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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 December 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 January 1889

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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. — 5 January 1889

isrrt Av' "Vs. -. f V. Vr; ,& Us4 TkSfcKfeai 3? rfig' ,wBSS?-. - SB. ,?.?'v 5' Tr& -- M ItAf MH official papes or tiem count. tf. S. TILTQN, Editor. Satubdat, Jaxuaky 5, 1889. Lincoln's ttab secbetart. Ellis Headlight Baldwin comes out squarely. atlastt and admits that lie was Xjincoln's war secretary. It is well. "Voter," having convinced him of .this, is now ready to go to Ellis with the air of a conquerer. Besides this, Baldwin's susceptibility to coercion has saved his bacon. He makes a pass or two in his column rally which heartless critics are apt to sneer at. It seems that his prep aration for the arduous duties of war secretary consisted in gunning for ants. But v.e can overlook this on the ground of the war secretary becoming somewhat facetious in hi3 attempt to fall headlong into the bold western style of expression. OUR WEATHER MEPORT. The, weather report which we publish this -week is our regular January exhibit of the statistical labors of Professor Ben C. Rich....

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. — 5 January 1889

WZ-K. i Wl? fsr v - , k nrvtrvir w ' - ,v"i"?; i- ? - fx j-. y.X-? J-A & Sigifpf as a e 'W'?h& up? m? v-iv 85 a ? & fe ?? KM bB? $ VC II T It V tVv IP ';l ir- Isfi: ISSL- sm,w Xi STATE NEWS. Washington EepnbHoan: The chairs nave all been placed in the opera house, and they are joe dandies, -with turn np seats and hat rack attachments. A Manhattan dispatch: Manhattan celebrated the completion of Moore & Go's stove works and foundry. One thousand citizens witnessed the first run of iron. uiyoe ilerala: Mr. O. E. Bowman sold his fine black horse, Elector, to Mr. C. V. Tomley, of Olathe, for 83,500. He still has another fine horse that he priz98 still higher. Louisville Indicator: Dr. J. Sabin was stricken down by an apoplectic stroke and he has showed no signs of re luming to consciousness and is lying at the point of death. Jeremiah. Sabin is one of the pioneer physicians and ear liest settlers of Kansas and passed his .78th year in this life last August. Salina Journa...

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. — 5 January 1889

U v 5.13 w rap 55" & - m r i- IfH. l Mm M i? ?v H O , 'R ra & w 4 5 1 3L , tM W Af ' se fes-s? t&j5s&s3j5s' jmJj?t SYiaiiWr . . i. i"-"''' -jfC fPaffifei Xaxws orW. OFHCIH, PAPER OF TUiO COHTT. m frftor. Saturday, January 5, 1889. The Kansas legislature is to meet on & Tuesday next. Ghktehxe, the northwest county of Kansas, lost one of its most wealthy and influential citizens last Sunday. Colonel J.' M. Jones, a ranchman, was gored to death by one of his bulls. The man's head was nearly severed from his body, and one of his arms torn to pieces. In the course of an editorial article frowning at factionalism in the Missouri Democracy, and urging the members of that party in the legislature to be broth erly, 4he Kansas City Tunes declares: "We have but one political purpose or desire on earth, and that is to see the Democratic party regain,, its old-time power, strength and homogeneity." It strikes us that the political purpose or desire of that paper has no lodgme...

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. — 5 January 1889

SHJff1' fr . 2 S!8f j- 6? ' i: Li?: M tU ft' Jt f tf-r -i 1 L i X 1 V. Mm i I v, ffi -: fc3?L BlM.fi DAY TSTrrmnrflTza I EXTRACTS OF INTEREST BIBLE DAY EXEBCISBS At the First Baptist Church of Wa Keeney, Sunday, Dee. 30. COPT OP THE PBOOBAJI. 1. Organ voluntary (subdncd and short) 2. HesponEive iutrodnction. 3. Silent prayer, followed by the Lord's prayer. L Scripture selections, by the pastor. 5. Anthem, by the choir. 6. Bible Day; Why Observed Mrs. Mary Walker. 7. Hymn How Precious is the Book Divine by the congregation. 8. Prayer for Bible work and workers, lay the pastor. 9. Recitation by Miss Attie Beattie; subject, Heaven. 10. Hymn Go Spread the Light by the school. 11. Source of the Bible; questions bj the superintendent; responses by school. 12. Why I Believe in the Bible ten reasons by ten members of the school. 13. Class exercises. 14. Uses of the Bible; questions by the superintendent; responses by the school. 15. Hymn Blessed Bible by congre gation. 1G. Recitation--How S...

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. — 5 January 1889

WjWf Mk VAa,...l kje-as:! ; 'i-i-T, SFlaSSSSW iBIWf,? ,i -Bfc - W-. 4aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnaBK?,W "-"& 'daBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKBcr-'.-' L-J K hk-i 'I 1 d IX- r.ti: Br I4 V y?T& n ,.,Tii . i - !-f "Je WesternWMld WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. Charles F. Merl,San Francifloo agent for t luiu ucoiw)! XIX ituu nun (MtuYounl WCBb?, has absconded with $90,0C0. The Indian scouts who have been disturb ing settlers in Oklahoma seem to have had orders from somewhere to quit doing so. There seems to be a fatal disease among the banks of Nebraska. Ihey keep breaking. The steamer Leif Ericson was bnrned to the water's edge off Allaki Point, WVhinz tonJtrritory. Five lives were lost perhaps seven. A great fire in Cincinnati, O., swept three acres of factories and dwellings. It was on Bnddle and Harriett and neighboring streets. The steamer John H. Hannah, loaded with roiton from Onachita, La., wakborned causing the loss of several lives. California has, daring the first two months of its rainy season, had from ...

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. — 5 January 1889

& " W & ' ftg y. f. fe. rw p l3T s s? ,9 : & iSL KS iy? r I'M LLLlJULillLJLiJwpa -, '"-.' ', grfrBggBBiggggegBBB 55BBgH .'A-iT t fl " SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSeBBM'M'M -. . , -- zj .. - - g? ! - i TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. sVfeSL .... .. gCsSsrvsd up by ttie " World's " Rustling Reporters. aoiiiiTss cawhtqs. Collyee, Jan. 2. ' Bunawaj. Happy new year. The girls will have to Trait four years. "Jim" Yt'alflh. returned to-day from a vial to Chicsgc. The eclipse of the sun -was noticeable yesterday, but was not total. Urs. Carleton, of Wa-Keeney, is the guest of Mrs. B. G. Kessler. litre. Hallenbeck, of Hugo, Colorado, was in tovm laBt week on business. Sylvester King is spending the holi days with the family of Mr. Wolf. Mr. Acre is holding down the claim during vacation. School will open Mon- a K. Phillioe, of Wa-Kceney, was in fown Saturday. We like to see T. K. call. Miss Jessie Welch, of Wa-Keeney, was the guest of G. W. Kessler's Saturday night. ' Now Year...

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. — 5 January 1889

sa&i ;o i. , !.,,: ? i? n rut .- r? i v 'V-i Ss& 'M" .J&m a. ' 5T- :a. F '?. y te... m t-'-i & S.J vu L&L psst B3L Se t i- ! - . . mSAJL&AYMCZ OJ FAIHI05. CT LAlUtl UNSET. Xl'fi enroui mighty cur'ons, when a pusion stops to think, How the -world gits, nigh to crazy OTor some new-fangled kink. That's Mirandy Lark.ns, Tildy, as was onet a Rootle mite, JNow growed up an' called a lady though she ifcn'tby aalght! Heaps of clothes an' fancy jewlery, fer to rig her ont in style. Must be cos tin' Daddy Idirkins quito a decent leetle pile. "Wbnr's the use, I say, now, Tildy what air all them fixin's worth, When the worms her did thar dootv on our coipses in the earth? Whar's liie ue in wearin' bnnnits thet air growin' higher nn' higher. An' for all 1L0 world jet lookin' like a walkin' chapel spire .' God ho iced our feet fer sandils like theycfed in ages past, Aa' He noer cakilated thot we'd pinch 'em ticht an' fast. Kow Mirandv, rannin' bar 'foot to tho skule- house...

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. — 12 January 1889

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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. — 12 January 1889

-?. .ss& - i- ST V m KY iwm !is i r-v-i rf & L& te- S3u life v E ISf ""( fVv' ISr?. rXv r lle, ft -. 3& IjF p & I 4 c- 'iLr $; r GsV JL-V JteuX m " v& - 1 K5-. t sf J- -V8!? &?-!: ,n N? fe ffe &&. Wjatfmt Lmm ftfavUL OFHCIAL PAPER OF TREGO C0D5TY. . ft 7ZT00, Editor. Saturday, January 12, 1889. Goternob Mabtdj's last message was submitted to the legislature on Wednes day. It is lengthy, bat fall of rich thoughts. The Trego county man who received a pumpkin on the Christmas tree was not the oaly recipient of a queer gift. Some one put a mouse in the stocking of an Oswego, Kansas, belle, Christmas night, end she has not eoWpn over it yet. CiiAtjs SpitnQKKT reports the comple tion of his beet sugar factory in Cali fornia. He sayH this is the first attempt in this country to make beet sugar on a large scale. We fail to recall a region where beets thrive better than in Kansas. The Kansas legislature has not come come down to practical business. Speak e...

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. — 12 January 1889

P!MSW aywr?1? f ssssr XcTW- S"TL rs..F-gr? C-ri 'JKTCTV 'V -; ,p,-'f j -7 y" - I " ' 2 K v.- .' , -i( V JS? ."a v"1-, ' - "-, -s t vs 1 .. 7& jS$X .?& Wf m 2ft. if STATE NEWS Osawatomie Graphio: A gait com pany lias been organized here and trill soon commence operations. Caldwe TJournal: Marion Blair waa . presented with ahandsoms watch, chain and K. P. charm by the conductors on the Bock Island road Christmas. Greeley News: A telephone line is to be established between Paola and Osa watomie. This line should be extended to Greeley and from here to Garnett. Meado CenterPress-Democrat: James A Lynn has been employed -as principal of the public schools, with a salary of 860,00 a month. Mr. Lynn has a col lege education. Ellsworth Eeporter: Sapt. E. T. Fair child was the recipient of a handsome gold pen and ivory holder from a num ber of high school pupiis. It was a most appropriate present and highly appreci ated by Mr. Fairchild. Caldwell News: At the close of a meeting of th...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 January 1889

"V- - - rat-1 -K? s Rsfi rev- i v -f . tljS V ra ftftfe is.- , .Of l LZt. 1-&-& tetmi 2KM j?- jf , :it Kirpieai paper o? thego cguhty. Jt.iTILTON, - Editor. If Saturday, Jaxcaby 12, 1889. FORESTRY COMMISSIONER. LBon. S. L. Wilson, editor and publish- -A the Wallace Uoiraty Kegister, ar- in the city yesterday on a little nal business. Mr. Wilson is a can- p,fidte for commissioner of forestry, and &? ftiiatated that he stands a pretty good P, fhoir of ..receiving' the appointment He 'aw. resided as mmue iur iuo (jool iuicd mars, and during that time he has pnb- SMbed the Rcgi&rYava has been an L Mr. Wilson wnade Vjrijrorous nog kUtJ jm vaijjii4u, nuu v..- fioihefcrancLReBublican success. iflbtB session of the legislature a is naesed creating a forestry indns- itfy;?that is that between the degree of juugliuuc nn auu luomoio nut. ......, v.. tems of 160 acre3 each should be set ;iprt for planting seedlings of all kinds b( forest trees. One of these farms is in fego coun...

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. — 12 January 1889

-f.J-S rS tJ S 5 I 55 r ., bsm ! JSfr lVhV ,- ' , m feK w ftrV Hi 1 U It??a i?" !tf fW. i? m w m vl & - nr fi&- s to K jki ir J -zn -. f s SHOOTING AT SIMEBS." IS& lkcat Meanness Given Hander. a Left Kf AiL PEOPLE CAN BE HONEST. S - Coadeneed Beport of Ecv. W. H. Mahaffie's Sermon fu at the 21. E. Church Last Sunday Forenoon. My text this morning is thellth to 14th $f letter to Titus: "For the grace of -God P4 . lhat bringeth salvation hath appeared to &$? all men.'teaching us that, denying ungod .! liness and worldly lusts, we should live feV-soberly, righteously and godly in this 51 present world, looking for that blessed S sriope, and the glorious annearing of the ifct. crronf dnr nnrl nnr Sarinnr -Toanu flhriof catn v; .. ,: """" . : . :? wno gave nimseir ror us, tnat ne mignt redeem us from all iniquity and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works." This text is a good sermon within itself. It is well worth while to read it and pon der it and...

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. — 12 January 1889

wmmmzr&F&m rmpxsg rwm Hya-' .t : -LZttm&SBaBz&i?vj&r?i T lit H ITS? 7if SB - U J LATEST NEWS- Condensed for the ConTenlenee of Hurried Itaaiers. Terrible floods, -with great loss of life have occurred in Manchooria. Indian advices say that cholera prevails in a virulent form at Quilon, on the Malabar coast. The last about it gives assurance that the Topeka, Atchison and Lawrence flambeau clubs will have a place in the display at "Washington on the 4th of March. W. L. Parkinson of Fort Scott, Kan., has made an argument before the sab-committee of the senate finance committee oppos ing the proponed reduction of 50 percent on the duty on sugar. George M. Shelley has been removed from the office of postmaster at Kansas City, Mo., and the name of Robert S. Adkins has been ent to the senate by the president as Shel ley's successor. Citizens of West Jefferson, O., expecting a visit from White Gaps, prepared for it and when it came the visitors vera welcomed with charges...

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. — 12 January 1889

-4i5; jf -;3rf-5fcfc'JWtE jrf va-' fjTS- " ,AT3i. '- -'I " Fr- " -- - '-'gageqere' .g, , ? v-i:- ,r m rj?- ft .--. vS ." . Wf ?$? f rs-ra Sr Lfc ?v . &S r IS? fisV-- &'t P. -5?. ; -, l --? . &' -t Mr ; s lSK. .. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Strved up byihe "WorMV Rustline. Reporters. COLLYEB CAWHT68. ColiiTeb, Jan. 9. A fight .Bright nights. . T. Ii. Pike paid Buffalo a Tisit Sunday, between trains. The Catholics held services in their church Sunday. Johnie and Ida Ashcroft, of the Saline, were in town Sunday! Temp Smith and Ede Eecher,oI Wa Keeney, were in Collyer Sunday. The officers of the G.1B. and W. B. O. were installed Saturday. Her. Bichard and son were the guests of J?. C. Swiggett Saturday night. Otis Kessler and F. Oartwright were visitors at the McMillan ranch Friday. J. W. Hickman is now Collyer's notary public. Soldiers can now hare their papers filled here. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Kobb, of Ogallah, were in town Saturday, attending Post and Corps meetings. Frank Fonts...

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. — 12 January 1889

R3Pe9! ?; 4 &;, j " ,jj' rt - .' ,"3k A K""'-, rS& .?- - u & CfcCS"-? &!jfh " r - 7: ' "& m gar jTj ferf frt if ?.a as. Cfc & $$ -fr ?-. if isi -A,-f t ,Jt. T: j .-C-.-'- .. . ..-- .- .. ) SfmuiJUiiu uxuiiiv awm. v . . btxabbt uanrer. T.n.thrtfenerwIUitliellghtalnroa. TH-ercr .come agin. SteTtold'iin.Tlldy.thenaii'thar.l thought it 8tbT"ptadroda.erderyln'th0powOT Oietb?. Which, not beta' enny heatbeai goes asia the I grata with me. BtteWbunn-i-t. .tret itTl do it,never An we needn't be invito it nor tryta tor to teex What they calls the lectid fluar whea it's mat in' np its ntoil Thet it's gom' to rip and tear tip things as Heaven hes designed. No, I never yit hev blioved the stuff thorn lectid fellers say, An' I told theagint jest as much when he was t hero to-day. TTher's the Fet rses es hed one, en' it scar'd 'em nigh to death "When the ligbtnin' kem awhizzin' down sn' knocked 'em outer breath. Ye kin bet they wished they never bed a-bought the blamed mach...

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. — 19 January 1889

31" UF J? Iff F .? Z4 fe um JL5 :-r 'vS- Bfe- SHVj5Srs"ffi5aSH0 "-,, &rHp "X"early Subscription $2.00 TENTH YEAR. ' tO ST. BT JAMES W HfTCOMB EH-ZT. Twa3 a summer ago, when ho left me here A summer of smiles wi.h amer a n-ar. Till I said to him, with a sob, my dear-Good-bye, niy locr; good-bjo! For I loved him, oh, us tho stiis lovo nisht! And my cheeks for him Hashed red jnd white When lirdt he called me his heart's cldlijbt Good-bj e, my lover ; good-b o ! Tho touch of his hand was a thing divino As he sat with mo 1:1 the soft moonshine Alld drank of my a e as men drink w me Good-bj o, nlj lo er ; good-bj e. And ncer a night, as I Knelt in prayer, lu a gown us white as our own souls were, But in fancy ho ciimo and Ki.-,sed me theio Good-lne, my Ion; good-be! But now, 0 God ! what an empty placo My wholo heart is. 1 Of tho old cmbraco And the Kiss I Iocd there ltes no traco Good-bje, my loor; good-byo! He sailed not o er the stormy 3ei ; Andhowe.it not downin the waxes not be B...

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. — 19 January 1889

WSraF?V Tr if . ?i2iiyjii--,:3fr;T?cJ-t- rjf5,&.. H -5W 4Sfi.,ssS5 '' - &&&&$i&gs& ' " 3 "? ;?;- ; - v ; - j. ,.-!'' - V3 " ?. ttI. 0j3-,---M.. ia"'"?" - ' . v . r. wr"' ' fe . . 3V" c-o i u .Si vf JP- TS5i iS5 . ?y.g JAisMa Hh S8& f ?' r ?W. Wis SSKps 5 sari- ti6- f -&, t h Mis' Rv'j Kr . - 2 -Vj z&. . S- ..-Mr-"- .i ?vSf V- w UUtfW OFPISIALAPES OP TSEGO CQUSTY. -W. S. TILTOH, - - - Editor. Satuedat, January 19, 18S9. . Repbesestatiye Hakxa's maiden epoech. in the leg. Eeeros to be nnmade as yet ,T, B. Buetok and Jim legate aro hav ing quite a time at Topeka. Both are able men, but thus far Legate seems to be in the lead. O. B, Beowk, John W. Gessell and M. T. -Gr!js are the temporary commission ers of Wallace county. S. L. Kay is the temporary county clerk. It doe us good to note the election of Hon. A. W. Smith as president of the State Board of Agriculture. The selec tion could not have been improved upon. TiTE Champion expresses the belie...

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. — 19 January 1889

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Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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