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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 19 November 1891

r-r f . --'' :r- s f The Globe-Republican, XOTICE TO CORKESPOXDEXTS. Correspondents -will pleate bear In miiul that nil anonymous communications sent to this oJHct-for publicition, rc rsivclnlly Med uwuy in the etoi c, unless the name o the writer nd hi address accompanies the same. Not for the purpose of publication, but as it guarantee of their trood faith and a knowl edge on our pact where and from -whom the communication comes. Please write plain, be particular about names, and write on but one side of the paper. CANON VICTOR TRINIDAD O PLEASANTON O Leave your orders at W. C. Shinn's feed store where the coal will be weighed. E. A. BICKERSON, Manager. Local Brevities. Col. Hardesty pays the respectable sum of 915 in taxes in Beaver county, Oklahoma. The bulk of the wheat crop in Ford county will be held by the farmers for the spring market. ' Michael Schleurtz has bought the sub-contract of the Dodge City and Ra vanna mail route. " ,1 The Thauksgiving turkey to "be en joyed prop...

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 November 1891

Jj - ti. i , l? TV Ts" -iBSSSSSBSSSBBBSSBBJjm1 hc dl0k-lpttWwiw FUBU9BEB ST THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, Kjuisbs. Kevek look a gift revolver in the muzzle. Sam'i. of Posen would give his last helef-a-tollar to be out of the scrape he is in. An ancient lyre dated 2,000 years B. C. has just come to light. It took a modern liar to find it, however. They have had a serious whirlwind in INicaraugua. Revolution is the or der of the day down there, and even the wind revolves. A seat in the Boston Stock Ex change was sold for 822, 000 last week. In some districts a seat in Congress can be had for less. Tbifles should never be allowed to discourage the ambitions. When a kangaroo is on its last legs it may still be able to do some good jumping. So Old Man Ansox thinks of act ing on the stage. It is expected that Boston and 2sew York will crowd all the front seats when he makes his debut. The venerable B. P. Hutchinson must be called "Old Hutch' no longer. He has written an article for...

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 November 1891

55TK 3 5 ' "tJf- p sP v-A wpEa5S?Pi5vraCiBir?ls?5TCT35a? yf-iy-iV W-' ' t "A'VVT "ty '- '----- J 5w " ci ' F . ' fc 4 "? T CRUEL AS5 THE JBAVE ; The Secret of DunraYen Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret' Etc., Etc CHAPTER I. SLE AT-KA- VKBCKEK. All day Ions the blast Had scourged the northern seas into a maelstrom of boil ing surf: the heavens were eclipsed by leaden clouds which trailed their ragged skirts along the surface of the waters; lightnings streamed from the rent skies like fire through an open door; thunders rolled it was a wild day, that! Set in the midst of this elemental frenzy, a rock-bound islet stood, black and steadfast; its basaltic cliffs were crowned by an ancient square embat tled tower. A nag streamed from its turrets, the broad rose-window of its chapel glimmered amid the wild wrack of the storm. The breakers roared around the foot of the isle leaped upon its rocky walls, flinging their snowy foam up even to the castle parapet, and fell ba...

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 November 1891

"Tfa.-'SV- t& EL 5? Vr It Didn't Work. It would Bcem that the newspapers have been mistaken, after all. Loqua cious barbers are the thing for tho average customer, and the being "talked to death" joke is a baseless myth. We are told that the proprietor of. a St. Louis shop, impelled by the great outcry t against loquacious bar bers, recently hired a deaf and dumb assistant. But the scheme didn't work. "Though the man was an excellent workman," says the barber, "in less than a week he found his razor almost as inactive as his tongue. Fie had evi dently been through the same experi ence in other cities, for he very philo sophically offered to work for less than scale wages, and did so. I kept him about three moaths and then dropped him, for no fault except that he could not work up a regular patrons' trade. When all other chairs were occupied some one would go to him, and he picked up a considerable outsiders' busi ness. But the way every-day customers left the chair for others co...

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. — 26 November 1891

;S"w A.vt'- '-'sS - y. Vt i 1 -'"'2 ' s-'y K 4A . jez ym& ts 39K Vssnviar -J ere " qHrnWM--" 4rf- -s - "3fi&HFaf -js. ft,r- - iHBsy- ,- W The Globe-Republican "T The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. ( consolidated lfisg The FOttD CO. HEFIFBLICA'. " 1836. 1 onsoliuatea, 1883. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEKBEH 26, !89l. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 5. -v-".'-'' V "I ii THE HELLO XUST GO. Some ten or twelve years ago, Dr. W. Hut sou Ford, of No. 3501 Lindell avenue, began work on, and baa since completed an automatic telephone exchange system to which the Chicago scheme bears a sus picious resemblance. The doctor at that time had no practical insight into the workings of a telephone exchange, and was supposed to have abandoned bis invention. Afterward Mr. A. M. Leslie, of No. 3131, Franklin avenue, recently a dealer in surgical instruments, became interested in the invention and lent sub stantial aid to the scheme. Mr. Leslie states that the Ford System has long since pas...

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. — 26 November 1891

r-jsrfas srfscit C&riiggr3' i-r Cv-c - tejf v.w ', p -?$KF&xZT8?St -j ' & T s -.? 1 -C T" tsarTJ'- A? 8U rir W Kffc W CRUEL THEJME; The Secret of DunraYen Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc., Etc CHAPTER III(Contlnuel.) As this, the hero of the hour, appear ed before friends, a soft rustling stirred the throng. Fair faces lit up with pleased surprise, and Mrs. Crecy's soft eye settled upon him with eloquent satisfaction. Lord Inchapo shaded his joyless coun tenance with one hand. He too might have had a son! The play went on, to the tripping pro gression of the music which ushered in the fluttering fairies. They seemed to pour out of the shin ing palace upon the moon-bathed lawn, and with rhythmic motions ana wreatn Ing arms to weave themselves Into a iabvrinthine dance, in and out, and round and about again, with tho captive as a center and inspiring theme. The captive pleaded most eloquently, in dumb show for freedom, but they only whirled aro...

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. — 26 November 1891

i' -r-r SKL -i" - S"Ciii-A " :VX . "-V1 S-Kri?? 5 ' J't ,"7 " tV t?. j f, -W X5- . S?I ft y m V: i J II DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON. A DISCOURSE ON HIS VISIT TO PATMOS. Ha Tells How He Ieft Ejrypt mad Voyaglas; Fast Rhodes Beached the Grecian Archi pelago sad Tisltd the Island or St. John's Revelation. Good-Bye to Egypt. Tho doctor took two texts: Acts xxi, 3. "When we had discovered Cyprus we left it on the left hand;" and Revela tion i, 9, "I, John, was in the isle that is called Patmos." Good-bye, Egypt! This sermon finds us on the steamer Minerva in the Grecian archipelago, the islands of the New Testament, and islands Paulinian and Johannian in their reminiscence. What Bradshaw's directory is to travelers in Europe, and what the railroad guide is to travelers in America, the Book of the Acts in the Bible is to voyagers in the Grecian, or as 1 shall call it, the Gospel archipelago. The Bible geog raphy of that region is accurate with out a shadow of mistake. We are sail ing this mornin...

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. — 26 November 1891

i..-1 .iW-wVAr K - r ,v - : The Globe-Republican. Published even Thursday By the CloMepobiieao Pulilisliing Co. OFFICIAL CITY OBGAN. Entered at the Postottice at Dodge City. Kansas, lor transmission through the mails as second-class matter. (In Advance.) One ear $1.30 Three months ...50 Six months 75 Single copies & NOTICE TO SUBSCKIBEItS. Parties ho Und an X after their name on the margin of the paper or wrapper, may know that their subscription has expired ana is due. All uch are kindly solicited to le mit to us the amount of the same. . I. H. FKOST, Editor and Manager. W. C. S II INN. Asst. Editor and Man. THUKSDAY, NOV. 20 , 1S91. The Republican National Conven tion was called last Tuesday to meet at Minneapolis, Tuesday, June 7tb, 1892, at 12 o'clock. Those who now believe in Republican principles and indorseRepublicau policies are invited to participate, regardless of piiht po litical affiliations. The howl against McKinleyisni is growing very feeble. Only the loud rejoici...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 26 November 1891

-- '-r?5'i5',A, V""-5- rr , j -sVV .tV.3i.'i5: V ,"L. s- -.. ,-- ? v. vv v 1 The Globe-Republican, NOTICE TO COKBE3POXDENTS. Correspondent-! will please bear In mind that all anonynion- communications sent to this ofllce for publication, are carefully filed away in the stove, mi least the name of the writer and his uddreds 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. I'ltrtse write plain, be particular about name, and write on but one side ol the paper. Coal ft J. B. LANTZ. CANON VICTOR TRINIDAD PLEASANTON H O O Leave your orders at "W. C. Sh inn's feed store where the coal will be weighed. E. A. BICKERSON, Manager. LOCAL BREVITIES. Newton has a new daily, The Kan san, by Charles H. Kurtz. J. M. Burson, of the Ford flouring mills, was in the city Tuesday. Business at police headquarters was brisk last week. The members of the Phenix Club entertained their lad...

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. — 26 November 1891

'ja.iv Wi.?s"KTfcir.- "l.-- " ""ii ?.?& v - - - -. jb,(l i ii : . :i s rrevri",'' - - - vsrv.--i PUBLISHED BT g THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, - - Kansas Toe best of us being unfit to die, what an inexpressible absurdity it is to put the worst of us to death. Jay Gould is not, strictly speak ing, a popular man, but if it staoulc please Heaven to call him hence his funeral would be largely attended. The consummation of madness is to do what, at the time of doing it, "we intend to be afterward sorry for; :the deliberate and intentional making of work for repentance. ling. The inventor has an important gun in use, and is regarded as a prac tical man. The more horrible the enginery of destruction, the' less oc casion there will be for it. The action of a German guara m compelling Chicago tourists to fetch a bucket of water and some soap and scrub his name off the base of a fa mous monument where the wretched man had written it made "the pun ishment fit the crime" in a capital ...

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. — 26 November 1891

VaFTKniuv i'iW-.T.r-f-?-?. '-r -v ,rr..-w-'- .,-tS'. r' A-s-ajuc ?" - W?i)w-' tte;fff' z iV - y 7 ni R-- -9 n m PROTECTION. It Secures a Safe Market. Steady Work and Low Prices For Goods. From the Cleveland Leader. Cheapness of production must depend almost entirely upon the continuous and regular employment of the means of production. The manager of a Mass achusetts cotton factory has said that frith a 50,000 spindle mill, running con tinuously, he would produce 17,500,000 yards of print cleth per year at 3 21-100 cents per yard. Banning nine months iq the year, he would produce 13,124, 475 jards, at a cost of 3 73-100 cents per yard. In other words, it costs one half cent more per yard to run three quarters time than to run fnll time. Protection secured the steady patron age of 65,000,000 people and thus ena bled the works to run continuously, thereby causing a saving in price of one-half cent per yard and a cheapening of the product to customers. So with the large establishments'...

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. — 26 November 1891

. V, f-4MriVAr l t & ; -cv1l j - -- -2tj y 4rf . A TROI4LESOME TAME OSTRICH. A Pat That Generally Makes Itself a Terrible Nttfaaace to Ererybody. When, as sometimes happens, a soli tary ostrich chick is reared at the houie it becomes inconveniently tame. We had one called Jackie, and it was often a terrible nuisance. All the little darkies about the place had a lively dread of him. As they sat on the aground at meals -with plates of boiled pumpkin .and rice in their laps Jackie would come Tip and, utretchiiig his enakelike neck -over their heads or under (their arms, -would coolly help himself .to the con stents of one plate after another. Occa--sionally he would make for the unhappy (youngsters in so menacing a. manner us Tto frighten them into dropping their .ypl&tes altogether; thest, while his vic 'timsran away crying, he would squat -on his heels and regale his enormoas ap atite at leisure. . But one day retribution came. JSeing free to run into the kitchen simply be ca...

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 December 1891

t ---- 'swjfLr vr'-' - '-vF.- '4 'JZ-r ' " 14 x. - -iv i -. - r 5r 1 7-:x TV t The Globe-Republican. The FOKD CO. GLOBE. Established Iftu. I consolidated l") The FORD CO. REITJBLICAX, " JH5. j onOM-"atcu. la. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, THUrTCGAY, DECEMBER 3, (891. SIXTEENTH YEAB. VOL. XV, NO. 6. l.H " ' . -i ' " -. , M IS EASTERN CAPITAL NEEDED? There jis an almos endless variety of financial and economical fallaciesf aucf the more ignorant men are of practical principles of finance and business, the more dogmatic are they in proclaiming their false theories. Examples are frequent and have been for a year or so. Recently a third party leader declared "that we want no more eastern capital in Kansas," that "we don't want to borrow money from the millionaires of New York and Boston." And this person pre tends to represent the workingmen. It is not easy to understand how a man of ordinary intelligence can ac cept and advocate a theory of this kind. The absurdity of trying to build up a new cou...

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 December 1891

f-V- 'i'iC 'v-J-i- ?V.nt-. - I 4fi CRUEL ASE THEME; The Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc.. Etc CHAPTER IV (Continued.) Miles Dcllamcre hulked at her side rubbing his bands and chuckling to see his defeated rival a wretched little grizzled ape with the vanity and assum xion of a clown. Accrincton bowed low and mockingly; -then seized the unhappy lady's hand Rising it by the wedding-ring which he had between his finger and thumb not even grasping her skin in his over--whelming scorn, and affecting to bo ad miring the lovely hand with a rough soldier's gallantry, he said in a tone per fectly audible to those who stood about: "Madam, you promised this to me; hall I use my sword to secure my prop erty? But faith! I believe you know best 'twas not worth the giving. And with that he left her. She never saw him again until sho had been ten years a widow, when he came to Inchcapc Fosse the summer Lord Inchcape's second wife was there. Laura Dell...

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 December 1891

LSPfCr' U tPt j"" 3.''- - Vs ' -A V n ,1 1 ! r ; -. "L a Ijt'VV fv - - x ' TSti'j' 2-'urS.'-. K5-S DK TALMAGE'S SERMON. HE DRAWS A LESSON FROM THE TEMPLE OF DIANA. Oa tbe Way from Smyrna te Ephesas Baadlts, Kobbers and f'lljrrims Present Appearance of the Place Where .ratal fought With Beasts. The Temple of Diana. Talmage's text was Acts xix, 34. "Great is Diana of the Ephesians." We have landed at Smyrna, a city, of Asiatic Turkey. One of the seven churches of Asia once stood here. You read in Revelation, '"To the church in Smyrna write.'- It is a city that has often been shaken by earthquake, swept by conflagration, blasted by plagues, and butchered by war, and here Bishop Polycarp stood in a crowded amphithea ter, and when he was asked to give up the advocacy of the Christian religion and save himself from martyrdom, the proconsul saying, "Swear and I release thee; reproach Christ," replied. "Eighty and six years have I served Him, and He never did me wrong; bow then can I re vil...

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 December 1891

&&k?z - ,1- -"s -y v (-& v ;.-- y-f c - The Globe-Republican. . -Published every Thursday (lie Globc-RcpuLlican Poblishing Co. BY ttC GlOUC-RCraibllCan PoMlSlllllff 10. J l c OFFICIAL, CITV 011GAX. Entered at the l'ostoffice at uodjje City, SfcSiSrfe?athOTh,bema,ta! r (In Advance.) ftnpvear S1.50 Three months ...50 Six months. 75 Single copies 5 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. I'artics who find an X after their name on the marein of the paper or wrapper, ma tafow that their subscription has expired and Uriue Alltuchare kindly solicited to re mit to u the amount of the same. D. M. FROST, Editor and Manaeer. C. SIIIXN. Asst. Editor and Man. THUBSDAY, DEC. 3, 1801. FALSE LIGHT FOR THE FAITH FUL. In order to build up a new political organization the People's party lead ers deem it necessary to encourage the belief that farmers are swindled, deceived and plundered by every one with whom they come in contact. The money lenders, the railroads, retail merchants and grain and stock buyers...

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. — 3 December 1891

T&' T S "t V- J. i i i ft? t.'i v The Globe-Republican. -AT- Local Brevities. Mrs. Fred Gaiduur is quite sick. E. II. MadNon will jjas light next week. do Chicago by The latest novelties for Christinas present at Cmmbine & Stewart's. BORK. To Mr. and Mrs. Leather man, in this city, November 27th. a son. Miss Mary Wright, uho is teaching in district 30, gave thanks with relatives in this city. Frank Hobble ha? resigned his po sition with the Santa Fe, and will devote the winter months to practical pedagog ics. There will be a grand ball at New ton on the 17th. Free transpoitation will be provided, and in order to con vince yon that it will be a grand affair it is only necessary to state that it is given by the B. of R. T. Superintendent Swinehart is visit ing the country schools this week. Mr. Sv inebart is one of the most ellicient superintendents in southwestern Kan sas. He is taking deep interest in the educational affairs of the county. -Judge Abbott and daughter, Garden ...

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. — 3 December 1891

-- J i-,- --i- -v - V v -. 5 V -,- r&?te&-&g ftc $toto-trjmfcHf ar PUBLISHED BI THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, - - Kansas The curtain lias the drop on the Play. Niagara Falls, but the hotel prices there never do. INot to he outdone by Napoleon Bonaparte, the American hog has" crossed the Alps. A xew hotel is building at Mack inaw for the use of hay-fever sufferers alone. Its financial prospects are not to be sneezed at. The annual coffee crop of the world Js 11,000,000,000 pounds, of which 10,999.567,894 pounds or thereabouts is spoiled in the .making. Why doesn't Rainmaker Melbourne trade .a pair of old boots for a few thousand acres of desert and make himself a. millionaire in one season? Prince IlENTcr.of Orleans has be come a journalist, but if he can be persuaded to throw up his job as a prince he may become a newspaper man. Buffalo Bill is soon to bring his "Wild West" show back to this coun try for new features. lie might ob tain some of his wildest Western ...

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. — 3 December 1891

SVXlSiJiiK??" "-X- t- Zi i,- f. 1 f4wr 3 KM A K l& m l& . li I ; STATE NEWS. I of the existence of such a law has cre I ated a dbw indnatry, that of spying, and the strip is full of men gathering evi- KIDNAPPED. Kiowa Journal: Our city is full of dencej wujcu they are sending in to the strangers coming and going every day. gOV6rnment, and" out of which they ex- Evervone appears to feel an assurance fc tQ reap forUinea that the strip is bound to open in the . . spring. I excnange Btore 0f this place is in the Washington, D. C The comptroller bands of a roCeiver. Some time since has issued a certificate extending tne tfae manager 0f the store, William corporate existence or the People's Na- jjolirj) jeft for part8 unknown and has tional bant, of Ottawa, Kan., to No- nQt beeQ -neard of since. The liabilities vember, 1911. are about 82,000, with assets supposed CyruH L Schofield. the man Senator to be sufficient to cover liabiities, Dy Ingalls once made United States dis- the st...

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. — 3 December 1891

-Err-? - " -.-,-:. -"i ' ! A- .', , 1 Pen and Scissors. Corn was $1.10 in Xew York Monday. Mr. Hudson, south of Montezuma, lost 1,G00 bushels of 75 cent rye by a Gray county prairie fire on the 21st ult. It is just as well that the Republican party in Kansas keep on campaigning. They may have the hog cholera to fight next yeac. Eagle. Many Gray county farmers will plant spring wheat. This crop does well in this part of the state, and the spring wheat acreage is increasing every year. New West. "Without a doubt Southwest Kansas is the greatest wheat country on the globe," is the truthful way in which the visiting editor of the Lincolu (111.) Her ald sings our praises. Jerry Simpson says the Democratic party in Kansas is made up of poor white trash from the south. This is giving it pretty hard to half the fellows that help ed him out of bis sockless poverty. The Atchison Patriot, (dem..) is urg ing the democrats and people's party to fuse in 1892, each taking five presiden tial electo...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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