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   Globe, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1878, Atchison, Kansas                                THE GLOBE. A Daily Evening Poster Devoted to Cab and Gossip, and Paid Locals, PfllCE, TWO' CENTS. ATCHISON.KS., JANUARY 5, 1878. VOL. i. NO. 14, Important to Young somebody if i didn't shell "out. advi-od liiin not to kill Our Exchanges. Handkerchiefs. Suspenders, Neckwear, Clove-. Hals and Caps. Underwear, etc.. ____ i THOMPSON'S CENTS' EMPORIUM, "KJ.LS 15AIUOY, (.JrocCM'S. keep w- me till 1 got baek. as it would do him no particular good. But if he hun- Springfield. Mr. Bimn ha- been a suc- cessful banker in tin- for many years. As a banker he flic respect and eonlHlence of the genera! gered and thirsted after my life ho might pop away; he would tiud the money in my side coat pocket. You see I wasn't a bit scared. I've bad them things pointed at me before.: When 1 wa- a cashier of a hank in Texas, a son-of-a-gun came in one I'liicaifo 'Inbuilt1 There is a proposition on foot, but of course it is simplv ridiculous, to marrv f, public as well as of all the hank- awl the Colorado stone man to the peirilied i i other financial in-titnlioir girl ot North l-arohna. as they arebotli i such hardened characters. rhe trouble j with Mr. Bnnn is that which art'eris so many. The shrinkage in value of all 1 h'denco pending the -tringont measures ,0 -m uimith lus lhe "r several years that the month _ mornim.-and leveled his shootmu'-iron ot slimv" mi-v of Mr. Bunn has a large j "HI... national indebtedness. The .Mexican journal- are nor more to lake property on which he Had loan- al n j persona] alfronf. and 1 told him he had C better put the thinir down, as it might i ''''liable than they are newsy. They re-, ed money, and has thus become imoros- aecidenlallv olT: that he  !lir silvcr- Tlle over llH' llis I'one.-- CKIAII." :iiui iK'si'k-r in .-mukiT'-   exeiled that T feared well accept the inevilable. ''loi-er every day._______ IT L. D good fJ (Vn. A great fault of the newspaper-- of The London Tiiiies. which has all MJ.NS, iiides :md LuaiiHT. .myself until the (rouble blew over. And! along deprecated any public i to-day is their entire adaptability to the ixiei.un. m England regarding (he war, ba.siinal-1 ,i i ol men alone, the ladies seldom dial iv cadei' upon the Liberal leaders tur OK! IJojuaievoiul nlreul, Aiciii-on. T. 51i Isilli'l 5-1. BUST ----------------1__ bank not lo blame for the fail- whether ihev will support the (Jov- i i.' i> 11., __ KLKVATUKI o. 1'. IUi.- sr.v Umin Htuilt'd in 'IS lIOlTSIi, AtuhUun, ol'llii' Valley. O'J rp 11. I'lKKU'L, Attorney :it UIY, AU-.lii- We did not .-peculate in any-; eminent, in ease lhe question ol war We loaned our depositors': eome.- to a in Parliament. There money on good real e-tate security mi-, ;s certainly a great s-iguilicaiu-e in its til il wa- all gone, when a rush was j declaration thai the lime for silence has made on the bank. Of eour-e we could passed and the hour for decided .-pooch pay. so we had to close. I went j ha.-come. The not lead, that bank with and came imt al wafvs follows, public opinion. tinding an item or paragraph that can possibly be eiui.-lruod to intere.-l them. Some ol those days, if proper nrraiiifi- monl-can be made, we propose to pub- lish lu ice a week I wo or more columns 4tu w JONK-. -I- l.'ailrosiil Ticki'i, -ee C. i oiuincrc-iiil nlreci out a poor man. I turned everything over to my creditors, which is more A banker in a neighboring town went in- H. onlccliini- o er, nil Coin'l '.i. i-i-tsiil. than some men have done. to l on and in two l'IKkit Aluhison. Cnniiu'le he clo-ed his doors with liabili- ties and no assets. He -pecnlaled in o'l place. corn. A banker in our tend slu'Jl be lurnished us by those mo-t and which have every as- .-uraiiei- they do. A club of young Wendell Phillip-, having completed any askance I heir gen- his lecturing ibrough the (lenieu friends niiglil bo capable of ren- West.ba-reiurued to Bo-ton to spend make the sociely depari- Ihe holidays. The Hem Id of (hat city uient hiirbly interesting, while the mat- has interviewed him as to hi- observa- tion- and impre.s-ion.s of Western M'titi- ment on the silver Mr. I'hil- these item-will be pub- would no doubt materially assist in tiishions. home. etc. _J meui i aii'o. tii-ki-ls for :i dollar. Me-.il.-> nt nil hour-. IT K lips says lhal he was a-loni-ned at lhe and Saturday privfouiul. intense feeling on the remon-1 evenings, and we hereby invite conlri- subject, uhich eiiually per- Ijnlion- from the people of Ihi-city who Availed lhe rank- of both parlies. The i ;m. intccc.-ted. We, don't waul and had alway- praled about know under a short lime i mm Jlis liabilities exceeded his assets, iccanse be was a deacon in AMIATTAX l-'i.i! i of N I.. A. roidcnl nst'iit. ----------------._ people didn't on-- him a bit. but sympathized with him in bis Ihov called it. True, a D ll. ChO iti'on, lio nlreol, iiphtan regarding the Paris stylos, but of I ho in the West, he -ays. lhal there mn.-t i ]-ite things in Alchison, nor will we boa change in the financial policy of lhe publish a plan lor buildiuga nine story rinvorir.nHil. lie he to' lisuse at an eslimaled of S50.000. more Hum Curly Western audiences as We want -omelliim'practiele and c.om- delormmation o choke -the old hvpo-'r ,1 (i, i thai he sur-, muii seine. Po-ilivelv no room for onto, but Ihev were iiromntlv frowned i rounded everywhere by men who French or Latin expressions, or compo- ed him to discn-s (he monolary epics-: siiions spring. Send us anything lion. "The wi-h to hare silver remon- concerning parlies, balls, fash- :1and was accordingly enabled to pay ;ls iinil'-iii-- down by the church people. Ill amUiiliw, sin idated in bogs. Bui I didn't speculate. A "BUSTED" BANKER. sixty cents on the dollar. Bnl as 1 am an unrighteous cuss, people think 1 have. He Relates His Story in the Hear- deliberately swindled them. unanimous as any ion. a way to cook beefsteak, hatid- more than nincleen men out schools, choirs, church news, gossip, that idea. babies, arrivals and doparluros, VNeroll.osc who could ill allbrd to Tlle flueMion :lllli w> Ki an old friend' formerly of his town thev felt rather Moomv iv :l lilir url.v <'Ias-ihed. Weal- bul now a resident of Afc'hi.-on. Ho hnf fbnr ih'at redi.-cn-M'd by (he divine-. 'I'ho re-, ready have the promises of Ihree emi- ing of a "Globe" Reporter. He was IVom Arkansa-.and wa- talkino- -The men who complained the lea-t said. in reply lo the que.stion as to liow (jij bn, unavoidable Thev knew i "r lho nently re-pectable and intelligent la- Hie doctrine ofeverla-t-S di tho people look the news of his failure instilu- some ot them were in favor of, tion- -that il couldn't live without tWlun' 1llc banging, some in favor of shooting, bul ronago. So many bank failures had j the mass of lhe populace nnaiii- people cautious. They were j mousiy in favor of administering tome to deposit, and accordingly1 lo contribute. The real name be given in all cases, but only ;is voked a great deal of critici-m in the 'a guarantee of good faith lo She editor. Ea-l in clerical circles. The orthodox who i- ninety years old. and a good clergy of Philadelphia are organixed, hand at keeping secrets. I.oook mil a coat of far and feathers. The mo-t (heir ifioney in their-locking- I wilh ft'U' illto i for the tirsl inslallmetit next. Wednes- violent werotbose who wro the ,uotiey in i Jdj ilu; day. and try and send in something be- est and bad lo.-l the least. Kor instance, j ;UM] it up in nnttresH'- !tlay lilsl the ['w'thal inilu lmw there was Deacon Uooliltlo. who lost i'm-if- bow il came that. I failed ject ofllcll. The result of the di-ctis-, you uant to abuse, sail in. Questions sixty dollars, and is worth his f.ftv i --iv.ink ihihn-es com- sion was the adoption of the followingjanswered, and M, forth. ,ank failures have just fairly coni- thou.-and, declared lhal a rope was too nieuced. In the next few months bun- good for I ought to be drawn and quartered. One man who lost SI05 followed me all the way to the train the morning 1 left town, begging me lo give him his money, lie said he was lie must have bis dred-of them will collapse. I knowj whereof I speak. don't want any more banking in positive resolution, on motion of Hev. Or. Swain, by a rising vote: StuU-sOmsshopiKir Onn- ef.d, That we put on record, as ollr 1s '.sense of this body, ihat the old mvl :it 1 dox doctrine of future and endless pun- An appropHa- i.shment ot the finally impenitent i- There may be a more aggravatlW j firmly held by all Evangelical or mv life, lie bad followed circumstance in the worktthan to coniftJ of this day within our limils. me prepared for the worst, and lie pro- i down at four o'clock in the.rnorn-K 'j'he. people of the State will hear with diieed a revolver from his pocket, and u lire and lind the tnatehes and regret of the failure of Ja- said he might have occasion to use it all but we doubt it. cob Bunn, the well-known banker of for the aid of UK; commission is to f solicited. As long as grasshoppers, and potalo-lmgs destroy the crops of western farmers, reliable information foncerning lhp.se pests, theirhabite, and the methods of destroying them will be worth all the money i IN SPA PERI NEWSPAPER!   

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