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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 28 April 1887

attn ite Springfield tpuMic OLDEST WEEKLY. OLDEST DULY, Tl.l "War. II llli "Wns Lvrjtit Circulation and Bui UrrBi Uttlmm. ODR HIGH WATER MARK: Circulation VI iri li 21 I.OIO jCirciilutlmi rll l! C.'-Mli Circulation April 31 .. .lll,.-.M PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. ioo. SPREXGFIEUD, O., TIIFPiSIXVY" EVENlX-i, APRILS, 1887. f$ptm0m JttWttt;; & u I r WEATHER FACTS. 5 Wmmwi. vprll 23,-OMo. Threatening neither an J rain tollouftl by fair weather. SPRINGFIELD. O., April 2S, 1SS7. THE "LAY" OF THE SEASON. ii Of course the great "lay" of the spring season is that of the hen-eggs. But what poet hasn't written his "lav" of spring ? Considering the weather we have kind of had this spring, we should think that to repeat a popular "lay" would sound about like this : Cub, oh, cub with be Do the forest iar away. When a man has a cold in his head he can't sing very well There is a diftlcilltV in ' 1 sounding the m's and n's. Well, never mind your m's and n's as long as you mind . , t 117 y...

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 April 1887

r " t2? VVMS9HRNflttfMMW9M$& v liil -i finmimMiii i KffPrpnr. Tnn.H.n KryLV(3, Will 2s 1887, IF Y6tf WOULD SAVE MONEY, BUY YOUR SHOES FROM H H m If XOU WUULU 8AV MUflY, iiUY YOUR SHOS FROM mm jm H m SHOES! ST. JOHN & REED, NO. 53 WEST MAIN ST. S H O ES ! vsf??ygC "j f v" " 3aSBS?CScU. linifi.-'iii " r '' L" f s ,. '- " ' ri--Ti ii ii - -" " ' "" f v ' ' J.' DICTST TJBC3E2 V It FK-a rv SBSSBi " I'll $pritu)fKltl Republic EVEXIMJ AU WEEKLY. Tar BF.rTllI.ir arlaU Ut 1m lark u W t.ra As-acUlt?. rraaa Blaalra..a. U Kaat.r I Mt (I rU)Tf lrt. MCIIOI.H. raistussr TII1K O. IlKOWN, asc'V-SPTRS-S SPRtHfiflELB niUSIIU CBMfftlT. Publishers and Proprietor!. THE EX KNlNtl KKVL'lll-IC a publlahea ftfnnfnlntMWP' Sunday, and ! dell erect t the rate of 10c per week. Slnglf copies 2c. THE WEEKLY Rrl'IIItMC is published every Thursday, and l one ot We moat eom plete family newspaper In the country, eight pages, markets complex Repiete with newt ana miscellany II Per fear. Invariably cash In adva...

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 April 1887

-JC -K Si3k5frCSa?Mtagafiiy-JW3iratfi jerrv g.jg. js.-wassacw. -J-SStJSitWc-a. -. -0'a-( fsuiSS&Siis f. 'ggraa ajgB?ltiSaa?'-jtBigegS!ggc Ores Ooc"CIdM, Rup .-asassn. uoo.Rna rtt. iTcirKiiOnnmmp rehese rotMsmcUra wtna la AilTtncrij staera of lbOlw rrcwSrta. 0m rtetv XV Ca-.in Dr. ttWi lwig ! la mold onlr ta win SmircrT, an. boar our nytiifw tl frae! Marks tott. A fiulMJta in a t .mV.t. I M tnp Cafia InbH. and the raaati'sa alarm turwaarf Jukm W. hull iTX t. JTryrr rf- (Ml, S,4e frvp-. ttiittmocv, kU, V a. A. Chew La Ptaaa-Tfc ft-ma TaWeco At tiaa!-rnoaiei1a. aula By U brugiats. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TWO MCHTs, WEQMESDAT AND THUBSDAY. APR. 27 & 28 MAT ADAMS BIG BURLESQUE AM) SPECIALTY CO. eo - .vraivix lo Tbe curtain will rlp on the crand first pan of Met 4inss Minstrels Thecrvttt Furepean artist. sik L0s ItlLF. The Kreatcit of all sketch artit. Juun ii nilHul Mar Mlamt. fox and Hat s.in. lu tlifir refined lrHli ait. entitnsl. A it. entitlisl. A Kllrhen Mat h. intriHl...

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 April 1887

k X.-,-S-W -; . .. REPTJBLTr. TIirrDAY EVENING ATTJT, 23 1887. ( J In J .i !L S F If iff' 1 It IE I. 8' I" K-- B4 fv. SPRING LAMB sT 1 GREEN PWAR. Till attractive dish Is a sure dlsappoiut- ment unless ) ou sicure rood (ireen Peas, f rosh ami s eeL Our (me brands of French and Aiiicricaii Canned Peas are superior to ilic vecailed rrli Pels from the south at this si.tNoii of the. year, that lone their tlavor, lssxiuie touch In t went -lour hours snil even In less-time when heated In ship- pins. French Peas, 20c jht can. SJ per dozen Klr. "small uicrican Teas 20c per can. Si ier do Karl) June IVi, tie pere-in, SI 75 per dozen. Marrowfat Po.is, lrcerran. $1.35 per clnrcn Common Peas, sfe ier can. noc per dor. A Urge line of Canned tioods that suit the trade, a either More. BAROAIM STARES, VI and 93 Waat lM.suitCO South Mar ket su, Mprincfl'ld, u. '-r$IIii The Best Dillar Shirt in'Jha city. THE SHIRT MAKER, XO. 5 EtST MAIS STREET. Peoples coluSnT WANTED. w vNTED Two ctrls-Cook and secon...

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 April 1887

i?fiS?&ifift3XaWiftfci' rfUJwu. Springfield fgefttbltc OLDEST WEEKLY, OLDEST HILT, Tit Y-r. :i-itii "'iiii Lirgcst ClrcuUtlox ind Bet AdicrUsIng Mctflani. VOL. XXXIII NO. 101. Ppringfiritl gUpuMfc OUR HIGH WATER MARK: Circulation JUarrh'SI ... t,6."0 C'lrriilntlun April a . ll:lii Circulation April 81 IO..V.H SWMXGKJKL1), O., FRIDAY I-; VIC MM., API.IL:"), JS87. PRICE TWO CENTS. Mi. . titifield jfcttttt fkMiIw. fr" I WEATHER FACTS. Waii..?o. vprl! 2i.-Ordo: fslightlv warmer.falr weather. SPRINGFIELD, O., April 29, 188 7- THE "LAY" OF THE SEASON. H Of course the great "lay" of tle spring season is that of the hen-eggs. But what poet hasn't written his "lay" of spring ? Considering the kind of weathiywe have had this spring, we should think that to repeat a popular "lay" would sound about like this : . Cub, oh, cub with be Do the forest lar away. When a man has a cold in his head he can t sing very well. There is a difficulty in sounding the m's and n's. Well, never mind your m's ...

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 April 1887

HMMIKT : , - w v . - kkkk J "lliiLJ1 i . bUUSgSSedSSKS n' in lihhwwi iwWW jiVIJBr.fr. i'tijn,5l feVJ&WAi'IUi si f'.HfiiK H"-n ii.imi 11.1 imji J ii Ji iairl,,n pjff -a orJscsS3HrfsMp-iS: ii!npKsv-'si5CsHBB . bbbH LWjs.g4fers' gs1 ., f t i 3s I MfHaasrasMSKg; ? &3HS. CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay,' Chimney Pipe, SEWER PIPE -AMI- FITTI2STC3-S. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION 'XI South Limestono St. , Kl'I.U, President. , IIKIHiKK, Sec Treat. II VOOK Manager. pringfirld JStpubltt EVEMXvi AMI MEEKLY. TheKM'l IILIC prists tkeaew Tort ul IIm trra assorl.ted Press IHpatrktsaa4 Ike li.aKr CaM(lorrlia)TlKraiii. , NICHOLS. rEE'llKST. TllOS. a. I1KOWN. HIC'TIMITIUI. SFBIIiGFIELD PUSLISHIIS CDMFI.IT. Publishers and Proprietors. Till". KVEMJ.O KKrl'III.IO U published every evening except Mmday. and It UellT ered at the rate of inc. per week. Single coplei Ic. TIIK TtEKKI.T KKfUIILIC la published every Thursday, and Is one ol the moat com plete tarally newspapers lu the...

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 April 1887

jBgjVtw; as SSSSitBJSaaicassxaaosEUCfciwc Vfek i '-''4 K 1 - U iHf iTb Great Cure cm Earth Tor l"iUn Will IreLeva mors acicalr tLwi anr otbfr known iwm. VwWIliifK Still K?rk, Braw. Bant, ft-ralda, Cu. Lumla- rckob, VltiiiT. Son Throat. ScUli ic. . barn ' . wowdi, Ha4acb KrU a UttlL fcoU by all irocrvu. Cknoon. TIm w uScS" ulna AoirafiM C-.T bear mr twiatrvil TTmi1.lf rfc iiJ Mir fMrnll drnatnrtv A. C. ttt-ycr A Otiv. Soie iTcTfTrturt.lUiUmre, ltd.. L. 8. A. Dr. Ut.Ila Coach r-ru will cure ynr Caab at oavre. rHcrontrS C1. W.itl- AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE OM Mt.llr 0M.1. FRIDAY, APRIL 2.Uh. THE sCCOMl'LISHED AUT1TE. "Oella In the Vact drama en'itled Till. IVAL ARTISTS I IV .A. .1. RDOPKKY. Introduetn:: tor the first time on any stace a perfect picture ol the Kreat 2ianisli citadel. Moro Castle A carefully selected cist of character-!. e Seenerj. '-rand Lffects. Llecant VV ardrabe Prices 7oc. 50c, ic seatson sale at Harris's Cinar store BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Thnrsday Evening, Maj 5, ...

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 April 1887

-V'T- V &? ntgattEUMiai r--ep.- r.Y" e -3t-- iiin niMb n.. JF I REPTTBLTO. FJ?LDAYET:NIKG APr.IL 20 1887. ms'TTrYtt nnri"i ...f . . .---. - : v .s-.- -..-i . .. . . v. - - " " - . T" 'i"1 -"o- -'. -r ki;,.i,i,:.,. in.ir -..-. .; -,. ,-,, ,,,a, , ,.;, Si f . t KJf A careworn man slowly wended bU way homeward, jonlenii over the problem o( eiistence. and wondering how lie fliouM Mipply the many needs of a large family. Suddenly, there appeared floating in the air above htm and just out of reach a vision of ,a roltitinc Hand. Shocked anil startled, lit- instinctively passed lils hand over his eve- ami then tried tohrust the phantom frr.m lilm. Aimln and araiit. but without avail, he triisl to rid himself of Its presence, but the l'olntlnc Hand SSBHi nlu? ever Jut beyond hi SJjBHp reach and iiotliiiie would F induce, the Won to depart. It Unbred through the lou? evenlni: hour, and when at last his ejes cIomsI iii slumber, he dreamed only of anthe rotntlnz Hand. Throuch iHHg the -till...

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. — 30 April 1887

'.--. s3sfi rawiaw'n'.-ii iMM4rtrrmmm JP aito ife pringfutl grpublu OLDEST WEEKLY. DLOESI DIILT. 7lt "War. :l ttli Yenr lirgett ClrckUtlon and Bttl Adnrtttiiif Mtdlam. ipringfiria gfpu&Jfc OUR HIGH WATER MARK: tin uliitli.n Marl h 31 ,4,ejo I1.-.JIO IO.SBO Cir. uliition Iprll 2 'clrriilatliin April J I VOL. XXXIII NO. 102. SPBLXGF1EL.T), O., SATURDAY EVKXIM.. APRIL 30, 1.SS7. PRICE TWO CENTS. .jnriuigt. ,j. l i, .iMinrWWiHO, , pttMfc. Jt&c ri If ' k V WEATHER FACTS. r "" Wiito tprll u Ohio, iludlim.. .MU-Jili:" : Local , Iriaus. preceded tiyfalrvveath r Hi Ohio . slight rite Intern 'perature. Kentucky I,ocal rains, warmer, followed by Iiliit temperature In U esteni portion. Springfield, O., April 30, 18S7. THE SKJHACK These were sticks with a claw in the end, like a bird's claw or the human hand, with which the folk in the last cen tury used to scratch their backs. You may see them now in the proper stores. In those days the big head dresses of the women, when once fixed up,...

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 April 1887

?S25-?s??2;r3--' 'cavv r,r3sarr3ff 'j5(j--. -Alt TaBgK8g3&l&(&& ,,S8g9ffS .- iiiwiiwaaTMggt'wtgiBMfyy. , ,ij3s2S'rt-f!:?yB:':. x . . ; ,--.., f "" -1 - 'M.Vlyjgy yAjCjit1.' nil .1 1.1 1 iiw . JL2JlL- T Dai is i! rai reavne E-a Lf .- .VII iraprnur. vivriuy A IXGACY. "ll.inliiiia rtilalinetl Wujne Ingres! ' eAciteniint Thet were talking nlanit liontls, ami Mud a lot of tilings li-ouliln 1 (iMiireliciiil, but at lust jour iitiiieatus nuiitioiitil "Tin-, will nt laim in a ln.li Mi ltri ket miiI e , Mi I)iiliur it II bun him .that- It i-.i ki ihuight -slitlaetl linn-lii llnu is no ilim.ir. 1 supsist nf his fitting ttmtl of 1I11 In for Ta Kara' urjt3.ruL.tir J sold gleams Id the mestifi of thy tuir, Tba hearrclj Iiiirot )ri s blue livm in tL Wstutlrriug .at-. Tba Hi whithatss to miiisou Ihe istle tloil.Ls Umt flush tbi ski,-. Have liresstsl tbtteuttu aiul IiusrreJ Iigbll ou IbvttitvL affair taateuf iationt'ii tht lieart halh Mibbiil m eusiioiisirUs, iSnilo.lv No ilnii.tr i...

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 April 1887

r i t MM '"V"? "REPrP.LrO, SA'ITRDAY fJN KMM, APfUL :: 1S87 fr M ?? If Aatmmtllui; Oil Krftlon ntrnmina. "I -w b nu Otii- itapeiV win! GrniulflitlHT MeWmijJe. thiit maurll at V-ith Halu morc thf iliill In struck nit oik itvoHttii' lepihof 1,0m., pi t Foi fiai Olu Hfuvja lrvitm impute I be h-Oefoiiml Mtimthinjc n ii iiiaj I1 r!l cmuih to mutti-l t li-4 lint Mil- i- nu M linn,; to IYuiim U nm .lrill.-i-. V all miu-iu.w.rtl. well on Oil wvtk M'Witil tnp k where a dnllem iiaUsiH liimUn jan! it the ilipthof 111 IrVl, AIM. U-jJ-IIl (It -IWV t "pi pill "lllli K I .. tlt!iiB junk on tliil noil Ml At , un-I Ji-tm tit iv ill tiie ml en ex it niMit lln- .tiikf reiteil in lutuU. wr l.- llieiv h t iiuinf jMtiu in flu lMml mr lut, ntt-t piu-e ffll ulf VI i ct nt iiiu feu IrtHjr exivj t al tlie pKiv heie 1 Uwnlttl e1ot tit- It in tlie tiimliei tnttiim, mhI trho njmi-trtl nolilj null pine mul Id ml-w k 4antliiio of tit tiHKt lt ..ualittt Jtiittli- luatihtM tlMii-in du--l nni uihIit--'! n limit .u i...

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 April 1887

liWWIIIWWIIIIllijuin.In,.WWPWWgiiaBMW5a i KEPtTVLTC. ATI'U1)AV ET3N3XG. ATKIT- : 188T. X. V S B IF YOU WOULD SAVE MONEY, BUY YOUR SHOES FROM 0 fg g w jl M SHOES ! ST. JOHN & REED, NO. 53 WEST MAIN ST. SHOES ! :' sTsSK &-.' . iHH jVs f3". SI -54 ' "sj - ij &r r r CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney Pipe, SEWER PIPE VM FITTINGS. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION COAL AND ICE CO. !. South Limestone St. , KI'.I.U. Pretldeut , iiKiinK, it-c. Treat. 11 Oi!KS Manager pringfirl(l gqiuMtt EVEXISU AMI WEKKI.i. Te BtrrBLirprUH IkeX." Tork tai Hm t.ra auoriated Pr IiliptrkrJ l ll.ater CMt(lorl)Telfram.. NICHOLS, raisincsT. THUS. 1. HHOWN, tl.r'T AM TKCAB. SPBIieriElD PUBLISHING CQMPMK. Publishers and Proprietors. THK KVEMJIO BCrCBLIC Is pnblilliea eTeryeTenlnBeiceptt-unday. and J'1J ered mt the rate ot 10c per week. Single copletlc. ,, . , THK WEKKL.Y KKl'I'ULIC It publlthed Terr Thur4ay. and It one ot the most com plete family newtpapera In the countrr. eight pa...

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. — 30 April 1887

SI iiaSgafSMartiiu)., .?v scr.. uu -2- -f nEPFBTJO, S-VnrrtTOT ENTafTNQ APRIL :; 1887. .a?S!2SJ itcya-whj It r; l& 1$ -ii piM:iiiimig tfililej ram CVn. CY4J. If aartwaeM. Von, Atflum. tirut lull. W UMptrMT tXHiah lncli4aotiAmqintp iAm,anu rawTn fvaumuf tNMk Tb Geautaa Ur, I mWt iwm MTp U imil nry tit u At Wniittirm. and for our wnp txnow lyirw, am the fsiRueKlCfituivnf J An M nil T -A. Mrer Hl VJ l"n-tn,Illttniorw,Mi- U 8. A. (Vw 1 ' ll Thf crrftl Tobacco An- iix to 1 1 bold itr mil Pruccuu. AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Tlinrsiljj Eiening, .llai 5, S7-. JAMES E. n N U ADMISSION : i.'.c and :t."r. Ketterrrd seatp, ."( li on mIp next Tnesday at Pif ret. j. j. Mccarty, TAILOR! .-.1 .SOUTH LIMESTONE ST., llliMikwKlIrr llliirk). rrtsonts a splendid line.of Suit int-H tor tientlemen'8 Spring Wear. SUITS and OVERCOATS MADE TO ORDER. Satisfaction Guaranteed. The Cost of having your Cur tains done up by laundry, will buy one of BOHLIIYGEE' SIPXOFtJ- uT of roufcMl rRAMc "ll Ive von Mmi...

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. — 30 April 1887

! i AT FOUTRESS .MOXKOE. SOMETHING ABOUT THE BIGGEST FORT OF THE UNITED STATES. Look Mt at splint: '' !! ltetort. JlpooulliK n lit' ltiiHit VUlt to the Koldieia llouir lltw Ilwinptuu it Fokthk-! Monroe. Apnl r -I write this letter kitting uj-ui the gr'ii n.iu.ir. of Fortress Mounts. At iu i.hl i tbe Lir Hygfia hotel, ami in front of tue, .uiinvi tbt water, lie a iivky Mruotuit known as 'The Riprap," or Kurt Wool At m Intel., Mveml ulilea away, can le oiii the eleatow of wport News, and withm a fw nMsof me th waeaof the roll in with tlietit!eu)on tbe aanJy hor, I ran IniL Uonu into Fortress Monro behliHi nw, auil the ught re ininds one almost of the wallvt fitie of feudal time. Tlu is th laiget fort intiif United States. It coven eighty acres, mnl it cost tiii to the tune of the late Mar all told about $iKU- It is hexagonal in hH(. Its interior u well laid out. and the oflieeiV quarters look uj-on green lawn, m which o!dt knarled live oaks hale tlie coz seat. Tbe walls are thirty fix...

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. — 30 April 1887

- r. A WISH. WouM that oner mor e might meet, thou and so Ions iarlrd art upon a shore hf rv tin U- . mvc are Mrivinp ev-rmore Thetvii w here eirchn;? curlew mournful cry. Ju4 thou aud I twofjfunrau urfUoe All oUUry 'tieatu tlw sricnt Ly, That grif might prak aud grv&t tear flood Urn AnJuauKhi Immature hear the long iiit moan. There, to tW acctunauiiiHnt uf the a, UithvoicvsshxiUvilb pain our wdp we M t II Tilt ind and wave w Uh our lament would km rU, " uuld blend In out? a.t chont c f agonr For but one (mini n-nia its to thee end mo TovaMf ourhun atxunmuu smiaiu da Iddinff Gale in The Current. AVOMAX AM) HOME. WHY EGYPTIAN PRINCESSES WERE FAMOUS FOR THEIR BEAUTY Treatment of the Croup Women tf 1 hit Temper Hindoo lluiiir Tlir Odd ami t nd Talent 'Home Matte lCeiitelle lUHH l-he Hume. trad. "The itath of IsiV ha, IWn known for ttnt htfor thirtt jears. taut an amateur ldolo.d: "It was one of the tw-t piece of trauHttonnndtIetectite nork that vy( furth er Jul ou should nt?to bant...

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. — 30 April 1887

;j.,u'g4Hjtgrjgyj"n " REPTTELTr. SA'J'URDAf JNINTG APK1T, 30 1837. -A. VISION. A careworn mill slowly we-mlesl lus wa homeward, iwiielerini: e er the jiroMe in of existence, and wemele-riiijr liem lie houM Mippl the mail netiN of a large famil. Suddeiily, there npiarisl floatiiigin tlic air abo e hiui and just out t reach a ision ot ,a rointini; linnet Mieiekest and startlesi In instiiK-tiu-lj I4nms1 his hand over hi- eie' and then tried to thrust the ph.i.tnn. Iron, him. A taut and .icahi. but without avail, he tried to rid himself of its pre-ouco but the folntiin; Hand THBpite hum; ever just be ond his HJvHiP reach and nothing would VmF induce the isiem to depart. It lincereil tlimtidi the long evening hour-, ind nhen at lsst his ejes closed in sluinler, he dreamed onlj of the I'ointinc M tnd llinuich the -till watches of the night it was ever prv-ent. and when In- ejes ojM'ned in the morninc It was on!) to behold once airam the Uire-itc n inc. commanding phantom of eerpre-eut roi...

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 May 1887

' . :" jf?.xr iaatoi. tPS'tf"rTcrS:r ""7 te f pringfirld grtpuMU OLDEST WEEKLY. OLDEST HILT, ril "Wui atlli "Vnr Largest Circulation and Beit ndrtrtltlng Mediam VOL. XXXIII NO. 103. 9pxifUU Republic OUR HIGH 'WATER MARK : M Circulation March 31 '4,07.0 Circulation April 2 IC34U Circulation April 21 lo.ifij. SPRfXC-JFJELI), O., MOXDAY EVENIM., SI Y 2, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. 4 ftonnrnk. 4 It t i IV F m 3rFL' WEATHER FACTS. WiiamOTOj.rrU VI Ohio laical ralus.riiirigliilloariltj) lalliiif tcmi'cmturp. Sl'KINCFIELU, O., ) April 30, 1SS7. ) THE SCRATCH-BACK These were sticks with a claw in the end, like a biid's claw or the human hand, with which the folk in the last cen tury used to scratch their backs. You may see them now in the proper stores. In those days the big head dresses of the women, when once fixed up, were not taken down sometimes for a month, and personal cleanliness was not such as it is now, and "scratch-backs" were very needful. NOWADAYS The young folks sometimes get thei...

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 May 1887

L ";--i-" vH4 f I pv & h CEMENT!! PLASTER, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, 7 J Chimney Pipe, SEWER PIPE -AMI- FITTI3STC3-S. A full stock always on hand. N CHAMPION nn inn inr nn LANUiytliU. 01li ath Limestone St HEDUKH, Sec. Treas. President H. VOOES. .Manacer Springfield JScpublit EVEXIXU AXI IfEEKLT: The KFri Bt 11" ptlat. the Nw York ld Wff term IwaclalrJ l'rr llpatrkeJ tkf Ittitrr table (Forel)Telfrri. C. M. MCIIOI... rSUIDICVT. .. . HKOW.N, m:c't ArTas48. SPfllfiEFIELQ PUBLISHING COMPHIY, Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK C1I.MM1 ur.rL'ltl.lU Is published -eryeenlu:etcept suujay. an,t is dellv ered at the rate l liv: per Keek. Single copies Jc. TIIK WKKKLV UKrUltl.IC Is published eieryTtiursdaT.aiid Is oueot the niostcnn plete tamlly newspapers in the country: eluht psces. markets complete Hepiete with nes and inlscellaiiy. fl per year, liiTartably cash In adsance. All communications and contributions should be addressed to Cuitos M Niihols, etltor. and all business letters to TH...

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 May 1887

y-3 REPUBLIC, MONDAY" EVENING MAT 2 1887. 13 s m i !IS ME SHbEIU A CALITOIiYIA VARY. -! unn to, on Earth for raJa." will nmcuTuuujcOCTtaonn U! tarumaoam. Brala1a, Barn, add, CVa, XomW I 'iwvn A tecfc ckarfce. ;rtST, 8oTM, Ftn w, Oulnr, Hot L Hound, H Srlktira. 1 Toothache, Spraina, etc. Ifiea ThroaL HmtUeh. ttCU. a bvtUL KM h drariTivta. Latinn. Ta . Bins Kifoafitnt Hl brars our rrojnoriVluIUnor,u,C.: A. Dr. Coatt ot oom, ir CMih.errnf win ran. Tesr rnct mi . a keltlr. RAILROAD TIME CARD. CMvolanit, Colambua, Cincinnati and Indl&upolta Railway. one hit. NIxhtwiprM 'Itm 11 New Tork i-Boton Kipress uJ.Sam z uneiuia x aasiern Express no pm 4 Sew Tork Limited Ixpreu- 9 Mlcht Express. sours aorta. 17 ainc-ctn. 4 Wee. K . ASS i uu. rljlnic Buckeye. . . . ,;jBml 3 Cincinnati A Indianapolis KxpreM-U.OO am 3 Clereland A Cincinnati Express 1.3) pm BClntUInlSt.LouliiKin. Ki i.3apm aaaiTiraoa hit. 9 Meat mri T15im I 1 Cln. Flying Kuckeye VJOam ! 3 Clereland Jt Cincinnati Express 130 pm hew ...

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 May 1887

SiSi?W.- SEEfi SBSiE-'-rfe.-, mr- R-RPTTRTJO. MONDAY EVEXTXG MAY -2 1RR7. SODA WATER ! SPRINGFIELD SEED COMPANY'S, AND ICE COLD, AT "ST. JTLlMCins HOTEL OOH.NHR. CHEAP JDDRTZ' GrOOIDS! CHEAP IDIRY C3-OOHDS ! CHEAP TXECY GOODS! l.verylxxly invited to John Wicns Cheap 0r (i.xxls .More I..r litigants, as there .in- plcntv it them in every depaitment in tin- -J.; . .. . . .... .... I .1 It... j I. . ...... !-...( I ll.. ltl.M..ltt tllllf Never since m ioiiimciic-d Imsi i nn-nl .il .iilors .11 t. eryar.l .-t-itauily very cheap We are also nib-ring our Fancy Wool Dress (..xxls in dark colors at lite, re.itly worth -ilie per yard We will, ill addition.nlace have never Ixdorc carried su.-h a lare .n sale tin it lots of I Hess i.omls. ilounie wi.llli. at 1 "-. l'.ii- ami .' -. worth at least. ' tier cent, mine, vve arc inriii a great variety or new spring Dress (,.xis. ri inches fc JOHN WRENS NEW YORK STORE, 33 South Limestone Street, Springfield, Ohio. BHffiHRVRRBBSSBHESSSSBSsSSNSViii1 JvlJ...

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