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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 November 1889

i v.nViiV'i :.,, u: rtarw-i Tnwfwaieaja?i?riiSJSJ,g V -T 3I -fcV .StSta"" "" The Globe-Republican. DODGE CITY. KANSAS, WEDNESDAY; N9VEMBER 27, 1889. FOURTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XIII, NO. 5 The FOBD CO. GLODE, Established 1877. p0nsoli"dated 1889. The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN', " 18SR. onsoiiuateu, ioo.. Bi X i f. i i-- V ' Small Profits and Quick Sales, "and One Price to all, is the Mot to of our Business. THE II BEEHIVE !! This Week is Hav ing a Clearing Sale CHDKCH DIRECTORY. Mkthodist episcopal Rev- IT. H. Rose, pastor.at new M.E. church evervSunday, at 11 a. m. and 7:39 p. m. Sun .i ci.nni o tt-ia . tn. Praver meet ing on Thursday 'evening and young folks U prayermeenng xuesuay ccuik -"" PRESBYTKRIAX. Rev. J. M. Wright, pastor. Services every Sunday 11 o'clock and 7:30. Sunday school 9 o'clock, prayer meeting Tuesday evening. Protestant Episcopal Church. Services evervSunday at 11 :00 a.m. and 7:30 p. in. Ladies' "Guild meets every Thursday, Mrs. J. H. Fmlay, Pres. of Gnild. J. J. Summersb...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 November 1889

eijc (lol)CHfpublicon. D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY, ..... KANSAS. , SMOKELESS POWDERS. Bapldly Coming In Use Both for Small Arms and Artillery. ' The first general information obtained in regard to the smokeless powders was in connection with the Lebel ride, the aew small-caliber repeating arm of the French, vhich created such an excite ment a few years ago, and practically dictated reconstruction to small arms throughout Europe. At that time neither tho Austrian nMannlicher rifle nor tho German repeater used smokeless powder. It is understood, of course, that the words "smokless" and "noise less" are used in a comparative sense, as there is some smoke and some noise in nearly all these powders. It has been said, however, that the report of a single Lebel rifle can not be heard at a distance of more than twenty or thirty yards; that it may be said to make no smoke, and that the re coil is of no consequence what ever. The powder is said to bo a secret compound of gun cotton 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. — 27 November 1889

J rt if t '7 '-v THE GOBBLER'S WAIL. . EBB on one foot upon the gray rail-post X stand and look my old eye-glasses . through. Knowing (all soon I must give up the guest To make a holiday feast, without ado; And, oh, Bismillah, X am feeling blue For in a morning paper I have found That first-class turkeys now bring eighteen cents per pound! thiat though the landscape bright about me lies! .What though the sun its golden nectar spills? what though the crow in somber beauty files i Into the purple glory of the hills? 1 My old anatomy has got the chills; I know that soon I'll be stuffed full of sage. And that Is why my tears bedew the printed page. My wattles soon will light the old ash-heap; t My pinions soon will make a kitchen brush. A subtle sadness sets me all a-creep. Here in the bosom of the twilight hush I see the beauteous moid in crimson plush Laugh at the feast in most exultant tone, "While with young Thingumbobs she snap3 my frail wish-bone. 'Tis growing mirk. 3nd I can read...

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. — 27 November 1889

THE GLOBE-REPOBLICAN. n" u- OFFICIAL PAPER OF ThJUZTZ! fl ; ! debt banging over her. An electric light Published every Wednesday pJant .g any Qf - s;ze ,n By the Glok-ReiHiMiean PnUisliin? Co.'existeut: a s-vstera of waterworks that i I u ' ia pvillfwl he nn other in the state: an Entered at the Postoftice at Dodge Citv, Kansas, for transmission through the mails as second-cla&s matter. (In Advance.) One year $1.50 Three months 50 Six months 75 Single copies 5 NOTICE TO SUBSCMKERS. Parties who find an X after their name on the margin of the paper or wrapper, may know that their subscription has expired and is due. All such are kindly solicited to re mit to us the amount of the same. D. M. FKOST, Editor and Manager. I L. A. L.AUBER, Asst. Editor and Man. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1889 There is greater return from a small field well cultivated than from little cul tivation on a large field. "Plow deep, while sluggards sleep, and you'll have corn to sell and keep.' Western Kansas far...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 November 1889

r & .-, The Globe-Republican. NOTICE TO CORKESPON'DEXTS. Correspondents will please bear in mind that all anonymous communications sent to this office for publication, are carefully tiled away in the stove, unless the name of the writer and his address accompanies the same. Xot for the purpose of publication, but as a guarantee of their good faith and a knowl edge on our part where and from whom the communication comes. Please write plain, be particular about names, and write on but one aide of the paper. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCIIISOX, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GOING EAST. Atlantic Express, Xo. 2 Ar. 2:30 p. m XewYork " "o. 4 Ar. 2:30a. m Eastern " Xo. 6 Ar. 5:20 a. m GOISO WEST. San Francisco Express, Xo. 1, Ar. 2:10 p. m Mexico & aan Diego Ex. Xo. 3, Ar. 12:25 a. m Denver Utah Ex. Xo. 5 Ar. 12:10 a. m Xos. 5 and 6 are the East trains. F. Gakdneb, Agent. CHICAGO, KAXSAS & NEBRASKA KY. (Hock Island R...

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. — 27 November 1889

s AGRICULTURAL HINTS. MANURE. The Best Methods of Making, Saving and Applying It. It is an all-important point in the saving of manure, says the Ohio Farmer, to use enough bedding to absorb all of the liquid manure, for thero is where the greatest waste of manure occurs. The solid manure is nearly always saved, but a large part of tho liquid manure is allowed to go to waste, and often be cause the ' value of it is not properly understood. Of late there has been so much written and said on the subject that almost every intelligent farmer understands its value. I was more fully impressed with its value when I took up an old stable floor a few years ago. There were two or three loads of worn out straw, chail and dried manure, all of it so dry and light it was difficult to load on account of the wind blowing it away; to all appearance it was not worth much more than so much chaff. We were top-dressing wheat with stable manure at the time. We spread this manure on the same field, but not...

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. — 27 November 1889

L'UHWWUnJi Mi 4b 1 ?! m y lu? J T Will u H k K NEW INDIAN POLICY. The Illaus or the Territory to Be Hsssrjsl as Clone as Possible. ' Tahlequah, I. T.. Nov. 22. Signifi cant acts have recently transpired rhich Indicate the opening of another chapter in the Cherokee negotiation. Until recently it was supposed that the Government would not avail itself "of article 15, treaty of 1866, but that the Western tribes might possibly oe settled ' upon the Strip. Two letters, recently I written, seems to indicate that the Government will use its privilege un- , der article 15. The Quapaws and other i tribes in the extreme northeast of the ' Indian Territory wish to dispose of their present reservation and join their i friends, the Osages. Acting under in-1 structions from Secretary Xoble, the Commission will soon visit the Quapaw agency. The Indians can be settled upon Osage lauds bv the consent of the Osages. The Com-1 missioners are authorized by Congress to negotiate only for lands west of 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. — 27 November 1889

i-V". ' &Z "-3 - FXr ' h SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. The sand blast is now used in clean ing the dingy walls of stone buildings. The number of cotton mills in the South has more than doubled since 1880. At the Schuylkill United States ar senal, near Philadelphia, there is man ufactured each year 8.000.000 rounds of ammunition and 15,000,000 rifle balls. A mixture of finely powdered mica and crude petroleum is said to be giv ing remarkable results as a lubricant. A poultry-fattening company has been organized in New York, to fatten fowls on the French plan. It is pro posed to handle 100,000 birds every three weeks. The oxygen band in the spectrum of the electric light from the Eiffel tower was, at a poict live miles dis tant, found to be similar to that of the sun's rays. South America exports many tanned skins of sheep, lambs and kids. The process of tanning is imperfect, however, and many of the skins are spoiled or inferior in quality. The graphophone is likely to find novel use in ...

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. — 4 December 1889

i - Republican. The globe- A) DODGE CITY. KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MEMBER 4, 1889. The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. .! mhwi iw The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN. " 1886. Consolidated, 1883. FOURTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XIII, NO. 6 p vr- Small Profits and Quick Sales, and One Price to all, la the Mot to of our Business. THE "BEE HIKE !! This Week is Hav ing a Clearing Sale of All Wool Dress Goods at prices not hith erto seen, heard, or dreamt of any where in this part of Kansas. For 23c. per yard, sold elsewhere at 50. For 29c. per yard, sold elsewhere at 60. For 39c. per yard, sold elsewhere at 75. For 49c. per yard, sold elsewhere at 85. The above four lines are LESS than Manufactu rer's cost. We can assure you it does not give us pleasure to offer these goods at less than cost, but we have too many and must turn them into CASH, and we think at that loss we can do it. One WEEK Only These Prices. Respectfully, Strange & Suipersby. CHVRCn B1BECMBT. Msthodut Episcopal. Rev. TV. H. Roee, pastor.at n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 December 1889

; m)t lolic-Ucpubltcaiu D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY KANSAS. THE WOKLD AT LABGE. Summary of the Daily Newa WASHINGTON NOTES. The President has appointed Frank Hitchcock, of Illinois, to be United States Marshal for the Northern dis trict of Illinois. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs has directed Indian agents at the Kiowa and Comanche agency in the Indian Territory to promptly remove cattle found grazing on the reservation with out the consent of the Indians. It is -learned that several herds, aggregating about 30,000 head, are trespassing on the reservation. Secretary Blaine and the mem bers of the Pan-American Congress are having some trouble keeping out men accredited as delegates by careless Governors of States. South Dakota gave the most trouble. Secretary Blaine is reported to be engaged in negotiations for an interna tional copyright treaty with France with Count de Keratry, representative of that country. Mr. Terry, brother of ex-Judge Terry of California, who was re...

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. — 4 December 1889

"? gptaft- r , A,J 1 De mbt&tpuMwn. D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITT, KANSA& AN OLD PAINTING. Hanging above my mantel, in a quaintly-carven frame. There's the picture of a maiden how I wish I knew her name ! Her cheeks are red as roses, her eyes as blue as air. And o'er her shoulders ripple the golden waves of haic TVho was she, in the old time! Whose brush . with colors meet Caught from the sky her eyes' blue, her lips from ro3es sweet! And had she then a lover! and was he fond and leal! Ah! on such witching beauty Love must have set his seal! "Yea, 'twas the same old story they told each other then She was the queen of maidens, he was the prince of men. Their souls in kisses mingled, their eyes looked ion? desire, And up their cheeks, like morning, spread young' lot e's happy fire. Still In the quaintly-carven oak frame of long ago Smileth the lovely maiden, she whom I fain would know Smileth, with face angelic framed In the wavy gold-l Caught in the flush of morning, ca...

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. — 4 December 1889

tV ? ' 'f V fl ,11 The Globe-Republican. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Published every Wednesday By Hie Gloljc-fiqiiilifan Publishing Co. Entered at the Postoffice at Dodge City. Kansas, for transmission through the mails as second-class matter. (In Advance.) One year 1J50 Three months 50 Six months 75 Single copies A NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Parties who find an X after their name on the margin of the paper or wrapper, may know that their subscription has expired and Is due. All such are kindly solicited to re mit to us the amount of the same. D. M. FHOST, I- A. LAUBER, Editor and Manager. Asfet. Editor and Man. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1889 The speakership for the Fifty-first congress has been settled and Reed is the man. The returns are about all in on the resubmission question and still some people are in doubt. The politicians have settled the question in their own minds. Kansas is the greatest soldier state in the union. Col. D. R. Anthony, $1 the Leavenworth Times, claims that one ...

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. — 4 December 1889

' " Ti" " 7$U The Globe-Republican. XOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents will please bear in mind that all anonymous communications sent to this office for publication, are carefully filed away in the stove, unless the name of the writer and his address accompanies the same. Not for the purpose of publication, but as a guarantee of their good faith and a knowl edge on our part where and from whom the communication comes. Please write plain, be particular about names, and write on but one side of the paper. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time : GOING EAST. Atlantic Express, "o. 2 Ar. 2:30 p. m New York " No. 4 Ar. 2:30a. m Eastern " "b. 6 Ar. 5:20 a. m GOING WEST. San Francisco Express, Xo 1, Ar. 2:10 p. m Mexico & San Diego Ex. No. 3, Ar. 12.-25a.rn Denver & Utah Ex. No. 5 Ar. 12:10 a. m Nos. 5 and 6 are the Fast trains. F. Gardner, Agent. CHICAGO, KANSAS & NEBRASKA RY. (Rock I...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 December 1889

a. eC 'l 5 CATCHING A GEIZZLY. The Novel Trap Improvised Two Linemen. by Xanky Bill Loh His Month's Wages aad the Seat of His Pants, but Is Re vengedA Triamphant Baton to Casap. HE majority of people who have caught or killed a bear, in relating their adventure, usually mix a cer tain amount of gore and gun powder in to lend tone to their nar ratives and give the public a great impression In re gard to their JjjjKS jB s valor. I, for one, ATSisBL '"-"' am no aicte n m visBsM"' to varnishing the uuiu, uu am willing to admit "": thatlamacow- J2 ard, and though IJIf UUk OIIiUU Ul IUC have been the last person on earth to have thought of catching a bear had circumstances not forced uic to turn trapper. Now, as I have frankly acknowledged my weakness, I will ask the indulgence of the reader, and hope that I will not be censured for any cowardice shown in the adventure I am about to relate, which is as follows: I was engaged, along with several others, in putting up a telegraph line throu...

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. — 4 December 1889

- t" i v THE SILVER CONVENTION, Close of the Coarentloa at St. IoaIs Reso lution For the Free Coinage 0f Sllrer Adopted. St. Louis, Nov. 29. The delegates to the silver convention filed into con vention hall slowly yesterday morning, It being known that the committee on resolutions was still engaged in the 'work of revision. Chairman "Warner, in calling the convention to order, stated that the order of business would be, first, the report of the committee on resolutions, but that any other busi ness could be taken up while awaiting the pleasure of the committee. A resolution was offered by Mr. Fitch, of Nevada, providing for the ap pointment of a National silver commit tee, which should have power to call another National silver convention and provide for the election of delegates thereto. Also that the said National silver committee be empowered to pro vide for the organization of State and National silver leagues for the promo tion of the objects of this convention. Adopted. The f...

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. — 4 December 1889

''-.jy-w.fSF- w T-ff-- y j ?t pz. r vpfrKfTzM??',' f "' ' iwrw "-. '-j-rv-jdyjfT rrr RAPID MOVEMENTS. The Fastest Sped Attained by Birds safl I'mtlstory F.sMM. -The Rocky Mountain swift is proba bly the fastest flying bird in the coun try," said a traveler, who has been spending a pood part of his time among the Rockies. "I consider myself a pretty good shot on the wing, but in nearly every instance before 1 can get my gun in readiness to shoot it is out of range and gone. It's a flyer and no mistake." Comparatively little is known about the exact speed of birds. Every body almost has observed the lightning-like velocity with which the falcon sweeps down on his prey, but no record is ob tainable of the speed with which the descent is made. An instance is known however, where a falcon was loosed at the Canary Islands, and was captured sixteen hours afterward at Teneriffe. The distance between these places is about 750 miles in round numbers, and a speed of four fifths of a mile a min...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 11 December 1889

Ira-"? -'-- T"-r yjHtTnsT-r tv-" ? , v -fc : . 11'! w: I h The Globe-Republican. I Ik DODGE CITY, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER II, 1889. FOURTEENTH YEAR. VOL XIII, NO. 7 The FOED CO. GLOBE. Established 1877. j consolidated 1889 The FOBD CO.-REPUBLICAN, " 1886. J onsouaatea, ibw. -S" '..- " --P V - 1 hi -!, Small Fronts and Quick Sales, and One Price to all, is the Mot to of our Business. THE II BEE HIVE !! SENDS 4 Q - f fc Q J To its thousands of friends and M customers, and specially invites them to visit us during the 1 I next two weeks and inspect our mammoth display of I0LIDAY GOODS. Never were goods so pretty; never were the so novel, and never were the so remarkably low in price as they are this season. We have presents suit able for ever condition in life. whether Prince or peasant, something that would gladden the hearts of anyone. For what would Christmas be without giving a present to your nearest and best friends. It is impossi ble in this small space to enum erate one-fif...

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. — 11 December 1889

-K- .-. fwwn !! mi if"''"1" r?rrH'alsrrv y? r-ai lj8?SS- i- - t I -.'"- ' V fflif (i')!olif-!cpiililifnil. D. Kl. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally Newa CONGRESSIONAL. TnE fifty-first Congress met at noon on December 2. When the Senate assembled the Senators from the new States of North and South Dakota and "Washington were sworn in and assigned seats. Several unim portant routine matters were disposed of and the Senate adjourned At noon the House was called to order Tjy Clerk Clark. The roll call showed 327 members present. Mr. Heed, of Maine, the Republican caucus nominee, was elected Speaker by a vote of ICG to 131 for Mr. Carlisle, the Democratic nominee. Mr. Henderson (111.) offered a resolution for the election of Edward Mcl'herson, as clerk; A. J. Holmes, as serjeant-at-arms; C. A. Adams, as doorkeeper; James L. Wheat, as postmaster, and Rev. Charles B. Iiamsdcll, as chaplain of the House. The resolution was adopted except as to Mr....

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 11 December 1889

.?' - ff Jv Tiff' J"W?" ffK -- wsfc&T s I! f ft? U THE MESSAGE. Tirst Message of President Har rison to Congress. -His Views on Tariff Revision, Pensions, the Circulation, Silver Coinage, Steam- shlo Subsidies and Other Question. Washington, Dec. 4. The President's mes--Sage was received In both houses of Congress yesterday at noon and is principally as fol lows: To the Senate and House of Repreentatite$: Few transactions in the administration of government are even temporarily held In the confidence of those charged with the conduct of public business. Every step taken is under the observation of an intelli gent and watchful people. The state of the Un jn is known from day to day and sugges tions as to needed legislation find an earlier "voice than that which speaks in these an nual communications of the President to Congress. Goodwill and cordiality have character ized our relations and correspondence with other Governments, and the year closed leaves few international questio...

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. — 11 December 1889

fSSrspr? 'TTk' "W -4 '.VWSfcW j -! 11 1 i The Globe-Republican, OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY Published every Wednesday By the Globe-Rqiublican Publishing Co. Entered at the rostoflice at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission through the mails as second-class matter. (In Advance.) One year. ?1.50 Three months 50 Six months 75 Single copies .5 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Parties w lio find an.X after their name on the margin of the paper or wrapper, may know that their subscription lias expired and is due. AH such are kindly solicited to le mit to us the amount of the same. D. M. FROST, Editor and Manager. I L. A. LAUBEK, As.t. Editor and Man. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1SS9 The breeding of horses and mules in a country like this, where lands are cheap and feed in abundance is to be had, can be made a profitable industry. President Harrison' was heard from as soon as the fifty-first congress organ ized, through a very statesmanlike paper commonly called a message, which has the true republican...

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