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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 29 January 1887

j"" i i pxm0t Uf Jtemg fUwttMfr. THE EVENING REPUBLIC, THE LARGEST CIRCULATION II EST AUVEKTISIXfJ MEDIUM IN THE EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL OISTRICT. 3 -ONLY TEN CENTS PER WEEK. VOL. XXXIII NO. 25. SPKIjSGFIEUD, O., SATURDAY EVEINLM. .lAM'ARV J', j- PRICE TWO CENTS. ft '.-l Ls, r i w 'it 5 WEATHER FACTS. P Waihioto. Jan. . Ohio: jSllKh tl j colder, westerly lndt lair wcataer. Springfield, O., ) January 29, 1887. J :-$, - 7 OWEN BROS., Manufacturers of Clothing and Jobbers of Furnishing Goods and Hats, at Utica, N. Y. Retail Branches: Springfield, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Fort Wayne, Bloom ington, Peoria, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Columbus, Ind., Greencastle, Danville, Flint, Kansas City, Sioux City, Lockport. Utica, Rome, Roch ester, Little Falls, Syracuse, Norwich, Des Moines. Any article of Men's, Boys', Youths' or Children's wearing apparel bought from this mammoth manufacturing firm guaranteed to be 25 per cent, below any competition in price or money cheerfully refunded. T WHEN BRANCH,...

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 January 1887

j30lwWHi'KiStfMMfcfagwMtfci . rrsf'WWgS - .lASWSi-! REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEimTG JAffTTAJtY " 29. 1887. i jS5 I me r RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOR. Stray Leaves From the Diary of a Mid winter Week. Tlie New rotortcr Prospective lliiiue. Properly Which V III be the lluiiie Street! at the Future? A New Code of Weather sciinl - lrnnntlc Hooon Achieved by a 'Mem. ber of the Star ami Cres- cent soelety I'Iowiiib laHniiM.-TlipNrw Colore! Hand Miscellaneous Note. Considerable grading, I' oee ''me " the "jail lot," corner High and Spring, to prepare It for the gov ernment buildings V prominent real estate dealer said the other dav: "When the gov eminent builillnc and cit) buildings are erected the business of the city will be concentrated In the squares bounded by Main. Spring, Washington and Center street. There will be some tor tunes made In real estate on Spring street. on East lllgh street, between Limestone and Spring streets, and West High, be tween Market and Center streets, on Wah Ington street...

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 January 1887

v mtfW r HBf REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING JANUBY :... 1SR1 fe v? AS A SUNBEAM DRAWS THE DEW II U the petals of the ran Trembling dewdrops liMe apart. Till the inormuc kcoq discloses Sunbeams mirrored in each heart . Till each heart is warmed mod lightened And it' .phere of action helglitei.-d; Ah. the heart of heartsdolh woo An a sunt a til draw a the dew Thou, my sunbeam, warming, gleaming t Art the someone of ray heart: With thy lieav'n alluring beaming Blessing uf thy Joy impart ' Tothy somewhere heaven take m; What thou hojiest of me make rue: lso: my hand and heart are thine; li my heart, too. thou art mine. !. L. Wilson in The Current BILL NYE. Mysteries of a Laboratory In the North Carolina Mountains, Asuevillk, X. C, Jan. 13. Last week I went out into tbo mountains for the purpose of securing a holly tree with red berries on it for Yuletid. I had noticed in all my pictures of Christinas fitivitioa in England that the holly, with cranliem'e on it, consti tuted the Kick ground o...

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 January 1887

!3i&&Si 1 -VjJ "tV.jCvT j - .tr-i: -via pr RHHIW SKTSEEEsshb RiSHiPas KKSHB - . H J . ...HJ- l rgr-y .w" - REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEsTSG. JANUARY 29 1887. Mai l5 ft 1IV J COAL CHAMPION CUD ICE CO. bucrnxtorm to C C. TR)lur 4 "wit, K S. KKI.1,1, M. M. I1MH5KS, President St-c.Treas. II VOllES. Manaser. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. SULK AGENTS OB SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON BROS.' AXD CHAMPiOH JACKSON. NO BETTER JACKSON THAN OUBS VJJTlIliACITE. WOOD AND KINDLING. We keep a full line ol all brands" Cement, Piaster, Hair, Fire Ilrlct and Clay, Chimnejand Sencr Pipe. pringfiiiil JtqiuWit ETEMXU AMI WEEKLY. Ik BErCBLIC priati thrnt lorli nd Wf tfrn Annoriatril I'rui BIptcM the K-tr CaM ( Off Ign) Trlf irira. C. 31 MC110LS. TIIOs. O IIKOW, SPHINGFIELD PUBLISHING GDHWT. Publishers and Proprietors. THE EVENIMS llEI'l'IILIC Is published TerrevenincMpt Sunday, and Is drliv en?d at the rate ol JOe per ec-k. Single copies 2c THE EEKLT IIEPU1II IC Is published every 1 hursday. and Is one ol the most com ...

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. — 29 January 1887

R Ki I 5''' . A . v-si KEPFBLTO, SATURDAY EVENING JAXFAHY 2f. 17. SPECIAL CASH BOOT! SHOE SALE! FOTt THIRTY ID.A."2S TO E.E3DTJOE STOCK IBIEIFOIRJE HsrTOIOIlfTC3-. COMMENCING MONDAY, JANUARY 3, Prices on Every Article in Store Marked Down, Bargains now to Every One who Calls, and are, in part, as follows Our home, hand-made Farmers' Kin Boots, reduced from. Ladies' Goat, Flexible Sole, Button, reduced from $2 to - - - $1.50 . j . , . , . $4.50, now $3.50 per pair. Gents' Calf Boots, calf backs, reduced to $2 and $2.50 a pair. Ladies' Kid, Flexible Sole, Button, reduced from $2 to $1.50., EACH OF THE ABOVE HAS OVERLAY SEAMS AND SHORT VAMPS. Gents', Ladies' and Misses' Embroidered Slippers, Gents' Button, Congress and Lace Shoes, reduced from.$2.25 to 50c to $1 per pair. $1.65. Gents' Waukenphast, Lace and Congress, reduced from $3.75 to $2.75. Boys', Misses', Children's and In fant's Shoes iiscounted in Proportionate Prices. This sale at present prices is for spot cash, and on all ou...

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. — 29 January 1887

REPUBLIC, SA.TURDAT KVKMMi JJOJ-f JlBT -9. 1887. m ji V w J "IMITATIO CHRISTV' .Jl. olltary monk within liU celt Mbow walls dkl malt nn i-Jaml of hi Ufa, BjiroundtM b tlw w tnof war aril strife. Ilti hours oUlk'Di t the convent bell Util the craw h.il c..hI ujKn hU cvriw. A life soclu (il frttm iIh haunts of men; A soul that f mini an .tt toikv, by tho pen. For 1kik.- ami noitow, j j awl ul remcr?. A soul that long. J for i-unty. that taught Han's duty -.nMo lat tlmrn prul- anil sin. To conquer us.nn. to Li-i all white w ithiu. And shun a w urM v. it h lark an.1 evil fraught. Agra have past, y vt etilL nrald the strife. It heard the muste of trial far off l.fr William H A Aran WIIKELsTx WASHINGTON. BICYCLISTS AND THEIR CLUBS AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. lion the Iron Steed urct M:ile to 1o Service for the llulrher, the linker and the Camlleotltk Maker A Wheel on tile l'urapel. f :ei-lal cunvfl.milrnce.1 Vasiiinotox, Jail. '.'(.The irinv vvbo ran In- frjwvial car on rails of glass and v....

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. — 29 January 1887

rapl-f .- ..-V-'- "-, -s . i- ;- ffiW&.;-J - '--" "KH"W!' EEPTJBUO, SATURDAY EYEKCyG JA3?U.AJtY 20, 1887. a. ,pi- PARTNERSHIP. Old Joslah Flegg was by no means ten derly attached to liia nephew Jack The fact was that, as the sole trustee and ex ecutor of his late brother's will, Joslah Lad been accustomed for many years to bully the lad's widowed mother, and had rendered the poor Iadj 's life a burden to lier by tjrannous interference and un called for criticism. Hut when Jack Flegg, who was the widow' eldest son, became old enough to realize the position o.' affairs, lie manifested a delimit and wmiewhat rebellious spirit toward his uncle, and championed his mother with more zeal, perhaps, than discretion. The result was that in course of time old Jo siah discovered that his ascendency over his sister-in-law had ceased, that his nephews and nieces would not brook his Interference or listen to his lectures, aid that, though welcomed with lespect in lii late brother's house, he w...

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. — 29 January 1887

M-P. ! REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVES12TG JANUARY 29, 1887. i .A t Free Library ! The follow list of Imoks free with pound cans of Canb's famous SILVER STU BAKING POWDER. Fifty cents onlj for j our choice of a SI book and a pound of the bet Baking Pow der made. Come earl), bu quick. The following is the list: Longfellow's Poem. Scott's Vaveriy l.anhop. Kit Carson and Fremont's Ad Yfntures. Robinson Crusoe Pilgrim's Progress. jane tyre, ana outers. i These books are riven to advertise -Silver Star Baking l'owderaiidareabxilutei) free. ' . 1 I. Tr .. ( I In VXl dM'VjdOC 1 VaV BARGAIN STORES. 1 ud Wmi 91ln St. ami 40 South Mar. krt St., Sprl nRHelil, II. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED flrocervmen. tinners, or any per on wishing to engage In a legitimate. proS table business, to call and nee the Clarke Wonder Flour llln on exhibition at Charles U Pavnter's (fare. Vn III Stinth Xlarket street- The bin has a sieve attached Call on Morris Long at the Lagouda house -Mm ' WTlVTPn C.la.Ma.. ,a..H n...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 January 1887

ilSswtfftfrmtaii THE LARGEST G1HGULAT10N BEST ADVF.UTISIXU MEDIUM IN THE EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL QISTBIGT. PRICE TWO CENTS. TEN CENTS PER WEEK SPRINGFIELD, 0., MONDAY EVEN IXC -JANUARYS, inn". VOL. XXXIII NO. 25. - ----- "- ..-v.- tiiiirinmiim.irM"Ttlll itattiw. MmX 0Ur iy w vvcVab J?A Jw ym sr smr MBBtllW w v ?vW u i . hSry n. fc- WEATHER FACTS. E Wuhikoto. Jan. 31. Ohio. Nortln"terlT wlnrts, no. becoming sllsbtlr warmer. Springfield, 0., January 29, 18S7. J OWEN BROS., Manufacturers of Clothing and Jobbers of Furnishing Goods and Hats, at Utica, N. Y. Retail Branches: Springfield, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Fort Wayne, Bloom ington, Peoria, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Columbus, Ind., Greencastle, Danville, Flint, Kansas City, Sioux City, Lockport, Utica, Rome, Roch ester, Little Falls, Syracuse, Norwich, Des Moines. Any article of Men's, Boys', Youths' or Children's wearing apparel bought from this mammoth manufacturing firm guaranteed to be 25 per cent, below any competition in price or m...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 31 January 1887

9HUi 1. MlfHWllQIimi nnwryirmTT.''-,ir- itniad-yTagrttSi . i i inn wm tnm"woaamtm m t3M&?4 REPUBLTr, MONDAY EYEXDsG, J VMT VRY 31 1RR7. &TkVtjt(iM6iS i naMMBanr- riffitir W""WM!apiWH-rr. SSBwSUlBBMMItBSE . ,3 j! 1 1 i&" lt .-i --i Jfti "' "41 J "v J . Hi ft r K COAL CHAMPION HUIIO. SucceMora to C. C Taylor & Sn( , ki:i.i., rre.i5ent II. VOOKS. 31. 31. llKIHIEH, Sec. Treaa. Maner 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. soli: agents for SUNDAY CREEK, JOUNSOX BUOS.' AD CHAMPION JACKSON. NQ BETTER JACKSON THAN OURS AJS'TIIKA-CTriC, WOOD AND KINDLING. A GOOD SELECT10S. The promptness and unanimity witb which Mr. J. S. Mile, was chosen chairman of the Clark Count Republican Central Committee on Satunlaj last, wen slgnlfi cant and pruphetic Mr. Miles a nomi nated bj Mr. K. K. Haard. -Mr. J Christie Holloua) seconded the motion and the ote on the motion vv as unanimous and kearty. This means we hope that wo are to ha e harmony and cheerful and pen eral co-operation in the republican lurtj in...

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 January 1887

,a.asWvc.'rTr'-r'-i-i -"A wgaaTSte. -',Sg-inMilWWMffll''-llii i f-!kaieK6WS'il9 REPUBLIC, MONDAY EVEKPsTG JASiTJAKY 31. 1RR7 BARGAINS! BARGAINS ! $30,000. In Boots, Shoes and Rubbers at prices below anything ever offered in Springfield. All new goods, at SCOWDEN'S ONE PRICE ARCADE SHOE HOUSE. AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, r-trJrfUARY I, "87. TJSE LAUGHING HIT, A 1UG BAJBY, BY CHAS. H. HQYT, Author ni ' Tin s i.inr. " ISunr h of Kf" .ilnl ' Hi. it- II, the Imilillll." . Frank Daniels, TiEMmTnimiuis llt'jtlctt- with n,' imiMc. nrw scenery awl siiie.pl!mii.: situations. )li Sport, Tn J.i. V.inis, the Hint' Innocents the Tl.r f T n iblcs. tlw Sc.nliiMnii. Handsome, the lioinel.ost tlog alne: ail the favorites will be then. "Let Me Grasp the Hand That Grasped Sullivan's." "Grab it Quick." Triers. 75. .10 am! "JSc. Seats now on sale at llnrris's e.gar store. RAILROAD TIME CARD. CI'v.land, Columbti, Clticlunntt uct Indianapolis Itnllwiiy. 0010 XAST. 8 XUat Express 'l.TO am 12 New ...

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 January 1887

jPJPPQffffPJpmpMIVVlVw IU J,U4J,ijwjiwi i'7 't ' ' iji 'HBHB. TrVilT 3U?Tj7jF1i'-Jl- .acs BWMrml 1,n II i. I II II t IWM I.W .1 M hiiiidjulj V. - REPUBLTO, MONDAY EVENING JAINTJAJtY 31, 1887. fejK - ii i IX Hfe. 'Si Is. ' II ik: Free Library ! The follow list of books free with pound cans of Canby's famous SILVER STAR BAKING POWDER. Fifty cents only for j out choice of n SI book and a pound of the best llaktug Pow der made. Come early, buv Hulck. The following Is the list: Longfellow's Poems. Scott's WaTerly Ivanhop. Kit Carson and Fremont's Ad Tenturfg. Robinson Crusoe. Pilgrim's Progress. Jane Eyre, and other. These books are given to advertise Silver star Making rowder and are absolutely free. BARGAIN STORES, SI and 93 Veat Slain St. and 40 South Mar ket St., hprlna-fleld, O. HERE! AdvanceStyles Spring Hats. HATTER AND FURNISHER, NO. 5 EiST MUX STREET1. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. TTTAJiTED Grocerymen. tinners, or any Per il son wishing to engage In a legitimate, profitable business...

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 February 1887

(HJ1MW1'IL ; '. I - s- V .V'rC " -.TO, . m'i t-jagj'ii5awiawwfwwiwi ; Vyji ir. -IIH.M" (iin; '.-v s Hqntfrlit THE LARGEST GiULHTIfll BEST ADVEBTISIXB MEDIUM IN THE EIGHTH C0HGBES5IDXJL DISTB1CT. THE EVENING REPUBLIC, TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPKEKGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 1, 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 27. x&aj3JMiO&liMrt)tjLfiiitMi' t mi nu '- ppvm$fkm WEATHER FACTS. PTashiiijtok. Fob 1. Ohio: Srosrtollosedbyfa rueather, suitouary followed by higher temperature. Springfield, O., January 20, iSS , OWEN BROS., Manufacturers of Clothing and Jobbers of Furnishing Goods and Hats, ,at Utica, N. Y. Retail Branches: Springfield, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Fort Wayne, Bloom ington, Peoria, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Columbus, Ind., Greencastle, Danville, Flint. Kansas City, Sioux City, Lockport, Utica, Rome, Roch ester, Little Falls, Syracuse, Norwich, Des Moines. Any article of Men's, Boys', Youths' or Children's wearing apparel bought from this mammoth manufacturing fi...

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 February 1887

&La& j3BB3iraBaegsaea'JMaaawTrjt5-r :la. "j- .- -lj:... j--... .. .. . v .ilBHbaKKaiaaMaMaMKdlE2ataSESc9KMnaHa IMPIW WftfdMt.1. ii H.1U Wtofft- as-fflfgKaa'iety y -ywiwceSSSSMe ww-bibssww -?:. c , rS&.- j" REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1 1887. ifcaK- .ss m -. - -i ..t.-JSK-.---'ftlt .51 if wi " -" '.3 - v l- ??! ,rr"-s?j L1 2 m -si a II. - . . ;J pringtirttl JUuuMit EYEXIXQ AXD WEEKLY. Tk KErCBLIC prtt thrw Tork nd Wm trlwociatdPreMllpatthtaiiiUe Kiater Ckl(FortIs)TfUiri. C. M. NICHOLS. thus, g. imcnvx, Bir'llMITKH. SPfilNGFlELD PUBLISHING GQMPAHY. Publisher and Proprietors. IltB EVENING REI'ITULIO U published - ereir erenlne except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate ol 10c per week. Single 5 copies 2c. IDE WEEKLY RKPUIIt-IC ll published eterr Thursday, and Is one of the motcom plete family newspapers In the country: elKht paces, markets complete. Replete with news and miscellany. 11 per year, Inrarlably cash In advance. All communications and contributions Shou...

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 February 1887

HMMCKNKMtV&M vw 2? .-rJgSWC9 SS-TSiT"-- - --I ?-SWWi .-;og'gTT-vag, t M REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EYEJsTjSTG FEBEUAEY 1. 1887, AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY. FEBRUARY I, '87. THE LAUGHING HIT, , A RAG BABY,; BY CHAS. H. HOYT, Author of "A Tin Soldier.' "A Bunch of Keys" and "A Hole In the Ground." Frank Daniels, Ah "OLD SPOKT." ' TBEFIIBESI-lrTIIIIfUIS IlejJete with new music, new scenery j and side-splitting situations. Old Snort, . Tony Jay, Venus, the Three Innocents, ' the Three Terrible, the Scioolinann, Handsome, the homeliest dog alive; all i the favorites wilt be there. ! "r.ef Wa Orasn th TTanrl That Grained cn: . " "nl, if nnioV Sullivan's." Grab it Quick, Trices. 75, 50 and 25c Seats now on sale at II arris's cigar store. GRAND OPERA HOUSE FITLI.ER Tltl'MP, Maniac". FRIDAY AND SATURDAY February 4 and 5, '87. America's Accomplished Actor, Mr. ! Supported by &princllcld'attTe Artiste, ." r-' MISS NETTIE VAN SICKLE And bis Excellent Company, will present Jlxyo and Wi...

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 February 1887

81- REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVEXOrG FEBRUARY 1, 1887. 252 m w i 1 r r i BARGAIN I GANNED GOODS! Table IVaches 1 "i cents per can IS .JO : Tie " I" " " ; Gooseberries 1" " Plums KK lied Cherries 15 " " Ked Kai-pberries 15 " Marrowfat Teas 10 " " ", Lima Beans 10 " Strini;le.s Beans 10 SugarCorn 10 " " ti Tomatoes 10 " rumpkin 10 " " Blackberries 10 " " Boston Baked Beans 15 " " ' All new and freh. At either store. fch$ iaWCo BARGAIN STORES, Cl and 93 Vt Slain St. antt 40 South Mar ket SU, SprlnRlleltl, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try It. Uiou Want a cook. Wast a situation. Want a salesman. Want a tenant Ctrl. Want to rent a store. Want to sell a piano. Want to sell a horse. Want to buy or sell a house. Want a sood boardlnc house. Want to lend or borrow money. Want to buy a second hand carriage. Want to And anything you haye lost. Want to And a strayed orstolen animal. Want to find an owner toraathinc found. o- .! n Hi n AriwertlnAment one day. 15C line week. 50c Each additional line one day 6c; on...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 February 1887

-, --SBMJC E" iwiiWiMi11 mii 'W Tiri'i '' ' i "'it tt',t t"' ' "' IW i THE LARGEST GHllll HKVT AVEKTISI.( MEDIUM II THE EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. iprsnjj -s 3CiyV TEN CENTS PER WEEK. SPRINGFIELD, O., WEDNESDAY K KMM. rEJiUUURY -J, 1- PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 28. - r THE EVENING REPUBLIC, new . - HL aCw ;-e V3i t 'rt. iTa i- a i-iiM WtATHER FACTS. tVABHIIQTO. le'i 1 Ohio Sno f lollow etlbv I airw eather. taiion&ir followed b) hither temperature. SPRINGFIELD, O., January 29, iSS , OWEN BROS., Manufacturers of Clothing and Jobbers of Furnishing Goods and Hats, at Utica, N. Y. Retail Branches: Springfield, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Fort Wayne, Bloom ington, Peoria, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Columbus, Ind., Greencastle, Danville, Flint, Kansas City, Sioux City, Lockport, Utica, Rome, Roch ester, Little Falls, Syracuse, Norwich, Des Moines. Any article of Men's, Boys', Youths' or Children's wearing apparel bought from this mammoth manufacturing firm guaranteed-to be 25 per c...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 February 1887

.S , . ,a . ... , agj&gs&igis .i. .tfrMttrfrriW i 1 1 il f "ff " &tn' 'tSS,ajs3Kni. Sk$&s3BMs&& iff.- COAL CHAMPION MJIIO. huccensors to C. C. Tajlor Son, K. S. K1M.1.Y. SI. SI. IIEl)OK!l, President. SecTreas. II. VOUES. Manager. 93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. soli: agents run SUNDAY CREEK, JOHNSON BROS.' A D CHAMPION JACKSON. HO BETTER JACKSQNTHftN OURS VNTI I K-.VC ITE, WOOD AND KINDLING. We W a full line ol all brands o' Cement, lla er, Hair, Fire llrlck and Clay, Chimney nd Sewer Pipe. Springfield gqiuMU EVEXIXU A'l WEEKLY. The RErCBLIC prlata Ike Sew York ul TTra tera Associated Frew, niapatcneeand Ike Heater Cable (Forrle)Tele crams. C. SI. NICHOLS. TlIOs. O. IIIIOWX, rUCSIDENT. SK'IIMJIKIS SPBIKGFiELQ PUBL1SHIH6 GDMPA1Y. Publishers and Proprietors. inK EVENING KErUHMC Is published every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at the rate oJ 10c, per week. Single copies Ic. THE WEEKLY HEI'CIILIC It published every Thursday, and Is one ol the most com plete fam...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 February 1887

$1.60. We want you to call in and sea our $1.60 fine Button Congress and Balmoral for Men, and our $1.90 for Men and Ladies. They cannot be equaled for the money. STARKE? & SCOWDEXT, - KELLY'S ARCADE. Ii- 1 3 H ;x is m R - AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE Ft'LLER TUUMP, Manmgrr. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY February 4 and 5, '87. America! Accomplished Actor, Mr. FRANK MAYO, Supported by Springfield. f alive Artiste. ' MISS NETTIE M SICKLE And bis Excellent Company, will present Mayo and Wilson' beautiful roman tic pUi tn Ore acts, entitled. NORDECK! Pronounced by the press and public every where to be the Best Play of the Day. -Pricet,75.S0andiBc. Seats now on sale at Harris's clear store. RAILBOAD TIME CAED. Cleveland, Colnmbne, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railway. ooreo bast. S Right r ,i ii I1 am 12 New York Boston Kxpress9.35 am x laevetana jc aastern p-yppy.. 3.40 pm 4 Kew York Limited Kxpress- 9.45 pm eonrs south. 9 Night Express 2.25am -&&Sam Z7 Bug, Cln. A We. Ex.. I Cln. Fl...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 2 February 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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