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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 March 1898

THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 24, 1898. NO. 20. vouoa ills n i CAUiSE OF YELLOW FEVEfi IRVAN & You Are Cordially Invited To Attend Our . . rand faster Aillinery Opening,. . Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 31, April 1, and April 2, Very Respectfully, IRTTiLBX t Dry Corner First ami .Main JEef Try McCnil's Paper Patterns. 10c and l.'ic. nothing higher. Cuban Autonomy. Washington', March 20. Autonomy, it si'tuis, is to have further trial, if Uio pivsiilent listens to ike cabinet. Min ister I'olo appears to have won a re spite. For two hours yesterday the cabinet discussed the Cuhuu question as never before. The president brought forward the matter, and asked for the views of his advisers on the im mediate course of the administration. Details of what passed show that tha inclination of most of the president's advisers is to listen to the latest prop osition made by Si-nor Polo. This propositio...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 March 1898

Love may bo weakness, but it knows its business. . When j'ou find other people cross remember that you arc occasionally cross yourself. Many really clever and deserving people are unpopular because they try to make out that they amount to more than they really do. After a man has been married about bi months ho takes to carrying1 a little wad of string in his coat pocket and wears pins under the bottom edge of his vest. " A woman's real troubles never worry her half as much as the ones she gets p clubs about. Innocent Children Sacrificed. It is csit mated that one-fourth of the human race die before attaining their fifth birthday, owing to our changeable climate. And there are thousands of adults that stomch complaints are reducing to confirmed invalidism, whom Hostetter's Stomach Hitters would promptly relieve. Too many forget to be useful in try- ing to be consistent. . To Cure Constipation Forever. Take Cascarcts, Candy Cathurtic. 10e or 2Tc. If C C. C. fail to cure, drumtists re...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 March 1898

America's Greatest Medicine Si-eatest, Because in cases of Dyspep Bia it has a touch liko magic, which just hits the Bpot, brings relief to the sufferer, and gives tone and Btrength to the stomach as no . other medicine does. Could Not Eat without Pain. 41 For many year I have been a aufferei trom a severe case of dyspepsia. I could not eat without great pain in my stomach ind would be sick and vomit up what I did eat. One day I read of a case cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. I told my hus band I believed this medicine would help me. He went right way and got a bot tle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. I took four bottles and I was cured." ME8. AUJtS Btiverb, Makanda, Illinois. ( HOOCl'S parla Is America's Greatest Medicine, tl i six for $5. Sold by all drugglita. Get only Hood's. u ji rsil are the best after-dinner MOOa S I'll IS puis, aid digestion. 25a. If Indian squaws were civilized they would keep pictures of men thrown "... HI. ...OTf- arouna ineir rooms wiw uimja r..v ten on the back ins...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 March 1898

Tbutcbtnson feetfe. Intered t the ponofflce iu Hutchinson, Kansas, a second olata matter. E.G. NETTLETON k CO. Proprietor. ClRHS Or dCBSCaiPTIOK, LOO MB TlA C. . SIDLINGKR, Tlie IDr-uggist Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS TRICT CONVENTION A convention of the people's prty of the Seventh congressional district is hereby called to meet at Hutchinson Kansas, on Thursday, May 19th at ten o'clock a. m. for the purpose of nom inating a candidate for Congress. The basis of representaiion in said con vention shall be two delegates at large tor each county in the district and one delegate foi every 200 votes or major fraction thereof cast for the Hon Jerry Simpson for Congress in 1896, no county to nave less toan three del egates. Under this apportionment the coun ties are entitled to delegates as follows: Barber 8 McPherson 14 Barton 10 Monde 8 Klark . 3 Morton II Ommohe 3 Ness & Edwards 4 Pawnee 8 Finney 4 Pratt 8 Voril 5 Reno 17 limit S...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 March 1898

TJRJ W. MAtiCIRB. SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Oli Scientifically Adjnuted. Offlo In M onlo Temple, liaU.-hlnMn, Kma. ' I.OCAU AMD rEltAOHAL. The new Mldlaud hotel opened up for buainfsa Tuesday. Jonas Holmes, of Langdon, was in tbe city Monday and Tuesday. W. VV. Weaver asks for divorce from hii wife on chaw of abandon ment. Dora Reed wishes a legal separation from her husband, Ernest Reed ou t'. e ground of abandonment. Congressman Jerry 8mpsti u m fc cured an increase of peusiou forCou: rado W. H.omith of Langdon. Mr. H. H. Irwin, one of tbe old set tlers of Nicfeerson, d ief Saturday night. He was nearly eighty years of age. Mr. George Coff man formerly of this county, came down from Speareville Monday and was a caller at this office. Frank U. Sparks has applied for a petition of divorce from bis wife Eva on ground of cruelty and neglect. Mr. Sparks is employed in tbe Santa Fe yards. The city council Monday night ap pointed a committee to confer with Mes...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 March 1898

THE GAZETTE ft. . NITTUrroN m CO . . MrrTLMr-JN, tulro HUTCHINSON r.ANHAt KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. f Pratt sports held a cocking main the other day. ' Newton Is after better parks and better sewer system. Stalk cutting and oats sowing has commenced in Jewell county. Cimarron has a woman for Mayor, a Woman for postmistress, and a woman tor superintendent of public instruc tion. I If a Kansan feels his sympathy for the Cubans weakening, let him take up a good history and read about Val ley Forge. The Ft. Riley troops which were sent to southern points took all their be longings and their families. The move la permanent. ; The Kansans who expect to play Joker on the coat tails of the Spanish In the first battle, will be disappoint ad. The Spanish coat has no tail, i At the Cross cattle sale in Lyon coun ty last week, one animal sold for $3,000. This is said to have been the highest price paid at public auction for a Here ford. j Coffeyville will have a straw paper factory. A charter h...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 March 1898

lacsuS INTERNATIONAL PHISS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XX. (Continued.) "Oh, weeding and toddling about picking up stones and and doing odd Jobs generally," answered David, who was beginning to get rather uncom fortable under the fire of her truthful eyes and the terrible directness of her questions. "In fact, you have made Isaac under ling, laborer, slavey to your grand new gardener, is that it?" she cried. "Oh, come now," he began, but Dor othy stood still in the road and con fronted him angrily. "Is it so or not?" she asked. "Well, something like that," he ad mitted, unwillingly. "Is It absolutely so or not?" Dorothy asked again. "Well, I'm afraid it is," said David, with a great air of making a clean ' breast of the whole matter. "You see, Dorothy, the old fellow never was much of a hand at gardening " "He was good enough for us," sighed Dorothy, in heart broken voice. "Yes; but Indeed he really was past his work, or I should never have thoBght of displacing him. And if it hadn't been ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 24 March 1898

RAILROAD TIME TABLES. "I I i'j K.I ' .' WESTWABU. California Ex California Llm Colorado & Utah Ex.... Mixed Mexico 4 California E FroiKh i "Sunday Only' Freight Wbt freight Way Frelifhl ARHIVKS.I (.EAVES ti :30 pm! H :55 pm .Vfic urn M pni H:l.'. am 4 OS pm 0:40 pin 6:13 pm 8:V0um 4:45 pm 5:0ti am BASTWAKD. Atlantic E. hleajro Llm Kuiip. ( '. Jt Chicago Kx hails ('. A I'liieatfo Ex Fn-ivlit V. av F.eurht. Wav Kr-lglit IMixVd NO, AHHIVKg. 4 I ; n ! : H I . 74 :n In; 13 am 3 : IA pm; .VWI pm' s;lii i i LEAVK8. U:v!5 -m 12:15 pm 1 ' : ; ! 5 am !):1.' pill H:'B pm ft (n am k.-ii) pm Farmers' Correspondsnce. SOUTH RCHO 1TEMN. HUTCIIIN.SO.X DRANI H ho. 1, California Ex. Leaver 2, AtlaiitiK Ks. arnvis H, ( 'aMornla Lira, lean , hiuBiNi Lim arrive. 8, Kansas City & I'lma-n f.X. ur . . 17, Mexico A: Uallf . E- leave- :, Freight, arrives 841, Accouimo'lulinii, leaver Mi, Acniinmodation. arrive... . :40m ii pni ,."x oin :lli pin :'fl pm :N) pm pin in :iI pm Except Sunday. . Nob 8 aud 4...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 March 1898

tr tt 1I t THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1898. NO. 30. VOLJ8. srr TT tr o FuD Text of the Report of Maine Board of Inquiry. 'Si HAT CAUSED THE EXPLOSION Tim Hoard Find it ua ( aled .. .by I'loullug Uliie. Heionxi i, blllij lor lliu UlNuwtvr 1 Not iu. a. Washington, .MjjivJi 29. The fol lowing is the full tel of the report of t.lie court of 'iKjiiirjc; I'uitcd .States .shiji Iowa, i'imt Kate, Kev Vust, Kla., .Monday, March 21, ..88. After, full antJ mature consid i ration of u II the testimony before it, the court finds ax follows: 1. 'liial the I nited State battle ship .Maine arrived in .the harbor of Havana, Cuba, ujion the twenty-fifth day or January. 1S98, and was taken tM buoy .No. 4. Jji from five and a half to six fathoms of watur, by the regular rnvemnieiit pilot. The I'hited States consul general at Havana hail notified the authorities at that plm-p the previous evening of t.ic intended...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 March 1898

The men go to church to pleane the women, the women go to church to please the preacher and the preacher goes to church to please the Lord. , The Modern Generation of Men. ' Physically men are better to-day than ever. Our college youth are, as a gen eral thing, magnificent specimens. The constitutionally weak and nervous can greatly increase their strength and re store the nervous system by the effi cient aid of Hostetter's Stomach Lit ters, which also removes dyspeptic and bilious trouble. You can't temper criticism of your partner's whist playing enough to keep it from hurting. To Care Constipation Forever. Take Cascarcts, Candy Cathartic 10c or 23c. If 0. C. C. fall ti cure, druggists refund money. . If fish is good brain food it seems a pity in some cases to waste so much fish. Stati or Ohio. Citt of Tolkdo, I Lucas Courtv, f Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the Brin of V. 3. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and State afor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 March 1898

QFDOll These two words emphasize a neces sity and indicate a remedy. Spbikg the season when the blood is most impure as a result of the win ter's closer coufiinement, higher liv ing, slower action of the kidneys and liver; when humors of all kinds, boils, pimples and eruptions are most liable to appear; when the weak, languid condition of the whole bodily structure demands and wel comes help. Medicine that to which the millions turn at this season Hood's Sarsapa rilla. The original and only prep aration especially adapted to the present needs of the human family; that which makes the blood pure and clean, as shown by its thousands of wonderful cures of dreadful blood diseases; creates an appetite and cures dyspepsia, as shown by its "magio touch" in all stomach trou bles; steadies and strengthens the uerves, as proved by people for merly nervous, now calm and self possessed, thanks to V J L America's Greatest Medicine, "The man who trusts another edu cates him," says a writer. If he...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 March 1898

Iftutcbtnson flfoette. Jntered t the poctofflce In Huioumeon, Kansas, an second olass matter. E.6. HETTLETON CO. Proprietor. &1RMS Of 4CBIORIPTION, 41.00 MB YsU C. . SIDLINGKR, Tlio Druggist Prescriptions a Specialty. 3orth Main Street Hutchinson SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS TRICT CONVENTION A convention of the people's party of the Seventh congressional district Is hereby called to meet at Hutchinson Kansas, on Thursday, May liltb at ten o'clock a. m. for the purpose of nom inating a candidate for Congress. The basis of representation in said con vention shall be two delegates at large for each county in the district and one delegate foi every 200 votes or major fraction thereof cast for the Hon Jerry Simpson for Congress in 18!X, no county to have less tuan three del egates. Under this apportionment the conn ties are entitled to delegates as follows Barber 6 McPIhtsou 14 Barton 10 Memlf S Clark :i Pom inclie 3 Morton 3 Ness Pawnee Pratt Rono Ulce Knob Scott Edwards 4 Pmney 4 ForU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 March 1898

J)R.J. W. MAttCIKB, SPECIALIST, .n Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anJ Tliroat. Glastet Scientifically Adjusted. Offloe In Ma louic Temple, Hutc-tilntoii, KauiM. LOCAL AND PEKAONAL. Superintendent Case of the Reform atory, was sick tne latter part of the -week. The Second Regiment bond will give the first concert of this season tonight, Thursday. Mr. Porterfleld of Meade county, a cattle dealer, was in the city Tuesday looking up cattle. It is getting about time for spring purchases. Read our advertisements and patronize our advertisers. The St. John Trust Company sold sixty-eight head of cattle to S. R Shupe of Clark county this wee". The reformatory board has been in session this week allowing bills and transacting its regular routine busi ness. Sam Hill from Haven township, was hauling lumber to his place the fore part of the week to build a summer kitchen. Dr. Giles Blazedell ins located at Haven . Mr. Blazedell was in this city purchasing furniture and carpets for his new ofiice. II...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 March 1898

THE GAZETTE. K. U, NBTTLIETON CO. I. . imrutrMi sonon. HDTCHINSON. KANSAS What we need now ia a war barom eter. The stock ticker is no good. It looks a good deal as if China would get into trouble, no matter what she does. The Kaiser's papers talk freely bout American impudence. Hah! Is there a worm in that, too? With $50,000,000 within reach Presi dent McKInley will no doubt be able to keep the Spanish wolf from his door. In this great and glorious land of the free you always have to pay for the drinks in order to get a whack at the free lunch. Pity the St. Louis man who says he eat three days Just outside the gates of heaven, and then was compelled to return home again. It is alleged that the new leader of the Marine Band is as great a con ductor as Sousa. That's a good story for the marines. A Chicago paper says there is need of reform in the marriage laws. It Judiciously refrains from saying any Jhing about the divorce laws. "Let's pen up the jackasses awhile In the back lot," r...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 March 1898

IB ADDRESS FROM M'KINLEY ON MAINE REPORT, "WAS A MISSION OF PEACE. The Battleship Was gent to Havana t Cement the Friendship of Spain and America The President Trusts That the Queen Resent'! , Janice Will Causa Proper Action. Wasjiingtox, March 29. The Pres ident to-day sent the following mes sage to Congress: "To the Congress of the United States: "For some time prior to the visit of the Maine to Havana harbor onr consular rep resentatives pointed out the advantages to flow from the visit of national ships to the Cuban wati" -s In accustoming the people to thj presence of our flag as the symbol of good will and of our ships In the fulfillment of the mission of protection to American Interests, even though no immediate need therefor might exist. "Accordingly on the 24th of January last, after conference with the Spanish minister In which the renewal of visits of ur war vessels to Spanish waters was discussed and accepted, tha peninsular authorities' -at Midrld and Havana were advise...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 31 March 1898

RAILROAD TIME TABLES. lili WESTWARD. CaWrbrola Ex California I.lm Colorado Utah Ex... Mixed Mexico & California F.. Freight "Sunday Only' Freight Wav Freight Way Freiuhl AHIUVKS. BiKOpm H :55 pin 5:55 ltn Mill ami H:4.'ipm S :ir. am 4 05 inn j 6:40 pin :IS pm 8:V0 illll IH 'i pm 5-.rn hiii EAHTWAHU. Atlantic E hlcago l.im Kaiif. ('. & I liii"fr I' Katis. ('. & Cnicairo Ex Jifht a I'm if1 t. VVvlrcighl'..., Mixed Ml. AII1I1VK8.I .HAVES. 1 1 :-'.") urn I 12:l.i pm It'Sliinui; W:Xt am 0:1ft iu 3:i:im 3:R pill I,: lo am f::i pin :! prin 8:1" pm IIU'l CIII.S: K'tYMH. liiirrTaliiiii iiiii hi. I.i-a'w - (:4 pm J, Atluiitic Ex. arrive H:-j" Pl II, California I.lm. li lives Jl.of !' I ( hk'iiiro l.im uriiv l-'ildpni a' Kansas t'itv .V fhteapi Kx. tir . . :' pm 17', Me.viro A Vulii. Ex. U iivtf pin IK), Kirnlit. arrives '' P'" 8-11. Accommodation, leave it: '.'J' am M2, AcN-iiliililiiiUlllolljarri v-. j ""' l'"J Except Hiinilny. Nos !l and 4 will run Sunday, Tuesday ami Thursday. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 April 1898

4 KKKHAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 7, 1898. NO. 31. v ( )L. 8. PREPARED FOR WAR. Tlua resident's Message Is Ready for Tranemissic n to Congress. IiTTLii BODY WILL ACT PROMPTLY. M. Declaration of Intervention Certain to iieault ThU Jlcium War-Amer-louas tu Leave Cuba I Immediately. Kansas City, April 5. A special ifi the 6iur filed in Washington at 8:39 a., in. is as follows: The President's message to Con gress is signed, sealed and ready for delivery to Congress. It cuiikl be transmitted to-day, bat for the reason that, before it ia offi cially niude public, Consul General Lee and all Americans must be out of Cuba to save their lives. Unless Spain absolutely yields, on every point between now and noon to-morrow the message will be fol lowed by intervention, and tnia means war. The President makes no recommen Nation to Congress, but there is no i'iistukng the strong, vigorous and American terms which he empl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 April 1898

THE GAZETTE. b. . Kmurrow ca m. a. MTTuroa, sutxoa. HUTCHINSON. KANSAS KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Kansas was visited by a hard and soaking rain Sunday. Effingham claims to send more good horses to eastern markets than any town in the state. J. C. Turner's store at Sterling was; entered Thursday night, and a few dol lars' worth of cutlery taken. ' It is estimated that there are about 4,000 insane persons in Kansas in the state asylums and county institutions.! i Nothing so riles a Kansas man who wants to get excited as to tell him that (he will have to wait until day after to morrow. Brewster E. Kies has sold his horse Merrick Dyer, who is a full brother to John R. Gentry, to Joel Haws, of Mag nolia, 111. The bondsmen of Paddy Shea have consented to the release of Slattery from the bond, and Shea has been given his freedom. 1 No wonder our little boys gladly plunge into the blood and sweat of war, when all we offer them at home is a course in vertical hand-writing. The U. S. senate ha...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 April 1898

1, 4. . . i Easter LUlei Fading. See! those Easter lilies laid On the cross begin to fade. If the one who bore them hither r Had a faith that will not wither; ' If he hath within his bosom Love to God and man In blossom, Tho' his dearest hopes decay, Health and riches pass away, Unseen crosses he can dress And give life Easter cheerfulness. Fletcher Bates. "Young ladies," began Miss Sanders. Several of the younger girls always jiggled when their Sunday school teacher began that way. Partly be cause the humor of being called "young ladles" struck them; partly be cause they were pleased by the com pliment; partly because they were young and couldn't help it. Miss Sanders went on to explain to the "young ladles" that the church would be decorated next Saturday for the Easter celebration, and that if each yupll brought a pot of lilies the class would be well represented. "I have a lovely pot of lilies at home, Miss Sanders," said Esther Shaw, eagerly, when the class was dis missed. "It ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 7 April 1898

Ibutcbtnson Cfoette. Entered t the poetofflce In Hutchinson, Emm, M second class matter. i E.8. NETTLETON a CO. Proprietor. TaBMS or dUBHBimoir, 1.00 fb Ya C. E. SIDLINGKR, Prescriptions a Specialty. North Main Street Hutchinson SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS TRICT CONVENTION A convention of (he people's part; of tbe Seventh congressional district Is hereby called to meet at Hutchinson Kansas, on Thursday, May 19th at ten o'clook a. m. for the purpose of nom inatinur a candidate for Congress. Tbe basis of representation in said con vention shall be two delegates at large for each county in tbe district and one delegate foi every 200 votes or major fraction thereof cast for the Hon. Jerry Simpson for Congress in 1896, no county to have less taan three del egates. Under this apportionment the coun ties are entitled to delegates as follows: Barber 6 MoPhergon 14 Barton 10 Mead 8 Clark . 3 Com inohe 8 Edwards 4 Finney 4 Ford 5 Grant 8 Gray 8 Greeley 8 Hamilton 8 Harper 8 Harvey 10 Haskell Ho...

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