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Senator Thurston’s style of ora
tory must be objectionable to the
Kansas City republicans. He went
the other day intending to
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make a speech, but found upon his
tha*t no announcement had
been made and no hall secured.
He left without making a public
Maine and Vermont are equaled, speech, and his private speech
jf not ____
outdone! ! Tne
The splendid tri wouldn't do to print.
umph ll of democracy in Georgia and
Florida, has demonstrated clearly .
I he republicans of Ohio are such
that the people of the South,are still ardent believers in the right of free
true to the teachings of Jetlerson
speech that thev have leased all of
the available halls in the City of
three cornered fight in these states
Cleveland in order to prevent the
and the supreme efforts
‘tore of the’ holding of Bryan meetings in them.,
tne opposition, the vic
democrats appears the more signal.
The Virginia darkies needn't cut
When two of the elenientn arrayed
- :h other
_...... . in the recent up about being ignored in the ar-
issues in Novem- rangements for the Ben Harrison
be.-, «hat a tremendous majority meeting at Richmond. Ben never
will be piled up There is no dan- was inclined to Le chummy with
g. r thatMark Hanna’s partv will the colored brother.
t>e able to make any inroads into
the solid South in this year of
There is a big McKinley scare ;
grace. The result of these two last on in Ohio, and a worse one in In
contests precludes any such possi- diana Oh ves, the silver genti- I
bi'ity Nor will the South alone be ment is passing—to the front,
solid The great West, from the
river to the Pacific %
j isn’t certain ofj
ocean, will send a solid delegation i car|Vj(.g
own gtate> ,t , would
in tavor ui that peerless 'ou"? seem to be in order to ask what he
leader—Wm. J. Brvan. The coun jg certain of? jt looka ¡ike “defeat” I
try has become thoroughly aroused. | ig
The issues are every day becoming
more clearly defined. It is plutoc
Brvan’s voice may break down—
racy vs. the people! Our candidate
he is onlv one man—but his cam
is a host in himself. By ins match
paign «ill g>> marching on to vic
less achievements, in the face of
tory. because, as Joe Blackburn
extraordinary difficulties, he has
‘said, it is being conducted by the
wrung reluctant tribute, from all,
fairminded opponents. Even the
New York Herald and World are
Some men have queer ideas. One
compelled to admit that he "has
tie in wanted a New York labor
shown extraordinary energy, cour
meeting to adopt a resolution ask
age and vers.ati.ity.”
the Republican National Com
Mr. Bryan has now delivered .be
tween 20<J and 300 extemporaneous mittee to (ire Mark Hanna. That
speeches. He has traveled nearly must have tickled Hanna. The
iHJOO miles and sp >ken in 22 states ] idea would have been more ration
ami 200 towns In many of these al had it sugg sted that Hanna fire
places he has faced hostile and dis the committee, which he so com
orderly audiences, in all of them pletelv owns.
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he has invited the closest critical I
questioning from the people. Not
A New York preacher found out
once has he blunderd. Not once during a living trip as far west as|
has he said aught, that might nut Michigan that the west is in favor,
come with propriety from a candi of gold
Bright man that! Wonder
date for the presidency. Not once how the McKinleyites overlooked
lias be been discot certed by a hos him when they were selecting the
tile question. He is in the right | men to fix up election figures, from
and he knows and feelsit. He has their imaginations?
the cau-e of humanity at heart and
he feels assured that victory will
Every attempt to break up a
perch up<>n his banner. I Let the ¡Bryan meeting .whether by Yale
voters of Harnev county rise super-' ..............
students i or Cincinnatti toughs. |
ior to party ties on election day and I . makes new fri* n Is for Bryan among
cast a ballot for thi. great tribune | thoee
wno oeneve in
in f lair
of the people. Ev so doing they
will be lending a helping hand to
Ex-Congresi-man Bvnum, of Ind.,1
I rit g ba< L | u ‘|a rity to this sorely
will give people the impression that
afflicted iiatioii. 11 »-• suffbri> g from
he is baid to gev along with if he
the daninsiion <>fs ailless syndicates
isn’t careful. He is already on the
and heartless tnonnpoiies.
outs with some of the gold demo
It seenni that Turkev will not be
cateti by th» rovai Itouses of Europe
Of course fear had nothing to do
f-ir some lime yel.
with Secretary Carlisle’s declining
to divide lime with Senator Black
Chicign pick's^ckets «re no r**-
spector« of candidate« At a repub- -
eting the other night thev
' t J rough a imml er of pocke'S.
_t of the repu »licai.
candidate for governor, who was
“touch'd” for 1150.
Republican claims in the solid
S >oth are even more \ issionary
than the r'aim« they were m ak ir.g
►»me time ago of carrying Kansas
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