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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 November 1885

&;?, ttff?5WPiS'lls aiX s v v 4--iw;Qss"'7 -fcs 5?? EH' IPST ;Ffs5tfSM(alHH ?4 Cl WESTERN KAS. WORLD. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, November 28, 18S5. OUR VlCE-PltESIDEXT DEAD. Tho WobiiD performs the somewhat la borious task of giving to its readers a lengthy editorial article on the death of Thomas A. Hendricks, the illustrious vice-president of the United States, which occurred very suddenly, at his residence, in Indianapolis, at 4:15 p. m. on Wednes dayprobably of paralysis. Mr. Hen dricks had perhaps not been well for sev eral years, but he was able to bo about most of the time, and, aside from a fear, peculiar to himself and Mrs. Hendricks, that ho might bo taken off suddenly, it was supposed that many years of useful labor were before him. As it was, Mr. Hendricks had been complaining at times for a day or two of not feeling very well. He and his wifo attended a public recep tion at the home of the stato treasurer Tuesday night, and they did not return to their home unt...

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 November 1885

TSSZWS' 'F-vaHBMEWfflSrezrjBraRgWWMWJTO w -sW wc pvb3 - -; - - r: C?K " ;s,v 4 . n Va. y - ji LAND RACKET AT WA-KEENEY. We have now opened our Office in our new building, on the EAST SIDE OF FRANKLIN STREET, Where we can be found at all times, ready to sell c:b::eia.:p l-tids To all that may call upcn us. We ask you to do business with those who do business. ! BU YOUR LAND y. T Of and DO YOUR LOCATING with those who can show you what you want. We are OF BOTH RAW AND In this and adjoining counties, as well as in other portions of the state. We have lands to suit the many, both with money and without. HOMES forIe POOR! AS WELL AS THE RICH. We have not all the good land, (as some will tell you,) but a goodly portion of it. We do not wish to tell you every section is watered, for it is not, but we have a few well watered sections, and the rest can be supplied with pure well water. Our lands are mostly level, and well adapted for either grazing or agriculture. We use our own name, and th...

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 November 1885

'&vm 'V J$&F fi- iF.ff&pyt"-.& srJsmt F !- ' 1! ii -j j - ' - fc r4. J3& M i"L TBATJKfiGIVlNG TKAGEDY. James sat down to eat his dinner, On a bright Thanksgiving day, And be murmur d "1 'will tackle Everything that comes my way." "James, his mother warned him, "James, you musn't eat too much, You will find it dangerous business aiing turkey, quail and such. James paid no attention to her, Save to give a pasting frown, But continued doing business Putting all the viands down; Venison, partridge, duck and rabbit, Lobster, goose and chicken pie, Salads, sauces, entrees, vanished In the twinkle of an eye. "Come, my son," exclaimed his father, You have eaten quite enough For you'll catch a dreadful col:c Filling up on such rich stuff." All in vain his heir apparent, Would not listen unto him, But continued masticating Haughty, foolish, silly Jim, IHeger, bigger grew his stomach," Filled with pies, cakes and meats Bounder, luller, tighter. plumper Still he did not ceas...

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 November 1885

WWf wTPHpii r-? rfx9 til s- tf fsrsgxjsw '-r-T ' - y . -SSOV-TSP- y.. - -., -fc-jt &ud,.'nuJr. j' jmrr ;. - vers .wwk.vj ' 'wswa s,s? -??$,7w3mmm cVS.W. .v -" jA-Vjif j-SiSBBSSI '-IHCrjUJiiV , .. XI vr!W .3 . CM. - -! I?' I i t. Il A. J N. r X VI X DOtVJT IH A SALT MINE The Wonderful Things to la Seen In a Glit tering Underground City. Going down in a'-ealt mine is taking a glimpse at wonderful things, according to a London Ntu.8 correspondent, who "WTitee: "Light a few candles" was the order paseed as we were leaving Wine ford, and I am under the impression that the hole down below is like any other hole, and that the "few candles" will just give us light enough for the space of some three or four yards. Bat we fchall see. We step into our iron bu ket. The door thereof ia closed upon ua. The steel ropes are made fast. The signal is given. There is a hesitating, trembling motion, and we drive swiftly into Plu tonian night, straight, sheer through a tunnel 330 feet dep and 3 feet...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 November 1885

?r3Z? f WiiW L-.T "5 Jrtz'- .--i.flW X y?? 1Y THE HEARTHSTOIE. Tho hearthstone fire trams warm and bright, And bHUuK in its mellow light, I count of pleasure nnl of gain, Anl find that womin rules tho train Of circumstances, nnall and fjrcat, Tliat go to build man's best estate. Wo link our joys that irweoten life, With mother, tller, love r, wife; Thco word, when wwl to home and heaven "Tho sweetest are to mortals given." SWEET, BDT CHILLY. Tm sweet when labors close, To hrutlc into Iwd, And Fnuggle up beneath tho quilts To rest the weary head. But one thought chills the joy With foreboding dire When Aurora gilds tho eastern sky, Who'll build the kitchen fire I Three States. A WAGER WOH. The checker board was nearly cleared, I held her klng-s in check She had but two, and these appeared JJo way to ta o the wreck. By moving eithor way I could Afford tho maid a chance. Whilst Ftill in this uncertain mood I met her fearful glance; Sweet girl, she's f-taked a Visa in Jest, PrcMiroing o...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 December 1885

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Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 December 1885

wmmmmi s'Tismmismmm SWsH " V- ' rgrrQf rwi- -- ' x ' '-V " . i .? h! IS UFE WOKTH LIVING? Is life worth living? Ask the lad, Bareiootcd, homeless, starred, Ui-cIad, And hear the answer you will get, -My dotg en' me has Jun you bet. m life worth living? A st the wretch Upon the gallows aoomed to stretch aoe hangman's rope, acd bd his cry, "It Is 1 It is I Don't let me die I" I life worth living? Ask the tramp Whrse home's the gutter, cold and damp, And hear him tell you with a jerk. "It Is , old pai(? , for i dcn't work." Is life worth ltvicg? Atlctbedude Wnom old Dams Mture somewhat spewed. Pud see him suck his cane and say, Aw-wtally liie is-aw-quiie gay" Is life worth living? Ask the fool, The giggling maiden fruh from school, The toiler iuvalid,thelave;. O! life, sweet Ule, they e er ciave. Is life worth living? Ask the wise Philosopher who ainly tr.es To solve the mystery about Tnd matter and lemtlns in doubt I life v. orth 1 lvinp? sk the great, The millionaires, the kiugs in s...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 December 1885

'WKSSW; mtsmtFOMZMtmtm m t mvimii k,r -mrm. -- r J -"w - v. 4 . fe - v .A-ZEaiST 3TJBSCE.I"3?I03ST $2.00. STOCK! DPj9L.E,ni35TG- THE BASIS OIF OTJI6 znSTZDTTSTIRIEEJS. SI3STGKDE COPY 5 CZEZLSTTS t n ., y ?i nj f Y L.y v m 5 !& SEVENTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY Nhi- WHOLESALE .A.3STD EETAJL. W. 8. HARRISON, Proprietor. Bologna Sausage & Pressed Corn Beef a Specialty. Tho Trado Supplied. Best Prices Paid for Cattle and Hogs KELLEY AGENTS Buekeye Reaper and Mower, Keystone Corn Planters, Horse Bakes, Weir & Deere's Plows and Oultivators,Springfield Superior Grain Drill. CEMENT, LI ME and PLASTER PARIS, PLGW AND WAG02I-WOOD STOCK, ml m Heavy Han, Iru, M m M Franklin Street, - - WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. AT THE OLD STAND, Will in the Future as in the Past, keep a full supply of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS. Also, ODGBiiswarc. Flour, Feed, Stsmare. Confectioneries, Ciiars ai Tobacco. A Liberal Share of the Public Patronage is Solicited. COMEANDSEEUS. WE WILL TRY ...

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. — 5 December 1885

r 4S. BS&CTSf3 & - t;. s i J ? . k " "rj3.Bm L WESTERN .KAS. WORLD. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, December 5, 1885. A school was opened at Grinnell ast Monday. Real estate booms at Phillips burg, the llaitld says. Kansas has had fifty-one railroad charters filed in the state during the last six months. Rev. Mr. Wkller. the Golden Belt tells, ran a revival meeting at Grin nell through three Sundajs, closing a week ago Sunday eoning, and caught twent) -eight converts. James Tatcm is a Baptist preach r. who served in the w ar of 1812. He is ninety-fie jears old, and has taken a homestead in Ellis county, with the in tention of growing up with the country. "Now, let us bore tor coal, and let the auger go on down until it reaches coal or melts," exclaims the Topeka Capi tal. This is the spirit which will animate the successful boring for coal at Wa Keeney, the Woiilw is thinking. No longer does the Times sling hot shot into'the camp of the squad who seek to stop liquor selling ...

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. — 5 December 1885

mm W1 'rur'ci' s W&3EGCf$f' f (f " 3W 51-" S 1 X V-wJ-o,V.Tn'-V7j-t'v" w f. ..nE 35" v &?'&-. ?4 '? " .- a&fSSMT'j i.J r&: i T & U f. a MP- LAND AT WA-KEEKEY. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm We have now opened our Office in our new building, on the EAST SIDE OF FRANKLIN STREET, Where we can be found at all times, ready to SELL CHEAP LAIsTlDS To all that may call upon us. We ask you to do business with those who do business. BUY YOUR LAND Of and DO YOUR LOCATING with those who can show you what you want. We are OF BOTH 2kW AND In this and adjoining counties, as well as in other portions of the state. We have lands to suit the many, both with money and without. homes mi poor; AS WELL We have not all the good land, (as some will tell you,) but a goodly portion of it. We do not wish to tell you every section is watered, for it is not, but we have a few well watered sections, and the rest can be supplied with pure well water. Our lands are mostly level, and well adapted f...

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. — 5 December 1885

zmwm ;-, -.-- rf . T2F$m l.-.'S v p v ,TZfZ? s - :;. ' ,. - " ' r .-..--. - - -, a, -rSf. $&? jtE2sl f1 1.1 I JEALOUSY IK THK CEOIK Silver-noted, Lily throated. Starry-eyed and golden haired, Chaiming Adua, The soprano, All tte singeis' hearts ensnared. Long the tenor Sought to win her, Sought to win her for Mb bride; And the basso Loved the lass eo Say and night for her he sighed. The demeanor Of the tenor To the basso lrigid grew; And the basso, as he was so Mashed, of course grew frigid too. Anna smiled on Both -which piled on To their mutual hatred fuel; So to win her Eafaand tenor ,wore they'd fight a vocal duel. Shrieked the tenor Like a Vennor Cyclone howling o'er the plain; Sangsohfgh To outvie The bass, he split his head In twain. Growled the basso 'i ill he was so Low to hear him was a treet; Lower still he Went until he Slit the soles of both his fe?t. Charming Anna, 1 he soprano, Mourned a week for these two fellows; Then she wed the Man who fed the Wind into the org...

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. — 5 December 1885

K.ti ge.PK.f! rit H -va wwmfmwm 'p J& A' .PVffi;! -2" ,- , -. - :?.. i "W-T SSWffi tmSMsSWSm mwm -. s . i- J'-,V , -v " Tt x. i t .v f - 'Vf hV "'&' DisaDDointed. Hugh, Beverley never meant to marry. Be had been of that way of thinking for ten years or more now, and he was at present six and-thirty. His sister, Mrs. Valentine, was there fore quite safe in counting so confident ly upon his portion of the Beverley property going to her two little hoys, one of whom was hiB bachelor uncle's god child and favorite. HughBjverley had no earthly objec tion to her, thus counting. Only he sometimes wiBhed she would not make her anticipations so visible. It would be in better taste to veil them more. However, poor Clara had always been rather wor'.dly. And with this ri flec tion Beverley folded that lady's letter scented and sealed with crest and walked down the stairs of the little Tyrolean inn, where he was temporarily stopping in his wanderingc.and out upon the covered balcony, whic...

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. — 5 December 1885

wmwMm?gfmMB .'NJifp i S V X f i I V. M II 'J MIFMT. I!T B V. 3. P. JUTTCniNBOH. Tho Savior spoke in swett lone "To oue wlm, comfort needing, ilncl come to hitn with bitter moan, Bin hoftri within him bleeding. And rtill that gracious loice wo hear When our lone wnlch we're keeping, AKnin iB NinMied every fear "She is not dciul, but sleeping." O, thou who mourneFl thy lot loe, Tlie dnrlinfi that was dearest; Think of her ta n silnt nbo c. And to the Ihrone tho nearest; Think of hi r as awaiting Iheo Beyond (ho myi-Uc river, Wlnro loved ones ehall together be rorevcr Bnd forever. WHAT AID WHY. Ch, what mndo tho chimney sweep T An 1 why did the codflnh ball And why, oh why, did the peanut etondt And what makes the evening call? Oh, why Fhonld the baby farmi And why does the mutton-chop! Can you till me what makes tho cldorblow! Or what makes tho ginger pop? Say, why does the trundle bed pprlDgT And why does tho caddlo bowe fly Or whBt mean cur mado the pillow tlipt And why do the oap b...

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. — 12 December 1885

Wij ..' T A -lt'lV 4.- r: ... cww;j w . . - c&rsaFHgssa i .. ;.. - "" -r r " vf ! '72SS-ITS..J- l-KW t- 'hiij -jrmi"-m 7 v2 v 1 i ! ' V A"'' 1 h i b? " i- , ' -v & b'-! bY it n TEAEIiT STJSSCS,ITI035T, $2.00. SEYENTH YEAR. For President-Elect in 1888, General Jolixi A.. Logan, OF ILLINOIS. Colby wants .1 cemetery. Dighton has six practicing phy sicians. Carlisle is the national house speaker. There are still 3,500 acres o school land unsold in Lane county, vocif erates the Ha aid. The wink of that Eye is more lively sinco the intended starting of a new Republican paper has been announced at Oberlin. Senator Sherman was elected president' 0 tan. of the national senate. Only Cleveland's form between him and the presidency. The Courier has heen shown a couple of counterfeit silver dollars, of a lot of some fifteen found on a farm not far from Beloit. Topeka is booming, the Capital claims That organ declares that on Thursday of last week more business was transacted in that city...

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. — 12 December 1885

i lBf,T EL ,,gggM'',Ml''M,''''",'',M'll'',MI',','IIM President's Message. Ib ttc Cor-gras ojlht United Stales: Your assembling is clouded by a sease of public bereavement caused by the recent and eudden death of Thomas A. Hendricks, vice president of the United States. His distinguished public ser vices, his complete integrity and devo tion to every duty, and his personal vir tues, will find an honorable record in his country's history. Ample and repeated E roofs of the confidence in which he wab eld by his countrymen, were manifest ed by his election to ofl5ces of the most important trust and highest dignity, and at length, full of years and honors he has been laid at rest amid universal sorrow and benediction. The constitution which requires those chosen to legislate for the people, to an nually meet in the discharge of their solemn trust, alEO requires the president to give to congress information of the state of the union, and to recommend to their consideration such measures as...

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. — 12 December 1885

fejv -,-w LiSJfc a v i r ll- """ "" 4 fV - J-. N8 -J? rrfiie'FPlitA,J 1 AHSIO i?mTl)r J- -1 i '-"'1 r .'I i I' ii'. .rj. .&ZV - ,3C- wn "3 .AJRXX STTBSCBIPTION $2.00. SEVEiNTH TEAR. WA-KEENEY WHOLESALE .AJNTD IRET-AJCL. W. S. HARRISON, Proprietor. Bologna Sausage & Pressed Corn Beef a Specialty. Tho Trade Supplied. Best Prices Paid for Cattle and Hogs KELLEY & AGENTS Buekeye Reaper and Mower, Keystone Corn Planters, Horse Eake3, Wear & Deere's Plows and Cultivators, Springfield Superior Grain Drill. CEMENT, LIME and PLASTER PARIS, PLOW AND WAG0H-W09D STOCK, Shdf Ufj i y m? ins, Steel ii Slass. Franklin Street, - - WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. AT THE OLD STANDV Will in the- Future as in tho Past, keep a full supply of CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS. Also, Qaeerare. Horn, Fcefl, Stoneware, Confectioneries, cigars ai Tobacco. A liberal Share of the Public Patronage is Solicited. COME AND SEE US. WEWILLTRY AND MAKE IT TO YOUR INTERST TO COME AGAIN. B. "WAGNER & CO., -DEALERS IN- hptt...

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. — 12 December 1885

Wl p ;, &rV ,. , .'?&&& f .V35S?, V " i-.V X3E"VV , ' "' f 3 -.- V. ry -i'" r v . p, tw :: m PIONEER Geo. I. Verbeck; y&R J i. 1 'v -5. -; -vs5-.;' Christmas Ml GROCERIES. GRAIN AND FEED. CALICOES. ."' ii '' LUMBER; v Tii oia. i A M ! !- .53 Goods! : GUn Tua Sets, $10to$15. GENTS' SMOKING SETS, COLORED GLASS SETS, CHILDEN'S TEA SETS, AND : Silver Plated Knives and Forks FOR THE LITTLE ONES. WESTERN KAS. WOELD. W. S. TILTON, . Editor. Saturday, December 12, 1885. VAIK FROTHING. The New York Nation, which seems to pride itself on knowing the innermost recesses of American pol itics, possibly feels by this time a certain degree of embarrassment consequent upon a thing that has happened since its issue of Decem ber 3. That paper then, in an article of some length, opened with this sen tence: A queer phase of the Logan campaign for the presidency of the senate is the fresh re elation which it makes oE the ruling passion of the Blame mind to "work" for every office whi...

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. — 12 December 1885

KBBHHHV1S9nRSnRSnHKHmHrKiK "V iSa-G&i Igasfi "tr-'" &?" v-JiT.- r ' J S i. i &&&? J Si IT 1 '. .r k "' in 4 6. r4 LAND RACKET AT WA - We have now opened our Office in our new building, on the EAST SIDE OF FRANKLIN STREET, Where we can be found at all times, ready to sell c:h::e To all that may oall upon us. those who BUY YOUR LAND Of and DO YOUR LOCATING with those who can show you what you want. We are OP BOTH SAW AND In this and adjoining counties, as well as in other portions of the state. We have lands to suit the many, both with money and without. HOMES MM POOR AS WELL AS We have not all the good land, (as some will tell you,) but a goodly portion of it. We do not wish to tell you every section is watered, for it is not, but we have a few well watered sections, and the rest can be supplied with pure well water. Our lands are mostly level, and well adapted for either grazing or agriculture. We use our own name, and that of no other agent, in order to do busin...

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. — 12 December 1885

smmsL f35S33f?a mw'-mmw'wmMimmmmimmm, Bft8S3K5J&fgl ; Kj&&mi& tpv: A."4t -W. StJ. i H r. t ' a tSi e?. .;. i PBESIDEST'S MEhSA6E.-ontinced. were classified aa follows: Army inva lids, 241,243; widows, minor chil dren and dependent relatives of deceased soldiers, 78.841; navy invalids, 2,745; navy widows' minor children and dependents, l,923;Burvivors of the war of 1812, 295; and widows of those who served in that war, 81. About one man out of two of those who en listed in the late war are reported as receiving pensions, exclusive of the de pendents of deceased soldiers. On the first of July, 1875. the number of pensioners was 23,821,and the increase within the ten years, next there after was 110,304; while there is no ex penditure of public funds which the peo ple more cheerfully approve than that which is made in recognition of the services of our soldiers living and dead, the sentiment underlying the subject should not be vitiated by the introduc tion of any fraudu...

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. — 12 December 1885

fppr vsm5T -i- -.ir-v 'f. Art - iif s ,- PPSSPW5 r s - ' & - - -JC F'fiS ? 'fwnMrTmnnnratirvn furnish fh mnnt 'Jiwnlsble pretext for a protective policy 7? . .withm these limitations. As certain .re- U( .- (taction should be made in cur customs Bvenne, toe amount or such reuuction -wMsrane been determined, the inquiry 1$ r f fcllnvi vhprn rnn it. best ha remitted. rV Mid what ancles can best be exempted 'from dnty in the interests of our citizens. ,. TneTednction should be made in the .revenue derived from a tax upon the im ' sported necessaries of life. We thus di; .itctlylessen the cost of living in every family of the land, and extend to the 'people in every humble home a larger Measure of the rewards of frugal indus try. NATIONAL BANKS. Thiring the year ended November 1st, 1885, one hundred and forty-five nation albankB were organized, with an aggre gate capital of $16,938,000. Circulation Botes have been issued to them amount- ing to $42,749,100. The whole number of these b...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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