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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 17 May 1885

fti&m, wraw '?g,8Wu"'"waw?HgP,fffwiiTiTwi;ji ii riMtfmWy Sunday Globe -Republic tiih i-i mi i is i i-Jiri 01.01113, Volume IV. Number 17l. SPEmQFlELD,OH'0, SUNDAY MOBNING, MAY 17, 18F5. rolum XXX. Numbrn um. -.-".i-",1-, , .,, giEg -JLJeB5ligiiMtMIWMIWMMtlMISJISJliag 'MMiMrmMiMMiiitiii1i n mm !H if- -i.i wwf iimiik ii " i .-.p... i . .-... ..,v... .,,.i. M. y v .- " """71TTTiriyn iTFIrllli" IrTT'-' Wf. 'I n n. m .. -r-jisisisiiiiiTisWTiiiiiiws,ii "mi IJ 1 1 iHli llii IHP itW WM'im-irr,. jj-i.j: " ' .rr r "T ""Tr- ., ... n. . ,. .. .. lM 3 I I OWEN BROTHERS Indications, Wasminoton, Ma; 10. For the Ohio Val ley and Tenncsste, lair, followed by partly cloudy weather and local rain on Sunday, eaat and aoulh wind! and itatlonary temper ature. Just where we left oft wllli Slraw Data last year wo begin this. IT you remember, hat grew better all lait icason through. We pick up the ttrlng where It dropped, and continue the Improvement in quality and without variation In price. The hata a...

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 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
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 17 May 1885

WWH 1 - r"" wwwstwfgyCTBj b ma &L&8& ftiatmuc fetriJdDAY Motttrtyq ifrA? ,it ib8 ,. ' r-i !-T,SMMaiJBlSff!Bff!?IHIiiiiiTTBssssfriiiMsssssMs rg!?T"'.'TlTr-din!TH'iiri-uniiii ' '""'""38""'rcsssssisisssa A Joke on Garland. A Washington telegram saysi Col. Dick Bright, of Indiana, bean off tho honor of perpetrating the first joke at tho expense of the new attorney gen eral, hlmsolt an Inveterate Joker nml u honrty lovor.of good, ftin. while Col. Height was seigoant-nt-arnis of tho sonata Ills lietsonul relations with Mr. Garland, then a member of that body, wero Intimate" and cordial. Tho two gentlemen, Indeed,' becarao warm friends, and havo since remained so. To-day Col. Bright walked into the de partment of justlco and made his way buck Into tho attornoy general's pri vate ollleo. It was after ofltco hours, and In a few tuomonts tho attorney niado his appearance. The day had been a limy one, and Mr. Gotland was vory tired. Into both of his ears since early In the morning ...

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 May 1885

HIHDtSUt&lJuuLilJj ,tfjj5LaKaaag.sa!jfRWff i. ",l ! ,' '.jij'ftyTffg i' T ' :i irr""1 ZSmL'&K 'XWi$hKii. g ff I ! y HVMWU' i'WWMIpM rfflftm-lffnrT-mnir J - 4t.r THE GLOBE REPUBLIO. SttiJTDAY MORNTHG, MAY It, i88BftIGHT PAGEt MMMt, l .ff I ' ' ' t''IN in H i w ' i in muiiip i ii ''!' .Ii III P '" Is! 1. 3ftt I :J3 I 11 ' rm mSTT m ; n 9 t f 11 H - I f ! t p I N '-. s IF f Sic $ ' ft Svr ' m 1 riT ;, ? SUNDAT II.OBK-REPUBLIC Published Every Sunday Morning BE-REPUBLIC BUILOING, WEST HIGH ST. I'wo Outturns l'or Year, L'lvii Contn lr Copy. i itered" by Carrier to Any Pari of tht City, idJrrsa all Communications to the N1INDA1T ULOBE-KEPUBLIC, SBrlngfleld, O. HVSDA k MOHSlUti MAT 11, 1SSS. IMItl HKATUKR MMHOUX 0 THIS LOCALITY, AS BBCOBDBO BT J, DBCBV, KXFBKSSLT K)B THB OLOBB-HirDBLIO. May 16, lass lru. md Weather. 8 JO . in., I & N E Clear U-IOa. m .. 72 N g llr l-Mp. an.. . 79 N E Clear a jo p. ra . 70 8 K Clear I" tn n. -i 56 8 E Clear te.n lrn'rtur' 63. Temperature i en ml ...

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. — 17 May 1885

- .'",v.--4- iWwvitrWAtTS teii8wjwiawiiw!iwifu '"'".'' '""""' wi 7rr igt'WW! THE GLOBE ft&TJBIIO. ID2TDAY MOKtmto, kAY 17, 188S.a-jfea(iHT FjLM. wSSMBBv RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. TM1M WMKK'H ttrKHXS OUAI'HKD PHOTO- By a Journalistic Camera Not of In tereat to the Musician, Artist, Politic Un Mint General Cltlsan Thu Advan tages of the Convention lo Iprtnftflald A llend-Walter's Reminiscences of the First Male Fair In Hpnnalleld-Newa and Notes. Krrrr citizen ol Springfield takes great pride tn the lact that the State Contention Will be held la Springfield thli jrar, but there are few probably who eitlmate correctly the Immense ralue It will be to the city. To ace a comparatlrely email city like Spring field, ruah In, bear off the convention Ircm all the other citlca large and imall in the tate, and then after finding her open houie too small, go to work and erect a mperb building specially adapted to the purpote and the fined Convention Hall in Ohio, inipirei a feeling ol akin to awe ...

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. — 17 May 1885

Kivt&u.Ztil,iitAgi3fi mtysymm BWT i i. jAttiiimttim BSttsiji TTin-rwa anwmww ;" ,.-jT)W "' i-w(.- i: Tgg GLOBE REPUBOO. StraPA? MORNPTQ, MAY IT -885 m M t ft. UiirpooiioUccl. Calm was tlio night In that still autunis went her, ,. ... i AtiilrHlii.fr still nnd colder wero Iho twain WIki, parting then, mlnlit jet have kept to- If prhlc'hii.l not liccn stronger oon than pul it. rinre wero nuliltlcr tram, no slghsof sorrow, No mil lepronelies uttered nt the cndl ., A ml, should they met t, ) ours heneo or tin tlio "Twill lio wllh courteous ensc. M friend intits frit ml. Otil mocking words for thoso who onco loved iiiii.IIj', , Hi in (.forth to ho mrro frit mis, not less, not Deep In filth heart n dciith knell sounding Mill), ... . . For love, deemed deathless, In glad dn or ) ore. Not more Ihnn friends; tho voices must not fnllir. List l.rnkcii tonis betray n Willi rcgrctl Anil on tho lips tho rorenl smllo must not To show how, 'neatli tlntt tinisk, griuf's lines UiOStU Let them Ink...

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. — 17 May 1885

"' '""WW I'HWiyy nn,i mftfm T THIS GLOBI ftBFPBlJO. BUKA AJOKETCNG. &AY 17 18&6 - - A FAMILY AFFAIR, r HVOlt CON WAT, Author 0 "Called Baek' and "Dark Day? , OltArTKR IV. Coktwcid. HUo was now nearly twenty-tnrae. Having when sho iiuno of ago succeeded to her lata mother's tlilnl of old Talbort'i poncMilonl, the was luilecudoiit both by ago ami by income, Hlio w as willing to llvo at Hadowood House, if her uncles mould tako her. If not, the re solved to start an establishment of her own. Hhowasntill in bur, former anomalous posl tion a baronet's daughter who had ntrar rnado a projwr cutranco into society. As Lady Clauson said, sho must have toon a wrong mlndod young woman, as this omission scorned to troubla her Vary Uttlo, Tho TnlbcrU who liksd tho little they had seen of their nloco went Into solomn conclave on tho request. Thoy decided, In tho event of Sir Malngay giving his consent on that point thoy wcro most exacting she might come to thorn. Hlr Malngay raised no objec...

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. — 17 May 1885

""ffliSZ ''''" ri?5sry i nwin HQ Mji'M"",yjr? B&. "J U fiZ -ZbZ vm GtoSid ftirttlio. sfctffcA? iibtomirG, ma 1?, iob6..-fiiG6 pjkQita. f wtm m LACONDA NOTES. ruiiMsurn nr a hvmiat uloiik ItHrllllt.lC ItrVOHTKH. hnhlmth Mchool Mna Meeting Tlila Kven Inff At l.nKoiMtn If It. ( litirch linnNttir LimIbii I. ). (. I', tu Celebrate Their First Anniversary on the lrtlli of June Nl-I.lt of Ollleera Klected or Iho Young riMipU'H Llternry Society Ilrlef Mention. II r j. Harriet llnmmoml, of tbo city, Is n Curat ol ber titter, Mrs. J. M. Iirick;on. The mi tubers of I'iiltlia I.oilgo Diuglilers nl llelxici nre tunklnp arrangements to pi to Vienna Weiltu iiUjr evening of the coming week The folbwlng Is taken from the Transcript's Legomla correspondent: The (iLoif-IUpunuo reporter from this pi co will ri i into a home's if he don't look a llltlo out. J. M. II. 1ms been there and is will nrqunttited with the lacts. Come along,. Jotin.lney siy they will take us down with a lince rail, (hut not ...

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 May 1885

nSTrmitf H 1111 Springfield Globe-Republic THW HPIlINOFIIill. II OTODE, I Volume V. number lOtl. f SPEmQFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1885. THV?nM.I??l',IBLB BBPD1IT.IO i voium XXXI. Number oy. fjjmwyi OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Washington, May 18. Ohio Vnltej and TtnnMsee, Increasing cloudiness, mid local rains, south west to north west winds, loweir temperature. Hats. Enough Strung for another week's rush, altho' Saturday's demand wrt a host of then. We are still prepared to supply any size In almost any shape at almost any price. Nota bly popular are the sereral sorts at 50c. It's quantity buying, quantity selling, and a. willingness to work cheap that make our different prices. Pantaloons. It's the week for Ulobe Hills Casslmcre Pants. Come any day, we're put them down to sell) they're selling. We won't undertake to tell how long they'll last. $0.50 for tfi, with (iriy pattern) to choose from. Men's Suits. None too many of the $8 and $10 lor $." left, what there are will ...

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 May 1885

1. GLOlSE REPTJBLIO. MONDAY EVJCIKG, MAY 13 1885. Uaba ml m J1fe(fc?t-,-J I; W ,1 I TO' i I LOBE-REPUBLIC: DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PHOPRIETORS. LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILOINQ, WtIT HIQH IT. Car. Walnut Alley. TICRMSI ,Vly edition, per year, ' Jly edition, per week, $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ort'-I DOLiLAFJ A TEAh. ik Ik nnlcatlant should be tddretied It KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO., prlnfltK, Ohio. NOTICE TO KA8TKKN ADVEBTISEKS. Ma. It. C. Bhtdxe, JS rark Bow, New York, Is the tltoBK-ltKPOBtH.'s special representative, to whom alt Eastern advertising business, mutt be referred. HOSDAY EVEN ID O, MAY 18. 3IIB ULOHt-RBPVltLlC AND THM JtEl'VltLlCAN STATE COX- rsrtrioy. Mornlue nod Evening Edltlona. We call the attention of our business men to the (act that we shall issue both mornini; and evening editions of the Gi obe-Rki-uduo on the 11th and 12th oM .tune, with full reports of the State Repub lican Co...

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 May 1885

smanRflUMfliasMHgsas ) fif. GLOBE BEHTBL10. MOfrDAY fisVtaK&, MAY 18 1885 -" ' ' i . mm mm , EJ GLOBE-REPUBLIG. Dully Bdttlon. I --I.BK mmmmmmmmmmm DAlLt II HATH KB HMIOHI roiTMia ixh-autv , aii aacxmoflo ar t. toi, xniuiT roa T otOBE-awuiilin. Hyl7, m 6 Ma, m, 1 'til . M i'M p. t'l SO ji. n ., ' Weathe Clear Hear Cleft Clear Clear l4it Imun-f inr 72 temperature , mu date In I Ml, HI bom. Temperature of tnit lite In IHK8, 68' atrnve. -Tw pemtar of tern 4i in 144 , 69' ahova aero. (JITY MATTERS. Auditor Servlsa It In, Cleveland tf-day, od rnllroml liuslnrss. See an ImporUnt c'jango In (be timer of train on tlie N. Y. P. k 0. :'Ari affidavit wita filed Ibis morning by Of ficer Kcfonl against Lizzie Dray for drunken neu and disorderly conduct. Mrs. Samuel Norman, living tome Tour miles north ol town, fell down stain yester day, spraining her loot and ankle. SUtcd convocation tonight of Springfield Chapter No. 48, II. A. M to confer B. A. de gree. Visiting companies specially Invite...

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 May 1885

!$& m m m ra J. A. Darkrr, o( the I.. B. V., Ii In the city today. 0. II. Knight and wile went to Cincinnati thli morning. Dr. 1). Kmmett Welsh, who haa been the guest ol Or. II. R. Doach, leaves today for Kansas. Officer Wilson this morning arretted a man named Sylvester Neff lor drunkenness, disor derly conduct and using prolane language. A gentleman named Shockey, upward of eighty years old, died last night at his resi dence on Monroe street. Funeral tomorrow, Interment at Asbury chapel. C, L. lllllcry has been appointed North western traveling ticket agent tor the I., B, k , with headquarters at Peoria. The illroad boys are all glad to see Mr. Hlllery "git thar" and wish him all manner of good luck. The Live Stock Protective Association Is considering the holding of a picnic on the Fair Grounds to advertise their business. They might take a pointer from the "Wild West" heroes and have a counterfeit horse stealing and thiet catching dlvertlsement on the track, to show how Its...

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. — 19 May 1885

&JgWBWWipiBWiBW!ll !" IJljji." .P-,'Mff-rt???",!sB fmlTIT Springfield Globe -Republic ' , ' 0 SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, TUESDAT EVENING, MAY 19, '1886. J THE BFUINOFIDLD llEPUHTilO 1 VofumtXiXI. Number us. Volnnio V. Wunitoer 1U4, f I 5:", -r,ri. : ' Sftl dl .Ik I .tv,. -'-at I :l r.m r ".&' $ Tf 8$ m 'si OWEN GROTHERS Imllcntloni Wafiuwiton, May 10. Ohio Valley and Tennessee: l'nlr weather" In Ohio Vslley, loom rains In Tennessee, variable winds, gen erally .'rnm tho north lower temperature, es eept In extreme northwestirn portion, Blight rite In Icinnemturp. We are continually striving to got prices down. Almost every day a new thing tumbles. It's not a question or how much wo make, but how much we sell. About as near to nothing as a boy's knee pant suit Is likely to get this season is a dollar. About as soon as you can get here after perusal of this advertisement Is the timo to get a glimpse of what's going for a dollar. Kilt suits at a dollar aro nearer nothing than worth. Enou...

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. — 19 May 1885

mss&sm HiKiiiiliilllP r- - f ' .... - .,,.,.U,1....J..J. ,.... , ., ..j? -I, t . 1 1, i ...! ii. mmmmmrmmmtmx.v?i'--7. v -j tt ir . ' - uijJ.?.,rtf-T "rMiLMMJBwpMBrgETBBaiBHBw)iip; ... ' --4.- -,..w, .( PIHUMMUMB "f W.CV M l tl mm nu OB lief i JLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAllY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED 1Y ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WEST HIQH BT. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKnMSi A ly eUtlon, per year, d1y edition, par week. $7,90 13 centi, Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued livery Thursday Morning, On : DOLLAR a Veai. ! aic onlcitlont thould be addresied te KINNEY NICHOLS L CO., prlaanetd, Okie. NOriCK TO HAHTKKN ADVKKTISKHS. Mb. It. C. Brtdki, S3 rrk Kow, New York, It the OLOBK-KKPunLlc's special repretentatlve, to whom ell Eastern adv ertlalng business, must be referred. TU11S DAT EVENING. MAY 10. HIS GI.VHt-ltKl'Clll.lV AHO Til HKVVltLlOAN STArE CON- VE.VTIOX. Morning and Kvenlng Editions. We call the attention of our business men to the fact tha...

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. — 19 May 1885

mmffmsimmBmiminmmmMW GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. it. 1 1 , u4thh umntHi to TitiaumtUTr, as asajanao it 1. naoai, HFHKMt.T rOBTHaaLOaSMSSrUBMO. May 18, iM5 JO . in,. WW a. in atsop. , . M p. in .,.. 11.1 n. lu lt.d l 8 E 0' H W M H W 741 H H BB H W Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair ln '"il'i,ttiir- 72'. remrwrMiim , ih. slate In MM, OS- above. Tsmpsrsturs of an dte in M. 01 above. T'mpenttire of urn ) in m , a above aero. .The next cold waro will be duo on .the evening of the Slit, . CITY MATTERS. ' John ,. Herry hm sold out hid bakery on Market Blreel to W. 8. OrlJi, and will proba bly move West. A. d. Beth irJhus gone to Zinesvllle to represent the l. 0. O. P. lodges of this coun ty at the annual meeting of the Crand Lodge of Ohio, in session there this week, beginning today. Daisy Wert bai tbeold Western steamer at work today pumping ont the cared-ln cnl Tert near the Buckeye shops on Warder street so that the woj,k ol reconstruction can proceed. Herr Billy Dlehl yesterday shipped one o...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 19 May 1885

SWSSH5fc2 "i')t 'ji iVin GLOBE lUfiPtJBLia TUESDAY EVENING, jU& i&, i&85 CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS: ANDREW8, WISE A PUTNAMi ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM Miss Dollle White, o( FMi6eld, 0., It villi lnrj her aunt, Mn. D. F. Wilson, 303 South Market street. SLIPPERS m 'Squire Stout married hit first couple laat night, Peter Walton and Ida Green are the names of hla victims. ji. i j , , .... .,, ..in..!. .! , , ,. ,...j. ,. , , ..,, - ' ljHWM"WBWMMiWMPHBIg!3jl!aPPH mi i -v-l. r H 1 3 V . rii M tefl i1 rK II : , lvS 10 M 1 E&S M&h LXM k3tf J$S msk. mz A3 B& !.& 0. P. Anderson, Traveling Passenger Agent and D. 0. Morris, General Kast Agent of the 1. 11. k W., are In the city. An excursion ot the merchants and busi ness men ol Uloomington, 111., Is coining to Springfield on a tour ol Inspection, Wm. J. Wllllard, the Washington street baker, says he never was so happy as at pres ent. A new girl baby is the cause ol it. A. J. Rust was yesterday commissioned po...

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. — 20 May 1885

ma?msmi''T3 " "JiMi'W rajsw' mmt jg WIPflSUB UvttVJJt' .L"!!J miMtQr!T& H23K-S' nnwiiimi rW-jigrsn Springfield Globe-Republic T1IT3 MVIIINGPIBLJ OT.OMS, I Volume V. Numbar lOfi. f SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1885. JTIIJ3 S?llIPrQ17,lJBIJf HHIIMMC I VolumXXXI. Number U. ppj-usjm IfVl OWEN BROTHERS Iuelloatlone. Wabiiihuton, Mar 20. Ohio Valley and Tennessee, local rains soil parllj- cloudy WMther; winds generally from' the east; lightly warmer. ALL SORTS. finch trousera and selling or trouaeta wai ncrcr known before. Qlobe Milla Uitsslmere, the finest this country produce, 5 per pair, a choice of patterns. Tbere are trousers enough in town, not this sort. Call thli sell lng of garments for less than the cloth ttat'a In them advertising, or anj other handy name, the fact are watting your coming. Kilt suits lor a dollar, boy's knee pant suits lor a dollar, men's pants for dollar, two more torts for a dollar, men's plaid suits $3.60, another high pile $5, and this ...

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. — 20 May 1885

BRH iflwaivattiPWmft-nVMManHiiRnH .WINW.F'Jg BwftffBBiffWyil ... GLOBE RfittjBLIO, WEDNESDAY 1BVENING, MAY 20 1888. Amm 1 j sr- x B?ft 4 M u m as H frt' $335 a Iffl! iMsffl ra E M -?)- KS 1 I -.. rft.' I Wf 1 1 $ '-I VJ5 5 I LOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV '.INNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. l.OBEREPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor, Walnut Alley, TKnMS' Vly erfitlon, per year, illy edition, per wees. $7.50 15 centi. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, On -1 DOIiliAFJ A tBAI. anlcatlom should be addreised to KINNEY NICHOLS A CO., prtnan.ld, Ohio. NUTICK TO KAhTKKN AsJVKRTISElM. Mb. H, C. 8xf dkb, 53 Trk Kow, New York, la the Ulobe-IUfcblic's special reprcfeotatlre, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. WEOAESDAT EVEN IX a, MAY 13. i iik oi.uiit-imvvJtLiv asd tub lttCrVIILlUAf STA.1U COX. runt jos. Mornlnc rs.id Keening; Killtlona. Wo call tho nttention ol our business men to tho luct thnt we shall issue...

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. — 20 May 1885

T'X'llXiiXmrexsaamiaimnc-im lli niiiiiiwmininiiiiiniiiif aaUMaiafl GLOBS BEFUBLIO. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 20 HHti i 4 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Xnlly XMltton. UAll.V WBAtHHm HMIOItl THIS LOCALITT, AS HWXimDID IT 4. DDII, axratui.t: ro rat nt.oiiB-earoir.rc. May 111 6 JO a. m... I 'm a. m JiJOp, in ,. 1 HO n, tn ... i- n n, ' rtiiia M1 N K 711" N 7 8 K 01" N W RH 8 K Fair I loaf llary Cloudy llaiy Moan (i.iit luff IB", lutpertur i uuii data la IMI, 5 above. Temperature ol aun dite lu Mas. 17" ab.ivo, itu lu inns, i,7" atuvo, TAinperatu perature ol aaon eU' In 1" '. ! ahovn term. Amount of rain, .nolof anlnth, in i- CITY MATTERS. ,Mra. K. (lilmoi.r enters denial to the Statement that ilie Indulged In n figbt wllb Mm. Vanuoy Saturday night. The Springfield Cadet Bind wilt fumlili the ramie lor the futlval tonlvlit (Wednes day) lit Allen' Flail on West Main street. The lllcyclc Club met last night bat did not completo their programme lor the corrlng State meet of wheelmen. Tbey meet lor this purp...

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. — 20 May 1885

BWarWiMiiWWWNfl-S iwmu muimt i wifaiwHWrtiiWwiifc nA m& m i'wwmmh ftum(wiW awwvaw H Mr 11 CITY MATTERS. I B9&G1MmVtlBWomtmmwaMM GLOBE REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 188B 3p3 No nrreiis Inst night. m I I &f rf.W 1 3 1 W. S. HiifTram li In Columbus tdlny on business. Mrs. McLaughlin put up $G0 Dull for her appearance Friday lor trial lor keeping her sloon open on Sunday. Ulaa Kmm Dyer and Mrs. V. S. Slucken beriTi who have been visiting In Springfield, loll today lor Cincinnati. Among the lourth claw postmasters com mtssioacd yesle.day was Thomas J Mrrandn, New Carlisle, Clark county, Ohio. Joseph Hawkins, a prominent and highly respectable young citizen ol Harmony town ship, is if ported lying very ill at his home. The Pleasant township assessor made bis final report today to the county auditor. To til personalty, $252,970, against $28,2C0 Ust year, u (ailing off of $45,290. The country to the north and west ot us enjoyed a good shower last evening, but only one one...

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