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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 January 1887

Ef&im&'&S&8s? a1 &s Hr v t, FARM LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS. FARM MASS AT 7 PER CENT INTEREST. And a reasonable commission. Only one mortgage taken. Money ready at all times. $10,000 TO LOAN ON CHATTELS. !V t il 11 eS J?&ixi I fV j i P i 1 4 THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. a. POUTER & CO , Publishers. Coal oil at the Central. Boots and arctics at Boerner Bros. 8 packages good coffee at Donelan's. Prices are cut seriously at Donelan's. 100 barrels of apples cheap at Brady's. For the best board go to the Windsor Go to M. Donelan's for the best over coats Boerner Bros, furnish every style of boots and arctics. Money loaned on chattels at Thomas count Bank, north of brick store. Go to "Weld Bros, for money on chattel mortgage. Overc6ats regardless of cost at M. Don clan's. Go to the Windsor, the best hotel in town. Yousse's stage line goes to Oberlin every day. Meglemre sells more windmills than anybody else. Meglemre has just received a car load of star windmills. For a...

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. — 20 January 1887

tjrWag; rsT?s' - "''&?' ,- TgPBg ISf. PS THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. - - KANSAS. MY LOVE AND I. An IdyL Or sweet fifteen, demure, sedate. Her form of grace beyond compare. Dark lustrous eyes and raven hair, "We met, O sovereign day of fate! J My Love aim L Her girlish beauty smote my heart, With golden chains of love it bound me. And sweet enchantment wove around me. Kind Heaven ! oh might wc never part. My Love and L My ardent tale was told. She said : "My heart's too young for you to morr, Oh, speak no more to me of love." Straight from each other then we fled. My Love and J. But out of sight's not out of mind I As Jupiter's dark occultation Breaks not the power of gravitation. Strong subtle cords did yet u bind, My Love and I. A demon strove our hearts to sever, But mine to her still fondly turned, Love's fire it yet mors fiercely burned. Kind Heaven would not us part forever. My Love and L The patient forester who lays An acorn deep in richest mold. Wa...

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. — 20 January 1887

.MyHBHBWaBaaaselaBal LTtMM. ILJXU J.j I tl.z I ?Vy " 3SS 2S3fr . THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W.' C. PORTER, Publisher. - - COLBY. KANSAS. SATISFIED. At twenty-three Iplsnrel my scheme of life rd be A me ehmt, toward whose waiting pier Globe-circling ships should homeward steer From Orient and Occident When millions had been won. I meant To choose a wife of gentle race, Cultured in mind and fair in face; Puild mc a palace with each part "3y art designed, enriched by art; .And, finally, to have one son. Handsome and tall, but only oao. Thus I forecast my destiny At twenty-three. At forty-three, How have I prospered ? Let me see I And myself a simple clerk, With light reward and heavy work, Yet. hoping for advance ia rank. I oAe no man. and have in bank A trifle saved. I occupy Some fourth-iloor rooms, which Kate and I Think charming. (Kate's my wife, you know, A pretty seamstress long ago.) We have six girls perhaps too many But not for worlds we'd part with any. So kind has fortune been to me...

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. — 20 January 1887

ISM niy v t y -" 'Vr a - - .''Si-' '- V.-iTr',"-OVIiri -sfSSt-'v , - i - - -'- t -a J? A h1 . --- ' j IDAHO IDEAS. What a Resident Thinks of It. W. C. B. Allen, Esq., traffic agent of the Oregon Short Line Railway, with headquarters at Shoshone, Idaho, is in the city on business which will occupy two or three days' time, thePaxton being his headquarters. Mr. Alton was for several years a resident of Omaha, and is probably one of the best posted men on tbe resources of the great country west of the Missouri river than can be found an3'where. He has been making a holi day visit to his old home in Ohio, and is now on his way back to the mountains to prepare for the spring and summer campaign of 1887. There was probably never before a time when the attention of tbe public was so generally directed toward any region as it is at present to tbat traversed by tbe Oregon short line, the longest and most important of all the Union Pacific's branch lines. A new era of development lias just daw...

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. — 27 January 1887

rt-mi x '--.' - v v' 'jrt : is.s t v, Vf ! il --..'l v1 COUNTy Thomas VOL. II. NO. 47- COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1887. 51.50 PER YEAR. v t -j; - i V y" Cat btv fiy.'l fe$fc w I Tf it .51 R. L. RIDDLE, President STATE BANK OF COLBY. COLBY, KAN. Incorporated under the laws of the State of Kansas. CAFZTAZ. STOCK, $50,000. CAPITAL PAID UP $2-1,000. This bank is fully equipped for every kind of legitimate banking, and of fers to the public a liability of $100,000. Our share-holders represent $1,500,000, thus making it a safe depository for monies and such other valuables as are usually placed in a bank. Our terms are liberal and we " ' solicit your banking business. Farm loans FARMERS'! MERCHANTS' BANK Commenced business Jan. M, '87. ""Does a ircnenU banking business. Ex change bought and sold. Money loaned on chattel and pergonal securitj, at current rates Collections will ha e careful attention and jH-ompt remittance Interest paid on time deposits Cha Huschow,...

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. — 27 January 1887

PS -"' iaMMMMM t?- w! wm Sa THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. - - - - - - KANSAS. THE CITY ON THE HILL. The city built upon the hill, A death, a life for every stone. It is the graveyard white and still, So many there, and yet how lome ! Tis there the morn's first beams of light Fall fondly on the marbles white And glow with promises of good; "'TIS there the last of daylight lingers, !and softly writes with golden fingers Sweet memories, heart-understood. And we, who work, and hope, and will. In busy city streets below, Forgot the city on the hill Toward which our footsteps surely go, Save when, nt times, its paths arc pressed To bear a brother to his rest, Away from all the world's annoys; Then promises of dawn arc seen. The sunset memories are green, And through our griefs we see our Joys. George liirdseye, in Detroit Fres 1'rt. OLD GIANTS. Their Enduringr "Work in the Crowding1 "World. Christopher Montlrajjon, the Spanish Hero Doco Dandolo, of Venice Msinj Fa mou...

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. — 27 January 1887

Vjypf Vi7 w'i? BiMskilkn .ra Bwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww 4w j " " """ , L " !B ' . t B ' " s at f r&& 1 f-v, v r. itj Iff, i.f MHK iW M m Mi i r$sn pt jj :mps 7 y If a' ', II,' f THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY, - - - - KANSAS. A MARVELOUS MICROSCOPE. A carious cynic, who lives on the slope Of a hill, to others demotes his labors; For he has a marvelous microscope, Through which he can see the faults of hi neighbors, Unliglited with hope. Their dress and address, their social affairs. Their tares, their income, dues and expenses. Their side-boards below, their closets up-stairs, Are brought to a focus, under his lenses; The odd things and pairs. And when a isitor calls, day or night, Be he teacher, or doctor, or minister, If he should come within range of his sight, He'd discover his motives were sinister Unfit for the light. For he looks further and deeper than men's Common eyes can see, unaided ".villi glasses, IVith his wonderful, curious, cynical lens; He looks a...

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. — 27 January 1887

AcFrS? "" t" ? ' V te '-V wv. S3" MOVED! MOVED! I have removed my office to the first building south of the Brick Hotel where-1 will make a specialty of' , V FARM - & - CHATTEL LOANS I guarantee BOTTOM RATES on both kinds of loans. Call and see me. -- F. C. FlNNERTY. j to Brick Hei. f 1 J . 'There is a time in the affairs of men, which, taken at its ebb, leads on to fame and fortune," and the modern bard might truthfully add that now is the time to start the foundation of the fortune scheme by examining the rare bargains at the OLD PIONEER STORE This advertisement is not for fun, but to impress vividly upon your memory the fac that for the next thirty days we will sell OVERCOATS BELOW COST MARK ! We are not going to put in a tailoring department, but we have the largest stock of Clothing in the city which we are bound to sell at cost, with freight added. We meajHbst what we relate, and if you will call we will explain our exact cost mark to you. DRY GOODS, GLOTfllNG, NOTIONS, PR...

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. — 27 January 1887

V . 'j l m, r&i t ti V m-j Hi LI A! iiF ID pi r ' &i a .! 7 3 I ft THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publishers. Coal oil at the Central. Boots and Arctics at Boerner Bros. 8 packages good coffee at Donelan's. Prices are cut seriously at Donelan's. 100 barrels of apples cheap at Brady's. For the best board go to the Windsor Go to M. Donelan's for the best over coats. Boerner Bros, furnish every style of boots and arctics. Money loaned on chattels at Thomas county Bank, norj of brick store. Go to "Weld Bros, for money on chattel mortgage. Overcoats regardless of cost at M. Don clan's. , Go to the "Windsor, the best hotel in town. Yousse's stage line goes to Oberlin every day. Meglemre sells more windmills than anybody else. Meglemre has just received a car load of star windmill':. For abstracts of titles, call on "Weld Bros., abstractors. J - "When you go to Oberlin, go by Colby and Oberlin stage line. Patent medicines of even description at "Walker & Yousse'...

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. — 27 January 1887

V " - 'Vi- -"-" - I i?i u 4 r ft &EJLLGIOUS EEADING. JOYS OF THE RANSOMED. There are joys Mfcat are known To the ransomoA-alone; There are songs that tkeiaveJ aloce sing; There is pcacejthst abides With the spiritthat hide3 'Neath the AIl-ovcrsha4oiring wings. There are raptflres of love That arc bom 'hut above, And cai. breathe only Heavenly air; The affections of earth, "Which in clay form have birth. Though sweet, with them can not compare. There are riches that lie la the vaults of the sky. To be drawn by tho saints of theXord, "Whose value is more Than the earth's golden store. Or than pearls which the diver reward. There is brilliance of light Never darkened by night, "Where the home of the just is prepared; And by it is revealed What the flesh-veil concealed, What no mortal lip ever declared. Of the scenes that are spread Where the streams of life thread Their bright way through the City of Coi, There is glory unnamed By this world's greatest famed. For the humble who rea...

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. — 27 January 1887

SZZ,M,M,M,BBBBBBBmBmmBBBBnaBBB - ' tf "BBBBBBBBBB 19 S - i-:, ara tt w T P V i( n vH & l FOE Om YOTTOEEADEBa A BEGGARMAN. Good morning Mr. Dcgarman! You're cold and hungry, toot Well, come right, and I will see What I can do for you. TouM like a lump of sugar and Some raisins, or a cakoi Why, what a funny beggarman You are, such things to take! I think some bread and butter would Be better far for you. Where did you get that queer old coat? Your cap is funny, tool Here is some fruit and frosted cake; Now you must go away. I can't have little beggermen Take o3 their things and stay. What ! you're my little brother Tedf And dressed up. just to see If you could be a beggarman. And play a trick on me! Well, kiss me once, and once again, For fruit and cake to pay. And I'll believe you're brother Ted, And you shall with me stay. M. Thayer Route, in Golden Dayt. THE TOBOGGAN. Instructions Which Will Intermit Boys Who Want the Old Indian and. Cana dian Sled. Many a time when I was a boy...

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. — 27 January 1887

5E5 " --, JjvSt. r , s&5 ;v-vf.V" rvr3 r - k . F i ajr V It --- -S I.". -.i- r S-Jx-BZBBBBBi Sunday Sermon. On last Sabbath evening, as announced, Mr. I. H. Bullers delivered a discourse on "Isaac and Rebecca" to one of the finest congrega tions ever assembled in Colby. The house was so crowded that many had to stand, yet all were very quiet and listened with the great est interest throughout the whole discourse. "We herewith give the sermon In full to our many readers: ISAAC AM) REBECCA. 'And Isac brought her into his mother Sa rah's tent, and took Rebecca and she became his wife, and he loved her. and Isaac was com forted after hit mother's death. Gen. 24; 67. l6oac and Rebecca were married 1857 years B. C or 2147 years after the creation of Adam and Eve, and 432 years after the flood, and 3K) years after the tower of Babel or the confu sion of tongues, and 140 years after the birth of Abraham, Isaac's father, for Abraham was 100 years old when Isaac was born, and Isaac was 40...

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. — 3 February 1887

;F- . t r"t ' V-,.V" VTiF vf-fcr;1 "'"& vsvTT .- V-!-, r JS-J c. ? . i iBfc COUNTy Gat. Thomas VOL. II. NO. 48. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. - ' H. L. REDDLE, President. LEW B. D ARROW, V.-P., Corning, Iowa. L. L. FRENCH, Cashier L. L. FRENCH, President R. L. RIDDLE, Secretary. HMMataoBaficaaMa JEjBfiyn i I itn?-: r M- STATE BANK OF COLBY. COLBY, KAN. Incorporated under the laws of the State of Kansas. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. CAPITAL PAID UP $24,000. This bank is fully equipped for every kind of legitimate banking, and of fers to the public a liability of $100,000. Our share-holders represent , $1)500,000, thus making it a safe depository for monies and such other valuables as are usually placed in a bank. Our terms are liberal and we solicit your banking jr" Farm loans FARMERS'! MERCHANTS' BANK Commenced business Jan. 3d, 'h. 53Does a general bankinsr business. Ex change bought and sold. Money loaned on chattel and pergonal security,...

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. — 3 February 1887

"ft v'? j- r-f j ' 'f.A-r,.;ri. -, -,-l- -., rx5 "V " . I? wn7 K t -THOMAS COOTTY OAT. - W. C. PORTEK, Publisher. COLBY. ------ KANSAS. IN SCHOOL. There is a school with a teacher stern, "With lessons long and hard to learn A school that is found in every clime. And that keeps in session all the time. Its open doors are free to all. The black and white, the great and small. And all must go, the bad and good, For none could shirk it, if they would. And all must study with weary pain Old, old lessons over again Lessons of sorrow, of loss and care, Of hopeless waiting and despair. And forever wc can not choose but look, Till death shall close life's lesson book. And we see at last, with all made plain. That our weary tasks were not in vain. Doubtless we give some pitying thought To those who stand with the strife un f ought; To those wno lift with present pain Our old. old crosses over again Who strive as we strove, for gold and pelf, "Who learn as we learned, each for himself. For the...

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. — 3 February 1887

w f V '-a -'?"?' "-.. ff-V F"l?fe ?' ! Mi 5 M THOMAS COUNTY OAT, W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. - ----- KANSAS A REQUIEM. T3ie day is gone, alas lithe lovely day. That came among us as a blushing bride, "Led by her lover, the enamored sun, "Whose golden largess fell on every side. .All nature greeted her with rapturous joy. The forest birds broke forth in sweetest song; .And dainty buds, awaking from their sleep. Burst into blossom as she passed along. .And everywhere the children welcomed her. In country lanes, and in the city's street, The music of their laughter kept glad time To the swift measure of her Hying feet. The restless sick man. tossing on his couch, Beheld her and awhile forgot his pain; Her presence cheered the laborer at his toil, And brought to wrinkled age its youth again. .And as she, smiling, hurried on her way, Even sad mothers, weeping o'er their dead, Looked upward to her clear, blue skies and felt Somehow that sorrowing hearts were com forted. "But now, alas...

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. — 3 February 1887

FW i. THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official Cotinty And City Paper. W. G. PORTER, Editor. Mr. Beccher, in his Christmas ser mon, is reported as saying: "The mother and brother of Christ did not believe Him to be what He declared Himself to be. Between this Mary celebrated in the magnificats for two thousand years, and the real Mary there is a wide difference. That she had the slightest spiritual perceptions or insight there is no proof, and she and her other sons thought Jesus was 'cracked.' They saw not what He did; thejr could not enter His sphere. When He was grand and great, they said that He was crazy, and begged H;n "rt to -rimp' around and exhibit Himself to the common multitude. They wanted Him to sta' at home and be a good citizen." The btate historical society held its annual meeting at Topeka Tuesday, January 18th It was eminently sue - cessf ul and interesting to all. Many of the oldest Kansans spoke and re counted many iuteiesting reminiscen ces. The 3th biennial report of th...

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. — 3 February 1887

-i " imrrfTTF r. . r-.rn.Tr :;, ' 4 " MOVED ! MOVED ! I have removed my office to the first building south of the Brick Hotel where I will make a specialty of FARM - & - CHATTEL LOANS ! r? I guarantee BOTTOM RATE& on both kinds of loans. Call and see me. .. - F. C- FlNNERTY, Next to Brick Hotel ' There is a time in the affairs of men, which, taken at its ebb, leads on to fame and fortune," and the modern bard might truthfully add that now i:, the time to start the foundation of the fortune scheme by examining the fare bargains at the R' 4'xJT ', fe: Sff t I., IK v ;K r ,w s & i'- THE TIIOMS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publishers. Boom this spring. No snow but terrible cold. Finnert lonns money at 7 per cent. Gasoline at the Central Drug Store. Man land buyers in the city this week. Only one mortgage taken by Finnerty. Frank Pingree has a good office to rent. Strangers are now coming to Colbj' to invest. The observer gives us some news this week. M. Donelan is sel...

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. — 3 February 1887

S-ViVl we h n A f l rr?iJr,: 'A m 5 irys JitiUlxiOUS KEADlia. MY ANCHORS. The night Is dark, but God. my God, Is here and in command. And sure aia I, when morning breaks, I shall be "at the land," And since I lmow the darlmess is To Hun as sunniest day, Til cast my anchor Patience out. And wish, but wait, for day. Fierce drives the storm, but winds and wares "Within His hand are held. And trusting in Omnipotence, My fears are sweetly quelled. If wrecked, Tm in His faithful grasp, I'll trust Him though he slay; So letting go the anchor Faith, Til wish, but wait, for day. a Still seem the moments dreary, long, I'll rest upon the Lord: I muse on His ''eternal year3," And feast upon His "Word. His promises so rich, so great. Are my support and stay; Til drop the anchor Hope ahead, And wish, but wait, for day. O wisdom infinite: O light, A love supreme, divine! How can I feel one fluttering doubt, In hands so dear as Thine! Til lean on Thee, my best beloved, My Leart on thy heart lay. An...

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. — 3 February 1887

P"BBBUSBi lCl...fVS!Mn TTT-TTTMH IWMFffpPl fpfr- TTT'ltTi ill ill TTnimniiiiniimni 'mi m it - i id iiiiwiini iwp'ih i h'hi' i . '.' i.i ii-nvur-iiHui'iiiii run TiTwrT'iriMfflnTit -mi inrftr Ti,ffifrTHfcTTWftJrTi?rnTur'T R?SraBffifegt'M?5ET PI?lii3EE3 . W9KiSSlSSSsBSs7K-'wJrre r,J&f'e "I-PX S&-&x &.'W3nf&3Gm 1 t I 5 ' .-, 52? . r-3r&2 s. FOE OUR YOUNG ERADEB& A GOOD PLAYMATE. In lesson time or holiday. No matter it His York or play, There's always one with heart and 'Kill Tojomwltame: His sister PhiL. Her some is Pnyelis, bat when we "Were tiny mitts of five and three. I called her ""Phil," and then somehow Twas never changed from then till now. I have no "brothers, and it might Sometimes be dull, but Phil is quite As good a playmate, and as kind As any brother you could find. She hits a share in all I do. She feeds my pets, plays cricket, too, Andirhen I made my boat "Snsh.lne,', She -emmed the sails with stitches fin. "For rainy days she knows a store Of...

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. — 3 February 1887

" f -a;-fe"g' & v 5 m f sr " iWT ? "Y-a r A Dollar or Two. KANSAS YEBSIOir. Xisten my dear, nd you shall bear. The midnight ride of Bob, the queer. Once during lent, at eve he went, To see his lady love intent. The moon was bright, his heart was light, He'd surely see his girl to-night. .He gazed o'erhead as on he sped, 3Iade noise enough to wake the dead, But sad to say he lost the way, .And scarce got back before 'twas day. "When to his calm next day he came, -Thjs Mclntyre of wondrous fame, Gasping for hreath this "Tom Cat" saith, To lug my j,Tub has been my death, 211 eat with you kind friends so true, I'm nearly "strapied," and feel so blue, Jle bragged what trades he late had made. "What money in the bank he'd laid. Then bade adieu back home to go. Hut asked the woman who washed you know, To lend him just a dollar or two, So he could pay his stage fare through. Leon... OVER EAST. To.7n 7. range 31 still exists, Mr. Bonn is on the sick list. Mr. Pcnshaw issickaUo. Another w...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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