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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 February 1886

?,.?' &1HNr .J-r f Rrt t- i !?: f io W &t y KI&& " .Wrf-J " Kti'X? I - V ! 7 Facts Abont Western Kansas. Oaklet, St, John Co., Kan., ) February 1, 1886. St.' John county is in tho "western part of tho Wa-Keeney land district, and is one ot tho finest counties for land in western Kansas. The Kansas division of the Union Pacific railway runs through the county from cast to "west, and near est the north sido of tho county. Tho following stations aro on tho road: Oak ly, (formerly called Cleveland, or Car lisle,) Monument Siding, Monument Sta tion, Gopher and Sheridan ; all of which aro in fine localities surrounded by fine coun try, and destined to become nice towns in the near future. St. John counly is thirty by thirty-sis miles square, and contains 1,080 square miles or sections, making 691,200 acres of land. Tho land grant to tho U. P. railroad company extends a distanco of twenty miles on either sido of tho railroad, and includes every odd, or alternate, section, e...

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. — 27 February 1886

?gS 5rm- Wrat asP9KSS?Hlii: v Kl.O " I'jWUJ"'' t .- rrj- . -- . v-sa- iit.-, ; . - i - ' c -. .vJ.t wwi - - vi."3. -rf -.V s ST Ss. - I i BsV . w -,SsW V "iBKBT riv-.niKLattn- -ojlsBsaBsl tf Jf . f? J 0rV8- e ' - . vf SAT sna-AJE&zZ" subscbiptiou, S2.00. , EiGJITH TJ3AIL , For President-Elect in 1S88, OF ILLINOIS. The subject of timber planting is noticed considerably by the Ellis Revxrv;. A SKTTMgii m Sott county pro poses a county fair next fall. Wallace Register. He ou?ht to have it There was a big wolf hunt up in Norton county last Tuesday. The center of tho circle rested on the Prairie Dog. 2so guns were used bv the hunters. The potato is mainly carbon, and has but little mammal value. This is a hint at the usolessness of leaving rotten potatoes on tho ground for manure. The cow that drops her calf in February, says the Nebraska Cultivator, if she is w ell housed and fed, -will pay a third more profit than one that drops her calf in Mav or June. W. E. Kowe, Ave catch from t...

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. — 27 February 1886

raRWFySiw1 v3fc "ssKR're. w.gi-;sr-p-&r -fc ; - O.SP t:s83.-ir XT Vj.-AMWJ ., sv ?& K-l. - ?$ Xl. rs T k5f 4jv V- 1 rr " -i ' '-a:1- p 'ii ,ij !V & ws& i ' :Afi& V .Sj&a. t fJlF -TT n :t i"1 v V tt .w r- Tfc Hv UJ T '& tr.n Rip. ?y ?- . f1f .2& " -c . 3 5.fe ti Vw" j LAWS PASSED. - The following la comnleLe Hat of tho Weasures enacted into laws at the special fcestionof the legislature. All but some alf dozen take effect on their being pub lished in the official state paper. The. date at the end of each act shows the time they era signed by tho governor. No bills were etoed. 8. B. 1, in relation to railway corporations, laid iinthortsing and confirming change of gunge In certain rases and monicipal aid in srch cases. reomary 3d, 8.11.25, nnthorizing tho board of county com TnissioDcra of Washington county to provide a fend and appropriate tho same for the purpose J bntlding county buildings in said county. February 3d. 8. B. 41, ceding jurisdiction 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. — 27 February 1886

232 w JO-1 ;,-.?E ' Z. ' - vsi . '- rr . r r " -s. " -"-&& . V? W V: m Y. i K 65 & 'It Yearly Svitosoription, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAR. GENERAX NEWS. DOMESTIC. .News has been received from La Junta, N. M. of , the killing of eight Mexican sheep herders. Eight of Solomon Lora's sheep herders had a fight with a band of Apaches on the Little Colo rado river in Afizona, which resulted in the killing of all the former. Major Worms came in from La Junta and stated that a posse had gone iti pursuit of the murderers. Mexicans incline to the belief that the killing was not done by the Apaches, but by the cowboys. The feeling between the cowboys and the sheep herders has been very bitter, owing to disputes over grazing grounds. A strike commenced at Terre Haute, lud., among the yardmen and brakemen of the Evansvillo and Terre Haute and Belt rail roads, who demand an increase of wages from .$1.."j0 to 1.7.". per day. They claim that the latter rate is paid at Terre Haute and other northe...

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. — 27 February 1886

:THE OLD PI ONEER STORE OF GEO. I. VERB ECK.i PK-J sh&i :r li m k j J pa SrZ,' '1 IV & '1 ML ia SK .' &i J rt ... lV Christmas Goods! Cia Tea Sets, $loto.$15. GENTS' SMOKING SETS, COLORED GLASSSETS, CRILDEN'S TEA SETS, AXD- ilver Plated Knives and Forks -FOIl THE LITTLE ONES. WESTERN KAS, WORLD. FFICIAL PAPER QF TREGO COUNTY. W. 8. TLTON, Editor. Satubdayebrcary 27, 1886." It cost a young man six dollars to become hilarious and ba-d, the other day, in Norton, the Com icr tells. WbAY the very least, Hays City pot getting a north and south railroad UJtV0 spnng, "mil not injure Wa-Jieeney vflny. TnERE is what you might call, a svar-to-the-hilt breeze bloiving between the Wallace Register and the Oakley s Opinion. Peace-maker is our name. Call on us if ive are not needed. It is claimed that hogs and chick ens are cured of cholera and horses of pinkeye by diluting carbolic acid, and jnixing in feed two drops for a chicken, four for, a pig, -and ten. or twelve for a horse. The...

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. — 27 February 1886

"V-?'''235 'W? irlBegT,'iy vgaaHeBrgasmmmmmW -..&, ' !" i i-r rXs SP X' 1 h Thomas Caddiek IS STILL HANDLING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. Is jusfc receiving a large assortment of Dry Goods, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of t don't want to brag, yet the only store in Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all they .call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. KELLEY & -AGENTS BUCKEYE REAPER aid MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIR&DEER'S PLOWS and CULTIVATORS. SPRINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL Horse Places. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PLOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Franklin Street, I Am On 3S3imz?SS&&suBSSs&iS MAXWELL & CO'S, THE EXCLUSIVE FLOUR OF "W-AXKEEISJ-E-Z-, WHERE CAN BE FOUND AT AM, TIMES A Choice Assortment of CORN, OATS, ROLLER PROCESS FLOUR, RYE FLOUR, GRAHAM FLOUR, &-&A3SS- -A.3STD Store in West Room of Grand LAWRENCE & HjXjIj, AT THE OLD STAND. Will in the ...

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. — 27 February 1886

.,, jg& T "iV. ? r ". 1,1 j .yp v ? err r ssT' h" f ',- w. ifi LV I 2H KKs; -m& : "tat -jr 'f.K ! ft H . A - I '"& ) 3HE SABBATH CHIME. W1?8 begotten Ere the -worlds began to be He is Alplui and OSegaT rt&UK.?onrc?' ending He. And $ that iSw been, And that future years shall see, .Kvennore and evermore! AtHis -word the worlds were framed! Evermore and. evermore!. v . jcnow. i children. y law to endless woe, juay not henceforth die and perish In that dreadful Rulf below. Evermore and evermore! This is He whom seers in old time Chanted of with one accord: Whom the voices of the prophets Promised in their faithful word; Now He shines, the long-expected; Let creation praise its Lord: Evermore and evermore! O'ro heights of heaven adoro Him, Vngel hosts His praises sing; All dominions bow before Him And extol our God and King; Let no tongue on earth be silent Every voice in concert ring, Evermore and evermore! '- Thee let old men. The let young men, Theo let boys in chorus...

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. — 27 February 1886

Wffri t&& ' ,t. jtvT - " ' jv,;" K ? t gfe-KtSi , t T t0) ; c:. re a, y. yet r :JS.v22S&i ,- ISr"'f & is lie r? - s 0 z& :-t. the state house. h Report of the legislative committee. r Those of our readers who have care fully read the legislative proceedings Trill remember that early in the session, , -the committee of state affairs, of the two houses were instructed to examine into alleged irregularities in the repairs to the old senate chamber. The committee reported yesterday, accompanying this report, the evidence taken in the examination. The evidence was not read but ordered printed, -with the re port itself. As the -whole will make a pamphlet of a hundred pages or over it will not bo printed till some time to-day. "We are enabled however to lay the report before onr readers this morning. It is as follows: KEPOKT. Mr. Speaker Your committee on state affairs, to whom was referred house concurrent resolution No. 10, to investi gate the remodeling of the east w...

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. — 27 February 1886

'5HT H ' ' ' wf ' . fe" -TS ,W . ,'cVJ,J''A,itlfiJW M6Tssj ' Xfc'"' 7PiS-' & i "7 . f i5- JTTAfl te0' fjfcrc rH fcagp8P38g&1 -?2i -. P r 5 ", - "iii?S n Jfg- Js jy-r,? i54iaLc"3J rr. KJ.iS,.,r ' r. . F2 - rr .. a k-? ' -r lyi ift s C-f w Ifji -: ' lt4 , ' -JCt-A. Kfc r?v. J , .-- w SCIENTIFIC SKETCHES. CIENCE, THE BASIS OP CIVILIZED XIPE, BROUGHT WITHIN THE- VISION OF ALL "VniO "WILL BEAD. Itefortcd Solely jor The Western Kansas World. Invisible GLom3.-Oh the recent En glish tests ot lighthouse 'illumiaants was "brought out tho curious fact of great pSactical as well as scientific interest that remarkablo changes in j;he transpar pnoy of the air occur without any visible haze or mist Invisible cloiids seemed to float by, obscuring the lights for a time; and it sometimes happened that while the distant French lights showed with un abated brilliancy, the experiment aHights, only a mile and a quarter away, had lost jane-fourth to one-third their power. as AEIAXION- IN GltANITE....

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. — 6 March 1886

gapil?10a&S W smztmm . . . . .. .. . . .. .-. ... -. r- r e-JS fe&as . Iff X&& lit Ld -&j&gm '' .r ,g iW S J &&S r sa -- j& v 1 pr r i r- 2ETE.I&Xi"Z STTBSCBIPTIOU, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAR. For President-Elect in 1888, 0-.ej3.eral Jolxxi -A.. Logan, OP ILLINOIS. La Ceosse carpenters are all busy, ttio CAvtrV chimes. The Dighton Journal asserts that Fellows, the tvifo murderer, should be banged without the benegt of clergy. That may be. The brute, though, is be yond the palo of any benefits on this earth. Tiie Alton Empire has changed to a 6-column quarto. Stockon Record.' Changed from a 7-column quarto. That other apostle of Prohibition, alias the Manhattan Nationalist, has done precise ly the same thing. Taking it on its face, the talk about the election of Comrade McDivitt as commander of the Department of Kansas being the result of a promise on bis part to oppose McCabe for state au ditor, is the most supremely foolish story which any one ever d...

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. — 6 March 1886

!?av. ." - -Hi frG& &- - -;vt& Sf! T "is: J, v. Jt4 u IV Hi -y 4 m & -v It rf' T; . J Jr i &: STATE NEWS. "v. Newsy Notes Gleaned From the Kansas Press A boy named Eugene Conway, aged ten years, was smothered to death in a corn bin at an elevator in "West Atckinson the other day. The boy had been about the elevator all day playing, and he was not missed until a load of corn was drawn off at a chute; the chute choked after a time, and one of the men who were attending it, knowing that there had been a sack in the bin above, took an iron book and tried to pull it out. Instead of a oack, he pulled out the boy's shoe, having torn the lacing with the hook. This caused some alarm, and the three men present at once went to work to open the chute, when the body of young Conway was found. The coroner and the relatives of the boy were summoned, and an inquest was held, resulting in a verdict that the boy had come to his death by asphyxia. He had probably got into the bin a...

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. — 6 March 1886

wsimmmmmfsmsmm V.?. - & .44 &, I Pi '$ . ', -M-.r 1 V. . 3 iJ . r - iM" "5Tear,ly Su.to3orijptioxi, $2.00. STOCK F'A.R.lrisrQ- THE BASIS Olf OTXK, rNTDXJSTK,IBS. riaKnMw. ir 3p a mires Aim; jckvi.wj ' n a- HH vis mm mm m$ I"-- EIGHTH YEAR. GENERAL NEWS. DOMESTIC. George Graham confesses to the murder of his wife whom ho killed at Springfield, Mo., and where ho is now lying is jail. He starts put by saying that the confession is made in order to save innocent persons, cur tail the inquest, and save further expense to the county. For himself, he says, ho has no excuse or apology to offer. He then exon erates Mrs. Malloy and Cora Lee from all complicity in, or knowledge of the crime. He says he told them that he had never been remarried to his first wife after she obtained a divorce from him; that his second wife had implicit confidence in him, and she believed that this was no impediment to their marriage. Hib first wife wrote him from Fort Wayne, saying that she knew of his s...

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. — 6 March 1886

:n '-?- -7 THE OLD PI ONEER STORE OF GEO. I. VERB ECK.1 & 1 ?sfl,- El f ErS w V fcjt s H' ' i l uTi , b$ m& KM Ji'C " '!. T-" ifi?t . iSFStf Chri STMAS Goods! -fain. Tea Sets, $10to$l5. GENTS' SMOKING SETS, !" COLORED GLASS SETS, CHILDEN'S TEA SETS, AND Silver Plated Knives and Forks FOR THE LITTLE ONES. WESTERN KAS. WORLD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUNTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, March 6, 1886. .EIGIITII YEAR OF THE WORLD. Ope week ago to-day the Western Kansas "Would bewail the eighth jear of its life. It has not lived these years m Tain, it witnesses now tno almost r pliaaomenal prosperity of its readers in " "Western. Kansas. This prosperity is born of j-ears of storm, vexation and suf fering. The golden gleaming of the present, as a generally-fair proposition, makes us all friends. As a community, wa have, in this region laid the perma nent seat of one of tho grandest civiliza tions ever imagined. As friends of a common cause, it is our prerogative to lend our com...

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. — 6 March 1886

IWBPa K'5i2S'5sSSESsjH A r- - if v t.- -.j sajyRv5. SSF3SR?P , ... MM K" 5 I? i m Iff f ifefr L ' ilJ Thomas IS STILL HANDLING Is just receiving a large assortment of ry G-oocis? GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of I don't want to brag, yet the only store in Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all they call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. KELLEY & -AGENTS BUCKEYE REAPER aid MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIR & DEER'S PLOWS anfl CULTIVATORS. SPRINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL. Horse PLafees. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PIOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Franklin Street, I Am On 'KKkr MAXWELL & CO'S, THE EXCLUSIVE GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED STORE of -rcr.A.-iKEEisnErs-, WHERE CAN BE FOUND AT AIL TIMES A Choice Assortment of CORN, OATS, HOLLER PROCESS FLOUR, RYE FLOUR, GRAHAM FLOUR, BR-AJST -A-IsTX) Store in West Room of Grand L-A.-W:R.E2SraE & H-A-LH., AT THE OLD mil in the Fnlnre, as i...

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. — 6 March 1886

:WiP E&vEmsmmrJmm&i - - - . i " r r'Nw1 jr-ar jt' jt "t -ttT " 2.:rwc-MrT'9t1 t-wAA25Sr HIVT3 S''-'-tv JigJF'l Vfi-&'7.Sj.'5,.'i-&.Vi1.-'S 'ry-9P- "T33 V- - CT-ii-jy-Or. iCt, , . , . tf5 . i tv "C(t t - -t ' -v 4- V 1V ; K m uT-fl ,? ,if-' ,. nesssMHii YOtTB COMING. know not, love, how first yon found me, What instinct led you here; know the world has changed around mo Bine once you came so near. I yield a thousand claims to nourish this, At last the dearest hope, the nearest tie; And looking bnt to ou for happiness, Happy am L How lightly passed the maiden leisure That youth and freedom chose. The careless days of peace and pleasure, The nights of pure repose ! So swift a touch could set the tune amiss ! Bo brief a shadow blot the morning sky ! Tet if the heart be made for happiness, Happy am I. O love, your coming taught me trouble; Tour parting taupht me pain. My breath grew quickmy blood ran double .It leaped in every vein. it ah ! has Time outdone the lovers las...

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. — 6 March 1886

sppps PK t wu i& 1 W iv - fr Ite wc & tMSECB OF IJOX.PKESTOX B. PI.TJMB, w 1 iflr S?ji r li- LC. & w i&r Xa the Senate of Hie United States, Frlilaj, "-j February , iu. Iter UQUie mil iq. i: ; 10 proviuo iur me au-r-missioa of the 6tnte of Dakota into the Union and for tho organization of the terri- ;- tory of Lincoln: Mr. Plumb said: Mb. Phesident: I do not wish to detain the senate at this lato hour to any consider able length, nor in fact to make a set speech on this subject after the very thorough aaiiner in which it has been discussed by 'the senators on both side:' of the chamber; but there are some facts bearing upon the attitude of parties to this question which seem to have been overlooked in the- discus sion and which I think are pertinent to it that I shall be glad to bring to public atten tion. So much has happened since 1861 that the memories of very few persons go back to thai very important period in the history of the country. So manv important events...

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. — 6 March 1886

IPlJ4p5twp"S 3ir fr m.";.' i. " " ; rftPfiS' Kt - ? SJ 5S 4? j ?? j&-S 'J7& Ury "-! el ttff & m 9A' i& 9 -' Ir.nsi-' Ry0 ;,-iiP- smc a Jfc-i. w r- s 3tf' " 8 7y 1A. , w0 r idfV & hN. :l 1P r -V 1 jw - fe nl 23 V is 1 lsK' ; ; SCIEKT1F1C SKETCHES. SCIENCE, THE BAMS OP CIVffilZZD IJTE, BEOUGHT "WITHnr THE VISIOK OF ALIi WHO WILIi BEAD. Reported Solely or The Western Kansas World. TooiASxe Lakes. Prot Schwalbe .has drawn the attention of the Berlin Physical Society to two interesting phe nomena observed in the gypsum of the Southern Hartz, viz: the sinking of rivereoften accompanied by lond up roar, and the occurrence of intermittent lakes. The so-called "Peasants' Ditch," near Eosslan, was, in the last century, as the old contracts between the two neigh boring villages prove, sometimes a lake serving one village for fishing purposes, find sometimes dry land, which was then tilled by the other village. Several channels at the bottom of the lake lead to the interior ...

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. — 13 March 1886

.C-3MpR-7-TJ wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi!&E& ppfSi 57' ifj .r v . s. 2-: A. .3 5 "? t , - J- 2&I 1 iVil tk'i S-E-A-ISIiir SXTSSCiaiFTI02S3", S2.00. STOCK ZF-fiLlE&IMriElSrG- TH3 BASIS OS1 0"U"IE5 I2STXTJSTK.IES- SI3STC2-IjS COPT, 5 CE2STTS i;..-ffg.'mri '-MymWjfiittF'jfWwiLiMiZrL. tLtSmmr.. sac.'- .-ttm " w w- . --yr at' y itffT ijrr - : ---r-'j r t , - TK- --..- -" .. , - Tsi w h. ilk rfe- J5? H Ik- F .5.- .Lis EIGHTH -YEAH. For President-Elect in 1888. Oeneral Jolixi -A.. Logan OP ILLINOIS. It is claimed that a sufficient amount of money to establish a daily mail line between Oakley and Colby has been subscribed. - Colby is said to be making a rampant demonstration to secure the re moval into her lap of the government Jand office from Oberlin. Colby averages to be either cute or fast. Arthur W. Rumsey. of New Kiowa, Kansas, has invented a prairie fire extinguisher. Mr. Eumsey is the philanthropist that a sorely-afflicted peo ple in western Kansas have been longing for t...

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. — 13 March 1886

esxr? &g?3 r g-p nr : "&5Zrri i,-au W. -l ?- - C ? r-r. - 3& V ! :rj m- &. y y &.v s W r UNDER THE MAGNOLIAS. Jir down their western way. A winding forest path invites my feet. Low winds are calling from thedewy aisles; JAef ore me lies the heron's dim retreat, Jl maze of leafy miles. Some power occult so moves me that I cross The eleeping garden where bananas lean, And win, through hoary oak groves droped with moss, , The woodland's wide demesne. .A mocking bird salutes me as I go. An oriole greets me as I prets along; T feel in all my veins a quickening glow, Companioned thus by Bong. Through interlacing boughs of pino and palm 1 catch brief glimpses of a turquoise sk; Below, as softly as an evening psalm, The river ripples by. I gain ere long the royal forest's heart. And pause, where proud magnolias lift in etate Their wealth of blossoms, whose pale petals part ,8weetly inviolate. Here, in the oarly legendary days, Besides these mighty, time-def jing boles. G...

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. — 13 March 1886

if Rff SBfesfV 3- -v-. t,e"v-S v " "liit "' ;c JB . Jtf jVPVflk m li'' II If. e r?- If- i r . tf m '5 he. . - UTeBurly Su-tesoriptioxi, $2,00. EIGHTH YEAR. GENERAL NEWS. DOMESTIC. Attorney General Montgomery, law officer of the interior, has written to Senator In galls in reply to the comments of the latter on his speech, relative to Mr. Montgomery's position on the school question. In his let ter Montgomery says: "I am not u little surprised to tind that in order to make good yonr opposition to my confirmation yoo ap pear to have thought it 'incumbent on you not to confine yourself to objecting to what I said in my pamphlet, but to many things which I never said at any time, nor in any place. If the sentiments contained in the pamphlet I sent you had in your opinion constituted at sufficient objection to the confirmation of my appointment, you could scarcely have deemed it necessary to supple ment the objection by a series of quotations from a false and anonymous pamphlet; neither ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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