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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 20, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                QJ LARGEST THE NEWS is read by more people1 than any other Kansas HUTCHINSON NEWS Best Advertising A iii tb the e NEWS yield CD WEDNESDAY AUGUST HURRAH FOR HALLOWELLI i JLaat Bubo of tlie Damooratlo OontfroBBlonal That Holly Closes Its DoIUioratlons a Shout for the Itepubli can Tlio Democracy of the Mg HoTcuth DiBlrlct Makes No Nomination for An Attempt to Endorse Hlmpion Futile SB the Kmleavur to Place a htralftht Ticket In the Prooaedlnga of the Convention nt btoruiy Meeting In Which the Farmers Alliance Autt Knights of Labor are Three cheers for Jim Hallowell I given by Democrats with a vim that made the convention hall was tl Culminat ing actof one of the most stormy conven tions ever held in the Seventh district by any fusion or This de cidedly unexpected action was the result of the adoption by the Democratic con gressional which met here ot a resolution to place no candi date in nomination for congressa reso lution which tacitly Implies a support of Jerry though not binding any members of the convention to vote for Most of the delegates arrived in the city yesterday and wire pull ing and logTolllnfi consumed most ot the But the workers were up early this morning ready to take into camp any stragglers whoso arrival had been Long before Che huu for calling the meeting to order had arrived it became ovidentthat sentiment was prtt ty evenly divided between the nomination of a straight ticket and the endorsement of the Peoples Party It waa realised by both Bides that the vote was to be close aiid the majority either way would be What lent Intensity to the excitement was tbe fact tbat neither aide was inclined to yield an but expressed a determination to fight it out to the bitter Each side feared the and waa on the alert for any lUuk movement of any The convention was called to order at oclock by Chairman John lilch of tho central who introduced Olendenlng of the Presbyterian who tbe divine blessing upon the deliberations of the convention in a most feeling Richardson then addressed the convention as follows OeiMctnen of calling this deliberative body to order I am strongly impressed with the fact that it is within our power today to name the onngressman who will repre sent ths eleventh Kansas largest in territorial extent in the United the next I am duly conciouB of the fact thai there is a ference of and an honest ence of as to tbe best meats to accomplish that most desirable This shows that the convention is in as well as in a deliberate that i is not a cut and dried We can not all have our wishes and desires adopted by those who honestly differ from We cannot all Some of us must see our cherished hopes dashed to the Some of us must be de This is a Democratic convention and the majority must rule and the minority must accept this result in the proper Tue same loyalty to the which you had a right to expect from others if your favorite eon had been se lected as the standard bearer of the Democracy of the Seventh you iust accord to some others favorite son in tho event ut bis Were this not there would be no necessity or no use ot having a congressional con It would be like a rope of sand whicu breaks in Harmony and loyalty must be the watchwords of not only this convention but also of the campaign which will fol ow And the result will be which possess a liepubilcun uia jjnty auu Itepuolican matter uow inuun that prollt may work injury w tntj remaining states of tlie The Hapubiicbu party is in name and in UBCU Bouuunnl It is a party with uui local organization or representa tion in niauy citiua and counties In cue Bun shines not ona ward or lowushlp wituiu uiu geographical cuu Huts mine United States of America utat its rays do not illumine the faco 61 mum than one member ot the grand old Democratic and when one or more are gathurea there IB always a Democratic The Demo cratic party In 01 national Tho lieputiilcau party is sectional in organi zation and lu True iu their sectional the Kepublicau parly bas orougbt loria tue uodge election the muse infamous piece of legislation ihat haa ever bur dened the records of bill Uiat our for us object lUo control of uie eleu uun iuthe in the interest of tbe Kupublicun Senator who uiibrepreseute the state iu the national has perpetuated himself in not by originating or assisting legislation calculated to benefit tue out by neaping abuse ou the southern peo and by avoiding the seutuern Mot content with rob Diug tbe graves uf tho southern soldiers j secure ft target for bin sarcasm aid this lUerury ghoul robs a French whose tiuuy crumbled into of wftat auioug men the world is considered the child of bis brain when an on Tlie Kepublicau party is essentially a party ot auu lor tne favored At tue dictation of the favored mauufaut wno furnish money to corrupt the order and buy the party into it kills all leglmatiuu taai is for the benefit of tbe masses ami inimical to tlie favored Its administration of national at lairs has made the specimen uuttnowu to during tue Dem uciauu common ai the Buuiliiwera wbluh grow without cul Its etewardsnip has made the rich richer and tbe poorer it has created aad prospered trutta and combines of every kind cbarau ter to rot the many lor tne benefit of tue few it has made toe favored few so pow eifui ihutthey ore grinding the employes ou the grLt railway the oper aturs ot thu tne brawny sous of toil in tbe the workmen iu iho mines and the honest kuignt ol labor generally to such an extent tha tneir for higher wages are a common at tbe failures in tne commer cial world due to legislation for the fav oral lew and against the and it centralization ot power id capped in the despot gm of a speaker of ihe house o wlio counts quorums what laws shall and ehail not passed and rules generally at his own sweet will coutiary to the precedent ot a Thu Kepublicau party has no respect for laws that cannot be construed into partisan advan tage ules of order a motion was mtide to strike out the fourth order of nomination of a candidate or This set tlie ball rolling ind it kept tolling as long a delegate remained in me A num ber ot speeches were in which erry Simpson aad tne FarmersAlliance were criticised most Fin ally the chairman ruled the out of order on the ground tbat the conven ton had not yet organized An appeal wag and on a to ay the appeal on the the first test vote ot tbe convention was The roll of counties was called and the mo ion nays This vote encouraged thu advocates of a straight ticket and they became more The tern Yesterdays Proceedings in Both Branches of Ilumbs Resolution Prohibiting Intoxicants la the Committee Taken B practiced in the name of high protec iWe system which robs the masses for the benefit of the favored a system which permits Kansas lorn to be sold for ten cento a OBB not permit a corresponding decrease the price of house or mousand and one loles which the Kansas farmer has to cy to keep himselt to harvest bit A cent corn or to shelter himself and iar ones from the There la an uprising in this stato ot irrowers against the class legislation in ivor of tbe money changers and lenders J tbe that has reduced money of the realm beyond all reason ind thereby enhanced the value of tbe cmtalled and limited amount still in cir There is an uprlil jg in the west against the domination of a party that k mlm ed by a 1ew powerful leaders for the of a There Is a demand on die part of tbe people for a return to the rood old democratic doctrine ot a gov for the p eople and by the peo tbe greatest good to the greatest There ia a never ending contlict be tween the masses on the one side and the on the True to ita grand old Democratic party has en up the cause of the And such oriishedto the ground will rise so the Democratic true to slouand flgbtlng for the Dared but arises from such pet more determined tban ever to a government for the people 5 by the The Democratic IB contesting for a principle and never die until that principle in Republican n to breed aisgentlon paople of the several tbe expense ot the hern It is not and never has i a national It Sou sectional It no thought of the nation as awhole but i profiting the few The McKlnley tariff bill and the defeat of the bill for tne free coinage of silver forcibly illustrates tbe class legislation that this class party brings The McKinley bill is so manifestly against tbe people and in favor of the few nianu laclurers and importers that the premier of the Republican James teali called upon to stigma tize it as a piece of legislation that will not open single port to a single American but on the con If hie conclusions are will shut up what few still remains open to American exports as retaliatory To offset the ruin that will follow the pas sage ot the McKinley tariff the same clever who detects which way the straws are presents a recip rocity scheme which is but another for absolute free The party would ruin the nation BO long as it could benefit the manufacturers who furnish the cam paign Tne free Coinage of silver would have a tendency to increase the circulating medium and thereby help the who are in meet their It was a measure for the benefit of the It waa inimical to the barons of Wall who grow rich and are grow ing richer at the expense ot impover ished Tho Republican true to its class defeated and defeated tbe wishes of the The Republicans of fallow In the footsteps of their national ig nore tbe wishes of the people and refute to allow the people of this state to vote on a prohibitory amendment to tue con stitution that was foisted on the state and ever since its intensi fied the brightening influences of the state and nation lawn are con olllcem were mode par The motion to strike out the ourth order of business was again en ered and ruled out on a point ot and the convention proceeded to consider tbe report of the committee on resolu The platform reaffirms the principles of Democracy as enunciated in thu national platform favores the repeal ol tbat portion of tne National banking system that makes them banks of Ifiaue favors free coinage of silver liberal pen sions of all honorably discharged dis abled soldiers and sailors of the union lavors the eight hour Tne iftnt paragraph of the a resolution to nominate a brought the contest to a and alter a number of speeches by Or aw lor a and the following substitute was adopted AS there is no probability that any nominee ol this convention can be elect ed to congress from thin and aa a large number of Democrats deem i to be their duty to vote with the Peoples on a platform which haa been ap proved by Grover we deem it inexpedient to nominate a candidate for As the Humnor delegation cast its ten votes for tho thereby adopting the friends of a fusion set up a and on the announcement ol the vote pandemonium began in Dele gates were ou thoir each tulk loud enough to be Chairman Petition ujed tun gavel but to no When the dm bad subsided somewhat Deuton of Medicine Lodge advanced to the front of the hall and for a few minutes poured the hot shot into the lie denounced the action of the convention as the work of Wichita ward and not the voice of the far mers of the The voice of the Democracy had been and her ban ners were trailing in tbe dunt ol tie said tbe name of Jerry Simpsou would never stain B Democratic ticket iu Birbour Warming to his work pointing to the start and stripes aich graced the convention hall he said e Democratic party would never sup ant the old Hag of the union with tne d lag of The Dam rats would vote for an old Idier rather tban vote tor n of prang to his feet and Baid he woulu ork ana vote for Others eclared the same The conven oo waa on its and the wildest ex tement Before anybody ould tell how it there rang ut above tha din a shout of three beers for Jim and the hurrah Tho Tin Plata Tariff onued In the BtuataCertalu Hot Apart by tha Hnnsofor the Considera tion of lillla Reported from the Com mittee an the Senate Ag ricultural bollege Bill by the Other of Presiding Officer Ingalls laid before the senate the resolution submitted Yesterday by Quay for a change of rules so aa to have the vote on the tarlC bill taken August and to postpone until next session all other legislative business ex cept several classes of as specified The resolution went over till The resolution offered yesterday by Instructing the committee on rules to issue orders that will prevent the sale or drinking of vine cue or malt liquote in the senate wing of the capitol was taken Butler moved to add a resolution authorizing and directing the serjeant atarms to make daily inspection and ex amination ot the committee rooms and other apartments in the senate wing of the capltrl and report to the committee on rules whether he has found liquors Toe resolution went over till The senate bill granting a right of way through certain lands of the United States in and the house bill au thorize tha secretary of the Interior to procure and to submit to congress a prop of all other and that on the fourth of September at 2 voting and pending shall and shall continue from day to to the exclusion of all other busi ness until disposed THE of moved to lay upon the table the motion made some days ago by of to reconsider the motion by which the house passed the Nat McKay It was agreed 93 This finally passes the osition for the sale to the of the hat greeted his nomination at odge City could not have een more enthusiastic than that bleb rang out from this Democratic The speaker pounded for but the mala body o the delegates ft the ball amidst the One sick cowed delegation te ained and endeavored to rally the oo That waa the delegation from The beardless but A few ninutes before flushed with the delights now turned pale as they re iaed the results of their own handi Crawford of Pratt stepped to the and in a strongspeech counseled IB delegates to not go anay In anger at the majority had decided to make no demned by tha Democratic national plat torme without The blessings of this oft repeated plank are no where more appreciated than In the socalled Prohibition Prohibition appears best a long ways Like the its beat place is on some other body politic The Democratic party is opposed to free It believes that the liquor traffic should be controlled and re It is therefore opposed to Pro among Foil The report of the congressional com rnittee was presented by becretary Petll Ion of Dodge The report reoom mended of Dodge aa temporary chairman and Luke Herrini of Wellington as temporary secretary Petlllon In taking the chair made a neat address counseling The following committees were then ap pointed On B Ed B Judge C Johnson and On Order ol Bhoup Polk Luke Herrini Kanoiiae Slay H Hall and On Pol Luke Goo Kanoiwe Smit and On Permanent V Polk Luke ft Brown an The convention then adjourned for din At 1 after a number of fin selections by the Elngman th meeting was called to order and prc ceeded to hear the reports ot the comro The committee on re ported eightytwo delegates in attea and eight counties with no del gates When the committee o western part of the Crow retervatiou in Montana were taken amended and The tariff bill was then taken The pending question being on Plumbs amendment reducing the iluty on tin plate from 3 110 cents to 1 cunt a pound and allowing a bounty of I cent a pound on all tin Mr Faulkner called for a decision of the The presid ing officer recognized the ilevisability of the anu he decided that the first part reduction from to 1 cent bad already been voted on and decided in the and therefore could not be voted on in committee t the The vote must the presiding olllcer be taken on thd bounty part of tlie This did not prove acceptable to and he there fore withdrew the whole amendment with the understanding tint he would offer it again in the McPherson offered an amendment to place tin plate on the free Re Aldrlch gave his advice as to the convention by deois that while he omiuatidh aad hould abide He said ould not support the man from Medicine neither would he vote for Hallo but some good although e might never know the honor that had een conferred upon him would receive t least one When order had bean restored arrange entfl were mada for the selection of con resiiional the con ention Hsd a nomination been mode it is not m probable that Britcoa would have been he although Cooper of ad a etrong The Breaker stated that the unfinished business in the morning the first morning hour the house ban had for sev eral was a bill to amend the alien land Carter of Montana explained that the bill had in view the repealof the law so as the ownership included mines or mining Carter explained the provisions of the bill which were to encourage foreign investment in American mining Considerable debate during which Anderson of con tended bill would permit ownership by foreigners of every mine in the The opposition to the bill arose from the fact that its provisions would allow gi gantic controlled by for eigners who have no interest in this to own the majority of Ameri can Pending further morning hour expired and the bill went Cannon of from the com mittee on reported a resolution setting apart Wednesday and Thursday and Saturday and Wednesday of next week for consideration of bills reported from the committee on agricul The first bill to be taken up is the senate bill to aid agricultural tbe pre vious question upon which shall be con sidered sa ordered after two hours de Next shall be taken up the bill providing for inspection of meats for ex portation and it also shall voted on after two hours Then tbe bill for defining lard shall be taken up and the previous question ordered at 4 oclock On Tuesday of next week the bill do fining options be taken up and the previous question Is to be considered as ordered at 8 oclock On the daya specified the house shall at ii The order further provides for a morning hour each day and gives place to general appropriation bills or confer ence reports Craiu of Texas Inquired whether under order the rivar and harbor bill could be Cannon replied that he thought but that the bill could be called up Friday or or during the morn ing hour of other McMillan of Tennessee said it must be admitted in view of the late hour of the session that the proposed order put tbe river and harbor bill in a perilous cration to disturb the remains of elncn it waa his request that he be Appealing for Vlnnl A paper was in circulation on the floor of the house today addressed by Republican mem bers committee on rules reciting the necessity for final action by congress on the national election bill and express ing the willingness of the signers to con tinue the present session until such ac tion Is Representative Kennedy of circulated the paper and It was re ported that more than forty Republican signatures had been secured before the house met at The southern rep resentatives who have been protesting strongly against the Quay have so far refrained from any united action and it would appear that councils for leading spirits to avoid a sectional move and to cast their lot with the ma jority of the party will The president today sent to tbe senate the following nominations Leslie Wright of the District of Col umbia to ba register of wills Dis trlot of vice Dorsey Claggett Redemption of WASH treasury department this morning issued a circu lar providing for the redemption of per bonds at 8AVBD FllOU A f rrgUKal AcokUnt Averted at At Sheer luck prevented a most frightful railroad actl dent hero As the train that leaves Rockport at 10 over tho Boston and Maine railroad was passing Me station at the rate of thirty miles an it struck a dump knocked the driver into the smashing the cart to but the man only received a few slight bruises without end the a horse When escaped the col lision occurred the engine jumped into a short and unused ind with the train of eight care loaded with passen gers was carried safely over to the out ward track without derailing a single As the baggage and smoking cars passed over the switch at a frightful speed both of them careened and everyone in tbern expected they were going but fortunately tfafey This train usually pauses an eastern bound train near this but it waa oot thorp today anil what would probably have been of the mcmt frightful accidents in the history of the eastern division of the Boston and Maine railroad was A PAMIUY lootingIn a Texas BeBnltlnc In Several the 14th in the northwesternpart of the Tweedle went to the resi ience of during bis drew his gun on threatening her but she being a cool and deter mined went into the got a six shooter and ran him Sunday ivening Tweedle returned with his son Jeorga and a negro end surrounded the Tweedle opened fire on Mrs wounding her in the hand and also wounding a little bearing the screams of his wife and child in the yard in front of his ran to their when George Tweedle shot killing him after which they came to Belton and sur and are now in The was captured to day and brought In and No cause is known leading to tbe Spooners amendment us being a re He warned the house now in quirement that the American manutac tories shall give proof of their good faith in the He simply had no reas onable doubt but the American producer of tin plate would manufacture within five years a very much larger proportion ot that article than Vest said since he has heard the explanation of the senator from Wis consin and especially since he has heard so by the senator from Rhode he wanted sometime to examine the amend He feared the Greeks even when they were bearitig Bpooners amendment went over till to morrow and the next paragraph of the paragraph page was it refers to sheet or sheet polished or taxing it 3 cents a pound and to taggers ware tax ing it j cent per pound McPheraon moved to reuuce those to 3 cents and 11 10 cents Rejected without a No further amendments were offered to this para Paragraph referring to tin plate and taggers and paragraph re ferring to steel were agreed to with the committee Paragraph page was then taken It return to wire An amendment offered by Vest was nays Pdtldock and Plumb voted with the Paragraph page taxing wire made of iron ol steel having been reached UcPheiBon moved to reduce the rates fixed in the bill in four eixoa one quarter of a cent per McPhersou in a tone of irony sold he did not hold the finance committee responsible for the The committee had little or noth ing to do with It had been made by the beniflciaries and had been banded the committee for the pur pose of explaining it to the country and defending it before the There is not a particle of Aldrich interposed somewhat indignant in the statement referring to para graphs in the It Is a well known fact McPheruon rejoined that none but manufacturers had any chance to appear before the commit The senator from Khode Island has my as three o his colleagues on the committee have deserted him to only one of bis colleagues Uis cocs being and he is MoPhersons amendment was re Paragraph 159 as to cutlery having RAILWAY A Passenger on the Old Colony Road Jumps tho A Dozen or More People Killed Oat right and a Jinmlior Seriously Oyclone at Kvery tblng Down In IU Path and Ellin Ten or Twelve Trains Collide at ttonner KaniaB OUT Cable Train Wild passenger train on the Old Colony railway jumped tho Quincy at 1 oclock this after It is believed a ot more persona were killed and many more seri ously in a bouse builder of Bos was a passenger on the fourth car of the It was in this he moat of the casualties The train running through Quincy at the rate of thirty miles an when near Presidents bridge there was a rumbling followed by an awful The three forward cars lurched and left the Che fourth kept tho rails and swept along on to tbe broken locomotive which luy In its forcing itself on top of The shock was ter rific and it seemed aa if the car was lifted up twenty feet in the When the car descended on the engine It switched sud denly the occupants being thrown The steam came into the car in dense clouds from the locomotive scalding and almost suffocating the people penned In the descent of the car a hole was torn in the bottorfi of it through which many of tbe piwplo were taken Fen nell thinks six or seven persons were killed and twentythree nllghtly He thinks the accident was caused by spreading Fireman Hyde ot Bouth Boston is under the while Engineer Bibcock was thrown over an embankment and slightly Tirulve Bodied Taken f roui the NEW special to the Standard from Taunt on states A passenger on the ill fated train that met with the accident near Quincy says that twelve dead bodies had been taken from the UonlOB tlie NEW VicePresident Webb eent the following to the Associat ed Press this afternoon A aenc to Albany and alatement along line Killed by an order that the friends of the river and harbor bill might adopt a special order with their ears Funston said to the friends of the river and harbor bill that it they knocked out the agricultural committeethat mittee would knock the river and harbor bill so high that it would never be seen Hatch of Miesouri warned big friends on the Democratic Bide to make no mistake in voting against thin Itwastne beet that oould be done any Democrat representing an agricul tural who threw an obstacle in its would rue it before the frosts of Cannon naid that the order would not interfere in the slightest with the river and harbor That measure could be called up during the morning hour on Friday or There was no agtagoniein between the order and the tiver and harbor bill and it was a false issue to bring up such of said the mem bers on the Republican side who took tbe responsibility of passing this order would take the responsibility of passing the rivar and harbor Tne resolution was then and the houee accordingly proceeded to con sider the senate agricultural college of spoke In favor of a proposed amendment provid ing the appropriation shall be appro priated only to instruction in the mechanical the English lan and the various branches ot natural and eco nomic with special reference to their applications in tbe industries of and to the facilities for such in After a long debate the amendment suggested by Taylor was agreed and the bill as amended paused BEHOVING OK BEX Mew Xork will VlicoroUBly Oppose the riuuit tive ONeal of chairman of the house informed the New York delegation that the committee will call up the Plumb resolution ing to the removal of Grants re mains to this city within a few ONeal says he is confident of the pas sage of the resolution and that it can In interfere with Mew York in the ot thin road that exproBBOtl tble morning BB to wbetber the flrojnen la out employ out on n Btrike or and tbat 1 Alleged that I had plenty of men to fill thelc Thute n not a word ot truth In tho ant I woalil you to put this de In jonr Third Delperate bloody bat tle with New Mexican outlaws was fought near Beaver this yesterday during which five men were The bandits were sur rounded by officers and a posse of cit and an attempt was made to ar rest The outlaws fought like de one of the was killed at the first Four of the desperadoes were the fifth making his lie is being Fifth Ills t riot Kepnblloans from A VJKNNSVkV VNH CYCLONIC The Wlnil dels in lu Work nt Wlllies Imrro With DlHiuitruns 5 oclock this alternoon tho most terrible cyclone that was ever experienced in this locality struck this The hesvena were and the wind blew most frightful and whole rows of trees were blown The number killed will reach The tele graph lines are down in all directions and communication is shut The names of some of those killed as far as known are baiter burled be neath a falling smoke stack his two horses also John a laborer of the spool mill at the Hazard taken from the debris horribly Burnell workman for instantly killed by tne falling in of Browns business Peter Hittenmeyer was killed in Fred Jacks which was a meat waa blown from his He was found 200 yards lying on thj Lehigu railroad witH his head employed in Ga rners Mainle aged 0 blown against a house and instantly Adam of the unn of Jones who was struck by flying timbers died at U oclock this Mayor Button Issued a proclamation tonight six out of the sixteen counties of tbe Fifth congressional district are as fol lows For John 6 delegates 8 delegates and prob ably Dickinson Ira Cong man 5 delegates and Hepubllc U This makes 22 for Phillips to 18 for Hunk doors ot the Nlchols bank at the corner of Twelfth and Uriad avenue were closed and its business turned over to Dlt its Tbe cause of the embarrassment is taid to be a difficul ty in collecting The bank did a small Its deposits amounted to only about which will be paid in calling on the mem bers of the Ninth reg iment to annum MB at the armory tomor row morning to aid in the police super vision of the Be also requested all idle workingmeu to report to him for labor in clearing up the the city to psy for the a was killed about half past 6 last evening at the Wabash round house at There was a lo comotive and Drewer was trying to get out of its way and catch a en Ills foot slipped and the pony en gine struck killing him SIB back and neok were the bock of his head torn away and his left foot Justice Kiopelle will hold in inquest Wednesday morning at 10 Drewer lived on Kercbival ave nue and leaves n wife and fire Texas Farmers Alliance of Texas la In sewion in the Alliance It is an import ant been McPherson moved an amendment to strike eut classification by value and the specific rates and to make the duty on penknives and pocket knives 46 per Oullom made a strong speech In favor of the protective tariff The cutlery amendment Went over without action and tbu bill WM laid Hoar gave notice of two amend ments which he would offer to the Quay One was a resolution lor a change of the rules which he offered on tbe providing when a bill or resolu tion shall have been considered a rea sonable time It hallbe in order to de mand that debate be The other was to include m legislative business to be taken up this the federal election bill shall be disposed The election bill shall be taken up for and shall remain before the senate every day fir three days after tbe reading of tbe to exclusion erection ot a monument to Representative Quinn of New says that be will oppose the passage of the resolution with his utmost An eflvrt will be mada to get ebaent Nsw York members to return to the On the subject of the failure to secure the necessary funds with which to erect a monument to Grants memory he says Sufficient money would doubtless have been raised long ago had It not been for an unfortunate combination of clr Just when subscriptions were coming in fast tbe great Johnstown disaster occurred and New York gener oualy responded with divert ing attention from the monument plans Since the Plumb resolution passed tbe there has been a re newed there ii reason to be lieve that tbe committee will fund in abundance with which to th work at a very early I would cer tainly consider It nothing abort Uls liody KANSAS body ot James Hiegins was today found in the Missouri river near Kansas Higgina wag a printer in Leavenworth and is supposed to have jumped into the river from the bridge at His pockets were turned inside out as though they had been but there are no marks of violence on the A Blse lu Nuw advance of our cents a bushel was made in wheat the trading was wild and excited nd the wheat ring was full of rumors of amage to the crops bntb here and be bulls were confident of their pod Ion and now predict a butlie for his Telegraph In Beorafc telegraph operators met today in secret There seems to be a mysterious air about the Western Union office in this city and t would not be surprising tt there wan some sensational in the new Vrelcht Trains KANSAS serious col lision between two freight trains oc curred early this morning on the Union Pacific railway at Bonner By mistake a Union Pacific freight was left standing on the main track when it should have been sidetracked to allow a through west bound Kuok Island freight to lioncer Springs is on a curve in the and the Island engineer did not see the obstruction soon enough to lie plowed through the Union Pacific caboose and a half dozen freight The engineer and fireman escaped by Charles a UOCK Is land was seriously The first seven cars of the Reck Uland train were wrecked and the enniue de The total The track was not cleared late this A Wild KANSAH this morning a cable train on the Ninth street line took a wild run down the Union depot The grip slipped from the cable at the top of the incline and before they knew almost tbe train bad spur down the 200 yards of the in cline and had come to a For tunately the grip car jumped the track and placed itself at right across tbe track without turning The paasengers were badly frightened and considerably shaken up and several of them received slight Uorsethlef KANSAS WMemau went through Kansas City tonight on his way to Fort where he is wanted for stealing a team of He was arrested at Topeka with thehomiinnis ex plosion in the UcCracken mine caused by gaa becoming Etne ory Cacklln wag taken out dend and his brother frank vtos an badly injured that he cannot Lifayolte another operator is la the Tc Hestore the Bute to TeiiM rpprasetttativea of tbe in eastern Texas traffia after a ten tayi agreed to restore rates to Trxiti points on 4   

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