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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 February 1886

ttSKsSffikS?? K !--V MflJ&- fmw Bap? JK f lllf U-8. fcflSfr m U' Ek, P te' K'. .v -r Iftff w: U N,- )&J 3r !U h.'i. F l$ kg: i pt- P Iter lf - nkrs U?V : fc m !Wg$JE5 flTTMlir ct TTiTnTvr t m 3 A 1HUIYIM UUUJMTI UAI. It f ..WOCEaTEXfcCO..PuMiahers. COLBY. KANSAS THE DOCTOR TO HIS HORSE. Ah, Billy, many a day and night. Thro' the sun and stormy weather, w e've jojrod ulonjj as best wo might, with achiim hearts together; "We've braved the wintry blasts that poured Their doubling fury o'er us, -And many a lonely league we've scored With little cheer before us. Footsore, we've plodded on and on, O'er roads that slow unraveled Their murky miles from duk to dawn, And chilled us as we traveled; TV e've threaded woods so dark and mute, And elcns with gloom so thick, sir, The owls were half-afraid to hoot. And whippoorwills grew sick, sir. .Down country lanes, by churchyards dim. At uudnizht we havescurried, -And seen the eldritch moonlight swim Above the .lead we've buried; 3?or us ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 February 1886

S&VSS&fsSH BSRS?? SS-tWI nT:t 'j"JWL XV-iiF" K-5'Pi-t iTfttttArfr w ? ; ? wpps wmm 'tT ' .S--'t::fSr,'-t . KH-ftftrt. .a.sft; wtsaya ll .. "J-y.'i;iF'ii5y?'Va-- :S:".y"!ag),.SBjlSi ' - ' ' - Mp y DRUGS! T SMITH, WALKER &' CO., Keep a full stock of Drugs, Medicines, Toilet articles, Paints and Oils, Patent Medicines, etc. C0I.BY, Central MAKES A SPECIALTY OF Pure Drugs and Medicines Everything in our line of the best obtainable. When you are in need of paints, oils, per fumes, stationery and all kinds of fancy no tions. Don't forget to give our house a call. 4 A. W. Patchix, Manager. o LUMBER ! HOWELL LUMBER CO, Have opened a yard in. Colby and keep constant ly on hand a full and complete stock of fpfe ail? gagk qo4 j Give us a call and . prices are the lowest. 4 &?"- Headquarters for Homesteaders' y . . and Ranchmen's Supplies, Have the largest as sortment to select from, and sell". more Voods for one dollar 3 than any other house in Northwestern Kas. OUR MOTTO: Just...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 February 1886

fi?m JlPPPJJPfSgl s5?r &&s&gmgm?iz ftm . '&fycy?r CvW2a L. 3ft l v; -TBf- n-sr as& Ejjs fsgjtS mm !M IP ft 4 f ffl J .1 SV ft ?V 4iS! s as S3 i'.7 he mi iu fc m 'If , 'Ww It. &' tf IP P lii 5&i I-THE THOMAS COUNTY 'CAT.. WOBCESTER & CASEY, Editors. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. 1,200 The above is the number of papers we Lave issued each week for the past three weeks. Our regular edition is over one thousand. Rye looks well. The hacks are loaded. Carpenters are all bus. .Taidine & Reed, hind agent. The frost is out of the ground. Boys wagons at the Red Front. The legal fraternity is kept busy. Township trustees meet Mar-h 1st. The lumber trade just now is large The land boom has commenced again Dr. Dunn is expected back next week. The legislature adjourned last Satur- J day. Breaking and stirrring plows at Bean Bros'. "What's the matter with the wells in town ? N. D. Bean's neat new house is en closed. "W. II. Copeland is in Nebraska on business. Another ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 February 1886

MMB MMaR,.n.'r jet tae V k3 rx kv SBaSBRf BEIIGIOUS BEADING. ENTER IN. Tea. come, dear Lord I My heart I fain v ould open wide For Ihcc to enter, nor depart; Hut w ith me to abide. Abide with me: and teach My teeble heart to know Bow to Tin stature I may reach, ' To perfect manhood grow. I hear Thee knock without. Seeking to enter in; And i et i sillier fear and doubt To keep me m my sin; The sins of unbelief. Distrust and cowardice: Which cau-o m veracious Saviour grief; Xor will they let me rise. O could I rise above These c.irtli-born mists; and see The lie.u eii of Tii.ne unclouded love, And dwell therein w itli llieo! My heart I lon:r to find 1'reed from its citili care. Filled with pure love to all mankind, W ith faith and hope, with prayer. Therefore to Thee I fly: lJucIl Thou within my breast; Wearv and iio.ivj laden, 1 In Thee alone lind rest Tltonuis lhil, L. D., in N. T. IiulcpcndenL IS IT INSPIRED? A Doctrine Which Has Triumphantly Sus tained tlu- Ordeal of Hoth Friendly...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 February 1886

?m&&Tw& K-.:l--r5?5S. itH &F t&-e A k-W5!$r;? WbbbbbWj IS SVyV fr I a.' h Wt .- fi2J .. ki !' lc is!' :J9 lisle 4 5?. Hfe, BPr - - 'UK UUE YOUNG HEADERS. MY CHOICE. TTtaom shall I choose for my Valentino? Somebody, oh, so very tine, So kind and gooa. so sweet and fair. Til have to hunt her everywhere. Herface must be like the glad sunshine If she is to be my Valentiue Oh, where can I And her? Can you tell "Where such a dainty maid doth dwell? Td write her just one little line. Or show her by some other 8'jjn, If I could only know the place Where I could see her pretty face. And she must have a trentlc voice, Or else she can not be my choice; 1 would not have a Valentine Who'd loudly talk, or pout and whinn. Td travel east. I'd travel west. And never take a moment's rest; And now, 1 think, wee daughter mine, Tliat you're just such a Valcntlnr. Elizabeth A. Davis, in Our Little One. A MEAN TRICK. Billy's Valentine, and "Who Sent It The Kepeutant Boys. "Hurrah!" cri...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 February 1886

easBSBSE itM.w- rf y? w . T -' ' X ' " r"r-mBm4WmMm mmmmMMmmmmFwwmi!mmmKm fc.., - i THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. An Act. House Bill N. -l "By Mr. Bollinger. To umend section 4 of article 14 of chapter 122 of the session laws of IS76. being entitled "An act for the regulation " and support of common schools.' approved March 4, 1870. Ue it enaeteri by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Si:c 1. That section 4 of article 14 of chapter 122 of the session laws of IS7G be and, the same is hereby amended so as to lead a& follows: section 4. Any person who has settled upon any portion of school land, and Las actually resided thereon contin uously for a period of six months, cad has made it his only home for tald peiiod. and has improved s?id Isndtothe amount of one huudied dcllars, including a permanent dv eil jng, prior to appraisment. may, with ii: sixty day3 after its appraisment, fie in the probate court of his county r, verified petition, stating therein that he has settled upon said...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 March 1886

sreBsassRassaa -fwfm 'tg&S? ' &Z2t-t4W?? sL'vj'i OOUfTy f Cat. AXIJO iB5 VOL. I. NO. 52. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. tint H H b . , Y $ b 14: W u TIE "THOMAS CODMT CAT. cnuitcH Dmrcrony Colby 1'niou Sunday School meets eveiv 8uilur iif 10 a. 11. Prca;nliif;atll .si. S-lziciuy tit7.&i r. Jt. "Preac!..r.g at $j. ji. Set vice.- held in Mr. 13c:sn's Hall. All aro mtileJ. "WLo-joevcr will miv como." i:. A. CHOOSE, Pastor. !. O. O. F. Su .lipht Lodc No. -To. mi-tit regularly i'er Tnusdav c.'cninsr -it Ur.-ti s Kill, at 1 o elite k p.m. Alline-nbei-of tauoriRT lire cordially invited to attend. CO'J?:7Y DIRECTORY. lorlt .7nnu- N. FiUc, Treaurcr N. D. Boan. JtojntProf 7)olv-JolnHV Tr'vin. auperlntcii'ltnc Public ln5 t y.WT."Valter. Kepic'entative W. II. Copelaud. A.t'rnfv W. G. Porter. J Stierlff W. H. Kingory. Proliato.liide M. L Lacoy. Clerk DNtrict Com t II. .1. P lino. v tjur eyor T. P (Jimmbcrs. eoroner M. McGrcovy. I Fnink Piotrrei...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 March 1886

w $gPxW, ?tSSSBI t-TW'svgm .r ,T WC . .,..- vwt -t v srki:rvw!MVtertr s tii,'3T,!ar'isr'ro-Tsrtc,!2rsa n i mi hwmi .-, "".'"'' . .,(p, si i.na!'ni SWHfip!PBp HE HAD NERVE. fci ' u FOB ODE YOUNG READERS. j ZZ f2 ALBERT'S AUTOGRAPH ALBUM. Younjr ArcliibaM Albert, an orderly bey. Once had. to his very great pleasure and joy, An autograph album presented to him. Its napes were neat and its covers wore trim. Within its pay bindings of supernnc leather He promptly endeavored to gather together The names of his every relat on and fr.end. Tdl the book should bo filled from beginning to end. But Boon he perceived, with surprise and dis may And disapprobation, the very strantro way In wh eh people wrote In his olejrua book He foind :t distressing to jrive it a look. 'Some -.ulosraphs proved 6uch a tanjdo and scrawl Tou scarce could determine their letters at all: While others were crooked, and sorao seemed to htray To the edirc of the page, as if runninjr away. Some looked as if caught in a t...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 March 1886

V1 -tW" '-:' ' - - - - L-tsr v "" hi evsg?' te&. fc y S 1 l iJ t ---', II- L- ' LV5 BEHGIOUS HEADING. THE WIDOWS MITE. Lukexxi: 3.1 The rich men in the treasury can Offering's of silver and of gold. Shekels, ring ind draehuisfell fast, .And ebulicet of carving old; Tor Greek and Koman, Jew and Copt, The lor ous Temple's tribute swelled; "While at the gate the Master stopped, And all the touvc gilts beheld. Behind the stately Pharisee. An ill-elad -widow meekly moved: "What could her scanty onbrinsr be Tc the great Temple which she loved? With scorn the nca man could not hide. As from her hand the fanning lolL His talent swelled his breast with pride, Hei mites inspired a parable. 3Iore than thev all, the widow pave," The Cnnst of His depp wisdom said; And in His word a precept grave For all the apes inav be read: "More tl an tber all, for they bestowed Of pieut -what they well might spare; While she. 'neath penury s heavy load. Surrendered all ner iiving there." "When to the alt...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 March 1886

sJrl IMHKHHKffiTCl9MBR!nlsiHHtnfl5? sirfv'" O s u RBK'3F---fi: ' '. "..,r"'rr-.AcSrt '.ST-OV.; ir. J. -?JS3S& w" iT'r . , -' s "'W, wSAim 31r. Hiidd, Democratic candidate fortheeat in oongres made vacant py$betfe&th.of Mr. Rankin, of the ?ifth WiBComsn district, was elected. Postmaster V. Ringle the other day kad a copy of the Thomas Oat, pnb liBhed at Colby Thomas county Kan sas. The paper is v.s fu-1 of life as a kitten and niews its news in most feline manner. Torch of Libert. A Garden City man, after a three years residence, has oidered S718.00 worth of nursery stook for his own lite, demonstrating the fact that he has faith in this as a fruit and forest county. Ten car loads of oranges started east in a single train from California. The golden state is disposed to take advantage of Florida s misfortune. Senora is also icpresented in this market Wa-Keeney Woiirt- County Treas urer Kelley sold from July 1, TS83, to January 1, 1S8G, 53,520 acres of school land, at an avera...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 March 1886

f k jfS K l3t 'I j . IS'. I- f tf ' 1 i I 1 1 Hi I Z r 1 IK I y t Fit r-i w. $ to T j to y 1 r I i y s r 1 Ml 1 fa M 1 1 f;)':" THE TIIOMAS tOUCTYCAT.I-tei: VOI.rESTKJl fr CASEY, Editors. OFFICIAL COUriTY PAPER. Jlore mud. Social Friil.iv night. The liack are loaded. -Carppnters are all husy. Jardinc & Reed, land agents. 1 lie C vt o.Iica for job work. Eoy wogons at the Red Front. Seed Corn at .7. V, Allen & Sons'. 31. T. Rowland i. here from Iowju F?ed i illet at .1. AW Allen & SonsJ Biaakius :iud stirrr ng plows at bean Bros' A. good many claims are changing hands. Ti p C t ofljee i"5 ru-hed with job prim -F. P. AVoicester is in Kansas CitT this week. Another stock of cook stoves at Bean Bios'. -- , - . Hornet made to order and warrant ed at Bi'.'in Bros'. E.i-A" -li:iir. and ladies" sewing chairs "at the Reu fsont. 3Ir. L. Sp.ith ib building a neat resi dence on hi farm. AW II Copt kind bought a section of school land in Rawlins county, of F. E. Dunlap. Monday. Jut re...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 March 1886

G-B , v-t BfftJ? ?3jK3r3 m- r-r-x 2. --Lir-M ! S& THOMAS COUNTY OAT. X. V. WOXCESTZX ft CO.,FnMIaer. COLBY, KANSAS A DIFFICULT SUBJECT. Sketch of a Young Lady Five Months Old. Jlr pretty, budding; breathing flowee, Methinks. if I to-morrow v Could manage, just for half an hour. Sir Joshua's bru6h to borrow, I might Immortalize a few ""--- Of all the myriad graces "Which Time, white j et they all are new, With newer still replaces. I'dpaint, my child, your deep-blue eyes, Their quick and earnest flashes; I'd paint the frlncre that round them lies. The fringe of long, dark lashes; I'd draw withmot fastidious care One ay ebrow, then the other. And that fair forehead, broad and fair The forehead of yourmother. I'd oft retouch the dimpled cheek Where health in sunshine dances: And oft the pouting lips, where speak A thousand voiceless fancies: And the soft neck would keep me Ion?, The neck more smooth and snowy Than ever vet in school-boy's song Had Caroline or Chloe. .Nor less on th...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 March 1886

mvfgsm W&X&Bmmt&&5& ?--. KFfc-viF 9Xi fcSSs- Pi; ir. WSi I RV ft- "" ; Jlfc ft I 5 $ V3 I , L MB i fife, M m .1 , ' i H i L k ! J- ! I n ft i j SI 'J ,1 14 THOMAS COUNTY OAT. . P. WOBCXSTXX CO.,?nMisliexft COLBY; KANSAS, .SIMPLICITY. There Is prate adorning all, Mos irflutiful to see. Tf iich our hearts ndorlng fall, TJs sweet simplicity. Behold yon model beautr fair. With cheeks of velvet down. With heavenly eyes and golden hair; But mark that haughty frown! Xist to yon singer's bird-like voice, Of melody a tide. Thatmakes the multitude rejoice. But murk the conscious pr.del In wonder sec yon orator Entrance the mighty host, .And hurl abroad tho bolts of Thor; But mark that subtle boast. .And as you see those grand displays Yon ugh, alas! ah. me! That which might bo beyond all praise Still lacks simplicity. Simplicity! the art of arts, 'J hat nivo unconsciousness. To w hlch wp give our willing hearts. And without stint we bless. O beautv, genius, culture bright!...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 March 1886

mmmmw $f?i$ "mwwmMm. iwKgWSRS - " ST : r - si i i ' t UGS! 111 uw 4 B Q SMITH, WALKER & CO., Keep a full stock of Drugs, Medicines, Toilet articles, Paints and Oils, Patent Medicines, etc. 01 Wf rENTRAL iE V5oAi MAKES A SPECIALTY OF Pure Drugs and Medicines Everything in our line of the best obtainable. When you are in need of paints, oils, per fumes, stationery and all kinds of fancy no tions. Don't forget to give our house a call. M. T. Rowland, Prop. A. Yv. Patchin, Manager. LuMB OWELL LU Have opened a yard in Colby and keep constant ly on hand a full and complete stock of T? Inrabep lath ftagi Give us a call and prices are the lowest. awigw g ywy - Headquarters for Homesteaders' and Ranchmen's Supplies, Have the largest as sortment to select from, and sell more goods for one dollar j than any other house in Northwestern Kas. PUB MOTTO : Justice to all : par tiality to none. - -vJlTsn KANSAS, TORE, BR! !Joqi$, LuBilJte be convinced that our Wheeler, Manager. DRUGS! P'pjjb o M...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 March 1886

COUNTy Cat. Thomas x; j "X? -- Sf J ffei 531 535 COLBY, THOMAS' COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH u, 1886. VOL. II. NO. i. $1.50 PER YEAR. NDM-HIKyiik'J r BIT I ?jy Li K M& l I? A Itf f- F j.. L fv J. I- & sSii THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. j CHURCH DIRECTORY Colby Union Sunday School meets e.r Sunday at 10 a.m. PrenehWK.it 11 M. Sminnj, t uV) i m. Vreaclimir .it 8 i M. Servu-e liHd 1" Mr- Bean s Trail. All aie inritcl. Vluwxjcrwill nm come." T A. CHOUSE, Pastor. I. O. O. F. r J ci-tWvto J.odrc",i.SWincots reciiluijv overj "vVruednv oenlns at ltfiin?ttll. ai 7 q. clock i s in. Allmetuloisof,lnv'0rnerure curuiauj invited to attend. , ' COUNTY DIRECTORY. lerk Jainc X. Pike. TmiMiioi ?f. D. IJt'im. Roister inet?d John W . Irwin. Supcriniviideut Vulihc In-'t-W . W . W ulker Roiirrentnti-t.' V. II. Copeland. Attorin-J -W. O. Portor. J.hpiitT-W. H. Kinjxery. Probate .lue M. 1.. Laec, Clerk District Couit L. J. PJinc. Stir r mi T. P. Chuuiljen. Coi mihi M. Mc(i i eevy. f Fmnk PJnirrc. Ch'n....

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 March 1886

pppsiIIj BBBHBBBBP5SR?wSHSijBP5j4'5is BHPP8 fgpRSgjsvv -sw- n-,r- - .-. - Pigpri? f""!?"? jT1 ?; fe&-1 5s HB .ft B3 I)? , s , OSCEOLA. I StaAiiHiseeiices of the Famous Chief of the Seminole Indians. ' "William Kendrick, of this city, is sixty-two years of age, and was born and raised in Florida. His birthplace was on the Suwanee river, within a mile 'Of where the great Indian chief Osceola "was born and lived. He contends that the great chief whipped for years the United States Government in every bat tle he fought during the Florida Indian "war. He regards Osceola as the equal, if not the superior, of Napoleon, or any -other of the great Generals of his day, 3n strategy and prowess. He was a half-breed. His father was n man from Georgia by the name of Powell. The great chief was known by the name of Powell until the day of the meeting at Fort King for the purpose of signing the treaty with Thompson, the United States Commissioner, to trans fer their lands and move to Indian Ter...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 March 1886

pfpi K5 ??x5e.5e - s3ESpWSf mF f i&Ll "a 5& v m rag SrVH i i& ii?.r' K' 8?5 17. a'S m lb m m i i It L n if i- H STORE CLERKS. Something About the Men and Women Who Stand Behind the Counters. "There are between twenty-five and thirty thousand clerks outside the departments in this city," said the sec retary of the Clerks' Mutual Benefit and Protective Association, In answer to an inquiry made by a reporter. "I mean by that nil persons employed in stores or private business establisements as clerks, male and female. About one lialf of "this number are females. At least one-half of the clerks, both males ?md females, arc ander twenty-five years of age." "What becomes of the clerk whes lie gets old?" asked the reporter. "He may become one of the proprie tors, or own a store himself," said the secretary; "but, to use a popular phrase, 'the cierk 'gets left' when lie grows old. There arc so many active young men ready to take liis place young men liv ing at home, perhaps, and ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 March 1886

WSSsiMse Kip Xi&z":. - - v r-jf THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. A second paper ia talked of at Wal lace. A county must have 2,500 population- to organize under the new law. Thos. Stivers, of Leavenworth, has been appointed post-office inspector.. The House committee has reported favorably on the repeal of the timber culture act The Senate has already passed the repeal bilL The President has sent another snppial message to Congress-on the Chinese question. It is thought that revenge will be taken on Americans in China, in retaliation for the out rages perpetrated recently on the Pacific coast Mrs. Malloy, the woman who has conducted so many revivals of religion and temperance in Kansas, and at one lime fhe publisher of a temperance iournal in fle,ji&;has . b4n wrested for complicity' in die mur. 4er of Mr. Grahain, in Missouri. - - " . A bill passed at the special session of the legislature whereof "persons riding on the cars without tickets :must pay fifteen eents ' extra for iihe j ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 March 1886

x-; v , stTvrip ". jnnffi&? ' ttJTO & j - - vtj- y ' . ASe && ' -4l t&f&Sl -B-.CV -H-r J Jgpff-g ssisr m 9B . BW gp rts fr 11 m it ir It I PA- I ' it I I t ' THE THOMAS-' COUNTY .CAT. vrOtiCBSTEB &"CAS&rt Kdhobs. Plows at Bean Bros. Harrows at Bean Bros. Cultivators at Bean Bros' -CH. Martin has gone east Garden seeds at Bean Bros. Jardine & Reed, land agents. The Cat office for job work. Seed Corn at J. W. Alien & Sons'. Seed Millet at J. W. Allen & Sons'. Cdw for sale, inquire of W. R. Smith. A. J. Eddy returned from Iowa Mon day. Moline Plows and Harrows at I. H Bullere. ' All kinds of farm implement at Bean Bros', Rattlesnake killers for sale by I. H. Butters. Our new cylinder press will be .here next week. - Harnc, sweat pads and whips at Bean Bros'. Maj. Davis has returned, from Ke braska. -" ' - Job printing of even' descriptinn at this office. Tin repairing done on short notice at Bean Bro'. Stop at the Oakley House when you visit ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 March 1886

ft??-? - -fe--1 f & i l. L It . ; THOMAS COUNTY GAT. 2. p. WOUCirnTSK. ft CO., Publisher. OH.BY, KANSAS IN THE CITY STREETS. Unde was the man In speech, and rude In raiment; and bowed with decrepitude, "With crutch and cane at either side, iike a figure by I) ore typified Ji. preeu shade over hi- ImlRlns eyes, Ever astare, in tln-ir ghastlv guito. Jicpulsively, yet appealinIy. Aa he begged the dole of a dime of me. J paued. as the j-rcnt crowd surged ahead: "Had no supper la-t night nor bed JCer a cup o coffee at hrea'-fa-t time 2"er a ru?k at noon ! And the fact is, I'm .A starvin liere in tiie city slrett for a dime to buy a crust to eat !" And I flushed, as I thought of the shameless wrong, Is lie thus so shunned by the soulless tJironir The hundreds and thousands that pass him here? Hue, e'en as I felt the rising tear, I felt in my poeket'a depth", alack! Jly own lone fortune of o.ie greenback. .And I stayed my hand in its upward range, Sighing to say that I had no change. "...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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