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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 15 January 1887

A. R wc. fea - $ ?&&& rAl't T V -u iM -," -y ' JB4.A - 'a2&2S- $ . Vrr.- -"V VS' r&Z. lT &Ky - CT J "9? ,5, i L ?$5 $.- sfe.-, u4..y WM ' x:w (j" ':':' " r . .?-. 1-Z ' 3, && V COMMISSIONER'S PROCEEDINGS. WEATHER REPORT. &.. ;wv sw i., Mf- :-. & 5 v &r a .-?- ,H p. SPEOIAIi SESSION. November 3, 1886. Cominissioners of Trego county met in .snearal session. Present J. M. Welch, A. W. Pnrinton and W. F. King, commissioners, ana w. H. Dann. conntv clerk. " The matter of collection of Gove county taxes was considered, the rolls now being ia the hands of the tR6iirer, and it was ordered that Gove county tax rolls be turned over to the proper authorities of Gove county, on satisfactory arrange ments being made for the payment to Trego county of the cost of assessment, tax books and compiling. Adjourned, sine die. Attest, W. H. DANN, County Clerki ' SPECIAL SESSION. November 5, 1886. Board of county commissioners of Tre go county met in special se...

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. — 22 January 1887

, 2r rw rrT' a V-, Et ix r-. r s rf 'V5- vX?. &' ."SA-V 'V-Jt lt 1 -... --.--. - . ..--w . - -r:f . " ' r. - . , - -. :.. ..-. g3B A T&XilT STTZeSCZRanPTIOIEJ, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAR. e There is hope for the Forestry bill. Many important bills have been introduced in the legislature. "We shall review shme of them next week. The Western News, of Stockton, came out last week on bright orange pa per, to celebrate the event of well, we don't happen to know what. The Cv K. & W. railroad is now completed to Ness city. The first regular train arrived at that place on Tuesday, Jan. 11, and the people down there are happy. In Stockton, they call for "Tr. of Arnica" at the drug stores. One custo mer failed to accompany his request with the customary wink. Serious results followed. While Patrick Murphy was at work in a well, north of Oakley a few days ago, the rope broke and tha bucket fell upon the young man's head, causing instant death. In the formation of his com mittees, Speaker S...

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. — 22 January 1887

&S5SSHWW1WRRW vm-w -c - ; -;'riM Sat'-ik."" fe&L:fV -. Cr ' it ?.-.- .-.- - -. :- -mmf ' mmmwmmm K - S8& .I'fflS jr. i?' '" pft& Ssii rtfa-" -:JLa ..?. "''.rfaS. 1 . , '. - " . -f. ." , . """ . -k . -m- i "wiTiDASJoy"- , . p6rto8peftoomfnmtiiemomid: AHAPFE OCCASION. London. World. "Do not come too late." That was the wording cit the telegram which Captain Bichard Irton held in his hand as he eat, in a temperature of 109 degrees in the shade, on the veranda of his Indian bun galow. "Do not come too late?" he muttered to himself. By Jove, as if it were prob able that he would dawdle now! It was just like Mrs. Lennox to send such a chaffing wire as this. He might have been a long time making up his mind, but it was made up now, and he meant "to go home and marry her. It was her last letter that had eettled the matter the letter in whioh she hinted that Lord Shorthorn was awfully "mashed." No, he wasn't going to stand by and see Dor othy Lennox married to a cad like Shor...

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. — 22 January 1887

rr E-- tr r ii fe- l52 ' VS. . f - W - isr1 fe &' fel-- ?x siw KsT--- A BE3B2 ESbr," TLb' T "a.. Vg fStfj'SK - A. . 3i A Jif v SlVS ali "2"eaxly Su."bsori;ptioii $S.OO STOCK IP-AlR,:LCE2TC3- THE BASTB OP OUR, rN3DXTSTK,rHSS. Singl Copy S 0nta. EIGHTH TEAR. WA-KEENET, KANSAS, SATintDAT, JANUARY 1887. NUMBER 48. FOR BARGAINS GO TO ik: L E S 1 He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS WA-KEEM MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM FPLIOES. WILL ALWAYS PAY THE SOMA SAUSAGE & PRESSED (M BEEF A SPECIALTY. THE TR-AJDB HUPr.rmn, BEST PRICES PAID FOR CATTLE AND HOGS. W. S. HARRISON, Proprietor. Land Office Blanks, LEGAL BXi-A.3STB:S, m JL nun iqu: FOR THE imnif MiJJLI bUA OLD RELIABLE ncuiT HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AM) EGGS, M DON'T FORGET THE PLACES E s WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. J. L. MILLER, ,A.ttorney-at-Law. M.W. WIcCOY, Notary Public. MILLER & McCOY, SUCCESSORS TO BENNETT & SMITH, REAL ESTATE AGENTS -AND- Money to Lo...

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. — 22 January 1887

"V3f T Z-t?Lir'??Zeir Z.JTi j-i- S?&- 1 . , - J. -- 7C '? ZT 3T . fit- S-s,- y T ' S557., viSnJW. jCPs 2r . .' IV - ' TfS F4.i X. . " , - ',-'.& .. !? -Jr-trL' : b-i-v rf "i W ""r ' ' rv : 'I? ..- L 'J. i-vs StK" &X 3r 1 "T A . WESTERN KAS. WORLD, OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUHTY. W. S. TILTONj Editor. Satuedat, Jaijuaby 22, 1887. Iiiterary Program. The following is the program of the literary society next Friday night, Jan uary 28: Song Band of Hope Declamation Boy Carson Recitation Katie Alsop IJeading " Lillie Harrison Song. Mrs. Osborn Recitation Hattie Brooks Select Reading Lou McFarland Essay Prof. Opp Recitation Pearl Paull Song Elsie .Neuenschwander Declamation Charles Priestly Recitation Mrs. Carson Debate Resolved that the old politi cal parties of our country, viz., the Re publican and Democratic, have fulfilled their respective missions in the world and should be superseded by others new and nntrammeled by the corruptions of age and selfish agrandizement." Affi...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 January 1887

" ,- v" ?- '. M" A Si "v " ' C w3" A . v3 - 1 V &p fe? 14 TV E pk IP s BW5ft IK-MV f - K t V .' ' r-5- TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling 1 Reporters. COLIiYEB CAWINGS. V. P. RULEOAD TIME TABLE. EAST WEST 3TatMaIl 6.37am 9.56pm DayPassenger 1J8pm 1.33pm Trelght 3 40pm 11-25 am Passengers allowed by permit CoiiiiTEB, Tbego CJo., Jan. 19, 1887. Bivulets. Prizes given. Bright mornings. Carpentering continues. A spring boom anticipated. A houseful at the' Literary. Go to Siebert's market for salt and smoked meats. 304 Chas. F. Hawks was the successful raiser of forty bushels of peanuts last summer. Is it not possible for Collyer to secure -some of ihe railroads that are planning to iron-bind our state? G. "W. Kessler is dipping bis fence posts in tar before setting them, and shipped in a barrel of tar for the purpose. The. seating capacity of, the school house "was insufficient to accommodate all who attended the literary Saturday evening. Eddie, oldest child...

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. — 22 January 1887

kzi-:& 4. .1 .x."-tfeAa5 .;? Jwt3. ;.- -. -v -tr .,,-.-'-., ,-,. m vikw -,, -1-! ''-j -JK-- S " ! fte :' bt' ;, ' tb tt sr-: " "T s " ' A- lf -,ffl, I 5g GENERAL TfEWS. An agent for European purchasers paid ' -to fche treasury of Texas 147,000 for lands " -l Dickens and Garza counties, in the Pan handle. 1 he money goes to the permanent school fund. Ehe water supply of Evanston, Illinois, "WW cut off. by a depression of eighteen Caches in lalre Michigan, leaving tho small eotion-pipe in the air. A machine -which is likely to revolution--st?iATTirtlinrl nf makinc nails has been l?eefected by Carver, Troat & Leonard, of Skaron, Pennsylvania, who propose to baud large factory eunerau umit'o mvua Dr. William Perry, the oldest graduate of 33rvard college, and the last survivor of 3?iirtti'oot4TTihoRride down the Hudson river, expired at Exeter, New Hampshire, at 4&e age of yo. ThA fixflnntiva committee of the miners nd laborers of sub-division No. 1 of dis irfnt asRemblv No. ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 January 1887

VZ3k SET -S3RE3 ? zr . k v--v r'i.-"'l iSS. i ,. .-", . - .n-.,, T . -s."v. ,- v--- .' jt 3? v53 T f T - - "1 v-vSVT 7$. "-'JS ?"& " -&. ",- i ? - K? tv $. ft- 8f. Sfe Tr Ife K v'A s3 fc B t jf. V KJ?" ." Ltt &.":. a E&Tr 35 $&? . vVI .V .. TJ-.. .5fet" V& . 't: x. 3-j- n&- AN UNMARRIED WIDtNIER. BY JOHN FBAKKUX Til bet a hat'that's Swithin up in the second box to the left," said Charley Evans, as we sat one night at the opera. "I thought he yras still in Europe," I replied, looking up at the aforementioned box. "No," said Evans, "he got back week before last. Just see how he is flirting with Mips DeKay." "Why shouldn't he! she's a "great match." "His wife hasn't been dead a year," , replied my friend. "Eis wife?" I echoed, "I didn't know he had ever been married." "You never heard of that college affair of his, then?" "No; he was only a sophomore when " 1 graduated." "Well, you must come up to my rooms after the opera, and I'll tell you all about it; is ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 January 1887

5&5j&&SSS rS K&- i v nr v - " " W5-SS5 Ci Jrarfc? w3 sV tr; ftsr m rV - P- & ; & r- Jos. Hegener, the baker, contemplates erecting a brick building on Washington street the coming spring. Headache, billions disorders and con. etipation are cured by St. Patrick's Pills They are the most pleasant and most ef fectual physic in use. Sold by A. B. Jones. Vj E. P. Lucas was up at Quinter, Tues day, in the interest of Geo I. Verbeck's lumber yard at that place. A. B. Jones istselling a medicine for diarrhoea and bowel complaint which is Tio doubt' the best family medicine ever introduced in this country. It is not made to cure every disease, but it is all the more valuable on that account. It is known as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy, and it is worth one hundred times its cost in time of need. Sheriff Baker was in St. John and Wallace counties, on official business, three days the latter part of last week. Watch for it! The first symptom of true ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 January 1887

A i'a " m JU - - , m in W. 'W :i",s wt ? L R- c A j. - fjf.' '!- rH ?v? hx 3 m Pil E&a lV?-A y .-V-ti J Ssv 'w ;- W b v i - rinioiVTiiriHfitrsfcv - iyr m m Mimji -tTAfrnxBrai ar -i- Y"jB-AJSX.- STTBSCBIPTIOJ5T, $2.00 EIGHTH TEAE. Ness City is to have a new $10, 000 hotel "The Salina Journal celebrated its sixteenth birthday last week. The Leavenworth Times says it furnished the evidence that convicted nine Topeka dmpgists. ., The Garden City street cars have proven a failure and have been thrown in to the hands of a receiver. oal is now selling at $9.00 per ton in Ness City. A year ago it retailed at $25.00 per ton, says the Times. At the renting of the pews in the Catholic church at Salina, Sunday of last week, the snug little sum of $2,249 was realized. A bill has been introduced in the "Missouri legislature to establish a whip ping post for rife-beaters. It should be come a law. a, .The -first vote cast by the new United States senator from Illinois, Chas. B: Farwell, was in ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 January 1887

& F vf i " v- ' I t ' "n V J R- & i" :?& NEWS NOTES. The Minnesota legislature in joint session elected C. K. Davis United States Benator to aaceeed Mr. McMillan. As a cattle car on the Air line railroad was ranning near New Albany, Ky., a brakeman passing over a car beard a furious bellow ing beneath and climbing down the side of the car found that the partition between an Aldemey bull and a Norman stallion had been broken and the animals were engaged kx a deadly conflict. The train was stopped and the crew gathered around the car, bat so means could be devised for stopping the encounter. The iron heels of the game horse were planted with telling effect upon the bull's head and the horse was gored in a terrible manner. Finally the stallion pot in a blow between the eyes of the bull, and the latter animal fell dead. The combat lasted 35 minutes and the horse died four hours later. There are nearly fourteen hundred vete ran soldiers in the National home at Mil waukee, Wis...

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. — 29 January 1887

w?jnK?"ff-HW3w33iHP?33'M FiVv ' sv ' - "v i,if'; ;5SPSf -, -v "& v- afi ' J. 4. jjr r .J : - ?L' " .- . Js Slfe" fcUr ? j 538 J , - P? H V$ f fs4;sen$ .-rfilfilKSPlftPifcfc irsJNatt 'imAitVB? JKaMUIJaW ifi-NsaKss$s raar r ir n 11 in r rii " r i rai i i IM, ft" M kbt & n i i . EST- KrV Yearly Subscription $2.00 STOCK F-AJMHSTGI- TUB BASIS OF OTJB, rNTDXJSTBEBS. EIGHTH YEAR. Single Copy S 0n.t. WA-KEENET, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1887. NUMBER 49. FOR BARGAINS GO TO Z JLi IE s He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROC I Q 2 GOODS AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM PRICES. WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 30L0GSA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECIALTY. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. BEST PBICES PAID FOR CATTLE AND HOGS. W. S. HARRISON, Proprietor. WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: Lxir H?ff mji y i i- fc3 WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. -d. L. MILLER, Aitorney-at-Law. M.W. WIcCOY, Notary Public. MILLER & McCOY, SUCCESSO...

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. — 29 January 1887

IpfRIPIllPi ' A'Zi -K !$ i rs.i . - rr- j"rv "WSJ? Vrg.rV" - V.i- Jf ;? e -. 'Vo- r?4 vf,t;r AS r V I w t. f WESTEM KAS. WOKLD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TRE80 COUNTY. W. S. TtLTQN, Editor. Saturday" Januaby 29. 1887. Come to Trego county. The vol cano of immigration which the spring is to develop is slumbering for a few "weeks. Now is the time to buy real estate. It will be too late to do so to the present advantage after the volcano assumes a state of violent eruption. The bill to prevent the voting of aid by counties or townships to railroads will never reach the light from the rail road committee. It now looks decidedly like the committee will pursue the sensible course of recommending that the amount of aid voted to any railway enter prise shall not exceed two thousand dol lars per mile- This will give the people a chance for their lives in two directions: They can vote to secure railroads to as sist in developing their different localities; they can do this without burying them selves...

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. — 29 January 1887

w: 2SSflK'3 . -asT" TJ rr " vC tfearrLi - 4 0 s. I-' r-jf 'V rttFr - 53. fci fJETr TC y wjja i4t - SF -It m o Pr J? EH r re. v &&1 - K- COLLYEB. CAWINGS. Collyeb, Tbego Co., Jan. 26, 1887. Plowing. Light snow. Narrow escape. .Newspaper talk. Interesting revival. Spelling school postponed. Frndolent deeds investigated. Brown's wind rmmt in operation. Go to Siebert's market for salt and moked meats. 301 Mr. Stewart, of Wichita, is now clerk ing for Mills & Sons. Don't skip the advertisements in this column. They are worth reading. Green blades of rye have cut through ihe soil, and prove their vitality. Money saved and satisfaction guaran ieed bp buying your flour of Holliugton A Son. 414-tf That imposing snow plow pushing westward Monday looked rather out of .season. Hollington & Son have just received a large lot of handsome cook stoves that will be sold cheap. 414-tf Mrs. A. W. Purinton, of Banner, was reported quite ill last week, but particu lars could not be obtai...

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. — 29 January 1887

:ifc fak-" sz- r 'iv -.-,-v .iL-jri racs,. .vs. ' rrs ?92:&h ?Hp$&8p '-- " , , . -T , . " liif - ' f.j4 i "V ' L tv-- f4- ."- r'P ? TZ Ti Irf i 1 :v - -7dIb(iL3' ,? -V -V-i-fS t-- T"-iT v ' j satrr2L vjrtt.1-. -et2THL. J W- .T i-4..Su. -f ,J .&, -jcj.4v."1 Vl r .- t. vtcjw. rw.'w'i.'ir L'flF r . .. i"rri.s- i. . "17 "s-.n'JV(?T; v i3Mr, T.'f..tTiJi j- n rE-tii'v .- i.-.. Tr"--rN.v s. -r " j t-- - ' a"i..i N Ti I ' THE SONG OP THE DUDE.- BY OK0B0K B. JEXK533 O QTJKtMO, XAS. 'To rofuRo you a song Wouldtoppear very rude, And I've finally concluded To sing of the dade; That half human creature Wiih a head like a man, And otherwise built, On the biblical plan. Who with a smirk and a scrape' And a t-ickly emile, With mustacue curled, The girls to beguile; With tifebt fitting pants, . And corseted waier, Parades on the street As a fellow of taste. He's a nice little, . Fair li tie specimen brio1 . Of the kind of creations That make a man sick; With his hair from the middle Comb...

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. — 29 January 1887

ST"-. V1 V 1 1 r . ' u -. -5i. b& & n iiin 'i hi mwrrmmwwmzrrxmmpmM ciijaafeTj.iggaa3 SV Jj V. L - - r. " f af . .. v s r&r 'S6 IEB'8 BOYS. They Are a Tery Bad tot, bat the Old Man Lores Them Dearly. Atlanta Constitution. "Baxter's boys are a bad set" This remark was made to me when old loan Baxter was pointed oat to me for the first time. Everybody had a good word tor the father, but it was the unanimous verdict that the bons were fit only for the penitentinry and the gal lows. Of course I jumped to the conclusion that old man Baxter's hair was prema turely gray, and that the numerous linee graven deep in his face were stamped there by sorrow.and care. As I began to know him better, his tender heart, his unfailing patience, and his sunny temper drew me to him, and I often found my eelE thinking bitterly and resentfully of his boys. Out of conbideratJon for the old man I carefully avoided family topics, but one Sunday, when I stopped to chat with him in front of his cott...

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. — 29 January 1887

3SBCI sSc TMxrm T ,- -T - ;iW?lf'Ml! T'T$ms$i ii - . K-25 ''-. EStJ MS -oo;titS,i v ..rs .. &$Prlhr W.a&J5& .&-! s vifi-a. ,-? -?- (- w. sur -- !" . ..- 4ji- i -vc-s v? v rS jg: V, rK. "v, iTv 4?jQs 1? - -J-a.yi?8 fc A . b f i vr v si.? i - HOT SPBINGS. An Entertaining Letter. Hot Spbings, Ark., Jap. 24, 1887. -To the Editor of the Western Kansas World: I believe I made a partial promise to jou, when we parted in Wa-Keeney,, that if in my travels I found anything that J. 4honght would interest your readers, I would respond. N After a 36-hour ride over the Union Pacific, Kansas City, Fort Scott & Gulf, St. Louis & Iron Mountain', and the Hot Springs rail roads, I find myself in the city of "Hot Springs, where are located the world-renoused hot springs. These hot springs are situated on the mountain, the creek and in the valley of the same name, fifty-five miles southwest ,of Little Eock, the capital of the state, and twenty-two miles from Malvern, the junction...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 February 1887

smzmiS Mriap r - ;y"- V- ' i awaifn:- -: - ?Ev .33 M , 4-a . te- ?srw V? ?. ,J' 89r. & .1 r fev "N. TCS. S"S-AJ&It-2" STJIBSCieailFTIO:!!, $2.00. EIGKHTH YEAB. .Thiieb frame buildings were con sumed by fire in Junction City last week. The Sons of Veterans have com pleted a temporary organization in Stockton. Mh. Tilton has introduced a hill (authorizjng cities of the third class to contract for electric lights. $r. Wilson, of Wallace, seems to be unhappy since Mr. Carroll, of Leavenworth, bluffed him in such short order. Two more forestry station peti tions arrived in the house from south western Kansas on Tuesday, and were presented by Hon. Mr. Myton. The charter of the Building and Loan Association of Ness City, was filed at Topeka last week. The authorized capital is 500,000, in shares of 8100 each. w S. Tilton received on Tues day a lengthy petition from Collyer, praying for the municipal suffrage of women. He presented it Wednesday forenoon. The erection of a Congregati...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 February 1887

ES- "5E . KllPlSPi! - ?&" r -i r -MA V V' tST ! S -rv r , .- -,! "if' ?? .- u . - r BV-. $. Si' 4" !. St i fe.1- - A - '& Z4- 7V- "V,t " BY TELEGRAPH Jay Gould passed through Pittsburg, Pa route home from a tour of h is Wabas aad Southwestern systems. In an interview with a Dispatch reporter Mr. Gould said: 'If the inter-state oamroerce bill becomes a law it will not be worth anybodys while to extend the railroads of to-day beyond tfeeir present limits. It will put an end to We enlargement of any roads in the south Traet, Hi Judge Hbrmile, of the criminal courts, of St. Louis, Mo., issued a writ of habeas cor pss directing the warden of the penitentia ry at Jefferson City, MieEonri, to deliver in to the charge of the officers of the court th oonvicts Whitrock and Height, that the may be brought to St. Louis to testify in the case of the Adams Express company against Messenger Fotheringham, who ig charged with being accessory to the note "Jim Cummings" train robb9ry. The poli...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 February 1887

gr jmj. tevM & -,; spgswn? Sr5 s T fses " a - fw S3SHnB9BffiiBQBSloHMBilHBHHHHi SK' :&' C v "5? v1?-. y 3B :J& Fft u v . A C 3 p? esS, V5 "5Teazly Sixbsoription $2.00 STOCK P'AK.lLffrN'Ca- THE BASTS OIF1 OTJK, rNTDTJSTRJCSSS. Single Copy s Oexxts. EIGHTH YEAR. - WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1887. NUMBER 50. 2 FOR BARGAINS GO TO 7 E3 S He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES ! DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM PRICES. WILL ALWAYS PAY" THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: ik: Y" EI S WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. J. L. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law. M.W. McCOY, Notary Public. MILLER & McCOY, BUCCE880KSTO BENNETT & SMITH, REAL ESTATE AGENTS 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 - Kansas. WERLICH & KERSHAW, Are again in trade at their old stan...

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