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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 December 1890

V W -; t -feJrrSfefct T "fl tferoy Christmas to Us All! Cod Bless Us, Eveiry One!" Charles Dickens. 3i5 THE WATCH-MEETING. 4fc were coming from the school-house On a starlit prin ter's eve, Where our friends had been debat ing With some feel ing, I believe, On a subject not important, And -which needs no mention here, When we suddenly remembered 'Twas the eve of the new year. The w that I have mentioned -Si Was Miss Polly i Dean and I, ;j And a more be witching creat ure I am sure you'll ne er spy With black ej cs that fairly sparkle, And a rosy little mouth. And a face that shines with beauty Like a sunbeam from the south. And her manners are so charming And her talk so full of thought That if you but pause to listen All the world is soon forgot. Thus we neared her father's mansion, And were in the best of cheer. When she asked: "Won't it be jolly Here to watch for the new year J" How delightful, quick I answered; As 'twas somewhat after ten, "Twould require but little waiting For ...

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. — 24 December 1890

CvmtSfeiMvt. 1840-. urnt l$TJftt wy'' - - ' - -' j-Xgsg-jr a- .NICHOLAS wa resting From his Christ mas work a i last. . gifts had all been given, The holidays were past. And dozing in his arm-chair, With his cat up on his knees, The good Saint smoked his honest pipe. And took his honest ease. But something roused him quickly, Ee started from his seat. A soldier bold, a maiden fair, "Were kneeling at his Xeetr " St. Nicholas," the maiden cried, " Behold my fearful plight ! These wounds have been Inflicted Since that dreadful, dreadful night "When you left me in the stocking Of a being I dare not name" She paused, the soldier raised his voice And said: "I blush with shame To stand before your saintship In the dress you now behold, But the way I have been treated Makes my very blood run cold. I've been nursed and kissed and coddled, I've been rocked and sung to sleep; Oh I were I not a soldier still, I'd almost like to weep." AND DOZING IN HIS ARM-CHAIR. 41 Ah," mused the good St. Nich...

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. — 24 December 1890

tNt - HttSBftY SHPPtEMEMT. GMtttSrowAff. I840-. mcviamk -tss. h MANY CHEISTMASES. The Fin Tree Tells the Story of Its Life. I grew in a wild, tangled.forest on the edge of a bluff o'erlooking the sea. At first, I watched the little spring flowers unfold their leaves and , ,. h. . woods grew green and dark; after that they changed to red and gold, then all this faded and my home looked dull and cold, just as yours do, littlo ones, when the fire goes out. I didnot like this gloom, for I was such a baby tree; the sea and the wind would moan and wail together, and all the jrreat trees in the forest looked so sad. But at last tnc beautiful snow came; then 1 liked winter best of all, for I thought the snow flakes were the pretty dead flow ers turned to angels, coming down from Heaven to comfort me; then, too, at night the stars were so bright, and if one looks at the stars long they are apt to think of strange things; so it was with me. I was wondering why some -of the trees in the forest...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 December 1890

MllM!M""!g"5?!S!S!ST?Trr. u.j. wat-i.w ?"e;vJr!p1!t''t''',"?i'' 3'"" 'ramrvfmrz'r- NMHtHMMM "'" iT -, SMItt&ftWAtf. l&SCK SsLaLLasVsiiBkS-YW HE round bright sun in the west hunfjlfw: It was olJ-fash- ioned Christmas weatn er. f I remember the fields were white with snow As ire stood by the stile together. la the woods the berries grew thick and red; Yet I lingered and called it 'Folly!' "When you said with a smile: "Let us cross the stile And gather some Christmas holly." But over the fields by the frozen brook We went where the boughs were sprinkled With snow; and deep in a sheltered nook The waterfall faintly tinkled. A brave little robin sang out in the cold: It was only young lovers' folly. But we listened so long to the redbreast's song That we almost forgot the holly. Then the light died out of the golden day, And the moon showed her silvery bow, I And we never knew if our homeward way Lay through rose-leaves or drifted snow. One bright star shone in the pale clear sky...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 December 1890

The Globe-Republican, NOTICE 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 andhis address nppnmnnips thp.simp. TfotXor 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, No. 2 Ar. 8:35 a. m New York " No. 4 Ar. 4:10a.m Chicago " No. 6 Ar. 0:00a. m Mo. River " No. S Ar. :20p. m GOIXG WEST. Pacific Express No. 1, Ar. 11:20 p. m MptIpa Snn Hiw Vt. Vn 3 f 1.Ort u ti -9SmmmigSjLilfffS V Denver Utah Ex No. 5! Ar. 9:25 n. m Colorado Expiess No. 7, Ar. ?l:50p. m I Stop 20 minutes for meals. F. Gardner, Agent. CH...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 December 1890

' fry 5;r'" --vsf "' ' ''jgv-a- -- Z 1 -ew 3 :. b I wSSpl'J' I LD YEAR, thy life Is well-nlga spent, Thy feet are tottering asd slow, Thy, hoary head with age is bent. The time is here for thee to go; Already in the frozen snow A lonely grave is made for thee: The winds are chanting dirges low. Upon the land and on the sex Old year, thou wort a friend to some To some thou wctI of worth untold, Thy days were blessings, every one, Jlore precious far than shining gold; "But unto others thou a foe Did prove thyself an enemy, Eelentless as the chains of woo As ruthless as a maddened sea. Some will rejoice to know thee dead. Others will mourn thee as a friend: Some will look back on thee with dread, Others their praises to thee lend; I neither offer praise nor blame, Old Year, for what you brought to me, " For unto me both joy and pain, . Your active hands gave lavishly. Thy solemn death-hour draws a-nigh And hark ! I hear thy funeral knell .Slow pealing through the darkened sky Farewell,...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 December 1890

Tvvrrvo v .j h BEHRING SEA. The President Preparing a Special Message to Congress. THE BRITISH OVERTURES REJECTED. The Xecessary 3Ieans Beqnlred to Expel the British Sealer If Refused the Presi dent Will Beopen Negotiations For a Settlement. Washington, Dec 21. President Harrison expects to accompany his transmission to Congress of the further papers relating to the Behring sea con troversy with a special message of some length. In this message he will express in language of his own selection his views respecting the rights and claims of the United States connected with the seal fishery, the comparative merits of the conduct and position of the two Governments since the first seizures in -1S8C and the duty of Congress in the present position of the question. The message will be framed with es pecial reference to the now pending proposal of the British Government for an arbitration, which proposal it is in tended to reject before any communica m tion is made to Congress. The rejectio...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 24 December 1890

m 'SF&S' '" hi -j- V - - e' srt ."V?. ""'"SJ v 'V vT- C - f f. . & 1 t ft Gttla Erem Willi The Barker. A Dodge City journalist wandered into r the lair of a Dodge City barber, and de posited himself in the vacant chair. "Nice weather this!" began the loqua cious tonsorialist. "Yes." "Looks a little like snow though!' "Yes.' "Have a hair cut?" "No." The barber ran his long bony fingers through the flowing locks of his victim. "Getting rather ragged around the edges!" No answer. "Shave?" "Yes." Twenty minutes elapse, during which the barber talks continuously of miscel laneous matters. "Have a shampoo?" "No." "Sea-foam?" "No." The artist again runs his long fingers through the hair of the other. "Better have a sea-foam. Hair gets stiff and oily you know. Nothing better to clean the scalp and invigorate the hair." "No." "Do you use a tonic?" "No-o." "Is that so? Most gentlemen of your standing use a tonic. Prevents early baldness, makes your scalp healthy, you know." No answer....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 31 December 1890

rsj75j-k- ' lppFvF? prr - r4 -i ''jfa&z .2 ir - -fi .. rf ., -a i The The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. f r.m.niir..tr. imd The FOEO CO. REPUBLICAN, " 1886. J -nsouaateo, 18W. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1890 FIFTEENTH YEAR. VOL XIV, NO. K) SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY. SECRET SOCIETIES. r-ww,' ; Globe Republican. S THE HATIXAE. CAPITAL Special Correspondence to the Globb-Re- PUBLipAN. Washington. D. C, December 27. Henry Billings Brown. United States Judge of the eastern district of Michi gan, has been nominated by the Presi dent to be an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, vice Sam uel F. Miller, deceased. There is no doubt of a prompt confirmation as soon as a meeting of the judiciary committee is held. The appointment is regarded with great favor on all sides. JIhe nom ination was, generally speaking, a sur prise at the Capitol. It was well known that the President would have nomina ted Attorney General Miller if be had followed his own persona...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 31 December 1890

",-f V"Tr&V'7?"' rj&TTv?1' S-- 'tVftJfM-VrV" r ' - m v . r - ' - r f "--- l" -v-z -,. i 5 BHINELAND POTTERS. 'Something: of the "Ware Formerly Made Exclusively in Germany. Xenc-EsUbllshed rotterle Brokfin Up by the Seventeenth Century War The 4 Condition of the Business at This Time. Connoisseurs lovo and many who have no pretension to that title are fa miliar, says tho English Illustrated 3Tagazine, with tho quaint drinking znugs and other vcssols which are known as Gres do Flandres. Scoffers have said that the peculiar stonoware in question ias been so named because it was never UUItNISUKKS. made in Flemish-land; but, as will pres ently bo seen, tho scoffers are wrong. Tho province of Litnburg, however, now divided botwoen Germany and Bel ilium which was so long ono of the principal beats of this manufacture, has -always been a frontier State, and had always been up to 1614 subject to the counts and other rulers of Flanders. Tho ware is in truth essentially Ger man in its ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 31 December 1890

1- - t Up ?? r-O ji--v- -h"v twzx$'yLiit;!t''-' A R BOLD SMUGGLER. The Captain of a Spanish Vessel Beards the United Statea HE IS QUICKLY TASK PRISONER. His Teasel Seized and Taken to Key "West Officers Confirmed in Their Suspicion That the Vessel "Was Engaged In Illicit Trade. New York, Dec. 29. A dispatch from Key West, Fla., says that the Angelica, a ship flying the Spanish flag, has heen captured off the -west coast of Florida hy the United States revenue ship Mc Lane, and has heen "brought into port hy an armed prize crew under the com mand of Lieutenant P. -Huberroth, of the McLane, and is now in the hands of the United States authorities at Key West. Ihe capture of the Angelica was ef fected in the vicinity of Sanibel island, on the west coast of Florida, the Mc Lane carrying the vessel hy an armed "boat's crew armed with Winchester rifles and cutlasses. The ship was full of Spaniards, but none aboard showed any disposition to fight. The Spaniards gathered forward, scowling a...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 31 December 1890

The Globe-Republican. Published every Wednesday the Globe-Republican Publishing Co. OFFICIAL CITY ORGAN. Entered at the Postoffice at Dodge City. Kansas, for transmission through the malls as second-class matter. Satos ef S-abatcrtptiorLS (In Advance.) One year ?10 Three months 50 Six months 75 Single copies NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Parties who find an X after their name on the margin of the paper or wrapper, ma know that their subscription has expired ami is due. All such are kindly solicited to re mit to us the amount of the same. D.M. FROST, I L.A.LAUBER. Editor and Manager. Asst. Editor and Man. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1890. FAREWELL,-OLD YEAR. To-day we bid farewell to the old year and hail with delight the coming of the new. Each recurring New Year brings with it pleasant anticipations. On this day, one year ago. we all made good resolutions; just how well they have been kept every one -can answer for- himself by a retrospective view of the past. Whether they have beeu kept well...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 31 December 1890

-V4?.. ''f .-g "" ,W'V-'-5 r ,? 52T53j??i53' y The Globe-Republican. NOTICE 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 or 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. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GOING EAST. Atlantic Express, No. 2 Ar. New York " No. 4 Ar. Chicago " No. 6 Ar. Mo. River " No. 8 Ar. GOING WEST. Pacific Express, No. 1, Ar. Mexico & San Diego Ex. No. 3, Ar. 8:35 a. m 4:10 a. m 6:00 a. m 112:20 p. m 11:20 p. m 12:20 a. m uciivui a, uiau x...........u. a. Ar. 9:25 p. m Colorado Express No. t, Ar....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 31 December 1890

"'..T J.r- ' I I: ti ! ur Ort SIljc 6Mc&cplitcm. D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY, KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Evehy 'lav witnesses the advent of an alleged neiveure for consumption,. Thk Chicago board of education has voted against 5ible reading- in the pub lic schools. Gcvekai- Si'ixXEK, ex-Treasurer of the United States, is blowlv dying- at Jacksonville, Fla. Thk new reaper and harvester trust will discharge many thousand workmen in various parts of the country. The newly opened lands about Wau sau, "Wis., arc certain to produce endless litigation, each claim having- several claimants. Two prominent and wealthy lawyers of Juarez, Mexico, have been arrested and put in solitary confinement for assisting- in the recent escape of Cattle man Bolton. Le Dixxeuviemk Siecl-k says that Queen Victoria has made known, through Cardinal Manning, that she will present no objection to the canon ization of Joun of Arc. 3Ikb. CnAM-OTTE Bextok, aged about 70 years, died in Richfield Springs, X. ...

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. — 31 December 1890

rarjsJop-ii' hl vftfAi . VAri-. -i vv f -.vi " -r.-: v.H-? ' "" v "1 --jf? Stye (5lol)c--cpuWttQrt. D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. THE SISTERS. Detroit readers -will readily understand the Implication or this poem. To those outside It Is proper to say that the sequel refers to the case of Matilda Oresch, ten years of age, who had her entire scalp torn from her head by her hair being caught by a revolving shaft. Her sister Emma, two years older, voluntarily submitted to have a piece of 6kln, eight by five and one half inches, cut from her side, to graft upon her sister's head, but to keep the skin alive until It should adhere it -was left attached by a nar row strip to Emma's body, and the two were 'bound together, remaining thus for four days. In Pagan Rome (if read the legend right), In early dawn of Messianic light. Two sisters dwelt. Twin-born, they grew, So like to like, that next to kin scarce knew One from the other. In air, in form, in voice, In color, stature, e...

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. — 31 December 1890

Wews"1?"" ;- wjy '' -- u5Tiisr,i: The Topeka Democrat vouches for a statement to the effect that a Saline county farmer, who was $9,000 and some interest in debt and had given up in despair, when his creditors told him to go ahead one more year and they would see him through. That was last year. He planted 870 acres in wheat and when he harvested it the yield by actual scale measure was just one peck less than forty bushels to the acre average. He had the whole crop contracted for before the grain was cut at 52 cents per bushel, and last week he went to the agent, paid off his entire debt, principal and interest, and bad $4,100 in clean cash left. Besides this, he has to cut nearly 500 acres of fine corn and to $he result of his year's work may be added his crops of sorghum, millet, hay, etc. When he received his mortxraere back, cancelled, he took it and tore to little bits in the presence of the agent of the trust company vowing that so long as he lived he would never again borrow...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 7 January 1891

- ?4r j, t j-.- The Globe-Republican. 4- . ' i The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. The FORI) CO. REPUBLICAN, " 18SC. Consolidated, 1689. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, (891. FIFTEENTH YEAR. VOL XIY, NO. II 4', fh THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Special Correspondence to the Glouk-Rk- I'UHMCAN. Washington. D. C, January 3. The speei'h of Senator Wolcott of Col orado, iu the Senate ycsteiday. stating the reasons for his objections to the Fed eral election hill, in the opinion of many conservative republicans, was one of the best and strongest presentations of the question that has been made upon either side of the rhainber since the debate be gan. Although your correspondent has beeu aud is in favor of the passage of the election's bill, vat he must admit that Mr. Woleotfs speech was candid, clear and temperate, patriotic in sentiment, and somewhat logical iu argument. Mr. Wolcott believe? the proposed enactment to be constitutional iu its scope aud not unduly harsh iu its provisio...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 7 January 1891

ENCIRCLED. A. Cordon of Troops Surrounding the Hostiles. 'BRAVES FANATICALLY DESPERATE. They Will Glory in Death Fihtta? "White Men Firo Arroivn hot at the Agency Colonel J'omytlie Ke- lieved. Omaha, Neb., Jan. 5. Specials from 3?ine Ridge say: Tliere is a circle drawn around the hostile Indians now, it being- completed by the departure of Captain Crossly of the Seventh cavalry -with four troops for Beaver creek, seven zniles away. The circle is drawn to the north and east from there to Colonel Henry's command: from thence to Col onel WheatonV, from thence to Colonel Stanford's; thence to Colonel Willis'; "thence to Colonel Offlcy's: thence to General Carrs; thence to Colonel Whit Tiey's on the Wounded Knee battle tp-onnd, and there back to the agency. ly this arrangement the Indians are practically hemmed in. At the princi pal railway stations along the edge of the reservation state troops are quar tered. General M iles says two Indians were killed at the hostile camp in a fight am...

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. — 7 January 1891

lift " l h nv KANSAS STATE NEWS. The State Teacher. The twenty-eighth annual session of the State Teachers Association, recent ly in session at Topeka, elected the fol lowing officers: President, D. S. Pence, of Wichita; vice-preiident, C. Y. Eoop, of Salina; Secretary, Mrs. C. F. Men ninger, of Top-ika; Treasurer, E. T. Ham, of Parsons; executive committee, E. P. Taylor, Kansas City, F. M. Kossi tor, Iliawatha. E. L. Cowdrick, Clay Center. Committee on sckool ex hibit from Kansas at the World's Fair, J. M. IJloss, Topeka. R. W. Stevenson, Wichita, ?ILss Florence Dickinson, Alma, Miss Lou Hopper. Garden City, W. A. Quale, Baldwin City. D. E. Sand ers, Fort Scott. Resolutions were adopted that more attention should be j paid in our schools to the cultivation of J correct naoits ana souna morality, ana -hat the vouth of our State should be taught that all honest labor is honor able and that idleness is disgraceful; that the joint training of the head and hand should receive more atten...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 7 January 1891

The Globe-Republican, Published every Wednesday By the Globe-Republican Publishing Go. OFFICIAL CITY ORGAN. Entered at the l'ostortice at Dodge City, Kansas for transmission through the mails aa second-class matter. Z5a.tes s S-"ccri-iisrL: (In Advance.) One year.... Six months. ...?IJ0 Three months 50 .... 75 Single copies -5 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 le mit to ns the amount of the same. D. M. FROST, I I.. A. LAUBEH, Editor and Maimger. Ast. Editor and Man. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7. 1S01. If you would move the world of trade, try the fulcrum of newspaper advertising. Printers' Jul: John Kiegeu, a German, committed suicide at Garden City last Thursday by throwing himself on the railroad track in front of a moving train. His head was cut off and his body terribly mangled. Elsewhere in this issue will be found a valuable arti...

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