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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 16 March 1885

r-'Sa&Sjr-. vritB?wiS's-"1',,.a T- -sS7-v? . Wfr.-C?rr.-5-i. . -i-4vv ,ijdM if . ysH Wc$r ccs; & !'-Fi Springfield Globe -Republic ft 1 4- -vj TIIXI (-rillNGFIELn GLOBE, I Volume V. Numoer Ol. f SPRINGFIELD, OfflO, MONDAY EVENING, MAKOH 16, 1885. THE 8PBINGPIELD BEPUBTJC 1 TolumsXXXI. Number 43. IB I j I I i -M 'f ; i-r OWEN BROTHERS. Itidie&tlous. Wasuioton, March 14. For Tennessee and Ohio Valley Fair weather, followed in the Ohio Valley by local rains; warmer southeasterly, shifting during Sundiy tj northerly, winds: falling barometer. WHERE Stocks are largest and most complete, where qualities are most sat isfactory, where va riety is greatest, where prices are low est, where the marked price is the invariable price, where satisfac tion is guaranteed or money cheerfully re funded, THERE Trade will go, guided by self-interest, as surely at water runs down hill. The foregoing in ducements are con joined in at '5 GREAT MAIN STREET CLOTHING HOUSE, Where ail who are in an...

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. — 16 March 1885

Wjgar-J , c nr-, .-J -' twaaacagasajAMWHI .vp .. am "V-t- ill fes i -JIM t -ItM; I- iv J. " ssil ' -. -Se IS' '"it -i. r i .Sar Sal '??& iZ. ss &'- i , -Tj wv- .a-i j:- - 3& k MS A - i -; - 'M I ! it f8F SLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 4L0K-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH 8T. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS! Oily edition, per year, IWljf edition, per week. $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, One DoiiiiAi a ea. M communications should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS t CO, Spriegfleld, Ohio. KOT1CH TO KASTfclU ADVERTISERS. Me- H. C. Shtijsb, rark Row, Kew York, Is tie GloBl-RKriBUc's special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. M OX DAT EVESISO, MARCH 16. CIXX KBrVttLlC.il T1CKBT. For Mayor: James I". Goodwin. For City Solicitor Augustus X. Summers. For Clij-3IarliaI: WiUUm 1L Hughes. For Street Commissioner: E. A. AVHUams. For Water Wor...

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. — 16 March 1885

iv 71l7.iMaMMtiaii'rBiii--"'i '....'y-:-.v.,-Lf , -.. . ; fesn - T-71 .i f . rf GLOBE REPUBLIC. M02TPAY EVENING, MARCH 1G 1885. V h. ft i Sl GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully X.dltion. IX A Til IK UEtOKT rOeT-ISLOCAUTr. AS EKCOaD-D BT J. D1UXT axraaasLY ros the aLOEE-K.rCBUC. March IS, I&&& 6 40 a. m lu-Wa.ni . 2:30 p. - JO p. - llll.n 1. Wl.d 2T N W 2s' N W S-- X W IS N V 2 N 1 Fair Fair 1-alr Fair Cleir eanteuiptrilut 27eabore seru. Temperature ot sainedaleln 14 35 above. Temperature ol seme l.te ni inks. Vi above, temperature 0l aaioe Jate In l7. 51 abore zero. CITY MATTERS. There is in Springfield a euchre party that hi met quite regularly lor twenty-one years. Tbe Dreams Company departs this noon for Hiddletown. Sprirgfitld's loss is Middle town's gain. UidJlttown, however, is wel come to the jain. Dr. T. L. James has come here Irom Chi cago and opened rooms for tbe practice o! dentistry in tbe Barnett flats, on the corner of Main and Factory. Charles O Bogle, traveling aoditor...

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. — 16 March 1885

il liftlflt iHl..nil'W TTl'1 I?' QLOBB BEPUBUO, MONDAY EVENING, MABOH 16, 1885 fe- re S ; i j P-U CITY MATTERS. Mias Kattrman returned from Xenia this morning. Miss Ida Jlonheitmr ij confined to tbe house with asthma. The Cbantrau Company are stopping at tbe Arcade and St- James. Mr. Robert C. Bran, ot Xew York, is spend ing a few days in tbe city. Mr. Geo. R. Mead, of Baltimore, will be in Springfield for a tew days. John Mathews and 0. L. Briggs, of Wash ington, C. II., are at the Lagonda. Mr. Simon TucL, of Cincinnati, will, for a short time, be the guest of Jacob Hobr. II. L. RocLCrld goes to Cincinnati tomor row to complete arrangements for tbe Keifer banquet. Misses Ella Fisher and Wilda Gerard, ot London, 0., are isiting in the city, the guests of Miss Ella Baker. Miss Birdie Kegensteia entertained a num ber of ber friends last evening at her hsme on North l'lum street. Colonel V. J. White, superintendent of schools, is reported seriously ill from effects of a BCTere cold. li...

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. — 17 March 1885

S f P ml t 1 Springfield Globe -Republic THE HPltlNGFIKLH GLOBE, Volume V. Number IUO. SPEESTGFIEIJ3, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, iEAECH 17, 1885. IT1IK HPRINOPIEIiD BEPUHUC 1 Volume XX..XI. Number -44,. If ' K L , IB, St If V OWEN BROTHERS. ImtlrAtlouii. WisnixGTO, March 17. For Tennessee an I Oaio Valley Cloudy weather and liht local snows, generally followed by lair wea r; colder weather in Eastern Tennes see stationery, 'fo'ltiwed by rising trnqier r in Western Tennessee and warmer elbcrinthe Ohio Volley, slight changes in emierture, followed by warmer weather '. Eistern Ohio Valley, northerly wind?, becoming variable. HANDKERCHIEFS ! Simple to advertise, but uecessary compan ions. Everybody has a notion as to what they want, even in so slight an affair as a Handkerchief. It of ten occurs that you want one quick Where are they more quickly, more easily bought, than here ? From the 5c Turkey Red to the richest, costliest of silk, they're to be found here in much greater variety. It is...

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. — 17 March 1885

P&Slai 1-a.iV"!M (JV- Sri'5 , tr i. BBaaaaaaaaaBHllM iiiHMlli;iiMliib (BnwkBBMwkSM cJCBwBBaBwMv' ' ,,IWBPMWBHWKBKEBEMWM r...-w . - . - ' -..-aJTJMJ. aaaaaaaaaHMag. , mwi ir; & & I? 3 l! ! JJWaV 1 V ic CIK' ' "grrr i : ' .raawwiMwisNsswrwiwSMMiiws " vii'fi f SawPHw- . ( ,, .,,, .ii, , iMaajiyia, . if . - GLOBE BEPUBUO. TUESDAY EVEKIN6, kARQH 17 188B. I PI W HTATITl nTTTTr)T Tn CIEAXCP. THE LATK )U' DUBNABY, Oatmeal, i .,.. .,. . I! II r SLOBE-REPUBLIC. w.Md.t..x s. ,n,tlnrr; u .ohuh. -ah u-oM-SlSfi, .,...., TIME TRIED! ALWAYS RFIHRIF! II' DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BV ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 1L0K-BEPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH tT. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Oily edition, per year, S$tty edition, per weeVJ - $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET! Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHH DOIiliAI ft yBAI. AH communications should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS fc CO, SpriagfteUJ, Ohio. JiOTICE TO KAhTEKJi ABVEItTISEKS. Mil H.C Sstbee, 23 rrk Eow, S...

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. — 17 March 1885

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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. — 17 March 1885

KSSKI ?r :-s frse. i-fr gaasai SS&55. GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH lY, 188b Pill Vfft &tH -sj Hot CITY MATTERS. Ben. Herman, of Cicrinrati, it in tbe city. Georce C. Tollman, of the I, B. & W, is in the cily. E. U Hall, of Columbus is stuj ping at tbe Lagonda Houje. Tbe Central Ohio Medical Association meets to-morrow at tbe Laponda House. Dr. Rus.-dl was called to Urban this morn inj; to consult vt ith Dr. BuUber over a case at that jdice. The eas;-bjund I B. 1 W. train was de layed three hours waiting Itr connecting trains frcin the West. The ek&ting rink is changing bands ia rapid succession. A couple of youog men from Cincinnati now have it in charge. Mr. McCany, tbe efficient nibt operator at the I. B. & W. office, is entertaining bis wife's mother at his residence on South Faitury street. It is proposed by some to make an addition to the programme u( tbe Farmer's Institute, and allow Mr. Irrin Tennant to lecture on Feeding Horses at Midnight," Mis...

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. — 18 March 1885

tiix: xniGiriEi.i gtoue. SPKEtfGFIEIX), OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAKCII 18, 1885. ITIII3 SPRINGFIELD BEPUIITJC I Volume X.JLX.Z. Number 43. Volume V, Number 101. i 1 I I ; . u i B 1 .! z h. i t i? f OWEN BROTHERS. ImlidttJiiti. Washington, March 18. For Tennessee and Ohio Valley Fair weather in Tennes see, partly cloud weather and local rains or snows in Ohio Valley. Warmer westerly winds. "BRACEUP!" Where do you call to mind a better support ing line of Braces than are to ne Touna on yonder rack? Where in ail the country round do you find them so cheap? Suspend from your mind the other places and think once of a Solid Heavy Farmers' Suspender 25c, and another at 20c, Boys at 10c and Youth's at 15c. Silk Fronts at 30c, Silk Fronts and Ends 35c, 40c, 45c, 50c. Elabo rately Embroidered with Silk, 653.75c, $1, and some better. See us once for Braces and your education in this line is finished. Where are they eas ier bought, or half so easy? The price above, the suspenders, as easy as A...

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. — 18 March 1885

k -v-afllliNlilittfciB , ;'";. ., . - - rftfi n - " - - - ' . f.,-, vfrif!TTtffi.T,lWTaaaP'g8g L3? & :,- 4 WF gMM"MBaBaMnaMWIMLwa :. ; - ' S tsafl ;vrJi. ; mm COS s-.t: .-! mM &&1&. .?" -.-?!! 3 - r -- $&-&. r3V 5JE.1 - S . j:- i ; 3 II ( fSm fVLOBE HEPuBLIG. WT3!TVT?flTAV crcrCTcma-n irTJ-o .oat I sT& WM - Wl-".!!i"'". "- ----.. -- i - -. . '"" I jHr f It HLUKE-Kilif UJ5L1D. S ! T.ATT.V iicn WPEKT.V PUBLISHED BY UNMET, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 4L0K-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKRMSl DaMy edition, per year, Mv edition, per wees. $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ohb Dollar a Teai M coramulcationi should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, Spriegfleld, Okie. KOTICK TO EASTERN ADVERTISERS. Mb. H.C Ektdee, 23 l"rk Eow, New Tork.ls the GLOBE-EsrcBUc's special representative, to whom all Esstero advertising business, most be referred. WEDXESDAT EVEXJXO, MARCH 18 CUT SEPVBI...

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. — 18 March 1885

i jAgMMjMmfcMflBMajiA i"te jndJtefcritTia"Aitffci j i iiTfc n i vfc v Tti stwh, t r , - rr -. avshsaaaisssssssssssaiissssssssssssssssssssssfflassssssssswsssssssssssssss SKF -J v E3ra sE?a& WgiJiilU L""", ll:.jrT'-;''pr ' ""' r- ' ' -'' ' - ' --.-. ' - ' ' "' . VsssbK5S ?. i . i Sf S t ! h i V fHsiil GLOBE REPUBLIC. WEPIsTESDAT EVENING, MABOH 18 1885. i iiiiil .- r--' - s "" ' "' "" " - 1 r 111 GTOBsPflPTTTUTf! cmcouK'1 I ci.KAKn.Gs. &B&&$EEB-m vmVrASA XVU1 V JlJXVt " filtlf DaUy Edition. JrAli.1 H MATH KM MMfOMT (THiaLOCAUTr. AS BSCOKDSO BT J. DICST, BXPBOSLT SOSTHX SLOES-KKFOBUa March 17, iw3 l.u. nud to either. Jo"a. mL N W "FWr M-Ma.m 12 N W Fair 2:30 p. ia. 1 N W Fair p.u IS W Fair WtOp. m It' S W Fair steenuuiperatar 13 above sera. Temperature ol Mm date In ISM 46 abort. Tomperature of aamsd.telQlsK314o0sbove. temperature ol earn date In 132, 44 abort aero. I look for warmer weather tha first week In ApriL CITY MATTERS. W. A-.WMt, ol Bellelontaine, is at tbe Arc...

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. — 18 March 1885

ttMiar,"- '- liiirtiifiriiir-" --v "-- -, - -iWiTfMWmf S -& " - -- -" .'-:T;.--?:'-;--.--y-:.r'v ,. - i i 'T ! ill 7s i l IssssssssstfslTrlssM :--f..T --i jsjBBBJIIiMsssssssssssssssffl Hff-v VT3pBHH-HHMMM . , n. . -Slt &LOBE RgfjjBUO. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MABOH 18, 1888 Sill gBgagBge-ggsaggggg m gggsgaaaagesHsaBBBggBBag f li.. 5 m 1 f If I t ? .1 CITY" MATTERS. Mrs. J. C. Hollow-ay and daughter haTe re turned from the country, alttr an absence of three wetks, and are "at home." Alter an bbsence of years Dr. Samuel Rtdenour, tormerly of this city, now ol Mex ico, led., is in the city, looking up former friends. Mrs. Myers, living at 71 West High street, telephoned the police that a carriage robe had been found lying in her yard, this morning. The robe is at olice headquarters awaitirg an oncer. Mr. E. R. Herringtun, of this city, nnder s'ands that he is chilleagtd by Bob FarrelL Mr. Qtrrington tshes to ssy positively that he is not ia the riag, and does not desire or enjoy any ...

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. — 19 March 1885

?T;:3cNsS .f. gggjjesj-Stiri 'hz"-lztifM V B IlsW Springfield Globe -Republic TIIT3 K1MUNGFIB1.I) GT.OBE, SPKINGFIELD, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, AJICII 19, 1885. ITilf. MPUINOPIELn BEPDBT.IC Voluiuo "V Number 1UU TolumaXXXI. Number -to. i $& iS-t Jjsgwl gwa I i .s &fefeyT3 : 33 .-: ysa ii t OWEN BROTHERS. Indication. WASniMiTO. March 10. For Tennessee and Ohio, slightly colder and geoerally (air weather; winds sbiftirg to northerly. HALF-HOSE Other countries but ours are engaged in this great foot-covering in dustry. Perhaps no country but ours make more comfortable, more durable Hose. Perhaps no store but ours are putting them in the hands of the million they're made for quits so easily. Qur's and their's are near neighbors on the shelves. You can hardly tell the differ ence in quality. You can in price. Here's a domestic regular knit at 10c, and another 2 for 25c; still another 20c. Full regular made, English goods, our own importation, in both super stout and super fine, 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. — 19 March 1885

t.f-r j' ac. -4 iJrv.- rvT s. -.1- .l - j? - 1- t $r - i j JI SSSf??:r9iTS3sEa52i y . , --""' - r .T.U -' --.?.." -- -; ,-.. --'-, TS-fe S'. ' -? 7 isisiS?-.. ' -- - ... ""-l1 .-... .. .i , Ti ""! V-J QLOBE BEPUBUO. THURSDAY igVENTNG, MAHO&119 188B. sans a s"' i- &&&&$ mz iM (4 l f 3Z &kSJL5J WiM !&&& I - 3 : ?V & 3 I. i 1 x i,s. t s 1 B , i ? ' s i I I t a 41 '. 3 WTaiSS ggsgsK 111 sv -GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 'ILOBE-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSi Dally edition, per year, Jilljr edition, per week. $7.50 tS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET 1 Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DOIiLAI? A yEAn. AS comnuislcationi should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, Springfield, Ohio. NOTICE TO KASTKBX ADVERTISERS. Ms. H. C. Shidkr, !3 rrk Bow, New York, la the GioB-UKrinUL's speclsl representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be re...

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. — 19 March 1885

smmtmim- mm ... J-. va,m &&& vv; c.sr. Sfefsa:! 33SG&I GLOBE REPUBUO. THURSDAY EVENING, MAUCH 19 1885. WUTMSS'' S S 1 HPT GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Iiilly Edition. UA.il I HrtTHUL KKIOHX rOeTBISLOCAUTI, AS aKCUADgD BT J. S1UIT, BXrSESSLT TO THB SLOPI-KirCDLIC KuiL It. iteS 6 JO a. u 1C-S0 era 2:0p. n. , , 6-30 p. " 10 !!,. n. tvtuiei. "llaiy Cloudy Cloudy knowing Cloudv Meau teiuperAturt 23 above sera, rpuiperetuie ol aatnf d tcinlN4 47 above. Tetaperature ol Hffl(ll la .k3 52ab.ve. Iexuprtur6 0l umt lit " iw, 55 above rero. A half an inch of snow ftlltolay. 19ln Temperature thla niorojug at 6.S0 a. ni.t 2 above aero. CITY MATTERS. Capt. Afa S. Boshoell s?ndj late New Or leans papers to tbe Globe-Retcblic. Miss Georgia Huben, ot Urlletontaine, who has been TisiliD- Mits Ella Vollratli, on South Limestone street, will return home Fridar. aVoudtrs.' E. H. Brckwith, Norwich, Cjnn., December 18, 1834. stated, "I owe my liio to Warner's Safe Dialttti Cure; when I began its use I pa...

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. — 19 March 1885

,:SsiAm? vfc--; i iMW iMHiiWMii i i i T.iii!ffi.....t:-t'C -- - v-, -, Tn-nafir - irt tit ni-iianfTirt-" .; .? i: 2t-I f5i-;lr i QLOBE REPUBLIC? THDjR9DAY EVENING, ASO& 10, 188 ss? .jaBWMIWlWWCTIBMMWWMlgggaHBBBBBMWMKigW ' ':-'"" r-rr.r.' " Mf iyi - cZ r i B? ' it fc ; t KS4 sa SI 1 $s ill I 1 I I CITY MATTERS. THE SOI V TIl.l.lKS. Opening or the Knrniers Iimtltute Morn ing Snluii. More than oce hundred representative farmers of this county aisemWed in the uper loom oi the court house, at about 10:30 o'clock this (Thursday, March 10,) morn ing, at the opening session of the County Farmers' Institute. The num ber present promises well for the continued interest of the Institute, and the interest man ifested in the questions under consideration will lend to make the session ot great prac tical value to the farmers. In the absence of President Hazzard, Mr. Chas. Stewart was chosen as chairman, and J. II. Jones, secretary. The regular session was opened with music by the choir, Mr. 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. — 20 March 1885

Hr?i o'i iS V issssss81 illl:: ?:-?: i Springfield Globe -Republic I ;ssg2,2 vwslwft-' i' - I riiiKlSwVEIBtKKBnitvitivimimii i -e- - - -s" -Jtri -- --- ------- ', -s "?". " - - -ji--rrs5iM1fiBBHBBHW1fW y HXEHHEai 1- - II -WrllfJ- lllpi I illlllli fell i , Urw; i-sat-?-.1!.' ". .JKi i- vw r: 5 5&S3& fv-ffin fe .4-. 'Z-&k :V 3--3 t-i?i zJMI SsriV., v.3 p-'i k"-3m --vS -"-is 1 1 k i sH. THH I-IMHNGPIE!.!' GIOI1E, I Voliiino V. Number !:. f OWEN BROTHERS. liitlicalluii. H asuington March 20. For Tennessee nd Ohio allej Fair weither, wanner weillirr in northern porliuo, flij-lit changes in temperrtun-, tollowcd by armcr itber is soutljern jiortioo KNEE PANT SUITS. "Dew drop in," they're just too cute, then the assortment, what a field for choice, and a saving of cash. Let svery mother's son within reach of this great money sav ing establishment be clothed from a stock so near; so near to actual cost. We're apart Trom tne rest just a square 20 per cent, and the distance is too...

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. — 20 March 1885

-mS32'al fji-.afciivws?B.-i S? t asss &a aiegASJttBttftTtrBTtrww nBflKftMMWafcM GLOBE REPUBUO. FRIDAY BTCEISTJ-TG, MAROS 26 1888. iati-s "..?-- i 1 Efrl i lift i! - M I -1 I i 6 SLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY QNNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 5LOBEREPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS l Oily edition, per year, Jtlljf edition, per week, $7.50 IScenti. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, OKE DOIiliAI A TEA. AI communication! should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS 4V CO, Springfield, Okie. NOTICE TO KASTfcKN ADVERTISERS. Me. H. C. Sstdke, S3 rrk Bow, Kew York.lt the GuBi-BErcBUt.'s special representative, to whom ill Eastern advertising business, must be referred. FRIDAY EVES IS O, MARCH 20. cut REruitz.tcj.y ticket. For Mayors James V. Goodwin. For City Solicitor: Augustus N. Summers. For Cliy Marshal t William 1L Hughes. For Street Commissioners E. A. Willlams. For Water Works Trustee. Edward C. Qwjn. ...

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. — 20 March 1885

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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. — 20 March 1885

MLMBLiiM.ilililililililtMBBMBBMMKiMiSMHiKIMMHtMl . V'-r-Ki GLOBE-REPDBLIO. Dully Xldltlou. EXTRA FINE SHOES. POND LILY TOILET WASH A Perfumed Vegetable rrcparalion FOR THE TOILET AiSD BATH. Cleansing, Healing and Refreshing. Free from Airmal Fat. A superior shampooing fluil Best article for removing stains and grease spots (rem all kinds of goods. T .ARGE BOTTLE 25 Cents. t kk ufi ro1N(SLOiUTr. AtKKUOiUVD BT J. DSURY. UrftKMlY rOtTHIHUHB-KEfCBUC tfl GLOBE EEPUBUO FRIDAY EVENING, MAECH 20, 1885 ' ; jf ll mnBg.-RPPnBT.inl ' msi!S I -- ,.f I Sill Xt -?f Is I- Dully addition. A arch 19 "a l ! d tviii. 6 J k. i. S' N H Gear i t t. w 18 K W Fair 4 .f f u .. ,. 2 N W hnowiog 0p.i. w 12 N W Clrar lmm' - 10- N W Miowlng We announce with pride that we now have a full line of the faiwus Ha nan & Son's FINE SHOES FOR MEN. These I loods are 1HE FINEST IN THE WORLD. The stock is of tne celebrated Cordovan French Calf, soft as kid, and superb-' ly finit hed ; the workmanship is the best that m...

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