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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Springfield globe-republic. — 10 July 1885

3 1 ltt?lUtq(i y ift,giiwi win'i mm JS5agwwwaswwawti Ti - ,r Springfield Globe -Republic TIII'I NI'limOl'MMLII UTiOUt:, I Vol units V. Ptumtier HilM. f SPKLNGPJ ELD, OHIO, FRIDAY K7ENINQ, JULY 10, 1885. TI1JB Ml'llJPrOi;i5.I,I llUlUJIT,IO Volume XXXI. Number l-lii. OWEN BII0THEH3 InillciltliiliH Wasiiiviitun, July U For Tennesfo bikI Olilo Valley, generally lair weather, slightly warmer, soiilhwrstirly winds nnit becoming cooler westerly. MIGHTY BIG MONEYS' WORTH. To-day finds us with too many Mackinaw Hats. The timu for sellinq is too limited to admit of closing the lines at regular prices As rs customary with us at the end, or near the end of the season, wo cut prices so low as to make the news so generally interest ing to fine straw hat wearers, that but a brief mention in this column is necessary. Our lowest price for Mackinaws you'd com nuniy pay $1.50 for, has been $1, but in or der to clear the lines within the time left for selling, wo this day let down the price to 75c EACH...

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 July 1885

mmmmimmmKmmmmmmmmKmmammBummmmtKim flf&Q.1 IffMC I l HWiiW i Mi, f lata. ..,.. . . - ...f i f lt( ,tjlia)J),f ,r -, - - --- i - -' - 1 - -- . MWM. kj """""aw l I Vt -1 nsngymni GLOBE-REPUBLIC; PAILY AND WKEKliY. rUBLlSHED iV KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. CLOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH 8T, Cor. Walnut Alley. VICllMSi Dally edition, per yur, Dill edition, per week, $7.50 IS canti. Weekly Globu-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETl Issued Every Thursday Morning, ONE DOLiLiAl A TEAI. Ml communication should be addreised to H1NNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfield, Okie. MOTICK TO 1CASTKHN AV KHTISK118. Mil It. C. StTDaa, M Park Itow, New York, Is the (ILoBE-HKri'BLiL's racial n resenlaUvp, to hom alt Laateru advertising buatneaa, mutt be referred. Fill PAY VVEXINO, JULY 10. H1.III11I.ICA STATU TICKKT. Uuvernur t JoSKril I). FOKAKIR, Ot Hamilton County. I ItMitrtimit fJuvernnr l ltUIIKRT I'. KlMIDT, Of Logan County. .tllirrmo. Court .fudce l (IgOKME W. JlclLVAINK, 01 Tuscarawas Co...

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 July 1885

GLOBB KEPPBtJu, FRIDAY EVENINCt, JULY 10 1885 GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dully TXltlou. ItAll.t th,xiHt,H HMiunt .OkTIll Lm.t.ITI, Al mtuuHDID BT J, DIBIT, atVa.lPLT VOR TIIMHLOBI-KafUBLIC. July a itsa Weatbor. "l'Tr fair Clear p .in, in,, 10'ton. m . 2:.Wp. in.. t'HOp. Ul ll'.n 11. Ten iviml ;i h w" H H W H W 71 W MP" M Weau leiupeMtur, Ml riii,rature i .ami dite In I8"., 71 abovo. Temperature of larai i In 1KS3 01' above. Temperature ot lime date, in I w, 77 above rcro. I -S3 CITY MATTERS. Wnireti UW left lor New Yoik, last even ing, in Cleveland". Turn llogcre, very plain drunk, tu locked up Utt night lij OI1lctriCnltlwell inJ Hats. Dr. Ciunpu II was arresicil yesterday alter noon for fmt driving ntid cruelly to animals. I). F, Seuton, letter carrier No. U, has re turned from n short visit nmong friends nt Massillon, U. Mrs. S. I.. Henderson and her mother, Mrp, Ell Smedley, lelt for New York, via Clevc land, yi sterday. Mrs. Marie I'.twoll nad her KVandaughter, Miss Noruli Collier, ol liis...

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 July 1885

SM?ffis2rji?tii5i!!!55? mmatkwiexmumim! r GLOBB BKPlTiiUC. FHIPAYEVNING, .tUiA" 10 1HBB. 5SB3 m jKf55j CITY MATTERS. Jsmes llojle, ol llm Commercial Omette, Is In town to Interview iromlnent members of Dr. Leonard'! church. Tim Mitrs ol Hie riljr, with tlielr families, are enjoying a limkt-t picnic today on the campus of Wittenberg College. Jerri """l ltfl ,or UnlcaRf 'Jt eenlng to accept the position ol Trimllng l'lusense r Agent, of the Chicago A Alton roail. IM Vetera pleailej guilty In Major's court jriterJiy ntternoon to the ihargc of stealing chickens and was fined $5 and costs. There wilt be preparatory services in the First KngUsh Lutheran church this (Friday) etenlng at 8 o'clock. Preaching hy Prot. HosMnson. Mrs. Dr. I,. M. Potter entertained a small lamily party last evening at her residence on F.ast High street, in honor of Mrs. Clement, of Cincinnati. Mariumi Taylor Uussell At the First It.iptlst inreonage, July 8. by Ke7. A. L. Wilkinson, Harvey F.dward Taylor and Miss...

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 July 1885

Springfield Globe -Republic THW HI'IUNOI'IKLII OT.01li2. I Void mo V. Number u:il, ' f SPKLNQFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY KVlirrNG, JULY 31, 1885. I'X'IIE MPUINOPIUM) iii?iir it r.io l voium jlxxi, Number ill. OWEN BROTHERS luitlrnlluiis. WiMiiiMTiii, Jnljr 11. Kor Tennmee and Ohio Vnlle-y, oceisiionnl loeal rnlns, variable wlnjj, wllh itallonary IcmpeMture for Lower Lakes region, generally lair weather, Tariablo winds and nearly ttalionary temperature Wo talk of n class of goods to-elay ollcn kipped by advertisers. We leave nollilnjc to bo taken (o- granted, but bring everything to public notice. II things m keep arc worth keeping, the are certainly worth talking about. Wiiy link In the rear of onr store are many cheap, but very necessary garments all the same. Hut lew probably atop to think when In pursuit ol outer covering", called Overall!, Jumper, Waists, Dejlm Coats, Ac, that there Is anything to be saved by seeking first hands, (the manufacturers of these most necessary garments) an...

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 July 1885

GLOBJH KilPUBLIO. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 11 188D r S ,. . i i - ,.,. I I, m m m GLOBE-REPUBLIC. DAILY AKD WEEKLY. rUBLISHED tV KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. CLOBC-RCPUBLIC BUILDING, WEST HIGH 8T. Cor. Walnut Alley. TKHlMMi Dally tuition, pcrjeir, Daily edition, per vvek, . . $7.30 IS centi. Weekly Globe-Republic. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETl Issued Every Thursday Morning, Oiia DotiLiAi a 7 hah K communication ihould be addressed t KINNEY NICHOLS 4 CO, Springfiaid, Otil. NOTICK TO KASTK1U4 ADVhKTISatKS. Mr. II. a Bhtdki, 23 Park How, New York, It the ULoBK-KKPt'tiLic's special re roentatlre, to whom ll hattern AdTertlstDK Business, must be referred. SATUIiDAY EVEX1NO, JULY 11 Kl.l'UltLICAN STATU TICKET. (luvernur i JlMLI'll II. i'oRAKKR, Of Hamilton County. I. In ii tenant Governor! RoilKRT P. KiNKDV, Of Lojjan County. Stiiirt)tiie)Cuurt .lutlcw 1 (itORGE MclLVAIMC, Of Tuscarawas County. StRteTrfoteiircrt John C. Brown, Of Jefferson County. Attiirnojtleiitinil I Jacob A. Koiilkii,...

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 July 1885

BF-SiAJXi IfcCfSJMSiSWHWIwm M'uMginMrcNMVtiWMBS GLOBE JtEPUBLiu, SATURDAY EVKKING, .TULX li lbW GLOBE-REPUBLIC. Dally .12tlllluii. II til. I It II 4 Til HH ItMIOHJ toa THIS LOCM ITT, 13 IKXIItDlll IT 1. DU1T, rjair kk iiiiLoyE-PUiiLir. Jm r 10 iS8 JO in.., IU'30 . m 2l10 . Hi, Mp. in In an n t Inn Wind hi N 74 S W J N U N 1,1 S Weather. ( lear lair lair I air dear Mean touiierlurt TiL, Temperature i saint dita id PjM, 7(1 stove, letnperatiira ot tame it In loss tn hIkito. leiDperalure of time date In 18, 77 above scro. CITY MATTERS. Miss I.lilo Olimrr, ot Dayton, Is the R-jett cf Miss Kuilo Woods, of the North Side. Officer Wood till morning leceivecl a curd from J, II. Collier, marshal ot Wnslilnifton C. II., asking him to look out for a tin; liore, "trayed or Btolcn Irom that place night heloro Inst. The jury In the full ot Henry Drown vs. the (Jlclc Printing Co. camo In at 12 o'clock Inst night and rendered a verdict awarding $.5 damages to llrown. This suit arose from an neciden...

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 July 1885

V-WKSSiraKTE ifiSSSiEiSiiS ESBB55HS9t "5J fgjsaaii.iiL.jji niTYJIATTEUS. Tbe Dtjton Journnl sayi Chaplain Earn haw is ilowl tinklnfr I, V. Hjhlnni lies been rpRjiolutcil fott mm'tr nt Yellow Spilriji. Lai union tu the NtiltlliM lloiu. The Uuristlan Sablnth achool will huld their annual p'ctilc nt the Soldiers' Home, iMvton, Ohio, on TutiJny, July 141b,. l'ncei 80 cents lor adult) and 40 tents lot cbildriti under 12 jer. hail will leave depot at 8.15, nillrrftd time All are invited. rllte Agricultural llorcrtlN injunction Suit. In order to settle the doubts arii-lug In the Injunction suit, Oscar T Martin, Attorney lor tbo Trotting Park Association, seat a moa'enger to Xenia this morning with an entry allowing an order agalrst the defend ant restraining It from committing hereafter the nils torn plained of, but directing that the same should not apply to existing contracts made prior to the application. This entrj Judge. Havres has approved and the Grand Army Kucimpmetit, the Hicjcle ...

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. — 12 July 1885

.' . tzXis I r ( MMM4piMi SijndayGlobe -Republic jffiifiWtfdar8yiiiiiMiiiii'"j!w1' r Veilumo IV. IVtiiulior OWEN nflOTHEHB llttlli illlott. Wahimmiton. Jul) 11 -For Teiinesseontid Ohio Valley, occasional luc.nl ruins, varlible winds, Willi stationary tornp-Mtutefor Lower Lake re h'nn, generally lair weather, variable winds and nearly stationary temperature. SPASMODIC ! Thoro aro periodical spasms In trade, which, if tnkon advantage of by patrons, will onanlo thorn to procuro the most necessary arti cles of men's hoys', youths', or childron's clothing, furnishing goods or hats, at tho most advan tageous prices. Just now there's a periodical spn m in hats. Boftre stocking fji fall tindewo wish to close en tirely our lomaining stock in straw goods, ant to accomplish this ond wo lot down the prices. Tho host Mackinaws we've hard of under $1 50, wo've hold all through tho season at $1, can now bo bouylit for throo quarters, 75c. Seo entiro stock in window. All previous 40c. hats now 25c....

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 July 1885

OLOBE REPU33UO. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 12 18BB A .tflulil) .tlnlimull, I ma tlelur Hutu Ciin.ii of iM (n in inlnil, I titi i trtiimtrt itinM viirlisi iuhI litre: J hmn )iim tvliooil piiittito di pt'tulB mi nu win. I, Atnl I kuim iittuitlituf liiirilinpntucenrf. IIoiims iiiiiiiiuiIkiiiI I ilntm nu tuy own. Without It mints In uuikw tin in u hole; I lint ii Kiinfs nliki mu wrlllin fur in) utr tiliine, Anil ImU' )ilitlir( nml hooks Ii) tltetiem 1 liiitn horns ninl (utile nml bints of till (11111(9, Dm cr Ililii Unit bmIiii In the fens 1 lull chills nmilu of slltir, Ihim musical ( hum Ale iiiiiK'iut toplcim. oiilj me. 1 rule iiinlipiittcl, nikttowliilKu nn jx ( r ( I lin' inj Milijn l lire nrt known to mild), J or I'm K'liiKtif the mitecr), ntt.1 Mluitls (iki r, 1 III Mil tlliOllt two )ciir niil -I. II MiiikIiiicIi. romyroiii" n"is iulvtii. llm Item irktthlp I'mplnrr of t II lie Hnil llpiirl) "M Mini. Valley Collisc, tt riles 11 Nyack, N. Y., correspondent lo tho Cincinnati Timci-btar, is...

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 July 1885

nm 111 ijinii i nt-'Umi Uiilir v GLOBE REPUBLIC, SUNDAY MORKIKQ, JTJIr 12 1885 Heat t nml Hand. Billy foul, 'lit In iiln on purmip, 1 in ulic hisils nut ihn innl Unit vou n I -, 1) H c, nil mi frullli Ml) win, Unit In r lliouufiin mi. dm. fr iiwuj j 'I liiit, llmiiKli fur, liu her Inui cull Miiiiiimiiil, or whli li jou inn hum nivir n imrt? Jou mi) lunr-jiiii him touch lur white liuiiil! lie Ih in inir-hii touchi her lienrt. -diorKti lllntwje, In thu I'liititrjr. 'J hi) Hit Mult) I'IIcm. TliiTd lllllii liu lii tlinn i.oii it ptiiin 1 dim llllln 111(8 Jim iiutuMe, in tin, ruin. Siilil thu Ihn i) llttlu tllis in they hummed on tliu 1111110, To tlm Hi ri n Ilttlo llks who wire out In thu rnhi! "Don't u wlnlijou wirvliiroon this slduof lilt) plllie, liuli ml or out tin ro In tho mid nml the rain? Ami thi n nn must till jointure's dinner li cookliiir, TIioiikIi renlli unit trill), wo hnviti't Wen Innldntr. HUM tin' tlm i) llllln (II, r oiilsl.lo In tlm mill 'I o tho I hno Ilttlo lllrs In...

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 July 1885

raBHKK AJXV,V,,S , v-"t V ilWtWt.-liMll . V THfl (irflttK IHCPtTBUO, aUNPA.Y M0TIN7NQ, JULY 12 , 188B-.IS1GHT PAGK3. J i t I , ' I TT vhT Hi w I' V.I v 'J .I.OBK-REPUBLIC Published Evory Sunday Morning DBE-HEPUBL1G BUIL0IR6. WEST HIGH ST. re. Oullain lr Yer, Mvo OoiitM l'ur Copy. 1 nertd ly Corner to -4n Part of thi at. AdJteM nil Communications u the HUM) A V GLOBE.REPUBLIC, Bvrintrfletld, O. VaiA. t MORtna,.TULT19, ta$s. UJII.I U'XITHOH HISFOBT ros tuis toctUTr, vkvoidd bt j. dbubt, HIT t HL1 1-0TI1BLOB-?CBL10. July 11 18S. Tem Win Weather. a U . ni. .... .. ! N W Clear lOWi. ra ...... T' ' Kelr Jilu p. ra -.... 82 N Fair 6-SOp. tn ........... 72 N Kelr in M p. m SI N Clear llu Kti-iparatura 72. reoiperatut -I uui elite In 1884, 7r above. Temperature or unit lu IMS CS above. Temperature ei MM date In 1812, "7" above mix). The political aspact in Okie growt wearisome anil bleak because our ardent friends, the Democrats, do not com forth from seclusion with the usual fireworks on th...

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 July 1885

RAMBLER'S NOTK ROOK. homi: xtiiay .iiiturha rutin the HKm'S It.ilU I.NT Uf .Vl.. (latlierril hy n .linmiall.tlt- (lleaner In I'.r. egilimllmi. Ariniiiil the Cliiiiiipliin CUT -HprlnglleM'. l'ml(ii trom tlii Ciinven. Hull An lntc-lil.iu (Initio -A ll.eful I'rriiriil-I.ltprnrvi Social, Anl.tlc ntiil (Irnrrnl Note.. A Kcntlcinnn connected with the business ilemrttnt ot of a Cincinnati (iper, and whor-e bualnptj cl, , l0 cvcrj jmt, t,e $Mti rcmnrKeii, tno oilier elay, ol HjirlngfieM'n pro grew: "The two State convention! licM at Spring field gtuv iho city it wonderful notoriety throughout the Mute, and the boots the. re celred ought to bo worth $1,000,000 to her In the ticit ten jrar. Ilrcrjwhere I go throughout the Slate the name ot Springfield la on tho tongue of every one. If the popu lation of the city had been doubled In a (In gle night, tho increase ot Springfield'! pres tige on account ot the convention could not be greater. In place! where Springfield vru llttlo known, her name ...

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 July 1885

rntA- " i2iKij iiu. hut vJL. , C4L0CIE REPUBLIC. 6tJN"DAYMORNIKG,.Tl7LY IS 1885 i : i 4 A Dollar or Two. lhrniilloiiiitriiotri ml our war through Thin liilrlmtowoililnsnllicr rnlksilii. Miij fllll im our Jminif y In- lilu to view 1 tin lit in iildit fnruiir nilnllni nrtnii! No (Hi ml lufci limine inlnllnrnr twn, Tliiiiimli iniiiilrj or town us Jim uiss up ""' ilmm No tnflspoit eo good ns 11 miliar ol two. Wuiilil )iiur icnil jourscli mil of tlm liuihcloi ns w , Ami lln linml lit iifinmlinlliliillj sins tun iniint ulnnjsU rcmly the huiultouio to .In, AIIIidiihIi It urn) rout ou mlnllnror tun I or Uivii'h nrnms nro tipped with a dollar or Aii'ltlii litfl nlil ) oik mi Hint In nilMincliii! jour full Ik tliurk'nuciitelkkof iiilollnror two. ximiM von wlnh jour pvlMcnco with fnlth to lllllille, .... .Mulf nroll In the rniikBiif 11 snnetlflcd fi w, 'loinjnj nitoo.1 imiiiu unit a will cushioned 1 en Ton mint f re rly comoilonn with ft ilollnr or io: Von mill rlu nttliiHR, Hut tlm worst of n...

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 July 1885

. JM ff SJ. AWA,., iMWytaCatm auaMMaataMiw GLOBE TtEPOTiLlO. SUNDAYMORNtNG, JUT-T 12 1885 nzr v ( ' A FAMILY AFFAIR, ii r nv tut von ha r Author 0 Voile J ll.uk ' an J ' Ihirk Day) CIIAI'TIIK XVII -i.mmm. MM ClniiMin Hushed to llm roots of her Ii ilr. HIuni unit nliout (n ienk,butilit eked hiiMilf. "YounruMtlsilciliiowi"' ihuuskid line r it puiw. "Oh, j 11s miss, oil, I nm n aurry for you. You wire rhdit to trust line Not. n s.,t,1 vluill fuiKi my lips." "Hut jour husband I" "Oh, il nrl ch.denrl 1 must do tho liest 1 rnn. I iiiiixt U 11 him it i not ours. Ho will o to uiihiip) He's a Rood man mid n kind husliniid, l,ut jntlicr oxcltlilo. Iassiirojou, miss, lio vat full) torn until that sweet llttlei boy wtn his. 1 o u I w lum't, but I humored lilni, Kiln 'Hid thought tuiido him so liftppv. Anyway I Mould lmo loved tho Isiy llko my own. No v I pmnilso 3 ou tlicro t-liall no mot o trouble. Hut my jio'ir twin, ho will bo dlsnpioIiitci1 " " ill tiny sum of tuoiiay " Is-gan lion- trii-o ...

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 July 1885

rjs-J Mi Wffl fTiijrOTTri-iT -iMfal !""' I lli a., i jjj 'T EfcI pi m covwrr coftvioTioy, MntitliiM of Comity lleiiuhtlenn Ceiitrut Committee, Hitllirrinj, .lulr II 1'lnn Ailnpteil for Klertlmi C HeleKMra Ap portionment, i:ir, TIib member ol the Itfiiiilillcsn Central Committee of the county, seemed to lmv-o nr-rlv-edxl a. tacit undersUtnllnp, tint It I "two o'clock until ll'i three," and their mcellnRS called lor two o'clock generally open lit three o'clock p. m., as was the cuo Saturday. At the hour four or fire of tho old "stsnd bys" had leathered, and spent the time talk ing local politics, crops and the rest of It, the conclusion ar'lred at lieing that theyield of Republican rotes thli Fall will Ik; much bet ter than the crop of wheat now being har retted. At 3:I5 the committee was called to order bjr the chairman, John V. l'arrjn). Tho secretary called tho roll ol members and, allowing lor those whose presence was assured at tome time during the session, found a quorum present...

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 July 1885

riKJu.- irr isS!STiTPimmimm5 Springfield Globe -Republic m U'lll'l HI'llINUFlELIi OLOUIi:, I Volumo V. Number slo. f SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, AfOKDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1885. irriiE HiuiNOFiiiir,i itx3itniTxo 1 Volume XXXI. Number lis. N OWEN BROTHERS InillrnllnnHt Wabhiniito', July 13. I'or Tennessee and Ohio Valley Local rains; Increasing Boulh west winds; stationary temperature In Tco nesrc; Ion tr temperature In Ohio Valley. The Half In Mackinaw llnls at 75c went Hatnr ilny night. The oilier Imlf nro rendy. U'h tho lime to Imjr boat, when ne want to hoII most. The stock Id not cxhaim the; plekcmniit this week. A window fnl of liiiltiitloiis nt 10c your choice. Hoys' Mled Sailors, with long lilue streamers which were considered cheap nt 75c, nru 50c nil this week. Small lino in Hoys' 10c Hats reduced to 25c. n'c know or no other denier ho anxious to sell hats as we. Wo want more room lor Tall goods. Till week for men's and hoys' striped summer coats at !IOc, and $2 Seersuck ers for 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. — 13 July 1885

m esjjiiiiii. Wf''-jjrZ;l -r J V V, i GLOBE-REPUBLIGt DAILY AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED tV KINNEY, NIOHOLS & CO., PROPRIETORS. MOBE-nEPUBLIC UUILDINQ, WEST HIQH ST. Cor. Walnut Alley. TJ2HMSI Dally eJltlor, per jear, . . 17.90 Dally edition, prr week, . . 15 cents. Weekly Globe-Revublig. MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEETi Issued Every Thursday Morning, OHK DOIiUA A ytJAI. Ail communication should be addreied b MNNEY NICHOLS & CO, Springfield, Ohle. MOTIOK TO KASTKIUI ADVKKTISKKS. Ma. II. C. Bstdek, 23 Park Kow, New York, It the GLom-KxrCBLic's special representatlre, to whom all Eaetern advertising business, moat be referred. jtoyDAr xvExixo, july n. ltKl'UHLICAN STATK TICKKI. (lovernorl Joseph 1). FonAKiK, Of Hamilton County. Lieutenant Governor t ROIIKHT P. KkXNKDV, Of LoganCounty. biiprerueCourt Juris t Gcorrr W. McIltaim, Ot Tuscarawas County. StntnTrrnaureri Jons C. Btiow.t, Of Jefferson County. Attorney General l jACon A. Koiilkk, Of Summit County llunnl of I'ulillr Work l Wklls S. Joxes...

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 July 1885

aa: .'r.. S..-A H 3 GLOBB-REPUBLIC. Onlly Utittloti. DAll.t H HATH KM MMtOHt F0 TOM LOCALITY, A CODlD T , DIUIT, UriUMl.T F(l TMHII.OlMirUDLIC, July U, 1116. Weather. CUar alr talr l.t. Hate Fill (0a, m.. 10 win. n ... IliO p. tn.... '80 p, id.... iniwn p. m Mfanateinperaliirt 75". ramawrature I saua ita In IBM, 71 atiovfl. Teraperatnre of sain iM In IS83. 71' above, letiperatnre of umi data Id Iff I, M tint aero. I ... . i -i CITY MATTERS. Mr. Henry A. this morning. Williams left for Cioclnnntl Mr. Olllton Wharton, or Hun ilny In this city. Pittsburg, spent 'Sijulro frank Itljflittnycr returned lust evening from n tliteu weeks' pleasure trip nlong the Atlantic const. Mr. Hurin Clements, of Cincinnati, who has been the K" it ot Fretl Ludlow lor rer eral days pist, returned homo this morning. Iter. J. II. Walker, paBtor of the Methodist I'rotestant church, has gono to Pittsburg to ttend the annual meeting ot the Hoard of Ministerial IMucation, ot the M. P. church, and will be aluont ...

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 July 1885

iJrKlWwMmaMi WtMIMtllttAMM G.LOBE RKPUUUQ, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 13 1885. J l i CITY MATTERS. Tho Uniformed IMttlnrclu of this city liare received nn Invitation to take ltt In the laying tit llio corner atone of tho new Miami county roitrtLouse, at Troy, July 10, an event which is to bo ceU'liruteil with great potnii and circumstance. VA, 1'elers ami Hill Russell, ornaments ot HoRiie'a (Inllery, were turned out of Jnll to ilar, having absorbed their quota ol county provender. Tluiliavcs Franklin the Uobln eon Uruaoo of the situation anil he will be joined by his Man Friil ly this afternoon. W. C. Worlhington this morning filed au affidavit In ttlghtrnyer's court against Mrs. Kaplilnit Miller, of Kast Springfield, for sell Ing lhiuor to a minor. Tho offense was com mitted last Monday vvlien, it Is alleged, Mrs. Miller sold liquor to his nephew, Howard Worthlngton. Olllcer Norton this morning filed affidavits before the Mayor against Mike Kennedy, who keeps a saloon on York street, and...

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