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

fl-" Sunday Globe -Republic THE HPBINGPIELD OT-.OHE, I Volume IV. Wumtoor lO-l. 1 SPEmGFIEfJ), OH 0, SUNDAY MORNING, lARCH 8, 1865. TUT: SPniNOFIELl) IICPDBX.IC Volume 2L3CJL, Number 3U4, OWEN BROTHERS. Indication!. WASBixaTOS.March 8. For the Ohio Valley and Teonrtsee: Lrcal mows, except in west portion; slight full in temperature; westerly winds in west portion, with rising barometer; southerly winds in east portion, with falling barometer. HARD SQUEEZE. When we get $2.50 Ha's down to $1.75 and $2.00, it not orly shuts out the middle man'! profit, but squeezes ours to a very low ebb. Still, we are williog to do it to get Tour trad'. We want as much trade as we can jet and are willing to be Tiry accommo dating to get it. A $3.00 bat for $2.25 looms - up back of these. This is simply a spring bat beginning, case after case of new shapes will be forth coming Big lands (or small funds are the continued surprises of our hat stcck. Expect to find the same squeezed prices throughout the ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 8 March 1885

WOMAN AND HOME, THE WILLFUL AND PERVERSE WAYS OF THE FAIR SEX. The Hanre -f Heath Model Farm Kitchen Vanilerblll's I'lucty Daugh ter Hi1 .lupaursc Minister's Wife HiHHlirinktiiea Congrcsamuii. New York Times. One of my friends, a doctor, buttonholed mo the other day, holding in bis . and one of those pretty ltttle smelling bottU-s that some of the charming young women of my acquaintance have been greatly nffocting. The doctor is a Rood old soul, but crot hety, very crotchety, at times He has journeyed as a lecturer in his time, and in delivering one of his little ad lresses even now ho loves to have something to use as an illustration, liko a jwtient at one of his pet clinics twenty year ago. "Our women have abominable tricks," he began. "They lace tightly, they wear French heels on their pinching little bxts; they underdress the upper part of their bodies and drag about after thorn yards upon yards of heavy trains; they ruin their digestions by overheating and surfeiting themselves...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 8 March 1885

THE GLOBE HEPUBUO. SUNDAY MORNING, 3IAEOH 8 1885 PAWNEE PETE. A YARN OF THE YEIX 'WbTOXE. 111111 Y. Duties in Tho neimlilie "You know the oa lVrcos, suppieaud slim, bluggish of soul aud ltuiber of limb, Cruil of conscience, and coll as ice A sight of ouo of 'em will sufllns. "Up in ths "iVlIar.tone, slick and nest, 'ear to tue (.'risers, dwelt I'awnoj IVte, His dam a sou iv an I Ins sire a Yank, Who pasejd m them parts for half a crank 2J."W IVte vra, a chap or the Carton tyiu, L. tile, deter jimed, for iUhting ripe, ho seldom traveled wiiuout his gun. Aud from white man or reiwuli never run. -He liad a but in tho llodoo l'ais s. 1 slge of mica litco rnlunsl glass. Ail ho kept n rifle lsidt In Ik1. And a brace o- i t Is b.-ueatb his head. "'.! skiuni) i jack rai.bit. for fool in spring: In wmimr, ha brought Linra gamo on tho iu autumn. t for the . toose hi snaro; la ivuiUT, trapped 1,-r I io grizxly bear. " V.m lt, that chap was a imt'ral rough, h se gi it ma !u h.m u He-tern tnugu,...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 8 March 1885

I THE G3J0BE REPTJBUO. SUNDAY MOB3NTNG, 3AR0H 8, 1885--EIGHT PAGES STTJSTID-AX' .'HaOBK- REPUBLIC Published Every Sunday Morning MflE-HEFOMC NILOIIE JEST HIGH ST. 'A'wta Dollnra Tr Year, fc'lvu Ooiits Per Copy. I ntrtd ly Carrier to Any Parr of the City. AiJirt ill Communication! to the M'XIUr (i LOBE-REPUBLIC, Sprlngflald, O. u.m.i H BATH tR UtSlOKT roiiHijLWiurr, as bkcokdsd bt j. dbcbt, KXrKESSLT rOBTHKlLOBK-MrOBLIC. March 7, l65 le. ind Melucr. 6 A a. iu if XE Fair. lUla.m Sc hK Fair. ilcC p. ST SC ll'T np m I, 31 SB lowing. in Wr.a Si M: bcculng. Mrao temperature 33' above aero. remeraturv cl taoiH itate in 14 23' abuTe, Temperature ol until tc in 18S3. 3oaboTe. leiapcratureol aame Ut In l', 41' abore rero. .-now fall up to 6:30 this A. M. 2 inches. KVJtltA .IIOK.ylDa MARCH S, 1SSS. Col Coates Kinney is recovering from a serious illness, and may soon, it is hoped, be able to resume bis position as editor of the GLOBE-Hi:rcBLic. We trust our Sun day readers will bear with the pr...

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. — 8 March 1885

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MOR2SHSTG, 1IAEOH 8, 1885. JElGJiT PAGES. s KiNNANE, WREN &. CO. Sprin Spring Novelties! REN & CO. i uis NAN mow Away ahead of a!! competition in STYLES, QUALITY AND QUANTITY, ant! away below all other houses in pricbs. Immense arrivals of New Spring Novelties in Silks, Satins and Velvets, plain and brocaded The latest novelties in American, French and British Dress Goods. ALL DEPARTMENTS FULL TO OVERFLOWING ! Mr. Ed. Wren and Mr. J. J. Kinnane have for the past three weeks ramsacked the New York and Boston Markets for bargains, for cash. .How far they have suc ceeded in obtaining them, can best be seen on a visit to our store. Strangers are surprised at the extent and completeness of our stock, and astonished at our low prices. Our Carpet and Wail Paper Departments contain the largest and best assortment in the city. While others are complaining of dull times we are kept busy. Select Styles and Low Prices., and our pleasure in showing our stock, d...

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. — 8 March 1885

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORimTG, MASOH 8 1888 i4 DARK DAYS. ji r n vti n co x r i r. Author of ' Called Back" C11AITKR XV COSTIirED. rTom nfj place, lar back in the public gallery, - --"t - course., sec nothing more of the pn-o tor than his li ick. I gaze, at this with intense curmsitv, iMid 'avoriiig to determine the station of the win w ho U now about to bo tried for his life. I cm but pit her this much: Ho is tall ami slight. His dn ss i of a semi-respectable nature, but se-enis to hav e seen mien s -r ice. He might be an j tiling from .1 brokeu-dow n clerk to a gentleman's servant out of elbows. I re ci at hit pnertj-stricken appearance Judging from it, mone will be welcome to Mm. lt the Jurv but assert his Innocence, and I feci cert iiu that the liberal iec unary compensation winch it is my intention to m te out will rcpij him a hundred t m -s for the orde il which lie is undergoing. Ordeal I Y,s. it Is the right word. It is casv to eo it is a terrible ordeal to the poor fel...

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. — 8 March 1885

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORNING, !MjUtOH?8 1885 V I. MINOLA. Avis Uray. Queen Minola! Your sluinbrou eyes, mil otwn, wavy hair Hjldall my soul enthralled within a snare So intricate that human hands ne'er weave With warp au-l woof one-half so strange as this. That finds my love, while I inut live to mist Ycur face and missing, ever grieve, Minola! Loved Jlinolal Touch lips with mine before we rend npart This seal that bind u darliug, heart to heart And soul to soul. Oood-byel love's bitter sweet: If God had iven vou o fnirer face. And ins the wealth of all the human race. No thorns h nil.1 lie beneath your dainty feet, Minola! Sad M:uolat llie taint u but n single drop to untold seas The little in, that on ber tended kneos S me Mttntiy nn i a ks Cnrist to ash uway ; l'ut, were it lo s a thunsan 1 tunes as small I( faintest tinge mnsi over lc the wnll That hides out heaven from the light of day, M.noial Dear Iinola! Strong band, and pitiless havo forged the chain That bound your r...

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

JHE GLOBE BEPUBUO. StfMAY &OBKTNG, ItfAKOH 8, l88k---EIjttfT RaVGOEfi, -- i A COLORED SENSATION THAT .UlTCIJr II i'DAiSfl J r And the Urulieni nf Tlml Part of our City on Jetlernon Strret Uetween Me chanic and Kactory Startled by tlie Cry of "Illoodr Murder" The Question or "Who'i Keen Here Mncii I've Ileen Ooue" Forcibly Illustrated at the l'oint of n rintol The Kullty Man Barely Kit capes with Ilia Lire Down a Ladder, HI Attire O.nUnttnc or Little Kile hut at Paper Collnr. On Wednesday midnight tLe ilcniieru ol and in the neighborhood ol that part of the city between Factory and Mechanic streets known as the Kenney Arcade (it is the proper thing t0 tH acJ kind of a building an arcade in Springfield) were somewhat startled by the cry of -'bloody murder," followed by the rapid discharge lrom a revolver, which like wise was followed by a noise made by a man rapidly descending a ladder lrom the window of the room generally occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ym. Cox, colored lady and gentlem...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 9 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic TIITa yi'lUNGFIELI GT.OBE, Volume V. Numbor 03. SPKENGFIELD, OHIO, MOKDAY EVENING, MAHOH 9, 1885. 1 Volume X.X.X.1. Numbor :7. OWEN BROTHERS. Indication. WAsmsaTOs.SIarch 9. For the Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Fair, warmer weather, fol lowed in eastern portion of the Ohio valley by local snows; touthwesterlv winds in Ohio valley and winds shitting to northwesterly in Tennessee; fallinp barometer. HARD SQUEEZE. When we get $2.50 Hats down to $1.75 and $2.00, it not only shuts ont the middle man's profit, but squeezes ours to a very low ebb. Still, we are willing to do it to Ret your trade. We want as much trade as we can get and are willing to be very accommo dating to get it. A $3.00 bat for $2.25 looms up back of these. This is simply a spring bat beginning, case after case of new ihapes will be forth coming. Big finds for small funds are the continued surprises of our hat stock. Expect to find the same Fqueered prices throughout the clothing stock as wel...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 9 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC) MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 9, 188B SLOBE-REPDBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY FINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Oi'ly edition, per year, Dally edition, per week, - $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOIjIjA A TEAF. ft communications should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfield, Ohio. NOTICE TO KASTKIUt ADYEKTISKKS. Ms. II. C Sstdkb, 13 "Park Bow, New York.ls the GLOBK-KKrcBLic's special representative, to whom til Eastern advertising business, must be referred. MOXDAY EVEX1SG, JIARCJ1 9. V1TT XEVURLICA.lt TMCKBT. For Mayor i James P. Goodwin. Tor City Solicitor: Augustus X. Summers. For Cliy Marshall Williim II. Hughes. For Street Commissioner: E. A. Williams. For Vnter Work Trustee : Edward C. Owynn. xowssmr repviilicax ticket. For Trustees: Jost rih Harrison, James Buford, John M. Ftewart. For Justice of the Peace 5 Willia...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 9 March 1885

GLOBE HEPTJBIIO. MONDAY EVENING, SIABtfH 9 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xsnlly Sedition. ItAll I H KATII liR KXtOKX ' THIS LOTAUTY, AS SKaiRDID BT t. DBUIT, KXriKSSLT FOS TBS OLOBE-KKFCBUC. March 8. .lt5 6 JO a. ok.. H-SO. ni . 2uV p. n SO p. m . 10 VI r. I Wtud 18 N W 26e N W SO' N W 21 N W IS X TV Cltsr Fair Fair Clear Clear 4cu temperature 25 above aero. Temperature f ( saiue tiate id 1SS4 1'0 above. Temperature ol tarn ittetulsKX 21 above. ruiperture ol same t in i, 40 abore aero. CITY MATTERS. llr Wnrren Smnh, formerly of Springfield, and well and favorably known in roller skat ing cite e, has severed h:s connection with the Queen Citj- Rink, of Cincinnati, and on the 15'.h inst. will take the road in the inter est ot the Evans anti-lnctton ball bearing skate. We predict for Mr. Smith every suc cess in bis new undertaking. The Evans skate ha? points of excellence possessed by no other kate, and the proprietors may be com plimented upon hating secured the services ol one so well fitted...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 9 March 1885

-n- iw - CITY MATTERS. The Warders will not lw buck 'rom Wash ington till nbout the fiitt of Airil. J. E. Mover?, E. D. Tool and J. Correll, all of Dayton, are at the Lspomln House. Gas ltothner, advance agent tor the Dream Company, is ftopninj at the Latronda House. Tor wind ihta blessed day beats a brass band tournament or a Democratic convention. Sophie Han9e and the man Verity were taken to the insane aslum at Dayton this morning. Thirty-one new members united with the First Piesbyterian church yesterday, making forty-tno unce December 1. Mr. and Mr.. Joseph Spahr, ot V. V. Mast .t Co ctfirted for Cincinnati on Saturday. They retnrntd this morning. A Wasntngtuc special to the Enquirer says: "Miss Lizzie Steele, of Springfield, 0., is a guest ot Miss Grace WLitehead, ol this city." Members of the Republican Executive Com mittee are reminded ot their meeting tonigat at W. W. Rocker law office Important business. Mr. J. V. 1!. lloyle.ot this city, has recently invented an ingenious...

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. — 10 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic TIIK HPIUNGFIELI GLOBE, Volume V. Number ! SPBLNGFIELD, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, VIAECH 10, 1885. ITUE WrillrYOFUEjL.O nEPlTHMC I Volume XXXI. Iumtor;3H. , OWEN BROTHERS. Indicntluns. Washington". March 10 Terinessfc nnd Ohio Valley, fair weather, colder in Ohio Val ley, s ationary temperature in Tennessee; wind liiftin fo northerly in Ohio Valley. East Window FOR A DAY, And perhaps longer, depends how long they stay. JOBBERS SAMPLES IX Going at decreased prices to close the lot. $2 EACH. Your choice of forty sorts, no two alike, no one but what is worth a quarter more. An opportunity rarely met. Reg ular small "picnic". It's worth a halt to see these garments. They'll go quick. Be on hand sure tonight or io-morrow. HATS! The long expected Hat re plenishing process is going on to-tfay. They're here and coming, gone and going. Of most importance to you in price. They're down; down more than ever. Fully a third down. $250 for $1.75, $2.75 for $2, $3 for $2.25...

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. — 10 March 1885

GLOBE BEPUBUO TdKSDAY EYENBTG, MAROH 10, 1885 5L0BE-REPUBIIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. M.OBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH 8T. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS' )a!l y edition, per year, daily edition, per week, - $7.50 ISCMtl. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a Tea. Alt communication should be addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, Springfield, Ohio. XOTtCH TO UAMr.UX AIIYKKTISKUS. Mr. II. C Sntpkk, 23 fart Cow, New York, Is the (JionaIlLri:BLics special representative, to whom all Eastern adTerlisicK business, must be referred. TUESDAY EVES IS G, MARCH 10. CITY JlEl'UilLIC.iy T1CKBT. l"tir Iwyiir: Jauics 1 Goodwin. l'or City Sllrtlirt Augustus N. Futnnicrs. l"i.r Cli Mnr.lml: Wllll.m II. Hughes. For Street ComniUidoneri E. A. Williams. For Water Worku Truatee: Edward CGjn. Toirxsnii' rei'VMjICa ticket. For Trustees: Joseph Harrison, Wm. II. Craig, John M. Stewart. For Justlre uf the Peaces Willia...

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. — 10 March 1885

GLOBE BEPUBLIQ. TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 10 1885. r GLOBE -REPUBLIC. Dully addition. VAII I H BATH fit f.KI UHX FO .TKISLOCAUTT, AS BRCOKDKD BT J. DEUKY, KXFRKSSLY rOB TUB eLOBB-HErCBLIC. March 9. t&5 1 .. iLd Weather. 6 JC .. in.. 16 S W Clear 10-30 a. m Sic SV Fair 2: p. in .. JH S W Fair 30 p. m .. .. 17 S W Heir in to o. w s- 8 V Clear Mmu le.uperaturt Slabove aero, fe-uiperature ol saui.datetn 1SS4 25 above Temperature ot aame J te in lst Ss above, temperature ol same t In !'. 5S above vem. CITY MATTERS. Harry Fister went to Cincinnati this morn ing on base imll business. Hon. Geo. 11. Kicbelberger, ot Urbana, is in the ritv to-day on legal business. Mr?. J. A. Krler lias returned from Omaba, vfhert she sjK-nt the winter, and will now re main here. None of the Dayton papers seems to have made the discovery that Springfield is to have a government building. A young man naued Harris was patrol wagoned in this morning on charge ot drunk enness and abusing family. There will be a...

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. — 10 March 1885

GLOBE RKFITBLIO. TUESDAY jffVENTNG, MARCH 10 ib8b. $5 REWARD $5 For the Detection o! XcnsiuiierTliieTes. CITY MATTERS. A Short-I,tet Senitatlon. It was widely noistd around today tha Mayor Constantino had been confirmed First Assistant Postmaster General, and the rumor created Dearly as much excitement as the con flicting returns a day or to after the Presi dtntial election, local adherents of the "Kid" Democia-y teeing visions af roft places in the postoflice department. It was stated that the Mayor's father had received a private telegram to the above effect. Tie teporters were unable to find that gentlemen, but in quiry at the Western Union office brought the iniorruaiion that no telegram of such lm poit had been received there. The statement is not generally credited, neither does the Associa'ed Press report refer to such con firmation. J VT. flyers, of Oennison, Texas, is in the city. George G. Strong LagonOs House. of Philadelphia, is at the One man was run in by Crott this mo...

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. — 11 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic TII3S HPIUNRFIEIil GLOBE, t Volume V. Numbor t3. 1 SPEmGFIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AtARCH 11, 1885. JTHE SPttlNOPtELT) Iltll'UJJTIC I Volume XXXI. Numbor :u. OWEN BROTHERS. Indication. Washington, March 11. For the Ohio Val ley Fair, warmer neither, fallowed during the night or Thursday morning by local rami, general southerly, tailing barometer. SHIRTS Suited to every man's peculiarity are to be found here, at less. Look at our windows for illustrations; still better to be found in the case below. No shirts made too good to be found in this stock. Laundried, tfnlaundried, Fancy Percale, and some that are not. Working Shirts and Idle Shirts; they're always to be found here to your exact liking. Flannel Shirts in a dozen styles and as many prices. Night Robes in the sober white or the dashy coloring, white with fancy ruffled fronts, sleeves and pockets, and others till you can't sleep. Next, the "pricesT 85c, $1, $1.25, $1.50. Springfield's Only One P...

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. — 11 March 1885

3L0BE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 'LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKBMSi Oally edition, per year, Jally edition, per eek. $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a Thai. AH communications should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfield, Ohio. NOT1CK TO 11AM MEN AIlVKKTlSKKS. Mr. II. C Sstkkr, 23 Park Row, New York, Is the OLOBK-UErrnLii'.s special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be retem-d. WEDiVKSDA r EVKXIXO, MARCH 11. city jcnrvni.ic.iy tick&t. lr Mnyor: James 1'. Goodwin. I'ur City Solicitors Augustus M. Sutuu.ers. lr City Marshall William II. Hughes. For Street Commissioner: E. A. Williams. For AVnter Works Trustee: Ed sard CGwyn. TOWSSM1' JtKPVHLICA TICKET. For Trustees: Joseph Harrison, V'm. II. Craig, John M. Stewart. For Justice of the Peace: William A. Stout. For Constables: Louis Brown, ...

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. — 11 March 1885

GLOB35BEPOTLIO. WEDSESDAT EVENING, MABOH 11 1886. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. XtiUy addition. HAH i HKArHt.R KEIOKT tO THIS LOMLITV, A3 KKCOKDID BT 1. DBCST, KXFaKSSLV rOK TUB LOfcBKKPCBLlC. March 10. i 1 ud nw.invi. 6 JO a. m 30" N W Clesr .." a. ui ... S3C NW Fair a:oXp. a. 40" N tlesr SO p. m . IS N Clear i' v. - 24' N B Clear leau t ufvriaur' 32- above xeru. IVuitivraturt ot same date :d I4 20 abure. Temperature ol samed te tti iM 26ative. Itm-peratureol satnr la to In isx , 36" above rero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. Art Heckler leaven for Columbus to day to lake a position with tlie Columbus bugpy oi ks. Mr. G. K. Sperry, ot Messrs. Owen Brothers, haf cone to Ulica, New York, to be gone about three weeks. The Lucy Canick Companj will give a grand matinee at Black's next Saturday, "Little Uarefoot." Admission 10, 15 and 20 cents. Mr. David Ss Runvan, is still canvassing for Mark Twain's new book "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." It sell well, as it ought to, for it i intensely intertsting as well as...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 11 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH li l85. $5 REWARD $5 For the eteditmf Acn-juiierTlilrvcs. 1 or some days niiny curupUints tmve come from GLOBb-REriBuc "uluiribtr lo tie ef fect that the; bme vox r cents ttuir piers, regularly. A our carriers are, so Inr s we know, faithlul and vigilant, we could not dis cover the cau'e of tbe dillicultr. Uectntly, however, we have learned that certain news boys are h&wkiDg our (ujer about tbe streets, late in the afternoon or evening, for three cent a copy We have also just learned that these little racals steal tbe papers Irom the premises ot subscribers, after tbey have been lelt liv the carriers Every person who sell' the Globk IUpikuc for three eentt is a thie', lor it can not be purchased, at that rate, at wholesale, at cur eountmg-rroiii, and whoever is ac costel by any jH-rfuu who offers ojr paper at less than five cents should have him arrested at on.e and leport tbe tact to us We will give $5 to anj one ho will de tect and arre...

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