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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 7 June 1885

r"1 'J- RAMBLER'S NOTE ROOK. ir .v ii AnrEr or jrtr. Ciatlirrxl t.y .tear, alt.tlr Gleaner Ttie Vn.tt(nl - l'ollr. Hal.-Pol lew DaieCr rPrrO-IH4lDXalh4 Vis itor, to the Conirniloa )tall-v)atloa AdteMLcmwnt. Sarlal, tla.lcat, roll! teat and General Xotea. TaeCvrnvenUn bulling makes really tptended p;aan?e in J-j eonpleted rate. The scent of the sew pine, frou ahkhil ii eoattKti, permeate ibe air far thorns arettad, sadirU J reUUy delieht tie not trilt of Jbm G. Bulae, of tie Sure ol -aite, ths miller ot tiaerie. II its fragratce rcuM rtih tie dtlx-le Ulaeioriet of bis prou-1 Rotnta sos. Tben tbe tx wtwj of tbe bMln tie reeling that It hat never been used befer-, tfcat ii li erected with bat oat partes", th of acco -odatin; tbe electors wfco will cfeooM a tlaa ird4rer to lead tit RcpaUican kpsuof ibe rrcal oc taosae th of Oalo to victory, girt it a sort of :rrdnes and individuality, thai no build Inf, awl for prot-itcaoui purposes can ever atuln. Til c-osot lul to cave it effect en ib...

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. — 7 June 1885

&ii(mafs ywMti,w-w ' - m mmmmmm. IM1UlfftWUHIll inUMIURIfWKMl n i!0rtw7r!?,hjfrr, w tHat BLOB MEPTTBLIO, SCH.PAY MOKOTra, JPftE T -88 wiewMrtiMiiMaMisiMHiiimiiiiiiiiiiiissiia rrrrr,,,. r,,....-..T,. fllT. , . -- '-r-- .,. , ,. - . ..mi ; :-'", " ' ... . - M:lmi iMiiiii.n.ii.ni.i nri-T-1 f.... ln I. i m.i... rom.-.,... . . V" J." -,,J" r,lH. 'jHr t I IM, s 2 12 -i tv. sr ih& JLOSB CORPORATIONS. Row Oloaoly Railroad Man Watoh Tholr Mon. The Hangers That Attend the "Knocking Mown" Process -Photographing Km. plnves ruisrngers Who lay to Conductor Only. Kl Paso (Tex.) Cor. San Kranctsoo Chronicle "l)lil yo get tint j b, Mae?" "No, curse Itl The boss told me I was blacklisted by the Honthoru Pacific" Tho speakers wero two of a group of rnllron I men seated round a table In a luorsiloonou Kl Paso street. In their liiimndln'o vicinity your correspondent sipped the weak and Insipid lager of tho rstabllshmont, which had at least the merit of being wet by tho way, a merit nut to dospls...

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. — 7 June 1885

mimm r " ',''lll'l',"MW'wl'"wyyirwwii'if'ifi)ijiiii,jk.. l h."1 yvni jn'ji" (w tM ''" -w' s- r - v ".,' ------ H- - ;"-'flc? V h .1 r 60N&. (Chicago Tribune. O, I would I lis J n lovorl A lovorl a lovorl O, I would 1 had a lover With a tinkling, light guitar, To comn lienoath my casement Hinging, "fhoro in none nbove her," While 1 leaning, soom to hover ' In Uie rcout of his clgarl Then at morn I'd want to moot hlra- ,r u iiRHjviniMi w meet mini O, at morn I'd want to meet him. When tho mist wnt in the iky, It ' And tho doW nlnng the iwtli I wont To casually groot him, And to cavalierly treat him, And regret It by and by. And I'd want to moot h. brother HI brollnrl hlsbrothei O, I'll want to tnoet hi br u 1 At tlm german or tin j uy, To pin n mmi on h.s apol i. And 1 -utly press tlio other. And luve hint like n mother, While ho thought the othor way. O, I'd pltlle'sly (est hlmj An 1 to t htm, and tost lilml O. I'd ltiloslr test him Knr lioyond hi i own control; Ami nvory tnntlll...

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. — 7 June 1885

TT ' '" ' ' " ' !! ' (iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJTTpiiTisB!tl.iiwiiiiiiiiii1.iwmiiiw1iMl,l.ii II ,.''--.-t--. -77- -r , v i-a "i I " a 5 ? 'it i globs iutiuuiio, striffibaii? udittlM. ) u!n jc t .iMb--Eoirr piqm 4 a . ; i rs. ,1 rsii la no it a orje. airl-4l OHtMlHAI: T to two J, M's. w re scouting it uml In the vicinity of Bnon lssl HnmlaT. Tbe bo.vs from Oil) place who wrtlcipatrd In a game ol bnll at Moorf fit-IJ last Sunday, are, we iindciritnnil, lo tie notified to appear before the authorities of the law at that pl-ice and explain why lliey came there on Sunday to play ball. Mrs. Patterson, ol Urtmna, whs a guett of ber lister, Mrs Kll Klwell, the past week. Mr. M. M. Morrow, who has been attending medical college at Cincinnati, returned home last Wednesday, bringing with blra his sheep skin, s'lowing that un last Tuedy evenly he was granted the privilege ol signing hts name M. M, Morrow, M. D. We are not able to say where tbe doctor Intends to hang out his shingle. Misf Kffle Marshall, ...

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. — 8 June 1885

IStSsl Springfield Globe -Republic TIII3 HVIlINOFIIIlLIt OT..OI1X3, Volume V. Number ail. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1885. ITIJ13 M 1111 PalI3L.I IlBPtlltTJO 1 Volume X.X.X.I. Number llti. , A vV.S w& IteiS 0 g i OWEN BROTHERS Indication!. Washington, June 8. Ohio Vatler aud Tennessee Fair, warmer weather, except In the western portion ot Tennessee, where the temperature will tall slightly) winds gen erally aMItitiB; from eastern to southerly. Lower Lako region Fair weather variable wlmls, shifting to southeasterly; slightly warmer; lulling barometer In western por tion; rising followed by falling barometer In the eastern portion. Things are geitlng nu better very fast. The season for selling some tort will be short; no way to lengthen It but to sell those sorts cheaper. The very best ot pants bad to go down. Very uncommon to Ind fine Globe llllls worsted and fancy castlmere pants at $5; they're here though, and mor'n CO patterns to pick from. Tliofo putdown to $...

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. — 8 June 1885

mmsmsa ii'i HIIHll W IM 111 llllilllimilMMHIIMI Ml IIWIIIMWWII PI il 1 1 M J""1 1'l'W1!'!' ' Tir in JUVVKir T1 4 -..." " 7-fT?" v v- - ,r &10BB BtPDBLJO; MOSTOAY 'BENING, JOTE 1883, 5L I i i i in i - -" --- tvtv. . . i THnMBuijiwtedHMMv .v MifciM J",",","",,,"""",,"," " "T ' 1 r ' Si y SSU i& 5 . 5 'V Lf I LOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV , JNNIY, NICHOLS & 00., PROPRIETORS. ( 10BE-RCPUBUC BUILDINO, WEST HIQH T. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKKMBl a ly edtloni per yair, 'lulydltlori,perwek, $7.50 1 CMtl. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I issued Every Thursday Morning, On 3 Dollar a TEAr;. unlcatloru should be addressed ti KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, prlaafUld, Ohio. NOTICE TO KASTK1W ADVERTISERS. Ml. II. C. Burns,, 23 ratk Row, New York, It the (Itoni-KErLULit's special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising bualneee, must be referred. MONDAY EVEN1NQ, JUNE 8. 2ii b oLonr-uneuiiLic and xbb HEPVM.1VAN STATE COS- rxNXios. Morning and Evening: Editions. We c...

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. — 8 June 1885

i k GLOBE -REPUBLIC. lutly addition. "-"' wATimm nut OUT MTi?utoit,iTir, aaaacuaoan ar t. Dint. MMuniLr roa tii iiLons-Rirontic. JS&MJMff&Mjg. MONDAY EVfeMttro fiftfE 8 Juno 7, iSkB, M. in... IC'IOA. lu , 'I'M p. m. '80 p, la... II ISO p, m Th, liviid 8I) H Vf H HI" H 70 H Wuhii tiu.r.iur- Si1 aateln ISM, 71 above. Uate In Inks i.ii ! "'" !l"'"-' '"' boe aero, Ing, .1X18. Weather. Fair Fair Fair Fair Fair reinperatur. in,t Temperature o! nmf ii.iip1iima Af .... Haln'all thlamnrn SSSSS'BSSHMaaMaMaMBaaiiai GREAT CLOSING 1H85. Jf't". rt.;Afr, "-, CITY MATTERS. Mies Stella Prim nnd Miss Millie Print, who live north of (ho city, wcro in (own to day. Miss Sulla . about (o commence a courio ol study In (,0 Normal School at Ltooanon. The friends o! Dr. McKnlght were delighted to hear him speak yesterday morning In his old church (First Presbyterian). The sermon was Ilka the Doctor himself, full of spiritual Ijy and wise counsel. Tho prayer was one of tho most comprelienilre and earn...

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. — 8 June 1885

GLOBE RJUPTJJiLia MONDAY EVENING, JTJNE 8t IBS Pi m M m m I'.ii id m J4 :& IS llv re1 It.. 4v PIV l.U ki?r . Irt-tJ,, . V " , " CITY MATTERS. jvnir noro f,ivt.r. Onfi llunilrrd. Bright, nctlve newsboys wanted to report at the flioBE-IlM'OnLlc counting room at any time Wednesday afternoon. KlNNlY, NlCIIOLH ft Co. Mother Stewart haa been ill lor lit weeks, anu la just now able to be out. Hon, II. Ii. Uundy and wile will be the cuesls ol Mother Stewart, during the itttlng ol the Convention. They are the parent! of Mrs. Judge Foraker. Mr. I). Ward King, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Q. Klop, Factory street, Is vlsltlnehls parents. Mr. King la farming on a large scale at Maltland, Missouri. Mrs. Mnxnell, oi Uincin .at!, who haa been tloguist of Colonel and Mrs. Kllpstrlck lor sereral dsys, returned home Saturday. A number ot the members ol the Ohio Eclectic Medical Aaso-latlon are already in town and others arrive on every train. Some Ing over 100 are expected to be here to morrow. Mrs....

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. — 9 June 1885

'a,"'.'-,ij 7f:y ;; '.''( "C lSWmEWMlW '" -"r; rl w SpringfimjdGlobe-Repttblic XIITI Hl'IllNGPIKLU GT,OI12a, Voiurau v. NumbH.aia, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 1885. tub HXiiirpt2iJ3t.f iiiax'umac I Volume XXXI. Number 117. OWEN BROTHERS Inriientlune. Washington, Jjno 0. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Fair wralbcrj winds generally easterly; rising, follawed In western portion by (alHui; barometer; flight fall In tempera lure In Tennessee; stationary, followed by rising temperature In Ohio Valley. SAILOR SUITS ! Tue proml)"d news In boys' aaltor suits li ready. The weeding out, marking down, and brushing up to give the look of new (but they're not) hits taken n day. They ought to bo worth more, Initcad ot less. We hare them in right piles, those of a price to gether, $1.25, $1,110, $1.76, $2, $2.50, $3.50, $4, $5; some wcro $8.50, now $5; some were $5, now $4 ; some were $3 and $3.50, now (2 50, and so on. Grays, Hlues, Drowns, Greens and others. One hundred and seven suits...

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. — 9 June 1885

-TTr-ri t iiniirrmTiMrnTrB $.'! GLOBE BfcFtTBIId. TUEtDAT EYSMDfQ, JtTNE 9 188B. ii i 'I' i illHl ' II , - ., , . i :.--:i -iiljumm!uMAm1-11 sat & l ST. JiV $; SK SJ' iV i& ?r V Sfe. S" w is ttfVV fc Sfi'S vV w J f QBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV TN1VIY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 10BE-RCPUBUCBUILDINQ, WEST HIGH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKHMBi i ty edition, par year, 1 lily edition, per week, $7.30 1 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, On -l DOLLAR A TBAr;. in -on anlcitloni ihoutd be addressed It KINNEY NICHOLS k CO., prlaansM, Ohio. NOTICE TO KASTEUH AUTISBTISERS. Mr. II. C Bstdiie, 23 Park Row, New York, Is the Globx-Kkpcblii's special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, miut b referred. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 9. 1UK tILOBK-UBPVllLlV ANO TOM IIKI'VIILICAN STATE CON TENTION. MornlDB and Kvenltia; Editions. We call the attention of our business men to the fact that we shall issue both morni...

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. — 9 June 1885

sssssS J MjI 1 ; '" . . -.- " jattsaaaawjWMrxr'a aidflJC JBBPtniLlO. TUESDAY EVENING, .iTJffE 9 1885. BIS GLOBE-REPUBLIO. Ially Edition. Mil. I mjtJ TIIKH MMtOHT fOd TBIi LOCAMTT, laitOOBDID IT J, DIOIT, irasfvLY ro tun l.oas-arOBl.io. Huati tnipoiitir W, rninperatur tame lata In 1684, 72' abort. Teraperatnr ol m date In im 73 abort. Temperature of tsm )! In IM?, 72 above rem. The ronoi rtof the locust la suinen led thla morn Inc. Ha hail not sot woll feathered out. to mole It be. CITY MATTERS. John Hnjiler wns run In by Norton last night lor loitering. Mr. Jerome Fussier, ir, of New York, Is In tic city tor a few days. Miss Cnrrle Simmons, ot Kenton', will loon lilt friend In this city. Council meets tonight, but it is likely to be a short horse soon curried. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harrison, of Indian apolis, are still In the city. Miss Ida N. Doyen, of Clifton Avenue, leaves next week lor a Tlslt to Findlay trlendi. Col. W. S. Furay, of the Ohio State Jour nal, It here lor the "season."...

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. — 9 June 1885

"BRHjSHnjfiflpQHb 5en i W l 1 feK m f I w p & m ?A ffi .0 si ;- city GLOBE &MPTTBLIO.. TUESDAY gVTOIlfQ, tTUfffi 9, iBBB MATTERS. Tranitin of Heal Katate. Jicob Mllzd ft al. to Uuatavus Welgel, lot In TremonU V400. times lllakmey to the lilakenej Foundry Co, lot on West Main street! $1. BiMli J. lbseer.ut et al. to Jonas Wrant. "..":: ".""'-.V.'": -" "K. " ,. , .. i . .ii. ,. . ., I "' "iiniiii(f, unanu Hr9"ne cmuroidery, thtoc-'ourthi Interest In lot on halt Columbia 0 and Kensiueton wtlnllnir. Mrs. K. H street: $S00 (leorge llrnln tt al. to Mary II. WltlarJ, fourteen lots In Drain's addition: $1. V. 1). Ilaker, sheriff, to Patrick Manyban, fire acres of land In Moorefield township: $350. ynmnel K. Frederick to Win. ticket, twen ty acres of land In Bethel township: $1,900. R. II. Winters to Orpha Dawson, quit claim to land In Clatk and Greene counties: $2,000. Mnry lllller to N. J. Illlltr, lot In New Car Ilfle: $1,700. Julius Oralis to A. Aron, a small strip of ground on D...

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. — 10 June 1885

t & vF Springfield Globe -Republic A i 'i'nia HiHiivGE'ixari oiiOUB, Volume V. Nvmbtr alU. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1885. ITHl a jaPHirrosixxsxjO nBti!iiT.io . oiumf jk.jl.Js.1.. Nnmbcr UN. OWEN BROTHERS Indication!. WmicjinioK, June 10. Oblo Valley and Tennessee Fair weather windt generally easterly) rising, followed In western portion by falling barometer; alight fall In tempera, ture Id Tennessee; stationary, followed by riling temperature In Ohio Valley. BOYS' JERSEYS. We're told of Boya' Jersey Salt! coming. The handsomest suit we're teen this season came yesterday. Beat shades, too. Beauti ful dark brown and dark blue, $3. Another of liner material, the inest and most elabo rately trimmed suit we're shown this season, $3. We doubt If another dealer baa been so lucky. In window this afternoon. Seersucker Tourist blouses. A new Idea entirely. Kew sizes here; lull lines making. Seersucker coats and rests of common erery where sorts are sold for less than...

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. — 10 June 1885

I jwwrwj r.s lli im foM L FM ir fj;wfj l... I fcW" ' JTWrtHM. fefT! if kvmij li-J t r lxvW iv. j C-v ' ri SBtV 6. vi .v, 5 I 4 :t . ;: $ LOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IV SINNIY, NICHOLS 6 CO., PROPRIETORS. VlOBE-KEPUBLICBUILOINa, WMTHIQH1T. Cor. Walnut Alley. TERM8I Viijr edition, per year, $7.50 . sdltlon, per week, 1 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET) Issued Every Thursday Morning. Oti-1 DOTjLAH A TBA. .J -on anicittoni should i sddrtiiad tt KINNEY NICHOLS It CO., prlealUM, Okie. NOTICE TO EASTERN ADVERTISERS. Mr. II. C Smtdm, 23 Tark Row, Mow York, Is tho (itcBi-KlPUBLlc's special representative, to whom all Eastern advertising business, unit bo referred, WEDNESDA T EVENING. JUNE 10. aZ.OHK-KKPVBZ.lC. Morning and Evening; Editions. We shall issue at an early hour tomor row a morning edition of the Ulobe-Re-ruBi.ic, with full night dispatches and full reports of all local occurrences especially those related to the Republican State Con vention. This e...

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. — 10 June 1885

t1;,- flf6Si iB5Sii6. WjM&da? g, M 10 irit. JN JV ", ivi' i rVt,'if ."?j yryy---''i---w ft m tit, l t GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully IMltton. ujj ..wa Ill II II ItVIIUOI, VOMMItbVKMtNT. ' The People (lather Kn Ma.. to flreet the Graduate Kxerrt.e Up to tha Btanilard ol Former Ynr TheMu.lo, K.aaya and Ailitr.e. The graduating exercise of ths High School class of t)& were held at Black'e opera house last evening. The home, aa Usutt, was packed, arrivals having began a early as 0 o'clock. The heat la always a se rious annoyance upon such an occasion, was obviated by the cool atmosphere that pre vailed last evening, which made It much more pleasant and enjoyable for both spectators and graduates. The stage was elegantly deco rated with stands ol flowers and green plants on enher tide, llehlml the Iront row ot Seats for the graduatta were three other rows In tiera for the accommodation of the Spring field Vocal Society, who participated in the Tocal exercises. The class consisted uf twent...

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. — 10 June 1885

saBBMWipBBWswawlla, "" ' ' '"m"','''m'm'''i HlHS.! .1 ti l 1 inT" GLOB! mgUBLIO. WEDNESDAY BViNDfO, .TtTNE 16, 18BS k sa !r Sr I" Mr lW ' -If Iv IP' sW - ! B5" Iv m i w& - R, W- '1 CITY MATTERS. The Supreme Contt ol Ohio hai derided that the tnx as collected under the Scott Itv, trom saloon-keepers, cannot be refunded. Okey and Follct dissented. Jerome Fasslrr left for New York today, Ralph Dartbolomew was In Kenton last night. II. M, Ileum tt left yesterday afternoon for Denver, Col, The Arcade bar wat "pulled" laat night after 10 o'clock. There will probably be no Mayor's court between this and Saturday. The police are tn citizen's clothes today, the better to play the role of detectives. Mr. Henry Iluslinell, of Cleveland, is look ing up friends And relatives in this city. Matt. Powell, ot Paulding county, Is In town for a lew days. He was one of the lfi2d "boys." At a meeting of the Mayor, Chief of Police and Marshal, at police headquarters yesterday afternoon, arrangements ...

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. — 11 June 1885

TWf & ! if J ' l J il " t f i J f Springfield 'rma Volume V. Nuiubw irj f .GlobMJRepublig NEWS BY TELEGRAPH SPRPTQITCELD, OHIO, THURSDAY MOBHING, JUNE 11, 1885. TltAMiMITTKn BT PHKBS. Condition or General (irnM The Queen ami Her Advlaora-I'reller' Beoord In Knglnml Clcnurnl Ne, Cnmii and I'aauatlira, Naw Yoiik, June 10. The elimination of James D. Fish, the ex President of the lite Marine Hunk, waa continued today before a referee at the Ludlow itreet Jail, on behalf ot Julian T. Lewis, receiver of Grant and Ward, to discover whether or not any of the tracii ot land and building offered by Mr. Fish were purchased with moneys ecured from the defunct firm. Mr. Fuh waa stubborn. The first question was aa to' a oumber of lots owned by Fish In Chicago. Fish said they were purchased by him during the past three yean and become angry when asked If they were purchased with mosey got from Grant k Ward. He blurted nut n - twice: "Don't ask such d d foolish questions." When questioned aa 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. — 11 June 1885

mm S3 m - ram BMAHDmNtMax f Hi Cincinnati CandMwta Ban. J. fj. ranker-He Haealvaar an -HJiaisisa, aaf to Kaaaonna to Call Make Two Nhnrt fiMtN to an lamiiiH and Knthtul- Mtle Crowd of People. Kennodj clearly hid the lead among the delegates tad onUlden yesterday morning an lrnmoTi flew thick and fast to the effect that Forfcker'l nam would not be presented. Careful observers estimated that the head of the old ticket If plaoed In nominatlon'wonld not get note than a 'two-fifths rote on the first ballot, and would' get' less thereafter. Bnt the shrewd Cincinnati politicians In charge 'of' Foraker's Interest circulated the' word that i Judge Foraker, accompanied bj more than one hundred delegates pledged 'to his support, would arrive at half past three and then prepared to gtre htm a hearty1 reception. Runners were sent out and Fora' ker men In abundance were prevailed upon to wait at the Arcade Depot for the train, and handsome Foraker badges were distributed anong the large, crowd pr...

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. — 11 June 1885

HrrlWW -:"-.',V- TTTi-'V, -- r-T - ' . . Mi , . MAST, FOOS& CO., SPRINGFIELD, O. .-L-.yjpp: ,jfilM, -iff... ,"; ftfeStei.- 4aflymR1 ifyiz , W , IHi -!!-aammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiHEiiwjaBS-- nK3HHBilB'KPi'?MHPS3!KBH9oH ""MHBBIE -SSfeOfosK r'ncjf JH -H 41 Bitckyt Fires Itlli :; perfect little) beaaty. The.llgh.eitran.. BlBrbeotfaBdichMveft i Lsrwa (fewer In thet market, Nff experiment. Great redactloa la.prh.es. 10, , iSf'ivaiMiiDiiaeKoauti HS-i'- Aim, MraufaeVtrsrs.o! tbe;, Buckeye How Reel ant Lawn : Sprinktar,flcky l-orce P""-. Buckeye. Wi ought f Iron , Fncii,H AD-i IrmTurkiieitWialli Eiiinee.-, 84 fer .Clroular.and. Price UU OVRSKLVES AH OTIIMBB BBB VA WhMan Okfotrant lowM' TUaka of Hpnn(Bldi The low State Regiiter, oi Df MoJnei, In lla ictue ol Jnde Stb, baa a tbraa colntan let.: tirilgnrd II. J. BuddJ devoted to Spring, field, auclal, industrial and political, from which we make the following extracts; Tbe other day I dropped down upon thli acmewbat tamoui city ot almost 30...

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. — 11 June 1885

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