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V fcfam $imm WftmM. OFFICIAL PAPER OP TREBO COUHTY. Satuedt, Apeil 15, 1891 There is no reason now for a special session. There is no need of it. No public interest demands it. No good cause would be promoted by it: no evil intent or action or policy would be checked by it. A special session would cost a large amount of money for which no equivalent service would be return ed. Not only would such a session be valueless, but it would be harm ful. It would be an element of un certainty, of danger, of distress to Kansas. From the day it was called to the day of its adjournment it "would be a menace and a threat to the prosperity of Kansas. It would call down on Kansas another storm of suspicion, ridicule and contempt The people of Kansas have not asked for an extra session and do not want it. A popular vote would show an overwhelming majority against it. There is no need of a mistake here. A popular demand manifests itself in a hundred ways; in the newspapers, in meetings oi the people, in current talk. In no way, shape or manner has there been manifested a desire on the part of the people for a reassemblage oi that legislature which at its last session brought so much trouble and disgrace on Kansas. The ad journment of that body was hailed with joy and a feeling of relief. Its convening together again would create sensations of terror. Governor Lewelling has the pow er in his hands to do Kansas an in jury. He should at once disclaim an purpose of committing a wiong He should reassure the good people of the state. He should convince them that he is their friend by as suring that the legislature will not be convoked. He would give the state no better news, no more joy ous intelligence. He should lose no time in causing it to be made known that Kansas'is to have peace, tranquility, an opportunity to re trieve her fortunes and her good name, and that there is, for a reason l1 least, to be no more twaddle; no more noisy and incoherent debate; no more perjurers and boodlers; no more hysterical cranks; no more sound and fury; no more humilia tion and disgrace no extra session. K. C. Star. the entire opposition. Other cities in Kansas have shown the same in crease. If a state election were to be held next week the republican ticket would have a majority of at least $25,000. The storm has blown over and never again will Kansas elect a populist governor. -?.?. "iowStof;" Governor Lewelling has decid ed thft the charges filed against State Superintendent of Insurance McBride were not sufficient to just ify his removal. The facts are that the charges were only filed for the purpose of creating one more vacan cy to be filled by a populist, but the proof was entirely lacking, and the governor was compelled to ex onerate McBride much to the sur prise and chagrin of those who were waiting for the place. 4"Metz & (5ifesoru-4 m A Bargain. The north half of the southeast quarter and the north half of the southwest quar ter of section 27, tocvnship 15. sonth of range 25 west, will be sold verv cheap for cash if taken soon. Inquire at this office. vrOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. S. Land Office nt Wa Keoney, Kansas, 1 . March 17, lb93. J - 8677 Notice is hereby ri en that the following mmed settler has filed notice of hi intention to miiLe final proof in support of his claim, and that slid proof will be made before t o register and rece ver of the U. S. Land Ofhce at W a-Keeney, Kansa-, on Hay C, 159J, viz Olin F. Cheney, Homestead Application ,o. lfSSS. for the wet half of the north we-t quarter aLd the we-t half of the southwe-t quarter of section 14, township 11 south, range 2d west fith P. M K msas lie names the following witnees to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz Stuart L. Shorthill, "tt illiam E. Tilton, George T. Galloway, iluum J. Lawson; all of W a Keeney, Kansas 3 25 6t Lee Monpoe, Register. are permanently located in business in Wa- Keeney and ask for a liberal share of your patronage. Our goods are all NEW and FEESE from the Eastern Markets. We propose to sell them at EEASONABLE PKICES and for CASH. We are and have been identi fied with the interests of Trego county and shall work for the advancement of her interests. We have tried to select our stock with care, and looking to what would suit the wishes of our patrons as to quality, kind, assort ment and prices. Our stock will consist of TERBEOK & LTJCLAJS LUMBER AND GESTEEAL BUILDING MATERIAL Barbed-wire, Fence Posts, Stucco, Best grades of Hard and Soft i COAL, COAL, Constantly on hand We lead in LOW FRIGES AND GOOD GRADES. Those wish ing to lay in their winter supply of hard or soft coal will do well to call on ns. Yard south of railway track. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. A.. H. Blaib, Prest. D. Bannisteb, Vice Prest. R. 0. Wilson, Cashier. CAPITAL, 350,000 A. W. Smith has already an nounced that he will he a candidate ior governor in 1S94. We have a very high opinion of Mr. Smith's in tegrity and ability and are well con vinced that he would make a good governor, but he has been a candi date too often and, for this reason, if for no other, we think he is not the most available man in the party. Besides his vole for governor latt fall did not demonstrate that he was especially strong as a candidate. Major Morrill, of Hiawatha, is in everv regard the best material foi chief executive of Kansas. His natural abilities, his large experi ence in public affairs, his honest and integrity, the high esteem in which he is held by all who know him, make him at least the peer of any citizen of Kansas. It is verv doubtful if Major Morrill would ac cept the nomination, and we are sure that he would not announce himself as a candidate at this time. E. W. Hojh would also be a strong candidate and so would Speaker Douglass, but it is entirely too early to discuss gubernatorial probabili ties. When the proper time coiiips we will have abundant material . . . . from which to select and the man honored with the nomination will be elected as certaiulv as anything that can be predicted for the future Over 5,000 union men employed at the World's fair grounds went out on a strike this week. It is par- ticularly unfortunate that trouble should occur at this critical time as the work has already been greatly delayed and nearly every department is behind in its arrangements for opening. The management say that the fair will open at the ap pointed time whether they are ready or not. Since writing the above the press dispatches inform us that all differences between the union men And the management have been sat isfactorily adjusted and the men are all at work ngnin. In the city ot Wichita A. W. Smith received about 600 majority over Lewelling last fall. At the recent spring election, the most hotly contested in the city, the re publican candidate for mayor was jelepted.bj oyer 1,000 majority over 1VTOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. 0. S Land Office, "V n Keeuev, Kan , 1 ,T 0,r March 9, 1893. J No 8615 Notice is hereby iven th t tho following mined settlor has hied notice of his intention tomato flnnl proof in euppoi t of his ol inn, and that "aid proof will be made before the register and receiver of the United States land oihee nt Wa-Keenoy, Kansas, on April 17, lbJ3, viz Joseph A Law, Homestead Application No 126"1, for the south east quartoi of cection 18, town-hip 15, south ranjie 2-J, nebt of the 6th P. M , htra'-is He names the following witnesses to proie his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz Chailes H. Burt, Lvman S Burt, James T. Ford, Charles Hearting, ail of Browncll, Kmas 3 11 Ct Lee Monrol, Itegister. y '? NIQUIN I KM ifimi fi SSSHDntil May 1st we will be found in the "Cleve land House," after that date in the room now occupied by 0. A. Cortright in the "opera block." FIRST NATIONAL BANK : OF WA-KEEKEY - DIRECTORS: G. I. Vebbeck, D. Bannistek, H. J. Hille, A. H. Blair, B. C. Wilson E "VTOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. S. Land Office, Wa Keeney. Kan. ) vr 0.00 March 0, 1893 S BoS8 Notice is hereby r hen that tho following named settler has hied notice of his intention to niako finnl proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before tho register and receiver of the U. Laud Office at a-Koenoy, Kan-as, on April 18, 1893. viz Tliomns C. Blaiadell, Homestead application No 16017. for the south hilf of the southwest quarter of section 21 and the e"st half of (he northwe-t qu irter of section 'J8 town-hip 15 t-oath, range 21,ue-tof thoCthP M Kan-as He name- tho following witne-es to prove hi continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, iz Martm V B Storer rnd John SLinner, of Gib-on Kansas Andrew J. Gullett and S L Garli d, oJ Kaneora, Kansas 3 11 6t Lee "Uomiof, Register. NO TROUBLE TO SMOW GOODS. ftibon.ir jVTOiTCE FOB PUBLICATION. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kansas "1 ,T ,. ilnrch 11. 1SU J No 869 Notice is herebj given that the following nainef' -ettlor In- iilcd notice ot Id's intention to malnfln il proof in tupport of hi- cliim, mdthit t-aidprooi' win aa m mo o"ioro uie remitter anJ receiver of the U. S. Land Office at Wa Keeney, Kansas on Mas S,189J,viz ' ' Joseph AdaniP. Homestead Application No 1S56G, for tho north we-t qmrfoi of section 14, town-hip 1 south. raur -'Jwe-t, 6th P M Kuu-v Ho nunc- the following witne-es to proe hi' cQutinunub re-idence upon and cultivation of, t-iid land, viz Peter Mahlberg, Charlc Hearting, George V runnel, U.ltiioy Page, all of Brownell, Kmis 3 -3 6t L e Monroe, Register. i C iow TOik. ii G. C. B2STOR Staple and" Fauci Geogeeies New crop California Canned goods New crop Dried Fruits New crop East'rn Canned goods NO STALE, SHELF-WORN GOODS AT THE NEW STORE BI make it a specialty to keep all goods fresh and clean, and to deliver promptly all orders, large or small. N 0 S TREGO COUNTY BANK. jomsr H. MAUCH & CO. OLDEST B.3STK: I3ST TIE&EQ-O OOUNTY lih i i.ii1 Maun. xiiiuufKriuMi.: nus :.,; i' i LH.,j;,jm.....gs S'MIH.: tfTlt'llt.JlJSS GENTLEMEN. "jOTICE FOR PUBLIOATION. Land Office at Wa Keeney. Kana, ) u, ,, March 9, 1893. 8614 Notice is hereby given that James L. Brown ha filed nohco of his intent'on to mn'.o final proo bofoie tho renter nul rcceier of the U. S lanr otlice at thuir office in Wa Keeney, Kan-as on Monday, the 17th daj of April, 1S93, on timber culture application No. 8;92, for the north-we-t quarter of section No 34. in township No 13 -outh, range o 23 wpt. Gth p. m of Kau-a? He names a vutnee William B Cypher, George W. MeMichrel. Hiram Snyder, Charges r Folkers, all of Wa-Keeuey, Kaunas. 3 11 Lek MoNitoE. Register. CUB HEW 1093 FL0WE3 S2ED OiTES. Aftetat CI A WED m Collection of sLUDi dLl .fe, iA S .aSfe. . . SOD 3fVil Vl-' E.rx. LJ-w.syiif f?&rn $nd IP IS mm, ihtraa. hm-h VLfrls? SailO.ICO.K BBiafia B y"i lUit-Ltnli!i-iicd anil IJcII JO able I ubllshiu- Itouoe! JL 1 nt LiKiks' outD Is larye 5W- fagt, bO-cohimn illuurau-d SIspi line fir lndii-s and the faujly citilr It u dcvoln. to Ucrira, poemt. 1 Jits' fancy crL, arli&Uc ncollewcrk, henic decoration. bmncWj irjr, fasluonsjhvplene, invriule nading, ttlqutttc, etc. To lnlrodscv Ihii cliarmmr ladlrs' pair into 100 000 homes wbtre It is not already talen, we now maVe Uie followii p nJotzat oftr Cfcn rt- i-fonlf 1" t cnt in nrer or ttamrt, irt Ihe 1 adtca' World for "lhrcc Montba. and to each snbscnber e will oUn tend Vrc and ii!itd. a laret out tnacnifeml Col lection of Choice Flower Secda, hr iuadrtd rantiut, lnclndinp Panairs, Nerbtnas, Chrrsantheranms. Alters, Fhlox Dramraondil, Balsam, Cypress ine, Mocks, utntalis, UoubU Zinnia, Pinks, etc, etc Reracinlr, tjrelTe cents pay for the mcza tine three months and this entire mapniEccnt Collection of Choice "Flower brOvls, put op by a nrst-dass Seed Hoose and warracttd fresh and reliable. No lady can afford to mm this wonderful opportunity. e ruaranW erery subscriber nianr t mes the ralut ot moTer sent, and will refund ycur money and niake you a present of both seeds and Magazine If you are not satisfied. Ocrs is an BEWARE OF FRAUD. Ask lor, and ins:st upon havxOff W. JL. JJOUGIjAS feHOESs. Nonoscn uino without VV Jj. Jouclas namo and prico Btantpcd on faoltom. JLook loi'icwacnyouuus. Sold evervw here. bEA0& S1 1 -- iV4j A r-rzir3 clr Trt-rf- verSIl r4r 5r r-C s cjwwti oau& uittw yh au. xi, kili, IvT-i stvlish. and durable than any other shoe ever JK -.1 J -I.i1 -- T? i.1 -CV 1 o... suiu at liic jjriue. jZVcry stic. uaiav.u9iuiu' costing from 4 to 5. following' are of the same high standard of Fine Calf. Hand-Sewed. Police, Fanners and Letter-Carriers. .25 and $2.co for Working Men. id $1.75 for Youths and Boys. Hand-Sewed, ) FOR ;o and 2.00 Dongola, j LADIES. ior Misses. IS A DU2?Y you owe yourself to get the best value ior your money, jconomize in your lootwear oy purcuatsing w. Tj. Douglas Shoes, which represent the De3t value at tno prices eaverusea as thousands can tes tify. Do you wear uiemv jfOvX Mold nTOrroiifirp. VJ fc- K " trjAT-J? -Ok . XZ&Cl ViK- '... hT :5 '. iA Oh- ZZ&Ys&m VSk The tut'' vfisi X 1 iva J06"' pL vr i5" , 4 1 WsLpv $4.00 and txL ?r jgS4S,f vvSa S3.50 & n4-x Ni 400 F "- ily mU78 Ly. :&&$i&m&!!p N IT . v'j -ST. 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Write for rarnlacruo If not for snlo in your place send direct to Factory, stating land, size and width wanted. Postage Free. W. ii. Douglas Brockton, Mass. For Sale by MARSHALL & Uf-FORD. 3 la Easily, quickly and permanently by Dr. TAFT'S It is a specific for that terrible dis ease. Instead of Hying to the door OITY MEAT lCAiCEiT! Good Supply 01? :RESH & SALT MEAS Always on Hand Wi Proprielor. mm RUSSELL AVENUE. Best Prices PAID FOB FAT STOCK AND Hides & Furs. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS gasping for breath, seeming as if each one would be j'our last, you have only to a few dases Asthmalene when the spasm is broken, the Breathing becomes easy eld and reliable publishing house, endorsed by alt the leading news papers. We hive recdTrd hundreds of testisiflauUs from pleszrd patrons during the past fire years. UI led tealifttl fiattrtfrea U tttdt jms tot m tno ftart oo aairom rnn ttatctlt teerft are ezaciJ at admitted," Sin. W. C. Bayum, Dana, Mis. " Mfttlf end fntndi iare sent fur ranout tltngt odrerhtd r h, aid tsr found tXm (9 b enttrtlv jcfitorferjr." M. J. Darls, BrooUya, N. X. Mrs. Henry A 2rd B-w-her (a regular satrtcnber). and Grace Greenwood, each found this offer with the catchpenny achemesc If rife to-dav V Jens and six cents. SPPftlft! nFPFaiTyy VI laUInk UI I kll I Ins li cents for ahoee oCer and.nconig A paper ts tcktcX tt tarn ilu atinrtittixtnl, we will send free, In addition to all the aboTe, onepicaetot tieceJe hrated EcJford Street Pea, embnrinc the newest ranetiea, isclndict; Korea ttn. Isa Eeifonl. SDleador. Tke Oarea. Oranse Frlaee. Apple ni(moa, etc. Sweet Peas are the most populM' ana ix$.-uoatie onaqaei cowers coir csltlraxu auw tht Eciford VarieLes which we offer, are the largest, finest and most celebrated known. Thee crow to height of 6 feet, and produce for three months a eoBtisoob. pro- ration or rnurrani Dioojns nr inernosi brilliant coiwirp AMOTHEB GREAT OFFER ! 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For .i!?hv nlMntorcncfc bS , t5 iiJ h?E We mail to any Asthrsa sufferer who will send name Ff69 and past-effice address A TSIALi BOTTIiB M 08. TnFT BROS. MEDICINE C0.t ROCHESTER, N. Y. and pro.c that It does Cura Asthma. UI er TTii m fc'u? 3?is?as?S9 HENRY ' -. People' SCHULTZ. tore. ' J. L. MORTON, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, GAPS, ETG. Eespecttully Solicits a Share of the Patronage of the Citizens of Wa-Keeney and Yicinity. t Bank Brick Block, One Door Soatk of tke, First $Tatioal H EW GOODS! Just opened! The best line ever brongkt to Wa-Keeney, consisting of FINE DRESS GOODS of the latest paterns, WHITE GOODS, LADIES' and GENTS' UNDERWEAR, FURNISHING GOODS, Etc. A full line of CLOTHING, HATS, LADIES' and GENTS' FOOTWEAR of C. M. HENDERSON'S Manufacture. Also a complete line of FANCY GROCERIES always in stock at prices that will compete with any house in West ern Kansas. Come and get your dollar's worth at HENRY i& sir i , V - irf & fr- SSa &t w- 1 j, ASfcw -j-9 -n ,tt rir: fe 2s - .