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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 9 January 1886

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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. — 9 January 1886

c-, -- SJSgtjBi SsepSItS'i' V tr r t WWJWfc .otv.r o r.x&fcQBfiggaPBB 9 1886 LTa(alBBH4aiV ' HiH!iMLf (tSS.f9KjltSu3 Br. Balfa rP$3LX?2&2Zi, . hiiui v w J Cans at aaee. iJiLioM) uebak n v f k v- g HlWuk(3tl7 all 5 I lB!!? IJJJafaiia4ifcfad r v I .T NtMBHiifftttslal I UVYTiB.N4.aniT: ' I V ki .tll n n I KMlTfrVfcO)ltl.tT ;JAl4MrtaiJlr.. - MUM-i-wm 3 CkC dav rx aa3 p m jrPtf yipin CCkU&TM.ls sVElrmn'&-Vi' SWfii WMJmf.-' 2T. 0.Ac 5 tnm So l i S Ac. s Warn a I aC.KxM-ulam SlCJt I hxlUsJUam .K.,iiiatKxNiS.pm iawvnKk Van. z iiay ex e si a..iu p m 14 LNiAR'd tilra Jtiij is. x 11 m ti 1 ladlaaa. Blooatinalow fcfc4T g 'HI J.llfc1 die Dlxialoo. a jo4, 1 -.-."?. ua, S AccomtDoUfcKa. UlXt. JpM -i 5 wp.m. k! OOHO VIST. JPV "'V 1 2 r-r-T Mriwy " Ml n m AKKITC raOH XOfcTB. 1 . . . 1 WUtht Kxprejj--, -.rT in.lSa.m. S DaT K4 1 irTi, Iln-J SciVami. Euncaa 40pm. .iBoOnofflaasaaadt 2 Aigni mptts a - w 4 Way Express. H,10. m- ( Hxpress aX p. m. AUUTE riUK VOKTH. &i-uSl,zZ Stuailt. li...

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. — 9 January 1886

--yHiiiavwyJewawwgaBsssggy? z&xjz: tP.nTftWm; ajWa nBCMHHMBMWWMHWIWKHM rT-ic JZS&C ""Jo- GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING, JANTJART, 9 1886. cs M m t& Vft. L.'TOrtf 1Z it. - -M I. 1 l& .. " COLUMN. Try It. It 100 Wat a cook. Want a sltnatloa. Waat talesman, Want a servant girt. Vast to rent a atore. Want to aell a piano. Want to set! a horse. Want to bar or aell a noose. Want a food boardlns hoot. Want to lend or borrow montT. Want to bcr a second-hand carriage. Want to tod anything Too hare lost. Wanttonnda strayed or stolen anl mat. Waat to And an owner f orsn thing found. For three-line advertisement one day. tte.5 one week.SOc Bach additional Una one dai, v.; one weea. lie WANT O lirANTKtV A man to take an office and rep- IT resent a aaButsctnte. HO a week, rnall capital required Address with stamD. W.C. Klnssiaa. a 1 Race street. Cincinnati. UTAJfTKO-EniBlojrineBt Wanted b j a young 11 man. anything jost so it is nonorsDie Grocery preferred, speaks English and 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. — 10 January 1886

B9F e Bails' "v&k Sijnday Globe-Republic .THB MPRINOVIEU) OI-OR SPRTfrGFTttTT), OHIO, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY, 10, I8t6. , TaryotS5,ag""Sg5fe.!c aSS- J sesr r " rzrs sa .1 . icrf5i r. . ' toiiit nvBosr i nr , iggte r Si flnv SSK. itfef r-s & 551. WEATHER FACTS." Wasbixgtos. Jan. . Iadletultai for, the Ohio Valley ana Toausawn Wf Weather, wanner la Tennessee, stattsea rttsssptratnrt In Ohio Valley, (ollwed by wanner weather; northwest to southwest wind. SrRWGFlELD, 1 Jan. 10, 1 886. J .Winter at Last in Air and Sky! And enough of it to make the unusual In ducement now being offered In our overcoat stocks of Immediate interest to every man, jouth, boy or child not already provided with comfortable outer garments, Mr. Jack Frost was late in coming; months have passed since we were read for him. Yesterday we got notice that he was near. He is everybody's guest, wel come to some, to others not Be is exact ing in fashion, and if not properly dressed to greet him, gives as sharp, s...

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. — 10 January 1886

niHHViPmpPWHIPMIPRIVffinMiMmpHPBHiq IJiSSSSSBffiffiHHfflHHSSB Hmii WBate, ,.. ! .' S3?!K3w?33S&S'!f. firST-1 r rM i r. - -- & - '-"-"W!W!5f?eaes2j 1 -- ;i?wsrty2Wg3gmaJJiVW BrBBBr-naBaBBTaBBsBr- ' V "wwww-" ---'-vw'rnwiAiaMiiBwiwaillfln Mm i $ i KM rslb-T' SwS MEN El A PARIS MYSTERY. TJy the .author o "Jfw Uvcats and Ify DauoMer." Chaptkr YIII CoSTnTCED. AstoUlrarmconnecticawith the af. '-fbir. Here are hare an uncle notoriomiy rick, a nephew notoriously poor. We hare ample . evidence of the existence of bad f seiingbe. twMB thk sac! and nephew. atoatoa It witness of a violent acane between them; (keen boars lieiasner call hie napfcaw ras cal; jfarsal a moat reluctant witness teat sha that on tha night oC the murder Oirani starnwUeMaJaanokaBa'cnVaad declared that ha hated aim. 'TTirbttnaa in, the STailsa.! tliaawiba, kspeiit by Girard and Maraal at the Cafe da laBouroa. They leara the cafe together at a Utak before 10; at the bead of the Baa Dau phins, where they reside, Gir...

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. — 10 January 1886

nnii .. ., .f 1...., ..r r. v g M . . . , . , , , 1 1 fn - iimn-ii-i -rn rir i-nf Tmtiiipaiiiiii i 11 watawcmww gyagwgiwMgirr.rw.'rta-fj SrV'-W- e&l i sss? t 1 1 I vg , III r ....-.- fT STANDING UPON THE SUMMIT. Some day, within the future, when I stand Upon the summit of the Mount of Fame And hear below the crowd on either hand Applaud, with deafening cries, my poor, weak name, " I wonder if then, turning round my eyes To read apprm al written in our own, Iriaall not Ittl a thrill of strange surprise Tliat I am standing mutely there alone; A sense of wonder that my eyes so blind Had been to all sae that alluring height, "- ' , I had nut noted you were left behind. Until I stood upon the longed-for sit. I wonder if I will not straight forget The years that I have toiled that gain. And something like a sickening regret Surge o'er my heart and turn the boar to pain. AMERICAN TYPE OF COUNTENANCE- The Narrowing and Pinching That Baa Gone on Face of the Fatar. Wo can never reconstruc...

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. — 10 January 1886

"v&tMtr-f ' wMgga" THE CTLOBE .REPUBLIO SUNDAY MOKSOKQ, JAJTCJABY 10. 1886., BRACK'S OPERA HOUSE. 8A3IUEL WA.r.IMA.IV, BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE. SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, 1886 FIRST AND ONLY APPEARANCE IN SPRINGFIELD OF THE I IT G Km--. M'LLE. EMMA NEVADA! Siasa y&iSa zmt :&-?i&4 Fii I 83';':, Uider the direction of Mr. C. A. Chizzola, Saturday Evening, January 16th, at eight o'clock. Mile. Emma Nevada, assisted by the following eminent artists : sip Mr. Edmond Yeronet. tenor. Siq. Carlo Buti, baritone. Sig. Luigi Casati, violinist. Mr. Gustave Lewiti, pianist. Siq. Paolo Giorza. musical director. -, U w sftt r Ur, Reserved Seats (lower floor), $1.50. First three (3) Wednesday, January 13th, at 8 a. m., at C H. Pierce's. Pssitivs appearance sf the eminent cemmedians, ROBSON AND CRANE QfiffiEREPUBLlC. EVEIIIC.SUIOHUD WEEKLY. flM,raa la M BaMk CwvtiMnal DkMtl iMMajtaMkMrmHaMM. PUBLISHED SV THE sniitfim niuaiK ci. Mi'aauM ! I alPIy 1. nnhllihea rery evening except Sunday...

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. — 10 January 1886

sss 3r,':,wt jwiy .is&s '-; iv' rrisss:fis?vf5gie 1 . . . . 'T .. '' Ld.4Bb' nil Ml WtWHawmaHivi: nB-ir-y ii mtffliiiiwuwiw.i. mi,j.,j- -,' . ...:rr? ,JJ .vw--V;'.- aSSS ISM Hi as!9 i 111 fc V?. m m KV ik . iSSI ' mm m 9.1 Mr 1 ill HT : iV Beware of Scrofula ftcrofa U probably more general than any other disease. It is insidious in character, and manliest Itself in running sores, pustular" eruptions, bolls, swellings, enlarged Joints, abscesses, tore eyes, etc. Hood's Sarsaparllla expels all trace ot scrofula from the blood, leading it pure, enriched, and healthy. " I was severely afflicted with scrofula, and over a year had two running sores on ray neck. Took Are bottles Hood's Rarsaparilla, and am cured." C E. Lovejot, Lowell, Has. C A. Arnold, Arnold, Me., had srrofnlons sores for seven years, spring and fall. Hood's Sarsaparllla cured him. Salt Rheum Is one of the most disagreeable diseases caused by impure blood. It Is readily cured by Hood's BarsaparllU. the peat blood pur...

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. — 10 January 1886

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC SUHDAY MORK1KG, JAtttTAHY 1018t6 Ecsu&l I IF S5SSS El' 5St- s& f IK & i THE STORY OF A TROUT THAT KICKED Tk:BEAM AT FIVE GOOD -HONEST POUNDS. Its Gallant Pleat The Oatlng of a Iwys and Botanudna; 8Mt Wastdagtea.s Troat. icsisaau Tto Pknoo and I had bna botnUnc ud sYhing nearly erery any for more than a week, lathe beginning we had given un willing recognition to that kw of thepollt teal tmewmitta, thodivauon of labor, forth Parson wm the botanist and I theflthsrman Whlk be totaniaed, I dallied with hk ferns and twin-Somn, and whiU I flriwd be pteTMl with the speckled trout of tbe aparkJi':i Bench. Ttatitk tantertomakea iahaitnaa of a preacher, Itan abbtsaitt of alawyer peat deal caster, and baton wr dart of oampljwrtOTW-thptocatorUl pupil was measuring hk luck with hk Blaster's, walk I, alas! hare to go to my dictionary to mate aura of no mistake hi the palling' of hk beautiful droteras and tarraetnioM. Our camp waa on that railroad which maa quarterin...

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. — 10 January 1886

-ZZFvr7xTrimF ' - - - - --m '. - -,. -t fes l at i.j r. , HYGIENIC ADVtCE. ONtOHUKMBMftATlON wtttOF THE CAUKS OF MUK AND DEATH. at the tjaaaaa aretes hw-Itr Bat ntsT Journal ef MmMlI Checked aersatratiaB to the fruitful m of tlcknom, disease aad death to salwtaetos every year. If a teakettle of wsasr to botliac oath are. steam toseea hNkcfroaitkoMoM earryler the extra Baal with to. but If tha aid he dewa.aad lb aaoat at pledged a BtrueU asaieaioa foOewt to a i sheet Ites. .Beat to caaatantly hem body by tbt chemical dtosrgealra tfee. the combuttiea of Ik food we eat That an T.8M.OQ0 tubes pore oath atfteoofibtbodj. which ia kcalth are any ana. coevoyteg nan ia i Cr Wat to caned gttarhto pr ut tbli hmraal boat, which, having oatwifd Ha Barroom, to passed off like Ma of atom watch are throwa from the Kpo-BtDa..ia Mtfa. of aay ordiaarjr stem eafiaa: baUbto tssmnttle perspira ttoaoarrEo with to. la aemeolved tarn. maeh of the west aula ec tae itoobaoMeat of a mat or two I VVIV SWOSy PWI...

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. — 10 January 1886

HHBBHBIWiBlfl'SH5S55555ft! ' ,- "AS v-5S5BHBBBHB V .-ji iniTiiiBt Mini- imnii ii.i i.T ! ii m 7 wThii " " " '" i iinkmni ranwnn - n - i' " '' lHJBi UtlAJBto IIXjVVJZXjLKJ. BUJMUAI J1UJKJN.LHI, d-aJNUiJty 10, 1886. S? r-vrrc m maj arnni ro nni iiiiii VATmALXEir F-S-Vl I Try It. if you Want a cook. Want a situation. 'Want a salesman. Want a aerrant Ctrl. Waat to rent a store. Want to sell a piano. Want to sell a bone. Want to bar or Mil a home. Want a good boarding bono. Want to lend or borrow money. Want to bay a second-hand carriage. Wast to lad anything you bars lost. Waat to Ib4 a strayed or stolen animal. Want to and an owner for an thing found. For thrw-Uao advertisement on day. ISe.; aa waek.Ste. Bach additional Una one day, aaswaek. Ho' WANTED. WAICTKI-Eaployment Wasted byayoaac man. anything just so It Is honorable. Grocery preferred, speaks English and Uer maa. Oaod references given. Address J. H. B. UTAICTKD SltsatJons by two girls to do gen TT oral boaae-work. tiood recomm...

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. — 11 January 1886

r -ae!58i5awss&g2J !AAtfiS4c3ferl9flW3PBilR ''P lVv .-V SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC. v V SPRINGFIELD, O., MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY, U, 188G. PRNGPIKLD OIOBS-yWU'VX. No. l. PBINGFEU) REPVBLIO-Vol. XXXL No. 340. PRICE TWO GENTa WEATHER FACTS. Wismxcios. Jan. 10.-Indlcatlons lor the Ohio Valley and Tennessee Fair Heather, stationary followed by slowly rlilni tempera ture, northeast to southwest winds. Fair and moderating In this vicinity today. Wanner and continued Mr weather tomorrow. Ihe cold weather prevails now throughout the country. With the exception of the Lake Regions bright sunshine generally preTalled. In the southwestern and western districts the tem- perature Is rising. Spring field, Jan. ii, 1886, r Winter at Last in Air and Sky! And enough of it to make the unusual In ducement now being offend in our overcoat stocks of Immediate interest to every man, youth, boy or child not already provided with comfortable outer garments. Mr. Jack Frost was late hi coram: months hav...

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. — 11 January 1886

GLOBE REPUBLIC. MQ3SDAY ETENING, JAmJAHY, 11 1886. Ci vrj I D Si- v ? "ir?. 1 sS H 6L0BMEPDBILIC. HEMICSIIUIUD WEEKLY. " PUBLISHED BY THE VMKFmi ntusuis ti ;GH1 TM tVBMM M.Wt-tEniMJC Ii published every evening except Sunday, ana is dellv- area at ia ran 01 we. per week. Single cop ies 3c. TM MHT .0K4CnUC Is Issued every c Susslay marnlng.'an la delivered to ob- svcrttwraatBiperyear. Single copies Se. TM tViNUV W.ME tWUC Is published . every Tnurwday. and Is one ot the most com-l-plet family newspapers tn the country: eight paces, markets complete. Replete , with news and miscellany. II per year. In variably caah In ad ranee. fa smicnai niiisiu. ., v mmrantiD, o. Telephone So. Hi. ONDaT CVBHtft. UMUUT tl, MM. (taiaraorw J1imi We give the governor's iitevagi" In full. It is a model of directness and brevity, con sidering the number of topics discussed; and there k not a topic chosen Init is uf ital Keneral Interest U the whole people- It is a kind of document that can not be cut down ...

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. — 11 January 1886

p uv,vifi$rT GLOBE BEPUBLTO. MOKDAT TOE-SIffQ, JiaOT-kinZY 11 1886 J As-.-' 5 VTBHiBlPYa ; ' raU'MIl MiKJWj -Tae CmM dm a fbrlV . sqeiceiyseea Mfiwi aim.ais .11.1 KAEUDMlBn. lPUmTIB. riniiii iiwt ti imm, inm -. ..g, wnw B-rk-c-e, Ouln , Sora TOroU. Kcktin, Wound Hiadka, TsouuAe, r -ss. mm arts. iuk. Sold hy all WI. U -T eta m g.lirfh AMI kmit oar mutrfvu TrMe-nsrs, no ovr -rk,n rot Ca, I resetm". sletistan. 4. C Meyer rropnrucsT- Oame, Tid. U. it A. , Ball' Cans- Rrree will cere roar Conch at oaee. rncc obit u in. a aeiiir. RAILROAD TIME CARD. Clam. Cat, Cla- lad. K. R. o)la tier. Nlrtt K-'l:31an X..AB9Wam S0.1 K. K-- J.S P m 4 X.Y. I-fc..-:3u p m AS-IV- ROM .AST. Mght Kxii4 S" HAA 0. Kxtsu am aiu -CACdayri IJlpm A X V lUi Ex 4-M p in OOIKU SOITH. yXIcbt K- "iam 5 . JI'.At. 5-W a m 27 IUC.El.Mii e. A I. Kt1hi a tn jatCCi. 1:3) Jim S X A. B K-"4 M p ni SKIVE tMWH-TiI. 8 Night x,l.U a m U.l S. Ac 5,a m 1 N Y It K Kx V M a m 2 Hsyex.e'st S. Up m 3D S. A 0. Ac- S Si I' in j 4 li.1UU tt ...

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. — 11 January 1886

-$' SLOBS KEPUBLTO. MOSPAY EVENDTQ, JANUARY, 11 1886 -yy PEOPLE'S COLUMN. -. - Try It., w Ifjou Want cook. Want a situation, want talesman, waat a aanrant dri. Want to rant a store. Want to atll a piano. Want to aril a hone. Want to bay or aell a bouse. Want a good boarding noose. Want to lend or borrow money. Want to bo a second-band carriage. Want to And anything you bare lost. Want to find a strayed or stolen animal. Want to find an owner for an thing found. Tor tnree-llne adverttaasneat one day, lie.: week.tOc Bach addlBoaal Uasane day. Se,; one week. Me' WANTfO- W ANTED A man of temperate and mora' habits, seeking unDlormenL. torenreseut an old established house in his own counties. Salary to begin per moath. Kefrrencss exacted and glren. UA1 BK03, 16 Barclay uni,.icii avik. auniom WANTED Ladles and Toting Hen desiring light, profitable employment at borne to Bend for oar circular. Mailed free. Distance bo objection. No canraaslng. All materials furnished. Address Kensington Ar...

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. — 12 January 1886

i-v. SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC. SPELNGFIEU), A, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12 1B86. PRICE TWO CEETML ntlKCJU'lCU.! UKPUBUC-VoL 3CXX1. No. 3-11. z$r RIP V- WEATHER FACTS. Washisgtoh. Jn. li-Indlcatlons for the Ohio Valley and Tennessee Fair. slightly warmer aeather. westerly winds InOhloval ley and variable winds In Tennessee, (ailing barometer. Sl'RINGl-IELD, ) Jan. 12, 1SS6.J We are very anxious to sell overcoats ; no dodging that. We'd rather pocket a loss now than pack and carry to another season. We are willing you 21 should pick the best satin lined overcoat in house for $20. We are will ing you should return the coat if vou find one as erood for $10 more money. A pick from our $10 piles for an even S.oo. A pick from the S.oo piles for 6.50. A pick from the 1 S.oo quali ties for 1 s.oo, and so on. We are very anxious to dispose of a great many overcoats be tween now and February 1st, no dodging that. - We are not afraid of critics. Weighers, gaugers, testers and tasters are wel...

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. — 12 January 1886

iHlkAte ' ..F"-''"aaa0e(MflpUl'HvK-VUM-u:"VXivr (F1 HI' ' T aaSaMl M .'- "-a.IMMra'3'm- iia llll i I I, - ' fmja&2rm&m&mm3tt $ sssa? EHeSSffisSKaaK z9 a 9af ?' I its. & v GLOBE-REPDBILIC. EKincsoiitiD mm. 10 VBxf Papa? M M PUBLISHED BY THE sniKHELi musmc u TM mMM IMI-KniM.IC Is published every evening except Sunday, and ti deliv ered at the rate ot 10c per week. Single cop teslc THC MMMT KWWMUC I Issued every Sunday moraine andjs dellrered to sub scribers at $2 per year. Single copies 5c TM strtEaLY aLMCCPUMJC it published erery Thursday, and Is one ot the roost com nitM famiiw nikwtuTMra in the country: eight paces, markets complete. Replete with news and miscellany. II per year, in variably east ia ad ranee. mom nmsiiiE .... STKHrOFISLO. o. Telephone No. "4. TUOOaY EVBHMB. JaNUalT ti. ISM. lltrfrali! See our oiocial ili.itcli from Columbus tills morning. Hon. Kinmitt ToiiipTsins liake! AVe air R'ad "'"" murder trial was over. Mer. Slietunl ami Jolintoii, we lave 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. — 12 January 1886

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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. — 12 January 1886

.iSV-iV?--TZAr ,-H-W 4k GLOBE REPUBLIC TtrtisM-Y EVENING, JANUARY, 12 18SG. 1 If IJ.y C V. rc .fa PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Tr It. w "eB . Want s cook. 'Want a situation. Want a salesman. Want a st rant Ctrl. Want to rent a More, Want to aelt a ilano. Want to Mil a hone. Want to buy or sell a biuse. Want a (ood boarding h.iuw. Wantto Uml-or borrow anomr. Want to boi a srcvnd-hand csrttacr . Wanttollnds&Tlnlnc you bare lost. Want to And a strayed or stolen animal, WanttofindaajMrnerforanthlnfffound For thTee-llne adrrrtlaement one dty. IV.; i one week. 60c. Eaeb additional line one day, V.; one week. Ise' I WANTfD. WANTED Erery one to know that tbe price of Uolden i leece flour has been reduced to U sacks. tuo.H sacks. 75 cent. Kara WANTED A ctrt to aaslst In small family and to to schooL A good home lor foinl girt. 70 Clifton at. 82m WANTED Nurse competent to take chaw o( children. Sit bouth Market street. Km WANTED A situation to do light house- it wont DTi young gii Apply at M Taylor s...

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. — 13 January 1886

3memWMmBWm&BBBB2&E&J&& V. SPRINGFIELD -REPUBLIC. M TK?fOir'lTCt.T OliOBK-Vol VI. N. Kl.NTOFll-L BKPUBUC-VoL XXXI. No. 348. SPRmGFIETJ), O., EIXNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 13 1886. PRICE T GLOBE E WEATHER FACTS. at ....... i. iTntlftlAna for the Ohio Valley and Tennessee Warmer. Ulr neatuer. except In the Ohio Taller; cloudy weather with local mows, followed In Ten nessee by local snows, winds generalli souu erly, tailing barometer. Springfield, Jan. 13, 1886, , Careful consideration of the many who have not as yet been fortunate enough to se cure one of Robert Maginnis' celebrated bcotch caps, we have wired our people at head quarters to forward by first express 25 dozen more. Let this remind the workingman that we are constantly work ing for your comfort, and at the lowest possible margin. It is overcoat time here un til February 1, 18S6. There are dollars to be saved in overcoat buying, no matter what quality your purse calls for. Present prices are un- "precedente...

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