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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 September 1886

Ps?pFSP5ffPS! P.3K ?:; " - ,jfcwr r ?vfi; $ HuWH .& .: f I fl t i" P ft 3; ? - & V K r- jMsasClty Grmim ad. rwa u market. Kahsab Cm, August SO, lKrJ. IWMIr Indicator reports: WHSA.T Beceipta at regular elevators since last report, 13,741 bushels; withdrawals, 8,000 boahels; leaving stock in trade as reported to the board of trade to-day, 316,711 bushels. The market to-day on change was weaker and oiei. Ko. 2 red was nominal except for Octo ber, which sold at 63ftc He lower than Sat arday's bid. Mo. 3 and Mo. 2, and Mo S soft were omtirely nominal. OK THX OAIX TO-DAT. Rejected winter wheat Cash, no bids nor of ferings. No. 4 winter wheat Cash, no bidb nor offer- Mo. S red winter wheat Cash, August and September, no bids nor offerings. No. 8 soft winter wheat Cash, and August, no bids nor offerings. No. 2 soft winter wheat Cash, and August no bids nor offerings; September, no bids, 70c asked; October 63Kc bid, G3c aked. No. 2 red winter wheat Cash, COc bid, no offerings: Augus...

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. — 4 September 1886

mmmsmW: ." r : 'yMr'arcfia .o.-r --. , - - - ,-.-, .-..ifa- w vi.i- t.Hs&feSJf!3Ui -v, jaiA-Vi.'ja COUNTY CONVENTION. Tha Hepublicans Place in Domi nation Their County Ticket Harmony and Enthusiasm Prevail. Wa-Kesxey, Bx., Aug. 28, 1886. The Bopublican county convention as sembled in Opera Hall, at 2 o'clock p. xr., and was called to ordbr by W. S. Tilton, chairman of the County Eepublican Cen tral Committee, who announced the ob ject of tho convention to bo to place in nomination a county ticket. W. H. Dann -was chosen temporary chairman, and B. G. Kes3ler, temporary secretary. It was moved and carried that a com mittee of one from each township be ap pointed by the chair on credentials. The chair appointed J. E. Alsop, of Wa-Kee-ney; J. P. Marquand, of Ogallah; A. C. Lord, of Collyer; W. F. King, of Glencoe. Moved and carried that tho report on credentials be accepted. Moved and carried that W. H. Dann servo as permanent chairman of this con vention; and E. G. Kessler, as secr...

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. — 11 September 1886

SIIlfFW NT R f- l!. ," ? W s?V. EK ft fM? p s iw'v i-sr j. - - . a - i- "sr.iii5 5 i vi y y r ir v ?r. 'js- jj-mt'-vt ,..t -. -,, ej-sr-rxrT-Lvt -i y.-ir - s.s.rz. Jr?ci-.ii . . . r-HH & 3t:e.ajbiy" sirssciaxrTioisr, $2.00. EIGjHTH YEAR. Blaine is engaged in the state canvass in Maine. The, ' general idea seems to be that he is working for Blaine in 188a They have organized an agricul tural society dovn at Dighton. It w onld be a splendid thing for Trego county farmers to plant. Atkin, up by Fremont, in Graham county, has a paper, by H. G. McDon ald, called the Atkin Weekly Sun. The Sun shines through four pages of sis col umns each. A Hays City wo mam was heard informing a neighbor that the last storm frightened her so she "shook like an ashpan." Hays Times. That's just where we would have looked to hear that kind of language. Ellis county script, if the Hays Tinfcs makes no mistake, is, at last, worth orie .hundred cents on the dollar. "Well, it is some consolation not to be m...

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 September 1886

W' m 1 - Wi WI&vG$gFF5xm mm rv ASH 'AJ m Bl ! LI HEXOBFS WH.DWOOD. BY JKJ.NIK OfiEED. The day -with its eandala dipped m dew, Has passed t hro the evening'a golden gates And a single star in the cloudless blue hot the rising morn in silence waits. The lilies nod to the sound of the stream That winds along with a lulling flow, .nd, eithr awake or half a-dreatn, I pass thro' the realms of Long Ago There are ushcn Memory's bitter Twin, And bane a hopes and a broken tow, And an acruag heart by the reck lews pain. And the soa breeze fanning u pallid brow. Thera are joj-g and sorrows, sunshine and tears. That check the path of life's April hours, And a long wish for the coming vears, That H pe evor wreathes with the fairefet flowers. And thus, as the glow of the daylight dies, ind the Night's first look to the earth is cast, I ga 'neath these beautiful Bummer skies At the pictures that hang in the hall of the Past. DAye, Sorrow and Joy chant a mingled lay, When to Memory s Wildwood wa...

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 September 1886

?B!55SSSa ,- S?9S" v iKff ' ' r r ..iV-4 '1 -i raf I Pi' B5 sBBBB&? ifAtHViin DEATH ! DESTRUCTION ! JOAKLKSTOX, S. C, VZSXTKO K.YKTHQUAKK. be City Alaaost Katlrely Ruined. Present Is; Kit an Unexampled Seene of Desola tion TWrty-Three Hilled According to OAelal Fljrnrea. Cntanaun, 0.t August 81. A shock of sartbqnake was felt here. The printers n ice Sim office started to ran down stairs, hinting the building was falling. TLe &ock was quite perceptible at the telephone 3xchaBge and other buildings, bnt it was not noticed Baach by people on the street. Clevklakd, 0., August 31. -9:38 p. m. An earthquake shock, lasting about one minute has just occurred here. Buildings swayed perceptibly. No damage is yet reported. People left the theatres and ran into the streets, and great excitement prevails. Detbot, Mich., August 31 At 9 o'clock to-night a shock of earthquake caused con siderable excitement in this city. It was of 'short duration but was distinctly felt in the Free Press b...

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. — 11 September 1886

'"i l'? h m, For Associate Justice, D. M. VALENTINE, of Shawnee. For Governor, JOHN A. MARTIN, of Atchison. For Lieutenant Governor, A. P. RIDDLE, of Ottawa. For Secretary of State, JB. B. ALLEN, of Sedgwick. ? TTir TrpfiKiirfir nf Rfnfo. ;J. W HAMILTON, of Sumner. & For A uditor of State, TIMOTHY MCCARTHY, of Pawneo. For Attorney General, S. B. BRADFORD, of Osage. For Supt of. Public Instruction, J. H. LaWHEAD, of Bourbon. For Congressman 6th. District, E. J. TURNER, of Sheridan. For Judge 23d Judicial District, S. J. OSBORN, of Trego. County Republican Ticket. For Beprc-cntntive For County Attornoy For Probate Judfie For Supt. Public Instruction . . For Clerk Dlsf rict Court .. TV. S. TILTOTJ. .. A. J. HAItlAN. ..F. H. COXGER. ....A. B. BAKEH. ....A.H.BLAIR. For Commlsioner 3rd Dictrict.... R. G. KESSLER. Is- the death of Hon. Wirt W. Walton, the state loses one of its bright est and honorably ambitious young men. Display Corrections. When we, last week, on the metropoli tan p...

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. — 11 September 1886

mwWm iVS'-cStStHWBI - - 'P-izmt'x' mp "43J- --"-T' i-fi ji --i-'M-- f.r' if ff'' S ? b w x Wf- K I TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. t Served up by tne "World's" Rustling Reporters. .COLLYEB CAWIIT GS. C P. KAILBOAD TIKE TABLE. EAST TTE8T TutMall 637A.V 9.56pm Day Passenger 158pm 158pm Freight 3:10pm 113am pOMengen allowed by permit. Colltee, Sept. 8. Windy. Chinch bugs. Shocking corn. Unpleasantly cool. Sprinkles and showers. Plum trees about denuded of fruit. Coyotes and hawks are increasing in numbers and boldness. Blackbirds and chinch bugs vie -with each other in devouring the corn. O. R. Ashford, of Grainfield, Kans., epent a portion of Saturday in town. S. Orr and wife spent Saturday in town They are much pleased with their loca tion in Graham county. To Exchange. Wheat, corn and rye -will be taken in exchange for fresh beef, at Blackwell's mill, Collyer. 392-tf People are becoming anxious to secure winter quarters, and as a result there are seme inquiring for vacant homes. Mr. and Mrs....

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. — 11 September 1886

l&&&m- -JL 2ssr?t jC- (I I WW GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. DOMESTIC. The late Joseph E. Temple, of Philadel phia, left $200,U) to public institutions. The expenditures of Cook county, Illinois, for the fiscal year ending with August were $629,631 in excess of the appropriations. The Bpecial delivery of letters in Chicago for August yielded $440 to each messenger employed. place last week.The undersigned havel Hon Arthur 'G. Sedgwick, the special made a thorough examination of the seven I agent of the United States government, has convalescent person? "and also'of thebne latitnt sow ill, and have obtained the clini cal history of the two persons who died Hun day, August 29. The sum. of evidence indi cates yellow fever as the cause of illness. The above is signed by Drs. Joseph Holt and Lucien P. Solomon, respectively, president and secretary of the Louisiana state board of health. Twelve house at Mount Carmel, Penn., owned by the Lehigh Valley railway, were burned. A woman a...

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. — 11 September 1886

!t Vp --. ?.: tjfSi. as: WjJ &? im W i. k m. i. Bo P-3 "2"axly Su.tosoxiption., $8.00. EIGHTH YEAR. FOR BARGAINS GO TO He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES t DRY GOODS AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: WA-KEENEY, WERLICH & KERSHAW, Are again in trade at their old stand and are prepared to supply everyone with Groceries, Flour, Feed, Hardware, STOVES, TINWAEB, QTJEENSWARE, &c. Have a Car load of Barbed Wire at the Lowest Prices. Give Us a Call and-See Our Prices. I AGENTS FOR THE STDDEBAKER WAGON & MCCORMICK REAPER&MOWER. I We now have a Tinner employed, and are ready to do any kind of Tinwork. u 1 W. B. KRITCHFIELD, NKmE, CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES, PICTURES, lad everything In Boom FamWln Linn. Pietara Prams Mouldings. Organs, Sewing ftUcItia. Ik-iMdrm. UNOKKTA K Kit. Burial Uotwt, Cum. CttkoU, Etc Mammoth Stock nod tteaaonnbls Trice in Krerything. OTTO;-LIVE .AJNTD LET LJ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 11 September 1886

-? AAA.JLLV..i iiWt, f jjsz-uua l I I I ABOUT OLIVE. Some Points in His Career. Oborlln (Kan.) Eye. -Speaking oC I. P. Olive, formerly of 'Texas, latterly of Plum Creek, Neb., re cently of Dodge City in this state, killed last week in Colorado in a row, the Lin coln, Neb., Journal reviews a criminal episode in bis life as below. We were present at the trial, 'which occurred in Hastings, Neb., and believe the article to be a fairly written one: "By the way, it isn't exactly the thing for the younger editors in Nebraska to talk about the burning of a man at the stake by LP. Olive. Ho was never se riously accused of that. These were the circumstances. A man was accused of stealing cattle from Olive's herd, and a j warrant was issued for his arrest and put into the hands of a deputy sheriff. He went out after the accused with a posse of one. On arriving at the resi dence of the man sought, the deputy and his friend were fired upon by him and a companion, and the deputy was killed and th...

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. — 18 September 1886

rs If r It "zEJ-ARiiir s-DrssciannPTioi?r, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAIL The Republican county conven tion of Graham county is to be held at Millbrook, Wednesday, Sept. 29. Garden City has another daily pa per. On Monday, Sept 6. the Irrigator, of that place, commenced the publication of a daily edition. Me. W. D. McKnight has pur chased the Stockton Democrat. He is a brother of our fellow townsmen, G. F. and W. R. McKnight Like they are, W. S. is a live man. The Garden City, Concordia & Chicago railroad bonds were carried in Ellis county last Saturday by 234 major ity. The contract requires the work to be commenced within thirty days, and to be completed to the Santa Fe railroad within one year. A delegate convention of the Na tional Prohibition party of the sixth con gressional district of Kansas will be held in the city of Downs, on Tuesday, Sept. 28, at two o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating a candidate for congress and electing a central committee for the next ensuing two y...

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. — 18 September 1886

Iffc,r'i'55 &&gl?m$ X'aI m THE NEWS IN BRIEF. AT HOME AND ABROAD. The strike of the New Yo rk Cigar makers as been declared off. The total subscription to the Charleston elief fond amounts to over 161,090. The democratic First Michigan district nominated linage . ixgan ior congress. 'By an explosion in a colliery near Bristol, England, seven persons were Killed and ten injured. Acting order the socialist lawa.the Berlin police hare suppressed fire associations of working men. At the Eighth Missouri district republican convention R. G. Horr was nominated by acclamation. Gold dug in the Transvaal to lhe amount of 4,ri:o ounces was fchippid from Cape Town for England. The Fourteenth Ohio district democratic congressional convention nominated Dr. Thomas G. Brister. Poindexter Dnnu was renominated for congress by the democrats of the first Ar kansas district. The republicans of the sixth Michigan congressional district nominated MarKo. Brewer, of Pontiac. John Walker, a well know...

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. — 18 September 1886

jp y ?& "-"early Subscription, $2.00. STOCK :FVRINGr THE HARTS OF OTJR, INIDXJSTIIES. Single Copy S Oerits. ? i IB' I a Br. EIGHTH YEAR. FOR BARGAINS GO TO He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: WA-KEENEY, WERLICH & KERSHAW, Are again in trade at their old stand and are prepared to supply everyone with Groceries, Flour, Feed, Hardware, STOVES, TINWARE, QUEENSWABE, &c. Have a Car Load of Barbed Wire at the Lowest Prices. Give Us a Call and See Our Prices. " I AGENTS FOR THE STDDEBAKER WAGON & MCCORMICK REAPER&MOWER, I We now have a Tinner employed, and are ready to do any kind of Tinwork. i W. B. KRITCHFIELD, DPI AXjTSR IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES, PICTURES, Asd Everything In Hoon Famishing Line. Picture Frams Mouldings, Organs, Sewing MachlnBepair& UNDEUTAKEB. Burial Robes, Cue Caskets, Etc. Mammoth Stock and Re...

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. — 18 September 1886

"Vh r$r( WE CROW ! iF Hi 14) lit j ! ; tl w i m . WESTERN KAS. WOBLD. OFFICIAL FAFEH OF T1EG0 COWTY. W. S. 7ILT0N, Editor. Satueday, September 18, 1886. For President-Elect in 1888, Qenersi Jolna. ,A.. Xjoselxl OP ILLINOIS. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Associate Justice, D. M. VALENTINE, of Shawnee. For Governor, JOHN A. MARTIN, of Atchison. For Lieutenant Governor, A. P. RIDDLE, of Ottawa. For Secretary of State, E. B. ALLEN, of Sedgwick. For Treasurer of State, J. W. HAMILTON, of Sumner. For A uditor of State, TIMOTHY MCCARTHY, of Pawnee. For Attorney General, S. B. BRADFORD, of Osage. For Supt. of Public Instruction, J. H. LAWHEAD, of Bourbon. For Congressman 6th District, E. Jf TURNER, of Sheridan. For Judge 23d Jndicial District, S. J. OSBORN, of Trego. County Republican Ticket. For Representative W. B. TH.TON. For County Attorney A. J. HAELAN. For Probate Judge F. H. CONGER. For Snpt Pnbllc Instrnction A. B. BAKEB. For Clerk District Court A. H. BLAIB. For Commissioner 3rd Dis...

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. — 18 September 1886

irw'w F Sr '-if TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWIN GS. v. r. mAiLBOAO ma tabus. XA8T rastHall 637 am 8Mpx Dy Passenger 138 pm 138 pm Freight 310pm 11:25 am Passengers allowed by permit New wells. Autumnal tints. A pleasant lecture. A few showers fell Monday night Quarterly meeting Saturday and Sun day at Banner. Mrs. Maples started last Friday on a visit to Ohio. W. R. O. of Collyer hold their monthly meeting next Saturday. Treasurer Arnold, of Ness county, left "for home by Thcsday noon's train. J. M. Arnold left for St, Joe, by Tues day's passenger, on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. L. A Fisher and son reached home safely on Friday night J. H. Siebert will soon re-open his meat market, and handle a full line of meats. We need a justice of peace, if only per f orm a marriage ceremony once in a -while. E. Ananchett was' brought home sick last Friday. He is suffering from rheu matism. To Exchakge. Wheat, corn and rye will be taken in ex...

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. — 18 September 1886

Gl?MfeS9'SWRISBSSSSBiBHHBBHHBBHH fr . .. r &, Pl': 1if i a. DAISIES ON THE FAItM. 8ho painted them onv canvas With a ra t, artifctio uir ; Eho wore thpm In hr bodico And in her raven liair. SLo thought farm life- idyllic And txiid its Rrcati-'tt etiarm Wpb Jcnt it by the dnnies. The daisies on the fann. r "Do you not liko the daisies?" 1o tho farmer's eon she eaith, Bnt all the praise he tittered Was uudenuath his breath. It sounded energetic, But she felt a vague alarm That he did net lore the daisies The daisies on the farm. Bho read to him a poem, A pastoral complete. He seemed unsympathetic, Though her voice vras very sweet. With some repressed emotion His face grew dark and warm, For its burden was the daisies, The daisies on tho farm. Soon tho charming summer boarder To her city home returned, For a bouI of higher longing Her aesthetic nature yearned. And a farmer's son undaunted. With his scjthe upon his arm, Went to battle with the daisies, The daisies on the farm. Texas...

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. — 18 September 1886

iFj$?ga$'& ww mw PPSRsfl'fl " js r BJHLBW-aarSJH A PICKPOCKET'S HKROUOI. An Reeemntcdny a Benevolent Old Gen- tlemaa "Who Kntw Him froni a Boy. "few York Sob. Tk subject was pickpockets, and a detective had given a number of inter esting incidents of the skill and dexteri ty of this class of criminals, as well as stnkiBg instances of their complete re formation. " I Met a reformed pickpocket once," said a benevolent looking old gentleman, and the means he took of reforming himself were probably such as no other member of the fraternity ever took. I say I meet this party once, but the fact is I knew him from a boy. His family is one of the best that lived in Philadel phia, and the young man received a good education and had everything that heart could desire to make him a good and useful citizen. He eeemed to have no faults. He never drank or gambled, and it was not until he was past his ma jority that the crushing fact was brought home to his father that his son was a profession...

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. — 18 September 1886

wmww ? i'-Vltf V-ii ': Z--wri -VE"3"-V j AT -sftVifw SBigm ?rV SKi tSVV&WZ EF&faP!!2&R: x - &35&ir. - v'j-p&S, Ssiffc. - - AC s '- -W-V, sl& K V K -. - JL. ",5,9 V&: NEIGHBORING NOTES. Personal Gossip with ney" in It. "Wa-Kes- All Eoads Ii9ad to Wa-Keoney. NESS COUNTY. Ness City News, 11. Several prominent democrats of this ,county -wont to Wa-Keeney yesterday. Dr. J. W. Scott asssited by Dr. Ven ard, performed a very neat surgical oper ation, Monday. A son of Mr. Wood, of Waring township, was suffering from necrosis of the shin bono. Upon exam ination it was found necessary to re move about one-third of the bone which the doctors proceeded to do in a skillful manner. It can rain as easy hero as any other place on the globe when it takes a no tion to. This week we have had lots of it, and it came in gentle showers, soaking into instead of running off the ground. This will give our farmers 11 grand oppor tunity to put in lots of wheat and rye which we ...

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. — 25 September 1886

jl ... . V m K m , S&li ' .b,'. :v mL 'Hi- 3TE-AJ&Ij"Z" STJSSCiaiTIOIsr, S2.00. EIGHTH YEAH. DuKIirG the big fair at "Kirwin, the Chief, as is usual on such occasions, is run as a daily. The Daily Post, of Washington, Kansas, was born last Tuesday. It is Democratic, but lively. Johh A. Logan is good enough for the Atwood (Col.) Advocate in 1888. He is good enough for us all! Anderson's committee in the fifth district refuse to accept the with drawal offer of Judge Wilson. The six-year-old son of John Cunningham, the Colby Democrat relates at length, was run over by his father's team a few days ago, and killed instantly. Mr. Cunningham lives some distance from Colby. You will find the opening cam paign speech of Governor Martin full of intellectual food of sterling varieties. We are glad to be able to place the full text of this able document before our readers in this issue. Hays City people are greatly elated over the prospects of a north-and-.eouth railroad as the result o...

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. — 25 September 1886

IP -P mmi- EK aSin5fc.v" i R&ns:2lF3 'V v. ri; "tl2 "v-cr-sjj-i'iivjjvv. "-!.; irj ,,, - 'i y V? PSIk .) THE KEY NOTE. SeUE KEPDBLICAN CAMPAIGN OPENS AT TOPEKA. "Carernor Blartln's Speech Delivered at the Mass Meeting at Crawford's Opera Sense September 15 A Plain Explana tion of Party Politics The Great Work of the Republican' Party Set Forth In Xjmguage Which All Can Understand -A ( Masterly Compilation of Facts and figures. Jfcfr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen: The campaign in Kansas this year in what is called an "off year" contest. The in tense enthusiasm, the fierce excitement, the great processions, with flags and banners and mnsic and resounding hurrahs; the marvelous interest, dwarfing and absorbing all other concerns, and even paralyzing, for months, the every-day business pursuits -and industries of the people all these will be wanting in the campaign of 18SC. And yet the interests involved in the election that will be held in November next are as aiomentoua, and the...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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