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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 19, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                V TIM by mort people j than other HUTCHINSON NEWS I Best Advertising j A nviin IM MI NTiu ihc yniil j rt TUESDAY AUGUST News and Gossip Gatbersd About the National Tltc Itettcleacr Will Passed SenateDebute On the Ko or Importance Trannnotoil In by proclamation diminish or wholly emit the duties iropnssil by law on sugar ir any grade of sugar produced and ex from any such country into the Jnitnd States na long as such products of the United States am admitted free of Imy or tax into such country and no the tovo tlntlclau Ttoport Ilio Interittnte Commerce THIS AMKKI04N Beport on the ClftYtoaWwcUliirlrtce Content Ci Silver Jlotnllft 1lon senate went into committee of the on the deficiency appropriation ThenmcndmpDts appropriating OSS for the payment of the French upoll intion claims were opposed by Plumb who denounced tlr laimo as fraudiileu anil iivit lor the bem ol the clnimunts but of uttorneys and The wera ngrtad ill nuyf TliH bill wna reported back t tlte All tbe ftittfrmlmfcnt ugreKi to by the committee of the whol wero agreed to in oiterwl an animiilmen prohibiting any ofllcir of tlio governmen paying more than tliU a year fir nuartcr lor instrument in tbe District of Columbia and lead a paper which had been furnished to him by a well informed and which was an argument in defense of tho pro This juper showed that in the vinous government offices in Washington there 200 telephone instruments tor which each IB making if paltl by the government for the use of instru ments that did not cost more than Two dollars or n dollar and a half would be neater tbe amendment was The bill was then Piurab oilurod a resolution in structing the nommittpo ou rules to in vent such as to prevent liquora in tho nonate wing of tbe Dlair suggested the insertion of the and have no tbo resolution go Tbe resolution went over till tomor tariff bill was then taken uuoattou bsMUg on reducing the duty on tin plate Vrosi cents a pound to 1 itnil providing a bounty of I cent n pound on tin plute produced in Without coining to a vote on Sti1 the bill but Senator KdiiiuuilB AlmHnHhot nt Dlwrlm liiKtlnnB AKatuat AmerluKn notice of an amendment which ho In tended to propose to the tariff bill the whenever ha shall be eMitfleil that unjust discrininatlons are made by or under tbe authority of any foreign country against the importation of any product of the United States to make a proclamation excluding products of that country from importation into the United Ue said that this amend mont was identical iu all reapectn with of the sections of the meat bill that puased two or threo tunoB almoat but had uevor any farther then the rVciinorriitN Will Not Snrvo j ilced to observe tho steps ta ken ny you to promote primary and in termediate tbcbinal 1 trust tbo measures passed for the extensive reconstruction ot tbo army will secure tbo health and increase the efficiency of my I am gliid that you have Ireen able to materially improve the poa Uioo of tlie f ou whore valuable services increasing demands are boms The policy you have adopted of giving uniformity and increased vigor to precautions against contagious diseases among cattle wilt have a salutory influ ence upon tbe very important The amendment you have made in the system of winding up companies under the law of limited liability will be of ad vantage to and your acts re garding all amendments of bouses to the working classes will contribute largely to the well being of tbo laboring portion of my THE CENTRAL ViooPresidont Webb Oomoa Off His High He Is Willing to Meet Iowilcrly ami Talk Over the It appears that Speaker liewi ia having considerable diftlculty in securing ft iull committee to carry out the order of the house for an 11 f A ffkuil Men Stop it Allmtourl Truln mul Ulllo the Kxiiroftfi The rock cut on the Minaoiiri railroad half a Tbe luiuwe auiflndmeut to thw Mil to the act to constitute Lin a port of delivery was agreet to ami the aonate THE ished business cowing from the last sua pension day was a motion to suspend tb rules and pans a bill to reimburse Phillii Post of for money expjnde by him in his contest for a seat in th Fiftieth Hitt of from the commit tee on foreign moved to sugpen I tbe rules and pass tbe senatejoint resolu tion providing that nothing in tbe diplo inatic and consular appropriation bi be constiued to interrupt the pub liestioa of the reports of the internation al American Brecklnridge of factl tioualy enquired whether the publieatio would certain recent letters o the secretary of state on tba subject o and on Hltt replyin that they would contain only the proceet Inge the breckin rulgt soot to the clerks desk and ha read Secretary Blaines second letter Senator Ureckenridge enid that he did no entirely agreo with Secretary bu the was getting ou the righ track and BO far as he he Breckin ridge agreed with Gtrosvonor of Ohio remarked tha nly objection he bad to the secre 1 that ho was jjottint so near t from the reeolutiou was agreed KatlroMK of tne linltsil motion to suspend the rules an Ad investigation into tho charges made against the commissioner ol Urvon There was ao trouble curing liepublicau members and one of as induced to but it aeoma that e second Democrat nacoeaary to com the committee cannot be Representative Cooper of the uthur of the resolution upon which tho vestigation was lias been urged on by the speaker to fill the vacancy used by the successive resignations of s fellow Martin of Indi Yedder of Ohio and of but the spnaker does not think ropar to who rought the charges against the commit obey e tu piftce where he would be ex case ected to Bit in the The minority Knpresen alivo Marsh today presented the home the rwportof the Democratic minority of the committee on elections i the case of Clayton t The Sucond Arkansas The pat t says that with one exception the Istriit has always Rone Democratic and he presumption should be in favor of Democrat agaiust a Ilapublicaa con The theft of the ballot box In cuise ft admitted but it is bold it did not bango thi result of the as the carried the district by DIA ority of allowing the Hapublicans bo iifputcd votes in every Hllrer amount of lilver offered to tbo treasury department oday was The amount mrchased aa follows Forty at ounces at Total purchases by mints from tbe 13th a the amouut to In London today 54 pence is tbe highest point reached since BulWHiiuentiy otters were received from Francisco to sell ounces at and ounces at Both offers worn This made the total offerings to day ounces and the total tiusy Ouu Walt Hoar has notified Senator Quay that he desire to speak upon the order of tbe latter fix ing a program of business for the senate for the remainder of tha but will not be rcadj Senator willnot ask consideration ol tho matter but saya be will call it up Parliament lias been Tbe queens speech to tbe two houses was as following MY Lonu AND OBNTLKMEN My re lations with all foreign powers continue paniilc and Attention has beet culled to inconveniences which migb arise from a possible conllict of the ter mile witst of bridge over the Limine tho scene of the robbery of a train on July by tho combined James and Youngor was early Sunday morning ugaia made the stop ping passenger tttiin while highwaymen cleaned out the oafe of file express Tno train that was held up a west bouad in charge of AI which wan clue at SaJaliti at The train stopped at the Otter ille water tank on the Limine and had just gotten under headway when Enginenr Frank Greyer and Fire man ToureiHe were surprised to find themselves gazing into the barrels ot two revolvers iu the hands of two The intruders warned them to keep ijuiet and obey eaying no harm would in that of That Bnve Pained lie tweeu Tliena General Alaater Workmen of the Knlghui of Labor KxpreMeft In tlie Ultimate Settlement of the Htrlke Ily Arbitra Detectives nt correspond ence passed VicePresldent Webb the New York Central and General Master Workman ol the Knights ol has been mido The letter is one from Powderly to Webb in which the former asks for an interview for the purpose of diBcuasiuK the ques tion of arbitratingthedifferonce between Btorous hey Vlre luillaerlmlnatcly ft Crowd bn done In obedience to meua demands the engineer ran tho train to near the rock cut and then brought it to a They then ordered the engineer aud 11 re man to lead the way to the express which they Arriving at the which was in charge of Messenger the robbers were iolnud by ihree all of whom wore masks Tba loader told the engineer to messenger to open the door and not give an alarm or he would blow his bend At Greyers signal Avery opened tbe and was quickly covered with Tbe robbers then entered the uar and took from the which was and from a the money When the train stopped Conductor iush wont forward to find out the id wtia covered by one of the ho ordered hitu back to the arsh wont The robbero did not to toarch the express or molcfct the After securing utatisti 1 of the interstate commerce com iBion has completed his second annual port to tho Tbe report vers tbe tunBactioni of 600 roads and JWB the operations of miles of The gross earnings for unive of rectal of yards and wero or jr mile of aud the operative ex lenoes delusive of rentals of yards and or per mile of This leaves a net income from operations of per milo of r deductions are made for charges tbe final nee income for all omib in the United States was per mila of The I amount of stocks Is shown to be of which are by railroad From this it appears that the total stocks and bonds representing railroad property In Ihehands of the public is The report further shows that the pas i nenger earnings have increased from li 40 per of total earnings of 1888 to ir iu while freight earnings trorn 135 in JJ888 to in Kdmuntlii ou 18Senator Ed mads today offered the following amendment to tho tariff bill Deferred fc tha committee on flnnncp whenever the president of rfco Juited States shall bi catimied that sugur i exported into the UuiteiJ states ass duties and other tnxfWf ritorial claims in the newly occupied regions in unri I have therefore entered into negotiations with the power principally concerned for the purposes of defining the boundaries within which the action of tho respective government shall be An arrangement with Germany whicl closes the most difficult of these quea has been completed and laid befor and in order to give effect to it yoi lave sanctioned a special statute for th cession of An has also baen entered into with Franc separating the territory adjacent to tb southern frontier of Algiers from th territory under the Influence of the An agreement delimiting other lories in Africa is under discussion wit 1 have agreed with France that th British protectorate over an the French protectorate over Madagasca ball be mutually I have ottered the president of th United States to submit to arbitration th differences over the Behring sea Usher The conference on the slave trad which was assembled at my suggeatio by King Leopold has brought its delib erations ta a and tbe final acts hav received the adhesion of all the powe except I earnest ly bope that tbe resolutions of the con ference may lead to results ot the hig and beneficial purpose InapijotJiem Controversies have arisen between m subjects In Newfoundland and th French respecting tlw tru interpretation of the rights of France b tbe treaty of Utretch and subsequent ei Tbe adjustment of these occupying tho anxious attention of n of the house of you fur tbe provision you ha1 made for the quivompnts of is a matter of much torn that you have been to make 8U stoutial progress in the tuk of teductn the public lords ami gentlemen I am rs money packages they left nd tbo train roiled having been opped about seven The robbory was reported to the rail lad ofUciala and a posBe was or anized immediately and placed under 10 command of Detective of le railway The posse left here i a on a special train for Otter On arriving at Otterville they drat nude a search of tbe It was quite vident that only five men were ensaged n the two having boarded the rain at California and their three accom lices remaining at the Tbe two men who were on the train are escribed as follows One was about 35 ears 5 10 inches weighed bout 1AO light very ght black soft black sack dark pants and red neck tie the ther about 20 years r feet 0 nd weighed nbout 140 pounds blflefc elt dark plaid coat and dark brown Mo New Is nothing importance new in the train robbery which occurred near Super ntendentof tbo Pacific express reiterates hn statement be made last night that in cash was tho company and the Webb in his reply stiiicsitiAinas much an Ilia forruor iutervleiis with the strikera representatives hail een dis torted Hid misrepresented liu to ask that Powdorlys view be sub mitted in adds how you I am willing that tbe intetviev you asli shall bo hncl at time you Replying to Wobba letter Mr Powderly wrote that upon its receipt h had determined to coll upuii Web as but had been called away from the city and was obliged to submit bi views in Powderly says that if he has beei correctly informed ftuthful em ployes of the New York Central an Uudaon River railroads have Iwu sum marily dismissed from the of th company because they were members o the Knights of The frequency o these discbarges left but littlu M Powderly in the minds uf the rue that they wera all in danger of dismissa at notice and hencejthe strike The whole question upo the discharge of Knights Labor jbe cause they are If these men wer discharged from he gay the company has everything t gain and nothing to lose from an in If they deserved dismissa he would not ask for their iviastatemen they were 41 Powderly because of thb connection with the Knlglita of should be for if it IB to be tl policy of the meuiuere of the Knights of Labor Are to be em then a statement fo that effect will clear ail doubts and there can be no future There will be nothing then to arbitrate M you hold to tbat As on tobly MO posted a bulletin containing e following information At a secret eetlng held at East Albany Ifttw this ternoon consmtiui of 101 engineers and remen of tue tludson and Mohawk siona of the Central it was unun lously resolved that they stand by the nights of Libor in their struggle for aintouance o their and edged themselves to do all in their ower to prevail those who were workl g upon their egines to come out with xtctly how the accident but t is supposed the engineer failfld to stop he train in time and all wure Seven persons wero killed and oevoutaen were Later reports from the sceno of the wreck say that only one man was killed and eighteen badly f4 neotntarg of most LsdBtrous day in the history of the New ork Central strike closed side very Hfteen Pinkerton men are under the are of Burgeons and five citizens are so ally wounded that there are fears for heir Three Pinkerton men arrested and one was so severely undled by tho mob that the police sur eon bad to dress his The rouble was nt tho Van Woort street u westof tbepussen depot and where tUa freight trains uu Into the This mornuiK early crowds began to and by nocn there waa a huge Everything was quiet until when a freight came down from West On tho top of each car were two Pinkerlon man Mirwd re peating and as the cars paused by ihem they nourished their Sudden uad without one of the men flred at Richard a boy 12 rears of who shot iu tbe The excitement was aud a rueb was made for tht and so successful was it that Jamee who ilred tbe wan Tbe police charged the mob and the man Just as they had him up against a tree to hang lie was badly buttered when locked A few minutea John a lumber aged was arrested for atoning At 3 oclock a freight train bound west came over tbo bridge guarded by Pmkertou When it reached the city several of the Pinkerton without opened Tuomaa K Uogan was shot through tbe leg and a small boy was shot in tbe Tbe crowd by this time was Attempted Lou ihe rating man who about tbtee weeks ago ook out of his fathers safe aud left the city with it shot his wife at his boarding 164 Pine early this while she lay sleeping in and then fired a bullet into tiia own breast near the Indicting a mortal Tbe wife was shot in the left KICKAPOOS IN They ATO Goios After tho Scalps of tho it not tatatty Doth were sent to the city hos pital were they now lie in u very critical Make died shortly after noon and her husband ia very low thm said thin morning whiiw be ingtaken t thn hospital that father had it a condition for withdrawing i prosecution against him for taking tlii money from his flsUe that BhouM vppiy for a divorce from his This he CluflBnted to do and did enter liu later ha found that loved hia wife si much that ho preferred tokilherand himself rather than be separated from A Lottery KANSAS Tho Jmirntil The Tribes Am OaMicrinj For the Oeniocrallc Cfldgrcssioiml Con vention Sentiment About llvldel Be tween the Nomination of u Htralght Ticket and the JKniloraeniont of Jerry Conceliul to he the Favorite AinanKthe of KIliRnian u Hlronie Other Iotltlonl day today the delegates to the Seventh congresslcnal convention tomorrow will say that the Uocver lioltery which recently opened ia Kansas has vacated ito ofllce and that its ollicers have Had the after having received 000 by the sale of its leaving all prizes The company wna driven out of a month ago and went to Kansas Rhoadua as suming charge of the Sight drafts drawn by winners from vari ous paTtb of ttxe tiouutry have re ceived by the local banks for Chief of Police Patterson flays tho ofll CHrs of the company got away with fully Warrants have been eworu out for the arrest of charging him with having used tho mails fraudulently and with having received money under false wrought up to fearful pitch boon coming into linn city and get ling really for tho meeting There ia a vpnt amount of caucusing and Ionrolling lining and at this time U is extrurnely hard to tell juet what tiction tho convention will The first question to bw decided ifl evidently that of 11 straight or a fusion with tho IVoplui The SvilgwicU delegation which imHefl this lo ttrongly in favor of endorsing Jerry but they are runnting strong The feeling sgnlnet fusjoa is Very intense ia gtitae and while the leaders may bar gain for tho Democratic vote to go to they will not be able to dolivnr the Among the candidates for nomination Allen liiiacoo of seems to have very fant ami in case of a nomination at all it will probably go to Cooper of proposes to con testtho ground inch by Other can didates aro inciflontaity but and Coopor are the only promi nent The HutcbiiiBon delegation arrived at a late hour tonight and are now at work Powderly the Knights of La bor are called upon to defend its mem bers up to the time of their dismis had worked only in ait educational legislative Continuing Powderly siye Sura ht to question why they When tha mparorof Germany arrived at ust he was attired in the uni orm uf the Viborg regiment and wore he decoration ot the Otdai ol The czar wae attired in the inltnim of the Alexander regiment and n his breast was a decoration of the Uer uan Order of tbe Black The czar owitch and the Russian ambassador to and a number of other promin ent parsonages accompanied the czar and received his majesty the railway sta After the salutes had been de ivered the czar and emperor were driven to the where the czarina ex tended a hearty welcome to the imperial A large crowd lined the route from the station and cheered the czar and Emperor William and Chincellor Von KANSAS Phillips of the United States district court today refused to interfere in he matter of the Kelt Line railway creasing the Missouri Pacific and Alton on the ground that a federal court had no Ae Boon RS the decision was rendered the Belt sent a large force of men to construct the They were met ny Superintendent Oalby of the Missouri Pacific and an oiHcml tit the Alton in command of a force of men employed to prevent the construction uf tae Marshall McUowan with a squad of deputies was on band to prevent any re sistance and the crossing wae made with out Died of HJi a well known Louis newspaper died today from the effects of injuries received last Saturday night in a fall from an upper balcony of Music Hall at Excelsior He cad ueea watch in the electric storm Saturday night from tht outside and when be attempted to enter the window he slipped aud fall over the WiuuerH ners ol toiiava wcea Golden Oatuot and Frank were Bich no matter how is as much a part of the public as any other True the Mew York Central and Hudson Biver railroad is tributary to the comfort and well be ing o the but the community gives to the corporation in iiuesti its nueugtb Us and ot that com munity at least twothirds are working people and belong to the same element 3f society that dare organize for their own Some one has said oinco this strike Honey is not everything in the Be was a railroad I be He spoke for liberty is far dearer to the and that is what be ia struggling that la what U denied him when he is discharged for being a Knight of If liberty was once valued so highly that meu ottered up life and treasure and sacred homes to gain surely their children should not be blamed fov striking for Whether they strike wisely in this case ia yet to bs Who is to determine You may feel that you are the men may feel they are Both are If an impartial verdict is to reached impartial men must arrive at it by hear ing both sides and then The men are willing to submit the case to arbitration and will not be responsi Will you consent to do the same If you will agree to submit this mutter to we can meet to arrange the details and agree as to how the parties may be The newspapers report you as refusing to admit that arbitration can enter into the eettlematit of the but your letter leads me to be lieve that you were and 1 still hope for a speedy termination of the strike through 1 shall re turn to the city an soon as I can meet my and if you will lilndly ail dreBB me the Cloud hotel it will be carefully attended to and placed before on ray To this Webb replied that uot one of the discharged men was dismissed cause he was a Knight of but be cause of good and sufficient Re garding the proposition to be eaitl that the company does not deem i1 consistent with Its continuance ant prosperity ia and with taedii charge of the duties it owes to the peo to submit the propriety of its action la tbe discharge of any of its employes to Webb said tonight that the freigh service was complete that everything working smoothly between here All freight received yesterday of excitement and only by the cieucy of the local aided by committees from the ware they kept At 4 when thu excitement had begun to cool au ottur freight train came through und the Ijinkeitou8 again Ured into tho a hoy Limed Sranli Parks receiving tue bullet in his Ufiicer Mullan jumped on the train arid tried to Und tbe but was Uu was carried bick to East Albany on another and there was assaulted by the ljinlccttoa although he was in full All the police of the city are tnasBud at this point and trouble is ex pected Robert Pttikertan today aeked for tbe release of Thomas who was ar rested under but Ohief Willard saying that the men were inciting thepeopln to Pinker ton said that it was simply a matter of pro protecting the new brakemen and Five Pinkerton men arrested last night were arraigned in police court this morn and four were admitted to ball for further ex Btate Senator Rupnell and Depot Master Foster going on their One man was Another lilootlr West Vlrglnlii News has Ju6t been received here of another tragedy in the Tug Kiver in which the notorious John Honry Unrmlen was the A Phort time ago Hargdeu ahotaud killed Hobertlrons in tie escaped into Wost but 11 posee of Irons friends followed and a desperate agirt took Two ol Bursdeno brothers wero Itillod Bsra foe ttialv give premonitory evidence of a lively and possibly a stormy convention to Tbe Kickapoos have OP their war and will go in for the scalps of the l time Ho deii taken bi ten day ag Friday uigln he his John und phot him three Itaraden then lied inW White will probnbly Bars den accused him of betraying him to the has killed eix man in his KoiMihtlciln Republican cimuty oonvuntiOH for the selection of state mid congreasioual dele gates mot in this city this morning and each legislative district elected two dele gates to each and the con The only freight train moved to day WUB mnxta up of refrigerator and empty The blockade at vVest Albany is about ai ad as on the first day of the Strike IB represent g the Knights of today sent otn BuSilo toe following cipher dla itch to the New England Protective ail way Union in this city Wbatso whatever or more be In President R Trumbull of the New ngland Union Bays that the dispatch alia upon the men here tu be prepared or any He says there is a ooslbilit ot a general The roads o be affected would be the Fitchburg nd the Boston and A MYHTKBIOllS l IB oen It Menu General RHllway Uuy Cume switchmen re still firm and not a freight train is The passenger trains are run ing on time and no disturbance representing tho of Labor in this sent the allowing mysterious cipher diepatch to lie New England Protective Kailway union at Boutou today or be in It a understood that this in to promote a eneral and it may come any bod been cleared up and left for its dei The places of all tbe striker bad been filled and there was not a Bin gle vacancy on the sltua tion ol the strike In this vicinity appear to be the same as on the night of ita in The strikers claim they in tended no interruption of the pasaenge service the merely being aa in tying up the roads froigb The program thus far seems t UIVB been ftuccoasJully cinrieu Th Pinkerton frrce at West Albany was in cresSBd to 000 meu today and uddltiona auuiber of riIos were distributed araon Tbe eieoutlve board of district Held np Beuonth uu Kleortlu foot pads turned a trick in the glare of arc lights on a principal street at 1 ocluck tbia Paul a reatau was the victim and lost a fine gold watch and Tbe hold sprung on Paul sen from an One choked bAru and thn oibers went through Since the incident fifty tramps and suspicious characters have been Work of brought in from the county today show that tho lightning which accompanied the heavy atorm of Saturday was unusually In one neighborhood vention elected at large to each To the state convention At Baker Arthur James Van Ferwilliams and To the congressional convention At Anthony George and The resolutions thank Horrill for his services in endorse the ad ministration of President Harrison and the reciprocity policy of Secretary Blalne and demand a convention was about divid ed between prohibitionists and resub missionlsts but the resolution in favor ot a constitutional convention was passed by a unanimous Many of the leading prohibitionlnW of the county were in the convention and voted lor this Fargs tilled with and the delegates to the state pleioeote was while another man bad four cattle and still another Io3t a team of Several persona were no fatalities are re Fire at KANSAS special to the Star from Uldorado says broke out at oclock at a small town near in the Mnyle grocery and destroyed the building to gether with the Uluhardtmn drug building and tbe VietB Clothing company building and stock and the hardware convention wero instructed to vote for a constitutional Ahuudaueti tbe KANSAS A special to tun Slar trom Hedalia says Detective UeLang and who have been in search of train robbers since 5 oclock yesterday have returned to this They ncotirod the country for wiles in the direction which the robbers but all were lost as noon as They have temporarily Kapeulally the Colured Got Rhot Lewis and George both got into a irunken fight last Saturday night on a mssenger train on tho Big Four railway Coal near North In which revoWera were treely Lewis re ceived a dangerous wound in the ierna a confederate of was sbnt in tbe Alt received a slight wound in the right George was wounded in the left John God was wounded in the right iaeen was shot in the She died from her wounds yesterday No arreste have been KANSAS State Line Stock Inspector Canoway made an in spection of tho Kansau stock Six cattle were found to be They were kiled and the aifected organs removed for examination r be certain whether tho is in laatMlpDl tioUBtltulUmAl the state constitutional convention an amendment to the constitution was presented provid ing that onlyjthose owning homesteads shall be allowed to exercise the elective Iuwuve The Kepublican county committee met Saturday and appointed the following delegates and alternates Hilts and Uaacall and Qeorga 20th wae fixed as the date of the county The with much passed strong resolutions commending ol Oovarnnr Lieuteuanttiovernor Higglus and George UumoUoa of Elwuiau hearty ola fivthioned en doraiments of the KM sat United States senators and delugatiou iu congress were passed with a commanding in their action on tha silver the suj all their uatiriug ef forts for the advancement of tbe great Oklahoma Demo crats of the territory met W ilay u nominate a candidate to fill tbe vacancy in the uxhombly cauaed by the death of Milton Delegtxtea were Isoia pans ot the territory and the convention was large and har No effort waa made to consol idate with the Alliance and Pat a Kingltaher was Ilia Rep ubllcan opponent is Colton of King flsher and the Alliance also has a man in tun This election is of especial interest as the majority Iu the lower house depends upon Hallway Wreck In telegram was received at noon from twnlvu miles south of this saying that a wreck had occurred and usknig for uur A special train was made up at once anil all surgeona that could be obtained left for the scene of thft atul The wrecked train left tho city eMly this moraiag to repair abridge that bad been washed out below IHrlow on the Union It la not known JUKI Meeting AmauK the Cnif ov via It U reported in that the Uiitrtemalun troops on the frontier of Sal vador have wanting more Suoiv at very light the first of tbe foil to S Ijoea Hhowers in BdHtheast por tion stationary temperature to The fjtklm There ware special lermona iu all the Catholic churhei y eater day on the late Cardinal At waru Lead Kindly wiiaungin tbe morning utter Gladstone read the Cardinal Manning will Ueliver tlin fuaeral ortitioa ia the Brumptoc otn tory on ffrvexlnti In There worn nisny uuxioua msi tlnriui tin oold Ttiiriy tliive WM ht nortt have tloas only from three reusiv4 f t in by ia tiia   

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