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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 27, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                la LARGEST is read by more people tlinn any other Kansas G HUTCHINSON Best Advertising j A IJVKKTISKMKNTS in the best tlie NEWS yield WEDNESDAY AUGUST IN The Final Vote on tlie Tariff BUI to be Taken SIURIC Agrees to the Mcmoiim linii to CIOBO Debate on Tlmt Senator Flumli Intervene Ho Objection Bull Very 8iiplolon of the Autlonnf the DemoaraU la Paragraph of the VarlfT Bill Fiuned Democratic tho The senate i took up the memorandum to close debate on the tariO Aldrlch asked 1 for its unanimous Plumb suggested that there was something brXdd tho matter that was not perfectly apparent to the klhe solemn Interchange of suggestions yesterday between the senator from Maryland reminded him somewhat of the historic remark between tlio governor of North Carolina and the governor ol South Laughter It recalled also the remark of the two augurs that could not look in each others face with out It was time Plumb that the curtain was rung down and the lights put An agreement had been made by which the Democratic senators were to forego their opposition or at all events their debating opnosi tlon to tho tariff bill which has been des cribed 88 so utterly aad abberently ob jectionable ot he presuirled that that was in order that something elao mifiht be had which was desirable to He would interpose no objec tion to Ue The memorandum was then agreed to by unanimous The conference report on the sundry civil appropriation bill was presented and Allison defended ta action of the senate explained the ex treme difficulty which tneyhad encoun tered in dealing with the subject The tariil bill was then taken the question being on the lead to which Coke had offered an amend ment to make the lead extracted from silver ores free ot and Plumb had offered one reducing the duty on lead ore and lead dross from one and a half cents to three fourths of ace Before proceeding with that para graph Plumb gave notice of an amendment to the bill which he would otter at the appropriate The amend ment was It with some few the bill for reciprocity Kith introduced by Buttwr wortti in House at Senator Plumb proposes to restrict tho operation of he reciprocal arrangement to manufactured articles and spoke in favor of his Sanders opposed the two amend At the close of tho discussion Plumbs motion to reduce the duty on lead ore from one and onehalf to three fourths oentu a pound was voted on and was yeas nays Plumb being the only Republican sena tor who voted for Cokes amendment making lead extracted from silver free of wan then voted oa and was also yeas nays A strict party vote as Plumb did not No other amend ment was offered this Paragraph puts a duty of three cents a pound on crude The finance committee recommends the striking out of the Agreed The next paragraph relating to nickle and nlckle was amended under the report of the llnance committee by reducing the duty from fifteen to eight cents per Schedule relating to having been Aldrlch said that the committee proposed to let that schedule be paused over formally for the eo that schedule relating to tobacco and Its would be the first tiling to come up Ad THE 26 There was some difficulty In getting a but after the roll call a quorum One hundred and duty nine members having responded to their names and nineteen members having reported their presence to the the speaker pro tern announced that there was a qhoruui of Blississippl moved an stating that he did so in good be lieving that it was possible to come to BOUIB arrangement in regard to the lard The ufttion to aojourn was ot then offered a resolution directing the sergent atarms to notify absent members to return to Washington without delay and revoking all leaves for absence except thuse granted on account ot The m dlution recites that twice today thu leg islntlve proceedings were intwTupted by want of u thatcertain mtmbers by name answered to their name under the but did not res pond on the regular roll many of them leaving the hall so that they could not be Os Hatch and others protested against the saying that It was an uu arraignment of every member men tioned iu audits adoption would be a censure ot those There was grant confusion in Finally Cralu was recognized aud aaid This is nothing but a petty species ot threaten us In order to us to I be lieve if we had adopted this line of pro cedure when the socalled Lodge bill was before the house it would not be in the senate awaiting considera Isaythe sotallcil Lodge Because l believe that the author was not but that he was only the wet hi hill I am re to my constituents I of the chamber intentionally to avoid being counted as present and not K even my nat and la away because 1 hare had It asserted that clerks and pages were sent to the oloaft rooms to bunt unhatji and bnllai i in order that the apJikw might htl aufner of New York referred to o Anderson and who JUd bMn pieaent all day protecting orable yet were named as present yethis windy breeze from the prairies with bis corkscrew getters attempted to hold over members of the house out of public scorn and Burrows of not the gentleman from Texas aware that he wns violating one ot the rules of the house In going is perfectly Immaterial to mo whether I did or If I sit in my chair and am counted us voting when I did I will get outof my f rom time to time Republican mem bers called for a but Turner re fused to yield the Moor and announced that be intended to talk for at least an hour If his voice held continued his Altogether Turner man aged to consume the three quarters of an hour he had undertaken to fill out and when he had concluded amidst the applause of the on motion ot Brozlus the house THIILE SGKKCV The Lateit Addition In be Made to the New plans and specifications for the new tun crui ser authorized by congress are completed and a circular will be issued to shipbuild ers in a few days giving full details of her The plans call for an un armored vessel 400 feet long on mean load line flftyelght feet molded twentythree feet mean draught extreme twentyfour feet about tons displacementcapable of twentyone knots sustained speed indicated horse The power will be transmitted through three oae placed amid as is usual in single screw steam and two further as in twin screw The center screw will be about four and a halt feet below the other Each shaft will bo fitted with a disengaging ao that the pro pellers may he free to revolve when not not in The arrangement has tho advantage of permitting the machinery to be worked at its and most economical number of If great speed is wanted the three screws can be or if small one can be The vessel is supplied with three seta of triple inverted cylinder each placed in a water tight compartment The cylinders will have diameters as follows Each high pressure 42 inches each intermediate 50 inches each low The total Indicated horse power is at 139 revolutions a min and a forced draught of one inch of There will be eight main double ended and two auxiliary boilers on the berth All the boilers will be made of finest and will be Koted atlliO The vessel will have a coal capacity of suf tlclent for a cruise of 108 The deck will be protected by an armor Inches on the and tour inches on the The space between the deck and the gun deck Is intended for coal bunkers and A coffer dam five few in width runs nround the sides of the ves In the bunkers this will be filled with patent forming a wall five feet thick against machine gun For ward and aft of the bunkers will be filled with a waterproof The whole hull will be double below water as secur ity against The outside armor will be of plates varying from four to two inches Spacious and well ventilated quartern are provided for the officers and These will be provid ed with incandescent lights and the moat approved modern appliances for exhaust ing vitiated The veistl IB intended to destroy the commerce uf an and in general appearance will resemble closely an or dinary merchant to permit her to get within range ot merchant vessels without exciting suspicion Ponaloua or Kan Pensions have been granted citizens of Kansas as follows De Calvin Clay Center John Har Oketo Charley Halcyon Robert Lebanon James Lo Wellington David Olathe Osborne Jonas Leba non Thomas Melvern An drew Leavenworth W Oswego John Leaven worth Lane John Hartford Rossville Robert Johnson City John Baileyville Henry Wetmore Johnathan Mat Sebetha Norman Me Pherson Daniel Corning Wm Cairo Dan iel Fredoaia John Qreat Bend George Milan Henry Benaca Pater Can tor Jesse Reissue and Mor rioul Baverlv James Emporla Samuel Radl cat Special widow of Bo dun widow of Henry Bellow Havensvillc Mary widow of Reuben Beverly Mary widow of Abraham Uurlinitame Martha mother of Erastus Neosho 8TSUOK A Wonderful Well Juown In the Indian Btranga nomenon is reported from the Indian Na A few ago a white living near a station on the Frisco road in the Choctaw Na employed an Irish Mike to sink a well on his Duhaney began work and hnd reached a djpth of 00 At noon after eating hia Bietanls began lowering him baon Into the well Mi resume but ha had hardly gone down 80 feet when he screamed to them to pull him out quick that he burning As hurriedly aa possible he was hoisted but on reaching the surface waa unooniciout and it required tiro hours hard work to restore He was found In a pitiable big clothing being icorohad until they uio uiuiuAMg Mwwiuuou UUttll buBV crumbled at the touch and his body wu fearfully The Intense heat seemed to rise from the and a coit lying on the and the rope wound around were all charred until hey broke into fragments at a Simply an in tense heat was Tho denizens of the neighborhood are not but badly as they do not know what will next their mildest idea being that a volcano slum bers Storm at Ne NBBB were visited by an immense rain Sunday Ths water Just poured Hooding cellars and transforming every little rivulet and draw Into a raving A groat deal of hail fell Accompanying the rain was a high assuming tornado peiqulsltes Out houses were turned a few fences disar and one small building blown off its At the sugar the ruin was The walla of the main building were blown one section falling upon the boiler which up to this time suffered The north wall leaving the roof an easy prey to the and rolled up like a This is practi cally the last straw with the It was hoped that the machinery was not so it might be replaced by it is rendered almost Wheat has taken another upward jump aud the Drat grade of llsur is now worth per Bran and aborts seventy to eighty These together with the excellent condition nt the soil and the failure sf the sugar busi is giving our farmers a big wheat Bherlfl Clouston is expected today with a young man whom he has arrested on the charge of Mende Meads county bus had a refreshing rain fall that reminds one of the wet days of 1881 in southwest The recent rains are putting the county into good shape for wheat sowing and there is a dig position on the part of our sturdy grang ers to make southern Kansas the wheat bin of the The man who has lost all faith in the possibilities of western Kansas ia oa far from the ulti mate truth as he can It la only a question of a few years before these treeless plains will considered equal to the beat that America can either as regards climate or productive The men of faith are always the men of power and ot So my if your pulse beats slow and there is your throat you had better pull your freight for some land where brains and and en ergy are at n and let your neighbors enter into the promised land of plenty and Kanaa Batlroad is the abstract of tlie assessment of the varioua railroads in Kansas as deter tormined by tho state board of the rate per mile varying from to Total number at mllea In main 81 Total number of mltae of aide track value of main 00 AKfirenalB value of i Uln 00 Aggregate valiioof no AKBrexttte value of rolling utock 112 yalue ol etc li Aggregate value ot telegraph Aggregate value of Pulluiaa car Gnot owned by railroad value ol 67 Average valao per mile of aU prop iDcrnane la number of mllea of road during the year lie In taxable valuation ilurlnc 08 M M Honor JUNCTION men named Hamilton and who were employed on the Louisville and Nashville and who so far as were friends had a duel yesterday which resulted in the death of Hamilton accused Ferguson of making disparaging remarks about his The lie was passed aud both men drew their Ferguson was shot four times and Hamilton Both died In a few The duel took place in the railroad yards and was ao quickly fought that no one had time to Bullian Morgan aged recently a waiter at the Hinnewawa hotel at Per tie waa failed last evening for attempted crimi nal the complainant being Isabel aged Morgan changed clothesandtook afrelghtat Warrensburg fur Kansas He was overtaken at Pleasant A Slot In socialists held a midnight moating last The bpaecheB were all of a moderate charac When the meeting broke up a ser ious collision occurred between the po lice and the Bvords were used and stones were Many were injured on both The leading rlotere were The Pair worlds fair directors met today and decided to vote on the location of the fair A res olution was passed urging the park com missioners to tender Washington park as a Bacei at day Grand Circuit won the second best time The trot waa won by Serna Leopard second best time at of todsya races Tea Key Daisy Weather till 8 Kansas Fair weather generally warmer variable LABOR The Situation on the Now York Central Remains Switchmen In the Chicago Stock YnrdB Uflinnnri More Wages and The Railroad Prenarlnsr to Contest the Matter tn The Kven Ir It Tie Up Every Chicago Line anil Connecting nnd Alton Bwltohtnen Make a Bad of the Illlnol Central Petition for a New Schedule of NBW including curiosity seekers and a heavy police attended the mass meeting of the Knights of Libor at Union Square It did not equal either In number or enthusiasm the expectation of the projectors of the Interest centered mainly in leader of the The former employes of the New York Centra in this city marched in a body to the square behind a drum The men were loudly Ths precautions of the police were Inspector Williams was In charge and he men in line in full view opposite the speakers stand and three captains were beside him BB In the station house the reserves were all In When Powderly arose to speak he was greeted with He said there was no cause for being disheartened be cause the Terre Haute convention had not orderedjageneral sirihe Tho had their support th w3 all they The Central did not speak truly when they mid freight was being Ho ukid the mer chants to demand their g ila and itthe road could not deliver its charter could be Regarding CUief Arthur ot the engi he aaid Arthur had recently sat on a platform with railroad officials at New Haven and they put their arms around his In conclusion Powderly declared the to be not alone by the people of New York but by the people ot He Look for Oreat Trouble In Hallway Labor Chicago railroad and all the connections and every railroad in the United States will be tied unless there i a withdrawal of the demands of the Diking switch men ot the Stock Yards Switching Asso These were tha words of 0en oral Managor Chappell of the Chicago and Alton railroad In speaking of the strike at the stock inaugurated last evening by the switchmen employed by the Stock Yards Switching Associa after the strike of the engineers and firemen had been The railway will not grant the de mands of the switchmen aad will not yield to their continued No amount ot injury to property or months of idleness and even the absolute loss of every centof revenue by every Chicago road will swerve the railways from this This matter was discussed at a meeting of general managers last after word had been received that the stock yards switchmen had The gen eral managers of nearly all the roads were present aad they were fortified by the presence of many presidents and All were authorized at a previous consultation to enter into an agreement to fight to the no what the result may It i the first time that railwavs ever They will stand firm as a if it ties up every road In the country indefinitely and bankrupts all of those waging It has come to a question of the roads being bankrupted by irresponsible employes and the roads decided to fight right I expect every Chicago road will bo tied How much further the war will extend no one can Our course agreed upon was made necessary by the demands and lawless conduct ot the They quit work without a moments leaving thou sands of dollars worth of freight to per ish on the They do not meet us first in but iullict injury that ia beyond calculation in dollars and There seems to be noipower in the courts to check these men To get that power Is the reason of the combine entered into by the The Strike at the Stock rumor that the striking stock yards switchmen bad repented of their haste and asked to be taken back by the switching association at the old rate of wages is found to be The Switchman are still out tonight and Packing town Is idle once The rosils hove dissolved their switching association and declared tho strikers The great trou ble now is will the employes of the vari ous roads consent to this formerly dono by the or will they declare they are taking the place of strikers in doing this switching aud refuse to enter the If the latter position be as sumed oy the employes of the various lines ever road entering Chicago may be tied Strike on the switchmen on the Chicago and Alton struck this morn A detachment of police has been sent to the yards of the The cause of the as explained by the train ie that the company put one of Its old employes In charge of the yard at whereas the men wanted a man of their own The company refused Co giant it and a strike the The passenger trains are moving all right but the freights are tied A Urlck NBW brick tie up today In aa perfect as it can well Ninety per cent of the producer have signed the managers and the remainder are expected to come In today or There la a prob ability thai about linck under contract will be received to and these will tia lust shipment until the boycott of the Knights of Labor against the Verplanck factory is What They following dis patch was read this morning at the otllces of the Lake Shore road from George general passenger agent of the New York Central Our operating de partment has authorized the freight de partment to resume the carrying of per ishable Our traffic is being handled without Our passenger trains are on Want Mora delegation of Illinois Central trainmen called upon General Manager Beck this morning with the new schedule of wages they Beck promised to give them an an swer ten days The new scale provides for an Increase of wages all ilong the line of from i 30 per Tho Alton Strike Not a Serious Alton strike is not expected to be The Switch mens Union has notified the strikers that they have no Just General Manager Chappel says that none of the strikers will be taken back under any A TBJEHH 8coro reaches here thia evening of a shooting affray which occurred Sunday at a mall ranch In Xipata sixty miles below this Saunders of this city and Encarnacion Vela met there at a Vela was drunk and threw out some slurs at Sjuadere and cursed and finally drew his Saunders then draw his and the firing Vela was shot through the the ball coming out of his and was also grazed on the Saunders was Vela flreii three shots and Saunders Vela was on horseback and his animal was shot under It ia reported that they were old smugglers together and had some old scores be tween Saunders was at his y examination was re leased on a Velas friends threatened to revenge their wounded but failed to do The Boiler boiler ox plosion occurred in the saw mill and grist mill of White at Pikes Drown twenty miles west of this last Saturday Fravel hud both Ings one above and ono below the and was completely cov ered by the falling 0 ne Hurley had a hand blown Thomas was blown some distance away ana both legs Homer Frank LSngind FrankMayflelri were badly and all were horrible mangled by Hying The boiler was Blown into three pieces and carried over COO feet AU the injured par ties ara alive but it ia thought Homer Frank Muyfiela aud Fravel cannot Lovera a young residing six miles west of and Miss Mary Work a goldenhaired miss of 15 years from the same evaded the vigil ance of the young ladys and took the Chicago and Alton train here this accompanied by a friend of young Har started for some point ever the line in where they hnpa to find the law regarding the marriage of minors less stringent than Mian on attaining her will inherit a large tract of land near and her rel who are prominent and wealthy strongly objected to young Har hours attentions to the Robbed of a was robbed of over in greenbacks while asleep in the rear of un East Sadalla and there la no clew to the Less than a month ago a friend from Daley while he was and the mouey was deposited in a bank for safe As soon as he waa sobered up Daley withdrew the cash aad had carried it on his person which fact was known to many who laid for tiedalia Is fully overrun with but none of them are ever There has been more than a dozen bur giaries the in the past week and not a single Arroetod on a Uharifo of KAXSAH Tideumn and Charles War cashier and stockholders respect of the Nichols Banking which failed last were arrested today on a charge of by one of the Lewis deposited with the bank on the day before its He claims that the bank thea knew It was insolv and received mouey with no in tention of paying it back wbeu demand The defendants gave bond in the sum of for their appearance at a preliminary trial next aloVloker1 Theater broke out In McVickere morning at LOBS to the proprietor and to tho occupants of the the atre A Jack Dufley had his skull fractured by a falling wal and will probably The theater IB a total The loss to the dhenan doah which waa playing an enKagement at the IB close to insurance Kloplujr Hnebajid eloping bus bands were captured by the Deaplalne atreet station police tbii morning am two wives were made The wive ware Bertha ttteeble and Ell both of The but bandt were the male partners of the la before Steeple eloped liree weeks ago with Lillie Hubery and eloped three monthn ago witn n unknown Tho wives tracked ielr husbands to and this morn Jg at their Capt Hayes of be Desplaines street detailed wo officers to accompany tha in earch fur their Steeble was und at 250 Randolph street and Drea man at 235 Washington Dresman made up with his wife and was not ar but Steeble was caught with his aramour and both were taken to the Bresman was held to the crlm nal court in His how has won over hie eloping nd when he gets loose they will abide BIB Union Kill Wife and Five Children and Ia unerals are scheduled to occur at Tira a small mining camp in Gallaln as the result of a ma lacs murderous This morning a niner named whoso reason had ieen dethroned by a succession of de laucbes set to work to exterminate bin thole bedashed out the bruins of lis wife with an nnd followed Itup by ailing his five who ran to their mothers tia beat the little nes down with the and to coin ilete the awful no stabbed each of hem repeatedly with a butcher shedding of human blood seemed o have transformed the maniac into a for when discovered by neigh bors who heard the childrens Quinn was groveling on the floor of his cabin ating the arm of his eldest whose body he had cut in So hocked were those who went to the cab n by the sickening spectacle that for a moment they made no effort to end the He started to run rom the when one of those pre eut drew a revolver and shot and In tantly killed The affair has cautod lie moat intense excitement in tho little The bodies of the manain and his ix victims are lying on the cabin floor list as they awaiting the arrival of ie who was summoned from BUOT AT SHOUT A Murder lit Load Ark by a Re vengeful LKAD clock last night Uoil is shot and tilled Tobe Johnson ohnEtteridge and BVj Trotter were to other intending to visit Martha aughter of and divorced wife of Ham Uollia must have xpected for ha was waiting be md a sycamore tree near his louse and opoued fire on them at Bhoit He fired only two John on shot through the and ex lired within an The second shot missed Etleridge md Trotter uiid mtulc iis Squire Holt impanelled a coroners The verdict wilful murder by A posse of twelve men are hunting the There ia little doubt thbt Hollia in ended to kill and will do It yet if ho gets a as iUteridge is alleged to have been intimate with the and Uollls had warned him he of GENERAL National Encampment ot the Sons of Veterans at A Attendance of Itolrirntps and Thousand In Meetingof the national Farmon CongreM at Conncll Oottnty KejmhlloAn Convention Held Yetftr of Southern Nexroen at North maua Uore Polltlaal Other bo fore In the history of the Sons ot Veter ans have auch great flTorto been made to secure attendance of the rank and file at the national encampment of the TheeltortB have proved successful and twentyfive states are represented by about delegates and To day was given up to receiving now arri vals and the Commaudorin Chiet Giillla and the eastern members of his staff little 14 battery and camp 41 of Indianapolis arrived over the Burling ton early this morning and wore followed by the New Jersey and cAiups arrived latter in the day and were received with griat The parade occurred at 3 oclock this Vive thousand men were m about Song of Voternns and hn equal number of tne members of the posts and various in this city and Major Han son was marshal ot the Comiuander in Chief John Governors Humphrey of FranciB ot aud of wore among those on the reviewing A unique feature of the parade was the presence of an of exConfodnrates from which was given a permanent MKINLKV KK An KnlhuMlnNtki Gathering of Reimb Ilimiin ut opera house in Massllon wus jammed full of Republicans when tho big McKinley convention opened at at 2 oclock this A telegram from Secretary Blainfl was causing im mense Judge MUD son of Me dina ing made the Kinlnyd name speech nominal When Mo pronounced the cheers and uliouts tnCuneo fairly shook the the vote was called for the walls with the mighty aye that went up cheered and cheered McKinley then followed with his speech of which was a mas terly A number of other speeches wero nvtile and the convention ended amid gieat Several years who lives one mile south of Lead shot and killed a neighbor named vhom he had accused of stealing Wllbourne started out to make Hollis ike it and got Hollis wan acquitted on the ground of self AKUE3TKD HY A HoBt Notorlouv Criminal Rale In a Ken tucky has ust been received here from ierry of the arrest of the notor Jack He is one of the leaders in the French is a dan jerous murderer and is said to have dlled four The court olllcers have been of Jim and havo never made an effort to the one case on which he was ar Under the old regime he wan al to give bull and Sarah woman of 00 went on bis The energy displayed by Judge Llllv frightened Brewer and ha determined to leave the not caring to lirse the bnud she had given for Brew ers and after all the men re fused to arrejt determined to make the arrest Armed with a Win chester and several revolvers she started towaras Brewers He heard of her coming and sought refuge in The old lady followed him through the wooda find after a 20 hour chase came up with and at the muzzle of herritle forced him to Securely bind ng him she marched him bick to Htizard and he occupies u cell iu the jail A Hwlutller of who some time ago swindled au investment com pany of Wichita out of a large Bum of money on a mutilated abstract of has been arrested He waa arrested and released on a writ of habeas corpus but rearrested and gave He then went to where he fell upon a deal for acres of Be fore this was consummated he secured on a bogus check and Ha then organized a land company which proposed to sell acres of Texas lionds were issued and a Texas farmer was swindled out of in transactions la that When arrested here yesterday Rowland was in the act of perfecting a deal In real 1lght With a Had Smith of was fatally Injured by f mad which viciously attacked him while the two were alone in the The door being closed Smith had no means of escape and he fought the beatt with hit tints for the best part ot an finally securing a single with which he killed the Smith was ao badly kicked and stamped upon that his recovery It doubt National Farmers COUNCIL tenth annual session of the National Farmers Congress began here president of the con Governor Boia delivered an address ot welcome and President Kalb delivered his annual Com mittees were appointed and adjournment was had until At the afternoon session a resolution from the board of trade demanding the passage by congress of the antioption bill was presented for but after a heated discussion was referred to the committee on resolu Addresses closed the Dontnlmn Jaunty Doniphan county Republicans today elected dele gates to the congressional and judi elal The resolutions en dorse Plumb and favor the election of the state railway commis sioner by vote of the favor the reelection of all otato olllcera who are lerving first terms and the nomination of Johnson for etato ut Republican county convention today put a county ickot in the Ueld and electod delegates to the state The reolutiona indorse the state and national admiuis oppose resubmiusion and favor Ingalls return to the The dele gates to the atate convention are unln structed but are believfd to favor Stew art for treasurer and Waller for Flnney bounty OAIIDBN The Republicans of Finnpy county selected delegates to the state They were Instructed for Humphrey for gov Hiiririns for secretary of state and Burtis of Finney county for The renolutious endorse Ingalls and Plumb and demand immediate congressional Icgialtillon on Want More Political state con vention of negroos was held here Resolutions were adopted endorsing the national the forca bill and the Glair educational More political recognition wan demanded from the Republican Editor Ohapuiaii For Cong ipecial from say a the Democrats from the Second district today nominated editor of Scott for Will Obey Die Order KANSAS Toe Journal will eay to morrow that the Kansas rail roads have decided to obey the order of the state board of railroad commission em by which local distance freight in tho state were reduced about W per cent The new rates will probably go into effect September at 20 This winners of todays were Vero English Pearl   

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