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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 October 1889

p-wW -? 'fM3StFT r - s ? - z ' ? , - s&fr- ' ., ., . - .. yyVj L life of I plo CHASED BY GUERRILLAS. A Story of the "War. BY A. H. GIBSON. IEUT. ARTHTJB Hartwell of the TJn- ra army had re- rceived a wound in an engagement Jfought b v two 'skirmishing parties that had surprised each other on the '"White Biver in Ar kansas. However, the Youngr omcer was now sufficiently convalescent .to mount his jet-black war horse and ride about the camp for exeicise. He hoped goon to get himself into fighting trim again. He was a zealous, courageous young soldier, and he could not endure with patience his enforced inactivity. Hearing that excellent wild fruit abounded in the woods about one mile and a half from the Federal camp, Hartwell determined to ride over and enjov a delicious treat. "While riding leisurely along through a large canebrake, midway between the camp and the woods to which he was oound, he was surprised and cap tured by a band of rongh guerrillas who had been reconnoitering ...

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. — 26 October 1889

vq, U w Yearly Silbsoription $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. MINISTER IIEAICS AIOUDEB CAIX. 'BeloveJ flock," tho parson said, then paused and wiped his oyes ; "As pastor and as people we mast sever tender ties; I've a call to go to Blanktown to be their chosen pastor ; A call so lond to disobey, I fear would grieve the Master." Beplied the spokesman of the flock : "Though loud tho call may be, Well call you louder to remain ; an X for ev ery V Those Blanktown people offer you, we'll give to keep you here ; Wo trust you'll hear a voico divine, our call's so loud and clear." With sobbing oico thoparson said: "My duty's clearer now; 111 tay with you, beloved ones; to Heaven's Mill bow, So lot us sing, 'Blest be tho Tie,' and sing it clear and strong. To lea's o j ou when j ou call so loud, would be exceeding wrong." Then in his study ho sat down a letter to indite Unto tho church at Blanktown. Thus did the parson write : "I've -Rrostlod o'er jour call with prajer; tho Lord bids me to stay. And co...

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. — 26 October 1889

ISpFSgPpp " 5ffv ,&-"- i 1 , h m ir :pf. S Wtettt pEtea WmUL OFHCIAL PAPER OF TBEBO COURT. QOWIQK & HETZ, Editor and Publishers. Saturday, October 86, 1889. BEPTJBUCAN TICKET, Sheriff, THEO, COURTNEY. County Clerk, C. A. HOAR. Treasurer. W. Q. MARSHALL, Register of GEO. W. OROi S, Coroner, JOSHUA GROFT, 8orreyor, C. J. FEK&IS. Commls'Ioner, 8rd District. CHAS. NEFF. Ogallah Township Caucus. The Republicans of Ogallah township will hold a caucus at the school house in Ogallah, Saturday, October 26, 1889, at 2 o'clock p. sr., to nominate township offic ers and transact such other business as may properly come up. By order of Central Committee. "Wa-Keeney Township Caucus. The Republicans of Wa-Keeney town ship will hold their township cancus at the court house in Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Saturday, Oct. 26, at 2 o'clock p. u., for the purpose of placing in nomination the following township officers: One trustee, one clerk, one treasurer, two constables, one justice of the peace...

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. — 26 October 1889

'W' TSJff5SS Zf-" . - ' ; fri- 9 h tf v L T Kfe, ..Ws. A CHICAGO CHARITY. PKOV1DENG rRESH ATK WAIFS. FOB. COT roor Children Given a Glimpse of Country tiro and a Breath of X'ure Air Prolong ing the Lives or Toung Babies A Com mendable Charity. CHICAGO CORRESyoDENCE. 0 the person who has , never been confined I within the crowded .districts of a great 'city, who has never , been compelled to breathe air that is lndon with foul smells, its vitality bnrned out by over powering he tt, its life-giving and life snstainingproperties consumed by its hav ing passed through fither lung?, there can come no just con ception of the trials of the poorer classes of urban-inhabitants. Cramped up in an eight-by-twelve room, surrounded by other families where want and squalor are constant visitors, whole families pass day after day, month after month and year after 3 ear, without a breath of God's pure air, a glimpse of God's blue sky, or a touch of God's green grass. Smoke, dirt, filth, misery these...

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. — 26 October 1889

p ?S V , " FTJ a '-p, ".& .- c?vr -- ,i. r Kv -, -rFg- SsCKsas V1 & jT ri I - AM? fi PL PI te re rv Wtoit $m SRtoltt OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITI. POVICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Satueday, October 26, 1889. WilleosTownsljip Caucus. The Eepublicans of Willcox township will hold a caucus at the Willow .school house Saturday, November 2, 1889, at 1 o'clock p. M , to nominate township ofnc ers and transact such other business as may properly come up, By order of Central Committee. W. B. CrPHEB, Chairman. Nick Bedding, with his children, goes Jo Denver this week. Dr. L. M. Gibson, of Hays City, was n town last Wednesday. W. S. Carpenter died at Alanthns of malarial fever Oct. 22, 1889. J. L. Morton is again behind the ticket window at this place. Our sportsmen are bagging an abun dance of ducks and chickens. Frank Halblieb, of Riverside town abir. was a caller "Wednesday. M. E. Doerschlag, of Franklin town ship, was in town last Tuesday. 'Squire A. C. Frick has had a...

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. — 26 October 1889

5535gipepFg$p5sws v- w ! ' f- Communicated. "Ya-K2eney, Kaxs., Oct 22, 1889. Eds. "Westebn Kansas Wobld: A "Tax payer" in the last issue of the Tribune quotes considerable law and asks a few questions in italics. We are not a lawyer and therefore will not attempt an answer from a legal standpoint. Besides, we are satisfied that such an attempt would be mere foolishness and a waste of time and space. Similar attacks have been made at, intervals, on Mr. Hoar for the past year and have been met and an swered so fully and completely that in every instance the positions assumed by the Tribune have been abandoned and the statements therein contained have never been repeated. As Republicans we can safely say that Mr. Hoar'G administra tion has been a success. That he has not tried to stand in with the Democracy is evident from their repeated attempts to injure him. The best evidence that the Republicans can have of Mr, Hoar's ad herence to duty is the opposition of the Democrats. "What wou...

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. — 26 October 1889

. ", - ,"- """"'' ""Sf Via. Rf- ft- 1. aSSC eu- n. :OPICS OF THE TIMES. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. It is said that it is American English that salntes the ear all over Paris. A max bearing the glittering name of Gold is a jeweler at Lackawan na, Pa. The Xew, England "Women's Press Association has almost a hundred members. The Emperor of China recently or dered prayers for rain. Rain came at once. Such coincidence should make his own reign popular. Dit. O. W. Holmes received a con gratulatory telegraphic message on his eightieth birthday, from an entire stranger, marked, "Collect, 90 cents." Mb. Ejliuin" expresses a desire to again meet Mr. Sullivan. As things look now his desire is likely to be grat ified, the trysting place being the Mis sissippi Penitentiary. Mr.. Fixlev, a farmer living in the vicinity of Marshall, Mo., fired at a crow that was stealing eggs from his barn. He killed the bird, but the burning wad from his gun set the barn on fire, completely destroyin...

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. — 26 October 1889

W' l-3kx.ALr5.-,?pBPHCr AAVT- J i KANSAS STATE NEWS. The Scranton Times is removing to 1 Burlingame. Belleville Press: Cuba is to have a new printing office with McDonald & Miller as proprietors. Argentine Republic: Argentine has the largest smelter in the world and the finest railroad yard in the United States. Horton Commercial : The steam heat er for the central school building has ar Tived and workmen are now engaged in putting it in place. Junction City Union: The school board has recently invested $145 in three anatomical charts for the city schools. The money was taken from the library funds. Washington Register: C. E. "Wil liamson, the founder ot the Hollenberg Record, after a lay-off of a few months, has again assumed ownership and ed itorial management of that paper. Pittsburg Smelter: There were ouiit in .Fittsburg during tne vear 1888, 251 new houses, thus far in 1889, about 300 more. "Who can estimate the number that will follow in 1890? B. Harding of "Wathena, who ...

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. — 26 October 1889

jsasssBBS8 SS5T?SS J53RW .sTfii? ?- VOKSXis'&SS ' dr " TsSfS" 3 e K A maiden sweet and fair, Ah, met With -wealth of golden hair. Ah, me! A" eyes bo shining blight, like stars at darkest night, Ah, me! One so divinely 'air Should know no want nor can; X see in her dear eyes An angel in disguise. Ah, me I But she jilted me, Oh, me I She jilted me, Ah, me! What foolish words I said, Ah, me I Her hair, I knew, was red; Ah, me! And eyes eo dull and cold. So wrinkled, laded, old; Ah, mo! Her lot should be to rub And wash and sweep and scrub; 1 see, unth my own eyes, A devil in disguise. Ah, me! For she's jilted me, You see ; She's jilted me. Ah, me! American Commercial Traveller. HOW T1IEKN0T WAS TIED BY AD H. GIBSON. LD Hiram Jordan, a prim itive sample of the rough, outspoken frontiersman, was a Justice of the Peace on the Kaw Biver, in Kan sas, in the days prior to the sanguinary struggle that marks such a heart-touching epoch in the history of our country. tSTauently called upon ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 November 1889

'I.-' r i-uSL t, w le. r !: 1 IV 3 M f3f ''nBSHBWaBS&iMNBtiL life "SToarly Sutosoription. $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. ffllO'tL LOVE ME WHEN MY HAIB IS GRAY? Ob, let me smooth this silken shred, And listen what my heart mast Bay, lis only one, this silver thread 01 brown curls hurrying to grow gray, Alas! with ejes of wistful ruth, I must recall somo coming day. The grace and glory of my outh, Who'll love mew hen my hair is gray I Who'll lovo mo when my hair is gray? "Who'll call me "Sncot" when I am old? Will sunny children round me play. With cherub cheek and curls of gold? Oh, may I then renew my spring, In maiden grace, in manly form, Whilo to my cold lips come and cling Sweet childish kisses wild and warm? May know, tho chilo my pulse grows less, In bounteous life 'tis bounding on In jounger veins to lovo and bless, And muke life fair when I am gone? Or, left tho remnant of my race, Shall 1 behold my sinking sun, And gazing toward" the unknown lands, fhank God my day is almost done...

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. — 2 November 1889

SWiMkF1? t-S&XPT' ?c r'i V t iV M Pi sa; , ! Wtfhm mm WmkA. OFFICIAL FAPE3 OF TBEGO COUITY. CO WICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, November 2, 1889. .REPUBLICAN TICKET. Sheriff, THEO. COURTNEY. County Clerk, 0. A. HOAR. Treasurer, W. G. MARSHALL. Eerfgter of Deeds, geo. w. cuosa Coroner, JOSHUA GE0FT. Surveyor, a J. FERRIS. Cotamlssioner. 3rd District, CHAS.NEFF. We compliment the Hill City -Reveille on its marked improvement. Disteict court in Logan county this week, Judge Osborn presiding. VOTEBS, look -aelltoyour tickets, see that thej are correct, make no mistakes. Oon exchanges last week were full of election matters. Hereafter -we will have a change. The Golden Belt, published at Grinnell, comes to our table this week. We ex change with pleasure. People of Tregc county don't worry. Even the people of Iowa and Missouri are sighing for water. Wells and springs are drying up. Kansas is all right. We have received a copy of the Page City Messenger, published by ...

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. — 2 November 1889

sPPSIpPH . step - - -- r'ff? V ft A ART SCHOOLS OF PARTS. LOKADO TAFT ON MODERN FBENCB SCULPTURE. Causes or Its Superiority Over That of Other Nations Art Schools In Paris for the Masses, and the Results on National Character. TO the average "personally con- gducted" tourist the most remarkable feature of French lart is its quantity. lite no zcstneno or mot, the American Zsojourner in Paris lis invariably aston ished at the num Jber of paintings . n d sculptures awnich that city contains and is jver producing. If fat all interested in sculpture, he will Ibecin at tne Louvre fand do homage to "tlin innnmnniAhln BEATEIX.Bri.EOSAED. Yenu. JU thfl glorious "Winded Victory." Then, after paying his respects to the cold majesty of other classic creatures, he will turn to Pu jet's writhing, striding, pouting god desses and heroes, and to Jean Goujon's nymphs of the graceful limbs, with all their numerous descendants. Tiring of the mu seum ho may wander through that fair citv, and everywhere...

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. — 2 November 1889

PSBSBS5??55 om 5- && fc1 :-jpirpsf z?-rc ;f so 3 , ; -Or 7 Siteim fcm$& SfaftiL OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBESO COUSTY. 00W I OK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, November 2, 1889. Election next Tuesday. Election and good Bepublican major ities Tuesday next, Miss Hattie BnJroughs has been in disposed for the past week. lire. B. G. Kessler, of Collyer, was in tLs city shopping Saturday. , G. W. Bile, of Collyer, was a visitor in the metropolis last Saturday. A. T. Greenwood will erect an Eclipse windmill for Eli McOolIum this week. "Win. H. Bell, of Denver, is visiting with AY. G. Marshall's family this week. Geo. Cress, Trego count '6 next reg gister of deeds, was in the city Saturday. S L. Kay, a real estate rustler of Sbaron Springs, was in the city "Wednes day. Hugh Elliott, of the Saline, delivered to Geo. Baker some fine butcher stock Wednesday. The Bepublicans will not rake chest nuts for the Denicrats this year to any great extent. G. W. Kessler, of Collyer, 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. — 2 November 1889

m&e&&F&gp&l&BBmg!l &' m& lt W) e St. t wr fi . . j. SCHOOL BEPOBTS. "Wa-Keeney, District 1. The follovring is the report of the schools in this district for the month end ing Oct. 11: Pupils neither absent nor tardy, room No.l. -Henry Schlyer, Charley Hille, Orinne Frank, Daisy Hoar, Mabel Brown, Carrol Kelly, Margaret Cosby, Howard Gibbs, Katie Schlyer. Mes. G. A. Wilson, Teacher. Karnes of pupils neither absent nor taray, room Xo. 2: Fred Olson, Hugh Marshall, Arthur Charvat, Lous Brown, Pearl Morse, Boy Marshall, Iiillie Barrett, Charlie Priestly, Louie Escher, Carrie Mumert, Nellie Smith, Bosie Schlj er, Tommie Barrett, Nora Caddick, Bert Dann. Viola Welch, Teacher. Pnpils neither absent nor tardy in room .o. 3. Bertie Gibbs, Bertha Marshall, Frank Schlyer, Bessie McFarland, Bobbie Holmes, Mollie S-mm, TatieTilton, Maud Morse, Aggie Hogan, Mary Charvat, Willie Dann, Bessie Dann, Eddie Eobb, Bertha Holmes, BalphSaum, Stella Liv.rence, Bay Gleason, ...

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 November 1889

HHPRS7?SofiiS'S?iil ,?-PIBRrWIHHilHHH Ifek i-V TOPICS OP THE TIMES. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. A ccw that always gives two calves At a birth is owned by Zeba Wog, of Pennett, Pa. Fbesh air, with physical exercise, is the elixir that lays the Brown-Seijuard remedy on the shelf. "Under the laws of China the adult who loses his temper in a discussion is sent to jail for five days to cool off. John Templetox, of Adams County, Pennsylvania, 76 years of "age, has a jack-knife that he has carried since he was 16 years old. A Kebaaska justice has discharged & man accused of stealing an umbrella on a rainy day, on the ground that he acted in self-defense. Prince George of "Wales is the only member of the English royal family -n ho speaks the language of his country with a foreign accent. As3Iuggler was caught atPhiladel phia who had $7,000 worth of diamonds and other jewelry tucked away in an old coat. The lot was confiscated. The simplest way to fumigate a room is to heat a...

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. — 2 November 1889

?2T" jsnws V -" '.'. TI--J, JF. K- tf'i. -ja T & ICV KANSAS' STATE NEWS. Belleville Press: Several strangers have been in the city the past week in terviewing our real estate men. Agricultural College Industrialist: Nearly two hundred volumes in new binding were received on Thursday from the state printer's office. Belleville Press: "Noble lu Prentis Camp,' Sons of veterans, completed its organization last Saturday night, with a membership of twenty-two. Beports of good rains come from all over Kansas, more noticeably from cen tral and western Kansas, extending all over the state west of the 100th merid ian. Horton Headlight: William Kirk- - patrick, about three miles south of town .lost his five year old boy. He was kicked in the neck and lived about an hour. LaCrosse Chieftain: Up to date the steam thresher of John Lechleiter hag threshed 37,500 bushels, or an average of one thousand bushels per day dur ing the season. Troy Chief: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brenner, of Doniphan, will ...

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. — 2 November 1889

iMPB xmm j$?$ . ' pzti AJV THE LOTO AGO. BT Hmgl'XK V. rOWATXa, When the rosy day Is dying. And the night comeg on apace, And the evening winds are sighing With a -wild, enchanting grace, Oft before my memory's vision Pass the forms I U6ed to know Faces dear and voices tender Of the long Ago. Paces that the violets cover On a far and lonely tomb, lips unldsBed by friend or lover Smile and speak from out the gloom. But too soon the dream has faded, "Like sweet mu6ic in its flow; They aro gone the loved the cherished Of the Long Ago. Bock Elm, Wis. MY FIRST TIGER. A Thrilling Adventure In Cochin China. T the entrance to ' the river of Saigon, Lthe French capital 3i Cochin China, fand forty miles from the city, there lis a lonely telegraph station, where the English cable from Hong Kong and Singapore, and the French cable to jdsTonquin, touch E2J2-:xPliDc ground. As I am much interested in telegraphy, and I had a circular letter of introduction from Sir James Anderson, the man aging di...

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 November 1889

Yearly Siitosoription $S.OO ELEYENTHHYEAR. tOVE iAKKS A CHAKGG. BT 3IILES COrtET. I am Bick of the -world," he said; I nm sick of the w orld and of lifo ; Of the double-faced hypocrisy. And the strum of the godless strife. I am sick of the fools that succeed ; I am sick of the sages that fail ; Of the pitiless laughter of wealth, And of poverty's pitiful -waiL I am sick of tho doils that leer At innocence passing by; I n ill bar my door to the world, I -will lay mo down and die." Bat there came a change as ho spoke, And the mists were burned away; And the midnight darkness of his despair Was turned to jocuud day. And the sun burst forth once more. Till his filoriiM filled the skies. And tho magical power that wrought the change Was one look in a woman's eyes. Boston Transcript. HIS FIRST LOVE; OR The Mysterious Portrait. If all the visitors who -were present on the opening night of the great art exhibition had been as constant in their after-attendance as was Mr. Horace Temple, the ...

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 November 1889

'frr -s5gr --r ?S" r i& . -"? 'U . A Iftatettt tSftttga SftwM. 0?nCIAL.?APEB Or TREGO CODHTY. 'COWICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, November 9, 1889. Thebe is no longer any question about Collyer township beinc Eepnblican. The question on Tuesday was not, "How is Ohio or Virginia?" but "How is Adair precinct?" Hon. Lew JEL&-BACK,ex-memberof con gress from this district, has united with theM-E. church. Beig an off jear, there has been con siderable scratching by Republican vot ers. It is always the way. Elms county elected the entire Eepnb lican county ticket. We extend congrat ulations to our neighbor. The Australian bal ot law has been t'i d in Massachusetts this fall. We await the result of the experiment with considerable interest. This is an off jear in politics and Re publicans will not be disheartened if they fail in some instances to realize their ex pectations. Judge Dosteb, of Marion, has made a decision that in foreclosing a mortgage the mortgagee c...

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 November 1889

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm jagagaeMfliaaagsagaaasag v- E"S5 rcT - i r E &V i-'i .. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO THX KB AND HOUSEWIFE. Valuable Information for the Flow Stockman, Poulterer, Nursery man, and ETorybodjr Connected with the JTi THE FABU, Painting IJrick Houses. Farmers -who build with brick learn after a time that to keep the honse well fpinted not only makes it look better, ut adds to its durability. It is fully as necessary as the painting of wood. Brick is very porous, and in our alter nating winter weather, rainy one day and freezing the next, the brick nils with water, and scales off as fast as frost expands it. The painted house is also much warmer, the paint excluding air from the surface. Paint on a wooden house saves much of its cost in the les sened expense for fuel to keep it warm. Pasturing Bye. The amount of pasture on a field of rye is greatly overestimated. Cut just before it shoots up into stalk there may be two tons of herbage; but if pastured a lar...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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