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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 18 January 1885

it.j EECE GLOBE JEU5PTJBUO. SUSSEX teOBKma, JANUARY 18, 1885..HT PAGES. h O KINNANE. WREN & COMPANY 19, 21 & 23 Limestone Street, Springfield, Ohio. &&&&gx&si IMPORTANT SALE DRY GOODS i i i T "- $125,000 GOODS CARPETS AND WALL PAPER AT YOUR MERCY. $125,000 Having determined on closing out our stock of Fall and Winter Goods prior to invoicing, as has been our annual custom, wo slfell open on Monday next the largest and most Important CHEAP SALE EVEB ANNOUNCED IN THE STATE. Remember, the Goods are all new and desirable. One of our firm being in New York every month, yet we prefer clearing stock at any sacrifice rather than carry over to another season' Below we present a few of the numberless bargains we shall offer during the sale. -Aai--LJfc. .M. " Ttm nfl'lkT- m - WE SHALL OFFER THF MOST evrCDTirMAi dada. .. .. - Just imagine-Five pieces 23-inch heavy Gros Grain Black Dress Silks at 90c; you never saw better for $1 25. Six pieces 24-inch Satin Finish Gro...

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. — 18 January 1885

IlPISf E&mmBSaKa r-: ftXyr'"':icfmi TEE GLOBE HEPUBLIO. SUNDAY M0RNTNTG, JAKTJABY 18 188B THE CHILDREN BV THE SB. Ernest W. Shurtlea. I (It alone In the stillness When the twilight bat flits by. And I see tbe day's hut footstei -Fade down the western sky. And a star steals through the gloaming And tells that the night is nigh. Tbe misty meadows of We-tou Asleep in the valley seem. And through their quiet bum Wind the slumber lulling stream. And I loot, and love their beauty, ' But my soul is in a dream. I dream of a seaside village Where the winds blow sweet and free, I seem to stand on the iwaches. With the children that walked with ma; I hear their joyful voices. An 1 tbe mjuuJ of the pleasant sea. I see little fair haired Mary, With eye so dark and sweet; I hear ber lauzhter cheery. And the ripplin; wi,ve repeat A they wash away ii the sunlight The print of ber danty feet I see woe fair Daisy, And Georgie with sift blue eyes That are only two y rs opened From out of Paradise,...

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. — 18 January 1885

aft W&&. THE GLOBE EEPTJBLTO. SUNDAY MORNING,' JANTJAEY 18 1885 LIBBY PRISON. ITS PLEASANT SIDE DESCRIBED BY CHAPLAIN M'CABE. lien Who 1)1.1 Not Want a. Funeral Da fore They Died An Execution Or derwl Celebrating the Fourth "Sweet Home," Boston Globe. Chaplain McCalu amused and instructed a large audience in the Greene Avenue Meth odist Episcopal church for an hour and a halt the other evening w itli an interesting; lecture ujvm 'The Bright Side of life in Libby Prison." The lecture was made up of glean ings from his experience within the prison walls, and hence had genuine force, wit aud pathos. Ho said: When you heard the title of my lecture 1 imagine you said: "Could there have lieen a bright side to that life! If there was it must have been on the outside." There have Uvu many jlark stories related of that life, and I do not charge that they were exaggerated, but 1 shall show you we had happy days days whoa we forgot wo were hungry, days hen we forgot we had not sullicie...

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. — 18 January 1885

wm mJf smg&k' &&&' J fstn B2- TEE GLOBE BEPTJBLIO. 8TJNDAY A10BNING, JAJSJJAKT 18 1885. ffittttT FAGUML Ssr5 b- IN RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK. Oi.I.,4 PODKJIU OF SiTiMIS IT I sjf -iA-H OTMXJWJSF, Oatherr.l in Walks nnl Talk About the CtMmpInn Citj br One Who Rert Kte nuil Ears Open tor the llruetlt ot Cliam ptun City Itaaders. A prominent New York capitalist anil man ufacturer recentlv came to this city to see -what facilities it offered for locating a manu facturing business. Uavic? herd of Spring field's fine facilities lor manufacturing, he thought tnvcirblv of movicg bis n anufac tnrics luiGe-s here. He did not desire to build a matiu'actory, however, prelernng to lea'e or buy one alre-ady in ue. and tiansler bis bu-tness to it, to as to save the time which irould I involved in treeing a special bu Idicg. Witn this idea in view he enlisted the services ol a local real c-Ute agent, Tbe entire city was searched, eer manu factory and abop visited, only to find that not one...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 19 January 1885

rt'i'b&ZM TSW-TCH mmmM K t wsas s If- J&M. Springfield Globe -Republic Tin: f-iui-csKiiii-.i oi-i'E. I Voliimo IV. Numbor 307. I SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19, 1885 (THE HPIUNOFIELD I volume Nil iu rrtJr. - OWEN, PlXLEY t CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Fair, gener a'ly colder weather, followed in western por tion liy ? ig .t rise ot lemiHTalurc . northerly wind", fhitunp 10 ca lerly higher barometer follow il in west poituiu by Inner barometer. SPECIAL! ONE HUNDRED PAIRS AMERICAN JEAN PANTS SHIPPED FROM OUR FACTORY . AT UT1CA, JAN'Y 15, 1885. WHEN THEY ARRIVE WILL FIX THE PRICE OWEN, PlXLEY & CO., Clothing Manufacturers and Re tailers at Wholesale Prices. 25 & 27 West Main Street, Springfield, Ohio. PIANOS. BEHNING These Renowned Pianos are kept in all the different styles by R. F. BRANDOM & CO., T-l Kellv -A-r-eiirie. M'KINGFI EI.DJMARKKTS. COKRIvCIKD BV ClIAS. W. P.1YNTER 4 C. Wednesday, Jan , 14, 1S85. PKO"iMOa. BcniR 'iOc; choice scarce. E,o8- ...

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. — 19 January 1885

E'll'Xin GLOBE REPUBLIC, MOOTATf EVENING, JAJTOABY 19, 1885. &&CBBmGV9 5BE GLOBE-REPUBLIC. BAM AND ff EEK1I. PUBLISHED BT KINKEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. 3LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIOH ST. Cor. Walnut Allay. TERMSl Daily edition, per year, Dally dltion, per ek, $7.50 15 cants. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a yEAi. A3 communications should bs addressed tt KINNEY NICHOLS L CO, Springfield, Ohio. XOXVA1' KVKMG, J AX 19. Mr. Vanderbilt has got himself preatly celebrated for generosity to Grant without its costing him a cenL St John has commenced the canvass for 18SS in the Northwest His friends ad vertise him as "The Immortal Effigy." Mr. Henry Watterson is said to sleep a little now on his elbow since Randall's horrid apparition ha; vanished from the South. Mr. Blaine has been permitted to remain reasonably quiet for two or three weeks. He is industriously at work on his second volume. George C. Miln deserted...

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. — 19 January 1885

SsesM ISPS GLOBE EEFUBLIO. MOND AY EVENING, JANTTAKY 19, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Daily rcaition. HAii, urniiirK itai oux rOK THH LOCAUTV AS KKCOftDKO BT 3. DSURY, KlrRKSSLY FOB TUK OLOr fc.HEPCBLIC. Janeary la, 15 Tc Hin.i i Weather 6 30 a. ni 10 SO, in 2 SO p. iu 6:W p. m.. 10 10 p m W I Hair. lair lair Fair lair h W su eu ten )raturt 3. alwra u ro. leiufierature ol'UuieUaW in IsM, 29 stove Temperature ol saniedtc in 13, 31 aldose I- wr(nrf f itmr dt. In It.-. ,:s 11ns lilht 7ith anniversary of "(old lYUay " The icemakers are al work to day tiarekauded Arctic jcwelr Uno cheap aud lashiouable CITY MATTERS. Ice is already ovr four inches thick in this vicinity. uapiain A. J. .Martin, ot .Mecuinicsburg, is in town to-das. Will G. Uoss, ot Kenton, formerly of this city, is at the Lagonda IIoue. Mr. William U. Falls, business manager of the Midnight Marriage Company, is in the city, stopping at the Lagonda Houe. The crystalmng ot iron fencing and espec ially of wire sign, by the recent sle...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 19 January 1885

MIIHSHHHDHHHHHIIHIISiwBi GLOBE KEPIfSLlC. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19 1880 CITY MATTERS. Tbe Charles A Licondn Hoiie. finrdner com punt is at llir Mr (ieorge 11 Hrown, o( I'.jstou, Mh in the city, the Ruet of Charlt S I,vinau The Acme Club will Rive ft Iwll tins eicn mc in honor of Mr. Jonas For, of Richmond Indiana A party was givtn lat evening by Mis Minnie Adler at her home on South Market street. A large compan vt pre-ent and enjoyed themselves hugely by dancing and other amuements An elecant supper wa3 served about ten o clock The Lexington conference of the M. E church will hold its annual session in this city, beginning April 2, and will le presided over by Rev. Thomas Bowman, D. D., L.L. D The meetings will be hild in Wiley M E. chapel. It is expected that ab. ut 100 mins ters will be present. Miss Anna Veil leave the city to-morrow afternoon for ftome, (5a, having accepted a very flittering and unsolicited offer from the directon ot Shorter College, to take charg of the voca...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 20 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic tux:: nTin-irna:L.i GIX11E, Volumo IV. Nurabor SON. SPKLNGFIELD, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20, 3885 JTHE SPRITHCUPXHIT REPUBLIC 1 VolumoIII. Number :os. , OWEN, PIXLEY t CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee Kiiir, weather; Ohio, partly cloudy weather, local rains or snow; Tennessee, generally warmer, tariable wind", lower barometer You duplicate our qualities In reality jou don't. Why iloyou pass- the flam- lugadiertiseis' .".((clean Pant ami so readily take to ours at !i()c and a $1 .' Tliej must be like our 2."e Brown Duck Derails "X. .'." "IN YOUR MIND" Ton II nil among: the ordinary dea lers quantity to select from and prices equal ly as loir as those natned by the lnnnu facturirs. In reality jon don't. Why do jour prerercnces lean toward bouses ttliod.-iiianl strict rash payment instead of being; long-time tickers .' '"IN YOUR MIND" iou llnd other Clothing; Houses selling; their own nittuuracliired prmlncls at strictly one price, without deflation. In ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 20 January 1885

mmmm GLOBE BEFUBIIO. TUESDAY EVENING," JANTTABT 1i'ITO.fNBl GLOBE-REPUBLICi DilLYANDWEEKLI, PUBLISHED Br KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. tsLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut AUty. TKIUISl Da,'ljr edition, ptrjfar, Dalljf edition, per week, $7.50 IScsots. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLDAI? A TEA. A3 communications thoUd tx addressed te KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, Springfield, Oh!. TUESDAT EVESJSG, JAS 20. King Alfonso is siill visiting the earth quakes and apparently doing everything in his power to stop them. The question was up yesterday in the Cincinnati courts, not as to who struck Billy Patterson, but whether Billy Patter son himself ttruck a man by the name of Kimmick and killed him with a teacup. That is, Billy is on trial for murder. As we predicted, there is every proba bility that the bills of the two houses on interstate commerce will go to a confer ence committee and perish there. That is no doubt under...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 20 January 1885

GLOBE REPUBLIC TUESDAY EYESfETO, JAUTTAKY 20, 1886 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally Edition. iUlLI H KATHf.lt HKIOHT KITHISLOl'lUir. IS UCOIDID BI 1. DBCKT, KXrKKSSLT FOR TUK ALOFK-UKPUBLIC. January 19, issi. Wetlie. 6:30 .ui.. 10:30 . io.. 1:30 p. iu 6:S0p. ui.. I0:S0 p. m Haiy Fair. Kalr. Fair. Fair. Mean leuiperalure.4.4 soots tent. Temperature of same date in ISM. 20' aboie. Temperature ot mm -Kt. Id 13, 31- above. temperature ol sainf date In 1V. 29. CITY MATTERS. Mr. Louis V. Denis, of Cleveland, is at the Arcade. Mr. H. I.. UhHnman, ol Jackson, Ohio, is registered at the Arcade. Mr. Neil C. Kerr, traveling agent of the Q. & C. Route, ol Cincinnati, is at tbe Arcade. Messrs. U. V. Owen and O. D. Klinefelter, of York, Pa., are the guests of Sheriff linker. Messrs. Iey and Abe Jsorg&nroth, aud sif ter. Miss Sarah, ol Itellefontaine, were in the city yesterday and attended tbe Acme Club ball last evening. Some strong business men, with plenty ot capital, are coming here from abroad ...

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. — 20 January 1885

nn GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20 188b CITY MATTERS. Oflii-rr Charley Hass is able to tie out again after a few dajs' illness. Mr. Charles Driscol has returned from a trip to Kentucky. Ah there, Charley! Miss Bertha Whitacre and Mr. Lew Hess, of Troy, spent Sunday with Miss CartwriRht, of South Yellow Springs street. There are still a Jew good seats left for the charity conc-ert Thursday evening, but they are going tast. Now is your only chance; secure tbem while you can. Miss Xichols, daughter ot Chief ot Police Nichols, of Xenia, visited Mrs. J. H. Korts, of North Yellow Springs street, la3t evening returning home this morning. "To be or not to be! That's the question!" Whether it's better to stay at home and smoke five 10c cigars or attend the Charity Concert at Black's, Thursday evening. The State board ot school examiners yes terday granted W. H. McFarland, ol the Yellow Springs public schools, a ten year's State certificate. Ten life certificates were granted. A c...

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. — 21 January 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THK urUINGFIEL.I GTjOIlE, Volumo IV. Numtoor 3l. SPRTNGFIEID, OHIO, WEtDWESDAX EVENING, JAJTCTARY 21, 1885 TME HPUINOPIELT) REPCllTIC Volume 3LXJC Number 3U. OWEN, PIXLEY d. CO. Ohio Valley and Teunesec: Fair, weather; Ohio, partly cloudy weather; local rains or now; Tennessee, generally warmer, variable wind?, lower barometer THIS ID THAT Means n little f everything, and not much of anjthlnjr. The lines we refer to to-day are on this order broken linc, lines that hate lost some of their sizes, bargain goods. I JTI IQ Suits, odds and ends of a dozen or more lines and reduced in price from $2.50, $-, $3 and $3..0 to an even two dollars, jour choice, is onr way ofdoiog a SO per cent off busi ness. ""l A T Line or odds from I 1A I another shell (better roods) reduced from $4, $1.50, Ac, to $3 per Suit, are surprises to patrons and competition. "JIQOne remaining Brown I rilO Newmarket Overcoat re duced from $15 to $12 will probably be gone before you get the ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 21 January 1885

fc.'1?BB WBFUBUO. WJn18IAT BVJfilNG, JAmTABT 21 1885. J" -vor GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHES) BT KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. GLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WESTHIQHST. Car. Walnut Alley. TERM Si Daily edition, per jur, Olil edition, per week. $740 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I Issued Every Thursday Morning, One Dollar a TJea. AD communication! should be addressed ti KINNEY NICHOLS k CO, t t rt , , ... tpr)iMt- Okie. i - WED.VESDA 1' Sl'EJ2fO, JA.f. 21. They are carrying steerage passengers across the ocean now for $10 a head. Bat this does not include board only lodging. The rascals will go in just six weeks from Wednesday. Dayton Daily Democrat. Exactly. You tell the troth, but your punctuation is a little faulty. A comma is omitted after "in." The Democrat" ot the house are in a frame of mind not to let the Grant-retirement bill pass; and the chances are that it will be smothered by indirection that is, by a refusal to take it up out of...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 21 January 1885

;,!, rv54J 7L! iidi9 KS&m GLOBE BEBIJBLIO. WEDNESDAY JEYT3STLNG, JANUARY 2l, 1886 ' ' in. ' &&3S3 imssi GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dnlly Edition. nXLI' HKtTHfR RtSIVKT rOI THIS LOCAUTT. AS RKCOKDKD BT J. DBUXT KXFKK3SLY FOB TU HLOBK-KirUBUC. January 20, ibti Teu H Ind 0 "s W 10 8 W i: s w 10' S V 6 S W Weather, Flr. Fair, l.t llaie. Cear. Clear. Mau te ur.iur- 8 iU)T aero. Ttui?raluie of eamedstein 14. a sbove. Temperature el aamt I 'te In 11, 35 above, temperature ol Hnr dat. In istr.TT'. CITY MATTERS. Uushman, the artist, whs at Urbatia jester-day- Mr. Frank Drown, agent ot the Hearts of Oak company, it at the Lnpon.U House. J. E. Smith 19 tramping his native sod in the vicinity of Yellow Springs to dar. Miss Nellie Johnson lett to-day to attend the Arondale Aisernblv at Cincinnati. The Lily Clay Adamless Eden Company stopped at the Lagonda House while here. The man who always wants to leave the Grand Opera House by way of the mirror, was at it again last night. Mrs. John S. Barr...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 21 January 1885

i.ryyw CITY MATTERS. Mr. Fin Hamilton has returned from a Tiiit to his home at Milao, Ubio. Officer Norton's wile was somewhat worse this morning, hut it is thought she is out of danger. Mr. 'Williaaj C. Cameron, agent of the Dominich Murray Company, is at the La gonda House. Twenty-fiVe cents admission to the gallery at the charity concert January, 22. Let ererjbody come. Saul Uarrer was arrested last night by In spector Bjyd for raising a disturbance in Hubbard P. George's saloon. The admis ion to the gallery at the charity concert Tnursday evening will be twenty fire cents. Fill it full, and help so much to feed the hung-y ol our city. Herr Hanbael Koetter is master ol the king ot instruments, the violin. People are rag ing over his playing where he has appeared. Hear him at charity concert and help the poor. Herr Korthener, ol Leipsic, is a lion mu sically. His piano playing is simply won derful, so say the critics all over the world. Don't miss the charity concert, or you 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. — 22 January 1885

rax?i Bm Springfield Globe -Republic the -xuivc17,i:e:l., globe, Volume IV. Number 3IO. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 1885 J THE SPRINGFIELD ItEPUMIIC I VolumeXIX. Number tllo. . OWEN, PIXLEY & CO. Ohio Valley and Tennessee : Fair weather; generally warmer, variable wind?, lower ba rometer. Oneoflbe Oijecls in selling Clothing and Furnishing Goods so much below prices named by competition is, to draw your at tention; another is, to get your money. It's a fair way, isn't it? Vour attention and our advantages makes business, een in a dull time. How much Clothing would be sold outside if people Knew what we are doing now, and hare been doing every day since last spring? We attempt to tell each dav, but find it im possible to keep pace with the many changes sufficient to detail. Boys' Flannel and Union Waists are here probably more than any other place. A fully equipjied Children's Department necessitates keeping all these little fancies. Little Tads' Velvet Caps ...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 22 January 1885

OLOBK KKFUBUO. THUItTOAY BVENIITO, JACTTABT 28 18- GLOBL-REPUBEIC. DAILY AM) WEEKLT. PUBLISHED BY XHTCTEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. tOK-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH tT. Car. Walnut Allay. TERMS! Osilj aditlon, par year, Otlljr dltian, par wstk. $7.50 IS CMtl. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHE DOIjIjA A TEAI. U cofflOuinlcatioM should ba addrautd t KINNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springflald, Ohio. TBURSDAY EVEX1AG, J AS 22. Senator 'Woicott is snid to be willing to be lieutenant-governor. He is all gold and a yard wide; but we are afraid his railroad sympathies, as manifested in the sixty-fifth general assembly, would not reconcile the farmers to even the first syllable of his name. Flamen Ball, the old law-partner of Sal mon P. Chase, died in Cincinnati on Tues day. Mr. Ball was an honorable lawyer, a genial and, courteous member of society, and a patriotic citizen. But his chief title to distinction was his membership of the old law-f...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 22 January 1885

LvBJ fC. .! -ei-- mtik GLOBE REPUBLIC. THURSDAY EVEOTG, JAITOABT 22, 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DJLIVk HFATHt.R KKfOKT rOlTUlSLOCAUTT. AS BBCOBDBD BT J. DBCBT, EXPBESSLT FOB TUB HLOBK-BEPCBLIG January 21, iS6 iv. W luu lm. e.SO. ni. 4" NW "clear. 10:SU a. m .. S W Fmlr. 2:S0 p. m f N W Fir. 6:S0 p. m 0 N W Clear. IO:Mp.m 8-0 NW Fair. Mean louiperaiurv 1.6" above xero. Teiuerature oi Bam date Id 18f4, 3 abor. Temperature ol Bame lite In l8S, 3 above, lemper.tureol same dati lSg-.SS Temperature at 6.30 this a. m., 16 below zero. CITY MATTERS. Mr. W. T. Bishop, jun., of Cincinnati, is at the Arcade. Mr. EJward R. Dates, of Louisville, is at the Li?onda House. The station-house slte shows that rests were made last night. The Pat Uoonej Combination arrived this morning and are registered at the Lagonda House. Mr. W. C. Rinearson, traveling passenger agent of the P, C. k St. L, is stopping at the Arcade. The old gag about "stealing everything but a red-hot stove," doesn't hold good this weather...

Publication Title: Springfield Globe-Republic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 22 January 1885

ma GLOBE EEPUBLIO. THURSDAY BVUNIKGJJANUART 2231888 CITY MATTERS. ROUSE AND PARSONS; CHAS. LUDLOW. CHAS. LUDLOW Detective Kirbv, of Dayton, is in the city. I IMMENSE Wk JB IMMENSE Jgk MM IMMENSE J1 IMMENSE WLM IMMENSE IMMENSE IMMENSE ! IMMENSE IMMENSE ll IMMENSE IMMENSE f IMMENSE ff IMMENSE JJ IMMENSE IMMENSE IMMENSE IMMENSE IMMENSE Mr. S. Fel. of Fcls .t Co, Philadelphia, prominent manufacturers, is at the Arcade. Has In Stook a Full Ltne of Mis3 Xfllie Johuson lett this mornioj; for t'incinnati to spend a lev days with her sif ut, Mrs. Mitchell Burton. Horse Medicines. Kendall's Spavin Cure, (JombaiiU'g Caustic Balsam, Snarkliall's Specific, St. Julian Horse Powders, London Horse and Cattle Powders, Stonebraker's, Fronefleld & Miller's, Foutz's, Sloan's, Arabian. A Full Line of Prof". Going's Rome dies, Gargling Oil, Mustang Liniment, Centaur Liniment, Carbolic Acid and Soap, Tincture or Arnica and Marigold, Zinc Ointment and Vaseline. 55 EAST MAIN STREET. iiisria OF MEN'S MED...

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