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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 30, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                It will Pay You to Your Business In Advertise The DAILY HUTCHINSON Advertise Your Businessil IN THE OAILV nEWSI FRIDAY MAY ORIGINAL They Will be Made Butiervleiit to the Laws of the Several The Senate Taken the Initiatory In Undoing the Decision of the Supreme They had been separated some A parlor social was ID progress at the Hawkins called his wife out and stabbed her to death with a Ha said he killed her for some smart talk and because she would not return to the social by way of the front THB Meeting of the Senate Finance Committee to Consider the May full attend was 80 years unmarried and a la borer working at pile The po lice say that who is thought to struck the fatal is one of the most hardened ruffians in An Amended Form of the Wilson Bill Passed by a Large ate Oommlttee on Finance Discuss the McKlnley Tariff Majority and Minority Beport will Probably be Pre of the House Other May presiding officer Ingalls presented a message from the president with a communica tion from the secretary of the interior recommending an appropriation to con tinue negotiations with the Cherokee and other Indiana for the cession of Referred to the committee on Indian On motion of Spooner it was or dered to morrow being Decoration the adjournment to day shall be till Monday an amendment to make it Saturday oflereU by Sherman being voted nays Teller introduced tbe following joint which was laid on the table and ordered printed that is is the determined policy of the United States government to use both gold and silver as full legal tender money under the ratio now existing in the United or which may hereafter bi estab lished by the United States alone or act ing in accord with other Tho senate bill subjecting imported liquors to the provisions of the laws of the several states was taken the ques tion being on the following substitute by Gray to the substitute re ported from the judiciary committee That fermented or distilled or intoxi cating liquors transferred as an article of or brought into any state or to any point of such for consumption or sale shall nut be nor shall the owner or person in possession thereof be ex empt from the or tbe police or taxing power of such state or territory affecting or applicable to all other like property by reason of ORIGINAL PACKAGES AX TOPKKA Eight af the Men Engage din the Business Have Been May Wilk accompanied by his visited all the original package bouses this LEE IN The Monument to the Confederate General Unveiled The Largest Crowd Ever Known to bo Within the Limits of tho City of 1OO Original pauaagw UUUBUB fcuiD ance of the members of the senate ftn mornlngi except those which were opened ance committee was present this morni ing when the tariff bill was call up for Carlisle took his seat at the foot of tbe Democratic side of the table and entered into the discussion with earnest such liquors being In the original pack ages of importation or transportation as subjects of interstate or foreign com Grays amendment waa agreed to Vest moved to amend the substi tute just adopted by making it apply to fresh hams and po and argued that U the bill was to become it should not be confined to intox icating Tbe committee had disposed ot four of tbe 129 pages of the measure when the hour of 12 oclock arrived and the question of future meetings was broached Senator Sherman in speaking on the subject advocated daily sessions nf ten houra duration in order to complete the bill for report to the senate at tho earliest practicable The suggestion met with opposition from both Senator Carlisle said he wanted to be frank on the while perfectly willing to set ten hours a day discussing the bill he believed it would be a waste of time and all the time the committee had so far spent on the measure he believed to have been wasted by reason of the conditiona under which it was Senator Vorheea stated that the place for discussion on a tariff bill was in the senate and he coincided with Senator Carlisle in his The Republican he wanted a tariff constructed on the lines of The Demo crat party wanted a bill on the lines of The way to do was for the ma jority of the Republican member of the committee to agree upon their bill and the Democrats to do the if In their judgment the report of the minority measure was deemed Senators Jones and Morrill spoke in a similar strain and then Sena tor Hiacock moved that a sub committee on each side be appointed to prepare such a schedulers wouldbe advocated by its party on the floor of the The Republican as fast as it prepared its to submit them to the Democratic sub tbe latter furnish its schedule to the Repub lican This motion was The committee will meet again Sntur and served injunction pro ceedlngs on the agents and the owners of the restraining them from continuing the traffic or allow ing it to be continued in their and eight of the men engaged in the business have been All but May refused to give bond and expect to be released in a few days by a writ of habeas corpus issued this afternoon by Judge One of the prisoners said that they would all act as a unit and the faith of one would be the fate of The arrested men are agent for Hopkins at 417 Kansas avenue and his em ployes Bain and This was the first package house opened in agent for tbe Anheusier Busch Brewing at 525 Kansas avenue Landis agent for a Milwaukee at 117 East Seventh street agent for Bill at the old corner of Crane and Madison streets agent at 520 Kansas avenue and his employe here is Warrants were also issued for at 130 North Kansas avenue Zimmerman at 013 Kansas avenue and at the old corner of Sixth and right white he holds the reins in his The feet are well set in the the right foot being slightly in advance of the The engineer selected to execute the work of the association was a comparatively young who was chosen because he baa com pleted at small cost some works of con siderable The atreeu Jammed with Visitors From all parts of the Orator of the Day Compelled at to Suspend Bin Remarks While the Hnltltnde who Wore the Gray and Olrll The Exer May monument of Robert Lee was unveiled Archer Anderson was the orator of the Every point in Andersons address was greeted with warm applause and several times he was obliged to sus pend his while the crowd The Blue aad the NEW May third yesterday suffering from sev eral stab wounds in tbe He said he received the injuries during a fight with JohnSplrtto at 18 Baxter sMeel Saturday They had been arguing over which was the handsomest when Spirlto answered Couchis elo quence with a Vestis amendment was disagreed Wilson ot Iowa offered a substitute for Grays amendment providing that liquors transported into any state or territory for consumption or or shall on their arrival be subject to the operation and effect of the laws of such state or enacted in the exercise of its police and shall not be exempt therefrom by reasons of there being introduced in the original It was decided to grant a hearing to the representatives of the importers next The Democratic mem bers of the committee will not formu late a but express their views in a report upon the schedules prepared by the Republican A Wild Illinois Tale ot May exciting inci dent of the maddog epidemic now alarming the people of Fulton county oc curred near Breeds Station yesterday af Johu Ryno was driving to bis home at When within a few miles of town he heard the pounding of hoof sand a squealing stream of green saliva was running from her her eyes and nostrils were widely and she was giving vent to horrid as if in agony or Ryno plied the lash on bis which waa trembling and whinning with But the mad brute galued and in a few momenta was bitting and snap ping at the wheels of the buck at Ryno and the A Peoria and Western train ap peared in sight and the mad mare jumped the fence and chatted the flying train tor some She toll in a fit and was Kustis moved to amend Wil tons amendment by inserting the words excepting there be Ryn pe followed he cheered again and At the close of bis address Joseph Johnson arose from his seat behind the orators and leaving the plat form walked toward the On either side walked an exConfederate from the Soldiers Joseph Marion White and His progress was greeted with continuous Reaching the monumant ha took In band the long rope which held the white veil about the A little pressure and the veil parted and falling on either side disclosed tae beautiful out lines of the As they came into view a shout went up from the assemblage in volume so great that it almost drowned the boom ot the In a minute the whole assemblage had broken from the ranks and wag flocking about the base of the statue cheering and toasine hats and anything into tho crowd on the platform responded with cheers and weaving of handkerchiefs and The scene here to day in connection with the ceremonies Incident to the un veiling ot the was unprecedented in the annals of this historic From early morning till night the tap of the drum and the tramp of soldiers forcibly reminded the older citizens of the stirring days of Never were there BO many people gathered within the gates of the Never were decorations so Never were there so many old veterans and organizations on the streets in time of Never were there such genu ine and general enthusiasm over any While thousands of flags were wafted to the breeze the national flag was of Picayune Vicksburg The veterans of the Blue and Gray were banqueted at the Champion hall and Bast Point From Boat Point in tbe evening the two trains containing BOO persona left Vicksburg for Champion two others from Jackson and way points also brought in an immense crowd and the people of that neighbor hood were also assembled there making an audience of at least per Frank Johnson of delivered a highly appropriate address ot F Lee responded very handsomely for the Federal veter Hooker followed with an expressive oration of the most pathe tic After dinner the people again assembled at the speakers stand and were addressed by Governor Lee and Othel whose remarks breathed the highest spirit of patriotism and received enthus iactic applause At the cere monies of the day were over and soon afterwards the crowd began to The day passed off without an unusual incident and could not been better con Winners at Kansas KANSAS May Third days inaugural meeting of the North western Central Trotting The weather track fast First class trotting purse Playbo Loui is 8 Csptsin 1 I 3 4 Frank 3 4 5 2 B Time Second for all trotting purse Black 1 I 1 Charley 1 J 8 5 First 3 2 8 Tlmo aiSiX Third class pacing purse Flossie A YOTJNO MAN FROM Remarkable Business Transactions Said to Have ttcen Brought to May stir has been created In business circles in FiecataquU county by some extraordinary transac just come to carried on by a young business It is said that he early in the spring made a trip visiting New and several western and in each place pur chased a large amount of goods of various amounting in value to some He secured itiasaid as the ostensible representative of a large manufacturing concern in Piscata quis county having a first class Among the things purchased was an electric light plant costing some for his village oeveral thousand dollars worth of elegant furniture large quantities of merchandise that could be easily disposed The goods were shipped and arrived la due His local on learning of these extensive purchases attached the goods in some cases for their and when the news of these proceed ings reached some of the New York and Boston firms they immedi ately sent their agents to Fiscataquls county to It was found that large quantities of the goods bad been sent away and could not be The agent of one Boston house traced three carloads ot goods to where they had been addressed to a fictitious The agent and an attorney from Dover arrived bere and an in vestigation found the valued at some sidetracked The company refused to give them up at but the casa laid befort the attorneys for the Maine Central Wilson and Wood and on their recommendation the THE GARFIELD The President and Party Arrive Safely at The Roar of Cannon and the Cheers of Fifty Thousand People Wel come Thorn to the i i i 4 3 i a 1 4 JOB Time sons substitute for Grays amend ment and It was 23 Tbe bill was then 44 Nays It reads That all distilled or other intoxicating liquors or liquids trans ported into any state or territory for sale or storage on arrival in such state or or re maining be subject to the oper ation and effect of the laws of such state or territory enacted in the exercise of the police power to the same extent and in the same manner as though such liquors had been produced in such state or and shall not be exempt therefrom by reason of being introduced In original package or Vorhees moved to amend the title by making it read A bill to overrule the decision of the supreme court of the United States in its interpretation of the constitution on the subject of commerce between the several states and thereby to relieve tbe state ot Iowa from the conse quence ot her own misguided legisla Tbe amendment was rejected yeas nays The title was amended on motion of Wilson so as to read A bill ti limit the effect of the regulations of commerce between the several states and with the foreign countries in certain The river and harbor appropriation bill was received from the house and re ferred to the committee on After a brief executive session the senate adjournad until THE HOUSE May house to in committee of the laid aside favorably the following public building after much discussion Sioux Kansas The then the agricul tural bill and the house adjourned until i The McKlnley May Plumb crea Deposed as an amendment to the bill the bill Introduced by nim far the appointment of a permanent customscommission to investigate and report on all matters affecting the HANGED AT Benjamin Hawkins Pays the Death Pen alty or Wife Murder at May Hawkins was hanged at the jail in this city at The crime for which Hawkins today suffered the death pen alty was the murder of his in South Washington on the night ot March He was nearly 30 years On the fatal night he went to a house on Virginia ave where his wife bad with m whom he believed to have caoon jtjfes Ullltary May following orders were promulgated at military headquarters yesterday Hospital Steward George hos pital now at Fort is transferred for temporary duty at Fort he will relieve Hos pital Steward John about to be discharged for The leave of absence for seven days recently granted to First Seventh at Fort Leav is extended twentythree Young is relieved from tempo rary duty as assistant to the chief quar termaster at those to take effect May and will report to his commanding The chief quarter master compliments him very highly on his service in the department and on tho competent manner In which he dis charged his duties pertaining to the re moval ot the and suggests tbat he shows a special aptitude for work in the quartermasters in which suggestion the department com mander Leave of absence for one month is granted to First Eighth cavalry Second Fourth and Second and to Second Ninth to take effect on the conclusion of the ex amination at the United States infantry and cavalry school at Fort The unexecuted portion of the sentence in the case ot Military Prisoner late private troop Seventh cav is remitted on recommendation of the officers under whom he is now serv constantly beat her in the face with his dav how knot close to The It trulT a WHifeUerate bow she kept close to The people of Breedswere horrified at Rynos and dogs are slaughtered without regard to It la feared that much valuable farm stock has been bitten by rabid Met to Restore May general pass enger agents of the western railroads met today and agreed to restore passen ger rates June to the basis in effect December subject to auoh tariff changes as has been made by tbe TransMissouri Associ ation in that It is understood that the TransMissouri Association will meet at once and order a restoration of rates from the Missouri river to Colorado In accordance with the under standing reached by the presidents the new passenger agreement becomes effec tive at once and is absolutely binding upon the members tor sixty alter which any road desiring to withdraw must give thirty days notice of its inten Bho Tried to Hang HerseU In the NEW May 9 oclock as the presence pf the many Confed killed his Tha tragntly waa witnessed by hundreds of people The mob pursued the murderer and but for the timely interference ot the military would have lynched Bfurdered In a Drunken May lot of drunken men were assembled in the liquor store of Mathieaen at Second street and Willow early yesterday and at 4 oclock sever al of them began The fighters were Joseph ot 140 Madison street Tom a notorious Hobo ken thief who had not long been out of jail James ot 83 Monroe and Frank Morky of 02 Wil low John ot 56 Willow who was inter ferred iii the brawl as a The fighting was stopped and soon the four men who had been making the dln turbance went out in the street A few minutes afterward Denning also left He had hardly got outside the oor before some one of the four who bad preceded him struck him a heavy blow over the head with a piece of solder Denning fell to the ground heavi Then some said to be kicked him brutally in the and the ruffians went away and left their victim lying on the pavement He revived shortly and crawled to the rear entrance to the liquor where he was found and taken Into the In side he saw his who had re but he soon relapsed Into insen They rubbed him for some who la thought to be the one who struck htm with the recommending tbat a glass of whisky be given his As ho did not an ambulance wan As it dashed up to the door Fleasy disap The Dollce arrested Carroll and Denning died in Mary hospital at 1 without recovering He yesterday morning Annie 35 of street and Third attempted to hang herself at the corner of Ninth avenue and Seventeenth Annie threw a piece of clothesline over a tying a noose in one calmly informed a crowd of chil dren who were watching ber that she was going to aad sticking her head in the noose prepared to She was arrested and committed for examin ation as to her sanity by Justice Hogan in Jefferson Market police The WouldBe BKurderer NBW May Ro the Italian blacksmith who at tempted to murder his wife and mother inlaw and to commit at his on the top floor of the tenement house at 27 Mulberry on Sat urday will at least tbat ia His who are in an Murder at May the streets were thronged with the people to night who had been to the reception of Governor who is making a tour ot the there occured a terrible tragedy on Roberts the principle thoroughfare of the Joe Walsh and MoNeal became erate veterans camps and the airs played engaged in a quarrel over a disputed by the bands pertainiiig to the lost caus Walsh was armed with a Win fully attested It and this was emphasized Chester rifle and withjt he shot and by the many manifestations ot delight that they brought forth from the crowds all along the The house ol the Confederacy and tbe governors though not in the line of were attractively decor and Lees residence on the most fashionable thoroughfare of the city was beautifully adorned and specially honored by passing tbe colors of the various organizations being dipped in many heads were When tbe statue was unveiled the crowd in the vicinity was es timated at Those who participated in the procession numbered There were strangers in tbe city during the A brilliant display of fireworks took place the most striking feature being representations of the equestrian statue of Lee and pictures of Jefferson Davis and Stonewall The monument is situated on the Allen plat in the west and in the direct line of the most fashionable residence The monument Is planted at the inter section of two wide avenues on the sum mit of the ascending It is en closed in a circle of 200 feet in diameter with a street 655 feet in width on each so that the distance through the area from building line to build goods were given over to the who reshipped them to Sheriff Poole of Piscataquis attached several car loads ot these goods to satisfy tho lo cal and It la said pay the some on the same in order to get them from tbe railroad An attorney in this city and one in Dover have been engaged in looking up the goods purchased of aome of the Some of the firms purchased from are not yet aware of the New Lluofrom toulsvlllo to Indianapolis May The recent deal by which the New Al bany and Chicago railway was secured to the Pennsylvania shutting off all competition between Louisville and has caused the preliminary arrangements to be made for the build ing of a line from Louisville to Indian a distance of 110 At a meeting of the new to be held the 1st week in Morris McDonald of New farmerly with the Air it is be made president of the new It is said by parties who know that the Big Four is behind the en BAIHFAKM AT Shocking Discovery by Humane Society Officers on tbe OntsklrtA of tho May of the humane society have unearthed a baby farm in the outskirts of the city where the infamous practlc3 la being carried on The which is located in a couple of dilapidated rooms at 115 Elmoie is in charge of a The invest were accompanied by a istrict physician of and the results were most Four nutscouringB of Humbsera and Hills iyingin were Three other babies were found in the and all were removed to more wholesome The police will make a thorough NO MO KB COT The Q Will Bestore Passenger Bates After June May local agent of th Q has received official notification that passenger rates will be restored to their former figures on June None of the agents ot the other roads have as yel received similar Ilustness and Children Thronfi the WayCheerlnjt and Waving Their The Police mens Task of Keeping the Passage Clear to the Carriage Kntjranoe a Hard Dedicatory Services to Begin at 3 Oclock May roar of cannon and tbe cheers of people welcomed President Harrison and Vice President Morton to Cleveland this after Business men stood upen the do pot platforms and street corners and waved their vrnrking men gathered at the windows of factories and house wives stood in their doorways and saluted the nations executive and school children swarmed along the railway tracks and waved the American Hag as the presidents train rushed on to its des The monster demonstration at the union crowned the tri umphal entry into the inte rior of the depot had been transformed by gay bunting and bright It waa gaily decorated with streamers of white and blue hung from the rear near the and held in place by bright colored When the train stopped there was a grand rush for the rear Outside tbo gates the space wan packed with and it was no easy task for a squad of policemen to keep open the passage from the main gate to the car riage The first to great the party was ex President The president shook hands with the expresident and several other gentleman were then escorted to hie Tbe police had great dlIII culty in Keeping the passage open and when the presidents paity passed along the crowd closed in driving the police before As the president stepped into his car riage there waa a mighty roar and cheer tallowed In advance of the carriage doing es cort duty were tho dashing cavalrymen of the Fifth Cleveland As the bugle sounded the advance the troopers dashed off at a brisk Behind in the first carriage were President Har exPresident Hayes and In the second carriage were Vice President exGovernor Mayor Gordon and Secre tary Lee Parsons and Holden were seated in the third and in tha fourth were Postmaster General Martha Attorney General Miller and Everett occupied the fifth carriage and Secretary the At Bonds street the escort wheeled and led the distinguished visitors up to and along Euclid avenue past decorated blocks and residences until the home of Ella was Here the escort opened order and the carriage passed be tween the lines ot The party then Presi dent Harrison and Marshal the guests of alighted and the carnages rolled away to the various E May The what the hospital phj wife and adjoining are not seriously and will recover in a few Romano made a statement yesterday acknowl edging the ing line Is 880 The pedestal of the monument consists of two paita which may be termed the base and the pedestal The base is a rect angle with the surface inclined upward to a parapet around which six founda tions are located upon which statues of Lees generals may hereafter be In the interior of the group on another incline surface leads upwards to the pedestal Here the transition from the straight lines of the rectangle to the graceful curves ot a cyllnterac form have been very skillfully harmon ized by the The change is not policed and upon the front and rear are seen in oval space upon wbich base re lief es are surrounded by a tracery in the granite of the the ivy and the Above is a lions head as If ready for battle with a pose of courage Miller says Tbe flour out put list week was The Hour market is still extremely dull and Bales are reduced to the Mid dlemen appear to have no confidence in the present values and even it conces sions are made it is doubtful if any con siderable Increase in sales could be ef Millers are therefore maintain ing prices pretty asking perhaps 5 lOc less than a week Foreign trade is as light as a few bakers be ing about the only grade that it it possi ble to sell at Fire at May block of frame buildings bounded by Com mercial and Waller streets was destroyed by fire this The block was occupied by cheap lodging beer halls sind Two hundred out of 800 inmates of the block barely escaped with their It Is thought at least five The Feake KANSAS May the houses where the occupants were to be Tonight the president was tendered an Informal reception at the open to the public and a pull and a rush was the The dedicatory sermon at the Garfleld memorial will begin at 3 oclock tomor row and if the weather is pleasant there will be at least strangers in the Fighting for Fish at NEW May proceed ings will be instituted today by Howard as fish warden of Lake Hoptacong New Jersey on be half of the dwellers along the shores of that charming little body against the American Forcite a branch ot the Standard Oil engaged in manufacturing explosives and commercial Some time ago complaint was made against the Forcite company because the sludge emptied from the works into tbe ScotchIrish May second ScotchIrish congress of America opened here A thousand delegates were present from all parts of the United States and Robert Bonner of New president of the called the congress to Gourley welcomed the Governor Beaver followed and waa responded to by President Bleotlon of NEW May directors of the Atlantic and Pacific railroad met this afternoon and elected the following of ficers Chairman of the Board of Directors George council met tonight the matter came up of the mayors suspension from office of the defaulting city A resolution sustaining tbe suspension and declaring Peake removed was No criminal proceedings have aa yet been begun against Declared May election of 8t Die where Picot defeated Jules Ferry was declared invalid by tbe chamber of deputies The inbred by conscious On the sides are four columns appearing to support the great but between wbich a bronze tablet appears witn the name of Lee glid ed beneath a laurel The pedesUl and base are of white the col umns dark The height of the ped estal is forty foot and a few inches and that of the statue slightly more than twenty making the total height about sixty one feet above tbe The Merci of who has immortalized Lee in is a Frenchman who In early life gave evi dence of great He was scarce 20 years of age when be was His famous works adorn the streets of Paris and the halls of tbe L Buxemburg He has given to the world the picture of Lee as he appeared upon tbe battlefield of His facets calm and majestic but full of The horse he bestrides has all four feet on the yo he appears as If in tbe act of A fore foot is plant ed in advance while the hind foot on the same side seems about to The head is slightly bent to one side while tbe tall rails gracefully clear of the Lees drees is characteristically The body la flirt with a sash which presumablyhides a belt from which swings the nword of a cavalry He Is with out epauleU but on the forearm First VicePresident and Bernbart General Second Robin General The new officers all represent the Atchison Lake killed all the took action i A qrand jury agreed to cease pouring poisonous Quids Into the The Take was restocked with fish by the residents at considerable Recently it waa suspected that the company was again impregnating tbe water with deleterious Fish Warden Frotbingham mad a test on Sat urday by drawing crates of live fish through the water near the companys All the fish were The color of tinted paper and coth dipped in the water was also changed by the acidulous Then it was decided to proceed legally against the which In turn is expected to make a bit ter An Appeal May writ of habeas corpus was tried teday in the original package case before District Judge Thompson in The de who had been selling beer in original bad been arrested and plead guilty before the police judge and tendered an appeal which the po lice judge refused to accept and refused the The police court waa re versed and appeal Wife Husband Mc Pherson was stabbed on Friday night in front of his Washington by Albert G a beer wagen who had followed McPber on and her Bister on the street and in ulted on arrivr ng informed her who rushed out and engaged in an altercation with during wbich the stab bing Gwinner but was captured last McPherson is likely to Decision May Forecast un til 8 For Kansas southwesterly and Cooler I ofthe coat sleeve and fair broad His hat crushed in his Will Accept the Rio DE May a meet ing of the cabinet on the 20th it was de termined to accept tbe clause sa to arbi tration adopted by the International American congress at Washington Moreover tbe cabinet proposed to en deavor to secure u general dUarmamen ot the western coctloent within five Stabbed Bis Rival or Manly May LouU an 84 years was found at hti 838 But Sixty May supreme court today announced an unanimous lecision in the noted Burns liquor reversing the decision of the lower court which convicted Burns under the Jurns several years ago opened in Au gusta package tell ngonly that were Im ported from the provinces or other coutv claiming that tbe state had no right under the United States constitution to interfere with bis Tbe case has been carried up step by step until it Is now decided Burns The court says In part The case just decided by the supreme court of tbe United clearly settles tbe We are bound by that decis ion to reverse the ruling below and to sustain the lew as for by the The minority opinion U the Iowa cane ia elaborated and commends Itself to many a containing tbe better conolusing Our obedience Is due to the judgmen which Our statutes prohlbi Wedding May this morning at the home of tbe brides Mary in this Hiss Anna Goddard to Frank MacLennan of the Topeka State The ceremony was performed by tbe Hendy in the presence of only relatives of the and MacLennan will begin housekeep ing at once at Off for Annapolis May Mur ock of this city and editor of tbe eft this morning for where he goes as a member of the visit ng committee appointed by tbe preai ent for the United States naval acade my rirst District May The Republi can central committee of the First coo rreseional dlstrlQt met here today and appointed 10th next as the day for holding uominiitlnK conven Holton ilvftign only the lawful its InUrpretetion t i1 as the at May Winners ot to days races at Litonia   

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