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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 18 August 1885

rJCSr25Sftsti; ;3'?Wiww!iii SS&KS&aiS tiivsi'''t;iwttaaTiiai wsssww juan mmmumi astronaut iitiifldafeA8ti I ft rjnmmiiini ' n mm ii Hi n in "ttr GLOBE KEt v ttNG, AUGUST 18 1885 -"--wtoBjj.x.n i Mm i iMimitiime!afttimaaaiau "ja itzfl SS ZOOAt BMBrtTlMB, Thfi coot (Uj are Just what the corn needs to check Its growth and give it an opportun ity to ripen, Anlbony lodge No. 455, r nd A. M., holds the stated communication tonight for work In the Initiatory degree. Vliltlng tirelhren Invited. The county commissioners transacted no business yesterday beyond the passage ol long list of claims In connection with ditch work and lor legal services. The democratic winter of discontent Is made glorious summer by the promise that n more comprehensive meaning Is to be given the terra "ollenslve partisan." The ladles of the Methodist Protestant church will hold a social at Mr. Wm. Ilerron's, on Clark street, two doors west of Factory, on Thursday evenlog ot this week, Aug. 20. A cordial inv...

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. — 19 August 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic rrtir: hiuinokikm uiaoitis, i Voluiun V. Nlimi.or It'ii f SPIlLNGFiELD, ODIO, "WEDNKSOA Y EVENfKC;, AUGUST 10, 1885. . mft5fflSSfii5L fis; Wj j m M ft Imllrntliilifl. WAfliitNnTnv, Aim 10 1'or lYnnpaaee anil Ohio Valloj Hlit;lit collier: Keiurnlljr fair weather; rarlaijlo wlnila. "CAUTION!" Thero is much downright choat ing in clothing, and moro than in any other class of merchandise; and as much bungling from igio ranco and want of technical skill as in any sort of manufacture. Tho makors who put togethar clothing in custom shapo are fow. Tho retailers who handle proporly made garments aro few. The manufacturers who supply con sumers direct from their factory are except'ons. tOE THE EXCEPTIONS! There is a wido difference bo tween proporly made garments at a low prir.o and what is termed in business "slop-matio " The for mer we make and retail. The lat ter is what we havo to contend with in our ov?ry day business. This is why we guarantee results from com...

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. — 19 August 1885

X acywgayyffri mn WWWWHWIHW'1 IfJiWLl. ... - J"M rflXMNTJttMBMM!?!. SHEETS: "JI&i&iaiaaHtUnMfHtAH 'iW .7 Jlwv-i'iB.vz i'"7 iItmlU Bee. .sJ fin1" ' ' i ii m .l-Nii'MllUM'i.. ihimi. TITE GLOWS REPUTiLlC, WEDNESDAY TSVTSSTiirO. AUGUST 1f W. ii i in amfcmiwn .niiwiAthr-r. -.'- ns..--" -. mywapumtim.umu i a 1 ii I1 ii ' mi i1 vt i 'i i i ii iwr ii iiM? i1 T ft" i -iri11 -wfi""' n1 m aijJhi ';;'; "'wl"l -f ' Tiii 11 i , - , - .n ,..,,, , .i,, .,-71 , I iif" ii SLOBE-REPUBLIG. DAILY, SUNDAY AMD WEEKLY. Ill Only Pip'f In tn Eighth Congressional OHIflcl Rtcelilng Associated Prei Dispatches. PUBLISHED BY THE SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO. THE EVENING GLOBE-REPUBLIC Is published every evetilng except Holiday, and is delivered t ttit rule ol live r week. Mingle copiea3a. THE SUNDAY GL0BE-REPU8LIC Is Issued fiery Holiday morning, and Ii del verwl to subscrib er, at J.! per year 8nul cuplos Be. THE WEEKLY GLOBE-REPUBLIC I' published every Thursday, ami Is one ol the mint com p'ele family news...

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. — 19 August 1885

L?ivm i1 i ' ' ii i1 1 ii'H'P iHWMBMWtH i ill1" ''li I flVri iWil BiWriBW l'till 'i ff JWMBMWlWHMIMWBIWMWiM IHff" I III11! 'I I TOi(dttMMts(SMasKHjafflaatisMii GLOBE REPTJBL.O. AVEDimSDAY EVENING, AD GUST 10 1885 ss!5!!Es 1 GIOBE-RKPUIMJ. lally mdltlnti. M.UI.I HHATIIKH H K I II Ht ronTHUtnttLtTr, i.i ttmiitiio r , DtuaT, """' roil Tin (iuini-iirUHLic. August la, ISSi, li..Ta. in ," ln::io a. tn ....... v:w i. i .. c :w p. m ... . 10:.T p. mi TemlWInd Weather. t'lear I lear Fair Pair 8 W H W M W s w H W fair; Mom tcMi.ritnri 71', temperature .1 snine alto In 1H84 ;f ahure. Temperature ot mu tn In imj 77" aliote. Temperature ol iimo dale In l.", ui" ahoto rero. l.ttOA I, Hltl'.VlTlKS. IM. ICellej-, I1111111I ilrimk Again, wna run In lij- Olliocr Musi Inst evening. II M InirKlnm seem to )jo working Dayton nnd Xenla with rnnshlcrnbln success. A Urga cicirslon pnsseil thruuitli hero this morning from Dayton en routo tn Uulumliiuv Xenlu ngrtlnst Springfield, return Riiine, nt association...

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. — 19 August 1885

n'tj-ava'v'-)Ar.Jin' e.it i'j-V4i PiyW-WRgTOI., -,l. i . . .1 ll - agaafflBM i'jr-JSai t& .v ' sjTWIi? " i mi i u ... u Tea? lil'i, A GLOBE BETUBIIO. WEDJSTESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10 1885 Iv.- ' Jf -.ii 1 $3 v- ."-'ff . ii U 3 1 t. K re-.' j r -. '.!. t.nvAh itHitrtTitia. 0. M. Ilotiueisoti, general inAndi!'' I. B. A Vf., paused through here last ermine. Ctm. E. I'ntrlc, of this cltT. h8 1'een grnnte-d a patent for ,orc6 ,cei JinK n"1" clilne. Tho little daughter of O. M. Seller, o iwdlr icaldeil tbe other day, has almost re covered. Mr. John K. HoRao, trarellng pixenger agent Denver and Ulo Orande railroad, is In the city. Miss Uly Dowdnll, ol Philadelphia, is the guest of Miss Nellie Johnson, of South Mar ket street. Most of the delegates to the democratic Hate convention left last night and this morn ing lor Columbus. Mr. D. M. Stewart, of Xenla, Is In the city today on business connected with extensive land Interest In Texas. Agnes, the little daughter ol Mr. JohnGor min, ot I...

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. — 20 August 1885

- MMmaMMWMagiB MMMMWHBWMaHMmMiaw wnwiniT - iMiiiMBMiiiiilWilMWrfflWnf tjjwiwwiwm'ww11 wmriw ii ' .uggsenasacaayig; Springfield Globe -Republic I'll "13 HIMUNOKIELO 9 1 , It 14, I Volume) V. Number ilVil f SPKIJtfGFIELD, 01LI0, TIirUHDAV UVENlN(i, AUGUST 20, 1885. I volume XXJL1. Number UU. in nil nil HUM MB I 'I I li I I III 'Ills I ll I ' I 1 1 II I Will ilH III MM lij illnSimsWllI ' BriBfcllSBySBiBiSBiJaiiiBiBiBiBiBiBiBiBSBiBiBiBMSBiBMM ilSiBi BiM,lMWBiMIISBiMIS I' iM K.'W KHEypTfiyaiiffjafMrr " ' 'immir , ,, mrKTrrrr7r' n,,. .. - ,. m'Wt m. f mllrntluiia. Waaminiitov, Aui. 20 for Tennessee nil Ohio Valley Kair weather, lotlowcd In northern portion lijr loeal rains; variable wind, becoming southerly; holier temper-nturc. A Broad Side. The entire west side of that quintuple combination of large store rooms well and widely known as Owen Brothers' Leading Clothing House, of Springfield, Ohio, is devoted exclusively to Neckwear, Col lars, Cuffs, Shirts, Underwear, Suspenders, Rubber O...

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. — 20 August 1885

igplg lifjF SuStvt m f . ; ' t i &'. cyTT"" ' ''" " ' - ' --- '" " ' " ,,...' . .. , .H.IIH. !) iiiiiwipi VLOBE-REPUBLIO. DAILY, SUNDAY AUD WEEKLY. The Only Pap ' In ln Eighth Congrtstlonal Dlllrlcl Rectltlng Associated Press Dispatches. PUBLISHED BY THE SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO. THE EVENING GLOBE-REPUBLIC U publish! erery ewpliu except Sunday, and is delivered at the rate of lc per wef It. Hlngle copiea.l THE SUNDAY GLOSE REPUBLIC Is ImuihI etery HuhUr morning, mid U delivered to tnibscrlb era at tl ier year 8mle copies (Sc. THE WEEKLY GLOBE-REPUBLIC ( published every 'Ihuntday, and 1 one of the most cunt plelefamllr newspapers In the country eight lVfi, markets complete, lteplela with news and i.ilsiell&uy. Jl ier year, inturUibiy cash in AdTAUtO. JiUtresi atl rommunictUwni to SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO., SPRINGFIELD. O. TUVIISUA VJ:'EJXG,A UG. 20 18S5. lMUTMIIMIII' M)TICK. The jinrtiif rslilp of KiMin.Xiiiiiiii.lO, wiim by riiulmil convent iiH.oUeii Autetiat lt lvtf. Oh t...

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. — 20 August 1885

qlobe nEFcrmjg TmjrisftAY evtstotg, ad oust 20 1886 GLOHE-REPUiiLIO. Inlly Ildll Ion. T-T-rr.r - - - - T TTT llll DA I Li! WHATltKH HMI'OHT WO THIS LOCAL'TT, AS COtDD ST 1. D1UBT, p.i.T ro th nt.oat-airuat.ic. August I'l, S6. Weather. Kair ' l'lr fair Clear 1 liar fi 'I I a in 10,10 a in 2 HI in 0 30 p. m in to p in Mean temperature 71 . femperature i ..in dite In l&M, 7'i" above. Temperature of mnn i tn In IMS 0' atiove. Temperature of sunn date In I?, r.9 above re ro. - ! i.ouai. iinr.riTih.i. Tim tiatinl clintiRo in the patrol lorco look rflut loeUy, olllcers W'nlker and C'rolt golnjj on night, nnil Poster iinJ Woods on eUy ilutv. The ilice of the In'e Iter, DatM Winters, of Piytoti, will probably be lilleil by Sipilre 11.11 Sirf, ot that city, lie married three couples yeslenUy and one today. The ame of bull here between the X en I as and Malleable) was postponed, by telegram from the fjrnirr, until Friday alternoon. Next week, two days, the team plays In Ken ton. A force of...

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. — 20 August 1885

wmmmmmmmmmmtMBsm:, SpscamKi '" l--'gS"cs3?g i' fllfffflltBrV ill m m .jp- si Ik r-i t - laiV i ' " . i .-... i SEW ' WWJi flMWMI lHilMr VUKMlthXT. It If found that the locuittl lmge.l the mireery slock rj cotiiIilerabl)r at New Cur llile. I,ocM trade teems1 to lure rencheil Its low. nt ebb about a week ago, for It ll now pick. Inf; up couildersbiT. The New Carlisle base-balllsts want the Springfield bovs to practice with Xenla before visiting that place again. Major (Joodwln had only one case Ibis ar ternoon, that of t'. l Morris for drunken ness. He was fined $1 and costs. A water wagon broke down this morning, by the life line tracks, on Limestone street, dehtjlng the street cars for some time. This morning Dr. Campbell drore his horse onto the sidewalk at the corner of High and Limestone streets and the animal fell down. No damage was done. Mr, Henry J. Gosman was thrown from an express wagon yesterday afternoon and received a fracture of the collar-bone and dis located his right...

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. — 21 August 1885

fcj!ssoggt'sp ,i mwi tijsmiww'S "Mmemsmsmmmmmi mm MawOTMawawaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa: ,J a l'1"' Springfield Volume V. Number Initlr-ntloiia. WAaiiiNOTon, Atiir. 21. For Ohio Valley nil Tennessee tnciil region VnrUblo whirls Incoming wester! vj stationary followed In western portion by lowir temperature. CHRONIC KICKERS Say "Everything is going to the dogs." To meet the requirements of the times, we put morfost val ues upon every article of mer chandise in our line. The set of people talking hard times and everything going to the dogs, hava but to examine our stock and learn prices to be convinced that despite the gen eral h wl of chronic kickers, times are good and everything goes swimmingly on. The Men's Suits at $3, $5, $6, $8, $9, $10 and $15. The separate Trousers at $2.50 The Chart Shirts at 40c. The Gauze Undershirts at 15c. The Jean Drawers at 40c. The Linen Collars 3 for 25c. The powerful Suspenders at 15c. The Boys'Jersey Suits at $2.50. The Shirt Waists at 20c, 30c and 40c, parti...

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. — 21 August 1885

VP-JSJawTStflr' . imumJMHifca .ir..sawSh.aaea.SawtJawaaBBftJtSaataaaJMt.tlr ,"5" afJSJ k4AJ!rMlHll! 1 1"" i I ii1 1 sTBtitjifegtit I ...uJ THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. ITODAT EVENING, ATTGUSfT 21 1885 u l , m Kr. sw X m SLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY, SUNDAY AND WEEKLY. Tht Only Pap In las Eighth Congrculonil District Ricelilng Associated Pratt Dispatches. PUBLISHED BY THE SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO. THE EVErsINO GLOBE-REPUBLIC I' published every evening eicepl Sunday, and Is delivered at the rate ot lte. per week. Single copleadc. THE SUNDAY GLOBE REPUBLIC la Issued every Sunday morning, and Is deliver-d to subscrib er at S2 per year. Hintle copies 5c. THE WEEKLY GLOBE-REPUBLIC It published every Itiuraday, and la one of the raosl com p'ele farnllv newspapers In the country , eight paos, markets complete, Replete with news au'l miscellany. II per year, tawriuMy cub In advance. Aililieil all communtciUwm to SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO., SPRINOFIELD, O. FKIDA Y KVES1SG,A J.21. 1885. P.VUTNi:Ksllir NOTIUK...

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. — 21 August 1885

flUHHWJ--y'"' --jp-mMMMaamamaammumamaMmm ffffymwm' GLOBE REPtrjiLIQ, FRTDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21 1885 'til? , , ,SS5 IK Our Great Closing Out Sale which Commenced on Saturday, August 8th, 1885, will Continue Two Weeks Longer. We will offer during this great sale thousands of bargains in each and every department. The goods must be sold. We mean business. J"TJQT LOOIC AT THE FOXi21iO"VIliTGh QTJOTATIOnSTS. 200 Dozen Udies' Extra Heavy Cotton Hose, 5c per pair. 100 Dozen Ladies' Extra Heavy Cotton Hose, 10c per pair. 350 Dozen Extra Heavy Merino Hose at I2c per pair. These goods are actually worth 20c per pair. 400 Drzen Full Regular Made Latest Novelties tadlos' Hose at 25c; former price 35, 40 and 50c. 800 Dozen Gents' Half Hose, assorted styles, from 5 to 25c per pair. 350 Dozen Misses' Plain Black Silk Lisle Hose, Extra Heavy Quality, at 25, 30 and 35c per pair ; worth at least from 40, 50 to 65c per pair. 100 Dozen Gents' Suspenders, from Auction, at 121c nor pair; worth 25c. SPECI...

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. — 21 August 1885

it i 1 tj"fWi;'glfr ., mm a. utoni i, QLOBJg itotTBttd frflflUAV fiV&rtM, AtfdtfB 21 1885. MS & MM Mm '.attVrf I H I ..I ffi. w Lt.. tssryi ," LOCAL ttHitri tins, I.. 0. Acttt and Qtcrga BarrJ wert rtin In at loltercrt last night. DtIJ Willlttni was tun In laat night at plain drunk and dlaordetlj. Fred Mistier and alike Clatke were lent up on the hill jeiterdaj for tafr 'keeping. Officer Record arrested L. 0. Acret and Oeo. Banei laat night for loitering about the premitca cf other persona. The Xenlu came up thti forenoon and lock horni with the Malleablci at association park this afternoon. A amall crowd Is present. Philip Djnde was arretted on a warrant laat night by Officer Record lor getting drunk and railing a noise In the Kast End Wednes day erenlng, Katie Llsic, a girt residing on Kast Main Itreet waa arrested by the marshal this morn ing on a warrant issued a week ago for using profane language. Today is r picnic for the hotils. The La gonda has the JlcNIsn, Johnson ...

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. — 22 August 1885

wWMSimKlftM ?viW!83wtfiteiMSi!3iSISHi o Springfield Globe -Republic VII 14 HIMlUVUI'MI-ll! CiT.OlIU, I Volumo V. Number tirn f SPKL&GFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1885. VIIM HrillNOFUjHjUM 11131'tJIITIO Volum.IXXI, Number aal. " liiitlrntlima. Wahiiincitoi', Alii. 22 -Tor Ohm Valley and Tcnnesaec (Irncrnlly Inlr wentlirr; vari able winds; (Unlit fill, lulleincd liy nearly stationary leinj nrnlurp. TWO Collars', ft pair of tulT, nnd a fancy percale ttiirt all rcmly to In put on, ft dollar. Others 75c, some $1 2ri. Stripes, narrow, medium, broad, liitir line, dote, figure? willed! ? How many? "rienl" brand otiirl s, of Utlcii Nonpareil Muslin, ol the beat Irish linen front nnd wristliindu, double bnck and front, wellstnld, well made, liouu I all round, continuous bark faring. What mo thoy made tor? They're made to beat all other shirta made and to keep the shirt trade at home. They're won derlul shins, eurjtlilng Is best alwut thein except the laundry. They need retouc...

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. — 22 August 1885

IZ-TiliiWu"l''tl't'"r''1"''' ' in hi i i i I ' j yTi i '""" ' ' TTTE GLOBE TiTiPUBLTO, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22 1R85 VLOBE-BEPUBUO. DAILY, 5UNDAV AND WEEKLY. the Only Pip In tne Eighth Congreitlonal Dlilrlcl Recelilng Atloclsttd Press Dispatch. PUBLISHED BY THE SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO. THE EVENING GLOBE REPUBLIC In imiMU.iiv! etr) wTenitut exiept Sunday and Is dtlltetrd at ihe rate of 15c rcek. Hhiglt coi'letiJa. THE SUNDAY GLOBE REPUBLIC M luiued ffery Hundar morning, and i deliver J to tuliacrlb its at 92 f year Hun. ft copie V. THE WEEKLY GLOBE-REPUBLIC U tubHihr.l very lhuritJay, and Is out of Uit muni com plfte faiuilv tifwiMirra In tlif country , eight pa-ten, markets compute Kopletp with nps and tnlikt'llanr tl per jear, iimri.iMy cnh tn advance. A U ret a all mrnmuntaUions to SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO., SPRINGFIELD, O. am ruJtOA r h yema u, a uo. n isss. 1'i:tm:uiiii' noiick. Tho partnership of Kinnm, Nu hois Oct , uns by timtiiiil cnLeiiT tllsHcilvctl August I, Hs.) (M...

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. — 22 August 1885

GLOBE KEFOTOJO. SATURDAY EVICNTNO, ATI OUST !2 188B GliOIJK-RKPUUIiKl. Dully Ildll Ion. lt.il I. I HHATItKH HHI'OHt roa vms i.oc'SLtvv, aii inooaDan it J. Diuav, '.bssi.y rm tm HUin-mrUM.lc. tlcm l"iiiraluri 7ll i rempomtura j! inf dtte In 114, W atiovo. l.mixralur. ot atinr ..in In tARS 7.lu aliovn. lenapcratur, of nine dat In I s ', 77 aliom ,ro. lifiiu rain hikI tiiucli 'liiimlcr and llglitnlnc Amount of rain fall, I i Inches r hovAL mt ten T1KS. Sonic of llic Nenin ipriUtlor salil it was very pour kiiiiic, Tim imlrul "n'on was called nut to llic (). 9. Blmp." sislniiy nftrrtuioii, to liaul In a ruiiplp of liuclii'ts of cmiily that had liven pUilci) mill hldilrn in n field nrnr there. Her. Dr. (lolwald, of York, Ph., one of the allied ilMois of the Hnlld Lutheran church, mid non, wilh his family, vlallitiR his liro'tli-er-iu-iaw, Colonel David King, in this city, nill premli tomorrow niorniiiK in lllgii street M. I!, ihurcli, CuptHiu Wist, who has been commander of the "SiMeenlh ...

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. — 22 August 1885

!Wr wyrr? .Tr.'i .Mil llHiliii i j iiBHWHiM WM GLOBE REPUBUO. SATURDAY EVEISTNCt, AUGUST 22 1885 ."'L,-W I XHBRULL anwwiii 1 1 immmmmmm iiCr "" "' " M 7 iOTiOTWurm. '. n-i vr"!,jw wg y. ttggMMBggBl 7. OC.t. MtKVlTir.l. Tbeloeson the pinning mllllast Sunday tilRht, was adjusted jciterilay at $1,53?.08 ml jmIJ. The estimate li said to be a reason able on p. When the mayor had fined Sam lr, the chinaman, yeiterdaj- for Mag drunk, the latter replied : "Sammy no HWee to go to lockee up shop." J Only one arrcsi lime yesterday noon. It was the old Inff Itabte Dan Fitzgerald, off the chain gang and drunk two hours afterwards. He was given $10 and costs by the mayor. A light occurred In Crother's fancy store yesterday between a couple ol dollr. One ol them knocked the other down, and Id tailing It fell against a plate glass window, making a hole similar to that made by a large bullet. No arrests have yet been made. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all Odd Fellows, fatniliei and friend4, 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. — 23 August 1885

mMMmmwmmmmmmmmmmiimtAM . .... . . .... ...... i.nii.Tiiiirni - -- iiiMwiMMiiiiiiltliTiriTrBiwiiiiiiiiirnitritTllllllinilliaiWmttmwrMn 1bt$$i .Vim.. ip1.miii iiitjtiiiiMiimsMriitiirmiiiiiisMiiaiiii -, fyyT SiTwSy" KT! -JsPfBHHffit Ejrrf LIC ft. 1 ' ' ' ""' '' ii s.iii ij jyJHH ljSm " Sunday Globe -Republic - -- ' T1IR HlltlNUlIKI1 GIOIIB, I Tolumo IV. Number JH7. J SERINGFIEIJ), OHIO, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1885. I Til IB HPBINQFIBLM BBPOHLIO I (Tolnm XXX. Number M7. 1 J4aH . Indications. Wasiiiinoton, Aug. 22 For Ohio Valley and Tennessee Generally lair wtnlhcr; vari able wlnila; slight fill, followed by nearly stationary temperature. RELIABLE STATISTICS Are highly instructive, exceedingly useful in many ways, and, with all, interesting to prop erly constituted minds. Statistics,hpwever,like humorous literature, to be relishod must not be presented to the mind in very large doses at anyone time. The whole number of kinds and styles that are com prised in our vast as sortment of ...

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 August 1885

s.yWllB??sJli W Ktuvj?- i i tf- ;w 'VU t-if ' 1 .'1 v :i . S ' H, THE GLOBE REPUBUO.STINPAT MORNING, AUGUST 23 188B. ! it st ar. L& CARRISTON'S GIFT. BY HUGH CONWAY. Author of "Called Hack," "Drk Days," "A Family Affair," etc. told nv rniLli- on a mi, . ., London I'AHT TIIK VI KMT. CKAl'TEH I. I wish I hml tbo courage) to liegln this tale iy turning to uy professional visiting Issiks, nn I taking at random any month out it tlio Inst twenty years, gl ve Its record an a fair sample of my onllnnry work. Tlio dismal extract would tell you what a doc tor' I niDlxwo I may say a jumwful doc tor' lot in, when his practice lloi 111 a poor nnl densely isipulatod district of leondon. Dreary as such a beginning might lie, it would ts-rbaps allay some of the Incredulity which this Inlo may probably provoki , as It would plainly show how llttlo room thero Is for things Imaginative or romantic In work no hard as mine, or unions such grim reali ties of tocrty, pain anl grief as theo by which I ...

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 August 1885

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