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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 November 1887

imt-n ' . la. m fiTS- The "World" Endorsed. Sol Miller, In Troy Chief. We are glad to see that the Wa Jleeney World is hammering away in fa vor of pensions for all persons who served in the Union army, upon the evidence of their honorable discharge, without regard to present disability. The Chief, we be lieve, was the first paper in the United States to positively and squarely propose and advocate this measure, almost four years ago, and we used substantially the same arguments now used by the World. For doing so, we were abused like a pick pocket by the National Tribune, a paper published at "Washington City, in the in terest of the soldiers, for the money it is making out of them. Now the Tribune is advocating the same measure, and we be lieve is posing as the old original Jacob Townsend of the proposition. Gove Wins Her Suit. During the legislative session of 1885, an oversight resulted in Gove county being detached from Trego county for judicial and municipal purposes. She was n...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 November 1887

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Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 November 1887

.ifKTffiHPP . . -v P C! tit I &: I4 ret. I fe te v ISWi (S, Wt mm WariMt OFFICIAL PAPE1 OF T1E0O CO! ITT. . 5. rirov, Editor. Saturday, NOVEMBER 12, 1887, HANGED FRIDAY. Fischer, Engel, Spies and Parsons Executed, Incidents 6f Their Last Hours. This news is oondensed from the Abi lene Daily Gazette Extra of Friday after jdpon: -pending the execution, Thursday .nighc and Friday forenoon, many curious phases of life were enaoted. Spies -fairly hooted at the beseeching of Kev. Dr. Bolton to be permitted to pray for. him. Spies'a firmness was astonishing. Parsons's fortitude was the wonder of observers. He sang "Annie Laurie" and then sang it again. The coffins were taken to the jail at 3:15 a.m. At 6 a. m, 300 policemen, armed with rifles, bayonets, revolvers and full cartridge belts, were 'apt duty at the jail Cordons of police and numerous other guards surrounded the entire block in which the jail stands. Deteotives out side the police lines mingled with the crowd. At 4 a m. the ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 November 1887

Plsg 34 2 V'V.tT ' fii'-t 'SSSBgSS X JV fcl V JT' e V '&V cw' "-! -," - f &? W . "3. fc s. T f, 'W - s rsiv. fv w ?; , 1 ". ;-, . rt ', . vif MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT weVJ9!"' a n a tLTkt - " iv&Vyve LIVER 0eS PILLS. HETTABX OWIMJTATION8. ALWAYS ASK FOR IiB. PIJ2BCEP8 PEIZETBfOB LITTLE SUGAB-COATEB PILLS. Being entirely vegetable) they op erate without disturbance to the system, diet, or occupation. Put up in glass vials, hermeti cally sealed. Always fresh and reliable. As a laxative alterative, or purgative, these little "Pellets give the most perfect satisfaction. ' SICK HEADACHE. Bilious Headache, Dizziness, Constipa tion, Indigestion Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of the stom ach and bowels, are prompt ly relieved and permanently cured ny tne use or iir. Pierce' Pleasant Purgative Pellets. In explanation of the remedial power of these Pellets over so great a variety of diseases, it may truthfully be said that their action upon the system is un...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 November 1887

5rT 1V5 &i ,i ri2 " V -, J. , ;J "?!"'' "t rt JC -','. iWSiE t3J :3r - -y; O, v. I"".-' ? i t."-'- 'KS&- -V- 'j -V ry f w -&r 3 C -t"-T r? f 2 " . &- -g-ig .'-? m sti ?g;v - tria J f Wtttm mw WtfiA. 0FPICIA1 PAFEIOFTIEflOGOWTY W. 8. TILTON, - .-' - - r v f A'tor, Satubday, November 12, 1887. The Oakley and Colby branch is building a railroad roundhouse, -with two stalls, at Oakley, we see by the Opinion. Oakley is incorporated, and the first election will be held on the 16 inst., the Opinion says. In Rush county the "Farmers' .ticket," alias the LaOrosse ticket, was elected last Tuesday over the Walnut City ticket. It is Gazette-ed that Horace will vote $10,000 in bonds to build waterworks. Wells to famish the water will be sunk along the Whitewoman. . On Thursday of last week the, Opinion says, Mrs. Carlysle, living north west of Oakley, was run over by a loaded wagon and injured seriously. Dam the Kansas river, it is fit for nothing &&$.--Tojcla Capital. Th...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 November 1887

r-i , ,iwm jW-Jp J., -IVVA sap? T - "j T,)fS?-SE!::r;-A, otareiff-.sr1 ?j- -v:. csysswEr; i-s&r.SAK'5 iwsaStflKs x. T."'rw?11 Cx - pjt t T is. ,r" 1 P'V7 , rv of Hays, was a -H. F. Morse was up from Leoti to -rote last Tuesday. A small rain Bhower fell in the mid die of election 4ay- Sam. H. Kelley, of Scott City, has been in town a portion of the week. -Everybody -appears to be arranging for winter necessities and comforts. . Mr. Vaughan, the loan agent, weri; to Graham county to rote on Tuesday. County Attorney Charley Howard, of iSllis county, was in the e on Thursday. On Wednesday O. A. Oortright start ed to Milledgeville, HL, to be absent a week or .two. Captain Foate, of the Saline valley, was in town on Wednesday, selling Thanksgiving turkeys. John Lee, who baa a farm south of town, started to Illinois Thursday morn ing to pend the winter. C.J. Ferris has, this week, surveyed the ground, so as co show just where to build the .court-house walls. A. E. McCollum,- of Ogallah...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 November 1887

v-W , jf fn GENERAL NEWS. The funeral of Bear Admiral Nicholson, U. S. N., took place in New York. The English arbitration committee were received by thearesident yesterday, J. StClair Boal, assistant T4 StStes district-attorney ai jumrav, . A lodger named Hennessey was killed in a row in a New York lodging-house. E. F. Holmes, deputy revenue collector at Alton, HI., is missing. His accounts are all right. The Consolidated Cattle-growers' associa tion is holding a national convention at Kansas City. The contract is let and work will com mence ai 3e on the Davenport, Iowa and Dakota railroad. Disgusted with this tyrannical govern ment, the Mormons are now secs " beneath the mild swajr of the sultan. They have asked permission to establish a com munity in Turkey, and 'it is thought that their request will be granted. A Cincinnati woman threw her child from a third-story window, Tuesday, and then jumped out herself. The child received in juries that are thought to be fatal, and the mot...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 November 1887

r. .sr ?Tf':'-?-3 5Sfir2S 15 Sf f , ' .tf - !.; ; j.f?ise'a ' vr: "W. ?': v.. A J : 'jl i ---, C -' &1&& v ?' !i ' r . W&- m M Mrtr Vt 'y" Jkiit w ,tfV rj ' )t 3Hm TaMsKrD. of TJ, P. B. B. i t - ?s& EXFBMBTB1CCB. a inK ion est 68 P- x. J 90S goes west 10:25 a- m. ;jtt, " " -S9 a k. 1 301 - aap. M. FREIGHT TBAIBS. Denver and Kanaas City Time Freight and Mock, " west doe 8-S5 x- at woSU, Local, east dne Gr.x. .211, Kansas City and Denver time freight and tack, vest dne 140 r. x. 413 local, west due :49 x. ic '311, local -west leaves 61 a. v. Numbers 213 and 214 will carry pass Rogers; other freights will not TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by the "WorM's" Rustling Reporters. COIiIiTER CAWHfGS. u. p. xluxxoad zucetabut. bast wbst FartMaK, - - fetfAK 9!fx Day Passenger - . - 6:2Spx 10:56 rx Freight ----.--- 3:40 pm 1135 ix Passengers allowed by permit. Colltxb, Nov. 9, 1887. Bold coyotes. The dance is over. "Which ticket did yon vote? Everybody talking about the ele...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 November 1887

? 3J' ' vw.-jt jeT. fif 1R '?? '$5 " ftttr' -..-.tr.vLS. :wmi iS ; 4r2v jrw& -& B IHJHAZZAR'l JIIBT. SX PEBTDfAX. Twas night in Babylon, and the fall moon, . Like silver, glistened in the eastern sky; Ihe season of the year woa"bAlmy June, And perfnmed zephyrs were gently float- The night was glorious, and overhead The stars, like gems, seemed strong on silver thread. f7ithin the palace walls was revejry, .' " "And beauty and bravelnen Were gathered there ;" uJThe proudest scions of Syria's chivalry, ' Decked in their garments rich beyond com " paro ; And every soul seemed brilliant and bright, In tone, in keeping with the perfnmed night. .Belshazzar sat npon a throne of gold, Men bowed to him as if he was a "god ;" Bravo warriors, who in tbo field were bold, Shook like a girl at the King's angry nod ; Belshazzar was a tyrant, and hia breath Decreed at will the greatest subject's death. Belshazzar feasted with his concubines The richest wines of Syria freely flowed ; Gay for...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 November 1887

TTjr jw faS5K7ES2IHSgry 838$sa wmmMmmmrmim!iMwammimTjx-FK.?rwz:rziiTJ77!fr. 3.8SEWP - " jt - ,-' TS ' f " i gvry-c. ; y V w rri$ - 14 tJ rj i. ?,v? iw A" i - . -i "STearly Subscription. $S.OO NINTH YEAR. FOR BARGAINS GO TO k: L. He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything1 in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: Z. WA-KEENEY, WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BOLOGNA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECULTI. THB TI?.AT)B1 BEST PRICES PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOO& W. S. HARRISON, CHAS. N. BENEDICT, DHALEE IN Fruits and Vegetables CIGtBS. TOUCCOS. MD COMFECTIOHERIES. WlSftS to Dmy all Hbm prodaoe,- at the highest market price, wbick the fkrmero haT to diapoee ol OATiTi -AJNTD SEE TVTn, CHAS. N. BENEDICT- Land Office Blanks, LEGAL BXi-AJTEZS, -AT WESTEM MUM Blanks are not equaled in Topeka in point of excellence, and oar prioes are reasonable. W. B. KRITCHFIELD, TWlAT.tBtt.TW wmm, cams, vddow shades, ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 November 1887

rc gv t-i 1 -wjp?. & M te i 14. I. WMf ml nk Tlie mutem ww WfflWL OPPICIAL PAPER OP TREGO COUITY. W. S. T1LT0N, Editor. Saturday, November 19, 1887. Now for the Nickel Plate. Let's have that hoard of trade. Do not' dream that Wa-Keejiey is going long withont a windmill factory. A broom factory should be start ed here in time to insure the planting of a large acreage of broomcorn next spring. Broomcorn is a sure crop here. The nHHzatinn of sure crops constitutes our prosperity. From the quietude attending the pending of the prospect-hole bond elec tion, we infer that the proposition will ftnrrv. "Rnfc what about the amounts which have been obtained by private sub scriptions? Is it expected that the sub scrip tions and a share of the bonds will be paid by these subscribers? One road out of the fisheries dis pute between the United States and Eng land is suggested by Edward Atkinson, the noted political economist of Boston. He raises the question of the purchase by the United State...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 November 1887

CX?5 & -3fS w- . iT S. . ' K.. tm & ; - ; - H J c V. .w &. i - v f 115 .. i I HUMOX. atahii yueawua; Ul imas kuuo wuii rapper be ready? J A .rn.OT -. ! JL 1 1. AT - M1 ".Never say aye, as the back hair aid to the young lady. Wht are lovers like turnips? Be cause they are often paired. Many a widoVs "weeds are wilted by the simple phrase, "Wilt thou?" Carl Pretzel, Taking a babj io , church does the baby .no good," and is a cause of im morality 4n others.rPtt k. The horse is a noble animal. All toothbrush handles are made from his thigh bone. Alia California. Speaking of the ballet girl : You'd scarce expecb one of Ler sge to dance in public on the stage. Pui-k. Another roof that Bacon wrote Hamlet is that flam and Bacon are close relations. Detroit Free Press. How is it possible to proceed in two opposite directions at the same time ? By walking from the forward to the affc of a vessel while sailing. "I hear that your husband is a ery ill," said Mrs. Philpot. "Yes, poor ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 November 1887

r sg? Tmm 5s .5J.i&jrir-&s " yv&et'rzn- h 35HE e-ej-??; ---, Xj" '3 3w V r . i- vl C r -L ""'T-J 4 . r, m .ft -A i Wtttm Xmm WM. OPPICIAIi PAPER OP TREGO COUITY. W. 5. TILTON, Editor. Satubday, November 19, 1887. The Kirwin new dress. Chief has donned a Nobtoit has again been devastat ed by fire. Fielden and Schwab are now in mates of the penitentiary at Joliet. Wichita is tired of Chinamen. Her council has passed an ordinance im posing a license of $500 on each Chinese laundry. The Books County Record agrees, with the World, that it is highly neces sary to have manufactories in towns in order to insure a permanent growth. The Monument Courier is run ning a matrimonial column, which seems to be well patronized. One advertiser sums up his good points thusly: "Am young, said to be good looking, have a claim and can support a wife." The Republicans in Mitchell county elected their entire ticket, and now Brother Caldwell, of the Beloit Courier, is smiling from the top of his...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 November 1887

W f ' 7 Fe? .fr 'PC i ' v JRf A ;-"-& $ J. V4 I 6ft Krfr -' r v l;s K v r - Concert Thanksgiving Eve. The Male Quintette "Club, assisted by other musical talent of the city, will give a concert at the Opera House, in Wa Keeney, Kansas, Thanksgiving Eve., Nov. 23, 1887, consisting of the following pro gram: FAST CTMT. Malo Quintette, "Abide with Me," Macy Messrs. Mtz, Blair, Farmer, Barnes and Curtis. Soprano Solo, ilThe Song of the Sea," Sonsa Miss Mary Berry. Overture, "Hippodrome," Boyer Orchestra. Vocal Duet, "O, Loved Italia," Verdi Mrs. S. H. Verbeck and Mr. B. P. Blair. Piano Solo, "Les Courriers," Caprice. Bitter Mm N. W. Shnler. Tenor Solo, "Bocked In the Cradle of the Deep," Knight Mr. Pierce Metz. Mixed Quartette, "Hush Thee My Babie,J' Sullivan Miss Mary Berry, Mrs. S. H. Verbeck and Messrs. Blair and Curtis. PXBT SECOND. Baritone Solo, "I am waiting," Birch Mr. B. P. Blair. Male Quintette, "Annie Laurie," Arranged Messrs. Metz, Blair, Farmer, Barnes and Curtis. Contr...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 November 1887

&322E ,'4 sE.vv lPRf 7 v "fc ' .- jS-r; ifcnv- w e? V GENERAL NEWS. The burning of an apartment house and three adjoining residences at Minneapolis, Monday, caused a loss of over $100,000. It is announced that the epidemic of cholera in Italy has come to an end. ix .; Vio Hnrih- nnrmtv honrd. Monday, a committee was appointed to take, . i j. AiSAinia mfll'o f wmAoc-nvaa fi rnmnp cjiuulv uuiuicua w jjlic&a-u monthly statements to the board and pay their surplus earnings iniu iuo i-i.caou.xj, . monthly. The civil-service commission has about completed a radical revision of its rules. The effect of one important change will be to curtail the powers of appointing officers. GmeraLRuger reports that the Crows are quiet and submissive. In i he recent skirmi h wilh the trobj.s four of thtm were killed, while on the side of the soldiers one corporal was killed and ten privates were wounded. The Iowa Soldiers' home will be open for inmates on December 1st. ? Scott Eny and Charles Simm...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 November 1887

ffiiT war SlFiW " 7fHf ? -v 38$ PW5re3S3aBnBSSWHI 4S? lWH';sW,H jntr. 'J!,. -V? " r" -?N K3 v;- "35.y?3St? sa .fAsj, "-S'v-i-jr smu.z. ajT. v -, i .TOJ !r. ssr V W-W? "frS .WHA sa& -'v .-rrtt feTU"., f , -;-" :A?r 'Ts ' --,-f -- . . j e:s . i..i.i &i ' 4rt' : . l N- -' ag -. ! i 7? "- A 1 fejK o' - s-V j- L-fifV -, " -, a -v & i T-- t? K f ft? J? fi I , Time Table K. D. of U. P. B. B. EXPBESS TBAIKS. 204 goo3 east 6:00 r. M. 203 goes west 10:25 x. h. 202 928 p. Jt 6:59 A. M. I 201 FREIGHT TBAINb. Denver nnd Kansas City Timo Freight and stock, west dae 8-35 a. m. N6 214, Local, east due 5 p. ar. 211, Kansas Cily and Denver time freight and stock, west due 1:40 p. ar. 213 local, west dne 6:49 a. ar. 213, local west leaves 6:51 a. m. lumbers 213 and 214 will carry pass engers; other freights will not TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by trie "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLI.YER CAWI2TGS. XT. P. BAH.KOAD TIME TABLE. EAbT WEST Fast Mail, ------- 657 a m 9:56 p M Day Passenge...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 November 1887

LJV?a. -.. .--J"-; ; itri-a - i-.--- b. . . :.--- --3. vk" i? -fc . Id silence descending, Their numbers unending, ThecryBtallino snotrflakoa iaXl; In hcsitauco hovering, AnJ then gently covering The earth with their Vhite, fleecy palL All nature adorning In the light of the morning, Liko pure brjdal veil of a queen; The kingly sun glowing, As If proudly showing The lustrous, immaculate sheen. A now glory showering On mountain tops towering, With silver their crests f ildod o'er; Sweet fragrance delivering To pmo-necdles quivering. With eclnsy filling each poro. Liko diamonds glittering. Yet nover embittering The woaror with rnvy or griof ; But tenderly cherishing God's food fcr tho perishing In rootlet and bread-giving loaf. With whito robo inclosing The calm lake reposing In woodland, or valley, or glen; In purity shining, The whole earth rofining From folly and grossness of men. A NURSE'S ROMANCE B. JEAN A. WABD. I paid a loUg-deferred visit to my friend May Boberts, of the Train...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 26 November 1887

fyrmw J - " " - ' :"! -. ---'-- - . 7 .-.--- - --- - Kai 5 "7&.nGewi TY8T&a&Ajk.-9 :i.. I - i-J3CS2s r 1 ' J f Ji " - "rf X. K. " ll-- TE" -? n P Ft Vi.I - - f t f2' 9insISaM0-flB Br ftw.1-" m - KlfraArt iiK Jmttt .vh aw'-aw- , ft 5 s smXIisBVikavwa, ,4,A,fHr. f w - & t - Ki m s- $Kj ?-. "5Tearly Subscription $S.OO NINTH TEAR. FOR BARGAINS GO TO 3L, He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything' in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE DON'T FORGET WA-KBENEY, k: L, WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. S0L06IA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECULTI. TJfcilU TIJkUEl SEST PBIOBS PAID FOB W. S. HARRISON, CHAS. N. HALHBIN- Fruits and CBHITOHCCOS. to bmymltbrn prodao. fcara Land Office Blanks, AT MURK M5AS Blanks ara mot aqualod. in Topeka in point of axoollenoa, aa cmr prioaa ara raaaooabla. ' W. B. KRITCHFIELD, t j IsUffllE, ClifETS, WBWW SHADES, PICTUB if, j'i iv Ll1. WIj ' ?- , . E S TTTFtfe AT DFORZOES. &?...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 26 November 1887

V&V: " WKC3f iWSfeV j-C KSTi '3f f Snfe t V t --' S&rfRBP "ftg-rv ,. ft v - a'- t ' , '!?" &- C ' -v&r. r ji K I 83 . 'x 3Mm StansE Wfltffl. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEGO COUITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satubdat, November 26, 1887. FARMEBS' INSTITUTE. " The work o the World in behalf of farmers' institutes has had the ef fect of keeping alive the embers of interest in their behalf. It is the determination of our live fanners to hold an institute within the next few months, which will lje product ive of inspiration to the farming class in their work during the sea son of 1888. We have been advis ed by a representative of this class to say now that a farmers' institute will be held at Wa-Keeney some time during the coming February. Before the time for holding the in stitute is definitely settled, corres pondence will be had with the fac ulty of the State Agricultural col lege, at Manhattan, with the view of securing one or more of their num ber to assist in its management. Tha...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 26 November 1887

sraa fr stf&as rivy. vir- ' "t.. .. ' " ?' WZ-' Jf,K" "I V 4.1? , v7 . 'it- V f -B vi- E' l Pl EXTEMPORE SPEAKING. Daniel Wehater and Another Say JAere X A' uefe Tning, A gentleman who has achieved quite a reputation as an extempore speaker says that there is no such' thing, and he has Daniel "Webster on his side in maintaining this claim, for that mat ter. "There is, to be sure," he says, "such a thing as defending on the in spiration of the moment, but you have got to sketch out something in your mindjas a beginning, even if only for the purpose of throwing it all airay, point by point, when you get up. My lan is to go to work about a day beforehand and imagine the speech that I am goingj to make, from beginning to end. In the calm of my chamber, of course, I can think up a number of things to say. "When I get-up to spaak I can remem ber these things in a general way, but the difficulty is to connect them logi cally and continuously. Yery often the connection becomes exceeding...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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