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Globe, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1877, Atchison, Kansas GLOBE A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Gab and Gossip, and Paid PRICE, TWO CENTS, ATClllSOlk'S., DECEMBER 21, VOL j.NO.5. "What We Propose to Do. Tliel.onl willing (and we have every lea-on to that He pro- po-e to get out ;i -null daily paper every afternoon al lour o'clock, will he delivered to any part oi' city at t CD coil per or through rlic po-toilice at thirty cent- a month. Ihniug excellent facilimv-, we -hail ,d-o do job whenever occa-ion oiler-, U e export to succeed because we in- leud to work lir'teei! hour- every day to i lull re-tilt, and beeau-e Atclii-oii IUH never been known to go buck on anybody that i- to oat corn-bread before lie get- to chicken and .-'jiia-li pie-. A-it ha.- before been rcmaiked by a-. haven't the -lighte-t intention of -citing (lie on lire. We don't intend to do anything remarkable, or anything that ha- not been dune before, and make no pretensions, to being' something the like of which the, world lia-never beheld. intend to no trumpet- or ioud bazoo-, but will pumie the even tenor of our re-pecth" until further notice. Die moment we can afford if. you mar bet your life the paper will be enlarged, but until the patronage ir. can with equal (ertainly bet )our life thai the (-lUMii: will not be enlarued. ll ha- been remarked in our presence thiriy or torn thmi-and time- that the Chriinpinn awful bin1 in-tifution to buck, U e are aware, of the fact, and iherei'ore have, no intention of bucking the Nothing i- further from our purpo-e than- to bui--t John A. .Martin up in bu-ine--. In fact, hi- ha- emboldened u- to launch our litllc -ingle-ma-ted -ciioonor on the uncertain -ea. The little bu-ine-s we -hall lequhe. he nt'er and if we can. by indn-trion- ellbrl. .act an ad- Aerti-emcnl or a job where it wa- never u'ot before, there will be no harm clone. File iriend- of the old reliable need luue no fear- thai we are after it- be-t blood, for the old reliable and the youna- mire- liable are on ibe be-f of term-. We have thought -ome of -upporting ji for I nitetl Male- Senator. We have hcaid iliat the L'hnim ion. in order to break a little job oflice -t.tried here -ome ago, around -oliciting -mall work al cot. We don't believe it. for it occur- to the (.'luniipimi i- honorable enough to light sonicbtxlv of it- Thci-e's Ihe SI. Joe Steam Printing- Company, and a- it earrie- a great deal of the hirsie niilroad out of thi- n. if the ('hdi'ijii'jn want-, to light. don't it lake somebody of not dispo-ed to believe jariis of tin- kind. Ibi a great ought n> be above it. and certainly i-. U i beg that no one will, cold on our enterpri-e. Let u- alone, if can't do any Don't say we uiil bu-l. for how do on know i' 'i We may be the s.pirit ol Uoiace Grceley for all yon know, though ii nni-t be we have vet none of tuc ,-ymptom-. Co.'' mean- Ed. W. Howe, Howe and E. Democratic Ford. Mere uniil recently re.-peethely the (.fluhr. (fiobe-Jour- ,'il and 7Ym. at Falls City. Xebr.i.-ka. 'I'lio lir.-i-meiitionei.! parties pub- li-hed the Golden (Col.) Glohc fur four year.-and made money at it. Howe i 1 'o. do their own riling, type-getting, -olieifing. job printing and lighting, with the of a -mall boy In tin name of Chubb, who carrier pnpci- and occiipie- the po-ition of editor. As -0011 have any book- contrary-he-miled upon another fel- ailirmative. and 1 bowed myself out. keeping to do. we will do that. too. low. and 1 wa- driven to never to ivtuni. TJIC writer of these few line- will the of de-pair. 1 again com- Tim- i two bereavement- in make personal call on every man in menced on the clove-and colfee, but a- the short -pace 01 a year. And wa- it I Atchi-on before the fust of January, the renewal of the habit didn't do any j my t'.uil; I think not. I the i and if you can do anytliinir for us. (Jod good I gave it up. 1 became gloomy reader to judge. One lady led me to will endeavor to ii'ive you and de-pondeut and lo-i my appetite, i think -he loo good to be hugged your money's worth. If not. we are [wandered listlessly about, and imag-' ami the, other fed me to think that -he I not easily discouraged, and will call incd my-elf a broken-hearted man. For, wa-n't. Besides, do we not allny t" 1 au'ain. month- 1 .-humied -ociety. aud proiit by pa-t experience: I did not The above i- what we propose to do.' ally women, liuitheieare .-ome women j wi.-h to repeat the mi-take 1 had made you cannot slum, let you try ever so (in the fir-i in-tanee. bard. They are tho-e kind, good-na-i Thi- -ketch i- not overdrawn. It i- tured matrons that know you are in ,an ab.-olute fact. I could wind it up Experience in that Line. i trouble and want to help you out. j with a moral, but I hale -torie- with I 1 think it wa- the gallant Phil. Sheri-' While in mv melancholy mood I met moral-. J dan that -aid: me the pretty one of thi- kind. She told me that I of a nation to hug. ami 1 care not -hould not be ca-t I could HUGGING-. A Disappointed Lover Relates His her at her occasionally. doe-the Now. --1110111'- i make it all in live minute- if iiiv -.-iitiment-" exactlv. me would u-o about ir in the :-inht way. I t a t y girl, all to my-elf. in a corner, i "You .-hould jau'i am pretty tolerably contented the door, and hi the pietty liirl afore-aid i- one tihe i- nothinj; moie than human, even llj per week. Dramatic. Notes. -Abbie bane i- in York I'anjVe irom tlioitg'li -he ajipcai- to be -uch a -upe- There i- no iixed rule or time for rior 1 heard her -ay my-clf Kiiijuetle doe-nol -ay you -ball hicr or lion' you -hall liuy. that the only objection-he had to you tlmt von wouldn't her uood Hold! f ii doe- -ay that there niii'ht. or pay her other lover-like atlen- -liquid be no.liuiioinjf until after an en- tiou- that -lie iiad a to expect." i but man want- to weekly -alary li-t at amount- to about Markham. wiili her new company, will take the road in a week. brother of Edwin Booth i- to London. until aftir an enu.iirement before he i it had the effect of ron-mg me from my j iir.icelully (or aw kwardly. a- the c.i.-e melancholy, did not have the cileci my Vuiing. ;i daughter of be.) enciu lc- a girl's wai-t with j lady iriend hop d it for I did ha- adopted ihe iii-good right arm and pie-.-e- her to j not -eek Ague- out aud proceed to j-lil-u ;lv a i hi-manly heart? cover her with mid 1 bad been of a pietty girl a- unlike tlic amia- I thai mv beloved i ble Ague- a- could be. She was not i Ague- h.i.ci
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