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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 12 April 1885

SSSii tjiM 3Ssk vJlIflf SB. ?t . J "! x vrJ Jtf 394S sasss Sunday Globe -Republic Hi TIIR HPltlNOFIKLU GLOBE, I Volume IV. Number loo. SPRINGFIELD, OH 0, SUNDAY KOKNING, APRIL 12, 18F5. TIJ"E 8PBINOFIEL1) BEFCBLiIO Volume 2CJLX.. Numbor 3UO. " ,n ' lwltl i fflrnTTTfunn nMi"&:npffr:vsvs-i- .-aai , ?sS & iSt--L- 2T1 HMi r. a. OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Washimotos, April II. For Ohio Valley ndTeooMsee: Generally fair weather, pre ceded Id upper Ohio Valley bj local sliowrrs; wind general! y Irom south wot to northwest; higher barometer; slight changes in tempera ton and, except in extreme western portion, lightly colder. Then if much downright cheating in Cbtbing, and more than in any other clasi al Merchandise; and as much bungling from igaorance and wait of technical (kill as in any tort of manufacture. The nakert who put together clothing in custom shape are few. The retailers who handle properly-made aajfaeata are lew. The manufacturers who supply consumers direct Irom thei...

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 April 1885

5R" ' - . . - . . - - - - Is ' THE GLOBE KEPUBIIO. SUNDAY MOBNUG, APRIL 12 188 ni Hi ;: II It: I l m A WOMAN'S COMPLAINT. 1 Vnoir that, deep within your Lean ot honrttf. You hold iue thrtneU apart from cotnraoa t hi nut, AnJ Unit m Pte;. my otco, can brlnjrtoyou A eladnc-s that no other presence bring. And yet, tlear love, through all the weary days Tou iferer spoak one word of tendeme Nor btroLo my ha r, i or sotlly clap my hand Within your im n. In lo lug, mute carvss. Tou think, perhaps, 1 should be all content To know m well the sacred nlacC 1 hold Within 3 our life, and sojoudo not dream JIuw muih 1 loufc to hear the story told. Tou can not know, w hen wo two sit alone. And tranquil thoughts within your mind are M.nvd, Wv heart fern-fiip like a tired child For ono fond look, one gentle, loving word. It may bo. when your eyes look Into mine. You onl jur ' flow dear ehe Is to tael" Ohl could I rvad it n jour softened glance How radiant t?u plain old world would Ins! Perhaps, soir...

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 April 1885

5 ssLLiaasissaswBg llE GLOBE iEtfiPUJBLIQ fcfrftDAY MOIlMra. APmL i2-1885 111 I ti ff .! B hi f CASTLE8 IN SPAIN. IOa Van Tassel is American Queen. Without in night sod falling raiu; Within, I musing sit and dream; While in the clouds of uiy Cigar, Rose-colored by the crimson gleam. In fire-light flashes from afar, I build fair Chateaux En Espange. Fen score I own of Castles high, And in them and from every screen Of lattice-work, thy laughing face. Set in a frame of tangled green. Looks down on m with careless grace, And all the world goes heedless by. Come then, my lore, and fly with me. Through falliDg mist and rising tide. To some bright land from shadows free, Where I may listen at thy side To ripples of a summer sea. Whose shores are those of Arcady. Kow whither hare my fancies flown! To fight the fates that sit above. How could I hope that thou wouldst deign To change thy broad estates for lore! Ah, no, thou dwell'st in fair Espange. 1, in Bohemia, dream alone. BRILLIANTS. Th...

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 April 1885

l WHBi - ?; r" l-EtS 'eSS Tji-Mrf: iuA.--w?.'3aftr; d?HE GLOBE BEPXIBIia SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1&85. SttHT FAflES. .Ttfipr i-1 LOB R- REPUBLIC Published Every Sunday Horning inBE-HEPDBLlC BUILGIMS, WESTHIGR ST. fvro iolliirx Xor Year, I'lvo Cents l'or Copy. iwrtrf Jy Carrier to Any rarl of tht City. A-urrss all Couimuntratl'm to tha SUNDAY U LOBE-REPUBLIC, , Springfield, O, NONlt.t JIOHM.B AVRIL IS, 1SSS. rijll I HK'THKR BBVOSI FO THIS LOTAUTr. AS KECOSDSD BT J. DICIT, czriusLT roa tbb oujbi-miiteuc. April 11, IS 6 .to a, ta . lO-V) . ia ... . 2:.M p. tn ... ... f-SOp. m .. To wind 2F s"e 2 SW IS" 8 W 42 S W 3i S F.lr Fair Fair F.lr Cloudy Mean tirrtDiT 33 Temperature I same date in ISM lc abore. Temperature of mi dete io I, S2 above. Temperature ot same nt tn i , S3 abore tero. Colonel Coates Kinney 13 still improving, and may be expected here again after a convalescence. The friendship between England and Russia seems to be a kind of hand-on-the-pistol-pocket affection. Ge...

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. — 12 April 1885

'S .SJKS ?5S LSSi m fritft GL6B-- REPtfBlic. sijMAT &OfiftmQ, APRIL 12, irt5-EIGir PAGK& ?m rus9s 1 I-1 T- S I, " &- RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. WALKS A Kit TAIKS ABOUT THE CITT. Uath.reil and Compiled by One wlm Krfpt Eves and Ear Open fur the Benefit f Springfield Header Notes nf Inlereiit to (he Loral, Social, Political, Llierary and Artistic Worlil A Mad Drmorrat SpnnRlleld Kinplojes at W ashlncton Tne Cleveland Adttllnlstnttlon. I 111 wlkiDp with n prornitient Democrat vester-ay on the result of the eUclion id this city, and the reason lor the Democratic de feat To say that hs was mad over the re sult would be a sott expression. As he spoke fire ran from his eyes and smoke from his nostrils. "Tint Smith-O'H ien combination was the worst piece ot blank blankety idiocy id the political history of Sprin field," said he. "It was a saloon ticket; the candidate for mar shal is engaged actively in the saloon busi ness. Now look I Ilere we were pledged to the saloon interest, and ...

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. — 12 April 1885

-"- fcSrfa'M'rrrrrrM'a'M,aMIM(a ' . V - -csssssssta WjBWKiiirTniiii "rtrs . '.TJmmti!- sggggpatswjaeasnssssif - . sysn- TtiE fetgKfc JE&PtTBilQ isfrDAY MOIifrlftQ. ARIL ia. 1885 SsWasn S&fi.'Hf g:' CASTLES IN SPAIN OU Van Tassel in American Queen. Without is night and falling rain; Within, I musing sit and dream; While in the clouds of my Cigar, Rose-colored bv the crimson gleam. In fire-light flashes from alar, t build fair Chateaux En Espange. ren score I own of Castles high. And in them and from every screen Of lattice-work, thy laughing face. Set in a frame of tangled green, Looks down on in with careless grace, And all the world goes heedless by. Come then, my lore, and fly with me. Through falling mist and rising tide. To some bright land from shadows free, Where I may listen at thy side To ripples of a summer sea. Whose shores are those of Arcady. tfow whither hare my fancies flown! To Sght the fates that sit above, How could 1 hope that thou wouldst deign To change t...

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. — 12 April 1885

$&2&&&l a3rtffsBsiG&i!iHSiesBsHfeSssKi - ." ' ' i . :nA , - . i.9j-s:i..vs,iS."eMT ;?s3Hi3s,S!aiKSPrasssss .-ve..,..,.., , . . .- - . -rHstAwg5iTMiiiBtagg 'Jnrfc S TffErGLOBE KfiPUBLIQ SUKDAY MORNING. APRIL 12 1886 h'M -? i , i mmmm- , . . . i..-i. misss ffJKHS -v ANGEL-FOOD. M. L luiviie in Detroit Jree lTess.) "Give tue a kiss, 'twill euro the pain and ache Of the long day of weariness and toil; like summer sunshine all life's shadows niako My burden, lighter, and mv sins assoiL" So every day ho lived on angelVfooJ; Made strong and valiant by her wifely kiss; t To bravely put aside temptations rude, Yet knew not whence, bis armor came, I wis. Nor knows he now, albeit she is gone. But lives his life in brave and saintly mood The kisses which he grew tnd strengthed on, Are ftill to him his daily anel food. SHADOWS ON THE MOON. Medora Clark in Inter Ocean. I m a fair chil l's character Embodied in the fallen snow, It shrouds a meadow spotless white, Where chastene...

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. — 12 April 1885

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

I Springfield Globe -Republic Ss A THE Sl'ltlNOFIELO GLOBE, Volume V. Numtoer J an. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1885. J THE SPBIJfOPIELD REITJTiT..I-.. 1 TolumeXZXl. Number 07. It It. 14 I-IM lit i l If if I fc : " OWEN BROTHERS luutcatlous. Washington, April 13. For Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Generally fair weather, light rise in temperature, northwest wind.', becoming variable. Are they spoiled I The? are. Spoiled for forty to scTentj.flTe dollar tailor made rails. Who spoiled tfcem I Who brought down clothing prices in this clly to favorably correspond with those of other and larger cities Z Who orlf luted the system of one price, af fording eqnal rights to all .' Was it not Owen Brothers, the Sew Tork Clothing Manufacturers and Re tailers at Wholesale Prices t Thanks to an appreciative pobllc for sustenance glrem as darlnr the past year's strag gle la sUblishlnga business on correct principles. We are established, all doubts are cleared and ire begin spring busi...

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 April 1885

-v-.5'v - - mtiMmiiaT i-i : - aataaaaaaaaaaaaMWBaM - 'T?T " "---" " "'"" """ ' "" "'' yTWiBBWBWBBBiBBBiWiBBIBMBHBBWBBWBWlWBWBKBBiHWBIIWliWw"1!lwll,lwlwlll,w",CT,1,,,wilw'-'F" - srir"i' m ,u 4T8g ' ' p 1 . l r ISsSlfi ' . - " . iff Jiiiis a SSSri GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 18 if f I It-3 ril Ell 1$ ii II Lv GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. aLOBE-REPUBUCBUILDINQ, WCSTHIQNST. Car. Wtoat Alley. TERMSI Dally edition, per year, ttH edition, per week, $7.50 Moats. Weekly Globe-Republic. eUMaOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHB DOIiliAr? A XjEAY. AI comrnanlcxfions should bs addressed is KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, eriagfleld, Okie. XOTICE TO EASTERN ADVERTISERS. He. H. C. Bittdik, S3 rrk Bow, Sew Tork,le the GLoBl-BErcEUc's special representatiTe, to whom all Eastern adTertlsIng bnslnees, moat be referred. MOXVAY EYES 1X0. APRIL 13. The Russian Bear is very fond of the British Lion. He would be glad of s chance to h...

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 April 1885

SsSSSk i;?-S8S?!feaS5S fty smmslsamatssstt r in -""-' &ss?53SS&SS2 &l65e BEPOBLIO. SATDEDAT EVENING, APEIL lfi 1885. fSraBi3B b -wjt w i ihtygagv i j 1 1 m MwiiOBare "gagitgiJttiQWfcfiitr -a-SO - "SiSc?-'P-"?g R."ttJt3P,&cvgHa ggaa!l,i'M''J-JJJll-L-J:rs3- . , .... . .ij-i i " . - . . .jss '""'" " j m b Pi It?. i IT Jt l& b II I Uf i LU 1' V 4 i I II -' N k"-X GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Sally Edition. UA1LI HKATHKS fc'JCf'OKT rV.TBMLOCAUTI, AI BXODKDID BT J. OSDBT, BXrKKMLT JOB THE eLOBC-KEFCBLIC. April 12. iwi. C . a. m Ij-SO a. m J: p. ai 6 so p. is l.ui llld 4J W 50- W si s rr 3i N W Cloudr F.ir Fair Fur F lr tteaa te rrtar- S3' ruiierature emui dale in 18s4. 4S-" aboTc Temperature of mcii dt tn IMS. 56 abwe. r-nipirsture of tarns date In I"h , S' at-or. rero. smartsnowquallfrm5:3Ot06p m., enough to whiten the ground. CITY MATTERS. D. L. Xickum went to Dayton ibis morn ing. A. Q. Chase left on. the morning train going touth. W. N. Wliltelejr west to Cincinnati this msrnin...

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 April 1885

iS2gS2&mm S.a,,,FJ rJ'PsaPsaQaPPyTawl &$l lh r. CITY MATTERS. Mr. Jerome Fussier, of Xew Yoik, is io the city. JuJe Littler returned to Columbus this morning. Several of the SUvatiotiisu lelt town this morning. Rev. Dr. Talcouer talks o! going to Europe this eesson. General Keiter returned to the city Satur day CTening. John H. Johnson is around once more, alter bis severe illness. E. Jlannheimer, ot Pttuburg, spent Sun day in Springfield. Dr. Welsh and wi:e went to Lancaster Sat urday for a short visit. They will return to day. A suit is iu progress this afternoon befoie "Squire Rightmyer, growing out f the Wea ver Eros. entanglement. "Wm. Kiley, living on Scott street, died Saturday at 7 a. m. His fuDera! was held today from the Catholic church. Patrol Officer James C. Walter thinks seri ously of removing to the Cumberland river country early tbe coming tall to locate. The Mayor had a large docket today, con sisting 01 tramps, drunks, disorderlies, and a gosdly Tariety 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. — 14 April 1885

'ggsQriiit?E!iBfffiiiny Springfield Globe -Republic H B H I t II 4 . s J f ! t j I if -I 'il , 1 THE HPniNOFIKIiH OTrTli:, Volume "V. Number 1U4 OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Washikotox, April U. For Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Slightly warmer weather, local showers, wind shifting to southerly, low r barometer. WILLING TO DIVIDE. If our own made suits are not better by 20 per cent, than their's, buy their's. If our $5, $8, $10 or $12 suits are not low er by 20 per cent than their's, buy their's. If a dozen prices on a single garment is more agreeable than ne, follow the dictations of your nature and buy by the dozen lrom their's. If, on the other hand, our way and our 20 per cent, lower one price meets with your approTal, we'd be pleased to see you at any time. The young man who wants to put himself in fashionable trim for the warmer days coming, should at once see OWES BROTHERS, And test their ability on either ready made or made to order suits. Separate pants are smiling at you, and w...

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. — 14 April 1885

m m Hi GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY ASD WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 3LOBE-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS! Oalljr edition! per jaar, &tRy edition, per week, $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning. Oiie Dollar a yEA$. A3 commtalatiooj should be addressed ti KINNEY NICHOLS fc CO, prieffleld, Ohio. KOTICE TO KASTUXS ADTERTTSEKS. U. TT f CwnrK VI TTs- Tti1W VW Tnrlt-1 the fitoEi-r.KrrBLit's special representatiTe, to I whom ell Eastern adtertislnj: business, must be referred. TUESlKir EVESIXO. APRIL 14. We have Hard Times, it is true, but then we have Kinks! Mark Tw.;,,'. "Huckleberry Finn" is, largely, an autobiography. There is really nothing in a name. The Philadelphia Bullet-in is opposing what it calls the Bullitt bill There is to be a handsome and lively political fight in the State of New York this fall. The "concealed hand" of the President will be "in it." This, from the C...

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. — 14 April 1885

gWgT- i i 7r" " -"---, -iTfTr.; rr-rtyrrrr: rr V Spf?,T-f-i rr "'-"'y,irrTO ' - ' ' mIS5SZlZ2!!!?ZszZisp&-' ,V" - . . . im ; . .. .. , t . , ... ,. -.iram j '. V.,i,. IT.... ' "ML7"'f,ie:'' t-tt i r i'i ,".;,"'.Srrfg?',ri , hf I i I " 6LO.B& REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 14 1885 -. I I 'i , m L " - . "'.' ' ii ii - I 1 , I 1 l ! it i . ' " - - IP! &; i p i l l 3 r h y i ft! fi I if u : ii ,i u IE e GLOBE-REPUBLIC. .Dally .Edition. fJ.fll ItfilTKflS UK .V tit PO THIS LOfAUTV, AS UXOOVUID BT J. DBDBV, e-XPR-MSLT POX TURLOBB-KCrCSU& April 13, ibsS 6 JO x. nj.. it. sOam MH 2u0 p. in . .. 80 p. tw . loud j Clou J j F lr Our Oear 3l N W 2 y n Mfen u? rtqr 3) reuipiratm thin d.t.n ISM, 51 atoT. Temperature o! -Am. data tti l, 53 .lore. I tnp rulers of tzxzt .. iv , 42' hoTfr tero. This has been theco'drst dirwe hare h din any April sine April Gih, 1S41, unm the tern penture was 2i. CITY MATTERS. The European Hotel change hands tomor row, Dillon retiring and J. K. Bresnin...

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. — 14 April 1885

c. , .... .-. ,-..aMWb-jjaBaaai n i njiiiii , , i u TTlaTmnrr1-"" i mm m M ,jva. "eTr GLOBE REPUBULO. TUESDAY EVENING, APBIL 14, 1886 iiiMawawawawawawawawawawawawawawawaaawawa ' g cajte-'SNiaWMMIMi-aPBMgg S i if I ! ! I 5 P5 3 $ CITY MATTERS. Mr. Hall, brother of Ur. Hall, is in tbe city. J. W. Welb, of tbe C. SI. & SL P., is in the city. C. L. Hilleary, lost car agent for the I., & W- U in town. B. C. C. Kiilpatrick Chattanooga, Teen. departed today for W. H. Van Tassel has returned from a trip over the O. S. itli tbe pay-car. F. J. llaybury, traveling passenger agent of the G. II. & ., is in tbe city. J. W. Fickenoff, traveling passenger agent of the Central Iowa, is stopping here. J. A. Barker, traveling auditor of tbe I., B. k YV, honors Sprirgfield with his presence. ilrs. Fanr-ie YVstkirs, of Columbus, nee Fretzsan, is visiting her parents at 74 West High street. Council meets at seven o'clock this even ing. The new Council will be called to or der at 7:30. Dr. Wel...

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. — 15 April 1885

(53 11112 ci'iiiNOFiELO ai-oni-, i Volume V. Numraer l:5. f SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, WEDjSDAY EVENING, APRIL 15, 1885. I TUTS HPUINGPIELTl T-Kitirrir i i Springfield Globe -Republic i H 11. V- i V !' ! : J I I i m iz.f. Mi t L4 it 5 f n OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Wasui.gto., April 15. For Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Generally warmer, cloudy weather aad rain, toulherly winds, becoming vaiUble, fallirg liaroraeter, followed in ex remc cst by ruirg barometer and a slight (all in tempemture, by Thursday morning. THE WORST ! As natural born American citi zens, ithat would you think if we should quote through the medium oi a newspaper men's all wool suits at $ and $4 per snit! You'd say at once we , and wc wouldn't blame you a bit, for that would be an undertaking beyond the power of even the largest manufacturers. "When we mention men's heavy working suits at $5, equal to any $7 or $S suit to be found in the city, you are reasonably sure wc mean what we say. When we tell you that these suits co...

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. — 15 April 1885

$i GLOBE REPUBLIC. WEDISESDAY EVENING, APElt 15 1886. t V. kl lt ?., m SLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BV ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. qLOBE-REPUBUC BUILDING., WEST HIGH IT. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS! Djlly edition, per year, Dally edition, per week, $7.50 Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ohe Dollar a ea. M commiulcitioRt thould be tddrosltd to KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, prt.at.le, 01. KOT1CE TO KASTKKNk ABVEBTISEK8. Mr. H. a Sictdir, Frk Bow, New York, Is the Gubi-Bitcbui's special representatlTe, to whom all Eastern ad? ertlsint: business, mnit be referred. WEDXESDAT EVES ISO. ArRIL 15. The Supreme Coart Commission "goes The Toledo Bee is now stinging the Post with Latin epithets. "Mister" Khartoum- Wolseley proposes in the fall to take Col. Dick Parsons, ol Cleveland, talked of as a gubernatorial possibility. The portrait of Eugene Higgins appears in the newspapers. He is all that fancy painted him. Lord Randolph Churchil...

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. — 15 April 1885

i "f, He h I ! J f I h L GLOBE-REPUBLIC. atlly Edition. OAiLa irji.irHAK umroat THM LORAUTT, AS BCOOBOSD BT J. DEBIT, BXPBSSSLT tOB THE aueaVBIFCBUC. April 14, ,885, ru Wind .Weatner. JO e, m . 24' N E Fair ! a. m 40 8 E Fmir 3:J0 p. m r- a K Cloudr :J0 p. m rv 8 E Sleeting l":Wp.m 34 SE hleetlag Mean temper-tare 35 Temperature o Mia dele In 1884, 57 above. Temperature ol wai daw lo ISM, "i" above. Temperature ol umt "! In 1882, 44 snore tero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. alagie, of Chicago, ij in the city. Mr. James Kirk, of the Arcade Hotel, west to Akron thia alternoon. Dr. Hnlick returned last night from his visit with friends at Cincinnati and listavia. Mr. Charles K. Driscol and bride arrived here from their southern tour last night, and are at Mr. James Driscol a, on South Center street. R. W. Jones was locked np last night for getting drunk. John Dixon was arrested bj officer Wilson yesterday alternoon tor stealing hide. The first stock sales at Xenia Monday are pronounced a success. T...

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. — 15 April 1885

it i ' GLOBE REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 15, 1886 a&' & . ii I Mi IHt ii 1 ! r Ii! Sf.li!' CITY MATTERS. I Geo. Arthur went to Columbus today on provisional business. Mrs. X. C. Atnsden, of Dubuque, Iowa, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John S. Barr, West High. The Baker & Farron Company passed through here this noon. They played in Day ton last night. FraaV C. Cooper, formerly of Springfield, now one ol Urbana's leading hardware mer chants, is in the city today. Captain liiddle Boggs, whose health is somevhat improved, will assist Marshal Hughes in the clerical work o! his office Ex Marshal Hay ward is lending bis aid and ad rice in ncqu inting the new Marshal with the duties and methods ot his office. The Soper Manufacturing Company, which was confidently expected to locate at Spring field, has bought two acres of land in Bloom ington, 111., and will begin Derations at that place as soon as possible. Springfield lost this plum through the neglect of some of b...

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