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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 21 January 1892

C-4 fr" The Globe-Republican, RAILROAD TIME CARD. 5 ATCHISOX. TOPEKA & SANTA FE. I Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GOESG EAST. 3:20 a. m XewYw " 'o. 4 Ar. Chicago - No. 6 Ar. Mo. River " Xo.-S Ar. "Way Freight .So. 40 Dp. 5:05 a. m 3:10 p. in 6.45 a. m GOtXG WEST. Mexico & SaiLDiego E-o Xo. 3, Dp. 1 3 a. m Denver & Utah Ex "o. 5, Dp. 11-05 p. m Colorado Express "o. 7, Dp. 1.50 p. m "Way Freight No. 43, Dp. 5 COa.m F. Gardxer, Agent. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC KY. TRAIN'S ARRIVE. 'o.2J. Mai land Express, Xo. 6&, Accommodation TRAIN'S DEPART. Xo. 24, Mail and Expre "So"?, Accommodation, 11:10 a. m 12 10 p. in 4 05 p. in 50 a. m i . Train 70 make- connection for Meade and Liberal. J. II. Phillips, Agent. )ODGE CITY', MONTEZUMA TKIMDAD KY. Trains Leave from Rock Island Depot. jr. 1, Accommodation.. . ?. Arniuinol:ition.. Lv. Ar. 1-2 -20 p. Ill 4 00 p. in I, Accommodation.. wr t! LOCAL Brevities. dc G"o to "Warring's for your f...

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. — 21 January 1892

22&miaimiBiai ggggg" ys ? -; ,-; JUTC-Wl CRUEL TKGRAYE; The Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc., Etc CHAITEK XIII. Continued. fcovcday started and turned a pained Took upon the pair, truly it seemed like it'. Ilcr heart swelled bitterly: it was hard to find herself in Auberon's way, to tee that all thiss.vcet, loving intimacy was but a lover's ruse to bring Miss itae to terms! Sho followed Accrington's guidance without adoubt; she felt as if she could never meet Auberon again. Accrington knew overy foot of the lo cality; live j ears ago ho had spent many a- day with his sporting companions beating those glades for game He did not at onco disturb the painful reverie of his companion, but to k ad vantage of her preoccupation to lead her so many turns and twists that when at length she looked round, she felt com pletely at fault. Ac crington confidently assured her that they were on the route or home, and drew her into a conversa tion wi...

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. — 21 January 1892

WWpBPH Tk,a L-'.T-k v-- 1fta -hly5 "?- ' "' J " r ----., - J "v 4' 5 ; K. DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON. AN ELOQUENT DISCOURSE THE NEW YEAR. ON His Text Wa "This Tear Thou Shalt Die," trom JrremiahrcTill, 16 Lessons oflraportanca Dwelt Upon by the Tal ented lreachnr. About 1892. Dr. Talraaee read several passages relating to antediluvian longevity, mak ing characteristic comments as tie read, and then preached from the ominous words, Jeremiah xxiviii, 16, '"This year thou shalt die." Jeremiah, accustomed to saying bold things, addressed Hanaciah in these words. They proved true. In sixty days Hanauiah had deDarted this life. This is the first Sabbath of the year. It is & time for review and for an ticipation. A man must bo a genius at stupidity who does not think now. The old year died in eiving birth to the new, as the life of Jane Seymour, the English Queen, departed when that of her son, Edward VI, dawned. The old year was a queen. The new shall be a king. The ffrare of the one and th...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 21 January 1892

w:'yraTrrPE5SS'--tAi Z-mZ jV-.-.IVl ..?,.. -.-. "" -. ......... .-...f--.. . --- .-i ..-.y -- - . - a?v- .C's- wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsGmmmmmgmmm PgT .,,, J .. .,X.iJJlg.W-.J5P,gWH..JPJI.' JI,-JfekSSS Uxcle Sam hab no desirelo spank Chili, but if she lias to she will want to talce her meals from the mantle piece standing up for the next ten . years. Inter- Ocean. Here is the pure boiled down es sence from the Inter Ocean: "Kecip rocity means doing well br those who do well by us. Free trade means home slaughter for the benefit of oth er nations." OFFICIAL STATEMENT Of the financial condition of the Western IJaiikinij Co. .at I.iicklhs, State of Ivan.-as, at the close of buines on the 2d day of Jan uary, 1&02. KKSOUUChS. Loans and discounts on personal and collateral scanty .jl-.S10.40 I-oaiison ical estate l.'AOO Overdrafts 105.00 Kealestate 2,210.00 Furnituie and lixtuied VO.OO .Expense account 520.74 Checks and other cash items 'Jffl.ifc! Currencj- 2,fS2.00 Gold coin .'jO.OO Silverc...

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. — 28 January 1892

The Globe-Republican. The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1877. ) vmiM-tod iwa. The FOBD CO. REPUBLICAN, " 1886. n"aaa. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL XV, NO. 14. 1 K w 4 i 3: t we are Ilium NOW Big Clearance Sale! OF ODDS AND -. fc Remnants of Dress Goods. Remnants of Ginghams. Remnants of Flannels. 25 per ct Discount OFF ALL Win tec Jackets aiu For Ladies, Misses and Children. Blankets & Comforts! Ul at Reduced Prices. We are ov fersiocked on White Blankets and we offer some wonderful bargains in them. ) STRANGE & SUMMERSBY tf.V THE POPULAR Family GROCERY The best goods At fair prices. Full weights, And prompt service. A Trial, Will Convince You. J. M. B ILL, Propr. HARDiCASH Buys More (GROCERIES At the INDIANA CASH GROCERY STORE than can oe bonght for tlie same money at any other store in 0 ;Fhe Lamps and Elegant Chinaware. Wk. THOME, .- Proprietor. Bridge street, -- , pliiti m FOR A Ends. s pUC, House Good Fi esh Dodge City. Wrap CONSUMPT...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 28 January 1892

CRUEL AS THE JRAVE ; The Secret of DunraYen Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret," Etc., Etc CHAPTER XIV Continued. "When she was nearly down she saw a boat close in shore, with a man standing by ita bow, doing something w.th a ropo. The stormy darkness, added to the shade of a clnmD of water willows, hid his features from her, but It-; seemed liko a gentleman, perhaps one of the neighbor ing gentry who had been out fishing. The skiff was an elegant thing, such as .a gentleman might use. Almost delirious with tho idea of Ac crington's provimity, Loveday galloped close up to him, dropped to the ground, and stand ng before him, blinded and dazed, gasj od out "Will you will you row mo under tho "bridge an 1 hide me until that person who is coming p" !CS by?" Even as sho ,.a3 speaking, he was leading tho trembling Ahmed round be hind the thick trunks of the clump of wil lows where she stood panting, with droop ing neck ani heaving sides; he then lift ed Loveday lightly...

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. — 28 January 1892

FV "j- y u i I k isfl Xa Ji P' OR. TALMAGE'S SERMON. FIRST CLOCK OF WHICH THE WORLD HAS KNOWLEDGE. The Flight of Time God Bales the Shad ows Daybreak on the Heights of the MoBntain Tops Fall .Report or a Ke aaarkable Discourse. Sundial of Aha. Dr. Talmage's text was II Kings xjt, 11, "And Isaiah the prophet cried unto the Lord: and he brought the shadow ten degrees backward, by which it had gone down in the dial of Ahaz." Here Is the first clock or watch or chronometer or timepiece of which the world has any knowledge. But it was a watch that did not tick and a clock that did not strike. It was a sundial. Ahaz, the king, invented it. Between the hours given to statecraft and the cares of office he invented something by which he could "tell the time of day. This sundial may have been a great column, and when the shadow of ttbat column reached one point it was 0 o'clock a. m., and when it reached another point it was 3 o'clock p. m:, and all the h our and half hours were so measured. ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 28 January 1892

mmmmmmmmBmmmmJMAM H P BHBWWW JSKJseSS; $: r?3s- fiiS- "$ggrags533Rh 1 J . - .. . - " - " "V"""l i V " " - T iw-T-- .' - Xj J fcs sr r iv- l&? 3 I: 5" m I p- The Globe-Republican, Entered at the Potrtofflce at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission through the mails as second-class matter. 32a.tds of STaTbecrlptiosir (In Advance.) One year $1.50 -Six months 75 Three months 50 Single copies 5 NOTICE TO SUBSCKIBEKS. Parties who find an X after their name on the margin of the paper or wrapper, may know that their subscription has expired and Is due. All such are kindly solicited to re mit to us the amount of the same. Jekry Simpson bas introduced his Washisgton, D, C, January-11. Sena- sub-ireasury bill. It provides for iorener,touayiiiKiertooksome missionary loaning eighty per cent of value on farm products and manufactured goods. There is no probability of such a measure becoming law W. C SHINX, Manager. THURSDAY, JAX. 28. 1892. CniLi has backed down, and is now abasing herself in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 28 January 1892

o- r ?v;fv .- v&3z K i k 1 ? c te.. r-vv . -Ob .jeJCSJ"' 1 1 -4 J3&L t lift! 5? S. :&l The Globe-Republican, RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. .4""eparo trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GOlXG EAST. New Tot " Xo. 4 Ar. 3:20a.m Chicago Xo. 6 At. 5:05 a. m Mo-Rlver " Xo. 8 Ar. 3:10 p. m Way Freight .Xo. 45... ....Dp. 6:45 a. m GOI"G WEST. Mexico & su nipgn Ex. Xo. 3, Dp. 1: 3 a. in Denver A Utah Ex Xo. 5, Dp. 1 1 :05 p. m Colorado Express Xo. 7, Dp. 1.50 p. in Way "Freight Xo. 43, Dp 5:fX)a.m F. Gakdxkk, Agent. CHICAGO, KOCK ISLAXD i PACIFIC RY. TRAIX5 ARRIVE. Xo.23, Mail and Express, 11:40 a.m Xo. 69, Accommodation, 12:10 p. m TRAIXS DEPART. sioil'S Xo. 21, Mail and Express, Xo. 70, Accommodation, Train 70 makes connection for Meade and Liberal. J. II. PiiiLLrPs, Agent. DODGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRIXIDAD RY Trains Leave from Rock Island Depot. Xo. 1, Accommodation Lv. Xo. 2, Accommodation Ar. 12r20 p. m 4 00 p. m Local Brevities. Xoss Jo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 28 January 1892

h 'v r.5 -" fte flot)r-Hrpublirai PCSUSDED BY THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Podge Citv, - - Kansas. Too often full dress for ladies seem to be full and running over. The proper thing to do with a crank in office is to turn him out Tiie man who called "A spade, a spade!" probably needed one to fill his flush. The exact facts as to Jerry Simp eon's feet may be learned by inquir ing of Santa Claus. TnE Bussians have reached the "roof of the world," and England in ends to And out what they are rafter. Dowx in Texas a fellow killed a man, and it cost him in "fine and costs $37" to get out of it. Texas is moving. , St. Paul has a mighty strong name, but Minnie seems to have the knack of getting there when the bell rings. ' Fkom the newspaper pictures it is evident that even if Russell Sage's assailant was not a maniac he at least lost his head. A fireproof dress for ballet dancers has been invented. This will enable the sprightly coryphees to have all the flames they want. "Ward McAllister thi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 28 January 1892

Mf 'ft. Sep:1? THE TOPIC. Tho World is Talking: About Chilian Affairs. The President Closeted With Secre taries of War and Navy Schley Says It Is Certain Our Sailors Were Killed by Chilian Soldiers. Wisarscrosr, D. C.f January 22. While the cabinet did not meet as a body, the joint presence of Secretaries Blaine, Elkins and Tracy at the "White house bcre a strong re semblance to a meeting of the cabinet. They remained in conference with the piesident for a long time, and General J. W. Foster was called in for consultation. The discus sion related generally to Chilian matters, the questions mostly under discussion being the president's message to congress on that sub ject. Secretary Tracy received a message from Commander Evans saying tho Yorktown, with the refugees on board, would sail for Callao from Valparaiso. This is taken as an indication that all is quiet in Chili. Captain Schley, of the cruiser Baltimore, now at Valejo, CaL, was shown the reports of Procurator Fiscal, of Valp...

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. — 28 January 1892

:-se C " ?& - S g'wF ' -"SsSSft? lr l? & -f j ? J2& c . A SONG OF THE SEA. Come out where the billows are cool and deep, Where the waves never rest and the winds never sleep, Where plumed steeds coarse the ocean's breast. Each flaunting a pennant of foam at his crest; Where the zephyrs are practiced to try their wings. And the sea mew shrieks and the mermaid sings When the moon Is low, and, with shudder and sigh. The tides are turned 'neath her watchful ejrel Come down on the sands where the plaintive Shrills a aemry of Pan and his reedy pipe. Where the ripples that lap on the shelving beach Seem to welcome a continent to their reach: Whefto the great brown rocks in their trailing weeds Seem doing penance for gailty deees Centaries since, when the pirate's sail Drove a bark to seek help in the teeth of a gale. Leave sorrow behind when you'd frolio'with me, BVjr there's never a grief that can sadden the ea. And never a burden too heavy to throw Away to be lost in the ebb ...

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. — 4 February 1892

If V The Globe-Republican. I The FORD CO. GLOBE, Established 1S77. ) ruAot isao The FOBD CO. REPUBLICAN, " 1886. l-onsouaatea, isra. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 15. , ! K- K W ft r i$ ft ft K i Ht Small Profit and Quick Sales, and One Price t all. Is the Mot to of our Bnrtness. We are Tinili NOW Big .5 Clearance Sale! OF ODDS and ENDS. ' V Remnants of Dress Goods. Remnants of Ginghams. Remnants of Flannels. 25 per cL Discount OFF ALL Winter Jackets and Wraps r - For Ladies, Misses and Children. Blankets & Comforts! All at Reduced Prices. We are ov erstocked on White Blankets and we offer some wonderful bargains in them. STRANGE & SUMMERSBY DR.S,J,CRUMB!NE, PHYSICIAN Jfc SURGEON. Gives special attention to treatment of Catarrhal Diseases, Throat, Nose and Ear. office ovni: w.vium.'s shoe store. Residence- Corner First Ave. and Vine st. CRUMBINE cS: STEWART, PHARMACISTS. Pure Drugs and Chemical?, Patent Medi cines, Toilet Articl...

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. — 4 February 1892

.3rjr r '? te ? i m Wkt 6lok-lq)itblir an PUBLISHED BY. THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv, Kansas. The strike of Philadelphia com positors serves to remind the world that there are newspapers published there. The admission of Jay Gould to the four hundred seems to put watered stock on a parity with aristocratic family stocks. Seventy babies are born every minute. Oh, Malthus, where is thy sting? Oh, Bradlaugh and Besant, where is thy victory? Chicago sends greeting to the Anti Lottery party of Louisiana and is helping the cause to some extent itself. See court records. Messrs. Slavix and Mitchell evidently belong to the peripatetic school of pugilists, because they do nothing but walk around and talk. A good many artists who . make money in art and spend it in whisky think the man who made his money in whisky and spent it in art a vulgar Philistine. You occasionally hear of a young girl who is too proud to wear patches on her shoes, but did you ever hear of one who was too proud t...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 February 1892

TMjBJ3tf-S- l 7 lSSHczm&- . - Tr-w-.r- rS?"? J Y" r .- '- .Vr- - V& &J?4' I fc5J"owr-ii' !'wy"' v - 'I : M, '," ? Jv guess rrs oveb. Chili Makes Humble Apology; Apparently Sincere. More Full Dispatches From Egan Emphasize the Prospects of a Speedy and Amicable Settlement Hostile Sentiment Toward Us Is Denied. WHCcgtc5, D. C, January 2D. The Chil ian situation is vastly improved. The situa tion is now bright, and what prospect there was fox war, it is understood, is now dis pelled. Tie first message received by the president from Egan was cot in all respects satisfac tory; it was lacking in fullness and there were many things in it requiring additional elucidation. Another and later dispatch now &as been received, and its contents are such as leave nothing for congress to do with re gard to the president's message. It not only confirms what has been said in the Associated Tress dispatches, but goes further and is couched in most friendly terms. The charge of hostile f...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 February 1892

:? r-vJr & sV 4 S-IT'xii The Globe-Republican. Entered at the I'oatoffice at Dodge City, Kansas, for transmission through the mails as second-class matter. (In Advance.) One year $1.50 Three months 50 Six months 75 Single copies J W. C. SHINN, Manager. THUBSDAY, FEB. 4, 1892. It takes as much diplomatic prelim inary work to bring about a collision between pugilists nowadays as be tween nations. The "pug"' has evi dently come to consider himself an important part of the social organism. A few judicious arrests might eluci date to them their social value. Ka'ss is chock full of people who would like to have the red-headed man on horseback from Wichita as Governor Humphrey's successor. Murdock, with his screaming Eagle, has been a host in developing and making southwestern Kansas, and if a man is to be ienarda.1 for meritori ous labors, the Colonel will be found at the head of the column of the deserving. There are very few per sous who would regard the election of a man of Murdock...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 February 1892

J mTBt rr i jfR rampm jataLiy (gaBiiPiiM Sasls' .SilFs 1- i?ivsW;Sffi?7- ?555"y " sSSaH!MsMBPPsBWSBMlBBjHBjBssj ? " - - t i , - tPsm-- "-t " T , ff i."X ' A .- j? ?- Z K The Globe-Republican. RAILROAD THE. CARD. smkSSSsL 4 . ATCHISON, TOPEKA SANTA FE. h,-. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge J? "city depot by "Central-time: fe5; GOIHO XAST. ? XewYot " o. 4..-. ...Ar. 30 a. m ' " Chicago Xo. 6 Ar- 6:05 a. m " " Mo. Elver " Xo. 8 Ar. 3:10 p. m "Way Freight .Xo. , Dp. 6:45a.m GOHG WEST. Mexico & SauJMego Ex. Xo. 3, Dp. I: 3 a. m - Denver 4 Utah Ex Xo.5. Dp.ll:05p.m Colorado Express o.i, up. iioup.m Way Freight Xo. 43, Dp. 5:00a.m F. Gakdxkr, Agent. CmCAGO, ROCK ISLAXD & PACIFIC Y. TKATX5 ARRIVE. Xo. 23, ilail and Express ll:40a.m Xo. 69, Accommodation, 12:I0p. m TRAIXS DEPART. - Xo.24, Mall and Express 4:C5p.in Xo!"0, Accommodation, 8:50 a. m Train 70 makes connection for Meade and Liberal. J. H. Phillips, Agent. DODGE. CITY, MONTEZUMA TRIXIDAD RY. Trains Leave from Ro...

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. — 4 February 1892

'CRUEL ASE THEJMVE; The Secret of Dunrayen Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "Faithful Margaret" Etc., Eto CHAPTER XV (Continued.) For this time they separated; for Ed gar saw that Inchcape's heart was full, and that he longed to begin the reading of Lady Inchcape's story; and he hoped much from his lordship's softened mood. It had lain very close to Edgar's heart to speak of Ulva during the whole of the interview; hut honor forbade that he should obtrude any personal interest before he had pleaded, like a true knight, his liege lady's cause. Ho soon left Inchcape Fosse to visit the Crccys; ho remembered in Lady Inchcape's story how loyal one of the Three Graces had been to her, namely Alice; and he wanted now to hear Alice Crecy's account of Accrington's doings in Salford. As he expected, he found her alone; for it was not noon yet, and the hunters had not returned. Squire Crecy and Auberon had gone with the rest Edgar Arden was a favorite with the gentle Mrs. Crecy; she respecte...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 February 1892

5a 71 Mi fau OR. TALMAGE'S SERMOK SOME IMPRESSIVE LESSONS ARE FOUND IN THE ECHO. tke Echoes of a Moral Example In One Family and an Example of Moral Indiff eace in Another Eternity to Echo the Doings of Time. At the Tabernacle. Dr. Talmage's subject was "Echoes. ind his text, Ezekiel vii, 7, "The sound mff again of the mountains." At last'I have found iL The Bible has a it a recognition of all phases of the natural world from the aurora of the nidnight Heavens to the phosphorescence )f the tumbling sea. But the well known sound that we call the Echo I found not until a few days ago I discovered it in my text, The soundine again of the mountains." That is the Echo. Ezekiel it the text heard it again and again. Born among mountains, and in his journey to distant exile, he had passed among mountains, and it was natural 'hat.all through his writings there should 'oom up the mountains. Among them he had heard the sound of Cataracts and of tempests in wrestle with oak and cedar, and the v...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 4 February 1892

, !: !TV i BILL NYE AS A JUSTICE. An Acconnfof a Remarkable Marriage Cersmony in a Wild Country. I forgot to say that the office of justice of the peace was not a salaried one, but dependent upon fees, the county furnish ing only the copy of the revised statutes and a woolsack, slightly and prematurely bald. So while I was called Judge Nye, and frequently mentioned In the papers with great consideration, I was out of coal about half the time, and once could not mail my letters for three weeks be cause I did not have the necessary post age. Friends in the eastern states may possibly recall the time when my corre spondence, from some unknown cause, seemed to flag. That was the time. Of coursa I could have borrowed the money, but I had, and still have, a foolish horror of borrowing money. I did not mind running an account, but I hated to bor row. The first business that I had was a marriage ceremony. I met the groom on the street. He asked me if I could marry people. I said that I coul...

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