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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 25 April 1885

V " 5 ?" "V,-" . -T ", ""jr ' " ' (' . It Springfield THE HlMtINOFlBLI CI'L.OllX, Volume V. Ntnnucr 111, OWEN BROTHERS Indications. W9hin(iton, April 2D. For Ohio Volley and Tennessee: Sllghlly warmer, nrttjr cloudy weather, local ehowrti, variable wlui'l In Tonnessrc, Knilerly winds, becoming rati. bio In Ohio Valley, lower barometer. s. s. w. A quantity ol Soiled Shirt Waists going for ' half. Thojr look as the finest and cleanest would look alter a week's wear. I!lg choice nt 25c and 00c. Heady to-day. Sco chil dren's dipartment. Spring overcoats are new, many to choose from, hnudy prices, $0, $10, $11, $12, $15, $20, and so on, Suits to order gaining favor. Sack suits $20 and up. Fit guaranteed. Fine cork screw worsteds $27 to $30. Tho best ol trimmings, strongest sewing, lastcst eastern fashions. Grand Army suits. A typographical error in our yesterday's advertisement made us my $8 lor Grand Army suits, It should have read $7 for fulls, $5 lor coats and vests in men's sizes, an...

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. — 25 April 1885

HHH ,,,,.r,fc...Myjggggg..;rP.7.. ..,. ,..,. p .;.,., ,,., '."i" '"."',:,':;, ;.'", i,ii,ii;;jjjuui.JS 'ivWVfggW.'-! r y 'jt u l"5j TV-" II) in ' 1 1 ID ll j I J LI '.IIWWIWwr. !U.!.IJ"I)W'WWWW8 OLOBB HBPUBLIO, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1885 I' m ST hs i 8 fiLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE.REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMS! Oally edition, per year, $7.50 Jally edition, per week, IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONB DOIiIjA A TEAI. Alt communication! should be addressed tt KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO., Springfield, Ohio. KOTICK TO llASTKIUf AWVKIIT1SK11S. Mr. II. C. SsTmcn, 23 Turk How, New York, Is the flLoBst-Itkri'BLii',a special representative, to whom ell Eastern advertising business, must be referred. SATURDAY EVEX1SO, APRIL 25. Col. Fred Grant looks like his father. AVe nro now fulljr prepared for war in Kurope. Gladstone "smolo" n sad smile when lie...

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. — 25 April 1885

MSOmm Kga wammm mmmmmmmmmmm QLOBE REPunUO. SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 2B 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. l.tll V HKATIIHt HBtOHl tO THIS LOOILITI, iS BIOUKDID IT J. DDt, KlriKMLT r0 TIHMLOM-lirDILIO. April 24, itM t .10 a. iu, 10-tO a. til 2M0p. m M p. ui ,.... ,. I1H0 p. m WeaMer, " Light rain II. r Fair dear Klr iitii'i traiur, Cl l'muparature . aMbiei attain 1184, 62s above. Temperature of oinv date In , a' above. Temperature of lame aii in ta ', 4" atiote xero. Amount of relntall, 0.04 ol in Inch. CITY MATTERS. Mr. F. VoIrI, ol Cincinnati, waa In town vcilctclny. Mrs. H. A. Uotvmna nnd Mlaa !aura How man went to Cincinnati, tbia morning. Mr. Albert C. Krcy arrived In town last night, from Colorado. He makes but a abort itajr, Intending to Hart back on Tuetday. Capt. Robt. llarriion li receiving tbe con gratulation! ot hia Iriends today, the apeclal occasion being tbe arrival of a very 101811 boy at bia house. At the meeting ef the Athletic Association Tburiday evening, lour ne...

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. — 25 April 1885

zwmwm JwjTOI mH'i PjUijiiiiit-JUii . t r'jyn 'TTygftagyreVAgv1"1-" .mi un. nnmw nnitnwiiMBmMWJUWWmimnnwwM tummum mm a n, W 1 i 14". w ra lot la I 9 S lis s rsi IK I I W Jy i $ t i sf. V? 1' I Hi !! IW.WWIW CITY MATTERS. Mr. A. l Htwllt, onn of Madlsan county's Uunch buslnraa men, Is In the city. Mr. Tunnthlll, living ut 75 Norlli Market trect, bntl all the money which was in her pock-book stolen last night. The sum was quite large and Is a tevero loss to the lady. A doublo team ran away with a spring on Main strict this noon. The wagon struck a post at Spring street and was wrecked. Tho team kept on with tho p le, dashing out West Main street. MAWUF.n I'ayne-Uhoderlck! On Wednes day evening, tho 22d Inst., at the residence of the bride's parents, on Chestnut avenue, by Kev. D. W. Smith, Mr. William F. l'ayne to Miss Hattle 1). Uhoderick, both of this city. Ore. llatterson and Welsh, this morning, removed a large fatty tumor from John Welsh, of South Mechanic street. The ope ration 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. — 26 April 1885

mmmMmmmmmmmmmmMMMmwmwMMKKi -C"-- rvTrr'-'' jri-- Tiifi MiitjMUKii:i.i tti.onra, i Volume IV. Niimboriri. J SPEINGFIEUD, OH0, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 2G, 18P5. volume XXX. Numbtir 91, iaJtT.JIHV T-irn-n. .,., JL"--"-""""""'''''"""""""'""'"'''WWIwW'i!"!! Sunday Jfi"k " " " aattttsatiiAaVA " ---'--"-- - Globe -Republic OWEN BROTHERS Indication. Waihiikiton, April 25. For Ohio Valley and Tennessee.: Slightly warmer, parllj cloudr weather, local ihoweti, variable winds In Tennessee, Masterly winds, becoming rati bla In Ohio Valley, lower barometer. Black and floe somehow belong together. Not that everything black It fine or ought to bsj, but the flout of dressy tulti fur gentle en are apt to be black. W, a makers, need to set up the very blgheit standard In black. We do, and be sides, tona of the tolerable aort. Not every one wanta the very allckeat, fineat, cosilleit aulta. Not every one feels to pay the Tery blgheit atandard prlcea. Thla necenltatea the manufacture of the aeTrral aorla. ...

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. — 26 April 1885

ftiwwys L?ffim-i(v:j-vvrr-wm . M-ahlMVU.hVft Kl'.'m -. i.. :- ...... --- ..- .. --- ..JM J....-.. . Miami) iiwawwiiiiiiiitLLiiiiMiwwauitMuiiiiiiiw m(iv t-hm t.v: ffgB(jflyqgiBPBBgWBCggKlBW'MIWiWWIIW-lUI.MMI.illliilll-PU'JWw"i THE GLOME REPtTBLIO. SUNDAY MORND-TQ, APRIL 25 188B a i 1-1 ! 'sft w. lit . r VA 4 sat IflKf i-? I.Tfl Wl ti' 4 imh 83 mv m W 3t 8 ft , :4 I f Mr K,f, FACE TO M(JH. A Faot Rotated In Sovon Woll Told Fnbloa. nv n. k. ritANcii.tox, Atmion or "A (liutr Hmhiss," "Qnitt At Last," "A Hum. Qurks," "KmiVs UlVK," ETC., KTO. 1'AllMt Till: SIXTH.-CosTtNUItn. "Whnl was his regiment?'' "All. that's slipped my mlml. Hut my girl knows. 1 wish ho could havo boon burled by his mother! but God's will bo ilono! Churchyard or battle Held, 'lis nil one to him; mid I'll see him nnt forgive him, nnd ho me, just as soon- " "I nm-" "Ay; I know," went on Farmer Blackthorn, heeding him no longer, ex cept ns n rolle of the tight where Ills son had died. "And I'll tell you what I haven't n...

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. — 26 April 1885

QOOD OHUR. 0. h. Cloaveland la Th Current Upon tho Isvsl boulovard Iter bright, luxurious carriage gilds At omii j ths tight drawn reins retard Tlio nottlo I steeds' too rapid strides; Amid tho purple cushions alio Is fair at mortal maid may bo. Born whom tho lako winds sang to htr A lullaby, or wilder grew Badde tho city' ceaseless stir, She dearly lovos each ipot and view, Enuh ro.tful park and stately street Whore restless lake and city moot Reared whore ho hoard the clash of Ufa Ou every aide, well-balanced, bright She kept her eoul within the strlfo Secure In Innooeooe and light) Tho city' turmoil and unrest llavo brought no discord to hor breast Hor sympathy I wide and sweot, Jolnod unto knowledge kwn and clear, Though nover bo tho world complete. She holds the simple croed, go id choer, As muali as Urn at will's command, To be the best for heart and hand. Ooodcheorl It Is the soul of hor I The trim light on her lovely face! And all hor word and acts ccnfer A good befitting li...

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. — 26 April 1885

""""""" mmmmm9mmmmiimuuummwmMmtimmmiimm iV ' I '' I 1 I J i I I 9 I w s m GLOBIMIEPUBLIC PaMUhed Every Sunday Morning RLQBE-REPOBLIC BUILQING. WEST HIGH ST. Two Jollur Vor Your, li'lvo C'enln l'ur Copy. I wertd ly Carrier la Any Part of Ihi (Xty, AiIJkm ill Communication to the SUNDAV OI-OHIMtEl'UHLIC, Springfield, O. tlVNUA r MOKXIXH AVMllh SO, MM. 1AI1 k HKATIIKH HKI'OUT ro Tim Locit-nr, irocD bt i, Dinar, KxratciaLT ros Tin hlobk-hspubuc April 29, ISW, 6 .to a.m... .. . li)'30a. in 2:.S0 p. m. 6 '30 p. m ........ Weatner. Light rain Hair Fair Clour Fair i'i'hii p. m Jipun imniM'rmure oi- ioiu-riiiurv i niur ditflln 1R84, 62 abore. Temperature ot wmi date Id 1H83, .It" above Txinperattire of tame Ualo In IM7, 4S abore rcro. Amount oi rainiau, v.vt oi an men. Winter and Summer arc plucky rivals (or luxurious dalliance in the lap of Spring The increased forestry, incident to Ar bor Day, does not appear to obscure tho sun. "A nipping and cnger air" struck the too ardently faithful in...

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. — 26 April 1885

fHJE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUZfDAT MORHING, APEIL 80, 1885----EIQHT 3AGES. RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. KAi.imtonvoi'K or KVKhXH VA&HINU In the I.ucnl World of Society, Literature, Art mid Mtisio-l'ntlietlo Story of kti Ar list's Urc.K,,orlt! Candidates of Spring, ilel.l llcinucrnts hiiiI Itepabllcnn for Uuvftrmir Mors I'rerloui Htone l.lee Notos unit Nom, The Oiibcrn atonal question It beglnlng to loom up In this city, and nearly everyone, who taken an Intcreit In things political has a preference already While making my rounds last week, I put the question to tever iil hundred persons of prominence, and sue ceeded in obtaining n rery Interesting batch of opinions on tho subject, a number of which follow: Squire Frank Wgbtmycr: "Mycandldnto la (leii't Ifcntty, I think his record as n lie publican is excellent, and he would make the best run. It Is said he was defeated at homo once an tho salary grab Issue, but he would be an excellent candidate. Of course II it can be proved that Foraker wil...

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. — 26 April 1885

THB ftLOBB HBPUBIJO. BTmDAY MORimQ, APRIL 28 1888 An Old Proverb. I'outlnir, my rinrllnir. twcntno It rains, And (linen droop and tho rnln la ralllngr, And ilroi nro Hiirrlnif tlio window panes And iimnnnlnif wind through tho lano 11 rnlllnur Crrlnif and wishing tho ky was clear. And nmonnpnln on thnhittlcotwlnlngr Ah, wHI, roiiu mtor, my foolish dear, "'Tlspnsytolumrli when tho run la shin-In-!" When thn world la bright and fair and gay, And glad blnlanlng In tho fair Juno wrath' er. And dimmer la gathering, night and day, Her nihh n dialler nf swirls together; When oluo rena answer tho aky abovo. And Wight Mars follow tho daj's declin ing. Why, tlun, 'tis no merit lo sinllo, my loves " 'TIs easy to IiuikIi when tho aun Is etiln Ingl" Hut thin la tho tlmo Iho henrt to test. When winter la near and atnrma aro howl ing, And tho earth from under her frozen rest Iiooka up at tho aky mill" and seowllng; The liralo llttlo spirit should ilso to meet 'I ho season's gloom ami tho day's repi...

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. — 26 April 1885

,wl al i iifi&ta --"-eP ? IU ,-t-BU.W WW ;f&J V.3&, &M- jC.7"JrJw , '-4- "v THE QLOBB HEPUBUQ ' SUKD AY MORNING, APRIL 2fe-1885 MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD. Nineteen Metals Thai Are Worth Mora Than 1,000 a 1'ouikI. Colliery Knulnesr.) Following are tho n nines ot thoM install valued nt ove f 1,000 an nvolrdupoli pound, thu Agnros glvou repra outing the valuo pof poll ml t Vanadium A whIU metal discovered In IKK), $10,000. Rubidium An (ilk aline metal, to-called (or exhibiting dark rod lines in tho spectrum analysis, (),U70, Zirconium A inotat obtained from the minerals zircon and hyacinth, In tho form of n black powdor, $f,S00. Lithium An alkaline motnl; tho lightest metal known, (7,000. Uluctnum A motnl In the form of a gray isli black (wwder, tfl,400. Calcium The metallic base of llmo, l.&oo. Btiontlum A malleable motal of a yel lowMi color, (1,200. Terbium Obtained from tho mlnoral gad ollnlto, found in Sweden, 11,080 Yttrium Discovered in I8J1, is of a gray ish b...

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. — 26 April 1885

ism ws 5aS laWaUl'lalliliMa W'uHlumi IMftH Wilfi ,., ,.,.,.,.,..,v..., T 1 y TKS GLOBE REPUBLIC, SUNDAY MORNmCr, APRIL 96, 188S.-KOHT PAM5ft ( ! it9' i LAGONDA NOTES. ROUSE AND PARSONS. THE ONLY BIG SHOW COMING ! ruitMMiKit lira hiaim r ui.oun III: I' VII 1. 1 (I llfl'OHTKH. m t: ; 'i , Iftd Ivwrfl I m Iho Flh In llin C'rtck Alxito Lngnmln Hnlijrrtril t ll lloan fit lljnnnilte The t'nnnK lliiakel rnllnl In lie llili by llin IIiick Cri'filt Tilliour llvil Mn l.t Tlturitilii'ii KiilfrtnluiiiMit llvn by tlie Voiiiik riiili' l.lli'rnry Snrlnty l.nn Slur I.ihIrk, I, (I. O. 1 -Local llrlet Mention. Hcv. I). W. ltown, of Weilrrvillt, spent Inst Sunday wiili Mr. Wlllinm llergi-r anil fnntllr. The memlea Iiavo nguin ninde llulr appear inoi in this I'Hcp, two of Mr. Samuel Siolt's :liili)rcn nrn tick villi tlicm, Mr. Wcelcy UoMen n 111 start Into llielioiue painting tmsincn this week. Any one Ish Inj; first-clan work ilonc will ilo well to con sult Mm. I, Bat KuniUy scvernl perrons from the c...

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. — 27 April 1885

StHSI i r Springfield Globe -Republic Tina HinmaFiL.n OTmiB, Volume V. Number 1HB. SPEINGFXELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 188B. ITHl 2 BPIUWOFIBIjD ltlOI'UIITIO. polnmt XXXI, Number 70. -Vjp '." P. KT A OWEN BROTHERS titdlrntlnna. WiBHiNdTON, April 27, Ohio Valley tod Tennessee, fair weather, slightly warm, variable wlndi, generally loner barom eter. r SUITS 7rir:ra: Extra Set of Buttons, Are Obtainable From the MANUFACTURERS DIRECT, 25 PER CENT. BELOW Winmi-ko, Man., April 27. It was re ported here last night that the rebels had made an attack on Mlildleton. What Mid dleUm's movements will now bo It Is dim cult to say. Without reinforcements, and as the only available battalions are at Swift Current and cannot reach him before ten days, ho Is in a dilemma. Prince Albert must be relieved, and if he falls hack thlt cannot be dona Then If ho remains when be Is the supplies will(le out, and It l! now understood that the liver is fo low thai neither supplies nor troops can lc fuiw...

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. — 27 April 1885

HB-OTJmMi"""ll"MHWiraW Bar ' " 7 '("''T-gyi V1 IV""' y-y infinnpi K is H II ' GLOBE BBPUBUO. MONDAY EVENING APH1L 27 1888. I i .i aawi i -. -ii mi ii . mmm mmmmn , , 1--,, " .. I . I i II. , ...... I ,. ., . SB SLOBE-REPDBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED aY UNNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. lLOBCREPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WEST HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. raaiMai dally edition, per year, dally edition, per week, $7.50 1 5 cent). Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOUIiftFJ A TEAI. All communication! should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., Springfield, Ohio. I ' NOT1CK TO KASTEIIN AUVK11TI8MIS. Mr. II. C BKYnKK, 23 Port Row, New York, Is the (UoBE-UKr-i'iiuc's special representative, to whom all Eastern adsertlsloa: business, must be referred. MOXDAY EVEX1XO. A PHIL 27. mui siiadi: tki;i:s. Ou shade tree?, nlonj; tho lines of our Springfield streets, compose a very impor tant local feature, and all will be inter ested in anything per...

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. — 27 April 1885

mfmm m a n n u nnvmxiJJ GLOBE -REPUBLIC. Dully Edition. OAll.t HKATHf.H HMIUH1 fOITBISLOCALITT, AllimiDBD IT t. MUST trttMLT roi th atosB-aurosuc, Mtu tiuixraiiirv 7 leuiporalur date In ISi4, 80' .boie. Tsmparaturo of date lu lust. ' above. Temperature of .'" '" 1'. 4I alio. ero. m.iur -.am. CITY MATTERS. W. tl Gltuon business. Ii In Columbus today on Mrs. W. A. Rogers nod chlMren, ol York, arrived In Springfield Krldnj. will remain ill summer. New They Miss ti. A. Waders hss removed from No. 'B, North Mechanic street, to 104 West Colum bia street, nnrth-west corner of Columbia and Mechanic. Mr. 0. S. Je-sup, formerly ot this city, now Hrel In Scotia, (Ireel.y county, Nebraska. He writes that he Is In a fine firming country, which Is fait filling up. Mr. Victor 0 Williams is pleasantly lo cated at C4 Barton street, Cincinnati. He teaches muiic In three of the public school buildings and has n larger salary than he had here. He Is meeting with good success in his school work. The Mis...

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. — 27 April 1885

www fjn, FXrlaVl aWifcaVlluilw.llljiWaBllHlu . j- .T)RWJ-iAXtjti.wlitliT.i t,l,liii- i ---- ,. , ,1, fTO ,J' "' ITr GLOBE REPUBLIQ MONDAY EVENING, APK1I. 27, 18H5 i r w ! 60 . 3 ' 1 ' I I ft ' ! f. CITY MATTERS. Tlie 1M0 Irnln on the 0,OOk 1. wasde talnul ovtran hour by an accident at Msrys vllle. Charles Million, an olel-'lmcr, was taken lo the station homo this morning lor being drunk. No Mayor's court this afternoon. Tho po lite all hud 10 be on the striet to look after the thieves and thugs whoalnays accompany a circus. Flags on 0, A. It. boll and tho couuly court honso II at Irom tho staffs today In honor ot General Oram's slxty.thlrd birthday ann ve airy. The Uepubllcan Slate Committee will meet In Co'.umbua ono week from tomorrow, to de cide upoo the time and place ot holding the next Sla'o Contention. ROUSE AND PARSONS. CHA8. LUDLOW. Mo.t of the news-dealer of this city, antic ipating the pmtnge of the bill against circula ting obscene publications, cut off their orders for ...

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. — 28 April 1885

tfr : Springfield Globe -Republic Tlin MPHINOl'lHtjH OWHIE, I Volumo V. Number DIM. f SPKENGFIEU), OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APEIL 28, 1885. I Volume XXXI. Number HO. OWEN BROTHERS fultlrntlofis. Wahiiin(itox, Apill 28. Ohio Valley nnd Tennessee Locitl ruins nnd pnrllj cloudy wtMher; cooler In central and wtat iortlon Utlonary lemierature In extreme east por tion; higher tiaroroctrr; wind) becoming variable and generally shifting to neat and ioutli. It Is plain to bo seen that a linn who cannot afford to nthrrtlsecniinotnfforil to mnko Ion price. Wo ndrcrtifw, wo can afford to adtcrtlae, no par well (or the prMlrgc. Trndo Hnstalna honest adreitfolng. Tlicr expect us to en lighten them on n subject ho Important to (Tor; man, joalh, boy or child ns Clothing, Furnishing Oonilis and Halt). They expect, too, more for I heir money from a good lire concern who adver tise, than from Those dull, sleepy, chair nottonierx, born tired, who nciergot rested. We arc nwnke to the nil Im portant Tact t...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 28 April 1885

&8 raflnfiy-PJW i ltmamamimmtmmtmmmZmmn:' r,- - t j OLOBB JWFTTBLto. UJC&DAY EVflNTNty APRIL 28 l&Bfc. a: T , 3 Vw .i -.-- .- " - wi.iiii i fTwmmmwmTvin-imtmilmMmmimmiimMimmM.ni.m,m -.-. , .i n.u mw i in . 1 1 i iiibmhii iii.MiBIWMw a?..:A lHf S JlJa4 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AMD WEEKLY. PUBLISHED 1Y ONNEY, NIOHOLB & CO., PROPRIETORS. ILOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WEST HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Allty. iermsi da'ly edition, per year, Jally edition, per week, $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLiLfll A yBArj. All communications should be addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., Springfield, Ohio. NOTICi: TO llAVTKUN AIVKHTISE11S. Mb. II. C. Sntdkr, 23 Park l'.ow, New York, is the Olonii-ltKrcBUc's siieclal representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be f referred. TITESOA Y EVEN ISO. APRIL 28. tiii: jMcuiiLim or tiik ikriod. The pending problem with the average American has been as to bow he can get ri...

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. — 28 April 1885

OLOBE SBPQrBlIO, TtTESbAY CVEKTOG, APRIL &8 1888. GLOBE -REPUBLIC. Xsully XMltltm. (Mill HPA1MHH MMIVHt tO TIMS LnflALITf , It laoUtDID T 4. D10T, exraitsstv rna TBI nt.oiia-amroai.ic. April 27, i-A 6 JO a, in.. io'SO a. in J!) p. 01 ..., ft HO p. 111'...,,,... ,.,., i" in f. - Weather. " Clear Clear Clear Fair Fair 1fan t t nturi 57 reuiperature i aw detain lux 01' above. Temperature ol u date In IMia, Alt1 abtve. 1 nprlure ( una ,-imo in ion , 61" a bora aero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. Charles E. Adams, ol Yello Spring), was la Ibe clly yesterday. Mr. Henry W. 8cny, ol Keuton, O'jwu In the city yesterday on busintss. The office ol the Arcade Hotel li bring re pap.red in very elegant manner, Mrt. H, F, Schroder lelt tbli morning (or Cincinnati, to visit Irlends and relatives. Col. D. A. Keyra, agent of the J. K. Em met Company, la reglitered at the Arcade. lu ind 4 W" no W 70 W CI" 8 K S2 M K , Mr. E. V. Allen, a prominent citizen of . i Xeuta, waa registered at the Arcade yetter 1 ' o...

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. — 28 April 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EVENING, APKEL 28, lH iSx-- m K &- C1TY MATTKRS. Mr. Harrey Ilenson.ot the nioRaViUrutLir, It In Dayton on business. "Iluclitl-paibn," Ores I Kidney ami Uilnmy Cure. Strawberries grown In (he South are In market here, snd hare teen for semal days. Water IIuk'i Uoactaes, ue "Rough on lUts." 15c. Mrs. W. 0. tllckard and Mrs. Fletcher left for Cincinnati todsv on business. "Wells' Health Ucnowcr" Women. lor Delicate Tho Order of Foresters yesterday paid to the widow ot the late Thomas Drown the $1, 000 lite policy due liy the membership ot de ceased In the local lodge. "Hough on Rats" clears out Half, Mice. 1 5c. In Probate Court today Judge Miller made an order that a guardian tie appointed for Ralph II. Hahn, on the ground that he la mentally Incapacitated tor Attending to bis Interestf. "Rough on Corns" hard or sott corns, bun Ions. 15c. Mr. John Piler, press .(rent for the John R. Doris Circus, Is one of the most genial And obliging voung gentlemen erer ...

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