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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 22 February 1885

! THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRTJART 22 J 885. EIGHT RAGES. RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. WALKS AM TALKS AHOVT Tag CUT. A tuckj I'lijdrlBn An Extensive Coloni zation Scheme Whereuboum oC prlne llelil. Old llnse Hall l'lujera I'olltlcal, Social, Muolcnl anil Uenernl 'ot. Which ol Dr. J. T. McLaugulin'g friends woul.l have cuessed that lie is the possefSjr of mechanical geuius ot a high Older, and was destined to succeed ia making a series of inventions in the mechanism ot the sewiDg machine, ot great value? Yet snch is the cse. Some years a(ro the Doctor conceired the idea ot a number ul important improvements on tht sewing machine, as at present constructed. Working at bit ideas from time to time, be was so convinced ot the valu- of the improve ment., that be enlisted the- serices ot feteral skilled mechanics to put his ideas into execu tion. Models were constructed, and the in ventions were found to work as well in prac tice as in theory. Applications for about twelre patents on ...

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. — 22 February 1885

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22 1885. DARK DAYS. ItTirVUll COX WAT. Author of "Called Bade." CIIiniB VIII COXTINCED. FLIGHT. 1 read tho woman's letter strain and again read it with feelings in which joyand dis gust wore strangely mingled; but the. form er was the predominant sensation. In the first place, if Mm. Wilson kept her rromlse of secrecy, it seemed to ine that all dancer of suspicion falling upon Philippa was re moved. There would he no one else to make known the fact, that upon the night of Sir M 'rvyn's death a wronged, distracted wo man left her home a woman whose life's happiness had been clouded by the villain's treacherous act a woman of strong pas sions, who In her temporary delirium might easily be turned to take such vengeance for which 1, at least, held her quite unaccount able. If 1 could but feel Mire of the silence of the one person whom 1 dreaded, we might even return to Jjondon, and fear nothing. I w avered. After all there Is something con te...

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. — 22 February 1885

THE GLOBE KEPUBLTO. SUNDAY AIORNIN'G, FEBRUARY 221885 HIS SOX'S WIFE. When, after a prolonged resistance on the part of the rate-payers, the school board at length iuvaded the the suburb of Abney, N. V., and erected schools superior in every re spect to those already existing in the parish, there was no one whom the change affected more than it did old Keuben Simrnnv. the master of the Free College for Boys. 1IU pupils had never likoi him much, and now they dropped off one bv ouo till the mibit tered and sorely-mortified man w.i com pelled to resign hn it. Fortunately he had tavod enough to live on; and so. having no nee! to go in search of f reh empl' iy ment, he was able to devote the best part of his time to tho studies in which he bad formerly delighted. He ai now" a man of near T". with broaJ, though rounded shoulders, an 1 a face that would nowhere pass unnoticed. Deep fur row, scored his forehead an I bracketo 1 his firmly clostM mouth; spare w hite hair was brushed unevenly ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 22 February 1885

s THE QJJOBE EEPUBUO. SUNDAY IOB2OTG1 FEBRUARY 22 1885. EIGHT PAGES v LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. fiAriirKt.it r r.i.on -itfri m ic KEVOHTt n. An Amuliic Kiiiiavtns, In nllch one lloriiff Complete! IHutMLhrN tto hlelcliH-CIinrlt h II. Itcrrj-, tin reiifclmi Ace-nt. Ar(ulltfil mift Uetiirim to prlii2 llela Idle reMlnc IUmiis from li;;niHl:i Case lu Court. Tbe most amusing runaway tlat hes Ul.en place for some time happened jes'erda) alter dooii. It 13 well know a .bat Rindoliih Cole man. E q is a p-mt lover ot fiirv siecdj and that he owns a fit.c fire year ol 1 tint doe-u't often vrn.it anj other lurc to pa's lum Yesterday atternoon Mr. Coleman hid theaui mal Li'chttl to a "Kuli anil was soon ciijovinj: the brautitul fnu Carnirs nest on nigh street Mr. Colemin decided to turn down Foster elrtet to Main, but the horse wouldn't hare it this way, and when the rein wa drawn the animal turned la the op posite diiecnon vi ry suddenly. Thu move ment had the cOVct ot overturning the sleiph and thro...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 23 February 1885

Springfield Globe- Republic , j TUB Kl'UI'GFIEL.I OTOHE, I Vnlunio V. Number 1. I SPRINGFIELD, OmO, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 1885. ITHE HPniNOFlID HEPUIITJC I "Volume 2CXJE.X. Number as. OWEN, PIXLEY A CO. ImllCHlionff. Washington, Feb. 23. Tennessee anil Ohio Valley: Fair weathtr, followed by local rains or light snows, winds generally from northeast and southeast, lower barome ter, lieht tic in temrcrnture. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN MEN'S FINE ALL WOOL SUITS AT $12? 5 T5! WEST ENTRANCE BARGAIN TABLES. 0WEN,PIMY&C0., 25 & 27 West Main Street, Springfield's Only One Price Clothiers. Mr. Oiir.li as a Story Header. Mr. Colfax was an omnivorous reader of novels ami stories. Good, bail, and indifferent, he read them all. "I never read one so worthless, but I found soma good thought in it," he said. This story reading was not confined to books, to the Seaside and Lowell libraries, and to he serials in magazines. Ho rarely picked up a country newspaper that ho lid not turn to the'...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 23 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC, MOBTPAY EVENING, FEBBtfAEY 23 188B. 91 he l SLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 3LOBC-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Ja!ly edition, per year, Jally edition, per week, - $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a Teat?. AD communication should be addressed U KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfield, Ohio. NOTICE TO KAVIEKS AUVEKTIM.KS. Sit II. C S iVt.. tl Tark How, New York, I. the Gtoii-UircBLit's special iepiesentatie, to whom lt Eistera ad senium: business, must Le lefered. M US DAY EVESJSG, FEB 2: REPUBLICAN ltr.LEQATK x.tcriox rr.srioss. Ann cos- To tlie repul '" ' ' ' lue Cl.T of Spiins EtlJ andp. .njtif d lo ' p. You ae he ruv no. finl bat mfet'igs will be bell in eacn oi tbe vo.int-n-ecncts : llie city oi Sp-inj6e!d and SiiritgficM uwn shtp on Tuesday, February 24, 1835, for the stUctiou ol deier.au i to attend cer ttiu conv...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 23 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC). MOKDAY EVENING, FEBBTJABY 23 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully IUon. UJ.lt a HK.tlHtlZ HEtOB.1 THISLOCAUTt. A KXCOr.DIU BT J. DEBET, KXrBKSLt FOE THE WLOlE-KKf CELIC. February 12. .tii ,tii l.. mill Il'-O N W l'l N W 1J N W rlm 2 N W 6 JO a. ui. . It' 0 . m 2S0p. m ... t SO p. is OMt. m Clear Cleir lair lint Clear rfno ugrt.lur S.1 below awo. remperature ct date in 1S'4 31 abure. Temperature ot ami J teiuiril 29'sbire. i.p-iatureot same J In us. so'absie if re. The temperature f the last week has been un usuarly low, but favorable for aleightug. CITY MATTERS. Mis. (.'. C Taylor is vifiiing ia Saaduskv. Hon. Peter Brady, Treasurer ol State, was in the city -sterdav. Mr. 15. S. Heeler, agent of the Gallr Slave Company, is at the Arcade.. Mr. Harry Daniels, ot ISelletoutaine, is in the city, stopping at the Arcade. MUsea Kate Weakly and S. I. Smith, ot New Carlisle, epent Sunday in this city. The Republicans will win if they nominate a good clean, strong ticket Wednesday eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 23 February 1885

bLOBti REPUB1I0. IOvDAY EYENIKG, EiiI.Y 23, 18 ROUSE AND PARSONS. CITY MATTERS. The candidate iroilef and scii c hliI i (a) 'nillin'." A liltle sjn of a Mr M llir. ot No'lli I'Iuoj street, tlir.I jefteiday of it!it fctir. Goad delrjrnteJ will nuke a pojdconren tion, and a coed c ncentioii nill make poid lumicalicns The av in jentmn should m: allow nun filf to lis deceived lj7 smoctli t k neled ell from an oil tonpue. Mrf. C. JI. I.'ikcn, (raitrljr Mi's Fl .rcrce CliiJcstcr, of S.tnciw, .V. Y is ottbnut a ri val in sjrio-cam'c and pathetic elocution. Cfiiccr Wilson singed his fine suUkin oil" while on duty at the lire in the First wnrd Sundaj mcroinp, until it look like a siiall ftulble field. Attention chould be given to the selection o' Town ip Trustees and Constable. W e should secure th beit iru aliGfii men for cmli position to lc filled. The Ixst citizens should be chosen as ck'.c gaUs to Wednesday ctcnine's convenfon at HUcVs Opcia House, without relerencc to tbtir preforence? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 24 February 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THE HVBINGFIEIil GLOBE, Tolumo "V. Numbor Si. SPliPTGFIETA OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24, 1885. ITIIE HPBINOPIELTJ IlEl'OUT.IC J VolumeXXXI. Number 2J. OWEN, PIXLEY t CO. Iuillcation.. AVii.nt.aTox, Feb. 24. Tennessee and Ohio Valley: Kain and snow and generally cloudy weather; easterly wind?, becoming variable; low barometer; slight rise in temperature. LISTEN! All that certain pile of men's all wool suits at $1 and tlio now very complete lino of Men's Gray Melton Overcoats at $5, will be gone this week. Immediate attention is neces sary to secure cither. We doubt if those $2 or $3 Knee Pant Suits can bo matched at a third more. Not many large sizes left. Fresh supply of 50c Scotch Caps expected the last of the week. Many good ones left among the 50c Hat slaughter, and some not so good. You are justly en titcd to choice. A word and a click and you've a new hat. Spring Samples for Custom Suits, Pants and Overcoats ex pected every day. It will pay any...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 24 February 1885

GLOBE BEFUKJO. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24 188B. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. BAUY AKD WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY NNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WEST H1QH ST. Car. Walnut All.y. TERMS! ia!ly edition, ptxytir, - -34lljr ed.tion, per week, $7.50 15 cent. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLtiAI?, A yEAI?. All communications should bt addressed ts KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, prlngrltld, Ohio. J.OTICK TO EAsTEKS AUVKRTISr.KS. Mr. II C Stbkk, 23 Park Kow, New York, la the Giobi-Uepcblic's special reprcentalle, lo whom all Eastern adertisint business, must be referred. TUESDAY EVEStSG, FED 24 REPUBLICAN DELEGATE JLhCTlOS Ayi COX VXXTIOXS. To the republican Klectoraof the City of Spring field and fpiiugfie d Towusuip. You are hereby notilitd that meeticgs will be held In each ot the voting-precincts of ihe city ol Springfield and SpriLgfield town ship on Toesdar, February SI, 18S3, for the selection ot delepales to attend cer tain conve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 24 February 1885

GLOBE BEPTJBLIO. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBHTTAET 24 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. xniiy --.anion. DJLlLl H KATHtlR XBrORT rITH13LOCaUTV. -S KEIXJXDID ET J. DKCXV, -XPXSMLY FOR TMK aLOBOKKrCBUC, February 23, iw5 i.. tn.dl n-i&er. 6 JO a. m. 10-O Calm Qnr It W . iq 19" H I Clear 2.- p. u. 22 iXK Oar SO p. m u' S W Clear If 30 p. m 12 I S W I Liebt hize. Mean le uperalurv Il.l below ro. reuiperatuie el tame date in ISM 2." lUiie. Temperature o! aine I t lu 1M9. 22sbOYe. luiir-ture ol tame title In 1SS". 21 aUte rero. CITY MATTERS. Iter. ffn. Rnnvan, D. D.. of Xenia. vrai in the city jestcr-av. Mr. Walter Ilraiitord, an old SjiriDgfield boy, now milling in Kentucky, is spending a (err days in this city. Mrs. C. M. Lukens, formerly Miss Florence Chidester, of Syracuse, X. Y is without a ri Tal in seriocomic and pathetic elocution. Miss Mamie North, of West Pleasant street, will receive her Iriends on her anniversary occasion, next Thursday evening. Mr. Finley D. Torrence, of Xenia, passed through...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 24 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, PEBRUAEY 24, 1885 I'M CITY MATTERS. Ninth Ward. The Totlng-place for the Xinh ward has been changed from the corner of Light and Main to a place one-half square west, on the corner of the alley. Mr.Rois Mitchell ia in Cincinneti. Mr. Will G. Hall leaves for New Yorlk to morrow on bu-'.ness. Anthony Brown, a Dayton farmer, made an assignment Monday. Ballard, the man conTicted of manslaugh ter, at Xenia, has been sentenced to eighteen years in the penitentiary. Judge Littler'a mixed school bill went over In the House at Columbus, jesterday, until Wednesday of this week. The election of good men as delgates is what should be accomplished by the Republi cans of Springfield tonight. Jadge Littler'i bill providing tor the aboli tion of separate schools for colored children will be considered on Wednesday of next week. The contents of the cash drawer of Abia " Zeller's drug store, at Dayton, 0., were appro priated by a pair of sneak-thieves Saturday evening...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 25 February 1885

Eitsa EAis&H Springfield Globe -Republic 'rim t-im-f i33ii gioue '! titno V. Number n:s. SPKESGFIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1885. ITHE 8FBINOFIELD RE1XJIITJ.IC J Volume X.2.JCI. Number 7. , 5a51i OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. liiflirHtliiim. Washington, Feb. 25. Tennessee and Ohio Valley Light local rains and partly cloudy weather, iiglr variable md; nearly stationar temperature. lit our Te-.tcnl.ijV titration of tlie "rxcel-tor" Indigo Hint' Working Shirts at 7.1c, we neglected to i-peak a word Tor their companions to lie ftiiind on the same tallies. A grade of diet lots at 2."ir arc of little or no ac count. Thcj hate the slape, howeier. At 40c goodtics begins. We make these oursphe. At .10 o make, at 03 and 7.1 wc gather from others whose shirt nianiificliirin:: facilities places the HnMied garments on our tallies at Ics than c cm afford lo mako them fur. Heller at a dollar, Moleskin if ton like, or heaty mixtures at the samp. Imisihle plaids or Wible stripes, jour most...

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. — 25 February 1885

IIH GLOBE REPUBLIC. TTEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25 188B, m 3L0BE-REPUBLIG DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED Br ONN1Y, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Allay. TERMSt Wly edition, per jsar, -OaJljr edition, per mVj $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAKMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE Doiilifil? A yEAi. AH conrmirJcitioiu should be addressed ta KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, 8pringfleld, Ohio. OTICK TO llAsl MIX AllYl.KTIM.lt!. Mr. H C SNVnsi!, -J Pais: Uow, Xti York, is the GLoBK-UtrvitLH's special repreentatiTef to whom all Eastern advertising busine, must be referred. WEDXESDA ' EVESIXG, FEU 25 TONIGHT'S CONYKNTION". The delegates appointed by the Kepub licans of the several wards to the Komi" nating Convention to be held at Black's Opera House tonight now have an oppor tunity to give a strong, vigorous impure to the Republican cause in Ohio, by using the very best material in nominating a city ticket. It was the inten...

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. — 25 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC WEDNESDAY EVTSNHSTG, FEBKUAEY 25 1885. GLOBE -REPUBLIC. liiilly EtUtlon. eiKAi n t-.n Kuruui niTHiaUM-iUTr, s eecordkd bt j. t)cr.r, KXrKKMLY FOX THE OLOHE-KErC-UC. Februa.y St, 5 l'. iLd; nmi. 6 SO . u-.. is i: Hary lt 10 a. ra 11 X i: Light snow i0 p. i..... so N h. !-ii.ing SO p. a ... . jo NK Sno.lng I" S" V - 24 X E Snowin Mean te upT4lurt23bfluw zero, leuiper.tur of uwp u.tc m M4, 31 shore. Temperature of urn i tiu ii 31abne. i uprtrMur o! satne ifsle to isc, 31 atte rero. Amount of snowfall C inches. Amount of snow water o mih "CIT MATTER Mr. I! 0 (uinfat. ot at the Lijrnmla House. l'lvmoutli, Jlass., is Mr. V. M Itlmk, of tuts city, attended the Scottish Rite rr-uniou at Cicciomtti Tues day Mri. Col. Kiur.ey, of Xc nia, is with her husband (who hs been ill several davs) at the Arcade Ilottl. Mr. Julius Stein, of Walla Walla, V. T., Is the cuast of his uncle, John Stein, 188 South lactory street. Mr. Bonny Milner, of the L.;au House, Bellefontaine, formerly cle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 25 February 1885

wwisynii GLOBE REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVEOTKG, FEBRUARY 25, 1885 CITY MATTERS. TLc Ilaki-r anil Fan-on Company rf gislerf d nt'the Ltg inJa House. Cap'.iia A. McDowell anJ daughter, of Xcnis, are rrgistcreii at tbe .Arcade. Mr u Lub.t, ol Ti-iaj, is in the citi, the Eoest of his friend, Jlr. W. M. Hnjncr, at the Ligonda House. Mr. John Wren returned thi3 morning from New .Yotk, where he ha liten lor sumf time, I H' basing spiing good?. 4 min a big 4 band nt St. Paul's M. K. chunh oi Thunlar night, T-.10. Onlr 10 and '' rents to see and hear all. A Tamable red Irish setter was puked up astrm yesterday and is now at the Factory street engine hoti'c nwaitinjr a claimant. Mrs 1 ppley, relict of the aged man whose death was announced about two weeks age, died la-t ercning. The fam.ly residts a short distan wst o( the city. M A Haward his been quite ill tor several days but is now better. He has sold his handsome rcs.dence at Market and Liberty streets to Dr. T. J. Cisper. To be at St. Paul ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 26 February 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THIS lIH" VI 1331. 1 GT..OII33. Volume A'. Sunibor -. f SPBmGFIEIZ), OfflO, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUAKY 2G, 1885. Tius HPiinxfMViiziiy itx:i'UiM.,io I Volume X.X.X.I. Number 2N. OWEN BROTHERS. Imliratloii. YVashixotox, Frb. 26. Tennessee anil Ohio Valley : Light local rains and partly cloudy weather; ligli raiUble uinil?; nearly stationary temperature. BEFORE You decide upon a forty dollar suit to measure, ne want to put in a word. We're learned that eicrjdiing is down, way down, and this is the nay our spring samples are iiurkeil. They came to-day. ItCAUTUlS. Style 325, InvMblc Plaid Mixture, In Sack Suit to measure, $23; s'jlc 309, very neat, black and white check, in Sack Suit, $23, Pants $7.50: stile 326, beautiful broken plaide, inter woTen nith bright colorings, in Sack Salt, $2C, in 4 button cutaway, $27, in pants, ?7.30; style 313, tine black corkscrew worsted, Sn-k Suit, $27, single breasted cntaway, $30, Trincc Albert, $33, pants, $.50: style 314...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 26 February 1885

GLOBE EEPUBLTO. THURSDAY TEiSrmC., FEBHtTAHY 20 1885. SLOBE-REPUBLI0. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. .'LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMBi .Daily edition, pryaar, 9Jlv editicii, ptr Meet, $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a Teaj. All communications thauld be addressed t KINSEY NICHOLS 4. CO, Springfield, Ohio. motick to iiasti:i:n- ai)vi:ktisi:k. Mr. II. C. Sxypkr, i" I"jrk Kow, I.evr York, i the Guek-Ke1'Vi:lu's tfeiial representative, to vrhom all Eastern advei.istng buincs., must be referred. May the Good (man win I "Up boys and at 'cm," once morel The local reign of boodle is at an end. Gladstone seem? to have as much grace as grit. The License proposition is laid out cold in Ohio. Tildcn confines grape dieL himself, mainly, to Now for a clean city administration and clean streets. Julia Ward is telling the women Howe at New Orleans. Hughes goin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 26 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY ErESHfG, FEBRtfAKY 2C 1886. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. JOxUly Edition. t$A j . n r. i h i A ttr. utij rOiTHI- LOrUTY, A EEGOKDstD BT J. tRUBT, KZrK&SSLT POR TUK HLOBE-KEPCBLIC. February ;5. .t&5 I i lu ill ttU)er. s e 'cloudy N h, .rioudy v i.' rs...i.- 23 3." .1? : 31 X E Clou's n ' r N E I Cloudy -V11J ""ltUITI l"ll.,trrU. HTllliIlU4 ci same ite m s4 31" alurr. Temperature o! mi I te : - is b ive i-rUuri' o! satnv ilate In IS , .11' ..tr rcro. Una.!... .............. ft l. l IV. ........ M1HEIEI TO HOIL-SKL Result of the Republican City Convention. A Surely Winning Ticket Honestly Nominated. J.YMIIS I UOUDW1X, For Major on Third llallot, A. X.Snmmers for Solicitor, Win. It. Iluches for Mar shal, I A. Willtnms for Street Commis sioner, lit C. finjnn for Water Works Trustee Town. hip Nominations: Joseph Harrison, .lumps llurortl noil .1. M. Stew art. Trustees; U. llrown ami T..I. .Icii ett, Constnhles; Win. A. Stoat. Justice of the Peace. Old draught, or "check...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 26 February 1885

Israel GLOBE REPUBLIO. THUB9DAYIEVENING, FEBRTJAHY 26, 1888 CITY MATTERS. Mr. D. Q. For, of Carson & Foi, was down to Xenia yestcrJaj- Dr. StaileLaier uffiefj suffered by a leaVinp roof thta moroiD. iltluge L. J. Carter, agent for the lliln dramatic company, is at tbe I.ngonda House. George C. Miln, tlic well known tragedian, will appear as Iago March 4th at the Grand. Mr. J. J. I.rown was recalled to Hillsboro jesterdaj-, by the serious illness of his mother. Mr. Xeil C. Kerr, passenger agent lor the Cincinnati Southern rail road, is at the Arcade today. The Dun ditch case is in hearing before the County Commissioners today, with a large crowd present. Come early and get a good seat so you can both see and bear the dramatists in pathetic and comic elocution. ROUSE AND PARSONS. The twenty-second snow fall of the ceason is making a desperate effort to cover up the muddy slush today. WE DO AND WE DON'T. cJpB fij? lillSSSL1 !h-8 P,Ub,JC- ""l"1 reputations as to quality of goods is ...

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