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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 4 August 1887

2Kr"A...C39i:7C5' -sw --PSSS Kl - m3 P? r-5-s - ?;j 'fw.:sh: iTjg ,,' - - W f jZ? -cccn x--'gS &ids.;i .'-tSJ -CPgJMl!'"''W t-'CI M weyMi aito' fpiiMir. Springfield Republic wailyTmmveeklv. NI.Y TEN OKSTS PER WEEK. (Tbe IiEri'iiLic in tbe oldest apd best news- Tin- Um-ciii.k has lhe largest and most paier, and the leading public journal of the Elglrth Congressional District. PRICE TWO CENTS. general circulation in aprioarueiu or the Eighth Congressional District VOL. XXXIII NO. i S3. SPKLNTGFIEUD, O., THURSDAY EVENING. ATOTST 1, 1887. g&&&23&&?& npfiew IV 1 1 iH WEATHE3 FACTS. "4 i W.aiaTO. Aug. 4 -Ohto-T M Katrwcattierlnsoutrienipor safari m, timi. local rains In northern """ Iportlou: Keaerally cueler. I Springfield, O., ) Aug. 4, 1887. J DON'T CLOSE YOUR m -TO- FACTS I Cjo to. tne when lor y;our Clothing ready made or made or made to measure ; also for your Furnishing Goods and 1 lats, where you buy direct from the manufacturers and save the middleman'...

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. — 4 August 1887

mmmmmmmmm: " "."sSC'SS .. ftKPtXBLTC1. TTItinsPAi' ..EVKSrlyt.. ACGOT 4, 1887, ninrrntiiMrn KIRKS WHITE BiissiaN "ilie only traml of Laundry foap nuanltsl a first class nietlal at tlio New Ord-ans Kxi.s.tlon. Gnaran ttvil nlilutaI)' nm ami for general ItoUM'huld jurjK.-s U the vctybes SOAR Springfield Republic EVEXINH M WEEKLT; Ikr UKPI Hl.lt pnal. tkrSnIork lid Wr ti aurariatal Pis- Ui'palrl.Maad tk Utattr Uatlf lFrlf)Tlnrm. V. M. NICHOLS. ratdlDE&T. THOS. (1. HltOWK, HO'fiJIDTKKiB. sniKFIEU PUBLlSHIMe CCMPA1T, Publishers and Proprietors. THB IVCMNU KKITHLIO It pabllJbed every evrr.tn e i-ept SuDday, ana 19 dellv e red at tut- rate u Us:, per week. Single coplcnic. TMK WfcKKl.Y KKI'UIII.IC It publlabed even Thursday, and If one ot toe molt com pltle tanllT newspapers In Ibe country, eight paices, markets complete. KepieU wtta news and miscellany- 11 Per rear, InTarlabll easb In advance. All rommunlcattona and contributions should be addressed to Clii-tos M. SiCHoLe. edttor.auda...

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. — 4 August 1887

-v 5' M'INVnIIim KEPTTBLTC, TIKTRSDATEVEK1N0 AITHT 1 1887. &.tt hJ:- AKlH6 POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlspod?rrieerTarles. A marrel of pur rlty. strength mod sbolesomenrss. More eco nomical than theordinarr kind, and cannot tw sold In competition wttntne multitude ol low test, thort weight, alum or phosphate Kwders bold only tn cant Kut.l Biua i.fti.,lll street. New or Why You Feel Bo weak and exhaustetl Is tiecmne your Mood u impure. Ai writ exprtt the sauitarj condition of a cit to te jer IWt with defile, water aiul defective sewerage, as to exett sulU a compli cated piet-e nf meihunUm jm the human frum to Ik hi ovhI onler with impute Lhod circulating eeu to its minutest ein Do oa know that eer drop of 3 our two or three jpiUoin of lhxl pave through the heart anil lung iu about two and a half minutes, and that. on lu way. It makes bona and totiaUe, brain and mre, and ail other Mthds and fluids of. the body? The blood is the great nourUher, or, aa the ISlbla terms it, "The Life 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. — 4 August 1887

BBKBEyY".Vh'" f nBSSB3BjWSjH3ffnlEiHllwi?n'B5r' 'Bnff"-"'Jtfts6pST 5"? . 7! pXtn1!1 iynSir''ff 'i? ., , . jt , ., . t 11 n umiMiiBhi --- O-w, bi 53 a .?' .. T, V HEPUBLTO, THUH-sua EVENING, Ali.UsT 4 i88T. iv-ra c "WE SELL Star Cracker, 5c per peaad. Sugar, Cheapest ia the City. (Jo Wen Rio CoftV, 25c a' poaad. Flour at Mill Prices. Good Ground Coffee, 20c a lb. Picnic and Excursion Goods. Vinegar, only 15c per gallon. Pickles, oc per doiea. Fruits and Melons Daily. At Either Store. toPfjp& ARBAIN STORES, 1 and S rt 51 ada St. avast Baath Mar. ket St.tSprlacflldt O. All ki. r.SkirU .VMAj-mmit ud M-tie to Or4er. BattoB Trices. UAj. 1 be Shirt Xiker u J In'j FarnUbcr, So. 5 Eut Mali Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. rill AUVKBTISHIO. AS AND AFTER Today the Springfield V DaltY BarOBUCWUI insert sucn "mam m. -W-nta" -Last." "For Heat." "For Sale,' etc.. In toll oolann one time tree, three times for twenty-five cents, and Usttmes for fifty cents. TUEbPKlMUriKLUi'UH.VV. MsySJ. ISS7. WANTED. TJ...

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. — 5 August 1887

ggs' V-iS SS3XS&i&sa4S&$&VHXuiL iiWMh JPpringfifld gcpulilfc DAILY AMI WEEKI V. Springfield jfpttMU IIM.T TE I'KNTS I'KK WEEK. T!iP Kefi'M IC i the oldest anil best news The t.n'ini.ie- has the lan:ist and most paper, anil thelcading jmbhc jnurnil of the Fiitlith Coimre-ssional District. PRICE TWO CENTS. general circulation in isprlnKtield or tin- l.uhlh CouKressional IMstnct. VOL. XXXIII NO. kSj SPRINGFIELD, O., FRIDAY EVENING, AlT(JLVr .'. 1887. jimtt$fMfr mth fkpMtc. WEATHER FACTS. P WimlioTfll. Alls 1 -Ohio T r air weitlier In southern nor linn local rains In in.rtlieru lKrthu ueiterallv cooler Spkinrf r.FIELl), O., ) Aug. 5. 18S7. J THE SHIRT! ASTOFASHION-Shirtsare not worn as lung now as in winter ; it's so hot, you know. AS TO STYLE There are two grand divisions, night shirts and day shirts. AS TO KINDS There are undershirts and overshirts. AS TO STUFF There are woolens, cottons and linens. AS TO MAKE-UP There are good and bad. OUR KIND Good. PRICE Always 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. — 5 August 1887

jf mflfiPS&jjM rsifi-Tl-y -&, KIRKS WHITE The only brawl of Lattnilry Soap avvanUsl a first class uieilal at Uia New Orleans Kxptuillou. (iiuraii tiv.1 absolutely intre. ami for gvrur.il Ilous.llolil liuriis'3 is UH7 vi wa iajtitmLi'WKKL' pringnrlti$rtbUfc l k Kt.rrBLll' prlatl tkeSe Tira a. Wf. t. Amoitr4 Trrx Ilf.ritrMaal tkt Htater V. M. NICHOLS, THUS. (1. IIHOWN, rKKfllUKT. BCO'TANDTMBlft- SPIlUFIELD FU6L15HIKG COHPUT, Publishers and Proprietors. THK EVKN1NIJ KKITIILIO- la puMIlheS errr-filli r-r)'t SundaT. and ts flcl!--isl at in. rxt I Hsr. Pr week. Slnilf copies :. THK WKKK1.T Ktr:l.1Hl.lU li publllhM eer, Thursday, and Is onf o the mojteom lilrte lunillT ueTtspawrs In the country: elaht pmtf. markets complete. Rapiete tth news aud mtsfeliauf. II per Tear. liivarlatilT caib In advance. All communications and coutrttiutlou- liuuU be addrvssrd to Oiikti -M Nich.ii editor, and all business letter to Tmima U. ttau.s. manager. ltKITKLIC BllUHXG, SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. Telephon...

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. — 5 August 1887

- -, A &&& EEPTTBLTC, FRTDAY ETEyiyfl AT'OrST r, 1887. ?, Is en S!i ' : POWDER Absolutely Pure. TtalitHiuder never Tariea. A ai.irrfl oTpur rtty. treiu.tti and Kholetomenrtt More eeo- ooraical tnai) the ontlnart kind, and rannol be sold lu competition with tlie multitude of low test, unort wricrit. alu IHiMdrni sold only In cans alum or phntubate if'v.-iVJlL B""u rlilnCo Ilk. l U itreet Why You Feel So weak and exhausted is because your blood is impure A well exptct th military ooiulituni of a it to lie por feet with derlled water and defectio aewerage, as to exiiect such a compli cated piece of inecliaiiiMn as the human frame to lie in good order with impure blood circulating een to it minutest eins lo you know that eve"ry drop of our two or thrie gallons of Wood pause tlirough the hi art ami lungs m about two and a half 111111111114 and that, on in wa,it nukes biine and muscle, brain and uere. auii all olber &olids and rluiJi of thu bod ? The blotsl u tho great uou...

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. — 5 August 1887

"' ' n r-iT i miii. urn i, H .wua .-..., uii' mux REPtTBLTC, FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST .-. 1887. fv SELL Star Cracker--, 5e per pound. Sugar, Cheapest in the City, (.olden Uio Cofle, '25c a pound. Flour at Mill Prices. Good Ground Coffee, 20c a lb. Picnic and Excursion Goods. Vinegar, only 1.1c per gallon. Pickles, oc per dozen. Fruits and Melons Daily. At Kitlier Store. kh iWC BARGAIN STOKES. 1 svskI 3 WxtMala fit. ud 40 South r. ket SU, "prlnIJld, O. All kind of S.lrU Ksadjr-mUe and Hade to Order. Bottom Price. Ike Skirt Maker ad .' FarnUher, Ho. HEutlili Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FaUU. ADVERTISING. OS AND AFTER Todar tae Springfield DiliT Rxrcsuc will Insert sujh'ads" aa "Wants." "Lost." "For Kent." "For Sale." etc la this volutin on time free, three time for twenty Are cents, and six times fprMtf eenta inftarnifluriftwruo.vw, MayS. 1887. WANTED TTriVTFn l-OHi) lade asrenta wanted at once, W Nov article (or ladle! only. oo ran make $ a day- Mrs. H. F Little, Chicago. 111. ITTAXTED Pa...

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. — 6 August 1887

iWtHMEWMA-v- &cpnhm. 1 Uljtf wiUIH' Springfield Republic IIAIL1 AMMtEEKLT. JFprtnflfUlit grpublit DNU TEN TENTS PEB WEEK. The l.'n-innc has the laret and most K n -ral circulation in Springfield or The Kfim m ic is the oldest and best news- pajH-r. and the leading public Journal of the highlit Congressional District tlif r Ighth Congressional iMsmci SPBDSTGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING, AUOrsTJ!. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 184. f$pvmufxm mm WEATHER FACTS. Wmmtoi. Aim 6 Ohio teuerlly falrwiather coo er for MinJay sUUouary tern perature J Springfield, O., Aug. 6, 1887. WEATHER WISE. In the great advance which the art of clothing has made in the last few years, some things are more striking than others ; one of the most strik ing is the general fit and set ol ready-made clothes. THEY TJR-A.FE. Time was when a ready made suit did not fit some peo ple much better than a shirt fits a clothes-line when hung upon it. But now so much study, care and ingenuity have been devoted ...

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. — 6 August 1887

(3eJ-e"'j)JIeVl &J REPTTBUIO, SATDTIDAY EVENING AUGUST G 1887. muss MjanMkm, Allan Qnatermain By II. l.IlUIK ILUaUKl). f 4rraoit of kixn Huiin a ur, "hhk," JKs, THk. IT. H HUIi T lNTilOlU'tTIOV Iitcmi nt 3:1 I ha jut !urie,l my Ik m Mr huulim Uit, of whom 1 was inni I, ami uif heart i bioLui. It fiy liinl, hawii onh ouem, to Itw bin. thu, but (Jt,l t. will bedoiM Who am 1 tliat I -linul 1 ctdnpliiuf The mit wheel if ftte ii1N m liLi a .JiiRRr uaut, mill ctusJi us all in turn, muiih Mion, ome late, it ill-, not matter when m tht ikl it onMifs ui alt We dim t intrnt urseKes lt?foiv it liLw tin jvvm Imlitn-, we Hy hither aid thither we tt for iiuiyj, but it it of no iw, the biitiil 1.1 uk fit tbuiiilerson, and m IN seaou rttlu--. u to Ktwder. "Poor Harrj toososooii' jut when hi life wacjM?mii to him He w.i 1 m mi wll at the h pital, he had pusd lu sl examination wuh honors, and 1 was proud of them, much ptouder than he wa. I think. And then he inut ueeds go to that Minllimx hoepita...

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. — 6 August 1887

REPUBIJO, PATUnPATEVEyiXGiAUGUST fi iflflT. WHVf ' lit- pulKI a I ranch of liaxtrl down, ijf A n J VtKstsi n it ere h let it go. P Txs vtry ; i d:j 0,4 frown; "sr Wiiy did my lot-rtrrmtle o W h w a be si)ut as iv ut, llm.l fatt 1:1 Uai.J, tbxrirn wood !hrou?tif 1 Liu b- Um-J me. Luew Lt nu-ant I-avc'Kqutiou I waaailrm, too. I o not !ud timt lo ask him y rt. Twa. Uu a rnoniLt tliat my heart I Wiit araiuvt U, just now ; m uitt At tnotbt-rV cale to LUs aud Hart. .MILKS AM) ill'STWCS. THtlR WORK AS PACK ANIMALS IN CARLY CALIFORNIA DAYS. A 4'li.itt-r r Itf mliiUt'i-iM-r of lli lm f lit l..Id Milling trmc on ti u rl)i 1. I"ht Hin-liit of l'rl.lit it--r. jSjwfial CmiHndvix' N wtitkkt. Ma.. Aiij;. I My tW joli In the California iiuik- was that uf iff jncfciT ti thf miners in tit Tuohiuinf i That n ilit jtan. alt1! the m.h of j 4' " Tim-- wort villi pi!. IjiU.iviV j !v $4 jt-r day. A carntr t TV Am iua:i who ohiU1 Kin- a tiounl 111 two -ultV, limiMlf n .-ar,vnter. I jia'kttl my lif, already ...

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. — 6 August 1887

REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 0. 1887. J$Si KIRK'S WHITE "the tn.lv le-ind t 1-autnlry Soap nvvaultsl .t I iM this nnil.il at tlui Now OiK-ans r i-itloii. Cuiran ttl al.Iut 1 ii.iiai.l for central luhwluilil purjHis,-, is the iQ bcs SOAR $pringfirlil rpublit EVEXISU AM) WEEKLY. IkeliUM Itl.tCrrl-l. IhrNft. lora " Ina AswUtrd l'r IH-prntrbMaaJ la Unli afclc tl'orrljBlTeletraws. U. H. NICHOLS, mKSIDCST. IIKK. . HKIIWN, MO'T ASDTEHfs spbiigheld publishing gdmpiit, Publishers and Proprietors. THH KVKNIJfH KEITHLIC Is published even.... i.liii eieelit Sunday. &nd ll dellT ered at ttte rate j! loc per week. blniElr Copies ge ntle UCKKLY HKI'l'lll.lO Is published everj Thursday, an I Is one or the most com tilet. fsmllT nensnitners In the country elitht paes. markets complete Kepietc with news and miscellany. II per year, iDTartabli cash In advance. All communication and contribution bould be addressed to Cukton Jl Mchols, editor, and ail business letters to Thomis CI, Ukows. mana...

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. — 6 August 1887

-33ag :" . .- REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEXTNTG AUGUST 0 1887. bAKlM AT THE CIRCUS. "Oabrioiet" Spends an Evening on the Grauity Side of a Blue Circus Seat and Has Lota of Fun. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thli powder nerrYarlM. AmarTelofpur nty, alremctl. and wholesoraeness Mora eco- nOlniCjit tfl&n thnr.llnttt- Lln . AMnnnr twiuldlucimpftitlon with the multitude ol low test. fh.rt U.ht, slum or phosphate r"" outuomyin cans kiiyal uakiho Powdir Co . lev, u Ml t wt. New ork The Reason Why Ayer's litis arc so popular Is. tint wliilo always reliable u a cathartic turtliciue, they never leave any 111 euecta. This is because they are purely vegetable, ami entirely free from calo mel or an other dangerous drug In all caes, therefore, whether the patient lie old or joung, they may he confi dent administered In the Southern and Western States, where derangements of the lit er are so general, Ayer's 11IU have, proved an in estimable blessing. IX Y. Baiue, Xew llerne, T. C, vv rites : " I suffered ...

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. — 6 August 1887

UEPUBLIU. SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 0 1887, 1 q BtJJ riSHERVEN Cftllftoii hihI AWIcMmun Trj It In lirt votilh IUt. I went down to Hay shore the other la to Initiate my friend llirhard Ueightuiaii into tht jojs and aorcpw- s ot hlut-fidiiug, a prac ticed in ihe Or-Lfemth l.a He was disdainful wh-n la saw 1113 tattle my-eigbtou:iv ljeouard, mv frolicsome rvl, my traders, thiTius sundravvu possauur and my daiut IioL 011 ttf 1 wire lit fii 1 it wai ullvrtv line U talL aUut "pi ivmg fUll lile I 1III H tWO iNMllttl llltlvOlV jNittt with three yards tit shark line and tt four iinh book. ail the tbh that Uui hold would content .romplly, without uu) fiilm,: and if there HHnm play log that fish to U done it woul i come tT ut supjer tune with knife and fork and plentv of httttr hm Iw went fishing it was for meat, nnd if any Kggl eved thief in the dt p hlun sj. slolo bis bait with the ide-i tint I to was going to 1 toyed with and coaied tocouie in he hi ull Uud bimsWf mtstakeu rr-"s - '-? 55li. -...

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. — 6 August 1887

?Hftv-.rf-'-r- ' 8S&& -- ' 5-3kT?".7V. ' taiiaij'iMaium-ij.M'aL-n''iti.-iji-iitLj. REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST fi 1887, BALLADE OF ASPHODEL. No h. will thrvad t!w winding y Afar from fcnitl summer Ik-hI. lU-oud the uti hattf .lie di, llrwiml tlf ldjc .f wiuttr lt? Iu thepn-vii tuiliffht, dniih .tt. Of iiplai ltaiVtlirslui1ou-.tIuU, Wlto fHiiiifvhil u fair ntrvat There U-athaud linhnrt om I hey tar, TlielowUihU I ar no yellow wheat; No .hiiu1 .loth rw of mortal fra . Of loniu UtK of iLk-Ls iliat Meat; Nor wfnI tiitrrai jlotlillo nrlar, Norsliri.'Lttli onl tmrtoll-tli Irll, Hut oeiittfhtiHt iIkt pwt Aloit the nitad nf aliiM I would that tin-re m vul might stray, I uouM im pluuitom, fafr an J lie (, 31i;:l't iVrte tlV UirJtii of tin ila , Might Irtnetho murmur of the Ktrvi-t; Nor nith half hvartwl pratr entreat Tli' lialf Uheel ui jrii-; Um ell 1 know the name I shall reeat Along tlie mead of apI.oitft. KWlU Queen Inerme. at le hite feet lu life nt lot I ma) not tell. Wil...

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. — 6 August 1887

5S? &Btt&!0 REFtJBLIO, 8ATimt)AY EVENING. AUGUST 0. 188T. WE SELL Stir Cracker', ." pr r pound. Sugar, Cheapest In (ho City. (Jolden Kio Coll"., J.c a pound. Flour at Mill Prices. Wood Ground CotlVe, "JOc a lb. Picnic and Excursion Goods. 1npgar,onlyl."c per ciillon. PicLIes, oc per di.zen. Fruits and Melons Daily. At Eithr Store. BARGAIN STORES. tl ! 3 WmI Miu si. nil 4 outh Vint ktM.,,'prinsf.fi.ltO. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. rgEE AllM.KriMMi. 0V AND AFTER Todiy the nriPtfleld Dinvr Ktrcanc will Insert such -ids at "Wants." "Lost." 'Tor Kent. "Joroal.' etc In thl9 column one time free, three times for twenty five cents ind six limes for fifty Xnt. TIIE-.rRUNnHF.LD I'UB.CO. Myg. 137- WANTED w WTFll cooIclrl or woman for cook lug- Call at jl Market street la-' WaNTEO-i'arpenters to sell roof melnc bracket for shlrKlliU "O 1' !' '", SHO. New . ork . Its WaMLD ticents an I streetmen New IT e-oods Sell at fairs The Mi: tirolit "K. P. O tioxX:. e a. orki.lt) is a WASTED W hlte girl to do...

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. — 8 August 1887

,:S3&353!SsV3fe: "it it n'rii .IflMMMaMfcai 1 1 fUpMx 1 w" -sumo i rj fpriuofirld Republic bailyImTweeklt. Jpritiflficld jtrpttbHt UNU TEX OEXTS X'ER WEEK. The Hm-iiiiic has the largest anil niol general circulation In Springfield or the Eighth Congressional District. .VOL. XXXIII NO. 1S0. The Hep! rn.li 1 the oldest ami best new. paper, and the h ading public journal of the Eighth Congressional Dislritt- PRICE TWO CENTS. SPRINGFIELD, O., MONDAY EVENING. VTCTSTS, 1887. trrmgfkw WEATHER FACTS. IS WiifliaoTOH. Afi h Ohio I ariucr. Ulr w earner Springfield. O., Aug. S, 1SS7. CHOICE in east window 25c. Closing Out a line of Boys' Youths' and Itlen's Straw, Wool and Seersucker HATS at 25c. If You want a good-looking Hat for little money Come and See Us. THE WHEN, 25 and 27 West Wain Street SALMON STEAK EXTRA FINE, FAT AND JUICY, CHOICE MIDDLE CUT, COLUMBIA RIVER. Try a can and you will use ne other. Only 20c. per Can .NEW White Clover Honey. EXTRA FINE. J. M. N1UFFER, ARCADE GROCER. ...

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. — 8 August 1887

EEPUBLIC, MONDAY EYEXIXTJ. AUGUST 8. 1887. KIRK'S WHITE .&.SftaN.kft Vwt iYmt MSSW nussiAn The cuilv Iiron.l of Lamulry Soap nuanlrd a first clas nuiUl at tlio New Orleans ExiUHn. Guaran teed atWilutvIy jmifi. ami for Ri-ueral IicnwhoM puiro-es i the very bos SOAR $pritigftrlii grpublit ETEMNH AXD WEEKLY: 1 RirrBLir jrlnta Ike !t lork nd Wa. t.leaoriat'4 Press DlaaatrhMtaa'tkt tW.ttr i aklc tl"or lg.)Tlf aaa. , M. N1C1IOIS. rlKdlDKVT. THUS. O. HROWN, HC'llIDTItll. SPSilEriELD FUBLISKIIIC COMFIIT, Publishers and Proprietors. THK EVrNINO KEt'l'IILIO It pObllShM eTerreTei.ui. ei-ept Sunday, and It SellT erea at ti rte ! 10c. per week. Btnitle copies 4c. THK H'KKHU' KKI'DIIMO Is published eterj Thursday, and Is one uf the most com plete Uratty newspapers In the country: elicht paxes, markets complete. Kepiete with news and miscellany. II per rear. Inrartabli cash In advance. All communications and contributions should be addressed ro Curros M Nicmil. elltor. and all business letters...

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. — 8 August 1887

REPUBLIC, M03TDAY EVEjSTXG AUGUST 8 1887. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thli powder ne ver varies. A marvel of pur rlty. strength and wholesomeness. Mure eco nomical than theordlnary kind, and cannot be sold in competition with tbe multitude of low tut. short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In cana. Kotl Dumu Pownt Co- llii Wn tn. K York The Reason Why Ayer'd Pills are so popular is, that while always reliable as a cathartic medicine, they uever leae any 111 euects. This is because they are purely vegetable, and entirely free from calo mel or any other dangerous drug. In all cases, therefore, whether the atient be old or joung, they may be confi dently administered. lu the Southern and 'Western States, where derangements of the liver are so general, Ayer's Tills have proved an in estimable blessing. V. W. Baine, New Iterne, N. C, w rites : " I suffered a long time with stomach and liver troubles. I tried arious rem edies, but received no beuclit until I commenced taking Ayer'...

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. — 8 August 1887

:SP t3i-?c-c t fc REPUBLIC, M'CXN DA V EVENING. AUGUST 1 J88T. THE LAST OPPORTUNMYTHiS SEASON TOBUY DRY GOODS VERY CHEAP ! JOHUST -WZREZSTS ISTEW YORK STORE. present te invoicing Our c Itrown hliwliiik". ' inches wiilr. at 0 4i Ml of our All Wool Ulack Caslnnere- aua Iwlnu ist Our stick of Lace Curtains, Shawls and lied spreads at jour own prices. Our "JOe Unbleached Damasks at 14c. Our 35c Turkey Keel Damasks at 18c Our 40c (rennan l.ineu Damasks at U9c Our O.V llleacbed Damasks at 45c Towels and Napkins in proportion. Our- c lllru'lieil Mieetinc, M li,cln- wide, at C C. Our Tr Itleaelieil Miecline. '"' Indies wule. at lie. Our .v Diess ImioiIs. . Indies wide, at lfi c. Our -40c liiairuiial Dress (moils. :- iuclii's wiile. at 'i! e. t)ur Cotton Dress l.ixxls at J ,c per jard. Our SI. .." Hlaik Mlk '-M Inches ide. at t'-c. Our SI '0 ltlak Silk, .'I indies wide, at Si iJ' Our SI 5'- Hlack ilk, ! indie', wide, at 31 "".. Our entire stock of Colored Surah Niks at '.iv-. Our SI - Colore...

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