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Globe, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1878, Atchison, Kansas THE GLOBE. A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Cab and Gossip, and Paid Locals, PRICE, TWO CENTS. ATCH1SUN.K8, JANIURY -i, 1878. VOL. i. NO. 13. Important to Young Men! Handkerchiefs. Suspenders, Xeck wear. Glove-. Hals and Underwear, etc., CENTS' EMPORIUM. I a herow. and sed 1 shood travel the I beleeve I cood maik the old thing pa. ernor, in which he told them that it 'rest uv the wa like a gentleman, ij Yore herow ic trend. was through no good will of his own or knowcd I a herow. but I didn't j CKAH. ofthe Democratic party that they were 1 let on, so 1 got a tree ride kieen ru Xn P. wood a letter tind Nell-, able to celebrate the day that he bail done all lie could to prevent their free- dom, and with hi.- party di-pufed ilie 1 constitutionality of the reconstriieiioii acts. j Speaking of fat ofliees. it is announced Our Exchanges. York in Ole Pulman's kar. I didn't mind the braikman a callin me a herow, cos he giv me a ride, but wen a ole gen- palled me on the lied and called me a herow. i got spunky riteawa, and 11 to'e him he wnz a herow his.-elf. lie .-eemed highly and ialt'ed bar- Year to be reduced-to an equivalent to to the Engli.-h Bench, with Si'UKK) a The fee tor registration of letters in England is from the opening of the-Xew ihat three .Iiulges are to he added j lily at my cuttin retort, and then he VVKBEU, loll urc -nit? ma inler i w JA. NOKTON "old and Jewelry, otr C D CUtA-. N. UKU.Ml-.U. Lara- pen in the adwanccmeiit uv pure j lu.i.-s and be-t of good- in liu-, .-ed L lied displaid a werv e-t Fact, KLLS i K ULLY, (ii-om-s. keep t-v-! Iheir line, and -ell right. Kile me wot herow inent. and yo oei i yore life f puffed mi wi' wanity. He wanted to beer my .-towry.and wen 1 lole it tn him in mi u-iiall ,-trateforard 1 bed ipi'uted hoam on ak- i i kount uv dverbearin and krnel parients. I in favor uv mi a H. .-ALl.MiKK .cos. XK..''i D H. T. l'UArl'( U.mifopathM. UlHi-o in Burins' Moi-k, 5li uni'l KUAL i_J Pro. inoal lirki-U CorSl independanii! .-peril, and ihei L wood maik mi wa in t.he, wuild in sjiite thedkkini-. (Hesefl in ,-pite uv hell, but don't like tn rite prowfaniiy. T f 1 L'S. I'.KANU-NKIt, ilaiiiu'rot'thb "0. U. V T CiG.ut, :iinl dealer in -inokor'.-, 0 iA.-. 'IKHHY. Hie.-, .Ma-ic-Man, Alrlii- II L D HKVDXKU, Anheii-t-r Man. 4 eenl-in uur money, instead ot'Sa.- il i year each, and allowance for has previou.-ly been. lOngland derive.- a large revenue from her Post OfHccj St. i.on'H a Department, while ours is managed at reporters are all trying' to get a heavy loss, liatcs for transmis.-ion manager, in are theiv than here, and this is. no iiml when he Peace rumor.- of all sorts are ,o be The latest news received from China t-omul ,lu. II is re- by mail confirm- the inipre.-ion previ-, in ousiy existing that piracy has by no i Arinetiia have been in- ineans been extinguished. strncicd lo favorably all propo- i -iiions looking to a truce, and again thai :mned. and pa-en- hev a Chrisl.slnm mnther.) lie then j me tn return tn my family. Heavily :imu-il ffiiiinl who donlles- ball' all lheill. There are, in faci. 1 has decided to aLk for an ar- It will probably be found that anticipated looued tu and hoackonmakneet i ot ubli the events somewhat, and thai the ,-tispen- renewed signs of a di-iurbed condition j sjon I1O, so ;ll hand VMI- Mm unu.ii-i. n the empiie. j :IS [n. Turkey ha- jl.'i omim-H-ial AU'hi-on. _____ ___I ry nmcli-ty. I gra- l ol BK--I the lattur I pockited wi' mi It' I -lY him' from Canton to the of ,jme ,u in :lL.eonianee During the year twenty-four per-1 with the hint understood to have been KJl'KK lil.'i omi __________________ ___I rv iimai-Tv. i assnuren m... T ri; UIMHMI i i t Li i t sons who once occupied prominent po- conveyed in Kn-.-ia s reply to the hn- i. i.KAni-i'Kn, ..i- tiiinis.1. '-I-'i thet 1 wood return m Hie palernal ridel "lirKSTKKN KJ.hY.VKjiii n K f. HAL- I >V SKY. Grain in car-load IPX -v "U'MI he
evnd li bvcerlm, innil-il bloh-d b> aifunlnamk.d 1 stole a ride on the trucks under a way they have il writle.ii on Ihe The animer.-arv ol' the is.-ning of the Chicago Trilmni! The late-t style in marricil A neighbor of ours came down town this morning trying to remember to have the following articles sent up at once Coal, collce. sugar. (ii.-t, and i were treated to a .-peeeli by the (Jov- Whether there was anything else. NEWSPAPER!
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