no avoid woto paoe. such as n b frtsjui-nlly a-sMgntsJ to large halls and pas fsiges w? meiely take away s...

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. — 26 March 1887

wwli. uw.jrwwqaS'W H Wl M, ww j L iragageaf-. i AssfeJ B&ax&mnato KEPUBT.Tr, SATURDAY EVESIXG. MARCTT -V, 1887. CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay. Chimney Pipe. SEWER PIPE AMI FITTI3STOS. A full stock always on hand. ii i ir o; v 11 no. n: Ill MIMi. a or int. i CHAMPION COAL ID ICE GO. '.: South Limestone St. l. M mint of death, Irom llrighl's disease of the kidtievs. who used f lie "Warner bile Manv pieit thine occur In one- mimi Cure" rmd no other remedj. who think and mm hen? el-e. Certain smart follow that It rurcd them and they r.re cured, arc great men In their mind-, and in no- They were cured 1) It, "In their mind,' NmIv else'-. ( -rum other jusiple ate verv and something cured them In their kulne.Vs. wealth, in their minds, when those muni The inipoitait thing is that the) are cured are in n state of. exaltation from the fume ami whethir the) have been healed by a of alcohol. It iloe not require a great "mliid-eme" or a meilieliie cure, make lit- amount or ...

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. — 26 March 1887

giartjmfffetaCTar.,wf REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING LVRCH 20. 1887. CALIFORNIA LETTER. n Interesting ski tcli ol tlrcliftrH. Wile. aiRiia Pttw Oaph, CV1 Is, nonnc, Ctwiy An hm. r . it. Ceu too lr rii A --lp I M f in in .- pn 1 hr oiir rw twi lo Latk ut A I UlMlfa f at in-, t trip Cah t xy t, 1 th (amikjMcnturcnf J kn U ell r i jLf im .r , "m le OI IjTChfl taroN nnl RntnTie. 1 Ua&& Chrw I. ' i'lnrt Thr crratTobarra Ad tJoie! moo 1U 4 t.ltl tj all Urucbiui. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE IM MC.IITOM., TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1887. "THE KlXMKil (It 1IILM 11.1..'' K 1 1 o :v r ' .L M'l't WUV I IIEK1 "I Till. Original Sparks Co. In the ui i st 'I ill mi e-se.. A BUNCH OF KEYS OK VI I1C 1IOTHL Marietta Xah mid ihe Original Cut. New features w MMlys New Hurt luit.es id ittirtsni FKHt-V "H and e-ts on sale at Harris - icr More iiow BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. . CONVKK.-K, DtkTiL rimuut Koomt Sao. .Mitchell Blot C.1 T A. LEW IS, DISTIST. S E Cor Miln una Market Sl. H.SMITH, METIS or ICHIKOTt...

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. — 26 March 1887

wml M DEAR HUSBAND, COME HOME! tAnegediftl nL'hetoa fraiiirr lufiuUv of the Illinois legislature Huitbaad, dear hu -han 1 rutm home to me now rroro bnriDgfl k-icozv ndar , Tt lonelj with-it on w h t you ut come And see to the thio? m the farm You told me u hen mi w ore elected last fall If I would bul ontv let you p You aurely 011U come eVr the w Inter w as gone; Of courw I lelie tsl it u as Husband, dear husband come lioine tome now, I m tnimn?thefsicrof -pnn. Ynie btaid kmj; noucb in the capital thert You re much &ft r undtr my mc The old hsTh i ia mp: the stable like mad. The colt h in a lernNe se The uroall bnndle heifer has gyt a hite calf. And the cattle are taIinj ftr ou Husband dearhushant eome lnme to me now. I'd hVe to olispne hat ou n t -benunvoiip-tthrouchith.rrf-iinlre- mitt, inoniinj. b the heat of the sun. to nmt na t n lv-i Jit him fci MiKt an 1m1.ro. e AolMmheabj this on- and that' f , , , . ft , nnm with mud ,tMlflt ,,,.., "... ,.., M rtf ., Your mileage is paU...

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. — 26 March 1887

-sa-AaF JElk KEPtTBLIG, SATUBPAY EVENING MABlTl 2.; 1SS7. 4 'D .... :& s .. ?-: s TIFE UNGLOVED HANI). It occurred six jears ago, in ltsSl, and at the Chateau Mounlalsir, near Virehoiv. Huu Ah. well; ni one lc"iew. A bnsht ft-riiii; monilmrc the little. pa vilion at til end of the pinleii where Vladimir Dejnek pursued hi" art, tciIp tor's tool mattered about; the fun-liine fctrvainiui aeroas lii "hiii face and milk ilir more than terrible his open, j-lazisi eie, a bird sitting tinging on hus icy li.-ui'l. the black, round mark about las throat, the half finished statue of Memory in the moist clay, the open casement and the carefully rlo-s-d door That waiall et no you asV if there was uo clew' Tw o Utile one. And et one greater than the other. The deep imprints of two hand" a , right hand and a left in the net clay of , the, youm artist's last work The right hand was that of nn ansto- i oral; the long, slender and tapered fingers the hollow, narrow palm, een I the impress of the ...

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. — 26 March 1887

SfSrJ-- -v -v' o t v - REPUBLIC. SATURDAY ENHGNESTG .UABCH 20, 188T. S From Store to Table RICE SNOW BALLS. Uoll one pint rice until -oft in ti quarts of water, with n tea inmiii salt, put in small runs anil when perfectlv slil place in a dish. Make a bulled custard ot the )olks of three est, one pint sweet milk ami one tttapoon com starch llair with leiiion When coM. lir oicr the lice l ill- half an hour before -er ing I'liis i- a M rj simple but nice dessert l'r.ictical Housekeeping. Buy Tor the above our pure COrtX STARCH. .'1 pv'kiitcs for 2."i cents. Carolina Klce. " l-'-V to S l-:tc per lb. Tore Extract Lemon, UJf per bottle. AT ElTHKIt STOKE. BARGAIN STORES. 1 and 93 VTr.1 Mln St. anil 10 toulti Mar ket St., sprtliitllelil. . SHIRTS! Call anil Ieae jour measure for our FINE CUSTOM SHIRTS Best material. Perfect in tit, Maile iu anj btjle. Well Don't par traielme humbugs two prices for Read) -made snirrs unuci me nct. of having them "made to order." n. THE SHIRT MAKER. 0. 5 KtS...

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. — 28 March 1887

r - Jl'v'V"--1"' - --3 $&?J-jvjaS83eMIMWMWWWW """ -J- -j-ecuw imp mmim mJmaV'mMmtmmmmimiamaait hwnm4mmim& ?j:3 prinflficld grpublu O.DEST OtlLT-URGESI CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. $pringficli! gUpublfc run.-K or DAILY: ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. , 1 51 O ?3i I tik VOL. XXX11I NO. 73 SPRING FIELD, O., MONDAY EVKMM5. 1 UC II is, 17. PRICE TWO CENTS. mjUHM liTTITfrnfl i ' T '- ftovivyfitUf Paito ftotMk. II r t i- J - WEATHER FACTS. Ft1. iriBirani .March: -Ohio il . - .arliHT lifuAriHalil llT ittht in. stationary teni-t j,ermtun? SPRlNGFIEI.n, O., ) March 2S, 1SS7. ) II SEMO FflGT You can get bargains at the When that .cannot be found in the beaten path of regular trade. We are absolutely selling MEN'S Fifteen dollar suits for $10.00. Competition may squirm around to find SUITS To equal it. but large manu facturers like Owen Brothers -have advantages over small dealers who have to buy from obbers. This suit is the best value ever seen in the city for the money. Our stock ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 March 1887

MMMMHMI IW(lMiJ iM H lj- iUM vTBB'f-,,jivrsa'3?'...t, a ""S'gaBatow ' ?B.- kl KTSPtTBLIC, MOMUY KTEiffiG, MARC1X2S 1887. '31 4. M .14 -8 ! r 3g &mi SI ii jagg fflri CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair. Fire Brick and Clay'-; Chimney Pipe. SEWER PIPE FiTTiiisra-s. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION CUD ICE CO. '.: South Limestone St. . ki:i.l. President M. llKUliK". Vc. Treas. H VOrtF.". Manacer Springfield dtfqnibUc EVLMXtJ AMI WKEKI.. The EEI1 BLIC print, the 1f lork 4d Vf.. tra JUsAtiatrd Vrt Dl.piiteh.saad Ih Ktatrr CaI(rrleTeliri'.. C. M. MCIIOI.S, rkt.-tui.NT. TIIO-. I" IIKOVV.N. site t : 5PHIN0FIELD PUBLISHING GOMPARY. Publishers and Proprietors. THE EVENING Utl'l III IV Is published every eventns: except Sunday. and 1b deliv eredat the rat l l"c per weea. r-tntfle copies 2c THK WEKKI.Y RKl't'lll.IC Is published every Thursday, and Is one ol the most com plele family newspapers In the country . elcht pacrs. market' complete. Repine with Dm and ralrcllani. fl Per year. Invariably cash...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 March 1887

,iefc ''' ..-.,- -eK-.-:! A)wHN)otNawNAWMeBHakaiMMaJMMrtaHK)Ma tgmmummmtmetSMtMMfm V REPTTBLfC, MO.VDAY EVEyjyG tATfCn 28, 1387. -J -- - win i- i IW r i m WBraSSRBSBHI Washington- motes 1,.1 BV fWiVJfflrf 1 1 I SomethlDK J"Tb G-vatt Cow. on Eirth for I kin tiiiTetn-reqttivX ilti b cttvr Lncnir t - umiiiKm. vnni ltur (v-aw. Oil. Lutitta Ki rtir Sr, 1cm4 Ul-, ai-, V it, HraJa.-he . l V Id by all d5"iTit sff" f i bear (Mir fCHri(rii rTtre A i M -r A Ian, bo iTprirtori, ii.Mn) t ." a. 'KT 2X5 Dr. ltair Couch irun v on Couth at once. I'rlw onirj f i AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE OVK MC.1IT OM A. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1887. the it.vmlm or ih:..m U.I.. I-K0 2. T : L 1T1 UUV r liKKl "I Till Original Sparks Co. 1 4lniin J. ".ui -.-, - rrsirittr, In the i.r ,t hi il ai su -e, ABUfTH OF KEYS OlSU THIS llOTKL Marietta ..i and hf Or. stall Cat w 1 atare "N M i!i"y -w tg tu a id . Tli iiu l'RH I c a il vait n -st-le at Harr rir m tv now BLACK WOLF! Or Black. Lrretr i.auearwhca tcnni3nTd Incurable, b...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 March 1887

ft; REPUBLIC. MONDAY EVJSNUffG MARCH i, 1887. r .31 5 ff an isa I f"L 'M M i3j? t K i r . :' 1 r It V I. It IIP" pf r CHEAP QUEENSWARE ! New Goods for Spring Trade. Wo want you to see the good and w will name the pries lo w er t li a nr impossibly he offered by any exrlushe qiieenswure store. Our extensive departments of (Jroceries and (Jueensnare combined enables us to sell at prices riiiuou to any comptti tion. Come and see our decorated sets in i hina at $ and $14). In this week. BARGAIN STORES, VI and 03 West Mnln St. nnd 40 South Mr ket St.. prliiEtlrlil, . PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WANTED tmrt office boy Mot c!e tt relerences Vwilr at once to U o Huun i Co') Mercantile Vcency, In Book.-lter bulMlne "" TV J ANTED To cet house-clcanlnc to do In quire at 3U east cummpia street i.n W ANTED 5trl to do ireneral housework, at o SDUonu tactory street. ii IITAN'TEI Salesmen to sell nursers stk tt Full tine ol new and yaluatile specialties bteadyemil.meutat Bied salaries and es. peases, o...

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. — 29 March 1887

r-iib-v nffigS. & UlnlHMiWM m.iinuMi ,t hmmi f4g''iiJwiiwBBasaBii.aiiWi,wiii j.n .h HBHWaAa1 '-sW V lail Ml imngfidl gUpufclta I'KII t. OK U.VIIA . 0IL1 TEH CENTS PER WEEK. I'RICE TWO CENTS. O.OESt ONLY L.IRGESI CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM.! VOL. XXXIII NO. 74. SPRINGFIELD, ()., TUESDAY KYEMM.. I YRCII ii. 17. S? itettMtc. Jlminflfw l J f 1 ?-t WtATHER FACTS. WAsmioTnii. March Jy Jhlo ratr weather, waixuer SrRINOFIl.LI), O., March 29, 1SS7. Will tell a person that small dealers who are forced to buy from jobbers cannot compete with large manufacturers like OWEN BROS. We are always at the head and never has it heen our privilege to exhibit so com plete and attractive a line of seasonable goods as at this moment. Come in and see our beau tiful stock and we will con vince you that our prices and bargains are MATCHLESS. You can be fitted out from head to foot at the WH EN. Seeour$i.4S stiff hat before- you go-to small dealers to buy. Boys' knee pants at 29c, sizes 4 to 1 2 ...

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. — 29 March 1887

-i , fsM -' 41 It' :3Bai " av S " M - '3i Ml " ilfi till ill SSI",. 1J " "irr"' '" "1" " ""' i ' i ' ' , " Springfield Republic EVEXIXO AX I) WEEKLY: sonalailiancement In the community, ! TkBErrBLICrl.Utk.a.wIork.XM.h ' Mhw- Vf"''' Mle, ,L tr.iofIteJl'rMDUtcbdUt RtrEerjbo.lyknon-. that the enemy, drlien Cbl (Forrlf ) TrUtraait. C. M. NICHOLS. FEEsIDKVT. thus, n. iirow", SIC'T M THUS. SPflllGFIEtO PUBLISHIHG GQMPHIY, Publishers and Proprietor. THE ZVKMMl Kr.I'llllLIO tl DUblllhcd every evening eicept MiudiiT. and I. deliv ered at the rate ot Uc per week. Single copies 2c. THE WKKKLY RKI'IIIILIO It published every Thursday, and it one ot the mwtcom plete family newspaper In the country. elKht paces, markets complete Kepiete with nes and miscellany II per year. Invariably cash In advanctt All mmunleatlons and contributions should tie addressed to Ciiitox M Xirnois. editor. and all business letters to Tuoms t linn, s, manager. reitblic Brimixo. SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. Telephone No. 30. TUESD...

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. — 29 March 1887

Sfcfe --- 3 TT'-'r3WT " JS.-V REPUBLIC, TUESDAY . v- pw A QUESTION ABOV1 Browiis Iron Bitters ANSWERED. Tin, QMtiaa ba rroUUr bm Mksd titooaand urn Horn can BrrNrn' Iron Bitt-n cut m tUinrt wall, ft d.aat. But It doe cura any -- 1 which a ipaUbl pbjvicUn wntilj pnwcnb I no FcricUi. roavruE Irua a Um tMt ravtortU Mrat known to h prrfwrim. and inquiry of a. fcadintt cbmstcal firm will aatwrantiat. Um aVMertfcH. that Uwrt are mors ptvpumtLins vNt imo Utui of nj otbr RitMtuKM Sara Id meiic.t rhia abotrc oo rlQMlj thai iron i- acanwsdjri to he the tn w. impuruat factor in acctm Jq dx-JicJ pr-l k ltl Dsi , rmu-kll trt ,tbt priwtrttb dutoatr "TNTRkOW.VIKOMllTTi:KSupfvlWt V ft&tifartoc7 ina. eumbin. two hid two found. BROWM'S IRON BinERSiruS&i: htssdxtna, or pmdoe onrntipntmn t:rr irim -cdirlars.s. HltOVV Vs 1KOMUTTKK m Iadle.lloa. lllllon.De, t r.knr., StTE'" '"J"r,. CWIU and Fev. rs. 2&T1 '"" Hrblllty.Pala intb. lRS3sJR0NB,TORS.lrr. wit JI!5teJ " ,h BM nmwl JfIS.."?x "'''' lb....

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. — 29 March 1887

V!., v -u " WW"WWP h9HMMr ! y EMJ.NI'a MAftl'ff -2. 1887. 'm GRAND D NEW SPRING GOODS! 'lB 5iB Consisting of the latest novelties in Dress Gu T3S in all-wool Cashmers ; Combination Suitings in great variety : all the new colors in Henrietta Suit- inqs and in Surah Silks at unusually low prices ; new Blapus .Win. wide, every yard quaranteed to qive entire satisfaction at $1 and $1.25 per yard : new Silk Velvets in in all the leading colors ; new Dress Trimmings in great vaV:"'' ur style and colors, at 75c and 95c; these goods really are worth $1.25 and $1 50 ; we are offerina new Dress Goods as low as 4c per yard ; new shawls, spring and summer shades, as low as 65 cents each ; new Lace Curtains, over a hundred different patterns, as low as 75 cents a pair ; GREAT INDUCEMENTS Offered in this department. v ' i--t-ir-iv-wrssae .-4 I X fill 1 I III! I 11 1 LI SPRING FIELD. P i ft ST fM S1 V.-ij 2 3 4 $v -3 "'!.- - - S s5 I? ! F s-rsil a- " L 1st ?. bV .-. I I f F ft 9' V&r v 11 e. S...

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