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T CFW iiXRr. C? !; w - , 'l -l JL tTS--i !&T "i Another Railroad for Trego. At Topeka on Tuesday articles of incor poration wore granted to the Inter-State and Denver Railroad company. Capital stock, 32,000,000; directors, A. E. Godef froy and Francis Hoa, city New York; E. A. Hildebrand, Strong City; L. P. Santy, Clements W. P. Martin, Cottonwood Palls; Stephen Jex, Alex E. Cass and W. W. Loveless, Marion; Wm. Martindale, Madison. The road is to be standard gauge, starting from Madison, in Green wood county, and running through the counties of Lyon, Chase, Marion, Dickin son, McPherson, Saline, Ellsworth, Rice, . Barton, Russell, Rush, Ellis, Trego, Ness, Lane, Scott, Gove, Logan, Greeley, and Wallace, and thence west to the city of Denver. The estimated length of the road is four hundred miles. Headquar ters at Marion, in Marion county. Our readers can do as we have to in de ciding the course which this road is to take through Trego county guess at it. On general principles, a road of this kind would be very desirable for this county to have. Should it be made a competing line with the Union Pacific (Kansas Di vision,) the cost of shipping goods from here into or from Colorado would be very much reduced. The time is coming when cheap transportation will result in west ern Kansas supplying Colorado and Wy oming with large quantities of produce. Colorado can pay her produce bills with coal Covered wagons are still on the road in numbers. They go in all directions. Maud Emig and Pearl Paull each re ceived an average of 100 last month in school. H. J. Hille shipped to Kansas City on Friday two car-loads of cattle. He wont with them. James O C jnnor shipped two car-loads of cattle from Wa-Keeney to Kansas City on Wednesday. J. B. Hogan, of Close Bros. & Co., has at his office a representative collection of Trego county products. Hon. W. C. L. Beard, Register of the Wa-Keeney laud office, was in the city to day. Corouado Herald, 21. Herman, the merchant, has had a hundred barrels of salt stacked this week just north of his store building. Mrs. H. J. Hille and son returned home last week from their lengthy visit in Indiana. Thev are looking well. Monroe, Henkel & Dann have in their office a very handsome collection of Trego county vegetables and cereals. The World job office this week, in addition to other work, has turned out a nice job of pamphlets for the Baptist As sociation. Ice about three-fourths of an inch was formed Monday night. The weather was cold and continued so until through Wednesday. The putting on of proofs will be stop ped at the government land office at this place for the coming week, to enable the leports to be prepared. Station Agent Morton has purchased of Sam Klein the residence just west of J. B. Ho2an'6, on Railroad avenue. Mr. and Mra Morton occupy the house. John A. Nelson has in the back room of his office a beautiful and good-sized display of Trego county products. The most of them went through the fair. I can furnish for $25 attachments which will make your mowiug machines about as good as new. Geo. T. Galloway. Dr. Wilcox's family arrived in Coro nado from Wa-Keeuey last Tuesday, and will make their home here. We extend to them a hearty welcome. Corouado Herald, 21. The fair held in Trego county last week, while not pretentious as to exhib its, was a success in all respects, as we learn from the Wa-Keeney papers. Ness City Netvs. Trwin Heilig, a brother of the Messrs. Heilig of this city, lives at Emporia and is amanuensis to senator P.'umb. All three of these brothers are expert short hand reporters and type writers. U. S. Land Receiver Pilkenton tells us that for the seven days ending last Wednesday evening he took in about $73,000. He estimates that his receipts lor the present calendar month will be about $110,000. It i3 amusing, to use no stronger ad jective, to see a business man attempt to pass his foreign-printed trade papers -through, the post-office on the regular newspapers' rate of postage. Postmaster Ufford headed off one of these attempts last Tuesday. B W. S. Kyle, according to our an nouncement, went to Kansas City Thurs day night of last week, but he did not find his twenty relatives, or even one, there. They had not yet left Chicago, for the reason that the big rush over the Santa Fe made it necessary for them to give a week's notice at Kansas City of their de sire to purchase tickets over that line. They reached Kansas City.on Wednesday of this week, but W. S. did not go down. The most common cause of sickness among children is disordered bowels A high fever, headache, nausea, flatulenoy and a variety of symptoms are often pres ent, and in some instances alarming. Something to open the bowels and tone up the stomach k usually all that is re quired. One dose of St Patrick's Pills will always cure. Tbey are safe in all cases. They are small, sugar-coated, easily taken and contain no injurious sub stance whatever; given at the proper time ihey will always prevent sickness; they .i e keb, and are not relieved, it will cost you guaranteed to five satisfaction. Sold-by i nothing, as we guarantee it to give eatis L X Htt.lt. J factum. A. B. Jones, Druggist. MARRIAGE MATTERS. Married At the residence of the bride's parents, in Tipton, Mo., on the 19 inst., J. S. Morton, of Wa-Keeney, Kansas, to Miss May E. Taylor. The happy couple arrived in Wa-Keeney by the cannon-ball train Friday evening of last week. They were serenaded last Tuesday evening by the Wa-Keeney Band. The World holds Mr. Morton in high appreciation, and wishes him and Mrs. Morton their full share of happiness on the voyage of life. Mr. W. T. Mellon and wife, of the eastern nart of Gove county, started Wednesday evening from Wa-Keeney sta to Santa Cruz, CaL, to spend the winter. Last Tuesday Willie Dann completed his eighth year, and gave a party to his yonng friends in the afternoon. The lit tle folks had an enjoyable time in eating, playing and making merry generally. Willie is a native of Wa-Keeney, and is as harmlessly uproarious as the breezes of this fair locality. It was observed by a member of the World staff the other morning that this is the only newspaper in Kansas whose correspondence is written on perforated paper. A man at the writer's elbow then remarked, "Now, if the World only had 'the largest circulation in the county,' it would be all right." Geo. Galloway has up the windmill, tank and watering trough at the town well. In the course of a few days the tank wil 1 be filled. This windmill is need ed in Wa-Keeney. The World has al ready related that Mr. Galloway was to fix the windmill and tank on his own account, and receive from the city seventy five dollars a year for its use for a stat ed time. Army surgeons during the late war found chronic diarrhoea one of the most obstinate diseases they had to treat. Thousands of cases proved fatal, and many soldiers suffering with the disease were pronounced incurable, and discharg ed from the service. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was not known at that time. It has proved to be one of the grandest discoveries ever made in the history of medical practice. It has been used all over the west for years, and many chronic cases cured after being treated by the most eminent physicians, and at enormous expense. It is pleasant and safe, and never fails. Sold by H. J. Hille. BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER AND BLOOD MAKER. No remedy in the world has gained the popularity that tnis medicine nas, as a household or family medicine, no one should be without it. It has no calomel or quinine in its composition, conse quently no bad effects can arise from it. We keep a full supply of it at all times. A B. Jones, Druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped handa, chilblains, corns, and all eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It ie guaranteed to give entire satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Dr. Jones. 405 BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP Is warranted for all that the label cal's for, so if it does net relfeve your cou h you can call at our store and the money will bo refunded to you. It acts simulta neously on all parts of the system, thereby leaving no bad results. A. B. Jones, M. D. BREAKING PLOWS. Kellv Hardwaro and Implement Co have just 1 eceived one hundred Iron Beam Rod Breakers the cheapest and best plow ever brought to the west. Call and see them. FOR SALE. A number of Poland China Pigs. These pigs were shown at the Trego County Fair. If taken soon, they will be sold at $10 apiece; pedigree furnished. A. V. HixsoN. 5 miles northeast of Ogallah. Fine Woolens just arrived at Spicer's, the merchant tailor. 421 A few cloaks left. Will be sold at cost, at Kyle's. The Premium Standard Cook Stove sold by Ellsworth takes the cake. 428 Ellsworth has just received two car loads of Hawkeye Barb Wire. 428 Windmills, pumps and Buckeye Ma hines. At Galloway's Look out for a fine lot of wraps to be displayed at the Bazar!. See what a fine stock of goods the room contains. 448 Bennets at Baker's meat market. 387 Don't forget that I guarantee Dr. Stowe's entire line of family medicines or refund the money. (2) H. J Hille! If you have dyspepsia or indigestion, constipation of the bowels, pain in the stomach, depressed feeling, foreboding evil, generally out of sorts, use Dr. Stowe's Dyspepsia Cure, and you will be glad I a'dvised it. Price per bottle, $1.00. (1) H. J. Hille. Dr. Stowe's famous Lightning Oii will prevent a burn or scald from blister ing if used immediately. It is the best for all pain colis, neuralgia, rheumatism, sprains, cramps, inflamed surfaces, tooth che, ear-ache and head-ache of any remedy known.- It is the best for both man and:, beast. It is the best for internal and external use of any on the market. Every bottle warranted to do as recommended orI will refund the money. (1) H. J. Hille. If you have boils, If you. are bilious, If yon have fever, If your head aches, If you are constipated, If you have no appetite, If your digestion is bad, If your tongue is coated, If you are thin or nervous. If your skin is yellow or dry, If you will try one bottle of Beggs' Blood Pubimer and Blood Ma- Gather up the bones off the prairie, take them to Ogallah, and get $5.00 a ton for them in cash. Deliver to 350-2 Miles Kkapp. Go to T. R. Moore's for fresh vege tables and fruits. 424 An elegant new lot of Trunks and 'valises just in and cheap, at Kyle's. Geo. Baker keeps every thjng.to be found in a first class market; pork sau sage a speciality. The most wonderful thing for clean ing silver, glass, and, in fact, everything, is Daylight Soap. For sale at Kyle's. Go to Ellsworth's for the best Gaso line Stove in the market. 428 m All Wool Flannel Sheeting, 82 inches wide, for $1.00 per yard, at Kyle's. LISTERS. Call and see the Listers at Kelly Hard ware and Implement Co., before making any purchases. If you want pure home made lard call at Geo. Baker's market, on Russell ave. 401 HARROWS. The best assortment, by far, ever brought to Wa-Keeney, at Kelly Hard- j ware and Implement Co. 418-tf FOR SALE. Twenty-five head of young milk cows with calves. J. W. BELL, 428 At Ellsworth's Hardware Store. Now is the time to get bargains. We are going to make a change in our busi ness, and will sell our entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats at Cost. Kyle's. GARDEN SEEDS. A large lot just received at Kelly Hard ware and Implement Co. These seeds are in bulk, and freh. BEGG S' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP Is the only medicine that acts directly on the Lutfgs, Blood and Bowels; it relieves a cough instantly and in time effects a permanent cure. A. B. Jones, Druggist. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Paris, Texas, by the re markable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise his head; everybody said he was dying of Consumption. A trial bot tle of Dr. King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a large bot tle and a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the time he had taken two boxes of Pills and two bottles of the Discovery, he was well and had gained in flesh thirty six pounds. Trial bottles of this Great Discovery for Consumption free at Dr. Jones's drug stora 2 TREASURY DEPARTMENT. FFIOE OF THE COMPTIIOLLEB OF THE CUBBEJf CT. Washington, August 18th, 1887. Whereas, by satisfactory evidonce presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that "The First National Bank of Wa-Keeney," in the City of Wa-Keeuey, in the County of Trego, and State of Kansas, has complied with all the provisions of tho Statutes of the United States, required to be complied with before an association shall bo author ized to commence the business of Banking. Now, thebefobe, I, William L. Trenholm, Comp troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that "The Firet National Bank of Wa-Keeney," in the City of Wa-Keeney, in the County of Trego, and State of Kunsas, is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in Section Fifty one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States. In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal seal of office this 18th day of August, 1887. W. L. Tbenholm, Comptroller of the Currency. No. 3776. 444-10 ELEGANT AND USEFUL CD H C O o r 5 30 No. 9. THE JOHNSON BEVOLVING BOOK CASS. With ImdbtbndentShelvesAdjustabxji to Books of any h sight. iA SUPERB PRESENT.. INVALUABLE TO Lawyers, Clergymen, Physicians, Editors, Bankers, Teachers, Merchants, Students, and all who read Books. CHEAPEST! STRONGEST! BEST! Made of Iron, finished in black, with beautiful gilt ornamentation, it cannot warp, check, split, get out of older, or wear out. Each shelf, 16 in. quare, will hold 16 vols, size of Appleton's Cyclopaedia. Holds mors books in less space than any other device. No. 1. Tor Table, to hold 1 tier of books,. . .810.00 " 2x, " " 2 tiers " ... 12.00 " 2, " Floor, " 2 " M ... 12.00 " 3, " " " 8 " " ... 15.0 t 4f 44 4 44 44 lgm0 The best size for general use is No. 8. Shipped, carefully packed, on receipt of price. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. n'nhV nr.'w 1!. n.l9in;nr tM;fflnnn1 1FM. I Xllnstrated Ctalojue of Stationery and Novelties, nearly200pij;es,sent on receipt of25cts. ANDEB20H & SBTJU STATIONED CO., 7 Bond Street, New York, N. Y. STOCK BRANDS. COLUMBIA RANGE. Bkstob, Bestob k Hatjohton. All cattle DV od left hip. Horses DV on left shoul der. Address, Will cox P. O., Trego co.t .Kan. GEORGE BAKER. MB (connected) on left hip. Address, Wa-Keeney, Kansas. FIRST KEY RANCH. BUCK. SGHLAGENHAUF cfc FAGAN. Key on left hiPi fignre 1 above. Bangs on Biir creek, 3 miles s.w. of Va-Keefaey. Address, W.E. Fagajj, Supt. III MelaEB - Land Atftnit y and Real Estate Agent CONTESTS A SPECIALTY. Wa-Teekiy - - Kansas. O. C. BESTOR, Deeded, Railroad, S School Lands, Homesteads, Pre-emptions and limber Claims. GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS. . Mom) Luiel ii Deidel Priperty. To. 1S Sraxiltllxx Street, Wa-Kbbnet, Kansas. JOHN A. NELSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND Loan Agent " U. rLahd Agent for TregofGra ham and Ness Counties, WA-.KEENEY. - KANSAS. Stock Eanches a Specialty. Parties meaning business request ed to write me. J. WORD CARSON, NOTARY PUBLIC, Purchasing, Seliing and Locating LAND AGENT & ATT' Y. Makes Soldiers' Homestead Declaratory Entries, Timber Filings, Pre-emptions, Homesteads, Final Proofs. Attends to Contests in all phases, etc. Promptness and fair dealing. All work Office ia Basement of Keeney Block, UNDER U. 8. LAND OFFICE. G. A. BEAVERS, WA-KEENEY, KAN., Dealer in LANDS & CITY PROPERTY If yon want to buy, call on me. I can suit you. If you wont to sell, place your business In my hands, and It will have careful attention. 326 McCLAREN'S LOAN AGENCY. Loans Money all over Western Kansas. Money ready when papers are made out. C. M, McCLAREN, Office over Wa-Keeney Bank, Wa-Keeney, Kan. NEW JEWELRY STORE. Wales, Clock k Jewelry. Having decided to locate permanently in Wa Keeney I will be prepared to do all kinds of Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing, and satisfaction guar anteed. I can be found at A. B. Jones's drug store, where I will be pleased to meet all who want any thing in mi line. C. E. ABBOTT. E. D. WHEELER, REAL ESTATE DEALER. Makes Farm Loans. Has a choice supply of City Property for sale. Stock Ranches and Improved Farms. TWO HUMORED TIOUSAID AC1ES of Railroad, School and Deeded Lands on long time and low rate of interest. Always has a few choice bargains for Cash. WAJbfiO V if MUM Vta i-i OUUlWlJiy. I t ..,.... .,,,. lOBce on Franklin Street, between the two Banks. REFERENCES: Trego County Bank. Wa-Keeney Bank LADIES' BAZAR, r A Ladies' & Infants' Furnishing Goods, Boys' Waists, elegant Fans & Parasols, Fine Laces and Em- ixf broidery, Nice Dress Materials and Millinery Goods, Muslins, Flannels, Canton Flannel, Towels, . Spreads, Notions, New Home Sewing Machine, the best Ask to use the National Garment Cutter. Special rates on goods not , kept in stock. V A. L. FUSON. DR. A B. JONTES, EEMf diamamaBM RECOM MEUfrED BY P W31C1AM S, LEONARD SGHMHT. - - & vV-. SCHMITT & Handle a FARM IMPLEMENTS. WE DEAL IN WAGONS, and BUGGIES, Corn Shelling, Wei Drilling and Threshing Outfits, Manufacturers and Wholesals Sealers of SCHMITT'S CELEBRATED ROD BREAKING PL0W8. Our Stock is New, and of the Latest Improved Styles. WE DO A GENERAL LINE OF Blacksmithing, Carriage and Wagon Work. HORSE SHOEING AND PLOW WORK A SPECIALTY. Also agents for Cook's Architectural Device and Building Anchors in Trego, Gove, Ness and Ellis Counties. Cor respondence Solicited. Schmitt & Forrester, Wa-Keeney, Kan. ALL AB 0 ARH BARGAINS ! FOR LOU. A. FISHER'S. Our Fall Stock is now ready. We always carry the largest stock in Trego , County, consisting of Groceries. Flour & Feed. Hardware. Queensware. Tinware. Stoves. Implements. Dry BARB WIRE! GOAL Clothing. A SPECIALTY. Yours for LOU. Ogallah Store: OGALLAH; KANSAS. BENSON BROS., Proprietors. I aim to tak th Fanner's Pro due, and ajall tham at tfe LITEST PSEfilLIHS FIQfJlES, varjthiag thty aacd ia tk way PRY GOODS, Swcebes, Boots am Shoes, CRAIff, FLOUR, PEED, aadtfc f aatota m Benson Brothers. r e R. R.TORRESTEB FORRESTER Full Lino of Fil COLL YER BARGAINS! ALL AT- f LTJMBEE! Goods. ry Hats & Caps. Boots & Shoes, Furniture. Bargains, A. FISHER MONUMENTS u ; .iaW v CONNER, AV W -Wto 4 aHaiK 3t!W "afla$i JOHN COLLYER, KANSAS, Western agent. VflT 0. r-i!?- n m i u 4? 3 V -K 1 7 ,iUX A- - L " iE-vle&j J j&.'J?r 3$L iSr; ?-&3&& -& z. .