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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 29, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                LARGEST T NEWS is read by more people than any other Kansas Hu Best Advertising ji A in the yicM j i tin bcit I FRIDAY AUGUST Yesterdays ProooodlnffB In Both Branches of The Senate Makes Some 1rosrrCBS in Its Endeavors to Korlse the Lard Bill Passed by the HouseThe Cannon Incident Again Hason Kloks for the Hake of Klcklng The ElghtBeur Bill AuiendmentThe Conference on the Land Grant ForfeitureAshed to Re signOther on the tariff bill was from the finance commit gave notice of the two amendments he would offer to the and which were read for One of the amendments Is in the shape a new section stating that tbe exemp lion from duty on tea and hides are made with a view to secure re ciprocal trade with countries producing these and it authorizea the pres ident to suspend by proclamation the provisions of the law for the free introduction of tea and the product of countries whose laws may be reslprocally unequal and The duties on sugar are to be fixed as under existing The duty on coffee is to be three centa a on tea ten centa a pound and on bidea one and onehalf cents a The second amendment ia a proviso to the first paragraph and it subjects fish to a duty of one and onehalf cents a pound when exported from or the product of any country whenever and only so long aa Ainericun fishing vessels shall be admitted into all the ports of such county to purchase including Lilt and to land fiah for ahipment in bond to the United States without re The consideration ot the bill waa resumed at paragraph page 60 relating to Finally the paragraph wae amended by making the duty on cleaned rice two cents a on uncleaned rice one and onequarter on paddy three quar ter cents and on rice rice meal and broken rice onequarter cents per this being a modification of the commit tees 23 Plumb moved to increase the duty on castor beaua paragraph 200 from 32 to 50 cents per Agreed The committee amendment to para graph 2iO to reduce the duty op flax linseed nnd other oil seeds from 30 to 25 centa a bushel at the suggestion of The substitute of the finance commit tee for paragraph 280 as to lem t ons and limes was agreed Party lines were entirely disregarded on the many Republican senators voting againat tbe committees amend menta and many Democrats for In paragraph relating to the finance committee recommended the striking out of the proviso for a SIcPherson moved to strike olt the whole paragraph taxing ealt fifteen cents per one hundred pounda in pack ages and eight centa in so aa to leave salt on the free Thenete on MoPhersons motion waa 13 no The bill Tvas laid The house lard bill was presented to the senate and referred to the committee on The senate then THE lard bill was taken up aa unfinished business and waa The question of the Cannon reeolution waa again brought forward by a personal explanation from Williams of whose name appeared in the He explained hia abaence from house on account of illness in his He crltized Cannons vulgarity ofyeator Cannon replied that he did not fear yesterdays He was afraid only ot lies outside the do you mean by that mean exactly what I was entirely But he had not stated that he had not been He asked the privilege of giving his bother and he insisted on that The words were taken down and read at the clerks but no action was Richardson called attention to the scene in the houae yesterday and suggested that the tlemen engaged in the altercation should be allowed an opportunity to explain their but the suggestion was not heeded and finally personal lions being diepoeed of for the preaent the house proceeded to business and in the morning hour resumed the considera tion of the bill for adjustment of claims of laborers In the eight hour The morning hour soon expired and the bill went The house then under the special order proceeded to the consideration of the bill called up under the special order by Connell of constituting eight hours a day work for all laborers employed by or on behalf of the govern ment or by the contractors doing work or furnishing material for the govern and providing penalties for the vi olations of its Cutcheon of moved to strike out the clause which provided that no contractor shall permit any laborer to work more than eight Agreed 87 to On motion of McComas an amend ment was adopted striking out the clause requiring contracts for furnishing mate rial to the government to be on tbe basis of the nighthour The bill was then Henderson of submitted the conference report on the bill for the re lief of the sufferers in and U was agreed The house then OPERATION OP THE SILVER The Director of the fillnt Btakns an Leach of tbe mint thinks the silver situation is not He says There seems to be a general misappre hension as to the operation of the new silver law in case the price of silver should advance to Some of the papera state that in such case the govern ment will cease while others hold that we will then have free If silver should reach parity with gold tbe government would continue to buy ounces a month or so much thereof as might bo offered under the provisions of the present The new in which it stated that the men would return to work when those who had been discharged were To this communication Superintendent Ams den replied that tbe men had been dis charged for failing tot perform their Onrecoiptof this news the strike waa There is no change in matters at the Chicago and Alton road this everything remaining practically aa it wae last Numerous State Conventions Held Indiana Democracy Meets to domi nate Minor State Officers and Adopt THE BOMB OF L Webb of Topeka Elected Commander InChiefThe Prize first busi ness before the encampment of the Soni of Veterans today was the election of a commander Webb of To colonel of the Kansas and Bundy of the Ohio division were the favorite The contest lasted all day and finally resulted In Webbs The election of the other officers was postponed until to The judges of the prize drill awarded prizes as follows Paul first second third The committee to which had been re ferred the appeal of Past Commander Payne reported the matter back for set tlement by thu full A motion to postpone indefinitely tbe consideration of the report was Payne and counsel tomorrow will apply to United States District Judge PPy Phillips at Kaneas City for a writ of mandamus to compel the encampment to give Payne a The Ladies Aid society this afternoon elected officers as follows Jones of Hayes of Bloom Chief Atwood of of Mlohliran Homlunto James Turner for Governor on the Flrtt of Missouri In Council at Jefferson Nominate Carolina Bepubll c of Wisconsin Complete Their Coun ty Democratic state convention wns called to order in Tomllneon hall at 10 oclock this morning by Chairman Jewett of the state who immediately an nounced exGovernor Isaac Gray as Governor Gray on taking the chair spoke for over an dealing principally with state His refer ence to exPresident Cleveland was re ceived with tremenduous The which is very was received with great The platform in brief is as follows the Democracy nf in convention as charge that the electoral vote of Indiana was obtained for Harrison and Morton by the most flagrant crimes against the ballot box ever perpetrated in an American commonwealth that these crimes were committed under the direct auspices of William Wade Dudley that the Harrison administration is accessory after the fact to these Crimea for shield ing the perpetrators from We denounce the MoKlnley tariff bill we denounce the federal election bill we indorse the acts of the last law does not provide that purchases shall cease when silver reaches but that the government shall not pay m ex cues of for 371 ij grains of pure what is the same shall not pay in excess of per hue The amount of pure silver in the silver dollar being ilTllj if the govern ment paid per line ounce 480 trains it would be paying exactly fur 71 grains that in to the market value of the pure silver in the silver dollar would be exactly equal to the face value of the that tne government could lose nothing by continuing to buy at that rate which the law While this would not be fiee and in the absence of further legislation there is no provision for free it would bo practically free coinage for ounces of silver a month that in we would receive from depositors ounces of silver and give them for it the uxact amount of money which ounces would make in Of course the government could not pay in excess of that because If it did the A NKBVV LITTLE Tex Refuses to Rccognlfte the Governors ing the report of State Health Officer Rutherford that there is no danger from email pox or other Infectious disease in a small town twentyeight miles south of here gives notice of a Governor Koss has notified the town to raise which the mayor of Marlin refuses to morning state health officer his and several citizens too the train for Rutherford took a proclamation frpmOovernsr Rosa order ing the quarantine raised without which was read to the city coua cil and citizens assembled at the Mayor Shelton of Marlln informed Rutherford by authority of the city council of he refused to recog nize tbe and would not raise the The marshal of by put the Waco passen gers back on the train and they were compelled to go on and return this after Governor Ross will order troops to the scene to show which is the stronger in the state government or the city the course of Senators Voorheca and Claude Mathews was nominated for secretary of state on the second Henderson was nominated for au ditor on the first Mitchell was chosen by acclama tion to succeed himself as justice of the supreme The ticket was com pleted as follows Albert Gall of Indian treasurer Green Hmith of North attorney general Sweeney of clerk of the supreme court Verces of Johnson superintendent of public Ailculcau Republican state convention met here Aus tin Blair waa chosen temporary chair James Turner of was nominated for governor Linton of lieutenant governor Wash ington Garner of Battle secretary of The ticket was completed as follows Joseph Moore ot state treas urer Theron auditor Pro fessor superintendent of public instruction James state board of education Edward jus tice supreme Senator James Mc Millan was unanimously chosen chair man of the state central date received here today by Senor the Gutttemalin an nounces that President Birillas laat night ratified tbe stipulations of peace with Salvador presented by the diplematic whicu stipulations were approved before band by The princi pal condition is that the defacto Balva dorian government binds itself to imme diately convene tbe legislative assembly which existed before July This as Bembly will decide on thn presidency of Vice President it is be will elected president unless a new coup detat is which would be a grave ANDERSONS William Phillips the Nominee of the Clay Center From the KansM Cfty CLAY tions have been as plenty all day as blackberries in a Michigan but they were not nearly so The convention was called to order at by chairman of the dis trict every delegate being present of Washing1 ton was selected temporary chair man ana of Ottawa was made temporary Upon motion of the temporary organiz ation waa immediately made permanent and the list of delegates declared the body of the doing away with a committee on The committee on resolutions was ap pointed aa follows of Salina Wil of Clay of Riley G of Dickinson o When the report wan inadi the platform was found to be a long one reciting the usual allegiance to the gen eral and state and especi ally commending Governor Hum phrey and Senators Ingalls and Plumb It declares against all unuaual and illega combines and and maintains tha no corporation should bo permitted to get more than a reasonable per cent on the actual capital invested and reasonable wages for its officer and employes and that dividends an watered stock are robberies favors adjustment and reduction of tbe tariff schedules as shall best subserve thi varied intereets of a great keep ing in view the agricultural and laboring claasee declaring in favor of an hones ballot declaring that all political partie should be opan to all classes of voter without regard to condition or occupaiion declaring iu favor of electing ihe commissioners by the and such changes in the laws aa will enable the commissioners to pro an so of tbe inability ot the Anderson eadere to deliver all their votes try an hey some half dozen or more ould not see why they should deliver the enemy all the federal patronage in he They could not swallow this Darter and and refused to reward the man who did not want the nomination nd who was forced to establish head juarterB to prevent bin hillips will draw forth fire from the emocratic as he has always had he faculty of firing with fatal aim at the emocrats at all Colonel Phillips came to Kansas in 855 as correspondent of the New York since which time he has been a resident of the He was one of the company that founded his home ever He served through the war aa colonel of a regiment of Cherokee In although he had been offered a salary of a year by Greeley to act as special war corres pondent of the He received he unanimous nomination for congress m serving in the forty forty Fourth and fortyfifth lie was finally defeated by John Anderson at the Manhattan convention in by much the same work that this year de feated Turner in the Sixth He waa then urgently requested to run but refused because of his While a mem ber of congress in PAID THE was favor of free the ot challenge that Mason here entered the He said he had absented himself pur posely from the chamber in order to break a quorum to defeat the lard The bill waa a vicious piece of legisla He had not been heaid on it in the committee of Funston contradicted the Maaon admitted that he had been heard on the original Conger but not upon the bill which had just Henderson of suggested that the gentleman had discussed the whole lard Maaon said that he had diacuseed some portions of the question but that he had no opportunity to discuss the new elements of the This lack of op portunity was caused by a rule known to Republican party tbe rule wan all right for he had stood by but sometimes it was hard to take your own He had made up his minu when the medicine waa prepared for him to make aa lively a job of kicking as he and he bad done that He would not apolo gize for it and he would make no further except to his Here he was interrupted by Funston continued with his obser vations despite the declarations of the chairman that he was out of FuDBtou protested against being gat upon by the gentleman from Illi If the gentleman stated that the committee on agriculture had not given him an opportunity to be heard he stated a Maaon said that he thought he waa taking up tbe time of tbe committee en therefore hie had given up the fight Oheadle of and Euloe ot insisted on Funatona last remark being taken Mason laid that he understood the gentleman remark to be if he had laid he bad not been beard by tbe committee he itated a and tbe gentleman value of the silver in the silver dollar would be greater than its value ae a which would be a losing Pensions for Pensions have been granted citizens of Kansas as fallows Burrton Finley Lawrence Herdln Stark Barton Un iontown Frank Washington special act Napoleon Amer ica widow of Jacob Asked to request of the secretary of the Governor of baa resigned bia Secretary Noble said Mr Wolfleya personal and olllcial character had not been brought into question and his resig nation waa asked for on the ground that it waa best for all Laud Grant confer reoa on tbe land grant forfeiture have agreed upon a compromise It ia the houae bill with some modifica tion providing for a general forfeiture of unearned the principal features of which have been given Plumbs Senator Plumb today offered an amendment to the tariff bill taking hldea off of the free list and making them dutiable at one THE OKLAHOMA Not Yet Capital Contest the Absorbing legisla today but failed to form a per manent No quorum could be obtained in the house and tbe council merely met and Thia singular proceeding ie the result of the fight over the speakership and president of the The capital question between Guthrie and Oklahoma City is the principal ele ment in the although party lines have not altogether been The day was passed in caucusing and but everything ia still in a chaotic state of Both houses will meet again tomorrow At present it seems that an Alliance man lay be althougb the Rapub cans claim to huve enough votes to loose Post of Kingfisher for the Wisconsin Demo cratic convention reassembled shortly after 10 oclock this morning and pro ceeded to finish their state ticket Thomaa Cunningham of Cuippswa Falls was nominated for secretary of John Hunter of Eau Claire for state treasurer and OConner of Madisou for attorney 0 ot was nominated lor superin tendent of public instruction Thomas of Eau was nominated for railway commissioner of waa named for insurance commissioner by The con vention then cent per The president returned to Washington Strike on the Lake Twentyseven switchmen In the employe of the Lake Shore road went out on a etrike laet completely tleing up all business ot the road aa far aa Chicago was con The trouble grew out of the stock yards Superinteriden Amaden took a crew of men down to thi stock yards yesterday Jua before reaching there the men quit and left their engine standing on tbe Some time afterward another crew wae started but abandoned the engines a Fortythird When the nigh shift came to work they learned that 5u perintendent Ameden bad discharged al the men who bad left their They Immediately called a meeting am the men in tbe yards at Twelfth etree street and Englewood walket in a A general meeting waa calle and a communication wag drawn up anu addressed to Superintendent Amtden WHOLESALE iew Scheme of Nelson the Chi cago Big A new enterprise nvolving has been entered nto by Nelson tbe The new scheme ia the establishment of laughter and packing as well aa lock at the seaboard east and Monday the Interstate Stock fsrds the name of the new or filed articles with the state de mrtment at with a copi al of The new company will once begin building houses in New where all tbe meate for foreign export across the Atlantic will be aluugh Tbe Trouble at tbe ChlcuKO Stock switching association baa been permanently die but it will be reorganized under another title and on a different aaid Manager John of the Rock IB and Tbe new arrangement may not be in working shape for ten days continued It will differ from the association in that it will be1 entirely under tbe con trol of the Neither stock yards corporation nor tbe will be permitted to have anything to do with it The officers of the new system will be elected by the executive com mittee of the general railway superin tendents and aa which will have absolute control of the Tbe men at work on the new system will be employes not ot tbe nor any other but of the different by which they will be aealgned to duty at the stock This will do away with the ill feeling between the stock yard switchmen and their fel low craftsmen on the other Great Rejoicing at people of Salina and Saline county are rejoicing over the nomination of A Phil lipa to Upon his return today he was met at the depot by the Fourth regiment band and large procession on foot and in At the public square Professor Fitzpatrick de livered a short address of welcome which was briefly responded to by Phil It was followed by three Boutu Dakota Re publican state convention today renom Inated Congressman but Gifford was defeated by Gam ble of Governor Axtell waa renominated and Hoffman waa chosen for for sec retary of state Ringaroud was renom inated and was nominated for tect the interests of the people and ship pers againat unjust and unreasonable rates and regulations indorsing the Mor iill disability pension An attempt was made to add a resolu tion releasing the nominee from party caucus and it was voted down by an over whelming Nominating speech es where then made although the dele gates had been up all night fixing of nominated William Beara nominated J udge and Smith of in an appeal for purity and presented the name of John Several gentle men took advantage of the opportunity presented and made speeches seconding the The flrut ballot resulted 32 29 The counties voting for Phillips were 6 3 4 9 7 For Anderson 3 For Sturges 5 1 Sixteen ballots were taken without change when adjournment waa taken for the fine The vote for adjourn ment stood Ayes nays The Phillipa forces voted in the nega coinage of In fact the first free coinage bill waa formulated by the aub committee of whlcb he was a Its terms being changed by after passing in the to a limited He was the author of the postal savings bank which would have addetlto the currency within a abort time after the establishment of the bad his bill become a He at the same time advocated a postal tele graph system under the control of the general Phillips has acquired a reputation as an as well by books as by hia long newspaper work in the early He wrote iho Conquest of a work that attracted much Since retiring from congress he baa published a work that has had an un usual demand both in this country and England under the title of Land and Law or a Search for Missing Wealth of the Working Paillipa ia a niun of The eldest eon ia a payuiaster iu the navy his second son is practicing medicine in Salina the third eon has graduated from the Philadelphia medical college his only daughter is a young lady of bright prom still a student at Bethany His homo Mount at is a castle containing probably the finest private library in The nomination just made will add a strong member to the Kansas His election is beyond any while the Alliance has nominated John Daviaof Junction a Knight ot La the Democrats will certainly make Two Murderers Hanged at tbe Ohio Both Men Confem Their Crimes and Forgive the Officials Who Execute the Itojr Murderer of Gleve and Smith of De part This Life ulth the Assistance of a Verr Proficient A History of the Crimes for Which They Were Other Condemned Men Reprieved for a Few the four men to be executed at the penitentiary annex tonight between 12 and 0 Elmer the Preble county matri has been reprieved to and Isaac Smith the Pike county murderer to the boy mur derer of and Brockey Smith of Cincinnati pay the penalty of their There has been a great demand for admission to tbe prison to day and hundreds of people have vialted the though only a few have been permitted to see the The final parting with friends and relatives and the completion of the doails of tbe execution baa the Leuth and Smith bore themselves with great courage during the entire and were game up to the time the scaf fold was Leuth left a state giving a history of the admit ting the Leuth waa hanged Ho had only to say that he forgave and urged the officials to be quick with the He died in aevenieen min utes without a The trap waa sprung at The body waa removed and in less than twen tyfive minutea Smith was on the lie admitted hia expressed regrets at the forgave all and returned thanks to the warden and his The crime lor which Leuth waa exe cuted was the murder of Maggie Thorn the 8 year old daughter of Jacob Thomson of May He enticed her into bis attempted to ravish and meeting with resistance crushed her skull with several blows from a Leuth was about 17 and was born in On the night of December Brocky Smith killed Bridget Byron of an aged He stabbed hor in the face and neck and she died a few minutea Byron had accumulated some money and bonds which waa known to aiidwhich was tbe motive of tbe Holton Republi can convention met ber today to elect delegates to tbe state congressional con The resolutions endorse tbe national and atate adminstration aid highly recommend the public service of Senators Ingalln and Plumb and Rapre senative Bepubllcans at Repub lican oqunty convention met today and elected delegates to the state The resolutions contain an endorsement of Senators Ingalle and and The delegates were in structed for the one term state North Oarellua Repub lican state convention met here The Price at present United States district waa nominated for chief j uatlce and Faircloth for associate John Eaves was re elected chairman of tbe state executive Although the convention adjourned un til it was 8 oclock before the Mar shall and Dickinson delegates made their they apparently having but little more interest in the Weary with waiting there wae a call tor the which waa butit was there was no desire to take advantage of tbe upon the appearance of the missing the roll was There was no change In tbe seventeenth ballot until Washington county waa after some delay tbe chairman announced a casting eight votes for Phillips and two for Thia gave Phillips thirty eeven being one more than enough to Before the vote could be announced the convention went wild with enthusi Finally order was restored and the vote was The nomination was then made Phillips waa called for by the con and a committee waa sent after On hia entrance the delegates re calved him with The central committee was then ae lectedaafollowa Uloud Dicklnaon Geary Marshall Ottawa Repub lie George Hiley Balina At the request of tbe fol lowing resolution waa adopted That we congratulate our senators and members of congreaa upon their bold and patriotic atand upon the financial and business questions of spe cial importance to tbe and we bid our nominee enter the balls of congreaa untrammeled by any dictates not founded on the original principles of tbe and that be as baa been bii beat judgment on such questions for the benefit ot the A resolution waa also adopted declar y a probably a far tner in Geary an able A GIRLS A Theft Committed and Part of the Booty Given Nmw Detect ive Brown of the Erie railroad took a 10 yearold girl to tbe Jersey City police leadquarters to She had spent the night in tbe ladies room depot in Jersey City because ahe had no other place to She would not at first say where ahe bad come from or what ahe intended to but after peraialent ques tioning the detective induced her to She laid her waa Shape and that ehe had come from Das Her parents lived in but they sent ber out to service in the family of a brick manufac turer of Des Last Friday she met a man who said hia name was John Bell and hie home waa in Jersey He invited ber to come over to his She and he induced her to ateal a bag of money and a gold watch and chain from Kemps bouae and then met her at the railroad She gave him the bag of but retained the watch and They got on the COM511TKD 81X A Life of Crime Recalled by the Death of Henry Smith a moat notorious white died of consumption in the jail dungeon hero to Ho wat 34 yeara old and had committed five atrocious murders in the past six Six years ago he mur dered a woman and her daughter near for which the woman had refused He escaped A year later be shot and killed an old farmer at because train but while ahe was aaleep he left the train and she came on to Jer sey City She does not know bow much money there waa in the She turned the watch and chain over to Acting Chief who will investigate the Meantime the girl will be KING Be Smashes the Mile Record by Nearly Four MoNMOurn he resented an insult offered hia daughter by In 1837 Smith waa working near this While walking Into town one evening with an acquaintance he met a Watch that nigger f alll he and draw ing a shot him In 1888 Smith fell out with one John living near He went to Bpeera boarding and after killing ehot the landlady and Dennis Con a sick guest who bad witnessed the He was sentenced In the Connelly case last but the caae waa taken to the supreme court and reversed on a technical A wellknown writer of this state will write tbe blood curdling romance of hie Was He Hurdered 28 months ago Ernest an old Ger man blacksmith living at west of Iu this suddenly and myateriouely He had no relatives in tbia country and for a time it was thought be bad returned to Ger Information from bis relatives revealed the that they had beard nothing of him since his Range was in Vandallaon the day of hia baa smashed the reccrd for a Right after tbe third race he was brought on tbe track followed by Roaetta and Narnona to act aa pace The first pace maker carried him along at a rapid pace to tbe head of the where he waa joined by Shu helped him he running easily in the meanwhile until the laat furlong won when Bergen eat down to ride and he passed by the win ning poet like a steam For a few momenta there waa eilence tben wae hung up and cheer after chaer rent the Thia lowers the record three and three quarter The winners of races on tbe regular card were Lady Senorl Weather till 8 For Kaneaa tfair aouthwesterly wlnda cooler in northeait portion warmer In Missouri Hepublloansi JBTOEHSON Republican state convention met here to Senator HcGlnnis was made per manent of Peace CITY OF via Guatemalin diipateb of yejterdaya ing in favor ot commercial reciprocity with the republic of Mexico and demand ing that such relation be established as will enable the people of the two coun tries to freely exchange their These two resolution were made a part of the The rest of tbe night waa devoted to a all tbe del egates remaining except a portion ot Dickinson and Marahall The contention baa been a peculiar one and still one ia which good feeling prevailed Tbe oonteit has been a beated and a contest BY Roger OAIllls Beoomlnated for Uonsjreri In tbe Texu Democratic congreaaional convention for the Ninth liatrict met today at George Tyler of Belton pro oaed Roger Quarlea Mills ol for and in a engthy speech Bet forth tbe of be great ending aa follow A a a apot consecrated to hie people ind to his countrys I nominate Roger Q Mills for On motion the nomination wae made made work of Ool Tbe efforU of the Andenon men to finally name Sturgeu failed be and bad been drinking In the evening he started weat on the Vandalia walking far aa tbe old coal hole at the city Here all trace of hita nothing having been seen or heard of him from that day to the Range ia said to have bad some enemies and it Is as generally believed that the old man baa been murdered and his body bidden A Murderous KANSAS Rose today Benjamin Carter aged during a quarrel with his aged made a murderoua assault upon He got a caae and attempted o cut her The knife wae eo dull that it would not aerve hia purpose and after having made several ragged lacera tions about ber he threw tbe knife away and tben attacked ber with a base mil He beat her over the head wltb it repeatedly and finally left her uncon scious on tbe The girl is In a dan gerous Tbe boy was Wtll lurestlgau the NEW state board of mediation and arbitration served notictfupon VlcePieaident Webb fund District Maater Workman Lee to appear before tbe board next Tuesday at S oclock and produce evidence relative to he strike on the New York and Hudaon River Bent to Wil a nurse at Fort was brought before United State Judge charged with Mealing a gold pin let with from Minnie Bhe hai been in jail at Leaven Twenty Persons collision oc curred today between train and a paaeeoger train at aix inllen weat of this Twenty persons were at of to worth flftyeeven She entered a I days races Gypeer tbe Black plea of guilty and waa aentenced to Daughter of Baalish Flood thirty In the Uavenworth Gate and   

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