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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 12, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Best Advertising Medium Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best The Largest 7 THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas KANSASrriJESDAY AUGUST THEIR POLICY Democrats No Longer Reticent i About Their i They Will Throw Every Possible Btacle In the Way of Tariff Tactlci Which trill Prob ably Render the Bute Limiting Debate Meeeiaarv senators Plumb anA Padtlook Vote With the Demo on an to Reduce the Doty on Haling in tha Washington routine business the tariff bill waa taken the pending question being on Plumbs amendment ottered Saturday to para graph page to reduce to addi i tlonal duty on iron or steel hoops cut to lengths for purposes from cents Co cent per The amendment i WBB nays Three Paddock and in the McPherson moved to amend the paragraph by making the duty on lion or Bteel hoops 50 par advalojem in stead of cents per Sherman spoke of the little pro gress that wad being made with the bill He did not wish to nee any change in the rules ot the sonata if it could be but there was a duty imposed upon tbe It was responsible for the de it did not cause the M Vast gave notice that every item in theUll would be if unless it was prevented by applied in some senators tntt i go through the bill just as it there no legislation behind it or Dufore It had to be and it would be analyzed before the debate was The discuaslon having turned on the depreciation of farming a state ment was read by Vest as to such depreciation in some of tho best farming ing countries in and Cameron remarked that while tae state ment was correct tbe tariff was in his the cause of Its cause was the deinonitmtion of silver in since that set tbe price of land and crease in ten years of or 7 per Superintendent Porter expects that the work of counting the population of the country will be completed before the end of the present month and con if it BO can proceed to pass an apportionment bill And so determine how many members shall constitute the next The populntinn of the country is estimated at THB A Deiporate Kflbrt to Save the Him Oon Tlotod of tbe Crow desperate effort is being made to get new trial for the six men who were convicted a short time ago at of the murder of Sheriff OronB and his party in NoMans Their names are Cyrus John Jaoknonand They are all sentenced to be hanged on Dec and are now in jail at They have engaged George Peck and RoBBington of this city to ap pear before the United States supreme court and ask for a new The six men were prominent citizens of the town of and until they became in volved in tbe county seat war in Steveae county were respectable and lawabiding one of the men sentenced to be was the Democratic candidate for state senator against Kelly four years He was postmaster a Hugoton and was editor ot the His another of the condomed men is a hardware merchant U Chamberlain wae one ot the commissioners of Seward and John a highly respected The conviction of these men was a very great eurprine to many who were familiar with the NoHuns Lund Eugene exUnited States attor who has been interested in the caee since the day of the said today that at least three of the men who are condemned to be hanged are entirely in and he thought that the men who were really guilty of the crime had not been It it understood that Judge Senator Kelly and many other prominent men are working in their The Cooks were active Knights of and it is understood that this order will intercede for Peck and Rotsington will go before the United States supreme court in October nation of Hallowell as his sue and he believed that the candi date will roll up the usual old time Re Congressman Peters aid that at no time since he gave it out ast fall did he entertain the thought of running for congress It is not the ntention of Congressman Paters t re urn to Washington again this Upon jesumlng his residence at Newton he expects to enter the practice of JOHN The Poet TaVea Ovordoae of for NANTASKKT John Boyle Ollellly died very suddenly at his summer home st 5 oclock this The cause of his death is sup posed to have been accidental The particulars as far as known by the am as follows Ollellly has been suffering for several days from During the past week he has slept but Last night his wife was and at 12 oclock he called Litchfield of this town to attend Lltcbfleld went to the house and prescribed for leaving a bottle of About 2 oclock OKetlly again called the doctor and said that part of the medicine left for OHeilly had been The doctor then gave him a single dose to take to As he left the doctor OReilly said that he felt extremely tired and if ORoilly went to sleep he would take a Httto medicine himself to see if he could not get a little At 4 oclock OReilly awoke and found that her husband waa She went down stairs and found him lying on the Moor in an unconcious The doctor was immediately Upon arriving he found the respiration very and OReilly expired shortly A bottle was contain ing the medicine used by from which she had taken but but which was nearly It is supposed that OReilly took a dose of it by This would not have produced and it is thought that he must have also taken a dose of chloral to pro duce sleep and that he took an OReilly and her four daughters are nearly prostrated with The body was removed to Charleston this OReilly was 40 years old on the 38th of last BOYS IN Ve Gathering at Botton For the A dram Karri Welcome Awaits President the Balttuore Steams Boston The thnilMt li llEnlnary Reid Teitei Four Stop En Boa of Pap Bout Lined With Bn hint Pre ig of the Xrieampment Wuttkn Veteran DcaoraM the Graro tlmore flying bearing President Rusk and Noble the Btl and Secretaries Secretary BoBWlUrtior after noon she was metbythi the boats Petrel and Yorkto veaaels of tie gun the despatch boat the buvlus and the torpedo bi save the Keaisage and OushlV flriijr The revenue cutter Gills ernor Collector B and McKee on board her Mayor H members of the city gov went down the harbor to uhief while other ladies were on boar President Harrison Ian Ve all amid the thunder Hewes1 wharf and waseeet to to the h tel Vendom by the First bi 1 on of cav of farm products had tiiuce the passage ot the silver bill prices had risen some 20 per Toller Bald that as to the question of baste in passing the he was not disputed to its opponents a fair and free finally the vote was reached on Mdlisrsons amendment and it was re jected without a There was no other amendment offered to paragraph Paragraph 185 as to railway bare was at the sugKaadoa of McPhereon al lowed to pass over for the No amendment was made to paragraph as to tinned plate hav ing iitea Vtss said the parn gibph was a naked attempt by Iittstmrg manufacturers to create another monopoly in their own interest lite consumers of the United prepared to make powerful argument in behalf of the six The cage la bound to attract a great deal of atten TBEOBIOKAHAW No Trouble ntlclputed nt tbe Poll Kelt ernor of the Chickasaw The party is about Tualr idea wag to keep out tin plate and to force the people to use the galvanized annul iron plates made in He moved to reduce the rate of cents per pound to one the tbe present favored the proposed in crease ot duty on tin plate and Wilson of and Morgan op posed Kilmunds asked leave to offer an order to on printed and to go The order was it is to tae efface that during the consideration of the tariff bill so senator shall speak more than once and not longer than live minutes or in re sptct of or on any item or any one amend ment without leave ot the such leave to be granted or denied without de bate and without aay other motion or except such as relates to pro curing a Until the bill shall have gone turough with to the point ot its third reading no general motion in rela tion 10 other than to take it up is to be in All appeals are to be deter at once and without Final Edmunds withdrew his viog that he would present it again to A conference was ordered on the In an appropriation and Plumb and Call were appointed Bferrees on the part et the the committee on reported with amend mts the house bill for additional cler 1 force in the pension and Rave tee that he would some time tomorrow the senate to consider THE Fifty Chick asaw with grub wagon and camping left this place today bound for the county seat of Pontoutee sixty miles where they intend to cant their votes next Wednesday for Sam the Progressive candidate for gov equally divided between citizens by blood and adoption who represent the better element of this and they are to a man The report sent out that the usurping Governor will have Ilia militia stationed at the polls to prevent carries no terror to the minds of these who are conscious of their rights in this The idea of there being any trouble is not entertained by the for if the judges of election appointed by this administration refuse to let the socalled franchUed citizens vote they will and every Progressive cast his vote at polls of their and should it appear upon the face of the returns that Paul ia the choice of a majority ot the people far he will firmly but legally press his claims for the place and none doubt the final for Paul is a man of treat and there is no danger of a repetition of tbe backdown two years Paul Is also very popular among people of hie own and it is believed that he can be elected by their votes A great change has come over the peo ple in the last few and they be gin to realize that they must throw off their old customs and adopt laws more in unison with tbe or be forever The Indian agent has also or dered hie police to be on hand at the sug gestion of Byrd and his but there will be little tor them to WASHING IT Doniphnn Being Wiuhed Away by tho SXlMourt dispatch from Donlphan just across the Missouri river from this is much alarmed by the action of the which threatens to reduce thousands of acres of valuable laud to a broad expanse of For the last six months tbe river has been cutting away oc the Kansas eide at an alarming The river has cut for a distance of fiOO feet in lesa than six and if prompt measures are not taken Wathena and El wood will be swept away and Joseph be left high and dry while the million dollar bridge will span it high and A delegation will start to Washington with a petition to secure help and relief early in the coming The Veterauf Ht Thousands of veterans arrived this morning and afternoon to attend the annual encamp At 10 the meeting of the notional council of administration waa held at tbe The proceedings of the council are secret At this mornings session Alger Tbe resig nation of member from WOB received and and John Lomard was elected In his The council then adjourned to meet on the platform of the convention hall at 9 Butler called on Alger this The sidewalks along tho Ita if which wag nearly two n ill n were packed with entni u b multi tudes who greeted the pnlpnt with handclapping and The president rode witl Governor Breokett in a carriage drawn bur dark He carried his hat hand and bowed right and left at t greetings of the Behind rode Secretaries Ku No and in the third carriagwere vate Secretary Halford and nabers of the governors President Harrison occupi the state suite at the and t deception room baa been put in regal flt are the guests of the wife of Cogs well of Alter at Alger re ceived a warm welcome at Salem this afternoon at the hands of Phil Sheri dan the board of trade and the cit izens The city was gaily dec At the city hall the guests were presented to Mayor Rintoule and both branches of the city The mayor welcomed Alger and staff anc the Vermont Alger re sponded The party was taken around the city and took the train for With Alger and party on the train from Boston were Mrs Senator Stock Miss Alger and Miss They wero accompanied by Ooggs on arriving in took the ladies Kaneai City Veta at No of this today enter talned company Third regiment Mis sourl National Guards of Kansas City The buildings on the principal streets of tbe city were handsomely decorated for the The visitors were taken on carriage drive this morning and on their return were given a reception and collation by the Worcester Continentals A grand parade waa held this afternoon and included loial Grand Army militia and Sons of After the parade there was a The com pany left for Boston this Decorated Pap Thomaa out Thomas of Chicago with more tban men in the party arrived at noon to A service was held by the post at George Thomas grave in Oak After a few speeches awi decoration of the the party left for Iftnty cars carrying Kansas and Ne brste veterans and friends arrived here At the Veadome a battbli of the First corps ot cadete was dfn up in and the reaiderL party alighted quickly on the to the state entrance to the The cadets tlvarious approaches to the pjifliclmfl apart ments and reception A few minutes betnjlowed for conversation the the state dining blea were arranged At the table presided as the state at his right with Beer Boated at this New and T Hale of Massochuse ifors ap tw gthwiB amor the notable persons whoBipied se other tables were the United States full uniform and sti The company sat j 7 oclock and it id ernor Bracket annj were Thil speech that was moj the entire making being one which Han of a state banqu governor the presi Sis party were dl where they ached ng f the ackett ident Proci on his were oreta iraor A of Eenant ernor mong more at the j Thehousepro he consideration of the con mco report OB the sundry civil appro evem After a brief duc iafliioh Oocksry of pre fgfl a deficiency ot between Orld In the revenues of tbe the current fiscal The conference report waa agreed I a further conference ordered upon still in The then accorded to the committee n District of Columbia and the bill rnus the Atkinson Conferring privileges on the Baltimore and 5rocd company was taken up action upon the house ad tie r or Kuuti Court The charges in the vases of Eighth and J have been submitted by onelilto the secretary of war for bin Assistant J Postmaster Qanerai Olarkson to day ten dered to president his resignation to take effect nThe papula as announced ceniusbureau today hy Mine place ia 1880 contained a pop ulation ol ThUia therefor The Ohlokuaw elec for governor of the Cbickasnw na tion will take place The contest will be one of much and trouble is anticipated by Tbe full bloods Btill maintain their intention of preventing the squaw men from vot ing and the latter have not wavered in their determination to vote at all The Chickasaw despite its im mense is divided into but four and each county has but one voting These four voting places are from five to ten miles of the Uanta Fa and Information will be ob tained by delay and in Purcell who are entitled to vote laia left for a hundred miles eait of which is the voting place of Ponto look A KANSAS Field appointed William Teasdale re ceiver for the Kansas City Mutual Acci dent The appointment waft made on the application of superintendent of the insurance depart ment of the state of Superin tendent K Her he sayg the insurance com panys liabilities its assets and that it ia insolvent and cannot longer do business without danger to iU policy holders and to the public at The companys liabilities amount to over while its assetsdo not equal half of chat stanj Oauaea for Bejolelng at original package house closed its doors Saturday and shipped its liquors back to Kansas City over which there is great re joicing among the good people of this Gentle showers fell yesterday and to but more is needed to put the ground in fit condition for fall The corn crop is not injured as bad as at lirst and broom corn is doing That already pulled is To HU Laat Beating JUNCTION remains of Herbert who died at Hutchlnson were received here today and will be buried to mor Heavy rains fell throughot Geary coun ty last fral Gbc jdi of and his ipS in shortlj Before ast 8 that cirjagea the only ndible ring the entire jence of sieech conditionnpon upted the ender isoorted the and memtira ot to the Jarker ed a wuoio bucj ik given Enslent of to Lafayette post of When tbe presi ball Charles him and he waa Rising slow said I do not cot fortunate circumst sionally appeare able to be here comrades of tl the Republic Great association great and altogether w until the lost of fallen into an my purpose to extended whether walking in the private pun a place of official The original package houses closed up to KANSAS Congress man Samuel Peters of the big Seventh district of wot at the Union depot this morning on his way home to Newton from Ha ezpreued him self ail being well satufled with the nom A Cleueral Wetting KANSAS from all over Kansas indicate that the state duriig Sunday and to day has had the best wetting down it has had during all the At some points rain has fallen continuously for three while at others it has fallen one aud two The rain is expected to bene fit late corn and fall Tralna Buuulng NBW officials of the New York Central and Hudson Hiver Railway company announce the fact that there is now no Interruption to passen ger tram on tbe lines of tho New York all through passenger trains be ing run on regular schedule Tbe Drouth long drouth in this locality was broken this morning by a three hours heavy down pour ol eithc wort never in that was in our ing and glorious I turned strife in which y you permit me to life full of you for from your folds t amid tbe abock c I believe day ID tbis coun the HasJ Appl The great Nebraska train c ing Deputy Con may preser the flag Governor Waning Dftngeronjly Warring is lying daagerouily nick with congestion of His recovery is WMther Forecast till 8 ForKfttMu touthtrly itered the dnlng aylor presmted with anovi sident Hanlson least of tibse whlch have ooba y that I im to address rand Army faf the United It is an ts achievement t representation itttions havj It is net dress you in aa to say thai many of or holding I can rt everything preservation ling that is glow future which we le issue of that Will or each of you a i and that each of limmed tbe love h called you under Its and amid dying B indications to revived love for he day was the i bring Clarkson in the stata Tbe veterans seejjbreathe easier as they emerged cramped quar so andBxpression been standing most of fc was heard on all Interest centers eran surrounded a survivor Llbb current among t veterans from obliged to turn of accomtnodaU The was received this afternoon BAS A a ttee Chairman Bxecutlv will airlw Tneadi 5 about 0 the vlcepreeldeut men with tbe rived at thinvmaged vet rrBtulating corn h and The report was gation that i districts Chicago for Isok man Mnir with of the 250 glment band ar her two daught Jot and daughter arning State first state convention of the Democrats and Republicans was held in this city In tbe Democratic convention Baxter of was nominated by for The rest of he ticket consists of John Sharpen of 3rook secretary ol state Hillor of Carbon treasurer Campbell of Albany auditor Juinn of Vinita superin tendent of public instruction Clarke of for congress BamueJ Corn or Bran and Elliott of Johnsou county for district Judges of the supreme The Republican ticket Is headed by Warren of the present gov ernor of tarritoiy Otto Onnm at treasurer Burdlck of Carbon auditor Barder of Converse secretary of state the Farwell of Johuson superintendent of nubile instruction Clarence Olarkof coagress man Willis Vandervanter of LMnmie present chief justice Ooosbeck of Albany and A Conoway of for justices supreme Colored con vention of colored Republicans of Kan sag met here Nearly 401 dele gates were present from all parts of the The object was to unite upon a colored man and press his claims for state auditor before the Republican state convention at 3 Moore of Wichita was elected temporary chairman and Bruce of Leaven permanent The usual committees were Resolutions adopted severely condemning the plan of emigrating the negroes to alto demanding representation on tbe state The John Walter of Kansas was the unanimous choice of the convention for auditor and he was nominated by A commit tee of fifty was appointed to work for htm at the state Speech making by John Walter and a number of others was indulged in and the con vention adjourned in the best of Freight ROCHESTER terri ble freight collision occurred this morn ing near fishers station on the Auburn between a light train going east on regular time and a heavy freight running west on wildcat tjnW Engineer Dar cay and fireman Llghthut ot the east bound train were burled under nearly a hundred tons of Fred Harrison was also The two engines and fifteen freight cars were ground to fragments SHOT LIKE Cltbsena of Bid PUoe of Two Obnoxluua Uhuractera people of Temple were greatly excited this morn ing by the record of last nights Three shooting scrapes two of them of minor in which a gambler was slightly wounded and a boy accidently but the third a case of horror and ghsstliness such as is seldom Tbe victims were Pick B local and Cora a courtesan of state The causes leading to this double killing and the circumstances are substantially u follows Pick Wiseman was once the handsomest man in Bell county and one of the most His wonderful physical development ana loose ways of lite him a prey to the designing woman the keeper of a notorious dive in this Urn rec ord previous to coming to Temple is that of a bad and several vicums of tun ambush shots are tbis day The last min he killed was Bob dep uty marshal of He killed him without shooting him in cola blood one night at the door of restau rant did thU ilOD ot the woman whom in hie capacity as an had threatened to arrest for not paying a fine tbe mayors court had assessed against For this Wiseman was but admitted to after which be returned to tie had been here but a short time when he again showed his nature by attempt ing to shoot a firing at him from under a His bondsmen surrendered him ana bis trial for killing of Hawkes took place in Beltou last Although every witness Wiseman presented was yet to the sur prise and indignation of all the the prisoner was declared not Feeling against Wiseman was very high in and many of the best citizens here considered that if Wiseman re turned there would be more Such was the feeling that it was talked openly that if Wisman put in an appear ance he would be shot down like a and that there would be no bills against the one doing the Events transpired as had been Wisecian returned and for a week kept close at the dive of the Last night the two procured a buggy and went to This morn just at tie edge ot the buggy wastound with the horse tied to the fence in a narrow lane with Wiseman and Cora McMahan in it stone Wise mans body was leaning forward across the womans lap with charges of buck shot in the breast and The womans corpse embraced the body of her and her powderburned face was rendered more nbastly by tbe horrible appearance of the top of her which was literallv torn in Tho all but a little was raised off the The bodies were brought into town and an inquest Nothing could be learned regarding who did the Now that both are dead Temple breathes easier that two of tbe most dangerous characters in the country had been The people took justice Into their own and Biib Hawkes and a longline of Wisemans victims are DKOLIMBD TO ANSWKR of Little ChalleuRcit by of LITTLE Several days ago a local newspaper published onsiders correspondence of a decided personal nature between Judge John a leading attorney and owner of the Little Rock dummy and president of the First National bank and president of the Capital Street Railway which had iu origin in a local railroad deal that was then pending between Jonea aud T Allis accused Judge Jones of being a perverter of the truth and a Judge Jones came back at him with a batch of letters that had passed set we en them on the subject and also a letter from Capt a capitalist of corroborating his Jones side of tbe Allis then dis tributed a dodger throughout the city JUdge Jones in which this language was used Bo far as Coffee is I admit that it is in keeping with his con duct They Jones and fee belong tagether by Ine matter was but today it assumed a different iiast night there arrived trom Memphis a well known attorney of that Percy by He came in the interest of What transpired between he aad Allis can best be told in his own language Says he I called on Aills at the First Na tional bank and was introduced to him by my John who was present at the conversation between I referred Allls to his letter to Judge and his poster called his attention to the public insult he bad put on Coffee stated that these publi cations had been brought to the notice of but owing to sickness and imperative business engage ments he had been unable earlier to give them tbe attention they deserted thttt acting as his representative I now demand A retraction in as public a manner as tbe insult had been given of the language reBectlc en Allis stated that he declined to make an apology and was proceeding to say that he bad certain letters from Coffee in which Coffee had tried to black mail 1 stopped him before he Un intied his sentence and told him it was not necessary for him to state nor tot me to know the reason why he refused to I then stated to him that I was authorized to deliver to him a com munication frnm Capt Coffee and handed him this letter LlttlB Ton1 ttlng tbe matters ot difference between I uk that you ax a lirno and pltce where we can anally end will tw hundeil you by my who will itt for me In taHBlng Allis read the comniunicatloa and stated that be declined to answer This closed our And thus the matter Wawr Spout la A special says The bursting ot a water spout ia the mountains above town ost night caused the water in the river to rise to ft fearful height in a few min Thecablu of King and which was built on tbe banks of the river near was caught by the flood and both were The railroad track was washed away aad no trains will be able to run for three Boulders weighing two tons were washed down the side of the Near Loveland yesterday evening a hail storm ruined the entire wheat and corn The territory was ten miles long and two Denver was visited this afternoon by b ievere rain storm accompanied by fear ful lightning during which several peo ple were rendered none fatal y s at Slawoa thou wnd persons attended tbe mass meeting laid here to rejoice over tbe fall of Pres dent Mellner was cheered as the future candidate for the presi Orispl bos ordered a list to be made of all religious houses in Rome with the view of confis cating that are liable to suppres sion under the ITS BACKBONE The Great New York Central Strike Said to be Trains Again Hinnlng on Schedule Time Without Apparent Incon venience to the Tne Striken go Tkcmeelvee In a Moot Mao nor Kven la the jrMe or It Believed to Mo Oeculan Whatever Par the Mrrlcei at tftti Nsw 11 Whatever way one might look at tho all through the night and early morning it looked as if the strike on the New York Central railroad was slowly but surely petering nevertheless parties to the blockade of passenger and freight traffic so far aa words went at all as stubborn as The Buffalo or newspaper moved out directly on time at in and before 1 oclock two trains had been sent out over the Harlem Boon after the announcement was made that all trains would be run with the of certain both north and south The Chicago rlue at this morning here nt this it also contained the Chicago mails that wero due to arrive Sunday Train Ufrom Cbinago due at and which contains western rnaila and those of TransAtlantic con nections has not reached here up to All other mails came in but all were During this afternoon and ovnnlng the Jrand Central depot as quiet aa though no strike bad occurred Trains were constantly arriving and leaving ia the usual manner and the entire busi ness of the depot has resumed its normal VicePresident Webb said at 9 oclock in the evening and at midnight Che uation the same that the so far as the New Central wan was at an The entire passenger and freight service will be resumed tomor row morning and all trains will leave on schedule The freight yards will be open for tho reception of western At 4 oclock m today a special fast train composed of twenty cars left the Hudson street depot with a squad of police on the Tram known as the west fast which left the Grand Central depot at this morning was the flrnt train to get to Buf falo over the New York Central This was the first train to raise the block Hill to tlie Regime of the The yard is cleared of strikers and the Pinkertoa men have was the message that came over the wire from Bast Syra cuse this The secret of the the whole matter was that Hill felt compelled to take gome action In refer ence to the At noon the governor id alleged to have Inquired what the civil officers had On receiving a reply it is asserted that the governor called about him half a dozen leaders of the Knights of Labor and told them In very plain terms that the embargo must be lifted or he would tertalnly order the militia out at This brought mat ters to a crisis and the remit at Syracuse ia supposed to have been brought about by Hlrloc Kcabe In Representatives ot the New York Central railroad are in thin city hiring man to take the places of the striking Bwtlohinen and A gang of flf ty was forwarded to Buffalo on Saturday night and another lot was sent this They are all promised per month si switchmen and f 6S for an advance ot and 10 respectively over the wages rul ing for those clauses of men on that The Plnkerton agency has also received an order for a large number of men to act as guards at various points along the of the Ttoopi Not when aiked regarding the mova mtiul ol strike In connection with the strike on the New York Central said Up to thte hour there has not been B dollars worth of property de stroyed or a single act of violence com Aa s whole the strikers are be having admirably and are In good The company baa now peaceably resumed possession of itn property and its trains are running through without Itis doubtful whether trojps will be now Bit Husband With no Mollie Tucker hit her husband on the head with an axa here this morning infiictiag a severe wound that will probably prove Tucker la a delicate woman of 80 years of Bhe probably suffering from momentary as mere Is no known reason for the The case will be examined Klnctluca to Fill governor dteele has issued his proclamation call Ing an election on in order to fill vacancies occasioned h the deaths of the Millnn Reynolds and The impreieion is that the irov ernor will call the legislature toother at the time first agreed upon Lincoln Arrange ments were today perfected whereby Lincoln secures a membership in the Western Baae Ball taking the team and franchise of DBS The home club begins a series of three games with Cardinal Newman Newman Is The cardinal became ill on Sat when ho had s severe He passed into oomaton condition Sunday and remained unconscious tilt he VTlnuan at i Af   

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