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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 August 1885

IPl & mm f f: ' i SBE!S99 fcir gfcti -U.g -- WESTERHZASrOELT). ik a rarw, - - Editor. Satubdat, August 22, 1885. For District Jirfgi, Ij. JB1. PRATT, OF KOBTON COTTKTT. New business signs go np. House painting progresses. "Watermelons are rather plentiful. Eli Sheldon wants a broom maker at GrinnelL It is said that there are six bakeries in Wa-Keeney. Indian corn continues to point to ward a good yield. Geo. S. Redd, Esq., of Ness City, was a pleasant caller on Tuesday. Campers are to be seen in all direc tions. They use many tents. m The Golden Belt claims that Grinnell is getting to be a musical town. Mr. J. H. Baker has had a neat stable built in the rear of his business block. It is probable that the Marshall &", Ufford stock of goods will be moved into the new post-office room. The McPherson Freeman of the 14th inst. says: "Dr. McHwain is in "Wa-Keeney on business." tt "" nr . ii The 'jflfeMfnlgMUDr Grant memoriaTexerciaei ai'MoPberson, thus mentions a cousin of the edi...

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. — 22 August 1885

nm, , BK Fl rjs. w .r 2S. I& igf ar y k& t JZZ i l MX - - ; H, & fff? ." 1A ST"- li i l i i RIGHT IN THE RING fr.e "i,fA''",'ff: WITH Full Line of Govern ment Land Blanks I Special to Land Attorneys Through out the Western Kansas Land District ! We have printed, and have in stock to sell, the following Govern ment Land Office Blanks at the prices annexed: EACH. Homestead Notices . . 8 Homestead Affidavits Homestead. Applications .02 V6 02 Homestead Application Affi davits. . . .02 Same Affidavits for use before District Clerks 02 Timber Culture Notices 02 Timber Culture Affidavits 03 Timber Culture Applications. .02 T. C. Application Affidavits . . .02 June, 1880, Final Proofs 03 Contest Testimony Blanks... .06 Notices to Post tfp on Land . . .01 Applications to Purchase for Cash 01 Citizens1 Dec. Statements 01 Soldiers' " " 02 Homestead Proofs 06 Pre-emption " 06 In a few days, we shall have a full line of Pre-emption blanks printed. The price for each of these will be ...

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. — 22 August 1885

A.m L &?j'.i ?IS&S !& it'T "Tff 4 fiwrflg: V -vl . " . w OUTER WJSKDELL.BOIJKES OK GKAKT. It a dlnnci to Gee. Grant, July 31, 13C5. When treason first tegan the strife That ctimEoned tea and fchore, . The nation pourei her hrerded life On r edom s tbrt thing floor; From fie'd and p'airie, east and west From ccast aiid bill and plain. The sfaf avrs of ripeuin jr manhcod j rested Thick as the bearded grain. Rich was the harvest; touls as trne As ever battle tried; But fiercer st ill the conflict grew, The floor ot death more wide ; Ah. -who forgets that dreadful day V hof e blot of gnef and shame, Four bitter years scare- wash away In seas of blood and flame? Vain, vain, the nation's lofty boasts Vain all her sacrifice! "Give me a man to lead my hosts, t Oh God In heaven!" SDe tries, A'hilt battle whirls hi crushing flail, And plies his winnowing fan, Thick flies the chaff on every gale, She cannot find her man! Bravely they fought who failed to win, Our leaders battle sou...

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. — 22 August 1885

:jt "j a.--Kr?- -a, .-as ; i-7i.-vi-x, ; v j'A jLTf w 3" " -. ii - ""-" f - i-iV" H ffe. r"ir a 7x.UT u-rff. 'Si. . -.T "a r ksf' B JW vS S'lV- f7 ll I vt Pbw I- r-ajr Its s L'- Les t( u? prsr 5r 9-f . 3.BK v fit FJCCUUAJt JPEOFJLE. e el tbe Cnstan Observed bj tbe Bas el aad Fellah Jews. In that section of the city south of Lombard street, between Second and Tenth streets, there have settled within the past ten years, bays the Philadelphia Beeord, many hundreds of Russian, Bul garian, .Polish, Roumanian, and Servian Jews, and by the peculiarities of their habits and customs they have built np an exclusive community of their own. Even in the Blums there is an aristocracy of wealth among them, but many a husky-toned fakir who tramps the streets with his tray of collar-buttons or other trash has dived deep into the mysteries of the Kabala, or has m his mind great stores of Talmudic lore. The condition of hundreds of these wretched immigrants is miserable in the extreme. In Catharine, S...

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. — 22 August 1885

t- -4"V -jfcJ i (UKL V8;Ol Tf ".-wr-yiftj r5 Iff "- i -t. -s tJ-ra' -i ATWtttflAY. . If yoa ait domt at et of mn',' And count the acts that you have done, And counting; find One self-denying act, one word -That eased the heart of him who beard, One glance most kind, That fell like sunshine where it went ; Then you may count that day well spent. But if, through all the live-long day, You've cheered no heart by yea or nay ; " If, through it alL You've nothing done that you can trace, That brought the sunshine to one face, No act most small Thai helped some soul and nothing cost ; Then count that day as worse than lost. Louis K. Pratt. PhiUipiburg Herald. In order that the readers of the Herald may know something of Louis K. Pratt of Norton county, the man who will be the next Judge of the 17th Judicial dis trict, we will give a brief sketch of his history. He was born on a farm in Mad ison county, Ohio, on the 14th day of February, 1852, and is therefore now 33 years old. At the age o...

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. — 29 August 1885

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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. — 29 August 1885

BHnKslmwBBSfelSSgi'dJEfPW A VIOMOtT SOUTH CAKOLXSIAN. His Denunciation of Jackson's Admlais tion. In the coarse of debate in the house in May, 1836, on the fortification bill, Mr. Camberling, of New York, speaking of the prevailing bloated condition of af faire, declared that "the whole nation was now one common gambling-noose." The next day Mr. Pickins, of South Car speech of great ability, abounding in his- j. : i 11. .:..., -a lUJmuMio" nsimnn.; olina, mounted tne rostrum, ana in a lAJIlVal nilUBlUUD tuiu uuuiuus buiuuur eons, alluded to Mr. uamDernngs re mark, and inquired "who made it so?" Then he charged the administration with the responsibility of all the ills with which the country was afflicted. "Sycophancy and servility," he said, "have taken the place of all the heroic and manly virtues. The rooks together with obscene birds, have pirched them selves in the high places of the land, and ; we Bit here beneatn, eurrounaea aany with their filth and corruption. Office holders...

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. — 29 August 1885

A WWW Li I llgWKBMWWIIIWWBgWBa tlt&.t&Wttf???? fc 1 i'ihTvw xwbimbihbBibW Tf ' ' ' 'tm ""ijIwWIWw &cl iB-U 7rtaTTPw5B?ii" " -"snK asr ivC" lili TUs 1 1 1 1 T Tr TT TT T sssssssssljssssssmir ' ""-Zlp L huvhhv y J ' W I & j T-AJRILVS" STJBSCBIPTION $2.00. SEVENTH TEAK. NEWS SUMMARY DOMESTIC, First-class passenger rates from New York to Chicago have been advanced to $14, and in proportion to other western points. A fire destroyed the moat important bulldinps in Texarkana, on the Arkansas side, and two squares on the Texas side, the loss aggregating $150,000. The democrats of Mississippi re-nominat-sd Gov. Lowery as their candidate for gov arnor. Geo. M. Gowan was nominated for jacretary of state. The extnnrivfl- hirip won! nr.ti tallow home of O'Berne, Hoo.ick & Co., Chicago, was set on fire by lightning. The building was a large four Btory and basement. It iB thought that the loss will be nearly $50, 000. A quarantine force has been put on duty against all the port...

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. — 29 August 1885

flaP .7:3P SPFc $- JK . -c jirii . . - . 5o iv &3 mBBt - --- - -;,--; r - -y, - -f gjylEff'y rTfrf4--:; 1 i i i - -l 4 - iv -f 'V WESTERN KAS. WORLD. JK. A 77fOV, for. Satubday, August 29, I885t Ffir District Jiige, I.. TL. PRATT, OF KOBTON COUNTY. Ex-Governob Glick's steno graphic reporter has been appointed the same kind of a reporter for Judge Clark A. Smith's court, over northeast of this. The Smith Center Bulletin calls him a very cleaver and pleasant little gentle man. We can find no precedent for the use of cleaver as an adjective, but the Bulletin means, of course, that he is a butcher's-axe sort of an individual. The Wa-Keeney Wobld is a free lance. Moreover, it is keen as progress. Noting the Stockton News' announcement that Prof. Leach -will "take charge of the principle department of public schools," it regrets the absence of such departments in the schools of America. Norton Cham pion. We appreciate, to some extent, at least, the high compliment involved in the -wor...

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. — 29 August 1885

f !: I t f . i r lfvX i?; riM. ?;; ,J r ri ft V V ! P) v iU ' p I? r lift- f? S.1. . .PF L-ii&' -tP"""""M"fcaMMagMaMW. 11 t . RIGHT IN THE RING . WITH A Full Line of Govern ment Land Blanks 1 Special to Land Attorneys Through out the Western Kansas Land District ! We have printed, and have in stock to sell, the following Govern ment Land Office Blanks at the prices annexed: EACH. Homestead Notices 8 .02 Homestead Affidavits. . . ., 03 Homestead Applications 02 Homestead Application Affi davits 02 Same Affidavits for use before District Clerks.. .02 Timber Culture Notices 02 Timber Culture Affidavits 0'3 Timber Culture-Applications. .02 T. C. Application Affidavits. . .02 June, 1880, Final Proofs 03 Contest Testimony Blanks ... .06 Notices to Post Up on Land. . .01 Applications to Purchase for Cash 01 Citizens1 Dec. Statements 01 Soldiers' " " 02 Homestead Proofs 06 Pre-emption " 06 In a few days, we shall have a full line of Pre-emption blanks printed. The price for each of thes...

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. — 29 August 1885

JiSfl1 f?4 33HISVV v r TO FAIN BE HOKE. I'd fain be fconn! Home In my Father's mansion Pv Home at my father's breast; Out of thin world s mischievous contention, In deep and peaceful rest. With ihou and wishes upon life I entered, Bat one is left for all of tnem are centered Isow in a iingle hipe, where'er I roam, 'd fain be home, I'm tired of thy troubles, but' i.et mm enjoy wno ma I Since 'tis God's will my cross I still will carry, Will bravely fight and witn all patience tarry, Yet in my deepest heart I sigh and moan: I'd fain be home! I ' d fain be home, I saw in blessed visions A better fatherland, There is my home what of the world's derision! On earth isnot my stand. - The spring Is gone and homeward files .the swal low, No snare doth hold it, all baits to it are hollow, 1 1 soars high over dale and hill and dome I'd go Lome. d fain be home, when once a babe they car ried Me to good things and play, Enjoying it a little hour I tarried, The Joy then passed awfiy. While other ...

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. — 29 August 1885

nR2Wi?Fr' :JfiffP f A ftSiHls M J V- ? GRIPPED BY AN OCTOPUS The Horrible Sensation of the Touch of the Creature Described. If you jan stand before the glass case in the Smithsonian institution inclosing a specimen of the octopus and not feel your flesh crawl, you have more nerve than most men. As one looks over those long, hairy arms, each one provided with suckers at every joint, and notices the cruel beak and looks into the wick ed, staring eyes, he instinctively shrinks away, as if tne aeaa monster bxui naa power to harm. We were ofl the Florida coast gather ing sponges. In those days and the practice is still pursued by the poorer class of sponge gatherers we got our sponges in anchoring our small sloops or schooner over the bed and then div ing from her rail to the bottom of the sea, carrying a weight along to sink us the faster. A good pair of lungs and years of experience finally enabled me to reach bottom in thirty or thirty-five foet of water and come up with more or less ...

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. — 29 August 1885

33,' i-'1rwjerwsiKya? 5S."! jP5Pg T&nTzffi&ss&m&& " &! TKi? i. jAt. v-.J- -y,o "il -.. feaJ; mm mm .t , fete, llSC -rggy.c, ; r ''ir&ZaF IS After Us Yet.' Kirwin Chief. The name of W. S. Tilton, editor of the Wa-Keeney Wobld, is mentioned as a . candidate for the office of state auditor on the Republican ticket next fall. Mr. Til ton is a western man, and thoroughly qualified for the position. He is an inde fatigable worker in the Republican ranks, and his name would be a tower of strength to the ticket in the western part of the state. If the delegates from the west will stick, and work in unison, they can name the man, and he, in justice to himself and for the good of the party, should be VV. 8. Tilton. Tfce Petit ii Edacation. Atlanta Constitution. Somehow or other we do not get at the jith of this controversy in regard to liter ary collegiate graduates and non-graduates. Probably it is not as important as some of our contemporaries eeem to be lieve. T...

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 September 1885

' x 'wrr: - fc& -.! ft K&- i, -BjrifiStT'srr ur . w r ) f I A J f v 1 v" " V0 "Ai t . A "SRS-f i -- . .,, s - -rr ; , ; . .P " .--, . . " ir V Y1 V I I f I; 1 m n 1, to 10- I '.. V- .v- I Si - St iSfe, HB?5 w. '' '' ?xSlBiSiK??',r s&itXu BGcAw'KGKdcr'BM'taB:r I! UnSIHIIIIi IiIIIIb I3Eee m "" -jgiMMlpi JW .t s HBslB IHEIlS&BiSEg JHIBmP8bHBBI8H ! yrMeg g iy'iil llHlllUl iillllm llwll'''"'' , '1, - .... TWBHBBBP - - sj - 5T3js,ii"3r STJTBSCiainrionsr, $2.00. SEVEjS ttji year. Phillips county's new post-office is named Luctor. There is some post-office excite ment at Hays City, too. Kenneth clamors, through the Democrat, for a boot and shoemaker. The cotton-growing business of the South has been increased wonderful ly under the impetus of vfree labor. Our neighboring county of Scott, wonderfully new though it is, has reached the stage of having one of its post-offices discontinued. Spring was the name. W. A. Johnston, we see by the LccJes, has felt impelled to leave his ...

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 September 1885

JVwllSSSsiBSPfflRPlffl v - , " r r - "t? rn F? r ti'",!" OBANDaiOIfiSR'd TEAPOT MSB. CAXXXE W. BKOHSOH Upon the shelf It stands, Mobs treasured bits of China, delf and stone; For company so rare It has no thought nor can, . Ht stands there, prim and stately, all alone. There's a turn about the spout Betokens pride no doubt, And a pitying sense of ecorn for all things new. On either side there grow 6trcnge trees, a town or so, And a little pair of lovers, all In blue. Now. as I closer 6can The little maid and man, Through the cold and cruel glazing I can see a something In their eyes Of sadness and turprise. Which, despite their earthei bosoms, saddens ma. They remember, long ago, A cloth like drllted snow, Upon a tab e small laid daintily; And smiles and tender words, And bunds like wee white birds, That poured that first enchanted cup of tea. There was a sugar-bowl, Awl cream jog new and whole, Wherein stood otber lovers brave and small, But ab! the pair which sat Demurely down and...

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 September 1885

i r .f v ;' - -' ' -,-vt " " - V tf 1 jJiS I ftF - & "-A.I2,XjSr STTESCBIPTION S2.00. stock: &jLtti&TJsrc3r a?ia:E basis oif otti& iisriDTJSTiEairES- SI3STC3-IiE COIT 5 CZEIETTS ."" Sa J sTRSBBt s" 'Q jHn'saiiBSr .acBBBav BBSBm I rV BeBBi BaSSM I bBBBm H af BBmr - .fti3fjBJBWT--y!3Ui LJawjSBJaBkBSa, tB KBavS BfiBBBa YBBav F -BBBbI BBSBBal arBBBBBl I a BBBbI B BBBBBl af r t t, r t t Yv &? k '-r .". Y&J it SEYISTTH TEAK. NEWS SUMMARY DOME3HO, The statistical agent of Dakota reports un favorable returns from wheat threshing, and estimates the crop of the territory within 20,000,000 bushels. Secretary Bayard hasreceivedacablegram saying that cholera has broken out at 3To gasfci, Japan. The death rate is reported to br large. Thepoit has been declared in fected. The acting comptroller of the currency has authorized the first national bank of Belleville, Kansas, and that of Anthony, Kansas, to begin bu.-inees, each with a cap ital of $50,000. The treasury departmen...

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 September 1885

SSSBSP C " .kct . S t4Jiiw3,vv ;sp ,iJj . - ,i?! &&mmimmjm j" h- Cfrrt WESTERN KAS.' WORLD. W. S. TILTON, - - - Editor. Saturday, Septejiber , 1885. For District Jifte, li. (:K. PRATT, ' OP NOBTON COUNT!. When it comes to getting'down to business, friend Fuller, of the Ellis Headlight, pops up often. Hear him now : "We wonder why the fellows that are trying to belittle L. K. Pratt, by saying he is a beardless boy, can't comprehend that it is brains, and not beard, that make a good Jgdge." We are in receipt, from friend Adrich, of Cawker City, of a circular, in which the presence of all Pennsylvania soldiers at Pennsylvania headquarters at the re-union in Topeka is urged. The object is to secure a more thorough or ganization of the Pennsylvania soldiers who are residents of Kansas. Being satisfied that the informa tion now at the command of their cor respondents would not, if reported, war rant any material change in the estimates published in the report of the Iward for the ...

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 September 1885

SsiSSssis .j 3 x- ?v .. vv:j ZSlL'iVr" -!SESBV.M m? .'-uav lv t ,1 . .' .. . ir . - j. - . ,- vtAA. - f y - iv "i-tTp"' i - ""''t- - c jV - -r w , - t. ----i - r j - --cjw-t- v- '- - itt j j -wzzr f ' . ' -a. i - r t - Jt .,. r- -.,-, j : - -- : - 1 -i r- - - - t --- ' - - - i - - - IS. J3fr $ V SJ.-0 - yf - BL In Bl IS A N 5 RIGHT IN THE RING WITH Full Line of Govern ment Land Blanks 1 Special to Land Attorneys Through out the Western Kansas Land District ! We have printed, and have in stock to sell, the following Govern ment Land Office Blanks at the prices annexed: EACH. Homestead Notices $ .02 Homestead Affidavits f 03 Homestead Applications 02 Homestead Application Affi davits 02 Same Affidavits for use before District Clerks 02 Timber Culture Notices 02 Timber Culture Affidavits 02 Timber Culture Applications. .02 T. C. Application Affidavits. . .02 June, 1880, Final Proofs. . . . -.03 Contest Testimony Blanks. . . .06 Notices to Post Up on Land. . .01 Applications to Purchase...

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 September 1885

SnV'f Cr$ .VjA-f f -JS1 - ' .6, V .gyTfr&cfr &&&& Hi r-,.w - V 25SSB3E m nil r'l in i ' i Tiwm SB FARM AND FAMILY. Tealee ef Imtereat for the Some Circle, the Item, te Orchard sad Paatare. AGED 122 YEABS. Mrs. Jennie White, a colored woman died in this city, aged 122 yean, writes a St. Joseph, (Mo.) correspondent. She was born in the eastern part of Georgia, and when 20 years of age was taken to Tennessee, where for ninety-six years she lived with a father and son by the nameofYocum. She has lived in St Joseph about ten years. She was a cook for Cap t. Waterfall, of George Washing ton's staff, daring the war of the. Bevo lution. She remembers the death of Washington well, and used to tell a num ber of interesting stories about early times. She died in full possession of all her mental faculties, but was a cripple, helpless as a child, her bones in later years not being strong enough to support her. WEAE AND TEAK OP GOLD. The annual loss of gold by attrition, ship...

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 September 1885

tovs , r 'V rK.-?" J. '""' " "l?t. rfAVV 11 X " ' c fe-T-rH ?jT:;?Ip54!ri' -" -tt- t; -i! ijj'rTer v5-- - vrr, w " -"w.--"- f- --w -srF-sw-ji1-'-f'-v.1 - ' 'I! . " . "S - lAJ l?Vff-i &n L It 1 & I tei iv tfV fc' h' lv La K i V j w. F& tir FAV B?. t , .it - KAKBAS XZWB. Minneapolis hue a charcoal factory. Osborne city haa a school population of 360. Minneapolis wants more tenement hOOMB. There are 100 school districts in Neme ha county. Norton county holds her first annual fair this year. There are 569 children of a school age in Dodge City. A chess and whist club has been organ iced at Newton. , There are about thirty druggists in Labette county. William Bayne, aged 89 years, died near Emporia recently. A new temperance society has been organized at Fort Scott. Erie, Neosho oounty.is desirous of hav ing a good flouring mill. The Jackson county normal institute has an enrollment of 138. Chas. Silzie, of McPhersonjwas acci dentally killed last week. Garnett's new opera hou...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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