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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 2, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Best Advertising Medium Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best zlUTCHINSON i IBB v v r than any other Kansas SATURDAY AUGUST PLUMBS Bo Calls a Bait on tbe Proposed Increase of the Tariff A Point Has Been Reached Where Political Sympathies Bad and Business Intercuts STiie Kanaaa Senator Throw a lintnb Shell Into the High Protection Demoorata Jharned With ln alnoerlty In Their Pretended Oppoal tion to tbe UcKluley lively Bparrlni la the snnate met at 10 and a call showed that were forty seven senators in attend f h The journal of yesterday having been Edmunds moved to amend and correct the journal by making It state the names of the thirtytwo senators who were present yesterday when the roll was first The motion was re The house joint resolution to permit George Davis of the Fourteenth in fantry to accept a position in the Nicara gua Canal Construction was taken from the calendar and The senate then proceeded to the con sideration ot the The flrrt rend today was that relating to the duties on lead and Ita The articles litharg and nitrate of lead were allowed to pass without comment to the third article orange mineral cents per Vance offered an amendment re ducing the rate to In tbe course of the discusalun pressed himself in favor of reducing all the duties on lead and ita various pro although bis own state was tbe greatest leail producing elate in the The largest load mine in tbe state of watch an eastern man waa principal stock had declared last year dividends amounting to 20 per but tne wagoa uf me employes haa cot been increased one tio chat the claim that high protective duties were for the btiootUof cue working men was a fraud and cheat from the It waa notorious that there was a great lead trust in The poorest who painted house Vest to pay tax to that Morgan inquired of Allison whether the increased duties on orange mineral woula result in an increase or a diminution of Allison gave it us his impression that it would increase ua revenue about Taking the whole chemical schedule he did not think the result would be either to increase the price of articles or to increase tne revenue mate Aid rich asked unanimous consent that in regard to the remaining para graphs in the chemical about twenty in and none of them epeciaOy debute shall proceed under the five minutes AluPnemon Ho spoke of the lead trust which controllea the entire lead trade of tbe He told of bis having met not long ago in a New York bank the owner of a lead mine who told him that the lead trust had offered to purchase bis interest at one million It wag worth but two hundred The f purchase was and the price of the product Increased to make such dealing e Fiually a vote was taken on Vances It was rejected by the usual party An amendment offered by Vance to reduce the duty on red lead to two cents a pound mat with the same The next on motion of amended by adding the words white paint con taining Vance moved to make the duty on lead two cents a pound instead oj nays Paragraph sixtynine was amended on motion of by making it caustic or hydrate of re in sticks or one cent per instead of oie and onefourth Carbonate and sulphate and potash and Bpongen were placed on the free The on sulphate of aoda was changed from one tenth of a cent per pound to SO per bd MePnereon flared many amend ments which were uniformly finally schedule B was reached which refers to earthenware and glass McPheraon moved to reduce the ducy on fire brick not T decorated from 25 per ton to 20 per I ad ana on glazed orna f mental fire brick from 45 per to Plumb voted with the the Urst break in tbe solid parly Plumb having thus started in hit of independence of party alle so fur as tbe tariff bill is onn began to take MoPhersone offering His first jwo amendments were to reduce the ates of duty on enameled tiles and on After discussion they were voted jlpwnbythe the Jpamccrata of course voting for the hydraulic cement Paddock joined Im nib In voting the the result of the Vote being 81 I McPherson moved to reduce the on common brown earthenware rom 25 to 30 per ad Ko 31 Paddock voted with the Demo Mr Plumb did not The next question waeon paragraph 100 relating to pircelian and crockery finance committee recommending a reuiiotinn of the rates on the house bill from OA to 55 per cent on the decorated articles and from 5 to 50 per on plain white and underr ated Two members of the finance Sherman and His cook expressed their opposition to the senate Mr Allison supported Vest moved to make the rates 45 and 40 per Then Plumb took a prominent and remarkable partlu tbe Bvelghlnj the exorbitant de mands of the high He produced a letter rom a merchant do ing business in and At stating that on an invoice of crackers he had paid tha day customs That under the pending bUl the duty on the same invoice would be 83 and under the McKlnley bill Cue whole tendency of civilization Pmmb was toward the reduc tion of prices of all products of human To claim that the tariff had been the sole orthe main factor in eae reduc tion of the prlcog of manufactured goods was to ignore all the forces of olvillza The American people were entitled to have cheap goods if competition could bring that he was the time coming when the people of the United States would get some benefit from the of home indus tries Just as fast as the point was arrived at wben lower prices might be the manufacturers came congress and said that they wanted more duties wbereby the downward progress of prices might be The people of the Halted States ought to have their inning and he thought that that time had He had no idea that what he might say was going to etteot the vote of the sen He could conceive and he could see that the cohorts of were so organized thit the bill was to go through substantially as it came from the finance The manufacturers had had from congress precisely what tiwy and yet so far from being a hill for their ben efit was to be put through without de If that could be brought on the theory that the country was ing and thirsting for more tariff He believed in distributing the duties that were necessary for the purpose of raising revenue for the support of the government in such a way as to KiualiM toe conditions existing be tween toe manufacturers of this dmntry and If ho were in doubt be would that doubt in favor of the American but It he knew what tdeexicl conditions were he would put the home and the foreign man ufacturer OB the footing He should be recreant to his duty if he gave his support to such a proposition as the china wars The he owed some duty to the American po pie as well aa to the There was a point where political sympathies ended and where ouniness interests The Democratic party had its full shares of for the iniquities of the present tmiff law and of that which wae now proposed the Democrats iu the house had the opportunity of correcting the errors and wickaduess of the Mo Klnley but they had sought to evade the responsibility of their when by joining with the Republicans who were opposed to that bill they might have eliminated many of ite Slo could see the game of bittludore and shuttlecuck between free trade and pro tection constantly going the political advantage oa the one side and for per sonal advantage on the other and be tween the two extremes the great body of the American people were being crushed and He would apply the rule that whoever demanded a tax for his own benefit should be ready to show concusivoly that his Interest was also the public The demonstra tion should be made that every single penny of tax proposed was absolutely Sherman replied to He concurred with that senator in the statement that no proposition made to tax the people should be supported un lens there was good ground for either For the col lection of revenue or for some purpose of public such as protec tion to American He then spoke of the growth of the crockery in dustry in the United States and said that such industry was not to be and not to be refused any reasonable It never could have been established in this country without Btran ge aa it might it was a fact that tha prices of chloaware were less DOW than were the duties levied on them ten Vest modified his amendment by making two rates on decorated china and plain china 50 and 10 per respec and then the bill over and the senate THE house con tinued the consideration of the senate amendments to the sundry civil appro priation The question being on nonconcurring in a minor senate Hjgera of Arkansas and being rec by the said that he wished to submit a few Cannon of Illinois made the point that debate was not in Tbespeak er was inclined to sustain this but after debate in order to save he rec ognzed Cannon to move the previous Against this Rogers saymu that this was the tecond time that the speaker after having bm summarily taken htm off the The speaker thought that he had al ways trnated the gentleman with pollte and The chair had not recognized the gentleman for Whin a gentleman rose of course the chair could not tell what he rose for un til he Rogers that when no one was occupying the floor and a gen tleman rose and was it waa none of the chairs bus ess what he was The chair respectfully states that it is chairs business us speaker of the chair arrogated that The chair arrogates The chair acts as the ipeaker of the He has always endeavored to act towards the gentleman with en tire fairness and The IB a IB a difference of difference of opinion on which this house can and doea bare ite judgment have no doubt about and I have no duubt what the ver dict The I have not lingers remarked that was one point on which the speaker and he Tbo ppvioas question wss 103 Oa concurring in the senate amend ment no quorum motion to adjourn was voted down and a call of the house wan This disclosed no quorum and further proceedings under tha call were dis pensed The remainder of the afternoon was consumed in a vain attempt secure a and without disposing of the bill the house took a Thn evening session to be for the consideration of private pension On call of the house today 158 mem bers failed to respond to their Cannon has given notice that at the eailiest opportunity he will ask ac tion on a resolution revoking all leaves of excepting those granted on a count of Uninteresting personalities between EolOB of Tennessee and Sawyer of NHW Illustrated the dreary pro ceedings of the evening After nannaiEe of two bills the house at Public Debt The following is the public debt statement for the month as furnished by the comp troller of the treasury debt exclusive of United bolide lo Paclflc f Debl on wblcU intereat baa maturity Vwai no intcreat CortlOcatea oflaoc by ciali In treaaury H76 STII CO no II 107 00 CO e ot ilnlit NliMXVI w Uaahltt roaaury 00 UAht canti In July J8DO Uebtlna June lw Decresae during the month Protest Agalott Perecouttan of Repiesentative Baker of New York today offered for reference to the committee on foreign the following It If reported that the Baaelui gov ernment haaortloreil to be enforced the edict of Tliat congress ot too United Slaloa earnestly In tlie name ot BIKD Inhaman and baroaroua acts 3 hat tue praeUleat be to through our reprea ntatlvea In Ita reapo ittul but earnest pcnbgat against euch proponed action the Kusstan It Beendoa from the anil Paaaea the Worlda Fair senate tt cted the eight hour clause in the worlds fair bill today and a conference waa In the afternoon a report from the sen ate aud house joint conference commit tee waa received stating an agreement had been arrived at by which the eight hour section was struck from the bill and an amendment made to the sub merged land clause providing that the matin land after tne fair whenever di rected to any othar use thin that of a public place shall revert to the state of The conference also aeroed to present a joint reso lution recommending the worlds fair directory of the enforcement of the eight hour principle and that no aliens be em This resolution adopted by The report of the confer committee was then adopted 124 to A message from the senate waa re ceived stating that that body had con curred in the report of the conference committee and adopted the joint resolu tion on the eight hour and alien labor This concluded the business of the special session of the legislature andadjournmentfollowcd sine llulncd by Kc proprietor of a combined sa pool room and ball has left the Be left his creditors in the lurch to the amount of several thousand Hia ruin Is ascribed to political He ran for alderman a year when he waa reported to be worth He was fresh in politics and he ward nnrl bummers touched him for about He neglected his business and allowed his which was miking him a handsome to run until It woi finally for a Tnon one after another of bis bus Iness ventures failed until ho became heavily in debt and escaped bis creditors He now said to be Au Kxllna Siory of NEW 31yearold Russian arrived here yesterday on the steamship At the barpe office the confessed to having been sent flve years ago to Siberia for political from whom she was pardoned flve months During her pxllft a son was born to the landed yenterday the 3 ao cnmpanied Uer who was imprisoned with will come hprn In a few In her story of life in Si beria she tells some horrible Her burtand was a young of fpir but all his posseriiions were seized by thu She intends going to Tenneateea Com hundred an thirtyseven repre senting every county in the state except have made replies to the inquiries of the bureau of Agriculture as to the condition of crops July Wheat is nearly a threshed and the result can be very closely total yield for the state is about Upon more than three fourths of the acreage planted drouth bag so in jured the that not more than sixty per of the crop can be no matter how the eeaeon Vailed to Both the Tenth district Republican convention at Wash ington Court and the Eleventh district Democratic convention at Hllls Hading it Impossible to nominate candidates for adjourned last tine Thig means new dele jatea and new conventlona in each dis A Dot weath er report of Professor Hnow of the state university for last month that only two of the twentythree hsva warmer than in 1898 and 1814 on two of the days of the month tha mercury reached A REDUCTION Grain Bates From Kansas and Ne braska Points Scaled The Interstate Commerce Commission Taken Hand In Unking Freight Reduction Made to Apply to Oauand Floor ihluped From aourl Hirer Valley to Ulllimgo and Mt Wetttern Freight AMoclO tion JBearrancea Mohrdulev Prom Kan Olty Packing Bonne Halt ana oil AdvancedCorn and Wheat Aug Interstate Commerce O xnmlssion has issued and will send out Ita to take effect for the reduction of rates on food products based on ita reports to the senate June Theorder is ac companied by a copy of that also the opinion of the commission overruling he protest and motions ol the toads to dismiss for want of The opinion reviews the powers and duties of the commission in the matter of begin ning and conducting investigations and the commission holds its proceedings legally and the reductions necessary to make the rates The reductions made apply only to wheat and flour curried from Kansas and Nebraska to Uhi Louis and the Mississippi The reduced rates are From the Missouri river to Chicago on corn and 17 and wheat and 20 cents pur 100 From Kansas aud Nebraska corn 18 to wneal 31 to 27 The reducti ns extend 200 miles in Nebraska and 250 miles in Kansas from the Missouri Where tales are fractional the roads may charge even which considerably modules the No reductions are rtquirpd wbich will leave the roads less than mills per ton per mile for hauls no longer than 500 nor loss than C mills for any As to rates east of the Mujsissippi the comminBioner The rates from Chicago and Louis and the Hissisaip pi now charged on wheat and Hour to the eastern seaboard are not found to be The charges on other principal food products between the Mississippi and the seaboard are in volved in pending complaints heard on petition and and therefore no order as to these rates and charges will be now Filing TransMisseuri and western Association uid a confer ence here to The rate on salt Chicago to the Missouri river was put at lltteea the rate on rye and barley at twenty cents and on corn and oats from southwestern Missouri river poicta to Chicago at eighteen The association adjourned after tiled ing a decided improvement in the south western rate The raten be tween Kansas City and Chicago are to be advanced as follows On cattle from IS to cents per 100 bogs and sbeeu from 16 to 25 per 100 011 dressfd beef from 18Jj to 3S on picking house from 12 to 18 on lumber from 10 to 15 on salt from 13 to 15 An agree ment was adopted to maintain the new rates for at least four mntha from the time they became It waa also reed to reduce the rate on wheat from to 20 conts corn from 20 cents to 18 cents from southwest ern Missouri river points to Cutrorm Bill of 1 the railroads leading east from with tbe ex ception of tbe and Grand and put into effect to day the uniform bill of against which here has been such a strong The indignation of the board of trade merchants seemed to be increasing and as far as they gave their busi ness to the Grand Trunk and Wabasa The other are apparently in the flgbt to and some of them boast that the uniform bill of lading will soon supplant all Mew Kawa In KDbot reduction in freight rates to Texas and the City previously announced in these made to meet the rate from New York by went into effect to IBKSEDU d iG E E 1erpetrattd ijTalnae the Hebrew Race by tne Uuaatau The statement made by the British charge dVfliira at Pe tersburg and quoted in the house of com mons last nliiht that tha Ruealaa govern ment had not altered Its treatment of the is wholly at variance with all other advices on the Letters received jere from luoscow and Petersburg mention that tbe lawsagalnet Hebrews are being enforced with renewed severity and aro being stretched to cover a line of treatment naver supposed to have been contemplated by the legislation referred Large numbers of Jews who live near tbe German and Austrian frcmtlera have been compelled to move further within Prussian the pretext being that they are engaged in smug and Borne of them reaidlng in this to io the The Ignorant peasantry taking advantage of the prejudice shown by thn aulhoritiea plundered the Jews at and in one village neur Kertch a was put under torture to compel him to surrender his money and other The robbers pulled out two of bis be nails before he woiiid revml the hiding place of bis which he at last No steps have been taken to punish toe guilty of this and other outrages and all appeals to the police are in country have been obliged leave their homes and settle A Plague ot o have invaded in this section of Texas and planters and farmers are busy poisoning They we reported very bad along the Brazos river and It mny be that the cotton crop of this state will be Seriously in The peats are at least three weeks earlier than usual and they are here in great numbers and make the at mosphere very affensive with their pe culiar of tha BUEKOS via tbe beginning of the revolution took command of the gov ernment forces and seconded by the chief Pedlrtlla and twenty flve the at 5 tbe revolution it was de cided to grant the truce asked by the government till 10 when fighting B to be It waa not it having been decided a stop firing to enter into While this was going on the government received troops from tie Many com missioned soldiers about the streets were killed and many others wounded by people On the 28th firing started the revolutionists being helped by six men ofwar bombarding places occupied by causing damage of small import At 1 oclock on the same day the menofwar ceased firing by order of the who abandoned their arms according to the agreement with the gov The leaders of the revolution say this agreement was entered into be cause of their want of The people are greatly discontented with these Some citizens and soldiers have even committed Bui Capdevella has been obliged n have a leg the is The chief lender of the insurrection was Leon Blalne at Uape GATE of state arrived at Cape Maj hia evening at He immedi ately driven to Congress where he will remain until tomorrow when he will be driven over to the pras dential at Cape May to stay until the president returns to which will be on Tuesday or Wednesday At Congress Hall people In tbe lobby greeted the sec arrival with a great clapping of lands and Haslere orchestra struck up tbe Star Spangled HalloweUa Nomination can rally over the nomination of R Hallowell for in the Seventh diatrict at the Crawford Grand tonigU attended and Mur dock SpiwcbrtS mide by Elwards of Judge B urige Price of Tom Uaun ol iodgeman Wall and Bendy of Foivr Kin Ua publicsn representative convention for he Twentysecond representative dls rlct which consists of the city of Port Hcott and tBree outside townships met today and renrjmluated present in for representative iy absolutions were passed endorsing ienator Ingalla and demanding a reduc ion of the salaries of county Ucltanaa fill Plant the reply to tbe challenge of Lumuel the James Sweeney offara to back Jugh MoHaniu to fight McGregor for to and tbe middleweight The men are to train lown to 152 pounds and to fight under London but outside of the utate of Mettanusis willing to sipn articles and deposit a forfeit at any time and fight three months Buuialied the Sultaua the disturbances by Armenians In the Room Mapn quarter of this city last the Suttand escutcheon at the Armenina qatidnrchiate was carried away and The examination of prisonms who are held for tailing part in tbe riot and the searching of their houses con It is reported that those on whom arms are found will be Took their Laat Hancock and while returning to their home at MftckviHe were thrown out of their buggy by a runaway The aged couple were dragged at a furious rate by the and received auch la urlesthat neither can Cattle Vena Union Cattla companys feeding plant at our miles below South burned 11 oclock laat raueiog a loss of tnnured for The plant ontained stalls and covered over fifty acres of Cholera at The cholera i spreading at On Wednesday eighty one deaths from the disease were and on Thursday eighty four were All ports on Che It d sea and in Asia Minor have been quaran tined against Wrecked by au uowly builc mill of the Fibre company near tha village of Turners wai wrecked by an explosion about 11 oclock tonight and three men are supposed to be butted in the Bougutby HU Bnallau telegram from says a prominent tablewan manufacturerer who will give his name when eaya thit Uia eatabUth ment with every like concern la the United States baa been told to an EaglUh The syndicate ia to leuen the output of those ftc toriw where fuel is high and Increasing the product where gas la cheap or given for The price paid averaged per or in all as there are thirtythree factories in the The transfer is to take place Dec One of the important items of the entire affair is that the price on table ware will be advanced as anon M the syndicate has assumed Harper Ine of the absorbing topics of conversa ion with our people Is the condition ol the corn owing to the excessive hot feather for the last two with only small amount of Yet there are many fields ot corn that will make from onethird to onehalf aud should we have rain soon the farmers will begin preparations for the largest wheat crop ever known iu the The crop his year has greatly encouraged the as the quality and price lave been highly Corn is now selling for an excellent rice and the farmer who raises bushels will realize financially about an much as though he had as IB will get perhaps from thirtyfive to fifty cents per bushel fur what he has to and be at less expense getting to market what he It is some comfort to us to know that ur good county no worse off n the outlook far corn than a majority f the counties of the and yet this s neither help to them or benefit to t is said that misery loves company and we will therefore together share in our A new county enterprise is tbe putting in foot of a weekly journal called the llliana the flrst Issue of which appeared July Its motto is No more class legislation but equal rights o all and special privileges to Coulson and ditors and The slate an nida up by the Bulletin is follows or congress Simpson district McKay for representa Coulson for county attor for district for probate for ohool findlay for ommiwioner flrst E Tat The Bulletin ia spicy and starts off well aol makes the third paper in the and is published by the Our businessmen eijoy a fair degree f trade and are not at all nd dont propose to We have too jood a town and too good a country our Bunding it to be Our lUBiness men are too enterprising and lushing to know anthing about failure or and we propose to fight it out on his A gentleman who had just ome into the city today was heard to emark that be had traveled 400 mllee nd that this was the bestand most lively own had This is saying a good deal and yetltisdouotless and we appreciate the If we would judge from the way our usiness advertise in the columns f the Sentinel and our live and ustllng we would conclude that hay are enjoying a good and increasing which will double during the all without any The Qutchinson and Southern road is ppreoiotert more every day and when IB mail service la established the road will be still nnre highly The Hutchincon Daily NBWS is much ppreciated by our and is grow ng in popularity every Our community is healthy and every ody seems in good BASH NATIONAL At FllUT 7 Base 0 1 and BECOliD 1AMK 1123251 1 Base H 5 7 and At Bnne 8 phi Philadel 2 and At New Base 3 New 1 New and At UulTklo 0 2 1 0 a 2 8 B 50S Base Buffalo 17 Uoston 7 and At 3 4 6 PhiUdel 0 Philadelphia CONDITION OF Weekly Report of Dun Oon Commercial The Monetary Outlook for the Present Altered by the Henry Export Of importation of Kerahandlm anrt a Decline In Kx Tend tn Largely Inoreaae the Ualanc of Trade agalnat Prlcea till rend lne Mhortaite ot Money Pome Interior NEW Dunn weekly review of trade says Heavy exports of having been engaged for and the advance of tbe bank of England rate from four to flve per have altered tbe monetary outlook for the The merchandise Imports are very lieavy for a few weeks at New having exceeded last years twentythree per or and yet tbe months imports last year were 000 but exports from New York tor tour weeks have been less than last or nearly nine per and the months exporta last year from all parts were but These faciu indicate a very buavy excuss of im ports for The cotton exports for July have been about bates less than laat and uxpurtouf wheat and have of late been checked by high but for the month show a Prices of commodities tend steadily upward with the expectation of abundant and have naea one naif of one Jor during the and this move if will tefcd to cause ahipmunta of gold instead of Almost all the interior money maiketa are The rates have been moder ate thus far and the supply bow aud the complaints of slow coilec IOIIB though a little mure frequent than ot late are comparatively Tbe ac counts ol trtvdtt are almost entirely satia A slight falling off of some inus is seen at and rain U baaly needed for crops iu the region tloutary to but for the mid ummer season the state of business IB better than Exchanges turough all imsidoot YorK show a gain over ast year of 13 per Boston gains but reports an Improving demand rom leading articles of wool ug more and leather Pailadelpblit observes somo decrease n the drug no chunge in uiet in cuamicals and but im proved in At New tiavannah and Mum ibU buameaa U aattstactory for the sea piosptrcts are Kansas Ulty and re At Plttsburg Brooklyn J3000 1 1 6 7 8 Brooklyn Morrie anl Chicago 00040000 4 New York 0 Baae Chicago H New 4 New Omaha port a favorable outlook at dally output of Minneapolis Hour mills is barrels and the demand or lumbar ia but In paru of the west there is much andal eady some depression in business be ause o Ujury to crops by drought and extreme The iron business appears rather more though no change onn be ob ervud in The wool manufacture Changes but little at Philadelphia and here no improve mentis iwen and western priceg ate held too high for manufactur The boot and shoe buniness shows no weakness and a large number ot buy ers at Beaton are operating freely at the recent advance ia both leather nd bides being firm and higher m Fears qt injury 10 wheat and corn are caused by very nameruui leports from the central western though esti mates of a yield of bushels of wheat in the Dakotaa and Minnesota well supported by detailed railway The conducting local accounts and estimates helped speculation to a sharp advance in wheat and bur in both a reaction baa since apoeared and wheat closed 8X cents lower than a week Corn nixnit three cents higher and oats Heavy packing causes some eittnessiu pork prouuciu and the fine crop reports help to lower cotton a Oil It lower and coffee and raw sugar un In jerernl the speculative markets iw tbeinlluenie uf attcipated cur rency but renciion would be if out goes of gold at the rate of in a week should continue to verbalance expected purchases of silver t the rate of in or snme time to come the monetary out ook will therefore be narrnwlj n accouutof Its possible Influence upon he coUre nt The business failures occurring during the wtwk throughout tbe country numhor aa compared with a total of 109 last For tbe corre ponrtini week of att year the figures were One night Jock well known en tered the saloon of while the roprietor was standing on tbe sidewalk n front of the and attempted to tha At that juncture Dillon on ered the saloon with a drew a revolver and fired at the The bullet went wide of ita but hit Dillon in the in flicting a mortal Deanison waa At Hew Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 1 Toledo 0 5 Bise Brooklyn Is 8j 3 Pitchers UcCulougb and Cushman Forecast til 8 For Fair Motherly shifting to cooler by XacM at 1 day grand Circuit trolling I jvel won the 233 Dawsoa second beit In the pace Dallas made heat in Oriokett win the Dillas leoonn octt Rosalind Wolkea ou tbe free for all Bus e 6 second bait The Klce trop Nice xboatttud acres of rice and cotton land in the province ot Wernsle have been covered with an in H iw of tal and the growing ihereon have beeu A Faottne Iu CM A famine prevail in In purta of the coup TV the from starvation average 100   

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