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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 28 October 1892

'Hr S55S55! DISASTER. i The First Reported Accident in Columbian Ceremonies. Temporary Seats Collapse and Pile Hundreds of School Children In a Heap. Breaking: Limbs and Bruis ing Many; Yet None Were Killed. Wzst Wixsted, Conn., October 2L Eight hundred pupils of the public schools, with principals and teachers, marched through the streets, and went to the rink to practice n chorus in honor of the Columbian cele bration. Temporary seats had been erected in tiers to the height of fifteen feet to hold one thousand. They were seated on the up per seats and the first four hundred had been seated, when the five upper rows collapsed. Hundreds of children fell to the floor in a heap, and caused a panic among the teach ers, while many women fainted. A crowd quickly gathered on the spot to rescue the children, some of whom were pulled out with broken arms, legs and collar bones, or in ternal huit All the doctoos possible were summoned. Noue were fatally hurt. The top seats had evidently been...

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. — 28 October 1892

wwiwm,w fTK1: j-v- w ! u The Globe-Republican, Entered at tlie rofctofflce at Dodfje City, Kansas, for transmission through the malls a second-class matter. . (JT' Vdrance.) Oneyerr..' Three months 50 Sixmoitlir Single conic? -5 W. C. SHINS, Maiiagei. FJIIDAY OCTOBER 2S. 1SU2. KEl'UBLICAX TICKET. For PrcsiJent, BENJAMIN' IIAKRISOX. Of Indiana. i'or Vice President, WIIITELAW HEI1. 01 New York. For Presidential Electors, AtLargc-WILLrAM HAMILTON, RUDOLPH HATFIELD, D. V. KIN!. First District-H. 31. ALLEK. Second District B. . SMITH. Third District-E. (J. DEWEY. Fourth Distriet-0. S. WOODWARD. Fifth District AV. W. CALDWELL. Sixth District A. H. McGEE. , Seventh District F. S. LARAIJEE. For Congress, At Largc-UEOUGE T. ANTHONY. First District-CASE BUODEUICK. Second District E. II. FCNSTON. Thinl Dinriet-L. IJ. IIIT.MPHREY Fourth District 'JJIAKLES CL'RTI.s. Fifth District-J. It. BURTON. Sixth District!!, L. l'ESTANO, Seventh District CHESIER I. LONG. STATE TICKET. For Justice of the Sup...

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 November 1892

"A P The Globe-Republican 4- The FORD CO. GLOBE Established Is.,. Consolidatedt 16S9. The FORD CO. KErUBLICAX , " JfoO. f D0D8E CITY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. SEVENTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVI, NO 3. 4 LA Small Profits and Quick Sales, and One Price to all, is the Mot to of our Business. THE BeesHiYe" OU I PRI G Li Special Sale FOR ONE WEEK, From November 5 to Of Ladies' Misses' and Children's , CLOAKS We have already had the big gest trade on Cloaks we ever had so early in the season. But in this sale we fully expect to clean out our entire stock. BUY NOW FOR BARGAINS! Respectfully, STRANGE & SUMMERSBY H. JUNEAU DEALER IX Leber, Hardware, Doors, M. Mouldings and Windows. LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER OF PARIS Paint, Glass, Building Paper, Barb Wire RED CEDAR SHINGLES AND RED CEDAR LUMBER. Red Cedar Shingles are warranted not to check, work or rot. YARD SOUTH A. T. & S. F. DEPOT. X 'P. O. Box, 564. Jerry Simpson's Speech. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. Last week as we weut to press Jerry Sim...

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 November 1892

Him Hwi:ifU ,--i-V3ru-w : uuy V-P T. ' '" c; " ti.5- "-"; .'? -e-?4-- ffiST GSTi. iW am FDBXJSHXD BT THE GLOBE PUBLISHING OO. Dodge Citv, - - Kaws. The high price of coal makes the buyer bo hot that he doesn't feel that he needs much fire. When Monkey-talk Garner finishes his life work, the organ-grinder may use his pet for an interpreter. If Prof. Pete Jackson should now knock Prof. J. Corbett out the hu miliation of the late Prof. Sullivan will be complete. There arc 10,000 tailors out on a 6trike in London, and his royal high ness the Prince of Wales is reduced to the pitiable quota of fifty pair of trousers. The year 1832 was a sad one for New Orleans. It had cholera and yellow fever at the same time, and lost one-seventh of its inhabitants by these diseases. "Staxd on your laurels and quit the ring for the stage," is the greet ing which George Francis Train sends to Corbett. Heretofore Mr. Train has been considered entirely harmless. Is it not a thing divine to have a smile whi...

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 November 1892

, ?55.t0r3--R -&rgKPz-jZ3&r IWJ "f -"jf4-f; -&?. J? ,-M- - 1 AT LOWEST POINT. The West Sending More Wheat Than Can be Cared For. While Exports Are Limited Wheat Never Lower at New York Corn Not Expected to Meet the Year's Demands; and Rising. New Tohz, October 31. R. G. Dun fc 'Cas Weekly Keview of Trade says: There is a car famine from Pittsburg to the Rocky mountains. This single fact shows the boat and the worst of business. The west is marketing enormous crops, prob ably exceeding in quantity all official and unofficial estimates: while Europe is buying but moderately. The demanas of the east are not greater than usual, and all the eleva tors, both east and west, are crammed with gram, and all the yards are full of loaded cars. Wheat is selling at the lowest price ever know in New York. Many years ago it touched 76 cents, but the quotation is now 75J for October delivery. The receipts at all western points has been 6.300,000 bushels in four days, and more than 36,000...

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 November 1892

TREMENDOUS EXCITEMENT! Over the Great Retiring Sale of trie New YorK Store. Thousands of eager Money Savers crowded oxir house daily without parallel in the history of Dodge City. It is gratifying indeed to see our cornpetitors attempt to Instate us by advertising so-called Special Sales; it only serves to inform the public of its wonderful popularity, fill so-called special sales can not cornpare by far with the GREAT SACRIFICE SALE originated by the leaders and makers of Low Prices. We always have been the Sleepless and Restless workers for trade, and and always be lieve in Swift Business; Hence, $30,000 oo worth of Merchandise has been reduced by Us in 10 days to only $13,000.oo. Now for a finish- 1KB , To Wind Up all Odds and Ends We have consolidated in each department several lines. Though they vary in value, we make choice lots, and give first comers the chance of securing the best for the money. We Will positively wind Up the 25th of this month; hence we offer our entire sto...

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 November 1892

-r?-s, ".h-,;-"! '.&-! ' yr. 'M Vil si The Globe-Republica. RAILROAD TIME CABD. ... ,. c-.-v'rli. v-T? I ATCHISOA, 'lUl'iivA &, odj ia l i -!.,.i ml denarture of trains at the Dodge Citv depot by "central wmu. GOING JUST. 3:15 a. m New York " o. . Chicago -' No. ..... il....i n. ..AT. ..Ar. ..Ar. 7:15 a. in 4 :a p. in h-A:Q H.H1 ..:.. Zi..i.t ...Vn. W Dp. 5:00 a. m uaj x a'-.-.. ...'., GOIN Way F. GARDNER, Agent CHICAGO, BOCK IsLAXD & PACIFIC BY. TBAINS AIMUVE. v-. w. iiH !itu1 Exnress 11:40 a. m X3. CJ, .tfOinmouaiiuu. 12:10 p. in TBAINS DKPABT. X) 24, Mail and Express 4:0.p. in X!70, Accommodation, 8:50 a. in Train 70 makes connection for Meade and LiDeral. J. H. Phillips. Agent. )DGE CITY, .MONTEZUMA TBIXIDAD ItY. Trains Leave from Hock Island Depot. Xo. 1, Accommodation I.v. 12:20 p. m Xo. 2, Accommodation Ar. 4:00 p. m AT HALLET.TS RACKET STORE You can get some rare bargains in Men's Work Shirts. We have them from twenty-five cents up. If you want :i good Shirt or a...

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 November 1892

r r. V DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON HE GIVES AN ACCOUNT OF HIS OBSERVATIONS ABROAD. Some Rather Novel Views of the Czar or Kusbia and Affair Generally In That Empire The Dreadful Famine Bleu ins on America. The Tabernacle Pulpit. The subject of this sermon was, "Ob lervations in Russia and Great Britain," the text selected being Psalm exxxix, 9, "It I take the wings ot the morning and iwell in the uttermost parts of the sea, sven there shall thy hand lead me." What an absurd book the Bible must be to a man who has no poetry in his soul! "Wings ot the morning." What kind of a bird is it, and how long are its wings and of what color? Ah, some of as have seen aud felt its wings. They are golden. They are buoyant They are swift. They are widespread. The 15th of last June 1 took "the wings of the morning" and started for Europe. June 20, on "the wings of the morning," started from Liverpool. July 12, on "the wings of the morning," I entered Germany, the land of Martin Luther and many of that ilk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 November 1892

J 1'rf rZ,f3?! -V " ' tJS"V'W,iV - CTf-lSO g i? hXi THROUGH A TORNADO. A Tale of Adventure on a Louisiana Plantation. BY MAURICE chaitkk I. moonlight. His slumber was so fitful Wo of this day cannot even imagine, ' and sciuppy that he could not be sure much less realize, the loneliness of the . whether it was while dreaming or wak Louisiana plantation mansions of 60 or ing, but he heard the old panther 70 years ago. Those homes were set in scream far away in tho jungle, and tho the midst of a wilderness whose "con- J words of Col. de Vigny kept ringing in tiguity of shade," as Cowper expressed j his ears: "Whenever once the old rel it, was broken only by intervals of I low chooses a victim he never fails marsh still more dreary and desolate, j finally to eat him." Never before had For miles and miles, even now, the ' he felt that words could possibly have solemn, moss-draped woods stand som- the mystery of prophecy in them. Half ber and silent, given over forever to . asleep and hal...

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 November 1892

---v,V"'-!i v-v S'" ; ' f ?s w 3, & - i I party convention, but the fusionist lead- interests of Ford county. Miss Baird Kntnnvl sit the Po.vtofflpR at Tnl Kansas, for transmission through the mails a seccnd-class matter. Evert kicker will vote for Jerry Simp- bo will every man who curses Kan- TrT7 (TnR17-"RT?PITRrTPAM I ers are bound by their contract to put in is'a most striking illustration of the no- son T"7 ; Kirkpatnck. aim win uenver ineir citj 011113-of euaracter anil grand possibilities sas. voteto mm aimosr.iysoiiuiy.iu tue cuiiu- 01 an .American gin. sue uas gone out - ' try, however, the People's party voters iuto the world unaided by powerful 'iuE following clipping from the .Rock are not so directly uuder control of the friends or wealthy relatives, and carved forU (MO Journal, shows whether or not bosses, and will vote for their nominee, , for herself a place among the foremost , Jerr3' Simpson is endangering the welfare Ezra Swan. , educators of western Kansas. T...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 11 November 1892

The Globe-Republican. The FORD CO. GLOBE. Established Is,.. ) consolidated, 1SS2. The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN leu. J DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IK 1892. SEVENTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVI, NO 4. C) ' Small Profits and Quick Sales, !, and One Price to all, is the Mot- ! I! W I to of our Business. . THE BeewiiYe" CUT PRICE Special FOR ONE WEEK, From November 5 to 11 Of Ladies' Misses' CLOAKS We nave already naa tne Dig gest trade on Cloaks we ever had so early in the season. But in this sale we fully expect to clean out our entire stock. BUY NOW FOR BARGAINS! Respectfully, I om-D Amrrns a. O X Xli-tt.l.1 KJTJH CO H. JUNEAU DEALER ! Her, Half arc, IrUA Mouldings and Windows. LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER OF PARIS Paint, Glass, Building Paper, Barb Wire RED CEDAR SHINGLES AND RED CEDAR LUMBER. Red Cedar Shingles are warranted not to check, work or rot. VAun cruTTJ-l A T R S F TYEPOT. L X XXJLViy JVUiU .. P. O. BOX, 564. Sale. & and Children's ottmmt?BQ"DV OU XVJ.JXLJLJJA.kJJJ JL IX . - . -- D...

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 November 1892

SpiSfS Wi ,2 Csts; 1 !fr Ws&&?&m 1 m I It we- THE N1CARAGFA CANAL REPORT OF THE NATIONAL CONVENTION COMMITTEE. Information a to the Feasibility of the Canal and Its Commercial and Other .Advantages to the United State Will Cost One Hundred Million Dollars Sure to lie Hullt. The committee appointed by the National Nicaragua Canal Conven tion at its meeting in St Louis, to prepare an addres to the Amer ican people giving information as to the feasibility 6i the Nicaragua canal and its commercial and other ad vantages to the United States, has just finished the preparation of such ad dresr. Tne lommittee is composed of John S. Jones, of Arkansas; ex-Congressman C'onver e, of Ohio; R. TV. M11I eap, the piominent banker of Missis sippi; Capt. J. T. Merry, of Manchester, Iowa; S. H. Hawkins, the railroad pres- BIKDS-EYK VIEW ident, of Georg'a- Captain Ambrose Snow, President of the New York Board of Trade :nd Transportation: and ex Governor John S. Pillsbury, of Minne sota. Th...

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 November 1892

pTtiV ' -& I i X. THROUGH A TORNADO. A Tale of Adventure on a Louisiana Plantation BY MAURICE CHAPTER II. Continued. The tornado lasted but a few mo ments, then softened down to a mere gale, which continued for a half-hour. Lawrence found himself half buried under a heap of fragmentary things, branches, sticks, leaves and what not in the midst of fallen trees. He arose with difficulty, still holding Lucie, now limp and motionless, in his arms. The clouds were as black as ink and rushing low overhead. lie could not tee well enough to know whether she was living or dead. "Where was he? He tried to gaze around, but there was nothing in view save the vague outlines of splintered tree-poles, upturned roots and heaps of branches. In every direction his way was blocked. "With a groan he sank to the ground, pillowing the girl's head on his kness. "Lucie! Lucie!" ho called, "speak to me, dear, speak. Are you hurt.-'" Her heart was beating, but she did not moo or speak. Again the panther ...

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 November 1892

',- vttvvrrj ' 7 'irfM fcP78. v ?v AW)tH a x? w i O . V'V' V-u 'SMS -'-? AVA Y'Sb Y A YV JriVJ ir -rfvi !KvH!"vV A ?Aj r y fS-'-d 1 Jjs s,is;i -y r T ki W? m !K-TV- i v. ty- ; r-3 V&&Ah! Ll It e gES -te- r-tv-". -xp Y-va Y V Y I L 11 1 V. IS J 0"(T Ay"--SY-) A '' Q WQ; gjLY WSvI I i)iY) .i : -Vm YT.-! 3 fc vw-v'T ,W . C'AvaT 1 1 Hfrs?tfa"'-''i-;" . -v - -i-.- --?;,, tf HrTr'Wi i Taia1 TREMENDO US EXCITEMENT Over trie Great Retiring Sale of the New YorK Store. Thousands of eager Money Savers crowded our house daily without parallel in the history of Dodge City. It is gratifying indeed to see ourcornpetitors attempt to Irritate us by advertising so-called Special Sales; it only serves to inforrn the public of its wonderful popularity. All so-called special sales can not cornpare by far with the GREAT SACRIFICE SALE originated by the leaders and mqaKers of Low Prices. We always have been the Sleepless and Restless worKers for trade, and and always be lieve in Swift Business; He...

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. — 11 November 1892

A The Globe-Republican, RAILROAD TIME CARD. If ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE. rrival and departure of trains as me vuu Citv depot v ttuiww "- " GOING EAST. New York " No- A. Chicago -' No. 6 Ar. 3:4.", a. m 7:15 a-m 1-JV5 p. in S-VrKsw .s:vc;.v."Dp. .. Colorado Expi ess .No.'. Dp. iP- iVnv --rei"ht No. -S3, Dp. j.jO .u in " ay ru0ut ? ;ai:ikk, Agent. Chicago, ruck inland & pacific ry. TKAINS ARRIVE. X3. 23. Mail and Express Vd. ffJ. Accommodation, TKAINs DEPART. N5.24, Mall and Express, v n rtrTnTirkTitifn 11 -40 a. m 1-2:10 p. in 4 Oj p. in a:50 a. m ' Train TO make? connection for Meade and Liberal. J. II. PniLLirs. Agent. 3DGE CITY". MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD EY. Trains Leave from Rock Island Depot. No. 1, Accommodation Lv. 12r20p. m No. 2, Accommodation Ar. 4:00 p. m AT HALLETT'S RACKET STORE You can get sortie rare bargains in Men's Work Shirts. We have them from twenty-five cents up. If you want a good Shirt or an honest pair of Working Pants or Overalls. or an everlasting suit...

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 November 1892

PiP" Hlr?W MUSB 'T i .mi?" Itlic tfilobc-Iqmbltran PUBLISHED BT THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, - - Kansas Never lose your head in a crisis, as you may need it after the crisis has passed. The public hears so much about the "pneumatic tire" that it is get ting that tired feeling. TnE day is coming when the stor age battery will displace the horse as a motive power for carriages. The storage battery does not eat its own head off. Let it come. "Wiien the New York oyster beds are made locations for cholera sta tions, the statistics of the profits of the oyster trade are likely to be punctuated with comma bacillus. Tire only fountain in the wilder ness of life, where man drinks of water totally unmixed with bitter ness, is that which gushes for him in the calm and shady recesses of do mestic life. Is rr any wonder that Patti de clines to bid a long farewell to the stage? For her next tour she is guarantoed $4,000 for each appear ance. At such a price as this fare well is surely har...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 11 November 1892

XT z.SfF-' f . -s-U5JV-t ;tf-J--J -j V I CONTINUED ACTIVE. Volume of Business Exceeds Any Other Last Week. Showing a Powerful Impe.tus To ward Activity and Expansion Some Manufacturers Experienc ing Sharp Advances In Prices Wheat Lower Than Ever Before. New Toek. November 7. R. G. Dun fe Cafl Weekly Review of Trade says: Even in the last -week before the presiden tial election business has continued very ac tive, indeed the volume is far beyond any preccedent for a similar psriod. The com ing election ha3 plainly diminished business jn two ways: The multitudes hare been diverted from trade to political activity and many more have decided to postpone trans actions until the political uncertainty has been removed. The fact that even under such circumstances trade has been in enor mous volume 6hows how powerful is the im petus toward activity and expansion. The people are clearly buying more coods than over leforc, and in some branches manufac turers are realizing a sharp ad vancean pr...

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 November 1892

7?p?? 'ti IH. ' . ffi ' si -, The Globe-Republican, Entered :it the lotollici at Docile .City, Kansas, for traii-mis-ion through the mails a secojid-clau-s ::jatter. .'J- dvance.) Tlire months .... Single couie- One ye:r Six 11101 li- W. C. SHIXN, Manager. FIJI DAY NOVEMBER 11. lSf2. FUSION FADED. Republican Nation al, Slate and Leg- Ticket rA v, Carries Ford County. Every Pcpulist County Nominee De feated Four Republicans and Two Democrats Elected. Cleveland Apportioning Spoils. .Last Tuf-d.iy sounded the d'ath knell to fusion in I'oid eoiinty. It i- true the people's party voter voted for demo crats, in iamb-like obedience to their leaders, but many democrats voted for their own men ami let the populi-t can didates severely alone. Following is a complete list of tbe to al vote for president, governor, con gresrmau, senatorial and county olliceis: Ilairi-on G4S S3 "Weaver ."iG" congkess.man at i.akgi: Anthony U40 80 llairis .",(3!) COXKI"Ss.1IAX SEVENTH lilsTKICT. 3-oiijj Simpson S...

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 November 1892

vC-fi""1 "..? . '""ft PUBLICAN. w mniln DODGE CITY, KANSAS.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, IS92. SEVENTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVI, NO 4. Tin- KRI CO. GLOBE. Established '- ; Consolidated, 1S0. Tia- toRD CO. REPUBLICAN. " le Meeting of County Commissioners, Nov. II, 1392. Board of County Commissioners met at Comity Clerk's OihVe. Doi.ire City. Kansas. Fn-Jay. November 11th. 1SH-J. as a cAiivassiu boaid to cauvass the returns of an election held November ""-th. 1S02. Present full board. Poll books of the pre cincts of IJelie. Sotlville. Ford and Eueklin were seaied in with the returns. Board prevroded to canvass the vote with the following result: I I. Ki Jenour S II C?snw:v clerk of election . . Be -hi v E"S IU W '- II jS fei 3j a i J, -'-ft frl ifr 2 Ot 2 IX- 3 00 2 tX 2 00 4 40 2 (Xi 2 CM' 3 00 2 IX 2"oa t oo 2 04 im 2 00 2 OO efxi 20 Small Profits and Quick Sales, and One Price to nil, is the Mot to of our Business. School Dlftriet No. 1 tion house for 3let CONCORD 1'KECIXrr. 15 Cliarls judse of...

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 November 1892

PliPPPiWlIPPPP FZ&M& fte Iok-lrpitHifa FUBU6BKD BT THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citvt - - Kansav If there must be skeletons in the closet it's a pity they can't be laid on the shelf. At one time it was confidently predicted that the French people ,would never be content with a re public. But the republic has out lasted the confident prediction. So many vandals are visiting Whit tier's grave that extra policemen have been put on to see to it that memento hunters do not steal the ground in which the dead poet sleeps. A man straddling a bicycle has made better time for one mile than the best time yet made by a trotting horse. Steam locomotives are still a little ahead of the ambitious wheel men, however. bage, tod ash receptacle, Including old bandages and rugs used for the lick. It says no article ot Import Is so dangerous in ordinary times, and when cholera prevails the Importa tion of rags should not be allowed under any circumstances. I DR. TALM AGE'S SERMON. The physicia...

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