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   Glenrock Graphic (Newspaper) - September 3, 1890, Glenrock, Wyoming                               GRAPHIC. Single Copy, 5 Centt VOL, 5. Newipaper Divoted To The Intertitl Of Glenroek, Content County, And The Territory Of 12 00 per Year m Advance. OLENBOOK, WrOMING, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890, NO, 36, Stay! Work' Fight' Canvass' Electioneer' Keep staying1 Stand by the workingmen' Stay long time' Settlors against range eteerfc' No mote women hanging1 Labor against oppression' Baxter against Warren' Brains against beef Don't wear the ring oollkr' Be a man; not a ilave' Don't let corporate monopolies ran thii country! No mam Sweetsrater nsnginge! Vnte for Charley Maurer' Don't vole for a man in a well' S'and by Malcolm Campbell' It la a figkt for existence with poor men' Either the settler or the range alter mutt go The wilier can ole The range steer cannot Now IB ote against your opportunity arey1 Vote tor Baxter' Down with lhe Cheyenne Vole againsl the poliu cal despot' We want no dictatorship ibe laboring man a show this time, just for a change' I Stand by the settler, on the rener I Hurrah for Al. Chamberlain, the best friend the poor man ever had' Stay with 'em1 Try and make Malcolm Campbell's election unanimous ''t His own ttauseoas words Joe Carej's line nf primipte is of lion when be will surely choke in the same odor as a skunk's quarters after tbe "pretty animal" has been riled" up Apringt Mtiur A ballot for Warren to be gov Upon George W Jisxler's arrival in Lander yenUarday a governor's ernor of the new sca'e of Wyoming j salute of twenty ODD guns was fired is a vote to crush the masses and lhe the entire populace turned out coal miners in particular Rock Spruigi Miner Itu said that Carl Garver bai es ciped Itom the Richards Regency uombtnalioti and is now going it alone, tie couldn't stand it to led around like a little dog by Dicta- tor Richards Joe Carev, the ranch lauded repnb hcan spouter, is no match for Gov Baxter on tbe plattorm. Theatrical attitudes and mad ravings are neither convincing nor SpriHgt finer. When Carey took the train he rent the air with a huge stub of re lief Hock Springs hit no use for a jury flier or any one who has the brazen presumption to stump the xtate in behalf of criminals Miner If you want to be overwhelmed with schemes and appropriations you'll vote for a republican legisla tare, and if you want Carey and arren to be United States senators you'll vote for a republican legisla tnre Spnngt Miner Joe arey, the greal I Am of Wyo mmg, the jurat, the politician, tbe oralor and Ihe leader of the republi and received bun At night the illu minated and bonfires blazed in every direction. His address was listened to by a thousand people. He rained solid facts npon the audience, who Applauded him to tbe echo As heretofore, not one word of abuse or billingsgate disgraced tbe effort. The ladies were particularly pleased Journal. THBBOttsUTEM. In the republican jxmnty conven- tion Maj Woloottltood np in front of Deforest Richards after the latier bad been nominated for senator, and shook his fist u Richards, and used this language: "You, M, have made us eat here today in a Tery ttmiliating manner, but we you eat dog in a much more humiliating way oa the day of election Oar people are curiously and anxiously waiting to see lhe election returns from foiland precinct in or def to determine who is tbe greatest doi{ eater______________ UlCTiTOB BlCrURDS> EBOS111 Tht Facts Ccaeenlng tkat Home of DeForec Richards' po lltical friends are l to make Governor e public W Baxter, the oow ind capital for him on B" Qn the streniflh of a statement that last "m R I .Ipiviffs donated a car load THECANPEBCUTVTE. Trfe most thing that has appeared in ibis campaign againsl brightest lawyer in the entire slate, and well worthy and fully qualiBed to sit upon tbe bench of any candidate was prmied in ibe I tnis, the eapilal district of Wyoming Casper Mail concerning lion F H And General Thompson, "also of Harvey, democratic cand date for j Cheyenne, who seconded the nomi- of this, the Firm Judicial (nation, was fully as laudatory li would seem thai lhe ir Harvey is a resident of Doug and opinions of the ablest and best las He came liere before naid town I lawyers in Cheyenne ought to be was platted Ho IB a splendid citi'lgiven full credence as against the ten, and has sided in every enter, jslanderoua falsehoods and vitupera. prise for tbe up-building of that town As a lawyer be stands at tbe head of the bar in central Wyoming, and as a jurist, postesmng a clear, bright, discerning legal mind, he his no superior in the stale of Wyoming Socially, morally and intellectually he has no euperurs As an orator and public speaker, or a parliamen- tarian and presiding officer, he has lew peeri. His ability is acknowl- edged, his integrity is unquestioned, and nis character has never been live inuendoeg of such irresponsible secial outcasts as Alex T Butler of the Casper who in a spirit of insane jealousy is trying to spit out t little spite and wreak a little ven. geaoce on Mr Harvev, simply be- cause the latter by good conduct and attention to business starred Butler out of Douiflaa and compelled him to leave Converse comity In this county, where he is so known, anytbiHg Butler may saj derogatory to Ulr, Harvey's assailed until that ghoulish fiend, i character or candidacy will srmply Alex T. Buller, aiumpted Ui traduce help him, but in other counties, it through the columns of the Casper where neither are generally known, Moil a few days since. the vile slanders Mid falsehoods may Now, what is the cause of all this' I do him great injury, and it 11 to Butler's motive9 VV bat I counteract aod neutralize the effecl Wbat does be expect to gain by ur' Ka- of the poison that tbe GRAPHIC ibus trona county is not in this judicial [devotes time and space Every district, so what does it concern Butler' statement, allegation, inuendo or insinuation that Butler has published We can tell you Harvey and [against Frederick H Harvey is a Butler located in Douglas at tbe I vindictive standeroui, damaa- same time Harvey attended strict ,ble falsehood, for corroboration of ly to bis own business Butler stuck which we refer to every respectable his noae into everybody's business man, woman or ibnd in Conven Harvev made a nost of Inendi county UulUrmade alionlol enemieb Har j Mr Harvev needs npillii i defense vey was admitted to thi. best societj, or enw roiums litre, as incur- who and was honored and tspected by know him bent like and respect bim all Butler tried to be a tin.born mowt Let no', the poisoned of seed wheat lo the fiEmern around 1 gambler, cousortcd with courujMui, of malignant clandfr hurled ilanvllle lanlactuallj lived in ope- adullerv bv atith a m rsl lei er ami irreligious Ibe statement is not true The! one oi tlie lowest piostHuten in lilxrnne aa Alex P Butler do bim V Joe tnrev, the flailing advo cue agjins b IMk facts are that said farmers needed! Douglas, got up in tbe muni and even umporarv poliiua.1 harm in any r, the siuiosphere everywhere be goes, WDeat and grain and did noilparaJed the mreeta in a stale of untv or an mm of tins district mporied a >ear ago, Nebraaku oow nave 10 buy u J A Sheffer, I nudity, Bull a big revolver in It is the dutv ol r. for George f Beck, our farmer candidate for congreas' Fight for Nat Baker' Give them hot shot1 Silas A Gulbne u a splendid man! for clerk' Vote for Fred Harvey tbe bright est young man ID the 3.ate of ming' Vote for Frank Merrill, one of Ibe best oowpunoners that ever straddled a broncho' Stand by Charley Clay, God bis honest old brart' Fight for him i f VVbo ever ssw or knew s man than Frank Cafley? Nobodv' Vote for him' rk for him punchers at ltt> per montn to cutout (j E, Header and other prominent! ban j, praiending ui hunt lira mnn and nsihli nti7t n to ains W yominK's punchers at a m 'nth I ul Mauville wlio he was too intimate to refutt the ba-t nbel iij n ibe iieilul man is Carey Jut Carey presented a sad picture tbe perfect embodiment of forlorn hope he n he sought seclusion of hi" room after being so complete ly perforated b> Holier, ins cow Of ifae muter in behalf of wuh hn concubine, an J conducted tue farmers sod called a public meet- himself in suui a disreputable and our a am] clisrsoier f bloM ami t highly g to disonss the situation It was I disgrace! ui manner itui np ft as nut i citizens, and a matter nf decided to purchase a uarload of seed only kicked out of aooietj, but actual j lion and simple Jnatice it n .loubly grain lu the east, ind hsrett shipped ly liad lo leave town lie yone tbe of each and every to Manvilie The railroad company months, but sndiienlf turned regardleM of psrij affiliations logo was to (or freight rates and] up in Casper ibiru beloro the I to tbe MPII and bov at opera house last' rangnanimously offered to transport i famt neciiun in the new comity of a vote for 11 Hsmv for Tbiirsdav He had nothing If11" free, which Nairoua, anoounuod himfclf a District Judge__________ and his ball down friends afterwards done icaudiuate ftir prosecULing altornej offered no lalion Mlnrr Poor man Elect him' Tske off >mir and I rlichardi aoid oui Lower La Prele snd slaughtered Brenning The I democrats BUI- them Hsm MoFsr A Few Krrorn t But where did Richards oume it' He ww nomuiaied, but overwhelm ,r nix r' ,n j ,rcy VA by, he was sent lor U) oome lolingl> defeated at tbe polln I hen nut on a j ,mi dehalinit fur lant Manvilie, and he went. He bad been he bought tbe Casper Mutl office, and sooke at Kvsn.ton Ureen bleeding tbe paople of Converse county for exorbitant and but that was sold from, him und.r Rwk mortgage less than s week ago but was to for funds to be has an old snd a little newn and Hawllns The joint debate as plsnnei the entire 'ill the dpmv" denied lhat it land the man of Iheir choice these fir men been furnished bun wonlin d t hsirmiin Hunter of order in do this the west end of the Wblt do ,oq h, uon, after tl i. ,ton, when I  m nmon hlvp hpen madp Vote for h'm' Inr him' Mrs Goodwin said In a walk-over fnr nt of jtinfr one mivke her election situ k 10 prop up for pnsi Bund b) ftirffen' Hhow the peo ion of aenstor to whuh he aspires pip of the pwl end that we of thr ago he did thing srp irup spd and thpre it nn changs in 8sm MtFarlani of lls'i bin line of baiHx Hu aspersions ont of for oommnmoner, and his deep beet h. would do was u, loan i. UuUer infl.c. on stmcUnl money to biy grain I fomt other npw community daiM alone -DtuoUu he would not take 1 >ow tha cinira-i llar.py The mir-emni 1'rele 10 i and solidly for for it, but deminded WM p, lhe i-dilor of the nf hn points nf ift and bin i solid rrtle' I concern st ibe influence of for Tnn Seymour! in' and lu editor In these parts, snd one of the whltMt aid best men snd perfectly willing be thonld con- (inne to stpeotoraM until after eleo- mine f mminl i hf or agree 1 signed by John A (J C I WM re elected s larjje rut, iowm rf Kvsnm n Ami r oM drawlngww fir cmt a nunla, ,lvornr) of t onvenw uoaniy The Header and Amipoker, and ,uil serving m offiual i{ M" k ind three genllemso, in not prime Mr did help tbelr neighbors out, kbslr individual notes for about 11 SO, and nated loi DM in then traili-d the grain out 10 the fi'meru, an4 that note, not quite Conxr. due, is in ttiohards'ttankin for drawing M trli raU nf 1 psr bis part WAH unaniraounly norni not cornc back to l hu dele alrptnr upoken at t gate fr >m the I ur ooantiei of Lars snd lender srev cent a nuitk, and thf j have got it If Mr rVtthardi tslMtitleil M any otedlt (or obarity 1 1 at kind of i truattjUAO Is cer ulnlf to tu fmtjft hsj credit f or 5 ttoath A C Ui of the br i rook and VN hnms by w Not enly ihtt, but i, nl acd best lawjviii in hni I..-PT he fttf to ointinne lhe jninl ibo all Wyoming, and who for four ihorefore Mr Bix yean was Scales tor'n proposition presenting Mr Harvey', name to Po! the Olenrook i tfrtfht' of mat to convention suted thai bs kns. ,nnuHh ,o ache whereof he when be said that h, WM hurt His name wwn't regarded Mr Hansy as the jCsrsy, however   

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