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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 14 February 1885

SaSffMt - '" ' " "" " t """" " ' '" v k?2$m 'a ' i. i- A- -f, L JPJC '...:- Springfield Globe -Republic :.-. ii TUB Hl-UINGFIELI GI.OIIE, Volume IV. Numbor 330. SPKINGFIEIJ), OHIO, SATUItDATR EVENING, EEBKTJARY 14, 1885. Y- tiiK i- (THE wxiiiNri.:Eivi itEfunriic jM I Volumo XXX. , Nurabor 33U. lH k- -- - r 1 V $ f- at fc :, - . ; if "i - te - S --vi I '-' ' JB f. "'. '' OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Teuncssee: Slighily warmer, fair weather todsy, followed on Sunday morning by rain or snow, or partly cloudy weather; variable wind. 3C. hs y.yy.- You might just exactly as well cfler us 5c u $9.99 for a $10 Sail; you would get it Just as quick. What's more conclusive proof that we are trictly a ONE PRICE HOUSE Than to know of a years business without a jingle deviation from the marked prices. There's an all Wool Suit $9, or a sabstac- ial pair of Trousers for $3, or an Overcoat -or $5, or little Boys Suit for $2. There are ie Roods, there's the ticket, there's the price ad 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. — 14 February 1885

mwm?mm!m$K - a;-". : -.V; ";-S a-Sf-tJ"-' V "" fB" 'T V Vi,it ;5WI Wi ',' a j- '- - rr. -sttses Sgis&dia ps?5??!? 13 3-" ""- aBWtWnrlMi " fBeFnFB:vnBmM'RKinclSDinHeBn!XSlnK?!M . v MrHr "'""'' ' 7""" -yw??" JMaCaBESatfaP1 &AW.AjataaBBBBT ( a - T -.-.. .1 ' J" .Q5 -(- -T-S . - TWS J - ' -. l- -.aVl! f J u I- I s P I 7 r . I; isr 1 IV r '. 1 it m i St. It ! ! rtri 3L0BE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. ILOBC-RCPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSt Ml; edltioa, per jut, Ml; editio, aer was. $7.50 Scants. Weekly Globe-Republic. RJUIII0TH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar .a teai. Ml coaimonlctfioM should be in'dreated tt KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, Sprisfl.ld, Oh. SATURDAT EVEItJXQ, FED. U. Senator Edmunds Rot there earlier in the day than usual That was all. It is rumored along the line that there is a really healthy reaction in business. The way to relieve Ohio of low saloons is to tax them out of e...

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 1885

Sf-fel; - ' ilif. - '' .r:r .-.-. C'-FfegfesKS. a----miii : -"' gait;,s-'-: GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVE2iTINGrKBETJARY. 14 1885. '" ' 1 1 ii iiiHiii n inn i nrnimwnirwiririrnniiii mT r -f. 'i " p in 11 1, p pwt.ijihi ,s.iyirre)TTTiiKmTnm"Tm r-'in" in mm i it----w' . 1 r- ,MI-i .; , , , . ---- " a- v -. --. i r- s Sift ? . ill . I T S 1( 't ! .1 IV in . , n ii s; - F . K T ft ft i &. GLOBEREPUBLIC. Dally .lloi-. VA1L.X lHATlltn MBrmm nmnuKiiRT. ai ucouin bt j. casxT, uritmi roTB,sLOE-ipcBUC. sebruary 13, ,&eo lwui ttlLll 2 -0 SE IS HE 18 KE 10 N E g KE JCa.tn-Mi-SO a. m . -.0 p. uw I SO p. in to an. m Fair lair (air Our Clear Mean teui peratun- 91 above aero. Temperature ol lame data in l&M 17. above. Temperature ol samedite In 163.49 above reioperature ol asms date Id 188?, 42 above zero. CITY MATTERS. Mrs. T. B. Peet, of Mechanic street, is lying -ery ill. Mr. Louis Regenstein left jesterdsj (or Richmond, Indiana, tor a two weeks visit. Mr. I. Cohen lelt for his home i...

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 1885

,..:S:,: :---- ;, niiiiinii,, , - -: f BvsaKaii-.M.Liiiujei .IK 411 ." ' CITY MATTERS. GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14 188B. m ROUSE AND PARSONS: CHAS. LUDLOW. The Best Quality ! Full Weight! It will be to your interest to buy the following goods at BETWEEN SEASONS The witnesses in tie Berry case will be notified when they are wanted in Cincinnati. Mr. J. L. Kidder 13 announced this after noon as a candidate (or the lit publican nom ination for marshal. Wo. Haines leaves tor Omaha, Nebraska, on Monday for the purpose ot starting a coal oil line. Success to William. We find that we have a number of odd pairs of shoes of various styles and sizes, worth as much as when first placed on sale, but which we are closing out at about half value. E. Miss Maggie Ambrose, for twj years past cashier of the firm ot Pitts & Son, has non accepted a posjtion as same with Lynch Bros. The funeral of Miss Lou lloak, whose death is mentioned elsewhere, will take place Monday afternoon ...

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 1885

' v Hi. -8 ? Sunday Globe -Republic SPEmGFIEIZ), OH 0, SUXDAT MOKSfofG, FEBRUARY 15. 18P5 Til El 8PK1NOFIEL1) GliOBE, I Volume IV. Number 1U1. i TUB 8PBINOPIELI) BEPCBLiC olame XJCJC. Number 201. && rn-A 45 . J l;v'svtl'sS sjf rVSWSC - i "rntJ - cfi:3 ";t . rJSSSa 2V45 -..''QA e.3S- jfegfe l?i, x: is-i"?' 4 "A- - i .i ! I- wvi . j ' J V ;- v. : -SKI W -v - fyft CS i OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Slightly warmer, fir weather today, followed on landay morning by rain or enow, or partly toady weBtber;'variabe winds. Will you go with as to oar Factory at Wtica, N. T.T We are there in twenty hours. We enter at No. 3 John street and ascend Me flight of tU'rs. Here we are in a large double room, proba bly 250 feet square. Toil separate apartment at the north-west earner is our office, where books are kept sad business in general if transacted. Directly opposite, or the sonth-west corner Sea, U occupied by our buyer, Mr. John Owen, who there attends to the select...

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 1885

- - .. -.: r"" - -" ' '. - -. v ," :?it:s?3?s.-?v ,-.. . '-' .g-,. . . : , -, '. - -j ' r.x OS-' -vs TOE GLOBB BEPUBUO. 8TOPAY MOBNING. FEBBTJARY IB 188B. ,rf y.. a - ,---: "-';.2v?$f?f ' AT CEDAR CREEK. HOW SHERIDAN'S RIDE LOOKED TO A SPECTATOR. the Koar That raised Alone the Una 4. flood Thins" A Battery Playing llavoo with an Attiuiuul tion Train. (Oca. Janies L Oomley la The Enquirer. The following account of how "Sheridan's Ride' looked to a spectator at one end of it ras copied by Sir. Whitelaw Reid from my private diary lent him for "Ohio in the War," and I know it is true: Crook was lying a rod two to onr loft. Hayes and I were to gether with our commands. Ue was badly bruised by his fall when his horse .was killed wder him, and had several slight wounds beside. He was teasing me and grumbling because we did not.advonce, instead of wait ing for tie enemy. "Suddenly there is a dut in the rear, on Jie Winchester road, and almost before' we are aware, a fiery-looking, impetuous...

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 1885

iBSSfesgSSaSS J7-. --f.X... --? Wfs.-aatS ir"-' THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. fcTJEDAY MORNING, FEEtTJARY 15 1885 '- 'V&vWI BWWMBBgBaBT II HiWiatJMB'w I "I I BIN Ik -- il II C "' i i -9 X WOMAN AND HOME. THE COST OF LIVING IN THE CITY, AND THE "WHY." Some of the Ways or Women SuireoMlon fur Kitchen and Dlnlnc-Iloom A Daughter' Sacrlure l"rnch- er' Vlve Wealth. Chicago News. Tho "Letters from the People," which have appearetl from time to tiino in our columns hare demonstrated pretty plainly that a family can be well fed at an expense of about $1 or loss pir week for each adult per son in tLe family. Several persons have sent the items and prices, which show that tho'' hare Mlred the problem of economical liv ing if their neighbors have not. It need not bo said tint such bills of fare do not include many dainties cr luxuries, but the food i good enough and abundant enough for any person, rich or poor. But there is one thin: that lies at the rory bottom of all frugal living that none of the...

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 1885

i 7 rat- - V - ?- :?3t J--. v J Mlliiii 1"agBa.ggMH -' '- --. v icrv.j- 1- - - j - v -&- . . CT.,iwamBW- - ! n m,, unrirw -- --,, , t- ' i - "it""' '-- T. i u " """ r" ' ' ""U I ' " " "'. ipi in ! I, - - , ,- "y'wy"1 I'M' ;!- 'at'' If Mm ' I fer TH QlJOBg RgPTJBLIO, SUlffPAY MORNlSTfr. FEBRTTAHY 15 1885. B-GHT.PAGrEfl ; lS lFS GLOBK-REPUBLIC JtUished Every Sunday Morning eLTLE-BEPyBLIG BUILBIIE, WEST HIER ST. Two Dollars Per Ywr, Klvo Cents Per Copy. A ittred ly tamer to Any rtrt of tht (Xty. t 'tea, til Communication! to th .SUNDAY GLOBE-REPUBLIC, SprtacU-UO. SxaawaBBS!9BwaBwaB9Baawai 'onoa i MiiRsma rr. ft. is, is. ItA.1 1 H K.J TH i:K KKI 9KT )o-.TBisLooiuTr, AsaaaiaDBD sx i. mm, urusiu roa thi aLosa-BsrusLic. iiuan teniperatumM'aboTeMro. rm.rturt I uuit date in 1&S4. 17. abon. Tempermtura ol tra itite in IffS. 4Sat0TC. Temperatnr ol aame Ttn in 18S7, 42 aboia Km The Baptist Examiner inquires, "What are we here forf ' We give it up. John B. Gough is still flinging his cos...

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. — 15 February 1885

7!i,:?T5'"5Wff" :iK3BKg!BlgS IST&'iSciSSSS Mgzm &: ..-- r THE GLOBE .REPUBUO. fUHDAT MOIlNIIfG, TEBBUAltT 15 1885. ffittHT PAGE& 'ttean. i " 1"raT'TTJ'-""1iTTTpT'Tirf' U T MI.T 1 1 il V ff Jl ' ff r7rr-rrr-7fflrTTTlYli7T iJ"T"-'n-lT -iTr"8 i'i -bW"KJK' Ae5.4S5iS3S55SKSE-) gsanTaTaTaTaTanTaTaTaTaTaT ?.-,-:". . v . - Jl wmn i"" PgWPWeziMIBMMaifth.- aTavBn-ITiM 1 II I Tlnj TIiiIWii ri TITT : . - .. T - ---P -r.CKfaiWCHft4r'i-SUJuh1a)Krr Bi5TJWCi.dBl-LLFfcIllWlrZf?ior5J!BttaMlSUP 5flgT"?l-ri-'5L:: V;' .. i-TtV-'AVTa. v-t.J?HS.M sCclTa. Ii-n' J-' -, iy.TK' gf-yK -T.aggyaS,g3tjrj'JM-gSa.V.cr..''- -1 Tr-TV , . b i " . -. H.TggacSrt.r.Y.f.1iaB m iilflTggv y5yryrTw,.-, ty--SJirHhrmj j rrr v , ...--.-.-..iMwws-rar ?,. 3aMBgaMaBattBafcaBaww ,,,.,., i, ,, ......r.., , -i.wj-rfir'iiim.i,, '....wr'ii)" J1;"" 'il .1 ' '"we w7i:r.T7r75-TrTi ' ;i.-ir.,...rM,r.1 r '- - '-"' " ' . V - -c- -t -. V,'' . ' ' ' im... ..'. ' i,. i ' I- ,f!" '"" " " iiu . .m. maMim ...m.' 'iunjw -".fc,,,1 ."'J '...

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. — 15 February 1885

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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. — 15 February 1885

sssr af;rjg?gffSg . ' -? -., " ;V5r.-' ij.tfi MS-! THE GLOBE REFUBIIO. STOPAY MOBNIUG, FEBRUARY 15 1885 MMIM"WWLWWb. .A-iasaMBsaM.ZSgMP-li nirrmir win -ftmiaMBmWwHgrtt 5 ( r --v- " ,V" -, ' --; n nipw hi i "'i' i ii i f iw r ft m iimi iim iiiMTM i -IIT "" '-1 WOMAN AND HOME. ENGUSH WORKING WOMEN THE PRINCESS OF WALES. A Taiiiee Farmer Wife A Flve-Aollar Bed-Koom Food for Children The liana Gone Kings Marriage Value of Tact. 'Omar Kayyam' in Kansas City Times.) I know I am not attactive," said a friend of mine. You are too cold," said a friend of hers. "You are both wrong," said L So tney were. The first speaker could never have persuaded to admit war down in her heart that sho was not attractive. At least I know that she was quite attractive. Tho second made tbo blunder of supposing that to bo attractive one must needs have a heart big enough to hold all her beaux. Not so. Heaven forbid 1 I have seen few mea who wanted to be stood up like bisque statuary or hung up like chronica amo...

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. — 15 February 1885

"nn rri rr iir- inti tinii' ttii h. i n wFTiftTiinMTi ii rairiinniTii 11 1 mi 'iifjuhMiM m1 ' .I'M mmm km1 ., p, 11 , ,, u -i" , i "n'n n 1111 in n ' .i, ' ,.. i-jit,aLt.i-' . iT i -7- -nnMrirr t n 1 J tmai- Tn n it-it I'TTnraiirintn ni'iriiTi ri in m rim r . - jit .., 't& -Tr ".". v ..-. -w. , r- i? rs-?"ri p,' -r t f trr-.. .r - .-"3 V -1 ;- jeK --y --'mssssaeammYm , , iWMWlWilfflto , .' -. - - -: "TL-v47"i&J"; --.HM-WMUWUtCr 1 t '"""' " '. "" "III n ' am FEE GLOBE REPUBLIC. 8U2SDAY MOBffma.lEEBBUARY IB, 1885--EIGHT RA.GBB. i n Mrs. T. B. Peet, ot Mechanic strict, is lying -try ill. The witnesses ia tie Berry case ill If notified wben ther lire wnnted in Circiuuati. Mrs. John H. Winder and Miss Elh Winder, of DaytoD, are visiting friends in the city. The floor at the skating rink ha been thoroughly cleaned and smoothed, and is cow in fin condition. Mrs. Cbas. Louder and child, of Dayton, are Yititing Mr. and Mrs. Will Dodson, ol Wast Mulberry street. Mr. George H. Coles, w...

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 1885

myjjMMlwHi -l"r ' mHHi vti r ?i 3 S Springfield Globe -Republic THE HPKINGPIEIiH GTOBE, Volume IV. Number 331. J SPKmGFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1G, 1885. (THE SPniNOPlELl) ItEPURTilC I Volume X.X.X.. Number :i31. ' n i ? n; IS? 1 Is r OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Indications. Washington, Feb. 1G. Tennessee and Ohio Valley : Colder, generally fair weather, followed in the extreme west portion by ris ing temperature; winds generally from north west to southwest. Hate yon considered our mention of last week .' The Rojs Jersey Suits in XaTj-Brown, and Gray Colorings, go ing for almost the price of the Cotton Suits, $5 each.' A week and they'll be g.ne. And little Boy's Separate Pants, knee length, with a row of buttons on itber side and accompanying patches to mend with. They are here in all ages, from 5 np to 12 years, COc, Sac, $1, $1.25, $1.50, and so on. In this department are also a goodly selection of one and two piece kilts. Going and Coming. Never without a seasonable assortm...

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 1885

wiummqP H GLOBE REPUBLIC. M03TDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16 lfc85. I SLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. ilo.republic building, WEST HIGH ST. Cor! Walnut Alley. XERMSi Oally edition, per year, Jail ditJen, per weak, $7.50 t J cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. AMNOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Istutd Every Thursday Morning, OKS DOLIiAI A yBAIf. M comminlarb'oni should bt addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, prissleM, Okie. MONDAY EVES ISO, FEB. 1G. NOTICE TO BA8TKRN ADVERTISERS. Us. H. a Sstdeb, 23 Prk Bow, New York, i tke Olobk-Bkfcbui's special repreeeutatlTe, to whom til Eastern adt ertisinK business, of what cTcr csture, mast be referred. REPUBLICAN nmZKGAXE XLBCTIOS A.XD COS TBXTIOSS. To the Eepublican Electors o( the City of Spring field and fcpringfleld Township. You are hereof notified that meetings will be held in each of the voting-precincts of the city ot Springfield and SpriLgfield town ship on Tuesday. February 24, 1883, for the selection of ...

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 1885

CWWQWWJT m&VTflHftZi.lbt&MmKK&l m GLOBE REPUBLIC. MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xally Edition. HAAl.k H ltA.rtit.lt ! STHlLOraLlTr. AS KKCOKDID BT J. DKWBT, KXrBKSSLf FOK THE LOEKKEPCBUC. February 15. id5 l. ..ltd ntui. 6J07ii7. E Fair lu-Ma.m S K Fair 2:i0 p. u 40 I S K Fair -S0p.nl 15 SW UIllD 10-10 p. m 32 I W Snowing Mean touiperaturt 33 abore zero. Teuiperatur oi taine date In 18M z2. above. Temperature of eaina J.totn ie3 56s above, leuperaturaotaamo date In IRS", 43 above aero. Amount of rain, sleet and snow fall, 0.12, with 2 Inches of snow. From 2:30 p. in. yesterday to 6:30 a. m. this morning the tberuiointter shows a fall of 33 In 16 hours. CITY MATTERS. A Springfield contingent of merry-makers is expected to attend tonight the last ball of the season given by the Urbana Guards in their armory. There will be a public meeting of the Woman's Union Missionary Society in the First Presbyterian church next Saturday af ternoon, at the usual honr....

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 1885

f""H'" - GLOBE BBPUBLIO, MONDAY EVENJKO, FEBRUARY 16, 1886 & S55s r wn,Tjr,t-nyiii .intwwap CITY MATTERS. Rer. J. F. AaSer returned from Xcnia this morning. ROUSE AND PARSONS. CHAS. LUDLOW. SPRING APPROACHES And we must at once clear our shelves of a .miscellaneous lot of Heavy Goods, consisting in Odd Pairs of Shoes for Men, Shoes for Women, Shoes for Boys and Shoes for Children. We will soon need the room they new occupy for our extensive Spring purchases. To make them move lively we have marked them down to quick selling prices. The Best Quality ! Full Weight! It will be to your interest to buy the following goods at Miss Mollie .Vhite, of Bellebrcok, near Dayton, is Tisiling friends In this city. C. C. Fried left for Springfield, Missouri, today, and Mrs. Ballard for Uot Springs, Arkansas. A ieg of beer was stolen this morning be tween fire and six o'clock from in front of Murphy k Bro.'s saloon on East Main street. LU E The masquerade at the rink next Friday erening promise...

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 1885

?8M3grea3&3rtEaB5tsggstoB i ?v" --.n?". TW'I'cif', -Rg6Vs,r, jyT ?- Springfield Globe- THE SPBINOFIEI-l GIjOlIE, Volumo IV. Numlier 333. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY IT, 1885. I TJ3CE 8PBINGPIEI,1 BEPUBIJC I Volume XJLJC. Number 333. , mmriffiitTTy',i'"'i'fit-ii.ii .m-i "i "'w'"'" Republic OWEN, PIXLEY &. CO. Judications. AVashisgiov, Feb. 17. Tennessee and Ohio Valley: Local snows and partly cloudy weather; slightly warmer wether; east to south winds, becoming variable; lower baromeior. SOLID, STEADY, UXSEXSATIOXAL CLOTHING TALE. "TODAY'S DOINGS" AT 25 AXD 27 WEST MAIX STREET. ITEMS OF INTEREST TO CLOTIl 1X0 CONSUMERS. WE DRIFT WITH THE TIDE OF POPULARITY, INTO THE HARBOR OF SUCCESS, AND SO OX. Jean Pants so different. Cat differ ent. Made different. Sold Different. In a different atmosphere. A thousand pair to select froM. Tempting prices on Overcoats. Many lines are "on their last limbs," others are complete. Of the complete lines we speak, leaving the odd...

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. — 17 February 1885

mmmmmmm K " V GLOBE REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBBUABY IT 18BB. BmmmmaBmmaa&Bmmamm SLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY nNNXY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. QLOK-REPUIUC KUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Car. Walnut AUsjr. TESMSi Ml; dJfion.perjur, 117 adltiwi, pr MMk, $7.50 Hunts. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET 1 Issued Every Thursday Morning, OKE DOIiIiil A TJEAI. M comnnlcxfiafls should U addrttstd t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, priiflcM, Ohio. KOHCE TO KASTEltN ADVERTISERS. Mb. II. C Stdke, 23 rrk Bow, New York, Is the Olob-Bkpcuc's special representatlTS, to whom ill Essteru adTerUsIng business, of what crer nature, must be referred. TUESDAY EVES IS O, FEB. 17. REPUBLICAN BMMiK XLJSCTJOX J.1W CO.V TXSXIOSS. To tke Republican Electors of the City of Spring field and Springseld Township. Toa are hereby notified that meetings' will be held In each of the vo.tine-precincu of the city of Springfield and Springfield town ship on Tuesday, February 24, 188S, for the sele...

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. — 17 February 1885

GLOBE EEPOBIIO. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. 1ully XMltlon. H 1 I I, 1 tl liC OBJ TKI!UllUtI 1! EB' tHIO FT J DBVBT, .XrBSJ?t T FOB tB MlorB-aEVl BUC Heae le rrrtnr 1 ab-ve -" I -perattir. elumH.lfn1'( as. above. Te.'(eratare of MBiifrU i G2au.jve l. ra-t ire 01 eatae -aw Ii K , ( above irra. CITY MATTERS. Mr M L liali id Louisville, Kentucky, is at the Lfj ads House OScerJ C bu:hn. t rejriitere J at the A n de. btllrlonUiDe, is Mr. C C Fried and wife left yesterday nut rrUtifef is Spai-gacld, alnso-n. to K. I MiJdleto., Eeq, a prominest t ornev of I rbana, ii registered at tbe Arcade. Mr L E Weed, ef Ice Raker and Farron Companv, ii toffs; at the Lagood- flocse. Council meets lowest, wa the roles por eruinf the polter, will l-e inflicted cjtsa the members as ance at the lat coaling. Mr, Loui Valmaot, until lately employed as store reir to the Aicade, has taken a similar position at the Lsjond- Hau.e under the new tBanaesieDt. Mr F Wiliit, principal ofthefrbort...

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. — 17 February 1885

gL0ti jffiPTJSUO. TUESDAY EYEBON&, FEBRUARY 17, 1885 CITY MATTERS. Mr. A. R. DcLeon, of Cincinnati, 13 at the ArcaJe. Harry De was arrested last night by oGi cer Mills for druakenm-.s and disorderly con duct. Steamer IHton llouge, on which Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Folgcr were pas-engers lrom St. Louis, arrived at New Orlearns yesterday forenoon, having been delayed on the trip down by ice ani cold weather. Mrs. Jol.n H. Thomas gave an elegant re ception trom three to ii o'clock this after noon. A Urge number ot invitations had been issued and were accepted by the ladies co iortunate as to receive cards Owen Reilly, seventy years of age, a for mer section boss on the IV, C. i. St. L. rail way, tell trom his wagon while driving into South Charleston with a load ot bops from his farm, yesterday, and broke one of his legs belweeen the knee and ankle. At his age such an injur is a very serious one. Two elegant tiny pairs of club skates may be seen in Huffman's store window on Lime stone...

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