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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 14, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Advertising Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best HUTCHINSON The Largest THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas THURSDAY AUGUST IN Providing for the Expenses of the Tlic Senate tlic Joint Resolu tion Extending tho Present Laws Till August Debate on the Tariff B1H With Special Discussion on the Tin Plate tlolnt Resolution for the Belief of Destitution In Proceedings In the Purchases of was laid before tbe senate today the resolu tion providing thatthe provieions of ex isting laws over tho expenses of the gov ernment bo extended to August Ilumb suggested sarcastically whether it would not be just ae well in stead of having appropriation bille pre pared and considered every peas a juint resolution extending the ap propriations Irom year to and he asked Alliaon whether the senate waa not HUely to come to that next Allison replied that no senator could doubt tho necessity or the exten sion of appropriations at this tiinpl The contest in the sundry civil bill wan one In which the senate took a deep interest the irrigation survey and the senate wus practically unanimous about owing to the fact that a bill htd not ranched the senate until within a few days of the ex piratioa of the last fiscal year It had nut passed tbe senate until nearly a month after the beginning of the present fiscal It was because of thesa delays tbat tho extensions had become necessary and what waa true of the aundry civil bill waa alao true of the Indian appropriation The Joint resolution waa The tariff bill was then taken the pending question being cm Vests amendment offered reducing the duly on tin plates from cents to two cents the existing rate and Gray concluded his argument against the pro posed increase and In support of the He pleftcled the cause of the owners of small canning factories in New Jersey and other and ashed that the increased taxation should not be taken out of their pockets for the benefit of a bloated formed to establish a manufactory not now existing and whers the work waa to be done by imported Englishmen and Tho bill waa temporarily laid aside and tbe conference report on tha Indian ap propriation bill waa presented and agreed The tariff bill having been again taken Mr Gorman addressed tbe senate in opposition to tbe proposed increase of duty on tin plate The tariff hill waa again laid aaide informally and a conference ordered on tbe senate bill In regard to o from the committee on ap reported a joint resolution for the relief of destitution in and said he would ask for action on it to The houee bill making appropriation for additional clerical force in the pension waa taken from tbe calendar and read for Various amendments reported by the committee on appropriations were agreed to and the bill was After an executive session tae senate OUB with regard to todays silver trans actions and refuse absolutely to Rive out any information with regutd to offers for tbe flule of silver bullion to tbe govern ment which have been received by the department today under the circular of August Purchase of directors of the mint this afternoon gave out the following statement In regard to the silver with the Thia IB all there ia to eay about London 51 If sterling exchange partly Pur chases for Ban Francisco aud New Orleans mints He declined absolutely to say anything in regard to the prices on the ground that he did not think It prudent to do It wna from another source that the purchases were st the rites eliRhtly in excess of thn London 51 yd and its New York equiva and the offers ugare gated nearly a million OlFera will aliio bo received Friday A Prohibitory HIair today reperted favorably Irom the com mittee on education aud labor a joint resolution introduced by proposing an amendment to the constitution to for ever prohibit in the United States tbe all a Htato aonventlou of the Peoples Party at Chairman of Uic Stale Central Committee Nominated For Motion to Hake Jadge Prfefer tho Nominee for United States Senator Lost Main Features of the Platform VaUforttla Republicans NamltxRto ft State reins South Carolina Democrats Other Conven The Peoples comprising the Farmers Citizens Knights of Labor and Union Labor met in conven tion Five hundred delsgaten from all puts of the state were chairman of the atate central called the convention to order and waa made temporary chair Committees were appointed and he committee on permanent organizs on reported aa follows For Elllt arion Varuiers and Laborers The nooond lesion of the Missouri and laborers Union opened at 8 oclock this The executive Committee re orted tbat the of Treasurer mith of Who defaulted or were ready to mike tho abort ge The remainder of the morn ng aeaaton waa taken up in passing a esolutlon introduced by eclaringthat there was nd truth in the eport that politics were diicusaad in the ecret sessions of tbe ordeii Bonth Carolina ratio ntate convention for pur oso of deciding whether hould be nominated by r the primary plan m liquors us The President at president and party returned to Washington this A 1roclanmtlon Pertaining Thereto Is sued by Governor Governor Humphrey today issued the following proclamation concerning labor It is believed to be the first document of its kind ever issued by a governor of a State of Executive Topeha trades and labor aesemby jask that the several etate departments be closed on labor day and that the National Qag be displayed on the state The ob jects of the state Federation of Libar la a closer relationship between all branches of organized labor in order that equality of right and privilege may ba obtained for wage workers to obtain an eighthour work better general conditions ot labor and other needed social reforms It 10 ban the whole dly an exaggeratioi le people of Kurum in to say that laboring men and Labor IB better paid and held in higher esteem in the United States than in any other and in no etate labor more honored than in It in our lot and wHl bo the lot of our Whatever can be done to better the condition of the laboring man will tend to the elevation ot our Upon reassembling tho reports of the committees were The report of the committee on resolutions was unanimously The resolutions reaffirm the principles of the Louia platform and demand thorier hours for laborers the equal distribution of lands for homes the pan Biige by congress ot a service pension bill the equalizing of paper money on gold values the payment of exprlaoners of war for the time spent in and a national arbitration The platform denounces the do tective system which all owe the employ ment of large forces ot armed men by corporations and and con demns the Blair An attempt was made to insert a clause la the platform endorsing prohibition but tbe clause was The nomination as candidates was be Wrlghtmir waa nominated foi chief justice of tho supreme John Willeta of Jefferson county for Shinn of Franklin fo lieutenent Secretary of Oaborn o Hooks State of But ler Attorney Ivos of Ster State Fanni McCormiok of Barton State Foster col ored of A motion to mako Judge Pffeferthe nominee for United Statea senator was officers e convention and wae called to ordtr by chairman of the stain Democratic xeciitive dgeflold was elected te Talbart of ty chair Beam of BdgKjleld and Duncan of wg elected sec Bolhftre whole Then following the proclamation THE Struble of Iowa unanimous consent for the consideration of a joint resolution author izing the unexpended balance of the money appropriated for the benefit of the Mississippi Hood to be used for the relief ot the destitute persons in Ok Belden of New York Brewer of Michigan presented the conference report on the fortification ap propriation and it waa agreed The speaker laid before the house tbe senate bill for tbe relief of Nat Mackay and the executors of Donald seek compensation for work done on the Springer of made the point of order I hat the bill must be con sidered in committee of the The apeaker overruled the point ot order and Springer On sustaining the decision of the chair the vote yeas nays A call of the house disclosed a bare leared when the dieappei i auBtaini which vote recurred on of the Tho boueethen Kansas ning the decision designating September laa labor day and recommending the Eutjial suspension of Funeral of John Boyle Ofinllly remains of John lioyle OReilly lay in state in Marys Charleston from yesterday until thia when the funeral took From one end to the other of the wide sanctuary were many artistic noral radiant with beautiful The services con slated of a solemn requiem at high pastor of the Church assisted by Richard chancellor of the arch dubDeacon pastor of Father Fulton president of the Boston college pro nounced tbe At the close of service the crowds outside were allowed to pass through tbe chuicb and view the Bight employes ot the Boston IHot then bore the comn to the bourse and the funeral one of the largeat ever seen in Boaton pro ceeded to Calvary cemetery where the laat offices of the dead were Beports Without special dispatches from thia city relating to the failure of Stephenaon are without foundation and do Stephen son great inj StephenBOn secured his creditors by mortgages on his large stock ot goods and upon all of hia land including a beautiful homestead and otber valuable city and farm lands in this and adjoining coun Be is Hot involved to exceed one half of his the latter being in the neighborhood of while hia lia bilities are stated at about if Hie assets consist o bis stock of which have been granted to Kansaus as follows I Bchuele Topeka Madison Henry Vetnon Ohenter OakVttlley Samuel OlayCen ter Almon Norton Samuel i Girard Richard i National Military Home Adam 8iuart John i Cicero Authony Abul J Parsons Columbus Isaac i Chase Alma i Bilas I Reissue and Ernporla John j widow Of Adolph Topeka minors of i Archibald R Topeka and I Pleasant ftidge minor of Jeeaie iannie former ol Jennie Dignltm Busan widow of Francis Lecoinp ludliui Appropriation 18The confer erees on the Indian appropriation bill came to an agreement Why This Mystery f some un explained reason the treasury officers are dUpowd very secrat and will undoubtedly invoice and improved city property including his residence and farm He is able to pay every dollar he owes and still have ample capital to carry on hia Ueoelver receiver was today appointed for the Guaranty Investment company of this city on the application of Henry Riley of New who says hia suit ie authorized by all the directors and a large majority of the of the He aaka tbat the affairs of the company be wound The application wae precip itated by the presence here of Cane Sear ot representing EaaUsn syn dicate which owns of the com panys upon which the inter est has been The company in the two years had loaned 000 on Kansas and Nebraska farm A member of the company says tha failure due to poor crops and depreciation in land Culirornlii Re publican convention thia morning adopt ed the report of the committee on organ making the temporary o nicer a The platform was read and It declares that for thirty years the Republican party has successfully conducted tbe covernment of the performing deeds of statesmanship and military achievements worthy to live ever upon the brightest pages of It denounces tbe manner in which the Democratic pledges as to free ballot in many of the states were and sista that henceforth the right to a free ballot shall be observed so far aa It Is within the power of the federal gov ernmen to effect that object endorses the course of Speaker commends the administration of President rlarrison and the course puraued by Secretary Blalne in relation to the Bebrlng aea con declareti that In the interest ol the agriculture and other industries ol the we endorae the action of the Republican members of congreaa in the passage of what ia known ae the Silver and that we favor a proper increaae of the currency of the country to the ex tent demanded by ita The reading ot the clauses of the plat form referring to Speaker Reed and the silver occasioned much ap Nominations for governor tol Henry Markham of Pasadena and Congressman Morrow of Ban Francisco were tbe principal candi When the count on the first bal lot waa the secretary was able to announce the which gave Markham 200 and Morrow 381 votes leaving Markham lacking forty votes o having a but before the vote could be announced the delegates from Calaveraa and Humboldt counties anc several assembly districts in San Fran cisco changed their votes from Morrow to In the midst of the con Deamond rose and movec that tho nominationbe made unanimous Tho motion was carried and when the excitement had subsided tbe convention adjourned till this OHIO They Meot In State Convention at Colnux Action Farmers Alliance met in etate convention thi Temporary organization wa after which receaa was taken At the afternoon aeseiou there was a strong tight to get a temperance reaolu tlou in tbe which was finally aud the convention has ala refused to make any expression on th tariff The proceedings were pro the Republican convention hore today he antiAnderson men Withdrew from ho convention claiming majority bad proceeded in an unfair Dele tion to Clay Center were instructed for Aadersoa and to alata convention or Humphrey for goveriier and Hitchie for Texas SAN the democratic convention today the fol owing nominations werp made For James Stephen Hogg lieuten ant George Pemlleton of Bell county attorney Oulber aoa of Prominent Knights of Labor In Master Workman chairman of the national legislative com mittee and organizer of the New York Central railroad John aud Joan all motabers ol the gen eral executive board of the Knights of are IP the city andsome important action in connection great rail road tieup ia generally looked olland and Bayoa came in laat eutfor of the JW il of VntieA is the only abaent ember of the is expected ere some time fc There was a misumiftntanding about he time I was to reach ws city said THE Proceedings of the TwentyFourth National Alger Presents tils Annual Address Excellent Condition of thn The Membership Now Beaches Nearly a Half a Be Uecommends a Memoilal Building to Meetings of the Womans Belief Iorjn and Ladles of the Ing OondlUon of Both convention of the Twentyfourth National Encamp ment came to order in Mualo Hall at 11 oclock this Prayer was offered by Past Chief Chaplain CommanderinChief Alger then delivered his annual Alger began with an allusion to Huston as tho cradle of the place waere the seed of patriotism was sown when the uhot was fired that was heard around the He said the condition of the order was There some disagreement in the re ports of Mississippi and Louisiana drawn up on the color U was a perplexing but he hoped time with good in tentions of peace and liberty living citi zens would Ithaabeen his determination to recognize as a com rade tbe equal rights of evory no matter what hia color or pro vided he has tbe two vice and an honorable The total membership borne on the rolls June was The in 188D was The dead during the last year numbered Speaking of pensions he aaid there was some dls appointment at tho failure of the aervice but the present law was productive of great Be showed the backward condition of the efforts to erect monu ments to Sheridan and Grant and recommended that there should be erected at Washington a memorial build lag dedicated to the memory of To carry out this suggestion he recommended the appointment ot a com mittee of At the afternoon session the officers were tbe principal position golnc to the in aa la claimed by of a plan to give the encamp west three successive troit In Topekain and Chicago in 1893 Tbe roll was called and rapresenta To Meot Grievance TRUME Master Sargent of tbe Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman left at noon for Cleveland to meet with a grievance com but whether or not it is in con nection with the Central strike is not At the national headquarters here a positive statement made that he had not ordered the firemen to longed by a continued effort to bring i politics in various but none o them The committee on resolutions reporte address to the uettln forth that the farmers must take a new departure and henceforth be a new tao tor iu The question waa whethe thia could be acomulished by the forma tlou of a farmers or by makiu their influence felt iu the control of e isting pirtiea It ia the sense of th convention that they shall thorough test the latter A plan ot organ ttlon was in substance tha should be known as the Farmer Union of the state of composed o one delegate from each county for eac state the officers to consist of vice secretary treasurer and an aa he waa y tr thia bout to leave a ompany with I didnt in end to arrive before last The urpoaea of this meeting are of a general Aafar as we know there ill be nothing but routine business ome before A certain amount of nslneea accumulates on our bands in IX Questioned as to whether or not the New York Central strike will be consid red during the Powderly eplied that he was unable yet to tell nether or not U would receive official At 11 tbe executive committee was still in General Master Powderly thla evening said to reporter that the New York Central trlkers were in the right and would gain heir point He had no doubt but that lie Brotherhood of Locomotive TSngln ers would join in the movement and ielp them They would not delay but simply confine their intire attention to the freight Powderly believed that DePew lad gone abroad from diplomatic motives o avoid taking a hand In the A Peace Nuw text ot the lonvention drawn up in Gua emala and signed by Costa and Honduras has been received It provides for the e establishment in Salvador of tran quillty and constitutional The contracting parties bind themselves to recognize the legal regime in as soon aa it shall be to disarm heir demand the withdrawal of guaranteeing him his life and promise to assist in the rees tablishment of and demand that amnesty shall be decreed to all who took part in the revolutionary The convention provides for the continuance of tbe Central American peace They Will Comply With western roads have decided to put Into effect without urther the reduced rates on jrain and as ordered by the Inter itate Commerce A propo sition to ignore the order and test jtho authority of the commission to make rates for tbe railroads received some consider but the conclusion finally reached that it would be better to peacefully comply with the tlvea of each state had an opportunity to name their choice for commanderin Connecticut nominated Col Wheeloch Veasy of and Maine second the At the mention of Veasya name there wa great The other candidates were finedburg ot and Hovey of ncrease In membership of about 50 per in the Kentucky did a noble work in Louisville after the disaster from torms in that city The oon entlon adjourned till 10 to when the election of national officers will take The Naval annual conven on of the National association of naval eterans opened this Com modore from in be The following resolution was Sered by President Brown and was dopted Tbat tie pledgeOurselves as and as an association to use U honorable means in our power to tie elope and strengthen tbe and urge pon coegreas liberal legislation in its TDK NEW YOBK CENTRAL Both Sides Olalm Things are WorklnK In Their BW the 8Uty fifth street yards of the New York Cen ral this afternoon switchmen und switch ngmea under the personal supervision f Superintendent Fyfe Were busy mak rig up freight trains which were taken ut ao soon as made Tbe yards are s clear as on ordinary working No blockade exists any ta the letwork of tracks in the big nd the cars are now standing m the proper sidetracks ready to be loupled up for outgoing Jleet ngs wore held this afternoon by local assemblies and They laimed that everything was in their avor and that very little awitcbing was being They were alao of the pimon that the fact that General Super utendent Voorheea was not taking BO active a part as formerly in the mana1 ment ot his department was guod augury or the The rumor that the West Shore road is tied up on account of the engineers go ng out baa been found to be General manager Toucey of tho Cen tral road was seen by a reporter and aaid that he had Juot received a dispatch from General Manager Lang of the West Shore No Xhts one of he leading fruit growers in the state and head of nvinv horticul tural after a careful says that tbe failure of apples and pears has not been so disastrous in twentyfive The people of the fruit belt will suffer financially to a rlous Great Damage UT Syria hasbaen dreadfully ravaged by atorm and The losses attain the dimension of a national The district at the foot of the Norrle Alps are Many houses and bridges around been The iron worke there is submerged and many have been ffaedburg withdrew hia Hovey did the same and Veaay wa elected Hichard Tobin of Massachusetts waa elected senior vice commander tnchie and Creamer of junlo The election of other officers was pu over until Detroit waa chosen aa the place for th next encampment and an adjournmen was taken until WOMANS BBttEf Its Eighth Annual Session Opened at Boston eighth annual convention of the National Wo mans Usllet Corps opened in Tremont Temple this Annie Wittemeyer ot aational in the After an opening ode bad been Emily department chaplain of offered the In her annual address stated tbat the members of the Corps now reached nearly tbat a reaerye fund of is on hand in tbe treasuries of local and tbat the charity work of the year amounted to over Permanent departments have been organized in North Dakota and the Besides the regular has been paid out to needy army The completion and acceptance of the National Womans Relief Corns home near were Wittemeyer waa in the midst of her address when Secretary Logan aud Liv ermore were In the absence of Charity Rusk past national the gold badge voted her by tbe encampment was presented to her Secretary Ruek for Barely of Ohio made the In his reply Secretary Rusk eald that tho prosperity of the largely depended upon the efforts of tbe Womans Relief who Is a member of the national puaslon committee gave an interesting account of the nurses now pending in Al ger was introduced and acknowledged the greeting of tbe A vote o thanks was given Alger tor cooper atiou with her husband in aiding the W gineers are at No strike of en tineera is liable to happen on either Jver on Twelfth where the toughs from Hells Kitchen and Poverty Gap were uncoupling freight trains yes a crowd assembled at 3 oclock this prepared three straw figures which they labelled with the names of VicePresident Webb and his two find hung them from the croaa stick of a telegraph pole The crowd increased in numbers and jeered and groaned and hooted at the Tbe polico sent for rein forcements and drove the crowd away Then they got aline man who climbed the pole and lowered the efflglea Tbe police burned The otriiers took heart today when they bearaonEeTalnWoTifltS aad Hudson Canal company an were Dispatches from Palmyra Lockport and Rom shippers encourage the company to le main At where a numbe of cara of live stock are Mr Voorheea said only twenty boga an calve had At Johns Park station the agen as not collision took place on the touisvllle and Nash ville road at this evening near Spring about eighteen milea from Lex It la reported tbat a number were killed and H After Wittemeyer had finished tb Interrupted committees nn re resolutions and courtesies were ap A resolution of sympathy waa sent t Hettie national chaplain who was taken ill on her way Ladles of the A ladies of the G in their fourth annua convention today with Woo of Topeka in the The time waa occupied with reading of reports ot tb various The society differs from tho Womens Relief Corps In that it membership is restricted to the mother Kives and daugntera of honorably dis charged About 800 ladies were also tb author of America The report of tbe treasurer showed th association to be in a good financial con dltion with all bills paid and money the tbm tb department had more than doubled t pait All showed an HE CHICKASAW leturns Indicate That Evarythlng Passed Off he Hijunrr Hen Erect Separate Poll nud OutTote toe tier will contest the Election and Carry Their Vase Ilefore the Indian Coons and If Beaten trill Ap peal to the redoral Agent Dennetts Peaceful Advloe and Prompt Action Prevents baa rrived here from 1ickena county that lie Chiokaaaw election went oil very and tha poll WAS opened early in He morning by ttie full blood party and lie first Bquaw men who attempted to ote denied the Otber men made the same and wet with the name about one hundred in held a caucus and were ud resaed by tho Indian who advised peaceful measures nd Instructed them to put up a poll of nblr He told tnum that he would their judges ot election so far certifying to the The Gquaw men acted upon HID mrvicw and erected a toll at all the vibuo men Jlose by was the ludian poll and every no Chickasaw bloou in him voted Meanwhile Governor Byrdamtl the ludian police and the United Hates marshals stood guard and uo ois urbance of any kind The vote at the squaw mens polls ex ceeded the Indian Sam Paul la iure to be governor if tho mens are Most of the Indiana voted for bat few oust their otfl for Several rumors from Tishsrutngo say hat bloodBhead was also prevented there y the erection of separate The mtitin vote iu Tlshamlngo county is arger than the white There is no loubt but that Agent Bennetts prompt action and advice prevented serious The plans of the men now are to onteat the election and carry their re urns to the Indian This court will thus be called upon to decide election and it the decision be adverse to he disfranchised the latter will then appeal to tbe United States federal If thla Indian court adjudges the squaw men to be aliens then they must be United States citizens and aa Biich they can appeal to tbn federal The latter will then decide as to whether hey are United States citiKms or not and thus finally decide the HaudtMl I runner juat after traveling fifty milea from reports that a row was narrowly averted at that place and hos tilities were only prevented by the supe rior forces at the command of Governor who so overawed the disfranchised whites that after some display ot arms they prudently Stonewall wae the largBstwtlng place and waa the center of Interest In the elec Both Governor Bam Paul Wm Byrd were at the polls all puwvivM VMV L is not yet begun to receive f reiqht Each had a large number of menat Uppers his Pauls supporters were tho The regular freights are arriving and disfranchised while full The police still guard the The following was given for publics by General Superintendent Voorhees is evening The superintendent said e recelTCti a teport in the afternoon tbat dicated the unconditional surrender on e part of Kniehta of Labor on the Hsr m et evening informing him that a com ittee had juat waited on Superintendent informed him that Local located at Dover had surrendered its bis was confirmed by a message ad to Lee and signed by The strikers made no ty they are ready for any dtspoai on that the company may see fit to make They are ready to go to work Voorheea reported to Worces directing him to take on at once four Id conductors and twelve the ilance of tbe men to report at the Grand entral Their cases will be beld nner The Strikers The condi ou of the Central Hudson strike in this ectlon Is The strikers ap ear determined as and say they o not fear the ultimate Superitv indent Bisaell aaid tonight Passenger rainftareto be run according to tbe chedule for the first time linca tbe Tbe crews have been placed on leir regular runs and we now bava the assenger aervice more near our former We commenced moving relgbta at East and West Albany today nd will commence tomorrow to clean p tbe Weet Albany Tbe freight blockade in West Albany waa raiaed A Urge crowd on the bridge anove tne tracks o watch the Tlia Pinker Lon detectives fearing violence from the rowd attempted to clear the One of the severely clubbed and one of the detectives was mrt iu the melee that Pinker on men had no authority to disturb the bloods and most ot the half breeds were for The latter also hod lU under bis Everybody was heavily and when the polls opened looked Governor Byrd brought the mil ita about tbe forming a circle about The first equaw man waa refused the Ivllege of voting and The bites gathered their and lor a me It looked aa if they meant but Byrd hie milita lood firm and the whites seeing they ould be worated in a fight let Byrd nd his mil I lift run things to suit them Ivos and even prevented Indiana oting who tboy knew wore for he result of the vote was 106 for for and IB for independ Accidentally Shot a son of Mook of this lace was yesterday accidentally shot nd He with his little sister nd two lady friends were on a few daya utingin the About loArty our miles south of while f topping r he waa taking his gun from wagon when the same was dls The shot entered tha right ireast resulting in instant The adies placed the body iu tbe wagon and ound their way to a ranch four at which place they received as Intance and conveyed the body home lis funeral took place to day and hia ather ia now in as a repreaenta post of Killed IPT tha body of an nknown man found on the Gulf all road track near the Paola depot thia morning horribly mangled atd cut aving been run over by a train some ime between midnight and tha wheels passing over about midway of the The remains were taktm charge of y Coroner The dead man ibout 23 years old and smooth very ight neatly dreused and had In hia sockets an Adams express receipt for a spectators on the bridge which in a pub ic Tbe Brotherhood firemen here declare they have no intention of When a freight train from dy came througlrthe Green Island yard tonight It waa surrounded by strikers There were twenty Pinkerton me aboard the train and when they attempts the mrefct of the strikers the crowd eur rounded them and took their prisons There was no further Tbe committee of striker came out of Superintendent Hammond Superintendent Hammond Tbe men asked for an explanation ot ce tain matters and it was glyon Th committee tbe explanation wa sal Isfnctory and they did not want to Btrik t then told them if they to re In tbe employ of tbe company t return to work n the olherwis they would all be paid off and the places fitted with uew valise to from Fort ficott to also switch key of the An Alan Ilroaks orig inal package man waa pulled last Sat urday night and lodged in thtt city yesterday Ue tried iu the police court and fined tor selling Intoxi cating to the city ordi nances aud on failure to pay up wa aunt back to J f f nv wUlch he VnuVia outlast nielil and skipped for parts un Thia puts an ead to the saloon buninena in this WeaUior till 8 Kansas fair weather northerly temperature except In the extreme era   

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