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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 12 May 1893

ST-ffiC Vssus-r. m. . . -T""""""" wa-- 5 t.it'nv'-jy iv7;.' "? VKr .'j ' J J " I y V P4. g THE LITTLE VIOLINIST. How He Secured Assistance His Dying Mother. for On the outskirts of a great city in Germany there lived a poor widow and her little son. Mrs. Aurlich earned a scant livelihood with her needle, and little Berthold made himself useful by gathering1 wood, running errands and working in their small garden during the summer. The warm weather was a pleasant season, but in the winter when work was scarce they were often hun- But Berthold was not unhappy; he lived in an ideal world, a heaven of harmony. For him all nature was an orchestra; he heard music in the whis perin'gs of the great pines in the for est behind his cottage home, in the evening zephyrs, in the tinkling streams, in the chiming of the church bells in the village near by. At night a mighty chorus of unseen minstrels lulled him to sleep. Mrs. Aurlich's health began to fail and she was finally obliged to give up th...

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. — 12 May 1893

"--. -t-, ?' " T ' "-"-" ' -- v ' ' ' The Globe-Republican, Entered at the rostofflce at Dodge City, 'Kansas, for transmission through the mails ia second-class matter. I3.sa.tesi of S-iaTesertptTor (In Vdvance.) X)ne year....,..?L50 Three months 50 atr nvtha.-- 15 -Sinirle conies .J Six months.. RATES 'OF ADVEBTITISG. - PER -MONTH. Two columns $10.00 One column 6,w One-half coimnn - Jess than one-half column, per inch 50 LOCAL NOTICES First Insertion, ten cents per line; live cents per line each additional insertion. ; Legal notices, 51.00 per square, nonpareil type, first insertion; fifty cents per square each subsequent Insertion. W. C. SHINX, Manager. FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1893. Some of the temperance workers of xthis city are investigating the county attorney's action concerning liquor pros ecutions. As some of our readers may not be fully informed concerning the de rails of this matter, we will give the facts, as we understand them. The pres ent prosecuting attorney entered office a...

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. — 12 May 1893

-. J-. y V V The Globe-Republican. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GOING EAST. XewYork " Xo.4 Ar. 3:45 a. m Chicago Xo. 6 Ar. 7:15 a. m Mo. River " Xo. 8 Ar. 4:55 p. m Waylrelght.... .Xo. 46 Dp. 5:00 a. m GOING WEST. Mexico A San Diego Ex. Xo. 3, Dp. 2:25 a. m Denver & Utali Ex Xo. 5, Dp. 11 :05 p. m Colorado Express Xo. 7, Dp. 1:50 p. m Way Freight Xo. 43, Dp. 5:50 a. m F. Gjlbdxer, Agent. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RY. TRAINS ARRIVE. X 3. 23. Mail and Express. 11:40 a. m Xo. 69, Accommodation, 12:10p. m TRAIXS DEPART. X.24, Mail and Express, 4:05 p. m X. 70, Accommodation, 8:50 a. m Train 70 makes connection for Meade and Li Serai. J. 11. Phillips, Agent. JDGE CITY, MOXTEZCMA TRIXIDAD RY. Trains Leave from Rock Island Depot. Xo. 1, Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. m Xo. 2, Accommodation Ar. 4:00 p. m W. T. COOLIDCE, Abstracter, Real Estate and Insurance Agent Good farms and City P...

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. — 12 May 1893

W? - " '!' H I ' " i"! " - y X"""rO' ' -' The Globe-Republican. PUBLISHED BY THE GLOBK PUBLISHING- CO. W. C. SHINN. Manager. dodge city, KANSAS. HARRIS EXECUTED. Carlyle IV. Harris, the Youthful AVIfa Poisoner Iles In the Electric Chair at Sing Sin?, X. V. Sing Jsi.no. X. Y., May .). Carlyle Harris, who. while a medical .student of New York, poisoned the young1 woman to whom he had been secret- mar ried, who was con victed on circum stantial evidence, and whose fight for life has become part of the criminal his tory of the country, gcdied bj- electricity in accordance with the law of the state at 12:40. The cur- y llHrtp rent of death per- vA f'wW formed its worn rAf W swiftlv, but surely. c. iv. iiarkis. The doomed man was wonderfully composed to the very last! With his very last breath Harris calmly exclaimed: "I am absolutelj- in nocent." Harris was up early and looked ovci the manuscript to be given to the press ljy his relatives after the electrocision. At S o'clock he ate a li...

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. — 12 May 1893

SSV w r-l -I I v f"-, -'"A-'.-l, " ""jS -V- .. V J GRANT'S GREATNESS. His Career as Citizen Soldier and Statesman. Eloquent Tribute by Gov. SrcKinley In Memory of the Famous Sol dierA Great Day in Galena. The entire population of Galena, 111., turned out on the 27th of April to do honor to the memory of Ulysses S. Grant on the seventy-first anniversary of the birth of the great soldier and statesman. The ceremonies were elaborate and impressive and were par ticipated in by some of the foremost men of the state. Gov. McKinley, of Ohio, was present, and made the lead ing1 oration, in which he paid a glowing tribute to the memory of the grand old commander of the union forces. The following is the gist of his speech: "The distinguished citizen whose life we commemorate, and the anniversary of whose birth we pause to celebrate to-day, was born at Point Pleasant, in my own native state, on the 27th day of April. 1822. His early life was .an uneventful one. He did not differ from the boys...

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. — 12 May 1893

TwT-s- - 71"'vi--." - -'vtwtffp.VK''--' -Sg Jt V- -1' f" '--vs?'--c::.',W4 ' I ' CALIFORNIA HERMITS. Sluii I'assirj Their Ucs in Idle Solitude oi: the 3Jomit..in Tojis. Isa;an essentially a social animal? The scientists sa ao. Eut in the mgpntain of California Ihere are almost enough men who for years have led a life of ut ter solitude to disprove the generaliza tion. These mountain hermits can be found scattered through the Sierras and the coast range from one end of the state to the other. They are particularly nu merous through this region, centering about the Ycsemite valley and extend ing far back into the high Sierras. Some of them were once guides in the valley, others have been miners, and some again seem to have taken up the life of solitude simply because they like it. To this class belongs old P. E. Gibson "Old Gib," as he is generally called who lives on a mountain ranch. He is seventy-five years old, but is possessed of as much physical strength and endurance as the ave...

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. — 19 May 1893

v,ivs; --k - - S - 3- The Globe JIepublican. DODGE CITY. KANSAS, FRIDAY. MAY 19. 1893. SEVENTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVI, NO, 31. TKfc FORD CO. GLOBE, EstabUahed 18T7. 1 Consolidaiel, 168. The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN, " 1886. 1 . ??- V f- ". Small Profits and Quick Sales, and One Price to all, is the Mot to of our Business- THE BeeWHive" ONE WEEK! ONE WEEK! OUR MM FESTIVAL Commencing Monday the 1st, to Saturday the 6th. Special t Sato -OF- MEN'S, BOYS' & YOUTH'S CLOTHING. 10 Per Ct. Off our regular low prices. ONE WEEK! ONE WEEK! Respectfully, STRANGE & STJMMERSBY H. JUNEAU DEALER Df LIB r. Mm tars M UU1UMU1U, AFUUXM, Mouldings and Windows. LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER OF PARIS Paint, Glass, Building Paper, Barb Wire BED CEDAR SHINGLES AND RED CEDAR LUMBER. Red Cedar Shingles are warranted not to check, warp or rot, . YARD SOUTH A. T. & S. F. DEPOT P. O. Box, 564. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. The Libel Snit. Thi is th week iu which the libel case, wherein W. C. Shinu is charged with libeling one 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. — 19 May 1893

fffV rjw.. f mm jfe i1teW&? -v c-y-zr s-, ,v Wvy- , qmmws' tfBrWHARXE. COPYRIGHT. PROLOGUE. 7HAT had been in- the cool gray of that summer morn- inga dewy country lane, marked only by a few wagon tracks that never encroached upon its grassy border, and indented only by the faint footprints of a crossing fox or coon, was now, be fore high noon, al ready crushed, beaten down and tram pled out of all semblance of its former solitude. The heavy, springless jolt of jfun carriage and caisson had deeply cut through the middle track, the hoofs of crowding cavalry had struck down and shredded the wayside vines and bushes to bury them under a cloud of follow ing dust, and the dull, plunging double quick of infantry had trodden out this hideous ruin into one dusty level chaos. Along that rudely-widened highway, useless muskets, torn accoutrements, knapsacks, caps and articles of clothing were scattered, with here and there the larger wrecks of broken-down wagons, Toughty thrown aside into ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 19 May 1893

-y W5T ' '.ti-'vi AV8SRH V - w- fi3S23B WOELD'S FAIR NOTES. Items Picked Up in a Ramble Through Jackson Park. Tbe Coadltloa of the Fair a Week Aftr the Openias Some of the Sights That Amuse Fakes and Fakirs. ISpedal Cnlcajjo Correspondence.! .ITH the expira tion of the open ing week the Columbian e x position has lost much of its and, al though there is much yet to be done, still the grounds are in snch shape as to permit of a most enjoyable and profitable stroll amongthe great white build ings. The num ber of visitor per day during the week has not been large enough to crowd the grounds, and the going has been constantly improv ing so that the discomforts of the first day have almost entirely dis appeared, and a visit to the fair is now much more pleasurable. Each day brings forth some new attrac tions as the exhibits are unpacked and installed and fresh features of interest are constantly being added about the grounds. The electric fountains and search lights have been completed a...

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. — 19 May 1893

i?-'., i '-r ac-. 13 vv - tf 14 " V (&. 423 ssrJgsi' i-iaiife&s&$2 &2&& - v, n1 - l;e JSJ- ..aLs.srr-.J-. -V ?'X3f: es i. Ufcas. r: if '-irlifi sUs.!.,---3w. The Globe-Rbpomjcan. Entered at tbe Fostaflee at Dodge City, Kansas, for transaUesIaa through the mails a second-class matter Ztsttaa efSvLlsaezlptioxx: rim vdvaaae.) Oneyear........$L Ttoee months 30 8lx mocUUwu. 75 fiiajde-coples J KATES OF ABVEBTITINC. PEB MONTH. Two columns $10.00 One-column 6- One-half column ' Ies8 than one-half column, per inch JO LOCAL KOTICES First Insertion, ten cents per line; five cents per line each additional insertion. Legal notices, f 1.00 per square, nonpareil type, first insertion; fifty cents per square each subsequent Insertion. W. C. SHINN, Manager. FKIDAY, MAY 19. 1893. The wheat prospect looks gloomy and with a little longer dry spell we will not Jiave any to harvest this year. Times Mar 12. It is one of the greatest misfortunes a new country can have for people to...

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. — 19 May 1893

,.-v?v . t rsr-? r,- pj ZdiL 4U-T-. Vr: --j?irr-r "v-.rr,,i ' w -.- g- - - iS" ,. . tA V' .1 I ? The Globe-Republican. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. .Arrival and departure of trails at the Dodge City depot by "Central" tlrae: Gorae KAST. New York " Xo. 4 Ar. 8:45 a. m Chicago - No. 6 Ar. 7:15 a. m Mo. liver " No. 8 Ar. P-m Way Freight.... .No. 46, Dp. 5.-oea.m oonro wx8T. Mexico Jt San Diego Ex. No. 8, Dp. 2 a- m Denver k. Utah Ex No. 5, Dp. 11:65 p. m Colorado Express No. 7, Dp. JP-m Way Freight.'. No. 48, Dp. 5:50 a. m F. Gakdsbb, Agent. .CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND PACIFIC BY. TRAINS ARRIVE. N9. 23, Mail and Express, 11:46 a. No. 69, Accommodation, 12:18 p. m TBAIXS DEPART. Ks 24. Mail and Exnresa 4:05p.m N. 70, Accommodation,..'......". 8:50 a. ra I L1WU 4V UUUkCS WUUCVWUU u -vww wmm liberal. J. H. Phillips. Agent. 3DGE (STY, MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD BY. Trains Leave from Bock Island Depot. No. 1, Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. m No. 2, Accommodation Ar. 4:00 p. m W. T. CO...

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. — 19 May 1893

Hmf -v l-fyV ' v ., "v F-vi-t W'T- ' i " "' L. f. -'3P Afr--.-, atj---. , W .?, .rt-rf' , -. ij r-V -r,-- -.? . w .1 1 Sg. - j 3 The Globe-Republican. PUBLISHED BV THE GLOBE IPTTBLISHXIVG- CO. W. a SHINN, Manager. flODCE CITY, KANSAS. MUST REGISTER. The Supreme Court Upholds the Geary Chinese Law. The Majority of the C'urt Decides the Law Constitutional -Chief tluttic-e Fuller and Associate .Justices Field and I! rower Dissent. .Must Register or Go. .Washington. May 10. The supreme court, through Justice Gra has sus tained the decision of the New York courts in favor of the constitutionality of the Geary exclusion act. Justice Gray, in announcing the judgment of the court, said that the power of the nation to restrict or pro hibit the immigration of any aliens into the country or to require such aliens already in the countrj to remove therefrom was a well settled principle of international law and it was con firmed by an unbroken line of decisions in this court. The legislative powe...

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. — 19 May 1893

kw . - -V -r jf's: 3S3 --X' -s- .- i" " " rJ''y1 x"vr' ! i y,z;grmr&rx.-z--sh" --: Hf 1 '). HAEP AND JAVELIN. Dr. Talmage Discourses on the Power of Music. Its Power to Care Diseased Bodies and Minds It is Sometimes the Best Policy to Dodge Unreasonable Attitude of Evil Toward Goodness. In a late sermon at Brooklyn Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage took for his subject, "Harp and javelin," the text being I Samuel xviiL 10-11: "And David played with his hand as at other tunes, and there was a javelin in Saul's hand. And Saul cast the javelin; for he said, I will smite David even to the wall with it. And David avoided out of his presence twice." Dr. Talmage said: "What a spectacle for all ages! Saul a giant, and David a dwarf. An un fortunate war ballad had been com posed and sung eulogizing David above Saul. That song threw Saul into a paroxysm of rage, which brought on one of his old spells of insanity, to which he had been subject. If one is disposed to some phsical ailment, and he get re...

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. — 19 May 1893

l?-Asr"' ' W ;'y a i :- ;.- -, t 5- vr " - R7rB7i7tS V t &: , ?y LVA. CALIFORNIA HERMITS. Slen raising Their Lives la Idle SoUtnd oa the Mountain Tops. Is man essentially a social animal? The scientists say no. But in the mountain of California there are almost enough men who for years have led a life of nt ter solitude to disprove the general. Hon. These mountain hermits can he found scattered through the Sierras and the coast range from one end of the stat to the other. They are particularly nu merous through this region, centering about the Yosemite valley and extend ing far hack into the high Sierras. Some of them -were once guides in the valley, others have been miners, and some again seem to have taken up the life of solitude simply because they like it. To this class belongs old P. B. Gibson "Old Gib," as he is generally called who lives on a mountain ranch. He is seventy-five years old, but is possessed of as much physical strength and endurance as the average man of hal...

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. — 26 May 1893

c- "5 ) The Globe-Republican. DODGE CITY. KANSAS, FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1893. SEVENTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVI, NO, 32 The FORD CO. GLOBE. EstabUflhed 1877. Conaolidated. 1889. The FORD CO. BEPUBLICA. " 1888. u DPRICES rjpalll Baking UJLPowder: The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. Solid Statements ! The Largest, Strongest, Greatest and Best rail GTTfcOYJaT on rmdOJZXvJ Vy earth. "And the Only Performance or the Kind in the World." THE BIG SHOW WILL EXHIBIT AT Dodge City, Wednesday, June 7th, 1B93. SELLS & RENTFEOWS' Colossal Aggregation of Sensational Features ! Monster Museum, 3-Ring Circus, and Great Double Menagerie! Real Roman Races of Ancient Rome! You can't afford to miss seeing The most extra ordinary of principal World's WlS kW( Fair Wmfr ues'faos ymQS MR. on fcls-Jg Wm Sells "Wm. SELLS, a veritable living centaur; a paragon among all horsemen; none dare to challenge his supremacy; the pride of America; the -wond...

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. — 26 May 1893

t& H? " BOYHOOD DAYS. Oft In boyhood days I wandered 'Bound our bright and happy home: In the meadows, through the woodland, It was my delight to roam. I knew where the brightest flowers Sent their fragrance through the air, "Where the squirrels were the thickest. And the gray fox had his lair. Where the bee its sweetest honey In the hollow tree had stored, Where the prairie dogs and gophers, In the ground their holes bad bored; Where the sweetest berries ripened, Just across the little rill, Where to catch the trout and pick'rel It required the greatest skilL Then at night when play was over Mother lulled me to my sleep, And prayed God that ever o'er me He would watchful vigil keep; Prayed that He would keep her darling Ever safe beneath. His care That through life. Its cares and trouble, He might never have to share. Years have flown, I now am aged, Mother's voice Is heard no more, But I know she waits to greet me When I reach the other shore. Boyhood's days arc long since ove...

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. — 26 May 1893

r -6 K . THE WOELFS EAIR. A Fresh Grist of Gossip from the "White City. Tfee Question of Sunday Opening Bad Weather far the Foreipssw-Some of the Favorite Reports of VMtor. Special Chicago Correspondence. There is at present much uneasiness in certain quarters about the Sunday onenin? of the fair. The directory promptly closed the ?ate or. the first Sunday in obedience to the mandate of congress, and made no effort to open I on the following- Sunday, but at one of its meetinqs. held -j. fevr-days-ajro, that ( body came to the conclusion that con gress could exercise no authority over .VKVEr. WKAKV OF THE FAIR. anything but the exhibits, and it was iriven out a4- tne intention 01 me airec- tory to open tne grounds to visitors on Sunday and charge only twenty-five cents admission. , This action on the part of the direc- tion was contemplated, greatly annoyed j tfc, M,.h nnnle of the whole coun- LU1V. Ul LUV 1ULV..1..1UV.V. ......i, ww... trv. and steps were taken to prevent .iT ; ,v ....

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. — 26 May 1893

The Globe-Republican. Entered at the Tostofflce at Dodge City, ..Kansas, tor transmission through the mails a secoad-clasa matter. Ravtsta of Siabsjcxlptimar 'In Vdvance.) One year..... . iJ ' Three months 50 -Six months...- 75 Single copies .5 W.C. SHINN, Manager. r FRIDAY, MAY 26. 1893. Not Guilty. We-lmve beeH overwhelmed with con gratulation from every part of the coun ty on our -acquittal of the charge of libel. "Thctrial brought out the fact that the alleged 'libel was substantially true, that Sugg -did chastise his daughter-in-law, and that he did help try to wean the baby. '.The fact that the woman's resenting the whipping caused him to help wean the .baby, instead of her protesting against the weaning of the baby causing the chastisement, was not regarded by the jury as material, and they very properly brought in a verdict of "not guilty." The full facts were even more discredit able to itbe Senior Sug? than we publish ed, because at the time he struck his daughter-in-law s...

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. — 26 May 1893

.. '- The Globe-Republican. RAILROAD TIME CARP. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Antral and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: 1 GOnSGBA8T. NewTork " No. 4 Ar. :a.m Chicago - Ko. Ar. 7:15 a. m Mo.Iuver " So. 8 Ar. 4:55 p. m Way Freight.... .No. 46. Dp. 5:00a.m GOISO WK8T. Mexico & San Diego Ex. No. S, Dp. tiB a. m Denver A Utah Ex Ko.5, Dp. 11:05 p.xn Oalorado Express No. 7, Dp. 1:50 p.m Way Freight .So. 45, Dp. 5:50 a. m F. Gakdkeb, Agent. CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND A PACIFIC BY. TRAINS ARRIVE. Ka. 23, Mail aad Express, 11:40 a. m No. 69, 'Accommodation, 12: 10 p. m TRAINS DEPART. N.24, Mail and Express 4:05 p.m N. 70, Accommodation, 8:50 a. m train 70 makes connection tor Meade ana Liberal. J. H. Philuts. Agent. JDGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TBHODAD BY. Trains Leave from Bock Island Depot. No. 1, Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. m No. 2, Accommodation Ar. 4:00 p.m W. T. COOL1DGE, Abstracter, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, Good farms and City Property for sale or trade...

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. — 26 May 1893

-rgr?r? ' I ry.f U , The Globe-Republican. PUBLISHED BY THE GLOBE IrrBTJISBCIN'G!- CO. W. a SHINN, Manager. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. FIRE AT SAGINAW. The Michigan Town is Severely Scorched. Nearly Three Hundred Houses Burned The I-ot.8 of .Property Nearly One mil lion Dollars-Fatal Glucose Ex plosion at Geneva, 111. Fire at Saginaw. Saginaw, Mich., May 23. The fire Saturday night started in Sample & Camp's mill plant, thence communi cated to the eastern end of the Bristol street bridge, thence northeast from the corner of Tilden and liristkl streets for a distance of a mile in lenvth and four or five blocks in width. The scene was one of indescribable excitement, people becoming frenzied in their desire to remove their household effects from the devouring ele ment, which rushed madly on its journey of destruction, burning every thing in its path. Drays, delivery, wood, ice and coal wagons, buggies, hand carts, cabs and everything in the shape of a vehicle were pressed into service to...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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