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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 13, 1891, Atchison, Kansas Tue Atchison daily Price two pm , Kansas tuesday january 13, 1891. Fourteenth year. No 4,090 i a i o in ii Story j in 13, pc i i a i. a Quot i i 11 a a i Iii i of ii i i i a it a Quot i a u j of a Ito o r so i i i t i Iii. A i., i of. Milan , Sam Tinli 14 i in 11 of Comilo Dud i Quot i Imo i co of or con t of 1721 1888 i., nth. I mid to Quot cello a of Ell Boud in. Hull til i f. Hoi i senator i h it mile i j in n e x is. Hollis 1> Jonm. Wii a Lay cont i. Or i Tho my Rke to in inf in a Lark to did a. L ainu had by. E Lathrop Atchison a ii too. H i. Miu in. La. Formerly lord Chun loll a elected culled shit a news not is. T 30 p. In. Clown it amp t s to Quot Sis flav i 6 a f i of finl for. A Limiter a. I t Briary m a. % \ re additional Telegraph news on third Poye. Correspondence Atli miscellany in second pane. A few Don to. Dun a a by n nine i m business Dullin 111�?T of tile House wit i a Butle 11 it. Sew t yourself or St. Of or Ion louies that lie and Dillion done to Xvi in it torn o dirty pair of Irater. Have had a dispute. Of tin y Are not in the Hest of condition fit Herman in unti of of Clintonville 1,1 11 a wis. Was devoured by wolves. J doll carry a lit t in t Iii ii it be unless you the Imperial hunk of Cermane has Ltd 111 1 a Jems of ago or too old it d is Chi t. Done Wear shabby gloves of you dress it Ell at All. They in it a m eau and poverty t Reio ii and minding do.-, them Little or no Good. I Don t Wear a silk hat to business Evert i he Rob it its Iron it Bridgeport muss., were damaged need then lie of tour to re by fire q re it the Herman Lovern Niento is Aland to in. Arbr do u or pitch i Hee in Issue ii loan of in Max Mhz Marks Tor irim ital f in ten ii rail in v purposes. I i me \ i it eau step on a i by it Nett York it i Imby r of i oui Mierei a a 1 a have t Reim by 11.--mat it r has adopted a a Quot a solution opposing Tho d a fill ii \ a free coinage of Silt it. Tho Warren a i oui com a Patty of rat City wieh., has tiled chattel Moi apes for a a Mumm in a collision Between Limmis line t Cut. Decker Howell a co. In pc been readmitted to the new York Stock Exchange. It a the i in i that p. To i 111 in people to be i so .1 a a in a a a or a it but to. Evert d in unless in d Man. It i. Oui. A Las. That this Praet in i a a i trains at Birmingham Alsever Alperson were More or less Hurt. The great Thurber Grot Fry finn of. To p new Al a i u i it v is to changed into a i to i Ell Stock emf with -j, Stock j an. Car in St Mart s Catholic a tiled rut in san i Quot a a 1 Francisco the i arg Taud finest Len ire edifice on the Pacific coast has been dedicated. I a Quot a 1 i senator Vance was unanimously re j Nom Ilia Ted for United states senator by the democratic legislative caucus it to i Raleigh. It. C. I a Skeleton found in a barn in Louisville it is lie tie ii to be that of j to i Charles hell. Who Rusly Digap j ,.nv i ii. Pc a red five years ago i a. To a mrs John Wagner of Lake View j a a a Oral a Quot nil a of deaf Esb ail Hie i Terre use i n King Liml hydrophobia she was bitten by a pet la nos Jan. 12. T he recent Intro ivs jut Maii v Dot ii. I duet inn in England of the hound discs in a the in in and Huv ear of a Pas ated by la. V Vales of Bridgeport. Let bids Lair to perceptibly decrease Deal so Tiger ii on ran d Bim Mart Ness throughout the British Isles Weil clan. I ii. Conduct i was nearly drowned but i be Elm was in a a a red. Hampton has the largest Steak the nicest and cheapest presents in the City. 68t nil Cults it my hem out at i maid happen ii ire sleet of i he lust i fed Patent nut fed More t by to ear them if a before. A i Fri As is one tar fads that s of t lie pub 1, u a Man i world. Of you want to make a Coward of a Man make him Happy. It is never the wretched who Are afraid. S Ine out of ten women at heart arc equal suffragists though they May for use Sake of some Man profess differently. The Price usually paid to hear Hob Burdette lecture is one Dollar hut you can hear ii in next thursday evening at the presbyterian churl under the auspices of the y. In. C. A. For fifty cents. Of Ingalls does not succeed himself we pity his successor. To be compared every Day in the week to a Man of Ingalls calibre will not be very soothing to the Small Tish Fry Man who is after lits place. T he county High school at Effingham is under roof and will be completed april i and opened september i. The building has been taxed up and the people of Hie county generally Are paying font in a year. The entertainment Given last night by tile a. I. U w., at Odd Fellows Hall was very creditable Tine of the Best features was a topical song by miss Minnie in Bilipp a i n other respects we redoing quite Well a which attracted an enthusiastic encore. One of the first and most important cases that will come up in the District court next week will be the Case against Whitman the Wellington merchant who is charged with obtaining goods under false pretences from Donald Bros. The fire alarm at 9 of clock this morning was caused by the burning of a Small Truine shanty Aeron the Creek Back of the Symns grocery House. The building was completely destroyed and was the property of airs. Ferguson a coloured woman. She is a w Idow and the loss to her is disastrous As it leaves her without Home or Money. The fire originated from a stove pipe. W. W. Guthrie says that one third of the i amount drawn out of the people s savings i Bank yesterday was redeposited to Day. J deposits Are rapidly coming in i is afternoon Aud it is probable that More will by Clep sited to Day than will be drawn out. A altogether at noon to Day $12,000 had been drawn out of a total of 8 85,000 deposits. I the printed rules of the Bank state that depositor. Must give thirty Days notice in rinsing their sax mrs accounts but this rut a w As not insisted upon yesterday or to Day. When anyone doubts the Bank they can i get their Money at once. Buy the menus electric shoe also the ladies adjustable shoe of Zimmerman a Smith no. 411 commercial Street. 95 Down Toxey go i still further Recu options. Owing to continued mild weather we have decided to make prices that will clean it our heavy goods at once commencing tomorrow and for the next today shall offer extraordinary attractions. Dress goods bargains. At 15c. A Yard Pfeil ii it ii from Lei Ami 25 cents. Hoi it single and double fold la Febi k i a8.sfrg is Broga i hcs and checks. Choice 15c Yard. All at 25 cents. Do Inch Henrietta Sid Inch half Wool stripes double Width till Wool flannel 15 pities worsted and Alpaca Snipes and plaids. The above goods Are reduced from v Themio Aud doe., All to 25 cents. Inch wide All Wool 5b cent plaids Cut to 81 cents. Pm cent and 75 cent plaids and stripes cd l to 45 cents. Domestic department. Small Check Gingham cd f to 5c. Loe Quality dress Gingham at 8 cents. Good Quality prints Cut to lit. Tie and Hie Best prints Cut to cd cents. Canton flannel special value it Cle tie 81c, 10c., 12je and Loc. Bargains we have a table full of Odd lots of All kinds of underwear at half Price. Winter underwear. Seven special bargains at almost half Brice. At 39 cents. Menus soft Gray Merino shirts and drawers also Wool Scarlet shirts regular Price 50 cents i t to d0 edits. At 69 cents. Menus All Wool scat let shirts and Danvers regular Price docents i t i f i 09 cents. At 95 cents. Menus Tine Lamb Wool Scarlet and natural Grey. Shirts anti drawers regular Price �1.25, Cut i o 1 5 cents. At 42 1 -2 cents. Ladies soft fleece White Merino vests Ami pants regular i ice. 9 cents Cut to 12 cents. At 75 cents. Ladies line soft till Wool Scarlet vests and pants also Grey and White Dertev ribbed vests regular Price a i of for this occasion cd in to 75 cents. At 95 cents. Ladies extra Tine Quality Plain and ribbed All Wool Scarlet White and natural vests and and pants regular Price �1.25, Cit to do cents. At 25 cents. Hoys soft finished Gray Merino shirts and drawers regular Price to Cut to 25 cents. Blankets and comforts must move. To 4 White fleece blankets Only 95c pair. 10-4 Gray blankets Cut to doc., $1.50, $1.85, $2.25, 2.45, 2.75, 2.05, 3.25, a pair that Are Worth 25 per cent. More. We have allies that cannot be duplicated in Tine All Wool Whites it Ariel Aud Gray it i 11-4 blankets. At id 25 a pair up to �7.50 a pair. You should see them. Comforts at less than Cost of material. Ail kinds at 75c. 98c, $1.25, $1.50, up to $3.25. We can save you at least 25 per cent. Hosiery. We have too Many kinds Aud prices to give you a list but we have bargains like this soc Hose at 3d cents to Aud to cent Hose at do cents 3 pair for �1.00. Prices As Low As 5c. Up to $3.00. Call on us for hosiery of All kinds. Gents. Ladies Aud Chilli end a. Extra Low prices now pm All Winter goods. Shawls flannels skirts mittens Fascinator boys waists Mon s shirts Rte. Come in and investigate. It will prove a paying investment for you. Spielman amp i 621 c9mmercial Street. Co interest Iii Topeka this Winter centers at j the cholera has visited the Birk farm the Dutton House. The aristocratic Throop and a number of animals have died from is within a stones throw and the equally the disease. High toured Copeland is at the other end of j Sumner t. Martin preaches on a a lying a Kansas City merchant has moved to Leavenworth where business is comparatively Lively. County treasurer Bigg went to Topeka the Avenue each crowded to Hie roof with a. Christian Church to night. There is this morning with s15.762.82, to Settle with politicians but Jerry Simpson puts up at j much interest in the meetings the Dutton and wherever Jerry Simpson is there is the crowd. It is a cramped Little hotel with accommodations of the most ancient pattern Anil during the Alliance Rush guests Are packed in like sardines. The crowd is a mixture of Grays and old silurian and members of the legislature. The old Fellows Many of them have seen service in legislation before but it is the first trip out of the county for the kids and done to flatter yourself that when you meet your troubles they will not be As great As you have imagined they will be greater. County attorney Bland and sheriff Barry the state treasurer. Captain Sprague has been 01 tiered Togo to Topeka this week when the Atchison militia matter will be investigated. Judge Martin this morning dismissed the grumpier divorce action upon application called on mrs. Weston this afternoon on of the plaintiff. Mrs. Trampler. He then business connected with the prosecution of dismissed the jury and adjourned court her husband lieu. Weston. The kind of feeling men have about until next monday at 2 p. In. The combination is picturesque. The Young other men whose politics differ with theirs Fellows All Wear new store clothes with a woman has about the women who be the creases plainly visible and their neckwear Yould throw Ward Mcallister into a tit. Circulating among this crowd is Jerry Simpson. Ile is not a nervous Man but lid quite Long to a different Church she sum hey wont get to heaven. A no woman likes to feel that her husband likes her because she makes go ii cake or is always moving about and wherever he j has the Art of making his kind of pie but halts a moment a crowd of worshippers j it is for some reason that every husband gather about him. Lie is a Man of average j cares for his wife. There is always a height weight 160 pounds about of years reason in every Many a affections old Coal Black hair clean shaven face exp cent a stubby Black Mustache Iii a Shieh Are hormonal H. Carr is in Northwestern Nebraska. I s. Tom Bigg is visiting relatives at Vias at ii Kev proper is fending a Church meeting at j Ottawa. H-44. I. Carson of the Champion goes to Pueblo to week. I. A. Wakefield returned last night from Atour in Nebraska. Streaks of Gray. He has to Good head and a Strong face and lurking behind Gold bowed spectacles Are a pair of Brown eyes tilt peer at you sharply but Good Nat redly. He wears a Short Square Cut coat of Black material Aud a pair of trousers of Gray stuff that Are considerably the wore for Wear. He does not Black ins shoes but greases them Iii the old fashioned Way. A clean White shirt a standing Collar and a Black Necktie Complete his outfit. His voice is velvety and he is equally gracious to All who approach him. Ile is a Man who can fit himself to any crowd. No doubt be fits Best on the farm but his Strong practical sense will make him respected in.1 Congress. He is nobody a fool arid lie is not the uncouth Man he has been painted. He has a head full of information obtained from careful Reading. Newspaper correspondents and country editors who pretend to ridicule him would suffer by comparison in a discussion with him of any topic of the Day. He is the smartest Man in the Alliance by All Odds and there is not a Man in the state who is his Superior a a politician. Ile is booming Frank duster the Marion county judge for United states senator. Duster arrived at the capital sunday morning putting up of course at the Dutton. Modest and obliging Jerry Simpson officiated As usher for the Marion county statesman and was Busy All Day escorting legislators to the duster quarters. Ask Simpson about his own ambition to become senator and tie modestly disclaims any intention in that direction lie says he is satisfied to be in Congress. But there is a sus Pipiou that if an Alliance Man is to be United states senator it will be Simpson that his efforts in behalf of his Friend Frank duster will be a political courtship of Miles Standish. There it not much talk about Feller and less about Willits yet it seems to be understood that they will go into the caucus first and second in the race respectively. Feller is handicapped by Hie tight fur state Printer both be and Mclallin who wants to to state Printer being residents of Topeka. Willits is still called upon occasionally to exonerate himself from the charge made during the late Campaign that he robbed his Sis ter which is a stumbling Block in Bis ambition. I. F. Elder Wilt be a formidable undulate. As speaker he will have entire Octroi of tile machinery of the House amt an bestow patronage where it will do lie most Good. Ile is a shrewd old Man accustomed to legislative methods and knows the value it it of pledges which he has obtained from Many of tile inexperienced members who do not know the value of silence. The Man of All the outfit who would make the most creditable senator is duster. He is a Law yer of ability and it is said a judge of integrity. He does not deny like elder and others that he is a a undulate but admits that he is Iii the race id anxious to win. The Only objection the patriots have to him is that he is a lawyer if he could yet rid of that lie could get the caucus nomination. In the background of inc fight is Jerry Simpson in the event of a deadlock which now seems probable tin caucus nomination will inevitably Settle on Bim. He is popular with All factions and As he Lias modestly kept nit of the fight and thus offended nobody there will be no objection to Hun should the break come. Ills congressional District would be unanimously for him and Iii the event of his election an Alliance congressman could be in his place. My physician said i could not live my liver out of order frequently vomited greenish mucous skin yellow Small dry Humours on face Stop us h would not retain food. Burdock blood bitters cured me. Mrs Adelaide o Brien 872 Exchange bt., Buffalo n. V. Or he old h. In. Clancy Sells Antreville Lexington Richmond Mendota Leavenworth Thistle Exchange National Anthracite Coal. 500 cords Wood. 215 South 4th. -4�?Trofessor Samuels the noted optician will be at the Byram hotel on thursday january 15th, to remain a few Days Only and persons in need of anything in ii is line Are advised to consult him. Professor Samuels has been visiting Atchison a Good Many years and has never failed to give perfect satisfaction. Old and Young would be happier old did riot demand that the Young have so much veneration for the past and the Young did not expect the old to be interested in the future. The old become garrulous in talking of what they have done and have no toleration in listening to tile Young talk of what they Are going to to. V to the to mix r of too late for classification. For other advertisements of tuts class see other advertisements of second Page is uni a Gold ear ring. North seventh St. M. J. Cloy be 416 i iou Sale a registered Jersey cow cheap. J. L. Dixon. Ltd to am i ii we will pay a fail Price for a few it it female eats with Quarter or hair grown Kittens. Mcpike amp Fox. Tix a y8 a Notri a v Era House work. A competent White girl to do Gen work. No washing. Mrs. Sanford. No. Avo parallel St. 95x Ost Between Boston store and 1416 Kansas a Avenue a Silver Chut Laiu watch please leave at Boston store and receive Reward Ltd it i n it a s \ be the Hest family horse in Atchison also Phaeton and harness. J. L. Hixon. 93 i i Bent cheap to a Lade. Furnished room r with every convenience. Address a it hobe office. iof a a no. 2 Remington Type writer Aud stand. Cheap. Samuel Woodworth. Dox rum Sale at 61? South sixth Samuel Woodworth. V six room Brick dwelling House Street. Bargain in it. A six to anted salesmen w to meet the grocery it Trade to sell one of the Hest articles on the Market on commission. Address Osk Atup Omaha neb. Mix look Kent a nicely furnished front room a 1?1 North seventh is c a of n Quot i ice. I have this by filed with the probate judge of Atchison county. Kansas a petition for a permit to sell intoxicating liquors in compliance with Lim Laws of Kansas. Said petition has Bren Lei for hearing by said judge Ai ins office Iii the court House Iii Iii City of Atchison county and , Oil february �?T4, oui atom clock la j. H. Brown of ii commercial Street Atchison Kansas. January id Syi. 15 Legal notice. To Louis Weinman. You Are hereby notified that you have been tied lit the District court within and for hic county of Atchison in the state of Kansas in an action wherein the mortgage Trust oomph of Pennsylvania is the plaintiff Aud you the said Louis Weinman Are the defendant and that unless you make answer to the i get ii Ion of the plaintiff therein on or before the 28th Day of i Comal ii. I Sui. Said petition will be taken As True Aud a judgment rendered Accord Bigly Iii said action in favor of said plaintiff Mains y ii tile said Louis Weinman. I list for the sum of one the Island dollars with interest Tho mid and costs of suit a cond foreclosing the mortgage Given by Susanna Bai risen and John to Arn my assumed by you to Hie Kansan i i nit and Hanking com Pany to secure the payment of said indebted is duly assigned herewith to to plaintiff upon the following described real property town lots nos. Twenty n. And in Cut one Phi 1, in Block no five a Iii no til tech Ishii addition to the City of at Bison Iii the omit of Atchison and state of Kansas and Irjud Gitig the said plaintiff to have Lite first Lien upon said premises to the amount of the in d cd Dei bless Tafoi said and ordering said premises 0 be sold without appraisement and the pro a Beds to lie applied o the payment of tile due plaintiff and costs of suit. Third fore Al pairing and foreclosing you of id from any Milt t it intestate interest prop a i t Aud equity of redemption in or to said premises or any p 11 met e it fim m i him com Pam or 1�?Tknn so by a Nia plaintiff. La. Aylmer Coates attorney to plaintiff go ibises Holm l. manager thursday Jan. 15 the funniest of til Irish comedians or. Jos. J. Sillivan in the Irish musical comedy. Black Thorn. Everything new Catchy music. New s Nix dances. Medleys 7 Fri i i v liken 7 elegant costumed who sing dance and i Apt 1 Vale the Eye. A Superb acting cast and a score of novel new features. Seat on Side at it a in finding company 9. Paces 26, 50, 75, to on. Meta steam Dye works 11j North seventh Street cloning of every kind cleaned dyed and repaired. Best work Ever turned out in Atchison. Thoroughly men employed. Orders attended to promptly. Peterson amp Beardale Fuu fule i oily Frank Olden has gone out West Iii the interest of the Coal Trade. Frank Corse left last evening for Denver col., to remain a Short time. Of void Challis has regained consciousness and was Milch Tietti tins morning miss Laura Dinsmore of l on is the guest of misses Jennie and Ada Mitchell. Miss Mamie White has returned from a visit wit ii Lier blotter Iii Kansas City 8. Ii it. Clark Aud or. Kat Burn went East in i. Clark s special car tills morning. Miss Bertha Kohr who tuts been visiting in Colorado Springs for four Mouths Wilt return to the City next week. Miss Mabel Young went to Muscotah tins j a Iii to spend two weeks with relatives. Miss Yong Wall return to new York next month. Robert Tompkins representing the Atchison i printers and f. S. Wood representing tile atoll Mon tailors Are in Topeka attending a Label meeting. Henry Pohl the new Book keeper at tile Exchange National Bank in a Tenor of considerable ability and will be in demand at All die Church set k ifs. ,.--dr. Johnson homoeopathic physician. Diseases of women Aud children a specially office a commercial Street. I gtd Seal Skia Seq lies. $1 of Knell this is it Arent offer. Just imagine the Arm v of ladies that will besiege the store until the Las Sac que is gone if the bargain is Ever offered. But How much More wonderful an Opportunity is that presented to every suffering woman by tin proprietors of or. Fierce s favorite prescription. This remedy is a guaranteed cure Tor All those distressing ailments Peculiar to the weaker sex. It is guaranteed that if it does not effect a cure Money xviii be returned. It is carefully compounded by att experienced and skilful physician arum adapted to Xvi Nienus delicate organization. It is purely vegetable in its composition and perfectly harmless Iii its effects in any condition Ltd the system and is sold under a posit int guarantee of satisfaction in every Case or Money paid for it refunded. For consumption or sick headache use or. Fierce a pellets finely vegetable. Line a dose. F an Atchison woman belongs to so Many different clubs and societies that her friends have to wait until some of them meet at her House before they Are sure f finding her at Home. Frank Morris the boy who was kicked a by a mule while coasting on South fifth Street saturday evening is not out Quot of Dang r. T Ile fracture is a very bad one and a teaspoonful of brains oozed out. His parents reside at the Corner of Utah Axenic amt seventh Street. The new Board of county commissioners met this morning and organized commissioner Riper retiring and win. Bowman the newly elected commissioner taking bus seat. The organization of the Board re suited in the election of S. Purcell As chairman for the ensuing year. The Day was consumed in considering Road and Bridge petitions. There is a movement on foot to have the legislature Divide the county High school District and leave the City out. The promoters of the movement claim that the City pays for a High school and should not be expected to assist Iii supporting the county High school from Chich it xviii derive no Benefit whatever. It xviii Cost 87, a year to run the county High school. A number of the leading Young men of the City Are interested in the reorganize to n of the local militia company. A meeting Xmas held last night to talk the matter Over and another met Ting xviii soon tie held. H k. Mcallister it if tin i. So m., is talked of As Captain. The company will he a credit to the City if the Young gentlemen xxx to have the matter in hand succeed in effecting its reorganization. His Klai it a. Tin Oyster is a Noble fish but Annot Sivill a mite to Lias no fins. Ii a Bas no Tail he has no Teeth to i ate but stiff he swims with perfect ease Tuff yet tis St rally a to a. Ii Quot in Vee glides lout the sea. But in Tim consomme Brooklyn Jefe. Tile height of dignity. Sanso is lie u dignified Man Budd w Ell i should sax in Why that Man could step on a banana Peel without losing his dignity. Munsey weekly. A natural inference. Lie a Man who lives in the country Bas a Chance to t Bink. She you have always lived in the City have you not Munsey s weekly Netter to look ahead. Before you ask the men to stick to you thro til in is Arni thin see that you have your plans Well Laid to it a in us a to put to r in. I v. Chi / dispatch. Three More weeks to get a guess at How Many pins in our red Satin Ball. Remember six Beautiful presents will be Given away to the six nearest guesses. You want one of these. A one Dollar Purchase entitles you to a guess in the meantime our january clearance Sale goes Oil. More bargains can in found at our counters than at any other House. Beati a few of our Many bargains. Good bed Comfort at 70 neuts. Still better extra heavy double stitched i teen comforts �1 50. White blankets 85 cents a pair. California Grey blankets at �2 50. All Wool stocking yarn 5 cents a skein. All Colola of first class Saxony 5 cents a skin. Finest Grade of scotch knitting worsted at in cents a skein 2 for 15 cents. Ladies extra heavy knit skirts at of cents. Ladies All Wool ribbed vests and pants at 50 cents. Do Yon to Ink tins cheap ladies ribbed Oxford mixed vests do cents. Children Sall Wool red flannel vests anti pants 50 cents each. Large lot of embroidery remnants dress goods remnants table Linen remnants sateen remnants Aud ribbon remnants that can be bought for a song. Apron Check Gingham. 5 cents Yard wide unbleached Muslin 5�?T cents double Width skill a a flannel to cents All Wool red flannel 11 cents Standard shirting prints 5 cents extra Good Cotton batting to cents All red table damask 2f cents. Good styles dark print 5c. Our dress goods department offers poplin Lustres 8 cents All Wool flannels at 25 neuts 38 Inch Henriettas at do cents ladies Broadcloth at 75 cents reduced from �1 gents Merino undershirts 2<� cents Good heavy Grey undershirts Aud drawers 33 cents i natural Wool undershirts and drawers at 50 cents heavy yarn sox 15 cents Turkey red handkerchiefs 5 Tor 25 cents. Above prices continue All week. You can save Mosiej on every article advertised in above list. Boston store

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