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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 April 1887

1- -A 1T ?P 0iT HELEN'S CHEEK. Ob Helen's cheek -was once a glow, An arc of dreamland glimpsed below, A. silver purpled, peachy beauty la tidal swayinga to and fro. O flush of 'youth ! ontvelveting The butterfly's Arabian wing t The very argosies of morning Sear not from Heaven so rich a thing. On Helen's cheek a springtide day, Fragile and wonderful it lay; Prom Helen's cheeks these twenty summers Child-lips have kissed the bloom away. ,, .Hay, Time ! record it not so fast, The reign of roses overpast ; All victor-pomps of theirs encircle A loyal woman to the last. Jo true of speech, of soul so free, Of such a mellowed blood is she, That girlhood's vision, long evanished, Bounds never to a memory. , Ifo loss in her Love's self descries ! Up-trembling to adoring eyes, The sweet mirage of youth and beauty On Helen's cheek forever lieB. The Independent. HORACE WINSTON. A. Story of the Revolutionary War. :IBED, so tired of drifting, Adown the dork stream of life, -Tired of breasting th...

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. — 7 May 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. — 7 May 1887

W& . v? "ifr t y -wrSifiit S.-fe.' .".'"'', " . B- fejs&iB at , v ''i wWCl$v,n Wr, Hf ? si 3tf0te f$imf 3ttfMil OFPICIAL PAPER OP TREGO COUNTY. W. S. TtLTON, Editor. Saturday, MAy 7, 1887. A post of the Grand Army has bee mustered at Tribune, Greeley county. Fewer and "better papers, says the Hays Star Sentinel, in the course of an item noting the consolidation of various papers in Kansas, are what are wanted. This is correct. In eastern Kansas, as a rule, there is only one Bepublican paper at each county seat. THE MEETIHG. The meeting -which is called at Opera Hall this (Saturday) evening, at 8 o'clock is a move in the right direction. The ob jectis to canvass, as to the best methods of advancing the prosperity of this com munity. Jf the spirit of treating public expend! tures as being only another name for pri vate expenditures prevails, good will come out of the meeting. Every citizen should attend. CHEAP LANDS IK" TKEGO. One day his week a gentleman of in telligence, who...

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. — 7 May 1887

mzw3B$m&f- : --,-,,nj,s At "V ,. Ik-W - -Vfo" iff k vf ,- fc - -"" ,hj -V IlRON BITTERS GsbM&Ib; ISOH with PUKE VEGETABLE TONICS, taiekly aad eepletly CLEASSES smi EXKICHES THB BI.OOD. Qsickeas the actios ef the Lirer aai Kidaeji. Clears the eeaplexles makes the UasBCOth. It does not lajwrefketeetk, esaw1iedMke, orprodocecoB stlpatf o-ALL OTHER ISOS MEDICINES DO. WftrffWn and Drentate errerywhera recommend it. Ma. J. N. Baeeb, A villa, Eul, says: "His blood tai in such a bad condition that erery little scrateb. er break of the don caused a very painful sore. He need Brown's Iron Bitters with the best of result." Must Bzbzie Rtdee, TCamego, Kan , says: "We aave osad Brown's Iron Bitters for blood poisoning With uracil benefit " Mas. J. M. Gbxx, Jewell City, Kansas, says: MM Uaod was insreiy bad condition, and I suffered mnch. with boils. I was persuaded to try Brown's Iron Bit tors and it not only gave me prompt relief bat per saanent care." MBS. Latttjiobx, Wabaunsee. Kan., ...

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. — 7 May 1887

? sr jmisswTTr n v rk i , n n,., , , ) JM1M " mtm rv4 roas OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBESO COUNTY. iW. S. TLTON, Editor. Satubdat, MAy 7, 1887. A boy on the farm is better than a bummer in town. Jjjdge L. K. Peatt was unable to hold court at Oberlin last week, the Eye ires out, on account of having the measles. One of the post-office appointees in Washington turns out to be a lunatic. 3so time should be lost in transferring him to Sparks's department. Mike Hollorax, of near St. Mary's, Kansas, has a mare which has given birth to a five-legged colt. The colt is living. It has three front legs. Hamden Fuqtja, a Kentucky boy, 6 wallowed a tin whistlo. An eminent Louisville physician opened the boy's chest and located the whistle, but could not remove it. The boy will die. The Norton Courier is authority for the statement that Senator Plumb has telegraphed Judge Pratt to 'draw on him for three hundred dollars for the benefit of the fire sufferers in Norton county. The Globe Live Stock Journal, ...

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. — 7 May 1887

ffK2TsrE-,5iaWiWl ii fuum .naH9BH s wpm-fwmMi - w-m, iK-fs r . v yvsss'-r' vr-wrt,&r$ -i .-. r' Vt lCTSS '5. v 'J .i" rw-r1 s, 4; jf " " tVv si? - ; .. J Windmill men are busy. Warm, growing weather. District court next Monday. Blacksmiths keep beating away. Carpenters continue to be engaged. Kegular G. A. R. meeting this even ing. Ice sells at half .a cent 2. pound, de livered. ' It rains on Franklin street daily, ex cept Sundays. W. R. Holmes's mother is paying him a visit. She lives at Milan, HI. Come, boys, let nothing keep you from the Post meeting this .evening! Mr. Chapman, editor of the Oakley Times, was in the city on Wednesday, J. M. Ostrander's sheep have been "brought home from Osborne county, where they were wintered. Mr. Spicer, the merchant tailor, has .manufactured a suit of clothes for a man in Washington city. He shipped the suit .last Tuesday. Mr. Hamilton, of Wallace county, was a Tuesday caller. He was elected county attorney of Wallace county last fall, and...

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. — 7 May 1887

,;t. t f I, r GENERAL NEWS At a meeting held in Kalamazoo to raise funds for & building for the ?cnng Men's Christian aseocation, Senator S toe kb ridge and another citizen subscribed $100C0eacb which may cost him bis sight. While trying to force a shell in a breach loading phot gun the cartridge exploded, filling his eyes and f aoe with powder. The police of Chicago are co-operating with the Citizens' league in preparing a black-list of dives. The mayor has instruct ed the city collector to report those stiloons which have heretofore been refused licenses. The war is to commence in the rotten dis trict of the South division, and be carried thence to a square mile on the West side centering at Halsted and Madison streets. On complaint being made to the mayor of (Jnioago by an alderman, the commis sioner of public works ordered the Illinois Central road to desist from driving piles or filling in any pori on of the lake front east of its right of way. The council last evening conf...

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. — 7 May 1887

gm.w')i?mwwmimwwMss. rTvC " .. r S6i - j" : J:-f " br v hi Bf W' ni1 TRE60 COUNTY TRACIN6S. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWHTGS. U. P. EAILEOAD TIME TABLE. XA6T WEST jFastMoil 6J7AM 96fh 2ay Passenger 138pm 1.38pm (Freight 540pm 11.25am Passengers allowed by permit. C0L1.TE14, May 4, 1887. "Wild violets. 'Capital grazing. Beautiful evenings. .No 'bunch grass yet Collyer's new teacher. Fanners' hopes are high. Plum and cherry blossoms. "Wild currants promise well. Ground in splendid condition. A successful W. C.T.TF. meeting. Potatoe plants have a healthy color. Go to Siebert's market for salt and Bmoked meats. 40i Miss 0. D. Martin spent a few days at Wa-Keeney Jast week, as the guest of her friend, Miss M. York. Mrs. Chas. Adams and Miss S. Adams came up from their homes, near the Smoky, and spent a portion of the Sab "bath in town. Hollington & Son have just received a large lot of "handsome cook stoves that will be sold cheap. 414-tf A severe storm ...

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. — 7 May 1887

SMIfffW :y? fi? sjii' kt .. " 9 5v' S5 - REMEOSCENCES OF PUBLIC MEN. by ben: perley poobe. A friend of Judge Bond, of Balti more, Judge of the United States Dis trict Court, tells the following good story about him, which, he locates at Boston, in 1877 : The two went to call 'on a medium. They were shown many wonders, and at last the Judge was told to write a list of names on a slip of paper, which being done, he was in Btruvted to rcn his finger down the list and stop when the accustomed rap on the table was heard. When he got to the middle of the list a violent blew was struck upon the table. Thereupon long conversation ensued between the Judge and the materialized spirit, in which were rehearsed many aston ishing facts (most of which the Judge had ingeniously managed to drop in th& opening of the conversation with the medium). .Finally the exhibitor suspected something, and the "spirit" abruptly departed. Then the Judge fell into a brown study, from whih it was difficult to a...

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. — 14 May 1887

S WiS?ki..V t. Bs Ji'-' - . jSf,'H HHHWiM HH itttS yiKt Jin im'VtfKlarlL$ Jmmm i "? j s's-v t 5 "... 'uc 'Pi o "Nearly Sixtosori-ptiorL $S.OO STOCK FJlyCTN-O THE BASIS OP OUR, IN3DXJSTKCCB3S. Single Oopy 15 Gents. BbsSE! - bFtbbbbS1B I tH BvPsssl aPi bbbh aBBw ! y IbkV iwliBHH'flli ZavXrHrBEik BBSaBBBBk-' ?BBawa r" SSBb j-Mak. uU-4MfcArimvCwH -Rltf'wF4SS03SSF!SBBBSSSSBBSiBsaaB1BlHBWBBX2sE9 PWsKB5 M "lJ f &kk K - Jks- TCBasWBMilyfiMWBSaMp 3SSSzKE?BiaSMMii8BBJg yjJSg till H llllSlllliM II J 3bPiBBBBS' ixm- aSSEjBBBBBHf " U j NINTH YEAR. x 5 J. S. TURNER, B SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. X have opened & general store, where the people can buy at the lowest rate GROCERIES, CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, HATS 5c CAPS, FLOUR, FEED, ETC. Tarn an old resident of this re gion, and present for your inspec tion a class of goods which will not flul to suit my neighbors. Prices tte Cheapest! Come md See Me Aiyway. J. S. TURNER. eT I,,. FOR OLD RELIABLE AT coi LOU A. FISHER Has the best stock of go...

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. — 14 May 1887

TT S JS& " && lArt js, -r "1 . Sr"'8&. v .. --Vt t' V- LXi," s , , -y. J"V ;TA" 'I.J- f v . vr: fi. --. V rb ls& k ftfrrfem jSmww OPPICIAL PAPER OP TREGO COUHTY. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Satueday, MAy 14, 1887. Oasser is the name of an Abilene jreal estate agent. That'll do! We are ready to strike hands Tvith the "Wilson Echo on the proposition that our hopes lie in manufactories. The Neio York Herald has thrown this standard to the stars of 1888 Cleveland and Henry W. Grady. Dad dledo. Low Dutch for that'll do. Judge Osborn-, the Ellis Head light states, will hold a special term of the district court at Hays City, begin ning the first Monday in June. Court cases only will be tried. No jury will be pummoned. Skinker, the murderer of Ericson in Ellis county, was sentenced by Judge Osborn last week to twenty years in the Penitentiary. The insanity dodge seemed to lack just that period of work ing perfectly! We are in receipt of the first number of the Trego County Rep...

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. — 14 May 1887

KOjsr3"PW B rxtm fp5 v. 'C-fe&-5-V vlsjc.; -$--? -? Hl J! TRE8Q COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the " World's : Reporters. Rustling COLLYSE, CA'WXN'GS. U. P. BAILEOAD TIMETABLE. KAST "WEST rastMail I G.77a.m 056 I'M Day Faenger..., 12rM ISSpm FreiRht yi'Jrsi 11:23 am I'a3'-eugorfc allowed by permit. Collteb, May 11, 1887. Corn up. Pishing trips. Few wild flowers. Preparing for Memorial Day. The burned prairie one vast lawn. Mercury reached 100 in the sun dur ing two or three days of last week. The bellow of many little calves is the music which pleases the stock man's ear just now. Rye is showing up rather thin owing to its having made but little, if any, growth last fall. At present the roads over the country resemble ribbons of green and brown, serpentinely winding over divides and through draws. W. L. Brown began this week to can vass for windmills and pumps, armed with recommendations of which any man might well be proud. Corn planting occupies the attention of the farmers jus...

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. — 14 May 1887

fp f T c ,v r ' V. Is 'b,b- , Hi .f-'-' & r HARDLY ANT HOPJ& R la Almost Tmpowlble That Any of fh Bailed Miners Can Have SurrlTed. Haxaixa, B. 0. May 5. Ten -whit men tod seven Chinamen have been taken oat of Hm Vancouver coal mine, six of whom were lead. There is now imprisoned in the mine ninety white men of different nationalities and ten Chinamen. It is feared that all will perish by suffocation. Samuel Hudson, wha went down to rescue friends, died from the effects of the black damp. His brave deeds were among the bright things in the carni val of misery. A gang of men have been endeavoring to extinguish the flames in No. 1 shaft, and these are beb'eved now to be under control. A hand fire engine has been taken down into the mine, where itia fighting fire. It is absolutely impossible to get at the imprisoned men until the fire is subdued, for if more air were sent in if would force gas into the fire and cause a sec ond disaster. Even now fears are enter tained that the w...

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. — 14 May 1887

'mMfWwi Winking ! the Rlprht Place. A minister's seven-year-old son one day, after service was over and the family had returned from meeting, said : "Papa, do you ever look at' me while you are preaching?" The father, thinking that he was a little hurt by supposed neglect, said, "Certainly, my son, I often look at you and think of you when I am preaching." "But to-day you did not notice me at all." "Yes, I did, son, several times," said the father. "Well, did you see me wink at you two or three times ?" "No, my son. What did you wink at me for when I was preaching?" UL winked at you, papa, to get you to stop ; you were spinning it too long." SL Louis Observer, Jefb Davis is said by a Chippewa pilot named Beed to have been the pioneer logger on that stream. Reed was one of the early pilots. He says that Jeff Davis sent a crew of soldiers to cut timber, and they got out a lot of logs on the Menomonie (now Cedar) River and ran them down to Chippewa. Arriving at Beef slough, they mistoo...

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. — 14 May 1887

SP WHT8 T " ' Wtftom SmitfHi WrtML OFFICIAL PAPEB OF TEE60 COUNTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satueday, MAy14, 1887. j Tribune, Qreeley county, has had Uncle Tom's Cabin. The wife of Senator Plumb is ill in "Washington city. The senator is de tained there for that reason. The Tribune is glad to note the large acreage of crops which is being put in by the people of Greeley county. Goye county has a bran new post-office bearing the name of Alanfchns. Nathan N. Burkhead js the postmaster. Daniel M. Shook is the post master at the new post-office in Sheridan county. Beaver is the name of the post pffice. Senator Plumb is to deliver the Decoration Day address at Topeka. He delivered a splendid address at Wa-Kee-ney on Decoration Day, 1885. A religious discussion by corres pondents is going on through the me dium of the LaCrosse Chieftain. Let's see, you're a Methodist, ain't you, Fish? Leavenworth Times: If President Cleveland should be elected to a second term, would that include a second te...

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. — 14 May 1887

f-; r?c 2 - ,. '- . j reT3 g jv rvs -.o.a " t yv'nj, l PersonalJoints, Jotted Down by the "World's" Bustling Reporter As He Surged through, the Crowd at District Court. "W. R. Holmes makes a good looking juryman. Byron Kelley, of this city, was let into the bar, on motion. T. P. Garver, one of Salina's ablest lawyers, was at court. E. A. McMath, the able attorney at Grainfield, was here, too. Alvin Bennett, of Wallace, was, on mo tion, admitted to the bar. F. T. Gandy of Wallace, looked as pleasant as a basket of chips. W. W. Gill, of Grainfield, is a bar member. He was admitted on motion. A motion led tothe creating of T. H Hill, jr., of this city, a member of the bar. Riley Moore, fresh from the fields, looked like a business man in the jury group. James E. Stevins, who killed a man at Wallace, was admitted to bail in the sum of 1,000. J. C. Brown, of BaDner, has been en joying the city sights with his usual com placency. M. D. Hollister, shrewd and indus trious was on hand when a...

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. — 14 May 1887

V I pfpfl!p J' T . i?i-rvf-t' " 'v5r -.? E f 7' ;1. .$?k. i t- Kr- -Hi v ;? MX FIRST KISS. BY SJUfUXXi HIHTUBN PXOX. The tender smile of porting day "Was waning in the west ; Soft Bhadows climbed the eastern way . Where morning's feet had prest. We lingered on, my IiOve and I, Amid the fragrant dew, And though our hearts were beating high Our words were low and few. The little stars laughed down in scorn Where had my courage fled? At last, with strength of paHsion born, The fateful words were said. She could not speak she could not see So thick the teardrops shone. But drooping eyelids told to me What lips were shy to own. I've toiled and won an honored name, And now I'm growing old ; I've touched the shining hem of Fame, And found its touch was cold ; But still from out the shadowy past One memory brings me bliss, Fori shall keep while life shall last Our first, betrothal kiss. -New Orleans Times-Democrat. THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER. BY W. D. S. ATKINSON. I. Outside a large and comfort...

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. — 21 May 1887

V- jc-v vVr k y ' ;jts r& KeFjCU&vG STOCK PlAJMINa- THE BASIS CXF1 OTJTR, INDUSTRIES. Single Copy S Oent. fitnmwwfsjmpwm3Mmmsmaaimtmmmmia k e - - FK..I,Vr"BkM.-rHiate"v...'1& " '" "" . V E.U i-v Jl I II I MHKa5S!ZZ SSELjBSBSBSBSBSBBSBSr lfcteQ I .J nrrlBlSs - '" i SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. I have opened a general store, where the people can buy at the lowest rate GROCERIES, CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, HATS 5c OFS, FLOUR, FEED, ETC X aid an old resident of this re gion and present for your inspec tion a class of goods which will not fail to suit my neighbor.4 Prices tie Cheapest! Coke mo See He Aiyway. J. 3. TURNER. m OLD RELIABLE MERCHANT COL.L.YER LOU A. FISHER Has the best stock Two Good Clerks that can rustle and sell more goods than any four clerks any place else. Goods never get old, the boys sell them too fast. i jiiiiImt. Posts, BarM Wire and Coal A. Specialty. Come and see all the New Settler at LOU A. FISHER'S, Collyer, - - - Kansas. BREAD, Fief and Cakes of ail k...

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. — 21 May 1887

$mmmwl w&ww&Mn sEasss-TJras -w ?-' i v" 7 J- TW4J ,J,-VJ V nS.?-. V. " . 4T r J J WCI mfwt 13- jv-i '-. Partem gwtfW WSttM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TRB60 COUHTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Map 21, 1887. The Sentinel expresses pride afc the success of the hay-baling enterprise which has been in operation afc Hays City since last fall. The Florida legislature Las made a United States senator at last. The sen atorial lightning struck Samuel Pasco day before yesterday. Memorial services, we see by the Cap SJieaf, will be conducted afc Grain field on Decoration Day, under the aus pices of the Grand Army Post. The post trader at Fort Hays has received peremptory orders not to furnish 'any more beer to citizens. The Hays Sentinel talks like this order hurts a good many fellows in that town. Wichita's boom is said to he due largely to the fact that the city went to work in the right way by paying the lo cal papers to advertise it. The Beacon and Eagle receive regular advertising rate...

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. — 21 May 1887

JFtw WtWII SX? SBBHHaB Til kr . - - -w - ? T vS.Ti 9r H " J 4 .? V 5 r - - i N . r J t " v -i. WTS S L A It 4 " - A LEfaitmi Sagar Plantatfea f tie Oli Segime. la the beginning of 1798, when Gayoso de emog was Governor of Louisiana, the Bore plantation was Tiaited by three illustrious strangers, the Duke of Orleans and his two brothers, the Count of Beaujolais and the Duke of Montpensier, of the royal house of Prance, who, driven into exile after the death of their father on the scaffold, were striking examples of those remarkable vicissitudes of for tune with which the annals of history are so replete. "When a mousquetaire, or guardsman, in the household troops of Louis XV., and watching over the safety of the Majesty of France, little did De Bore dream that the day would come when three princes of the blood would be his guests on the bank of the Mississippi. ' This plantation was sagaciously and tastefully laid out for beauty and pro ductiveness. The gardens occupied a large area,...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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