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

fv i r.T h . &" n t-'i eaajaeja)ajaajajajaflajajajayafla - y- .. . w if Sr s.. THE NEWS IH BRIEF. HOHS AND ABROAD. For the first tinse in teveral jeare there is bo strike in progress in Pittebnrg or its vicinity. A fire originated' at Durham, North Car olina, m the grocery store of E. B. Astwater and burned a large part of the business portion of the town. Loss $50,000. A jury at Charles City, Iowa, imposed the ieath penalty npon Chester Bellas, who mrnrdeied his niece, Alice Waterman, be cause he was not permitted to marry her. "William K. Robert, an aged and infirm man who for many years has been treasurer of Lewis and CJark county, Montana, nas ben convicted of embezzling $38,250. While sinkine a well near Richmond. Mo., a fair flow of good petroleum was struck at a depth cf 125 feet. A company will be nrmpd at one e and a well sunk 1,000 feet. with every prospect of developing a first- Masa well. Vincent Mestre, a member of the Spanish egation, was arrested in New York for r...

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. — 4 December 1886

"STeeurly Sizbsoription $2.00. STOCK FARMINa THE BASIS OP OUR, INDUSTRIES. Single Oo 7 B Gemtsr. EIGHTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1886. NUMBER 41. fi . - !V . F" ;; ' l .v rt.A2 & k: FOR BARGAINS GO TO 7 !, IE S He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM IPPtlQES. WA-KEEM MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. in WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: BoioiiM sausage & pressed com beef a specuitt. THE TRAJDBI wiimpi .Twp BEST PRICES PAID FOR CATTLE AND HOGS. W. S. HARRISON, - - Proprietor. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. J. L. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law. M.V. McCOY, Notary Public. MILLER & McCOY, X SUCCESSOIISTO BENNETT & SMITH,- REAL ESTATE AGENT! -AND- Money to Loan on Final Receipt. Send for a copy of their Sectional Map containing Synopsis of the Land Laws. Choice Bargains in City Property. Call on us before buying. Office in Keeney Block. Wa-Keeney - - - - ...

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. — 4 December 1886

'PiHBP; Jw-far', ITIllilBOl Ml Hill JBT iriyw- xHgrararw k. Vv"rn. ,H . V- ,.i"!i'' yg--."! - 5ri v i ''ivfj'Z u' r,vTV tiiw ''rr 4. -a. " j. ' i Ktjan w" -. .-b- f i j - - mj't -i"wt ' -.: - w x- . i,mW'jv j".i' f w- it. va'i , -" j- "3L.k CVtjn-. vSl ," lHW" M-fr V" aTr 1 .A. iV'f &S3sV &" V -fi -r . X SV? fT' L xJ&a&Z&U HK. " . rJ H"" V 3TiIiP2W?. .'rtVAit" .. mM'4 H,WV, SW i ,- JffiTiAWvVr "-' --M ..- ---2- S . ;!. fcv -J " ii' . ... .' JIL. JndgeOsborn 'Wenfcrto-;TOpekao& Tuesday, and later to Kansas,City. f ' V 3 - The term of the district court at Ness City, last week, lasted four days. W. S. Tilton -went to Topeka on Tuesday, and returned home Wednesday evening. L T. Purcell, the genial land agent, of Grainfield, was in "Wa-Keoney on Wednesday on land business. Judge Osborn "will begin a term of court at Digbton, Lane county, on the second Tuesday in this month. Friend Wilson, of the Wallace Reg titer, was in the city on Monday. Of -course, he called ...

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. — 4 December 1886

'e t : ! W S. srs-A-iax. STTiBSCiRinFTioiisr, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAH. TO SUBSCRIBERS. It is our aim to secure Between this and Jan. I, 1887, A settlement with every one who is in debted at the World office on eubscrip tion. Those who recognize the relation are requested earnestly to lose no time in call ing on us or writing to ascertain the amount of indebtedness, and investiga ting our clubbing offers for the coming year. Those who shall not have attended to this by the first of December WILL BE SENT A STATEMENT OF AC COUNT. Our readers are prosperous. We are in urgent need of money. We wish to make all these collections xviihmfc the employment of a profesional collector. The settlements can thus bo' made with mutual pleasure and profit to "all con-' corned. It is not to be doubted that the Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Wa-Xeeney will do effective work. State Veterinary Surgeon Hol comb, the Review relates, was in Ellis on Monday of last week, and "made an ex amination of sever...

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. — 4 December 1886

w?mi rttr -v. & V-f-1 .& P C l-r'-vt ' W I" ".'"'. t I '"" -, -' 'V fj , KCiriOEirr. Child! Bach thou seeineet to me that and more old In sorrow than in years. With that long pain that tarns nSlaltter cold, Far worse than these hot teaid. Of thine, that all so fast npon my breast, I know they ease thy grief:.' I know thy comfort, and will bring thee rest, Thoo. poor wind-shaken leaf I Ah yes, thy storm will pass, thy skies -will clear Thou smilest beneath, my kiss; Jjiffc up the blue eyws cleansed by weeping, dear, Oi every thought amiss. "What saflstihca, child, in these dry eyes of mine? Grief that hath spent its tears Grief that its right to weeping must resign, Not told by days, but years. The bitterest is that weeping of the heart That mounts not to the eyes; In its lone chamber we sit down apart, And no one hears our cries. It comes to this with every deep, true soul; 'Tis neither Kill nor euro. Bat a strong sorrow-held in strong control, A girding to endure. For no su...

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. — 4 December 1886

RTOranaaa3eRwsi mmu waaieMraErfui a wmmm mm . w r? : wvWSw5Wr p:-v & m&& --.. . "v rrAj? -' -;- - y vHf ir f JT' fr ti a ; V; -c vS! ,i - '" . ."- -?2'-tsrv;. w v AT'C" fc.i . . ?? -' -,5 fe5 Lsl i v iiM 2Rc. btzre a rmlr of Lyon's Patent Heel era, makes a boot or shoe kjt twice as long. An Andover hen recently laid am egg i which were four perfect soft-shelled eggs. "I am a merchant and planter.'1 writes Mr. T. N. Humphrey, of Ten., "and it give me great pleanre to say that for levere conghu and colds Allen's Long Bal aam is the best remedy now offered for sale. I hare jndnoed many to try it, with the best EfA.1 Druggists, 25c, EOa, and (LOO a bottle. Eighteen thousand acres of wheat were cultivated this season by the Umatilla In dians. Among the people of to-day, their are few indeed, who have not heard of the merits of Prickly Ash Bark and Berries, as a house hold remedy. Teas aud drinks have been made of them for centuries, and in hun dreds of families have formed th...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 December 1886

iBaarr-oawfc'xMKr-EiAH mi 1 , '-wm ml wv -. ri -t-t B-si- : pEr!'.tf;'?s.;a: Ib'-'v t ' "if .,1 WESTERN KAS. WORLD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITT. FULL AGAIN W. S. TILTON, Editor. AT , l jsf&svmmzmv' i&?m&t t- 2 ffaaiiwHBap .-' - . .&s&&wrtK&w&A3- .-v-TwsggaBw.3Scir5&iv5 ..-? ::-: --'--"sw-k!s3Pwb i z- --"w K:'?&'i??-7? - immjcx ' :- -'iii :;-w ' s -. m mm ii m r . - ' 1 i -m r v 1 i? i'v. .:.. vi: 7?'.w-- -mm fife Saturday, December 4, 1886. For Presidenfc-ElecUn 1888, Qeneral Jolin A.. Logan OP ILLINOIS. Next Monday is the day for Con-r gress to meet. : A NEW LAND WBINKLE. Department op the Interior, GrENERAIi JJA.ND OFFICE, Washington, D. 0., Nov. 26, 1886, Register and Receiver t Wa-ftceney, Runs., Gentlemen: Your attention is . called to the fact that numbers of original homestead and timber culture entries have been forward ed from your office withont the evidence required in each case by paragraph 1. Circular of Dec. 15, 1835, viz: tha...

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. — 4 December 1886

t?s?c-r: HmSi. " W?r - 't'JreT.mJ&q iil1 IflBMMMwBMlMHIIIBMMBIMMIlMMllM SV3CSBSi-Uto r- . ' I 'lim i il P W I11W vo $; i -? . J . P 1 LM.l. - .1 h 1e:;-,$' WS -c 3&bri. . 1 . ---- r y-mrj!&&&Arz - Tlll'""' "' .. .' - TM. . ft1, & i . jr , ?A '& fS . - X TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. V. r. -UXLSCUX) TIME EAST VTEST FaetMall 6.87Asr 9.56pm DftyPassenger ISfm 1.3pm Freight , 340pm 11:5,i PaeBengere allowed by permit Collyeb, Tbego Co., Dec. L Town growing. A lively debate. Pension day, Dec. 4. No Thanksgiving sickness. The last month of this year. Bemarkably pleasant weather. An excellent service last Sabbath. Children's shoes very, very cheap, at Wheeler Bros'. 404 Go to Siebert's market for salt and smoked meats. , 304 Hiram Martin's brother returned to Michigan Tuesday. Go to Hollington & Son for Bock Spnflg and eastern coal. 404 Colljer Post, No. 107," will meet on Saturday, Dec 4, for the annual election of of...

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. — 4 December 1886

i ivSSEBSr!- S v lirLB -tr . v - rsT7j 3. j-; v. xvtik-r.'iK. & z - V - 1 A MM r'3 THE SEWS IK-BRIEF. An experimental railway has been opened at Tien-Tien, China, and eucceeaf uJly oper ated. The wax department of the Stardad Oi -works, on Broadway, Cleveland, Ohio, are burned. Loss about $ 25,0C0. Richard Holland, of the Enterprise Coal company, Mt. Church, Fa., was run over by a freight train and instantly killed. At a conference of Jewish rabbis, held in New Yoik. it was resolved to petition oon frress for the enactment of a national mar riage law. William Woodcock, president of the rail--oad master mechanic's association of the United States, died at Elizabeth, N. J. He was a native of England and was 52 years of age. tioven-or Currier, of New Hampshire, has appointed ex-Governor Chancery, of Man chester, United States senator to till the va cancy occasioned by the death of Austin F. Pike, of Franklin. In his annual report to the secretary of war, General McFeeJey, commissiu...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 December 1886

r -'? :-r(? i T,,wjiri' . .- ' 2 ..sr. - - t.-s?-.,5. i ,.vsrt5 p "- it pi ?:pw5 - r-ciA-v.. i ' ,--- v "'tswjm?!j'w: r -,, newfsasmBKHSBB '"-r- rm. ,--- nr ifnrr -"n Tiirfflrwrain rvmrcnnar-rfr-w mnTimimra TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. R& :t Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. V. V. SAXL2UUS TIME TABU. AST WJUjX "FsetMail 6.37am 9.56pm JDay Passenger 1.38im 138 pm freight 340pm llOSxii PasBenger8 allowed by permit Collyeb, Tbego Co., Dec. L 5 Town growing. A lively debate. Pension day, Dec. 4. No Thanksgiving sickness. The last month of this year. Remarkably pleasant weather. An excellent service last Sabbath. Children's shoes very, very cheap, at Wheeler Bros'. 4U1 Go to Siebert's market for salt and smoked meats. , 304 Hiram Martin's brother returned to Michigan Tuesday. Go to Hollington & Son for Eock Spring and eastern coal. 404 Collyer Post, No. 107,' will meet on 0 Saturday, Dec 4, for the annual election of officers. Mr. Rhodes shipped his cattle to Clay Center l...

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. — 11 December 1886

HT-:- '.. -.4 , - - - TH!?.3Ri'r.v- -eprir,i3a.fg g P Ir : SiTSv fc't? t i K a '3' Fw" k ' . v ' .v W- i .( -- I 1 .M IW II 1 M V T .V..H IH H BV.VW- HT f: ;.IVH Hl. MTH T W. . WBV V k- H T p Z5IXmjl I u jll Itel nil miilHi iBwr m oflLSSSXsSSKnitf NBIiVfliBmBlf ii i R T jC-" ' -1 -F MBI.M"" iS rBBafcJgir JEkm,WsB JBU1 ff HI Hr jWWBJMr' JlVSk 1 aiV HvVBiHfiKlVW .4 I &- fSSSSSSSS! "" mr-i r.- TTTrTTr' BB1WyMjyj BU IKWBHBBBiSSCIM 1nilrnlSM!i HdJtJm- "- ' " - Bl3BBBEBBElMiBB5ff It 3Ku WfrP f- BsmjS''- lBBBni:F. ' """T'fliniESfwi--TTiM1 ' V j ., ' - .1. . M. .! I I I. , , . I I . .1, . I ! . ll. , . JW . 1 " srs.iaiiir sxriBSCsazPTioiEsr. S2.00. EIGHTH YEAR. "NicoDEyuB'lins b hank.."' Mr.JE. M. Frikdlr has sold the Grainfield Cap Sheaf. He has made it a good paper. He is a companionable gen tleman, and vie regret his retirement from the ranks of jonrnalism. The Cat Sheaf 'has a good location, and the succes sor or successors of Mr. Prindle will doubtless do well. Several weeks ago ou...

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. — 11 December 1886

..,. "J W.FJJCi tfW $y v sS. sBE&tJWSi it S7M R-? . n " X "rv k .&- sVsr-' AT V 'r v-r i r OT KBSP?rwCTr5S raw"? v ' - II rv II THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Illinois millere held their twelfth annual meeting at Springfield. Sylvester F. Martin, a Kansas counter feiter, has been captured in Indiana. Michael J. Hess, a laborer, jumped off Brooklyn bridge, on a wager of $25, with out sustaining any apparent injury. Thepresident's message is completed, and will cover about two-thuds as much space 9 last year. J. F. Sheely & Co.'s packing hove, locat ed in Omaha. Neb., was destroyed, together with its contents, by fire. Less $75,000; in surance $44,000. The district attorney of Chicago has filed an information for the seizure of bronzes and pictures imported at an undervaluatien by John T. Lester. The treasury department estimates the re duction in the publio debt during Novem ber at $1,000,000, the pension payments having been very heavy. (Jen. Miles left Washington very suddenly for ...

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. — 11 December 1886

-.?& -3er C"t. '; ?A u hi V. ;tV "yearly SuTosoriptioxi $S.OO. STOCK PIAMING THE BASIS OF OTJR, INDUSTRIES. Single Co y 5 Cents. EIGHTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1886. NUMBER 42. FOR BARGAINS GO TO k: 2 I. EJ S ; He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best " of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM PRICES. WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: BOLOGNA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECIALTY. THE TI&AID2S -a i PPr.rnm BEST PRICES PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOGS. W.S.HARRISON', - - Proprietor. JkJbXM imo itm: i , X UJJ. FOR THE 2 !, El S WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. J. L. MILLER, Attomey-at-Law. M.W. McCOY, Notary Public. MILLER & McCOY, SUCCESSORS TO BENNETT & SMITH, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Land Office Blanks, LEGAL BL-AJXTKS, AT THE wmm mm world office. These Blanks are not equaled in Topeka in point of excellence, and our prices are reasonable. W. B. KRIT...

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. — 11 December 1886

mwpSI ;.,! VC, fet5 -- r- i13S? WESTEM KAS, WORLD. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF TK60 C9UITT: W. S. TILTON, - tor. Saturday, December 11, 1886. For President-Elect in 1888, .Gheneral Jolixi A.. Ijogan OP ILLINOIS. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Many subscribers have responded with cheerfulness to our invitation to settle up before Jan. 1, 1887. Taking in money from them, and at tending to other urgent work, have kept us too busy to send out statements of account. For those from whom we do not hear within the next very few days, we shall start the statements on the way. Look out. Be ready. The Pioneer learns of the very sudden death of the mother of A. W. Burnett, of Buffalo Park. Mrs. Burnett, we presume, lived in Mississippi. President Cleveland's message is lengthy, if not luminous. Of course, we would not present it to our readers, at a heavy extra expense, if we did not want it read. Its tendency can hardly fail to be in the direction of still further .disgusting many sensible people with the Democratic p...

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. — 11 December 1886

' v . . 'snu&i&rjtm, zfai iMft., $? i&ss ' ,-c. . i rmmT? r 8 rVWA- jws&ps. t e 'Sftjs Jkf-w-A. 1 mm' Kc Sc w . ft r "JT B - h " ?' y i fo" j jrf'tjfcfc vv&i, v K rk ... & j,3fejS h ;P7 T TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. 'MTVM upbytnt" World's" Rustling Reporters. U. P. BAILBOAD TIJCE TABLK. ft.tmikMu 6.37am i u . ". 9.56 pm LVf JTrstokt 3.40pm 11:25 AM I s,. imjrawwKu idoru -' Pftaeengers allowed by permit ColiiYeb, Tbego Co., Dec. 8. Clear cold. Another -windmill Weddings are in order. No Sunday school Christmas tree. Catholics have missed their services. Our pleasant weather a boon to the carpenters. Our pipes must be closed out. Wheeler jBros. 406-tf Never were pipes as cheap as at Wheel er Bros. - 406-tf Anew Fairbank hay scales is being placed in front of Mills & Arnold's store. Smoke only from a pipe that has been Twught at Wheeler Bros. 406-tf CallonBIiram Martin, Collyer, for the repairing and cleaning of clocks, jewelry, -etc. You can buy cheap of Wheeler...

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. — 11 December 1886

yfcyy 'l i XHI COM1WG OF XETKIBUTIOK. Careless seems the great avenger: history's pages bat record One death grapple in the darknes3 'twixt old systems and the -word; Truth f 6reYur on the scaffold, wrong f oraver on the throne. Yet that scaffold sways the future, and behind the dim unknown, Standeth God within the shadow, keeping watch above his own. Lowell. GROWN APAIC1. One in name, yet two in heart, filowly, but surely, grown apart; Saddest of all sad sights to see .Love from his own sweet bonds set free. Grown apart through the lagging years Nor smiles, nor sighs, nor melting tears Shall call love's rose to the cheek again. Or thrill the heart with its precious pain. Growing apart for evermore; A. canker worm at the very core, Shorn of all the Bweets of life; An unloved husband, unloved wife. .Ah well! they have had their little day;! -Some flowers bloom early, and die in Maj ; And if these have missed the cumm And riper fruits of the autumn time Knowing only the drought of one...

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. — 11 December 1886

ty : r ?y ?.f f $"$ ; ?.sS Yi- - 'r 4r v tVj fyBfWs&S? 3? . vs. -, t ;f P o k. ' . "JT" m & BJ "My tone is up," said the Doctor to the whom he Uovgh Syrup, and he was correct, for thai eoogh was soon a thing of the past. Price 25 cants. Equal to the Task. Stern Parent "So you want to many my daughter heh? Well, what canyon tell me in your favor? Candidate for Matrimony "What can I tell you in my fayorl" "Ye, tnafa it." "Anythinff, my dear sir; anythinflr. 1 hayen't been an obituary writer all these ye&re without acquiring sufficient ability to touch up a subject like that in proper shape. Just give me a rough outline of what you'd like me to say and Til make you think you're reading"about the hero ofthe last popular novel." Tested and Approved.- J, M. Iittfc, Esq., Cashier Marine Nat. Bank, Baltimore, McL. ays: "I have tested Salvation Oil and find it an excellent remedy for neuralgia." A London lady utilizes the parcel poet to obtain poultry from Ireland at much lest eo...

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. — 11 December 1886

"a i Sheriff Baker is building a large ice hpuae'baek of bia meat market Mr. O. It. Pook, ot the Saline valley, is about to build himself a good barn. M. W. Beem is increasing his stable room by the building of a large addition. Sheriff Baker and Attorney Danford were at Oakley and Wallace last Tues day. The skift of snow which fell Friday night of last week was followed by a week of beautiful weather. Mr. Enoch Osborn, father of Judge Osborn, arrived in town last week. He will remain here long enough, at least, to make a long visit Messrs. Isaac J. Edwards, Henry C. Gorsuch and Lafayette W. Johnson were in Wa-Keeney the first of the week, on proving up business. Greeley Count Ti ibune, j. Headache, billions disorders and con stipation are cured by St. Patrick's Pills Tbey are the most pleasant and most ef fectual physic in use. Sold by A. B. Jones. f P. J. Donahue, of Tribune, was in town to-day, and called at this office. Mr. D. haB just returned from "Wa-Keeney, and reports thing...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 11 December 1886

liw - JmL lHVHawU.B ft V -ZPklft SUPPUIIT THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. To the Congress of On United States: In discharge of a constitutional duty, and following a well established precedent of the executive office, I herewith transmit to con gress, at its reassembling, certain informa tion concerning the state of the Union, to gether with such recommendation! for legis lative consideration as appears necessary and expedient. OUB RELATIONS WITH TOHDQN KIWXBS. Oar government has consistently main tained its relations of friendship toward all other powers, and of neighborly interest with those whose possessions are contiguous to our own. Few questions haTe arisen dur ing the past year with other governments, and none of these are beyond the reach of settlement. In counsel we are as yet without provision for the settlement of the claims of citizens of the United States against Chili for injuries during the late war with Fern and Boliva. rhe mixed commission, organized under the tlaims conven...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 11 December 1886

w,.n trVir. fnnohl Bide by should Ftand eide by ride when they par ticp te in a tfrattful nation's kind renwi branoe. Eve-y consideration of fairness and justice to our tx soldiers, and the pro tecuou of the patriotic initincts of onr citi zens from perversion and violation, point to the adoption of a peneion system broad and comprehensive enough to cover every con tingency, and which ehail make unneces sary an objectionable volume of special legislation. As long eise adhere to the principle of tmntinc penfions for services and disability as the result of the service, the allowance of p-nsluns should be re itricUd to cates presenting these features. Every patriotic heart re-ponds to a tender consideration for thoce who, having served their country lonir and well, are reduced to destitution and dependence, not as an inci dent of their service, but with advancing age or through Hokuw and misfortune. Weare all tempted by the contemplation of such a condition to supi ly relief and are o...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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