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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 1 October 1891

mm't 4yvV "T?Tr,nEK? T " 3t-i U- ""- w?" &: " v 1 ?Jt 1 The Globe-Republican. TkroBXoa TImPOCBGO. CITY. KAMA. Tainaeiiaw ivaaaHpaNaia OCTOBER I, I39L FIFTEENTH YEAR. VOL XIV, NO. 49. 'Xpt & mT'- ? 1 14. p k OUR CAPITAL gpeetel OMTcspondeacc to th Gun- fAMOiraTOV. D. C..8ft.Jtlk. 91. 'Xki Xwr Yftrk dcuocntt mwwmwM trjriag tta imdlf wrtfcljp to 1ji 0MMV Br. IMMO, tue repMiaM Imc for gottwt. D to date MI mad oily tMflff tWt thv tore 4iMfiMi !! Mr. Ptau' wjMato. M ttet to trac, Mr. FHtt to to wi commtmi' iforkto excellent selecttoa, kC tot to Mr. Piatt's caaiMale Hatty iirir toi to tfce r toil it f.t!M3wrfiMfttate jei pajfcMw coareatloa. The aaariaaa to mlway Mr. Ptott'e eaodidate. Mr. Piatt UbalMtaaMvaj. While tfee details of the afreeawDt (between Germany and (Ms country) i wbicbkdmltt AmfriOil pork into the) former country are not yet known, It is supposed that the effective argument used by the Uaited States to secure con cessions from Germany was the prom ise that no discri...

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. — 1 October 1891

,$ffY'Jtl?v'JJrTZr?- IwJJTVxw' r'P-.vt' -sftj'j5S ', -yygggm , 57flT:i r illjc (irlolic--iiifubUW. b3& Published By the .gcbfiEepnblicW DODGE CITY, KANSAS. , iff. ., e . jCUjlRENT COMMCNT The world's fair representatives of England and Germany have each ap plied for 200.000 square feet of floor space for exhibits. . -- 3pe At the Spanish cabinet meeting At was decided to try the Manser rifle -for the army ana to experiment Bmokeloss powder. with Empkiiok William, of Germany, has appointed the grand duke of Hesse Darmstadt general of infantry and a field marshal of the empire. It is reported that the boy Servia has been betrothed" to cess Helena of Montenegro. Ss sixteen years and the "princess teen. Tun railway mail superintel session in Washington, have the civil servi ce commission! physical as well as m tions for railway mail a It has been ascertainMHtab thaM) wnicn tne uriusn governpyntwiiwnm to pay the Canadian sealft(5aBPjgj on account or tne mofiiKi 300.000 and may be as ...

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. — 1 October 1891

F f IP ill fcv sr fl n i V p i8 If v.. Mjc (6lobcBcpublican. Published By tl DODGE CI A messenger called at a palace door. And grimly waving attendants aside. Unfalteringly passed tbe threshold o'er. To a portal hall bnilt'hlgh and wide; - ., The master.was ill, tbe intruder in haste, "Not at home" to tbe call, though sent by a king Of terrors, who never has time to waste. Nor the intruder a welcome message to bring ; "Not ready,"" the master Imploringly cried, Jo face a life record," yet he had when he died, .' Ever so many millions of dollars. :Then passing on through a neighboring street Tbe messenger knocked at another home, Where the inmates again were slow to greet A caller who had so unwelcomely come, tWhere were carvings in marble and frescoes rare, "Where works of oW masters hung on the .Costly laces7 fringes and curtains grouped, where .Rich tapestries lay in parlors and halls; These the messenger beckoned the master to leave, Snowing well that he hadVwhile pleading H? rep...

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. — 1 October 1891

, ' 3" T .SS" The Globe-Republican. Published every Thursday Bf Hie Globc-RepublicM PoMisliin? ft. OFFICIAL CITY ORGAN. Entered a the l'otflimi:e ai Unit,..' fit.. Kttnstu, for transmloxlon thnmli the 1....1 as secoud-claaa matter. (In Advance.) One year $1.H) Tnr '- ii:ont:i . Six months 73 Mnjrle coj-W' NOTICE TO sfUlCUIBKU. rarties who find an X alter t!"ir n-rui- on the margin of the paper or wr.ipp-: s know that their subscription has expired .. u Is due. All such are kindly s.h itel s i mit to us the mtiount of the -.une. D. M. FROST, I W. C. HI V. Editor and Maunder. A-t. Kititot and Man. THURSDAY. OCT. 1. ISfll. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Judge 27th .Judicial IM-Min A. J. ABBOTT. Of Finney County. CMNr Tacko. or Skvif. ! ' C. M. BEESOX. For Treasurer. B. S. WILLIAMS. ForlUffittarof Ihi: -- J. A. JUIBT. For Cowl Clark. B. F. SCOFFERS. For CoaByBureyor. T. L. DELL1NGER. For Cerneer. DR. S. J. CRUMBlNli. FarOaaailMieMr.Sad bitiiei. H. R. BROWN. FotComm'urirtontT, 3rd Dili net. L. R...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 1 October 1891

w IS y m v. 81' fit PJ W' ?s 3'J I ft It ' W The Globe-Republican. f SOTICE TO COKnESPOSDESTS. narrimniiftntM will Dlease bear In mlad that all anonymous coramaaicaUoas seat to this office for publication, are carefnlljr nlM away In the stove, nnless the name of the writer and his address accompanies the same. Not for the purpose of publication, but as a guarantee of their good f altb and a J"101 edge on our part where and from whom the communication come, Please write plain, be particular about uumei, and write on hut one side of the paper. Goal. J. B. LANTZ. CANON H VICTOR TRINIDAD O PLEASANTON )0 Leave your orders at W. C. Shinn'a feed store where the coal will be weighed. E. A. HICKERSON, Manager. LOCAL BREVITIES. Work In'ta dejrree at tbe A. O. U. W. lodge uext Monday evening. A fall attendance is aVslred. A good three-room housa for tale -for 9150. "So encumbrance, and taxes paid. Inoyiira at Mra. Killiau'. The O. A. K. MtwrtaiBRstRt of Tuaa day evenhif wasa big racceMaad tao ...

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. — 1 October 1891

I i'V I ' :.-' ' M iilVWiri.i Mir..l..ll...,.MI...l HIH.I ..i''ll iM,i . I ,. ill 1.11. l.l mi ..'. i ihiim hawirtiii.i ln.i.-l..ll.lltWHi. h . l nr.n i, .i i yaar rvtt0H HriM sssssbbbbbbbsssssssspss'bspsp p'' CHEEKY CHILI: JL Cabinet Meeting' Called; to. Con sider Matters . , 4, , CONJECTURES OF WHAT IT MEASS. TTho Little Bepnbllc Said to Be Actios Offensively to Minister ISfan and Resi dent Americans "5To Information Vouchsafed. WAsnnfGTox, Sept 29. Diplomatic complications have arisen between the United States and ChilL How scrions cannot now be stated, but sufficiently grave to cause a hurriedly-called con sultation at the executive mansion between the president and his chief advisers in the state and navy de partments. The consultation lasted until after 12 o'clock, Secretary Tracy remaining with the president until 1 .o'cloclc Commodore Ramsey came out with .-several press copy books containing of ficial cablegrams and the book contain ing the official cipher of the navy de pa...

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. — 1 October 1891

p ssHSBssssssSSai mm immmmmmi asssssi $mmmmmmmFtSmm9SamZ T. LOUIS SCORCHED. BURDE a&l int. flAi , laW. b xt toni FEENZY OF FEVEE. DR. BURCHARD DEAD. m.. v-. Practical. Bat 'ot Iss Wi.1 f i?lf L-Jfcl :-i Ui J ttZ&exxaSM1SE!ZeSIS?B5lS&l xlan DiTtna han Practical. ' ,h - ,; ww,lrv,;nh h.i nn 1v.n Ex-Gov. Morehouse, of Missouri, Hi Long Career as a Pastor The Words That Gave Him National Notoriety. lanno, a well-5ao5YA WWdaaUke exemt one word. . The same is Dies By His Own Hand. a funny story of one? , true olechiiew one upj caring each, week, 'nm.tif.n1 -Snt-P nf from' Ttid DryKarifefedicine Co. 'This Sabatoga, N. Y., Sept 26. Rev. Dr. JT K SP iTspractical jokes, of Samuel D. Burchard. of New York, bouse places a "Crescent" ou everything. isterdav morfcint?. has been sick lor nearly a week pi ttftcrefftW irastcMlitMlMiB ti?SttPW&m&jJS tnQ nnxOTtheBj-adDubbalia Look fth-it'send clock yesterday afternoon; aWtobm'of-HhePlfe MittKg?C62. m.am :A TT-- j--J'TF 1.11. ....L ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 1 October 1891

''V v t Many pmai wko would like to own land, white amply able to do bo, are dateraad from doug ao, from a belief that it fckee from three tofovr years bafnre any coaaidarabla returns upon ItolttaJtaaaateanbatipacAa. Tfcie tofmmtf awaof lead i kacrir tam- bered cowtrea, er mm eomea wub ,orwerta heavy a tmmmmm1 Ja ia . baft it eerteialy it aot wwe ef aw detaMafcabNavprairiaa under a fletfalaMflfirriffatiom Aaamajti deaeeoftbetruthofa,aalheai crop J aft aajgaifcyC. L. Beckett 4 PaaaftaU, (aad he ia oaly ea ef many we eaa aataa) laet yaw-fatai SSbaaVrta per ear, at 40 caale bar thefriee obtained, arid Mi 'SoMlaT! a total af $14.60 par for water, breaking and all larai om land aft $10 per acre we awe a total of 5.06 leaving a net profit of 8 M for the fret year'a work. Fol lowing the next crop with wheat the return are likely to be greater; or let the land be needed to alfalfa which is permanent crop and the result will be about as follows: Dr. to plowing one acre $1.25; seeding $1.00; ...

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. — 8 October 1891

. rT; i - - The Globe-Republican, The FOUD CO. GLOBE, Established 1677. 1886 ( Consolidated, 1889. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1891. FIFTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XIV, NO. 50. The FORD CO. UEPLJIL.1CA, j h?g r I - ' to OUR CAPITAL Special Corre!!"ictidence to the Uloiik-Kk-poblicax. Washington-. D. C Oct. 5th. 91. ' Campbell says tbat free sugar is free trade. Whj tbeu did the democratic party oppose it in the Mills bill their own free trade measure; and why did they rote against it Inst winter. I have just returned from northern New York,' said Mr. Charles J. Goff. a brother of General Goff. of west Virgina, at the Ebbitt, "and it looks as though every man, woman and child in that re gion was shouting for Fassett. Greater enthusiasm for a gubernatorial candidate was never seen. St. Lawrence county, which is a republican stiougbold and good for S,000 majority any time, will give 10,000 majority for Fassett. He is going to down Roswell P. Flower and knock Tammany silly."' The con...

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. — 8 October 1891

SIXTIETH REPORT. 'The Commissioner of Indian Af fairs Presents His Record. CHANGED POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT "The Inevitable Destruction of the Tribal .and Reservation Systems Progress of .Allotments-Belief That Education Will Act Favorably. Washington. Oct 6. The sixtieth annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs has just been submitted to the secretary of the interior. After alluding to increased public in terest in the subject of the Indian ad- , .-ministration the commissioner outlines , what he regards as the settled policy of j the government in its dealings with the , .Indians, emphasizing comprehensive- , -uess. definiteness of aim, clearness of outline, adaptation of means to ends, justice, firmness, humanity, j radicalness, stability and time as the essential element of such a policy. He thinks that the great forces now at work land in severalty, with itsac- companying dissolution of the tribal - relation and breaking up of the reser vation, the destruction of the...

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. — 8 October 1891

i I Ifi i ii! I' II I b 2 5 . i iw hi-1 ! !.: r, 1 is a H BOULANGER TOO. The Noted French General Com mits Suicide. Be Shoots Himself at the Tomb of BEs Mistress at KrusseU Great Ex citement Caused By the AiTAir. i Brussels, Oct 1. Gen. Boulanger committed suicide about noon yesterday on the tomb of Jlrae. de Bonnemain, who died recently in this city. Gen. Boulanger stood alone by the grave of his mistress for some time, ap parently deeply affected by sorrowful recollections. An attendant of the general who had respectfully remained at some distance from Mme. de Bonnemain's tomb, suddenly heard a sharp report in that direction. Running- to the spot he found Gen. Bou langer dead upon the ground with a revolver clenched in his right hand. The general had placed the weapon to his right ear and fired. The affair has caused great excite ment in this city and much commotion among the general's followers in Paris. The police and the dead man's friends here have taken possession of his lodg...

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. — 8 October 1891

V" t J -' t The Globe-Republican. Published every Thursday By the Clobe-RepoWicao Publishing Co. OFFICIAL CITY ORGAN. Entered at the Postoffice at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission through the mails as second-class matter. "Sates c5 S-"cscrLptt.sa.: (In Advance.) One year fl.50 Three months 50 Single copies 5 Six months... 75 NOTICE TO SUBSCKIISEKS. Parties who lind 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 aie kindly solicited to re mit to us the amount of the miini1. D. M. ritOST, Editor and Manager. W. C. .SIi'IXX, Aaat. Editor and Man. THURSDAY, OCT. S. 1SQ1. REPUBLICAN TICKET. rorJitdeSith Judicial DUtnct, A. J. ABBOTT. Of Kinney County. Count)' Ticket. For Sheriff. C. 31. I1EESOX. For Treasurer. B. S. WILLIAMS. For Ilcguter of Deeds, .1. A. ARMEXT. For County Clerk, R. F. SCOFFEBX. For County Surveyor, T. L. DELLINGER. For Coroner, DR. S.J. CRUMBIXE. For Coiumisiioner; 2nd District. II. 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. — 8 October 1891

T rl feU 8: Mi H ! & n THE GLOBE-REPOBLICAN. NOTICE TO CORCESPONDSNT8. Coir poad U wUl please bear la mtea that all mnonymons communications sent to this office tor publication, are caretaUy 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. 1'ieiwe write plain, be particular about mimes, and write on 1 one side of the paper. J. B. LANTZ. CANON VICTOR TRINIDAD , PLEASANTON -I O O f Leave your orders at W .0. Shinn 8 feed store where the coal will be weighed. E. A. BICKERSON, Manager. local Brevities. Will Byers was on the sick list last week. Tom Tate, Jr.. for Jacob Collar. is selling furniture Gen. Fonda was in the city Satur day looking as cheerful as ever. John McCarty, father of Win. Mc Carty, came down from the north part of the state Saturday. Next Saturday evening. Oct. 10th, is the ...

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. — 8 October 1891

ryTyTvW W?ZA :y s ' gjjc iobcgepubUcatt Published By the Globe-Repablicaa Publishing Co. DODGE CITY, - - - - KANSAS. THE WOELD AT LAME. Summary of the Daily News. WASHIXGTOM NOTES. Wlt-D rumors were in circulation in Washington that the white squadron and other vessels were to be sent to Chili, but these stories were inconsist ent with Secretary Tracy's statement that no more vessels were to be ordered thither. Is the case of Deputy Marshal Clem !Lee, convicted of carrying a concealed weapon, Justice Lamar, of the United States supreme court, has handed down a decision that a federal deputy mar shal has no right to the possession of a weapon outside of his jurisdiction, even when following' a suspected crim inal from one state to another. Ma Foster expresses himself satis fied with the result of the 4J bond con tinuances at 2 per cent. The president has commuted to one year's imprisonment the sentence of Arthur Campbell, of Utah, convicted of adultery. The original sentence was eigh...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 8 October 1891

-fv ." - 3 ! g fed 11 M u ;tf m H If 1 I, 10 t !11 I WJTA Published By the Globe-Republican Publishing Co. DODGE CITY, - KANSAS. TED AND TOM. 'Ted tnd Tom were brothers, born in the same old farmhouse, JPlayed in the same green meadows, fished in the same wild stream: SBoth chased the same red woodchnck, both T shirked in the same cornfield, .Made love to the same schoolgirl, and dreamed the same sweet dream. r "Ted wandered off at twenty, passed the world's .misty mountains, , And traced Tiistcric rivers through legendary 5r' . lands; He sailed tempestuous oceans, by trailing tropic islands, iBasked in irrifious valleys and toiled through desert sands. "Torn lived ai home-till eighty, mowed the ances-. tral hayiielus, -And reaped his annual harvests, and watched his hens and bees; .He toiled bri in his birthplace nntil'the mourn- ers bore-bim . "To th' hereditary graveyard beneath the maple" .ireee. i - ' ' "But Ted, he lived in dreamland and everywhere he wandered , . . .He'saw-tH...

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. — 8 October 1891

-vy &?jh- "V i?".- V v C?S r..'iJ ; - At a Chinese Eanqnct. I Kent Wins. A wealth v Chinese merchant of San- ' We desire to i-ay to our citizens, that for Fraueiseo recently gave a banquet to j years we have been selling Dr. Kius New ;.; rl 1 1 11 S"-- ; nisCoveiT for Ccnsumption. Pr. King's with whom he had business relation?'. ' . . . ? . and many are the wonders told of the feast. Delicacies which to the American palate were uneatable were mingled with the most delicious viands. Some of them were easily recognized, while others were us strange and unaccounta ble as the native tongue of the host. Among the many sweets offered fur dessert were oranges of which the skins bad apparently not been broken, yet from which the pulp had somehow been mysteriousy removed, half a dozen sort of jelly having been made to take its place. The guests were unable to understand how so delicate an operation had been ac complished, but their astonishment was increased when the next moment they wer...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 15 October 1891

r5Ssyrty-f?tr?'iJ&;ir!?, t-3 - $ :i ii A ; "' " V - 'iit - f "? -I vr-v - - - a sn-t ia -7i "i.r .5 Ml The FOR.D CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. j Con-olided 1889. The FOUD CO. KKI'UBLICAX, " 1836. w,n'ouu,,ea' low- DODGE CITY. KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1891. FIFTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XIV, NO. 51. rvm ! w. z s,-r . . -.-. . Hta"? .-. frfi- .. ' - " " f The Gix)EE-REPumcANT ft Ml s : " fif, 13 k I- I i!i' &. U B OUR CAPITAL. Speei-J? Correspondence to the UlouK-Kk WASHINGTON. D.COct.lOtb, 91. There was considerable gossip starte J amonjthe politicians yesterday by the announcement that Gen. Clarkson dined wilfc the President Tuesday evening. While there has been noiupture between Mr. Harrison and Mr. Clarkson it has bees understood for some time that they were not on the most cordial terms, and it was said that when Gen. Claikson took the place of Mr. Quay as chairman of the Mtfeaal executive committee it would be run in practical autagonism to 31 r. Harrison. Politicians say, ho...

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. — 15 October 1891

V -. - 5V.T -2.-W-j- "X l. i j r 1 ?fX:W.tv A BATTLE BOYAL. Campbell and MoKinley in Joint Debate in Ohio. tThe Two Candidate for the Gofenenklp of the Backeye State DUcbm the lasae Between Their Beapective Partiea The Gostlemea Warmly Recleved. Ada, 0., Oct 9. The Napoleon of 'protection and the young Goliath of Ohio's democratic hosts crossed swords yesterday afternoon. Ten thousand peo ple, representing four commonwealths, -watched and listened to the oratorical otxei with quickening' pulses. The peo ple of this pretty little town had left nothing undone to make the day's etent one to be remembered in its history. Strangers began to come in at an early hour. Daylightsaw the common co ered with wagons and buggies in which "the sturdy yeoman of the agricultural districts for miles around had brought in their families, and as the morning wore on the regular and special trains brought in large contingents not only from near-by points, but from Toledo, Cincinnati and Cleveland. Columb...

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. — 15 October 1891

rWrVKFeW&9Pc" &L fwz&Zr'TFgttttr1 '-t&J&CZ&r .MT&TJfJ?-. T, r-J-r fx-k.- k ' . .Jissrnsaar5nu ' i BKmmmi-rv l a. jn. . - Jff s w? w; v- StSTSCSP3 4C J '$ 35 in r f ' h i i IM Hf -MEMORY OrGBAOTV His Statue Uavelled at Park,fOhicago. Unooln S3 1 Aa Twmb ss TfcroHg Does Haaair toHtMt I- XMry or tfca Deceased Soldl?3raa4 If lsixaatJrrsde-OratioaBy.fatt Greshsaa. Chicago, Oct 7. The superb eques trian statue erected by the citizens of Chicago to the honor of the late Gen. U. S. Grant was unveiled to-day in the presence of an immense concourse of people. The ceremonies were at once impressive and inspiring'. Business in the city had been almost -wholly suspended. The banks, exchanges, government and municipal offices were closed and the employed classes gener ally were given a holiday. The result GEN. was an outpouring of people from the heart of the city, such as has been sel dom witnessed here. It was recalled by many of those who flocked toward Lin coln par...

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. — 15 October 1891

U i -l & - i 'fr - -W"3"- -s55 ?'" -r 54j&.-irV'. j.-3 -..-. .i. - tn.'r,sr - -.- .d fc S--V " "- V IT 1 j- n . Wh ri-0" The Globe-Republican. Published every Thursday By the Clobe-RepoWieao Poblishing Co. OFFICIAL CITY OSOAK. Entered at the l'mttofflce at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmi wlon through the malls as secoud-class matter. (In Advance.) One year 5' Three months 50 Single copies' .5 Six months... NOTICE TO tfUBsCKIBEKS. Partic- who And an X after their name on the margin of tlie paper or wrapper, niav know that their subscription has expired and is, due. All such are kindly solicited to re mit to us the amount of the same. I. M. FKOsT, Ildltor and r.lanaer. W. C. 5IIIXN. A -ft. Editor and Man, T11UP SDAY. OCT. 35, ISO! . REPUBLICAN TICKET. i oi Judge 27th Judicial Distiict, A. J. ABBOTT, Of Finney County. County Ticket ror Sheriff. C. M. BEESON. For Treasurer. B. S. WILLIAMS. For Kecistcr of Deed;, .1. A. ARMENT. For County Clerk, R. F. SCOFFERN. For County Surveyo...

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