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

&&& -Wtyv The Globe-Republican. The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established The FOKD CO. REPUBLICAN, - DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MONDAY, AUGUST I, 1892. ISy i Consolidated, 1SS3. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV. NO. 4! 4 H fc Snsall Profits iiml flnr I'rifp tr nf fiiir rtiia!np THE "BeeMive" Hot Weather Goods ! MIDSUMMER CLEARING SALE 1500 Palm Leaf Fans. T 1 cent each. 3G inches wide Summer Serges, ioc worth 16 2-3C Light Stripe Outing Cloth, 7 1-2C worth 12 i-2c. 1000 yds. White Check Nainsooks. 5c worth ioc "Wide Percales, light grounds, ioc worth 15c. Shirting Prints. 3 3-4C worth 5c. Wide Challies, New Patterns, c worth ioc Scotch Ginghams. CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON CAMPAIGN HATS. EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING PERTAINING TO SUMMER GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Respectfully, STRANGE & SUMMERSBY CONTEST NOTICE. (First Publication July IS, ISM) U. S. Land Office, Garden Citv, Kansas, J ulye.lSM. Couiplnint having been entered at this Of fice by Augustus . Sweeru-y against Kske Peterson for aband...

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. — 1 August 1892

S-rS "4; '." w " it rsvwj f J dfobrqmHiMti ;"" " PUBLISHED BT THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, - - Kansas. John Reed, of the old Boston book firm, Tichnor, Reed & Fields, is dead. Hewu aged 80. He was lieutenant governor of the state in 1851 and a member of congress for several terms. A terrific storm passed over Fhilcdelphia July 25, doing nearly $203,000 worth of dam age. Buildings were unroofed, houses blown down, and six persons injured, but not seri ously. The heat waa intense before and after the storm. A member of the advisory committee of the strikere is reported as saying that the committee has definitely decided that the Carnegie works at Homestead shall not be worked by non-union men; that they will be blown up to prevent it There was a slight frost at Great Falls, Mont, July 28. The weather is very cold. A bellowing for help in the harvest goes north about a degree a week. It has reached the Dakotas. Reed, of Maine, and Breckinridge, of Ar kansas, have been renom...

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. — 1 August 1892

) M TALMAGE'S SERMOK THE MODE IN WHIGH THE BLEST WILL SPEND ETERNITY. Thrilling Description or the Heavenly Host as Seen by St- John No More Toil or Sorrow or Sighing or Tears The aiublc of Jlcavcn. Talmasc in Ixindon. Dr. Talmage is -pending a very busy season in England. Not only in the Lon don churches, but In the provinces, enor mous crowds have gathered to hear the eloquent American preacher. The great Shoreditch Tabernacle in the east of London, where Rev. W. Cuff preaches, was thronzod almost to suffocation and the large Congregational Church in the Hackney district could not hold half the people who tried to get into it, though it was on Monday evening that Dr. Tal mage preached there. Outside London the eagerness to hear him has been quite as intense. In Liverpool, Manchester, Notting ham, Crewe, and Ilanley no church could be found large enough to accommodate the audiences, and Dr. Talmage preached in the halls in which the great political conventions are held, aod the cap...

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. — 1 August 1892

?!3'yv5c??i'2 -I a . - . IIv.aU..K. NOTICE. j James Pratt ne..... g 34 160 15 51 .Ftari.ulniiio:...'..ly . -&I-, The following Ht of real e.-.-te PP? j S ievelLndVf 'i"2 Ar t!nTDhtiIctC....i..i font couiiij.. K....s.i-. :'-;. "J t 1. 't Suae, of .d or I Jas Crouch lots 1 A: 2 Ar eh a-VTUi:iJAY..ULis..Ja2. . -":; ' 'j ' ol. il City, Kanus. ir I scuool dist. so. 3.1. at the Hour of 5 : oV-oek v. ... ut the f r.,nt '. ls'- ' Lafavette Smith e 2 29 23 160 S 46 doorortliebi:ll.tuiu w "r.a ari "..VC? Jrf WiTuiy hand, at WwUte City, Kaar. w Wnnfrri wif . S 29 23 80 U! House in the city of liotlse Cuy. count; oi U VhN luth ilny o f July, lst-2. 1 "&" AwV .10 29 23 160 S 46 Ford and stateof Ki..,. offer i..i .- sit tin, llgu . ilijj oi ,. IreasS1Kr. MwS tern aw --- - ffl 160 - w public miction to the holiest bidder-. , Ufc' ir.r n?nl Sv 12 29 23 160 7 99 inhand,iill:iiMiKit,uiU:iindiiitei.-toMlie ,....,,... .M, .-mi school dist. so.2. p?pSn"ncV .'.. 13 29 23 160 8 46 above named uefe...

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. — 1 August 1892

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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. — 1 August 1892

yjw- ypfvg, . ,- -' ' 1 ?s ? jr A CHARACTER PARADOX. Jack Bowdoin's Conversion and How It Came About. BY CLAY M. CIIArrri; III Continued. And they walked hand in hand to the house, where Mrs. lirown stood waiting on the veranda. "Why, what have you got there, Mr. Bowdoin?" she asked. "I've brought a poor little orphan for you to take care 01 for me." Tor me to take caie of?" "Yes; why, I can't do it myself." And he related to her the incidents that led to his adoption of little Helen. "It's a sad story, and I'm real sorry for the porjr little thing, but I can't have her here." "What's that? You pretend to be a Christian woman, and want to turn away this motherless little innocent?" "I can't be bothered with young ones running about the house. I don't like them, anway." "That settles it, Mrs. Brown," replied Jack with determination. "'J hen you needn't be bothered with me. My board's due to-day, and there's the money. I'll send lor my things beforo night, and now good-mornin'." "Well...

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. — 1 August 1892

y JACKaON ON PROTECTIVE TARIFFS. From the Kr.nsas City, Mo., Journal. Those democrats who have discovered recently that the protectee feature of the tariff law is unconstitutional, are re 'f erred to the following quotation from President Jackson's message of Decem ber 7, 1S30. Jackson is the real father of the democratic party. He had heard of tariff reform ; he had listened to the silly talk about the unconstitutionality of protection, and ho gave to congress his views as a result of careful study and mature deliberation. Ho says: 'Among the numerous causes of con gratulation, the condition of our impost revenuo deserves special mention, inas much as it promises the means of extin guishing tb public debt sooner than was anticipated and furnishes a strong illustration ol the practical effects of the present tariff upon our commercial in terests. 'Iho object of the tariff is ob jected to by some as unconstitutional, and it is" considered by almost all as de fective in many of its pa...

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. — 1 August 1892

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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. — 5 August 1892

r'&rl "f Zl- 1 -L?5. ' The Globe-Republican. The FOKD CO. GLOBE, Established 1677. consolidated. 1889. The FOBD CO. BEPUBLICAX. 1656. ou " D0D6E CITY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, (892. SIXTEENTH YEAR,-VOL. XV. NO 4Z. m Small Profits and Quick Sales, and One Price to alibis tbe. Mot to of our Business.. - THE BeeeHive Hoi Wealher Goods ! MIDSUMMER CLEARING SALE 1500 Palm Leaf Fans, 1 cent each. 36 inches wide Summer Serges, ioc worth 16 2-3C Light Stripe Outing Cloth, 7 1-2C worth 12 i-2c. 1000 yds. White Check Nainsooks, 5c worth ioc. Wide Percales, light grounds, ioc worth 15c. Shirting Prints, 3 3-4C worth 5c. Wide Challies, New Patterns, 5c worth ioc Scotch Ginghams. CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON CAMPAIGN HATS. EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING PERTAINING TO SUMMER GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Respectfully, STRANGE & SUMMERSBY x:e:e Central Grocery Is still leading the mammoth and endless PROCESSION With the largest and finest stock of Fancy and STAPLE Fresh Goods Fine Lamps California...

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. — 5 August 1892

ipwwjiyL s&gsiQmTZQ&iWi mUvM i Changs t-t3;" -y-Kx: "V --. , -o . - - - 1 Be WAITING. Five yoara to vrai t !" Don't do It. My innocent, blue-eyed nia'd. For the years may Inst a lifetime While your youthful roses fade, Whllo 3 our cyea are red tvith weeping And watching the treacherous sea. Till you ting tfco song of the lone one, "Ho never come back to ine." "Five years to wait, while others Are dancing tho dance of youth, And tho one perhaps you are trusting Is brooking his vows forsooth I "I shall Trait for my love, my darling. Who has sailed far over the eea, Five years, or ton, or twenty," Haid tbeblue-ejed maid to me. Bo she vrrote her sweet love letters. Or tended her garden flowers. Or watched the restless billows On tho beetling cliffs for hours; While he turned her suitors pininj Away from her cottage door. And waited, patiently waitod, One long, long year xnoie. "'Tis very weary waiting." baid the b.ue-eyod maid to mo, And sho glaucd at ber last new suitor And tbo...

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. — 5 August 1892

F-.Tf -"S i-'i--JT-J M i ii ! t- P REAL RURAL READING WILL BE FOUND IN THIS DE PARTMENT. Haln Force as Stump Kratlicator A Model Hayrack Clovor :i a Fertilizer Device Tor Cleaning Horse-Stables Serviceable Clod-Crusher, Ktc. A 3Iodcl Hayrack. A wagon rack suitable for the con venient and easy loading of hay, grain or corn fodder was built by the students of the North Carolina agri cultural college last season, which is worth copying, says the Farm and Home. It can be placed on any farm wagon by lengthening out the reach to suit the length. The list of materials; which cost S7.4G in Ra leigh, 2sT. G, is as follows: Two sills 2x6 inches by 14 feet dressed on two sides, four pieces 13x3 inches by 3i feet, four cross pieces 3x4 inches by 6 J feet, two boards 1x9 inches by 13 5-0 feet, two boards 1x4 inches by 13 5-6 feet- four side pieces 1x4 inches by 85 feet, six bows 1x3 by 6 1-6 feet. The two ladders take four pieces 1 x3 inches by 6 J feet, two pieces lix2 inches by 2 feet, two pie...

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. — 5 August 1892

; S. T. II- "Ac. Anti S, T. R. Ac. Amt S. T. R. Ac. Amt 5HEBT,6'tia;. v'Sii-st p bl!catioE.auiy.25? iSiL "By virtue of an order of enlis:uwl our nf ' ate in Ford County, Kansas, 0:1 whic the.Dlstrict C mrtofPord County. K:n.a.-, , lia.vc:wtiecap:iid, is subject to gale. -wherein J. B.' ft atkius wae.plaiutlit, and J.. Stevens. Mtt rgaretJE. Stevens. WjO. midwife, Ucoi -j:e v. jieirme.anu vtie, u Hopkins and v mc were-defendnnss. Swill, O.V1UJ .u.l 1. .kuqbCl .1. c--, at the.hour of l o clock jj. iu.. at -she- door of the bui House in the ci 1'ord uud .tate liubllo uuction in hunii,4ill the above named d 1.1;..., ....- ,,-...1 ac tyof Dodjie City, uounty of Kunsus, offer io snio to tbe hitrkost. bidden, iorca. - rlirht, title and intei-Mt ot the sfendanr.-.tn sixnl,zo the fol- t sd icul imnerty situated in lowlui: describ tli; County of K ord and StatJ of Kuhkln 10- '. r.-it: TlnLnorth we-.t ouurterof setfon thir- "teen 1:5. townsi ' tweiity-eluur Sr. raruje i imdel VJ.i. nc,V neJf ....

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. — 5 August 1892

"""? - s. " v. if l The Globe-Republican-. railroad tiwe card. ATCHISON", TOPEKA & SASTA. FE Arrival and departure of traiiis at t'lebode City depot by Central" time: oix EAST. Xew York " Xo. 4 Ar. CSicatfo Xo. Ar. Mo. River " Xo. S Ar. Way-Freight Xo. 46 Dp. GOIXG WEST. 3:45 a. m 7:15 n. m 4--55 p-in :.0a. m 2:25 a. in Mpxieo A mui Divxo Ex. Xo. 3. Dp Denver & Utah Ex Xo..", Dp. 11:05 p. m j CaloradoExpiess Xo. , Dp. J:oOp.iU Way Freight... Xo. 43. Dp 5:50 a. xn F. Gakdseu, Agent. CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RY. TRAINS ARRIVE. X ). 23, Mail and Express, N). R, AeeoiiJinodation, TRAINS DEPART. X i. 24, "Mail and Kpre-, X""0, Accommodation 11:40 a. m 12:10 p. u 4:05 p. m S:50 a. in Train 70 makes connection for Meade and Liberal. J. II. PillLMFS, Ageiit. )DGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD RY. Trains Leave from Rock Iland Depot. No. 1, Accommodation.. No. 2, Accommodation.. Lv. 12:20 p. iu r. 4:00 p. m POSTUFFICE HOURS. On and after October 1st, 1S30, the follow ing hours will he ...

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. — 5 August 1892

WW?? F-J & fc - -- m- The Globe-Republican, Entered at the rostofflce at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission through the mails a second-class matter. nates 5 a.'cccrltissi.r fj- Vdvnnce.) One year Six moi.th Three months 50 Single copies .5 W. C. SHINN, Manager. .FRIDAY AUGUST 3, 1802. STATE SENATOR. We take especial pride in auuouneitig to our readers that Ed II. Madisou, Ford County's candidate, was chosen by the senatorial conventien to make the iacc for state senator. In choosing Mr. Mad ison, the convention not only honored Ford County, but the entire district, by selecting a man in every way worthy and well qualified to fill the importaut office. His public services to the peo ple of this county as prosecuting attor ney have proven him to have remarkable energy and ability of the highest order. He took the office four years ago when lawlessness was rife in our midst, and, though not an extremist on any subject, he believed in keeping his official oath and discharging the ...

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. — 5 August 1892

L. 15 16 17 lb 1 3" 4 9 10 11 12 4 5 Amt 03 03 03 05 Gl C4 4 4 94 04 01 09 141 tl 04 1 17 ftl 04 04 04 04 8t OS 95 W C Shinn north 100 feet do do south 75 feet do do north 100 lcet Geo S Emerson I0u feet i ?, H Murrv north 75 feet Jaiuc? Kennedy ... Covert Covert , Prathcr Unknown . do do .It tlo do do lo do do do do do lo do do do WS Silver - do do do do do do do do II M Burnhaui jc Co.. do do EWOtto do do Unknown do do do do .... do do Frank Calias.. do do Unknown do do do do do do do do do do do do do do S E Blakely.. do do Unknown do do do do do do Unknown do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do d'.. do do do do do do do do do do do da do do do do Prathcr do do. do do do Prathcr 1 23 L II E .Miller all south Spruce St..1 8 37 Johnson X iowlcr I. Prathcr WOBhiun JEMcAdams 4 55 8 r.VANS' ADDITION-. 13 S5 5 5 ll li ' C A Marsh 1 48 86 3 IS 25 5 3 4s 7 15 7i 9 27 93 11 15 71 11 3 4S 12 20 9 14 25 17 27 C9 Amt 348 13 95 12S 95 L. B. Amt B. 24 24 24 Amt 139 13y 139 108 1 OS 103 1...

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. — 5 August 1892

fz&ft ??" X"" Wht GlatotfiMtm PUBLISHED BI THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, - - Kansas. Philadelphia is about to have 100 miles of overhead trolley roads, and about 10,000 leafless trunks of trees to carry the wires. The outlook for good crops has greatly improved during the past week. The planting has been late, but it is wonderful growing weather. Corn, wheat, oats, and grass will be a bountiful crop if the summer months keep up the June record. According to a floating item, the women of the United States pay 862, 000,000 a year for cosmetics. This seems rather a heavy outlay, yet woman has surely a right to spend as much in painting her cheeks as men spend in painting their noses. Walla Walla, Wash., has a col lege named in honor of that noble man, Dr. Marcus Whitman. It has just closed its year's work with 200 students. It has a new President, the Rev. J. P. Eaton, and new build ings are to be erected. America has no name more fully deserving of honor than that of Dr. Ma...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 5 August 1892

m & ft FOR OUR LITTLE FOLKS. A COLUMN OF PARTICULAR IN TEREST TO THEM. What Children Have Done, What They Are Doing, and What They- Should Do to Pass Their Childhood Days. Don't Forget the Rainy Day. Boys, our youth too fast is Coetlng, Llfo's glad morning cannot last. And tbo moments swift retreating Warn us that 'twill soon be past There will come a sure declining. And I would this to you say: While, the sun Is brightly shining, Don't forget the rainy day. Sunshine cannot last forever. Storms will come and winds wage strife. And as sure will dark clouds gather On the horizon of life. Lot us. then. In youth remember Life is not one long, bright May, Sure will come the drear December, Sure will come the rainy day. As the busy bee dolh gather In brl-ht days her winter store. So should we for life's bleak weather Garner ere the summer's o'er. Yes. ere life's bright spring doth leave us, Let us strive aside to lay Something that may shelter give us When shall come the rainy day. A ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 5 August 1892

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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. — 12 August 1892

,p.;5 & The Globe-Republican. ? . The FORD CO. GLOBE. Established 1S77. Consolidated, 1SS0. The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN, " le. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, 'AUGUST 12, 1892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XY, NO 43. x PUBLICATION NOTICE. First publication July 25th. 1SU2. The state of Kansas to Jasper t'ooding. hmina J. Gooding and Susan A. B. HibbanL rou will take notice that Edward S. Hunt as hen- at law -of Ward W.Hunt, deceased, as plaintin did on fho lOih d:w of Julv 1S92. file his petfeon in the district court of Ford county. Kan?. 3, against you, as defendants, setting forth that Jasper Goodins and Emma J. 'Goodinz of said defend ants, on the first day oi teforuary, lSS?, pave their mortpase to The McKinlcyaud Helikcr In vestment C6mian, which sam mortgage is now owned by plriintin, on the following described Inti.li in Fnn" nnmitv. K:in?2. tO-wit: The north- irnit minrtpr of section thirtv-two. in township twp.ntv-siv. south of ranzc twenty-S'X, west of the Cth Principal .Meridin, to s...

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. — 12 August 1892

mikkmwMmm 'ip"M m. mmmmmmm A WINTER NIGHT AT HAYS." A Tale of Love, Desertion, and Disobedience. BY BRET HARTE. CHAPTER I. It -was difficult to say If Hays farm house, or "Hays," as It was familiarly called, looked any more bleak and cheerless that winter afternoon than it usually did in the strong summer sun shine. Painted a cold, merciless white, with scant projection for shadows, a roof of white pine shingles, bleached light er through sun and wind, and covered with low, white-capped chimneys, it looked even more stark and chilly than the drifts which had climbed its low roadside fence, and yet seemed hopeless of gaining a foothold on the glancing walls, or slippery wind-swept roof. The storm, which had already heaped the hollows of the road with snow, hurled its finely granulated flakes against the building", but they were whirled along gutters and ridges and disappeared in smoke-like puffs across the icy roof. The granite outcrop in the hilly field be vond had lone aco whitened...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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