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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 13, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Best Advertising Medium Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best HTJTCHINSON The Largest THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas SUNDAY JUiY KANSAS The Two Great Leadre In the Upper Houao of 1 Pair DUinllar in Cu Uke In barniomputily Hud plumb tho Ingnlla tw v 1 la Wholly t Ncwr at yiellliqr tbe leMMiB an Prodlnc Parliamentary f y THE BoTCniSBOH NBWB 8uH July The Individual state in the Union that secure perpetual advertise ment through the United States senile is either a ftate of extraordinary merit or or it has dele gated its representation to men ot ordinary character and That Senator Juhn Ipgalla and Preston Piumb attract more attention from the and figure more extensively in the Rtford than any other two men in the is poteut to everybody who fre fluents tbe one or reads the The unusual honor bring been conferred upon him as permanent president of the paces logallsia daily leader investing him with unusual au thority and unusual While Senator Ingalls is boldly plucking the aright blossums of conspicuous glory for Kansas Senator Plumbisas iudustriously packing away nuts for his people In the winter and nota week passes but the Record showa some point won by The public estimate of a man ff sllr based upon hU most conspicuous virtue or wblla other estimable or petty faults will be swallowed up In the one overshadowing characteristic This Is one of ihe reasons wby Stnaioi Ingslls gets less credit for the lie actually and that ttunattr Plumb is better known by the legislation he shapes than by the excellent things he Whethtr the prominence of Kansas in tbe senate is due to an ac cidental vote or providential design this is certainly a rvmaikable To Und another pair so dissimilar in cnar so u alike iu yet each sup pllmentlng tbe so would be a difficult What will UgalU saj i What wiV Plumb di 1 are the questions involun tatily asEed whenever a crisis isreachet1 and tbe fltsblog pronunciamonto f the opals generallyorysiaJtaed inioaresolu br tbe If Ingalls baa been tnled the voice of bis may me called the While Senator Plumb may lack I the wit and scathing elo quence of he makes it up In sta tistical unerring Judgment and shrewd Plumb patience in digging about the lens skill in trimming the reaching the laws point Ingalts disdains Piumb U the matter o Tbe one promulgate bta doctrine on the the other mani fests it in the Ingslls captwat tbe Piumb uses The one creates the other ten tlment and calls for a Senator Ingftlla is a bigger nun at ib Capitol than be Is la Ha loom up on near approach and his iudlvldua genius and strong parmniUty overshttd ow men who huld similar opinions on vote the same This man Is regardet as a partisan because he volcns the future SenatorPltunb baa reputation for greau conservatism because bis Anger U On U puta of the Tbe one man is a the otbei a one may I e lied a voice crying in the be other a hand shaping the caucu Vbolly yet never each ihe admlrerof the yet neither being leader nor follower these two west present a most interesting and an analysis of aowever Hf refuses to determine either aa the superior of the obatrdoes ID calling attention to Sill it is very eauiiy and If senator will act upon tbe suggestion I give him he can state it was said else whpre BO and After this it only remained tor tbe sen ator from Oilo to get up p it baa been i In a body that Is not deliberative that the rtasoa why secretaries are not provided in both irancbea of congress is there is of courage upon the p rt ot cer tain gentlemen interested in tbeie mat ers in one branch who decline to utne the responsibility to demand and ot became of the fact that there is at necessity in a deliberates body aving similar duties and labors to the enate that every member who Is en aged in the publc business and has m posed upon him the enormous amount f publla service which is In uch deliberative b ought to have otne assistance In performing those lublio This regard for parliamentary law hav ug been the beamed pon the vacant chairs and piges and be debate went on smoothly to the SKELETONS FOR Judging f rum Ktaaas lie drawback to tba ami demon tratlon is ihu lack of giwd raw mtterU or campaign The gentleman in presenting as he such tscimraging record of p bonmit and B rg littla to build icon in tbe present Th herewith presented t tne op position are finely HMlcuated and reqiln nothing bu judicious Imagloai n to con them Into excillent campaign matn Tbe foundation of yarn numbn was laid when the rppirtet of B wspaper attempted an in every prospect that it would go through houne wltb a the senator from North Diknta received a cablegram from friends in London Abattsypor opinion sto rbo re mllMonj pio tr Henatir Pie cecnblpd back at Final hucoeas uf ttff qomage rtmih end will prnbably be fiftyfour TOllHnn nunoB and the issue o trenvnry thnrenn A man whose fonc nts are an accurate la on titled rmpeot when he fxbreaion noinlnnc other In GOES TO THE Tbe Compromise Sll or Bill Passed by the i Strict Party Rfpnbllrant 8np porilug the lie g ire an Deui ocrat of the other flnstor P the from worth suoceeonr of O mc llngon thp ft and th greatest presid ing officer in the i inK with Ingillson stlng pnliticnl Be wu cor dially received bytbesenatorbut the COD venation instead of bristling with pointers nn politics u had was iklllfully directed to the subject of ahav og and tbe advantages enjoyed by a mon wbn learned how to shave an hour tbe great nun talked right rm concerning bis own rxoeriences in bat direction and his proflciencv In the He vxhibitM a surprising amount of nformatloo conrerninn strops nnd razors but when be begun dilating upoa the merits of Williams snap Siinniown of irical cli qi nre ind loose of English The reporter gil nnthlnu on OommtMloiMnM Bopdiai nf witn the ircpithm EL July The Ohero Kee commission Is still at work at ingtoa three and half miles rum It is learned from them taey first heard aptallminary meeting i th the ludlans while a waiting for tbe o itaooe of them to come into iho agency m Wednesday of last toe com nisjiun made tbe ladlaas the following tormal proposition That the federal WTerntnent would gve to every vumauaad egAty acres of farm and aid 160 acres of pasture to be ikon hy tudji ia evaralty by FeOcairj aud for all their aluia la tbe Ohorokee Birlp tbu IndUan to rocelve one ulllluu Aud a half line million ol ovpusiiwi in tna Uuitvd tiuten tudbmr 4 per th Her uue half million to tit uta ritmtod for impie nio to n t w a wuu d be u 16j iu M evacj al xituiiiuis ui ot taken out uf uuic present aod 10 tt idilua no chadKr iHuuid be mitdu in the vzlmlog treaties ol guverameut witn G Od A I trs Work In tin VMUIU In tbi at the nnd iratMidr Hill ntkvu dado About the national July the house Uaagor called up trie conference re port on the sliver Conger said tbat the bill prerented in the as the conference muat be in Ihe nature of a Ii waa nut Just such a bill as he thought con gred ought to It was nut such a perhaps aa any member of the house ffuuld like to uaaa it he were proposing a measure to state his Bui it was a bill that would answer tbe de mands of the country that would an swer toe demands of tne sliver minor mat would answer tbe demands of too tnj Uojrsra and tae oumneas men of the Tae geatiemaa from AUesouri dmuoj tell the mat tne Dill It aid nothing ul On iae contrary tbe wuuie of the measure raffluueuZMl additional oirculauoa haa been ae Iua uiu give the coun s tut price ut Iu oioaaoui a 1 suvet Maul up u a Wlta gulU it ouulu iQveruor again In order that property in Unio might oo retorted that be would ratmr see Fornker governor than bis fiiend trow doubt that IB your Is my taste and I staud ty and 1 am sorry for anybody whoie i ifivts ttott Continuing referred to Preident Clevelands position on tne sil ver Said that notwlinsttnd ing uievelamls opposition to tree coin age had by acrla All tbe good Dmooras of the country who were now pharaslcall pratslig thu beneficial liflaenovsfor for him wiftuuqtalifica n ato d re tdy to do it The m icrats Bad nominated for president the very man who struck with a maimed Hand at the Mends of free coinage be fore be bad any constitutional right to do Perkins of Kansas favired the of the report After further de thsoMfirence report agreed to by a strict party nays follows A All A Ho Hack mnaiBcatiun of the ixisting or iracticable uf procert ure by which ma irity uf the aonatn miy reach avor upon the national election bill an tber pending measure within areasona tie ipaen of The committee did ot reach a ctncloalnn to Fonw In the fusion July Tne boure ammitwe on appmpnatlons tuday porvdtotbe houtean urgent bill mak nil a grMS appropriation of lefray the xpenses of employing 488 additional clerks la the pension 68 la tan record and pension division 01 ue war department and ten in the second Bailors Tae of inoreas ng the force is to provide for the rpeedy aojullcation of claims to be called under dependent pension AMlsiant ol tbe July B innesota has been selected H i Ho K Little morntnij wuh a wtb tneMlsnn sbavinsla i lt This of tnuran the of tbe and cachme theoyonf can npnn hy ontleroan he ndverlompntnf a Within days of h wii neati In and clrcnliru and man a bonm of nniisiut o Thin istht whinh If ill p and hfrtifii wlh on made tn that was in cnllunlon wUn ffrtnp and that he o day A royal cnmtnlftnn on Using his position nadvertliie a fhnvloK to capital In Its publiohod HV EUwkiH a hut one from the tiio better the story for prac tlcal poll Tbe other sory relaej to pock this if nsuuiwl can be mad to cut quite a JQiis partic ular hnifn iu wuich scnatur delightn with which be puinta penui tirtiee lUree biaded Uuprntett om an it uocent us it nervicos may bin knife buth it to Ko To ciiiztm in iua tlon it IB k n iwu ibm it vm or itit ueuaiu ilUully eenlcd eurnlupog cuuuiDitij tba rlcctwral vutu fur preblilBBt of Jjiioil I BU tiappuuuu are present and represent Ha did a id wnne Urur ol Lafk tVnttrli Antelope ttmung Bul are all Arapaaoe pro ive leadors who with the whole of Atopikhoos ready to accept th Taesltuation seeoU v little more h day and CndUns pretty evenly divided on tbe proposition or tn euvernment which is the most lib ofl T to any One oV the cnief xhitacl a in the way of the Tndlant thrlmneti4e a tiiraoraVfeesof b inrux of lOltio weretntliiunt to alien i for Jin Mi es and others BAIN Iv K IOM soOuuu ut tue bill uui uunr llotl uu lui tuo uf uauk Ulokiug Uio lUBtcaoo ul utruuoj u Iu tun utXI moulua At auy rave 4V woiilU tatt vuutv vl amuuui uuly KVoa uie gguueuiau iruw ittuniUil I UlauUj nnliug tu liaftf auu VOJB ngamatft lUdeMUre ivuiou woutd give t KeUb ii Kl 8ml W Uoiema Cut 0 LaF j MiVo H Morrl Honl Hio K Thima Thorn au auaiuuual ulcuuiauou ui Mils lafjje BiuuUulIF tie Wautott the uratlu iu toil IQe couutry waoUKt U relume w aniwct a itli fltn Mauitnnw Palati ilKlit July Juiglng ti telegraph advices recoived laia ifitirnuon from all it ap pears thtt tae rain wa aulflcieni la twu uf tbe la some soctlouu tnere were heavy raiho lasting several but tbe majority of tbe reports received indicate ibatthe ram fait was Many places report only sbow were nut suffi Meat to be ot any Two stations m Cloud and O tawa counties repirc no rain aad little rain fell la souluetswra Kausas though one or two towns report fair Borne rain ell in the extreme suuth wesi p it uf tne state and Great Head gut enough to do s me g out Were wan none Dodge The 6 ilomun valley very little Ffie greater ptrtof tbe rain tall was In be cuuutiea of tuumern ptr tlarvey and At bist it was uuly to eft rd temporary Ihe outluok now ia than it wan a few days but lixht raiasuie a wees by mote rain be mtaaion a week from now will be almou as serious as In sections cofa la all right to stana a deal morn In other aectlonstbu crop been seriously damaged already beyond 1 tuat wuuiu giva iua puopla uiixuiuia ut yiv WM a aaiuiaul uiaoauiu uf lui uwl oeeu BUUUDUIUI iu Otu maeuuta Ttld paudi uau uevil iu0aaU4t Itatl toe IU Kau hut a oial under tugtltit tbr in Fubrunry pfecad at Whether or not tae senators shall each have an annual clerk at a year has been giving both great aMiTnB sinatA decided that 9 and compensation were about fie right but the economic the verge of sent iword that a six dollar for the liesstoa was This adtifin oftbe laouse la a matcc where rteffitencB had 8 Iaer to crltlcUa j gard o the unwritten laws governing the houses in their personal Sen Ii Presiding admon 1 iahed fft ul kner t any reference to j house proceedings calculated to ufluence were unparllamintary must whereupon John1 grown gaunt and grizzled m senatorial got up and coolly informed 8n j Oor Faulkner of the parliamentary method of avadlng parllMnentary rules and of getting hie facts before the sen s Senator un doubtedly staes tbe rule of parliamen tary evaded so and that has brenikne so often I tbiok the wnator to have f jund by this easily u cm be The baa the right hag been elfewnera or such apd inch has Tbeeo wtthont refemog to it waa I do not think there ecoud ingdarriBiua Iu tbia be was asniitd by hu and 18 jaW and their combined official After the prwciom en veiopfa had bwn removej from the placed in two polished Wood cairied to tbe bouse of rep ma and hoisted aougeide Hr tbe opening uf envelopes began It waa tben discovered that well word letter opener on the speakers desk was no good when applied tu ttae tougb outer pnvali uf PConil tncloeurB nisrooasit nvd which tbe atatesmcn blow seut uu u choice collec tion of dull broken down pocket retu n tee b is any tn although the ing shortly with a great murderous ook jtck Uoni gte logalls that big awk ward for Plight him a nice one that he can keep u a Soiaylng Sergeant Oana hustled down leaving this large axsnrtnmnt of eminent men to run all sorts of risks by H iw ever he bought and presented thla tor toise sharp embellisbed knife to Benator lagtlls and from that day to this the president of the senate uses no other and whenever n colleague borrows it to ebarpen a pen cil or pull a be stipulates for ita Immediate There are the but that carried by the repre tentative of a prohibition ehould constitute a pull oo snmrfblng beside and if the pimiblilies suggested by this neftrlouH instrument which is car ried dally in Inaalls be not turned to original package then hat Democracy lntltg cun olne or fallen into honest 8KH4TOU rlEUCBs If General Orveloy could bit i ff weather 18 Senator Pierce did the diver business the bureau of prophecy and con jecture would erjiy a greater degree of public Tbu day after the free coinage the senate with EL Tex July following ia regard to the battle be tween the rival mayors of Yalota and their adherents have been received Icisjearoddthatthe trouble originated as follows Bonigno as mayor ol has charge1 of the Acequiiand had a couple men cleaning it Gaul seat a posse of armed mea to drive mia from ineir Gial claimed that he was mayor and put LIS own men to work and refused to die continue when ordered by Alderetta to do The mayor then secured a war rai t for the arreat of to plods blm uuaer peace bond and deter mm from turtbrr interferei ca with the Actq Qaal BUmmoDPd around him aud arreated and the The fight termi nated In a peaceful surrender at daylight w a sheriffs who restateu cannot be Sixteen men bave bean arrested and brought to tbe j It turns out that only one man won a of Mayor Al ddnettea who tried to arrest Another Mexican was wounded in tbe 1 Uad ueea KpuoilUAU vuiee uote UnpuOllcau VJuot WwulO KV u wuerc u to Ueuu proaiaaut ttuil iliauca It nuuia go w a uouniry luat WDUiU Jive aUou a ouduraeiueut lual uiauy uu ctieutuer ciUo woula uut beuere M Vule la me T uu wurk ut tne bau tioea mov ing ihe Cuuucrv tapidiy tunaras enutbliaameul ur a parity belweeu 81 auu tVaeauuuKrnaauieiiiiivor UDUta aa YeswrUay u sold lot fl f oiuae 11 hu beea auiiuuuoeu we cuatereuce Uau agreed uuua a bill stiver had gone up more th iu uireo It apnuuat j 1 ut lecouereuce bill 8 vast Vet tae inonitrudity aent bete uy tae propuaea tu inaKH tho UalteU MUM minis tna dumping grouuilfuraii luaiiver of tae worid lur me beaedi u tlocmaa of Oregon said that he L it dm but cou of gold aud mivcr ag money ai jilo 1C Was a conceasioa oa bain tinea uf ue i Waa a viucory tur tUti pjpu tat tin oa aa djuDt iaac iae fall ulectluaH tbure wuuld bda t repreneuuuon hereoa the Hue uf vbe free coinage of iiiand of Jliasouri concurred with the geuUeinm ia tne opiuun tbal UIB uexi would be a fre a cuiuage Uul that nouse wuuld be cuiupouea ul taoau who advocated free cuiuage aud wau utuud by tbeir to It wuu d nui tie couvimea uf tbe Hepubncau Uy gag rule hau yoiml Uuwn auu at It free coinage came it wouiacuinefrtai tnat party uadsigud arm tu the ul tree cuinage auu wuiob bad uut bU rouiloied us priu the beck or Wall iDe Dull aurreudared every principle ul It euireuoeieii free taio ifle CuUei n i Nlnclringbooi fliil HIM Via N Vx 123 an asatstant vcretary of the treasury under the of the executive Pompom of Suuiiey Mtea Tho Ceremony mlnntr AU ftk Vaiih on turn But vttileti InaUB Ahnot Macb Uabkak ppri prlation increasing thu number to JHitden Urmaaiar July nnmina Ion of Alexander tfo O Infantry to be gen eral waa confirmed tn Fnrmam Pfuniu ai July it a large gathering ol n tue city to day to listen to speeches of Beaumont and other eminent The crowd assembled in tbe and old and male and numbvrs probably run to more than They belong to all political p trues except the Beaumont la big address fault with the government which allows one ot iu citizens to acquire millions of wealth while uthfH remain Tbe opposi tion to the R party has called a county conviniion tu be beid In tbis pit tmpt Ha d w batuiuoy to put ill and will a ticket in the combine the O tnocraW and if i perfect com olneol turces cuuld be efleuted it would be a strong parly iu tbis county and defeat tbe Ittpub llcan In 1888 Harrieon bail oily one hundred and mxiy mnjoitty over all opposition and iu 1880 if tbe opposi tion hud been tue Ropublicaas would have elected ouly A floe rala fell here yesterday ereaing which will carry the corn crop fur a few more but if we do get plenty of ruin soon tbe corn cr p will and the corn raivera will set up a cnmplaint equal to Wichitas howl for Wit Ma Wl July 12 marriage of Stanley and Mtsa Uumthy Tennnnt look place ia WeftaiatMr Abbey this ThKcerrmony VIM performed br the Very Rot ville Bridle D of the Very R Frederick Williams D F K arch buhop of Weatminliter and tbe RiKht Boyd O lord bishop of A large crowd gathered about the abbey and loudiy chrertd and Hits Trnnunt and Uieir wedding on their Bunley euterrd the abbey at He walked erect up the ttaosvpt show ing no alga ut bis llluess aud tuuk a Beat tba tie wore a frock coat with a white fl in the buttotihola anil white kid Count the rapre eutntive of of tbe groomo bet brother inlitw of Dr Captain JSolnoo aid J eutenanu otnlra and who were with Stanley oo his last txpfdition Into grouped themselvw ar und S Fiva later ac companied by her Ohoa Tea enured tbe abbey and walked with stately gracealong Her train was by two of hvr uephews dressed us Tneiif cuaiuama were of the of Oharlet auu counlaux of satie oiiiiuer SHIM witn I ago watte nau with ontrica Tne were Miss 8 pi via the bridea and buna uf waum ate veiy pre drrwes were satin nauka voA uVer tktris of crpe thiy wreaths uf Jowmiue and catited beu q iv s of white 1bu brideo was petticoat and lung court train of wiilto Uuuuly ifitiy pairs were Toe ful lowinic aembers and taut I paired ot Inili of Dicker July peo waa held in this city U fall county and legislative placed In the Delegates were every sub Alliance in Fay dopted favoring free against It made with tbe bullion gptculatota uf vVall In taa Interest ot street it drparted from tbe legality and that ratio from sixteen to uae tu tweuty to The bill made silver aimply a coinm xlity to be d by fold1 upon wbiub moiey shall be isauud kt lie jld It was true that the measure might a utaull increase in Out it would make il by a u the g ild a deeer tion of It was a declaiatida tbat would not make uuy furtber Qnhilbr Ic was neither a rteoacoicios Troutuin hlnka It ut Ihe Muvetubvr July 12 President James Troutman of the State Temper ance Union hu just returned from Ne braska where be has been in the interest of the prohibitory Beit of the opinion that the prohibitionists will Ha save The whisk men of Ne braska are on the Taey are un questionably beaten if the prohibitionists can maintain advantage they nnw have the N wember prablhitory will be adopted by a Urge The state is thor oughly organ zed and prohibition meet ings are being neld m every county and in almoat every school oilver blrl ubr a greunbaok but sm ily ajpulitleil device concoctnu to tide over an qt favored the re bopad tttitaa intornaiional agreement could be reached that would establish a fixed rafio between silver and The gentleman from Utasouri 4r Bland had said that he would act vote for the He Canaou had tbat tbe geuilemaa would not For a quarter of a century when great financial and economic leglslatioa bil neen had In this country the Democratic party had not for Whnn the great car ot projjrf as rollrd pushed and pulled by the Republican the Oemncratio party bod called Hula I noldl But the car of progress rolled The bill now goes to the president tor big 1 THE July senate resumed conBideiatlon of the shipping Vest spoke at length against tbe subsidy showing huw former sub aidies had flndei in failure and scandal i and illustrated his argument by reference tu some subsidized bteanuhip He predicted that subsidy would nevar bring a doilar of foreign commerce to the He was followed by who gave it a big opsnlon that the plan pro posed was the only mode of reviving the ocean carrying and tbat free would destroy Amer can ship building yards without offordlng any Mr O orge then spoke in opposition otbe Harris said that while he was op poet d to subsidies in every if tbey wereadoped they should at least bead juUed ao as not to discriminate between American ports so as to benefit tbe one at the expense of the He there an amendment providing that tLe total sum paid to any veettl sail ing between any American port and foreign ports shall ia no cave exceed tbe sum MUl to tessela ut the same class itid tonnage batwaea such foreign and tbe neareat Amerlcin pirttaereio After discussing tbe it re nays a ptry Teller offred an amendment pro viding that no vessel shall entitled to under the sot thtt makes any mination facilities to lines oelvlnB or forRardlng of freight or bag or at any for r the vote was then taken on amend ment f fibred by pro vtdi ships for the foreign but not for the like or coastwise trado The amendment vrai 39 strict vote bill was then eat county attotfuJ oommitaiQUOT FSrst B 1gfetature Sign1 trie H sixth d D Elg seventh district eatln uLd cordea nlk n trimmed with front of the tkirtuud toe couge rmtaroldered with wbite aud and the edge ut tbe fl Ucuitt unu witn tfarmoilii of Tbe bodice ga cullar with tul e Veil Was fastened la with dinmona stars mounted by a wreaih of orange QI Her eboea were ef mlver diamond a Bupeib dUruo riT WillUm E igllsh Eist Aneatt cob which descended the disb ture of tbe qu by her majesty ARKANSAS July mioth past negotiations bave been pe ing between a third ownei this and John Itoyce of tbe Hmt h Center for tbe Interest la the newspaptr To day the trade was finally con R OQB third Eckett anil U Howard reatniog their in tbe 01 R lyce ia welt known as one nf the prominent newspaper men uf tne state and is at tbe present time tne assis tant cblef plvpk of the of reprvaea Tne p illcy of tho paper will uf course be July the district court tolt morning Judge Spil maa jef osfd to dissolve the ii junction against H the original package This Is the first decision by Hansas district undtir tbe late su preme couit ruling and has been anxious ly The decision was exbaustiv and raises several It will attract wide The people are jubilant Hornleys has been appealed to tbe supreme Republican rooventtou M El July 13 delegate Republican convention fur the fourh county met this every township was J Lowther of Hno was elected cbair tntn o the eatral Wm Grant of toe K Rano Herald wa olrcted The campaign will open in a tow suggested that s party hill inoretted In reply to some remarks by of of said that since the clow of tbe war every had appreciated in value except he ocraotic of A he Dmocraic inmnwhat invalue recently intheatate of Grosvenor replied that while the Oemncratlc admlilstratloo of bo a good under It the taxable value of property baa Hr Bland inquired whether the gea i tlemaa would Ilka to Foriker nays The only ex reptloia that Hr Pavuevotid tbf the bill and Edmonds and PluTib agtinst The voe was then taken on costal Btibsidy Mil and yra ova Elmundn no and Plomb nnt voting On motion of Mril tariff Wl was taknn up and made the business an executive session tbe senate Bapubllcnn In July 19 out committee met at tbis morning and spent the time till noon la trying to deyim a plan to carry out the absolutely itrnetibn of caoous to report a a Wiekly HMub NEW July weekly statement of New York banks thows the follonlug changes in legal tendons 700 Ihe b nks now hold in excess of the 25 ppr required by Bnrgvaa O LATH July prooeed iogs to disbar an attorney and counselor law of this which has occupied dlitilnt court all this There were fourteen charts filrd against and be WM nut guilty upon all uf V Juy till For KaaaM Falrj northwesterly wind except In eastern Kansas stationary Mayor u active tended to dtguant all pud WllBB bis u knew o W piofeaainK its 1 Tb brouuut ne uaioe1 isrop jX bis frleuds aad in most sacred vows am raro upon his fomll it furtber Tbat this bold unlawful and action and that he be bis At hour this evmnlpg a was receifetl frtm Pendleton i tbat knew nothing of it t Will tho July atlvtuof the Knights of Labor Mine met reprfseutatlvei of the bereaved Hill Farm miners today and employed counsel to enter suit fn The will sue bunbsr uompanv and will by labor iiblln mgs against Ungottbe oompany will to llgent c   

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