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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 21 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 21 March 1885

a'ES8lgSSSS2i3r-r-:-Vi ,," ' v- i-X"- .. .vaiiiidS3&t.-jJ .. . --.' 4 -3 e.SSSSSSSfcv, V-- - " .. -O --VA-f,-3:C5r:-'S-S;-.-" .JK3S3S rrf -- ,-. .-XT-Si r?s vWS-sau' -- -ri gpgeMWBwmwfetgaBaaggjy : ..rir'1! wt LfaaaiWinMHMiiili'gM'l"fll ? ii '- " vSanHBBvHsVflaswjBBVJBnswSsnssa. llp GLOBK REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 21 1888. ' I ffilll 4 jp i ii aw. i ii -isajwsai WiKayi.i ww T M"''lp,'M----"--'---'asst-a 3g mm ie K IE fr f F s !! if l i K aLOJBE-BEPUBLIO B I I DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 4L0BE-RCPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Sail; edition, per year, Salljr edition, per week. $7.50 15 cants. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DoiiIiA A yEAI. M coRimunlcations should be addressed ts KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, Springfield, Ohio. KOTICK TO KAsTERN A1VKRTISERS. lis. H. C Sktdib, 23 Park Bow, New York, Is the Globe-Kepcblk's special representative, to whom all Eastern adv...

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. — 21 March 1885

&&Sgs$ tasaagaaia''? J ife? 'Jilt-'-. GLOBE RKUiiLIO. SATURDAY EVENING, MAEOH 21 1885. I I i ' GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Iully Edition. y ssswsavaa svaTsvaws. sTsvatsvavavavavavsEaswseaavsTaTs-eaTaaaTsvsvsassi . Wl i HntR Oh'! FO THWTmjUT, AS KKOtKDCD BT J. DEW. KXPKSttlst rO THELOFK-KErUBUC. iLtrvb 20 o. 1. . J -.. 6 -, a. m, I 4" 0 N W Clear lirWuni . - 8 IS W Fair 2:) r. -i -...., - le N W lr .ip. ,n ,, io N W Fair in T; 6 K W Fair of umditin IR4 abore. Temperature ot mm I t n t lSabire. lmprturof MDit dta In , 43" afore rero. For fire la the thermometer has been below freezing, but I lotk for two or three warmer dayi from the 25th to the isth. CITY MATTERS. XAXIXa TUB VICTIMS. The Democratic City Convention and a Doomed Ticket It Makes yulck Work J. J. JSmltli, for .Mayor; W. 1U O'Brien, for MHrikhal; .1,1. Zimmerman, for City Solicitor; Jonpb Bola. tor Street Com ml An It nt r; George Nettd. for Justice of the I'race. The Democratic city convention assembled in the Grand Opera Ho...

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. — 21 March 1885

: ?w-rw "- j-- i' -,t- -j, - . --, -- . ,?' ?V !-' S!sJ35Si5Saa5S - 'i yr? v i 0LOBE REPUBLIC BATUKDA'V EVENING, MAKOH 21, 1885 . ?- 7 " - " m t I ! CITY MATTERS. TIIKSOIL. TILr.FRS. FruitirIulilutr l'rlilaj Aflernoon Se tlou. The UtenJance at the Institute Ktidaj afternoon was greater than at any time here tofore. The session opened at 1 :30 o'llock with music This was followed by the open ingot the iuwtlcu box and a discussion ol Its contents. Numerous questions were asked and fcnswered, but the one which excited the (reateot intett was "How to liaise Healthy Hogs." This was ansvv e-ed by L. X. lion ham, ini most interesting and iostruclire manner. .At the conclusion of his talk upon this subject, Mr. Uoaham read an addret-s upon "W hat Does it Cost Clark County to Raise Injects?" This address, it is agreed by all who were present, was as lull of interest and irstruction as it is possible lor an address to be It contained many valuable sugges tions lor the farmers to ntiVci and ac...

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. — 22 March 1885

1 . ' ill '7'i f Sunday Globe -Republic SfelS s 11 IS HPRINUFIKL.D GLO UK, Volume IV. Number KtO. SPE1oSTGFIEIX, OH 0, SUNDAY MORNING, LAJCH 22, 1885. TII"E 8PIllNOFIEL,l REPDBMC Volume 2UUC. Number auu. .Vti . VWI?J 1 if; Kn .w r K B l- sr " i- 1 lr- I OWEN BROTHERS. Indication. Washinqtov, March 21. For Tennessee and Ohio Valley Partly cloudy weather, local rains or snow, slightly colder in exireme west portion, warmer in central portions. EXACTLY SO. You simply want to buy a suit, the exact kind of a suit, a well made suit, proper fit ting suit, stylish-look ing suit, such a suit as we can recommend, such a suit as you are ot ashamed to wear, or we are not ashamed to meet on the street. EXACTLY SO, We are manufactur ers and retailers of such suits, and only await opportunity to take you through and prove our ability in suiting the most exact ing want. What possibilities are in a store of such mag nitude as 25 and 27 W. Main street require in dividual inspection and some telling 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. — 22 March 1885

?i!r. "iS- -t-Cm-. -5- 'J'r-m Ze sy--: - vtzr'-r.- - 5WB -f-" I'A -- Ti -w ,?-. V Z OjCr :i.'Jrt-. - t--X - : - ?i ILS V r -- rfr.fv ' ti & i"S I f if THE SOUL'S FAREWELL TO THE BODY. So ire must part forever. Anil although 1 lonjr tuu e beat my witim and er.ed to go Free from jour narrow 1 inlta and control. Forth into apace, tbo titio uouio or the Kul; Tet now, yet now that hour Is drawing near, 1 pause reluctant, finding j ou eo dear. All joys await mo lu the; realm of God: Must you, mr comrade, molder id the sod? I was your captive, vet you were my lave: Tour prisoner,' et oled ence you irare To all my earnest wishes and command. Now lo Iho n inn I leave those willing hands That to'lcl for me, or held the book I read. Those feet that trod where er 1 bade them tro-id, Thoo arms that cla'ped my dear ones, and . the brean On which oue loved and lovlnf heart found rest. Those lip thro' which my prayers to God hat o r.een. Those oes that wcro the windows of my prison. From the-e....

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. — 22 March 1885

w!M;t: : - -- 5 V r - -.. - ,-. -.. - j. J?E& :I(sss"ssassssirMHesississssssssssssssssss1cBes i.'iCj'i'-J-w aWti.tu . avi" -e-i----- , - .a jLifc-i5r - w ' f v. - T i.i--Jiu,j - n l'WfflWiTTTTnH!iTWMsa - -"1 immwmmmK' Esar43fri.te .... .-.-,... " mm wii i mtmm . ;Ei&&eBuacaiB&&afcT$FEKxyi&.j .vTrTn ri ,t r?gE2-aynMr,irT s -..-r, ., ,-, ,-.saw-.-JBg KSBSf ST 15- &SSBB" IT StsaiK- -' WM I KB. xxs - is W THE GLOBE REPUBLIO. StTNDAT MORNING, MARCH 22 1885 j ffl 1? - 5- J? , . i" -,--, . -. 'v-.l -,-' -I -. TV.- ,- v s. l :'ii i -. v-' I il; -' ff 2 t. I i' .' INTO SPACE. tUla Wheeler Wucox, If the fa I ult world should jump a cog Some time in its dizzy spmuiti:;. And go o(f tho track witb ami len jog. What an en.l would coma to the snuiingl What a re-t Irom otnfo and tho burden of life For the millions of people in it; What a way out of care and worry and "ear. All in a beautiful minute. As Vound ths run with a curving sweep It burrie, nud run and races. Shou...

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. — 22 March 1885

- r t l-, & &?tit1Z&k.,JfvttxJ-?- t-.r.-V ,i k 181 u FHE GLOBE HEPTJBLIO. SUNDxVY ORNIN'Q, MARCH 22, I8b5--EIGHT PAGES. LAGONDA BOTES. ROUSE AND PARSONS. T M. GUGENHEtW. 1 fc-g 1885. ttKfVHLlC ItiroHTVK. SPRING. NEW Lone Mar Loilce I. . . K. An tllil Resident fiolne West The OmuiiiR En tertainment of the Young iVtt'a Lit erary Society lriM.ea liuproirnteut of the Lacoiiiln Street Car Line l'er aonal Mention of 1'ersou ami 3lntler Ueuernlly tiff Our Suburban Milage. Mr. A. D. Miller and Sfe, of Urbana, were the put sis ot the Lsjloums, tbe fast week. Mrs. James Killcn will return from Wasnesville, the coming week. The Degree Staff of Lone Star Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., confeired the initiatory degree on a candidate last Monday evening This Lodge has taken in several new members lately, aid is ready for as many more. The Degree Staff will go U Catawba on next Saturday evening, to prove to the brttLren there that there are great advantages in a Degree Staff in conferring decrees ...

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. — 22 March 1885

i!56c Sg& ' Lk If Rll m ! m fi. i - i m crdfllssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss f - - .THE GLOBE REPFBPO. SUNDAY MOHWTO. MAJROH 22 1885 - f- fclSRi Kcft.rethcn.ittlo. I he here one week from to-dav. When I CLOSB COKPOKA'I IONS. ..DrllIulncre no uonmiueu. "on a I n. ., n . . .... ,.... I ' T-! ' t ' ' f ISVVI I vnrtfAr IIPnirTAi:! '' I 1. A VI-1I .! 1I-..1.L TI..I. .. I On tho hill we stood silent. farm-lands. In the blue of tho distance camo marcblmj the foe, . , , ... Tcllow-rii are the fields, and blood-red la the reaper . . . Hush! the tread of the Southron swells faint from below. Ate we ready? Standfast! Have ye death In TnuririusVvlfV Js there slieil in jouriruns? Havo ye heart forlhuflautr Ifyewinon this day victors' peace Is your cucrdon; If the enemy triumph (!wl pity the right. Are wo ready? Standfast! Trust your souls to your Maker, Looo the t-tei-1 of your bolts, feel your soniTfton of lead Hush! the chant of destruction anon ...

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. — 22 March 1885

r i " M rti-Tf i Mtmmmmimam Hrtmmt.mr nair -'- l'ty,p-t -jnp'-T -ggg , - i.U ECluaWCLui:-JJiuu- WrtwiHniiHi tiipma THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 22 1885 U r ft r j OVER THE SsA. tThe Arcosy 1 I am looking Lak through the days anl week That l.e iti tLe s l-adowy Ian I of ycre, And a waking spirit stirs and t renin, VUe spirit of daad years gone bafore. Speaks with a murmur of mournful sighs In n voice that carries tho sound of teirs Anil, lightaig tho lamp of its la-MOiiata ejos. It ojwns the shroud of the buried J ears The w,u J is blow in; up from the wo'd, Tue stars are shining doun on tha sea. Bat the wind is bleak, and tha light is co!.L Aud 'tis only of jam th;y ipeak to me. For the w ind cnce toyed with a silken tress Ami the stars once shona on a sa ntly face; And how can a faithful love crow les. Or a uew love take the old love's place! The sea is w irl.ng ur t j my feet. Singing its monody, sift an I low; But the wmg of tha sat i deadly sweet. For I min 1 how it...

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. — 22 March 1885

jV - . V 1',TrsSa(ileHaF.L"rafcertfe.tVwiiiW-l'E - - i ' , - .-- '.-Js. juStTCT i , "a-T '. r- -- -....- -J"- -- - .--fc &--- ' -iV. .'. - --- --.-.. -,,- Timii-inMitiMiBWihfuiiiaMirM'niMiriTM i - .-- --y--;',,-.;-. .: ; "", t- :" n i mjitm iiiii""" ' - ' . - . - ' vWMMsEsimgwSTiss sVmK . - ., -. - ' "J'wsismiam,mssi..mms- - " . ! , - ' .,. j. T- 3HMmVsWJI!IETCi!"J&s2eiKfr s '---."smTJmmTJmmt cki B I THJS MJOBX HSPUBUO. gUSTAY MORjriN'G, MAROH 22, 1885-.MGHT PA&E& M K f. -tr& ??m A- . oj --.'41 S-3?li i--j.rtta " WEBm TTWDA.T The strikes on the Jay Gould system of UOITT filTR CIW N HKOHliK "' ' rowo' ,wo' Kraln "1D,Ier Rni1 cutter' and III III I lt sjWffMjlT - I I illv U A vvjlw - -. v y LOBE- REPUBLIC Pabliilid Irery Sunday Morning !ltlHH!llt!lll!ll!,(SIIIIt8SI. Two Dollars Ier Tear, Flvo Cent" Per Copy. i ntred by Carrier to Any Part of th City. A Urrra all Communlmtlons to the SUNDAY GLOBE-REPUBLIC, Sprlnslald, O, no if da Moaxma xabvii as, isss. U A II. I nUA...

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. — 22 March 1885

IWs-Vsp.t&i' '! SSH THE GLOBE aEPHBIiia ttTNlULT MOBISmG, MAUCH 22, 1885. fiKiHT PAGES. JONES & SONS, CARPETS. Lv 1 r? M I ' .& I NEW CARPETS! NEW CARPETS! Having received our NEW SPRING STOCK, and. as we buy m job lots or old styles, you can see the Handsomest Line of NEW PATTERNS ever shown in Springfield. Wool Ingrain, from 15c. to 65c. OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADES AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. 2-OTTRJ3 RBSPBCTPDLLY, JONES & SON, COR. MAIN AND LIMESTONE STS RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. IIMMS A.XO rOIMTS OF SPECIAL 1STERE&T. Gathered and Complied by One Who Keep Ere and Ears Open for the Ben. ellt or SprlnKtlrld Headers -The Fntnre of Springfield Wonderful Achievement of a Springfield Author Description, ot a Elrcant Residence Political, Social. Musical and General Notes, t was talking the other day with a leading citiien of this city, a man with vait inter ests, and ot rare judgment and foresight. The conversation dritted to the fntnre of Springfield, and the further dev...

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. — 23 March 1885

ai .. ..vT. - .... .srTiT .... . . N-nrftajftgar-y-r - --- ..T-rFMgr--;.- - -. . ..,-,, - --inifiiissWsBP TSia? V ,. ' - - ,-1 Springfield Guobe -Republic I THE SPBINOPIEIi" GLOBE, I "Volume V. Wumter 105. f SPBEEreFIETJ), OHIO, MOKDAY EVENING, MAUCII 33, 1885. (THE HPniNGFIB) T IIEPTJIITIC t Volume .XXLJE.!. Vunvber 40. mw-s bssbbsssswh m ii-niiTMinimi-i t-a.T-a- -"J -JFfrJ"?irTir-"-i'' "n,---r - i Mm iim sum ibssm ai ,"ti'r,v,f(Bsac-!es&'"-'i 'Et , r- ; t- , . i mubssii hssssssmbsmmbiii Vte-,v ""u liU. iiMIHIMIMIIIj.il::. , ml ii ......iii.mw. i, -,,.,, 7,f? i, n ,,,n. .. twe....,;,;rarr-rrrrfaE .in. mwafi i i T ;?TliWWiiJTlfMliii'Ui"ig" iW ! WW. Iligaln W najBSajryg e t l OWEN BROTHERS. Indications. Wasiinoton, March 23. For Teanessee and Ohio Valley Fair weather, slowly ris ing temperature; winds becoming variable and generally shifting to southwesterly. OVERCOATS! It is hardly necessary to detail prices. It's enough to know we manufacture these gar ments and retail them at ...

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. — 23 March 1885

,?Sfi,rvf --2 X0 iiyliflg mtmai,mmm -rtc- Sfcl 'J'Fd 'JiS-.-MV t rf GLOBE REPUBUO. MONDAY EVENDsfG, MABQHTS3 1885. IS&-' -;) lit lie Bis- i SL0BE-REPDB1IC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY OTNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOK-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS l Mly edition, per year, Mljf edition, per week, - $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. lAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, Oke Dollar a ysA. AI communications should be addressed U KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, Springfeld, Ohio. JiOTICK TO KA-STEU" ADVERTISERS. Ma. H. C. Sxtdkb, 13 lark Eow, New York, Is the Globi-Bkfcbuc's special rcpresentatlTe, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. MONDAY EVES IX O, MARCn 23. CITT XJEPUltLlClX TICKET. For Mayori James I. Goodwin. For City Solicitor! Augustus X. Summers. For City Marshal t William II. Hughes. For Strret Commissioner! E. A. Williams. For Water Works Trustee i Edward C Gwyn. towhsbmp jiepuhlicax neater For Trustees...

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. — 23 March 1885

sSSmsI .''leJ&ii gfFtWI&M S5? fyff-"!rJ- - ;;- TT-siiS?- -' -' fe 4 ..r?r -" v is"lf - -i ?& TV.. "-! ri-TTT'SW ", GLOBE HKPDBLIO. MOHBAY EVENING, MA.B01I 23 1BSS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. OaUy EdlUon. O.lltl HTK Mil OUT VOlTKUUiClllTI. AS KECOaDED BT J. DIDBY, KXrBUSLT rOKTBKBLOPE-HirCEUC March 22. &. w7 wind n miner. e 0 a. tu 4 HE Gear e-.ni IG N E I Fair S:JO p. u JO N E Fair :J0 p. 17e N 1- I Fair 10.30 p. n U N E I Fair Mean le.tiperatur 14 above aero, reuiperatur. ot oaf date Id is?4 54' abure. Temperature ol same lt,. Is. i-x. IS abore. teiip-'ratun-olea-ae. dst in 1 32 above sero. The weather has been discouraging for the lot week, but we now propose te 1ft up a little tomor row, i.od kef pon letting up until toundar, but you may expect it cool on Monday and Tuesday of neat wetk. CITY MATTERS. Rct. H. K. Fenner, of Louisville, Ky., bas been here ECTeral da;:. Faoeral jerrices over the remains of Free man Church will be held at his late residence on Laj-onda avenue, w...

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. — 23 March 1885

irk Sgg8PiiSSS&S jSibbl f4r'- r'-n'T-- .. S" "- f m JsCS & TMhfc. 1 n - ,Z -J v-v4 tfr: S GLOBE REPUBUO. MOSDAY EYENINQ, MARCH 23, 1885 CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS: CHAS. LUDLOW. L Ntllis Ingersoll starts on tbe road thil morning tor a clgir nctory at Urbi na. HaaKAM a mi. ihwl in ii ' ininii-iM "J rflfm,.'. i &m ISP! r - f's x-" g '-KvJg fc; sr M r fell The cuit ol Russtll & llouck acainst A. K. Kearcs was conipromirJ this morning. Tbe Cbanfrau Company, wlrick has been at tbe Arcade all last week, left for Marion this morning. Xenia Gazette: "Miss Belle Wilson, of Springfield, is the guest of Mrs. M. A. Broad Etone. She came down to attend tbe party last night." Tbe skating rink had a fair attendance Saturday night. The suit of Mrs. Peel against tbe new managers cornea off Wednes day morninj. The vt eather prophets promise a let-np in the prerailing frigidity toward the middle and last of the week, but Rive no assurances as to length ot time it will last. There ...

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. — 24 March 1885

iM.TiiT t .. . " i 1 Tn- " HlfiU-iTT Ti -flit TTjT" M lei'i . H ' ! II IiFi'Wi li tas,- --- "-"' IT llll SM JI-- 1..1W- -'fc II I I tSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl ononononononononononononononononoOM onTononononononononononononelir -- - - - - - -r-- -1; I iW I U Mi II Mi i u m i I I I I IHiMh Mill ii I I III I onollSBWO I H II IMeT ?g iiaTirMBifiiMinii slrtfwwimfMmrmmmm J-JJW' ljjJaMitsioWsSJI W.tiyar-SJhliraMjM ; -fig r--a, Vt;' -t ' '-nm x?x. S'gv s's? "53KO'"" "" r"T - Springfield Globe -Republic SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, TUESDAY!- EVENING, MARCH 34, 1885. TME HPniIVGPIEL,! OTOBE, Volume V. Nnmbra lOU. f THE 8PHINOPIEI.1) REPUHTJC . Volume XXXI Number BO. I ft OWEN BROTHERS. Indication. Wasiigto. March 24. For Tennessee d Ohio Valley Partly cloudy weather and lxI snows; winds tbillinp to westerly in Ohio Valley; variable winds in Tennessee; lightly warmer in eutern porticn; ilitht ri e n temperature, followed by colder weather in western portions. CLOTHES Where to Buy! "Every cellular, vascular, musc...

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. — 24 March 1885

(& jpggglr rrjMmiiy MM - - aLOBE BEFTJBIIO. TUESDAY EYENDfG, MARCH f 24 1886. .. .. ml 19131 i . ii ii-w " " i ! ; i l i , , ,7; " , r jBj i -. -T. -srf J"' r a "-- i .,-.. i ., i- i. i i ' i -i ?k ' f nxLOBE-REPDBLIC DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED 8Y ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. M.OBE-RCPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS i ilij edition, per year, ally edition, per week! $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET! Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DOIiIiAJ A yEAI. All communication! shoUd be addressed it KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, Springfield, Ohio. OTICE TO KASTKKJJ ADVEBTISfcKS. Ms- H. C Sxtiikb, 3 rrk How, Kew York, Is the GiBK-EKrrBU.'s special representative, to whom ell Eastern adtertlsing business, must be referred. TUSSD.tr EVEXiyO, MARCH 24. CIXT BXrUltLICAS TICKET. For -Mayors Junes I. Goodwin. For City Solicitor: Augustus N. Summers. For Cliy Marshal: WlllUm II. Hughes. For Street Commissioner! E. A. Williams. For Water Works Tru...

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. — 24 March 1885

- -SX? t ' i GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 24 188b r ? f ' "J? GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Sally Edition. IfAll.l HMATHtS KM I OUT rO.TRISLOCAUTf. AJ COD0 IT J. DBUBT, urusui roa in euora-axrcaLic. Mudia,ius i. imiil j himi. 6 30.m 2 NW I Clear 10-soa.ta JO l MW I Fair 2:J0 p. - 26 I h W I Qemr .Wp.m 22 I NW Clear ln.Mp.rn 16' I W Owr Mean teuipriur 17 above aero, Temperature I data in 18M Si' bote. Temperature at hi date Id II 21 above. Temperature ol a to 1882, 42 abov aero. IHK IMI.VM CJMHAIVS. smMlcan Ward Caucuses Last Erenlae; Tactiea of tbe Desperate Democracy Necessity That Kepo.bllca.na should Be Ur Themselves. Jakey January's claim, referred to in Fri day's issue, that he had a string on tbe Demo cratic nomination for Major prored well founded, the ticket noamated being that in dicated by the Globk-Rstcblic several weeks ago in a little account ot the doings of a "se cret" cabal which met one evening about that time. That date included Billy Mills for Street Commissioner, but...

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. — 24 March 1885

Br. Carson's Nerve Tonic, TSfl I if I i VSr IS W. A. Barnttt acil family de(wrted this mcrniDg for Xew Orleans. Misses Caliber and Stratton, who were ar rested yesterday a'ternoon at Curtis's saloon and eating-house, were fined $1 and costs for loitering about a tippling place. The concert by the Madame Fry company, tonight, is to be at Black's Opera House; not the Grand as stat. d last evening. At the low figure for admission the Louse ought to be crowded, especially as the Second Lu theran church receives the benefit. Deputy Sheriff, A. J. Baker, went to Dela ware today with a young colored girl named Belle Davenport, who was placed in the girl's Reform School. She is regarded as of uc sound mind and was conducting herself bad ly, having made serious charges against sev eral young men, colored and white. The firemen weie greatly hindered last night in taking up their hose and returning to their houses by several frright trains on the C, C, C. A Iwhich blocked up the cross ing ou M...

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