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

jj C" TT! p -?? "&' K I P !i,l i V N Tm? frT nirc-RlTPrmT Tp A N NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents will please bear in mind that all anonymous couiiunnlcatlons sent to this office for publication, are carefully filed awav la the stove, unless the name of the vrriter and his address accompanies thesame. Not for the purpose of publication, but as a guarantee of their sood 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. kid Store We have just received a nice line of Table Oil Cloths: Turkish Towels. Men's Work Shirts. Men's Overalls, Men's Cotton Pants, Crash Toweling, (a big bargain.) Gents Fine Hose. Gents Silk Neck-ties, A fiae line of Snspenders, Ladies Misses and Children's Hosiery. RIBBONS! RIBBONS! At prices lower than ever at the Racket Store. A. F. HAIiLETT. LOCAL BREVITIES. Dr. C A. Milton threshed his small grain this week. He has 900 bushels of o...

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. — 5 August 1891

RUSSIANS JN KANSAS. .Interesting Sketch of an Interest ing People. iflnt Settlement of Meanonltes la Western Kannaa-How They Made Wild Prairies Productive A Queer People Be- coming Americanized. Noble L. Prentis contributes an inter esting' article to the Kansas City Star on the settlement of the Mennonites in Kansas, from which the following is vtaken: "When in the years 1874 and 1875 the people commonly called 'Russians' were arriving1 in Kansas, they were regarded with a special wonder, which did not, however, lead np to any sufficient in vestigation by the American multitude. -A. 'Russian' was a man who wore a sheepskin coat with the wooly side out, or a woman who wore a black kerchief "tied over or around her head, and who spent most of her time going some--where with an iron teakettle.. Rus sian' and 'Mennonite' were somehow supposed to mean the same thing, and there are plenty of people in Kansas .yet who do not know that Mennonite is the name of a religious sect, as Bap tist...

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. — 5 August 1891

Y-yg'a'"''a.4PVHg faafr-'i F$? MV 0"""aiWJl?2WNJjiPWI1' llAay")? '5j1f,?ir V j i tir AWFUL WORK. Drunken Italians Accused 'Wholesale Slaughter. of A FAMILY OF SEVES MURDERED. Terrible Affair at a Colorado Dance Has and Slar Factions Have a Battle at Church at Cleve land, O. Catxettsbukg, Ky., Aujf. 3. In Wayne county. West Virginia, Friday night a Mr. Brum fie Id, his wife and five children xere murdered by a party of Italian railroad laborers. The Italians were employed on the Norfolk & Western railroad and Friday night about fifty of them got drunk and going to the home of Brumfieid, who was reported to have much money, they demanded admittance. When refused entry, with rails and clubs the Italians began an attack. Brumfieid and his two half grown sons made a brave defense, but seem to have had no arms. The assailants finally broke in the doors and windows and beat Brumfieid and the boys to death with clubs. They then cut their throats and stabbed them repeatedly. The fiends 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. — 5 August 1891

v -- & i'VP?1'"' '"Tf -j--S'v"-5' ' j-r-JMK 'i-'?!H,e -; 1M1M. A Rain-Wizard. .From the Hutchinson News, j Dr. Johnson in "Uasselas" tells of a i white haired astronomer whose business it was to keep the various portions of the . earth supplied with water. Day and ifflit. wintpr nnil summer. vo:ir in jind .., ., j year out this old fellow attended to his duties never lag-!or. never tiring, and scarcely sleeping lest some part of the earth -should be neglected and a drouth ensue. With the death of Dr, JohnsonV character it had been supposed the race of rain-producers had becotn extinct. ;But-sucli is not the ca3, if the Canton correspondent of the Denver Ncivs is to be relied upon. In'Sunday's issue of that enterprisihg journal appears a lengthy account of an invention, or machine, by means of which one Frank Melbourne has been giving Canton and vicinity a complete -wetting down every Sunday evening. When Melbourne, some seven or eight weeks ago,anounced that he would pro duce ra...

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. — 12 August 1891

M , ,...,-,.- n i. "- ''iT'-' ' """" "' " '"2 ' ""," '"-! - y ' rrrTK"5 'jvwrwfyrTBP U V The GLobe-Republican. The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. ) mnsnlfilatPd ' The FORD CO. REPUBLICAN, " 1S86. onsOIiuatea, DODGE CITY, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1891. FIFTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XIV, NO. 42 I ' - I I v L r ... r'l " N A & ? F- B R i OUR CAPITAL -Special Coirespoudeace 10 the OLuue-Ke- FCilLICAN. Washington. D. U.. August 10 ISM. Assistant rsecietary Xeuletou has ap proved the practice adopted by tbe Col lector of Ciistou- at Xew York to ap praise importation uu canceled postal cards received through tbe mails and un accompanied bv invoice- ou tbe basis of :be actual market value and wholesale .price at tbe time of exportation to tbe L'nited Mates iu tbe principal markets of -tbe country whence exported, the same as in tbe ca-e of iutpoitatiou of canceled .and uncancled postage stamps. He add that foreign postage stamps are not en titled to free entry or .ye-iinportatiou into th...

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. — 12 August 1891

"fJf SJftSIS I A k ' Slje (Slobccpitbtttan, D. Nl. FROST, Publisher. r.inr.EClTY. KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. The famous Tokay vineyards in Hun gary have been ravaged by phylloxera and almost entirely destroyed. The first overhead trolley road in England is to be built in the suburbs of Leeds by the Thomson-Houston Co. Nkakly 4,000 Indians depredations claims have so far been filed before the national court of claims at Washington. Paris had seventy-three acres under roof for its exposition, but Chicago will have 115 acres. It will be a show not soon to be surpassed. Rev. Dr. J. II. Worcester has form ally notified the directors of the Union theological seminary of his acceptance of the professorship tendered him. A letter has been received at the treasury department-signed "King of the Tramps," containing particulars of an attempt progressing to rob the treasury. Tun court martial which tried Lieut. Alexander Dean for drunkenness while on duty in the Yosemite valley has recommended th...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 12 August 1891

""'Jipwic: "T,Tf" ; ' V I I! . Vt i Sljc tilobcPcpublican. D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. "EER AIN COUXTJEttE." OThat Called the Lonely Lassie Home- Scotch :HE was inst a little Scotch lassie. A timid, sweet-faced Ht 1 1 e creature, with an aureole of tawny hair to frame her shy face. She had come to this country three years be fore. At her father's death she had been left alone save for an aunt, a good kind wom an, who was a mother to the girL f l shy face. I n She had come , to this country 'El 4I. .n, A .- V- They were left almost penniless, de pendent on theirown exertions. Much -was said of the employment to be iound in America and the good wages paid. Lisette's aunt decided to come and try their fortunes in the strange country. "But what o' Kenneth?" the girl had asked. I gae him a promise to wait for him till he comes hame fer ane, this Yuletide a year." "Leave yer address with some friend, Clyde Burgn wad be a gude one, and when he comes hame fer ye, he can come...

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. — 12 August 1891

nrrnl -" i - - -rf-rtr tvt?i&&$&W$ "5 TFPgSssm! f V mmmmirrT'. The Globe-Republican. Published every Wednesday By (lie Globe-Republican Publishing Co. OFFICUL CITY ORGAX. Entered at the Postoflice at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission through the mails v-as second-class matter. ZJatoc of Cm c scrixitiosi: (In Advance.) One year $1.50 Three months 50 Six months 75 Single copies A NOTICE TO SUBSCKIBEIIS. 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 iiich are kindly solicited to re mit to us the amount of the same. D. 31. FUOST, I W. C. SHIN.V. Editor and 3Ianager. Asst. Editor and 3Ian. WEDNESDAY, AVii. 12. 1S91. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor Judge 27th Judicial Distilct, A. .7. ABBOTT, Of Finney County. KLTURMCAX COUNTY CONVENTION. The Republicans of Ford count', Kan sas, will bold a county convention for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following offices to be filled by r...

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. — 12 August 1891

ilJr"?";"c- "lk-7JTrn,h e- --- s vy Jp-"j i h 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 thesame. 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. Jacket Store U We have just received a nice line of Table Oil Cloths. Turkish Towels. I Men's Work Shirts, N Men's Overalls, H Men's Cotton Pants. Jk Crash Toweling', (a big bargain.) ' Gents Fine Hose, Gents Silk Neck-ties, A fine line of Snspenders, Ladies Misses and Children's Hosierv. RIBBONS! RIBBONS! At prices lower than ever at the Racket Store. A. F. HALLETT. LOCAL BREVITIES. See Pinafore next Tuesday evening. Notice the new Santa Fe tim...

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. — 12 August 1891

m- THE BOYS IN BLUE. Grand Parade of the Gh A. R. at Detroit. VForty Thoagand Veterans in Line Many Old Battle Flags Again Flung: to the Breeze Showing; of Western States. Detroit, Mich., Aug. 5. The national encampment of the U. A. It- and the celebration of its silver anniversary formally opened yesterday with a grand parade. Special trains bringing' i state delegations from all parts of the country poured I into the city all night and early in the morning. Oth- ers brought visit- A. ors not officially i'. identified with the encampment by the xv tnousanu, ana at iu y o'clock the streets com. veazev. were almost lm- . passable. The head of the procession moved at 11 o'clock and both in num- bers and equipment the parade was one of the most magnificent ever made by "die Grand Army. Most of the veterans wore new and handsome uniforms and there was no end of novel features. The Philadelphia, contingent, nearly J500 strong, carried umbrellas, each one -painted to represent a portion o...

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. — 12 August 1891

ygy,wyipuu wgfflpf "fpS "!Tf g rTyfrym(,y jJiSFIIiKJJ-- 1 A a i ' i V7 :'i k THE NEW COMMANDER. Capt. John Palmer, of Sew York, Etct 1 Commander-in-Chief of the G. A R- 3f Xew Department for Colored Veterans Other Organizations. Detroit, Mich., Aug: 7. While the delegates to the G. A. R. encampment were getting together yesterday for the second day's session, it was ap parent that the chief bone of conten tion of the silver anniversary the color line imbroglio was not destined to be disposed of as amicably as had been anticipated. The recommenda tion of the commander-m-chief in favor of the creation of a provisional department forthe colored veterans has met with a storm of op position from unexpected quarters, and after the adjournment 3estcrday -scores of delegates were in receipt of dis patcher, the majority of them from the east and wesst, urging and in some cases Oi w . v r- v JtW' THE NEW COXMAXDER. demanding that theencampment .shmM declare itself in no uncertain way on the r...

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. — 12 August 1891

w ;F. Let the World Eat Corn. Perhap it is not true that when a cer tain queen of France was told the peo ple had no bread she answered: "Why don't they eat cake?" But it is certainly true that Europe is not going to have wheat to eat next year. Why shall it not eat corn? It is short 3G9,000,000 bushels of wheat. It is short of barley, oats and rye. Sussia,which has hither to supplied maize for a comparatively limi ted demand, will not be an exporter next year; her crops are not excessive of her own wants. The question, therefore, is simply to what extent can this continent supply foods for Europe. Food stuffs other than 'corn we have in considerable quantity to send abroad. Corn we ought to send in quantities far exceeding any previous or any other export. The American farmer has now his great op portunity. The European consumer is not nearly so ill off as he appears to be on the wheat and rye returns if he will only examine the returns of maize. Chicago Herald. In a similar vein a...

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. — 19 August 1891

H'WHypyv S' Jp'V. 7K'r" The Globe-Republican. M -V t The FOUD CO. uLOBE. Established loi.. consolidated 1683. The FOKU CO. REPUBLICAN", " 1886. j wntoouaaseu, ubh. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1891. FIFTEENTH YEAS. VOL. XiV. NO. 43 u i. Kf Ife f - OUR CAPITAL. iMM-idl Oirrfj!TMiiIein-e to Hit; Gloise-He- rcuucAN. Washington. D- C. August 17 1S01. Gov. Campbell of Ohio, say? -tain ready to n?k free -silver." and for that unhappy Hl of bi democratic tonjrm" the Ohio people are giujj to give him a worse leieat at trie pons ma:: uie : j planned for him. Apparently trustworthy estimates of the entire wheat crop f the couutry. from .-,35,000.000 T" :UO.UO0.0O0 bushels. are now thought not to be too targe on the strength of lecent import from the leading wheat-growing stare-. It is mw estimated that Kansas will produce 70. 000.000 bu-hel. and very favorable re ports come from parts of Miuuesota and Xorth Dakota. A large part of thepring wheat has beeu harvested and housed. It ...

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. — 19 August 1891

' "'VW .3- -' ini 1 D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY, KANSAS.! 4 CURRENT cbMMENT. Mexico's first linen mill has been opened near "the uivj A of "Mn-vipv 1TTJT' - Mm. Jefferson Davis is expected to Select the resting- place in Richmond for her husband's remains some time ia October. During the twenty-four hours ended at midnight of the 10th there were forty cases of heat prostration in New York city, all of which proved fatal SEcnr.T orders iave been received by the police, which will have the effect of expelling every Jew from the Mos cow district within two months. TnE newspapers of Lima, Peru, con tain elaborate accounts of the removal of the remains of Francisco Pizzaro, who led the conquest of Peru, from a vault under the altar of the cathedral at Lima to the chapel of the viceroys in the same building. The remains were Bubjected to a careful examination and the body was found to be admirably preserved. Stock in the proposed candidacy of Senator Gorman for the presidency had q...

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. — 19 August 1891

&ep V 1 A f (je $lobeJtepublicatt. D. M. FROST, Publisher. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. A MOTHER'S SONG. Jl mother sat rocking her little babe, "Bye, little baby, bye" And this is the son? she sang as she rocked: "Hush, little dear, don't cry. Father has pone to market town 'To buy the baby a velvet gown. Brother has pone to flsh in the brook "To catch a flVn with his little hook. Sister will fry it for baby to eat. Never was llsh one-half o sweet Bye, little baby, bye. "Bye, little baby. bye. Angels are atchinz my baby dear. Their fluttering wingr are hovering near, They bring him dreams of Heaven above, They whisper to him of mother's love. Bye little baby, bye. "Bye, little baby, bye. Sleep, sweetly sleep, on mother's breast. In mother's arms you dream and rest, Sleep, little baby, sleep. "The waxen eyelids flutter down. Baby is off to dreamland town, Bye, baby, bye. "Bye, darling, bye. Baby has gone to the land of Nod, "Where everything is queer and odd. "Where cherries bob on twigs ...

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. — 19 August 1891

"-jwv.tw aiMPfk. - 'ih- owwww iww. iia!j?--j -ife x -- The Globe-Republican, Published every Wednesday By the GIobe-Kepuljlican Publishing Co. OFFICIAL CITY OltGAX. Entered at the Postorilcc at Dodxe City. Kansas for transmission through ti.e mails as second-class matter. (In Advance.) ...$1.30 Three months . ,... 73 Single copies.. One year Six months. .SO notice to 5.liisci:ibi:ks. Parties who find an X after their name on the margin of the paper or wrapper, may know that their -.ubscription has expired and is due. All such are kindly solicited to re mit to lis the amount of the same. D. M. FROST, Editor and Manager. 1 W. C SIIIX.V. As-t. Editor and Man. WEDNESDAY. AUG. 1'J. 1S91. REPUKMCAa TICKET. Tor Judge 27th Judicial District, A. J. ABBOTT. Of Finney County. REPUBLICAN COCXIV CONVENTION. The Republicans of Ford county. Kuu sas, will bold :i county convention for the purpose of rjoiniuntiug candidates for the following olh'ces to be tilled by regular election in November next ...

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. — 19 August 1891

F "Vl T- t 1 r2 fell The Globe-Republican. NOTICE TO CORRESPOXDESTS. Correspondents will please bear in mind that all anonymous communications sent to this -office for publication, are carefully filed a-way in the stove, unless the name of the writer andhis address accompanies t became. Not for the purpose of publication, but as a sjcarantee of their srood faith and a knowl edge onoar part where and from whom the -communication comes. Please vrrite plain, be particular about names, and vrrite on but one side of the paper. kket Store We have jut received a nice line of Tab'le Oil Cloths. Turkish Towels. Men's Work Shirts. Men's Overalls. Men's Cotton Pants. - Crash Toweling, (a big bargain.) Gents Fine Hose, Gents Silk Neck-ties. A fine line of Snspenders. Ladies Misses and Children's Hosiery. RIBBONS! RIBBONS! At prices lower than ever at the 1 JtacKet store. A. F. HAI.LETT. Local Brevities. W. F. Pine spent last Sunday at the home of his father near Speareville. Mills, the funny ma...

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. — 19 August 1891

irnniBlniTiili '-"""-'-" ' - nmTiHii n. r SSFilff''' .f-VV' AWFDL DEATHS. Tate Tempted By Parachutists in Different Places. A YOUNG WOMAN'S FEARFUL FALL. -A. Newly-Married Couple and an Aeronaut Narrowly Escape After Falling 8,000 Feet An Aeronaut Drowned and Another One Crushed. Cincinnati, Aug. 17. One of the at tractions of Coney island Saturday afternoon was a balloon ascension by Miss Annie Harness, of Tcrre Haute, and a large crowd of pleasure seekers -thronged the grounds. At the ap pointed time the young woman stepped "into the? car. The ropes were loosened :at once and the balloon rose rapidly. At an elevation of about 500 feet the parachute was let go and slowly began 'to unfold. Suddenly there was a dread ful hush in the crowd for the parachute jbad closed, and with its human burden was falling with frightful velocity. Then the silence was broken by the .shrieks of women and children. Faster and faster descended the para--chute. More intense and terrible be- came the stra...

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. — 19 August 1891

N Y Ti r i i i y y HIS WORK ENDED. tsasnes Russell Lowell, Poet, Patriot aa4 Scholar, After a Lour ted Usetal Life Soccsmb Ut a Complication of Ailment Brier Sketch of His BrilliantCareer. "Boston-, Mass., Aug1. 13. James Ens Bell Lowell died at 2: 10 o'clock yesterday morning. His death was caused by aa affection of the liver together with other ailments incidental to his ad Tanced age. Mr. Lowell passed away at his home. Elm wood, in Cambridge, where he was born. Almost to the last he was a hard, although erratic, worker. He had not been seen as often in society lately as formerly, but up to five years ago he seemed in robust health. BIOGRAPHICAL James nuscll Lowell was born in Cam for.dge, Xass.. February 22, ISI9. The poet ras descended from an English family who settled in New England In the year of U3A. His grandfather was made a Judae by Wash ington after having assisted in framing the constitution of Ma-sachusetts in 17S0. He moved the insertion in the bill of rights of th:i...

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. — 19 August 1891

-; (?v" Echoes from the Farm. Fanner Knight of this county has just finished thresbnig :v fort' acre field of wheat which averaged fifty-two bushels to the acre. Coffeyville Journal. AVm. Stoughton and Win. Anderson threshed 23 1-2 and 30 bushels per acre respectively from their wheat fields this week. Gove County Gazette. We hear that the wheat of M. S. Chap ell,in Asherville, yielded over forty bush els per acre. Last year Mr. C. Threshed fifty-four bushels per acre Beloit Ga zette. E. A. Taylor of Beloit will have seven or eight thousand bushels of peaches to market this season. We uotice some of his peaches in the stores at this place, and they are very fine. Gaylord Herald. Bowles brothers threshed a piece of volunteer wheat raised on their place about fonrteeD miles west of here which averaged twenty-six bushels per acre und tested sixty-two pounds. Gove County Gazette. The reduction of duties on American flour sent to Cuba is $4.73 per barrel. Still, the St. Louis Republic is...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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