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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 12 March 1885

if ? -t 4 l y i h IV- lU It.-, A It 1 u,- V ' j.w 1 .A THOMAS COUNTY CAT. tIT PURRS FOR THOMAS COUNT' ) Drxx & Worcester, Eds and Props. $1.50 Por Year. Where no special time is agreed upon, all advertisements inserted until forbid CAT-CHINCS. Jiuflalo grass at present is king. Andrew Jordines P. O. address is Streator. Thomas county is 36 miles long and IJO milo wide. We luiVnt heard any talk of a skat ing link in Colby as yet. Some living water in the Saline, but occupied :y cattle men at present. Herds of wild horses are still seen in the western portion of the county. The cominjuimner will about com plete the settTemimt of the county. Mis Anna Colby teaches the district school and is giving good satisfaction. As we traveled over the county last week, we noticed many stacks of hay, mostly on the South Sappa. Antoincs Spath, and Dr. Bretz can boa-t ot frame houses, but many more will be erected this spring and summer. Mr. J. II. Colby, one of the first set tlers of Thomas Coun...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 12 March 1885

T-fr-9-fj- aw . -- WO; frmJSgv '4. W" M K M THOMAS COUNTY CAT. tIT PUnnS FOE THOMAS COUNTY.) COLBY, THOMAS CO., KANSAS. FAREWELL TO THE OLD YEAR. FarowelE Old Year, Tarcwcll to you ; You've been for many a day A friend most tried, a. friend most true And as we bid you our adieu, We pive-our heartfelt thanks to you, And sjecd you on jour way. We've had full many a merry time Since first we met, Old Year. You've frunjc for us the Christmas rhyme, And runjf for us the Chritma chime, A d many a joy at Christinas time You brought with hearty cheer. You crowned the woodland banks with bloom Of roe- ri'd and sweet You pave the violets their erfume, Kipened the- coniKcldV t.is-e!f-d plume. And filled the mill-wheel's running Hume, i Toprindthesrolden Mheat. You brought the yellow daffodil To blossom in the spring Strewed cuekoo-nowers on every hill. And cat-tails by the rippling rill And taught the lonely whiji-poor-will i Ills vesper tons' to siity. You turned the Ivy's green to red. The i...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 12 March 1885

r. tcjs'r "js--SZiiicjSpSg' 9MM Swae"' T5V ' '-SS rl - . s- a.' i Rejro - mWVHrt-','W .. & rur yj&ptiv&t?&ia!asiMrKitttetmtttrxti3v& "" ,iim' I fin ,'T- I T T i tWW A "S Ml SOILING. Smo of the Reasons Which Bender til System Impracticable In the West. A correspondent writes from Kansas: 'I have read with a great deal of inter est what has been said in the Rural and Stockman concerning soiling, and I am impressed -with the profitableness of the system tinder certain circumstances at least But what I would like to inquire is this: Do you recommend it under all circum-'r.nces?"' In reply we would say thai we have discussed soiling, so far as the West is concerned, more as a possibility of the future than as having any special interest to Western farmers, or the great mass ot them, at the pres ent time. There i- no need of soiling on the average We-tcm farm. The ele ments of the neee-Ml v do not exist as they do in the Ea-i. w here the farms are smaller, and where it...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 12 March 1885

i-yaprtsaTI s ' " 'fjpfmV't'-,af' W -(, I " V THOMAS COWNTY GAT. COLBY, THOMAS CO., KANSAS. "Here's Ter Cat." Chang, the Chinese giant, is about to be married to a Kansas City lady, who is six feet six inches high and worth 82W.000. Are we about to lose the par agrapher of the Kansas City Time3 ? On our round through the county last week we saw antelope, and an cyer- lastine number of jack rabbits. "We were told that wild horses could be found in the western part of the state. "Stay at home," is the advice the Leavenworth Times giyes the Kansans who are restlessly disposed to become Oklahoma boomers. The advice is sound, for there is no place like home, and no place like Kansas for a home. The Topeka Capital naving heard that Gov. Glick has left Kansas for Al bany, in response to a telegram from president Cleveland, says that the Ex Governor will surely receive the ap pointment of U. S. Land Commission er Yice McFarland. Maj. Ed. Howe, editor of the Atchi son Globe, has written a ne...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 19 March 1885

Fy ?sg'fcfS fc -:.& "& &m Reynolds & Vancleve, Colby, can save yon Money and a trip to the Land Office. Don g o Ont of tour way, but Come Direct. fcH ,hk iS; m COUNTy Cat. Thomas e- & "S- TV v: COLBY, THOMAS COUIY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1885. $1.50 PER YEAR. TOL.; I. IsT0. 2. '(, j j ,mi j jjp- .uuf "ij' "B!BS!55nwSjnS!gg!jggy 15 I IP W W A I IB W Ik 2) 1 m w m 1L &: r ' 1. m U m in L kjrt I J 1 , ' i Gill MM! J 153 1 Of land having as line a soil as la piece of land to DOUBLE sj$3.30 to $4 50 per acre, as 1 am ; T"Correspondence solicited. 7311 CiLT- V Diss Ac Worcester, Props. 2. :?. Cune SablcZtXonument. iisscnger train, cast, 'Jissenger tram, west, tiixcJ train, east, l ixed train, west, 3:0S a. M. 11:39 r.M. .4.35 x. m. 8:5S r M. If several paying fas-en; era desire to go gast or west, the pisscnger train, the 'Jau- Eion Ball, will be telegraphed and will st p 5at Monument Othrwi-,e the pissenger traiii doe-s not stop. The mixed train has a Jp isse...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 19 March 1885

- jk- f""" . i . .Mi l'S"14 VTM .--3.l i.WvSI "XI &f C.J5 & m - P " E VAI1 emnmtmlcatlona for tkn Ifaouldbe accompanied by the name of tu author; not necessarily for publication, but M an evidence of rood faun on toe pan oJ me writer, write onijr on one nae 01 me pa Kr. Be particularly carefulln airing nanu d dates to have the tatter ana figure! plate tad distinct THE ANALYST'S MISTAKE. Tou 'weiirh each motive and read the laws. For the baby's breath and the madman's ire&K; And seek of science the mighty cause For the blush on a maiden's cheek. You sagely measure and count and spell. To learn of the secret soul of things; You break the heart of the exiled shell, To learn of the song it sings. With curious wonder and snultass smile. You prompt the coming of song or sob; With careful lingers note meanwhile The pulse's quickened throb. What have you gained, though your search ing eyes Detect in the gold its speck or dross, Or see the dullness that underlies The glamour, blo...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 19 March 1885

ft 1 r, t nr i"H r? IQ , I u u It i m m ' 'it i OF GENERAL INTEREST. Frogs, snakes and lizards thrive at elevations of over fifteen thousand feet. The Boston Herald predicts that the Hub will have a population of one million In 1900.- Tennessee has great natural re sources, including ten thousand square jmiles of timber as j-et untouched. There are now nearly seven million children in the United States who do Jiot know their letters. Chicago Jlcrald. .Josh Billings says he has discov ered that there is one thing that can he said .of dyspepsia it makes a man forget all his other sorrows. An advertisement can not reach the general public so surely and effec tually 3n any other way as through the columns of a newspaper that is widely read and trusted. Exchange. A new rose, possessed of manifold attractions perfect in form and color, 'ttncriualed in fragrance, hardy in habit, and a perpetual bloomer, has been named bv its originator "The American Beauty."' - The town of "Vestboro, "Mass...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 19 March 1885

Wmm ' - v ratww , , 'JCsiyg '"jr -., " H h m- w Come Direct to Thomas Co. Where You Can have Your HOMESTEADS, TIMBER ENTRIES & FILINGS Made htm 31 iff',!!-y J JOHN MOKBISON, JOHN MORRISON. T2E JDK.-2 C3-COZDS IvEZS 23S."Z" G002JS dd v - f -r-: 3-tf- - " -v" s GEOCERY 3sdI-A.3Sr $- G-SOOZEURT" :m:a.:n" vi K&J ,,. 1 r - 7r.yKsrsmt&timmsmMmmimsr,i '5 "v '.. -.-. ' II I II I !! 'r "k:- -" 'tssfiSSPSBraSSI Wrthouf Gtb5llw;d:0fRceiI Mi I - ,v ' f . , ' fr ifj v ttuJf "i iV- 13t.'&' OF OBEr.LIS, will save you money if you "will call on him when in need of any goods. I will sav parties that live in Thomas, Suerman and South Krvwlins counties big mon ey on a bill from $10 to 50. Call and 5ee me when in Obei.m. 1st door north Bank of Oberlin. JOHN MORRISON, Oberlin, Kan. 1?3S O.T. "I cannot tell how. the truth may be, I tell 'the hie as'tfras tola to me." -"& CJ2-CIIZTXGS. School land is going. Plenty of necomcrsn Heavy rain last Thursday. A blacksmith is needed at Colby. ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 26 March 1885

pfpSTlPs -?- :', "-..,.J- J' v-g-j; ..' .? J&r S -iF . 1- . &j es rs l 33 "ir ' -rrf ' 1 Vfir t& 1 1 I -' - -u if SKriV lb. Reynolds & Vancleve, Colby, can save . VOL. L NO. 3. 28,000 AGORES Of land having as fine a soil as a piece of land to DOUBLE if 3.50 lo $ I 50 per acre, as I am Correspondence solicited. 7-35 C'- Duxn & WoRcn&iLK, Props. K. P. Time Table, tMonnment. Passenger train, east, - 5:08 A. M. Passenger train west, 11:39 p.m. Mixed train, east, 4:35 a. M. Mixed train, west, 8:58 P M. If several paying passengers desire to go east or west, the passenger train, the Can non Ball, will be telegraphed and will step .it Monument. Otherwise the passenger triin doe" not stop. The mixed train has a passenger coach and makes regular stops. JiSyContest notices must he accompanied by tha cash -o seeure insertion. jUELTMAN & MILLER, Land and Real Estate AGENTS. OBERLTN, - KANSAS. Will sell you deeded land at low figures, or attend to any business before ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 26 March 1885

s555S5?&i5S2S ' ' ' " . ' iv ' - " s3 ?' -" - -"- ""?' """'' "'-"" ' '' -" ?f "v-n; fF?F f t &? v ?r-Jf; vrr- rs&?': fVPZWtM & - Srt 2f fr' S ' f. " IV v FAU oommunlcaUona .few ffcia pa-Mt Should be accompanied by Vha nama of tot author; not ceeeasarilr foe publication, but M an eridance of food faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one aide of the pt per. Be particularly careful In firing- name nd date to have the letters ana fig-urea pMi u-rf distinct. "IF." "If you 'were me, and I were you. And all the world was twisted, too. What do you think that you would do If j ou were mc and 1 were you V "It 1 were you and ;you were mc, I'd be as pood as pood could be: I'd never fret, nor1 tease, you see, if 1 were you and you were me." "If vou were mc nad I rcrc you. You Utfnk that you 'd be pood and true ? Well, it's as easy a tiling to do When I im I, nnd'you are you." "Since I'm not you and you're not me, Suppo-c we try. each day, to be So pood that nobody can P...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 26 March 1885

zmammemmm :- -VST-: r&tSf&Jr - ' - v " na w ;!: 'Mr j - flk-dA THE BATTLE OF SHILOH. bjq Apparently Impartial anil Unpreju- I diced View of the Much Mooted Ques tions Connected vtlth this Importnnt (Affair Tho Discrepancies of History Il lustrated The Issues of the ISattlo I'rob 5 ably Determined by an Accident. The (liiliculty which the conscientious historian hits to overcome in getting at the truth is curiously illustrated by a careful reading of the two articles on the "Battle of Shiloh" in the February Century, the one by General Grant, the other by Colonel William Preston John ston, a son of General Johnston, and on the fctaff of Jefferson Davis. One givei, of course, the Federal, the other the Confederate, side. Nut only is their interpretation of the aims and purposes of the combatants, and in their estimate of the significance and result of the lirst day's b tttle. do they differ, but in their accounts of cents, even in minor de'ails. Thus Colonel John-ton credits G...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 26 March 1885

m 'vTzrTszssomamwmswmaammmmmims WW3I gpv3 V-fc ssevB -n;,. , .Tii m . b -...'? -' - . - -. '.- V " ? W J' -' SnA --i Si't ? 'fit. : V . . f Come Direct to Thomas Co. Where You Can have Your HOMESTEADS, TIMBER ENTRIES & FILINGS Made Without Going to the Land Office. ! JOHN MORRISON, TUB DM" GOODS t? $ AT GBOCEET lSLJi.2Sr 3 ! mm IS jij.pi Iff l!r iJJ OF OBERLIN, will save you money if you will call on him -when in need of any goods. I will save parties that live in Thomas, Sherman and South Kawlins counties big mon ey on a bill from $10 to $50. Call and ?ee me when in Oberlin. 1st door north Bank of Oberlin. JOHN MORRISON, Oberlin. Kan TIEE O.A.T- 'I cannot tell how the truth may be, I tell the tale as 'twas told to me." m CAT-CHUVQS. Land locators are buoy. Snow storm last Sunday. New Ecttlers continue to pour in Remember Reynolds and Vnnclcve, J. A. Walker's liouso is nearly complet ed. Colby wants a blacksmith and must hare one. Monument needs a chute for unloading stock. Yen ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 2 April 1885

rr ?'l .f - 1., t:r ftfivnftifta & VannlfiTO. Cnlhir nan sava - w ..-, ,,, w 1 ,ii r VOL. I. NO. 4. 2B,soo jblcx !aSH9l Of land having at iine" a soil as a piece of land to 'DOUBLE 3.50 to $4 50 per ncre, as I am Correspondence solicited. TUI CA.T- DUNX & WOKCLSTER, Props. S. 7. Time Tablo.Bflonument. Passenger train, east, - 5.0S a. si. Passenger train, west, 11 :3t r. m. Mixed train, east, 4.35 a. m. Mixed train, wet, 8:58 r M. If several paving passengers desire to go east or west, the. passenger train, the Can non Ball, will be telegraphed and will step at Monument. Otherwise the passenger train does not stop. The mixed train has a passenger coach ind inukes regular stops. tf9rContest notice must be accompanied by tlio cash to seeuiv insertion. IIEiTMAN vt MILLER, Land and Seal Estate AGENTS. OBERLIN, KANSAS. Will ell nu dental Itml ut low figure0, or attend to an- lii-iueab befoie the U. S. Land Office. Tho-p that hare utmnloned homesteads in ftn of the Northwestern cou...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 2 April 1885

RF IJIMyiVSSBBaPB-! LwU.-1 JiHEB55HBL!isJ.-UJ.I U fX. 1 J.,JHer?BinBHnRHInilBliHHHHBHf7TI i 1 -v W"V v".-V- nmiinlcatloni for tfen pajwt inould be accompanied by the name of tta author; not neeesurllr for publication, but u an evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one aide of the pa per. Be particularly careful in firing; name and dates to hare the fetters and furures plaja tad distinct AT THE FIRESIDE. -Around the hearth when raving1 storms and bitter winds do blow. When nirthe wintry wolds ore wrapped in shroud of whitest snow, When cloer to him doth his rags the shiver ing' outcast draw. Who dreams not of a single, meal, and prays but for a thaw. Tilo on more logs; the brighter that our cheery-hearth doth glow. The more our hearts shall warm to those who no such blessings know As hearth and home, and kith and kin, and love of human kind, Toor wanderers, who on this earth no Jot of joy can find. i'oor we may le, yet not so poof but that a penny fee We hav...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 2 April 1885

mimmmmtmmmmmm ?S5?W53s2trH''SS &WT- I'l rZZr3ZlrB 11 "Jstm TS&M&&&5gmzgi l i" " " ,J& T?5-J "VraS. WYH' W-i-VTCA'--? V.-TridlA.ir-BcaJt J'3 Js.-l-J' Op'&S35r, askk-;. ; T 8 s y I r' g K"? I V ' 1 5- ?&' w m JTf m t; rs " 'i f . u 5P0R OPE YOUNG READERS. ROBINSON CRUSOE'S STORY. The nijrlit was thick ami liazy 1 AVhcn the PicadiUy Daisy Carried down the crew and Captain in the sea; Ana i iiniik- ine water urowneu era, For they never, never lound 'cm. And I know they didn't come ashore with inc. Oil! t'o very ad ami lonely Vhen 1 found mys-lf the only Fopulntionou this cultivated -horc; Uut lu' invdc a little tavern Inarockj little cavcm, And I sitmnd watch for people at the door. I Brent no tJmo in looking For a jrirl to do my cooking, As I m quite a clover lund at making stews; Uut I had that lellow IV d ty .!u-tto kop the tau-ni ti-h .And to pur. a Sund 1 pol i on 1113" shoos. 1 have a litt'e yarle.i Tlmt I'm cultivating lnl in, A- the tiling- I oat ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 2 April 1885

MIJUV- prTTT.u:. .v..1 'JM" ;,' -"i i ..-,-i . :t i.'' -.wea. ML,Lr:'mmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmm , i.. i ' . .i LJJ , ...... .. ' . . . ' I . . . ' . 'ligBBP JJPJJWaiLiil."Uil.1? IJl1 .llBL .jy. JppM Jj.5 r -.- .- . " ' , . ' ' i "v. . ' ' ', ' V r -;pppB .-?r i i i rn Pi . pi i mini wm i 11 i i win i i 11 i i i i i i i rm w ' wvr-nm". . i iu imt - ipppppjMipppppppppppppppppjpppjpjaipppppjpppppppppppppppppppppppj 1 -X 5- VB 1' T . -r . -,- rx j( .,-- . - t - Come Direct to Thomas Co. Where You Can have Your HOMESTEADS, TIMBER ENTRIES & FILINGS Made Without Going to the Land Office. n? R& l&r & JOHN MORRISON, JOHN MORRISON, R TUB DIETS" GOODS TVS D&X OOtDft s n GROOERT 3-A3ST OF OBEELIV, will save you money if you will give him a call when in need of any goods. I will save parties that-live in Thomas, Sherman and South Rawlins counties big monoy on a bill from $10 to $50. Call and see me when in Oberlin. 1st door north Bank of Oberlin. JOHN MORRISON, Oberlin, Kan. THE ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 9 April 1885

g0gB&$ .twt-- - v - COUNTy &?- Thomas Cat ,t rcZ "-'"" .. 1 Nai & '? i'k M $ ) & - M lb VOL. I. NO. 5. ft MtnfH! 1 L l JJAJ Of Jar.'I hiving tis fine a soil as i ! ' of land to DOUBLE r3.-30 l J4 50 per acre, as I am -Correspondence solicited. ?IIB C.T- Dunx & WoncLSTKU, Props. jyVC'wiiti'st notices must be accompanied by mo iM-h to secure insvrtion. I Lave bow put on a double rig on the route between OSEBLIff & COLBY. Ami am prepared to carry passengers and express packages at reasonable rates. Ii'ck leav.1". Oberlin Tuesday ant Friday rucj inajr?, mid Colby Wednesday and Sat urday afternoons. P. T. TURNFA', Prop. F. S. SEE, km LOCATOR ,A cu3mi:r :d, Kansas. "Will locate claims for nil par-tie- in Thomas, Rawlins and De c ."ur counties. Is an eld settler fi: ' is well posted in lands. lJar Kviar attention given to Thom ... 'Ouniv. KOTICi: No. 3123. U. S. Laud Olhco, Oberlin, Kan.. March Gth,lfc-85. Complvnt having been entered at this oilier hi Aaberry Camma...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 9 April 1885

( W Wsm - "' fr Us?!" COUNTy Thomas Cat -- Vr 4v ?-- vol. I. NO. 5. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 18S5. $1.50 PER YEAR. K. ft w.i B & ft -&' iSfT"" fi ' 13 & THE O-A-T- SUPPLEMENT, We have received the first number of the Thomas County Cat, Dunn & Worcester, editors and proprietors. The Catjs yet rather small, six column folio, but if itcatchesplenty of rab bits may grow to large size. Al though the gender is given in the name its color has to be in ferred from the name of one of the proprietors, and its quality the other. In politics it is Re pu blican, and we think it plainly indicates that the party intends to maintain its supremacy in the state when it sends out young Thomas Cat missionaries to Re publicanise the coyotes. Mr. "Worcester is well known in this county as an able journalist, and we hope he and his partner will make their everlasting fortunes but we are afraid they will never do it on Thomas Cats. Mankato Review. That enterprising l...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 9 April 1885

msm'&2& wmmm 11 ... mil . , ' Ji,L. ' '"U-'-,-.-,'. T --'., r.-'"J, .'. "t. ..HHJUPWaWa 35&F3T -. . -' ft: " ; ., . . , . ., . ' - 1 1 - .1 f i- "- 5 - )k -5 ibouldbe ftcaomMnlnd hr tb nmo of fhl nmmmm author; not necessarily for publication, but w an evidence of rood faith on the pari of the writer. Write only on one side of the pa. per. Be particularly careful In firing name and dates to hare the letters ana fig-urea slate ud disttacc AT THE FIRESIDE. Around tha hearth when raving storms and bitter winds do Mow, When all the wintry wolds are wrapped in fchroud of whitest snow, When oIocr to him doth his rags the shiver ing outcast draw. Who dtcains not of u single meal, and prays but for a thaw. Pilo on more logs: tho brighter that our cheer3'-hearth doth glow, Tho more our hearts shall warm to those who no such blessings know As hearth and home, and kith and kin, and love of human kind, 1'oor wanderers, who on this earth no jot of joy can find. Poor we may be, yet not...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 9 April 1885

aaavV' aaaTa ..- aaaaa "vr X It-', l?01l ODE YOUNG READERS. ROBINSON CRUSOE'S STORY. 1 'The nijrbt vra thick and hazy ' "When tho J'icadilly Daisy Girried down the crew and Ceptain in the sea; , And I th'nk tlie ater drowned 'cm, , For they never, never found 'em. And I know they didn't come a.-horc with me. ; Oil! t'wa very sad and lonely When i found mj?elf the only Population on thH cultivated -horo; Hut i ve made a little tavern In a rocky little cavern. And I sit and watch for neojdeat the door. - T srerit no time in look'njr For a girl to do my eookiiiy. As I in quite a clever hand at making stews; Hut 1 dad that fellow Fr day .lut to keoji the tavern tidy And to put a Sunday jol.s i on my M1033. I haw a litt'e K-rlei That I'm c-iiltivntm? I ml in, A the ihi!! 1 eat .-re ritlier toujrli and dry: For I live on to;-s'.cl li.u-Is, 1'rickl J e.ir-. and i.irio: jrizard. And I'm ie,;I!y very fond ol beetle pie. The elotlie 1 had were furry. And it inndo me lret and worry AVhen I fou...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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