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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 22 June 1894

immmwm' IT" 4 IF i - lZZ "?r V I- DIOGRAPHICAL. r After the surrender of the confederate armies rltc vmrfmont U'jc tr t rcr i it 1a. -waca Brief Sketch or the Life of Each of the department for service in the Indian campaign Kepabllcaa Candidate. which followed the close of the rebellion. After ""he Topeka Capital publishes sketches a service of three years he was mustered out oi the candidates nominated at the re- ahis regiment at Fort LeavenworA. Kan.. ,". " . 4. v- t. ani immediately returned to West Virginia. publican state convention, which we There he engaged in teachinsr and in the study reproduce, with the exception of a of law. On being admitted to the bar he c&us biographical sketch of Hon. E- X. Mor- west and located at Pleasanton. Linn county. rill. vvhi,.h has hpr.-tofore been Dub- van.,m Jtarcn. is.i, aaa was maae principal lished: For Associate Justice. j "William A. John ton. the only man on the re publican ticket this, year to tx nominated with out oTw:iioa, i t...

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. — 22 June 1894

f-VS- :& r& WH & & Outward and YIsIMa Slga. Banks That real estate man who has an office across the street has just made a sale. Rivers How do you know? "How do I know? Haven't yon seen him smoking1 a cob pipe every day for the last six weeks? "I think I have." "Well, can't yon see he's smoking a Cigar?" -Chicago Tribune. A Woman of the World. Mr. Verarich Do not, do not answer stily. I will give you time to re ject, if you wish. Miss Beauti It won't take long. How many clubs do you belong to? i "Well er five or six, but " "Then I will be 3'our wife. I proba tbly will not see you often enough to imatter." X. Y. Weekly. "An Agonizing Thought. Dora Why are you crying? Clara Geo I mean Mr. Xi Xicefel lo Id kissed me in the the hall. . Dora lie doubtless acted on a sud ,den impulse. I wouldn't cry about that. Clara But I I slapped him for it and I'm a afraid I hur hurt him. Boo, hoo, hoo! Puck. Transferred. He rubbed his face against her cheek Till all the color fled. Tw...

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. — 29 June 1894

pis- The Globe-Republican. t The FORD CO- GLOBE. Established 1S77. The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN, " 18S6. j Consolidated, 16S9. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 29. 1894. EIGHTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVII. NO 37. GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE TO THE EAST. THE BEST DININC CAR SERVICE IN THE WORLD. The Rock Island is foremost in adopting any advantage calculated to improve speed and give that luxury, safety and comfort that popular pat ronage demands. Its equipment Is thoroughly complete with vestibuled trains, magnificent dining cars, sleep ers and chair coaches, all the most elegant, and of recently improved patterns. The importance of this line can bo better understood if a short lesson in geography be now recited: "What is the great Eastern termini the Rock Island Route? Chicago. What other sub-Eastern termini has it? Peoria. To what important points does it run trains to the North west? St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota, and "Watertown and Sioux Falls, Da Icota. To what important Iowa and Nebrask...

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. — 29 June 1894

h4fimk 3 " -F; ! Ef.SCK fv I 14 I f 1- :&r & i -J.-- r , -SI?. ifEfo. Jonathan, Loquitur. rH: I'm a Philistine, and wear my emotion Somewhat on my sleeve, and be- JiWy tion iprof usely. no doubt. In a fashion bucolic. With scarce any choice 'twixt a fight and a colic. Whenever that banner up there is unrurled. The flag of my country, the bloom o' the world I It may be "badJorm," or "provincial," or "fly," To wake up the dead on the Fourth of July With cannons and firecrackers, trumpets and drums; Hut the blood in my reins sort o' bubbles and hums Whenever that banner up there is unfurled. The flag of my country the bloom o' the world! Forbid not the children, the girls and the boys; Of such Is the kingdom: go on with the noise! It's good to be young, and it's good to be here On the happiest day that comes in the year The day on which Freedom "Old Glory" un furled. The flag of my country, the bloom o' the world! God bless the old fogy with fire in his eye And a whoop In his t...

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. — 29 June 1894

' 2? 3&?W4. $ ,f. "??- ?f f.v THE SABBATH. Dr.Talmage on the Necessity of Its Observance. It Is Cod's Day and Should Be Held Sacred The Parisian Compared with the American Sunday Man's Splr- itual Welfare at Stake. The subject latelv chosen by Eev. T. DeWitt Talmage as the theme of his sermon through the press was one of world-wide interest, viz.. the neces- J bit of guarding the Christian Sabbath against invasions that aim at its de struction. The text selected was Ex. xxxi. 13: "Verily. My Sabbath ye shall keep.' Following is the sermon: The wisdom of cessation from hard labor one day out of seven h almost universally acknowledged. The world has found out that it can do less work in seven days than in six. and that fifty two days of the year devoted to rest are an addition rather than a subtrac tion. Experiments have been made in all departments. The great Lord Cas tlereagh thought he could work his brain 3G."i days in the year, but after awhile broke down and committed sui ci...

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. — 29 June 1894

5vWPBP i ""sr .: , .rK.-i3, ? sTV's0!'- "CIK "?Wf,,-Cl tg- 5-; "? I '-? w- t3K?5to If " J The Globe-Republican. a.tes of S-ctacrlptioni fT- Vdvance.) One year fl.50 Three months 50 SixmoctLf .75 -Single copies .5 BATEM OF ADVERTISING. PER MONTH. Two columns.'. 10.00 One column 6.00 One-half column 4.00 Less than one-half column, per inch 50 LOCAL NOTICES Flifet Inseition, 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. FRIDAT, JUXE 29th, 1894. For Congress, 7th District, The Populist party begins to feel sick. Mrs. Lease is well enough to talk again. We noticed in the list of members of the Woman suffrage clnb of Garden City the names of Hon. Milton Brown, H. P. Myton, Mayor Munger and several other prominent citizens. The prospect is this movement will carry in Kansas next fall by an overwhelming majority. Havemeyer, the sugar...

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. — 29 June 1894

II ,? . The Globe-Republican. Official City and County Paper. I I I I I I I l I I Entered at the Tostoffice at Dodge City, ansas, for transmission through the mails Kansas, second-class matter. RAILROAD TIME CARD. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC BY. Xotice Taking effect Stindav, April 29tb, 1SA4. Our train Xo. 121 will arrive at Dodge City 1:30 p. m.. and train 122 leave 3:23 p. m. T. U. smitu, .agent. CONS OF VETERANS. The Headauartera 1 of Kansas Division. Sons of Veterans, U. S ., are located in the W right Dunumgiup stalrs), southeast corner Second avenue and Chestnut btreet. 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. S 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 Sunday. Sundays 8:30 to 9:30 a m. and 2 to 3 p m. R. W. EVANS, P. M. By L. K. Evans and W. II. Donahoe, Deputies. W. T. COO...

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. — 29 June 1894

B3SSRS N --v .-- j-- .. iv-i2- fcrj .?:-- fewa --.'.t.. V , r&z: s4 j1 -" T-'-.f 'fl r. fc3r. The Globe-Republican. PTTBZJSHO bt n GH.OBK PTXBLISHINa- OO. w. a SHINN, DODGE CITY, KAHSA& DEED OF A DASTAED. The President of France Assassi nated at Lyons. The Murderer a Young Italian Anarchist Who Stabbed Carnot While in His Car riage Receiving an Ovation from His People. President Carnot Murdered. Syoxs, June 25. Marie Francois Sadi Carnot was assassinated last night by an Italian anarchist named Cesare Giovanni Santo, who, under the pretext of presenting a petition, sprang upon the steps of the president's landau, while he was being driven to the theater, and stabbed him near the heart, inflicting a wound from which he died at 12:45 o'clock this, Monday, morning. The president was visiting Lyons in connection with the international ex hibition. His carriage was being driven slowly along in front of the Palais de Commerce, and then turned into the Rue de la Republique, still f...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 29 June 1894

Ml - l& ITS. r k LADY BUTT3N-LYES. When the busy day U clone And niy weary little one Rocl'ciu ceatly to . ni fro. When the nfc-ht wind- -oftly blow, And the crickets in la-; slen Chirp d chirp and chirp again: When upon the haunted green Fairies dance around their queen Then from yonJcr misty skies Cometh Lady Button-Eyes. Through the murk and mist and gloam To our quiet, cozy home, Where to singing, svreet ana low, Rocks a cradle to and fro: Where the clock'slull monotone Telleth of the day that's done: Where the moonbeams hover o'er Playthings sleeping on the floor Where my weary wee one lies Cometh Lady Button-Eyes. Cometh like a fleeting ghost From some distant eerie coast; Xever footfall can you hear As that spirit fareth near Xever whisper, never word From that shadow-queen is heard. In ethereal raiment dight. From the realm of fay and sprite In the depth of yonder skies Cometh Lady Button-Ej es. Layeth she her hands upon My dear weary little one. And those white hands, o...

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. — 29 June 1894

sp "4-v - &i Dynamite in Tree Planting, One very important subject anions fruitgrowers is to get a large growth in the trees and at the same time get them into bearing as soon as possible. Many experiments have been made to accom plish this result, aud so far there has been but one plan that lias been successful and given a hardy grow tli of the tree and at the same time bi ought the trees into early bearing and not at the expense of their vitality and longevity. The nature of trees and vegetables indi cate, that the cultivation of the soil is the main road to success, hi England and other European countiies the farmers who are laising root crops, cultivate the soil to u depth of upwards of two feet and with a greater return of crop than on land not so cultivated. The object in do ing this is to loosen the soil so it will hold the moisture for a longer period, thereby giving the roots a deeper aud longer growth. The fact is know u by most farmeis, but they have found it far too ...

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. — 6 July 1894

lfSfpsp5?3?5 -iCS5,, Vs The Globe-Republican. The FOBD CO. G5S. f stabUshed 1877. consolidated, usa. The FOBD CO. BEPDBLICAN, " 18. J DODGE CITY. KANSAS, FRIDAY. JULY 6, 1894. EIGHTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVII. NO 38. GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE TO THE EAST. THE BEST DININC CAR SERVICE IN THE WORLD. The Bock Island is foremost in adopting any advantage calculated to improve speed and give that luxury, safety and comfort that popular pat ronage demands. Its equipment Is thoroughly complete with vestibuled trains, magnificent dining cars, sleep ers and chair coaches, all the most elegant, and of recently improved patterns. The importance of this line can bo hetter understood if a short lesson in geography be now recited: What is the great Eastern termini the Rock Island Route? Chicago. "What other sub-Eastern termini has it? Peoria. To what important points does it run trains to the Northwest? St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota, and "Watertown and Sioux Falls, Da kota. To what important Iowa an...

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. — 6 July 1894

' .;&; J& ;rf 1? & ,T3SSf'X3'iJ,t7-rf' . "Wl." - . ." c4r -Si- V " ."' J Jf--.. c - o? - a -M hS& tits TO A SCHOOLGIRL. Her smooth head bending low, She pores with ciger joy. Dark eyes and cheeks aglow, O'er the old talc of Troy. Dear heart and innocent soul! Thee may the Rrowinj years, - As thy quick spring-tides roll. Bring joy. not tears -For thee let knowledge spread History's tented page. 'Quaint thoughts of sajres dead. The poet's noble raze, 'Gains patient science gives. And lettered fancies tine, 'The master-word which lives. Deathless, divine For tbee let music wake Deep, inarticulate thords. Which the rapi soul can take Swifter than any words: -Art's precious garden smile Through gates en wreathed with flowers, -And fairy dreams beguile Thy blameless hours. "But may no learning dim Those clear, regarding eyes; Still let the morning hymn And orisons arise. Leave knowledge which the mind. And not the heart, can move: Still, girl, thy treasure find In faith an...

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. — 6 July 1894

j ?.." - , i-S- II ' La sK 111 SJr y s y W. C. OWENS, of Kentucky. This gentleman fcas acquired considerable fame oa account of his rigorous campaign far the concessional nomination against William C. P. Breckinridge, of Madeline Pollari memory. Mr. Owens' agitation is characterized by diznity and fairaesa a course of action which may insure his nomination and election to congress. WASHINGTON GOSSIP. Affairs of State in Which Every body 13 Interested. Silver Medals for Brave and Patriotic Pennsylvanhtns The Nicaragua Canal Lobby Candidate for the Quar termaster Generalship. Special Washington Letter-1 There is a bill pending before the house committee on military affairs, the reading of which carries the mem ory of middle-aged men and women back to an exciting period of our na tional history. The bill was introduced by Congressman Erdman, of Pennsyl vania, and is as follows: "WHEREAS,on July 22, 1SG1, the house of representatives passed the following resolution: 'Resolved, -That the...

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. — 6 July 1894

BJgPE&SspmlgSsss - r ? The Globe-Republican. Official City and County Paper. I I I I I I I I ' I 1 I I Entered at the Fostofflce at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission tbroogb the nails a second-class matter. 2Sa.ts o SvOsaerlptlosas idvance.) One year ?1.50 Three months SO SixmoiitLs 75 Single copies .5 KATES OF ABVERTlTlflfl. I'ER MONTH. Twocolnmns $10.00 One column 6.00 One-half column 4.00 Less than one-half column, per inch 50 LOCAL NOTICES First insertion, ten cents per line; Ave cents per line each additional insertion. i Legal notices, 11.00 per square, nonpareil type, first insertion; fifty cents per square each subsequent insertion. W. C. SHINN. Manager. FRIDAY, JULY C, 1894. Republican State Ticket. For Associate Justice W. A. Johwbton. For Governor E. N.Morrill, For Lieutenant Governor J. A. TrodtmaN. For Secretary of State W.C. Edward 8. For Auditor of State Geo. E.Cole. For Treasurer of State. ...Otis L. Atiierton. For Attorney General t U. u.vwks. For Sup't Publi...

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. — 6 July 1894

&FWfZ3g$g3fr TS, N-JU a 5535F9 w? T ! "t s- -v", &: The Globe-Republican. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. RAILROAD TIME CARD. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACITOJIT Notice Taking effect Sundav,' April 29th, 1894. Our train No. 121 will arrive! at Dodge City 1:30 p. in., ana train iza leave 3:25 p. m. ...... T. C. Smith, Agent. CONS OF VETERANS. The HeadquarterB O of Kansas Division, Sons of Veterans, U. S A., are located In the Wright bnlldlng(up stalrs). southeast corner Second avenue and Chestnut street. The rooms are open irom 9 a. m. to 4 p. ra. Visiting urotners are cor dially Invited to call. ' E. If. MADISON , Division Com'der. F. A. HOBBLE, Div. Adjutant. CHANGE IN POSTOFFICE HOURS. 8am to 6:30 p m Stamp Window, 7 a m to7p m Register and money orderwindow, 8 am to 5 p m except Sundays. Sundays 8:30 to 9:30 a m, and 2 to 3 p m. R. W.EVANS. P.M. By L. K. Evans and W. II. Donahoe, Deputies. W. T. COOLIDGE, Abstracter, Real Estate and Insurance Apt. Good farms and City Property for sale or ...

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. — 6 July 1894

3SKe : . W1t-7". ' "-. -V" sassj yar: i. ry -. . "pev'f ' .""- ?fc ' .& SPr f- The Globe-Republican. rUBLISHKD BY THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO AY. C. SHIXX, Manager. DODGE CITY, : : KANSAS. A SWEEPING ORDER. Judge Caldwell Takes a Hand in the Rail, road Fight. ' Chicago, June 29. The following message was received here last night by Reeeiver Wilson, of the Atchison road, from Judge Caldwell, of the United States court. Judge Caldwell is now in Michigan on a pleasure trip. Weouetonsing. Mich., June 28, 1694. J. W. Reinhart, Boston, Mass. : John J. Mc Cook, Boston, Mass.; Joseph T. Wilson, Chi cago: Receivers of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad. Chicago, III.: The men in employ of the receivers of the Atchison railway system must discharge all ;heir usual duties or quit the service of the re vivers altogether and permit other men to ;ake their places who will discharge their du ;ies. All of the employes can quit the service f the company if they desire to do jo, but when th...

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. — 6 July 1894

zmw ''& .. x -3 n. AV- 1 S? wAS i-?& tt;if -- - ia fr - AN ASSUEANCE POLICY. BY BICHABD DOWU3H3. Copyright. 16M. by the Author.! .. evening- as Bracken, the PGaHm1 were strolling -fMf&Kllj) leisurely ljaKSl through Fitzroy llvlP square, he pointed across the way and said: "Did you ever hear of Ferdinand P r e v o t, a Frenchman and an artist?" "I cannot say I have." "He lived in lhat house opposite. He had come over here from Paris to seek his for tune as a portrait painter. Then he was a handsome young1 man of five-and-twenty, with very taking manners and many accomplishments. He had no success as .an artist, but he found the fortune he wanted in the posses sion of a widow, and he married her, a woman much older than himself. '.No sooner was the knot tied than he began to make her money fly. In five years they hadn't a rap. He was always a gentleman to his elderly wife. He never failed in politeness and at tention to her. and she simply wor shiped him; and, as far as we...

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 July 1894

3jS5 r j&gig ' ' i f'' I ifo 3 i. r ? s NEW ATLANTIC CABLES. Two of Them Will Be Built During the Present Season. Greater Efficiency Expected from ThuM Tbaa the Other Ten Now In Opera tion TIm Deep Sea and Shore End Cables. Of the ten telegraph cables now in operation across tbe North Atlantic, jlour belong to the Anglo-American company, three, starting from Ireland jttid one from France, all landing in Newfoundland. The French company's tine line terminates at St. Pierre, Miquelon, a little island oft the coast t)f Newfoundland. Then there's the TJnited States, direct, from Ireland, 'coming ashore at Eye, N. H. This and 'the two Western Union cables from (England to Nova Scotia are worked in a pool with the Anglo-American. Finally, the Commercial (Mackay-Ben-nett) company has two cables from Ireland to Nova Scotia, but is inde pendent of the combination. This latter company and the Anglo American have each projected new cables for this season, and the Com mercial people have al...

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 July 1894

mr? ry tgS'SSrSHw- ;-.- '. - - : - jr i- ' I Kf -jj ."&-" The Globe Republican. &. te S SS8 88: SgHkSBT SS: I consolidated, m DODGE CITY. KANSAS, FRIDAY. JULY 13 1894. EIGHTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XVII. NO 39. T E STJfe ta GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE i'HaBBBBBBBBBBBBB - A, TO THE EAST. THE BEST DINING CAR SERVICE IN THE WORLD. The Bock Island is foremost in adopting any advantage calculated to improve speed and give that luxury, safety and comfort that popular pat ronage demands. Its equipment is thoroughly complete with vestibuled trains, magnificent dining cars, sleep ers and chair coaches, all the most elegant, and of recently improved patterns. The importance of this line can bo better understood if a short lesson in geography be now recited: What is the great Eastern termini the Bock Island Bodte? Chicago. "What other sub-Eastern termini has it? Peoria. To what important points does it run trains to the North west? St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Watertown and Sioux Falls...

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 July 1894

: . Sfc"-'. (T - V" "-v . '!S'W15i5T" Vs v"7'Vr Tjst;' Vjj & ;t' fcL 7 - The Globe-Republican. PUBLISHED 15Y THE GLOBE 3?UBIL,I.SIIfGr W. a SHI XX, Manager. CO. DODCE CITY, KAXSAC. KANSAS STATE NEWS. Crop Report. The July crop report issued by Sec retary Coburn, of the state agricultural department, says: The yield of wheat Is estimated to be 28.320. 000 bushels. The acreage planted last fall, ac cording to the assessor's returns, was 4.72G.707 acres. The acreage actually harvested was 2, CC3.67I acres.' The report says the rains of the past month have brought the wheat out won derfully, making In many fields five to ten bushels per acre, where a month ago It was not thought possible to raise anj thing. The crop is all In shock or stack, except In the northern and northwestern counties, and the determination to stack before threshing is more general than in any preceding season. As a rule the bariest has been from a week to twelve da-, s earlier than usual except In some of the ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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