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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 21 July 1888

isyv f&Wi &? vfw V ?V J& 5L-S &i VV; .! w 3 , '1 ; &. IT M fe 'A AI-BtKT GBlFITJVd aJDDBESS. . femnmarr of the Temperance Work of the National Ipubllcan Convention the Plain Duty of Every Earnest, Disin terested Friend of Temperance. Albert Griffin, chairman of the anti saloon republican national committee, haB issued an address to the country in -which he summarizes the work of the national republican convention on temperance mat ters and appeals to the voters to support the ticket nominated by the convention. He gives his reasons for this advice, which, from the position that he holds, -will have weight with those in sympathy with the canse of temperance. Bolow is Mr. Griffin's address: Intense partisans and misinformed men are making so many misstatements about the action of the late republican national convention that it seems necessary to state the real facts. The truth is that the anti saloon cause suffered one defeat and gained three victories. The defeat ...

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. — 28 July 1888

&&jy-jnfs?" fjjCj sC f-d'.v, j!n tK&i V -Kr r VfF'J-jt ;4- T fe l iPtr-rLS -v . - W&7 Vi A. -Tte, w -- - - - ..;-, . r Hfiilr SSfi?JMifli -j'"a!JfKMrfJ'JTTMT' ' . BSr gMBjBBp-JL' t,-" "j- wff p IHWlWliB HBBpSB " " "" .fr jLavaaeatoJfetfB CSmjBBH t'&rm f lif. i $$)-'" d. ITearly- Subscription $3.00 TENTH YEAR. FEEDEEICK 1U.-IN MEM0BIA1L BY EDGAK L. WAKEJIAN. f humblest peasant, or if mightiest king, He strove in truth to seek men's bettering. VVhoso shall enter Silence at the end, rteads the dim way w ith Death as 'with a friend. Not thine aloue, Germania, be the -woe And dolor of surpassing loss to know, rhy saintliest heio, turned to silent clay, Seeds the wide earth with hope of better day When to be man is all. that monarchs can ; And to be monarch is but being man. So in what hap the nations' fates shall forge If rent shall be the red cross of St. George ; If German eagle breaks its sable beak To wrest fresh glories for a Kiugling weak; If lily wave above the...

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. — 28 July 1888

't "-- "" -tfj.. 4 V . .. .:tmt Kansas vw. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF TKfiO COUITY. Mr. S. 7170.V, frftor. Saturday, July 28, 1888. It is a dirty bird that befouls its own nest It is a senseless scoundrel who, having invoked assistance to secure the location of a public institution in his locality, attempts to injure it because it is not conducted to his liking! -Last Monday evening, the Hoxie Senli- wrftells, E. C. Cleannan was attacked by a vicious bull, receiving injures which are likely to prove fataL The bull had been dehorned, or his victim would not have lived long enough to know what hurt him- Chabacteb will tell, says Samuel Smiles. Though the reputation of men of genuine character may be of slow growth, their true qualities can not be wholly concealed. They may be misreDresented by some and misunder stood by others; misfortune and adversity may, for a time, overtake them; but with t:. gn1 pndnrance. they will )OUCUW w ' flventnallv inspire the respect and com mandthe confidence whi...

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. — 28 July 1888

m$TWmmr sSPrrAjS ' &?, IJ-Ct- v Afi.i W Mw., &&" - fi m Kf u r t SI IW I sn Lv I i :tfc ?m Hi l lie? i & o V J THE PB ICES OF CLOTHING. Toreka Commonwealth. Tlie Kansas City Times pretends to discredit the statistics in the Common wealth of. last Friday, giving the priceu f certain articles of clothing in London snd New Yok. The statistics were compiled by the New York Press, which tent an expert to London for the pur purpoee. The articles on which the pri ces were quoted were purchased by the Press aud are on exhibition at ito office, the Commonwealth has every reason to jredit the figures. Among other articles, the prices of which were mentioned, was an overcoat of a particular grade and quality that Bold in London markets at $8.75 and in the New York markets at $6. The Times takes special umbrage at the overcoat figures and eays flatly that they are not true and that facts exist which make these prices impossible and ridiculous. As usual with free traders the Time...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 July 1888

ESR- STES3TI K:iei f -4 ".3S -&& - --c f s. ?t4 i &. t5-- " t&, r-i-i p? m r . ; f?ltf-,i Stf!? mAt. o o o a ?JI I?1' 5W -w"w s& f i- " ' OTHdAIj PAPER OP TREGO COUKTY. t S, TILTON, - .... Editor. 'Saturday, July 28, 1888. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKETr For President, BENJAMIN HARRISON For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON. For Presidential Electors at Large, J. P. WALLER. E. F. WABE, For Presidential Elector 6th District. J. B. HcGONIGAL. For Congressman, Gth District, HON. E. J. TTJBNER. Bepublican County Convention. Wa-Keexey, Kassas, July 5, 1888. ADeleprafe Convention, to place in nomination a regular County Ticket, is hereby called to meet in Opera Hall, Wa-Keeney, on Saturday, Septem ber 1. 1688; at 1 o'clock p. m. The Delegates and Al ternates to this Convention are to be selected in the Various townships of the county by the same cau cuses which eloct the set of Delegates heretofore mentioned. The basis of representation from each Township to each of the Count...

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. — 28 July 1888

i " 'l$ vV? f 4? vf -P. I n; k L ' . . v -t 1 t k in- Ifcr fe. && -Hay harvest is on hand. A corn crop is yet hoped for. Cucumbers are in the market Threshing machines are at work. Thomas slowly. Caddick's health improves Dr. Upshawwas np Snnday. jt Quinter last A light, but refreshing rain shower fell Monday night. The Trego county wheat crop is better than nsnal. Apples are again among the merchant able commodities. County Attorney Harlan Topeka Monday night Potatoes have been sold from went to stores this week at the a dollar per bushel. W. H. "Wigington and J. E. Baker, of Quinter, were m our city Wednesday, on business. Mrs. R. G. Kessler was down from Collyer on Tuesday, and made this office a pleasant calL Two sons of A. B. Mumert started Sunday evening to Washington Territory, where they expect to obtain employment A number of y oung people went from town to Gibbs's Grove last Sunday even ing, to witness the eclipse of the moon. F. J. Shnorr and family, of Quinter, w...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 July 1888

R?v? A. -- TrjJt - SiKjKSpP rr- $3, -Wut IX. 'SfcV v$t . y T-. ypgy?T i ' "H'l "I ' ''gwW'WWBlW v- sr -SV'T3Wr"r"ayr-..J"IP ! -TTfWWPS "C"r JOarW T ' ST-"m -- &&.- WJi.LJUWUlmmmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm j - :r f m I i'J- i i i : f. & itSc Lit-- 'i. . DOMESTIC. Another firm, Brown 4 Co.t signed the amalgamated scale, and there is great pro bability of a break in the ranks of the manufacturers. Idle persons in Washington are talking about a vacancy in the penson office. 'J hey say the president is dissatisfied with certain official acts of uenerai iJiaeK. The published story that General Sheri dan isiablejto leave his bed is denied by the general's brothei, who says the sick man is still too weak to raise his head. A twelve-year-old boy named Pascal Porter has blossomed out as an exhorter, and has paralyzed the religious people of southern Indiana with his fervid eloquence. A sheriff is having trouble at Morris, Illinois, to prevent the lynching of William Cailey, ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 July 1888

cf-lL r-6f & t-s- (t ,S" V. -w. -5JW - ' its !. DELINQUBMT TAI LIST Of Real Estate in Trego County, Kansas, For the Year 1887. NOTICE is hereby given that the County Treasurer "will sell at public auc tion, at his office, in the city of Wa-Kee-ney, on Tuesday, the 4th day of Septem ber. 1888, and the next succeeding days, so much of each tract of land and town lot described in the following' list as will pay the taxes and charges thereon: Continued Jrom Fifth Page. OGALLAHLOTS. WA4CEEMEY LOTS Blk. Ami Blk. Ami L3.26, 27 21 155 iQ fo 22. ' '2J 22 116 WAKEENEY LOTS. 3,4,5 2 99 16 2 35 Lot. Bit. Am 4,5,6 H 6 7,8,9 H 6 10,11,12 H 6! 13,14,15 H S 16 H 2 1,2,3 12 fi 4.5,6 12 61 7,8,9 E 10,11,12 12 e 13, 14, B 12 6J 16 12 22 1,2,3 13 6E 4.5,6 13 63 7,7,9 13 63 la II, 12 13 63 13,14, 15 13 63 16 13 63 1,2,3 14 63 4,5,6 14 63 7,8,9 14 63 10,11,12 14 63 13,14, 15 14 63 16 14 22 1,2,3 15 68 4,5,6 15 69 7,8,9 B 68 10, H 15 46 Surra's Addition. all I 2 83 9, 10, H 7 88 12,13,14 7 88 3 8 22 5...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 July 1888

C-i" J- - -.V",- i J2 7scsv;V73fir,!w '-w?f "w - ?;-: .--,. ., ' if -qp-y; "tr JSy- V'"-- 1 -j".v- 'ttf7?&tM!vwi i "- -5 u- JC?! yi joTii si ,rV A NUISANCE. Of all tho pestilential bores That make this life a state 01 constant torment, most I dread Tho man who's always late. He never keeps his -word, but lets His friends anticipate His coming for a weary while. The man who's always late. Ho says hell come at half-past six, You wait till long past eight, , And haven't seen a sign of him, The mtrn who's always late. With stale excuses, glibly made, Ho trie3 to palliate His tardiness, but you don't love The man who's always late. Ho never care3 for other's plans. "Oh, hang them! let-them wait I" . He says aloud, or to himself, The man who's always late. But some day punishment will fall On him, as sure as Fate, And he'll be sorry that he is The man who'fe always late. HEARTS UNVeIeD. MY JA3IES I. BAIRO. George Erwald slowly nd sadly wended his way up the crowded street to the old c...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 August 1888

--. 'fTTW .r - .fe -J A - jT L jT- i- 'AM ,S a y 3 r i - --' -K MM IV . MB IH VB h. MB I V ail BLIIHLVI BW .ap 'EaBPBBB C, Yearly SvLbsoriiation $2,00 TENTH YEAE. MYSTEEJES OP A DAY, STORIES TOLD BY TKJ NIDWS PAPEKS OP THE QA.Y. A Relic of the RevolutjianIn & Morgue-The Yellowstone Geygei-S A Funny Thing, Etc, Etc ST HEEE-TEAR. OLD Robbie Da, I lorrest, a Cojineo.. v ticut boy, fell head) firfat into a big postl v.. XL-- hole the other day,! There w ere several' sJ inches of water atl the bottom of the hole, but Robbie held himself up byj his arms, so that be did'nt get his lace in the water,' and the earth he loosened in hisj struggles absorbed it soon; so dangen from that source was taken away. There! the young man remained, upside down, for three-quarter.s of an hour, when hisj aunt saw his feet stioking out of the hole, and promptly yanked him out. He "was neatly exhausted. "Aunty," ho said: "Jj heard you eery time you called, but 3j could not make you hear me. " The Excelsi...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 August 1888

- -jOav'i HWJIWS, lif MiWU4WWH il "XVWJ!fv. fip? s. -"- 5j E' t5 m Yi N OFFICIAL PAPEB0rTBE00CDUITY 5. 77L7W. - - Editor' Satuedat, Atopst 4 1888. The Ellis county normal institute opened at Hays on Monday last, with an jenrollment of forty-one members. Gomkade Vega Howeli., a member of Geo. Ellis Post, G. A. R., at Ellis, died last Saturday of consumption. He was forty-four years of age. We are pleased to note the election of Hon. Henry Brandley as chairman of the state Republican central committee. He has large experience in political affairs, and a worthy gentleman. Tell Walton, pf the Lincoln Republican, is the secretary Df the committee. In his selection, the committee hss made no mistake. Quit old friend, M. M. Fuller, has sold the Ellis Headlight to Edgar M. jjaiawin. Mr. Fuller has conducted the Headlight on the principle of speaking his thoughts, letting the result be what it might. Such men are always missed when they de sert the newspaper ranks. We wish Mr. Fuller happine...

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. — 4 August 1888

If' ' f 'W 1 &'?'-' 5s r &&A .tf1 fit' i?K Sb s 3. THE NEXXGOVEKNOE OF KANSAS. Sketch of the Life or Hon. I. IT. Humphrey His Early Life and Trials. Experience has proven nothing more conclusively than that the trialB, tempta tions and triumphs of youth mould the character of the man. A boy of epirit and proper material, fighting with diffi culties and obstacles, having the ambi tion and determination to- succeed, will come forth from the early conflicts with adversity "with character moulded, a proud sense of self-reliance, supreme contempt for ordinary impediments, and witn every faculty sharpened to the keenest point, for the duties and respon sibilities of manhood. Tne pages of American history are filled with encour aging examples of early adversity and subsequent victory and glory. Lincoln, Garfield, and hundreds of lesser note, all had that sort of experience, which brought out all the manly and indomit able characteristics so essential to their success in after l...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 August 1888

t&WW&mtrm ss-rciS- isA"..5B .''". .15; 8 ILL ' W4WJtWytii J,B5SJw3 i"'; J '?& M -vf h& 5i & V 1 -r jrc .- t-t - -v . ?. u tf" . ttafteta ffimiw WmfML OFnCIAL PAPBS OP TREflO COUHY. W. S. TILTQN, . . . - Editor. Satubday, August 4, 1888. BEPTJBLICAU" TICKET. ,,PJIenf .. BEKJAMIK HARBISON ggfe". LEVI P- MOBTOS tt" Large (Zvaxsu T. Wjj Sixth District J.B.MoOoKiaAi. For Congressman, 6th District.. E. J. Tdjmzh BEEUBLICAN STATE KET. For Governor LTOAJfU'T For lieutenant Governor ..- a. j. xh.t Secretary of State William Higoihb 5&AS5to . Timothv McCarthy SStottri, '1 Tor iJiodate jjticeapremo'conrt," W. - Johssox ifnr ftnn-t Pnbllc Instruction .. .Geoboe W. Winass Republican County Convention. "" A Wa-Keerzy, KASBxa, July 5, 1888. A Delegate Convention, to place in nomination a -oniortrtnnHrTMpVpt. is hereby called to meet In Opera Hall, Wa-Keeney, on Saturday, Septem ber 1. 1888, ct 1 o'clock p. M. ' The Delegates and Al ternates to this Contention are to be sele...

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. — 4 August 1888

ar TsF & ft 5-r TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" BjitfTifif. Reporter?. x BAIOIBB BXTGLINGS. Baxbzs, Tbxgo Co , July 30 Mrs. Sam Harljn is troubled with asthma. Early com to about made, and one more good rain will make late corn. We had a good rain on Sunday, the 22, and several light showers during the past week. Banner Sunday school visited the Gibson'Sonday school last Sunday, and had a good time. J. C. Neel, from near Wa-Keenej, was helping tack grain in this neighborhood last week. Mr. Courtney's little boy got the end of his flnger bitten off while feeding a pony out of his hand. There will be a much larger acreage of wheat and rye sown in this neighborhood this fall than ercr before if the season is favorable for seeding. I have been so busy since harvest commenced that I have not been able to send the Wobxj the scattering Items that crop out about Banner. Grain is all stacked and waiting for the thresher. We expect Messrs. Loder, Aylworth & Co. to be...

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. — 4 August 1888

V- -saf y3S.Aix, Sen , Sa-jfii &f&?. 'fV. X "A' .?-' i: 4-f i a-v DOMESTia The pope contradicts the rumor that he was about to leave jtome. An earthquake shock was felt in Scotland Friday but no damage resuiteairum iu a rroTirr nf hov thieves has been brokea np in Cincinnati. The members were about 12 years oia, out naa piauueu w wu a juub Onofl r.hnrchneoDle atVincennes, Indiana, are terribly worked up by having their house of -worship pasted over with gay circus bills Rpv. Tl. P. Mercer, of Chicago, in an ad dress it La Porte, Ind., Bhows irreligion and ignorance as our national perils and the sources 01 anarcny ana nimusm. The strikinc employes of the Burlington road in-ist that the strike will not be ended unless the company makes concessions, and a boycott against the Burlington is among the things predicted providing an early com- Dromise is not naa. Several cases of yellow fever are reported from Florida. It is authoritatively denied that Congress, man Bandall has a c...

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. — 4 August 1888

Sw?? : 'v; r- jflH t-r ii Amt 63 63 63 Blk. 25 26 27 28 29 30 Amt 134 134 . DELfflQUEHT TAX LIST Of Real Estate in Trego County, Kansas, For the Year 1887. NOTICE is hereby given that the County Treasurer will sell at public auc tion, at his office, in the city of Wa-Kee-ney, on Tuesday, the 4th day of Septem ber, 1888, and the next succeeding days, eo much of each tract of land and town lot described in the following list as will pay the taxes and charges thereon: Continued from Fifth Page. OGALLAH LOTS. Lot. Blk. Ami 8.9 2 19,20 21 1,2 3 9 'I 15,16 17,18 10 11 13,14 1,2 5,6 7,8 9,10 11 4 19 20 21 22 23 3 11 10,11,12, 13, 26, 27 19,20,22. 23 3 3 5 5 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 15 15 15 15 15 15 16 17 WA-KEENEY LOTS Lot. Blk. Amt 21 155 22 1 16 WAKEENEY LOTS. 3,4,5 2 99 16 2 35 16 6 48 29, 30 7 1 01 20 7 34 0,7 11 64 10,11 11 64 15 11 33 1,2 12 64 3,4 12 64 5,6 12 64 7,8 12 64 9,10 12 64 11, 12, 13 12 58 14, 15 12 47 16 13 32 17 13 35 18,19 13 64 3 14 33 3 16 49 18 16 49 i- 19 16 49 2...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 August 1888

lVfc ,'"- & -" A iTS-V : - ," A -1 "" " " : &? Vgte l -w I I -3T "V. "S rc. 4 Hi f k& A STAGE STRIKE. When upon the stege she cams, Lovely, fresh, and glowing, How I started I though my heart Stopped its going. But tho supe that set her chairs, On her bidding waited, Put the mats down at her feet, How I hated! They cast roses at my star, Idle flowers, unmeet there I I my heart rolled on tho stage, At her f cot there. When in nngry mood she got Spiteful on a sudden, Stamped her foot down, oh my heart It seemed trodden I Onco the audience encored, Greatly it amazed me When a kiss to us she throw My share crazed me 1 When she hade her lover go. And his love she scouted, Saying she dispised him, I Well, I shouted. But when he at last returned. Meek, heart-broken, humbled, And she rallied into his arms I jufat crumbled! Detroit Free 1'ress. A PECULIAR BACHELOR Or, How Johnny Carnes, of Dakota, Won a Bride. JT MISS 1A"TE LEAJXE. "Johnny" Carnes was the airiest, kindest-hearted...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 11 August 1888

IMS' ret' Rf ' '. - K' i !;? . ' i?r Lte.. "i! OTSSSHSZEEHSS? . - -- ,-,- - "yearly Sutoscriptiorx $S.OO TENTH YEAR. HOW IT HAPPENED. BT JAMES WHITCOMB BILET. I got to thinkin' of lier both her parents dead and gone And all her bisters married off, and none but her and John . A-llvin' all alone there in that lonesome sort o' way, And him a blame old bachelor, contender every day! I'd knovm 'em all from children, and their daddy :- from the time He settled in the neighborhood, and hadn't ary a dime Er dollar, -when ho married, f er to start houae- keepin on I , So I got to tbinkui of her both her parents dead and gone! , I got to thinkin' of her, and a-wundem what she done That all hor sisters Lep' a gittin' married, one by one, And her -without no chances and the best girl of the pack An old maid, t nh her hands, you might say, tied Demnu ner uat-K I And mother, too, afore sho died, shOi list to jes' take on, "When none of 'em v. as left, yon know, but Eva line and John, And jes' de...

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. — 11 August 1888

tpyxx-snas': ' ' I1"' r . " " . Wt ." fV-'"? VV -.-V'Vf Xei - V "Si . W SS"lii .fesST? 'r , . - , V If. A fctro pimwWMC nAt piBM etTiroa cQwm: m 8; TtLTQN, , Editor- Saiubdat August. 1 1,. 1888- fim first-passenger train- on the Salina, Idncoln &: Western railroad was toTeach. Hays City Thnrsdar evening. ' Genebal Shbbidan's remainsarnved is, Washington. oaThursday The funer al wilL takfr place in thar lty to-day. Tazold settlenr of Lane comity will hold their sixth annual reunion at-Golla- day's Grove on Wednesday, August JM. Gekebaz Sheridan, the- audacious avalrvniaD,.the Napoleon of America, has-been-ridden down; but Grim Death was the- actor. WA". Gebhakdt has sold his one-half .jUterestin the Ellsworth Reporter to his partner, Geo. Huycke, Mr. Gebhardt will remain with the paper as its editor. The Winona school board could not agree upon a teacher, for their winter fir. nf cohnn. and called upon the people to decide it at an election last Tuesday. Tftb Eepublicans of India...

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. — 11 August 1888

s UiTsg&W- F f-t.-j-? "" JP TBS SENATE TABirfBILL. The republican senatorial caucus held bat Wednesday, very sensibly conclud ed to proceed with the preparation and consideration of a tariff bill. Some of the senators, among them Senator Sherman, objected to this polioy but all were finally prevailed upon after the subject was thoroughly disousssed in the caucus to agree to it. Ine op ponents of the idea believed that tne party would be in the beet position were it to go before the country simply in tne attitude ofv negation to the Mills bill. They were joined in this view by many republican members of the house who felt that the unquestioned opposition' to the Mills measure in the doubtful states would be found to inure to the advan tage of the party. But in view of the probability of President Cleveland calhne an extra session of congress in case legislation was not en acted looking to a reduction of the sur plus, and in view of the further fact,that there was no reason why th...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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