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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 30 May 1885

wmmemK'imBgmmafefBai $ niffffffMi i3 "-a-'gjtfvvr inmnrn iii, WMiyiaBwwwgaBWa r- MMM wl Springfield Globe -Republic Titin Ml'HINGFJELI OTjOIlia, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1885. THH BPltlPrOFiraiYO TtiniITltT.I" Volume v iraji tamtiw Hill, I voinm jbJfcJK.1. Number 1UM. '! l OWEN BR0THER8 IndlaaMoni. Wamiiiktoi, Mfty 30. Ohio Vllj and Teuncmoe Oloudr weather and rkln J winds becoming variable rllghtly cooler In western porlton; lUtlonarjr temperature In eastern portion. Our store oneas at 0 p. m. this after noon. Nothing short of a took through our itore wilt suftlco to giro an adequate Idea of the enormity of out stocks. Nothing short of a trial purchnse will prove to you beyond a doubt that wo lire up to our adrerttalng. Nothing abort of nctual dally wearing of our own made garment will prore tbat our clothing is better made. Nothing short of comparisons will show the great differences wo makv In prices over ordinary retail deal ers from manufacturing our own clo...

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. — 30 May 1885

?jKsasagas& WwLv'f,nj.'mm&-''- -J"VTnrr--'rt HMiV'ttmni'iiiii wailliffilWIMfliriiyiWiWilHHM'illlll Milt I 'M 'IMHPLI lil'MIMIS! WW mni " I" ', MM ilf tTlTirVa. glow MCtriLio.Aytmt)AtiirTiarar1 mat so, lew a., .w. .j, L --IMHI imliTT J-f-i -"' -iiimM. , .. - ir - i . , ,. .r .. ... ...... .... - ii r fiAtUn"Ttr TMJMi ewStBwfwFlwgwBBWW.wj "J -- & cb r- T".' i-. SSI n vt ;-ii !,. .t rf - & f IW 'LOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY ONNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. I ORE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKIIMS" - Jy odttlon, peryeir, ' I y edition, per weak, $7.50 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Evry Thursday Morning, Oh -I DObtiAt A yBA. un'cations should be addresied te KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., S.rlnelUld, Ohio. NOTICi: HI MH1.IIN aiivkutiskiu. Mr. II C. fiittiKF, 51 rark Now, New York, la tlir (Iuirr-Kki uilii's viilml rcpretentntlTe, to wbom ll Enstt-m BjTertlsIng tuelaws, must be rfferrinL satukikx r ...

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. — 30 May 1885

I .. I IWI Will HIIMWII'I ! iiu M'J.' '"1 V'I1,IJ.,.IHMH n mil 1,1 ii I I l I I I . i 1 I GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Hotly Edition. THWi ART KTHi, llAtCtStt. An Improvement In the MethntU of Mak. nit Uaktia.-Tiin Latest Novelties. Kino cuko-niaklngU not - sucrot, but it Is nmnlfoUly nn art Tlio regulation oM-tlmo fruit cuke, pound enko, and jiitublos aro still to be soon, but tliey no loiiRor hold tho palm. Kvon tlio ilulleloiH pongo cako, so dollghtful In chlldliood's niomory. now takos a mod cat back soatiboforo the appearanco ot tho multitude) of othor light, foathory lonvo.i and layor cako. "Wo soil on an avorago about fCOO worth of cako each month," said a young lady behind tho small counter of a placo whom gonulno domostlo com pounds In tho way of broad, cako, pro- sorvos, oto., art oflorod for sale "Tho domand is about canal for dollcato loaf cakos and layor cako. Wo have sotno call for old-fashlonod fruit cako, but thero tiro sovoral fruitcakes mado now much lighter and loss indlgostlb...

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. — 30 May 1885

lppinpBnHHraHMnH . J' " "'"'""'W II ft 1111 m n..,,,;, 1 1 i ii 1 1 nrnmmmmm .!. fluff. MiT rrnil-.-nWl'nf -riTMllBUlhium .Hi-Hl'ir...ill.t,1li.l . , .., , ,-,-,-., -.-.-.. ,.n. .- i ..j ni)1 n &LOBE BSPXJBUO, SATURDAY ITCKKBfrQ, MAt 66 188, mm MOVIKTY HOTKS. ROUSE AND PARSONS: MliMMMIMMBMBiiBHBIIHHBHIHHHl '"""y ' " """ '" '' """'"('"--"T"'"'' BflUVlf8.il mi i.maisjfcswds'isw n a fofr r zAX II A 1 1. UKATHKB HHIOH1 tot THII tfKULITV, il ImniDIO IT 1, DIBIT, IXPIKULT rill Till nLOnt-K-l'tlBLIC Weather. Ksir Fslr Fslr Fslr Fair Misn tempsrature. 72', temperature ssloe data In 184, 13' above, Tompcrslure o! iai date In IMS. Ml0 sbnvo. Temperature ol isme MIA In IAS?, M' shove aero. CITY MATTERS. Mrs. J. 0. Duwlcy, 201 Ccdnr atreet, slipped on s board in her yard and broke her arm, yesterday. Dr. Hall re-set It. Win. Weir, of 180, Clark street, fell down alalrs ami broke bis arm near the elbow. Dr. riinsell was called to rrralr damages Mlfa Lurlie Von llubcu, ol 222 I.est Plena nntt...

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. — 31 May 1885

r " ' '"" "T"' ' "" ' " - i-i- 4 S m 1' ',' "" Will li H...JI Ai v - - .n&u . . " . ' ... Sunday sK S , ," Kr THju.ttpniNurinut oi,nnB, i Volume IV. Numberiru. J OWEN BROTHERS Indication!. Wabhiiiotos, May 31. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Cloudy weather and rain; wind becomjiig variable; slightly cooler In western portion j stationary temperature la eutern portion. Four great overshadowing facts that bare placed Owen Brothers loremost In tbe cloth ing business: The one price system; manufacturing their own clothing stocks; retailing at whole sale prices, and guaranteeing every sale to prove asrepretented. Among oor this week's warm weather Items, we mention Seersucker coats and vests for men, youth and br-ys; Mack Alpaca Ooat, Pure Mohair Coats, Fine All-Wool Drap'd'ete Coals, White Vests, Fanoy Vests, Limn Duck Vests, Mohair Dusters, Linen Dusters, Blue Flannel Skeleton Coats and Vests, Blue Flannel Tourist Coats, Fancy Casslmere Tourist Coals. We are not sby of our sloiks or pric...

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. — 31 May 1885

i ,-c-. ataLautiyCJpt jueJk -i.i i&a?--."-"" - "w - .. v-" ' a. .rjiur na& . THE GLOMD BEFUBIIO. StJttbiitf' M(MtiJr& MAY II -185 i w Sass K ;1 & Sftl 3S 1-SI I35S i kwi iflsai rf-v; I i& K' ft 1 i Uk n w. y r- ffl ?'ftt . i What llin ChnlrMniiK About tlio New Hoilliet. A fiHillnli llllli' nuiMui ImmikIiI fiKillsh Utile limine!, Villliiirlliluin, nml nfentlier, nnil a lilt i)f Iihi' iiikiii l( Amlllnil tliu ittticr lnnlilrii of the lltllo tnu liilKlitknnw l, Blin Ih'iUMlit Mio'il k" to iiicitlhK lliu next Mlli- iImj-JllM tcillmw It. Hut IIioiikIi lliellltlolionuf t wnsprnrrolnrinr llnin nilune, llioirittlnirnr itsottlul irmi-l l tie ii woik or Minn; Hu win n 'ln fulrly lltl nil the liells hml stop- li'i ilicii iiiiKliiir, Ami win n l! cinnu tu tneellnir, euro enouidi, thn fulkH i re plnuluir. Ho II. In rixilMi lllllii liinliten ttooil nnil wiiltul ill tlinitimri And ho uliiink her i-uflles out Ittlitinl nnil MntMithol tliriti ilmwi before, Mlnllnlujnlil linlliluj...

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. — 31 May 1885

m,WX&. ' .Tfer- , sliiMMsMsiiii3MjC.gS.ji..JJ 7 '. . f 'I r . r WM, i..i'-. n .. - .j i (Z V ' .' " .w" gmiiifir it-i - " ! i'- A FAMILY AFFAIR, nriivua vonwaw, rfulAor of " Gilleit Hack" ami "Dark Dayt." ClUlTim IX. JUMFI.NU AT CONCMJSlOWg, Mr. Mordlo wont nway tho next week. Ho carried liU sorrow with him, manfully ro solved to do all ho could to loavo it on Oio tumuilt of Hunt lllauo or tho Matterhom, to sIiikltlitlhoLnkoofMagglore or Como, or to cast It upon tho flowing Ilhliio. lie told himself with such cheerfulness as ho could mutter tlint ho was deeply wounded but not killed. Before lio tied tho laliol on ht port manteau lu discharged what his koon senso of honor told him was a duty. Ho called on tho TalberU nnd Informal thom how he had fared with Beatrice, They v. oro very buiy bottling off a quarter cask of sherry. Thoy found that buying thoir Ino in.w cod saved thom lloaven knows how much. Now, bottling wine is a nice, dignl llod, yet, withal, cheerful operation, la t...

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. — 31 May 1885

Jttik!;-kfeaBfc,.;,.,-, HiRRRSSSHBBHHbi Hgfflffll fcaimaiw"'MwiiftiiiiiipiwiiimwwnniHiiiii'iT,i miimimmnpimi'MEMi JWil'iuUifaw-11'1'' l'VIUl..'.'.l ' 'f " HpW'f fvVs nii i) THE CHjQlM HBFOUO, SUXIBJLT MOMTIr&. MAY 31, USB iifififlp ftLtttl L , . . 'l"i-r- ffTTWCASSWB v KVWM : i -, lr,.tll 14 .1 I'u'rxi -'U-.Uj W, r s,m t' tti i &? 'aOBK-REPUBLIC Fubllihed Every Sunday Morning V 'JfiE-REPUBLIG 8UILDIH6. WEST HIGH ST. x'vro Dallnm I'or Years lTl-ve Conta lr Cop'. i iwrrr iy Carrier to Any Pari of tht City. AdJrrss all Communications to the ISIJNDAl' OLOUE-HEPUDLIC, Springfield, O, HVHIK4 t MOHSIMO MAT 91, 188S. IK lit ItrATHKR HKI'OBX roHTHis LociLrtr, u iicoidid rt j. diuit, ixrsrs.tLT ron xjt sLona-acrOBUC. Mar 3), ISSS. Tn.n Wind Weather. OftflaTrT-"."" "m 8 W "Fair I'l-w iu m .. ... ... . "0" B W Fair 1:30 p. m... . 83" B W Fair 6-SOp. in.........,... 70" S E Fair I" in n. ra 68 H W Fair vrtn tprnTrttaro 72. Temperature .t ssim dale In 18S4, 82 above. Temperature ol in d.i...

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. — 31 May 1885

ttfcfc fcigM: mtio. ktiftjfr to.mmbt may si, i885.-.--mGfiT pa.qm. BAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. BOMK KTltAT ItHKATKH MOM THK ir j:km! itAttrunT or mmwb, ilniliernl by n Journalistic Oleanor Thattnoil tho Malrsulon Army sins Ao- coinllticil-l'nvei.tlnri Arrangements Oar Western Vmltam-The Future of the Mnrket 8itmre-Notes an the Naiad Queen Hoclnl, Muiloiil, Political and (lenernl Nolo. There Menu lo bo Iho greatest diversity ol opinion In this city, since tho advent ol the Salvation Army, in to their methods of try log to tcilalm miners nnd whether tlioy really ntcouiilla!i any Rood or not, I have heard some really excellent Christian peoplo say llint In their opinion tho Atmy ought to be prohibited from holding their meeting by law, that thtlr singing, shouting, and banging and twanging on tambourines, Is nothing more nor leu than a burlesque on religion. Others again have taken the mem. bcrs ol the Army by the hand and haro done all in their power to assist the meetings In every way possi...

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. — 31 May 1885

iwiin.il in tmnwwmimmmmmmmmntimmf:Mnmm9mmmmtm , . . w- ,.t i-.fi.-.TfcrEffi i Ti -..nfT'?T-y'yjrr'-?Ml'''ntTfjp fafc THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. StJKPAY MOftmtf'x, MA 81 ugg .fa - t A MAX OPHISWOIU). Ifow (Irnrrnl Ornnt I'ravrnttxt ttis Ar rriit of (Irnrml It. E. l.e. The wnr was over. Ounornl Loo and Ids hnlt-stnrvod Confctlcnitos hail re turned to their desolated homos on thulr pnrolo of lionor. Tlio victorious Northern nml Western nrmlcs, tinder command of Grant nml Sherman, woro encamped In nml nroitml Washington City. Jefferson Davis was an ininato of n casomato In Fortress Monroe, and Kdwln M. Slnntoii was tlio powor be hind the tlirono who ran tlni govern ment while Secretary of War. Generals Grant and llawllns wore playing a gamo of billiards In tho Na tional Tlotcl, and two civilians were In dulging In that pastlmo nt an opposite table. A major In tho regular army nutoi oil tho spacious room In a hurry and whispered to General Grant. Tho latter laid his cuo on tho tablo, saying: "B...

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. — 31 May 1885

Iff' In Primrose Tlinn. (Rprlnirln trclaml.) Hero's the lodgo-woman In her until clonk immlni Una touched tho ash-minr On my won!, ho' htimmtnK A liny's minir. Ilka nhoyl lln iiifto ftirirpt his cart. Ilia donkey graaes Just wlicro It liken the gnrt. Tim ri'd coal soldier, with lilt modal, raises Ills lint to nil whnpasst Anil tho lilue-lneketsnllnr.-hcar him whistle, Ktirirt'ttltiirlrelnnilalllai , Oh, pleasant lnml-(who thinka of thorn or .. thlstlor) Upon your hntinr hllla Tim world la out I And. faith, If 1 mlatako not, ...Tho. w"rlcl '" ln "" lrlmo (Heating for otico, I think, with hriirta that aclio not) In 1'rlinroao time Atralnst tho acn-wnll leans tho Irish ticauty, ltd fnco ami hnmla In bloom. Thinking of nnthlnir hut household duty In her thntched cabin's gloom: Watching tho ships na leisurely aa may bo, Her bltin oyea ilrrnm for hours. Ilimlil There's her mother coming with tho linhy In tho f nlr queat of flowers. And her Knindinothorl hoar her laugh and ohntler, Under h...

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. — 31 May 1885

"""'-"-"- .'--'' ' ". lMWWMWMHWMIMsl -"-""'""'-" J" '"- -- -.-'.- - ".'J" 'hi, 'I'. in, i nn ii, ' ''"-' ''"'"'''''g''iilir'ia in iiSTrmTWitnnmrin'ri-i t - rrr - lanni mi i 77i -yiyyvi -tjtV'j'fri'y .r nrrm nn,ii gm -T-p-- i H H.B ir. B i ! (..mn.vM jvorK. Hilly Dormr-r, formerly I.npomla boy now ol SI. I.nnl.i, won in this Monday shak ing lmnls wlih IiU old frlfmls. I.njrnniU Cornel lUml furnished thf mmlo nt Clmileslon lor tip memorial services yes terday. Jnsl flik Oeorire IUynitnl about bis mlren lure, on his wny homo from tho lodge Mon tiny nlpht. Uev. Wores preached two good sermons In our cliurrti Inst Sunday. Iter. MtCorkte bus returned, and will occupy the pulpit today. At the teml up mini election of officers ol l.ono Star t.o.lgo ' 0. 0. P. Inst Monday evening, tho following were flitted: Noble Grard, J. SI. Derrkkson; Vice Orand, W. F Niincbergerj Ilccoriling Secretary, John Dirscli. Instrtllvlon tbe last Monday crenlog in June. Tho Young I'eoplo's I.llernry Sixlety will...

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. — 1 June 1885

MK '" ' "' iMtiaw?.WMiflMMMjiRiim(tiiM li II lillssssWII lIIMW I I WHIILnHHMKllMJ'aHauMBjMU7rtIMft21K2!?THiM BBiiriirrfirrir tsii- .--. B.w..,a,M - 6" iNGPiELf) Globe -Republic I'UM M Hl'lHPIQB'imJM OI.OBB, I Volume V. Rambw iB. f SPBtN'OFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1885. (THE 8Pitrrrciiix:x,i tiiaiiriT.,io 1 Tolnm XXXI. Number 100. "T IMMflr Tinnm irrTn rmn- "" J-IjlTj). u .r iti.ii.rfMi i m 1 r - riinhinnV m r " "Trr" -i-' r" - 1 " . r rii')mmmimrmmmntaimmimimtmmKijmM.!r-ijamvTmmm(wimimmmP!rTmimi-Tm-mt Ti-wwiwrnffwri"" i" "-nwi 1 i ' '' wiiw wmi - - - 1 v TT ' W " '.V" '.Jsl 8l J OWEN BROTHERS Indleatloni. Wahiiinoto, June 1. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Fair weather; slight change in tctnernturc, varrlable wlndi, generally southerly. To meet the requirement! ol the time, we put modest values upon every article of mer chandise In our line. The tet ol people talk ing hard times nnd everything going to 'he dogs, hare hut to examine our stock and learn prices to be convinced tha...

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. — 1 June 1885

wmmzmmimm P:r -" t,ifw &VT Tprfm GLOBE HEgUBIJO, MOSPXtlY EVENING, JTJNE 1 18&B. -i - . . --" - - V " y" iiuinBU iiiwiiiiai.ieSlWt-iarTM - - WwlW Ipi ISP life Mpi fif sis. & n aa. Ifr JLOBE-REPUBLIG. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED Y UNMET, NICHOLS & 00., PROPRIETORS. 10BEREPUBUC BUILDINO, WEST HIQH ST, Cor. Walnut Alley. TEHMSi s'ly edition, per jear, '.iMy edition, per week. $7.50 IS centi. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, On -i DOIjIjAH a ysA. ih -oir anlestlont thould be iddreited to KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO., Springfield, OMe. MUTIOK TO KASTKKN ADVERTISERS. Ma. H. a Biitd, 23 Talk Ilow, New York, Is the ULoBK-BKrt'BLiu'8 special representative, to whom ell Eastern advertising business, muet be referred. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 1. 211 E (ILOnii-HEfVULtO A.HD TBK ItKVVnLIV AH STATE CON- rSKTZOK. Morning and Evening Editions. We call the attention of our business men to the (act that we shall issue both morning and evening editions o...

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. — 1 June 1885

fS . s,tv' T-Trm.-inr.., - . 'iv-'-iw; &iJBKiapVBijO. MQ3sp4lYfiif)PININQ. JUNE 1 388. yf GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully XSditlon. pp a a ii.ii wkatiimh mmtomt . vonTiinmriiiTir, uuuiun it . dm mrnmit rot thm sLoaa-xaruaua. - Max 31 iSM Weather., 6 .in a. hi.. lu-V. m 2:.to p. in.. 6 .,n p. m.. lo:"m p. in r Fair .Wear Menu tfn.K'r'tiiri 01. rquiparatur tawe datoln ln4, 70' above. Temptratur ol Mint linlH in 1868 5.V abort. Ttuptrstutt ,af Mmt iiatin lt7, C7' above sera. Wrutlier Itrport lor Mmt, 1MV As Kepi at Springfield, Ohio, bv J,,Drury, Tlio avenge temperature wai 01.6". lint the namo a May, 1884. Wo liail lour clear days and twenty-Jour fair U.V.. italn (ell on eloveu days. Amount ol rainfall, 2. 80. Tlio lowest temperature was S6. and tht highest fior f I.- n. t. . ...r l nil. .1 Il. . .a m..?J . '" 'in nun iviii nam ujacvjuc.iuava, hbi Sierature 13". The 2lit ami 24th were the warmest ays, with temperature at 78". fcoiilh, itli-ost and eoulb wastarir-wlasa.kart been the most pre...

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. — 1 June 1885

TJT W '""assssTP GLOBE KJOPUBLIO. MONDAY gQgtlSG, JUNU i, 1888 38 'tf s , v '.-v' u W-K. KWrf I'sWk'-. rsiJv5. LB 3?- tetvVflKH .. "v s lvrv; ,. 'i5U.Ss Ol Lif&J rJLr . nT I . .t $?mI f?'V-i -,ffi l .Viffl &..-: wxm &M I1 -V t'ASJ ,U,1 j3 tvJsJ CITY MATTERS. William Black, went to Dayton Ihli morn In(5. , Mr. KJ. Straw, who has been in the Host since lat October, returned here Saturday evening. P. J. CleTenger, Katj., has gone to Jackson, Ohio, on legal business and will return Tues day evening. Messrs. Wm. Knott, T. L. Knott and Mrs. Menard Knott left lor Louisville, Ky,, via the Panhandle today. Mr. John Burns, brother of Richard Hums, the LnRonda avenue grocer, left for Topeka, Knocas today over the I'anhamlle route. The county commissioners met today in quarterly, ihree dajs' session. Sheep and ditches will be the principal subjects lor legis lation. Mls9ca Mame McKlne, Amnndn Schemeer, Ida Jloore, of Hellefontalne, were the (jurats of their friend Mlsj M. A. Chcever...

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. — 2 June 1885

Springfield Giiobe - wL Hw.prmT.Tn TIII3 HlIlITSO!liaLI OT.OIIU, I Volume V. Number auo. f SPRINGFIEU), OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1885. (Tmjb (iPHifrai-:iisrii nupuitTiio TviaiaeAAAii nuni,Der xio. K OWEN BROTHERS Indications. Washington, Juno S. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Knlr weather) variable wlndl gei.crnlly warmer. Lower Lake region fair warmer weather. The latast comforting newt from headquarters it that men's Seersucker coatt and Vests have dropped to $2, the two, or, $1.50 for coat, tr, 50c for vest separately. We have now the latest color craze in these goods, beside the quan tity for choice. Mohair and Linen Dusters are numerously shown at our usual profit saving prices. Drap'd'ete, Pure Mohair and Alpaca Coats for men, youth and boys. Tourist 8 plaited and belted blouse coats are again in stock, $5, $7, $8. The'same fer boy's with knee pants to match $2, $3, $5. New plaids in youth's and men's suits, fresh from factory yesterday, $12, $14 to $20 per suit. Underwear of...

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. — 2 June 1885

asasEsas mm ."- ,jrwYfTrijf' 'jsT ZZ-!mmmmmmimm " . I'i'Pi V v V M- r.i- l5 If if- vdK: i JL 14- ; 'ir S",I II Sr!u ?4. j-, .1 ILOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IY UNNEY, NICHOLS 6 CO., PROPRIETORS. t-OBE-REPUBUC BUILDINd, WEtT HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKKMBI a ly edition, per year, ally edition, per week. $7.90 19 cent.. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAkMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i issued Every Thursday Morning, Ow-i DoiiiiAt? a yBAr;. unlcitlont thould be iddmied ti KINNEY NICHOLS k CO., prlngfletd, Ohio. MUT1CK TO KA.STK11H ADVERTISERS. Mr. II. C. Ehydir, 23 Tark How, New York,U the Oun-ItEruBLii.,s special representative, to whom all Extern advertising business, muit be referred. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 2. Ill It UI.01lf.-HKfVJtl.lC AKO TUB JtKl'Vlir.lVAy STA TJS CO!f. VKMTIOS. Morning and Keening Kriltlnna. Wo call the attention of our business men to the fact that-we shall issue both morning and evening editions of tho Gi ouK-IUruBLic on the 1 lth and 12th of June, with full report...

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. — 2 June 1885

HMlo -,' fP- - ,, 1 - - 7il, t 9,ipr -Mj-"JWJ(rirw' ,i ;--TgfiVtr v,' - - ", fllflBli BmrBiio. Tuesday nviarmfr, JtoE 2 ibsb. Mia GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dolly XUlltlon. ItAlLk HMATHtiB MMfOHt roe this loci titr, At aacoaDBD T I. Dicat xxrtruLT roi thi nLosB-anroeuc. Mmn u 11 per tun 68. rpmperatare i date In IK84, 71 tlxiTo, Temporatnre of Hiii dito in ism W above, aiuBMMlarti efi an data-in 1687, tit," above uro. CITY MATTERS. W. A. IloRers, or New York, arrlred In: tbe city last night. Ilo will remain .several weeks'. TI10 decorators will begin work on the wigwam to-morrow and it will be seated ahe, laat ol the week. The ptpe-orgHn Id the Hecond'Pietbrtaaaa. church has just been taken down and put in first-class condition again by Prof. Flsker, as sisted by I. N. Scorer. Stated communication to-night ol Anthony Lodge, F. and A. M., at which tbere-wlll -fc' degree work. A full turnout of the brethren la desired and visiting brethren are especially, in?lted. Superintendent Dick, of Fernill...

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. — 2 June 1885

smmmmmmm assi ' y"'p 0iryv'$vrm$Fif7nrG "?,;v?a'' -g i .V, : GLOBE kjiyll-blJO.. TUESDAY KVEtfifcG, JTJN13 fl, 1SB5 mwMffi I m'-- m- mta . ' W4 k'V-'' it Si 1- CJ e? p. , . iOl .in'.- ? hs? A W N If z ' ' M SSssiSe. ft CITY MATTERS. 0. U Bobbins and W, L, i.offerty went to Cincinnati tbli morning. Mr. M. A. Hit j wood bas returned Irom Kiniti Cut to resume bli residence In tbls illy. R. S. Hedges left last night, via the Pan Handle, for Indiana and Eastern Illinois, on business tor Ihe Tricycle Works. Judge Chas. H. White will hold court in Xenla Thursday ol this week, hearing some special casr for Judge Hawes, The Pre-mlllennlal Bible Class will meet on Sunday at 3:30 . m. Sulject: Is cha. CO, parallel wllh Her. 21 and 22 chapters. II. S. ItoJgcra left last night over the Pan Handle, lor McKeniie and Memphis, Tenn , In the Interest o the Champion Machine Co. Mrs. R. P. Winters has gone to Detroit to visit her sister. Her husband wilt join her In a few weeks, and go out with her to ...

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