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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 27 May 1891

8u U U X I 4 The Globe-Republican. XOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents will please bar In mind Chat all anonymous communications sent to this office for publication, are carefully filed , "4n the stove, unless the name of the w. tend his address accompanies the same. 3ibtv 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 Barnes, and write on but one side of the paper. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISOX. TOPEKA fc SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GOCtG EAST. Xew York " No. 4 Ar. 3:25a.m Chicago " Xo. 6 Ar. 6:10 a. m Mo. Elver " Xo. 8 Ar. 3:35 p. m Way Freight .Xo. 46, Ar. 6:45 a. m GOCCG WEST. Mexico & San Diego Ex. No. 3, Ar. 1 :50 a. m Denver 4 Utah Ex Xo.5, Ar. 11:00 p. m Colorado Express No. 7, Ar. 2:00p. m Way Freight No. 43, Ar. 4:15 a. m F. Gardner, Agent. CHICAGO, KANSAS NEBRASKA RY. (Rock Is...

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 May 1891

V -IT1" '' U -' L- Wi i. vE STtie 5lobeettMicttitJNW8 0F ' -- D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. Secbetaby Rusk has ordered the quarantining of Canadian live stock. A Madrid dispatch says that a large body of Spanish troops is being' massed at Badajose, near the Portuguese fron tier, and that a Spanish sqnadrou is cruising near Lisbon. The Spanish government makes no secret of its in tention to intervene should a republic be declared in Portugal. Attorxey-Gekeral Miller has re ferred all the papers submitted to him by the civil service commission in the case of Green B. Raum, Jr., and the other persons alleged to be connected with appointments to minor positions 'in the pension office to the United States attorney for the District of Columbia for whatever action is required by the law. Lisbon advices state that an out break has been entirely averted by the payment of arrears to the troops in the garrisons, who have been showing signs of discontent and incip...

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 May 1891

mi H m u. THE ARMY OVERCOAT. E WAS idle as a boy, he Teas shift less as a youth. He was slovenly In dress and his manners were un couth; The neighbors looked their scorn Khen they saw him passing by, TTfg father used to sccld and his mother used to sigh: But he volunteered the day he was old enough to vote. And they hardly knew the fellow in his army over coat. t For he braced his lazy shoulders with a military air, His aimless face grew firmer; said thet neigh bors: "I declarer' His father took his hand, his mother beamed her pride, rhe wintry day he marched away a foolish maiden cried; Full fifty folks forgot their sneers, full fifty roughly smote With friendly slap the back that bore his army overcoat. Ee sent his parents letters they were long In making out; Ee was faithful as a sentry, in the fight his heart was stout; The day he saved the captain's life that day he lost his own. And spoke some manly, parting words and died without a groan. The captain closed his eyelids with a...

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 May 1891

- f'' T"1' ' -W-" '?- 7 T ". ' -V V -V 'V .-T" -?'Njvvg5gJjW SsS9 -f -JlPJS-v- -- - ' Lady tongue. BV AMELIE RIVES. Copyright, by P. F. Collier, and published by special arrangement with 'Once a Week.' CHAPTER V. ACCEPTED AT LAST. Ths popping of the rifles went on for some two hours, and then Judith could stand it no longer. She rushed out of the house with her father's field-glass, and stood on the top of a little hill near the ice house, trying her best to make out how things were going. She was as white as the fold of the little cambric kerchief crossed over her bosom. There was a horrible weight in her heart, an aching almost past endurance in her throat. She stood there for some moments, but could see nothing for the smoke All at once she noticed the figure of a man running, in bold relief against the broad snow-fields beyond. A strange panic got hold upon her. What was about to happen J He came nearer and nearer, and she saw first that he had lost his cap, and then that he had...

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. — 3 June 1891

- ,y, rSZTSV--k; .-' fruy . Upgryg). e1" V j. 'MtfjfrT rr T -J' A-1 l-v yt . , - -. - - 'm- - k - a1 -- v O -" - The Globe- DODGE CITY. KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1891. The FOKD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. i Consolidated 1889 The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN, " 1886. j nsoimateu, lean. FIFTEENTH YEAR. VOL, XIV, W. 32 Republic an7 "f' K! THE DAY WE LOVE! Nature iu her springtime dress re freshed by the showers of the previous day, was generously assisted by our citi zens iu showing respect to the departed Soldiers, teuder memories of whom will come on each returning 30th of May. crowding out all other thoughts. The Grand Army had charge of the exercises of the day, aud the programme they had arranged was carried out. In accord ance with the request of the Mayor most business houses were closed aud many people fiom the city and country par ticipated in the exercises of the morning, which were concluded by a march to the G. A. R. and Maple Grove cemeteries, where the graves of our noble dead w...

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. — 3 June 1891

&mmmmmmmmmm "ryn" .""s ' VJx -T -;' r z (LlK (Globe Kcpublicatu O. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LAME. Summary of the Daily News. WASHINGTON NOTES. Judge McAllister, removed from the judgeship of Alaska In President Cleveland's term, has been refused re dress by the United States supreme court. Senator W. M. Stewart proposes a constitutional amendment making the president eligible for one term only. The official report on the Vesuvius as a torpedo vessel was not satisfactory. , Another trial was ordered. President Harrison's speeches made during his recent southern and western "tour are being prepared for book form. They will be used as campaign litera ture. Each speech will have an intro duction giving the circumstances of the visit and the details of the reception. It has been practically decided to ex tend the 4H per cent loan at 2 per cent and to give the holders of these bonds the necessary ninety days' notice. The statements that a secret clause xis...

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. — 3 June 1891

. A im- k. le C5lobc3Jcj)ubltccn. D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY, KANSAS A MIDNIGHT "SPECIAL.' :Bow the "Atlas Graphic" Got a Great News "Beat." , HE STATION of Warlton was in one of the most out-of-the-w a y places for ob taining news imaginable. It was a good half mile from the little town of the same name which was located in the midst of the pretty Smoky IIill valley. The town was a good place for news and a number of city details printed both to the east and to the west were glad to obtain its happenings. The Atlas Graphic was particularly careful to give Warlton's sensations "to the world, and its tele graph editor watched the proceedings of the townspeople closely. The dis tance from the telegraph wires, how ever, made it difficult to obtain late news. Ralph Verne sat in the telegraph office one spring night almost dozing over the clicking wires. He was but fourteen, and though competent to be night operator of the little station, yet enjoyed play well enough to feel rath...

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. — 3 June 1891

V5T?W ' VTg-i y,jrv'm.iv,'s&!f,,xr''iFw,iir -yg'wn. 'spwy-' -,r;?r'.-rr-v--;J-i7W.ll;i'. J'J &$ rV1 The Globe-Republican. Published every Wednesday By the Globc-Hepublican Publishing Co. OFFICIAL OITV ORGAN. Entered at the l'ostollice at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission through the mails as second-class matter. "Sates ef S-o."osri2:ts.o3.: (In Advance.) Ouevear $1.50 Tiiree montii .,. ,...50 5 Six mouths. 75 .Single copies. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Parties who find an X after their name on the margin of the paper or wrapper, maj 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. FROST, Editor and Manager. L. A. LAUBER. Asst. Editor and Man. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. 1891. The Son of General Booth, of the sal vation arm, who claims to be a "follow er of the Lamb,' has been shorn by the London speculators. The sou of Gen. Booth, of the Salva tion army, who claimed to be a 'follower of the Lamb," has be'n ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 3 June 1891

-fv l I'Jt' ) n ui $ rf '! S : tf- i.'. . 'r ''1 iBsr The Globe-Republican. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents wUl please bear in mind that ail anonymous communications sent to this office for publication, are carefully filed awav 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-1 edge on our part where and from whom the f communication comes, Mease wrue piain, be particular about names, and write on but one side of the paper. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISOX, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GOEfG EAST. Sew York " So. 4 Ar. 3:25 a. m Chicago " So. 6 Ar. 6:10 a. m Mo. Elver " So. 8 Ar. 3:35 p. m Way Freight .So. 46, Ar. 6:45 a. m GOI5G WEST. Mexico & San Diego Ex. So. 3, Ar. 1 :50 a. m Denver & Utah Ex So. 5. Ar. 11:00 p. m Colorado Express So. 7. Ar. 2:00 p. m Way Freight So. 43, Ar. 4:15...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 3 June 1891

srKTJ -U Jf J3&5 OBIGINAL PACKAGES. 3xnportnnt Decision of the United States Supreme Court. Prohibition Statutes Upheld The Power of the State to KxercUe 1'olice Supervis ion For the Good of the People Indorsed. Washixqtox, May 30. The United States supreme court has decided that the original package law passed by the "last congress was valid and constitu tional and that when it went into ef fect prohibitory laws remained in force "without re-enactment. Chief Justice Fuller rendered the -opinion of the court and the bench was ninited in support of the conclusions to -which he arrived, though Justice Gray announced that Justices Harlan, Brewer and himself did not concur in all the reasoning of the opinion of the court. The case upon which the decision was rendered was that of John M. Wil Jkerson, sheriff of Shawnee county, -Kan-, appellant vs. Charles A- Rohrer, brought here on appeal from the de cision of the circuit court of the United States for the district of Kansas. Rohrer ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 3 June 1891

-fc-'w -, 11 fi ' V toil ifjr u. 114- FATALITIES. A List of Disasters Fatal to Life. THREE PERSONS DROWNED AT A FORD Four Men Blown to Pieces In a Mine Fatal Trestle Accident -Maiden Ladles Suffo cated Awful Hurricane in Russia Etc Plattsburg, Mo., June 1. A. E. Meininger, one of the oldest merchants of this city, was returning from a visit yesterday to his brother-in-law, living north of here, accompanied, by his two daughters, Misses Ella and Rosa, and when crossing Smith's fork at what is known as the Parvin ford, the buggy was upset and all three were drowned. The young ladies were aged 10 and 10 years and were beloved by all who knew them. Mr. Meininger's only remaining child is the wife of Rev. J. A. D. Hughes, a nephew of the late Judge Sawyer, of Independence. BLOWX TO FRAGMENTS. Georgetown, CoL, June 1. Early yesterday morning at the eas? end of the Atlantic &. Pacific tunnel on Valso mountain, about eight miles from Sil ver Plains, Ilarry Taylor, William Coughler, J. R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 3 June 1891

53sqpT?wp'??!jr GRADUATED AT EIGHTY-FOUR. Tale Confer a Degree ua a Member of the Class of 1828. Yale University has just conferred the degree of A. B. upon Douglas Put nam of Ohio, a gentleman eighty-four years of age. II is sheepskin is made retroactive in effect, so that the new fledged bachelor of arts becomes a mem ber of the class of 1826. which graduat ed sbrty-four years ago. There were lately but six survivors of that class.' now the number is rriereased to seven. The recruit, who. by the way. Ls cer tainly in one sense an "old bachelor is a grandson of the General Israel Put nam, whose heroic deeds formed one of the most interesting chapters in revolu tionary history. It seems, says the New York Press, that Douglas Putnam was one of the two brothers who rode from Ohio to New Haven, Conn., on horseback in 1823 and entered Yale college in the autumn of the year; that at the close of the junior year their father died and only one of the brothers could be spared to pursue the ...

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. — 10 June 1891

rTTT" DODGE CITY. KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1891. The FOUD CO. GLOBE. Established 1877. , The FOKD CO. REPLTJEJCAX, " 1L : FIFTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XIV. NO. 33 Consolidated, lets. mv&Q9ryr?" tf Globe-Republican, THE : J i It v I Ill l? H If 5 1 !i a n M! 1 f ? k CoHucil Prceeliu?. Dodge City. Kas., Juue3,183l. The City Council met in regular session at S o'clock p. m. Predeut: Chas. Beeman. J. M.BeU. W. J. Fitzgerald. J-Jf. SummersbyaudJ. X. Pope. The minutes tf the last regular ueeC ing were read and approved. The bond of C5tv Treasurer II. M. Bev- erley for 66,000 with G. M. Hoover and JR. J. Hardesty sureties was approved. The bond of the Police Judge was re ferred back for correction. The following report of the committee on Franchise? and License, was adipted on motion of Mr. Fitzgerald: We, yoar committee on Franchi-es and Li cense to whom was referred the petition of tertain citizens praying for the appointment of a regular city weigher, so that all coal and produce sold by...

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. — 10 June 1891

' r-0t$ T-'ir IOWA PEOPLE. -A Full Ticket Nominated For the Fall Flections. Des Molxes, la., June 4. The peo ple's party state convention met here yesterday with 150 delegates in attend ance. Temporary organization -was ef fected, with J. E. Anderson, of Monona county, as chairman. This was after ward made permanent. Gen. J. B. Weaver was made chair man of the committee on resolutions. "Pending the report of the committee addresses were made by ex-Senator Van "Wyck of Nebraska, Congressman Otis of Kansas, J. F. Willits of Kansas, and others. The report of the committee on reso lutions indorses the Cincinnati platform on state issues; condemns the action of the state executive council for refusing to increase railroad assessment to at least SSO.O0O; demands the establish .ment of the Australian ballot system; -denounces the legislature for defeating the same; for incorporating the contract -clause in miners' screen bill; for the -defeat of the two-cent fare bill; the lniform school b...

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. — 10 June 1891

Ts "T-r ";- , r- 5rr $- -- - 9s?srjss t T ) I I J1 uv le. ' ' m m (HI I V I '"1 v v r i v r-i i"i t i l a MONUMENT TO GRANT. By the Liberality or a Chicago Citizen Ga lena, ILL, Gets a Broaae Statae of the General Galena, 111., June 4, The town which sent to the front the greatest northern general of the late civil war f bronze statue to U. S. Grant and the opening of a new park bearing his name in the center of the city. The statue was the gift of H. H. Kohlsaat, of Chicago, and the park, a tract of six acres, from which the build ings which formerly occupied it have been removed, is the outgrowth of a suggestion by James W. Scott. The statue is eight feet in height and stands upon a granite pedestal ten feet high. It represents the old commander stand- ing bareheaded with his military coat unbuttoned ad thrown back. The in scription on the base reads: "Grant, Our Citizen." Throngs of people arrived during the forenoon from every direction. The public schools in Dubuque, Freeport a...

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. — 10 June 1891

"fflpl -3K-&jQf&f4rt)p 'Hm"-e & Trajrwrtya The Globe-Republican, Published every Wednesday By ilic Clobe-ReiiiMican Publishing Co. OFFICIAL CITY ORGAN. Lnteiod at the l'ostoflice at Dodge City, Kmisa for transmission through the mails as second-class matter. (In Advance.) One year $1.50 Three months 50 Six months. 75 Single copies JS NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Parties who find an X after their name on the margin of the paper or wrapper, may know that their subscription baa expired and 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, JUNE 10, 1891. Sib John Macdonald, one of Can ada's most distinguished statesmen, died Saturday afternoon, after fifty years of labor in public affairs of the Canadian government. Congressman Peters was doing busi ness in the district court this week. The Herald is glad to welcome Judge Teters to our city. What a contrast there is be twe...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 10 June 1891

.1 i,f . .?,' &.. Ifr If 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 tbe store, unless the name of the writer and bis address accompanies tbeaxne. Not for tbe purpose of publication, but as a guarantee of their good, faitb 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 oue side Of the paper. i RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISOX, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GorsG EAST. New York " No. 4 Ar. 3:33 a. m Chicago " No. 6 Ar. 6:10 a. m Mo. River " No. 8 Ar. 3:35 p. m "Way Freight JSo. 46 Ar. 6:43a.m GOISG WEST. ilejcico A San Diego Ex. No. 3, Ar. 1 :30 a. m Denver 4 Utah Ex No. 5, Ar. 11:00 p. m Colorado Express No. 7, Ar. 2:00 p. m Way Freight No. 43, Ar. 4:15 a. m F. Gjlbdsek, Agent. CHICAGO....

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 10 June 1891

".JJI !e (lobcJIrpubHtfltL D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. Michael Dayitt's Labor World has suspended publication. The Italian wheat crop is at present in a strong' and healthy condition, And there is every prospect of an excellent harvest. The czarewitch opened the first por tion of the Transsiberian railroad at "Valdirostock, and laid a memorial tab let amid a scene of great enthusiasm. Wheat rose seven marks in Berlin after it became known that Chancellor "Von Caprivi had stated in the lower house of the Prussian diet that the ministry had decided against any re duction in the corn duties. Hexky Clews says there is no doubt but Secretary Foster will agree with the bankers that it will be to the best interests of ihe country to extend the maturing of the AH per cent, bonds after September at 2 per cent The British consul at Hamburg- re ports that the time is not far distant when that place will be lost to the Brit ish coal industry. The English coal pr...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 10 June 1891

.V V 1 t i lit H Sije C5iobc-Pxpitblican- D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. RULES FOR DRESS. It Is not hard to be well dressed, If you'll observe with care Some fundamental principles About the clothes you wear. Your hat should always be on straight; A trifle either way "Will make the girl you walk with feel Uncomfortable all day. The collar that you wear should be Not very high nor low. For never to pronounced extremes Allow yourself to go. The necktie herein lies a world Which few have conquered yet Unless you feel sure of your ground A dark one you should get. You should of course tie it yourself, And, when you do this, mind And stop by some ingenious plan Its getting up behind. "In clothes of course you will not wear Loud checks or stripes it's best To get plain goods; and pray avoid The gaudy colored vest. 2 ever a silk hat and sack coat With this rule be Imbue-i; And patent leather shoes ere noon Should likewise be tabooed. Each article of dress you wear Should have ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 10 June 1891

rpFt -yttp -"- v- JCc ' ' : Trade and Money. Twenty-three of the largest iron furnaces in the Shenango and Maho ning valleys go into blast to-day after five months of idleness, due to the high price of coke and the high freights on fuel and raw material. The end of the long coke strike last weet brought about tnis cnange in the iron situation, and its effect is reaching as far noith as Milwaukee, where the Bay View furnace is well as the Chicago furnace, will blow in soon. In view of this prospective in crease in production the buyers are naturally not afraid of any higher prices, as a rule though prices are very firmly held. The Thomas Iron Company estimates that by the first of July it will have shipped 100,000 tons more than iu the first six mouths of any other j'ear, and says it has no stock on baud. Here the failure of the foundrymen and house-smiths to end their strike made it a dull week. Southern iron has been creeping in and filling the vacuum wherever auv existed by reason...

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