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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 8 June 1894

?. T ,fl fefT- r! VH w & SF- Ki GKOTTO OF COVINGTON. In Imitation of the Famous Shrine at Lourdes. Contracted by a Reverent Catbollc Priest 1st FalOCment of fiolema Prayer An Interesting Resort for American Catholics. Special Cincinnati (O.) Letter. In the department of Hautes Pyre nees in France, and on the right bank of the Gave de Pan, is situated the town of Lourdes. The last quarter of a century has seen this little town jrow into wide celebrity. It has be come as famous in Catholic history as Rome and Jerusalem, and is yearly vis ited by throngs of tourists, drawn thither, if Catholics, as devout pilgrims: If Protestants, as curious though re spectful siyht seer!. The original site of the town was a Roman castellum. A feudal castle later dominated the place, and is still een picturesquely crowning one of the high bluffs of the neighborhood. On the pastures roundabout graze a superior breed of milch cows and great herds of sheep, watched over by shepherd esses. To one of 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. — 8 June 1894

HT ?.iSS 7. & ; The Globe-Republican. Sataa of S-u."bcxipts.osxt T- Ydvance.) Oneyerr .$1.50 Three months 50 ixmoctLh 75 Single copies .5 KATES OF ADVEBTITIJIG. PER MONTH. Two columns SIO.OO One column 6.00 One-half column 4.00 Leas than one-half column, per Inch 50 LOCA1. NOTICES First insertion, ten cents per He; five cents per line each" additional insertion. Legal notices, ?1.00 per square, nonpareil Type, first insertion; fifty cents per square dch -subsequent Insertion. W. C. SHINN, Manager. FRIDAY, JUNE 8th, 1894. For Congress, 7th District, X. X0270-. The war hrOolorado is trembling on the werge of a blooey battle or a peaceful set tlement. Governor Waite threatens to defend the strikers with stele raalitia, in case wholesale arrests are attempted. He -Bays .I tne mme owners. The republican party won a sweeping victory in (Oregon. The plurality for governor at -last reports, was given as 17,000. Both congressmen are elected by large pluralities. The legislature on .joint...

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. — 8 June 1894

Hffi&k r-v fc F: Bu Srfr. !At i-Ofarf The Globe-Republican. Official City and County Paper. I I 1 I I I 1 I ' 1 I 1 I Entered at the rostoffiee at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission through the mails a second-class matter. RAILROAD TIME CARD. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFICJtY. Notice Taking effect Sundav. April 29th, 1S94. Our train No. 121 will arrive at Dodge City 1:30 p. m., and train 122 leave. 3:25 p. m. T. C. Smith, Agent. W. T. COOLIDCE, Abstracter, Real Estate and Insurance Agent Good farms and City Property for sale or trade. Pay taxes for non residents. Examine lands. Only set of abstract book in Ford County up to date. (lUEENSME I SAM STUBBS, Propr.J r " Sam Stubbs has filled a long felt want in opening an exclu sive stock of Queensware. The new store ocuuples the quar ters lately vacated by the Cen tral Meat Market. If you want to see the latest designs or buy at prices that will suit asy pocketbook, go look over this great assortment. Bay where you can get the best ...

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. — 8 June 1894

WmmwW S'oSWAwvi$ '. 'fi;irp.- - I'Ky I-W' " .--- - 5 e F- . - v ' --' m s? & , 1 r.Si'-J The Globe-Republican; VUBUSHZDBT ' aLOBE PUBLISHING CO. w. a SHIXH, DODGE CITY, KAH1A& THE LABOR TROUBLES The Situation at Cripple Creek and Other Places. Colorado Mlnere Fortified and Prepared Ut Fight Troop on Duty In Indiana The Trouble at Leavenworth Again Re ported to Be Settled. Cripple Creek's Woes. Cbipple Ckekk, Col., June 4. All day yesterday the striking' miners were on the alert expecting1 that at any mo ment some of Sheriff Bowers' deputies would put in an appearance in some remote portion of the camp. Not a single miner is working in the camp. One shift was put in on the Moose, Elk ton, Prince Albert. Gold Dollar, Ing ham, Jack G., and a few other proper ties, but the managers of the severa" mines were informed at noon that it would be impossible to run any oi the properties at night. The men arc now confident that they will be at tacked some time to-day. They are ready, an...

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. — 8 June 1894

WmwwW ?s:bx$& .V--? "rtvy?' s? firVv &-? l&vs& EMS ' I M ?r . G 5. -V- l'!' A I.!4 M h : f tv ' M "a; 5 Hfist- . . Jf-RvWai v;f-- HEAVY WEIGHTS. Dr. Talmage Preaches a Powerful Sermon in San Francisco, rakinjr For His Text Fulnu It. 22: Cast Tby Burden Upon the Lord, and He Will Sostain Thee." Dr. Talmage preached Sunday in San Francisco to a large and deeply in terested audience on the subject of "Heavy Weights," the text being- taken from Psalms lv, 22, "Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and he shall sustain thee." David was here taking his own medi cine. If anybody had on him heavy weights, David had them, and jet out of his own experience he advises you and me as to the best way of getting rid of burdens. This is a world of burden bearing. During the past few days tid ings came from across the sea of a mighty and good man fallen. A man full of the II0I3- Ghost was He. his name the snj-onym of all that is good and kind and gracious and beneficent. Word comes to us of...

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. — 8 June 1894

gPSswspiapsBSSS: ss?SSa33 r & 1 :i , si- Ri- -. U trSs s REPUBLICAN. Has a Circulation HoreThan rw!ceas Large ".""V Cthc fL'Vrpnpcr !n t!iO County. z -"::::::::':::::::::::::-::::::::::" DODGE CITY, KANSAS. QOXS OF VETERANS. The Headquarters f- of Kansas Division, Sous of Veterans, IT. S. A., are located 1: il.e Wright building(up. stairs), south-a-t corner Second .uenue smcl Chestnut -trec-t. Tne rnonii arc open from 9 it. in. to 4 p. in. VIMting brothcis are cor dially Invited to cull. E. II.M-VDI--OX, Division Com'der. 1'. A. HOBBLE, Div. Adjutant. CHANGE IN l-OSTOFFICe HOURS. S a m to 0.31 1 in Sia.i-p Wialow, 7 a m to 7 p m llcgisrer and uioucy orJerviiiuW. S am to 5 p in excopi Sunli)s. suadaj i k:.i ) to 9.3U a ui. and -! to 3 p iu. IX. W. EVAXrs, P. M. 15 L. K. Cran and W. II. Donahue. Deputies. Rightcoas Indignation. , 'I want a divorce," she said, as she sank into a chair in the lawyer's of fice. "From your husband?" queried the nareful attorney. "No, from my grandfath...

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. — 15 June 1894

5?6jgr i 'A The PUBLICAN. rs i 25e E2SS SS'rSS" m6 iShl I Consolidated. 1M. Tbe FORD CO. KEP'TmUCAlf, " 188. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1894. EIGHTEENTH YEAR. VOL XVII. NO 35. Globe-Re . V r"5 S? r A '. GREAT ROOK ISLAND ROUTE T TO THE EAST. BEST DINING CAR SERVICE IN THE WORLD. The Bock Island is foremost in adopt ing any advantage calculated to im prove speed and give that luxury, safety and comforfc that popular patronage de mands.'. Its equipment is thoroughly complete with vestibuled trains, mag nificent dining cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all the most eleprant, and of recently improved patterns. Faithful and capable management and polite, honest service from em ployes are important items. They are a double duty to the Company and to travelers and it 13 sometimes a task difficult of accomplishment. Passen gers on this line will find little cause for complaint on that ground. The importance of this Line can be better understood if a short lesson in BSEsSMHaA .geog...

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. — 15 June 1894

''..-.S"- mzgzgzFg f WWiW ?f4hJJi .3-- Xv? - -&.; s? 7 v $' m F9s-sf3, f t'i- ?c v 1 i& fci .-K x The Globe-Republican. published nin OLOBE PUBLISHING OO. W. a 8BIHK, Hmpr. "DODGE CITY, XAHSA& BILL DALTON DEAD. The Notorious Outlaw Shot by Officers. A Lively Pursuit and Brief Fight wltr Quick Results Career of the Dalton Gang as Outlaws and Robbers. ftood-tiy, Billy. Paris, Tex., June 10. After a contin uous cnase of over three weeks, the Longriew bank robbers were roundefl up near Ardmore. I. T., yesterdaj-. and Bill Dalton, the notorious outlaw, train and bank robber, was killed hy the offi cers in their efforts to arrest him. It had been given out that the pur suit had been abandoned, but the rays terious movements around the office oJ United States Marshal Williams showed that he was in the possession of val uable information. Monday night hf left here with several trusted deputief for a point on the Canadian river. It transpires now that on Monday two men went to Du...

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. — 15 June 1894

..&- F " c .3.f"5j-ll "- a X ' !-"-. ssgC.-- & : NEEDLE anfiTYKS. Dr. Talmage Discourses on the Sub iect of "Woman's Toils. She Has the Bight to Do Anything She Can Do Weil Industry IVill Be Iler Salvation Peril of Idleness. I 111 a sermon chosen for the Sunday lfter he sailed for Europe. Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage took for his subject "Martyrs of the Needle." the text being- .Matthew xix.. 24: "It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle." Following- is the sermon: Whether this "eye of the needle" be the small gate at the side of the big gntc at the tntrance of the wall of the ancient eity. as is generally inter preted, or the eye f a needle such as is now handled in s-iwing a garment. I do not say. In either case it would be a tight thing for a camel to go through the eye of a needle. Hut there are whole" caravans of fatigues and hard ships going through the eye of the ew- ing woman's needle. Very long ago the .i-d'e was bus.. It was considered honorable for wom...

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. — 15 June 1894

rz&& ss-rt !sr: - '. k s f c 1 fc I K fefev tes- fe ms The Globe-Republican. XSataa of Sia.'bsexlptxos&r fTn Vdvance.) Oaeyear $1.50 Three months 50 Bix monies . duhsmjwii:.. - RATES OF AVERTITIWC. PER MONTH. Two columns $10.00 One column 6-W One-half column -0 Less than one-half column, per Inch 50 LOCAL NOTICES First Insertion, ten cents per line; five cents per line each additional insertion. Legal notices, $1.00 per square, nonpareil type, first insertion; fifty cents per square each subsequent Insertion. W. C. SHINN, Manager. FEIDAY, JUNE 15th, 1894. For Congress, 7th District, Tbe vote on woman suffrage in the pop. ullst convention stood 337 for the suffrage plank and 2G9 agaiust. The fixers for fusion did not want the suffrage plank be cause it is obnoxious to democracy, and the question now bothering them is whether the democrats will swallow pop ulism and woman suffrage at one gulp. The adoption of woman suffrage by the pop convention does not give that par ty t...

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. — 15 June 1894

gt" .!WUH-' -Z1 - f J- V iir&c.cr'S.--S''! - " "svr , - , - ,- - "i -" ?" . " ' ' -i. - -. rrT5'Tr C ,Cr-& v: wf, 3 sgri CT'lrf .?c"A-JP-?A-?-rif'S!rr '" '-r - - . . -. X PWSW5g?W,'K(RTR.?r ,;Hf? V s K 13 It - The Globe-Republican, Official City and County Paper. I I I I I I I ' I I I Entered at the Tostoffice at Dodge City, ansas, for transmission through the mails Kansas, a second-class matter. RAILROAD TIME CARD. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND 4 PACIFIC RY. Xotice Taking effect Sundav, April 29tb, IS94. Our train Xo. 121 will arrive at Dodge City 1:30 p. m.. and train 122 leave 3:2." p. m. T. C. Smith, Agent. SON'S OF VETERANS. The Headquarters of Kansas Division, Sons of Veterans, U. S A., are located in the Wright buildlng(up stalre), southeast corner Second avenue and Chestnut street. The rooms are open from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Visiting brothers are cor dially invited to call. E. H. MADISON, Division Com'der. F. A. HOBBLE, Div. Adjutant. CHANGE IN POSTOFFICE HOURS. 8 am to 6:30 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. — 15 June 1894

vsmisBgBm. ?a. wmrstWfm M iiy.1iajv?ii-w.rr'-h w t 3wt. rTvwv-' - ;3f :r THE OLD DESIRE. There kindles within my breast Ever the old desire, When wa-ers along the west The maple's beacon Are. It's oh! to be out on the hills Over the dead, dull plain, To hear the autumn rills Echo the far refrain: To pluck the milkweed's down From its pillow within the pod. And mint the gold for a crown Prom the ore of the golden rod: To taste the oil of the nut That Is racy ripe at the core, And the tang in the flagroot shut By the racing rillet's shore: To drain from a bounteous cruse The purple wine of delight. To dream the feet of the Muse Are twinkling along the height: To gather all gracious gain In sight, in scent, and in son, A?ainst the ruin of rain. And the winter white and long. I sec it along the west. The maple's beacon Are, And there kindles within my breast Ever the old desire. Clinton Scollard, in N. Y. Independent. Which do rrtfSrs 94tf! v7tffr wr I " jmtliX -JiV flflQNBB aSf s BY A....

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. — 15 June 1894

'l- SFT.1 -'" '5?5?0 & r-fS r- la ISf m. vj$ mi J- m i? MKL ,iS THE WINNERS. Leaden Who Will Advance with the Re publican Hots to Victory. THE CANDIDATES. Edmund X. Morrill iras born at "Westbrook, Cumberland county, Me., February 12, ISM. He was educated In the common schools of hi county and at Wetbrook seminary. His father was a tanner, and young Morrill learned that trade and worked at it for awhile. At the age of 23 he removed to Kan sas, locating in Brown county, where he nas ever since resided. He built and operated the first sawiaill in that section of the country. In the fall of 1857 Mr. Morrill was elected a member of the SrM. free state legislature, rep resenting Brown and Xemeha counties. In the following January he was elected a member of the legislature under the Lecompton constitution. Octobers. lSbl, Mr. Morrill enlisted as a pn- vate soldier at Fort Leavenworth, in company C. Se. enth Kansas cavalry. He was ooa made a sergeant, and in August, 1SS-. was appointed...

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. — 15 June 1894

tFzgm&sm S- v 7 -$ ,; 5 , ? -,;r- "S. -J THE BICYCLE BOAT. Quite Popular on the Lakes of the Supplied with Almost Every Mod Bote de Boulogne. j era Oonrenlenoe. The Motive System of the Kew-agled FlMrar Oraft Hew-tfc Batte m th Ctearlags la Calculate The Qmmtlam of Biit Small pleasure boats propelled Ty a Berew actuated by pedals have been ob served since last summer upon one of the lakes of the Bois de Boulogne, ttheir mechanism Is ingenious. The Idea of substituting a screw actuated by pedals for oars or paddle wheels is not new, but this is the first time that we have seen it realized in a sufficient ly practical manner to assume the pro portions of a genuine enterprise. The motive system of this new boat, de vised by Mr. Vallet, has much analogy with that of bicycles, and it is for this reason that it has been called a bicycle boat. One of the models especially (the one fig ured 2), which is designed for one per son, recalls the bicycle. In another model, designed for severa...

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. — 22 June 1894

Pip&, The Globe-Republican. The FORD CO. GLOBE, .Established 1877. consolidated, 1889. The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN, " 1886. J DODGE CITY. KANSAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 22, 1894. EIGHTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVII. NO 36. BF if.- GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE ?6 ! TO THE EAST. BEST DINING CAR SERVICE IN THE WORLD. The Rock Island is foremost in adopt' ing any advantage calculated to im prove speed and give that luxury, safety and comfort that popular patronage de mands. Its equipment is thoroughly complete with vestibuled trains, mag nificent dining cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all the most elegant, and of recently improved patterns. Faithful and capable management and polite, honest service from em ployes are important items. They are a double duty to the Company and to travelers and it is sometimes a task difficult of accomplishment. Passen gers on this line will find little cause for complaint on that ground. The importance of this Line can be better understood if a short lesson in geography be now...

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. — 22 June 1894

fli ?5Sri F,V ' .Z -, 7 3 ' v- ir -t .-vis ?- Tips M k V, f k The Globe-Republican. riJBUSHXD BT' GLOBE PXTBLABBJ3H9- CO. w. a SHINN, DODGE CITY, KAHBA& FROM WASHINGTON. Harrowing Story of an Anarchisl Plot Sensational Keport About "Mowing Up the Cpitol and Other Itulldings Which Is l'cMitively Denied Treas ury Deficit. A Sensational Story. "Washington. June 18. An anarchist plot to blow up the public buildings in Washington has been discovered by the district police. The leader of the an archists is H. J. J axon, a half-breed French Canadian who has for years been closely identified with the Chi cago anarchists, and whose office has been located in the Times building in that city. For weeks past a house at 1021 Ver mont avenue, in this city, where the secret meetings of the anarchists have been held, has been watched by the police, and a man named De Masters, known both as doctor and professor, and an ex-Episcopalian minister, has attended the meetings and is the in formant. 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. — 22 June 1894

irtSs ; 3 & ' ft ItS f AT NIGHT. The darkness gatters. the wind sobs loud. I hear the weeping rain: The heaven U wild with scurrying cloud, Aad my heart with its old pain. By my hearthstone tis lone 'tis lone; How is it. then, with thee. My love, ray bride, on the cold hillside. In sound cf the moaning sea? VAround me stretches the bleak, wild moor Where I have made my home: The wind's hand rattles at the door. The wind's voice whispers: Come." The racing clouds in their mad Sight Beckon me as they go , The stress and purpo-e of the night. Its end and aim I know. Fast, fast go they, and all one way Wind, rain and cloudy rack. To weep and rave on thy lone grave, Aad aye to call thee hack. I open wide the rattling door Wind, rain and cloud stream free: Across the miles of barren moor I fiy with them to tfcee. Herbert E. Clark, in X Y. Independent. MY A. COXAX DOYLE. PAST XX. CHAPTER IV. COSTEJUED. It was a bewildering route for any one who was not accustomed to face Nature in her ...

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. — 22 June 1894

ng?593r3fwf - , :M ? ,tj 15 a The Globe-Republican. Jteif of-CL"bcxltioaii rt tdvaace.) One year fUO Three months M x meats .75 eiag1eaees J AXES F AWEBT1TMC. PEE MONTH. Two columns $10.00 One column " One-half column 4-W Less than one-half column, per Inch M LOCAL NOTICES First Insertion, ten cents per line; five cents per line each additional insertion. Legal notices, 11.00 per squire, nonpareil type, first insertion; fifty cents per square eackeubsequent Insertion. would get about 1,100, and Id lew than six months some fellows would be ridiag in palace cars aud others would be walking cross-ties and howling for an other divy. Sam ydmes. The leaocratic party of this district is just now engaged in the courageous and honest pursuit of endorsing and in structing their congressional delegates for Jerry Simpson. W. C. SHLNN, Manager. FBIDAY,JU2iE 22d,1894. For Congress, 7th District, Commonweal Army in Dodge City. About thirty commonwealers from California boarded a Santa Fe freight t...

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. — 22 June 1894

&'' 4 The Globe-Republican. Official City and County Paper. I I I I I I J il 1 I v..h mt the Poatofllce at Dodce Kansas, for transmission through the mal a secona-ciM mmi- RAILROAD TIME CARD. CHICAGO. BOCK ISLAND PACIFIC BY. Notice Taking effect Sunday, April 29th, 1894. Our train No. 121 will arrive at Dodge City 1:30 p. m., and traia 122 leave 3:25 p. m. T. V. muu, Agent. SONS Or VETERANS. The Headquarters of Kansas Division, Sons of Veterans, U. S A., are located In the Wright buildlng(up stairs), southeast corner Second avenue and Chestnut street. The rooms are open from 9 a. in. to 4 p. m. Visiting brothers are cor dially Invited to call. . . E. H. MADISOJf, Division Com'der. F. A. HOBBLE, Div. Adjutant. CHANGE IN P0ST0FFICE HOURS. a m to 6:30 p m Stamp Window, 7 a m to 7 p m Register and money order window, 8 am to 5 p m except Sundays. Sundays S:30 to 9:30 a m. and 2 to 3 p m- R. VT. EVANS. P. M. By L. K. Evans and W. II. Donahoe, Deputies. W. T. COOLIDGE, Abstracter, Rea...

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. — 22 June 1894

-5 . 'V -"J ViA '' Wf '$& r -vr '--.--? r-""jv .-,-5. , sissic.sJQs?-:;: V S" f"i?TyV "SWI : ANOTHER CHANCE. Dr. aJraage on the Mistakes This Life. of ing Hindoos the way to Heaven, and to expect Him to invite ns again, and Dr. Abeel, who gave his life have" we a right to blame Him if He in the evangelization of China, does not invite us? and .Adoniram Judson, who toiled I If twelve gates of salvation stood for the redemption of Borneo, open twenty years or fiftv years for They Cannot Be Corrected In tbe Xext World We Shall Be Judged by Our Acts on Earth Xo Other Chance. should be sent down by some celestial missionary society to educate those who wasted all their earthly existence. Evangelistic and missionary efforts are ended. The entire kingdom of the our admission, and at the end of that time they are closed, can we complain of it and say: "These gates ought to be open again. Give us another chance?" If the .steamer is to sail for Hamburg. morally bankrupt by themselves, whe...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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