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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 June 1889

&&&? w v ..' - vr - ufrAft svff i ?:- nrvv f fv vi -' i i raz? sifti3- ?3f4s "5 x. ajOc rv Er T.tHJWtwe-" - '. tLwvrri-JWT.r-Hirfiii -ctjv tt."-..- jwr'-i -.. , " -. ; -"v.. r-v : -r-v- t t i- T-ar"- . ' - "-- . "- -- vs8wij&i v srKFm$?:mm m I H ' w t - y JV . ra 3 ' 1 ?f Vfc r 4 j& V J w8&k . riiriyti. & "ytjc."?, ikAmji THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1889. U. P. RY., L. & C. BRANCH-TIME TABLE. KAST HOUND. SM arrive 3:40 a.m. STOdcpiirts 3:50a.m. WEST BOUND. 2T7 arrives 3:40 p.m. ZTl departs ?:.'i0 p. in. C. K. & N.-ROCK ISLAND ROUTE-NOV 18, '88. noiNO WEST. iDistlDiotl frm frm pay Nl.t Colo Col- Ex Ex Sp'srl by. I I Ac com p m,a m St. Joseph... Kansas City. COLBY Denver 6101 338 800 930 u ni fSA 402 300 1020 impm p m 327 io:jB,nai .! 7.-J m n m n in 715! IOC! OOINO FVST. Denver COLBY... - Kansas City.. St. Joeph 7 451 n m p m 300 327 p ml 5 55, 555' p ui .1 m fcJ4 UV "V, Mil ns S4." Loc.il freight trnItisvminan...

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. — 20 June 1889

ncv " r-m.9 - SI -s. ,--v;5Kj F ' - ft a ... " I i K if ; Iff 1 HS fr i f v 2. KS? FEET. A afcnp little foot, as white as the snow, Htfoaglng to rollicking; frolicsome Joe, IZa a little red sock, with a bole in the tee. Ana a hole In the heel as well. A trim little foot, in a trim little shoe, Belonging to sixteen-ycar-oia Miss Sae, AaA looking as if it knew just what to do. And do it in a way that would telL Avery large foot in homely array, Selongiog to Peter, who follows the dray. So big that it sometimes is in its own way. And moves with the speed of a snail. Jkhi a very big thing is the human foot, Ja dainty-made shoe, or iu clumsy boot, Sa"tis well there are various tastes to suit. And that fash on can't always prevail. Tie plump little foot, a beautiful sight, And the trim 1 ttle foot, so taper and slight. AmA the very large foot, though much of a fright. Are traveling all the same road. .And it matters but little how small or how great, So they never grow w eary of paths tha...

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. — 20 June 1889

- -?"-i-Jvil iS3 flWIFfrsrm-f r&r P$3E fsa !r V gr-- jjr? 2S A1 "SwSjC. F .. 3i Ol T- A"--. -55- rv t.?.v--f2f-.t - -f v-i t jiV v .s , WOMAN'S CAUSE IS MAN'i The woman's cause is man's; they riBe or sink Together, dwarfed or godlike, bond or free. Tor she that out of Lethe scales with man The shining steps of Nature, shires with man Bis nights, his days, moves with him to one go X Stays all the fair yonnp planet in her hands If she be small, sllghvnatured, miser ible. How shall man ktow? As far as in use lie UTe two will serve them both in aiding her "Will clear away the parasitic forms That seem to keep her up, but drag her down Will leave her space to burgeon out of all Within her let her make herself her own To give or keep, to live and learn and be AU that not harms distinctive womanhood. For woman is not undeveloped man, .But diverse: could we make her as the man. Sweet love ere slain; his dearest bond is this, Not like to like, but like in difference. Yet in the lonj year...

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. — 20 June 1889

Iff ! r f"jSTi!tA?;. If.. ttr ! NATURAL GAS IN CHINA. The Fire Fit and Brine Wells Operated by Chinese Corporatloaa. Mr. Charles Denby, United States Minister to China, sends the State De partment some interesting informatioa about natural gas and its use in that country. It is found in Sz'chwan, near a town called Tsz-lin-tsing. In an area of twenty-seven li (nine miles) diameter salt wells are found. To make a well the Chinese use a long and elastic bamboo pole, supported in the middle by a cross piece, a rope made by coupling the ends of long (not twisted) slices of bamboo, and an iron instrument which weighs 120 catties (catty equals li pounds). The rope is fastened on the end of the pole, and the iron on the end of the rope. A slight up and down motion of the thick end of the pole makes the iron hop and bore a vertical hole with its broad, sharpened edge. The ground to be perforated consists chiefly of sand stone and clay. When a portion of the rock is mashed clear water is pou...

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. — 27 June 1889

SSPSli.,, I" .L,,I, J. . ' AHPPi I i , flU l JPilMIMIHMinHMMI tfVLSSKS?.;- ..." - tjr 'fisXra , " ?V iW" nS VOL. V. NO. 1 6. COJ-BY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 27, 1889. H.50 PER YEAR. 2 . -- hm? rrimw?tik-&, ,-. - . '.':f&&!m3 - .,.,-,J., TriiiiiiMiii, i i -"a v,-'.AT--'.:"i & tfu-tfir-saoraH . Z jt.m , - -- -- - - - ai-. - - j-.fc jr . - ... t, . . . -. .as- - -. o.--t3vi, w .. - -. w-iwiMtfi.mJ.... . ar T 9bl X- 1 Jv A ..Tve r, . jrxja-sSBBjl . ;" Thomas 11 Cat. ..m:vi BmBmBmBmBmBmrBmBmBamBmBmBmBmBmBmB: " ti" 'iiiiL- -w,... ,uWuE8 - ji 3&4B1 - SBar " -' ; ,-,.fa C 1 k ADDINGTON& Son, STABLE. MONEY I TO LOAN ON FARMS, AT LOW KATE OF INTEREST. fWith Long Time and Easy Payments. I W. M. KENLY. Office ocrKiist Nationul Ilunk. H. E. Weld. 1MB', gfgaarSBgagSBgsSgfljihl WELD & J. E. Campbell. CAMPBELL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Wcld-Senter Building, COLBY. - - - KANSAS. GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS. BNEST TURNOUTS INTHECITl'j At reasonable rates and short ...

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. — 27 June 1889

'Hf'&X'fV: &: K&. Jfc ;? -a 7$M tri- f,s fe ' , fft itm-' 3U . tv. ' .ITS--- THOMAS COUNTY OAT. P JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. I30LBT. KANSAS MISTRESS GRUNDY'S CALL. Yon say, Kate, I've spread that story abroad? Yon sorely mistake. It could sot be I ! rm so tenderhearted, I can't even hurt The feelings or yonder poor little fly! Only last Sunday our minister said: " We should unto others " you know the rest TalkinR'bout neighbors is wicked, I think, And stirring up strife can never be best. Heard how the quarrel began in our church? Over the salary? We got by the ears. Some say he preaches for money, not love But preachers must live?" Well, so It appears. 60 must his wife, in the very last style A lovely new silk an elegant hat! " They were given to her?" I'm glad of her luck. I never have such, I'm certain of thatl Oh, did you hear that young Emerson Jones Last week ran away with Rob nson's wife? She still is at aome, not a word of It truer' I never was so surprised in my li...

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. — 27 June 1889

S8KB33&3&3 1&&&&3& S' 'i - ?5 r3rSS: r-'g: JAi-WSS-tfJ SS t, i-tS "1&51J' -. ox T 3 ' , v r xff tsrr ; r K ;? H - V.S- -fa t J H-sfeT ' V. - .i.j STflr? ' iT" -Marc vajj-r-Mft ".- "-.smmai tMH ?i'fx ?n7F&-,m a , j- -fc- -. f-NA.Sr , -?s rTMXr"' j -jfr vS-. U? Jt 1 , - -" 1X - - , .AS" , .9 J r. A "J feP THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY, - - "KANSAS THE BLACK LEOPARD. Sow the Fiercest of the Cat Tribe Ioeka Wliea Confined. Tn thft THAnao-ftvift in Cnntrai Park in New York is a black leopard. Not a light or brown hair appears upon his .silky skin. He is as black as a dress of black silk. He is probably a native of Southern Asia, and a rare speci men, though black leopards are not uncommon there. Look him in the face, and, cat-like, he shuts his green yes and turns bis head. Bather under the full size of the best of leopards, lithe of limb and powerful, this rare "beast of the jungle takes his prison life i ith apparent contentment He...

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. — 27 June 1889

1BS3& TT" rj- ?vA S 3 ,v iV.L-rirV . l5S2i. ;U4 tV vmt s .fr'CpS v tliS ?r .:'." ,,--.- w .- v T-ir-a"? s?5wsr'-jrt'-Ki '"SFsey-js : - l -l v ss:7 fc xrr v -. 1. I j. s. ' k:i -V"JTJL -a" j- L a -t-- k.4VV " T.i.-' '' L r:rK2 A . 4: US r IV, i vs VS. s t THE THOMASJOUNTY CAT. -OFFICIAI. TXHJNTT AND CITY PAPKB. Issue Vy Tbomas County Pubtenlnjr Co at 9lby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. Colby, JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. FINAL PROOFS. All final proof notices must be paid for or payment arranged for in ad--vance. The charge for publication is $4.00. Parties having proof notices running in the paper should notif us at once in case of mistakes in notice. There are three buildings going up in Chicago, each 16 stories high. Many farmers in Thomas county estimate from present indications that iv heat will average fram 25 to 35 bushels to the acre. The a crage rainfall for this 3 ear in Kansas exceeds bv more than three inches that of 1884, the best crop rear Kansas ever had. Prohibiti...

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. — 27 June 1889

' fipc V A HR. mmmm ., . THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1889. IT. P, KY.", L. & C. BRANCH TIME TABLE. EAST BOUND. 278 arrives 3:40 a.m. 278 departs 3:50 a.m. WK8T BOUND. 277 arrives 8:40 p.m. S77 departs 8:50 p.m. C. K.&N.-BOCK ISLAND ROUTE-NOVI8,'88. GOING WEST. DistlDist frm frm STATIONS. Day Ex Nt.t Ac com ColoCol Sp'irl by. Ex p mju m St. Joseph... Kansas City. COLBY Denver OUU. UU p ml aw.iuaj a ra;p ni Unia! ! oft p m as. p m p m 2D7 7151 1UU HOINO KST. Denver COLBY Kansas City... St. Joseph XT. 7501 45! p m 327 a mm m 300 327 p in! 555; a in C'4 10 ..! fiio 3f 84T.1 555 Local freight trains will run ahead of time or be annulled at the companj's pleasure. Dally except Sunday. All other trains daily. All trains run on mountain time west of Phillipsburtr. Don't fail to take the Great Rock Island Route for nil points east. est. north, .or south. D. Waiaacf, Agent. R. L. RIDDLE, Farm Loans. )o( Deeded Lands sold to eastern partie. COLBY M...

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. — 27 June 1889

r&Zi.ftxAz: jiM&2J&TLmstJj?wvW9n 'i' ..i -ijujppwa - sys "KjcmPmi ka m C-W-Il ,,MMIIMBMMM,MlMiMMMMMMllMHaMaMMMMBMaMBMiWIMWWiMWWiWMiMiMi"MMM'M ' ' - smsmmmmnmmmW Ik BIT OF CALM PHILOSOPHY. m It mot every fellow who la fsmons seeds eat awn apart: All can't be Kings; sosm people must fee ruled. We can not aU be conqaerors, like WeUlegtOB or Bonspsrte, Or plutocrats like Vanderbilt or Gould. ' tt Im not ev'ry one caa be a Pope, with curse or benson, Or noted in a certain walk of life. We can not all be bards, like Mr. Browning or Lord Tennyson, Bat almost any man can beat bit wife. Take courage then, ye toilers, who remain un known, inglorious; Kind nature ever surely compensates; While she witbholdeth gifts from yon that makes some men victorious, She K.veth proper weakness to your mates. Thou unknown individual, one of a vast ma jority. To whom nor fate nor fame a boon allows, Thou hast an opportunity to show superiority. By acting as the tyrant of a spouse. Oh, let us all...

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. — 27 June 1889

tt. fyts&tCT-jftr- .y ev,i-cr tV.v ? ,: -i.il' VeZrJ V 1 wsCK.1 :''' t js: A MYSTERY. ZI yon were me, and trouble naunlac. yon, 1 He whispered low, "Weighed down your soul 1b dotftt, what would you dor' Td tell some one my trouble, were I you," I With accent slow. She said. And yet again: "K yon were me," Be said, "and loved a sweet lass tenderly, What would you dor' . Flushed. erew her cheek and drooped her head: 1 think I'd co and tell her so," she said, "II I Were you," 'Ah, sweets 'tis you I mean, my little love , I love you, Flo." i Yet lower drooped her sun-kissed head above The roses on her breast; a frightened dove Ne'er fluttered so. 'I love you, dear," he said again; and she i Her answer e'er will be a mystery, 'TwaB said so low. , Cecil Percy Poole, in Harper's Weekly. HIDDEN TfiEASUKES. Circumstances Under Which. Some Have Been Discovered. A Fortune in a Tra-Kettle How Colom I bus Anchor W' Found A Lucky Hussion Feasant Kijr Nug gets of Gold. f Anion; the many.discov...

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. — 27 June 1889

-,-.? 3.: 'ft 'fij4 . vyn W T v 4?Mr? .- O. K. LIVERY BARN Fine teams and carnages with or without drivers. FEED AND SALE STABLE. SAMUEL YOUSSE, Prop. EAST FOURTH 8TRKBT, COLBY. KANSAS. SHANKLIN & RYDER, Successors to Shankmn & Vail, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. We are now prepared to give estimates on all kinds of buildings, also draw plans and pe cifications at reasonable figures. All work guaranteed. Orders left at the old stand, northwestoftheU. P. depot, or at the Palace Drue-and Jewelry Store will receive prompt attention. Shanklin&Rtdbr, Colby, Kans. CITY MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats always on hand Poultry bought and s'ld. Highest cash price paid for hides and pelts. T. P. FEEHAN. Prop: V. C. EDDY, M D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER. Office in the Palace Drug Store. Night calls answered from residence on Mission Ridge Avenue between Fourth and Fifth Sts. HARRY MOYKR, ANUFACTUREB OF BOOT8 SHOES All the latest styles in pegged and sewed shoes and boo...

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. — 4 July 1889

ss!!.j;-i'J5f--v5!ftVA-.i8SHvfcvt- sx&it&aiiJi-JMBKiif mmmBmmmiv jj.il wmirm!m t:h a ' ; ; - r-. .? ? g yyfgT; wyggg' L " VS" iTr-e-i. rSHv SftjWjISSw HmS v. Thomas Cat 5s 4sg 1 " :" VOL. V. NO. i. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. JULY 4f 1889. "trtl i.5o ER YEAR. mm 9 m H ; l it-j2. ' tl'l ADDINGTON& Son, faery, f eefr STABLE; -eJ-Ssv?-Ss Jti? .Sttw.r.Ei 'GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS. FINEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY At rea&onnble rate and hort notice. Give u atrial. Your patronage policitcd. C2T" Opposite Commercial Hotel, and direct ly east of Colbj Hoti-c, Colby, Knns. ADDINGTON & SON- pale tflin. - o r wtsj Landis Court Drug Store. VAN PETTEN, DEANE & CO. PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Staple and Fancy SundrieS IS' Prescriptions accurately and neatly compounded at all hours. .gj FH.AUK B. MHilTER, Manager. HEAR YE The Horseshoe Grocery AM DRY GOODS EMPORIUM w Is piepared to give better bargains in DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, SHOES, NOTIONS, ETC., Than ever before. It w...

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. — 4 July 1889

m-mSJEmmmm 'W$m0rr. ijS--- " 9: -& ,?T S -sj- THOMAS COUNTY CAT JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. OOLBT, KANSAS SUBURBAN JOYS. Homeward in the pleasant evening. In the gloaming of the May day, Trudged the noble Hiawatha To hie cottage in the suburbs; "Where he daily missed his breakfast. And the first train that he ran for. Now hts heart was glad within him. For he bore upon his shoulders. In his arms and In his pockets Things to make and stock the garden; Spade and fork to break the clods up; Rakes to make them somewhat finer; Various kinds of patent weeders Michty good to break the back with. Dandy things to make the back ache; Hoe to tickle Mother Earth with. Till she laughs in weedy harvests: Pruncrs, clippers, l nes and markers; Shovels, trowels, things that no man. Save the dealer, could have use for. Seeds in bags with pictures on them; Pictured fruit of size gigantic: Strawberries that looked like apples, "Warranted to bear the first year Three large quarts to etery dozen; Apple s...

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. — 4 July 1889

m&$kaSB& psawft' rY T&V ;w &:& V A f s3 -2ft?- ac''; .Jf .'a !.l m !-w?v'L &"wma6mm' v'mmwwtAJwm&w&mWBWfmrirTmmmwm '&z&ate t'si..TX: ''S ' W '?" L- fSBH :3SKi5ixK:2Fffl :.vsff'i i.-ij,r r.v3Vj-TS5..s"-.- :?. .sftvrsBfe v-. ' v'i . irxws, :yz-&- :. SK.'jrsf&'&i. si, .V3W f Ks- T A M r Si !f I; i v II I 4v &T i i? r if if-tr .Hsr 3k S3C. i Ftv AS YEARS PASS BY. As years pass by sod time grows old, What shitting scenes salute the eye; Youth's dream becomes a story told. As years pass by. We mend our chart, new paths pursue, To other fields our fancies fly; -Some fair horizon sweeps in view, As years pass by. Hope never leaves the steadfast soul. In winter's storm or summer's sky. If high ambition be the goal. As years pass by. 'What if some hoped-for triumphs fade? The sun still compasses the sky; -Courage that wins Is not afraid. As years pass by. Defeats are but the fate of all. Compelling us to do or die, -They oftenest nse who...

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. — 4 July 1889

Kwiv.04M!l:JII &&cfa?$i airr-,romaBas!c . . e,iaAi i i jp- HaEBsaEBK, iajf jri.ni-ii:-TfirmmBmm?rsB!mriasxvimx-. mi mwi mmr mmi mmwm - S. " - ? '.- - r'- &. &Y ' ? ir-sLEiKS&to Be fyr'" r - TLtriZr t 'il . v;-?te-,3' c- vvyvwsstr? i.wSvyf rxrj '..-. ,VVT .-"" ?? '. TT 'fl -- , . -? to-.w .jrtjii W-w v"' " 'IrV JjtliiaiSim m aMiaaiaasngaa i ft " Err J ? - -P i& ,--. Esj- 1-: 3 - I: A, 1 I , K V y tew lA - Fi-T . USv. 4H? cftV W wM wnp mAlfln rAITMTV riTlTHEFOFULATIOIlOFTHEWIIITlD IHI tlllMA Mill M I LAI. 4JFFICLAL COUNTY AND CTTr PAPER. Ireued by Thomas County Punishing Co.. ft Oelby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. FINAL PROOFS. All final proof notices mast "be paid 1 or or payment arranged for m ad ance. The charge for publication is 4.00. Parties having proof notices lunning in the paper should notify us at once in case of mistakes in jootice. Judicial Convention. GOOIHAND. K.U., JCWK 28, !. There 'Will be-a-esmontlonwf the deleg...

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. — 4 July 1889

jKXa THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. jri. . at x " t " iSS CLOSING CUT-POSITIVELY! s-5-. , r JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1889. NO MISTAKE! U. P. RY., L. & C. BRANCH TIME TABLE. KAST BOUND. 273 arrived 3-40a.m. ZTSi'epnrts ...50a.m. WEST BOUMI. 27T arrives 8:40p.m. 277 departs 8:50p.m. C. K. & X.-KOCK1SLAND KOUTE-.NOV IK, '8. noio wrw. 3rf 1 DitDit 'frinjfrniJDaj ColoCol- Ex ISpVJ by. I Nf.tAc Ev com ii in h m St. Joeph . . Kansas City. COLBY Denier no .tl t-nu nan .p i (7U e !ui ioai; J a m'p m p m 327 IOW'1125 p inlp in C 7 It 1U otxo r t. Denver COt.SY... . Kansas Citj .. Bt. Jocph. -K 7.VJ 74T p mm in t m 327' 30" "27 a mjp in 71'. "i.V s"i 5.Vi' . .j 4. . K1l "! Local freight trainsivIllrHTiahtnilor tiineor be aniinlliil at the conipan pleasure. Iailj evcx.pt Sunday. AH other train dull . All train nm on mountain tiire nest or Phillip-lmnr. Don't fail to tnkp this. Great Hock Inland Koute for all point eaM. 'west, north, or eouth. D. Wallxci, Arent. R. L. RIDDLE, Fa...

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. — 4 July 1889

m whuuh immim m IS R- A, u- '. if l,v 1 i c: :. . - -t" "V- STRIVING IS WINNING., Stent It a triumph if yoar veatare fans; Oaly a coward may bewail defeat. Pick up the broken flag-staff at your feet; FUng to the winds again iU Uttered sails; Merer a brave man fails. .Stay not to feebly reckon up your loss: In the great battle nothing counts bat gains, Talk not of wounds, and prattle not of pains; 'Slug of the Crown the while you boar the Cross; Cowards but count their loss. Kver to strive is the soul's strongest joy, What though you miss fall bleeding in the strife Still in your hands you carry the God's life. Pledge of the conquest that naught can de stroy; Striving is joy is joy! failure may be tbe measmre of success, IiO, tbe great captain leading in the fight Seeth the ictory beyond your sight. What are your ga ns or losses, more or less? failure may be success! Leslie's Newspaper. SUKPKISED A GRIZZLY. .A. Bookless Montana Hunter's Dan gerous Mistake. JBm Attacked the Bear and I...

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. — 4 July 1889

ft if M- I' m A 15 v HAD A'RAT-TRAP. Cat Be Mad a JMstake ia Waalae; TJ Paaeeager. It was on one of the Sound steam ers coming1 down the other day. A man of middle age and much dignity had fallen asleep in his rocking-chair on the promenade deck, when he was approached by a sharp-nosed, hawk eyed man of forty, who had a parcel in his hand. "Hey you!" he exclaimed, as he Blapped the sleeping man on the shoul der. "Sir! How dare you?" sternly de manded the latter, as he roused up. "I haven't done any thing that I can be sentto State prison for, have I?" "What is your business with me, sir?" "That's better. That's coming to the point. Let me draw up a chair and take it easy as we chat. You told me at Stonington that you thought you would order twelve dozen as a starter. Suppose you double the order and take ten percent discount?" "Sir, what are you talking about, and who do you take me for?" de manded the man. "Your name is is Faxon firm of Faxon & Brown, dealers in hardware, isn't...

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. — 4 July 1889

is- la'? ft" fr lv iv-8- RURAL COURTSHIP. "Die eonveraiioa's given eat; There Is an awful pause: She sits and hems her handkerchief; He sits and hems and haws. "He gazes on her blusnlng face, He pates on her feet. Then in a whisper hoarse he says, "You're sweet cnousn to eat I" She blushes at the compliment. Although she murmurs boahl He nearer draws his chair and adds, 'Yea, Jane, you are, by gosh!" , The handkerchief drops from heraaaa She stoops aad so dees he : Their heads together come. She laughs. m "How awkward, John, you be!" Her check is brushing bis. It is; She does not draw it back: He looks around and then bestows On it a rousing smack. She draws it back, now flaming red A sight to loo upon .And bays : "You surely never old Do that on purpose, John!" 'Well, yes, I did," he answers her, . And with a flash of wit He adds: "1 dm. and more than that, I aint ashamed a bit." Their chairs are both together now; Their eyes w ith joy are bright; Jane's handkerchief. I'm much afra...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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