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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas It wilt Pay You to Your Business In The DAILY NEWST1 HUTCHINSON Advertise Your IN THE IMEWSI J FRIDAY JUNE SILVER Congress Begins to Discuss the Question in The Matter Tftkcu Up and Debated In llotli the Hennte and the Senator Sherman In Favor ot Any1 Measnre That Will Secure and Maintain a III Metalle Tilt With geuutor of the Caucus Bill offered In the House ns a and Gossip Gathered About the National June senate proceeded to the further consideration of the silver and Uiscock spoke in favor of the Uiscock favored the bill reported from the finance com mittee by the senator from Nevada Jones and he could not but feel that that senator had mads a great mistake in dis owning Its Sherman then addressed the Sen He he consented to the increase of circulation in the bill of a He saw no objection to although he thought it a little larger than He be lleved that treasury notes based on silver bullion would be as safe a substitute for f paper money as could be He 1 did not to give to the treasury notes I every sanction and value that the United States could He did not object to their being made legal tender for all public or That was far preferable to the free coinage of because with all the efforts made to get the silver dollais Into circulation there wns not one of them in circulation for every Passing to the question of the de monetization of silver in 1873 Sher man gave a history of that transaction so as to set at rest forever all the charges of bad faith and conspiracy in connection with He declared that at that time the silver dollar was an Image ot the lost to sight and ignored by two generations except as a convenience for the exportation ol silver It was no wonder that the senator from Nevada Stewart did not know that the silver dollar was demonetized when he voted for the The only wonder waa that he knew of its The silver dollar at that lime was worth as compared with The bill had been publicly dincuuiea for two or three years and its objects were well kuowu No he had ever been more fully discussed than and yet IMorrill and who voted against it because it discontinued the charges for were constantly de as conspirators while the scmtnre frorg the Pacific all of whom voted or poised as He had thought it he said in clos ing that to trace down the lie not I only for himault but for all others en ft gaged In that Coming back to the question of the bill be said that the result of free coinage would be to de monetize gold and cuude gold to be hoard ed or The free coinage of silver would be a reversal of the established policy of the government from the be It would limit the coinage to a single As sure as silver with free coinage of be Ihe only standard of money in the United The pound sterling would be worth six dollars instead of and the American dollar would aa in colonial worth three English shillings or after that that be did not know that silver was to be demonetized The silver bill went over without The following bills were taken from the calendar and passed Granting pensions of a month to the widow of Rear Admiral Donaldson and to the widow of Commander Winslow of the The senate then THE HOUSE June The silver bill of the free coinage of He was opposed to experimenting in regard to sil Let congress determine here and now whether the country should con tinue to use and If decided in silver the money or lutstiori was irmatlve let was taken up in the house A resolution making it the special order until Saturday when the previous ques tion shall be ordered was adapted yeas nays The Republicans who voted in the negative Anderson of Bar and Townsend of No Democrats voted in the The bill having been read Conger of offered tae caucus bill as a sub It is art follows Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America In congress assembled Section That the secretary of the treasury is hereby directed to purchase from time to time silver bullion to the ag gregate amount of worth of fine silver in each month at the market price not exceeding one dollar of 817 25 grains of pure silver and to Issue In pay ment for such purchase of silver bullion treasury notes of the United States to be prepared by the secretary of the treas ury in such form and of such denomi nations not less than nor more than as he may prescribe and a sum sufficient to carry into effect the provis ions of this act lb hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise the treasury notes issued In accordance with the provisions of this act shall be redeemable on demand In coin at the treasury of the United States or at the office of ai y assistant treasurer of the United and when BO re deemed may be but no greater or lets amount of such notes shall be out standing at any time than the cost of the silver bullion theu held in the treasury purchased by such shall be a legal lender In payment of all debts public and except where otherwise expressly the government cola silver according to the He had no doubt that the corn burners of Kansas who were in favor of free coinage of silver would rather ask the aid of the Democratic votes than take the measure fresh from the bands of the Republican He bad some curiosity to see whether these members of the other side who repre sent constituents In favor ot free coinage had a greater devotion for their people than for the secretary of the treasury and his He believed that they would stand by the interests of their Pending further debate the house ad Republicans In Caucus June the tenth time during this secelon the Republican members were in caucus tonight The occasion was the pending proposition to enact a federal election law which al ready formed the topic for the discussion at two previous The southern members generally favor the Lodge bill as a more powerful remedial Howell made an earneit argument In support of his The drift of opinion among the west ern members seemed also to be in favor of the Howell bill as one not as radical as the Lodge yet meeting all neces Some objection was to the feature of providing for the election of officers and supervisions which was feared might interfere seriously with the organization of the After the discussion had run along for more than two hours of endeavored to secure a test but on Frank this was The cau cus then GENERAL A and Train Falla Twenty Feet Over a An Oil Tank Oa a Vessel at Fhilailoi phlft Explodes with Fatal stipulated shall be in the recievable contract and for customs tour In conclusion Sherman said that he would vote for any measure that would secure and maintain a bi metallc stand ard and one that would not demonetize nor cause It to be hoarded or ex but that would establish both gold and silver as a common Thli was no time lor a radical change of pub lic which seem to have no motive except to reduce the burden of obliga tions freely a change that was like ly to Impair the public credit and to pro duce disorder and confusion in all mone tary Others might reason for the but be preferred to stand by the standards of value that had the ap Sroval and sanction ot every party which ad administered the government since its Teller said Sherman was In favor of a high standard and that stand ard was Me Sherman wax for abandonment of He Teller welcomed the Stewart from his point of resume of the legislative pro ceedings whlcb bad resulted in the de monetization of the silver dollar in He declared that the amendment that taxes and all public and when so received may be and such notes when held by any national banking asso ciation may be counted as a part of its lawful provided that upon de mand of the holder of any of the treas ury notes herein provided the secre tary of the treasury at his discretion and under such regulations as he shall exchange for sucb nntes an amount of silver bullion which fihall bo equal in value at the market price thereof on the day of exchange to the amount of such nntes That the secretary of the treas ury sball coin such portion of the silver bullion purchased under the provisions of this act as may be necessary to provide for the redemption of thetreasuiy notes herein provided for and any gain or seign iorage arising from such coinage shall be accounted for and paid into the treas That the silver bullion pur chased under the provisions of this act shall be subject tu the requirements of existing law and the regulations of the mint Service governing the methods of determining the amount of pure silver contained and the amount of changes or if to be That so muih of the act of entitled An act to author ize the coinage of the standard silver dollar and to restore its legal tender as requires the monthly pur chase and coinage of the same into silver of not less than nor more than of silver is hereby 0 That whenever the market price of silver was determined in pursu ance of section 1 of this act is one dol lar lor gratnsol pure silver it shall be for tne owners of any silver bullion to deposit the same at any coin age mint ot the United Slates to be coined into standard silver dollars for his bene fit as provided in the act of January 7 THE OLD Kentucky Cathler With a Mar ried Woman and June cashier of the Sulphur Deposit bank of Is So is Huttie wife of John Wat the leading hotelkeeper of Sulphur and it is are about 01 the banks Experts from this city and Cincinnati are at work upon the but have 04 yet made no report and the other bank officials are non Mcllvain and the woman have not been seen for four Both belong to ex Trouble Over the Restoration of Ratee on the Weetern dtan Particulars of the braddhair Ballway Ool llelon at BrewingCom pony Orden An Original Package Houao and June report has just been received bere of a horrible wreck on the Ohio River railroad between here and A special train with surgeons and an Associated Press representative on board has Just left It will ba impossible to get details till a very late The train went through a trestle and the dis aster is said to be though this not yet OB the officials can Hive no The wreck occurred at a station on the Ohio River The train was a consisting of the private Baltimore and Ohio West filled with officials of the who were en route from Parkersburg to At Cloughton station the car jumped the track and went twentyfeet over a turning upside Several of the occupants of the car were badly injured and It is a miracle that nobody was killed The following were it is not known how and will be brought to this city U civil main tenance of way of Baltimore and badly bruised and cut on head thigh must be below the general average for the state and considerably below the yield of the last two The dry weather that has prevailed for most part during the lost month In north west Missouri has materially lessened the prospects in that section where one month ago the outlook was the most There has been a decline in the condition in all sections of the A considerable area has been plowed up since this bas become Other fields are so thin that they will hardly return the seed but are allowed to stand because seeded to gross and The Hessian fly is working quite seri ously in southwestern while In southeast Missouri the grain appls is threatening to do some There have bean a few complaints of chinch but so far no damage is The percentage condition of wheat it 78 compared with an she awakened got up and went into an adjoining when she again fell asleep In a with a Bible in her She has not awakened Her face Is rosy and lips parted in a smile and her sleep is as gentle as that of a She Is fed with fluid food and takes the nourishment without One of the theories advanced regarding the cause of her strange sleep is that her whole nervous system has been para lyzed by religious She was a constant attendant at a revival that was being held in Amboy at the time she began her THE Tbe Investigation Discloses Some Startling Plan Concocted to Annex Lower California to the British Km pi western division right arm m C3 John superintendent of general superintendent badly bruised and ankle Porter of the car slightly An Oil Tnnb on a Vessel Explodes With Fatal June 4 oclock this afternoon an explosion oc curred on the German tank steamer Hand and lying at the works of tie celleut families and moved in the best j AlUatic Oil Refining Company at Point Mcllvain is married and his j in the Delaware in the oil father IB the president of the The district of Tue explosion 8TOLK BI9 OWN CHILD The Bon of Editor Cowles Buns Officers After June son of the late Edwin editor and proprietor of the came to Cleveland Monday and stole his daughter from her This morn Ing Sheriff Sawyer and two or three ot his deputies were busy trying to find where he hadtaken the child and their movements were directed by Judge About ten years ago Eugene was mar ried to Alice a daughter of the There was everything to indicate The groom was a young man with the highest prospects of a brilliant business For a time be was engaged on the but editorial work did not suit He was connect ed for a while with the Brush Electric Light company and after that engaged in the manufacture of Young Oowles came to the city on Monday and went to bis mothers In the latter part ot the day he sent word to his who is living on Wind sor that he would like to see and the child was permitted to go to He said he was going to Buf falo and wanted the little one to go with Cowles saw him put the child on the train for Buffalo and endeavored to prevent him from doing she Florence must go back with Shecannot go with Stand back yelled Stand back Ill shoot the first person that stops me Cnwles managed to escape with the The sheriff left town tonight and hopes to catch them at SHE WAS NOT A Supposed Indigent Lady Found Dead In June After Babe June John in the employ of the Souther Express returned to night from Lamar where he has been working up a cose for the com A part of bis business In Lamar county was to locate the noted train rob ber and Kube which he succeeded in Barrows is living quietly in a little cabin located in a se cluded spot in the wildest part of Lamar Ho spends his time fishing and working la a moonshine He is surrounded by relatives and friends who would fight for him at a moments He seems to have no fear of The express company will send a number of men back with Sullivan to tare of the but a attempt the cap plan of war will be adopted this The detectives willnotgo in a squad and enable the outlaw to receive due notice of their They will attempt his capture by strategy this Detective Sulli van says almost every man in the locality where Burrows is in hiding is a friend of the and his capture will be no easy young mau was made cashier when scarcely past his majority and was nn ex cellent MrsWatklnsis a young taut she and ttrc young cashier did not become acquainted until a few months They were greatly pleased with each other and Mcllvain soon be gan visiting her His atten tions became so marked that finally her husband taxed her with her guilt and drove her away from This waa one day last Four days later she got on the train for this saying he was coining here to pay a Oa the same train was and they were seen by mutual Wat kins cried and said sbs wished she had never seen and he also said be regretted having met He promised to leave her in the city and return to but he never and they have not been seen Detectives have been put at work on the but no trace of either has been It is not believed tnat Mollvalns flight will cause the bank to Want the Restriction Modi J one deputation from Scotland visited minister of today and asked him to modify the restriction against the im portation of American The chief arguments of the deputation in support of their request was the scarcity of stock and tha absence of pleuropneu monia in la reply to their re quest Chapin aaid that the bulk of the farmers of Great Britain favored re and he was ho to hold out the slightest hope of any modification of the present regulations governing the Importation of cattle even if cattle in America wore entirely free from the It Was Designed to Colonize the Concessions From the Mexican Then Provoke a Htrlfe Jeopardising IGngllsli Capital and In and Finally Invoking the In tervention of Reader to RecornlKe the New BAN June investi gation being made into the proposed fili bustering expedition against tower Cali fornia continues to reveal startling facts and a new phase is now put on the From evidence furnished by agents of the Mexican Land and Colonization com pany It appears that the pres ident of the had in view a plan to annex the Peninsula to the British em pire by pursuing a course mapped out by the East India company when Great Britain acquired her possessions in It was designed to colonize Lower Cal ifornia and secure concessions from the Mexican government and then to provoke a strife and foment English capital and would then be jeop ardized and intervention of the mother country was to be In proof of this the statement of the agents of the substantiated by documentary evidence haa been manager of the assured the filibustered thattwo English for like pur covered into the That upon the passage of this act the balance standing with the treas urer of the United States to the respect ive ciedits of national banks for deposits made to redeem the circulating notes of sucb and all deposits there after received poses shall be treasurer as a miscellaneous receipt and the treasurer of the United Stales shall re deem from the general cash in the treas ury the circulating notes of said banks which may come into his possession sub ject to and upon the certAfl cate of the comptroller of the currency that such notes have been received by him and that they have been destroyed demonetized silver was never read in and that no new notes will be Issued in either It was simply referred to In the conference repoit as amendment so that no senator or member knew what he waa voting Sherman produced the original bill of 1873 from the flies of the senate kept by chief clerk of the to show that not only was the amendment read and voted on in the but that it was amended on bin I Shermans motion and that when the conference committee considered the dis puted section it was again amended in Stewart presisted in his assertion that the amendment hod not been read and argued that at all events the people ought to have a new They now asked for a restoration of silver and they told that it would disturb the settled financial policy of A settled policy established aathatwoa ought to be It ought not to be Sherman expressed bis regret that a United States senator when he was thus convinced and had the testimony before him did not say frankly and fairly that he withdrew every charge of impro Stewart said he had been charged with being present when the transaction took and yet he was to be denied the right of exonerating himself by gluing the printed He bad not sought to reflect on the senator from but to defend his own Aldrich mid that not only hod Stewart voted on the but he bad actually spoken upon two sections of the one 01 which prohibits any sil ver coinage buthalf quartern and and which provided that no deposit should oe received for silver Howvoould the senator say their reimbursement of their amount shall be made to the treasury under such regulations as the sec retary of the treaitury may pre scribe from appropriation hereby created 18 be known as national bank notes re demption but the provisions of this act shall not apply to the deposits received under section 8 of the act of June requiring every national bank to keep in lawful money with the treasurer of the United States a sum equal to 5 per centum of its circulation to be held and used for the redemption of its circulating and the balance remaining of the deposits so covered shall at the close ot each month be re ported on the monthly public statement as a debt ot the United States bearing no That this act shall take effect thirty days from and after Its McComas of Maryland moved to amend the substitute by adding to sec tion 8 the words and the purchase of silver bullion shall be suspended while it is being so deposited for Taylor of Illinois offered an amend ment to the original bill providing that if the net amount of silver bullion received shall be less than in any one month the secretary of the treasury shall on the succeeding month purchase a sufficient amount to supply the defi ODonnell moved to amend the amendment by striking out and Inserting This exhausted the and Bland was on bis feet demanding was ignored by the Conger of Iowa spoke in favor of the Williams of Illinois spoke In favor Interstate OompetlUra KANSAS June drilling occupied the entire day at the military The weather cooled off and the drilling was more vig orous and vivacious than during the first day of the encampment when the ther mometer ranged between eighty and one hundred The drilling to day was participated in by the following companies Battery Kansas artillery Fhainlx light maiden company Third Kansas Omaha grand Interstate Muscatine grand interstate Atlanta grand interstate Dlcaoson light artillery Tonight after dress partde a ball in tionor of the noncommissioned officers was given at the Exposition The Tllden Will NEW June Beach haa signed the findings in the Tilden will case declaring the bequest to the Tllden Illegal and void and gives jurtg set lire to the vessel and whirf almost destroying the format and burn ing a brick storage Jo seph aged 36 of 820 Jackson shipping clerk for the company was on board the atciimei when the explosion He was covered with the burning oil and ran where every effort was made to quench the but be was burned so badly that he died soon after being re moved to Agnes In thirteen persons were of which number Joseph Quinn died Horace Shonholtz of fire engine 4 was overcome by beat and will Henry steam fitter at the oil was badly scalded by burning oil condition John Storey was burned by flying oil condition The others Injured received their In juries by inhaling the fumes of the burn ing oil and by being scalded with the burning The Hand and Kurt is a tramp tank owned in She is 380 feet fitted with iron tanks for carrying oil in and has a capacity of one million She arrived recent ly from Hamburg and had about gallons on boud when the explo sion occured in tank No definite idea can be farmed as to the cause of the There was no fire of any kind on The theory of spontaneous combustion is The damage to the ship and cargo is es timated at and to storage and buildings morning last Belle an aged who was traveling alone and reg istered at the Klmball this as from was found dead in She had given it out that she was very poor and wile looking for relatives with whom she wanted to She acted but nothing was thought of the story until her sudden This morning a man giving the name of John and claiming to be the old ladys son arrived in the city after the body and her An examination of her trunk disclosed the sum of securely tied up in an old Tucker says Joiner was quite wealthy and has long been known aa eccentric and a The Negro LAKK June negro conference continued its session The day was spent in listening to various The evening session was opened by the reading by President Haves of a letter from Bishop Attlcus of He among other things Many white people north are unduly Many white people south are unduly Many colored people do not sufficiently realize how much bun been done for them and achieved by them to be patient with the conditions that not be changed at Strlely read a paper on The Future of the Negro menoiwar would be in the vicinity of Ensenadu skirting off the coast when the new republic was to be soon as the declaration of independence of the new government had been pro claimed these war vessels were to enter the harbor and recognize the new Scott also stated that the nuclus of the army was in Lower California stored in a ware house of the English company at Three cases of rifles were shipped to billed to the Eng lish company some time Scott supposed that after the republic had been established the government would join with the Mexican government in sup pressing the invaders then Great Britian would be appealed to to protect the In terests of her subjects and would estab lish a protectorate over the This up to the present development is asfaraa Scolt implicated in the This much may be proven by the correspondence ovwr bis own It nil goes to show that Scott was only lining American Conspirators Worthlngton and others to give the plot an appearance of being an American The Uato June The Journal this M es ju ment in favor of the Judge Beach direct the executors to account for the residuary estate and distribute It among the plain tiffs and other The Bradfhaw June special to the Republic from says the fatal ities at Bradshaw now reach Governor AttorneyGeneral Leese and other state officials arrived at the cyclone stricken village at 11 oclock this Tha wounded have been removed to other towns or Into the coun York people are supplying provi The great need is money and At a meeting lost night the peo Dle of York raised for the It is estimated that the loss will reach Of the 300 stricken households it is es timated not 10 per will erect roofs over their That Gentlemanly June days ago a handsome giving the name of registered from Bos ton at the He was given room and In a short time all the rooms in that Immediate neighborhood were emptied of every article of clothing and value in In addition to this the hat racks on the ground floor and at the entrance to the dining room found un safe places in which to lay as For several days no overcoat or um brella was ever heard from after being left there by the Complaints naturally became Finally Fisher one day rushed inte the office with the statement that his room also had been entered and every article ot clothing and linen His rocm was and in truth nothing was found but an empty valise and a hair Fisher was indignant and demanded payment from the A detective was put on the and after visiting the pawn shops brought bsck every stolen He also had a per fect description of the man who bad pawned He was a handsome he was of That gentleman was immediately in great but up to the present time has not been reen at the andis still ahead a weeks board and the pawnable value of several dozen suits of Wool JOrowers wool men held a meeting with the president and secretary ot the National Association and the president of the Ohio Associa tion The wool men are not satlefied with the McKinley tariff for the reasons that ita provisions under a recent ruling of Judge of the United States admit cloth ing wool at a duty Imposed on coarse carpet An effort will be made to get the senate to so amend the bill as to remove all doubt on this point and make plain the clause defining carpet and coarse Milting June North Milter says The mills last week ground the smallest amount of flour since lost but the figures will still be higher this The output waa barrels against barrels for time in Indiana oil the June special to the evening Wisconsin from Shawano says One thousand and five hundred Indians armed with Winchester rifles on the Monominee reservation have driv en the Indian agent Trublois HaltingHoney to Fight the June thou sand dollars was raised this morning by citizens for the purpose ot prosecuting the original package house and joints in this Under the Waather June un til 8 Kansas Sta tionary temperature light showers and warmer northerly Hallway KANSAS June headend collision of an incoming freight train on the Hannibal and Joseph railroad and a through Rock Island fast out occurred this morning near Har The train men escaped by umplng and none of them was seriously Both engines were completely wrecked and several cars causing a loss of The collision occurred In consequence of the failure of the tele graph operator at Randolph to deliver a message to the Rock Island Bf Usourl Crop JUBO secretary of the Missouri State Board of Agriculture will say in his crop report fur June under the date of June that the effect of the last more than usually abun dant wheat crops in the state was to in crease last tall the previous years a seeming reversal ot the policy of a few years which has been to decrease the wheat the increased area sown the number of acres to be harvested this sea son will be less than last by at least The condition of the present sea sons crop is such that the yield per acre June lodger In the Cooper bouse en Sixteenth opposite the Haymarket yester day morning about 4 oclock felt some thing tugging at bis clothes He looked around and j uat saw a mans hflad ducking under bis Seeing he was discovered the burglar rushed through the door Into another He jumped from the frying pan into the fire for bere he was cornered by the dozen men in the room and they de livered him over to the He got nothing and thought he was but one of the party declared be had seen the man going through the pockets of some clothes bung on a He gave the name of Charles Johnson when Hebruka Modern June ot the meat important meatings held in Nebras ka for some time completed its work at Boverlga camp of the world of Modern Woodmen of America has instituted with the following provisional officers J West Homer boverign exGovernor Sher A Tenneuee BUtlller June received here state that Bub a deputy United States shot and killed a in Campbell Lindsay wished a gallon of whisky and Kilts told him he could not sell less than ten gallons under bis Lindsay got mad and abused The dis tillers Uyearold son thought bis father in danger and threw a rock at Lindsay went but afterward pro cured pistols and rode back to Kilts Ihe latter saw him coming and locked the but Lindsay broke it down and shot Kilts killing him afternoon says there is more trouble brewing amoag western roads over the restoration of passenger rates on June The Chicago and Alton and several other roads assert that the Burlington and Quinoy agent at Kausas City has sold 500 tickets In one bunch from Kansas City to Louis at less the com The it was acknowledges having made the but says the tickets were sold to a real estate firm for an The Journal states that the rates will probably not be restored until June when the tickets unless the Bur lington buys up and restores General Passenger Agent Eustis of the Burlington says that the block of tickets referred to was eold to Sam Hcott of a real estate who took this method of boumlng a new sub dieision which he has opened at They are round trip tickets between Louis and Kansas and are exclusively for Scotts having bis advertisements on the back of Hustls has Infor mation that none of them are on The Christian Endeavor Society people tried to buy but wlthont Eustis has offered for any of them that can be secured by any railroad out of the proper The Burling ton will restore rates on June The Wyoming Indian June pur chasing agent for the Importing Cattle company ot arrived here this morning and gave an account ot the In dian massacre which occurred in the up per Oreen river country several days lie said that a party of Indians that bad become Intoxicated with whisky fur nished by came to the camp of the government surveyors and de manded more It being re fused the Indians attacked the killing Chief Engineer In charge of the third division of the gov ernment survey and chain bearers George Woodo and Henry Jesse assistant was left upon the BelJ for but recovered sufficiently to get to a neighboring where he lies in a precarious Slumbering for June Gridley the pretty 10 year old daughter of a prominent citizen and business man of has been sleeping since March IS She went to bed in her usual but did not awake at her usual and when her mother went to call her it was found Impossible to arouse Physicians were called butitwoija case of deep mystery to A week after she had gone tj American NEW June convention of American Nurserymen continued to The secretary of paid the delegates a visit this afternoon and spent sometime with Officers were elected as follows Emery of Like First Van Lindey of North Green of Roches Franklin Beductlon In Freight KANSAS June Kansas and Texas today gave notice of a reduction from 40 to 80 cents in freight charges on grain from points in Kansas and Missouri to Texas at Jute at to days Latonla races Germanic K11U County Varinern HATH June The Farm ers Alliance of Ellis county held their picnic Several thousand people were present and good speaking and A full county including a candidate for district will be put in the field by the Alliance of this county for this Petitions were numerously signed asking President Harrison to re move McNallfrom the Kir win land believing it unjuatto be paying him a day during congressional canvass and making the farmers pay the The brewing Unit Bii J une company which established an original package house bere last week tonight instructed its agents to quit business and the stock hat been iosded for shipment Public was so strong against the house that praoticallr no business waa 1 have been be Legal proceedings will probably
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