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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 16 April 1887

;s ? : - fc.. -Kt !SvT 5 "S j&jJ&r fi-x- v-V id.&1 &!& '" &. " - $ SSi-?' ZA v " OJf- V V m. IV &? rM. r WSJ K &a- ? , fc S m- m r . t t $fetW f&taAtf W& official paper of teeso couity. h. 5. rzroy., Editor. Satueday, gcTlfe, 1887. We acknowledge, ' with thanks, the receipt of a copy of the Fourth An nual Eeport of the railroad commission ers of Kansas. It is observed by the Chicago Inter Ocean that President Cleveland is on the down lalll grade, but that whether he will down Hill is another question. We understand from Wilson, of 'Wallace, that Tilton is an enemy of the Northwest. "Wilson will understand, by this sentence, that he is a malicious, ly jng puppy! ' The only woman left in the 'United States, who receives a pension as the widow of a Revolutionary soldier, is Abigail S. Tilton, of Woodbridge, New Hampshire; Wilson, of Wallace, conscious of the depravity of his nature and his works, says he expects to be cowhided by Tilton when he c...

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. — 16 April 1887

e? e FX M? K- U -: l-.-i A L".o LS NtV ' ilLLiHw I " """'"'.' " ' --1 ' " " ' ' .-? SC THE FOHESTBY LAW. . CHDinilQ PaC T18? C30 o fe now , GABDEN SEEDS. ' fQD glj r UAWTFn FTP T VeO XT t V ST Many of our readers would like to see i umuuw i iiii.. ?ahV?yJ'ZttZ3Z JSW"1 at Jleliy -tiara- 1 - iiUUJX F week.-rjawi City Courier, 7. are in bulk, and fresh. e Mi Cowb and BonipTVKtTAy t?feV , I THE FOHESTBY LAW. t Many of our readers would like to see the Forestry law of this state as it is to appear in the statute book. As it is the first law having for its object the propa gation of timber to be given away by a etatein order to facilitate the foresting of its territory, this Kansas Forestry law becomes a matter of pride toKansans, and especially to those of the treeless portions of their state. "We are enabled to make this early publication of the exact text of this law through the kindness of Messrs. Geo. W. Crane & Co., of Topeka, who have sent to us a copy of the late session laws,...

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. — 16 April 1887

w?$ i 6.VTdW''Wytiit-Tiri&'S 4S-sO-TWS7KTv . -mv riTif-7.,?i-'i' .-3 nT va- - .T.ffiit :gagvag-g .rte -- ri V. -..WrSv.' iT?Jar-'S2.--vJ?i--r"iCi; i- S ." v-- .- vt v. 3-tr jr.?r.',pr;'.,Jj.rT ifej '-: S2i5 t "!-?. '-l. j fcv ! fc, OT S, "V JF t !? 5. "tfcv ft K ' GENERAL NEWS J. 0. Arnold, marshal of Dallas, Texas started from Chicago with a prisoner named Peet, but treated him so brutally on an Al tontrain that they were put off at Brighton Park. Arnold hurried his man out of reach of a writ of habeaB corpus which had been issued. Nicholas Cardenas, a well known citizen of Havana, paid to his kidnappers! near Mariano, $6,0C0 for release. Colonel D. W. Aiken, who represented a South Carolina district in congress for five terms, died at his home in Cokesbury. He took high rank as a scientific farmer. Joliet barb wire manufacturers have agreed to pool, close down, a number of the plants and raise the price upon wire. A cablegram from London says that Ex Secretary Manning is bette...

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. — 16 April 1887

PffPPfffiPf 58s5aRKEB - r iPJ 5-Si! T 'iT&' 6V?ft r"srrv 'f33 .:r jr"" g-v-,- cj: 77TTl-:12r,5'' 'V'r '5r!j-rti,'r-J11-iEw'J ,v "-"- ;- rr -i. w 1 ?"' "C-C'',i &? !T-SV'-' "Vi h u J1- W -; VJj a v - l &v f& ii ' ir ;V k& li' rw iC ' if i & tsV:k ra y. . TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up fay the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. V. P. IHILEOAD TTV7 TABLE. EAST FastMail 6.37am DayPaspenger 153pm Treight 3.40 pm Passengers allowed by penult T7EST 9.56 PM 1.38 PM 11:25 am Cohlteb, April 13, 1887. Frogs. Thirsty soil. Very -warm. A Big creek blaze. Glorious rain. . Ho! for the West now. No fear of fire for awhile. Easter service well attended. Prom 80 to 86 in the shade. A few days of summer heat and warm winds. " The morning rainbow foretold the rain. Go to Siebert's smoked meats. market for salt and 404 The killdeer's cry was unusually shrill as it fiew before the coming Btorm. No public effort to celebrate Arbor day has been made known. Kev. J. 0. E...

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. — 16 April 1887

iWAaffltaBS&jvj W?t vsS&S: sasraft .-".. r-s" W'' fl SS a &$r: yzx?s f S1 '- i - F JJ 'i . s -' xr. ' . zty ' ft'T" ?i - - ? ( -,--"2i !V ? Vjj-'fp- - I -"V i . - -a;?--' - -; V. SpK , T T xee Mf B 6C & IM. jJ bn & .i"' f' KNT ANB BOEAIfS. BT SUSAN COOXJIXnt. We spend our strength In labor day by day; We find new strength replacing old alvray; And still -vre cheat ourselves, and still we say : lfa man would work except to win some prize ; We work to turn our hopes to certainties, For gold, or gear, or favor in men's eyes." And all the while, the goal toward which we strain, Up hill and down, in sunshine and in rain, Heedless of toil, if so we may attain, Is but a lure, a heavenly set decoy ToeierciSx endeavor ; full employ Of every po-w er, which is man's highest joy. All work becomes the end ; reward the means To woo us from our idleness and dreams. And each is truly what the other seems. Bo Lord, with such poor service aB we do. Thy full salvation is our prize ...

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. — 23 April 1887

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Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 23 April 1887

A$Sfc' n A-f-S "gk&erfj , t&jixC b -"T 5s " ?KV rsV-zvSv. T ... rl IX f ft . rc .tt A ftf 'J5HM , , was & OPnCIAL PAPER dFTREOOCOEITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. - Satubdat, April 23, 1887. A&D now we are told that Ogal lah, i this county, is to have a newspa per. "We have not seen a copy of it. The sheet', if it exists more Teally than in the imagination, will be about the same as the so-called Democratic paper in this town, with a change of tho general head 'line. The people of the Ogallah neigh borhood, as a rule, know too much to lend encouragement to such a fraud. ' With the exception of an individual of two down there, the people of that local ity are ready to accord to the World the credit of being their true friend. Per hapst though, if we found it necessary " to start a new paper at everybody's door out in the country, in order to obtain his subscription, we might take a different view of this matter. We can afford to be be charitable. "WILSON'S WOES. Mr. Wilson,...

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. — 23 April 1887

5 wcrt?ssa3Sj fat. ?7VfwiSVKr i'rtsnRr.r" T--, V - t -",&it!j& t i V7- - sW hP g rm I vm " r-1- esn. . JP 3? rje&Jgi&qjZ- " .tn- sssrw rtvl i' i.Mawiir w jgJsKTfev- 1 .TTtSV-i.J s. -. t-- . j 'y"f t SSMEPALSAWARDEDTO REHSQur H Cures Plenrtey, , A tMr SlnaittMa, Lmabaco, Saw 11,1 Backache, WcIcbms, Colds la Wr BBV ttoChestandalljLchesaaa'tJtnins. .bmbi KEEH5 " Bewsraof imitations nnderstaflar sotradlnrnimes. jlsx roa BUUI, AXD TAXI HO DOES NOT BURN OR BLISTER. REQUIRES NO RUBBING. Cures Goffln Joint Lameness, "Coatracted and Tender Feet. 17, store Bruteed Btioulders, rou- Eril.FlstulaJ3pruBr Knees.Cocked Ankle, Ulceration of the Foot, Sore Shoulders k Breast, Corns lm Senas Feet, Founderkc FerMnsnlarRheumatIsm,Nen "ralria. Lame Back and general - seiss aches. Sorf y DrmgttU.' 6 9 vJtt tLOO. 4 n. Battle 60 oti. vAtew na?ias wit bt k1 71 ft. JACKSON CO.. Quincy, Mlaois. fa Herat- Sweeny, 8to Evil.FJstt Ulceratioi Breast, Oc Udilypei $ V0'. PINKHAM'8 VEGETABLE COMPOUND, ...

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. — 23 April 1887

;&K r&r: ?r'itK-?5:& r' ?Sm's, -ih-. ? T;;: ,m.v2?.&&& ?, arr fr'Srv?; VtTOErS gS,ftg"y; - -j J -,. n" &.13 1 MHMfWJ HI 111 iM . , .i-i.i , "' ir & $; 1 ft$mx mi cr 0?Fi5iL FAP2R 0? TSSGO COUNTY. w. & riroi', f'o'"- , Saturday, Apeil 23, 1SS7. We can not be accused of having displayed aDy particular liking for llie Democralic"party. But the Topeka Cap ital lays it over us when it heads an edi torial "The Demociatio JTarty." TiufilSalina Journal, on the re mark of the World thatitisnowin order for that naper to state what Salina is, comes to the front in elegant shape, and pronounces her past the period of belle hood this a hit at Abilene and sas she is a mother, a Eoman matron at that, with her colonies established everywhere. Our old iriend and regimental comrade, Majr Jenness, "is now on the eaitorial staff of the Ft. Scott Moauor. The major is a ready writer, and the Monitor can not fail to be improved by his connection with it. This is not, ho...

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. — 23 April 1887

:lWMyi lS "tf1 S.?i ifefe? ; ,-tJ' y .-?, isrV''' " . - .-? 9Y'. 4&SKw3d -.3 "S !r- hy' ; ijv I- ft RL f- ..r lanes on the .Death of Josie Kau delky. "Weep not for Jogie; His gentle spirit has fled; lie sweetly sleeps with Jesus Among the silent dead. Shed not a tear of sorrow Around his silent tomb, To know a lovely flower Hcj5 gone to Heaven to bloom. Tew moments of pain and suffering "Hath dimmed his loving eye, And Death, the king of terrors, Came marching quickly by. To tho Solemn funeral services We went, and there were told To b-ing our mourning hearts to God . Ho could our sorrows hold. Beneath the changing shadows, Under the new made mound, Secure from every earthly care, Buried from e ery sound. E. C. It has been quite cool this week, hasn't it? . E A. McMath, Esq., of Grainfield, was in the city on Wednesday. A. E. Mickel has been sinking a well at the Yetter House, in Ogallah. Father O'Brien was sick last Sunday, and was unable to hold services at Coll- yer. Geo. Pla...

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. — 23 April 1887

g-erf S,-1E'Ci. Sh !L-r5rass? FTW UrtHcl wpg i V J - -. T3 f- !S1S8B88SS2Kflffa 3i-ss?jv'ssrf?j ..rt-icir "Fjy-iKf . - " .l,'!. rT-ov-- " f -j t v i v -" .'MbrenkT yjw ?gr jg!B bkzsplfs?b -gBcay- tGFtswzy wfirr a-- sk im3w xzn s -sc--ww -.na. 'nE?&vnxT s t KiatT - C xiX.iknJiO1' 4 Z?JS&.'&.frsrJiL&-t ' m v mCL teSf- J GENERAL NEWS A party of visitors were frightfully man gled by an explosion of fire damp in a mine atPottsville, Pa. The emperor of Austria has sent Ms photograph in a silver frame to General Kaulbars of Bussia as a token of regard. It is positively denied that Lord Pnnraven and Balfour of Burleigh are drafting a lo cal government scheme for Ireland. .Mary Hardmap, of Cleveland, 0., fell in lo a tank of boiling meple sugar, at her father's camp, and was scalded to death. Fire at Spring Garden, Fa., destroyed twenty-one frame houses, causing a loss of $80,C00. Thirty-five families are homeless. Captain J. G. Daly and Mervine Thomp son have signed articles...

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. — 23 April 1887

rJ"" HXs isrKKf - -5bisa.S 1"- ;4EWfE'SJFw JWWSffWS!tP!9m "k --t- a. 1 iipwMlsjMHMBWi Pill TTniFTil 1 1 TIM it r' 'J 1 ,; 'V 2 &' U.B.. BfT IB Sv 1 fc It iiu. &H u .ft? S3 f?SV if. 3ft5f . i at m TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS; 3 Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLIfSTER CAWJJffGS. U. P. BAIIJJOAD TIMETABLE. t EAST WXST rastMail 6.37.A.M 9ii6px DayPaspnger 1:38pm 1.38 pm Frelgkt 340pm 1135am Passengers allowed by permit Coulter, April 20, 1887. Mtiddy. Rainy days. Sunshine again. Plowing intermpf ed. Bargains for land buyers. Tree planting progresses. "Woodpeckers and quails are here. Another early settler has removed. Go to Siebert's smoked meats. market for salt and m The blue sky draws a veil of clouds over its face so often of late that sunshine and a glimpse of the heavenly blue are "becoming a rarity. Not being able to secure the hall Fri day evening the night of the Corps party the theatrical troupe passed us by, and played at Buffalo Park on Saturday. Mr. and M...

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. — 23 April 1887

. &6K.V tfpr t , y -A S H- I' . ' - .4 .teai " ' . ?. 'ii J$J T "v- 'Ooirixurcz. BT m. HAiranTOK, Iseir, o-4ay, a cartons sight A sight I pondered long mockery to the summer's light -And woodWrd's song : A' withered tree around whose bass . ivy twined -with matchless grace . to its oj the tenants citmg ' sweewy sad a room snng. Why shaffert tfaoo, 0,ird?" I said. 1 1 ly home is bleak and bare; tfe branch is bending o'er thy bead ; ' K6 shelter there 1 And thou, O, viae, -why dost thou cling aaeh a -withered, lifeless thing? Mo bvanty -were thy tendrils twine ; Ke leaflets touch thoir lips to thine." . Ten might not hear the voice I heard, For it was sad and low tore learns its language from the bird, As, buds that blow ; Steeds its heart beside the flower Aft2 hears it dream of twilight's hour ; From vine, and leaf, and shadowy tree It catches gems of melody. fhus ang the bird : "In spring's sweet time, Tbztough many an opeuing year, t Bought and found in this far clime A shelte...

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. — 30 April 1887

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Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 April 1887

- 4S5!S4t Wgf ssr-!2j .. $.: s w .J .-a . r . -" A ii - ui tfS"' MTfV-S? w . -- 2 . -y- - & sasrX nc-jft-jt.,,. jgcLtS ' t ' - T" V. ?" k? f- Er ?; Y- L.' Watim mm WrtWL OFFICIAL PAPEE OF TBEGO COUNTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Apkil 30, 1887. WA-EBBWEY. We take occasion to say that Wa-Keeney is a prosperous town- It has been talked by a certain element that she is letting some surrounding towns do all the the booming in this region. Let us look at this a minute. As we have taken oc casion to say plainly before, we now re iterate: In the past,) people insearch of cheap homes have, to a great extent, found thorn in counties throughrwhich the great Kansas Division of,, the Union Pacific railway does not run. This dis crimination prevented Trego county from settling as rapidly as some other coun ties. Wa-Keeney has about a thousand in habitants. Neither Ness City nor Digh ton, we will say for illustration, has nearly so many. Last year "Wa-Keeney rew with remarkable rapidity....

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. — 30 April 1887

r?&&1i&W3q&g& shipm-es H' js . &.,. -$?3" l W?S?PJpflP ?' 1 j i J. M- -, , ! OH! MY BACK J Rrery strain or cold attack that weak back ana nearly proitretes job. BDnWM'5 BESTTQHSC Strengthens the Muscles, Steadies the NerrcBt Enriches the Blood, Gives New Vigor. Hiss Lizzie Bbehjjan. 3646 Cooke Ave.. St Lonis, Mo . bvs: " I suffered with sptnnl weakness, pains in my back, and sleepless nights I tned every conceiva ble remedy without much benefit. Four bottles of Brown's Iron Bitters have relieved mo and I cheer full recommend it." mum, anna Holdswobth. 1017 Lamina St., Sedalia. Mo., says: " I have used Brown's Iron Bit tors for a weak back with much beneht." Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by HEOWN CHEMICAL CO., BALTIMORE, AID. IT IS A PUREUT VEGETABLE PREPARATION tjSPWIIte ,1 ARjT and .- PRICKCrPmRKLYASHgr 5ENNA-MANDRAKE-BUCHU AMD OTHER EQJUAUY EFFICIENT REMEDIES has stood the Test of Years. in Caring al...

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. — 30 April 1887

, 3?v,55t. ,Si J& t t yJClB 'if. rS ? m nj (p- n c"V fflt&mx spn&tjs r OFFICIAL PAPER OF TEEGO COUETY. 3 tf. S. TiLTON, - Editor. ) - . Saturday, April 30, 1887. Paqla is J$ie ,city of Kansas. champion-gaswell Bon2jtce Boon post-office, in Ness .county, has been discontinned. Cides druxks lead a good many jtelloire to the Topeka city prison. TsEX-have a new postmaster at Monument, Logan county. His name is Hubert L. Dedrich. The McCracken (Rush county) Enterprise calls for a hotel at that place. Jt properly declares it a shame for peo ple irho vjsit .the city to have to sleep in hay moire. f The Illinois legislature has ex pended an invitation to the American Forestry congress to hold its next session, in September, 1887, in Springfield, and jhas tendered to it the use of the assem- E$ bly chamber. To the east of the Mis sissippi, there perhaps is no bettor place than Springfield for this meeting. To- fr i-ftkBf Kansas, -vyould, however, be the .w-jmrnxxs bluwiuid yxaxt....

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. — 30 April 1887

'i ,s-J -&o -& A WA riT y- v . - XEMMMMKan r tf i. 3 & vk it J & & j ft. - Judge Harlan's family hare moVedin- o their new and commodioos residence. Judge Osborn and Attorney Dan ? ford were at Topeka the fore part of the week. ;' J. E. AIsop and family eet oat thirty two trees and fifty grape vines on Arbor Oay. The tree leaves are still in tiie ring, but they look a little the worse for the frosts. Alex Todd, of Wa-Keeney, was in town looking after his interests here. Skaron Springs Lender. A glance at 0. M, McClaren's new advertisement .may do you hundreds of dollars' worth of good. 0. V. Baxter, an experienced and euccessf nl draggist at DeWitt, Iowa, says one family there created an immense sale for Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy, by using and recommending it to their neighbors during their siege of whooping cough. Now it sells rapidly on its merits. It lias no equal for coughs, colds and croup. Sold by H. J. Hille. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Millard moved on Thursday f...

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. — 30 April 1887

:t .'' m :. H "-?&! &h & Hs 1 Eviction of tenants from the Irish estates of Lord LanEdowne has recommenced. A special force of tioops is already at hand. The residence of Judge Lyman Staples, two and one-belf miles from Palatine, Kas., was destroyed by fire and & faim hand per ished in the flames. The contract under consideration between the Armour Packing company of Chicago, and the Selma, Ala., land company, naa been closed. An extensive warehoufe with a refrigerator will be erected at once. A dynamite cartridge explosion occurred at Merrill's Corners, N. ., at the new aque duct for New York City, Killing two work men and seriously injuring five others.' Some of the injured had their eyes blown out. A dispatch from "Mandelay says that the Daooit leader Bloo hus been killed by one of bis own tribe, and that the villagers are re joicing over his death. The authorities at Burnemouth, England, passed a resolution welcoming Mr. Daniel Scanning to that village and assuri...

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. — 30 April 1887

- 3 2J m,7 J-etf' r$IV - rl? wiHefevj vf fc: 555 IfytJ k .at- kV v , TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. j COLLYEB, CAWZCTGS. U. P. TtSTLEOXD TIMET1BIJE. EAST WEST , .Fast Mail 6:37 am 9.56 pm DayPassenger 1J8pii U8pm OFroight 340pm 11:25am Passengers allowed by permit CkiYApril27, 1887. Baby birds. Loco blossoms. Miniature blizzard. The beggarly sensation. School yard trees planted. Light showers on Monday. Blueribbons increase in number. Early onions and pie plant appear. The Corps meeting failed of having a .ffisSmce will hel given at the hotel to--morrownight. market for Go to Siebert's ,6mbked meats. salt and 404 A number of ladies were making calls yesterday afternoon. Foliage upon the parktreesbegins to .-make a pleasant addition to the land scape. County Superintendent of Schools Ba ker was. in town Monday,and visited our ,cchooK Hollington.& Son have just received a large lot of handsome cook stoves that will be sold cheap. 414-tf Garde...

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