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Mrs. Jefferson Davis decides in
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tures, head, body and legs are in
Topeka, Kas , July 13.—The in perfect state of preservation.
dications are that the Alliance will
The Democratic party of Kansas
split on the subtreasury scheme.
The action of the Texas convention which many supposed had gone
is a general topic of conversation I out of business and handed over its
here, and the views of the Alliance effects to the new People’s party,
leaders are as diverse as those of the shows signsof revival, and, to judge
We are how located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
members of different organizations. from recent events, proposes to no
three floors, ami each floor loaded With gOO^S.
President McGrath of this State is longer give aid and comfort to this
lukewarm on the subtreasvrv plan i new movement- The meeting of
Will maintain our former rules: SqUa,r3 Dealing, One Price-
and in sympathy with the Missouri Democratic editor?, held to discuss
Alliance president, U. S. Hall, in the pending local eamoaigns ofthis Best Ouality.
his fight on Dr. Macnne. Dr Me-1 year, but more especially to talk
We buy 1- lour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt,,
Lallin, editor of the Alliance Advo- over the situation for next year, was Canned Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Puices are LOW.
cate, declares that the Texas con- very significant, inasmuch as it
vention does not represent the Al was composed largely of the men
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liance in that State and that the who direct anti shape the policy of
CORRESPON DENCE SOLI(’ITED.
Texas State president has revoked the party in Kansas. The refusal
the commissions of the lecturers of the alliance to form a coalition
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
who signed the call for the conven with the Democrats in the Presi
tion. Mr, Hall of Missouri is not dential campaign of 1802, aroused
an Alliance man. but a Democratic such a storm of indignation in the
politician. Dr. McLallin declares. Democratic ranks, that’ they are
He says the Kansas Alliance is determined to “keep in the middle
practically a unit on the subtreas of the road” and fight for straight
Portland Boot & Shoe Store
ury plan, while others of the Alli democracy. In that event, between
LUNABURG A FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
ance leaders say that only one of the fire of the democrats and the
the State lecturers. S. N. Scott ofi republicans, the I’eone £ party is
stockII< m >4 and itlw«. ot tn« ve,., ,l>c»t
vu.dity, ju*4 received
McPherson is making a fight for it. I likely to travel a very rocky road
before November, 1892.
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Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicleii.
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