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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 16 April 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic I r tub tTniivairtx:ii GionK, i Voliimn "V. Sfumlaor ltss. f SPEmGFIELD, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, APEEL 16, 1885. THE 8P1UNGFIELD BEFUBTJC. I Volume XXXI. Number 70. Irs 'i Ik) IA ff h !, I ; f f I i OWEN BROTHERS lailicaUun. Wasui.oto, April 1C For Ohio Valley and TVuco-se? : Local showers; piirtlr cloudy weather: light, variable wiul. generally (rem northern to southwest; slight lull iu Ifin peramre in Ohio Valley; nearly stationary in Tennes-e?. Just think. How tirny clothing stores are there in Springfield? How msny imitations? How many one price dealing houses? H.iw many imitations? Are thare any? Arc there rmny? fthich? A one prica spring overcoat seen hsre to-dav far the first $15, fine black or brown corkscrew. Another entirely different $10. The medsst gray at $11, or the sober brown $12, and others at $9. We were tie overcoaters in the fall, we ought to ba In the spring. It's fcr you to say. If a 20 per cant, caving is of any ac count, you'll hab...

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. — 16 April 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. 'IHUkSDAY EVENING, APRIL 1G I88b k. 1-J i-'i I : H P i I I h U i m i Iff It H GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED Sr ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. ".LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WCtTHIOHST. Cor. Walnut Alter. TERMS! Daily edition, per jaar, DalljTtdltloa, per week, - $7.50 1$ casta. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ohe Dollar a tea. M cooimislcatioia should be addressed tt KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, SprhteM, Okie. NOTICE IO EASTERN ABVEBTE5KBS. Mt H. C. Sstdke, 2S rark Bow, Kew York, is the Globs-Bepcbuc's special repreeentaUTe, to whom 1I Extern adtertlsina; business, mnit be referred. 1IWRSDAT EVESIXO. APRIL 16. The Cincinnati postoffise will be moved into the new government building April 26th. Chicago is in such a bad moral and po litical condition, just now, that it is about as much as a man's life is worth to put on a clean shirt. New parties are now in control of the Washington (D. C.) Evening Critic and the pa...

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. — 16 April 1885

! :l I Pi iv i M i. I ITT N J I ) GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. UAH t H RATH bU It Hi OUT FOTB18L0TAUTr, AS BKCOXOXD BT J. DBUBT, KXPKCSSLT FOB THB eLOBX-XKrUBUC. April IS, .E&5 6 JO a. m WV) a. a 2:a0 p. " ft'SOp. m . 1. ild 33c S E IS' S S"" s. Cilm 3 X Cloudy Cloudy Light rain Cloudy Mean ltrt--iture 43 reuipersture t uue data In ISM, 67 above. Temperature of nu date in l3, 53 above. Temperature of same date 13' , 45 above sero. Amount ol water from blcet and rain, 20-100 of an Inch. CITY MATTERS. John C. Wallers, aj;ut for tbe Kmpire Line, is in the city. Captain Asa S. Bushnell went to Cincin nati this mcrning. J. C. Veitch, traveling freight scent tor the C, M. k St. P, is pushing the interests of his line in Springfield. Mr. Littler's bill authorizing Springfield to issne bonds for sewer purposes passed both the House and Senate and is now a law. Tbe regular muster of Mitchell Post, No. 45, G. A. R., will occur tonight, and the. commander hopes to tee the hall filled, as...

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. — 16 April 1885

BEsggsi&mBms L'S- i.io- grrg' - ., SEStwS?' GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVEN1TO. APRIL ltf, 186 If W L 1 5 I! if CITY MATTERS. L. Heiskell and John HeisUll. of Soutb Charleston, are in tbe citj. Col. MorL L. Hawkins, journalist, ex Sberifi and Xaiioual Guardsman, was mar ried last evening to Miss Cora Weathtrsby, Cincinnati. At the residence of tbe bride's parents, 84 Scott street. April la, tbe Rev. R. A. Wag ner united Mr. Howard Hildebrand aiid Leota Pearson in marriage. Wra. L. Castle, tbe Fesrl l'amt Co. opera tor, of this city, was arraigned in U. S. Court in Cincinnati yesterday, and pleaded not guilty to tbe indictment found against him. The two men arrested yesterday evening on the street car for being drunk and disor derly paid a dollar and costs. It is extremely probable that one of them will be rearrested this afternoon. The youngest child Ethel of Mr. and llrs. Wm. J. Hart, of Cincinnati, died of con gestion of the brain, Wednesday night. Mrs. Hart, whose maiden name 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. — 17 April 1885

Pi" S3' ,rES!fflSSIESfflrotfH v ITOBMlMrBissslUlla I Springfield Globe -Republic V THE 8PBINOFIEI.U OI.OIIE, Volume V. Number 1S7. f SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, FEIDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1885. (THE SPHINOF(ELT) BEPUHiac. 1 VolumeXUI. Number 71. t OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Wasuisgtox, April IT. For Ohio Valley Tennessee: Slight rains and partly cloudy weather, rariable winds, slightly colder in West portion, stationary temperature in East portions, higher barometer in West portion, falling, followed by rising biromoter in East portion. 20 ROW 20 There they are, twenty kinds and twenty prices, all ready to be picked Saturday night. We refer to onr new stocking case, not yet painted. Handy. You look, think, pick and pay. Any price, aDy style, any quality from a nickle to 50c, and yon change at con venience. Shirts. It yon bar'nt teem aur last one your shirt education is incomplete. Just take minute and see what improvements there are in shirt manufacture. Think of the best made ganpatrtT you e...

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. — 17 April 1885

5SI8aSSaB rs?s?1 -s GLOBE BBPUBLIO. FEIDAY EVENING, AEklL 17 1886. 1 i i ! H.I iv i ra 8? 13 l M .SJ Ik; & GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. '1LOBE-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut AUjr. TERMS! Oa-'ly edition, per ytar, OaJljf edition, par week, $7.50 15csntj. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH D0U6U SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ohe Dollar a tca. M communlcitions should b tddrauod tt KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, sriagtUM, Ohio. KOTICK TO EASTERN ADTEBTBEBS. Me. H. C. Bstdkr, 23 rark Eow, New York, if the Globs-Sktcbug's special representatire, to whom all Eastern advertising business, nut be referred. FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 17. The druggists of Ohio are to meet ia Sandusky May 19th and 20th. We sincerely hope Commissioner Black has not utterly Soured on Miss Sweet. The President des not now indulge in pedestrian exercise. He allows the place seekers to do toe walking! There is one thing to be said in favor ol the we...

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. — 17 April 1885

GLOBE BETUBLig FRIDAY EVENING, APEEL 17 i85 o a i i 1 -- -1.11-osl -L- "" i! t H V i I v & f 1 p fi fl I tt.1 j c i v & . t fls 31 l if I GLOBE-REPUBLIC Hull' sedition. It All H HTHKH UM'9ttI VO TH1SUXTT, UlICUlIiID BT 1. DXUSV, BXrBK&SLY FOB THE eLOBB-nKrCBUC April 16 .685 6 J0a.m 1U-S0 . in .. 2:o0 p. m SO p. m,.. fl'W p. I" lv-. "vliid 40 N E 44 N E iff- N E 52 K E 45 N E Cloudy Cloudy Kir C1ouil7 Fair Mean tMiper.tur "45 Temperature " aaue dale In 18f4, 44 abut. Temperature ol tmt date la IMS. 49' above. Tiipertare of same M In 188?, 4G above aero. CITY MATTERS. Walter S. Betrv, general agent lor the Bjroc Company, is at the Lagonda. Toe name ot the drunk man who was taken out of a baggage car near Taylor's coal office is R. A. Dow. Messrs. C. II. Tierce & Co. haTe Harper's Weekly for this week and the Uomhlv tor May. Both are very good. Rev. Geo. E. Albrecbt, superintendent of home mission work among the foreign pop ulation at the West, will make his head quarte...

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. — 17 April 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1885 i i ifl ii m i K m It! CITY MATTERS. C. C. O'ltojle, iraveling auditor of the I, B.iff, is in the city. Grand matinee at Black's tomorrow (Satur day) alternoon at 2:30. "Heiel Kftke." Mr. K. T. Kidenour, of route No. 3, letter carrier, in this city, has been bounced for being "offensively partisa-." The Crowell-Littler mixed ichool bills were reported to the Senate, put on the calen dar and made special order in the Senate for Wednesday next at 11 .'clock a. m. Under appointment by Probate court, Mr. Henry Baldwin has completed an inspection of funds in the couuty treasury and makes returns to the auditor, agreeing substantially with the report already published. The horse found in possession of John Slotts yesterday belongs to a man named Druer, a wandering horse trader. The horse was stolen yesterday morning between 12 and 1 o'clock, while Druer and his com panions were encamped in the cuukirts of Dayton. Lieutenant Swissler, of the D...

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. — 18 April 1885

bwiiibbiim "ijsfflfwmwBz " Springfield Globe -Republic THE 8PBINOFIEIi OX.OBE, I Volume V. Number las. f SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1885. JTHE 8PHINGPIELD BEPCHTIC. I Volume EK"CI. Number 7a. W ! j 1 3 ; S j Hi ' w I OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Washixgtox, April 18. For Ohio Valley and TenDessee: Local (Lower.', partly cloudy weather, variable winds, jenerally higher barometer, slight changes in temperature. We made a statement a few dayi ago that nuit hare put to the test the believing ca pacity cf every one that gat its meaning, viz: that we show hete under this roof two-thirds of all the gentlemen's neck ear held lor sale in this city, bince we made that statement you have seen our west window overspread tour deep with the choicest patterns and shapes this country produces. A look sug gests the question, how much? The answer is ahead of the question tho', for there be fore jour ejej as plain as A, B, 0, is our ex planation: 25c each for this row, 35c the next, ...

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. — 18 April 1885

H miWUH " ' ' ""--WC.gsl--gaBfiattWa- r II ' nfw t itit- nil wE3F&& trfUsg3-ir- GLOBE BEPUBUO. SATUBDAY EVENING, APB1L lfi 1885. tsJ MB,M'il" r-iTfi i i. iisaaj i i. n. IK hi I GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BV UNNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 3L0BE.REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS! Daily edition, per year, iWljf edition, per week, - $7.50 15 cants. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHB DOItliAr? A yBAI. AD cantnsalcanont should be addrasssd tt KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, priaileM, Okie. KOTICK TO EASTERN ADVEBTISEB8. Me. IL C 8 ydee, 23 Park Eow, Hew York, U the Globk-Estcblil's special repreeentatlTe, to whom all Eastern adf cuisine business, nut be referred. SATURDAY EVEXIA'O. APRIL 18. Attention! Get ready to plant trees on the 24th. Mormon polygamy is now, indeed, an orphan. Neither of the political parties of the country gives it any comfort or hope. It mst "go." We learn from an "exchange" ...

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. — 18 April 1885

f-4-r nBTaawaaWaavaBnaBBBaaanafflsBsym '""""w-1 """ s'rF.v. Ss -wSfv- 41 GLOBE EEPUBLIO. SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 18 1885. 4 I 3 hi if iit GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xully Edition. .! niirNul UBfOKl rO THISLOTAUTV, AS KBOOKOSD BT 2. DBUBV, KXPBCSS1.T FOB THB 0LOEB-BKFUBU& April 17, ISM 6 JOB. m IUJOa.m 2:p.m B'SOp. m .. 10:10 p. m Itu -viiid W .V E " 41 JJ E W- N E IS N E S N E Light rain Light Miu Ooudy l loudy Clouif Mean t'pr.tur 45 Temperature i smut date Id 1W4. 49 above. Temperature ol .m date lu 13. .9' ab-tve. r-perIQre ol aame rte 18. , 51 above aero. Amount of rain the last 24 hours 0.'0 of an inch, and much thunder and Itghtuiug. i i CITY MATTERS. Miss Ella U. M vera departs today (or Cov ington, Kj. Miss Fannie Birber from New Oilcan". returned yesterday Louis Corti, who has been absent froi SpringfitI I, is back again. Lieut. II. C. Richards and family are ex pected to arrive in the city front Washington, D. C , this afternoon. They will be the gntst ol Dr. Noble, East High str...

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. — 18 April 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 18 L4 t ft CITY MATTERS. E. M. Campbell and wife went to Indiac apolU toJay. Mr. Will Gibson went to Cincinnati yester day. He rt turns today. W. M. Eutlcr, ot the Transcript, is in Co lumbus todST. Mr. Newton I. Setter, will be the new or ganist at the First Presbyterian church com mencing with next Sunday. Mr. M. D. Levy lelt last night for Ntw York. He was called there on account of the death of his brother, A. D. Levy. Bor.n To Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dase, ol North Market street, Friday alternoon, April 17, 1885, a daughter; name Willetta Daae. In detailing the instruments making up the Mexican Orchestra, the reporter 'orgot to include the harp, a rery important omission. There is good prospect that, il the weather is only half decent tonight, the Maxican Typi cal Orchestra will have a good audience at the Grand. Don't tail to hear them. The Columbus "Rink" aays: "Dr. T. K, Wissinger has one of the handsomest and speediest bay teams in the city...

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. — 19 April 1885

fgggpfli SuSiMnirTTrtftfsnfr' ntftr-Jam THE Hl'lllNGFIKLD GLOBE, I Volume XV. Number 17o. SPRINGFIELD, 0H"0, SUNDAY MOENING, APKEL 19, 1885. THE 8PBINOFICL1) ItEI'D ItlIC Volume ZZZi Number MT(). Sunday Globe Republic J S: i I 3 OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Washikctos, April 18. For Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Local f bowers, parti j cloudy weather, rariable winds, eoeraIly higher barometer, slight changes in temperature. The site may be right, but quality is of tome account In reckoning real talue. You might find your size among the men's suit piles, at $3.75 or $4.50. but quality might not entirely satisfy your idea ot goodness. They're none too good; none too poor for the price; as good as capital and experience can put together tor these figures. In calculating on low-priced suits, it might be well to wait for our May 1st sale 32 suits to be cleared at a price, you'll know in time. Better suits. We will group (or convenience those towering piles, at $G, $7. (3, $9, $10, and say, fo...

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. — 19 April 1885

"I a L'j THE GLOBE REFUBUO. SUHtDAY MORSmsrG, APBJL 19 MB if H GRAINS OF SAND Or all who toll from youth till death To win tho glided laurel wreath And wear It at their latest breath. tVho etrupffle wltt tho hope tho trutt That aft will Dot let their dust Fall down and unremerabercd nilt, Xot one In crerj thousand gains Tho glorious bauble for his tuUiis: Vet bears around his heart vca chains That burn and flro tho paiurs we feel After tho point of Failure's steel lias oicned wounds that will not hcaL What e'er I may be matters not. Knouph If peace falls to my lot. With (fleams lor trunqutluogs and thought To mo my native vales aro dear: 1 lovo them for their homely cheer, Tlclr quiet moods and language clear. To me there Is a mystic spell In each dutk-ploomlnff bill and dell, And music in the lowliest rill Thai rambles humbly like a heart Which scorn- all petty trick? of art And wisely takes the better part. Tho lauphter of the brooks that pass Thro mr own meadow-plot, like glass; ...

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. — 19 April 1885

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 19 t835 h A JAPANESE FAN. Clinton ScoUanl. Bordered by quirky lines. Covered with quaint designs Tortuous trees and viuei Drawn arabesquely; Ilere are grim grillms teen, Kivers of purple sheen. Maidens in red and green Smiling grotesquely. Haply beyond the seas Under the bamboo trees, Some jaunty Japanese Damsel pos-essed it; Haply her ljver. t x. When there was none to view, (Lovers quits often doll Kissed and caressed it. Now 'tis Jeannette's, and she Waves it so w itchingly Whene'er she strays with me Dawn through tha meadow, That all mr pul.es stir Thiukiug of it ami ber Han? it! I wish it were Back there in Yeddol IN THE SHADOWS. rnia Dare In Inter Ocean.) Waiting in the shadows for the light to come, Waiting in the darkness for the morning sun; So it is ne blindlr grope amid our aims. So it is we meet the sorrows and the pains. Listening in the silence a loved voice to hear. Listening for a vanished footstep to draw near; So it is the 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. — 19 April 1885

SSkksski HSias&fcsf&iSxuni mpw" ii'MiiuiH nHi1 Mi'er:Jii!J9fps'ra c- u THE GLOBE BEPUBLTO. SUVDAT MORNING, APRIL 19 1885. BIGHT PASES. 'I r V I y LOBE-REPUBLIC Published Every Sunday Horning 'ICBE-REFUBLIG BUILD1NB.WESTHIGH ST. Two Dollars Per Year, IVU-vo Ceiitej Per Copy. I ittred hy Comer to Any Tart of tht Gty. AuJress all Coniniunicatious to the SUNDAY (JLOBE-REPUBLIC, Springfield, O. tDHlA V MOKMtW J.PR1I. IV, 1SS5. I) All. I HBATHF.R UKtORT FOtTHISLOCAUTr. AS BBOOKDID BT J. DBUBT, BXTBXSSLT FOB THB ULOBK-KIFCBUO April 19. lab. 6 JO A. m ll)-SOa.m 2:S0 p. 6-30 p. m 11-10 d. ra Weather. Light rain Light rain Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Mean temperature 43 temperature it tame date in 1SS4, 49- above. Temperature of same date in 18SJ, 59 abore. Temperature ol aame del In 188', SI" above aero. Amount of rain the last 24 hours 0.10 of an inch, and much thuoderand lightning. Colonel Coates Kinney is improving slowly, with a fair prospect for recovery. The Prince of Wa'es is the riv...

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. — 19 April 1885

WffB! GLOBE REPUBLIC. ST3BBAT &OKNTNG, APRIL 19, l8b5-EIGHT PAGES. ?- n RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. JtVDOET or tub trxEti's noisun. Gathered b a .lournalUllc IVdeetrlan Note, from the Loral Social. ArtUtlr. Mulral ai.il Drmnatlc World Saltation Army Tlie Iriaruond Uoax TUe Change In Administration-Kxodus to Kansaa Note and New. That highly interesting account of the fitd ing ot a twelro pound no carat diamond by a Greene township youth named Charles Elder has already commenced to go the rounds ot the press. Ac item like that is like the epi zootic, it will sweep the country, and there is no reason w hy it should not be published in several thousand papers before it is through with its wanderings. A well-posted jeweler remarked on the subject: '! would not ad vise any local capitalists to invest in Clark county diamond .nines on the strength of the find, however, since the stone is undoubtedly quartz. The lact that it will scratch glass is nothing, since any qutrtz will do the same. I e...

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. — 19 April 1885

m$m$. ia,iJ3,w,At-i-'MP3KBMMM iWlMit "-iffo''lreTr5aggta "Aas&rajatts 'in TiiTi'intTToriVTiin i iM niiinrrirrrriiiiiwiw THE CrLOBE REPUBUO. SU3TPAY MOKNING, APEIL 10 1885 - "' ' !! I I ' '"'I. II" nrtllltp T-ilW I. ilinl'rPT- . i TT -. -" - m- - , ,lrBlrimrlll"W,l'' J"7SriSri - .-...; - ,-w i .rMH,..,., ... ..,;-. jtrtiWZTTrZ- u I I H I 11 i r H 11 i.i ! THE MYSTERY SOLVED Nonsense! 1 shall not marrv at all." "Why. vou certainly mean to marry John Brant?" "Assuredly I do not He is passable, that's all." "Then it will be Harry Rogers." "Never! Harry Hogers is not endur able with his mild ways and his meek courtesy." "That will do to tell me. Miss May Saunders, but wait till cither of the gentlemen proposes to you, and you will accept. "They have both proposed, and both been refined within the past twenty four hours. There now! what do you think of that? Haven't I just a little bit of spirit and independence?" "Why, May Saunders, you are a silly girl to refuse either of these gcnt...

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. — 19 April 1885

fifn-tiT-iril nir3"" 11111 SUSTDAY MORNING. APRIL 19 1885 THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. sn h FOR UNCLE SAM. HOW THE GOVERNMENT BUYS ANI MALS FOR HIS CAVALRY SERVICE. The TartU-nlar Grade of Ilorsrs De manded I'll steal Kequlslte of Good Oat airy Steeds ltlgld Tnb of the Inspection. St. Louii Globe-Democrat! The government is buying horses In this market for cavalry service. Four hundred head are to be purchased in St. Louis, and abjut as many more in two or three other western cities. These horses are for troops in the four deportments of Texas, Missouri, Dakota and the Platte, covering a range of territory extending from the Hooky moun tains to the Mississippi rirer, and from the gulf to the British possessions. It is esti mated that three-fourths of the army is en gaged within the scope defined. The average life of a cavalry hor.-e de pends so entirely on circumstances it is diffi cult to say how long he will lat before he is condemned, or dies from hardship or the bullet. Sometimes they di...

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. — 19 April 1885

EH ttfi GttjOBifi EEPtJSLld. SUNDAY itOBNWG, ABlt 10 18$6-&GMtf PA&fc'S - Court-Ilouce ltit The fury of a woman fcorned as a rule tales the form of ejaculation, anathemas, hair-pulling or cold poison, but the more practical measure of a fuit (or $3,000 for breich ot pfmie is the last resort cf Aona M. Blount, colored, who, by petition filed in court last night, ask judgment for that amount against Win. Guinea. It is alleced that defendant promised to marry plaintiff in July, 1881, and acain in Xoremlier, instead of which he did go and matrimonially unite himself, December 11, 1881, with one Sarah Hooks. A suit of another sort is pending be tween the parlies. Entries in thirtj -eight or forty caes brought to recover Scott law tax paid into the county treasury, have been furnished to lie placed upon the court journal, in accordance with Jndge Goode's decision on defendant's demurrer, to which plaintiffs object. Deputy Sherifl A. J. KAerand Mr. Klein felter went to Columbus yes...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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