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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 February 1886

J GLOBE REPUBLIC. THTJBSDAT EVE1HNG, FEBRUARY 4 1886. f Ifte ' " i " . : &!.$& r p. X. i Id i t i f GLOBE-REPUBLIC. EYEKING.SUHDAY AHD WEEKLY. prised that tney siiould he so ungenerous Th,J"iS,tSISL0,,,rtS, M to taplybjthls action of theirs that I Reeehta. DlaeaUkea. wouM Ue my rtrtut n nateg me 1 Indignant, and I refuse to furnish the rea PUBLISHED BY THE Loas." SPBIMEF1ELD PUBLISHING CO. THE CVENINQ CLOSE-REPUBLIC ll published ererr evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at tne rate otlOe. per week, single cop ies le. IHE IUNBAY GL0BE-SEPUBUC Is tuned every Sunday morning, and Is delivered to sub scribers at i per year. Single copies 5c THE WEEKLY CLOSE-REPUBLIC is published every Thursday, and Is one ot the most com plete lamlly newspapers In the country: eight paces, markets complete. Keplete with news and miscellany. II per year. In variably cash In advanoe. JUUrut B wm Imrtlwii la sr&nenELD publish!, en., SPJIINOFIELD. O. Telephone No. Soft. THURSDAY EVENma. FEBR...

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 1886

sM5Sa5aa!HEEB fffcePKmBMKKyW If 'ii'ii, ii nwaiiiiinnanf mfli'naiiinrvirnrMii. i " --"jtaeaaaa. m. .. ' iMiiwwwTiniiTiiii.in K- v f " ' Vi' ' xi 'M GLOBE EEPUBLlOmUESDAT EVENED FEBRUARY 4 1886 I td-StS . ayMaflaaVa v flH "am Greatest Cuiria Earth for fata." WHJ paliereimiireqadctlythaaaarotfcar known tea ix: tunauwv neartlc- Harm, fcmlda, Cota, Lumba go, IVaiUr. Son. Froat-utea, Backatia&alaar. Sofa Tbroat, NcUaa, Weueda. BcadMta, Toothache. Spraiaa, ace. ftyw ana, a fcotUa. Bold by aU tdrecstira. Caution The vaa lr.-S. silM. Aeimfam Oil hffani war oo rerlatarad Trademark, and oar rafrahnlle alnarara. jl C Merer Oo, Sola ITcpnatora. nalmnoia. Md, U. a. A. Ilr iioire Couch Syrup aalll eurr rour Coach at once. l-ncc only 3 Ma. a bottle. RAILROAD TIME CARD. Cleve CoL, Cln. 4 Ind. It. &. eoixo cist. Night Kx'lflO a m UN.Y.B.--lSam 2C.iE.Et. SiU p m X.Y. L-Kx.!!:) p m asutc raoa cist. Night KxSi m 27 l)Ji C. KxsW a m SCJKMayex lSJp'm tKYBCfaiailfm UOl0 BOCTH. V Nlrht Ex 3n SS.4 0...

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. — 4 February 1886

aagaacgsgS3aiBigw3? !j,n?BBEiiTMT. li-aT ' " L.wSgate-5eea-'f'S5cir--. - ' - " -';- '-r.g&o, . j... . , . -"" jiraBS5p3 " - ' ? -"" " i , ' 'C fells GLOBE KfiPUTJEIO. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4 1886 I isa WE - REGRET - IT, BUT DOWN THEY GO, EVERYTHING ELSE AS LOW. "Windsor "A" Sugar, only- - - OKc tb. 2few Japan Tea, Sliest, only - - 75c " Y. H. Tea, - - 40, 50, 60 and 75c " If. Y. Buckwheat, "finest, - - -4Jc " Choice Maple Syrup, .... 25c qu Xlneii " - - - SOc " " " Flavored Syrup, - 60c gal. " golden " ... -35c " X. Y. Sweet Cider, finest, - - S5c " Oranges, sweet, - - - 20 and 35c dot PDfTEl & GO'S "2Z" 91 and 93 W. Main St PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try IU It you AVant a cook. 'Want a situation. Want a salesman. 7aat a (errant 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 cood boarding house. -- Want to lend or borrow mosey; Want to buy a second-hand carriage. Want to find anything you hare lost. Want to find a st...

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. — 5 February 1886

""""""-""-""---c-a'--i3"" '" nrnni-TirrB a - ( v Tjrja - SPRINGFIELD GLOBE - REPUB LIC . The OIXmE-VoL VI. No. lOO. I TholtKl'UBLIO-VoL XXXI. No. OOl. J SPEmGFIELD, 0., FRmAY I EVENING, FEBRTTAEY 5 1886. PEIOE TWO GENTS. tsw?asma5sSaraar,re WEATHER FACTS. TTaaiutoTOv. Feb. . Indications for the Ohio Vallev and Tennessee Fair weather, slowly ri sine tern neratnre, varublewlnds.ee n- erally shlltim to southerly, falllne barometer. Springfield, Feb. 5, 1 886 . WE HIVE RANSACKED The house for odd coats and placed them together in one great pile. The remains from a year's selling are these. They're more pleasantly situated than ihey were, yet tney show a certain amount of discontent- edness from the loss of their nearest and dear est friends, P. and V. To all whom an odd coat would interest; to any man in full uni form with the excep tion of a brown, blue, gray or mixed coat, cut in style or out of style, we commend an early inspection of these garments with prices cut in two, some once,...

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 1886

GLOBE BEPUB-bLO. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5 1886. ant lies i. rcoil nx fXTlTH T"i TH Tl TT Ti r T bOK" W I A J D Pi" l. ill L U D Lt i L. mmmm J&FW' .Wprwliil BUM uniMiuoN rrass :. 5 .j5 BUSHEO-6 YrTHE--7 irmfHBLIlIP CO. TRECTDItin CLGBE-REFUBLIC Is published everr ffretllnr'cxreDt' BundaT. T. ana is deUr ered at the rate ol 10c per week. Slnjlecop- npwr 46NSIV COK-HD'UBt.lcTs 1juer every , i-4tpyVsiea'hty THE WFFKLT GLCBE-IEPUBUC Is pttbllsheit bw -"vTy Thnreaay. ana ts one wmcroni ctm- -latoPli iajalty-newspaper la.Uw country; "Ti. etaht.paioa.. narxeu complete-.. Replete " with newi and mlseeltany. Ii.per year. In- "Tanabiyeaaa in advance. TT wa -;; - -cl T'44drM-afl wiciielMliiWl t "SfclSEfiaC PtJBLlSHISG CO., naiw't.1 ' - - SPRIKOFIEID, O. 4au Teleshone Ko.I5. Biam vi'. ' P11D. EVEMING. r-EBBUARY 5. JB88, ilia-: lit r, ' Tb..Cmpromle. . -ana " The vonferenee committee have done welL aa 1 There has'beeflliO abandonment of ' the con- Ta teiilion of either side, but there 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. — 5 February 1886

&SH&tBiB&?Kr?: sgBSBaaigaiaSEUl M4LZZlZLZ2yj& mmMumm jii i ,, , ,, , , -pTr-r'V-rV'rTffiire 7-!?ii!i!MvM at,.,..i.-saaj'.---M(mM.B3 V- BiiS3BnQZSEr L mj j WW Hash BT M W HsWIsK ..K '.A ' 'flu 1 " I " OirwLaue fj.BHj4i.Mta3iaBIu Crj CbacfHL Cold. IloTpf. Ctrwra, AKim. Lraachitn, H beofaff Cow. Indptoia Ooosuntp- ....aKew Uoo. mm reUm rooMtmpare ,JK timwa la eMntiod itom of m rssseSaBslBBSaH HrVumk ti.Mn f sanA,. nnlv 1m Jfi .4 imiT llmd I a Ofx(e.a Jfni- iTx iuimi . Mi. Ma- ' B, ioc.'iSB g'SIA grfcimmxl md dciaifhadly7entoll!ii5 a 1 CT- ;; r -2'j "ut S560-Xhej carwas number VJ TV M I 1 fTl ft 1 XfcTV til kMma i i tliM mtrlriiviit train fp nuotff-mc- , AILBOAD TIME CABDJlif,R!!?s.?.flR S ,?i,Ltl?.-,?isMs2 e?w w. n th.nl'.xi : T r r Clere Col, Cln. Ind. K. B. . -.-. eons tisT. Nlrht JJx 'lJOam. U XA-Jt B9;SJua lO.iK.KljSiCprs J N: V. UtfcV.50 pm lllirt TMltll lltl. ' 9 AUnt Kx2jn. 2 Dj(t UIWHVWJIIO' -iggif-a?gg iminumjua. S Night ExlJU a m 12 NJ0iEEx4snm XIrht Ex 25 am ...

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 1886

W. WE - REGRET - IT, BUT DOWN THEY GO, EVERYTHING ELSE AS LOW. Windsor "A" Sugar, only - - - CJfc lb. New Japan Tea, finest, only - - Too " T. II. Tea, - - 40, 50, CO and 73c " If. Y. Buckwheat, Cnet, - - -ilic " Choice Maple Syrup, - - - - 25c qt Finest " " - - . - -SOo " " Flavored Syrup. - COc gal. " golden Synip - - - - 35c " X. Y. Sweet Cider. finest. - - 25c " - Oranges, sweet, - - - 20and25cdoz. PAYNTEH ft CD'S r 91 and 93 W. Main St PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try It. II you Wast a -ook. Want a situation. Want a salesman. Want a servant Ctrl. Want to rent a store. Want to sell a piano. Want to sell a horse. Want to buy or sell a house. Want a cood boardlsc house. Want to lend or borrow money. Want to buy a second-hand carriage. Want to find anythine you hare lo't. Want to find a strayed or stolen animal. Want to find an owner foranthlnc found. For three-Une adrertlsement one day. IV one week. 50c Each additional line one day, 5c: one week. 18c' WANTFD. TTJAXTED LADIES. Boston Industria...

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 1886

&&&' SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC. J The GLOllIWoL VI. ?fo. lO-i. 'X-Iie Iill?UlsLIO-Vol. XXXI. No. tlCKi. SPETN"GFIEIZ)- 0., SATURDAY EVENING, FEBKTJARY 6 188G. PRICE TWO-CENTS. -as.. -a ..tjj L n ,- r-mi, , ,iiiihii Hh"-nT,Tir,TirT,-fTTT'trilBw .TTTlnw.M yipwfMl-f iti-'mr 7 ,-n. iM-.ncaanimt mihhm .imacwuM.Mi.iMi n i n m. p.T ,; n lareiin imifJ1mMii.i t- .awir sn - ai-t-v - .-. i n ''""-r' 'T WEATHER FACTS. Wasaivnox. Feb. 6. Indications lor the Ohio Valley andTennessee.n'arnierfalrweath er. winds eenerally southerly, talllnc barome ter. Springfield, Feb. 6, 1886. STOCK-TAKING To-day is confined to men's suits. A suit a year old is a shopper. We say, then, all shoppers are receiving a broad stroke of red ink, in dicating "not want ed." The more we dislike, the broader the mark; i. e., the very ugliest looking of ail the odd suits in stock are marked the lowest, and yet, the very cra ziest looking suit we've marked .down may be the very best for daily use, and the very 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. — 6 February 1886

I lilijftOsiBl wJmiH'MmplmttmhA -jl$bpi- W iXJ WWMhi,i i ,., ,, GLOBE KEPTTB.L1.0. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6 188G. A r !e lli-i I" '. !' i? I A". IK-. 5 t- ?? S&-- - re fe-- sv- - W-W !-" Rv f-- r. tv- GLOBE-REPUBLIC. EVEMiHB.SUNDftYAND WEEKLY. Thi Only Psaer I ths Bahta Ctagrtatloaal DUtrM EtcJta Aleaeavitd Pratt DtottOwt. PUBLISHED BY THE SP&1NGFIELD PUBLISHING CO. rut cvex-kb BL0BE-1EPU8LIC Is published every evening except Sunday, and la deliv-j crca &. me rate oi aw. w " ---let 2s. IKE SUKUY 6L0BE-BEPU8UC It Issued every. Sunday morning. nd It delivered to tul-l sertben at taper year. Single copies &c THE WEEKLT 8L0BE-REPUELIC Is published every Thursday, and Is one of the most epia-1 plete family newspapers In the country: eight pages, markets complete. Kepleiej with news and miscellany. II per year. In-1 variably cash In advance. ' JUirutmO SFBlMEnELD PQBLI5HIIS CO., SPRIKOFIELD. O. Telephone No. 250. SATURDAY EVENIHG. FEBRUARY 8. 1886. The whole list of l'...

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 1886

g&s&m&mftm&s& 1S afefcrtaWKm UwStwWisiga 'IJ GLOBE BEPHBL10. SAJUBDAY EVEfflNGt, FEBEFAHY 6 1886 5r- EHHLfl "Tlfc Create Cttra on Earth ft Pta Wi relMmRMr qnlcktr tbn uy other known ran- vajt tuievnuuim. itfvrtvittU, & wtQlag. 60S Jwk, BrciM, Ban. cidi Oiu, Leunbtv IWkaelM, yuinrr, Sor Thimt, hditiCfc, WwUld, Hc4mM, Toothachw. Sprain, eta. inM MSrt. & botli. Sold by all Nlracffsza. OklitloiL TS Ma SiJl airOtt OU hmn ur ftMfml) Blxnmtnnh A. a MTr (k, Sole ur. .. lbbco bttop win er THir Coach at once, lricconlr 2S Cu. boitc. RAILROAD TIME CARD. CIeTe CoL, Cln. at Intl. R. B. GOIFO CAST. Sight Kxl: am liN.Y.All-9:lSam 2C.iE. Ex. 3M p m 4 X.V L.K.-):1 n m 1II1TE rEOM XST. 9 Night Ki-2:2am 27 DJt a Ex8.-W a m 3 CACdivex 1:20 pm 5 KVBOKi 4dlpm GOINU HOCTH. 1KIVKIK01ISOCT. 8 Sight KxLSam M D IS. Ac B:SUm 12 KVBE Ex SMS a m 2 Piyei.e'st SJupm 39 S. i a Ac S:25 p m 4 LNYtB'd 8:50 pm V Mrbi Kx.2:Stm SS.C.Aca:tOam 27 .AC.Exo:00ain SCL1I. Ex10.-U a m sajtC.Ei-l-JBpm ...

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. — 6 February 1886

C3S ' . " - , ' ' r gLOBE BEPITJBIJlO. .SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY G 1886 Bar lb WE - REGRET - IT, BUT DOWN THEY GO, EVERYTHING ELSE AS LOW. TOBfeor "A" Sugar, only- - - 6Kc ft. Xew'Japaa Tea, finest, only - - 75c T. H. Tea, - - 40, 50, 60 and 75c " 3T. Y. Buckwheat, finest, - - - iXc " HioleeHaple Syrup, - - - - 25c qt Tlnjst " " - - - - -30c " Flavored Syrup. - 60c gal. ' golden Syrup - - - - 35c " ".T. Sweet Cider, finest, - - 25c " Oranges, sweet, - - - SO and 25c doz. lo 91 and 93 W. Main St. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try It. If you Want a cook, ffant a situation. Want a talesman. Watt a serrant girt. Wnt to rent a store, 2Tnt to sU a piano. JWir! to Mil a horse. Want to bay or sell a boose. ""Want a cool boaralnz boose. ."Want to lend or borrow money. ."'Want to ba a second-band carriage "Aanttoflndanrthlnit yon bare lost. Want toflnda strayed orstolen animal. fe ant to nno. u owner loramumis iuuuu, Torthree-Jlne adrertlsement one day. 15c: one week. 50c Each additional line one day, ....

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. — 7 February 1886

5B533555S55?ii5S555 Sunday Globe Republic -"4, -rjmvsatoi-ar Hi H TUB H1MHNGFIEL.D OLOBB, VoluraeXV. NttmberSlO. i spresgiteld, ohio, sunday moristng, eebeuaby 7, lm-G. JTHB ilPniNOFIELU RBPUUlitO, I volume X.X.X.., Number :m. It'"- L WEATHER FACTS. V.'aehisotoi. Feb. 6. Indications tor the Ohio Valley aadTennessee.'Warmerfalrweata r. wlnda generally southerly, faltln barome ter. Springfield, ) Feb. 6, 1886. J STOCK-TAKING To-day is confined to men's suits. A suit a year old is a shopper. We say, then, all shoppers are receiving a broad stroke of red ink, in dicating "not want ed." The more we dislike, the broader the mark; i. e., the very ugliest looking of all the odd suits in stock are marked the lowest, and yet, the very cra ziest looking suit we've marked down may be the very best for daily use, and the very suit you II pick first. We may not dislike alike. Stopping short of the costly suits, we men tion enough to give you a clue of the goings-on ot a areat store in a great cit...

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. — 7 February 1886

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC SUNDAY MOENIN"G, FEBRUARY T, 1886 K ' , ll ' AliUL i i. MEN'S ABSURD NOTIONS OF FEM ININE FINANCIERING. TTny Many Women Sff-e1 Tjrnonsnt of Bust di Tb Man's I'ault Kntlrely. Hnslmmls YVtla I"nt Marri age On a tash llasls. flv Ul CwrrsrotHlence.l Kxw York, Jan. ST. Men r,enerally are unwavering lie'ieser that awonwnli in capable ot an intelligrnt Idea on the subject of money. All the can do, tbey say, is to spend it, and she fnd it so inju diciously that MOO are of no more benefit to her than HO v.ouM be. In other words, they ctns der hr a chilJ in flnanoe, u indeed tbey do in mo t inattTS, and at a child that will never crow no o- attain any mental mntnrity. TXeir opin on is correct as to irany women, perhaps rs to the ma jori'y. though the except ions are numberless. But men never take the ixrep' iom into ac count, if, in fact, they rccoguix-i them They are very apt to Ut the whole Hex in one claf and judge of them all alike. Their wife, sister, daughter, frienJ,...

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 1886

t x THE ilOMlCKERS. PEOPLE WHO MAKE UP THE MULTI TUDE ENGAGED IN THE WORK. Sleeplue; In a Barn la tbe Country Early Blslng At Work In the field llow Hops Aro Cured. DtunnTlIIx ('. T.) Oar. Mall and Express. The driver of the Munnsvllle stags said recently: "1 pose there ain't man? poo pie left in the cities now hop piCafn' has begun. " He seemed quite surprised when told that the cities were not entirely deserted. It is & fact, however, that both town and country in this part of the state aru a-ked to take hold and help pick bops, and there are not less than 10,000 picker who go out of the' city of Syracuse alone. The hop-grower lives on his own' place and is usually a small farmer in addition to being a hop producer. In August he employs a canvassing agent to secure him a company of pickers, and pays him 50 cents bonus for every picker. The grower also pays thetricker's railroad fare sad boards him. To do the latter the farmers wife sacrifices the best room, with its weeping wi...

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 1886

THE GLOBE BEPUBUO SUNDAY- MORNING, FEBRUARY 7 1886. - GLOBE-REPUBLIC. EVEN1NB, SUNDAY AND WEEKLY. . ( The Oiuj Papor la tk Ejatli Cmsrusteital DUWet R-inAmciah)d rmi diwiick. PUBLISHED BY THE 5PBIIGFIELD PUBL1SH1HC CD. THE EVENING SLOBE-REPUBLIC ll published every evening except Sunday, and Is dell v ered at the rate ol 10c per week. Slnsle cop ies 2c tNE SUNDAY CLOSE-REPUBLIC Is lssned every Sunday moraine, and Is delivered to sub scribers at JS per year. SI ngle copies Sc INE WEEKLY 6LOBE-KEPUBUC Is published every Thursday, and Is one ot the most com . plete family newspapers In the eountry; eight pages, markets complete. Replete with news and miscellany. 51 per year, in variably cash tn advance. AUrm att muKwtiealitmt Is STEIBEFIELQ F0BU5HIRB GO., SPRINGFIELD. O. Telephone No. 230. SUNDAY MORNING. FEBkTiaRY 7.1886. They are having an ice show at St Pairf, and It is said to be a nice show. When Tecumseh Sherman called on Fry for evidence, he jumied out of the Fry-In pan into the ...

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. — 7 February 1886

Hn&aiBBBidSuraS&f '-msrm. s--vvvs GLOBE BEPITBLIO. SUKDAY WORKING. FEBRUARY 7, in. 6 WE SHALL BEGIN OUR GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE Of "Winter Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, AT OUR TWO STORES, 14 WEST MAIN STREET AND 40 SOUTH MARKET STREET, The Stock at both places must be reduced to the very lowest notch within the NEXT THIRTY DAYS, and we shall make prices that will do it. Everybody in need of Boots and Shoes can buy GENUINE BARGAINS at either store. This is a regular Slaughter of prices on GOOD GOODS and IS NOT a lot of low-priced shoddy Shoes bought to be palmed off upon the people as solid goods by marking them at twice their value, and then claim to be selling them at HALF PRICE. Every article is guaranteed as represented or money refunded. Hance & Co , 14 W. Main St., W. A. Hance, 40 S. Market St., Springfield, Ohio. flv 9 P'IVB . M V iiMaiiiiwgi braziii a rnrrt Ooos. Cold. XIi mrmcniTif, rliTM MMMinmntlva nmm In dTDCed rtAM Of IbvcU Prk-ttcU. Grw. ttOM. ZM UCSUUM AJTk tfUU...

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. — 7 February 1886

WSfXfe B3ggffgg l i ' Ut" A"' i ' i JJC . JMh t?- tart 1 i-" i:. 9f "? J sr -- 6 !-- AiEililALVOOftN'iTA. THE SOUTH POLa RESION INVIT ING TO THE EXPLORER. .Opt. Cook the ;rirt to Om the Ant Timet Clark x , Clwle hlr Ron Little AccomplNhetl the Last l'orly-Four eart. Lnnd-Ml t d iM ' r i ' ,V a glance" i cast ov.ra mnp of the south Atlantic an I acinc the efforts of the chartogrsphcr ecm to exhaust them selves iu a seriei of shadow islands oa the vcrv tm skirts of l be earth Victoria tlaud. Wilkes land y.une laud, .Nortn ;jand, Fahrina land, 'inid laod. Knox 'land. Termination I ind. 1 nderby" lani .Trinity land a-4 Graham a' land ail apnea! like impcnec i trace I isianj. in reality, i r ... a ifmar beT.nin l"that thB? are nly capes or other head and? of a vast Antarctic f j i continent, "wbioh an;eafs in fragments " about the touth Polar basin. To us. however, these spots of earth are little more than names, for the mighty barrier of southern ice extends much further north than the ...

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. — 7 February 1886

THE .GLOBE REPUBLIC., SUNDAY MORNING; FEBRUAHY 7. 1886 "SELF OR BEARER." Bv WALTER BESANT. Author of "All Sorts and Condition of Men," "Tlic Captain" Itoom, etc CILVITEB LCostvsvzd. -ay dearest son," aba said, "I am qnlta ready to believe that your mistress is every thing that 70a betters her to bs, a good, and ai sweet, and a beautiful. I pray that yoa may have at good a wife as yon deserve, and that is saying a great deaL Will yoa please give Koran my love, and tell her I am looking forward with the greatest eagerness to seeing her and getting to know hart .As regards your plan and manner of living, I quite approve of your ambition to become a successful phrsicia. It is fortunate that you are the son of a successful singer, my dear boy. Yon will find no difficulty m mating the attempt As for my money( it was made for you, and is all your own. If you want it all. There is, however, a great surprise for me in your letter, apart from the news of your engagement, which -ought not to b...

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. — 7 February 1886

wii-m-,wrT.rigrtAaaagSI THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 7. 1886 II WE - REGRET - IT, BUT DOWN THEY GO, EVERYTHING ELSE AS LOW; Windsor "A" Sugar, only- 6Kcth. New Japan Tea, finest, only - - 75o ," Y. ILTea,"- -. 40, 50, 60 and -75c " N.T? Buckwheat, finest, - - -Uc " Choice Maple Syrup, -- - - 25c Qt-Flnest&S- & " 30c -" " " Tuored Syrup. - ,60c gal. " goIden,SjTup - - - -S3o " X.T. Sweet Cider, finest, - - 25c " Oranges, sweet, - - - SO and 25c dot jbtoJ 91 and 93 W. Main St PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try . -i- It yoa Want a cook, 7ant a situation. Want a salesman. Want a servant girl, 7ant to rent a itore. Want to sell a piano. Want to tell a horse, Want to bur or sell a. bouse. Want a EOod boarding boose, Want to lend or borrow money. Want to buy a second-han d carriace. Want to and anTtbl nc toe. bare Jos . Want to End a strayed or stslen animal. Want to find an owner torauthtnx found,-- For three-Hne-advertlsement one day, 15c.; one week. 50c Each additional Una on...

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 1886

ssaaffiss -Wr -TT" sJSps"' SPRINGFIELD GliOBE -REPUBLIC. SPRINGFIELD, 0., MOiTOAYJ EVENING, FEBKIDURY 8 188G. The GTXmC-Vol. VT. No-IOB. I mio K.KEUiJL.IC-"VoU XXXI. No. 30-1. PEIOE TWO CENTS. 1 WEATHER FACTS. WisHisaros. Feb. 8 Indications for the Ohio Valley and Tennessee. Warmer fatrweath- er. winds generally southerly, falllns barome ter. Springfield, Feb. S, 1886. GENERAL RESULTS. The general result of a week's stock taking, and the consequent thorough over hauling ot stock, suit by suit, and garment by garment, has resulted in many price mark downs, favoring late buyers to the tune of many dollars saved. A certain line of suits of fine all wool material, held previously at $i6.co. we de cide to let tro tor si o.oo. An other line sS.oo. Another line S4.00, and so on. A line, rIth but few sizes lost, in youths' Chinchilla Beaver Overcoats, made to sell at $5.00, we dceide to let out at the half, $2.50. If trade in general is obstinate, better coax with oats (not Bohemian) than c...

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