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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 24, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                THE OPINIONS OF FIFTY LAWYERS IN M Sunns NEW HUTCHINSON Opinions of Leading Kansas Lawyers on Needed Temperance Temperance Nil Mais TUESDAY JUNE SENATOR PLUMBS Perelatont Efforts to Secure Am nesty for os Currency n Digest of the Financial Situation by n Money Hased on the Cattle and Sheep of the A lluae tnat May be anil tnlll Leave the Certificate M Oooil its Kansas MlM Who Was Disappointed In Senator in Incident In the June The army appropriation bill contains a minor which waa an especial con with Senator for by him with his usual persistency is one which will relieve the minds considerable class of Sub i luenttothe the domoralizad and undisciplined and too often tyranical condition and methods of the service caueed rate of There being effort at capture the men most part returned to honest occupations in civil This is In the eyes of the a criminal Every such inserter being cloud and subject arrest arrt Over a Wur ago Senator Plumb addressed a let t U the president on this ask ing him to issue a proclamation granting amnesty to all deserters prior to The secretary of who finally ac quiesced in the senators drew up the expecting that President Harri son would He did and it has taken a year Senator Plumb to accomplish this magnanimous meas The appropriation as declares that no money RO appropriated shall be used for the arrest or punishment of any deserter prior to and that all such violators of the on application to the secretary of war receive honorable the senator says this effects a larger number of honest citizens than Is ordinari aly The men who will owe their restored honor to Senator Plumb of number many A COWBOY The idea of a commodity rather than amoney basis may be said to now fairly well digested even in the outlaying If the currency question were left to the Colorado cowboy it would possibly solve itself as readily as in the hands of the gold men of Wall following private letter and care V fully prepared senate were received yesterday by Senator from a plainsman temporarily in Colo While the senate would probably disdain even intelligent suggestion from the outside the people in general and f ar v mers in particular may see a solution In this latest scheme for elastic Courtesy forbids the name of the but the subject loses by the June Sin Hay I also not ask tne favor that you in troduce the enclosed whose intent U not to inflate the currency but to give the country money in proportion to the needs of an elastic currency and as good if not better than as than either gold or for the base the bos or bovia thereof mayor can be eaten and the certificate be just as good as SEHiTH Be It enacted the secretiryof the treasury be required to build sttbles and cor rals of extent coequal with the ecope of this receive all cows and sheep tendered to him at market leas tweoty per la eqtag therefor tresinry which aball beleglltenderfor all public and w well between citizens of foreign and receivable for all taxes due the British gov one cow stall l9 equal to sixteen la the coinage of the aforesaid ceilitlcatee sheep eball equal one one cow ahull not only equal but ahAll be eUtoen sheep and sixteen sneep shall be flne actaball be In DISAPPOINTED IN A little miss from Kansas furnished considerable amusement yesterday for a group of visitors in the senate Ten minutes before the opening of the esslon she was seen by a in the statuary hall in company with her father and she was ex pressing her wonder and admiration in rones unsubdued and in terms unquali As the child stood gazing upon the natty elegance of Richard Stockton her father apoko up impatiently glancing at Ws Come I want to see Senator he is the biggest show in the Without giving the little girl a chance to look at the sternfaced the biir Kansan took his wife by the arm and escorted bet through the north door through the under the great without the Embarkation of the Pilgrims or the Baptism of Po they hurried past the supreme court room into the senate and up the marble staircase to the nailery the anxious westerner not pausing until the door of the ladies nailer closed after The blind chaplain had Just finished his prayer BenMor lls wan Beating nimself in thepre g officers Theres thata said the man in a loud said the staring fixedly at the handsome Hlsoock ol New The little girl leaned eagerly ner eyes rapidly scanning the walls and flffcjr there the Thats In said the man pointing with pride to bta distinguished The little ona dropped Her ayes turned fro in the severe looking president Pf to her They spoke ryolumeo of disgust and tlwpe onjy man like the by a scornful wave and its only a the Ittle he isnt even as good looking as you INCIDENT IN THE IIOD8K It was something of a compliment that Mason of paid Ander son of during the recent warm debate on the interstate commerce Anderson proceeded to rip the aoly garment of just and reasonable railroad from hem to collar and fin ished by characterizing this reasonable combination as everday and A most subtle and damnable viola tion of Mason in defence of the senate conference report and in opposition to antipool Ing first declared both Bland and Anderson would at any time delay the adoption of the ten commandments as a moral code to at tend the hanging of a railroad After being asked by Ander son what wai Intended by the meaning glances with which he punctured his re the member from Illinois frankly confessed that Andersons beauty was fi perpetual snare to his an at traction from which he could not divert his mind or attention so long as it re mained on the TAR AND The Dose Promised Original Paokaire1 Men In June wa rightly observed on the Ohautauqua Ai sembly No admission fee wa charged and no teams were allowed i the seventyacre Nothwith standing the lack of a public program the people from city and country pours In in immense Tho various re ligious exercises were held in eleven d partmonts and covered the followin divisions Assembly Sunday scboo primary boys and girls division young peoples senior clas morning afternoon meeting b service of fion conducted by Palmer and class of Every building was packet At a public meeting last night of the ci izens of Ottawa and Franklyn ninetyfive miles beiow the city and it of the until the case he sbip Is loaded with which will 9 brought to the city in The dria does not wish to be and ill have her stores sent to so that IB after being properly 11 from WARNKU Iners Must Not luvade the Navsjo Res SILVBB June even mills at Plnos Alton are n6w run ing on full the others are not oiiig as much altogether as one mill ould do running and the water upply ig continually The eed of rain was never felt more In this art ef New Mexico than It is A ater supply sufficient to run most of the mills at Finos Altos through the season ould be but tne with one exception have not seen fit to in ur the expanse of getting such a lot more than 200 men are at work in the and this state of inactivity will ontmue until there shall have been a good Most of the mines in the inoB Altos district are looking bette ban ever which were the followin resolutions were passed This assembly of citizens of t city of Ottawa and ronnty of Franklin have h under consideration the proposed establlabmu mldat of saloons under the disguise of 1 erstate commerce aa denned and legalized by t recent decision of the United States suprei court and tiuch establishment tor the sale Intoxicating drlnka la a contravention of the w of the people of the elate of as clear expressed In Its prohibitory and In violation of every fundamental right of a state to protect Us citizens qndsr Its police powers from Invasion by a business which Is fatal to the peace and hap piness of families and communities and a burden upon the industries of the people and The supreme court Its decision marked out the uioaob of relief from this techtil cal construction of Its decision and its protection to a business so abhorrent to the people by an act of congieis subordinating the rights and privi leges of Intorstalecommerce to the police powers of the state In relation to Intoxicating Uquorn therefore be It That this representing the seutlmeut and best Interest of our own people and that of thu appeal to the congress of the pnlted States for prompt and full action wblh aball protect us from the Impending dlaas ter sure to follow the reestablUhment of the liquor trafllcln our Whlewebow submllslvoly to tho luprome law of the laad aa construed and applied by ltd highest judicial we do not be lieve that It was the desire or Intention that the great wrong which mmt follow In the path of thledeclslea should be but that It wu the expectation of the court that the congress wituoat remedy the evil which must flow from a decision which must have been rendered with regret oa a logical necess ity arising from the true Interpretation of exist ing and not expressive of tbo court Itself BO fax as Its results were That In submitting to thedoclslon of the say in all earnestness to the that It Is Impossible to contemplate the vmrnga which It will inflict without exciting a determination to revolutionary If the remedy Is not In response to a public de which Is ae universal u sobriety and love of law That a copy of these duly certlfled by the officers of this meeting be forwarded to our senators and o congress for their and with the earnest request that they will use allot the In lluence n their power to tho enact went of a law which shall be a protection to our people from tho Impending Invasion of tho liquor with Ita attendant crimes and The following were alto submitted to the same meeting and unanimously passed by a standing vote Tor twelve yeara no saloon has dis turbed tho piace of and no citizen baa been found willing to disregard the sentiment o our people and defy the overwhelming public opinion analnat the sale of Intoxicating beverages and Certain liquor dsalers from abroad are about to Invade our borders with origins packages and propose to sell them here dejplte the protests of every respectable citizen of the be It Kesolved by the cttlzoni of That we ask alt owners of business proper ty to refuse to rent their rooms such a nefar ious We earnestly ask all persons engaged In the transfe or dray baatness to decline to handle or transport the accuraed All beseech the people of Ottawa to diacoun tenancu and discourage In every possible lawful way the perpetration of this outrage upon socie hitherto without so conspicuous for Us iood order and to Ex Governor Kevs Boas and Adkinaon addressed the One of the reverend gentle men announced the determination of 500 citizens to go ta any and all agents ol original packages and to tell them that if they defied the wishes of the people they would tar and feather them and send them back to Missouri aa original packages whose delivery here was re The report of the prospecting party which succeeded in remaining on the Mavnjo reservation for about three weeks and locating a number of claims before they were driven of by the has excited prospectors to such a degree that commanding officer at Fort has caused a warning to be published for the benefit of such per The colonel says I hear constant rumors of an intention of a large party to again invade the Na vajo My orders are to re move the prospectors and keep them Citizens have no shadow of right to in and I hope to be spared the trou blesome as well as painful and disagree able duty of removing I would much rather protect whites against In dtens than Indians against and this is ths first time I have been required to do so in my forty years All honest and sensible citizens must know that I am to obey my orders and perform my Although prospectors who have been on the reservation have told wonderful stories about the richness of ore discov ered it is quite probable that no party will undertake to invade the reser vation under the present JUanhattan June es tablishment of an original packing on Saturday last lead to the holding of rousing mass temperance meeting in the Methodist Mayor Roberts Speeches were delivered by a number of prominent A spirit of strong indignation prevailed jecause of the outrage which had been perpetrated on our SparJters cau tioned the people against tne use of vio until all other remedies had Strong resolutions were unaai mously adopted urging the delegation in congress to hasten legislative condemning original package also the parties who rented the buildings to them and encouraging our officers to do their full The supremo court sa Ipon cannut long stay iq PENSION An Animated Discussion in the Senate Some of the Southern Brigadiers Are Tired of So Much Pension Legislation they Are Afraid the Government wm be Bankrupted bj Service Conference Agreement Passed by tbe Honse Disagrees on the and Gossip Gathered About the National June In the senate the conference report on the dependent pension bill was taken up and Berry spoke against The practical effect of it would he to put 20 per of the union sol on the pension It wan really a service pension and the chairman of the committee on pensions Davis could not deny He believed that under the operation of the pending measure the annual pension roll would be and the cry would still be for And yet no northern senator or representative dared to stand up in opposition to a pension Northern Democrats and northern Republicans contended with each other as to which could go farthest to satisfy these de If any southern senator or rep resentative dared to oppose a pension he was assailed by friend and lie was told on the one side that he would injure his party and on the other side he was de nounced as a who had no right to announce any opinion on the subject of lie did not believe in that stand and deliver manner of lie was opposed to such an indiscriminate pay ment of and he was opposed to tbe pending which was a service pension bill in Gorman also opposed the confer ence He estimated that tho ex tiflcatlon bill and Messrs Pumb snd Got ran were appointed conferers on the part of the After a short executive session the sen ate THE June house went into committee of the whole on the District of Columbia The bill authorizing the extension of the tracks of the Baltimore and Poto mac Railroad company within the Dis trict was taken up and the committee rose without final action of the The conference on the general pension appropriation bill failed to The house insisted upon disagreement and then For the Belief of June Senator Plumb today reported a bill providing that all persons who settled between Au gust and January on any im proved lands In tbn socalled second in demnity belt of the Northern Pacific railroad companys under the homestead and pre emption laws of the United States may transfer their entries from this tract to any other government subject to entry under the home as they may nruilla New June Brazilian minister today received a cablegram from Rio De Janerlo stating that the provincial government had adopted the which will be promulgated tomorrow that great rejoicing prevails throughout It is framed after the constitution of the United States and will be submitted for approval to the general congress in November Fort Pe Franco Burned June cable mess Yellow Jack June Norwegian steamship Adria arrived at quarantine Saturday from Bocadet near The steward died at sea and waa One of the crew IB very tbe cianr who is a quarantine physi distinguished yel low fever thought It suspicious CSM and refused to allow the vessel to come to tha sending to at Piss whlpfi penditures under the bill would aggre gate W hen that was added to of pension expenditure under existing it would be seen tbat in fact the treasury was There would not be money enough to pay these pension charges and the ordi nary expenses of the chairman ot the committee on replied to the arguments of Berry and said that Berry had been a consistent op age was received at the navy department today from Consul at Martin as follows Half Fort De France Martinique demands Five thousand homeless people need lumber flour and other provisions Cable quickly what you will Poatnlastan June senate today confirmed postmas ter at Wichita and post master at Commenced June general attorney of the Union Pacific road has filed a petition in the United States cir cuit court instituting suit against late general purchasing agent of the road for that being the sum ho is charged with having stolen during his official This money was obtained by it is through fraudulent purchases of lumber from Earner of Attachments were this morning issued on all of McKebberis property in Omaha and a deposit of in the banks of this Railroad KANSAS June Times will say to morrow who is now assistant general freight agent of the Union Pacific railroad Is to be made general freight agent of the Den Texas and Fort Worth which isti Dart of the Union Pacific sys Whitney will succeed who is to be tne general agent of the Union Pacific at San Fran Cannot Belce Original June Solicitor Mitchell has given an opinion to the ef fect that whoever seizas beer or liquor In unbroken packages are liable for the value of tbe goods seized or damages re sulting from The it is will make no more seizures of such packages unless those obtaining the warrants give Fire In a June a stubborn twentyfour the Hre which threatened to destroy Con gressman Sootts large Pennsylvania col liery has been resumed In a few osy We ork will be The African June North German Oautta says that Lord Salisbury and Count Von the German am bassador at will sign the basis of the African agreement permis sion of Superintendent Supervisor Cooke announced this evening that the census shows that Lincoln has Aires ad tor Sunday Bull June tbe play ers of the Brooklyn and Rochester clubs were arrested Just before the game was for ball play said today was in tbe direct line of what he had said on other Davis denied the cortectnesb ol Gormens figures and said tbat the expenditures under the bij1 would be about He that the pending bill was a service pension bill and asserted tbat It was a disability bill Sure and When the senate re ected with what promises those men had been sent out to save the when it reflected that hundreds of thou sands of them had had from three to five of the best years of their lives sub tracted from there should not be set up as an obstacle to the perforrtance ot tho teiwtes dutf a mere question of the expense to the Ways and means should be provided to meet all just obligations to those checking them when their demands went too InflstiB advocated the conference This Wan an obligation just as sacred an tbit under which the soldier was and yet be Senate was asked to postpone it to Mil haggle about it to take out slate and panel ad com pute how much oould be pared and scraped and saved from tbe other ex penses of the government In order to meet tbat sacred He was sure that tbe senator from Maryland did not want to occupy that For himself he was in favor of removing the limitation in the act granting arrears of He did not care whether it cost or Teller declared that no disburse ments of the government met with more universal favjr and approval the paving of Vestspoie of tbe monstrous abuses that had gown up under the pension system and declared his belief that tbe pending bill was being pissed for personal and political He as serted tbat pension list was unduly swollen in the state of Indiana because it was a pivotal state and1 Us vote was necessary to elect a And he prophsied that the people of the United States would revolt against the pension system and Its Turple said that had not heard of any charges in Indiana against the ad ministration of the pension bureau and tbat be was not prepared to say that po litical bias had anything to do with the that the soldiers would not got the idea from what had been said to day tbat the senate was favorable to tbe payment of arrears or pensions or to the equalizition of or to the payment of the differ ence between paper money and He thoughttbataltogether too much was said about what the nation owed to its sol The union soldier would be very sorry and ashamed to be called upon to say how much tbe nation owed him In The prominent feeling in his state was that the needy soldier should not but that nothing should be wasted on a man who did not need a pen sion for his The true scldler of the republic did not want to have money They wanted to have their suf fering comrades and they wanted the glory of having fought for their coun try without respect to money considera at Washington Park June ot to days races at Washington Park Ma The Los Doubt aa to the Land Office of falo 10 June town site muddle caused by conflicting infor mation the quarter section on which the land office for the old Neutra now Iwen Is not and in sonse quence there is considerable excltemen and The conservative peopl believe that the original townsite o on section is tho an have shown their faith by making iro Buffalo twelve days ago had nothin but a postoQioe and a public Now it has two grocery two lumbe a hardware a tw and several lunch room with about a dozen buildings on the roa from other places to help to make up towU Tbe city government which wa elected from be old settlers of the had Mfel Buiveyed and had the well deepened o furnish a larger water supply and Is irepared with lot certificates and other vise to bundle and accommodate the big riuh which Is expected as soon as the ocs t ion of the land office is definitely Meanwhile ihe parties who caused tbe itampede to section 25 ten days as mentioned by the telegraph at that havo not been After the crowd had eft them they wired some attorney in Washington and recelvlnga dispatch stat ng that the land office quarter was ID fleC ton they again went to work to en buse the They succeeded In getting a crowd to go with them to the new Then they elected city surveyed the called the town Sast Buffalo and commenced Issuing cer IBcates for Somebody had started the rumor tbat he land office had been changed to lardosty and to tbe East But faloans have ill precede both Boston and Baltimore r a few New York leads and blcago gets second thanks to her 10 square miles of territory embraced r the annexation methods of last hiladelphta and Brooklyn are well atched for third with the indica on that Philadelphia will get Then omes Boston and The question whether LuiU will ave a recount rests with Secretary of Is deeply Interested that is home city shall put her best footfor but It Is doubtful if even the secre will feel 1 ke ordering a recount if it an only be shown that the count Is a few lousand If tbe delegation which aches here in the morning can show nod grounds for believing Louis is ntitled to there is ttle question that tbe recount will be BAN AW AT WITH A Tramps Near His June tramp with more than the usual amount of gall ossessed by his did a very pe uliar piece of work at flf 7 miles west of here this While le work gang of tbe Milwaukee road as eating breakfast at a boarding house ear the railroad a tramp jumped nto the cab of the locomotive attached o the work train standing at the depot nd opened the throttle The train ulled out with lightning and al hough the railroad men saw it start they were unable to overtake It Ten minutes later a freight train pulled Tho engine waa detached and the rew started in pursuit of the stolen Just this side ot seven miles the work train was found landing on tbe but no trace was iscovered of the Steam was up n the but the tramp waa evi ently afraid to run by the town and so leserted his stolen The inner expressed the belief that the ramp must be an A Warm OSAOK Two urglers entered the residence of B this city about 1 oclock thti While making of thi louse they came up6n the room occupied y and which awakenei who shook Pellee am Theres a man in the room nhootl Pellee placed his hand under his pillow whereupon one o the burglers commenced fire The fire returned by Pellee and both burglars made the One of the burglars was founc about two blocks away with a bulle wound in hia intestines which will prove the other made his escape The dying man says that nln partner shot In the thigh and tbat being th case be cannot go very Parties Uav been out all day scouring the country fo but have failed to secure The wounded man gives hla name a Jim GENERAL addon Death of ExSecretary of War Biographical Sketch of His Public and a Review of HIS granting or refusing of Huwley expressed the u Finnally the Jdiscussloned closed and the vote was The conference re port wis agreed nays as follows Hearst Uclbnrn HcPheroon A conference was orderedon the for The Texas Train LITTLE June spe cial to tbe Gatetlt from Texarkana say Excitement concerning the Cotton Be train robbery on the night of the Htl was almost as high to day aeon the day succeeding the arrest of the al leged On Friday night the wounded arrested as one of the guilty parties and last night it was reported widow bad made a Written fully implicating ail the parties accused now in and people othera and that she wnulct be the first state witness placed upofl tha stand at the resumption of tbe preliminary hearing lla The prisoners were all aken to Bonbam this afternoon for rite Sheriff Edwards and Deputies Parker and Lawler guarding Tbe irlsoners show the effects of the great and went trembling from the jail o the tram followed by three or four tundred be HnrTalo Huddle Htlll Un Work of Building A Town Goes on With UrMt Chautanqna Assemblies at UttawK and Against the Original Vaoknjce June of Kansas died In his city this afternoon at the residence t his B McCrearr has been afflicted for ome time with a tumor in tho year ago he retired from active busi eaa in the hope of recovering his iecently now complications of hU mal dy arose and he wan unable to tand His death has been el ected for some McCreary waa 55 years of He was born at With his parents in 1830 be went o that part of Wisconsin territory which fterwards became the state of Iowa and eguu the practice of law in In lie soon took high In he was a member of the state legit mure and from 1861 to 1805 he was state enator from Keokuk and waa chairman if the committee on military In 868 he was elected to congress and lerved succeeding terms there until In 1876 Judge McCreary introduced in congress the electoral commission bill which resulted in tbe choice of Kutber ord Hayes as When Prea dent Elayes formed his cabinet McCreary was given the which he held or two He resigned to accept the judgeshlp of the United States to which he was appointed In December In he reslgnsd and re moved from Keokuk to Kansas where he became general consulting at torney of the Topeka and Santa Pe a position ha occupied at the time of his He waa author of several standard legal To morrow the remains of Judge UcCreary will be taken to where the funeral will occur on The Ottawa June the educational work and the lecture by Pro fessor there was a masterly effort by tho distinguished colored Dtof North Caro on the race He pictured the degraded lifeof twenty ttve years slavery and portrayed the attainments of twenty five yeara inter marriage or importation will not solve the The condition will only changed Half the south is already educated by colored dean of the cliautauqua school of the burlesqued the Ject of Christian science 8 George of Kan Death by Drowning June Two persons ost their live through drowning In tbe nvirons of Kansai City to John 28 years of mlding in In went in swimming with several companions in the Eden iaB Several data at euuntroke and Death at Kansas KANSAS June severe heat of the last two days is beginning to shows its Two deaths and one case of sunstroke have been reported at One late from after several hours hard work in the retired to a loft in the ivery stable where he was and was found dead an hour The doc iors attribute death to the A col ored child 4 years of age was found dead this after n also from exposure to the a brakeman on the Mis souri after working all day in tbe fell down on the corner of Santa Fe and Union He was taken to the Missouri Pacific His condition is The bent has gone as far as 98 in the shade in many parts of though the weather bureau only registered 91 yes terday as the minimum Today a southeasterly brevue made it more bear though in the lower quarters of town the heat was He was A search was instituted at Henry final y dived in the place where Norton had ast been seen and recovered the Lewis the 3yearold child of milkman while playing on tbe bridge that crosses Brush creek at Troost avenue had a fit and before he could be helped he fell off the bridge into the stream and was The body was OBZH yxrxa Louis Boaton and to June eratt Washington correspondent tele graphed last night as follows From euch information as has been received at the census it appears that LouU will obtain fifth place in the list of This will be an ad vancement of two places on the list o SupeivUori of all of the leading cities have made as to what be the returns wil Bad M tbe enumera 808 lectured to eight thousand on the thrilling subject Our Country and Some of Its It wu re markable effort to a most enthusiastic The new week has opened undei the molt favorable The weather is the attendance large jSWU day toto John L NEW June Times democrats special says At the grand jury returned an in dictment charging John Lawrence Sulll with prize The indictment was placed on tbe appearance docket and will be called up tomorrow morning and a day set for the A petition is n circulation to Judge which is eing numerously signed by leading cit praying that tbe court be lenient ind impose a fine without imprisonment Tbe petition will be presented in open A Paulo lo gan BAN June Menendez died suddenly last soon after a banquet given on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the entrance of of Menendez Into San and the defeat of the divnr During tae panic caused by the presidents Marclal and several other officers were killed at the Carlos the leader of the is now in All is quiet at J KV 01 the eeesion will bo a special JTo marrow afternoon the uniml able of gives his famous lecture on of and at night Leland Of gives in elocution and with Impersonation The Story of Divld COD Judge associate chief justice of tbe supreme spent Sabbath here with bis wife and live WtaUeld June city It n a ferment of preparatlou for the fourth nnual session of the Ohautauqua assem which opens here tomorrow morn All day long strangers have been rrlvlng and a constant stream of drays nd carts has poured Into the assembly while within the gates tents are ising on every hand and enthusiastic ampera are forgetting the dust and heat f the city In the welcome coolness of the Miner of Texas is here and will lecture to The assembly la conducted by Vincent of as listed by of King Classes In Normal hort oration and kindred will be formed at Next Saturday will be the crown ag when Talmsge will Action June General Kellogg today filed his applica tion in the supreme court for a writ ol mandamus to compel the Missouri Pact8o company to put the train on tbe Caney Valley as ordered by the board of railway Tbe court sauted an alternative writ returnable in They iolsoiied loo June There is a report that about twenty per sons were badly poisoned by eating ice cream in a restaurant in this city Satur day No one has but many are confined to their beds and it 1 feared that some may Ohaunuy Depew a June Goiden Walker and John Boyd Thatcher New York members of the worlds Co lumbia commission issued the following to We desire to announce that we propone to present the name of Depew of New pntldenl of the June Beu nlngton and Simon the who indulged in a fight at Hope Friday were arrested by the sheriff to day and waiving examinotlon were bound over for trial in the euro nf Tbe men claim that the battle waa a glove Weather June until 8 Kansas Pali high   

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