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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 2 February 1894

- Jr - v-;. V,-&B B.rw -aSsy .tsss urn rzr.iA 5- tb tT.J. jr 'iP & &S3U& r -wr 4MB.V. .-VrA W CULLOM ON BLOUNT. Cfc flUaoIs Senator Severely Score Cleve land's Hawaiian Policy. In speaking on the Hawaiian matter tn the senate on January 23, Senator Cnllom. of Illinois, smartly arraigned President Cleveland and Commissioner Blount. In his opening remarks the tenator reviewed briefly the history of Hawaii and the incidents which led to the revolution of last year, occasioned, he asserted, by the queen when she at tempted to revoke the constitution of 1887. He spoke in sharp terms of this action, and then directly attacked the policy of the administration. "Abundant testimony," he said, "has been furnished upon every band in con troversion of the assumed theory of the president and, secretary of state, nd the declaration of Minister Willis, that the revolution was incited and fostered by United State Minister Stevens and Capt Wiltse, who was in command of the Boston. Th...

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. — 2 February 1894

pssppFi WZSW&; rrJWdSKnrswsrs j W 1;'SrS ''"'.-vr '' t r K & S- ?V S& rr li' v .-&. The GIoMepuWican. Has a Circulation More Than Twice as Large as any other Newspaper in the County. Fort Dodge Items. Coin. Burgess bus :ilso returned from East. Com. Keeley and Barton have their hennery lu operation. Col. Sidlow went down the street one very cold day recently. Since our last report, Capt Moody has been east and returned. II they put raw materials on the free list we'll take ours in beef. Chalk IJeeson was down to see us again the 29th Kansas Day. A gentleman from south ot Spearville sold butter and eggs too ns recently. The W. R. C. are intending to prepare cake for the eutertaiumeut at the G. A. R. hn!! Friday evening. Ou- schools, under the supervision of Mr. Jesse Beadle, Miss Hobble aud Miss Imel, are progressing finely. Comrades Burgess and Wright have the smoke house consumption, assisted of Comrades Piobst aud Liutliu. Dr. M;C.irty was in camp the other day and...

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. — 9 February 1894

?YV'T;2-W-?- Z CTT " - te . & 'f v The Globe-Republican. "7 The FORD CO. GTBE Established 1877. consolidated, 1889. The FOBD CO. REPUBLIC A2S, " 1886. J DODGE CITY. KANSAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1894. EIGHTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVII. NO 17. y ! sgsa ? What is Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotie substance. It is harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. " Castoria ! an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of iu j...

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. — 9 February 1894

5. - bcv "Oaf' . .- , yV H I Vwaa " CCEPT, dear wire, tii-i i rp Jrt thls little token r J And, If between the lines you seek, You'll find the love I've often spoken The lore I'll always !otp to speak. Oar little ones are making merry With unco ditties rhymed in jest, But in these lines, though awkward very, The genuine article's expressed! You are as fair and street and tender. Dear, brown-eyed little sweetheart mine, As when, a callow youth, and slender, I asked to te your valentine. What though these years of ours be fleeting What though the years of youth be flown? I'll mock old Kronos with repeating: "I love my love, and her alone!" And when I fall before his reaping. And when my stuttering speech Is done. Think not my love is dead or sleeping, But that it waits for vou to come. So take, dear love, this little to'cen, And if there speaks in any lino Che sentiment I'll fain have spoken, ft Say, will you kis3 your valentine? Eugene Field, in Ladies' Home Journal. 'HERE were half ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 9 February 1894

" y V v y V . SHARP SHOOTING. Warm Debate in the House on Hawaii. Speeches for and A pains t tbe Policy of the Administration Unparliamentary Language Shntn Oat Mr. Morse Lively Tilts. Tbe Home and Hawaii. Washington, Feb. 6. The Hawaiian debate ajrain absorbed the house yes terday, the night fession being held to permit speeches by those members who desired to talk, but who otherwise would rave not had an opportunity to do so on account of the limited time al lowed. The Hawaiian debate was resumed bj Mr. Morse (rep.), of Massachusetts, who had five minutes. Before he had proceeded for a minute, however, Mx. Outhwaite (dera.), of Ohio, had called him to order for unparliamentary lan guage. "To which language dojrou refer?" asked Mr. Morse. "To the insulting, impudent and un parliamentary language just used," answered Mr. Outhwaite. Mr. Morse, according to rule, took his seat, and the words excepted tc were read at the clerk's desk, as follows: And yet. strange to tell, at tbe comman...

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. — 9 February 1894

.il?"'" - s ;tfS5NQ:2r 1w;T.:. r ' - " vssiJr sBwifaSt-s t.vs r -r-ifiji-r?; .r ' jhupjwjsis-t-" i. jr aswufi i jkw -i i?i"u; ik&-.-.'sv tVTCflw:- s . V-.WT 'S"-" v.' .y " " -4 ---j - vjf " . "4 l IT w- The Gibee-Republican. Eati aCS-a."beTipta.ja.r (Lr- Ydvance.) .One year..... r Three month ..5S Six mouths.... 75 8ing1e copies J RATES OF ABVERT1TM6. iOt MONTH. Two columns 110.00 One column -00 One-half colnawi ! 4-80 Less than one-ka&olumn, per inch.... JO LGCSX NOTICES First Insertion, ten cents per line; live cents per line ac!i additional insertion. Legal notices, ILOO per square, nonpareil type, first insertion ; fifty cents per square each subsequent 4inerrlon. W. C.-SHINN, Manager. FllIDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1894. Who Killed Lo Warren. "His blood be upcazus and on our children." 3Iatt.xsii, 25 Whoever has knowledge of an unlaw ful proceedings dUtely to cause loss of human life audi decline's to interfere, is guilty as accessor before the fact. Jas. W. Wells has been found g...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 9 February 1894

m V&? ' YORHTORE Will Continue Until and Including Saturday, February 17, if When the Remnant of the Stock will be sold in bulk in obedience to the court's order. ITHENEW MORTGAGE i SALE u GREATER REDUCTIONS In prices for the next two weeks than ever before wit nessed in Dodge City, for we realize that if sold in bulk the stock will bring only about fifty per cent of cost. THEY MUST 3-0. $24 Suits for- $12.00 $20 Suits for 10.00 $15 Suits for 7.50 Good Suits ;. e.OOtoS.OO $5 Pants for ' . 2.50 $4 Pants for 2.00 $3 Pants for 1.50 $2 Pants for 1.00 Lay in your Boots and Shoes while you can buy cJieap. Buy your Baby acloak'at half cost. Domestics cheaper than you ever saw thenv before. You have only a few days left. THIS GREAT SLASH Is made along the entire line, and if you have been waiting for great bargains YOUR TIME HAS ARRIVED - ,,,, i i ,i W. J. FITZGERALD, RECEIVER. The Globe-Republican. Official City and County Paper. I I I I I I ! i I I I I Entered at the Postofllce at Dod...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 9 February 1894

'&-' - v ? ,? The Globe-Republican, PUBLISHED BTTHX GLOBE PX7BLI8HINa CO. W. a SBINN, SCMagar. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, THE BILL PASSED. Exciting Scene in the .House of . Representatives- Incidents Attending the Passage of the Wilson Tariff Bill Surprising Ma jority for the Measure The Vote in Detail. Wilson BUI Passed. "Washington-, Feb. 2. At 6 o'clock last night, at the conclusion of one of the grandest, most imposing and most impressive scenes ever witnessed in the American capitol, the Wilson tariff bill passed the house of representative by a vote of 204 to 140. The events leading np to it were almost unparalleled in our annals. At 12 o'clock, after a preliminary skirmish of an hour over the barley schedule, the bill was reported to the house and the closing speeches were made. Such a vast concourse of peo ple as assembled to hear these last ar guments upon the great economic is sue about to be submitted for final arbitrage to the representatives of the American people had neve...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 9 February 1894

? 1 -r m I i'4trr e-sk rs CONTENTMENT. Happy the face 'neath ibe tattered bonnet. Merry eyes matching theribbons on it; What matter the old, torn shawl and gownl With her sunny hair, for a golden crown. She's the richest queen in all the land With the happy face under the bonnet. Her kingdom, the billowy meadows fain Her subjects, the birds and butterflies there: Her wine, the dew in the floweret's cup, Which she quaffs with glee, ere the sun is up; She's the proudest queen in all the land, With her winsome face under the bonnet She cares not for fashion, cares not for fame; She knows not sorrow to her, but a name; She wears bright jewels, the wild flowers sweet. And they lift their heads, her smile to meet; She's the happiest queen in all the land, 'Neath the old and faded bonnet. To thoae who are blest with wealth untold. Comes not such joy as her life doth hold; They think they are happy how little they feel The sweet content her eyes reveal; We may find, if we search through all...

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. — 9 February 1894

SA f r- "v-' Tiie Globe-Republican. Has Circulation More Than Twice as Large as any other Newspaper in the County. The Seek. While out riding the other day, little Charlie Strickliu's hore shied, throw ing Charlie off, disjointing bis arm at the elbow. Dr. Hollopeter was puiii ruoued and reduced the iujured member to its normal position. The frazzled edge of in infant blizzard struck n in the Xeck Saturday, and left some moisture in the grouud. Some talk of plowing sod. Mai tin Duley was out from the capi tal Tuesday, viewing his farm. lie will have 100 acres of sou broken this spring. J. Beui ley will move out to his farm inthe?piiug aud be one of the Xeck boys. We welcome all who want to settle in our mids. The Xeck is always on the boom, and we ean boast of having the finest community of farms on earth. Sam Drake, .- bachelor cowboy . and broncho buster, is fatill looking for a housekeeper, lie says there must be a change in his mode of living soon, or he'll have to shut his eyes...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 16 February 1894

The Globe-Republican. u w $s 1' DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16; 1894. EIGHTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVII. NO' 18. The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. consolidated, 1839. The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN, " 18. :? i i u V h :mv. H vauyv ci;x l j-Hs vr What is Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, MorpMne nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys TVorrns and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and TYind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. C toria is the Children's Panaeea-the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria is an arcellcct medicine fcr chil dren. Mothers hare repeatedly told iue of its .go...

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. — 16 February 1894

?U3 if 'its 3, T4 7i?VS t ' fcS? The Globe-Republican. PUBLISHED BT TDC GLOBE PTJBLISHXN-Q- CO. W. C. SHINN, Xaupr. DODGE CITY, KANSA&. TEAIN WRECKERS. Work of Railroad Bandits io Texas. Sails Torn Up and a Brakeman Shot Tha Historic Warship Kearsarge Goes on a Reef Other Interesting General 'cw. Work of Wreckers. Houston, Tex., Feb. 10. Last night at the high bridge over White Oak bayou, train wreckers removed the rails and fish-plates on the Missouri, Kansas & Texas railroad. When the passenger train came along the engine passed safely over, but the baggage and mail coaches jumped the track and rolled down the embankment, fol lowed by the smoker, which landed on top of them. The wreck presented a frightful ap pearance. Joe Elliott, brakeman, was sent back to flag the train, which was Boon due. He had not proceeded a hundred yards when a volley from am bush was fired upon him. Four bullets took effect in his body. The crew in the meantime, aided by passengers, were at work ...

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. — 16 February 1894

?- v lr5C , . 71 7 :k ffc ti r:fr mjp. BETTEE THAJf Dr. Talmage Discourses on Happiness of Religion. the The World With All Its Emoluments Can nut SsttUfjr the oul Sacrifice on Which the System of Re ligion Depends. In a late sermon preached at Brook- lyn. Rev. T. DeWitt Talraage took for his subject: "Rubies Surpassed.'' His text was from Proverbs, viii. 11: "Wis don is better than rubies." Dr. Tal mage said: You Lave all seen the precious stone commonh- called the rub-. It is of deep red color. The Bible makes much of it. It glowed in the first row of the high priest's breast-plate. Under an other name it stood in the wall of Heaven. Jeremiah compares the ruddy cheek of the Nazarites to the ruby. Ezekel points it out in the robes of the king of Tyre. Four times does Solo mon use it as a symbol by which to ex tol wisdom, or religion, alwaj-s setting its value as better than rubies. The home of the genuine ruby is Burmah, and sixty miles from its capi tal, where lives and reigns its...

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. — 16 February 1894

X'Z?jrZ&Z?"V at?- sssssststc ?j i:mm&j,zw&J! -- jtrJLi m imtmmmk mmmamm rrtA ----. :f"--- --- - -;- .?r a-f T , ?TZ'-r-.,&m ISL '. ij& Tf& -V. -" it M' S'' The Globe-Republican, 3Sa.t of S'u.'bsezS.pta.easL: fin Advance.) One year... Three months SO Six mouths...- 75 Single copies .5 BATES OF ADVEBTITWC. .PEB-llOSTH. TwoolBHtBS V-W One oolnrnn One-haU column Less ban one-half cotamq, per Inch. . . . .50 'LOCAL NOTICES Firet Insertion, ten ceBts per line; live centsgper line each additional Insertion. Legal notices, 51.00 per square, nonpareil type.iirst Insertion; fifty cents per square each enbsequenMnscrtlon. W. C. -SHINN' Manager. FJIIDAY,FEBBUARY 1G, 1894. TJie Truths of Prophecy. Is theie a single individual who has contributed to the support of the soup houses that have .been established throughout the couutiy -during the pres ent wiuter who has not asked himself why charity in that form is demanded? It is not the way with Americans to ask for charity w...

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. — 16 February 1894

ITHE s NEW YORK STORE MORTGGE i SALE. Will Continue Until and Including Saturday, February 17, When the Remnant of the Stock will be sold in bulk in obedience to the court's order. m 13 l-i&j X GREATER REDUCTIONS In prices for the next two weeks than ever before wit nessed in Dodge City, for we realize that if sold in bulk the stock will bring only about fifty per cent of cost. The Globe-Republican. Official City and County Paper. I I I 1 1 I I I I I I 1 Entered at the I'obtoflice at Dodpe City, Kansas., for transmN-ion through the mails a second-clasd matter. RAILROAD TIME CARD. CHICAGO, KOCK ISLAXD & PACIFIC KY. Train Xo. 121 arrive 1:55 p. in. Train So. 1-- departs -':45 p. m. Daiiy except Sunday. T. C. SMITH. Agent. CHANGE IX POSTOFFICe HOURS. Sam to 6:30 p in Stamp "Window, 7 a mto'pm Register and money order window, S am to 5 p m except Sundays. Sundavs S:30 to 9:30 a m. and 2 to 3 p ni. R. W. EYAXS, P. M. By L. K. Evans and W. 11. Douahoc, Deputies. LOCAL BREVITIES. T...

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. — 16 February 1894

V5&3S 3r tl I HE stories of battle and raid. In the times when our flag was made. Oh, let them be often told. And the stripes and stars we'll raise, In token of thanks and praise To one, in the grand old days. Most patient and wise and bold. In hoc or of truth and right. In honor of courage and might, And the will that makes a waft In honor of work well done, In honor of fame well won, In honor of "Washington, Our flag is floating to-day. Youth's Companion. I HERE! I do be lieve that boy will be the ruin of me. He never knows how to do anything right. And now here he's been and cut down all the maples and saved the basswoods in that wood lot in my absence, and I found the oxen mismated, and everything' was all wrong. A boy that don't know enough to tell the difference between soft and hard wood won't ever amount to much, in my opinion. 1 was so provoked that I told him he could go to bed without his supper. Perhaps it will teach him a lesson." -v-mwm m r Old .Squire -Holton was ...

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. — 16 February 1894

iaisJ2fi Zlrj&rs -J . v&SJ iaS: '"4 If J 7 G tt ? .- , j jrrx jf,it. J--C feC? , PCs j mE gv KANSAS STATE NEWS. EaiifH5 as a Home Market. In referring- to the home markets which Kansas has within its borders for an extremely large proportion of its surplus agricultural productions, Secretary Coburn, of the state board of agriculture, suggests in the current quarterly report the possibility that very many Kan&ana, as well as the pub lic at large, do not comprehend the magnitude of some of the markets, manufactures and commercial enter prises within our own state do not realize that there are, for instance, in Kansas City, Kan., the most extensive ind active live stock market in the world, with one exception; meat slaughtering, curing and preserving es tablishments exceeded in capacity only by those of one city Chicago, and a grain market doing the largest busi ness between the Mississippi river and the Pacific ocean. The official record of their transactions demonstrates ...

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. — 16 February 1894

h li :h Tk Globe-Republican. Has a Circulation More Than Twice as Large as any other Newspaper In the County. MEETING Of County Commissioners February .":', :?) i Hoard of Couhry Commisjioiiers met Jlon- dey. February 5th, 1894. at 2 p. m., to allow jury feebilU and trnnsrtct stleh oilier bushiest, as might properly come before ha Board. 1'resent. Cbuirimtn Fred Gardner and '.V. II. McKinney. The following- jury fee bills were on motion allewed: CO "VV.u-it.1' 30 CO W M linker 2 00 BenjT-mnell SOW ML Calloway :!0 0) Fred Boyd Hi 00 Al Ilerniy &0W H Ii Uell 10 oo James Lusk i W DPItasliii 'A199 Jl 15 SuvJer r.2 M CSIrix'on 42 00 A F usfe : OJ ASSisson 48 tt .Tames HucLner S3 00 PH Jleliu 6 3) John Imcl 5 00 H Clav Baird 45 10 WAlteid 570 F.JInel 5S70 Chas KuiFmkam J5 So Geo F U'evaud 'J5 30 J A S!inptau?h 25 30 .Geo II -Steele 7 30 Urias bhciler 23 30 CMK. berts -'4 50 1 VStcwari 25 30 25 30 25 80 740 7 3) 550 530 5 00 5 40 11 40 9 tO 11 20 9 00 9 20 9 10 960 "CO '0 00 24 SO 24 0...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 23 February 1894

sjfV7'jy;S'Jjf- If, X rr IjfLOIdjlL" The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. rnn;,oIi(lutecl 1S The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN. " 1866. coaaouuatea, -. 2QU5Z CITY, KAHSAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1894. EIGHTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVII. HO 19. 'J "V Republican. v -v I IS-, r$t ' b;- . Wh sawaw wbbbbsbbbwbt aMisha ff l J Bn J f-i Tl BLr if 5 Castoria is Dr. Bamnel Pitcher's prescription for Infant3 and Children. It contains neither Opium3 Morphine no? other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute. for Paregoric, Drops, Soothiuff Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is PlcMMuat. Ito guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothew. Castoria (Sestroys "Worms and allays fevcrlsnness. Castoria prevents voraltfny Sour Curd, caroo larrnoca and Wind Colic Castoria relieves tsjetfciasj tecfelev ere constipation and flatulency. Cssftec-ts. ooaiaUmtKii Cc SB, MgalsvUw ike stomach aad be72o, Bivirg fcaaltfcy and aatcrai sleep. Caa torla is the Childreacs Paaocea the Mother's Friend. Castoria, Castoria Is an exc...

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. — 23 February 1894

a u4- RTMtVWR!MRRrSKi,'ilpnH?it-,K,r ffr"C-S. O&WIsrTaBSSSW M ! I n I I III I III MMMM III Mill 11 1 I Z . os" Rs K&r'w Ijwp!3 v f " x';xs,S-v''' 53?r-T ? 3 a7; 'm tik u The Globe-Republican. STTBLISHED BY THX GLOBE FTJBLISHXlSra- OO. W. C. SHINN, Manager. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. A SURPRISE. The Supreme Court Problem Is Solved at Last. The President Nominates Senator White, of Louisiana, for Associate Justice and He Is Immediately Confirmed. 3Ir. Justice White. Washington, Feb. 20. Senator White, of Louisiana, has been nom inated for associate justice of the su preme court. The nomination was a complete sur prise to every on a As soon as the nomination was re ceived the senate went into executive session and confirmed Mr. White with out opposition. Edward D. White will take his seat on the supreme bench as the youngest of the justices, and, with the exception of Justice Field and Harlan, he will have entered at an earlier period in life than any of the other justices, and will h...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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