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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 14 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic T11K HVUINGFIELlt OIOUE, Volume IV. Number ao:i. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAKTJAKY 14, 1885 (THE 8PBINOPIELD REPUBLIC I Volume X.X.X.. Number IIOJJ. N OWEN, PIXLEY A. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Fair, gener ally colder weather; followed in western or tion by slight rise of temperature; northerly wind:, shitting to eaderly; higher barometer folic wed in west portion by lower barometer. THETHETHE Very Worst For $5.00 To Be Most Stylish Garments On Exhibit 'In This Market Are The Latest Patterns And Correct Shapes In Men's Globe Mills Plaid Suits Found In This Market Are The Steel Gray Meltons To Be Seen In Line In Our Large Show Window. Ten On Hand To Be Closed Out This Week. Fine Custom Made Fur Beaver Coats and Vests To Be Seen Cut Down In Price From $20.00 To $12.00 Per Suit To Close the Line. Five Full Suits Left. In Our Large Show Window. Ffve Coats and Vests Left And No More Making. OinPtXLEY&Ci CL0THIN6 MANUFACTURERS AND ONE-PRICE...

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. — 14 January 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC. WEDNESD AY EVENING, JANUARY 14, 18S. riiwimm3m GLOBE-REPUBLIG. djuiaxdweeelt. PUBLISHEO BT KIimEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH 8T. Cor. Walnut Allay. TERMSl Da'ly edition, per year, Datljf edition, per week, $7.50 IS cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, AD communications should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS &. CO., Springfield, Ohio. WBDXXSDAV KVKSIA'G, JAX. 14 The question is mooted whether there ought to be any more Hazen in the weather bureau. Take notice again that Payne is poinj; to run the federal-office guillotine in Ohio. He will be a bloody old executioner, too. The ground in Spain is shivering -yet; and so are the inhabitants those of them left alive. King Alfonso is traveling round to show them that an earthquake is a thing not to be afraid of, and allaying the panic. To the Dayton Journal: You are warned to quit starting your paragraphs with "And now." You are an adm...

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. — 14 January 1885

im ttoss lagpuBuo. wedisesday EnafusFO, jahttart 14, issb GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally- Edition. OAILV H KATIIKJt KBfOKT r0 THIS LOC-UTV. A3 KCOOKDID T J. DIBIT aXrXESSLT rOI TUC MLOPE.KKrCBl.lG. Janasry 13, ikS VVtutuer Cr Kalr Kair tlar Hear 6 .SO a. ui.. 10 SO a, m . J:50 p. in !;Up.n. 10:) p. m Aleuu leumlur-, 19 abov ro. leiupralure ol ejuiedate in 14, 3S above. Temperature of aama 1 telulS. 27 abar. lvuiperatur ol same dale In IS82. 41 atmv CITY MATTERS. Chas. Ridgewav, of Yellow Spring", is in the city to-day. Mr. C. F. DcGolver, a prominent manufac turer of Chicago, is at the Arcade. Captain D. C. Clay, of Sandusky, is regis tered at the Arcade Hotel. Mr. M. B. Topping, of St. Louis, is stop ping at the Lagonda House. Xenia is ou the ragged edge of another murder trial the Ballard case, which begins next Monday. Mr. J. D. Moler, city engineer, left for In terlacben, Florida, with his wife and child, at 9 o'clock this morning. The Big Six IHnd goes to Xenia Thursday eTening of next ...

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. — 14 January 1885

' -y pc?-' hW.,"-,v:, SIPTff CITY MATTERS. Sheriff Baker is ceding bold of the reins in excellent shape. ROUSE AND PARSONS: CHA3. LUDLOW. THE! POPULARI BE SURE TO TRY N R. Superintendent Ralph Peters, of the P., C. k St. L. railway, was in the city to-dar a short time on businces. M LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE SHOES Is due to their superior excellence as to Quality, Style, Workmanship and Fit, the vast extent and variety of our stock, the reasonable prices at which our goods are sold, and the fact that nothing is ever misrepresented. T Mr. David P. Fetter, of Waynesrille, 0., is visiting his brother, Mr. Thomas P. Fetter, of the GLOBc-IitrcBLic counting-room. C The condition ol some of our streets aid allejs is of a character to make the brow of Ferncliff mantle with the hue of shame. &loi$ kEl?t7BUC. TODiraSDA -ETOTlM, JAOTAKt i loo ME A boy, Ernest Appleton, Water street, fell and broke his right lee above the knee, at the Eastern school building yesterday after noon. Mrs. G. B. M...

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. — 15 January 1885

Em Springfield Globe -Republic T1I13 HVniNOPIBLn OIjOIIB Volume IV. Numtoor 30-1. SPKLNGF1ELD, OHIO, TTKTRSDAY EVENING, JAJSTUARY 15, 1885 I THE HPRINOFIELD BEPUMMC I Volume XJE.X. Number 3U4. , OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Fair, gener ally colder weather; followed in weitern jwr tion by slight ri9e ot temperature; northerly winds, shilling to eaiterly; higher barometer followed in west portion by lower barometer. We talk of a class ot goods to-day often clipped by advertisers. We leave nothing to be taken for granted, but brirg everything to public notice. If things we keep are worth Wiring, they are certainly worth talking about. Way back in the rear of cur store are many cheap, but very necessary garments all the same. But few probably stop to think when in pursuit ot outer coverings, called Overalls, Jumpers, Waists, Denim Coats, Ac, lhat there is anything to be saved by seeking first lands, (the manufacturers of these most nec essary garments) and consequently...

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. — 15 January 1885

IHP ssssssmsammamas GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DilLTANDWEEELI. PUBLISHED BT KINffEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut AtUy. TERMS. Dilljf action, per year, Dill; dition, pr txtk, $7.50 IS cants. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOIiliAi? A TEAf?. Ail communications should bt addrtitei t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfltld, Ohio. THURSDAY El'ESJA'G, JAX. 15. The crisis is close at hand in the Hock ing Valley. Militia is in readiness to ro in and kill. The necessity is a reproach to civilization. frederick Douglass is estimated to be worth $150,000. Frederick lias become one of tbe most conservative colored men in America, besides marrying a white wile. O for one hour of .Tames G. Blaine in tbe United-States senate yesterday! There was somebody wanted there to paint it to the brigadier generals of conquered treason that they don't yet own the United States of America. Seth V. Brown of Warren county...

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. — 15 January 1885

QLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVENING, JAHTTABY 15, 1888 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally sedition. n HI I II r t i n i K K XI OUT OkTKILIKlurr 43 KkOUHUHD BT J. DKUBT kirKKALT FfR TUK HLClBC-ltlcrUBLIC. Janairy 14, .StS (39l iu. 10 . . m 2-0p. S:flip.u .. .- ... 10 .Hd p. ia tutiier Clear J-air alr I lou J J Cloudy AIm le ,-riur -t above srio leu-jieralure ot sa.uv dhlo id lv4, 3- above. Temperature ot aaiue l t l "S 11 abtfte liuiptfrolureol same date In lv 31 above Rainfall this imoruinz. 0 0 CITY MATTERS. M. C Allttoa, ot Xenu, is ia the city to day. Gath, the well-kuonn journalist, is to lec- tuie iu this city. Fisher Littleton, ot Yellow Springs, wai m the city v esierdiy . The revulwu,; niheitiser in tront ot T. J. lioLabia 9 attracts the curious. The staiiou h-me is lodging twenty-two gentlemen and one lady temiwrarily. The improvement on southwest corner ot Main and Market streets is for a new truit stand. The new gong at the Arcade restaurant startles ever bod in that vicinity when it goe...

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. — 15 January 1885

nm&st tiBS fe3jMacaKKa S3SQ5a GLOBE REPUBLIC. THUESDAT EVENING, JANUARY IS 1886 ksWSHEIk8I C1TYJIATTERS. Mr. John Zimmerman is execting n fine English setter dog, by express, to-day, from Cincinnati. Dr F. M. Welsh went to Columbus to-day to attend an oflicul meeting of the 0. X. G. He returns to-morrow. County Surveyor Will Sharon is in Colum bus unending the annual meeting of the State Asjociation of Countr Surveyors. There will be a meeting ol the Womens' Relief Corps at the Grand Army Hall to morrow (Friday) a'ternoon at 3 o'clock. The Fiv-and-Forty Blackbirds' Chorus ill meet at Ltgonda House parlors this evening, instead of Arc.ide parlors, as heretofore an nounced. -Mr. Charles A. Conahan has gone to Cin cinnati, to-day, to attend the funeral of a nlative, Mrs. George W. Dorr, wife of the well-known civil engineer. The Big Six Rand plays at Mrs. Brandom's Charity Concert, Thursday evening, January 22, and not at Xenia, as was erroousiy stated in yesterday's paper. The Cou...

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. — 16 January 1885

M-aBi Springfield Globe -Republic SPRmGFIELD, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, JAinjARY 16, 1885 1TUE HPRINOFIELD llEPUni.IC I Volume XXX. Number :il5. Til 13 S1KINGPIEII CLOllE, I Vol it mo IV. XSximoor 03. ( OWEN, PIXLEY 5L CO. Ohio Valley an J Tennessee: Fair, genert ally colder weather; followed in western ra tion by slight rise ot temperature; northerly wind?, shilling to easterly; higher barometer followed in west portion by lower barometer. Yesterday vie gave a mer clue to our Oterall Stock. We didn't tell the halt that might be told, but perhaps enough was said to set you thinking. You must give your mental expertuess a wide scope when any thing in gentlemen's wearine apiuwe' has got to be bought. Think o! the ordinary dealer and how he gets his goods. The number ot profits he pays before the profit you pay. Then Ehilt and think ot cur way manufacturing the garments ourselves and furnishing you (con sumer) direct at one profit above lowest cost to make. Some people don't either read at...

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. — 16 January 1885

GLOBB-REPUBUO, FRIDAY EVENING, JAOTAJtY 16, 1885 ---- tiW(tftrV4,.jUJ.lJiyji, kjmn.,,1. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DULY AND WEEELI. PUBLISHED BT KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERMSl Daily edition, per year, Oliljf sdition, per week. $7.50 15 csnts. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DOLIiAI? A TEA. AS communications should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, Springfield, Ohio. FRIDAY EYKXIXG.JAX. 1G. If the Payne family contributed $170, 000 to the Democratic campaign fund, as it has been summed up and stated, they surely toot some sort of promissory note, and it need not be surprising that old man P. talked at Columbus as if he bad a mort gage on the administration. A rapturous communication appears in a Cincinnati paper about "the divine Jossefyl" And it comes out in the course oi the article that "the divine Josscfy" is a "divine" piano-pounder. Well, there are so many "divine'...

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. — 16 January 1885

KHi rs 0OBX BTOBLIO. FRIDAY EVENING, JABXTABT 16, 188S GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. ll.lll.i "ICJflim KKI OKI rOITIUSLOOALITr. J KECOKDXD BT J. DICKT, KXr'KKS'SLT PORTHKOLOEE.KKrCBLIC. January 13. IS.-5 Tn . Weather Italnr 1 luudy Cloudy ltalny ltaiuy 6 SO a. iu.. 10 .IU a. in 2:30 p. ,u 6:10 p. ia .. lO.JHIp m Mean tttii-rAturr.0 aljVf aero. TtweriUurr of same date in ls'4 :T0 stave. Teiuierature ol aam I lelr ..x 15 atow. Itiuperlur of MU) datM In ! , 4V altove Amount f ram last night, eneinrk CITY MATTERS. We had sjnie grand iced scenery this morning. Miss Etta lilazer is visiting friends at Moorefield. J. M. Donnrll, ot the Arcade grocery, is on the sick list. J. H. Garlough is visiting his brother at Jtfiersouville. Mrs. John i. llirr is expected home from Dubuque next Tuesday. Let us call them the 50 blackbirds ior a change. Buy your tickets. Several new business houses have opened in the city and there are rumors of more yet to be opened. The white messengers, otherwise kno...

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. — 16 January 1885

mm GLOBE REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENING, XAmJASft 10 1885 CITY MATTERS. Mr. M. U. McGill, of Cincinnati, is at the .Arcade. Messrs. Will G. Smith and E. 0. Dana, ol Cincinnati, are at the Arcade. Mr. Ldu'is Krohle, of the Adamlesa Eden Company, is stopping at the I.agoudu Mr Geo. H. O-liorne, general agent of Jackson's lloston Ideal Company, is at the Lagonda House. Mr. S. M. Urown, ot Cincinnati, who has been in the c.tj tor a tew diV6, went to DiftUon yesterday. Mr. (Jeorgc W. Bcnn, of Mmviehiisetts brancti, Whiuley, Kaler A. Kelly, is in the city lor a few dty. Mrs. Hunttr and her three suns, who visit ed Mrs Dent, her fisier. in this city, has re turned to Uiihciond, lad. The horses at tli Central engine hou'e are not fit to make a run yit. Tne chemical can only run to very near boxes. Mr. Henry Frey, of Creighton Bros. lad ing hou-e, Omaha, .Vib., is in the city, and rumor says he will not return alone. There is a strong demand for an engine bouse on Chestnut arenue, ard prominent ci...

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. — 17 January 1885

3 Springfield Globe -Republic SPltLNrGFIELD, OILLO, SATORDAY EVENING, JAINTJARY 17, 1885 ITIIE 8PBINOFIELI) HEPOllUC I Volume XXX. Number :iO. Volume IV. Number 30l. f OWEN, PIXLEY CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Fair, gener ally colder weather; followed in western por tion by slight rise ol temjierature, northerly Kinds, shilling to easterly, higher barometer followed in west jwrtion by lower barometer. ARE YOU IN ANY WAY INTERESTED IN HEAVY GRAY MELTON OVERCOATS AT A $5 00 PRICE? OR YOUR CHOICE IN A BIG STOCK OF FINE ALL WOOLS AT A $10.00 PRICE ? The knowledge that they're here is in this adver tisement OWEN. PIXLEY & CO., SPKIXGKIKI.D'S ONLY ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS, PIANOS. BEHNING These Renowned Pianos are kept in all the different styles by R. F. BRANDOM & CO., T'- Kolls-'e Arcnilo. SPKINOFIKI.IMAKKKTS. CuSLCTKD BV Of AS. W. PaYXTEK A C. WedneJr,Jn. 14, lSKi. PROVISIONS. Ben. a 20c; choice scarce. !. Good supply; SOc. Poultry Gnod demand; chickens, joung, 20 SOc; old, 25aS5c...

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. — 17 January 1885

" Buv; ifcjuwtf- jyfip.iijsijcBwgtini-af r iypsifci8i i ?jBi Yi iwi i 'jBBBBflBflBBBBHHBBBBUIBmBiBHi 3niWaDBv jw GLOBE REPUBLIO. SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC, i DilLY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY 3INNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST KIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKMISl Di'ly edition, per year, Dally edition, per week, $7.50 15 cants. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLiIiAI A TEAI. All communications should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, Springfield, Ohio. SATlllPAi' KVEVlXd, JA.V 17. T. C. Campbell, of tlie Cincinnati jury system, is reire-entei to lie incubating somttliinp in u committee room of the Ohio legislature. It is suspected to be canal. The Republican caucus of the Pennsyl vania legislature had to tae only one bal lot for mere form. Cameron got 11C votes, and nil the other candidate! to gether got 50. ISargnr, of the house, has given notice of his intention to move to ame...

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. — 17 January 1885

GLOBE REP0BUO. SATURDAY EVENING, JAOTTAET 17, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. IMII.l MIHlntK KKtVHT rOB THIS LOCALITY, A3 (KCXII1DKD BT J. DIUIT, KIPKCS3LT rOE THBflLOPK-KErUBUa Jauasry 1G, is5 t SO . u .. 10.30 a. m 2:30 p. ui 6:So p. m . 10:80 p. m Weather Clout) y Cloudy Cloudy Mating Snswin Mrau una peril un 27 above um. Temperature of aauleilaleln lttf4 17 aboT. Temperature ol sainvl.telu ii.a 2j above. IVmperaturool tame datetn lv,35 ahoto Amount of anon fall ly; Inch. Snow-water, rain and t.Wel. U.ifiof an Inch. The sleet will do much damage t shrubbery ad fruit trees. CITY MATTERS. Mr. II. H. Warder has left lor Washington. Mr. F. O. Boylan, ol Cliica.), is at the La gonda Houh Mr. John Cohan left last night for New Orleans to attend the exposition. Mr. Charles B. Comstock and wife, of Co lumbus, are registered at the Arcade. Mr. Temp Chronister sajs it is "one of the finest." It's a girl, which armed last night. Mr. I. Oberbronner, of Cleveland, returned home veeterdav ...

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. — 17 January 1885

E530 'JSX GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATURDAY EVENESTG, JANTTARY 1? 186d CITY MATTERS. Telegraph Hues liave leen working badly, it at all, to day. Tlie Central Republican Committee elecle'l Mr. John Parsons ns chairman. ROUSE AND PARSONS. CHAS. LUDLOW. M THE POPULARI CHAS. LUDLOW ft But thrw arrests were madeUst night, two for drunkenness and one tor loitering. Officer James Norton's wife is lying dan gerously ill a' her residence on Spring street. Mr. A. U. Mclllair, ot the Lagonda Hovse, will give an exhibition in fancy skating at the Casino rink to-nighu The programme for the grand concert given Thursday next at Mack's 0era House, will be something unique. "oti't forget the concert at Mack's Thurs da nming. Watch for the programme in to-morrow's (Sunday) issue. The net proceeds of the concert git en Thursday eening net will be tu-ned oer to the ladles' ltenexolent Society. The sun as it shone at intervals to-day through the crystalled trees and telegraph wirt-i produced a ery pictorial effe...

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. — 18 January 1885

IKjfcsH DKlffiSl ir Sunday Globe -Republic THE Hl'ItmOFIELB OLOI1E, I Votumo IV. Number 157. I SPEmGFIELD, OHO, SUNDAY MOBSTLSTG, JAjSUAJtY 18. 1885 T,,l: 8PMNOPIEL1) REPOTn.IC Volume JCJUC. Numhr a57. OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Fair, gener ally colder weather; followed in western por tion by slight rise of temperature; northerly winds, shifting to eagerly; higher barometer followed in west portion by lower baroraeUr. Here' a cloth like the Brooklyn Bridge. It's a harmony of beauty and strength. Its strength is the strength of its threads, and the strength of its threads are found in its wear ing qualities. The whole to be found in a beautiful light shade $10 Irish Frieze Over coat, Ask to see lot 0,913 on bargain table. This same table contains many other sorts, any one of which are desirable in quality and popular in price $10 your choice, lot 7,177, dark brown, all wool, diagonal ribbed Cassimcre, with fixe Italian lining. Lot 6,535, solid black Bearer, sam...

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. — 18 January 1885

THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUE BAY MOENTNra, JANTTABT 18 188B V tw-A SNOWFLAKES. Ye who have scorned each other. Or injured friend or brother, Iu this fat fad in; year; Ye w ho by word or deed, Have made a kind heart bleed, Come pnther here! Let tinned against and sinning. Forget their strife's beginning. And join in friendship now Be linis no longer broken; Be sweet forgiveness spoken Under the Holly Bough. Ye who haTe loved each other, bister, and friend, and brother. In this fast fading rear; Mother, and sire, and chili, Young man and maiden mild, Come gather here; And let your hearts grow fonder As memory (hall ponier Each jiat unbroken row; Old loves and younger wooing Are sweet in the renewing. Under the Uollr ltou;h- Charles Hackay. 80 much that's beautiful and bright, Rare truths to which it was a stranger. The woild has learned since Bethlehem's light Shone o'er the infant Jesus' manner. That Christmas tale in which appears The child God and the mother human. Has left lor eighteen...

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. — 18 January 1885

lasssVV3t THE GLOBE REPITBLIO. SUNPAT MORNING, JAOTABT 18 1885 TAKE THINGS AS THEY COME. Porno days are bright and sunay. And home are bleak with ruin; Some lit e are crowned with pleasure, And tome are tilled with pail. Vor sumo the world U rosy. For others sad and plum; But all who'd know contentment Should taVe things aa they coma. You know Pame Fortune's tickle. And oft withdraws her smllo. And things to suit our fanoy Mont fashion all tho while. The test of puddings only Has here and there a plum Then look upon the bright side, Aud take Uilinrs as they como. Tis not by care and worry. Tis not by fume and f rvt. That mat things we accomplish And w rvdths victorious get. It is by wHU'htnc. wuitiuir. And working-bravely lrom The mora till iihrlit and taking Lite trials in they como. Depend this world Is sunny. If wo tho un wouM Ke: Tnen lake things us they're going-, And not a- they should bo. We e er may to happy. And Joy w ill hop and huia Around us if we only Will take things 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. — 18 January 1885

H1M iw. THE G3JDBE REFUBUO. SUNDAY MORNING, JA2XUABY 18 1385. EIGHT PAGES L0BE-REPUBL1C Published Evory Sunday Morning f LOBE-REPUBLIC BUIIOINE, WEST HIGH ST. Two 3ollurw l'oi1 Year, ITlvo Coiit X-i Copy- Delivered by Carrier to Any Port of the City. Addrrts ill Communications to the SUXBAY GLOBE-REPUBLIC, Sprincfleld. O. 8VMAX MORI!a J if. IS '" Biitl- HOrjIfK KBIVKT roBiHisLOCAurrr, uklcokdicd bt i. dct, SirUSSLT FOKTHKeWir-E-KWCBLIC. JuuiylT. 1M5 Tui Wind Westher 6$0.m 10 JC W Cloudy 10.S0a.rn 6 V slr. S.SOp.m 6 SW Jir. :SOp.m 0 W J,r lC.S0p.m I W 'r- Mwui teniptntara, sbor sero. Temperature ol sin dst In 18M, 23 to. Temperature ol urn date In Itf S, S6 aboie. Temperature ol me dtte Is 1SS?, 19 hot. The bill which has passed the House mating it a penitentiary offenie to place obstructions on railroad tracks is right eons. Many times the oflense ought to be punished by hanging. Bavaria has adopted a law forbidding couples to marry that have not sufficient means to maintain themseh...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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