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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 7 January 1892

The GlobeRepubuB 5 " FORD CO. GLOBE. Established 187T. FORD CO. REPUBLICAN. " 1886. Consolidated, IBM. )..,..., ,. nnnt omf viwae 4inUiV liyilARV TTU I QUO mvtppiiH ww.uuwu.im uuuuL uiiT( nnnono, nuwiwf "-" ! wm. qia i un i ifh , - , M The Com ctrs Story. By Mayrice E. McLaughlin. L'ir a man has been raUroadin' twenty . long years, I 'is gits kinder hardened and tough, d scenes of affliction don't trouble him much. :aiifU his natuie is coar&e-like and tough. raj-o'iic that took place on my train one cold night Would a melted the heai t ot a 'tone. An' amontr the ndveutuie ivliicli I have been througli, Th itnigl.t j"atat:ti)doiitalI alone. Twas a bitt r cold night, and the train v.as jam full. Every berth In the sleeper was taken: The people had just turned in for the night, And the train forXev York vaa makin', When just as the people to snore had begunt And I, with a satisfied sigh. Had sat dow in a chair for a rest, I heard The sound of a young baby's cry. t was one of those ...

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. — 7 January 1892

m by reading Bulwer's STATE NEWS. ment In the Emporia college. For thai STATE AFFAIRS Yorkers arc Purmaids to these Remember the En- 'type-setting machines be by proof-reading machines? Ty not, for there is no satis- ?ion in swearing at a machine. Mexico has bull lights in the name )f charity. The spectators have faith ind hope that the bull will make things complete by killing one of the .toreadors. Claka Louise Kellogg bought a log the other day ror ou cents ana realized $350 from the animal's car- It had swallowed her diamond rmg. Dr. Hammond propounds the the ory that man has two brains. There is an entire lack of evidence to sup port the belief that half his estimate is correct. " WnEN you came into this world, some work that you can do better than anything else came with you. The failures arc made by men who never discovered what their work is. Unless a certain professor has a bee in his bonnet, a coleopterous in sect makes its habitat in cigarettes. 'It may be remarked, sub-r...

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. — 7 January 1892

r-c-a PIpprsrjg -f,- - f W3P t TL"'lr'i,?t w1 ? i I In'l'A PCS h Mf '& m, SUGAB. Kansas the Only State Making Sugar From Sorghum. ;The Output of the Three Kansas Factories Beet Sugar Industry Growing Mere Sugar Is Now Made From Beets Than From Cane. Washington D. C, January 1. The com missioner of internal revenue has issued a ;special report on the sugar industry. It in cludes some interesting information about ;the sorghum sugar production of Kansas. In March last congrea3 passed a law providing .for the payment of a bounty of 2 cents per Ipound on all sugar produced in the United States from beets, sorghum, sugar cane or maple sap, the sugar to test 90 degrees. The commissioner says that Kansas is the only state which is producing sorghum sugar. 'Last year the production of the state was ,3,132,044 pounds. Only three factories in .Kansas have applied to him this year for the bounty. They are the Parkinson Sugar company of Fort Scott, the Medicine Lodge Sugar Works and Refinin...

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. — 7 January 1892

L li-. k& - . ....r' Htl" -int.!" fOit;- i). m. iko-t, i w. c. :iinx. J! litoi tu.d .Muuwr As-t. Kuitor and Mun 1 liUJSSDAY. -f AX. 7. ISM. at the home we met no one connected ) with the management of the lnstitu , tion. Our trip was simply an in formal, unannounced visit with old friends i,f long standing. The au thor of the charges is so manifestly prejudiced and unfair toward this in stitution, and reports of other inmates THE FEUD. A Deputy Sheriff Killed State tia Now on the Ground. Midi. The democrats have managed to trhow out enough members elect in the Xe-.v York legislature to give the former control of that body. Dr. Graves has been found guilty of murder in the first degree by the Denver jury. The penalty in Colora do is death by the gallows. The administration at Washington has been making ample preparations for war, and has decided to begiu warlike demonstrations at Valpariso if a favorable answer to oar demands shall not be given by Wednesday of this week. A cableg...

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. — 7 January 1892

Ft:MS.sag?-ag;fyg m&F - r -'W 1 hi f n Ski 1 ft v ff K tp I The Globe-Republican,, RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON. TOPEIvA & SANTAFE. Arrival and departure of tiahi at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GOING EAST. XewYovk " Xo. 4 Ar. 3:20a. in Chicago Xo. 0 Ar. ".:&" a. m Mo. llivei " No. Ar. :t:10p. in "Way FreJj;!.t No. -S'J Up. 0:45 a. in GOIXO V.-EsT. Mexico & an Diego Ex. No. ."., Dp I : .. a. m Denver A: Utah Lx Xo..", Dp. llatip. in Colorado Epiee- Xo. 7, Dp. 1 .50 p. in Way Freight Xo. -13, Dp. r:00a.m Y. Gai:inkk, Agent. CHICAGO, KOCK ISLAXD &. PACIFIC ItY. TKAIXS ARRIVE. Xo. 23, Mail and Exprc-s Xo. 69, Accommodation, TKAIXS DEPAKT. Xo. 24, Mail and Express, Xo. 70, Accommodation, 11:40 a. m 12:10 p. m 4 :05 p. in 8:50 a. ni Train 70 makes connection for Meade and liberal. , J. H. Phillips, Agent. I iODGE CITY, MOXTEZUMA TRIXIDAD RY. Trains Leave from Rock Island Depot. o.l. Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. m Accommodation Ar. :wp.m POSTOFFICE HOURS. On a...

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. — 7 January 1892

wiPPP?pPPpii P83V Hfr B-I " vv F ? CRUEL THEjivE; The Secret of DunraYen Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, . Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc., Etc CHAPTER XI (Continued.) "It is the entrance to the southern bas tion cell," murmured he. "He has found It after alL " A sudden panic seized him; he bound ed up the bank, leaning his hand upon the bowlaer as lie passed the bowlder rocked upon its pivot He did not stop until he was deep in the thicket, out of sight of the horrible" place; there he threw himself upon the ground and buried his head -in his hands, his pulses v thundering and his breath laboring. "He Is dead by this time!" he groaned; " "It must have been a shaft, ho disap peared so quickly no'cry,-no groan. Ho is gone; my enemy is gone!" He crov eled still lower on the .ground',' 'and ""pressed his hands closer over his ears." A struggle raged In his soul. - - The man who could-ruin'him, the man . who meant to win. Ulva, was "dead, or dying. Ho had only to let him -alone, ' " ami, ...

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. — 7 January 1892

& w l K F H , 0 4 & Y isT I1.. && Kf DR. TALMAGE'S SERMOK IIS BUSINESS LIFE IS A SCHOOL BUSINESS LIFE IS A FOR GOOD. The Importance and Xlloate Ramifica tions of Trade Bow the Dishonesty of One Man May Destroy Others How lousiness Men Slay lie Improved. , The Tabernacle Pulpit. Dr. Tal mage's text was Proverbs Hi, 6, "In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths." "A promise good enough for many kinds of life, but not for my kind of life," says some busy man; "the law of supply and demand controls the business world." But I have reason to say that it is a promise to all persons in any kind of honest business. There is no war between religion and business, between ledgers and Bibles, between churches and counting houses. On the contrary, religion accelerates business, sharpens men's wits, sweetens acerbity of disposition, fillips the blood of phlegmatics and throws more velocity into the wheels of hard work. It gives better balancing to the judgment, ...

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. — 7 January 1892

rr-K J? LV,. JT$ itfW J-- f : tr r fr 8B' - VA Facts About Kansas Trotting Horses. Western Resources, Lincoln, Neb., the official paper of the Kansas Trotting Horse Breetlera' Association, has the following concerning Kansas horses: "Seventy sine Kana bred trotters and pacers have made record of 2:30 or bat ter. The fastest yearling trotting filly bred outside of Kentucky and California was bred in Kansas, ChaF. Mnrvin, who drove the Palo Alto horses to their world's, records, was formerly a resideut of Kansas. Walter E, 2:18, the gnmd circuit cam paigner, was bred iu Kansas. Kansas has three first class mile tracks, and will soou have auotlier. A Kansas bred three-year-old pacer sold recently for 35000. A horse called B-mquo, bought out of an emigrant team'af JunctitoiCity, Ka.. and shipped to Boston, became a cam paigner and notted to a record of 2:21. A Kansas bred colt won the twelve heat i ace at Independence. la., the long est contest on record. Ethan Allen, the founder of the...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 14 January 1892

it t -s b The Globe-Republican. The FOI ID CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. j ronaoiiditecl 18S9 D CO. REPUBLICAN, " 1SS6. nonuaieu, lew. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 12. The FOUD i -I I) v B. 8 f- Some Goetl Farming. Mr. Geo. W. Taylor, living near Bellefont poslofRce, Ford eou-t', was in the city the other day. and chancing to meet a Globe-Ri:pl'KLICAK scrihe. gave some interesting facts concerning his ex perience on a Foid county faun for ten or twelve year?. This is an instance where a fanner stalled in a-small way and 'by patient industiy, intelligent and pru .dent management has :.cquired a hand some competence, with every reasonable probability of beeoiiing quite wealthy. We have not space to give a full account of his pi ogress. 111 method from the be ginning was both stock growing and rais ing grain. In 1S77 he landed on an up land prairie farm in this county, uith team, some farming implements aud two cowsl He did his woik as tho...

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. — 14 January 1892

fftSpB&feSj?! Eawv - IS' Ife Ss in he dKirfo-gfntHmi rCBUSBED BT THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, - - Kansas "Fob men only" the woman's page In the average Sunday paper. The Prince of "Wales is 50 years old, but his dear mamma is 72 years young. If it be true that an odorless whis ky has been invented half the spice will be taken out of man's life. Mrs. Langtry is having a new play written. Now if she would only have some good actress employed to play her role. A Pexxsyivaxia man after preach ing twenty-flve years has become principal of a grammar school. Once a parson always a parain'. The American hog is the modern conquering hero in Europe. Soon, like Alexander, he will weep because he has no other worlds to conquer. Chicago has 180 square miles of territory, more or less, but there is no room anywhere within its limits for the flag of anarchy. This i3 official. A Missouri barber was suddenly stricken dead by apoplexy Sunday while playing "Annie Rooney" on a guitar. Paper...

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. — 14 January 1892

PpspjPIHHSW xS'-SS- 5E r VI Ktf F5 W-fi ft ? ft. - K .-ill m h Pj HE "- SHERMAN WINS. Republicans In Caucus Give Him Fifty-Three Votes. This Gives Sherman Forty-Four Years In Public Service. Admira tion for Foraker's PersIstervCFIght. Faithfulness to Him of the Young Crowd." Colcmbcs, 0., January 8. The republi cans of Ohio have spoken and Sherman is to bo the next United States senator from the Buckeye state. J. B. Foraker is defeated, but oven in de feat his magnificent leadership excites but the admiration of his opponents, and he is more than ever the idol of the dauntless young republicans who have given him such i noble allegiance. For three days there has been but one re sult staring these hardy enthusiasts in tho face the ultimate election of John Sherman. But even tho inevitable was unable to damp en their enthusiasm, and they have found glory in going down to defeat wth their lead er and attesting a devotion which none but fiery Foraker could have inspired in the young 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. — 14 January 1892

fj - '4 - The Globe-Republican, Eveuybpdy knows bluff, honest, old' 1 John Kelsev. He drooped into our , ru'wiialioi every llimsday By the GloMepiican Publishiiu Oi-FlCI.il, ('11 Y OHGAN. One year.... Slxmnutlis. -; V'-ii'icj.) 'A 'xlsrc month'- Tt hnij;! copies '.5 D.LKJJOST, ! W. C. SHINS. Editor and il.iuatir. i Aat. Editor u:id Man. THURSDAY, J AX. 11, 1892. THE DODGE HOME. i a icjjicscuiauic u iuc j; uiiUJl VIB1L- office the other day and left a comnaun ed tho State Soldiers' Home- located ication with the remark: "This goes four miles east of Dodge City. This every word, and it ought to be put asylum for the indigent old vets is 'stronger." His name is at the bottom conducted by the management in a and that is worth more then a score manner that makes the institution a The convenient and I have been teeming the last few weeks. comfortable, the sanitary conditions, j If other reliable citizens would take conducive to health being insisted up the trouble io da as Air. Ivelsey ha...

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. — 14 January 1892

pt u V 1 P N?a- '- h " :r " -. . The Globe-Republican. RAILROAD TifIE CARD. ATCHISOX. TOPErvA & SASTA FE. . Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central' iine- GOIVG EJ.ST. XeifYori; " "o. 4 Ar. 3-20a.ni Chicago "o. 6 Ar. 65 a. ni Mo. Kiver " 'o. S Ar. 3-10p.m Way Frefcjl.t 'o. 46, Dp. 6:4oa.m GOING WEsT. Mexico & 'iau.Diego Ex. Xo. 3, Dp I - 3 a. m Denver & t't-lli Ex No. 5. Dp.U-nfp.m Colorado Expies No. 7, Dp. 1:50 p. nx Way Freight No. 43, Dp 5-fOa.m F. Gardxef, Agent. CHICAGO, HOCK ISLAND & PACIFIC I1V. TRAINS ARRIVE. Xo. 23, .Mail and Express, ll-40a.nl "No. 63, Accommodation 12-10p. m TRAINS DEPART. "" No. 24, Mail and Express, No. 70, Accommodation 4:05 p. m S:30a. m Train 70 makes connection for Meade and liberal. J. H. Phillips, Agent. DODGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD RT. , Trains Leave from Bock Island Depot. No. 1, Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. m No. 2, Accommodation.. .Ar. 4:00 p. m LOCAL BREVITIES. )- Golden's are coming. Airs. S. J. C...

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. — 14 January 1892

pfc I ?-" f; awKr- aHs&L CRUEL EASE THEJRAYE ; The Secret of DunraYen Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret" Etc.. Etc CHAPTER XIJ Continued. Kenmore was too delicately faithful to his young lady's dignity to betray his suspicions "of the real depth and source of her sufferings; but his rancor against Edgar was all gone in tho revul&ion of fee. frig consequent upon rocent oc currences. When he could extract no moro from his unwilling informant, Ed gar to!d him the whole story of his acci dent and what followed. Amazement and wrath burst forth from Kenmore as he learned tho fact of Sircombo having known all the time what Edgar's fato va3. "The foul fiend's in ths man!" mutter ed Kenmore, perfectly aghast. "Little I keot it was your life ho coveted when I was taguo enough to clogue wi him to row ye over to Scotland an' leave ye therel" Edgar had fallen down an unknown distance, and lay stunned for a long time. When he recovered his senses he found himself lyin...

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. — 14 January 1892

M tS IL Y-! A Ufa, f W 4 r- DK. TALLAGES SERMON. HIS EXPERIENCE AT CHRIST'S BIRTHPLACE. Immortal Masterpieces of Art Wbich Por tray the Scenes of the XattTity XIsioa of Chtldrca la the Scriptures Tbe Shep kards u Other Heroes. IZtb!ehem Cays. Eev. Dr. Talmage's text was LuKe ii, 16, "And they came with haste.and found JIary and Joseph, and the Babe lying in a manger." The black window shatters of a De cember night were thrown open, and some of the best sinjrcrsof a world where they all sing stood there, and putting back the drapery of cloud, chanted a peace anthem, until the echoes of hill and valley applauded and encored the Hallelujah chorus. Come, let ns go into that Christmas scene as though we had never before worshipped at the manger. There is a Madonna worth looking at. I wonder not that the most frequent same in all lands and in all Christian centuries is Mary. And there are Marys in palaces and Marys in cabins, and though German and French and Italian and Spanish and Englis...

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. — 14 January 1892

: fc OFFICIAL STATEMENT Of the financial condition of the Western Banking Co.,at Iluc-klin, State of Kansas, at the close of business on the 2d day of Jan uary, 1692. KKSOCRCES. Loans and discounts on personal and collateral scurity Loans on real estate Overdrafts $12,310.40 150.00 163.00 Real estate 2,210.00 Furnituieand lixtuies 350.00 Expense account 020.71 Checks and other cash items 2tJ.W Currency 2.SS2.00 Gold coin 50.00 Silver coin 170 00 Fractional curiency 4.07 Due from other banks sight ex change 3,183.72 Total ?22,7ca.3 LIA1JIL1TIES. Capital stock paid in j.OOO.OO Surplus funds on hand-j 2,300.00 Undivided profits 1,300.00 Interest C30.82 Exchange v - 10G. Individual deposits 7.121.S3 Time certificates 5,631 SS Total $l2,1ff.i.So 8tate of ICansa-, county of Fold, ss. I, S.D. Anils, Cashier of said bank, do sol emnly favcar that the above statement It true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. So help me God. s. 1). AULLS, Ca'sliler. Sublet ibed and suorn to'befoie me, ...

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. — 21 January 1892

iCg,l ' J-1- i" .U'IM-ia........U.JWIll'., . - 1 1 IH - m fWWP8r?w,--i Globe-Republican. The FORD CO. GLOIiE, Established 1877. rnT,o0if(1ntPfi irot DODGE CITY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, (892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. YOL. XV, NO. 13. The FOKD CO. REPUBLICAN, PJV ' lr r - . -. f r -., - - I 1 rlrL ' I V f? f A BOLD ESCAPADE! FINNEKY MARSH MAKES A BREAK FOR LIBERTY, i BUT IS QUICKLY RE CAPTURED! AdroitWork by the New Sheriff He Laughs Best Who Laughs Last. LasjLT.uesday night our city was elec trifiy iy tbe news that Finueky Marsh, onei? hie sharpest little prisoners who eV? -e(l a Ford county cell, had es J ud lied into the sheltering dark jfc night. ijv foquiry, it was found a most cun 'lingiue had been worked on the jailer by the prisoner and two accomplices in side. At bedtime it is the rule for pris oners to rest on their downy couches in side the iron cages, after which the Jail er makes his round to see that all is well and lock the cell doors. On the evening in question, Uuder-She...

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. — 21 January 1892

BPSS55Sg55fS3 twNN.pwfwt -jy' -e'iriQ&p!S E3 Ite lflk-kjmMir;fl PCSLISHED BT THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodo Citv, - - Kansa Nowadays the public is apt to hear less of a poet's verses than his reverses. What has become of the old-fashioned poor child who used to have all the ice cream she wanted in winter by mixing up snow and milk and molasses? Hbyeb tell any secrets in a news paper office. Remember, the man who hears you earns his bread and butter by telling secrets, and not by keeping them. Now that Capt. Anson has played ball in the Colosseum and the Ameri can hog has been admitted to Italy, the triumph of Yankee meat over classic intellect is complete. Eixa Wjieeler "Wilcox states that "Woman's lack of independence is her greatest fault." The poetess of passion was evidently not speaking for herself. If you are too fat and are anxious to become lean, try to become the fat test man in the world. Then you will become poor. Or, bet that you will increase in weight. Then you will...

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. — 21 January 1892

rZ E&&&mtrm&msm&Gfr' 14r,rvm- ja. SO k V 7 L . EXPLOSIONS PAIL To Change Meteorological Conditions and Cause Rain. Better Management of Nature's Water Supply Must be Studied In steadProper Soil Management, Horizontal Ditches and Reservoirs; Drainage and Irrigation. Washcigtox, B. C, January 13. Dr. B. E. Femow. chief of the forestry division of the agricultural department, does not believe that artificial rain making is a success. The recent experiments at rain making in the arid regions of the west were conducted un der the direction of the forestry division, and Dr. Fernew will publish a report in which he will state that in his opinion rain cannot be successfully produced by artificial methods. This report says : "In my previous report, while admitting that experiments in this direc tion would not necessarily be devoid of merit, if conducted upon a caieful, scientific plan, I look the position that our present knowledge of meteorological forces and conditions ...

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. — 21 January 1892

ijm mnr?' 'T'l'mvKiw"n'r?'ffplif:ri' yzi The Globe-Republican, Entered WORK OF A 4 ENEMY. An enemy hath done t" ." Mat. ch. xiii v.2S In the Spearevilla Blade of the 8th tlif I'nirrlie ;f TJnilirn f!itv. asl"econdcis"ntter:i tUroash t,lc nmils j iust. appears the following startling statement: "It is a great shnrae when a man can go into a certain drag store in One year.-.. Six months. .$1.50 Three luonths so ' Dodge City and ash for a bottle of W. C SHINN, Manager. THURSDAY, JAN. 21. 1892. 75 sinsie copies 5 beer or whisky, and when the clerk gets the same the name of Tumble weed or Greengrass appears on what is called death warrant." The above, if true, places this com munity in a more contemptible light than if we defied the law by running open saloons. If not true, the person who devised it has put into circula iion a slander unworthy any source other than the father of lies. Its circulation outside the county casts a grisly stain upon the fair name of our city. The failure to i...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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