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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 23 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic TII12 Hl'ltINOFlKLI GLOBE, Volume IV. Number all. SPKEtfGFJELD, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, JAISTJARr 2:, 1885 (THE 8PMNOPIELD REPUBLIC t Volume JCJCJC. Number 311. OWEN, PIXLEY t CO. Ohio Valley Had Tenor ssw Clouily weather penerally warmer, variable wind?, lower ba rometer. TO-DAYS NEWS AT Fur Caps reduced from $i.7." to $2. Sec east window. Striped Mittens SOoper pair, in place ofthc Itig- l!ed. See to llie right nest entrance. Taking measures and niakiug to order Overcoats Suits and Separate Pants. Oiie-tliird saicd and lit guaranteed. The last or tlie $5.00 t.'rajr Melton Uiercoats to-day and to-morrow. Two hundred pairs Jean Pants in one lot, llfty in another, forty in another, twentj-ihe iu another, at prices front $2.50 down. It's enough to know we make these goods. If 75c Underwear i selling for 40c, what's the difference .' Samples in west window. Champion Ear Protectors sold onr way better accommodates your purse. The same might be said of I.inen Co...

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. — 23 January 1885

ma ai6i mmm nam mm, amiti u issl GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV KINNEY, NICHOLS & C0. PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TEHMSI Dally edition, per year, Dslljf edition, per mV, - $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a Tea. Alt communications should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS L CO., Springfield, Ohio. FRIDAY EVEX1XG, J AX. 23. We regret to learn that the pope is con fined to his bed with fever and rheuma tism. Mr. Matthews, wife of Saprenie Judge Stanley Matthews, died in Washington on Thursday. General Grant's article in the Century on Shiloh is generally commended for its candor and truthfulness. Gen. Grant has an assured income of $15,000 a year, and it is not at all likely that he will ever go to the poor-house. The Dayton Journal is slinging sulphur around with as much complacency as if there were n itch in Montgomery county. The Journal "deniges of it."...

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. — 23 January 1885

xmHmw. PKniAY svfitiafti, btifrkMt &, Mi -v ----- s,-- --, Tf-I -. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Sally Sdltlon. U.4J-I MjTtlH HMt 31 VOX TBI! LOCAUTr, A3 IICOIDID BT J. DD1T, UriUSLI 0 THE OLOEK-aKPUBLlC. Jaaeary 22, ISeS (.30 r. lii IO.30a.rn .. J: JO p. :S0 p. 10:80 p. ro Weather. Our. Cltr. Our. Clear. Clear. Mean temperature 4 above aero. Temperature ei iiu ilu In . 27 above. Temperature ol uml Jut In IkS. S balow. reipcriure o! same dale la 184", 24 abeie .era. CITY MATTERS. Mr. B. B. Law, of Cincinnati, is at tut L gonda House. Miss Kate -vera, of friends for a few weeks. Dayton, is visiting Mr. Frank Hermann, ot Urbana, ii in the city, lie guest of his friend, Mr. Herman Flvnn. The Misses Mcil orris, of West Main street, are entertaining their cousin, Miss Morris, of Mechanicsburg. Miss Adra Hutchinson, of Clifton street, is visiting ber cousin. Miss Forbes, of nsar Velio w Springs. The patrol wagon made three, runs last night, in drank a-d disorderly cases. Noth ing of special interes...

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. — 23 January 1885

GLOBE BEPUBLIO. FKIDAY EVENING, JANTJAKY 25 1885 CIT-Y MATTERS. K. M. Csmpl-ell has l'f n vnpageil as tenor in tbe High street 11. K. church iurtette oboir. Man wants 1 in little ear below his seal skin cap, nor wants that little long tbi weather. Mr. E. M. GmipWirs family have just re turned from a three weeks visit with friends in Indianapolis A brakcman on the Ohio tiou.bcrn, whose name could be learned, bad two fingers badly mashed last night while coupling cars near Storms, Ohio, a little station down the road. Rer. A. L. Wilkinson having been called from the city by the death of his mother, there will be no preaching in the First Uap- tist church next Sunday. usual. Sunday, school as Mr. E. II. Dooley, of East High strer missed his thermomeif r Ibis morning. It is a cold night Mr. Dooley, when the weather machine crawls down off the nail and hides himself. Mr. Charles A. Conahan and Mr. Phillip Dorn nave leased the Globe Printing and Publishing Company's bindery and will bo re...

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. — 24 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THIS SIMtlNGFlKLiI OlOIlE, Volume IV. Nunibur 31 il. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, JAOTARY 4, 1885 ITIIESPMNOPIELn 1133 1 U HI, I C t Volume XXX. urabor aia. , OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Ohio Valley and Teuuessre . Cloudy weather generally warmer, variable wind', lower ba rometer. Open Saturday Evenings Until 10 O'clock. Shipped rroni our factory the 21t lust.: 7024, J." Fancy Cass. Trousers at $5.00 S2, 15 " " " " 2..10 G7CS, 14 " " " ;.( 0828, 10 " " " 2.t." JOHI, 12 " " " " 3.00 CS12, S " " " ' 4.00 (;02, SUniim " " 1.25 7114, 10 Hoys' " " " 1.50 U15B, 15 " " " " 1.25 C54S, S " " " " 1.25 2S, 1 gross Cambric Hil'kls 20c eacli 1 gross 2S-in. Turkey lted " lOccach Above gomN will be placed on sale, the first of the week. ter better off In Hoys Suits, Warm Snits, Suits that look well, Salts that wear well, Suits that j on can afford to hare. Some cheap, some expensive, $2 one way, $10 the other, and $S, $4, $5, $15, $7, $S, $0 between. Where, in all the p...

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. — 24 January 1885

flKC nn HRPSiBi BkJJhjBu GLOBE KEPUBUO. SATURDAY EVEIHNft, JANUARY 24 1885. GLOBE-REPOBIJO. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BV FINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Di!ljr edition, ptr year, Daily ed.tiort, per eeV., $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning. One Dodlai a tea. An communications should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, Springfield, Ohio. SATURDAY rVESISG, JAX. 21. There is a cholera scare in St Louis. There have been two deaths there ascribed to cholera within a few days. It is a warning that the country should early be ready for the pestilence that threatens us with the opening of warm weather. Host of the reputable pres ol this coun try. Democratic as well as Republican, Southern as well as Northern, is behaving handsomely to General Grant. If the House of Representatives behave less handsomely they will be misrepresenta tives of the public wutiment of...

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. — 24 January 1885

mk'&rvLi& irixi mmmm- G&QBE KEPTJBUO.ISATUEDAY EVESraS-&, J4KVARY 24, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. xuiiy i:aition. Ii.tli.1 nrIHK HlttOU T rOK TU1S LOCAUTr. A3 KttCUKXJKD BT J. DKCKT, kirRLSSLV FOB. TUKULOEK-KKrUBLlC. January 23, iba5 MeHlnel. Fair. !!. Cloudy. SllOwing. Cloudy. 6 SO a. ui IO.to. iu . I 30 p. ui . 6:30 p. ni ... in .til p. in Mean temperature 21 above zero. Temperature ot aaioe date in ISM. 81 above. Temp-rature ot aiDCil l In "3, 3 ahjve. lomrenitur ot sauu dalo In !. 22 abort aero. ?no fall Ian night IS inches; "now water 0.10 Ineb CITY MATTERS. Word has been received here that Mr. G. W. Ilaslings i in poor health at Interlitrhen, Florida. There will be a fluting match at Lagonua, in a few weeks, for a prize, contestants to be under eighteen years ot age. The prize ia to be a $5 guld piece. A Mrs. King, lecturing in London, says: "Let a man wear a woman's dress six months and then he will hare a right fo talk about it." But sweetheart, the police, the poli...

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. — 24 January 1885

m&n ULOBE REPD-BLIG. SATURDAY .EVENING, JANTCJARY 24 1880 KX&jBa ROUSE AND PARSONS. CHAS. LUDLOW, CITY MATTERS. Mrs. Carrie Douglas has returned liouit" Irom Dajton. Hie man wliu cumiofs the office filed an J hint's tlieui up nin m-ide out is wanted. Mrs. Georpe II. -jre, ot ITpperville, Va, is Tisiung her brother, J. J. Brown, ol South l'lum, street. The dirt uleigbmp hereabout has been utilized to the utoiojl, but it is bediming to lie ridiculous. Does it want to rain, or mow, or what? The sbert reign of sleighing is about over, and the rain is mist. Firfl Lieutenant J. II Webster, of Co. II, bevenlh regiment, 0. X. G., Hamilton, has resigned h;s commission. Mr. Fred Buries, business manager of the Xeil Burpess Comedy Company, and a loyal good Ullow, is in the city to-day The public has teen doubtful all day whefher to go on runners or on wheels, and it has split the difference, with wheels in the lead toward evening. Mrs. 11. P. Thiebaud returned Irom San dusky yesterday,...

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. — 25 January 1885

wmmmmzm sa-arf J it5?&.. rr n vut w Sunday Globe -Republic ssii TJIIR HPUINttFiRLU GI-OBE, I Volurao IV. Numbor 1HH. J SPEnsTGFIELD, OH 0, SUNDAY MORNING, JAINTJAKY 25. 18? 5 TIT 13 OWEN, PIXLEY t CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Cloudy weather generally warmer, variable wind", lower ba rometer. I A.DAMiBLE OUTRAGE. itxsTJtacTiox or v 11VIL1UXOS AXV .UILIAMEXT TOWER Not going to advertise Shirts. Why should we? Half of Clark County is in the pro cession that asses the place where Shirts are retailed at Wholesale Prices. We need only to mention out-of-the-way items, such as Unlaundned Garments, 75c for 50c; Soiled Shirt 25c; Night Robes, 85c, $1 00, $1.25, $1.50. The four latter grades we would like you to bear in mind and examiue at your convenience. There, at that long counter, you will find the best Underwear this market affords. ft hatever is there, is there because it ought I d Of Loudon Attempted by Dynamite Fanat ics Iu a Cowardly Attack Upon the Object of Their Hatred, They...

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. — 25 January 1885

THE GLOBE BEPUBLIO, SUNDAY MORNINQ, JAffUABT 25 1885 b A LONG SHOT. Saw Orleans Times-Damocrat-1 Professor Wild was delivering a course of lectures on sciaaoa, to large audience.,. Ha was a great favorite with tha public, and his lectures wera Invariably entertidning ind Instructive. On the night of tha 34th of April his subject was "Projectiles" Ua began far back in ancient timet, and de ecnled, with wonderful distinctness, tha carinas old machine which the Homans used LXJBsfesJ tor .throwing great strae' agaihStM ii Aft-l.' -11. s,.A ., -m , . U i ' - W-svsuisBua-iuruucauons or Deieaguereu laWM TTl-t fl-T-m - f1--"- ""' fS ha traced the many changes and nn erovements In' the science bf DroMctiles, ua- B? til the invention of gunpowder. Here he laid laccur- l arm cast. .'when first began the series of improvements tin long-rnuje gun", which culminated in uie , wooderlul rifle and rifled cannons of the prrsant day. , He illustrated the subject with diagrams 1 "" cri a very large bla...

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. — 25 January 1885

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. 8UDJLY MORNING, JANUARY 25 1885 POTTER, AND PRYOR . A NEW ACCOUNT OF A NOTED "AF FAIR OF HONOR." .. Duel of Twenty-Flv Tear Ago, Which Did Not Take Place Dowle-Knlvea at Four Feet A Plucky Wife. Croffut In New York World A Ctdcago newspaper the other day pub lished a letter from Wisconsin speaking of the town where John F. Potter lives and the farm which he works, and then it gave an editorial version of the duel which was barely prevented at the beginning of the war between him and Roger A. Pryor, of Virginia the popular and falsa version, of course. Sc on Monday I called on Mr. Pryor, at h s office on Wall street, to get his version of I he story. Ue has been an active lawyer in this city for wine fifteen years now, and has risen to a large practize, his black eyes, tawny complexion and long black shaggy mane being conspicuous in all our courts. I found him in, but when I broached the matter he said, "1 must decline to reopen the matter of that quarrel. For a q...

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. — 25 January 1885

feS i&&& j yyfti 33BB GHX)SE BEPUBUQ. SUBfPAY MOBSISg. JAmiARY 2S 1885. MfLWV TAJSk GLOBE-REPUBLIC Published Every Sunday Horning CLGBE-REPUBL1C BUILDINE, WESTH1GH ST. Two Dollar t Per Voar, JJUvo Coiitw Xor Copy. x:kired by Carrier to Any fart of the ttfy. AiUffis ill Communications to the SIXDAY tiLOBE-llEPULLIC, Springfield, O. JJA.1L.X HJCJTHB.lt HJSfUtiT VCKllilSLOClLXTlT, AS BKCOMDIED BT J. DBCBT, LXrBBSSLT KB TUB ULOEK-KltFUBUC. JJU uTJ 25, iia 4 .JO.. ae-so.. :o0j. 6:W.. 10.30 1. 'leu ttlnu l0-t U K SP S E . 25 E earner. Fair. Uuj. feiiowing. Cloudy. 4ie. u teiuper&ture 21 abore aero. Temperature cl mu. dale id 1M4, 31 above. Teisperaluie ol taint uj la leos, 3- above. leuifwraiure ol aaue uale iu Iss:, 22 above aero. Eniw (all last nignil)f Inches: snow water 0.10 nth. tiLMJAz JUOJtMAUtJJiX. S3, 1SS5. 3COTIGK. On the 20th inst the entire control oi tiietubscription list, street and news-stand sales of the Scmuy Glubk Rki-ubuc was old to Win. M. Harris. Comme...

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. — 25 January 1885

M3B QLOBB KEFPBIIO. SDKDAY MORaTSTGr, JAJOJABY 25, 1885--EIGHT RAGga RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. WALKS JLSIi TALKS AJIOVT CUAMPIOX C1TX. ZHJl By Un Who Keeps Erea and Ear Open fur the Itenetlt ot hprlugfleld Headers Artistic, Musical, Geueral and Local Motes of Iuterest to bprluctleld Headers. The winter winds, as they sweep down from Bowlusville, bring a rumor that will cause the cold chills to race up and down the spines of Democrats with a hankering (or the Springfield postoffice, like lightning on a greased telegraph wire. The report is, that Captain Bowltts, the til-known Democratic politician ot that bamlet, is a distant connec tion of Vice President Hendricks by mar riage, and that he will therefore get the post office immediately on the accession of the Democrats to the administration. It is said that this familj relationship will outweigh all other influences that can be brought to bear on the office by Springfield Democrats. There is another rumor on the streets that Mr. F. 11. I...

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. — 25 January 1885

reiTrf- OKQ r'lt3?5K3 THE GLOBE HEFCHBI2CL SITNDAY MORNHTS, JAlftJAEY 2B 1885 ASTRAY. Afar In the west the tuu went down In a ghimmerln? mist of guidon rain, X the grumbling- herd swept o er the crown Of a frraesy mound on the rolling1 plain. A thousand wlld-ej ed, sa age head, Spurrt-d by the j ell of a savugu train. That swunr the lash they had learned to dread With cruel, lite shots, and maddening pain. "Bound 'em up, Dick 1" and a low-browed man On a horse foam necked, and with rapid rant. Flew like a hawk with wines aslant At the mutluoun break In tho foremost tumped aehast. Us a prairie spring, 1'rom ribbon irrass and pltclu r plant Plaiting a irirli-h crown ami ritiir. Sat tho child of a w aniU.rlng cmlffrant- Bight In tho track of a thundering herdl 1th round uj ei staring at the sight, Bejond the reach or warning word. Iter Up a-uult r with amrighU niclit in the track of lilnt) fwt. Hard as tho ow nt r of the ranch. Hi r huir entwined with How era to moot IKath s face benea...

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. — 25 January 1885

TUMWl i,MU!.. "-.'i1 THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. BUISDJiY MORjIKG, JAJSTTJAHY 25 1885 OUR NAT1YE WINES. WHAT A DEALER HAS TO SAY OP THEIR GROWING POPULARITY. Foreign Wine and Labels Itecomlng Do fashionable The Cse of Drug In Adulteration A Dealer's Prophecy of the Future. Chlc&co nerald.1 "Are native American wines growing in favor in CbicagoP asked a reportar of a dealer. "It a greater call for them by tbeir Ameri can names is an indication of increasing pop ularity they are certainly growing in favor," he replied. "1 he fact is Americans are get ting their eyes open to the fact that for some years the larger portion of the wine they have been drinking from bottles bearing a foreign label was purely American, and, as a result, the wines are called for in their own American names. There are.toiterprising in dividnals in every section of the country who have large factories where foreign wine is manufactured cut of American. The American wine is thrown into the rata, and if cot up to th...

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. — 25 January 1885

tmm r - "J ' 'H ' ' aHMHMaHHHBHiHBii TBI ' VS1:', ?ss:Mt o rt&-i INTELLIGENCE. vrjrjw r acoisK-hEPvnuc W . KVPefeTXlC. w "?k &, : Of Mrs. aUebarrf Knnlt n.a Mahal MLRT'TNim 1 wt?AW - - r 3 A Tfc Tfi Springfield Cockroach. n Episode A Stolen Clock Uia- . KuUler Reporter at Fault ,iL Biattecatg, m v. . . . - . iw. BecocKrocn is n ola Jnoneer of Sprmc- .11. Itld.. "He Xaa tlTS fen here. He is here ?Ss v- BSBCfOaMr. and aluim m dicruvutinn villi. K "erereitfeer to red9f ha, census enumeration C"diBrBt,irrds,'or to goaivay. Thing ; V i -core en are miirajj inspected Dy mm in ' X,,fc piatty, htore they-are exposed to the ,Mi)UT. .He lores to waltz over the icy roa&d the tkncerooi edges with the greatest rptaaaSre-and "arility, and looks down the hole "lmifcmieMIaTrUh solemn interest, as if he 55iaeetiBj; a bear-pit. lie liTes in the L:Vfcldaa aa welt aa in h nnita1itnf4a with M-r-- r , "-- i " p-J M, and is as alien found dead '-gfcilK it WTtom of a whisky straight, as r55 MAO...

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. — 26 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic nuns i-jfitiNsii,ii3iJi gloiii:, i Volumo IV. Numtor 3i:t. f t SPBmGFJELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2G, 1885 OWEN, PIXLEY A. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Cloudy weather generally warmer, variable winds, lower barometer. THE DYNAMITE EXPLOSION. I volume XJLX.. Numbor i:i. What Will Go TO Excitement and Itage ol the People or London. Irish Papers Denounce the Outrages. James Gilbert Cunningham Ex amined at Bow Street. Broken lines in Underwear. The Wool Stripes $1.00 for 50c. The Scotch Gray 50c for 40C. Blue mixed 40c for 25c. Then the odd pieces from the many broken lines we picked out Saturday, $1 your choice. These are remnant garments from ex pensiue lines, $1.25, $1.50 and $2 originally. Fifty Pairs Striped Mittens at 20c per pair; 100 pairs Big Red Mittens in Boys' sizes 20c per pair. Then the Boys' Knee Pant Suits, 15 left at $2; 9 at $3, and a goodly number at better prices; 4 Gray Melton Overcoats $8 for $5, and 4 great stacks in assorted f...

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. — 26 January 1885

E&ai SLOBE-REPUBHC. DAIIY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. kOK-RCPUBUC BUILDINO, WEST HIQH T. Car. Walnut Alley. TERMS! Sa'Ijrsditlea, per year, a!ljr edition, par week, $7.50 IS cants. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMHOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Usutd Every Thursday Morning, OSB DOIiliAS? A TEAr?. AD wmraunlcationi should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS k CO, Sprlafletd, Oak. MOSDAY EVEMAO.JAA' 26. Evarta is said to look like Julius Caaar. If Mr. J. Caisar had been born into the English language and a pair of breeches, the resemblance, it is thought, would have been still more striking. The Chicago News rises to this explana tion: The Swedish riksdR has opened. The Swedish nksdac. it should be explained, is a sort of legislature not unlike our own rib dag at Springfield. The senate resolution of Bayard in con-1 demnation of the London crime against civilization on Saturday was the appro priate thine; and Edmunds's bill against dynamiters in this country, prepared ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 26 January 1885

GLOBE 'BEFUBI30. MONDAY' ETBNTNGV JANTIAJtT 28; 1888 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. iniiy x.aition. IUJ1.1 HitATHhK KtSHlttt URTHlSLOC-UTr, AS aitCMaDXn BT J. DBU1Y, BXrSEULT FOB TUB HLOEE-KBFCBLIC. January 23, leta ru toluo Mr either. " JO a. m 16 8 E LtSnowlng 10-SOa. in 21 H E llaty. J:oOp.nj 20 N E Fir. SO p. " vu K dear. 10.S0p.m U E Clear. Mean ui)jture 23 aboreaeru. Temperature of uu,t date id IsJM, 12' alxne. Temperature ol aine lxt In l".. It' above. Temperature ol -mi data In IS8J, SS abet aero. CITY MATTERS. Chas. Slyer returntj, Saturday, from a risit with friends in Indiana. Mr. Mart Erans, tbe highly proficient anil greatly eateemed assistant' in llakhaus and Go's, pharmacy, spent Sunday in ilechanics burg. Mr. Anson Moore, a "Champion" man lo cated at Baltimore, Maryland, arrived here Saturday afternoon in search of a warmer climate. Mr. Ross Mitchell is not putting a supply of ice in his Fruit House on Factory street, this season. He proposes to make some im portant changes in th. ...

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. — 26 January 1885

CITY MATTERS. Mr. W. Magic, of Chicago, is t the Arcade. Miss Xettie McClure, of Xrnia, is visiting iu the city to-day. Charles Darlington, K$q of Xenia, is at the Lagonda House. Dr. K. T. Collins, of South Charleston, is at the Arcade Hotel. Miss Ida Straver has returned home after a month's visit at Hillsboro. The Uncle Tom's Cabin company is stop ping at the Lagonda House. Mrs. Wiseman, of Tiffin, Ohio, is visiting Mrs. Samuel Clark, of West Columbia street. Mr. J. T. Tuttle is about to put up an eight room residence on Ferncliff avenue. Mr. Ed. Wren is confined to the boiue with a large carbuncle on the back of the neck. Lieutenant J. M. Morgan, of the Royal Navy, England, is registered at the Arcade. Capt. L. K. Doty, of Columbus, President of the Ohio CoM Exchange, was in the city to-day. Mrs. II. II. Kookes left this morning tor Leesburg, Ohio, to spend a few weeks with relatives. Mrs. Julia Burnett had a slight stroke of paralysis, Sunday night. Dr. L. M. Potter says that sh...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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