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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 14 December 1889

wmmmamammmKmsm mf&ww&'s&m '&3W WvH. "--- '& Jjp. - ?a?l - &&J B5?" west -&niS r fe5JSj2T '-KWSjFt -, "Sfafltoro sBStW OFFICIAL PAPSE OF TREGO COUHTY. COY1 CK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, Decejibeb 14, 18S9. 'Jasper Sogers, of Cyrns, was in the city on business last Monday. Govo City claims to have the best brass band in western Kansas. For a holiday present see some of those pictures at G. K. Dewey's. F. Danford has gone to California to spend a portion of the winter. Bro. Hotchkiss, of the Tribune, was in Kansas City the first of the week. Mrs. B. F. Morgan left last Monday evening for her home in Riley Center. We learn that Dr. Farmer is making a success of the drag business at Kansas City. E. L. Ferris has secured a position with Meyer Bros., wholesale druggists, Kansas City, Mo. A. T. Greenwood now occupies the Galloway building, east of the engine house as a repair shop. The U. P. JL B. paid its taxes last Monday to County Treasu...

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 December 1889

m-3m SJ-tfft.V.,.?RSKS, ..aw-p. vy w3cTr,-'i;.cv- s?.r&-j.v - t - V-$9v c?fc n'?tei -'? W9hi"i " .St" &rE'Je4iV": J- fy,T, SBBp tx EW ?' t5 rM ETV- Hfett K- fs&t--. 3" . fc?.. ?--" & .??, P& PIOHEE& POINTS. Pioneer, Teego Co.. Doc 10. The Pioneer school was enlarged this week by two boys and one "Straw." The Pioneer school will close on the 20th of this month for ono weeks vaca tion dnring the holidays. The literary in district 34 is progressing finely. The debating last Wednesday evening was very entertaining. Rev. Rogers held meeting at the school house last Sunday. He will hold prajer meeting in the neighborhood one even ing this week. ALL ABOUND. John Reynolds gets more coyotes than any one else In tho county. A literary society was organized in district li Wednesday evening of last week. Mr. Wheeler retnrned from the coun ties east last week, and says ha'd rather raise wheat than so much corn. There was a stone hauling last Satur day at R. S. Thomas', on...

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 December 1889

feiJCtMfefeWM- S ,. -, yay-ti' B- "xjl il. i j&k .s:: -S?s - L'. liS.-. . :- TOPICS OF THE TOW. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Item. A pigeon -which cost $100 is owned by A. B. HosMns, of Media, Pa. Fully half the votes at the recent school election in Fairmont, Neb., were cast by "women. A half-breed girl named McTavish lays claim to property -worth half a million in the business center of Vic toria, B. 0. A woman in "Wadley, Ga., has be come a grandmother at the age of thirty. She married -when only four teen, and her daughter did likewise. Five years ago John Sill, of "West Chester, Pa., purchased a 5-cent peach and buried the kernel. This season he picked eight baskets from the tree -which grew therefrom. George Alfred Townsend ("Gath") gives it as his opinion that the impeni tent thief on the cross was an editor. He should net look upon all other newspaper men as rascals because he happens to be one himself. Justice Stephen J. Field looks one the worse for his exciting ...

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 December 1889

PWP1P igvSx a: , ' - it-,--'- - fA? fsm : W yitv ST. tff ' F &&T ff f r, Jf. J&& m nT t S 48 INTIMIDATION, ETC.! Attorney General Miller's Re port. Election Frauds Discussed Efforts of the Department to Convict Hin dered by Intimidation of Federal Court Officers and Witnesses; and by Assassination. Washington, D. C, December 7. In a chapter on law business, the attorney gen eral says: "Very soon after the 4th of March last, it was brougnt to my attention that the recent congressional elections there werenumeroas and far reaching violations of the federal laws relating to such elections. It was charged, that by intimidation of voters, by seizing and destroying boxes and substitu tion of false ballots, by false returns, by bribery of voters and election officers and by various other means well known to those engaged in the nefanous business, the pop ular will was stilled and falsified, and re turns obtained wholly at variance with what would have been the result of a f...

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. — 14 December 1889

K!5?R SSSE -jiwa . - -tWfJf "pS-;?. tJtCSSfTKS&JV-J ?SgSES sskjs t .v' ' - -.'.-. i''.,- i- S, -tS- ,r , iL tf -3W. & J.BBaaaBaaBBjalBSSBSSSmi SEV At" di-" ii'C' BSf SB .- Tr '& sm' XLLXZ. BY C. JWTWATEB. Onee en a time-all trne stories begin bo wEndredfl ofyears back, when yon and I ShSdSfinonli in Africa's tree tops high. Before the folks W learned to Binso, The people of China to grumble began. . Becaose their emperor was a smgle man , Said they, "See here, sir, erehlaaedtherell be no heir near, We advise yon to marry as soon as yon can." SVStoSfftloiow-.here aSier were beautiful maids by scores at Ms BnL wanted one that wonld love him alone ; One that, for love of his smile so sweet, Wonld be flesh of his flesh and bone of his bone. "Such a one I shall never flndI fear But here he was struck by a bright idea. Jnst at this time, in the city of Pekin lived little Ellee, a maid so fair, Through all the land yon might go seeking, In city or country, anywhere, And never s...

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. — 21 December 1889

rs'V w- t- I.-SWP u.wjt rri rUNfr 6- EV K fer lli. ffr', L-A.r-3 51 jJkrjLjaHtyMiBMHF "'T!8BBLiBi3isi?tffSs&', T7i - jwffi rli ib PI TTT TTiT b TT bssssssssb9"' IHHIBhv mrtt : TTesrly SviTDsoription $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. ' THE FATHER TO HIS HOY. . Came hitber, William John, my eon, come -' hither to my knee, Well Bit and -watch the river take its journey to the sea. And as the water rolls along I fain would talk a while, Since I have heard thy youthful soul is lately steeped in guile ; They tell me that you 'want to be a humorist. Ana -write for papers, grinding out your jests I at morning, noon and night ; To tell of candies made of clay and other jokes - as dark , Alas, my son. old Koah sprung such chestnuts in the ark 1 You'll tell about the wretched man -who long , -with stove pipes tolls. And say the mother-in-law is fit for stratagems ; and spoils ; And to the cat that slugs at night you columns k -will devote, I And bubble o'er -with humor -when you're speak i ing of the g...

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. — 21 December 1889

PszeZga gggpr3gS3S 8w 5SS? rS(L5't&v. &m t r - r v ; i-st t m&-:? 'iVj3IJ 5X -. eve? : ' h .vAt,'-! " v. -" ,-i it "t - rlt IjsliBlPl '--. if" fcSSF 5 & igsl r-s Siifet M5? ;&: KTl s v3 'i-SjT . "&& ? rV; rSi?? ""'Hj te'ttvj Iw ? 3".. Wttfm SfimsasWirtM. OPFWUL ?APEB OP TEBdO COUITY. CO WICK & IAETZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday. December 21, 1889. Isn't it about time that some of the papprs were springing the ques tion of removing the capital from Topeka? It has been nearly a year since we have heard the matter men tioned. J. L. Beady, of the Salina Repub lican, was fined $10 and costs, amounting in all to about $65, for publishing a statement that ex-Governor Harvey pardoned his own brother out of the penitentiary. The Jamestown relief committee has completed its labors and closed its books. The contributions Amounted to about 4.000,000. It took 2,000,000 to relieve the im mediate wants of the flood sufferers, and the remaining $2,000000 was di ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 December 1889

SMwiyjyiMiiimysa 'SX'&.il3a5hF2S KAg9MSSSi bk'xi'-lUIkc--' ' i Tivr-v-jBwie-Aawtvi 'nxki.. J aiW?-iV, mfWSSeSSS&m'aPSgBm - r , - .-- ,, r . - '-' "-'Ztt-s&rjs- 3?SSS 35& &a '.& i Bv BIG MOUTH JOFS LOVE. OWN along the old Spoon uver, wneretne com crows xnightr talL An' the farmers have to hustle fer to plet an' crib It all: i "Where the pumpkins are tne oiggest an' the elder cron is nrime. An' the home life is the snuggest that 'was ever praised in rhyme; Where the farms grow rank with everything that's fitten fer to eat, From the apples in the orchard to the wavin' fields o -wheat; Where peace an' plenty sets around a-singin' of a hymn, There come in early spring a cuss called Big Mouth Jim. He wasn't good to look at ; he was nglier 'n sin ; His jaws protruded fearful an his cheeks was all sunk in ; His chin was like a dagger an his nose was long an' hooked ; His ears was big an droopy, like a cabbage-leaf that's cooked ; His hair wa3 sandy-colored, an' it ne...

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. — 21 December 1889

-"4r.rtf , & Erf. .j? K S-V f35f- e-vsk. xf isti v I&T1 - J KFrtSttt S-T-- L fcr '. -ass .. ' ,Wv Swim 3toM. OFFICIAL PAPES OF TBEGO COUHTY. QOWIDK & A1ETZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, December 21, 1889. The shortest days of the whole year C. A. Hoar has been indisposed thiB J. L. Brown spent last Sabbath with his family. Col. Tilton started out yesterday on a trip to Great Bend, Kansas. L. Larson' ono of Colljer's best citi zens remembered ns this week. B. Minot has moved from the Opera block to the northwest cottage. A. H. Blair, and W. E. Saum have been trying a litigated contest this week. Our younsr folks, we understand, will give a ball sometime during the holidays. The traelingrnan who never smoked Jeft Tuesday morning on the early train. Mrs. A. L. Fuson, of Ellis, visited relatives and friends in Wa-Keeney over gunday. The Presbyterian ladies' society will meet with Mrs. R. O. Wilson Thursday jit 230 p. m. S. 0. Peacock, recently of Wa-Keen ey, but pow of ...

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. — 21 December 1889

W5P 2.V v,,. ff?s 3 " in SE U i 'o'. m 4 f$M8& x, fif cr & I 14 B, IK m J OGALLAH OOZLTT GS. IT- OaAMiAH, Teego Co., Dec 18. Joseph Marguaud has purchased a new road cart. Henry Wynn went to Hays City Tues day after a load of mill feed. Thos. Tarpey attended the G. A. B. Post meeting at Ellis "Wednesday even ing. A. H. Hixson is building a house on the land which he recently purchased of Chas. Clnda". There will be a law suit at 'Squire Mc .Kinley's on Saturday, Dec. 21. The plaintiff is G. W. Staplin, and the defend ants are Mr. and Mrs. Mahoney. We understand the trouble was caused by Mr. Mahonej's cattle trespassing on Mr. Staplin's land. Forestry Foremaa"'Wynn finished tak ing up trees Monday. They were twenty-four days taking them up. and they took up on an average 62,500 each day, making a total of one and a half million trees raised on forestry station number 1 this year. Eepobteb. EIVEHSIDE EIPPLES. Riverside Township, Dec. 17. Joseph Locker has returned from Den ver...

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. — 21 December 1889

, iss.yx s.t. E.-Ve$ - jiMjj-iff fc r? EiV Si- TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. The Woman's National Press Asso ciation proposes to erect a statue to Mrs. K. B. Hayes in "Washington. There has been constructed in the United States this year 3,312 miles of railway, 1,353 miles in the South. Olives Wendell Holmes has re fused to write a poem for a prominent magazine. He said that he felt that it was time for him to stop. Cobv-cob pipes have become so pop ular that a farmer near Washington, Mo., recently sold 100 bushels of corn for $30 and got $27 for the cobs. It is calculated that 60,000 gallons of wine is drunk at the communion tables of the various religious bodie in America every year. All the wine contains alcohol. Thebe are four men at Old Town, a suburb of Fernandina, Fla., who make their living out of sharks. They cure the hide, fry out the oil, and use the pulp for fertilizer. The widow of the late King Luis of Portugal will receive a yearly al...

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. — 21 December 1889

mmmwwmmw & mxk-mmssssss gwim &wN&&lf?i' -v - - - ' "Vs.'". ?.--& . 'V"i? V "i -?. ' v - srl&5. SB . ii? user i.-u. $ M l ' .. jL kl-V. si l? xmmmmmmmmmmmmmm CAPITAL NOTES. The sheriffs of Kansas have a "co operative association," which will meet in Topeka Jan. 9, 1890. The city of Topeka has been again enlarged by ordinance of the citj coun cil to the extent of 3,800 acres, covering numerous additions and sub-divisions on the southwest. The consul general of Russia at New York has written to Secretary of State Wm. Higgins for a copy of the Kansas prohibitory law, which he desires to for ward to his government. His request has been complied with. The Postal Telegraph Cable company, the new corporation which is designed to compete with the Western Union Telegraph system, shipped a car-load of wire and three cars of telegraph arms and pins to this city. Topeka has been made the distributing point for the .western portion of the company's line. About fifteen car-...

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. — 21 December 1889

w&m&om p; 'la" p &? g?.tfc 'safe "S ""T iw tmb wiilowi, bt iUHinnaosi. Down by the dear old meadow stream. Where wo played together .under the wffloir f- trees, .. Grew sweet wild flowers of every hue, Gently breathing rich perfume on the wandering breeze. We thought no place so bright and gay As that familiar spot, where sunbeams could not peep, And lazy butterfles reclined On luxuriant beds of -white clover fast asleep. The mocking birds from leafy realms, Trilled sweetest melodies from their silver-lined -throats. While -wo sat on tho mossy bank, Sending across the crytal stream gay little boats. Under the pale green -willow trees, Where we -were free as the birds, and pleasures were rife. You gave to me the promise true . That in years to come you would be ray bonnie wile. Ah! those were balmy, halcyon days, When we played together by the rippling stream. Dreaming the happy hours away, Listening to the soft quivering notes of love's young dream. DUBHAM, n. u. A tfOYE...

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. — 28 December 1889

m M ss 4 lsl j s ,t &s "STearly SutosoriiDtiozi $8.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. WHAT MATTKRS IT? AT T. EDGAR JOVES. JtThat matters it, my curious friend, -where lies Our heavenly harbor and our land of rest? Whether it be beyond the azure skies Or in some lower world, God knoweth best. It offers safety from our cares, and so What matters whether it bo high or low, It offers rest; what more should mortals know? Best from the weariness of burdoned days, Of bitter longings and weary hours. Of duties leading us through darkened ways And into efforts far beyond our iowors. Of dark tcmptationB into secret sm. Of constant labor, earth's poor gauds to win, Pf spirits deafened by tho strife and din. It matters nothing as to when and where We find tho Hearen and the welcome home ; Ut curious doubt giio place to trusting prayer. And no weak soul through speculation roam. We seek for sealed-up secrets, hidden things ; Enough for us, if on eternal wings, We reach the country of those better things. Vex...

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. — 28 December 1889

?S3 ..ws f -;? X, rf-riJ SK. - IVW fwT'LS. -f 5 treapa i??a ?? ?-.' -v "-, IP 'j Hffi, "7 ". L- ,At SCS5EBC SHE as? BsiSS b&j fct i S$ Ki' i :mft Ik)- s ;A-: -" tfmtfi OmSIAL PAPER OF TRESO C05TY. COWICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, December 28, 1889. Sfcc ' Ellis wants electric lights. The Union Pacific will only bnild twenty miles o railroad in Kansas next year. The Gove County Republican thinks the Kansas law should be changed so that taxes would not be come due just before Christmas. It is announced that President Harrison will receive on New Years day. It is a change from the regu lar order that office seekers will not endorse. Chicago people are fairly wild this week over Patti Rosa's excellent acting. Wa-Keeney didn t mate much fuss over her when she was here a couple of years ago. "f The Kansas City Globe says: "Kansas produces more statesmen and more bushels of wheat to the acre than any other state in the Union, and both are the best in the country too...

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 December 1889

ggg b The Indian Legislature on Its Dignity. Chief Mayes Scolds and Threatens (as to Prorogue the Council Nearotla- Ei t Mnne r -Ut Colo of tho Otirlo Considered at an End. m T m T l rn TT Bfr-- j.ASLA(4V.ut x, jl., ueueuiuec x. nnn. ? Warrea G. Sayre, the only member of the s$ caerocee commission now in tne city, lChttctnw nation. ndr1riHp1 n inmmnnioa "KC -. y w. UV w " ?i?tioato the council, asking if they could SElgfr him any information as to whether any ;fjri . - . . . .. n ts answer wouia De given to tne government s W. proposition to bay tno uneroKee outlet. ESThis wes made the occasion for an attack ig ' npon the commissioners in renewal of the fej" recent quarrel. Senator iBell took exception to the coun h cil's" considering Commissioner Sayre's communication at all. It had not come through the proper channel. The commis sion, before had attempted to cause a rup ture between Chief Mayes and the council by sending letters to it over his head, and the senate ought to let the...

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 December 1889

FJMSMSJ ' : .1 v .; HR - S?SS ff. itT 3i lur? t&fri -C' '& ..tart 3& TtS? m. a. ' .PA.-Vyijlis. ; att.sais-WMtt, OFFICIAL PAPER Q&fBE80 G07ITT. CO WICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers? Satuedat, December 28, 1889. A Happy New Year to all the Wobld readers. December has been as pleasant as May almost. Joseph. Brown, sA. Collyer, -was ov7n Thursday. Miss Iiillie Smith is snendine the , iolidays at home. Miss Bessie Dann is spending the holidays at Sdlina. Mrs. B. J. F. Hanna is spending the holidays at Salina. N. W. jShuler and family are living in he Cleveland house. Mrs. Ben Jackson has gone to Chica go to spend the winter. We noticed W. A. Eppler, of Adair township, in town Tuesday. W. F. Cross, of Glencoe, came up Thursday to pay his taxes. The school children are enjoying a vacation during the holidays. Mrs. C. "W. F. Street returned home Saturday morning from Chicago. Mrs. J. L. Brown went to Ellis on Christmas day to visit her husband. Particularly do we wish...

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 December 1889

z"' sSSV m "&& ateC- ' i . . . -1: - - i - 3 rPIOWEEB POINTS. Pioneeb, Teego Co., Dec 25. Mary Chalk is visiting friends in Ness county. - The literary Tvill be held at the Valley January 2, 1890. Elsie Pershing's school closed last week until March. O. A. Cortright "will do the remainder of his threshing this -week. Some of the Pioneer folks attended the "ball in "Wa-Keeney Christmas night. There was "a Christmas tree at the school house in the Rich district on Christmas ove. A good time was re ported. Pioneer school has closed for one week's vacation. The teacher, Miss Hatheway, is spending the time at her home in Logan county. The Christmas tree at the Valley op ened with singing and recitations; after wards the presents were distributed. The entertainment was enjoyed by every one. Windy Waeblek. OGAIiLAH OOZINGS. OoAiii.An, Tbego Co., Dec. 24. Francis Eidgway shipped a car load of wheat to Kansas City Wednesday. The Gallah school is having a vaca tion of one week during ...

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 December 1889

SE? - B.JMii2''i -f --" cP 3 m .. t"fc & :rsi STT -r . IK isr- . "-&; TOPICS OF THE XDDK ? A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. New York expends $100,000 a month In street cleaning. A thied of the deaths in the French army are dne to typhoid fever. LADTTisitors have been appointed for twenty-six prisons in England and Wales. Thomas A. Edison's 16-year-old daughter speaks four languages. She is now learning Italian that she may converse with her father. The old report that Mr. Gladstone has secretly gone over to the Roman Catholic Church is again in circulation to a certain limited extent. The most widely separated points to which it is possible to send a telegram are British Columbia and New Zea land, via America and Europe. Over one thousand souls, mostly negroes and Indians, are on the school grounds at Hampton Institute, Vir ginia, teaching and being taught. Mrs. Rachel Still WAGGoof Flush ing, L. I., has celebrated her 104th birthday. She says if her health per mits...

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 December 1889

T?V5rPSvN :$$ A? H J JX-.' '?f: g&r -SS: -Swi- J&' sfafe- vjvr, 35, - 5t &: ,jS.rv. A?-tOv-. v rx5iv;yv. - . J&f.j4 7f? rT CAPITAL NOTES. Governor Humphrey has received and an umtsaon to attend a grand sp fire, to be grven January 6, by the aja City G. A. R. post Ex-Governor T. Antnony, Hon. A. Jtt. ttteene, Henry Booth, Hon. A. J. JFelt, fcior Tom Anderson, Hon. Ira Collins. .nd other, prominent G. A. B. men trill attend. I State Sugar Inspector Kellogg and Secretary Mohler of the board of agri- !ulture have, been consulting the attor tamf general, regarding the steps to be ftaken to recover $15,000 bonds of Bloom township, Ford county, issued rto the American Sugar company. These xbbnds are the only ones 'which were inirned over to the company, out of iwreral times that amount voted before irtke alleged frauds of the company were IfdiBCovered. The company has turned Lerer the bonds to a Kansas City bank- piHg firm to be negotiated. The attor- lifiey general advised...

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