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SEVENTH YEAH.
WA-KEENEY, KAlSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1885.
NUMBER 21.
Col S. vN. Wood was attached
Sunday evening? while in attendance at
theMethodist church, with what appeared
to be cholera morbus. He was seriously
ill all day yesterday. Toprta Capital,
Tuesday. We do not happen to know
whether Sam Wood is a pretty steady
church goer or not. To guess at it from
' his general deportment, we should sup
pose that something would be bound to
happen if he were to attend church
through proper motives.
KANSAS PATENTS.
S. A. Haseltine &Bro., patent solicitorr,
Springfield, Missouri, send the World
the following list of patents which were
issued to citizens of Kansas during the
past week:
J. Bloedel, Wyandotte, hame.
D. N. Jones, Wichita, wagon-box
coupling.
Q. Cipher, Seneca, rotary steam valve.
L. 0. BUSINESS STATEMENT.
We can not be too particular in thank
ing Mr. Wm. H. Dann for his labor in
making out, at our request, the statement
of business done at the government land
office in this city for the six months end
ing July 30. It is such kindnesses as
this which fill with joy the heart of the
busy reporter. It is such exhibits as this
which show how the growth of western
Kansas has vaulted upward with new
energy each recurring month since the
setting in of the present year.
Indications now point to an immigra
tion and commercial boom of heretofore-
undreamed-of proportions in this land
district for the next nine months, at least.
This prediction is basGd upon ..the
proposition that -it is too late in the year
for the boom to be broken this summer.
In a country like this, booms never are
broken in fall or winter.
CLEVELAND AND SHERIDAN. ,
- Cleveland ordered Sheridan to the
Indian Territory to take active command
of the troops in the field against the In
dians. The Topeka Common-wealth thinks
that this action of the president is with
out precedent, and says, in effect, that the
power given him as commander in chief
of the army by the constitution means
nothing. It occurs to "the World that
Cleveland treated Sheridan with dis
respect. But, then, the constitution is
higher than any law based upon it, and
the order is undoubtedly legal in every
sense. The trouble is that there are in
our national constitution certain seeming
incongruities which time will not be able
to heal. One of these is giving the
supreme military and naval command to
a fellow like Cleveland, who has, by
fraud, been foisted into the highest office
of the government, which should always
be filled by a man combining the essen
tial parts of a statesman and patriot.
COUNTY CONVENTION.
A FOOL OR A LIE.
Cleveland is a fool, or late dispatches
from Washington misstate his position
on the subject of removing Republicans
from office. He is reported as having
called a sudden halt within the last week
on any further changes being made in
office without actual cause in the direction
of dishoner or incompetency. This step
is reported to have involved the canceling
of a large number of appointments which
had been determined on by the heads of
different departments.
Now, here is the phase of policy which
this report reveals: Cleveland is unstable
in character. He does not know from
one day to another what policy he wants
to pursue. He is arbitrary. He is tyran
nical. This action in shutting off ap
pointments involves the plain fact that
every one of the hundreds of Republicans
who have been ousted while Cleveland's
cabinet were running things ought to be
reinstated, unless he is inefficient or
corrupt. But Cleveland does not hint at
remedying what, from his late decision,
is a heinous wrong!
We repeat: He is a fool, or else he has
been grossly lied about
Names of the Delegates and Al
ternates Composing It.
Here are the names of the delegates
and alternates who are to compose the
Republican county convention which is
to meet in this city to-day.
WA-KEENEY TOWNSHIP.
Delegates. James Kelly, E. S. Millard,
Daniel Pershing, S. T. Bartlett, J. M.
Welch, J. H. Baker, Joseph Marks, S. J.
Osborn, George Pinkham, A. B. Mummert,
Riley F. Moore, W. H. Willcox, Thomas
Ar Shortbill, John Ronnquist.
Alternates. George Baker, George
Brodks,'W. F.'Pagett,- Thomas Caddick.-
OGALLAH TOWNSHIP.
Delegates. Eli McCollum, Henry Cut
ler, J. P. Marquand, S. S. Harvey, C. C.
Yetter, J. W. Reynolds.
Alternates. C. Ridgway, L L. Mc
Garvie. GLENCOE TOWNSHIP.
Delegates. W. F. King, D. J. Wilson,
G. W. Cross.
County Superintendent for nor-
mal fund. "5.00
J. Groft, J. P. fines collected ... 1.00
Cash on band March 26, 1885. . 16,004.21
31,106.94
DISBURSEMENTS.
School districts 1,421.12
City of Wa-Keeney 65.00
County superintendent, orders
on state school fund 3,020.28
County tax refunded 1.55
State " " .36
Interest on school district No. 3
bonds 27.00
Interest on county bonds 240.00
County bonds redeemed 7,000.00
County warrants paid 1,439.06
Balance cash on hand 17,892.57
31.106.94
My ledger this day shows the following
balances and the several funds to which
they belong: '
Trego county school districts.
No. 1 116.64
2 202.81
3 14.62
Bond fund " 127.12
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
11.
22.17
3.28
27.11
29.18
42.38
7.09
30.94
12 279.01
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
21.
22.
23.
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5.54
60.18
75.47
20.00
28.16
67.38
81.15
13.53
53.88
24 115.52
THE COUNT 2' CONVENTION.
The World very frequently addresses
the Republican party of Trego county.
In do:ng so, it places itself in the position
of a friend talking to friends.
The county convention which meets
to-day has only one thing to do. That is
to select five delegates to the judicial con
vention which is called to meet at Mill
brook on the 27 inst It is the right of
every member of the party in this county to
demand the selection of men for the Mill
brook convention, the word of each of
whom is exactly aa good as his bond.
Assuming that this will be done, but
little more is left to be said. This policy
carries with it the presumption that the
delegates from Trego county to Millbrook
will go there to assist in nominating the
best man for judge, caHrdy regardless of
-whether . e does or docs not live hi this or
that fart'cular cecnty.
In saying this we enunciate a principle
whose soundness no man will dare deny
before intelligent men. At the same time,
we are in entire sympathy with the idea
of exhausting all possible effort to secure
the nomination of a judge from this rail
road tier of counties. What we protest
against is the demagoguery of declaring,
in advance, that the candidate of any
particular county shall be placed under
the ban just because he happens to live in
that county. This is not the spirit which
pervades the Republicans as a party.
The party is greater than any man in it,
and it will not tolerate tne saie oi ltseii
Elocutionary Repast.
Wr. C. O. Case, of Hillsdale College,
Mich., will give an elocutionary entertain
ment at the Church Monday evening, 20th
inst., under the auspices of the Trego
County Normal Institute. There will be
no charge at the door, neither will the
contribution box perambulate the pews
at the conclusion of the program. Mr.
Case gives this entertainment as a recre
ation to himself and a pleasant pastime
for the normal and its friends. All are
welcome and the same number are invited.
The program will embrace music and a
variety of pieces, varying in character,
solid, sentimental, pathotic, humorous,
etc. The Schoolboy's First Appearance
in Public; Kentucky Belle; How the Old
Horse Won the Bet; Death of Little Jo;
Women's Rights; How We Caught the
Mouse; Abel Law and the Ghost, are
among the selections on the program.
Ellis County for Rathbone.
Special to the WORLD.
Hays Crrr, Kan., July 15.
Republican convention held to-day.
The following delegates are elected to
the Millbrook convention, instructed for
Rathbone: Frank Hopkins, Ed. Madden,
H B. Kohl, C. W. Miller, J.V. McQuary,
J. B. Hutchinson.
Normal Sociable,
In Normal room, Tuesday evening, 21,
at 7:50.
Parents, children, teachers all are
invited. A pleasant and profitable even
ing is anticipated
COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS.
The board of county commissioners of
Trego county held their quarterly session
on the 6th and 7th days of July, with all
the members in attendance.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved.
The board approved several appoint
ments of school land appraisers.
The county treasurer's and superin
tendent's reports were read and approved.
They are as follows:
COUNTr TREASURER'S REPORT.
To the Honorable Board of County Com
missioners of Trego county, Kansas,
the following repoit for the quarter
ending June 29, 1885, is respectfully
submitted:
2.34
22.55
10.44
7.38
18.75
8.64
.74
45.34
3.12
9.13
Gove township ,
Wa-Keeney township
Glencoe township
Coliyer township
Wa-rKeeney city 45.01
State annual fund 4.09
State permanent school fund 12,342.90
State tax fund 545.08
County normal fund 34.85
County school fund 10.70
County tax fund 3,358.35
17,892.57
Dated at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, this 29th
day of June, 1885.
JAMES KELLY,
County Treasurer.
Sworn to and subscribed before
this 6th day of July, 1885.
GEO. PINKHAM,
County Clerk.
Ih&ebeard being satisfied that said road,
will be of public utility, it was ordered
that said road be declared a public high
way. The petition of H F. Knight, Joseph
Brown and other householders, for the
locating of a public road, commencing at
the sw corner of section 5, in township
12, range 25, in Coliyer township, thence
south on section line three miles, termi
nating at the sw corner of section 32, tp
12, range 25, came on forbearing, and the
report of the viewers being favorable to
said road, and no legal objection to said
report appearing, and the board believing
that the public convenience requires said
road, it was therefore
Ordered That said petition be granted,
and that said road be declared a public
highway.
In the matter of the petition of Joseph
Runyon and others for the location of a
public road, commencing at the south
east corner of section 22, township 12 s of
range 21 w, thence north to the northeast
corner of section 34, tp 11 r21, thence
east to the north corner of section 36,
tp 11, r 21, and there terminating, came
on to be further heard. The report of
the viewers being in favor of the location
of said road, and no objection to said
report appearing, and the county board
being satisfied that the said road will be
of public utility, it was ordered that said
road be declared a public highway.
The examiners' report of the county
treasurer's books and funds was read and
approved.
County warrants to the amount of
$1439.06, which had been cancelled and
paid by the county treasurer in the last
quarter, were examined by the board and
destroyed.
Claims against the county were at this
session of the board allowed as follows:
This part held over until next week.)
A H. BLAIR,
Land Attorney and Real Estate Agent.
CONTESTS A SPECIALTY.
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General revenue taxes 1884 $ 1,402.06
" " delinquent taxes 69.41
Sale of state school tanrta ia29Q 73
for the political pnrposes of any member! I Interest ou " 225.53 1 and no legal objections appearing ad
QUARTERLY REPORT OF
County Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Quarter begins April 1, 1885;
ends June 30, 1885.
TKEGO COUNTY, KANSAS.
L School Visitation:
1. District schools visited this quarter,
giving number of each district,
Districts 8, 13, 12, 15, 11, 18.
2. Total number of visits, 6.
3. Average length of time spent in
actual school inspection, J day.
4. Number of written reports of such
visits made to the district board, 2.
H. No. of consultations with district
boards, 4.
1. At the time the school was visited, L
2. In my office, 3.
HE. No. of days office has been kept
open at county seat, 22.
IV. No. of examinations of district clerks'
records, 2.
1. No. found kept as required by law, 0.
2. No. found incorrectly kept, 2.
V. No. of examinations of district treasur
VL No. of teachers' meetings attended r
as follows:
1. Where held.
2. Date of each.
VUL No. of lectures delivered.
1. Before teachers' associations.
2. In school district meetings,
ers' records, 2.
1. No. found kept as required by law, 1.
2. No. found incorrectly kept, L
VJLUL Is the office supplied with record
books suitable, or the records required
by the existing law? No.
To the State superintendent of Public
Instruction, Topeka, Kansas:
I hereby certify the above to be a cor
reci statement cf the work of this office,
in the matters heein reporied. for the
quarter ending this day.
Dated at Wa-Keeney, this 29th day of
June, 1885.
BENC.EICH,
County Superintendent,
Trego County.
In the matter of the petition of Louis
Braumg and others for the laying out of
a road, commencing at the se corner of
sec 9, in tp 12, r 24, thence running due
north four miles on the section lino tti
viewers having filed a favorable report.
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WA-KEENEY, - KANSAS.
Stock Kanches a Specialty.
Parties meaning business request
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RATES REASONABLE.
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LAND AGENTS
Have For Sale
100,000 Acres
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ALSO
Many Cheap
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Undertakers Goods,
Furniture ,
Sewing Machines,
Musical Instruments
Jewetry,
Spectacles,
Eye Glasses,
Plated Ware,
Wagon Work & Wagon Material.
I can secure, on favorable terms, by
order, any article which I may not happen
to have on hand.
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From Illinois, Indiana, Iowa
and Missouri.
CHAS. PETERSON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents;
Coliyer, Trego Co., Kansas.
AGENTS FOB
Union Pacific BaHroad Lands in
TREGO, GRAHAM,
IrM and Gore
COUNTIES.
Parties having land or any
kind of property
Will do well to call onus, as
we will
BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE
For Anything.
Office first door south of World
office,
Wa-Keeney, Kans.
J. H. BAKER, N. P. 6. C. SHULTZ, Atty.
Land & Emigration Co.
HOMESTEADSfiMBER CLAIMS,
Deetol Laiis ai4 Twi Ltts
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
LOCATING A SPECIALTY.
Will attend promptly to all Legal
Business before the Courts
and U. S. Land Office.
Correspondence Solicited.
WA-KEENET, KAK8AS.
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Attonqfs-it-Law 4 Bol Estate Afeats
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D. H. HENKEL,
REAL ESTATE ft LOU AST.
' LOCATING A SPECIALTY.
OFFICE WTIH OSBORN" ' MONROE,
wa-keeney; KANSAS. :
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