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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 July 1887

m? tJ TJi-gHpf ' , :.. ? a t lriEssHR 'Ite. feaaga& . . -. vsAriv.j-r3-. vy..?; fH-i "5vt- i a?". s i -ws. ,. f ir"y ?? .T .SH'5 -" Saras - r ass -pOA-zaA.jzsair. iarfs.ias.sfe t..e1'". r-s-Eetf( ftvu -AV:t&J. 5" -. . . -4 1- JftSl, Jt !-? GENERAL NEWS. WilliamF. Smith, general passenger agent of the Grand Trunk railroad, died suddenly in New York. The situation in Manitoba is becoming precarious. The Dominion goverment will use force, if necessary, to prevent the build ing of the Red Kiver railway, and the Manitobans appear to be full of fight. In dications are that the province will soon be in a (data of onen rebellion if the Ottawa government persists in its present course. A Simla dispatch says the rebellion in Af ghanistan has collapsed. David Armstrong, cashier of the First Na tional bank of Jackson, Ohio, has been ap pointed receiver of the wrecked Fidelity at Cincinnati, ' -In the eight-oared barge-race between the harvard and Columbia crews at New Lon don the former...

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. — 9 July 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 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 July 1887

fS ?sr !. 'fi' S-Wlt '4' iv v , c At &' WHO KHOWSI T CEOBGIE MUXABDK AMBMCS. "Who knows, who knows, O, dainty rose, 7. v What fairy wings Have bruBhod thy cheek? .... Whose message, when the eouth winfl blows, Is told theeV Would that thou coulds t speak I What gentle whisper From the birds Are wafted to thee O'er the flowers, O, lovely rose ; oh ! fresh pinK rosa. What tale is told When the wind blows, When the breeze comes from foreign bowera. Is it a tale of love, untold? Is it the song of some happy maid? Is it grave schemos and plots for gold? Or is it tho wail of a trust betrayed? Tell me, sweet wild briar rose ; But echo answers me : Who knows? Limestone Gap. BY HEXBT DAI.E. " "Hello, Old Cyclone, what's the matter now?" - - "MatteiV Ef yer want ter .keep ther har on yer heards ye'd better stop that ere sqnallin thar an' saddle up." "Injuns?" "Yer bet, thicker'n grasshoppers in Kan sas, sand burrs in Texas, sage brush in Dakota, an' liars in Denver." . "Boys, Old Cy don't...

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. — 16 July 1887

&' fi. . rVa iH B VH IH MBBtkj' SBi Mr IWv ISBAI BW WaV i?-." JUr Jr.F j v SBBBH . Yearly Sutosoriptiori $2.00 STOCK PTAJEMrNa- THE BASIS OF OTJR, rNTDTTSTR,rEIS. Single Oopy s Gemts. BK4f .SBBVw'fBBBBY SBBrSBBBBBBI BBS H flBBBBBBBsWBSw B Si SB' BBBBBBbV BBS .SBI BBI B I BBBBbV SBBBBBBBBBBBa.' BBBBY1 m JfS '3'fllBBa9 5"BBBBBB JRHk'f Vh j- j aBBBBBBBBB BBT SBBi SBBBBBBM BBBi -BBBBBBbVBBi BBBBBBBBB? BBBBBBBBBBBBB BBS e- SBBBBBBBBSBBB V 3 yBBBBBBBBBB- ' f !- NINTH YEAR. h r D O Q I SS H s 5a 1 W O w r c7 X 9 - J. S. TURNER, SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. hava opened a general store, where the people can buy at the lowest rate GROCERIES, CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, HATS 5c CAPS, . FLOUR, FEED, ETC I am an old resident of this re gion and present for your inspec tion a class of goods which will not fail to suit my neighbors. Prices Hie Cheapest ! ' Come ud Ss Me AiywIy. ' J. S. TURNER. t fg 1.E K it if o o 1 S ni in XXX FOR OLD RELIABLE AT COLLTER LOU A. FISHER Has the best stock Two Good C...

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. — 16 July 1887

03 SSS' J.S w BJ 2.J. V -v yl v Sftf , A-A3S?S55. A& 5 "w A3.xrt't- -A- , t-cj -r- , ..& & ,Ar3 5 ,-v. ;vf ;; LJ fitimji, , & 5 r feV ,T2s- vs Nf c- tatem xm ? OFFICIAL PAJP2R OP TREGO COUHTY. . S. JILTON, Editor- Saturday, July 16,1887. Bye3 bye, Boycott! Ip "Justice" Wilson sweats a few polumns of bis skunk rpj; at Tilton this week, his readers must not be offended. He is trying to make himself parallel! We pan refer anybody "with a little surplus cash to a man who will "bet him that inside of thirty days there will be a Democratic paper in "Wa-Keeney, jedited by a Democrat. O The president's retreat before the prand Army, well remarks the. Topeka Capital, ends the war between him and fhat body. He will never rally for another stand against it. Roy NA2STCE, a brother of Gov. Nance, of Nebraska, and who is charged with killing Willis Tomey, in Butler county, Kansas, on the 29 ult., had a preliminary examination Friday evening of last week? and was held for trial wit...

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. — 16 July 1887

arvv & WL t It! Jf 3 . 1 "Wages in Japan. Sinca the table of -wages in Tokio given in the third repor of the royal commission appointed to inquire into the ca"ses of the depression of trade and industry is- apt to be taken as it stands by the outside world, I shall give a few facts of such tradesmen as I have had dealings with. Carpenters, 40 to 60 cents. The first figure is out of all question. Tor about a year I employed a carpenter off and on at 60 cents a day, that is, when time permitted. He would begin work at about 9'a. m., "work" till 6 p. m., and devote about three hours a day to smoking and thinking he was a great thinker in his way and eating, and the work he did in the remaining six hours with the awkward toys that pass for tools here an Englishman or an American carpenter would do in one hour, which brings a Japanese carpen ter's wages to 60 conts per hour, or, taking the day at eight working hours, to $4.80 per day. And I have employed carpenters at 75 cents and $1...

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. — 16 July 1887

l.: L W -$., &' mw ?- :;' 7&x&?$tmjag?Z& . ,i. S" ''"nsWRt'f-Wi vift-5:' -rfvr NWI-fc; & "v - ! 1 .r .:.zigl:. ?". y 'tv cvrg-? ? ? .ft V I WS T.fr tv t t OPnCUL P4PE1 OP TEEM COWTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor, Satueday, July 16, 1887. "Justice." Parallel! Wallace is to have -waterworks. Couitcy organization agitates Ixgan county. Shoot tlie man who says Wallace comity is not organized. Excuse me, however. I want to be justice, and must take the other shoot ? Justice" Wilson, Ox Tuesday of last week, Ness county, by a majority of 53& voted bonds in aid of the D., M. & A, railway. Ness City counts on a big raise from this move. Pbesident Cleveland has pro claimed his intention not to be in St. Louis when the G. A. B. encampment meets there. He writes at length on the subject, and is exceedingly sore, Kellebmajtn" Bkos., whose names are so famliar to us, have, the Buffalo Pioneer says, disposed of the most of their lands in Gove county, and are ship ping their go...

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 July 1887

?' Lf.f r &. ' "- SV IV . iS "- l . -T iTtZTZL LT..'. . Wm J- T7L " --2 '-Jk " "V -- " ' A - - - V . W " --" '? ? & zfvf' .. r ,. . - ica-3t It b Bfc. Hi r tfc 3 1 M, rx. 6-f- If PC & U- TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COIiLYEB CAWINGS. V. P. ftAZZAOAD TOCTTABLX. JEJLBT WERT TaefcMail 6:87am 9:53 pm DayPaMenger 1:38 rx 1:38 px Trelght 3:40pm 11:25 am Paeaengers allowed by permit Collter, July 13, 1887. Showery. Weariness. Bond voting. Chinch bugs Corn in tasseL Church framing. Welcome clouds. Called to eternity Bapidly parching grass. Catholic services "will be attended. The wild current bushes are laden with fruit The camping land seeker looks long before he settles. Collyer gave a majority of 21 against the court-houso bonds. The regular meeting of Collyer W. B. C. next Saturday, July 16. A good rain, and the farmer is the hap piest of all men, for he has a large field of corn. The east-bound mail train yesterday was over five hour...

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 July 1887

mg&m k ac-i u .7 . W& fwk -V-:.. ir - i?"r 3 rxJ- IJ l JitJ V "it v .wsfSf v &6 -Ai " iZiALJS i.Je'at-MJi J" -v. -r?& 'w'-V ruS & v, ! - OB' jrcr Jc &'J&r?f' "' "? ri!rTSi'1xl 1- i-sr" "3 ' ' ? -Sii to ' r tr ' tixs ;, GENERAL NEWS. The London Post (tory) in a leader on the Spalding election urges a complete coalition of the tories and unionists. At Caperton, West Virginia, Itflly Eobin sonshot and killed Charles Wiliams, his -wife's paramour, and was subsequently taken by a mob from the officers and lynch ed. All the parties were colored. Arrangements are making tor the celebra tion at Genoa of the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery of America by Columbus. All the states jf America will be invited to participate. Mr. Parnell's physician declares that the current reports of his ill health are "baseless and brutaL" A commission has been appointed by the postmaster general to adjust and equalize the compensation of po6toffice clerks throughout the ...

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 July 1887

o :. -x$??gm&&s& -&L-& !vv ',!. c.-t Oh BOND ELECTION. The Pension Question. A full attendance of Captain Trego Post members should bo present atrthe meeting next Thursday evening. Certain pension legislation of an important na ture has been recommended by the national Grand Army committee on pensions. Next Thursday night this Post is to vote to endorse or reject the proposed bill. Of course, if Grand Army Posts generally endorse a certain bill, it will have a backing which will send it through congress in a hurry. Turn out, boys! Commissioners' Proceedings. vynEE$ GLOSE BROS, & CO. y. Official Returns of the Election on Tuesday, July 12, 1887. .: WA-KEEXEY. For court-house bonds - 262 Against 46 OGAII.AH. Por . 30 Against ,. . 93 Have 300,000 Acres CLOTHING COMPY GIiENCOE. .For 3 mmfi&fmm?tt&3!h3VF"&i jmhmjmw F,ttt.a'gaFewrer''gfgwgsft7r m;:WfmiMm&;Mfmh 1 c,- ," , - -s?."-aw, ji?i3jr j J",v'&c, r- L1 - ' f - " n ie iv "- 1-1-" t - -'?-r "...

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 July 1887

3Sj5 mm &&$ iK'IKSWBiri I5V?WS -rKSJs&lSMs: j8 i&ff ..?- 'yr-tKaja3T'g 4 A-! ''' ,v F3 ,". it4 ?1 fr. 7ft sJ r$ Itf: Si l! Bw!C & IWOTHIEVEB. BY &ABRT IilNKET. i THE OXB. Te -was the cnshler of a bank, And ltved in princely stjle. His Balary was Hmall at firsts Increasing all the while, Until his peculations rose Unto a goodly pile. But the Directors knew it not, Nor any "leakage" found, Until the cashier's stealings -wrought , Disaster at a bound ; Then "Con-it-be's" and "I thought-ao s" And "Dear-me's" went their round. 33iey found it out, alas, too late ! And scratched their heads of gray, While Mr. Cashier northward flew To good old Can-a-da Absconding Cashier Sad Affair I Of him the papers say. THE OTHEB. Ho was a hungry, weary tramp, Whose meals were never square : With elbows out and knees to match. And feet as pood as bare ; With L altered crown once called a hat Laid light upon his hair. He trudpod about from door to door, With bulldogs n his wake. K...

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 July 1887

". 'rife " Yearly Subscription $2.00 KINTH YEAR. r a o o w ffl r 02 5 X J. S. TOMER, u SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. I have opened a general store, where the people can buy at the lowest rat GROCERIES, OLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, HATS &5 CAPS, FLOUR, FEED, ETC . lam an old resident of this re (ion, and present for your inspec tion a class of goods which will not fail to colt my neighbors. Prices lie Cheapest ! Cue md See Me Aiyway. J. S. TURNER. i ftSlSft K FOR OLD RELIABLE COLLTER 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. We Sell Everything. Lumber, Posts, Barbed Wire and Coal A Specialty. Come and see all the New Settler at LOU A. FISHER'S, Collyer, - - - Kansas. Ogallah Store ! OGALLAH, KANSAS. C. H. BENSOK, PROPRIETOR. laim to take the Farmer's Pro duce, and sell them at the LOWEST PRETAILINB FI6U1ES, Everything they need in the way at DRY GOODS, Gboceb...

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 July 1887

g-y";-?. -jp? , ; .MBUJipua i 1 v'S f m . " ' '"' '-'-ij - '" ' - -j -.sf S.if 2 4j- -. - TWiZ- f Ljh.-S!!. i 'Ji-:WS'tC! vO, , . . -W- i -" A .. u . i &"j ?" V? i" X - t ,. SI H V .r V lUil " Ar OPPICIAL PAPER OP T1E80 COUITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satubdat, July 23, 1887. WHAT SAY OXTB MERCHANTS? In conversation -with a number of farmers we learn tbtft-they can buy goods cheaper in Ellis than at either Hays or Wa-Keeney. Ellis Review. This sounds somewhat gauzy. As far ns Wa-Keeney merchants are concerned, they can not afford to sit still under this charge. The trade in the eastern part or Trego county is worth advertising for. "We mean to say it is worth offering goods at low prices. As the county seat, Wa-Keeney can secure the bulk of this desirable trade if her merchants unite in such a determination. It is a mile and a half east of Ogallah before people are as close to Ellis -as to Wa-Keeney. It is several miles further east before people will turn away from their county s...

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 July 1887

". FCT .' .V v r" hi' ? i?v KOBI.E LORDS OF BEITAUC. Qsmer Specimens of Tilted Classes and tlte Company They Keep. The estates of the Earl of Donough more are in Kerry. Not long ago the noble lord made a trip to Australia, and bronght back with him a young bride, a-Yery beautiful girl, the daughter of CoL Stevens, a well-known Australian. The return was a triumphant one, says the New York Sun, and was signaled by a grand welcome, fireworhs, arches of flowers, and all the rest of it, organ ized by Lord Norton, the Earl's partic ular friend. Only last year the Earl as still a big star in the aristocratic firmament, and in the House of Lords he moved the address to the Queen.' But suddenly there has come a change. The Earl is missed from his accustomed paths. His friends who know the cause of his disappearance keep it to them selves. The rest of his circle knows in m general way that he used to have money from Ireland; that he hasn't any money now, and they point tear fully to a new vi...

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 July 1887

.-' A rtsi- tJr V o$ v ,- 4 '. . V7 Mjgrij.tw -"1 v - t V! 4-, H r . S-" W sisslaL E V H ' . 3"f $ hY - W! frr -r, U 'mtt&m $mm Wwli OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO OOUITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satubday, July 23, 1887. Bridges. Smoky needs a bridge. 3ALEKTE needs a bridge. Blackberry needs a bridge. Dodge City is to have a street railway and a Presbyterian college. Big oreek has a bridge, and it ould not be injured by having another. Abilene, it is Gazette-ed, has lock works. They were opened up Monday morning. The Leavenworth Times claims that the backbone of the liquor-ourni; boycott against it is paralyzed. Work hard, get married and shave yjourself, the old millionaire remarked S7hen asked how to acquire wealth. A Democratic paper says "Gr. A. B." means generally a Eepublican. There is something in this view, come to think of jt. Mrs. C. J, Oyerstreet, it is fferald-ed, was killed by lightning on the jB inst. at her home, twelve miles west and seven south of Dighton. The Y for the ...

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 July 1887

l-::ri' mMMii,mMiM&M& -. V-V-i.'Vs-C. V" - -"'. -. -' j,' , "ST5 ' . iV-i k; -' . f"-. j rT- - w - ':j- ? ., ? .- .i .-""?T'?" t C0MKNSSI0NERSPR0CEEDIN6S. Concluded rci i&st week-J Wa-Keeezt, Kax., July 7, 1887. " Board met pursuant to adjournment. All members present Petitions -were presented from the Toters of Ix)gan township (county,) asMng for the formation of some new voting precincts. The commissioners ordered that voting -place at St John Center be cusconnnueo, ana tnat tne iouowmg pre cincts De estabusned: Oakley precinct To include all that territory Jjmg in townships 11 and 12, range 33, with polling place at Oakley. Monument precinct To include all of townships 11 and 12, range 23, and the east five miles of townships 11 and 12, range 34, with polling place at Ennis City. Winona precinct To include the west half of range 34, in townships 11 and 12, all of townships 11 and 12, range 35, and the east three miles of townships 11 and 12, in range 36, with polling ...

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 July 1887

" ws rfm?' Ksrs-stfls &2fB? Nsfip KiK. f V t "L" v1. ... 4 ssV Pill " '-. , .""'"-' &53&r S-ai!- - - . .'t. ?."- rffSUft Jti JV PiPS Mp.1MiM-MMMIawalMMM""""M'""""MaaMa m pL f5C ." Fv i? SSLjCW S'JU 1& GENERAL NEWS. In all by-elections recently held in Eng .land the Gladstone .liberate have made hand some gains. They have just captured a par liamentary seat from Coventry, made vacant by the elevation of Henry William Eaton to the peerage. At the general election the conservatives carried the constituency by a majority of 605. The new directory of New York city con awns 324,813 names, indicating a population of about 1,600,000, The Italian government proposes to ex clude foreigners from civil-service exami nations. The corner-stone of the new Victoria chapel, at Paris, was laid by Lord Lyons, the British ambassador. The first bale of new cotton from Texas was sold at auction in New York, for 23 cents per pound. The annual convention of the National Educational associat...

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 July 1887

g Ls.jHSssea sT" f V4. "V "f tihj'0p'-fffr A ,'Vf gasssssRwF M ll.it j-!-.-. S. K-- ". - " i-i j '4-T! J! "JK . :.J'..t J i. i. .-"! l??Tiij. ?j. - . 1 'S- WryV-J -inmmmr - m . .' ? .-?". &. pe- U . ? tjt COLLYER CAWINGS. k ColiiYkb, July 20, 1887. Bugs. Parched." Grub worms. "Vines drying. Corn withering. Good rains needed. Potatoes worm-eaten. . Gophers are plentiful Peas and beans scarce. Thanks for the few showers. Are you going to the picnic? Church building progressing. A good rain would save the corn. A heavy dew sparkled on the grass and Tegetation Monday morning. , The report that our friends at Gove City were sick was happily all false. Mr. Mills, daughter and son returned to Hiawatha by taking the fast train at Wa-Keeney Monday morning. Jerry Sheehan, our blacksmith, has in his shop a stalk of corn which measures 9 feet, 2 inches. It was taken from his field. Miss L. Teague was able to occupy her accustomed position at the organ last Sabbath, and the singing was great...

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 July 1887

WGm&ms&sm o, ,"- -TJ w. ".!(-.?" . CW&!'f -5 lM j5,'V.i V s ' BSSSmfi i"--. V -v. ?v- 'i, h IT &? li" ik:- 43HAJCIKG THE BURDEN. 0X MATHER DKAM DKBAUj. f wfmtnin-folks savs I'm a Blue Beard Bedn't orter got lnnrried ag'in Sat that ecrt o' coclcle doan't worry, "Cause I know it's their natnr to chin. -Qaeet it war jest a leottle mite hasty, v jBot I reckon thia k entry ib free, v -Asd people what talks 'bout their nayberf Do&a't cut enny flggor with me. 3fxoy can't talk to me about sorter. Pur I reckin I'va hed a good share, JLcd it shoots through my heart like a bullet When I think uv the angel up There. 2s I wouldn't hev Jane hear me say it Fur enny thing under the sun aCght hatch up the least mite of try envy Or jealousnesB to'ards Number Ons. Ton see, ez one day I was plowln' Tb&t little patch down by the crick, 43 off ox he kinder get shaky Dropped off 'fore h' en-' of th' week. $b I harnessed the nigh un up single Thought I'd try tho o.e critter alone Ma...

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 July 1887

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Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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