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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 18 January 1887

""WiiiyfTf , ily.yyWiyWjWgl""'t"""llll1 ""F 1IIIHIMIHW' L Jjl I'W -t--j l -M-rC " V hT 0M,--4T arwiw bw-j ' ifepMtr TIE LARGEST GIBGUUHM 1 in BEST ADVF.RTlJsLVn MEDIUM )XLY IN THE EIGHTrf GQNBflESSiQNAL DISTB'GT. J TEN CENTS PER WEEK. I SPRINGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVEXIXU .lAXITARY in, 1HHT. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 15. jipnttgfteifc paito THE EVENING REPUBLIC, l If f . I- ; m WtATHER FACTS. WiiHICTOK.Jan IS. Ohio Cold, north westerly winds fair either, becoming jlijat ly warmer Sl'RINGFIhLD, O., I January iS, 1887. J A GOOD YARN One of the best yarns we know anything about is in big red knitted and fulled mittens now being retailed by the When family at 19 cents a pair. Any man wishing comforta ble fists for the balance of the winter come here. Scarlet medicated lambs- wool half hose, 50c. for 35c, are in stock again. You can't discriminate too carefully spending money for stuff to wear. Compare our $2 OVERCOATS With what you've seen at five, six or even eight. It's only now 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. — 18 January 1887

'TfWjMimmii ZSjreSb-jjgt ;ZZ'. , KEPUBLTC. TUESDAY EVENIffG JAff P ART IS, 1887. s"""" y .--' 1 M m -i J priujjftcW grpublif, EVEXIXH AXI) AVEEKLT. TkaBKrCBMCprUU the Mstr lark id ff lrAclted Press I)UptrfcAeatk Utitcr Cable Fortlf )TelerB. . 31. MCHOI.S, T1IU O. IIROVN, mc'n"'- SPRlHeFlELD PUBLISHING GOMFASY, Publishers and Proprietors. THIS EVKNI0 UEl'UUMO t published .....nlnfftMnt Kund&T. &nd ll deliT- rrA at the rate ot lc per week. Blncle rtnlfs ? -tiik WKKKL.T BKI'OHUC Is published eyery Thursday, and is one of the mot com plete family newspapers In the country: Jleht nun. markets complete. Repifle with news an miscellany. II per year, invariably cash In adianr. AH communications and contributions should be ddreswl t Cureu M. Jiii-hol. editor, and all business letters to Thomas t. Btrn. manasrr. REITBLIC Bl'lIiMXG, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Telephone No. 3S0. TUESOaY EVEtlMG. JANUARY t8. 1887. Hen. S. S. Cox UbetUTbtit. unfortunate ly, not out of dancer. The Incumbrance on M...

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 January 1887

.-..T-rv..IIJ.tl;.i'fTiiii I. - m "" ia-J-a-a-'-aaS--f-a-a- v-TsOSIP'"-!--- ' -l8(!ir-' -----'- RTiPUBLTO. TDTSDAT EVEXDTG .TAXrABT 1ft. 1SS7. si? r Vt ir & AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE SAM'I. WAI.11MAX, Manager. Thursday Evening, January 20 PAT ROONEY And his New York Comedy Company. Id the latest New lurk sensation. PAT'S WARDROBE "Awns lUnad." Introducing the great Irish CoinedUn. Vocalist and Dancer. Mr. "itt Kouurj. The charmlnc young soubrette. MISS KATIE ROONEY And a Competent X. Y. Company. Pat Roonev'a comt-anv Is a raDltal one. Sew York Herald. The great Rooney Is as amusing as ever."--New York Telecnim. "Pat's Wardrobe Is a success." New York Dally News. All the famous Rooney Specialties intro duced. Usual prices, feats at Pierce's. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE SAM'L WAI.D.MAX, Hauler. Friday Evening, January 21, Encasement ot the Tragedian, FREDERICK WARDE, Supported by an efficient dramatic com pany, under the management of Hud son AO'Nell. In Sheridan Knowles's grand tra...

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 January 1887

URDU THE HIRE The following foods we are selling at lest than they are worth. It will pay to tale advantage ( tlitse cuts, and trade with the house that fires big bargains to advertise; go to either of the storas uiost conxenlent : New Kalslns, 10c per pound. New Figs, 12 l-2c and 15c a lb. New Home-Made Kliiee Meat, 7 l-2c prr pound. Nerr Tomato Catsup, 10c a qt. New No. 3 cans Tomatoes, 10c per cau. Frosh Coffees, 15c, 17c and 18c per pound. Fresh Crackers, 5c per pound. L?are orders early for prompt service. BARGAIN STORES, 91 and 03 West Slain St. and 40 South Mar ket St., MprlnKiteld, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED The Gtrman class to raeetthti erenlns at S.30 at the efflce of Amos Wolfe, esa . east Main street, rrof. . P. Mueller. M TTTAXTED A tlrl to o reneral house work If (no washlEt). Reference required. Inquire at IM south Ctnter street. Hi -irANTED Boarders. Two front rooms. If suitable for fsnr gentlemen. Xo. 17 west Washington street. lit WAXTED-A rood glrlialso a ...

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 January 1887

" 1 1 imnn ? m ijjiQW. VJBMj '! gil WW Tui0$m93m n -' PWIIJ ?!p''!?5,, THE EVENING REPUBLIC, THE LARGEST CIROULATION BEST ADVEKTISLVH 3IEDIU3I. IN THE EIGHTH CONGBESSIONAL DISTRICT. OXLV TEN CENTS PER WEEK. VOL. XXXIII NO. 16. SPRINGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVEXIX(i .JAN'TATtY 1, 1" PRICE TWO CENTS. .--.-". iR&v.: " mf 'i'"-1'' jlpriiigfiew pailtt itottlw. I ft St Ii ir If, . I WEATHER FACTS. CWismnoToii.Jan.W Ohio: -L-Snow, followed by t&lrvwath- W ers sUgatly warmer. ' A Springfield, 0., January 19, 1887. SENATORIAL STRUGGLES. Exciting Scenes in the Joint Session of the Indiana Legislature Eesnlt in Doubt. G EB IS Genuine bargains in clo thing are scarcer'n hens-teeth till you strike the When at mosphere. There genuine ness begins. The window of BOYS' $3 SUITS Are representatives in their particular line, you 11 ero a long way and cross many a slippery threshold to pay four, five dollars for such sights unless you give our ads. some .little show of credence. A pretty good one ...

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 January 1887

REPUBLIC, EPyESDAY EF.OiyG JCTAHY 19, 1887. is .- t.""s '- COAL CHAMPION CUD ICE CO. Successor, to C. C Taj lor & son, K. S. KKLLY, 31. M. HKDCIIM, .'resident. Sec.Treas. H. VOUES. Manager 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SULK AOEXTS FIIK SUNDAY CREEK, JOHXSOX BROS.' AKD CHAMPION JACKSON. NO BETTER JAGKSONTHAN OURS AKTI 11 IACITE. WOOD AND KINDLING. We kfrp ft full line l all brands or Cement, Plas'er, Hair. Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney and Sewer Pipe. Springfield JUpublic EVEXIXH .1X11 WEEKLY. The BErrBLIC prlata the w Tork aid W trra taaorlatrd rrtis liiipatrkeiaid U KHr Call (Korelt)Tflfcr- C M. MCIHU.N. raKsmisr. tiios. s. imoWN JlltC't MTliS. SPHtfieFIELD PUBLISHING GOMPAIY. Publishers and Proprietors. THK EVKMNO KKl'UltLlO It pUblUhed rv erentnir eveeut SuimIat. and ia dellT- ered at the rate of 10c. ter week. Single euplei Ic. TUB WKKKLY HKl'UHMC In DttMlshed every Thursday, and ts oue of the mot com plete xamiiy newpater in ine country i eight pagei, markets complete. Repiete with...

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 January 1887

;t3BraSSalfcfeWMMaiwwii Jill,' i .r. J i UtWWP-Wl-Mv.- sxaww-f-rs-lt. KEPITBTJO. WEDlsTSSDAY EVENING JAT'ARTIO. 1RRT. IE AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE AM'L W.ILIMIAX, Maiiaeer. Thursday Evening, January 20 PAT ROONEY AndhisNtw York Comedy Company. I he latest New ork srusation. In 1 PUT'S HPiOBEI 'Aatis TtiiAil." Intr.iduclnc t Irish Comedian ocallst aiT.l luncer. Mr. rat limine). The charmlni: youns soubrette. MISS KATIE ROONEY, And a CoinpHrnt . . Conipmiy. I Pat Uoonry'i coroiun) is a capital one " t Nw York, llerulil. Thcrrat Kooney l as amuilneas Tcr. -New Vrk Telettnim lat' Wardrobe Is a sneers. New lork Daily S. , All the famous Kooney ipe- laities lutro duced. Usual prices, Seat at Tierce s. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE HAM'L YTA1.HMAN, Manater. Friday Evening, January 21, Encasement of 'he Tragedian. ir E, Supported by an efficient dramatic com pany, untler the management of Hud od 4 0"ll. In MiendHn Knonles's grand tragedy, VIRGINIUS! Produced with Special and Historically Correc...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 19 January 1887

. - V" c-SjiJi "TT-irfr- inmrra&c s vm T'Xi"wpr7Tg; P55prrK $r-,:;-S' MPTTBLie. WEPTffESPAY EVENING, JANUARY 10 1887. ISlflLBHK - .T TJiKsir . b.-5BHlKr fWLt sbv itiK yf' OHDEH THUMBtti u r w pmunrn iSrV Th fnl!oinr roods we are selline at lc il I U U I I I B till 111 ll The followine good we are sellinR at lcs tlian Uiry are worth. It will pay to take advantage of thet cut, ami trade with the house that jives Mk bargains to advertise ; to to either of the stores most convenient . New Kaislns, 10c per pound. New Figs, 12 l-2c ami loc a lb. New Hume-Made Mince Meal, 7 l2c pt-r pound. New Tomato Calsnp, 10c a it. New No. 3 cans Tomatoe., 10c per can. Fresh Coffees, 15c, 17c and ISr per pound. Fresh Crackers, 5c per pound. Leave orders early for prompt service. Lh'v"" BARGAIN STORES, 01 and 03 Went Stulu St. nnil 40 SoaUi Mar ket St., SprlnRlIHd, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Tr- It. If you Want a cook. Want a situation. Want a salesman, ' Want a servant Klrl, Want to rent a store. fWant to ...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 20 January 1887

-J . ., --'- :i i,MiJiMfcll ,, SHhj(i'3i --- -- -. -.. -. japii.-' W ' ' ' - i tIIIg republic, &wwikf4 h $mMte. II! IH51 tlllHTH BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. III THE EIGHTH CONeSSSIQN.IL OlSieiGT. TEN CENTS PER WEEK. VOL. XLIII NO. 17. SPEI-GFIELP, O., ITIFESDAT EVEMS(. -lAXUATiY -20, 1 .. PRICE TWO CENTS. - on,a - J2I I L I II ill I 1,'r, I 'LSI s (m w Zt3 l" l - '" -''1 weather facts. CWj.HinoTOK.Jn. ?). Ohio, -. SoutliKfit. sh". (k to north IPS. 1 cat w.ndi; coMfr scow. ' Springfield, O., ) January 20, 1S87. J IETTER TO SELL It's better to sell than to brush. Makes less work. Counts in the till. Then again there's more wear in a suit sold now than if semi weekly brushed for a year. Continued brushing makes "plug" stock ; plug stock is stuff we don't want and you don't want, nobody wants. We see to this part of our business and sell while you do want. What are left in men's, youths' and boys' overcoats of winter weights are at moving prices. Boys' at a dollar, few ; men's at two d...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 20 January 1887

m w9li'mmtmm9fwmmmm-i -w . r ST . .e. . -w-St REPUHLTO. TUT&SftAY ttVSXISG tA3?t?AftY 20. 1881 pringfulil gqntbUt EVENING AXI) WEEKLY. Tki BaTUBMC prlata the Sew Tori aid Wn ttrn Associated Press Dispatches aal t he K titi r 'C4M(Ferlta)Telegrax. C M. NICHOLS, THUS. O. HltOiYX, SIC'r AITXXi- 5P8IRG,IEID PUBLISHING E1MN.I., Publishers and Proprietors. THE EVENING alKrilltL.10 Is published every evening except Sunday. and Is dellv red at the rate ot 10c per week. Single copies 2c ' THK WEEKLY KEl'DIILIC -is published every Thursday, and U one oJ the mosteora plete family newspaper In the country : eUht pages, markets complete. Replete with new and miscellany. II per year. Invariably cash In adTanee. AH communications, aud contributions should be addressed to Cumw M. Nichols. edltor.andall business letters to Tiioki Baowx. manacer. reitblic nt'iLiiiXG, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Telephone No. 50. THURSOM E'EMIN6. JMIUaRT 20. I8B7. THK UKCKPTIOX Of TIIK KESTOKKIt RKVVMJC. The purely volunta...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 20 January 1887

VJ-M'FMF?VUreBMMlWMt3gaMrfcAM...j . ... . .jnaMijgailriEMittMslMaaMtMm msi-f. -- JjjXr jcT'v ' -v 7r,-J- ltEPTTBLTf!. THUBSDAY EVEX12TG JTAKY W- . R v . - - -- I u If iff , m m X' AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE NAX'L V.I.IIM.", .lIimBT. Thursday Evening, January 20 PAT RODNEY And hit New VrV I -n. Jy onpany m IheUteit Sew rk senw nn pat'sipiiei "Aaana liviad. in'rvtui inc the creat Irish innelt4M. wallst and lancer. .flr.l'Hi Kiott. The charming young snubrette. MISS KATIE ROONEY And a Competent N. V. foiuiottiy. Tat Rooney's company is a capital one." New York UeraM. "The great Kooney Is as amusing as ei er." Xew York Telecram. "Pat's Wardrobe Is a success." -New 1 ork Dally News. All the famous Koonev duced. pe. lames intro I'sual prices. tVats at I'ieree s. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Manager. SAM'L WAl-IOlAX, FridaV EVeilinn. JanUarV 21. Engagement of the Tragedian. Supported by an efflrlent dramatic com- panr, under the nihuaeement ot Hud sonAO'Neil.ln htrldanKnowlet'i erand tnicedy- ...

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. — 20 January 1887

4 1 I. i If . REPUBLIC. Till Ifrl) AY M LMNO, JAM'AKY2 17. :1 31 4 II: wntD uriiinvrT Prussian amusements. i uhum nuKifumu Urmr nnuinrnc H The followIntEOodsvre are selling t less H flU l" l I I UU I I I H J & tlw they are worth. It will par to take IILIilL I UIIULIIU M V ". tjt Ri J fei fe TJ The following goods vre are selling at less Uian they are worth. It will pay to take advantage of these cuts, and trade with the liouse that gives big bargains to ad ertise , go to either of the stores most convenient : New Raisins, 10c per pound. New Figs, 12 l-2c and 15c a lb. New Home-Made Mince Meat, 7 V2c per pound. New Tomato Catsup, 10c a qt. New No. 3 cans Tomatoes, 10c per can. Fresh Coffees, 15c, 17c and 18c per pound. Fresh Crackers, 5c per ponnc. LeaTe orders early for prompt Berrice. BARGAIN STORES, 91 and OS Waat Stain St. and 40 South Mnr ket Su, Sprlnctteld, O. FOR THIRTY DAYS! CLEARANCE SALE OF HATS, CAPS AJSV Men's Fine Furnishings. Special Drives in Underwear, Gloves and...

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 January 1887

, iTHE LARGEST IJimi V , IN THE EIGHTH CONGflESSIOMSIfllCT. THE EVENING REPUBLIC, ONXY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. mm SPRINGFIELD, O., FRIT) AY EVENING .TAXUAKY '2, iss7. PRICL rWO CLNTS. VOL. XXXI 1 1 NO. iS. fitw fatte $!wmc. y t 1' 5. n 7 f WEATHER FACTS. WilHl-uTtiK.Jan 21 Ohio southerly wiuds. lur weather and slightly nrmer SrRIKGFIELD, 0., ) January 21, 1887. J ERIE Shrill prolonged sounds from animals. It requires no shrillness of mouth squalling piece to place CLOTHING Among Clark county con sumers. Its quality of materials, making, look, price and gen eral wearableness of the goods that's eagerly sought after, and to they who make and sell the best for " the least, trade will go, guided by self interest. buch prices as these are our inducements to guide your buying direct from the Great Eastern Manufacturers, S Of Utica, New York. A peep among sizes follow ing may secure lor you a good wearing every-day overcoat for-$2-: - - :e Sizes on hand at this writ ing. 34. 4. 34. 3J, 39. 34....

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. — 21 January 1887

ss&6J&?r?- m?& REPmrjr. FRinVT KVOLSU JAXlrA"RV il. 1-W7. if . iii ii iimiiMiMBmiBBiiBBwiWrriTMiMfciiiiiiirriiii .,, . nrniwi-nrn-iiM 111 iVTfi1 lmk-gf nerr, ., J,iej3ippa.f . - '"'---PtTW'MVnaitBHIIHn.i.BM - i, --mrwww-""1- ..-.-. i , m ,nv iiiiiiihiii lauuUkHJtn. SSWiLJ rauhsaav n. Ml -,Y" f :.' '" M . y0T 5Sf-' OAL CHAMPION COAL ID IC CO, Nurrnwin tti C. I. Tajlor & mhi. k. s. k:i.i., rreideut. 11. VOU I M. M. Hr'lHJES, Sec. Treas. Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. Mll.1! AC.KNTS Ml It SUXDAY CHEEK, JOIIXSOX 15ROS.' AND CHAMPION JACKSON. NOBETTERffiSOIITl AaVX! II A.OIT10, WOOD AND KINDLING. ' . i WeV-etia full line ..I all brands or Omen, ria-'er, HIr, Hre "rlrt na , , ria-'er, Hlr, r ire in CIT. Chimney and Sewer I'ipe Springfield Republic EYEMMi AND WEEKLY. rat BKPl'BMC prlat. la .t.w Trl ' " ttra Mirlateil rre-w ltlatcad ta K-mttr I CAllForrl-i1trATai. . m. siriitii.s. rRKSlPkNT. TIIIK li. IIIMHTX. sn r iM'iiii". SPfilHGPIELO PUBLlSHfNG NIMH, Publishers and Prop...

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. — 21 January 1887

n -mmm wye ?PWfraWtT1ftrawfTSsfffjfrY iTrsftw2jMrsT?riBrarS!flrvr!ff- 'g,lJiaPBiiSBawHWKZZeZiiii 1 1 iii iiisms'"' .. fgNHSSSBfc''''''- ((SIP'R JKSw- :t'wriMnriirnnin"111 -'-s-,gja'ly"!3f'-jgai '"js rvEprnTjo. ratDAyEVEXEs'G ,taxt.vey -21. irst. w f J IV AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE s VMM W VI 1M Maiiit-r. Friday Evening, January 21, Entailment f the Trice dian FRi E. Purported by an eft., lent diamatlc com pam umirr thf tuauatcfinent J Hud onAO Nut m Ni ri4ankuow.es k'mnd irueUy DERIGK WD T VIRGINIUS! ! Produced with pti. nnl ll.M.iririilly Ourivet scenery Uipntprtate iontuaie" and M-gcnlft"nt tieneral MoULtim.. car j. ried b the W ardt Manacement AdmlMioii-i "-c carnlj.c tra for resents! eats on sa . ai Pierce s GRAND OPERA HOUSE lli: NK.IIT OM.1. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22nd, THE MeCATJLL In the greatest e urk surot , Mill cker m Military Oivn TIIL BLACK HUSSAR tleri'eld Pssdlcer as presentc.1 by the Me aull p ra t "Tni'iue i n over !' times (treat Cast. Excellent Clnirus and tue Mc...

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. — 21 January 1887

REPUBLIC. FKIDAY EVEMoSCr, JANCAHY :1 187. - -,- WJ - 5 - . .T M iW y ? , TTHEMARKET o Ins goods we are selling At le-s j are worth. It will pa) to take advantage of these cuts, ami trade with the liouse that gUes bur bargains to advertise BO to cither of the (-tores most comenlent Xew Ilalsins, 10c per pound. New Figs, 12 l-2c and 15c a it New Home-Made Mince Meat, 7 l-ilc pir pound. Now Tomato Calsur, 10c a iit. New No. 3 cans Tomatoes, 10c per can. Fresh Coffees, 15c, 17c and ISc per pound. Fresh Crackers, c per pouni Leave orders early for prompt Berrice. BARGAIN STORES, 01 and 93 TTmt Main St. anil 40 South Mar ket SI., SprlUKlirl.l, (. lv. FOR THIRTY DAYS! CLEARANCE SALE OF HATS, CAPS -AXU- Men's Fine Furnishings. Special Drives In Underwear, (iloves ana Hosiery. A&oiAaJ SHIRT IUKEI AND MER'S FURNISH SO. 5 ElST MAIS STREET. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try It. II TOO Wast a cook. Want a situation. Want a salesman. Want a servant girl. Want to rent a store, I Want to sell a piano. Want...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 January 1887

. " x.3tt.-s ! '-. r -VW" -T-- r -rs ? ?"-$-t -vt- - . ' -is e -???. .s.-'Sji. J..i &-, ' :. -' - f --ix -. - -- - -v-gc---. - .--"5- - ,--,- i-i-'e-J;&5iaij2 WWUMM. Jp'-Hj '-tJ5ri"W9BWM V THE LARGEST CIRCULATION hest idvektimm; mkmumi IN THE EIGHTH CQSERE35IQSU 0JSTR1GT PRICE TWO CENTS. THE EVENING REPUBLIC, ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., SSATURDAY EVEMM. .1 AXlAPiY i, 17. VOL. XXXIII NO. iq. "- V rf a u Tift MgMMBiMMMMiBMrMBirincgiMraamTiTi-riMMMMriji arnr w.TriiTBiraM ai "- - V, u - 1 & mmitm paito A& II i $wpmm. 1- WtATHER FACTS. WAiHiHQroM.Jan 22. Ohio Southerly, sliltttm: to colder. Jnesterly wlnda. rain or snow. Sprincfild, O., ) January 22, 1887. J A look at When suits for children not out of short pants at prices ranging all the way up from $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3 to $10, will settle the ques tion as to who makes the best and sells for the least. 1 he stock in these suits at the present time is reasonably complete, that means nearly every size from 4...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 January 1887

mmm KEPUBTJC SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY 2. 187. ItV i I ir I rT Springfield gqiuMk . " ETESIXU AXD WEEKLY. The BErrBI.lt? prl.t. tkt Jf Tork aid Wn tera Aaociatrd Pre lilipaUht-aaacl the Kutrr Cable (Fortlf )Ttrrraaa. C. M. MCIIOI.S, Tints. :. IIUOWN, sfctr AMI TUt A3. SPHlNGFiELD PUBLISHING COMPANY, Publishers and Proprietors. THE EVKNISO ItKl'l'IM.lO 1, publlihed eery evening except Sunday, and Is dellr ered at tb rate ot 10c IT wee. Single coptM Ic. THK WKKKLY KKl'UIILIC la ptlblUhed e terr Thursday, and ti one ot the most com plete family newspapers In the country; right paicen. markets complete Kepiete with news and miscellany II per year. Inrariably cash In advanee All eommitnlcstioua ana contributions atiouid be addressed to Ciirros. M Nichols, editor, and all business letters to Thohas tJ. Bow!t. manager. KGIM'KLIC IIULIUXG, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Telephone No. 230. SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 22. 1B87. lird Chesterne'il is .Id. again. Tlie ife oi Senator Vorlires is dead. One "lali...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 22 January 1887

'WV'"lMii'ii'i h'i'i ' jsrc:,v- '.-..-??".. tow.in ; yjWMIjL,., mi'SUb! ftn-tpnmnniii' i,lUJ TJEPrr.TTP. SATURDAY EVEXIXC, JAXFARY '2-2. 1"7. wire-" I i AMUSEMEjTCSj GRAND OPERA HOUSE : Mfiirr n. SATURDAY. JANUARY 22nd, THE McGAULL OPERA GOMIQUE GO. .lulin A, Met null, rrop'r ! Mmi'tV. In tue cr?atet New -rk su vs. MV locker s Mmtary .mta. Till BLACK HUSSAR! Derl-Yln P edlerr . a. preseut-d Iiy the Ale 'xull p ra .'int'iue 1 over Hl tl ms. (rest iVi. Excellent Cn- ni and the Md'aull Hp'r i im nic orchestra no- -l'HriiJ-'oiiiicit!-; - ." ttnrntd H. Jl A lnn.i"ii "s . "r and ' Sale of seats in Thursday moriilnB. e clock, at utu.il place BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE II.VK WKKK. COMJli:'l'l8 MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 87. Grand Matinees Wednr-td.iT and Saturday, at BENNETT & MOULTON'S COMIC OPERA CO. Moulton X lUfcer lr pnrt and Maa II cent, produr flrtl-cUHH i-inii opera at (he pro pie spnees AiluiU-tii l Or mill SOe. Revned Seats, Hr Our own I.ra Hand atid orchestra . Eighth Annual Tmit, r".rty A...

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 January 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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