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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 20, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                f Advertise your Business NEWS I HUTCHINSON Your Business In The DAILY TUESDAY MAY News and Gossip Gathered About The the national Senate Devotes the Day of the Silver to a In the Baatie the Deliata an ttie Tariff Rill In attempts to Amend the Internal Revenue OlauaOH Prove Fn Amendment Ptrtklng Ont tbe Duly on Lead Defeated ftlateen May rom the committee on report ad back tbe annual naval appropriation silver bill was taken and jlph addressed the He thought that International bimetalism was desir So far as he knew there was not a member of tho senate who was not in favor of both gold and silver as In considering the various plans pro he was satisfied that the plan pro posed by the secretary of the treasury was open to less and to fewer objections plaudiug and than any of the If the purpose to keep both gold and silver coin in f At the close of Dolphd speech Teller criticised some points of it and said it would not do for that senator or Jir any other senator to say with unction that he was for a double or for and tLen favor measures which were absolutely destructive of silver as Qu did not propose that the country should be deceived into believing that the proposition which came from the finance committee meant silver at all a the contrary he asserted that it meant a single gold Mitchell expressed his dissent from the views expressed by his colleague saying I desire to state for whatever it amounts to here and else it may uot amount to very that 1 dissent from tho speech just made in and I wish that distinctly under On motion of Wilson of it ordered tnatthe senate bill subject ing imported liquors to the provisions of the law of the several states shall betaken up to morrow after routine morning busi After an executive session the senate THE HOUSE May The house went Into committee of the whole on the tariff the pending amendment being tbat offered by Funnton of strik ing from tbe motol schedule the provision that silver ore and all other ores contain ing lead shall pay a duty of one and a half cents per pound on the lead con tained according to the sample and an assay at tbe port or j Frank of regretted that f tae amendment had emanated from the the Republican side of the house and be earnestly opposed Hopkins of contended that the importation of Mexican ores was a blessing to American miners as well as to the workingmeu engsged in In the name of American labor he pro tested against the proviso which would control the output of American There was In the gallery now u gentle if the amendment were voted would leave the gallery worth a million dollars more than when he en tered Grain of Toxus said that the lead silver proviso was illustrative of tho log ical sequence of pru hibitiou of Tue adoption of the proviso in tho bill meant ruin to tbe frontier towns and incalculable injury to American cap tul invested in Hexicau mines and Mexican to Aniuri i can capital icvtsied ia American railroads sad America It wuuid injure thu merchants who furnished sup plies to the the American labor ers in American smelting and it would injure American Mexico with its of people did not raise enough meal and bread studs for thoir It f urnlshud a market for American American wheat and other The suggestion of Secretary Wlndom had resulted in re taliatory measures on the part of the Mexican Duboia of Idaho objected to the Gentleman from Illinois posing as a fepresentative of the This wai BiWply a question between the miners ol the Rocky mountains and the smelters of the United No word ia favor of free lead was heard from the repre santatlves of the The admlnistra tlon struck a blow not only at the miner but at tue silver There wai hardly any one on the floor who would apeak for free unless he had smelt era in his Perkins of Kansas protested against the amendment as putting thi American miner in competition with thi Mexican of Colorado said the amendment was In the Interest of th Mexican It would ruin tbe mln Ing of the There waa no a Democrat or Republican m tbe wea vho was not in favor of the provision o Glunie of California opposed the jiendment in behalf of the H asked for them one single place in thi He spoke for men who wen into tbe worked for to 5 a da and protested against their being placet on an equality with the Mexican laborer who received twentyfive to fifty cents Birino of Nevada wag surprise how any man who stood on the Republi platform of 1888 could favor th The amendment was re to Fun Adam Gear and Horrlll voting la the atttrmaUv and Olunie in the Hopkins of Illinois offered a amendment that ore confining silver an duty of cent contained therein Saturday b McKinley to the internal revenue clause of the bill were They provide that upon sample boxes or cigars containing twelve or thirteen the tax shall be 4 cents amend the administrative features of the and provide that wholesale In oleomargerine shall keep such booka nnd returns as the commissioner of luterna revenue may The following amendments were also agreed to on motion of McKinley Providing that the Internal tax upon smoking and manufactured and on snuff shall be four cenM a pound aft er thellrst of or wltuln sixty days from the approval of this Instead of the first of as preposed by tho making an indefinite appropriation for the pay ment of drawbacks reducing the bonds of cigar makers from to limiting to the minimum of tbe amount of drawback claims on tobaccain original packages when lawtivkea f on over some but finally walked apparently the best of wo minutes afterwards a shot was id Duggan was found dead in front of ouoasons No one can swear lat Youngson fired that By ask g for a stay of nroceedlnge and change Young has evaded trial ir over two Part of that time he as spent in At the time of tbe looting Youngson waa one of the alder men of this Henderson of spoke in favor of restoring tbe present internal tax on tobacco and offered an amendment to that The main question before the house was whether tbe treasury con tained enough money to pay the tes of the Democratic ap As such a he did not be lieve in tatting thu tax from friends they would give better applause if they would vote for his It thay meant to clap their let their hearts and their voices follow It the Democrats were in control of tbe he would vote to repeal entirely the internal reve nue knowing perfectly well that when tbe Democrats were In power they would not give one dollar to the though the Republicans proposed to give them He dirt with tae soldiers of the Union knocking at the doors of tbe to take off the tax from Tucker Virginia offered and advocated an amendment abolishing tbe tax on McKinley in opposition to Tuckets amendment said the oemmUtee on ways and means bad not abnltshed the tax on because the country neeV ho and because it uOt necessary to abolish it in or reserve in the act the great pro system of the Republican Tuckers amendment wan rejected to Hendersons amendment was re to 118 Henderson of Iowa offered an amendment restoring the present rate of duty on wool and Pending a vote the committee he house then Ingallii May thief en red the apartments of Senator Ingalls t the Blsiner to day during the temper ry absence of the anrl secured ewelry belonging to the daugh valued at several hundred dol Thu thief made good his Vlrftt Dlfttrlot May N ohnson of the congressional f the Fust district has called a meeting f the committee to be held at llolton at oclock May to make arrange ments for holding a congressional con Tbe fttopOvor KANSAS May committee ppolated at the recent joint meeting at Chicago of the Western Traffic Assocla ioa and ihe Association met here The committee was ppoinled to decide upon the basis of Missouri river rates on grain and cattle transit from the Tho Frisco had made complaint againut the rule allowing lirougk western consignors the privilege f stopping over at Missouri river points o dispose of their unjust that the practice ought to be done way with At the meeting to day two reports were The majority not only favors ho continuance of thu stopover privi but urges their extension from nix e twelve eneral manager of the Frisco prepared he minority In it he retreats rom his former position and recom mends that the time of the stop over be maintained at six A GURaN mat LOII of Life Caused by a Fuwiler May At 11 oclock last ight E fire broke out in Ysasis hardware In a sport time the lames reached barrel of powder in the and a irriflc explosion The whole ruoture was blown to pieces and thlrty onr persons were Among the dead are four flte enors Mussels Oscar rancesco Ordonez and the Venezuelan tienor Francesco who hap ened to be in front of the In ddition to the killed over 100 persons re The explosion caused le wildest excitement and thou amis flocked to the scene f tbe The governor le civil governor and principal authorl es of the city promptly on the round and did everything in their power o aid the injured and calm the griet tricken relatives of the Several ouees adjacent to the wrecked building ere damaged by the Gangs of men are at work on the Inny human lihibs have been taken rom the The wives of missing orsons supposed to be in the ruins are atbered on the and as the bodies re brought out the scenes are most dis Tbe conduct of the authories is the sub ect universal The highest of ciala have incurred personal risk in con ucting the search for the and have ffered the use of their own carriages to onvey the injured to the the proprietor of the wrecked ardware bas been It Is feared there are several more vic ms in the Over the theaters and he chamber of commerce and many aer buildings flags are hanging at alf Everywhere are signs of The New Bontbern May Tue vari us clubs composing the new Southern ase Ball league are signing players and ettlug ready for the opening the June The Mobile and Solina clubs ave already been unless some eserved men are Memphis lias Spiled for membership in tbe League nd a movement Is on foot to drop Pensa ola ao Memphis can be With he low salary limit fixed and the small mount of money raised in the various the Leagues chances of going irough the season are not very bright They Object to Chrlltlan May of a lensation has been created by a request if the English Lutheran church council or the resignation of George H iishel as a teacher In the Sunday school and ornaniut of the Blshel s the wife of a well known merchant During last winter she attendee ome Christian Science anc mbibed some of the doctrines of the sect ihe began soon after to discuss the sub ect with her class of young and the church authorities demand that she dis continue this practice and teach tbe doc rines of the church or She took the alternative and ia followed by her Some remarkable cures by the euro method are attributed she Is not without a fol lowing both within and without the con Hallway KANSAS May dispatch from eays Vice Presi dent Kimball of the Kansas Oily and Pacific railway has returned from New He says oQlcielly tbat the Mis and Texas Railway com pany has leased the Kansas City and Pac iflc Hues for a term of 08 The Kansas City and Pacific stock bolder will hold a meeting In this city May 31st to ratify the lease and to issue four pe bonds in lieu of tbe six per conl bonds now outstanding against the com To Stand Trlul for May trial o exAlderman Bailey Toungson charged with the murder of exCity Mar shal Mart Duggan on Monday morning April will be called fo the first time a the dlstiict court tomor row This is one of themro mysterious murders ever committed 1 Shortly before the shoo tag Dnprgtro were crnseln the etreet iney had a discus KANSAS Meeting of the Grand IxMffeof the Knights of Pythias t Promises to bo the Largest Meeting of the Kansas Brnjicli Ever oPhemon County Visited Datniday Night by Heavy Ball and Wind Nota ble Flair Railing at Clay Vint District of Metre and Mention Gathered About the Sunttowor 7 May of ythlas come in by train loidu today rom all points In Kansas toattend the rand which now promises to be he largest meeting ever in the as many as four thousand being This evening several hundred rrived and as many more art expected n tomorrows Nearly every business building in To ekals gaily decorated flags and The grand lodge held a brief Qfaomy Crop May Farmers renounce the outlook for wheat very ad and seem considerably weather crop bulletin for the last even days shows that the temperature onsiderably below the nominal and that he rainfall throughout the state has been bove the Corn planting is de ayed in many quarters by the late cold In other parts planting is pro Teasing Ooddardi BeBlguatlon May resignation of third vice president of the and Biiti Fe railroad fas today formally accepted by Presi ent to take June Oodilard has made no definite arrange ments for the but asys he intends oreat a few months before resuming work His successor ia yet tc A Newspaper Sudden May 10William E a wellknown newspaper re died suddenly in the hotel ofllci at oclock Baker had worked on all the Ktnsas City papers anc on tUe Denver He came to 8t Joseph about six weeks ago and has since been working on the Phy sicians have not yet determined the cause of his Good for tbe May has been raining steadily in Minnesota and both ihe Dakotas for twentyfour am tbe drouth la The weather is trowing rapidly warmer and tbe indlca itons are for clear weather tomorrow The extent of the damage done by the wind and frost cannot be told for a num ber of Iowa Qrop Das May from twothirds of the counties of Iowa show that the past week been unusu ally cold and that injurious frosts havi appeared nearly every clear morning Notwithstanding copious the gen ecal condition of the crops throughou the state ia not AEInors Return to 10At a meeting of the Staunton miners It ws decided to return to work at the ol scale of for machine run ners and f for About 48 men have been out for over a To Welcome Tbelr Mew EL May Mayo of Reno and twentyfive other citizen leave here tomorrow enroute forQutb rle in carriages to join the throng welcoming Governor Steele and at May winners todays races were New Kstrins Weather May till For Kansas Fair weath er warmer southerly ession this whic followed y a at which Mayor Cofran elivered an address of welcome at rep esentntiva Tomorrow the grand edge holds its business which will occupy the entire The State Druggists Association con ention and meeting of delegates u consider the project of securing the atlonal for Topeka n 1803 also takes place Hailstorm at May The most violent and destructive ail storm that ever occurred in this ocality struck here last Saturday The hail began falling at nd in seven minutes Main street waa overed two inches deep with A urricane accompanied the hail and ome damage was done to he city water works building was un oofnd and parts of the walls and smoke tack Several north win OWB were shattered and buildings therwise slightly in j Wheat fields n the track of the etorm were consid rably Injured and some of them utterly It appears from reports from IB surrounding country that the worst f the storm struck the city and a few liles from town no damage ires A eavy rain followed the hall oiorm and ss been of great Flag Raising at Clay CLAY May thou and people celebrated tho raising of the ag offered by the Yottiht Omnpanion to he Kansas pupil writing theftett n tbe Patriotic Influence qf the Amer can Flag When Raised Over the Public here The prize was ion by Will Lonn of this a Kansas born and Governor Humphrey and Chancellor now of the state each deliv red Interesting Amid tre aendous cheering the governor pulled he flag to the top of the pole where It ow showed New Agricultural May Wilson County Agricultural Association was or anized here was chosen Pierce vice John Holdren secretary and Singleton Tbe associa lon starts in with paid up t has purchased forty acres of land ad olning the town site and commenced making the necessary improvements to Religion Makes Htm EL May a wealthy who lives near this became violently insane over A traveling Ad rontist outfit is here holding revivals aud distributing literature telliui of the ap roach of tbe end of the Thomp on has been reading their and lasl night tried to kill his Against Office EL Farm era Alliance of Butler at their convention after resolving to put a full Alliance legislative ind congressional in tbe field urther resolved to nominate no man wh waa after the office or who had ever belt an and no man who had ever been a candidate for hiipered around among the and tried to get some one to not as Kirk was finally mt refiued to hava anything to do with He suggested but Soott didnt care to nominated and ana ihe trouble would bare been ah over but for the fact that the captain re used to More whispering was In dulged ttDd finally Kirk wai in duced to act aa We did not learn the name of the tint but presume he u all right for he made the assertion and it several tinee that he lean American cit He also stated that he oame an an ipology or Senator Bently who could HU audience all agreed that ho was a very sorry Payne was the name of the other Be ii the gen leman who wrote Sweet he is trying to destroy our by them with He said Saturday night is a bad time to hold a resubmission meeting and we Interred that it ia too near Sunday for He went on to desecrate the memory of the dead by giving a statement once made by Governor and characterizing it as an infamous At this unctuie ought to have bom thrown out of the but his audience was so small that were hardly enough of them to do This fellow ought to be aught that tbe people of Larnea lespect the manly life of John Martin and re vere hu During the course of his remarks he said that only an Infamous idiot and fool would take the other side of tue onU said that those who did unadulterated cussed Trie gentlemans English is seemingly omewhat more forcible than He IB one of the most convincing orators we ever All he had to do to score point was to apply an epithet to some wave his shake his grit hie teeth and look The meeting was extremely quiet and There was not the least disturb not even the clapping of hands 01 stamping of V awaing was the only exercise indulged in by the audience and nn only sound that smote the stillness In places in the speech punctuated fof was the breathing of some wearied listener who lounged in his chair with nodding head and closed No attempt was made to elect delegates to wait on Governor Humphrey on the but the resubmission pil grims probably will try to make arrange ments privately for some one to A FIBBKILL IHVOBUK of a Band of White Capfl Summoned May di vorce case came before Judge Bar nard which has several sen sational and in which all the members of a band of White Gaps in the town of Fishklll have bean as The plaintiff is wife of Frederick welltodoand well known carpenter of this They were married in by the at the Cannon street church in They lived to gether until March and have had one Porry Lewis ihe became acquainted with a amily named Cornell ia the town of and the neighbors noticed that he was a frequent visitor ar riving on Saturdays and going away There were two daughters in he Cornell Carrie and At Jrst Wilson paid his addresses to When the people learned that he was a married man tae White Caps sent him a to which he paid no Afterward it became apparent that he bad transferred his affections from Carrie to Carrie became jealous and indig and through her word was sent to the White Caps that Wilson was in the The White Caps raided the prem ises and found Wilson and Busie and ordered him to Now comes the suit for In her complaint Wilson charges her husband with and asks for the custody of ter He denies the She claluw that after the White Caps drove Wilson away fram the Cor nell home ha brought Susie Cornell to this city and lodged her with a family named at 450 Main swears that Susie is living with Wilson at the place named under the narno of Mary in an swears that she saw Wilson come out of 450 Main and that soon afterward he was followed by A policeman swears that the reputation of the house is Edward Orummey ia counsel for and Charles Hopkins for the Sullivans noted Mnldoon the and to the further fact that Smith recently knocked Mike Cleary out In one Smith made a decidedly good showing against tbe big colored standing up toe five rounds without suffering a knock out Both men were groggy when the combat Mutdooa offers to hack Smith for to a finish against any man la tbe barring McAullffe and THREE BOYS BfJBIBD a dan In a Brooklyn Lot Warn Fell en Item KBW May Arthur Tay 8 yean and his John 8 yeare sons of John a carver in the Antor of 807 Fifteenth and 8 yearold Percy whose parenti live at 816 Fifteenth were buried alive under a bant of earth in Seventh between Fifteenth and Sixteenth Three oth ers escaped without Tbe boys were on their way home from school when the big bank of earth at tracted their and they set to work diguing out a A part of the bank hud already been dug the own er of the property having been ordered some months ago by the Oltjr Works authorities to have the lot graded to the level of the The recent rams bail left the outside portion of the embankment in a danger ous The three boys on the outside managed to scamper off through the piles of falling but the other three were burled under fifteen of earth were completely hidden from A crowd of citizens and several police men dug for twenty minutes before the boyswero taken They were all dead and their bodies were badly cut and Several doctors were at the spot when tbe boys were but they could do Tbe May Pres byterian general assembly was opened this morning wiAthe usual religious After rife minutes and various bills and overtures were read and referred Kemp moved that the report of tbe committee on methods of altering the constitution be referred back to the com enlarged by seven new fairly representing both with in structions to report as early as possible to this The seventylira annual report of the board of education was read by of Resolutions were passed recognizing the lack of ministers and the increase of and urging the presbyteries to be more diligent in eitber caring for or dissolving and sug gesting that they might be grouped gether and supplied with servloes by ruling Blftmarafe May the Interview re cently bad with him by Dea the French Prince Bismarck said that the danger ahead lay in tbe senti ment of danger of the French over the loss of Alsace Supposing that France and Russia crushed he who would be the gainer Hussia would certainly then devour France Germany was the bulwark of western Europe against Uusslan Talking with a correspondent of the Nomt at the ei cbancellor declared that the labor confer ence was a blow In the The discon tent of capitalists was inich more dan gerous than the discontent of working THE SUPREME Somp Important Decision Ben derort Tooi Minnesotas Mont Inspection Law to be a of Constitutional In or Chnwfc of iurtr Car Nalnu loo dlot of DIMilct Conn ai ctah it talma and CoaOrcaUoa of Cbnroh Nation Hot a Sovonlffn State Hay The United States supreme court today rendered aa opinion holding to be unconstitutional the law of requiring that all fresh meats sold in the stato shall be cut from animals slaughtered within the state ana inspected twentyfour hours before The decision says inspection must take place within the hours immediately preceding the the by ita necessary excludes from the Minnesota market practically all fresh lamb or in whutevur and although entirely healthy and dt for human token from animale slaughtered In other and directly tends to restrict the slaughtering af animals whose meats are to be sold in Minnesota for human food to ttioaa engaged in business in that When to this is added the fact that the by its necessary pro hibits tae sale iu tho state of fresh lamb or pork from animals that may have been inspected carefully and thoroughly in the state where they were and before they were no doubt can remain as to its effect upon commerce among the several It will not do to cer No Judicial tribunal can with propriety assumn thut the people of Minnesota may with due regard to choir upon its inspections in other states of animals there slaughtered for purpofles of human If the ob ject of tun statutn had been to deny alto gether to tbe citizens of other states the privilege of selling witbiu the of Minnesota for human fuoii fresh lamb or from animals slaughtered slate nven those that are free from disease when and to compel the people of Minnesota daEirlas to buy such meatu either to purchase when detired for thoir own use at points be yond the that object 1 9 attained by tbe act in Our duty to main tain the constitution will not permit us to shut our eyes to these obvious and necessary results of tbe Minnesota An oplnliD was alon Tendered affirming the judgment of the ciroultwmt of the United States for the western dlntrict of in favor of the Southern Kan SttsHnilroad company against the Chero knn The Cherokees contended that an act of crnigrtms granting tho rail way right of way through the Indian Territory was void on the ground that the Cherokee nation werea sovereign and that the Uulted States had not the right of mnisent ilnnmln over her terri The court does not agree with this To Autult Woiuou to KANSAS May lodge continued its meeting to Delegates were elected to the na tional which meete in Rich Juno and were in structed te urge an amendment to the constitution permitting the admission of women to the A proposed amend extending the age when members may join tbe endowment rank from 80 to 85 was Officers will be elected when an adjournment will be Kew ttahool Rnlldlua tit May city of Wellington today voted bonds to the amount of for the erection of a ilgh school The Third ward which deemed will be torn down and ttie new building erected on its which ii a remarkrbly fine centrally Wind May A good shower of rain fell here last Sat urday night about 7 Inthosouth part of the township was considera ble accompanied by high Considerable damage was done to Some buildings were blown fc Will Addriui tho VciU May ExPresl dent Rutherford Hayes has written the secretary of the Chautaugua Assem bly here that he will be at Ottawa on Grand Army day and deliver an address to the old Thii completes the assembly TOOK TBE An Expectant Bridegroom Harriet UU Intended Brldei May were issued for the marriage of Jacob Ueffer to Mlas Marian both of this Each is about 22 yean of When the guests assembled at the brides home last evening to witness the cere mony there was no Miss Post was attired in bridal but the Larned May The resubmlsslonlsta held a meeting heie Saturday tolled the court house bell seven times and finally succeeded in gathering an even dozen ol our citizens who came out of curiosity to see what two imported Wichita imbibers would do and Bon Edwards had then in charge and noted as their next but being a candidate for he was afraid to aocas chairman of He Shot Dead In a May Ken nedy and Tom two boys living on the same farm on Finn eight miles southwest of this became engaged in an altercation thU Logues brother started at them on bone Kennedy turned and ran a few when he was shot in the back by Tom the ball passing through his body very near the causing al most instant Logue U still at came that jroom noticed younger irlde was Miss It was Henrietta silver of the expected While those NEW May wife of an Italian dock stabbed to the heart here this morning one Mil lard who has been a boarder at her in defense of her wifely The tragedy occurred on tbe top Qoor of tbe six story 11618 Monroe The boarder lies mortally wound ed at the Gouvenor hospital and his death is only a question of a few Oot Bogus Oheoka present were discussing the situation foung Lleffar and Miss Henrietta Post illgated from a carriage and entered the where they luformed the parents and guests that they had been During the excitement preliminary to the Intended marriage young Lieiler drove up iu a which Miss Henrietta and they then drove to Kingston Point on tbe outskirts of tbe It is believed that thn elder daughter was cognizant of her sisters intended elope The young wife is only U yearn of May a young man in the employ of Garrlgua on Saturday forged the firms name to a number of checks and got merchants to oasb them after banking The sura total is not but will probably reach Johnson came from Danville and had been here only six He is miss THIS M01UION It IOMIK IU Gate flefore ttio Bnpretnn Court AEiiluit toa United May supreme court of the United States today ren dered an opinion of vital interest to the Mormon in thw suit of theChurch of Iiattar Doy Saints against the United came on nn appeal from tlia decision of mprome court of Utah in favor of the United This court afUrmn that The case grows out of the pastage of the Edmunds antipolygamy law by the Furtynmth Ths ainung other dissolved the Mormon church corporation and killed ita directed the appointment of a receiver to wind up its agairs and escheated to the United States all the real estate owned by the church iu excess of which was not on the date uf the passage of the held for purposes of worship or bur Wheu the United t ider the terms of this began precrWlinga to confiscate about worth of proper y belonging to tho the Mormons immediately began suit to have the Ed munds law declared It was argued before tbe supreme court in their that by the dissolution of tbe church corporation had assumed judicial and that tbe act of the legislative assembly of Utah incorporating the church consti tuted a contract which could not be Im paired by congress under iu authority to repeal territorial It was also held that tbe doctrine of the escheat was alien to the spirit of free devotions and that it had never leen applied in this country to a church or charitable cor On the part of the United States it waa intended that congress had authority to repeal all territorial enactments that the act incoporatlng the church was invalid on an attempt to establish a religion con A ViveBonnd Prlie Hay thousand people tonight witnessed a rattling fiveround match with four ounce gloves between Peter the colored Australian champion who is to fight John SulU and Ed the champion of Col Much interest waa taken in the question of ability as against owing to tbe fact that the Colo lido man has been trained by Tbree May A farmer named with his two a girl and a were rowing on a small lake near Btaunton Saturday night when the boat was overturned and the three were The bodies were recov e JewUh May A rUrt was caused at Gaelm by Arabs pillaging Jewslih The were compelled to Interfere In order to rrston Several trary to the provision of the constitution moreover the charter should be fin nulled for abuse of the granted aa when the church corporation was dis solved there was uoone to whom to turn over the it was properly es cheated to tbe United The Mobraska Caitla BAKTA May latest phrase of the Nebraska cattle quarantine against New Mexico 13 that Governor Thayer baa sent commissioners to inves tigate tbe real state of They will arrive in the territory In a day or In the meantime large bunches of cattle from New Mexico are held up in transit awaiting thn solution of tbe Wires are being kept hot between Sautt Fe and W at Miy of todays were Her OjlCiil ami   

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