Atchison Globe, December 31, 1877

Atchison Globe

December 31, 1877

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Atchison Globe (Newspaper) - December 31, 1877, Atchison, Kansas THE GLOBE.A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Cab and Gossip, and Paid Locals. PRICE. TWO CENTS. ATCHISON. KS.. DECEMBER 31, I>77. VOE. I. NO. 111. Important to Young Men! Handkerchiefs. Suspenders. Neckwear. (»loves. Hills Mini < 'ups. t’nderwear. etc., —at— Chained Lightning! FOURTH EDITION arrival in hostile demeanor; besides. every time unpasted, we halt-way di*-t cried a leer in tile eye of the boy win* loafed then*, as tnueh as lo sty “come    _ in if you dan*." We,had the proprietor figured out as a stout man who would "The Marriage of Geo. Elliott pull down hi* eyc-brows. and proreed lo demonstrate that ad\ertlsing didn't THOMPSON’S CENTS* EMPORIUM. I) ll. SALINiiKK A <<>..< ii; ti I s A I 0 ms. ‘s K ., ’ UM-; * Violin Fair,’f*r (ill NS. N . Ina.NI KH, Colleens wa ic hnig-j ext house it I ti i ho-l stork Mi gao<l> in tin-\\ cst. Fart, we assure you . I) L ( ( II Ii. -J I. THAU UKK, l(oMH‘o|.athist noire in Humes’ Olork, f>12 I mii’l si. SCHAAK, I’m. Five meal I icker- Cm* $1. IFS HUA NI INK Ii, Maimfi Mi The Mi. ll. f Ckjau,” aitil Healer in ■'lunker*,* goods. I ll A^ M»II. TI.KUA , Hoss Miimc Man, Atehi-I >mii ’ I rail to see him he ti ma1 hit v iiiir HK A l»S KU, the Merry \nliAeer Man , A jfooii man to know Kl HK Ii A MIN", 11 hies anti heather jm Ola ( oimnevrial si reef, Atchison. I) VV T. HK A I)Kl Hil>. a1’ I Min i si. Hest organs au<I piano-- Hkst ikkms. r Ks I KUN KKK\ VTOlM'.i. K. I’. H.M.-skv. (.rain wanted in cnr-load lots. Oils HOI Si;, Atrhi.MHi. Kiin-n-. ( . I liens us A I m , Proprietor;-. I.endiuy; hotel of the Missouri Valley. Kvery modern convenience and improvement. r|^ Al. Pl KIU K, Attorney at Kaw, Atchi-E • aoli. I Mice in Heiherinjrton hank hl’k. 1)» >K II Kl-; Ii A KH KH ii A Kl). Dry Hoods A: Not ions, HD ('oui 'I st. T Ii. Hum K, Manufacturing I onfection-• cr, all ( i un ' I at. AV hole-a Ie ami feta ii IT CKK iii Is- —Iioss place, upposite the J HigOtix. Tax lur A » rare. IKKKli’ s KKsT AI K ANT —Five meal tickets tor a dollar. Me lls at all hours. KT III Kl Si rd UN s k\( ll A NKI. K AN K —(General hanking hu-ine-- transacted. w r|>KhuKK buying a Railroad Ticket,-cee y AV Monks, 212 (onmiercial stiver M (WK KA A hl.KN , Wholesale Druggist*, Atehi-on. < ompete with anybody I NI II jr VITI Ii I .NS A liliU., Wholesale Kintiors IV ( all lor the * ‘ AI tv T.. ’ ’ ami try it MANTIA ll AN Fire lim. Co., of V A h. A Alderson, resilient agent. KF!. IA AslAIPsuN, Furniture. I.argest hoii-e in the A alley. nil (GKO. h. HK AV is, Physician and surgeon, Atchison. Ii on ms anti o Iii ce, alo ( nmmereial -rivet, up stairs. CANVASSING. Our Man Tells His Experience. Perhaps tile most trying ordeal a nam eau be called upon to pass through, i is lo can Vass a si range city tor ;«ti atli- I cie of undecided or unrecognized merit. I I On tin* same principle I hat a man I shivers before jumping into tile liver) early in Hie spring, the eanvrsser eon-I (‘hides that he will not enmmeiiee where' Ik* first intended to. hut rushes off to the bottom of the street to bra re up his I courage. This was exactly mu* experience. We.had intended to present our first card at Kelsey Simpson's, Gut as it looked ti little (hill about there, we reconsidered, and concluded to begin at the lower end of Commercial street instead. We happened to Im* somewhat acquainted wit Ii the inhabitants of the A. Sc \. railroad office, and anc rushed boldly in then* as though ii was the easiest-thing in the. world to bore people to death with a small gimlet. It is not our purpose, however, to give a minute description of our experiences and travels. Intl simply to note a few of tin* more noteworthy incidents. I here is a certain store on ('nmiiier-eial street that we were irresistibly convinced would he a bad plat e to go into. There was a peculiar twist to the sign. and the articles iii the window seemed pay, and that la* viewed lite increase of newspapers with an alarm only equaled by the mud and slack trade. 'Vt* .always somehow managed to think of important hilliness at the oilier when we came to thi* store, and persuaded ourself to believe that we hadn't time to reach ii for several days, hut finally we pulled up our coat collar, gruffed up a little*, and determined to beard the lion in his den. We asked ti genteel, pieas-ant-lnoking gentleman if anc could see Ila* proprietor, whereupon he said certainly. for la* was that party himself. C andidly, not to moralize at two great ti length, ant* think Ave have never met a tilter man. or oik* better calculated rn inspire a timid canvasser with centi deuce. Ile invited us lo come again; offered us a cigar; said any little expense we made him was all right ; >aid we were a goof! oui* (a pure fabrication, hut bless him for it!) and cordially shook hands at parting. There was another man we had anxiously Availed to call on. tor from his reputation aud appearance, we imagined lie would at. once Hike ii- into his confidence, and give us a column advertisement. But la* didn't. Ne said la* couldn't afford to invest ten cents a week in anybody's newspaper and kept on reading a paper la* had borrowed from a shoemaker next door w ho took all the papers la* could get. dust as sure as we pictured a man to he pleasant countenanced and jolly, he turned out to he as sour as an owl. and if la* took the paper at w as with the distinct understanding that la* didn't w,ant it. ( hi tla* other lanai, if w e expected to call on an iceberg, we found him a thoroughbred, and immediately took a vow that we would cultivate his acquaintance. it is our experience that when a man treats you gent eely to begin aa itll. before knowing you business, la* will do the hest he clin for you, and regret that he canl't do more. But we are suspi-pieiotis of a man that limits up a pair of specs, and spells your card ovei carefully with the air of a man reading a death warrant. If he says that it's a nice day. or asks you how you like Ila* town, your east* is hopeless. and Victoria Woodhull Contradicted. Progress of the French Revolt Against Dictator Crant. A Man Steps on an Orange Peel without Fatal Results. The Rothschilds Offer to Pay 30 Cents on the Dollar. ; Discovery of a Short Road that has no Turn. The Usual Weekly Revolution in Cuba. The Bank of England Closes its Doors -for the Night. Charley Ross Finds Himself. The “Little Globe s’’ African Correspondent Meets Stanley on the Ijijih River. Bob Ingersoll Joins the Methodist Church. Other Mighty Interesting Miscellany. Etc., Etc., Etc. —Therein an official to every eighth private in our army . —('tinkling is trying to give Secre- \V(* (‘Tin fully recommend a man who ! tory Evarts Ila* grand bounce. don’t shave, and is not choice of his j words. Me may abuse you at first. hut ! he patient ; you'll find him willing to j hear y our little story, and before you leave, will recommend a friend. A j man who can a Do rd it. and don't wear) good clothes a alai shirt collar, usually ! has a mighty big heart in him, for la* I remembers when la* was poor himself. I la* worst Dx we have yet got into was w hen we asked for the proprietor, and it proved to Im* a lady. While w e j have the greatest admiration for the I sex. from some inexplicable weakness, one of them behind ti counter scares the life out of us like a ghost. But bless you she took the paper, and even went so tar as to say she liked it ! 'The most general fiction resorted to is the demand for your line of goods they expect, to experience in a few —A Philadelphia paper refers to ('hi eago tis “that Western village." —“Shall sectional strife la* renewed?" is now agitating the papers Unit print editorials. — Au Eastern exchange is alarmed at tla* prospect of our only representatives at Paris being squashes aiel pumpkins. —tS'ot withstanding the fact that every defaulting hank claims to be aide to pay out in full, did any of them ever do it ? —Secretary Evarts has been suspected of aiding and abetting the knaves and Dads who are endeavoring to foment a war with Mexico. —'flte New York San gives elaborate reports of tla* reception of Kx-(Governor Hayes in that city. hut iie\cr mentions that President Hayes was in tow n. —Tla* report of tla* commission ap ium ('ariosi J a air lei low. u hat with being ordered out of Prance and refilled admPdoH to Spain. Duds himself, as it were, between tile devil and the dt*ep sea. -The poorest family now i- the Vanderbilt family, with their scores of millions of nmtiey . I heir consuming greed, t licit self defiled home. urn! tla* hoiuid-!(*•" contempt they have sn justly pt'n-voked from mankind. - New \ ork s latest liuanciai ■sensation, the failure ol the hanking house of Netter A ( o.. say s att exchange, is about as disreputable an affair as it well can he. The simple facts of the rn>e. as thus far ascertained, show that the Netter brothers captured ali the money that they could lay their hands on, aud — when it became impossible longer to conceal their thieving—took t>* their heels with what remained lo them of tile spoils. This case. as stated by their assignee, i- arranged a little ditferently trout the foregoing, hut iii all essential respects it is tla* same. According to this source the members of tile linn speculated with margins; were “imlor-tunaie," and have left town temporarily, iii order to he “spartaI tla* annoyance ut interviews" pent ling ti settlement tieing eflected with their creditors. It is worthy of notice that iii this case, as in other recent cases, a reputation lur integrity has been Used as tilt* fulcrum upon which thinly to rest, the lever of rascality; that the roguery of Birlinn has been successful exactly in proportion to its high standing for honest “    c"* dealing. file mohicnttis regularity v\ itll w hich good men an* going w rong nowadays is becoming, to say the least of it. depressing. —lion. \\ . E. ('handler, the New Hampshire member of the Republican National ( dmmittee. has addressed an open letter to the Republicans ol New Hampshire, in w hich lie make- a number of explicit and interesting statement - concerning alleged bargains made during the electoral count aud their .alleged fulfillment, by the adoption aud pursuance of the President's “Southern policyAfter referring lo tla* declarations of Ila* ( incinnati (’(invention aud of (Governor Hayes' letter of acceptance in regard to the protection of Southern citizens in the free enjoyment of all I heir l ights, Mr. ( handler asserts thai the Republican party, by the advice and procurement of (Governor Hayes, made “the necessity of keeping federal power iii Republican hands aud Using ii for the protection ot black and white Southern Republicans" the main issue of the Presidential eant-paigli. Ile says :    “The    ‘bloody    shirt,’ tis ii is termed, was freely waved, aud (Governor Hayes himself urged prominent public men to put forward as our hest argument the dangers of rebel rule and a solid South." In this connection la* quotes several expression* from Gov. Hayes' letter of November 8th, 187D, w hen the lat ter thought himself defeated, and said:    “I do not core for myself, *    *    * hut I do care for the poor colored men of the South. *    *    * Northern men cannot live there and will leave. * * * The Southern people will practically treat the constitutional amendments as nullities, and the colored man's fate will la* worse than w hen he was in slavery. *    *    * Thai i> the only* reason that I regret that the new s is as it is." weeks, when they w ill certainly remem- J pointed by Secretary Sherman some her you. putting your card careful Iv j months ago to examine into the rollaway to remember the address, tis i duct of the Bureau of Stat istics is not though they wouldn’t miss it for any- j very fluttering to Hr. Kit ward Young, thing iii the world.    1    j    the chief of that bureau. While making out your lists of the poor you intend to help this winter. don't forget to leave a cold buckwheat (Tiki* at tile house of the widdow with nine children.a ;