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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 3 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic Tiir: j-iitirtfGxrE3L.i gj-ohi:, SPRLNGFLELD, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 3, 1885. iTiix: wiitiivciF,ir:jT iiepujitjc Volume XXXI. Numbor :ia. Volumo "V. Numbor H. OWEN BROTHERS. Ilidlrallultii. Washington, March 3. For the Ohio Valley nod Tennessee Generally fair, warmer weath er, erupt in extreme western portions, where temperature n ill fall slmh'iy, westerly wind. Fjlrly busy every day. Xo cause for complaint. We are content with two thirds ol the lot hint; business of this region. Trade fluctuates some, hut we can't help that. What didn't pet here jesterday are here to-day, or will be to morrow. It is doubtless, pretty generally known that care here, even if we do more along so noiselessly and without sensa tional outbursts. Kot everybody knows though, just what prices are attached to the number less new spring samples. Have'nl been here long enough to become fa miliarly known. Fit e or ten minutes time spent among them might be of protlt to you, ev...

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. — 3 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC, TUESDAY tiVBmSQ, AUEOH S ie8B. l$fej -i SLOBE-REPUBLIO. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. ILOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl iWly edition, per year, dally edition, per week, - $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a Teai. All communications should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS &. CO., Springfield, Ohio. TUESDAY EVES1XG, MA R C1I 3 CIXT ItErUIlLICAX T1CKKT. For Mayor: James P. Goodwin. For City Solicitor: Augustus X. Summers. For City 3Inmhnt: iVillhm II. Hughes. For Street Com mWcloner: E. A. Williams. For Water iVrk Trustee: Ed-card CGwjnn. Toirssmv jterajiLiCAs tickvi. For Trustees: Joseph Harrison, Jan.es Buford, John M. Stewart. For Justice of the Peace: William A. btout. For Constables: Louis Brown, Thomis J. Jewett. For Clerk: Isaac Kindle. For Treasurer: William S. Wilson. An oyster famine is threatened. Albany is now a deser...

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. — 3 March 1885

GLOBE EEPUBLIO. TUESDAY EVENING, MAECH 3 1885. GLOBE -REPUBLIC. XJully Sedition. fiVSJIA . JllltOlfUl MARCH 1, 1SSS, It. 1 i t 4 TH T K UKt OKI TO lUlHUhUUTT, AS EklKDICD BT J. DEUXT, KXPHCULT roSTHEHLOBE-KErCBUC starch 2, IS&S. I ! I Wiiill Weather 6 .Ma ,q. K Via. m i.JO p. tu SO p. m 26 Sl 34 SO 26 W V S W O W W I Cloudy. Fair Cloudy. fair. 1-air Mesu le uperaturt 3j9 shore aero. reiuperature ol sauiedateln ISM 19 abort. Temperature ol aame late In lt 44Daboe. temperature ol same tale In lfu, Sa shore aero. CITY MATTERS. Mr Frank J. Webb 01 back from Florida Sunday evminp. Charles Darlington, Esq., of Xenia. is at the Lagonda Hou'e. Mr. John Xoonan, ot Dayton, 0., spent Sunday in this city, the guest ot f riend". Mrs. J. C. Carer, ot Xenia, is in the city, the guest of her son, Mr. John M. Carey. Mr. Charles U. Keeshin, agent ol the Lights o' London Company, is at the Lagonda House. Officer William Caldwell, of the night force, has gone on to Washington to help inaugu rate Cl...

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. — 3 March 1885

GLOBE REFUBLIA TUESDAY ENTSNING, 'MAIF 8, 188b CITY MATTERS. 'Mr. J.iin-s llnfor.l Wltlxlrn" . Mr. James Ilu'orJ wishes the ULOBK-ItErCB-lic to state to the nienilxTS or the Wtc Re publican Convention that he is truly prate lul to them for the honor they conferred upon him in nominating him for Township Trustee, hut as there feems to he some dis satisfaction, not on account ot his nomina tion, so far as he knows, but because ot the departure from the usual custom of girin the township two trustees, instead of one, as now nominated, he wishes to decline the nomination, and at the same time assure the Republicans ot the city and township that he will do all he can to promote the election ol the gentleman who may be chosen to suc ceed him, and, further, will exert himself to secure the election ot the whole ticket. Miss Lara Baker, tiring on the old Dayton road, is seriously ill with fever. "Romeo and Juliet" matinee at the Grand to-morrow, with prices of admi.-sion 3nly 25 and 35 cent...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THE t-siIll-GirrE3L.I OI.OUE, "Vol n mo "V. Number MO. SPRINGFIELD, OJJLLO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, ALAECH 4, 1885. I THE Hl'KIJGPIELD IIEPOHT.IC I Volume X.X.X.1. Number 3a. OWEN BROTHERS. lm!icHtionn. WAsni.(jTox,March 4. For tlie Ohio Valley and Tenuessee Generally lair, warmer weath er, except iu ex'rernc western portions, where temperature wi'lfallslielrly; westerly wind?. MAIN ! The Main Street, the .Main Store, the Main Slock, the Main Clothing: Business of the city Is at 25 and 27 West. Sign or business six dijs in the week. Square business. A few words about spring business: Vc are mating many preparations for yonr wants, and for the sudden descent upon our stocks that is sure to come 1th the first nam days of spring. 3lorc room, more stock, lower prices, Is the order of things for 1SS5. We are awake to your interests, and to our own as well. It's lime to think, to talk, to calcu late, to economize in the matter oT spring wenrlngs. What has the past 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. — 4 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. WED2JESDAY EVENING, ALAROU" 4 1885 i.- GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. iLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS i 1)1 ly edition, per year, Jilly edition, per week. $7.50 Hurts. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, One DouiiAi a Teai. All communications should be addressed ti KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., 8pringfleld, Ohio. IsOTICK TO KASTKKX Al KKTl-KIl. Mb. H. C Skipek, S3 Tark How, New York, is the GLoBK-EtrLBUt's special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. WEDA'ESDAT EVESJSG, MARCH 4 CUT JIB1'U11LICJ.S T1CKKT. For Mayor: James r ttoodwin. I"or Citj Solicitor: Augustus Summers l'or Clij Mnridiitl: WIllUui II. Hughes. For Street Commissioner: E. A. Williams. For Waiter Works Trustee: Edward GGwynn. TowKsniP itneuitLiCA ticket. For Trustees: Joseph Harrison, Jan.es Huford, John M. Stewart. For Justice or the IVucex ...

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. — 4 March 1885

GLOBE EEPTTBLIO. "WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAHCH 4 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xatly Edition. 11A11 , H KATIlkK JUtl'IIHI COS THIS LOTSUTT, AS KBOUKDID BT J. DBUBT, aimtssLr nuimtnon-mrOBua March 3 .st& 1 I nriidj" nu. C JO sTiZ. 32" I 8 W Falr .. JO . tn . 46c o W iClesr. 2 .0 p. m ,.,, 43 w nr. KOp n . .IS I S W Fair. K m -r S7 I h W ICIoudy. alru le.ai-raturt-40 above sero. reiiiperalure ot same lute in IS4 13 above. Temperature of atn t t. In .il ?o above, temperature ot same In 1 . 52 shove rero. CITY MATTERS. Mr J. G. Rodders lelt Iut night for Cin cinnati on business. Mr. Harry S. iiauk left for Cincinnati this morning on business. lie will be gone about two eeks. Mr. L. It. Thompson, jr., ot the Home Journal, Latajette, Ind , is registered at the LagonJa House. This is "pension day" and court officers are lept busy making out papers for the men who wore the blue. Mr. Thomas O. Otstot, formerly of this city bnt now ot South Bend, Ind, is in the city visiting his iriends and relatives...

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

imn t, immm AT LAST. A Hundred Thousand Dollar Post office Building to be Erected in Springfield. The Bill Providing for it Passes Both Houses Congress and will Become a Law. We bare today received the lollon inc very important dispatch from our representative at Washington: Washington, D. C, March 4. 18S5. To the Editor of the Molie-Rcpubllc: A bill has just passed and will become a law, authorizing a Public Building at Spring field, costing one hundred thousand dollars. J. Vinni:x Kiifer. The skating rink opens again tonight. Dr. Oscar ilarquart, of Eaon, is in the city. John T. Morgan says It is a boy. Arrived this morning, March 4th. Mr. Wilbur F. Gnnn, of New York, is in the city visiting his parents. Jacob Alexander brines suit in court today tor divorce from Kuth Alexander. Miss Carrie Ilammon. ot West Columbia street, returned home yesterday, alter a five weeks' visit in Troy. Dr. H. H. Seys reinmed to Chief Schuch man this afternoon that his fine Irish setter had disappeare...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 5 March 1885

PRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC THE NPUJNOFIEIjH GT.OT133, Volumo V. N'umhor t)o. SERmGFTELT), OHIO, TKUESDAY EVENING, AfATCOTT 5, 1885. 1 Volume X.X.X.J. Number 34. OWEN BROTHERS. Illtlit'Hliltllf. WAsuiN0TO,Mnrch 0. For the Ohio Valley aid Tennessee: hical ruins in Tcane.ee; fiir weather i'i tbe Obio v.illcj ; flightcliaue- es in temperature; rortbitly niods. bt coming vaiiable. There's Honey In It. Our $:.r() Hat is equal in iiuc ness of fur to Hie various window showings of tho city at a dollar more. Our $J.'2r Hat is just be hind it in quality, hut ahead in sale. Our $2 Hat is once quicker in sale. Our $1.75 Hat is a regu lar advertiser, niado by makers who put slowness, steadiness, quietness into their work. There are those who would not wear a brisker hat. It is yours to say Yrhieh sort. It requires several sorts of hats to fittingly become the many sorts of wearers. Your face, your figure, your standing, your walk, your active self whom you never thought of are to be considered. ...

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 March 1885

SLOBE-REPDBLIO. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. L0BE-REPUBL1C BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TEllMSi Oally edition, per year, Jiiljf edition, per eel, $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a Iea. All communications should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS &. CO, Springfield, Ohio. notici: ro KAhTKitx aiivkktiseks. SIR. II. G Sutdkr, 25 rrk Kow, New York, Is the Globk-Eei-ceuc's special representatire, to whom ell Eastern adsertlslnR business, must he referred. TUORSDAY EVES IS O, MARCH 5. CITY JtEl'VltlsICAS XICKBT. For Major: James P. Goodwin. l'or City Solicitors Augustus N. Summers. For Ciiy Marshal: William II. Uughes. For Street Commissioner: E. A. Williams. For Water Work Trustee i Edward CGwynn. TOirXSIIll' REPVHLICJLti TICKET. For Trustee: Joseph Harrison, James Buford, John M. Stewart. For Justice of the Peace: William A. Stout. For Constable: Louis Brown, Tho...

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 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVENING, MAKCH 5 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. .Dully XiaiTloiw H till Hi-IC lli OUT FO. 1H18 IXH ALITT, ASSECORDKD BT J. DBURT, CXTRSSSI-T KCK THL LOfcE-KRPCBLlC. ot A.ot .ml. in 1M 15V above. Temperature ot Mtue i t in .vi SVabAre. leiiiprxture of same tint i in , 45" above zero. CITY MATTERS. The horse thitves are still at work. Mr. Baker, lmt, on tbe Tremont pike, about three miles from town, had a dark brown five Tear old liorx stolen from hie stable last night. Mr. Charles S. Ramsay, editor and business manager ot the Northern Tribune, at Chrboj pan. -Michigan, 3 herr, with las wife, to spend a few days and his old friends and neighbors are hetilv Rial to see him. Chairman John . Parsons will call a meeting of the Republican executive commit tee for some evecinp neit week to 611 the vacancy on ibe township ticket caused by the withdrawal ot Jamts Iluford as candidate for trustee in lavor of one Irom outside the city limits. The funeral servicts over the remain...

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 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 5, 1886 CITY MATTERS. Chas. Adams, E q Mayor of Yellow Spring', is in the C113 todaj. Miss Mr.T M. Xelon. of WVt High 6treet, is absent 'rom the city today, at Dajton. Mrs. Mary llowe Keith, or Terre Haute, Ohio, is spending a lew days in tbe city. The Miln Dramatic Company will make its first Etand at Utkana, altir leaving this lity. Regular meeting of tbe Women's Iteliel Corp at G. A H. hall tomorrow alternoon at three oVUxk. Advices from Xenia. this afternoon, arc to the efftct that Col. Kiamj s condition is slightly improved. The Art Loan Exposition, for ihe benefit ol Wiley Chapel, has been postponed until the first Monday in May. Kev. Kinsley, lather of Mits Mar Kinsley, of West t ashingtoa Mreet, was in the city visiting Mis May today. Nothing transpiring at any of the courts or county buildings today. Petit jury in com mon pleas dismi-sed until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Knight have taken the rooms in the Arcade hotel vacated by Dr....

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 March 1885

PRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC "L-JIli (-JMllNGlMEIil GT.OHE, Volume A'. jVumler 11. SPKINGFLELD, OHIO, FRTDAY EVENING, aLAECIT 6, 1885. THE SIItIIV3E'Ili:t,T UEPDHTilC I Volume JCJCJK.I. Number :ij. I OWEN BROTHERS. lnillCHtion. TV AsmsaTos, March 0. For the Ohio Valley ar 1 Tnusser: Lc cal rains, except in west pon..,n; hgut rdl n temperature; westerly w i- sn ct poitior, with rising barometer; fii.; t! n n'. -a eat portion, with fallimr Aderliselo-d.iy a certain line or lints for .0c, or Miils at an unusual low figure: or pants, or cnereonts, or what not. Yon conic a week hence ami they're not here; tlto consequence Is, doubts, doubts as to ourlh ingriipto our daily saying. IT you'll tukc time by the forelock and come before the news gets cold, you'll ulnars find the identi cal articles at tiie identical prices named in this paper. There's a certain line ol .Men's Spring Oereo.its, $11. Thcj'ro here to-day, plenty of them. Tardiness ou your part to secure these "plumbs" is not our fa...

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 March 1885

HXB15 BEFUBUO, FBUUY KVBNING, MAHOK 6 188B. 3L0BE-REPUBLIG. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 1LOBEREPUQLIC DUILDINC, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKIvMS Ja-'ly edition, per year, Jal'y edition, per eA, $7.50 15 cent!. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, Or:s DoiiLA a Thai. A3 communications should be addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS L CO., Springfield, Ohio. JiOTICK TO 1J1I1:. AIIVKKTISKIW. Jin. II C Smuek, 21 I'irk i:ow, Jew York, Is the i.LoBf-IiU'iBLU's siial reprtsentstire, to whom sll Eslern adierllsirJK luiuesj, must be retern-d. MI DAY KVKXIXG, MARCH C. cur ittrunt.icA ticki.t. Jir MMjort James l Good in. For City Solicitor: Augustus X. bummers. Vr CI.J JInr-lml: Wlliiiui II. Hughes. For Street ComiiiW.Iouert E. A. Williams. For Wul.r Work" Trustee: Edaard C Gwynn. TOWMtllir KtSPVItLlCAS X1CKE1. For Ttustees: Jos ph Harrison, Jan. es Uuford, John M. Stewart, For Justice I the Fence: William A. .-tout....

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 6 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 6 1886. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. inlly llMlLloit. It If t 1 tl ti H KA UI.1 fo iiiisl4 aliti, as &HOueoirD rt j. Dirsr, kipskly roiiTHiMLOik.-iiErini.ic Mareb A v$ I i I And I vtnti. 6 - i. I 20" I Ml Fair -u j .7 M Ksir 1 - h" Nf Clmilv 1 I 'i - , II I M Cloud). I I ,er I NW ilnr u t r Tar X? a'wro ( tv l-uitra i ol a t u u 1 I 2S Ure Temperature ol sui I ' t 21 a re iHiatip n' s&ni- wItTatters. Wi lnm C Lfil, drunk a-.il dVordVilv, en jovs t'ie di.Iimti n i f bung the cinlj boarder broutli to the station bine bv the julice last uiui. Mr". Kick n Id l.ili 72 year- ol ape, liv ing oa North elloev priup 8'reet, fell and bn.ke a (boulder Iat evening. Dr. Austin was summoned, nod Mrs. King i doinp hs welt a tould he cxpec ed. Iter. Dr. Varlay ill assist Dr. rlconer in services at the First I'rtsbetenan church to night. There were fire additional concerts last night. The interest is growing. The Saturday services yMl be at 3 p. m. Sir Knights ol Pale...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 6 March 1885

GLOBE BEPUBLIO. FRIDAY EVENING, lAKOH 6, 188B a If ' :C. -J-'L.KJiSll)zam'i!t3,,iiA jv;j.wi.ni,i..,lUj.u:.,.,WL , CITY MATTERS. Gen. Keifer will be at borne this afternoon. Dr. Hecves will spnd the month of Mnrch in the South. John I.. Zimmerman departs for Xew Orleans tomorrow night, to be gone until tbe 28lh ot this month. Miss L'lra lUker, livinc in the south-west part ot the city, is retorted no letter. Her illness is a severe attack of typhoid lever. Dr. Hu'sell has returned from Rloomingtcn, 111., where he went to examine one of the victims ot the railroad accident at Farmers City, a short time emce. Michael Leffel, one ot our prominent farm ers, livinc a 'ew miles out on the Yellow Springs pike, has been sufferinc for the last three weeks with ecina. Geo. S. Dial, ton of Judge K. C Dial, was yesterday, at Columbus, admitted to the bar, alter tbe usual clce examination. Mr. Dial has been in l'ringle and Johnson's office for some time. Deputy Sbeiirl lirasticld has been called ...

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 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic 'ii i 12 siiiiir3i-''ii5j..i C3T.OH1-:, i Volume "V". IS'umlor 1U. I SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVEESTG, AAUCII 7, 1885. THE 8PBINOPIELT) nEPOIlTJC i VolumoIXXI. Number ao. OWEN BROTHERS. Iii.ltt-i.liuu.. Washin. T..,Miih T. Tor llie Ohio Valley aod Tei n a-. I, , il nuf, rxrrpt in woit iror'i n si bt ll' ,n tfmerture; wis'.erly n-ds in it nirt!ou, with ri'inp baroniefr; southerly n.ads in east portion, ith falling barometer Why dou'l the gentleman who drop- cd some nioiiej on our lloor hist Tuesd.iy conic for it .' j It is well non ntiii ihon to sol the whole vcops of our More before joii. (ent Fine Linen ('olI.trsitmlCiifT-i. Tine Dross N'eckyycar. Scarf l'ins and Collar Buttons. Silk and Linen Handkerchief-. Cotton, I.Mo, Bjlbriggan and Silk Hall Hose. 31cus, Youth and Ito)'s Suspenders. Fine Dress Shirts. Faiuj Percale Shirts. French ltalhriggan Underwear. Lisle Thrcak Underwear. India (Jaue Underwear. Scarlet and Cimclshiiir Uuilrrn ear. Canton Flan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 7 March 1885

GLOBE BEHTBLia 8ATUBDAY IfiVENTNG, UOH 7 188B. MMMMO GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY ASD WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. jLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERXISl Ji!ly edition, per ear, dally edition, per eel, $7.50 IS cents. Weekly" Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, OKE DOIitiA A IEAI. AH communications should be addressed ti KINNEY NICHOLS 4. CO, Springfield, Ohio. JiOTlCi: TO EASTEILN ADVERTISERS. Me. 11 C Ssycer, S3 l'srk How, New York, is the GLoBK-RsrrnutV iecial representative, to whom all Eastern adenisinK business, must be referred. SATURDAY F. YES IXC, MARCH . ClTl' KEPVIIJ.ICAS TICKET. For Mayor: Jaucs I tiuodwin. lor Cltj built nor: Augustus M. umu.e. For City Mnraltal: William 11. Uugbes. For Street Commissioner: U. A. Williams. Tor Water WorV.ii Trustee: Edward C Gwynn. TOWM,Ull' ItEVUJtLICAX TICKET. For Trustees: Jooeidi Harrison, Jau.cs Buford, John il. Stewart. X'or JuMiceot tltf Peace: W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 7 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. HATfKDAY EVENING, JIABCH V 1886. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. xuiiy x:aitiou. ItAlt . H t. t 7 II tit MS I VICT 10 VHI! 1AM. Lilt. AS KUVKDID BT J. DSUBY, KXrHKSSLT ruKTHK ULOBE-KKrUBLIC. At art h to, s?5 6 J i lu Mi4 in .... 2 xXk p ui i SO p. l , I" r. m twiner. Fair lair buomg bagwiCfT Nt st St SE sE Meau leiupersturt J3 shore sro. reuiperature cl same dtt ,n s.4 Ss aboTe. Temperature ol same 1 t t , 35atrae. temperature ol lain la' In I-1 , 41 above aero vno (all up to b 30 this A. M 2 inches. CITY MATTERS. Miss Nora Wood Attended the funeral ot hertrientl, Mi MKgieOhnier,ol Dajton, last Thursday . Mr. John A. fahipwan is about to put up a number ot business rooms on his Wed Mam street projicrtj Major Henrj Harper inspected the non commiMiosed staff aud band ot tbe Ninth Battalion, 0. N. G., at the Uuhncll Guard armory lasterening, and found crorythirjjj in true mtlitrr, apple-pie order, commending the corps highly. Mrs. John Haug, ot Law renceTilIe, starts, in a day or t o, ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 7 March 1885

GLOBE KEPUBLia SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH T, 1885 CITY MATTERS. Captain Mark Smith is re cor ring lroai Ms attack of malaria L. D. Olds, ol the firm of L. I). OldJ & Bro, is sufferinp under the affliction of a se Tere case of erysipelas. Mr. A. Studebaker, father of Dr. StuJe baker, will occupy his new residence on West High street about April 1. A telegram received from General Keifer ears be will leave Washington tonight and arrive at Sjiringfield tomorrow night. Mr. Frank C. llormel, an old Springfield boy, has been elected Mayor of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, which is a pretty rapid town, by the way. The Vocal Society will give a grand com plimentary concert at the 0. A. It. hall next Monday evening, and will give a concert at one ol the opera houses in May. Mr. Chas. S. Ramay, n Sprii.gfifld boy be fore the war, now a substantial business man at Cheboygan, Mich., is hire spending a few days among relatives and friend. A tramp who engaged lodging at the sta tion bonse last night, fell ...

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