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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 1 January 1885

S.'ViA " k t,.. . ..2kJOifcjfi7A34nK.'4 : t"r r asv ,1k ESSjB " fi&TS? ' '&a JS?u?3 ; &j.ssm uy i Lr W. .V1 ma J f -r OB '..5S?KV4 hki -i W a bK sa -r" aw .bp. 'fN .aw -- i w m aa m an ia -"vv -M I ; pm --!, i T3 rT-W7- a . . a .. a " "Vol yu rv.' Ntbo'iKJ'f f I I - ft 1 " I ' ' ' i 1-1 f ll OWEN, PIXLEV &, CO. jkol.p.cli I TUu beliNevjleare dtf, do Associatel I Press dispaJi wye sent ofcr the vires. j i'i i i i JtaTJtl ymMamgED, omo, TgTj KsT.-ri fctf-as Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Colder, ileanng weather,- northerly wind; Lower ljA.es: Cloudy weather ami mow, northerly winds, lower temperature, higher barometer. ijrjr, fe;- GENERAi, ft tool s.ax.:eJ$ ilc rt6 o amlair t lied jusf CP0, 1884J Icnductia AXIt iLSEWUHUK. John Tuesday, by paralyi at Lulteri year 133i Inibe have beei N"""- inouist .other Ebij tention of the O ii f t . r . r i . ., w open, utilise ,iljn f(t (heiclietof JANUARY 1, 1885 600 years ago He w struck 1 public services thelastlSucdavof the tio 1M af...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 1 January 1885

S I OKti'-fMBi is h BLIO. THURSDAY EVprfNG, JAJiriJABTll 888 'tfrt.-ti'r?'? 1 ?a&Li2i ? v i T yo-3 tv '- fe' .s. ' !Jfii 3&S iKSJflf SI. BOOK STORE. 985 f-" L.ARCE STOCK -J'' Eumi aon. 885 1 AT JOHN 8. BARR'S, S So-urttL Tiimestoixe St. fieri ca nly just The'oranp''" of Florida a,s0 nrc coinpl-"2 0I OTCrproaaciton aireaay. .fAey have received very small probts tnus far this vear. They leeiu to fear that the orange business has seen its best Jays. Konsense. The business of supp oranjrts to the GO.000.000 of from American orchards. fairly begun. Joaquin Mil!n ft Poetn nbout. the South, saji.ressinK tl,e MiMiwpp: iivi" twny river, what of they, The far-Xorth folk?" The Joaquin slang in "they" to accom modate the rhyme, which was "to-day." Bui the poet who has all outdoors to rhyme in nnd butts grammar out of creation like that, what of he? The dynumite war against Kngland has been so barren of results that the assas sins themselves ought to be duly discour sed. The O'Dnnavan-Ro...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 1 January 1885

I'f oxrva tro v j 2 W ' S-Hl :?NS ii,'.f " "- E1 y -y. s-y ""lafis tf- &i . C A iTif vwssss Ah ntrtnn TT?nrrTTTn LI I 1 MBBBiMSiiir i, uiiL Dili -niiruDijUj. T7 LT 1 -x brc. - H ( lv HL-k Hi Hv,J M -. I I " ,,, jghtjMMfci. . . s ' JPaiir-CtU-io-.. ri tT 1 f III I $ f X. " -- ssoTT j? s rnir 1 ' M Cf 'III' flH '1' nitMkTTT Jl f y -MrV ' II MJ'f r'tlllii'i S-ai Ljti g,. '--7s ?t io--Mp.3i 26 s ' I ciou'ij-. m r UhUam1V If Pi I JS.X.1 CE v 1. All fl'r I A .MB --- Si.. i MLUWMfEH CLOAKS 'Fr ?sSQfe " -.kf--?.. . j - i .?'"-Awoiii-. fprln si.VKis;"- jnr- xpress . IK ae.fc 7 ,? ;!' Un" . I25d 5leu IMiMTalure.39a above aero. Temperature of same date In isss, 36. Temperature ol same d te In 1SS2, 25'. Temperature o( Mm date In ISM. 2J . Wentlier ICrpnrt fur IlHimW, 1884. The average temperature of th month wae 2s.9 tv. ha I three cle.r aod seventeen fair day Haln has fallen on four days and inov on sev.n. Amount of loowfall W, inchee. Amount of rain fall and snow-water, 3. T-IO'llnchee. ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 1 January 1885

KH ; J . "swssg ptBIJO. THTJBSDAs! EONG, JAfftJABY 1, 1885 ; '' ' " .uistrii- Fa,V " Tip i.TCJS, ic W r-ls i ' " OtTY MATTERS'. HOUSE AND PARSONS. William Culberlion. ol London, who sus tained broken leg, ribs and skull by falling off an ice-shoot, to lying in a critical condi tion. Amputation ot the limb is considered necttaarj. NEW Poles for conducting the electric light ires from the cotuiumy'a new building at the West End are being erected aloof; Columbia and North streets. The new engines are in the building teady tor setting. There were reports this morning ot the death ol Miss Canney, the Harrieon street young woman whose throat was cut by her self or somebody else, but they were untrue. She was hysterical Tuesday night and thought to be dying, but that was all. Courts are suspended and all county and city offios closed to-day, as well as the banks, New Year's being a legal holiday. Othtr wise there is nothing out ot the uual course of erents to mark tte anniversary except- t...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 2 January 1885

W m .- -' A --a ' JJv:f--l ir -Mts -i?"?- s.- S" m I'll 33 H'MMlve.IT'lEI-.I GLOllE, Vol 41110 1"V. Numl)or 11KJ. OWEN, PIXLEY A. CO. Ohio Volley and Tennessee: Colder, cleanup weather, northerly winds; Lower r.nVp? Olnml v u.--flthpr nI flnnr. nnrthprlr winds, lower temperature, higher barometer. Owing to the. rush lor Heavy Winter Vest ures we've neglected Shirt news. We order so frequently and they go so rapidly that we havn't thought to sreak of them since "way long last summer." There are without doubt many who are as jet unacquainted with their goodness. GooJnefs in materials are of most import ance, and this we look to first; next to be considered is chape and manner ot making, and last but not least by any means, price. Beginning with our M)c Unlaundried Shirts we describe briefly as follows: Quality of Miulin used, Hill's "Semper idem;" quality of I. men in IloFom, Cuds and Neck-Band, what is known as "twenty hundred," mtaninjj twenty hundred threads to the square inch; sty...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 2 January 1885

A ri; &.' V..I..I" J.. J5 , j?" "X- GLOBB REPUBLIC. FETDAYfiVBNINO,- JANTJAIfE 2,1885 &s-?$ s-rt - u" GLOBE-REP11 fUJD WEEKLY. .Aj. -3 PUBLISHED BT KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOK-ftCPUBUC BUILDING, WC8T HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKHMSI Dally dltlon, per year, Dally edition, ;( week, $7.50 IScwits. Weekly Globe-Republic. lAMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Evety Thursday Morning, OHB DOI1I1AH A yEAI?. FRIDAY U cemraan!citIon should be addressed U KINNEY NICHOLS i CO, Spring". O ErSIA'a J-:. tut of Ohio will begin to enjoy, it self sod npoj the tate. This freeze before n snow has put the wheat in parenthesis, as it were. But we can spare a great deal of wheat next year. . To the Dayton Journal: How can you peak of General TJ. S. Grant as a "lame duck," and of Tanderbilt's $200,000,000 as "hard earnings" ? Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth is now ixtv-ve year old, .and is writing her wxty-fifthnffrel.1- 'Tfis a harmless dissi pation, and the 0l3,iady enjoys it. It is better e...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 2 January 1885

te8- &W? yf't . s -r; GLOBE HEPUBUO. i t . i , AT EVENING, JAHTTaKT 2, 1886 A r ' v- &mmwmmm88fflS&m "1 h GLOBE -REPUBLIC. Xnlly Edition. Itill.X Hf-Alllr.H HUt Olil V'IMHIJ IIPlLirY, SSKSCO-DKD BT J. DKUET, KXTKES3LT rOETBI ULOl t-KKPLBUC Janea J t, IStS. Tsi. Wind Weather 6 S3 a. 1G W Fslr. 19 3 a. ta . . 10 W Fair. J 0 r- - - ,6 w llaiy. SIOp. m . II" W Ussy. K. p. m 11 W H..iy. 41mu triuriim. 11 above xtro. Teunierature ct stair it in loS4, SO, leuiperature ot aawt (I te I- IMS, :C . lumtwuture ol imme dele In 1SS 12 CITY MATTERS. Sir. Frank Fox, of tlie BecVtl House, Day ton, rep irted at lbs d-ons-IUrc-no oEce this mtrtiiDg. Seme of ibe tuloon whisky has froxen to day, which causes it to be looked upon with U'pirion ly the soakers who always wish thcir's red-hut. Duns and eutements ot accounts are flyiug around town just 3 though good bill-head pifnT cost notliinj; at all. Many of the send ers of these documents will shortly feel like exclaiminp, "Man born of woman...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 2 January 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIO. FRIDAY EYE JXSTtLLRY 2, 188B ' . V CITY MATTERS. AnetUer giwJ ice harvest is in project. Kosccolored noses are ft prevailing feature. T. C. Denny, of Indianapolis, is al Arcade. This is a bad freeze for tlie, wheat cro 1ES3 and for wateted whisky. the of A mau may be "short" when a bill is pn sented but he need not lie 'crusty. Horn On Thursday, Jnnuary 1, 1885 Mr. and Mra. Kdwin Snivel, a dauglner. to Thomaa J. I'rinple, EscW attended the ses sions of the State IUr Association at Colum lnu. Miss May Gilmour, of Kenton, Ohio, is TisitinK Mrs. Charles A. Wood, of West High street. Madame Janauschek. tin tragedienne. passed through here this torenoon in Hex palare car. . the Tlie City Council should broodfcVeets an' sii(tKeton as to cleaning'1 keeping them dean-v Mr. Uraytoni-SSls, leas" ' Dunkirk, Mrs. a. A.-gAieU. V NtWiYo'' anas beeacrc JaJ" for stre;t-corner . . y At stnaTlii riMd limn trs, uut',' ""-" -J i "- man:r' " '""' -- j-- Jr. Uussell is of the opinion now ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 3 January 1885

Ufa K ?:. "s rn lr- i- m& 1A " . Springfield '1-1115 HVllINfiFlBL.! GT-.OH13, Vol imo IV. , Nximlxsr U-l. OWEN, PIXLEY A. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee- Colder, clearing weather, northerly winds; Lower Lakes: Cloudy weather and snow, northerly winds, lower temperature, higher barometer. Wc sympathize with the cold-lingered humanity of Springfield by furnishing jjood looking and serwcable coloring Tor the hands at dccidedlj inexpensive figures. If In these times of depression its ob ligatory with some (and perhaps many) lo economize in making Iarsc pur chases, is it not then quite necessary to curtail upon expenditures of smaller amounts! We think yes, and make prices accordingly. Until further notice, or as long as the stock lasts, wc 'Mill ask and tnle 20c per pair for what have now become well known as the " BUS KEI) MITTENS." See west window. A dime buys an article of Ear Mull's which are or no earthly use whatever, and arc not to be found among first class dealers ; they are...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 3 January 1885

BYpef&, SAmTARY 3, 1888 HLOBB REPUBLIC!. SATURDAY GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. QLOBI-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSi Dally tditlon, per jeir, Dilljr aditon, psr week, $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ohe Dollar a TEAI. U communications should be iddreJ t KINNEY "CHQLS -77nRp7r ev 3rd that even some T,titej2n not keep their heads :n .. -ove rSn Billings says that humorous writ ing is played out. O, no, Josh; it is only the hnmoroos writers. "Big-head on draught" is the Columbus Journal's post-mortem (Jan. 2) reference to Happy Kew Yearl Governor Hoadly's message is looked for with interest and curiosity. It will per haps be lengthy, and it will doubtless be a rattler. The toast to the widow Victoria, given (as usual) first at the Lord Mayor's ban quet in Dublin on new year's night, was most disloyally hissed. The work of spotting the "off...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 3 January 1885

225 GLOBE REPUBLIC. SAT rbq3 LA.Y EVENING, JA2STTABT 3, 1885 GLOBE -REPUBLIC. Dully .anion.. ttAlL.1 H4 I H f.K KKtOKT Ton TUIJ UTtUVi AS R.CuEDKD IT J. Dll'ST, KXPRKVtLT FOR THE ULOF-.K.PUBLIC. January 2. IS.-5 lea Wiu.i We.ther 6 ) . iu. . 6 W Fair. 10:31a. ld... W N Fair. 2:S0p. ui I6 N Fair. )p. m 12" S E Fair. 10:33 p. m (, s U Clear. .tieau leurlurt t(Ja abova aero. Temperature or unit ilalp iu Iks'. 12. Teuierature ot sain u te in 13t3, 17 . lR.irtur ol aauie dale la IsSi. 25 CITY MATTERS. Mr. Ford Wood, ol Indianapslis, is in the city. The Tony Denier Company is at the La gonda House. Mr. Warren Coleman, ot Troy, is the gueit or his Iriend, Mr. Herman Flynn. Mrs. Thurza T. Campbell, of San Francisco, is visiting her mother, Mrs.Thuna Teegardcn, at the old Teegarden residence, on West Main. Mr. W. K. Hi rner, the boot amfirlioe dealer, has been quite ill for about two weeks, but he is now much better, aud will soon be out. David Define was arrested upon the Hill last night an...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 3 January 1885

&&Zsm I GLOBE EEPTOLIO. SATURDAY sy JACTAEY 3, 1885 CITY MATTERS. Mr. Hurry A. Lee, ot" the Hunch ot Keys Company, iJ at the Arcade. JUbrieo On Ne Years eve, by Rev. Dr. Summerbell, of Yellow Swings, Mr. John H. Gram, of Springfield, and Miss Bertha Sparrow, of Yellow Sprincs. The ca-e ot liroumhall, the young printer who was arrested and sent to the peniten tiary from Chicapo, tor embezzlement from the 1. Ft. YV. k C. Ity. Co., will be re membtred. A letter received here to-day states that steps have been taken, with every prospect of final success, to secure his pardon mid release from prison. The two tramps arrested with Condron a few niphts apo were brought up belore the Mayor this afternoon on the charge of drunk enness. The one who pave his name as p.m er Hi the station-house said his real , la rrAnk Kinnev. They were bo' unius - - mTA fined $1 and costs. This was all Msvnr could do. as no charge b" ' arninp. placed apaiast them in repaj linshnell k . iiie Laponda shop...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 January 1885

Hxm M'' ;? '-- Sunday Globe -Repttbl l SPETNGFIELD, OH 0, SUND AY kORKQJG, JANUARY 4 1885 TUB ML'UINGlTIEIiB GJIOIJE, I Volume IV. Number 15. J T"Foyra..-5srjz5qa .. muwui- .jLr. .,! ic OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Colder, clearing weather, northerly winds; Lower Lakes: Cloudy weather and snow, northerly winds, lower temperature, higher barometer. We're constantly employed these days picking out what are left from broken and closed lots of things suited to the season movable things attaching price vehicles that will remove them rapidly. Our way o! doing things, gleaned from broader views of the way things should be done just at this particularly depressed time, it different. It's not all this yell's money we look for or expect. Reputation for well-doing, hon orable dealing, is of some importance to "some new concerns," which we are not dull to comprehend. We're going to sell twenty-five to thirty thousand dollars' worth (more or less) of Clothing, Furnishing Goo...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 January 1885

mMmmm THE GLOBE REPtTBLIO. StTSTDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4 188B GIVE OVER COASnf. JfEIQHBOR. Msxgart Eytinsv In Harper's Vekly. Oivo over CuaJin', neighbor, far I'll go out no more, ouless to walk about th farm onc In a while 1 try. iU uat because 1 do not Teal as friendly a before She left me. But there, tit you iciwn, and 1 will tell you w hy. You see, wh-n she was hero It's now some fifty years, ago Since 1 first bi ought her home how glad anil proud I was that day! 1 -ever w ent abroad but that as sure as faith, I'd know oho was keepin' lovin' count of all ths hours 1 stayed an ay. And when the gate-latch clicked, and she again my f ootsteps heard, , Wido ojieu would the house-door fly, and her bright face apjear; And in a voice as snout to ua as song of acj bird. With smiling lips and smiling eyes, she'd lay, "You're welcome, dear." T u know our son have sailors boon since they were naught but boys. An J that our only daughter when a child was called above. And hu wo two were left ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 January 1885

vmXmM SHE GLOBE REPUBLIC. STOSDAY MORjSToTO, JANUARY 4 1885 A RHYME IN BLANK. Th MUtlnc Word to lis Supplied by tha Intelligent Heavier. I knew a man and knew his wife. Great learning had they from the schools; Yet, candor forces me to say: i Tlicy wero a pair of . , They had a son who early drank From hard experience's pool: Who knew much moro than older folks. And also was a . These parents boujrht this boy a (run. With llttlo'bulIeU hard and cool; UlKin the pun was s eetly carved: To our beloved ." One (rravo old fojry shook his head. And thereby trained much ridicule: Tho boy went hunting with a friend. Another precious . Two walked away, and one ran back. Says he: "That pun was very cruel The startled nelchlwrs hrieLod and cried: - Where is thut other ." ljt nhrht I viewed a marble slab. All frraven n ilh a practiced tool. And read thereon thesv Mony words: " Here lies a lifeless ." -ifra. Geo. JrriiilxuVt in Burlington Hau-Arp CALLED BACK. "Well-Told Story of Continuous and Ab...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 January 1885

WtFv KSMMiS THE QXBB REPUBLIC, SUNDAY MORNIKG, JANUARY 4 1885. BIGHT PAGES i 99 V ! LOBE -REPUBLIC Published Every Sunday Morning tLOBE-REFOBLIC BmLDIME.VtfEST HIGH ST. Two Dollars Tor Year, lTl-vo Gouts Xor Copy. Oetictrtd by Carrier to Any Tart of tht City. Addrru all Communlratl to, tathe SUNDAY ULOBE-KEITBLIC, Springfield, O. I)AII. m r- ' - f HKfOUT idiTHiiuciUTr, iiitroiDrn bt j. dct, KXPKKSSLT rOXTHK 6LOF VKKFCBUG. January 3. 15 fi SO a. mw 0.8O. in .... 2 JO p. d-....- 6-30 p. m AVMther ClMt. Pair. Fair. Fair. Fair. n-Mip. n. of aam date tn lift, f. Temperature 01 nm dt 1" 18SJ, IT. lemperatura o( aame date 1b IBM. 37 BDMtAr HO H I. fi J i'. 4, 1SSS. Thomas A. Edison has taken out 530 pateatt in this country since June, 18C9. Thurman is still in the vocative case for a. place in the cabinet But he will not be put into the nominative case. The Su-Johnification of the temperance cause was a monumental blunder for the cause itself, as most intelligent temperance advocates admit...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 January 1885

KjRPTRisflil TEE GLOBE REFUBIIG. SXHSDAT MOBMIKa, JANUARY 4, 1885,EI&Hr PAGES. RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. rODHlDA OF BATIXUS ITlStC J.Vi OTBEKWZSE, llatlier-il In IVnlka and Talks About the Champion City, by Oiia Who Kerpa Kff ilnn Kan 0ini fur the Iteiiellt of Spring field Itrallera. Musical. Social, Artistic an.l Ueiiernl ote. We desire to cull :he attention ot 0. Cleveland to thi Cabinet material in Spring field. What U the use ot the President-fleet groaning over his desk at Albany and knit ting hit bro over the Cabinet situation. when he could reach Springfield in about twentj-eight houis bv the limited exr.re.-s. hang up his hat, and in one hour's time gather together the most remarkable Cabinet known to modern l.mesJ Our city is teem ing with Democratic statesmanship. With out the least deiire to appear presumptuous, or to force Governor Cleveland to do any thing which he would repent, we recommend the following slate to his notice. We were about to make arrangements to send th...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 January 1885

THE GLOBE FvEPTJBLTO. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4 1885 Hococa Algernon Charles Swinburne. Take bands, and jiort with laughter; Touch lips, and port with tears; Once niore and no mora after, Whatever comes with years. We t ain thall not re-measure The ways that left us twain. Nor crush the lees of pleasure From sanguine grains of pain. We twain once well in sunder. What vt ill the mad gods do For hate with me, I wonder. Or what for lore of you! Forget them till November, Aud dream there's April yet; Forgei that I remember, And dream that I forget. Time found our tired love sleeping, And kwed away his breath; But what should we do weeping. Though light love sleep to deathl We have drained his lips at leisure. Till there's not left to drain A feinglo sob of pleasure, A single throb of pain. Dream that the lips once breathless. Might quicken if they would; Say that tho soul is deathless; Dream that the gods are good; Say March may wed September, And time divorce regret; But not that you r...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 January 1885

r.wrss 303 THE GLOBE EEPUBUO. BOTDAY MOBNTNG, JAOTAEY 4 18o5 Practical nint Tor nret.raaklug at Home Mow Ladle May lZconotulz ami Sate Money. LFathton Authority ou shwh amlGloT lrv.e Fur L1UU ClrU. PRACTICAL 1IIXTS. To cut and make one's own dresses is not as lunch of an art as it was when we had nothing to assist us with our work, but with our excelleut paper pat terns and the numerous illustrations and descriptions given to our readers each month, by the use of a little care and patience almost anyone mav be come her own dressmaker, and thereby save much of the allowance appropri ated for dressing. Wo will commence with the skirt of our dress, and see how we can best arrange to cut it out of the material. If this is verv handsome it is not used, but a foundation skirt of cheap silk, alpaca, or cambric is sub stituted; this foundation skirt does not show at all, being covered with the trimming and drapery. Tho skirt is usuallv from two to two and a quarter yards in width; the front...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 January 1885

LWUHud THE GLOBE KEPUBLIO. SUNDAY MOENTNG, JAXJfAJKY 4 188.5. EIGHT PAGES. a. iSVt lfclr,uj rHini'KLrm Jaaunr) 3. H. E. Penny picker, aijent c the Fidelity Mutual Aid Ar sociation . I t laclpbia, and Augustus Richey, a .I.-,i vn and wealthy citizen ot Carlisle, " wer arrested to-day, the form ?r at Uarruoorg an . ' lattei at Carliile, on the charge ot cons cj defraud the As sociation. They wet placed under $1,000 bail t ans. er at court It is alleged that men. with the connivance of a physician of Ca.lisle, who certified to the good health of the appli cants, had procured insurance in the com. pany for $3,000 on a young man named Whortley, wh was in bad health Through false statement made to b' by Richey, Whortley was in ' d tojransfer his interest in the policy to K hey, "h has since paid assessments. Supposed Lyncher rre.teil. Ottcmwa, la, January Tb "icriffof this county, under a warrant "ued by W Lorr. of this city, wt nicht proceeded .o Blakesburg and arrested Daniel Anderson, ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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