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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 5, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Friends of CONTRIBUTE to tho NEWS DEFENSE L HUTCHINSON Friends of CONTRIBUTE to tho NEWS DEFENSE 5 The mun Convicted ol the Murder oE Sheriff Cross nro Contribute to the NEWH Fund for their FRIDAY SEPTEMBER i KANSAS The SJtate Convention Oomplotos Its Good of Bepnhllo Nominated for After a Spirited Ingalls and Plumb and tliB Former for Re Stronie Platform Nettlnir Forth the Oranil Work Tlmt HM lleon Accompllihad by the Jlotli State nnd Other Political Humphrey lieutenant Felt Secretary of Blgglnl Horrr Htovnr Public Wlniuin Attorney Kellc Chief Horton 4 Republi can state convention convened at 9 oclock this and got down to work promptly by the presentation of candl dates for the nomination for state treas The present William of of Re public Stewart of Bourbon Anthony Casteen of Harper and Samuel Johnson of Doni phan were placed in The first ballot resulted Slmms 88 Stover Stewart Casteen 144 Johnson 104 Second Stover 100 Stewart Castaan Johnson On the fifth ballot Gauge ant one or two other counties broke to Stover and he was nominated with enthusiasm Tbe ballot Stover Sims 85 Caeteen On motion of Harper and tiedgwick in spirited speechs the nomination was made Stover with much emotion thankei the convention for its On mo tion of Dick Blue of Linn county the chairman of the committee on reso Hudson presented th McCartney of Wyandotte intro duced an amendment to the resolution demanding that the Union Pacific relin quish 300 of Its 400 feet of rightofway through supporting his amend ment in a vigorous The amend inent was adopted by a viva voce of Clay in troduced an by con gratulating and endorsing Senator In galls in the resolution endors ing senators ExGoverno Anthony opposed the amendment Dawei supported the amendment as ap propriate to the campaign in which the position of Senator Ingalls alone of th two senators would be On motion of Dick accepted b a clause was added to thi endorsing Senator for An amendment to ex tend the period of redemption unde foreclosure to two years after judgment on payment of mortgage and legal rat cf excited considerable dis and was amended by Dicl to one year in place of A the resolution was and added to the The report of the committee on reso lutions as amended was then adopted after the defeat of further amendmen by Senator Qlllett of ing the repeal of the section of the re lu cent silver act declaring that debts where so expressed in the oontrat shall not be payable in silver This amendment was made after the adoption of the but excited the most heated debate of the being sup ported by Senators Kelley of and opposed by exGovernor Blue and The vote on the amendment was 120 to The convention then unanimously elected Chairman Moore as committee manatlarge for the state on the state central The convention at adjourned sine t has protected our infant SBisted material and im roved the public The legislation of the state of Kansas s more efficient in the protection of the rights and more the interests t tbe agricultural and laboring classes ban thatof any other state in the be house and lot of the laborer and tho arm of the agriculturist are exempt rom forced The school 11 musical instru ments and the wearing ap of the the household the vegeta les and the cow and all the necessary tools of buth are not subject to xecution of The earnings if a laborer necessary to support his amily are protected from A pan of two ten twen y sheep and bis farming utensils are re erved to the farmer against all force irocess of the The exemption from ill taxation of of personal property entirely to the benefit ot the pour Provisions are made by law where y railroad contractors have to give bonds or the payment ot the Every icraon performing work or furnishing material for the construction of houses i assured payment under the provisions of i beneflcient mechanic All laborers must be paid in lawful money ol the United States and no one is com pelled to receive a draft or order on a Stringent enactments are made for the protection of the health and life of thoee engaged in coal The railroad companies are made liable for damages to an employe occasioned by tho negligence of Its agents or employes The earnings of a laborer are protectec against garnishment arbitration between the laborer and employer is provided for the rights of apprentices are carefully provision la made for the organization of cooperative societies whereby they enjoy all the priv lieges and powers that are conferred on other This liberal legisla aided by the absence of the open and stimulated by a magnificent system of common is the pri mary cause ot our rapid and most marvelous material developments The Republican party has had unlnter rupted control of the legislation of thii state ever since its admission into thi and these laws demonstrate its speedy response to every worthy demaw made for the protection of tbe We are in favor of the principle o protection as expounded by the grea leader of Republican thought and policy the James and its en forcemeut to the extent of giving th American citizen an advantage over the foreign thus enabling him t maintain his industry and to mak such a fair profit as will induce others tc 1mbark in tne same believing such a policy increases the want of labor creates a good home and result to the benefit of all We wan the eamo degree of protection to be give agricultural products that is extendei to all other The commercia and industrial interests of the county demand a tariff whoso maximum wi not retard the growth of foreign trade o unnaturally stimulate prices at home and whose minimum will afford ampl protection to every legitimate industry A tariff beyond such a maximum is legi lationintae interest of a favored few while a tariff below such a maximum 1 legislation agaimt We believe it to bo the highest dictat of the commercial policy this countr to cultivate the most intimate as well a the moat extended commercial relation with our sister republics of the tw American and that it would b wise and expedient to so adjust our tarii has been In line with Republican principles and has sen responsive to the demands of the eople and is deserving of the most earty We recommend our distinguish sena John Ingalla and Preston for their faithful and Inestimable ervlcis in the national Ten years exemption from the evil Sects of the traffic la intoxicating quora secured by faithful observance f the constitutional amendment and the tatutea supplemental by which ke has been lessened and crime de leads us to express a determined pposltion io any changes In the prohib tory legislation of our state except such s will make the law stronger and more ffective and increase the good obrlety and welfare of the people The organization of trades into distinct binding them together in ties so oose as to leave each trade entire inde pendent m the management of its own yet holding them all together losely enough to Insure concerted action mutual is a powerful fac or for the production of laboring masses if this The labor organizations lave adopted the first day of September n each year as deqoted to labor as an en Ire and an economic force and as a cause n which hundreds of thousands are en and we demand that at the coming eesion ot the leglslati clared a legal We are in favor of a uniformity of text laws as to promote this and at th same time adopt such a legislative polio as will compel all countries that hav exercised a determined dlscriminatto against Ameiican products to ceaee sue iurmany in a vnin me of some duy fulling ut her feet and Che The following is the platform The Republicans of the state of Kansas now assembled in a convention composed of more than 500 each county being represented by duly accredited declare their continued ailhar to the cardinal principles of the national Republican express their admiration and gratitude for its past serv ices and record their conviction that in Us future administration of public affairs it will quickly respond to every demand of the and guided by the light of experience its legislation will be dictated by a thoughtful regard for the best inter ests of the whole people of this The Republican party was born of a great public Its sarly youth was spent In successful opposition to the extension of It commenced its glorious legislative career by the passage of the homestead the most beneficial law in its results ever framed by the American It maintained na tional supremacy and preserved national unity against a great rebellion at home and threatened intervention from four years of the most colossal warfare ever recorded in By its guiding energies a gigantic re bellion was an inde etructible union of states perpet uated and the supremacy of the mlon over the states comprsing It for iver Through its efforts Jlavery went down in the ruins of the southern A slave race was emancipated and guaranteed all the rights of American It em opaled the political truths enumerated in of in con stitutional provisions and congressional Unas extended over na tional tion ded to domain by tbe of Alaska and Union Hvqulsl has ad magiificant states of Welt North Dakota South Montana Idaho and maintained the public credit in peace and war has largely decreased the public debt created by the and protected the issue of f rom j udlclal v llu from ihi Willows without breaking wn these nnd ho cnr with him the smnll pi Id Would ever Iw lie imiins oC unlocking that or which Memcd furcvvr closed ngninst The pracuutu IITHE NATIONAL Yesterdays Prooeedinss in Both Branches of The Semite Continues Confident tlon or the Tariff Without Any Unusunl Uaeatlonaof Penoanl FrlvllecoM the Time and Attention of the Kep With SpeeulieN by Cnm mlng0t Iltand nnd HpQech Attaching Cresting B Promised the Clierobee Cattle Com after the reading of the journal of yes the tariff bill was taken up under the agreement limiting the discusalon on each subject to five minutes for each sen Gibson withdrew the amendment offered by him last Tuesday to the sugar a mistake having been made in and he offered another amendment striking out that schedule and etibstitu ting for it the sugar provisions of the Mills of rail1 to lemand such legislation as will provide by contract or the best stand ard books at the lowest possible We are in favor of electing the rail road commissioners by a vote of the and we demand of the next legls ature to confer upon the board of way commissioners ample power to ulate passenger and freight We are in favor of more stringent leg elation to com pel the various corpora organized and transacting business jy the authority of the to keep their general offices and all their records and pertanlng to all their within tho limits of tho stst of L We are in favor of the enactment of a pw that will require a rigid examination of all banks and at stated and a public statement ot their fi nancial We favor such a change by legislation looks in all the schools of the state Butler presented a communication received by him from the state depart ment showing the relative exportations of cotton goods by Great Britain and the He thought that the atton might bo valuable in view of reciprocal in connection with that referred to a statement which be baa recently read in the autograph cf an English to the effect that a cotton manufacturer who had been traveling extensive through the United Aat were it not for the American tariff England vould shut up cotton manufactory within two Butler said he did nut know any thing about that bathe hail been much as will produce a more ettootive system encouraged to see his Republican friends of the assessment of property for thellgnlarglDg their economic visions some Oanada other parts officers including the public That we urge the legislature I of the anu be had thought that to create a state board ot for I the Information furnished Ijy him might We demand that the statutes this state be SD amended an to prohibit the in troduction In this state of cattle liable to Import the Texas spleen or Spanish fever at any other time than between the first day of December and tbe first day of the following We are opposed to the system of free passes on railroads now In vogue in this state by reason of which every railroad company is expected as a matter of tesy to compliment all state ot the day when the final vote members of the judges and other public officers with free transpor tation over their respective and wo favor the suppression of this by proper We nre in favor of amending our ex isting lawn on subject of tbe payment of employes so as to provide for weekly payment by all private We are In favor of legislation prohibi ting tbe employment of children under the age of 14 years In work shops or mercantile We strongly endorse and approve the administration of the affairs of this state by Lyman Humphrey and bis assist ants in the state government as being pre eminently just and we do especially commend the gov ernor and attorney general for their manly and effective efforts to promote the execution of all laws of the State Central state cen tral committee is composed of tho follow act now in force recently passed by a Republican majority and opposed by a Democratic minority in both houses ot congress is rapidly increasing the value of It is a good step m the right direction and the of Kansas demand free coinage of a measure thoroughly opposed and vigorously de nounced by lua late Democratic aumm istration led by ex President Urover We favor auoh other legislation as may be necessary to insure Increase of the volume of currency adequate to tne growing demands 01 our the vol ume of suon currency to be regulated by the necessities ot A law applying to every part of the protecting the freedom and puri ty of the ballot securing congress ional representation based upon tne ac tual vote cast is imperatively demanded in the interest of humanity and for the preservation of American and we demand congressional legislation to the end that every honest vote may be polled and every honest ballot While the disability pension bill re cently passed by congress is the most liberal and beneflcient measure of the kind ever adopted by any yet we are in favor of the passage of a service pension believing that by such means a greater degree of justice can be rendered the loyal men who preserved the life and unity of the We demand tbe passage of laws pro hibiting alien ownership of large bodies of Congress should make Immediate pro vision to encourage and aid irrigation of the body of arid lauds until the brave settlers who have sought homea there may fully develop a part of our country so full of latent We believe it to be the im of congress to make a su priation of money and by all necessary leglilatlon to secure to thn country at the earliest practicable date deep water har bors on the Gulf of so as to afford to this great agricultural region the lowest possible freight charges to foraign We commend the legislation passed by congress at its present session and the legislature of this state at its last session against combines and whose objecc it is to interfere in any manner with or control either pro ductions or their and we earnestly urgfi congress to prohibit by proper leg islation all gambling in grain and other agricultural The administration of national attain by our present chief perative duty fficient appro ing members First congressional of of of of of of of First judicial Osage Mc Hays Frank Dodge Ware Lafayette Uodge Kansas Ben Peter Ulysses Ness James The committee met a 8 in the Copeland and organized by the election of Buchan of Kansas and John Smith of Colum m markets in South and Central and also in Asia and The values of the cotton goods exported Into the countries by Great Bntian last year bfing against about f from the United He thereioru nekrd to have the paper printed in the The presiding officer Ingalls an nounced that general debate on the tariff ill had with the exception of the some sneaking done as the record Indi The record showed that the speaker had refused to give the house the list of names of the Fancy that great chairman of the great committee on the succes sor of Samuel Randall sneaking to clerks desk and obtaining surreptitiously a list of members that had been re fused to the nnd upon this lint basing a false cecusatlon against his fellow Wasnt that an act worthy ftfLinnvillef He then preceded to arraign the speaker and the majority of tbe committee on Cum mings was frequently Interrupted and he asked unanimous consent to print the remainder of his remarks in the Jiecard but consent was Cannon remarked that the gentle man was printing a speech under a false pretense of making a personal explan pretense Is not as false as the pretense by which you smuggled my name into the black Another interruption was made by This interruption was contested against by Blount ot Only twentyfour hours he a gentle man on the other side was permitted to arraign a senator of the United call the gentleman to order The gentleman from Georgia cannot take tbe gentleman from New York off the a gentleman on the other side was permitted in viola tion ot the rules of the house to arraign a senator as a felon and to arraign his colleagues for associating with a gentleman has no right to state a question of personal priv liege durini the time of tbe gentleman from New am stating a question of personal but there has been a continued interruption of the gentle man from New York and an effort t euppress that I have never seen attemptec and even in the light f the trans actions of yesterday is exceedingly op Cummings then proceeded with hi and at the end of an hour wa stopped bv tha gavel of the speaker pn tern Uland made the point of order tha in speaking to a question of privilege gentleman was not governed by the hour The speaker pro overruled the point and Bland Cannon moved to lay the appeal on the and on this motion demandei the previous but Bland pro tested that he was entitled to the Amid applause or the Democratic side the speaker pro recognized Mr Elands right to the yielding to Cum and not understanding a proteu1 from the speaker pro tern the gentleman from New who proceeded with his speech He was called to order by the speake pro as not apesklneto tho point o Weaver Weaver was nominated congress by the Union Labor convention here Weather 4rForecast till 8 For Kansas Fair preceded by showers in eastern Kansas warmer variable Is when three hoursare to be al lowed to each It wai laid aside in formally and schedule cotton man taken Amendments to re duce the rates on various paragraphs of the schedule were offered by Mo Oarlislo and Vance which were Informally rejected without a yea and nay The committees amendments were agreed McPherson moved to strike out the paragraph relating to hose and half hose and to substitute for it one making the duty 40 per ad 20 Pad dock and Plumb voted with the Demo crato in the Neither In galls nor Manderson All the paragraphs in schedule I having been disposed schedule J was taken relating to jute and their The finance committee had reported an amendment to the para graph reducing the rate on flax not hackled or dressed from li cents a pound to a On this amendment Washburn demanded the yeas and The vote was taken and the com mittee amendment was agreed nays Tho next amendment was that of the finance committee to para graph It was to reduce the duty on hackled flax from 4 cents a pound to a It was agreed nays 10 In the next paragraph imposing ad volorem onehalf cent a pound on cordage and twine the finance committee had proposed to insert the words bind ing twine and strike out the work bind ing twine one and one fourth cent per Aldrich withdrew tbe amendment so as to leave the paragraph as it came from the Davis moved an amendment to strike binding twine out of the paragraph in order to have it afterwards placed on the free After debate the vote was taken on Davis amendment and it was agreed jess nay B The Republicans voting aye were McMil Waahburo and Wilson of Only one Democrat Blodgett voted Then the schedules were reopened under the heading of The committees amendment to paragraph reducing the duties on brushes and brooms from 40 to 85 per was agreed Paragraph relating to was passed over until tomor Plumb having offared an amendment to The committeed amendments to para graphs from 480 to 447 were agreed After a brief executive cession the sen ate adjourned He house today Oummings of New rising to a question of pro tested against his blacklisting by the famous Cannon The man who had offered the raolution had male uojuit and in making these imputations he had falsi fied the record and blacklisted Hs then proceeded to muke an attack upon comparing him to tbe noted Linnville of the French revolu In eupport of bis the gentleman from Illinois had appealed to the The gentlman from Iowa Henderson seconded the gentleman torn Illinois and had used the word There had been may be but all the machinery o the house cannot muzzle me further debate the appeal wa said that tne record of thi bouse would be a sufficient answer wit the people to the attacks that had been made and he appealed to the enlightenec public No cursing and revil Ing from the gentlemen from New Yori or partisan press could countervail agains the He trusted that the gentle mun from Iowa Licy would now call up the election and that qu would Cummings replied that bis recon would compare favorably with that o the gentleman from ot Iowa then called up thi Brecklnrldge election and gav notice that he would call the prevlou question at one oclock of made a earnest attack upon Powell i which he declared that that state woul B3nd Clayton to the penitentiary or any where elee to get him out ot It The case the and the remaining half of the cat e together with their employes and ropurty that may be thereand entirely andon all claims upon the Strip by the rst day of then in view such guarantee the order of removal will be BO Penilonfl for have een granted of Kansas as fol ows Peru Garden City Jerome McCune Harmon elper Sanford Clay Center Sterling Gorman Alden Jasper s City Michael Kirwin Madison navy Francis Cherryvule Wlnlleld Janby Bennington Roderick Little River James Abbyville iamuel El Dorado Belle Plain Rock Reissue and Increase Havensvilie Oneida facob Edna James Elk Hot to bo ago Senator Plumb brought to the attention of the signal service bureau tha phenom enon of the hot winds that occasional sweep over destroying or ng the They occur and tbe theories of their origin lire man and This year the winds ex tended into Nebraska and Dakota Senator Plumb was today advised b chief of the signal service that an investigation into the cause which produced the winds would b and whether or not the disastrou effects of their presence can be uvertec Graf ton has been nominated for postnmste at Mo a and Bolivlar Holmes at KANSAS mproved Machinery Materially Incroaaos tho pccliil Agent Cook Olros Very En coiirnglug Accounts of the Good ItcHiilts he Fnctoir at lUmllntne LodKe Making Bplnndld Irocreia With the Beaiona Iwo Thousand Acres of Cane to ha Worked One Million Pound at to be MndeThe Out look ftloit at this of acres of early OP A Prominent Cltlxen of Cincinnati m the United States Dies of E judge of tbe supreme court o fell dead at about 11 oclocl today at the court He had bee on the bench and heard an injunction but an he was too unwell to proceed farther he left the bench and was on his way to the street when at the corner of the court bouse be suddenly fell back ward and died Tbe cause is supposed to be Judge Noyes was about 57 years He entered the army here in He loot a He left the army as a brevet brigadier Since the war he served as city solicitor of and was probate judgfe of Hamilton as governor of and was minister to France under appointment of President Last year he was elected to the office of judge of the nupreme court of Cincinnati for a term of five milling Aorthwcat trrn Miller says The Hour output for lost week was the heaviest in nearly a The aggregate production for the week was averaging bar rels against barrels tbe previous and barrels for the corresponding time in and 100 barrels in The weakness in wheat has upset the Hour trade and caused jobbers to largely withdraw from market authorities generally agree The secretary if agriculture is in receipt of a report rom Special Agent of la which he gives a very encouraging ac count of the Improvements made in the sorghum sugar factory at Medicine n that and of the good results already shown in handling this seasons About acres of cane were contracted for which 325 amber and Tennessee varieties have been yielding about four tons to the Fifteen hundred planted of the orange are esti mated to yield about seven tons to the The extreme dry weather has re duced the nor is the sugar good as last year it is perhapn in better condition at Medicine Lodge than at any other place visited by the special with exception of Fort Scott and where it will average about as well as at Medi cine The factory at Una place started work on tho exception of two nights and one when it nad to lay off owing to the farm ers being unable to get cane to tho fac It had run continuously up to the date of the special agents making altogether ten days during whiuh time it had run oil the early cane grown 011 Uiu J25 ncren referred and which yielded making pounds of sugar already inspected by the opecliil while that In tanks in sugar wagons yet to throw out was es timated to make pounds In or about eighty pounds of first sugar per ton of The syrups were in tanks in the hot and it was estimated that there would be 20 pounds to tho ton of cane of second a total of 100 pounds per which is about pounds Co Che ton more than was obtained last The improvements in the working of the mill are very especially in the matter of minimising the waste and saving There is a better ex ructlon ot the cane Is cleansed better and out and the work has all advantages of more experienced labor in all departments of the Special Agent Cook reports the best of feeling between the laborers and proprietors of the and everything seems to be working It was expected that the fac tory would start work again on Wednes September and as the cane will be received from more no delay ig anticipated tium want of The proprietors confidently expect to average 200 tons of cane every twentytour hours making altogether pounds of sugar this season at this and notwithstanding shortage at Eeason and The report concludes as follows In the prospect looks very en couraging at this Everything li being conducted with system and busi ness and the proprietors of the sugar as well ai others who are familiar with the workings feel more confident than evnr over the finan cial success of the manufacture of sugar from sorghum cane and beeta in this i J uubuuriuua uuuurany uurna went The house thsa adjourned that ea8tern stocks are down to aJout the a steady Benuedyi AntiQuay last notch and The Republitive domestic The sales of local can congressmen from Pennsylvania to day prepared a resolution instructing the public printer to refrain frem publishing Kennedys speech in the Record as it constituted a breach of decorum and of the rules ot the The resolution was entrusted to Representative Dalzsll for presentation in the but before that could be done Rspresentative Bur who is speaker pro was con By his advice representations were made to Kennedy which in duced him to withhold his speech from the printer ior a day or two and conse quently the resolution was likewise with who was in the chair when the speech was was the subject of much criticism at the bauds of some members because of his failure to check tho but he justified him self by the statement that it had been the invariable custom of the presiding officers to refrain from passing judgment on tbe utterances of a member unless some member calls his attention to an alleged breach of the Kennedy this afternoon said he did not believe that he had said anything that actually constituted a violation of the rules or of the He added that he had not yet had an oppor It would be held from the Record a day or but no Meanwhile an impression is on the lloor of the house that tbe objectionable fea tures of the it there were any in a parliamentary will be elirnln ated before It is published and that the matter will there Oonceinlonl to the Oherokee Cattle Calvin Hood of has been in Washington several days in the interest of the cattle men of the asking the president that the time of tbe removal ot cattle from the Indian Territory be ex tended to oa owing to the drouth in the territory and throughout be west cattle are unfit for and that it would be disastrous to all cattle interests to enfore the order of removal of cattle from tbe Strip by The president has today assured him that it there shall be presented to him a written guarantee signed by the persons having cattle upon the Cherokee Btrip that they will remove onehalf of them on or before tha first dajr of mills the past week have been consider ably lesa than the output and about everybody is fast catching up on Some anxiety has been shown to sell and trices have been reduced twentyfive to cents per The Oklahoma The Jill to locate the permanent capital of Oklahoma will come up in the senate to The impression and In fact is almost certain that the measure will be The friends of Guthrie claim that they have a majority in favor of that while the Oklahoma City people are seemingly Nothing of importance transpired in either house except the bill to permit the binding of counties which Secrist Colhem and six fullblooded Arapaho scouts from Fort with the necessary camp equipments passed through here on their way to clear the Cherokee Strip of Ballwar Wroi Train the Montreal and Niagara Falls was wrecked three miles north of Four men and a woman are reported It is reported that rails or ties were fastened on the Details are not obtainable at News of tbe wreck was brought to East Albany by a farmer who drove The train con sisted mostly of The Bankers In to days seESion of the American Bankers Asso ciation Edward Atkinson of ad dressed tbe association on tbe topic Credit as affecting Then Treuholm j excomptroller of the curren followed wlib aa address on The bonds of hank officers and employes L Terry of expounded the national bank superintendent law and Benjamin Wright read a Id per oa Banking on the Pacific Swept by the consul the cathedral and mott of the public buildings have been Twelve hundred houses are in ruins and the fire li Itlll Speaker Heed Kn gpecial car in which Bpeaker Reed and Henry Cabot Lodge left Boston for Portland at 8 was the Pro vincial AtHaverhill crowd of peopis net the train and when the speaker appeared he was greeted with tremendous Escorted by a number of campaign clubs he was driven o the public square where he discussed national affairs for about twenty minutes The train here at The nenttemen were escorted to the Dover Beef companys where the speaker was greeted with The Provincial train left for Portland at 11 Beedlu Heed wag welcomed home this evening by crowd cf who packed the city hall half an hour before the time he was advertised to who entered on the arm of Mayor was greeted with cheers and the waving of and state John fro n thi a presided and pre sented speaker who advanced to the front of the platform anu was re ceived with prolonged the au dience raising in a body to welcome the distinguished Reed delivered a characteristic He denounced the Democratic party as a pirty of obstructionists ex plained tha necessity for the change in rules explained how the Republican house of representatives had achieved all the promises at the last cam and concluded with a eulogy of the Republican success made possible by staunch adherence to Republican prin Voarth District UUsourl Republi cans of the Fourth congressional district held theirconveotlou today at Every county in the district was fully represented and much enthusiasm pie Nicholas who served in congress for two having been elected in 1878 and was nominated by The patform on which be proclaims the doctrines of the farmer and laborers of tbe Davis president of the Furmera Al liauceot Andrew nn eloquent speech before the endorsed both nominees and waa the Republican oindidate for governor In
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