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Globe, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1877, Atchison, Kansas T, GLOBE. A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Cab and Gossip, and Paid Locals. PRICE, TWO CENTS- ATillLSOX, k'S, DECEMBER VOL. i- SALUTATORY. The tir.-t thought of the Atchi.-onian respecting the little it he i say right hen we do not want to .-el the world on li On the contran. if it ever does on lir''. we will cheerfully join a company and help to put it out. We al-o take tin- occasion to c! fully acknowledge any and everything the (lliampifin and I'airiot may pleased to .-ay of UP. and hereby g Tom .Martin and If. Clay Vaiideg'IBi notice that we will sign ain -statement eonceining our character they bring to thisoflice. will be. devoted morality., virtue. clcanlinct order. -Siriety. .md pa local.-. We hope tin.- will he -nti-fnt1 lory. Otherwi-e. a- .Mr. Dick woul -ay. there'll be a pretty kettle of fi-h. When wo came to Atchi-on, we, tended to publish a Sunday 11101 ning, paper. But the Champion refused do our press- work, the manager ot ihat gigantic concern alleging that were coi'-lantly groaning under a deluge of w ork. Such being the en- viable st.ite ol ai our neigh-1 bor's mammoth printing hon-e. we, were compelled to give up, for the i the Sunday morning cuter- prise, and. in lieu thereof, print a -mall daily. As soon as we get our new-- paper press we shall Mart the Sunday paper, a- we at intended. Alchisou must be a rich tield for printers, judging from the fuel that neighbor.- are doing such a ,lasliinir A rich lield i.- what we are after. Weare partial to rich lields. TnrT i- our apology for starting 'here. We desire to-make money, and where then- is so much work we can certainly get j our-sljare of it. Had the old reliable1'] stuck out the placard. "Pre-ss- work for opposition paper., done here with neat-'( ness and di-patch." we would havegonqj oil lo wheiv the pub- li-her- re all pur-e-proud ari-tocrai-. who Ink! out to competitor- all of ailnrMiient-. len cent- per week. forty orts' stricken and we com- by relieving them both, i pulled ;i qiiarlei and ai- cent? ]er month. Adverti-iug rates kiown by the solicitor, who will ejill on roil in a feu day.-, if not -sooner. PERSONAL. An True Tale as Related by the Victim Himself. My name i- K nipper. 1 keep .-tore in a (own on the Central Branch which -hall be namele-.-. I keep even-filing for sale thai the niji-t fastidious ta-ie can Am highly re.-peeted. townspeople eon-ult me liefore ciig.igiiig in any enterprise. In I am the town oracle. 1 give more pounds of sugar for a j dollar than ain other -ton-keeper, and a.Aa means of reaching the heart.-of the 1 pjople. I have found it highly -ati-lac-' ufry.' ladies liavp remarked tliai my on could not he' eijualed in .Atclii-son. A m tacked my-elf. We then went to the theatre. Between the act-. v.eni out to eee a man. When we got back into the hall. 1 -o liy what that I re- marked, aloud Vtoni.-hingYormancelcver.-a win my Hie! Do tho-e col( hie) people al way .-land on their head-: when they -ing'r" intimated that L ing my-elf away. hereupon I subsi- ded, and tried to eieate the impre-sjon that I much interested in the -how. But 1 wa-n't. I sick. We followeil the crowd out. and the i fre.-h ail' made me feel better. But not much. We went to ano'her place, and 1 in- coming up and THE LITTLE GLOBS. fiuinu- i- thi< our cai-tli notion-. It- ail- "I" it.-.-lidiiti Dl'inirtli, It- Hbuuiiuiii- its it rn iiiaken linti'rnni' Tin-job woit'letialthough :i Yiinkci1. I ri-k to nut, Kill :i-k to "111' (ken-fit, (hank 'CO. i )ur little nlolii' i- nit .-o A- u i-i'.icri'- nuikc ii: And uliutlici' jjay i.r
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