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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 21 May 1887

gg iMtfttCtw-, m ft rfprinflfiiitl grpublu EIGHT PAGES. Reading Matter on Every Page. VOL. XXXIII NO. 120. jFpriagfifli gUpu&Ht; DOUBLE SHEET. Reading Matter on Every Page. SPPilXGFIELD, O., STITR1)AY KYEXLV.. MAY 21. 18s7. PRICE TWO CENTS. tingfielfr epMic. 18 r WtATHER FACTS. Wihiotoi.Miv 21 Ohio jt.elirrtliy lair we.tther sta lltnitr Irinis-rature Sl'KINOFIEl.n, O., .,1 May 21, 1S87 33 1-3. On Tuesday niorniiif, May THE WHEN Will make a reduction of 33 ''3 Per cent- one-third, on a line of men's, youths' and boys' clothing, giving the greatest and best bargains ever offered in Central Ohio. Don't say "chestnut" until you read. It is not trie prom ise of a neddler or tramp bankrupt trader, but the con tract of the Leading Clothing House of the L'nited States, responsible financially for every promise, and whose rep- CLOTHING , , , citj: an organization with the Utat IOII IS WOrtll more than the major as president which will I make it its business to induce uianufac few dollars...

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 May 1887

Will. I I Jl ws W"W. HULWlUflHltjiCllJ tiftt 1 '. f " , -" . m.-m..-i,j)rT0m '&& REPTJBLTP. SATFRDAY EVENING, MAY 21 1837. CHAS. A. WOOD, THE LEADING SPRINGFIELD GROCER, THE GREAT PRODUCE CENTER ON MARKET STREET"! THE PEOPLES' PURVEYOR ! THE PEOPLES' PURVEYOR! Carries the best line of goods, which his large trade demands, in all the different lines, bought and sold for cooking and table use. EVERYTHING NEW AND FRESH ! ALL THE DEPARTMENTS NOW FULL! J WMPPVK1" Berries, Fancy CHAS. KIRKS WHITE RiissiaN Tin' only bnnnl of l-iitmlrv -. l nvvanlert a lirst olass nnsl.l at t m Xevv Orleans KMxMtiuiu O.iuran teeil alisolnti-Iy lmre, anil for peneial household vi,n",M ls tl1" "'O" b RAMBLER'S NOTE ROOK. A Enuuiug Tins of Comment ou Events of a Week. Local The Advantage. f Jileatlj tJrowtli tl-r ftiouul After- Itmtm Thrreia.slvul-ii tioomeraiic Where a ;imh1 sprinc- driller io Whf-ll llr IMr.-Thr i:i1u. There Flnvirr Hill Hi Ihr school hmU .John lllUMlttlrili Hitn.:. r'ritrs fortlir r...

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 May 1887

-TZZ-ZXkZTr . i. ," ?cs2p5 rv.1--- .. wX9 REPUBLIC. PATTTODAY EVENING, MAY 21 1RBT. 3U , A MODEL COLOhED WEDDING. Fttou J idemoura lVnllr Marnier t Tliif the Huot. Itnasastnalt but -wlt-xt a-smWage that gatheml in tin met-uns hou- ut nm Hill quarter to wer I'ar-Mm A Memouf nmir Par hash us Hnzlenut and Miv. I rwiimrt arter blonjje, colore.!. The iip.m tultaiiost to the ramlkl-iTex In huliarnK the matrimonial Tmnon na noroetuing more than men? a laptatlon of liackneetl form it ii tho li hjirgm ot mi obligation -nlnili not onH ju-tiDrtl hut tit mati.irtl a fatherly familiant anil iianWnUtn ivan It Lpon this a. u..mi in-iiiv similar oi.va-.ioii, bis mcito tsenni't pnil-! the cold conventionalities ind tt Uiernd of the cenMiion) made the lnJe and groom intimately acquainted with tb tbarict! of eat bother Ad reim lu attention to the groom, tby Itai-MJii uiuvivmomously begau. zjw?$8gMr? ; Tarhhu.' IV- yo take Owiinertfirter a Ik jo eildel wifef Kf le x grealile, i sail" was the insntr "Am...

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 May 1887

ii'- rv - REPUBLTO, SATURDAY EVEMKG. MAY 21 1887. ' "" UlTilllMWIIBBMBBWaaiaxrcBK -ii.i-3lll!9iee(S!BBS-SeMfai(lWS CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney Pipe, SEWER PIPE -AMI- A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION HIKE Ed. !: South Limestone St. KKI.I.Y, l'residrnt. M. SI IIK.IH1KH, 5rc. Trra. 11. VOUES. Msnwr. Springfield $cpublU KVEM.WI A XII VKKKI,Y; Ihr UKI'I'HI.lt'prlats Ihrftr Inrk 1 " l.ra A.wLtr.1 l'r Hl.tf brJ Ik. Ur.trr l'.tl(t',orrift)1lef r.m.. . MCHOI.s), riu-suiEST. THOs. II. MKOWK, rlLC'l AMITKK4S. SPfitNGFlELD PUBLISHING COMMIT, Publishers and Proprietors. I THK KVKNIM) KKl-lllii.lc i, PuMl.befl ! efen eveulne except Mimlay. aud t adlv- ered at the rate o( inc. per week. Single t tl,KlvKKKI.V KKI-1...1.1C I, nnhll.hd I eTerrTtiursilxy. and 1 one of the most com- j Plete family newspapers in the country; eluht paces, markets complete. Kepiete I with news and miscellany. II per year. Invariably cash In advance. , I ' All communications and c.",rJ.,,ut,on ...

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. — 21 May 1887

X'SS&rC-iSSHi?' cs.Boa?-y' .- 0aasfeShiMSB&uiKx ,-.! &JJ tSrtfJiwfijK- w tU &Kf- "V , ,-;2TT' fc.- REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING MAY 21FJ1S87 AiT -- W I fl JHOQE'Sj cairowp EXTRACT Xw 1 THE WORLD OF SOCIETY. A Qjiet Week, With Little to Chronicle An Event or Two in Pros pect, However. A llrlle to Aellmt spring. n Informal Tea Notes mid OlMervnttoiia l,avtii Tenuis May IhiHt-r orinl lt rotiitlitifs. The itniMrtanrr or purifi ln the blood can not be ovt rvstlmMed. for without jute blood jou cannot nju good health. At this season ncarlv everv one needs a Euudmcdiiiiie to punfv vitalize and enrich ttie Wood anj Hood s sarvipardla is worth) jour confidtnce It Is j-ei.LU.ir in that it strengthens and bunds up the sVMem ere it s an apixtite and t 'lies tne dit -.tion, while it eradicates disease ..ieitati.il. Hood s Sansipanlla i - id l alidmcKts Prepared l)UL MouJ A. v lamrii. Mass. IOO Doses Ono Dollar It re-pure-, absolute genius to eons trtitt a column of -. k elj news fro...

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. — 21 May 1887

ryrxymmim m, ri utmn )IH no.,, Mll II HI www i '- a cemaBgae REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING MAY 21. 18R7. ! &m I IB tu t THE COrXTRY CIRCUS. A TIME OF REJOICING FOR RURAL RESIDENTS. " S.iUjr C'rru Hav Hate Come, the Gladdest f llit mi Ket,tlr Vui- lci Itluekherrlen lnI In Time lor Tlt'Lrt Moiie.. W.il-.-tt N Y . May 10. llr.KI. is an un written law, a.- living to western Netv York at lenst, hi h limits tli i It U sjsil tO that j mil ion if the tear when hhirL- C lnms art trite jfiV man) tisasiugiilti uculrtr n tlloJIHUSIlIUMI, Kill yj little Mu4 i Tyj eonv ince hiiv -f: that no ntlir plan couM avail The everlasting equity of thing terrestrial tle inainls it Tho small lnv f. of course. InhuuI to attenl th circus, ainl.tis blneMwri v pick ing i his only wry ot rev-nue. he inut Uerforce obtain the reouwt fmuls m this wanner. Any deviation frou the usual ea- iiui iti Iim iwirt if ih show (oimianv Mill en- tail the hiss or this strongest 1-atron. ami eon tsequiitly of his juitemal ancest...

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. — 21 May 1887

MS'VqICK9MmMM!Fi40Mms REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING MAY 21. 1B8T. BOOTS AND SHOES alTbut GIVEN AWAY ! A.T KINNANE, WREN & COMPANY'S! if- THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER SEEN IN SPRINCFIELD Of which an early visit to our store will convince you. All goods are marked in plain figures, so that you can readily see for yourselves. Our success in DRY GOODS, CARPETS AND WALL PAPER ! And all other goods we handle, is well and favorably known all over the United States, and second to none in Ohio, and solely due to a strict observ ance and scrupulous enforcement of the most honorable and straight forward business principles, and a thorough and practical knowledge of our busi ness ; and you can feel assured the great interest we take in our Boot and Shoe department, sparing nothing that money and ability can accomplish, will insure equal success. Our purpose has been and is to handle no goods other than the production of the best manufacturers in the country, with whom we have a positive understa...

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. — 21 May 1887

jHHi Wig ii iJTl-G l-i -r-avi,1Wje!tJi HEPtT13L10, SATURDAY ETESTSX:. JtAT 21. 1RST. TOMORROW We want you to take home for Sunday breakfast a h)iiiii1 of our delicious Roasted coffee ijisssgnjiju crjmj PARLORS! Rio. - - 'lie and -.Mr lit. Del m on i co llleud, -Tie per pound. Mixed Java, Itio and Mocha, -. and ISc per pound. Old Java and Morha, 30r per lb. Tackage Coffees, 2:lc and Jtr lb. AT EITHER STORE. BARGAIN STORES, 1 and V3 WW Main St. anil 41) South Mar. art St., SrlnEnll, O. CAN'T BE BEAT ! oru b, MACKINAWS. 'ykj . THE HATTER, IVo. n F?llr.i distill fill PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED WAJfTED-AU kinds of clothes wrtiiKers tu repair, called forand delivered, orders by mall promptly attended to & M .Miller. 1U West Main W; ANTED filri fonteneral housework. Rood waires. 311 N Limestone si iu (i TTTAXTED -Two elrls s?ok and seioud Kirl. IT at 37b south .Market strwt t WASTED first diss ttrl to do general homework, at 352 cut illitli street. FORSALE. THjRStLK MioutlUMXlNea llrlck d...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 23 May 1887

l8Tnl'M'-r-'Vrf ' .- ' - - -. ' -r " "f . ' - " 3?-,W,i.,5Wi pifME-W" mii iljrittgfielJi Hail flirtitflficlrt gfpublu Knjoss ilit largest nthertisiii patronage of nns nen.s:i- per in Central Oliln PRICE TWO CENTS. Simngfidii grpuMU. "II pa us Id dtcrlltte in the Mlt juili lc better than any paper in the cllr. We know It doe." srtKKEY SCOW HEX. VOL. XXXIII NO. 121. SPRINGFIELD, O., MONDAY KVKXINCJ. M.Y2.'i', 1887. fSssssssassryr1 wiiii IJilpB'8'-? v w--gfc?r-'- - 1 fkpvbnt Jz o H TJ Ml Hi Ii Mil ' Allol WEATHER FACTS. WmiMTOi.Mkt Zt-Ohlo: silent i o-irniiT till alrllllU J weather liKMlralus.toliim.il hi filling tenivrtur SrRINGFIELD, O., ) May 23. 1SS7. J 33J-3. On Tuesday morning, May 2.1th, THE WHEN Will make a reduction of 331.; per cent. one-third, on a line of men's, youths' and boys' clothing, giving the greatest and best bargains ever offered in Central Ohio. Don't say "chestnut" until you read. It is not the prom ise of a peddler or tramp bankrupt trader, but the con tract of...

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

REPUBLIC. MOXDAT EVENING. MAY 23 1887. CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney Pipe, SEWER PIPE AND FITTI2STC3-S. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION JK1 South Liiiietlone St. K. 1. KkLlA. President . M. IIHfiKS, SecTreas. II VOCES. Manager pvingfirlii Republic EVEXIM1 AM) MEEKLY. The KH'l III IC prist thOewlork hI Wh trri l.wrl.lfd l't DiapalckMaad the Kfittr Cable (torlira)Tlt. ram. NICHOLS, rRK41MVT TIIOo. O. IIIUW, 9C'T (MITII19. SPB1HCFIEL0 PUBLI5HIN6 GDMPAMY, Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK tVKMMI KKl-Ultl IC Is published eTeryeTenlnir except undT. and Is dell ered at the rate ot 10c per week. Slnitle copies 2c IIIK WKKKI.Y RklTBI-IC Is published eten Thursday, and 1 one ot the most com plet tamtly newspapers " the country, elitht panes, mirkets complete Bepiete 1th news and miscellany II per year. iQyarlably cash In advance. All communleitlons and contributions heild be addressed to Chiton M Nit-Hot editor, and all business letters to Thohis (1 II . manager. KE...

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

- ,-A&Si&ice kiT IT fU m yip'ffria- . . r f rr-Mnrmi MMTi ilfc" 1li1iTTBftftniirnnBltt3TFKilirTl W W Ml WW WttitRXKtM fa 1 1 mr i ' ii il I I ' I I ii ".nil i h It I Hn i Ml Hill ! IPWWIIIIMI WIIPInw i ill ,. . "- ' '- r - -1 , -Tt " " -t js -r - "e" "" " "" JHOQD'Sf COHPCUHD EXTRACT AS 1 he imtsirtance of anf mj the Mood can not be oierestimateii, fur without liuro Mood jou cannot enjo) good health At this season nearly eierj one need a l medicine to Iurtf I ilalize. and enrich the blood, and IIihhI a arviunlla i worths your confidence. It is h'i ilnr hi tint it strengthens and bmlds tip the m stem.creites an apjH'tite, and tones the diction, uh.Ie it eradicate disease IS l e It a triaL Hood's Sar-uparilla is oM by all druggists, llejuredh C 1. Hood & I , Lowell, Ij-s. IOO Doses Ono Dollar g- --rg- sa-ae- Martyrs to Headache Sovi. relief in va.n. mitil tlir i-opin to UH'AjerV S.najariLi llu-n thoy ro cret .he years of Miffrnng thoy might luueei'apM ha-1 the trie! this r...

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

.5& mmwtm f r m iwmmmmm 'v?" ft "REPUBLIC, MONDAY EVTSXIXT., MAY -2... 1887. i 41 ra K II l SU ft' PICNIC Sardines, 4 boxes for 25 cts. Salmon, per can, - 15 cts. Corn Beef, per can, - 15 cts. Bottle Pickles, - - 10 cts. Sweet Pickles, 3 doz. for 25c Cucumber Pickles, doz., 5c. Olives, - - 15c and 25c. Picnic and Lunch Baskets, all kinds, at either store. ioX$aM&s BARGAIN STORES, 1 and B3 Wawt Mala St. and 40 South Mar ket St., Springfield, U. eSTTBCBEElXl. UNDERWEAR Fine All-Wool, LicM Weight. Summer Merinos. Balbrifxan, ,laln ami fane-. India tlaiue. Frrncb Ve-lteM Nainsooks. (ilendlil assortment of the above' tlesira ble goods. lric lower than ever. HATTEK AMI FURNISHER, Tit. ." Ern.1 Mtiiii St !. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. 1RF.E AIll EKTISIKG. 0 ,V AN'D AFTER Today the .-prinKlleld ll. iiv Hrm-Riir will lnurt aucli aas an UmiM" "Loit." "For Rent," "J or ."-ale. etc In this column one time tree, thrre times tortent-nf eentv and six times forrilty eema iiifcs,rju:iinr.i.ii-i n t-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. — 24 May 1887

$p stf . . Wmfa I' if M $Lmwk. Springfield Republic; j)ringftfM gUpufelii Kiijoys the largest advertising mtronage of any newspa per in Central Ohio. PRICE TWO CENTS. 'It iiin ih -ilturt" In the Ke- -, ,--. - ... -.--...... pnli ! bctttr than any paper in thf in . nmnowuown." SriltKEY SCOW HEX. VOL. XXXIII NO. 122. SPRINGFIELD. O., TUESDAY EVLMMi, MAY 21, 1887. pttttjpei0 r X WEATHER FACTS. T 1 WiiTo..lay I -OMc:J fl paulim warmer, iiireftienlni. xL,, Iweatlier loenl ntlnn. folUiud b tailing temperature Sl'KINGFIKLI), O., ) May 24, 1887. J For the When this has been about as lively a spring as was sprung at any time since the first one. We have cer tainly had our share of the boom. As was said when the man died and an acquaint ance asked of what complaint he died "no complaint; everybody is satisfied." We are satisfied, at least, and if yon are not, it is perhaps be cause you are -not properly drt-ssed lor this season, but are wearing your old winter clothes. Don't do it any longer,...

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. — 24 May 1887

iss " . " , . JHBjjB WPagr' -"Hrw- -ttespsww&s&m&mwi ' P ' " WW m w i u j. wninm MMIIRMUIJIIIMUI , LHrans&S3K SSSSSSSfSS REPUBLIC. Tl'KsDAY ET5XDS"G. MAY -21 1887. 4& la- :;vr.4j KSTV.'fsS' :; - Ji -- JM : s Jig 'Jf We' -If,. JM mu Springfield grpuMic EVENIXU AXD WEEKLY. The RFrCBMC rUtt tfceStw York J Ww trAifltrarrlUpitfliMJU lletr CM (Fortlf a) Trletrrant. V. M. XICIIOLS. TIIOS. O. IIRIIWX, 8SC'r 4SDTRWS. SPBIHEFIELD PUBLISHES GDMPAllf. Publishers and Proprietors. THE KVKN'IJUt KKI'lIIILIO It published ejierrevenlni except Sunday. and l ; ered at the rate ot lc. per week. Single cople 2c. TMK WEEKLY KKl'tlHLIO U published ev-r Ttimidaj. and t oue of the niottcom plete I&nilly ner.ier In tlie country: debt paEca. ii.arl.it3 complete. Kt-pteie Willi ni-Ki and mUreUany. II Pr I. lnvartablT cab 1 adv ance. All communications and contrlbutlona should be addressed t Curros .M. Nichols. editor. and all business letter to Thom U. Uiuw.t. manager. REPUBLIC Bl'lLDIX...

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. — 24 May 1887

q&mmsmaammmm REPUBLTC, TUESDAY SYEyreo.. 1MAY 24. 3887. ! L K ftlltl.fttTltBltMlafaAB.4.Bh. .- l AltlkBBA KOMAM'KOFAPAl SOX.Vd'l. M ' '" '" irosel His real ln Wm self, was tier- force concealed from tlie simple towns folk And onl here anil there was the fact realized that the Protectant pastor of St Aiuitulo had formerly jireached to crowded audiences In one of the greiv churches in Paris, had seceded, In fact from Home to I.utlier 'Hy oil means unburden yourself Xo sleepier little town than St Anatole lies nestled amid the vlueclatl hills of eastern France, none of more smiling, gracious, aspect There is jiicturest.ueness, loo, about Unquiet streets, the low arcades with round arches recalling Spanish occu Iatloii of Tranche Curate, tart of 1'ie rich dower of Mirv of Buriniudv. and bits uf shall indeed be (jlad to sere you,' lie sale! Siiauish domcstimirchltecture remaiu here l-Towlng moro and more genial, jirlJing and there. Hound about rise the pleasant lu Ile of lunielf to t...

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

, .-flMM iifwwaw!Wiiiiji REPITBLTO, TUESDAY EVENING , MAY 24, 1887. F i in .-lit i ! m CC ERE SET THE SUN." It maj I ours to stand, .-- Fortalrn, tingle handed in a flgbt With a determined and a hostile band. For the dear cause wa honor as the right. And either U oVrcotne or win a crown before X& sun fues down. Marianne Farulughani. THE THIRTEENTH JUKOR. The trial was ott at last, anil we were duly locked up in the jury room to maVu up our erdict For days and days the case had dragged along It had taken a long time to ex amine the numerous vvitues.se.. Then the lawjershad to be heard, and finally his honor had dellv ered a charge of extraor dinary length and profundity . I felt relieed when 1 entered the jury room with luy eleven companions. Snrelv we could come to a decision in a few" minutes. To m mind eterj thing was perfectl) clear The defendant, Max Steimva), was guilt of murder. True, uo'huuuiii eye had een hint commit the crime but the cin iimstanlial evidence ai dead aga...

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. — 24 May 1887

s&; F.-ttT '"' '--l".; f-3J shaft.;. jaS M'dilj AlSftTS mm m IP' jU35T'e ' ' ' """- Ji. . "NO PEACE IS A PALACE. ANGRY SCENES .IN- THE ROYAU . HOUSEHOLD OF GERMANY. The Empress Doeau't (ift Aloiifr Well with Iter Ho. band, ami M.e lletrsts the Crown ITlucess Facts Not ;ut ally Knunn. When Etnporor 'William receives a stranger lie looks at him sharply ami fiives the impression that he is tuiniiisntcr in his uiitnl whether the jiersou liefure him would le more Miitalile as a hussar, a cuirassier, a dragoon or a iner" infantry man. Hi-, face ti wrinkled to an eitraor ilinary decree, and the look of the ryv is -omen hat nuI. Hut the face lightens tip with a kindly Muile a the old gentleman gives a military twist upward to Ins snow white mustache--. The vniieror talks in short henteucoN. His conversation is of Uie brusjue, stocky nature affected liy old soldiers who prefer a hearty shake of the hand to tine speeches. He used to le able to sjiealc Krench jiretty well, litit lias now n...

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. — 24 May 1887

mmMMMMMHMMI kv&ime't-TM4immi - avrmum sss um mmm"-r'r!ibUV 'Js stf-W & REPtTBLTC, TUESDAY EVEXTXG. MAY 2-1. 1887. ijjlfe 3i if- n Sardines, 4 boxes for 25 cts. Salmon, per can, - 15 cts. Corn Beef, per can, 15 cts. Bottle Pickles, - - 10 cts. Sweet Pickles, 3 doz. for 25c. Cucumber Pickles, doz., 5c. Olives, - - 15c and 25c. Picnic and Lunch Baskets, all kinds, at either store. BAHOAIN STORES. lcd3 Watt Main ttl.fcoit 40 South Mar ket su.-3jTrunn.id, o. PEOPLES COLUMN. I kkk ad:ktimini. 0 N AMI AFTER Todr the Surluftwla Ii.ilv Krri'nuc will Insert such "ds- as "Vuts." "Lost." "r'or Kent." "lorSnIe." etc.. Id this column one time tree, three times tortueutt llie cents, and six times r.ir titty cents TIl-iFRliniELli I'l H Co. WANTED. WANTEH-A house ot from t! lo 10 rooms, sltiuted near the central prt ol tfieeltT. Address A. II. P No. 13) south Yellow sprtoes street. IS'' TATANTEII-Horw A Kood work horse. alioiit I? l.Uti or 1.3m weight. Sound and true lo ork. sintle.ir double...

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. — 25 May 1887

IIUWPH1)1 ill ill "i -- -'--- w i&gP)''J!WWl'W)iffiliWi, mut iMSswtsawatas SS3mssM&am.rmki I jjrittfifMa IWltt MtpMit pringfiia grpublit Knjoys the largest advertising patronage of any newspa per hi Centra! Ohio. Jimtiflficld gfputiUr. "irpsT o to wiVertise In tlie 'Ite jiuli if' better th any paper in tliei It). We know It dven." VOL. XXXIII NO. i3- SPRINGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY EVEN I Mi. L V 2:, 1KK7. PRICE TWO CENTS. E3B MM vftTI' I t 1 V?aP itSSf SECOND EDITION, i. I unary irmiTiatuir. Sl'RlN'CUTF.l.I), O., ) May 34, 1SS7. j BOQMISH! For the When this has been about as lively a spring as was sprung at any time since the first one. We have cer tainly had our share of the boom. As was said when the man died and an acquaint ance asked of what complaint lie died "no complaint; everybody is satisfied." We are satisfied, at least, and if you are not, it is perhaps be cause you are not properly dressed (or this season, but arc; wearing your clothes. Don't old winter do it nne . 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. — 25 May 1887

llp- S--MSfc i.-sa;Ee35,jBa?5&stoi. -re a -.32 ' JC-ST S&lr . --xkjL JoibiH&igvgF REPUBLIC. raDSKS-DAT EVEKUTG, MAY 2S 18S7. takMMiAlilMMM atfS5biKMMU BOOTS. SHOES ANO SUPPERS RETAILEO AT WHOLESALE PRICES ! A SAVING OF 10 TO 15 PER CENT. ON EVERY PAIR, AT THE ARCADE SHOE STORE. w if I Ell m EBfe tv r m iSS 1 CEMENT! PLASTER, D l rl Plau BriCK anQ wiay, Hair, Fire Chimney Pipe, SEWER PIPE AMI FITTI3STC3-S. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION GOALANDIGECO. !: South Limes-tono St. Kl.t.I... President M. M ill 1X1KS, fee Trea U 0iH's Manager jprutgficul Republic EVE.V1MJ AMI WEEKLY. The Bt ITBLIC prliw lhew Tori- d Wfs tr AMwlmte.l l'rr m.ptrhrd th Kf fi" tmblHForl(tB)Ilriii. C. M. MCIIOLA, mKHKT. .. l. IIKOWN, ic'riM)i 5FB1IGFIEID P116LISHIHS C0MPA8Y. Publishers and Proprietors. THE ETfMSfi KKrUHtIC It published every eTcnlneexcert Minday. and Is itlr ered at tae rate ot inc. per iveek. Single copies 2e. TUB WrBkIA KU'l'lttlCIs publishes erenThutsJiy and li one of the mos...

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