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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 29 April 1885

fwwP''n wy rvn JJMMtMMMMMMMeeiiLJitaJiiECajiiBI "?JH??';li '7!rV!WW?lKVr?!15wr'r,?w ;t. J.j. 'Y" " ' ''J':7 V WeN Springfield Globe -Republic TIIX1 HPniNOFIBIil) OLODE, Volume V. Number 1117. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1885. TUH MPUINGFIBLO nj31tT1TjlC. 1 Volume) XXXI. Numbor Hi. : mm - m t- rfv I! B was OWEN BROTHERS lurilcntlona. Wasiiinotok, April 20. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Slightly warmer weather) varla bl wind, ahlltlog in southerly Id Ohio Val ley! lowei barometer. Three hundred and ility-llve days In each year we tell ol something new Id mea'i, W'i youth's or children's clothing, furnish log goods or hatt. Does our tITorta to Impress upon your minds the neceteliy ol buying from fint handi direct, and taking adraotagtl ot all cuts and ctoil ng prices occurlng from time to time through the year alwayi prore fruit less? Explanation Is needless, as those who bare yes can see. Each day brings new faces, which la conrlaslre evidence that our trad ing field I...

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. — 29 April 1885

IWL ' iiSlXili'i'l'it Mifnwii,n .) K:l & life..". tffeJV' "r"rWSieS SLOBE-REPUBLIO. DA1LV AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 1LOBEHEPUBLIC BUILDINO, WEST HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERM8I Jj'ly edition, per year, Jail; edition, per week. $7.50 13 centi. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLiLAH A TEAH. AD communications should be addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., Springfield, Ohio. NOTICi: TO KASTKlUf ADVEHTISEKS. Mr. II C Sntpkr, 23 Talk How, New York, is the (Ilobs-Hfitiilil's serial representatlre, to whom all Eastern advertising buslnes., must be refeml. WEDXESDAV BVlWJIfO, APRIL 29 The Chninpion Keapcr will sooe be turned loose in tbo harvest fields of Ten nessee. It is nlreaciy impatiently cham ini; on its bit. Fred Musscy has begun to carry West Virginia already this season. It will prove a pretty heavy load lor a man of his phys ical dimensions. We are now encouraged to hope that Grant vill...

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. — 29 April 1885

GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully Edition. II At I i HKATIIKH HKfVHt tO THIS LOOAMTr, II IICDIMD IT I, DIOtT, nx muLT vol tbi u)i.iiiroit.io. April 29, lots. Tew ud Woallier, a. m" ".."' 5 W " "l,l. Hate lO'Via. m ...... w w Klr Jip. m ( NW Fair JJOp. ....... 48" NW tloir l'"i. 40 NW Cl.ar -Iimui u ip-mur 63' roin(wrlur ut atw In HUM, .11 abort. Temperature e( dh dttc In lima, r above. Temperature o( um it In IM , 68' above sero. CITY MATTERS. The old Uhsmplun "steel works" tre now th"KouCu'kt Works. Special communication of Anthony Lodge No. 445, F. trnl A. M to-night, lor work, In third degree. Conductor Cogswell bai resumed his duties on the Sprlngleld branch, after an absence ol some months on account of sickness. An additional train will be put upon the Ohio Division or the 1. B. & W. shortly, run. nine; through to Sandusky, making close con nections at this point. There is n uroug probability that the en tire lorce of National Guard of the State will encamp in ono place this year and ...

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. — 29 April 1885

ii ililliiiii i,- J : ., ,'l' . "". ' -....IT. r i ' i. I I IIIIBIMMWMMMMiijMfflMMMWyMMmmppL" tf tr wT, '" tjw1 T'W""Pl-M--i GLOBE REPUBLIC. "WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1885 ' . ... Ill IIP ITII h fci ,i n i, m . mmtmMmmmm If!. IU SIS SElwi was . j ' VSwSJitt., .; "5Hf ' ' " ?"? i vc w -JB N.fc hr ? '. CITY MATTERS. MIm Fox's Kindergarten opens May 4th, at the Central Rink, South Center street. Dr. W. T. llntterson leaves" this evening for Ilrjan, 0, his former home, to visit his patents, lie will return In a lew days. The Springfield Gun Club Is Indulging In a practice ihoot at the Fair Grounds this al ternoon, preparatory to the tournament neit month, Sells Ilros. clrcui pissed through hero last niahl going (torn Urbana to Washington 0. 11 , aud will io through again tonight, en route to Troy, where tomorrow's stand will bo uiitde. Ui ilcitikpr Hem ett U niixloiis to find the puny who txclungeil huts with him jetter day at a funeral, tikintf his fhe dollar Dun. lap, just nut ui ...

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. — 30 April 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic nix Hiitiiva,ix3rii aiiOim, i Vulumo V. Number 1HH. f spEmorrELD, onio, titursday evening, apbil 30, 1885 JTIITJ SPMINOF'tiajL.I) HJ.JIl71ll.,t.C i TolnmaZZZI. Number Ha. H K OWEN BROTHERS tnelleiitleinii. Wakiiiniito, Aill 30, Olilo Valley and Tennessee Threatening weather nml rain; oust In louth winds, becoming varlnblrj lull Ing, followed In eastern portions by rising birumtttr; slightly cooler In extreme west portions; nenrly stationary tcnirntuM In ccnlrnl portion; slightly warmer In cuatern portion. Large or small clotti plald, broad bands of color producing pleasing f (Tec 1 9, somo over bright, otlura very eombro and ry rich. Difficult to keep design and color ef fects apart. Tlieio plaids are probably ni strong tn their way as any that havo come In years. Easy to choose the suit you'll hare. To measure $20, $25, best $30. Pantaloons cut In any eastern style to mtasure $7.60, ac ceptable to the daintiest tastes. It's our enormous buying and manufa...

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. — 30 April 1885

QLOBB HBPUtiiJO. THUTBftAYt KVBNINQ, APRIL 56 1B8B. c m h vm r,i . IT'r. I: k. ' lv- 1 i j: . ' I U V r: 5.9 i GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BV ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 3LOBE.REPUBLIC BUILDING, WElT HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TICHMSl Dally edition, per year, llally edition, per week, $7.50 li cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONES DOIiliAH A IEA. An communication! should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., Springfield, Ohio. MITICI'. TO KASTK11N ADVKUTl.SKllS. Mr. II C Svyckk, 53 l'ark Itow, New York,i the GLoiiK-IlKrunMc's tcclal representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. TllUUSDAY EVESISa. APRIL 30. Skiiting is n good thing when it is ''on Immigration is likely to be very large this season. The Mugwumps are now waising a wuinpus nbout several ol the Federal ap pointments recently made. Wmlly, it is too bad. f i'' Good, sound, solid aense it4t' Is better, much, than...

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. — 30 April 1885

GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Xatlltlon. ItAil.t Hit 4 Til KB HMI'OHt rM TUU LOCjlLtTr, AS MCOIDa'D IT t. Moil, iriusi.T roi TRinLona-Niroitia April 29 nil 0 Wa. in, m K) a. in i'.W p, in ... 1 30 p. m ........ I" VI p. m I t d ar N r." m h i; fll" H M H (lil H Pair dear Cl.ar t loar Clear li to niKTUur.. IU reiulwiraturu mini ostein IA'4, 01' above. Toinperalure ol ni. d.t , tM-a, 4f above, l-v ipnraiuri. of lame ii" l 1st , M' above rero. There was a front In low places In fills vicinity this Morning, QLOBB RttPtrSLtO. THUB3DAY MVENIffQa APElL 80 1H8K. CITV MATTERS. Mr.'WIH H. Iluflmnti returned lioino rriiin IlllUlinrt) yilctilny mornlnp. Mr, Allen T, i'rentlte, n prominent manu facturer nl Chicago, Is ntthe Arcnile. Mr. 0. W. Ndl left this morning for NY. braskn Oily, via tlio 0 , (J., C. k I. road. Mr. Charles Johns, or Jackson, formerly of Sirlngliflcl, Is spending n few days with rela tives here. Mr. W. II. Ilnll, or Osceola, Iowa, Is In the city, the (juestof Ills brother, Dr. V. W....

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. — 30 April 1885

gIife EmSSuSI r&itmmmummsx -sTspMmvT M1nmrT!Tr"!.'X V 1 GLOBE BBPTJBUO. THPttaDAY EVENING, APRIL SO, 1885 M & W4 "T.. S&jI S! - sesa -fS.."N ' $si STil ',-,. SUiS, iSv" s .V S m. . f'J m !"M t - .V, tfl mm CITY MATTERS. ,' Mr. Lre ClmmWrlnln, ol Columbus, li at the Arcmlo, Frank Tritt wns nrrcstnl this nlternoon bjp Ofllcer Norton lor jumping onto a noting train. City Clerk Hhe alter this morning pre sented Major Gomlwluwllh a very handsome Inkstand lor his u III re The cne ol blndcll, clmriteil with receiving stolen, goods (ame up In Mayor's court jester day, hut alter luMtlng purt of the testimony It MRS continued until today. The IVnsluii Ciiumllles or tho (I. A. U. will meet at the ullico ol Geo. C. Rawlins, at 8 o'clock this evening. ComradJ haWng p-iifl in matters to Uy belore the committee will please te prfsent. Last night ns the six o'clock cast-bound train on the 0., ()., 0. k I. us coming alone cast of the Main street crosmg, scleral bojs bcynti to stone the t...

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. — 1 May 1885

wTr "rTii'iT-'-T::r; 'rm&&mi$azr 'TT"- ".. wfwm'wil'TW''"!""'"'''!'""'''1"''"14 Springfi Globe -republic THE MPItUFIBIilt OOIIK, Volume V. Number lilt. SPHINGFIEIJ), OniO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY I, 1885. (THE HPMIKOPIBLD ni3rTjie. 1 Volume XXXI. Number Nil. f C3t-X O-HyT ii V OWEN BR0THER9 loulrntlona. Wasiiixoton, A pi II 30 Ohio Valley nnl Tenneaser Loral ralna and partly rhudy weather; norlti-raterly wlnJa J higher barom-eli-r, tower temperature. A Mean loi.klns tntt among tbtm, not nn ortrbaodtome one, good enough lor n great many occaalona and none too poor to le rutted cheap (or the price. We refer to the pile ol tneu'a aulla going to-day lor an i-v-cn $5 per alt. We'd like your attention clear through this ad, liut II yon profit by what we've anid tbia far, you're no time to lorae In readii g others are buying while you'ie rending. To-day, lemember, not to-motrow. Krery mil aold "as la" without ruins. Neckwear. Surplus or all forlp. The only word we can put upon the sloc...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 1 May 1885

VviKllF'JiHiawawBBBiaBHaVleaaBBBBBBBBVaYaaWalkjaBBBBaB - "''WA1 BaBaBasaSHEBHafflS fmi ') tni'V)iu lys, i,w...w- iiiiwt.w . Iff' LJ!. I1.-' ''!i-:''-:':'."''v- r' "a - ''-' t ' 1 1'l T,,-lilllHniMliiwH)WMimiHiWliMnii , , I 1 '" ""I1 l ' J 'I "H"""! !' - 1 "U'-JW ' tILOBE-REPUBLIC. BAII.T AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV NEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. (LODE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TICnMSi Oslly edition, per year, Dally edition, per week, $7.50 15 cent!. Weekly Globe-Republic. Mammoth double sheet Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ohb DolijAFc; a Iea. All communication! should be addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS i CO., pringfleld, Ohio. NOTICti TO KASTTlOt AIiVKUTlSEBS. Ma. H. C. 8ntdkr, 23 fark How, New York, is the OLomc-KKrcnLiL's special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. fill DAY EVSXIXa, MA r 1. AMIJItlCANI IN UlIIXI-FOim WAYS AMO.Ntl Till: SOUTH AMKHIC ?f "A LI'S." We have received from Dr. D. Phillips, (one of the owne...

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. — 1 May 1885

GLOBE-REPUBLIC. XMilly 32tlttlon. ha 1 1 i ii r i t it t u it r uhi THIS LOdAI.ITT. A RWIRtlSn HY 1, nltt)T, m"i.r rnx tub nt-oin-iiitriirato. April 30, va, I 't ml iv .iih'i, 6 K). m, " fifl' H Falr lU'VIa, ui hi" h I'nlr !:,! .., w' BE Hnry !M)p. m .... r.f,' HE ltrln I" '"P. m si S K I.t. ruin n l iii"fluri GO' ri'iiHiriUiiiu .u. date In IIM, r9' above. Toinperaturo of Mil dite In Hint, tv ahnvn. '".iperature of same .Ism H m , 4f above, rero. Amount of rain iiploA TO a, in., Mar 1,0 30. Weather report for April, IBmi The avenge temperature wan 47 S ', which In very low for Ihls latitude. In April, 1811, Dm lempera ture was 47,3, which la I lie lowest temperature uf which I have a record, Wo hail two rlcirdays, anil IK fair days, llaln has fallen on eleven daja, and anow on ono diy. Ainoiintof now fall i of an Inch. Amount of rain fall one Inch nnd I lino quartern, whkh la a llttl. moro than we lot In mi. Ilia MprliiK la exceeding backward ami the Srospeicts for Majr are not very...

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. — 1 May 1885

tm -t-l - . srtaraaaaM jafctaM,1,;1, ' ' f,'.,"l, ,',""""," MACCtjBa IWWIWW wpi III WW II .HH SI l.ls.PIHHf WW -Hf WfllT-fT- " - V braUM ? sjsjsir.. eit Krt .al""aa 0 &.. cr MKiWHIHHBHk CITY MATTEKS. Mr. J'hn Ft'eia lias j list re tirnc-d Ironi A two wee-lea' ntwemr In Ne O Irons. AHort K. Ilahn has lath a.i.ltilnl lijr tlif I'rotmlc Coirt as jrninllati if II Iph II. Ilnhn, Uoh'. H'mllp, who la clinrRnl with recelv ln(f stolen po (!, was bound vcr to court jrsterilav altetnoon In 1U0 bonil. Tho evl. dence against lilm was very sttotip. Mr. A. J. Wll on, d the ltloomlnpton (111.) Dally l'linlnpr'M! is ni ,ne Arrmle ll lei, ami will ritnaln 'or n tiny or two. Mr . Wilton I) lookli g l,1,0Hl "'on(? our maim facmriTS, to see Imw n town Is built up by iVint sort ol pcjplr, nnd lie will repott whM be rets nnd hears lor the l'anti.ijrapli. At the April shoot of the (Vnlral Ohio Slicotlnjr Assccinlian held in Dayton jesln eiay (Ireenvllle cmrled ofT lirtl money, A. K. Messerly being the...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 2 May 1885

wwihSwi! ..,..-, , , -i i..i... ..e . ii. ' , . - . . . . '' T ' . - . "' "'" -...J., i , i i.. ... SPRINGFIliDVOHIO, SATUBDAt EVEftltfG, MAY 2, 1885. rats BPitrNaFiaiiM ojona, i Tusbs V. Nmbr 1MO. f JTHE iPHIMOf'tZDXjn BEPUllIilC. 1 TolnmcZZZI. Number W4.. OWEN BROTHERS Indication. Wiibuotor, May . Ohio Valky and TniMw-Fair weather, variable winds, ftsaeraliy northerly, higher barometer, alight changes In temperature. Ooltars, pain ol colli, and a fancy percale ihlrt all ready to be pat on, a dollar. Oiberi 75c, some $1.25. Stripe, narrow, medium, broad, hair line, dot, figure, which? How many? "Seal" brand thirl, or Utlca Nonpariel Hoilln, of the beat Irlth linen front and wristband, doable lack and front, well tald, well made, bound all round, contln uoui back lacing. What are they made for? They're made to beat all other shirt made and to keep the shirt trade at home. They're wonderfal afcirt, , arerytblng la beat about l hem except tht'lMndry. They need re toutJslng to glMJthe ...

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. — 2 May 1885

;tiMi)iiu.nru VVaMlMil11VtSaMMKKiaiQKHHIMv iS n i r t t tit irrnrr rrriri r titt i Treaeri h gaBSffagffWr yg wj !FiTra,w7ff-w rtW!('r,K'7. rwT ViTVTrw" Tir r aSB3rraa.ja. -a- - U)J wi mynawms uss jbhi tMa iHiawim MrniynMiUM GLQPE BBPTJBiiO, SATUBDAY EVUmfG, MAT 2 188B. y i y i ' i m m. !?$ GLOBE-REPUBMG. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHEO IV HNNEY, NICHOLS & 00., PROPRIETORS. U0BE.REPU8LIC BUILDING, WCIT HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKItMSl Oilly edition, per jear, Jjlly edition, per week, $7.90 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET) Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOMAIN A TjEArj,. All eommanlcatloni should be tddrtssed t KINNEY NICHOLS II CO., Springfield, Ohio. KOTICK TO IIASTKKN ADVKKTISER8. Mr. H. C. Smtper, IS Park now, New York, is the OLORa-ItEriitLic's special representative, to whom U Eastern advertising business, must be referred. SATlnO.11' Kl'EyJA'O, MA 1' 2. This is to be a Strntvberry year. Religious zsnlots should leave the Al mighty to arrange for the...

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. — 2 May 1885

atOBS HKHUBLIO, SATURDAY BVKNING, MAY 2 1885. GLOBE -REPUBLIC. Dully Edition. OAtl.t HMMTMUM HMI OH1 fOiTttlSLOCilLITr, AllMOBOao IT t. D101T, (inuiLT ron thb sLoas-asruauo, May l) isss. Wtvtnai. lTraln " Cloudy Cttiudy Clear Clnr doa. ro.. lii'Wt. ra l!M p. m t Xti ra.. I" v n. m leen le npor-tur, 40s rwiuperaturw i.u -stein 1184, 71' above. Temperature of sa i dte in WM, W above. Tmpertnr of un dt In ISv, 65' abore tero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. Theo. 0. Woodbury, of Ptrtlatid, Maine, Is at the Arcade. Mr. Tht mat J. Stevens, jr., ol Cincinnati, la topping at tte Arcade, 'Mr,J. 0. Tajlor, ol , Cincinnati, I Id the city, reglsteicd at the Arcade. Mr. J. W. Carroll, ad ranee agent of the Delia Moore 'Houotaio 'Pink" company, la at the Arcade. Mr. J. W. I'jckerlog, traveling, passenger agent of llie Central Iowa road, with head quarters at Iodlanapolli, la In the city un bualt.es!. A meeting of tbo oflkers and committee tnen of the Clark County Sunday School Un ion will ho held at 104 Weat ...

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. — 2 May 1885

RNNRllP9HHHII.HflBiHHHliHfl. 1 ;wt'! i rwytiq , Sioflei riipta (ritttfal-tf evmcno, iM i ml .. v.'. O-v-N iJLJlJjgaJ'yf'V?5'',ry''' v; ! i re 13 KB htf lip. M i & $ C5sk S3KS S w ' '3S V' IS last .' ?i 1 tf' m Vm m I'M il yft m t'jA'tZJt M CITY MATTERS. Officer Ward's wife la lying tery low. Iter. George F. Heraer, of Vmnsjlvsnls, wlio Iibi born spending the winter with bis ton, Mr, Clmrlea A. Keeacr, will preach a', the Central M, K. church tomorrow morning and lit St. l'aul in tho evening. He leaves next week for his home. Her. A. 1). Leonard, D. I)., preaches tomor row In Dayton, In the pulpit recently occupied by the late lamented Irvln, whose sad death is remembered. The M. E. pastors of tho con ference nro by Urns supplying the pulpit until conference meets again and makes n regular appointment. Dr. Marlay and Dr. Tuckley will take tbelr turns shortly. The Springfield township trustees met this morning at the Clerk's office, and among other business not of especial public ...

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. — 3 May 1885

iMtASi IHnHH - fTi Sunday Globe -Republic M T1UQ MPItlNM IMEHill OLOnB) Volume XV. Number 17. J SPRINGFIEIJD, OH0, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY d, 1885. i 'flume xxx. Number ana. EEH&3I i f I) OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Wasiukotoh, May I. Ohio Valley and TeaneMM Fair weather, variable winds, generally northerly, higher barometer, slight change! In temperature. F0R6ETFULNESS r U proverbially a falling of mankind. Thli, therefore, occasions frequent reminding through newspaper mediums the all-lrapor. tant fact that to dreaa well, from atocka man ufactured expressly for the locality In which you lire, at prices one profit below any com petition, Is to know where each slocks are made, kept and sold. Are we frequent enough with remind riT Do we practice what we pre ch? Spring suits aid overcoat are, at their best, comparisons with little stocks wherever found, will substantiate our saying the best for the least ll $3, $4, 5 or $0 difference on a suit Is of any account to you, or, If the syste...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 3 May 1885

mmismm. EEESESSS . ,,, , . ..,111 v. ui.i -ii i niii 111 i j' in' i,t'h .'" " w " '& ;i SI 'rbm i -JLV-lfJPl- Ttv THB GLbBE HEPUBIJO.SUKPAy MOUNTED. MAY & 188B i as ms 3KK 58 t.,i.r WSSK l&M Um w. 1 Mi r an v'SMfi I, li? ml 7 (4 "STAY WITH THE MOTHKR," Wo stood In the press at tho fcrrr ratsv llrrntHluxn. weary, and Just too lato, WntchlnK tlio grout lioatpliinironml strain ThrniiKh n ronrtnff elinos of Ico nml mint .Ami mrr the sullen crush and din l)( tlio turluilont tlooil tldo tliuiulorlng In, Over tlio fret of tlio restless crowd, A 3uu!iff voice, enroling sweet ami loud, Itoso for n moment, nml tient the air l.lko tlio ntronit while whites or tlio angel, pi inert "() feel Hint are fain totrontniy. Stay with tlio raotliur whou her hair turns gray I" Only tlio words of n worn qitnfrnln, With n iiltirnl jileiiln Its siul rerrnln; Only n (nil 8 uilco, swoet und strnnir, Troilliifr tlin cnlch of a threndtmro sons;. Hut it tiniiieless something". It mlRlithnto been Tlio ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 3 May 1885

II rm in - H 'i 3 m m fF 1 p i i BRILLIANTS. . , No life Can bo pur In 1U purpose and strong In Its strife And all Ufa not bs purer ntvl stronger thoroby. -Owen MoredUfi 2fiA5' aVBr'C0 I cannot no What color, ground or reoaon thoro can be; If It not folly, whon tho wny ma rlilo u short, for a long journey to provide! tDeuham. Critics to plays for the satno en I roiiort That surgeons wait cm trials In a court; For Innocence condciniud thoy've no respect Prorlded they're a body to dissect. Congrovo. He Is tho greatest art I it then, Whether of poncll or of n, Who ful lows iiatura. Never man Ah artist or as artisan, Pursuing hit own fantasies, Can touch tho human ho rt, r phase. Or satisfy our noblo need . Tinirfnllnw ONE DAY. lltome Journal. " How beautiful thou art, oh, earth I I be shining woods and Holds rejoice; hacu twinkling stream lifts up its voice To join the chorus of the sky; lleautlful unspeakably I In the dry cicala's notes. I I the" thistle-dawn that floats Aimless on 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. — 3 May 1885

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