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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 26 November 1887

ETPwge &&&&$&& h. - - i&MMS&m: t & t '- j; i vs v- it&w? t. feri -H 0- -, -.Zc "S. -v-j " v, . vr-t. 1L J t. BV . Witfw ffowrais 3ML OFFICIAL PAPER OP TREGO CO0BTY. rv. 5. 7rov, - - rfrtor. Saturday, NoyEjf bee 26, 1887f -Wa-Keeney needs a fire company. There is a prospect of soft Goal being scarce and biffb-priced this winter. The Journal gives notice of the arrival qf English sparrows in Osborne. The D. M. & A. is said to have located tbe end of a division aeUtfca, Ness pounty, s And peach cider 'is what they are trying to put down at Topeka now its sale, we monn. The number of Jewell county newspnrers las been reduced this) ear from nine to six. Akd now the tale i& unfolded that S jarks will run for congress ontbo "clam pr of bis friends." J. P. Iskael, o the McAllaster ffcrarf, gives it out tbat ho is about to start a paper at Winona. The Enterprise of last week an no'inces tbe death of Trjbnno. Tbe ques tion now is where the peopl...

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. — 26 November 1887

rtf-ssii? ' . .' i-e sas' SrVl V . i mmm:sr V, ran ' T W '. -1 f v5' LYW i" vwr 5 If ii r K HOLIDAY STOCK A. B. JONES'S, THE FINEST EVER DISPLAYED IN WA-KEENEY. t- J& ?. Some of these articles are Ladies' Toilet Dressing Cases, Jewel and Glove Boxes Combined, Sachet Bags, highly ornamented, Gents' Shaving Sets, Manicure Sets, Gents' Dressing Cases, Ladies' Work Boxes and Work Baskets. Bronze Dressing Oases, Perfume Cases, Zylonite Dressing Sets, Silk Plush Collar and Cuff Boxes, Leather " " A fine line of Ladies' Hand Bags,' Ladies' Pocket Books of all kinds, Cut Glass Water Sets, with Hammered Brass Trays, Whisk Holdersboth Plush and Hammered Brass, Fancy Water Sets, with Hammered Brass Tray Large Variety of Brass Novelties. Picture Frames, In great variety with Plush, Bronze, Brass, Wood, Leather and other classes of Trimming. Mirrors Plate Glass- Triplicate Plate-glass Mirror6, Rustic Frames, Bronze Frames, Zy lonite Frames, etc. Drums. A lot of nice ones of different sizes. ...

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. — 26 November 1887

-? f .,11 i ayj' u v: -1- 4-3r SA Bv lfl 7 . .... - fc fc V A , tfW 'few t &" f ,S- . T . '"f-1 " S f I " ' - '' GENERAL NEWS. The plaintiff in a suit against a commer cial agency at Montreal was awarded $2, 000 damages upon showing that his business had deen injuriously affected by false .in formation furnished by the .defendants to one of their customers. Rev. Leonard Wookey Bacon, a well known Connecticut clergyman, has been ousted from Ihe pulpit of the Independent PrAnhvAMn ehnrrh. at Savannah, Georgia, because his views with regard to the negro were too liberal to please the majority of bis congregation. . A wagon in which four children named Shult were riding was struck by an engine on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Toad, near Orion, Illinois, and two of the child$n were killed. A general fight occurred Sunday, in a col ored church at Salem. New Jersey, Two men were shot and r-eriously injured. The action of the Union Pacific road in shortening the time between Omah...

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. — 26 November 1887

2s era it " -Cg'SS graiS ' .x. ' .r-zsar- sAiS-.Ri4i'-rJ?rt ,4,-f "rn TZP-& tij- .; VfV r JT' . ,i- ' 'i? Mjmu'T.aiM'a.A.'.sMki: t.fc'a $mmi fe V i IW i-SSb S7 &Jf-C V.T 1 IRme Table K. D. of U. P. B. E. EXPRESS TBAINS 304 goes east 6:00 p. sc. i 2 203 goes wet 10:25 ju M. 203 D.3 A- 21. I iMJJ. nj p. 34. FREIGHT TRAINS. Denver and Kansas City Time Freight and stock, west dae 8-35 a. m. No 214, Local, east due 5 p. M. 211, Kansas City and Denver time freight and stock, west due 1:40 p. ac. 213 local, west doe j6:49 a. m. 213, local west leaves 651 x. at. Numbers 213 and 214 will cany pass engers; other freights will not. Served up by tne ''World's" Rustling Reporters COLLTER CAWIKGS. V. P. HXILEOXD TUIE TABLE. EAST WEST Fast Mail, -----,-- 6:37 a m 9.56 p m Day Passenger - - - - - 5:25 p x 10 56 p m Freight - 3.40 p 21 11:25 am Passengers allowed by permit. Oollter, Nov. 23, 1887. Snow. Colder Sickness. A dull week. A few cloudy days. Entertainment Dec. 2. Are you coming? Te...

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. — 26 November 1887

?w !?KV TSw3 K45rr' 'S SSftfiWS? " saa "j- Jxyi -j ; ,' -ij. sreu fc v. ' s" v- J? r x, i1 - " r'.js W5 St,,- t,"'-, ssife 4 - -i-A. iJ st,- v-Ar. i-j '4?' l? .."' " m Ai ',', THE MILZER. BY KCHBY BICH. A grist on the hopper, the sun on tho efll. An' a hcigho I TJncky tho lano that comes ont at a mill, An a hoigho ! Oxer his profit thtf honey-bee hums, . Oat of hia blanket the butterfly comes, An a hcigho I An' a heigh ! ThoJDoctor cornea up on his mite of a mare, An' a hcigho ! We agree this old world is all ont of repair. An a heigho ! But -we leave it alone, in our neighborly chats And 1 -uixos a mess for my beggarly rats, An a heigho! An'ahoighl The Squire o lato he rides double 'with care, An' a heigho ! Two months at a manger have left hie mow baro An' a heigho I He never calls for the foot of my score, 'Till it runs from the rafter clean down to the floor. An a heigho! An' a heigh! Tho Pardon's the boat 'o thj b:ack-coated clan An' a heigho! There is wheat, ho makes out, in t...

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. — 3 December 1887

WTTTTr WMZM ; -t - . 4 i. r s X, i m -V-, iZ. -. fJ nnir ,. c J-4ET'k' r amH kkr aB H BH mf 9a Hl aA Evll TPIR v aw-w "flHa1 . . r - w MMtf . vi m - - A -" . - W i SEf N If 'Efif v JlliJe , Yearly Subsoriptiori $S.OO NINTH TEAR. FOR BARGAINS GO TO k: L. BHHHi He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything1 in GROCMES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM K1 WULil-i ft liW-flLl HIGHEST MKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: X TT L, WA-KBENEY, IM-KEEM MM MARKET. WHOLESALE B0LOGSA SAUSAGE & PRESSED CORN BEEF A SPECIALTY THE Tift, A TUB MUlHl'il TtilTl BEST PRICES PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOG& W. S. HARRISON, CHAS. N. BENEDICT, -DHALERIN- Fruits and OGIRS, TOBACCOS. UD COIFECTIOHHIIES. bwj mU fha prodnoe, at tha highest market prioa, wMok tba farmara haYa to rtlaprfc ot OATiTi jSlXTX) BHH TVTR. CHAS. N. BENEDICT. teAND Office Blanks, LEGAL BXiAJISHSia, -ATTHK- WESTM KAliS Blanka ara not agaalad in Topaka in point of axoellenoa, aai oar prioaa ara raaaonabla. W, B. KRITCH...

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. — 3 December 1887

sk- OTffiiPL'. ar a?s&sfc: "? xyy.v r - rrp-?& aIt a Tjp." -y""? 5 s. teiiSA i. V XTTaSSS,. - - ' &j&r$3t!2e om' . -crz,aiw rf-rr: t.,? "-&& ui.V -tJ -v "w - "3 ti.rtf 33 r ls :" Wttitxn mm WML OFFICIAL PAPEl of trwo coaTY. Ifr. 5. TILTOH, Editor, Saturday, December 3, 1887. WORDS OF WANAMAKER. John Wanamaker, the great Phil adelphia merchant, recently spoke these words concerning advertising. They assert what with us has long been a clear conviction: "My plan for fifteen years has been to buy so much space in a newspa per and fill it up with what I wanted. I would not give an advertisement in a newspaper of 400 circulation for 5,000 dodgers or posters. If I want ed to sell cheap jewelry or run a lot tery scheme I might use posters, but I would not insult a decent read ing public with hand bills. The class of people who read such things ire-poor-material-to look to for sup port in mercantile affairs. I deal di rectly with the publisher. I say to him: How long...

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. — 3 December 1887

lltJIll1? Spr Lxi "tW .Vr s i? -i - . "srm ilt Siv ii r&iT r "-- ? ""tv "Ai? -J?& - v a jt .y. "ot-- WS &G3&&3 i- &?- J-Yl?, 1 r . a. LH : v: P: .u S'ft P? re? ;v k f la Yalliere We all call the lover of La Valliere the Grand Monarque, the magnani mous, the admiration of his circle, and what not else in terms of flattery. In the awful year pf 1793 the rabble crowds that had violated the tomb of Jier king and lover passed on to the burial place of the Carmelites and searched the grave of LaTalhere in hopes of finding jewels, but they dis covered nothing beyond the ebony crucifix laid upon her repentant bosom just as it had been when she yielded her spirit to Him who gave it. One anecdote, however, to prove how her intense and pathetic love remained with her for Louis even to the last. Seeing one day a sister of her order stooping down to drink from a well while she formed a cup for the water -with her hands, she reminded herself with sudden anguish of an incid...

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. — 3 December 1887

VV'-'W :- ktw V g -i,T '.TitlSJCW -"S1fe. riJi' ' ? " r2T- jVwSiH" :?. wv uufr, v2C P"' ' "TrLfJ V' "&--., -j. iFA H, , t - 3r -- 3i "ii- V' &. r1 -.--- r . u--" . .. j.. t4'f3T t "V Yv. - i J--? -, - , Kg 1? JS .. !. V. . cT-iw. ..c-. I- 'fi- -aroe-a.-"TJ .wyTw,,,, .-. -ca j-A-i? lj Jf y' . . Wtftwrt iSmw WML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREQO COUITY. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Satuebay, December 3, 1887. WORDS OF WANAMAKEB. John Wanamaker, the great Phil adelphia merchant, recently spoke -these words concerning advertising. They assert what with us has long heen a clear conviction: "My plan for fifteen years has been to buy so much space in a newspa per and fill it up with what I wanted. I would not give an advertisement in a newspaper o 400 circulation for 15,000 dodgers or posters. If I'want ed to sell cheap jewelry or run a lot tery scheme I might use posters, but I would not insult a decent read ing public with hand bills. The class of, people who read such things are poor material to...

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. — 3 December 1887

SfSS sSs' " rs evrrar- tjt &? & '3,'-fcJV- jSMi ; n?g SSJBCT t-0 ejfrift! Wr? f -AV' V?- - .Wi 53 f T tf9- ljj 4v !fc. &m sr tv r C 5 ?& SuY f;t -- - c "XJ W" 'fi&m HOLIDAY STOCK A. B. JONES'S, THE FINEST EVER DISPLAYED IN WA-KEENEY. & je Some of these articles are Ladies' Toilet Dressing Cases, Jewel and Glove Boxes Combined, Sachet Bags, highly ornamented, Gents' Shaving Sets, Manicure Sets, Gents' Dressing Cases, Ladies' Work Boxes and Work Baskets. Bronze Dressing Cases,1 Perfume Cases, Zylonite Dressing Sets, Silk Plush Collar and Cuff Boxes, . Leather A fine line of Ladies' Hand Bags, Ladies' Pocket Books of all kinds, Cut Glass Water Sets, with Hammered Brass Trays, Whisk Holdersboth Plush and Hammered Brass, Fancy Water Sets, with Hammered Brass Tray Large Variety of 'Brass 'Novelties. Picture Frames, In great variety with Plush, Bronze, Brass, Wood, Leather and other classes of Trimming. Mirrors Plate Glass. Triplicate Plate-glass Mirrors,' Rustic Fr...

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. — 3 December 1887

ly'WTfW "? Sv -A". ,vt -ViLt & i a a?" E v .. "S 1 , JT w WS'WS NOTES. Saturday's storm raged with such.f ury on she lakes" that many vessels were compelled to seek port for safety, and Quite a fleet of boats put into the harbor at Milwaukee. Two fishermen who went out from that city before the storm arose are reported to have been drowned. The schooner Stampede was stranded off Poplar point abbut eight miles southeast of South Chicago. A deputy sheriff who went to the jail at Birmingham, Alabama, to bring a negro named Collins to the criminal court, where he was to be sentenced for the murder of a fellow convict, found that the man had died from hemorrhage of the lungs. Two brothers named "Wright, who had es caped from the jail at Mary ville, Missouri, were captured recently at Hannibal. The strike beeun by the switchmen in the Southern Pacific yard at Houston, Texas, is extending to other roads ana to oiner cmes in the state. The high bridge over the Mississippi river at Dubuq...

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. — 3 December 1887

v Wj f-7 ?&& & RT S s54 r n.T ' . ,-" ,-orv tjk" Q 7W s? '1ji:m . l? " i,"-Ji- i 1.1 S- .Jfci V' -i -LR -TrfH" . .l . w Mi'-r sniiivs1; m'mmfwmmsmm mwMmmmmmmmmm&m , osr'Av.jjc - " " " . " r'iii?3? ' rx"lii &-J ? - ., utrr FJT1 C lrtr " t . ? J 'V' -5 "" ;; i r ifv M ft is B&f 1t .-fTi: ,i W Timt Table X. D.of TJ P. R. R. V JUUTXU0B XBAUNB. 9M goes easta'ao. jc J 203 goes west 10:07 a. jc 90S 3Ba.u. 1301 " " 938 P.M. , FBEIGHT TBAIN8. Dearer and Kiman City Ttate .Freight and stock, west dap 8-36 a. k. No 214, Local, east dee 5 r. M." 311, Kmums City and Denver time freight and stock, west due 1:40 p. ac 213 local, west dae 6i9x.it. 213, local west leares 6.51 a. h. Numbers 213 and 214 will carry pass engers; other freights will not TREGO COUWTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "WorU's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWINGS. Collyer, Nov. 30, 1887. A very stormy week. Son dogs were visible Saturday eve. T. K. Phillips was at Wa-Keeney Thursday. t A. W. Burnett, of Buff...

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. — 3 December 1887

?& rss ,r W'S,!' 13 TC't 'f' sCr ai 5-4? -&&x7 -j. ., y - Ztf&Pv? jP' v- v-mj 'rvHsj .a??!-;!??.4' c& ?W . tr' - - -Jyegigasasg -gg:iaiFtgy - rv yrg frgsg&; t-.-S W NATURE'S VOICES. BY"H. C. BAI1I1ABD. Heard ye what the brooklet said, Dancing o'er its pebbled bod ? Heard ye not the bud's sweet song Wafted on the. winds along? Liquid harp and feathered lyre Sing iu nature's joyous choir, Sing in harmony and truth, Cheer the hopeful heart of youth ; Fill with joy the forms of age On their weary pilgrimage Once, in days now far away. Where my boyhood's years were passed, All the woild around mo lay Like a playground, grand and vast, Every brooklet's son.' I heard, Every carol of iho bird Fell liko music on my ear, Witb. a cadence sweet and clear Came and found my glad heart free To suff jso with melody. Now tho brook's glad song no more Calls me to its grass-frmged shore, And the bird-song, sweet and -wild. That 60 gladdened mo a child, Beaches not my waiting ea...

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. — 10 December 1887

; . t5,' ''pa it '&r urr.Jlx - ' , i ?&! . .r N.y - l w i'.r..t 8, w.-uitrf ,H U?t &; rs. . i t": '!-?? I- , 5K m - . pearly Su.tosoiDtior $S.OO NINTH YEAE. FOR BARGAINS GO TO He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything" in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE DON'T FORCET WA-EBENEY, s 3 WA-KEEMY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. mOGNA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPEdALTI. THB TRAJDSl fcU -- iTTTCDi. BEST PRICES PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOGa W. S. HARRISON, CHAS. N. BENEDICT, -DEALEB IN- Fruits and ' CffilBMOBUCOS. WaH to amy all prodsm, dxw OATiTi --JD s03 -&OEL CHAS. N. BENEDICT- Land Office Blanks, LT1QAL BX-AOSrEZS, -AT WESTERN KAM Blanks are not quirted in Topeka in point of excellence, aai oar nrioas are reasonable W. B. KRITCHFIELD, -SSLAXdBR. IN- nMTHE, CARPETS, WBDOW SHADES, PICTURE tOXTOXarCTB S , THPifc. AT FPHOES. FOR BUTTER MB EGGS, THE PLACE: KANSAS. Proprietor. EC S Vegetables UD MECfflMEIIES. t the h...

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. — 10 December 1887

.7a2; jV wFTAk' && ?? -A, ' &5k TIL ?V nKSsrj JH ? Tfr.iT;, k, tt' i .V.J sjce vs-esir" r -,..-??- fc. A '1 "S, .?" T v lirrrsu !x JV!3 " Xf- V 4 s5- -i. ifWSSfJ 9B te c Wtfttttt pfcWWW OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUNTY. W. S. TILTON, Editqr. Saturday, December 10, 1887. TO SUBSCRIBERS. The World -want's to part com pany with no subscriber who means .well. There are a few men to whom we have refused to send the paper, because they did not pay for it in advance. ' They are of the class who could pay, but, in our judgment, would not. At the same time, pov erty of the genuine variety never, when we could prevent it, has kept any 'citizen of Trego county from getting the World. Our bills have to be paid promptly a portion of them each week and the other por tion each month. Our expenses are heavy. Exact justice demands that our dues be collected as regularly as we have to pay our debts. On no other basis can anybody figure for us any reliable pay or profit. -We maintain a delic...

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. — 10 December 1887

gt 'X - . - .-" T" ' J1 J" , ' SSWW "Wf "u. c , t -J' " :, M . If-' " "S. Jw -v X25 SOUTH AMERICAS' GAUCllO. The Goucho (growclio) of the pam pas is the most interesting character on the continent Ho is the descendant of the aristocratic Spanish don and tho woman of the Gur.rani race, a species unknown to any other pari of the world, whose nearest-likeness is the Bedouin of Arabia. He is ' at once the most indolent and the most active of human beings, for when he is not in the saddle, devouring space on the back of a tireless broncho, he is sleeping in apathetic indolence among his mistresses or gambling with his chums. Half savage and half courtier, the Gaucho is as courteous as he is cruel, and "will thrum an air on the native mandolin .. with the same ease and nonchalance as Vlie will, murder a fellow-being or slaughter a steer. He recognizes no law but Itta own will and tae unwritten code of the cattle range, and all viola tions of this code are punished by ban ishment or death....

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. — 10 December 1887

sifc V fa-aw; w iTE7-SBcrirrBBv ss-'f!aiSET4t- tmgaf&?ilrgfyfy-4 "-wv ni-nr- tTr jf- -jzr ismiw c .-wmkjmo. &zan. ' .'"winHiiuffv.naRVFjF.M,-nwirsw jTp-j:t-jt. wKkjtt ar.irEi iiwjwmjtkt .ffirr.EK:jsMHW3& " t. jnCTJw was1-TmHn,ai' J -7" tx -. ''.at? i H3- -"ATi & . y- j .".-. r VT ?- 1 ;jj( .9Mm Xann? OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COBHTY. W. S. TILTON, - Editor. Saturday, December 10, 1887- TO SUBSCBIBEBS. The World wants to part com pany with no subscriber who means well. There are a few men to whom we have refused to send .the paper, because they did not pay for it in advance. They are of the cjass who could pay, but, in our judgment, would not. At the same time, pov erty of the genuine variety never, when we could prevent it, has kept any citizen of Trego county from getting the World. Our bills have to be paid promptly a portion of them each week and the other por tion each month. Our expenses are heavy. Exact justice demands that our dues be collected as regularly as w...

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. — 10 December 1887

iWBS5SK&-sS?57"53Pf mi&smwysrim ' sfv 51 5WT";'f!9Sr''i n- J3i' " F' FVS - " " . - --' -s.?,-!-iJ3L S S? " SvJ-a V JSP" r & r tsc v iwlsv -' v - -" r X wwwagB JWW ' 3 & r o 1R v .. i hr Irfg S2. '' i 1 . r - ' f K5t, Pv ty ? gfo,r- t .. i HOLIDAY STOCK --AT-- A. B. JONES'S, THE FINEST EVER DISPLAYED IN WA-KEENEY. fry w Some of these articles are Ladies' Toilet Dressing' Cases, Jewel and Glove Boxes Combined, Sachet Bags, highly ornamented, Gents' Shaving Sets, Manicure Sets, Gents' Dressing Cases, Ladies' Work Boxes and Work , Baskets. Bronze Dressing Cases, Terftime Cases, Zylonite Dressing Sets, Silk Plush. Collar and Cuff Boxes, Leather A fine line of Ladies' Hand Bags, Ladies' Pocket Books of all kinds, . Cut Glass Water Sets, with Hammered Brass Trays, Whisk Holders both Plush and Hammered Brass, Fancy Water Sets, with Hammered Brass Tray Large Variety of Brass Novelties. Picture Frames, In great Taripfcy with Plush, Bronze, Brass, Wood, Leather and ,other class...

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. — 10 December 1887

H ' PS - i5- NEWS NOTES. A terrible tragedy occurred in Indian erritory, Sunday, which grew out of the attempt of a deputy marshal -named Dalton to arrest a horfe-thief named Smith. The latter was.found in a tent, in which there was also another man named Dixon and his wife. When the officer inquired for Smith the desperado rushed out and fired upon him, and a general fight ensued, which resulted in the killing of Dalton and Smith and Mrs. Dixon. The political excitement in Indian Ter ritory, which at one time promised to result in an armed conflict between the rival par ties, is quieting down, and no more serious trouble is feared. A rich lead of pure galena ore has been discovered at Jordan Centre, Iowa county, Wisconsin. It would seem that there is no foundation for the stories that have been circulated to the effect that the capitolat Austin, Texas, ' is insecure. -Governor Ross thinks there is not a stronger or better built structure in the country and such architects as have e...

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. — 10 December 1887

xPf w &' i'v r Ur Tf'' i!f W L . fca S-U; " kT i -x.t ,,& w : fe H X Time Table K. D. of IT. P..B. E. EXPBESS TRAINS. 20 goes east 30 p. m. 1 203 goes west 10:07 ju h. ;303 " '-:$9a.x.I201 " '" 9:28r.at. rREIGHT TRAINS. Denver and Kansas City Time Freight and stock, west due 35 x. jt No 214, Local, east due 5 p. m. 211, Kansas City and Denver time freight and etock, west due 1:40 p. m. 213 local, west due 6.49 a. m. 218, local west leaves 6:51 a. m. Numbers 213 and 214 -will carry pass angers; other freights vdll not. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. ColiiTeb, Dec. 7, 1887. Much warmer. Butchering time. 1888 will soon roll around. The entertainment is all over. M. P. Goodwin is now our notary pub lic Will Bowers was in Oakley Sunday, the guest of L. A. fisher. Mrs. York has returned from an ex tended visit with her daughter, Mrs. El " liott, of Bussell Springs, Kan. S. O. Kobb, of Ogallah, came up Sat urday to attend the ...

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