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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 20, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                ll WHAT Shall We Do to k Saved 4 HUTCHINSON Opinions of One Hundred Leading Kansas Lawyers on Needed Temperance READ The toiw in Niat Sundays FRIDAY JUNE IN The Bouse Gets In a Snarl Over tho Silver Ami Refuses to Indorse Speaker BceUa Jicforence to the Committee Minor Considered In the Ohangei In the McKlnley BUI poteu by the Senate Finance Commlt With Latin Amerl Free Interchange of ttami and OOHlp i Wallieroil About thn national Capital June the clerk read the journal this morning he omitted as is the paragraph relating to the reference of the silver bill by the speaker to the committee on weights and Me Kinleymoved the adoption of the journal and demanded the previous question objected and demanded the read ing of the journal in The chair or dered the roll call on the previous ques tlon and the house refused to ordei the previous The clerk then read the entry concerning the reference of the silver Mills offered a resolution to striki dut that Cannon rose to a point of orde that such action would strike out a poin of fact During the discourse Mills re ferred to a decision made by the speake in regard to the Washin gton poatoOlc which he held was totally at varlanc with the present Butterworth controverted Che con struction put on the decision by Mr and said that it he had so con strued the speakers decision he woul have voted to overrule Crisp suggested that if the gentle man had done that It would have bee the first time he had ever voted to over rule the Butterworth remarked smiling that the chair was always disclaiming any discourtes in drawing a simile between the gentle mans remark and the remark of th Hindoo when he approached his hldeou god I know that he is but I fee that he Is Springer of Illinois contended th right of the house to revise the journa and make it show what a majority of th house decided it should The pur pose of referring the bill to the commit tee on weights and measures waa to prevent the house from voting on the question of concurrence in the senate Bland of Missouri held that there was no other course open but to strike erroneous reference of the bill from the That would place the bill on the speakers table again and allow the house to get at Butterworth of Ohio said that the time hadnot come when the Republican party was willing to abdicate its control over the business of the The question would be put next not in time to affect this McMillan of it will be in time to effect Democratic Continuing Butterworth said that the real question before the house was whether or not the speaker had referred the bill to the or that It or was not properly The reso lution offered recited that a cer tain thing was that It was done erroneously and that done erroneously it was not done at The ques tion arose whether the speaker was au thorized to make the He con tended that he was ao Rule 31 gives the speaker authority to refer public bills to appropriate Clause of rule reads as follows Message from the senate may be re ferred to the appropriate committee In the same emphasizing the last three words and with the same right of correction au public bills presented by Springer argued that tbe silver bill was not under the before the house because business on the speakers table had not been Butterworth said the pending proposition looked to the correction of s record by striking out a part which tbe resolution itself constituted a part of the It sought to unhorse the Republican majority of the house and to put the Democratic minority in the sad It was intended to show that the Democrats were more able to de termine what the wants ef the people were and better able than the Republicans to respond to the demands ot the Republican The Re publicans should not abdicate in favor 01 the Democrats until at least they should determine that they were unable to con duct the business of the Re publican He wag in favor ol an early consideration of the silver bill The question now was not whether there should be an early consideration ot the but was whether the Republicans should Btulllfy themselves by voting for a resolution which asserted that a thing was and then said it was not done and which rebuked the speaker for hav ing conformed to the plain letter and spirit of the Anderson of while declar ing himself an earnest advocated of free maintained the correctness of the speakers The speaker was bound to obey the rules of the and be had done so He Anderson was not going to vote that two and two were when he knew that they were But he wantei to ask tbe chairman of thecommHree on weights and measures whethe that committee would give the house a chance to vote upon the Conger of Chairman of tha inquired whether that woul determine the gentleman in voting n the whether two and two made four or Anderson repeated his Conger replied that as far as h was personally concerned he woiiU make every effort to legislatloi on this I am Crisp suggested that the commit tee on rules might have something to sa on the Anderson retorted that the mem ben ot that committee were as devote the Interests ot the people as the gen eman from Crisp reminded the gentleman that e committee had refused to permit the ousetoyote on the free coinage ot Williams of remarked that he majority on weights and coinage was pposed to free Was the gen eman from Kansas willing to send the 111 to that committee Anderson suggested that the bill was there now and it could not be pre majority can do any hlng it Derisive laughter nn he Democratic of sotto t it gets a Anderson then proceeded to argue n favor of the position taken by the peaker citing former decisions ot the peaker to show that it was directly in he line of of addressed Imselt to an analysis ol the hold ng that under it was the plain duty of he speaker to refer any house bill with enate carrying appropria ions to the appropriation Mills of Texas said that the point le had made was that under existing rules the silver bill remained upon the speakers table to be disposed of aa the and not tbe speaker should deter His resolution did not state some ting had been done and therefore It had not been done at It declared that the speaker had done what the house alone had the power to The speaker in rendering this decision said The house must bear in mind that this was not a question of politics or cur It was a question ot parliamen tary and on the decision of the house dopentled the carrying out of the system of rules the house had If not satisfied with the reference directed by the speaker under the pres ent system of the house could change the Did this bill con tain provisions which under the rules ought to be considered in committee of the whole There was a provision in the original house bill by which certain bullion was to be purchased and certificates issned The senate amendment was an amendment for free coinage and for this an appropriation was If anything was clear in parliamentary law it was that this bill was one of those which would be properly considered in committee of the and this being BO It was the ob vious duty of the chair to in the same manner In which hundreds of bills had been referred during the present Tho point of order raised by the gen tleman from Illinois Cannon put the chair in au embarrassing position be cause the proposed action By the house was a declaration that an error had been nade in parliamentary It was osed to erase from the journal a ques on of While the chair might have ome doubt about the point of he elt that it was a question the house ought o He would therefore over ule the point of order and submit the uestion to the Cannon moved to table Mills On a standing vote this car to Morrow of Bartine f Nevada and Townsend of Colo rado voted with the They ent request of a senator who had a right to claim something at the hands of the sergeantatarms or another The senate then begun consideration of the executive and judicial appropriation After all the amendments of the com mittee on appropriations were disposed of the bill was laid The message of the president vetoing the bill to change the boundaries ot the Uncompahgre Indian reservation was read and referred to the com mittee on Indian Also the message of the president in relation to reciprocate commercial treat ies with the Latin American Laid on the In connection with the last mentioned subject Hale pre sented an amendment to be offered to the tariff bills in the words and the presi dent of the United States IB herbv author ized without further legislation to de clare the ports of the United States free and open to all the products of any nation of the American hemisphere upon which no export duty is imposed whenever and so long as such nation shall admit to its ports free ot all provincial municipal and other corn meal and other bread fish vegetables and cotton seed rice and other provisions including all articles of furniture and all other articles of wood agricul tural Implements and machinery mining and mechanic and structural steel and steel locomotives railway cars and street re fined petroleum or such other products ot the United States as may be agreed After eulogies on the deceased New York representatives Nutting and the senate The Senate Tariff June senate BUTLER Census Superintendent Porter Lays Figures Before Tho GencralB Totals Appear to be Largely the RtBaK of HIM FarmMortgage Statement la Bhown to Have Been Without Bo Were the Fall Value of Che Beductlon Jn Debtt All Kind What tha June 19 tood in a little estera side of the ha P all on the extreme and were over ooked by the speaker in his first ut Morrow called attention to the mission and It was On a vote y tellers the motion to table was nays The question then recurred on Mills resolution audit was agreed nays At the conclusion of the roll call the ote stood yeas nays A change if one vote would be necessary to defeat the resolution by a tie vote and that vote wns made by Funston of amid the derisive jeera of the This left thq vote yeas nays Jut the change proved Abbott of Texas and Butler of Flor whose names were not stated that they had voted in the nfflrma ive and the speaker accepting their statements the vote stood yeas nays Then MoKinley arose and amid he Democratic laughter changed his vote to the affirmative and the vote was finally announced yeas nays was then recognized to move a reconsideration and alsotomove an Mills managing to sandwich a motion to lay the motion to reconsider on the On the motion to lay the resolu ilon on the table the following Repub icans voted with the Democrats in the negative De Marrow and Town send of On the resolution itself Ewark did not The other gentlemen voted with the Democrats in the ut only for the purpose of moving a re The motion to adjourn was 110 The vote recurring on Mills mo tion to table the motion to reconsider it was agreed 131 Mills then moved the approval of the journal as asking to with draw the preamble which recites that the order of reference made by the speaker referring the silver bill to the committee on weights and measures was incorrect undertherules of the house and done without authority under said objected and the ques tion recurred on the adoption of the pre It was nays Republican Springer moved the approval of the journal as pending which on motion of the house at 7 oclock THE June Quays resolution forbidding the sergeantal arms to remove any of his subordinates before the first of July without consent of the senate was taken Cameron offered a substitute for directing the employment as an addi tional page for the present session of the employe whose re moval was the cause of Quays reso lution being Both resolutions were referred to the committee on con tingent discus in which Sherman spoke of Quays resolution as slapping a man In the face just as he was leaving his and that the employe had been re moved because he had passed the limit of age for a page and because the urg nnance committee has adopted a very business like way of dealing with the tar iff All of the appropriations hereto fore passed at this and are likely to be passed were put on In the es timate an allowance of was made for The Galveston har the Sault and the federal building which have as yet only passed one branch of wereln These items were made the lia bility side of the ledger and were footed They gave tho committee the prob able expenditures to be provided Then the committee took the revenue of the coming year as it would be under the existing Keeping constantly in view this rel a tlon between income and the Republican senators proceeded to cut and change the MoKinley When they made a reduction they figured close ly on the effect this would have on the importation of that class of If they concluded it would increase the Im ports so as to increase the they credited the income side of the ledger with the probable In this way the bill was revised from end to The senators aimed to make their estimates of expenditures and in come just They think their it will cause neither surplus nor The McKinley committee worked throughout with the principle of protection to American industries con stantly in There is going to be some very lively protesting from manu facturers when the changes made by the senate committee are well Federal Election June chairman of the committee on election of presi vicepresident and representative in congress today submitted the report of the committee upon the federal election bill drafted in pursuance of the instruc tions of the Republican Your committee deem it sufficient to say here that they believe that violence and corruption exist to such a and popular confidence has been so largely shaken in regard to elections in many congressional districts that they have as little doubt of the expediency of such a measure as this which they pro as they have of the full and abso lute power of congress to enact legisla tion of this whenever circumstances seem as they do now imperatively to demand superintendent of the hag written a reply to the statements of Benjamlne Butler in relation to farm Porteri toiler is pub lished in todays issue of the National having been written by request ot the editor of that It is dated June and begins by quoting But lers startling declaration toat the agri cultural lands ot the westrn ex clusive ot city and town are mortgaged for Porter denies that Butler had any reliable basis for this no official figures In relation to the mortgage in debtedness of the entire western states have ever been In aays the total as sessed value of western real in cluding city lots and town and county or holdings other than was according to the cen It la that Butlers total ot indebtedness would rep resent the assessed value of agricultural lands in these states after deducting therefrom the value of town and county As the census office is now conducting an elaborate inquiry into every state and territory in the Union for the purpose of ascertaining the recorded Indebtedness of real and as it is the intention of the office under the act approved to instigate still further inquiry as to the ownership of homes and farms and the mortgage indebtedness it would be out of even were it for me to make any estimate as to the total amount of mortgaged To counteract such a as I have implies that the mort gage indebtedness of agricultural lands at the present time is equivalent to its it is only necessary to call atten tion to such inquiries as have been made by the statistical departments of some of the western and how far these statements support or contradict period of followed by the ap pointment in several ot the most important states of commissions to in quire into municipal ihe of most of these inquiries were beneficial in the extreme aud re sulted hi tne adoption ot constitutional amendments prohibiting the borrowing of money beyond a certain percentage of the assessed value at The ef fect of these organic provisions and the legislation resulting therefrom undoubt edly did much to stem the torrent of mu nicipal which ten and fif teen years ago threatened to engulf many growing city and to make a burden of taxation greater than the people could In realizing the great want of in formation on the I instituted an inquiry with a view to finding out defin ite facts bearing on the increase of That inquiry developed the fact that iu the principal cities of the country the debt between 1868 aud 1870 had increased 200 per and taxation HI per valuation only 15 per and population only S3 per 1 found then cities struggling under burdens almost impossi ble to In one state there were nine cities which were annually pitying an ag gregate of interest on while the total annual expenses for car rying on local government of these same cities only amount to Then came the census of Heretofore no attempt had ever been made to gauge this As a result it was found that the municipal indebtedness of the country was and the county indebtedness It U impossi ble to show the per centage of increase between 1870 and because there was no figures suitable for comparative pur but it is sale so assume that the increase of municipal indebtedness dur ing period was simply tremendous Within a lew weeks the census office will be able to show the changes in municipal debt during the last Within the last few days the totals of the bonded debt of counties of the country have been and it is shown to be an increase ot about 35 per cent since The in crease in county indebtedness is largely in the western where the growth in population and wealth has been the and making a total of but of about Hia testimoney was to the effect that a contract was made between the defen dants and Councilman by which the former were to carry grain to New York for eighteen cents per one hundred which was about two cents less than the regular These arrange ments had been in vogue about three or four weeks to witness dur ing which time several can of grain had been KOBE Of Poplar Badly Damaged by ft Big POPLAR June cy clone hit Poplar Bluff It came from the northwest as all clones do and was traveling in a southeasterly direction at a breakneck It took half the roof of the big roller mill now occupied by colored carrying a portion of it two One wall to the onestory brlok building owned and occupied by Fisher was raised and on one side came smashing show The entire store is a wreck and will have to be Four persons were in the but none of them vvere seriously By tha iron roof caving Clevelands store was so badly damaged that the rain which fol lowed beat in and did probably not less than as sewing machines nd organs were swimming in Fisher places his damage at Neither Fisher nor Cleveland had any cyclone The Morris house was badly damaged also considerable of the roof was torn many ot the window panes bro ken and an adjoining shed Furniture and carpets were badly dam aged by mother of the ex Sheriff was struck by flying glass and seriously out about the A building occupied by Albro Babcock was lifted off Its but was not badly The cyclone passed into the swamps without doing further so far as is now It is that it has cut a swath through the heavy timber east of the assumption of And hi the case must rest until tbe exact facts are made public through tbe census of In Michigan the commissioner of American mind but itll il Men of June President Harrison today transmitted to congress a letter from Secretary Blalne upon the suggestion of a customs union and rec ommendations in respect by the panAmerican Secretary Blalne suggests an amendment to the tariff bill authorizing the president to de clare the ports of the United States free to the products of any American nation upon which no export duties are charged no lone as such nation shall admit to its ports the manufactures and products of the United Tho Presidents June McKee and Demmick of the presidents left Washington at 9 oclock this morning In a special car for Cape May where they are due at this Olalnu a Bottle Is a June Charles who was arrested todtty for sell Ing liquor contrary to will stand trial and endeavor to escape punishment under the original package He sold beer by the bottle which he took from a case of twenty four bottles that he obtained from He will claim that these bot tles are original Heretofore the jointists admitted that a case ot beer is an original not a bottle taken from and Grahams point is therefore something If he wins it will open a much wider Held for the sale of liquors in prohibitory Qraham is so con fident that his lawyer will win that he has given bond and is still Pawnee June In the primary today for Psw neeg nominee for member of congress for the Seventh district Lamed city and township gave Bdwards twentyeight majority over Henry which tbe only outlying precinut yet heard cuts to The vote IB light and the Indications are that it wilt be exceedingly bor estimates the total assesed value of the farms of that state at and the mortgage indebtedness at with an annual interest of nearly If Boilers estimate was anything near the mark it will be readily seen that the mortgage indebtedness of Michigan would be nearer than Iu Illinois tbe investi gation conducted by John Lord has been more inasmuch as the report claims to be complete for tne en tire From this report we learn that the total recorded indebtedness of Independent i the state is about bearing is an annual interest of about nation of Of this nearly 53 per cent of tenants la found in Cook and in a large measure represents the In cumbered lots of Chicago and The amount of mortgage indebtedness outside of Cook county aggregates and the annual intereat Of this repre sents the mortgages on lauds and farms lots outside of Ctonk county and chattels being with an annual interest ot The total number of acres ot incumbered land in the state is in a total acreage of It will thusbe seen that 23 per of tbe entire acreage of the state Is under mort On the other it should be borne in mind thai the productive power ot the lands in outside of Cook exceeded f in a sum nearly 83 per greater than the total mortgage indebtedness on all lands iu the anmlii interest being less than In the state of Ohio attempts have like wise been made by the labor bureau to estimate the mortgage though from want of money the gentle men who conducted these inquiries frankly acknowledged that the results after but and no great value from the standpoint of exact This agitation of thd debt question is pneot the healthy signs of the and indicates the popular abhorrence of debt peculiar to Soon after the war public attention was called to the national and every loyal Americas citizen seemed to feel a personal interest in paying this public senti ment the tremendous burden of nearly melted like an iceberg in the summer The national debt went down from at its highest point in to I of over D3 par and a feat in debt reproducing which has not its parallel in the history of the Then came the agltalion in relation to state which had gone up during the especially in the southern to an enormous The reduction of some of these debts was not as creditable to the people of the states where the burden wan tbi greatest as the reduction is shown to be in the western states and In other parts ot the where progress has not been so county indebtedness shows little or no when we take into consideration the fact that the wealth and population of these sec tions have probably grown 30 to 35 per indicates that the debt is coming less There may have been during the last decade a great increase In municipal but it is im possible Co state anything at present with accuracyon this It is when we take nto account the great decrease during last ten years ot the national the decrease which I have already shown in state which in itself more thnn balances in the county that the publicIndebtedness of the United States will upon the whole show a very considerable Porter then Bays thateven should it be shown that municipal indebtedness has increased or we shall still have a decrease of in the public indebtedness ot the Still he maintains agitations of this kind are healthy since they may re suit in private ab well as public In conclusion he says The only fair way to judge of this question of debt is with a clear and accurate idea of the natural productive resources available for its For my own part I can not believe that thiigrand with its myriad of independent farmers and patriotic land destined great little become a and than It is not only repugnant to the KICKS AT RAN8AB Closing Day a Very Suocewifnl Meetingof the Jockey KANSAS June closing day of the Kansas City Jockey Club meeting as is generally the a great day for long The track wasslow and poorjtime was made in every The meeting has been more successful than any of its Tbe attendance has been generally Some very good races have been run and fair time Much credit is due to who acted as and to Starter First six furlongs Ed Leonard Minnie Elkia second Second purse one mile Hamlet Cashier Spaldlng third 8 Third one mile heat Tremler Brown Duke Friendless third best Fourth one mile aud seventy yards Pilgrim Miluourne Mehome third Fifth purse of one and onesixteenth miles John Daly Osborne third Wlnnan at June winners at todays races were Ireland and THE ALLIANCE They Have a Bousing Mass Meet ing at Fine Hood Speakers and In spiring Music Combine to Make n Pleasant State Alliance Laotnrer KIMUellTin a Lengthy Ailiireiw on lha Economic or the Biff Day at the Ottawa The Attendance the High Water Other Kaniae June The picnic of tbe Haven township Alli ances today was a grand The heavy rains of last night and this morn ing had completely Hooded the grove la which it had been Intended to hold the This necessitated a which was made to a beautiful grove about a mile northeast of The were necessarily postponed until after When the sun began to shine the teams began to arrive and by l oclock a large crowd had After music by the Rlnggold band of Hutchlusonthe meeting was called to order aad Gpeeoh maklng was the order until 5 at which the crowds began to feeling that they had enjoyed a pleasant aud profitable The chief speech of the day was that of assistant Alliance lecturer for the The address was replete with good advioe to the Alliance men and was well The speaker urged the farmers to study the economic questions of the day with earnestness and that they may be able to act with the greatest poisible wisdom and unanimltyjwheu the proper time He expressed great faith in the saving grace of uie American com mon people and believed that when they come to understand the questions ot the and to fully realize how and by whom they have been un fairly dealt they will rectify these wrongs so fares it is possible to do with justice to He pointed out many of the evils of present the unscrupulous in justices that have been done the people by their betrayers rather than faithful iu our legislative and ple iful the unfair class legislation which tha indifference of the farmers had He left the remedy the farmers His mission was to point out the methods by which they had been unfairly dealt show them how they baa been and he be lieved that when they had studied and learned these things a safe and sure remedy would suggest itself to He spoke for an hour and three quar d At no time during his speech did ible with the American like cities and like may go in dekt a little in advance of what prudence and a strict regard to productive capacity would dic like municipalities and they will extricate A BAY OF the Hill Farm Miners Hay Yet be BelcnoJ June The Impris oned miners have been beard At 4 oclock this evening the men working in the head of the entry through which the rescuing party IB sent word down the entry to keep Every one and in a for a dozen came the sig nal from the Then the men went to work with renewed Tbe men cannot be reached for twentyfour hours The rescuing party is within a few feet of tbe line leading from the Mahonlng to the Hill Farm but after that is reached the men will have to drive through seventy five feet ot coal to reach their Imprisoned The best authorities in the rescuing party hold that it will be after oclock tomorrow before the men are at In a June heavy rain here this afternoon Hooded the streets to such an extent that the were unable to carry off the Dur ing the storm a colored man named Joe Combs was attempting to keep the drift out of a sewer when he slipped aud one leg going between the bars covering the Two men got hold of him and endeavored to pull him In his struggle he broke the bar and the terrific force of the water drew him Into the sewer and he was carried off into the The man leaves a Wsnts BelMi Railway June state board of railroad commissioners met here with Newton citizens today relative to the placing of a passenger train each way on the Missouri Pacific A de cision in the matter was but the prospects are that the commissioners will order the desired train put on tha Millers National June annual convention of the Millers Nation al Association was brought to a conclu sion and amid a torrent of resolu the principal one being the indorse ment of the Butterworth antioption which passed of the national debt wa to the people of the United but iu spite of some repudiation and scaling down of millions of dollars of state debts during the last twenty years have been honestly and the report of the eleventh cen already made public shows that with in the last ten state debts have de creased Almost simultaneously with the agita tion in relation to debts came the even more important agitation of relation to county municipal Imme diatelvutter cities and towns deemed to vie with each other going into debt for the purpose ot mak ing improvements far In advance of the needs ol tbe came a June The hard est and most destructive storm that ever visited this city and section set in about RMn continued to pour down iu torrents with only brief inter missions until about 10 White Clay creek is higher than ever Culverts and bridges are washed lite water mains are broken and the water supply of the city temporarily in terfered damage can hardly be estimated at this Cellars are flooded all along Commercial Owing to the flooding of tbe Champion press tomorrows issue will prob ably be the interest lag or the audience appear anxious for him to bring his remarks to a The rains of last night and this morn ing have soaked the ground to a great and have put the soil in splendid condition for growing Wheat Is being and will prove a guod Oats are while prospects for corn was never aa thousands ot acres of woving green will amply The OttAira June ed ucation and temperance went hand In hand today at the with tem perance in the The idea is to have a special day for special This was temperance Tho prohibition ists marshaled their hosts and led by Bain of Kentucky and the North Carolina colored ably supported president of tbe Kansas State Temperance It waa shown that under prohibition in Kansas the assessed value had Increased from 1880 to more than Nebraska did in the same The business failures in 1880 in Nebraska were one in and only one in seventy six in The attendance IB Bearing high water mark and the classes are already larger than in previous Saturday is young peoples day and all creation is certain to be on the fixPresident Hayes starts Juno at In his special car over the Santa Fu and comes direct Oimsaulus lectured to this afternoon on Cromwell and Wash in Conwell addressed at ght There is great entusiasm in all the encampment because of the glorious weather and increased Charged With Cutting drain June trial of offi cials of tbe Michigan Central for the al leged violation of the interstate com merce law began in the federal court The defendants in the suit are assistant general freight anon tof the Michigan L axent of the Blue Line and local agent of the Michi gan These gentlemen are charged the cutting of grain rates in favor of Councilman tM Ballroad Meu on a June switch conductors and brakemea of the Cleveland and Pittsburg railroad yard here all quit work this A notice of an advance in wages from five to six per to take effect from June was read to but they persisted In going out and left their Protection for June Modret has proposed a modus vivinda which is fa vored by the budget By the termsot the customs tariff will be raised with a view to reconciling Prime Minister Bagasti and the liberals who favor This is tantamount to a surrender of the principles by the free trade Ohio prohibi tion state convention this forenoon adopted a lengthy demanding tho pajsage by congress of a law prohibit ing the introduction and exportation of Intoxicants aa a demanding free and secret ballot to prevent corrupt use of favoring a fair share of profits to tbe and shorter the universal adoption of arbitration for the settlement of labor favoring a tariff for revenue the free coinage of tilver and the service The prohibition state convention con cluded its sessions this Tbe In addition to asks for free coinage ot service pen woman a fair re stricted Immigration and limited owner ship of The following ticket nominated Secretary ot Hamilton Supreme Highland Member of Board of Public Locking Ambmhed turklih June few days ago a number of Christians ambushed and shot three Turkish soldiers and a Cretan A body of Mussul men in revenge killed a Christian and threaten further Arrival of New June passed the landing officers barge office to day Vermont Juae He publican state convention was called to order at 11 oclock The Jos eph Martin of Brattleboro After the appointment of a committee on nominations for governor were in order and tbe names of Carroll Page autl U the present lieutenant were presented numerous Thefirst ballot re eultad in nomination of Page by a vote of 336 to The nominatio then made   

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