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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 3 May 1885

1 T. i THE GLOBE fcttTtO. fUllIXlT MORnTGr, MY 3, 1885--fllGiT PJLGES. RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. ITBMB ULKASEtl rttUM TUB MTJtHKT la Walk and Talks Abont the Champion OUjr-aprlailUlcTa Chances for Ilia publican Con vsnllon-A Talented Youn tesle;ner-lir. Leonard far Uovernor an Mia Prohibition Ticket-Notes, Mutlcal, Political, Social and Usnural. It ti a matter of" congratulation Ibat able a writer at Fred Muuej, of the Gincinnali Cbmmerclsl Osteite, haa taken up bit pen In behalf of Bprlogflfld aa a prospective p'ace for the holding ol the Republican State Oonrenlion. Fred has been here himself, aid knowt how well adapted Springfield It for the holding, ol the Contention. Since Muzzer'a boom lor Springfield, the prtaa of Ike Slate hai taken up the inbjeel, and aer eral papers hare laid klndljr worrla In laror of the Champion City. Capt. Folkerlh, of Camden, who at recently announced In the OioM.IUrunio, will be a candidate before the Convention for member of the Board ol Public Worka, tp...

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. — 3 May 1885

ggflg fgkuiiiinmSSSmim TFr " J.f.'.'W' 55555 w;"uii;i vi rr" wv,'" ! "i"' i , "")! ytKw'i'r""" 'V" m"s'" iw"V IIJINJIIIIiy Ti '' ' " ., . . i-.. . .: frJi.fci ig)i ...i....-.' ',"n .u i)M irtinunp. Tj . -.. ' i I l! J THE GLOBE KBFUBIJO. BHN.t)AY MORNING, MAY 3 188B wb lg? F,Y F& r?:wwr KW2 K- f.7rA" . f? efc- t , .- ,J--i',5 Vt&VXl r .j.. , . . .. s,.it. WwtJIIWMj W&& Parting tjOTcrs. Wlndlnmipwarcl roo n ilrtuler vino twft Wlncllnir upnnnl ronnil tlm fort of Iluna, All, no vino tiro was Itwlnillnu upward, Jlnt n loving mnlilon round lior lovorl Knrly liml tho twnln liemin llirlr loving, Iiiivlnff over iliiro their ilnjn of clillilnoodl Now thoy lincl to sny farewell forever. Tn tlio innhlnn ttiun the ftrlillii(T murmured! "Thtioumnil rivers, iniilili'ii, run tn'toro tlieol Nluli llinthlril llioinmlon urcon It Rrowlng; In tho imiilon blooms n troo of roces From Unit roo tree pluck a roBo, O mslilon, l.iiy It i.eiirtliv liouit, within thy bosom I Fimtcr tlmn tho rofo...

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. — 3 May 1885

i'i'JMMilg PR - ' t """Tf' TprvA, sfWSQfi i if THB QLOBfc BSPtTBUO, SUITOAY MOBMIEfQ. MAY lrirj8 he II to THE AVALANCHE. EXPERIENCE OF A 8ETTLER WHO DEFIED THE SNOW-SLIDE. A Cabin Built especially to .Shad OS Avalanches Expectations of Mm Oo- cupant Somewhat Disappointed "Doii'i Jmllt"-"atep Softly." Bin Cottonwood (Utah) Oor. New York Bun.1 About four miles up the Bis canyon John Furbuib and two companion! ihave bean Ilr big In a oabln built especially to shod off avalanche'. The boy dog a hole In the eartb and made a sort of a shelf, on which they built the hut Furbuih calculated that when the slide came it would Jump the house and leave It aud its Inmates all safe, His faith in the tcheme was groat lie had in duoed a civil engineer to go up and take the angles for him, and he put muoh confidence in the remark of that learned man that U the avatancho didn't sag in the middle the house would probably stand. The building was stoutly made, the upright being of hewn timber, and the ro...

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. — 3 May 1885

TC THE GIjOBB ftfiPtTfiHO. STODAY MOttNEtG, MAY 3, idSBffiOST PAGEE & $ttt' LAGONDA NOTES. rvRNiittiKt) jir iPAUr o.oi nKVVIll.lC HKVORTKH. The llmJmt Festival to li Glren tiy the) Itoil Mm nf Hunk Creek Tribe Yonnaj People' Literary Society Accident on I.a;anla Avenne llrlef Local Mention, MIm Julia lleilsnlder, of the city, wag a guest ot Irlcuila here, Similar last, Mrs, Wm. Conner, of Bellelontalne, tl vis iting relatives here. Mr. James Sanders, of Vienna, spent Wednesday here. Mr. J. 0. Hoy. of Virginia, spent Sunday here, puest ol Mr. aud Mrs. Burlcy. Br. J. W. Nelson baa Improred the appear ante of the Inside of the drug store, by glv lng It a new roat ol paint. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alexander and sister Fannie, spent Sunday here with relatives. Our young medical student, Charles Little, went to the village of Moorefield some time ago, to make bis fortune In the village Mack smith shop. As he has returned to this place and Is again working in the shop here, we suppose 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. — 4 May 1885

Springfield Globe -Repttbt m . ' THE HPItlNaFIBLI) OZjODB, Volume V. Numbir 1H1. OWEN BROTHERS lodloatlons. WiiHiNQToit, May 4. Ohio Valley tad Tennessee Generally fair weather, stationary temperature, westerly winds, becoming vari able. Intermediate mill at Intermedlateae $5 TO $12, Perfectly reliable or we would'nt make them, very cheap or we wouldn't recommend them, tiring it back if you buy one and are not uited, jou can bare your money or other oods, aa yoa please. It'i 10, or we wouldn't ay o. Such may be laid of our make In medium), inch may be said ol our better grades as well. Men's and youth's suits hare been revised lor 1885. Krery thing sunposed to be wanted we're made, and that Includes a warm recep tion for the poor man, or the poor man's son. It's a very poor suit iudred that can be bought for a figure le.s than $5. It's poor economy and a waist of time to purchase a suit for a less price than $5, better pay more and get more for your money. Provided people are profit...

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. — 4 May 1885

GLOBE REPUBUO. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1885 It ill Ml m m l-'r S 1 . , GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV HNNEY, NICHOLS & 00., PROPRIETORS. 'LORE-REPUBLIC BUILDINO, WEST HIQH ST. . Cor. Walnut Alley. TKnMBI Ojdly edition, pf r year, Dally edition, per week. $7.50 15 cent. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, One DouiiAi a yEAi. All communications should be tddrened t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., Springfield, Ohio. NOTICE TO KASTKKN AUVEHTISEIIS. Mr. II. C. Buycer, S3 Park Row, New York, Is the OloBK-IlicrUBLiu's special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must d referred. MOXDA Y EVEN IS 0, MA V i. Steel is now gradually superceding iron in railways and machinery of all kinds. Spring time niny be a good time to take modicine; but it is a better time not to take it. Mr. D. I). Taylor, of the Guernsey Times, is president of the Guernsey coun ty Sabbath School Union. We don't take n.uch stock in Reil, the Canadi...

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. — 4 May 1885

EShITkCI r- s GLOBE REPUBUO. MONDAY EVENING, MAT 4 iB8B. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xully Xaclltlon. UAll.t W BATH mm BMIOHt OSTHlaLOCaLITT, 1 HOOIDID IT 1. D1C1T, uriuaLT torn TBI oLoiB-Kirotua. May 8, ISDS 6 M, in., lo'TOn. ra JlM p. m....... Mp, in . I"'lti. in le. M" 60" 4 40 Wind N w" N W W S W W W rawer. am Clear Fair Lt. rain Fair vimii teoiprrMurn 4)' reiuparature umi date In ISM, B8 abora, Tamparatnra of nn dite In IMI, 70'' above. Temperature of uni ilf In I any. 06 abora aero. The amount of rainfall this 1 M. waa 0 03. . CITY MATTERS. 0. L. Illlleary, loat car agent Tor the I., B. W., waa In town today. Mr. Martin L. Site, vice president of the Clark county School Association for Spring field township, li making a vigorous cam- P'K?. A telephone menage waa ricelved, till rooming, requesting Temp. Wilson to depart for Xenla, by the flnt train, to testify belore the grand jury. E. I). Oorsuch, dar operator at the 0., O., O. & I. depot, la confined to his home by lick new, this mor...

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. — 4 May 1885

makMk y GLOBB REPUBLIC. MOITOAY EyENING, MAY 4 188ft. L" isBBjeijBjejBfjsjsjBsssaM5SJBMeMfcr3n rr I in uSseaawe sss 1MM CITY MATTERS. Mm Utile Mast went to Cincinnati Ihti morning, Mr. Jo. Cartmtll In spending the ilar In Cincinnati. Dr. lUttcrson returns from bll visit llijnn this afternoon. at S. I.. Morris, general passenger agent of tbe 1 , 1). k W., Is In the city. No Mayor's court this afternoon, to the great disappointment of the regular audience. Mrs. James T. Cross, of Columbus, is visit Ing her sister, Miss Belle 0. Nott, 20 South Market street. Mrs. II. Ii. Uockfield was Informed br tel egram yesterday ot the serious, perhaps fatM Illness of n sister in Louisiana, and left lor her bedside. The 0. S. Journal's argument that Spring field Is a "summer town," is rather in our favor than ngnlost us, Inasmuch as the State Convention Is a summer contention. Henry Uesau, nn old citizen of the county, who has been unfortunate and greatly atllictedof late )er?, died last night at 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. — 5 May 1885

!n rj"r v ,,pnp!wp!r : Springfield Globe -Republic hn THE HPHINOFIKLIt OT-OIlia, 'Volume V. number 1MU. SPEENQFIEU), OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1885. ITHl 1 IltIfCirtIT IlTaiUlTIC. , 'Oram JK.JK.JK.1. Number HO. nwwu ! y?i OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Washington, May 4. Ohio Vllejr and Tennessee Qenerntljr Mr weather, stationary temperature, westerly wind!, becoming rati able. Umbrellas to keep the rain off, you cm can bur any day, Just the right handle li me. A better pick now while the Block la new. There are thousands now, but no more are coming. Would you ratter buy now or later? Hosiery, we hnve said almost nothing about, and still we'te sold slacks ol them; better not advertise. We're a csw thing (o offer to-duy. Boy's long stockings In brown mixed ribs 10c per pair; 25 dozen as an ex periment. If they protc as they look we'll order a case. We'd rather you'd buy one pair than more, In order to make a wider distribution, To be round In children' de department. "Sailor boy's" s...

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. — 5 May 1885

' "' """"""""wl"" i '''"'''1 "Hnlia7w. a !i GLOBE BEifaBLia TUESDAY EYENINa, MAY 5, 188B ' . - . MM M ..-. , V I m m KM &st l"?? ft. 5 I vUf & ?1 n lYi." w : -.j.-! ft-.. 'tt GLOBE-REPUBLIC. st DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV UNNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. i.LOBE.RErMJBUC BUILDINQ, WCIT HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKIIMBI Oally edition, per year, Dally edition, per week, $7.50 1 5 centi. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONB DOLIiAI A BAI. All communications should be addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS i CO., Sprlagfl.ld, Ohio. NOTICK TO UASTKllN AWVKIITISEBS. Mr. II. C. Snyder, S3 Park Row, New York, Is the Globr-Km'Chik.'s special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must D referral. TOESOAY EVES ISO, MAY 6. ItUI'UMLICAN STATU TION. COJIVKX- Iha Republican State Convention for the present year is to be held in Spring field on Thursday, the 11th day of Juno. In selecting this location the Central Com mittee has...

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. — 5 May 1885

mmrzmmm. niman yummi immmmsmm uan'aitmituuMiiHJMUUfiJiLUA i ,iiu, JSS ICSE PTttttttglJiaglltMl ft?! M)HHa atois-HteDMia Tuesday. eVteniro,'jSiAi!s-ii8. GLOphREPUBLlO. DAll.t W BATH KB BBVOBt &jSiWLuiLrr?j ,J;, i' iWwiH1II1BIUIMW)II i ! r.-i. .. .... ' lHXrT Ptja TM1 eLOBB-BBrmLNk i S5- I . V ' lit . J May t, ISS5 'lu'ii wind M" w 68 w 48 W dO . m. lu-ioa. m 3l.Wp. m. SO p. ra, Keif. M-alrV -s . Fair Clear CI Mr . 1" "I. m -nwi)Tie'HprMurft ror jeiaperaiurf i 'saine -4UUM lM, .o-bor,' 1maeratare'ef: same diU In 1118, 69" above. Temperature ( same data In Its, 0P abort Mro. CITY MATTERS. 90. i'J A'fcLfeArciTy. ' Mi Our friends from all parti ot Ohio, who come lo aee us on tho Ulh ot June, will Sod 'that; ill .Republican' city ol Springfield will c bo-" FilwmjcliVOd'r Sanitary Martha!,. Mr. iGelwlckl,iinjf bis new assistant, Mr, Hllli, hare taken hold of the work of purification in good earnest, ordering the cleaning of KitreeliTiillejrindlhe prtraiwf of properly. g holders, add en...

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. — 5 May 1885

tSUMsVjV! , . i-ti i- w-wwa?. r nnmmmim&0ni "i'w" iiaip;7r..ia. ! GLOBE fiBPUBLlQ. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 6 1886. Skmzm&ws&smsBam m 1 U '' 5 -I r ; s 1 . i : 1 J .5KS IVSK fiiii ror1 yi2j 1 s r!SfS 1 IVvc MS ' ,F-V-S - l' . Vf, .6 ; ,vi y$ ,fc '"i& mm i',fi K$ 1 fe TO THE PUBLIC. THE GLOBE-REPUBLIC AND THE State Republican Con vention. 3IAMMOTH .Morning and Evening Editions. An eight rzo edition of the GinBK-RnrcB-tic, with full report! of the proceeding! of tbe sereral Congressional district caucuses, to be held WeJnesday night, June 10th, and the full night dispatches of the Associated Press, will be brought out early on tho morn ing of Thursday, June Uth, the day ot tbe Republican State Convention, to be held in this city, and will be sold on the streets at five cents per copy. Several editions ot our regular lssuo for c that day will be Issued doufcle sue at various hours, giving full and accurate reports of the proceedings of the con vention up t the time of issue...

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. — 6 May 1885

SFTflC ' ----- -wry.'!- ! waragi-i'v i ' r3aljJ Springfield Globe -Republic ' Staff KtasaY m:f)J, .v TIIM SPHINOFIIIIjU Volume v. nnmo OWEN BROTHERS Indication!. Washington, ly 0. Ohio Valley and TenoMwc Generally fair weather, stationary temperature, westerly winds, becoming irj ble. TRUE ENOUGH Outilde appearancei do not always iniure In Ide merit!. Especially , li It with cloth log. Any perion who bnya clothing, and that meant a great many, has got to trust to ontalde looks or else to the merchant wlih whom he is dealing. It It not then, quite er entiat to choose well your dealer? We'll leave It to you who it shall be. l'lald suits and crooked stripes, whipcords, meltons, inrisllile plaids, coikscrews, cheviots and mixtures, $5 to $25, Nobby suits for nobby tastes, moderate mils (or moderate tastes. Knough lor all. There Is promise ol activity In hats. If not too soon we'll say spring Is here. If not too early we'll cU attention to straw bats A window full and a dozen cases in re...

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. — 6 May 1885

wmmmmmmm mmmm &LOBE REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 0, 188R H J IKSl m n . -Xr GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 1LOBEREPUBLIC BUILOINO, WCIT HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TIsnMUl 0lly edition, per year, dally edition, per week, $7.50 IS cuts. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONH DOUUftl A tEAH. All communications should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO., Springfield, Ohio. NOTICE TO KASTKKN ADVKRTISEBS. Mil II. a Snydkr, 23 Park Ilow, New York, Is the Olodk-Rkpi'iiUi's clal representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. WEDXESUA i' EVENING, MA Y C. XII K OI.Vitt-ltKPUltLlO ASn JIKl'VIILICAH STATE CON VENTION. Murulue null KtpiiIiib Killtlona. We call the attention of our business men to the fact that we shall issue both morning and evening editions of the Oi.onK-UKrcnuo on the 11th and 12th of June, with full reports of the State Repub lican Convention ...

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. — 6 May 1885

immmwimm GLOBS MTOBIIO. WEDNE9DA.T KVNTG, MAT 6 l&fti. A I GLOBE -REPUBLIC. Dally maitlon. UAIl.t HMATHHB HMfOHT VOaTSTlSLOCiUTl, ABKDID IT t. DIBIT, BiriutLT roimiuiB-oiuo. May f, ISM. 6 JO , m, lo-to , in ..... lisop. ui 1 M p. m 10 '10 p. m wind B V." H W 8 W r) W a w Pair Fair Hslr Fair Klr -Moan lempernturi. 67 reuiperature unit data In lM, 61' abort. Temperature el saoav doe In it is, W above, Terawniiure ( tame dst In iita-, 5.V aho?a nro. A mount of rainfall, 5-100 ol an Inch. The cherry treat are beginning to blossom. CITY MATTERS. Ths I)nth Ileourd. Mr. John R. Baker, a resident ol Olark County of sixty. seven years standing, died last evening at hla home la the Snow Hill district, northweit ol tbe city. Mr. Baker was paralyzed about one year ago, and fail nnce been in Invalid. I!e was born In Rock ingham Ooanty, Vs., In 1807, and caaie to Olark County in 1818. He was seventy-seven ytari ot age He was the father of Iter. Kzta Baker, new of St. Joseph, Iud , and a hlghl...

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. — 6 May 1885

I: .s ;fl ri AS i M, h3 s i m wfi J iwe j-iw .-11.X iiL'ja IS -1'"il i: M ,M i'1 I ! ,! i & ?t i I JVI GLOBS RSTPtrBliO. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 0 188ft. CITY MATTERS. 1 , R0U3E AND PARSON9i . ohas.ludlow. J, Dr. Alexander Dunlap has bcn lick for a week but la now again on the street. Mr. M. (1. lUIrd, lute ol the Clarendon and line, Zineavllle, 0., la day clctk at the La gotida House. Mr. H. I. Thomas and family will leare for Colorado tomorrow (Thuraday) evening nt 4:40, by way ot the Little Miami railroad. Mammed By Ilev. 0. N. II. Petera, on the 5 h day ol May, at the residence ol the bnde'e parents, Mr. Oicar A. Price to Mlas Flora Marshall. W. M. Cartrael), stamp clerk at the poat oflicc, has a bunch ol keys, found on the street, which the owner may hare by prov ing property, and paying for this notice. Mrs. 0. Downey and Mra. W. II. Wee will have charge of the dotal department of the National Ptcsbyterlan Festival at Illack'a Ofera House, commencing Thursday, May 14. The S...

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. — 7 May 1885

JXXtfi PHINQVIXlIjn nBPOHMC. I Tolnm XXXI. Number hs. Volume V. Number ISA. t I SPEINGFIEIZ), OHIO, TUTTESDAY EV ING, MJ 7, 1885. ? rv OWEN BROTHERS Indications. WiSHiKdTo, May 7. Ohio Vallty and Tennessee Much colder, fair weather, clear Ing In the Ohio Valley; northwrttcrly wind; higher barometer. BOrURIHT WAISTS If one wants tj make money go the farlh ut ptulble, buy one Irom thoie we eell at a quarter. II one wants the very belt la the market itlck to the Star $1, $1.-6, the latte. ol linen 10 white they daule your eyei. CLOTHING We make In great quantities bat eell pi wanted. Be It a lull (or man, youth, boy or child, an overcoat, a pair of pants, a vest, the whole of them, or any one of them, It pleases ua to bare what It pltawi you to boy. UNDERWEAR. The selling of the lighten, thlneit of an derwear baa been sadly hindered. We had provided for an early warm, but alt. Two tblrda of our underwear stock, ought to sell the other third at a profit. SUSPENDERS. iWe probably do 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. — 7 May 1885

w ssssss -ga. QLOBE BEPTJBLIO. THURSDAY EVENIHQ, MAY 7, 188& ''' sttotaii Ml 1TI illi " "MT-'fT 'MMIIfirvi li I ! ij i i 1 $ m 5 w l-u? IM m m 7 B m$ lm $M KrSI i HJ FAK rv;S lv tsTfc ISS A. n i "St $ m ill m STA 1 flLOBE-REPDBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV UNNEY, NICHOLS 6 00., PROPRIETORS. .LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIQH T. Cr. Walnut Alley. TKHMBl i)ily edition, per yeir, l.iliy edition, dot week) $7.50 15 CMtl. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, On 1 DOLLAR A yEAI. jn'catloni should be iddrttitd te KINNEY NICHOLS k CO., Springfield, Okie. NOTICK TO KASTKKN ADVKBTISEIW. Mb. II. C Sktdkk. S3 Perk Row, New York, Is the Oiobk-UkI'Cblu.'s special rcprei.ntatlT., to whom ell Eastern sdtertlslng business, must be referred. Ill VMS DAT EVEN IN O, MAY!. 1IIK (ir.Ollt-ItKl'VIILIV ANB Til ItEt'llltLIOAN STATE CON VENTION. Morning biiiI KveniDit Kdltlons. Wo call the attention of our business men to the lact that we shall issue both morm...

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. — 7 May 1885

EBSM A1jHL .-' r41"' v-s: aijbi!feBisija frktfasbA.fr lffwjis&iiMMk r wsL id m viZpiuziX.- TffT'1 J vk GLOBE-REPUBLIC, Daily ISdltlon. BAIL WBATHBB bbiobt Ml TBII LOOALRr, At IHUDID IT I. MUIT, tu rattan. roa Ti tottwanBiuc May 0, 188ft, le rtlLd Weather. 6 dO aTroV.".. M" 8 V "Fair lowi. m w U lur J I) p. in . .. 78 8 Clou I r M p. m....... oo" ME Rttolng in.wip. m m (alm Raining i -an taioraiurit W rwmperatui. i,auit date In Ism, 83-- abort. Temperature at ,m due In lets, 64' abort. Tuoiperature ei east dat In taa . ' above xero. Amountot ralnlall, eo Inch. .Cllt MATTERS. Dr. 0. 0. Dickson, familiarly known to the press ai the nom de plume "Tanahlcanab," formerly trom San Francisco, Oal., tame Into Springfield yesterday, saerainf from'.Stitn fleld, III, rla Inditnarollt, Ind., aadpald aiilt to the Gi.oni-RiFust.io alter bti arrival. He tart atthongh grain itropnlook tsaatwhat potted In Ohio, they yet present a llrtller green than aome he taw In Illlooli and In diana, which, on...

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. — 7 May 1885

kLOBE HEFUBLlti THURSDAY BTVTGNING, MAY 7 1888. 1 ! m ts 15 lu Vi hi n $ M 14 1 m m HKs r ws if ess tKH $ I V3 WM 4 m SrU h HH i 1 V 6 75. '. ;ytf .t 'C. !! j CITY MATTERS. Mr. Edward Volgt went to Cincinnati thll morning. The Youngstown llano Hull Club Ii stopping at the LsgonJa Itouic. Mr. John McUoolgal and wife arrived In Springfield jesterdayalternoon. Mw II. II Ramie y, ol Covington, Ky., mother of Mrs. John McOsnlgal, la In town. Miss Cora Allen, ol Ilellefont tine, Ohls, U the guest of Miss Lizzie Martin, College ave nue. Mr. George Spencc and Mrs. Charles Ward will exhibit the cnrlosi'lts at the coming National Presbyterian Festival. Hut two arrests wire made last night, l'rnck Holt was run In lor being drunk and disorderly and John Kaen lor disorderly. Both the Arcade and Lagonda Houses hare been rectntly papered and painted. They compare favorably with any hotels In the Stale. Mr. Krnest V. Uowdltch. the dlslinguished landscape gardener, of Boston, Is the guest ot Mr. it....

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