Atchison Globe (Newspaper) - December 24, 1877, Atchison, Kansas TTT I? Pf OTT T? I ii IL IjtTv JJdJlIj* A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Cab and Gossip, and Paid Locals. PRICE. TWO CENTS. ATCHISON. KS.. DECEMBER JI, 1S77 What We Propose to Do. J Iii' Lord willing (ami we lmve every reason to believe that lie is). we propose to !_:<*t out a -mall daily paper ♦‘very a Ct en moil at roar o'clock, which w ill be delivered to any part el’ the city ; at ten cents per week, or through the poshijliee at thirty cents a month. Having excellent facilities, we shall j also do job work whenever occasion otters. We expect to -ucreed becall-e we intend to work lilted) hours every day to accomplish that result, and because! Atchison has never been know n to go back on anybody that i- willing to eat eorn-brcad beibre lit' gets to chicken and squash pie-:. As it has I ie torc been remarked by us, we haven't the -lightest intention ut -etring tin! world on lire. We don't intend to do anything remarkable, <*r anything that lias not been done before, and make no pretensions to boing, something the like of which tin* world lins never beheld. We intend to blow no trumpets or loud bazoos, but will pursue the even tenor of our respective ways until flirt lier notice. The moment we can afford i\ von may bet your life the paper w ill be enlarged, but until tilt' patronage warrants ir, you eau with equal certainty bet your life that the (-ilobe w iii not he enlarged. It ha- been remarkei thirty or forty thou editor. As soon as we have any bookkeeping to do, w e will do that, too. Tile writer of these few lines will make a personal call on every man in contrary* she .-unled upon another lei- unintuitive, and I bowed myself out, low, and I was accordingly driven to never to return. tile verge of despair. I again com- Tim- I -uttered two bereavements in indu ed on tin' cloves and coffee, but a- the -bort -pace of a year. And wa* it Atchison before the first of .January”, the renewal of the habit didn't do any my fault? I think not. I leave the and if you can do anything for us. Hod good I gave it up, I became gloomy’ reader to judge. One lady led uh 1 to bless you, we will endeavor to give you and de-pondent and lost my appetite, think she was too good to be hugged your money's worth. If notj we are I wandered listlessly* about, and imag- and the other led me to think that -in* not easily discouraged, and will call hied my’-elfa broken-hearted man. Tor wa.-n't, besides, do w e not all try* to again. months I. shunned society* and e-peei- profit by past experience': I did not The above is w hat w e propose to do. ally women. Hut there are .-Ollie women , w ish to lvpeat the mistake I had made y ou cannot -hun. let you try ever so in tho first instance, hard. 'They* are those kind, good-na- I hi- -ketch i- not overdrawn, it i- tared matrons that know you are in an absolute fact. I could wind ii up trouble aud want to help you out. with a moral, but I hate stories with HUGGING. While in my melancholy mood I met one of this kind. She told me that I should not be east down that I could make it all right iii five minutes ii I would go about if iii tin* right way*. ••You should kiss lier good-night at tile door, and hug ber occasionally. A Disappointed Lover Relates His Experience in that Line. I think it was the gallant Phil. Sheridan that -aid : "Give mc the pretty girls of a nation to hug. and I can* not w ho does tile waltzing.*’ Now. "thorn's my sentiments" exactly. Just give me a pretty girl. all to myself, in a corner, and J am pretty” tolerably” contented— provided the pretty* girl aforesaid i- one Sin* i- nothing more than human, even ol the hugging kind. though she appears to he such a sttpe- There is no fixed rule or time for j rior woman. I heard her hugging. Etiquette does not say* w hen that tile only” objection she had to you .von shall hug or how* you shall ling. was that you wouldn't ki— her good Hold! I believe it does ay that then 7 night, or pay her other lover-like atten-shmild lie noihiigging until after an en- lions that she had a right to expect.' gag’oment, but what man want- to wait Now*, this communication, although until after an engagement before lie it hail the effect of rousing mc from my gracefully (or aw kwardly, as the ease melancholy, did not have the effect my ma* be.) encircles a girl's waist I * Iii ■ good right ann and presses her to not -ce moral- Axin louis. Dramatic Notes. re Richard -on i- fleet min I iii' nom — A blue Sa in < hieago. —-Salaries in New York ran S360 to SJO per week. —The weekly -alary li-t at WaUack's ay my sci I j amounts lo about S2,6O0. —Paulina Markham, with her new j company, w ill take the road in a week. I —A brother of Edwin Hoot ii J- to take charge of tile I lay market Tin atle. London. -Miss Emma Young, a daughter ol with lmly irifiitl hoped it would, lot- I did »•«•'prophet Hrijrhnm, lins adopted the k Axites out .'iud proceed to -h'ite a- a prote>.dnn. hi- 111at51\ heart ? cover Iu'I* with eam-.-c therefore have no intention of bucking the, i'/tfunpiwK Nothing i- further from our purpo-e than to burst John A. Martin up iii business. In fact. lii- uneertain sea. 'file litth 1 business we -hall require, he will Deter miss, and if we eau. by indu-triou- effort, got an advertisement or a job w here it was never got before, then* w ill be no harm dom*. Idle I riel a I- < J tie* old reliable need have no fear- that we are after it - hest blood, for the old reliable and tin 1 voting unreliable are on the lies! of terms. Wo have thought some of supporting it tor 1 I 'nitty I State- Senator. We have heard that the Chaw} ion. j in order to break a little job office -tarted lien* -odic month' ago. went around tow n soliciting -mail work at j cost. NNJ 1 don't bi Sieve it. for it occurs to us that the Chiuap'utn i- honorable I enough to fight some I hx Iv of its size. ^ Theiv*'- the St. Joe Steam Printing J < onipuny, and as it carries a great deal • it tin* large railroad work out of ti tis tow ii. ii the ('Zaunpion wants to light. why don't it take somebody of am*: Wean* not di.-po-ed to believe yarn-of this kind, for a great lu'wspapcr mg)11 to he above it, and certain! v i-. No. I was —I hat terrible Lord ( itamberiain bas iii <*iii pi e-em e Sometime ago I became devoted to a disappointed in lier, I had always re! used permission to perform "Baby" - . , dim .-tli.it the very beautiful, pion.- young lady. Sin* thought hor too good tube hugged by in London, he tieing down on nudities. thaw} awi- ai. aw till l*E in-tit ut ion to to mo to lie the very* enibodi- such an ugly cub as myself, and wnen j —Sot hem is engaged by John S. !>l,< * “ 1( ,,A ' i1 ' ot !ll( ,,l! T * an( * merit of modesty and purity”, [.being I ascertained that she wanted to bt* (‘lark for the winter* ami summer -raja. villainous sort of fellow, regarded lier hugged, my* sentiments toward lier silt- -on of I STN and I STP at the Haymarket , with aw e and reverence. I looked up- to red a revulsion. I got bravely over Theatre, on her as a being too good for this my melancholy. I went into society! Wilson wm tour t|u , |J0|Mi . . I I i I , , : "’ovid. < HYe 11 have I started out of a again, and commenced flirting w itll re- i under tho ii ueee-s Ma- emboldened us to launch i ii -t . .. . • n i i . min unum im management «»t old .... nihil slumber with a lierrt-rendmg m*wed vigor, fmallv I became main- strwi-o ,.1. tm 1* ,a;, v air little single-masted schooner on the , r , , , 1 im ,1, . a hU ‘ ,KoM ! fe taking u\ berlin, \ icima. st. wail. only to lout that I had Item ; <«wl of a piotty sill as unlike tho amia- lVteivhm-, and .mtfint; up in Falls .hir- dreaming—dreaming that my beloved hie Agues as could be. She wa- not j |( , ( t j )( , p; x jion. Agues bad died and was sailing a wav religious, -he danced and -he tidied, through tile ether blue on angel and said it was impossible for ber to be wing-. I loved lier to distraction, good like other girls. She declared that I called on her two or three time- a tile very old Nick was in lier. In a.-bort week and sat and -tared at her like an time I was her devoted slave. I willow], and gloated over lier beauty and duped lier. I called on her one night, worshiped her mode-ty and goodness, and -he floated forward to meet na* I quit going to dances on her account, looking so radiantly beautiful that I I oven essayed, with lemarkable forth could not resist the temptation to throw tilde, to give nj) tobacco lor lier sake, as -ho had told me that it was a filthy habit and no real gentleman was addicted to ii. I a .-si 1 red her that there was 110 habit I could not cheerfully <nve my arm- around lier. Oh, mo-t unfortunate proceeding on my part, for she skipped me iii tin* face, and told me that it - I could not show her proper re--peet, I had better stay at borne. I up at lier simple request. "<), Regi offered all-orts of apologies. I told lier mild." Hie rcpield, with a smile that ut- how I loved her, and how lier beauty' telly* bewildered nu* with its radiance, iliad so overwhelmed me when -he ap- — Mr. John J’. Raymond will visit London next April, when he will appear at the Gaiety Theatre as Colonel Seller-. Ii is not doubted that hts fresh, vigorous and characteristic style will meet w it Ii appn < Trion in the English capital. — I here i- .-aid to be a movement on foot among New York manager.- to reduce* salaries nil along the line, and at the same time lower the prices of admission. Wa Hack asserts that at pres" (*iit he cannot rai-c his curtain for Jess titan jOTJ. — The production ot ‘T*isks," by Raymond at the Hark next month, will in- "you don't know how it pleases me to hear you say so. Now will you, for my -ake. quit eating clove- and e-oHee when you come to sci* me? I dete-t the smell of cloves and entree. Besides they sometimes make you aet so funny." With heroism truly* wonderful. I promised to give up cloves and coffee. \\ e beg that no one will throw cold pm notwithstanding all my sacrifices for her -ake, .-lie gradually* began to cool toward me, and tinnily gave mc to understand that for the future my company' could be dispensed with. Of course this made me desperate. I commenced going to dances, I chewed three or four plugs of tobacco a day*, smoked un water on our enterprise. Let us aloin if you can't do any Inlier; - Don't say we w ill eventually bust, for how* do you know ii ? We may he the spirit of Horace < 1 ret ley for all you know , though it iini-t he confessed we have as yet evinced none of tile symptoms. "Howe A: Co. means Ell. VV. Howe, A. J. Howe and E. Democratic Ford, who were until recently respectively connected with the til abe, Globe-Journo I and Press* at Falls ( ity, Nebraska. The two first-mentioned j tarries pul>-li.-hed the Golden (Col.) Globe for four veal s and made money at it. Howe A: • o. d*> their own writing, type-setting, soliciting, job printing and lighting, with the as.-i-tanee of a small boy by the name oft Imbb. who carries papers and occupies the position of tight• ag # peaced before me 11 ult I could not eon- troth I <*< to the stage Mi-s Ro-a Lames, trot myself. I waxed eloquent. I grew j a daughter of Hose* Ey tinge bv lier I rant i<*. I reiterated the statement ihat j lh -t husband, 'file young I aly* i- ju-t I loved her—that I had never loved un- 17 year-old, very pretty, charming in til the radiant vi-ion ot lier tran-cencl- j manner, skilled in iii ti.-ie, and talented ant beauty appeared to me. I believe I j in other re-peds. got down on my knees, and -oblong- ; —-- Iv told her that-it was within lier power to make me the happiest or most miserable ol men. Hut she wouldn't hav<* me. And why? Mio-aid that she had heard why Agnes had treated me -o cruelly*, and she had sympathized with me deeply. For herself -lie did not think it proper or maidenly to hug and kiss iudi-erin 1 inatciv, and -he admired til my mouth was parched, and ate | a .young man that wa.-n't alway-nmk-more cloves and coffee than eVer. But I inga nuisance of himself by lim-taeli- Agiic- did not seem to caic w hether I went to the tit-\ii or not, >0 I "let ti})" on tile cloves and coffee. I was determined that Agues should -cc that I wailer the sort of man to ruin myself just because she had driven me from the -unshine of lier presence. My second reformation did not have die effect that I half hoped lr would, for I thought ■-ne w -uh! -nu. 1 upon me again, But -: e 'hon sn ne upon mea Git. Onthe ing and squeezing the girls* But she had found out that I wa- like the balance of mankind. That I was booby enough to dunk that some girls were too good to Ix* hugged, while others were ju-t made for that purpose. She wa.-n't one of that kind, and she didn't want anything to do with a man that thought she was. And then she asked mc if .-he .-bouk! get my hat. Mechanically and stupidly I a ic-we red iii the A friend of oui- has presented US w itll a card—a business card—w Rich was intended for distribution only amongst a private and strictly confidential class of lriend-. The card is that of a female w ho keep- a house of prostitution in a neighboring city, and where the fast youth- drink villainous clumip.tgne and bitter ben* at gra--hoppcr prices. The individual in question having removed to more commodious quarters, this card hasbeen circulated, with name and addle-- neatly printed, We would not be surprised to find these partners of the devil i-siting circulars and seeding them through the mail-, thanking patrons for pu.-t favors received, and soliciting a continuance of the -ame. u hen HU Atchison young man get* olla bender, he say-: Tina wolf a, hi- is my night to how]."