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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 November 1886

- i ' y "- ' !' " ' ' tgsg.Ff'" jgasstesas&asifisag' 'T-i'!"" '- ? to 4pjttmBtmm. THOMAS COUNTY OAT. PORTER & HOVEY, Publisher. COLBY. ------ KANSAS. FORBIDDEN FRUIT. My faithful dog his actions fairly talk Gamboled about me on our morning walk, And being frivolous, for be was young; Pursued, with flying' feet and noisy tongue. Oh circling birds that skimmed along the ground, And mocked with whistles shrill the baying hound, lie snapped at files, slow buzzing in the air. And chased the chirping crickets here and there; At length with sudden leap, in merry play. He caught a hornet, passing by that way. And let him go again, and moaned and sighed. And scraped his jaws along the ground and cried. And shouted "Fire." as adog might shout, And ran before the wind, and put about. And shrieked, and gnawed the trees, and snapped and rolled. Panted and shivered, as with heat and cold. And would not frisk, nor luugb, nor bound, nor play. And was not happy any more that day. 'Ala?." I s...

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. — 18 November 1886

v I". -, lj I k f- i ij tff THOMAS COUNTY OAT. PORTER ft HOVEY, Publishers. COLBY. ---."--. KANSAS. A PESTERED LITTLE MAID. Was over a soul so pestered: dear me, what fclnill I do? J thought tliere -was none like Robin, and loved linn real and true: I tho-isrlit there was none like Robin, but now that Jamie's here. 1 look at HoIjIii iinU Jamlu, und both of them nre dear! And whether the old or new love wins, I cHiina tell us yet, Alack! Awed! I'll wait and see which way my heart shall set! "Was ever a soul so worried? I would na do a wronjr: .But there is Robin and Jamie I cannato botli belong: "Yet when u-wulkinjj with Robin, I think him the 11 nest lad. And when Jamie comes n-wooinjr, Tcanna for lout' lie sad! -And whether the old or new love wins, I can n a tell as yet. Alack! Aweel! I'll wait and see which way my heart shall set! "Was ever a soul so beat about? I dinna, canna see. How that Hobin and Jamie can both belong' tome! Tor Robin'a like the sunshine with eyes of sunny Ht...

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. — 18 November 1886

& 'ZfrfpfwuWW1 '.'gGg ?"-?s.' -ptt- .a3 THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. W. G. PORTER, Editok. A CHANCE. Thanking the jeople who have so liberally patronized u, I herebj' bid adiew to the Cat. I feel that othor duties will occupy my time sufficient ly, and hoping the Same liberality will be extended to Mr. Porter, my suc cessor and ex-partner, I bid the Cat readers au affectionate farewell. Chas. M. Hoyey. The Cat will exert every endeavor to make it the best paper in Western Kansas, and to increase its present circulation of over 1,200 to 2,000 at least, within one year. Attention is particular! called to the job office of the Cat. &200 worth of new type has just been added, and we can do the best job work and on shortest notice, having Ihe best workmen and best equipped office to be found any "where. Hearty cppieciation is extend ed for past favors to the Cat, and we hope to receive as many in. the future. W. O. Pouter. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. r'rccceciir.s...

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. — 18 November 1886

1 , f !: J fi y SO, F I THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., "Publishers. Snow. Cold weather. Lots are selling fast. Subscribe for the Cat. Winter is close at hand. Colby is growing fast now. Colby is to have a fourth bank. Turkeys in demand for the 23tk. Final proofs are increasing again. Land near town in great demand. The Cat lias a circulation of over 1200. "Will Sager was up from Oaklev 'Mon day. John D. week. Bean is on the sick list this J. J. Jordan was over from Eustis Sat urday. Everybody job work. goes to the Cat office for ,yr All take a pride in Colin-, and try to build it up. D. It. Ball is back to his homestead just west of town. The Windsor lias a stove at last in the dining room. C.vr only 1,30 per year, and 7.1i gents for bis months. Two inches of snow fell Thursday last, but soon melted. Take the Cat fyr all the latest news all over thacounty. The Cat lias the best equipped office in Western Kaus:is. The Cat office does the best job work smd in shot test...

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. — 18 November 1886

5?5ISw55???PPfsP8 "y. ?t?y&t BELIGIOUS BEADING. GOD'S WAYS ARE BEST. 3 passed a palace in the sort gray lijrht Of morn. A watcher sat witti bated breath. And strove to brook the stern decree of death; . . .. he had for victory battled through .the i night. 2 did not wonder when I saw how grand Her idol was. The glossy, clinging hair AH lay in life-like ringlets, hero and there. On his dead brow. How could she hiss the Hand .That took from her a lov'd. and only child ! She prajed: "O God, how couldt Thou take ray hoy? Tve lov d, and praised, and worshipped Thee, in joy. Since childhood's happy hours; and Thou bast smiled " Upon my pathway ever. Knowest Thou. Just o"er the way, a household lies o'er- tilled With children small? If Thou hadst only willed .And placed Thy cold, white stamp upon the brow "Of one of thee, I'm sure hu'fl notbcmissel. That household is with poverty oppressed: And then, the last born is but dull at bet: We could not mourn if Death that brow had kissed." C...

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. — 18 November 1886

U'M kJ t- - , f FOK OUK YOUNG EEADEES. ! A LITTLE BOY'S IDEA. We were workinp lu the garden, M little loy and I, Both digging weeds, And planting' seeds To bloa&oia by and by. Here is Botna pop-cora, dear," I saM, I'll give you for j our own; To plant and hoe, And watch it gruAv. And bare it when it's grown." He took the kernels eagerly, Hib little hoe be dropped, Then, out be burst Let's pop it first, . Co it will come up Dopaed!" Uexsie CJiamUcr, utkft. Sieholat. "MAN OVERBOARD." Tke Brai Act of Robin, Who Saved HU BiC Brother's Lire. "Wlwre did you get this picture. Jack, and whose portrait is it?" in quired little Elsie of her coastguard friend. "I picked that up in a book-shop many years ago," returned the honest tar, "for I thought it had a strong look of Robin, my little brother." "What, had you a brother, too?" in quired Elsie. "I never knew that be fore. Tell us about him do!" Whilst Freddychimcd in with a "Yes, spin us a 3"arn, Jack." Tims beset, and smiling down upon ...

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. — 18 November 1886

BFSS5faiTV7 - ? DRUGS! -3 J f?Walker Keep a full stock of Drugs, Medicines, Toilet articles, Paints and Oils, Patent Medicines, etc. Wi BY Antral Drug wore E? 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 rive our house a call. Moulton & Griffis, Props. A. W. Patchin, Manager. iTJMBER HOWELL BROS., Proprietors. Have opened a yard in Colby and keep constant ly on hand a full and complete stock of ail J4 'IP " f give us a call and 2 prices are the lowest. Ttumkr Lath ft 0LBY & OBERLIN STAGE LINE v , o o w C oo 2 O c Headquarters at O. Colby, Kansas, and O. Kansas. 10O ACRES, $14.00 -IX- SHERMAN COUNTY, KAS. We Also Have 20,000 ACRES OF SCHOOL LAND LEONARD &.FRISBEE, ITASCA, SHERMAN CO., KANSAS. J. A. CASTOR, -C O N TRACTOR, COLBY, KAN. A good squat workman. Work don in a ' tlrst-clau maaner. 'Square wrk only. These buil...

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. — 25 November 1886

v- ;-" - ; -- -gfgPgWPWW V i rM ,. -'y' V r, " i -? Vv f&Pr'l COUNTy I it n Thomas .-y. 1 if -'. VOL.41. NO. 8. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 18S6. $1.50 PER YEAR. X.. L. J?llEXCir, President R. L. RIDDLE, Secretary A BONANZA! ilr ' Cat hi u ti 1 j - v 4 v is, -., " Money loaned on Real Estate security on short notice and on the most favorable terms. Our papers arc free from Gold Pay ment and other cut-throat clauses. We Give Privilege cf Paying: Principal Any Time Interest is Due. Interest Payable at Colby. CASH PAID FOR LAND. THE THOMAS COUNTY LAND & LOAN GO; OFFICE AT BAKE OF C0LB7 THE RAILROAD IS COMING I r , -s.,-- But we got here first with a large stock of ED 8t PROVISION T Which we are offering and shall continue to offer at prices lower than ever known in the history of Colby. Our goods are warranted to give satisfaction. Call and see us. 2d door north of Palace Drug Store. c CLARK & BLAKE. RATES & WASHBURN. Attorneys - at - Law. Offic...

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. — 25 November 1886

f&SHRprif 7C- T- l.J"1 ? SEtf rary ,, '2?&T i x" i-e -" icw": -, tri "sj Tc"niv v vj.jiTTJ3 T-?-ir- - ' -iwrfc. "-. " r w5. - hw-"aja EEHGIOUS HEADING. ETERNAL LIFE. l- And this is life cterunl. that thcr should fcr.ow lhce, tho only ti tie UoU. and Kim whom Tliou did'st send, csvua Juaud Christ. John t.:J. O deepest mrstery of llfo Tt-.it it should end so soon, so soon! Go out iti ifncf mid care and str.fo .At onrlv morn, at manhood's noon, tt'ticn fairest prospects lie belore, "When hopes are bi ightest, hen the door Of bitrti sucee-.s, tiuujf open wide. Invitee to enter, when tuo tide teems on the turn to fortune. Death knocks tlat bcatlnpr heart Is stilled, TImimj working hands, that tbinkln? brain JVrodead. Those spar ling- ejesare tilled "With u.i-kneos now. Thosa tiljrli hopes vain. O p tcous eliunjro that hut was ouco a man 3s now but dust, and woreo than dust A thing: li cU living mortals scan "U iih siiuddermj,' fear: a ttilnir they thrust Uc'ii in the earth, to si...

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. — 25 November 1886

?V?SI -4STi "l V 7 'f4c VV ?-- J? ", t' 'V .- IP' - "i.i'J-Kfft' 5' W I! .4, ' fl 1 1 L&tf M fe fV. ': -fc FOE OUK YOUNG EEADEBS. EVERY BODY'S PET. Little Susie's full of fun; She is only three times one: Full of sunshine and delight Little luushter-lovinir sprite! Every morn she hurries out To the burn, and round ubout. Full of e.ifrer. helpful joy, 'Cuuw she s "Papa's little boy!" Then into the house she comes, AVipes the uishes, &weeps the crumb3: Always in a busy whirl, 'Cau6c she's "Mumma's little girt!" W hen she wants to take a nap. Up she climbs in pramiina's lap, Uivintr ki.es without measure, 'Cause btie's " G'aii oia's p'ecious tw ensure!" Like a sunbeam from above, Euaie scatters light and love: .And the darlmir knows not yet Wny she s every body's pet, Jot-cphine lHMard, in X. Y. Independent. METEOR AND COMET." The Itriliiaat Display Which Two Beetle Made Haw "Meteor" Brought a Dia inoud to Light. A Cuban friend called on us one evening last week, holding in his...

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 November 1886

" -4 Jj ... -tiir Tf "" .C "i fs.7-- - ' Z ' .-ri?i..-r Trf- fr XT m. ' ii.i4WtT!T.M.?: WMj ' " Wa'B j " " "-. S-'' w- T-H 'M1 - i v . f : &Sr t 'J--'- 3if GOOD NEWS FOR THE NEEDY As our room is too small for our constantly increasing trade, we are closing out our v entire stock of Groceries and provisions to make room for our immense new stock of ;v5 i pfe Dry (toe, m, mm. m m mm On hand and constantly increasing. In order to do this we are placing them at prices that will justify you in laying in a supply for winter. We also find it necessary to reduce our stock of dry goods and clothing to make room for a TAILORING DEPARTMENT, Which we shall add in January. - To do this we are going to ., , "c 4 GIVE PRICES THAT WILL MOVE THEM. m TO THE LADIES: OUR CLOAK & DRESS DEPARTMENT Offers inducements for you to inspect and profit thereby. We will interest you in the way of prices on WEAPS AND HEAVY DRESS GOODS. GENTS' DEPARTMENT : A word to the wise is sufficient You should not fa...

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 November 1886

I. f m, v& s Ur i ' r. ffi K-t ) ' , t - e aa aaaaaaaaaa " aawa aaaaai THE THOMAS C0DK1Y CAT. W. G. POUTER & CO., Publishers. Thanksgiving to-morrow. Colby has city appearances. No stock lot in the late storm Colby was lively Saturday last. Strangers are numerous in town. J. M. Vert has gone back to Missouri. Business lots aie selling at from 400 to 81,200. John Bean has been on the sick list the past week. The blizzard is a warning to piepare for winter. Literary societies arc fonning all over the (ountry. Three brick blocks will be built in Col by next year. Kaub & Smith are .selling a fine broom for 20 cents. .1. B. McGonigal lias been on a busi ness trip east. Choice sweet potatoes 3c per pound at Kaub & Smith's. Steel trap-s, all sizes, at the Colby Hardware Co'.s The large number of stores in Colly make goods cheap. B. G. Ward has gone to Indiana to spend the winter. For cheap money on real estate go to "V. II. Copeland. Three htyles of corn poppers at the Colb...

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 November 1886

-fpsi smLS2i& ' i"l,'"-jf'l- ?-JVw,-'3it "trt 8lrv-i " 'g' f ? 3rVV'l- .?Vn Jif v -:;W. v is tfsn .J1 , '1 Uy '"& fflll "& vV. wit .- C 5 -J THOMAS COUNTY OAT. I PORTER ft HOVEY, Publisher COLBY. KANSAS. MORNING. Hence on thy shadowy wings, thou Queen of Itcst. Enchantress of the night, noft Sleep away! Hence oi: thy shadowy winjr to the far W est Where shades await ihee; haste, the King of Day. , la fast approaching to resume his royal sway. But welcome to my chamber, early ray Of morn: ha'l, sWvof azure, gold and rose; Hail, silent hour. West harbinger of day! Thou, gorgeous Day-King, hasten to dis close The charms of easer Nature waking from repose. Awake, ve slumbering herds in yondcrmead: .And Jo ful law us, your gambols now re new. Or in jour Heaven-provided pastures feed Your -u eet green pastures strew n with pear- lv dew: Awake, e Hoclcs and fclnc, the morning brc-.iUsforjou! Te glancing fi-lics. hiding trom our sight bilcnt itilmbiMiitb of jonder stream The mor...

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 November 1886

. -?: ETT v Eat r ' TtF V-'H5 -1- r-; h'f K ftf THOMAS COUNTY CAT. PORTER ft HOVEY, Publishers. e COLBY. KANSAS. " AH-GOOl" . Vot vns Id liiJnp bnhv vas trying to say. Ven I jroos to hces crib at der preak or der dav J Und oudt vrom der plankct peeps ten lcedlo toe. "Co pink und so sbveet as der fresb ploom- inpr rose. "Und twfctlnjr und curling themselves all aboudt. Sbust like dhey vas saying: "Ve vant to pet oudt!" "Vh!!e dot baby looks oup. m!t dbose bright eyes so plue. UnJ dou'd cutlld say nodlngs: Ebust only: 'Ah-Gool" "Vot vas Id mine baby was dinkiwr aboudt, Vhen dot thumb goes so quick in his sbveet leedle motif, "Und he looks ritrht away like he no under stand t Der rciion lie clon'd could quite shvallow bees hand t; Und hedlr8init dbose fingers rlghdt indo bees eyes. Vhicb tills hees oldt fader mit fear und sur brise: Und vhen in it dhosc shiranasdic dricks he vasdroo. He lay back and crow, and say nix budt: t "Ah-Gool" Vet makes dot sbmall baby sbmile, vhen he's asblecp...

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 November 1886

DRUGS! "L.utCrf Walker & Keep a full Drugs, Medicines, Toilet articles, Paints and Oils, Patent Medicines, etc. ENTRAL ORUG WORE. 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. Moulton & Griffis, Props. A. V. Patciiin, Manager. DEALBKS IN Lumber, Sash, Doors, COAL AND HARDWARE. Monument, Kans. Chas. Page, J. L. Greenfield. COLBY & OBERLIN STAGE LINE v - W o o "o CO P O cn Q Headquarters at O. Colby, Kansas, nd O.K. Barn at Oberlin, Kansas. S. YOUSSE, Proprietor. 160 ACRES, $14.00 -IN- SHERMAN COUNTY, KAS. We Also Have 20,000 ACRES OF SCHOOL LAND LEONARD & FRISBEE, . ITASCA, SHERMAN CO., KANSAS. J. A. CASTOR. CON TRACTOR, COLBY, KAN. A good square workman. Work done in a first-class manner. Square work only. Those building will do well to see me before con tracting elsewhere. SHANKLIN & VA...

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. — 2 December 1886

if-$ "" - u- '- ! COUNTy 1 V v 3f Thomas -1 n - v :"" V&. . "ijvjif. -2VOj.. w-'1 VOL. II. NO. 39. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 18S6. t $1.50 PER YEAR. L. L. FRENCH, President. R L. RIDDLE, Secretary. A BONANZA! - . 4, V jfZ.' 'Cat: f'1VIoney loaned on Real Jbstate security on short notice and on the most favorable terms. Our papers are free from Gold Pay- " . ment and other cut-throat clauses. We Give Privilege o! Paying-Principal Any Time interest Is Due, interest Payable at Colby. "ASHPAjD FOR LAND, Tt irs mi? w r m m m r r "i i xiBot,. TH 1 KWJ lMk OUNTY LAND & LOAN CO. OFFICE AT BAKZ-OP C0LB7 T11E THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. W. G'. POUTER, Emtok. The Santa Fe has at lust decided to build a line to Chicago. 1 1 1 Iowa people are now coming to Kansas instead of going to Dakota as former!'. It is too cold there. The liquor law in Iowa is being en forced in small towns, but the trallic is still going on in the lare cities. Out o...

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. — 2 December 1886

rEniMMHSHKHHHH ! IHsISi mf? Jl"''- f i -s Thomas tV0L. II. NO. 59. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, $1.50 PER YEAR, .hk im&wL- 'Pi MIS I &) J M ! r . 1! m $f !. 1 ; 4 - f M SJ "ifjf i .y i ? & rj jt fe fsi i k W EEMgts&giS I. O. O. F. iCBMttglit Lodge No. 273, meets rejrularly e cry JTbmHav vnSnr at. lipun's Hall, at 7 o'clock lJHm AUmembers of theorderare cordially iiMM to attend. COUNTY DiRECTORY. kAjames N. Fikc er N. D. Ilcan. of Deeds John W. Iiwin. iHtcndent Public Tns't W. W. Walker entamew. H. Copclaml. r W. G. Porter. W. H. Kingery. ue judge 31. LuJLiicev. c District Court E. J. Paine. ror T. P. Chambers. tr M. McGrcevy- I FianK nnprec, tun. ltnAa If tur tVUttnm 34i .. ., jj Hemine. CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor M. Dooelan. Clerk Fred P. Greene. Treasurer J. E. Mejjlcmre Marshal Win. Hrvey. Police Judge X. J. Adam. fDr.W.M. Edwards, ! T. P. Fechan. Counciiinen 1 W. W. Walker, I r-C E. Corporan, Uobt. McGonitfal. I ).Bii i ;-hki J . 5 W. IL COPELAN...

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. — 2 December 1886

I ?' i , . ; ... i , i j . '. -' r..,rtirn - THOMAS COUNTY CAT. PORTER 4 HOVEY, Publishers. COLBY. - - KANSAS. BEYOND THE HILLS. What's beyond the distant hill tops, Strftcbinsr westward, far away Bathed In jruldcn mists at suuset Purple haze throughout the day? What's beyond those mystic summits, .And that fmnt horizon nm? Is there some "Kair Land or Promlao" Just boond the hilltops dim? O. my Guardian Antfcl. tell me, If I climb the distant hills. Shall 1 llnd what moit I Ion? for. What my wildest dream fulfills? In the valley, all about me, Kie!d- are full of ripeump trrain; But I low,- to mount the hill-tops Unto .''-ater heights attain. ' O. my fa'thful Guardian Ansrel, ' Why such jjrave, n-nroachf ul cyesl 2 must climb tho-e HJirnle hill-tops; See the star of Fame arise. I mu'tjro. and win, and conquer. J niiiSi wear a laurel crown And the world shall bow betore mo, And shall give mc great renown. But my faithful Gunrdinn Angel A'hi-pers softly: Turn thine eyo3 From tno-e dist...

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. — 2 December 1886

MP i4f " . " " L4J hr THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. W. G. PORTER. Editor. EX-PRESIDENT ARTHUR. The sad news of the death of ex President Chester Allan Arthur was telegraphed Thursday to all parts of the world. In the United States here as -well as among his own kinfolks the intelligence was received with marry cxpressions of regret. All over the United States millions of good peo ple, of all parties and creeds, will lay aside the bitter strife of factions and join together in poignant grief. The news while not entirely unexpected, was quite a surprise. The deceased -was a man of more than usval -will power, and it was expected by many that he would sail safely through the piesent storm and be spared many j)leasant days on life's voyage. But the Great Creator whose ways are past finding out. willed it otherwise, and on Friday morning at five o'clock the lamp of life went otic. The ex-president was bom at Fair field, Franklin county, Vermont, on the 5th of Oct...

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. — 2 December 1886

?T' -Y?- - ,"T' ln "5"'I45 "3l- IP 4 -tf 1 i, 4 i I L. i L-. THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JORTER & HOVEY, Publishes. COLBY. ---'-.- KANSAS. TALKING IN THEIR SLEEP. ' Ton think I am dead," The apple-tree said, " Because I have never a leaf to show Because 1 stoop. And iny branches droop, And the dull pray mossM over me ;rrowl But I'm nil nhvc in trunk and shoot; The buds of zxt May I fold av.-ay-But I pity the wilhcrcJ grass at my root." " Vou think I am dead," The (ju'ck jrrass said, Because 1 have parted with stem and blade! But under the ground 1 am safe uud sound With the snow's thick blanket over me laid. J rH all alive, and ready to shoot. Should the Sprinjr ot the Year Come danclnjr here ZJat I pity the lioiver without branch orroot." " Vou think I am dead," A sol t voice Mild. ""Bcewise not a branch or root I own I 1 never have died. But cIoc I hide. In n plumy seed that tl.e wind has sown, l'atieiit 1 tiut through the !onr winter hours; Vou will sec me niraiu J shall laujrh utjou,...

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