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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 8 May 1885

-MJW ,......,-., .... n--B.,. . . ,.,-.... wgiwtty.s.-8a3gBega?iraJ4fl iwi.i'iffii"paFii,j:iiimuiiwMw ibihiisui'ii hi' Springfield Globe -Republic ' SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1885. Volume V. Number 1MB, f I Volume XXXI. Number no. OWEN BROTHERS Indication!. Wamiimiton, May 8. Ohio Valley and Tjnncssco Fair weather, Northwesterly winds, Dtallontirjr temperature, except la ei treme Southeastern portion, lower teraperi ture. Lower like region: Fair weather clear ing In tlio extreme Kitst portion, Westerly winds, stationary tcmerature. By daylight Is tho batter tlmt to come for any other purpose than to tee the store Itself and the peo ple in It. We are glad to receive callers any time, and the fuller tha store the better the spectacle. Really fine suits in regular-made are kept by very few merchants In any city. This it why so many think it's useless to look for fine goods imong ready-made stocks. We happen to b9 one uf the few (and perhaps the only one In this city; wh...

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. — 8 May 1885

I $4 S 1 rt , 4 ' 1 :i I&fi k m is.- i R5 8. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. WILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED X CINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut All.y. TKIlMHl txy edition, per jtar, tHly edition, per wesk. $7.50 IS CMtl. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ow ! DOLLAR A XJBAT. an' cations ihould be sddrsssed te KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO., prlSflld, Okie. MJTICK TO KA8TKKN A11VKBTI8KB8. Mr. II. 0. 8ndr, S3 Perk Row, New York, la the aL0B-ItxrviiLli's special repreienUtlre, to whom all Eastern advertising business, mut be referred. FRIDAY EVENING, MAV't. 2IIK III.Vlie-ltKl'VJILIC Atil Tt KKI'VIILIOAN STATU COS- rtcinrioy. illoruloe Kvenlug; Killtlone. We call the attention of our Dullness men to the Inct that wc shall issue both morning and evening editions of the Gi.uuE-llEruBi.iu on the 11th and 12th of .Tuns, with full reports of the State Repub lican Convention up to the hour of issue. Ve shall print a very...

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. — 8 May 1885

4a M lpta I II II ii a l-lBMWMVMr--llass-rsl?sassssss K-ai-B ? SaTSl ','a'MMMM,,i''M'MM--J----,'irTlTJ"ff t3gTrwwgrjaSMaBt aWJJSWaWWHwy-- WJ-JgynpWiWBvsej.W7rJfcaWWPMMSW ''' i igwiMBsassr,-.,.,L.n;ir ...!.. i.tt. ,..... ,-i . . -7. i.hi-.-,i,..-..ti,.' , ,.. . ,,,,, ,,..,..,. ,,,., ,, .,, , ., ?M555BM &1X)B11 IdCPUBLtO. FRIDAY CVINIBrg, MAY 8 1885. 14 - ffl GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. iiAH.t wmATHra maromt rOlTHlIUKULITT, AltKuaCID IT I, DIV1T, uriuiLT roa rai auiB-raruBua May 7, KM. ) , m, I -101.111 ilW p. m , . 0p. m..,w. HitOp. in , Th rvud M N W ....... ftl N W ....... ! "" W ....... 46' W 42 W Fair Fair Fair Clouly Cloud r a AT" !5 - Tts u f '' i(iii Mini diUIn INI, l' above. Teaiptrata-. .eat a K '." '."?? ?'! ".mperatare ol Htm dila In IH, 61 above aero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. T. J. Meranda bit been appointed Postmaster at New Carlisle, In tbli countj. W. B. Schiller, Secretary of lb Brier BUI IroD and Uoil Co., ol Youngitoirn, It at the Arcade. Tbe Pie.liylerlan General A...

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. — 8 May 1885

rte& MMJMMk iwerr J Rla' 'S" 'HI - J JUIUM r ' GLOBE BEFUBLIO. FKIDAY EVENING, fciAY 8 lB85. aawa 3.3 ilv 17 j let tvi .-.; ! r 3g il m IKil i m m 4 ?a 1 fTi l i. 1 CITY MATTERS. Gen, J. V. Keller Is to deliver the memor ial address, In honor of deceased Anllodilani, t Antloch college commencement, June 17. ilr J. 1. Winters went to Dtyton today, on Information of the dangerous Illness ol bis brother, the widely known Rev. Dayid Winters, I). 1)., now 84 jeats of age. The Hoard ol Ulucilion ol Harmony town ship has adopted plans and specifications pre pared by architect P. II. renueld, of Ibis clt, lor the proposed new school building at l'Ultsburg. Nlua, sixteen jears old daughter ol .Tames T. McCartney, living at lliutnony, died yes terday at three o'clock, ol consumption. Funeral at the houe tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock. Interment at Fletcher capel. There will be a special communication this evening at Masinlc temple, ol Anthony lodge Xo. 455, I'. and A. SI., for work lu ...

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. — 9 May 1885

EE25ifi.SSS! uj hjmimum 1 1 1 . n iijupyn nmwwnt v"i 'l" Springfield Globe -Republic tut 0xniiaFiiara otibb, i Volume V. Nvmbw 1HO. f SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, SATUEDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1885. ToramcUZI. Number no. J 1 OWEN BROTHERS Indication!. Washington, Ma; 9. Ohio Valley and Tennessee .Pair wrathtr, clearing in upper Ublo Valley; southwest to northwest winds; slight changes In temperature. "L. S At Owen Brothers clothing bouse. No other shirt equats the "Seal." Any $2 shirt downed with these garments at a dollar. To see Is to bellere. Every man's slsa from 14 to 17 Inch. We Innte comparison with any custom shirt under the sun. Gentlemen's balbrlggan drawers bare come; BOc, shirts to arrive next week. Jean drawers will be more wanted and lower. None but good qualities. Next to the Tery beat 00:, buft trimmed 50c, plain white 40c, none less. Remember all excellent quality twilled. Jcia cut shapely and lull slscs. It'migut bo good calculation to buy cloth ing In advance of the heated term ...

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. — 9 May 1885

'''.W """ '" i 1 1 1 1.... ,-,.., .,..- :.'..'.: Mi1 , ',r.i"i,ll 'm fJLOBB RTOPtrBUO. SATUHDAV EVENING, &AY 9, i&85 t i ii m ! t; i'i ji i 1 ?4 I , II or US i .; j-. 1 U&i l Ml w3 I llMSe! $1; & RRS &5 '1 i i la .i M It i :m,i, y . '; 8 LOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED if UNNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. I LOBE-REPUBLIC BUlLOINO, WESTHIOHST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TICItMm Drily edition, per year, i'kI y eJIUon, per week, $7.90 1 5 cenli. Weekly Globe-Republic MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I issued livery Thursday Morning, On '. DOIiliAI A yEA. amotions should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS it CO., tprUjfl.id, Okie. I NOTICK TO KAaTKUN AUVEIITISEIIS, Mb. II. (1 BYnitR. 23 rrk How, New York, It the flroMe-ilKremuc's apcclal repreienUUve, to whom nil Etatern advertlalnt! busineas, muit be referred. SA7UJIDAV KVEXIXa. MAI' 0. 7iik oi.oiif-nKrvitr.lv asi i UKI'VIILIVAN STATU COX- ruNTioy. Morning nml Kerning I'Mlllona. Wo call the attention of our business men to ...

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. — 9 May 1885

, , ..,-, -ii" '!'--' i ! i.ip.if - i - , a)...-,seysi)line ' wrSWffyiwTBSS', ,, r,.,.JSirTww!!!SSS5!!5 J ' ' ' EEfiSs?H Tt'5' &LOBfi tltaftiLIO. SA'IUHDAY EVENING, MA 9 iHfeK GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. HA 1 1. HH4THH1 KBOH7 imai.w-at.iTV, aa akc-oamn f J. neoav, xraar-aiY roa m uxa-aeroitio. May 9, imo 6 .10 a, in... li-'ltia. tn I! )0 p. 'II ,.., a. V) p, m ...... ie viiid M W " ro' w 6' W W 8 W 44 W Fair Fair Fair Fair Clear i-ii t.if p tiiri 47?. rtfuirlura I detain IBM, M' above. Temperature ol ditn In i, 70'' above. Ttowrlar of ,! in !, 6" altove aero. Cherry and.pcar ttefi are In lull bloeaora. im( same CITY MATTERS. K. S. Sloane, of Sandusky, li at the Arcade. The "Mountain I'll k' company li i topping t Iho Lagomla House. L. I. Smllh, the well-known tree nun, of Johnstown, Pa., hat struck the city. W. II. Willlami, General Freight Agent of the Dayton and Ironton R, II., It In the city. The Kno base ball club came up Irom Day ton last night and put up at the Lagonda ...

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. — 9 May 1885

t& erryywyw'wwpqsTtsr; 1 MbaJkv$ iii in in amtn -J- ffa.j,ikmipji..irttax-wn'ilii I GLOBE REFUBUO. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 9 188B. msLWMmummssn sxcs R i :i i ''4 i a i, 2 ., II fi M-l I T.' I m. m Uf I'd 2 i LJ t w I&V) t K& t m im m !? U'TS .a a k lJ"S $8 1. .'.'.I S I R BS Sff If s CITY MATTERS. Mill Minn Heath, oT Urbana, li Id the city to pend die Sabbath with Irlends. Mr. Field Craig, "' Versailles, Ky., It vliit ., iiil ililer, lt Uf. lNtttnon,of Ibis city. Mr. Anfno (Jrnve, ol 122 North Plum )t""t, is convalcjilng Irotn a severs attack lirlal fever. . ,e Third Division, Ancient Order ol Hi bernians, ol thla city, was Incorporated at Columbus yesterday. Whitney, the hoy shooter, went to Dayton this morning, where he shoots this alternoon in n general sweepstakes. There have been two cases within n week at Xeola In vhicb expectant brides have been ready for the ceremony at the altar, to find at the last moment that the fickle-minded grooms had weakened and dcierted th...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 10 May 1885

Effffffl Sunday Globe -Republic TUB HPlltNtiFlHLU Ol.OIID, I Volumo IV. Number 17H. ( SPBT;NGFIELD, OH'O, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1885. X volume XXX. Number 7U. KUuJfaMl - h OWEN BROTHERS ludlctitlona. WaiiinotoV, May U. Ohio Valley nod Tennessee Fair weather, clearing In upper Ohio Valloyj southwest to northwest winds; tight change! In temperature. They were wrong' who thought we wore going to continue on down with giod qualify O. A. U. tulta against shoddy and cotton and stud" that nobody wants. The Baring, we claim, Is $2, $3 or $4 on good quality tituo suits, not trash, and It's easy too seo how we can afford to do It. We make and sell them with but one profit addt d to first cost of production. The vlrtuoof underselling Is In doing It; the vice, In pretending to. The vlrtuo of mcrtltmdizing we find to be: in alwaya having the best that everybody's money can buy, and (riling so as to give every advantage within the gilt ol laro and generous manufacturing. Tbla necessarily unders...

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. — 10 May 1885

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. 8I3TOAY MORmtTQ, MAY 10 -885 5.3 I Ml -t a "I 'it m ,A .1- '4 iH t ,11 ii s Jw : Tlio Heont of ii Flower. Tlio aernt of tlio llowor la n womlcrfnl thlngl It plnra round the heart like thu r.cjiliji-a uf sprlngi Po subtle, m soft, no rcalstlesa Its power. No monnrrhy rules llkn tlio scent of u Uowcr, Borne odors so blend with past hnpplcr yonrs Tlioy tnovo us llkomolodlosbrcnthliigtfirough tenrs: Kor they lirtnir back tho fncos nnd fortus that , nro cold, And wnlks In tho wild woods 'inlil sunsets of gold. A fragrance exhales from n llowor thnt 1 know, Dear plcdgo of n Invo In tlio sweet long ago, Whon Instos wcio moro simple, mill Hirer our plcnutes, Anil gifts of fresh blossoms wero holler trine tut a. Onecvowhen tlioilowon tlio lonvcs glittered bright. Ho imilftrrd tho iirlzo wllh n tender 'Good- nlshlS" And my cplrlt grow fnlntwlth ecstittlo emo- I Ion, l'or I felt In Hint flower lay nlirctlinodoo- tlon. lo la polio; ot tlio scent of tliut dollcuto llowor Stil...

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. — 10 May 1885

; A FAMILY AFFAIR BY HUGH CONWAY, Author of Called Back" and "Dark Day." CHAPTER I. A LITTLE DMKLtOT, T was n dreary, dismal. wintry afternoon, au the lights of Iadding ton Btatlen worn needed to cunquor the damp fog which Mini the arched expanse from end to end. The. brood platfonn teemed with the niollim nnd bustlo attendant upon the do parturu of a train. Tho nowspapor boys alone wore having a coniaratlvery dull tlmo of it, as tho first act of every passenger, upon tak ing his Fcnt, was to pull up the window and, (hut out an much tog an possible, declining to lot tho sash down for anyone, except other' traveler, who, having paid their fores,clalmed their right to seat in tho train a proceeding which, to the tint installed passenger, always seems supremely selfish. The new comer, or comers, might choose soino other compart ment tlinu hlil Tho moving rock which boors the lamps reached thaextrcmo end of the train. Tho strong-arm. I official below hurled the last crystal gl 'if to 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. — 10 May 1885

THE G1XBE KKPlTBLtO, SUM) AY MORNING, MAY 10, 188&.-EtGKT PAGEa I I I, 4 S I i ; ,i r 1 I m m m vm- iiTt.3 l 4; 4. J ro. m . Urn m m DM tX&V. ' Sfl 1 ' ,'?!.' I 'I.0BK- REPUBLIC j Wished Every Sunday Morning ( -IE-REPUBLIC BU1LD1MG.WESTHIGHST. iSrt IJollurw l'or Year, five CuntH l'or Copy. J iieral by Carrier to Any Varl of Iht City. toss til Communications to (ho UNUAV ULOHE-KEPUHLIC, Springfield, O, REPUBLICAN MATE CONVENTION. Ohio IlKi'UnuCAK Commuter Rooms, 1 Colcuiius, May 4, 18(5. I fhe llepubllcan" Stale Contention ol 1885 will be n Win tho city o( Springfield on Thursday, June 11) 1885. tbe Deleiates ol men Congressional District v 1 'contcnet o'clock p.m. lor the purpose of olng ou Vice President for tho Contention, it one member ol eacn of the tarlousCommlt- Jl'io Contention will be culled to order at 10 i i ock a m, for temporary organization, and at 2 ock p. ni for permanent organisation and the 1' nsaetlon of Its other business. t .indldates will be nominated fo...

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. — 10 May 1885

xxmmezmmmmmM myvwmi MHIBflHH-LLaaflMk TEE GLOBE BEitJBLtO. KTHDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1885,JEIGHT PAGES. . ti -f RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. 01,1-1 roimiUA or BVMNTS. rABtlNU (Jnlhereil (rum lh Mnnjr Happenings of n Week uf Life In the champion City Notea ef Interest to the) I'ollllelau, Artist, Mualrlnn nnd General Header NlMlMglleld's Ileci.rcl at a Convention City --Notes un Ilia Hhnolltiar Tnurnn. ment, Tbo clio.ce ol Springfield ai the place for holding tho gteat Republican Htate Conven. Hon was the universal topic ot roiveraatloa hit week, noil olurani might be written of the endui'lium with which the newi wai tiDivetsnlly received. The holding of the convention In Springfield was (lnt agitated In the SpNiuv Oi.oiiE-Ritront.io aome two months ago, nn Interview being given with Captain Folkertli, of Camden, In which he advised Springfield to try and get the con vention, and predicted success II the leading citizens would only put their shoulder! to the wheel. Springfield has became extre...

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. — 10 May 1885

ESMbi OTS m rt mUMMiirtw m-ba I THI GLOBE BEPtTBLIO. 8UmAY MORNING. MAY 10 .188 wwmwihina , i Ti .',-,,T!?ryfc T-g--z i T'TmmagKmmflS&SSmmMi'IUJKVXA&i - i -,,' '- -" - .....am , y , TiF. liaiiiMiliiBM I to l"u! 1 aTJ.l? 1 VA . l?Jdt ft i ' I t The Mule nrown Castle, , Howawcct to tho heart,! old age sUiall up on US, , . To alt, Idly musing, in some qulot apoti To dream of our thlldhood of happy com- Jmnlons, ... . . often to picture a well 'momborcd cot Tho aort, clinging tendrlla that grow put tho window, . , . The long, waving grass ana the murmuring rill. Ah, hrlBlit In tho vision wo see after aire! Thollttlohrowncaatlo" that atood on the hill. It atood In tho midst of a wldo-spreadlng gar den, . ..... With now and again tho cool shadoof atree. That stretched forth Its branches In dumb benediction. And silently mutely, was echoed by tne. How gentlo tho zephyrs, all laden with frag rance. How tuneful tho murmuring song of tho rllll Ab. tc nder tho momory Is after ages! . "...

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. — 10 May 1885

i,i,iii111 iiiniui-ui'ii i mil iiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 1 in iii(iiiiiyjjiU!VR9csnsBBnnRnnBHBHBBH STJKPAY MORNING. MAY 10 1885 ., ' 1 THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. ALIADQUT NKKDIiKH. Tho manufacture of noodle Is a sub ject full of interesting study. Nearly nil of tlio needles liscu throughout tho civilized world tiro ninclo In Knglnml, llio principal factories boitifr located at Koddltnh and othorsuhurbs ol Binning limn. Tlioro aro also factories in Franco and (lonnany, but tlioy tnnku a com piiratlvoly small number. Probably tbcro Is no instrument nianufaclurod which receives such common tiso by 1ooplo of all classo. Tho variety In mo is wonderful; thcro urn about so'v cuty distinct kinds and numorous stylos of each kind. For Instance, there urn no less than thirty distinct stylos of Cltlfritnn' nnniflna Anil tifti-lintw lt.At.nl aro as many varieties of tho numerous other kinds, which includo hand, nn chlno, sail, darning, knitting, uphol sterers', broom, bono, ami others too . numerous to mention....

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. — 10 May 1885

i&mm ifi USJP W I iJPM I' I'll' "'" "il ' n i .w 'Ammmitk mmmm ,. i, ! M'H HI' i fe ii MM sjyu w rr(riA,4 L W ri LAGONDA NOTES llHrVIILlO HKl'OHTV.K. The ComliiR Kntrlitlnmant to be tllven by tli Young I'miile' l.ltarnry Assocl ntlou The llnnKrt Social (limn nt the Itnl Mull' llnll Thurxlnr livening The "Workers, llnnil " In TerinrU a Nlllsnnce llrlitf Mention uf Local ll Hefting In Hint About LnRnmln Mrs. Wm. Conner hasrcltirntil lo tier home In ItcllofontHln. Mr. Chnrles Itolden Iina greatly improved the appearance of Ins liome by giving It a coat of paint. Charley hna the finest looking residence in I.ngonda, now. Mrs. Harriet Hammond, ol North l'lura strtet, city, spent soveral ilayf, the past week, the guest ol her sister here. Teachers' meeting wan hell at the h(,usc ol Wlllio Gonlon, Friday evening. Grandma .Vial who has heen confined to her homo for several months hy sickness whs nble to ho out to church Sunday last. Miss Mary Jackson, ot Kculon, llardln county, visited ...

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. — 11 May 1885

-itr&rint-rtTfTrfiv" re,tnfTiim'"vmr.mtfrfmmKimiinm'uift iuiiwiwiiwMipwii-W'wwiMiiiii I 4 Springfield Globe -Republic SPEENGFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1885. ITlIXa 8PBIJJOPIBLI) UIlU 111.14.'. 1 Volum XXXI, Number ill. Volume V. Number 1N7. f SW TTT,,tri-rTr r r -. ,,- r-. I. p OWEN BROTHERS luillcntloni. Wasiiinoton, May 11, Ohio Valley nud Tcnntieo Slightly warmer, lair wca he, TrtrlnMo winds, falling, proceeded in the eatt era portion by rising barometer. We were lenouily in error I alt week In ad TcrttilDg gauze underwear, ttraw hats, boy's shirt wnlits, Jean draw era and luch. Too loon. We'd better bare spoken in column length of winter orercoats going lor almost the cloth and trimmings till Friday next, the 10th; of warm elastic shaker iccka 20c and 25c; of henry all wool scarlet underwear, and gray mnikinaws still bearler; of fur caps and warmly lined mittens; of ear muffs and such Lucky to haie alt belts on hand to talk about. , In view of a change in this week...

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. — 11 May 1885

&i ;' iVialiailiiHii-l-l mtmfmmumimiitmimlm L' I i m m H v"ySJ tm jiw N V-jH .4$ J.V-S1H '"'!? fa ..-. v. r i p?!:t SWS& is mi WW Ml MV. VjMM 38 Form k(m 1 WHl j.irtO; .'?; sot si r'c s-fcsii 8HI m BLOBE-REPUBUC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY 0fflY, NICHOLS & 00., PROPRIETORS. LODE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Allay. TKRMHi Oa!ly edition, per year, .rally edition, or week, $7.50 IJ cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, Oiv I DOIiUAt A yEAI. .,: -., unlcations should be iddrwied le KINNEY NICHOLS - CO., (prlagdetd, Ohio. NOT1CK TO KASTEIUI ADVEUT1SKB8. Mr. II. C, 8tdr, 23 Park now, New York, la the UtoBR-IUrUBllc's special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, uuat be referred. MONDAY EVEN 1X0, MAY 11. iiik uLour-nKPuazio ano tub np.rvnr.iCAN statji con vention. Morning nod Keening Editions. Wo call the attention of our business men to the fact that we shall issue both momine and evenine ed...

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. — 11 May 1885

-Tl&''"(mttMau' lnr 1"" "T -rmBir,n-rTTTTaa ) QLOB-B KEFUB1IO. MONDAY gygPTPTG, MAY ii 1885. , I u f ;-. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. xniiy soattion. ItAII.) HMATHBM KM HO HI so tins toniuTT, as aacuaoio ir l. most, KXPiasttr roa rat lou-aaruttic. Mjr 111, I8SS. l irmd tvealSer. 8 10 ..ii..'.' " M-" r7w"'"cUsr' H'Vla. m 60' W Fair -.'J1p. in 41' NW Cloudy '"Op. m 4 NW Fair I "-"in. N W rlr Mjn leiiprr.iurf 49". femaeratiir sau. late in IBM, b" ebon. Tenperatar l nu il.t- in ikm, M above. Ti,pirt ol sum N. 11. New moon 14th day, loh., lSm.j moralog, CITY MATTERS. (Jtiai. Darllugtun,oi Xenla, Ii ia Ibe city. ... K. Delph, of the I. B. k W., Ii at the I.ajanrin Home. ' The Erie Bale Uall Club, who played at Dayton yesterday, are stopping at the Arcade. Mr). Catheart, ol Columbus, Ii visiting her daughter, Mrs. I. uli Phllllpi, ot Bait High. Wm. Johnson, ot Sidney, O., a former reel dent or Springfield, is vlsiilng hli brother-ln-law, Fred Poster, ot the Patrol Honae force". J. I.. Kirk, of ibe ...

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. — 11 May 1885

sWsMBleWiSW MMMMimimMif GLOBE KKPUBLia MONDAY EVENING, MAY U, l-HS i r. rv. I'' 1 33 IWi M tfN &s issM 11383. ss: ! t I I CITY MATTERS. Heft1r mMtlug ol the Hoard of Education tonight (of routine lnuh.cs'. Mr. II. t.tssner, of Dayton, spent Sunday vlslllng reUiIves in this city. Uell Stuckey was nrrcsled early this morn ing lor drunkn nut disorderly behavior. Deputy United States Collector Thompson Is In the city todiy, the guest ol Sheritr Wm. II. lUker. An afltdavlt m filed, Ibis morning, against Simon Cooucy, who runs a saloon at the corner ol Washington and Springs streets tor keeping open yesterday. Dr. Mcrrel and Kdward Luwernell, who were airestcd at the American House, Satur day night, for disorderly conduct, appeared hefore th'e .Mayor this morning and paid $1 ami costs. The Helen Desmond dramatic troupe, which was here ten data Ust month, struck It so hard at MMdictown Inst week that they had to leave a portion of their baggage with the otherwise unpaid landkrd. They h...

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