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Publication: Hutchinson News August 30, 1890

Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 30, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas LARGEST TUB NEWS is read by more people than any other Kansas HUTCHINSON NEWS w Best Advertising in the NEWS yield the best I SATURDAY AUGUST PLUMBS HIGH TARIFF DAY appropriation of limn mmrr un was as were also sixteen other private The house then took Ono Class of Goods on Which the Duty Oant be Too Succeeds in Securing Amendments Which Advance all tho Intoxlcnt Ing Liquor Jim Attempt to Place Palt on the Free Lilt liot tho Proviso Allowing Draw backs on used lu Exported Menta No Business of Importance Transacted In tbe Kd rannds Proposes a Recess tlU Novem her Blair rep resented a memorial of tho Womans National Industrial League for the sup pression and punishment of the armed assassins known as Pinkerton 8 Referred to the judiciary Edmunds offered the following concurrent which wo at over for the present That when the two houses adjourn on the 19th of it he to meet on the 10th of House bill authorizing the erection of a pontoon bridge across the Missouri river between the city of Charles and the county of In wa reported by Vest and was passed without The tariff bill was taken up at the pending question being on the flnhnce committee amendment to the paragraph which taxes salt in bags and packages twelve cents per hundred pounds and in bulk the amendment being to strike out the proviso allowing the drawbacks on salt used in exported McPnerson moved tn strike out the entire the effect of which would be to place salt on the free McPheraong amendment was nays Vest inquired of the finance com mittee why the proviso was to be struck out Why the export meat business was to be discriminated against Sherman did not consider the mat ter material as there was general provi sion in the bill allowmgdrawbackaonall or Vest said that that provision re quired an identification of the material on which duties were paid and he could salt used In preserving meats be Atdrlch said that there had been a division in the finance committee as to the propriety of the amendment but a majority been in favor of Allison said he had voted In com mittee against putting salt on the free list because salt was now as low asit could Vest argued in favor of free natural product which was found in quantities in every country in the world and almost every state In the Why then should the Eng lish salt be taxed when the dairy men and the pork pacfenrs and the beef pack ers would use it no matter what the duty on it wan Oullom argued against striking out the provision in the During the temporary suspension of the taritl a resolution was offered by Teller and referred to the committee on contingent for the payment of clerks to senators and of committee clerks during the coming The conference report on the joint res olution lor the relief of destitution in Oklahoma was presented and was agreed It directs the appropriation of the unexpended balance under the bill of April tor the relief of persona in the region overflowed by the Missis sippi in relieving citizens in rendered destitute by tho unexampled drought be expended as the law of the territory may After further discussion in the salt paragraph the vote was taken on the committees amendment to strike out the The proviso was not struck a tho evening eesBion to be for the consideration of private pension The house at its evemngaession passed seventytwo ptivate pension Bdmnnds Wauti resolution Introduced to day by Senator Edmunds providing for a recess of congress from 10 to 10 is the subject of wide comment at the To an Associated Press reported Senator Edmunds said he offered the resolution on his own respons It seemed to him due to the pub lic interest and In order that the large docket of important measures reported from committees pending before the pen ate that all available time botwaea now and the fourth of March next should be utilized in discussing and disposing of The suggestion that the president should call an extra session of Senator Edmunds sale he did not approve He would imply a censure of re proach on congreso or failure to transact the business before Congress has the power to take suck a recess without the intervention of the Another senator who was asked bow the resolution was leceived by the He publicans said he did not believe any one was in fuvor of Senator Pierce said that be was satis Bed the president would not call an extra session of congress whatever might be Such a resolution the senator thought would have for its ultimate ob j act only this the passage of the election that the Democrats would see that and they could and would talk the reso lution to deach to prevent action on the BLAINEON The Groat Maine Statesman Ex plains His Tariff The Chief Concern of the United States Now la to Extend Her Wonderful Prroperlry and Financial Growth Under the Influence of Protec Reciprocity not Antagonistic to bnt Bupplcraentary to Where the Balanco of Over HM Been Aealnat Mis taken ef the Past fiheuld be Guides to the pub lie mass meeting was held tonight and after Governor Burleigh had made a President Small of Colby university introduced as the leader of the Republican party and a famous ad vocate of an interesting and progressive protective James In regard to national questions Elaine said I wish to declare the opinion that the United States has reached a point where one of its highest duties is to enlarge the area of its foreign trade Under the benoficient policy of protec tion we have developed a volume o ur American neighbors is in a proeper us How can this state of affairs be emedied You have heard a great deal said ithln the past ten years by our Damo ratlc friends about the iniquity of the tepublican party keeping up the war As a matter of fact the war tariff as not been kept but has been mended over and over again until the evlsion of 1885 left scarcely a trace of 10 actual tariff that waa in operation at he close of the and for a few years During the war we were ompelled to tax almost everything in jo in the on the and under the he necessities of the government were o great tnat we could allow scarcely lothlng to be Imported without paying and I think no patriotic man can leny that that was a wise We rade but how to save the life Pensions for manufacturers which partments overrun in the many de demand of the field of home In agriculture with the the yeas nays The Republican senators who voted against the finance committee amend ment were r Washburn and la Ou Motiun of Pminb the duty on brandy iu in paragraph 817 was increased from two to three a gallon on hay and paragraph 310 from one to six dollars and on cbamptigne and other sparkling wines so as to make the rate on bottles not more than a quart and more than a pint ten a instead of seven not more than a pint ml more than half a uint five dollars a In stead of on half pints each or Innteadiof and where bottles contain more tuan a quart per gal lon O n motion of MrPlumb the following amendments nisi agreed to Paragraph 3 relating to still by making the rate per gallon in casks livo cents instead of fifty and per c ice f twelve quart bottles or twenty four pint 50 instead of extra qiiBnUtips to be taxed ten per instcoii of five Parngrnph relating to pirter and in bottles or by miking the duty sixty cents per gallon instead of thirtyfive cents and when not in bottles or jugs thirty five cents per gallon in of twentv Paragraph relating to malt by making the duty m catks 35 cents per gallon instead of In jugs 00 cents a gallon instead of and when solid or condensed 50 per cent ad valorem in stead of Paragnipti rslating to cherry juine and prune by making the duty 70 cento a gxllon instead of when con taining not more than 18 per of and when containing more than 18 ner of Schedule K relating to wool and manufacturers of wool was then taken All the paragraphs from rnlat ing to having been read Car lisle moved to have them utruck so as to have wool put on the free did not expect hid motion to be out he considered It his duty to offer It hu have been granted to citizens of Kansas as fol lows Cedarvale Rlley Parsons John Haddaln Alfred Toronto Henry Atwood Z ichariah Abilene Langdon L Burlingame Ma Reissue and Spring widow of John FAKMEBS NATIONAL Resolutions Setting Forth the Sentiments ol the COUNCIL the third acd last days session of the Far mers national congress it was decided to hold the next meeting in Mis beginning on the second Tuesday after the first Monday in The Missouri delegation was given the privilege of naming the location for hold ing the meeting with the understanding it was to be neither Kansas City or The result of the farmers convention embodies itself in the work of the com mittee on This committee has held long discussions and the dis tusalons were calm and digni A great many resolutions were acted Borne of them of a very radi cal but the following are the only ones that received the approval of the committee That we demand of congress most lloeral appropriations for the im provement by all practicable meana of our iuterisr water which ahull make instead of sources of disaster and destruction to large sections of our useful as great national high ways for commerce and VVe demand the unlimited coinage of the abolition of tha national bank ing the refusal of our national gov ernment to extend the charters of na tional banks now in existence and the issue of full legal tender treasury notes in lieu of national bank notes Buffl cient volume to meet the business du niands of the country and constantly in creasing demand of That we are in favor of a con stitutional amendment making United States senators elective by the We believe that the farmer in paying more than his just proportion of therefore we favor a graduated income tax to the end that the incom s ot the wealthy may bear their share of govern Immense propulsion given it by agricul tural implements we can do far more than produce breadstuffs and provision for our own Nor would it be an ambitious destiny for so great a country as ours to manufacture only what we can or to produce only what we can We are in many fab rics and in many far beyon that and our great demand is expansion I mean expansion of trade with countrie where we can find profitable exchange We are not seeking annexation of terri Certainly we do not desire un less it should come by the volitio of a people who might as the priceless boon ot a placi under the Hag of the I feel sur that for a long time to come the peopl of the United States will be wisely con tent with ourpresentarea and not lauuc upon any scheme of At th same time 1 think we should be unwise ly content if wo did not seek to engage what the younger so well termed annexation or For nearly thirty years the United States hud the great advantage of a pro teciive the longest unbroken period that its Industrial policy has been in force since the federal gov ernment was Happily the great majority ot our without strict regard to party believe that the results to the American people from the protective policy have been incalcu laby beneficial and they have aggregated in a quarter century of national and in dividual wealth beyond anything dreamed of before in the history of the JUDGE He Held a Session of His Court at And When Ho Atljonrnert a Negro Murderer was Left Hanging1 to H a WelltoDo Bru tally Killed by William l Colored Indignant Mob nlent post and an excited crowd woulrt be the comltanta of the scene that would render unnecesory any court or jury to on the Business is almost at a and determined men are watching with ceaseless vigilance the more dangerous jf the Money was the primal necessity and we seized it wherever we reach it But during the ast eighteen years a great change has been So entirely has the war raffle been abolished that in the fiscal jear ending June the articles admitted free were considfrably more ban one third of all the To be exact the imported articles that paid duty exceeded in and the mported articles that paid no duty ex Deeded in The in evitable tendency I toward an ncreaseof the free Our great mistake was made when we oegaii to repeal the war duties on so large an amount of Any duty re pealed was a favor and an advantage to the exporting country and we have asked nothing in Instead of this which I must say was Ono of carelessness and wastefulness by both political every repeal of duty should have been preceded by a most thorough investiga and wherever it waa found practic able to export any thing from the United States and thug establish reciprocity of trade it should have been I do not of course intend to declare or to imply that we could have started the udruiesion of of American products in countries whose products we purchase annbally to that The richer country cannot espect to get a complete reciprocity in and out of coun tries less but whatever we should have received would have been a clean gain and in all future repeals of duties whatever we may be able to getis a It is not a question of petting deliberate ly to work to establish recipicopal ex but with all duties we have fsr repealed It has been a question of whether we should get something or We cboain with our eyes closed to gat i hope now with our eyes open we shall iu the future Haven the uounty the Kxpaose a Crime Confessed by IU Murderer If Will Meet the Same this morning Parker was murdered by Will Warders and tonight the murders body swings from a tree on the outskirts of the was ex post matter of the Mayi w office and when he was succeeded by the present he opened a general store and became the principal merchant in the He had in his employ a negro named Wuen the clerks opanedthe store this morning they toned lying on thn Hoar their employers hackedjto pieces with some sharp The throat had been cut other horri ble cuts were found oc the Suspicion pointed to Con stable aided by several inaugurated a search and late this after noon found Warders working in a corn He waa cutting corn with a knife covered with blood and several blood stains were found on his He was The news of the arrest spread quickly among the searching party and they bad soon congregated around the constable and the The sight of the bloody knife excited the mob to a and soon the prisoner had been taken from the Warders was asked if he had anything to He confessed the stating ita object to have been A rope was the pris oner was led to the tree and Jndge Lynch Wanta Thin Higgiua was brutilly murdered this mental Toat thia congress demands an amendment to the patent law so that the exclusive uso of an invention be lim ited to tdn That at the Columbian expo sition to be held at Chicago in the agricultural and horticultural Interests of the United States should be moat prom inently and grandly The Oklahome Gum Far mers Alliance and aided by three Republicans from Oklahoma succeeded to day in organizing both branches of the Gar an Alliance member from rttlll WMS made presiilentof the council uud an Alliance member from Canadian county aod a former resi dent of was elected speaker of tbe Tne excupt the three from Oklahoma votd for Mc Cartney from for and Morton of for After organizing thr officers of the leg islature both The Oklahoma City Kupublicans who voted for tin Alliance men and them the claimed that they did so be cause of promises to favor Oklahoma City for the capital in exchange for the votes for I do not mention protection because I intend to speak in reference thereto be fore this That would be a if not impertinent I merely wish to proclaim its Without protection the United States would have been poor indeed after the ravapee of the war from 1801 to With protection every section has flour ished and grown and Even where revenue duties have been laid with no expectation of de veloping there have in many instances been financial and industrial The heavy duty on silk was levied primarily not for pro but simply to secure a large rev enue from one of the luxuries of the but as a consequence ol the duty the silk industry has increased DO rapidly that it constitutes one of the leading fabrics of New one of the largest manufacturing sta es of the I could readily advance other Illustrations to the uirne An I hive already intimated I am here to speak of expansion of our foreign not by any novel not by any mode that will slack or disturb home industries not by any mode that will in vite our pnople to raah experiments or that will launch us in doubtful and dan gerous What I mean to apeak of brlfly is a system of reciprocity not in conflict with a protective but supplementary and present ing a field of enterprise that richly repay the efl irt and energy of the Amer lean shall find it instructive and valua ble to examine into the sources of our im ports and the destination of our exports anil strike a between the two Taks 1889 In that year our wlip e expor s to nil the three conments of Asia and Africa and to A Oanitdi and Htivnit amounted in round numbers to and our imports from all thetm count tag amount ed in round numbers to showing that from that we had a balanco of in l Hettled stock debate tha B8nate The bouse proceeded to consideration of measures on the private The omnibns outoern war claims yards strike has been declared The Chicago and Alton strike has also been settled and the men will return to Melbonrne With MELBOUUMB con stables have been enrolled to guard the city in view of threatened The city is without and the suburbs are dimly our amount of equivalent to gold among that Weatner till 8 For Kansas Fair except in extreme southern por stationary temperature variable But when the acnnunm wore closed instead ot having in our e had a balance of against us from our foreign tradn We have lost in our commerce with the countries outside of those to which I have Where could we have found such a large adverse balance Let me tell We lost in Cuba from which our imports were and to which our ex ports were only Fortyone million IB a pretty large Bum t loose in one island in a ringl In the republic of Brnzi we lost Our imports from Brazil were and our exports to Brxzil In VIexico we lost Oar Imports from Mexico were and our exports to Mexico were To sum it all up our Imports fnzn the ooun tries south of both insular and on this hemisphere were exports to them were Tbe balance against us In ou trade with those countries therefore i exceeding our mina rnra the rest of the world by By no fliure of speech can we flatter our selves into the belief that our trade wit ihoose to get We encounter opposition to this olicy from those who that it we nter into reciprocity of trudo with one ouutry we must so with all countries nd thus indirectly brinx about complete ree 1 do not set logic of no I am sure the fact will not provu what is We may enter Into eciprocity with one nation because we and an advantage in We may decline o enter into reciprocity with another lation because we can sea no advantage n Reciprocity is simply a policy of cir to be determined favorably jr adversely according an its operation may make or lose for To say that be ause we enter into reciprocal relations with one country or one we must enter into reciprocal relations with all other countries or all things to my as absurd as to say that if I buy a horse to day I must necessarily buy a drove of asses to All theobjec ions of that kind I am un and will not stand the test of argument or practical Our people do not realize the great act that if specie payment is endangered n this country it is likelj to be endan gered by our present system of trade with the Latin American Tbe few millions of gold that have gone out of the country wituin the last three months have created uneasiness in certain quarters as to our financial It is very ex that the loss of these millions rom banks in Wall street should be ac counted so serious an event when we have liBt a much larger amount during he same period from the condition of mr trade with the countries south of wihout exciting the leant When our merchants and bankers come to thoroughly apprecue this WB shall receive aid and ii lluence in the reform of our trade from quirer which thus far it has been impossibleto The large audience listened with the prnfoundeBt attention and his speech met with great Maaon of Illinois fol endorsing in an enthusiastic speech the principals of reciprocal The meeting closed with an earnest speech by Henry Cabot Lodge ad vocating before the people the federal election warning the voters that the crovemmfnt must protect all its citizens in the rUht to His presence was unexpf and the people ceeert him with a warm About per sods were The Bine and the Gray to Join In a Grand 000 people will attend the reunion of the Blue and the Gray to be held here 8 and Governor Commander inchief ot tho Confederate baa accepted an Invitation to be while Sherman will probably be the leading Union officer Many northern soldiers have accepted the while the attendance from the south will Georgia will send several thousand Missis South Carolina and Louai ana Will send Urge and Tex as will send Fifty thousand veter ans will The program includes many interest ing The speaking will be in a large capable of holding peo which will be pitched upon the elte of old Fort There will be a big sham brittle on the old battle illumination of the city by fireworks and the parade of the An interstate competitive drill for large will also take in which the leading crack militia companies have already A tjuchng lncdent was devloptd several days when Hub superintendent of the Knoxville Iron secured an jnvitation for a friend living in to at tend the Kebmau was a soldier in a New York and he was seriously wounded at The friend to whom he sent the invita tion also fought at Gettysburg and lost bis eyesight but the friend wore the gray and fought under the cross of After the battle the in firmary corps found there two brave but helpless soldiers lying together under n broken both wounded The friendship thus begun has grown stronger with Hobumn is now a citizen of a Southern while his rebel friend is a business man in CONDITION OF Weekly Report of Dun OOB Oommorolal Event of the Fast Week all Tend to Improve the State ef evening by Higgins had Feltz ejected from the fair grounds dur ing the Thin evening went to Higgins boarding called him out and attacked him with a He plunged the weapon into Higgins breast four and when the wounded mtn fell to the ground cut his Feltz A posse in searching for him and if he is captured he will bo WANTED TO K IIS in K Texus HaptlNt Dttucou Cretitet a Very Lively day iu the Mountain Springs neighbor ten milea south of a Baptist deacon went to the bouse of a near finding all the members absent but Selby threw Hie arms about ber called her dear sister and asked her for a The who weighs about200 jerked loose from seized a knocked him out of the house into the felling him to the where she continued to pound him most un and was only prevented from beating him to death bi the arrival of the deacons hearing his wail came to his Both have grown children and are members of the same and the excitement this afftirbas created in that neighborhood Is simply Tbe lady went before a justice of the peace to dey and had a warrant issued for the arreat of the dea charging him with assault to commit and there la no telling now where the escapade will an all the parties to It ue prominent DIED OF A Woman of 7O Found 13end and Her Husband Nearly NEW horrible dis covery was made today in a miserable hovel at occupied by an old couple named The neighbors had not seen the Herschells for several days and their suspicions became They notified the police and Policeman Merritz was sent to make an investiga The door of the shanty was locked and be compelled to force it On a pile of rags and old covered with he found the dead body of The features were distorted and the eyes were wide In another and but a few feet from the body of the old lay her husband gasping for and scarcely able to speak or An ambulance was and the old man waa taken t thu Jersey City The remains of his wife were conveyed to the At the hospital it was found that the old man was in the last stages of After he had received nourishment be was able to tell hla bad He said that his name was Henry and thttt he was 70 yours of HIB wifes name wns Mir and waa 7i years Thny bad been married over forty years and aiiue to this country from Germany long The old man aaid that he injured his back by falling and was unable to work at his He and bis wife had intn aged to save a little and by the closest economy they had lived on thia a When the money had become exhausted they Buffered from hunger and During last winter they went for days without food or They had to go out Kggiag to keep from He said uat wlim the policeman cirun to his but le and his wife hal without food or over a His wte died on Hon 1ay He s weak after her leath that ne could not gat out to notify His Blthtynnt BBVBBLYI Wendall to day celebrated eightyfirst he Determined Atttmpl lo Ghobof K turn the Town of Mich 29 city s terribly excited over tbe apparent at tempt to wipe out the town by a gang of Propertyowners are pa trolling their possessions armed with re volvers and all the fireman aul police are constantly on Yesterday six fires broke but were extinguished with light It was hinted that Remission of Leaves of Ab orders were issued today as follows One year of the sentence is remitted in the case of Howard late private company Seventh now in thu Leaven worth military Leave of absence for one month IB granted First John Third Leave of absence on account of sick ness granted Otho Fourth is extended two months on surgeons certifiuale of The following transfers in the Four teenth infantry are as contem plated orders July from this olllce Gilbert from company li to company D James from com pany D to company K First from company H to company K First Frank from company K to company H Second Alfred from com pany I to company Second Henry from company JJ to company Eastman and Has brouck will jointherespectivecompanies to which they are Leave of absence for twentyseven to date from August is granted First Nine teenth First class Private signal now on duty at will be discharged from the service of tbe United States by the chief algnal I his soldier io not entiled to travel Leave of abseice for four to take effect us soon after Sept is hie services can be is granted Second Marcus Fifteenth in The commanding general department of Ariz ma will grunt a furlough for four to take effect upon his re enlist meat to ComrniBRary Sergeant IVlarcus now at Fort Tbe following trumfers in thei Sixth cavalry are an contemplated by general order Jdly 189J Oapt Henry errino from troop F to troop M William from troop M to troop F First Louis f rom tronp A to troop M First Augustus P from troop nl to troop A Second James A from troop G to troop M Second Prannii from troop M to troop G Second Lewis Kiehler from troop A to troop L Second Lieut John Perehing from troop L to pop Blockaou and Beach wIl remain on duy at Fort Col until further Curtor and Pttrsbing will join the respective troops to wnich they of absence granted Capt John de pirtment of the is extended one of absence for fourteen days ia granted John Twenty siith recruit ing Better Drop Bring a Distinct Blse In whlla the Volume of Domestic Trade continues Larger than In Previous Ueellne In the Prices of Oats and Corn Fewer N KW Dun weekly review of trade says The reac tion in the money market here caused by the treasury purchase of 4 per the refusal of the labor federation to take up and extend the strike on the Central railroad and the prospect that the senate will soon roach final action on the tariff have all tended to improve the state of At the same time better crop prospects have brought a distinct rise in Thus while the vol ume of domestic trade continuee better than in previous years at thia the bank clearings for August outride this exceeded last year by 21 and the outlook for the future is Accounts from other cities are even more favorable than usual excepting as to money Boston notes tspe cial activity in Philadelphia collections In many branches are rendered Blow by monetary Chicago on the contrary reports money plenty at six per on call and collections Louis has a fair voluma of trade and Milwaukee notes rapid absorption of money by grain movements increased At Omaha and Paul ia and Minneapolis the Hour output is barrels and the lumber trade IB At Kansas City no change is noted and at Pitwhurg a good demand for manufact ured Savannah reports brisk but Jacksonville much At Atlanta trade is good and the crop outlook very Interior money markets do not yet feel the relief Boon Presumably this pressure will continue as business ex pands and products go forward to mark Prices have been yielding rapidly wheatand corn eich about two cents and oats three cents for the oil over one and a half pork twenty five cents per barrel and cotton live eights of a centl Hogs and lard and butter are stronger and coffee The business failures occurring throughout the country during tbe last seven days number 189 as compared with 103 last For the corresponding week in 1889 the figures ware Killed by the Cable life was lost in a cable car accident in the Washington street tunnel this The acci dent was caused by a grlpman plunging his train headlong Into a runaway train that waa coming at full speed down the opposite side Frank an express agent of wan with his wife on tho grip and as everybody who could jumped to escape the impend ing Metzger was thrown under the wheels of the train and mangled to This was the last of four acci dents that occurred on the Yerkes sys tem during ihe day and the council la appealed to to pass such restrictions as will insure safety on the line or tie up the system until its running arrange ments are they this might be and it morning of incendiary orl wap by made certain the breaking out of a fire in Patrick Malonya which was burned with its The excitement became almost a wild frenzy nt fear at 11 oclock this when fire was discovered in several parts of tbe Smith S ma Tbe firemen were unable to copo with the and before tbe fire was extlu guiahed tbe big warehouse with its con valued at was Tbe fact that the fire was set whern there wu every possible chance of its spreading and devastating tbe town has induced the officials to appoint Fired Upon a KANSAS Santa Fe passenger train which arrived here at oclock this evening was fired upon when about twenty miles west of this The marksmen bad hidden in high grass some distance from the rail way and could be located only by the puff i of smoke from their Bev eral of the shots passed through the No one was hit by the Hying but the paesenerg wern badly Arrested for 29 ed itor of tbe Troy was arrested to night for criminal on complaint of county Finchs paper during the last year has almost every week contained editorials charging Johnson with misdemeanors and gross and upon the approach ot Strikes In noon today the collapse of every railroad strike in this city had occurred and work in the block yards was begun in earnest at 1 oclock Ibis The Chicago and Alton switchmen hitve recognized their mistake and have gone back to The switchmen at the etock yards had a meoting morning and declared the strike oil to go in euVct at 10 oclock to Tbe Luke Shine strike IB virtually fortyseven of the men having signed the agreement to work as A Ilubber VALLEY 29 Brosatore was robbed to day noon by a stranger of about The thief waa caught near Duaavunt in a corn the money recovered and the prisoner Tbe robbera name li George Heis a datkey fr m Kansai City and baa served one term lu the Kan sas penitentiary for safe The Indians Must KANSAS special to the Mar from Atchiuun su A private letter from Wahiugton says that Presi dent will soon a procla mation requiring tbe and Kickitpoo Indians who live on Potta watome reservation in Jnckron county to tlirfir huad rights and placing the rest of their lands on the market for actual Tha Xtate of Kansas this morning the new Kansas City steamer The Bute of Kansas drew gracefully up to the foot of Pine ttreet and made tbe acquaintance of Missouris She moored to ber sister the Advauolnc the Price of Chicago coal a large number of special deputy ther the itou in which Johnaon Ittg to patrol the be candidate for state the firebugs be exchange held a meeting to day and re solved to advance price of bard coal fifty centtt per ton ou and after Septem ber Tnia means a Uka advance throughout the whole Is It I 29 excitement was caused by a report that a patient in the Central hospital In thli city is ingfrnin a disease which it is alleged U Asiatic Uaak City National bunk cloud ite doors mom Tbe failure it attributed to tbe eunetct of ;

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Publication: Hutchinson News

Location: Hutchinson, Kansas

Issue Date: August 30, 1890

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