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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 5 February 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THE HPHINGFIELO GI-OBE, I Voliiiiio IV. Numbor 333. f SPKEtfGFIELD, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, EEBRUAKY 5, 1885. I THE SPBINGFIKIvH REPUHTJC 1 Volume X.X.X.. Mnmber 331. OWEN, PIXLEY A. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Light rain and snow, followed by colder clearing weather, winds shifting to northerly, gener ally higher barometer. Some disbelieve nliat wevsay, but they won't le and bye. Some are pre judiced because we Tf ear strange faces, but they won't be bje and bje. We practice what we preach, you'll believe it bye and bye. Can't expect us to do all the clothing business this early. We think It safe to say, however, that we are "hoeing our road" pretty effectually. Before we mention a Wooly (not all wool) Suit for 7 or $S we are particu lar to see that the suits are' here. They're lier to-day. Of all tbe different sorts of drcsy and fairly dressy outfits, what is there that becomes a man so "perfectly love ly" as those line velvet trimmed double breated ...

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. — 5 February 1885

&LOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5 1888 3L0BE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. '.H.OBE-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. .TEBMSI toljr edition, per year, a!: edition, per eek, $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DOIiTjAI A TTEAI. All communication! shoc'd be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, Springfield, Ohle. tiiu Jiso.tr KrK.t.G, fj:is 5. NOMINATIONS KOIl M'UINOFIELD OF FICE!. This town is Republican. It is Repub lican by a. large majority. II there is anything in the doctrine that government, in the American sense, is n rule of the majority, then the government of this town ought to be Republican. That is, it ought to be Republican, un less it can be shown that the Democratic minority can furnish us a better govern ment than the Republican majority can. lias this been shown? The rule of the Democratic minority has been tried. Are the citizens s...

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. — 5 February 1885

mmm GLOBE REPUBLIC. THUESDAT EVE3OTT0, FEBRUARY 5, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xally Eaitloii. DAILY HKA Till H Hf.VOUT VO-THIS-OCA-ITr, AS SKCOXDKD BT 1. DXOY, uriiasLT roK thk olock-kkpublic. February 4, isjs l Wi-dl l turner. JO . m .. SS ti W Fair -U-SU.m 40" S V Cloudy 2:-0 p. in- 3S" S W Cloudy SU p. in 31 rf W Cloudy I fin. m 32 V Sltetlng -lean leiuperatur 36 atioTescro. Temperature ol same date id 14, 37 above. Temperature ol tine l :t iu let. 25 above. I--t ! o r-c In lss, SS lutr reru. One and one-half lnebtaot mow at 7 o'clock. CITY MATTERS. Mr. A. T. Heck, of Cincinnati, is registered at ibe Arcade. Mr. J. M. Orr, ol Col-nbu?, is stopping at the Lagonda House. Anderson, the saloonist, held in jail Tor non-payment ot line and costs, having served out his sentence, is threatened with fever and is under treatment by "he jail physician. Mitchell Post, Xo. 45, G. A. U, meets to night. Reports Irom Akron delegates and entertainment committee on result of the re cent entertainments. ...

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. — 5 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5 1886. 1 1 i.' ', CITY MATTERS. Br a recent chan(re the meetings of the Belief Corps. O. A. R, are held the second nd fourth Friday! of eaci month; thire will, therefore, be no ineeiirp until Fridiy, Feb ruary 13. Steamer Sbrrlo-k left Cincinnati yesterday with a complement of pas-erp rs for the New Orletns eiptfition and llardi (Iras; among tbem Mr?. S. A. Huffman, Mrs G. W. Emery, T. C. Ackerson and wife and Dr. T. K. Vi (inger and wi'e, of tbii city. The II. R. Springer took another load. Officers Norton and Xirklas arretted two fellows named Charlta Mohrand Frank Kohl yesterday on the charge of loitering. One of the men said that he bad met the othtr one only about a half hour btlore they were arrested, but this the later i nttd and claimed that they came here together from Chicago. Central Committee Meeting. There will lie a meeting of the Republican Central Committee Saturday, Februiry 7, at 2 p.m. As bu-iness ot importance will be u...

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. — 6 February 1885

HNfaMn Springfield Globe -Republic SPKLNGFJELD, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, JTEBKLTARy G, 1885. A' 11.12 m'iufikiji i-oiii::, voiumo iv. r'umiur aa:(. I THE HPHINGPIELT) REPUBMC I Volume XXX. Number U'J'J. . OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley ani 1 and snow, follow 1 wealker, winds shift u.. ally higher bnroimb i I ibt ram lwr i tearing iht r y geuer- jIOK! THIN We think it a f.iir estimate, to ay that within tliein-t yo.n upwards or thirty thoii-and people have toted our ability to Mippl) their want- in ( lotliii x and Fiunlshim; (..(hN. Mii.t the word! Saturation! It's the ill. then the good, tlien the freight, then the mark, then the vale, then the count at night, simple, isn't it! Oloik-wnrk, a little iint jr.itliiTs upon each rev oh ing wlccl. None too much, though. Let us load you immediately to de tails. onder worsteds at .Sill, Coat, Vet and rant. Are doing up ciislomers in great shape, lie thought or leaving his measure Tor a thirty -live doll.ir suit, hut he (li.ingtd tliat thou...

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. — 6 February 1885

t.itixrf-, Bin SSBeLX1mk GLOBE REFUBLTa?FRrDAT?VENrN"G, FEBRTJAKY 6 188ft ILOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED Br ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 'LOBt-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKnsrsi iij fdtlon, per jeir, ti',j edition, par etk, $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. RAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET t Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOIiTjAI A TEAI. AS cwimonlation thould b addrsrjsd t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, tpringnsld, Ohio. frida r k r;.vy. G, .feu , c Cleveland is boasted of as having "sar inj; common sense." Hut Republican postmasters must not bank on this "sav ing." H Cleveland should suddenly announce the names of bis cabinet, it would cheat Murat Hnlsted out of columns on columns of happiness. The woman who so unfortunately missed killing O'D. Kossa sports the rather romantic name of Yseult Dudley. And she is said to be quite good-looking. She should lecture. Andrew J. Davis, the noted spiritualist, in his treatment of his wife in his old a...

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. — 6 February 1885

SSt aPt' ; K'jnL.-?m 9Ksv9l iX-S? GLOBE REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Unlly Edltlcm. daily n rn tnt-.R kkioht rO-THlSLOC-UTl. A3 KmiKDHD BT J. DBCBY, KXrBltlSLY FOKTHIHLOSE-KKrUELIC. Ftbrutry 5, b i j i. d ian. JO a. . . .. 30 X I Snowing i'SO. i ..... Sir" N E , Snewiug 2:oOP. ,. 2s , N l-alr SO p. ra IV Jf I loudy IC so p. m n, y I Fair :u Wiuiit-raturti 23 abovezrru. ltiupeiuluro t utac Jat in lv-l 4 almve. Temperature ol me 1 le tu S 19 at.Ye i.-. ivrolurc ot saine d' In , 39- above irro. Amount of snow toda, Inches: snow-water, 0.09. leiuperature - It'low zero this a m. CITY MATTERS. social t.rt;is. The Strwnrt-i'ulcrr Wedding I.Ht Kv-ri-Inc-Oihrr Matrimonial Affairs Uecrp. Don at M. t'aul. Married: Thursday cveninp, February 5, by Rev. Joseph Kyle, paster of the United Presbvterian church, at re&ideni-e of the bride's mother. No CO North Limestone street, Mr. Harrv S. Folger and Jlits Laura E. Stewart. The bride and prootn were former "next doo...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 6 February 1885

Eiri. GLOBE BEPTJBLIO. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6 1888. CITY MATTERS. The W'blte SUre Cnniittiy H at the Arcade. Mr. W. II. Hawkiti", ot iello Opting, is in the city. Go to the ribrens' mertiug at the Major's ofhce this etemrjf;. Dr. It. D. Morrison, of Kenton, is registered at the Lagonili House. lio to the citizens' meeting to-uight at the mayor's olhee and help the poor. Mr. V. II II Illackinan, of the Mechani cal News, New York, is at the Latronda House. Superintendent ilouerl Iilee, ot the C , C , C. A. I. Railroad, was in the city s-?ral Lours I jesterdaj. Ko3 Mitchell has been drawn ms a pent juror for ser ice in I'nited fctates Court at Cincinnati ' Mr. J. A Mi duty has returned from a trip to New Orleans, here he has Wen tor the past two weel. Mr. C. W. Kobert, general agent of the Harry Miner feiher Kinc Company, is at the Lagonda House. Will the township trustees jilea-e explain to the citizen meeting tonight what the poor lund is for, it not for the poor7 The people cry ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 7 February 1885

Ks&BmEM Springfield Globe -Republic TUJ: N1MUNVIK1.I OTOIIK, I Volxmio IV. Nmnlor 324. f SPEDSTGFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 7, 1885. ri'HEHl'UINOPIELT) nEPUIJIJC I Volime X.XJC. Number 334,. OWEN, PIXLEY A CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Sligh'ly warmer, partly cloudy weather; light rain or enow; southerly winds, Iwooraii g varia ble; falling, followed iu eitrcme west jioi tion by rising barometer. THE FOUNDATION These are fundamental principles of Gw n, Pixley & Co's Mammoth Clothing Estab lishment : I. To keep at ail times the largest, best, most comprehen sive and reliable stocks to be fsund in this market. As a matter of fact, the store, 25 & 27 West Main Street, this city, is among the largest re tail houses in the west, devot ed exclusively to Mens'. ... 7 Youths', Boys' and Childrens' Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Hats. 2. To bring the producer and the consumer in contact, and thus save the latter the rdinary retailer's profit 3. To stand by every rep ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 7 February 1885

l&liSLl IH SLOBE-REPUBLIO. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY CLNKEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. .LOST-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WESTKIQHST. Cor. Walnut Allay. TERMSl Ml; adltion, par jur, tail edition, per eek, $7.50 15 cants. Weekly Globe-Republic. RAMKOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, 6HE DOLIjA a TEAr$. AI eacntsiricatiaiu should b tiirtnti ti KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, SprlagfUM, Ohio. SATURDAY EVEAIAG, FEB 1 The temperance women of the land are retting ready to demand of Mr. Cleveland that he banish wine from the White-House table. The New-York Tribune, with a Frenchy affectation, calls it dynaniteur; which means precisely no more, no less dyn amiter. Go to, with jour dvnamiteur. The letters R. S. V. P. on a visiting-card jtaean licspondez Sil Vous Plait; and how many nice little fellows that flourish these letters could put the meaning ot them into English? Legate, lriend of St. John, was before the Springer committee in Washington yesterday. The correspondent who ...

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. — 7 February 1885

T3WS MwStMji 5 GLOBE MEPUBUO. SATUBDAT BYEIOSfG, FEBRUARY T, 1888 MwW CLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xnlly SZdItlcm OAiLk h r.iTiir.tt Kt; uxr ! THIS LOCiUTr, AS H-COKDKD BT 1. tlKCXY, KXrKKSSLT FOR THK OLOFK-KKPCRUC Februsry 6, is5 lu . niidj vteauivr. J0. in 2' X Fair 1U-SUR.U . 1S S I Fair 2:30 p. tu. 21' a I Fair K-xip m 22 s I Snowing 10 30 p. m 23' S I 8pwiiit Mean temperature 16 above aero. Tfctiiperaturtf el aauiedata in 184, 39 above. lemperaluro of un 1 te in 1B33, 29 above, temperature ol sain data In 1SS7, 9 above tero. Odo Inch of mow Jell ttila morulas, 0.03 inch of water. G1TY MATTERS. "Frenchy" Weill, of Buffalo, formerly of till city, ii at tbe Lagonda Uoue. Married: Thursday evening, January 1', 2885, at tbe residence of tlie officiating min ister, Mr. Oeorfre Atchison to Hi si Anna Oates, both of near South Charleston, by Rev. G. H. Bin-lev, M. D.' There will be a meeting of the Board of Managers ot the McAU Auxiliary, at the res idence of Mrs. W. H. Webb, east Iligb. street, co...

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. — 7 February 1885

Effi&ffi&trl t- itfi 1 -"f T-" 11 rrT GLOBE BEFTJBLIO. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY T 188b. CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS. CHAS. LUDLOW. NO DIFFICULTY Need ever be experienced in obtaining Shoes to fit you. If there is any peculiar reason why you can not find a fit in the large stock of goods on our shelves, you have only to leave your measure in our Custom Department and we will guarantee a comfortable fit every time. A diepntch from Cbantiing Richards to Marshal IlnrwRrJ 6ays tbat tbe case of 0. H. lierrj has been pat over one wk. to Feb ruary 10. The witnese will, ihcrelore, wait until further notice before Roinp to Cincinnati. I I BELA.T JULJL, COMPETITORS. I Have the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of Toilet Soaps at Lowest Prices! Mr. J. M. Orave, of Ijoutevlllf, is registered at the Arcade Hotel. Mr. Adam JfefF, one of the oldest residents of German toxnsliip, was stricken with paralysis last Tuesday, and his life is now de spaired of. Mr. John Knoch, of West Liberty,...

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. — 8 February 1885

EESl K3fg Sunday Globe -Republic SPEENGFIELD, OHO, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8. 18$- I 12 !... l. 1113. Number H.O. TIT'S SPniNOPIELI) BEFUHliIO rolums X.X.X.. Number 3(1. Volume IV. OWEN, PIXLEY A CO. Ohio Valley anil Tennessee- Slightly warmer, partly cloudy weather; light rain or snow; southerly winds, beronurg vitria ble; falling, followed in extreme west poition by rising barometer. "reliable Are highly instructive, exceedingly useful in many ways, and, with al, interesting to prop erly constituted minds. Statistics, however.l.Ke humorous literature, to be relished must not be presented to the mind in very large doses at any one time. The whole number of kinds and styles that are com prised in our vast as sortment of Men's, Youths', Boys' and Chil dren's Clothing, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, in each of these departments of OUR MAMMOTH would doubtless be a very in teresting piece of statistical intelligence to the readers hereof the enormous totals would be an astonishing r...

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. — 8 February 1885

asfo fl t53l THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SITNPAY M6BJTtfrG, FEBRUABY 8 1885. DO YOU REMEMBER? Do you rrrriesber that dav, mr dear. OhI I shall rememUT until 1 die). That wonderful day of a vanished year, When under the green of a leafy tky. With Nature sindnif her sweetest tune. We sat through tho lour, tlaj altormxm? Ohl fair was tho world on that perfect day. With soiiir aud color and shade and thine; With Flowing jrruin and with meadows gay. With odor subtle nnd fresh and One: With the solt low music of muted birds With tho calm content of tho graziiur herd. Never a wonl did we &y of love. As wo sat in the happy shadows there; lint we heard Its volco In the Iwuiths above. Wo felt its breath on tho pulsliur air; In the silence sweeter fur than speech. Our hearvlxutls ausu ered each to each. Still i your hand like the lily leaf. With tho sea-shell's tint at tho tlnjrer tips; Your hair has tho eoldof the jrathcred sheaf, SHU like a rose aro your dewy lips; And 1 know In my soul that to-...

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. — 8 February 1885

m& THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUEPAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8 1885 X CAUSES OF LUNACY. PHYSICIAN GIVES INCIDENTS HIS ASYLUM PRACTICE. OF Treatment of Lunatics A Tlirarr of Cure-How Some Obstinate Case. Were Made ta.y t Handle-Ignorance anil Intelligence Louisville CourierJouraal. "Lunatici should bo treated as children If !?V?,V'Ctl toSJvem or cure them, and a kind Lot firm n lo will do more toward ef fecting both than all the harshness and bru tality in tha work'." The shaker wju a prominent physician connected with one of the several insane asy lums of the state, and his remarks were made n a general discussion on insanity, its causes and rare. Continuing, the doctor said: ,. " 'fn J -y kind, but firm rule, I mean tha. thoo having lunatics in charge should cultivate them, talk to them pleasantly as often as the circumstances will permit, and teach them that you mean no harm and that you will give them protection. This creates a friendly, trustful feeling in them, drives away the fears whi...

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. — 8 February 1885

r. THE GIJOBE SBPU3U0, SOTPAY jMORNIKfl, FEBRT7ABY 8 1885. EIGHT FA.GKB& i' m M LOBE-REPUBLIC nblished Every Sunday Horning SEE-HEFDBUC BDILDIK. WEST HICH ST. 1'iro Iollnrt I'cp Your, t'lvu CciiIh l'cr Copy. i trend ly Carrier to Any Tart of the City. A Jicm ill Communlrstlons to tbe I SUNDAY GLOBE-KEl'UBLIC, Springfield, O. l4 ilOK . FKH. S, 1SHS. UAILt H r I rt K KBfOKT TO I THIS LOCiUTT. A KklokDID BT J. DEC1I, KSFKIU3LT M TBK HLOI-K-KKPCBLIC. February 7, ittS I . nidi Miner. J0."ZL" I 2" N I Fair oain is" S Fair Jp.m F'lr SO p. " 2J M I Snowing w r, a S ' Suowing . eu ki. -rlur 16 aloTf seru. lrurtui uuir ilte 10 l-4 39 abuTe. Temperature ol Ur I l tu i- S9 ab ire i.upwMtur ol sani- i in i W 9toe zero. Onolnchof mjftl this morning, 0.03 Inch ot vitrr. Mr. Cleveland is still an unknown quan tity. Nobody knows what bo is going to tlo'or whom be is going to call into his cabinet. lie is an c ject ol interest. More than ten thousand Irish laborers have been dismissed in London s...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 8 February 1885

mum EE1 THE GLOBE BEFUBUO. iUSJAY MOBNING. FEBB3JABY 8 1885. EIGHT PAGES. rB j J. " RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. WJIKS A'i TALKS ASOVT 11 A cirr. Items' of Interest Gathered by One XYIio te-p Kyea aud IZarfl Open fur Urn Ueu- . of Sprluctlelil Headers Notes lieu til, 3Iulcal, Artistic aud Social. rAnd still tbcv come I Kight on the heels the announcement of the removal of the i Paper 1H.1 Machiiaery Manutactory Irom llton, N. Y, to this city conies the isn- luncement that Springfield has an excellent lance ior ecuinK the location here of the ewatk Hacnine Co- manufacturers of Clover tillers. The comimnj was recently burned ; fram their former location ami is at esent canvassing the manufacturing cities the State for a desirable location. The irks hare been located at South Bend, Ind., Newark, 0., and the proprietors manu- cture the Clover Huller recognised the puntry over as the best in the mirket. They I present require alout 400 men to get cut heir season's work and their business is pidl...

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. — 8 February 1885

gasss-i fcyj?n DAM DAYS. DY nUOII CONWAY. Author of "Calkd J5ucfc." CIIAlTElt I. A TKATEIl AND A VOW ' When this story of my life, orof such por tions of my life as present any outof-the-comnion features Is read, it will be found that I have committed errors of judgment I have sinned not only socially, hut also acainst the law of the land. In excuse I can plead but two things the strength of loro; the weakness of human nature. If these carry no weight with you, throw the paper aside. You are too good for me; I am too human for you. Wo cannot bo friends. Head no further. I need say nothing about my chlldlnod; nothing about my bojhood. Let me hurry on to early manhood; to that tune when the wonderful dreams of vouth begin to leavo one; when the inipuiso which can drive sober reason a-ide must be. Indeed, a strong one; when one has learned to countthe cost of every rash step; when the transient and fitful flames of the b'ij have settleddown to steady, glowing firo which will burn until...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 8 February 1885

IWGS it'tfgvi WMM THE GLOBE HEPHBIIO. STOSPAY MORNESTG, FEBRUARY 8 1885 "THE PLAINS." IA11 the Year Round. The namo did not atmh-distinctively to the house in which the MUs Harveys livod, ' but was the appellation of the whole short, j wide, comfortable-looking street in which I the Miss Harveys dwelt in middle-aged I health and comfort. Their houo, like most of its fellows, was , tall, of red brick, approached by four rather . steep stone steps, and entered by a stout oak door, on which gleamed a brass knocker of good design ani workmanship, liut the j Hiss Harvey.' house differed from its neigh bors in resw-ct of Iwing more snon v as to its ' ttc, more brilliant to it-, windows, more gleaming as to its knocker, and more up to the mark as regarded its general appearance tLan any of its neighbors. "A therougbly well-kept house," the other occupanU of the short street said, pointing it oat with pride; "and inhabUed by two of the bet and 'liest kept' in mind, heart and soul women tint...

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. — 8 February 1885

rarci CITY MATTERS. R. J. XtKon 19 s?riliiip Sunday in Cin cinnati. Dr. II. 1. l.mdwy, of the bt (.eorgc Hotel, XtrnU, was in the citj yesterday llia Mamie bheet, of South Charleston, was the Ruest of JIr. Ella link, of Chiton street, yesterday. Officer Sol. Uaruer, Hcconijunied by Cha Robinson, wis in the city yesterJny looking for Sol.'s would be a.ai-in, but they did not get him. Mr. Peter Conner, ot the Pinkerton De. tective Agency, is in the city, thefjuestof De tective John T. N'orn. Vr. Conners has been assisting Xorri9 in the Hocking Vulley. Mr. II. S. Showers is lying rery ill at his residence on Linden aenue home time ego an abscess lorrued on his hand, and great fears are entertained that blood poisoning may set in. Among other changes in appointments ot the clergy is the transfer, by Archbishop Elder, of Rev. Cna. Shellhammer to St. Ber nard's (German) Catholic Church, this city, as assistant pastor A HAVS il.K r.UllTK. Th Succulent but Kxploic Weiner l umt Caunrii an Kx...

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