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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 December 1895

nut THE OFFICIAL, ORG AN OF THE PKOPLE'S PABTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, DEO. 5, ISJ5 NO. 14. VOL. 6. r j$ ji jI - . 2 Special Cloak Values AT HQ CaPES. At $4.5l S4.50. Ladies' Beaver Cloth Double Cape 80 inches Ions?, very full sweep upper and lower capes nd collar trimmed with 3 rows of serpentine braid fks tened with straps of material, extra good value for f 4 SO. At $5.00. At $5.00 Your choice of 185 Ladies' jackets made of lieHver, IJoucle, Kersey and AstraKhan in Navy, Brown and Black Mandolin and Wa'.ermelon sleeves. Rulur $10 00 jiickets. Warm Foot Wear. At $1.85 pair. Ladies' high Button arctics genuine Jersey tops, wool lined, very warm. At $1.10 pair. ilen's heavy buckle arctic jersey top red wool ined,corriiatd rubber soles, the best for wear and warmth in the market At $1.10 pair. Ladies' high cut atom Alaska black wool lined Dne jersey uppers. MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, Kansas Henry S. Zinn THE Jeweler and Optician, 5 Can sel...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 December 1895

UD IS AGGRESSIVE. MEITEA GUARDSHI? MAT FORCE ITS PASSAGE SATURDAY. TO PROTECT ITS EMBASSY. Blr Philip Currle Said to Hare Warned the Sultan That Ha Hut Ixue the Firman or Suffer the Conse quences The Porte la Hour ly Fear of Deposition by the Powers. Loxdok, ,Deo. 4. From Couatanti nople came the report this afternoon that after the meeting of the ambas sadors, Sir Philip Carrie, the British ambassador, is aaid to have notified the Turkish government that if the firmans asked for -for extra guard ships were not granted by Saturday a British gunboat would be sent through the straits of the Dardanelles without the Sultan's permission to act as an extra guardship iu the Bosphorus for the protection of the British embassy. '. The Standard s Vienna correspond ent telegraphs that he learns from a trustworthy source in Constantinople that the Sultan is in hourly fear of deposition. Ilia courtiers warn him that the powers have decided upon this action and that they want the second guardship...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 December 1895

Talmage in Washington CUD. Interested In Maw Tork Affairs even Hundred Thousand Dollar far Cuarltlea What Ha Thlnka at tjertala Book Everybody knows that the Illustrious divine, who made the Brooklyn Taber nacle famous throughout the world, has recently been called to a pastorate in Washington. His church Is the First Presbyterian church of that city, and while in former years a very prom inent Insti tution, it latterly had been favored with but ! small audi ences, com posed prin cipally of men and women who r emained loyal to the old church even though now surrounded largely by business houses. A marvelous change, however, has suddenly come over this time-honored landmark, and to-day the First Presbyterian church of Washing ton, owing to the wondrous eloquence of its newly Installed pastor, Js every. Sun day besieged by multitudes, many of whom stand there frequently hours In advance of the opening of the service in hopes of being able to wedge their way in somehow or other, and to...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 December 1895

Ibutcbfnson Gwtte. Intend at the postoffloe in Hutchinson, Kmmi, as second class matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. TKMS Of ifJBaCHIPTION, $1.00 perYiar C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty. Horth Main street Hutchinson THE MEMHAQR. We present to our readers tlie full measiiue of President Cleveland to congress which met lust Monday There is nothing remarkable about i His views on the financial questions are simply a rehash of what Joh Sherman and the republican party general promulgated years His recommendations for further privileges to be given national bunks and a retirement of the greenbacks ari along tlie line laid down by the Haiti more meeting of bankers held some months ago, of which association eeven-tentlis are republicans. The whole financial question, In fact as covered by the president reads very much like a Topeka Capital editorial and no doubt a banking currency law will Ve enacted by congress along the lines laid down, as his views coincide ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 December 1895

The fc DffKffOODSCO. . jn'.'ii,n.BW!!e:.j-3i HUTCHISON, KANSAS. .POINTER NO. 207. We are selling at cost to clear out the present stock before January, 1st, '96. . A Great Many 'People oa Saturday last, th3 .first day of our sale, could not get tho at tention we would like to have given, and they were entitled to re ceive, but we could not prevent the crowds Irom coming, and, no wonder such a Slaughter of (INNOCENT) Prices. All of our Late Fall Purchases at actual Paster Cost, and any thing carried over from Xast Spring at your -Own Price. -Cost Price on Cloaks, Millinery, Linens, Underwear Hosiery, And Notions. Come early it will both be more pleasant and more profitable for you. We have contriv ed to double our floor space-we have increaed our already large farce -of salespeople, and we are doing everything on our part to insure your comfort during the great rush. During this, Sale we will make no Exchages, -or cut Samples. (Signed tbe LEADER Dry Goods Co. J. D. WIENER, J. A. MILN...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 December 1895

THE HUTCHiaSCa GAZETTE THE CAZETTE P08LISHIKB AND PBIHTIMO CO tarn A. Huttow, President. b. . roT, Seo'jr Treat. IUTCHIXS3X, KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Liberal ! becoming noted as a health resort. The Learenworth coal miners won their strike. Dell Valentine sounds a warning to men against the typewriter girl. Stockmen are paying twenty-three cents for corn in Chautauqua county. Fourteen extra fine spring pigs, raised in Chautauqua county this year weighed 4,280 pounds. A Leavenworth firm furnished 400 turkeys for the old vetarans at the Soldiers home for Thanksgiving. Stafford county farmers have discov ered that a profitable crop for them is celery. Southern Kansas is liable to lose its reputation as a summer resort, in No vember. The lost Albert Griffin has been found in Philadelphia, writing a book on finance. Finney county farmers are paying their taxes promptly. Irrigation did the business An amateur opera show is the cli max to the recent sensational events at Ft Scott Oysters ...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 December 1895

NOT DEAD, CUT VERY SICK. GROVER A HYPOCRITE American Steam Laundry. flUTT0I & OSWALD, Proprietors. Telephone io"J, West Sherman Street HUTCHISON, - - KANSAS. PUBLICLY ADVERTISES HIS HY POCRISY AT ATLANTA. Not On Fablte Act or the President Hu Been Coneplcaoue As Tending Toward Promoting the Genera! Wel fare Wholly a Servant ot Monopoly. ; 'eS; - his speech at Atlanta. Ga.: "We shall walk In the path of pa triotic duty if, remembering that our free institutions were established to promote the general welfare, we strive for those things which benefit all our people and each of us is content to re ceive from a common fund his share of ;the prosperity thus contributed. We shall miss our duty and forfeit our heri tage If, in narrow selfishness, we are heedless of the general welfare and struggle to wrest from the government private advantages which can only be gained at the expense of our fellow countrymen." The sentiment contained iu the above is good, very good, but Mr. Cleveland h...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 5 December 1895

t Thanksgiving. The editor ami wife bad the plena ire of eating turkey with Mr. ami Mis. JJitiDO Mantete, Mrs. Hunter tid Kev. Falconer, 'of tbe UnlversaVk church, Htthe Mirotole residence on weBt 7th. Iton'tqwees. but go wd see wit 8 dollwr vil buy yom t Goldberg, ckwiDffsale. Keeps All Wind. J. (P. Wass sella ell kinds of Coal, liO Way and Flout nd Feed, at 321 .North Main street Clean Co! and rooppt delivery. A share of fctruiere trde solicited. (Telephone 130. The cleaning up part of Ooldburg's dosing sale is now going on. Wstfota For It. The Fair is again to be headquar ters for Chriatmus goods, Doth useful and ornamental. Its manager, Mr. Schlaudt has made arrangents to an nounce some j?0!ie raanyettnctions i ihe next issue of the Gmettk. How about that new suit? You can save J5.00 on it if you buy it ot Mr, Golcburg before ho leaves town. A Happy Mnrrlage- - "utfeh lit I. S - ' '" i- ' 'I W. Coottr atdidiant foucty t.e4.-urer ware united in tbe holj bonds of wedlock at the re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 December 1895

J " " THE OFFICIAL OHOAN OF THE PEOPLE'8 PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. V0L 6 r " HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, THURSDAY NOON, DEO. 12, 1895 NO.lo. g" ... 1 i , . i Special Inducement This Week 10 Per Dent. OFF a!! CL0AL8 and MILLINERY AT 110 percent off CLOAKS. Ladies' Jackets, Misses Jackets. Children's Jackets, Ladies' Cloth Capes, Ladies' Plush Capes, 10 per cent off all CLOAKS. 110per cent off MILLINERY. Trimmed Millinery, iUntrimmed Mllinery, Millinery Trimmings. 1 0 per centoff all MILLINERY. J?or;Sniis Week Only. .P. RSARTIN MERCHANTS, Hutchinson, Henry S. Zinn TH B Jeweler ami Optician, frives vou a rew prices which he cai'Js special attention: A fine berry spoon for .JE 1.50 to $2 00 125 Cream spoons for A nice sugar shell, 75to 1.00 A gravy ladle foe 1.40 Aa olive or pickie fork... 90 1'iekle costor f or. 130 to 4 00 A tine set of tensBJons 2.00 JJutter Knife 0to 1.00 These are all first class plated goods. You will find ihis stock of goods one of the best in Hutchin s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 December 1895

TEE PTCUHJSOa GAZETTE mi CAHTTE WflllSflmO AND PIIMTIRQ CO Lu A. Bimoa, H. . JToana, President i'yTm HUTGHiaSSS. ; : UK US. KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Chautauqua comity ships horses to Eochestet New York. draft The Topeka Mail prints an elegant likeness of Bob Kepley s dimple. Coffeyville is planting trees in its cemetery at a cost of ten cents apiece. Charlie deed will be one of the Santa Fe directors in the reorganiza tion. Flattering reports come up from western Kansas concerning the wheat crop. Twenty-six car loads of grain and stock were shipped from Goffs last week. Mr. Woodburn married Miss Tinder, In Coffey ville. This ought to make parks. A Sedgwick county produce compa ny is shipping poultry to Manchester, England. Charley Sheldon has bought a coal mine at Burlingame and will crowd it this winter. ' A lady in Rush county lost .twenty eight turkeys from eating common or dinary honey bees. AlvinJoslin and bis diamonds arc working the Kansas towns along the Oklahoma border. Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 December 1895

A VOICE OF WARNING. American Steam Laundry. HUTTOU & OSWALD Proprietors. AN ENGLISH WRITER MAKe4 SOME OBSERVATIONS. Aad Chief Joatle. Brown Says tha Bribery and Corruption Are So dear oral aa to Threaten the Very Strnetnre of Society. Telephona io7, West Sherman Street A NEW ACQUISITION. ' iTrom National BlmeUnist) i r HUTCHISON, T. J. Wolfersberger, AUCTIONEER (Successor to I. Wolfersberger) Make speaialty of country sal Speaks both German and EnglUVv Prices to suit the times. Fesldeno. No, 750 Avenue E. Cull at Gazette J Qce or Vincents store. . . The Oldest Wholesale Whisky Ho in Kansas City. Standard Lipr Company, OLIVER & BRYAN, Established by R. S. Patterson 1881 814 Broadway. Kansas City, M r.ntnnk flnnntnn. SI. 89. 11.00. S3. 50. II. OB 4 DO, i,00 "par Kftllon. Prnn. or U, Rye. 12.00, B3.00, t00. prr gallon. Brandlos, Wines, Gin. lummel, ilcoDol.Bni T.rros: Cash with order, wo exir on!, r. O. B., Sanaa City, Mo. Sand for Catal.f. a and rrlc. List. SOLID throusji TRJI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 December 1895

Ifoutcbinson (5a3Ctte. I jtered at' the postofflee in Hatoulnson, lutM, s second olue matter. HORACE S. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. Trms or Subscription, 11.00 per Yeah C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie Druggist Inscriptions a Specialty. Jt orth Main street Hutchinson VVk hope our democratic exchanges which all along predicted that populist senators would help tlie g. o. p. organ ize the senate, will uj caadid enough to admit that they were mistaken. Senatoiss Jones and Stewart see a to be out of the republican party to stay. The republicans only lacked one . vote of having a majority aud these two gentlemen cast their votes with the populists. Tub national bank at Pratt has de cided to quit business. When banks which gets their money to loan from the government at oue per cent and from the depositors for nothing have to throw up the sponge, what can be expected to become of business men and farmers who have to pay the banks a high rate of interest? Will some gold bug organ of the county please answ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 December 1895

ft f ORYaClODS CO. 'n''ii,'iijffi'iwT;'JL.HiJ' nUTCIIISON, KANSAS. POINTER NO. 207. We are selling at cost to clear out the present stock before January, 1st, '96. k Great i er.y Peple on Saturday last, the first day of our sale, could not get the at tention we would like have given, and they -were entitled to re ceive, but we could not prevent the crowds from coming, and, no ponder such a SlaughterQf (INNOCENT) Prices. Ml of our Late Fall Purchases at actual Paster Cost, and any thing carried over from Xast Spring at your Own Price, Cost Price on Cloaks, Millinery, Linens, Underwear Hosiery, And Notions. Come early it will Ijothbe more pleasant and more profitable for you. We have contriv ed to double our floor space -we have increaed our already large farce )f salespeople, and we sire doing everything -on our part to insure your comfort during the great rush. During this Sale we viill mate no Exchages, or cut Samples. (Signed the LEADER Dry Goods Co. Or l D. WIENER, J. A. MILNE Ma...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 December 1895

ANOTHER BOND ISSUE. THE GOLD SITUATION AGAIN CRITICAL. Coagresi Most Do Something la the Hw Fatnre or the Administration WUI Be rweed to Replenish the Reserve In the Old Manner Dob Cameron Retiree, Washington, Dec. 10. The present condition of the foreign exchange market, and the commercial situation generally, it is said on the best an thority, point unmistakably to further large withdrawals of gold, and unless something shall be done by congress to prevent the usual heavy exports during January and iebruary, wnicn, during the last two years, have forced issues of bonds to recoup the depleted gold reserve, a similar situation will confront the treasury before the next year is far advanced. The available cash balance in the treasury to-day, including the reserve, is approximately 8175,500,000, as the government has realized from its three bond issues about 8122,000,000, it ap that but for these issues the govern ment would be without one dollar in the treasury, and, in addition, wou...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 December 1895

3 A Hotorra's Ufa. FULL OP HARDSHIPS. EXPOSURB aND CONSTANT DANGER, Cha Orul Strata Han't Hatas , fatalent la Itself to TTiwk Him la Short Tims. The Experience of a W ell-Knowa Motormaa. From (ha Cincinnati, Ohio, Enquirer. The lifsof a motormaa is not a bod of roses. He Is subjected to many hardships especially in the winter when he is exposed to the cold and snow. Even in the summer he must bear the intense heat which beats down upon him. Considerable nerre and elf-possession Is necessary in a rood motor man, tor the lives aud limbs of bis passen gers are at stake. One of the best Known electric motor-men U this city is 'William Frazer, who is at present running a car on the Cummlusville electric line. He is not only well known to his fellow employes but te the people who travel on his car. I. Frazer is a young man about twenty-six . years of age and resides with his wife and child at 144 Betts Street, Cincinnati, O. About a year ago Mr. Fraier was taken with serious stomach troub...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 12 December 1895

r . Will Her. The Central Kansas Farmer Insti tute will meet Lere on Feb. Oth and 7tu K. T. Ball. The second K.T. Ball will be given at the Masonic Temple New Year's evening. Keepa All Kind. j. f. Wass sella all kinds of Coal. ah-o Hay and Flaur and Feed, at 321 North Main atieel. Clean Coal and l-rompt delivery. A share of farmere trade solicited. -Telephone 136. 4 Commencing Den. 14th. you can have your choice of any suit of clothes in I. Goldberg's store for only j q qq BurneU Dawn. The home of Jo'hn F. Vincent three miles southeast of this city was burned to the ground on Monday eveniug. The loss is estimated at $3,000 Mr. Vincent will move his family to the city and reside here during the winter and in the spiing will rebuild. More watches and diamonds will be on display at the opening at Mautele & Menkens Dec. 20 and 21st than ever teen in one store at one time before in . - Mitt. Huito 'I harp It) ni Miss. Ruth, daughter of Mr. and m 7.nnTiarD. was buried ai Part ridge la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 December 1895

t TT TT B 1 ' J THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY AND FARMERS' ALLIANCE OF RENO COUNTY. VOL. 6. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS THURSDAY NOON. DEO. 19, 1895 N0 16 i i i Special Inducement This Week 3s 0 JPoi OFF all CL0AL8 and MILLINERY Gent. AT 10 percent off CLOAKS. Ladies' Jackets, Misses Jackets. Children's Jackets, Ladies' Cloth Gapes, Ladies' Plush Capes, 10 10 per cent off MILLINERY. Trimmed Millinery, Untrimmed Mllinery, Millinery Trimmings. EMINENT OPINIONS. The Chicago Record Publishes Com ments on the Message. WHAT THE GOVERNORS SAY. Hutchinson, - Expressions of Opinion Clven by Some Sen ator anil Mepreiientativea A Gen eral Feeling In Favor of Uphold. Ins; the Monroe Doctrine. Chicago, Dec. 18. The llecord pub lished this morning the following mes sages from governors in regard to the president's message: Atlanta. Ga The president'! message Is a correct interpretation of the Monroe doctrine, ana the Venezuelan question furnishes a case which culls for Its enforcement The poopl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 December 1895

GRE EN BACKS MUST GO. BURDEN OF SECRETARY CARLISLE'S REPORT. Nothing EU He Says, Will I'ot the Coon try on m Sound Flniim lrtl Ilasls De ficit of Nearly 4. '1,000,000 for the Past Fiscal Yeur Hrnuch National Banks. Washing ton", Dec. IT. Secretary Carlisle's annual report on the state of finances was sent tot'ongress yesterday. It nhows that the revenues of tho gov ernment from ull sources during tho livst fiscal year amounted to 53110,373,- ; 20,1. The expenditures during the , same period aggregated $-(33,178,420, leaving a deficit for the year of 842,- j 805,223. As compared with fiscal year ; 1H94, the receipts for 1803 increased , 817,570,705, although there was a do- ' crease of $' l,"-",98l in the ordinary j expenditures, which is largely ac- i counted for by a reduction of 811,13,- j 055 on sugar bounties. The revenues for the currant fiscal year are esti mated upon the basis of existing laws, at 8-141, !K)7,'I07, and the expenditures at $448,1)07,40'), which will leave a de...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 December 1895

AmArir.aji Stftam Laundrv w flUTTOn & OSWALD, Proprietors. Telephone 107, West Sherman Street. HUTCHISON, , - KANSAS. T. J. Wolfersberger, AUCTIONEER (Successor to I. Wolfersberger) Make a spealalty of country u m, Speaks both German aua English Price to suit the time. Pesldencn, No. 750 Avenue K. Call at Gazette i flee or Vincents store. The Oldest Wholesale Whisky nous in Kansas City. Standard Liquor Company. OLIVER & BRYAN, Established by It. S. Patterson lBOs H Broadway. Kansas City, Ma K.ninckv Itoitrdnn. 1.S9, 3.0U, 15 4 l, 4.Uu pur (tiillon. ' Venn or Md. Uye, 2.0 SJOO. U.00, per gallon. Brandies, Wines. Gin. Knn.mil. lIcohol.Bna Terms: Cash with order. No extra obarfa. 1. O. B., KjnuuCity, Mo. Send for Catalog neiand Price List SOLID T.HF.0USJ. TfUIlJiS mm GHf and ST. JOSEFI TO ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, OMAHA PEOBIA, ST. PAUL AH9 MINNEAPOL'S, WMh pining Osr, VeaUbnlad Prawlaj llo.ptt Cars, Beollnlni Chair Cars (Seels lW 'ONLY ONE CHANG! Of OAM TO Tlx .Atlantic Oe&at TN...

Publication Title: Hutchinson Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hutchinson gazette. — 19 December 1895

Ifoutcbtason Q5a3ette. Bntered it the portofflce In Huichlneon, Kaneaa, a second class matter. HORACE 8. FOSTER, LEE A. HUTTON. TcitMS OF iDBDOHIfTlON, $1.00 PEkYkar C. E. SIDLINGER, Tlie jDi-uggist i'eSCI pliOllH a SpHIIlilltV Xloitb Main street Hutchinson VV. K Xoland is reported its being a candidate tor tlie legislature to suc ceed It.v-1) x JoiiX .). Inoai.ls snowed his good sense by si.tv o a-vay ti'j;n Million Club meeting at (MiicaKu. for senatorial liinusr. why do tliey look further th in the secretary of their eounty coinm tied. While lie is quite younjiyet John M. Kinkle possesses ..... I nf ....I. i tfi.tl (.iiutlfiiiu Uioic KllUn irujtc Ul yuilLii-ai ,iur;:i.iwua than the whole iiang of barnacles that re seeding iuh piat-u. The so-called million club was or ganized for purely uoerceu.'ry purposes. 1st. To make J. R. Burrton United States Senator. 2nd. To enable Mor rill to catch Bome suckers for his rail road lands. 3rd. lo enable A. li. Caldwell to get free transportat...

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