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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 20 April 1885

few Springfield Globe -Republic Iv SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1885. Volume V. Number fait. J (THE 8PHINOFIBLD IlBIUllTjie. 1 Volum XXXI. Number TU. .?4 M OWEN BROTHERS Incllentlotia. WianiNOTon, Arll 20. For Oblo ValUj sod Tennessee: Kalr weather, followed Id west portion by partly cloudy weaititr and local rains; southerly winds, (lightly warmer In east portion ; nearly etatlonary tempera ture In west portion; generally lower baro meter Thoughtful people will not do without. They cover aft other de fects. They .p.ak up for lock, at no other garment doet. Uteful In the milder yet coolith and tricky weather of this and next month. It it uniafe te go without altogeth er. It ie unpleseant to cirry In one too much heft. In Fine Brown Woretide $9 and $10, In Sray $10 and $11, in Brown Diagonal $12, In Seal Brown or Blick $15. More to choote from, leas in price. Spring Overcoats. The best coat to ba got costs how mueh, do you think? Compe tition would rather we would'n...

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. — 20 April 1885

'alHaHinliinHBnBllBBBl GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENING, APitlL 20, 188ft v" lOlS GLOBE-REPUBLIC. pAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. niOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WEST HIGH tT. Cor. Walnut Allty. TKHMSi Daily edition, per yer, $7.50 Jally edition, per week, licsntt. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET l Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOIiliA A TEAr?.. All communlcstions should be iddretied t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., Springfield, Ohio. NOTICK TO KASTE11M ADVKUTISKHS. Mi, II. C. Bnydrr, 23 I'ark ltow, New York, la the OlodK'Kkpcblic's .pedal reprctentatlTO, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. iWSVAY EVENING. APRIL 20. Tramps have thawed out, and they are now on the warpath, for the season. Business is reported good in the news papers of bath Cincinnati and Columbus. Jerry O'Donnovan, the dynamiter, doesn't draw as a lecturer. The people have had vastly too much of him anyhow. Allen 0. Myers is at last receiving con dig...

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. — 20 April 1885

&L0BE SEPUBIIO. SATUHDAf EVENING, APJttL 20 1888. i- ' -1 -"' ' - GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully 13!ltlm. ItAil.k HXATHKH MMIVUt roiTatiux'iiiTr, ai isoordid at t, Dinar, liriCMLT fOa TH LO-KfDBU0. April 1U, IBM, .. JO a. m. lU-Vla. m 2iMp. m SO p. m ID mi p. m Wentn.r. ciouiir Fslr Kslr rir dear Moid teiiipeMturn 87 Temperature I sanii dl In lM. B8! abute. Teniperatnre ol iini date In IMS, 62 shore. Tmnperalure ol lime 'i In Mv, W abore aero. CITY MATTERS. The County Commissioners held a short session this morning and allowed a number of claims newly presented. Xenla Uarettc; "Miss Oarrlo Smaller, who has been the guest of Dr. Rdwards and lam. Ily, returned to her home In Springfield to day." The wife of T. 0. Jamrt, the Xenla mer chant, now at the home of her parents In Yel low Springs, has filed a cross-petition against James for divorce, cbafglng blm with adul tery, extreme cruelly, and other sins aid shortcomings, The work ot the Salvation Army Is evl dently growing In power. Meetin...

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. — 20 April 1885

GLOBE BEPUBUO. SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 20 1885. re n: A 1KVAUK O V THE HKNCIt, ROUSE AND PARSONS: CHA8. LUDLOW. Ir i l.'f s Gitremoiilea In Cimimmi I'lens Cnnrt TM Morning tlinn Ittitlretiient ot JutUci Janice H. (limit trimi llm llencll. Judge Goodo linTlng announced hie Inten tion of Anally nljot.riiiti? M"" ,his morning, (tie members of the Imr of the county assem bled M 10 o'clock, At tlie offlce ot bowman & lluwman, for the ptiriKc of taking such action as might lie deemed appropriate to the occasion ol Judge Goode's retirement from the bench, Mr. George Spence was elected chairman ol tho meeting, and Mr. A. N. Summers secre tary. Alter tome consultation, S. A. How- man, J. K Mower, V. M. Hagan, Oscar T, Martin and A. It. Glllett were appointed a committee to prepare resolutions expressive of the sentln cnts of tho bar on the occasion, to bo reported to a subsequent meeting. It was also determined Ihut tho bar should assemble at the ;ourt bouse, and Mr. Bowman was designate...

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. — 21 April 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic SPRINGFIELD. OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1885. Volume V. Numbw IHO. I THE SPMINOf IX3r.T R33ITJ11T.tlC. I Volum XXXI. Nambu 74. OWEN BROTHER9 Indications. WisinmiTDN, April 21. For Ohio Valley and Tennrsseoi Fair wntbcr, followed lo west portion by partly cloudy weather and local ruins; southerly wind, slightly warmer In east portion; ncnrly stationary tempera ture In westponlon; generally lower baro meter LAST WEEK A man with a winter suit might bs considered seasonably dressed, but isn't today a little springy? Don't you feel the least uncom fortable sweltering under the helt of clothing suitable for zero weather? Then, too, the old suit shows marked signs of dilapida tion. We wish you could see clothing as it ought to bs seen, that Is, see what a saving Is to be got by pay ing cash on the apot and buying from dealers who have made clothing a lifelong study, Instead dragging along In the old rut of pay ing so dearly for accommodation. Think of the ...

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. — 21 April 1885

.ff.-4f.-4f.rHIaM4fS afsfsfsslwsftwsftws" MOLO W' 1 OLOAE BEPTJBtlO. TtTSSDAY EVENI&G, APHIL 21, 1885 w BwwwraiwK,"vit'v i rr-,?vzY-T h.vmii .,?' utiafiTiHiHBM jn&.mm mffsw.ni.wM w x t rr iil uit MmMjgf mmw jmiwim I is a . Ifffl ;$ 'A f .? i it t t .V3 -t 0& m r?yJ h r'j i.4i KS' S .$ l wr $ M is i 8? m wa I ex 137a i GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & 00., PROPRIETORS. iLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TEHMSI dally edition, per year, .... $7.50 Jally edition, per week, IS centi. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOIikA A TEAfy All communication! should be addmied te KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO., prlnglWId, Ohio. NOTIC15 TO KASTKIIN AUVKKTlSKltS. Mr. 11. 0. Bkvdkr, 23 l'ark How, Sew York, la the GLouK-IlKruBLit's sxclal representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. TUESDAY EVEA'IA'O. APRIL 21. We read a j;ood dcnl in the papers now about "Henry War...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 21 April 1885

m. . "miaH p &LOBB BEPUBUO. frtJSt)AY .EVENPTG, APRIL 21 1885. -" fc 10 J' GLOBE-REPUBLIC. 3ally Edition. IIAtl.l I DAI huh hmi mm rO'THULCKULITt, UUIIUID BT J. DBOBT, upturn worn run toi-f oLto. Vnn tenp"lur- 63" r.uiperatur. ' mum date la IIM, 40' above. Temperature of t.mi d-le In IMW, (3" above. Tivtipera.iu- of tame l in i .', 49" ehovi tero., CITY MATTERS. 0. 0. Ciefer. ol Urbaua, la In the city. J. N. Milt li building a brick addition to bla store it Center and Mulberry slrrets. Mis Hose Davis, of Columbus, li visiting Miss Klla Mosselman, or South Factor street. Mrs. Marlba Oomptnn, whoso death was mentioned in Isst night's paper, will be buried Wednesday altcrnoou at 'J o'clock. Funeral private. The patrol wagon hasn't made a run since the mo:nlng of the 18ib. Foster and Matt went on day duty for 30 days, beginning yes terday, Walker and Mills taking the night trick. Miss Susie Coi, of Ypsllnntt, Michigan, who has been visiting Miss Catrle Gartmell, of North Yellow Spri...

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. — 21 April 1885

m m s f . a fl n -.3 r'i H . K I 1 . TO Ivfl 13 rs ,'l ,'4.3 S3. j v.t Cft? m m ?1? I 1 CITY MATTERS. riev.W. II, Warren and wile went to Cin cinnati this morning. J. A. Webb, Traveling Passenger Agent of the ()., M. k St. 1 li In the ltj The Hunch of Keys Company left for Buffalo Tin the I., II, Ac W., this morning. Mrs. Kniton, daughter and son left last hlglit lor New York, over the Pan Handle. Adam Nicklas Hied an affidavit, this after noon, against Tom Kenncy, for beating his sister, Inst night. The Springfield lUse Hall Club went to Dayton this noon to play the Daytons on tbclr own grounds. The sister of Mrs. M.C. McCarty, of Carrol ton, Ohio, Is visiting here at her home, 208 South Tnctory street. Z. Barney Phillips Camp, Sons ol Veteran, have changed their meetings from Wednes day to Thursday nights. All members are re quested to report tonight lor instructions In muster-in service. Two local peds., Win. Brown and "Stumps" Hancrolt walked to Knon, yesterday, for n purse of $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 22 April 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic TIIM HlltINOFIXlL.I OIjOBB, I Volume V. Number llll. f SPKINGFIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APKIL 22, 1885. THE HPUlNOFIELt) IH31UI1T..IC. Tolume XXXI. Number 70. . OWEN BROTHERS ImllcaHlutis, Wamiincito, Ajitll 21. For Ohio Valley and Tennessee! Fair wcattici, followed Id west portion by partly cloudy wcaiher and local ruins; southerly wind, slightly warmer la rsst portion; nearly atationary tempera ture In west portion; generally lower baro meter A little 5c pair of tuipendart not over a fost and a half long. Try them one by one, pull them, they'll atand it, stretch them, try them all, if you like, and when you have found the pair that touchea your feelings most happily, pay your nickel and take thim home and tell of the others you aaw hang ing next, a lOo size for your brother, or the 20 centers, longer by a foot. The weighty oaes at 25c or the more dressy with silk ends at the sams, and some 30c and 35c. Very easy to get, are suspenders. No easier th...

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. — 22 April 1885

re VJ GLOBK'HETniBLIO WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1886 I I 1 i Ttf V Vi i '"V J If J a !. . u it ,H .J I. ? fl uras J .s r-ffl PI .5 ass $ri 1 I a s I 1 i ft h ti GLOBE-REPUBLJiO DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHCD BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRtETbRS. ILOBEREPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIQHST Cor. Walnut Alley. TEIIMBI Jally edition, per year, Jalljf edition, par week, $7 50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLiLiAI A TEAr?. Alt communlcitions ould tie addresied to KINNEY NICHOLS i CO, 8prlno,n.td, Ohio. NOT1CI-. Til KASTl.ll.N All. I lllIM Its. Mr. II. C Snthkr, 21 I'ark How, Jsc Wk.la the (ItoMt-ltKruneK's pecll re) rrsmtntlie, to whom nil Eastern dfrtllnK liulte, iuutle referred. WL'DXHSOAY EVEN! NO, A VII II, Wo rise to remark that the indicitnni ol spring aro reliable the corner loafer blooms forth. Oivo the Spring sunshine, free air and the old man hime'l hall i chance and Uencral Grant will pel ll Harrison, the "bo preacher,' ...

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. — 22 April 1885

I3wSl GLOBE HEPUBLIO. WEDNESDAY flVBNmQ, APRIL 22 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully Edition. UAil.t WHATItm HMfOHT this toriLitr, ai inoiMD it j. dicit, XPIIMLT 0 mi atOIB-HBTOItlA April 21, ima, 6 JO ii. in.. lu'SOa. ra , 3'etfl p. in ....... ,. 1 80 p. m .., I" in p. n Weather. KTr Fair lelr Clrar Clear Meau t'npntur Co Temperature I same attain 1884 40' above. Temperature of 'trn iliio In isas, Bel" abive. t-mh porn tarn of Mine 1i In I8 , 49' above sero. CITY MATTERS. T. P. Gillespie It at the Lagonda Hcuse. Frank Coi, or ilrllrfontaine, la In Ihe city. Dr. Hall returned last night from a week's Tltit at his father's. E. T. Latter will address the Springfield Hepubllcnn Club at thilr headquarters, 21 East Main street, tonight. Kvery colored voter in the city Is requested and urged to be present. In last eTcning's report ot School Boaid proceedings Mr. Bnrnt's rote for Prrsldcnt, on flist regular btllot, should bare read IT Instead ot 7, and was so written In the man uscript. Tho error...

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. — 22 April 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2d l&Sfc. w, &l 1 n :&: Y ' .'. T.T M x, J( ;')! .'Id 'A .' ,5 is 3 BPI I OITV MATTERS. Mr. MarahfirM Hteelo went to Dclphof, this morning. The Acme Club gltei a dance la Allen's Hall, toutgtit. Herman I'lynn and II J, Harriett departed last night for Nebraska. Mr. (J runt 1. Gibion, lormerlr night opera tor In thii city, la Tlattlng Irieada in this city. Sheriff John 1'. Johnston, of Madison county, Is in tbe city today, hating business with Sheriff lUkcr. The Athletic Aseoclatloa nlll bold a meet ing for business, at the gytnnaaium, tomorrow crentng, which etery member is desired to attend. , Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Nichols are absent Irom the city In attendance upon the Congrega tional Conference at Newport, Ky. They will return on Friday. Ttf-UtaV-Wrfuty 'Ue Stack I'rotecllan Society was incorporated in tha Secretary ol State's office, at Columbus, jesterdaj. It 'a now ready lor business. Mrs. Casey, wife ol Wm. Casey, of UK West Hi...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 23 April 1885

rv t - ' a-"V" Springfield rriiM HPIUNOCIIOT.II - - - . W .C oium v number ilia. OWEN BROTHERS Indications Wasuinutox, April 23. For Ohio Vallejr nil Tennessee: Fair wrathet, followed In west portion by portly cloudy weather and local rains; southerly wind, slightly warmer In tut portion; nearly stationary tempera ture In weitponlon; generally lower baro meter BEFORE PACKING TIME acA-sr lotjti, HEAVY WEIGHT AT REDUCED PRICES. In order to lessen the quantity of heavy weight orercnati prior to packing far the eaton, we hare decided to reduce each and every coat to a price that will cause many of them to depart. All desirous ot profiling by this given op portunity will bear in mind the date, and ap pear before us any day previous t Friday, May 15th. Everything In sprlng-weighU are ready. We can put our hand on any one of the five thoumud suits In just twenty seconds. They're here In all sizes, from small growth to "out-sizes" In quantity, for choice un equaled In this section. Our pric...

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. — 23 April 1885

w$w twin tfci'iimimwarti LOBE BBFUBLia THtJHSDAY EVTOnffg, APRIL 83, 18IB mum. f ft lifaaaaVawaaaaaaaaaaaawavBaaaaaaaaaaaSaaaawa 1 Mi'Sa'a"aaaaaFaaWeaaM i?ii, -' mill, i , i H. .. . ,"' LHULi ' " '''aenTMaasiiiismiHiiiMaaiavaa SwaaMr i(gi t?i El K32 1 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV ilNNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. IIOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TlinMBl daily edition, per year, tfally edition, per week, $7,90 15 centi. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, , ONE DOLLAR A TEAI. I All communication! should be addresied tt KINNEY NICHOLS k CO, Springfield, Ohio. NOT1CK TO KASTKKN AlVKKTlr.K8, Mn. H. C. Snydkr, 23 Park How, New York, Is the OLOBK-lthruuLii's special represehtatlfe, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referral. TlWllSDA ' EVEyiA'O, APRIL 23. Plant u tree tomorrow two ol them, or three but plant n tree. Pardon Jeff Davis? No, Sir not How about "removing bis disabilities?"...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 23 April 1885

3LOB BEPUBUO. THURSDAY JBVENINGi APRIL 28 1886. I"vl GLOBE-REPUBLIC. IJnlly XMltlom it AM l wrs-wirjt Hmfmut ros mis Lorn urr, xaaaooeDao it 4. mubt, xniMLT sob t LosB-Barrjsi.io. April 23, US. 1'du. tvllid Wealaar. 6 JOnTio"...'". .7" 5s 8 W "Fair I. -We. m 74" Hlr'e 8 Fair JlSOp. m ....... SO" Sir's; 8 Fair . SO p. m.. 72 H Clear I'MH 0' H Clear Mna temrvrnturo C8 temperature I seine date In 1M4, S91 above. Temperature ol m dl In IMS, 4V ali-ire. Tonporalure ol tame "i In ls, 31 above aero. CITY MATTERS. A couple of watchmen nt Kilt street shops hid n Utile tniautiiletitaniiloif lust nlglit end ing n fist light. The tatrol wagon was railed out to quell the disturbance Dikd Dunlap Kntered Into reat on (be evening of April 22, 1885, at 10:45, Fannie li , wile of Dr..Uharlea W. Dunlap. Scrrlces at the liousej private, Friday next at 4 p. in. "MAiuiicDf April 22d, at Oxford, 0., by Iter. Henrjr Tucklejr, Dr. 0. 0. Mtinnt to Cor nelia S. Bogart, The Doctor and bli hand aome bride bare ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 23 April 1885

a i i3 fiS . GOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 28 188B. s.WSWWwwsSawSSSISaS I III ill ---. III i lPwl im WMM,.MM- m $ fllTY MATTERS. rouse and pabsons: Z chas. ludlow. Tbo tdllorl.il notice, In this Issue, ot the remarkable qulrtuJe of the dynamite (Icud wan Just beyond recall, when the dull roar of the explosion boomed over the telegraph from London, la this Mr. Hossa k Co? If o Mr. Hossn .V Co. are remarkably sudden. Miss Sarah Morgan, of llellelontalne, li in the city. Mr. Louis Stern went to London this morning. L. M. Hart, ot the Byron Co , is at the LBgonda House. Mrs. Grossman, ot Cincinnati, Is visiting at D. Greenbanm's. Messrs John Berkshire aud Michael HI ley ere over at Columbus last night. 0. P. Anderson, traveling passenger agent for the I., B. k YV, was In the city today. 0. L. Hillory, Ion car agent of the 1., U. k W., was in town this morning. He goes to Cincinnati today. Mr. 0. S, Kelly has faith that spring has como to stay. He had the storm doors taken down ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 24 April 1885

Springfield Globe -Republtc TUD SPRINGFIEU), OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, APBIL 24, 1885. VoTum V. Mumtoar Sua. ' f I Yolsm ZXZIi Number 77. 1 OWEN BROTHERS Indications, Wasiiinotox, April 24. For Ohio Vallsy and Tennessee: Colder, partly cloudy weather, light rains, wind generally north erly, with occasionally rarlable higher barom eter. CLOTHING, Ready-made and made to meai ura exactly to suit you, whoever you are, whatever you want, un lets you want those made on pur pose to deceive. The narrowest, meanest, stingiest buy ers are pro vided for just the same, and one price the rule Invariably. Back of this, our standing guarantee : If not found as represented, bring back the goode and get your monsy. In the nick of time with lighter underwear. One solid case ef coolere received this morning. They're marked and ready. One grade better at a quarter you should see. There's ecarcsly any limit to varUty, medium weights for those who dare not make a sudden change from heavy to gauze, 50c. Jean ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 24 April 1885

IiiSmiil 'fwm . GLOBE REPUBUOFmoAY EVENING, APttEL 24, lBBB :,:2-: vvM,-,wiwittsjw-?iMnM)'w:) u? -'" ' '""""" ' ' '" 'Mssjasjwsia,"aiaSjMM 'ja. - ; "" ". , ,,,,,1,: ;,',. mmmmmmS ! I GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. lobe-republic BUILDING, WEST HIOH tT. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKBMSl Jally edition, per year, Ually edition, per week, $7.50 I ) cent!, Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE! DOLiLfll A TEAr?. All communication! thould be addrnied ta KINNEY NICHOLS k CO,, Springfield, Ohio. NOTIL'K TO KASTKKN ADVKKTISMIS. Mr. II. C. Bhydkb, !3 I'ark How, New York.li the ULORK-r.Kruntic'a ffoclal representative, to wlioia all Eastern advertising buslneae, must be referred. FRIDAY EVEDIXQ.AVJUL 24. Cleanliness nnd Cholera are sworn foes The work of cleaning up the city can hardly be overdone Lord Tennyson will pleaso "let up." IIis spring poetry is the worst o( the lot. The disease known as Hinkatism...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 24 April 1885

LOBEittlFUBLI0.. FRIDAY BVianiffCKiAPItrL i ,1885. N ij GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully Edition. ha 1 1. ii t bath nut nmioHt rOlTUUUXlltlTt, ASBBOOBDID IT t. D101T, iriBMLT VOI T OloaMarUM.trV April 23, lM 8 .Ma, lu. lu'JOa. m 2l) p. m.,...., 80 p. m ........ ... ln,Wn, m Wind "" 8' H 8 8 W 8 88' 78" 81" 12' 01' Clear Clear Klr Clear Fair Moaa tpnpturu 71" reraperatur i earn detain IM4, 4I above. Temperature l dale in M8, SP above. Temperature ol Mm In I8, 421 above sero. (J1TY MATTERS. H. Taylor, el Dayton, li at the Arcade. Mrs. W. W. Wilson, of Urbana, 1 lo the city. Mr. Mar Wallace, ol llellelontalne, Ii lo lown. Dr. Russell's lather returned home, tbit morning. Enoa Hopkins and wile, of Kenton, are at the Arcade. President D. A. Long, of Aotlocb, U In town, todaj. The Byron Company (topped at the La-; gonda Home. Mrs. W. N. Janrier went to Philadelphia this morning. W. 0. Balrd, ol the Lagonda House,- re turned ikli morning Irom a Tlslt to Zaaes Tille. Dr. Russell went to Cincinnati yes...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 24 April 1885

r GLOBE REPUBLIC. PKIPA'Y EVENING, AFK1L 24 188ft. .1 F T.1 $1 I w: 1 .8 $ Tin k& m ft J j il & I 1 8'1 t'i sd ';? I' I it! ' SL i w.1 HA ii VII Kdi iWfc 1 LW CITY MATTERS. The funeral services jf Uev. Jo. Wee, a prominent minister of the Christian church, took place at Yellow Springs today at 2 p.m. V. S. Newberry, Kiq., has removed his olllce to the oil KtruuLio building, Main street. 0. B. Williams goes Into the lormer Logunda bank room. Uev, Joseph Weeks, a prominent minister ot the Christian church, aged se-venty-four years, di-d very suddenly of heart trouble at Yellow Springs, Ohio, last evening. Miss Mollie Cooper, daughter of Mr David Cooper, ol this city, nns married to Mr. Charles F. Snyder, of Daj ton, on Thursday, In the Third Street Presbyterian church. Gen. lloynton, In today's (Friday's) Cin cinnati Oommerclnl Oirette, quotes Irom the reports of the late Col. Sanderson, of this city, made when l'rovojt Marshal in Missouri, to show who were "employed by ttiere...

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