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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 16 February 1888

W&fPtfx COUNTy Thomas COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 16, i88i. VOL. III. NO. 49. r' " """ wfjHHflC - - ji! tf Ht :? u ' l"V IS I 'ft r IH 'i Rfta. & A ?. m M. NISKERN 'urniture &ND WNDERT1EH. TIIK LABGEST AND Finest Stock of Furniture in Northwest Kansas. Celebrated Wove Wire Bed Spring Mattres sesSpiral Supports. A full line of Center Tables, Buieaus. IJcd Room Suits, Chairs. Rockers, Tablrs, What Nots. &.c. &.c. Carpets. Oil Cloth. Matting and Smyrna Rugs in latest and best patterns. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. A full line of Undertaking Goods kept at all times in stock. Try a Bottle of My Furniture Polish. We handle the NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE. Sewing machine needles and other supplies in stock. Goods not in stock wilKfce ordered on short notice. PALACE DRUG STORE. MAETIN & HAMPTON, Props. DEALERS IN Mi. I cilieiuc PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. All medicines guaranteed pure and fresh. Prescriptions carefully c...

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. — 16 February 1888

wmmmmmmmmmmmmm wm.&a'v -t?fr , 'r '- w5,s?-iT,',i. .. -3 r-1?. SU-W- x 5 O " . - T - tfrJi.: ' di- ; " AW wPBSH tU 41? 15 i t 'R -34. ev & - "fta-ss-'if THOMAS COUUTT CAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. - . . KANSAS "OH, COME AND HELP ME OUT1" There are some folks who of advice WlllncvertakeabK, Though age and ripeexpcrience May often offer it. And yet whin they m trouble get For aid they loudiy cry. And aid expect from any friend Who chances to be nigh. T.ike care," you say, "this road is full Of hollows hereabout;" But on they go unheeding till You hear them splash, and shout: "Oh, dear! I've fallen into one; "Pray, come and help me out!" Uow it's my firm opinion that If they were let to stay Awhile where they had placod themselves 'Twould be the better way. And then, perchance, while struggling hard They re tched dry ground once more, They'd listen to the voice of those Who'd gone that way before. But just as long as some good soul. Forgetting sneer and flout. Buns to the...

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. — 16 February 1888

w v y m ii m w m H -S 51 f r& kxi lap ;i I' I? &' ? 51 W, & r&fc ; m K-s?' fyr: lr . 4a THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. tXTLBY. KANSAS. THREE KISSES. "We sat beneath the whispering trees. My own true love and I alone, "While Cupid, floating on the breeze. Claimed all the glorious world his orn. Sweet, tender words unbidden rose Upon my lips; and blushes red, Xike the sun's glare on virgin snows. With melting warmth her cheeks o'ers-yread. 1 drew her closer to my side And softly begsed her to confess That she was mine my own, my bride; I heard her faintly whisper: "Yes." 1 gently ra'sed her face, and Her eyes with radiant love-light fi'.led. That trembling kiss Til ne'er forget. Which both our hearts with rapture filled. Ten year? have gone, anil somber gloom Surrounds me now all joy has fled; For the:e within the darkened room My love, my darling wife, lies dead. There rests the cold, pale shape of clay Taat once with human life was warm; The soul I love h...

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. — 16 February 1888

imib w.c-..e- i ' iwmi ! 38-. -WS& T V!3r JESS H?y "' . , , f4' if 'JipOk v " "x &&?' &55&1&X V i- ISm- . vSSV mm?mmMm'-mmsMmmm , -i i-- n j m, , j -. ' -: .. ,. r -T' ,.r - k- t f- "" -- tljv fci - su "7-- --i Tv Tai--.SL.. -pfeusi tr -s . moKrraaa ri"$Cc ;. .T-, .. " asX mwA5r SV5 -Lv v to;-vvr.crnKl-c .J. - rttw IS'Ztt7M&i$zLl&Z'&rrrinmnmmm - - - 1 n. r rn; Ife - , ' W V' S r- gtrg m&vcn -".i-"2 .- THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL OOUXTT AND CITr PAPBH. Thomas Co. Cat Publishing Co. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. Delegate Convention- A delegate convention of the re publicans of the Oth congressional district of the state of Kansas, will be held in the city of Oberlin, Kan., on Wednesday, the ICth day of May,1888 at 2 o'clock, p. in , for the purpose of nominating two delegates and two al ternates to represent the b'tii congres sional district in the National Repub lican Convention to be held in Chicago 111., June 19, 1888. The representa tion will ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 16 February 1888

1 s - j Cat Supplement.. THURSDAY, FEB. 1G, 188S. Elder F. M. Stewart is again with us. Plenty of weather of different kinds last week A pleasant call from Mr. Simon Miller on Friday last. We-are sorry to learn of the severe ill ness of Mrs. David Olds. An election is called in Hale township on a proposition of The Lincoln & Colo rado Railway for $18,000 bonds. W. H. Archer, at Otterbourne. has fitted up boxes for the acconimodtion of the public and otherwise improved the post office at that place. Mr. Lew Ginger, the G. A. II. enter tainment man, is a rustling caterer. Ev eryone of his entertainments are worthy of cordial patronage. Mr. Hitchcock, postmaster at Voltaire, has got himself into serious trouble, if the charges against him can be maintain ed. He was arrested-and taken to Tope ka on last Monday. It appears that a legistere'd package containing SoOO.OO in currencv, had been opeived and the mon ey taken out and the envelope tilled witii blank paper, reseated and delive...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 16 February 1888

i-anmuaie. 111 ms.ieiter. Jir.Hlaine I ana uiner tnroji mna. iaggtmhliii. j gS&&Sg1 " v EF57?3 Banlsing Department. Bills of exchange bought and sold. Interest paid on time deposits. ' 'Law and Collections. Represented by H. E. Weld, who will attend carefully to all legal business of the company, and with an extended experience and thorough knowl edge of its details we can guarantee satisfaction. Three leading mercantile agencies repre sented. t Loans. Long and short time, as well as chattel loans made at usual rates. Guaran teed investments made for those desiring to place money where it will bring quick and prof itable returns. . Abstracts. We carry a complete set of abstracts of all lands in Thomas county and furnish reliable work upon blanks prepared especially for our own use, upon which we own the copyright. U. S; Court abstracts'prepared. Plat records accurately given. Taxes paid for non-residents. Xiand. We have a long list of wild and improved lands for sale at low ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 16 February 1888

mmmmmmmm tA-s5u3gps.ij;esKBa fSSfff'f "ff fWf:ft saiHsgsgaiws iy ?- ', "u V i?'vJl'' -: ' WMm;k " -v J 'J, 5- - uw5"?yen& .-ii: wy rj55T v -s S"J ?SS - " ! " v , 1 . l . 3.! i -.'Jftfe A -,, riV 5 A LARGE AMOUNT OF NEW MONEY TO LOAN ON Farm Loans, Chattel Loans, and Loans on Second Mortgages on land. f r R $ i ;; I Terms MOKE FAVORABLE than Ever before. 'PS&pSiL'9' e"0.. . rOt1 Iwi" F Y ife ..! L3 jt m rfir i i J a A ft IK fc' ifi ?.! lV i ia :?f ?J li. h 6 tor m, 4i TV g& i. &- li-i raises. J-T ft - x w r- If you want to borrow money on any kind of good security you erms. Yours for square dealing, my terms. THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GTLL, Editor. OAKLEY k COLBY RAILWAY. OAKLEY TO COLIIV. TJm,t,h,i: o, I, To take iffeet Mondaj, OctoU-r 10, 1N7. 0 o'clock A. M. TOIIT1IKOO HINMKNT VM INKOIJM VTIOV OK I.MPI.OM -. WEMW.VHD. No. 1 leai cs Onklcj at J.UI p. in., and urri es In Colli at 4. 20 p. m. No. 2 lent e- Colbj at 8.4Ta. in., and arrics in Oiikloj in 1(1 lri a...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 16 February 1888

tSWK? j S24TV 'jaV tPrawyTKgi mr ip C?5JV r tvyo"-!. " n";i.',.,.,a?.T - a -?r..TiT-.. .,? t5e "ciw 5-vfr r? ri's:.r. " Y ft J- .-v-wo-slv .t :vx c r Trsvs: -,:,.., -y . S v r , . - i. J IW 3:i4mmik srssoiawB5j'5C,.rvi,?Bi '&$fZ2i3&$&$&3 i '" i'f'-i v?- '.tr's .'"s:va'( .i"Jiv" 1 .T'l jfi:n.wwii VeL ' ii- MV t-j-j i. iB&fc -VilP- - WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. FROM COLORADO. , JkM. Iatoreatiae letter from Mrs. Taaacr Wimea and Their Rights. Mrs. 11 M. Tanner, formerly of -Rochester, O., Bent from her new 'home in Colorado a very interesting letter to the president of the Ladies' Equal Eights Association of Paines Tille: 'I am sorry that I can not help you -in your work in Ohio, but I find no lack of opportunity and need of the ame kind of work here, and am doing uiy best to meet it and create senti ment in favor of franchise for women by lending our leaflets, my Woman's Journal, Union Signal, etc. "Wc are in a new section just settled this summer, all of us taking Govern ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 16 February 1888

. Hir si. J 3 "-at' '"" -rv?is s?J Sg? -Tf 4 Vttj- tn . t ; f ' i 3 fh "rai- fmTmmfnmszaaSls; t .- ' ': Sv.-ft;3fg v dJ-JSJ aaaaaaSSSaaaasaaassaaia S.SJ s$f. k ?v U Ii r ? i m i-j ft1 ijfr fit BK r & n J? tr W ! m-s w m& MARK TWAIN'S FISH. How Two 'Frisco Men Helped the Humor ist to Catch Bock-Cod. Aivay hack in the sixties, when Mark Twain resided in San Francisco and -was the regular correspondent of the Virginia (Xev.) Enterprise, he was a character among the Bohemians, and associated with many jolly souls who ire now numbered among the missing, and many who are still well known in San Francisco. Mark was an ardent angler, and was never happier than when sitting with his legs dangling over the side of a cozy yacht, and waiting for the slow and lazy nibbles of the denizens of the sea. In those days Alexander Badlam and Fult Berry owned the steam-tug Fanny Ann, and to gratify Mark's piscatorial whim they fitted her up one day with a dozen or two bottles of bait and a fine l...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 16 February 1888

:vfc WtW;MM44WJiM .S'BSOKSi " ' y . . -. . , "I -. jp- . " - '-- ' ." ' . - , i -. ..- - ,&-, 'r rv -ii Wv 3S5i5.5 m rs?rf J I . , Z r- " j' COUNTY CLERK'S ANNUAL PORT. CZ3 Concluded from last week. STATE P. 8. FDKD. Total amount received prior toJuly 1,1886 &8&U9 Tota' amount paid out prior to July 1,1886 $5,88.37 Balance on band June 30. 1886 16.82 $5,865.19 $5,865.10 Total amount received from principal and interest on fetnte school land for the year ending June 30, 1S87... $16,958.61 Total amount paid out on County Supt's orders $1,807.81 Jan. 1. 1887, cash paid state treasurer 6,357.99 July, 1887, cash paid state treasurer 8,m.60 July 1, 1187, balance on hand 15.21 $10,958.61 f 16,958.61 Total indebtedness of Thom as county to October 10, 18S3 $8,556.84 Jan., 1S87, accounts allowed. 2,874.92 Apr., 1887. " " 1,079-11 .July.lW, " " :i53.65 Oct., 1887, " " 1,771.96 JulyO, 1887, warrants paid. . 1,932.10 .Amount not paid Oct. 10, 1SS7 10,201.38 Aug 6, 1887, George Mille...

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. — 23 February 1888

'a v Vf COUNTy Thomas Cat. VOL. III. NO.50 COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 188. $1.50 PER YEAR. A .j , -w ;: I lit 11 i mi Hi ft &1 t-j tf Hi SK. 'V I HP - j. M. NISKERN, 'URNITURE 3SNB FNDEKT&WETtt. TIIK LARGEST AND finest Stock of Furniture in Northwest Kansas. Celebrated Wove Wire Bed Spring Mattres sesSpiral Supports. AlrJHinc of Center Tables, Bureaus, Bed Room Suits, Chairs, llockcrs, Tablrs. What 2sots, &c, &.c. Carpets. Oil Cloth. 3Iattiug ami Sn'rna Rugs in latest and best patterns. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. A full line of Undertaking Goods kept at all times in stock. Try a Bottle of My We handle the NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE. Sewing machine needles and other be ordered on short notice. 1 PALACE DRUG STORE. MARTIN & HAMPTON, Props. DEALERS IN pnoi Meflieinei IraMiW ftunilae$ PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. All medicines guaranteed pure compounded at all hours by competent the stoie for Dr. V. C. Eddy and Dr...

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. — 23 February 1888

. - BSJ r THOMAS COMTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY, KANSAS BLESSED ST. VALENTINE, Wj love, tho' she be fair and soft, Hath ready wit with tongue or pea; And this, tho' I have marked It oft. Well hath she proved to me again. ' For I bad loved her maay a djy. Yet could my anxious eyes not see The smallest sign that might betray One wish of hers to f-kror me. Now good Saint Valentine be blessed, For he it was who flred my heart. When thus the maiden I addressed, In halting lines of doubtful art: ' I love a lass, and long for 'Yes,' But fear a -No.' AH day 1 sigh. Pray help mc out of this distress What would you do if you were I!" "When came her answer, it was writ In hurried hand, and marked "Post-haste." "With heart aflame I opened it. And there these gracious words were traced: Were I a man who loved a lass. And longed for 'Yes,' but feared a 'No, I would not let a minute pass lief ore I plumply told her so!" Halter Clark; in Tid-Bitt. THE ANTS BRAIN. Almost Infinitesimal, but...

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. — 23 February 1888

IfC gt;-r4pS A4 ay T , I i a a iffitiSAfesai , ' SSHMHBiBpHi 'III' II III lit I IMP 'II I in Ml li ' i I II n I i H ill 1 1, I i i I ill fPfeB:gj " --. .-,.- m u I Y 4 ii n mi I I Iti II. .3V. 18, JiTO rj& is THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. a COIST. KANSAS. MY VALENTINE. la the happy long ago. When my love was very young; When I rocked her to and fro. And her lullaby I sung; Whea her cheek so soft and fair Nestled often close to mine, Then at first I did declare Daisy was my Valentine. Xater, when her loving lips Lottie taring words essayed, IVnea her curls with golden tips Little gleams of sunshine made, 'Ween her little dimpled arms Round about my neck did twine, .Daisy, with her chubby charms Daisy was my Valentine. .Now. though years have passed away, Years why. bless me! near a score She's my valentine to-day. And I love her mora and more; Love hor that the l'ght is true Which from her dear eyes doth shine, .And, because she loves me, too, Disy is my Valentine. O...

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. — 23 February 1888

V" ' It N. -'!Ofs,- . - .;-- -ss--iv &-- . .'& v--i. -- - THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITr PAPEIL Thomas Co. Cat Publishing Co. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. April 4th is "Arbor Day." Come and see us in out new quar- General Sheridan is spoken of as a probable republican candidate for the presidency. Gold is reported as having been discovered in various parts of Sheri dan county. Organization seems to be the order of the day among the real estate agents of Kansas to induce immigra tion. The Junction City Republican hoists the standard of Attorney Gen eral Bradford as a candidate for Governor. SENATOR INCALLS ON TION. PROHIBI George W. Childs respectfully de clines the republican nomination for president which has not yet been tendered. A proposition has been submitted by the U. P. R. R. to Sheridan coun ty for township bonds to construct the line of the Lincoln and Colorado through that county. $81,000 in all is asked. . Colby will be required to vote $12000 city bo...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 23 February 1888

!i-" ji $?? Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, FEB. 231888. Catipkt Weavek: A Carpet weaver would find a good location in Colby. C. E. Chandler, Esq., of the Cojby Hardware Co. is visiting hi family in Oberlin this week. F. G. Laubach, Esq.. is having a fine two-story residence built just west of the Methodist Church. Thomas Sutton, one of our former Col by boys but now of Burlington. Colo., visited friends here Friday last. Mr. G. W. Mitchell returned from High Creek. Iowa, where he has been on an extended visit, last week. The next issue of this paper will be from our elegant new quarters in the new bank building. Come in and see us. John P. Fisk who has been spending the winter with his father east of this city, left for Pueblo, Colo, on Monday last. To any of our Subscribers who are in the city, we give you one and all a cor dial invitation to call at the Cat Office in our new quarters. R. L. Chambers, Esq., of Chambers Bros.. Attorneys' and Real Estate Men of Hoxie, spent Friday with us...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 23 February 1888

This vicinity was visited bv a line rain on Tuesday" night. Burlington has organized a Board of Trade. The new S10000 brick school house is Hearing completion. C. R. Bennett, of the Chicago Lumber company, called on us last Friday, hunt ing Oberlin exchanges. S. H. Tindall and Albert Hemming, -two prominent citizens of Atwood, were seen on our streets on Saturday last. Poll TAw Poll tax is due March 1st. Call at J, E. Meglemre's office on or after said date and pa same. J. E. Meglemke, City Treasurer. Street crossings on Fifth street and Franklin Avenue and sidewalks on the north side of 4th and ."ith street running west, and one on Franklin Avenue run ning north to the Armory, improve the walking in our city decidedly. Capt. D. X. Hamilton, of Summers township, an old soldier, and one of the prominent farmers of that township, called on us on Tuesday. Capt. Hamil ton says that farming and spring work is going on iif his neighborhood now in earnest. Call again, Captain; we would be ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 23 February 1888

mzsrfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 'mMmmmsmmmMmmm 1 3 A LARGE AMOUNT OF NEW MONEY TO LOAN ON Farm Loans, Chattel Loans, and Loans on Second Mortgages on land. Terms MORE FAVORABLE than Ever before. J. , . ., -. Jfc ; v f , , ir & K I 1 1 fM ?i El ,k ir.r I1- i? "?. It&V: If you want to borrow money on any kind of good security you my terms. Yours for square dealing, THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. OAKLEY St COLBY RAILWAY. OAKLEY TO COLBY. TI1IKTABLKI.O. I. To take effect Monday, October 10, 1887, 6 o'clock A. M. TOH THK GOVERNMENT AND INFORM TIOX OF EMPLOYES. WESTWARD. No. 1 leaves Oakley at 3.00 p. m.,and arrives In Colly at 4. 20 p. m. No. 2 leaves Colby at 8.45 a. in., and arrives in Oakley at 10 II a. m. No. 1 and 2 are Freight & Passenger, and run daily, except Sunday. V. G. Booue, Supt. and Chier Engineer. T Arrival and Departure of Mails to and from Colby COI.1JY & O VKLEY ROUTE. Arrive 1 p. in. daily; departs 8 a. in. dally. COLHY & OREIIMN. Arriv ps Tu...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 23 February 1888

?& f'j& " csft.-r'-"; v iP2 '&$-" i . -,$s ,'r ,H StfS VfT?-': 1 & i V WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. THE FIRST EMANCIPATOR. "She "Mbb of Sorrows" Always the Friend of Womon-Aad Taught the Doctrine of Equality. Mrs. Mary S. Knaggs, in the Bay City (Mich.) Tribune, reviews the con dition of tromen in the ancient world, -showing the general oppression which 'they suffered, as well as the occasional glimpses of something better in the treatment accorded them. She sums iip as follows: "In spite of these exceptional hon ors to the sex, woman when taken cap tive in war was subjected to the most brutal treatment, and her condition throughout the known world was one of complete subjugation. And while tho interpreters of Christ's teachings have many times perverted them to tho continuation of that condition, under tho regime of Christianity slowly a broader interpretation has been readied. Iu His life He showed Himself al ways the friend of women. The -human side of His nature came from...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 23 February 1888

PkF- l vvni&SMasstrv -& "i? v :& f - Ttvx ' itV4 - .15 rf -iT, l iC "c ? v ---;.-; v'j :SfT V.-7 - vCY&rto S M V 1 S' LI i ' vi p f- WZi .ZM&ZS " POREIGN GOSSIP. Thr women of Russia do all the liarve in; the rrciin is cut with sickles, :is it was 3.000 years ago, and is threshed with a flaiL "The great American deer stalker." Mr. Wiman, now controls 230.0DO acres of deer forest in Scot land, and oiuployes several hundred keepers It is stated that more than 2.003. 000 jjl.isa eyes are made every year in Gjrmany and Switzerland; while one Prcnch house manufactures 300. 090 of them annually. The city of Buenos Ayrc3, with a spirit of enterprise superior to that of many cities of greater pretensions, is about to eslabl'sh a pneumatic postal servJC3 on the European plan. Sea otter has only been known to Europeans as a fur for about one hun dred and fifty years. It is the rival of seal in fashionable favor. Minever, or gray squirrel, is a very old fur, and was at one t...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 23 February 1888

'-i Jf- " ,Vi -j .' $? "St ri t :" k: . i&- feJS r rl . &r ' &&v itf.yj.;. ? v .-A! - J- PROPOSITION. Sherift's Proclamation Notice of Special Election. and OtncE F County Clerk, Thomas County, Kansas. February 11, A. D 1888. COMMISSIONER'S PROCEEDINGS. Whereas, on the 11th day of February, A. D. 1888. the Board of County Commissioners of the county of Thomas and State of Kansas, at the special meeting, duly and legally conven ed, pursuant to request and call therefor, as is provided by law, duly made and caused to be entered of record in the office of the Coun ty Clerk of said Thomas county, the following order, to-vrit: "Xow, on this 11th day of February, A. D., 3Ef8. at a special meeting of the Board of - County Commissioners of the county efThom- as in the state of Knnfus, duly and legally convened pursuant to request and call there for, us is pro idfd by law." rreent, Frank Pirgrec. chairman, and W. H. Smith and W, 51. Baldwin, members of said Board, uud J. 51. ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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