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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 3 April 1885

cS-SSf&X zu .iJrc.'i' P Sfs-'i.-v -i. : .- "fc..- p " "' jtZ SeiS f-Z Springfield Globe -Republic -A" TIIK rTltII"fGl,I13Li Gl.OIJE, SPEENGFIHLD, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1885. ITIIK HPUINOFiELn IIEIC"T,IC I Volume X.Jl.X.1. Number 31). Volttmo V. Numbor 11.1. J n !i r f ' OWEN BROTHERS. Imllcntluni.. Washington', April 3. Tennessee and Obio Valley: Local rain?, followed lr tair weather; northerly winds, higher lurome'er, generally colder weather. 61 to 7;', Either Color, Black or Brown, $1.50 Each. Sea East Vtindow. This is (he great Hat liit of the season. We were just in the nick ot time, mere scratch that we got them. Only two cases of 3 dozen each, now or never. Secondly, 5 dozen lHue Flannel Shirts, good value at $1.75, our price $1.23 ach. Cheviot Work ing Shirts a quarter, a half, and three-quarters each. Umbrellas and Rubber Gar ments are a quarter to a third less here. Jean Pants came in with a rush yesterday. $1 lor 5e and so on. Spring Overcoats are conspicu ou...

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. — 3 April 1885

&LOBE BSPUBUO. FBIDAt flVmBTS, APRIL 3 1888. 1 i i ' im d V Is .I 4 - it th: sprins ci BRUCE, HAUK&CO'S, ARCADE, Fashionable Tailors, Is at feter heat and li-olllnc. Trie im nieuse popularity that this Arm is gaininc nt lionw und abroad for FIXE ;OOIS A.I FINE WORK is pnttinr them far in the lead of all others. Thej employ none Iml the i cry best cotters and tailors the co.irjrj produces, helnt; prepared to All jour order Tor a Fall Dress Suit to a t'hrap Business Suit in the best manner. A glance at their stock and sample garments will con vince yon that it is useless to go else where. NEW SPECIAL NOVELTIES In Check and 1'laid Suitings and 1'anta loonings JUSr KECEITED. X. II. As to priqe they dely competi tion. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED UY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETOR. H.OBEREPUBUC BUILDING, WOT MOW 8T. Car. Walnut Alley. TERM8I Oily edition, peryear, ! edition, per week, $7.50 U seats. Weekly Globe-Republic sUIMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thu...

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. — 3 April 1885

ssgMMBsHsMBggjgg! l.'ai4TAt-J&":r. ,.liff MMJT" ,T- E'-Ji SV3 &LOBE REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 3 1885. '' ' ' ' ' " ' """"' T """" " " ' itk"A- Pj ft" ' i! 1' . a I f It I ll 1 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully Edition. ItAll.l Mrt'rfK KK'iiltl FO THIS LOTAUTr. AS SXIIteDSD hV J. PKUST, KXPSKSSLT rORTHXeLOEB-KKPCSLIC. April 2, 185 IV. A II J ntner. 6.a. m W W Fair. U-l.ra ,,, r.!- S Fair. 2:0 p. n , ' 7t? Fair. 0 p. " 61, S Fair. iln.. si s Fair. Mean tPtuprMiiiv 61 Temperature time date In 1RS4. 37 above. Temperature of 'tiw dale In ii-5. 30 ao.ne. r-mperature o! tame ste In l", 67 above rero. e CITY MATTERS. F.M.CeMsri.l, of Ihe Pan Ilandlris town. X. R. Warwick, ol the in the city. Missouri Pacific, is Edson J. Wicks, o( the West Shore, is look ing after the interests o! his road in Spring field. Mr. Will G.-ar, with the Champion com pany, is here from St. Louis, visiting his pir ents. IluSman's horse, which strajed away night before la3t, was found yesterday in Mr. Zim merman! ...

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. — 3 April 1885

tt&&2 wJ&kzs&j&r ISS Itili ii mil i " rJF, it'ft!! i. r: - .vwreS3ac?3SL-e3' -i. GLOBE HEPTTBLIO FRIDAY EVENOTQ, APRIL 3, 138B M4 J n in J I If a i IV : ii floe mi mm tonight. Attention, Republicans, Ine and All. "Rally 'Round the Flag, toys, Rally Once Again." The Republican l'lug Hat parade will come 08 tonight, ha9heretofore announced. All the members cf all the companies should be at the Wigwam promptly at seven, with ping hats cr without, prepared to join in the parade. At the close of the parade the grand meeting at the Wigwam w".U be held. Come one, come all. THE M'KINO ELECTION. llotli Mden Grttlnc Into Shape (or the Gram! Eucuunter Jfril Monday Th. B. publican Kail? at the We warn To. nifiht Kv.rjbody Cunie. The weather is not as promising as could be wished for the much taUed ot and long an ticipated rail; at the Wigwam tonight, but that fact should only inspire devoted Repub licans to a little extra exertion and self-denial to the end that the meeting ...

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. — 4 April 1885

S&&5S W:iSSSmsmmfmmr: -'- - ;v-r- ----. sKsm , - jfr-asasgaNSsgag W'MIWHWyilliliwiiM i n im nm I nHi,i, jy rJSjJasBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsS ''''J"'"" ' .Hk$ ' -J. Springfield Globe -Republic ri, i ' If- & If THE HPRINOFIELII GLOBE, Volume V. Number 11. SPWSGFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, APRLL 4, 1885. 1 -Volume JLXJLI. Number OO. I I! i J I I" T t l OWEN BROTHERS. lutltcatluus. Washixgto(, April 4. For Ohio ValleT asd Tennessee: Slightly warmer, lair wtathtr; winds shitting to west and south in Ohio Valley and uc-otninf variable in Tennessee; falling, preceded, in extreme east portion, by rioioc UroTHter. A notable feature of our this spring's productions, is the quantity, quality, variety and price ol our little boy's clothing. The little fellows needs have been as carefully looked after as those of their elder brothers and fathers. From to the the cantwearemouts more tearable, ire hare them all, $3, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4. Sailor Suits in Gray, Blue, Brown, Green and Mix tu...

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. — 4 April 1885

. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED V ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 4LOBE-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS) Diiljr edition, per year, tally edition, per keek. $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLiIiAI A yEAr?. M communications should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, pris.lUM, Okie. KOTICK TO EASTERN ADVERTISERS. Ma. H.G 8KTDIB, 23 rk Bow, New York.b the Giobe-RixVblic's special represenUtlye, to whom all Eastern adTertisinK business, must be referred. SATURDAT EVES ISO, APRIL 4. CIXT REPUBLIC AX XICXET. For Mayor t James r. Goodwin. For City Solicitor: Augustus X. Summers. For City Marshal : Willlsm IL Hughe. For Street CommUalonert E. A. Williams. For Water Work. Trustee Edward C. Gwja. XOWSSBJP REPVJILICAH 11CKXT For Trustees: Joseph Harrison, Wm. II. Craig, John H. Stewart. For Justice of the Feacet William A. Stout. For Constables: Louis Brown, Thomas J. Jewett. For Clerk: Isaac Kindle....

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 4 April 1885

gggssgffgssmg ,A-- "TSfSs. GLOBE ROTTJBLin BATclIiDAY EVENING, APRIL i 1885. 1 r GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully addition. UA.II i H KATHfB KKI UHT rOaTEUSLOClUTT, AS aVCUKBICD BT J. DECKT, KXPBKSSLT FOB THK SU)BKKBrUDU& April 3, 185 li Ld e-auej. 6 JO a. in 32" M! Ilalning lj-)a.m S- NE Mee-llng ).r j;' n fc cio .u .Mp.n 2T.3 Nh aoii.lv i'w i a, x i. ciouj) Man Unpr"lur 23 retuferature Muie date In 1K.-4 41 abut. Temperature, of El dle In M. 3S' atoTe Tnprtar. ol saine ue to I , 09 teemee aero Amount of precipitation o-HOof an inch VICTORY FOR'SHADOWED J. XEitAKKAHLK POLITICAL DT.M uysTBATlOlf. The Girat Republican Kill)- nt the Wig wam and Parade of thrl'luc lint Itrlgncle Friday Melit Juilc Millrr s..,"i.tli inc Like It Kier een In Sliu;llelel in u Sprine Cjiliipaijro A latK.cl Meeting; auid Knthunlaam at a llieh l'itrh (llorl. oal Speeches hy the Candidates and Oth ers The Democracy Further Disheart ened Full Account off Proceeding. There is bat one Flag Hat Brigade and its permanent ...

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. — 4 April 1885

(&! -au-saf GLOBE BEPUBLIO SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 4, 18p i! i f .-I t CITY MATTERS. Mr. Washington ilson, one ot our oldest citizens, is reported as ijing irilicnllj ill. Miss Anna LaFetra, ol Los Angeles, Cali fornia, is visiting telaties on South Factory street. Mrs. Dora Stephenson has returned home after a pleasant visit ol two weeks with friends at Davtou. Rev. I. H. LaFetra, of Santiago, Chili, is the guest ol his cousin, O. M. Sailers, at 2(0 South Factory street. Mr. Frank Torrence has returned home after a two weeW visit with her sister, Mrs. Dora Stephenson, of the North Side. Rev. Dr. Hammond, who preaches at St. Paul ch rch Sabbath morning. Is said to be one of the most el inent colored preachers in the country. A lecture will be iveo on Sunday evening in the Christadelphian Hall, West Main street. Subject, "The End of the World." Lecture to commence at 7:30. Mrs. Cora II. McFarlane, of Walker. Mo.; Min Effie Brown and Hiss Roth Burville, ol Bainbridge, 0., are the ...

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. — 5 April 1885

SiBESc- lSE-C-i SSSEa&fjSfei & Xs aeK. -r wzmm&M WSi i'J iTS-SJS: 7''X-vmmi ') 3rJ - - "jrs 'IS " "x?X T r- .aZLMT- aaai.aa -sj-i --1 - - mm Sunday Globe -Republic THK HPItlNtiFIKLl) 1 0 1113, I Volume IV. Number lOS. f SPEmGFIEIZ), OH 0, SUNDAY &0KNING, APRIL 5, 1885. TIJT3 8FBlNOFILl BEI'O Dl.IC Volume JLX.JL. Number . KSSgSS 8jassEaaata3Sj55iigaage3igBsa6ggcyy; -'-c?aagEa?,BlBSiSBf2'5 saffiSas2Easss3a3S5.sai i wyjg' to ! OWEN BROTHERS. Indications. WisuisGTOX, April 4. For Ohio Valley mod Tennessee: Slightly warmer, lair weather; winds shitting to west and south in Ohio Valley and becoming variable in Tennesjee; falling, preceded, in extreme east portion, by rising tarorarter. A notable feature or our this spring's productions, is the quantity, quality, variety and price of our little boy's clothing. The little fellows needs liaic been as carefully looked after as those of their elder brothers and fathers. From the cantwcaremouts to the more tearable, we have them...

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. — 5 April 1885

' -g ' Jj" '''' " ' '''f'-fc ' y, , - . I Tf- rags THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. STOTOAY MORND-TQ. APRIL 5 18$ f. "HINC ILLC LACHRYME." When first wo married, you did not affright Tim ni'it-Uoor neighbors with unseemly Iwasdurlliur then, and your 'heiut's de light '- You hate mo now.' " When first c married. If I stopped out late You did not irrevtmewlttaulow'rlntr brow: Your ej v en; daiicimr, aud ou kissed me. ivanr- You scold me now." "Whon first wo married, you abjured the club. Nor eauin home lodge-nights well, I won't pay how. Your lrieuds di-opin-d in, wo hod a quiet 'rub Ttfi poker now." "When first wo married, you 'adored my friends. You'd mako them welcome, and cigars allow. To-day a cigarette your nose offonds They don't como now. When first wo married, j ou brought home each day A f rarrant posy for jour litliefmu. But such attenUous jou must elsewhere Pay . I got nouo now." " When first wo married, you would sweetly sine Lfko Sellni's bulbul on the golden bough. Tho tear-drops of...

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. — 5 April 1885

ax'-&s'rs :.'?535?v.-a i . -'jej ftS-'-JriJrs. . -?, -&? :-&.- . T1-1? ?. " .:.n.-l-ir5--T. Cr "t " V .J" ..J JM?-1 tl. 1v. Ii . i-V1 cKs S"! .te7SKwwYL--Wi T -r ''X-inaWiaX'- 5Tar&5WT' s'vo j - w--sv, .m.Tfcjic:.-! v,5? st-jbC" - -' t -THE GLOBE HmJBJlb. SUJSPATf MORNIffQ, APRIL 5 1885 &8g&?. Im; cw'x-Er-'f ' - y...-o-r nMMi amMiii rill fiiiiji i rr i ri - r- -, .- rr - - .-. ' u.oiHHiHaiBKHu.LA. .... j- . .-'-' . p. . i-3 3k,3- j&iw;7i'i . V k- Jt r ' Ml ill II I I II I II I I rk lav. "i -- -r 1Z .fSHaHBflWUMii . .-... - . -r , -t . -! r . . m ,- WIXW' rfS--,,lJELr"4W ." !;SsSaSs irassiH m i rrirnrTMiniJnTwrTTwn irjnwwiirTiaa - , n .TM"mMtfdfciia.riMnMigMT-WTr--iMMT-aflan- , , . ..r. .. ... .-..a i,' . --. .." ;., --. rw; r iaBEffaHWiffJuaaasaestitv: fx .vV v;wji: . -n i- ir-ta ..,- .jiauwM. j,.. . r ,. ... , : - ariMBMwaBgTCaaKjniii.iMJL-LMiiEiMfcarMtfcwLi i r.. V..--,-ji-1.jljJ!:: - --f-'inf'iiiri1wrri i i m .n laHiTYMMPrM ; 4 iFammameBu& . ... vr...

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. — 5 April 1885

r-.H.; ci kVj- "-:-H v.-- jb V--? --'- - - - ' . ' " - - , .-- $mmmmm4mMh . ., , --fiMnMn-- ' , w; ,.. -K-1 VJ. , ..,. .. V, .F T". - '"3?"-',ShX rT Jl'rrf--n."' 'rf". rtc fr&&'-Z -t-f ifiPB MJ0BK MSTTBLia riDAY MOHimra, APRIL 5, 1885---MGHT PACKS flwiraHwraiiMrT i-r- - I I?lj!f(WwBSfKvKli1isSit- sssss&sB sSm saw. 3uiamm- -- "- I GLOBE-REPUBUC. ;-' LOB K- REPUBLIC Published Every Sunday Horning LOBE-REPOflLlC BU1LBIIIS, WESTHIGR ST. Two Dollars Per Ter, Plvo Conta Per Copy. I tttrti by Carrier to Any Fart of tht City. IJrrss mil Communications to the SUNDAY GLOBE-RErUBLIC, Sprlacleld, O. ACXVA f MOBSIXO APRIL It, 1SS3. DAII.r IT BATH KR RETORT rOTHlSLOCAUTT. AS RECORDED BT J. DBCXV, XXrBKSSLT FOR Tr OLOBK-BBTCBL1C. Mean terapnture 23 temperature: t same date in ISM. 41c above. Temperature ol date in IS8S, SS' above. Temperature of aame date in t4, 9 above zero. Amount ol precipitation KMCOot an inch. There is one divorce for every sixteen marriages in the State of Ohio. ...

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. — 5 April 1885

TfiS 2K!KVat J&03 nSTETW" CARPETS! We are now prepared to show the most extensive line of Carpets ever brought to this city embracing the newest and most beautiful de signs in Wiltons, Brussels and Extra Supers from the leading markets of the world. These goods were bought for cash at extraordinarily close figures,-and we can give our customers some rare bargains. Our new purchases also embrace new patterns in CURTAINS, OILCLOTHS, UPHOLSTER"? GOODS, ETC., ETC. Which we shall take pleasure in exhibiting to the inspection of visitors. JONES & SON, COR. MAIN AND LIMESTONE STS. We take a business pride in presenting for your inspection and pur chase the most elegant assortment of MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING we have ever shown. This SPRING, in connection with our well-known Merchant Tailoring, we have secured, in addition to the most celebrated manufacturers' productions which we have always carried, some of very choicest styles or the more prominent manufac turers in Bo...

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. — 5 April 1885

THE GLOBE BEPUBLIO. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL B 1885 sis t. .. Wife's Appeal to Her Husband. rou toolf roe. Henry, when a girl. Into your home and heart. To bear in all your after-fate a fond and faith- iulpart; And tell me. have I ever tried that duty to forepo. Or pined there was not Joy for mo when you woreeunkinwoe? Nti, I would rather Uarcyourirrlef than other ople's plee: For t liouirh you're nothing to the world, ou re all the MorUltonie: l'ou make a palace of my shod, the rough hew n bench a throne. There's sunlight for me in your smile, and music in your tone, I look upon you when you weep my eyes with tears grow dim I cry. 0 Parent of the poor, look down from heaven on him! Behold him toil from day to day, exhausting strength and soul Look dow n in mercy on him. Lord, for Thou eanst make him whole!" And when at last relieving sleep has on my eyelids smiled. How oft are they fordid to close In slumber by my child! I take the little lnurmurerthat spoils my span of rest, . And fe...

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. — 5 April 1885

KB?33isfg!fS i ;&iffl iTloff ffiEm5TOiTgr8r 'imJSmtrSFWfr1''' r?ez' jr-ccp-3zrr-y t-sj- ... .. '3Pf T'rw ..-v.-waiwa.-K Se GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MbSpflJr; APRIL 5 1885 ' --. 1SS!-z!Ztrt!sMtt i s rrTTTis -. - -.-. i,j 'g-j;;'l''1-,f 1 3fr .5 t M if V ft t ,' J TRANSFIGURATION. Harrison Robertson in Puck's Annual. L "You are o fair!" Tet she seems not to note bis praise or care. A false or partial tongue might thus declare That she was fair. 1L "You are so sweet I With frank indifference his phrases meet In truth, 'twas less appropriate thau discreet To call her sweet lit. "You are so bright!" No signs of brightness do the words excite. An ordinary KirL a flatterer might I'roclaiui her bright. lv. "I love you sop Ahl she is fair au I swtet, an 1 bright for lol The metaniorpha.is thtje words bestow "I love you soi GRANT UNDER FIRE. EMINENTLY, AND ABOVE ALL THINGS, A COOL MAN. At The rront. Under Fire, In the Hear or Vicluburg What a Soldier Thought of Ills Commander The Key to Suc...

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. — 5 April 1885

anSmnl '"" mim S5gfcESgSiaa gr?- THmrrranFirT -fTM7-v-r, rK . THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 5 1885. EIGHT PAGES. OUR NE-VR NEIGHBORS- TUB LOCAL noXI.OS I.VKIlt Willi SOM IJO.. A l);lon Moihrr Crurllj l)firt Hrr Babe In k Hallway Car at Xt-nli A Hu man Unite at IlillMMim ll'r slaugh ter at OIotoin-A Forcir Arre-letl at CedarTtllr Tlie ttnitr NtiiSKlnc at London CrouUeduc at O.lmrn, lu Which aspriugllelt! I.jit r-nr . The travelioc public and citnens centrally at the Little Miami depot at Xenis Wednes day aftercoo", were t sidcrably interested in the welfare ol a little wait, a two weeks old girl baby, found asleep under a news paper on the Dajtcn train, where it hil ben left by its heartlcsi mother. The parties who left the little innocent. were an old lady and a young oni, the latter perhaps not more than 20 years old. They boarded the train at the Third street depot, Dayton, the elder lady havirg the baby un der her shawl. They seated themselves on ihe north ide of the ...

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. — 6 April 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic TIIK HPRINGFIIil GLOBE, Volumo V. Number 117. SPEINGFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, APEIL 6, 1885. ITHE 8FUINOFIIiT HEPCBIJC I Volume JLJLJLI. Number i IudiCAtlOUA. WASiiiiGTox, April 6. For Ohio Valley and Tennessee . Increasing cloudiness; light ains; slightly warmer weather; wind suiti ng ti southerly. OWEN BROTHERS. Boys' Suits innumerable in all manner of materials, colors and. trimmings. Not a shadow or doubt about it! Ours is the great est display of fine suits for boys ever seen in a Springfield store. Compare, if you please, our plait ed Blouse Suit, lot G4N. at $3.50, or lot 0402 at $5.00, with thoso to be found a square away at one, two or three dollars more money. Take onr plaited Tourist at $2 per suit alongside of others ol equal material aid make. There's bo use. No house not a manu facturer can expect te meet our prices within 25 per cent. We know it, and so do they. Tailor-made overcoats, silk and satin lined throughout, and oth ers less exp...

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. — 6 April 1885

&&&& &g& -tSSs ;S '50s " ... r it VSsTgS r '&r3 -a GLOBE BEPUBUO HOBDAY EVENDTO. APJHL fl, 1885 8L0BE-REPUBLI0. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY flNNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 1LOBE-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Dally edition, per year, .... $7.50 ihllv edition, per week, .... IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET 1 Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DOIiliA A yEAI?. All communications should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS k CO, prngfleM, Ohio. COL. COATKS KINNKY. Col. Coates Kinney, senior editor and proprietor of the GumE-K1.r1iBi.1c, is much better, bo that he can lane liis bed occa sionally and walk about. As soon as it is safe be will return to his work here, with the purpose of pursuing it "for life." This is a bit of exceedingly good news to his associates here, and we believe, also, to the general public. THE OLD M: CAltl.N. THE l'KOri.K ASII r.KNEK!. CHANT. It is ewdent that the people of the count...

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. — 6 April 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. -MONDAY EVE1STNG, APETL G ftib. JONES &. SON. , RAILWAY TIME TABLE BEE I-.I3STE. Cleveland, Colnmbai, Cincinnati aaa la. dlanapolls Railway. GREAT CENTKAL TBL'CK BODTE. zktew USTEW CARPETS ! CARP CARPETS! ETS! II We are now prepared to show the most extensive line of Carpets ever brought to this city embracing the newest and most beautiful de in Wiltons, Brussels and Extra Supers from the leading markets of the wor d. These goods were bougtt for cash at extraordinarily siqns in close figures, and we can give our customers some rare bargains uur new pmciiases asso embrace new patterns in CURTAINS, OILCLOTHS, UPHOLSTERY" GOODS, HTC., Which we shall take pleasure in exhibiting to the inspection of visitors. JONES & SON, COR. MAII GLOBE-REPUBLIC. JDully Edition.' UAll.t M B ITU KB HBJfOKT TO TUiSLOCAUTr. AS EkOoarjXD BT J. CKCir, BXFEEbSLT FOR THK toLObE-KXrCBUC. April S, 1330 6 JO a. in.. . -so a. m .. J'-jO p. uMWM.. $ 30 p. ia 1 ud Si' S V 5u" S W 06 A VT S. S...

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. — 6 April 1885

atofcgkjg.jwt'jg l"'1!,pw,iiiiiiiiiiP,iil,WIaiPByslaaWaiB 'SfffliHBBIMKff ,SBH3HWHBHBBHBW'I'WH(HBBHB!HBHBHHH l. . si? f a.T'.-..i-.-ii GLOBE BEPTJBUO. MONDAY EVENING, APEIL 6 1888. I fJlOGRlHiS Of TltX ELECTION, Krimblicnn Ilojio linn llicb, and Every. thtnE ImllcatM Elrctlon of the Straight TtrVet Hot Fight In Soma Pre cincts on Ward Officers The Vote Up to the Noon Hour. The first point of comileratioo in concre tion with an election, 3 veil as any other picnic, is the weather. It could not ke bet ter lor the tu'intss in hand today, and Re publican spirit rose several notches with the indications at dawn of a perfect spring day, which is fortunately ours. It means an in crease of hundreds in the total Tote, and by time-honored tradition that is farorable to the Republicans, who were early astir. In the Fourth ward they (airly caught theiropponents napping, turning out 20S to 142 and electing two ot the three judges. The same more was effected in the Seventh. Toting was active for ...

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