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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 15 October 1891

fW-3irJl- M vs.. .SS-- '.-rf 5y ' fp-ff --. , -arwQfvir jw. - - t.1, i "W '& -&" . S5? f J fi' -tu .s HN . .'SaVu. ..' i- -.-.. !1U iff b V & l I1 ft III If 4 The Globe-Republican. NOTICE TO CORKE3FOXDKST3. Corr poadaati will please bear In mind that all aaoBysaoas communlcatloaa seat to this office for pabllcatlon, are carefully tiled away la the stove, unless the aame of the wrtter and his address accompanies theaauie Kot tor the parpeae of. pmbllcaCloB, bat aaa gaaraatwa of their good faith and a knowl edge on our part where and from whom the communication comes. Wese write plaia, be particular about named, and write on but one aide of the paper. Coal. J. B. LANTZ. CANON VICTOR TRINIDAD PLEASANTON a o Q Leave your orders at "W. C. Sbiuu's W feed .store where the coal will be weighed. E. A. HICKERSON, Manager. LOCAL BREVITIES. The Indian show is still drawing large, crowds. Don't fail to see Turner's English Girls atthe opera house to-night. Dr. C. A. Milton is around ...

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. — 15 October 1891

ikil4Vtt VW-v- --wt y f rAa'J .. r vvyy w ' " -r ES ' .-H v, l, i $ rcrsg "7 if. j)C tflobccpublunn. Published By the Globe-Eepaklicna Psbluhinr Co. DODGE CITY, - -.- - KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT.' More than fifty per cent of the claims of Union Pacific creditors have been exchanged for the three-vear notes, a portion by people who originally re fused to sign the agreement. Elders of the Mormon church are indignant at the statements of the Mormon commission that Mormons were still recalcitrant on polygamy and only made a pretense of obeying the law. Director-Geijebai, Davis and Mrs. Potter Palmer, president of the woman's department, both officers of the Chicago world's fair, are going to Mexico soon in the interest of the ex position. The Actors' fnnd of America has made public its tenth annual report. It shows receipts of 884,477.90. of which 33,737.50 was realized by the sale of United States bonds, and S31.8S4.23 from various general resources. The disbursements aggregated S2S.879....

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. — 15 October 1891

.'2F- it ,;.'- J ffai3"fJl '& S ?7 W ' J SSCfcSsSPi lit- V i 3, IS ! h i KM I' I U li' W I 5SA i-L i. p-5fc-- A SUGGESTION. 'Gen- A. V. Kautz Points Oat an Army Change. EILISTMLNT TO BE MODIFIED. at The Soldiers to Serve One Term aad Tfcem to Actas Iastrwetors la Military " 33. Science Co the Maes of the !? . Jjk " - Washixotox, Oct. 13. Brig.-Gen. A. T. Kautz, commanding the department of the Columbia, in .his annual report to the war department, speaks of the repeated troubles between Indians and -white settlers in the Kootenai river country. The Indians in that section are unprovided with an agent and seem to have no one to look to for aid or counsel. In the near future a great in crease in the number of settlers will succeed the building of the Great Northern railroad, and trouble will follow unless some provision is made in anticipation. In closing his report the general says: "I shall in a few months close my duties on the active list, and this is the excuse I have for off...

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. — 15 October 1891

PCr? v F - - - .. .3 v -- -j - s. y - ,v i V 5- t S v-5 N.' CeHBcIl Proceedinsrs. r .'jttwa 3T-" '!!K ?W -vitTrjiiA&swjvtn iasjift ftxjtf',. -.----" mUf 1t I t"r-'iJt T-IW i-. DoigeCitv, Knns.. OclS, 1S91. The city council met pursuant to ad journment, at S o'clock p. in. Present, W. J. Fitzgerald, President of the Coun cil.; J. M. Bell. J. J. Suramersby, W. C. Skinn and J. X. Pope. Absent. Cbas. nteemari. S. Stubbs and Ira Jaekson. Th minutes of the last regular, special elst nad adjourned meetings were read and l"iggirs. or sent by niaii orf receipt of price, 5GV. and .$1.08 per box. Mr. Shinn moved that tbe-city clerk be iastructed to procure a certified copy of 4o the sentence of the court io Hie case of J -Sate of Kansas vs. A. Glook, Mayor, zoQ Plies! Piles! ,feiles! ' T Dr. Williams' Tiidlau Pile Ointment will cure Blind. Bleeding, and Itching ' Piles wliebail other Ointments have Tail ed. It absorbs the tumors, allays the itching at once, act as a poultice, gives instant...

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. — 22 October 1891

r- S-Si-5"Jrf- 'tviav vu0jt yst DODGE CITY. KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1891. The FOBD CO. gUJBB, KstabUshed g consolidated, 1880. The FOKD CO. REPUBLICAN, " 1886. FIFTEENTH YEAR. VOL XIV, NO. 52. ri z . , ., euur-nw &-t am am .4 MJm . . i. r At m t tt 7du i7T7nrmr m a tci JL nil VJLWJ3J-XVILr LJ PiLdVYl . II hi It) Lfi. ML' I ' fl j I B-' B! M -v OUR CAPITAL Special Correspondence to the Gloue-Uk- P0BLICATS. Washington, D. C.,Oct.lStb,"0I. It is pertinent to remark that'Cougreas will convene two months hence and that a new era in investigation will begin. A new party never comes into power without putting a score or more of in vestigating brooms to sweeping out the various departments at Washington. V It is understood on excellent authority that the President will fill the vacancy at the Court of Claims before the court meets on the last Monday of this month. The docket of the court is said to be overcrowded and action on claims is necessarily delayed beyond a reasonable leng...

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. — 22 October 1891

SB. .MV & a fcljc eSlobc-ikimblitaii. Published Bj the Qlobe-Eepobliatm Pnblithing Co. DODGE CITY, - - - - KANSAS. THE WOBLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. WASHINGTON HOTES. : The condition of Private Secretary Halford does not show the improve ment hoped for by his friends and it is causing1 them some anxiety. The cabinet recently discussed In detail several reciprocity treaties that are now in the course of negotia tion between the United States and European and Sonth American coun tries. The president gave a special recep tion recently to 100 delegates of the Union Veteran Legion on their way to the convention at Reading, Pa. The eleventh census when completed will fill twenty-five quarto volumes of 1,000 pages each. Speaking of the reports of foot and mouth disease in Pennsylvania and New Jersey Secretary Rusk said: "You can make the denial of the existence of any foot and mouth disease in this country as emphatic, as you please. It has never existed in this country, e...

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. — 22 October 1891

iSLiH? i ;C if e m U u. r 1 1 ,1 Y lje lobeBeiMrtlicos Pnblisted By the Globe-Bepublican fcbHsauis Co. r-7 , DODGE CITY,. .', - - KANSAS. A STRANGER IN THE TOWN. . There's a feller come to onr house, '. An' I guess he's come to stay. 'Cause be took up board and lodgin' An' he doesn't go away; Seems to think he has a mortgage On the choicest an the best; Aint content unless he's gittin More attention than the rest. He's a mighty spunky feller. An' has most a fearful frawn, But his smile is sweet as 'lasses He's a stranger in the town. "Twas a dark an' stormy evenin'. Wun me snow upon the ground And the wind a blowin' shrilly "When this stranger came around; An' it made a big sensation 'ilong the neighbors when they heard VTe had taken in a boarder. An' a scene like this occurred: Idrs. Jones run 'crost the alley Jest to say to Mrs. Brown: "Have you heard the news, Matilda! There's a stranger in our town!" He's a fat an' funny feller But his face is sort o' red, An' his mouth's entire...

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. — 22 October 1891

niWSraKjr1 - 5'j : ' -irV1s-ii -I 'sv.C.-- -4 s p- a rc "5 '?"-' T, fw - " Vjt i . , r .,..., - R" The Globe-Republican. Published even Thursday By the GtokRqinMioaD Paklishing Co. OFFICIAL CITY ORGAN. Entered at the l'ostofllcv at Dodge City, Kansas, lor transmission through the mails as second-class matter. (In Advance.) One year $I..V) mree monuis v Six months. 75 hinjde copies j NOTICE TO SUBSCKIBKIW. Parties ho find an X after their name on the margin of the paper or -wrapper, mi know that their subscription lias expired and is due. All such are kindly solicited to te rait to us the amount of the same. D.M.FItOST, I W. C. SIIIXX. Editor and Manager. AW. Editor and Man. THURSDAY, OCT. 22,1801. REPUBLICAN' TICKET. Forjudge 27th Judicial District, A. J. ABBOTT, Of Kinney County. Ca a lj Ttcht. 0. M. BEESON. For TrwMartr. B. S. WILLIAMS. For BerfjUr of Dead. J. A. ARMENT. For Coaaty CUifc. R. FTSCOFFEirN. Fa Ctaaty 8rryar. T. L. DELLINOER. For Ceraacr. DK. 8. J. CRUMBINK. For CoBml...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 22 October 1891

f-'T i i Y: . I i i. ? i m Jx llj H The Globe-Republican. NOTICE TO COBRESFOXDE5T8. Cerr eapoadaata will please bear la salad chat all aaonyBuraa communications ent to this office for publication, are carefully died twiv la the atove. sale the same of the writer andMaaddieMacconpaalea the same, j Not for taemupeae of panucauon, urn aaa guarantee 61 their good faith and a knowl edge on our part where and from whom the communication comes. Please write plain, be particular about name, and write on but one side of the paper. Coal. J, B. LANTZ. CANON H VICTOR ( TRINIDAD O PLEASANTON )0 Leave your orders at W. C. Shinn's feed store where the coal will be weighed. E. A. HICKEBSON, Manager. Jin Curd, proprietor ef the satt-rst Fanl afaiiea if the factory aw a aewkat. eeteref Ford canary. Hatha Is lli. Mrs. Driakwater has just returned Mr?. E. A. Boyer, a former resident from Chicago with a fine line of roilli- of this dry, is hereon a visit to her sister nery goods which she is pleased to ...

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. — 22 October 1891

?Z- 5V r AGRICULTURAL-HINTS. WELL-MADE CISTERNS. They Assure a Sasaoieat Supply of Par Water for Stock. Having noticed sereral articles on the tsubject of pure water for stock, and "knowing- its importance, and also that there are many localities where it is impossible to bring1 the water from springs or depend on the small supply from wells, I would recommend a well constructed cistern or a number of cis terns connected together. Let ns look -to the roofs of available buildings at the -first source of supplying water. Take 31 roof say of 42x52 feet, including pro jections, and we have 2,184 square feet of surface. Allowing the annual rain fall to be 38K inches, a building of the dimensions given would catch, in a year, 52,411 gallons, or 1.663 barrels, -which had much better be utilized in this way than to be allowed to drip into manure piles, thus washing their goodness away. A cistern large enough to hold 1,C63 barrels would have to be -20 feet in diameter and 23 .feet deep, but ...

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. — 22 October 1891

' I i k ! 1 1 I THE CHILIAN MOB. The Onslaught on Americans Ap parently Unprovoked- BITTER FEELING STILL PREVAILING. The Better Claases Dismasted With thw Conduct of the Mob The Right of Aajlam Recognized By the Junta. Santiago, Oct 20. It is officially stated that the government has given an intimation that it will soon issue a safe conduct to those persons who have taken refuge in the American and Span ish legations. The government has recognized the right of asylum in a letter to Mr. Egan. the United States minister, and the Spanish minister ia acting in conjunction with Mr. Egan. The sailor of the United States ship Baltimore, who was killed by Chilian sailors in a street brawl a few days ago, was buried at Valparaiso. There was no hostile demonstration of any kind. An armed force of Americans from the steamer Baltimore was land ed and attended the funeral unmo lested. Another of the Baltimore's sailors who was seriously wounded in the same fight will probably die. Capt. Schley,...

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. — 22 October 1891

,jw i y i W - X ASf ! - ir -V I - ,3'Vl v RAINS BYCONTRACT FRANK MELBOURNE SIGNS A NOVEL AGREEMENT. For Twenty Thousand Dollars He Con tracts to Produee Rain Over Two Million Cultivated Acres in Western Kansas. Goodland, Kansas, Oct. 13. Frank Melboarne has signed a contract, agree ing to produce crop rains next season in forty Western'Kansas counties for $20, 000. From the Kansas agricultural re ports the number of acres of land in the forty counties under cultivation in 1889 were aggregated and the Australian agreed to water the 2,000,000 acres at 10 cents per acre. It is a one-sided affair at present.bind ing melbourne alone. It is thought here that a separate contract will have to be signed with each of the forty counties through the 'board of county commis sioners. 'Under the irrigation act enact ed last winter the commissioners are au thorized to vote bonds for irrigation pur poses and this is one of the possible solu tions. Another is to raise the amount through notes given b...

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. — 29 October 1891

Fvisr- 1 1 ' 7- - -y'u 'j -' Bl - A jewMuveoa &se3r'.. r Y The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. 1 The FORD CO. REPUBL1CAX. " 1886. j DODGE CITY, KANSAS, TWRSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1891. Consolidated, 188ft, SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL XV, NO. I. f. -t-A, - a TwriiiicKr AifcptaEBSrseitacr-vjsvt' 3-x.- &s. -J--- . ""w-1- The Gijqbe-Republigan. fy l n-i Hr OUR CAPITAL. ripecial Correspondence to the Gloue-Rk- HCBtrCAS. Wasiiinrtov. D. C Oct. 24, 1891. Governor C.implr'll, of Ohio, feels :i if he had fooled with n threshing: ma chine. He engaged in a political con troversy with William MeKinley at Ada, and confmed his speech to forming the most IugubrioiK pictures of impending calamity to the American people. Major McKiuley painted beautiful picture? of America's prosperity, and the beauty of it was that right in front of him sat live thousand prosperous and contented Ohio voters who proved his assertions and gave the He to Calamity Campbell's tate- . incuts. Senator W. C Han-brough. of Nort...

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. — 29 October 1891

.& THE TARIFF CASE. Vita Attorney-Geaeral Pleads Before the , United States Seareaae Coart i Washington, Oct 36. The brief for the United States in the esses of Boyd, Sutton & Co., H. Herman 8teraeech A Co. and Marshall Field & Co., appel lants, vs. the United States, has been -prepared by the attorney-general. These are the cases in which the con stitutionality of the McKinley tariff met are involved and are among the -cases set for hearing by the -supreme court on the second Monday -of November. The appellants con tend that the act is unconstitutional because of the omission of the tobacco rebate clause in the bill, as it was igned by the president after having been agreed to in conference, and be--cause it contains the bounty and re ciprocity provisions. Concerning the first contention the attorney-general traces the course of a law through its enrollment and signa ture by the presidents of both houses, its approval by the president and its de posit by the secretaryof...

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. — 29 October 1891

---, 1 ij I ' EXPLOSION. Half a Million Dollars Damast Done at Louisville. A NEST OF SEYES BIG BOILERS. ( One of Them Bants Under th PresemTe mnd the Wrecked Premise Take Fire Coarier-Jonmal Printers Decamp, Bat the Building Is Saved. Loutsviixe, Ky.t Oct. 27. By a boiler -explosion here yesterday afternoon one man was killed, several persons injured and nearly 5500,000 worth of property destroyed. At 5 o'clock William R. Adams, a fireman at the electric light plant of the Louisville Gas Co., was throwing coal in the furnace when one of the nest of seven boilers let go. The shock in the vicinity was like an earthquake. Adams was thrown to the ground with terrific force and received such inter nal injuries that he will die. The shed in which the boilers were located was completely demolished and pieces of iron and of timbers and showers of red hot coals were thrown in every direc tion. A great mass of iron and a deluge of burning coals was thrown across the alley into the rear of Eau...

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. — 29 October 1891

tV ; 'xvKVr 3 jro if & m f The Globe-Republican, . Published Tery Thursday y Ik Glol)e-Rffflt)licaii Misting Co.' OFFICIAL CITY OBGAX. Fntrnfl nt the Postolflce at Dodge City. Kansas, for traasmifision through tlie mails J as 3econu-cins8 matter. Sate3 e- S-a-Tsseriptioas.: (In Advance.) One year $1J0 Three months.. .50 Six month. 75 Mingle copies 5 A LAST IIEVICW. This paper, knowing the real worth of the candidates whom it wishes to see fill the various county offices the ensuing year, lias not devoted its en tire space to eulogizing them, nor has it stooped low enongh to manufacture lies about their opponents. In fact we have said no h:irsh word and ut tered no insinuations against the per sonal character of opposing candi dates. Our reasons for this course are apparent to :i majority of the vo sooled friend and neighbor, and on Uwo;Pople'a Party commissioners de- who baa never asked for public 1). 31. FROST, Editor and Manager. W. C. SIIIXN. Aft. KditorandMan. THURSDAY, OCT....

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. — 29 October 1891

rv I 1 I I iJ I The Globe-Republican. NOTICE TO CORRESPOXDKXTS. CorrespoBdenta will please bear In mind that all anoaymtras communications sent to this office for publication, are carefully filed away la the stove, unltwu the name of the writer and his address accompanies the same. Not for the .purpose of pabUcatlon, but as a guarantee of their good faith and a knowl edge on nur part where and from whom the communication comes. Please write plain, be particular about names, and write on but one side of the paper. Coal. J. B. LANTZ. CANON )-J VICTOR TRINIDAD . lO PLEASANTCN JO Leave your orders at AY. C. Shinn 's feed store where the coal will be weighed. E. A. HICKERSOX, Manager. Local Brevities. Elect. L. R. Miller county treasurer and let us count the monev. Sandwiches and bot coffee at Eastern Star supper, Tuesday evening. Wanted A girl to do general house work at good wages. Apply to r. II. Sugiirue, Dodge City. The frieuds of Mrs. G. C. Pratt will be glad to learn that recent l...

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. — 29 October 1891

vvvsrv?'jV -jVWj v Siljc 5lobrBepuMtim .. ... ., . Pnblisktd By the (Hobc-3epabbcaK Publishing Go. DODGE CITY, - - - .KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LABGE. Sommary of the Dally News. WASHENOTOM Mm. Habsisoh has written a letter " encouraging1 the Chicago chapter of the Daughters of the Bevoratlon in their efforts to make a suitable exhibit of revolutionary relics at the world's fair. A stateliest prepared at the treas ury department shows that the net gold balance in the treasury (eoin and bull ion) was 9128,648, 801, a loss of 93,876,421 since October L It is, however, 810, 979,079 more thaa the balance June SO, when it reached its lowest point since January, 1888. Mb. Whitehouse, charge d'affaires of the American legation at Home, cabled the state department that the Italian government had removed the restriction against swine products ac companied by certificate of inspection. The decree against the importation o2 live swine is still in force. Maj.-Gek. ScHonELD's annual report recommends ...

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. — 29 October 1891

'?-? V Stye lobc-Ktpubtican. PBblisled By the Globe-Bepublicau Pablisiiiij Co. DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. THE OLD MAN'S WATCH. A-since I left the Tillage where I lived as hoy and man. And settled in the city here, where things are spick and span, I've noticed something queer about the work ings of my watch Ct seems to be forever running backward, notca by notch. Tre took it to the goldsmith and inquired the reason why, But he says he thinks the trouble it's mostly In my eye. Tve bought some new spectacles (they're brighter than the old), But still my watch runs backward, and the past alone is told. "When I take it from the pillow, just before the break of day, 3t reminds me of the morning that our Jamie went away "Went awa-a-ay to the metropolis and all the hopes and fears -Come surging to my heart again, and melt theirselves in tears. And when the dawn comes struggling through the shadows of the street I near a muffled ticking like the pit-a-pat of feet, AndSairey's little toddler, wi...

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. — 29 October 1891

4"?ViZ " "f-"'- S' " 3S Ford County School. The following is taken from the Aniiu.il Report of the Superintendent of Schools of Ford County for the school year IS.jO 1891: SCHOOL CENSUS OF JUNE 30, 1891. So. of malesbetwen5iuid21 W No. of females between 5 and 21 Total J.72K No. of males enrolled last year. T7 No. of females enrolled last year 746 Total l& Average daily attendance, males 47 Average daily attendance, females 441 Total irM So. of districts organized " No. of Clerks icportlng jjS No. of teachers lequired '" Total salary P'dd male teachers $a,88I in) Average salarv paid male teachers.. 44 50 Total salarv paid female teachers... 9,fi6 00 Average salary paid female teachers. 33 oo Average length or term in weeks 3.i.5 Value of school property 7-2,57'J 00 Xo. of school buildings 71 Xo. or school rooms "3 Bonded Indebtedness $4i,360 00 Xo. of persons examined 'M Xo. of applicants rejected fc Xo. of certificates granted: First grade ( Second " 12 .. Third " 17 ' Temporar...

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