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

fHK 9 a -3LjA Jft Jit - . lndaHMEi t ir n - i THE HPltlNGFIEIiD OLORE, Volume IV. Number ll. SPEINGFIELD, OH'O, SOTDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1 l'8P5 TIJT3 aPBINOFIELD IVE1? OTITIC Volume JCJCX. Number aSO. Sunday OWEN, PIXLEY i CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Local rains, warmer weather, variable winds, general shifting to southerly; lower barometer, ex cept western Tennessee, where barometer rises. Shf.U we tell of that particular Suit on which ou have not quite decided? That all-wool Frock Coat with Pants and Vest to match, $9.00? or that Suit of Blue, Brown, Graj, Dahlia, or Black, $10 00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.08. 18.00, 20.00, or shall we turn to our Pant) stock and attempt to minutely de scribe the various separated necessaries therein contained? Shall it be the eolidest, richest, neatest, handsomest and most expensive of these gainients at $4.50, 5.00, 5.50, 6.00, 7.00; to measure, 8.00, 9.00? or of the more inferior, less valuable, laast enjoyable quali ties, at 5, 90, $1.00, 1.25. 1....

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 February 1885

("PS-'O.'Pi ' '-"' !-' ? t "'-"''-? "- -f. '. XWC S&. ,-y" K.SJr ."SJ THRhm FUNERAL FLATTER!. THE DISPLAY OVER THE DEATH OP YCUNQ LELAND STANFORD. Hagiilflcant Manifestations of Orlat Elaborate Public Sarvlces t'uliagu lUiaptody from the Pulpit Sloncy from Family Wm, San Francisco Cor. New York Sun. The magnificence of the StanforJs' grief over the death of their son Leland, Jr., has never been equalled on this coast The per formances of the family and their friends are the theme of talk iu every circlo. The gre-it wealth of the Stanfords has attracted totheni in this hour of affliction all the toadies west of the Rocky mountains and Rome from the east Their grist has not been ieraiitted to slumber for an instant Somebody who has had en az to grind has been ever at hand with a sonnet, an ode, a dirge, a aoiig, a sermon, or an oration. Billy women who never saw the lad have written and called to testify to the family the esteem in which they held the boy and to dilate upon js qua...

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 February 1885

TEE GLOBE BBFUB&IO. BTOEPAY MQBJrare, FEBRUARY 1 1885 LONG WORTH'S LUCK. THE PECULIAR HISTORY OF THE CINCINNATI MILLIONAIRE. The Man Who Made Cincinnati The Pe culiar Circumstance Which Sent Itlm to the Future l'orkopolf 111. Later Life. "Halston" 1q New York Times. Coming over from Newark the other day I met a descendant of the lata Nicholas Long worth, the man who male Cincinnati. The young man told me the story of bow tho spilling of a few casks of wine by irato PhilaJelphiaiis pushed an insignificant Ohio Tillage into consequence as a western city. Old Nicholas Longworth w ho, by tho way was the father-in-law of tlio late Governor "Ward, of New Jersey, nai so queer that many people thought him crazy, but with all his cranky notions he was smart enough to amass an estalt valued at $15,000,000. At the time of hit death, in 1SI, be was one of the richest men in America. He was bora in Newark in 17S2, and the old bomesteal which sheltered his youth still stan Is at the corner 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. — 1 February 1885

HE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MOKNTNa, FEBRUARY 1, 1885---EIGHT PAOfH. ipi c' LOBE-REPUBLIC I atlisheaETorySundayMcrning BE-REPUBLIG BU1LDINC, WESTHICH ST. I'wo Iollnr Per Your. k'lvo Oents Por Copy. J ntrtd by Carritr to Any Part of tht City. t jmi all Communications to the .SUNDAY GLOBE-REPUBLIC, Sprinefleld, O, UAIVX H K tHK HBlOHT 1 - TU1S LOCiUTT. aS CORDD BT J. D1CKT, IiriMLT TO. THK LOPK-KEPrBLIC Janaary SI, iw ir wild M- H F. "J 2S N E IT E SI S W IB aw r JO a. uM soa. m . 0 p. a.. ' S0p.ni.. Fair Hair Hair iinr Hair ..an teu.rtun Ti' aim sera. Temperature Mine date In !!. !5 above. Temperature ol med.tr In !', SI above, temperature ol aim tn IS?, J9 ahoT. aero. M)Jl.t 3tOKI.1i FK II. 1, 1S85. A UASll'LE OF FREEDOM. A case that shows the ease with which ti girl may get herself married in this inntrj, with the understanding that she .in get herself diTorced with the same use if she does not like the marriage. tame up to be decided in a New-York t ourt last week. There are certain...

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. — 1 February 1885

!&gga rmnw ra JTtl THE GLOBE REPUBLIO. SUJTDAT MOKNTJfrQ, FEBRUARY 1 1885. EIGHT PAGES. K1NNANE, WREN A CO' ANOTHER WEEK OF THE GREAT SALE KINNANE, WREN AND COMPANY'S. Having yet on hand an immense stock of WINTER GOODS and preferring to sell at any sacrifice rather than hold for another season, we have decided on continuing the sale another week. We invite especial attention to the following departments, which we are determined on CLEARING OUT REGARDLESS OF LOSS : Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks, Blankets and Flannels, Cotton Flannels, Jeans, Cassimeres, Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Underwear, Hosiery and thousands of odds and ends in all departments for almost nothing to clean stock. Don't omit this opportunity, you never had any like It. Respectfully, li 'M THE "VXI.OADBD" KEroLVEK. Particular of the Fatal Kliootioe ot Wm. H. Eberle, at Jacksonville, Florida Time for Funeral Service. The family of Wm. H. Eberle, whose death by an accidental shot, at Jacksonville, Flori da, Isst Su...

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. — 1 February 1885

9Z33E5S& THE GLOBE REFOBLtO. 8XJSDAY M0R3mTG, FEBRTTABY 1 1885 mam BENJAMIN F. BUTLER. A CORRESPONDENT NOTES SOME OF THE GENERAL'S PECULIARITIES. Ills Strong Points or Individuality View Which Generally ltun Counter to the Commonly-Accepted Onet-An Unherolo Mishap. New Yort Oor. Chicago Journal.l No man more odd than Benjamin K. Butler comes to town. He is here now. As be walks in Broadway, or sits in the theatre, or goes into court in the practice of his "profes sion, he provides amusement for all specta tors. Not many of our notables are the equals of their caricatures. But no por traiture of Butler in the most ho. tile of comic journals is an overdraw ins of bis strong points of individuality. Tha regard for him is a strange mixture of ridicule and respect. Put him into a tuit of tattered clothes, start him off as a tramp an i be would be m remarkable a figure in that grotesque wait of hfe as to defy competi tion, and make the dogs bark more in awe than aggressiveness. But he...

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. — 1 February 1885

SB GLOBS EKPCBUfl. SUSGEU.T MC03f52$9t, FEBRUARY 1 1885 IVEN AND TAKEN. P. O. TCfclttier In Inepnde Smoothing soft the nestling bead Of a rualden fancy-lad. Thus a grave-eyed wexnan said: "Richest gifts are those w mak; Dearer than th lov w take That fir for love's own sake. "Well I know the heart's unrest; Mina has been tha common quest lo ba loved, and therefore bleat "Favors undeserved were mine; At my feet as on a shiine Love has laid iU gifts divine. "Sweat the offerings teemed; and yel With their sweetness sune regret And a wnce of unpaid debt. "Heart of mine unsatisfied. Was it vanity or pride That a deeper J jy dimied! 'Han Is that opa but to receive Empty clo.se; they only live Richly who can nchly give. "Still," she sighed with moistening eyes, "Love is sweet in any guise; But its best is sacrifice! "Ha who, giving, does not ware Litest is to Him "ho gave Life itself the loved to save. "Love that self-forgetful gives Sows surprise of ripened slwi vet Tt w vn its own reooiv...

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. — 1 February 1885

TBS GHJOBE BBFUBUa SWSTDAY M0R2ttfl, FEBBTTAJtY i 1835. SUcWT F-i.6 RAMBLER'S NOTK BOOK. WALKS Ayit TALKS AHOUT 1111. CUAMl'IOX CITY. Gathered mid Cotnplletl by One VIi Kveie IZyes ami Inrit Open fur the lteuelit if SprlnelleUI Kendern Musical, Social, Lit erary auil Artitttic Note'. To a genuine SpringficWer, with the guod of the Champion City close t heart, nothing cives so much pleasure aa to hear of any ad dition to the manuiactiirins; interests of the town. Every addition to our factories means an increase of our population by the best pos sible class, the honnst, steadfast mechanic. It is stated that an important addition to our machine shops will soon be made by Mr. Ross, a manufacturer from Fulton, X. Y., who will commence the manufacture of paper mill machinery here, as soon as he ran get factory room, or failing in this, he will prob ably erect works of his own. Mr. Moss re cently visited this city to try and rent a fac tory, but failed to find any one suitable to his puri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 2 February 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic tTIIK Hl'UINGFIKIil GI0E, I Volume IV. Number 31t. f SPErNGFJELD, OHIO, MCXNDAY EVENING, FEBKUARY 2, 1885 ITJEIE 8PBINOPIELD BEPTJHMC I Volume 2UCX. Number :m. OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Warmer generally fair weather, variable winds in Tennessee; winds generally frum south to west in the Ohio valley, and lower barome ter. It's very difficult to gauge the buying of Hats to that they will "pan out" evenly. We find on our shelves to-day a greater numlcr ot the Soft Nestling Slouch Hats than of the Stiff Brim Shapes. Can we prevail upon our pattons to stop buying Still Hats and help us out on Softs? No, not at regular prices. Buyers have the right to be choosers. Our only remedy then is to make the prices so much different that you are bound to rellect. Here's what we've got to say "in a nut- shell:" Beginning Kebiuary 2nd we will re duce line unou Hue ot Soft Hats to one uni form low price. YODR CHOICE FOR 50c See east window. Among th...

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 February 1885

GLOBE HEFUBLTO. MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUABY 2 188B GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKlt' PUBLISHED BT ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. OLOBE-RCPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TEItMSl V!ly wtSwif per year, Sal'; edition, ptr wsek, - $7.50 IScwits. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ohb Dollar a Vea. M comuiunlcttioni should ba addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, pringfltld, Okie. itOXUAT EYEX1X G.FEB 2. A Connecticut newspaper it called "The Yellow Spasm." It gives people fits. Mr. Gladstone has certified to the great ness of Washington, in a recent published letter. Thanks. The British Bible Society i to print a Bible that can be sold for a penny two cents in our coin. They are having sunstrokes in Buenos Ayres nowadays.' It is hotter there at present than the Fourth of July. The Ber. Dr. Shedd "proves" that there is a hell. By way of precaution he should get on top of himself and stay there. There are projects for tacking mo...

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 February 1885

OLOBI MEMTBLIO. MONDAX ETJWHi;rEBfrcriAKTf 2, 1M6 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally dltlo t)AIL HMATtl tJt RKt-OUT 1"0 THIS LOCALITY, A3 XOOaDIID BT J. DSC1T, EZPEISSLT rOB TUB ULOEa-KirCELIC. February 1, ibfc C JO a. na ItSULO 2:S0p. m i, , 6S0 p. m in SO p. m lo- Ud s? w J0 N SO K W 18 K W 14 N W Haay Fair Fair Qtir Clear Mean lemiratur 24 Bbovaxero. Temperature ol same date to 18M, 25 above Temperature o! amtiuin Inks, 13 above, leuiperatureot tame date la 1882, S2 b.?e aero. Vather Itvport lor January, 1885. A KfcPT AT SPB15AFISU, OlIlO, BT J. DSCKT. The average temperature of the month was 20.7. We had one clear day and twenty-three fair daya. ltain fell on five davs and snow on three dajt. The amount of aowiall was 7S inch... The amouat of ralalall and new-water was 3.43 lothe. The first sixteen daya the, ground wa bare of BOW. On the 16th we had a heavy rain which fr.ee ai It fell and loaded trees and telegraph wires, and broke down many fruit and ornamental trees. The Ice remained on 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. — 2 February 1885

1 1 m EEa GLOBE REPUBLIC. MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2 lg85. CITY MATTERS. School Itoanl mets Ui-nijlit. A Dew lot ot kittens arrived yesterday at police headquarters. Mr. U.S. StroWl, of Raliiuiorc, Maryland, is at tbe Lngocd House. Mr. F. M. Montpomery, ot Washington, H, is stopping at the Lagonda Houe. If the ground-hog comes out to-day he will have to look sharp 'o see his shadow. Good-bje, winter. Mr. Will Carey, oi Xania, was in the city yesterday at the Arcade, the guest of his brother, Mr. John M. Carey. The Star and Crescent Literary Society will meet as usual (at the High School lluild ing, room Xo. 12), Friday, February G, 18S5. Mrs. S. M. 1'oos and her daughter, Misa Anns, left for Louisville with Mr. Knott this morning, and will be absent tor several days. On her visit to tee city yesterday, Mrf. Willing organized societies at each ot the II. E. churches auxiliary to the Home Missionary Society which she represents. ROUSE AND PAHSONS. NO DIFFICULTY Need ever be experience...

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 February 1885

szmi Springfield Globe -Republic THE fSPIUNGPIEl.l OLOIIE, Volume IV. Numoor 22(. SPKINGFIEIJ), OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, EEBETJAEY 3, 1885 (THE NPBINOPIELn HEPDUUC 1 Volume XIX. Number :ao. f OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Slightly warmer, fair weather, southwesterly winds. A question that's disturbing us now is, whether that particular line of Gentlemen's Double Breasted Sack Suits of Fine Basket Worsted Material will go nuick enough at their price $16? Queer, the ma terial is right, trimming right, cut right, and made right, "but still they linger near." To quicken their sale we decide to slash the price; for the balance of this week we shall offer them at $12 Ir SlXlt. See bargain table. We've waited for season. You've waited, no doubt, for the news on Hats. They Ve going now. Upwards of two hundred of them greet you witn a sue smile, see east win dow. The price mark doesn't apply to Bags and Satchels in same win dow though. The simple mention that we had repleni...

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 February 1885

sa53a GLOBE BEPXTBUO. TUESDAY EVENING, FBBRTTABY 8 188B wag 3SS GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. ALOBCREPUBUC BUILDING, WESTHICHST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Oa'ly edition, psr year, 9!! jr edition, psr week, - $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I tuued Every Thursday Morning, Ohe Dollar a tea. AS communlcab'oni should bo addressed tt KINNEY NICHOLS Sl CO, Springfield, Ohio. TUESDA Y EVEStyG, FEB 3. SI'KIXtiFIKLD RKI'UKLICAN bKJfTI MENT ON THE METHODS OF SOMI XATIOX. This city, which is decidedly Republi can, desires to oust the Democratic gov ernment which has been foisted on it. The method by which it may be done is a matter of public concern. It is a question whether the same method by which the minority party has been put in possession of the city shall be repeated. The Re publican committee no doubt are anxious to be advised by the public sentiment of the party on this question. The Globe-Rei-culic, 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. — 3 February 1885

i&sssa R3S3esEfe. SK-HK-3 GLOBE REPUBLIC). TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Cdltlon. UA.II.V H&ATItrK KKfUUT F0ITH19 LOCALITY, 19 k.OOPVD BT J. DKCKI, axpKmsLT ros the Lorx:..KrCKUC. February 2, ikS5 1. niidj e.iuvi. 6 JO a. in., . ! S W Fair ll, -10a.nl SO S ,W F-lr 2: SO p. ui !! SWl Haay eS0p.m.. 2s S W I Fair M OT n. m 30' S W I Fair Meau teiuperalurt 22 above seru. Tewerature ol same date in 14, 33 abort. Temperature ut aim 1 tf In 13. 25' above, temperature ol aaine date in Iss:', as abate aero. CITY MATTERS. Charles Saioth was arrested yesterday by officer Norton forljitenug-. Mr. C. K Henderson, ot InJianapoU?, is registered at the Arcade Hotel. A D. Mcl'uersjn, Esq- a prominent citizen of Covington, Kentucky, is at the Arcade. Charles Darlington, a prominent attorney of Xenia, was in the .city yesterday, regis tered at the Lagouda Hens'. The indications are that it will remain warm until about the middle of February, when there will be another...

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 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8 1888. .Jg'uTiiMr.iSiwi .u WTnHtilVW nWmi frfcTifciMi rt CITY MATTERS. Officer Norton arrested Jclin Montgomery this afternoon, but be a3 released on bond luraisheJ by Mr. H. L. Rockfield. Mr. Will R. Uorncr was upon tbe street a short time this morning alter weeks of jll ness, from which he is slowly recoTering. A part ot a sewing midline was found this morning by the men who gather up the gar bage end ashes. It is at lolice. headquarters. Hon. J. K. Mower and Randolph Coleman Esq, are also said to be candidates for the office ot City Solicitor, on the Republican ticket. The annual concert ot -the Second English Lutheran Sabbtth school was postponed to neit Sunday evening at half-past seven o'clock. The petition of Springfield publishers for reduction of postage on second class matter, was presented in the Senate, at Washington, Monday. George Yates, the boy who is charged with burglarizing Young's grocery a tew nights ago, was bound over ...

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 February 1885

rsfcaa. hVt-4S5ViK iMttfXSMflnSttOBMI VNi KSSS "! Springfield Globe -Republic 'I'll 13 f-siMlIIVGFlISII Gioitx:, Volume IV. Number ai. f SPRINGFIELD, OfflO, TVTEDKESDAT EVENING, FEBRUARY 4,"l885 I THE HPUINOPIELI) KEI'UBUC 1 Volume XJCJC. Number asi. OWEN, PIXLEY . CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Light rain an J partly cloudy neather, southwest to north winds, slight changes in temperature, fol lowed in extreme west portion by slight fall of temperature. ROSSA AND DUDLEY. Very odd thing for a merchant to do is, to mark down staple arti cles like White Kid Gloves for in stance. We've too many of one grade, which partly reasons for the oddity. About 40 pairs some sizes will go for a dollar a pair. We think they are good. We rake up many odd things when invoicing, and make many odd prices on other things. It's well enough to think. Every prudent merchant thinks before he buys. Why shouldn't consumers? Hats never come in nairs tmt ... tH... v, HH buyers for the 50c window choice do. Many...

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 February 1885

fcM3AuSffS!?8S55RE"'i MNKJKa ii,"54lAJB SLOBE REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY -EVENING, FEBRUARY 4 1886 QBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. vOBEREPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKRMSl iy kT lion, per year, 'ai'jr tdition, per week, - $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONB DOLLAR A TEAf. A3 commnlcatians iSould bt addressed ts MNNEY NICHOLS L CO, SpringtUld, Ohio. MD.SDAV VEM0, FEB 4 l'OKTKK's CKV FOB JUsTIOI Fitz John Porter s everlasting cry for justice has broken out again. He wrote a letter to the president last October, which has just been sent in on the call of a house resolution and published to the country, appealing to him to reconsider his reasons for etoing the bill which as passed for Porter's restoration to the armv, and to re-appoint nnd nominate him to a suitable vacancy that may exist or oc cur in the army. Mr. Porter makes a pathetic cry. He thinks he has ...

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 February 1885

6L0BE BEPUBLIC. TVETCNTHDAY EVENING, FEBRUARYS, 186B GLOBE -REPUBLIC. lnlly liilltlon. UJI.I DJillllnl KKr ttm 10. THIS LOCALlTl. AS HKCVKDltD T J. ORUKT KXPRKMiLr FOK THk. MLOBL-KEri'M IC IsbruaryS. ix 1 nudi " mm. 6 .) a. ui 2C s Clear u Ml a. in 4U" S W llcr i oO p. ii. (.' a ( Irar SO p. in II -, u,ur in scP. m i sn I i liar Aleu ifiuiHTttluit 'alioTet.iv It iei.ii.ii U same date in 1!4. 33 allure. Tpiunrrftiir. i,l f in 1 -U lu !. 51 atxi.f. .MniMii.tiin.nli.. date In ts ', SI abate tero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. Watson Teeptideu is again in the city. Mr D II Desbecker, ot Ilutlslo. is at lie Lajonja Hourr. Mr. I. C. Shipley, ol Cincinnati, li regis tered a: the .rcade. Mr. W. S. Random, of Cincinnati, is stop pine at the Arcade Hotel. Mr. Hal. Kiid of Cincinrntl, tered at the Ijiponda Testerdar. regis- Mr. and Mrs. S. Clark, West Columbia street, have an 1SS5 boy, who made his ap pearance on the 3d ol February. Hon. Milton Karnes, ex-Secretary of Slate, was in the city yesterday, the...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 February 1885

fSmsMimEQBBte mmrnj-Fs KmtLsaUa GLOBE REPUBLIC WJLlJMiSDAT EVENING, FE13KUAET 4 188b. UiS CITY MATTERS. . Mrs. I. K. McNnlh, ol New York, iin the city visitinR Iriemis. Charles llrej was arrested for disorderly conduct last night lr ollicers IU3, icKln and Ward. Rev. Geo. F. Iteeer, formerly oi the lnni fallen nursery, this city, but now of Penn sylvania, is tisiting hi son, Mr. Charles A. I!ee?er. Mrs. Stout, mother ot Mr. Charles A. Stout and Mrs. Gen. J. W. Keifer, is lying at the residence of the latter in a very critical condition. Superintendent Fleming and Secretary liaac Kindle of the Inlirman Hoard, are in Columbus te-day, attending the annual meet ing ot the State Association of lufimiry Di rectors. Jerry Murphy will be a cindidate before the Republican city convention or primary election for Street Commissioner. Mr. Mur pln has the experience to fit him tor the du ties of the office. The engineer of the Dun ditch, which im provement is located in Harmony and Madi son town...

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