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   Globe, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1877, Atchison, Kansas                                THE GLOBE.1" A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Gab and Gossip, and Paid Locals. PRICE, TWO CENTS. ATCfflSON.KS., DECEMBER 29, 1877. VOL. important to Young Men! Handkerchiefs. Suspenders, Neckwear, Gloves, Hats and Caps. Underwear, etc., THOMPSON'S CENTS' EMPORIUM. 75 sets of Ladies' aud Children's Furs ly tramps on my corns just before a snow storm. I won't dead-beat anything. I won't run for President, or discuss religion. 1 won't attend mite societies, festi- vals or sociables. j 1 won't chaw spruce gum or earda- man seed. 1 won't drink with a man to be socia- ble. I won't speak rudely to children or strangers under the impression that it 1 is smart, for I have noticed that smart FOURTH EDITION. i men arr- not given to the custom. at cost. 20 Children's Cloaks at, cost. 50 Ladies'Cloaks at reduced prices, j I any wickeder than I can 65 Pieces Dress Goods at helP- am bild- Cost. 5O Pieces Canton Flannel at Cost. ___i >P___ H.M, Clancy Go's No. 411 Commercial St., ATCHfSON, KANSAS. D. H Cigars A. Tobac- cos. 'S. lOc; 'Vanity Co. vN. HEGMKU. Qneciibwnre. Liirg- _ liouso and best itook West. >'act, we :ts-ute you. CHAS. est house and best stock oi' goutls in tlie LI, I am ge i won't sow wild oats. i won't spend money foolishly, for I have to work very hard for it. I won't stay out late at for if gives me the headache, aud that's all. I won't eat late suppers in order to visit, my grandmother. 1 won't try to getimmensely wealthy during tIIP year. 1 find so many fel- lows at it that it's impossible. I won't play poker with a man who understands the game better than I do. 1 won't carry a pistol tn mix myself K. J. T. THATCflKlt, JTomeopathist. "P in accident. Office in Humes' block, 512 Coni'l WM IKGAL TKJfDKK UESTAUKAXT j SCMAJ.F, Pro. Five meal tickets for S. BKANU.XEK, .Mamif'rot'ttie "U. K. G ami denier in smoker'o CHAS. TEKKY, Boss MI'.sir, .Man, Aldii- Uon't fail to see him belbiebin ing HBKAUXKK, theiiciTY Anheiiser Man. A good man to know LKJPKli SU.NS, Hides and Leather, 013 Commercial Afreet, AtchUoii. T. JUlADb'UflD, S12 (Jom'l -it. organs anti pianos. BEST TEKMS. w- o KUCVATORCo. K. P. HAL- SEY. irain wanted ill car-load Info. T1S HljUSK, A BUUNGS i o hotel of the Missouri Valley. i-onveniencu and imiMTAwruen chibdii, Kalians. C. 0. ljroprietors. Leadin modern TAJ. PIERCE, Attorney :U Law, Atdii- son. Ollice in Hetheringlon bank bl'k. PUJiJfUCK Dry Unurl-i .Notions, Com'l at. ij 11 Con tecl lon- er, nil Cum'l si. Whulesaleand retail. BEt'UHK buying a Railroad Ticket, -ee JOSES 212 street Iiiugu'Uts, Atchi.Min. Compete with anyborly' TITTMS place. Opposite (lie J Bit: Otis. Taj lor ,t 'I racy. MIU.KR'S meal tickets for :i dollar. at all hours. HKTUKKrXCTON'.S KXCIIANGk, BANK Genera] banking bn.-. transacted. KATHJIU.XS U Call lor the "M. T ami try it. MAKlfATTAN Fire Co., of X. Y C. A. Aliluiaiw, tcsidenl agent. KKL'iKY Furniture. Largest house in the Valley. 1 won't a man to do me a favor without the knowledge that 1 cast return it. I won't giitid other people's axes without pay. I won't, abuse the town I live in, for the same unfavorable circumstances that prevail at home, prevail elsewhere. I won't whistle. Although the carrier has positive or- ders from Colonel John A. Martin, countersigned by James A. Loper, bus- iness manager, and approved by Alt'. 11. Martin, assistant business manager, 10 leave the Chnmpion at thi.-office, he has so far failed to do anything of the kind. The effort.-, of this obtuse young ny-m to create the impression that the G-LOBK and (Jhrnnplon, are not on speak- ing terms will prove unavailing, for we shall never fail to treat that iuflupiitiul journal with the greatest of respect. Marriage of Victoria Woodhull and Geo. Elliott. Ceo. Francis Train Reduces His Diet to a Crack- er a Day. i Summers, of Knoxville, Ten- has been jailed for attempt to j outrage a little girl six years old. We i expect to announce tomorrow that he has been lynched. Toronto, about 100 unemployed laborers waited on the Mayor yester- day, and stated they have work or they and their families would starve. The-majority of them will be set to work breaking stone to-morrow. Cuban insurrection continues to come to an end. and 150 insurgents daily are reported as laying down their arms. They have been doing tor eight aud the part of it, j is that thwc arc mure insurgents now Own there were at, tlw mi-management and insuffi- ciency of the .Russian field-supply ser- vice has again been strongly illnstralcd by the official report that the Turkish prisoners captured at Plevna arc dying of cold, aud thai it, K- impossible to give them any assistance. Hume, editor of the Marion (0.) Daily Star, vas publicly cow- hided yesterday by one Miss Rose, a beer-jerker in a "lady-waiter'' saloon. only regret that Mr. Hume wasn't big enough to kick Miss liosc from one cud of the town to the other, as a salu- I tary lesion to future pugnacious fe- I males. I following circular has been i posted in the Treasury Department, un- The President Conciliates a Man i dor the head of "No "Pet; sons honorably discharged from'the j military or naval service, by reason of I disability or incurred in line of _____ (duty, shall be preferred for appointment I to civil office, provided they are found The Mexican Army Assassinates ,0 business capacity Dr. Dio Lewis, the Health Reform- er, Dies oi Dyspepsia. Progress of the ''Little Globe's" African Ix- Darwia IDelivered of Another The- ory Respecting the De- scent of Man. The French Revolt Against Dicta tor Grant Assuming Pro- portions. by Appointing Him Post- master. Another Man. A Pauper in the New York Poor House Writes an Essey cu the Currency. ft. GEO L. LKWJS, Physician nnd Sur- geon, Alchisun. Rooms and office, 510 Commeichil street, up An 1878 Swear Off. 1 won't smoke. If lean help it. I won't chaw plug tobacco. I won't drink whisky, beer, gin. ale, >r other spirituous or malt liquors ex- cept on the written advice twelve disinterested and competent physicians. I won't cock my feet on bar room stoves, and tell people now much 1 know. I won't play pedro or other wicked games for the drinks. I won't honestly. 1 won't abuse the world or my em- ployer for not recognizing my ability, but do all I can to merit it. I won't go ;to shows and attempt to show off. 1 won't do Anything for fun. Eichmond special says the assa.v- -ination of Col. Berkeley created the wildest excitement, at that place, and the club houhe.- where he was popular and well known are crowded with his friends who are disclosing the terrible affair. Col. Berkeley was to have given a grand party to-night, and many soci- ety people had already gone from liich- inoncl, Petersburg and other cities to attend it. The cause of the assassina- tion is unknown. Kennedy, the assas- sin, belonged to a high-toned family, too. and was much esteemed in social circles. It said that he had marie three previous attempts to commit this Crime. The suicide of Dr. Poindexter. vpf Charlotteville. Monday morning, the tqul murder of Fuller in Southamton county, Monday night, and the double tragedy above related, make a bloody record for Virginia for one week. Late to-day a coroner's jury was impaneled to hold an inquest over Berkeley, but adjourned until to-morrow morning. Kolestein, a boy thirteen years old. living near Lincoln, was burned to deatn Christmas. The boy had retired to on a mattress, and was asleep when a younger broth- er coming to bed, struck a match, set- ting lire to the mattress and to the clothing of the boy. He ran down stairs where his father threw a bucket of water upon him and afterwards 1 rolled him in mud, but he was so seri- I won't fight unless a man malicious- ously injured that he died last night. j sary for the proper discharge of the du- lies of such office.'' Washington dispatch .-ays that Lieut. Walter Walton. Assistant In- spect or of the Life-Saving Servic-KOii the North Carolina coast, makes a report in relation to loss of flip Huron, show- ing that Ev.m u'Neil. :i fisherman of Mag's Head, discovered the Huron com- ing on shorts at a. m. the morning the disaster occurred. She drifted and bounded along the outer edge of the bar. and finally struck broadside on the Head. The shouts anil screams were Other Mighty Interesting Miscel- i heard on board the stranded vessel; saw Turkey Goes to Roost, and the Russian Bear Sucks His Pa-r'2 for the Winter. Etc., lany. Etc., Etc. i rockets go up, followed by burning '.signals from end so that even light rigging and men could be plainly -eon. A boat on tin1 starboard side. j full of men. disappeared when the fore- mast fell. The shouting arid screaming continued, and m about an hour and a quarter after ho, first, discovered the ship signaling ceased, and all was darkness. O'Neill then went home and.ate his. breakfast and did not rettinu'to the wreck till after sunrise. He knew whc.re the keeper of the life-saving sta- tion lived, only two and one-haif miles Union Pacific train robber captured. coal companies arc putting up jobs to gouge the public. Heavy in the commercial world are very common now. being a fugitive from justice for twelve years, a Tennessee murderer clistanr. he agood boat) a frec wim, will be settled with next Friday. President and Airs. Hayes cel- ebrate their silver anniversary next Monday. We wish them a happy New Year. Cincinnati Commercial ought to be in better business than trying to stop a row between Mexico aud the United States. O'Neil. for twenty years an engineer on the Chicago and Alton road, murdered in the street by a con- cealed assassin. commercial called now discussing the propriety of a reduction of the price of country hotel from to 50 pel- day. to go aud return inside of lloanoke' Wand, and yet he remained silent and indifferent for three hours. The report concludes: It is shocking to record that out of ninety-one bodies found, about twelve of whom were officers, not a single, trinket, such as would be deemed a relic by relatives of the dead, was found on the and chains-', money, and even finger-rings, had been stripped off by those who first found the bodies as they washed up. Good evidence of this is found in the case of Lieut. Simons, whose third and fourth fingers of the left hand had been scratched aud gouged by robbers its their haste to secure their ill-gotten booty. 'I EWSPA.PERI   

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