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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 March 1889

Sf. -V & Mb S&- fe MST I3i tf 8 i Pi I? $ ?&, , (Ti L 13 8 to IS? - TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter eeting Items. IiiST year 302 vessels, nearly all of steel, -were built on the Clyde. The annual income of tlie population of the United Kingdom is estimated at 1,200,000,000. A New Yobk school-teacher has just resigned after fifty-five years of service. She is in her 80th year. The convention of the Hungarian Beform Church has voted to establish celibacy for the clergy. The University of Leyden, in Hol land, is said to be the richest in the world. It owns real estate valued at $6,000,000. Theee are two Episcopal ministers, missionaries, on the Yukon Biver, Alaska. They are 3,000 miles from the southeastern line of the Territory. The United States consumes 160, 000,000 pair of boots and shoes per annum, 100,000,000 of which are fur nished by the New England States. The Iowa City (Iowa) Board of Health will not allow Limburger oheese to be exposed for sale, ...

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. — 2 March 1889

PSV?5PH 31 XIfsP WZMWtZ ' i'J" T. N -1-S ritf wTi jo-' ; n--g -.&r.&4-. r3?' 3jraris.swS5 ij:v-?--i --. jv J "r 4 S1-eil.- -.w-L"" ;- $?' -? - - -V"- ; '-- -T-rS? -Tk- x ..- - 3. . . atr .fu -'-?3.t er:. ? t s.tfl? ggyy j . J .. .. 5 .". --.- gy-yyg, "V-SMwflStfrq ..- vMVa- "i' ca n ii-.iuLMutjgi nwgaosji rergg 1K 14 I? ft If ' (4 tA' M' w' r. i ?-- K 3 t -s fs?. Lfe Ipx? ar r; iS The Opca Winter of 1816. G lobe-Democrat. "The open winter' of 1S88-89 will have a companion when the history of the century is written. The year 1816a njoyed an "open winter" during the entire twelve months, heing frequently referred to by contemporaneous writers as "the year without a summer." All through the settled portions of the United States and in England there was a frost in every month, crops were ruined, and farmers called it the year of "Eighteen hundred and starve to death." Snow fell in November of 1815, but there was none in December or January to speak of. Christmas and New Tears we...

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. — 2 March 1889

Psw v-Vt '3& eESCSS r rc--Q? JKT. H? I VJ l"TT fcff rjv I R ? t- fc YH fc. t5 & IS? -v i I. & ii ? iff' 5 s. TOPICS OF THE TDEES. A Choice Selection of Inter eating Items. Last year 302 vessels, nearly all of steel, -were built on the Clyde. The annual income of the population of the United Kingdom is estimated at 1,200,000,000. A New York school-teacher has just resigned after fifty-five years of service. She is in her 80th vear. The convention of the Hungarian Beform Church has voted to establish celibacy for the clergy. The University of Leyden, in Hol land, is said to be the richest in the world. It owns real estate valued at $6,000,000. There are two Episcopal ministers, missionaries, on the Yukon River, Alaska. They are 3,000 miles from the southeastern line of the Territory. The United States consumes 160, 000,000 pair of boots and shoes per annum, 100,000,000 of which are fur nished by the New England States. The Iowa City (Iowa) Eoard of Health will not allow Li...

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. — 9 March 1889

X2S' &?.- EL i-. - g- i Jk 8 li 4' is.' s ra m- Sv 35 , s !4v fJH - vw 'f- "5TesLily Subscription $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. AN OLD HORSE-THIEF. Do Has Seen Seienty-Kight Tears and Has Done Some Very Curious lVorle. The man who claims to be the most celebrated horae-thief in the world is now under arrest in Lonisburg, Kan. His name is "Washington "Waterman and he is 78 years of age. He acknowl edges the theft of one horses in Kan sas alone, and the authorities of "the State are willing to admit that he has made off with five times that many. The old man takes his present arrest ""villi great good nature. He is near the end of Ids earthly pilgrimage, and he does not expect to be jailed again in this world. The penitentiaries of Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska have each held Jam on different occasions. In his ear lier days it was his custom to lead a party of tramps into a neighborhood which he had previously prospected, and, with a central rendezvous, all would make a circuit of five or...

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. — 9 March 1889

3fiS?SSn - -r- - -- .-Pj'VSS s 2SHi rTj j '-2V.v:c; a- ": r - VV-1US ;. --jV!W s -XLV" j'J Ci J $ '& R? .w -w ' kw m ris - Fvr 5K W s.r it 4t :e m r wtm &nm WvML 0PFICIAL PAPEi OF TEEBO COBITT. HT. 5. rzrotf, - frftor. Saturday, Mabch 9, 1889. The late legislature passed an act an thorizing a tiounty for breaking sod in Haskell county, and requiring the issue -of bonds of-eaid county to provide a fund 'Sot the payment of the expenses. Caw anybody tell us whotber or not the Tifll to establish -another insane -asylum became a law? We have lost -track of it Salina Journal. In looking through the list of new laws, as fnrniFhed "by the CapUaUCcn., we fail to see this one mentioned. It now turns out that the nature of ftio amendments to the Indian appropriation "bill ham been misnoderstood, and that Oklahoma is not included. The amend OTenta agree to the Seminolo and Chero kee lands. The regular Oklahoma bill died with the late congress. It is reported for a fact that when John Sc...

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. — 9 March 1889

ppW- Min " . J jJiijA.. . 'I'- "V . n .--.. .! - .j. . V5 ... f ' 'mSmxsllifs v "3, !$ - "-- -t -vr,, f ic ri ti P3 l 15- " . w I & k i- lr if Ife m: m Ay& M aim's UlMGBAlSAl Stiiclli PURE. It nnUIos NO OPIUM in am form, Amo.ie the best remedies Allrn ViT.tinirRjiUam stands pre-eminent. The druptffis sneak of it In highest terms, as iflvins entire satisfaction wherever It is used. Price2octs.,50cts.,and$l per Bottle. ThaZKIKNT BOTTLES are put op for the accom modation of all who desire simply a. COUGH or CROUP REMCDr. Those desinnq a rem-du for COXS UMPTIOh or any L i ,UNG DIbEASE should secure the Large $1 Bottles. ., Mothers. Read! Oaklaxu Sta , Kv., April 2. 1853. Genllemei.Tho demand for axxxs':, Iirao Baj FAM is increasing constantly. The ladies think there Is no medicine equal to it for cronu and Whooping Coagb. C.S JUBTIN.Dnijrgist. SOLD STALL MEDlCtXE DEALERS. CHOiCETEKAS LANDS Rare Chance for Settlers. The Bailroad System of Texas having developed so as to bring wit...

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. — 9 March 1889

-! v- ?x&-:" j " vS 2V3fcf -. fcK .- :w -m -k i:&S I-Z. iwv" Sr- sru tv tTt&r iM 3. 3& 2f . jV fvfiri r3 v-v m St-SL' f : ja? , 3t ? k& --"v m& 'j pSbtnT pteaWjffML -tvflFPICIAIi PAPER OP TfiEGO COUffTY. WX S. T1LTGN, Editor. Saturday, March 9, 1889. Weed, the silk appropriation bill was ; v""Worried through, after all. IS -?T C?..--.. ; t a i -yr - 1-1I-. 1..M. KV 0JLU.AE.24 eUUKlilUU!, 1UU e IOJ1D, iClb ' i Item City on Wednesday of last week for -Seattle, W. T. The county seat of Cheyenne, the north west corner county of Kansas, has been Toted to St Prancis. Thk "Home Intellect Society is the product of the Belle Prairie school dis trict, in Logan county. Othebs may gnash their teeth, but we re happy. The permanency of the for estry system in Kansas is assured. The Hill City Rezcille now comes ont ami-weekly. If there is any business reason for this, it must lie in the fact that the weekly issno was not pajing. The mildness of the just-ended winter is cred...

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. — 9 March 1889

S?3$',3?3!Sg::v TTTwV3:,i5?a5G5 t i- V3 '&&!?&& gj&&i& s. slx- i1 " -S'' A5 ''"? r? " - " - .y-?sair-X" j 5tA'.iv- Vc -Kvi-S igvj; "t. -sJ-f ! S' :- 4V te- I. tv. Sv.lt Yi - -j &- "V-. IE60 COUNTY TRACINGS. ?i. s. rtf up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. , BAJfNEB BUGLTNG& Bakxeb, Tbego Co March 4. 0. F. Hawkes is sowing rye. Good bye, poor old Democracy. John. Dalby is sowing spring wheat. Wm. Cope started this morning to Iowa. Mr. Goodwin's school has one month to ran yet W. A. Neel was visiting Banner friends Saturday. M. S. Pngh will start to Missouri about the 10th of this month. Miss Carrie Sweet will commence her sobool at Banner next Monday. Sid Eew is expected every day, with 30 head of fine cattle, from Iowa. Frank "Wear and Mr. Evans started this morning to Ottawa county on a visit. Stock all looks well, and farmers are 'going at their work with a determination to win. Eev. J. 0. Elliott preached to a well filled house Sunday. He wil...

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. — 9 March 1889

2&&&$eBvs&eN&S -z&i&&ter& --' '$? vSS&k KS- ?irr fcSvi ES?S r-r ssf R'i. S5 ft 1-2. I, m Eft' is & iszz fcS .V w 3S? The Western World WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. The presiwnt has called an enra session f the senate to convene March 4, to act apon the new president's appointments. The German missionaries who were held eeptive by the Arabs, have been liberated. A flag that waves from the roof of the Arlington hotel in Wahington,Geaeral Har rison's headquarters, contains forty-two -Btars. General Orlando B. Vilcox has been ap pointed by the president, governor of the Soldiers' home at Washington, D. C, in place of General Hunt deceased. T. E. Simpson's elevator, at Pratt, Kan., with a large quantity of wheat, is the lest Kansas fire. Los3 $10,000, no insaranoe; Natural gas at a depth of 409 feet has been found at Jasper, Ind. COXGBESSIOXAIj. Tuesday. SENATE. Washington, D. 0., February 25. Th senate amended and passed the army appro priation bill, an...

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. — 9 March 1889

vV.cl- ?r ?,fe rg is. f:-": ?s--3 &-u,a. - 1- 5P 2m; 5J&5Jrf t 17 '" tiT-vA-! -v- -t.-":. i fc JU , IFN if- r f i 2h: m. l. Kfe- l& .-s III My Stock of LU I Will Sell forlthe NEXT - AT - NOWISYOURTIMETOBOY! -AND- Sav u833 As this is OJSTLT FOR A. Farmers arc plowing with a will. Garden patches aro being plowed. The ground is nearly free from frost This has been weather. a week of pleasant H. A. Clarke, of Wallace, was in town , yesterday. Mr. Samuel Osborn has been eotne what ill this week. J. F.Todd, Esq., wao a pleasant caller yesterday morning. Charley Priestley is out again, after quite a long siego of sickness. County Surveyor Ferris has been "under the weather" this week. Judge Harlan went to Washington, D. G, last week, and was at the inaugur ation. Curiosity springs up when Oklahomo is mentioned. Step in and look at our new map of that famous region. Albert Black and Mary Cnrd, both of Ellis, Kansas, were married by Justice Frick at his residence on Thursday. 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. — 9 March 1889

arcr -jsmfitummmms1 jm .. rmmmui memmtssesxn c:?Hr3"s'y!3"s!i" r' WF w IS w s te If KANSAS LEGISLATURE. ImmKlmj. SZNlTZ. Torxa, February 2G. Nearly every senator was present this morn ing notwithstanding none of them were in bed before one o'clock, and those being on committees not until 2 a.m. xuo.Dwwooionpoiiviuuj presented out no bills introanc3d. A motion to authorize printing extra TIiah .. h r &&: j i oupies oi ine atrrioaiiurai report iwo Tears hence, came up and called out quits a de bate. It tnilly passed, authorizing 20.000 copies extra, provided the co3t should not exceed 1.00 per copy. To fe oh the case down to that point will require leaving out the map3 of counties, etc., etc xne resolution pa3-eato stop an ouin-Bs at noon Thursday, except messages and to adjourn sine die Saturday noon. Much time wai spent in trying to advance bills. There wa nothing of importance done dur ing the whole session. AR-BBOOM MCBSIOH. The senate went into executive session to xeoaiv...

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. — 16 March 1889

'J&f K. - T h'v?r r w n '& l? P3X 1 J"- Ki, m p- at- $". y jJttShr -cJBmSSU .j PXtt"m'm'-Aii Jiip5Sg8SBMHMCTBWStM----lSBMij2lMSriMaBae5SsJSL mSSSSSs T M hfrr-j. .1 ! : - s-i Yearly Su.tosoription $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. MaiM'ELUL'S memories. IVopleAMio Could lU-.ul tin- OIoIm-Through Once nncl Then AVrito It All Out Without Hesitation. Mr. Stanton, the United States War Minister during the great civil -war, had a very retentive memory, and Avas es pecially -n ell up in Dickens' -works. One evening in the early part of 18GS Dick ens, then on a reading tour in the States, -was dining with Charles Sum ner, -when Mr. Stanton and some others w ere present. The War Minister was put to the test, and -when started could repeat from memory a chapter from any of Dickens' books, showing a much greater knowledge of the works than their author could boast. Mr. Stanton accounted for this intimate knowledge of Dickens by mentioning the habit which lie had formed during the Avar of invariably ...

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. — 16 March 1889

- 'ivW1 TT.j- V " -c Vv' !? jgfc pj s?7SsEV -- M & - - ? SX l . r-- rv -s re& arii . &?- - Xr 3Sf i ft- & R i5i V r?. f1 i I W,t ,t iW Era r' v ?- ?! - -5 - si5 - 5M 'fSS Wtsttm w$ Woxlfc OFFICIAL PAPER OF T1EG0 CODITY. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, March 16, 1889. Leoti is ono your dime-eocial towns. The political signs are against an extra cession of congress this side of next Octo ber. The next encampment of the Kansas Department, G. A. B., i3 to be held at Salina. CoxGEEsasiAN Tubneb is yet in Wash ington, and is likely to Temain there for a few weeks. It is a Standard statement that J. W Orr has found a vein of coal of good quality on his farm, near Leoti. Cosibade HEKBr Booth, of Larned, has been elected commander of the Kan sas Department of the Grand Army, and Ira Collins, senior rice commander. As unknown man entered the JTirst National Bank at Stockton, Kansas, on Tuesday, forced the cashier into the -vault, locked him in, and scaped with 200. Wem., out G...

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. — 16 March 1889

r j KO Is? m I li f K. lb- Iv?- w I J rt - ' , -. - ft D W A Y PILLS S The Great Lirar and Stomach Hemefly For the cure of all disorders of the STOMACH. LIVER. BOWELS, KID NEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS DIS USES. LOSS of APPETITE, HEAD. AC. IE, CONSTIPATION, COSTIVE NESS, INDIGESTION, BILIOUS NESS. FEVER, INFLAMMATION of the BOWELS, PILES and all derange ments of the Internal Viscera, Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or DELETERIOUS DRUGS. PERFECT DIGESTION will be ac complished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS. By so doing Dyspepsia, SICK HEADACHE, FOUL STOM ACH, BILIOUSNESS, ETC., will be avoided, and the food contribute its nnnrichintr nrnnprfiM in tha hnrfu Price 25c. a box. SOLD BY DRUG- RlfiTfi. If RlnrptppnPr i nut nf thorn --- .-.. ..,, . . . ...... ( remit to RADWAY & CO..NEW YORK. BABY CARRIAGES! Vte make a specialty of mannfac. tnriDK Baby Carriages to acll di rect to private parties. You can, therefore, do better with u than with a dealer. We seed Car riages to all ...

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. — 16 March 1889

t m: 5 Vi ""V. '-ry-i3-?rtr -J r?3. 'r fi fe. M HU f s" , 14 l& W j r m w r ifcr - X ' ;!- "r & --.." Wtrtm 3ttfc SHtettL official piPEt or tieco cotitt. tf. S. TILTON, - rfrtor. Satubdat, Makch 16, 1889. Iy Ellis county personal property is to assessed at fifty per cent of its value. Tabds and alleys should be cleaned and kept so. Disease feeds and grows on dirt ' TVTtmi PlTJMMEB, of BuSSell SpriURH, was recently burnt severely while Mnd liap; a fire with kerosene. John Pabks, of Motor, Books county, the Plainville Timn tells, is going to start a canary-bird ranch. Govebnob HuMPHBEr has appointed V. H. Grinstead, of Dighton, judge of the thirty-third judicial district. The report is out that Jim Legate wants to lick postage stamps at Leaven worth for the next four years. When, in writing, "since" ceases to take the place of "ago," the period or some sense will have arrived, by Jol Ix making appointments, the - fact crops out that President Harrison keeps an eye upon those 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. — 16 March 1889

sfjv'ies -SMTIWitfAiSSC - AM-i-5wf lc JriS'JW" tf J" d f " ii--iV3iJS-'Mf'5L T jt - p srsfKdF. rs?"gps3raw3aar f- i ' ?'?&$$ V f P fe . E f 1 v3 V i 2s 9 V $ a p &. e S4- CEEAMERT CUES. The Institution Likely to be in Ope ration about April 1. How the Cream Will be Collected. TJhe Price of Cream at the Begin ning of Business. Arrangements are being made for the early purchase of the engine, boiler, vats, cans, etc., with which to set the Wa Keeney creamery in motion. It is ex pected that the happy event will come off a little after the first of next month. Jfarmers in all directions seem to rec ognize the great benefits which are to flow from the successful operation of this creamery. They see that it is the enter prise of all enterprises which promise to them something in the way of early and solid success. Cream gatherers will be sent by the creamery management to the home of the farmers for the cream. One man prom ises to gather at Quinter, and ship down from there, the c...

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. — 16 March 1889

fJ2&3Sl& v-- - 'm v 'jrSwVHS Hi T-. I' Mt i . fe ??,? & 15 4& 5"S && v: & The Western .World WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. The White house was closed to InOlBcrim--inate callers Monday morninj, March 11. A mob at West Troy, N. Y., tried to bum thirty Italians alive. They had taken jobs that had been vacated by strikers. Marshall's Militatf-bcnd of Topeka, sere naded the members of the Kansas deleg i tionin Washington before leaving there. Each one responded with a speech. Republican senators acd democratic sen ators are caucusing about reorganizing the committees. Committees from the two can cusses are considering the matter. New Mexico haB a new law which stops the sale of packing house meat in that territory. The law provides for inspection of live ani mals intended for food. A Washington disnatchsavs that Th-mas Ryan, of Kansas, is mentioned as minister to Chili. The labor organizations whieh took sides with the strikers in the recent tie-up of the Atlantic avenu...

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. — 16 March 1889

WSaHIKiiSS j ; ' crrf- vs-CL-rr-v. ir ., - 2: "-'v-fcPrA: &Z 's&3z&x&2r& ? yNi 4TS VI r jj --s j5-tf J. v ; ' , S. : ? i. ' ifXfcyri" zfcrif rf '-v y-v je 'gr s S TiiJ t : 8H V r& r-. I&rt l.tr IWf ? fcift. JT TfS ll Me rta My Stock of luivi1be1r I Will Sell forjthe NEXT 30 DAYS - AT - GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, NOWISY0URTIMETOB0Y! -AND- As this is OJSTLY FOR A Potato planting is progressing. Garden seeds are being placed in the ground. Mrs. E. Tuesday. G. Kessler was in town on Sale bills printed neatly and cheaply at this office. A full line of government land blanks at tho World office. There is some enquiry for cattle, and steers are in considerable demand. District Clerk Metz has been oast a few hundred miles this week, on a busi ness trip. Editor Griffith, of the Hays City lie publican, complimented us with a call on Wednesday. Judge Osborn went to Hays City Wednesday evening, to be ready to hear a case the next clay. A rumor reaches this office that G...

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. — 16 March 1889

&-., ?Si.v-ift; P n$r ' ; iRg--; - r&z XT - . rwy vro39g 3S? v? rSffSMnHBHI ,s fe Sfr 4" !- i& p V f PS K , sVal R-5, TEMPTJS 7TQIT BT JETFIE F0KBO8H IIAX AF0E3. A motner tends o'er her babe bo fair. Smooths Its rings oi golden hair. Studies its feature and eyes or bine. Its face the imago of papa's, too And longs for the tixno, both early and late. When baby should grow to a man's es:a e. "Tempns fnqit 1" The yeirs have flown. And baby at last to a man has grown : Tint -where is the mother so youn2 and fair. "Who -tratched lior babe wi h tender at caro? Alas ! yoa will scarcely know her to-day. Tor her golden tresses are silvered with gray. Her step is slow, her eyo3 are dim, She'rembles no.r throngh every limb; Her rm. that once was full of grace. Is d j with age, find her dainty fa:e Is fi. cd with sorrow end anxiou3 core. Alas I there are changes everywhere. Thirtv will number tho years that have pone Thirty long years since her baby was born. iow, tvi h saddmed hear...

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. — 23 March 1889

&JCS " T.ortT' -I 5& Sr . ? t2& W.- &&. SeEST." - X''y4,'2x - HBKlwwX-tW S5 w; . "W- ' 96! JjfifaM;smHas!gfe,pSgi;fc ' - - fk-flfEvt!v:3SKKtBltSS3Btmmm - y C""' g?7 """-"i?"liH;;l;JH'IP3aE'""T1T Yearly S-utosoriptiorx 42.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. THE RICHEST OF HOMES. How the Wealthiest Lady In America l'ansps Her Leisure Time. Mrs. Vanderbilt, the -widow of "William H. Vanderbilt, is the richest woman in America. Next to Queen Victoria she is the richest woman in the world. She and her son George, the only unmarried child, with a large staff of servants, occupv the huge brown-stone palace at the corner of Fifth avenue and Fifty- first street. In manv respects Mrs. Tanderbilt leads a very .simple life, exactly as hundreds of other women who have not a hundreth part of her money. She breakfasts between 8 and 9 o'clock, the meal consisting of fruit, porridge, steak, chops, or broiled chicken, warm rools, tea. and coffee. George Vander "bilt breakfasts with his mother, so t...

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