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Atchison Globe, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1883, Atchison, Kansas THEATCHI8ON GLOBE. FRIGID, TWO OBNTB. A'H l-J CLOAKS, DOLMANS NEWMARKETS, Ulsters, Sacques, Circulars, Russians, Dowagers. Ererj kind of Wrap in popular demand, and at all prices, from one dollar to one hundred dollars. re jnst [opened anothtr shipment; the latest atylei the season perfect gtma Bothing like them iff'the city; tttjlts eontrolied by ns. The Garments we offer are models of grace and beauty. The hand of an artist is apparent im the cut, the the style, and the entire appearance. PERFECT EVERY WAY, They are also durable, aid are wanufactuaed from the best Imported Fabrics. NO SHODDY GARMENTS, Ko last year's refuse offered by us. Ererything bright, new, fresh and perfect. Our Cloak Room Is crowded daily. Our are enormous. Look at our PLUSH Garments. Look at oar SILK Garments. Look at our CLOTH fiarmenti. Look at our BROCADE Garments. And remember that we sell them at LOWER PRICES any other house in Itchisoa. CLOAKS at CLOAKS at CLOAKS at 83.00. At 85.OO, at at S8.OO, at I O.OO, At any Price you Require. S. E. NOYES Co. CORNER STORE, Commercial Street, Corner Fourth. lit STOVES AND TINWAiRE, 7IO Commercial Street. celebrated Splondid Low-font, Square Base Burner. Radiant Hard Coal Base Burner. Golden Star Soft Coal Bate Barntr. Guaranteed to give satisfaction, Now is tht time to buy these stoTts. cheap. Call and look at them. A. COMPLETE STOCK OF New Dried Fruit, Such u Canned Peaches, Evaporated Apricots, Calif Pitted Plums, Pitted Cherried, German Imported Uu- pitted Cherries, Dried Black and Raspberries, Very Fine Layer, Bunch, Sullano or Seedier and Valencia Raisini, Ac. Also, it fresh lot of Ma- laga Grapes, at E.G. SCHWEIM'S OBOCCKT. t Fresh Oysters, Beit Goodt and Lowest Prieti. JOHN PERKINS, Tke In Charity. Now that cold winter is anf its cruel handmaidens, Hunger and Cold, wait upon, the peor, let xis not fjrgetthat the gentle ministrations of Charity are doubly blest. The cry that rises from the cold and cheer- less homes of the helpless widow and orphai should penetrate to the inner- most recesses of tho hardest heart. To the selfish let the thought come that DO self-approbation is so cheaply bought and so durable as that w Inch charity leaves behind it. Snle P> nil tn re. ElwoodACo. will sell alaucfiwi Thursday, Novewber 22d, at 10 o'etoek a. m., the entire furaitnre of the house at No. 413 Kansas This furniture is first class, and near ly new. It consists of bed room sets, parlor Mts, and everything bitloBging ant cliwMj housekeeping outfit. SWe poaitife, F.letgH ears fimu the North ai- rived yesterday coverod wiih snow Gi'orjje Tofte iq engaged whim force of men in pliistciius tlje nfl'ico in tho court of llio new palace hotel. Tlie great whistle at the Central Branch shops will blow in future tiy the new standaid time, and the new time has also been adopted by the town clock in the fire steeple. The young ladiea of Trinity Guild will entertain the members and worshipers of the Leonard church at Miss Jewell's, corner Seventh and Kenrney, on Wednesday evening. An amusing story is told on one of the Centra! Branch mail agents. In the vicinity of Ceitralia the letter distributor noticed a girl at about the same every day as his train went by, and thereafter he took particular pains to he at the door, and watch her. Sometimes he dropped off notes, giving Ms address, and beseeching her to write to him. The other day as he went by he waived his hand- kerchief at her, as usual, when he was horrified to see her pull up her clothes, and waive a red petticoat at dim in return. To his great surprise the mail man learned yesterday that the person was an insane woman about to be sent to the asylum. In the police court thii morning a warrant was issued for a certain col- ored boy worked in one of the mills. An officer started off fer the lad, and soon returned with a young mulatto, who was covered with flour. The terrified boy was seated on the prisoners' bench, aid asked what he had to say to the charge of disturbing the peace on Saturday light. "Guil- was the reply, and the fine was about to be imposed when it was dis covered that the officer had ar- rested the wrong perton. The lad was discharged, and the cost of smoking material fur the hoise charged up to the judge. Ladies approve of your smoking Little Joker." Remember that JIM I. TAYLOR CO. are Ihe gentlemen thai retail d gais at wholesale prices. A fine Floiida cigar which has sold for yrtins in tin? market as n choice diuie uincle is sold by Taylor Co. for five ,-rutH. Umi't fuitfrt it, or thai U.ey iipi-nile the leading diug The MANGELSDORK BROS, will for iour winter snppl) it iipplea and polamiH. und gnaianlee .0 fui nitfh tlie best the market affords. The new proprieties of the Skat- ing nuk in Lane's Hull, are giving excellent .satisfaction, as the crowds which attend atteruoon and evening uttest. Go to the NESCI1 meat market, on Sixth street, for fresh und salted meats. Tho best is always the cheapest. Although Champagne Fizz is not an intoxicating drink, J. K. CONSI- DINK, of the Star of the West, does not sell it on Sunday. Six days in tlie week is euoagh for him. Try the now ill ink. Prescribed by It is rarely that a physician will prescribe a proprietary article. This is often the case, however, with Lalle- mand's specific, which is used in reg- ular practice by many first class phy- sicians. It is itself a doctor's pre- scription, and has cured more casee of sout, rheumatism and neuralgia than any medicine made. For sale by all dnlggists. Sold by J. W. Allen Co., Atcluson, Kansas. nn Mnln Nfreet. Mr. Joseph Pies, late of Denver, has purchased tin Geo. Henningcr branch iit'J'27 Main stieet, and invites the people to test his lunch and tap. Everything good to eat and drink. Tlie trains till depiirtrd on standard the church liclN lulled by ard time, the Imtei dining 'ootn peued by lime, tlie aiitvtrt municipal were recorded by Htundanl lime, Hit-police answered to loll cull by standard tiuie id fact, Atchison regulated its yesterday by a time 18 minutes and 21 seconds faster than that in use the previous day. The new time may be said to have been generally adopted in a single day. A great many private clocks and watches are still running 19 minutes slow, but it will not be many days before there will be in Atchisen what has lent been needed uniform system of time. When a com try editor in a moment of suicidal despondency perpetrates a few rhymes, Major Edwards remarks editerially that "the accomplished editor of oar good neighbor, the Bung- town Battle Axe, has dropped inte poetry. We publish some ringing poetical verses from him in "another column." And the next week tbe Battle Axe says the name of Edwards will go thundering down the corridors fame Horace Greeley has been forgotten. These amenities answer the question, is life worth living Field. Since the Kansas City Times Intro duced the word cantatrice inte Kan sas, it has met with great favor from Kansas journalists. A cantatrice isa female professional singer, says Web- ster. Uuder this remarkable defini- tion a trained eat or a mocking bird may be a cautatrice, which is clearly not the iutentien of the Italian con- struction. The word should be used with care. The David Auld and Fanitelroy city bends, amounting to were compromised Saturday night. With the exception of this completes the work of compromising the bonded indebtedness of Atcliisou In this particular, at least, Mr. Burnes is giving excellent satisfac- tion as Mayor, for in seven months he has compromised Thi tenants of the Manley building at the corner of Fifth and Commer- cial, were notified to-day to vacate by tin- 27th, as the work (if tearing down will commence on that date. The new locations of tho tenants have not bsin announced, except in the case of Kslsry Hudson, who will to an upper room three or four doors above. About the most uninteresting Con- gressional prediction we have read if from E. N. Morrili, who has not been to Washington yet. Persons in need of stoves are in vited to remember that II. JOCIIEMS at 621 Commercial itreet, keeps a very complete line at the lowest prices. Specialties: Universal base burners, and superior cook stoves, the best in America for the money. 36tf H. Bradley is now manager of tht Commercial billiard hall, and of the One-Armed Man's Place, on Third street, near union depot. Tot will receive courteous atteution the very best of everything at tht lowest prices at either place. Mtt ALL THE 0. F. one of the most expert operators in the West, and who took for Western Union, be the liiti-pti Ike, will Imvechiirce of tin1 Pacitc Mutual telegraph office in the Board of Trade roouix. The Mutual Union, which con- solidated with the ftesUro Uuiiu -'ii months ago, h.is been revirrd ;o fight the new and hoiiMt Pacific Mutual, and in Kansas City is adrti- tising a night rate of one ceit a woid to St. Louis, Chicago, etc: The wai will extend to Atchison. John Moulton, the Cawker City druggist, has lately been having trouble with his wife, from whom ho is separated, and on Saturday last she walked into his store, and shot him in the breast. It is believed that he will recover. Moulton's mistresses aie the cause of the trouble. No difference what yon want in tto of fruit, nuts or confectionery, you will find them at A. G. Ghio's, at the comer of Fourth and Commer- cial.' In this line Mr. Ghio recognfzes no competition. When E. M. Meinhart gets into his new building, 011 the ground floor, he expects to sbow the people a line of wall paper and decorations which will put hair on their brtasts. Look- out for him January 1st is the day when art will succeed a saloon. "Little Joker" ia the best snoring tobacco. Mrs. Charles Sooystnilh, of Chicago, is visiting al the residence of her father and mother ia Atchison, Gen- ernl and Mrs. Stringfellow. George Brown, one of G. L. Florence CO'B, men, who travels the county with a heavy notion wagon, came in. Saturday for repairs. We regret to learn that Fred Gid- dings is in the dock with an injured knee. Atstm MrFarland, who sings a fliin song with reference to the bal St. Joe, is in tho city. J. Moore, (20 COilEHClAl STIEET. Second-Hand Store. I. C. Stewart has opened a new ond hand store on Kansas avenue, op- posite the Methodist church. Second hand furniture bought arid sold. Ii.MBdTKkfi II. The Messrs. Tabor, who are selling out to leave the city, are offering bar- gains such as other houses cannot afford. They do not wish to tace any goods away with them, but will sell at your own price. Just tho amount and UkMhe article. A few Gnu overcoats and children's suits yet in -.lock. Too Late for Classification. I Iloiist ol flte lonnii In good i nn .Nm h Imiriti et C. Waller i uilnihl u Hall lint illnic Slif WOOD AND HAY. Best bluff ash wood, seasoned, by the car load or cord. Best upland hay, by tht ton or car load. Lowest Prices Guaranteed. MflOLTOB YATES, Utah Avenue and Fourth St. barney Berry'e Celebrated Skates, Snow ShoveU, WEATHER STRIPS. FAUST. KOKE Fresh, Clean, Strong, Cheap. At the Gas Works. .NFW SPA PER
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