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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Friends of CONTEIBUTE to tho NEWS DEFENSE HUTCHINSON Friends of CONTRIBUTE to tho NEWS DEFENSE Tlio men Convicted of tho Murder of Sheriff Cross are Contribute to the NEWB Fund for their THURSDAY SEPTEMBER icdy of Sklnn the Sen From id Demands Ills Immediate Removal From the Leadership of the Republican Over tbe Coals for Its Courtesy Begard to the LawSenator Kdnmnds Oppoies HcclprooltyVothecs on the i TariffGlhsons Forthcoming Bnaar i BillSecretary Wlndoms tolloy of 811 ver house pro eeded to the further consideration of the Bergen of New resumed his argument in favor of the seating of Breckinrldge After depicting the assassination of Clay ton he critizied Breckinndgo for not re his seat and thereby disowning he advantage he had gained from thf lie had not uoao no liu had fetood by these who had uiuat f the Crisp of Georgia said the whole Iniajority report was founded upon jus lioion and not upon Crisp notice that he would at the proper jie move to recommit the pending res JjJV with instructions tuthocommit on elections to ascertain whether Mr Breckinrldge or Clayton received i majority of the votes cast in the election of spoke la favo fho majority and Kennedy 6 drew from the details of the ytouBreckinridge case the conclu i tLat a federal election law uiiuaid be He reflected severally upon the liters who have been opposea to the ge bill for confident in the Urines of the Republican party fully rjimlttedto the piinclplesof that party I must forever dissent fiom the cow dly surrender which hauls down th jg and atrikea the colors of the Ilnpub pan party to a defeated Contina Bg he speaking for hlmsel r I shall nail the banner of the Republican to the masthead with the doctrlni which has become inseparable from tu history of its existence and which do i mands the protection of the humbles citizen in the rieht to an honest hallo I and the protection of life and propert and Btandieody to defend that doctrine to th That the election bill has been killed by the Republicans or pro tended Republicans Is Wlthou fair treatment the bill which the hous of representatives said imperatively wa demanded for the preservation of itsow honor and for its and stability am for the protection of the whole country against outrage and intimidation and violence is deliberately put aside without a hearing and without opportunity of When before in all tbe iast history of legislation haa one house f tbe congreea deliberately put upon he other tbe mark of its aeiislon and The consideration of this measure was demanded by every sense of decency and It waa demanded by tho bouse ot representatives that ita atlim and inquiry that should establish ne purity of nis action and hie personal One other occupying a high lace in the councils of the party to which I has fluttered lonth in and month to be charged Ith crimes and misdemeanors for which 1 he should have been ondemned under the laws of his state nd have had meted out to him the full st measures of its This man is a Shall I now re tain silent Is it just and honest to re tain in my seat silent because one who s accused of crimes and refuses to seek or vindication is a and that iepubllcan the recognized leader of my larty 1 Neither decency or honor would permit me to do I dont know whether the charges made against the hairman of the national ommittee are true or f but I do know hat they have been made by journals of character and standing again and I do know that in the face of tneae charges Matt Quay haa remained silent and has never Bought or attempted to eeek opportunity to vindicate himself at do know that as a great Republican he owes it to the great party at whose head he either to brand them as infamies or to prove their or le owed It to that party to stand aaide rom He has not done and for this I denounce The Republican party cannot oilord to follow he lead of a branded He has failed to Justify and though opr pprtunity ample time have been given ho remains His was a decision that the department will purchase ounces each reckoning from the date when the law took It was suggested that the department purchase ounces a and merely average the monthly hut this plan was thought to be open to and it was decided to adhere strictly to the let ter of the Pensions for have been granted citizens of Kansas as fol lows Goodlnnd Charles Humboldt Joseph Mulvane Eugene Bur lington John Pawnee Val ley Kraatua Wichita Abraham Yntes Center William Mayday DeWitt Restoration and Me Mi Parsons Reissue and Good of James The Haum Rturu in vestigating committee today discussed for two hours a proposition that the in KANSAS They Assemble in State Conven tion at Governor Humphrey Renomlnated by OneTermers Chosen Without Spirited Content for ofThomas County Itelng Klect ed on the First After Whleh the Convention an Till Thli Republicans Other Political Republican state convention met aa 4 yesterday In Representative with 404 delegates Chairman Henry of the state central called the body to order Prayer was offered by MoKinahanof of Atchison county was elected tempo rary chairman by a large over ilence under such circumstances is the be again and that the floor might be purged of those are enabled to enter by reasons of violence and The senate of tho United States icill learn that there is a bar of public opinion and that at that bar is now being To have been a senator in the days of Webster and Clay and Calhoun was to have been part of a body that had the admiration of the people north and To have been a senator In the days of Wade and Feesiuden and Oritten den was to have been associated with men whose sense of honor would have scorned the purchase of a seat and would have idenled companionship to whose F name was tarnished over by oven a sus picion of infamy or If the Roman toga had been bedrnraled In the filth and miro of the surely the cloak of aenatorlal courtesy has been used to bid the Infamy and corruption which has dishnuered and disgraced a body which was once the proudest in the The cloak of senatorial courtesy has become a stench in the nostrels and a byword in the mouths of all the honest citizena of the It makes a cloak behind which ignorant and arrogant wealth can pur its way to power and then hide its cowardly hend behind the shameless pro tection of senatorial It means cloak which shall cover up from the public gaze of an outraged people the in confession of gill Au honorable man does not long dally when his honor is He baa delayed too long to justify the belief in his innocence and he stands a convicted criminal be fore the bar of public Under such circumstances he should be driven from head of a party whose very life his presence The Republican party has done enough for Its pretended Let him be relegated to the It is no longer a question of vindi cation it is now a question of the life of the party The Brecainridge case then went over but the house THE written com munication from the Oawego board of trade contradicting a statement of the secretary of agriculture on the subject of the production of was pre sented by who aaked that it be printed in the Objection to that was but 500 copies were ordered printed for immediate Rusks statement was that barley is the only cereal ot which there is not raieed a sufficiency for home The denial Is to the effect that the annual product of the United States is about bushels and the quantity used last year for malting purposes less than Ten million bushela had been imported from the quality being superior for malting purposes to that of the United Biates Call offered a which waa referred to the committee oil foreign declaring that the murder a Barrundla on the steamer Acupul co by the authorities of Quatamala while under the protection of tho flag of the U nited States was an insult to the people of the United The tariff bill was taken the sugar schedule being un der Edmunds ad dressed the Coming to the question of reciprocity Edmunds recalled the history and the practical operation injurious to the United States of the Canadian reciprocity treaty of He opposed the placing of sugar on the free The expecta tion of the United States being able to dispose of a large increase of its produce commission be Instructed to furnish a list of all his and a state ment to show whether Washington pen sion attorneys had received preference over others or over claimants without No conclusion was and the committee adjourned till to mor of whom are In hla opening ad dress Chairman Degress begged of the delegates that they act When they got to heaven he declared they would have to walk the streets of crystal with Chinamen and As tor himielf he knew no color line on this Hia declarations were applauded by the colored Nothing was done to day beyond effecting the temporary Wright of Lamar county wan up by the for temporary and Cuney and his colored following pitted Haw ley of Oalveaton against the Lamar The Cuney side won and continue to win throughout the conven tion Webb Flanagan of and of are the can didates for Hover Wants Bis Hovey sent to the treasurer of state yes terday for an installment of hla but the official replied that it could not be paid and stated that he was compelled by law to hold the funds in his possession subject to the demands of the benevolent there being only enough money now in the treasury to pay their running expenses till funds were due from the The governor will make the refusal of the treasurer to pay hia salary the basis of a suit against the treasurer on the ground that thelaw is unconstitutional and discriminates against other creditors of the state and in favor of the benevolent The Oklahoma the coun cil today a bill was introduced with reference to the distribution of the 000 appropriated by congress to relievo the destitution in the McCartney of made an eloquent speech in favor of the but it finally went over till to morrow so as to secure a full text of the In the house the rules were adopted but have the innovation of being subject to change at any time by a majority of the The sixth annual Louis exposition opened tonight un der tho most favorable auspices and with the largest opening audiences that has ever attended not less than peo ple being present during the All the departments are full to overflow ing and the general display exceeds in costliness and brilliancy any of ita of Smith made a brief but vigorous Republican speech that was enthusiastic ally Halvorson of Stafford and Hoaglan of Jackson were elected tem porary secretaries There were contests In only two coun Morris and While the temporary chairman was making out the committees on resolu credentials and permanent organi zation candidate for con gress from the Fifth Webb Mc candidate from the Sixth and Lew Hanback in response to loud calls came forward and spoke on the his tory of the party and the issues to be met in the The committee on resolutions com prised one member from each of the thirtyfive judicial district of the Major Hudson of choir Taylor of Reno was appointed chairman of he credentials committee and Ellit jf timith county chairman of i he committee on perma nent On the announcement of the com mittees the convention adjourned until 8 Tho evening session began promptly at 8 After music uy Marshalls the committee on permanent or ganization reported Mooro of Butler county ns permanent A Riddle of Minneapolis for permanent and Miss Minerva ed itor of the Harper for assistant the report being utlupted unan The permanent chairmen was intro duced as a Kansas man for more than thirty a veteran Sf three years service in the a memierof the first Republican convention in Die history of Kansas and a comrade of John Brown at Ho was received with the greatest enthusiasm and made a brief speech of Repnhllcnn execu tive committee of the National League of Republican Clubs met this morning in secret The eub committee mot just before and adjourned until tomor row without doing any Most of the buainess done by the executive committee wae of a nature not but they nxed the dale of the next Na tional League convention for April at The Judge Secretary Humphrey of New York and Horace Dsal of Ohio were appointed a special committee to coop erate with the Ohio Republican League and the Republican cluba of Cincinnati in arranging all the details for the con Tne executive committee has received a very cordial invitation from the Republican clubs of and thny are making such efforts already as will maka ttthe greatest convention of its The plan adopted last year for the rep resentation in the national convention at Nashville will be the one also U vogue for the next Twelve delegates at large from each state and two from each congressional district contain ing Republican League The vice presidents and the executive members of the National League from each state and the president and secretary of each state League are also delegates to the National The members of the execu tive committee will report that their states will send full delegations to Cin livery loss John Whites grocery low man Morrill ie not the owner of the First Notional bank building which was burned last night as was reported this GraUer all the Demanda Made Upon SAN United States cruiser San which had a successful trial trip In Santa Barbara haa having made the trip up the coast at a speed ranging from thirteen to fifteen It was given an enthusiastic welcome here as It passed up the bay to ita anchorage and ita fog whistle waa blown almost continually in response to salutes from steam During the trip up the coast the new cruiser waa given a number of reversing and steering and the naval ollicera aboard pronounced Ita maneuvering qual Hies These teats were all made while it was running at a rate of thirteen and onehalf One engine was suddenly reversed and the helm thrown hard In six minutes and two seconds tho cruiser turned a com plete the diameter of which was leas than its own It also turned n complete circle without reversing onn engine in five minutes and thirtytwo While going ahead at full speed both engines were suddenly re and in fortyfive seconds the ves was moving having changed its direction within its own It was also given an 8 hour trial with but one boiler in During this trial it averaged over thirteen and consumed approximately batween eight and nine tons of coal per The ac tual apeed made by the boat on its trial trip in Santa Barbara channel lust Wednesday morning has not yet been de and it will probably not be known definitely until after the board appointed to conduct the trial haa sub mitted its final The San Francisco will remain at the Union Iron Worts about twenty five days more before it will be turned over to tbe government and sent to Mare la land navy there in bis one of the greatest illusions that brilliant men or sober statesmen had lately fallen He did not mean by that he was not willing or glad to try it on tbe plan ot receiving any of the products of tuooo countries which the United States did not produce and giving to them prod ucts which they did not Voorhees addressed the The he was full of nuggets of gold for the manufacsurers but was as barren of fruit for the poor man as the trees that were cursed by the Voorhees speech was devoted to a vivid and picturesque denunciation of the McKinley bill as the antiChrist of all preceding The OHy WanU the city of Chicago today brought suit against City Treas urer Rossingto compel him to pay to the city all Bums of money received from cer tain bonda aa interest on city funds there It has been the custom here tofore for the treasurers to return to the city individual accounts thus accrued as famies which demand inyestiga1 Evarts spoke of the various reoip and which merit the punishment due broken laws and violated statutes it means a cloak behind which petty party bickerings may barter away u partys principles and play the dema gogue in the fuce of the It means a cloak behind which pretended fairness hides its dishonest gold while secret It la trading and traJHcing in the rights land liberties of the It means a cloak under which not only the limited but the cowardly politician cover up the tracka and be either foul or fair as the necessity The hour for aena Itorlal courtesy haa The oxteam lot aenatorlal progress must give away to I the motor of the more enlightened and progressive and determined Let the old and threadbare cloak of senator ial courtesy be hung up with the sickle and the Hail of a bygone Referring to the betrayal of Christ by Kennedy said it was meet and fitting that Judas should be paid the thirty marks of it waa still a part of the eternal fitness of things that hav ing been guilty of the basest crime of all the centuries he should go out and hang History is repeating The party ot Republicans having lived for thirtyfive years has never yet i assisted in riveting tbe shackles on a hu man being and now when It waa to be roclty amendments and criticised them as being objectionable under the un favored nation class ot international There was but a arnall attendance of senators at the evening which voa mainly occupied by Pierce in a ipeech advocating the idea of reprecipro The senate at adjourned till tomorrow at 10 Gibsons Sugar substitute for the sugar schedule ef the tariff intended to be proposed by Senator Gib provides for levying the following duties On all sugars not above syrups and testing by polar scopenot above 75 of 1 cent per and for every additional degree of 1 All sugars between 13 and 1375 cents per Cheating tho j udlciary committee of the constitutional conven tion to day unanimously decided that the convention bad authority to enact the constitution without submitting it to a vote of the people for A report to this effect will be submitted to the convention tomorrow and will prob ably be Between 16 per Above and expected that it would redeem its pledges and be faithful to its it is about to prove and oft repeated promises are no to be Itcpmes victor ious from every field and if it falls now It finds In its own party thoae are faithless to the trust reposed in It it is to lie crucified it is only its chosen leaders have bartered its principles for the tricks and 1 schemes of The Judas of years ago is to find a part in the Judas Iscariot of to The Judas who took the plecea of and went and hanged him If jbas left an exwnple for the Matt that is well worthy of their Sometimessince I stood my place on this floor and raced a senator from my native cents per listing above 50 4 cents per pro that it any export duty be laid on sugar or molasses by any country from which it may be such sugar or molasses shall be subject to duty as now provided by Sugar candy and all confectionery made wholly or in part of valued at cert or less a and refined including colored or in any way D cents per All other confectionery 50 per ad Glucose centa per president today sent to the senate the nomination of John to be commissioner of the District ot Ross Is at present postmaster of and is a Democrat The In WniTK RIVER The congressional vote In fiftyeight towns in the First congressional district givea Powers Maloney majority for Powers In the Second district fiftynine towns gave Grout Bhurtliff majority for Grout A Good Fair at Hope fair had its principal day to It was de voted to the Formers and speeches were made by Judge Rightmer and About peo ple were Tbe fair IB tbe most Buccesful in the associations and the displays are The Strike Mot a carpenters strike died in its forming and today there are less than 100 carpenters who have refused ts go to work on Tuesday still President James OCounell of the carpenters haa been forced by the discontent of the union to Democratic Gains In LITTLE from 556 out of townships in the state give Eagle Democrat for governor a net gain of over his majority in tho same places two years The committee on credentials reported Stafford county entitled to but three The committee on resolutions not be ing ready to report the convention pro ceeded to the nomination nf the ticket and Albert Horton was nomin ated by acclamation for chief justice and Governor Lyman Humphrey was nom inated for governor by as were Lieutenant Governor Secre tary of State Attorney General Kellogg and Superintendent of Public Instruction The nominees were Invited in turn to come before the convention and com making speeches of brief acknowl Governor in accepting the expressed himself as neither surprised nor indifferent to the action of the Ho would not affect to be surprised at a renomination which for some time he had reason to but his sensibility of the the the the endorse ment of the convention was no lees real or and he protested to have had it in view in tbe discharge of his duties as chief executive of the common wealth the welfare of the entire state whose commendation it would be his ambition and effort to deserve in the The governors speech was re ceived with warm On the committee on resolu tions not yet appearing with their the convention proceeded to the nomina tion of a candidate for Fifteen candidates were named as follows Hovey ot Thomas Ban Fagan of John N Waller of Till of Richey of Nick Reitzof Stearns of Thompson of Bone of Rush of Whitman of Oscar Schaefler of Pettijohn of Mitchell County Alliance Mitchell county subAlliance cast their votes yec terday for their choice for the several county officers and today the Alliances county central committee canvassed the vote and disclosed the following to be nominees McKlnney for repre clerk of dis trict county probate Stanley superintendent of public TRYING TO FIND An Investigation of the Strike on the Van derbUt Nuw state board of mediation tand arbitration today re sumed Ita effort to ascertain the cause of tho strike on the New York Cantral and Hudson River Hamilton for the colled as the first witness of the General Manager Chairman Purcfll asked bim to give the board such infor mation as he poaaesaed in reference to the discharge of Master Workman said hehad an inter view with Lee some time In the course of which Lee alluded to watering ot the companys and intimated that some one wan making a good deal of and that he and the other men ought to have some of In reply to a question by General the witness said 33 did not discharge Lee before the talk about the stock Flnney Oountr GARDEN Spe excessively dry and hot for the past This has greatly in terfered with plowing for fall wheat We have had the usual August cool spell ef but very little of the It la however hoped that wo shall soon have at least a poition of the usual who for several years run a hay ranch at Kearney fourteen miles and left somewhat suddenly last was brought back last week from Chicago by the Linkenfetter what a name and Is now In prison Barnes implement had bim brought Public opinion seems to be on his and he promises to make things warm for them when this little unpleasantness blows new Hour mill proves to be a It runs off like a making upwards of 100 barrels of flour in a day of ten and the biggest kind of a pile of feed Tbo is said to have more than complied with all his promises and tbe public is good natured and satis fled Wheatcomes 100 miles to be sold exchanged for and we are all delighted tho way things have turned In the exuberance of their credit two years ago the new counties south of here issued bonds and paid settlors a dollar an acre for breaking up their own hop SPEAKER REED AT He Addresses an Enthusiastic Crowd at Faneull ile Charges the Democratic 1arty With a roller of Demagogical Their Plan not one of Economy In the Ad ministration of the bnt an Attempt to Create a Surplus at the Kx pense of Needed Government Mow Kxpenri Injc Ita Growing out of the Surjiius Thomas Reed of the national house of representa who is on his way to Maine to par ticipate in the political campaign in that addressed a large audience tonight at Faneul Reed said When things are to be done the Republican party does Tho great struggle which haa been made by the Democratic liouso of representatives for years has been not to bo economical in the expend itures of the but to cut down the sum total of They have been striving in every way to put up the not merely by leglsla but by parsimony in their action in the expenditure of long aa they could point to the clogging ot busi ness which resulted from the storing of money in the they seemed to be but now they are busily engaged In showing that the surplus has disap They are unable to be either with a surplus or without one There Is no doubt but what tbe expendi tures of the government are about to ap proach its but any man would make a mistake if he believed that it was in any way a result of extravagance or AU the expenditures have been just and prop We shall expend nearly our We shall also reduce taxation to the extent of in addition One great element of expendi ture is pension which is not understood In New England and tbe char acter of It is not fully With us the soldier is comparatively content with what he has and what is premised him in the near But m tbe west there exists a vast different These stories about a vast sur plus have sot men wild with the idea of a service pension which would bring emolument to every man in the lS with corrup iud branded with infamy he did sot i his seat and demand An investi Silver Wln dom and the director ot the mint had a consultation this afternoon In regard to the new silver one result of which olasto Waya experiment ot transmitting opera music from the opera house to the Urania theater by a tele phone waa made last night and proved a complete Barter of Finney and Brown of The first ballot resulted as follows Hovey Waller Pagan Walton Hlchey Reitz Stearns Thompson Bone Hush Whit man Petejohn fiurtls 20 and Brown On the second ballot Crawford county withdrew Schaefler and Stevens with drew Theballot Hovey Walter Fagan Walton Richey Reltz Steams Thomp son Bone Whitman Petijohn Brown A hard effort was made by the oppon enta of Hovey to effect an adjournment without On the third ballot Hovey was nomi nated amid the enthusiasm in creasing as the roll call evinn ing a general break to Thomas countys There was a scene of great excitement and wild applause when the result was The ballot re sulted Hovey Walter Hoveys nomination was then made a colored delegate of made a warm speech sec onding tbe motion to make the vote but expressing regret at the defeat of The convention then adjourned to meet at 10 Lea made certain de mands on behalf of the and they were Superintendent Yoorhees testified that he had nothing to do with the discharge of any of the seventyeight lie was out of town for three weeks before tho Master Mechanic Buchanan testified that In discharging Lee he did eo by or ders of VicePresident Of the eeventyeight men discharged he knew ho causes for discharge in the case of two Mallory and Mallory was discharged for obtaining a pass un der false pretenses Conway was dis charged for neglect of Trainmaster on being testified that he had never told any em ploye of the company that he must either leave the Knights of Labor or the Then Pryor called John who was employed under Seery testified that he went Into Stevensons ofilce to get supplies and Stevenson asked bim if it was true that he had joined the Knights of Seery told him it Then Stevenson told him he should not have joined with out acquainting htm aa he had helped him to better his Steven son further said that he had better get out of the Knights or it might cost him his bread and ing this might bring rain on the thirsty This has laid ever since dry and parched but some of it sown to wheat laat will be O used this In there IB a regular whaoX and every acre of land will be so The golden grain is a new revelation to our farmers when twenty to forty bushels can be reaped every year with scarcely a Wheat now sells at eighty cents per a slight reaction from the highest and shelled corn at per 100 pounds sweet and Irish potatoes about per a decline from the first All the empty stores and warehouses are being utilized as granaries quite a number of raisers intending to bold their crop for a dollar a Everyone now begins to hope that the turning point has been passed and that hereafter the energetic farmer may bo reasonably sure of his reward and that hard times be kept at a distance any A serious rain and hail storm occurred at Garfield Sunday night the 30th Windows were gen erally smashed and the earth coating a large expenditure for window all of in this was picked by the suffers and still more was Wo have had to meet not merely the con tention of those who are parsimonious and not willing to do what Is fair to the but those who wished to do such things as with tbe present revenues of tbe government are impos sible without bankiuptcy and It Is firmness that the Rspublican party grapples with the question and solves it with that measure of justice which Is satisfactory to the whole people of the So have we met all such We have given to the post office department its due need of in Wherever the necessities of the government require any additional we promise to give it to the TIBBU OF PLAVIHG A Tenderfoots Die Plntol Causes Quite KANSAS Bept excitement was caused yesterday morn ing on Union avenue and the vicinity of the union by the loud report of a pistol but on investigation It proved to have bean caused by an and no one was although an embryo cowboy was frightened so badly that he hasnc been near tho depot since to take hia traiu Yesterday morning the with ideas formed by close devotion to the bi ography of Sixteen String pro ceeded on his arrival in the city to a neighboring where be purchased a large and formidable looking which ho loaded with cartridge that re aembled canon crackers in He stuffed the barrel in his hip pocket and strode up the but on arriving op posite the ladles entrance to tbe Uuion reached for his with which to mop his warm and fevered In a second there was a as the gun fell and exploded one of the im mense and a wild and terrified young tenderfoot from the banks of the Sandusky shot through a ticket brokers ofilce and hasnt benn seen since be disap peared down the The bullet struck the sidewalk and split In several frag one piece striking a Irdy passen ger near by in the right but in tlictlng no Weather till 8 For Kansas Fair cooler southerly winds becoming var Fire 1U Business Entall Inu a of worst are ever known in this city broke out this morning at 1 oclock in William Homes livery and in less than two hours at least worth of property in the business portion of the city waa The greateat loss was the First National owned by Congressman The vault con taining In currency and valuable books and gave way under the intense heat 3 oclock at and waa totally d thrf fire was atill r At The Barned to house at 1504 Germantown avenue was destroyed by fire early this Barab aged and Minnie her aged 10 and Annie her were burned to Mclntyre escaped in her night clothing but finding that tho girls had been less fortunate ran back to rescue She was overcome by tbe flames and Tbe three bodies were found close to one His Own KANSAS ton bold an inquest over the body of John the verdict be ing that the young mans death was caused by his own The fact thatwith the wide summer coaches now in the trains on Trooat avenue line vasa dangerously close to each Tbe funeral will take place from the Church of tbe Sacred Heart this Father Dwyer Texas Ban Antpnia special says the Republican state convention was called to order at neon by Executive Committee Chairman De gress of There ore something over 000 delegates 40 pei cent one fire engine of the city had a small stream playing on a small building next to the Hutch block endeavoring to save that but it is feared that it will also bo The loss at 3 oclock included tbe bank the Odd Fellows two of the best livery stables and a number of other smaller The loss to the bank will be the heaviest on account of the loas of the Homes lose will be about with no Afewof the other losses are Mc Gulres grocery loss Grimes loss the Ken tucky loss Junes Havens Baces at the Lake Shore Driving Park races King Bprague won the trot beet time The was won byTbolberg Jim Sneeks beet time Glande won the mile dash for all Vienna time Strike on the Manama via strike on the Panama railroad Tbe strikers will not allow the work to be done by The wires were cut several times and attempts were made to tear up tbe Winners at BnBEPBifBAi Bept of todays races Accidental Scorr Guy Quance the 9yearold son of Quance living near Scott City was yes terday accidentally shot by hia 13year old and died a few hours after Tho boys were out hunting and a rabbit springing up the elder brother shooting at it struck his brother American annual meet ing of the American Bankers Association occurred here Papers on vari ous subjects were An adjourn ment was taken after tbe appointment of a nominating Slnftle Tax NEW 3 single tax conference was in session again George presented the Tho platform was finally adopted aa read by   

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