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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 21 May 1885

CTWKWMaswrwMfimtgaagi :., ra,-.jr-JJta Springfield GLobe.RKpttBt ,,n Bi- ' '1'IIM WlllI7VOKI.Mr.f Ol.OIsId, " w - & w- SPRINGFIEU), OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1885. OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Wariiimitmi, Mar ill. Ohio Valley and TenntMoe, local rains and patlljr cloudy weather, proceeded In Ohio Valley by Mr weather; east to south winds; slightly warmer. ' lluslncss suits to measure $'20 to $30. Dress suits $27 to $35. $10 and $11 trousers for $7 and $7.50, selections Irom samples. This week lor fine dress pantaloons all ready to put on, $5 ; pantaloons that hare the custom ilinpo and look, and feel; panta loons you'll not feel asbamed to wear. This week for boy's knee pant suits, $1. This week for smaller boy's kilt suits, $1. This week lor dollar 50 pantaloons for a dollar. This week for $8 and $10 suits In men's sizes for $5. This week for men's plaid suits for $3.50. This warm week for underwear selections, 30c for 20c, 40c lor 25c, 50c for 35c, 75c for 50c, c. Jean dr...

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. — 21 May 1885

If' EBSBSBBSStSl tA mmmuo, thuhipxy Brwraro, may si ibbb. dMaVMMMMMMMMMMMMJMMMMJMMMMMMJRMMMMMMMMf!MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMJMM "WWVHIIiilHmHI mTmmTmm1mmTmmTmmwmmTmmPMmTmmTmmTmmT 9B a I ff 1 B if i4 1 .. : K i . . 'fl lim W,fi U &?i -QWl LOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IY UfflNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WE.THIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TEIIMSI sly edition, per year, ' tlly edition, per week, $7.50 li centt. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Eve7 Thursday Morning, Ow -1 DOIjIiAH A EA. uncaticns should bo addressed to KINNEY NICHOLS L CO., Springfield, Ohio. NOTlCi: TO KAMTKKM AWVKllTISKIlS. Mr. H. C. Hnypkr, 23 Park Kow( New York.ta the OLOBa-UKPCBLlts apecUl repmenUtlTe, to whom all Eastern adtertlalrif, business, must be rf f erred. THURSDAY EVESIXG, HAY 21. 1HB OLOnt'HKVVJlLIC AN1 tub KKPVULIVAN STAlE COS VKsrioy. Morning mid Kvenlntf IMlttoiii. S'o call the uttention ol our business men to the (act that we shall issue bot...

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. — 21 May 1885

MfMtivMVtfhbM -: GLOBE -REPUBLIC. ,' Dully Xjaittou. ro TIIIt.Ort,lrY, ASKK00HD1D V J. DIOIT) KipiKiii.T roa Tiiimt.onit-Hitrurit.ic. May 20 iraA it i .viiid F 8 E " in" h k 8J" N K 7V n i: f.O N K 6 do u, in.,, lu-90 a. m 2lMp, in,... 080 p. lu.... Fair 'leaf Fjlr Fair Fair Mean U-ini-rilurn 71. Ieuit.ralure i Same datum I KM, 6.1 above. Temperature of "me date In IH88, Mi9 above. Temperature at same dale In '111', 7J1 shore aero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. John J. (Iltssncr, Is In (bo ell;. Mr. Samuel lllack ol .intsvlllc, li In Ibo city (or a few days. Thomas !'. MtOretv and wile went to Cin cinnati tbia morning, J. T. Iloivlcy, traveling auditor of tho P., G. & Ht. L.( was In the city today. Alexander McDnnlel waa arrested yesterday afternoon tor using profane language. 0. D. Noiirse, of Mast, Foos & Co., Is In Kataska, Mich., In the Interests of the firm. Mr. and Mrs. John Dean, and Miss Nettle, hare returned from California to thin city. E. A. Morgan, n local newspaper man, lef...

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. — 21 May 1885

K-;at3WM,Ir .naaM.J- ---- '"' l',,l"'MI"i'M"''WWWWIWIWWrtWH GL0B3B BttPtTBUg THUBSDAY ETEKPTQ, MAT 21, 1BBS CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS: ANDREWS, WISE 4 PUTNAM- Mr i. Oicar Martin went to Cincinnati Ibis morning, J. II, Vouch, traveling freight agent ol the 0., M. A St. l'.,lsln town. The Old World (Jem (Jj. arrived tbla noon and la quartered at Ibe Arcade. SLIPPERS Eft tf ? . I)nlI llackenberg pleaded guilty tbla morning to keeping a (eroclous dog and paid $1 and cosu. Deacon Thoroaa Tracy, of Windsor, Mo., la visiting relatives In tbu cityamong them tbe NkbuUeaand Uolfords. FOR rD?enei?&ofithe me8 and wlM 8eM everything for tha HiUSEKEEP nliBDclI a.t,a PrJC8 : before heard of. FURNITURE, all kinds. ?A1PJlT8, J?" 9rad.e V styles. QUEEN8WARE, very fine. STOVES, to cook er heat. And have not forgotten the Bablee and Mothers In TORS 8 8P a"d Pr6tty CARR,ABE- The be8t REFRIGERA- Studebaker Farm Wagons at Cost. aaMRtj !flHHUKlHUHHIHHTHHIIIiHHH9IBHHIBSHKHIIHHHHHIHHH9HHHVrHBMCK3L ...

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. — 22 May 1885

itoiw wmm04 Springfield Globe -Republic y TIIK HPIUNOFIIDI.U OMUE, t Volurao V. Number 1. f SPBmGFIEUD, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 22 1885. I TUJB MPltlTfOPlELO HEPtTIH.IC TolumtUZI. Number 1U1. 1 OWEN BROTHERS Indications, WAmiiHfiToie, Mn JJ. Oblo Valley nnd Tenor'sec, local rnlna sna partly cloudy weather, TarUble winds, stationary tempera turc. There It a drop oi thirty per cent In the price of Globe Mill One casstmere pants. Inltead of iO.SO aud $7, the rery choicest are to be had (or $5. Nobjdy else In town leema to hare thcra, too fine. Besides thli large line wo are showing fresh trom onr fac tory handsome halrltno stripes In light shades at $3; another line $4. GO; still another $2.50. It is through our superior manufacturing ad ran tag es that pantaloons are kept within reach of the most economical buyers. Tourist plaited blouses are going In one, two, three order. Not eveiy size to be had to-day but new lines are on the way. Our great COc straw hat sale simply Illus trates...

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. — 22 May 1885

GLOBE tEFtTBLlb.!FRrDA"y EYBtrmQ, IVtA? 22 1888. m. ft.. JLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. I OBE-REPUBLIC BUILDINO, WEST HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKUMBl si ty edition, par year, .... $7.50 J'y edition, per week, . . . IScenU. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET) Issued Every Thursday Morning, On '! DOIiUAf? A T HAh. ..: ni, un'CJtiorii should be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS &. CO., prlnglleld, Okie. NUTIOK TO KASTKUN AI1VKUTISKBS. Mr. II. 0, Bnydicb, 23 l'ark ltow, New York, la the (ItorK-Itm-f blic's special reprwenlatlve, to whom all Eaatem advertising business, mutt be referred. Flit DA F EVENING, MA 1 22. tllK IILOIIt'RKl-UHLIO AS1 Tlllf Itil'VllClVAN STArJi COf- VBNTION. MurnliijI null Kvenliie Eilltlnna. Wo call the attention of our business tnen to" the lact that wo shall issue both morning and evening editions of the Gi.oiik-Ukpuri.ic on tho 11th and 12th of June, with lull reports of the Slate Repub lican Conv...

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. — 22 May 1885

JLimmmmm4lM 'M r arc rtamv -t-x --taJEE"? apTX 8155 MlPPBtIO, FKIDAY BVIBSma, MAT 22 lHBo. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully XJdltltm. DAtLt tturnrn mmioHt HOI THIS UHULtTV, ataauoaDSD it I. DIBIT, xrausLT mi tbr toisvnroBt.io. Hay 21, isaa lo-we. is ....... 3J0 p, m , SO p. nt.,.M,.., lOiSOn, 4 Itllttf 63" B" HO H K m H K 7' H K BO a K Fair Fair Mht hate II. sy Light haie ,1W iiwiurt 73', temperature tame date In ISM, r.D1 above. T"ipritif et an data in ISM, 31 above: a snow storm' T"pra tare of rim i. lu is , 03 above tero. CITY MATTERS. O. II. Knight left at midnight for Cleve land. The Wild West hand and orchestra are topping at the Arcnde. Good progress la now being made on the wigwam and it will be enclosed and floored by ihe laat of next week. h. I). Katon, the express driver, was re teased from the station-house yesterday on giving bond to appear today. Lecture ttilt evening at St. Paul M. K. church by Iter. W. A. Robinson, of Pitts burg, Pa. Subject! "Up the 8aut." Ad minion 16 rcntf. ...

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. — 22 May 1885

?fr"tt'T;'vt;3'''-.j vaKt3;?1twj.';,'aMiiiSw- si 'iiniiai n n iwnnwwiiM MWBiiMWrnBBBBBBMWBBwt TwWatniiMTaT'ir,aiiaTrii ( i GLOBE BEPUBLia FRIDAY EVENING, MAT 22, 188B CITY MATTERS, MIm Kiln Ilsker, daughter l Hbetlff Win. II. linker, has gone to Chlllicutho to vlalt Mrs' Mirklrjohn, ol that city. M.r. Klom (lonelier, formerly ot Spring Held, now ol Chicago, is fishing Mrs. I.. M. Doup, of South Factory street. J. F. McOrew, Esq., has opened a law oflice on the. second floor ot the old Republic build ing, Main street, and resumed practice. High school commencement this year will be at Waik's Onera House, Tuesdsy evening, June I). The dual examinations are now In progress in the graduating class. Deputy Sheriff A. J. Hiker went to Cin cinnati today for Webster, the Wearer hone thief, serving a sentence In the woik bouse there. Webster was Indicted by the grand jury last neck. The Norwalks plaicl the Sanduskys Wed nesday and were beaten 19 to 1. They could dd nothing with Frank Mitchel...

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. — 23 May 1885

ft Springfield Globe-Republic 'X'1113 HlMUNOFIBLIt OT,IIJiJ, Volume V. Number KiH SPlirNQFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1885. JTIITB HPU1NOPIELB UEITT It I.IO 1 Volume XXXI. Numbur lou. S" t- OWEN BROTHERS Imllciillnn. WahiiinutoJi, Mat 2.I. Ohio Valley nnd Tennessee, local rntni ittid purlljr cloudy weather, variable winds, stationary tempera ture. EVERYBODY liny clothing omfl's Irom 0en Drothera, the Manufacturers. Why? Because every profit hto oto la cut out between the manu facturer find the consumer. Because their atneka are the largest. Ilccauso they hare the largest nnd lightest atom rooms. llecause every nrtlclo la marked In plain figures and aold Invariably aa marked. Because. Seersucker coats and veals, our own make, our own prices. It nny dealer Bells for less, we'vo yet to know It. On May 1st, 1884, wo began selling scerauikcra for half tho usual going prices. Tho news spreaJ, and Increased till we fouud It impossible to sup ply the demand. We are at It again thi...

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. — 23 May 1885

.- .--mm,M.win , .IL,, .. ,., . -SSSZS "' .,1 V,,...!.,,.. luWuiiVl' ' -luwan,';;,, ,;,, 'j"'-""''"- V, GLOBE REFtTBLIO. SATURDAY EVENIJfG, MAT 23 188B. m M f. m i vft 5 . 1 J .o ) f VJ wJ . m m-m : -J I H -IS i iy I 0 ILOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED 1Y JftNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. I OBEREPUBUC BUILDINQ, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TISRMHI Vly edition, per year, .JIy edition, per week, $7.50 15 centi, Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, On : DouiiAf? fl Iba. on anicatlons should be addrened t. KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., prinjIUId, Ohio. NOTlCi: TO KA.STKIIN AUVKUT1SKK8. Mr. II. C. Snthkr, 23 l'ark Kow, New York, Is the )LoB-RiruiiLic' special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, mutt be referred. SA TUJIDA V EVENING. MA Y 23. Ill It OI.Olll-ltKJ-VHLIC AN1 TUB ItMUllLIVAN STATX CON VENTION. Morning ! Krenlag Ktlltloua. Wo call tlio ntteiition of our business men to the (net that we shall Issue bo...

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. — 23 May 1885

iiii'iwiTiiiin)ii'Miwia')an'miiiiiiimiiii,ii,UiM GLOBE REPUBLIC). SATURDAY fiVENTNG, MAT 23 188B, uWt-' I ! GLOBE -REPUBLIC. Unity XMltlon. ItAll.t H tint HI HBIUMt rOlTllltUW'lMTt, IS SaouaDSt) IT 1. DB01T, KiriauLT won Tin aLona-airoaLic. May 21, isea i tibd Wtni. 40a. iu . w S K "tuiii lu-TO a. m ...... ....., on' H K lUIn 2:) p. hi ...... -II' HW Fair JSO p. m ........ .... 731 NW Fair ln,Vn. GS H K Fair ' - "nmi u siiuuuut vi rainisii, 21.100 of nn Inch. reiupuiatur .ii daw in ieS4, 71' above. Temperature ol im date In lass. 3.1' abnrs. Temperature el same late In isav, G.V above aero. ,-........- -5 A . ... ,-,, CITY MATTERS. A. D. Hostermanaml wife started for Hloux City, la., this morning. James P. Trotter wr arrested last ulht lor using obscdne and profane language. Mrs. Uacpbner, housekeeper at the Arcade Hotel, went to Cincinnati ibis morning. Harry I'. llronson, ton ol 11. M. Branson, general ticket agent I., n. ft W. Hallway, Is In the city. An excursion party from Colu...

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. — 23 May 1885

' L" '" - ' -' '- in ii ii I, i .. -, --. .... . , . -, , , j, "l7liiMMWMB8 wgtfwwMtwuwnp MMMaiaiaihifcflhJfifi&ttwSapMfcwlwp GLOBE BEPTJBLIO. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1888 ( 1 ROUSE AND PARSONS: ANDREW8, WISE A PUTNAM. CITY MATTERS. Auditor 0. V. Berths l In Cincinnati to day assessing the Panhandle railroad for taxation. , WISE & SLIPPERS Mr. Thomas K, McUrew, Sen., Is a member ol tho Presbyterian Oeneral Assembly now In session In Cincinnati. . k ANDREWS PUTNAM PS j 3 K -i W.J it If' The cadet band will be In the procession Memorial Day, Saturday next. The band has made great advancement this this winter. The County Hjard of Agriculture Is In ses sion at their room today, revising the prem lum list lor the county lair this year. Soino advantageous changes ate to be made. Mr. John Phillips, of Yellow Springs, was here last night J a visitor at the Western en gine bouse. He wa9 gathering points on first-class fire departments and came to tho right place. Mr. CJoblcnti has ...

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. — 24 May 1885

mumammmmmmmm HI Sunday Globe -Republic Til H WlMtllNtJKI IC1,1 J.ftS, VolllMiii IV. N u III lr 17B. SPKHNGFIELD, OH'O, STJOTAY MORNING, MAY 24, 185. Till? Hl'niJJOPIELK llI31UHl.IO volume XXX. Number urn. $& m W" s- I OWEN BflOTHERS IlicllertlloilS. Wasiiinutov, Mar 2. 1. Ohio Viilley unci Torincuce, 1(k1 rains and ianly cloiidv weather, TurUIle, -Imlfl, sta'lonntjr tempera ture. UNINTERESTING Column, unless you pirtlcuhrly fnvor economy buying, buying spring and summer raiments from first hands direct, thereby sav ing the many unnrccssary profits between producer and eonnimer. Clothing and the necessary belongings adapted lo the require ments ol jour bin! nes, your profession, to order or ready made. More than our usual showing In fine suits for young men are made and here. A hun dred qiialltloi lor choice. Handsome plaids, cork'crews, diagonal i, chocks and mixtures. For $3 50 wo sell tolerably good looking, good trimmings and good sewing In men', sack lulu. For $5 we, si It I...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 24 May 1885

mm "'" ' T t I'll 1 1 M 1 1 MMwrfllHililufiIliJ.i'WorjHuiijM fcfxiMM-jswjiBifmumjL.imHtutii pMMMMMIMMMHi ii uiMiuMtmiBnimmmm0i THE GLOBE KEFUBUO, SUNDAY MOBNUTQ, MAY 84 -MB S II C'S 'I (v J i '.:t iv rf i$ . i l$ 0 j,. M - 1 ir T .'.? i tf . ?.. n im m wk. m kJo1 wm &3 tw& tt Li m i &JJ l& . SHORT TAMCH WITH HOVM. "I nm n fnrnicr'd son nnd nm not sntlslicd with my surroundings." This paragraph or a portion of It li cortnin to bo foimtl in four out of every five letters received from tho country, mill It Is n iiiiiltor which should bo Iti vestlgaled. Our statesmen nml jour nalists nml philanthropist :iru continu ally praising iigrlctiltiini as a vocation, mnl tho Idea Hint tho fiu-mur is Inde pendent nml hanpy prevails In ovory story of rural lift1. Whnt bus dissntlsllod farmer's sons? Why Is It thnt .so ninny of thorn want to loavo tho fiirm for "nny work that will bring them n HvingP In most casus tho troublo will bo founil with tho farmer Instead of his son. It Is ...

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. — 24 May 1885

?.?!??? '?IS'1'P' lilWgPtlJPlJqJl-jmWMJJ"-i t-A 'VWJ A- stinri THIS GLOBE RBFUBIita fltnSTPAT MOR3fTDirQ, MAY 24 1885 ragai 1- '! a.A h - r A FAMILY AffAIR, fir n villi voit ir At, Author vf "Gilt'tW )laek" ami "Dark Dayi.' tillAl'TKt. VII. GosTisusi.. Mr. llonllo, who v.ai iinnl.lo to reo that l.lr ordination vows tlclsirnsl lilm from uslsi, surhncmivtnicntvchirlnfiirgottlii;! from tint end of tlio imrltJi tu nnotlicr, did n bold I blng Knowing Hint tho bishop was staying nt n country houso Homo twonty-flvo mlicd away, hcHhrow himself enrly ono morning Into the snddloorthoseot,and used his nether llmbr tosuchpurpom that Ju before luuch time lib cord ss ns tn-nt lu to bis lordship, ond In tm minutes tho bishop was gravely inspecting what Mrs. Plorreont, when speaking to her friends, calludn diabolical taachino. For some minutes the bishop stood on the doorsteps, wclglilng tho Innocence or guilt of tho Inanimate crenturo at his feet, Bylvanus tlio whlla pleading it cnuso With hhusunl...

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. — 24 May 1885

Pi , j THE GUOBE KEFUBUO. SOTSTDAY MORttES'G, MAY -BIGfiT PAGE 1 n Wmfo', BM' r FSUf(' I 111 ' Ml ' w m EpmQH III 1IJ Pi Ml cftl a H & $ m m m m 3 w JfiX IS$ $3 I & h In' ft mi fuju-DFDnmTf! Publlihod Every Sunday Morning '.!BE-HEPUBL1C BUILDING. WEST HIGH STX i'wo Itollnrn itf Your, I'lvo OoiilK l'ur Copy. wtred by Carrier to Any Vart of Ihi C. AdJtcss 11 Communications to th NITN1IAY ULOnE-IlEl'UMilC, Springfield, O, MA'JM V MOHMMI JI.ll" i'l, !.?. It All. k UBITllKK KKVOUX VO THIS LOCIUTV, AS KKCURDID BT J. DeOBT, KXrRlUSI.T WO TM IILOBR-RErOBLIC. Mir -' leiu Wind ' f.2" S K ...... !' 8 K .. T6 H W ,. 73' N W GG SB C 0a. in,. 10'TOi. m . J:,M p. ia sop. m.. in-TO n. in llaln 111 n Fair Fair Fair (An temperature G7. Amount of rainfall, 24-100 of nn Inch. Temperature u. ilatoln IBM, 7S' above. Temperature of ut due In 1M, 3.1 above. Teiupcraturc of lane date Iti 133?, G3 above zero. REPUBLICAN OHIO ItKrUBLICAH COMMITtKK IlOOKS, 1 Columbus, Mar -I, IsM. i 1 he Republican Sta...

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. — 24 May 1885

ttfcfc &U&fctt JftfefrtlJBIJta tUWbiLY MORNING, MAY 24, 1885.-.-EIGHT FAGBS. t RAMBLERS NOTE BOOK. BOMK HTItAY HIIKArita MOM TltK HKKK'H IIAHVI.HT OF NHWH, (lathered liy a Journalistic Ulsnner, nnl Iiislieil Up far the llxnnflt of the (llobe IteptiMUi Iteaders-iMnalrnl, Hoolal, Po litical nml Artlstlo Notes The Kxortns to tho ireat-Tlin' Nalart Queen K. licmrenls-HprliiRuelil rioncera In Kan-aa-A MiiolLlnu'a Vreak-ttoteat A few weeks bro, half this cltjr seemed bent on jroliiR to Kansas, Nebraska or Teiaa. Colonies were fornicil, atid regularly organ licil with olilccrs, by-laws, e(c. Weekly meet Ings wcro htlil.ln which the project ol taking a colony to the West, was discussed In all Its bonrlnjrs. la-clurea.wtte given, lani agents communicated with, find full plana made for laying out a pioneer town In the wilderness. Night nflcr night iho projectors of the colony met nnd dlscuaacd tho question, until they had tho wholo BlTalr planned with the great est exactness., tong an...

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. — 24 May 1885

j ggyprjggiMMggyggar T ,7 "-- m , j tJPJ'JjMtr' I 1,1, .y,,.,,., , rcsr" ";2 THE GLOBE RKPTJBUO. SUITOAY MOKHTrTQ, MAT ,24 8SS - -. ip iii.ii mi 1 1 r uMt'JAJ Jg MwMsyBMfc r..W Bl 3 ; i V1 ' 1 V. ! 1 ft K it N i- 'it .'& 1 3: 'm ?.Wi m r.t vm m (&$ rM lB 8s Jffil $9 jS3 i a i The fltnlnn Ploluro, Oontl hr, rfil mouth unit lovuly painteit iwcs. w herein IIhto IIm , ... , , .. Tho wnrinth ot pnsslon of Into summer skit I OihhI-Iiv, lirnitn hnlr, tlirlllctl thmuith with Ami hnn.ls IIik n vrr yc t lay In man s hol.t! Onotl by tin- stalrl)- prrst ncu nnil the itrace, 'I ho prowl, pain fiiiv, , , , The Inr-titr smile Just tolcrntliiif prnlsot IIimhI by to nil I hut 1 hilt o lot el so well My ijiit en, my liuly nf lot o InelTnblol llnw tlld I Inuoh to hour men prnto of you, When llmt they knew .... ., , Tlintjtiii nuo strangely vanished from tneir l-w I ..... Itnt not forever, for t, or tit nth, return litis innrvel for which tloml tjts can not yrarn, . ...... Oh, thusn long summer...

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. — 24 May 1885

to 1 CONTENTMENT. (fcuiww KloM In Mileage rtewtl One on a tlmo an old rod lien ctaeKUlUBB ,rm,nJ Wlth PmP For alio bad llttls babln ton, A part of which woro tiny duck. mi I7 !'nra, ll.nt '""" W sho, "Havo baby duck ns woll as cblckt Hut I Iom, as you can boo. Of chicken four and duckling sUpi A season later, this old lion Appeared, still cackling of her luck. tor, though sbo Imamed bablos ton. mSi-V"?! ?"!"" l,,om w n'lurkl tiVIu.V " '? '"""nurnd, brooding o'er Tho littlo chick of noooy down- "My bullion niw will stay ashore. And, con oquontly, cannot drownl" Tho following mrlng tho old rod lion i, . . . . J'! l "' proudly as of yore Hut In I her halms wero duckling ton. ,l!,"1,0'1:1. "' cl-lckuni, M before! "'TIs hotter," iinld tho old rod holt, aAi"".i'0 KUr.v.V," lior waddling broods A littlo wntct now nnd thon Will surely do my ilurling goodt" Hut oh I nln, linw vary nail I Whon gouthi spring rcillod 'round again Tho eggs m unluntoiflia I, And clnldlos mi tho old rod honl Yet p...

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. — 24 May 1885

sMffifsasKSii; """Tiniiimw i ih intwin. ii " 1 1 1 1 1 i iT " -" TKSJKJKfKTlrrKsKK3&iKIM t mi GLOBE REPUBUCySUJUJAY KORHUfG, MAY 24, lbB--EIGHT PAQB8. , . " -i j. . -i I ANDREWS. WIRE A. PUTNAM ffx m raM g&j- m m 4' rt ' 3 m.f T -r 1 Z1 ii HU' j. w- : M Jf '1 iijii $$ I m i ;. TIihiW'IIcI Wet Company lift lsl evening for Marlon, 0, vthern llier show lur two data, Hnirjr 1'. llmnson, roil ul II, M, Itrnnrpn, penerjl ticket icnl 1,, 11. A W, Railway, la In the elty, Mr. Walnr (lllnon, ol the, Cincinnati livening Telegram, la In tlm city, spending Suntliiy nt home. Put Cooney was fined In Saturdays May or'a Com I $40 and I'oaia tor violating thr Sunday nntlmtticn. Mr. Hnmuil llrHsh, the popular I., II. & W. romluctor on llio main line, is spending Sun day In tlio city with friends. Kliltr J. N. KatilTmsn and Misi Anna Wat son left tills morning to attend tlie annual in oo lint; of H" Wunkatds nt Mexico, l'a. Mr. Clinton K. Repp, wife HnJ son, Walter, ol Imlinnpoll, wilt apc...

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