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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 November 1889

"VS? ' "van .3 i r ' M Wtftaro $mw 3to!l OFFICIAL PAPER OF TEEQO COUBTY. COVSICK & METZ, Editors and Pub ishers. Saturday, November 9, 1889. All kinds of weather this week. The returns from Iowa fall with a "dull thud." W. F. Cross, of Glencoe, was in the city Wednesday. Wm. Hoobler, of Willcox, wao a caller the first of the week. J. A. Sharpe spent Sabbath with his family in Wa-Keeney. J. W. Hopkins, of Gove county, is a clerk in the U. S. land office. We understaud that O. C. Bestor will engage In bnsiness in Wa-Keeney. Dr. 31. H. Farmer has removed his stock of drncrs to Kansas City, Mo. Geo. Baker returned from his Kan sas City trip last Tuesday morning. Thanksgiving comes next. We all have a great deal to be thankful for. H. J. Hille was in Kansas City this week with several car loads of stock. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Willcox, of Willcox, were in Wa-Keeney last Monday. E. L. Ferris will assist Dr. Farmer in opening up his drug store in Kansas City. The citizens of Ogallah are pu...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 November 1889

WWvlPwP MJ jry-?,- f- "iVi,'6J"". 3 U.N The Election. The result of the state and county elec tions which took place in a number of states Tuesday, do not necessarily signi fy anything as to the outcome of the con test in 1892. Still they may not be with out their instruction to the public. The result shows that people are be coming more and more competent and willing to discriminate. They are ready to discard one part of a ticket and to save the other part if they see fit to do so. Thte shows the necessity that rests upon theirepublican party of putting only good and popular men on the ticket. Demo crats may stick to their ticket "through evil as well as good report." But repub licans will not do so. They are more independent. Take the case in Ohio. There is no question abont the state being republi can by from 10,000 to 30.000. But Fora ker was a candidate. There is no doubt about his gallantry, or his republicanism but he seems to be deficient in popularity and he waB the represe...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 November 1889

SnMr3'S'S - ' -ST- $1 4. TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Eobebt Lincoln has known to refer to any father's career. never been event in Ms Tbayelebs report that more English is spoken on the European continent this year than ever before. Oltvee "Wendell Holmes recently remarked that death bears as pleasing a face to an old man as sleep to one "who is tired. John Ii. Sullivan, if elected to Congress, will find ont that he is not the only member of that body who can injure in a ring. Thirty thousand ont of the forty thousand people in Jerusalem are Hebrews, and the Israelites bid fair to again become the predominant people in Palestine. "No man," said Prince Krapotkin the flther day, in a lecture, "can hardly be happy who lives without an object, or whose object is some worn-out relic from a former age, which can never be revivified. " House boats are becoming so com mon in England that there is talk about taxing them. There are nearly twelve thousand ple...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 November 1889

hMmmwA i- - ? Lvv It- if ,? & KANSAS STATE NEWS. -Leoti Standard: A new thousand found bell has arrived for our new school house. Holton Signal: About fifteen families fm this locality will Boon leave for vFxlahoma to make homes. Junction City Republican: -Duck uuwiing ib getting iaj uo iuiiu pasume among me uuyo. jluh river ouu creeas are mil 01 canvas DacKS. Jetmore Sittings : The Reveille made its Appearance last week under a new management, the name of P. N. Bern -ard appearing as editor and manager. The Sugar Company at Minneola has secured a press and is baling the crusnea cane staiKs for ruel. The en jgineer says he had rather use them than ooai. The Globe Live Stock Journal of Dodge City has been revived and aeon solidation with the ReDUblican effected D. M. Frost and K. E. Deardorf will as sume editorial management of the new paper. Mulvane Becord: Good butter is ecarce. All the creameries are behind their orders, and all are making money. Pasture is nlentv. milk is nle...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 November 1889

Kssy-Hsr- rr? m pw"l -" Vt' r' THE CAM. FOXTBB. ST JOHN DEWIXT. If yon travel as you'd ongbter You will meet the colored porta Who with smile upon bis lip Will expect from you a tip. He ia found on every sleeper. Full of learning, and it's cheaper. If you'd like to learn it all, Just to tip a silver ball. If you try to shake this porter, And refuse a paltry quarter, "When yon need him you may call, But you'd better -wait till falL If you tip him, he's a dandy, "With a pillow that is handy, And a bottle, cool as ice, Holding something awful nice. Sou -will find bo is a ruBher, Just the slickest kind of brush er, And before you leave the car, Oh I -He'll be dar i Hell be dar." TULA VELASQUEZ. BY AD H. GIBSON. T friend Leo Gordon was a gay young Southerner, who had serv- e d through Ithe "lost cause." He had gone into the war "with all the enthu siasm and confidence that charac terized the most intrepid wearers of the gray. It was not discom fiture at the termination of the civil strag...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 16 November 1889

?.? i"Jrv $M is ? (u aKS JlHiUfliVf hU4il)RJ(. life "Yeeurly Sutosoription $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. GOLD FOUKD IK IRELAND. there 'Were Mines or the Precious Hiatal There Long Ago. A writer in Chamber Journal, in discussing the gold fields in Ireland, says that the precious metal appears to have been found at a very early period. It is recorded that Teirnmas, one of the apocryphal kings af Ireland, worked gold mines in the forests of Dublin and Wicklow Mountains, re fining the metal there and manu facturing it into cups, brooches and various other articles. The great number of gold ornaments found in various parts of Ireland, their exquisite workmanship and inimitable elegance of design testify to the high degree of artistic excellance attained by those early artificers. It appears to have been the practice in those times for the goldsmith to reside close to the mines, digging up and preparing on the spot small quantities of the precious metal, which he then fashioned and finished at 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. — 16 November 1889

? vr $KJ 5r :pt?yz,jz. f Vf r zS'J&,,;-?!;rf-- iv'K -" "M ?" -! . .? -2 Cj?' Z .jf .it tv Wtftatf nm WjwM, OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEBO COUITY. 0 WICK 4 HETZ, Editoie and Publishers, Saturday, November 10. 1889. Congress meets Dec. 2. The Democrats have pot parried Iowa before since 1853. The democratic 0' wr.i.jr-elect in Jowa seems to be one of the Boise. It is estimated that 00,000 voters remained at home in Iowa on elect ion day. The Iowa legislature will make a .strong fight on Allison and prohibi tion tjiis winter. Hon. James E. Campbell is the fourth democratic governor elected n Ohio since 1873. Republicans sometimes have grievances but they usually wait until an off year to settle them. The Wailace county papers, of Wallace and Sharon Springs, are making some strong charges against tfieir respective county seat enemies President Lombard, of the Lom bard Investment company says that his company has invested 50.000, 000 in western farm loans in an ex perience of over thirty-fi...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 16 November 1889

0w&$w&4g!B. ?4jj ". ETA iVpv '?SsH "1-fe.i",A is- :&- ft &-V, $& VATUSALGA& BT 0ZUL8 SCTDStrMMEE. J?be ml stress and Maxthy -were taking a doze ; The maid in the kitchen was mending her hose. The master -was sleeping out under a tree, 'When Sarah Ann's Amos vras bit by a flea That 'was looking about for a place -where he Could be boring for natural gas. The flea struck a vein that caused Amos to spout, It drew twenty-one of his corpuscles out; Then tried Sarah Ann for a mite of desBert, But carefully, eo tho supply not to hurt, Bo lit on the mouth of the dear little flirt, On the seat of her natural gas. It punctured the surface, it stuck in its drill, But drew it out quickly, but not at its -will; For the -well was a gusher, and blew it in haste Prom the hole it had dug in the powder and paste, It got more than it wanted, more than a taste Of Miss Sarah Ann's natural gas. The gas which escaped was a talk in a dream, And had for its subject, its object, and t...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 16 November 1889

yHP4 .pps mi 'eft 4&- f-r i , OFFICIAL PAPBS OF TREGO COUHTT. COWICX d tfFZ, ftVfors an: Pao ishers. Saturday, Novzmbek 10, 18S9. e Thanksgirin;? wilisoon be here. C. B. Erb was a cailer Wednesday. Charlie Benedict bpsat Saniay with bis raa, Peter Webber moved his family to Ellis Saturday, The poor house bonds were defeated in EIUh county. Wallace county bold her first term of district court this week. Kansas corn has boa.) nulling ou our Streets for twenty ceit a bushel. .T. M. Tuttls spent a portion of last week on his farm in Gove county. An enjoyable tiina 13 rep -rte 1 at the ball at tho Op?rahoav, Frid-iy evening. Since the late ntim set in the acre fi.Qa of wheat has been almost doubled. From nud after November 1. 18S9, Cal'ender & Co. vill soil strictly for cash. 454r-tf. TLr. Odoll, of Russell county, preacti- ' ed at the M. church last Sunday events- Rev. E. '. Morrill oreachel at the cou-t bouse last Sunday murninj; and evening. Born November Cm 1889 to Mr. and jT...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 16 November 1889

- irrgt "$k ' " sfC"W-,-5V,SJl&" r:4 irfVlC' "' "' i ji I- -s.--.- " 5rr- ' " :. r?s-. ., - lrV IS Commissioners' Meeting. Wa-Kbkxet, Kan., Nov. 8, 1889. Commissioners of Trego county met to-day to canvass the returns of election held at the different polling precincts in Trego county, Kansas, November 5, 1889. All members of the board were present Those persons found to have received the highest number of votes for their respective offices were declared to be dulj elected, and the county clerk was instructed to issue certificates of election and to request that bonds be filed as soon as possible. In the case of commissioner of third district a tie was made in the vote. It was decided by lot in favor of Thomas O'Toole. The following election claims were al lewed: Vfm Hoobler, judge and making returns S C C Brooks, clerk election W T Brabb, jude election, etc. . "Wm Brabb, cierk and rent Frank Cross, jude election, etc. 8 S Harvey, jude electieu. etc. . D B Fultou, clei k electio...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 16 November 1889

KiSiSH 1 i.cj- -. r. ' . -51 ".- A. SRriSfOrs' J5SS-?3 "V S,L' .. ? Jir V"" &.sr Tis TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. California, it is said, now manufac tures nearly all the iron she needs, though only a few years ago she de pended on the East for her supply. Theee are altogether about 17,000 Arabs in this couniry, and not 10 per cent, of them have a settled home or any other means of support than ped .dling. Advertisements in London journals indicate that the puichase of cast-off court suits, artificial teeth, etc., "for export," is quite a considerable busi ness. The Constitution of North Dakota provides that the property of the wife, acquired before or after mariiage, cannot be taken for the debts of her husband. Lyons, France, is completing the world's biggest dam, begun a century ago. It is 1,000 feet long, 175 feet high, and the foundations are 100 feet deep. "Ix a few years," says Mr. Edison, "the world -nil! be just like one big ear; it wil...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 16 November 1889

"&? mwTfmWWw fij W. 3, fttsr-1 -TVy- J H K k i f KANSAS STATE NEWS. ' Ness City Sentinel: An extra train of fifteen or twenty cars loaded with sheep passed down the road Monday, the train was loaded at Beeler and makes the second one loaded there in two weeks. ' Marion Record: An old Eecord boy, Olin Meacham, hasstarted the Augusta News, the first issne of which iB before as. The first number presents a neat, newsy, and healthy appearance. Here's to your success, Olin. Coldwater Enterprise: Richard Car ney, an old soldier residing in Nesca tunga township, recently received an increase of pension and back pay amounting to 8600. Dick .richly de served every dollar he received. The following new papers have been received at the State Historical society rooms: The Times, published at For mosa, Jewell county, by Frank M. Cof fey; the Dispatch, published at Derby, Sedgwick county, by "Will D. Wright. Bloom Telegram: Ford City sent a delegation of nine gentlemen to inspect theMinneola ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 16 November 1889

PfP 4NH5SSB - "-& -"--ffn . v,-1- lff' r "V. '-- 3--w ---. v. ... '& .s Sf - b fr T. ITER'S LAST FIGET. 7 INDIAN SCOUT'S STOKT OF THE qr HORRIBLE MASSACRE. flow the Gallant Cavalry leader Was L& Into the Death Trap by the Wily Sitting Bull and HI Uentenants Now Ughi Upon an Old Subject. n HE tragic death of the gallant General George A. Custer, with five companies of the SeventhUnit ed States Caval ry, in the Valley of the Little Big Horn River, in Montana, is of too recent occur rpTiee not to be 'familiar to every reader; and, while the details of the great disaster, me of which shocked the civilized world, have long since become a part of history, few are familiar with the causes which resulted so fatally to the "long-haired soldier," his gallaut officers, and men. The writer, from a long association with the Sioux, ns hunter, scout, trader, and Deputy United States Marshal, thor oughly acquiring the Sioux language and a knowledge of their habits, has been able to gath...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 23 November 1889

-3V l ? Yearly Subscription. $a.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. THE LADIES, A Budget of Interesting Talk Relating to the Tender Sex. SOME FEMININE CHARACTER ISTICS. Matters Sober and Satirical, with a Spies of Humor, Prepared Specially for Our Fair Readers. Who saves up for a month for a per sonal treat and then shares it with the whole family? "Woman. Who turns deadly ill at blood, yet stands recklessly in its rain in time of war or accident? "Woman. jJWho eats scraps for lunch that noble ; ' i) man may have tidbits for dinner ? "Woman. She is a heroine in danger, a coward When looking under the bed. And yet there are "persons" who claim that wo men do not understand the meaning of the word courageous. It's a libel, for true courage shows in the little things of life. "Women are forced to deal with the smaller side. They have to marry men. San Francisco Report. An Admit able Idea. Many New York ladies are lending their aid in the formation of working women's clubs. A woman of leisure or wealth, ...

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. — 23 November 1889

7t'msfs9. V.JTJL -f v- , TS-Jyfi SVW K- .W"W "?-t XgJUVJttrfie '!!: feSfe 5i V vWtmt pteas W0U. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THEGO COUNTY. COWICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, November 23. 1SS0. Gove county did not cast as many votes at the recent election as Trego. Thomas county cost over 1,100 votes at the late election, Pretty cood for a frontier county and an off year. - Tt requires an exception always to rrove a general rule. The demo cratic victory in Iowa is just such a exception. Judge C. 0. Foster denies that he his -ny idea of resigning the judge ship to become a candidate for U. S. senate. The Gn-iufitsld Cap Sheaf comes to s:3 rt'ith a new head and enlarged to a six-co'mnn quarto. It has al ways beon a good p iper. The Monument Obelisk has sus pended. We are sorry to learn this, as it was one of the brightest papers on our lisf too good for the town. Governor Humphrey has issued his proclamation setting apart Thursday, November 28, as Thanks giving day, pursuant to ...

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. — 23 November 1889

FtifiTiiRagi',rTii'rr'4? s v'B'svt ' Cr v .. - i i, i w a-.' RUEAL TOPICS. INFORMATION FOB THE HUSBAND MAN AND HOUSEWIFE. Bene Practical Suggestions for the Fi Stock-Breeder, Poulterer, Nurseryman, and Housekeeper. THE FAKJI. Make a Good Garden. The farmer's garden should receive far tnore attention than it usually sets. It is on his success -with this that much of the advantage and greater healthful ness of the farmer's life depends. To have fresh vegetables in succession through their season, and a good variety stored for his winter's use, ought to be the farmer s especial privilege. In real ity the tables of those in cities earning less than most farmers are better sup plied with vegetable and fruits than are those whose lack is only explainable by their neglect to grow them. The city man who has to buy everything findB a variety costs no more than to confine himself to one dish. The farmer often makes a rale to buy nothing that he might grow, and then neglects to grow what he mi...

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. — 23 November 1889

Sj.","" VT-CfcT-. !&? v.C ' 4 A &.. Ji VJS1 J lJ : r&l 15jt MriW & ,!tf m :& vj 8Wtffer igan-WML OFFICIAL PAPEn OF TMGO COUITY. pOWICK & METZ.fditors and Publishers. Saturday, November 23, 1889. ' Go to Bestor's for fresh groceries. " Hugh Elliott moved to Miravle, Mo., this week. J. W. HickmaD, of Collyer, was in town Thursday. 1 Theo. Coartney, sheriff-elect, was in fown last Satnrday. Hon. Lew Hanback is now the editor of the Osborne Journal. A. J. Harlan returned from Wash ington Thursday evening. W. G. Marshall and daughter, Lottie, yisited at Hill City Monday. 0. G. Brady now occupies rooms jover Geo. L Verbeck's store. Eli Sheldon, of Ellis, came up on the morning train Wednesday. The next Demorest contest will be held in the court house Dec. 6. The Hays City Sentinel says the wheat market is crowded each day. A. C. Frick will conduct services at the M. E. church to-morrow morning. Hudson Harlan, one of Trego coun ty's best teachers, was in town Saturd...

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. — 23 November 1889

ssvsrv s"n55? Sw - - -; ; -?evslt. r- tf-rt kS-.w" r-vv - .. i ,"V Y-&&.' - s- '; S5S-s&: ff t f -.-" V las 13 irtj le Among Our Exchanges. Gar-load After car-load of material is being unloaded for the new division bnildings. Cheyenne Wells Herald. Hon, E. L Eea is a very prominent candidate for the Receivership of the Wa- Keeney Land office. Pa go City Messenger "We have known Mr. Eea for a nnmber of years and can cheerfully bear testimo ny to his fitness for the position. There is one thing that can never be laid to the doors of the Democrat's edi tor. "We never kicked a man when the fight was over. While the fighting is go ing on the Democrat will do its share, bat when the fight in over we always quit shooting. Hill City Democrat. The Secretary of War last Saturday formally announced tie abandonment of the Fort Hays reservation by the war de partment and turned it over to the Inter ior departmeat. Now it remains to be eeen if it can be secured for the use of a Soldie...

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. — 23 November 1889

pwplppl?pppslplp sf? SV1.. Fspp -v mmwmmmfmsj "- 'v,-s j ,.- 3&s.JSjjiu. HIT f'h'i TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Yice Peesident Morton has con cluded to make Washington his per manent home. A citizen of Tacoma, -whose fiancee died recently, had himself and the de ceased photographed together. Habeison, the "boy preacher," is worth about $60,000. What a fortune he will have -when he gets to be a man ! A tin peddler -who travels through Canada can exhibit forty-one scars where farmers' dogs have taken hold of him to see -whether he "was a dum my or a live man. It is said that the body of Damala, Bernhardt's husband, showed not a place -where the morphine syringe had not penetrated, such -was his morbid appetite for morphine and cocaine. Wilkie Collins used to say that a. book sold -was the only criticism he cared for or respected. At the same time no author should be above secur ing regular customers for his books. A Philadelphia inventor is busy o...

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. — 23 November 1889

jtXHT i V -s?7 . J &" & s- KANSAS STATE NEWS. Gypsum City Echo: Gypsum City as three years old and has three school departments. Troy Chief: Henry Gater, who was elected a constable of this township is the first colored man ever elected to an office in Doniphan county. v DelphosHepublican: A large amount of corn will be burned in this vicin lity this winter, as it is cheaper than coal, it taking nearly two bushels of com to buy a bushel of coaL Dighton Herald: W. H. Harvey, the meteorological observer of Lane county, reports the precipitation to be inineteen and ninety-one hundredths 'inches of rain and snow since Jan. 1, 11889. Ness City Times: George Snyder, of Riverside, informed us that he raised 'twenty-five bushels of peanuts this year. He could not find sale for them here and will ip them to Kansas City. Jit is therefore jair to presume that, as peanuts are a staple article, the Kansas City wholesale houses will ship them 'back to our merchants. Oxford Mocking Bird: I...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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