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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 25 May 1885

jytv i flMKy Springfield Globe -Republic T1II3 Hl'llINOFIBLI aiiUB, I Volume V. Number 11M. f SPKENGFIELD, OfflO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1885. I Til IB MPUINOFIBLO IlKIM' Hi.ICJ 1 VolumaXXXI. Number lo:i. " OWEN BROTHERS Indications. W.W'imiTos, Mftf 26. Ohio Valley Mid Tenn'csicc, clcnrliie And Mr weather, south west (o northwest winds, stationary tempera ture, except in extreme southwestern portion, lightly cooler. People who know about all sorts ef clothing may skip to day. The weather Is certainly sug gestive of thluer, cooler veiturei. Ample provision having been made for juat this sort of weath er, we are prepared beyond the ability of another competing house, to furnish every hot weath er requisite in the way of mascu line wearing apparel, fiom the small child to the grown man, at prices but one profit above lowest cost 'to manufacture. Seersucker coats and vests are here and being freely distributed among those who are posted with regard to where such garment are sold for t...

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. — 25 May 1885

HIIWm.MH.iMMHMIIMllUlllllWjlllH)lIMl ' nr' tWarssejMSlse'flW'ew A.MrHMl M- ! vvtxMnnanaiKxrajumm .n ' "Vifei JHB yn"i'i"i"Wjtv'wn,wy7;w'jwii mm OLOBB HEPtrLtO. MONDAY EVISNWd, MAT 28, 1888 fCSSi ll"l IMlS(illain a I .... I 1 lW &i ic 1 X . .. va ) JsV- 'SK? iLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IY ON-lEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. tOBC-REPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. T1C1XMBI a'ly edition, per yer, iHy edition, per week, $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, OlM ! DOIi-Ah A tfEAi;. anlcitlons should be iddressed te KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., Springfield, Ohio. NOTICK TO KASTKBN AUVKBXISKIsS. Mr. II. C. Simian, 23 Tark ltow, New York, Is the Olob-Rkpublic8 special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. MONDAY EVEN IN 0. MAY 25. 1IIK ULOIlK-ltUVVIILtO AUD THX UKfVttt.lVAN STATU COS- rBNTION. Morning ami Kvonlng Kdltlone. Wo cull the nttontion of our business me...

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. — 25 May 1885

SflH !!11W I r OLOBB ItEFUlgJO, MOMPAY' EYEHTJTO. MAT 2B 1885. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Wivlly Edition. (MII.I HHATIIKR HMtOHt SOU THIS UH'tLITI, It HKDIDIU BT t. DIUIT, im vol Tin oLoaa-airuiMO. May 21, lenA 8 .tfl A, In... .. . lu"K) a. u .. .... ... l:Mp. in .., 0 30 p. 10... ..., W nuttier. 'vTt Knlr Fair l.t lUIn l.t lUIn Mean temperature 7i'. Amount of rainfall, 28-100 of nn Inch, reinperaturo si eame daw in laM, 67 above. Temperature ol lain dale In IMS, 01 aboro. Light front. Tfvnperi lore of aatnMits id ItulV, 60" above aero. A front morning. CITY MATTERS. (Jharlrs Hostcnmi derly coniluct. was run In fur elisor. Hiss Fanny Frey, ol Dayton, Is visiting Miss Florence Peat, 24 South Fnctory. James Mehan was arrested last night for disturbing the Salvntlon Artny meeting. The wile of Dr. Strawslmrg, of North Hampton, this county, died Sunday morning, after a short Illness. Mr. "W. D. 1'rlngle nnd wife, the venerable father nnd mother ol Hon. T. J. I'ringle, pent the Sabbath with him nt h...

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. — 25 May 1885

irW".v.JirwBB.riBEWt;etjkAu iuMk., mmnMmmnm'tnMiUiiSliiZJ!i!Si Lt-" tMM9awammxMoufmejmanMtv i i'm; r" QLOBBRBPtTBLia MONDAY EVENING, 'MAY 2B 188B. ..-ui.m.i. jiuwiii i mi,,,,,, , ,mtmmmmmmmmMimt I '. I m CITY MATTERS. J. A. linker, of Ilia I , II. A W , Is In town. 0. 0. Taylor and wife lelt for Now Yoik, llils morning. A union time card giving corrected time of arrival nnd departure ol all our trains will be out and ready for distribution tins alternoon. Delegates tu the Grand Lodge, Knights of Pythias, begin arriving tonight for the ses sions commencing tomorrow and continuing two days. Chas. Mugerwas too drunk to walk and so sprawled across the pavement on West North street, giving the patiol wagon n run this forenoon. Officer Grolt arrested him. At tho last stated conclave ol Palestine Commandery No. 33, K. T., It was arranged to bold a special Ttldsy evening, June 5, lo confer the Med Cross dcgrie on scveial postu lants elected lo rtcclvc it. Kdgar Hartley died last nlnht at ei...

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. — 26 May 1885

'ustw&wc Irassssssssfl o wmmsz j tiiUvmmMf . ' ' "V ' mmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmKifmmmmtmmm iwuwiinwwiijiiu,ujijiwmwmiiiiiwmiw )Y Sprinofield Volume V. Number Jloo. ' f Globe -Republic OWEN BROTHERS Indications. VA8iriNOTos, May 30. Ohio Vnllejr sod Tennessee, clearing' and lair wcatbtr, ioutJi. ,wfti, 10 northwest windt, stationary tempera tare, except id extreme southwestern portion, slightly cooler. .. .i " ' "I At. . - I AMERICAN J SPBINGFIEU), OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1885. I voiumt XXXI. Number lo-l. Ten thousand Pique, Lawn and Cambric Tics lor gentlemen, In Hat scarfs, bowl, string ties. PutTi and dude shapes. Plaids, checks, ban, spots and doll. Yon get a no tion from west window exhibit. Wide differ r encea are niado In comparison with our last year's prices. II you want a tie, little or big, long or short, One or coarse, we do not Intend that anybody anywhere shall supply you so well oa we. Where else bnt here do you And a whole dozen white ties put up In" first-cl...

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. — 26 May 1885

. ,Mt'a',w'ewaiawawsswawasweawfli ' ' '' ' ' "" m'"i" ii ... , , , r......r. rutinfnTtnniTiiiMi tjJMJSUKttKKKKSftKIKKBKKKtKtKtKltKMKIKIIKSlKKtKKKfi 4 1 BLOBS BBPtTBliti. TVEBDXY.s&rWmmXQ, MAY 26. 1&B5 i 'ft i , ru tj. :Y J ff h ;) 1 v! ) .iff V s m Vjt. '! !. .A 1 5v tf $ r I? w " r) t .ra il. ( i l'jfl IV'fcMrt -Mffi u$a NBB lS& ft 08 i 88 a m I Sv IJjftS f! !" m w us? 8 Jw Ift Hi it. Fit I M. in t S3 ' . &V i - .' " -'- &. y $. K.V-- .. ILOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED iV 'JNKEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. I QBE-REPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WEST HIQH IT. Cor. Wnlnut Alley. TKUMHl ly edition, per year, dly edition per week. $7.50 15 tMtl. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, On i DOULAr A fBAVy .1' -ii anicttlonj should bt addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS A CO., Spriaga.ld, Ohio. NOTICE TO KASTK11N ADVERTISERS. Ml. II. & 8nyd, 23 ruk Kow, New York, Is the GLoBX-BxruBLiu's special representative, to whom U Extern advert...

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. — 26 May 1885

Wm Wmmmfmmmmmmmm V mwwwwmnwlmwiii mtmii'rmmHfii?m i . 7 &L6B1 JtittTTBLId. ItHSSDAt CVINIKG, SCAT 26 i8tv T GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally XMttlon. UAII ma HUM ttmtout wo this torAirar, as imoboid it . Dinar , iranssLv ros ran aioas-aarDSLto. I Vlbd 64 B1-" 74' 8 W 78 HW 72" HW 6J 8 W 6 .10 a. tn. K'lOa. m HM ., 2tJ0 p. m mi SO p, a m.. liS, " Cloudy Fair Fair Fair Fair itu u iirttnr 70, reuiperaturn i I a.Ula IS84, 07' above. Temperature of srn dite lu Inns til" abive. Temperature el earns d' in NS ,M" above nn. Full moon i n the I8th, 8b. 47m., evr nlng. no a it it or mnWAtius. Teachers' lleport K.tlmate of Expenses for theCotnlnuj Year Iteporta ot Cum tnltteea Klentlnn of Teach ere Micell aneuua Ilimneaa. Hoard of IvJiiCfiUon met Monday night Inreg alar session, President Ilurni preilding. Ab sent Bell. Minutes were read and ilgned. Iljr Supt. White 0)tnolldated report of teacher. Kurollments 3757; boys 1823, girl 1034 ; average dallj membership 3605,9; arerage attendance 428. 8; numb...

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. — 26 May 1885

,."?iCTrs"sw "o'vrjftiwftK'w "wmn't. nw hi ii i intra; aw? wiiV nn iintTOaiviKayicHwwiiiMiiiiiiiu,i..M.,,wiwiinii ,?3VFwT" " MfciMJWCIWIWM1IMlHW .'j, -'afTi,, . GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENIHG, MAT 16 188B. (!rf t, f"1KT"f ' ""' f ;. Ir as i. Hii . ISSS km i& IS S5 S ' Mi . K l- 1' MS as m m irh . j 1 ft iwii I, .. v I a .. :i fw l lit-, Si? K ' ; CITY MATTERS. Howard Douglas, Supreme Vice Chancellor of the world, Knlghta ol PjtuUs, la In at tendance nt (he Uracd Lodge, Knight jl Pythias, fn tlila city Justus II. Ilathbone, I'aat .Supreme Chan cellor, founder of the order of Knlghta of fylhtaa ol the world, will arrlre tn.thta city at 6:46 p. m. today, an honored gueit of the Grand Lodge of Ohio, now aaaembled In thla city. Sexton Emerson, ol St. Paul Church, Is keeping the lawn In capital order. Ltgglna pleaded gnllty of petit larceny, In court today, and was sentenced to jail for 30 days. Miss Mary J. Clokey has gone to Colum bus to spend a lew weeks with her mother, at the Sh...

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. — 27 May 1885

"" ""' mnnaiiimi i mimummn mi mi 11 ....,..,-,..,... ,.,.J....,."g . ".... -,-y. irTrrrTiwwnawffWwriiiwwr irnrTTTTfr-nfTf f Springrield CjLqbe -Republic 'run HiniNOFiBi.i oT.oma, Votumn V. Number Still. SPltmaIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 27, 1885. f ITIIJ SPUING FIX L.U rtElMTIM.IO I Volum XXXI. Number ion. OWEN BROTHERS Indication.. ' Waiiicitoh, May 27. Ohio Valley unit Tennessee, clearing and fair weather, south west to northwest winds, stationary tempera ture, except in extreme southwestern portion, tightly cooler. The weeks and month are lull of attrac tion) here. Hardly a day pastel without lome new newsy news about clothing or furnishing goods develops. Markdowns hare become so common ol late that we often nil 81 speaking of the things that might Inter est you most. There are so many good things In youth's sack suits that ought to command attention. For example, lot 7345, black worsted, cle celrlng mixture ol cotton and wool, cotton predominant, $8 per suit. Lot 4440, y...

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. — 27 May 1885

sSBSnwanwwss. rjgiiaatiim-aumsmfs GLOBS RIPTTBUO. WEDNESDAY atrtmr. MAT .7. 1916 ar WSIWWl'rsTmTW 1 iiiiiimnnunjMn. ' ' ' "" '.'" '.' " ". " ". ' " ' ..tt!- -, . '. . .:.-i-z:---i3rmmmn'jiiiHmmmmmmmimmimimiLB:aLa J yS il it sm ll ." tv tl t 'i ftli i'L i VM li V ' - 'I : '; o Jl(v, rVst A w w rKr 'A aj m s en m WW I vv-, fflffl xf!ti m w& m- if rasa W&t I! m m urn Mr j;x. L?l ! Iti!39 t I "! I s Tfc VU fii m a ?r. ,1 St I LOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IY (JNNEY, NICHOLS & 00., PROPRIETORS. ORE-REPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WEST HIQH T. Cor. Walnut Alley. TISUMBl n ty edition, per Year, 1 illy edition, per week, $7.10 1 5 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET) Issued Every Thursday Morning, On -1 DOliliAr A yEAq. 1.! )! un'cationi should be addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS i CO., priagleld, Okie. NOTICr. TO KASTEllM ADVKKTISF.IW. Mr. II. 0. Human, 23 1'ark How, New York, is the Giobk-K-.-ublic's special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising buslnea, mu...

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. — 27 May 1885

HV4HBffliUV an IIIiiii. .tlil.Wi.M W'l'll'.)il'Mlllll)IMWWWfyWWW flLBBf RIFPBLIO. WEDKTMDJfcT. JCYMM3rOMAT 87 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. ! J3d.tj.on. OAII.tr WM4THmnMMhtJiT roiTHULOCAUTr, AS aaconDltJ IT I. DIBIT, UrilUU r01THLOl-IFUlLt0. May ai BBS. i( iiud Weather, e.., i,i... " "" rir to-) a. m ' HE Fair 3ip. m no" MW Fair 'Mp.m , ;r NW ' I. Hire IQHOp.io m NW l,t. II re turn i.nxrturi' . reuiperalure date In ls4, 62' abuT, Temperature ct data In 1883 bV adore. Ten aerature ol iat In Inn , 01 abort aero. same CITY MATTERS. J. P. Cook left, tbli morning, for Haiti- more. Martin Qrnhnm has gone to Nellgh City, Nebraska. Miss Haltlc Bushnellleltyestertlay morning (or Oberlin. A. 0. DUnclic, ngent (or Lord's Tragedy Company, ia In the city. Miu Nellie Jobnston left for I'oughkeepsle, New York, yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Vena, ol Adatns, iMus., tbe great manufacturing town, are-rlalting their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Fried, on South Limestone. Officer Dare Croft hit) been added to...

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. — 27 May 1885

ij'"' -' vTIWB f I? f "71P1I mWm ff"8 l iillliipWJWWWW IWM u-a. lnft wwnmiMM -aateiiiixaAtwiK iii't 'nT-i-runn IWli ''fl II OLOBX fOnPUBUO. WEDNESDAY CVJESTIKO, MAT 2T IMS. IMJW M. !! ,, -,, . tt"v r.jjiWsi WW ? 4 V' .' i. ijj "Ji :f v i AS E'lft .'DlTI P J J ir B llv. l.ttVrt IXSM r ;i''2 7 l&k W rsfi l..i7W r -i. rs SS9 SB a 185 as ia I t'WJ. . 1 Ka I 'hu M SSR &J ra t i&$ Vft' $ !. ;4 J i5 kt-f vi It 0' ? CITY MATTERS. K. M. Heeds, ol Ann Arbor, Mlclilgaa, will visit Hprlagfleltl omc lime Ihli week. Ore. II. Knight's flno singing canary es caped Irom In inge this morning. Oeorge turned blr.l-cnlc.bcr lor a lime. All over llie illy llili morning were found posted printed slips reading! "A Strike1 Mechanic and leb.rers; stay away from Fort Wayne, Ind., where there It a strike." Judge Miller seemed a little better last nlrht. alvlnir more hope In his case. This morning he was about the same as last night, his entire left sldo being still aff ected. The delegation of Germ...

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. — 28 May 1885

MtggiPHfcj;flir Springfield GlObe-Republic i II '1'iiJii MPitiNOFtiDLi oi.onm, I Volumo V. Numbn aoa. f SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1885. ITII mPMTf ay txnn nioi'u ht,ic? 1 Volum XXXI. numoor iuu OWEN BROTHERS I t Indications. Wasiiiwitok, May 28. Ohio Valley and Tfonessee, locil ruins and partly clouilr weather, vnrlablo winds, generally from eatt; stationary temperature. Lower lake region, fair weather, easterly winds, stationary tem perature. Two days Isn't any more than time enough to think about, shop about, and buy a Grand Army suit. Suitable suits for Grand Army purposes may lie easily arranged to suit other purposes as well, by simply exchanging the buttons. Two sets ol buttons accompany each blue suit; one brass, bearing the mono gram O. A. It., the other not, and one set of p-lcea for everybody. Can every other dealer say as much? From $0 to $10, to $12, to $1& ; we make them all ourselves. Sepvate panls or separate tests to match. Men's $10 suits. In ...

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. — 28 May 1885

HRMHgyn ,..,, m,,,,..,.. ..,... .,... , num.., ,,,...,., , ixkBfprJM&'K!HQ0M3&StW? hi I l m fSY II' ' -j W3 'i '3 . -J K .r 1 Ml 3H 'fiiH 1& 11 r sse f :'Oi .WMB i LOBE-REPDBIilC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED iY ONKEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. I OBIREPUBLIO BUILOIHQ, WMT HIGH T. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERM Si a'ly edition, per year, idly edition, per week, $7.50 I. cent, Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, On -i DOULAH A TKA!. jnicationi thould be dratted te KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., prlnjReld, Ohio. NUTICK TO KAVTKKN AUVEHTISKKS. Mb II C. Bmydkr, 23 Park Kow, New York, Is tlie OioBK-IIKFUBLIu's special representative, to whom all Eastern adverllslnR business, mult be lelerrM. TIWltSDA YSVEtHNQ. MA Y 28. IMS IlLVHk-UKfVltLIO ASU TltM r'uVVBLICIK STJ.M COS. VKtlTIOIf. MiirnliiE ami Evening Ilillllons. We call the attention ol our business men to the fact that we shall issue both morning; and evening editions of the Cmhik-Uei'Uuli...

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. — 28 May 1885

flUXM KBBPBUO, TiroBBDAIEHCTljnKOt iMLIY 28 1886. GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. taammBaaaammmmmmammmmmmem IIAIl.t H mATHH,BliOHt son this looautv, u ikmuiid bt 1. Dausr, mpiKi.T pi THnLOBK-mruLio. May 27, IMS JO , in.. lU'Wu. in ,., ,. 21 p. m R0 p. m ... . in 'inn. i Weather. "iZ7sln II tf Ussy Fslr Filr Uu u-i,Tiur M". reiuperaturn A. psuh attain M. 02 etwee. Temperature ot tm dAU) In IMS rs" above, temperature ofieame rfste In IU'., 70" above rero. CITY MATTERS. IUv. C. J, Jones, formcrlyvpastor ofi the Unristian Ohurtli hcie, Is the new editor of the Herald ol (lospcl Mbcrty, published at Dayton. Mr. F. M. fittest, ol the Warren (0.) Dally Chronicle, has been in the city for day or two, and nill be here again to. attend the Slnlo Gnnrentljn. Mrs. Captain D. II. Mallory, of Klyrla, with her two eons, Clldle and Freddie, is the guest ol her sister, Mrs. 0. M. Nichols, at 194 West Columbia street. John Coble was run in lor drunkenness by Officer Condron. Douglass Oglesby was ar re...

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. — 28 May 1885

' "''"""""I'""""L"'"J"""" "- SjjrSmmSS ' """" y" """-"'.-"'y.;, wmm$mmmmmtm "I " " ' IUIIM glgg j" -"--- . , , ,,,.r . X$JU$3f26t9tty i' . -TjiS ( I T ' If ' I1 M ' 1 1 i' 'M l If '3P TO ' ffl Ww m,&: 1 1 ij ' . ; r CITY MATTERS, Al, I.euy on run in by Offlrer Mast this morning lor disorderly behavior. It la iflll the probability ol passage by Council ol the eleven o'clock ordinance, now lying on the table la quite imall. Mm. Mary Houghton, assistant editor ol the Wellington Enterprise, la In the city, the guest of Mr. and Mm. F. S. IVnficld. A telegram to Manager Waldman an Bounces that Rev. Dr. II en, who was to lee lure at Black's tonight, la Indlapoaed and un able to be here. Therefore the lecture la "off." Her. 0. II. Payn-, D. 0.. LU D , President of the Ohio Wcslejnn University, will de ll vtr the fourth lecture of the course at St. Paul M. E. Church, thla evening. His sub ject la "Shams." Admission, IS cents. Reuben la ffel was arrested by Mast jester day ntternoon lor s...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 29 May 1885

- Ml1 ,"" mmmmmmrm MMfM Springfield Globe -Republic THM Hl'lUNai'lKLI OTjOIIX, Volume V. NumbH Uisll. SPKENGFIELD, OHIO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1885. THE JBPUINOFII3UD UJSftT IITilO I Volume XXXI. Number 107. I ' OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Wabiiiniitdk, May 29. Ohio Valley find Tennessee Cloudy wcMher and rln; winds becoming variable; slightly cooler In western portion; tttttonnrjr temperature In eastern portion. MAY 29th. To-morrow (Decoration Day) our store will not open until C o'clock p. m. "It is not every man that can afford to wear a shabby cont; and worldly wisdom dictates to her disciples the propriety of dressing Botmwlmt beyond their means, bat of llring somewhat wltbln them; fur any one can see bow we dres?, but none can tee bow we lire except wc e boose to let them. Hut the truly great are, by universal suffrage, exempted Irom tbc&o trnmmels, and may lire or dress a they please." Lacon. Dress has cvir been a furor lie theme of moralists, philosopher?, satirists, et...

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. — 29 May 1885

,tVM1Wri''' i niiinwwwnr -ntT'v.i"roirnrta.MWIiWiW 7ffTWnwiawwBaraffBiiwii t,U- u4t UjftygacBfaauiUrr jr jf- ." MV TVFfwVWSi' f i rer"" GLOBE BEPtTBLIO. FRIDAY fiVEHKa, AtlY 29, 1888 M t m S & ' ZX " 11 1! m m & w & I :X J i ' l i". f ft ! LOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKIY. PUBLISHED IV JNMSY, NICHOLS 6 CO., PROPRIETORS. tOBE-RCPUBUC BUILDING, WEBT HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. THUMB) a'ly edition, per year, .... $7,50 J!y edition, per week, IS cants. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, Ow 1 DOtitiAI A XjBRrv i -Oh untcatloni should be iddresied te KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfield, Ohio. NOTION TO KASTKKN AUVKBT1SER8. Ma. It. C. Brydkr, 23 Tark Kow, New York, Is the llLonE-ItKPUBLic's special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, must be referred. FRIDA 1 EVENING, MA 1' 29. urn azoBK-nici'UJiLic Attn tub l:t:iVHLlVAX STATE cos- VKNTIOtr. Morning- and Evening Editions. Wo call tho attention of our business men t...

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. — 29 May 1885

JHJLUUA.IAI Jllla UMWI . a,,," iW QtW&k Biir&atia MtrbAY evuKOra, Mat 29 ibbs GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Etlltlon. 11,111.1 HHATHKH KMt-OItt rOITIIISLCHMtlTV, AS IIOUIDID T J. DOiT, ipiKW.r vox T9i HLOBK-mrutua May '28, 1885, .10 . in... , 10-w a. a 2:0 p. ui ..,..,.. C'DOp, lil..... , I'i'Vin. m Weather. Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair nean tauierture C49, lVinperalure eaujt date In 1S84, 62" above. Tempeiature of imi d itu In imi 86 abuve. Tatnperalnr ol seme dat In 18", GO" above rero. Amount of rlnlll X Inch. CITY MATTERS. II. F. Warder Is In Cincinnati today. Fuller Sldley, or St. Kaphael'a cburcb, left lor Cleveland today. Mayor Constantino it at homo again from Washington City, but doesn't expect to re main long. Preston Temple waa arrested by Norton last night as a common thief. Kmll Black was nrrcsud for peddling without a license. The Public Library will be closed tomor row, Decoration Day, until 0 p. tn., when It will bo open for return of books and readers. Our esteemed citi...

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. — 29 May 1885

f" f wfTV"SSrc3 ,,VJ. -L 7Vg f&v-'1' !mniftinmnirinmfiiiUlj i,mHfamiii wwjbthttwIii .v i" t QLOBE BEPUBUO. FRIDAY KVXNDCa, MAT 89 188. ""I1 "f$WP',fWf 8? If ft. ..it If" K ,.. 'V- ' i - hi 'fe c & l t .' SJ . a W I i? IfiS. 1, r a r. itly - !., fjc 1 t -j CITY MATTERS. A new lime card far the I. n. a w. nwt Monday. Mrs. J. I.. Steele lclt for Newark, N. J this morning, via the Tan Handle. Frank ltarlholoratw started for Lincoln, Noli., last night, over the I. D. & W. Do not forget tbe entertainment at the gymnasium U night. Amide provision tor all. Admission 50 and 25 cents. Thn Uelletontnln Examiner says: "The School Board at tlielr meeting lust Tuecdiy evening elected Mr, 0. U. Patterson, ol Springfield, Ohio, to succeed Prof. Brooks as Principal of the High School." Mr. Johnson, Civil Ilnglneer.and Mr. V. A. Hosterman, were In town today and let the contract for n new round bouie and repair shop for the I 0. & 3t. h. railroad. Tho contract was tecured by Kwirs Uro...

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