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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 18, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                WHAT Stall We Do to be Saved HUTCHINSON Opinions of One Hundred Leading Kansas Lawyers on Needed Temperance READ The Answers in Neil Ways WEDNESDAY JUNE FREE Che Silver Bill Amended Paoead by tho and t Placet the Standard Silver Dollar on nn Equality With Wold arthennore It Provldea tar the Ifree Coinage of nil flllTer Presented at tlte BIUetalKin Without Kvmlon or Plomb Leadi the Fight for the Equality of the CThlte The Tote In June senate to tl ay passed the appropriation bill for a pjmblic building at The senate then proceeded with tbe 9 consideration of the silver I Senator Wolcott addressed the senate In support of a free coinage silver y which tbe west was to be benefitted i much as the manufacturing states of he east would be by the tariff He ave warning that the west would dis ontinue giving Republican majorities if IB Republican administration did not ive it relief by passing the silver Wolcott went on to criticize the friendly attitude of the adminiDtro n toward the silver question and said at when Harrison was nominated record was searched In vain for any teworthy act or saying that the Latin itence stat magnl nominis umbra plied to him that the Republican ders of the had made efforts ong the farmers and miners and hat lured the success of the ticket tha i president hod not exactly matetalized tbe silver question and that the irakening had been rather He itured the opinion that if the presi nts opinion on that question had been nounced before the last election not i ta igle state west of the Missouri rive uld have given a Republican ma The recommendation of the secretary the treasury struck viciously at the in a 13 Plumb offered the following mendment in lieu of the first section of le bouse bill That from an after date of the passage t this the unit of value in the United tales shall be the dollar and the same may be coined of grains of stand rd or of 25 810 grains tandard KOld aud said coins hall be legal tender for all publib nd private that hereafter any owner of silver or gold bullion may deposit the ame at any mint of the United to 0 formed into standard dollars or bars or his benefit and without charge but C shall be lawful to refuse any deposit f less value than or any bullion so iaae as to be unsuitable for the opera tons of the Mitchell addressed the senate n the general merits of the bill and in he course of it declared that any admin stration which would set itself up against the free and unlimited coinage of he silver dollar would as it deserved o hurled from The vote was taken on Plumbs amendment and it was agreed nays as follows Berry ilalr Illodgfltt luUut Call Cameron Oarllile Cook roll oko alel Daniel Hbaon Aldrlch Allen Caaey Chandler JEdmandji Gorman Harris Uearat Jonea Kenna Manderaon Mitchell Morgan Paddock Payne Plumb KvartB Prye Oray II ale Hawley Ulacock Hoar McPberaon 1ower Posh ItnnBom Keafiao Stewart Teller Turple Vance Vest Yoorheea Walthall Morrill Pierce Hawysr gaerman fipooner Btockbrldge Waahbiirn the Republican That Is the record yes I had forgot ten that there was a Democratic party in and do not believe there The vicepresident notified Edmunds that he had already spoken five I move to post pone the bill ask unanimous consent that the senator from Vermont may pro ceed without do not ask any unan imous I am not a servant of the party on the other tony that the sen ator is Democratic party being In a majority in the house of rep resentatives of 1877 and passed a contrivance of this just as it Is now trying to pass this in order by appeals to the worst instinct of the people to do something which might bring it into It accomplished its purpoie and Cleveland was and having been elected by their votes Cleveland was wise enough and brave enough to tell his Democratic supporters tnat sort of de lusion could not be carried into The Democratic party was wise enough for a wonder laughter to be absolutely silent for four years on that I was going to make an Improper quotation from but I will I will change Bhataspeare a No patriot opened his mouth to bark at the administration of President Cleveland because he persistently and steadily de clined to be betrayed or seduced into de stroying the property of the people of ths United States by advising such a mean ure as that which we have No Democrat in either house during the Democratic administration opened his lips to relieve a suffering suffer ing from a want of coinage of sil ver with all respect to my eats of The act of 1678 was in itely preferable to the bill recom anded by the Under tha t at least two millions a month of silve liars had to be The whol Vpose of the house but seemed to b degrade and debase silver to make i to reduce it to one of the ser metals and to prevent it again tek place as a standard of n the amendments reported from the iance committee one obnoxious clause been eliminated from tbe house bullion redemption But ier objectionable clauses had been re ined and a curious amendment had been Ided providing tor the termination of act in ten Instead of encour Dg other nations to adjust their mone y system in harmony wltn that of the itea such a provision would e notice that the Increased coinage of Over was ml a temporary and good effsct of thelaw would be 1m idiately Jin conclusion Woloottaaid that the Iver bill was of far greater Importance Ian the election the antlgerryman Iriag and of the tariff In Tiw of Its importance party lines were llterated and forgotten snd the south west met on common ground ani by a common and patriotic pur Lpplause from the galleries and felici tous and compliments from senators Sved that Wolcotts maiden speech xjttvMthe donate was recognized as a very It was well delivered and the senate then proceeded to vote on amendments reported by the finance The first was to strike out provision that the treasury notes is Thd following pairs were announced Dixon and Dolph and Stanford and Wilson of Biggins and McMillan and Pasco and Gray and Mr Plumb moved to add a new section to come In as section two as follows That tbe provisions of section three of an act to authorize the coinage of the standard silver dollar and to restore Its legal tender character which became a law February is hereby made applicable to the coinage in this act pro vided Agreed to without discus amendmentas a substitute for section Reagan offered tbe following 4 and B section that the certificate provided for in the second section of this act shall be of denominations of not lees than nor more then one hundred ollars and such certificates shall be re eemable in coin of standard A ufUcient sum to carry out the provisions this act is hereby appropriated out of ny money In treasury not otherwise itlfuq for the purchase of silver notes be a legal tender in payment of all j public and le amendment was SO and the provision lemalns In the tie following was the vote in detail I Ich Frye QUnon Gray Halo Harrla George fiearat HlBCOCk lagalle Ark rfev Kenab Mitchell Moody Morgan Paduock Pagco Pajne Pierce Plumb Hoar MtVberaon Morrtll PIatt14 Power Kanaom Reagan Sindora Sawyer Htowart Btockbrldge Teller Vest Vorheea Wslthall Wuhburn 60 next vote was on the amendmen1 strike out the bullion redemption It was agreed nays he nays being tteeata Frye X Morrill and next vote was on tho araandmen rike out the sixth section for the free age of silver when the price was one ar for S71JJ graioa of purt I nays th i0 following is the idler AIM Ion la 7in detail Hale Hlscock Uoar ionIll Platt Sawyer Kuatle George Oortuan dray Harrla Heant Sharruan Spooner Htock bridge Paddock Payne Flninb Power Itanaoui leron InKtUa Ark Net Kenna Handeraon fK Una 1 Morgan fianddra Stewart Teller Tuple Veat Vorbeea WtltbaU next vote was on the araendmen riding that the act shall terminate a i expiration of ten The amend was 4 ft reu were Ed Morrill and Hair offered an amendment lirnit Ithe amount of silver to be coined to The provision in section one of the act f entitled an act to su horize the coinage of the standard dollar nd to restore its legal tender rbich requires the secretary of thetreas ry to purchase at the market price there f not less than worth of silver ulliou per nor more than worth per menth of such s hereby Edmunds Without interfering ith the fine supposition which we are I wish to avoiding thereby o far as I am any call for the eas and that I am opposed to the ill as it now and to every one of ts amendments in general and in partlc lar and that am not to be aled upon hereafter to account or having allowed an amendment to pass without calling for the eas and I am willing to deliver ivertothe Democratic whatever t may a question wnhb I have no Irae to the management of the inances of the country for the time I only state this in order that I nay not trouble the senate with demand ngthe yeas and nays on the various or namentations that are being given to this loodlum which is set The question of the re iponslbility of the senator from Vermont s of course of no consequence except to But when he says that we are going to deliver to the Democratic party tbe finances of tbe I ask him what he is going to do with the Repub I friend from and to everyone that this bill is the new platform renewed from 1878 to 1890 of the Democratic party when it has no and I agree that it ought never to have and that its purpose is to entangle the Republican party and to deliver it over to Reagan and Vest replied to and Plumb spoke of his speech as being the snme sort of a jeremiad which the senate had heard from mm in 1878 when the coinage bill was Tbe question was taken up on Reagans amendment and it was agreed to without Teller moved to add the following as a new section That the certificates provided for in this act shall be receiv able tor all taxes and dues to the United States of every description and shall be a legal tender for the payment of all debts public and After a long discussion it was modi at the suggestion of by adding the words and all silver certifi cates already and as so modified it was agreed nays Plumb moved to insert the follow ing as an additional section Owners of bullion deposited for coinage shall have the option to receive coin or its equiva lent In the certificates provided for in this aud such bullion shall be quently Agreed to without di The bill was then reported to tho sen and all tho amendments agreed to in the committee of the whole were agreed to in the 40 Chandler moved to insert the fol lowing amendment No gold or silver bullion shall be received by the treasury department under this act except such as shall be shown to be the product of mines within the United Teller moved to lay the amend ment on the Agreed nays The bill as amended was tifioates provided for in this act and such bullion shall be subsequently Section 0 provides for covering into the treasury the fund held for the re demption of national bank The title of the bill was amended so as to read An act to provide for the free coinage of gold and silver bullion and for other The bill for tbe admission of Wyoming as a state was vaken up so as to make it thp unfinished business and the senate f THE HOUSE June house passed the sundry civil appropriation bill and then proceeded to the consider ation of the Indian appropriation bill In committee of tbe The appropri ation of to refund to Cherokee Indians the expense of their removal to the Indian Territory was stricken Pending further action the committee rose and the house The Obanoea for Vlree June as to the probable action of the house on the senate silver bill differ very There is a belief on the port of some that before any action is taken a caucus will be held to deolde upon tne course to There is a even among friends of the bill as it passed the senate that it will get into a conference and that out of that conference will be evolved a bill providing for the purchase of four and Onehalf million junces of silver the certificates issued In payment thereof to be legal tender and not redeemable in Such a it is generally would receive the presidents The free coinage advocates express the opinion that the house will pass the sen ate THE WORK OF Further Details of tbe Farm Bill Mine The Friends of the Unfortonatc Men Still Continue to Hope Against The Tariff nays as follows going latfor to lean platform Is he consent or agree that the platform of the Republican adopted in Chicago in shall be the platform of tbe Democrtlc party If he is be going to claim for the Republican party platform adpoted at Louis In Berry Blodgett Oameroa Cocltrell Colqnltt Ueorge jornian Harris Oaaey Obandler KdmnndB Heant IngallB Ark Nev Kenna Uanderaon Mitchell Moody Morgan Paddock Paaco Payne Pierce Plumb Bvaita Krye Hrov Bale Banley Illscock Hoar Power Pngh Raoaorn Reagan Sandera Squire Stewart Teller Turple Vance VeBt Voorheea WaltuaU Morrill Platt Hawyer Sherman Spooner Stockbrldffe Waehburn Md2S The following is bill as it now stands That from and after the June chairman of the senate finance committee an nounced that at todays meeting of the Republican members of committee the tariff bill was closed against further and will be reported to the The teport of the minority will probably nof be presented until the latter part of tbe Morrill said that the debate will likely begin nert THE CONDITION OF Vhonaiindf of Aorea of Oatd Deatroyed by the Grain Plant June weeks farm Jiatiea will say Correspondence from the thirteen states covered by our crop reporters shows that rains Save been abundant aud timely all the terri tory save in portions of JSaneas and Ne In the latter state still prevail in two southern tiers of Local showers have fallen in parts of the but not sufficient for the best growth of In Kansas a majority of the counties in the central and western portion of the stase need In the eastern part of the state heavy showers havo fallen and crops already show the beneficial Since our last report the outlook for the oat crop has materially In Missouri and thousands of acres have been complete ly destroyed by the grain plant in connection with early and pro longed drouth in the west and north bids fair to reduce the crop 20 to 25 per cent below the average At this date Wisconsin appears to be the only state in the above mentioned territory that is likely to harvest a full has been damaged by the grain plant louse but to a less extent than Unfair Local June hearing on the petition of the Farmers Alliance for the lowering of the local freight rates in Kansas was bad this afternoon before the board of railroad commission Among the prominent men present were Governor exGov ernor Martin president of tbe Farmers editor Qvttchlnton Jones of Van Soenea Attont the Plte Mouth Are of the Moet Pltluble to Bench the Imprlaoned Hen xhronjch Oiher Adjacent Wont of the Blame Cor the Calamityother June night long the rescuing parties remained at the manhole Farm Hill but their et forts were At S oclock last evening all hopes of rescuing the impris oned miners was Eflorts were made to enter the burning slope through the Mahoney and Ferguson It was found impossible to get near the men through the owing to the formation of the and In the Ferguson pit the air was so bod it was impossible to travel any Under these conditions tha most sanguine of workers and it was then determ ined to cut off all fresh air and let the mine burn itself that the bodies might be At the first drift a solid wall of well plastered was built across the open Material was wheeled down the entrance to where the men were at work and an air fan was set at work supplying fresh air to the The Associated Press correspondent was enabled to reach the point where the men were Traces of fire damp still re main in the The effects were in an aching of the head and a partial loss of There was little change at the mine except that the fire was the smoke blacker and the despair of the survivors deeper than ever The light for the dead was kept up by the living all but the early gray of the morning only found the rescuing party driven further back from the death chambers and they could not penetrate within five hundred feet of the place they had reached last Early ibis morning Martin pit lung and for some weeks has been inhaling hot generated in a machine patented by a On Mondav the bulb of the thermometer placed in one of the tubes of the machine for the purpose of testing the heat a lowing the mercury to mix with the hot It became vaporized and was In haled by The poison took a firm grip on the patients system and she died after suffering twentyfour The case was reported to the coroners office and Deputy Coroner Jenkins made an examination and found that the facts were as bad been represented by the fam The OtUtwa June Ohautauqua assembly opened this afternoon under very favorable The weather was ill that could be Ottawa not having been In the pathway of any All the instructors advertised have reported for f ull ot fervor and Regular and special trains brought more passengers than upon any previous opening lectured at 3oclock on A Chapter in the History of He is an intellectual giant and aroused the Interest and enthusiasm of the great audience to a high He delivers two other lectures during i he Bain the Kentucky ora filled the great tabernacle and held them spell bound for two hours on a theme The Age and Land in Which We The assembly is growing in attend interest and The pres ence of such families as that of Associate Chief Justice of and Governor proves that the great principle of the assembly are becoming under The grounds are In excellent condition and all the Borroundlngs arc very favor Tomorrow Introduces the distin guished Dean Professor of THE Principal Events On the Race Courses Theflreat Ton Tuonsnnd Dollar Subur ban stakes at Sheepshead Bar Won by Ownliu a Oloee Seooud With Venny Htwten IB Not BTenta at Dais Kaoea of tho Cltr Jockey at LoamOther Sporting June event of the the third race for the suburb an was won by Cassiai Tenny Winners were Civil Russell and The event was down on the card ai fol lows Fourth the a handicap sweepstakes of half forfeit and only 25 it the as sociation to add the amount necessary to mate the value of tha race the second to receive and the third out of the money added one mile and a And here are the horses and rluers who should strike under these Tat lor when Cleveland nomindate of the passage of this the unit wuoAi vyravojauu noa ated Names are sometime 1 prefer to believe that in this ebullition of objection the senator from Vermont loes not represent either himself or the Republican He will some day think better of this proposition to meet the just and reasonable demands of the people of the United States in regard to the currency supply and the material of which it Is to be I am not willing that the remarks of the senator from Vermont shall go to the country as representing the Republican party al of if it were a question between the senator and he would epiratmt it and not stand by the Repub lican party platform fully and In all its but our the Dem ocrats on the oJier side of the and their deluded followers and coadju tors laughter have abandoned that Re publican platform and transformed into a platform which no Democratic conven tion ever dared to make and which no Democratic administration and no Demo cratic bouse of representatives ever dared to propose because they knew that swiftly it takes some a year or two the people of the United States would find out that they had been deluded and misled for getting up the cry on behalf of people who have something to sell am people who have something to a cry of ex And when the expansion comes or the debtor who will have profited by the expansion but it is the very people whom these gentlemen are now howling against so strongly that will have made all the That is what all human experience has senator from Vermont has made an assertion la directly contradicted by the record and is histor ically The house of representa tives in with a large Democratic did pare and a free coinage It came to the senate and was mutilated The tree coin age feature of it was taken out of it by of value of the United States shall be the dollar and the same may be coined of of standard or at 25 8 10 grains of standard gold and the said coin shall be equally legal tender for all public or private that there after any owner of silver or gold bullion may deposit the same at any mint of the United States to be formed into standard dollars or bars for his own benefit and without charge but It shall be lawful to refuse any deposit of less value than or any bullion so base as to be unsuitable for the operations of the That the provision of section three of an act to authorize the coinage of the standard silver dollar and to re store its legal tender character which became a law February la here by made applicable to the coinage in this act provided the certificates provided for In the second section of this act and all silver and gold certificates already is sued shall be of denominations of not less than one nor more than ane hun dred dollars such certificates shall be redeemable In coin of standard A sufficient sum to carry out the pro visions of this act is hereby appropriated out of any money in the not otherwise The provision in section 1 of the act of entitled an act to authorize the coinage of the standard silver dollar and to re store its legal Under which requires the secretary of the treasury to purchase at the market price thereof not lesi than two million dollars of silver bullion per nor more than four million dollars worth per month of such is hereby That the certificates provided for in this and all silver and gold cer tificates already issued shall be receiva ble for all taxes and debts to the United States of every description and shall be a legal tender for tha payment of all public and The owners of bullion deposited for coinage lhall have the opportunity to receive coin or iti equivalent the oer chief of the Kansas City Bu reau of Hodkinot Kansas The examination of witnesses to show the unfairness of the local rates occupied a large part of the The de cision of the commissioners was A Halatead June of incor poration have been filed for a standard guage railroad miles The proposed line is to be built from Bis to passing through Sedgwick and Bumner The capital stock is named at ten million The directors are Gehne and James all of Jlal Committed June a railroad em ploye at this commuted suicide by hanging last Saturday His motive for the act is not as nothing wan found on his person would throw any light on the His who live in have been noti but as yet have not been heard Strike at June railroad m Cleveland Is tied up and the wheels of the passenger and mail trains are the only ones turning this The switchmen are on a At a meeting this morning the strikers decided to re main Six hundred men are out of boss of the Anchor made a daring attempt to reach the eight drifting of the Hill Farm mines from the Mahoney one mile and a half away accom He crowded ever the drifts and fallen slate to witnin one hundred yards of the latal chambers and snundea again and again but listened for response iu Tua men were either smotuered or were fighting tue fire that was steadily increasing on ineir narrow and cut and abandoned the uopeleea quest of seeking an answer from one hundred yards of solid dump The about the pits mouth is all the more pitable because of the twenty four hours of anguish that has rolled over the heads of the relatives and ttiends of the entombed and hundreds stand steadily at the mouth gazing wretchedly at the black columns of smoke that seems to grow thicker every indicating that the coal is now burning instead ut timber and tool Cries for volunteers to re lieve the workers was and responses come before the sen tence had been They are telling stories about the mine and one of the most touching is thatof a man named Kelly and an old man named The latter had safely carried Kuily from the pits in three successive times and Hayes bore terrible scars to show the fight he had had with fire for the sake ol his When Hayes rushed Into the mine alter the explosion yesterday to find his whose unguarded lamp had settbe damps on he fell dead within a stones throw of his boys Then there came crawling after him a black ened spectre who gathered his scorched form tenderly in his arms and Kelly car ried all that was mortal of his three times savior to the open air and fell burned and Later reports say the mine is in the en tire charge of mine Inspector Keighley and he is making strenous efforts to en ter from the Mahoney They tell the women and children that their peo ple may be alive in a distant chamber but they scarcely hope and certainly do not believe it Coroner Holbrook is here this morning and viewed the two dead bodies but refused to hold an in quest or render a verdict until the other bodies are An air fan to fur nish ventilation to the dine will be put in operation this afternoon in the Fergu son pit as work will also be commenced Jimmy Itynch Fata faddr HoBrlde to Bleep In Klajhteen June fierce and bloody prize fight took place near Oak between Jimmy Lynuh of this city and Faddy McBride of Eighteen rounds were fought and both men were badly was the worst bis face being pounded to a jelly and made un Fully three hundred spectators from New York and Philadel phia witnessed the which was ex tremely vicious from the start o the The match was for the featherweight championship and gruw out of McBrlaes besting Lynch in a oilround glove con test in Hoboken last In the eighteen round Lynch landed a riKbthander on McBridea which put him to and Lynch was declared the Witnin five minutes after the fight both of McBrides eyes were closed and he waa as blind as a bat The hands of both men were badly used To Consolidate the June move ment is on foot and well under way to consolidate the four It will be remembered that we are living under four respective municipal The scheme is to consolidate and then have Governor Bteele appoint a set of officers for the one This will save the people considerable The governor has said that he would appoint a mayor and council if the people de sired This question will be decided bv a vote of Prince Martin At the start Uassius in front and in the short distance had already a lead of a that gallant mare from the Hoggin was running second and the others followed in a Going around the first Cassias still had his lead of a length from who was a head before Firenzi Prince Royal Race land Montague As yet no move had been made either Salvator or Murphy was letting the former run while Garrison hod a double pull on Post the quarter they went at a terrific pace wltbj Oassius increasing his lead while Longstreet kept second place from Strldeaway who kept bis lead In front of with the whites and blue of Tenny way in the Dave Pulnlfers horse was carried so fast that he skulked and appeared out of the Now Garrison began to move up with and as the blue and white began to move through the mass of other colors ft great shout went up from the on heard it and was quick as a He Bent Salvator into third Longstreet was a halt length in front of him with the others bunched close Going down the back stretch Cossus increased the pace and at ene time had a lead of four Longstreet still held second place with a deathlike and Salvator was but a half a length Prince Royal had taken fourth place and Tenny waa yellow sleeves began to flash at a faster pace now and Garrison set the pace for him with At the head of the stretch both were close on to The Beverwick stable candidate still held her lead of three Salvator was only a neck in front of fol lowed by Roceland and the Now they were all ranged out for the race Inch by inch Balvator crawled up on the leading As yet no whip or spur had been Garrison was working des perately on but the little norse couldx not get all were whip Ing like Still Cassius held bis Cholera In June cholera epi demic Is subsiding at Puebla de but the disease is spreading In the en virons of that A suspicious death has occurred at It is reported that yellow fever has broken out In the germs of the disease having been brought In a cargo of cotton by a New Orleans The cargo and the Boys where the cases have been ordered to be June superintendent of the Burling ton and Quinoy lines in Iowa and Mis is to be the general manager of the Hannibal and and the Kansas Joe and Council Blufls succeeding in that position in will become general manager of the Burlington and Quincy locating the Allen Ooee np a Notch El NBAS June even ing the Star will announce that superintendaotbf the Rock Island railway weat of the Missouri has been ai appointed asslstani of the entile systen it general man ager of the entire system with headquar at June seems to be many views as to the cause of the fire and the proper if for placing the Coroner Holbrook has appointed three miners and nine citizens on the He placed the miners there because they were the greatest sufferers and they wanted a show if their remedy could be The mine is so located that Hooding the mine is and smothering it mean certain death to the men providing they are Nearly all the mines in this region are closed down and money and provis ions are pouring in on every A rescuing party has just appeared at the mouth of the Ferguson mine and report the chambers of that drift rapidly filling with This if it does not entirely cut all hopes of reaching the Imprisoned men from that She Inhaled Mercury and NBW June Syl vester of one of the partners of Hill wholesale doing business at 561 Broadway and living at 87 Welt met with a peculiar death last For a number of yean Hill has been ailing with Maine June dissatis fsction among the Democrats owing to the refusal of the Democratic state con vention to adopt a license plank in its platform has culminated in a movement to call a state convention and to meet In mass convention In this city July and nominate a candidate for BXarton Couutjr June were elected by the Republican county convention to the congressional conven tion favorable to Harrison Kelly and to the state convention against resubmis Humphrey and Ingalls were en Caseins wine madly shout the thousands as the last furlong pole is Salvator wins shouted another and then the gtlUnt chestnut under the desperate of Murphy draws The wire Is very near and Taml and Murphy are rid ding for all they Intheiast jump Salvator gets his head in front and wins by a neck with Cassius a length and a half in front of Strldeway was four lengths Then came Prince Mon tague and Longstreet time Bacea at Kanaaa KANSAS June was the seventh day of the spring meeting of the Kansas City Jockey First four furlongs Flanchett Miss Elklns Maunora third Second one mile Whittler Will Lyons Vanda HjzUt third Third hotel one and onefourth miles Verge DOr Bettina Pilgrim third Fourth puree six furlongs heats Bpaulding La premier Banardo third best time Fifth purse one mile and seventy yards Dyer Co Second Dlatrlek KASSAB June Repub lican central committee of the Second congressional district of now represented by Congressman met in Kansas this afternoon and called the convention to meet at Kansas Fifth Dtotrlot June The Fifth district congressional committee met jn this city today and oallxd the Republican convention to meet in Clay Prince Albert third best time 2 Wlunera at June of to days races Qlockner and Bullied bjr Bum and NEW June J ustice Ford in the Yorkville police court yes terday committed Robert Smiley to the Island for one month at bis own Smiley eight years ago was tha owner of a coal yard at Kleventb avenue and For tysecond and was estimated to be worth A passion for drink and proved his and In the court room yesterday he was a pitia ble He bad no home to go to and thanked Justice Ford for sending him to the Treating With the June Indian commissioners have about cloaeif with tbe Pottawattomln In tbe terms by the tribe are really better than was at their own offer to sell tbe sur plus asres for tl 25 per acre The com mission will accept these Weather June Forecast until For Eanaas Fair warmer southerly Ooafrearaan BatoU June Demo crats of Mlaaourl congressional district laaomlnated J   

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