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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 14 April 1888

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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. — 14 April 1888

n&sim isr aKCV W?c& jp'-jT:"iBi'A'.B k;a,j,. $6- iSfl -".re? :W .TH. ft 5f ?sp "?c Ts- Tf r.. Wtoro mm Wtf& OFFICIAL PAPER OP TtEBO COUITY. W. S. Tin ON, - Editor. Saturday, April 14, 1888. DELEGATE CONVENTION. a delegate convention of the Republicans of the th cmiCTessIonal district of the State of Kansas, tm bSd to the city of Oberlin, Kansas, on S?dnSctar the 16th day of May, 1838, at 2 o'clock for fne purpose of nominating two delegates aidUo alternates to represent the 6to congres rional district in the Nahonal Eepuollcan Conv tion, to be held in Chicago, I1L, June 39th. 1888. S representation will be the same as in the follow ing Congressional Convention. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans of the girth cogreslional district of the State of Kansas SSbV held In the city of RusseU, Kansas, on Wednesday, May 2d, 1888, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the SSSS hS ! nominaUng one candidate for congress, and one presidential elector. The basis of re...

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. — 14 April 1888

wwi 4 Js f ? S- NHhTJW fh&& isz&H!&m&am: .."i ' fcjS RsraesseBiBa -. i 1, .y. - r egjawggiSAfegass rt. tj . ? KANSAS OBOP8. Tke Agricultural Board's Quarterly B- port Another Report. He state board of agriculture furnishes the following synopsis of the forthcoming quarterly report of the Kansas state board of agriculture for the quarter ending March 21,1888: Wheat Area sown in the state in the fall of 1887, as compared with that sown the previous year, 101 per cent, which gives a total area for the state of 1,316,828 acres, which is an excess of 17,209 acres above the acreage of the previous year. Winter killed or destroyed from other causes, 8' per cent. General condition of crop as compared with & full stand and unimpaired vitality, 92 per cent. Eye General condition of crop, as com pared with average condition, 100 per cent. Horses Condition generally good, but in many counties thin of flesh in conse quence of the scarcity and high price of grain, no preva...

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. — 14 April 1888

ns IvR & ,.?& -m. t J-?' 'Wtttm tow WflNL OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO CGUXTY. f; I- S. 7r0W, for. Saturday, April 14, 1888. A. ripple o excitement was caused Saturday afternoon, by Frank Purse jef usincrto be arrested by the city marshal for "playing horse." He fi nally was put in the cooler by Sheriff Phillips, and soon after he enriched the city treasury to the tune of 820 and costs, amounting in all to $39. Bather expensive fun. Wallace Herald. Since we get a paper from Wallace which publishes the news, it is not difficult to read between the lines that that is a pretty lively place yet! ' ' KanjSAS Republicans will re-enact their " stupidity m defeating ibt. John in 1882 if they fail to send Albert Griffin as a delegate-at-large to the Chicago convention. - We counsel conservatism in approaching the point of the party having any thins todo with prohibition in its national platform. Let a majority of the states prepare the way for this beforehand. At the same time, let the pa...

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. — 14 April 1888

W.TW' ; z ' t s- JM p.. -VJ k,?---. - 'j Jfc. V wrv'SJ .raMJAp. .? TS .u-.--j r ." ' 7 -.! -,, '' T St. C. E. fes r 'X ? j r f f WetlierlDee & Morgan Make long time loans and handle real estate in all counties in this Laud District No delay in paying out final proofs. Call on or address them at their office, Ness City, or Wa-Keeney, Hans. J. E. BROOKS. , DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. Aline of Hats and Straw Goods which, we are selling at Very Low Prices. G-oods Delivered to any part of the City. Give Us a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Jlwfl S'SS'SrRSS'Rs'SS'S'S'S I To the citizens of Trego county and vicinity: I have just opened a MUSIC STORE in WA-KEENEY, and keep on hand all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, -SUCH T& VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS AND ACCORDEONSj And a fine lino of Strings of all kinds. I also carry a fine line of Headed by the Hallett & Davis, W. H. Emerson & Co., and W. W. Kimball Pianos...

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. — 14 April 1888

Qwm1 - LW& Ssrifcjr&a r n e& 3 ? DOMESTIC. David Ii. Frotheringham, who was imprisoned, charged with the robbery of the American Express company, has sued the company and Robert Pinkerton for $60,CQ0 damages for false imprisonment. rT30!0 Kirchff jr., agent of the United States geological survey, has issued an estimate of the toroduction nf ioA and zinc in the United States during the year 1887. Estimates show a large increase over former years in the production of both metalB. The total output of zinc was 50,340 tons, out of whichJTllinoig produced 22,279 tons, Kansas 11,955, Missouri 8,66J and eastern and southern states 7,666. The Jacob Sharp case came up in the supreme court of the state of New York, Tuesday. Physicians' reports state that Mr. Sharp is c nfined to his bed and that it will be several weeks before he can come into court with safety. A fire which started in the basement of the Second Congregational church in Eockville, Conn., Tuesday night, destroyed a ...

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. — 14 April 1888

FI yw VKff. sswaa Ujr, "Tft . - --rf- C t NLvSJ -S CW- V. . JtvffiK !. , T sffft&j&g v we 4s Ht -LiJS m d1 J -j,, K)?S &, rei ks -business is picking up. Farm work is being pmshed. Post meeting next Thursday evening. The rains inspire the spirits of oar people. Rev. W. H. Mahaffie is fencing in his Tesidence. r. Y. L. Irwin, of the Smoky valley, was in town yesterday A. E. Sigler has been planting trees at his country home this week. r. C. Neilson, of Ogallah township, iras a pleasant Wednesday caller. Dr. C. H. Yerbeck, who has been "visiting his brother, Geo. L, starts home to-morrow. S. W. Baker, of the Qninter Guide, now does a portion of his "press work" in Wa-Keeney. r. H. March intends to go to LeMars, Iowa, the coming week, to make his pa Tents a short visit Captain Carson reported a rush of government land business at his office Thursday morning. Mr Wilkin, -of Wa-Keeney, is in town "with the intention of starting &. loan office here. Wallace Herald, 5. Ex-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. — 14 April 1888

'i&T-l "W Xicv ms .' - 4 A. t li - AXZLU. UTD ATJGUSTTIg. ST X.ASKT XJNKET. "MEIilAIi as meat and trim Ab maiden "well can be; In private she if tnuxy-one. In public, twen ty-three. She wears a jaun ty sailor hat, Weil back upon her head, While underneath hang pretty curia Mohair, Tve heard it said. The village folk are wont to say Of course in undertones That "she -would be quite nice and stout If 'Wasn't for her bones." She is five feet eight inches tall, And weighs one hundred pounds; A poodle -waddle b in her wake While on her shopping rounds. Augustus is a dainty dude, Whose bank account is cheek. With small conceits displayed at large On five big dollars to each week. His height is not above five feet, And et with silly pride, He thinks himself a giant quite With Amelia by his side. They ramble through the city parks, A picture strange to see ; She is bo lank and straight and tall, So small and thin is he. They may get married some fine day, And if they do, 'tis plain, Tha...

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. — 21 April 1888

pifwwsw, -' '''''''' '' - i in , ,.,, vmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm r u - s&s?r ! - r Yearly- SixTosoriptiozi $2.00 STOCK inK,mSTC3-TKE! B-AJ3IS OP OTJR, rNTDTJSTRIES. Single Copy S Cents HHHp? WJSSSSSS, w 'PH g 1 lesBYs9BLBhB3BLr SeBsLv Lbibbbbbbi 11 bebbbb9 HsbbbbbI bbbbbbbb B Asf bbw' f TBBMeWpfct Zj Pbmj-W Py3BBHgv bkbbbbbi Aw- bLbh BBLlsr .KpbbbLi. bSbbbbm bHbvbbB V H iBBBa bs j-afi ,55HL -- . - ' "" ' ' ' ' "" - '- i...i . ... , I, i .i. i - i '. v & 3 ' i B4. TENTH YEAR. W A-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BOLOGM SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECULH. EST 3?BI0BS PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOM. W. S. HARRISON, Land Office Blanks, LEGAL BL-AJSrEZS, -AT WESTEM KAMS WORLD OFFICE. Tlfn Blanks are not equaled in Topeka in point of excellence, and our prices are reasonable. HOW TO WRITE WKLI.. Bad writing is henoeforth to be abol ished, so at least says Mr. Barter in British Printer and Stationer, and as means of bringing about this most de- 'Aable state of things, alike f...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 April 1888

;-. lev? --vS r-V h: i' '$ Wiwbtm fawisais WM. CPnCIAL PAPER OF TRE60 C0UKTY. W. S. TILTON, ditor' Saturday, April 21, 1888. Notice. There will be a caucus of the BepubllcanB of CojB- yer. on April as, at a ociock -. ., Dt" , gates to the county convention, as per order of the County Central Committee, and to act on all other business that may properly be brought before the caucus. Br obdsb op Towhshtp Committee. The News wants wide sidewalks in Ness City. r - Blaine's health is not one-half as poor as the average Democrat would like to have it. Govebnoe Adams, of Colorado, on the 2 inst. proclaimed April 27, the birthday anniversary of General Grant, as Arbor day in that state- BussELii county Eepublicans have se lected their delegates to the gubernato rial convention, and instructed them for Charley Norton for secretary of state. A band stand in the court-house square at Ness City is being talked of. Not to be much more than one year behind Wa- Keeney iB creditable to Ness City qu...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 April 1888

???-e:': rj.'i53: iPf; -vt&s.sr r -. . ' S'VWekf "iPf ?"8 ., -?- . H'mflW?P " rj is : rf -v!390rtsass& j " j- ' i"- . r i-v' -5t4T.r-i j vr . t j, -w,.-. n 3, me i a -" f.v, i, j"i-.t.TOEr-ijj!i; 5--.J; 'a--.x.uT , iii"4':- a "i.i - .. - - ' r v z i-r ne . - . pt . ' S Si S a)Sl ",BSSSSsBSMSsiMwMl - Ht jL a. r Ss .. - -Z. X "f" V - "! a i ' - r " m i sssw Us DEEF SEA FISHES. The Conditions Under Which They Broiv and Tlirlve, Washington Star. The structural differences between the deep-sea fish and the fish that fre quent the shores or remain near the surface are due to their peculiar physi cal surroundings, the absence of sun light, the increased pressure of water at such great depths, and the quiet stillness of the water. At such depths the water is not agitated as it-is at the surface, and tliis favors the develop ment of long, delicate tentacles or feelers. These tentacles help a fish in its groping about the dark depths, searching for food. When the fish are brought to t...

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 April 1888

i,feE;sj:fs?8a:a.i3 ?r;.y7? J A A . T 35r?f?fcW5Sl wwr isafST&A' S&&3&&&1 fer ?7-$- SOf "fc iWi J , &. " " , 1 ' ssvl is-rvarisw- W t;t f Vtotam gwww WML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TRESO COUHTY. W. 8. T1LT0N, Editor. Saturday, April 21, 1888. Oakley people talk of organizing a fire brigade. Judge Peters's return to congress from the seventh district is said to be a cer tainty. Greeley County wheat, according to the Horace Champion, could hardly look better than it does. . The Grinnell Golden Belt has some good editorials. It appropriates them from the World, without extending credit The Kansas , City Live Stock Indicator urges a united effort to down the worth less dogs. tWersecond the motion uTtfie loudest key! " . Four of the five children of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnes, of Phillips county, it is Herald-eH, have had five well-developed fingers on each hand. Major Simpson's politicalinfluence in Kansas politics does not seem to be as potent as it was. Grinnell Gold...

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 April 1888

istp&ctt jk-tsi? f.iwsv te?V' '.isTR? ?rw?- Xi' " -C? .f-., 'if'-, 7 -' i'J"r . ?V w- -.r, fe IfPPiPPlP m7 .0?. ."', ' :w Wetherbee & Morgan Make long time loans and handle real estate in all counties in this Land District No delay in paying out final proofs. Call on or address them at their office, Ness City, or Wa-Keeney, Kans. i. J. E. BROOKS DEALER IN Groceries, Flour Feed, HARDWARE. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. Aline of Hats and Straw Goods which we are selling at Very Low Prices. G-oods Delivered to any part of the City Give Us a Gall and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, Manager. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SOLD ON STALLMENT PLAN. TfiE IN Commissioners' Proceedings, Wa-Keeney, asm April 9, 1888. Commissioners of Trego county met this day in regular session, all the mem bers present Minutes of the January regular meeting and of subsequent special meetings were read and approved. The County Treasurer's report was next read and approved; it is as follows: COIjOTY TRE ASUREB'S beport: ...

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 April 1888

SSSSlffil ' 3iCi.Vi5rt&ias&fes:i -: IMJ-K" ' , .ijj , k-S;. -n 'j' . -i,-r -. ! V, .; s ? V- A ' : v " J5!U ' tr. i1.'JrOi ' '..-- - 'Yl tjrV-J-s..S5&" . ji5re.!i-T .i". . r1 "H." jyp' VKi Nrjfib&JttfTt ' , , r? rf? ft mk l u r? ?:& '.& DOMESTIC. Colonel Dan Piatt addressed the senate committee on post roads and post offices, Monday, in advocacy of the psssage of the house bill to prohibit the tran mission of heap literature at one cent per pound. He said that by the disuse of the word "periodi cals" in the law the mails had become crowed with matter of which the Seaside Library publications are an example to such an eient that it must be changed to freight cars if it goes farther. The assistant post master general had authorized him to state this. All that appealed to the lowest pas sions of the lowest chvs was being distrib uted by the government in partnership with the publishers and tinder plea of dissemi nating knowledge. A Bloomington dispatch says: "Th...

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 April 1888

M'-f PtESBra ySd? $$ i & uZ r ,tS.r .. J TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "WtrldV Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWUTGS. Collteb, April 18, 1888. A cool snap, -Bright nights. Another store soon. Church next Sunday. Fisher is selling out at cost Charley Bamberg is in New Mexico. The park trees are looking quite green. Charley Adams is at Ft. Madison, Iowa. Monday's mail train was three hours late. There is strong talk of our hotel chang ing hands. The small -boy treads very tenderly on barefoot. Garden "stuff" is booming in the neigh borhood. G. A. Wilson was a welcome caller at school yesterday. Mr. M. P. Goodwin paid the Smoky a flying visit Friday. Walter Bruner and Temp .Smiti. were in Quinter Saturday. Miss Alta Wright, of Kansas City, is expected here next Sunday. Mr. Wilson closed his school, south east of town, last Saturday. Messrs. Bruner, Swiggett and Fike were in the county seat Friday. A number of hitching posts have been set at the school house. A good thing. M...

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 April 1888

is-? V? - - - iir V 'pr - '- -if! to A TEST OF BEAUTY. A. BEGEKD OP TBS TAIiMTTO. In Talmud old the Jewish Rabbis sing The power and glory of their wisest kin? ; And hyw his irreat rep ate. from mouth mouth, Bpreal to the distact rations of the South ; . Hew Sheba'a Quen, attracted by his famo, In pomp and splendor to his palaca came; And there obseqzously her court did pay.i Intent on teBtin it no distant day The King's diBcemment in such dex'trous way, Ab only skillful woman can display. Her projpet ready, on one summer's morn She begged admittance near the monarch' throne ; Her prayer allowed, she brought in either hand A wreath of flowers, the fairest in the land ; The ono was wrought with most exquisite artj To form the other was but Nature's port "Sagacious sire," said she, do thou proclaim Which wreath from art, and whi ch from Nature came. Xach flower, each stem, is perfect in each part. And on the other wreath hath counterpart In beauteous form ; but thy discerning eyes, Oh...

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 April 1888

-J..-5-M " a rwri. 3?S?, "SfMlir iV P! Nt 4" , " "STearly Subscription. $S.OO STOCK PAM1INQ TUB BASTg O JP OUR, XNDXTSTiarBS. v.?rt , .. .asssBP bbbbi bbbb hbhi flBBBBBBBBss- jbbbbTy tt h ibbbb. ussssss bbb sbbibbbbb sew- m uav .bbbbbbbbbi bbbbibbbi bbibbbbbbbi bssst m smvi nmwi r ismiB ssm.'-'vi?. nm v TmWMmw bv ssYJ BTsssaVtV sassl Wi 7i5 -p , -r fLrJZA Mm ..ffMi f f BrBlliWI HE tHk ; HS lLlmvmi M rVJ ink I . IHI ri0fEMMz3 WM gmwsr skssW Ass bbsM sssVssssi Ah ssssa bbsszsL. ' Iff r fc TENTH. TEAR. WA-KEEM WHOLESALE I0L0GIA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPEClAlTi. THE TZtJaJDS! wiJMPi.nnn BEST FRICEQ PAID FOB OATTLH AND HOO& W. a HARRISON, Land Office Blanks, IiEgAIj -AT WESTERN MAS WORLD OFFICE. Time Blanks are not equaled in Topeka in point of excellence, and oar prices ar reasonable. via JboiKs. As a rule, the old-time darkies in the South, those who were slaves, have no other method of reckoning dates, oc currences, etc, especially births and marriages, except by cotempo...

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 April 1888

B&ST& i - && ?MfWE? 5F33i 2 " iX ?.JSB,iv ?? &m:z 'SJ--. -r V ' -5evi" J v,, -"ssswssf! rr- ,f ji- h i!r Wfrtera Sentf WnUL OFFICIAL PAPER OP TBEGO COUNTY: W, S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, April 28, 1888. CAPITAL REMOVAL. We attended the capital-removal convention at Abilene last Tues day. Numerous towns in central and western Kansas were represent ed. The citizens of Abilene did the handsome thing in the treatment of their guests. The writer, with several other members of the press, took dinner and supper at the handsome resi dence of Colonel J. H. Brady. To say that the colonel and his accom plished wife accorded royal treat ment to their guests, is a mild state ment, indeed. The colonel is one of Abilene's thrifty real estate dealers and, representative men and a gen eral favorite wherever he is known. The convention, considered as a stroke of Abilene enterprise, was a erand affair. Our friend, R. J. Colvcr, managing editor of tbe Ga zette, seemed ubiquitous th...

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 April 1888

srs j-,m 4- - ;wt . .t'r. BRAIN IX 7HA.X AXD TTOM2LX. Leaving the physical side, let us uotr-compare the mental caliber of the two sexes. The first argument always brought out by .the medical profession is the a priori one derived from brain weight A -woman's brain weighs less than a man's brains. Therefore, it is argued, she must be inferior to him in mental power. In the first place, how ever, it is yet by no means certain that a large brain is superior to smaller brains. Brain power depends, au thorities tell us, first, upon quality; second, upon activity; third, upon size. The man who possessed the heaviest brain yet weighed was an American blacksmith, who does not seem to have been otherwise remark able, even for the excellence of his iron work. However, admitting that if the quality and activity be equal, a large brain is superior to a small one, it is still uncertain whether or not women possess smaller brains ihan men in proportion to their size. When we consider how much of...

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 April 1888

SSSWP mmmww? J -v - . . Ji Ti' r "W I. r fc ft ft M $Mni Swww RrtML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITT. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, April 28, 1888. Fbed Seabgeant is burning brick at Dighton. A lodge of Odd Fellows is to be or ganized at Oakley. The artesian well at Oakley, the Re publican says, is down 500 feet and yet in shale. Tttt-. Headlight flashes that the founda tion for the" new G. A. B. opera house at Ellis has been completed. The S2,000 residence of Jacob Carlin, of Catharine, Ellis county, the Hays Sentinel tells, was destroyed by fire on Thursday of laseek. -r. Taylor Cook, who had been adjudged insane, was, we see by the Journal, taken from Dighton to Topeka last week by Sheriff Brockman. It is Journal-izedL that about a dozen dogs have recently been killed by the Dighton marshal. The slaying grew out of a sensible city ordinance. W. E. Gabbett, of Berrien, Mich., pro tests against the killing of the crows, be cause he knows of no other bird which will devour the tomat...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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