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, EiGJITH TJ3AIL
, For President-Elect in 1S88,
OF ILLINOIS.
The subject of timber planting is
noticed considerably by the Ellis Revxrv;.
A SKTTMgii m Sott county pro
poses a county fair next fall. Wallace
Register. He ou?ht to have it
There was a big wolf hunt up in
Norton county last Tuesday. The center
of tho circle rested on the Prairie Dog.
2so guns were used bv the hunters.
The potato is mainly carbon, and
has but little mammal value. This is a
hint at the usolessness of leaving rotten
potatoes on tho ground for manure.
The cow that drops her calf in
February, says the Nebraska Cultivator,
if she is w ell housed and fed, -will pay a
third more profit than one that drops her
calf in Mav or June.
W. E. Kowe, Ave catch from the
Independent, slipped and fell on a Kinvin
crosswalk in such a manner as to break
both the tibia and fibula of one of his
legs. The injury is very painful.
Wa-Keeney folks are all on their
heads waiting to see where the land ofiioo
shall he.Giainftldtap$JicaJ,1g. It
shall be where it is at Wa-Kceney. F.
S. Don't forget the place, please.
Hays, if we interpret .strictly the
words of tho Gtr. Am. Advocate, 13 both
ered with swimmers. Hear that organ
howl: "The almost universal ordict of
tho adult population of this ciy dminj
the late muddy spell has been, "gio us
feidewalks, or abolish the law restricting
swimming in public places."
If our esteemed contemp., Prof.
Wilson, of tho Ilegistcr, up at Wallace,
knows more about our "round up" busi
ness than we do, let him como and take
rour place. Vo refer to his "caustic re
marks" concerning our esteemed states
men friends, tho honorables Osborn
without the final e and Hanbacli.
It has been remarked that our
dear brother Hill don't appear to have so
much business in Millbrook since the
drug store was started in Hill City.
31tllbtool Time. Let us see. Tommj
AlcGill, the great modern, self-cocking,
back-action reformer, runs that drug store,
don't he? We ask for information.
The new paper at Dighton, Lane
county, is called The Dighton Jeui nal. It
is a live column quarto, and opens up on
tho basis of cutting a wide swath.
Whether it dees or not, will depend ma
terial! on how much respect it displajs
for tho weather maker on high. K. W.
Montgomery is the editor of the Join nal.
TnRouGH a rattle snake which
was killed by some men who wero dig
ging a cellar south of Scott City on tho
Sinst., tho lady editor of tho Western
Tunes, at Scott, Scott county, sas that
"wo certainly have won back our title of
Bunny Kansas." Wonder what tho sight
of a fresh rose or something of the sort
would have elicitedin thonature of an ox
claimer from our fair friond.
Fitz Jonx Porter is84-ears old.
Ho is liablo to be much older before tho
bill for his relief, which recently passed
tho house, passes tho senate. ICana
City Jbanral. Wo hope jou diagnose
tho senate correctly. But do ou? Wo
doubt it mightily. Sewell is as big a fool
as he was last winter, and Sabin and tho
jest of that sido are tho siine way, as far
as in public information is concerned.
Show tho naturo of tho change, please,
Mr. Journal, and thus delight tho despis
rs of traitors!
We see thou "tuxnblesb not," Bro
ther Tilton. The em dash was omitted in
the quotation, wo admit, but the em dash
wis not tho thing we were after. It was
the erb "has" in tho singular following
a nominative in tho plural, but then wo
presume you will explain that aw ay in the
same manner, wo aro such human beings.
Wallace Regivtcr. "Grammar" is the
"nominative plural" referred to. We have
chased -the fox into his hole, and seen
Mm pull the hole in after himself. Good
daj", Professor.
As the Atwooi Republican Citi
zen puts it, the senatorial district mapped
out to includo Rawlins county is fearfully
and wonderfully made, is. composed of
fourteen counties, contains to-day a pop
ulation of fifty thousand, and by tho time
another apportionment is made will con
tain 100,000 inhabitants. Kbw, Mr. Grea
eon, please go on and tell us how many
statesmen this new district contains, and
how many it will have at tho time ot tho
next election of .senators. Tho counties
in this district arG Rush, Ellis, Uooks
Graham, Trego, Decatur, Bawlins. Thom.
'M- as, Gove, St. John, .Wallace, Sherman,
ft1 cat... J3 rf"n ""'r 1
fvwHRiuui, vueyenne.
-- "-" " ' witfp iitwsiiiw ' 'fWaMFti msMfMfm:
OUTRAGEOUS.
The World would be untrue to
itself were it to fail to place itself on
record as utterly opposed to the re
cent legislation at Topeka, which
seeks to withhold f 1 om the market,
until three years after a county has
been organized, all the school land
within its borders. The law, aside
from the question of who is respon
sible for its passage, is infamous,
for these, among othei reasons:
1. It is in conflict with the best
interest of the state: School lauds
cannot be tased until they have been
sold; there is no adequate reason to
doubt that the prices of these lands
in western Kansas are as "high
now as they will be after any of the
at-present unorganized counties shall
nave been orgimzeu. three years:
moreover, had the law been per
mitted to stand as it was, history
would have been certain to be re
peated to the extent of a large pro
portion of the lands affected by this
act being sold by the state at least
two or three times prior to the time
when this liw permits them to be
placed on the market, thus giving
the stale the material advantage of
harvesting of tener than once, instead
of not at all, one-tenth of the pur
chase price and one or more instal
ments of interesi.
2. It is utterly unjust to deprive
the people of western Kansas of the
privilege of having the school lauds
lying in their territory sold after
the people in all other sections ot
the state have partaken of this priv
ilege. 3. The withholding of these lands
from market for three-yen re from
the organization oi the counties in
which they lie, constitutes ' an incu
bus to the prosperity of the schools
in every school district in those
counties, and oppress, to a great ex
tent, the interests of every school
district in the state, thus being a
boomerang to the very interests for
which this class of lauds was created.
4. The avowed friends of this
infamous measure, as well as those
who permitted it to be passed with-'
out remonstrance, will be apt to use
as a defe.nse the proposition that this
new law does not prevent paople set
tling on these lands, and improving
them, and that tne settlers are cer
tain of the chance to be th original
purchasers on sale da'. This spe
cious plea does not answer these other
weighty objections. Is or does the
charge that speculators were hand
ling an undue proportion of these
school lauds affect the fact that the
six months residence recommended
Irv Superintendent. Lawhead, as a
qualification to become a purchaser,
would have been a sufficient pan
acea for this complaint. And the
limitation of purchase to one hun
dred and sixty acres by the same in
dividual, as recommended by Profes
sor Lawhead, should have quieted
the nerves of the most suspecting.
ln the passage of this bill, the in
terests of western Kansas have sus
tained a shock which the next legis
lature will be very apt to heal.
JUST THE OTHER WAY.
The Kansas City Journal is show
ing .1 decided disposition to engage
in its old trick o meddling with Kan
sas politics. Its Topeka correspond
ent, A. Gr. Stacy, Esq., has consider
able to say'in the issue of the IS, in
defense of Mr. Hanback. Mr. Stacy
confines his remarks to the action of
Mr.- Hanback in the house on the
pan-electric telephone case, with the
casual ending up that
The result has been a reaction, and even
Mr. Tilton, of Wa-Iveenoy, a probable can
didate for congressman from that district,
admits that Mr. Hanback is stronger than
ever among tho people who know him.
Correspondent Stacy is a grim
joker. He seeks to negative Avhat
we did say. No man who is not re
liable can, grow stronger than ever
among the people who know him.
A RAILROAD TO ARKANSAS.
f It will bo well to give prayerful atten
tion to the new railroad from'Great Bend
to Wa-Keeney, by the way of La Croae&
With the f$ctsjn favor efeuch &b flftter-
STOCZ: -A-S-lUnTCH- ths basis osi otjs, IjSTIdtxstie&zihs.
.WA-KEB3D3Y, KAInSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 18S6.
jli -
prise fairly placed before almost any set
of men, who make railroad building their
business, it seems that the -would be cap
tured. We need tho chance to have ship
ped directly up here a largo lot of tho in
exhaustiblD hard pine lumber from there.
We do not doubt that in turn the manu
facturers of that lumber, -as well as the
followers of other branches of business in
that pool ly farmed state would, consume
immenso quantities of flour of western
Kansas manufacture. Thus accompany
ing our good fortune in securing a much
better quality of lumber for one half or
tvo-thirds of what we now get costt,,
would be tho improvement of tho condi
tion of our wueat grow ers, and, conse
quently, of the business community.
By the way, would not it be an elegant
idea for the business men of Wa-Keeney
to hold a meeting one of these evenings,
and discuss this question? Wo are un
alterably of the opinion that it would.
Wa-Keen-cy World.
We like your proposition, Bro. Tilton,
and pledge our support to tho new rail
road. Appoint your committee, and we
will appoint a similar one to co-opporato
with you. Keep the ball rolling, and we
-will got a north and south road. Z,
Ciossc Chieftain.
We are prepared to sa3r,now that
an earnest effort is to be made short
ly'to put into execution the above
plan. . We shall unfold the news as
it develops. Indeed; we will step up
to the line now, and say that we tre
assured that Rush county will vote
bonds in aid of the enterprise.
Oxe exchange of the JMillbrook
Tures fell in with the idea that when
that paper advertised to take 18S3 nickels
for a dollar, it meant to pay for each nick
el bearing that date ono dollar. Several
readers of tho Trues fell on the same side,
and took big batches of nickels to the
editor to sell. Ho had only to refer them
to his offer to show them how fooled they
-were.
Bccs la Their Bonnets.
Philhpsbui g Hci aid, 20.
As the horizon of next fall's campaign
begins to faintly emerge through the di
taut mists, tho hum of tho congressional
beo is buzzing in thc-bstrncts" of several
gentlemen ot m tho sixth district. Hoa
i)avid Heron, of Jewell county, is an opau
candidate for tho position, and being a
man of sierliug integrity, steady habits
and ability, he will have a strong lighting
chance.
Hon. Lewis Hanback will, ul all prob
ability, be a candidate for re-election, and
being a good v ire-puller, together with
the prestige of being already in, he vill
bo quite suro to make a hard fight
Hon. A. Ii. Patchin has already been
named for tho place, and will be quite
likely to scratch up several delegates on
the iron tier.
It is currently rumored that Hon, "W.
H. Barnes, of Stockton, uould not throw
congressional honors over his left shoul
der, nor v.ould it be necessary for him to
do so on account of lack of qualifications,
especially snouid the comparison be made
with several present incumbents.
Just now, while v.e wnte, tho south
biecze, rustling through our open window,
mmmuis tho name of W. S. Tilton. of
Wa-Keeney. Was it an intuition, or a
1 cal inspiration, that zephyric combina
tion ot vowels and consonants, which
formed the nomenclature of Trego's vig
orous quill shover? Who can tell? Yet,
"coming events cast their shadows be
fore," and the phantasy may not bo alto
gether an illusion.
Hon. J. J. A. T. Dixon, of Russell coun
ty, will loom up lustily in the fray, and
his clarion tones will not bo the least so
norous in tho approaching contest. I- A
With calm and dignified mien, Capt.
McDowell, of Smith county, posses 011 the
threshold of the race course, waiting with
bated breath for the signal to start. And,
not the least roman of them all, is the
Captain, bj any means; a well bred gen
tleman, courteous to all, and beloved by
his neighbors and friends, his support
will bcari earnest one. And should there
bo a possibility of the Captain, not being
a candidate, yet in.that case Smith coun
ty would not be entirely destitute, for the
irrepressiblo Webb McXall stands "like a
grey hound in tho slips ready for the
btart" while Senator Pickler is already
perched upon the trap only waiting for
somebody to touch him off. . '
'We have not heard as ct whether or
not Mitchell county will trot out a candi
date; but should they present the name
of Senator I. D.Young they would indeed
have a formidablo man, and one hard to
beat. During his short service in the
state senate he has won an enviable repu
tation for earnestness, untiring industry,
and clear sighted ability. Ph) sically and
intellectuallv he would fill the measure
of a statesman which would ho an honor
to the district.
Bnt, gentlemen, -while speculating npon
the possible congressional contingencies
which may arise, it might be well to re
mark right here, that Phillips county may
shy her castor into the ring with such a
velocity that its hum will be heard from
eenter to circumference.
Excitement in Texas.
Groat excitement has been caused in
the vicinity of Paris, Texas, bv the ra-
jnarkable recovery of Mr. j. E. Corley.
who was so heplles3 he could not turn in
bed, or raise his head; everybody said he
was cmng of Uonsumpuon. A. trial bot-
tlo of Dr. King's New Discovery was sent t
I' -n- j i ,,. . I
him. Pindingrelief, he boughtslargo bot
tle and a boxorJUr.lving's.NeTv.Life Fills;
by the tiins ho had taken two boxes of
P",H nn.1 -hcrt lrtHl03 nt tV,Q iVcAvr-on fca '
was well and had gained in flesh thirty-
oii o K M;naA ,- flTi, itoU
six pounds. Trial bottles of this Great
Discovery for Consumption free at Jones
& Ferris. 2
3ted' 'Texas Data;
for
geed, at
jiutivU !;'G$5U :
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A H. BLAIR,
Land Attorney and Real Estate Agent.
CONTESTS
Wa-Keexey
A SPECIALTY.
- Kansas.
s j. osronv.
"-Vs LEX KONROK.
QSBORN & IS02JZIOE,
Attarneys-at-Lav & Real Estate Agents
WA-KEEN'EY, KANSAS.
JOHN A. NELSbK,
Attorney atxaw
AIJD
Loan Agent
U. P. Land Agent for Trcyo, Gra
ham and Ness Counties,
WA-KEBNET. - KA
Stock Ranches a Specialty.
Parties meaning business
ed to write me.
requ
est-
S. J. OSBOmS". IEK HONBOE. D. IT. HEXKEL.
Osborn, fjionroa & Henkel,
rid
And Loan Agents,
WA-KEENEY; - KANSAS.
70,000 acres Avild and improved lands for
sale. Will purchase land in Trego and
adjoining counties and pay cash for same.
$100,000 Money to Loan at 8 Per Cent.
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i?&W(&-kV&& The Land Agent,
&$gF&$ Wa-Kecmy, Ks.
Branca .Uiiice at 3
Cldy Center, Ks. ..
1 School Land and ?,
& Deeded Land tea
&. "3?. fnx "inti. f&
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&m jz$8&gi&Z&Fsr-r
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Glose Bros, & Co.,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS,
500.000 ACEES
Of wild land in Trego and Graham
counties at from 83.00.. to
$8.00 per acre.
J, J. EOG-ii, 'Agent-
BST'Office first door north ofgf
gST'Verbeck's Store.,
s. e. hog:
AND-
Real-:-Estate-
Dealer.
Bnjs and sells Eeal Estate, secures
Homesteads and Timber-claims
for those wauting gov't land.
"Will practice in all State Conrts and be
fore the Gov't Land Office.
Business solicited.
J. "WORD CARSON,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Purchasing, Seiiing and Locating
LAND AGENT &ATTY.
Makes Soldiers' Homestead Declaratory
Entries, Timber Pilings, Pre-emptions,
Homesteads, Pinal Proofs. Attends
to Contests in all phases, etc
Promptness and fair dealing. All work
guaranteed.
Office in Basement Gf Keensy Block,
UiTDEE U. S. LAKD OFFICE.
HIMSi RANCHES FREE FOR ALL.
Take Notice, Everybody.
Those who wont Homes or Ranches where small
t,ort nf rf tip cnn.be held, -will be accommodated b?
caUms upon the undersigned, who holds himself in
w.mAcc ntnll Httim tn lnratp Betters nnon fJnvpm-
readiness at all times to locate settlers upon Gorern-
ment Lands is Lane, Gove, Scott and St. John
counties. Being en eld settler, he has s thorough
knowledge of thfcC cccmUf, and know jast where
the choicest lands ere to bo found. Charges reaaon-
viWJ.Jl .. ar tin 1-1 1 . Jj
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ATTOHlHfLAW
,rcbleaisdacordInetotaescrvlcareadfireiJ -
13 a PKACTCCALiKGINEER 6UBYETOB and
constantly tnotrs jrhat J&e Ja doing. Numbers of
Timber claims are'etul to be had la these counties,
bat 'Settlers axe preferred.
CaUnpca'oraddreM, v i J
' .FjUtJWfoara,:laiK Co, Kax t
A. J. HAUL A3. SAM H. EELLEY.
HARLAN & KELLEY,
ATT0METS - AT - LAW.
Practice in all State & Federal Conrts.
- A. J. ha'rl'an; 1
Real Estate & Land Agent.
Business before tho Land Office
Promptly Attended to.
OFFICE UP STAIRS IN WOULD BTJTIiDING,
WA-KEENBT. KANSAS.
M. O. HOLLISTER,
ATTOBIEY-AT-LAV.
All legal business entrusted to
care- will be attended to
promptly.
my
Office East Sids of Wain Street,
WA-KEENEY, - KANSAS.
S. A. STREAM,
Nbtan' Public.
W. S, RUSH,
Attorney at Law.
STKBAM & RUSH,
REAL'.' ESTATE 7A0EHT3,
Locaters and Surveyors,
OAKLEY, ST. JOHN CO., KAN.,
Attend to all kinds of Real Estate busi
ness, buy and sell lands. Contests
a specialty.
Practice in the local land office and in
the general land office. Soldiers'
rights a specialty.
S. R. COWICK,
NE1
All legal business entrusted to my
care will receive prompt and
careful attention.
Omce with Wheeler Bros.,
WA-KEENEY, - - ANSAS
D. S. CLOTPELTER & CO.,
LAND AGENTS,
ELLIS, KANSAS.
Agents for the sale of 62,000 acres of se
lected lands, lying in Trego and Graham
counties, belonging to
Ciotfelier, Thomas & Kammstt.
ELD,
u
DEALER IN
FURNITURE,
Carpets, Yindov; Shades, Pictures,
And Everything In Hotro Furnihing Line.
PICTURE FRAME MOUL1 INGS,
Organs, Sewing Machines & Repairs.
j UNDERTAKER.)
Burial Robes, Cases. Caskets, Etc.
Mammoth Stock
AND
REASONABLE PRICES
IN EVERYTHING.
Motto. LIVE AND LET LIVE.
"W. A. WOOKEY,
PHOTOGRAPHER
Over Kritchfield's Furniture Store.
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
work m the way of
. Photographing,
And will remain here
BUT jfiw. SHORT TIME.
Unless my trade increases. Every ono
now that wants pictures will
please call and see me.
W. H. Keeler,
PEOPETETOR
CITY 8HAH0 PARLOR.
Down stairs from in front of Baker's
Meat Market, east side of
Franklin street.
Everything in First Class Style.
TVA-KEENEY, KANSAS.
"HLACKSMITH SHOP.
f LOCATION CHANGED.
I novr manage the shop -which
was vacated recently by Joseph
Marks.
I am prepared to dt Horse-eboe-ing,
repair Wagons, and .coodact a,
General JBlacksmithing Business.
Kates reasonable. , '
t .1? C2i
BEKJACKSOftJ
r isnjr
John Ronnquist. ' Louis Ducrosi
Ronnqufst & Ducros,
PAINTERS,
Sign "Writers,
Grata, Kalsominers, Paper Hangers,
' WA-E3ENEY, KAN.
GEO. BAEEETT,
CARPENTER, BlfiLDER,
And Contractor.
Plans and Specifications
PREPARED TO ORDER.
Residence in
Oakes Honse.
first building east of
A. E, SIGLEB. .
Sarpenterp & Builder,
Special attention given to buildings
of modern styles.
Shop north of Keenpy Block,
WA-KEENEY, - KANSAS
HOTEL !
H0TL !
YOU WILL FIND GKOVEK,
AT THE
WHITE-:-HOUSE,
WALLACE, KANSAS,
Always ready to attend to the slightest
wishes of his guests.
ACCOM MOD A TIONS' GOOD.
PRICES. Only $1.00 Per Day.
'-$5 00'Per WeekJ
JAS. K. GROVER,Prop.
GOME TO
' KERSHAW'S
NEW FEED & BOARDING STABLE,
JUST WEST OF OPESA BLOCK,
VTBES
You Wan? your'Horses Fed & Boarded.
Special care given to Animals entrusted
to my keeping.
COOK BOOM AKD FEED MILL ATTACHED.
Corn, Oats, & Ground Feed
FOR SAXE,
IN
LABGS 03 SMALL QUANTITIES
AT
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
I have lately put in a Horso Power Feed
Mill and will do
Custom -:- Grinding.
H. S. DAVIS,
At Kershaw's Livery Stable
WANTED,
More Land to Sell. More Customers to Buy.
Having purchased the business of Mr.
Stebbins, I -wish to add more bargains to
this list. Parties placing property in my
hands for disposal -will find that it will
receive my pYompfc attention. I have
School and Deeded Lands and relinquish
ments for sale. Also town lots.
E. D. "Wiieeleh.
A. P. LIPE,
Boot and Shoemaker.
he Custom of the Public Respectfully Solic
ited. Shop in north room of Werlicb
& Kershaw's rtone building.
tVa-Keeney,
Kansas.
A. B. JONESj
1
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Jones & Feme's Dru Store.
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Cheap Homes
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WESTEBH KINSIS UHDg
Or to Secure
Homesteads,
Timber Claims,
Pre-emptions,
Soldiers' Filings,
Call on or Address
WILLSON & HODSHIER,
WA-KEENEY,
Trego County3 K a.
Persons wishing to
secure Government
Land, State School or '
Deeded Land, in Tre
go, Ness, Lane, G-ove, '
St. John, Scott, Wich
ita, Wallace or Gree
ley uounues, or, in
fact, land in any part
of 'Western Kansas,
will find 'time, money,
labor and patience
saved by conferring.,
with Wills oisr &
HODSHIER, either
personally or by let
ter, and- correspon
dence will receive
prompt and patient
attention.
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BREAJDy FIBS,
AND
C-A-IECIEiS
Of aU Kinds
-GOTO
WILSON & SNIDER'S,
One Door West ofitfe'CimrcialcMiffl,
OPPOSITE THE DEPOT.
ALSO
Lunch At All Hours.
Booth's Fresh Oysters !
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PLATE OR aiTART.
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