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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 5, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Best Advertising Medium Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best HUTCHINSON The Largest THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas TUESDAY AUGUST IN The Senate Continues Considera tion of the Tariff Senators nuil Plnmb Join Minority on Homo on ohlnaware and Glaiiwaro Kfioetre Attention Committee Recommendation Uniformly Con cnrreil Xn The General Deficiency Bill tiofare tho Kogerfl of Savagely AttaokB speaker Waflhlngton senate continued consideration of the tariff the pending question being on Vests amendment to the ohlnawure reducing the tariff on decorated ware to 50 per ad and on plain un decornted ware to 40 per instead of 55 and DO as recommended by the finance and instead of 60 and 55 in the houee Manderson said that he had voted on Saturday evening against Vests amendment and would do so bb cause he thought the rates proposed in it were too He the rates recommended by the finance com He was a protectionist on prin but he did not believe in unneces sary high ratos of He aahad Deen said by Blscock the other in giving manufactures no greater rates of duty than absolutely necessary for them to carry on their ineas Plumb read from a letter pub lished in the New York as to a conference between China manufacturers and importers in which lower rates of duty than recommended by the finance committee had been accepted as mutually He thought would be an outrage to give them Veet modified bin amendment by changingjthe rate on plain white China ware to 45 inatead o 40 per The amendment was then voted on and was nays Ingalls and Paddock and Plumb voted with the Democrats and Payne voted nay with the The amendment of the finance com mittee making the rates 55 and GO per was agreed to without a The acit question was on a committee amendment to paragraph as to all other striking out the house paragmpli which fixes the rate on decor ated ware at CO per and on undec orated at 55 per and substituting another designation in which a rate of 50 per ia Plumb moved to make tho iatB 45 per on official on historic Bad patri otic in order that he might un lawfully perpetuate party in power i and draw to his support lot the presi dency the unscrupulous mass of and vulgar who practiced the infamous and corrupt maxim that the end justified the He had de graded the majority with the full assur ance on the part of the Republican mem bers that if the scheme should break down under the judgment of a liberty loving they would perish like Bamson under the but if it succeeded that he alone would reap all Their want of patriotic neurage was exceeded by their suicidal uui umoag them all had not been found a man with the courage of a the patriotism of a or thelove of liberty that Inspired tbe father who oould this is our country these are ourllbertles these are our countrymen and you are our ser vants and we will not have the one trad The committee amendment was agreed Tbe nexi was on paragraph null The committee amendment was to Btrike out the paragraph in the house bill according to and substitute for it a difiorent classification with 1 cenl per pound on bottles holding not less than a and en demijohns and car and 1 cents H pound on bottles holding less than a Agreed The question was nn amendment of tbe finance committee to strike out para graphs 118 and 114 of the house bill and to substitute for the one paragraph 104 taxing glass and cut or 45 per ad McPherson moved to reduce the rates in the senate amendment to 35 per ad 20 nays Plumb was the only Republican senator voting with the Democrats in the Manderson and Pad dock voting in the negative and In galls not Plumb moved to amend the com mlttee amendment by reducing the rat on cut snd decorated glass and glass ware from 45 to 40 yeas nays The Republicans vot Ing aye were Paddock and Tbe committee waa agreed The next question was on paragraph fixing the duties on cylln crown and common window glass the committee amendment being to re duce from cents per 2 cents cants und 8 cents according to sizes he may I tell that they curie you and de pise you and hate and when you re assailed in and in hey are silent Henderson of defended peaker Heed against the attack made upon him by KogerB of ie referred to him as the mighty man rom Maine and declared that he stood oday as the grand gure of the age of legislative victory nd If the paople of this re public did not appreciate what earnest courage and patriotism had done in his then there is no gratitude n the republic for loyalty to Its of criti ilzed the code of and then said he lad no criticism to make upon the speak It the gentlemen on the other side were satisfied with that officer God forbid hat he should attempt to remove that If they were willing to ao ept the apeaker aa a tali type ot the par he would enter no Be pro eoded to make an earnest appeal against he force Boutelle of Maine Bald that he had 10 desire to attempt any defense of the peaker from the kind ol remarks which lad ueen made from certain gentlemen n every relation of life as a aa a the speaker had been mally He than commented on theClaytonBrecltenrldee taking his text the prens report of the ma ority of the committee on elections Jpon this text be built a strong denunci ation of election methods in tho southern Pending action on the bill the com mittee rose and the bouse 1US1NES9 OF TUB NOKTUWESTERN Clio Ilaport for the Flioitl Year Showi itn Inureaao of report of he Chicago and Northwestern Kailroat company tor the fiscal year ending Mai has been made Tho gross earnings of the system were an increase of in 188DjOperat ng an increase o The net earnings were an increase of Of the on Vance moved to amend by Uxini an uniform rate of 50 par ad val A long discussion Piumbsaid that it was better no to pass a tariff bill than to pass one that not If it was meant that the senate should have a rule that would cu OH he would regard that as a per version ot legislative power and as a blow at free In his i tbe Republican phtform of 1888 had been supposed to mean that it endorsed taiii revision by iucrease of the renal of the tuw Teller opposed any change of the rules for the purpose of hastening tbe passage of fie tariff bill or any other bili Vances amendment was Uofeatec Various motions to reduce the rates o unpolished crown and common window glass were made by PJum and rejected on yea and nay al though in the last of them four Itepub Paddock and Plumb voted with the Fina ly on Aldrich the rates wer reduced to and cent per pound according to sizes and th senate THE bous went into committee of the whole nn th general deficiency of that the Pacific railroads claims were no provided for In the While he be lieved that the time waa now at ham these would have to be settled th committee hod been unan mous in refusing to provide for thel payment when they were still pendln In the courwof the Rogers of Arkansas attacked th speaker and his The h had degenerated Into a state o anarchy and mupwta that the speaker turned tite back on frank on opportunity fo on parliamentary decorum en down under foot or the other aged and out Meeting of the Dentists at Excel sior lio Attendance Expected to be the Largest in the History of tho Grand QatherlnnBf Odd Jrellows and Patriarchs Militant at Garden City Crowded With Knlghte of the Three tlon to be Upon ft Scale never At tempted Before bj Any Hecret Organ and Jotuen EXCELSIOR tendance of dentists at tho in year is and the character of the elegatea higher than In any recent All the dentists of prominence in that art of the country north of Mason and lions line are except the few that re In attendance at the International ental conference at wing to an unexpected delay in the ar ival ot one of tbe special very ttle business has been attempted and one brought to a The National Association of Dental a body composed entirely of elegates from governing bodies of the wentyflveor thirty colleges that are in membership with the National Associ held a meeting in the Elms opera Their discussion was principally Iiected to the consideration of rules dopted laat changing the collegi te course fiom two to three This isoussion on Its simply went o the demand for a definition f the The real was an endeavor to rescind tbe rule al together anil go back to the old two year a more profitable one from the ee point of but not satisfactory to he members who desire to elevate the tandard of tbe requirements for gradua Tonight tbe board of m on on and miscellaneous During the year there were LO additions to the mileage of tbe which re mains Tbe funded deb shows a decrease at The item of labor amounted to and tha of material to less if to he value of old rails and track material aken up and credited to material ac The number of passengers car ried was a net increase ot Although the average rate received f o Freight was smaller the income receivec from this source was greater than in an of the thirtyone years of the company the highest previously re corded being in The company re ceived an average of for each ton while last year the average wa and this item alone amounts to decrease in the revenue ot The gross earnings per mile operated nv eraged a gain of per mil over As an offset to this the oper ating expenses and taxes increased per Tried to Wreck a Puionger Train O a young Chelsea con f esaed today to having placed the tie o the railroad track which came nea wrecking the PlyinR Yankee expres Wednesday He says that he ha placed stones on the tracks H reason for this dangerous joke was 1 see the cars It is thought h had confederates In this last bu he will not disclose who they Curry eleo tion in Alabama to day for governor an other state officers and members of th legislature passed off Bpecia tn the Advertiser from all portions of th state indicate a sweeping Democrat The legislature will contai but few Independents or Aa Selection In genera election Is In progress throughout Ken tucky The only office to be fllle by the choice of the voters of the entir state is the clerkship of the court of a The candidates are and Judge I Shot the Inanlter of Bl 4Ataco ored peoples picnic atBirdaPark toda Franklin Franklin waB about to thras Bryant when the latter drew a knif Franklin produced a revolver and sho inflicting a mortal A Brakeiuan Burn a brakeman on the Grand Island roa fell from hin train west ot here a sho distance today and waa run over and In Btantly Weather t 8 Kansas North eriy becoming variable warme In narthwest portion colder in southern JeoreUry Blalno this afternoon was a rilliant About persons were present and shook hands with tbe president und During the reception an orchestra played patriotic After the reception the presiden lat party were taken for drive through he city and surrounding TVrKKTY A Little Leadvllle Girl BicnpM With a Had a who was coming up to the city from Rock hill yesterday was attracted by the cries of some children around an open and deserted and nveBtlgating tound that one ot their num Laura a 10yearold bad fallen After some delay a rope was cured and but the girl did not ot delegates from all tate boards where dental laws are in operation and Inally can dictate terms on which icenees to practice dentistry may be is ued are in session with closed rue result of their consultation will set le all other The convention proper will begin at 10 tomorrow morning in the films opera house where President Foster of Philadelphia will for the flrat ime wield a new and handsome silver and ivory which his friends have to take hold respond to of It not any query did she addressed rom The shaft was twenty feet deep and It was at first feared she bad een Wells descended and found tbe girl had presumably from She was taken from the shaft and removed to her parents home on the California gulch where she re gained and an hour later as well as not hav ing been bruised to any serious extent in her the accident lay The fault of entirely with the children They removed the covering ot the shaft and in doing BO the girl fell Hoards had been tightly nailed on the timbers ao that it would have been impossible for any one to fall but they were removed with rocks and the children bad lighted them in order to make a The girls escape from death is miraculous for the shall is an old one and the timbers about ready Co fall BRAVE BUT NOT The Little Salvadorean Army IB In Very Oloso It Has Marched Into Bat May Not bo Abie to March Hondnru Wilt Join Forces With Guate mala and the Combined Armtea Operate Agalnit tho Bum Baa Little Matter to Settle With Guatemala and May be Com pelled to Uliolpllne the Belligerent Little July is believed here that Bon Salvador is now in a most pre carious Her whole available strength of troops has been thrown Into Flushed with reported this little growing smaller with each is pushing for ward Into the heart of the enemys coun Is to be the United States steamer The trade on the islands is utterly The natives hnve eaten nearly al the co coa nuts and the copra which is the chief resource of the is likely to prove a Tnrklfih martial law has been proclaimed in the Turkish town of toe Christian inhabitants have been brutally Twenty notables at Bisstmta seized and beaten on the pretext of com pelling them to reveal the names of bar borers of A gen d arme thrust a red hot bayonet into the nose of one who is now reported to be dying from the effects of the brutal treatment he Two hundred inhabitants of Anaselltzi have been seized and tortured for the purpose of extracting that when duiaa have Guatemala mobilized and their Hon forces G4THKIUNG ODDFELLOWS The Celebration at Oblouga Which Begun Thia were plenty of indications in the city ltet night even of the approach of the triennial canton ment ot the Patriarchs which jeglns A giaat many business houses were decorated with flags and limners bearing Odd Fellow emblems and The work ot decorating O and fitting it up as a lodge went vigorously forward all and at the hotels the colonels and gener als ot the Patriarchs Militant were ar ming Everything indicates that this celebration will be the largest gathering ot the members of any order jver held It is probable that the number ot Odd Fallows and members of Odd Fellows families who will be here during the triennial week will be near The Governor Oalla Upon the People to Settle BAKTA Prince has issued a second proclamation respecting the outrages recently com mitted by the fence cutters and barn burners iu the vicinity of Vegba and San Miguel Under the guise of Knights of Lubor a secret order in some respects similar to the Farmers BO far as concerns its political yet partaking aleo of white cap ele has been organized and nu merous depredations have been commit The citizens have been persecuted by fence cutting and had their burned A factional fight over the jlllce of sheriff has been iu progress Sere for find this la alsu involved n the though tu the failure of to adjust the laud grant titles n that part of the territory is attributed he origin of the In his proclamation the governor calls upon the perpetrators of these unlawful acts to disband at once and asks the co operation of the citizens of Vegas and the county toward bringing about his The governor adds that if need be the territorial militia will be Called out to suppress those evil and bo counsels the nraco officers of San Hlguel to do their duty anil to avert this lathering of the fellows and Patriarchs Militant hold possession of Nearly every train today and last night brought uniform members of the order and hundreds ot civil branches all Intent on attending tbe Tribunal en campment or gathering of the organiza On the streets this afternoon and evening men in uniform and men and wearing Odd Fellows badges were so numerous as to form a large part ot the throng which Crowded tbe down lown Every section of the United States IB represented in the ar The cantonment has no legislative powers or It is one purely for display and to gel representatives and members of the order together that they may to able for one time at to realize how big an organization they parades and contests of merits with adjuncts of a similar charac ter are the principal things on the pro The contests iu the civil branches of the order began early today and will continue throughout the At 3 the only public ceremony took This wan the hoisting of the the Canadian and the mili tant This was tbe official signal that the cantonment had Each ot the banners were raised on a separate Cable of luiaed the stars and The dian flag was raised by Cava naugh of and T Steers of While the mllifan flag went aloft hoisted by Kel eey of Tonight a magnificent ball and recep tion was given at Battery D armory un der the auspices ot the Oarpenter and United Broth erhood of Carpenters and Joiners oj America met in biennal convention here with over 200 delegates present President of Cincinnati occupied the After an address o welcome by Mayor Cregier and others committees on rules and credentials wen appointed and recess taken till this after In the afternoon tbe committee on credentials the delegates re ceived their badges and pass words anO the convention went into executive ses Tbe secretarys report showed tha rom members in 1881 tbe union baa grown to distributed in 7ft In 88 cities eight hours la a days work and in 234 places tbe men work nine white in 206 cities work tor the day is over at 4 A Reception to tbe CAPS re ception tendered President HoirlBon and they will overwhelm this little army which seems to have already wandered beyond the lines of possible It is feared that San Salvador will be able to make a detente when the tide of invasion Then it is thought will be time or Nicaragua to take tbe Even unless Mexico cornea to the aid of the smaller states the probabilities are that Guatemala will be enabled to impose her rule on the entire country and substitute a centralized military government for the proposed federal Meanwhile Guatemala has to settle a serious act with the United States on account of seizure by Guatemala and San J ose De Guatemala on tbn 17th in stant of war supplied on board the Pacific mall steamer legally shipped at San Francisco for San No in timation had been given of a state of siege having been declared before the Colima It is understood here that lilaine has taken prompt action in the Aside from this episode strong hopes are entertained among a circle timt the United States will put forth its best endeavors to smooth over the quarrel and stop the war ere it goes too As as San Nicara gua and Costa Hica have a soldier left to take tbe flag they will be satisfied with nothing Jess than a positive abandon ment on the part of Guatemala of pro joctt for extending her title throughout Central An Uniiettled Htate of Times dispatch from Buenos Ayres Bays Vice Presi dent Pelhgree threatens to Colman has ottered evary position in the cabinet to the opposition leaders but each one The o nicer a of the regiments recently opposed to each other now fraternize and declare that henceforth the troops will be The naval officers have resumed their Policemen and firemen de fend Colmans house against a surprise from the Meeting of American Fifteen American con suls are holding a conference at the American consulate on tbe mode of ap plying thn MoKiuley bill in Clair of the consular bureau at Wash ington waa elected president and Tingle of the treasury department secre The Fatal Fire 4 Another explosion ot fire damp has occurred at One hundred and fifteen of tho men em ployed in tho pit succeeded in making heir escape Five others were seriously PiNAMKIUOiiN Ciirtln Bxiilitlnn the Achluvameutfl of tho llecent TKOLHLE Dlgsatlntled WltU the ClTll Wiir July Steamer Stealandlato Baa Great dissatisfaction was expressed here last week both by the foreign residents and loyal natives on receipt of the news by steamer from New Zsaland that Kagland and Germany had further delayed the appointment of chief justice and president of the municipal and that the matter had been referred lor Having a Gen tlemans week ago a wealthy Montreal gentleman who had baou stopping at Old attempted o board a moving train at that place upon which he was to return He missed his footing and dangled between two with only a hold with one hand between him and death under the car Thtshold he was fast loolng when Frank a young man who sells popcorn and papers on the Boston and Maine between North where be and came out upon the platform of the car and managed with considerable difficulty to rescue the gentleman from his dan gerous The as soon as he was back upon the car grasped Merrills hand and said You have saved my life and I will send you a check for as eooa as I get The gentleman did not give his but he leapt his word the letter and to young who had given bin uaineand address at the time of tbe res received a check or which was honored by the biuk at North Bar and the money promptly paid Dont Monkey With the Wild special to the Ltdger from Cape May says Presi dent HnrriBOn and Secretary while strolling on the this morn ing at the bathing were involun tary wltnossesses of a struggle for life in the surf of several A short dis tance from the in about sixty feet of a raft was and a num ber of bitoera were amusing themselves diving on top off o and the swimming rolled toward the It was shortly after 13 oclock and tho tide was begin ing to run out when an unusually large wave come running The waves struck tbe raft and swept over it sweeping some of those on it into the Among those who was swept off was Dim a niece of but for tunately before she realized the danger she was caught by John Buckman and dragged into shoal Salu at heavy rain tell here this afternoon and ended the long season of dry but the cropi in many pltcegare too far gone to be The corn in many caiei will run from twelve to twenty bushels to the acre and the cotton is looking The election for a Territorial legisla ture occura Democrats and Alliance men have made a bard A Live Bird the content today between Beck of this city and Elliot of Kansas fifty live birds for the American field champlonshin cup and f tbe race was won by Elliot to the king ot The new gov ernment of Samoa is but little further advanced than it waa two years not withstanding the fact that the Berlin conference concluded Ha labors more than a year ago and formed a which King Malieaoa and the chiefs of Samoa assented to laet The only atep lias been taken towards the new order of affairs is the recent ap pointment ot a collector of customs by tbe three sitting as a consular and even this appointment does not give satisfaction as it is generally believed though consuls have the power to make they have no power to enforce tbe payment ot The German trading the largest commercial organization iu the already pays its duties under The native chiefs say that in deference to a request of the consuls they assented to the after a consideration of only twentyfour and they complain bitterly that no appointments have been made since and that nothing has ap parently been done toward the establish ment of the new Thegov ernment by consular board is regarded here aa the most desirable form that could be Owing to the present unsettled condition of affairs in Samoa und tbe apparent slight probability of any immediate action on the part of the three it is be lieved here that trouble is Whether or not this trouble will the proportions of another civil war similar to the one which was ex perienced two years it is at present difficult to but the indications are given now that were man tented be fore the last It is believed that the trouble at this time would from the Mataafa which has been gaining in strength the failure of any action un the part of the three powers having tended to shake the faith of many of Mansions Mataafa him self went to the largest island ot tbe a short time since his return It been learned at least onehalf of tbe chiefs there are in his 1 Malletoas followers of ia event of another It is thought they would be ultimately suc but tbe mere prospect of anoth er conflict ia dreaded by all the foreign who was support ed by theGermans two years is ap parently not engaged in any and be ia said to he enlisting not only of tbe white but also of the most intelligent portion of Malietoaa Unsuccessful overture are believed to have been nadeto him by Hataaias fol King Malietoa and his chiefs re gard the situation as BO serious that they have decided to request the three consuls to appoint an adviser to the and they hava selected WiUUm who was the American consular repre sentative here during the last at the adviser whom they It ia his in tention to brine the matter baton tbe consular board In afew Toe only manofwar at Apia now U Eleroy secretary ot the Pun American talked nf the work of that body and its possible results be fore a large audience In the amphitheater this Its immediate forerun he was the conference called at Panama in 182I by Simon and he contrasted the two At the last there were present the repre sentatives of eighteen countries and of The signing ot the treaty of arbitration he considered a great moral the forcejof which has been felt around the A de scription of the scene in the congress when the arbitration resolutions were adopted baa never before been In the multitude of eayi who was an eye am the rivalry of the sublime pur pose of the conference wan very There were turmoil and confusion Angry words were exchanged and chargt mode of jealousy and Mr Blalne sat in the restless and im Although the presiding officer he was not a and Had no rigb to the whispered t who suggested to the con ference and the confuaslon was large due to improper translations and that short recess should be taken te come This was Blain left the chair and called th angry disputants into an adjolnin He bis aglow wit He Bent the vicepresiden to the and taking tbe Uoor by unan ImouB Bald in a ringing triumph ant voice I am very happy to announce that any vital differ ence upon any question connected with tha scheme of which an hour ago might have been feared I entirely The resolutions have been simply changed from being in per petuo to run s even dates with the treaty of so that they stand and fall They were born to gether and they will die But we ehftll hope that the lives of both will be The Ilrst applause that had beeu Heard during the entire session of the confer ence interrupted the Then Blain e read the articles In and they were translated one by one by the delegate from Then came the aid it was unani the delegates from Chili having OF COURSE ho Railroads Can Do Just Ao Thoy Please In the v hey Io Sot Want to Adopt the lovrt Schedule of Local Dis tance the Btate Board of Kalltray Com Will Probably Apoloflia for llavlnff Kvtm the Conference atTopeka teater ilay Cnmri to Maught An Which li no Bxoiue at KANSAS Kansas commissioners held another con eience at Topeka to with represen stives of the Kansas railways to deter mine upon a basis lor the reduction of ocal grain and merchandise Tbe offered to reduce the rates to he level of Nebraska rates excepting In uch Instances where the Kansas rate he lower The commissioners pro osed that the railroads should adapt ie Iowa The railroads com ated this proposition on the ground hat the small amount of business done n Kansas compared with that done in own would not justify tne establishment f tbe Iowa After considerable dis uesion the meeting the com nlrtees reserving their It tobahle that they will order merchan ise rates reduced to the Nebraska ohedulennd that the grain rates will be llowei to remain where they after ocal discrepancy in charges shall have een properly The reads romised to make a speedy adjuetmeut f these Chicago Will Proteat order of the nterstste commerce commission reduc ng rate on food products from the Mia ourl river anil points is about as unsat sfactory to the grain merchants of Chi ago as it is to the The order makes tho through rate on wheat and lour from the Missouri rlyer to the sea oard one cent per 100 pounds lower by way of Louis than by way of Chicago will naturally have tho effect of Averting the 10 the Louis A protest will be made by the jhlcago board of withdi Next to arbitration Cunts regards the proposition ot the con gress for the construction of an interna tional and its adaption of a re port urging tho government concerned to unite in defraying tbe expense of a aart the most notable result It is a scheme of enormous he but not BO formid able in this age as was the construction of the Brie or the Chesapeake and Ohio DKlCKNDINCi THK SucceHHor to Koliort Gullaway Not Tot NKW successor to lobert who has resigned he presidency of the Third National ank after a brief has not been The control of the bank could be obtained probably without diffi and an aspirant for banking honors who happens nave m can secure a The bank is not going into although rumors to tbat effect have beon circu Henry cashier of the said Tbe story in the Timet about the Third National bank is one of the gross est pieces of falsification In tbe history of newspaper attempts at bank Let me BB to tae general state ot af that the bank U perfectly that more than two thirds of its assets aro in cash or quick and that the bank prepared for any thing tbat la likely to As to a on tne the danger from such a source is We had this morning a credit of at the clearing Had tbe account showed a debit we could have covered it without as we have just about that amount on nand In gold and other valuable The story which tbe Times publishes has for its foundation a few well known which we have long seen without special although we knew that some robatly the which always leads n the manufacture of bogus financial would be sure to take them up nd make them the basis of a super truoture of Gallaway said must emphatically esterday that there waa no truth in tbe tory that the bank contemplated going Uo He was vnratby over le statement that the Domestic Hewing tachine company had given them a sec nd mortgage on itn property to secure n advance of Ue said hat they did not want such mortgage that the bank had a eserve fund of and that tbe urnlnes for he last eix months bad been t tbe rate of 8 per per He xpeced it to earn more during the com ng six and that nothing ould binder the bank from doing it xx ept reckless The tatement that tbe bank had nearly 00 ont in had loans was also denounced B utterly of the or the United overland railways States at tbe time the were The engineering difficulties ore not to great an those over come by tbe Denver and Kio Grande company in and the arguments in support of the enterprise are more forcible than by Thomas Benton in the United senate in be half of the transcontinental project in Hlnton Bowen Helper tbe credit of having Brit suggested acd advocated an intercontinental In 1879 he offered prizes In Louli for the best essay on the Fortynine essays and although tbe paper in which they were published has never had wide it was at its suggestion that tbe railway scheme was included by the state department among the topics to be discussed by our South American commission of Its discussion by tne recent conlerence followed as a mat ter of and whoever ocu on it bniltla the road will hold tbe key to the treasures stored In the heart of the heart nf the South American which have food foit three centuries o Burned to xploded in the office of tbe Denver brick and chemical supply house alt The entire front of the mllding waa blown out and men poes ng in front at the time were hurled across the street and badly The building took Instantly and when partly extinguiibed a body burned tn a crlap aod aupponed to be that of the ireaident ot the VBB taken out of the It IB thought hat theiQiB another Btill in the The body taken from the DOB been Identified that of Boaworth and no others were killed aever al had narrow escapes from being in the Boewoita wotk ng in the center of the room making a lieh light and tbe explosion of the chem icals be was uilug must have in stant death as me arm was blown off and tbe skull horrible Lou of building and Attempt to Ueeeru KtlUtU tttUori attempted to uetett ilJra their ship this stealing the vessels boat while fxsuraionlstB A crew rent in pursuit abot cut anothers finger with a outlaw and captured all but three as they were landing at the torpedo   

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