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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 18 February 1885

PRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC s, TII32 SrilINCPIEIil GT.OTJ13, I Volumo IV. Number 211.1. f SPKEN"GFIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENTING, F-EBRTIAJiY 1, 1885. (THE HPKINOPIELD UEPUBTilC I Volume XXJC. Number 333. OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. ImlicattoiiM. Washington-, Feb. 18. Tennessee and Ohio Valley: Local snows followed by . 'IZrXiMrs. Minsiter Lowell Dying, but nearly stationary it mprratuie ia Ohio Val- If Itsnprelly -ond suitor better, a fine orcrctut or hot, tln-ro's no place 80 every war ai-cnmiuoUtinr. The least, or Hie most for the money. The sarin- to all. TVhy do we carry snch enormous tocJs, so many kinds, Midi a tnriety or distinct patterns, at such a range of prices J Why do our garments take the pref erence when subjected .to comparison tests I ThinV. Quite large broken Flaitls, eje picas ers. Tew Suits left, $12. In the past these Suits were 20. We pass the !) all Wool Suits, and speak in accordance Mith the weather of Heavy Overcoats at extremely light prices, some 5, tome SVsoi...

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. — 18 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC, WEDjSDA EVENING, FEBRTJAHY II 18SB. l?Vtr. rmnt&r. JKSEr,' '-S5C SLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ANNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PMOPRICTORS. LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILOINS, WEST HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Alter. TERMS tdljr dltion, par year, Jelly edition, par weak, - - $7.50 15 cent. Weekly Globe-Republic AMMOTH DOUBLE SNEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHH DOI1I1AI? A yEAI. AH cemmtinlctueiii should be addressed ta KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, priaafUM, Oh Ik, The cabinet-makers of the presa admit that they are all at sea. They find they will have to wait to see. See? Concifs -man-elect John Little is the latest candidate mentioned to lead the Republicans In the coming cubernatorial fiV'ht in Ohio. The 7,038 majority he received in the Kightb district is an indication ot hii popularity at home. Philadelphia Press. This paragraph is copied into home pa pers as judicious advertising. But when it is considered that James G. Iilaine re ceived 9,244 majority in the same Eigh...

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. — 18 February 1885

GLOBE BEPUBLIO. WEDNESDAY EvTSNTNG, FEBRUARY 18 1886. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Xudltlou. ItJitl.t T ICATSl ta ICCfOttT r THIS LOCALITt, AS KICUtDXD BT J. OMIT, EirKS3LT rocTOESLOIC-KErOBUC. February 17. iS3 U.. Wikd WMiaef. t JO . m- Z 6'-0 E Fair it-SO a. m iJ Fair 2M0 p. m -- 17 8 Cloudy t-aip. m , 9 jG Snowing 10:80 p. t . ... S KE Snowing Mwu uiu.eralur 7 abort sera, leiuprrature el aauie dale In ISM ! above. Teuiiierature o( earns 1 .U lu is 22 above. Iuiperlur ol saute date ta lsi'1, 37 abeve aero. Amount olano fall 6H Inchee, snowwater 0.25. CITY MATTERS. The Midget! at the risk to-night will draw a bi huuse. Mr. R. M. ration, city yesterday. ot Dayten, was ia tbe Mr. Harry Van Sickle saya it's "one of the finest." A girl arrived at his house but night. Jobn H. Thomas, of this city, bas just been granted letters patent on an apparatus far bending metal bars. One week from tonight the Republican City Convention will be held in Mock's Opera House, preceded by the Springfield Towns...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 18 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY iJYENQfO, FEBHUBY 18, 1885 &tegUm'fli'. U." l,jlliij'Ms-'1ysjl.f JUJ ?&& CITY .MATTERS. TUT. JIAllSll It 311 ST GtK Judxe Ltltlrt'a Mil liiae the, gcnate and Ilrcomcs a faw. A special to thr GtoBE-UsrcaUCtbisa'ter- noon lrom Colurabjs ttatri tint the tail to abolish tbe office of marthal in Sprinjflcld km reported on by (tie commutes aad w pas;ed. This settles the matter. Jadge Dial is lying rerj ill at bis resldento. Mr. J. 15. Vctrkami' the Arcade. of Cincinnati, b at There were four arrests leal night, drunkenness ami d's iMeriy conduct. !1 for Mrs. Joe .Nickuai Uu to tar tecoTered as to be able tj I)- rtuovei u. tb- twiOcer u" Mr. Dan Xickura oo Center street. Mr. Frank C. Scr.renrr a boot in the ciij introducic; to our phretciaas Dr HothacerV adaptation of Htnrke's 5urjjical AaaUunj. AadjGeiera saloon, on Hast Mom street. w3 found open about bolt-past ten o'clock last night by officers Basj and Caldwell, and an affidarit was filed against h...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 19 February 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic SPBENGFIKLD, OHIO, THTJRSJ3AY EVENING, FEJittimilr 19, 1885. JTIIE 8PRINOPIEL7) IlEI'UItT.IC Volume 3CJEX. Number U34. Volume IV. Numoor 3.4,. 1 OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Indication. Wasuinotox, Feb. 10. Tennessee anil Ohio Valley: Fair weather, variable wind?, generally westerly in Ohio Valley, from north to east. PIX LEY & Ci (1 N MANUFACTURERS -AND- -AT 25 & 27 W. MAIN ST. SPRINGFIELD, 0. WARDER & BARNETT. Jfotloc to Ilrcnil Eatcni I Owing to the long cold spell, oar mill has been frozen up, conseiucotly most of the grocers have completely rnn out of "OOLDEN FLEECE." Many families, to their regret, were compelled to purchase the cheap and Inferior flours that flood this market, under the name of Holler," -Hungarian Froce-a," etc We are again running night and day, and Lore to he able to place in the hands of all grocers and dealers " ;. ft.V J'l.KHCIs " at former prices: ir Barrel In sacks or wood. One-Fourth sack (19 lbs.)-. J5.80 1.15 One-Eight...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 19 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10 188B. SLOBE-REBDBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. SLOBEREPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Car. Walnut AHajr. TEBMIt JaJIy tdlfloa, per jr, ally aditai, par wttk, - $7.50 ISctnti. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOIiLAI? A EA. AS comraualcat'oni thsuld bs addrttnd tt KINNEY NICHOLS t CO, ariagflsla', Okie. KOT1CK TO KASTE11N ABVMtTlSKBS. Ma. 11. C. Srrnia, 5 rk Eow, New York, U the at.oBi-RarCBi.rc's special representative, to whom all Eastern adsertlslna; business, ol what ever nature, must be referred. TB VRSDA T EVEX1XO, FEB. 19. REPUBLICAN DBLEBATE ELBCTIOX AND COX- rxxnoxs. To the Be publican Electors of the City of Sprint field and Springfield Toawihip. You are hereby notified tht meeting! 'will be held In each of tht Toting-precincta of the city of Springfield and Sprlugfield town ship on Tuesday, February 84, 1885, for the selection cf delegate...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 19 February 1885

Tmmi GLOBE EEPUBLIO. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. liully addition. uj.it n r t tttt-R net out Jlini LCOAUTr. .IS KKCURDKD BT 3. DBOST, UrBCIT KOKIHEBLOHK-KKPUBLIC. February 18. it&5 1 t?iiid vtwAlher. 6 JO a. m 4-0 N YY Fair lOSOe tn H SV Fir 2 JO p. in. . U , VV Fir C 30 p. in . r V l"lr in Slip to ,--o h Hear sleau le ui-Atur .V abjre S.TO. leiuperatui ot sauie dt. in IM4 44 afore. Temperature ol llmf JilflatM. 23-abate tfuiperature 01 tame dt lu l , 40 aboce aero Temperature at 0 4) this a. m 10 below rero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. KorJ Wood, of Inlianopoli;,is register ed at the Arcade Mr. F. I'edietti, of Cincinnati, is registered at th; Ligondi House. Sir. George W. Lilh.ot HoAin is at the Lugondt House. DakoLi, Mr. C. C. O'Havle, of the Indianopoli, is at the Arcade. i n. a w Mr. J. T. Allen, traehng freight agent of the I. l. .t W., is stopping at the Arcade. Regular muster tonijht ot Mitchdl Post No. 43, G. A. U., at 7:30 o'clock, for busi ness. Misses E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 19 February 1885

OtO-Bti RMnrBLtC. TIUSUAV EVE3SmG,titttTAliY it), isaB CITY; MATTERS. Jliss Ceoripic Hnben, of lSell fcmtaine, is visiting friends io Sp:inpfielil. Thcie will be a regular meeting of the V. U. C. st (5. A. It. Kail tomorrow, Friday, el 3 p. m. This is by order of the president. The venerable Mrs. Darlinp, mother ol Mrs. William Grtnt, is now ljinp very low and it is not expected that she will live. She is in in her 97th year. The state labor convention at Columbu? yesterday passed a resolution demanding of the povernor that he does not re-appoint John T. Xorris railroad policeman. The remaining stock, lease of store rcom, etc, of the late hardware firm of Brown .t McCord, has been sold to V. W. Diahl, who will continue the business at the same stand for the present. About one o'clock this alternoou a son of George Starliman was driving down Cen'er street in a sleiph, when the horse be came frightened at some bovs snow-balling-, and ran ofT. At the corner of Mulberry street, the slei...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 20 February 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic 'I'll 12 tl'HlriEL.I Voluiisu V. ?itiiiilo Gi.oni:, i SPHLNGFIELD, 0LL10, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 1885. I THE 8PU1NOFIELD REPUlUaC I Volume JCJaVXI. Number 33. 71. I OWEN, PIXLEY ct CO. Imllrritloim. Washington, Feb 20. Tennessee and Obio Valley Fair weather, north to we-t winds, becouiinir tariaUe. nearly stationary, followed in Ohio Valley by flight rise ot temperature U NO -THE- NUMBERS S33E3 TODAY. The six, five and four year olds. The seven, eight and ten year olds, may be comfor tably dressed with an outlay of $2, with an expenditure of $3. We've also a loaded table for men. Every suit a bar gain. $12.00 PER SUIT. We've a corner for youths. $5, $7, $8 per suit. OVERCOATS FOR ALL Little, big and overgrown, of all sizes and stag ;s. Prices Knocked Silly, To Close winter weights. If its Pants today, or Pants to-rcorrow, you can ill afford to pass the Manufacturers, OWEN, PIXLEY & CO., SPRINGFIELD'S ONLY ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS. WARDER &. BARNE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 20 February 1885

of SL0BE;KEPUBEI0. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED Y ONN1Y, HICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. lUJBE-REPUBUC UILDIHO, WEST HIQH 8T. Car. Walnut All?. TEira Wlj edition, per jatr, Mj adltian, per was. $7.50 ttcsnts. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, OKB DOliIiA A yEAI?. AS commualcifioni should b addreswd to KIMEY NICHOLS CO, sriajn.U, Okie. NOTICE TO EASTMl ADTEKTISEKS. Mb. IL C. 8tdm, rrk Bow, New York, la tke GioBi-RaruBiJc's special repreaentatlTe, to whom all Eastern advertising business, mut be referred. ... FRIDAY EYES1SO, FEB. 20. REPUBLICAN ItMLEBATE KLMOXlOlf AUD CO.Y TKXTIOSH. To the He publican Eleators of the Citj of Spring field and Spring Seld Township. You are hereby notified that mcetiigf will be held In each of the roting-preclncts of the city of Springfield and SpriLgfield town ship on Tuesday, Fetfroary I, 1S83, for the selection ol delegates to attend cer tain conventions to V held on Wadneeday, February B, 1883, at Black's Oper...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 20 February 1885

GLOBE EEPUBLIO.:i?BIDA'Y EVENING FEBETrAIlY 20 188B. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xiilly H-Ulltloii. I IIMIIWI r.A i ti t.jtt rtlTUiatWiUTI, AS KEIOKDKD bi J. dsubt, nrnain fos rat LoiE.KirCBUr. February 19. ist 6 JO a. u. it. SOs. m 2 p. oi S0p. in ir Wo. - ttudf tvtfior. S W N W W W Clear lair Fair at Ufir ' U.uriur 1 tbn teiv. Ieu.perture cluuielilrmlM 51 nbure. Tempeiature ol sam t tr tu i-3 3.1" ati'ive. i. i pi.tur o! um date In 1S , 55 l.e trn. Temperature at fi.Jj tins a. m. 16 below zero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. L. A. Kinney, of Cleveland, tered at the Arcade. regis- Mr. S. Obeinaver, of Ciucinnali, tered at the londa House. regts- The Joe Murphy Company was divided be tween the Arcade nnd the I.agonJa. Mr. Charles 11. Castle, of Cincinnati, is in the city, the guest of his Iriend, Dr. Hall, at the Arcade. lion. W. S. Furay, o! Columbus, is at the Lagonda Houe. He is here repairing his lences for the gubernatorial campaign. We. learn that II r. B. II. Warder has pur chased another lot in 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. — 20 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20, 188B CITY MATTERS. 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 wili 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 MIItnON,- IIIKTII1 AM TIIK i)i:ui: vn ios or tiii: m ium'.tn -MOM"UlNr. Saturday':" (tomorrow -renitie) Giobb. P.KprBLlc vt ill contain the jiroceedings attend ine the dedication ot the Washington Monu ment, together wth the umjjnificrnt oration of Hon. Uobrt C. Wintbrop. As wf pub lish this oration in silranc? of other journals, our tomorrow eveninp's issue w ill be of un usual intact, anil then; will be an unuuil demand for the paper. Newsboys should tale n...

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. — 21 February 1885

i Springfield Globe -Republic THE 8PUINGPIEL.I OTOIJE, Volume "V. Numtoer SO. SPBENGFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21, 1885. (THE SPBINOFIEIiD BEPUIlTilC 1 Volume 2UUCI. Number 3 1. OWEN, PIXLEY dL CO. lutlfcMfons. Washington, Feb. 21. Tennessee and Ohio Valley: Increasing cloudiness, fol lowed by local snow;, rising temperature, falling barometer, rariaUe winds, g nerally nortbeastly in Tennessee. A CHANGE -or- 49 DEGREES By the donning of Un derwear and Overwear from overthere at QWEWY&GO'S 29 & 27 WEST MAIN ST. The only house in Springfield retailing their own manufac tured clothing at WHOLESALE PRICES. 60 SUITS. Your attention is called to a stack of Men's all Wool Sack Suits to be seen on bargain tables today at $12 PER SUIT. Also our window of Boy's Knee Pant Suits in two qualities. $2 AND $3. 0WEN5PIXLEY&C0., Springfielo's Only One Price Clothiers and Furnishers. II ss vs. Snakes. Attain Schanlt lives on Kelly's island. He is a rare olil German with a swe...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 21 February 1885

GLOBE REFtrBLTO. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBBUABY 21 188B. sr 3L0BE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY aNNlY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 3L0BEP.EPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WEST HIQH ST. Cer. Walnut Allay. TESM8 5ily iltlon.ptrjur, Jally edition, par week, $7.50 1 cants. Weekly Globe-Republic. NMtMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued "Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOULiA A TEAI?. M communications should be addnssed tt KINNEY NICHOLS 4. CO, prlagflald, Ohia. NOTICE TO KASTKKW AltTKBTISKKS. Me. U C SaxDKa, a rark Kow, New York, Is the Gubi-Befcslk,'s special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising 'bnslnaas, must b referred. SATURDAY BTKX1XO, FEB 21. REPUBLICAN ltrLEQATE ALUCTIOX AND COX VKXTIOXS. To tbe Ft publican Electors of the City of Spring field and Springfield Township. Tou are hereby notified that meeting! will be held In each of the voting-precincts of the city ol Springfield and ripritgfield town ship on Tuesday, February 24, 1883, for the (election of delegate to attend cer tain conv...

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. — 21 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21 1888. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. 2lly Edition. UJlll H JS.41 HUM KBl OCT FMTH13LOC1UTT. AS aiCOSDID BT J. DEUXT, KXPBICSSLY TOR THE etOaB-KETCBLIC February 20, i5. 6 JO a. tu ..... ic-Via. m . 3:0 p. in - -80p. m in 'Sinn, nud 16-0, N W W w sw Clear Clfir Clear Clear 6 8-0 MeiQ teuiperaturv 4.4 below aero. Imperatur ci ssui ut In 1M4 24 above. Temperature ot earn t te tu 1c 35 above, temperature ol eame data In IW. 46 abeve aero. Look out (or warm father next Monday and Tuesday. CITY MATTERS. II r. K. A. Kis-hWk, of Indianapolis, is at the Arcade. Mr. R. B. Lovejoy and wile, ot Itellaire, axe at the Arcade. Mr. Bart Whittaker, of Cincinnati, is regis tered at the Arcade. Mrs. Illip, of Carey, O., mother ot Mrs. Rev A. E. Wagner, is in the city. Hon. John F. Locke, of Londoi, is in the city, stopping at the Lagonda House. Mr. W. C. Uineareons, oi Dayton, connected with the Panhandle, is at the Arcade. Mr. George C. Tolrcan, traTeling excursion gent ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 21 February 1885

&LOBE REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 21, 1886 SfJF CI. A STREET SENSATION Ale. M. l'.lilErllt "! of IiikaullJ, shoot ltlm-n-ir, l'rubnbljr I atalljr. In Front of lll.trk' Opens llousr, at Noon. A bloody tragedy was enacted shortly after 1 o'cloxk this allernoon, in the lull light of day, at a ioint on the public streets where the crowds aie densest cf a rdiasint Saturday atthathcur. While pissing along with the throne a mil-known citizen named Alrx. W. Padgett suidenlr balled, on the Main street crossing at lllack's Optra Houe corner, drew a pistol and placing it to bis head pulled the trigger and fired a bullet into his mouth. Throwing up his hands he fcil forward, partly upon one side, the blooi gu-h-ing lrotn his raoulh and making a large pool upon the pavement. The crack ol the pslol and sight of the man falling brought people by the dozen from all direc tions, crowding around the prostrate form of the apparently dying man. Officer Hughes happened to be near at hand an...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 22 February 1885

y Sunday Globe -Republic TUB HPUINGFIULT) OX.ORE, Volume IV. ITumbor lOSJ. SlETGFJEIZ), OH 0, SUNDAY MDKNING, FEBRUARY 22. 1885 TIJ-E 8PBINGPIEL7) IIEPD1JL.IC Volume JLJLX.. Numbur U(U, as OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Indications. WAsai.iaros, Feb. 21. Tennessee and Ohio Valley: Increasing cloudineas, lol owed by local snow?, ruing temperature, falling barometer, variable winds, generally northeastly in Tennessee. THINE! It will le a long lime belore you will buy fine Clothing, Furnishirg gool) or Hats to better advantage. Il might pay you to anticipate fu'.nie wants aad supply yonrseli at the present 1 jw prices. They ue low. Von know, we kniw, every body kaowi. Whet yu bare display d be lore yoar eyes suits far $12.90 that but a few mealhi previous we:e held at $20 00, what i yon think? Oar stock! are Tall of jatt this kind of bar gains. The weather and the times causes fnqneut changes of price. Its oar bitter and your sweet. Too cola' lor Spring aid too late tor Wiator. "Between hay and 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. — 22 February 1885

THE GLOBE BEFUBIIO. SXTKDAY MOKNIPrG, FEBRTJAEY 22 188B. THE NEW DISCOVERY BY WHICH MANKIND SHALL BE EMAN CIPATED FROM "NERVES." Fiber of One Clan of Jferres Grafted Upon Those of Another Clans Ter rible rains Clianged Into llurmle Sensations. IPeroit Free Tress It was not Socrates who said "perfect hap. plnoss is impossible because man has nerves;" but the remark might have been inado with entire truth by the great discoverer of hem lock as an antidote for a scolding wifa For it is to the nerves chiefly that mankind, and especially womankind, owes the major por tion of its sufferings Tbo amount of misery occasionel by mere nervousness, so calloJ, is very great; and when we add these to the special pangs for which separate and indi vidual branches of the nervous syst m are directly resjxwisible, the sum total becomes simply incalculable. If it were not for his meddlesome nerves man could bump hi head or pinch his fingers, or even have his corns trodden on without any serious annoy a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 22 February 1885

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MOHNDTO, FEBRUARY 22 1885 TliE REST MAN. tlnJon WorU J Let nvi introduce you to two man. First, to oil I3nl Arthur Lanton; a well-to-do, fashionable, dutiable, bien soigne bachelor Somewhat old-fashioned; he called voll'W "yallar." and always dropped his Una. g's when talking of rcadiu' ordinin' oat He wore a blue spotto 1 cravat, a buff waistcoat, a geranium in his buttonhole, and a gold-mounted eyeglass, which he held to, tut never stuck hi, hi loft eye. At tha time of w hich I write he wa3 J and a-balf, (jiuty, crackly as to voice, and ratlier nllected in manner. He had vecued rOMIJeni.Iy about the tinia of the Crimean war, nikl now he played piquet and be longed l. . .ill the clubi that are called after the runit. of the defunct coffee-housa keejsVS. He ii od in Flat A. Regency mansions, Yictuiia street; and his rooms, decorated with "Id prints, were filled with baths and jiipeN an i tubes for carrying up mist chick ens lusi.lo the walls, and tmngs for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 22 February 1885

FHE GLOBE KEPITBLIO. SUNDAY OBIS IN Q, FEBRUARY 22, lb5--EIGHT PAG5S. 'LOBE-REPUBLIC Wished Every Sunday Morning t f!BF-REFDBLlC BU1LDIHE, VTEST HIGH ST. I'tvo Dollt.rs rcr "Vciar, Klvo Oonlw lur Coiy. .vrred ly Corner to Any Part of the City etrM all Coiutuunlratlnnt to the NITXDAV ULOBE-KErUBLIC, Springfield, O. r j . i - rKn. ., ix.v.t. i "I h .' i I'THISUV1IJTV. AS HWiMO BT J. D1CI1, KXPEKMIT won THE NLORE-ltErCBLlC. Febraarr 20. .1& I J -thor. 6 .so a. u... 16-0 N W I Of ar i 0 a. in . 0 tV I Clar i HO p. " ' W I Cler ir ' W I Clear ' -fr. - E-0 3 W I Pear r aaa. same date Id IK4 2i above. Temperature ol i-ml telnlf S5ab-T. -raner.tnr-" ol aaiaf lo ln, 46 abara aero. Look out for warm rather next Monday and Tuesday. The war in the Soudan most go on, and British taxpayers mast sweat for it A proposition is already on the tapis for in creasing the income tax to eightpence for two jears, which will realize (or W3r ex penditures 8,000,000, or $40,000,000. Mr. Arthur, it is repo...

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