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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 1, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                ritwillPajYouto Your Business In Advertise The DAILY HUTCHINSON Advertise J DAILY IMEWSI SUNDAY JUNE IN HIS VEST Theres Where President Polk says He Carries the Alliance j A Man with a Lever who Talks too Much with tills but I do not propose to allow myself to become a tool in the hands of President Polk to be used in securing such a Con federate victory as the defeat of In In quoting the language of my agricul tural trienil I have endeavored to adhere closely to the and should he eeetbia 1 am sure he will not accuse me of mis 1 North Carolina Gentleman who 8ayn He will Use Bts Petition In the Farmers tlllanoe lo Defeat Senator Plain Talk front a Farmer who Does Not Propone to be Made a Toot In the Hands of a Man who Worshipped at the ahrlne of Jefferson May hold fflthlnmy grasp the lever that holds said Polk of iorth and of this enough will first be used to de feat the return of John Ingalla to the Jnited States senate from some of the readers of the NEWS ill naturally who is Polk of Jorth and what has he to do John Ingalls ot Kansas This norning I asked t prominent Kansas armer thin and hit answer is vorth Bald he of North is a omowhat distinguished Southern gen tleman who worships at the shrina of eQ4reDeraon Stonewall JJackeon and other remnants of the last the dig of the socalled Gonfed train States o He bates Ingallswlth an undying as do all thifcrlgadlers of the principally be lauae our senior senator has the nerve to jtand up in the United States senate and day atter day and year after tir and tell those people south the Mason and Dixon line some and unvarnished For in at Gettysburg yesterday In alls during his tribute to the Jfnion dead who felt on that battle Ing enough to denounce the action of ie Confederates in placing a robel flag i the mute hand of the statue of Wash pgton recently at the unveiling of the monument in You ave read Ingalis address delivered i Gettysburg but let me read bu again that part of it in which he made he And then my agricultural friend read s thin extract from lu galls lech ACon 11 ig is placed in the haud of ashing What wonder if tho dead hoiM cry against the sacrilege We are d alone whlcu side was lo make the constitution of the ited States the supreme law of free millions onlLstad and thousands e up their Wives wtre Idreu and yet one halt ot rising generation is being taught that ocl alone knows which was right rnage reigned on hundreds ot battle Now the sun rises on no master I sets on no If we were not if nationality is not better than then thise ceremonies without the war the Uoion was the greatest crime of and our soldiers rank with successful pugilists who fight in the gfor the championship bell of the If they were not right national mility is a fiction and loyalty a iis tendency of the south must be re This is a day of It a duty we owe to the future that our ations to that great conflict be under and that our dead died not in ii not necessary to disparage the el y of our Let them ore monuments to their dead and their leaderslet them eulogize n jBt cause let them worship their let them carry their stars and iheee are matters of taste which must decide for There other country under the sun that d permit such They t our united to us by a imon so they but when r assert that Lincoln and Grant I Lgan and were alone knows which was is sacrilege of the vilest type PRESIDENT He In Tendered n Reception br the Sootch Irlih GongreRx at May Harri son was the guest today of the Scotch Irish A reception was ten dered him at the convention The reception at tha hall lasted half an hour and at its conclusion threecheers were given and the presidential party re turned to the Union A large crowd gathered to see them He held an informal reception among the railroad Superintendent Pet cain acting as master of Upon his arrival at the car he was much surprised to find a beautiful floral On the base was Inscribed To President Harrison bnil Wana maker and with the complements ofthe chairman of the city committue of the SoothIrish The presi dent and his cabinet officers were much pleased with the offering and thanked a member of the reception very To repeated calls for a speech the pres ident responded by appearing on the plat form and At ten oclock the train pulled out and the presidents sec ond visit to Pittsburg was Irlih Land NEW May North Amer ican Review for June bos an article by Parnell stating the Irish parties ground ot objection to Balfours Irish land purchase This measure Parnell characterizes as Insufficient and though ostensibly brought forward for the purpose of setting the land question on the lines laid down by him wuen in The measure is in sufficient became it would not reach more than one out of every four of the Irish tenants ana there would be many in the favored minority who have no right or claim to enjoy the benefits ot land purchase at the expense of the On the basis of the operation of previ ous it would ttke upwards of one hundred and sixtysix million of pounds sterling to enable all Irish ten ants entitled to do to become owners of their Tbe state would never advance the vast sum necessary for the purpose as every one concedes thut thir tythree million sterling is the utmost further sum that the British tax payers can be induced to The Irish parly that the land act of 1881 should first be BO amended as to to tenure the tenantb1 improvements from Green from President Merrlck made all allusion to Secretary Proctors refunal to officially recognize the death ot Jefferson Davis and It met with demonstrations of ap proval from the President Merrick introduced Secretary who was received with His speech did not deal with national affairs Following bim came Speaker Reed referred to the tariff bill passed by the house of representatives and said that the unanimity with which the Republicans favored it was unpar OHINESK FOREIGN Emperor William Able to Move About by the Aid of a A Prolonged Bow Over the Demands of England and Ger many the infliction of Balfoursbill Chung Ling to be Married In Trne Oeleitlal KANSAS May Ling is a Chinese physician with office and ap partments at 1033 Main He has lived here for three having come from California and during that with the thrift and economy char ncterestic of the gathered together a very considerable A year or 10 ago Uhuag Ling The doc tor mourned for a year and then began to look around for a His search here revealed nothing de sirable in the marriageable line from the Chinese point of so Chung Ling entered into negotiations with Fob Oh a celestial female of his San Fran cisco to procure for him a Foil Oh Gon demanded a good stiff but Ling did not propose to allow a little thing like that to stand between him and prospective and he agreed to pay far a Fob Oh Gon arrived here yesterday with the future Her name is Oh Gin and she is the prettiest little yum yum imaglneable clothed in the eastern Fob Oh having completed her part of the contract and having delivered the wanted to hasten the marriage ceremony and hurry but Ling He insisted upon the perform ance of all the Uhiueeo antemarriage ceremonies and refused to psy down the money until they had been duly per formed and the nuptial knot tied in true Celestial So Fob Oh Gon will stay to the The matter of the wedding came to the attention of tie humane society to da and the bride elect was called upon b one of jtheir officials and an interpreter She was questioned regarding her deslree in the matter and responded that her dep uty as she called in San Francisco hud been ordered by her par ents In China to dispose of her band to any good Chinaman who would in return pay a fair In accordance witl this order Lings offer was accepted As to her own personal desires in tho matter she aid she was She had to marry some one and she did no care who the some one might The humane society found no ground for in terference and the ceremony will take place on beneath the left shoulder punctur ing the left it Is and once in the left As Cellio fell to the floor Marroni darted out ot the He had hardly reacned the when he was set upon by nome of Cellioa knocked down and cut and His face was badly hacked and his left eye was cut open with a Detectives Crystal and of the Elizabeth street who hap All that the Becent 8trlhe were Kxolted by Foreign AnarehlntB Are OKpelled br the Bcport of the Chief of the Olvll tlons to the BUmarek fiflBundomtamUnff aB to the Meaning of BlimarokB May by the New York Associated for the first time since the ac cident of Sunday was able today to draw a boot on the injured foot and at tempt to walk about the room with the aid of a The injury is not a mere Several of the smaller bones ol he ankle are broken and the whole leg a Doctors Earoeeti and Juthold deem the emperors recovery but they insist on his taking a urther rest of several The British ambassador recalled Balis jury Sir Percy who returns here on Monday for further conferences with Kruuel on the sub ject of There is a sure prospect of a prolonged row over the conflicting demands of the Ecglish and German chief of the civil today presented a report based on Police Director Krugeru information re garding the relations ofthe Socialists in with the Anarchists in France and other Tbe report entirely frees every section f iom connection with foreign Anarchists and dUpel tne suspicion that the recent s rlkes were Incited from How the bundesraths assent to permit the Socialists law to expire IB The Hamburger Jfachriefittn indicates the reluctance uf the federal government to assent to the expiration of the law and predicts an inevitable Insurrection when the restraints on the proletariat are re It adds When the guns have spoken God knows what will Perchance pened to be found Cellio lying on lying Marrc the flour of the while Marroni was prostrated on the street surrounded by a crowd of angry He was When taken to the station bouse his bloody and head and apparently lifeless form and the feeble condition of Cellio led the police to believe that both men would die and a call was sont for an ambulance from Chambers street Marroni did not recover consciousness for an hour after reaching the When he did he refused to except to give his He thowed the effects of bard The surgeous at the hospital say that both men will recover from their Inju although Celllos wounds are The latter is 35 years old and has a large greatly for he had no clew to ner But the Suevias manifest contained the names of Wientraub and of Austria of which place the Bcherers are and Fraz ier suggested that the young lady might be discovered by tracing these It was found that they had gone to 04 Forsyth and thither accompanied an employe of the Barge office To Scherers surprise he found his and also that during his abaeMein America his a had married a Ringler and that Wientraub was his Tbe latters brother owns the house he lives 9 continued my agricultural Polk hate John In I Polk will use all the jand to prevent the re tho United States tbellmited number of millions if husbanded and carefully directed as I have would go ward removing all pressure or dlfllculy in the It seleets the large and absentee owners for favored while it compels the tenant to buy hia holding at an inflated with a load of arrears around his neck and a pistol coereclon at his He cannot be any party to a measure so brought forward and We shall resist it clause by clause In commit We if amend it and we believe as the progress of events has justified every vote that we have ever given in the house of commons on the land question and every step that we have ever taken to organiza the Irish people against so our action against this most dishonest bill of a dis honest party and government will benefit Ireland and secure the verdict of the Oakland SAN May passen ger coach of the narrow gauge train which went through the draw bridge at Oakland eustary yesterday afternoon causing the loss of thirteen lives was hauled up an the beach this but no more bodies were The car was badly wrecked and the interior bore evidence of the struggle which the pas sengers made to escape with their Boats employed all night to patrol the eustuary and recover any body that may have found its way to the but this was as was the uearch of the and it is now believed all the bodies have been THE 8PBINO PtLAOE Halne the Only Victim Ont of People FonT Tex May the bloodshed following the revolt will have a salutary influence upon the social but it is certain that the re newal ot repressive measures will be Otherwise troubles will again arise and the gangreen of socialism may not even the The Nachrichten doubtleas reflects Bismarcks which continues to influence the mem bers of the Subscriptions for the Bismarck memo rial continue to pour coming chltfly from the wealthy middle ulaes Tbe fund has now reached the sum of Prince Bismarcks speech to the dele tes of the polytechenic academies who resented h m with an had no ace of bitterness regarding his position hich hai been attributed to him in doubl of the value of IN FKEE Suott a Chlneve Befloned From a Molt Htreet NEW May the Chinese girl wbo was rescued from a den at 11 Mott street by policemen of the Tombs equad sept last night at the House of She has been forcibly detained there for some time by Lee it is was sub jected to tertible abuse Tvhlle in his Suen Yee la supposed to have been sold to Khl by Ap who found her in San Francisco and brought here with Whether Phoon bought Suen or not does not The pair arrived here some time ago without attracting especial Ap was a great gim bler and soon became a high roller at fantan and other Chinese It wan when he had lost all his money that the wicked Khi approached his despond ent country man who possessed the heart of fair young Soon the precious pair had effected an unholy compact by which Suen became the properly ol Lee Khi in consideration of which he handed over to Ap Lee Kbi immediately took his prizn to his on the lop flJor of 11 Mott street and her lite of horror be Ap 1uoon returned to Nobody but Chinamen were allowed to frequent the and even Mongo lians who had become at all American OB ASHED INTO AN The ThlngvaltaB BJW Stove In and a Panic on Board NEW May steamship Thingvalla from Copenhagen came Into port yesterday with 487 who narrowly escaped a grave in the during a collision of the steamer with a hune The Thingvalla belongs to the Thing valla lino and sailed for Copenhagen on Fair weather was experienced until the when a dense fog set Lnuer was in his while Second Officer was on the bridge The steamer was proceeding along at the rate of ten knots an Tbe temperature washigh at the time and as the vessel was in the locality des ignated as being full of ice the officer ordered that the temperature be taken It appeared as if there was no for the beat of the water was sixtyseven de Suddenly away oft on the horizon a large white bank could have been which Officer Jurqensen believed to be a fog Tbe speed of the steamer was reduced one half and the Thingvalla hod proceed ed about a mile and a half when a shock was felt and the next momenttbe bow of the steamer was cutting Into a huge ice With the breaking of iron plates and V n worked should IV h f knowing tar w1 8aoujd nt ofthe National th u1 Four tionl1 he unity to poison the Do you board I in this effort who is sec and by How much d who la The people y Ben Terrell of They 1 nnd I outflt n j ven I um like o ilover ff dollars ia vlca neither In or pig else to b V und my iriend looked way off toward Bur and appeared lost in a deep Jut will this Confednrate outfit wield gjgrea political influence over the irs ot who are largely ex I a question I am not prepared For being an x I can uuswer in the negu StBut when I see this Kamtu b a royal ami tbe w edited by an exUnion virtually doing the bidding of Unfederate brigadiers whoare tbe front of the National wondering after were right or the south was words quoted by logalls pine to me with a persistency that ardly alone hich was Should there will be more rejoicing in the Confederate than since Jefferson president and command the southern I inn tpfthe Alliance in this Tho Prodnoe Warehouse May a letter on the farm produce warehouse bill Senator Carlisle criticizes that measure He asserts that its effects would prove unfair to many farmers and would benefit only a In discussing the measure he makes a long argument for tariff re finding iu that more substantial relief for the In conclusion he opposes the bill on the ground of its un warranted governmental The President at May Harrison and party arrived in this city at 7 oclock this The president held a reception at Mechanical ex position building at 0 oclock this morn Five thousand people shook hands with He was the guest of the ScotchIrish After the recap tion the meeting wa addressed by Gov ernor Campbell uf a railroad is the only victim of the Spring Palace There were persons in the build Many jumped from the second story windows and were but the Indications are that no deaths will Halne threw a number ot women and children from the second story windows and then leaped to the giound with a senseless woman in his His clothes were all ablaze and he uroke several in his He died at oclock this Thirty people are reported all from Fort Worth except the following New New Miss Leah Professor Alfred of the Elgin Miss Msmie Miss Blssell Tbe fire started from some one tramp ling on a sulphur Russell Harrisons coolness in try ing to calm the mass of humanity in the wild break for the outside is commented on Slowly Bnt Sureljr May Geo McCrary appears to be slowly but surely The tumor which almost entirely filled the abdomlna cavity is gradually being reduced under the skillful treatment ot bis physician and tht jndge is confident that he wll soon be completely restored to Death from May weather was remarkably hot for this time of year and several sunstroks occurred Bun j of the steamer Bva Fuller and an unknown man working in a lum her were overcome by the am before medical attendance could be sum moned were Weekly Bank NEW May Tbe weekly bank statement shows tho following changes locreaao BOO derraiuie Increase The banks now hold In ex cess of the 25 per Gaeitiof the Boine Market May The Home Market Club had for its special guest this even Ing Redfleld Thomas speaker of the house of repre Nelson grewmsn tram and May the Alle ghany county Republican primary elec tion this evening John Dalzall ant Thomas Biyne were renomin ated for congress in the Twentysecant and Twenty third respectively Pretty Good SAN Hay Scbae fer continued the great run lait night i the billiard match with McCreary au ran another points without stopping He made tbn points in thirtythre minutes and did not get a sho Arrived at May prssiden returned to Washington tonight at oclock from his visit to Cleveland an Winners at Morris Mourns May ners of v days races Veolanto Bailie Admira Fiedey won the touongin threequarter beating th ecord by one quarter of a ul He reminded them ie idea of unity permeating be people who ascribed to him the hraae that unity could only bo eetab ahed by blood and iron misunderstood is What he meant was that the king at ie time ought to have as much power as ossible in order that in case of need he ight throw all the blood and iron into ie Fortunately Germany bad got ast that now and the greatest fortune or the country was He did not believe that a German em eror would ever look upon the map ith the Napoleonic lust of conquest in is DUNS WEEKLY Condition of Trade Throughout the United Statea As Expected a Distinct Reaction in the Speculative Markets Been Wheat has hnda Sharp Fall While Corn Re mains Improved Con dition of Felt at whore Brighter Wheat ProepeeU Hare the MostKOect Uansed by Beoent Business at Most The Monetary NKW May Dun weekly review of trade says Another week has brought the distinct reaction in speculative markets which was only sus pected a week Reports from inter ior cities continue highly Improvement is observed at Minneapolis and other where the brighter wheat prospects have most recent rains having justified larger At the south business is satisfactory for the The great industries have not materially changed in In the speculative markets wheat has had a sharp fall of cents in sales ot With only a month more before new wheat will begin to fill the channels of it is certain that the country will have to carry over a large unsold Corn has been unchanged and oats 1 cents Cotton has been screwed up another quarter of a cent by manipulation and coffee has been lifted us The general level of prices is again more than I per lower a week Tue money markets of the interior have been amply and while money is stiller at close at Oleve 81DBTBAOKED TRK A Sensational Story Affecting Prominent northern Pacific Ballroad May The aurnal prints a sensational story today fleeting a prominent Northern Pacific fflcial and two and it is sup the instance of a still higher fflcial it is worked the wire himself at At that time a great many telegrams ioth for and against the lottery project were passing over the and the op rators sidetracked an were unfa vorable to the lottery and rushed the there through with all possible It is charged thai they advised the riends of the lottery of the contents of messages intended for the antilottery people in advance of their delivery to hose entitled to them and thus put the ottery crowd in possession of the secrets ized wore barred Finally the story of the girls terrible condition got abroad and her rescue At the Tombs yesterday morning the case came up before Judge 3uen was terribly frightened and trem bled violently when Lee Khi looked at Shemuat have been very pretty but now she is so wasted that she would not weigh eighty She is 18 years No Chinamen could be found to testify against as tney are all in mortal terror lest a sud den and awful veugeance should over take Even the Interpreter did not Mare to take the girls statement in tbe open She told her story in the judges private She was born in A and hsd been sold by her when very young along with her two She was brought to San Fran cisco and became a ladys Then Ap Phoon got Atter hearing the girls statement Judge Gorman set tbe case down for to day at Z Suen was sent to the House ot Detention anil Lee Khi was held in default of bail for examin the tearing of timber large quantities of ice began to fall on the forward deck of the The engines of the vessel were at once and the captain rushed on deck and gave orders to reverse the and she backed slowly from the On examination it was found thst her bows were stove in just above the water The collision caused a panic on the The women and children In the steer age who had rushed on deck when thn shock began to scream and while the men ran for life The officers and the crew rushed to the scene and told the passengers that there was no As the vessel did not appear to be sinking order was Boon Thn officers of the Tbinevalla claim that the iceberg was over feet long and twenty feet land and in brisk demand at the demand is gcod at Kansas fair at Chicago and moderate at most of the wesioru but the market is stronger at I he general tendency hag been toward relaxation in the demand and return of currency to this The treasury has taken in more than it has paid out during the week and the decrease of 15 per for the month in exports from New York contracts with the increase of 18 per in indicating a large excess of imports for the month of The business failures occurring throughout the country during the last seven days number as compared with a total of 223 loot For the corresponding week ot last year the fig ures were Army May orders Second James signal will proceed to Port in time to reach that place on June for the purpose of appearing as a witness before the general court martial there in the case of Second James signal The leave of absence granted Albert Third is ex tended two The extension of leave of absence on surgeons certificate of disability granted First Thomas Thir teenth is still further extended four months on surgeons certificate ot Leave of absence for six months on THE TOUNO 8EBEO plans of the antilottery people be ore the opponents of the lottery could communicate with each other in different arta of thn Long petitions and ists of names in favor ofthe lottery t is rushed through without change while protests against the lottery were Passes were issued indiscriminately to friends of the lottery bill written on ordinary note heads with orders to con ductors that they be returned to the prominent official when taken The Particulars of Bnilnell May partic ulars regarding the startling business ex ploits ot the young Bebec man are com ing to It appears that the goods bought were purchased in the name of the Kineo Manufacturing a company which never The parties who tried to organiza such a company last winter were re luaeU a In addition this Sebec man bought largo quantities of silver a mir material for the manufac tore of woolen a steam The silverware recovered in this city last Situidy was the properly of Davis of BJS and had been sent here from Sebe under the fictitious name of John It is learned that a large Journal prints a fac simile of one of surgeons certificate of with permission to go beyond of the Division of the Is granted Second Thomas Fifth Two years ot the sentence are remitted in the case of Hurt late private light battery Second now in the Leaven worth military One year and eleven months of the sentence are remitted in the case of Charles late artificer battery Third now in the Leavanworth millitary One and onehalf years of the sen tence are remitted in the case of John late troop Third now in the Leavenworth military James ordinance de la relieved from duty at the United States proving Bandy and assigned to the com mand of the Omaha ordinance depot with station at and to duty an chief ordinance department of the Sanford Fifth cav will proceed from this city to Chat and to the battleHeld of BBOOVEHBU BBB How Little Annie Freeman Came All the Way From Apacthe Land May a child Oi 7 completed a threedays journey from Fort yesterday and the story leading up to her trip is somewhat When the child arrived at the Union de pot she was met by a woman whom she did not seem to but who clasped her in her arms and addressing her with endearing names told her she was her Although the child still failed to recognize the she seemed to have been expecting some such and together the two left the depot in company with Assistant District Attorney The woman was Wllhelmina and ehe has been a widow for seven soon after the death of her who was a en tered the hospital and left her 3 year old child in the care of theve a friend of her hus saw the child became attached to one day and Soon amount of the goods was clandestinely to prepare a series of The Western Union has made a care ul investigation of the charges obtain ng satisfactory proof of their STAbBKD FOUA FIVE DbLLAB Joieph Marroul and Celllo Quar rel and Both are Uerlouily NKW May Marroni stabbed Pacqual Cellio lost night and was then nearly killed himself by the latMrs Marroni is an Italian laborer of Bay He entered the siloon of a woUfcnoutt Italian re sort at 85 Mulberry about 10 oclock last and throwing down a bill demanded a Cellio tended to his wants and handed him back the change from his He had no sooner done than Marroni angrily denUred that he gave Cellio a bill and that he wanted change for that Cellts showed Marroni the but the latter pulled a black handled dagger from beneath his vest and plunged it twice into Celllos once shipped from Bebec to other points and disposed More than one party is im plicated in the The Sabec man is who went to bec from Guilford some tivo years ago and opened a email woolen mill He is about 35 years of and of a quiet At tne time he went aboard and made theee large his mill was closed Oae arm who had Worth of floe dies on the wharf rea y to ship to him happened to make eome inquiries about the nature and ex tent of his business and decided not to send toe It is said one wealthy who citizoo for a of Piscatsqnit time backed and upon completion of this duty will return to this The extension of leave of absence on account of sickness granted Simon Nineteenth is further extended to on ac count of ter he and with him the It was subiequently learned that Shipley had gone to Fort and for the past five yeara Freeman lias been trying in vain to recover her lit tle Shipley always acknowledged that had no right to the tint pleaded that he had not money enough to send her A short time ago Caboon became interested In the case with the assistance of the Associated raised sufficient money to pay the childs way to Louis from Fort Preliminary May pre liminary examination of Miles wot held at which time It appeared from the testimony introduced on behalf of the state that Prlchard was the aggressor in the altercation in which he met his death at the hands of The defense introduced no Al though it is probable that Miles will be acquitted it was deemed best to bind him over to appear at the next term of the district court that further if might be Vlood May The anni Apployord in his woolen business will be out some Appleyard WHS put Into insolvency last Some of the people who cant find tha goods shipped j to him by them are making a great stir over and he is apt to be any It iu said that some of the partita interested with him have left for parts MO KB THAN Hit LOOKED Searching for a Mr Pherer Flnda a Hlepurother and May an who resides in New catne to this city a few days ago to find his who was a steerage passeiger on the steamship Suevia from When he reached the barge office the young woman was and he was versary ot the flood W4B observed here to day by a general draping of the business houses in sombre The Pittsburg newspaper who had done hard work at time ot the flood were kindly ten dtnii a special train hv the Pennsylvania and some fifty uctive with their wives and children took a quiet luti up to Johnstown wbero they attended memorial Found Iead In May The body of John a telegraph was placed on n slab in the morgue last At 7 oclock last evening he was found dead in bed in K lodging 622 Morgan Ileartoleekse Is supposed to have been the cause of The deceased was 45 years Ini WKH rated from bin He ittaveg two chil The May Forecast iin Bcutally May wife of John a prominent Uarion county was brutally beaten and left in sensible in the hog pen at her home yes terday by a hired man while her hus band was Tne crime Is supposed to have been doue for The criminal has not been The lady is still but in a critical condi A FleudUh Coitiim May dore who bog iug fince Sunday was thu victim of foul Hie murderers were of hit popularity at a and took bim six milts from his saturated his clothes with cual oil and thvn tire to The body when found presented a sickening til 8 Sunday Kansas Con tlnued warm and fair weather southerly Stanley Corning u Mry Stanley will go to Aniiiira in He prgpotes ti MCUM in unt iT ibe priuci pal cities of the United WtauefA at May of to HMS races at Latonia Silver Ana Cecil Daisy   

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