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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 13 February 1886

.3T-V-' Iff- ? S" F "rrv,:? v GLOBE ftHfOBUa SAlHfflDAV Waffl&. fliflJlttMHY 13 1880 i am liUw W of iv t I A t"' L I'- if Itk.' r I - IW. fe GLOBE-REPUBLIC. BVEHIHG. SUMO WEEKLY. Th Only Ptpf In Hit Eights CuerrtsloMl DU Wet Rnctiiing Attodttwi Ptst Dispatches. PUBLISHED BY THE SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CD. THE EVEN1M GLOBE-REPUBLIC U published even evening except Sunday. and Is deliv ered at the rate otlOc. per week. Single cop ies 2c THE SUNDAY GLOBE-REPUBLIC Is Issued every Sunday morning, and Is delivered to sub scribers at 12 per year. Single copies 8c. THE WEEKLY CLOSE-REPUBLIC is published every Thursday, and Is one of the most com plete family newspapers In the country: eight pases, markets complete. Keplete with news and miscellany, tl per year. In yarlably cash ta advance. Aiintt S ummmnimliml lo SPulREFIELG PUBUSHIHG CO., SPRIXQFIELO. O. Telephone No. SO. MTUROAY EVEHMS. FEBRUARY IJ.I8S8. Bmailhurst, Under Secretary fur Home Affairs in Gladstone's new government, is a st...

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 1886

.3?"; V.V , rcgfJSSBSe hMfM --fr-r-T;'.-' GLOBE BJgttBLlQ. SATUHDAY tBJOy fliffifttTAK? 13 188 OUR GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE "Winter AT OUR TWO STORES, 14 WEST MAIN STREET AND 40 SOUTH MARKET STREET, t T. -. . . ... .. mllex ho rriMPH tn the verv 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 The StOCk at both places mUSt be reduced tO tne Very 0WeSI notcn Wlimn uie hla J inm i , lnulnrinnA BhMu Chn.Q hnnnht Tn ho nalmori nfF ..nnn thn nonnlp 95 enliri nnnriQ hv markinn .K at either store. This is a regular Slaughter of prices on tiuuu fauuub ana . . bu i b in 01 'TO u y " " " B :ou" Zn' 0h Vr ZS Mh ' a them at twice their value, ana men ciaim 10 db semng mem m ni-r ,.-. uwoij i. . s-i-"- .H. ...- .-.., .-.-. Hatfce & Co , 14 W. Main St., W. A. Hance, 40 S. Market St., Springfield, Ohio. 4 .l.-. . ..- JMu.iMnnrnr., --i1--ar-sTwaii " ' ' v S- - :t SHOES s LK I HlMSillllwSi kvazina Pan...

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 1886

$$ptFr -tr-as GLOBE HEPUBL10. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13 1886. I fk fe Sf- ? IS f Pickled Condiments. ) Sauces. Mustard and Catnip. Small Pickles, - - - - 5c per dozen Medium rjcklcs, - - - 8Kc " " I.argo " 12Kc " " Sweet " 8Kc " " Chow -Chow, tn bulk, - 10c. " pint Mixed Pickles. - 10c. " " Table Mustard. - - - - 10c ToinaU) Catsup, - - - 10c " buttle Bottled Tickle and Mustard, English ami American brands, rickled lips' Feet, split, - IJOcper dozen iirgeot assortment oi French Fancy Groceries . IXTHECITr. folSWC 9! and 93 W. Main St PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try It. It you 'Want a cent. tfant a situation. Want a salesman, Want a serrant 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 bouse. Want to lend or borrow money. Want to buy a second hand carriage. Want to find anything you hare lost. Want to find a strayed or stolen animal. Want to And an owner roranthlng found. For three-line advertisement one day. 15a; o...

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. — 14 February 1886

mmnttmnyn mmiriHmmiiiBni wrem V , ukd ay Globe -Republic .- m W W . .iyv THE HPniNGFJELD-OIiOBE, I Volume IV. 'Number U. J SPnrN"GFIEIZ), OHIO, SUNDAY MOKNING, EEBRtTA'Rr 14 18MJ. ITHB SPBIiCOFXBLl) KEI'UHI.IC. I ' . olume X.X.3C. Number SIC. nn"r,,amssttrat7fi'rziimnih w i $ n t; WEATHER FACTS'. I p. . i i . . I,, i .... i Washiwjtox, Feb. U Tcdleatl ontjfor the Ohio Valley and TeaueSseeCIondy weather and local Tains, followed by 'ralrweather; ,. winds geiierally onthwetrlrialUDk.barom. eter. sllshtly colder" neither In the vicinity of Pittsburg, slowly rising temperature In the re maining portions of the district. Springfield, ) Feb. 14, 1886. J We use the Crooked Ways of the Trade to make the Straight Way clear. There are how many cloth ing houses in Springfield claiming to sell invariably at one price? How many so claiming that do deviate? How many do not? How - many hide behind .thethrow in dodge, or other" similar de vices to evade" the straight "A little story of a patron ser...

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. — 14 February 1886

8.&?SS8S3gSa Mi''s"-''B'M' GLOBE KETUBIIO. SUNDAY MORTON FEBRUARY 14, 18E6 v. 6 1 la II "SELF OR BEARER." Bv WALTEK BESANT. .Autfior o "All Sort and Coiirtttlon o affn," " TJkS Captain's Jfcom," etc CHAPTER IL CosnxL'Kn. "On,"" cried rJoraH, throwing ner arms about ber father"! neck, "I am so glad I Tou poor dear! You shan't go any longer slav ing like a postman up and down the street all day; you sha'n't be waked up by a bell and made to go out in the middle of the night, as If you were a railway porter; you sha'n't any more make up your own medicines; you shall hand over all your patients to anybody who likes give them to Hug'a If you like. What will Hugh say when he finds out that I am the Honorable Norah ex are we the Ladles Calista and Xorahr Tou tha'n't go any longer tlaving like a postman." "The Lord knowsp said the viscount, still looking helpless and bewildered. Well, 1 1 uppose Hugh won't mind much. Oh, and I suppose we shall go away from Camden Town and live at the We...

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. — 14 February 1886

SS-iS 533S MmnaattSmvrHirmtnM i If It n i ! if IM II PHYSIOGNOMY. LEADING SIGNS OF CHARACTER A3 SEEN BY AN OBSERVER. racial recnllaritle and W3t They Ynw dlcate IXOercnce Between Grew Organisation and Refloed lliyelcal Development. fL. N. Fowler In rhrrnclogical.Jiraal. j Physiognomy Is 'of ieat service In in dicating some paints of character. JL few Illustrations will serve to explain. A. larce, straight nose, with a' retreating chin and forehead, do not go with strength of constitution or originality of mini A. large mouth, with full "lips, and wide awake projecting eyes; Indicate a talker.': a Drain set uacK ana urge Denioawa ears, ar.d small in front and small in the coronal region, with a large projecting face, indicates a low, animal type of mini A large neck and face, with coarse, heavy features, with a head smaller in propor tion, indicate a mind averse.-to study, thought. Improvement. rcfortn.'orbeDtTO-' lent enterprises, especially wtiere personal sacrifices ere required. ...

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. — 14 February 1886

wssssssks! 'tme3k irt- ' dfeE'QtOBE KEPPKLIO. StJSPAYMOHHDTO, FEBRUARY 14, 1886 - GLOBE-REPUBLIC. EVENING. 3UNDftYflND WEEKLY. The Dull Paper In the Eights Congressional District Receiving atsoditta Prt Dispatches. PUBLISHED BV THE SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO. IHI CVENINe GLOBE-REPUBLIC Is published every evening except Sunday, and Is deliv ered at tn rate ot 10c per week. Single cop ies 2c ME SUKQAY 6L0EE-KEPUBLIC Is Issued every Sunday morning, and Is delivered to sub scribers at B per year. Single copies 5c IKE WEEKLY GLOBE-BEPUBUC Is published every Thursday, and Is one of the most Con nie. fimfiv newsnanera In the country; eight pages, markets complete. Replete min news ana roisceiianj. i II per year. In- variably cash In advance. Ailrma sramenELQ publishing go., SPRUiOFIELTJ, O. Telephone If 0.250. SUUtHY MORNING. FEBRUARY 14. 1888. The Cincinnati (lane has been started downhill on an onmlbusted toboggan. Let 'er slide. The police of London first made the riot and then flunked o...

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. — 14 February 1886

iwrtfarnTrt THE GLOBE BEPUBIIO SUyPAY MOKNTNTG, FEBBUARY 14 1886. GRAND OPERA HOUSE, w35S2&'S&S22gm flHNHHHHHHHiHaiaa.fl.H...HHMHHHii EFFIE ELLSLER: IN HER LATEST TRIUMPH, .. ?P Matinee Saturday Afternoon. PRICES: 75 CENTS, 50 CENTS, AND 25 CENTS. SEATS ON SALE NEXT WEDNESDAY MORNING AT NINE O'CLOCK, AT CARTER'S CIGAR STORE. j.-ip. ..t r-r,js IK I " Pl OreatMt Cora on uth for rata." WEI nlimnun qokUr thin ur other known ram- I .l&nK QT lUmunmtlam. Nrorajffla. I KaiBaL SD Jik still Nick, Eral j, I iB,Iiini 8e da. Cnta. Lnmte- I SJwiH " ITrnriay. Bona, FroaUalna, CTB tUrkachcOilmr, Sora Throat, qAB Sciatica. VVMda. Uaalaete. ELKToohc'.- 8pntma,e. run opMBK2Srts. a botila. Sold by all KQPvlncsIiu. Outiaa. To. gea HaSiS- B!tH' I Oa tmra ear faodmne stgnitire. a. a Keyer & C&, Sola lrrtvr.IU.ttmor,:L.lTli:x m Dr. llnll'a ?oorh Urnip villi core yonr Couth at once, l'rico only S3 Cta. a botllr. RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. A Week in Beview. Hate nail The I rts.ro 1 Traeedj TIiu...

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. — 14 February 1886

SOMEWHERE IN THE WORLD. , - - -. As the earth rolls over, on its axil whirled, .There is always midnight somewhere in In the world. But though darkness' pinions ever are unfurled. There is always morning somewhere in world. Sorrow has its mission, so Fate's shafts arc hurled; There is always sorrow, sorrow in the world. Even as the morning gleams 'Wlth'Jlght ini pearled. There are gladness always, always, in the world. Laura Rosamond White. AMONG OUR XA.MAKERS. PEN AND PENCIL SKETCHES OF CONSPICUOUS CONGRESSMEN. Tom Beed, the Big Boj an Tolltlcal Giant W. It Morrison, from Illinois. "VV..S. Jlolnian. the Great Objector tt. Iran Keller and Sam ltandalt (Special Correspondence; VTiSnntaTOX. Feb, 11. The most influen tial membera of congress are, as a rule, the most unassuming. It is your new congress man who swells about as though he owns Washington, and who looks, if he does not sayt. "I am Sir Oracle, and when lope my mouth let no dog bark, Tom Reed, for in stance, wallet about 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. — 14 February 1886

',$3S THE GLOBE EEPUBLIO STJOTAYMORlOTGr, FEBRUARY 14. 1886 j- LADY INSPECTORS. THEIR ARDUOUS WORK OF DETECT ING SMUGGLERS ABOARD SHIP. Ifot an Hour to Call Her Own Tact and Delicacy Required In Searching Oat Fraad Oat on the Water After Dark. ICWIa Iwan in Sew York TVorW Meetinc a ladv emnloved in the custom house. I asked her to give me an idea ol her pay and duties, to which she con scnUii." She said. "It is generally sup posed thai the pay of a lady in the custom house is so large is to enable her to -retire -wealthy in the course of a few yearn., but the truth is. ire receive about $17 a -week, upon which we must maintain ourselves and families. Husbands? Oh. no, there are no husbands allowed us. No married women cou'd obtain a situation in the custom house, and a single w oman would be dismissed if she were to marry while in the service of the government We are obliged to pay our own 'car fare, .al though when we are required very"lata at night or in vert- bad weather a carria...

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. — 14 February 1886

' ?&& !Biij5ffliiiaaWTa WIWnmi'l QUI N v GLOBE BHPTTBLIO. .SHOT) AT MQKBnyQ,. FEBRUARY 14, .18F6. & NEW TABLE Glassware, Fancy Colored Tumblers, Decorated Tea, Dinner and Supper Sets, and the Latest Square-Shape Stone China Now on display for. Sprins trade in our Crockery Room- The low est prices In this city. Stop and get our prices urst. Jb hrSfltAvvfaf (V 91 and 93 W. Main St. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try It. It yon Want a cook. Want a situation. Want a salesman, Tant a servant girl. Want to rent a (tore. Want to sell a piano. Want to sell a bone. Want to buy or sell a house. Want a cood boarding house. Want to lend or borrow money. Want to out a second-hand carriage. WanttoflndanTthlng you hare lost. Want to and a strayed or stolen animal. Want to find an owner tor an thing found. For tnne-tlne adrertlsement one day, lie; one wee. 60c Each additional line one daTi 5c: one week. lse' WANTED. WANTED A cood girt, or woman, to dn eoofclnc Call at So. 17. SouUi Market street. 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. — 15 February 1886

SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC . S'fe.'il I'll, rin :ioiti: vi. A"i. .'. in liKI'lltl-IC'-Vol. xm. skrcs-(;fikli), o., Monday evening, febriary is las.,. satfK yi?i PRICE TWO CENTS. WEATHER FACTS. Vih .m. rVh 1". -liHlN'atirtin f"r th. Ohio Valiej and TVnueHut I..M-M mm. ... in uorttit-rti Nir!i" Imtii 1." -tl n w lul'..u .1 livlan. i.l.Vr i.ltn-r. uii!tl; ui'iit r.i1l !i,ii lui: !-. ..irthtlv Si MV KIN..I II I I'. ) 1-ob. i 4. i.sSo. J We use the Crooked Ways of the Trade to make the Straight Way clear. There are how many cloth ing houses in Springfield claiming to sell invariably at one price ? 1 low many so claiming that do deviate ? How many do not? How many hide behind the throw in dodge, or other similar de vices to evade the straight way ? A little story of a patron serves our purpose at this time. He called at the store of one of our foremost cloth iers and asked to be shown little boys' suits. According ly the very gentlemanly and obliging proprietor exhibited, one b one. the ...

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. — 15 February 1886

'"4Mni GLOBE RgPOBUU AIOXDAV EVEyiKO, VEliliUAltY 15 18H0. GLOBE-REPP B LIC. EVENING, SUNDAY AND WEEKLY. The Only Piper m the Eighth Connrrssionll District Hecdilng Atwclattil Prtu Dispatches PUBLISHED BY THE SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING GO. THE EVENING GIOBE-REPUBLIC 11 published every evening except mitt:iv. al m deln ered at the rate of lc per xxeck MtiKlecop leatc IHE SUN31Y CLOSE-REPUBLIC Is issued exery Sunday morni ns. and i dcltxerrd to sub scribers at J2 per year Mni;le copies V. IHE WEEKLY 6LO8E-REPUBLIC is published every Timrsday. and it one ( the most com ptete family newspapers in tlie country, eight p.es. markets complete. Keplcte tth nei and miscellany !l per year. In variably cash in advance. AdJr4t t&Zf wnmiiviMlviu la SPnlNBFIELO PUBLISHING CO., SPRINGFIELD. O. Telephone No -fl MOWW EVENIN6. FEHRURl IV 1886 The l.nxer house iimsn has i?ne hitn tit acain Kit.Mni l'tntt-i The tit"twii f the authorship t.t "itrciutiful Ni"" ha Ufii rallies; tsmt-lu-sixWx st-tthsl uitli...

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. — 15 February 1886

ftFJfe --:: - GLOBE KEPLTBLiO. MONDJY EYSING, FEBRTJABY 15 1886 ItVUctlit: tun. vLivmri tuh 1 iwtttC .nNiTiip- -v- tl n. In -s r m ndv ,hj tlt & 1 t .S m ji u t- 'i In our ,' i tMVl r-p tr t M k d ' u I (I sf. n 1 ft Fjt d th fa Mtni tmatun An U U h I.micrriiic Th-KintTohc An tidote: IT co lO 1 i.-iol4 by ull Urun.u.u. RAILROAD TIME CARD. Cine.. ..1..1 in A Imi. II It liOlMI l.ST N'isht Kx 'Uiaml U H 4- a ra 2 T .t h Rx o i ii m L Kx f in I IRKIV I IHoH k"T " Night 1-x "iii.i m r n " .v i i. ii in i lVl it iv ex 1 J' m . N 1U r ( .1 p in VtH iNT. ci i iT:rttF MllXb 4IITH KH k IK.IM sol TH Nli-tit hx Jtjm - Night Kx lJiain 25 - a I Xc s 4n l in v ! A " Xi '.ilu 2" I A I rx V-Waro U N II t l"Xa in 21 A I Kx Ins.iami Jt.texest mpm Uil'h lJiptn V-Al V. I in liN) V II hx4 v i m I (!,v llil ' pni luiliaun, lllooiuiiicloii .in.l . It. II xii.1 .11 liilou. OOlXl. KT 2 VlKlit Express Jia m 4 Hay Etinv" "" " i in e ..ce.inimu.tttiun - s is p nr 6 Passe nger " (i ni OOlSU .1ST I Night Kipr...

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. — 15 February 1886

. -c-sHiS ' 1 GLOBE REPUBLIC. MOXDAY LTVE'jrLNG, l'EDCU.VT.T 1." 1880. !BkJIIBFKS5wHwm . .aw-.-.-. , -j M ,iirKi i w .1 .. ,- ---'..-'jw.., --a- ., , --jn ... v if iv LI IS IS NEW TABLE .S-Sggiw C0T T1RE,) 0F L1FE- NEW TABLE Glassware, Fancy Colored Tumblers, Decorated Tea, Dinner and Supper Sets, and the Latest Square-Shape Stone China .. n tlispUi for SpmiK trade m ml imW-rv ltt-oiii The lowest liriifs in tins itv. Mc-i' anil pet our -..rices tirst. 91 and 93 W. Main St. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try It. If TOU Want a cook. Mast a situation, IV-int a salesman. "C-ant a servant eirl. MjloI to rent a storr. Mant to cell a piano. Mant to sell a "lorse. IV ant to tmy or sell a house. Want a cood boanllnc house. 1ant to lend or borrow money, "ft ant to I.ut a second hand rarnf. "Want to And anythlnn you have lost. W ant to and a strayed or stolen animal. M snt to find ah o-vnerforantluni: found. For iliree-llne advertisement one daj. IV; . one v.rek. c Each additional line one da). Sc. one week...

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. — 16 February 1886

SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC. !xJv - (JU)IIK-Vol. VI. T"C. II si I iticiuiii.ic'-Voi. xxm. - :- i SP1 IN (.FIELD, ()., Tl lDAY EVENING, I'EBItrAUY H! 188.;. PRICE TWO CENTS. rii mm sHr-a mmi w& bmi m r Tfc m WEATHER FACTS. Vwiin .Tos lVh It. -Indications f. r tht hlo Valley ami TeBiww tr eceatht-r wlDdsiHtsinuii: MtrntM- (im-i-ei, .t iu Kit "hit allr. hv st. rl winds kmh mlt i (Oder e rf.l in 1'it estirii i rt i li situ. ntr ( I l.iueil ilurn t. 1 in sU is wl i ihiii. trlit Ieniliir Si KIM 1 II I 1, I 1 cb. 10, iSSo. f I1UAN2I Special lint-, ol all wool, cork-screw worsted suits to stir the trade of early spring in sack suits 10.00; in 4-but-ton cut-awav. 512.00. New. fresh stock, direct lrom our factor last week. ,A line ol men's heavy all wool basket worsted, double breasted, bound all round, less fresh but good as vou'll find outside at $16. yes. $iS take your pick for $10. All wool pants $1.75. Your attention is particularly de sired on the subject of panta loons. Odds and en...

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. — 16 February 1886

J GLOBE RPtTBLlU. TL'KSlm i EVENING, FEBKL'AHY 10 18-G r.liV 1 'I 4 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. EffUMG. 5UID1T MB WEEKLY, The Onl) Papr In the Eighth Congrrsslonit District Recniinj Associated Press Dispatches PUBLISHED BY THE SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING CO. IKE EVENING GLOBE-REPUBLIC Is puMUhrd elery rvrnlDK exeept un 1 1 lnl l dellt ered&t t tie rate ol Ilk- -ereek Minnie coi lejic THE SUNDAY GLOBE-REPUBLIC Is issued etery f-urirUy morniue and Is delnertMl to sub scribers at 2 per rear Muitle copies 6c THE MEEKLY GLOBE-REPUBLIC Is published crr inurii auu is -m iur 'i im plete family newspapers In the eountrv elcht psj;es markets romplete Replete with news nd miscellany 1 per sear. Hi Yjmably casb iu ad ranee 4Jaf aJ -iuttmlKu ie .SPfllNEFIELD PUBLISHING CO.. SPRINGFIELD. O. Telephone N.. J- TUESDAY EVENINS FEbRUtRY 16 IBnb . Kiiiiiuii'l- tiki's in- ica-ou- tot Item; m fai ot ss ret -es-iou- of the -enate on pi-i. Ienli.il noiiiiiittion- hilmuiKls l--Inirkliu; a.'am-t a whirluiuil I'lie-e ti,I...

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. — 16 February 1886

''- - ",',aBaJHnMteTrti . Mij. miTimimiMniriw in iiMiiniirTamr,rwii 9 , " ;csrMaM es!o--'&s GLOBE REPUBLIC TUESDAY EVENDTG, FEBRUARY 1G 1886 Af Tt . B M VS'V? - T - &ku P5 ,.??:.' fc5fi, um i5B B-i-iwJ v.; xa 51i f--, iiis&: ??j fefl turn -, ', w a : 'I V ' -.-? Jl 4 &4 B9QBB'HHHBBim:HM BOARD OF EDUCATION LAST EVENINC. I?avt W Hr Ah BD -i ' J ITTVi U ; , Th Gmbft Our m Frth fnp P!n win nlkrr mrv qtilcL rtlii.n any otbt-r known ? Si uui, MUX tck Itrulff, Hun. v. NJtlm iritis Lamia IPn I llt V ft, KT-otMi.t.', ihhLi w s. n itur Throat Srtau a, W HUhl., ll.adacba. TLa. hf SpratD. t. use a a I old bj all rujzlsts. Caution. TTj jm I 42rUJ u ,r' " ,,ff lrrt our I -'aacia' rtvutn j ona-Mark auj oar I f acdmfle riristum A 1 M rcr A (u Sole I ITot-i 1-a.t rp Mi l s. A. Dr. Ilutr touch l"ran Mill lousli at iinre. I'rlm'ult - RAILROAD TIME CARD l'l-rfn ( ol . ill A I ml. It It Mrbt Kx m Juira V Nuht hi Uub 11 A II m!JIsAC t-x-tOam C A K K 1 li m a t Afitai . 1 3 i illl'hl.lp IM...

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. — 16 February 1886

.'--- GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, FEniriTAIir in 188G. tsaai llSl MEAT, TRY OUR loiielss H.im - - - - Spruit allot sni,Tir Cured. Cal.toruiu llaui, - - - - It. llaoon, ...... Dm-il llecf. hnest eureiL - 12 -v 1KT It. l"J-. llV. 15c 1 i mxI P.eof, nnost cured llll'lHlt. - - - - I'Ibikv Holt-out Sausage, IV Utsl Pigs" Ki-ot. -pl.U anil JOo. lUe "icx. dm 91 and 93 W. Main St. .... i i f-gM-n PEOPLE'S COLUMN. Try It. If you Want a cook Want a situation, MaiiI a salesman. V ant a servant i-lrl. Want to rent a store, Vint to sell a rlano. Manl to nell a horse. V ant to buy or sell a house. Want a koo-1 boanllns house. Want to lend or borrow money, X.V ant totu a second hand carriage. Want to find anxthini; you have lost. W nnt to flo.1 a -strayed or stolon animal. V an! to and an owner Joranttilnu funnel. For three-tine advertisement one day, no one wcek.sfle Each additional line one da,, V. one week, lsc' WANTED "IVANTHi T.-rent a Hik-writer state rein .rtdrcssXl 1' . .-ire i.lolir ...

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. — 17 February 1886

W"C.TiOirtl,"W,'aB1 rA&K-: "''iii i MBmwMtiii''rfl'i T"' SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC Tin i"ii. i:i.oit!: UKITII Vol. VI. .. li:t Vol. XXXI. SRRlMiFJELI), ()., WEDNESDAY EVEMN(5, FEIJIH'AKY 17 1880. tl'-J PRICE TWO CENTS. l .1 1 WEATHER FACTS. V!.H...'.I hi.. .ili. .-.ith. r ii ill III. "III.. i.il t . r mm l r I. iii.l I i.tl.M.t . r chi inti. i I in UIV.I I 1 II I I'. I ;, iSS. J el. 1 It is within reason to say of our stock at this time, that our revised prices on odd lines and closed lots, and new prices on new stock almost daily ar riving from our lactory. are such as to make you leel that the hard times are easy in the line of clothing. in tne "as and means, and the figures before oti. there isn't a single reason whj you should go uncomfortahl) or shablul) dressed. Men's Suits, C. P. & V., $4.00. Rough and tumble Cassimere. Men's Suits, C. P. &V., $6.00. Wear-resisting Cassimere. Men's Suits, C. P.&V.. $8.00. Good looking and wearing business suit. Men's Suits, ...

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