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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 27 February 1885

RSfts WM2 Springfield Globe -Republic THU HTUINGPIELn GI.OItE, Volnmo "V. Numbor B. , SPKDsTGFIELD, OIELO, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27, 1885. 1 Volume XXXI. Number ail. OWEN BROTHERS. Indication. Washington-, Feb. 27. Tennessee anil Ohio Valley: Slightly warmer, fair weather, light ramble win ds; nearly stationary temperature. WHY IS IT? Why is lite Clothing House at 25 anil 27 West Main Street, the most popular, the most thought of.' Explanation is very easy. They la gan oy ma king ami selling the host at cery price they touched. They originated ami established a system or one price, affording equal rights to all, rich poor, Mack, white, experienced and unexperienced buyer, one and all, hate been traeted on an equality basis. They confined their business to strict ly cash principals, and have shown at all times since their opening, much the largest and most comprehensive stocks to select from. Thew knew or no other road to success, and didn't want t know. They propose to go right o...

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. — 27 February 1885

GLOBE BEPTTBLia FRIDAY KVENTSTG, B'EBBtTABY 27 1885. ft SLOBE-REPUBUO.- DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BV ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 5 LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TEHMbl Jilly edition, per ear, Jally edition, per v. eel, $7.50 15 certs. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOIiltAT; A TEAI. A3 communications should be addressed to MNNEY NICHOLS &. CO, Springfield, Ohio. JsOTICi: TO 1IA-.TIK.N AIIM.UTISMB. Mr. II C Svther, 13 l'ark Row, Sew York, is the GioBK-IUrti LH's special repreentatlve, to whom all Eastern advenis ok buiness, must be referred. cirr ititvuitT.ic.iy ticket. For Mayor: James I. Goodin. For Clt Solicitor?, Augustus S Summers 1 ..r 'll3 Mnralial . William II Hughes l'or Mr t Commissioner: K. A. Williams. For Water Work Trustee: Edward C. Gwyun. Toirysiiiv nnvuiiLicj. ticket. For Trustees: Jteph Harrison, Jan.cs. Buford, John M.Stewart. Tor Justice of the l'eace: William A. Stoat. F...

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. — 27 February 1885

Bn GLOBE REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. It All HJCiTH; K HElOltl roiTHisixfiutr, asiuxdd et j ckekt, KZrK9SLT rOS THK LOEK-RKPCBUC, lebrusry 2u i-t5 Tu j "Audi V turner. 6 .. iu. . I I N W lOlouJy ul u . 34- I t il-noing . -Op US IS W Ml tSOcu . S3 I w liiaiy lf an-n 31 W Itlasr Mean te u -ralurv 33 below zero reuiperalur. c! uute dale in lft4, 30 abore. Temperature ol aatne t u i in-s 21 above lempersture of sains date to IBS , alxie tero. CITY MATTERS. Mr MarsbfielJ Steele left lor New Orleans ThursJn eTenin;? "Toppy lioupr is for the ticket, and he is a regiment bj biuself. Mr. FranV J ebb is in Florida and ex pects to be bacV by Monday oi Tuesday. Tomorrow will be, accordinr to the calen dar, the last day of spring. And such is winter' 0. J. Penrose, the writing kacher at Nel son's llu'iicss College, has resigned his posi tion and leaves for bis home today. Rev. Father Y. U. Sidley, of St. Raphael's church, has been confined to the house several dsys...

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. — 27 February 1885

um GLOBE REPUBLIC FBtDAY EYENTKTG, FEBRUARY 2'f, 188B iitf Winn rifcviti-Ht5tHJiiiiFWg"iWW Ir"ggTT3StVtlLP WW CITY MATTERS. Mr. Brent Arnold, ot Ciocinosli, is at the Arcade. Mr. J. D. Moler and family returned today from Florida. Palestine Commandry No. 33, K. P , will bold a stated conclave tonight. llrs. J. G. Furewell, of Ada, Micb., is viit inc her mrccp, Slisc3 Woskey, 101 East North street. Mr. Austin V. Cheney, of Mechanirsburf, is in the city, the puest of h'13 frieud, Mr Pnul A. Staley, at the Lagonda Hou'c. Burglars attempted to enter the residence of Mr. C. C. Fried, on South Limestone treet, last night, but erc tngbtenei off The Democratic Central Committee will meet at the Mayor s ollice Tburliv evemnp, March 5, to org-tmie and fix b time for hold ing the city convention Diku. At the residence ot l! C Hall, 200 West High street. I'obert Lelller. of Cjrydon, Ind, aged "5 yeare. The remains will be taken to his old home for interment. Mr. J. D. Phleger, the faithful aud ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 28 February 1885

aas w-4 .1- OBE -REFUEL 8PRINGFIELD Til 12 "l'llINCPIElJ T.13, SPEENGITIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBKUAEY 23, 1885. TUT; HX'RII'JOF'tiEIVn H:EI.inTVIO Volnmo JXiALI. Numbor :jo. "Voltimo "V", .Number x. JL Y6 10 OWEN BROTHERS. Imliclilliin.. Wasiiinotox, February 28. For tin Ohio Vll-y ho J Tennessee: Fair weather followed by local sboweis on Sunda ; southerly winds, becomiog variably slight rise in temperature in ran ana central portion); nearly station ary. followed hy flight tall, in tunpersture iu extrtme west por'ion; general lower barom eter. Saturday Night TILL TEX O'CLOCK Tronsers, l'jut-i, Itroeehps, Pantaloons, may he had from the iii.iiiur.icturcn, at otic profit aboic cost to make. A fair assortment of new ones. More coming. Custom Sample Trouserings, new this neck, $7, 7.50, $S, $S.50. W'c know of no place Iu the city where such a welslit cf Clothing: comes nuil goes. The cotuiug and selling is onr busl nes, the buying and going 1$ jours. Hi we do onr psrt well J IV...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 28 February 1885

GLOBE BEFTJBUO. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28 188B. UOBE-REPUBLIO. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. uODE-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Allejr. TEHMSi lily edition, per jer, tally edition, per eek, - $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning. OSE DOIiliAI A TEAFJ. All communication! tSould be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS 4. CO, SpringPeld, Ohio. xorici: to r-.Ti:iJX advi:kti-.i:il,. Mr. 11. C Shider, 13 rirk How, Sew York, Is the (iLoBu-BEFiCi-K's peial representative, to whom til Eastern adtcruucs: business, raul 1 relTred. CITY KKI'UltLlCAA TMJKJ.T. lr Mi3tr: James 1'. Ooodwin. lir CItj Jnlidlor: Augustus N. uuiu.eni I'or Olij Mnrslml: Wilt m 11. Hughes. l,r tre.t Oninniltouer: K. A. WtliUins. l'or Water Wt.rko Trustee: Edward C. Gwyun. Toir.vHii" itsi'VisLiciy ticki:t. For Trust re: JfepU llarrjcn, Ja c Buford, John M. Stewart. l'w Justice "I the lV.irc: William A. stent. I'nr Cotitjl...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 28 February 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATCKDAY EVENING, FJSBEUAET 28 1886. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xlly Delltloii. m it 1 1 i llpl)i km oicr FOKTKl- L0 ,'UTV. A3 kEO'KDKD BY J. PROSY, If IFBVl T PVK Ilia ".LOfK-KKPriBIje. February 27, ita5 I I. tendi Weatcui. 6 Je,. ii .. " X' W Fair 1 a 86' S W Fair . i; i ... 44 S lelear SI p. w 33 . W ll !er Ii v p. 27 I S W Iriear 5ir4 te. iratun-3.1 belnw -ro. li. pratu-'e ol aa f it iu lt4, 32 above. Ten.perBiure of liaf !'. a 23aboc. t-.Jivirturt ol untr late lii lb , 4S alwve aero. CITY MATTERS. Jlr Richard Huntington, for several years concex ra with the Si. John Sewiug Machine Comianj. but lile-ly of Toledo, lias returned to this city, and is once more with his old employers. Such days and nighu as we are now hav ing are the Fp-cil delight of sugar-boilers, and the orop o! maple will b - good this sen ton. The rap runs like the candiJatcj on the Republican ticket just as easy. Mr. Milton Bird, lute of the Zmesville House at Zinesville, Ohio, bas entered upon his duties...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 28 February 1885

GLOBE REPTJBUO SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28, 1888 r-- 2353: ., sigr-- CITY MATTERS. Frei Muttj is row in Vi.!i j:! n George Alfred Towctfead. Mr. J. 31. l'ottrr, one at the fkntin;; rink in? na;tr3, left tar ht home id Kltuira, X. V.. this mornic?. Rev. W. J. Colt man dJrrssed the students of Witteobcrj; lat i.ight on the si)lij-ct of Natioml Reform. The Sandusky Enning Journal fujs: "Wmrcn C. 10W ii in the city looVirg afur his handsome yacht" Mr. Srauldinp, late of the Ilostcn S'ore, intend? to return to Scotland soon. Mr. Ilirld nil! go into business in Micbipan. 31r. Frank C. llarlay. ton of Dr. Mar'ar. ol this city, is news foreman in the office ol tbe Sandusky livening Journal, at Sandusky, and is pleased with his situation. Judge V. Lairrenre, Comptroller of the Treasury at Washington, fell cown the steps of the Kellogg building thtre, yes'erJay and sustained some serious injurits. On account of there not bting suCicient room at the Arcade, Hr. J. D. l'hlegcr, agent cl the X...

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

Sunday Globe -Republic THR MlK.lTfilI13Ll OLOUE, I Volume IV. Number ION. J SPErKGFIELD, OH 0, SCSTDAY MORNING, MARCll 1, 1885. TIIT3 8PIIINOPIEL1) 11X21 O llTtcl iroiume jljljs.. numbor iHl.i. r OWEN BROTHERS. Indication. Washinqtoi, February 28. For the Ohio Valle and Tennessee Fair weather followed by local showers on Similar ; southerly winds. becoming variable; slight rise in temperature, in east and central portions; nearly station ary, followed by alight (all, in temperature in extreme Test portion; generalh lower barom eter. HERE Is the place to pick up knowledge o clothing as well u the garments themselves. Opportunity is offered to extend your edu cation on the subject of Men's, Youths1, Boys' and Children's Clotbins and Furnishing be longings. An hour of proper application among stocks so vast, ways so simple, and prices so entirely different, will enab'e you 10 ever after judge intrligently as to your wearing wants. litre's a table ot suits at $5.00, JG.OO and $7.00. Pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 1 March 1885

THE GLOBE BEPTJBIIO. SUNDAY MOKKTSTG, !MAROH i 1885 A m'KlAD OF SUKLLS. GAZING AT THE BEAUTIES OF CONCHOLOGICAL COLLECTION. Specimen r the Mollu-k family from nil Tart r tlie World All llcsrwi of lV-'tinlary Valur lteiiresented Manelou Creation-. San iYancieo Chronicle 1 She'd from Alaska and shell- from South America; shelli from China and sholU from Europe; shells from Asia nml shells from the islands of the Southern sea; shells brought from tliedeeio.-t depth of the ocean by the Hnssler's dredge- and sholU from hun dreds of feet above sea level ; sSells that climb tree 4 and shells that bore hole- in the rocks; .hells of mo-t beautiful shape and color anl shells sui-p-i-sin;; tu ugliness the dire-t creation of a nightmare; shell- of all sixes, from scarcely larger thin a pin's head to oue or two feet in dinmotor; shells worth $100 apiece, and shells 1ft) of which would nit be worth fl; shells of every imaginable shap.5 and odor, and shells of many uniumag;inablo shaiw- these and ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 1 March 1885

;;.3CWK"irmii THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORNTSTG, ZtfAKOH i 1885 TOE COTTON FIELD HAND. Edward "Willett Dese rows ob cotton am berry hard to hoe, 'Long ob de shinin' ob do hot summer sun. Wish I owned da fields w bar de cotton plants p-ow, So's to take it easy, wid plenty ob fun. Oid "Oman's got to lib, picaninnies too, Hard work a plenty fur field hands to da Mule 'tween do cotton rows kickin' up a dus'; Got to keep an eye peeled 'ginst de critter" heels; Sun jest a-b'ilin', too. cittiii' wuss an' wuss. Wfch dar wasn't no time but sleepin time an' meals. Corn ione am mightv tough, hog meat fat; Little uso o' libin' jes for seen as dat Run como an' rain come, workin' all de day; Cotton crop on band, too, all the yeah round: Got to k ep a-tralielin', hain't no time to play; Rest a plenty some time, down in de ground. n'tli I had a dollah fur ebery drop o' sweat Wonner ef it's Christian so to fuss and fret. Jacob's gittin' old an' pore, hain't got long to era Laws-n-massyl dar's de c...

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. — 1 March 1885

:) V THE G3J0BE BEPUBLIO. &TJOTAY MOH2S1NG, 3AI?CH 1 188-BIGHT PASES v-J y LOB R-REPUBLIC PaWiihsd Every Sunday Morning P1DBE-REP0BLIC B01LQ1HC. WESTHIBH ST. Two Dollnrn Tor "Vnr. Klvo Contn l'or Copy. itrred by Carrier to Any rart of tht City. A-iJreae all Communications to the SUNDAY tiLOI.E-HEFUI.LlC, Springfield, O. HAIL I H EA TttfJt itKI'ttKI FOBT2USLOC4UTV. AS KBCUKDKP RT J. DRCKT, UFIIS.1LT FOB THK aLPftX-HErCBLIC. t-ebrnarr 2S, iwi. 1 tviLdi vUii!i. S.ua.in " M W (Fair IV-'iOa.ra . . 36 S W Fair 3:tf p. u . 14 S Clear -30 p. a S3 W tear IC:VQ p. m 27 3 V Urar Memo lupralun S3 below aero, retuperaluit ot aAadat 1q 1S. 32 above. Tetiipcrclure of ame 1 tf tn l(vS 23aboe. tu.peralur ci aanl t in lt?, 48 attte aero. T .HOKV.YC XAKCIl J,1SS3. Col. Coates Kinney, editor of the Globe Repcbuc, is not improving in health as was hoped the first of the we k, but the indications are that he will hare a some what prolonged illness, lie went to his home, at Xenia, in company with his ...

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. — 1 March 1885

,.i; - fJ-J. THE GLOBE REPXIBLCO. SUITDAY MOENmG, MARCH 1, 1835. MtfJlT PAGES. Dr. L. E. Russell, ot this city, has receive! the appointment as surgeon on the 1. B.i W., Ohio Southern, and P. C. St. 1.. rail roads, for the year 18S5. A petition is bung circulated among the Democrats of the city, and is numerously signed, askinc the Central Committee ot that party to call n Primary election in which the choice for postmaster may be expressed. TLe name receiving the highest number of votes will be sent to President Cleveland tor ap pointment, at once. The National Reform Association, a State convention of which is to be held heie next week, to maintain existing Christian features in the American Government, and to secure an amendment to the Nation's Cocsiitutioo in which God shall be acknowledged us the supreme source of all power, Jesus, the Gcd man as the delegated ruler ot Naii jnsaud the only and infallible law giver, and the Bible as the fountain of all proper law. The work ot tL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 1 March 1885

DARK DVYS- 71 r if vi n coy ir.i r. Author of "Culled Hack' ciiai-teh xi coTicrr. She looked at me nu' o injlv. "i could Maud up,' J said. anil state on oath that you were nt the tune in a rasnis delirium. 1 coutd ledro my profession il ropntation that v our actions were the result of madness. Tear nothing on th it score, my wife." I spoke bo'dly: but as 1 spoke athoiisht .hot through me a thought vv Inch blanched mi clieek and hrouJitthebeadsof perspira tion to mj brow. 1 knew rntimtli ot 1 1 to lie aware that a husband could not in a vmilnal cae giro evidence for or ajriinst bis wife, JIv marriace villi I'hinppa had deprived her f tbe benefit of im testiin my ns to licr insanity. 1 tremb't i like a leaf as 1 pictured what mi;lit happen in the cont of her iK'ins tried for the murder of Sir M rvyB Kerrand Tlicvery nurses had but seen her sine. Xo one but mv eif and per haism) s-n ant had seen her in her mad ness. My dismay was such that 1 was hound to leave the room, in order to ree...

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. — 1 March 1885

h - K, - THE GLOBE REPIH3II0. STENDAY MOROTNG, LARCH 1 1885 r t J DREAM CHILDREN. Caro CoWian in Itasum Transcript. I trust In the dear Lord's w isdom, I do not question Hi will, But oft as I Mt in my chamber. In the twilight, calm and still, I long for tho children's voices, I long for tbe clinging arms. As unto my ear they w hi-jwr Their tiny griefs and alarms. And my silent room is peopled With, forms I can almost see. The forms of the dear dream children Wliu cluster about my knea. I can hear their merry prattle, 1 feel Uieii breath on my cheek, An! mv fancy a -am makes real The dear oue- my heart would seek. And so I spnrt with my children. And natch their sweet, quaint ways. Till my heart grows heavy with longing And my eyes are dim as I goza. For alas! thev are but shadows That out of the darkness grow; Onlv the frail dream children That the heart alone can know. AGRICULTURE. AS CONDUCTED BY THE ORIGINAL 1NHAB1TANTS OF AMERICA. Women the First farmers or Our Country llow Tlie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 1 March 1885

V mE GLOBE REPUBLIC. ST32QDAT CORNING, MABOH 1, 18b5--.-EIGB7T PAGES. -tf MATTERS. Mr. John Berkshiic went to Dayum last night to 5jen(l Sunday. Mr. C. S. Skinner, foru.crly proprietor of the Lagcmdi House, is now located at Clyde, Few York. The Galley Slave company stopped at the Arcade, and the Troubadours at the Lngonda House. Dr. William C. Gibson, of Macon, Georgia, was in the city yesteiday, registered at the Arcade Mr. Wes. McMillan is said to he, figuring for the office of Mayor, subject, of course, to the Democratic convention. Mr. L. C. ltroytogle, ot New York, repre tenting Low, Son & Hayden, of London, England, is registered at the Arcade. Mr. ITarcian Tyncr went to Columbus last night to attend the funeral of Mr. John Mil. ler, the biII-po3ter of that city, who died last Thursday. Mr. Frank C. Marlay, son ot Dr. Marlay, ol this city, is news foreman in the office ol the Sandnsky Evening Journal, at Sandusky, and is pleased with his situation. Mr. George Minnich leav...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 2 March 1885

u 9$ a'& Republic Springfield THE fIMNGFrLI 3 T.O Itli I Volumo "V. Number I rfPRLNGFJELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 2, 1885. rX"lX12 SPBINOPIBL11 It-El UJtTVIO I Volumo XXXI. Nunibor Ml. ?K vLS Globe OWEN BROTHERS. Indications. WiSUiscTOM. Match 2. For tbe Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Fair, generally warmer weather, westerly winds, fulling barometer, proceeded in extreme portion liy rising biromcter. WHY, CERTAINLY ! If jon aro-Iii any May particular as ton lit, ami want a suit t ithout e crease or wrinkle, nc male to measure. Our spring fashion plates arc here, our samples arc liere, hard-pan prices are here. Springfield proves to be a flac-good city, I. e., Oner goods hare heretofore been sought after than were passible to lie found. We partly supplied such de mands last season, but not entirely to our own satisfaction. Our experience now enables us to judge more intelli gently as to what Is required, and we are putting forth every effort (o more accurately meet these want. O...

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

GLOBE REPDBLIO. MONDAY EVSTTtfG, MARCH 2 !P8. 3L0BE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. .3LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WESTHIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERXtSi Oaily edition, per jear, i)alljr edition, par week, - $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DoiiliAr; A TEAI. AD communications should be addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS L CO., Springfield, Ohio. XOTICr. TO KATi:llN AUV1.KTISKHS. Ms. H. C Ssthkr, 23 rik Kow, New York, Is the GLOBi-Rarcnuu's pedsl representative, to whom mil Esitern advertising businew, must be referred. .VOX DAT E VEX IX G, MARCH 2. CUT KEl'VBViCAS TICKt.T. For "Mnynr: James T. Ooodwln. for City Solicitor: Augustus N. Summers. I'or Cliy Mnralml : Willl.ui II. Hughes. Tor Street CommUlanrr: E. A. Williams. For Water Works Trustee: Edward C. Owynn. lowKsnip KKPUJir.zc.iy ticket. For Trustee!: Joseph Harrison, Jmn.cs Buford, John M. Stewart. For Juattce of the Pence: Wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 2 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. MONDAY EVENING, MAUCH 2 1886. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Iilly X2slltloii. acMMi Mouiyii jrtKt'ii i, issj. IAII fTHt KKt OKI FOKTHIS UrflUTY, AS kECUUDIrD BT J. DEUSl, kXPHhaSCY rOKTHEIUFK-KRPCDI.lC. March 1, isso. 6 to a ra.. tXla u .. J .W p. -n ... SO p. ra .. 1. vvnd SI s w 37 o W S4 " W S W 10 v riondjr ClouJy Cloudy snowing. knowing x..sb te i,sralun Si belnw seru. reuiprratuK 1 uut dkte in ls.4 ii above. Temperature ot sou 1 it ti. 13 45atnie. . .perl it o! aame list in is , &3 above tern Amouolot snowfall last evening3 of an Inrb rsaturiljy wai the wartutH day aince iHjcemler SO. and the snow dlsapiared except In abided places, and the ice, whi h has covccst the ground aince January id, welted in pots where expoied to the tun W'II"T Report for February. 18.', t !lrlnc.nll, (., Kept by .1. Ilrurj. The averag temperature was 18.4, sad was the coldest month I hsve a record of except January. ISM, when the temperature was 18 l e ma ne clear uavs and sixteen lair days bn...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 2 March 1885

. I35!RS JX- J-JZ&a&ZZ&&5r GLOBE EEPUBLIO MONDAY EVENING, MABOH 2, 1885 CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS. PLUMBERS NEW ARRIVAL ! NEW ARRIVAL ! We have just received and placed on sale an extensive line of our popular Tiiey d i jay that Hnrr AVribt wiu'ilao ccpt the DomiBatian for Mayor. Miss Louise Christie, ol Brooklyn i.lb; the guest cf Miss Fannie Claik tbis week. Regular meeting ot the IliuMing and Loan Association toughl for rayment of dues and taking of new subcriitions to the stock. r. I. WILLIS &OM, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, -H8 Mr. Micbsel Kyan, formerly promictnt dry goods mtrchart hero but no ergnged in the manufacture of paper at Franklin, was in the city today. A patty ot about a dozen p'omicent Demo crats left at 10:30 this morning for Washing ton to witness the inauguration of President Cleveland. About fifty hare now gone from this city. Mr. Uos Mitchell is ttill serving the United States of America as a juror at Cincinnati. His tees are enough to abo...

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