ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Springfield Globe-Republic Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,315 items from Springfield Globe-Republic, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,315 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 12 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THIS HlIlHVGFIISljl GT.OH33, Volurao V. Number 10. SPEDSTGriELD, 0K10, THURSDAY EVENING, AlAHCII 12, 1885. JTIIJ5 8PUINOFIELT) UEPUHUC 1 Volume X3CXI. Number 40. OWEN BROTHERS. Indication. Wasiiixutox, March 12. For the Ohio Wi ley and Tenresse Warmer weather, fol lowed in Ohio valley by falling temperature. PANTALOONS Till your eyes ache. A choice from a thousand pairs. What are not here are not here for a reason. Too poor, too wearoutable. Solidity of material used, and strength of seams are of some ac count. Price too, has it's hearing. The way we make, the stock we keep, and the way we sell illus trates our notion of merchandising. $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.25, $2.50, and so on. We quarter up to fit your purses. It's so different than it used to be. Don't you think so? To whose credit is it? New Pantaloons ar riving from factory daily. T Springfield's Only One Price Clothiers and Retailers at Whole safe Prices. PIANOS- BEHNING PIANOS. These renowned...

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. — 12 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 12, 1885 3L0BE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. L08EREPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKKMSl )i)ly edition, perjeir, Jalljr edition, per ', $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, OKB DOIiUA A TEAI. All communlciticiij should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, SpringfUld, Ohio. MtTICt: TO KAVTKKN AMVUKTISKKS. Ma. 11. C. Sx'i", 23 l"rk Kow. Sew York.ls the UloRE-KariBLK'a nwclal rrprrwnUtlTe, to whoia til Eastern adirrtlMnr. biteiorss, must be rIemd. TllUKSOAi' RrEXiXG, MARCH 12 cm- RKt'VKLic.iy tickkt. JiUf- 1". lwJtn- rr City Solicitor: Augustus . rummers. I'ur Ctiy Mrhxl: WT.IUm 1L iluchrt. Vur Strict CniraNlooer: E. A. ViltlaittS. Vr Water Work Tnuteet EJartl C.Gts. TanSSMV iiCJTKLICJA TICKET. Tut Trustee- Jrph llarriswa. Wo. U. C!e. Jaaa M. .8ewart. For Jnrft the lVare: WHKta..SuaS. rr Omt&te; Louis Sroa. Tfeuaaa X J w...

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. — 12 March 1885

gS5gJ&ggggff3CgS GLOBE REPUBLIC. TITOIISDAT EVENING, MAHfHT 12 1885. lv R i ?: n m Mss &' GLOBE-REPUBLIC. iuiii jrj t r mmtottt IVtllulbkUlt, AS as -PCD BT J. frarBV, itnnnt v T iov-irruc. aar- tl. is n - -.i-r. JsTsTtZ-. X V Falr st.-ea.s . IB S E Fair Tt4 f. u W K r.ir as p. i ! tc r.ir r " . r falsi Itaty M b--.--r.i-rt -a iWit -, l-i-raters s sia4.o-ta t4 47 aw. T-wtp-catw- -1 --Ml kUl-l Sf afcwi. lMrfinlua -s- Is, oe t-t. GITV MATTERS. Sbrnff B.Vrr atd pant arrived from Wash lactoa eate ill Mlis-rd, Jrelds.T. Mr. . C Cunningham, of Itie Phillips , I- !, it a goes'. ol the- Atrade Hotel. tic T- C-ird.i-iaa Ciub i!l have a wan-ice; la their new ;a.rtrrt in R-vV Unlrbt. house Avery Fiftk war- Krpabllraai I Hrr-ember tbe ward ceor-as at t'. HIS rurarr Mai a and Center tlrr-tt, toaicbt at :30 o'clock, to otnina-r waid oSrcrs. Tbe verdict In the IVuwcll-Roc-ficM caM which was trinl before Isjuire tUghtr-eyrr Yrwiet-eT afternoon, w-sgurn in favor of de fendant. It if understoo...

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. — 12 March 1885

iiiiimmmi iii" i din' FM' inim " 'i iw i I iiini ihimw ii' in wimjwm ilium n imiiiiiwiiiiiwi" mmm 1 s GLOBE BEPUBUO. THUHSDAY EVENING, MARCH 12 1888. jggaaaBMBgBMIMuUBaawat K 1 $5 REWARD $5 FortheUeteclIonol Xewt-paprrThleTW. For some days many ccmplaints bare come froru Globk-Rsfcblic subscribers, to the ef fect that tbey have not received thtir papera, regularly. As oar camera are, so lar as we know, faithful and vigilant, we could not dis cover the cause of tbe difficulty. Recently, however, we have learned tbat certain news boTS are hawking our paper about tbe streets, late in the afternoon or evening, for thrte emit a copy. We h aye also just learned that these little rascals steal tbe papers trom the premises of subscribers, after tbey have been lelt by tbe carriers. Every person who sells the Globk Rxpcslic for thrte emit a a thief, for it can not be purchased, at that rate, at wholesale, at our counting-room; and whoever is ac costed by any person who offers oar paper at les...

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. — 13 March 1885

-- Springfield Globe -Republic TII03 SPIUNGJFlBLili GLOME, I Volume V. Numbor iT. ( SFRISGFIELD, OHIO, FRIDAY ENIG, aEARCII 13, 1885. THE NPRINOFIELD HEPUBTJC I Volume X.JLX.I. Number 41. I l I Iff if OWEN BROTHERS. Indication... Wasmxgtov, March 13. FortheOhio Val ley and Tennessee: Partly cloudy weather, with light local rains or snow, generally warmer weather, northerly winds, becoming variable. HAT FRESH ! The fresher the Hats the bet ter Whi old they sell. wants an shop-worn affair even at an old shop-worn price? We are constantly re plenishing Oil Hat stock, keep ing the stack up to a want stand ard. You sea you want, you duv, vou save the one profit. Every bump fitted at one profit above cost to manufacture. See us to-day for proof. s Springfield's Only One Price Clothiers, 25 & 27 West Main St. PIANOS. BEHNING PIANOS. Thee renowned pianos are kept in all styles at the Arcade 1'iana and Organ Hous-e. Some new styles jut arriving for spriuj trade. Write for Prices and Cata...

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. — 13 March 1885

!S5SS8SSig"aaessiBe??to. SIslMg JriS; -i ..r"3S "- B rss GlSfife aggoatiq feSttu-tf kfmw& iiMotf lfli issS srtrtlf-t? assess 81:- 1L-. Jr 3L0BE-REPUBLI0. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. L08E-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS )lj edition, per year, laity edition, per week. $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, OlIE DOIiliAT A yEAI. AH communications should be addressed tj KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfield, Ohio. OTICK TO KASTHtN ADVERTISERS. Ml II C Sr.YPKS, S3 Hark Tow, "ew York, Is the Giout-KEriBLii's itial rcpreeentatire, to whom all Etr-tern adtertisiDg business, muatbe referred. FRIDAY EVEX1XG, MARCH 13 CUT KEVVtlLIVAS TICKIiT. 1'iir May.r: James I'. (x,d.in. I"or City Solicitor: Augustus N". Summer. Fur Cliy Marlml: Wit iim 1L liugbra. For Street Ciiimilnner: n. a. wuiuuis. For Water Work. Tnwue: Ed.ard &Gwjn. xoirssniv nurcithicjA ticket. For Tiu.tres...

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. — 13 March 1885

n 1 ,' tilBBifrfP -- - - : -mt OldflE BEHTBLtO. 1'HIDAY ETOmife, MAHOH1 13 188B. 1 &l KM GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally XZilltioi. ua.h k it r.triin: xntattr WO THtSLGCAUTV, AS HKOUHDED BT J. PS.UKT, k.XrKkS3LT FORTHE ALOFK-KKPrCUC. 1'inli 12, ,n 6 JO a. uM 2:30 p. a-...,, 4 sop. in,., r v n. . t 1 1 i 31" " V N E sr x b SS N K -o N V Illrv liny Ussy U.-iidy Ooudr atean teaunaurc Si1 above xero. reiui-ratur' el aame date In 14 31 above. Temperature ol same late lo 1kkX 21aue. l-utperatureol same ! In !. 41 above rem. I look fur a heavy storui before Sunday evening CITY MATTERS. Tbe.K'alvcney Foundry Company, at Wen Springfield, yesterday contracted to furnish Mr. Ross, who is about removing bis machine works to this city, ith one ot their intent fonndry cupolas of the largest size, forty feet high, ol the hf a iest material. Urban Citien: 4,A frtij;Iit train on the I II. 4 V. railroad run through a freight on the Bee Line, about mianibt at IMIefontaine, lastnight. The ergineof the I , I)...

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. — 13 March 1885

ss&g iVi s :ic Sf Xt 5 IE- ' i. 1 , L". " $5 REWARD $5 For the Detection il niiMpir Thieves- For some days ma' y c mpl-iiriU have come from Globe-Rei-i buc subcriltri, lo the f fect that ttey bare not received thtir pr?, regularly. As our carriers are, so tar as we know, faithful and vigilant, we could not dis cover the cause of tbe difficulty. Recently, however, we have learned that certain news boys are bavrkmg our paper about tbe streets, late in tbe afternoon or eveninp, for three cents a copy. We have also just learned that these little rascals steal tbe papers from the premises of subscribers, after they have been lelt by the earlier?. Every person who sells the Globk Repcblic for three cents is a thief, for it can not be purchased, at that rate, at wholesale, at onr counting-room; and whoever is ac costed by any person who offers o jr paper at less than five cents should have him arrested at once and report the fact to us. We will give $3 to any one who will de tect and a...

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. — 14 March 1885

tesgsgggggyBWjp8 ' 'X? Springfield Globe -Republic '3tw? THE tPniNOFIELI GLOBE, 1 Volumo "V. Numtoer OS. f SPEmGFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, AIARCIT 14, 1885. I THE 8PBINOPIELD REPUBUC I Volume JTXJCI. Number 43. ia S, hil m it OWEN BROTHERS. Iudicatlons. WAsmGTOv, March 1-t. For Tennessee and Ohio Valley Fair weather, followed in the Ohio Vallcj by local rains; warmer southeasterly, fhiltinp during Sunday to northerly, winds: falling barometer. PRESUMABLY ! We shall name such prices on Spring Weight Clothing as will cause the most profound wonderment among all classes of consumers. Our factory's resources was never greater, stocks never better, prices never lower. From the child to the youth, to the grown man, all are provided for, in quantity and assortment unequaled by any Clothing House in the State. It is our ambition to further the lead we have already attained and become the one grand clothing center of Ohio. To accom plish which we shall enter the field with our own manufa...

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. — 14 March 1885

-i-Si-w- SvV'" " .'3r SCL V, ", j -?- ' V. .;.-j ?- sS-Sfit gs GLOBE REPUBUO. SATURDAY -WENIfrQ, MAHOH 14, 1885 SM)rgiH5SK2gi K-TWS-5t3teSM aSss lh - r- Jfc ii t GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. ?LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TEBMSI dally edition, per year, J tit j edition, per eel, - $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHS DOLttiA A TJHAT. AC communications should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, Springfield, Ohio. StOTlCl- TO KAVIXl-S ADVERTISERS. Mr. II C S-stder, 23 l'ar Itow, New York, is tbe GuBt-KErVBLIc"s fjtil representatlre, lo whom til Eastern adrrtis!-K business, must be referred. SATURDAY JK.V.VG, 3IARCI1 14 air jtuvuiiLic.iX tjckbt. Janies 1". Goodwin. For City Solicitor: Augustus N. Summers. l'or City Man-lmls William II. Hughes. lir Street Commissioner: 11 A. WillUms. l'or Water Works Trustee: Edward C. Gwyn. xowxsuiv KKPVin.icA...

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. — 14 March 1885

GLOBE KEPTJBLIO. SATURDAY EVENING, IMAECH 14 1885. I I j i: 1 "1f GLOBE -REPUBLIC. Iully Sdltloia. lull HAIIHrK HUtUHT FO TU1S IXKMUTr, as RkCOSDao BT J. D1UKT, BXrEESSLT FOB TUB HLOtE-KkPCEUC A! arch 13, is.5 C JOB. Dl 11 SO, m 2:W p. m 6 SO p. w W "HI p. it) lld 20 Nil" S0 N SG5 N W 36 S t Sl S W Cloudy Clou d y Fair Fair llaiy Moan leiiiierturi 31aborezero. reuiperaturt ol sauie ifote In IRH 40 above Temperature ot aame i iv in it 43above. lempemtureot aamf d! in ms", 33" above rero. I look for a heavy stortu before Sanday eve nlng. CITY MATTERS. Mrs. J. V. B. Hole went E.it last Monday ereLirg. Urbana Citizen: Dr. J. F. Jlorlayand wife, of Springfield, are tie guests of Mrs. Hattie Read, of Eatt Church street." Miss Lura Baker, who has been Terr low with tvphoid fever, is ttill in a critical con dition, but shows slight improvement. Vilej- M. K. church art loan exhibition, announced to open next week, has been postponed until some time in May on account of the impossibility o! g...

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. — 14 March 1885

nr ig"?1? GLOBE BEPUBUO. SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 14 1888. I WiHtH-VffHiM CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS: Dr. Carson's Nerve Tonic, -FOR IVIEIM. M. M. Kaulmin returned yesterday from the East. Mr. lienjimin Holljwaj is lying very sick at his residence. THEY ARE COMINGI Our recent extensive purchases of new Spring Shoes will soon be placed on display. The shapely styles and exquisite workmanship of these goods will be appreciated by all who admire a handsome shoe. Until the arrival of our new stock we shall continue to sell such odd pairs of heavy shoes as still remain at prices much below real value. K ,!h!?;SiriLv..? Miss Gaunier, nl Urbana, 13 visiting at A. StudebaVer's, West Pleasant ttreet. Business must be booming out at Indian apolis in railway and raiu circles. Six lreighl trains were trying to get into the I., li. & W. yards at one time yesterday morn ing. Ground has been donated lor the Soper Foundry Company to put up their establish ment, and without much doubt Spring...

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. — 15 March 1885

.'' ft "T- yr?1 v $if&&S$E$3g; SRrS.vt -J& - i -jr3!i&.2S.'!a'ai IPsBcJ'i5 LJ-jsSI-gg'w 3Efe. ..t-p &TJKSRQ osagjiges&. ? : ilHMaiUjaiB. i -i . II !!! iii up, nil IWJjgWj" 'I'M'1 OS."" J'' "' Sunday Globe -Republic ft V BC.HK iatssKggsgii-,; y?tsiHiSS8liBBffiHBBHB8HB3is iifTin 'w'irimr'ff'fnTiiTiTmfiit V IfTl"jflnTt,FffcTiTEii - ? gfSsggllgg5Bl!Sg3rS5Ss mmmmmmmmz&?&3smt&s&&s$$s& rHWTCnBmHIMMHpMHHaSat!cm Hi I Til R piPllGI'TEL,!) CST-OIME, I Volume IV. Number lt3. f SPEmGFIELD, OH 0, SUNDAY MOKNING, MAttm 15, lSo. THE 8PBINGPIEL1 IlEPOTliaC " Volume X.X.X.. Number 2(15, i LI 1 t li i I ! '1! - J "t tt L ' V iu t f: ft OWEN BROTHERS. IlltllCRlIotlK, WisniNCTo March 14. For Tennessee ana Ohio Valley Fair weather, followed in the Ohio Vslley by local rains; wanner southeasterly, shilling during Sunday tj northerly, winds: falling harometer. Time for Spring Overcoats, or a medium that you can, "on a pinch," wear any time of year. Light and ...

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. — 15 March 1885

!! a!; TELE GLOBE BEPETBLIO. SUNDAY MORNPTG, MABOH 15 1885 It THE BABY'S BABY. Into tho midst of tho crowded stroc. Almost under tho hum iiur fwt, Thero fell a thmicht of the limit Prvino, That thrilled to the ery coro of mine Qinjrfng clo-e 'oa toil-worn hand. Thcro paM a shadow from lalyland Only n shad o w to hi to 11 ml thin It lacked tho round of a bah 's eh t ti lt lacked tho coral of baby's lljs The ilnk of a hub) V finper tips Tho cilken tloiuof a luihy's hair. Kissed and smotthetl with tho sweetest oare. Hut out of ItMunoccnt liaby eyes Thero looked a lialy"s sweet surpri. And cIomj to its Innocent baby breast A baby's baby w as tightly prot. Wavering, slow, witli uncertain tread. It followed still w licro it mother led. Ever lovinely Knciur down On that headless doll in a ragged gown. And at every planco Its lovo and pride Came and Mcnt like a nwy tido Over It poor little pallid face Frail lily bud In a noisome place. It passed, but an angel walks with mo In the shaio of i...

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. — 15 March 1885

i?j& THE GLOBE EEPTJBLIO. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH IB 1885 m . . m & 1 US ! r : IN 4 1 t ill 'ir M - I ! 11 vi IU E Wi fc IV ? - i D5 M t i The March of The Worker. What la this, the sound and rumor? What Is this that all men hear liko tho wind In hollow valleys when tho storm Is drawing near. Like tho rolllm? ou of ocean In tho cvctido of tear? "Tis tho peoplo marchlnpr on. Whither po they, and wbene come they What are these or whom ye tell? In what country aro they dwelling 'twixt tho pates of Heaven and Hell? Aro they mine or thine for money? Will they servo a master well? Still the rumor's marchinff on. Chorus Hark the rolling of tho thunder! liO, the sun! and lo, thereunder ltisclh wrath, and hope, and won der. And lao host comes marching on. Forth they como f nun prief and torment; on they wend toward health and mirth: All tho wido world Is their dwelling, every corner of tho earth. "Buy them, sell them for the scrvicol Try tho bargain w hat 'tis worth. For the daj arc ma...

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. — 15 March 1885

jgpg3gg3ggggi , - -, IF iL i jiawiaitTii : a : f - M ft ,r - -- i ;rv'-" e .u l-1 in I' ii im ii"1 'i I' " ''itijLiii ' ' ., ,-. iiuiiLCBHIi " SiMJUilMiiiMLJ- It U JL JCTlgWBWW SX7KT3 ;,' LOBE- REPUBLIC PutliiheaEvery Sunday Morning 1&BE-REFDBL1G BD1LSIK6, WESTHIEH ST.. fwo Jollors Tor Year, tflvo Cents rer Copy. mrtd iy Carno- Any Part 0 City. A iJrem ill Communications totbs SUNDAY GLOBE-REPUBLIC, SprinsJd, O. ItCSltA Mor.si.10 31 .wen is, 188S. I,AI UKtTH t.K KXI OKI KM ihjs uaun, as bkvbdbd bt j. ibobt, BXrBBSSLT FOB TBI aLOEB-BBPCBUC. March 14. isia 6 JO . u.. SO p. El Cloody CloudT Fair talr llstr ilun im pi-Mar Sl above ro. rwrrtu! i Muir ile in lf-4 40 sbure. Twmjioraiure- ix na, 1 u 11 "S Wmhwd. pemtun-ot awr M t I , 33' above zero. I look for a fcesTT storm before Sndsr evening OUK SW STOKV. With this issue we commence the publi cation of a new serial story, entitled "Face to Face," by K. E. Franchillon, author of "A Great Heiress," "Quits at Last," "A Real Queen," etc...

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. — 15 March 1885

THE GLOBE REPUBIitO. SUSDAY MORNING, lAECH 15, 1885. BIG-HT PAGES. Sfc. - - ; ?. I 1 i n RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. WALKS AXD TALKS CXTT. ABOUT mm Gathered ana Compiled by One Who Keeps Kan and Eyes Open for the Ben lit of Springfield Benders-Magnificent Array of Democratic Talent Industrial Progress of Sprlutrfleld Musical, Social, Political and Artistic X.tes. The topic of greatest local interest now before the people of Spring6eld is the prob able ticket which will be put into the field for the spring; campaign by the Democrats. Manj persons Lave wondered why the polit ical cauldron has not begun to boil and the music to play. The plain fact of the matter is that the fight cannot begin in earnest un til the Democrats show their hand and all the nominations are belore the people. As soon as this is done the battle will be on, and one oi toe hottest political contests erer known in this city will commence. As soon as the Democratic nominations are in the field, a Democratic daily paper w...

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. — 15 March 1885

5SKi3S3 8l-S32 L-&;?i.- . ." -0 J -5 - &-'. v . -VK1"'?' '-- ' VV "J J " ' '" "" j ' --' - v7"PT"" """rT-wwMSKt I I I II li Mill h zZ2?im!ZC!ZZFZZZZ?ZZL2-jZ --- 7rfV'KTir::yrfWW TiUB lLUi3JS JSJSTU.P.LJ.U. BUJiJJAY 'MU-R-NlNGr, JVLAHOH 15 1885 BW . . - - : EH va? liaas.- 24--i' S ranii MM sctasss The Trno American. The RTcatraclflc Journey I havo done. In many a town and tent l'o found a lodg ing. I think 1'vo traveled to the setting sun. All round this continent I have been dodg Injr. Uko Lancelot in quest or Holy Grail, From v estcrn lleercheba to Vnnkeo Dan I've been a seeker, et 1 sadly fail To find the genuine typo American. Where is tho object of mvyoutllfnl wonder, w ho met mo In the papes of "Sam Slick?" Who opened every sentence with "Hy thun der!" And whittled away on a bit of stick? The more the crowd of-f riends around mo thick ens. The less icy chance to meet him seems to be Why, -did ho really show him-elf to Ditkcns, To.Dlxon, Sala, Troliope, not to mef No ono...

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. — 15 March 1885

J JTSI) W - ---" -t'V iA- w 1- THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUKTDAT MORNING, MARCH 15 1885 eafwrAaw EM f CHANGES. Boston Transcript. Like one who bears with sudden throb of sadness The lingering cadence of an oli refrain Which wakes the echoes of tome vanished gladness With tender pain, Bo stand I now with mingled pain and pleas ure. After long absence, at a well known door Which guarded onoe my darling, my heart's treasure. In days of yore. Still bloom the roses with their old-time sweetness Round this dear cottage m my native land; Trimmed is the hedge with all its wonted neatness; Tuo old elms stand. Still slopes the lawn in beautiful gradation. Like a soft carpet of the richest green; Still leap, the fountain w ith its light pulia tion, Brightening the scene. Years hav not changed it; now as then the river Winds in Uio distance like a silver stream; Through the old orchard still the sunbeams quiver And brightly gleam. Ah! but no Toice of sweetest modulation Nor rippling laughter greets m...

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. — 15 March 1885

fiBfcaasNS iaagigtesiagsffisasggs'a --; jqs'igg&rasaagiBettBBg .- 1 .. ' - - I '.."'' k'-.-jr-? ISSR mE GLOBE -BEPlTBLia SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH IB, I8bB EIGHT PAGE3, WMMMMi LAGOND.A NOTES. rvBXis ii rn n r .i .s v. . r a i. a ni.: svr.ci.ii. nti'i'iirnu The Voting renplt-' Llternr Amocirttion The Dejrrra StalT of ttuck CrrekTrllie tBFlnelTorkiucOrrivr social Tea nt l lie Residence of Mra. U. C- Lnnrrnne-lVr-onnt Mention. Mr. Howard Killen is ffenlinR a few dijs iu Union City, gnest of Mr. and Mr?. Cyrus Z'mmtrman. M'. S. Z. Cutrigbt, janitor of our school house, has piren the building a p'ctty thor ough cleaaing the past weK, so the teidiers will hare a clean house to commence opera tions in, toe coming weeV. The social teapivcn at the residence ot Mr. D. C. Lawrence, last Tuesday evening, was quite a success, both socially and financially, the ladis clearing about $20, which, we un derstand, Till be ueed for missionary im poses. Mrs. Joseph Kelly was in Mechanicsburg, Thursday l...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
x
Loading...
x
x