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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 3 September 1887

Sg K?M? ; -VgS! - ' sT-t " I,.-- . -- J &W3& && lwg .-. "ira &'g'i fN,.--" J .. -.4 lipllfflj.' Kill BSKalllis E jritifltt.U f putHt EIGHTPAGES Only 10 Cents per Week. jmitfltM) Bittlg public VOL. XXXIII NO. 209. SPRINGFIELD, O., SATURDAY EVENING, SEITEMHER '!. 1887. sfpringfifM gRtpublic THE BEST Family Newspaper in the City. WtATHER FACTS. Wapiukcton, Stpt. 3. Ohio: I ir weatlirr, cooler. IE Springfield, Om Sept. 3, 1887. THE CIIATSWORTII HORROR. THE MOHNING OF THE TIIK. A Eailroad Employe Declares That He Worked Several Days and Nidus on the Spot and Saw 126 Bodies Sent Off. PRICE TWO CENTS. ITS ZENITH OF INTEREST. Klnrtllnc Fact, lu to the lnn) Iranla Oil Men Tremendous Ksrltetiient in Wall Mtreet Other Inter- Mlnc Items. That is the noise the dog makes when he is "tied" to a stake these moonlight nights ana can t get a chance to call on the neighbors and make it interesting for stray cats and other night prowlers. There is also a moaning ol the tide by day 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. — 3 September 1887

r&S . -- &.-?:jmm "-Tfr??' teJ?Litj"-JjBWPJ"f"i -iimii j.'llTI('MlPll!ggpWWl -a.-. ,&. r-i-.--jfX X. .-. Trf" &$&&& A!Ki -- .--. ,.,,. m :?""s m REPUBUO, SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 3 1887. KlV4 JV 'a-'g3g3M",iBt3K;sSg Sj5iMMMi i 'k!MJ'a;iay'?Trfffmi8 I ill iiilWIUJUIlliiii jij lit 1. 1 iijjjpimpjpy-nn ,,,,.- SiTBS M.-v;e .J -'aSS "ii -w-1 -I j .! 1 j S RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. Observations on the Happenings of a Week of Pleasure and Business in Springfield. Bvron.l 111., otrrj of ..l.l lu I'alltiirnlH- Th Itn.li Tlntlier-ll About .villa Hhal. A rurtutir tor Ilia Inventor of the "tinkit" Slaililiie K IToHt f I..IOO IVr CVm. n OraiiK Cider - .l.ilm T. NorrL. rot Mtiitem Note How tli . A.lt.l.liraiwinc fliAUKtiic Ilia l.Mlli Ilook. There i au eoduof people froniSprine field ami iciint. am! from nil oirrtl country for that matter, to Southern Cali fornia, which i e.er bit a remarkable in Its way a the rush to the California sold fields on the discover of isoM 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. — 3 September 1887

-jisr.. - r5t -e- c . - :-fc.'r- HEPUBUO, SATURDAY EVEXEfG SEPTEMBER 3 1887. fSSmKSSPwM- HL"3I MR. IfeP l COLOROWS GREAT SPEECH. Ill BUI Nye Urport. It and Kinlalm Indian I'ullcy. My policy nut nhicii, I regret to sny, ba never bei adoptnl liy the coveniinrnt 1 to hire sulllrifnt tiiiml'rof Hi-imsl lirnlers tn Uike the entire Rj'hiitl lemimnt sjleof Indirtu 1 uies nut on t lit-plain nn.l wnU-li them all fcunimer, rounding them up nnd counting tliem eery morning nnd evening to mi- that they csv nil there. Through the day they initit lie lepl lmy pulling tip the p zrii weeiP nhu-h grows all oer the glazing groun.li of the et, anil thus they wuuld Ret plenty of frrsli air and at the sauw time ill go.nl iti a inodrst way. liut this muviiio ior -i.ieniing' tue iMisi Uuirlnsl jears ahead of the ae, and mi 1 do not expect that it will m.H't tilth the indorsement of the administiutioii. There are. however, two sides to the In.li.iu question viz., a right and a wrong bide. That u nhy the Ind...

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. — 3 September 1887

nfitatriBLlO, SATtJilCAV EVENING, SEJTfcMBKR 3. 1887. - & -S3J .s -.va 1 && -H.'--.. &1 3 KIEWS WHITE RussiaN The onlj hnml of Laundr Soap ntvanied a first diss mesial at tlio New Orle-uis I i-illoiL tiinrnn tessl absolute It put, and for general household purpose s I-. the tort tvs SOAR Springfield jScpublu ETEXINU AX WEEKLY; Thr Kl PI 111 II prints the !! li.rlan.l West, rru tssmljtenl Press tlisnalrlirs ! Ilir l.rutcr I. al'V turo-lcn Trlrcram. NICHOLS. rtt must TIIIK. I.. llKOWV SlC V ASllTkhC SPaiftSFIElO P0BL.5IIIIE GOJM&T, Publishers and Proprietor. TUB ITKMXa IlKPl IIIAC Is published every evening eiceut Sunday, and Is deUv eredat tee rate ot 10c per week. single copies 2c. tiik n kk.klt KH'iim to Is published eeri Thursday, and ts one of the most com plete, family newspapers la the country: eight paees. markets complete Hepiete sella ne and miscellany. II per fear. Invariably cash In advance. All communications and contributions should be addressed to Cl...

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. — 3 September 1887

REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EYMCNTG SEPTEMBER 3 1887. h AMUSEMENTS.1 GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONK HMSIIT OM.V, MONDAY, SEPT. 5tli. CHIP 0' THlBLD BLOCK ! liy Herbert Hall Inflow, adapted to the 1'tipuUr Comedian. RobLL. Scott and Harry Mills,! Well known Old Soldier and Land rent in "Muck'h ..and.iiic supported by the celebrated American and huropean artist, HISS MARGUERITE FISH Better know n as Baby Benson, pronounced by public and press the cleerest come dieuneon the state, supported b A WELLSBLEOTEDCOMPANY. Prices 7.V. .We and 2"e. Reserved seats non on sale at Harris's Clear Store. THURSDAY EVEXIM'tt, JBRB. Kncajwrnent of the Iirlcht and Charming Little Soubrette. And her superb double company. appear ing In the creat sensational drama. 11IK NEW M'KCTVCl LAK HIDDEN HAND! lleautltul Scenic Kffects ! New and Novel Mechanic! L'tlects : Cran-l Military Uaud and Operatic Orchestra: s, car load of J-peclal J-cenery. and the createst Street Parade ever attempted bya travellncconi pany. ik ' u.tu in :r...

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. — 3 September 1887

REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEXIXG SEPTEMBER 31887. .ul r.-- - $&J- - ir - MAKY JANE'S TRAVELS. 6HE WRITES FROM CHARMING PAL LANZA, ITALY. Trouble at Milan In tlmlinr; at ramou PalutlnKHuiurllilnc AImmiI Aui?rirns Vhu Ar lrlli; llrfMi.l Th Lka f ltlyllow Coiiiu it NamtMl. HVial (Vnp uJViuv Pjlixanzi, Italy, Aug li I 1 n t know exactly the izj of the ignorance 1 unlmni ily wear, but lam live to eonft tint until 1 bought my ticket to this place I ih-mt heanl of it. It u a charming place, too, mii ruunJcil ; hitor3 and ljeautifulMviur ami Miiiiiner rwort-, anJ siu m cIom to IaUc Mapgiore that the foot uf tbt trtt ks Jitou hangs ever into lb water We came hoivtotake a little breathing eU IVforw getting into or onto that titligvnce to rule sirt the miles over the Alw, becautt Imm on J the Aljw lies 8itserUnd To recur to the subject of ignorance, vre bad a manifestation of u m Milin, which fivn ow the courage to acknowledge tl at I never heanl of Pallanza till row At our hotel 111 Milan, whic...

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. — 3 September 1887

'r - 'itWVmp'lL.lt. imMm BEPUBUO, SATURDAY EYEyiN'G SEPTEMBER 3 1887. V IP Mia ill ALLAN 0UATERMA1N. By H. HI UK It HAGGARD. AITIIOK or "SISO SOLOIIOs's MISSS." "SHh. "JISS." "THK ITCH'S RUtl." ETC. CIIAiTKIt VIII. Covtimek. -Uo.1 li-'ui all, Mr. yu.stnuaiii jou h.iefsirwl in i-luM's life," kl- nii.I, Hiiipl) Tlion i went in awl Rot uri'lotli.otr ami dootomlour nouti.U. Afur that uo liml n Lath, ami wtiata luiurj it ra' an.l Imiug tUluuix'linin ordinary olotlK-s iinstll U tlw dliilti nont, wlnro brvakfn-t wit-, v t n.-. UMi.il When "o wwIltiMiiii;Hir hmiL fast tb l"r oiiusl an.l m camo luilo Flo n-, seiy.wlr aii.l totter, but quite unliurt. Sin- L !. 1 us all ami th.tnlol ut I eongrat ulatal Iter on the prwsMioo of mind J hail hou hi -lnti:iK th ln.-jii with her IVr riiiR,ritol,aiiJ llwiehy isuiiir her own life. -Ob, don't talk f If" she said, la-giuniug torr liWcnrally, "1 shall neer fuirf his fao-as "he eut turning round and round, neer I can see it now I advixil her to K" to lI a...

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. — 3 September 1887

REPUBLIC, SATUHPAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 3. 1887. t wsssism atJBte TJ CHEAPEST IX THE CITY. ivr.AsoiBrs Reliaiito Self-Sealers, only $1.00 per dozen. TIN CANS!! i$c dozen. Every Can Warranted, i Jelly Tutnhl-rs Cliean; Stone1 Pickle Jars with ciMers, at either More. tohty vvWCo BARGAIN STORES. 1 Md 93 Wst Mai u St. and 40 Sooth Mar. ketst-.slprliigOelil.O. PEOPLES COLUMN. FKKE AI KKTISIX1. OX AXD AFTER Todny the Springfield Iim. Rirrsuc will insert such "ads"as "Wants' "Lost." "For Kent." "For -Wle."etc.tn this column one time free, three times for twenty tve cents, and slv. times for fifty cents THEsTRlMIFlELDFUB CO. WANTED. WAXTED-Sltuitlon. hy an experienced if woman. Plum street. nortl aa WAXTED Purchasers at the sale of reels tered and graded Jersevs. to be held at the old Ludlow riacc.ci't High street. Satur day. September 10. at 2 p. m 3s TTJ sXTED To rent- house with five or six rooms, suitable for sm ill family Refer ences given. Address J. E. It: nest Main street. 3-b TTTAXTE...

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 September 1887

sr?:.5 ."ftJESSi -l if.l attjj & JPptiuqticia $rpttblic JFpringfitld frpullic THE BEST ALL THE NEWS 0 jly 10 lYiits mt Work. Family Newspaper in the City. SPKINGFIELD, O., MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5. 1887. VOL. XXXIII NO. 300 PRICE TWO CENTS. -TniWiTfcr'Tn- - ' h . :S - rTO?SFsTr: " ' - -?'. t kMBlHera9aC-aJKWSSSiSCSBSSS3 - - J-.-- s ... . -. . . Jlpnttfiftew public. 3 B t J g WEATHER FACTS. ASHIM.TliS, vf'Pt " rairwjitlirr. w-trnitr -Ohio Sl'RIXGrlELD, O., ) Sept. 3. 1887. J M MB OF THE TIDE. That is the noise the dog makes when he is "tied" to a stake these moonlight nights and can't get a chance to call on the neighbors and make it interesting for stray cats and other night prowlers. There is also a moaning ot the tide by day the tide that is setting in at The When. The fall tide, the high tide, the tide of new clothes that comes surging in wave after wave. "It is Very Swell." Here are great waves of Fall Overcoats, and there waves of lull suits, waves ol trousers, waves 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. — 5 September 1887

L; ? - M vZT?&7 I fl 15 I KIRK'S WHITE RuisiaN The only bra-d of Laundry Soap awarded a first class medal at tlu New Orleans 1 posillon. Guaran teed nlisolutely pure, and for general household jiuriniMS Is tho very be SOAR pnuttcl.i Republic ETEMXti AMI WEEKLY; The Kl:rrill.ir "rials Ike w York J w.t em V.-xUlcJ Press Dispatches and the lirstrr ';? ',i-'ireiira Tele crams. M 'ICII'M.i, rs ItKNT. Titos. ;. iiKonx, SSC'V AND THE. SP3ISSFIEL0 P03L15HIMG CDMP1IT, Publishers and Proprietor. THE KVKN1XG UKI'l Itl.lC It published every eveuius except Sunday, and It dellT ered ' 'le rate it 10c. per week, bttutle copies 2c. THK WEEKLY KErUHLIC is pnbllhe4 Ter Thursday, and Is one of the most com plete lamlly nepiers In the country; elzht liases, market complete. Replete with news and miscellany, fl per fear, lnrariasly cash lu advance. All communications ana contributions should be addressed to Curnu M- Xichuis. editor, and all business letters to Iiomi u. Bauws. manager. REPUBLIC BUILD...

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 September 1887

T - :iBWBiKMRlSJS J TL ..'. i'JMiMiiftf.MfciijiiiCMffimjiiJfcgaWW'aMEmh .wiiiii iinmiiin 3 REHTBLIO, MONDAY EVENINfl SEPTEMBER 5 1887. Hi 5! II i i 1 9 I I ! In r. ? H - II ii nz If g S I t mi iiiti-i in lin i ill m n n rn fgasi i j . f ' K" Ull ! rMTft I 'MEMPHIS' WAR PAPER IN '62. AFTER THE RAIN. ma - ' Mini sr m r r ! iiniM..v. GRAND OPERA HOUSE IIM. MKSIIT OM 1. MOXDAY, SEPT. 5th. CHIP 0' THE OLD BLOCK! Uy Herbert 11II Wlnslow. adapted to the Popular Comedians. Robt. L. Scott and Harry Mills, Well known as Old Soldier and Land irent tu Mutt ft l.andtnit." supported hf the celebrated American and buropeau mrttst. MISS MARGUERITE FISH Better know n as Baby Benson, pronruneed bi public and press tbe cle erest come. dtenne on the stage, supported by A WELL SELECTED COMPANY. Prices TV. Ac and ZV Reserved seats now on sale at Harris's Clear ctore THUKSDIY EVESIN, CBsBXl. O. r ncaeemenl nf the Bright and Charming Little Soubrette. And her superb double company, appear ing In the creat ...

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 September 1887

SSK.UO&f- ;;irvv.-.:.ii:;i - - H -smismsfmssmmismsLsy-:-:'-.' . '--- m it: if i& II REPUBLIC, MONDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER . 1887. ! fijjp PEACHES, PLUMS AND CRAPES All this week direct from the Islands; Lowest Prices ia the city ; for Canning. At either store. lYvvWC . BARBAIH STORES. 1 and 93 Wort Main St. aad 40 Baata Mar. ket SU, SprtaglUld, O. NEW HATS ! CORRECT FALL STYLES. ALSO. THE BROADWAY SILK HAT Hatter and Furnisher, 5 East Xaia Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FREE ADVERTISING. OV AXP AFTER Todaytbe SprtrurfleM Diu. Cot,,,, will tnet.nehads as Wants "Lost," 'For Rent." "For Sale." etc . In this eolumn one time ire. rnree nmes tor i.kiii five cents, anfl six times for fifty rents. THE SPRINGFIELD PDB. CO. MaySXlssr. WANTED. WANTED An Intelligent. Earnest Man to represent, in his own locality, a large re oonsible house. A remunerative salary to rlcht party: steaay pinniMinn; mn enees exchanged Gay's Maaufactnring House SOReadest.X.T. TjrrAXTED Sood machine, floor ana snap F ...

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 September 1887

patte $umk. Uprffljdf ie id Springfield Republic ALLTHENEWS Only UMViits per Ww k. THE BEST Family Newspaper in the City. SPRINGFIELD, O., TUESDAY EVENING, SE1TEMKER 0. 1887. PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. XXXIII NO. 211. Tfl I t- I? lit in 7 P - 1 Rt t 1 Si s I WEATHER FACTS. T 1 f3 v tiiis.Tns ept k -Ohio M Warmer threateun.kwrathrr I aim run CKiltr ' SrKINGFlELD, O., Sept. 6, 1SS7. RIPE! The printer will be careful to set that up "Ripe," not "Rip," for we mean to applv, it to our new stock of FALL OVERCOATS, Which is now about complete, and there is no "Rip" about them. They are "Ripe, we mean to say time to pull them ! They come with the general harvest of the year and that is "about this time," as the almanacs say. FALL OVERCOATS Are a necessity. You can buy them of us in Kerseys, Mel ton's, Worsteds and Cheviots, in almost every shade known to the trade. We guarantee you a fit in these FALL OVERCOATS, A fit as perfect as any mer chant can make a garment that will drape and hang in the ...

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 September 1887

3 y j- &t$ifS&W9'i,T- &t- s3"7- REPffttLlO, TttSSDAY EVISiyq, SttlfEMKKK (;. 1887. YVXyKmc& JpjtfjLa-sgesBytfps . rfMiiiBMHMBattaai a jss--:fl;spiMaBMllW HPHP!is5EfcH!t"5SiSl; I -I 33 .' ' -? I Pi1 r-ey?i I K It u w m J? KIRKS WHITE M&Ssau& v URnt XUSSWH1 taY H hussia The only Iwrnnl of Lnuntlry Soap siwartlexl a fir-t tliss, medal at tlm New Orleans Ei-itlnn. Guaran tees! absolute) liri', tuicl for j-vneral household iur i tlio ury ls SOAR prituUichi Republic EVEMM. AND MEEKLY; Tkf UH't Mil .ril. lite tew lark sail West era Is-m-hled Pre- llispatthes anil the Keatrr taMe "rtircUal Trlecrasts. C M MCHOI.x. lllos. f.. I1K(N. sfcc'l iSDTKUt spa.isriELo Publis PJ3LISHIKE COMMIT, ard Proprietor. THE ETrMMI IIKI'I IU.1C ll published vaNAVMrilioT-flil tlldlT. ud ll dellV- erd at sne nte Ji 10c per week. Single copies 2c THE VKI KLV KMTIIL1U It published e.m TcursiUy. an A Is one of the most com titf fmn newsimners In the country: elent paces, market complete. Reple...

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 September 1887

wsSwiSiSS I.s7 -- aSSaasssg S2":--3i wmttmttm 'jljuhjhu j jwnwm "'fj-r: J ll ..l IB' lit." '" . -"SS &U REPUBLIC, TUESDAY SVEyiyO SEPTEMBER 6 1887, -fc.aarffcrWfcto xmkmSwSXy ,'' . -i firhVWWhittSA. mmmiX wnwfaiir- mmme&&l$. Hi?asr?-J, .- &jr S&1,:.:3&7 J ife.Jtffev ST,"?. T& 5 -gem - N y..-3S $ . .v AMUSEMENTS. PROF. HENRY EYRE BROWNE Ttr Iradlnc OrEsnist of Ne York and llnxiklyo. assisted tT the well kDo.nyuarirtlr Choir of tlie church. WILL CWXDCCT A ORGAN RECITAL AND CONCERT, AT T1IK First Presbyterian Church. Corner Main and Fisher Streets, Sprtni: field. Uhlo. TUESDAY EVENING. SEPT. E, Coramencinc promptly at S o'clock. using: thetirandtklell tlrvan. recently built by Odell A Co, of . e ork City, for the First PreibTlerian Church .Mr Urowne I perfectly at home with all the creat masters of classic music, but Ms pro gramme furnishes a fair proportion of popular music I lie opportunities to near a ureal Master on this noblest of Instruments-lb Orcan a...

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 September 1887

rariwairri in in r- j -r -t ffiirTaflVnTTTTr1 (TwrwiiTrrfiTFiT'iryr I r riiTrnTTi' n r 'i irrn r ' m aRftKsifr; fv. ret--.- SHjffi"' f3TZT-ifWB- Ii:Si. " mmmmm REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER G. 1887. MRMaiESSESSSseS!5e ?j. . wmhb';' '' ga3agsafe,i3gsrg'ji5sS' .-a- .-,. V-f-Sfs. , w.. - - ai&lLsjaK.'a. w. -.' --w JT WBBiIl-" v-vxajm iuwuLwiiriH miMClpqarttJuiggMBClfaWnftlllMi sWrBs ss f rolHv94s-& - ipii I t3J3, qs( WS.!- BiiT41 VJS,'- V,, I xii kS9r-K..T, S '' .i IS J i i! A 3 -; is- " :"i s. VI ral i 5"-., i itfcfe '5H ps-f t(f .w- i t ! -a s1-: t??s. fefl m?. ti I 5 -, ?9!- flSV!r?iVe,SI &&? CHOICE PEACHES, PLUMS AND GRAPES All this week direct from the Islands; Lowest Prices ia the city; for CaBHiag. At either store. BARIUM STORES. IUadaWtaliilU.udiO(itk kel SU, Mprlncflcld, O. NEW HATS ! CORRECT FALL STYLES. IIXI, THE BeOADWAYSILK HAT Hatter and Furnisher, 5 Kast Main Street. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. FRKK ADTEKTHIHO. ,V WO rTKRTo4thrSpr1nrt'fl p I Rrincw11tlnwftiel...

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. — 7 September 1887

'i-gjKS P9!3i-SvUra-'2tSr-? ".mt: ?-a "v-ir- v?. "! fputtflfUia gepubtu ALL THE NEWS Only 10 (VnN per Wk. VOL. XXXIII NO. 212. THE BEST Family Newspaper in the City. PRICE TWO CENTS. SPKINGFIELD, 0., YEDXESDAY EVENING, SKIT EMBER 7. 1887. sl-''"''-""-''5'--"-! s 3Br.VSJ 'y -WW.., T --- - -, . 1fc-lihltfPiaifcfcJJwqry aua-wra tjy atrw T- TT'T3J-t''''?iflfTtflt"BfcHS,iftTafcfir. - "i. r- -j" . y-r -t -M .JHMBJgSfeaWWlBWMBWwaWglW hi.mmMIW pw i mm Will -sna.,-. Jtwaw-.m ny iwMwwwwWlwMilW)"lM' i " "-""" ' ' ' "" "" - pxm$tew m jmAm n mm yiyttroc. 1.4 --a &- '& Ki$j& K- $m s&SS t II H i- Ik r V it WEATHER FACTS. ffi W .him.tos. ert " Ohio ( cooler, lair weather Springfield, O., Sept. 6. 1SS7. RIPE! The printer will be careful to set that up "Ripe," not "Rip," for we mean to apply it to our new stock of FALL OVERCOATS, Which is now about complete, and there is no "Rip about them. They are "Ripe," we mean to say time to pull them ! They come with the general harvest of the y...

Publication Title: Springfield Daily Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield daily republic. — 7 September 1887

."- ,.. n Una ' TJ - . 5 S-'. ' . KEPtfBLTO, wmVEsUAY EVBSnra, gKr'TKM.Ml. 7, 1887. r? . (.t .::.-:,' - --- - .--- - .,-,J ..--...-.-w &4rv1'- i ' ' ,' i! ' .w ' '' -'-'Mi '. Jv'fj-' r -' . . 3 1 1 51 fefi S3 ml .-'7.i w ,'fC-. i 3 tin f . KIRKS RiissiaN The iuly brand of Laundry Soap awarded a l:it class inedal at tha New Orleans EMtloiu Guaran teed nhMiluh-ly )uio, and for peueral liouxiiold imriK'sts U the very bos SOAR prinpfifld Republic EVEXIXK AXU HTEELT; Tkr UI'rrBl.lt' prim, thr York 1 Sf't m w!l-J l'rr llNpitthr J the Iirt ! 'Vwrrlcu) Tr Irrram. NICIKll.x. TIIO. :. 1IKOWX. j.kCV jlNDTKkAS. SFiilCFlElO P0ELISMI6 C0MP11T. Publis and Proprietors. tui cvcmmi Ken iti.ic is published every evei.in.; ei-rpt Suudny. and li deity-j copies 2c. "iv.;.ru ritir,Ksvss?i FKW I&muy neipr-" in the countrr: tirht pmres. markfts complete, neiueie with nes aao nils.'ellani. $1 Per year, tniartabii cash ta advaace. AH comraanlcatloni ann contribution! thould be aareiiel to Currox M- Ni...

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. — 7 September 1887

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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. — 7 September 1887

SCfv 8 WCFtTBUO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER ?. 188T. "frvw5 4'i I'l llli MHW MMIilW I I'll II il ' IM l 'I H"illlIIIP.I i Mai I HI II 'I V" i.V . VK.ikiVJM. 1 V, - V T -sr'afr'n'n'aarJafjM- -, i umi i ii ' i i ib wmMTH afi rmnin inir it iihimi i ag n i i im xu-.'-i.,iJi iji-fciKrs-,.j - -i - - -i , as aaBTnaaBBBsaar- - "si lit 1 -i, ; 1 'I, -? a n I w ! . .1 T t 4 CTS. Per Pound tor Choice Island Concord GRAPES! IN 10-POUND BASKETS. C IB. IB .Al IF ! lYifC BAHBAIH STMES. 1 taad 93 Wet Main St. aad 4 Saath Ma. k.t 8U, Sprtaa-aeld, O. NEW HATS! CORRECT FALL STYLES. ALSO, THE DROMW SILK HIT Hatter and Furnisher, 5 East XalB Street. PEOPLES COLUMN. rRKK ADVEKTlSntO o ,V s-t FTFRTMaytbeSprtnrt.JdTMi.' I H,n.i win lnrt uch "ads" ?,t",. ' nrrnlT',wlluni -r "uvu - " ;-" , -1.1. r"rw;1. '" -".' -V..i. eeinmnene rim Tree. in"r mnr. i.. ...- eTeeents.ans sir times for fltfe rents " m ' THE SPRINGFIELD PUB. CO. MiySS.l'WT. WANTED. W"ivTKI 'Svl machine. flw and "!P . . . -. ..... Iiuhliiiniimr...

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