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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 10 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THE PniNGFlEL,l GLOnE, Volume IV. Number 300. SPKmGFIEIJ), OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, 1885 (THE HPniNOriELD REPUHT.1IC I Volume XJXX. Number UOO. . F OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Clearing weather; slightly colder in west portion; (light rise followed by falling temperature in east portion. She asked not to be buried by the side of brook, where babbling lovers might wake ber from ber dreams, nor In a grand cemetery, where sight-seers might distract her, but to be laid away to take her last sleep under the counter oi some merchant who did not adver tise in the newspapers. There, she (aid, was a depth of quiet on which neither the buoyant foot of youth nor the weary shullle of age would ever intrude. Allny (Ga.) Xews. The last of the Children's Dollar Overcoats to-day and to-night, the 50c Scarlet Under wear, the 00c Stripes, the 40c Scotch Gray, the 80c and $1 Scarlets, the 20c Scarlet Shaker Socks, the 30c Camel's Hair. Our Cl...

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. — 10 January 1885

J2L wur jioifrmW GLOBE-REPUBLIO. DAHY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKIlMSi Daly edition, per jeir, Dailjr edition, per ttk, - $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET) Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLtliS a teaf;. AH communicator.! should be addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, Springfield, Ohio. 5.1 TUKOA Y KVEX1S C, JAX 10. MIC1IIKF MAKfcKS. It would Le well for comtnumty nnd the country at large if all people who are really mischief makers ere confined to the evil-disposed and the vicious classes. Unfortunately they are not. Many people who are pious and honesit make a good deal of trouble in the world simply he cause they are not as wise and sagacious as they are good It is well for people to be pious, but it would be much better if they would be both pious and broad, aud give to all great "burning" problems the attention, investigation and study which belong to 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. — 10 January 1885

GLOBB BLPUBLIO. SATUEDAT EYENfflfG, MMTJABTT 10, 1838 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. SallT Edition. l.tlLI HfHTJUiK HSCfOHI fORTPJ LOCALITr, U ICIMKDKO BT J. DXCaT, CxrKKSSLY KOBTHKOLOtK-ltKPUBUC. Janaary V. &5 Wtwther Cleat Fair I'alr Clear Clear 6 SO a. u. 10.W a. w 2:30 p. m .I" p. in 10. SO p. m Meau uturaurti 4u abovs seru. Iujptra(ur ol sau.edatein thH, 14 above. Temperature ol asms 1 te tn 13, 13 abuts., temperature ol same lat In 18-ii. S3 alxira CITY MATTERS. Glorious January days. Judge VcKtnny, of Dayton, la registered at the Artade. Tbe tacts of tbe Springfield hotel men ire wreathing with smiles. Not so many i He men corners as in December. about the street V. W. Fowler, agent ot the Charles Gard ner Karl Company, is at tbe Lagonda House. Springfield's sparrow-population say this weather has given tbem a boom ont of tbe hard times. From the rush of commercial travelers at the hotels, it is beginning to look like the good old times again. Are the pullings of pasteboard-shorers, so ...

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. — 10 January 1885

mmm GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING, JAOTABY 10 1888 CITY MATTERS. Mrs. J. W. Smith, of Cincinnati, is visiting friends on High street in this city. ROUSE AND PARSONS: CHAS. LUDLOW. oM BE SURE TO TRY . o N A couple of chickens were stolen this morning from n huckster's wagon in market. The funeral of Mrs. T. V. Beenev, wife of the limiluer, occurred this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss Ella Shewalter returned yesterday from a three wewks' visit to lriends in Os wego, Xew York. Mr. F. W. Miller, of the reaper and mower firm ot Aultman, Miller & Co., Canton, 0., is at the Arcade hotel. The many friends of Dr. J. M. Miller will he happy to learn that he has entirely re covered from his recent illness nnd is at bis office again. Ike Robert", who was arrested on the charge of burglary, was aaigned yesterday after noon. He pleaded not guilty and his case was set for Tuesday next Judge Littler yesterday introduced in the House, at Columbus, a bill authorizing the issue ot $100,000 sewer ...

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. — 11 January 1885

H HH3 wm Sunday Globe -Republic U- SPKrNGFIEIJ), OHO, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUAEY 11. 18P5 Volume IV. Number 13. J " iT,:? VIEI'P, nEPrnuo - -.,.. "umuer a.)U, lhH OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Clearing weather; slightly colder in west portion; slight rise followed by falling temperature in east portion. Among the cuts and slashes and general whittling of prices through the various de partments of our store, i: is not wisdom to think of finding on band this week what we so urgently requested you to look at last, or to expect to find next week what we are talking about this. We begin the week with a cart-load ci all-wool overcoats at $10.00 each Black Bearers, Brown Bearers, Diag onal. Worsteds, Striped Cassimeres, Slate Meltons, Mixed Cassimeres, Heavy Friezes, &C-, at the one uniform popular price. See extra table near west entrance. One solid pile of Gray Melton Overcoats cheap at $10.00; lowest ever known $G.00; we'll clear the line at $5.00 each. This is no hu...

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. — 11 January 1885

r?Mm-m e f. THE GLOBE BEPTJBIJO. 8USTPAY MOBISiyQ, JAJTUABY 11 1885 HIE PRINCE OF WALES . fHE FU.JRE KING OF ENGLAND A3 A SOCIETY LEADER. TJnlvwrsal l)lra to Conform to the l"at- tciu Approved lly Albert Edward annotations Adopted Because Sanctioned by ltovalty. London TVbrldJ Tho prineo of Wales is as supreme in the whole realm of social Jurisdiction as her I' .--... i. iiititMiilir .-,v,rni!-n. Th na- I tfrauil attachment to the prill ts of Wales " shows it-elf in a universal desire to adopt. as well as gratify hw fa-ies, to conform society to the pattern whicb. h U understod to approve; to mimic him in tha trivial details of existence. Th theatre did not attain ita present popularity and "doing a play" did not become an institu tion without the prince of We" takiig tha stivge unier his patronage. Tl, vas never a isgular winter season in 1 ... i till tha priiceof "Wales discovered t.ii .ocipital had it charms when the year rapidly waning, and that tha country in ". it be in tolera...

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. — 11 January 1885

rtiTe ?i. bore's I'romlie, "I will come back." Loe cried; "I will come back;" And there where ho had liaised lay one bright track. Dreamlike and golden as the moonlit sea. Between th pine Hood's shadow, tall and black. "I will coma back," Love cried. Ah inel Love Kill come back. He will come back. Vet, Love, I wait, I wait; Though It is evening now, and cold and late. And I am wear- watching here so late, A lalc. sad watcher at a silent gate For Love who 1 so fair, and swift, and strong I wait, I wait. He will tom back como back, though ho de lays? He will come back for in old years and days He w as my playmate. He will not forget. Though he may liiurer long amid new ways He will bring back, with barren sweet regret. Old years and days. Hush! on the lonely hills Love comes again: Hut his oung feet are marked with many ttaln. The golden haze has passed from his fall brow And round him clings the blood-rod rob oi pain: And it la nig ht. O Lore Love enter now I Remain 1 remain I MAJOR ...

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. — 11 January 1885

THE Q3J0BB REPUSUO. SUNDAY MOBSIKg, JANUARY 11 IMP, MftHT PA4MH STTKJ'ID.A.'E- LOBE-REPUBLIC Published Every Sunday Morning LQBE-REPUBUG BU1LDINE. WEST HIGH ST. '.Two Tolliir l'cr Year, X"lvo ContH For Copy. Veiitered ly Carrier to Any JVl of the City. a ddrcss all Communications to the K SUNDAY GLOKE-KEPUBLIC, Springfield, O. ItAll.l H KATUHt KJll OUT 0KTHISIXK4UTT. IS UKCOaDaD Bt 1. DXUIT, KirKCSSLr rORTHKXLODK-HICrtTBLIC: Januiry 9. IMS Weitber S SO . iu iO:l a. m Clesi Clear Fair tlear Clear Ii:Su p. m ,., 7liv m i - r i. jpG:SQ p. in Ten, Win 3 W s s w &; s v 0 S K 2 8 K R Meau lemperatun. 2s altOTe zero. Tiuraluie L asmsdii la lb aboie. ltnperiure ol same ,'aaie in loi. aj biwti li7 . MoityJMi J i. J, r.s'Ji'.T. K-, THE 3I.ViCUl.lXK IIAI.K 1IKAD. Go up, thou bald head." Imagine "joureelf in the situation venerable skull ih merry crowds ol flies skating over it, k ...l,..,it n.aL'.r.f a nrdot prtlrnnW mftJtn hilt CUUIIUI UlOBlUg U t(-Cb HJ flJ u.wwu -fit, and the breezes bl...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 11 January 1885

OTB GLOBE BBFTTBLIO. ggSSPAflT MOBITOre, JANUABY 11, 18S5wEiaHT FAGEE RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. OLXA PODRIDA or MATIXUM W1BB AXD OTMEBW1SM, Gathered In Walks aad Talks About the Champion Oty by Uun Who Keep Even and Kara Open fur the lteusUtot sprtns tleld Header. The description b v the police ot the tramps' cave, west of the city, in the cliffs adjoining Had River, reads like a job lot ol chapters out of Robinon Crusoe, or Julei Verne's Dropped from the Clouds. The tramps were vcrv snugly quartered in the cave with straw bedding and rude furniture. They had made arrangements to c!oe up the mouth of the cave, and had everything arranged in cast-awa-on--desert-island style. There are a number of caves in the clifls at Mad River ol greater or less site. Some are mere cracks in the rocks, when the would-be explorer has to crawl on bands and knees. There is one cave In the cliQs on the western side of the river, however, which is larger. The en trance is through a narrow bole, rather diffi ...

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. — 11 January 1885

SHE GLOBE REPD3BUO. StJKDAY MOItNTNG, JAKUABY 11 1885 SS IVOMAX AND HOME. ' A POETESS "FLOUNDERED INTO THE GREAT WORLD." Dtnutlou of Woman Work Whloh I Can lie Ilonr, anil Well Dune, By the Talr ex True Fascina tion Note. IMrlen Barllett ia rioneer Press. here was one subject touched upon by . Helen Huut Jackson which caused Lor i to brighten and her cheeks to glow in n 'that show ol how enthusiastic she can ome over w hat she considers true ex-el- The subject u Kdith Thomas, iise contributions to The Atlantic and Oeutury have attracted such wide at- -lon. its evincing talent of an unusually 1 ordr "Lditli Thomas" future is some- lig assured," remarked Mrs. Jackson: "I Isidcr her work the finest of the in Amend." Then she told me rircunistauces of her ilebut Into literary world. "When I was New York, at the Brevoort house, some years ago," she began, "I was spoken by a friend alout a poetical young woman e name of Edith Thomas, and asked to Ie an interest in her. Now 1 had been here...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 11 January 1885

IJ IHIUiTTI TO THE KING MY SON. My darting boy, my darling boyl God pave thcc unto ma To teach me life" dlvlnest Joy Love's purest ccstacy. While throuj: h the windows of thine cye 1 catch a jjUuipse of 1'arodise. Ah. hippy, prattling, laughing sprite! Sly Kin? by riffht dlvlnol Thou rulot with a love born mijrh Tu bend all hearts to thine, Till conquered uihiii every hand We live alone for thy command. My dariine boy, my darling boyl ISod givo It unto mo To krop theo f reo from earth's alloy 1 Jfe' every misery: To loud theo till thy manhood's rhio Shall piorco lieyoud earth's mortal days. Ah. then, thou prattling, laughing gpritol True King, of riirbt dliine Tliou "till ciialt rule with love-born might To bind all hearts to thine. Till last the lncenoof Jut pralsa Kmbalm the memory of thv days. Eiyv ir. It. WiiUaiiu. in Current. CALLED BACK. A Well-Told Story of Continuous and Absorbing- Intorfat ii r Hugh ioxwai. CHAPTER XIIL OosTistTED. Petroff supported him, and Macari at last ...

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. — 11 January 1885

5sva THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORNING, JAJSTffAJRY 11 1885. BIGHT PAGES. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS LOCAL, .YJTirs WIUTXhr.lt VOW TO a ri e i'(ii.r. Containing 5Iruttim t IVoplr. mii I Evrnts Happening In tlit l"nt Trnl Four llout-H. Mr. Harry Bojer was in DnjtOT j-eslrnlay Mr. Amos Whiteley was in Cincinnati last week. Mr. Genie V ilsUch, ot Chicago, is at the Arcade. Miss Mary O'Brien n visiting friends in Dayton. Officer Hughes 13 confined to his bed with a (evert cold. Officer Riier's wife 13 lying seriously ill at her home on Pearl Btreet. The Howard Athenaeum comptny i regis tered at the Lagonda House. Mr. Charles D. HauV. returned yesterday from an extended trip to the West. Miss Anna Carter, ot Bethel, is visiting Stewart Black, on Chestnut Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly left yesterday for Xew Orleans to attend theexrosition. Mr. Albert Schwill, Jun., of Cincinnati, i in the city on business. He is at the Arcade. Officer Fred Mast has returned home after a pleasant visit to his...

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. — 12 January 1885

MO Springfield Globe -Republic this iihn.e,ii3I.i OI.OHE, Vol u mo IV. Numbor 301. SPEUSTGFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1885 (THE 8PMNOPIELD REPUBLIC I Volume XJLJL. Number SOI. f OWEN, PIXLEY fc CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Clearing weather; slightly colder in west portion ; slight rife followed by falling temperature in fast tortion. OUR WINDOW OF FIVE LLAR JVJ OVER COATS AND FIFTEEN DOLLAR FUR BEAVER COATS AND VESTS. OWEW&CO, SPRINGFIELD'S ONLY ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS. ' g PIANOS. BEHNING These Renowned Pianos are kept in all the different styles by R. F. BRANDOM & CO., T-i Kelly't Arendo. SPRINGFIELD MARKETS. CORRECTED HT ClIAS. W. PaTMTEK i. C. Wcdnesdxy, Dec 23, 1884. tbo jsions. BmBS-20c;cboIce scarce. h Good supply; 10c l'oi.i by Good demand; chickens, young, 20a 30c; old, 2535c each. Apples SOcall 50 per bush. POTATOES 35a50e per bush. hKET Potatoes Sl.sna200perbiish. Cabbage Itull; 75c a 11.50 per bbl. OjiioNS 75c per bush. Salt Snow-flake brand, 11.30 per...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 12 January 1885

i'M GLOBE BEFUBIIO, MQOTAY EVENING, JANUABY 12, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. MLLYANDWEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBF..REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Daly edition, per year, Dally edition, per tiV, $7.S0 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, OlIS DOIjZiA A TEAI. Ml communications should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, Springfield, Ohio. SOXDA V EVEXlSd, JAX. 12. That litigious old lady who had been prosecuting Kew Orleans for forty years, Mrs- Myra Clark Gaines, died there last Friday night, aged eighty. The fights in New York and Illinois on frenatorships are arrayed in about the same shnpe as at last advices. Evarts's chances arc still promising, and Logan's still tied. It is stntcd that it was through a mis calculation nf the managers that the world did not come to an end on the 4th of Jan uary. They are going to make another eflort shortly. Gladstone is ill. He is reported to...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 12 January 1885

wmssm 1 W4XBM BSPUBUa MOKDAT WnaBKQJM3Mk3t 11. 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Sally Edition. HAJl.l HMATHLR HXlOtCT rO THIS LOCI LIT T. AS KEOOBDID BT J. DIC1T KXrEESSLT rOK THI ULOB-'UEPCIILIC, Jaauary 11. ifc-3 6 SO a. in 10.30 a. ni 2:50 p. m . :Wp. in- 10. SO p. m S eather Cloudy Clou I j Cloudy Baiu Clou, Mean teier-ture. 41 above sero. Temperature a! same dale In ISM, SO above. Temperature of Am lte In 13. 14 above, l-roper.tureot seme date Is IS82, Si above Amount of rain (all last night 0 42. CITY MATTERS. Mr. Ed. Mjrers was in Cincinnati last week. The Canney girl's babe died at the Infirm ary Saturday. Rer. Jamea Kennane. of England, Is at the Lagonda House. Mis. Pauline Lery entertained a number of friend! last erening at her home on East Co lambia street. Dave Williams, of Xenia, spent Saturday erening and Sucday in the Champion City but don't giTe it away. The members of the Bar are requested to meet at the court-house, Tuesday morning, the 13th inst, at 9 o'clock, tor assignment...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 12 January 1885

GLOBE HBPUBUO. M02JTDAT EVENtNG, JAftvlM 12 1885 CITY MATTERS. W. C. Burns, of Carron & Foi, sjwnt Sun day Urbana. Miss Kittic Smith, of New Burlington, is Tithing SI Us Lizzie Cartwright, on South Yellow Springs street. Meetings will be continued every night this week in the lecture room of Central M. K. church, to which a cordial invitation is given to the public Chas. Shawn, who runs a buzz-saw at East street shops, mangled two Sogers, this morn ing, so badly that amputation was necessary, and was performed by i)rs. Russell A Mc Laughlin, at their office. Postmaster Johnson will not b ready to announce his appointments to clerkships, etc.. unti! to-morrow. The Globk-Repl'blic might make a close guess at somt of them, but pre fers to await the official, complete list. Rev. Frank G. Mitchell, of Urbana, was in town this forenoon, and called on Mrs. Z. B. Phillips, whose pastor at High Street M. E. church he formerly was. The lady is some ti hat better to-day and there are now h...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 13 January 1885

iimf&E rrtir-! vat s! I jr "a y i '; Springfield Globe -Republic irf TIIK HlMltNGPIELI GJ-OIIE, Volumes IV. Numbor a2. SPRLNGFIELD, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUAIiY 13, 1885 Va1h. -w-ar"-w nr.HVi. TO - :"V, i OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee. Fair, fjener ally colder weather; followed in western tKr t!on by slight rise ot temiwrature; northerly wind, shifting to emterly; higher hirometer followed in wen portion by lower barometer. Kverythiug tumbles nowadays, eren the llray Melton 0erroais, which we thought below any tKMsil.le chance ol a tumble, hare uow fallen to 3. Doubt if their equal can be found at a quarter or a third more. Moderate weather causes many strange changes in the Clothing line. The Fine Double-Breasted Fur Bearer Coats and Vests are in the same boat tum bled from $1S to $15. See window. Another tumble in your choke of nine styles in heary and medium weight Over coats for $10. These All Wool (iarments in sires 35, 3G, 38, 39, -10, 41, 42, are o b se...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 13 January 1885

GLOBE BBPUBLIO. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 18, 188 IE GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DIET AND WEEEK. PUBLISHED BT KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Da'ly edition, per year, Daily edition, per weeV, $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLLfif A yEAI?. AD communication! should be addressed tt KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfield, Ohio. TUESDAY El'EXlXG, JAX. 13. KICH MAJTS GKNEROSITV. VTm. II. Vanderbilt is estimated 10 be worth, even alter the late squeezinp-out oi the water of values, at least one hundred and fifty million dollars. And that is all he is worth under heaven. Nobody will claim thnt this man Vanderbilt has any I other value for mankind. And this value he largely inherited. He happened to be born the favorite son of old Cornelius Vanderbilt. Old Cornelius put his big head to making money. .Not that he made it exactly. He did not earn it,' No man ever earns a ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 13 January 1885

ISlsKal QlrOBS-REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EYBNINO, JAITUJLBT 13, 1881 7 "0.1 " - M "la J GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition IUUI Hjr.TH.K aVJCfVitX rOITHUUKlLITT, AS IIOOBDKD BT J. DBCBT KXrKKULY POBTHSeLOEE-KirCBUC. Janaaay 12, IMS 6 .30 a. ui 10 30 a. m 2 SO p. iu 6:30 p. wi lo.sop. m Wither Fsir Fair Fair Fafr Fair Mean tiuperature,S2 above aero. Temperature ol uuie date in 1W4, 20 above. Temperature ol seine 'lt In 1$3, IS above, lemperatureolaame date In 1882. 35 above CITY MATTERS. The hotel business is booming in this city. Mr. M.G. .N'iion, ol Dayton, is registered at the Arcade. Mr. J. B. Verkamp, of Cincinnati, is stop ping at the Arcade. Hon. J. A. McMahon, ot Dayton, was at the Arcade yesterday. Mr. T. F. McClure and daughter, of Well- ston, Ohio, are at the Arcade. The people ot Cleveland, as well as those of Springfield, are crying out ior clean streets. The two children of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winters, who were very ill of scarlet fever, are now muck better. Rev. D. Griffin Gunn, of ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 13 January 1885

t&SJJ V GLOBE HEPUBUO. TUESDAY EVEITCNG, JAOT ART i8 188S I I L? 'Ji' It i CITY MATTERS. Mr. W. A. Ross, with Johnson k Sons, of this city, has sold his interest in his sew patent tobacco cutter to the P O. Sorg Co., of Middletown, Ohio. James Sweeney and his bar-tender hare been held in $1,000 each, at South Charles ton, for sellinc liquor to a minor. The case comes up at next term of court. At a charity ball in Washington, D. C, last evening the daughter ot Hon. Samuel Shellabarger, who is a Springfield lady, ap peared in a costume of white muslin, with baby waist and blue ribbons. A careful count just made in connection with an enumeration of business houses in the city shows a total of 1C3 saloons within our city limits; an increase of 15 to 20 since the repeal of the Scott law, and these ot the worst class. The Stylus, Wittenberg college society crgan, announces the retirement, this week, of Chas. J. Pretzman as business manager. Mr. Prettman leaves in a few days for Ant we...

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