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Globe, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1878, Atchison, Kansas THE GLOBE, A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Cab and Gossip, and Paid Locals, PRICE, TWO CENTS. ATCHISON, K3., JANUARY 3, 1878. VOL. 1. NO. 12. the admission with be sor- i and so told her. although she firmly de- j came convinced that her mind was be- ry to hear of my determination to, clared that it could not have been more coming afteeted, and at once resolved leave, for the niche 1 have lilled has natural or distinct. She said that every I to quit the. house and the town. I Important to Young Men! Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, JNJeekwear, niy (.Quests Ol- niySelf and wife ways doubly-locked tlic bed-room door, j attended with dread. Hats and Caps. in a very dismal and there was the same pattering of little I will not Llame anyone for doubting j certainly been a most ordinary one. i night, alter we had retired, there was a j Notwithstanding the fact that recurrence of it, and although she al- dreaded a recurrence on her account, not my n, for thev have never been Underwear, etc., THOMPSON'S CENTS' EMPORIUM. 75 sets of and Children's Furs at cost. 20 Children's Cloaks at cost. 50 Ladies' Cloaks at reduced prices. 65 Pieces Dress Goods at Cost, 5O Pieces Canton Flannel at Cost. _____ 1 IT-____ H.IVL Clancy Go's No. 411 Commercial St., ATCHISON, KANSAS. frequented part of the town, we man- feet to and from the deserted room what 1 have written, for had I not wit- aged to get along very comfortably and across the hall, as if our darling it, would doubt it myself, contentedly until about two years ago. I was playing, playing, always Al- j There are i o persons in this town who when a most melancholy and deplora- j though I refused to believe could, if called upon, at least certify ble circumstance little' it. I nevertheless resolved to lay awake that 1 left a lucrative business to avoid girl, not yet five years old. died on a j thai night and listen, but in spite of my the pattei, patter ot the feet I loved so cold, stormy in mid-winter, kiss- resolution, I went off into a light doze, well, and they can testify that my wife ing u-< both good-bye as if going to I do not know the hour, but it was late, is a broken, miserable and unhappy sleep. I will not attempt to describe whet: f was disturbed by my wife ris-j woman from the same cause, our great grief, or our humiliation when ing in bed. IJemembc-ring that 1 had j I give thoe facts to the world simply nobody but ourselves and the grave-1 intended to keep awake, without giving j because they are curious. 1 cannot, ex- digger followed the dear little body to I evidence of it, 1 quietly listened. Cer- j plain 'e-ApiffirHww the grave. It would be impossible, and j tainly there wjis a pattering of feet, and a- I am not a man to attempt impossible j although I had carefully locked the things. Our residence being a long way out, I dies, etc. TA. XOR'IOX iteMJS, Gold and Silver site! D. W.EUKK, Clothing, r'nrnifcliing tiood-s, etc. SuiU made to order. iUUCom'ldt. 1I. b cos. XTonac- 'Vanity yueeusttsire. Laig-- lioa-e and stock of goods in tlie vitiasouve you. at ,1. '1 'IIIATCHKJ Uflice in liiirntta' bloul 1 door, it was gbuuling .wide open. Mv i wife called to as though it were the child in life, and asked it to come to her. Theresas a little hesitation, and the and my business requiring the closest, attention, I never went home for din- ner at noon, but it was an invariable j steps came softly to her side of the bed. custom to spend my eve.n'mgs at home, i she said, "if it is you, kiss arriving sometimes as late as seven your distracted As certainly o'clock, and going down town again early in the, morning. After the death ftf our little girl. J more than ever re- gretted the necessity of leaving my as J live, 1 heard the scrambling up on I will laughed at by many, but those who have followed their hopes to an early grave, will give me sympathy, U" not credence. The recent death of Thomas F. jlig- ginson, a popular barber who for twen- ty years managed a
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