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WESTERN CYCLONE.
ARTHUR G. TALLMAN, EDITOR,
THURSDAY, MAY 27th,, 1886.
For State Auditor,
HON. E. P. M'CABE,
‘ Of Graham County.
Between strikes, eyclones, socialists,
Jrabid dogs and' blizzards the season
thus far has been unusually lively,
l‘;md promices to last until the green
fruit crop and fourth of Juty arrive.
A MODEST youg lady at the dinner
Aable }yhispered to the waiter: “J want
some roast chicken and prefer the part
which ought to be dressed in drawers.”
A young man overhearing her quickly
said: “Waiter I will take ‘that part
which ought to wear the bustle.” The
young lady fainted and was carried
‘out.—[Ex. \
Tur following named gentlemen are
the aspirants for congressional honors
from this, the Sixth district of Kansas:
Lewis Hanback of Oshorne.
E. J. Turner, of Sheridan.
A. L. Patchin, of Decatur.
David Heron, of Jewell.
C. H. St. John, of Mitchel.
Webb McNall of Smith.
J. J. A.T. Dixon, of Russell.
W. H. Pratt, of Phillips.
W. H. Barnes. of Rooks.
J. M. Brown, a colored man from
Topeka announces himself as a candi
date for stat 2 auditor in place of k. P.
McCabe. We understand that My,
McCabe has made an eflicient officer
and the only question raised against
him is his third term. But it will he
remembered that his predecessor, P: 1.
Bonebrake enjoyed a third term, that.
State Treasurer Francis and other!
state officers have been so blessed,
ann it is now proposed to give Stat~
Treaurer Howe a third term, and if
McCabe is edually worthy why make
an exception of him? Ifthird term is
the serious objection to the renomina
tion of Mr. Howe that we know of, and
if Mr. Howe is renominated it may as
well be understood that the Sun is in
favor of the renomination of McCabe.
—Blue Mound Sun.
Last evening a large and enthusias
tic meeting of colored men.took place
at the court house. The object of
this as stated by Mr, Jerry Owens,
was to get an expressionf of the people
in reference to' the coming state
election, and the interest of the colored
peoplein the contest.
On motion J. H. Howard was
plected permanent chairman and
(reorge W. Adams secretary.
After the organization many inter
resting and instructive speeches were
made by Messrs. S. B, McLemore,
Lumpton Frederic, Rodert Hardison,
Mr. Jeff Savage and C. A. Walker.
Mr. S. B, McLemore then offered
the following resolutions:
Resolved, That the republican
party with the. principles enunciated
from time to time, are the principles
that all true republicans should up
hold and foster until liberty and equal
and exact justice shall be extended
and practiced to all men alike.
Resclved, That the republican party
is the party of liberty and equal
rights, and we, the citizens of IFort
Scott and Bourbon county, reaflirm
our allegiance to the republican party
as she has existed since 1863, and it is
the sense of this meeting that the
republican party is the only one
that has proven itself able to deal
with the important measures that
have presented themselves to the
Ameriean people. That we look with
great disfavor upon the sentiment
uttered by Jeff Davis and his attempt
to ressurrect the dismal howl of state
sovereignty and southern rights.
That we believe the southern states
possess rights in common with the
northérn states and that the sentiment
uttered by the arch traitor Jefi' Davis
is dangerous to the security of life
and liberty in the southern states,
especially to those who may differ
with him and his admires, That we will
endorse any rebuke that the republi
can convention of the state of Kansas
may adopt, Vo
Resolved, that we view with pleasure
the administration of the soldier govern
or, John A Martin and heartily endorse
his nomination by the republican state
convention in 1886. And we [eel
that we have been honored in the
election of Mr. E. P. Mc(Cabe to the
important office of auditor of state.
He has filled the office the most
creditably to himself and his raee, and
we do most heartily recommend Mr.
E. P. McCabe as our uirst choice for
renomination in the republican con
vention of 1836, ‘
The above resolutions were unani
mously adopted by a rising vote, after
wluch the meeting adjourned—Fort
Seott Monitor. l
WHAT OTHERS SAY OF US.
The Western Cyeclone, of Nico
demus, ecited by A. (. Tallman, comes
to our desk. It is a neat little sheet
and we trust will make much monsy
at Demus.—Rooks (Po. Record.
The Western Cyclone, a 5-column
folio, by A. G. Tallman, at Nicodemus
Grahani county is the latest news
paper venture in the west.—Downs
Chief.
The Western Cyclone of Nicodemus,
Graham county, is a new production
for that town. Arthur G. Tallman is
its editor.” It flings to the breeze the
name of K. P. McCabe for auditor.—
Topeka Capital. Fa 43
The Western Cyelone, bublished at
Nicodemvs, Kansas. hy A. G. Tall
man has been received at this office
markedx. If there are anything in
a name the Cyclone ought to get
there.—Lenora f.eader.
Graham county will scon be blessed
with newspapers. The latest is .the
Western Cyelone published at Nieo
demus. The Cyclone starts out with
bright prospeets, and is neat and
newsy.—Hill City Reveille,
The Western Cyclone presents a
very neat and newsy appearance . ang
is just what is needed by Nicodemps.
There is nothing to prevent the place
making a thilving town with the prop
per effort, and nothing will contribute
more to its suceess than a good news
paper.—Millbrook Times,
The first issue of the Western
Cyclone published at Nicodemus by
Arthur G. Tallman, struck this offics
last Raturday. This paper starts with
a good advertising patronage and
altogether presents a very neat ap
pearance. It is republican in politics.
—QGraham Co. Democerat. ~
Nicodemus has been struck by a
cyclone; not an old fashioned {wister,
of the kind that destroys towas, but
one wich will prove a matertal factor
in the force which goes to build up a
town. The Western Cyclone, pu™-
lished by A. G. Tallman, made its
appearanec on the 15th inst. It is a
bright newsy little five column folio
devoted to the interest of Nicodemus
and surrounding country. If the
people of that section will stand by
the Cyclone it will do them good.—
Western News. ;
FarxsworTn. Ks.. May 23 'B6.
Epitor Cycrone:—Yesterday T was
at our post office and was very much
surprised to get the first number of a
spicy littie sheet called the “WESTERN
Cycroxe,” and after reading it all
through, and finding it so full of news,
besides the name appearing to me to
be so appropriate, I concluded at once,
that I must have that paper regularly,
so 1 enclose you herewith by registered
letter, one dollar for which please con
tinue to send the “CycroNe.” May
you ever prosper. - E.
Boyvd. of the Logan Freeman, does
not seem to yet recognize the fact that
Nicodemus has a paper. BMaybe the
Cycroxne has gobbled up some of' the
Freeman's preserves. Grin and bear
it Mr. B.
The candidates for the state auditor
ship continue to come forward. The
list stands as follows: Mr. A, H. Burtis
of Garden City, A. J. Davis of Rooks
county, Timothy McCarty of Larned
and Hon. E. P. McCabe of Graham,
the present incumbent. The chances
seemn favorable for a renomination of
McCabe at paesent.—Ellis Review.
Many of the papers throughout the
state are making a fight on the -
election of State Aunditor McCabe on
account of color. This is not right.
While we do not believe in the third
term syvstem. vet if the other state
officials are to enjoy that privilege, we
sce no reason why Mc¢Cabe should not
eniov the same. There has been no
mone competent ofticial at the capital
than McCabe.—Ellis Review.
Tuis is the wayv in which the Rock
Island Companv describes Kansas.
plaiy. Where indioy an
th. ° Where wo
tonish—where
YEeTruire, Qiice
pastare cout
where wii
ctomn is kine: where orchard. dairs
and garden prodvets command big
prices; where golden opportunities
awaitl the agricaliurisi; where are
millions of acres ¢f free land: where
are millions of acres of improved farms;
where emigration is “fruitful muitiples
and replenishes the earth;” where the
arcadian center of the North American
states are located; where are churches,
schools . and happv homes; where
energy, the poor man's capital, is
wiesly invested.”
Wlors eccase to
~ the pmairie seas of
widden by buffylo. now
hords of cattle:
wal record and
ST. FRANCIS HOTEL,
FLETCHER BROS., PROPRIETORS,
NICODEMUS,
This house :i_s in first-class order and fs prepared
to furnish t{xe best accommodations to the travel
‘ng public, (‘h?\rges reasonable, ¥ ¢
E@“’G-éon LiyERY IN CONNECTION.
J. A. Weaver,
DEALER AN
Fresh Grocegjes, ;Confectiongay,
- Candies, Cigars, -Tobaccoes,
Coffees angl all kinds of |
Staple and Fancy
Giroceries.
Store north side Main street,
NICODEMUS, — KANSAS.
Z.'T. Fletcher,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
LAND, LOAN AND
INSUANCE AGENT.
Land for sale in Rooks & Grahgm
(ounties,
MoNEY T 0 LoAN ON REAL ESTATE.
All Kinds of land bus‘incs% attended to. Legal
papers made out and acknowledged.
NICODEMUS, - -. . KANSAS
Jonas Moore,
STONE MASON.
Mzason work dene to order op notice, Leave
ordors at A, N. HARPER'S, :
NicopEyMUs, KANsAs.
A. W. FRATER,
'TICKNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,—
WEBSTER, - KaANsAs,
Wi practice in all the coarts of the 17th Judicial
Prwioer. Makes final proof and attends to all kind
nd brsipness,
C. H. NEWTH;
Physician,
NICODEMUS, — KANsas.
.0.
o — e
e . - s
All call prompaly attended to day or might.
OrriceE AT THE City DrUG STORE.
CHARLES, A. WILSON,
TONSORIAL ARTIST
il
Shaving, Shampooing
and Hair Dresing, done
In the Latest Styles,
H. K. LIGHTFOOT,
LAND ATTORNEY,
Real Estate and Insuramee.
WEBSTER, ROOKS CO,, - KANSAS.
We make Final Proof, Boouhndfi Timbee
Culture and Pre-emption enteries. F os, Con
tests, ete. All kinds of land business transacted
reasonable rates. We have some desirable farms
for sale in Rooks and Graham counties at res.
sonable terms and prices.
B. P. Moreland,
HARNESS MAKER.
All kinds of reparing promptly done
‘0 a workman-like manner. Boots &
Shoes also repaired. Satisfaction
ouarantead. Give me a trial
B. P. MoRELAND,
NICODEMUS, KANSAS.
KANSAS.
DRY: GOODS, GROCERIES,
EVERYTHING
USUALLY KEPT IN THE LINE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
FURNITURE!
FURNITURE ESTABLISHMENT,
Call and examine my stoek, and gef prices.
And Tobacco alwayson hand.,
PATENT MEDICINES
CONSTANTLY KEPT ON HAND, ...
Call and examine my stock, I cemsider it a pleasure to show gogls.
9
POP!
SODA POP GINGER ALE ete,
rARM MACHINERY,
All kinds of Farm Machinery kept in season. If you wast any -kind of
Agricuitural Tmplements give us a trial and we will guarsntee prices
FLETCHER BRO 2. NICODEMUZ KAN
THE QLDEST STOR% 1.
ThE .COIETJ 4 TY;IE‘IN
AND O OF
THE MOST RELIABLE!
CONSISTING OF
BEDS, MATTRESSES '
CHAIRS, TABL%S,
SOFAS, 'L({Q NGES,
CRADLES & &«
AND EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO A FIRST-CLASS
> G WILSON,
Nicodemus, K nsas.
DRY GOODS AND
GROCERIES,
©+ BOOT & SHOE S, HOSIERY &C.
Laces, Haudkerchiefs, Ties, Needles, Pins, Thread, Dress Goods,
Prints, Flannels, Ginghams, Shirting Cambrics, Ete,, Ete,
My stock is full and complete in every particular, In groceries
T have a good assortment of staple and fancy goads
_glways fresh and reliable, Conptry
of all kinds taken in exchange for
goods at the highest market prices. If youn have any
thing to bay or sell, come-spd seq. me, Headquarters %
EVERYTHING!
A FINE LINE OF CIGARS
COMPLETE LINE OF
THE MOST EXCELENT DRINK ON EARTH!
WE MANUFACTURE A FIRST-CASS QUALITY OF
WHICH WE ARE OEFERING FOR SALE AT ALL OF
THENEIGHBORING TOW NS.
QRDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY FILLED.
BOYLAN & TURNER, WEBSTER, KANSAS.
FLETGHER BROTHERS.
PLOWS, HARROWS, DRILLS, LISTERS,
MOWERS, CULTIVATORS, AND BINDERS,
WILSO:
—DEALER IN:
FURNITURE!
H NEWTH
FOR SALE BY
BOOTS, SHOES AND ...
s
e
POP!

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