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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 6 January 1893

-yWBmi ":- '" f 1 KANSAS STATE NEWS. The Follinwider ranch in Chelsea township, Butler county, consisting of 1,920 acres, has been sold to "William Gilmore, a big stock dealer of Illinois, the consideration being $38,400. The Medicine Lodge sugar mill will resume work on second sugar. At this time 66,000 pounds of second sugar hare been made, and it is thought that the total yield will be as much more. From Salina: James Phillips, of Sa lina, a son of Colonel W. A. Phillips, is assistant paymaster of the United States navy, and will leave on January 1 for a three-years' trip around the woria. Lawrence World: Twenty deer out of Bismarck grove were slaughtered to make holiday feasting for Union Pacific officials. There were more deer there than the pasture can afford, hence this onslaught. From Salina: M. D. Sampson, con sul to St. John, ew Brunswick, arrived at his home here on Tuesday on a leave of absence extending to March. Mr. Sampson's term extends a year yet, when he will retur...

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. — 6 January 1893

w Ai'v- -?riiis:- "i rT wjwW'IW' Vw" i ' ?' C &?&?& 51 f R. Scientific Miscellany. VARIABLE STAKS. Over 200 stars are known to yary in brightness. Difference in the phenomena observed have led to the following class ification, proposed by Prof. Pickering, of the Harvard Observatory: 1. Tempo ran' or new stars, of which only very few have been recorded. They blaze out sud denlj. remain visible for a short time, then disappear, never to return. A small temporary star discovered in 1848 in Ophitiehus is still perceptible, but has faded from the fourth magnitude to the thirteenth. 2. Variable stars, with reg ular periods of considerable length, the periods ranging from about 100 to 700 days, and the fluctuations in brightness from about one to more than eight mag nitudes. 3. irregular variables having no definite period, and usually only slight vriation. 4. Variables of short period, and most of them under eight ila. 4. Va riables of the type of Algol, of which only ten have...

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. — 13 January 1893

TTaBSfTFB f fsi- " The Globe-Republican The FOHD CO. GLOBE, Established 1677. J ron..nii,i.,tp,! iksq The FOUD CO. REPUBLICAN, " IS. Consolidated, 1K.9. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1893. SEVENTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVI, fQ 13. ft '? h ii " K Small Profits and One Price to to of our Busines THE BeeSHive" JANUARY Cut-Price Clearin We purpose in this sale to make a thorough clearance of our entire winter stock. NOTHING RESERVED. Bargains in Underwear. Nothing Reserved. Reduction Prices in Dress Goods, Nothing Reserved. Clearing out prices in Cloaks, Nothing Reserved. Cut prices in Blankets, Nothing Reserved. Down go the prices in Comforts, Nothing Reserved. Now for that Overcoat you need, Nothing Reserved. What about Winter Clothing, Nothing Reserved. It will pay you to buy anything you need, Nothing Reserved. Cut prices in men's and boys' caps, Nothing Reserved. Bargains in men's pants, Nothing Reserved. Boys' knee pants and suits, Nothing Reserved. Make mono- by saving money o...

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. — 13 January 1893

IfppglSWl1! r " v && V I. THE BOND Weird Tale of Life from the Tyrolese Mountains. BY EDGAR CHAPTER I. This is a story of much sorrow, and I warn those who only love what is full of cheer and brightness that it may sadden and repel them. It may indeed horrify some, for it deals with the darkness of a strange and awful destiny. But at the same time I have deemed it a story worth the telling, since it is filled, after all, with the tragedy of a great if unique human passion. AVe were born in a lovely village of the Austrian Tyrol, whose name I will not here record. Our parents were peo ple of good bourgeois standing; my father's luck and thrift were almost proverbial. For years he had desired children, and at last we came. My mother suffored agony at our birtb, and afterward, when we were shown her, it is said that the shock caused her death. For we were not as other children, but bound together by a ligature of flesh. Otherwise we were two boys formed in a perfectly normal wa...

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. — 13 January 1893

;!-v. " 'J i f'-i DUTY OF REPUBLICANS. A WARNING NOTE TO OUR PAR TY IN CONGRESS. Democrats in the Senate Will Attempt to Induce Republicans to Prove False to Their Trust Preparing to Raid the Treasury. Democrats in a Dilemma. The Republican party is confronted by conditions which have not been presented before, since the party was called into existence by the uprising of Northern intelligence and love of liberty against the arrogant dom ination of a slaveholding aristocracy. Until the 4th of March next, says the Hew York Press, there can be no national legislation without the ac quiescence and co-operation of the Republican President and Senate. After the 4th of March the Demo crats will have control of the gov ernment. The nation, as it stands, is a monument of the success, the patriotism, and the wisdom of Repub lican rule, virtually uninterrupted for more than 30 years. The Republican record is without a blot. Loyalty to the Union, tldelity to free institu tions and the protectio...

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. — 13 January 1893

The Globe-Republican. Kntcreil sit the Fostoftice at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission tliiough the mans a second-class matter. saatQS cf-a.ocr.5- (In Vdvance.) One yet r " " Three months 50 Sixmnithr Smale copies - W. C. SHINN, Manager. FJ2IDAY JANUARY 13. 1S93. Atrain the Official Paper. By lefcicnec to tku published proceed iugs of the board of commissioners ele ho.. in this n:mer. it will be seen that the Gloke-IIei'CBMCAx is again the official paper of Ford county, and for another year its columns will cou tain the delinquent tax list and all mat ters published by the county. The Dodge City Democrat will also publish the game, setting half the type, aud le ceiviug half the compensation. The Globe Publishing Company has the con tract to furnish the county with all hooks and job printing for oue year. We are glad to meet with approval from our pation. aud this maik of re newed confidence on the part of our county commissioners ceitainly indi cates that this paper has been a sa...

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. — 13 January 1893

"&'- rp r . V-' .-a. - 1 V?1 J- The Globe-Republican. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SAXTA FE. Arrival untl departure of trains at the Podge City depot by "Central" time: GOING EAST. Xewl'ori; Xo. 4 Ar. Cnicagn - Xo. G Ar. Mo. River " No. S Ar. Way Freight .Xo. K Dp. GOING WEST. 3:45 a. in 7:15 a. in 4 -55 p. in 5:(j0a. m :i a. in Denver &. L'tali Kx Xo. 5, lp. 11:05 p. m Colorado Expiess Xo. 7, Dp. J :."0 p. in "Way Freight Xo. 43, Dp. 5:50 a. m F. Gaudxeu, Agent. CHICAGO, KOCK ISLAND X 1'ACIFIC I1Y. TKAIXS AKHIVE. X. 23, .Mail and Express, X3. 60, Accommodation TRAINS DEl'AUT. X.24, Mail and Express X . 70. Accommodation 11:40 a. m 12:10 p. in 4 :05 p. in S:50a. in Train 70 makes connection for Meade and Li Deral. J. 11. PiiiLLirs, Agent. DGE CITV, MONTEZUMA TKINIDAD KY. Trains Ix-ave from Rock Island Depot. No. 1, Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. in No. 2, Accommodation Ar. 4:00 p. in RACKET STORE Special Sale of Queensware this month. In order to introduce our beau...

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. — 13 January 1893

,-v -pr-, 'VSE&rTT&f' W.' y i.7P -vr, '?. '" "&. rv ys"'"" :r j:? ' si-' 'm I fr. She (5lok-lfi)uMirnii PUBLISHED BY THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, - - Kansas. The Emperor of Morocco has 1,000 wives and always spends the family washing day at his club. JSot only is fortune herself blind, but she generally causes those per sons to be blind whose interests she has more particularly taken in hand. The trotting horse market is glutted. The supply exceeds the de mand. It may be noted, however, that the bicycle factories are all run ning on full time. WnEN men are pardoned out of prison on the condition that they "leave the country at once for the United States" it is time for Uncle Sam to begin to put on his war paint Tiie Duke of Connaught, when ap pointed commander-in-chief of the British army, will have a salary of 500,000, and this in addition to his other emoluments from military ap pointments. A strong decoction of chestnut leaves used as a wash for parts which ha...

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. — 13 January 1893

V" KH ' ! P ;- f It "a NICARAGUA CANAL. Representative Otis Has Scheme for It He Desires the United States Shall Have Full Control of That Protect His BUI Includes a Departmeat of Transportation. Washthqtoh, D. G, January 6. Mr. Otis, of Kansas, offered in tho house a bill creat ing a department of transportation and pro Tiding for the construction of the Nicaragua hip canal. The department is to hare gen eral supervision of carrying the trade of the entire country and to exercise all powers of the interstate commerce commission, which is abolished. On his appointment the sec retary of transportation is to name a com mission of three persons, one from the At lantic slope, one from the Mississippi valley and one from the .Pacific slope, to be known as the Nicaragua cinal commission, whose duty is made to proceed to Central America snd to inspect the work performed by the Maritime Canal company and report what treaties etc, are recessiry, to give the United States full control of that...

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. — 13 January 1893

BHHHt-? ,sj5KEvi75?'T!?P ?"(? ' l" "" T F -j3fr';' 1!" :;'T"r.oKi - r' zr, -JTI I . - , .9,0, j r-y .-. f y ice here i a crime against humanity, and God. Second-hand thoughts and; . , .. i-ii i " antio'iateu theories which have been 1 , , , , , . , tiied and failed to produce the desired, result aie puerile nonFenso that ought to be hooted out of the pulpit and the pew. J Here is a field for the noblest thought, the most generous judgment and the moat devoted service. In this sublime woik of elevating the race, you are co working witli God and von are a savior with Christ of men. You are inspiring virtue and obliterating vice and assisting in fulfilling the text pictured in such glowing words by Isaiah: "When the wolf shall dwell with the lamb and the lpmviril -hall lie down with the kid. and the calf and the young lion and the fat ling shall lie down together, and a little child shall lead them." My dear friends, there is a more heavenly work than to champion the doctrines and inst...

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. — 20 January 1893

wmm fci A -j& - usur,? &. EPUBLICAN. ti fe ' $$&, IL- V BGDSE CITY, KANSAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 20, 1893. The FQIiD CO. GLOIli:, Established 1677. 1 The FOHD CO. liEUUBLICAX, " 18st SEVENTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVi, HO. 14. Consolidated, 1SS3. "V'S Gt n'RF-R ,fTY , h ? L IU. " 1 LT' hv J T l V: h?'-' I 7S . f? V & - r j i. 'T S v. H: '-StF J' I iv6 V r ma! , aadO: ia!I Profits nc L'ncc to to of our Business. T Wo purpose' in this, sale to our entire winter stock. nothimc H Ja JA .If B Jfc Vk Jftr Bargains JmJuderweap, VO NQtfiiiig Resenred ,s2 . - , Seduction Prices ikJDst&; ' . :Mothifig Reservetf. j ,"' r - sjv he t - -ma ,. .. Gut prfees ittBlsofeets, : ; Nothing Reseweii. Down g6 toipsiees m Comforts, J Nothing Reserved. Mow for QiStriJvereoatr you xtepfc- "v;53r Waat -v a&out wwe It will payroii; to buy anytMrig you need, : Clothing Reserved. Cut prices in men's and boys' caps, Nothing Reserved. Bargains in inen's pants, V r oys' kneepants "R Nothing Reserved.- ' ...

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. — 20 January 1893

Crf,t &- J GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. To the Legislature: The biennial meeting of the chosen representa tives of the people, pursuant to the requirerr its of the constitution, is an occurrence 60 frequent and usual as not of itself to attract more than ordinary attention; but the political contests which marked the election at which you were chosen were such as to engage the attention of the people of the whole state in a most unusual manner. The interest wh ich attended upon the late political campaign has been kept alive not only as regards the results of the election, but so far as it may be likely to affect the futurt policy of the state. Contemporaneous with your elec tion, the people selected from among their num ber an entire set of state officers who enter for the first time upon the great duty of adminis tering the government, indicating a purpose on the part of the people to secure such changes in the management of public affairs as they deemed to be necessary for their safet...

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. — 20 January 1893

WSFt'SBS? m r , ; 3 (Governor's Message Continued.) them an average of over a ton of coal to each car." Payment for wages earned, whether made weekly or less frequently, should be mide In cash, and the "store order" system of -payment should be abolished. Bureau of Agriculture. Agriculture Is the paramount industry of Kansas, and it is reasonable that its interests should be especially considered and assidu uously promoted by the state. To this end I would recommend that a bureau or depart ment of agriculture be created, to which shall be referred all agricultural and kindred inter ests. This bureau or department should be placed under the supervision of a " Secretary of Agriculture" or other department official who should be appointed by the governor, or elected by the people as other state officers are elected, and with the necessary assistants he should have supervision of all matters pertain ing to agriculture, horticulture, bee culture, fish culture, silk culture, forestry, sto...

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. — 20 January 1893

ff K ?'k'C ES: "t. - ?? w k 1 raj. ? n& ?iv fi f" rtA ? -& The Globe-Republican. Enteied :it -the I'obtoHice at Dodge City, Kniib.is, for tran-mlosion through the mails a fcecond-c!as3 matter. Ca d since.) Oneerr., ., '0 Three months SO Sixinois.. r: Single coine" 5 W. C. SHINX, Manager. FJIIDAY .IAXITA11Y20. ISO 5. Scabbing. The stiittsinat1 w bo u :elds the scepter of the Times miuiufp Jiccanse he did not get any of the comity printing, lie sny.T he has been ubbiug around the county eoinmi'sioufis offering to do the work for les than Jeg.il late. The fact is. e.tb workman au 'generally imViior 1 to thoM who command a fail comppnea- tion for their toil, and mvspapi? aic no exception to Iheiule. The Tune5?. in particular, is a notorious illustration of this. Ahj merchant or adcrti-ei who desires sp we ia i columns can se cure the sane at a lowiu pi ice than they can use the cfllunins of tbe Gr.oi'.E-Kn-l'UKdlCAX, yet they do not invest. It is the duty of the boaid of county ...

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. — 20 January 1893

" ZKtf. -f -CJ. - ,r " '-"I- ; '' r f t ' J-Sr, sp?5 . ? ra fr""" 3?r 7 The Globe-Republioan. J. . Zautz is again offering a leward' 31 r. Billard gieybound, Jack, is which i .1 m.ittei of -uncertainty. The , foi his buekkin pony which str.ned or dead. This 1- a grit lo- to the s-poit- chance are tho-e who buy will be de was stolen lat fall. ' ingfinternity. "a he wn known all oer frauded by cheap imitalion good, the. ' thUeomitn .1 :i ure wolf killei. Jack snide chai.icter of which mny nut be-' 1 in i r. iiiiraffft t i ji iiiifi iutr . -. -- .- .- ..- -.-s..-rt-z.i . 1. . i. Tm - ...i o .m. -- ' -"". Uu kitlcsi tut thirtv-three eootesiniue amieeuueiii uhiu mey are pa mi tor. r f? iw;tii&w, iUi'jiia SAir.i m. still continue with ciowueu houses '..,.' . ,. fl. ., v. i .11 .-.i i.c 11 1 iitit-rii iiiii:iiii7 iiiul ..i&ia a - uu Vnod here. 'Tie gave S1C0 for TIse rfterokee Strip Bill Paed the i & .Tw.l ;.-. .i .rn "Ti- R.ll.inl liisrrho . siou-e. ii ii V.n !'! !- - .., - i ...

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. — 20 January 1893

41. Wht &vbt-t$viMxtm FTJBJJBHXD BT THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, Kansas. The remains of General Butler, after a brief service at the house, were taken to the depot to be conveyed to Lowell, Mass. At the direction of the president, members of the G. A. R., department of the Potomac, who were employed by the government, were relieved from service to accompany the re mains to the depo'. Fifteen electric car motormen at Pittsburg, Pa., were compelled to quit their cars on ac count of the cold. One motor man was so badly frozen that he had to be carried from the car. Many schools were forced to close on the account of the shortage of natural gas. All rivers are frozen solid from bank to bank and for the first time in fifteen years people were using the river instead of the bridges. IX CONGRESS. In the house tlie Grain joint resolution, pro posing amendments to tho constitution, substi tuting the 31st day of December for tho 4th day of March, as tho commencement and termina ti...

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. — 20 January 1893

a- i, -irfxT.T-vrrryrpTFT507n?"rr,-r-T.)e-iT-3rn --J3! ' -n r- iftfc"' --T- - " " - I . t1 V"- v " s - ' .- r. THE BOND Weird Tale of Life from the Tyrolese Mountains. BY EDGAR CHAPTER II. Continued. He soon contrived to murmur in my ar: "I -would not hesitate. Olaf Avel ing is ready whenever you are. Better take what risk there is than go on, like this, in anxiety and self-torment." "Very well." I answered, "tell him, if you see him before I do, that I am will ing it shall be to-morrow night." And to-morrow night it was. But be fore then I had a long talk with Linda. To some of this Conrad listened, and I thought that he did so with a hungry eagerness, varied by suspicious glances at myself. The poor fellow seemed to have some distressing doubt of my own continued lovo for him. I well knew that this was at the root of all his un easiness. It refreshed mo wonderfully when he at length yielded either to my will power or his own weariness and lapsed into a feverish yet decided slumber...

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. — 20 January 1893

K- ," I .-Hir , !! '"-' i f& ,'vSfc'i f lr?-??MH 'W: ?5BB -''?--v"'-4-&.sr."s"et''-''trJp "ir -:3 juwmi iiu Wiiy T-? rtayi?aM m8mwgBBW'-3 .ft. - .J. . jf' J?" V'-r -4 rt - --ii: rr . W 6f 2 5 t ifef ., 145 ' t. r & K IK t m re' E ? f-y 1 r WILLS OF BICH MEN. HOW SEVERAL POSED OF WEALTHY MEN DIS THEIR ESTATES. The Astor r-rd the lYcat to the OIiicv -. StK7rt Give I is Proper: 7 VIfc II is Other ISeqtiestfi. IThe small bequest; by Jay Gould b. lus-brother and sister call attention anew j Deceitful Appearances. I -was chatting "with a Montague street real estate man in liis office a few days agowhen a -woman entered who attracted the attention of both of us. She was ' middle aged, very plain, in face and fig- nre ana wore a oiacu aress wnicn was Vamierhiit niches patched and ripped in-many places. Her Sou t:o Lato a. entire appearance denoted poverty and misery ana ir-'ticaica zaiz sne. n?u a great struggle to keep the wolf from en tering at her door. Instinctively feeling ...

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. — 27 January 1893

c " d "r K5-J-S' aaaaHopafefaai " - -.CW . ftr , -.Ti ? "J- '! Ft-ul The Globe-Republican. u- A The FORD Ca GLOBE, Established 1877. J rii,i,ri iom The FORD CO. EEPUBLICAX, " 1836. Consolidated, 1889. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1893. SEVENTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVI, NO. 15. 'j&.-zxry; vi; c & a ? te, fe, e- E$& Small Profits and Quick Sales, and One Price to all, is the Slot to of our Business. THE BeeMfiYe" JANUARY Cut-Price Clearing Sale, We purpose in this sale to make a thorough clearance of our entire winter stock. NOTHING RESERVED. Bargains in Underwear. Nothing Reserved. Reduction Prices in Dress Goods, Nothing Reserved. Clearing out prices in Cloaks, Nothing Reserved. Cut prices in Blankets, Nothing Reserved. Down go the prices in Comforts, Nothing Reserved. Now for that Overcoat you need, Nothing Reserved. What about Winter Clothing, Nothing Reserved. It will pay you to buy anything you need, Nothing Reserved. Cut prices in men's and boys' caps, Nothing ...

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 January 1893

K""j , "Tcr("f4'Ii.i "ax'" tJrjn S"3V v.? - y&z vy v liy. rtr - it feiT 'y . . i, , n i !-?- t u r I Nt cr T Ibe &lok-r iMiran VUBUSHXD BT THE GBOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, Kansas. (xENEBAL DRYHENCErVJETH Will no longer pose as a rainmaker. He has thoroughly exploded all "his theories. There are 108 women lawyers in the United States. And yet the country seems to get along fairly well 'under the growing infliction. Edward Gould has ordered of a 'press-clipping bureau all the com ments and accounts which may ap jpear about his father in any paper. When the young King of Spain 'has been a bad boy he is taken to church, instead of being allowed to spend the Sunday in seeing a bull fight. Russian soldiers have been fur nished with pocket handkerchiefs, and it is expected that if war will only 'Voff for a few years they will have been drilled into a proper use of hem. The women of the various cantons of Switzerland may often be seen car rying upon their backs loads of man nure...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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