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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 9 February 1885

Txsr--rmi, EUSlH tzzifmf-m. lihia&S. Springfield Globe -Republic THE .'lMUNCJPIKlil G1.011E, voiiimoiv. number 3Sf. SPEENGFIEIJ), OHIO, MOKDAT EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, 1885" OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Ohio Vallry an I Tenm-sw lUin and snow and part! cloudy-, decidedly colder weather, winds shiltinR to northerly, higher barometer. PECULARITIES. ! THE KHEDIVE HEARO FROM. He Thinks Gen. Gordon is Still Alive. Time was when, in foreign eyes a distinguishing badge of an American was black attire, particularly a long-skirted Frock Coat of Black Cloth, an overworked garment that did duty "in season and out of sea son, its ubiqu tous sway re minds one of the prevalence of the black-felt, or "slouch" hat "out west" not so very many years ago. But customs have changed, and for the better too, so far as mascu line costume is concerned. The Black Cloth Frock Coat (which we show, of course, in all styles and qualities), though doubtless an estima ble garment "in its place," has yielded, in a large de g...

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. — 9 February 1885

HS1 isn mmmmmm GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHES BY JHNNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. C LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WESTHICH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TEKMSl ieHyeiftlon, per year, ti.j edition, per week, - $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEtTi Issued Every Thursday Morning, AS comrantiicitloni should be liimfi t KINNEY NICHOLS k CO, pringlUld, Ohio. JUKYDAV EVES 1 AG, FEB 9. GLOlllMlUi'UULIO l'EUSOSAL. In sell-delense against intentional false hoods published for the purpose of preju dicing us in the minds ot workingmen, it seems proper to say here that Coates Kin ney owns a. majority of all the stock and the controlling interest in the Globe-ltErant-ic, and therefore has no "boss" in the conduct of any of its departments; that he and C. M. Nichols have the entire and exclusive management of the concern in all its departments; and that they have no interest whatever in the Globe Printing Company or in the quarrel which the Union printers claim to har...

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 February 1885

SfeaffS. fjSMJKSja HsfcSPl ir?r MMtj j J r?i GLOBE RHPUBLIO. MQ2SDAY EVENING, FEBTOJABY 9 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xally ocaition. UA.tl.i- HXifttfU KXVOtlZ NltHlSUK'lUtl, IS tSUHDIID BT J. DIDST, XXPKKSSLT KOtt THE tiLORtt'KKrUBLlC. February b, i&3 1. ttLd, IWviliri, S 10 a. ui SO N J Cloudy l--so. in . . :$ N llr 2:30 p. ui SJ N liazy -30 p. ra is X Qtit l,!n 24 NE Clou It Mean teit.perlur 29 alter wro T .pnture ol uuiv lat in ll4 42 above. TejiTktufi. of ssinsl tc iu li3 19 above 1 iuirtur ol Mtof det in ls', 41" abute zero. lUlnUl, this iuorniag,0..'3 of 11 inch. CITY MATTERS. iroMAS'a ni:.j:rui,txTiocitnT. The Work or tlip Y.nr iiml the -! of the S.xlrl j as set forth lijr Mrs. Our, the President. The following- annual report of Mrs. J. A. S. Guy, President of the Woman's Itenevo lent Society, is printed in these columns on account of its intrinsic intereit "ml because of the request, by vote, of the Society, at its annual meeting: Fbiinds and Patrons of the Wosiax's Ilr.- mto...

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 February 1885

GLOBE KEPUBLIG. MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9 18 Hiimwuttj CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS: CHAS. LUDLOW. Oscar T. Martin, Ei spent Sunday in Davton. Miss Laura Oden Ins Iwep called to Chil licotbe by the illness of a near relative. A party of roller-skaters were eiijojing themselves in the Central rink Sundav after- At the meeting ot the lJopublicsti Central Committee Saturday, Mr. Adam Lenhart re signed as a member Irom precinct A, Third ward, and Dr. M. F. Welsh was elected in his place. Rev. (Jeo. I Bethel, lormerly the secretary or the V. M. C. A, of this city, is now in the midst of a great revival at McKendree, Cler mont county. Fifty conversions are reported so far, and the work continue. At the presentation ot 'The Silver King" at the Grand to-night, the price will be only 50, 33 and 20 cents after the doors open. This will aflord every one an opportunity to witness the greatest of modern melo-dramas. John Geyer, teamster at Schneider .t liro's brewery, had his hand mashed in ...

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 February 1885

isi Springfield Globe -Republic Til 12 -lllIIsFI"EIl GJ.Oisl, Voliinio IV. Hfumlior alio. SPEEN"GFIELD, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, EEBEUAKY 10, 1885. ITIIE IIIIIVSK,I33JJ.1 UEPCniIC Volume XXX. Nurabor 3UU. OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Generally fair weather, northnestlo southwest winds, becomirj; variable; colder in Tennessee and east portion of Ohio valley, followed aunni; Wednesday afternoon liy slight ne in tem perature. (Mexico Leader. A lantern-jawed young man stopped at the post-office last Saturday, and yelled out: "Anything for the Wattses?" George Poteet, our polite Postmaster, replied : "No, there is not." "Anything for Jane Watts?" "Nothing." "Anything for Ace Watts?" "No, sir." "Anything for Tom Watts?" "No, nothing " "Anything for Tool Joe' Watts?" "No, nor Dick Walts, Jim Watts, nor Sweet Watts, nor any other Wattses, dead liv ing, unborn, native, foreign, civilized or uncivilized, savage or barbarous, male or female, whits or black, franchized or disf...

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 February 1885

Mawsas: IHBEu ii??si IfMfnl GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10 1885 LOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED Br ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. :lobe-republic BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERSISi Oa'lynftltm, per year, a!y edition, per week, - $7.50 15 cants. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, OKH DOIiLA A yEAI. A3 coT.Tunlcitlwu should ba addressed tt KINNEY NICHOLS &. CO, Springfield, Ohio. J-17M I" MA.W.M7, Ft.D 10 OKI England is wrestling with Islamism nnii nihilism the Arabs ot the desert and the Arabs ol rivnnmite. The Stale Journal calls the Com Ga zette a hypothecated hyphen " "We live in a grand and awtul time." Congress will not do much more from now on than to pass the appropriation bill. It has done enough. There is al ways an overproduction by congress. The Enquirer mentions in headlines that Cleveland's inaugural will be " terse Anglo Saxon." Ii he confines himself to what he knows 'ie ought...

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 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. totally .edition. JJAi-l U KA rn till RtSlOtiT rvtTBIS LOCALITY, AS a-COBDED BT 1. DBCBT, KXrBBSSLT rOR THE HLOlE-.KTtlnllC. February 9, o5 Lv wid vtwUiei. J0a. iu.. . SO' NE Cloudv lu-S0a.ni... 32 SK Kalulng 2:J0p.u 38 i aim Fiigv srp.io SO NW Snowing 10 SO p. m 16 NW Cloudy Mea. leuijieiatiirf 293 alov soru. Tewfrstiirv ot same- dat lii lv-4, 39"1 above. Temperature ot asmsd-t. In ts 74 above iMuiperittun ol miup date In 188.', above aero. The amount of prrtipilition, yesterday, waa I.to inches. Tesi)er-tare at 9 A. M. Feb. 10th, below zero. CITY MATTERS. Col. John 0. Kutrekin, of Cbillicothe, U at the Arcade. Hon. I. M. Ilirrett, and faaiily, of Greene countr, tissued through the city to-day. Mr. V. II. Young, a prominent lumber dealer, ol Kenton, Chin, s at the Ligonda llouje. Morris L. Uettuian, E.q., a prominent at torney, of Cincinnati, is rt-ghtereil at the Arcade. Miss Nettie -IcClure, of Xenia, is the guest...

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 February 1885

mSSSSx GLOBE EEPUBLIO. TUESDAY 1SVENING, FEBRUARY 10 1885. r" skb CITY MATTERS. Judge (icKhie tliis Htternoon dismissed tlie pece warrant rase djainst J. A. Click lor want ol prosecution at cost ot the prosecut ing witness, Abraham CliiV. The February tneetinp ol the Claik County 1'ioneer Orange will lie held at the Uocky Point Grange hall in Knon, O. on the last Tuesday (24th) of February, lfs:. Judge liittler's bill doing away with separ ate schools for colored children in Ohio, was postponed in the legislature yesterday until February lit, leinf made special order fer that dar. Hon. James M. Smith, ol Lebanon, Judge of Ccmmon Pleas in this judicial district, has filed his resignation with GoTernor Hoadly, to take effect immediately. This is in order to take his seat on the Circnit court bench. Two le's ol beer were stolen Saturday night trota Vorce & Bice's brewery wagon, driren by a German named Hocter. This makes our kegs stolen from bis wagon within the past week. Burglars...

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 February 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic TIIK fTltHV3ITIEL.I GX.OUE, Volunio IV. Wum'bor 237. SPKEtfGFIELD, OHIO, TVEDISESDAY EVTEISTNG, FEBKUARY 11, 1885. JTHE8PBINOPIELD KEPUBT.IC I VolumelXX. Number :i37. i OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee; Rising temperature, fair weather; west to south west winds; lower barometer. TOME TRUTHS" Are so simple that they may be clearly presented in a very fev words, and easily demonstrated to the satisfac tion of inquiring minds. The following are examples of Simple Truths: The largest and best stocks and the most compresensiva assortment of Men's, Youth's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, and Furnishing Goods in this market are to be found at OWEN, PIXLEY &. CO., 25 & 27 West Main Street, Springfield, Ohio. Inspection and comparison will establish the truth of this proposition to the satis faction of all who are in terested in the subject. Our prices are such that our patrons save, on every garment bought of us, an amount equal to the ordina...

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 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVENES&, FEBRUARY 11, 188B ?-. -V" .-iE'n-'- . GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BT ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. ."UOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WESTHIOHST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS) iiljr edition, per year, Mlj edition, per wesl. $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHErXi Issued Every Thursday Morning, One DoiiIjA a tjeaj?. AS cornir.unlcationj should bs addressed fa KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfield, OKio. WEDXESDAT EVESISQ, FEB 11. REPUBLICAN DELEGATE BLKCTIOS AIW COX rKXTlOXH. To the republican Electors or the City ol Spring field and Springfield Township. Yon are hereby notified that meetings will be held in each of the votinc-precincts of the city ot Springfield and Spricgfield town ship on Tuesday, February 24, 188."., for the Felection ol delepates to attend cer tain conventions to le held on Wednesday, February 2.1, 188."!, at Black's Opera House, for the nomination ol candidates for the various offices of sai...

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 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVBNEN8, FEBRUARY 11 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. lnlly Kill t Ion. MLF WBATHJSB RBt 9KT VOl THIS LOCALITY, AS RECORDED BT J. DRCBY, KXPKK33LT FOS THK WLOBE-KKPUBLIC. February 10, -&A5 I.. il1 Y,tner. 0JQ,ni 2 0 XW rIr WW a. m . 2 W Far s-.Mp, mT1,,T , ,, , " V Fair 6 CO p. .,, 1Q" NW Fair 10 SO p. tn . .. 12" W Katr Mean temper at art- 6.0 lloien Iuirtun ol utae date In l4, 3i al-oTe. Temperature ol mel tie in lhS. 223 above. Temperature of lame dat In 1W, 3 above zero. The late otorru wa a severe one ami of an un usual breadth, as it covered tlie conn try from LacroMoa the west to Pittst-urR on the cast. A heari snowstorm Id Illinois and IndUna, and a heavy rain storm in Ohio and Fenntylvania, CITY MATTERS. Mr. Sam Kelly, of Pitchin, was in town to daj. Mr. Max Klsas, of Cincinnati,- ia stopping at the Lagonda. Mr. Irring A. Brown, of Cleveland, ii re gistered at the Arcade. Among the boys and knowing ones it isn't the county jail any more. It is the "Baker"...

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 February 1885

GLOBE REFUBUO. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBBUAB 11 1888. CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS; CrfAB. LUDLOW. ;-.- -fiv,...,., D. L. Amle.-son, of Greeocastle, Indiana, is at the Arcade. Matinee at HlacVs next Saturday. "Fan chon." 10 and 20 rents. Miss Mina Heath, ot Ucbana, entered uon the discharge of her duties as assistant in County Clerk Kabbitt's oflice, this taorniDp. "Leah the Forsaken" Klack's, Friday even'ag. Admission 10 and 15 cents. He served seats 20 cents, now on sale.; Mr. F. W. Foos, on his return from Europe, visited for a few weeks bis parents in this city, and has now returnel to his home in New York City. Trains are delayed to some extent, but in general are making trips with reasonable reg ularity considering tbo. extreme weather. Traffic further west is not ent rely straight ened out, however. RIack's 0tra House, next Friday evening, Cora Van Tassel Dramatic Company. Ad mission 10 and IS cents. Ueserved seats 20 cents, now on sale. At the meeting in Columbus Tuesday of ...

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 February 1885

i Springfield Globe -Republic wm wm. r.-3 tiii: KruiNGKiELit oloiie, i Vnluinp IV. Mumtossr aat. ( SPEENGFIELD, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBEUAEY 12, 1885. JTUE SPBINOPIELD KEPCllIJC I Volume XXX. Number aas. 1 if 81 u IS' 1? CWD. PtXLEY S. CO. Ofcao TalW sua! TrMcssee: Local ss c t-t as partli- c'joujy weather; wwnatrsV winS; racur Jetnprratcre tc rut arrt3rallattacf;fjtt tail in extreme w ieruozL I But tcial as rafer to eell merely what bas twra tcknj 6a, marked down, war 4wx. jm Mow oat thing thought ol. We Va jnjt m taach aauety to lurnuh toot wasts that mar come ta osr regular line. KrfCar thro, lisej that Jo cot depredate in vale, ear fiarruatr is price. We sr9 uw pocJi probably City per cent. Mow. other twratT-Ste, and a few perhaps that woe J not shew more than ten per crnL iSerrncc. Do Toa believe? Do jva belie that a (nit looked at, talked oter and aerxtd down to $15 cot hundred talks aatr nil I' bought here fcr 9? They're here, lotl ! them, and more at left S. Ks JS. IV to...

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 February 1885

F GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVBiBf , FEBKTJJLRT 12, 1888 U .-, i -v 'mm :13 & &S Sg 4g3 ?- ""J U' - ' - teg-"-- - GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKIX PUBLISHED Br QNMEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 3 LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. C.r. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Oily edition, per year, dli'jf edition, per !, $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DoiiliAI? X TEAr?. All oofflmunlcitions should be addressed tt KINNEY NICHOLS t CO, Springfield, Ok!. TJIURSDAY EYES ISO, FEB. 12 Any more appropriation to the New Orleans exposition will be a squandering of good monej for no good purpose. There is nothing in it. New Orleans is out of the world. Senator Butler, of South Carolina, is represented as an adorably (or awfully, as the j;irls would put it) handsome man. But there was an ugly massacre of colored men down in South Carolina about the time of his election that seems to mar his beauty somewhat. The New-York Sun defends R...

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 February 1885

- 0Rllllllrlllllll?g1MW - ny jftSf r-HBtaiaeMgm m mill i i www .. . r-." r-- T"-'T.r-" -ujujiiuuijli iuJijsiii.,iUtUiUslJ.UMJIiUtlllt isSSS,1,1',,,jgm"isa -.-- ... i --j . ,,,... . ..--,,,,.., ..j 1. 1 1 .- -7Ki, ..--s--sssssssssp is siii i ' yjjs. i. ii '' " '" .iius- i 111 ". . ; 13a V " k .....u. lU'iwgtfcaww. , " , jgp.-' ..r .ii....mBMMgi.m.,;i .mi.'.rr- ' ' . ' ' - 4pfe ll-1 OLOBE HEP1JBII.G. THUHSDAY EVBNlNG, EWHUJJlBT 12 1885. KS? &Hi i I I ( ii I II I l Ill -S .,1 III" 1 I I J , I Ii aSMHtt! 4j!3fB I' , , - : ' ' i ;? m a i GLOBE-REfUBLIC -tally Edition. 4lM HMIHfJ! KBtOItt tO THIS LOCiUTT, AS E.CUKD.D IT J. DIIIT, kXPaKSSLY rolTUXlLOEK-IIKrCBUC. lebniary 11. u5 !- ud we-tnar. J0a.w 14-0 SW Fair l-,Oa.a 1"'8W Flr .0 p. - 6 I S W Fair S0p.ra 0 W Fair I Vi p. m 2 o SW Fair Mbeu temperature 1 6' b-lowsero. temperature ol saute date In lh4. 37 above. Temperature of sin J l In lifi. 32abftve. temperature ol same - In 18H-, 80" above sero. The 10th waa the coldest day over th...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 12 February 1885

'Js&iWmlmfM inn uiiars an GLOBE REPUBLIC. THUKSDAY EVENING, FEBEUABY 12 188B. CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS. CHAS. LUDLOW. i -W ?AKI -iS r--4f-? &1 -1 31 VuJ . V.IM J Mr. C. G. Miller, of Cincinnati, is at tbe Arcade. Mr. Virgil Coblentz went to Cincinnati tb.il morning on busine-". Mr. Dan Xiclum left this morning on a business trip lor tbe Bull Dog Plug. Mr. Louis O'Shsughnessj, of the Cincin nati Enquirer, is registered at the Arcade. Miss Carrie Swain and two or three of the company, are at the Arcade. The remainder of the company stop at the Lagonda. Interesting meetings are still in progress at the Methodist Protestant church, on Pleasant street. Meeting every evening this week at 7:30, except Saturday. CapL Mark A. Smith, ol the Champion City Guard, has received a handsome litho graph of the camp grounds at Mobile, Ala, on which the great encampment ot National Guard is to be held next spring. The case against Gottlieb Bsner, selling liquor ou Sunday, was laid befor...

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 February 1885

eiSSSSbsewiSM tf-iVy'Wtrn-rtilr My-TPT--T-'"-n-3hT'' afcWC-Wi-r?' Springfield Globe -Republic SPEENGFIELD, OHIO, FEU) AY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1885. ITHE 8PHINOPIELT BEPUBTJC I Volume XXX. Number 330. THE SPBINGP1EL GT.OT1E. I Volume IV. Number S3. I iijflrjg . , , . ...jy .n -aMWJth "---'- UC is I- 1; : "'-Ii fcl 5 an m j 1 a i Es ! S3 d i 3 Mp 3 m ii I I 1 i s I ! It II'. 6 OWEN, PIXLEY db. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Local Mm and partly cloudy weather; northerly winds, becoming variable; slight, followed by riling, temperature in Tennessee; rising temperature in Ohio valley Saturday. Whatever sort oi masculine wearing ap parel you want, whatever grade, whatever weight, whatever style, is almost certainly hare, where a very large part of the clothing trade of the region is done. Why does the business center here? Why do people look here first, then go, then come again and buy? If it because our prices are so much higher and stock interior? Is it because we hag gle? We are going...

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. — 13 February 1885

-..- Lsssssssssss!sssssssssssssssSJ'iail.r slim ' ntirTTm-mVflM iniKr-iftr.M'-mr iiJfT17f"f-aff---aMrrii JKK3?ifzc,9S!: r OLOBE BBPUBUO, 3FRIDAYjE VEILING, FEBRTJABY 18, 1886 n i ii i ii ii i i fi iMw Hi c iiTinvi-niirrin rrrrfm n w r n - -t - . .'!m.. 0 ? 1 ft - -i J.S ULOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. UBLISHCD BT onniy, nichols & co., PROPRIETORS. 8L0K-REPUBUC1UIL0INC, WEBTHIQH ST. Cer. Walnut Allow. TEBM8I Om!ly adltloa, per year, Ml rajltie, per week, $7J0 tj Weekly Globe-Republic. umOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHH DOIiLXI A VEAI?. M cunsnlcstiens saoe'd k tMramd tt KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, sriae'-, Okie. FRIDAY EVES IX Q, FEB. 13. A "reliable gentleman" says that Grant never swear. And he wishes now that he had never smoked. Black Jack Logan was only 69 years old last Monday, but he has looked like sixty erer since he was a man. Miss Kate Field is to deliver two lectures on Mormonism at Chautauqua in August; and her talk-away will be a raw gust The cat ol t...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 13 February 1885

i&pvt&sam!meBea j ; eu'ww'ixwtwe GLOBE ItEFUBLIO. FRIDAY EVENING, EKKRTJARY 13 1885. I A H a ? 13 ! Hi m 3 m m II S ti it ii st GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Anally Kdttlon. DAtl.l tt tATH l.R ttUl VHT THIS LOC1UTY, A3 SCODSD BT J. DIVST, KXFEU9LT rOB THE eLOtS-SirUBUC. February li, iuS I l I nudl ulnar. ( JO a. m.. IVM a. iu 2:o0 p. ci 6 SO p. m I'M1 10 20 2S 15 6 SIT s w s w 8W w Fair Fair Snow squall Fair Fair Uean u.i.rttjr IG above sw.i. rtfiiijieraluia ol same aittr ic lo4 55" abure. Teaiperatura ot Km i tela, 23abaTe. loetp-rsturt ol tamo UMa Is 1sh 54 aboTe rero. I think this coM soap will be over with by Sat urday night. CITY MATTERS. Mr. J. V. R.Clioe, of the gas office, is on the sick list. The physicians report a great deal of scarlet fever at the present time. J. J. Brown, the druppist, was called to HiUsboro Thursday bj the serious illness of bis mother. The Peacock-Srcilh replevin case was con tinned in "Squire Rijhtrayer's couit jester day until Saturday. The many triends ...

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. — 13 February 1885

- V-t emmii3T I- z ,.; -r '-' "t: -v.- "" rnnTMB- -- - iMMHiii i i niiTirriniTiTii rtn ajjfMTfaTur mi rraaaeairaaaemeaiiiiwi n nnreiM imtm n r 11 n fi nr n rr i-V??SiBSMwaee3E.-lfK.ria.t 2L tUunn..--.. -- wsi3w? - Ha9Bap'iw'ISa?i!Sv, -- - v rJMKvSSk!!-'t5i jsfiras ssS2S2SSe as; V Paitfe V i A GLOBE BEPUBUO. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18 1886. I l jri- i j-Ljf .r , t. . , .- CITY MATTERS. A Trade Iloom. The Superior Drill Company, of this city, has been pushing its trade in foreign coun tries, and today (Friday) it has received cablegram from its special agent iu Europe ordering a lull car load ot its Broad-cast Seeders, to be sent to Moscow, Russia. Its trade iu other foreign countries is increasing. We are indebted to Mr. I. M. Hatcher tor late New York and Newark, N. J., papers. 3 Dr. John Hancock, late superintendent o the Dayton schools, has charge ot the Ohio school exhibit at the New Orleans Exposition. The property owners met last light at "Squire Rightmyer's office, but transa...

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