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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 2, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                LARGEST TUB NEWS is read by more people than any other Kansas feT HUTCHINSON i J Best Advertising A DVEKTISKMENTS in the NKWS yield I rv the best TUESDAY SEPTEMBER Yesterdays Proceedings In Both Branches of The Wool Schedules Pass the Senate With the Amendments Recom mended by the Pnddonk Some Mild Orltlolimn oriho KoKlnley Attempt of Renatar Blair te secure Immediate Ac tion on the Lal or HUH Recently Failed by the In the the Ran in lnventtffatifnOther The senate met at 10 but It was half on hour after ward before business could be proceeded j with owing to the absence of a I In the meantime Blair asked whether a motion to adjourn would be in Thin was labor he and should i be universally He thought that the which worked sixteen V hours icseid ot ought to do honor to the occasion by an Hoar gave it an his opinion that labor day would be bet ter honored by legislation in behalf of Very Blair said in f there are four labor bills that have been tent over by the house of I would be very glad to have them acted on by the 1 said to spend the day in legislation that will raise the wages of I give notice to the senator in charge of the tariff said that I will ask unanimous consent of the senate to give pracedence to the consider tion of labor bills that hive been gent to us by the house of This is labor day and there la a universal de sire to do something for Aldrich objected to any further buncombe and Blairs rec ognition of this remark was that the rep resentatives of monopoly might but the senate would nevertheless pro ceed to consider the labor Aldrich asked the presiding officer to enforce the and the presiding thereupon requested the senator from Hew Hampshire to ob serve the rules and refrain from This little incident occurred before the appearance of a quorum and before the reading of Saturdays Sher man gave notice of an amendment which he proposed to offer to the tariff billlook ing toward reciprocity with the Dominion of Canada in coal and toward extending trade relations between Canada and the Blair asked unanimous consent to proceed with the consideration of the house bill for the adjustment of the ac counts under the eight hour Aldrich said lie wouldnt object if the bill could be disposed of without Edmunds and Harrig said that couldnt be Objection was there fore made by Aldrioh and the tariff bill was taken the question being oa the paragraph an to wool and woolen to which the nuance committee had reported an amendment increasing the duty per pound from twice to two and a half times the duty imposed on washed wool of the 11 rat Aid rich corrected a mistake made in the reciprocity amendment repotted by him last the word unjust having been used instead of unequal discrinv Paddock addressed the senate in a friendly criticism of the tariff There was no dissent in the Republican he to the declaration heretofore made in this but there were 1 differences of opinion as to the details of the He should be glad If he could follow the majority of the finance but he regretted that he could not see his way clearly to it as to all their The agricul tural be never favored high protective but did favor a suf t flcient protection to cover the difference Vtin while at the name time the at leant of foreign markets were The west regarded a of tariff as meaning a roduc ition of the tariff wherever possible and j not an increase in the tariff imports and I he was confident that the demand for a lower range of duties would have to re ceive an earlier favorable responoe from Many of those he new be lieved to bo too bad long ago done the work which had first Justified the so long as a high tariff was After a long discussion the oommlttees wae agreed to yeas nays The next paragraph was It re lutes to woolen or worsted The finance committee reports an V amendment increasing the duty per from twice to three times the duty Ter pound on unwashed wool of the flrot The amendment was agreed 28 The next relates to hats of and flannels for The committees amend ment to the paragraph makes the duty the same on that pound and a in stead of a pound of unwashed wool of firm is addition to the ad t It was agreed Finally the wool schedule was com Vance offered as an additional section the amendment of which he had heretofore given allowing reduc tions of duties on goods purchased with the proceeds ef American Schedule relating to silk and silk was then taken up and the amend ments to it reported by the finance com me were Rfeed f The senate then THE Stock bridge of moved to suspend k the rules and pass the bill providing for f government inspection of coal mines in Agreed Cooper of Using to a queitlon of stated that one of the charges in the resolution for the in veatigation of the com slonn was that the conn injCetookinarefrtgerai of Herri question which the committee was ap pointed to investigate was whether the commissioner had promoted these em ployes under him for the reason that they became stockholders in the refrigerator There was no reason why the tact that Smysar was a stockholder affected bis qualification to decide wheth er Haums official conduct hod been he had no Intimation that he was going to be appointed on the com mittee until the announcement was made by the Asa member of the committee he had entered upon the dis charge of the duties and had done it faithfully and He did own Rome of the but that fact in no manner could effect the integrity or honor of an honest and friends who knew him would never impute him a want of honor or a want of Merrill of chairman of JIB said that he did not doubt he gentlemens motives in the but he hoped now that order to relieve other he would promptly with draw from it Smyser said there wag nothing in the charges against Raum in anyway affecting On motion of Chlpman ot Missis the senate bill was pissed ing the criminal jurisdiction of circuit and district courts to the great lakes and their connecting Tarsney of moved to sus pend the rules and pass the senate bill authorizing the Lexington Pontoon Bridge company to construct a bridge across the Missouri river at and legalizing the bridge already Agreed A Thoronch Investigation to bo Made by the Mcie state de partment has taken measures to secure full particulars of the shooting of on board an American vessel lying in the port of San by officers of the Guatemalan and un til the exact facts and circumstances nectad with the affair are known it does not care to express an opinion of the course of Minister JMiz A case involving the iden tical principle with that of Barrunda occurred In Nicaragua la 1885 and in that case Secretary Bayard in formed our minister to Central America that the Nicaraguau government had a right to take the man wanted from on board an American merchant pro vided she were in Niuaraguan waters The case was that of Jose In a letter dated February 10 Minister Hall Informed Seore tary Frelinghuysen that he had been Informed that the Guatemalan govern ment proposed to take from on board the Pacific mail steamer then ly ing in San Juan del a passenger named in transit for Panama but wanted in Nicaragua to answer i charge of being Implicated In a recent insurrection n that Minister Hall said that he had directed our con sul at Managua to inform the Nicara guan government chat our government has never and never will con to the removal froman American vessel in a foreign port of any passengei in less if the offense is The captain of the vessel did not give up tho and sailed out of port with out securing proper clearance papers He was tried and convicted for this by the NIcaraguan The casi came before the state department in this and it held that Minister Hall hac not acted according to In his letter to the which is dated March 13 Secretary Bayard says It appears that Gomez voluntarily took passage on the vessel knowing if would enter on route a Nicarauguan port It may be safely affirmed that when merchant vessels of one country visit the ports of another country for the purpose of trade it owes temporary allegiance ace is amenable to the jurisdiction of that and is subject to the laws which govern the port it visits so long as it re unless it is otherwise provided by Any exemption or immunity from legal jurisdiction must be from the consent ot that It la said that cases have frequently occurred in which revolutionists and wanted tor offtsases of one char acter or have been seized by the Hawaiian government while in British merchantahips and Great Britain has not thus establishing diplomatic Had the vessel been a man ofwar Birrundla would not have been subject to as war vessel carry everywhere the jurisdiction the country whose flag they The Bar rundia affair differs from the others in that the man was but the right to seize being the right to if resistance is is an old established principle ol The principal criticism made in diplo circles Minister Mizners course is that of unnecessary It is suggested that he might have simpli stated to the Guatemalans thatthey seize the man at their own But on this point it is well to await tho knowledge o exactly what the minister said and die before pronouncing judgment upon hi THE BIDDKFOBD The Department ot Juntlco Determined to Pot a Btop arrest of the seven aldermen of accused of conspiracy in placing on thi voting lists of Biddeford the names o persons not entitled to vote and of re fusing to strike from the lists the names of persons thus illegally baa o been fully brought to the knowl edge of the department of anc the proceedings taken are with the fully authority of the United States attorney The facts as represented here are to the effect that the municipal courts of Biddeford have been accus tomed far years to grant of naturalization to French in of the courts of the cratic party has had such complete con rol of all the judicial and political machinery at Biddeford that for en years there has never been a grand ury impanelled before whom tbete vlo atora of the law could be brought to Now that the department of ustlce has taken the matter into hand it s stated that these Illegally naturalized frenchmen have been recently cor ralled and told that they would have to subscribe to bear the expense of the egal proceedings attending their natur It is the purpose of the attor ney general to push the cage and to put a stop to illegal naturalizations In New England states respecting which strong complaints have been made by the house committee on Beolproelty With ator Sherman presented the follow ng to the senate which he said le would offer as an amendment to the tariff at the proper time That when ever it be certified to the president of the Jnited States that the government of ihe Jominionjof Canada shalljby law or regu lation admit free of duty into all of its ports coal mined in the United he ihall make proclamation of that fact and while such a law or regulation in mined in the Dominion f Canada shall be admitted free of duty Into all parts of tho United Enumerators Clamoring for two weeks it bas been known that there was war mminent among the enumerators who gathered the statistics for the census There are of them and they are clamoring for their promised Volumin ous correspondence reaches the deparment every day in regard to When are we to receive our money Why this delay Just this correspondence alone has necessi tated the employment of a large number of additional These demand come from all thi states in the Union and From tan majority of tha enumerators in Up to the pressnt time only a very small proportion hove had their accounts There were days two weeks ago when less than a dozen ac counts passed through the hands of the and it was given out directly from the department that at this rate 1 would be several years before tho ac counts of many enumerators would be This condition ot affilrs has naturally aroused the ire of the outside employes of the and tbe nu merous letters now coining in Is the re This the finance division of the census ofllco haaawakenet to the fact that it was about time som accounts were being hurried through and for the first time enumerators vouch era have accumulated on their desks to be BDSDIUW ueuance or the courts of I United States alone having the right grant such They have con tinued this so it is here under even after the courts of the United had formally declared It together have placed some foui 1 illegal voters on the registra by these The Demo C1ONE The Second Attempt to Inaugurate the TJnirorm Bill of Ladlnc second at tempt to put into effect the uniform ot lading on all roads leading eastwan from Cliicago resulted in another failure Itwaa to have been adopted today in ac coidance with the recent agreement o the Chicago freight committee of the Central Traffic but there seems to have been a fatal hitch in the The Wabash road de dined to use it on through shipments in connection with the Canadian Pacific anc the and refused to use it unless the Wabash applied it on all through bus The Big Four would only adop the bill in case all other roads adoptei it and the result was the failure of th uniform bill of Want an Bxteullon of KANSAS Sop temper the marks the extreme limit extended in President Harrioona procla mation of last winter for the removal of all cattle from the Cherokee Pres ident of the Cherokee Live Stock and Range which has a lease of the Strip from the Cherokee Indians until is in the In an interview to night he said nothing had been done to clear the Strip of cattle further than marketing all that they could and refraining from driving the herds on to the When the reporter said here this even ing he was about to send a telegraphic message to the stating that it Lad been impossible to obey his the presidents and asking for an ex tension of time to December If such extension nere be in formed the president alftbe cattle would be moved by that It the extension were the association would fight in the courts against the forcible removal of their property from the lease of which does not expire until three months The New Ilntos Tho western rail roads have been notified that the order of the interstate commerce commission reducing grain rates from the Missouri river and points beyond to the Mississippi and Chicago is suspended until Today was the date on which the re duced rates were ordered to be put into effect and the postponement granted in response to the petition for a rehear ing that nan prepared at the recent meet ing of The Hock Island gave netice today that the rates ordered by the interstate commission will be putinto effect Sept The Alton will follow suit Flatt Not Want NEW it was learnod was offered the Spanish nearly two months to fill the vacancy made by the resigna tion of ExGovernor of In declining the offer Plait told his private business would allow him to ac cept no It Is believed that this statement applies alga to the United States Weather Mil 8 For Kansas Light local shower coolers northerly LABOR It is Pretty Generally Celebrated In tbe Larger Monster Single Tax Convention In Cooper Union In Aovr York Henry George Welcomed on Hln Return Vrom Abroad by Hearty Bpeeehei Chiefly In the Intereitof Free Trade and tbe Democratic Party dener allyGnmth or the Blnclo Tax Idea Among the Alliance Uembero andKnlghU of NBW from ingle tax clubs of thirtythree states and he District of Columbia met In Cooper Jnion this afternoon for the purpose of ormlnga permanent organization of the single tax clubs of the United There are 420 delegates present in the city aud nearly all ot these attended the meeting this Henry who arrived in the morning on the Bsrvia remained in his hotel until when a public reception was accorded Orasdale of New called ihe convention to He explained low thaconference came to be summoned ind during his address he had occasion o say that George the At the mention of Georges name the entire meeting rose in a body and cheered for fully two After the speech of the temporary the oity attorney of mounted ha platform and told of the progress of ihe single tax Idea in He said the Farmers a body composed of farmers and working for their mutual benefit was becoming power f It boa or members in Texas and they placed a man in tho governors chair of that state who waa a man of the peo They were favorable to the single lax The Knights of Labor were also favorable to the single tax and many ot their matter workmen were committed to Martin Williams of Missouri said it was that tbe Democratic con vention of Missouri talked tariff but the truth was the leading members of it talked free trade pure nnd For himself he nererhad time to talk aboultarift It was sheer The credential committee then ported about 500 delegates Louis Post wan elected chairman of the permanent Post thanked the audiince for the distinguished Heury the speaker always saw the hand of God in the move The path has and it is and will broaden until the entire Democratic party included in the Vico presidents were elected as fol lows Texas Lloyd and H of A committee of nine on resolutions was appointed and the meeting ad The press committee of the single tax convention distributed an interview as the sentiments of Henry The questions were all written out and sent to who filled in the an In the interview G eorge says he would under no circumstances run for any public Inaemuch as he has other work to To the Will you stump the state of Pennsylvania for Fattlson he replied that he bad not been Would that commit the Democracy to free trade I dont know how it is within my power by doing or not doing anything to commit tbe Democratic It is com milling itself to free trade pretty fast RSl if I could hSBten its advancn to the only logical and truly Democratic post tion of absolute free trade and no tariff at I would go further than Pennsyl Tho question wan asked if the Salva tion Army had joined the single tax George replied that the Army was grappling with poverty in all the cities of Great Britian and that would ultimately lead it to the single tax He was breaking no confidence in saying that who is now passing to her rest through the slow agony o Incurable has been for years what we would call a single tax there nny probability of single tax candidates being put in the field in I do not think there is any probability of a separate single tax party being in tbe field for single tax candidates were in many cases run under the Democratic which is rapidly on its way to free The reception in the evening to was at Cooper There were present Judge Ma julre of Ban Francisco welcomed Mr In response among other utterances George said America was a great and brave but not Americans were searched and their baggage too when landing home from Amer loans were not free to build and sal ships not free from tbe dominion of pol ittcians not free to buy and sell a peck of The speaker waa not proud of this re but he had hopes of Speaking ot the dissatisfaction existing betweei capital and labor and the manner of cur Ing said Lsbor combin ations wont do cooperation the sharing of profits wont do The only thing that will do It is carrying into effect of the gospel of free To give to every man that which belongs to that which bis own energy and Industry has made What will give him this Single tax I have great hopes of con tinued Mr George freedom is not here but she Is Henry NEW George reached here early this morning by the steamship Delegates from the Single Tax club met George at the and extended him a cordial wel In addition to the appointed del a large number of single tax men marched in a body to meet their chief As soon ai George was on the the tingle tax men sent up a cheer ot welcome George in ormed his friend that he felt tired after unkempt covered by a grimy rem WFRMnNT iis and needed a few hours nant of a womans calico In the VtnlVIUHl George will be present at the con house ot a farmer named Fast erence of the single men this after ened about his next to the was a thick leather to which was at ForeoaBt of tabor Parade at a iron about eight T lon hed by a staple driven in the day window generally observed hero All The unfortunate wai George Young places of business being The aradawan tha flnant Beneath the window was a hard wood s li I demonstration of en only The floor was nnm 8Mn ln V PUHy in a circular which workingmen were in nearly the poor fellow dally walked his weary Btm it jutimtted That Every county 11 being in and bearing the win Republican and Make the state nsigna of some labor his twelfth year he had been so his oliday in seized with acute and The first mind became hopeleiely aborday ever celebrated in this state Tne man was taken in nd which la recognlzsd as such by the harge by the aws of the was generally observed All the banks ahd many bust i68B houses were whom It is charged he de rauded out ot over He was con idered straight until the time his absence was discovered last His fine work was all accomplished within ten A creditor who was here looking for him oday thinks he is hiding in Kansas The other creditors will share the ex and an organized search will be for Labor Day at day waa elebrated here to a greater extent than ver There was a general cessa lon of The procession this fternoon showed nearly men in ne Labor Day at day was celebrated with parades in the morn ngand afternoon and two There was no disorder of any TBaOKDY A One Man Fatally Injured and Another Badly Brnlled In New NEW who lives with bis wife on the upper floor Washington West Ho was dangerously injured la a drunken affray Nicholas JarBBnycier leaves a hus i a band and four small the young Clinton lives on the lower floor of the being a babe 8 months bouse with his 17 years and two daughters 8 and 4 years An old wo named Annie is house EInped With A xoitement prevails in and around Mount a small village at the foot of South over the elopement of George the and the wife ot which took place keeper for the Clinton Gorman and Clinton are and usually work at the Weehawken coal They went on a spree Wednes day night in company with some fellow Their revels were and finally resulted m Policeman Doerf ar was met by a num ber of children while walking along Clinton who told him that a man had been murdered at 03 Washing ion There the policeman found nllroad at the water near Boiling Taro leaves a wife and five while Snyder leaves a bus Railing the Scale at printers attended said he was seriously injured and that he believed he would Oor is believed to be Clinton also shows marks and NOKTU DAKOTA IXaX9KED The Yield Disappointing Both a to Qual Ity and D p the flax In Brown Stutsman and Barnes counties baa been present week will practically close har that of The acreage in some o these particularly is the largest ever but tho crop de preciated almost to the point of total Since his twelfth year he had bei When two years old he was Wanted by Rli ler it wanted by his creditors at Republic employed on the two dally papers de mand an increase in wages of fl ra cents per thousand ems and 10 per on work done by the Thompson of the dally granted tha request without Greer of the refuses to recognize the The result is that the Union printers quit the Oapiti Killed by Cable KANSAS painter 25 years of while hanging on the side of a Troost avenue cable or this lying in the hallway with blood to flawing from wounds in his The a train passing in the opposite maa was He was thrown undei The policeman was told that Nicholas the wheels of the car and Clinton had infiicted tbe injuries upon was nearly His skill Clinton was taken 10 the lock waa his neck broken and hi throat terribly lacerated by the Town Destroyed by las Frederick who lives 40 Washington was arrested and held mgllt ftlmOBt destroyed the to of Ox as a he waa too drunk to tell how ford W6B this Nearly all the Gorman was business and part of the residence por Clintons J said the men were all In the moruiug Gllntoa and Gorman both wanted to lie down and Gorman was ugly and called the housekeeper vile The loss is estimated at from 835 Clinton Intorferred and the two 000 to if men came to Clinton finally caught up a sugar bow and broke it over Gormans tlou was Tbe the bank and many other buildings were The firs was undoubted of an incendiary The fire bell rope was man ran iato the where he fel on the floor bleeding from a horrible wound in the His skul Bon6 larKe very and transfer stable at oclock this evening and totally destroyed the barn and part ot its includ ing five horses also Falrchilde black CROP smith shop and Simpsons shoe shop ad Total no ElaoUoQ In tba Green Mountain Republicans Inclined to be and the Democrats Hopeful of tireut Will Bepu Senate Republican OongraM men wilt be BleetedXhree In the Oonnty Republican ConventionOther Matter VtM state which occurs will mark the close of one of the quietest po itical campaigns that Vermont has tor many In fact there has been no canvass conducted by the Republicans or the coming September the leated anteconvention contest for the Jovernership and other state offices hav ng been followed by a continuous calm u the political No national ssues are involved in the and the popular verdict recorded at tho polls on the second day of September will lave no particular significance outside of the local The usual apathy of off years prevails generally among tho voters this although tha Democrats are apparently a little more aggressive in some quarters than they have been in former cam The leaders of the Democracy openly boast that the Republican major ity will be considerable leas than it waa in Should the Republican vote fall off through apathy or from other nonpolitical it ifl the purpose of the Democratic leaders to claim that the result U a disapproval of the Harrison administration and an Indorsement of Graver Cleve land and his Republican voter who remains away from the polls tomorrow in the estima tion of the Democrats ot the con tribute to the f uua of satisfaction upon which the hungry and thirsty members of the minority party hope to regale themselves with the night of election But the Republicans are awike to the importance of coming out to vote and of closing up the ranka in the faco of a united and aggressive Democratic Tbe average Republican majority for governor in off yearn tioce 1870 has been The nominees of the party on the state ticket are men worthy to re ceive the suffrage of every Republican voter In and the for representatives to congress and for county ofllcers are made up of men worthy of receiving the loyal and divided support of the The following are the state tickets in the field Carroll Hyde Park for lieutenant govern Henry Cavendish for Henry Rutland for secretary of Burlington for auditor Henry Herbert of Bakeruneld for lieutenant George Smith af Hartford for secretary of George Kim re a a Jor OI glalf t ueorge turn broke ball of Vergennea for state treasurer DroKe oau oi vergennea ror state out in the rear of Lohmau WilliamDon Pollard of Cavendish for auditor of Elishua May ot Johns Allen of Falrhaven lieutenant Gard B of Enosburgj HlB Is Sept the largest owner of fast horses in the died very suddenly yes terday He had just eaten his too friend on the vest operations in this The yield veranda when he fell forward and ex of fiax is equally disappointing with plred of heart He was 50 years of Am during the intensely hot weather between August In July the 15th and estimates furnished Coinmiseioner Hulgeson of tho bureau of agriculture and labor the fiax acreage ot Dickey county is placed at acres and the yield at four bushels per The quality is slightly inferior to last For the rest of the district named the yield will be somewhat better but the quality is scarcely up to the Farmers have been stimulated by the high prices of the last two years and the increasing demand from the manufacturers of oil to give more atten tion to but they are not getting the returns that have been Numerous Inquiries have been re ceived here from linseed oil manufac turers regarding the ylald atd quality of and they promise a keen demand at high prices for prime There ie no particulary demand for the and when a drouth or some other unfavorable circumstance cuts down tho yield to four or five bushels per acre the crop becomes un whereas if Bale could be mado of the straw it would be one of the surest and best paying The two Dakotae last season produced bushels of flax and Minnesota a total of while all the rest of the United States only produced On the Increased acreage this year the Dakotas would have turned out a flax crop ot bushels had not the drouth blighted Local dealers predict that the bulk of the llax crop will be marketed at about per of age and leaves estate valued at Expoctlne a llevalatlon In POUT United Slates steemer Charleston sailed today for Thfl occasion of the return of the Charleston to Hawaii is ihe anticipation of another revolution in the The Charleston is provis ioned for one years A Fallen Woman ICIlli Clair a woman of the committed suicide today by taking She had been drinking some and was in a de spondent way over the destitution of a The woman came here from Pu where her people Death of ANN Elizabeth wife of Judge Thomas ohairmia of the interstate commerce died at her home here yesterday morning of cancer of the notwithstanding quality the depreciation in KOBTCBIMO BIB INSANE voltlnff Revelations of Cruelty Hade In a Irlveta PennuylTanla Henry secretary of the state com mittee on lunacy of the board of public has just returned from a visit to the western part of the during near Venago he discovered a revolting cane of cruel treatment by a father ot hlscraiy She Cholera Tuesday last there has been fortyeight fresh cases of cholera at Biter and eighteen deaths from the Advices from Mexico are to the effect that the city is free from of Charlotte secretary of Stafford of Johnsbury Barnes of For representatives in congress the Re publicans have nominated in the First district Judge Henry Powers of Mor In the Second district Congress man Grout has been The Democrats have for candidates Thomas Maloney of and ShurtlefC of for these re spective Tho third party made no nominations for representatives in congresfli Both of the leading parties have placed full county tickets in the but the Republicans will undoubt edly elect their candidates for the senate in every which means it solid Re publican senate of thirty The next senate con ist of the following Republicans Ad diaon Child of Wey Allen of Ferrlsburg Bennington Abbott of Demlngof Arlington Caledonia coun Albro Nichols Lincoln of Lyndon Guittenden Robert Roberto of Isaiah Oow of Rankin of Hilton Essex Stevens of Adams of Fairchild of Fairfield Grand Isle Reynolds of AlLaugh La molle Morse of Mlmore Tiutlanil Levl Klngsley of Ullas Grl filth of ectt of Dickinson of Benton Harvey of Camp of Orange Orleans Cleveland of Wheeler of Irasburgh Washington Randall of Dwlnall of PUinfietdj Windsor Pgjse of Smith of Adna Brown of Springfield WIndham rtellandy of Smith of Gull is stated that Stanley has Informed the French pub lisher of his biography that he will de vote the proceeds ot the edition toward the abolition of African slave BloodThinty Advices from the frontier say that the Kurds are preparing to massacre Armenians whom it is alleged they are passing into Commlulon Man Vailed KAHBAS one of toe moat ilon men on tb for prominent grain c ila market failed in commia today at Bheepchead SHSKISHBAU of were County OSASE Osage bounty Republican convention met in hie city today for the purpose of elect ng the state Rea olutloua were adopted endorsing the na tional and state the Kan sas United States favoring the reelection of John lugalle and endors ing the Australian ballot A resolution endorsing the Farmers Alliance as a business organization war A resolution favoring Wo ler the negro candidate for auditor of was but it Is undestood that at least half of the delegates elected ara favorable to his Nominated an alliance Wan Republicans of the Eighteenth Illinois congressional dia trlct nominated today Judge Cicero a member of the Farmers Alli   

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