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November 1, 1900     The Saguache Crescent
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Treasurer, + ORSON ADAMS, Mesa. Auditor, JAMES S MURPHY, Teller. Attorney General, P43BERT YEAMAN, Trinidad. Superintendent Public Instruction, MRs. IONE T. HANNA, Denver. Regents of University, CHARLES R. DUDbEY, Denver. DR. PACKARD, Monte Vista. Presidential Electors, IRVING BOWBERT, El Paso. T. S. MoMURRAY, Arapahos. THOMAS F. WALSH, Ouray. SIMON GUGGENHEIM, Pueblo. District Judge, CHARLES C. HOLBROOK, Alamosa. District Attorney, JAMES D. PILCHER, Creeds. For Representative, WILLIAM J. KING. For Commissioner, they are giving on Brian wo,d.I indioat~ that MeKinley'.~ swollen is a walk ow, r. As high us 5 to I Ires been offer~l Remora er that the SUel,'ess of tile re- ptlblican state ticket would b,. aa much b~nefit, t(, the state as the discovery of another Cripply Creek. Vet*. to haw capital oom(~ int~) the etat~, IX) not vote to keep it away. The only way yon can do tiffs is to h~lp wtpe out, th,' fusion ideal and help ov rthrox the populist oe- topu~.-- Alsmosa Journal. It will be a pleasant change to have a governor who is not nming the patronage of sis office t,) aid him in g-trine into the United S)atlm senate Oondy uys he don'~ want to be senator, and if elect- ed governor Ilia sole aim and ambition will be to give the struts tile best and cleanest administratiou it has ever had. Fhat is the kind o[ a man to vote for. There seems to be s:,me misappreh~- sion regarding the .atwity of W.J. King, the republit.an candidate for representa- tive. It has come to our ears that some save stated that he is .of English birth. Thm ts a mistake. King is what might be termed a genuine Yankee. He was born in the city of Boston. Mass., in 1856 and com~ from a mighty g,~d family, to4. The idea that Bryan ,,',an oarry any kmd of an old t!uket lisa year in going to receive a set back next Tutmtay. Thousands of Bryan men--who will vote for him, too--are going to vote for Gondy and the republiaan state ticket be- oause they are tired of fusion adminis- tration. Goudy'e election will benefit Colorado fully as much aa the; di~movery of another gold camp like Cripple Creek. I!LI The fusion leaders were badly ratthut last week when J. A. Garcia, sheriff of Conejos county, came in on the stage with W. J. King, They immediately jumped to the conclusion that he had come here to electioneer. Mr. Garcia came on a business trip and his stay in the county was loss than 48 houm. The republican cau~ is not m such shape as to make it necessary to bring in speakers or workers from the outside. Sheriff Jones, of Arapahos o0unty, is evidently an honest man. He says that be has investigated the slit.fled roffistra. ties frauds in that county and hu ntis. fled himself that they have been parlm- trated in the interests of the fusion risk- Eureka (tire Your Horse a Chance I GEORGE W. MEANS. Next Tuesd~-y th~-+b-;ttloat the polio will be fought. We want to say a few words to the republicans of this county. The outlook, in the state is excellent With the muddle the fusion forces in Arapahos county find themselves in we exl:oct to car?y the county by agood safe majority. The national tinker is elected by fully as largo a majority as four years ago anal we want Saguache cou.ty to be in line with the state and uatiouM. To this end it behooves every repubhcan to go to the polls and vote. See t ) it that every repubhean vot~ i~ your pre+'.int is cut. Our t{cket--both state and coun- ty--is one you need not b~ ashamed to work for There are good reasons for supposing that the state of Colorado may pa~a into republican control early in 1901. Every- thing indicates this. The (hsoord and dimension in nearly every county in the state among the fusionists iedioat~ that a differeo~ almost equal to a confusion of tongues will rend the fusion move- ment from stem to gudeon. Compared with thm we find a united repubheau front which means a solid vote and prok- able victory. Along this line the repub- licans should not be too certain. The very strongest efforts should be put forth, and if, perchance, victory should coma to the fusion forces, there will b'| the satmfaction of knowing that nothing ham boon overlooked.--Pr~speotor. Who is shedding crocodile tears? It is not the republicans. As far as we can learn they are feeling pretty good, "thank you. Not over confident~working away for a splendid ticket--and feeling good natured about it. They are not slinging mud at any of their pohtical opponents. The fusionists have a monopoly on that. And they are throwing it mostly at Wol- colt. They can't use argument so they shout"raitorP' The people arc tired of fusion. We have remarked this be- fore--and the vote next Tuesday will show that we have the prophetic ~pirit, The suprem~-~ur~-~y a unanimous vote d~ided that Maloney'e ticket was the simon pure brand of democracy, and ordered the county clerk of Arapahos county to place it on the official ballot. This is a black eye for Thomas, Fatter- son+ SpOor, et el The court is now be- ing maligned by the News and Post, who intimat~ that the court has been influ- en0od by Woloott. The large tax payers of the county, who are interested in seeing the county's affaim conducted in an economical man- nat, will vote for Gee. W. Meant for by past fav.)rs or antieipated emolu- ments. We say this in all fairness to tho~e intertmte.i iu good govern men t : aud ask them, tm thinking people, to carefully consider the matter ere th~.y detflare themsel yes. The fusion ticket in Colorado has rov- er been a success-or a.ything o~ ~xhieh the citizens of the state--eHiz-.s who love the country uf their btri.h t te)L (10) and the west one-}nil (W ~) of l,+t, eh'+eli (11), sll In hhmk tweuty-one (ZI) in the toxx u ~f Saguache, which said deed ,)1( trust x~a~ m~de to ~cllre the paynlellt of their one tu()ll!i~s'If: note bearing even dale with said deed of trust, for the prli;eJpal sttm st six htludrcd ~/lt(I 00-1(~0 (~)000100) dollars payable to the Fidelily ,'-;av- Jngs Asso. lation, o i or before ten v:a~s alter date, with interest, pl'er~iums a~l(I It~u)th{y pay- laents at tim rate of e[CVCli it Id 60-1o0 (11 ~i ;-10t)) dollars pet' Inonth payable mal)thly ill' ~t(lv:~ll(:e on lhe last day of ea(~h and every h)outh which t~ld deed of trust also provides that said p~trUes shall pay the taxes on said premises proluptly as the same become title, an(l, pr(wi