Atchison Globe, January 4, 1878

Atchison Globe

January 04, 1878

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Atchison Globe (Newspaper) - January 4, 1878, Atchison, Kansas THE GLOBE,A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Gab and Gossipy and Paid Locals> PRICE. TWO CENTS.ATCHISON. KS.. JANUARY J. 1578. VOE. I. NO. OI Important to Young; Men! Ia herow. ami sol I shorn! trawl tin* --rest uv tin* wa like a gentleman. I Hamlkeiehiels.    ktiowed I wuzii't a herow. but I didn't Siispi nd( is,    wo    |    „-0f    ;i    ride*    kleeti    tit    Nu Neck twat.    York iii Ole Pittman** kar. I didn't Gloves, I lai s ami ('ups. I mlervvear. etc., THOMPSON’S CENTS’ EMPORIUM. NY J. C D f KfJ> Ac UMI.KY, Oiocers, keep everything in their lim*, ami '<‘11 rijrht 1 York iii < Hi* Putman's kar. I mind the bra i kina ti a cabin mea lierow, J cos lie giv me a ride. hut wen a ole gen-! delilah patted I ne* on the lied and called j me a lierow. I got spunky rite awa, and j tole him lie wuz a lierow hisself’. Ile seemed highly amoosed and kitted har- r- . I lily at m\ euttin retort, and then lie; Watches, Jewelry, ete. Repairing. •X WKBKK, < hailing, Furnishing Duo)!-, ete. ''nits made to order. .‘IKM oiu’l-t. II. > A Ll Mil. It AL < o., I ig.irs A I ul»a« -ens. *S & K .,’ Me; ‘ Vanity Fair, ’ 5e. I rents in our money, instead op s as it tole me wot herow merit, and yo bet has previously been. England derives yore lite I un/ puffed up wi* wanity. : a kugr revenue from ber Post Ofllce He wanted to been’ my stow ry. and wen I Department. while ours is managed at I tole it in bim iii mi lienal I strateforard J :l heavy loss. Pates for transmission stile—bow I lied quitted Imam on ak-1 an1 less there than here', and this is. no kount uv overbear! ii and kriiel paiients. doubt. one among the many reasons for who wiizii’t iii favor uv mi wielrlin a I the difference. I beleeve I rood utaik the old thing pa. ertmr. in which lie told them that it Volt* herow ie trend.    was through no good will of his own or Joh.vny ('nah. of the* Democratic party that they were P. S. — \\ lier wood a letter tim! Nell- able to eelebrate the dav : that he had sun Abhutt ?    >E    C.    done all In* eon Id to prevent their five- • dom. and w itll his partv disputed the Our Exchanges.    eonstitutionalit$ of the reconstruction Ctlobe-lKMIliMTHt.    ,l< s‘ 'file tee for registration of letters iii Sjieaking of fat offices, it is announced England is from the opening of the New that three new Judges are to be added Year to be reduced to an equivalent to to the English Brin k, with .>2.">.000 a year each, and 2*2a.(HMl allowance for (lli.\s. \ RP),MPR. Queensw are. Largest home anti tx*"! "turk of goods in lie* W est. Filet, we assure von D I ( 0 II 1 I) NY IL .1 I I HAK HK It, Homeopathist Oiliee iii Hurtles ’ block, 512 < oui’I st. KHAL TKNDKK KKsTAI UAM W M J Sen a \v, fro    Ki\e i lien I    ticket.-, for $1 I CS. BK A NDN KR, Manure of the “ii. It. J ( n.ah,” and dealer in smoker’s goods. HA> TK RHY, Ross Music Man, Atchison. Don’t fail to sec him before buy ing fusile pen in the adwaneement uv pure literal nor-—lie sec) I lied «Espial* I a vvery iiidejiemlaiuit spent, aud the! I wood rnaik mi wa iii the w ti rid iii spite uv— the diekuns. (He sed in spin* uv hell, but don't like iii rite prowtanity. I hey a Christsium muther.) Ile. then adwised me til return til my family, who wit/ dont less hail’ distracted at 'I lie latest news received from China bv mail confirms the impression previously existing that piracy bas bv no means been extinguished. Every coastwise steamer leaving Canton is clerk s. St. Collis is blest wit Ii a baby-show . and the reporters, an* all trying to get into the confidence of the manager, in order to find out beforehand when lie intends to abscond. Peace rumors of all sorts are to Im* found iii the cable dispatches, lf is reported that the Russian commanders in Bulgaria and Armenia have been instructed to receive favorably all propositions looking to a tnice, and again that Iv I PKK Sc M PV J m til A I oinmereial T. BRADFORD « organs aud pianos. rKSTKRN WLK V Al OKI »». F. P. 11 \i.-skv. ii rain wanted in car-load lot-. Oils Ho KSK, Atchison, Kansas. i . ( III'unKs Sc IO . Proprietor.- Pending hotel of the Missouri Valley. Kvery modern convenience and improvement. M. PJKKt K, Attorney at Kau, Atehi-X. « son. < mice in Hetberington bank bl’k. Pi»K11 KK R A KUK KHAKI), Dr ;- . » als A Not ions, 41!) ('oui 'I st, heavily armed, and the native passel!- rl,e Porte has decided to ask for an urgers. it present in any numbers, are    jt    will probably be found that kept below vv it Ii a heavily armed guai d t|J(, nt*vvs-g-;itlje-D*m^ have autieipatetl ,    .    * . iii ii mounted o\ cr them. I belt* are, in tact. , eve„|s somewhat, and that tilt* siispen- 1 lit* abseils)* UV their lioblll boy (tie al-    -Jim*    .do    iii-.! mhod eiitif lit ii lh •    I.,    .... •    lenewoi signs oi a <u>tutiM u lommion , sj0|, «,#• li«Hitit*< is not so near at band looiled til me), and lie ack tim pa kneed ..noddi.. r^Jii.o- oil ovor tho omnii***    ....    ... , .    ./    ,    ,,    ....    1    .    m purim ret ling ail ovti int t input. M|j (|li> amounts t(l> Turkey bas , the ad w is<* vv I a„.)dolEi? william, wieh tv., iii. t *.. o t.»i. t. i f Lo I w) i*d#*r< . d* 1\ o sh iro r .    ..    ,    ,    .    .    . , .■    !    .    .    4    w    .....    .    Horn i anion to nu hoi tit is or ivasiigai. i,;mnv bail time to act iii aeeordanee Hides and Leadier, j the Int t it I* I pock lied wi tm eu-stuma- .    .    ,    ,    ..    .    .1    ,    ,    ,    ,    *    ,    I    luring    the    past    year    twent v-toiir per- vv itll tin* bint understood to have been iv rnodistv. I grushuslv asshtired him    ,    *    . .    *.    ......    .    ... ;    ,    ,    sons vv ho once occupied prominent po- eonveved iii Russia s reply to the Clithe! I wood return til the paternal rule . .    ...    .    .    ,,*    ,    ,    ,    , ,    sitioiis iii tlieu* profession, in businsss or ghsh note, aud it may well lie doubted ez soon ez I bed seen the grate metrop- .    .    .    .    ..    .    ...    ,    .    .    *    ... IU society, ended their lives by suicide. VV bet lier t lie Porte will readily consent BKADNKR, the Men \ Vnheu-erMan , A good man to know . ired, Atchison. 51*2 < nm I st IO- I I KUM* IWM NY B M It. HOWK,.Manulaclai io.. )*r, 511 < 'oil! ’I -t. VV hole-a on ct) ioii- i od i el ai I K KOKI: haying:! Railroad I if kd , cc I VV .Ionics, 212 < ommririnl -ired < PIKKA At.KKN, VVJiole de Drugg Alebi-on. < ompete w itll anybodv obis. bv vv i < * 11 I men! Nu York. Well, I went on tit Nu Y ork. savv all the grate sites, svvaggured about fur a few weeks ez bee ii rn a lierow. aud then returned bourn. Shell I desk ii he the frenzied joy uv mi pat ients and sister Sal at the return uv the prodigal! -un? Shell I tell how tim khasped me til their respeck ti vt* harts, and reigned leers upon mi -oft, liaxiin kin I-V Niheli I tell ho* 'he ole governor (I got the! **.\-prosliiin fnmi mi svv<*ll akqiiaintain es in Xii N’ork) thrasiied me on tin* da uv There wen* four military men, two in lo the only terms upon which an arinis-tlie Turkish army, one in the Prussian, tice would la* likely to be granted— and one in the Engineer ( orpsof the which are. tile evacuation of Erz<*roiim Dinted States. Among the remainder wen* artists, explorers, men of science, judges and representatives of almost and tin* Pamibion fort res so A convention of pedagogues recently met iii a neighboring town, and resolved that vv«* have mon* c urrency, and that ii be somehow arranged that ii be bad in th<* future without ~o much scrambling tor it. A friend who attended in the capacify of a spectator inform'- us that there were three classes NI i KU*: ii’s ata tickets for :i ilolJur Moths at all tmin II'ITI. I*: of is.—Ross chico opposite pie insult iii order to split sum k»rid Ii ii. til J Big otis. Taylor A i racy    go and du it hisself; tbet I bed lived a KKsTAl'KANT. — Four meal life uv indoletise so long filet I lied lost awl blist fur low. plebeiun oekipashuiis. HPI HKRIM. I ON " EXI II A‘a.1. (IWK No. I will dlOl* t lie «*( I I't 111 ore til)* do- —Oeneral banking tai-Dies transacted . most iek scene. But I will sa I his mutch.   ......  ^i,v,,*r        <*«i    "•<*' In* bed thrash)*)! a lierow. be wuz tilled vvi‘    sic-b    eggstn*me    n*morse tb)*t be Kl i wi x y.wiM . ,.x    ,    horned (on I bundled veers time, wi* KKsKV AsIMi’xiN. I urniturc.    v    * Largcsi liouMMii the Valley. iiiturest at ten pur )*)*ut fntm clair cf DU. (.KO.    I..    I.KHI-,    nivalnaiuiml-1.1-    n»r    l>:ul<*    sit nuiytimty.) \v:ii    money I gcoii,    A K*D I sr > n    Rooms    and Ollie*)*,    5lo    bed    J)*t't olden tli«*2.'»    dollars,    and went ) ommc*rci:d street, lip stairs.    . ort    and    got bow im    drunk,    ami emu Imam and beat tin* oh NI K. A. Vlderson, icsidc'iif agent Kl.SLV A vt vii'soN , Fit civ i I iv re. Larges! hou-e in die V'alley\ Y every profession. Ail Engli-b Countess lost h(*r liti* by throwing ltersc*lf from a window while 111 iv Ic *r tin* influence of grief tor tin* deaf of ber husband. According to tin* Sacramento I ut nu, the Mormons resident in California have mi return wen I tole bim, iii repli to bis    nothing    cd    tin*    extiavageut pie- t)*nsions of tln*ir st*)*t since tile tleat Ii <»t ol persons pr)*s)*ut :    (I) Politicians ani- Brigham Young. Tlu* are about I,Odd bilious to g) t beton* tin* people; (2) ot I hem in all, ami they now claim tin* men who wen* so poor and lazy that performance of a miracle bv tile im po- they tim] it convenient to attribute it sition of hands of an ollieiatiiig Eldora! all to the financial system of tho eoiin- one of t h)*ir church ceremonials. Thev try; (ii) men who an* always at public say she was instantaneously ami mime- meetings became they have nothing uioti-ly cured of deafness of lung stand- else to engage their attention. Had ing. and everybody else of common these men resolve)! to work harder and sense w ill reply that all the impostors spend less, we could have endorsed the and tile fools, their followers, are not sentiment with much enthusiasm, hut dead yet.    we have always been backward in ree- The latest New York papers report mnmeuding a bull fora clerk in a elii- thal the Christmas business transacted na shop. JOHNNY CRAB. W e an* not ail advocate of woman, boxed thus Cr has been very niin b better in either contraction br expansion became Mi rush in fur all respects, except furs and other atli- we haven I lie* remotest idea which to Start a in Atchison. linum agin. Imam agin, from a furriii shoat’! Thet's vvat'V Ute matter wi* yore limbic sarvent. Arter mi littel rumpus wi* dad ami main. sisier Sal vv oi I Id bi* im >st beneficial to the interests !_ )>f th)* country, but we certainly have ,f )*)ifttii!)*m*e in the wisiloiu of tin* men at __Sal's ears, and gjv me a He Becomes a “Herow,” and Wants perzoomin to Im* a herow ami a purse- des adapted to an especially )*old win Dimikratic Orgin'’ prowd mom*v-l)*mli*r. I let* Imam the ter. than it was in INTO. Both I he mini-    tin* country, but we certainly hav< Hex da. and la*re I am in At)*bisun. ami hero! buyers aud the loud vadium want a good, soft job—somethin thet a transactions were better, flier)* seem- ^‘1<* head ol tin* nation, al least so tai a> lierow ken vv ark at without a lovveriii cd. bowt*v<*r. a more than usual tlispo- a (pi)*"tion is courcrnul that they are uv hisself. I see vo bey a new sub- sition lo neglect the fancy tor tin* limn* paid to study, ami we are not in a posi-skriber and want 2 extrav earrv**rs. useful articles, and tin* same temleuey lion to praeti)*aiiv nnder-taml. Some ami our hired man.'a few weeks agovv , I picked up mi duds ami skim fur the Atlantic,k koasf. I knovvd tliet it vvoml-)*nt be heltliy fur me t«> sta mini Imam cay longer, so I je> skua, )*z I sed afore. Wen I sa I skim fur the Attiantick koast, doan't understand me in sa fln't I readied thet pint without cay annoy-auiits or t ruhle. Not by eny meet is. I will not aurate my experients in trav- I am I av tin* boys fur yo. pervaded yo vvas manifested even bv those who wert* men are positive that they know a-giv me the bo'-sjn av tin* job.    evidently purchasers )if pre-stmts, This much on every subject as any man that lint this letter is long en ii ti*, I kan*t is a gq<»l sign of tin* times, for New ever walked on two legs, but we have rite long letter** sen ce I hey beearn a York i-in many commercial respects open noticed that tin* great statesmen, herow. I am til indolent. I wood like flit* best pulse horn which a good diag- theologians, editors, tinunders, and rein rite reglarlv fur yore paper, pervaded nosis of the gi*m*ral busbies prospects howue<I men o! whatever station, do yo giv im* a salary sufficient fur a yuth of the country at large can he made. av mi fastiddyous taists, ami pervided j    >    hieago    Iribuin* not hold their position* entirely by )*hanc)*. v)i )lon*t want long h*tters. The Nu 'f In* lat)*st style iii marrie<l naim*s; Nbirk Try butte has bin importuned) me ! Mr. and NI is. Jam* < oombs. fhat'sllie ding, tm ez v<► ait a poll* i*)lituryo kilo fur ja>( p.vv weeks rn rite fur it. but way they have it written on tin* hotel Moire it is voresdt. (I eoodent help [ don't take* cliv stalk in thet sheet registers, goakih if IM tri.) Mi rice it ta sa. thet ; ^U(,. Hori<.t. (rlvalv lvU iL aitei bein put oil tin* tram* »*vrat times j li the Dimikrats will otfur nu* sutli-bv eel tun tiramkal, bloteil eonduektors. ; eient endooseiiients, I will re wive Neil- ffhe annivi*r-arv ol the issuing of tlu Emamipation Proclamation was yes- lulu-iv mrs, eie.,it endooseiiients, I will revvive Nell-I stole a tide oil tlu* trucks under a ■sun Abbutt's old paper, seein thet yo sleepm kar fur about o hundred miles, j    {fe pers way cled ta run a Dimi-| OIVd companies of tin A neigblHir of ours eiime down town this morning trying to remember to have the following articles sent up at ohm* :    Coal,    entice,    sugar,    starch,    hair pins, soda, 'alt. melt. pius, thread, baking powder, apple- , graham, rice. terday cdebrat<*<l by.tlu* colored men of onions, canton Mannd, picture nails. Raleigh. N. C., bv a parade of the col- ‘-Ppd tacks, ted ]M*p[»ei, mat) lie-, '<>r-°    .    „.    . , ghum, molasses, and a dune-, worth of (.randy for tin* children. When we last Stat)* Hiland. , *    .    ...    .    *    * kratie orgin. I think thet, w I eininaiit They were reviewed by (tov. V ance saw flim he had ordered the meat and vaiiKeii im* lint. vv en I .ole nun bow taiunts, I coml run a orgin thet the Dim- and Adjutant-General .Jones, and then onions, ami was trying to remend**r lur I lied rill on the trucks, he sed I wuz ikrat> worn lent view wi* disgust, and were teated to a speech bv the (Jov- whether there was anything el*e. ;