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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 24 August 1887

tW33iratSe&S5g&33Ssi &- .-v-W5lar- ipntij$jel& Saite EVERYBODY READS EVERYBODY READS R E PUB L I C REPUBLIC. VOL. XXXIII NO. 200 SPKINGFLELD, O., "WEDNESDAY EVENING, ArC.OT:21. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. fUpitMir. .MQ I I & V WEATHER FACTS. vVashixi.tos. xtm !4 Ohio P i.ruerallyfalr weather, oolrr Thursday mornlDg. tonoued try sltcht rise in teniirerature Springfield, O., ) Aug. 23, 1S87. J THE MOSQUITO. "About this time of year," as saith the almanac, the mos quito getteth ready for the fall campaign. He arouseth him self from his summer sleep and stretcheth his wings, rejoicing as a strong man to run a race. It is the human race the mos quito runneth. He runneth his bill into them, he doth ! Oh, he do' S-i-ng! Zip! Slapp' Then blessings, not "loud, but deep." For this the mosquito now prepareth. He sharpeneth his bill preparatory to present ing it, and he will not be de nied. He always draws on sight. It is time for his season at the watering places, and he hieth t...

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 August 1887

V.-s3-t ;-.:St' -''.-:t '-rr- -.--. -'.- s&x 5VaaaBa8S8S8&3SiSii3 KMSQi iWiliiBun'it.W'"1" c-st-Ja wy , sy t REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24, 188T. ft I t KIRKS WHITE BiissiaN The only brawl of Laundry Soap awarded a first class medal at tho New Orleans Klrsilinn. tltiaran Uvd absolutely pure, and for general household iiur'ea is the vity bcs SOAR jtyringfirlil gcpuMu EYESINH AXI) WEEKLY. TarKrl'l ItMC i.rl1.thrc I inland W.l m Associated l'ri-s lll.pitrlir. .ml Itir Itrnlrr CaM. K.rcli) Tl . CM MCHOLS, skc'l IMi THV.4- sriiieriEio poblishiie compist, Publisher and Proprietors. THE KYENING KKITIU.1C Is published TerreTeulntei'-ept Sunday, and l dellv red at tin; rate ol 10c. per weft. Mugle eonletle. THK WEKKI.Y RKfUllLIC la published ererv Thursday, and Is one ol the most com plete family nrnaprs In the country, eight paces, markets complete. Kepicti with news and miscellany, tl per year, Inyartably cash in adTaoce. All communications and contribution? Should be addr...

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 August 1887

l$5 v ; ''":-". -A.: REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUST 24 1887. w I ! f u If- BABY HUMORS And all 8kia and Scalp Diseases Setdily Cured by UuucHra. Our little son mill bt four vears o( aite the 25th lust. Iu Mar. ls.. lie was attacked with a veer nslnlnl lireaktni? out ot the skin. We called tu a physician who treated him for about tour eeks. The child 'eeclved little or no cood from the treatment, as me ure.ikiim out. supposed by the phitlrlan to te lihes in an acCTavated form, became larger in Motives and more and more distressing We were fre quently obllced to net up In the nintit and rub him with sod In staler, strong liniments, etc. : Finally we called other plijslcians. until no lest than six had attempted to cure him. all alike falllmr.aad the child steadily ncitlni; worse and worse, until about the IMth ol last July, when uc Penan to cue Mm Ci ticika Kl toL ist luternally. and the Crno ka. and i'l -1 tici'ea Soirexteruallv.and by the last of lu Kusthewasso ueartywell that w...

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 August 1887

'S2?- '' rp Mtt4MMMiMi . MtiWB?IK"' J REPUBUO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 24 1887. S3 t 3 ; I te nfl Bee Our latest combination COFFEE! Extra Fine in Flavor. T IR, "Z" IT. Only 28c. per lb. At either store. fglYvdtu- BARSJMN STOKES. 1 svad 93 Wt M Bin St. and 40 Ion th Mar. kt St.. Springfield, O. PEOPLES COLUMN. FREK ADVEBTMIXO. ON VS"I FrER TadT the SprinsflKM Dull Ktri'BLic will lnicrtsuch"acls"as"Wants "Lost." "For Rent." "For aWctc.ln tnts column one time free, three time tor tcventi- flve cents, and sti iimMiornirwcrius TUKM'RINOFIKLurUU CO. WANTED. TITAVTKU Pttrrnmkeranddraui:htsmn if Must be thorouuhlf competent; one who to hd einerienee in Agricultural imple ments preferred. Address. P. 0. Do 174. Rich mond. Ind. in w 'ASTEI Tn rent or buT. type-writer. In quire ol s. A. Morrow. J"o WAXTED-Farms. mills, city property. Ht- .-t.I .. A -t.iL. ... n.Artti . nA l. ii ery sisuirs, u aiw. ur si....... .. . In cxchance for Kansas land. Improved and unimproved. W. R. Linn. 46 Arcade....

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 August 1887

.;,: y;., vmmsm JBL ml EVERYBODY READS T 1-1 W REPUBLIC. EVERYBODY READS! REPUBLIC. 51 SPIilXGFIELi), O., TIHTRSDAY EVENING, A TCTST ii.". 1887. PRICE I WO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 201. f?, llHki " 1 al fl"- n'. m - - ? , 3 I-. x.V :- - . 0 i i l! H:- it"' - WEATHER FACTS. aslllM.TtlS. SUIT ?4 OHIO taenerallv talr wcattn-r ctwler Thursday morniio:. ftilluwc.. ry slight rise In trinisnitiire SrRINGFIELD, O., ) Aug. 25. 1SS7. j Applied Science. The German architects, rec ognizing linoleum as a good, durable stufi. continue to find new application for it every day. The practice is now much in vogue in rooms of new buildings intended for stores, offices, workshops, res taurants, etc.. first, simply to lay a cheap plaster floor (ce ment or evpsum), and there upon to put a layer of lino leum, thus entirely dispensing with a wooden floor. Thus, it is stated, a floor is made which, in its massive under ground, is impermeable to both vermin and moisture. Thus it is that something new is hit 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. — 25 August 1887

ejijtji ff ill&&-' . "'Miamn' i s(r,' HEPtrBLTc, rrnt;naDAy EVESiao. j.t;jivr :.-. isa?. r i: I I fci Hi l-( i KIRKS RoiiTAN The only brawl of Laundry Soap awarded a first clx- mesial at thu New Orle-ans E-usition. (luanui Uvd aliseiltitely -mre, mnt for general liouxhold imrjHr-os Is the wry bca SOAR jpringfiriil Republic EVEMXt. AM) WEEKLY; Thr KH't lllll prlul.tlir ei li.rkn.l M ul tra Asso, laird l'rr ll..lrhr- an.l thr Itrnlrt t 'r'orriciil 1rlrciis. THUS. ;. IIKOWX. SkC'v AM Tl.l.s SPSIICFIELd PU6LISHINB COHNIT. Publishers and roprietor. THI KVCMINU Ktil'l IILIO it publishes! evert evening except Sunday, and Is detlv ered t tne rate 1 Inc. Per week. Single copies 2c THI WKKKLT KKCITIU.H: Is ruHlsbed even Thuniday. and is one ot the moitcom plete family newspapers In the country: eight pages, markets complete. Kepiele with news and miscellany. $1 par fear. Invariably cash In .ilance. All eommunlciiiu aa eontrtr-utlons Should be addressed to Cumw M. Nichols, dltor. and a...

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. — 25 August 1887

; -t.s .j "aatam -&&t V'-VV" -i -'ft ..Vs-Ws, -v.-i.i7i "v.- -.- - ,- tv V .jcnffltiWMwniS retcbliv, TrmtsDAY EVEyiyn At'nrsr 2.-, 1887. i 4. i- m h r lt I, !i -'v. tf e i An Invaluable Med" cine for Woman." LYDIi E. PiMKiM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND, Na l(-.ilttr or AT t t - I flil ift. -a uii -ii .nc yj o W " Xoth TitC TtKTl L.11 rilt 8 vd in rAErCXUUhl.A.M 41 ILST TAK KEST6CAirFKJ im. OVER 1000 LADIES IK PHILADELPHIA 030, tnifr to Ita rood qiuCiucd. 2t is dcuamt butter t ttt.t aboi tLut cLvtvttrujLunk tJTcr.Cl rVr-rPf of the p era c ott"1 of tlfc.cr wi. It U iwNXUtl to co m .x that h. . Kcnbrfrthrub,i arjj.ra i a ttouof tiK-ld Ceyv It l tt i.malYct J rrrf in the H trt.i, physicians prescribe: it freely. It fur it M f.tf f f wif tfali-3 f if MwlfMrT tf -a a l wi Aii?im" to i. It will cure em .i-lyv lOvtrliaor VaaZiraltro.lc.t. f aliArtznation id Ctwratnn, falUrj and iip.WT- Uculavrly sdjLjtUtoL. eCrc lite. WEARY WCVCN PR-ISE IT. t rfacrw FmJ-itnoiw, Fintu.n.-T, th-treyp mil crr ...

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. — 25 August 1887

.. ' - miiUMM , - .-' MUBB'itfg " fijJWViiU111 " i mju..4t- REPUBLIC, THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 2r. 1887. .Vi .W.i-'UGj kVJI ' 1 ' h M M mr aO 4.1 w . w If I, i ? $ King Bee Our latest combination COFFEE! Extra Fine in Flavor. TRY IT. Only 28c. per lb. At either store. AMMN STORES, 1 ud Was Main St. and 40 Boot Mar k.t 8U. SprlnsrfUld, O. PEOPLES COLUMN. FRF.K AIVVKKTIHINU. OV AND .FTERTo4athefprlncnld Dtin Rrcuc will lnt,ueh "ads" as"Wnts" -Lot.""For Bent." "For t-aWrtc.tn this column one time Ire, three tlnvs ftr tvrenty five cents, and six tlmei tor fifty cents TllKSI'lUhUFlELUr'UB CO. May 21. W. sVANTfcD. WAVTED ratternmikeraod draughtsman Must be I HorouchlT competent, one who has had esperlence In agricultural imple ments preferred. Address, r. o. ooi l.t. men mond.lnd. iHfm TTTAXTKD' To rent or buiJi type-nriter. In- IT quire ot S. A. Morrtm J'D WAXTED-arms. mills, city protertr. Its ery stables, and stocki ot merchandise. In exchange (or Kansas land. Improved and unimproved W...

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. — 26 August 1887

"V w-V. 5S3iiite j xa n. 4fMi. iTifci- iSf'v ,f-i Ji'F t-,- fffr.'iT an w - M !&t Si35f 2 8I ?1 EVERYBODY READS EVERYBODY READS REPUBLIC. - S, REPUBLIC. -.3 VOL. XXXIII NO. 202. SPKLNGFIELD, 0., FRIDAY EVENING, ArorbT -W. 1887. PRICE TWO CEN TS. JV pmh wv w JL 1 m. ftttttuuic. vmuvw B ir i Jf ?v WEATHER FACTS. W AsmsGTOS. AllC 2f Ohio LocMlralns slitht chaiivetiu tfiniK-raturc Springfield, O., ) Aug. 25. 18S7. J Applied Science. The German architects, rec ognizing linoleum as a good, durable stuft, continue to find new application for it every day. The practice is non- much in vornie in rooms of new buildings intended for stores, offices, workshops, res taurants, etc., first, simply to lay a cheap plaster floor (ce ment or gypsum), and there upon to put a layer of lino leum, thus entirely dispensing with a wooden fioor. Thus, it is stated, a noor is made which, in its massive under ground, is impermeable to both vermin and moisture. Thus it is that something new is hit upon ever...

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. — 26 August 1887

C' - REPUBLIC, FRIDAY EVESESrG AUGUST -20. 1837. ?: - L!t- - -"-) 1 .- - :-v " Jr; r& . . - 3l &fel X- I- j..-1 " -rv-;1?. s '--.-'- "gjePiPr :&. J jpasj " t"" t 'I KIRKS flusiSN Tho ouly brand of Laundry Soap awarded a first class mesial at tho New Orleans E.Tcsitiou. Guaran tewl aliscilutely pure, ami for general bouM-hold HirKwa is the wry bes SOAR priagfirlii Republic EYEXISti AMI WEEKLY; TfcrKKrTRI.lr prist. Ike tw l..rl..l West, era AsearlateSl Pre., lllapatrhr. aad thr HVatrr .' '.Forrlcal Trlr;raaa. CM MCHUt.1. ras'iKsT. runs. ;. iiKowx. S.C-'lMTR s SrWlFIELi PJSLiSHIIG COHPIIT, Publishers and Proprietors. TBI aXTKNINO KKHUIILIC It paMlttlM trjtleulae-yft Sunday, and Is delW dat ttie rate -I IV. per week. Sinitle eeplMic niK WKEKLT RKPITBI.IC It published Ten TtiuradaT and Is oue of the most com pleu tamllT newspapers In the country ; Uht paces, markets complete. Keiuete with aewt and mlseelluiT. II per rear, tanulably emita tn dsnre. All communications una contr...

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. — 26 August 1887

pPI&v---ivr'i- z:"-" vfriv '-'""'" "' '- : ' IeK&IIIsBcIvv' MlMSMM ijJ T" "i in ml iririi'iTif Ai i ti i i sluali itnn m i lain EEPTJBLTO, FRIDAY EYT.XIiVG .ArGUST 20 1887. SHIk;i EMBasSs -1' i -- iff- - - -F - ' aiS K''i ' " 'Mf 4c - - "I " - S , V Ev - - . 1 '?- c A . i, - , i -- f . sh : -tM . ' -i4 Ea-2v - ' - - Ssr,y ? ,"?i sgfSa ml mt r 6r Is Life Worth Living? That ilei-ciicN iion the Liver; font thcl.ix.'l isinactivethevvhole sjstem is out nf order th hn-ath is bad, ilisi-stioii Mir, head ilull or acliins. ciu-rev ami hopetuliii'ss Cone, the spirits an ilipre il. a heavy vveicbt exi-ts after ratlin-', with icei-eral Iiisiiic!encv ami the blues. The Liter is the hoii-o-Lec-porof the health; ami a harm less, simple reuuil that art- like Nature. does not constipate atter-wanl-or niiuire contant taking, 1H'- not ititerfeiv ith hiinesi)r jilea-uie during It- i-e. make-Imiiion- I.n er Keul.itor a medieal JHTflVtlOll. I hae tf-tedlt"Clrtue xeronallT. and knou that fr dypl-u...

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. — 26 August 1887

KEPUBUO, FRIDAY EVENING . AUGUST 2rt. lBSY. ,.-! s:i ?,, -3 m far! -1 IK I I m Plums, Pears, Peaches, Grapes Every day, cheap. Direct from growers. For canning purposes. We make Special Prices.1 i At either store. f II trolM' VOttf 1 VJlV' J I 1 BARCA1M STORES. 1 i 1 aat S West Mam St. and 40 Sooth Star-' ketu.pnnicfleid,0. PFftPI F' nnLllMN w "' ww sVANTEO AXTFD- -Rents Eith-r sex liu-o at once. c-anJ Invention: ." s..U nrst , thlrtv tfavs. mval Picnic while It lasts, tie quick. V a Uome ill snufacturing Co . K.itI Itept.. Chicago. Ill rjam TTMXTEI-ood machine fl wr "jl'' f Intendent of bench molaers. at the L.eo FoundrT o- Decatur. Ill aCam WAXTED-Sltuitlon to work alwut a sure b a jounc man. w ho ejn f.1hil'h,' '"'V of references. Address 11 .. ivepunuc u a-it TWTAKTKl- cod c k. Immediately at M If touiu Jiarxei "trtTi .... ... ..... ll-.i W1VTED V c-MJoatthf lonthu XI Jefferson utreft. non" but && Cr-it ..!.. tisval innlr. and tn & first cl&M pertD will pay the b...

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. — 27 August 1887

A - s ;W!tftgfflgSaatticaM&S . -,v EC..- n...iti'jjmi 'i EVERYBODY READS EVERYBODY READS REPUBLIC. REPUBLIC. SPEmGFIELX), O., SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 203. pxm$klh J&fiAtl JmttC ?J n. If ,- A WEATHER FACTS. P IB Vsni.inx. Aufi Z. Ohio ttenersinr fair weather slight rise In trmiNTature SrRlNGFIELD D, O., 27, 1887. J Aug. THE NEGBSITIES We 111 a j lue without poetr. music and art; We ma lue without conscience and lue without heart: We may lite without friends; we maj live without hooks But rW Hired man cannot li e w ithout cooks. The poet might have added that civilized man cannot live without clothes, either. We are here in recognition of that fact. We make it our busi ness to supply mankind with clothes. From the little fellow with his first knee trousers to the aged veteran in life's bat tle, we have clothes for all. The WHEN keeps right up with this procession the year round. In winter it presents you with thick clothes, in sum me...

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. — 27 August 1887

REPUBUO, SATURDAY ENDfGAUGCJST 27 1887. IS- h , i ALLAN 0UATERMA1N. By U. RIDER HAGGARD. AITHOK or "S.IW. St.LOSU S MItIS. SHI. "J181.""TK MltCH's HBtD." tTC. CHA1TKK VI CovriM.ni. iiitiutiotf ikurl. 1 eiltk in the nmrning. mil tin- spies reporUsl that, after haing ilruiil. the blol of tuecixeu and eaten enor mous iiiiaulm. of meat, the Masai en jo in; to bleep rcun.l tlteir nauh fires, but that centric1-, hael leii iostetl at each opening of the Lxaal. Floief the added, wa hitting not far from the Mall in the center of the m e-te ni si In of the Lraal, and by her were the nurNe and the white -lonley, which was teth irvtl toa e Htr feet were Utundwith n nis , mid n amors ere. 1 nig alout all round ber As there ils alr-olutel nothing further that coul 1 U done then we all tool some u)'1h rand vent to lie down for a couple of hour. The bed w hereon I lay was near an ojieii window that looLed on to the veranda, through win. h came an extraordinary sound of groaning und weeping Fora tim...

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. — 27 August 1887

. 'VZ-5X -rfA"-.- ,' 'isv:.- .3a-ft.iBf vr -,. j -4.. . -.-xSzei&FL --" &rr "V'll-."fljaL ,r-7 in ' REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 2T 188T. - illMtflMiri .1 I iMTiltlfHiii - - " li i "'r!T'BiTrrB"tfii'iMii iip i i r issTIHsssiissslHsWlH n i m MY LADY. U-t3 sty lady sleeps; Khvthmlc ebb and flow of fairy billow Her breathing .oft. Silken (raised ber lid dose fold Ber cxteek. twin roars, ami o'er the pillow Sweep ber hair, a tangled noes of burnished gold. My lady sleeps. Vy lad j drwams. On parted scarlet lips play tricWm imllea. Deepening the dinipln In brr dainty chin, l'onrayal bright now "wanton mirth" ln-guilea The mind, that sleep from wuarjing cam shuts lo. My lady dreams. My lady waVes. Fair visions flee. The fnnjred lids unclose, Thouffh dreamland mista still Ted the Tiolet eyes. Owe moment languid waking blends repose. And then. Mamma! Mam mall Mamma!'! she cries. My lady wakes. n. L llemt-nm ay In Saturday TraTeller, A LOOK AT ST. LOUIS. SOMETHING ABOUT ITS BUIL...

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. — 27 August 1887

vSatlBSeBeStSESB0SSSSSBiSSSKSKSseSSiJiB3'J' - "TWiwrwrwirMwm nwii !! h I'm' m ''i in Hi' iit iMmhiiT n 'araftA ..-t "iv Tinmyrr'mTyiTrwTvi rriTrcrTiTraTnirinr-Kr"7 ui m hi iSiiffTVMTrTn ji ii r'-r-T- ir-2ign&ri a s.-i.'MC?Lr3s, i- . -. - - piB ''aa?TfciS " i'n.iirJjaaumnaaai-i n M,n ,,7. n- - - -gssmwmmm S'HMilMWI'ft &i REPlfBLrO, SATtmDAT EVEKIKC-. ALT. CIST 27, 1887. i' i i mi i -, nfffjS3F3aBgaa:37gT' ".Bii'sW'sAsBlSBTrmHflBBBrsTPftrttt-i - ' ii ' .1. - M--iiiiiiiiMiiitawWBWWWMWHPifSaga8Sjs','--; awc'' KK&llai cK sai V KIRKS WHITE Russia The only brand of Laundry Soap awarded a first class medal at tho N'ew Orleans Exisisitioii. Guaran teed absolutely puro, ami for general household purposes Ule " J "" SOAR Springfield grpublU ETENIXH AXD WEEKLY. TkrBEri'Rl.lf.'rlal. the einrl sail est ers; l.s.N-Ltr.1 Prrss lllsp.lclirs tlirltralrr fce '."-'iirelca) Trlet-ram. NICHOLS. THOy. Ii. ISKOtVX. MCOND IBV - rss:DcT. A "IELII PUEUSHIBC COMMIT. "'V ishers and Proprietors. TBi....

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. — 27 August 1887

,"" TSSfc1- sf. ' bMrtMefOS!e5iattateawN EEPtTBLTO, SATURDAY EVEynTO AUGUST 27 1887. I rj BEADTirDL1 WOMAN, uk W ""l F-tl UsiTrHk fWTd away 1" W m A UJn. ktW Jva W.w r4i I A 1 Bil brutifl Champlm a JfK THE (.RAND WIND-IP. Scenes and Incidents of the Last Dav of the Fan Friday's Speed Con tests the Best Yet. Tlit Kriiitliulir of the I'ri iiiiiiui ami tin H liinrn-1 lir At li..lc Tiling In nil M rp loll Out. or tti l-or- ImiMi One The Clark count fair canie to an tud Fndaj eie'iim; m a triumphant ti'af of dust ml fatieuf. During the alttmouii the crowd was larxe, cimsiileniiK tlie almost bleak condition of the ttfithi-r. Chief in terest settled atxiut the race, to v which a t erj large throtiK collected about the course. The first etent the complrtion of the 2 45 race, whiili "- left undrrMni the daj before on account of the dirk ncss "Daniel Moore." owned bj .1. G Welch, this cit, took the tourth and fifth heat in the creat nee. and tin- eate him the race, a- he hid taken one the daj...

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. — 27 August 1887

J.' i "i hji i tit . in ji inw f'Wi' mwi ini " L ', REPUBUO, SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 27 188T. SS52Sfs& I ft ATONEMENT. It was a tomb in Flandera, old and Cray, A knight in annor li iug deaJ. tuAnoao Anioag tine loug furguUcn, jvi. he .ton Ctiod out for M(renoe where th Jad man lay. Jo nam? wan iliisriod at his aide to ay What wruirs hU spirit thirsted to atoue. Only the armiw with grwn mo oVrgrowa, And thoiw grim urvK no ) rani had m ora a ay. It may he haply In th tongs of old Ilia drrda wrrr wondrni to awtsH music art. Hi name the thundT of a hat tie call Among the thing forpottrn and untold Ili4 only nwnl l tht. dead man threat Au hour hhall come that hball atone for all P Kennell BoiU LAND OF IHG GAME. After an encampment of the two weeks at llaiifnlore. we inmeil to the northwest for thirty miles, anil made a new camp on creek which emptied into the Cauvery river, twent) miles below us. There had been no shooting done in this neighbor hood for many jears, for the reason tha...

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. — 27 August 1887

S2a&Ea4BMr REPTTBLIO, SATUEDAT EVENING AUGUST 27 1887. I OISIUUBION. K0HMXO. (VnMwwt, the world 1 i Je; no. Land In hand. Let us fare forth to win our n Iclones Thou shalt In? queen of beauty and of lovo. As In the old, hricht dais of tournament. And I will wear thy colors in 111 lit art. And on mv lirow the seal invisible Of thy true lu m shalt lief ore me fall All shapes of eell that infest the Unlit Then, when the jousts are en led nd Me games, 1 uou man mi pns 11 upnsnt in . iv. Aud while the world is wonuenntr, allajraze, I.,atthrf.,mc.rlandhaHWla.l: For half mi-strength is th.no, li .mo from thtf And thai swert faith that armors me aut w. EVEMMI. The Jay arv short ninrv, lit fore me, htart For the ug turmoil I barn li thv thmuph AnJtononJ I meant it otherwise. But one richt arm h-wmls apuin.t tlieorM Here on thy shoulder let me rvt mj hrad, Mj-ear hel that aclies from life long Om; And in thy cmfirtinR If-t m forpet The disappointment and the hi Idi foe. An 1 all that made...

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. — 27 August 1887

e"-. '-i. -iPWr fcsS"l3sErvftit.i BEPUBIJO, SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 27. 1887. x0SS?isviS!Se&itSm'' I i,u hi ili laiwisji "V"J Plums, Pears, Peaches, Grapes. Every day, cheap. Direct from growers. For canning purposes. We make special prices. At either store. lYvdtu-Nd AMAIN STORES. MALARIA This Is the season when many persons suffer from malaria. The aching bones, tired feeling, slight frier, and perhaps a coated tongue, shorn that the potion Is at work. To put a stop to this, as well as to cure regular fever and ague. use silthcr CJISPEfl'S AHTI-MAUIRIAL PILLS on Casper's Fever and Ague Mixture Dr. Casper also has for sale all of the other standard Fever and AKue .Medi cines, also Quinine in Pills or Powders. The true cenulne article and no ad mixture whatever. Theseand all other malarial medtcines.wllh full directions, for tale at CASPER'S Drug Store, risiMr'sBloak. mlnatrMt.Sd Door Wast f I4aBtoo,Sprtnctlld. COMING KVKNTS. Black's. Tuesday evening, August .10, the famous Lit...

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