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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 30 March 1887

k ?' vs2i3S8ese-. ,-,s9sa s-u-.'jj. Mii'miiu'jws iTBEH'Mps.iiw atttt te fpringficUl gUpublic. $prinaftrtd cpubtu OLDEST 01LT-URGESI CIRCULATION. BEST tOiERTISING MEDIUM. I'ltlCK Or DAILY: DNLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPBIXGFJEL1), O., WEDNESDAY EVEXLVi. M ARCH :!0, 1SS7. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 75. tmfclfc jiprmgfiw n? I. -X w I WtATHER FACTS. tj W4bisoitofi .March 00 -Ohio Fair either. frli.iwl by nilu. warmer SrKiNGFii: March :i.n. O., ) 30, 1SS7. j WHIT XTOT Buy your clothes and furnich Ing goods at a place where articles are marked in plain figures and where there is but one price. It is certainly much pleasanter; you are more apt to get value received for your money. There is scarcely any one, even men in the business, that can judge the price of a suit of clothes within two or three dollars, or even more; less can be expected of those who only buy a suit or two in a yar. You run no risk at WITHOUT NEW YORK Senator Sherman Can Be Elected the Next President of the United St...

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. — 30 March 1887

stfS3l5a- . ?WlWBW" ii i imiwriwrrpf'1"t'"' uu . -- "? 'Si.tfc.MCn,a(- . , KM U'-.", . fjpgjliij-pq ai!inrri m'.t rail u ( 11 K" I: :m .Is Hr " " 1 it- - -If tf 45" f- K I t i f fii : y..Kirfiiiw i Winn i .... i ' CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair. Fire Brick and Clay. Chimney Pipe. SEWER PIPE M- FITTINGS. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION 1C South Limestone St. Kl.LI.I, President , IIHX.K1. svc.Treas II VOtI-" Manaser Springfield gcpublu KVKMMJ AM .iEEKIi. Tkr R rl HI It prl.t the w Tort 4 Wen !rr .srl.tt. ITr I.ptfhl U Itf-tfr 1 tkle (I orf U)TrIf crm. MMIOI.-. Tlllls. .. I1IMW . SH 'TIMitHk'- SPSIHEFIELD PUBLISHING GNINIT, Publishers afd Proprietors. TI1K MKMXO Kt.rUIII.IO Id puWUhed redat the rate ot 10c per week. SIHKle cople2e .... . TUB Wf.l-.K1 KtrUHI-H l published even Thursday, and W o le ol the mosi : com ," family -e.rlers In the coub . trr r.uht par. nirkeM comrlete Kej'iete wtlti nevis and miscellany Jl Per year. tLTarlably ch In advance. All wmmnn!ti..ii and '"""""V shnuld be...

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. — 30 March 1887

;a: R 85BB3aWiBgsaie3W3Wgl-i.MeaAtit3aMBCi Ut-iTWjij-; ?4E:S?2ajr.iasii lffittfBite, AVEMffiSDAt ETEKJESrS MARCH SO. 188?, -- -'-- iiiffV ' lJlfc JJMMfcw iii- rn a BRMsi e -THE M BESTTONIH. ThU medicine, combining Inn wlrt. pare "Ytretable tonics. aufrUy and rorm.ie,v.y 4'area llprpln, fnillcrilan. Wrnknr, lMpKrrltlMl,JlAlartu,lbllUandF-irr, IUi an untai..ncr rvraedy for D.smim of the KMary and I.Urr. It It Invaluable for riases inilUr to Women, ami all who load K-dcr.Urj t. Kilo's not injurv the ttfth.CMU'' ht-ttdache or produce comafprttlon vOt Jrrm mrdictruntla Itenricheand purine theMco! t.mulnt- the app-Hit?, aUls the avimiatlon of ft., re ..err Heartburn and m..rl.i.. and strength en the mule and nm . Kor Intermittent Fevers lassitude, lack of Knenry. Ac., it lias no equal - The i-nuine ha atre trade mart and cruwed red lineaon rapjr Tale no other ! IRimMNllltLnk.aiTIl(llI.r AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Saturday Evening. April 2nd. I'.eturn encasement -I the favorite actres...

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. — 30 March 1887

. : VhTS:" : iTi rni 1 1 i irm n 'nMiiirarii rnf iir - --. . -ti. -.- jVCrf. g .Vs. g g5 -Jr REPUBLIC, "WEDNESDAY EVENING .MAJtC'U 30. 1887. GRAND DISPLAY NEW SPRING GOODS! i" f -r 9 jtir i Consisting of the latest novelties in Dress Goods. All the new shades in all-wool Cashmers ; Combination Suitings in great variety ; all the new colors in Henrietta Suit ings and in Surah Silks at unusually low prices ; new Black Silks, 24 in. wide, every yard guaranteed to give entire satisfaction at $l and $1.25 per yard ; new Silk Velvets in in all the leading colors ; new Dress Trimmings in great variety of style and colors, at 75c and 95c; these goods really are worth $1.25 and $1 50 ; we are offering 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 centc a pair; GREAT INDUCEMENTS Offered in this department. QXTI Ms is- - M w it IS y&- w f. is- M E n& i m t - tl2L...

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. — 31 March 1887

K BJWffl'Mrig'iftagMl)Wj.l)-"WWw ji a jjtuw .?-- ml Republic , !, $)xutVuU grpuliltc. prinnfifU grpublU O.OESt DllT-URGEST CIRCULATION. BEST UfERTlSllG MEDIUM. VOL. XXXIII NO. 76. li'.ii.K or ixiu . QHLY TEN iCENTS PEI WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., TIITRSDAY EVEMNC, MARCH :'.!, l.ssT. PRICK TWO CENTS. jlmitijjfMfi s i, 8- If ' i s IV & I n E-l WtATHER FACTS. I wiiOTo.Mrehl-Ohlo llr uriiVr. preceded by J iglitralu '.11 southern portion, ctlaei Sl'RINGFIKLI), O., March i, O., ) 31, 1SS7.J IT 1 I know you have strictly one price, without any excep tion, therefore 1 feel safe in my purchase. These are the WORDS From a customer today prais ing our system of doing busi ness. WE Cannot say too much about our wise and only correct way of doing business. And we SAY It again, we can save you 20 per cent, in every dollar's worth of goods you buy. WHY? We manufacture all BEER OK SO BEER. Great Excitement About th Prohibiticn Amendment Election in Michigan, on Monday Next. liiteii-.it ret ling In I...

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. — 31 March 1887

rr Tn I'm iato -r -ontilai iqct ITEFJBLTr, TFTTTRSDAY EVENTS, MAICH 31 1RR7. 300 PAIRS OF LADIES' FINE DRESS SHOES! 2 03srir5r $1.25, -vOTrjEi $225, $2.50 .aistd S3, jjt LT .p OOJUEE CTTICJIS. BARG-AI1VS. I fr FJSr 1 ill ms s is fflgs la5 S IT ? Zf&EL .. -a.T Ki- - ilE1.. fir P K fe pringfirld cpitbhc EVEXIMJ AMI 11EEKH. The 11) PI BLIt prist the 1 Tor d Wes ters tssorlatedPres.l,iatekesndlle K.eter table (r oreUa Tclecrama. C. M MCIIOIN, raKSIOIXT THIlvt. IIKOIIN, SIl'T 1X1. TKEAS. SPHINBFIELD PUBLISHING GDMPAIT. Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK r.MMMl III-ri llblO j published eyeryei-entnit except -onday. and It dcilv eredat the rate ot l"c per week Single copies. 2c TIIK WEI.KL1 Rt-1'ITIILIO Is published every Thursday, and is one of the most com plete family newspapers In the country. elKht pace, market complete Kepiete with news and miscellany II per yeir. Invariably cash In advance All ixommunlcitlnns and contribution hould be addressed to Oi rmv M Nichols. elttor.and all ...

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. — 31 March 1887

.- .S6sSSi-irs. - 'if ItEPUBLIO, THURSDAY EVEyiG MATlCHUBi. 1887. Ma4!&!; J?- ir I. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS WILL CURE HEADACHE INDIGESTION HILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS PROSTRATIOTv MALARIA CHILLS and FEVERS riRED FEELING GENERAL DEBILITY PAIN in the HACK & SIDES IMPURE HLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUHI I-.S OR SALE in All EKZGGfS7. The Genuine h radc Marie And crocd Jf I ms m wrapper TAKF NP. OTHER. AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Saturday Evening. April 2nd. Krturn eneac '"to' of the t-ti nrtte wlini MRRIEPRESCOT -1 1'1'iiKTFh I Tt. U. aoT-EA3ST ut a new ciinpan in many rt'Mti slncf her IhhI t..c.j; ment here Hy tiHMTil encJirentm U ttlllWrt i ,mtMy PYGMALION AND GALATEA. l...n-M !.. ted " m I sual admit Thursday, pnl The iVerlcl'atti Itota GRAND OPERA HOUSE m Mi.ur. FKIDAY, A Pit I L 1st. In the .uknowledced he-t raertc.u I'lay MY PARTNER Hy Hartley CampbtlJ, Kj.. under the direct u tf CHAPMAN AND SELLERS. "The plav that tnmlc...

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. — 31 March 1887

ramwfaMt' mjmnmjtt2Satiiti,&mX!ir'i!, -w e - p- t REPTTRLTO, THUBSDAY EVENING .MARCH 31. 1887. i ft GRAND DISPLAY 5 NEW SPRING GOODS! Consisting of the latest novelties in Dress Goods. All the new shades in all-wool Cashmers; Combination Suitings in great variety: all the new colors in Henrietta Suit ings and in Surah Silks at unusually low prices ; new Black Silks, 24 in. wide, every yard guaranteed to give entire satisfaction at $1 and $1.25 per yard ; new Silk Velvets in in all the leading colors ; new Dress Trimmings in great variety of style and colors, at 75c and 95c; these goods really are worth $1.25 and $1 50 ; we are offering new Dress Goods as low as 4c per yard ; new shawls, spring and summer 6hades, 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. ft". IS in its- r p Ir ra i s . -j' i& M te I Hi c- p- M I1 ,-;'&' j ml "a rfay "'S -4.-3 .4114 "S7 :sr ;Si u....

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. — 1 April 1887

&:re- of !' $tpMt imtinfuld gUpu&Iu; gpnnnficta gkputatis O.OESr DAILY URGES! CIRCULATION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. I-KICK or DAILY IILCra AGENTS PER WEEK. SPRLXGF1ELD, O., FRIDAY KVEMMi, APRIL 1, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 77- mmftw fPtil3l 1 WtATriER FACTS. Wiinmnn. prtl 1 Ohio lair weather, warmer SrRlNGFIELD '. O.. 1 i, 1SS7. f April WE Start the price of pants at 29c per pair in children's ages 4 to 14 years. Boys at 60c, 75c, S5C, $1. and so on up to five dollars a pair. Youths' at 75c and so on up to the finest tailor-made fitting pants, all colors, in stripes and checks. Men's pants we have in endless variety ; also make them to order, with a.nice line of samples to pick from. Spring overcoats ; you can protect yourself and gratify a wide range ol taste at $2 to $25, from Owen Brothers. THOUSANDS ! Rubber coats are here in a vast assortment. Goodyear'S. known the world over as the best rubber goods made, in men's at $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, so on up to $7 ; ...

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. — 1 April 1887

?J&3'i RtPTOLTC. TT5TDAY EVESflKG, AFJRtL I 187, i-?: ! " K& $!!&- CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney Pipe. SEWER PIPE AMI - FITTI3STOS. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION CUD ICE CO. !: South Liuipstonn St. , KCLI.Y. President. 51. I. HF.lUiK-, A-c. Treas. Manacer. H. . VOCK Springfield cpublu EVEXIXU AXI WEEKLY. Tk. BErTr.LIC prist, tlif Sfwlork iiJHm 1t InarLtrd Pre.. lli.ptchtt..dtht Kilter UUi Farrl, TUrm. C. M. NICHOLS. TKCllDtNT. tho. :. iinowx, Sk,C'T ASP TRIAS. 3PB.HGFIELD PUBUSHIH5 CQWFA1Y, Publishers and Proprietor. THE EVKNINO KKI'UIILIO la published everTeveniuK except -Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate of Ji"c. per Keen. Single copies 2c II1K WF.KKLV RKriTIILIC is published every Thursday, and U one of the inost cum plete family newspapers In the country etcht paces, markets complete. Kepiete with news and miscellany. II Per year. Invariably cash In advance. All oommuutcAtlnns and contributions should be addressed to Cuirnt M. N irmn...

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. — 1 April 1887

-.-S- SateTjaeJe "- : - --- ;i REPtTBLfO. FIUDAY EVESItfG APRIL i, 1887. DYSPEPSIA 1 AmacWKXia aa wQ n firtnKii oamiJaict II EMlctl it tacwu, by lmpuns aatrltRoi ani d- prepax tan wj THE BEST TONIC ? vokujim cwapiccoij i nrr iijeiiii in all tt4forcu,f-iinbarv, Hrlchlia, TiUn Ihc mmtuwc. ItQncbaatHliQrttMib14L4UDo UlMtbRppui.AddiittMatotnulatnU f,t KT J T KOMITKH. tb tViwriNi fwrtor f Un. Kirrt Kforrov Chnrch. Baltimore, lid y " HTin OiJ Bnnrii'i Ir-aa Hitter tot l)rTftit and lodjp4Hvi 1 take .treat riMutarc in rtvuni-wndin-it bishlj AliupiiMtiTitaiJMidiJtbtiM tod iarir-rlor and Try atmictbesiiuc llox Joaeph O MCIT JoU- of Circuit Oncrt, WiotonCo. IimI mj-s I lrmt cbwrtul tr-ti najt to lb -sAc? of Uiwbk Iroa ltmvn U lyfViA. ud a m tmo " iMnatne bu Trmd Mark andsmawdihnca UUIH CUlJUtjaL - UAL1 IMOUXL MB. AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Saturday Evening. April 2nd. llt-turn enzacciiieut f thelaiorlte actress MIME PRESGBT -I PPOKTr I VA id. nyroi-EAisr R. nd new company, ui mn respect 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. — 1 April 1887

22SSI!?F?'' r, St j 'fetsSSaiwir.ii) REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVE2sINTG APRIL 1. 1887. - E r- MIL r- Tv. - .? LUTMI miWT1 m ?mwj-msr$ v : v t ffMt irsrmrf') ssla . -. v A s a rule, all colored or highly perfumed soap- should be avoided A dangerous They rely upon their appearance and odor ( Inch disguises rank material) for thur sale The uh.tencss and the odor of the Ivory Soap are natural to it, and are due to the excel lence of the material used A WORD OF WARNING There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the ' Ivory' ;" they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. CopTTteM Uf r-n.iT t r.inhi. PROP " i LIE 1TOE t. HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO. J.'OODS CALLED FOR AXI OEMVEREIL PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED vVV T KXTED rresser and wrapping Kir' prtuellelet mmiti 1 lye Works AI7.ATi.l tveryoue lo Know m ini.in H llartftolomew Is no ready to oean all kinds and grades of carpets an...

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. — 2 April 1887

""SSf ? . ii ifcj'.wn . - JlY. '"- . . ,1l iii ii iciiiii im miihi 'innirirl i.-- - 3 w . imngficlfl $cpubtu O.DSSI BlILt-HRGESI CIRCULAIION. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. j&pmiflfidd gepublfc riii;K or daily ONLY TEN CENTS PEfl WEEK. SPKIXGFIELD, O., SATUUDAY EYENIXCJ. APRIL -2, lss" VOL. XXXIII NO. 7S. PRICE TWO CENTS. $spMit. ifotingfielft mth h ri. it "Ms.a WtATHER FACTS. WmmsoTiui. tprll i Ohio. ,1'alr weather, warmer Sl'KINGFIKU), O., ) April 2, 1SS7. J THREAD and BUTTONS Is it worth your while to think of thread and buttons that go to make up and keep closed the various garments of gentlemen's wearing apparel dealt out at THE WHEN? Is the difference of good silk thread and making of in terest to you as wearers of clothing ? The lasting qualities of cloth ing we claim are enhanced greatly by the use of proper thread and the number of stitches sewed in to every inch of seam. We, as makers of men's, youths', boys' and children's suits, pants or overcoats, or even overalls or engi...

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. — 2 April 1887

Jf p REPUBLIC, SATURDAY fcVKNId AlM.LL 2 1S8T 7JW I mi P ft - i; i j -1 TIRED OUT! At this mmd twarir ttt n need to dm nti Mt U .now. IKON entr into aim! T phy Mctu1! r-roscrtpifaMi l UhM bo nwJ buudin op. r HEP Bitter iEZBE5T TONIC a t,.. 1 llnil. IrU RSr:S?" iTii " i di'Au i Um Iy liuo medirme that m not lnjartou. It Eiirlelm the I.lmd. lnlfO",r" .!h' U dom not Ms-then or Injure the t--th. noMbftd chorprwlaroUiMti'n - wwirt.w-'iM Dk O II Bru.LET, a leadin phjwcUo ul Spnnf - fl-nld. Ohio. .... " Bitxro's Iron Biltri .- thnroiihlT sTood medi cine t us it in my prwtic and tind it artwm eels all other f inw nt iron In-eshnrskmcin-ditMNi of tba wtm. Hnwn a Inw Bitters D-tial!? a p.wdti DMMNt; It H all thst claimwi f w tt Dm. W y WaTXR. ISW ThirtjaBOonl Strert. O.irr4orn, D O aaj "Bmoi. Ima Bitlwn ii UieTnaM of th att lnthiu Ntter It "", apptrtlta. m"M rtrentflh and unpnrTf digestion Gmnin ha aboro Trade Mark and c-rnw-ed rfdliiii aa wrapper Take no oihrr, Mdeitjbj SatO UN CUt-MlCALlV-n...

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. — 2 April 1887

;--Sar? w REPUBLIC, .SATURDAY EVENING APRIL -2, 1887. Aw 3 - - t -r i QUEEfl STAKES. Cimblluj (or Lll-rrty on the TarlAo otut I ba e heard of qiuvrfctaLr fn iwj time," rcmarkf-l a Iacifl? wa man, nstlin party fct-oit,l -.,,- of lnvnklng ui. lt I think I cau ciiMxnmt niitlmiK of th- mm i hi mv m a ei'iifiifi' I - l.mn rants in (Jwi, n boim t-jiiiitnntl lvnie linoU.. in aii- ut' nub a native t hut sent Uim to the hospital find m to the j.iU. Tinwoww otroiijj iivju iluv naitiii umhKrs tit the vinmt . and my lutrtid hk I uavitt.i er tf;Uti. I mali tlio Utjf Uif KittmtMMi. and iii.'inip! v o:i j wil ttTin- wit It lli' .hfiilT a tvjtit-ul K-orun mni, l y th !m. 0...'.ln. f.liM wny, n rttty good fel- wrrdliv mvi'letit that lit ws a fctv,l firi (tank lifixl It status that lie had Wvn quit wt:dtliy ut on time, hut ha. I lM nil hi property auitt Uie aine, uihI would walk ten imloa through a, wauip to Kt to pliy. Thnt just Milt. m. 1 ch.dLrvl iwit n luy out on m til. floor, st nil tI 1 dek of ...

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. — 2 April 1887

iSSWiSW MWlLLWWtUlBQj J ,.iV tJt-li'i'WuOfc.'-r " - REPUBLIC. SATURDAY ErXDsG. A PRIX, 2 1887. 300 PAIRS OF LADIES' FINE DRESS SHOES ONLY $1.25, -WOTRJTtt $2 25, $2SO .AISTD S3, JT . COME CPTJIOIS. FOR !DAmC5v-AI3JB. I i CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair. Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney Pipe. SEWER PIPE FITTINGS. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION COAL ID ICE CO. !:$ South Limestone St. M. M iii:imik, s.ec. Treas. President II V-JiIK- Xliuxger Springfield Republic EVEM.NC AMI MEKKU. Tin- HI PI III l( riat the lew Ter tl tt ter Is-ocUtcl l'ri-s lll.pslf hfd the Kfitrr laMailorelcaiTrletrams. C. 31. NICIIOI.. rKK-IUkT. THO-. . IIKlW, StC'l iUTUlB SPBINGFIELD PUBLISHING COMPASY. Publishers and Proprietors. THE EVKMM! HKITItl-lC Is pub'.lsh'd every evening eicept -unday. and la dellv ered at the rate ol 10c per week. Single copies 2c THE Wt.KKI.Y KKI'UULIC It published every Thursday, and Is one f the most com plete fimtly newspapers In the country, right piges. markets complete hepiete with news a...

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. — 2 April 1887

)ijxMW'anWW J 1 t - H lilJ 1 fi M Wi B -r ft4 n m &: u ft: If i r: 1J A m -4 REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EYE:LTES"G APRIL 2, 1887. GRAND DISPLAY OF NEW SPRING GOODS Consisting of the latest novelties in Dress Goods. All the new shades in all-wool Cashmeres; Combination Suitings in great variety : all the new colors in Henrietta Suitings and in Surah Silks at Unusu ally Low Prices; new Black Silks. 24 inches wide, every yard guaranteed to give entire satisfaction, at $1 and $1.25 per yard ; new Silk Velvets in all the leading colors ; new Dress Trimmings in great variety ot style and colors, at 75c and 95c : these goods really are worth $1.25 and $1.50 ; we are offering new Dress Goods as low as 4c per yard ; new Shawls, spring and summer shades, as low as 65c each ; new Lace Curtains, over a hundred different patterns, as low as 75c a pair; Great Inducements offered in this department. Special bargains in these goods ; new Cassimeres for boys as low as 25c a yard, really worth 50c ; new ...

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. — 2 April 1887

mxtu imm, .mii;"wsgtw iiifmim i ihh MWMIMlltiliWMr REPtrgLlC, SATURDAY EVENING APHU 2 1887 . ."iiiya&s?" E I'J? I; ri. PM m 8 J& 42a WASHINGTON LETTER. CORRESPONDENT DESCRIBES A PRESIDENTIAL RECEPTION. How h IVopI or This IIlrMrd Itepubs lie n.x-k to the KxrcutWa Mansion ta llehuM the I'lrtt Sinn mud lb. Hr.1 Lady of th Ljuitl. (Special CnriHnJenw.l Washington-, llrcb '.K People who never saw a White lions' mvption nd I suipos that not half a million of our llftT million eer did think they would like to. and many think they could not nw enouRb. of them. Well, they could. There, are thousand of Rood people liem at the capital who could see the-1 lug ivx-i.il aHairs a- often as they oom to nalk a few liloeks from their Ore aides, and they nover hx ono afUM' they havs teen their first. Still, it U a scene that one may well endure something in order to ltehold at least once It is north an American's interest heciu- it ij an entertainment circa at the first mansion of the land to...

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. — 2 April 1887

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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. — 2 April 1887

- swsU)urfwwifcas republic. Saturday evening a pro, -2. ihst. CHEAP AND GOOD COFFEE Our Coffee trade neter was so Urge as at present, on ing to the superior quality and the close prices. GOOD BROWN RIO COFFEE ! Only IS Cents per pound. CHOICE BftOli BIQ COFFEE Only 20 rents -er pound. OUR OWN BLENDED COFFEE Onjy 23c and 23c per pound. DELHI BLEND Only 25 Cents per pound. Java, Mocha and Rio, Fine, ot'ly 25c per pound. MOCHA AND JAVA, FINEST, Only 30 Cents per pound. Imported Easter Cards Free. Oar Coffees are simply delicious and sal.f increasing daily. BARGAIN STORES, I and S3 Wnt Main St. nnrt 40 South Mar ket St., SprlllEtlrld, U. SHIRTS! Call and leae jour measure for our FINE CUSTOM SHIRTS Best materials. rerfect In tit, Well Made In any Stj !e. Don't paj traveling humbugs two prices for Read j -made Shirts, under the i retext of ha Ing them "made to order."' THE SHI11T MAKER, 0. i ElsT MAI tsTREET. "PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED w aN'TEI) Pres.er anl wrapping Kir! at MirinuOfld -tra...

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