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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 June 1892

WlffT'P7 " - ' 1 T- - m sces'-- r- r. lr t - w vm.it. - - - - D- The Globe-Republican. The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. J rnnolidited 18S The FORD tO. REPUBLICAN, " ISifi. 5 n01ul'lteu. '-- DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 36. . mJ J J iiiiiin Mini iP ' ',' 1 , wJI il JLJL1 JL yie have just received a full line of the justly celebrated Thompsons Glove Fitting Corsets For Ladies and Misses. a Thompsons' Glove fitting Nursing Cor set is the most Complete in U 111 H My iu i55E5S HrMB cewuime "m BMUIflni the Market. The Summer Corset is just the Ladies Ab- made o n ci p 1 e s for Also a full line of Gasre-Downs, Chicago Corset Waists. Special Sale tlaie "WeeUs LADIES LIGHT WEIGHT Walking Jackets and Capes Greatly Reduced Prices. Respectfully, STRANGE & STJMMERSBY THE Central Grocery Is still leading- the mammoth and endless PROCESSION With the largest and finest stock of Fancy and STAPLE : Fresh Coods Fine Lamps California Fruits Fine Soap...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 June 1892

fsippifssswjsfasssf!? F". Tj''" ' "- -5 w- Lr " '3" a csTrar4erew ft u ft Jhc (5lobc-qiuMirnn PUBLISHED BX THR GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, - - Kansas. A new. play is called "The Cfeeck Book." "It all the parts are filled mp properly it ought to draw big money. Adversity, like winter weather, is of use to: kill those vermin which the summer of prosperity is apt o produce and nourish. So, "Anxious Querist." A coal baron ought to be one of nature's no blemen, but he isn't Far from it, dear friend a million miles from it! Tmstlndians arc complaining once more of the bad faith of the Indian jagents. A few more ghost dances are .necessary to draw attention to the red man's wrongs. Why. grumble at the small amount of blood shed by the Borrowe-Cole-man-Milbank crowd in satisfaction of theirhonor? There was quite as much'iblobd shed as there was honor to satisfy. If the ferocity and endurance of Anarchist Most's jaw had been located in his. arms he would be a useful man at a stone pile....

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 June 1892

-.-&- w ??- wsvao? !h vB w i.- IS. TWO-THIRDS. Will Cleveland be Able to Get it Quick. Gorman Stock Appreciating, and Likely to Amount to Something First Ballot likely to Give Clereland 450j After That, What? Chicago, June 2t. The Gorman move ment, of which tho press has aaid so much, received a new impulse when Senator Gor man arrived with his lieutenants. A great deal of work is going on in Gorman's inter ests, chiefly about New York headquarters. There are really two parties behind that movement, one sincerely anxious to make Senator Gorman president, and the other sincerely anxious that somebody else shall not bo president. If the two can combine, it will become a serious factor in the conven tion, but they have not as yet. You can see these same two forces at work for Gray, Mor rison and others. It seems that a similar campaign to that of Minneapolis is projected, with the difference that Harrison had to have half the delegates, while Cleveland mast get two-thirds. Louis J....

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 June 1892

3j5J f flUff -Vi rVM MWfllllll I I I lllllll MIUBMIJ IIJUHI , ijjr r - t The Globe-Republican. Entered at the Postoftice at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission through the malls as second-class matter. Sates efS-iitescriptiesis (In Advance.) One year. $1.50 Six months 73 Three months 50 Single copies .5 W. C. SHINN, Manager. MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1892. FOR STATE SENATOR. Since Ford county has chosen a strong delegation of her citizens for the express purpose of urging the Ashland convention to nominate Hon. E. H Madison for state senator, it is proper that we give our neighboring counties some reasons why Mr. Mad ison should be the nominee. Above all other considerations is the fact that he has the abilit' to make the influence of southwestern Kansas felt iri the next legislature as it never h's been before, and is not wanting in that broad statesmanship which will enable him to comprehend that it wiil be his duty, if elected, to fight the battles of the entire district, and see that th...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 June 1892

p&n?v?Z'. ErT . m J-: "?'.v" 'f. The Globe-Republican. :; ; ) RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GOING EAST. New York " No. 4 Ar. 3:45 a. m Chicago - No. 6 Ar. 7:15 a. m Mo. River " No. 8 Ar. 435p.m Way Freight .No. 4C, Dp. 5:00a.m GOING WXST. Mexico & Spu Diego Ex. No. 3, Dp. 2:25 a. m Denver & Utah Ex No. 5, Dp. 11:05 p. m C3loradoExpiess No. 7, Dp. 1:50 p. m Way Freight -No. 43, Dp. 5:50 a. m F. Gardner, Agent. CUICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RY. TRAINS ARRIVE. N3.23,Mailand Express 11:40 a. m N. 69, Accommodation, 12:10 p. m TRAINS DEPART. N.24, Mail and Express 4:05 p. m N. 70, Accommodation 8:50 a. m train 70 makes connection for Meade and liberal. J. II. Phillips, Agent. DDGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD RY. Trains Leave from Rock Island Depot. No. 1, Accommodation No. 2, Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. in .Ar. 4:00 p. m POSTOFFICE HOURS. On and after October 1st, lgftO, the fol...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 June 1892

fWfWW U-J & CHAJTER XXX. Stuart Harland anticipated finding his man in the rear apartment of the res taurant, and he meant to remain there as long as the fugitive did. The young man had no thought that he was ventur ing into peril. The instant he appeared in the rear room ho was set upon and overpowered y the men assembled there. Stuart saw too late that he had walked Into a trap, and although he battled desperately, he was dragged down a flight of steep stairs, through a dark passage and into a cellar-room. The young man's captoia dashed him down heavily upon the earthen floor, and as he lay partially stunned they hastily retreated and secured the door of the cellar behind them Stuart regained his feet and threw himself against'the door, striving to open it, but all his efforts in that direction were vain, the door would not yield. Ho could not open it. Seating himself, Stuart reflected upon his folly in rushing into danger. Pres ently he heard the sound of footsteps on the flo...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 June 1892

t-vj:2 ? . fc.r? ' 7 "" .'- V 'X TOM VV'-V ir-Vfjf ' ,' '-xv''v xa f 4 taer - V EVERY PLANK Of the National Platform Tersely Told. Tuese are the salient features of the platform on "which the republican party proposes to carry the coming election: We believe in the American dottrine of protection. We believe that articles, except lux uries, which cannot be produced in the United States, should be admitted free of duty. We demand that on all imports com peting -with the products of American labor duties should be levied equal to the difference between wages at home and abroad. We ask the people to pronounce a verdict upon the cowardly course of the democrats in attacking the tariff piece meal. W6 believe in reciprocity, which has opened new markets for the products of the workshop and the farm. We believe in the use of both gold and silver money. We demand that every dollar, whether of gold, silver or paper, shall be equal to every other dollar. We believe in an international confer ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 June 1892

spwppppppipV-H !?7??rw?:iK3. vtAVc --.; .p- -?- -?- v"r ' - ,..- j " .."ivt-ni-revivw J3M EH. w- 3 I I 5 TFriffht DIags. Mis. Wateirnan returned to ber home in Wichita, last week. Mr. Moler says if any person wants to see nice corn, they should come to his place. His corn is hip high, and no weeds to be found in the field. There will be a meeting at this place on the 29th, to perfect the cemetery or ganization. Farmers around here are about through cutting and curing their alfalfa and are getting ready to go into their grain. Mrs. Davison and children are visit ing their cousins north of Dodge City. E. G. Chase and Willie Gilbert have each purchased an Osborne binder. Mr. Chase will give his binder a trial on Sat urda' afternoon in a field of rye belong ing to J. E. Milliken. Rev. B. F. Mills will preach at this place on Sunday afternoon at half past 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Mesdames Sheldon and Staplcton took in the picnic at the German settlementon Monday and repoit a big...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 July 1892

H 'r-y3v w -- i m- m The Globe-Repubucan. The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. i rnn9nlu ,t.i I- The TORD CO. REPUBLICAN, " 1. ons,u llca' le'- DODGE CITY. KANSAS, MONDAY, JULY 4, 1892. SIXTEENTH YtM. VOL XV, NOT 37. ir JLaw w YQUM6-UD1ES BiLJ-JsgJ 'li .aVJLJL JL V We have just received a full line of iL.i -LI tilt; justly uueuittifeu. Thompsons' Glove Fitting Corsets For Ladies and Misses. Thompsons' Olove fitting Nursing Cor set is the most Complete in lawMj l5wc 1 the Market. The Summer Corset is just the Ladies Ab- made on ciples for I QENUME 1 nasMicAnu aaaaiau Also a full line of Gage-Downs, Chicago Corset Waists. Special Sale t-b-Is TXTeels: LADIES LIGHT WEIGHT Walking Jackets and Capes Greatly Reduced Prices. Respectfully, STRANGE & SUMMERSBY TIKE; Central Grocery Is still leading tiie mammoth and endless PROCESSION With the largest and finest stock of Fancy and STAPLE Fresh Goods Fine Lamps California Fruits Fine Soaps Canned Goods The Largest and Most Complete Stock i...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 July 1892

'-f3Fs SfStrSvj VtC-- ill mftJA. TfflEUk Mmaasfme. 1 Hi I rHAITER XXXIT Continued.) Then he and Benjaman talked over thoir plans -for a long time, ana Deiore the money-lender left a plan had been arranged -whereby Stanmore, as -we shall continue to designate him, hoped to at tain the fruition of his hope, and get Pratt and "Weeks in his power. "What Stanmore's plan was we shall cresently see. Meanwhile, on the evening which wit nessed the interview between Stanmore and Abraham Benjaman, when the latter told his friend of Pratt's proposition about the marked money, Paxton re ceived a note from the Chief of Police, requesting him to call at his office at once. The detective hastened to comply with the request, and when he arrived at the chiefs office, ho was informed by that official that he had just received notice that a man who was dying at a charitv hospital desired to make a con fession to him relating to the Oakburn murder. "I knew you would be deeply inter ested in anything pro...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 July 1892

""VST1' r r REWARDS OP LABOR. -i. JraTraphs from tBenjamin Harrl- son's Speeches. - Tt Republican partj stands for the principle of protection. "We believe in the preservation of the American mar ket for the American producers and workmen. "We believe that the devel ODment of home manufactures tends di rectly, to promote the interests of agri - culture, dj furnishing a Tiome market "Sfor the products of the farm, and thus emancipating our farmers from the trans portation charges which they must pay when their products seek distant mar kets. I believe that in reducing our revenues to the level of our needful and proper expenditures we can and should continue to favor and protect our own industries. The republican party has Bhown its capacity wisely to reduce our revenues and at the same time to protect the American system. Indianapolis, July 28, 1888. It is one of the best elements in our strength as a state that our farm lands are so largely possessed in small tracts and are tilled ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 July 1892

j-v-- !- .-- lj-i W m The Globe-Republican. Entered af tli Postoffice at Dodge .fly. nn:ii, for tmasralsslon through the anHls a econd-cliw matter. J&aA eCSvLbsex&j tfsmAdvaace.) sue Three ! iMOnths....- 51 fiinKlecople'- W. C. SHMTN, Manager. MONDAY, TJLY 4, 1891. STATE SENATORIAL MEKTS. ENDORSE 19&are pleased to notice a spon taneous seutiineut tl over the 37tii setatcrial district erforsiug Madiaou as the republican candidate for state seoictor. Below weive a few dip pinge fcroin exchangee showing how the iiae is coming foeiFord county's canda&Jle. AU itluit now remuiuc for us is to go down-to Ashland eaciinusfae, show the convention we are ic earnest iu this matter, and Ford county will be honored ;&c she never hadbeeii before. One hundred enthusiastic citizens from Mr. Madison's nome-omity will surely make him the uusiiuee ami give old Fuu.l a chance. Si we ever desire to be recognized ;ts a power in state or national councils uoai- is the great oppoitniiity...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 July 1892

SW V"0"" " -- zi &- !J5 ! The Globe-Republican. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of traias at tbe Dodge City depot by "CeBtral" Vomer. oonro BAST. New York ' Chicago Mo. fiver Way Freight. No. 4 Ar. No. 6 Ar. No. 8 .Ar. ....No. 46, Dp. 3:45 a. m 7:M a. m 4:55 p. m 5:00 a. m OOIHO Mvrico A Bma EHeeo Ex. No. 8. Dp, 2.-a.m DenverACtlbEx No., Dp.U:ffp, Colorado Ezpieu No. 7. Dp. 1:58 p. m Way Freight No. 41, Dp. 5:a. Way Freight. F. GuuHK,Areat. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC BY. TRAINS ARRIVE. X 1.23, Mail and Expresa So.tQ, AccommodatlOB, . TRAINS DEPART. N. 34, MallandEzpreM N. 70. Accommodation. 11:40 a. m lS:lp.Bi - :6p.m 8:50 a. m rrain 70 makes connection for Meade aad Liberal. J. II. Phillip. Agent. )DGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD RY. Trains Leave from Rock Inland Depot. So. 1, Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. in No. S, Accommodation Ar. 4:00 p. m POSTOFFICE HOURS. On and after October 1st, 1830, the follow ing hours will be observed: ' ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 July 1892

B5?S" sW "A-5sr- 5Ihf lok-fpailiran FUBU6HXD BI THE GLOBE PUBLISHING GO. Dodge Citv, - - Kansas. The wall-paper trust is ?bopnd to ro to thewalL "fiUDDY KiPiDTG says thatijSow York " is a long, narrow pig trough. Yet the food he ate there is about the only thing he praises. Storms, floods, and backward weather are unpleasant reminders that the great crops of last jear may not be repeated when the harvests of this season are garnered. Two KOMAxnc young persons ac companied by a minister climbed up into the head of the Liberty Statue on Bedloe's Island, 2sew York Harbor, and were married. The giddy couple! Integrity is the first moral virtue, benevolence the second, and prudence is the third. Without the first the two latter cannot exist, and without the third the two former would be often rendered useless. Poverty is, except where there is an actual want of food and raiment, a thing much more imaginary than real. The shame of poverty the shame of being thought poor is a great and fat...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 July 1892

ZdXXp' TJZ?5" .. r ti i TRADE STRONGER; Especially in the West; Good 'Crop Prospects. Situation of Great Industries More Favor able Except In Iron Wonderful Re ceipts of Wheat and Corn, With Comparatively Small Exports. New Yoke, June 27. R, G. Don fc Co.s Weekly Review of Trade says: Another week has passed with great im provement in growing crops; in wheat eo great a change in the condition appears that men begin to question whether the yield this year will not closely approach the unprece dented crop of 1891. For other grain and cotton the outlook is decidedly better, and there is reason now to hope for highly satis factory results from the year's agriculture. In consequence there is a stronger trade throughout the country, especially in the west. The improvement is less marked at the south, owing to the very low price of cotton and the continued high waters in somo re gions. One point of anx'ety is the wage dispute in iron manuffictures, while in other great in dustries the situ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 July 1892

I U. One of the best farms iu Ford county, with alfalfa and timothy meadow, lor gale at this office. It is owned by a non resident who will sell cheap or trade for cattle, horses or mules. A Sure Care fer Files. Itching Piles :ue known by moisture like peispi ration, causing intense itching when warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleed ing or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. Bo sanko's Pile licmedy, which acts directly on parte affected, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. 50 cts. Druggists or mail. Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 829 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by the City Drug Store. 29 Excursion to Saratoga. For the pretty schoolma'am and her friends, the great meeting of 1892 is that of the National Educational Association at Saratoga Springs, X. Y. The date is July 12-15. The rate is one fare for round trip (plus $2.00 membership fev), and i open to ev erybody. With great wisdom, tiie Kansas teachers have selected the Santa Fe Koute to Chi cago as the ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 11 July 1892

. F - The "FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. The FORD CO. EEPTJBLICAX, " IS;, Consoli latest, lisK' DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MONDAY, JULY II, 1892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV. NO. 38. The GijOBERepublicaa "Baa n Uitta" IJIjnySjEi; 3M ill V ll M0 J J YCUN3 UC1ES Ua Jill 1 --' We have just received a full line of the justly celebrated Thompsons' Glove Fitting Corsets For Ladies and Misses. Thompsons' Glove fitting Nursing Cor set is the most Complete in oenuiie If he Market. The Summer Corset is just the iHWjMtloi Ladies Ab- made on l oiple s.for mi iff IHS wiiulrTiii . J I'll Circa MttCH&uB I GEwums AgMMtMg Also ji full line of Gtme-Downs. Chicago Corset Waists. Special Sale tla.Is v""7"eels: LADIES LIGHT WEIGHT "Walking Jackets and Capes Greatly Reduced Prices. Respectfully, STRANGE & SUMMERSBY TZSZIE Central Grocery Is still leading tiie mammoth and endless PROCESSION With the lanrest and finest stock of Fanev and STAPLE GR0CE1IIESI Fresh Goods Fine Lamps California Fruits Fine Soa...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 11 July 1892

v 3 Une of toe best farms iu t ord with alfalfa and timothy raeado sale at this office. It is owned by T rAfltlanf ntist I11 call Kik v fre- icciuciib nuu t lit c;u ui.v ui bi inrses or mules. CHAPTER XXXV. After a pause, Pratt continued. "Having decided to ransom his son, John Oakburn produced the seventy eight thousand dollars of his employer s money, -which by chance he had brought with him, and placing it in my hands, he said: . - 'Take it. It is the pr.'ce you demand for my son's liberation. This is my em ployer's money, but I will replace it with my own money, which is in my little private safe.' " "Then John Oakburn's little safe was robbed on the night of the murder!" ex claimed Paxton. "After this we permitted Reid Oak burn to go away with his father. First, however, wo gave him one thousand dollars of the marked money to con tinue his flight with. "In former days in Kansas City, Kredge and Eeid Oakburn were great friends, as I happen to know, because Kredge was then employ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 11 July 1892

;rv fwW5 r i LIBELING JEFFBRSON. MADISON AND JACKSON. After permitting the southern wing of the organization to Bcorn the idea of free and fair elections, as the Lodge bill contained it, the body moves as a unit against protection to American indus tries, in obedience to 'an "allegiance to the principles of the party, as formu lated by Jefferson and exemplified by a long and illustrious line of his success ors in democratic leadership from Madi son to Cleveland.' To link the name of the tariff-hater Cleveland with those of the protectionist Jefferson and the "long line" of 'worthies who followed him was to presume upon the gullibility the reader, who knows that Jefferson said that "he, therefore, who is now against domestic manufactures must be for reducing us either to a dependence Upon that (foreign) nation, or 'to be clothed in skins and live like beasts in dens and caverns."' In 1831 Jackson spoke as follows of protection: "In this conclusion I am confirmed as well by the conclu...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 11 July 1892

Qf w u Km ! . The Globe-Republican. Kuuuwf tor tniuaniMion throagitile'inailB a aeeond-ctaa. matter. . residprurwt-s- O S&tcc e5 S-c'cecxioF es (In Advance.) One year fl.50 Three months 50 Six months 75 Single copie JJ W. C. SHINN, Manager. MONDAY. JULY 11, 1892. WHY FARMERS DO NOT ENTHUSE There is considerable speculation as lo why there were no farmers at the people's party ratification meeting lost Saturday evening. One reason advanced by a city ag riculturist for the utter lack of coun try farmers at this meeting was be cause harvest is on, and farmers too busy to atteud political meetings. This doubtless hud something to do with the failure, but does not account for the fact that thoe who were in the city thut afternoon declined tore main for the meeting, which was held at night on purpose that they might not lose any time from harvesting. The real fact is Weaver i familiar ly known by the farmers as an old po iitical manipulator, and most of them went into this movement to...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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