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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 7 September 1889

cv .era 3TM; -ce--r 0S s-- t V h S5J "r A "jSv S "VA A -TV P fi& s. "C- iniKTri MAJtTTlX BT ETA KATHABETE CLAPP. Lured by the rays of the great electric light upon the statue of "liberty," on Bedloe's Isl and, hundreds of sea birds nightly dash them selves against the vare net-work around the heavy glass lantern and are f onnd dead at the feet of ths Goddess when morning dawns. Newspaper paragraph. Alone, on the desolate shore she stands! Serene, as the years drift by, While drawn, As by dawn. To her outstretched hands Her -wild, winged worshipers fly. The forms born to burrow, or climb, or creep. Are safo on the earth, where they cling. But taey vho dare, Are of space and air, And e tar ward must soar and sing. Thev are thrilled and filled with a fervor caught From the Infinite wind-swept main, In their steadfast flight. Toward tho blinding light, And their w elcome is death and pain, Oh ! wings, wings, wings. Striving tnrougn oar ana rain, Merely to droop in death at the end, ...

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. — 14 September 1889

It K Ik ly V ss a? sSr "STear-ly Subscription $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. UP AND DOWX, BT FBAXCIS 3. SMITH. fae're Tip to-day on fortune's hill And free frorn every Borrow, Bnt in the wheel of good and ill All may be changed to-morrow. We're up and down us timo flies on Now ease, now hardest labor No millionaire can 6afely frown Upon his lowly neighbor. Riches take wings the man of wealth May meet with sudden losses. While he wh03e only store is health Slay ride behind his horses. Then do not slight the toiling poor, For labor ne'er disgraces. And though your fortune seems secure Some day j on may change places. God help us all we're poor at best Dependent on each other Though crowned with ease or sore distressed Weak man is still man's brother. Then when on fortune's top we stand, No ill our state attending, Let us extend, a helping hand To those about descending. New York Weekly. THE TWO ETHELS, OR A Husband's Mistake. BX JEFITE FOKBUSH-HAXAFORD. "And this is the end, the bitter end of a...

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 September 1889

fmpTWm sosr i "iPS&-S .3F if -fyii.- 5 .-V, - J pw - 'tt'.. m j& - 9S ifr f IS 1 14- WriML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEGO COUKTY. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Sept. 14, 1889. The Leader claims that a 2,000 brick church is to be built at Sharon Springs Bt once. - Thb public school at Dighton opened on Monday of last reek, with seventy- four pnpils and three teachers. Dubing the month of August, it is Herald-ed, one wheat buyer paid out over $5,000 in Lane county for wheat An exhibition of agricultural products will accompany the old soldiers' reunion at Ness City, on October 9 and 10. Thk Revcttfe sounds tbe warning that there are several gambling dives at Hill (Htjr, which are doing a good business. It advocates their extermination. "Common every day drunks" at Digh ton are what the Herald is grumbling nbout, That paper locates the trouble with the neglect of duty by the officers. Caxninq factobies are pronounced profitable in eastern Kansas. There is hardly a county seat in the...

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 September 1889

?ippf5!pw T t; ! - - , -5 -V- Hi. &&& SCHWATKA Itf MEXICO. A3IOXG THE CAVE-DWEIXEKS OF THE SIERRA MADKES. JTboir Primitive- Hahiti of Life Regions of PitcH and Pine to Purnlsh Chewing Gum for the "Whole Hainan Race-Wild and Picturesque Mountain Scenery Sur passing: the Grand Canyon of Colorado. Y last article left I me at Camp Becer- ftra. or the second camp in the Sierra vji adres, "writes Lieutenant Schwat ka. in the Chicago Inter Ocean. There Is a widely dispersed variety of the pitch pine in these mountains, which may be said to be candles or lanterns of the na tives of the coun try. The night scenes in the pitch pine States of the bouth have long formed themes in prose and poetry, but those States are in the flat land coasts of our country, with no scenery to give any of the strange, weird effects of a broken land. At one camp I made upon a high potrcro (a little flat place in the moun tain, where the grass was good for the mules, but whore the water was far down a ...

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 September 1889

f3-Z V - 'vtrsep' y?3?uwi $x&& s-v ?V- v i. 'fL ' -J- ' s-tr' - - " STER OF DEEDS. ftettm tosjs Satotd. FOR G.I.VERBECK w: H.DANW, P OFFICIAL PAPES OF TREGO COUKTY. h3 United StatM Land Attornij. V. 5. 71LT0N, Editor. Satukdat, Sept. 14, 1889. ''--iisi V l I9&- SH- : CANDIDATES. for coumt treasurer. I am a candidate for county treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of tho Republican county convention or primary election. E. G. Kesl2b, Collyer Township. ron county treasurer. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention or Primary Election. James Keixt, Wa-Keeney Township. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. ' I hereby announce myself as a candidate for tho Republican nomination for County Treasurer of Trego county. Wa-Keeney Townhlp. E. D. Whetxeb. TOR COUNTY TREASURER. I am a candidate for County TrecFurer of Trego county, on the ba-ls of being nominated by the Re publicans at thei...

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 September 1889

WW3agF335 &w- i "W. jil' &r- Kr'n3 .!. . . 1. - vZZ - k T r ES5 Et-2 ,5 tr NOW IS THE TIME. The Tery serious loss of our residence d'-mancs that we call upon our patrons for Trfiai is due upon subscription or oth er account. Several of them have volun tarily paid us to-day, saying that they knev we would need it. We know how hard the times are; but it will be accept ed as true that a dollar, or even five or ten dollars, can be raised more easily by any odd of you than we can endure the less of a thousand dollars at one crash. If; is noiv or as nearly now as possible that we need your help! The haying season is here. Commissioner Kesslor wa3 in town en Thursday. S. Ii. Kay, of Sharon Springe, was in town on Monday. David Morgan, of Gove county, was in town Tuesday night. Tho schools of this district will be opened on Monday nest. This office has seldom seen a busier week than the present one. S. it Cowick, Esq., was absent on "Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Mary Eilpatrick arri...

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 September 1889

E., ' ' fa? I ?' &, TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. The Snowden Mountain, the loftiest In Wales, has been sold for JE5,750. Boston proposes to invest $250,000 in a patent airship, In other words, she proposes to cast that sum to the winds. A company is being formed, with a capital of $8,000,000, for the purpose ol holding a world's exhibition in Bue nos Ayres. There are but 20,000 houses in New York City each of which is occupied by one family, while Philadelphia has 31,000 in the same category. Statistical returns in England show that there are about 1,000,000 more women than men in the country, and that these are nearly all widows. The Empress of Bussia carries s large fan when hhe takes a walk, in order to be able to screen her face fionl public view when she likes. The average monthly temperature of San Francisco for the last fifteen years has been 53 degrees. The highest for any month was 59 degrees and the low est 50 degrees. The society whic...

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 September 1889

5sp?pj X Tt. ' i$- ?s& WTW1 iV 1 i'M M i s I n Hr fe it: . Jrs. i KANSAS STATE NEWS. Johnson county is to have a bee keepers1 convention at Olathe on Sep tember 19. The Abilene Eeflector has entered its 7th year, and "has nothing but success to chronicle." "Wetmore Spectator: The Grenada school board are putting in a fine book case to contain the school library which the district "will now own. Salina Evening News: Extensive preparations are in progress among the enterprising citizens of Gypsum City for the celebration of a grand harvest home picnic, to be held in that city on the 4th day of October. MulvaneEecord: The price of oats is seemingly very low in Mulvane, but we heard a farmer in Wellington telling about selling part of his oats at 5 cents per bushel. That is lower than anything we have heard of here. Effingham Times: A family reunion was held at the residence of B. Cohoon, better known as "Uncle Barney and Aunt Lucy's." There were eighty per sons present, most of who...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 14 September 1889

VJ rt k& r 7v Vfttvu att jKtodhmjg r4IFE IN DEATH. BT DOB A BEAD GOODAUC By borders deep in mint and clover I miked the graveyard's lonely square, Whose grassy mounds, all blossomed over, Lie basking in the sunny air; Through all the hazy August weather Their silent t nauts sleep beneath, Where youth and age in dost together Are equal heirs of Death. Tain record now of love and pleasure, Of mirth and beauty, Lorn to die; The sunken stones, in mourning measure, Bespeak a sorrow long run dry, Like dusty letters, quaint of fashion, Some old forgotten chest displays, Whoe yellowing leaves yield up their passion In many a courtly phrase. The maid wth every grace upon her Has slipped the arms that held her fast, To shaie alike with shame and honor The sweet oblivion of the past. Not one of all the loved and loving Who watched about her shining head Returns at nightfall, darkly moving To dream above the dead ! Yet warmth and faith and jouth's emotion Our dusty paths with fragrance fill...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 September 1889

. Yi" fef s jt' 3 "'r 4waw , 'V-tagr-vf-icza . - !S' w4jp ' A I tfZtt'M.; i T i . J v. "Nearly Siitosoriptioxi S.OO STOOK FARMING THE BASIS OF OTTK. nSTDXTSTREES. Oowiolc & Metz, Eds. & Fu.los. ELEVENTH YEAR. W A-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1889, NUMBER 32. wiici:i'TioN. The year fades, as the -west -wind slgba And droops in many colored ways, But your boft presence never dies From out the pathway of iny days. The Spring is -where you are ; hut still You, far away, to mo can bring Swoet llowerg find dreams enough to fill A thousand empty worlds with Spring. I walked tho wet and leafless woods, You spirit eer floats before. And lights its russet solitudes With blossoms Summer never wore. 1 sit beEido my lonely fire. The shadows almost bring your face, And light with memory and desire My dull and sombre dw elling-placo. Among my books I foci your hand That turns the pago just past my sight ; Sometimes behind my cnair you eiauu And read the foolish rhymes I write. T...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 September 1889

&mml!fflJFggGSBi8&ttEmSE!& r3?g aaqHR -- 7 . -1 -- '.- gggSg3 - riv - ', w :a? fcW LV rk tT-Az? F. Itofera SHtran 91MUL OFFICIAL PIPER 0? liiESO COIIITY. COWICK & METZ, Editoia and Pub tzhers. Saturday, Sept. 28. 1SS9. CANDIDATE3S. tor couvnr treasurer. I am a candidate for county treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of iho Republican county convention or primary election. B. O. Kzsilxe, Collyer Township. TOR COUNTY TREASURER. I hereby announce myself a a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention or Primary Election. James Kzllt, Wa-Keeney Township. TOR COUNTY TREASURER. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Republican nomination for County Treasurer of Trego county. E. J, Whxeleb. Wtt-Keeney Township. FOR COUKTY TREASURER. I am a candidate for County Treasurer of Trgo county, on the basis of being nominated by the Re publicans at their count convention or primary election. FOR ...

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 September 1889

IF- SL" l. si ,jrSr- '- w& r p3 ' P A POSTOFFICE BOSS. HE follow ing sketch is from the I pen of Opie Pope Bead, the inimit able hnmor- ist of the Ar k ansaw Traveler: The Post master at Oak Flat was sitting on a stnmp in front of his door s tranger came np and asked if that vr ere the postoffice. "Yep," the Postmaster answered, placing his chin on his hand and squirt ing a yellow stream at a lizard. "I am expecting a letter and " "What's yo' name ?" "James Hen wood." "Any kin to old Zeb Henwood that fives down beyant the forks?" "No." "Same name." "Yes, bnt that makes no difference." "It mout not to you, but it does to toe." "How so?" ""Wal, ef you air any kin to old Zeb you kain't git no letters outen this office." "I tell you that I am no kin to him, but even if I were, that should make no difference." "But it do all the same. He pizened my pup last fall, an' that settles it with him." "I don't care anything about that. I want to know if there's a letter here for me ?" "Yas, ...

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 September 1889

?-1w'i-K;.'-Ti,f 'r-rT -" - " "s-e'V. T:- fc-X--", M ,j- Ift h n W tern San StflroML OFFICIAL PAPEE OF TKE60 COURT. CO WICK A JffrZ, frffors anrf Publichera. Satubday, Sept. 28,' 1889. Miss Lillie with her parents. Smith spent Sabbath The doctors report but little sickness in the community. C.C. Tetter ,of Ogallah was a welcome visitor last Thursday. John Harrison, of Ogallah township, was a caller this week. Dr. A. B. Jones returned from Hutch inson Friday of last week. Dr. Gibson, of Hays City, was in town on business Saturday. Hon. James H. Reeder, of Hays City, attended district court this waek. Geo.JJ3hepard was granted a divorce from Viola C. Shepard last Monday. We have a communication from Mrs. M. A.Kyle which is crowded out this week. Col. A. T. Morgan, of Minneapolis, Ks., is in attendance at this term of court. C. H. Benson, Ogallah's live mer chant, was attending the reunion Thurs day. H. G. Laing an attorney from Russell was looking after some foreclosures this week, Mr...

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. — 28 September 1889

m?m$ s-' T'?a'5r f fa-5igt'. sVv.-5WB5T 4 Sc?,o:'.rXirlvfF?TST ;, "C "v W5v '4 li!. r IT. W. V. A. BEUNION. The Northwestern Veterans Associ ation Hold its Fourth annual Eeunion at Wa-Keeney Sept. 25, 26 and 27. A Grand, Glorious, Good Time had by the Old Soldiers. The N. W. V. A. reunion, which closed yesterday was a grand success in every particular. Those in charge were untir ing in their efforts to make this reunion one of great pleasure to the old veterans of northwest Kansas and that they fully succeeded is evidenced by the praises be stowed by those who were entertained. The only regret is that more of the veter ans from other counties represented in the association did not attend. This is ac counted for from the fact that there have been several reunions already this season in this immediate vicinity and, besides, a great many wished to attend the etete re union at Ellsworth next week and did not feel as though they could afford to spend the time and money required to visit ...

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. — 28 September 1889

IP?!iiPP?u-yuw -;- .'-- - - . - r &?frt7&j . " -t- .. --- ?i; h ; MT "' V TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of esting Items. Inter- : Heroic-sized monumental statues of Grant, Sheridan and Farragut are to he put up in Boston. Mr. Samuel Joxes, the "revivalist," was recently offered $G,000 a year and a fine church to preach in at Minne apolis. He replied: "Do you take me for a fool? I'm getting $25,000 a year iww?n ; A peasant Chinaman, near Ningpo, ftfhose son had gone to the bad beyond redemption, put the youth to death by pouring spirits of wine down his-throat, and then dug a hole in the ground and buried him. The Adrian (Mich.) Times says that Phoebe Maria Fillmore, a sister of ex President Millard Fillmore, is buried an a lonely, out of the way spot in that city. She died at Adrian, July 2, 1843, aged 23 years and 7 months. Jefferson Davis' book, "The Tfise and Fall of the Southern Confederacy,1' is not proving a blooming success. JThe publishers, with whom Mr. Da...

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. — 28 September 1889

'X"-'5 - "" J - v' .f''''2'' T-"t'4'?&f" -v i, ? ? "s i jKJf?!5- s r ' n Hf-- w ?- v-4 fc P i?" ti h KANSAS STATE NEWS. Lindsborg Kbwb: A car load of til ing has arrived for the college, which will be used in the sewer now under construction. Havensville .Register: A move iB be ing made to hold the Jackson and Pot tawatomie counties band tournament at Havensville this fall. Frank Hins, a former Topeka typo, and of late foreman of the Nortonville News, has assumed ownership and ed itorial control of that paper. The Belleville Democrat gives par ticulars of the proposed water works already contracted for by the city. The cost is not to exceed $35,000. Santa Fe Monitor: Wm. F. Jobe, of Loco township, received $1,147.43 back pension from Uncle Sam. Mr. Jobe is one of Haskell county's best farmers. La Crosse Democrat: Both grain elevators are now being run to their full capacity, without being able to handle the wheat as fast as it is offered. Nortonville News: The boiler at the cann...

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. — 28 September 1889

--- - 'T-JS i&?e 's.- -ryt HHOIHHHBliBIHH W L,." "V-- w OKI TBAKJW HZATXK. XT XBEJJ E. BEXFORD. One year in Heaven. O, blneyed Uttle darling, One vear an angel by the throne of God ; A flower of earth transplanted to the garden, Where never yet a grave has marred the sod. O child, bo dear, -we often feel you near us, Here, as of old, beside each lovirg heart ; We call your name, and love to think you hear us; Here, yet In Heaven so near, yet far apart. Bo far apart? No, 'tis not far to Heaven. God's -world and ours touch In the graves green sod, And -what -we lose on earth in pain and sorrow We find in gladness in the -world of God. O, happy voice, that drove a-way all sorrow From those who loved yon in this lower land, How sweet the songs are that jou join in sing ing Too sweet, as yet, for us to understand. How sweet the thought In Heaven a fair, pure angel Is all our own, our own forevermore. Though we are poor in all of earth's possessions, In God's dear world what treasure ...

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 October 1889

Sjjr .& F i V ? f 1 -J &. I"S55?KSW tp&.?t ' r JTf Yearly- Subscription $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. THIS TAPI'ING OF TUE CLUBS. The famous rhythmic rattle of tho rain upon the roof, The celebrated tapping of tho bird -with devil's hoof, On tho Western poet's thatch, at the Eastern poet's latch, Weronothing, absolutely, and of this there's ample proof, To the rapping and the tapping, the plugging and the slugging Of the clubs ! Now the ovening chimes are pealing, see that blue-coat rufflau stealing, Vith his locust club -well braced, as an army there ho faced, On tho children nho are playing, As their fancy idly straying, Heedless of a danger near, and without a thought of fear ; Playing, actually playing, and of this there's no gainsajing, On the pavement that's in front of this great policeman's door, That, and nothing more t See the poor man with his childron, after dark, How he beaks for air and vainly tried to get into a park; See him blindly go, poor soul, and ask aid of t...

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 October 1889

SW ? V rS&r -i . . -vHterOijj- Sx &, "' r I?? itf f ip; J rtV, Wflrtcm pSaujsajs ttoM. 0FPICIAL PAPER OP TBEGO COUITY. CO WICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, October 5, 1889. KEPUBLICAW TICKET. Sheriff, THEO. COURTNEY. County Clerk, C. A. HOAR. Treasurer. W. G. MARSHALL. Better of Deeds, GEO. W. CROSS. Coroner, JOSHUA GROFT. Surveyor. C. J. FERRIS. Shebidan county fair at Hoxie Oct 11 and 12. The next harvest excursion and the last for this ye?r will be on Oct. 8th. The Logan county Republican is one of the neatest, newsiest papers that comes to our table. It seems to us that, politically, Ellis county has more factions than any coun ty in the state. It would be more in keeping with the eternal fitness of things to send the brute, Sullivan, to the penitentiary than to con gress. What would be the matter with the newspapers of western Kansas organizing a Trust? Some facetious Bill Nye of the press will probably say that there is too much trust already. "We woul...

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 October 1889

mjmmmmj&iBjm. ffKgSi resy- v n?Tfi? 'sssarvr..'1 '' -S2F . -v" f t I'4 L Ilr I V :r SCHWATKA IN MEXICO. JSXFXOBING THE RICHEST MINING DISTRICT IX AMKKICA. Masses or Almost Solid Silver Taken Out of Them "What American Capital and American Energy Are Doing; Toward Their Development. N the great broken barrancas leading out to tb.3 westward from the heart of the central Sierra Madres I found my self in the richest l mineral district of America, and prob ably tne richest in fthe whole world, writes Lieutenant Frederick Schwat- ka in the Chicago Inter Ocean. Tak ing either Batop ilas or Urique as a center, and with a radius of 180 to 200 miles or a diameter of 400 miles on them as a center, and there is no doubt but that the resulting circle will include the richest mining district of America, and probably the world, both In a present and prospect ive sense. Mr. H. H. Porter, the prospecting engi neer of the Batopilas Mining Company, told me. and showed mo the various specimens to v...

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