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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 March 1885

I itf Ul 1 t i j 0 - J I M yi $ TTE-A-ieij"sr siJssoiaiTionsr $2.00. stocdsz .ariisrG- the itpEsis of ottir, ustzdttstie&iies. sizsro-iiE copt 5 czeistts. Sf . SEVENTH YEAR. There will be a meeting of the Kansas Editorial Association at "Wyandotte com mencing at 10 a. m. of Wednesday, May 13th, and hold two days. The meeting will, be devoted to business entirely. There will be no excursion. Ne pro gramme will be arranged beforehand but each member is requested to come prepared to bring before the meeting such subjects as he desires. A woman in New York, it is said, makes a handsome competence by sell ing .pianos which she advertises "in use only a week, first-class, to be sold at a sacrifice on account of reverses in foi tune$ She has an arrangement with a manufacturer of cheap but showy instru mentsj and manages to dispose of one or two a week. Attention is called to the fact that the most malignant cholera that we ever had in this county was imported in 1832 on a sailing vesse...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 March 1885

p V WESTERN KAS. WORLD. W. 8. TILTON, - Ediior. Saturday, .March 21, 1885. Early grass we yet hope for. Last Tuesday was. St. Patrick's day. "Jack" Downing, Hays, called Tues day. See Dr. Scott's new advertisement. Isn't it a clipper? Sheriff Baker is fencing a quarter section of his Big creek valley land. "Well, this has been a rather cold week, with a north wind the most of the time. A. H. Blrir moved down the railroad Thursday morning, and back home in the evening. Osborn & Monroe have purchased of CoL Fellows the Grammar School build ing and lot. Lee Monroo took a run down to Kansas City on Monday, and has been gone all the week. Rev. Mr. Stajt will begin his preach ing at this place to-morrow, (Sunday.) He will preach at 11 o'clock a. m. and in the evening. Mr. J. C. "Wilson, of the southern part of Graham county, was a caller on Monday. He reports that a good mam strangers are now moving into that region. That new sign of McKnight Bros, ib a gorgeous affair. The stranger w...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 March 1885

r:m t - f.h - 'i I, 2-5 t r - I? -z":E.A-:EaXi"H" STJiBSCiEaiiFTioisj", $2.00. SVENTH YEAR. UNDER NEW HEADS. The Would begins, with this issue, to sail under newly-shaped heads. To indicate, in a measure, the large region of country for which it will speak, the name has been made "Western Kansas Would." The surname, as it were, is not changed. We would- not change this for one thousand dollars. It is well for a newspaper to stick to its prin cipal name, even when the name is not particularly pretty or appropriate. Time confirms usin the belief that the name World is not defective in either of these particulars. While we shall expect the heading and the motto to show, even to him who picks up the Would for the first time, that this is, in its fundamental nature, a stock-farm journal, a short explanation in this con nection may not be out of place. Not only has the form of the head of the Would been changed, but the paper now carries two general heads, whose utility will probably beco...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 March 1885

-h 1 K ANAOT Amendatory of end aapplement al to Chapter IS of the session lawiol 1881. belli an art enti tled "An act to prohibit tbe manufacture and sale ot intoxicating Honors, except for mediral, scientific and tnccnaniccl punxM-, and to re. ulate the manufacture ana sue thereof for reck excepted purposes," Be U enacted by Me Legittaturtqftk State qf Earn tav Sxcixok 1. That section 2 of chapter 128 of the session laws of 1881 shall be and the same is hereby amended so as to read es follows: 8-c-tlon 2. It eball be unlawful for any penon or per sons to ?11. or barter, for medical, scintiQc or mechanical purpose, any malt, vinous, spirituou. fermented, or other intoxicating liquor, without first having procured a druggist's permit therefor .from the Probate Judge of toe county where in such drngebt may at the time re ooing business; and ruch Pooate Judge is her. by author zed. in his discretion, to grant a druggiu's permit for the period of one year to any per on of good moral cba...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 March 1885

J r J 1 I 5fi 1 GENERAL.NEWS. CONGRESSIONAL In the Senate March 10, the chair laid before the Senate a memorial from the Sen ate of Arizena, asking the appointment of the fourth Judge of the United States Dis trict Court. Referred. The resolution offered yesterday by Mr. Hoar that Mr Blair bo sworn in as Senator to fill a vacancy, was taken np and a very long argument ensued. The Legislature which is to elect a Senator from New Hamp shire will not meet till next June and the debate turned on" whether in this emergency the Governor had the right to appoint Mr. Blair to fill the vacancy, and whether a vacancy had really occurred which the ex ecutive oould provide. Nothing of particu lar interest was developed in the debate ex cept the point made by Mr. Ingalls that the question had a significant bearing upon the Senatorial vacancies in Illinois and Ore gon. In the Senate Mach 11, Senator Van Wvck'a resolution was taken up as unfin ished business. Senator Van Wyck said the 8enator from...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 March 1885

ji n imi"u uiBtjEOiHrgggi'gaaggiKa ummnurmsmammm - mm VI Letter from the State Veterinarian. The, following letter is self-explanatory: ' State Veterinarian's Office, ) 'Topeka Kan., Feb. 10, 1885. J Chab. H Gibbs, Esq., "Wa-Keeney, Trego co., Ks., Dear Sir; Your favor of the 13th inst. at hand. 'In reply I have the honor.' to say that your descrip tion of the ' worm "of the liver is satisfactory . evidence that" you have' not the "flute1 disease. The reason I had "inferred that possibly '"flukes" might exist in thes'e lambs, was the assurance from prominent sheep men in Osborne and .Russell counties that they had found "flukes" in their sheep, together with the tape worm of the intestines. True, they have never furnished me any of the "flukes," yet I am not in a position to deny that they may be right. I am trying to get further evidence. I will lay the matter before the governor, and endeavor to make a personal investigation, for if the "fluke" disease does exist in Kansas, it is ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 March 1885

0 iS-. w iS: r V I I i V r , A I w i re. . i CURRENT COMMENTS On hems of "World" Origin. Hold the camphor bottle to our nose! Shove a perfumed handkerchief into our' eyes! The Junction City Union has commenced to print plate matter. By George! Friend Martin, "whither art thou driftmg? Wa-Keeney Would. The first thing we have to report is a carbuncle on the back of our neck. This enables us to see that a whole column plate is a very able production. Junciion City Union. Senator Plumb writes a letter to the 'Wa-Keeney Worm in which he says that the public schools should give more attention to "lower education." He thinks the ambition is too strong to put on the splendor of the higher branches. Thorough attention to reading and spell ing will reach more people. Junction City Union. The Wa-Keeney Would sensibly takes the position that it is unmanly for Re publicans to be be&ging for office under a Democratic administration, or to keep a childish howling for the -enforcement of the c...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 March 1885

' -'9 i 4 it T "I AUNT BETBRA1VS 8TOBT. A C1IUKCI1 FAIB. Yen, they've had their old church fair, In pite o what I said. An' 'twas a lottery too, I swear, An' 01 that I were dead!. For ever since I recerlect This church has beeu my pride, An' never oid I dream nor 'spect Bat 'twould bo till I died, i But this old church I loved so well The Devil has got in, An turned in.o a gambllu' hell Play games of chance to win. I used to be a sblnin' light Within this very church. An' si' out au' sing with all my might, An' lead when in a lurch; How ttyiish folks have moved in here Who ore too pboud to fbay; An' bay that 1 am old an' queer, . n' have outlivtd my day." They have their sewin' bees an' sich . To make thin's for tha fair, Buttno I never took at titch, Nor never 'vited there.) An' they make quilts an' pretty thin's Of sU Jus au sauna fine, An' give 'em to the gal that wins, Which makes the others whine. An' there was squint-eyed Sally Brown, An' what do you suppose? Vo;ed "the pritti...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 March 1885

Hc-CC u f)tSUA i re ff aj w yf j?$ - i rflC( t r 1, . - -.. bpbbb lBBpVFWBBBBta bbt &.dti mvirBTll it stAi - - bbobmw u r?tflSviVnJlMlVi. lwr M IH ?llL1I - -rrffVfmvVfSt Wr 'kl - - if cs -vUi i HrufjAVk. wkazs&m, sxjmmKB V BBkm-fBBBV HI JlL- SI 1 KJ.. 1AT1 1,11 1 m s(kjEMEaWr r?Sr3LfA:i IIHBIl bbbbI bbbbI bbbbb . 'rwiMi b k.'SSlHW iillilBBB HyKH li .nfll1 b HML JKfcKBJlCZZJL. yz3MMwMt ll ka BBH IH bBHH & " A BBJ hbH """""sSaiM TBV'"iPBBBBBBBnrBBTiBBBBBB'' BIH In I y yJggRiGBBjSgHyipiilB-rr- "B -Bf .Ak"?iMMSZCaJSBSBj I , I MVI -fcjL & A"l TTE-A-ieXiir STTSsciax'rioisr, $2.00. SEVESTTH YEAE. Gen. Grant's condition does not improve. The Press has done some good at Plainville anyway. The Echo of the last two weeks actually could be read. The Wichita Eagle is rather hard on our last body of law makers. It calls them the "big fool legislature." And now they are having a speck of war down on the Isthmus of Panama. Our Democratic government has sent a ship thither to protect...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 March 1885

'! ?' 8TILL TO THE FRONTI MORGAN & DANN Have juat received their Fall and Winter Stock of Dry Goods and Notions We Have the Largest and Caps,Gloves, Underwear: Blanket EVER BROUGHT -OUR STOCK OF- FLANNELS CANNOT BE km and Examine Our Stock. WE ALSO HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES osr the WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD MORGAN & DAE w.a.-keeivy, CTTJST BBOEIVED -AT- ELLSWORTH'S 1,000 FEET Go and Look Before Buying, for it is the Best ever Brought to This Market. " -JA , " k Plenty of Corn, Oats and General Feed. Best of Coal always on Hand. P .CASH PAID FOR GASI Remember, that after January 1st, I will Sell for Cash only. Don't forget It. F. O. ELLSWORTH. Best Selected Stock of !t! u TO THI8 CITY. & SUIrlINGS EXCELLED. No Trouble to Show Goods. ai-nr. KANSAS OF LUMBER. $ t WHEAT AND RYE. -I MARSHALL &UFFORD! -PsAllSS vn- Yellow Pine Lumber, OAK POSTS, LUMBER, SPRING WAGONS, STOCK FEED. PROVISIONS, DRY GOODS, GS-TfcO CEBIES. BOOTS AND SHOES, ETO., ETC., ETC. We sell...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 March 1885

v:;- "Z"E-A-i&Xi"2" STJZBSCZRriZFTioiixr $2.00. stock: iFLA-iR-iMiiEitsra- the basis o:f otj:e& iisriDxrsTiaiES. SUSTQ-IiIE COPT 5 CEIETTS rs ys K 'V SEVENTH TEAE. AT THE OLD STAND, Will in the Future as in the Past, keep a full supply of DB mm nnnrtRrc CLOTH !NG, HATS AND CAPS. Also, Qneensf are, Floor, Feed, Stoneware, Confectioneries. Cigars and Tobacco. A Liberal share of the Public Patronage is Solicited. COME AND SEE US. WE WILL TRY AND MAKE IT FOR YOUR INTEREST TO COME AGAIN WA-KBBNEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE JHTTD RETAIL. W. S. HARRISON, Proprietor. Bologna Sausage & Pressed Corn Beef a Specialty. Th Trada Supplied. Best Prices paid for Cattle and Hogs. KELLEY & AGENTS Buekeye Reaper and Mower, Keystone Corn Planters, Horse Rakes, Weir & Deere's Plows and Cultivators, Springfield Superior Grain Drills, CEMENT, LIME and PLASTER PARIS, Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass, PLOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK, Franklin Street, WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. THE LOW-PRICE...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 March 1885

WESTERN K4S. WORLD W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, March 28, 1885. Land enquirers thicken. Livery stable business is lively. The wind keeps up its speed, don'Ht ! Business at the U. S. Land office booms. Land Register Hanna was out of town Monday and Tuesday. County Surveyor Ferris is back from a Surveying trip to Colorado. T. J. Lossing is having his residence treated to a new weatherboarding. The freight receipts at the railway depo at this place for last month were $i,9Cr,i8. . --Mayor Kelly has had a large number of new holes dug in the public park for the reception of new trees. Warm Thursday turned out to bo a weather breeder. Friday was cool, with the wind from over northeast. Active preparations are in progress, looking to the completion of the Knights of Labor building, on Washington street. W. S. Tilton goes to Ness City this forenoon. He is to deliver the oration before the G. A. R. camp fire at that place this afternoon. At the school-land sale at Treasurer Kelly's offic...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 March 1885

ir2Cz, " i && Hij ,-WX- w. L 11 T i.. c THOMAS CABDICK. . Men's, boys1 and youths' clothing in endless quantity at Caddick's. If it is something of good quality that you want, I have it. If you want something at right low prices, I have that also. The largest stock of boots and shoes in this whole western country is to be found at Caddick's. To call and examine will establish the truth of this statement. One of the best, as well as the finest, assorted stocks of groceries to be found in the west is at Caddick's. To add to this, a car-load of Greeley potatoes will be here in a day or two. In drv goods, Caddick has as fine an assortment as is kept in any store in this section of country. Flour, feed and salt, at wholesale and retail, at Caddick's. - ' Our winter goods go at cost to make room for an immense stock of spring goods. MORGAN & DANN. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAW1NGS, seeds! seeds! Field, Garden and Tree Seeds. ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 March 1885

HOUSF UILL NO. 101. First published March 6, 1883. AM ACT Perrnlf Hnp the board of county commissions of Barton county, Kansas, to fund its indebtedness. Be it enacted by the legislature of the state of Kansas: Sectiow L The board of covmry commissioners of Barton county, Kansas, are hereby authorized nnc empowered to issue and sell the bonds of said coun ty in amount not to exceed fifteen thousand dollars and apply the proceeds thereof exclusively to the payment of outstanding county orders, and tho in terest thereon which are duo against said county at the time of issuing said bonds. "Sec. 2. No bonds shall be Issued under this act tor a less sum than flva hundred dollars, and shall have interest coupons attached thereto, bearing in terest at the rate of elx per cent, per annum, and be made payable to bearer at euch place as the com missioners may deem best Said bonds not to run more than fifteen years, the interest to be payable semi-annually on tho first day of January and July ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 March 1885

55fJT- :: tm&h- ff-.'&'t' X ). V t ! i: fc TEH PBOHIBITION LAW. An Important Opinion From tbe Attorney General. Tcpkka, Kaa., March 17, 1885. -- C'i?' Curtitr County Attorney, Shawnee County, -tvi'tKa Kansas. Dbas Sie : In answering the various questions Tou asKoi concerning the new prohibi'ory liquor law, pasp od by the recent legislature I will review the general si atus of the law on this subject, L e. the act of 1881 as amended and guppleinented by the act of 1885, which took effect March 10, 433. The net of 1881 is r-till in force except as nmended. J he only Kections amended are two, three, four, 'C en, tight, nine, twelve thirteen and twenty-one. Tne construction and decision of the higher .courts upon so much of the original act as remains unchanged, are 3? "i . 1 iiiereiore aumoniy ior mo interpretation or ine ,y,v4P'law as it now exists. With reference to the amend $"( i4 )r f efl section, in so far as the provisions thereof are S'vl l the same as the provisions of...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 March 1885

r ' S 5 fe&WG$2iW 2-w-Kv z$& -TfcsT i-v ' VITT" :Tf ki?-H T J V V "VI ' T-. it "S."' COVE COUNTY GLEANINGS. . BUFFALO PARK BUDGET. Buffalo Pake, March 16. School closes March 27, after a long term of nearly five months. Miss Annie Sloey is spending a short time with her sister, Mrs. P. McFarland. Miss Nellie Fosdick came back on Sun day from a three-days' trip in the country. Miss Rose Sloey has returned to the Hackberry, after a two weeks' tarry in town. W. W. Walkcy spent Sunday night in town. He was here to meet friends from Illinois. Birds of spring, L e., land hunters, have been plenty in Gove county during the last fortnight. Miss Bose Thomas' friends greatly regret the indisposition which holds her a prisoner in the nouse. Bev. J. Q. A. Weller preached a good sermon at the school house Sunday even ing. Text: "Behold the man." John Baker visited Wa-Keeney Satur day. He and his family will leave for their ranch, on Indian creek, some time this week. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Bic...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 April 1885

-W.jJ0FZMr a., k-s-f.. Y xmmltf. TP- if r J.- in - n B . iitl m - SnnnWWi U J ttJOt?ZWtz tTTxCJSf 'WSKWKSGS rgv-gfr- -JfrKltav snnntlMlBS? ai 4ViV 1 7 r,?T r . Ci09i irW Bi ": . - - WMTOl:wiF1P5Ktp;TlfVB( nmmmnw. -mmMTS-iK? nwnmmnnni m n. m nmv .nw-n nwa smbbbj. sanM vbh hi - nasi ..- ' iiaii'iiHwn nmnmminnWn. v wi ; a - .: v. r nmmni m. nwnmmnnnnw- v -nam sis ihiba jfl vr i- i - - v .. i a v .h i mh :b - - r ssai "y rtr1 shi .Bev" vt hi i f '? hi v. -v ,- nannnv . bsbw nnnnnnnmanv ar an n, FiTf . TTE-A.iaii"5r STXIBSCIEeHFTIOIN- $2.00 SEVENTH YEAit. ZDVvRIEIETaiE 3c ZHTLL, AT .THE JDLD STAND, Will in the Future as in the Past, keep a full supply of Off cnnrc cnnrrarc CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS. Also, Qneensware, Hour, Feed, Stoneware, Confectioneries, Cigars and Totaco. A Liberal share of the Public Patronage is Solicited. COME AND SEE US. WE WILL TRY AND MAKE IT FOR YCUR INTEREST TO COME AGAIN. WA-KBENEY WHOLESALE W. S. HARRISON, Proprietor. Bologna Sausage & Pressed Corn Beef a ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 April 1885

S.tT ?& 5 !i zr SK.visr&fJstfi J.r " .iijr Ft :? t:A7 s5.srfc mr&A i.isiS i KTT W:rskS ' mljK'iji''-. ii SWW ymz?&- fsr i1-,, -..,. v rif :" kwM mjmmsmmmm j L- f WESTERN KA& WOSLD. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, April 4, 1885. A. H1. Blair lias been up in Iowa this week. . Get your eggs trill be Easter. ready. To-morrow All Tool's day passed off with a deep degree of quietude. Charley Benedict has buit an awning to his store building. Mrs. Geo. Pinkham had a sewing bee at her residence yesterday. G. F. WcKnight was called suddenly to Clay Center last Saturday by the seri ous illness of his wife. . Charles H. Gibbs, of the Saline val ley, has one more child than Tie had prior to Wednesday night. It is a boy. Mr. Kincaid closed his ministerial la bors at this place last Sunday, and start ed east the next morning. He will not locate hero. Don't Verbeck whoop 'em up, though, when he gets at it? If you doubt it, feast your eyes on that two column advertise ment of hi...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 April 1885

WKKKKKSkMl ckSJ ?Sll'?.S?5WdSfflBHHMIH MULiRU3ffigBd mw&fesA -; .v: , :-cv!L'!E.AJKJsgEa6i: a& Wfp t.':i3fc SV .IE3 v . fr T V-j -t . MMlrJf Vs T 1 ' 7r ; TT ,Tggpii It c - . . , . , .---- Kg - . V. Irt- k L Jfc- 1 - I Iftr IP- T I 4 ec - i n r. V 5 c l&l i';rv) a- If; V &-, m; Li IST' " "i"r r-rT f&&.. . ilBc ' w: PlWI-.. f .. I'V K M& iKV. MSf?? FSS5.Y :P r-$ IV Jr"r' "V" irfctrlAi - '' f UC "2 r&. wfl;v "2B-iaXi"2" STJBSCiaxrTionsr, $2.00. SEVENTH YEAR. Atwood is to have a Democratic e newspaper. The Solonon is about to be bridged at Stockton. F. H. Baiinhart, the old journal istic wheelliorso of Osborne, has sold the Farmer to S. E. Kuede. James Nolan-, o Ellis, we see by the Headlight, has been appointed a cadet to the West Point military academy. The regular annual meeting of Western Central Kansas Stock association will be held at Sidney, Ness county, on the 10th inst. Oue own Thomas A. Osborn will have to Come home. Cleveland has ap pointed Th...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 April 1885

&5T ? isnSJEBIi BiawaraBiBwiCWJdWTSiRsa.T' irvv. t tF. '-vwiimrw. v r sj-jftw .'! n hi imniii ibhiiww iw i n ii t.s ;' "-i- i V -.wjm? -?rn4 "" a v jj - .. . - v'l.k1 ?, ra.afipr:.7 .r ,10; V ' i: "f " ' '-'- ' --.- wb:. TBas-irij-v, t a. " .. i ;.. , y - -- -.' ti t:.- irs-- v. n .r-i. -.-. sij. vr-sw," " j? m A SAT. JEFJ03LYX. The happy nightingale Doth blithely trill away. And charms aweet mortal's ear With his aweet little lay Also, the barn-yard hen Doth nest an egg each day, And charms tome mortars taste With her sweet little "lay." ONLY. SABL MaBBLE. Only a tiny patter, That comes up oyer the stair, Like the nervous tread of a ratter Who thinks the rodent is there. Only a little shiver Creeping up and down my spine, Like the air from death's dark river Which comes with a ghostly Blgn. Only a basin of water Coming down as I open my door, And 1 wish the boys where 'tis hotter As I hear their vanishing roar. POSTOFFICE- 3 F.8LFTEB. Within this town at break ot day, A colonel...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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