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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 5 January 1885

&: f..SVfl'- m-4wmmes. XBffisassswcs2Ha rfWffWlSpaitMS, Springfield Globe -Republic TIITl SltlNGPIELit GI.OHE, I Vol jmo IV. Numbor lOS. f SPKDTGFrFJJ), OHIO, MOOTAY EVENING, JANUARY 5, 1885 THE SPRINGFIELD REPUBLIC I TolameZXX Number 300. OWEN, PIXLEY A CO. Ohio Valley aud Tennessee: Colder, clearing weather, northerly winds; Lower Lakes: Cloudy weather and snow, northerly winds, lwer temperature, higher barometer. n-oira TII1X1 SATURDAY NIGHT. Just look. Do ou see the tables and trfirlirs, and roofs above the shell es OTcrfnll and straining under the weight of poods Tor Men's Wear J It's goodness or materials thut bonds the shehes. Trash is far more bulky aud lighter weight. Uid Tonoer notice the stacks of Un derwear boxes oa the right as yon enter Xo. 27 J These contain duplicates ot what are to be found on shell es underneath. We're probably furnished two-lhirds orthe city their this winter's supplies. The other third haic doubtless divided their patronage among the "small f...

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 January 1885

0iftl?i&2 KFI GLOBE BEPUBUO. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5, 1888 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BT KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. QLOBC-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS! Pally edition, per year, Daily edition, per week, $7.S0 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, AH communications should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS i. CO, Springfield, Ohio. .1 'XV A r fnTEXlXG, J AX. 5. If there was any other end of the world yesterday than usual, it was not generally noticed in this hemisphere. As a matter of fresh news Gath tells bow the Panama railroad was builL Gath is a pungent paragraphia! of ancient his tory. They have grown o Hritish in New York City that a regular old London fog felt itself at home there the other day, and staid till it was frozen out. Cleveland is going to make a cabinet of Democrats and fill the various offices of the country with Democrats, as every sen sible person supposed...

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 January 1885

GLOBE KEPTJBUO. MOKDAT EVENEJG, JAHTJABY 5, 1BS5 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully -Cdltlon. It.tll.1 H HIirK KKlUttl roanm uKiUrr. A9 kkcxikdud bt j. dxukv, KXrBKSSLT FOR TUB HLOt k-UKPUBLIC. January 4. 1855 6 30 a. ui.. 10 l a. ni . . 2. JO p. ui. 6 A0 p. a 10:Vtp n Fair. Fair. Our. liar. Clear. Meau uj ueratur i7 above seru. Temperature of aa uf date in Itwi, 1. Ieutpcrature ot aaui d t in IttfS, 19 . 1 per.ture ol astue data la lilt 21 CITY MATTERS. Morris A. Wayward, sends Kansas papers to tt e Globk-Repcbuc C1I7 The police made a "pull" ot some of the gambling bouses jeslerdajr. Let them not follow it up with a "pull" of the bottle to day. Board of Education meets to-night. Sev- eral matters of interest are to come p tor consideration, among them the Lagonda school district matter. Pcstmaster Jchnson's commission has not arrived yet. Clerks in the departments at Washington were behind with their work, owing to holiday festivities. Election of officers ot the Athletic Associa tion, at 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. — 5 January 1885

33LOBE EEPUBLig. MONDAY SVBHDWrJ JANTJAKY 5, 1885 CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS: CHAS. LUDLOW. AIi3 Kate Aultman has returned from Bethel. Mr. A. P. Baldwin, of Akron, Ohio, is at the Arcad. A 6ne driving horse belonging to C. C. Funk died Saterdaj-. C. C. Fried recaived a new sale to-day. It weighs orer two and a half tons. The Mugg's Landing Company, which shows to-night at the Grand, is at the La gonda House. The barometer that keeps within gun-shot of the variableness of the present weather must be a hustler. Judce Warnock, of Urbana, was in the city a lew hoars to-dy, on his way to Troy, where he holds court. Mr. Bert H. Whiteley is now a father and of a toy at that. And Mr. Amos Whiteley is a grandfather, too, "by the same token." Mr. Will Welling, formerly of this city, paired through here last night on bis way to Macon, Georgia, which place he will make hu future home. The Uuldoon Picnic Comedy Company stopped over Sunday at the Lagonda House, and left this morning for Was...

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 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic 1"II1 i-"MHIVK,I13i-1l GI.OllE, Vol fine IV. Number lOO. SPKINGFIEIJ), OHIO, TUESDAY 'EVENING, JAKXTAKY 6, 1885 I THE HPKIIVOF'IEIVO UEPUBIJC I Volume XXX. Number aoo. , OWEN, PlXLEY t CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Partly cloudy w eatber, rains generally followed by (air weather; lightly colder in west portion; slight rise followed by falling temjierature in ea-t portion. It's better to sell than to brush. Makes less work. Counts in the till. Theu nain there's more near in a Suit sold now than if semi-weekly brushed for a j ear. Continued brushing makes "ping" stock; plug- stoek tsstull we don't want ami j ou don't want, nobody wants. Wc sec to this part or our business ami sell while jou do want. The $20 (Jlobe Mill Cassimerc Suits are in the hcightl! of fashion now ma terial bright uml new. People want these, but ifthey were kept ami brushed, brushed and kept through until another season nobody would want. The same might be said of other lines we let 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. — 6 January 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 6 188S GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY KENttEY," NICHOLS & CO.. PROPRIETORS. QLOBE-REFUDLIC OUILOING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Vlnut A!!c TICIUVIS' 0 ly eltlcn, ner vair, Di ly eJitidn, per v. tcV, $7.50 15 certi. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET. Issued Every Thursday Morning, OlIS DOliLtA A TEAI. Atl CTTi.iim" cations thc-uld be addressed U KINNEY NICHOLS 4. CO, Springfield, Ohio. ir alw tt ilker !r o.l to cull on !evt um I the "other A- nnd Grover tthippe"d .ut nt a back tiwr lit- is tryin; to be ih I titan Since iHo tuprew court, dee-lire-d tho Sc 'i law ancODSlitntfunat forty new fa hvins have started Jn Franklin county a' i e, HCordiBfr to the rewtme books I e euriosiiT-eker irho would bk" to j so hovf man; brick- of hviguupe cm b' ai)e vritti he t'Tiws of ih .njrht should run the eielnnisV a eonple of days m tie -paper office. A" excav?e av that it uartli of g' n '1 nin t iXUd hi Wasaiiajrton this in ter r'i is ...

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 January 1885

rftTI GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, JAJTTJABY 0, 1885 GLOBE-KEPUBLIO. lnily Xltiitloii- K Ht.tVitt A- H iHl) lir J. PBUftT, lit an s 1" K 4 ! n i: rt iDvr Fair. Cloudy ( loudr haiuiu 4 1ft. ie i nrrature I . 1 o. I wtqr oS W a ve m .!an 1 st alglit and this a , '7. 27 IV MATTEKS. Ki b r. of CiuciUDtti, is at the a teem tu CincinnMi tbis if S.mt Cudrleilon, la.-laa, o' Iml.anaiH Ii, is regi ua,'nD!!a limine. m, "hirr.iirly ol tliis city, liut 'V.ii Ojio, is rerittere.. nt the ' I' hi, tormerlr o! i'i'ti i Son. i- cimh City ibis morula,; to make - ' re li'imi". K. '.ul Hsu piMtnttJ to D tislou V.. by the ladies U now oq ex . 5't Ar.aile. Im,ir.ienient ttt Ilie Station ll.iuae. The station hutHe is once nio-e umlergi inr; some much-needed repairs in the lemsle de partment. Thi depnrtintn is Ucmi-d iu the rear room on the s-rond flii.ir, nilioioir-c the kitchen. Vnen the old ncodea ex Is wire removed rum the lower floor aud iron ones nut in tlmr iilace". tliev were tsk-ii to the fe m...

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 January 1885

MiilSESl &LOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 6, 188& rcr-AvAsa i'nrjn r i " tttt- THE DEADLY PIT. ROUSE AND PARSONS. CHAS. LUDLOW. imam Cocking Main in Springfield. A Globe-Republic Reporter Tum bles Into It. How the Springfield Sports and Springfield Bloods Illustrate Civilization. Names of Distinguished Young Men Filed for History. As a Globe-IIki'Iiblic man was enjoying a plentant ramble last evenicp, in tlie midst of tbe rain and darkness, bis steps led biui down tovraijs the rushing waters of liuck Creek. Wbilo pacing up and down the banks of that micbtjr stream, deeply buried in ab stract meditation upon the poor quality ot pcol cigars, his attention was attracted by the appearance of two well-known citizens, who passed him by unnoticed, as he stood in the shadow of a tree. Turning sharply to the right, they made their way up the bank ot the creek towards a large building which stood in darkness and aolitude by the side of the waters. Greatly wondering what could ...

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 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THE H"UINGPIEIil OI-OHE, t Vol jme IV. Nximtor 107. 1 SPKDSTGFIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAmTAJtY 7, 1885 (THE SPRINGFIELD IVEPUHT..IC I Volume JUC.X. Number 307. OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Partly cloudy weather, rains generally followed by fair weather; slightly colder in west portion; alight rise followed by falling temperature in eait portion. Grouped behind the glass in our Urge win dow are to be seen the mysterious garments mentioned yesterday, each bearing a reduc tion card from $13 to ?5. We're told ol many kinds ol goods that will depreciate in value if not sold this sea son, and while the sale is going on (FROM TUESDAY MORNING TILL SATURDAY NIGHT allow us to speak of other goods. Good goods ; goods that are good all the year round. We're fifty thousand in these good?. Take Bags and Satchels for instance. We're got all the good we ought to bare, and more, besides all the bad. The bad are the cheap oil cloth affairs COc, ...

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 January 1885

ttssm GLOBE REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAYJEVEHTNG, JANUAJRT T, 1881. - GLOBE-REPUBLIC. D.ULY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIOH ST. Cor. Wslnut Alley. tkiimsi Dally edition, per jea Daiijr edition, per week. $7.50 15 cent. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ohe Dollar a Teafj. All communications thou'd be addressed tt KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfield, Ohio. tt'EDXEiUA i' A 'EXiXO, J AX. 7. UOVERXOK'S MESSAGE. Mixed School and Uqaor-Trafflr. Governor Hoadlv has, as was expected of him, delivered a wordy message. Utter ance is known to be the governor's strong point The introduction is a Democratic ratification-speech, and, being unnecessary and impertinent, is in bad taste. It is made the vehicle for carrying the recommenda tion that the October election be changed to November in the presidential year. It is a good recommendation, and ought to be adopted without a division. What is sa...

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 January 1885

4HL0BE HEPUBUO. WEDNESDAY EYENINa, JOTABT 7, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Sally Edition. ,:All.l h K4.THKK H&fVHT VOKTHISLOCSLtTT, S3 atCOaUKD BT J. D0T, KXTRKMLT rOK THEHLOlE-mPUBLIC January 6, ittfl Weather Raining Fair Fair. Cloudy Cloudy SO a. ui. 10 .80 a. in S SO p. m.... n-.Mp. m. t'VSO p. in Maii tettiiirratur 43 above aero. Teiurtun ol uuf due in 1W4 14 Mow. Temperature of limi late In 13 29 above, iwopetature of same i at n !.. 37 above CITY MATTERS. Mr. Dan Dreilu', of Cincinnati, is at tbc Arcade. Mr. M. L. Mall, of Louisville, Kj., is stop ping at the Lafjonila House. Mr. X. S. Crawlord, of the Beckel House, Davton, is registered at the Arcade. Dr. Windhurst, of North Plum street, quite weak from a protracted illness. aire. T. W. Beeny, of North Plum street, is quite ill, aiirently at the point of death. Mrs. J. C. Lyon and son, Haryey, left for New Orleans to-day to attend the exposition. Spricg6rld Is likely to come in far the usual amount of special legislation at Colum ...

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 January 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. WBD3STESDAY EVENOT, JANUARY 7, 1885 CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS: CHAS. LUDLOW. L. D. Le-y, of Xew York city, ii here on a visit to his brother. V, . BE SURE TO THY N Each ot the hotels has several members of the Maggie Mitchell Company. There will be preaching at the First Pres byterian church this evenlrg at 7:30. Good music Everybody is invited. Trains on the Ohio Southern are again running over- the bridge near Bainbridge, which was damaged a tew days ago by the high water. Mr. Had. Thomas, formerly- of Springfield but now a wealthy cattle owner in southern Colorado, is visiting hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Thomas, of South Factory street. On an examination ot the body of Bob Maxwell, the express agent shot near Jack eon, it was found that 83 balls had penetrated the body, Iwth bar. :1s of the shot-gun being discharged. The aged mother of R. M. Gano, the pho tographer, died yesterday in her 84th year. Funeral services to-morrow afternoon at two o'clock, at ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 8 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic U-IIK HVlHNnFIEL.l GX,OKE. 1 Vol jmo IV. Number UZ. f SPEIN"GFIELD, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, JAjSTTARY 8, 1885 ITUE8PUINOPIELT) KEPOBIilC I Volume X.XJC. Knmbor aOH. OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Clearing fair weather; slightly colder in west portion; slight rise followed by falling temperature in east portion. By the way, onr store is open evenings un til 8 o'clo:k fire days in a wetk. Goods are returnable bonglit any time, so long as they are not soiled, cash refunded or exchanges made as you desire, misrepresenta tions never allowed and the marked price our inrariable price. From our unparalleled advantages in the CIothiDg business, of course our prices bare always been at the bottom. But we are now selling lower than erei before. Why? We have led you to expect low prices" We are selling a great many things lower than we need, simply to keep up t your expectations. We've gt to sell tome things ridicnously low, some we can't sell lower t...

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. — 8 January 1885

GLOBE BEPUBLIO. THTJB3PAY EVENING, JAMUABT 8, 186 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BT KUTOEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. OLOBC-REPUBLICBUILOINC, WESTHIQH9T. Cer. Walnut Alley. TERM8I Diljr edition, psrjsar, Daily edition, pr mmV, $7.50 Ucenta, Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Isiued Every Thursday Mormng. One DoijIiA a teai. AD communications should b addressed ti KINNEY NICHOLS k CO, Springfield, Ohio. TUU11SHA Y EVKSlSd, JAX. a. GOVERNOR'S MUSSAUK. The Rett of It. There arc'ti few other things swashing round in the flood of words called the governor's message that some of our read ers may possibly be obliged to us for fish ing out end bringing to shore. There were twenty-six fatal accidents in Ohio mining operations during the jear, and further precautions are suggested. Inspection of stationary boilers and li censing of engineers by law are urged. No explosion of oil inspected in Ohio (by our Balentine) has been reported. The governor employed the mil...

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. — 8 January 1885

OULOBB EEFEJBIIO. THtTRSDAT 'ETTBKTSfO.VAJTOABT, 1835 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dallr Edition. IMibl H BATUMI HKfOUX CO! THIS LOCALITY. A3 K1C.JEDID BT J. D1C1T, KXfKKULY rOK THS LOI-KIPUBUC. Jeacary 7, l8r H eatber Fair? Fair. Fair. 1-alr. Fair. 6 3D a. u 10 So a. to .. iSCp. ui . SO p. m.. 10.30 p. m Mn temperature 31 atwv sero. Temperature ol nns due In 18M, 4 abote. Teiaperature ol UU in 1, 37 above. reinperatureol aarne i'iU In Its 2, It alKiT CITY MATTERS. Mr. F. K D. McGinley, ot L fay ette, Ind., If registered at tbe LagoncH House. The Uountv Commissioners are in session to-Jay, considering some bridge ana other matter August Gebauer brings suit to recover money jiaiJ into tbe county treasury under the Scott law. John Myers and II. L. Rockfield filed peti tions in court to recover money paid into the county treasury under the Scott law. Mrs." J. F. Kussell, ol South Limestone street, has returned home, alter spending the holidays with her parents at Canton, O. The Police Committee of ...

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. — 8 January 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAYf BVEOTNG, JANUARY 8, 188H CITY MATTERS. Major Constantine is in Columbus to-day. Mr. John Cohan went morning. to Columbus this Mr. John A. Brown, ofW'ashieton, Kan gas, is visiting his brother, J. J. Brown, South Plum street. Norman k Hamilton's Tariety troupe, from Boston, transferred here to-day, going down the Ohio Southern. Mr. Arthur Stein, a prominent young lawyer of Cincinnati, and a former resident ol this city, is at the Arcade. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin " L. Barrett, Mrs. J. C. Lyon and son, Harry Lyon, leave to-morrow tor New Orleans Tia the Bee Line. Mr. George Bacon, formerly with Ad. Bukhaus 4 Co, but now engaged in the drug business in Clintan, Iowa, is Tisiting friends in the city. Mr. James Johnson, sen, the new Post master, received his commission at noon to day, and will take possession of the office Saturday or Monday next. If you want to laugh as you never laughed before go to the Howard Atbenium matinee next Saturday afternoon at 2:20. The ad ...

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. — 9 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic TI1K H'MVUVttlTIEIO GJ-OIIJ3, I Vol j mo IV- Nximbor llt. I SPRMGFIEIZ), OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1885 JTHE 8PIHNOPIEL1D BErCBLIC I Volume ZZX. Number 3UU. OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Clearing weather; slightly colder in west portion; slight rise followed by falling temperature in east portion. THINK OF THE All Wool Snlts gfllnp Tor the liair-$!, the Uirc-qnartera $12, the Mripcd I'autaat $1 the Agcnoria Jean Pants at 50c, and so on. THINK OF THE Melton Otcrcoats, our make, makes $(, the line All Wool Mack Heavers $10, the Youths' Storm King $5, the hand some new brown Meltons $11, another grade $14, the Diagonal Worsteds $10, the Matronal Cotton Worsteds $S, and so on. THINK OF THE Fine Press Suits to he found here $12, $15, $1$, $20. The Double Breasted Hliie Diagonal Cassimere Suits $15. The .Wat Mack and White Small Check Cassimere Suits $14. The Millers gray extra line $15, and so on. THINK OF THE Children's Fine Otcrcoa...

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 January 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENING, JANT7AT.Y 0, 1885 l-fe. i "i. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AXD WEEKLY, PUBLISHED BT KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. ttLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH 3T. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKIUISi Da'ly edition, per year, Dally edition, par ), - $7.50 15 cuts. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, - 0::h DoltjA a yEAi. AH communications should be addressed te KINNEY NIChOLS 4. CO, Springfield, Ohio. tRiDA r t:rESiso,JAX.9. Yes, Iloaillj's message was too long by about a jard. Omit that yard. The Enquirer yesterday had booms for both Kennedy and Nash as Republican candidates for governor. The Enquirer is a Greek bringing rHu. The indications are favorable for the passage of the Reagan interstate-commerce bill through the house. Rut indications on any kind of railroad bill are mighty un certain bases of prophecy. Chief-Justice Waite has been over worked, and must take a rest. Do not overwork him in the newspapers. He will come u...

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 January 1885

GJLQBE EEPTJCUO. FRIDAY WTWEm, AUrt?AT 9, 1885 jjm. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. PilT Edition. ii.ULl tt HATH Kit it U rUU T TOKTUlStMCAUTT, iS mKMElXD BT J. DIDST, KXPRK35LT rOB THK HLUfck-HKPDBUC. Jaaaary . i; IW W iu 1 Wether 6.S0 a. tu. 32 S W Fair 10:30 a. m 40 9 W Fair 2:30 p. m i 4 S Cliu :5Up.u MJ S Clear in-Sp. m 42 8 Clear If4u u.i.TautF cl abov xero. Teniratur ol cauedatsln lift 41 above. Tmjrlure of w Ut In IkS 21 abore. leuiiwraiureol tame dat la ISSi.52 alniia CITY MATTERS. Mr. V. D. Carnaban, of the Arcade. Cincinnati, is at Will 1. Urr, Ik-"!-, ot Xeuiit, ula th city on legal business last veninij. Mill Lottie McLaughlin, ot Westvill", is vuiusg; Miu Stover, of South Factory street. Mr. George C Toltnan, traveling excursion ajeut of the I. B. & W., ii at the Lagonda House. The prisoners in the jail organ the New Year under Sheriff Maker, and the regulation diet of two meals per daj. Mr. W. H. Great, agent ot the Champion Machine Co, at Shelbyville, Indiana, is reg istered at ...

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 January 1885

fct EHi'w.'jTr GLGBE EEPUBLIO. FRIDAY VENTfSr, JAlTOARlr 9 1885 "ny ROUSE AND PARSONS: CHAS. LUDLOW. CITY MATTERS. Mr. W. H. Longhead, or Xenia, is at the Arcade. Mr. ltob Houston wrus in South Charleston yesteriHy. Wheat is slowly crawling up to a dollar in Xew York. Mr. XI. A. Havwrard arrived from Kansas City Thursday. Mr. W. H. Uowe, of the South Charleston Sentinel, is in town to-day. Mr. Jonas For, of Richmond, Indiana, is the guest of Mr. M. Regenstein. Mr. Chas. E. Winters's two children, Charlie and Mable, are very low with scarlet fever. XIr. Iaaic Morris is visiting his parents in lSaltimorc, and will be gone about four weeks. Floridi oranges that have been received here this season hive an unusual! fine flavor. Mr. G. II. Baker, ot Yellow Springs, was in the city to-day, the guest of his friend XIr. Robert Richter. The present open weather is doing no harm to the wheat, as the frost is not sufficiently severe to affect it. Such work as is done on our business streets Fri...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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