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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 25 June 1887

'Jilt"1 J1"! 'glJUL1 ' ' - JJM&SlgJJLMllB i'"ftWll ;4? ' K V ;r - - iiJSl. " . . . .J ,!- x'i. .s-iw---J-fSt- 1 " ' V,.V'gJjt,V & . 3Mm Sawn tJtaM. I " " 'i - -S.V- H "- n r OITICIAL PAPEE OF TIEfiO COUITY. W. S. JILTOH, - Editor. Saturday, June 25, 1887. Ifelln Procl 1 vx STATE OF KANSAS, CaxrsrxoT Tbego. j The State of Kansas to all wfcom these preeents shall come, greeting: Know ye that I, the undersigned, sheriff of Trego county, Kansas, by Tirtue of the anthority in me yested, andby order of the Hon. Board of Commis sioners of Trego connty, do by this proclamation give public notice that on TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1887, There will be held a special election in the several townships of Trego county for the purpose of voting on the proposition to bond the county of Trego in the sum of $35,000 for the purpose of building a court ouso and jail in said county. Polling places will be as follows: , Wa-Keeney township In Wa-Keeney and at Will coxP. O, , . . Collyer township In town o...

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. — 25 June 1887

;v 'T,. - '"- " .v "T- '', J ?' i .Xt W. ,2t -& -v? - bv? - i!?:1" t a i 1 1 if, n, , c &? L- 4 1m kTonio In prepared solely for th cure of complaints whicn afflict all womankind. It elves tone nod strength to : . ine merino onjiuio, lorrccls dnnfferoxiBdlRplRcements and Irregularities, it Is of croat valu In change of He. The use of MEKSEl.Ig FEMALE TOMOduringprev sancy greatly relieves the patns of motherhood and promotes speedy recovery. It assists nature to safely make the critical chanjre from girlhood to fromanhood. It is pleasant to the taste, and may he taken at alKlmes with perfect safety. Price,l. FOR SALK Br DKUGGIKTS. tT. 8. MERKEJ'J' WVQ CO., Sole Proprietors, 6T. U1U13. MO. rr is a puREir vegetable prermjatum i0oHwlCiimKiT AN3wfllK iPRICKDfPRicxiyiSHg I SErfflA-MANDRAKE-BUCHU AJIDSTHER EqUAUyErriCKMT REMEDIES. It luti stood toe Test of Years, in Coring all Diseases of the BLOOD, LIVES, 8TOM ACH, KrDIHSYS.BOW ELS, tc. Itfnriflesthe Blood, Invigorates and 5aASr B...

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. — 25 June 1887

rtir ?: -t WW'S c & fS3$P58fpH$ jM-i,. ttgKr. -"- " 5?' fS-J -. J3 - -J c -S " ..-,. JT , V - efyi f. 3&wvt , &&, s. -3- ', ,fc-rt & f -C 5U. BSK" &r Fr .? --;, Wjtftmi Swtfiv WW. OFFICIAL PA?a0FTlE60C0UITY. W. S. 7YZ.70tf, Mtor- Satubday, June 25, 1887. Leoti has a brick kiln on fire. Gove Fourth. City is to celebrate the Tribune .Fourth. will celebrate the Incorporation agitation prevails at Ellis. Oakley has formulated an incor poration prayer. And at Ness City the Fourth will be celebrated. Smith Center will have a Fourth of July celebration. Lenora intends to be found cele brating the Fourth. There is to be a blowout a-t Sha ron Springs on the Fourth. There will be a Fourth-of-July celebration at Nonchalants, Ness county There is to be a celebration on the Fourth at Fuller's Grove, six miles west of Millbrook. New home grown potatoes in Logan county are what the Oakley Times is cackling about. The Marvin (Phillips county) Mom for has climbed the golden s...

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. — 25 June 1887

p! ir7SF i? !t !. ?ra"VS?3?J&S; ? t. iPTS J" 2 U J. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "Wtrid's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWINGS. U. P. BAILBOaD TOtZ TABUE. EAST TastMail 637ak Dsy Passenger 1:S8pi Freight 3.40PK Passengers allowed by permit WZST 9.56 ?v 1:38 pjc 11:25ac CoiiiiYzs, Jane 22, 1887. - Changes. Intense heat Insects abound. "White butterflies. Mercury at 117. The Bible prize offer. Buffalo grass is browning. Bye rapidly ripening, and the long, full heads promise welL Do not forget the school meeting Thursday afternoon, June 30. The sudden cold change Monday after noon was not conducive to health. P. G. Bower, formerly teacher of Coll yer school, (spent Sunday with his broth er, William. Mr. Kune, the new depot agent, arrived on Monday, and his family came up on the Tuesday noon train. They come from Indiana. Miss Millie Brown went west on the train Tuesday noon, to enjoy another of those pleasant visits with Mrs. L. F. Jones, of Gove City. An enthusiastic me...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 25 June 1887

-v swrf - . VT- f V 4- BH&.1 , Wsm? K?.? i ) i m&L JP IW ? ? tfSfr ft? Ft hit GENERAL NEWS. The information comes by cable that the prieptB in the golden tmple at Amritein in "the Pcrjanb beve ceased to prey for DhuU ep Singh, becanf e bo has bf en intriguing with Bbphp apaintt India. It would be only fair if the BuFrian clergy were to do a little hard, praying lor DbuleeD. Two kepf rain lhe New York city insane Sfjlnm on Ward's Jelai-d, named McHogh end Clesry, have betn arrcsled on charge of candrg tie death of George Farritb, a lunatic, by brutal treatment M. Batble, a prominent lawyer and politi cian or France, is dead. The "Apache uprif in g." which. has been the theme of divers bloodcurdling telegrams from Arizona during the past lew days is evidently a very insignificant affair. An oCcial report to the war department says only s item Iidiens are absent fiom the Ban Carlos refervation, 8nd that ihoe who remain are quiet and tractable. If the gifted borcer tonefpondents...

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. — 25 June 1887

'Css iitwm"m " ' ' i " ! v . " , 1 , ,-" bi . v - a Jus . " -, i v ' i& -- t 7 o- iMfefcc fL 1 u fe- VET OGALLAH OOZINGS. XOOC TABUt OF U. P. KZPSZ8S TKAIHH. Weefc No.201 901p.m. " No. 203 12:38?:. Way Freight 6:00a. jg Eat No. 202 7:14 A. x. -" No. 204 201p.m. " Way Freight..... 630p.m. OgamiAe; Kan., June 22, 1887. Oh! Wasp, where is thy sting? Mr. Martin startedeast last Wednesday. Ogallah will not celebrate the Fourth this year. Begular services at the school house by Bey. Walker July 3. The prairies are at last beginning to put on their brown coat. Mr. Cook's sister-in-law arrived on the 12:30 train to-day, from Indiana. Fob SaiiE. Thirty head of well-bred hogs. C. J. EkiiUnd, 433-tf Ugaiian, Aans. Chas. Oludas has two men at work in his timber, and they are getting ahead of the weeds. Any person desiring a bargain in cattle should call on or address O. J. Eklund, Ogallah, Kan. . 433-tf Preaching next Sunday at the school house, at 11 o'clock, by Bev. M. Knapp. AM are invit...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 25 June 1887

Wwyr9 S34l?Ksr3vfJffi 3k3 ISrP m"sWvvi -SjT spia - I v. A ': r .- srV s( - -VV- i l e ' - -- "'. J. -jw - - . T vt- --- vsr"?' ?, 2-- rj1 v-- -?- Si. ' IT&TV "- 'u . TV- V ., . j' " , t - "'. m-. , ,-!- rsr r . 3V E a B' O MARY, QUEEW OPJJIEBC1 BY JAMES CLAREfCB MANJEH. ThoTO lived a knfght, long ypnra ago, Proud, carnal, vain, devotionlcss ; Of God above, or hil below, Ho topk no thought, but und'Bmayoo, PurBued his courso of wickedness. His heart was rock, he nevr prayed To bo f orpiven for all his treasons : He only baid. at c rtain eeasona, "O Mary, Queen of Mercy l" Years rolled and found him still the same, Still draining pleasure's poison bowl: Yet fo! the now and then somo sbaino; The torment of the undyinc worm At wlii es woko in his trembling soul; And then, though powerless to reform, Would ha. in hope to appease that sternest Avenger cry, and more in earnest, "O Mary, Queen of Mercy." At last Youth's riotouB time was gcra, And Loathing now came after Sin, With locks ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 July 1887

'3p- -7. nfiyn -W! " i - v '''iJ''', -..s. 3K V. 4-YS,J estn s-l. S --.S-v " &'-& MPlTB! r-.tA e?:au l -fr-s "Nearly- SutosoriiDtlon $2.00 STOCK F-AJMrNO- THE BASTS OP OUR INIDXJSTK,rES. Single Copy B Oezits. NINTH YEAR. W i . :' 'H "111 K s &i3 " i SI Z m po h V is h 1 ! I B o II (I w If 'BBS Hi. - gm K m 8 k & S H -s si I Sg, Or k J. S. TURNER, m jOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. I have opened a general store, where the people can buy at the lowest rate GROCERIES, CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, FLOUR, FEED, ETC. X am an old resident of this re ffion and present for your inspec tion a class of goods which will not fail to suit my neighbors. Prices k Cheapest ! CM amd See Me Aiyway. J. S. TURNER. K :- --? M$ ihL t 1 SJ AJ.1 FOR AT LOU A. FISHER Has the best stock of goods in Trego Co. 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. Ie Sell Everything. Jiiiiber, Posts, BarM Wire and Coal A S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 July 1887

. . n-s'-t1"'i'"'- v?- t - j " hk' J HSf:,?iV -S VXlH . 3&e 3it. r tt " -B--! MBHBBHMMHflBHHHaaHalAaHMBHaHaHI i T... -. . ..v ,-? .-' & - - . ..r?j - f- E r Wflstflra 3Snw WML OPPICIAL PAPEB OP TRE60 COUBTY. W. S. TILTON, r Editor. Satjjpdat, July 2, 1887. STATE OF KANSAS, CouwxroF Tbego. J The State of -Kbuhis to nil wbora these presents shall come, greeting:: Know yo that I, the undersigned, sheriff of Trego .county, Kansas, by virtue of the authority in me vested, and by order of the Hon. Board of Commip sioners of Trego county, do by thia proclamation ivo public notice that on TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1887, There will be held a special election In the several townships of Trego county for the purpose of voting on the proposition to bond the county of Trego in the sum of $33,000 for the purpose of building a court house and jail in said county. L Pnlilnir nlaces will be as follows:, a. Wa-Keeuey township In0Wa-Kccney and at Will- OXP. O. " . Collyer township In town, of Collyer ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 July 1887

MW, mmmsmwmmw. '2S3$ 2 ta'v -4 SSP? -rV ?i H?' ,,-. r lfi " .r; W."iau"l'tAlAll. -r . t A. . . 7 -,. ArA iA. Tr rw-fc , "OltL . '" 3 ?,- r t- 1C.C?:-aa-'., ,i .-? - , " ;AWmr'i :,r rfcrf v?' B - -f t AT-"" ,, r-r-" "I S I 5,5 Uj" fFJSJT OiD ME.V. Suppose, thea, we agree to call no man old till he M past sixty-threa Let ns set down the names of some of the illustrious people of the world who have prolonged their days of useful ness after that age. We shall make a table of them, and "begin with those who died at seventy that is to say, with those in whom the -springs of life have not stood still till they have had at least seven years of old age. It will be found, however, to be far from ex haustive, and every reader may find pleasure in adding to it from his own stock of information : 70 Lord Chatham, Petrarch, Coper nicus, Spallanzaui, Boerhaave, GalL 71 Dinnseus. . 72 Charlemagne, Samuel Kichard son, Allan Kamsay, John Locke, Necker. . 73 Charles Darwin, Thorwaldsen. 74 Handel, Fre...

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. — 2 July 1887

J& y s f&- ?1 Li: . ia;..7 H - - 5 A & s " y t"s S?fc.3& , JijL.'L sf , fat gfeflfimi Srww 3foM OFFICIAL PAPEB OF TEESOTJOUHTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, July 2, 1887. EjRWirris about to have a tele phone exchange. The June races of the Kirwin Fair and Stock Breeders' Association, lost week, are reported by the Chief to have been a grand success. Scott county has voted, by a majority of 243, aid to the D., M. & A. railroad. Three townships gave majori ties for the bonds, and four against. The Scott City Sentinel is deter mined to practice euphony grammar or no grammar. Tt dislikes for the "batches" to leave the offal of "beaves" in the east part of town to "lay" and decay-in the sun. The death of General James Speed, which occurred near Louisville, Ky., last Saturday, leaves Hon. Jno. P. Usher, of Lawrence, Elan., the only sur viving member of President Lincoln's cabinet, the Kansas City Star states. Where is Simon Cameron, of Pennsylva nia? Scott City, as ...

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. — 2 July 1887

n-t , ?.r2sr? W? f ir S?C "SP ftpm jv?' psgfe- PJ :,JKV!ft" '.: -iS- 3 - , ' ; 'to ez .-V t.w -? &- .v' BL MV V"" . TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COIxLlHER CAWING. C. T. """" TIKE TABLE. ynw VEST HfcMaIL :. G.37xac 9.56 Day Passenger. 158pm l:38pac "Freight? 3.40pm U23ajc Passengers allowed by permit. ColiiYZE, Jane 29, 1887. Vacation. Two dances. Kreworks appear. Gathering the rye. Base ball practice. Sunday's warm breeze. Cultivators are kept in use. School entertainment highly enjoyed. Mr. Behm returned to Chicago to-day. An enjoyable time is anticipated for the Fourth at Collyer. Ed. Power, eldest son of James Power, is visiting at home after a long absence. The W. B. C. and the hotel proprietor wflTeach give a dance the evening of the Fourth. Bev. Welter's sermon Sunday morning, from the text, "Let us alone," Ex. 14:12, was listened to with much interest C. "W. Jordon, the gentlemanly agent of the Adams Manufacturing Company, of Marse...

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. — 2 July 1887

r X W&t'-W $$&' IPiPPSpftPWP? &l r&n y&? &s& rf.fV-i ; V - Vs- JTSSsr jf h--. Ji-,!', - 3-. w E1- ri" ,V GENERAL NEWS. Justice of the Peace Bernard and his wife were fired at from ambush while driving near Killarney, Ireland. Both escaped un hurt. Last week's changes in the visible supply of grain in this country show a decrease in wheat of 894,005 bushels, in corn of 745.532 bushels, and in oats of 173,68G bushels. The present stock of wheat aggregates 41,217,000 bushels, of corn 11,770,630 bushels, andjof oats 3,012,547 bushels. John Khodmftker, a carpenter at St. Louis, has become convinced that the girl recently murdered at Eahwry, New Jersey, was his daughter. Professor J. H. Breese, of Jennings semi nary, a Methodist institution at Aurora, DJL, has been suspended, pending investigation of a charge of improper intimacy with one of his young lady pupils. A receiver has been appointed for the de funct board of trade firm of Kershaw & Co., of Chicag...

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. — 2 July 1887

iS! w?i 5' rw f:wTff?f: ISBSSKSSsS! Sr j H iun- VYV mi. 0V vs i v-? yf ?&&&? &,sfcw3 i i f -fe"5 K4 L .aj : && J f J-""--- ' y.- v- - r V . W- feb E52-v! n PROGRAM for the FOURTH At Wa-Keeney. Exercises to Be gin at 2 O'clock P. M. Prayer . . , Address President W. C. T. TJ. Marching Song Band of Hope Reading Declaration of Independence Song Male Quartette Temperance Reform,Libbie Shorthill Toast World's W. C. T. TJ. Motto, Mrs. Walker Triple Pledge. . . .Three Small Boys Song The Fourth. . .Band of Hope Toast B. Gaisford Recitation . . ". Pearl Morse Toast 'The Press. . . .G. J. Shepard Recitation Bertie Dann Son Glee Club Toast S. R. Cowick Recitation Grace Osborn Dialogue Two Girls Toast J. W. Carson Sons: When We Are Old Enough to Vote BAIN. It Begins in the Night And Comes at Close Intervals Throughout the Next Day. It began to fall some time before day light Thursday morniDg. The headlines tell how it continued. Perhaps an inch fell. The ground, -which ...

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. — 2 July 1887

;ck V3 w -. A )l 1KB. BAILLEBY. XX.KGT ON A ItAlLBOAD PAB3, Nomoro, 'ttvlxtrnlls of iron laid O'er flold and moor and fallow. Anemones will bloom and fado, And dnialcs, whito and yollow; No inoro between the ties will grow Tho weeds and tangled grassos ; They'll all bu dead, all trodden low By ncoplo without passos. From many a fair provincial placo, Whero companies are stranded, In onrly spring "will settho pneo Tho-o companies disbanded; From many a legislate o hall . Will como a fresh contingent; Bhippors and editors w ill fall In lino; there's no infringement Of tho grim law; when skies abovo Betoken settlod weather Then will tho sorrowing cohorts move Along tho track together. No inoro botw oen tho ties will grow Tho weeds and tangled grasses ; They'll nil be dead, all trodden low By pecplo without passes. The Banker's Dauchter. . BY 31. J. ROY. It was a plain but neat little country house standing at the roadside, surrounded fey tall elms and maples. It looked in the trian, gr...

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. — 9 July 1887

TO53WflG8MW3Sg $&1 ' "i:z- - -n-T" t.". fMfV "vi jr - " '?- " i-t " f v swk.n ; ' 7-iT?t - jir.fc r- , arr. - ,si rw j F", m -. -.. .3 -,-" jr?r--4 ? 1T lT &?: TJ2H?jr " fcr . 7 .HK. "S"f.j -,-f -''-I a;- .0. 1 111 - ..J -W? 1 JT- 1 j Sr'T . '- - ' . . mm .am r m h - w ar r m v hh hh hh - hi. iiit BtHsiar Htn ?. - . k s-.bbm- KiSy.", k H T- .. , 5 V, i-T jrf. Bifly"BL sf9trJUswswsw" ' J"TwBtlytM?TMiyTl"1&tyg" BSMSfejSMBs"" rawMMSjBlSsm, mi sSjSlSjMSSESmEsyt3J'pgC5MKF3f'jBJteA33 3iW1WsBMslllMMsslliBlsislM,sWBMsWB X "yearly Su.tosoription $3.CXD NINTH YEAR. U g o 2 &Q H -I X s dd m r '-tv J.S.TURM, E SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. I have opened a general store, where the people can buy &t the lowest rate CROCERIES, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, HATS Sc CAPS, FLOUR, FEED, ETC. X am an old resident of this re gion, and present for your inspec tion class of goods which will not fkil to suit my neighbors. Prices the Cheapest ! Cove and See Me Anyway. J. S. TURNER. 2a : c ; . f$...

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. — 9 July 1887

Si " &r --'q- ''fev r 7,V Mi ? Weston VMM WwM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TEEGO COtTBTY. W. 5. 770V, ---:-- Editor. Satukday, July 9, 1887. 1 BTATE OF KANSAS, ? Cookty or Tkego. S ' TJio 8tate of Kawas to ajl vtom these presents ' ehall come, greeting: Know yo tfiat I, the undersigned, sheriff o Trego county, Kansas, by virtue of the authority in mo vested, and by order of the Hon. Board of Commls fcioners of Trego county, do by this proclamation give public not;co that on ' TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1887, There Tr,ll be held a special election in the several townships of Trego county for the purpose of voting on the proposition to bond the county of Trego In the sum of $35,000 for the purpose of building acourt house and jail in ald county. Polling placoa will bo as follows: .. "Wa-Keeney township In Wa-Keeney and at will coxP.O. . , . Collyer township In town of Collyer ana .at Banner P.O. ,, . Ogallah township At tLe town of Ogallah. Glencoo township At the school house on Big erect situated ...

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. — 9 July 1887

mssm &r .,-aass? -JSS3it i-.vAj1 " '"- -. j ,. SaS?. r&m'i-uVK ." s5i k i,.- - -3 ,v 'a$yr " T!.-.. V r. Vr- - rr-a !"W3- frt.'V ft. tjsot jrxir rojur. jswxzz. Sour New-Yorker of the present gen eration is gorgeona to behold. He -rears, to begin with, 3 'tile, latest Pic adilly style, smooth and shining enough to bespeak him the proprietor of an ex cellent valet. The covert coat he ha long since relegated to -wearers of ready-made clothing, "who are of coarse beneath consideration, and in its stead he either -wears a short coat of black doth, or, if the weather permits it, ap pears in public without that very useful article of gentlemanly appareL A jink shirt and a white collar and cuffs must be sported by him "who would be in the very height of fashion, for though the effect is weird in the extreme, has it not been introduced by that social auto crat, ERE, the Prince of Wales? Poor Mr. Snodkins, it is true, made a sad mess of it when he attempted to take the town by storm a...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 July 1887

V? rT; &. jtf v& mm& 3SSJS"'Jf K!.r . -v ,-Wfl XjJ5KC't,'' 7, -K :wl$;fe;f'?;H- A""S-" iHr?fi WT " f "Tvi"ir vs. - Jto i.1 iW .-TJeV .JTM'-c&.& n-A-'T" x a itff &'W fsiw; , !' , tritiiw ISawM OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITT. W. S. TILTON, Editor. J3ATUEDAY, JULY 9, 1887. J. J. Simpson, of Mitchell county, has been declared insane, it ia Gazctte-ed. In the shooting case np by Oak ley, which we mentioned last week, it was Evans- who shot Steele, instead of the other way. ( Tttr Memnhis Anneal, a Demo cratic organ ot the South, in view of his battle-flag foolishness, and the gush ing letter hat he sent to Queen Victoria, says: ''Cleveland is sliding as easilyinto mishap and blunder as hitherto he has been careful and prudent." Tmbunti has been declared the temporary county seat of Greeley county. This moves the Gazette at Horace to re mark: "The boom of cannon could be heard from over the draw on last Monday night, after they received the vote on the county seat ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 July 1887

'.: l- ir ft: f ECS ! fJ r?' pf l L V ' w'"' W sA " TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's"- Rustling Reporters. COLI.YEB CAWINGS. V. P. piTT-Bptp TIME TABLE. EAST "WEST FastMail ,,.,.. 637am 956pm Day Passenger, ,.. 1:38pm 138 pk Preight 3.40pm 11:25am Passengers allowed by permit Cqi&yez, July 6, 1887. Warm. Sick ones. Heavy showers. A narrow escape. Sunflower blooms. Beautiful mornings. A beautiful Fourth. Some of the bitters trade has been .or dered off, it is said. Mr. Mills, 'senior partner of our mer cantile firm of Mills & Sons, is expected here this week from Hiawatha. The few who attended services on Sun . day were treated to an interesting, patri otic discourse by Eev. J. C. Elliott. Win. Jennings, county treasurer of Sheridan county, and formerly a resident of Gove, passed through the town to-day, on his way to Topeka. Bains and showers have been frequent during the week, and the corn leaves are stretching their points skyward, as if to hasten the growt...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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