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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 12 June 1885

m JSfj?r Springfield -Republic '."i f Volum V. RnAu 1A. f SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, THURSDAY EyiENING. JUNE 12, 1885. 1 TolsmaXZZI. Number lit. CfeOBE '--- --- f "I t i OWEN BROTHERS Indication. WasuiNaToif, June 11. Ohio Valley nd Tennessee l,ocal rains in Tennessee) fair weather In Ohio Valley generally wumar, southeasterly winds; falling barometer. For Lower Lakes: warmer, fair weather, soutb easterly winds and (ailing barometer. STATE G0NVENT1QII. Of the multitudes ot non-reildents the Re publican State Convention will bring to Springfield this week, a large majority an Interested In clothing lor the stronger hi, To all of these we extend a cordial Inflation to visit one of the largest, lightest and hand somest retail houses in the West devoted ex cluslvely to Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods and Hats namely: OWEN BROTHERS' Mammoth Springfield Branch. You can hardly (ail to 6nd such a visit in teresting, whether Intending to purchase or not; and If you should happen to have wants (pre...

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. — 12 June 1885

wmmwmmmwmm .tmitJmt S . vwi If llliSWWIIWi IHlilllUWfll i ATrtTiijiwMtfij4iiMifeacpwrt WWssBBsHmBssBww lMtffTM StM..!! sUBHaSSL ssVaHaiBsYaiYssi ssPVA3rwvrx Bill ? BR ' I'll III s.Sri wm il . I TO ! m -i : sag ? ii gj KS tr --.. :f& . W lJ5ffiiw.iS I ,--' i s;vi ,. H dvr i " 1-dt- J a, LQB1 RyPpBlfO, TyTBSPAy CVMmiB. JPOT12 v8ty GREAT CLOSING (HIT SALE IOFJ BOOTS, SHOES AND SUPPERS! To quit business. Our entire stoek, consisting of $15,000 worth of Ladie's and Gent's Fine Shoes and Slip pers, Misses and Children's Shoes, Boy's Boots and Shoes, and a large lineef Farmers, Kip Calf and Grain Leather Boots to be closed out without regard to cost, as we have determined to quit business. These goods must be sold within the next sixty days. As it will be but a shirt time until fall it will pay every farmer to inspect our stock of Men's and Boy's Kip Calf and Grain Leather Boots, as we must sell them at some price. Remember the place, NO. 54 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, J...

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. — 12 June 1885

fL,FsBMM sasjgfiHaWsw'as IWMWWWiWWWWWWWWMWMWMBhMWWWaipMMtMMw , ,, rHTiasass---a-s-s r'-(t'"iV?i ''"'" ' "s" " - V' 'ft"7 "-:"1 r ";, ; n- l-i ? FfMMMySSPaZi lg tj TTTiniir I hi i in ii ii i in. . ,.t ii i Tl !. ,f .in...' i , I..,, ,,i ' ,, f i i i i ,. n.lii, u in Ifcun! I ,',', '..H r'lT"J . ri llMiiiii i'ii iilil ii siiinsnii i l i ..TtTT Jfl.-7-i 'r.V'" lft;J '.,' vl GLOBE RE3?DBiaO.,THTatfinDiAX EVENING, JUKE? 12 1885 SPRINGFIELD ENGINE THRESHER COMPANY, MAmTFAOTURXatS OF . The Latest and Most Approved ; ' 'V: '" i MAGHIN a:V,'i W-". SfU. OF ALL KINDS, INCLUDING &" !,. . AND m THRESHING n ssssb WV JKrVW r. HHH iW flLf? Jl-r-. II . i rtH Li rrssJirV ik M' k ' H ijB! H r 2l-w 1 H r Kk. l BinEn3ffiTH,'!riTPi gBPMsK. r iprl5Hsfr JflRMMMHlHiHr 2MHR-BitH Jlw: ' vW jfiS vSBFi7HlPrlBrT k V faMH- r v. sris w I fflRHHIHM il uWifS9fi--1 BWiB EiaiaE"dHlr"a s7flDMMMsss9sjst lB sJ5 7llflPw&jBiiii7' l i-'rnWv-laiTH THE IMPROVED It bat been decided that Judge Amblrr will nominate Gen. ...

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. — 12 June 1885

wmm ryuwrow-a i --M H.,.. a i HBMM ! - .--"-i -T .. ! . II ! Mll ' M. I IM " II tiHi'mitij.nwmrt.mt,vJi'0'ji viVawrtMMiiiisaaiMiSsi wfi-,wn mmnwiw GLOBE REPUBIJO. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 12 1885. r rVS LOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED IY UNITCY, NICHOLS & 00., PROPRIETORS. IOK-RCPUBUC BUILDING, WEST HIOH T. Cor. Walnut Alley. T&RMBI ally edWon, per year, 'ily edition, per week. $7.50 15 centi. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, On 3 Dollar a tjba. t'i ton'., snlciHoni ihould be iddreued t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO., Springfield, Ohio. NOTICE TO EASTERN ADVERTISERS. Ui. H. C. 8TDim, 23 Park How, New York, Is the GLona-BzrtJBLiu's rcll reprnentattTe, to whom all Extern adrertlilng bnsloeM, mult be referred. TI1URSDA T EVENING, JUNE 12. TOMORROW MORNING'S UI.OHE-RE- rcnLic. An eight-paged edition of the Globe Republic will be issned early tomorrow morning. It will contain reports of the closing scenes of the Republican State Conv...

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. — 12 June 1885

laGnHlfl V GLOB1 KEFUBUfr ftMtJftgDAY EVENING, JUNE 12 1885 For mate Treasurer. To-day's proceeding! will be fraught with tents powerful lor the good of the party, nd the Contention ihould look to It that the beet men alone are placed In nomination. Apropoiof this we deilro to make mention of lion. Harrlton H'Olarran, the preient Treasurer ol Wayne county, wbote frlendi re desirous ot Mooring to him the nomina tion for State Treasurer. Hli history In brlet li ai follows! When only eighteen yean old he enlisted m h private in the 10th 0. V. I., and carried the musket for three nd one-hall years through all the eventful nd bloody history of that regiment. After being muttered out he took a clerkship In a grocery store In hit native city, Wooster. By diligence and strict Integrity he hu be come the head oi the largest grocery bouse In Wayne county. He has been seTeial times placed In nomination by the Republicans of tils city and county, and, notwithstanding the odds were heavily Democ...

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. — 12 June 1885

rs -VM Mp- 3L0BE ftfifrtTBIIO. TH0BSDAT EVENING, JUNE 12 1885 . Usss Match of Jnt Voraker. 1. B. Foraker was barn In Highland conntv, Ohio, Joly 8, 1846, and li therefore thlrtv-niae years old. His early days were pnt on the farm. He enlisted u a private in the Eighty-ninth O. V. I. at the age of Hf teen. He torrid In the field, with the Third Division of the Fourteenth Army Oorpi, Army of the Cumberland, nntil the dote of the rebellion. He wu; appointed Ser geant Aoguat 26, 1862. On May 12, 1863, he was comnlnloned Second Lieutenant, and First Lieutenant March 4, 1864. By Gen eral Order No. 97, o( the War Department, he was breretted Caplaln "for efficient service! during the recent campaign! In Georgia and South Carolina, to date from March 19, 1805." When he wu muttered out with hie regiment at Camp Dennlson, June 13, 1865, he wu (erring u Aide-de-camp on the sun of General Slocum. He participated in the following battlti: Hoov er's dap, Lookout Mountain, Mission Ridge, Iiuuard'i...

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. — 12 June 1885

Era HSflKilE QLOBX HEPUBUO. flmTBSPAlrf EVENDSTG, JTUP5 1S4MR. :: aiima - m LSISgg,- .- .- W Mi ai 1-?- -UsiS I'l.l t-iJ jK513 'WljiiiSiBi R-, r g ii "ik t. 1... ; 'f !1JWI.f Buckeye Frcr ff. It Is a perfect little beauty. The lightest ran- nlng, bent and cheap . - Lawu Mower In tl."V r6eTtperruiHi(. (jlreat reduction la price. 12, 14 and 10 lack at. Also Mi nufaetuitri of the Buckeye Hose Reel Md Lawn Sprinkler, Buckeye force Pump, Buckeye Wrought ,ltti; Fencjnfl, AMD Iron Turbine Wine" Enginee. Bend (or Circular aad Pries LUt TflE MOMENTOUS DY. Continued from Mcoad page oat to the Inspiring strains of the BUr Span gle Manner. Vice Presidents. Firat District L. M. Hidden, or Hamilton. Second District 0. L. Armstrong, of Ham ilton. Third District Colonel A. L. Harrii, of Preble. Fourth District Rev. D. W. Butler, ot Montgomery. Fifth DUtrict Dr. W. H. Harper, of Al len. Sixth District A. B. Smith, ot Fulton. Seventh Di.trict 0. B. Fowler, oi Wyan dotu. Eighth District J. N. Oreo, ol...

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. — 12 June 1885

GLOBE mgPUBLia THUBSDAY EViany G, JOT it, IBM THE MOMENTOUS W, Continued from seventh PI.) have been crowded during the Intermission, and the pump handle proem lias been carried t) the limit. There ll nothing to Indicate a pronounced chaoge In the sltustlon as to tbe lend. The Korakcr men manifest molt confi dtnea; at leait thejr make molt nolle. The Hose Club, at the meeting lull morn Infr, distributed aa the distinctive badge'of the organization fresh rose-budi, which were worn by each member, appropriate and Ira. grant symbols. Sup't Miller is In command at the Western Union main office, with thirteen assistants, six of whom are from Cincinnati, and has no fear of his ability to accommodate alt the cor respondents needing telegraph eervice. The elegant wreath mounted on a wire stand, ornamenting the table ol the chairman of tbe contention, la tbe thoughtful gift ol two ardent little Republicans, Miss Wlrtle and Master Freddie Frantt, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Frantz, of...

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. — 13 June 1885

jiM(jyjrSiBMMaataaiiaaa KfoMt iwiwww.iMtHiMUM Springfield Globe -Republic I'll 10 HI'ltlNUVIKLI CllaOItlia, I Volume V. Number UHI. f SPELNGF1ELD, OmO, SATURDAY tfVTENING, JUNK 1!., 1885. ITIJIJ Hl'lUNOI'l l.Jal ltlOl'lTlllIO I VohimnXXXl, Numlior 1UI. 1 Slo TXil aw JKJr It eft; li' MN W.J m i if p m f owen onoTHEns ImllrntlmiM. Wahiiivotov, Juno 13.-pHhlo Vriller and Tennessee Locnl ruins ijenftnllj-, followed by fnlr ivratlierj stntloneuy temperature) winds KcnirRlly southwesterly. Kor Lower l.nke ri)!loii: Local raltia; stationary, fol lowed by flight full In tetncrntnre; winds generally srmtliwislirly. MODERATE. A moderate iiinotinl or untruthlulness In mi advertisement Is better, but cone at all Is liettir still. It linsn't been our education to concoct such outlandish "whoppers." Oonsciniently wo are not leaders In that line. Hut in eo tar as Clothing, mm's, youths', or boys' neces sary oiiler-iovcring is concerned, wo are, ns niknonledgfd by an appreciative community, the len...

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. — 13 June 1885

MWaTTtWiniiTwBHialiMtLMMiMH VftMiP f&r-.: tX6seteveaewswtmvtmiami KMQI a - j..-L" " i -i i , . ,.. iaBKS3JB3ajJapjgajaaaiijjpjpijyplpljjjjpjjajaaHjajaj cwTr! !' I wv.,u 1' ', i -.i J ! SP QLOB1E BEPTOLIO. SAPtmDAY KViaNrNQ. JITNTi: 10 .G8B Mfflf "' '' i in ' mmmmmmmem0mmammmmmim n i i ' ' " i i i i w w i i i iibumiiii i Maife - ' " "" aMaa. ttKl 'I li Ull1 PIViMlPI IP This, from Major Hicklintn, of the Day tll,l IA N I NUS, when It can ho onfolecd lu n Mis. WSSI ' UJ D Vl liVll jDjIJ. ton Journal, is a manly utterance Tl u. ,; , if a n.l -l,.,r is (Uirl uouit solnu t.iuo ago nil illlteratu KH . ........... ...y ....... .. -.. -...... pusoner was senti eil to tail until ho BHMfjn " Tl. JniiPiiul ll!1,nw, nil i.-...l..na ..I,. til mililkil IL I iimi ll'lS Milt Hill' til (1(1 ' ..I i . i .1 .. . .'' . I 3K4U .,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, ;, ..."......... . ,; - - - n WOIIKI leacil 1110 Klllller UK' an. Ill .Xfll, rrr,l lnittli, r hn -rr m. HB K MSSIJ )A -V AN IiWHr-k .Y. smatlons about holding...

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. — 13 June 1885

!T wiiwnfiwrtiHwiiiiiwmiiiniimmBmnmijmMjKjmjn ijiiwi)inrtwiTwrrrnTmriw WWtifWHJUWWUMmaw I I - II Tj GLOBE-REPUBLIC. liilly i:lltliu. OAlLtr It K A Tit KK UKfUIlT OKTimtJ)(lTT, a, I.)IJD BT X. DIU.T, Kxi-aaiM.r ko Tim eiuiin-tiiruui.ic. Jlllio 12 'SAO Weather. "ealT 1- air. lair. fioii.ir Cloudy. C JOb I,,, i1 id i m fiw . m... n-M'i i. in,.. Mean limn R'ur. 75 . Itniper.lure i mud il itn In 1801 li'i 1jti', Ictoierature of iiiii In ixl 71'M.ovei. Temperature of tame Into n l ,r,i ahnte FPr0 CITY MATTERS. Tlio Ulmliiimii i;niiilrtr nva Hprlng flild lenK ciiteof the Itrpiiulicnn Btale Con rnlio'i Inn uimmcr thai lulcht be Imitated wlili jirofii ley Eoniu lnrjrer ton in. Mr .1 I". WINoh, ol llrcnilield, O.a late Crmluito uf NiUou'g IIiiih,j College, nfler a sliorl slny nt homr, Is nitreln with till many lilenda of this titj for a lew (luff. A little ten jrnr old dreiiRliter of Ouorge Ki run, corner of (Imnil nvenuc imil Monrro street, uas lailly scalded thin morning, Sho was tittliiRin...

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. — 13 June 1885

mt&mWUX GLOBE RtiPUBlAG. SATURDAY EVENING, JUtfE ID, 1986 sAfuCRSMVm rilv CITY MATTERS. Dr. (lforp V. Mooro li just returned from ft four weeks' trip to the North ntnl Wrt. Maiiiiiiii At Hi. l'anl pamormKe, June Hi by Itcv. Henry Tucklcy, Kilwanl Sweeney to Dura i:iey; botti of New Cnrltate, 0. A committee ol llie county Hoard of Agrl lulturo la hard at work today arranm,: the revised irrmlum list lor the county llr for publication, tt will be rendy In a few eek. The Cincinnati Knuulrrr baij: The Sl- tlon A I my nnd the Kcpubllcan Slate Conven tion were In Springfield at the fame time. Still, Satan grt away with the convention. Nol Satan got awayron the Convention Instead of "with. ' Aak "1'ickaway." The Salvation Army programme lor Sun day l as lollowJ. At 7 a. m., kneedrill in the bar.ck; conjuration aervlce at 11 a.m.! open air inciting nt l! p. m. ; Christians' meet ing at the barracks at I p. m.; grand sal a, tlon meeting at 8p m. liver) body Invited. A party Irom one of th...

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. — 14 June 1885

satauamsmamnvm JHK HMWMNMdBnMSWK 2il ' - ..... t'.-MS! Sunday Globe-Republic 'run MiitiTvj i.m m,i (Ji.oiii:, i Volume IV. Nuiuiser 17h f SPRINGFIELD, OITO, SUNDAY MORJSINQ, JUNK 14, 1885 ofiH WiL I 'Villi HlUlrfJI.UIi'.JL.I It 131 17 1 1 ,IO 9$ Volume XXX. INiimlxjr U7H, K r OWEN BROTHERS tiiillrntliitif WiaillNOTOR, June 13. Ohio Valley nml Tennessee Local ralna generally, followed by fair weather; atnttnuary temtierattirej wlnda generally aoiilhwiatcrly. For t,owir Hake region: Local ml in; stationary, fol lowed by alight full In tetnemture; winds generally southwesterly. HYGEIA ll an eiacling goddeja. KITiciency, and there fore succeai, in one'a calling, depend upi n adequate liealllij aud lieallh depends upon CO npltance with llio requirements ol hygienic law, chief among which are proper rVo I mid proper Clothing. It Is the. prorir.ru ot the When Clothing Htoro to tupply the lulu r requisite ai far as It cornea within the scope of Men's, Youlh'a, lloya' and Children' Cloth ing...

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. — 14 June 1885

f ar.0UEi2PiruLiu strttDAY mounlxc., .ttrtri. M ma. I: rtf PA1XT AXI) iovi)i:n INTERESTING INTERVIEW WITH DEALER IN COSMETICS. Vriulilfnl rintfilftirn nf rulntljig unil rmnWttitf timing Mm ork Umnoii -Khl' Imiui, ' HI tint, tin !nrrul,M Uun (litus "Moonlit ht I .angim!. Il-lpw W-rk (r. (Iileagn Trltem 1 I lont tipo any 0110 l)iit tho il iIpin In those guml lum tho fntntet etnmptl.m o( tho quantities of coMtiatle th it nre m-1 I In New York. If y,t walk ilmn r.nirlomth strvet mi i lirtght, miiKhhij .lay vou will Hjemich a !iumtr of ch ilky-fncMl, rmv cheokoJ, rhorrv-'lippo 1, blnpkvnl.rm ! Moinsn of nil ntie. kinds nti 1 eon hti-m a will ivnlly Mirtlo vm. If hi nil liti.,n y.m notice tho tb'ip-wniil'iwTi on thfl nmu tnMt you will olfrr. in at lent owry nthor onn the Rlowhiit ndvert-Wiiwut of mmim rtenm, or pow.Ior, or ll.piiil; mil IhmiI1 you hnvt any m.Mlott do ire to rot urn to ymir family with mt tho marks of a mii,rl--linmlnl cumlwit on ymir in'i'ion vm will Ih laileu with N.k, 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. — 14 June 1885

GijOBE KEPCTBLTO. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE U 1BB5 L. A FAMILY AKFAIK, fir ii vi ii von ma r Author ff " Oillfil Ihek ' ami ' Dark Diyr." UIIAI'TIIll XII luNTlNum. "I'erlinpi nol; but I'd Mler Inako sure. 1 ! h limit nil u iln.iti Hlinw, William." Wll liimulmjul uliliniit tiHiuiiQiit, ) IH u-i- t fir Mr. ( miliars had grently Incirawit. I'mtik li l( llu straw, Hint breaking off n p'wii villi llui empty mr nltnchnd, stuck It I tuiim Mi lii'lli. "In Unit tlio right length, Wllllnml" luuiHk.sl. "Hit (oolong, sir; butjou'll hnvodiownl Mm down iri.Ki- ,y tho (lino you get to Iliiiki r's " "All l (?lii.'' Frank pnesl out through Hie I'titonmlhrt V, illlnni opining Unit liu "mi I In) I iiiniiu vt M nt mm vf riiinu to tlio houso; inio lieu r ktivv if lio win In earnest or i hull ing like-." Flunk soon got rH of tlio straw which lio lin I imiiiiiliil f.r William') iiijstillentlon, nnd ii'iilml tbirixitijry w Ithout liny s'gns of horslness nlmut Llui. lio had nn inter tlcw with tlui light Jcggcsl ...

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. — 14 June 1885

w l'i'li'i'lllilll'lllliWIHlHIHW11 I1 'i ' .' mmm ., ,- - -i mwmmmRgmmm Tmrfteww'ftty-' &- I THE GLOBE RKPITBUOJLfeUBrPAYAlbHfrlNQ. JUNE 14, ia85--ETGHT PA4ML i..O . c 'SHF"iiHIHHHkBE fcaSi'.r; tAJj.. . ....,.,. ' a IV' -J N- V v" t u' ft.-' .X. 51 SITNDAT GLOBS-REPUBLIC Published Every Sunday Morning RM QL-RLPUBL1G BUILDING, WEST HIGH ST. Two DuIIhi'h lr Your, I'lvu 0'iU l'or Copy. , Hired ly Carrier lo Any l'arl 0 the dly. AdJtras all Communications to the SUaNDAVULOllK-KKl'UHLIC, Springfield, O. Eli- - -1 f U.MIA I MlllfW,.IU.K 1 1, I SIX. It III HKtTIIKK HKI'OKI ' THmLncAUTY, HHMIDIO BT 1. DlCBT, mmsniT wot thk LonirOBi.ic. June 13, UM Tern Wind Weather. ( a , i Gfi 3 E Kalr. ji m ci SI S Fair. ; .sop. in W 3 1 air. SO p. m . .. . Tl" 8 Cloil.ljr. K Mp m M 3 I'loudy. vteai. lewieratur 75 . remperature ot same d te In 1BHI Gt above. Temierature of saroa n ' In 18W 71 above. Temperature ot same dvto tn tss cr above zero. i Gov Hoadley will be drafted for a sec end rnre against...

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. — 14 June 1885

7 fwwm$mmw&M. WwmmiMm UAM Km GLOBE REPFBLta SUISDAY MOTIVING, JtTNE 14, J 88B--ETGHT PAGES. - '' ' ' " ' '-'-"' -vn - ff , " rifiinsryitfiaigai HAMIJIiKlt'S NOTK HOOK. urit.i I .si..i rrsmnM tiik ii'ckm1 ii.titri.HT or tutim, llittlinrcit ti ii .liiiirniill.tln UlrniiiT Niitliliii; l.lsn I It I' It 1 lioilulit Alnltlt llllt I tin ('mi tit n Inn iiin rriiiiilf.t lny In tliti iiiini ur iiit'ii)-iiin Hi nr inirjr Willi li llimNpriiul Out IIiiiHIhIii A limit tin- ( 111 ur ('uiitmitlutin Note.. "I stnrtcil out In urilo nn account of ft Jot? filil," eiilil n liriitlur ni'vietmiicr man, Jester ilny, "ntiil luforu I liml (jot tlirec llnee down, I toiiml Unit I liml ilrlftcil Into nn ntcouut of Home ton vi ntlon liicnlcnt." 1 liu nbjve c xprrsirs the atnte ol local (eel Inn xuctly. No one, inn talk, or llilnk, or wrilo nliotit ntijll liitf Iml the, phenomenal Btiteciia or Ihii Hitinj!llilil convention, livery onii ttns bo mil Bullshit! with the. arrange menu liml the uiij In which Iho bi...

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. — 14 June 1885

MS2M rf UM, OLOBE IH3PU1JU0, sOXNtfAY' MORNltfO, JUJSTK M 1805 i -I SB fit' MM - f; MaTm m m IP m mm- 'I lie IlllltOllllC. TiiKik nl tlio hiitlirlllrsl I'lirpifi'liM things' flow lill iho llont on their HCMiiiner wliutl liver Ilia mi lis nml nier the rn, Light n llioihinn iif n IhlMlcthc) pii. W'lioionro llui In Urn hint nl 1 1 ut-y irollnr, nlut nhl im tlio) lull' thuilii) mill tin- niiiin nf llic Tlmy ltultor awhile In tho lirlKhlwv, nml tllltl They iirovnmi frcim mir Ught mill tin) isuue not uifiiln Anil mi wc nro wonrlnl with roioriunl froiU, W hiitevtr tvo tin. It must In lit n cost: Mo lirar. in wo Journey, tho lrii'liiK nf I ours s Wo tsnr nn our fortluniln the tump of tho J car". lint look nt tho liittorllle tuiiutlful thfinrs llnforo lis nml mrr in thishlinr their mIiikhI It Jiin lie thu Mnl.tr wlm fushloiiisl ilioni tllll. lln ent thoitiir crcntuio8 0iiirniinl tn im. l'erhips wo tro slowly, when wo houM ho nwirt Tn follow thoctiitof tho roos, tlmt ilrlrt 1 heir pink mow ii...

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. — 14 June 1885

globe Ttmrifoio. sUfrbAVMoitymo. Slfisft U itf8s Cleetrleiil CiiilosltloH. "Aiming tint Intoifstliig ntllcles Hint wo soil," snld n dealer In tuloginphlo ntnl I'li'diicMl Hiiiitlii, "It tin Impiovnd connllng machine. It is ii xoiy useful appliance for superintendents, tolo giaph inspectors, mid others cnniicclfil xxltli telegraph construction nnd repair xvmk. It is n curious Instrument iitnl is nliinit lliii sio iiuil shape of a wtilch. Ciuuod in tliu limiil ix single pinsstun upon ix spring that It contains, i funds oho mill no on up to 1,000. It U used for keeping tnlly of miy kind, such in counting poll's, broken insulation, nuking inspection tallies of uiiitcrlals, Utf. "A curious name to nn Itnportnnt lilllu nrlirlo it tlmitntl-huiu. The mul tiplication of telegraph limit mnl thdr ctnihfctlnii with buildings of nil Mini, bus niiiiln a ihimnud for stopping tlio humming noise. I'lio piinoiplo of the liiitiiiiiictit is simple. An ordin.uy shackle o( galianieil Iron is picniili'il ...

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. — 14 June 1885

Tf tMRnmi. M 'fiUS GLOBE BEPUBLIO. BUHDAT MOltlflNG, JTJKE 14, 1 888. -EIGHT PAGES. 1Ht09W0SVmSnfjBPfwmMl H rf;ii. , 'iu t.o. r.nuhiK iiimI (toliix of .irliiAlle.lil 1'i.i.pln liiiel lliptr llnei!. T. K. lliirniioJ, irtirit'tnr eif the! (Incite', left Inst evriiini; for n rinnbliiril luislniss ntnl pleasure Irlji to WntlilnKtiin, lliHiiniirr, iitnl Ilie. nnlrrlnK pliurd on (Jli'Siii'nke li,i. I.tltlier Young 1! , who re-Hil Inn lust your with Mr. J K MoH.r, Inn nppni'il Hn tjlhre lit rr. nml tlartttl tint tn li'e. Mm. I)r McMillan, of Ml Vernon, Is iln KiifSI ol Mr'. Hell, of Small l'lum street. Mrs. rM. Zittlcr lms Kono lo Ml. Vernon, lo ultnifs ilio Krmlunlluii of hir sister nt the .Ml. Wtnon high scliou! Mr. Fclplo II tkrr tnrta tomorrow on nn extchilitl tiltie9 trip lo Ulilragu, St. I.oiiis uml Intermediate paints .Mmira. Nate I'lutt nnd 0, S. Wood, ol tvileni, O , vljtletl .Mr. Will K, VVtbti Inst vuuk to tnko Id thu Inn tit the V'iKum. Mm. Juliii Orntiile, ol ('olmiibiis, n th...

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