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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 27 March 1886

F rswf;w-' lilted ffifigp s .. 4Tvd- r-; ?;.- . Ifc fc- Irv L.!"' r K I , '2ier, fK !i . JiLs, .; I "3tHEI.ITXtE OLD SOD SHANTY ON THE CLAI5I. Tune. "Old log cabin in tho lano. J am looking rather eeody now whilo holding down my claim. And my victuals are not always perved tho best, -And the mice play shjly 'round me as I nestlo down to sleep In my little old sod shanty in tho "West Chobds The hinges are of leather and tho windows have no glass, While tho board roof lets the howling blizzards in; 1 And I hear the hnngry coyoto as he sneaks up s through the grass, 'Hound my little old sod shanty on the claim. Yet 1 rather like tho novelty of living in this way, Though my bill of fare is always rather tame; " JBut I'm happy as a clam on this land of Uncle Bam, In my'Utlc old sod shanty on tho claim. "But when lief t my eastern homo a bachelor so gay, To try and win mr way to wealth and fame. J little thought that I'd come down to burning twisted bay. In my littlo old sod shanty on tho...

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. — 3 April 1886

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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. — 3 April 1886

vxc- 3&$!itr mafjm. 3i"lv- .AAv. t Vil Af v tajA-, - r ot- "-r - 1 1 pi ' i imii , piiiw i ii p nn 1 iiwpjmiiimp i i ?tf . rv , if, 2 by1 pv"' rv, r-i..ir, ", Lfft. H V y A v i &&' t J T 01" v ;- l THEMTTtE .K AND PEATTEB. JOSETQINE POKLAI1D. Thor wa'nt any nse o" fretting, And I told Obadiah no, Tor if we coald'nt hold on to things We'd jest cot to let them go. There were' lots of folks that'd suffer Alone with the rest of as, And itaidn't seem to be worth our while To make such a dreffie f ass. 1o he sore, the bam was most empty, An' corn an pertaters sca'ce, An' not much of anything plenty and cheap But water an' apple eass; . Hut then, as I told Obadiah, It wa'nt any use to groan, Tor flesh an' blood couldn t stan it, an' he Was nothing but skin an' bone. But, laws, if you'd only hecrd him At any hour of the night, A prayin' out in that closet there, "Twould have set you crazy quito. J patched the knees of those trousers With cloth that was no way thin, But it seemed...

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. — 3 April 1886

ksi?; &aKwasRBScassv j 'jw -t v; "f v? " -- - Lwr j ". -aaat n few'' RP.- ji1 v I'M" U f-ci L 7 v i? K "SToarly SilDSCiii3tion, 333.00. EIGHTH TEAR. GENEIJAL NEWS. DOMESTIC. In response to the senate resolution the postmaster general has informed that body that the total number of revovals of fourth-class postmasters from March 4,1885, to March 3, 188C, -was 3,G45, divided among the several states and territories, as follows: Alabama 56 Arizona 9 Arkansas 06 California.... 73 Colorado 33 Conneticut 100 Dakota 123 Delaware 37 Diet'ct of Columbia 1 Florida 20 Georgia 01 Idaho 14 Illinois 613 Indiana 409 Indian Territory. 0 Iowa 399 Kansas 253 Kentucky 191 Lonisana 32 Maine 292 Maryland 137 Massachusetts 127 Minnesota 121 Michigan 311 Mississippi GO MiBSoun 2S0 Montana 17 Nebraska 87 Nevada 9 New Hampshire 127 New Jersey 255 New Mexico 12 New York 1013 North Carolina 130 Ohio 878 Oregon SI Pennsylvania 938 lthodo Island 2T Bouth Carolina 47 Tennessee 116 Texas 74 Utah .r Vermont 12...

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. — 3 April 1886

rf ftj 8fwroB551 iXC' xmi? . fllPS if 4 ?a'- fis-Acajr.: r" T.JfllJ--. L - It JMfflW jnPHMBi .T7 T xS 4m iJt75irfJ SffV 1 iX. v.- . y h ? J?-- -vrfccrf& . ?&T5B . ff .- r -V v4"' jK54E" &? Z' :$ Wf v- IV J-' .VJ 73 ' sSH.yiS!.J.i 7 T" -- . ,Rr,Bi? , - - - r- " M V hV fc& " N. -Ji &7 f V :k ..- 'fesSb w . : j'. ' K Vff a1 ft L r K, W t Y V f STpH KAS. WOBLD. jjfefrlflsft f APEH 0F TREGO COUfiTT. fW- - frfrtor. Saiubday, April 3, 1888. It may bea little late, but we filaimtobeinthering yet for the pur pose of extending the eincerest congrat ulations to our friend Kfeist, of the Qakley Opinion on the advent of his mar riage. One o the best, if not the best, . counties financially in Kansas is Trego, having redeemed her last dollar of out standing bonds. Lcnoia Leader. Thus it is that the Woeld, by "its vigilance in stating facts, places in the hearts of the people the impress of Trego county's condition. Deacon Burnett, of the Buffalo Park Pioneer, has struck 'his f...

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. — 3 April 1886

mgmwmmmmmmmm''SSS grMr J-JO W.tJV5 i -tt vt ki-vV I. hi '1 h 9 Ii !, 9Ui L Jr i te r (fe. c.- fef Thomas IS STILL HANDLING Is justreceiving a large assortment of Dry G-oocLs, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of I don't want to brag, the only store in Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all thev call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. KELLEY & -AGENTS BUCKEYE REAPER and MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIR & DEER'S PLOWS M CULTIVATORS. SPRINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL Horse Pisils.es. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PIOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Franklin Street, I Am On -I "T T-WBgWH" ir-g I' . MAXWELL & CO'S, THE EXCLUSIVE GRAIN, FLOUR TVHEHE CAN BE A Choice Assortment of CORN, OATS, HAY and all kinds of MILL FEED. EOLLEB PROCESS FLOUE, RYE FLOUR, GRAHAM FLOUR, BRAN jA-Trr SHORTS. Store in West Room of Grand AT THE Will in the Future, as in CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS. . -ALSO- CUEENSWARE,...

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. — 3 April 1886

SBWiHRmjaiBfeijRraaBDgs A- .i3S "' J.' -. t T' v;g' '- J TT " " ' H ry-ig " -i faH." pV in?' V 8.?, ti(V - Erne 3 .1 fV r& :'iK v ,M'' ' h I" t fc P 'fc m;b KZz & E3& ri.-ft.V-. $ K llJ- -a V" S' Ai THE HOMESTEAD. Against the -wooded bills stands, Ghost of a dead Lome, staring throngh Itebreken lights on wasted lands Where old-time harvests grew. TJnplowed, nnsown, by scythe nn6hcrn, The poor, forsaken farm-fields lie, Once neb and rife with golden corn And pale green breadths of rye. Of healtbf nl herb and flower bereft, The garden plot no housewife keepc; Throngh weedf and tangle, only left, The snake, its tenant, creeps. A lilac spray-, once blossom-clad, Sways bare before the empty rooms; Beside the roofless poarch a sad Pathetic red rose blooms. His track, in mold and dnst of drouth, On floor and hearth the squirrel leaves, And in the fireless chimney s month His web the spider weaves. The leaning barn, about to fall, Resounds no more on husking eves; No cattle low ...

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. — 3 April 1886

i x - - ir-f '! , i 2 ?. . ft. Y-- P & I V-J h ; t & STOCK AND FARMING Information Concerning Hie Principal "" IntcrcsU of Kansas. C. L. Myers, a prominent and reliable horticulturist of Ellsworth county, in an able article in the Reporter fit that county, on fixe subject of choice fruit, strongly advisee the fanners of Kansas and all others who desire to make fruit growing a sucoesp.to buy no trees, vines or plants except such as are recommended by the State Horticultural Society. This is certainly most excellent advice. Ho further adds: It is foolish for us here to experiment with new varieties at least before we nave supplied our orcnarua with known tried kinds. All tbe sorts herein named can be had of any reliable nursery, oven with the expense of pack ing and freight added, at twelve to fif teen cents per tree. Look with suspicion upon any attempt to sell trees at high prices. Avoid "two year old .trees on four year old roots; budded apple trees that borers wont touch; ...

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. — 3 April 1886

L3S v hW3 m&mw'm?' mlur ma ti-&lim ;i . , Via-rtt 53: &' U:,. m y . SLFY? iV.Lr.M1'.' .ju.juv "ri WV 4? B&V sJ v if3 .. M, Sf (V" Vs?-'1 3 1VI i 2 Concluded Traas. Tint Page. flock was detrimental to their welfare. he thonghi about three hens with their jncreass "were enonjfh anv one season, nnd each fall and spring sell off all bnjt Vtof TlTITTlVint " By request, the subject of TIMBEB CUOTUEE Was again taken np, and discussed at wme length by Mr. Walk'ey. of Gove, -who aaid that it was-very" important to have the sol in good condition. Plow deep, very deep, and see that the soil is well puiyenzea. juontplanf too many va rieticsl Cajolpas'and peach trees won'l do. Jack rabbits eat them The Rus sian mulberry is decidedly the best tree to plant, according to his experience, and the fruit produced by the same is of great value to every family. The walnut and box-elder were also .good. These trees having tap roots, make them nrefer able above others for the timber claim....

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. — 10 April 1886

$& RSr- y ssr C fir IS IJe-r ?? fp ,. 1 1 sis AS 1; !, HAP In.)- !S Iff-, l!- It'.- It" w Ik J5 La 5L E K LV! r H SV5SASMi - W?fZfr,rj& i J3?fe -Ve f-rf iTE-E-Xiir suBSCiai-p'X'ionsr, EIGHTH YEAR. Tor President-Elect in 1888, General Joliaa. .A.. Logan OF ILLINOIS. A post-office has been established at Gove, Gove county. F. Willarton is postmaster. Larned has an inventor by the name of Geo. M. Gillett. He has been awarded a patent on a pipe wrench. Caxdlesby is the name of a new ly established post-office in Ness county. The name ol the postmaster is Chas. McCandlish. M. S. Ketch, one of Lane coun ty's oldest and liveliest citizens, has been appointed postmaster at Alamota. Long live the genial Ketch. Commissioner Sparks, the Na tional Republican suggests, ought to bo transferred to a marine bureau. He has failed so egregiously in land decisions that it is time for him to try water. It would be extremely difficult, to find any finer specimons of denunciatory eloquence than 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. — 10 April 1886

JHfi lKSSsBBgKl3SSSS ?v jj .-M3is 3tf HKK j.i. VS.V .1 3. & H "H r '& -ftfw &t -TuW"-, - " ? ifr sT V - -VSrriiL- v. 5 -T jr tfc-, t-w k - ,.j. ' SV " V . . !--- i". f5 - - - fefc-" v-vv v "t&.vms:? & s& "Y. J J 4 " ' "V "V-!" -", & K kes I i ?? ?lle "S - Tr V :a. , fv s& u'5 I. li loR" "V ? ti $ 'it lW' 3 ' A BIRTHSAT. O birthday of tho long ago, 'The joy that filled my bosom then Hut makes tho darker seem the woo With which the days now overflow. Iiikebird.in safely sheltered nest, A child within my arms was preesed, .Am 1 sipp9d life's blossoms at my breast. Tho bird to safer shelter flown, The nest is mpty, and alone I make my broken-hearted moan. Harper's Magazine. A FACE. 7f one conld have that little head of hers Painted npon a back ground of pale gold, Such as the 1 1 scan's arly art prefers ! No phadeencroachinp on the rontthlcbS mold Of tlioso two lips, which should be openings soft In the J nro profile; not as when she laughs, 3?or th t tpo...

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. — 10 April 1886

Sf7tiSVS i ' vtas-xsi"' ssctsif t - a.--.;' . .- k. r" r linn' -m. -a ? v v -r?j. w;w s &"xtzt- PW r T &.t ' 'tUH 1 K mms-fm?P . '. 1 " . 1 . J L. s I. &v i i '- lr I? fc f I- il f.S'... Si , i; m lf "Z"eXily Subscription, $S.OO, EIGHTH YEAR. GENERAL NEWS. DOMESTIC. A circular is issued to the stockholders of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe company. It sets forth that by an act of congress, passed in July, 1884, the Southern Kansas railroad company was invested with the right of locating, constructing and operat . ing a railroad and telegraph and telephone line, as well as e branch through certain por tions of the territory, in accordance with which the company located the main line running from Arkansas City, southerly, in the direction of Denison and Fort AVorth, and also located a branch from Kiowa, on the northern border of Kansas, southwest erly in the direction of Wolf creek and into the Pan-Handle of Texas, the total mileage being about 3J0 miles thus located....

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. — 10 April 1886

&S m ; -i iiPy "JfE.-,w -fi S'eSiLa ' 4&5r ?. ?V i, JK33 VOTSSEa VfKI? ,i S . & v55S.- -J. 3. -s ri"iF rpr v- 3 v J5tej - a. '?Tihr fHAg-OXJH II I II II 1 .111,1 .Mill V ts "jv aj? i P-5. s v ft m h I v- " .i, "A"" i- , 1& JWi rt r V fr 3 J t '4 jra.f .w. a. ( WESTERN KAS. WORLD. rriCUL P4PE1 op TIEfiO CODITY. 4. W. 8, TiLTON, fdifor. SXTDBDAT, APML 10, 1886. SHORT HILL CATTLE POOL. The pool members had a meeting at tikainfield last Monday. "The fence enclosing the pool grounds a ordered to be taken down as fast as possible. The organization was declared to be disbanded. The members will con tinue their business relations until after ,the spring roundup. Oar information is to the effect that jmore than seventy-five per cent of the csttje in the pool died the past winter. ' THE STSIKES. In East St. Louis the strikers continue, .in s great measure, to prevent railroad 'business. Interruptions continue at va rious points, especially in Texas. The Gould system is being o...

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. — 10 April 1886

3573 ?C-wH- i'JJ -i.T 5 Xs!5 y y .i,rA . l?fc ;"! Ifc N 15 k ir1- 3 ) jim m 4 I i so 39 l Thomas Caddick IS STILL HANDLING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. Is just receiving a large assortment of ry Goods, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of don't want to brag, 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 ahd MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, IEIR k DEER'S PLOWS iti CULTIVATORS. SPBINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL Horse Reik.es. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PLOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Franklin Street, HHHE'EsCESKElBfllEsS n ' T MAXWELL & CO'S, THE EXCLUSIVE GRAIN, FLOUR or "w.AXKE:EnsrE"5r, WHEBE CAN BE FOUND AT AIJJ TIMES A Choice Assortment of CORN, OATS, EOLLEB PEOCESS FLOUR, KYE FLOUB, GRAHAM FLOUR, BBiLN IftwlSTD SHORTS. Store li West Room of Grani AT THE OLD STAND. Will ii tie Fitire, u ii tke Put Eeep i Fil...

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. — 10 April 1886

ffWSSOT -rr 33e5Sr 5i tjg$p, &K8Fb-.V "TV . ". "Hjyv r - J? .jSi.'--. .f aecffisiifAswr?-:.! Iff ?.i Sft i " r UL i "& l ic' -SkV BABY HARKXS TKAYEK. BT MBS. F. O. DE FONTAISE. Coaie, niy darlinp, yon are tired, Knel and say.your evening prayer. Ask thatGod in Heaven may keep yon Baf e within His guardian care. Onr Father" eay it, darling, Father" framed the pouting lips Of my boy -whose golden tresses Jfell upon his finger tips. Who art in Heaven," "J echoed. Heaven" ho And the deep fringed . u la there much more 'J?? tJ.1 ??'- I is vewy tired 'c $ darhDg? 'wfhyftamo", came slowly, Jower s' Wake nr jli "lny tungaom come, i ti&riinc. almost finished. Only Md, "Thy Will be done." Jtit 'oo finish for mo mamma? ,' so "dreTul tired to-night, jDod won't know the diff enco will he, If yon turn way down the light?" "Te, my toby, I will finish." Here the deep blue eyes closed tight, Whilothe lips still faintly murmured "Dees with Dod we'll make it right." Brooklyn Magazine. AFTE...

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. — 10 April 1886

sraBBSESWPjHHR W&VK Z&W&nwiBW&W lyi mix LUilHH T J. ?WS&&S& ft'v "J ,-iv y , w . ks-s"'- ' fv' -VJ jfLc tf?s WAsr J.Viri.l "S'Vjj ' 'v t--2 ESf te- ' K $ !& 'rf to A V fc & & i :. & s&r WHAT SATS THE CI.OCK! Wbu Mrs tho clock whoa it strikes one? atSea the clock. "O, watch, little escr "What ibe clock whoa it strikes two? 'JjOTO little one, ior uou luvc-a uu ; Tell aw erftly what it whispers at three. It isTofierlitUe children to come unto mo." Then -rtfi i come, ccntle lambs, and wonder no more, ik voice of the Shepherd that calls you a tow. And oh, let your young hcarte gladly revi When it echoes bo sweetly, "God bless revive ou !"at five. And remember at six that the fading of day, That "your life is a vapor that passoth away. And what Bays tho clock when it strikes seven? "Of euch is the kinedon, the kingdom of heaven. - i-a . 4lia nlckAr vTinn if ctrjlrPB nijrht? .n;::; ;n,nhjn;fQi cater ninauuFow- . .. . , And louder, 6till loude...

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. — 10 April 1886

Nki&' Shfe-N nj xT. 1S -'? JW.. 't"?'' rrf'.v.'.nij . -. e iitJ.rSf- ftin g r,. far fcfc bvt J.4 Jf ts& ft IC' r ;vjMMB0RS9Maaii SSJT 'T-ZTXT - fc- .MBHHBMB NOTES. yr w ft3dL- , - - s yT i Biff- Showing, Bit All the fetter . JerThat. ter ffcivl y y -St. John County. Oakley Opinion, Mch. 24. -Ye understand Gopher is not willing .to remain m Iho dark any longer and. is uovr rapidly developing. Lnst Saturday the sot tiers of St. John Contor held a meeting to see if there were any jncans by "which tho cat tlo roaming about could bo removed. They finally decided to circulate a peti tion Vnd send it to the commissioners of Trego county. Jf the cattle are not re moved the settlers may as well leave. Frost Mead. At Wa-Kecuoy. Kan sas, March 18. Edward Frost, of Oakley, Kansas, and Miss Martha Mead, of Low Hock, Wisconsin, witnessed by P. L. "Wisdom, of Oakley. Kleist "Woodford. At the bride's residence, on Tuesday eening, March 25, Jvdwanl Kleist and Miss Winnie Wood "fordj both, of...

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. — 17 April 1886

m ' v i -It ,J& ii t,Jt S"4. jj Vfl( V BF H H i IbssssWSjW j M ffl H pH H I bb Ttb fLssBBBBsr'C bbmbmX sbmsbb "HH l"TsHi9SBBfiBSavV .ssliBBBBBBBBm smBTBBr sbbBbbbI sav 'sbbbbbbkH BBBBsssf i-.sBBBBBBWBBiABVBBBrH sBBBBstBBBBBsBaL s y"" Jfe ,1 VA! n r "srs-AJEaXiir STJBSciannPTioisr, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAR. For Premdent-Elect in 1888, deneral Joliaa tA.. Logaii OF ILLINOIS. WlDDOES AND MaRYMEE both live in onr neighboring Dighton. It lookfl like they ought to be able to strike a match. LADIES AND INSTITUTES. The ladies who were interested in the farmers' institute at this place last month will have no difficulty in recognizing, through the beautiful veil, that the article which appears elsewhere from the pen of Mrs. Kedzie, of the State Agri cultural College, is meant for them. The World congratulates them on "being the possessors of so handsome a tribute from so grand a woman. SIMPLE SPAHKS. Land Commissioner Sparks seems to imagine that the screws must be tight ened around the throat...

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. — 17 April 1886

jn ?PiKSSS! ivs:-i&pr - ip w ?; J& s.. rcJSfesv? --,-,-,, p. i-v : ,WW rW t'ii . " n." t I -1' . ( . P bES' . V u.' " ?i teT - j"f m t 3j 6s 1 - & sm, ussr ar WJ--' sSffifi THi: EDITOR. 'man vrho runs a paper should know every hu man caper, anu hold up the torch or knovrl ed go like & gleaming midnight taper. le shonld be profound as Fiato, pliant as a oouea potato, ana as humble to his patrons as a 6treet and crossing Bcraper. fe mnrtwrito the funny column Uiat makes his naders solemn, with the fashions, trius, ru?d flounces, furbelows and what-d'j-p ci 11-em? iuell lle cotw fiend's wild revel, sonelch and massacre the uevii, ana put on a orow 01 thunder that shall ietnfy anu appall em. He must be a news reflector of the Ijceum and lectur, and ram down ins tally torrents on the eteran milk insiector. lust be a prompt adtiser to each foreign king and kaibt-r, and keep out his key-hole Uir t-cope to dodge tlie bill collector. the 3iotiij:k's vigil. HCOHCONWAT. s A w:....

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. — 17 April 1886

.-- -.- -r-w wpW9pnpggH KaH' lit-' 1-i-x P5-H.r3V In Irl Pf- isrr t "5Tearly Svitoscription, $2,00. EIGHTH YE AB. GENERAL NEWS. DOMESTIC. Between 13.Q00 and 20,003 people held a monster demonstration in Chicago. The audience vas almost -wholly composed of men between 23 and 40, comfortably clad, and few, if any, showing a sign of liquor. The following resolution was passed: Iicbolvalf That this mas meeting of citi zens of Chicago denounces the perfidy of Jay Gould in breaking his agreement with the Knights of Labor, to settle the causes of the present strike in the southwest by arbi tration. By his letter of Sunday, March 28, last, to T. V. Powderly, general master workman of the Knights of Labor, Gould stated in substance that the grievances of the men now on a strike in the southwest railroad system would bo submitted to arbi tration. This letter was sent to I'owderly after two interviews on that Sunday at Gould's house, as part of the agreement with the Knights of Labor. In accor...

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