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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 29 March 1885

i&3Sjji 5, it t f : r THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MOBNIETQ, MARCH 29, 1885. EIGHT PAGES. f IS s- id eeeBH&vSv GRAND SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT! Magnificent and Imposing Display, this Time Eclipsing all Former Efforts. As we aim to make Springfield the Dry Goods Center of the State, and have her as remarkable for first-class Dry Goods AT LOWEST PRICES as she is for agricultural implements, to that end we have made immense purchases FOR CASH. We seek no backing outside turselves, being the outgrowth of our own exertions, having never from the first sought the aid of syndicates or such imaginary humbugs, but always transacting business on a legitimate and honorable basis, henee our success. Our style of business is so well known to this city and outlaying towns as to need no further comments, all knowing that when they want Dry Goods or Carpets at bottom figures KINNANE, WREN & COS is the Place to Get Them. Read the following Frioes and Come This Week and See the Goods: 25 We shall...

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. — 29 March 1885

LL&JBj X m Tho Artist's Secret. The artist's work was done, tho sweet, proud face. Tlie que nly head, the form of lissome irrace Tho tender ejes seemed almost life-like, whllo Tho Hi were curved, as If about to smile. He laid his brushes and his pallette by. " Tls perfect now." he said. "1 will not try To alter e'en a shadow or color there. Tis Lady Una's own eweet self, divinely fair. "She will come hero for the last time to-day. To view tho finished work, perhaps will pay A trlbuto to my skill, and then will ro W 1th careless farewell word away and never know That 1 have dared to love her, though as far Ileneath ber as the moth beneath the star. But 1 will hide mj secret, no slfrn shall tell The apony It cots my heart to say farewell," A soft sigh told him ho was not alone. A warm, white hand was laid upon his own. Turning ho found Lady Una at his side: She had learned tho secret he bad sworn to hide. Close to his face sho bent her queenly head. Like stars ber dark eyes gliste...

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. — 29 March 1885

SWSsBKs iU.Jjr.T-jm. wlf-' ii'ajiititHw ' '"-jit " Cfi?''" f' 3BS- i- -r THE GLOBE KEPUBLIO. SUNDAY MORNING, MAIIOH 29 1885 II B?t -H 1! i t u m M v h i v WOMAN AND HOME. HINTS AND HELPS FOR KITCHEN, PARLOR AND HOUSEHOLD. OliM-HHlilonnl far.. A ltall-K.toiii I'tv dlrHiui-iit .irfiil, ,,r Our Ctrl Itad ISrmllug iimr to tict Along Ultll SertHllts. Cor Detroit Free IYrss.) When a servant first comes to mo I say to her something like this: "I.H us begin riht Put at once out of jour mind any idea that there are to tie two iarties in thi-i hou-o. I ani uot going to take any advantage of you, and 1 shall ex-net that you shall tuke uom of me. It you find anything which you dis like in tho situati oa do not talk about it to outsider, or to the oilier rcrvauLs in tho bou-e. Come straight to mo in.l no mil talk it over quiet y, ani if passible arrange matters so that we shall ail bo mitei." WLeii a girl comes to mo hr-t for orders I say to Lei : -Do tho tuuu; 1 want done for ouce hi your own w...

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. — 29 March 1885

jBffiBsto&e -k --as -"V-3 iwaivaJiifcaj'AWSSy 3i&. tHE GLOBE REPUBLIC. 8CTOAY MORNING, MAKOH 29, lBEIGHT PAGES. RALLY 'MID THE FLAG, BOYS. RALLY .. t y s Gsotf v 41 ABAIN !"JJ 3 ' ir'i k yjC?Ji , . L? t : I m. l NEXT FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 3rd, AT 7 O'CLOCK SHARP The Plug Hat Brigade which did such active se.vics during the campaign of last fali and became famous throughout the length and breadth of the land, as the model campaign organization, is again called into active service. While the National Campaign was important to every American citizen, the local campaign is of still greater importance to each individual citizen of Springfield, and if we desire gold local government, it is our interest to turn out to a man, and put our shoulder to the wheel and place our city government wirre it properly belongs, on a solid Republican basis. The Plug Hat Brigade is ordered out for a general warming up at the Wigwam on Friday evening, April 3rd, at 7 p. m. sharp, and evary member o...

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. — 30 March 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic TME (SPKINGPIEL" CJIOBE, I Volume V. Number 111. I SPEmGFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 30, 1885. (THE 8PBINOPIELD REPDBTilC I Volume XXXI. Number S3. .g 11. 1 1 OWEN BROTHERS. Indications. Washington, March 30. Tennessee and Ohio Valley : Fair and warmer weather, pre ceded by local rains in Ohio Valley; winds generally soulh-westeily. If you don't happen to want overalls at a quarter a pair, or working shirts at a quarter each, clothing for plenty of money is here, clothing everybody ought to see, none ought to buy without seeing. We push spring overcoats because its the time they were thought of, its the time when assortment is greatest, its the time to buy. It's a warm day when overcoats ate uncom fortable. One nvght think there had been a clothing famine to see our stock, but there bas'nt. It's only oar diflerent way. Don't imagine that because we happen to be telling unlaundried shiits, with linen fronts re-enforced, faced bick and sleeves, and we...

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. — 30 March 1885

QLOBE BEFUBUO. MONDAY SVENINQ, MARCH 80 1886. f c - I!' GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBL. HED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST MIQM ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERJtSl OaMy edition, per year, fall edition, pr week, $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DOIiItX A yEAI. Al COTimunlations should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, Springfield, Ohio. NOTICE TO EASTitiN ADVERTISERS. XL II. C. Sstckb, 23 Tatk Row, Xew Tork.is the GLoBK-BKruBUis special representatlTe, to whom ill Eastern advertising business, must be referred. 310XDAT EYES IX O, MARCH 30. VITT JCErUllLlCAX T1CKBT. For Mayor i James F. Goodwin. For City Solicitor! Augustus X. Summers. For City Marshal William U. Hughes. For Street Commissioner i E. A. Williams. For Water Works Trustee l Edward C Gwys. xowzsniF XErviiT.iCAn jickjct For Trustees i Joseph Harrison, 'o. H. Craig, John If. "tewart. For Justice of the Peaces William ...

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. — 30 March 1885

?r&&B&S8S&&& iSrdef.---r - --: iffynt .y-aai GLOBE BKFUBIJO. MOKDAY EVENING, MARCH 80 1886. f?- m m Wf I . i i i M u GLOBE-REPUBLIC. .Dully Edition. IfAlL nBACHH XifttUT 11 Tm8 LOCALITY, AS BlKOkDKD BT J. DKCBT, EXPRESSLY rott THE MLObK-KEPCBLtC Alarch 2. ti.Si I., 'vat! ne-tnei. 6 o0 . u,. 29 XW Fair iv a, m , .. if Is V Fair S:o0 p. :u.. 0 ft H Lt. snow 0 p. o . 3JC S W Lt. rain l rn 31 H W Cluuly l.au t.upTIur 3a1ove roro. reiA.psr.ttur; ol urn? iie id tfc. 4$ al-ore. reifaprrature ol ma lteuit aVai,re. l-uflDVaartrjM,ui nlv in US', 56 Hlotr zero. CITY MATTERS. Joe Xickura returned to Cincinnati todiv at noon. C. D. Uauk lett trip to Chicago. last night on tu51DC53 Ed. Yatel and James yesterday for loitering. Clyde were arrested W. W. Lynn, cashier ot was in the city yesterday. the I.. 11 k V The Rhea Company pas:ei through here yesterday, on their way east. Mr. Van Tassel, of the Ohio Southern, went to Indianapolis last night. Charlie Lewis and George Hod...

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. — 30 March 1885

fef!4iiMMI M'M:7e v r. --:. m , , ' , a;iiiiMiiritf ! r ' " '"" -"----'-- . t- ----- .-. . ,,. frgy&iMMiMaasalllaaaaa gpHssWBBBaWBHwKif BI sPlEsfe IM rc K A I li Hi! 1 SI CITY MATTERS. aaMaV STi II. II. Hartman, of Tiffin, is in town. W. II. Kaulman, proprietor ol the Nichols House, at Civile, is at the Arcade. P. I. Mast arrived at Springfield, in good health and spirits, Saturday mornimg. The County Comrni&sianers.at their session today, furtler con'idered the Dun ditch cae, in thu eastern part of the county. Oscar T. Martin, Esq , and Wm. H. Hamil ton are expected home tomorrow from their trip to Monterey, Mexico, with a party of rail road men. Married At the residence of the officia ting clergyman, Rev. Wilton R. Boone, Hatch 23, Mr. Willinm J Pack and Miss Em eiline Early, both of London, Ohio. A letter has teen leceifed here written by Mr. Lewis Johnson after his arriral at Wichita, Kansas. Mr. Johnson is greatly pleased with Wichita and will probably locate there. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 31 March 1885

1 Springfield Gobe -Republic 1 KSii' THE WPBINGFIEIil) GLOI1E, I Big Volurao V. Number 111, f SPKTNGFIELD, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, MAEOH 31, 1885. (THE HPBIJOPIELn BEPCnTJO I Volume JULX.I. Number 56. If Il I to IS L- X Bli . OWEN BROTHERS- uip it mid nwu nnnoc I lodleatloos. WashisiGtov, March 31. Tennessee and Ohio Valley: Fair weather, southwesteily winds in Ohio Valley; southerly winds in Tennessee. BRIEFS. Particularly strong in gentlemen's spring clothing. Better shape than ever to meet the require ments of an increasing trade. Our success attributable mainly, to honora ble dealing and the lowest one price. Boy's Jerseys in spring weight, new to day. It's the time for lighter overcoats. No question about ours heicg the largest stock of clothing. Gems in Boy's Sailor Suits, "bran new" to- dV- Deceiving silk polo caps, a quarter each. Skaterinktum caps till you can't go lower, 25c, 40c and 50c. No end to hat news, but we har'nt time to tell it We want a million readers to watch o...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 31 March 1885

i BLOBB KEPPBUO. TUESDAY EVSETrKe, MABCH 81 188B. 1 MLlI 9tW il SLOBE-REPUBLIC. fMik ll DAlLl AND WEEKLY. parts of Canada residinp in that ricinity. j PUBLISHED 1Y ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEtTMIQHST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMM I!ly edition, per jMr, Jail edition, per week. $7.50 Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a yEAhj. M oMnmunlutioni should be addressed' to KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, prlaatUW, Okie. NOTICE TO EASTEIUI ADVEBTISEB8. Mb. IL C. Sxypxk, rik Bow, New Tork.is the Gub-Bepceul's special repreaentatlTe, to whom all Etern adTertUlEK bnslDca, rnoitbe referred. TUESDAY EVES1KO, MARCB 31. CITY BEPUBLICAX TICKET. For Mayor i James F. Goodwin. For Cllj Solicitor i Augustas N. Summers. For City Marshall WillUm IL Hughes. For Street Commissioner! E. A. Williams. For Water Works Trustee l Edward C. Gwya. lOWKSnir XKPUBL1CAH aiCKXT For Trustees i Josfph Harrison, Wm. H. Craig, John II. "Irwart. For Ju...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 31 March 1885

?aaSScKS-V-t;'- "-----' v -; - iMrsmsnTiiriJnnTri,"-,,'T'T'n ' .i .1 ' .'" M-,iSi&gMwasaaiMMii aS3"' . gsiasanMsnnnnlsnnnnnnMsnMsntne .jImB ujjjlllJLiiyjyi-JUXgLlLIMM.,JWw!i H'f1 I Hi Ji'llJUillJlilLrTTir 5-d 17 ' I 8' I Si GLOBE EEPHBLTC. TUESDAY EVE.NTN(,, LARCn 81 1885. I Si . . - , - - 1: W.TX A. v . iVJ. :w - ' I. ,-l - ....Tls..- rl - tf- ol . . ' , -.- ., i ....l- -. MJKB J."7t.SiJfcC"J.3'i'V -ui? - -. . . 'FIKBBaut . -..1 .. VBW3BJHEnanmaE1CDnaaiM!.BWaH,.a.&.VM. ". . . t j. ..." - - I ! 0BI4tfr li i ill I IS i I? IF : i 12 t . . -r -.-. -r. TITVTTTVTTM m Tk L Pally Edition. JK " "th nt xmuii M ' ro THIS UK-lUII, as Bscunns-D bt j. dscsv, Bli! . XXriCSH.Y rOETHISLOEI-KIPCBLlC. o0I. 6 JO . ra a. m .. 7-0p. tn , JO p. m .. I' Vt n I.t. rain Cloudy Fair Fair hair irai.i.rtur 42caiKve aviu. Teujiieraiun o Mu-atc id lRk4 S9 above. Temperature of -7- I leltilvcs. 31 above, temperature ol asm i i 1S , 471 above aero. CITY MATTERS. Tbis is Holy Week, ending with Rood Fri day ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 31 March 1885

CHAS. LUDLOW. Everythluc Iuvely for the Republican Cnue The Good Work In the Ward ripl l Eft! IB l.st tfif IS 13' it I ' Second Ward ltrmocraM Have (lone and Done It Acntn. There are no grounds lor discouragement in the local caaipaiga from a Republican sUn'lpoiut, but on the contrary, every reason to believe the cause is in the lead. This ia a busy week, the Demociacj not being idle by any means, although not making much of a racket. In fact, a "still hunt" is their little game. Interest in the Friday evening dem onstration by ihe Hug Hat Brigade continue on the increase. There was an enthusiastic meeting of officers of the brigade at Col. Bo gle's office last evening, at which tome further arrangements were completed, and good re ports received of most of the companies. Compnny officers issue herewith notices to the rank and file to appear at the Wigwam at seven o'clock sharp, Friday evening, for a abort parade. It is desired that all who still have the white hats which constitute...

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. — 1 April 1885

rTsc.A ft-v"' gsjanifiwwiwii tra&aSid SPKmGFIKLD, OHIO, WEDiNESDAY EVENING, APKLL 1, 1885. THE NrilINOFlEIil GLOBE, Volume V. Number i:ii I THE SPBmOFIELD BEPCRUC I Volume XXII. Number or. Springfield Globe -Republic ' iizn!ni - I li 5 - r p Iudicatlou. Wasiiu.oto, April 1. Tennessee and Obio Valley: Generally (air weather, nearly stationary temperature except in the upper Ohio Valley, slightly colder weather, winds shifting to easteily ia Ohio Valley, east to south winds ia Tennessee. OWEN BROTHERS. IT WILL PAY Any vrorkingman when passing 25 and 27 West Main street to drop in and examine a quantity of HEAVY WORKING PANTS which we hare made expressly for hard usage. 4 PAIRS FOR $5. Custom samples are here to be comfortably looked at under a bright light. The latest style favors plaids and pimhecks. They're here in more quiet patterns besides. The card shows the pattern and the price. You belp yourself. Let $27 lor a (40 Euit cause you to defer leaTing your measuie until you har...

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. — 1 April 1885

gll - QLOBE REPUBUO. WEDSTEsiXrlY EVEKING, APBIL i 18H H aw it's is 1 1 l,v f te IS h t i I Eij 1 n il s imporiani inai ever) latpumicuu m i ""-",'-' I i IAILUHS M URAPEHS. ESESr-" """""' BRUCE, HAUK & CO. Aro making a great hit this spriag on their flic work turned out in their tailoring depart ment. English Suitings and Pantloonings in FLUIDS, STRIPES, CHECKS, Broken Plaids, &c. 17 & 19 HIGH ST. AND ARCADE. Call and See Them. GLOBE-ItEPUBLia DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED tT ON1MEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 4L0tE.REPUBUC BUILDING, WEaTHIQH.T. Car. Walnut Alley. TEiuim Ojflj edition, per year, Ititj edition, per week. $7.50 Scents. Weekly Globe-Republic. aU.IOTH DOUBLE SHEFTi Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHB DOIiIiAS A Vea. M csntmaalcitioftt should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Sprlegleld, Okie. NOTICE TO EASTERN ADVERTISERS. SlL H. C. Sktdu, 23 Fark Bow, Kew York, Is the GloBl-KEruBUc's special representative, to whom all Eutern advertising business, m...

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. — 1 April 1885

IB t-S U- M J 5 t 4 U UA.lt k HBtTllfK KEI 11.11 ro TUSLOTIUTT, AS K1HKDD BT J. PKCKT, KXrBKSVLT rot THKALO&K-KKrCBUa March 31, IS&5. r "ird mot. 6 .Oa.ro.. 34 S V Fair 10-M a. m S3- S Fair JO p. ... S 1'air Wp.ia. . 43c 8 lair I Onf 50 S 'v CloiJy W.t. i. Nriur 50r above wrr lt.iter;itur o' arme ate m lfcc4 46 above. Temperature ot B.-- tte In 1W. 30 at, ire rr-raturature o! eaoi dit In 1SS2, 43' sboie rero. This rods the coldest Match and driest nioith of which I hive any leord. Tout amount cl pre cipitation was only 31-100 of an inch. Monthly Wrathtr Report. Weather repot '' March, 1SS5. as kept at Fpring- he I J, tihlo, by J. Prury. The ruonth has been excea-ireH cold aud drr. The art-race tetuperiiture was 29 2 degrees. We had four clear darsand twentv-two fair dars. bnowMl on five days, and alight rain on one day. The amount of snowfall wa Ave and three fourths inches. 1 he amount of ralnf ,11 and snow water was 34-1 'flot an Inch. The wind has eoine from the south 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. — 1 April 1885

H3 GLOBE BEPUBLIO WEDNESDAY EVENING, APfUL 1. 188b 1111 i H CITY MATTERS. ChaB. B. ?nuire, Adrenl'ing Agent of the Atchifon, Topeka .t Santa Fe RailrcaJ, ia in Miss Flora Zeijler, of Columbus, is (pending the wek with Miss Nellie Malin, 1 Collfje D. II. Roche, General Freight Agent of the I, II. & W , is confined to his house with a ferere cold. Toe Ministerial Association of the Miami Annual Conference, I nlted Brethren Church, will hold its next feijion at the Lagonda IT. B. church, beginning at 7-30 p. m. April 7. Robert Wa'.den was arretted jesterdar af ternoon for drunkenness and disorderly con duct. He ard two or three arrested on war rants repreient the work of the police force for the last twenty-four hours. Co-nrade A. 0. Huffman, of Mitchell Poet No. 43, G. A. R has been notified from de partment headquarters of bis appointment as Assistant Inspector for this district, compris ing the posts in Clark county. A feature of Easter music at St. Raphael' church next Sunday w...

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. — 2 April 1885

festifc? Springfield Globe -Republic THE NPUIJVGFIEIiO OLBE, Volume V. Number 114. f SPEINGFIEIZ, OfflO, THURSDAY EVENING, APEDL 2, 1885. JTUE SPBINOPIELn REPU11MO 1 VolnmXIXl. Number BH. -a-. Pf2sl$sgiSdWMtt :l ! F pr t OWEN BROTHERS. iDillcmtlooft. Washington, April 2. Tennessee and Ohio Valley: Light rain, east losoulh wind-, becoming variable, slight rise, followed in wet portion by falling temerature, follow ing falling weather in west portion bv rising barome'er. BOYS ! At this season the question ot Spring Clothing outfits, or parts thereof, for bojs is likely to cHie np for consideration and early dtcision in households where there are juveniles of the male sex to be provided for. We tender to parents and guar dians, near and far, our services as boy's outfitters. Our Boy's Departments alone is larger than many a pretentious clothing house in it entirety; but, as large as this space is, it is all re quiredevery bit ot it- -to ena ble us to do justice to the sub ject Besides ...

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. — 2 April 1885

jS3&8&Ute&i&3&6 n; . -31- -. i aa, wju likt 1 QtOBE KEFUBUO. THOBSDAY EVENING. APBIL 2 188& jfr-pySi -trm GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IT ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBEREPUBUCBUILDINQ, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERM8I dally edition, per year, - dill edition, par week, - $7.50 15 cent. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DOIiliA X TEAI. AB communications should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, priagteM, Okie. -w KOTICK TO EASTERN ADVERTISERS. Mb. H. C. Sstdek, r Park Bow, New York, la the OLOBi-BsrCBLic! I'ecial representstlre, to whom ell Bittern ti istng business, aut be referred TUUSSSDAT EVEXiyO, APRIL CIXT BXPUJ1LICAX T1CX.MT. For Mayor i James r. Goodwin. For City Solicitor i Augustus N. Summers. For City Marshal i Willlsm H. Hughes. For Street Commlsalonert a A. Williams. For Water Work a Trueteet Edward C Gwyn. XOWS8B1P BEPCBZ.ICAH 1ICKXT For Trustees! Joseph Harrison, ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 2 April 1885

m&zmsg L -GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVEKDCTG, APEIL 2 1886. m GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully Edition. UA.H.X H BATHKR HKtOttT 0 . TBI! LOTiUtr, iSECOSDD BT J. DCT, KXraKSSLY FOB THE tlLOBK-KKFCBLIC. April 1, Itl) 6 J0s,in .. 10-Wa. m ,. 2:J0 p. " S'BOp. ui . . K.-llp. . eatner. Clear Clesr. lair LI, rata. Far. Meanteuptr tun 4ae above aero, temperature ol aaice 'ate .a I'! 56 atwre. Temperature ot aaa -u- id iwa 291 attire. u.prtureol eaiur eat. in Ihi-, 61 above aero. CITY MATTERS. air. S. Jerome UM, the artist, will return here from l'aris, in July. Eev. Henry TuvUej has returned from his trip to the Kut and South. Rer. L. II. Uhl, the missionary to India, is on bis war home, with his family. Mr. Huffman, an emplorte at Itlee's brew ery, was at jiolice headquarters early this morning inquiring lor his horse, wticb eithir trayed or was stolen Irom his stable last night. The Champion Cily Guird are about order ing an outfit of regulation black helments, from Columbu.', to complete their d...

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. — 2 April 1885

r GLOBE HEPUBLIO THURSDAY. EVENING, APEIL 2. 188& m f CITY MATTERS. Hobcrt Wol'btin, ol Bellefontaine, is in tbe city. L. S. Branner departed lor San Fntsciio Tin. the I., B, W this morning. O. K. Jenkins, Traveling Pusengtr Agent of tbe X. Y., C. k H. U , ii in the city. Tosters have been stuck upon bill boards all over the city annontcing: "Tbe Saltation Army is Coming." Auditor Serviss is in Colombo! today at tending a meeting ot tb. executive commit tee of the Ohio Auditors' Association. The firt at Pitcbin, mentioned last errn iog, was in J. H. Todd's warehouse. Insur ance to corer loss, amounting to S40, was al lowed today. Mr. John Johnson, wbc, with his brother, drove down towards Selma yesterday, enter tains rather gloomy riews npon the wheat prospect foi this year. About tbe only news to be found this morning were stories of April fool joke per petrated yesterday. They can scarcely be classed as news, but rather as new instances in which history repeats itself. Mr. Wm....

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