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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 27 January 1885

WMmm Springfield Globe -Republic THE NPHINOFIEI.il GLOUE, I Voiiimo IV. Number 311. 1 SPKENGFIEIJ, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, JANTJAET 27, 1885 1 Volume X.3LX. Number "u. OWEN, PIXLEY t CO. Ohio Valley hdJ Tennessee Cloudy weather generally colder, variable winds, lower ba rometer. The cold wave flag suggests warm clothes, and the old weather that is here to verify the prediction, converts the suggestion inte an imperative demand. The first step in the process of habit ing one's self in harmony with the weather, is to see that the nearest, most confidential envelope, in point of fact, the Underwear, con forms to the requirements of the season. These AH Wool Knit Un dergarments (Domestic and Im ported) in all the colors and grades, and those Camel's Hair Textures too, are particularly calculated to put a man in comfortable relations with low temperatures, and will surely yield to those who invest in them big and long continued dividends of satisfaction. To particularize each separate lin...

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. — 27 January 1885

GLOBE BEPUBLIO. TUESDAY EVENING, JASTCTARY 27 1888. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY CQfNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. kLOK-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIOH ST. Car. Walnut Alley. TERMSi ally sdltlos, per ytir, -tllytdltiMVpwvM - $7.50 tjcsets. Weekly Globe-Republic. JUMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i tnutd Every Thursday Morning, Ohb Dollar a yEA. M csmrannlcitiwi should U addratssd tt KINNEY NICHOLS k CO, Sprlagasld, Oats, TUESDA.T EVES1SO.JAS. 27. Phelan says that Rossa is a fraud. That depends. He seems to have got in some genuine work on Phelan's body. It is not to be wondered at that old man Gladstone is sick. .The Jingo newspapers of England think he has good cause for being dead. We must look out for the fiery defense that General A. D. McCook promises to make to the attack made on him by Gen eral Grant in the February Century. Major-General John Pope, whose head quarters used to be in his saddle, but are now in an easy-chair in San Francisco, proposes an exploration of o...

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. — 27 January 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EYENING, JjOTJARY 27, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully Edition. DAll.H n f.AlU I.H tZHfOKT rjKTHIS LOCAL1TV. AS KKCOUDXD BI J. DSCBT, KXPKK8SLT rOKTHE fcLOt'E-XKPCBLIC. Janutry 20. I&&5 "J0. m. . 10-SOa.ra 2:0 p. in 6 SO p. u It SO p. ra IV U ID. 0 S K 4 H K 3 N E 4 K r e Clear. Fair. Kalr. Fair. Kalr. Mean le ip(raui 3.3s aliovescro. Touiierature of saiue date, io 184 12 above Temperature ot atmei.itr lu ihs, 25 abftve. ttfiuperitture of same datMn 18, 53 aboie zero. It is unrouituou to have a snow itorm with teni perature 4 abort aero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. 0. 11. Huge, of Chicago, is stopping at the Arcade Hotel. Mr. J. M. HcKinley, of Davton, is regis tered at the Arcade. Mr. Fred E. Todd etartej for Kansas last evening (or permanent location. Mis. S. F. King '3 u'e to sit up in her room, alter a severe spell of malarial fever. The County Commissioners met Yesterday and allowed the usual latch of Mondav bills. George Alfred Townsend, who lectures to night a...

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. — 27 January 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVmiNe,rJJLNTJAKT 27 1886 CITY MATTERS. Mr. A. Holcotab, of Sprinefield, m 'he Hotel Emery, Cincinnati, Monday. at It is reported n bof named Heiitip, of East flfafai t street, had an arm and collar bone broken by a wooden awning tailing upon Jim. It is said a well-known young man belong ing to an old family in the city is showing unmistakable signs ot mental aberation with in a few days. Robert Fortius was hi ought to jail here, 'ist night, from South Charleston, on charge if an aggravated assault on Priscilla Adams, Thorn he beat cruelly, it is alleged, at that nlace. Geo. Specce knows ot but two anniver sary occasions in American history worth celebrating or mentioning the 8th of Jan uary and 22nd of February, estimating their importance in the order given. An interesting and well-sustained pro tracted meeting is in progress in the United Brethren church, at Lagonda, under the lead ership of the pastor. Rev. S. XC. McCorkle. Vine converts joined the church...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 28 January 1885

n&s&a Springfield Globe -Republic TI132 l-0ItirGl?IELil GLOBE, Volume IV. Kumbor alO. SPEINGFIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAjSTTAHY 28, 1885 ITHE SPIUNOFIELIJ ItEPUnUC J Volume X.X.X.. Number alo. f OWEN, PIXLEY t CO. Ohio Valley Hnd Teunrssee : Cloudy wrather Eenerallr colder, variable winds, lower ba rometer. 18 STYLES! Your immediate attention is called to a mixed lot of Fancy Shirts, which wo place on sale to-day at the extreme low fig ures of 50C EACH. These are the sort of Percale Shirts you so often see adver tised at a half more money. De ceiving rercale. rercalo that 8 not Percale at all. Twelve dozen in the lot, and eighteeu different patterns. Quick. 8 STYLES. Some Shirts, some Drawers. Eight different colorings in Fine All Wool Garments. The pick of the lot for a dollar, and allow me to say right here, these are the best value of anything in this lino we have ottered this season. 4 STYLES. In this lot there are 10 dozen Men's Shirts and DrawersBlue Mixed, Gray ...

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. — 28 January 1885

2dEE?xoi!74.'ll GLOBE HEFUBUCfWEDNlBDAY EYanNa, JAUnTAKT 28 188B? SLOBE-EEPUBLIC. DiHY AND WEEKLY. fUBLIJMIO IT UNKEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOtS-RCUBUC BUILDING, WCtTHIBHtT. Car. Walnut Allay. TKrUklfli Ml; dltlon, per jear, till; axiltjaA, par waak, $7.50 UCMUh Weekly Globe-Republic. IAMM0TH DOUBLE SHEET i latued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a yEAFj. M aXTHpimlcationi should be xddrtntd t KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, SpringfttM, Ohl. WEDXESDAr EVEA'IA'Q, J A A', it. The republicans ot France have gained twentj-two seats in the senate by the recent elections. Republicanism is a sure thing in France now. The bankrupt bill stands a mere chance of getting through this session. The rules have to be suspended in order to get it before the houre. Italy is ready to send twenty-five thous and soldiers into Egypt to assist England, whenever they are reeded. They seem to be needed now, if ever. If we count Mahone and Riddleberger as Republicans, the new senate will have forty-one Rep...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 28 January 1885

rr mi GLOBE REPUBLIO. WEDNESDAY WTmmQ. J5rT7ARY 28, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. xiiy aiiai-. 0.41.1 HJtmiK Jifcear VO I TUIS LOCALITY, AS EklX)DD BI I. DaCBT, -XrHESSLY nK THX MLOBK-KKrCBUC. January 27, .;o i. niu Ve-Uir. :.J0a. ui . Nn Snowing. 10-SO ... 8 NK tloujy. i:30 p. m .. 10 N K Cloudy. 680 p. oi J.- K Snowing. 11 SO p. m NK Cloudy. mu uu Tturt 6.1 above xro. ruirlufr ol aatue Uate in lh4 21 abore. Temperature ot awe luin iS. 3 above. lo.upvr.ture ol taut dele in l , 37 alwre tero. Amount u( riowfall iu the last 24 hours, i Inches Moow-iriler, .20 incnes. (JII7 MATTERS. Mr. Carroll J. Hollonav was over at New Carlisle yesterday. Slr. Will Campbell it now reading law un der Van fckail;, at Dayton. Mr. R. Grau, of the Grau Opera Company, is registered at the Lagonda House. W. II. Van Skaik, a prominent attorney of Dayton, was in the city last evening. Mrs. Jennie Willinp will not speak in Cen tral M. E. church to-morrow atttrnoon. Mr. V. C. Mudselman, ot the Musselman Tobicco Co, Lo...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 28 January 1885

HHH GLOBE REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EVEOTKTG, JANTTARYPS 1866 -iL. ,.-y-i. uTT--miTi-T.n ,n, ir-t I., i,- .. , rn- - "j -f CHAg. LUQLOW. CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS. The Dominick Murray conijwny is stopinp at the St. James. The "Heart ot Oa.k" company is at the LagODJa House. Mr. F. PeJrelti, tbe fiercoer, of Cincinnati, is registered at the Lagonda Houje. Mr. M. Rohrtieinier, a prominent citiwn ot Clereland, is reeistered at the Lagonda Houe. A wrecking train, under William Madison, went over the Ohio Southern to-dty to ilear awaj all old wrecks along the road. Married, January 2", 1883, by Uev. J II. Walker, Mr. J. M. Kolo, ol SprmgOeld, Oiiio, and Mrs. Anna Thompson, ot Erie. IV The jury in tne l.ielitiart-Kogle cie came into court at 2.15 this afternoon rih a v.-i-dict lor plaintiff lor one dolla' and one cent. Dr. Myers" sleigh overturned at the corner ot Main and Limestone st erts about noou to-day. The doctor was thrown out but escaped injury. Two special parlor cars containing...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 29 January 1885

wm 4SSijfc3. HBBBHHHMHHB3H Springfield Globe -Republic T1!K NI'ItlNGPIELH Ol-OllE, I Volume IV. Numtoor 31U. I SPKIISTGFJELU, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, JANTTVIiY 20, ISSo THE HPHINGPIELT) IlEl'UllIC VoluraeXXt. Number :ill. OWEN, PIXLEY 1 CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Cloudy weather generally older, variable wind?, lower t romeler. YOU IN THE M N 12 DOZEN IN T, At a recent lasliionahlc state 01 nign urt work, held in a Van Xess avenue residence, for the benefit of a charita ble object, a young wife kept dragging Uer husband "to tlie vicinity of a richly embroidered cliair.for sale at a fashion able price. "How lovely that chair would look in our parlorOharley." she exclaimed, after several attempts to engage llls erious attention to the attractive piece. "Rather too fancy, dear," said Char-ley.hun-ving heraway. lint she draped him around again, and stopping In-fore the coveted object, said in melting tones: "Now, Charley. 1 have ju-t set my heart on that chair." Well, my dear," Charle...

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. — 29 January 1885

IKKi&&m TmmSl GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVE1STNG, JANUARY 29 1888. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY flNNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 410BE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WESTHIQHST. Cor. Walnut All.y. TERMSl Ba!ly edition, per jeir, Dalljr edition, per tttV, - $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i lisjed Every Thursday Morning;, One Dollar a Iea. AS commtnlcitions should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, BpriegHeld, Ohio. TTWRSDAY EVES IS G, JAA' 29. Uncle William ol Germany is picking up again, lie has been able to appear at one of the palace windows and witness the changing of the guards. A negro woman presided over the meet ing ol socialists in Chicago last Sunday, at which the London outrage was applauded She is the wife of a white man, the rabid djnamitard A. H. Parsons. These levelers do surely make a show of practicing their doctrines of extreme sociability, giving human rights and woman's rights a repre sentation like that. 0' Do...

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. — 29 January 1885

$i$MBm !!--JS cj?va,.t'.i.Ji iKura z.& LJ--l GLOBE BEPUBIIO. THUHSDAY ETC2SJ350, STOKY 29, 1885 & GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Sally .Editlox.. UAlLi EA.TIU.R It Eft) HI FO t THIS LOC-LITV. AS a-WlD-D BT J. SUIT, .-faKSSLY rOR TUK tJLOEE'-KFDBLlC. Jan waxy 2S, ts&5 :. m 10-SOa. ta . . 5:.Wp. ui 6 SO p. in 10 SO p. m iv fticdj 10 K W - S W Hi S V V S W S W Clesr. Fair. Fair. Clear. Hear. Mean to uraiur 0.1 above aero. Temperatura ol same date in 1&4, 37 abort. Temperature of aaratUao iu iws, 3i above. Temperature ol uui datstt IK-.-, 41 aboi lero. CITY MATTERS. Springfield will bare a lull crop of ice, ol tLe best quality. Louis Vermont, steward at the Arcade, ha. resigned bis pusitiou. News from InttrUchen, Florida, is to the effect that Mr. O. Hastings has recovered bis health. Mrs. S. M. Koos will return to Louisville the latter part of the weak, and will remain in that cit a tew days. Mias Clara l'latt, of Columbuf, is in the air, visiting Iriends, and will remain until alter ...

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. — 29 January 1885

ittlffiBG8&$ IffiKfts twTKim GLOBK BBPU"B UQ. THXTRSDA.Y EVENING, JAJTUARY 29188 CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS. CHAS. LUDLOW. taas A'O JIOHK VI TT MAIt.SII.4h .srKixariEi.n. Mr. I-ittlrr'n Iloue Itill laei tlir Senate am! I a l.nu. Mr. Littler's House bill to aiol:sli the ollice ri City Marshal in Springfield passed the t-'enatr to-day (Thurfil.iv) and lias lierome a law, as vjp are informed by a dispatch from its author, received Ibis afternoon. (Jeneral W. II. tiitoon was in the city for '. tew hours yesterday. He took dinner at he Arcade. A pair ot red Hinnel drawers was stolen rom in front of Stiles Ilros.'s store on Clif ton street last night. "Shorty" Sullivan, formerly in the I., It. A W. yards here, late freight conductor on the Middle Division, now running ft train on a western roal, arrived in this city and ill re- nain about two weeka. The ladies of the First Presbyterian Church Till gie one of their delightful socials to night in the spacious aud commodious church ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 30 January 1885

K2J H3 Springfield Globe -Republic TH33 feiPltXIVOFIISXlk GXOUE, Voliimo IV. Numbor a IT. SPEQTGFJEUD, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, JAjSXTARY 30, 1885 THE 8PINGFIELI nEPIIlii rn Volume JCXJC. NuHber aiV.C OWEN, PIXLEY &. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Warmer weather, local rains, wiuds generally south erly. HCW TO PRONOUNCE DEPOT. Lancaster llxniiilnrr. There arc about as man vi jjs of pro nouncing depot as there are eccentric Trays or pronouncing ''crematory," "finance," Ac. As a road out or the difficulty we gho the following sugges tion: It In bat a step.oh Duvu tu the ttep-oh. The uaj Ik quit tve.ih That leads to thu dre-oh. 1 IIipeil tin a grapo-oh Just by the tiny-poll. In a store nearthe dee-pot I bought Huh small tea-pot. Perhaps to eutl the cllatlon. We'd better henceforth call it station. How does this apply to the largest Clothing House in Spring field .' A TERRIBLE KICKER. "Please, sir," said the bell boy to n Texas hotel clerk, "Xo. 40 says there ain't no towels in his room...

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. — 30 January 1885

&Stt&$a&e3&l2J smi& mmm GLOBE HEPUBUO. FRIDAY EVESTDJG, JAJfCTART 30 1685. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BT ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. aLOBL-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Wlnul Allsy. TERMSi WIj edition, per jur, Bali edition, per ssk, - $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. sUMNOTH DOUBLE SHEET i (sued Every Thursday Morning. OHB DOLiIjAI? A yEAr. AH ca-irniinlcaijoni should be addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springflald, Ohio. FRIDAY EVESlG, J AS 30. btewart gets the personal thaiiKs of the queen and a major-generalship (or his wounds and his glorj in the desert. The heaviest hattle was after that of Abu Klea Wells. It was about three miles from the Kile, and was 1200 Britons against 12,000 Arabs. The Oklahoma settlers are settled. Thej looked down the barrels of the IT. S. guns and accepted the soldiers' escort out of the territory. Julius Dexter wants Cincinnati to be an angel. Cincinnati would have a devil of a time in...

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. — 30 January 1885

mm&mssiBi lVT5Si ifc.-iKAJ BSCM GLOBE BEPUBLIO. FRTDAT EVENING, JMdfTJABY 80, 1885 3B5.U GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DaIIt Edition. uaitt h jbatii t.K nr.tvut VSt THIS LOCALITY, A3 BKOOSDID BT J. DIBIT, KXFBKSSLT FOI THE eLOEK-UKPCBUC. January 29, ss5 " JO a. in 10-50 a. m 1:30 p. m SO p. m.. 10 Sip. m lv IV Hid o s vr" 14 S W 14 S W 16 SE 15 SE Clear. Fair. Clear. Clear. ar. 51eu temperature 12 above aero. Teiuperaturr of same tlit in 184, SC above. Temwrature of Samadit In lS. 32 above, temperature of sainr data In 18SV, 18 above sere. CITY MATTERS. Mr. W. T. White, of Cincinnati, i in the city. Mr. B. Enestein, of Cleveland, is in the city. Mr. C. O. Muller, of Cincinnati, is regis tered at the Arcade. Mr. Jams, of Hartley Campbell's White Slave," is in the city. Mr. Henry R. Goesser, of New York, was in the city yesterday on business. Miss Cora Hamilton has returned home after a month's absence in Dayton, Ohio. Mr. W. M. Babbitt, advance agent of Fred crick WarJe, is at the Lagonda Hous...

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. — 30 January 1885

CITY MATTERS. Mr. V. J. Hndaon, Majr of Sooth Charles ton, wi in Ihe city to-day. Married: On Thursday, at 7.30 p. m, by Rev. IWnry W. Tile, Mr. Julius M. Bethel to ilisi Laura Green. Mr.S. A. Huffman, Mrs. Geo. W. Emery and son, aud T. C. Ackrrson, wife and two J children tail neil Wedueiday on the good steamer Thomas Sherlock tor New Orleans, where they eipect to remain the rest ol the winter. Street Commioner Mills had men out to-day opening corered gutters, some of which had filled solid with ice up to the gutter plate and were closed tight. 11 a heavy rain had come it would have caused bad work. A pnrty will be given this evening at the residence of Mr. James A. Dicus, on Kist High street, in honor of his little daughter Maud, who will do the honors of the evening as boates. A large numbtr of her trunds have ben invited Deputy Sheriff A. J. Baker went to Colum bus this morninR taking Chas. Henderson, alias Hubert Logan, sen'euced lor eightien months for graud laiceny, to the pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 31 January 1885

OffiLD 7&SS3MKSs.'SZStvJ sT t7.n TlCVV ;Jr' .--". sja,hsysirlA v Springfield Globe -Republic SPKLNGF1ELD, OIUO, SATURDAY EVENING, JASTJAlliT 31, 1885 Volume IV. Numbor 31H. 'X-1IJ3 HPIUNCPIELl) ItEl'lTUT.IO Volume JLXJE. Number :ili-(. , YSSSSSJSmiS OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee, Local rains, warmer weather, variable winds, general shitting to southerly; lower barometer, ex cept western TeuuefSfc, where barometer rises. Uefore stock taking, which must lie com pleted in the first week of February, we shall turn our attention to broken lines and closed lots. To-Jay will gie you a general notion. You can get details aluut any particular sort tit goods at the department in which such goods are kept. To-day and daily we shall print for them who think they cannot come. Then they will come. A warning though. If jou wait tor the news you'll be a day ne- J hind While vou are reading, others are I having. V bad the Mittens jou wanted. We knew it in time. You waited, others...

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. — 31 January 1885

HMBHn& GLOBE HEPTJBUO, SATURDAY EVENING, SAmJARY 31 1885. n jpaiiaw liLOBE-KEPDBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKIX PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKK.MSI DsMy edition, per year, Bali; edition, per ek, $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, Onh Dollar a teai. AH communlatioai should be addressed ta KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springftetd, Ohio. SA TURD AY EVES I G, J AX 31. WIIKTHKU A 1-lUJIAlty KLECTION? It our friends of the Republican commit tee bare not conclusively resolved on a primary election for the nomination of candidates for the city offices, would it not be well to call a meeting of representative Republican citizens and advise with them as to what should be the method adopted for such nomination? We take it that the committee want to reflect the best senti ment of the party in this matter and desire to take such steps as will be likely to give us a mun...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 31 January 1885

QLOBE REPUBLIC). SATTJKDAY EYENXHO, aW-TOA-? 81, 1S8S GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Daily KUltloii. DAI Li H HATH tiK UHlUUT T I THIS LOCALITY, AS aafOKD.D BT J. DaURT, KXr-R.9LY rOR TUK MLOFC-KKrUBLlC. Jasaary 30, .sbi l'c . ttILd S2 S W I sc. s r 40 s w N w 32 N W 6 JO u iv SOa. ta .. 2:.W p. iu 6 SO p. m... 10 111 p. m Haiy Hary Hary Hszr lUzir lean UMiiprrature 35 above sern. Teuiratur of satne dale In 16f4, 45 above. Temperature ol tarn 1 tie lu 13, 40 above. luuperlure ol saia date In 1W, 24 abete zero. CITY MATTERS. The Kate Claxtou company is at the Ar cade Hotel. Mr. Mai L. Clapton, ot Her Atonement company, is repisterej at the Arcade. Mrs. General Keiter is in Washington with ber husband, and will remain until the close ot the session, on the 4th ot March. Mr. Charles G. Rowley, of the Springfield Seed Company, is the proudest man in Spring field. It's a fine boy, which arrived yesterday afternoon. The electric liht company is removing the low poles erected for the new line of wire on ...

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. — 31 January 1885

'Sffr&'f GLOBE REPUBLEO. SATURDAY EVENING, JAmTARY 31 1886 CITY MATTERS. Iirg" Ituitorj Coming. Jlr. Ross, of Fulton, N. V., has located in ibis city, nnd will transfer liis works, tor tint productmu ot machinery fur tbe man ufacture of paper, trora Fulton u this city. There was n brilliant masquerade at the Casino rink, Friday night. Oonnty Clprk Harry Itabbitu went over to Colntnbns to-day on bnsines. Miss Mamie 0. Uilmore, ot Kenton, left for home this morning, after a very pleasant visit at Mrs. Chas. Wood's on West High street. Mr. anil Mrs. Chas. Knapp are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Prank ltookwalter on South .Market street. Mrs. Knapp was formerly Miss India Crothtrs. The bill abolishing separate colored schools, in this blate, is set forconsideratiou Thursday next in the legislature. There is good pros pect of its passage. Infirmary directors met to-day and had plenty ot business. The township trustees say January bills lor reliet of the poor will be much heavier than were De...

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