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OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUNTY. iSATUBDAY, Septembeh 29, 1S94. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, MAJOR E. X. MORRILL. or Associate Justice Supreme Court, W. A. JOHNSON. For Lieutensnt Governor, JAMES A. TROUTMAN. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM 0. EDWARDS. For State Auditor, GEORGE E. COLE. For State Treasurer, OTIS L. ATHERTON. For Attornev General, FRANK B." DAWES. ?or Superintendent Public Instruction, EDMUJMD STANLEY. For Congressman-at-Large, RICHARD W. BLUE. jFor Congressman of the Sixth District, A. 1. ELlxlS. of the conference was that Mr. Saum hastened to Topeka the next day with a letter from Frakes and also one from Frakes' man Friday to Chairman Briedenthal of the populist state central committee. Mr. Briedentnal was informed that unless the populists of this judicial district would endorse Mr. Saum for judge the Land Office combination would be "fornist" Baker for Con gress and that the said combination would actually vote for the regular democratic nominee. Think of it! Grover Cleveland's appointee actu ally threatening to vote for a demo crat under certain conditions! In the language of our ex-postmaster it is certainly "marvelous." Mr. Saum's conference with Chairman Briedenthal does not appear to have been entirely satisfactory. So he took the back track and hastened to Sharon Springs where resides James Teele, chairman of the populist ju dicial convention and who is known to be a fusiouist from principle, if such a thing were possible. Mr. Saum and Mr. Teele then went to Colby where they met Mr. Baker and by threats (by Saum) and per suasion (by Teele) endeavored to secure Baker's influence to capture the populist nomination for Mr. Saum. This little bit of history is entirely authentic and will not be denied except it be in some minor detail. It shows the desperate straits to which the Frakes-Saum combination is driven and it also shows how principle ,and manhood are bartered away in the interests of one or two designing demagogues. In the mad scrable for office, poli tics and even honor itself must be relegated to the background when they stand in tne way of individual aggrandizement. Democrats how do you like to be thus disposed of by the irakes-Saum combination? Thev openly boast that they can de liver everyone or vou into the pop ulist camp by a simple wave of the hand. Is it true that you have sur rendered your political principles, your right to form and express an How, Do You Like It Democrats and lde yur ow,n' in bnet nave, ?ou bnnuljx-7 ' entirely surrendered your manhood I into thf roenmff nf lhaso oolr on . rill 1 I I 1 IT I t ' J l r iiuiiiieu uossesr iroouiisis. is it to say in the past respecting the true that Grover Cleveland's hench- Frakes-Saum combination, or to be man can deliver you soul and body more exmicit. the Wa-Kftenev Land mto the democratic party merely by .Office combination with Frakes the sa-vinS the wo. a,nd f urnis.hin? Dighton carpet bagger, as the chief C"r oran? V.?1 Pro?r no:!c,es f tr,,,! WQ v,o w;oV, as it a iacc mat mere is neimer wiL m l. if nunc imuiioucu at 1CI" I . . , . . 4. f i?,..ii i,: j nonor nor pnnciDle in vour nartv? liuiu rianes luicu man r nuay T .. , , ' i ,1 w ci.-4- is it true that the offices and the II U1VU piUililCUU tiJUOtV OVCLlYf CLL V I 1 ! 11 "Jamnt Tii,r o c.u; spous are me only inducements you the populist state ticket if he would . f .c rt c.7ldlc F7 only declare tor fusion. We pub- Tor Judge of the 23rd Judicial District. LEE MONROE. County Ticket. For Representative, A.H.BLAIR. For County Attorney, S.M. HUTZEL. For Clerk of Court, C.N. GIBSON, For Probate Judge, S. R. COWICK. For County Superintendent, A. S. PEACOCK, For Commissioner 2d District, V. B. CYPHER. livered all over the state in making hi3 convass for re-election. The only words of condemnation that fell from his lips were directed against President Cleveland because he interfered to prevent the de struction of feceral property and violation of federal law without waiting to be requested to do so by just such another governor as him self. Le welling is the chief executive of the state. The enforcement of law and protection of property are the especial functions of the high office he now holds and to which he again aspires. The fact that the chief executive of a state who is a candidate for re election can discuss the great strike all over Kansas without ever once expressing any disapprobation of the wholesale destruction of prop erty that accompanied that strike is one of alarming significance. It is a notorious fact that there are people in Kansas who rejoice be cause of the destruction of property by the mob in Chicago last summer and whose only regret is that it was not permitted to continue. What reason can be given bv any one of the thousands who heard Lewelling: in his canvass for believing that he does not belong to this class? He either does belong to it or he is deliberately bidding for the votes or those who do. The mere candi dacy of such a man is a disgrace his election would be a calamity. For the Populist and labor lead ers generally I have the highest re spect. They are earnest men and women who, with the utmost sin cerity and great ability, are trying to find a remedy for evils which actually exist, and great good to Kansas will undoubtedly be the ul timate result of their efforts. They can do the cause they espouse no greater service than by uniting with other good citizens in relegating L. D. Le welling to the obscurity from which he emerged on an evi day for Kansas. L. VV. Keplinger in Kansas City Gazette. POPULISTS ON POPULISM. AS IN YOUTH flyer's Hair Vigor CORDIALLY INDORSED. RESTORES Natural Growth OF THK WHE5 ALL OTHER Dressings FATT-i. I can cordially indorse Ayer's Hair o Vigor, as one of the best preparations : Jor the hair. When I began using Ayer's 0j Hair Vigor, all the front part of my head oj about half of it was bald. The use j of only two bottles restored a natural q growth, which still continues as in my O youth. I tried several other dressings, j but they all failed. Ayer's Hair Vigor 0 is the best." Mrs. J. C. Peeusseb, oj Converse, Texas. JJi o O; O O: PREP ABED BY ! Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., LOWELL, MASS. gj oooooooooooooooooooooooi Ayer's Hair Vigor THE PRISTS OF PALLAS, GRAND PARADE, Tuesday, Octcbsr 2, '94 organization? Abe Frakes and VV E. Saum have both repeatedly said so. We tee! like susriendiner uider- ment upon this proposition for a tew weeks longer. In the mean time we shall watch with much in LEWELLING'S CANDIDACY. lished Scott's manly letter in reply in Tvhich Frake's Friday was un- ' IE. .11 ' A L 1 1 1 ineruiiuuy castigated ior Claiming that he represented democracy, while at the samfi tim h tvn U. llme we sr -W W . I I J . ,, ,11- . travins the oartv into the hands of ceresc tne. snipping in process its enemies. Of course nobody M?.T.pr ln torce 111 this 3udicia. . ...... ..... rliofrirtf ice combination to. deliver the dem ocratic party to the f usionists or to give any place on the populist state ticket to any of its friends whom they might wish to thus compli- The air is heavy laden with the ment. JNobody who has even seen most outrageous scandal? concern jraM ana ms hired man Friday ing LewelIiu ticket was entirely at their disposal. The besfc men m llis own Part"V But the state ticket being dispos- ve these scandals currency and ed of according to their suggestions credence and few men affect to they cast their statesman-like vision deny their truth in still another direction A leirandpr like looking for other political worlds to conquer and the result was what will descend into history as the Frakes-Saum combination. Waving, however, any considers tion of such matters, the character of the man as disclosed by his pub lie speeches makes Lewelling'scand- "Briefly stated Frakes pledged the idacy an issue which dwarfs into in- .entire democratic vote to Baker for significance any question about tar .Congress, notwithstanding the - ;i t- j emocracv ot r.ms Hitri'! v,aA r . - w.u !; i. n. . . . , nominated an able candidate. In tluai sldUUJulul Lue ret;t;nc s"ie return the populists of this iudicial was tne most noteworthy event in (district were pledged some of them the history of the country since the to vote tor baum tor district war. ironi principle and the democrat 1 j. j. Ai . . -i f i.ii ., T alarming features of that strike was cattle are sold by this wonderful the IawIess destruction of property and powerful combination. on a scale never before equaled in time of peace. jjul mere were a iew populists in - In l, 0QQoV. T u i i i i - . I nutii jljci kjji uav in I p iTn "nf' rr s &7 gently leweHing posed as w vuuiuui turn j w 11 ,1 -11 - affairs and their own votes and the especial champion of organized when the populist convention was laDOr ana dilated at length on the palled to nominate a judge they had great strike trie temerity, the unheard of pre- A man fit to be the leader of or- samption. to declare that thp : j i "EVoWc g, u- L' 1 t 7 SaiJ1eu iwr ivuows no strine can i iQRco-ua,uui tuuiumauun coma not i . , , , . dictate the r nomine nnrl -u rcl ouceu UU1CSS 1,( uas sJm standing the presence in person of Path ?f tbe Sen Public. Any the man Friday, representing tbp mat fit to be either the leader of said Frakes-Saum aggregation, the the labor movement or Governor of convention refused to endorse Mr. Kansas knows that to a verv great SSfoaUrrDedWith- ? tetr-'" of property in Chicago last" summer Since tAe adjournment of the turned the sympathy of the public populist convention last May the against the strike. J. iam.ca-ou.um COrUOinatlOn nave ex- ' ho mnct omnmnr 4-1, erteu every innuence amonrr thpL c j ,. . -c .i j- . . , p . '-iub ui. oriiuizea laoor ever re popuhsts of the district to induce i 1.111 , the committee to call another con- cei.ved was at the hands of those yention for the purpose of endors- gmIt.v ot tuat crime, and the most ing Saum. It appears that they serious charge ever made against it have so far succeeded as to induce was the charge of having been di the chairman to call the convention rptlv rpsnnn-ihlp f h0f tp u: again and it will m.t a' , .'. , , . ... uaigc irc 11 uc, li suuu Utt Hie 06110- iogether jsome time next week. Whether it will endorse Mr. Saum or reo-nlarlv erate PurPose and policy of organiz nominate a populist depends upon e labor, the sooner the fact is wueiuer it wni oe actuated by prin- known the better it will be for all cipie or controlled by two or three democrats in' Wa-Keeney in the in terest of the democratic party. D. RatUbone, of Hays City, a populist lawyer, will be a candidate. concerned. If this charge be not true (as it certainly is not) and if Lewellingbe the friend of labor he professes to I be, he should have denied it. But. One night last week the Frakes- in an v event hp should hav toaum commnation held a confer- demned the crime, and as the gover encemthe V a-Keeney land office ui j . tc .1 e j" nor he should have warned against forth"? purpose of devising ways - . .. .... out and means to secure the endorse- the folII of lts petition on similar 'ment of Mr. Saum by the populist occasions in the future. He did judicial convention which will meet neither the one nor the other. And lome time next week. The result the same is true of the speech he dez The most corrupt administration known in history." Benj II. Clover. 1 have facts m my possession to prove that the Lewelling administration is the most dishonest and corrupt that has cursed Kansas." Mary E. Lease. "The trouble with our present leaders m Kansas is they want office more than they want to aid the masses." Percy Daniels, Lieutenant Governor. "There never was a time in the his tory of this town when gamblers, policy shoppers, pool sellers, lottery people crap shooters and jointists were in such force or in such clover as now. The con iitions are such that nine-tenths of our people believe that the administration is a beneficiary of lawlessness in this town." Senator Taylor, Pop, of Wyan dotte county. "You know there has been much talk about the administration of affairs in the larger cities. Within the past few days I have learned, not from enemies, but from friends of the administration of circumstances showing that the ad ministration of affairs in some, if not all, of the cities of the first class, is thoroughly currupt, and that to the knowledge at least of the Governor." A.ssociate Justice Allen. "Kansas populism stands for gam bling dens and policy shops, and Gov ernor Lewelling so declares it. Kansas Populists stands for more bawdy houses and more prostitution, and Governor Lewelling so declares it. Kansas Popu lism stands for moral, financial and ma- terial ruin, and Governor Lewelling so declares it." Cyrus Cornine. (Poo.) All Free. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery knows its value, and those who have not, now have the opportunity to try it Free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a trial bottle, free Send your name and address to II. E Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a sam ple box of Dr. King's New Life, pills free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing. Jones & Gibson's drug store. To Text Book Buyers. Several inquiries have reached me concerning changes ot text booka. I wish to say that the board does not con template making many changes but I advise you not to buv any more Fish Arithmetics or Reed and Kellogg Gram mars. Ihe other boo;is will probably be readopted except possibly the spellers. We expect to adopt before October 6th. Kespecttuliy, A. S. Peacock, County Superintendent. Six Thousand Square Miles of Wealth. The vast fertile valleys of the two In dian reservations in Northeastern Utah, soon to be opened to settlers, comprise about 3,500,001) acres of the finest agri cultural and grazing land. The direct line to Liintah and Uncompahure reser vations is by the Union Pacific System via xAino ana Park City. E. L. Lomax, G. P. & T. A., U. P, System, Omaha, Neb. To School District Clerks. You yrill confer a favor by reporting names of teachers employed length of term, etc., as soon aa convenient. Blank forms for this purpose were sent out wun tne regular annual supply. -V. b. 1'EACOCK, County Superintendent, Trego County, Kan. The Priest of Pallas at Kansas City will parade this year Tuesday evening October 2, and the people who witness it are assured of seeing the grandest pro cession of the most beautiful floats ever produced. This popular organization can always be dejended upon to furnish an entertainment that will fully repay all the people who may visit Kansas City upon this occasion. The subject chosen this year is one of unusnal interest, affording an excellent opportunity for brilliant, artistic effects and the Priests and their large' corps of artists have taken advantage of the oc casion to charm the seeker for the beau tiful and to gratify the student of the intellectual. Colorado fires and calcium lights will render night brilliant and many of the leading bands of Kansas and Missouri will participate. A one fare rate for the round trip has been made for this occasion by the Union Pa cific System, good October 1 to 8, from points in Kansas within 250 miles of Kansas City, and Nebraska points with in 200 miles, and many special trains will be run. Karnival Krewe parade on Thursday, October 4th, afternoon and evening. See your nearest Union Paci fic agent. E. L. Lomax, J. B. Fbawley, G. P. & Tkt. Agt. Gen'l Ag't, Omaha, Kansas City, Mo Notice of Application to Purchase School Land. The undersigned hereby gives notice that he will, on the oth day of October 1894, make an application to the Probate Court of Trego Count-, Kansas to purchase the following described school land, situated in the organized county ot lrego, Kansas, viz.: The northeast quarter of section 36, township lo, range zi. He names the following persons to prove his settlement, continuous resi dence, and improvements, viz. : Frank Halbleib, residence McCracken, and .fritz liaibleib, residence McCracken. 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