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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 25, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                OPINIONS OF FIFTY LAWYERS IN HUTCHINSON Opinions of Leading Kansas Lawyers on Needed Temperance Temperance Neit Stays WEDNESDAY MORNIN0 tfUNE IN Number of Appropriation Bills Paeaod by the among Wbleh WmBton Appro priation B1U Which Sow Goes to Home Again Takes tip tbe of the Silver Comer the Free Coinage of Metal at the Present Inunction BUI w lieported from the Committee June senate to day proceeded to the consideration of the postoflloe appropriation In the house today McKinley fered a resolution providing that the con ference silver bill ahall be a special order for tomorrow and that a vote shal be taken upon it at 2 During the debate on one of the German spoke in con demnation ot tne postmaster generals plan tor having additional detectlvoa to inquire into such a small matter as whether the patrons of a poetolllce are aatiafied that tne business ot tbe office is reasonably well whether the poaiomatbr meuibora at hisowu whether intoxicating liquors are haa m me poitoiuou uuuding and other small Tne poatuiauter general ana nothing to do witu tue ple wcuout to obey cneir He die not want any poatiuonier general to havu a force uuuer him wlioaa avowed duty might be to go around among people am gefin toucu with The time might come when tue postmaster general would be more ot a politician tuan th present one nnd might want to pro mote party success by contributions or Plumb thought the poatmaate general entirely misconceived his rela tioca to pogtmautera and their relation to Tue ujatora proposed by him would sot in motion every element o scandal and It would be an unwarranted something which found no parallel in private business and which ought not to be for a single instant tolerated In the public service The amendments were agreed to am the bill was The senate then proceeded to the con of the diplomatic and consuls appropriation when the amend ment inserting provisions to carry ou the work of the International America conference for the establishment ot ai International coin or and for a pre liminary survey for an Inter coutinenta railway was Edmunds moved to amend thi amendment by inserting the words In formation in respect BO aa to make i read For payment of the share o ttatea of a preliminary survey aad ex in respect of an inter conti and said that he nmd She motuu aa to naalnst moral or implied engagement to go 01 with the inter continental railway Agreed All the amendments having bee agreed to the bill waa The conference report of the peusio appropriation bill having been presented Gorman moved that the senate re cede from the only amendment not ar ranged in that for tbe ap poinlment of two additional panalo saying that there was ao poaalbll ity of the bouse agreeing to The motion waa agreed The aen ate receded and the pension appropria tion bill now goea to the The senate then The Conference June followin is the full text of the conference ponsio aa pissed by the senate yesterday Be It That In consideration o the penalon claims of a dependent paren the fact of the soldiers death by reason o any casualty or caua which under the condition and llmita tiona of existing lawa would have en titled him to an invalid and th fact that the aoldier left no wido or minor children having been shown a required by the it ahall be neceaaar only to show by competent aud sufllcieu evidence that such parent or parents ar without other preaent means of suppor than their own manual labor or the con tnbution of others not legally bound fo their support Provided that all pension allowed to dependent parant under act shall Commence from the date of th of the application hereunderan ahall continue no longer than the exlai enbe of the That all persons who serve ninety days or more In the military o naval service of the United States or dur Ing the late war ot the an who Itive been honorably discharge therefrom and who are or ma hereafter be Buffering from mental o physical disability of a permanent char not the result of their vicloua hab which incapacitates them from th performance of manual labor in such degree aa to render them unable to ear a support shall upon making due proo ot the according 19 such rules an regulations as tbe secretary of the Interio may be placed upon the list o invalid pensioners of the United State and be entitled to receive a pension no exceeding per month and not les than proportioned to theMegree of in ability to earn and suoh penslo shall commence from the date of the ing of the application in the pension of after the passage of this proof of uuoh disability as then exlstou and shall continue during the existence the same provided that per who are now receiv ing pensions under existing uiws or whose claims are pending in the pen tion by application to tbe conrmts Kioner of in aucb form as h may showing themselves ea titled to receive the benefits of this id nothing herein contained shall besc instrued asto prevent any pensioner ereunder frotn prosecuting bis claim receiving his pension under an t general br special act provldet teatno person reoelv per r navy of the United States during the ate war of the rebellion and who was onorably has or shall ereafter leaving a widow without iher means ol support than her dally or minor the age of 10 auoh widow upon due proof f her husbands without proving iia death to be the result of his army be placed on the pen ion roll from date of the ap illcation therefor under this act at he rate of dohara per month during ier and ahall be paid two lollara per month for each child of such ifflcer or enliated man under 16 years of and in case of the death or remar lage of the leaving a child or children of such ofllcer or enlisted man under the age of 18 such pension hall be paid such child or children until he age of that in case a minor child la idiotic or ttherwlre permanently the pen lion shall continue during the life of aid or during the period of such and this proviso shall apply to ill pensions heretofore under his or any former and such pen lions shall commence from the diUe of ipplication after the passage of vhis act and provided that said widow shall have mauled said soldier prior to the passage of this That any attorney or other person engaged in pre senting or prosecuting any claim under the provisions ot tois act who di rectly or contract receive or retain for such servlcas it prosecuting such claim a sum greater than which sum shall be payable only upoa the order ol the commissioner of pensions by the lension agent making paymen of the and ny person who shall violate any of the provisions of this or who shall wrongfully withhold from a lensloner or claimant the whole part of a enslon or claim allowed or due such lansioner or claimant under this ac ihall bi deemed guilty of a miademeano and upon conviction thereof shall fo each and every such offense be fined no exceeding or be imprisoned at bar labor not exceeding two or i the discretion of the THE Juna 24 the hous today chairman of th committee on presented a on at the place of killing of cattle and the carcasses of which are the sub ecta of the interstate commerce previoui a their slaughter In coaea when the ecretary of agriculture deems it ary a post mortem examination of arcasnes to be further prepared for oon u rap tion at canning establishments or laewhere may also ordered by the eoretary of In case of the iscoveryof any diseased animal or car ass it shall be destroyed also any pro uctof such carcaos found to be unfit for iuman Penalties are provided for oiling condemned carcaasca or lie products thereof or transporting them from one state to or an uninspected animal or The bill a to take effect In ninety days after FU Half June flag on the war department waa halfmasted to in account of the death of Er Secretary and the department will be losed on the day of hla IIXIMOia CENTRAL TiMnraon Poiltlvety ffefoge to Work Under Superintendent June freight con due brakemen and switchmen of the Illinois Central have struck because of disaffection with Superintendent HUB sells The strikers did not wish to be held re sponsible for interfering with the United States malls the express companies and jonded They therefore attached the mall and express cars to the engine of the the New Oileana mall but left the coaches with their exasperated Harrison Kelley Will bo nia Own Successor The Bepnbllcaing of tbcl Fourth Dls trlot Meet at Empiria and Decide That paeaengeta the intention to send It the dis membered time but train down at scheduled the general My people are in favor of weighta an report rec ommending mat the house d not concur In each and all of the Ben at amendments on the silver and requee a conference on the Bland o moved that the house concur in the senate With this mo tion pending the debate Conge taking the Be defended the report of the He wished bis colleagues could under stand the pressure that had been brought to bear by men interested in silver spec ulation to secure silver In every paper which had advocated free coinage Uie footprints of the silver bul lion owners or his agent could be I wish to deny so far as my own district is I think it a disinterested party would go out there they will find out the truth of the statements I have Not only have those paid lobby ists been plying their vocation but various other means have been resorted to by silver speculators to procure legis Pool after pool has been organ ized in this city to speculate in Money has been deposited in banks in this country by hundreds and hundreds of thousands ready to purchase bullion aa soon as this legislation should Be bad been invited time and again to join silver but as Ion as he had a seat here his voice should be raised in behalf of this for the laboring for the savings bank for the crip pled and starved soldiers of the In conclusion Conger said he was for some sort of legUlaiion and if it should come ubout that there was no sil ver the responsibility would rest upon the advocate of free because the delay up to this time rested largely upon their They had an opportunity now to secure legislation by agreeing to this Bland knew nothing about any He had not Been and never heard of except if it were called a lobby for gentlemen to print make arguments before committees and give all the information in their posses sion upon this important To that extent congress was always pursued by The speculation In silver did not differ from speculation In iron and other The only way to atop this speculation was to give unlimited and then to as was done with a pries for He predicted tiat the effect of such legislation would he to raise the prices of all Farmers would get better prices for their exports and prosperity would set If speculative pools had been organized they might have been founded on a belief in the passage of the house because that bill opened the door to the wildest He wanted it understood that he was for free but if be could not get he would vote for this if he could get two one providing that the notes outstanding should not be limited to the cost price of the and an other that the notes should be redeemed In The debate wag continued by Ken of Post and the latter criticising the Bland act as failing In Its purpose of securing parity between gold and Bland explained that the amend menta to his bill bad defeated its pur Bower of Irt other words the bill when it came back was not so Bland aa when it went over It was more Allison than and I am1 afraid this bill will be The question was further debated by Wheeler aad the latter stating that be felt it his duty to vote for any measure that pointed In the direction of free Ad Meat Inspection Bill June The senate committee on agriculture and forestry to day Instructed Chairman Paddock to port favorably with amendments the substitute piopoaed by him for Senator bill to provide pr the inspection auperintendent of the explained that the railroad company has no con tract with the United titatea government to carry malla except on regular passen ger trains and tne tram dispatcher waa not authorized to give orders for the train to start until it could start with all its usual passenger The strikers refused to allow the whole train to move and warned aa they had not prevented the transportation of the mall and express that the railroad de tamed it at the companys own General Manager General Saoer iutendent Sullivan and tne heads of the traffic departments hod a conference to day with representatives of the strikers in General Manager Becks The men demanded that Superintendent Rus sells name be stricken from the card and stated their determination not to return to work until this waa They aald there was no room for compromise on the Not one of them would work again under him or consent to re ceive another order from General Manager Beck waa Inclined to support but the situation was admitted by the official and his subordinates to be very The officials ended their conference at for the The only conclusion arrived at was that they would reaiat the mens demand Russells They now await overtures on the part of their who are and it la said that unless the men return to work tomorrow morning the company will proceed to hire new The tie up will cause considera ble not only through out a large section of both west and Uotok Work of the ContentionChantmn Now lip Full Ht Wlnfleld Aeoounu or the and At tractions at PbHJeA Dearth ol HktTMt HftadB Melit Mad Goiclp Gathered About the Hnmlower June Tho Fourth district Republican conven tion was called to order this afternoon at 6 oclock and immediately pro ceeded to business by selecting as tem porary chairman Sheldon of Odage Hall of Greenwood as secre The usual committees were then appointed and retired the convention deciding to remain in session and await their return and In the Interlude calls were made on varioua parties for speeches and were re sponded to by John Brown and Charles Curtis of Shawnee until the committee ou order of business returned and Then followed tbe committee on cre Next come nominations of a candidate for and it waa de cided to call tbe roll of counties as ar ranged in the convention This gave Shawnee the precedence and the first vote which waa taken advantage of by Slownaker of Topeka to state that while Bhavnee would Ilka to have a rep resentative of their county as a candi date still she would bow to to the will of the who favored Harrison Kel ana he therefore moved a suspension of the rules and aaked that Harri son Kelley be nominated by The motion was seconded by Master of Morris tbe only other county that had a candidate of KB Tbe question was put and carried amid shouts of The following district congressional committee waa then chosen Sterne of for a good mjpply of tents and all IP Alltrains coming into the city have been Crowded and n several in sances have brought extra The Rev X Miller spoke before the minis ters institute atll oclock on The Minister a It s masterly cffoit and evnUed much At Miller of Kansas addressed an immense con course on Our Country and Some of iu He held the vast audience pell bound and provoked round after round of Vincent arrived and took charge of the Robert Mclntlre cornea tomorrow and Tal mage will be here Saturday and The Oakland June Oakland Assembly opened this Glllett of Cincinnati delivered his lec ture entitled A Night In Among the organizations which are to have head quarters on the ground are the Epworth Good Ba ker University and the University of Thursday will beEpworth day and will be ine of tbe great days of tbe Bishop Nindee will pre side and a atate league la to be Delegates will be preaent from all parts of the state and it will be a young peo pies There will be a large attend tince during the entire The laokion June Sulhvan Jackeon if It cornea It li said will take place very near the national The it la IB to take plada under the auipices of the Virginia Athletic Association on the Vir ginia shore the Potomac near Wash Some months ago a good deel of com ment waa caused by the enactment of a law by the Virginia which incorporated an athletic club and gave thenfflcere of the club omnipotent power 89 to ia grounds aud II la stated to day that the club has pur chased the property lying between this citp and Alexandria known as the tlemens Driving and propose to erect thereupon a club house and such other may he necessary The work of the construction IB to com mence at once and the management has announced Its Intention to have the Sulll vanJackson fight take place The Rumors Were CITY Of June ome pretext aa a reason for being Us hardly probable that the proclama lon would do any Thirty of Guthries arrived ais evening and report that all eyeo In hat country are anxiously resting upon he with the hope that heir labors will be soon extended to the tribes with the same success that has attended them Tbe commls lonera will more than likely accept an nvitation to spend the Fourth In when they will be banqueted by the cltl ens of that YBB ailKOAV SUth International Convention In geealon M June sixth nternatlonal Sunday school convention assembled here today in Mechanical Fully delegates were The auditorium Is very handsomely dec orated in white and blue of called the convention to order at 10 oclock this The session opened with de votional The enrollment of delegates then When the convention reassembled af ter dinner and previous to a continuation of the reports as to President lieynolJa apoke at length on the work in tbe During tbe laat three yeara he had traveled almost allover the country and had found a vast amount of work He hod labored to inter eat the laity in the work and ia de lighted with the progreaa tnat was being made B jth white and colored people are greatly interested in the work being Especially with the west has he reason to be as LO atatea are better aupplied than the far western At the conclusion of the address the report by atatea waa again taken Fol lowing tne state reports the committee on nominations presented the following naiuea for permanent officers of the con vention Hams of Geor Bacon Council 3 BheltlonT Strong The convention then ltd having completed its work in a season of little more than an hour and a Original Package Butliea are Defiant and Citizens Juno the opening of an original package bouse here the prohibitionists become greatly At a mass meeting held The suburban traffic of the road is last evening a number of speecheawere The trains run in and out of the city every few minutes from 5 oclock until midnight and are usually AU these people are now thrown upon their own resources of trans Butitia not this that will trouble the commercial To stop freight traffic on the Illinois Central road means to prevent thousands and thous ands of people in northern in southern in Tennes Mississippi and Louisiana from get ting their products to The yaids in city are already filled with freight cars and tbe stalling of trains now In transit will jam every transfer track touched by the The Michi gan Baltimore and Ohio and Big Four which enter the city over the Illinois Central wore seriously in terfered owing to the blockage cre ated by the motionless tralna of tbe Illi nois Hluonrl EXOBLSIOB June The state bar association met here In iti tenth annual suasion thia The attendance was unusually but those present expect a full representation James Broadhead of Louis U to open the debate in sap port of the following resolution j That the package decision of the supreme court of tue United states ia in harmony with the theory of the government ought to be This is a somewhat exciting topicin this part of tbe state and a full attend ance of Kansas City lawyers IB expected to join in with Franb Ertea of Louis in combatting the learned colonels At the meeting today aside from merely formal the election of new members of general and local coun cils for the ensuing very little bial neaa waa Velior Jack la June first case of yellow fever la reported fram Thia morning a tele gram was received at Jeflersonvllle that Kiohard Glasi city thia morning at 2 oclock and waa hurried today at Glasgow went to Brunswick some months since and secured a situation in the employ of the Brunswick Gaslight and Water I 28 years of age and bad died of yellow fever in that Before leaving Jeffersonvllle he was em ployed by Sooysmith aa a bridge waa a man of robust constitu It la not known whether the re mains will be exhumed brought to Jeffersonville f or rer Winners at Waihtorton June park races Track very fast todays win ners Silver Robespierre and Brooklyns r June Boper population made protecting against the sale of liquor in Legal measures were ad but all use of violence waa de Tbe following resolution was adopted The city has been Invaded by one or more sgente for the eale ol Intoxicating liquors In original That ne appoint a committee to elder such traffic and that the committee Is hereby requetted to organize at onct and ie Instructed to promptly take such meaaares as It may deem wlee to secure the protection of our city agalaBt the distraction of Intoxicating liquors by such agents or otherwise contrary to the laws ot the This morning the committee called upon proprietor of the original package and tried to in duce him to close his He re The spokesman for the commit tee then said if you dont close we will make the road hot for you be tween here and the county Marshall replied llTae beat thing you can do la to la to set out of The committee then called upon the county attorney for This afternoon s warrant for Marhalla arrest was sworn out charging him with violating the prohibitory His trial occurs Two other repre sentatives of Kansas City liquor houses are here and will begin bualnesa in the The excitement ia intenaeand It would not be surprising If the women took a hand in the afCilr In imitation of the Diaz states that all rumors of changea in the cabinet are ExPresident governor of Guana telegraphs that the reports of a revolt in that state are and that the en tire state is Recording Samuel Clark of New Corresponding Day of Bigelow of New The report waa unanimously adopted and Harris was escorted ix the Ai the evening session Governor Bea ver and Porter of this city made an addreaa of welcome and ilanton of Ontario POItAW 1TOW1K Negotiations te be Ueopened A MlMlne UNITED STATES COM June fora cession of the Pottawatomte Indian con taining over acres of will reopen tomorrow There seems to be up further disposition on the part choosers in commission of the the trade since tobe the Ottawa June the Chau tauq ia aaaembly thia afternoon Lari mer of Chicago lectured to an immense Tbta evening Leland Prowera gave hie impersonations of David Cop The general Interest now cen torj In the laat da of the Army On that day exPresident Hayes will be preaent and will ad dress the old He will leave Chicago June 86 on a special Santa Fe and will be met at Kanaaa City by Governor Humphrey and tbe John who will accompany him Warner will alao be a member of the which will be joined here by Russell All of whom will make has plainly outlined the poaition of the government as regards the The Indians were told by Governor Jerome the commission had been sent to uUtribe with full instructions to make a and that aa Boon aa the In dians could agree upon who should rep resent them the commission was ready to submit an Owing to the fact that nearly all the good lands have been al lottea under the Dawea law of the will not exceed 75 cents per At the meeting tbe tribe ia supposed to be represented by parties who will have full power to close the In addiiion to 6uO or more allotments already made to the Pouawatomieu and there remain some 500 or flUt Pottawatom les in Kansas who will come In for a share of the thus lessening to a considerable extent tue number ol acres to be paid for by tbe The Obeyennes and Arapahpua send word in advance thst if tbecqinmlstluu U re newed and a visit made to them they will refuse allotments on any aud all condl Thelowttsdld the same thingt but when told that they would be re moved to the allotments In the Cherokee very gladly accepted tbe offer made by the This has been by far the busiest day ever seen in the village of All including a Urge portion of last Indians from all portions of the reservation have preparatory to taking part in the general mass meet which commences to Until the its secretary and themilitary made up tbe principal white population of the town To there are probably more white men than Indians Adjoining towns in Oklahoma are represented en while numerous loadfl of boomers from different states have gone Into camp wherever wa ter can be The commission com of the boomers presence aa being IB IflrgMneaaure detrimental t govern and adviae them to go home and hot intrude on the To this they pay no but Instead scour the country looking for choice claims and creating as much prejudice among t the Indiana as Tbe boomers are well while many colonies have good teams and They say the by the statea attorney caused summons to be saued for aeveral aldermen to appear be fore the grand jury thia morning to tell what they knew about Doodling in the city council In the granting of It Is claimed that boodle waa freely used in the city acd a half ago to secure the passage of the West Lake Street elevated road for which the wealthy stood Before the grand jury to day testimony was It ia to the effect iat ex Aldarmen Chariea Manear and Simon Walluerwere each promised to vote or the and were each paid by McDonald after their votes were It IB through a man named Peter Gabet that the charges of bribery are expected to be Gabet Is a gambler and st la Bald he bears an unsavory His story IB to the effect that waa divided among certain membera of the any farmers have no help and ibtaln Some have eent to BandM 6BEAT June Harvest la in its height thia week and bands cannot be obtained to care for the Man cannot obta western counties and secured ia estimated that 300 hinds can find em ployment In this country Wlnfleld June day opened bright and found every tent on the assembly grounds management had worked like beavers to provide tor rapidly IhcreMinj ol June night the CRAZED By A Ohicosoan Driven by a Btranne He Thought He of Being tbe Mnrdtrre A Snlnttle Frustrated By a Ytaat Tailed to WorkFrank tho Delegate Who Presented la Qaewn Victoria on Ber the ot BrlttehAmarlMUk Societies In Beleaaed from ajs Inaame June Frank the well known Chicago who aa the special delegate ef varioua BritishAmer ican journeyed to England and presented to Queen Victoria the felicita tions of her former Chicago subjects on her told a strange atory tonight In narrating his recent Collier was to day released from the state Insane wbjere he de clares there has been a to keep The release waa after an ex tended examination In which was conducted with decided skill by Col lier in anct in which dozens of prominent school and others testified that in their opinion he was not Collier stated that for a time lie had been but that he had long since After bis formal in conversation went Into the remarkable details of his He he to be Irresponsible on the day of I remember that on that he tried to remnrnbT where I waa on the night of tbe Cronln A fear seized me that I wpuld be charged with the I was known to be anti Irish and I had relations with British so cieties and the British government that if they were brought out in court would have been very Collier related at length how such thoughts haunted and how in des peration he went out one night and fol lowed over the whole tiaok taken by the Cronin assassins and on the apot in Lincoln park described 80 minutely by the attempted The revolver failed to discharge and according to hia own there upon threw the weapon into the lake at that Collier declares that aa a matter of fact he knew nothing of the Cronln murder and that be now fully recognize the Insane character of a fear that he would be tried for tbe Riddled With June a young man raiaed In Red River recently went Into the where he engaged in running wild Last week he was brought here by a deputy marshal on a charge pre ferred by several Ohoctaws of horse steal The matter was Investigated by Commissioner Lee and the grand jury and Erwln waa discharged and left 9B hV Frisco for home Saturday He got off the a station OB the west bank of Next morning biaxhorsewas riderless and his friends started to for His J road juat east of Kl Winchester council for the votes In favor purpose of securing their of the elevator road fran Vhey Favor a i SAN June cham ber of commerce at IU moating to day adopted a resolution the establishment of a international bank for the American republic and then took steps for discussion resolu tions declaring it to be the senae of the chamber that congress to secure proper circulation of silver coinage jointly and on an equality with gold ahould a compromise bill enforcing a coinage of five millions of standard silver dollars monthly by the mints of the United found on the imetla riddled with Be had been shot from the jQfaqeta left here ihls evening with for five who are believed to be concerned In the killing and who weremoat active in pushing the late prosecution sgalnaf Arrest ufa Nowjpuiier States exclusively the American production of A Wouldbe Kaplst June 24Near denburg yesterday Henry We tie at tempted to rape Nellie a child 13 She succeeded In escaping and ran to her grandfathers A mattwas organized at but was arrested by a deputy sheriffand in the Brandenburg The mob went to the jail tonight and took Watts miles In where the at tempt occurred and hanged him to a haa some reputation aa a newspaper man and who has been through the western country aa a solici tor for tbe Olabi New York World anA was arrested here to day for forging the name of a prominent clothing dealerto a check for and receiving the cash Wickens waa married and during B brief arjourn haa filled nearly every po aition from chief exnorter Ht a revival to acting aa fireman on a Ha la confined in the city jail and will have j a bearing toinorro Moat of money amount o land recently hey a ceded Greeks Is far inadequate to the demands Of tin people and that they propose to here until these are opened to homestead Tbe lands along North Indian river prove such a strong to the boomers that hundreds of prospective tettlers are scattered upon the streams banks am iwaitlug tbe opening The fearing grand rush of white aettlera and not wishing to again experience the excrtin tbe of moved many of the corner stones used In making the government survey Not withstanding this tbe boomers manage to locate toe and hold tntir claims down against all whether Indian or ft is tne prevailing belief resident will asked to take ID connection with driving netting scenes preceding of have re si Beno EL June Chod taw railway gradera have completed the Y and the tracklayers are unloading Six hundred car loada of ma terial are to be delivered by the H ak Two hundred can are already loaded and ready for Pre parations are being made for a big Fourth o July celebration One fare granted for the round Accidentally June Bight miles northeast of hen laat evening a young man named James Barter WM perhaps of 88 calibre pistol In the hands of a so n te hands of a young man named They bad been In Aa they were drenlpg Cum mlngs accidentally dUoliarged his Bwdqtuurtara headquarters of tbe Worlds Columbian Oommlaaiou was opened today for tbe fret This evening a call was Issued for a pre liminary meeting of tbe commission to morrow night Order In Baa Sis June or der haa prevailed since the deposi MI sudden death of President Uen A uw government bw been A betpendo June baa Just come to band from Mllllcan of the killing of Zeke Curd wal arrested and tried for the assassination of Consta ble Mlllican few months but cleared of the Since then be been bragging of how be did the This came to the ears of MHli oans who tent word to Curd that be would kill htm at parties met at Milhoan on Saturday aud UlllioaB shot Curd kill in The Good Heirs Toa Past wife1 of James general foreman of Missouri Pacific yards at this presented him with twin sons When a messenger reached him witb tbe news he waa teaching a green man the science of He waa so overcome by tbe Intelligence tint be for got himself and stuck bis band between the and it was badly June fires raging Ward In Boulden and ranches has been Tbe fire la beyond con trol several mining properties ate threatened witb VTlnnonat aneeptuad June Wioneraof to Her Bol Brain Weather June 8 Eaaaaa Fair continued temperature   

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