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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 25 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THE SI11INCP1E1I OWiHE, I Volume V. Nimlor JO". f spiujSgfield, orao, Wednesday evening, :nli?ou 25, is85. $ TIIK Hl'UINfiPIEI.n TlEIinT..IC I Volume XXXI. .Vumber Ol. ; S ; l ! I I i ; I vm gi pei m &-m& &t &mm Rftf StSv fc5? ---''- ti ". : ,-h - g sV- JVJ k&JZl'- -' 2-- J ,5r . - . v ytf-h: ,: v- -vsa .jf3 .-? r,--?. --"?.'': &irfe OWEN BROTHERS. llltlicilllnnft. Washington March 25. For Tmoeipce and Ohio Valley (5 em rally lair weather m nu: n... t 1 .:..- : Tu.nu. . BliuhtlycMiTia eastern iwnicn; staiiunary, iuiiuwei w umu n.'iu:iniit4C iu "rai, r hiav fhittiog to southncsteily in Ohio Wiley and westerly iu Tennessee, ulJ falling barometer id western portion Read you, who are overall wearers, who are undecided where to get the nearest to cost of materials and making. Is it not here with the manu facturers ? Not a quarter can be seen elsewhere that are in stock here every day in the year. The smallest patch of profit satisfies. ...

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. — 25 March 1885

SLOBE BEPUBUO. NYEDMgPAY tmsyiNQ, MARCH 26 1888. ?8-u i442 mm r.3S3 3B .&,& t35 -t C.iS- . j-; K?3 2K wmi !Sj.3S ;-&5, S&taS fc Mtf GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE.REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS l Sc'ly edition, per year, Jalljr edition, per week, $7.50 IS centi. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHS DoiiliAI A TJEAI. AH communications should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, SpriagReld, Okie. OTICE TO KASTEUJJ ADVERTISERS. Ma. II. C Ssipkr, 13 I"ark Row, New York, It the Globk-Ueitblil's special representatiTe, to whom all Eastern adterlising business, must be referred. WEDXESDA 1' EVEMSO, MARCHIi. CITT XEeUBZ.ICJ.ii TICK.KT. For Mayor: James P. Goodwin. For City Solicitor: Augustus X. u turners. Fur City Marshal : Willliin II. Hughes. Fur Street ComsulsaloDer: E. A. Williams. For Water VTorka Trustee: Edward C. Gwyn. XOirjkMIJP JtEfVltLI...

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. — 25 March 1885

pmeaaBgMMMMBBW MBMMI &maOmMMBt&&fadGt&i!!liJ .?t?attlfeMMBlMBEfcfe.ctaM -3!3,1ifc,ffi1flirTw'c:'B ' GLOBE REPUBUO. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAECH 25 1885. """J -" V GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. VAtl HKATHKK KM! OKI FOtTUSLOCAUTT. AS aaCOXDSD T J. CtCBT, nxracssLY ron thi eioea.KxrcjSLic. March 24 ius. 6 dOa. m 15-SO a. m 2:J0p,m S-30 p. " i ) n. m luu nitd 24 Sfl 36 S W 40 s w 36 8 W 34 W Fair Fair llaiy Cloudy t louuy Mean tomperaturi. 369 above aero. Temperature ol urn dais in ISM, 51' above. Temperature ol Bamedtt. In IS S33 above. reiaperature ol same lata In Itm, mbove zero. CITY MATTERS. J. L. Kirk u back at the Arcade trom a lew days visit to his home at Warren, 0. Mr. Wo. MeGowan, the well know livery stable man ol Dayton, spent yesterday in the city. Mr. and Mrs. A. Vf. Eichelberger, of Day ton, spent Sunday in the city with Mrs. E.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton. Stated conclave Friday evenirjj next of Palestine Commacdery Xo. 33, K. T., at which tie ...

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. — 25 March 1885

C. jA-T, IS 1 CITY MATTERS. Conltion ol Uolunrt Kinney. We are at last able to announce, author itatively, that Col. Coates Kinkv, tbe senior editor and proprietor ol tbe GLOBS-nsrcBLic. U really much btrtter and is reasonably ture ol recm ering, from his serious and protracted I illness. Miss Carrie Smalley is visiting friends in Xenia. F. J. Webb will oe to Enon the first of April. J. B. Brewer, of Yellow Springs, was in town today. Jlinnie North, of West Pleasant street, is on the sick list. Miss Mupgie Wrard, of South Charleston, is visiting Lizzie and Mamie DeLay, ot West Main street. F. H. Farr, of Waynesville, who has been attending school here .or some time, returned home today. Prohibition club meeting tomorrow even ing at the usual place, Caristadelpbian Hall, on West Main street. Remember the Eighth ward Republican caucus tomorrow evening at 7:30 p. m., at County Clerk's office. W. Scott, ot Bellefontaine, who is traveling for Montanns k Garwood, is stopping in the city f...

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. — 26 March 1885

lMViSa5 SrfjJetStoa .JTyi3SiiiiiiMn!CKmm saw Springfield Globe-Republic TIIK NPKINGFIELI GLOBE, I Volume V. Number lOK. f SPRrNGFIELD, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 2G, 1885. (THE 8PBINGPIELT) REPD1ITJC 1 Volume XXXI. Number IBS. 5M liittMiffiiiKBHnHHHffiraraBBilBiHSSHSBl 2SMHMiisi3Hi Tips- If a"1 I far L OWEN BROTHERS. Indication. Washington'. Mrcli 2G. For Tennessee and Ohio Valley Fair weather, followed in Oaio Valley by local raius ; warmer w eather, winds chitting to westerly in Ohio Valley; variable winds, generally easterly in Tennes see, falling barometer. The Here -AND THE COMING. It's the time of year lor changes of ell forts. From heavy to light weight overcoat.0, heavy to light weight suits, heavy to medium or light weight underwear. It's the time too, to buy with your eyes wide open. There's been many changes in values wjthin the past few months, favorable to con sumers. It's no secret. Clothing is CHEAP, cheaper than ever known before. A dollar nearly tqnals two of a y...

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. — 26 March 1885

VI? GLOBE BEPTJBUO. THUBSDAY EVENING.TMAROH 26 1888. 1 1 I I, SLOBE-REPUBLIC, DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., proprFetors. kobe-republic building, west hiqh st. Cor. Walnut Alley. TEBMSl Oily edition, per jear, JjJIjt edition, per week, $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLLAR A TBA. A3 communications should bo addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, Springfield, Ohio. J.OTICK TO EASTERN ADVERTISERS. Ms. II. C. Sktdeb, 13 l"ark Eow, New York, Is the Globe-Eeitbuc's special represenUtiTe, to whom all Eastern adTertlsicj; business, must be referred. TUURSDAT EVES ISO, MARC11 20. CITY KKPUllLlC.iy T1CKBT. For Mayor: James P. Goodwin. For City Solicitor: Augustus X. Summers. For Cliy Marshal: Williim II. Hughes. For Street Commissioner: E. A. Williams. For Water Works Trustee : Edward C. Gwyn. tow snip jtrruitLiCA ticket For Trustees: Joseph narrisoc, Vm. H. Craig, John M. Stewart. For Justice of the Peace...

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. — 26 March 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 2 1885. f 8 , . , : ! 1 GLOBE -REPUBLIC. lull -Edition. 4sAtt - Ht f I H It UK OKI rO THIftLOCAUTf. AH BkCOEDsfD BT J. DKUftl. KXrBSS3LT FOR TUKNLOf E-UKPDBLIC. March 25 3. i I Mid .w.ueT C Jfa. bi 16 , N. Oar 1 V &. in . . . 31- I SW K.Ir r 39 " Fair iO p. "i -. 31 H lear V r m 2" I W Clear rl twrur d ie in t 4 41 ilivie. Tetuiraiurc o tame t ti h SSatme. Tp-Pitnr ' uwi riftt i . 36' nUve rero. ine imei iMiocarrif-u on my zins n'uv im out I are i nvjue t si to rut i li.uk in its iiir p'tueauil nay nothing about it. CITY MATTERS. Mrs. Jsraes D.cus and Mrs. William lliiley will leave this tvmiiig ou a visit to lii nJs in Baltimore. Geo. B. Sm'.th and '. A. Clark departed this morning via the C, C, C .t I. lor San Francisco. Ttey will stop off at Xew Or leans to take in the Exposition. Mr. II. U. Marshall, the lanndrjman, was called to DaUoa on account ot the sudden death of tis brother, who was found dead in bis bed on yesterday morning. Su...

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. — 26 March 1885

.&PyP"'fcii'3 L. ri-"-. ar!r a GLOBE BEPUBLIO, THURSDAY EVENING, MAHOH 26, 188B ROUSE AND PARSONS. CITY MATTERS. CHAS. LUDLOW. CALL THIS WEEK JNJD SHEEJ OUR KT3E1-V7- -A.H.H.I1T.XjS OF" POND LILY TOILET WASH A Perfumed Vegetable Preparation FOR THE TOILET AND BATH. Cleansing, Healing and Refreshing. Free from Aivmal Fat. A superior shampooing fluid. Best article for removing stafri3 and grease spots from all kinds of goods. A. A. King, ot Cleveland, is in the city. Mr. Sjierry, of Messrs. Owen Brother, is back from the East. The suit of Peel against the skating rink managers is in progress today, before 'Squire Bightmejer. People like to laugh whan they go to the theater, and such plays as "1-20-8" afford tbem liberal op, ortunity. Mr. Burt II. Whiteley, who has beta quite sick erer since the night of the Keifer ban quet, is on the street again. Emma Abbott has the largest and most ex pensive company this year that she has erer traveled with. Their route through the country has ...

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. — 27 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic T1IT3 MlMU-'GFTVT.iJ GIOBE, I Volume V. Kumber lOO f SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAUCH 27, 1885. I THE 8PBINOFlELI IlEPDHTilC I Volume XJCJC.I. IV umber Q:i. re i OWEN BROTHERS. IntllcntlotiR. Wasuikgtov, March 27. Tenrersee and Ohio, partly cloudy weather Rnd local rains, westerly to northerly winds in Oftio Valley; southerly wind? in Tenets ee; slightly colder in Ohio Vallev. REALLY FINE SUITS. At the prices we are quoting at our extensive Clothing Estab lishment, a man of small means and modest income can afford to indulge in the luxury of A REALLY FIXE SUIT OF CLOTHES without subjecting his finances to a too trying strain. Gentlemen of a thrifty tura of miad-- including, especially, those who are skeptical respect ing the merits of ready-made garments are invited to look through the department of our Store devoted to Suits made of the best qualities of Imported and Domestic "Worsted Fabrics, Diagonals, Corkscrews, Pin- checks, etc., here shown ...

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. — 27 March 1885

tigBytsaraw&Bi iaagwrwiiiiii r1;issMpats?aW.WIfc; -y ywrssegiga GLOBE BBFPBLIO, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 27 1888. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. rUBLISHED iT ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 4L0BE-REPUBUC BUILDING, WE.THIQH.T. Cor. Wlnut Alley. TERMSI Daly edition, per year, - 1 M slly edition, per week, - t5 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DOIjLA A TEAB. M cantmnnlcitioiui should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, SprlagfeM, OHa, NOTICE TO EASTERN ADVEBTISEBS. Me. H. C. Bxydzb, 2S Park Bow, New York, Is the GLOB-BaTCBUi.'s special representative, to whom ell Eastern advertising business, must be referred. FRIDAY EVESISG, MARCH 37. CITT MXPUBLICJ.il XICKBT. For Mayor t Jamee F. Goodwin. For City Sollclton Augustus N. Summers. For City Marshal i William II. llughea. For Strwt Commissioner! E. A. Williams. For Water Work Trustee s Edward C Gwjb. xowssnip nr.vvm.iCA xickxt For Trustees l Joseph Harrison, Vn H. Craig, J...

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. — 27 March 1885

WJJfrrtWgimi ML mi CI a. GLOBE REPUBLIC. FBIDAY EVENING, MARCH 27 1885. !l i 18 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Sally Edition. (IJII . t H t It tCtti OKI TBU LOCALITY, At SSCOKOXO BT J. DXUBT, EXriESSlT FOB TBB Lot I-MPCPLIC March 26. .Mi JOa. m tv'V)a. m 2:J0 p. - 6 80 p. m . 1 nd 30 8 4o S W 51 H W 4. S W 40 S W Our ler Fair Hear F.lr Uau ltU4.iHT.tur 43' store at-ru. rtinivntliir at same tint In l"-4. 41' above. Temperature of Mm i.U- ti. li-n 33" above. HMrperatup-OI esmi M In !-, S9" al-oie aero. CITY MATTERS. Toe case of Peel against the skatinc rink managers was decided jesterdav in fivor of the latter. Stated conclave this evenioi; ol Palis.ine Commander; Xo. 33, K. Tat which the Red Cross degree will be conferred. Vuit.ng fratere courteously invited. Regular meeting tonight, also, of Moncritffa Lodge, a nights ot Pvtbias. The Urbana Citizen notes tbat work has already been entered upon (or the erectii n, by Ganson i Co, of n new stable building, to replace the one burned early this week. 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. — 27 March 1885

J4 GLOBE EEPUBLLO FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 27. 188 ROUSE AND PARSONS. CITY MATTERS. CHAS. LUDLOW. CALL THIS WEEK ACTIO SBB OTJH NJJW AHH.IVja.IjS OjF DUST OFF. CLEAN UP. Feather Dusters. A fresh stock of best qua ity dusters. All select, split feathers which never break. Now for sale at lower prices than ever. R. G. McCIurr, who attempted suicide at Urbana, Ohio, last Saturdnj, wLile under at test for horee-stealinp, is dying from hia wounds. Mr. V. L. Deminc, with tUobllrer Jfc Dent ins' Manufacturing Company, Salem, Ohio, is is the city, guest of Will Webb, of Btuca, Hauk & Co. Nothing doing in Common Pleas Court to day. Judge Goode has gone to Lima, Ohio, on legal business, but will return this erening and hold court tomorrow. Seventh Ward. There will be a meeting of the Republicans of the Serenth ward next Tuesday eTening at the Southern engine house. By order of Committee. SPONGES, CHAMOIS, HOUSE-CLEANING GOODS. ALL THE LATEST SHAPES AND MOST DESIRABLE STYLES. I Mr. Super, of ...

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. — 28 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic TI1K Sl'UirGFIKLI GLOBE, Vol xi in o "V. Number HO. SPKTNGFIELD, OHIO, SATUKDAT EVENING, MARCH 28, 1885. JTHE SPRINGPtELD REPUHUC I Volume IXXI. Number 84. f OWEN BROTHERS. liitllcatlmiN. Washington, March 2S. Tennessee and Obio, slicbily coldtr weatber, 1 cal ra ns, fol lowed by fair weatber, noitherly winds. To suit the times prices must naturally fall. They've fell and we've gathered thf m in. They're here just aoout as soon as they appear in the eastern markets. Think ot buvicg fine Lislethrcad Half Hose at 40c, and a belter one at 50c. Hand some Balbripgans 25c, 40c, 50c Solid Blacks, at 35c, and some more, none less. We are surprised oursilves. Imagine 10c ocks going for a nick'e, a quarter tor 15c, aome 3 pairs for a quarter, 2 purs for a quarter and s on. Jfeckwear, a litils out of gear with the market, 25c, "oceans of them" marked down from 75c, 50c and 40c. If you htppen to be easy to please, it's easy to save. This cut is fttah, it'a the time 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. — 28 March 1885

QLOBE HEPUBUO. SATTJBDAY gVENHirGMAROa 28""1888. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IT aiTOEY, NICHOLS ft CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIM BT. Cor. Walnut Alley. TSSMil tally edition, per jear, all; edition, per week, - $7.50 II exit. Weekly Globe-Republic. ASbOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DOIiIiftl? x Vhai. Al comrnunlations should be tMtwmtt to KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, SfiSM, Okie. KOTICE TO EASTEBN ADTKBTISEBS. IU. II. C BTnB, 23 ruk Bow, New Tork.Is the GLOBZ-KxrcBUc's special representatlTe, to whom all Eastern sdrertlsicg business, iniut be referred. SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 88. CIXT BXrUBZICAS T1CKBT. For Mayor t Jamei F. Goodwin. For City Solicitor i Augustus N. Summer. For CIt j Marshall William H. Hughes. For Street Commissioner! E. A. Williams. For Water Works Trustee: Edward C. Qwjm. XOWXSBIF BKPUBLICAlt SICKS) For Tmateeai Joerpb Harrison, Win. EL Oalg, John M. rttrwart. For Jaetlceof the Peace i William A. Stout. For Constab...

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. — 28 March 1885

ill; QLOBE BBPTTBIld. SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 28 1885. HI - --' GL0J3E -REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. IMil H XA I H rK KK'UKI SO THMUMMUTT, AS KBCOaDITO ET 1. S1DBT, XXraESSLl rOITBKUtOFK-ltKrUSUC. March 27. S. H mid Miner. 6J0a. m ! SW I Cloudy H-SO a. m . SI 8 U I Fair 2:0 p. m 57 W 1 Fair 6-30 p. m . 45 W I Fair in n p. t 40 W 1 lair Meaute-'tiperBtur 43" above aeru. reiuperatuie ol same dale in ?'i 52 above. Temperature cf Mm Lie in If 31 above, temperature ol urnt t In l", 35' above aero. CITY MATTERS. C. J. Coffman, of Dajton, was in the city yesterday. A. B. Coley, agent for the Partincton Com pany, is at the LajonJa Uoue. John McUonigal, of the Arcade Hotel, is feeing the eleplant at Cincinnati today. Miss Allie Mills, ot Columim;, is vhitioj: her sister, Mrs. William Wood, 216 West High street. Mr. David Snivel, brother ol Edwin Shivel, ot the GLOBi-Rtrciuc, has been Waiting the latter gentleman, and left last evening. Yesterday llaud Crowell was fined $10 and costs and Lena $1 ...

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. — 28 March 1885

MfaegigfllllMP111 zzz&e-..-- .... , ! .. , " ,WJIM" GLOBE BEPUBLIO. SATUKDAT EVENING, MAEOH 28. ROUSE AND PARSONS. CITY MATTERS. Mrs. Joseph Cartmell went to Cincinnati this morning. Dr. Carson's Nerve Tonic, Tail rriPiii(int list rin ni1 in- u ..- wmr.t. f.-.s , t. t ,.... d.. President Ort, ot Wlttenbers;. and his wife, took the noon train south on the C, C, C. & I. todaj. Henry ileete, n I, H- k W. freight con ductor, was arrested at Urbana yesterday lor allowinc his train to obstrnct a street crossing. This delayed pasjenger t:ains and it is pro po.Mj i to sue the city. Why not plant out a few elms in the city? They make magnificent shada trees and art tar handsomer than onr horse chestnuts and maples. The climate is good,' all that is needed is to plant the first lot, and others will follow suit. Members of the Methodist ProtesUat church surprised Mrs. Foley at her reaidenca Thursday evening and th.re was a delightful time. Tha L.dy was presented with some Tery nice art...

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. — 29 March 1885

ss?s?s ManVnnnanVaVntSn&i ' .,.ii: - Sls" annnwnnnnnnnnlrBleHerjnnjaaE3PrPl!SJr .J3Bi " - """ ""jKr".? rrZe'r-z" 771 j1 ."HiBersp-WnnwwMn M3 ("-asr irtrv- y--w - - , . , : - -Br aw! f? ,?iXJJss -Republic k;s-.kl gga&sS Sis,- TUB WIlllil-,lIll GI..OIIX:, ( Volume IV. Numhcrlltr. SPEnsTGFlELD, 01J 0, SUXDAY MORNING, tAEOH 29, 18 5. I TUTS Sl'BINGPIELO nFDHIJC ( iToluine JCX..X. IVumbur 2U7. j w ."w J r . ' fm m Mm W. 1 Hnt t i T A m T m II m X " I OLJiMJiVI VXL.U5Jii ffislf - . . ! tmx?. i i h u OWEN BROTHERS. Iurilcatlouit. Washimgtov, March 2y. TVnreese and Ohio, slighilf colder neither, x& ra nst fol lowed bj fir eat ., northerly wind. THIS ISA PAID ADVERTISEMENT WE PHY, TO SHY, EACH DAY, Bring back the goods it you'd rattier have the money. Xo misrepresentations of quali ties or values. We originated, and liate maintained the system ot one price from the first. Largest and most comprehensive clothing stocks manufactured by ourselves at UticJ, X. Y. Gentli men's wearirg...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 29 March 1885

&C1S;' B9t3 v f: THE GLOBE EEPUBUC, SUXDAY MOBNING. MABGH20 1885 felSfca "-fc'-i: Sft1 mmmmmmmm:mmm FIFTEEN SUMMERS AGO. A Romance of the Nineteenth Century. My pretty Annette, jou haunt mo ct AViihsourbeautifulejesor liquf4 Jet; And try as 1 auay, 1 can nut roryct Thobe halcjon da w hen tirst we met Fifteen sumniers aro. Not a you arc to-nlht, my queen, With jour rival t-r and jour diamond! wieen. But when jou Teri iiusliln? cneet sixteen Aud I was twentj ati and lean Fifteen summers ago. I was a college J outli from town. You wore a country K"l don't frown). Sweet tlmpliciU pun white frown. Tangled curls of darkest brown Fifteen sum mors ago. I eworo that I loved you I thought I did, (I was alwas a ery PuecepUblo kid). And wheniny toldne-aou softly chid. Your dimpled hand In my brown ono hU Fifteen summers ago. The first time I Vb-ol you remember the nijrht? We stood on tho iorch in the palo moon light; Like a bt art led fawn you looked up in affright And murmured: "1 don't th...

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. — 29 March 1885

Sieit-.-.- " " sk&s&I ii5-? :!3!EiS!gSSaHe8aesgSSEEEa!SS SSSS.vs frVinirM i-----a--.- m .1 .laiaiaiai i-a -ai i ....a. . i I . .-.--.rl . ? Hcvsaca EHE GLOBE REPUBLia SUNDAY MORNIKG, MAEOH 2 1885 Baft IS II i , E-iS u lit ; ft IN THE RANKS. fltfulse Chandler Moulton in lTarper'a Bis death-blow struck him; there in the in the rants, with his face to the foe; 3id his dying lips utter curves or tkanksl No one will know. Itm he marclwl on, ho with the rest Still he maicbel on. with his face to tho foe. To the day's Litter business sternly aJdrest; Dead did they know When the day was over, the fierce light done His cheeks were red with the fumct's glow, and they crowned hin there with their lau rel's won: Dead did he know! laurels or row, all one to him now - What to a dead man is glory cr glow Rose wreaths for love, or a crown on his brow; Dead does ho knowl and yet you will see him march on with the rest Nna--nof theuiMlinakesagnodliersunw vue thick of the tumult, jw.tlo I and ...

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. — 29 March 1885

SSSSH fnm mam EStfai THE G3JQBE EEFUBLIO.-SUITDAY MORNIJSG, MABOHJ29, 1885&GHT PA&ES. S 8X720-: ROUSE AND PARSONS T M. GUGENHEIM. i 3 LOB K- REPUBLIC Published Every Sunday Morning GENTS' KANGAROO. One or the most popular Shoes ever deiigned for Gents' Spring and Summer wear is the hand-sewed Kangaroo introduced by us last season. Soft as kid, and light of weight, this Shoe is at once Stylish, Handsome, Comfortable and Durable. We have just received a new line of these goods in Box and French Toe, Button and Congress. SPRING. 1885. flCBE-HtfDBLIC BUILOIKC, WESTH1BH ST. 'J-'m-o Dollars Per Tear, JTlvo Cents Fer Copy. iS5EESS3'S!& i treri-J ity Ccrrtrr to Any rcrt of tU dy. AdJreas all Communications lath SILVDA1' GLOBE-REPUBLIC, SprUarleU, o. AOKltA MOBNlltO XABCH S9, 18S. DAlLt n MATH BB MMI-9BT Pea THIS LOCAUTT. 1S1B0OIOID BT J. DBCBT, KXraESSLT FOB THB ALOBB-BBTCBL1C. Mean tcjupcratun 4S aton aero. Hamperatu I aam date In 1M ST above. Temperatur of bbbm date In tsra. X...

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