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ll'l T ':4,vj' WESTERN KAS. WORLD. ECHOES FROM THE "WOfHJ" JM I00i. AT-rasT 'r a rjLf - I i? ; w-'? 0TPOC !Eg?!!!M''MB'"'''M"l'l'M"M"WM'''w''MM,'l'MWM''''T'T'''TT X..?. g: - . - 1M v J T . I - . .. - .i-. .T V . . " MJ -. ijLj.I--'ji l.-"! -i. JK -ft"t I 'rt"i. -iaffW i f r -I - -W W fV-- -. - t.. TC tr W. S. TtLTGN. Editor. Satuedat, April 6, 1885. GENERAL GRANT'S Condition onWednesday was decidedly improved. His physicians are hopeful General Grant said he believed he would recover. He has lost flesh; but is not emaciated seriously. -Rainbow Thursday morning. School lively. land appraising goes on A small rain shower Jell Wednesday afternoon. This (Saturday) meeting time. evening f isVPost Sheriff Baker went to Topeka Thursday and returned the next day. on Considerable attention isbeing7paid just noWby our people to tree culture. Captain Hannah went ! to Topeka' on Tuesday, and has not returned home yet. Thomas Caddick was at Downs Osborne county, the first" part of the week. Geo. Barrett, jr., has come"iip from Manhattan to take care of his father's cattle. Last Monday was an old timer for a heavy wind from the south, and the night was no better. Bev. Mr. McGibbon, of Toik staie, preached at the Methodist church last Sunday evening. J. H. McQuown, who has started the town five miles east of Hays City, spent Wednesday in Wa-Keeney. m The public park at this place is re ceiving various improvements. Many new trees are being planted. We hear Mr. W. F. King spoken of in terms of praise for the correct mannor in which he tackles his official duties. The top! price for wheat in Wa Keeney is 55c. Ellsworth has shipped quite a quantity to Kansas City this week. W. S. Varnunij from LeMars, Iowa, has been in town tbis week. He likes this section of country, aud will piobably locate here. G. F. McKnight came back from Clay Center last Sunday. He reports that the health of Mrs. McKnight is materiallv improved. Mr. Tbny, the Rv"celi tree agent. inform" " tlai tho trees C which oui people have ordered through him will be here on Thursday. In his sermon last Sunday ?Bev. Mr. Stayt put in some telling work. He generally has something good to say, and is an impressive speaker. The milliners who had been occupy ing the room into which Keeler has moved his barber shop have taken quarters in tho Jo. Escher building, ;up the street. The railroad company jhave had the parks along tho track at this'jplace fenced this week. The neat plank fence adds greatly to the appearance of these incipi ent forests. On Tuesday Keeler moved his barber shop into the south room of the Werlich & Kershaw stone building. He is building np quite a business, we are glad to be able to state. Stebbins & Day have opened an office in the first building south of the World office. McCready's meat market seems to have left there for the region which no man can see. Station Agent Mooro informs us that the cash receipts at his office for the month of March were $1,258 an increase or auout one nunorea per cent, over those for March, 1881. The business card of Mr. D. H. Hen kel, tho land agqnt, appears in this issue. Mr. Henkel is what is known in plains parlance as a rustler. He means busi ness, and is worthy of the entire con fidence of the public Vednesday morning, F. O. Ellsworth shipped to Halthusen, Colorado Springs, Col, 3,900 pounds of millet Mr. Hal thusen is an extensive-scale wool buyer, who visits this region some springs. John Barrett's first child appeared on his premises last Monday morning. . It is a girl. All hands are doing well, and John is entirely excusable for being a little more elastic in his step than usual Mrs. Wm. McFarland reached town from Hugo, Colo., the fore part of the week. She and the children will take up their residence on the claim, out on Trego creek. Mr. McFarland will prob ably remain out west for the present. Mr. G. C. Shultz is in receipt this week, all unsolicited by him, of a testi monial of his worth as a man and citizen. It comes from Winchester, Indiana, where lie studied law and was admitted to the practice. It is signed by several lawyers and'eounty officials. ' In the evening of the 7th inst Geo. D. Brown was surprised to find himself the target of a birthday party. His thirty-ninth year was completed that day. He received thirty-nine lasheg, a good supper was served, and then came some good music. The affair was very enjoyable, not to Mr. Brown only, but all concerned. Messrs. Baker &' Shultz, the. land agents, believe in patronizing home insti tutions. At leasts we infer that they do from the cards and maps which they are having printed in this job rooml Jt in all light for people who prefer supporting a foreign print shop to do so. Our obser vation has been to the positive effect that the home-shop printer loses mighty little by such moves in the long run. 7 Mrs. McFarland reports that James Lindsey, the colored man from this place, who was dragged from a handcar at Hugo, Colo., awhile back, and severely injured, is recovering slowly. He is back at Hugo from the railroad hospital in Denver; not that he should be out of the hospital, but because the Irish, element in that institution made it uncomfortable for Lindsey, who was the only colored occupant None of Lindsey's bones were broken. Mrs. McFarland says that the two boys who threw tho rope at Lindsey did so for pleasantry, instead of malice. He, lauginng, reached, a band lor the rope. and. by accident, it became fastened around his arm. The bojs let go their hold on the rope. It then swung under the car, and becoming fastened, dragged Lindsey down. He will probably bo able to resume work in the course of a fortnight. In company with Mr. Kritchfield,we went to the cemetery last Sunday to view W. H. Fuson's monument. It was made in Topeka, and placed in position by Mr. Kritchfield. This monument is made of blue American marble, is seen feet in heighth, and weighs 1880 pounds. On one side are the emblems of the A. F. fc A. M. and G. A. K. orders, and tbe dates of the birth and death of him in whose honor the monument stands. The mon ument adds greatly to the beauty of tho cemetery grounds. It stands in almost .he center of the plat Messrs. Scott & McGibbon, of New York state, purchased, last Saturday, through Pope & Mitchell, of Stockton, the following lots of land lying just north of the Tiego county line, iu Graham county: Sections 11, 13, 15, 22 and the east half of 27, all in township 11, range 23 Then, as if to round out the transac tion, they came down and paid to see the World rotate for a whole year. They returned to New York last Monday. W. S. Harrison is the latest and greatest big-egg man in the contest His, ho saj s, was layed by a common, short legged hen, seven or eight jears old. The egg measures 8x7 inches, aud weighs 4: ounces and i drachms. Mr. Harrison sa.) s that this big class of eggs have boon common at his house for years past. The Worlu's egg legistrar is ready to register all new contestants in tho big egg field. iTION IN COAL AT ELLSWORTH'S. LOivJi1: i J Rock Springs Lump. Nut . . .$6.00 . 7.00 . tf.00 Miss Emma . II. Bristol, of Bristol Sisters, Florists, Topeka. Kansas, will be at A. JL Blair's office, Thursday and Friday, May 21 and 22, with a choice collection of House and Betiding Plants, Bulbs, Seeds, etc., for sale. THOMAS CADDICK. Men's, boys' and youths' clothing in endless quantity at Caddick'?. If it is something of good quality that you want, I have it. If you want something at right low prices, I have that also. The largest stock of boots and shoes in this whole western country is to be found at Caddick's. To call and examine will establish the truth of this statement. One of the best, as well as the finest, assorted stocks of groceries to be found in the west is at Caddick's. To add to this, a car-load of Greeley potatoes will be here in a day or two. In dry goods, Caddick has as fine an assortment as is kept in any store in this section of country. Flour, feed and salt, at wholesale and retail, at Caddick's. SEEDS.'' SEEDS ! Field, Garden and Tree Seeds. KELLY & WALKER have in stock: FIELD SEEDS. 400 bushels German 'and Small Millett. 150 bushels Orange and Amber Cane. 100 bushels Winter oats. TREE SEEDS. Box Elder, Honey Locust, Native Ash, Osage Orange. GARDEN SEEDS. A full and complete stock ofc fresh garden seeds in hulk. Examine our stock before making purchases. CALDWELL . T FARM AXD SPRING WAGONS For sale by W. S. Mead. As low in price as can be bought. Horses for sale. WRITE OUT YOUR ORDER. If you would, like to have Kalso- mining, Painting, Graining and Paper-hanging done, I will do it for you and give you satisfaction. Jrlease give me your order by mail. John 'Ronnqutst, 319 Wa-Keeney, Kansas. - Hoods, caps, woolen underwear, nubias, &c, at , MORGAN & DAMN'S. Morgan & Dann have a splendid assortment of Clothing on the way from the East. Examine then stock and prices before you buy. 1 GETTING READY FOR THE BOOM. Kelly & Walker unloaded this week a ear load of wagons and plows. W. B. Kritchfield has samples to show anyone wanting to buy a good carpet of any kind. 316 All persons wishing to purchase U. P. R. R. lands, call on John A. Nelson, U. P. Land Agent The brought ceived at finest stock of Eats ever to Wa-Keeney just re- MORGAN & DANN'S. OJMMJte No. 3626. Land Office at Wa-Keenev, Kan. March 27, 1885. Complaint having been entered at this office by Willliam H Fursniail against Albert Bail,f or abandoning his homestead entry No. 4151, dated Nov. 13, 1879, upon the ne 1-4 sec 18, tp 14 s, r 21 w, in Trego Kansas, -with a view to the cancellation of said entry; the said parties are hereby siimmoned to appear at this office on the 21st day of Mar, 1885, at i o'clock p. m , to respond and furnish testimony concern ing said alleged abandonment. 320 W H PILKENTON, Eeceiver. Osborn & Monroe, Att'js. iVo. 3773. Land Office at Wa-Kee'nev,Kan. April 11, 1885. Complaint having been entered at this office by Christopher C Combest against Charles Greenwald for failure to comply rith lawe as to timber culture entry no. 2126, dated July 22, 1879, upon the nl-4 tec 20, tp 15 s, r 23 w, in Trego county, Kansas, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging that the said Charles Greenwald wholly failed during and since third year of entry to plant 5 acres of said land to trees, seeds or cuttings and wholly failed to plant any part of said land to trees, seeds or cut tins since making said entry, or cause the same to be done; that said tract is wholly devoid of timber or trees; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 22nd day of May, 1885, at 1 o'clock p m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. BJF HANNA, Eegister. ' W H Pilkexton, Eeceiver. A H Blair, Att'y. 320 No. 3625. Land Office at AYa-Keenoy,Kan. Maich27,1885. Complaint having been entered at this office by William' H Fnrsman against George W Miller for failure to comply with law as to timber-culture entrv No 1747, dated Oct. 18, 187S, upon the nw 1-4 sec 18 tp 14 s, r 21 w, in Trego co., Kan. with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging that the said George "W Miller has failed to plant or cause to be planted the first or second five acres or any portion what ever of said tract to trees, seeds or cut tings during the third and fourth 3 ears or at any other time since entry; that said tract has been devoid of timber or living trees and no trees, seeds or cuttings have been planted thereon and no portion thereof has been bioken, stirred, or cultivated-since prior to Oct. 18,1882;! me saici parties are nereuy summoned, to appear at this office on the 21st day of ilay, 1885, at 1 o'clock p. m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. 320 W H PILKENTON, Eegister. Osborn & Monroe. Att'vs. J JT. TV. DRUGGIST AND DEALER i:sT PURE MUGS AID MEDICDfES, CHOICE) PERFUMERY (AHST) (TOILET) (ARTICLES FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES AND PAINTERS' SUPPLIES PATENT MEDICINES And Everything in Druggists' Sundries. Soda water at Popular Prices. Cf I am giving my whole attention to the Drug business, and can and will meet anybody's prices. J. H. BAKER, N. P. G. C. SHULTZ, Attorney. LAND.& EMIGRATION CO. HOMESTEADS TIMBER CLAIMS Deeded Lands I Town Lots BOUGHT AND SOLD, Will attend promptly to all Legal Business before the Courts and U.S. Land Office. Correspondence Solicited. The right to this Patent .Bee Hive will be given in exchange for Relinquishments of Homesteads and Timber Claims or Kansas lands. HA-KEENEV, KANSAS. jtheir. books for sale. j A Terrible Slaughter! 3 o . 5 n tz O (fi g pi S h n Izj BB I s a w p g w o 0 h E dS'2 & ? g. s g a s B o 3 jn v, & go - 8 p " s CD P FEEDDLE, Half-breed Norman 1 COPPER BOTTOM, Will stand permanently for the coming Season at MEAD'S STABLE- $10 for Insurance. S8 for Season. ' i .$2 to bo paid at first Service. Season till first of September. Nine months to prove if mare is with foal. JAMES HENRY. 8 J. OSBOfeN. LE3 MOX20X. QSEOHN & MONROE, Attorasys-at-Law &. Real Estate Agents WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. D. tL 1-lOiiCEL, REAL ESTATE & LOAN A6L LOCATING A SPECIALTY. OFFICE "WITH OSBORX & M02KOE, WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. $loo,ooo TO LOAJST! On Keal Estate at 12 per cent. OOTT, APOTHECARY.: cs ?$ " Trt CoTJirirTBEASuBKR Office, ' . Wa-Keestey, Kan. J I will offer at public sale at my office in Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Tuesday, May 5, 18S5, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., the following described state school lands: Dcs. Sec. 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SCHOOL LAND SALE, County Treasurer's Office, ) Wa-Keexey, Ka. j I will offer at public sale at -my office at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Thursday, May 7, 1885, between the hours of 10 a. m., and 3 o'clock p. m., the following described state school lands: Description. Sec. Tp. R. Af.Vah Nel-4 of nwl-4 30 14 23 3120.00 Jf " " U K Sel-4 " " " " Sw 1-4 " " " Nel-4 of swl-4 " " " Nw 1-4 " " " " " Sel-4 ,f " " " Sw 1-4 " ' " " No 1-4 of nel-4 3-3 15 24 Nwl-4 ' ' " Se 1-4 " " " Sw 1-4 " " " ' ' " Nel-4 of nwl-4 " " - " ' Nwl-4 " " " " " Sel-4 " " ," Sw 1-4 " " " """ " iel-dt of sel-4 ' " " " Nwl-4 " " " - " Sel-4 " " " " Swl-4 " " " " " Nel-4 of nel-4 36 14 . 25 " Nwl-4 " " " " M Sel-4- " " " " Swl-4 " " " " " Nel-4 of nwl-4 " " " " Nwl-4 " " " " " So 1-4 " " " " Sw 1-4 " ". " ' " " Nel-4 of sel-4 " " " " Nw 1-4 " " " ' " , " Sel-4 " " '" "" " Sw 1-4 " " " . Nel-4 of swl-4 " " " Nwl-4 " " " " " Sel-4 " " " " Swl-4 " " " " u Given under my hand at Wa-Keeney, Kan., this 8th day of April, 1885. JAMES KELLY, 319 County Treasurer. PONIES & CATTLE ! FOB SALE ! The undersigned, executrix of the estate of W. T. Hunter, deceased, will sell at private sale, . either singly or in lots to suit the purchaser, s AND MAD OF CATTLE. A number of the ponies are mares with colts. They are of good size, have been in the state over one year, and have been well wintered. They are a desirable lot of pony mares, and WILL BE SOLD REASON ABLY. Also A GOOD STOCK RANCH Of 96o acres under fence, with plen ty of water, two miles from Wa Keeney, Kansas, to rent. Call on the undersigned or W. H. PILKENTON, Receiver U. S. Land Office. MKS. W. HUNTER, Executrix. Wa-Keenev. Kam March 24, 1885. wW'Pmt'm: f?iAOunga xwnwjyv liT m J1 i I II I rai- -? Tyw ooKwa- brand, BL on left hip. COLUMBIA RANGE.. Bestob,Bestob jt Hatjghtok. - ri All cattle DV od left hip. Horaeff IBiEfW BV on,left shol- 1 der. M Address, Will- HiBI cox P. O., Trego JOSEPH MIDDLEBY. T and bar on leffr hip and bar run ning parallel on the neck. Address, Gibson, Trepro co.. Kan.- W.S.TILTON. T on left snonlder and horizontal bar just below the T. T 3 Address, Wa-Keeney, Kan. GEORGE BAKER. MB (connected) on left hip. Address, Wa-Ke- ney, Kansas. WEBSTER BROTHERS. BANCH ON SAMNE BTVER, 6 MILES NORTH OF COLLYEK. Post-office ad dress, Collyer, Ks. All cattle brand ed A on left side. Horses, the same brand on left hip. Earmark on all cattle, nnderbit in both ears. yirZ(& "V5 ITl Ik- ! OnSr j'3 iffi J A . i;- j?z&. && Slfev & ")j") r?x 3&S. The majority oftlio ills oftlie r.frmr ftorfy arise from a oraziffemesit of tn6 K,ve2 affecting both the siamacFt anji Ictoels. In order to effect Oiire, it 4 necessary to remove the'eauje. Jvretju tar and Sluggish action of the o"Jsctst Headache,8iehncestalthc Blomach, I:ti : in the Sack and ZoinSj etc., indicate Uia9 tho Zinsr i$ at fault, and that nature vc quires assistance to cnaHtla this organ U throw off impurities. 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