Hutchinson News, May 27, 1890

Hutchinson News

May 27, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 27, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Your Busins In The DAILY HUTCHINSON Advertise Y00r Business i IN THE DAILY IMEWSI TUESDAY MAY IN Senator Carlisle Takes His Seat in the Senator Plumb Introduces u BUI to Provide for the Purchase of Silver A Bmolntlon Offered Inttrnotlnc the Fi nance Committee to flnbmlt a State ment Showing the Dntlea Levied Under Bxlatlnc Tariff FnbUo Land A Substitute or the Origin al Package DillOther May 8B after the reading of the journal the oath of office was administered by the vice president to Carlisle as senator from Kentucky to fill Becks unexplred Plumb introduced a bill to provide for tbe purchase of silver for use as law ful money and Bald that it had been pre pared by Banker John of New Be desired it introduced with the en dorsement of John on account of hit recognized position on financial ques It also met his own approval The bill was referred to the finance com Plumboff ered a resolution Instruct ing the finance committee to prepare and report iu connection with the tariff bill a statement showing the duties levied under the existing the duties as they would be under tho house bill and the duties under the bill to be reported by the such duties be stated in parallel And especially if the committo should recommend new or the increase in existing duties to state the duties iu each case tor stock addition or Inihecouree of a discussion Sher man suggested the difficulty and even tmpossioility of the committee on finance giving the reasons for Its recommenda tion iu each of the items covered in the The reasons might be given generally but not in regard ta every He moved to strike out of tbe resolution the words In each Shermans amendment was then agreed Reagan moved to amend the reso lution so aa to require as in cases of com pound tpttciflc and ad valorem a column showing the equivalent ad valorem amount of the Allison inserted in Reagens amendment the words where practica Reagans modified as suggested oy wnj agreed Tne resolution was further amended on motion of by making it apply also to reduction of duties and as thus amended It was agreed The fenate resumed consideration ot the ap propriation Tne pending question being on Cockrella amendment to strike out the provision for construe tion of three heVvlly armed battle ships at a cost of Blair moved to amend the provi sion for the three battle ships by insert ing the following But this provision shall not be availa ble until tho government of Great Britain shall have requested by the presi dent to withdraw all her naval forces from American waters und to dismantle her naval stations in both North and South America and ia adjacent islands and bhall have declined or shall have neglected for one year so to he simply pro posed that we ahull ask Great Britain to have her hands to vacate Puget to start herself from to leave thu to quit to let the United State and North and South America and that If will not do we shall build a But she will doit Hawley said that when his good friend from New Hampshire d st offered his amendment he had thought it a fine piece of but now he was very much afraid that the senator was In He much in favor of peace as but a proposition from a nation already disarmed t Great Britain to disarm was simply There was evidently sometime in tbe history of the world when in very shame for the sake of manhood and decency and for tbe aike of God and tee of Dlstrlctof Columbia and At kins of called Hock Creek hill and the vote by which it was recent ly defeated waa reconsidered ami tbe bill was The bill Is a senate bill but was amended in various particulars by the house and will have to be returned the tenate for its After the psssage of several other bills the house The Silver May silver bill prepared by Banker John of New fork and tnroduced by Senator Plumb today directs the secretary of the treas ury to purchase monthly silver bullion to the aggregate amount of four and a half million ounces of fine silver at the mar ket but not exceeding one dollar tor grains of pure silver and to issue United States notes In payment These notes shall be legal tender for all purposes unless otherwise specified in any The aggregate amount of such notes outstanding not exceed the cost reserved on hand the the shall silver pur chase of which the notes were issued The notes shall be redeemable on de mand at the treasury or subtreasury in but the secretary of the treasury may after the expiration of two from the passage of this act prescribe circulation for the redemption of the notes on demand of holder in an imount ot silver bullion worth at the market price on the date of The face amount of the notes thus re deemed in bullion If m the discretion of the seoretiry such method ot redemption ihall be to the interest of the United The secretary shall cola a portion of the silver not than as he may deem necessary to provide for the redemption of the United States After two yeftrs the minimum coinage requirement shall be reduced to per The Oklahoma May secretary of tbe Interior has written a letter of in structions to registers and receivers of the United States land offices in Oklaho Interpreting and carrying into effect the Oklahoma approved May This net the secretary construes to apply as well to the public land strip as to that portion of the territory opened to settle ment by the presidents proclamation of April Preliminary to a mare extended series of instructions which will soon be the secretary directs as follows Parties interested in any townaite shall and you and persons without filing until the trus tees appointed shall be pi spared to Ike requests for the ootry of the lando included la any particular towMsiles with proof as prescribed ia towheite circular of July subdivision 318 for aa appli cable under section 2387 of the revised with ft duly authentic plat of survey of the land into alleys and blocks and if any already made by the inhabitants and if that fact to be If proof and plat of survey have already been made and for the application now called fur may refer to the fact and date of the transaction without reviewing tbe papers so previously the application now called for may refer to the fact and date of transaction without reviewing the papers so previously for Upon the receipt of the appli cation and the other papers that may be submitted you will forward them to this office for further with your opin ion By the first you will perceive that the trustee when appointed may approve the survey already made by inhab itanta territory to or from any foreign country such liquors when the actual and Continuous transportation of tbe same shall have be con sidered to have ceased to be the subjects of interstate commerce and bs a part of common mass of property within the state or and subject to the res pectlve pnwersnf the state or territory in respect of all police regulations of pro hibition regulation or Looking After the May following introduced by Senator btew was unanimously passed by the Ren ale today By the act ot an appro priation of wte made for topographic and for tnyeetlgaUone and anr for tne pnrpoie ot and Ilrtheactof ap propriation ot was made far topographic Btirveyn anil for Irrigation Inreetlfratlona and be It That tbe eecretarj of the Interior be directed to Inform tbe senate how much 1C any ot the money appropriated for Irrigation Investiga tion and enTveya haa been diverted lor topograph Ic aorreye and mattere connected therewith and If any aach money had been eo diverted and need to Inform the senate by what authority of law where epproptUttona are made by coogreea for several purpoeea the money appropriated for one purpose can be diverted and used for another pnrpoae lor which an appropriation Is alao made In the earns THE Reports of Standing and Special Oommlttea hey Accept the Recommendation Al lowing Women to Ait as Oca cone88C8 in the Their CommlaalonB May president today signed two commissions of worlds fair commissioners nominated by the governors of tbe various states and territorit L1QUOB IN D The at VermtlUon Parade tha Streetailbonttiiafar May the seat of tbe state there was great rejaicingto when a was to have a hearing lor a permit to sel liquor under the new prohibition law o tbe About 800 students of the university quit their classes and oaraded the street of the town with banners and shouting for Fully one half ot th students were young Some o the mottoes were as follows or will you havi the saloon T of or spirit of alco hoi In connection with the latter banne was a huge dragon and a large bottl with a snake crawling out of Ther were nearly one hundred Th streets were literally given to the Btu dents for a couple of hours and the ex citement was The protest wa intended to bean emphatic one asttal Salmer for five years has been a violatlor of the liquor Hw made for the protection of the After the p trade the case was called and Balmer secured a continuance until Tola made the sudentB angry and thus save much or under tha instructions country those lifted a people must And were the the people days out of that the out ot their warship of the al mighty Was every body Hawley tbat there was no danger that the Nicaragua Canal com pany would fail and that the United States government might have to take up the work and complete but the gov ernment could not do so A few ships stationed at either end of the line would prevent said that a year ago he via ited extremity of Puget Sound and tija capital ot British Colum He had visited the fortification at Across the bay he saw ths two formidable ships These two ships in of the pres of the secretary of the Interior the trus tees may make the survey of land into blocks and lots when The purpose of these instructions Is to save time and enable tha appointments of the trustees to take effect at as early a day as and tbe business then to proceed without in Iobllo Land May senate committed aa public lands today con cluded its consideration of the house bill to repeal the timber culture and and they took up a collection amounting to to secure legal talent Balmer says he will have tne ringlead ers arrested if they attempt to Intimidate him on Thursday and the prospects are good for a highly exciting WHO BIB TUB OBEOK A Big Payment on Whtakr Loat In the May last week Ripley gave to Stamp Deputy Petty a check for In payment for tax on Petty placed the check with others in a drawer in his At night he carried them to his residence where he kept Having no stamps at the time of the re ceipt of the check he held it for a few When he began to issue these stamps the check was came here last Friday and steps were taken to if a loss to any An indemnifying bond signed by Collector Chief Daputy Btone and Petty was given to the bank to secure it against any loss should he check have been cashed at some other point and another check The matter has just been made There is no clue to the A Kequeat from Two Colored FreMbyterlea to be Treated aa Independent Iu Ihelr Application for HlMlonarjr Aid ihe aa White Pfeabfterlea Granted After an Animated Debate Detroit Ohoien aa tha Next Place of Pres lyteriaa general assembly convened here bis The in approval f an overture from the Wisconsin eamrmed Its deliverance ot in favor if retaining the reading of the Bible in be common The report of the standing committee in publication was delivered by its chair Howard He thought that Sunday school books and lesson helps ot denominational helps were well They have organized new with teachers and Herrlck Johnson read the report of the committee on church con taining answers to overtures from many presbyteries as to points ia Presbyterian Accepted and committee dis The committee on the organization of churches was presented by dodges of relating to a request from two colored presbyteries to treated at Independent in their application for mis aionary aid the same as white presbyter Tne report of the committee on Ireedmen favored keeping them in sub ordination to the freedmens It was voted after an animated debate by 179 to grant the request of the colored The report of the committee on dea conesses was presented by Professor War Held of Piinceton a foot the claim that women served in the Apostolic church in an office similai to that of deacons and held that the may be elected and set apart in a etnuUi This is not asttpin the right di rection of giving them license to On the question of amending the torm of government ta correspond to this re pore them was opposition from Van dyke of and from of Ban moved an amend ment to the effect that the assembly udo nothing to Its previous decision that offl cert of the church must be David Bonner of paid that be thought the New Teuamem doeonotao much prohibit as exempt our sisters from bearing Crosby said that in Timothy there in the use of the Greek words proof at there wag such an office osdeacon It was voted that the recommendation the committee be excepted viz That ere be eent down to the presttyteriei Romero Riibio iays tbat all statements that the natives in Lower California iu lesgue with the and be has advices that the natives are ready to operate againstany Telegrams received state that the peopln of Cower California are a unit against the Bhbtie terera and that all fltatemenSo the con trary are false tbe dttptfches also say that there is very little complaint against the federal officials who in most Instances were sent f jom here and that Torres Is very The affair is the topic of general conversation here and causes considerable excitement Tbe better classes approve the conduct of the United States President Disz has expressed himself In favor of thelbree Americas He says anything connecting Mexico with the outer world will be national Pott of iv nat iief K JCDGB Aa Interview With Him on the May Tour correspondent called on Judge Botkln upon his return from and learned from him the following particulars of the trouble hat arose at the cimpflre of the Blue and tbe Gray in that city last Thursday even Ing town by rail and The streets are filled with visitors and nothing could ex ceed the cordiality existing between the visitors ofboth At noou the re union was opened by s national salute fired from the court house grounds and by the chimes of Pauls church which played man CommanderinChj of will arrive 8PBING WURIT ALL Probabllltlea for a Crop Never Better at Tola May have fallen In the last ten days In all parts of the They have reached north Into and have gone south into Iowa and cov ering the whole of what is known as the northwest spring wheat They reached over also into BO that Minneapolis is at present In the center of it The early seeding was done under favorable but dry weather too soon afterward caused a feel ing of with the fear that there might be a repetition in the Dakotas of last years crop There were a tow dixaged but reports of enoe of a conflict occurring In Bering sea would sweap the coast of tbe Pacific from Puget Sound to Lower Cal ifornia and no min could say He realized the force of what a Brit ish officer that Eikemou held a pis tol at tbe head of Bin Francisco and ev ery port oa the PiolBo It was to avoid that state ot things that the com mittee on appropriation had reported the There were some British ships that to day overcome every ship Blairs amendment was and then the vote was taken on Cock rella amendment to strike out the pro vision for tue three bat MB It was agreed yeas nays The billms then Mitchell offered a resolution which was agreed ta Instructing tbe committee On pensions to report an amend mmt to the pension laws so aa to provide in a more liberal manner for the minor children and dependent relatives of deceased The senate then THE HOUSE H May The house was called to order by Clerk and on motion of Chairman Plumb reported to the senate a substitute The bouse mea sure wag while tbe senate committee bill Is a voluminous document relating to deseitland and town site entries as The bill to repeal the timber culture act of 1878 except as to the state ot Ne braska and all acts supplementary thereto with provisos that no valid rigUs under the act shall be disturbed that entries made In good faith may be proved and paid for at the rate of an acre and that no land acquired under tbe terms of the bill shall become liable for debts contracted prior to the issuing of noal certificate The act of 1877 making provision for the sale ot the desert lands as amended by tbe addition of five sections govern ing the issue of patents for lands to be Irrigated and giving parties the right to associate together in tbe construction of irrigating canals and The bill lands of the United States Bhall be offered at pnb liosate except abandoned military or other reservati ms Isolated and discon nected fractional tracts and mineral and specially authorized to be sold by Have Beaohed an WASHINGTON May conferees on the customs administration bill have reached aa The law to tikefleet on but section providing for the appointment of the nine general appraisers ia to go into effect at Opposed to Secret May United Brethren at near are bitter ly opposed to secret societies in any form A few of the more liberal gave the Granc Army post permission to hold exercises in their house both morning and evening A mob surrounded the entered the tore down the flag and threw Sowers and of the windows Ogdenltesarein town today to the ringleaders to j Borrows of Michi toot chair Candidate fur May urgent solicitation of friends throughout th Fifth district exGovernor Harvey this county has decided to become a can didate for The Republican o this city will tomorrow announce its endorsement ot bis Atahlaoa Ooauty May Cllf chairman of the Democratic con greaalonal committee of the First district issued a call for a meeting of th commlttflsatAtohleoaiJune th purpose of arranging a date for holdin The Attachment No May attachmen obtained in R suit the tlonal bank of was vacate by Judge Ltwrence of the suprem to on the ground that attach ments national banks cannot b secured iu court The Orlflnal f aukace WASIUMOTOK May Wilson of from the committee on judiciary to day reported the following bill aa a substitute for the original package liquor billnowiunder consideration In the sen ate al May Th stock for the new academy was all sul scribed and in nicety day Sylvia will have an academy in full ope Freeman academy faculty com Ing here to take charge of the new in The May tl the commitfhallbe tawsported from one Hate overture for such change in tbe form government as Would allow deacon acdly prayer setting them apart or their The chairman announced lit the nominating committee on revls n bad come to uninimous decision and at tlm nnms would be given this even jt Committee on a concf na us creed for all e reformed and Presbyterian rburobep as The following ointed on a committee to confer with her denominations a to cooperation etween weak churches In small fields Tba May second wees the great Baptistanniversaries opened with the fiftyeighth annual meet g of the American Baptist Some Mis on Tbe annual report of tb xecuttve board showed gratifying prog ess in The receipts for the ear were Tbe treamireta re ort showed all debts paid aud in he The society has never be ore been in sogoodafloaneal condition superintendent f missions west of de cribed the new territory of OkHhnma tt is the Benjamin of our he and full ot Already lere are bonafldo The Cherokee Strip on theuorth will noon be pen to Alresdy tbe Presby erlans are organizing colonies to go in a soon as it is He urges the Baptists to be ready to go The nominating committee reported as ollowe Klngsley of Vice Nelson Blake Massachusetts Porter of Penn of New The Southern May waa announced in the general conference of he church south this of was aken sick on Thursday and was sent to Luke where he died last The conference received a communlca ion from the Reform Asaopla on addressed to the bjahops and dele calling their attention to the ques lonot divorce and asking some inch as would aid in the elevation of pub 10 action on tbe Samuel Rcdgers of Baltimore prepared and pro sented a response in the formot areto The resolution was that the Methodist Episcopal church south recog nized but one the scriptural cause of di vorce and It will rejoice in the day when the laws of all states accord with the law of the church In tbe I arrived In Paris Monday morning in obedience to a mandate from the United States district court to testify as a wit ness on tbe trial of tbe murderers of Sheriff Cross and Soon after my arrival I was informed that there would be a campUre of the Blue and the Gray at thn opera house on the following etfen Ing and tbat I was expected to There are over400 exUalon soldiers in but less than twenty of them be long to the On Tuesday when we assembled the meeting was opened by a speech from an ex Confederate of the Kigth Texas who spoke for twenty but who wound up bis speech by saying in suuitance inat IhU nation produced during the late war two of the greatest statesmen ihe world ever Jefferson Davis ana Abraham ttud mat the boys in mue migat well oe proud that the Im mortal Lincoln would no down in history side by side with the grand and Immor uil JelferBun The next speaker Was Joseph Waters jf woo in reply to Longs tematka stated in that it wai once in a whilu for us to eat a little and for his part he rather relished t little li then came my turn to 1 scolded the ex Uuion soldiers a little for not supporting the post and scolded the post fur their resolution not to observe Decoration and not being hungry lur crow ana never having BptciaDy when seasoned with the Jtlf Davis 1 alluded to the remarks of in these words 1 am sorry that the distinguished gentleman who opened tbe meeting saw at to compare Davis tmu Than came a storm of which was not paitic pated in by Texas getse but oy Kansas vipers As soon as this dad I said in conclusion All hat i nave Co say is that tbe man is not a Me subject for the same kind of immor with Abraham Lincoln who was responsible tor the starvation of thous ands of Uuion soldiers at Anderaonville and at At this point about fivesixths of the audience arose to their some started or the door and others approached the dtage and I took my Cook of Hugoton was the next speaker to follow and charmed bis audi tince by saying 1 am an exUnion soldier but will not permit any exConfederate in his regard and veneration for Lincoln out do me in my reepect and vener for Jefferson While tbe audience was applauding Cookn love for Jeff Davis I took advantage of the QiUrity and got out of Wren the f aria Timtf came out the next Hay this wan ita verdict upon But for one baee slanderer tbe meetlnc would have been a harmonious harm were generally found to be exag They wero rather the results of fears than ot actual After the wheat was all in the ground and very much of it had begun to rains fell in northern portions and In the Still there was a great middle reaching from a little west of Minneapolis through to the Mis souri that needed moisture few wind storms at that time disturbed the seed In some but as compared with last yeata damage from similar causes the barm was not impor Within the last week rain has fallen in all There Is no place now suffering with The surface was moistened several days and warm weather coming on at the same the crops war have since gone I It is not too much to say that the soil is In better condition to grow a full crop of small grain than it wae in any former yearin a long There does not seem tobethelaast cause for alarm that the CRIME AND MisBOurl Farm iioorer Found In a Dying Ue a Family But From of Detection Takes a Robbery Pnppoeed to Boon tho of tho CammlMlon of the GrimeWhen Aeked Concerning tho MlMlac PoopU Bittd Thor Were VlaltlngFftosda In an Adjoining De Old Aetualn KANSAS May special from Bays John 60 years of laborer on the farm of Jeff wag found in the public park tlui morning nearly dead from the of a dose of strychnine token with suicidal He was given medical assistance and will Soon afterward a farmer living in the vicinity of the Moore farm reported the ducovery there of the dead bodies of Jeff Moore and his ton He also re ported the place who had attempted auiclde was suspected of the crirao and the farmer who reported the crime was taken before him and identic rd him aa the laborer on the Moore The Moores had been mlestng for some time and when Williamson was asked where they had gone he said they were visiting friends In the adjoining The Moores had been poisoned with strychnine and It Is supposed Williamson committed the crime intending to rob them and finding nothing of value and fearing detection attempted to commit The doctors say he will He Is now Under re started rapidly and beyond wheat will not havo sufficient There are only two dangers to be met in the future of the Ooe is the poa nibiUty of the other of the hot winds with too much moisture when the kernels are There has been no time in many years that the prospect has been better at this season for a large grain crop than The probabilities all favor The New Will Not Gonntenanoe Lot May new territorial officials demonstrated for the first time to day that they did not pro pose to countenance lot Act ing upon the advice of Governor and Attorney city marshal had removed from a lot Dick the lot jumper and his tent which he had erect ed during the interval of the removal of one building and tho commencement of the erection of another upon the Governor Steele starts around the ter ritory to morrow in a carriage to visit the various county seats and appoint the county A courier just arrived from the iowa village reports that several more Indians have signed the treaty and it Is now al most certain to go DIED OF Dor of leare Who Wan Bitten by a Strange May Little Joseph Duphiny ot Pine Central Falls died recently of hydrophobia In great Tie case has excited great ainoutf medical who was 8 years while on his way home from an errand at a store waa bit by a hound that knocked htm down severely on the left and A physi md pleasant occasion la that same iauuo of tbe same pspar there was a card published by Joseph Waters of John Hall of Ken and nine ot their Hugoton m which they characterized my remarks on Jeff Oivia as a speech an long as men are was coarse and I can only say that If the people and bit him eyelid cian cauterizitl the wounds soon after and the boy apparently was all right and went to A day or two later while in the school room he had a severe headache and was He went home and rapidly grew At night be was seized with barked like a frothed at the mouth and wss so violent that several men had hard woik to restrain Worn out with his struggles nedled next morning Whom the dog belonged to la not but it is believed it is the same animal that bit several other child ren on the streets the same day it at tacked of thu south and their sympathizers in Kansas want harmony with they must not rub Jeff Davis under my I wtll not be a hypocrite nor a sycophant oven in I have not seen the dispatches sent out rpm Paris by the Uugoton crowd to the Kansas City and other but was told on the train today that It is re ported that I qsed vulgar and profane language in my I did use the word damn once In connection with tesomtlonsof post of not to observe Decoration day and when I did so use It everybody in the house ap plauded so that the charge Is an after consideration that our Kansas Democrats who are down thereon trial for murder may be let down easy from their endorse ments of Jeff Davis and enlist sympathy from the ranks of the defunct confeder Opposed to Bankers and THE President Dlai Plaeva Little Importance ID the CITY at May speaking of the filibustering move ment In LoweiCahfomia told the Asioci ated Press correspondent that be placed little He knew that the United States Government would not allow neutrality to be violated and tho Mexieai Government would protect her It was sufficient for Lower California to repel any in 1 TheSecreUryof the Emanuol May 80 fol lowing resolutions were adopted at the last meeting of the county Farmers Alliance held at Tongaooxla That ito Paroera AiMance of Leaventtorth will ait eupport anj or congrma or the United Statea matte who la an officer of aaj national bank or a And that notice be served Republican and Democratic parties and that thes rexilutltma be given to the for The Kngllth Grain Market May 20 Mark Lane Ex prut in its weekly report of the grain trade BUB English wheat lost its tone under a reduced iiquiry und Increased Foreign wheats declined The lessoned shipments from America HaokevlUe May Free Methodist quarterly confer ence held at this was well at Hopley shipped a car load ot hogs to Kansas City on the 19ih A little 8 year old eon of Car fell and broke his arm between the wiist and elbow on the He Is doing as well as could be expected under the care of Mack and Demp Hibbs and Sparks and spent a day rusticating on the Rattlesnake river quite Some of the aoakfld out quite a good many fishes while others caught They all re port a general good and Jay Plnney and others attended court at Johntbls John Turner has opened a new stock of groceries and provisions in the build ing south of the where be will be pleased to accommodate the public with anything In 1m Quite a number of strangers from dif ferent states are in this part ot the coun try and business in general it A gentle shower of ram fell Friday which is beneficial to small grain and other Stafford county is favored with fine prospects tor good crsps of all Owing to the cool weather for the last three the com is not quite as advanced as It waa at this season last It Is a good color and how and with favorable weather and proper there will ba a large Treasurer Peattea KANSAS May 26 committee appointed by the city to investi gate the condition of the city treasury made a report to The committee reported that there waa missing from the treasury and asked for further time to determine who Is responsible for the Treasurer Penke or other employes In the Further time was Chief C erk Horace McKim has been relieved from duty by the committee pending a more com plete Our grain buyers are shipping large quantities of last years for which they pay twenty and twentyfive cents per rlegroea Mfy New to tha Gazette that Harrison Talloaand his two respect able and inoffensive negroes living near Woodruff were assas sinated at their home early this morning by unknown supposed to be ne groes Much indignation is At a large citjzenBmeetlng held nereto day resolutions d denounc ing the outrage and calling on Governor to offer a big reward for tho appre heuelon of the guilty Acqaltted of GIIAND May who has already served one year for the killing of Michael iu Wyoming August was acquitted last night on the second Macard and his brother quarreled with and guns were In the fight OHara was Macard WM convicted of butafter serving one year of bis seven sen tence was granted a new Ha tha Murderer KANSAS May special to tha Star says A man supposed to be the alleged murderer of is probably under arrest at Gawker The authorities received a dis patch from an officer at Cawker City de scribing the man thought to be Benson andaskedfor He wag wired to arrest the counterbalanced b ocreane la the from Otta and barlev are Cora has fallen The supplies are Blna and tba NBW May Pioay special saya Since yesterday visitors to the Blue and Gray reunion have been tbronging Into Dlghton May light rain fell nearly all over this county Friday and Friday not as much we but enough to help out a good Crops are in very fair con dition and with no further setback shall make a iplendld Court was la session last celebrated Greeley county water worcs case was sent here on a change of venue and was decided in favor of the defend Toe Farmers Alliance has DOW got down to work in dead earnut and pro pose to start an Alliance store uniew s me of merchants aqrept tbetr which art a bull ot ten per cent en all The fact that no one fit to open up package store speakt well for the aobrtety and tampemuw ot our Fatally May Bhaper waa fatally hurt tonight about half put eight oclock by off ct the north bound freight 00 at eleven milea south of on tbe Kanau City and Pacific He was a passenger and tbe conductor told him to wall the train but be rlld 8ur Hildeman boa gone ordet to attend to the fleaol NEW May A it not guilty was entered by counsel in the court of general sessions this afternoon on behalf of Juliua Cel Cnckeiell and James Graham of the World who are indicted charged with criminal libel against exJudga Henry tre at May Winters at tba second Latonla Wood ;

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