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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 31 January 1886

"8 ijKS SI lb 33j "SELF OK BEARER." Hi WAL1EK BESAVT Author of 'All Suli iw ContiifiOHi o CH.MTKll L Tim riuumiu s mwnnt. ,s- rfWl' tlK lM in the Cbnlnn' Hospi tal at SLaiwell are ransl alonz the ides of the but 1 In troika brfore the open -replace, and ome ow placed on top ot the tove, like a French dis-laid to stew in a lUin-Marie, and tome hare spray playing upon their faces and down their throat; tome ara deeping. oroe are nicking the bottle, and eome are lying broad awake, their grave eye staring straight before them, as if nothing that goes on out sate the crib has the least interest for a baby. 1-ereaB- there sits a mother, her child in kar' lap; bat there an not ay mothert preseat, and about the ward all day and all Bight perpetually borer the sister. When OB ftrat visits this room there happens a Brious dimness to the eyes, with a choking at the throat, for M"Hm of the innocents s-feriag for the sins of their father and the Ignorance of their mothers. Presently this feeling...

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. — 31 January 1886

!r tf '"'?'' V?; -, ' r.sM1 -... , --- j - -" ' v' -i.-'- . - yinrfyf-- rjLRY 31,1886. ' '" i"i! i-'u'jj;j(ifeffTWJwi TPS. r.' Ifif ISll && yicSdi" ?s& ?! S5wrq SfHS :?. fW&7l iJS53-l sss Laal r- ,-3 tte jl,J ,TYMa MONSIEUR'S PORTRAIT.- i TIRST StTTIKQ. -, An immense studio, from the ceTltng Which cornea the full light of day, illMTTn' frescoes on the wall, about the roomun finished canvases, bric-a-brac, guitars, mandolu,, tambourine, pije, draperies, trunks, tiger skins, old china, hoase' plants, easels of various sizes, tapestries portfolios of engravings, sketches, etc ' Katiline de Timeroy Large and sirpr pie; superb height, regular features; gray- green eyes; eyebrows and lashes black; ; hair of a reddlsn-brown, thick and silky; teeth white; lips full; feet and hands charming; costume of dark, heavy cloth, made close-fitting and simple, relieved only by a large silk cord in imitation of those worn by the Capuchins; fed silk stockings and varnished shoes fastene...

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 1886

C?2 fe s?? m mi mj is a f aT rrtfOKr GLOBE-REPUBLIC. IEIII.jSUIUTIIDITUlT. ajwlsj sespvr Ml SM kMJMHI PUBLISHED BY THE SPIIItflfLI NIIISIIK CI. iitft re nana saeM-ttytssuc tt published evert eve&ln excent Sanaa. ,udll dellr ered at the rate ol 10c. per week. Slntlecop- lesxc (H HMMT HMHinilllCli Issaed every Sunday moraine, and U delivered to ub- eriDenattlperjmar. Mngle copies 5c tM IBU turn IPUW.IC li published even Thursday, andU one ot the most com Blete famllT newanaDers in the roontrr: eight page, market complete. Replete wiinnews ana miscellany . i 1 1 per year. In- vanarui caan in advance. iatMtlli mrnirn sniKntu niusniE ti snuarerRui, o. Telephone So. rift. As tt is not 4"he locomotive, but the freight. That males the cargo. So it is what Is in the pocket, not the pate, "Tiat makes the mar' go.' - The clergymen who are opposed to all Sunday newspapers must discuss the subject without heated passion or angry denuda tion If they desire to be heard with any effect. The sai...

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. — 31 January 1886

"iSS$ r-ati- Sg v - U.-H-TJ..,.' mi -Taw-.,-.... - t r 4 (i yr-s-V s57S5---u.' '2 i . - - , j t1 - zr V3a- SG&jsa .- -' isr -ktwsu 1 ?&0: THE GLOBE KEPUBUO SUNDAT MOENIKG, JANUARY 31 1886. , "V -MORROW NIGHT Secure Your Seats Now at Carter's. Prices: 75 cts., 50 cts., and 25 cts. mmmm - .- TO aaaaaaaaaaaaaanA aBBBBBBBBBHB---- fc ML a-- -S?" PT Butt ftrhk9 VI wckit uh any ovmt news n .tar-fcsv 6efMNo Ml bfn r Dr. Bin twan hits win rare v CChat.ara. rftcaalr4CU.aaMil. RAILROAD TIME CARD. Clara CoL. Clau lad. R. B. OOIXQ EAST. Nlctat Kxl-am UN.Y.B.Uam 2 C. k E. Ex. 3 JO p m 4 y.Y.L.Kx-V)pm unci ntOH I1ST. 9 Night Ki2-ZVam 27 D.S A C. Ex8-0U a m SClCdayex l.llpm SNYBCKx Ulpn OOIJD SOCTB. V Xlrbt Ex ISin 25b.C.Ae 5 Warn S7 D.JkC.Ex,8-aam C. 41. Ex .10-00 a m 3U.lC.Ei. lpm &XYBEx4.50pm nun raoic socth. S Nlrht Ex-'lJOara 86 1) 18. Ac. SJOata 12 NYBEExS.ISam 2 Da ex. Cat 33) p m 30 8. C. Ac SSpn 4 LNiJtBM it.SOpm Iadlaaa, Blooming-ton and W. R, It Mid dle Division. SOIKO SA8T. ...

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. — 31 January 1886

EKEO t -j4.,a- -. -- -siSevt.i t W-. ijttfrj.TLT3f " "" ar.p. 'itr..', !I v? "7-- r; ,", , ,. r y. 'yra sffi y- irT-V'f$5'flrr"8' .Aiw.iK st .'rN -j-sr GLOBI REPtJBIJO. SHKTDAY MOKNUffQ. JAXITABY 31,1866 HI sifts' IIS lUfe m la mi 2&3S& ZSn&Zi $Mi m&zm imki ""w i.tsi mm 3se BASSMAGERAX'SIJATTKUY The elevator In the Conjunctive Bank building hnd iu.-.t started on iIh Hfu-ilrt "" triD. 1 he hour v a-i mon On thU tnii the elevator had but one i nt-sonr Thii was not lecau.se people vv crv licking hu wanted to go up, hut because it was the unwritten liw of the Conjunctive Bink building that when Mr J. Livingston reSJgwrs desired to ascend he ghoul 1 hav e Kss eatv.it of all to himself. Jngcr-. was eepKalit and held the heaviest mort "guge on thr building. Therefore, w hen Jaggers lumbered, into the hall, the usual crow d of business persona and o.Tlce bo)8 who were Malting to be transported sky ward ere unceremoniousl) ejected f rora the car and left to hurl d"narnjln r c...

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. — 31 January 1886

yfffftHf.y-"VALvw iHyygj-jse THE GLOBE i las ifaMitasaaaaVaiJsasesaasaas 3i.i88e ; fyg rACTi p. I I -rat- I TEXAS CENTIPEDE. PERSONAL APPEARANCE AND PHYSICAL CONSTRUCTION. j Utteral Allowance of Leg aad Their ' Mas How He Appears When la Liauor His Latent Energy aad Social Ostracism. i V-i i X ' tOrUtnaL) Although bom and retard in Texas, tha twsnapsde is not popu'ar. He 11 not only albjeet to social ostracism, bat frequently victim to actual violence. Politics nothing to do with it, however, for a .asspulilican, black or white, or a stranger from the north, la aa promp: aa a Jefferso ajan Democrat in retarding the growth of a centipede with the back of an ax, or a fence rail, or anything else that coom handy. In Texas nolody ever takes a ceutipode into hie confidence more than once. For this pre judite the cent peile himself is more to blame than any bo, else, aa I will endeavor to bow. The mature centipede, Including all his meanders and turns, is about as Ions a a lead penal befo...

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. — 31 January 1886

Sss9ftSsii5S22ESS3S ":' isN? iTTnaWaniiinaeiwsnM tn r iMpwfffiiTrMs " vttSsm h iT.r nn -in"n riiiMflirn 11 uiomnftiwrr ISflKl i-l IV-. Sfel 1 U 4r mmm -mjk hrl tW. HkJk .WB 6 l-2c. per lb. is our price for Windsor "A" Sugar, 35c. per gal. For Golden Syrup at PHITEfl i CD'S jBJtxica-Jkxxr nouas. 91 and 93 W. Main St PEOPLES COLUMN. Try It. If you Want a cook. Want a situation. Want a salesman. Want a servant girl. Want to rent a store. Want to sell a piano. Want to sell a horse. Want to buy or sell a house. Want a good boarding house. Want to lend or borrow money. Want to buy a second-hand carriage. Want to find anything you hare lost, . Wasttoflndastrayedorstolenanlmal, Want to find an owner for an thing found. Tor three-line advertisement one day, 15c: en week. 50a Each additional line one day, S.; one week. ISc' l-OR RENT. pOR KENT A small house of two rooms, cen- x irauy located, wun an accommodations; rents cheap. Call at cor. Washington and vearaoraare. sea- nrAXTKn Two or thre...

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. — 1 February 1886

4"W5. " fwJvi1 rv f 4M 'W e SPRINGFIELD GLOBE - REPUB LIC . Tin- GIXIIIK-Vol. "VI. No. OH. 1 Tht REPUULlOVoL XXXI. No. rt.ir. J SPKESGFIEIJ), 0., MO!NTAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1 1886. PRICE TWO CENTS. vt WEATHER FACTS. Washixgtos. 1'eb. 1. Indication lor the Ohio Valley anil Tennessee Fair weather. coMer In eastern portion, stationary, followed by slowly rising temperature in the western portion, winds becoming variable, preceded in the Ohio valley by westerly winds. Springfield, Feb. i, 1 886. IT ISN'T A PEPPERY TALE. Ready-made or to measure, we know of no place where Clothing or Furnishing Goods can be got with equal advan tage. We know of no place where the truth about the stuffs sold is told more freely ; and we know no place where so little money buys so much of good things to wear, and, un derstand, that any bargain made can be unmade the uext minute, next day. next week, next year, it the goods are not soiled. What is done with such security is done with confidence. What is done...

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 1886

3-ttfcfcw-?5(,W. GLOBE KEFUB.L10. MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1 1886. - 1 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. ElEIIICSUIDtfllOEEKlT. Rq PSptf Ml sM PUBLISHED BY THE sfmtntii niusiii. n. TNE CVCNIM tLME-KFMUC li published .and Is dellv- every evening excent Sundav, ered at the rate of 10c per week. Single cop ies zc THE MMMY XM-Kr1jauC U Issued enq Sunday morning, and Is delivered t sub scribers at t2 per year. Single copies 6c THE WEEKLY L0K-EFUUC la published every Thnrsdsy. and Is one ot tbe most com plete tamllT newsnarjen In the eonnrrv: eight paces, markets complete. Replete with news and mlserllan. II per year. In- variably cash Id advance. AewrssteBs SnilCFIELI nuisiN. CI. SPaUXanCLD, o. Telephone No. 2S0. OssMT EYEXING. FEMUUY. I IMC. A Little Hopeful. In tlie light of our Senator Pringle's out giving, the thing at Columbus as to the Cin cinnati Thine looks a little hoiwful again. Hut we are afraid to take much stock In I'ringle's angulueue!". There Ls a pressure from tlie (iang of the democratic ...

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 1886

aaW--a?:? r? ir.- - i swarm atMr ' ifjiwyftp i Tw'iin. ....f...n nn.'jiv" .j-'it u' -..-rv ,, -, ,,.,, ,..,. Mjrammurtmrr: n. iMry;giwi.i,.i,riW GLOBE REPUBLIC MjOJTDAY gVEINil, PEBBTJABY 1 1886 aa unenmBBBBwaasa. e-a-a-a-an.BaBana MMaMMaaaMMMiiiiMiMMaMMHMMMMMMMIMIBM ckttt-a, VthvoptBfOwHrk. InciptaotCbMUtr eraaaa la ad-mai-M atan f L Ch OlBftmrrttem get. On kffoa. Tito CAuia Or. Jiwr. ""Tnav nana MMT rMlHU irJl wruMTi, AM tear our rnrtt TrmdJ(ia to rt . tT Mmt tm m t'w-cfat,.. -ft" t fmtMtm fsihr. tutd tfcai .: .W So. amtai flilli MA rhrw lnnen Hi TitrITlti An- iuic;ftM sa-ci..-aou tiUbtumau. RAILROADTIME CARD. Clevet. Cot. Cln. Ind. K. R. eoixo un. Night Kxl:20 a m 1! N. V. H.4 a m U'.t E.Ex. 3J0pm X.Y.L.Kx.j:5Upm ltKltL rxon IHI. MgDt Kx2.Sam 27 V-S- C Exs.-U) a m SCAOdayex 1:31 pm 5 XV BO Ex 4J1 pm ootwn nnrai. AKITK ruin SOtTH Nirht Kx 2:35 a m r I).JtC.ExB.-uam C I. Kx-KMMam 3 0.iC.Ei 1:20 pm SXY-tBExNiSOpm 8 Ntctit Kx1.3)am M l 18. Ac. Him II X Y B E Ex :li a m 1 Iayex.e'st 3...

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 1886

pp 'IxjO' s"'",.. 'J i J.iniWH '" .--- . ,', A.-g "t&OBE HEPUBLIU MONftAY KVSN1NG, FEBRUARY 1 1886 "J ' WN i i V l sewwssassxsnjswwsxfxj t i- IP!! ? If! Ik r t f r aSS t Spring Valley Hams, DEW, MILD KM SWEET. WeM kM M:f e v finMtbraii4scrd!Jitlie ' State. Try them. We have' Ranils! them ftr five seism. Price 12,'a cent per pmrni. " PAYNTER & CO., 9land93W.tiii'St PEOPLES COLUMN; Try It It TOO Wan a cook, Want a altnaaoa. Want s taleamaa. Tant a aerrant girt. t Want to rent a store. Want to sell a . piano. "Want to aell a hand Want to bay or sell a house. Want a goad hoarding boose. Want to lend or borrow money. Want ta buy a second-hand carriage. Want to and anything yon hare lost, WanttoflndastrafodorataiemaalmaL- Want to Ind an owner for an thing found, Tor three-line advertisexaeM oae day. Ue-4 sue weeluaOe. Each additional Una on day, Be,; one week. Me" ' WANTED. WASTKD Ladles and young men to deco rate Birthday and loiter Xorelties. Kaslly learned; good prasaeets af at...

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. — 2 February 1886

-s&tissgs'eiS1! iirrimii ihiiiiiii.ii . , " tfigw-aiiiii in -i nw i v " iinwtwurm. t'jj $"K$'mm "I' " .-- 1 3 -' t-h-fi -v - pBftf " J SPRINGFIELD GLOBE - REPUB LIC . 'J& Z SPEmGFIEIZ, O., TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2 1886. The OIX)nK-VoL VI. Nq.8. . u I The KUl'UULIOVoL XXXI. So. ZKIH. I PRICE TWO CENTS. i WEATHER FACTS. Wamumitov. Veb. L Indication for the Ohio Valley and Tennessee Fair weather, colder In eastern portion, stationary, followed by slowly rilng temperature tn the western portion, winds becoming variable, preceded in the Ohio valley by westerly wind. Feb. 2 1886. Stock-taking be gan yesterday; there is now, and growing better every hour, an opportunity to pick from the odds 1 and ends . of this great stock, Coats, Vests, Pants, Over coats, Undershirts, Neckties,Hats Caps, Working Shirts, Flannel Shirts, Boys Short Pant Suits, Boys' School, long pant, Suits, Chil- IfrerTs kilt Suits, and save in the odd p picking a' half month's rent. Springfield's only One Pric...

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 1886

'm!&m. EMI 3s, .,tv.-n yrjxEsy'; 'J w '" " ' - .-,-,, v-'irtagigw".""'--" s-. SaS!ECS!wtsi. . SJ-V5Sk -s-C GLOBE REPUB.UO. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2 188G. 9 - X t !l GLOBE-REPUBLIC. EIEIIICSUIDITUDIEUIT. ajHger tajfa figs eMfNHHMl Oejsrts I PUBUSHED BY THE Sr.ll.flEJ PllUSIIIt tO. WJM-aWMUC It published every evening except Sunday, nd 1 deli idis oenr Slngle cop erw at me rate oi iuc per week. ies It TRC WNMT LWC-CnLIC Is lued every Sunday morning, an It delivered to sub scribers at ti per year. Single copies Sc TM MOLT IMC-IETUtUC It published erery Thursday, and Is one of the most com plete family newspapers In the country; elgat pace, markeu complete. Replete with news aad miscellany. II per year, In Tarlably cash In advance. Ill STUKHOI PIIUSMK .1 upunranuvB. o. Telephone No. SO. TUBMY EVEMM. FEMUUV 2. laM. To the reuublican member of Hie senate: Don't give anything away. The circus of the senate begins again UhU)'. The body will meet at 4 o'clock and adjourn till tomorrow...

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 1886

'W tMCtfy ) tf"f e J mwWtiym 1tfjq$tiX'Cf pwaggiBi6aBEBgWiwna w -wastt5fiErt-w-3M- yuajUKMin i T els . X "" l" GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVEyjCffCK -FEBRUARY 2 1886 S ml ii &e s 3g is IsPI t M m &m ,v- 111 ss'ssv mis N! 111 JK HIS HI sir i IRE LflHBBAlHr I'M OnMMt CXB aabrtarrni1)Bl I H9fB'. MW l ami. oT .Br.Baire CMiklnn will care year ' Ceasaaioacc. ftiioaJraCtt.aoilr. RAILROAD TIME CARD. Clara, CoL, Cia. lad. R. K. eoiira nrr. Night Kx1.3m UN.l.tBMm 2 0. K-Kx. SJOpm 4 N.Y.L.Ki-JMpm AMivsrami xsr. 9 Night Kx2.2ani 27 D.SA-C.r.x'ss'Uam SClCdsyrx 1.21 pin 5 SVBCKx 4-M pm COIVU SCCTH. Klrht Ex- 2Jam 2S S. 0. Ac 5 40 a m T 1.AC. Kis-sm S C X I. Kxlu-ul in 3C.C.Ex 1.3) pm 5 N i i B Kx JO p m AKIVKrBIIM KOITH. 8 Mght ExM.a a ra SS 1.A S. AcftMam UKVBEEi 9-M a m : Dayex.e'st 3 p ra 3D 8. i C. Ac 65pm 4 LNY4UM spm Indlaaa. Blaoaalattoai mad W. dla Division. GOIKO CAST. 2 Night Express. . "I-JO a. m. . J a. m. . ,".lip. m. , 9.40 p.m. . 2.15 a.m. ,1125 a.m. . JKWp.m. uay axprrss 5 Ac...

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 1886

w&mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm -jw,-,- -.- .wi-. -.-.. - - .-, . . ;r --.-' -"":'' tl: I Jr'--' H? " . . ,. ? -Spgs--... iwMttveaawxM-BjTwisjsiE?., ,JWMiMitMmiaig"-Tia5BwwBr. iw.wipe"- r- -Ssswe..,, f a -afco!-. skt. -?-fc? . fesesT" :TC2SSa- GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, PEBRUABY 2 188G Spring Valley Hams, rew;milbii sweet. Will kntwn as Mtf the finest brtMit cured) Intks State. Try them. r We have hanilMl them" far five seasons. Price 12 centaper pews'. PEPSIN! PEPSIN! i9 PtYNTER 1 CO., 91 and 93 W. Main St PEOPLES COLUMN. Try It. II TOO Want a rook. Want a lit nation. , Want a salesman, ICant a servant (Irl. TTant to rent a store. Want to sell a piano. Want to sell a horao. Want to dot or sell doom. Want a good boarding boose. Want to lend or borrow money. Want to buy a second-band carriage. Want to And anytblns yon bare lost. Want to find a strayed or stolen animal. Want to find an owner forantblnc found. Tor tbree-Une advertisement one day. ISej ne week.SOc Eaeb additional line one...

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 1886

-.. - .-r-r-w-V PRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC, c rfctv.uuj.. , ummay kvemxo. itimrAitv 3 ibsu. PRICE TWO CENTS. 'li fWlW9Mi mmu jifiKk aa4Nt. JU11T AND RCCaCATTON MEDICINAL. OUT OF SORTS Yes! Sick all Over! Llrt-ww (' foattTe, bIao4 Inrxlih tauck ml 4 tail. Tnir d(trUa U ls rw4 u4 Ok erxsa Urtlta. yr ptnr p- m 40 isfl4. ir uvrcr lrrt tiatt ajut frnJi. ja u at for fcoJ& iltj.li.f -OiMO1 .! t'Mtli ' mf ''l (' -Ma tM krt M- U U-JI7 I'm. Htt .rt.i,r UxW) f, fW Wi -HWf I3m 4tfWW M OtWlM l jM,- 4 4f laW nv IIJ!! Utl I urKoJ. wiir If'-iwiiii. t yowfttf rf!ip J I .4. W WSf 'ilUtt!. Om tvf tifiita V O 4t 1"V tt " j- mv jiirt. iii i - m m . iaJfH" Wi V.f K w mntiMt dttMdiiWiMvytMrj tow. w aw ! ww fctf !. T-i fwKMM . ft -Jilt i to i mMi tii iku. X-aaiMbW fcMni HtftA thM iin in i "t gun imjii'IHimfllli JuM - -- " - J - T I Ml ibllT SmWL aMMMMMMt Wip t""T Wf MMjp)t " 'm WW I mlf MH$ 4HM JIMMIWli M4, VW M- m. in m W .IteMMMWMl t (tWnttW WWWli trfl.-til 4t IHMt .lt M( j j i b O'.-tr mr t ""r "" J...

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 1886

Wfl ItMMMMMnnilWMft mwLy ' '- fQfc - rWMW-sfffi? fh GLOBE REPIXB1J0. WEDNESDAY EVENING, EEURITAKY 3 188G. $? t- 0 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. EIEXIRS.SIMIHMB WEEKLY. Iks tai Fa ! im l DkM PU8U3HCO BY THE sniicnELi ruusmc ti. t nwai sam tsnauc I MkttSl lshK ilac nvM rajaaiay. aa. I 4Mv- re Mm ri ks. Ff NtltVtcxp- Mk (MT Mnt aa l 4itt4 t ab. mtmilUlwrM Mttae, IM SrWktt ltamUC is paWlta (MnTtnhKiMHMl IBaasatleaaa inn haters I lb arBiry: arte Baas lw ti I Htri. t aanaaes twak la fclst. mwm mmm n ""nu. o. IwttMlkH O0IJS4V nVKMt. flMVMT , . U.totw K ittR 4rMy t adjoM aMitiaiiliealwrWt ewfctaK, Hat a t Ik wa. II wltt S. UmI rMabl JrW wr iJM ft wrtr4 tkUry tt ikH(w4tt t is tl asi lUv to ul s- twtitai w rf ft. WrftJ xltwat - t Mh A " M tA I- saw i i i.i i ww t wr, S5M4 itfBW (tt tv xalMt th" i """" - ' afwjiiwitwtt r aj aw. . nii 1 1 1 i UU tVwwo U) t liwii i U& kfa ass tw - IVnr ! tat aM tapniatf Wwtat (rtotri i 1- awttut it " ar. ttt-n'kv uar ktaapw iMftval tHkYlAaW 09t fTf 401hs avSSt-TaHTsvftft ...

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 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. — 3 February 1886

GLOBE BEPXTBUD. WEDNESDAY EVENmGt !FEBFvI7.AJiY 3 1886, 181 i-. 'J Spring Valley Hams, XHf, MILD Ml SWEET. Well Icmwr as ors of the finest brands cured la tha State. Try them. We have handled them for five seasens. Price 12 cents per paw..!. PITER & C! 9! and 93 W. Kaift St ' 1 1 j I PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try It. it-we Want a cook. Vant a situation. Vint a atletraaa, ITaai a Knut (in. Wnt to rant a atora. Vast t aril a piano. Want U aell a bone, Want ta bar ar tU a kaota. ti-t a ceoA soanllax noase. -Want ta tend ar barrow moarj. Vant to Mr a aeeand-aand earrtaz. VaattaBB4aBnalBSTo hare !H VaattaadastraTT4 ar .tolrn aalmL Vaat (a tad aa mr for as tains taaad. Tor tsm-tls adrrrusenent one day. Ue.: u. vfvt.30c. K?n addiuanal Unaona car. tj aaa wafc. Ise WANTED- ANTED A BriKUas blwlmltn. One na eaa ska a aerse and tron a wacon. OU an James Xl.a . Mats M. iiritmuAmBM la da bMse-art. in I II ssaUtaally. iWtRMNdna, Addrro A.S. li.eare loss-ntnauc 18U' TTAVTsn A rlrt tor rrnerml Housework....

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 1886

. -esr I I crsjewr MigrnvWiyywyiiEETrffiTr'yT' -5'J.-"yrrJyKj?T-rv-T--w.--J7 w?-t "- -- srar&f? y - Mi SPRINGFIELD GLOBE - REPUB LIC . The GTniC-VoL "VI. Jfo. IOC. The KKHUBUO-Vol. XXXS. 2o. SOI. SPEmGFIEIJD, 0., THUltSDAY EVEKDSTG, FEBKUABY 4 1886. PUIGE TWO GENTS. 5?!Pf3aBgi:aJl5Bia3B r f" WEATHER FACTS. WiSHixOTO.f. Feb. 4. Indications for tor Ohio Valley and Tennessee Fair weather, slowly rial ee tem"eratnre, winds crnerallv northerly, becomlnc variable. Springfield, Feb. 4, iS56. PROMPT. Prompt action is re quired in order to se cure first choice of garments forced down in- price by inventory. It is a stroke of bus iness at the end of each season to reduce in price ail garments which have lost neigh boring sizes, close them cut and clean up for a new year of selling. We are hard at it. in the midst of boys' short pant suits, school suits, kilt suits, chil dren's overcoats, and such. We stop to say come you- now, who believe any part of what we are saying: Boys' suits, in si...

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