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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 1, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Best Advertising Medium Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best HUTCHINSON The Largest J THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas FRIDAY AUGUST HALLOWELL THE He Is Duly Nominated on tho TwentySecond The Cheloe Conceded to bo a Hood nni Ills Election As tfcaSeoood Days Session of the Seventh DUtrlot Beimblloan Con Creulonal Convention at Uadfo A Hamtonloiw Venfinment the llvalry o the Day Other Pelltleal Dounn July BUB rose clear this but tbe political sky was decked with The balloting had continued incessantly till midnight without any significant results only to show that the different delegations were standing stubbornly by their Where will your delegation go when the break comes was invariably an swered by we are going to stand by our Jake Kilraln telegraphed his wife once that nature gave out and he yielded to BO the convection eeemed waiting for nature to throw up the Hallowell bad reached GO still lacking 27 of a Lewis had reached high tide at and the candidates had blocked a nomination by holding the remainder of the voteB from 17 down to Breakfast came late and nuny came late to and after the usual form of eating the delegates gathered in knots in front of the Dalmonleo and dis cussed the serious problem of how to un tie the political knot that now held the Theories came and went like shadows flitting over a out nothing certain but the seeming cer tainty of a long and bitter The Wichita men had endeavored to storm the fort from the cheering everything that seemed favora ble to but they had exhausted a good deal of ammunition and began to show signs of They had lost much of that spirit of confidence that characterised them from the The Lewis force ntlll held the portals of the but were unable to get and BO settled down for a The other candidates were waiting for some one to yield in order to get a new deal in the With the exception of who dropped out on the second the same candidates were all in the race that had started In from the be It was purely a question of pluck and and as pluck was the big muscle must finally win Dark horses were frequently alluded to by some of the knowing but it was eyideut that the time had not come for dark as the present supply was sufficient for present On the assembling of the convention at 8 oclock a motion prevailed that each candidate be allowed five minutes in which to address the The epeakers then came Jones at Garden came first and dis cussed the questions of irrigation and pensions and was enthusiastically cheered at the Johnson of Kearny was next introduced and made B stirring Tbe Edwards of Pawnee in an elo queut speech pledged himself to the principles of the Republican He no countys came forward and made a telling speech which was enthusiastically Hallotvell followed Jones and made a vigorous speech and stirred the conven tion to its depths with his fervor and elo Thomas Uubbardof Sum ner county next came forward and with humor and completely cap tured the Lewis of Edwards Bhowlng himself thoroughly imbued with issue of full legal tender treasury notes in such amounts as may be necessary for the proper transaction of the business of the We favor such adjustment and reduc tion of tariff schedules as shall best sub serve the varied interests of a great na keeping in view as matter of first importance the prosperity of our greatest We commend the administration of President Harrison and endorse to the fullest extent the prin ciple of reciprocity In our commercial relations witn other nations of America so ably advocated by James We also recognize the growth of the mutual Interests of the western and southern states of this We favor such legislation as will ef fectually prevent the organization or maintainence of trusts and We demand that congress shall pass such Isws as filial 1 effectually prevent dealing In futures In any agricultural or mechanical We favor the Immediate passage by congress of a law giving to the mates of this country the police power of regulat ing und controlling the sale of Intoxicat ing liquors within their We fa vor a national bankruptcy low as a matter of vital Interest to the We favor the development of the means of irriga tion In aid to as a matter of vital importance to the people of western We favor a deep harbor upon the gulf and urge the house of represen tatives tn pass the senate bill providing therefor without We heartily indorse Governor Humphrey and the Republican adminis tration of Kansas es economi cal and in the best interest of the pro The practical statesmanship of Senator Preston and especially hia re cent brilliant fight in the senate for free coinage of commands itself to the admiration and approval of every citizen of Tutt in Senator John In galla the Republican party of the state and nation has one of its most brilliant That in our senior senator we especially recognize a fearless champion ef the old soldiers and of true Republi canism against Bourbon and heartily favor his reelection to the posi tion he now BO fltly occupies and so em inently We congratulate our present guished Honorable upon the honorable position he He left Liverpool in 1840 and arrived in this city the same He invested what money he had in the purchase of a block of uow in the heart of the business portion of the and the rente and Increase of value there of mado him He died in FAVORS A SECOND BecretarT Mohler Thinks Farmers jBhonld Plant Now to Prevent Total July Martin Mohler secretary of the State Board of Agricul has just returned from Oaborne and the northwestern part of the sad brings gloomy reports of the crop The weather has been very hot for several and notwith standing the heavy rains of the past week the ground is again badly in need of In some places the crop would bo a total failure and the faimiTS are now cutting it to secure the Mohler has great confidence in the success of a second corn crop planted and is preparing a circular to be issued urging the farmers to save themselves from total loss by plant ing a second crop of millet or He finds many farmers are unable to buy seed and thinks the moneyed men of every community should aid them in se curing seed wheat this Otherwise there will be much suffering and loss in the western part of the Army following army orders were issued yesterday as follows Cadet Hollis first class Unitec States military is granted leave of absence on account of ill health until Second Chauncey Baker Seventh will report to Brigadiei Alexander SIcCook for dutj us Leave of absence for ten days ii granted Curtis saslstun Thrae years of the sentence genera las attained in tbe congress of tho nation and fully recognize his faithful and la borious service in behalf of his constitu ents and for the good of the country at The platform absolves the if from all allegiance to the tenets of the party if they shall vary from the Interests of the Seventh Labor of July There were esterdaya Proceedings In Both Branches of ho Senate Takes up tho Tariff Kill bat Makes Rattier Blair Kltlmatei that at the Present Bate the Kntlre Bill will bo Disputed of About Mnoh Doing tn the Circular From the Sec retary o the Treasury to Helilen of Hllver more than 200 delegates present when the Union LaborGreenbackKarmers Alliance convention was called to order this Deming of was made chairman ana a liBtof standing committees selected The con then adjourned until Upon the reassembling of the conven tion this afternoon the committee on re solutions presented their report and the platform was unanimously It arraigns the Republican and Democratic parties for their criminal and negligent abuse of power entrusted to their leaders since the close of the civil war and be lieve the time has arrived when all lov ers of reforms should make them selves heard and It demands the abolition of the national banks and the substitution of legal tender notes in lieu of national bank mites issued in suf ficient volume to do the country on the cash system that all money shall be legal tender in payment of all both public and private demands thefreeand unlimited coinage of silver thabtaxatiou both national and shall not be used to build up the interest of one class at the expense of another the election of president of the United States and United States senators by vote and the re duction of salaries of all public officers to a strict economical The following ticket was nominated Lieutenant Governor Johu Mc Secretary of State Btate Henry The resolution in favor of a service pension to every honorably discharged court department of are remitted in the cane of Allax Ponomor late private company Third in now in the Minnesota state prison Two years of the sentence of genera court department of ar remitted in the case of Johu Bonnol late private company Twentieth in now in the Minnesota elate prisoi Still One year of the sentence of general cjurt department of is remitted in toe case ot Charles late private company Twentieth in now la the Minnesota state Two years of the sentence of general court department of remitted in the case of Alvie Mo late private troop Third cav notv in tuo Leavenworth military Two and onehalf months of the sen tence of general court martial are re mitted iu the case of Frank late private company Eighteenth in now in the Leavenworth military Private Frank troop Fourth Fort Walla and recruit John mounted serv Jefferson having en listed under false will be dis Private Francis hospital Fort will be Private Robert hospital now awaiting orders at Jefferson Bar is detailed as acting honpital stewart and assigned to duty at that de July the uw order for the dispatch of he senate met at 10 There not more than ten senators resent during the The roll was and thirtytwo senators answered their less than a whereupon the sergeantalarras was di ected to request the attendance ot ab ent By a quorum bad The conference report on the District f Columbia appropriation bill was taken p and discussed for an hour and a hietly on the subject of the street rail oad and their short nd agreed The tariff bill was then taken up and ts reading by paragraphs was beginning at paragraph page tho article being extracts of and the amendment reported from the finance committee being to reduce the rale on he house bill from six centa to live cents a McPherson moved to make the rate our cents a which would he loan ail valorem rate of l lor the prices current showing that he New York price was six cents a The amendment was disagreed by usual party lli The committee amendment was then agreed making the duty five cents a McPherson moved to reduce the duty on castor oil from fifty cents to twentyfive cents per gallon and said that the former rate was equivalent to ISA per ad Disagreed Plumb moved to increase the rate eighty cents per present He said that onethird of the entire castor oil bean crop ot the country was pro duced in He was willing to tore go that rate of duty if the farmers of Kansas were permitted to buy the articles Seabrook Thomas Pleasant on Nathan Kan sas City Jerome Marion Edward John John Pleas ant father of William Minneapolis Susan widow of Matthew XHB BIVJBB AND A Belief that It Will Bo by Both Jaly Patrick Henry of a member of the ex ecutive committee of the Mississippi River Improvement and Levee Associa said today 1 do not share with some people the fear that congress will not pass a river and harbor There is not a measure before congress that has as little of poli tics connected with it as the river and harbor It would difficult to de termine whether it had more Democratic or Republican I believe that it has more than enough friends on both sides to carry It As to the Mississippi 1 can say that we feel greatly encouraged at the improved pub lie sentiment upon the People are beginning to realize that the Missis sippi river is the great sewer of the con tn its neglected is capable of immense destruction ot life and but when properly con trolea could be made the finest navigable stream upon the ifiven in its neglected for a part of each icisiae regulator of freignt rates for the Whea as it can every day in the year a single cargo of ions of coal or one of bushels of grain could be safely flouted from Cairo to the The mom necessary and least expensive factor m this control is the The levee has been proven to he absolutely necessary to auy permanent and com plete improvement of the channel for the purposes ot lueu there is the fact that the levee will incidentally protect of acres of the moat fertile land iu the world from destructive and will give homes to of These tacts are becoming better Known every ihe commercial exchanges of all the great realizing thai auy disaster to auy pait of the uulua means injury to the Smith is very fond of the and of late has developed a mania for hugging and kissing every pretty girl he To some of his female friends this had become and yesterday complaint was made against Smith for this and he was tnken before a squire a fined and the spirit of western Judge I soldier was Botkin of aeward came attbe foot A resolution in favor of wonmu Post Quartermaster Peter now on is relieved from duty at Fort and upon expiration ot his proceed to Jefferson re porting for Recruit John mounted now serving sentence of general court martial at Jefteraon hav ing enlisted under false wil bo of the list and made a thrilling speech and was cheered to the ending with a humorous anecdote that completely convulsed the Ballotting this being the twenty but in Harvey county holding its vote till the close of roll call things began to indicate a change in the and when it withdrew Us eight votes from Lewis and turned them to Hal lowell the convention eaw that it meant the nomination of the Wichita The stampede began here and soon enough counties had changed their votes to make Uallowells calling and nomination After the completion of the rollcall the chairman announced that Hallo well received 103 83 being nee essary to a and was declared the nominee of the which was received with unbounded mingled with copious effusions of The nominee was loudly called for and came forward and electrified the conven tion with a soulstirring Each of the other candidates was called and endorsed the and pledged himself to use his influence for the election of CoL After appointing a committeeman from each county in the the convention ud to meet at the polls on the fourth of and ratify the choice of the The work of the con vention has baen heavy and but everything was harmon ious and friendly from the While the individual judgment of dele gates favored other it is probable that the combined wisdom and judgmentof a large majority of the con acting bud operating without prejudice or has made no rain and that the ablest and most avail able Candidate has been The platform adopted yesterday is as follows We favor the fiee and unlimited coin age ot silver and such other legislation as maybe necessary to insure an increase of the volume of currency adequate to the growing demands of our trade and Believing that tha national banking system accomplished the purpose for which U was and that U cannot further subserve any use frage was reported adversely from the but after a long and some what heated diucusslon it was added to the The prohibition plank that we demand the abolition cf the liquor traffic as it now was also adversely reported and caused consider able discussion and was finally over whelmingly rejected and the convention The Fool Trylue to Fix July Western Freight Association held a meeting here The report of the special com mittee in favor of the advancing rates on hoge and packing house products from southwestern Missouri points to which was adopted yesterday afternoon on condition that the rates on lumber and salt were in creased and those on grain re mains In statu quo BB does all grain which were not taken up this It was decided that they should be fixed by a joint confer ence of the western freight lines with the TransMissouri which will be held iu the Rookery building at 10 oclock to The adjustment of differences in regard to lumber rates was made by putting the rates on white pine at fifteen cents per one hundred weight between Chicago and the Mis souri while that on yellow pine from the south was put at twentytwo This Is not as much of a conces sion on yellow pine as the southern roads hoped to Cropa Ruined by KANBAB July dis patches from aeveral points in western Kansas state that the hot winds of the pant three days have materially reduced the low condition of crops in that part of the Tbe winds have literally cooked the corn until many fields will not yield a single This condition prevails along the Missouri Pacific from Concordia to the western boun Bast of Concordia for ft hundred miles the yield of corn may under favorable conditions amount to five or tan per front this point east to Atchison the crop will be from forty to fifty per of last years if tbe rainfall coulinuaa In they used at a corresponding reduction He wanted to got out of the bill what lie could get out of It for his own The amendment was agreed Paragraph relating to was as recommended by the finance by making it read Opium containing than 9 per ot and opium prepared for twelve dollars per in stead of as in the house although Sherman suggested time the high rate of duty would probable encourage the smuggling of opium on the Pacific Four prges oj the bill having been thus disposed of the senate ad lourned after a statement by Blair hat by a calculation which he had made tbe bill would be disposed of at the prss ent rate of progress by tho 20th of next THE house went into committee ot the Allen of Michigan in the on tbe senate amendments to the sundry civil Tbe entire afternoon was consumed in a discussion of tbe senate irrigation Many amendments were proposed to this but the ul timate result was that the senate amend ment was nonconcurred The com mittee then rose and reported tha bill to the house and without disposing of tho bill the house TO UULLKHS OF A Olroular Issued by the Becretwry of the July depart eut has taken the first step toward giv ng effect to the last silver act by the reparation ot the following hich will be Issued tomorrow trade of the entire have greatly improved the situation by passing strong resolutions favoring the absolute control by the national government ot this great water The river and harbor bill will proba bly be taken either in tho latter part of this or the beginning of the following It is the general impression tout the measure will pass and that the senate additions to the Mississippi river appro priation will be enacted into Vjkncl Ctrant July on the land grant forfeiture bill have about come to an agreement upon the Itia understood that the meas ure agreed upon provides for an absolute forfeiture of the lands described in the The section of the house bill look ing to further forfeiture of lands is said to have been stricken MADE BV Mill Jennie Bartman Henelr to AvoM July Jennie U art a pretty and accomplished shot herself dead early this morn ing at four miles from Ten days ago Miss while play ing in the was bitten in the cheek by her pet 8he was appre hensive of fatal results and grew melan Yesterday she became alarming ly desperate and confessed to a Miss that she could not The horror of that awful malady is ever before said I am its but I prefer any other death to the one I know is in Btore for Her friends were now convinced that her mind was Arrangements commenced tor a trip to which the physicians unani mously agreed would restore her mental and They were to start Miss Hartman Became more calm and before retiring last night was cheerful and expressed the pleasure she felt at the prospect of so pleasant a jour Both ladies occupied the same and retired earlier than Shortly after midnight Miss Walker was startled by the woids I must end this Before the half awakened girl could realise the meaning of the the report of pistol shot was ttnd Miss Hartman fell a the ball having pierced her Visions of hydrophobia had haunted her day and Miss Hartman was 23 years of handsome and accomplished and her untimely death has created pro found sorrow and COULDXT JIEAU CHINESE An Irtith Patron and His Laamlryman Come to July Gal an over six teet in height and proportionaly residing at 1012 Division sweats out a warrant in Justice Ryans court against Jew a who keeps a laundry at 1314 charging VICTIMS OF FIRE Funeral of the Miners Their Livoo at Their Cortina Covered With Floral Of Some of Them Hearing Appropriate The Chamber of Totea Two clretl Tnnuland Franca for he of the FanifUen of Vbo0e Who Lott Their War IB A Traitorous er the Hevolt In Buenoft July funeral of seven tyfive of the victims of the fire damp explosion in the Peliscir pit at place The coffins are cevered with Home of the offerings bore the inscriptions To the Martyrs of Labor and To the of the Capitalists The whole mining population of the Etlenne district attended the The chamber of commerce has voted francs for the benefit of the fam ilies of those who lost their A TraltornuM LA via July is reported that who waft recently recalled from Honduras by the Honduras government to raise troops around the Coadjutepec and join the mam army operating against turned traitor after having a handsome reception in the When ho was supposed to be on hie way to the frontier he turned back his forces of Indians toward the capitol and stormed the bar The fighting has been going on two but no details have been re as communication ban been inter rupted Kivas started the revolution against the Menendec govern ment some months but was He then fled to him with assault and battery the dr e state tho hot winds inal ban hvor the repeal of the banking We favor the The Ulytlie Will Cane SAN July cele brated Blythe will contest which began July and progressed steadily for over a was ended to day by Judge Cjffey rendering a voluminous decision in favor of illlgitimata child of Thomas the deceased awarding her the bulk ot the estate of a total value of about four mil lion Florence daugh ter of Henry whom Blyth andwhoafw have also burnt up the so that the yield of hay will be very To Aid the WorldB July The pro posed constitutional amendment provid ing for the issue of In bonds by the city of to aid the worlds fair has been adopted by both Louses of the The obnoxious if at in the that tho bonds should be puld by the city of Chicago and not by the state at were stricken This makes the constitlonal amend ment as thb joint resolution can be signed by the governor in time for Its publication before The Right Hour July The worlds fair bill as it passed the house o day was amended BO as to provide that eight hours shall constitute a day work for all laborers engaged in the con structlon of Any viola Uon of the section is punishable by t fine of The senate is almos solidly opposed to this section the ground that it is special legislation ani at gram circuit trotting raoee Walter won tb Maud second best The trot was taken by Albert t Pamllca second j beat rest iu lath oflerB for tilt B oa nnd after w etlver ImllfoD lota of uot Ities tuun and Ita delivery fret of to the uc any apsdlliM coinage mint f tlio United Btatflj will in ither by telegrbpli or for onslderallon at U oclock on Wednue 551 una Fiktays oE each except when theed Jsll oii IVgsl All blda will bo ad dressed to theditectorti the treannry de wli tho qu anil if jflered In tiao tho prtco per ounce and the mint at which the bullion Is to bo Bidders will be nodded by telegraph of the ac or rejection oE their The right to reject any or all 1MB is SAVED THIS A 6aiita Fe Kngtueer Refuaea to Slop at the Command of Four July Santa Fe train from the due here at last was held up by four three miles south of One man stopped the train with a red lantern and as It stopped three men stepped up to the cab and began firing at the on shooting him through the The William has a severe wound on the The engineer put on steam and ran the train to and on to La The wounded fireman is at the CJrsnd Union The shooting began with out a word of The engineer and fireman were given no show for their 0ulcers are scouring tho moun trailed by July Trinidad special says bloodhounds were put on the trull of the men who attempted to rob the Santa Fe tram last and after Severn hours wandering through the mountains returned to the The po lice a abort time afterwards arrested four men who gave the names of Biggins and all of whom have records In the police station as hard They were rraigned this morning and their trial set or Under bonds all went to Kates to KANSAS July Wabaah bis afternoon publicly named a rate of as the excursion fare to the It appears that the two had a misunderstanding about a wash The Irishman being unable to read Chinese writing did not pay the sum of money the bill called and when tho Chinaman demanded more he became violent and proceeded toclenn outthe en tire Two other Celestials who were also present ran out into the street and called for but Jew Hung a Hatiron and dealt his antagonist a blow on the Bide of tha Inflicting a scalp Gallagher Instantly took to his hastening to Ryans where he swore out a The case is set for trial on HU Wife Capcurert but She Will Not Live with July Strong of Missouri Valley fell in love with his neighbors and suc ceeded in coaxing her to elope with The two arrived in Lincoln together iatt but the husband learned whither they had lied and appeared on the The Trouble hot July dispatch from liuenoa Ay res Bays The banke are open but the bourse is still A press censorship has been The formation of a cabinet of coalition is under The city is Disorders continue in the agricultural The Ureat Southern Ho aario railway has been torn up in The troops have been dis patched to protect the workmen repair ing the Traffic is taries refuso to protest bills on the grounds of a state of Great pressure is applied to compel Celman to Koyul Love July marriage of Maria second daughter and youngest child of the em peror and ArchDuke Fran cis took place The ceremony was performed in the parish church at All the members of he imperial family were The archduchess recently renounced her right of succession to the imperal throne in order that she might be tree to marry the who was her own choice for a The guilty pair were found at the pot and Phillips caused their i le and also any portion of un amonut The delivery or purchase must be completed within ten days alter the acceptance of the Payment will be made by draft on the assistant reasurer of tha United payable In treas ury When bars bear the stamp of wellknown re flneritts such approximate value will be pending such assay ae may be regarded safe and iroper when the hullion in of 0uch character ae to require paritui or refining the isutd mint charges for these operations wltl be jald by the No bars weighing over ounces will be No silver cola except uncurrent and nntllated coins ot United States will be re coived ou account of WILUAM WIN Pensions for Kanimus1 July have been granted citizens of Kansas as fol lows Ottawa Leavenworth Sim H Han Henry Erie Thomas Cotleeville John O Peoria Morrison Manhattan Samuel Bunkw Hill George Luthe Berlin Strong City David Al Baunders Somerset Robert Leesburg Philip John On eeelng his wife behind tbe bars Phillips relented and declared he would not prosecute They were there fore Then Phillips told her husband she would have nothing more to do with and invited him to leave her se verely alone in the Phillips is astonished over his wifoi She IB yery attractive Nashvilles July third day of the teachers institute was devotee to regular work until when addresses on Love of Home and Love o made by several The national salute was fired am at fully people assembled on tbe beautiful grounds at the ant witnessed the unfurliug of the nationa flag on the Tho ceremonies were very impressive and America was some 500 voices An address by Parkinson was received with hearty Thu exercises concluded Tlionaauda KUletland BUENOS July the insurrection the iron clad fleet which had joined the revolutionary bombarded the city for two Serious damage was done to many especially those in the vicinity of the plaza One nousand persons were killed and The shipping lu the port BUS ained no Vlghllnff In July has had severe fighting at Masia and He killed many natives by using the Maxim He siezed 1200 head of He Ugogue wilh Death tn the July explosion oc curred in tho mine at Gelzenekirt chen to Eight men wore killed and several were wuh a griad encampment at The ofllcUls the road here Btate that the reduc ion 5rom was made by and with the authority of Chairman Goddard of he Western Passenger The ither roads noon afterwards posted a Bim lar July John age topping at OBrieus boarding GranJ Olsrk lies at the city hospital itf ft condition with t faping knife wound in his He aa found at Ninth and Market streets at oclock yesterday inffraiig and stated hut an unknown man assaulted and tabbed He could gi9 no detcrlp tion of his being uaabfa V say ven whether he was white or Gone Over tothe KANSAS Jtly special from to the filar says The tally Jhautyion comes out this morning iquarely for free This paper for hlrty years has been stalwart Republican and the active defender of the protective While still maintaing Its Republi can principles it says today that the west has no use for Ten on tbe Missou ri Pacific is offering tn buy its stock held by municipalities along its line between Atchison and Omaha and Its branches In Nebraska at ten cents on tho The people generally favor the sale of the The company does not appear in the tbe offers being made by fined or KUslac the July seminary in this Fayette county has a thi in the perios of Marion Smith a good looking young Youn Cholera Htlll cholera epidemic here BQOWS no sign of The deaths from the disease averuxe eighty Sallora will htrlke July afternoon paper Tomorrow moraing will inaugu ate Ik Bailors involving every peclts of sailing craft on the lake eys The prospective atrike Is due to A Jftmand on the part ot therieamens Un for an increase in and that irery man on ebipbuard under the rank f Cijitaiu shall be a member ot the un Christianity July has been leclared on the fair association The church people have resolved to rosecute all vioUtors of both gamblers and sellers of The association hss sold the whisky privil eges for and tbe fight IB on be tween the Christians and of adays races were Hival Cousin Mamie Tousssnd Al Far AVluuera July of to dayt races Lavinia Bilgowan Weather July tU 8 KJUUMM Fair followed by light local showers in north ern and WMtarn southerly winds slight change in Local Kloutlou at July rank the Frank Cox was odsy elected school by u ma ority of fiftysix votes out of a total of wo hundred and Thu opposition was very strong and the election waa ontestol at overy but Cux waa too nuch for Iliu July Kelly Steward was hanged here to day for the murder of John about two years Two thousand people witnessed the The rap fell at and his neck was bro He didnt struggle or raova a iu Depol at City UAHUKN Stata Fe passenger and freight stations were deu Toyed by Thu pipers and some of the office f urnlturu were Mufc the July Kansas Scott and Memphin today mat the cut announced yeaterday by tha Mtu tourl in freight to and northern   

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