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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 11 July 1892

r-v-s&v' S-4' 'Cf., y B .' -r The Globe-Republican, RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON. TOPEKA SANTA FE. entral" time: GOCtG EAST. o. 4 Ar. 2fo. 6 Ar. Xo. 8 Ar. ....No. 46 Dp. New York " Chicago Mo. River " Way Freight.. 3:45 a. m 7:15 a. hi 4:55 p. m 5:C0a. m GODCG WIST. Mexico A Sjau Diego Ex. No. 3, Dp. 2:25 a. m Denver Utflb Ex No. 5, Dp. 11:06 p. m Colorado Express No. 7, Dp. l:50p. m Way Freight No. 43, Dp. 5:50 a. m F. Gardner, Agent. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND ft PACIFIC RY. TRAINS ARRIVE. N. 23, Mail and Express, 11:40 a. m N. 69, Accommodation : 12:l0p. m TRAINS DEPART. N.24, Mail and Express, 4:05 p. m N . 70, -Accommodation, 830 a. m rrain 70 makes connection for Meade and LlDeral. J. II. Phillips, Agent. 3DGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD RY. Trains Leave from Rock Island Depot. No. 1, Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. m No. 2, Accommodation Ar. 4:00 p. m POSTOFFICE HOURS. On and after October 1st, 1KW, the follow ing hours will be observed: OPES. CLOSED. General Delivery and Reg istry Dep...

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. — 11 July 1892

"?v SSWHHW!imtrijJ limn irjy.ii shed Br THE GLOEE PUBLISHERS CO. Oodge Citv, - - Kansas. The Xew York "World as getting boastful because it is nine years old. Though ortfy about the 'same age as the Grant monument fend it is a good tleal bigger. "W. K. "Vanderbilt's cottage at. Uewportj 'upon which over 8250,000 lias beet' expended, isnearing comple tion. Mr. Vanderbilt is said to be a Arm believer in the "love-in-a-cot-tage"ttheory of human happiness. Some of "the !New York newspapers that fliave been the virulent enemies of the World's Fair would now like "to 'undo what they have done amiss." It is dlways uphill work, and in this 'case mighty little time to do it. Some excitement has been created in Dubuque by the discovery of an underground-lake. 'Large deposits of beer are, frequently found underground in Iowa, but'this discovery of water in such a position is thought to be "without precedent in a prohibition State. iIxFECTED'stiips continue to send joads of immigrants to all se...

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. — 11 July 1892

-"ppf' && 'p? 4?-? "t w- :jj v?r & WHO THEY ABE. Something: About the Repub lican Nominees. Where They Came From, Their Records la The Past, aad Present Occupation; Without Comment, Praise ox Criticism Kaasas Caa Always Find MaSe ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. D. M. Valentine has so long served on the bench of the supreme court of Kansas as to be known by reputation by everybody in Kansas, and personally by a large part of them. GOVEBXOB. Abram W. Smith is a native of Maine, born in 1813 ; raised on a farm and had a district school education; enlisted in Octo ber, 1861, and served and was mustered out in June, 1865; nineteen months of which pe riod he passed in prisons at Richmond, Dan ville and Andersonville. After his discharge he sought employment and found it late in '65 in the Cambria iron works at Johnstown, Fa., where he remained until 1872, when he come to Kansas, where he took a homestead in McPherson county, which has since been his home ; and his em ployment, except when ...

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. — 11 July 1892

T 1 w Kr Siena ffram SUtrict X. 8. Harvest is iu full blast. Corn aud gardeu vegetables are in need of rain. Mr. Eeok and family were visiting at M. Ilutsoii's last Tuesday. The Sabbath school is iu a ilourish lua condition. Airs. Auua Beck and Miss Emma Davis, who have been attending school at Great Bend, have just returned borne; also Miss Mary line!, who has been at the Emporia Normal. Mr. Jacob Huffer, of Indiana, is vis itiug Mr. Hess. He is looking after bis hrnd and is :i1m here for bis health. Messr-. Wcntz. Davis, Lopp and Quick have purchased binders. Tue wops of small grain are excellent. Some fifty persons attended an ice cream supper at the home of M. Ilutsou on the Fourth. Patriotic songs were, sung and games engaged iu, while some enjo3'ed a social char. AH prorimiuced the part' a decided .-ucces- Misses Magieand Vioh-t Imel grad uated in the eoniisn.ii dio')l course at Fort Dodge last I-'iiday night. Pkaiuii: Flov.-ei:. Jt Should be sn :vcry House. J. B. Wilson. :J71...

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. — 18 July 1892

1 V WfeVs5 v c .A The Globe-Republican. The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. ' The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN. " 1SS6. Consolidated, 1883. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MONDAY, JULY 18, 1892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 3. ISSsss '- V. Small Profits and Quick Sales, and One Price to all, is the Mot to of our Business. il THE BeesHive Hoi Weafhep Goods ! MIDSUMMER CLEARING SALE 1500 Palm Leaf Fans, 1 cent each. 3G inches wide Summer Sergcsr ioc worth 16 2-3C Light Stripe Outing Cloth, 7 i-2c worth 12 i-2C. 1000 yds. White Check Nainsooks,. Zc worth ioc. Wide Percales, light grounds, ioc worth 15c. Shirting Prints, 3 3-4C worth 5c. Wide Challies, New Patterns, c worth 10c. Scotch Ginghams. CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON CAMPAIGN EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING PERTAINING TO SUSIMER GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Respectfully, STRANGE & SUMMERSBY THE Central Grocery Is still leading' tiic mammoth and endless PROCESSION With the largest and iinest stock of Fancy and L E GROCER ES Fresh Coods Fine Lamps Califor...

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. — 18 July 1892

." f A CHARACTER PARADOX Jack Bowdoin's Conversion and How It Came About. BY CLAY CHAPTER I. He was a gambler and rumseller, who knew all the tricks of both trades, and employed them whenever and wherever occasion seemed to demand. He was an outcast and desperado, who was the one because his social preferences were those far removed from the customs of polite society, and the other because the value of a human life was measured al together by the weight of provocation that existed when he felt himself called upon to take one, and he had taken several. If, in a game of draw, his opponents long continued to hold stronger hands than he, the dexterous and complacent way in which he would "stock the cards," and turn the apparent tide of chance, would have done credit to the most ac complished "skin gambler" of the West. If us was often the case an elec tion, or a holiday, or a vigilance com mittee meeting had caused a depletion in his stock of whisky, ho would brew a vile decoction of al...

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. — 18 July 1892

Mr DB. TAIMAGFS SERMON. HE TALKS ON THE FAMOUS QUESTION OF PILATE. ft Is Not Enough to Sympathise "With His Suffering or to Reverence His Chmo tor He Mnst Be Taken late the Heart How to Meet Jesus, '-r. Talmage continues to receive from all classes of the English people the warmest of welcomes and tho heartiest greetings. The work of arranging his tour has been exceedingly difficult. So numerous were tho Invitations awaiting him that to accept some and decline others equally pressinc seemed Invidious. Wherever ho has gone the largest churches in the cities havo been crowded to excess and could have been filled many times over. Among the ser mons he has preached the one selected for publication this weok is from the text, Matthew xxvii, 22, "What shall I do with Jesus?'1 Pilate was an unprincipled politician. He had sympathies, convictions of right and desires to be honest; but all these were submerged by a wish to be popular and to please the people. Two distin guished prisoners wer...

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. — 18 July 1892

img??fcj5 fr .-a The Globe-Republican. Entered at the Postoffice at Dodge city, Kansas, for transmission through the mails a second-ciass matter. X2a.tes el- STsTcsertptress (In Advance.) One year -$1.50 Three months .....50 Six months...... 75 Single copies W. C. SHINN, Manager. MONDAY, JULY 18, 1892. The job work .furnished Ford county by the Times bears the imprint "Geo. W. Craue & Co."" "We presume Bra. Voorbees pays aa-oyalty for the use of this well known trade mark. The Stewart free silver bill which passed the republican senate was killed in the democratic congress last week. President Harrison's plan for an inter national congress bids fair to be the on ly means left to accomplish the work of fjivin" us free silver coinage. It having been rumored that W. T. Watson bad withdrawn from the race for district clerk, we are authorized to state siVch rumore is a mistake. Mr. Watson was recently called cast on im portant business, but will be back next week and take charge of h...

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. — 18 July 1892

tf?"gp& js-, -fTST'f; vj- i?" i . c- vi The Globe-Republican,' RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" timet GOrSG EA6T. New York " Chicago Mo. Elver " "Way Freight... Xo. 4 Ar. 3:45a.m No. 6 Ar. 7:15 a-m Xo. 8 Ar. 4:55 p.m ...Jfo. 46, Dp. 5:00 a. m GOISG WEST. Mexico & SuDiego Ex. No. 3, Dp. 2:25 a. m Denver iUtflh Ex No.5, Dp. 11:05 p.m Colorado Express No. 7, Dp. l:50p.m Way Freight No. 43, Dp. 5:50a.m F. Gardseb, Agent. CHICAGO, KOCK ISLAND & PACIFIC BY. TRAINS ARRIVE. Nj. 23, Mail and Express 11:40 a. m No. 69, Accommodation 12:10p. in TRAINS DEPART. N 24, Mail and Express 4:05 p.m S'.10, Accommodation 8:o0a. m Train 70 makes connection for Meade and Liberal. J. H. Phillips. Agent. )DGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD RY Trains Leave from Rock Island Depot. . No. 1, Accommodation No. 2, Accommodation L.v. Ar. 12:20 p.m 4:00 p.m TOSTOFFICE HOURS. On and after October 1-t, left), the follow- in...

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. — 18 July 1892

m w ? ,n Wk (Tlobf-fpublican PUBLISHED BY THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Oodge Citv, - - Kansas. The enterprising young men of Canada come to this" country to grow up. It appears that in some of the numerous "cold cures" which now dot the country thick as freckles on an Indiana girl's nose the proprietors get all the gold and the patient- "" precious little cure. England and France are -considerable blood-letting in Africa. If there must be war it is not a bad plan to carry it into Africa, butwhat objection have the two strong Euro pean powers to some country of their own size? TriE farmers in the West cannot get into the fields to plow on account of the water, so they are sitting on their fences with guns in their hands hoping that some of the rain-producers of last season will come along with proposals. Dk. Buckley introduced two new words to the attention of his Meth odist brethren in conference at Omaha. They were "cpiscomania" and "episcophobia." It's a great thing to know Greek when...

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. — 18 July 1892

vis ; .127,'v. 4 JJ-ts J !' , A MINERS' WAK. Idaho Militia Called Out to Quell Disturbance. Union Miners Strike for $3.50 a Day and Undertake to Enforce Their Demand With Bullet and Giant Powder Twenty Killed. Waixacb, Idaho, July 13. The labor trouble at the Coeur de Leon mines culmi nated in a battle. The cause of the 6trike was a demand of ithe union men for 53.50 per day foreTery man working under ground. The mine owners offered $3,' which was refused. The lockout then began April 1 by the Mine-owners' asso ciation, and 3,000 union miners were thrown out of work. Since then the mine owners have been making a struggle to run the mines with non-union men and guards. Tension has been great for months. The examples at Homestead and the court decision making a perpetual injunction against the miners' union brought matters to a head. A rumor is current that twenty non-union miners were killed in the Frisco battle whon the struc ture was blown up by dynamite. Both the Gem and Frisco mi...

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. — 18 July 1892

S ' If I" The Dodge Cit base ball kids were defeated :it Meade last Saturday. They sized the boys up and turned a. female battery loose on them. PUBLICATION NOTICE. First Publication JulytlS, 1832J Tiie atute of Ivaiisas to Pope Manufacturing Company, u corporation, and Keuben Small: Tou a-v ill take notice that Herbert Nasb. Trustee, as plaintiff, did, on the 11th day of July, li?J2, file bid petition in the District Court of Ford County, Kausa, against you, aa de fendants, and join with you as your co-defendants, Thomas L. McCnrty, Sallie L. Mc Carty, The Kansas lan & Trust Company, a corporation, and J. JJ. Mulvane, Jno. .Martin, and ffm. H. Kassington, Trustee, setting forth thnt Thomas I,. McCarty and Sallie L. McCarty of said defendants, on the 2nd day of April, 1SS3, gave their mortgage to Herbert Nash which said mortgage is now owned by plsiintiff, on the following described lands in Foid County, Kansas, to-wit: Block No. fifty-seven in the City of Dodge Cityf Kansas, as...

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. — 25 July 1892

PVT r . '""7'" ss"'1 -'4-' - 4A i. The The FORD CO. GLODEU. Established 1877. ront;oii,inted igsa The FORD CO. KEPUISEICAX, " 18S6. ' onsoimatea, ltuj. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MONDAY, JULY 25. 1892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 40. Globe-Republican. ? Small Profits and Quick Sales, and One Price to all, is the Mot to of our Business. THE Hol Weather Goods ! MIDSUMMER CLEARING SALE .1500 Palm Leaf Fans, 9 3c worth 15c. 1 cent each. White Embroideries, 36 inches wide Summer Sergres. ,1 , 1 0 ' all reduced. ioc worth 16 2-3C : ' Ladies' Summer Gauze Vests. Light Stripe Outing Cloth, 15c worth 25c. 7 1-2C worth 12 i-2c. Ladies' Shirt Waists. jooo yds. White Check Nainsooks, , 65c, 75c and $1.50. 5c worth ioc. Mother Hubbard Wrappers Out. C. Wide Percales, light grounds, , $1.65 worth $2.50. ioc worth 15c. Umbrellas, Parasols, Shirting Prints. , . all reduced. 3 3-4C worth 5c. J- White Bed Spreads, ' Wide Challies. New Patterns. . 75c worth 35L.25. ' i 5c worth ioc. " Children's Straw Hats, ...

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. — 25 July 1892

i ""- . 't i.' ftKSS-T f. IH 5fe - II iJ .6 ft $foIfopttMwan PUBLISHED BT THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Podge Cltv, - - Kansas. A Burlinjjton freight train -was wrecked at the east end of the Plattsmouth Missouri river bridge. Three tramps were killed and twelve cars filled with grain were demolished. The union miners of Coeur d'Alene district are mostly in the hills and have sent out the threat that tbey intend to carrj on a guerilla warfare. It is believed that they hae not abandoned the plan to blow up the mines and the mills. There has been elected CG7 members of the house of commons out of G70 composing that body. The parties now stand: Conserva tives. 314: opposition, 353. The three re maining districts are certain to return sup porters of Mr. Gladstone. The Cronin case will be brought up shortly, in view of important new evidence. The business portion of Rio Vista, Cal.. is destroyed. The losses are estimated at 150, 000; insurance $20,000. Yellow fever continues unabated in Vera ...

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. — 25 July 1892

FfT-' V?" ' lsr - u 1 1 a 7 i lift w LARGE RECEIPTS. 3rain in Sight at Western Cen ters, Immense. "Crop Reports Show a Falling Off From Last Year; Yet Greater Results Than ia Other Tears Wheat Six Per Cent. Oft New Tore; July 18. R. G. Dun & Co.'a "Weekly Review of Trade states that the crop reports promise results not equal to last jyear's. With a decrease of only G per cent, the -wheat yield would be far beyond the quantity consumed and exported in any previous year except last, and nearly equal to last year's consumption and exports. The prices have dropped below 84 cents, but since have been stronger. The western receipts were large, , -there being 1,800,0D0 bushels in three days and exports of 71,000 bushels in the same time. The corn acreage shows a decrease of 4 per cent, and the price has dropped 2, cents during the week. Oats have declined 2 cents, while hog products are stronger, port being -25 cents per barrel higher. Coffee unchanged. The cotton report shows a condit...

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. — 25 July 1892

l,-. -, -- m n Tr.nnmTnM ' THE ' GLS-SEPUBLICAN. ' Entered at the -l'obtofflce at Dodge city. I ?Sj,EiS55SS?" through t,,e I n.e s-.ce.5tin: , Kii.AdvKace.) ' One year 51J0 Tfcree months " J 3Ix months....- SUU.IC copies , V. C. SHINS, Manager. MOXUAX, JJ3LX -25, 1S02. i Aeeoiding to J- 31. -Bell's tiguies. he .and Voorhee only-rothed the city of about S2.50. We.did'uot suppose Mr. Bcll would do ueh aching for so small a. .price. . .After mon' than two weeks labor the boss of the city uouncil. J. M. Uell,, comes before the pnbHcvith a solemn apology, nearly ce column long, for, having let tbe -ir printing to the high esubidder. The only .thing this new re cruit to tbe third 'paity does not make clear i why be called for bids in the be ginning when it vva-JiiB intention from the lii.-t to vote for bis favorite paper re gal disss of price. Ali.JJell may how cvurco:itain his soul -in pcaco. as we hall piesumu him to be innocent of taking boodle until he k. proven guilty. The insinuatio...

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. — 25 July 1892

ripfwpgPB ;. 'The Globe-Republican, RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge vity depot by uentral" time: GOING EAST. XewYork " Xo. 4 ..Ar. Chicago ' -No. 6 Ar. Mo. River " Xo. 8 Ar. Way Freight.,. .,..Xo. 46 Dp GOING WEST. 7:il a! m ilss p! m 5:G0a. m Mexico & San Diego Ex. Xo. 3, Dp. 2:-" a. m Denver & man fcx... Colorado Expi es&... Way Freight... .. Xo.5. in. 11:03 n.mi CHICAGO. ROOK ISLAND & PACIFIC RY. TRAIN'S ARRIVE. X). 23, Mail and Express -. X). C9, Accommodation, ... TRAINS DEPART. X. 34, Mail and Express, .... X ). 70, Accommodation, .... 11:40 a. m 1-2:10 p. m 4 :05 p. m 8:50 a. m Train 70 makes connection for Meade and Liaeral. J. 11. 1'niz.T.Wk, Aent. )DGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD RY. Trains Leave from Rook I-Iand D.epot. No. I, Accommodation Xo. ", Accommodation .Lv. .Ar. 12:30 p. m 4:00 p. in POSTOI'FICE HOURS. On and after October !t, ISTiO, the follow ing hours will he ob-ervod: ornx. ci.oseo...

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. — 25 July 1892

A CHARACTER PARADOX. Jack Bowdoin's Conversion and How It Came About. BY CLAY CHATTER II Continued. And the astute Mr. Sampson made the following entry in his subscription book: "Mary Clarissa Bowdoin, cash $1,000." "And now, Parson," said Jack,"there's somethin' else. I want to learn to play the organ by note, and you can put me on the right road to it." "How so?" "Xobody in Aspen but Miss Charles knows how to teach it, and a month ago j-ou wouldn't let her give me a lesson. " "I was afraid that any connection with you ould give it. J3ut I'm changed man. her a bad name, that s dmerent now: 1 m a I go to church twice I sent to Chicago and every Sunday. liau an organ bi ought to my place, and every night I play church music to the boys." "Mr. Bowdoin, you surprise me!" "Yes, and you can beta stack o' blues I surprised the boys, too! AVhy, you hear me, Parson, just give me half a show, and I'll have that there church o yourn chock full o' religious gam blers." "That would indeed be a ...

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. — 25 July 1892

;- DR. TALMAGE'S SERMOK HE PORTRAYS THE .ADVAN TAGES OF THE CHRISTIAN. Edition Xcvcr Was Designed to Make Our i'lcasiires Less-God Will Withhold o Good Tiling from Those Who -Lave i mmThc Infinite rather. Our Possessions. Dr. Talraagc's preachinp toar In Ens land has been a continued series of un precedented successes. The English people have assembled by thousands to liear the American preacher wherever he has preached. In Manchester the great Trade Hall was engaged for him. It holds 7,000 persons, but it would not contain a third of the people who tried to get in. The streets loading to the hall were jammed with a dense surging mass of humanity. After the service Dr. Talmage preached in the street to Fit the crowd, wnicn numbered lully i.j,000. une sermon seiectca lor tins week is en titled ''Our Possessions," from I Corin thians Hi, 22, "All are yours."' The impression is abroad that religion puts a man on short allowance; that when the shif) sailing heavenward comes to the shini...

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. — 25 July 1892

" V IT n& j V 'ft i' 14 II PUBLICATION NOTICE. l-"ht Publication July 18. ISM The state of Kaunas to Pope Manufacturing Company, a corporation, unci Reuben Small : You will take notice that Herbert Nash. Tvnwt.o . niRititiff iii! nn tiw iirii d-iv of JnTv i& ill 1 "oet'itimi hi the Diitr ctCourt ill ' i.7. S.' ! .y.V.V"011 ..'.?,? i?..: , r -V" II rU4'l V,W'lill. JVlilltl T, 4lfillll.-'b JUU -T V4 - the sum of twelve hundred dollars, as shown by one promissory note now owned by plain tiff and refened'to in said mortgage, and proving judgment against Thomas L. MeCar- ty and Sullii L. McCarty in the sum of tw elve hundred dollars, now claimed to be due and unpaid, with Interest thereon at 12 percent, fiom the 1-t day of October, 1S91. and the fur ther sum of $175 with 12 percent, interest from July 1st. 1892. and that said premises may be sold to pay the judgment on said notes and mortgage. Said petition further alleges that the claim ot each of the defendants, I'ope Manufactu...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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