Atchison Globe, December 8, 1877

Atchison Globe

December 08, 1877

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Atchison Globe (Newspaper) - December 8, 1877, Atchison, Kansas \A Daily; Evening Poster Devoted to Gab and Gossip, and Paid Locals. PRIDE, TWO ( EMSATMI,SOX. KS.. DECEMBER v *8TJ VOL. I PMI. I SALUTATORY. Tin* first thought of the average Atehisonian respecting th** littl** Globe. it lie is so good as to think of it at all. will Im* that.it is von small. 'N'** frankly admit it—*lt is th** smallest palier we have ever seen, hut may it not oneiir to you tNht it will. therefore, have abundant room%o grow ? Von have, no doubt, observed that many of th** large newspapers of today ar** made up mainly from th** (“astern advertising agencies. two pages oftentimes being I i 11«*« I with ad vie** to dyspeptics. erring young men. eon smnptives. h aid-headed people, Hid how to go Ka<t. Not <oi t*> max enw orth. where th** publishers re all purse-proud arist omits, who ln!d out to competitor- all sort." of allunmehfs. Terns. ten rents per week. or forty rents jer month. A*lv«*rtising rates made kiowa by th** solicitor, who will call on von in a tew days. if not sooner. PERSONAL. Ail .Q’ir True Tale as Related by the Victim Himself. My name is K nipper. I keep store in a town on tin* Centra) Branch which shall be nameless. I keep every,‘bing for sal** that th** being bless**) with mint fastidious taste eau crave, ami— this class of husincs>. we have thought    Ani highly respected. it advisable at present to make the    My townspeople consult    in**    before1 I it 11<* Lr i.< >uk, as far as possible, re- engaging in any enterprise, semble a flea—small, but full of busi-    In short— ness.    I am th** town oracle. We shall coniine ourselves almost ex-    I give more pounds    of sugar    for    a elusively to til** small atta irs of human- dollar than any other storekeeper, and tv not or* Iii in ri Iv noticed by newspapers. ;lAa means «»f r**a**hing th** hearts of tin* While, perhaps, only on** man in twenty pimple. I have found it highly «atisfar-will read an article on the expansion or t<fry . eontra**tion of the currency, every man, lThe bulies have frequently remark***! woman and child, w ill r**ad of the new filar my pri<*e** on calico Could not be baby. or th** new preacher, of a thirty, equaled in .Atchison. social <*vent. or other it**m not confined solely to great men an*! lunatics. We have heard somewhere that life i- made up of small things, so we have -i.,v a small paper to note down -mall e We came to Atchison berun.-I thrift, prosperity, and the apparel) tclligeiue of her people, led i believe that they read newspaper'. do not exjlect to revolutionize th, ness. or do anything rein ark vol* •;* I law- ha expectation that will tin* town to fulfill. It has been remarked that littl** f11.<irk will never set thew* on tire. We desire to say right here t w e do not want to set th** world on hire. On the contrary, if it ever dues lr,.} on tire. we will cheerfully join a fun-,, company aud help to put it out. We also take this occasion to che*lr fully acknowledge any and everythiilir the merchants, aud laid in a large stock the Champion and Patriot may f^,. of pleased to say of us, aud hereby g Tom Martin and II. ( lay Vaudegl] notice that we will sign any statement concerning our character t!n*v ma odic**, feehl* Will em pera Mf cleanliiiep flTirm. and pail w rite and bring to t 'Pie little Glob will be devote*! to moralit^virtue. $ order, floriety. tint locals. We hope this will he satisfatl lory. Otherwise. a- Mr. Dick won! say. there'll be a pretty kettle of fly I >. When we came to Atchison, we in tended to publish a Sunday morning can] paper. But the Champion refused to S do our pres* work, tin* manager of that an gigantic concern alleging that his find presses were constantly groaning under a deluge of work. Such being the en- is ii viable state ot business .-it our neighbor's mammoth printing house, we a ti were compelled to give up, for th** present, the Sunday morning enterprise, and. in lieu thereof, print a small daily. As soon as we get our newspaper press we shall start the Sunday paper, as we at first intended. Atchison must lie a rich field for printers, judging from the fact that oink neighbors are doing such a slashing business. A rich field is w hat we are after. We arc partial to rich lichis. Tftfltf* is our apology for starting‘here. We desire to-make money, ami where there is so much work we eau certainly get i, our-fcipire of it. Had th** old reliable stuck out the placard', "Press work for J opposition palters dom* here w ith neat-J ness and dispat ell.’’ we would have goo*vj Ami we took another. Filially my friend and Bobwood were stricken simultaneously, and we compromised by relieving them both. I pulled out a punner aud was attacked myself. We then went to (he theatre. Between th** ads, we wont out lo ***** a man. When we got hack int** th** hall. I was so nsftmishcd by w hat I -i\\ that I remarked. aloud : *\M ost'st on ish big* formal!****! oversaw'in mylite! I )o thosc<‘nl(hic)p<*np|<‘always stand on their heads-when they sing?" ft*sswokmI infiniat***! that I wa.- giv-' ing myself away. whereupon I subsi-<1***1. and tried to create the impression that I was very much interested iii tin* show. But I wasn't. I was sick. We followed the crowd out. ami the fresh air mail** iii** led better. But not much. We went to anofher place, aud I insisted ,011 everybody coming up and thinking w ith iii**. Which they did. and— Tin* hill was four dollars and twenty cents. I then imagined myself Sam Lilacs, and sang “My Grandfather's Clock” in a milliner that excited uproarious applause. W e then locked arni-, and start ell on ;i tour of discovery, pausing occasionally to insure each oilier of eternal friendship. W <* discovered a new saloon, and proceeded to have ;i wai* dance. I represented iii** interesting character of Sitting Bull. Boss wood said In* was •• Young-man-afraid-ot-his-beer,” and iii attempting lo scalp tile bar keeper, got his nos** hurt. Thereupon we gave the war w hoop, and ii u not meed our determination it* poi un i the daylights out ol I ne aforesaid Dill keeper. , We invited him to send for his friends. and strip himself tor mortal combat. On the contrary, he sent for two po beeman. Who took Us ii}* ii long .stairway int*) a double-bedded room, pulled our boots olf. [nit us to bcd. mid locked tin* door. \\ lien I invoke in tm* morning. I wa*. never so sick in my Hic. I wanted to send tora doctor, but the other boys said it was not necessary, as it was nothing mon* than my nail* pulling. Blit my beild ach***!, too. Then we went and got a jar of seltzer 7    ‘    ”    war.    jim    I    ii bottle of pop. *veli.4*cold night. I Wits introduced:    ii**.    i 7**    ^    .    I lion t want any more “good tunes vlvrupper. my friend Pemveg, lie;,   . And— tTlie local paper has mon* than once remarked that I Jim the Merchant lucent- th** Great Northwest. I wear better clothes thanany man in r tow n, aud am generally regarded \ devil of a fellow.    , ist week I announced iii my favor te bl nevadaJM'I*. The    of the. Tree, (Tint I was going Hast after a mammoth stock of new aud seasonable goods. So I (*ann* to Atchison. I arrived on Tuesday, aud w as warmly welcomed by my white-haired friend. La Ten*, the manager— Who .aid lie was delighted to se** me looking so well. ami as I had never mot him before, I presumed iii one** ti lilt he knew im' by reputation. Iii th** afternoon I calk**! on several of foods. At the kist place I visited, a young mil ii told in** to conn* around after supper. I went around sifter supper, and found my young friend waiting for nu*, alone. Presently another young m in earn** in. and I was introduced : “K nipper. my friend Avalanche. II** is in tin* hardwanvjjf’ Then another Ailing man came in. rubbing LU rituals, and saying it was a I* ■' upp* in mine.    • Alew more just like it woald place me limier th** daisies. Editorial Paragraphs. irk alley, and finally landed in a pc where a man with an apron on *d us what we'd have. Iv friend took a schooner. Avail** took a Beecher. Periwig took lily. lW*sw*>od took Anheuser. I cled a lemonade. IS * > lemons,’’ saki th** man. then took beer myself. THE LITTLE GLOBE. \ eiiriuU'i world J- Uh* our earth < lf w ondsrs. trirks and notions, It- w ail- of woo, it- sh,tuts of mirth. Ii - mountains add ifs oceans; But it lo make a tatter one l f,** job wereletialthough a Yankee. I would not w ish Un* ri'k to run, Hut a-k to *'h** < * * i -«*d. thank ’****. ' I * >ui* little jrlobe i- ti»t so bad, As wi't*a**r**s woipi mak«* it; \ ii* I w Ina her m**stl jrayor-ad, * I>**|tends on how ** take ii II hone-th we pa) air wa) . We sa lei) steer uj|*1** from trouble, I >i-«*har>rin,jr * 1111) »*k*r> 'lay, W»* ibid our litflejiobe no bubble fh«* w ars tin* natio Wli»*n marshall*** file strifes ami bn Th** rabbi**'* wilt Milk** up lh** pistol* •po be i luadlv W uk**. in contention, - that each cnjra#**. li-seiisjon, of our tfloim. VV hen ’neath th**» Th*** week Iv l«*t As w cit by |H*n o -eribe aud j*«**i, torial rob** ie people know it fhe) -a) old Mal And just for hi-Is u'oin^ to rail oui* Iii course of Iii' I f Ii** should rom* Mijrht s**nd Uh rr**pai*l sub'erihei Would leave old 131 ' on a spr»*e, ’ ’ version, i * rh to see riirdon. •ne -iny le erash i* >r!obe to thunder wadi iii** rash its to wonder. Telegraph!! Specials. — Til** Democrats!!- tin* Holts* mitt**** on Elect ionihn vc repor vorably f>r the adhesion of Pj of < 'olorado. Pathpm was* an election called I til* < 'cutml t oinmittco voting. 'Ill** rot m i sassed by th** Slats whole thing is a hug — Fight men cpi falling .Valls m St. d* lies groceries. [ill another young man caille in. w ith lister overcoat on. ami said it was a night tor ducks. I was introduced: Crupper, my friend Hopwood. II**    __ i th** queens ware.”    What    was the name of that assistant lien we went out the back door. up I minister who used to boast that tie could give the rector “down to Pontius Pilate’—iii the creed—ami beat him ?— ii lobo De aloe rat. Wo give it up. ll** loft At bison befur** we came. It is the rule of New York theatres that no man without a collar on ids neck .-hall bo admitted. This wouldn't do out iii Deadwood.—Ex. No. Were that rule attempted in the latter city, tin* wood would be full of dead. The river gave lip a ghastly secret [Vc played billiard.-. Bushwood count- yesterday.—Ex. I here ! We told you so. Of course the feminine gotdej can keel* nothing to themselves. „t the conclusion of the game. Ava- .    ,    ,    ... .    A    Troy pa)»er head* an article, ” the die-ahi lie had a pain in hi- back. 4\|.*st Brilliant Impostor Known in Eu-*n*upoii they all laughed, arid -iii- folic.” W e did not read th** article in iided th** bar again, putting their question. but trust th** writer thereof I    ...    11 i . ,i    d*M»-    not    allude    to either Grant or Hell ion a railing provided tor the pur- inuit with a fills* repeated^    uot **ti Periwig/^ I his ba**k. fr.~ ii set o' teeth d.H es sa ril j have a fal-ettto voice.-By gum. that'- a ta**!. —Turki-h triiini| —Tin* -now aroma feet deep. —A certain Mr. Camp lilied a “purple moveme instead ol Ila* blue ribbon. —Temperatico reform i-comitry. —A Chicago constable read a di*t warrant ton woman, who immediate pulled a pistol aud tired, killing t officer. — ria* gr**at work *»f improving ti Mississippi is going rapidly forward, nearly every town of importance pledging help. —A Kichtiioiid German now refuses to marry his betrothed because sn** has , tail breath. Damages laid at —in iii- message to the Legislature, Governor Irwin -ays that the presence of Hie Chinese in California has institute* i an irrepressible conflict, a a1 think.- Ha* government should se* tm* an abrogation of the treaty. —{Steamer City of Berlin missing. —Charles Murphy, tramp; stood by train at Goshen, indiana; killed. —Our Minister to Knglaml is now ti large slav* holder. —Tile drift from Deadwood indicates a double-headed hoard ol commissioners, who -how an encouraging disposition to tight it out. —W e are pleased to learn from Madrid tilth the King - marriage lias been approved. —'i ii** .V20 bonds of '(Jo w ill IH‘ paid at the treasury a I t**i March *. —'l h** President sent iii fifty-six nominations on the (itll. —Mr.Schisken, th** Uu--iiii Embassador, and Aritarehi Ben, the Turkish representative, hay*? consented to dance in th** sam** quadrille tit a New York ball. —Cupid is w inning a great many vic-tori**' iii every portion of the country. — Tiiere tire JKH) foreign offices, and s.iXHi applicants constantly ut Washington. —Benj. Perklnson, Adams county, Indiana; leaned on his loaded gun; funeral largely attended. —Mexico is still shaking its fiats across the border. --'Hie ii*»llur df our daddies is lf restored to a jctfUi tender** ;

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