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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 9, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Advertising Medium Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best HUTCHINSON The Largest 7 THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas SATURDAY AUGUST Yesterdays Proceedings In Both Branches of Thn Senate Proceeds With the Con sideration of a Number of Conference A Further Conference Ordered un the Irrigation Itemc of the Sundry Appro priation and the hemalndxr of the Keport Concurred General Deficiency Bill Panied by the Chaoseft he Armj i other j senate pro ceeded to the consideration of the con ferenca report on tha fortification Aftor discussion the conference report was agreed The conference report on the sundry civil appropriation bill was then taken up and the action of the con ference committee on the subject of the bridge and viaduct at Rock Island de clining to require the municipality to share tho expense and ownership was criticised and condemned by Ed who contrasted the liberality of the committee with its meanness and parsimony in refusing to the widow of a dead chief justice the balance of his Sherman expressed bis regret at the striking out of lha items for the fam iliea of deceased members and of the late Chief Justice He vote for a law general in its giving to the family of every officer of the government who died in tbe balance of bis pay during the calendar Plumb expressed his satisfaction that tbe item as to Waite had beau struck out of the because he did not think it should ever have been in hoped that the action ot the conference committee would be regarded as settling that whole matter until some general laws were passed on the subject atd then there would be no difficulty and embar The discussion then turned upon tbe items in relation to the irrigation sur vey and to public and it was car ried on at much Finally the conference repor agreed 29 A further conference was ordered on the irrigation which had been postponed and Hale and Gorman wore contorrees on the part of tbe Tne tariff bill was then taken but wont over without A joint resolution was passed to ac cept from tho national unciimpfflent ut the Army of the H a statue and pedestal of the late Ulytsod to be erected in the Tae Semite then THE house continue consideration of the general deficiency appropriation Vitux of moved to recommit tbu bill with instructions to the committee on appropriation to report it back with tbe clause appropriating for deficiencies in the fees and expenses ot the United States marshals of wished to broaden thu by eliminating the clause paying George Matthews for nu unexpired term as a delegate trom Dakota but the speaker recoguiZdU of to demand tne previous question on Vauxd Thes previous question was vena Vaults motion to reconsider waa yeas naj s Tuo bill was then Cannon of from the com mittee ou reported a resolution pro viding after me passage of thia res olution bhall be in order after the two hours debate to move that tha house non concur m all the senate amendments to the Indian appropriation and to ask a committee ot Kaloe of 1euuessee raised tho question of consideration in the he ol tua private In order to ooviuta Ealoes objec tion to tne Cannon stated in respoasa to a question by Me Comas ot that it the pur pose ot thu committee ou rules to report resolutions giving ample time to the con sideration ot me bills reported from lha comraitttia on agriculture and labor and to the coruiideraiion of private II Indian appropriation bill could ba disposed of unanimous consent would be tutted lo devote to morrow to private Enloe thought something more substantial than promises should oe and insisted on his question ot Caunou remarked that tba gentle man by his uctiou was delaying the con sideration of private The buuse 110 cunslder the report ot the com mittee on Rjgeru of having voted In the adJrinativo for that moved a Cannon raised the point that this wan a diliatory The speaker sustained tbe appeal from tbe de Tbe chair declines to entertain the Brecklnridge ol Kentucky moved to table the 67 Than Feel of Arkansas asked unan imous consent that the senate amend ments to the Indian appropriation bill be nonconcurred iu giving as his res son the factthat the Indian service was and that It Waa necessary that the appropriation bill ba passed at the earliestday Breckinridge Cannon then demtfndod tha pre vious question on the adoption of the This motion was agreed to IDocfcery of moved to reoomtult Tha adoptlon of the resolution no quorum and the bouse took a the evening session to be for the considera tion of privata pension hangen In the Arrauceincnt orCommacdi direction of the president tbe following changes in the arrangement of commands are or dered to take effect next General John Glbbln will relieve Major General Nelson in command of tba department of California and of the division ot the Pa consisting of the departments of Oalifornfa and the General Nelson Miles is assigned to tho command of the division of the comprising the departments of Dakota and the General Alexander McUook is assigned li the command of the department of with head qusrters at Hanta commanding generals of tbe departments of the Texas and Arizona will report directly to the headquarters of the much of tbe state of fouia as belongs to the department of Arizona is transferred to the department uf Tho state ot Illinois Is transferred from tho department of the Missouri to the division of thn Troops serving in that state will report directly to the division headquarters The district of New is The posts m that district will report di rectly to tha department CongrARHiiian Peters of tho Seventh Kansas dis trict will leave for his home in Newton As a member of the house committee of appropriations he bos been very busily occupied this and as the appropriation bills are now nearly ah finished and through both houses Judge Peters will not likely return this His successor in of has already been Judge Peters having declined to run lie will devote himself to the practice of law at his home in New but he will probably take an nctlve part in the campaign in the Seventh diu trlct this flrante Bemalui to be senate has passed Senator Plumbs concurrent reso lution providing for the with Grants the remains of Grant from York to Arlington sidet taking advantage of the low The Koch Island brought in the Kansas It department officers and 850 men and sent them to Chicago on a special train in four The other carried large numbers of veterans and excur The travel over the Wa bash and Santa Fe being particularly WAR ON THE The Mew York Central Begins the Dis charge of KnlgutA of NKW difficulty between the Knights of Labors and the New York Central lUHroad assumed a rather startling shape During the night of the executive board of Knights arrived in the city and this afternoon he made three diffeient attempts to have a conference with Third VicePresident Webb In re gard to a peaceful solution of the Webb refused to talk with him and motioned blm out of tbe Then Holland talked the matter over with and the latter went to see but this gentleman remained Then Holland asked Toucey for the reinstatement of the dis charged but got no Holland warned Toucey that he and Webb would be respotslble if any strike The district committee of the Knights will meet this afternoon and further con smer tbe president of the and are in ready to be called it their presence here is Tbe Jm pression is growing among tbe employes of the road tbat the war upon the Knights was decided upon some time ago and tbat Depew being opposed to it went to Europe so as to be absent whan the discharges A MONSTER Trainmen in the Employ of the Central Ordered Firemen Mil lirnkemen Desert Their Trains RK Soon OB the Orders are II1O ON A Town Company Fropoaoa to Uo Woudera In incorpo ration and organization of an immense town and improvement company with a capital stock of was succeea fully accomplished here today by filing the necessary papers with thu secretary of the The following are the o01cert Russell president lieutenant governor of Texas vicapretideut John Hifu of second dent Dabarry of secretary Kncwles of treasurer Sauudois and Congressman Burrows of B Henderson of Uorsey ot John Kite of Pennsyl Payne of New and other prominent capitalists are inter Russell president of the was asked by a reporter if he was not afraid tbe company would be bojcottod in its operations in growing out of tha agitation of such a policy in s ime of the southern Harrison replied that he did not have the slightest idea of such people of he are very enterprising and hospit and instead of repelling a large en terprise like which intends to do much to develop their state and secure deep water at Aransis I am satis fled the Texas people will do everything in their power to aid tha company and see that we secure fair Uur cnm pany represents Emelish and Scotch The new companys interest In Aransas PsBi is looked upon here as a great en couragement and impetus to deep water on the A Mile In PortyOne one of the new ten wheel passenger engines on the Big Four now running on the Louis on Monday ran a number of miles at a speed of a mile in fortysix and one it is was run in fortyone seconds the engine hauling six Engineers Bennett and both of whom are veterans in the service say that they have not yet dared to test the full speed of this class of but they are satisfied tha they will haul ten cars seventy milns an hour without su perintendent of motive power of the Bit had these engines built after his own and tho builders express the opinion that they are capable of a higher speed than any engines yet out in any of the locomotive works in this They have three pairs of driv ing wheels five feet and ten inches in di ameter and ill safely carry 180 pounils of steam 165 is thp pressure the engineers are now allowed to A Teat test hut declined to talk further than the same Miss Koss asked forlnilMTO V ROUND IIP to say that it would prova to be the twentyfour hourstime to decide which uu tiuuixtl All Truffle on that Road and a Number ef Other Involved nt a Htand DlBQharfte JTmployen who are KnlffhK of Asxgned a the Game of the ttxolteinent In Mew York Ordered Out to Guard the Property of the Com NEW rumblings of an expected storm among the thou sands of employes ofthe New York Cen ral and Vanderbilt owing to the discharge of Knights of Libor and Broth erhood broke out like a blast from a clear Shortly after 7 oclock to night all tbe length of the Central was tied Trains were left by the crews where they stood when tbe order Two passenger trains wore left at Eighty si ith street in the one going in each Tbe latest report is that the West Shore railroad is lied up throughout ita as well as the New York and New Haven Great throngs of people are crowded into the Grand On tral trying to have tickets changed and asking all manner of No ono seems to know how it or who ordered the the labor denied that he knew who ordered or even that it was or The superintendent of the railnsd called upon Acting Superintendent uf Police Byrnes for The in spector at once held a conference and it was decided to bold in reserve policemen in all the precincts on the East Bide be low Fortysecond All tne reserves on the East Side above street to Youkeraana ou the West Bide from Johns Purk to Yonkers were placed on auty guarding the tracks and property ol the railroad The depot at Fortysecond street was under the protection of the full force uf police from the Twentytnird suopre clnct and these were assisted by members of the boat Inspector detectives guarded the switches and signal RUttious along the rond tu these itrrungemeutsDad en made word reached police head uarteru coat bourn of thu strikers intttzjd to take possession of the 8witches at fty seventh street Fourth apector Byrnes at onco detailed two of H truatwortby detectives lowaichthat TUB decided to main at headquarters all VicePresideut Webb uf tlie New York on Being Interviewed by a ro bttld that The ssnke extended ouly West All meu who went out biggestntrike before it was over that the people In the east have seen for some At a late hour it was stated by some strikers at tbe depot that the Lake Shore road as far an Chicago was in the name condition as the Thin rumor conld not bn aa tha officials of the General declined to either deny or af firm tbe The West Shore road waa in a shaky condition but up to midnight a trike was Kvary effort was employed to suppress the news of the strike upon the Central from tbe Mo Trouble at an nouncements of the strike on the New York Central were shown at 10 to night to the train dispatcher of the Like Shore The Like Shore is a Van derblit but the dispatcher said there had been no intimation of any trouble whatever on the that he was aware The eastern trains had arrived all right and the tickets eist had been sold right Engineers in tbe employ of tho Nickel another Vnnderbilt wore questioned at about the same They were equally surprised at the news of the strike on the New York It was their first intimation of any The Nickel Plato engineers spoken to were of the opinion that the strike in the east would not effect the Yanderbilt lines in tbe On theNickel Plate engineers are under contract with the company and bound by the terms not to engage in a one of the suitors she would She then came to this and calling upon Deputy naked him to decide which in his would make the best She thought Schappert ought to be a eood judge of as he had given out of marriage Schappert snlri lie would reserve bis decision until to Oklahema death of memberelect for the legisla ture from Oklahoma necessitates the calling of an election for hla succes Governor Steele will issue the call within tbe next few The Reynolds at Ust ac counts was doing Pinguard and Hyatt are in constant attendance on the sufferer and both of these physicians agree that Reynolds will speedily re At a gathering and supper given to night at tha Santa Fe restaurant by some of the moat prominent Republicans in tbe territory tbe recently of was united on as their candi date for brought by the city under in struction of a prohibition of the Nebraska Slocum liquor terminated iu the county court last after two days A prominent wholesale liquor dealer was notified by thn not tosell liquor to an alleged habitual but the order was not bence the The re sult was an the jury finding that tbe party was an ordinary sober man although It was proven he got drunk oc The suit attracted wide spread attention and brought hither sa loon men from different parts of the But one other similar case is on record in the and it openly as serted that but for the pending prohlbl tlon movement the suit would never have been Tho result has con siderabty disconcerter1 the Prohibi The Indians Breathe Schmidt anc Joseph each aged about 16 years were found by the poice acting strangely the Union depot yesterday morn Supposing them to be runaways they were taken before Young Tha boys were armed with a cat revolver and dagger The admitted to ba runaways from Brooklyr and said that they were going Tickets for were found in their Schmidt ad mitted to the captain that he bad robbed a brother of before Both boys were looked up until tbe Brooklyn authorities can be The question Aicalnit the BATON a late hour last night the committee appointed by tbe antilottery league convention which assembled in this city to formulate an address to the people of the United Status and to memorialize congress to pass legislation keeping the lottery out of the submitted tm exhaustive re which was Tba address recites the history of the how it was passed by a carpet bag legislature in the year and bow it has ruined tbe state by alluring the wage earners Into ita Elected Without election to fill tbe vacancy in the bouta of commons for the east division of Oarmarth caused by tbe death of David took place Glad was returned without opposi Ilverybody to KANSAS eastward tested tha full capacity of tbe railroads thousands of be In good soaking the first In several began falling at 5 oclock this evening and con tinued till 10 Advices from th surrounding country indicate that tb storm was and gtate that though It came too late to improve tbe yield o corn and yet vegetables an fruits are considerably The New BUENOS Aug program ot the new cabinet has been presented t the chamber of It includes re spect for the a just adminis tratlon of the public funds and tha da veiopment of tbe national Morton special to th llepublic form say Congressman Norton was to day nom nated to succeed by the Demc cratic convention of the Seventh dlatric Kuiperor Williai bade tbe quean ibis evenin and departed for Heligoland amid chee and Named far Buiby was nominated for congress by tb Democrats of tha Fifteenth district ye Ileath of Debauner the is He was born Vienna The New York Central Tied Nsw TRIES TO A Henry Maitent to AlMlnct Capitalist Bainlltonit BAN FnANcrecoj factB re garding a determined attempt by Henry Martens to abduct the Hyear old daughter of Robert a cap have just been May is a pupil of the Denman Gram mar Martens became ac quainted with her not long and wanted to marry but Her family objected on account of her Then Martens determined upon an if an ab A month ago he engaged the tug a deposit of twenty telling Capt Hausen to hold bimaulf in readiness to go to sea and act as the parson in uniting two young persons for Han sen but Martens dlij not again visit as he could not get the consent of the girl tu marry Martens hired two men to assist him in obtaining possession of the She was first asked to sign a marriage con on representation that It wan a con tribution Co the Native Sans celebration but she An attempt was then made to abduct her by but Martens assistants weakened and ro omthe employ uf the he ould be promptly dUcliargJd iu the Those men who remained true the company would be well taken care The ruad would on all good who applied or work in the morn ng as far as they were needed to fill the laces of the deserters and they would be uaranteed against all harm us With great emphasis the vice presl ent announced tbat he would fight the nkers to the bitter He said that he new set of demands he had never len and knew nothing whatever about In effect these demands are for a inlmum days wages of station gents to receive an increase of five dol month men iu the yards at roy and Green Island shall receive tbe Brae compensation as at Suhnecktady nd East Albany all liremen on six fheel connected engines shall receive 4 cents per mile all engineers on same cents fourwheel engine engineers 3 ents pur firemen 2 cents per mile or all man over double Mr Webb announced that the fast mail ad pulled out of the depot at with our but no passengers were at acbed tu the train Toe vice president urther announced that no attempt would e made to run any trains Ev rjthing woula be left at a standstill ust where the men left There are no means to gnt to Albany or New England But the opening up uf the great avenues ot trade begin to It is announced that the vicepresident ill give out an official statement of the oads position in the present contra versy that the people of the country may judge who Is right and who is The strike was ordered on account of he discharge of certain Under be orders every train was abandoned no matter wbere it might train or Montreal was waiting the signal at ihe Grand Central depot when tbe en fireman and brakemsn left it ant walked out of the Efforts made o secure men to fill their places were without Men on other trains also left Travel was not only blocked on the Cen jral but also on tbe New York and Hew England and New York and Har em which use tbe tracks of the Central road as far as There s great excitement at tbe where great crowds of people are who expected to take trains out of the At a late hour Vice President Webb stated tbat in tbe yard at the Grand Cen tral depot at Fortysecond and Fifty sixth streets and at West there were about 850 men These men were all switchmen and there was no trouble with engineers or Webb statad tbat outside of local short distance trains there were 180 trains tbat ought to have left the station between 9 oclock and Only one of these went The fast mail train and that carried no Webb reiterated his statement tbat tbe company would surely have trains running in the of the executive board ot tbe Knights of wan seen a mo ment at the Grand Union hotel He expressed himself as firmly as did only his way ot putting it that the trans would not move for several At oclock Holland wan seen and said that be had not ordered Ibe but thought the head of tba local division Knights of Labor Borne strikers were interviewed on tbe trains have left the Grand Central depot since It is reported that tbe New NewHavanand Hartford and tbe West Shore roads are tied up as well as the New York Two paeieu ner trains ware deserted by their crews at Eightysixth A contusion exists about the It is rumored that a special train would be started out of tbe Grand Central depot shortly and that the strikers would side track Knlghta of Yorlt Central and Hudson railroad employes are indignant at the Knights of Labor committee at New The general executive board is ac the Delaven hotel and have notified the Central Hudson authorities thai they will receive any ex planation offered for the dismissal of the Knighta of Labor Kef uiied to uacolve NEW postofflce authorities received a telephone ineasago at from the Grand Central eayiog no more mails be received over the Now York Oantrul Trulue Kuanlng ou thu West EW expected tho Wisst Snoru roud clni not tuke place at for at thut hour the train lor Newburg left on ncbnUule faaled tbe tens has d plot to the girli It rlfl Mar It is believed the object of bis dime novel scheme was to obtain a portion of Capitalist Hamiltons Condition of Trade Throughout the United Favnrnblo Crop Prospects and Closer Money Markets Increase Uncertainty of Wero thelnflliina Abused In Europe NEW the assistant superintendent of Immigra thinks that the Wild West and the Carver now exhib iting in did not take proper care of some of the Indians who travelled with and returned to this country The general in a letter to Assistant Indian Commissioner Corn and Fhow Sharp Ad Owing to Unfavorable From thn Grain Prodaelnic 1 he General of Prloea for Commodltled a Shade Palluree For the NKW Dun Cbs weekly review of trade says law favorable crop closer money and further delay In action on the tariff in the barn In creased the uncertainty which retards In spite of a sharp advance in oil and the gen eral average of prices for commodities IB a shade lower than a week Tne present state of trade throughout the country appears satisfactory for the Best and reports are almost uniformly confident in Boston notes little present but belief in great activity iu the Wool is more freely Cotton goods move fairly and the suspension in print cloth works is having the desired Philadelphia notes no improvement in wool and scanty buying of cotton lower prices being Chicago reports smaller receipts than last year ot Hour and s heavy decrease in but a much larger movement of cattle and of hogi because of fear SB to the corn Wool receipts fall off a third and hides while sales of dry goods and clothing are larger than lint year with prompt collection Louis notes a strong trade in nearly all Kansas City a fair trade for the Omaha and Paul a good and Milwaukee The crop outlook is on the whole The speculative news gatherers are making the most of the damage to wheat that he o duty Impelled by a tense report rages upon the Sioux Indians out that have come to hie He Bays that three Indians who arrived here last in the Aller were barbarously Two bad pulmonary and the third sick with the It ap pears that the Indians were and that their keepers permitted their according to the OBeirne requests the commission er to visit the Barge or to send a representative to investigate the charges which Indians returning from tbe shows and Wheat has risen centa with sales of corn cents with sales of while hogs and cotton are un The business failures occurring throughout country during last eeven days number ns compared with ISO last For the correspond ing week of last year the Ogures were r Ihltd Attempt tu tob Ticket dialler troves SAX AugJ night John who bad twice robbed the Coranado ferry ticket seller at the point of a pistol during the past made anothei attempt and was fatally wounded by a Brady bad an accom plice this but the latter weakened and informed President Bibcock of the intended Three all armed with were accordingly sent to the terry At u late hour Cashier Marshal started with the money from the ticket to the general otllce ot the Brady ap peared bt the door with a mask on his face and a revolver in his The watchman aaw and before he could attack thu covered the robber with a shotgun and ordered him to throw up his Brady fired two shots ut tho watchman and the latter then emptied the shotgun into Bradys Brady died to Brady is an ex but has a respectable family in Wltrlee Attempted Jruiah a widow of South Wayne this while temporarily insane made a remarkablb1 serif s of at tempts at ou all of which happily First she swallowej a quantity of rat but the dose was so large that her system threw it although she suffered Intense pain from She then went up into the attic and attempted to bang her Fortunately the rope broae and she fell to tbe Some friends in tha house who bad beard the noise caused by her fall rushed up stairs and prevented her from repeating the at Shortly afterward she slipped away and got possession of a With this she cut threa deep gashes in her from the blood welled Medical aid waa called anil it is thought she will recover from all her MUOll MIXED me Wife Another ttlopei and a third Bunt Up a NEW Aug Kenna of Brooklyn was asked yesterday by Barber Henry of Liberty to cause the arrest of his The woman ran away from her husband several weeks aa with one Thomas who in turn deserted At mid night Sunday she presented herself at her husbands house and asked to be rein KuBBlner ordered her from the She remained in the neigh borhood and created a This is why her husband applied for a which issued wife of the man with whom Kuestner is said to have committed suicide some months She had been living as housekeep er for Jacob The mans wife wag so pleased at Bcaultia that she hoisted the American flag over her house on Miller The drop Iteport Morgan of the Merchants Exchange Is in receipt of a communication from Statistician Dodge of the department of informing him that the crop report will IIB issued at the usual 4 New York on the 10th of The department will then consider the two requests for a change to 1 oclock and midnight The boards of trade of New Chicago and waukee favor a change to 1 while those of Toledo and De A Vounff Wife ftlynterlouftl Oa the protty 19year old wife of Harry cook at Bwana has been missing from her home sinca and the most persistent in quiries failed to discover the slightest clew to her where Kiuly Sunday afternoon she left h telling her mother that she was going to visit a girl friend and then going to meet her husband and come home with When the husband came home he had not seen his wife he went in search of Ua discovered thut she bad called upon a friend on Lamed but had gone awaylrom The friend visited wag Minnie Stock and to her Oaborn when that she going to meet a gentleman on Jefleruon uelng pressed she gave thn name of the private watchman of a Jefferson avenue With that she left Miss promising to return in twenty She did not return and has not since been The husband callel last midnight upon tbe private said to tigure in the matter at his home in the northern part of the city and de manded to know the whereabouts of his Tbe watchman disclaimed even an acquaintance with It Is reiterated by the young womans mother and other friends that she bad often spoken ot the and upon one occasion came homo in a coupe and gave the watchmans name as her Osborn had an attractive home and a son 2 years The Secret same troit ask for a later the hour of midnight being Too Mauy Su san a pretty Austrian has two i lovers on band and she is unable to make a This afternoon she called upon Deputy Register Hchapper for About two months ago Michael a minestable sent to Austria to bring her to this The two bad been lovers in the old and Sider expected to marry the girl when she came Ho bought her many and presented her with a wedding trousseau valued at Shortly after her arrival here Miss Koss met another old admirer named Michael She concluded to mairy and Slder was The refused to be dis He went to the Registers ottlce this morning nod got a An hour later Both men then battened to the girls arriving at Arreited the Third 8 a notorious was recaptured to He was arrested about a year ago for violating the prohibition but escaped from the A few months ago he was re arrested but broke He went to and re turning yesterday to take his family back with him was nabbed by the ttv Tralni Hunnlug at strike In this section extends to the yard men and in some instances to brake No through trains have moved more than a mile out of Albany since Oholura SpreadingIn Bpalu spread of chol era in the south of has caused a panic among the A general exodus has begun to the north of and to secrecy m which Warden Duraton at tempted to envelope last days is evidently going to be preserved in re gard U tbe burial of the Tbe Interment on the state lot on Fitch avenue adjoining Fort Hill had been evidently determined upon for last even but the ofHaials discovered that re porters were watching the proceedings at tbe prison gate and abandoned prepara tions for the The sexton of the cem etery and tbe grava digger bod driven tothe northern gate to receive thn cotttnt but weresent away empty Drowned While Mollle Mo Trouble at to the present time there has been no trouble on the New York Central Orders have been given to receive no freight destined to points beyond The Strike loca assembly has instructions from New at 8 oclock ordering a com plete of the Knights of on the Kew York Central Tweuty QllnttTt Cin OK Gulvf Soccoro mines here have been wife of and Edith his 11 yearold Johnson and aged tt son of were drowned yesterday in Majys while The bodies were recovered and were brought to Balti more this Htrlko on the Central The Central Hudson road Is tied up from Buffalo to New All switchmen have de serted their Trains are allowed to proceed to the terminal of divisions and then snitch Is The strike be gan at 2 Offered Ulg John L Sullivan and Peter Jackson bdaa a 000 to tha winner and to thu losur f r finish Qgbt at tha carnival palace at Weather till 8 Kansas preceded by bowers In extreme flooded anil twenty miners hava been I portion generally northerly

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