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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                i 1 5 X Friends of CON TRIBUTE to the NEWS DEFENSE HUTCHINSON Friends of CONTEIBUTE to tho NEWS DEFENSE The inoii Convicted of tho Murder of Shorift1 Cross are Contribute to the NEWS Fund for thoir VI SUNDAY SEPTEMBER NEARINGTHE Oongrepsmen Arranffinrj Their Af fniraFor Two More will Probably See the Close of tbe Present VflOlila Bave Grown Tired of nnil tlie RolonR Heltlom Dave AaillenoeH In the he VongrtiMlouttl Hair haHLokt Noueof Italntercitrur Vlnltorii f or A KaDMaa Uenilbeat Gooil Work of Onr Beoatori In llehalf of Peullon TUB HCTOHINBON NKWS 800 TwMlfth j Tha date of adjournment la now vart v fixed on tho 15th and 20th while a few more sanguine jre tea a termination of this long 1 i between tlieSOth and Since agreement lo wljiurn soma a the atmosphere of pence broods the council and the gal arles only show up a few listless Persons who drop peer around f the canmbera a few mfiuteu ben slldu out without any piulnnsu of listening to the tariff dobao on the Slid thn venerable door Barrett when hi attention bad been called In the empty The people have lost interest In the 1 remember when this question brought out tun bent of an J the galleries were When the BduiUe occupied tunoldpor tion of the UK supreme court there was never room for the peoplo who came to eit Hutl listen for bourn to tha speeches thun uiado on this The lloKinley bill goes swimmingly Senator Plumb that It will consume a couple of days next To such persons as desire inform ation and excellent opinion on both sides of the the week would have f iieen of but to one seeking en or aentullon the senate gall ery will be To hear Democracy advocating the protectl of leoionfl and with go d Republicans eagerly banging away at overpro tection on certain other indicates a getting together which is vary much more edifying than The which has been amplified Into the Aldrich having beu adopted by thn senate will sVidoubtedly pursue its way triumphant ly through tho Senator Plumb now says that the McKinley bill will go to the house substantially the name as While tho bouse is Bending this on to the president the senate will nfiw the interest felt in compound lard It will endeavor to discriminate justly between thu farmers who makes hog and the farmers who makes cotton seed WANTS A KOHKCABT OKTI1K Why dont you advertise when you are going to have a row f It has been my luck to mis every squabble this ses xald tbe wile of a western member yotierday to Payson of Illinois is what my wife laughed and then he told with great delight how he once managed to iflfure that peculiar pleasure for his It was two years said Mr Pnysuu when rhe air was lull of rumors ol an impending battle between Voorhees and Everybody knew what this and everybody was eager to see the man tram lay out the man from Paysons heart UBS so completely fixed upou this promisee entertainment that I went over to the tennte and called lay v ing tha situation before him I you must tell me when this IB going to hap pen ior my wlte is going to be terribly The senator laughed ove this very earnest and admiltec that there might be some few words be tween himself and the distinguished gentleman tram the day fol Payson was there when he senate and thu few words phieh rattled about the senate chamber br two hours that afternoon compensa id she for her many dleap While everybody publicly eel ares that the late unpleasantness 1 e house was most were altercation advertised for any this tun galleries would be To tho discredit of human jt must be confessed that ts well as correspondents look forward to a wrangle with Infinite and will tell It beaming with after which the one will go ftway and tell her neighbor how it and the other will telegraph the auume fulaftdir to people who are deprived this eoj The wife of Senator Davis is said to enjoy more of these con gressional scenes than any lady m A telephone wirp con nects her residence with the and whenever there is promise of a little her husbrnd sends her and she is very soon In her particular corner of the senate looking like a and enjoying tbe fun like a little A KAHBAS DBAP Thin Is waai ihe disgusted hlato V rlan pronounced and from a certain chagrined and out of pocket inflection of bis I tbe story as quite About two months sgo a very fresh young man with a drooping mus tache and furtive materalliBil at the capital and fastened himtelf upon the Kansas On bis arrival from Topeka he announced lulmelf as the ipecial correspondent of a paper In that a paper which at one time had em Jloyed him but now ban a regular corres pondent He said also one stalking into the committee room of distinguished member of the delegation and addressing the have nBTer Iked am now going to In vestlgate him and write him up however t turns He varied his stories ac cording to the opportunl his To one e claimed that the office in Topeka had given him a holiday with a new suit of in and a lass to To others he con eeaed having been turned oft with the the suit of clothes and onlv fifty cents in At one time he was do ng Independent at another le was making money off the Jut and every confluence he Un shed with a request for money in turns ranging from twentyfive cants to and Bo cleverly did ho manage each member by imposing secrecy aa to his unfortunate condition that ho was able to ivevery comfortably joint col Several members gave him work valued at f 10 and Mi other pilled him to the extent ot a He did Hie receivod the pay nnd another man bad to do it nil over In of bat he had M one ttmt he intended to live off the delegation nail tbe lobby his buaiaena cateer terminated liy nn getting together of Ills supply win cut and thu youngr man having news paper row to limit saw poverty star ing him in the At thio hi broke weeping copiously at different times in the presence of several mem Uia lust shedding of jtears occurred in tho private room of the member whom he had come down to The gentleman in question put his band In his pocket producing a railroad fare to and money enough for meals on the and the clever deadbeat is now on en route to where he will probably become a burden once more upon the office from which he stay In Washing Ion he wrote several letters which were published in the he represented without credentials and without His so said the were made up of yarns ami such as amazed and disgusted every Kansan ILOWS AND CANE MILLS AND Among too Interesting figures brought to bear upon this question ot foreign trulo in American farm Aldncb presented the two price lists of the Chattanooga Plow company which now obtains In our own country and Mex There are four grides or numbers of tbe which cost the farmer In tha United States or nine The same number or grade of plow Is sold In Mexico for and What Is even greater Im portance to cane mills sold here for and when delivered THE FIRST Grand Republican Demonstration at Jefferson County Turns Out En Masse to Hear Political laaucs Governor nr Meorvtarr Geuernl Han Lewli Ucnluok Bud Other Kralnent Hpeakera 111 Attendance XlHnr Alliance Mail 8leaker Meed ulolM Ille Conaretilonal Campaign at Frlonde VonlUent of a Big Mnjurlty at the Kleotlon f Thin has been n great day for Otkaloosa and Jef ferson ae marking one of the big gest und beat political meetings lu ItB Governor Lieuten ant Governor Secretary Lewis Uanbaokann BimmDDB of Lawrence held a large audience from 3 oclock until and all the townships but two were the crowd being composed mostly of with a large number of Alliance men uid ladles The largest room in lown wan too and the meeting was held In the court bouse of the features of the day wag a big procession from Barcoxte township composed mainly of Sarcoxie Alliance aid adorned with ban ners and One gsy with held a dozen ladies while an other huge platform on wheels held twenty young men with tUgs and colored surrounding a twenty eight foot Hag from which floated tho stars and Governor Humphrey ipoko first and emphatically deflned his poiiition on the question ot the His remarks were frequently applauded and seemed to meet the approval of the Caldwell fallowed In a remarka ble forcible speech of over an hours which captured the great ence Then followed Qanback with his eloquent periods and striking anecdotes which brought sbouls and cheers from his Governor Felt spoke briefly but to the point and a member ol Surcoxie Alliance closed tbe day with a forcible Though the Republican campaign formerlly opans on the this was tho first Toe distinguished party of visitors were highly pleaeed with their in Mexico and are retailed Ufa1 and there at and Aldrich then demanded of Veat the names of the American manufacturers farm imple ments who were selling at lower rates to While Vest explained that he could not do to at that time as he did not know the names of tho firms In but ho offered to put up tbe etakoa with Aliirioh then and the agreeing if time enough wore glvf to buy and produce the implements as verlised in the Mining Journal for for eign It la to hoped that Vest will produce the proofs and settla a tion which Is of go much importance to the who paying such enor mous prices for the nucessary equipments of the modern Aldrich pub lishes thn firm name of Banders along with the price It is now in order that the Damocratic statesman show down in tbe same Speaking of projection it order to mention tbe readable extracts from Eng lish which are republiahed In the Ricord of the A paragraph from the Sheffield Independent may not prove as an indication of British idea of Blalne the McKinley and the Republican out This Is of July lilalne has come dawn U it footed as the Buying against tariff bill and thutio a terrible blow for the UcKin ley although the secretary of ntata baa no seat in the baa hitherto been regarded as the most pow erful man in the Republican All this is good news for and a calm and dignifled protest may help the downfall of the ridiculous proposal But serious talk of retaliation1 would at once strengthen the high tariff and if resorted which there le at little establish the tariff and alienate the sympathy of the western who tj day are aa bitterly opposed to tbe McKinley hill as we are Ou the If we do not lose our and the wont comes to the these western farmers will assuredly help to secure the downfall of tbe Re publican and Install in their places a Democratic government pledged to a largely reduced running a long way in tho direction of free or A man whose fences are in tuoh ditlon as to save the necessity of splitting new rails evory can afford to look aa woll and as conscience clear iu does of while he remained in tbe bouse looking after tbe The people were out closing up an possible gaps in the fences and tee ing that none of them bad been let Continued on latt tiding this attitude of the banks would certainly be the UuUhlng So long as the Cniesgn and Orand Trunk and the Anhath decline to adopt the roadn that tiso it cinnnt expect to suecesefully compete with nnd it reasona ble to purpose that they will coaiiuue to sacrifice their revenues In what now up pears to lie a hope ees Omul phis it that the fjliroo will probably re turn to Its old bill f lading next It was Freeident Newell of the Shore who Qrnt recommended tho atria R o words not nr d It is well understood that he will not sup port the bill that is not Should tho Like Shore take the action expected of there will of course be a slam on part of the other roads end ihe UBW bill of lading will be lef without a fupporterin the Central Traffic Associa Monthly Report of the Secretary of Ihe State Board of The monthly crop report of Hecretory Itsued to make a very dlscnuraning showing on The report BBJB Reports now in from correspondents of ibis board from all but two counties of this state indicate that the general condition of growing crops throughout the ex cepting is better than rtjporttd a month rains having Improving the condition of pastures and all kinda of forage Of the area planted to corn last spring our correspondent report per cent worth harvesting and thn average yield per acre on area worth harvesting is reported at sixteen Accord ing to this estimate the oora product of Kansas this year will be about fifty million however of tbe corn area considered not wortSi much contains considerable on and will make valuable Tim present eatimato places tbe total corn product of the state at about UU per Cont lees than that reported one montU This falling off is duo to the fcipt developed during the month that man oars which promised well were found to be defec tive nubbins or partly Hence the Bbrinkageof the Too actual y eld can be determined only a cuc uiderable tne crop is Nearly all the corn grown lu Kansas this year la in the eastern third of the A number o counties in tills eccEiuri re port the entire area planted tn corn worth Harvesting hurt an acreage jlblu per acre of from twenty to la the bilanco of tho state a very large percentage of area plautcii la reported not worth In many counties ihere is practically no Our corrfupondenw as threshing Speaker will cam paign in Bpoiker liaeds district closed this when more than at tended a mass meeting in the city under the auspices of the Young Mens Republican whose banner tiangs above the platform where sat leventy flve President Walter editor of the had Reeds entrance with McKinley was greeted with long ap plause and cheers by the which was large and much more enthusiastic than any other during the He was intro duced by He referred to Cue influence of the McKinley bill on business tilso to theallver saying the United States circulating medium was the best in the world and be called upon McKinley to deliver the speech of he This was the lattera first Portland and was the meet elo quent one of the being directed to the tariff as affecting buslneM Speaker Rued stated today that he anticipated a majority of in the dls although his friends feel confident that it will reach Morrlll Positively fol lowingdispatchhas been received from Congressman Morrill 1 cunoot con tout to reoiula here two yean more and Blmll HeremptorUr decline ttie This satisfies Merrills friends that there Is no use urging his candidacy fur Npeaker SKIIAGO Reed spoke for twenty minutes today to acrowd on the the hiitory of the Republican The Demo he had opposed every Repub lican benefit when Introduced aud now claimed them as their The same would bo true in live yean of the count Ing uonvoting congressmen TUB NEW HIUL OP Present Indloatloiuare hat It Will Prove a Complete transpires that the eastern banking houses are itlll unwilling to advance money on the new uniform bill of lading and many of them firmly refuse to accept it si collateral for notwithstanding the limita tion of the nonnegotiable The for this that itt value aa security is greatly impaired by other particularly the one which is designed to release tho railroads from any liability for damage or lots of property When the the old form waa knew in that uie if represented was destroy ed In transit the property which their paper shi er from tbe curler andthus meet his but the new form especially Intended to trans fer thla reinontibllity from the carrier to tbe shipper aad the latter to take all If anything needed to complete the defeat of the new bill of tain wss A TERRIBLE Fifteen Men Killed Outright n Premature flany Injured Wbilo Other Have n Stoat Miraculous Escape a Horrible rarftmen In the Northern Iaclllc at Spokane Barleti Itaaeath an Horrible Wreck on tbe Dearer and Bin Grande Railway Besalti In the Death Men and the iDjurlnx of thirty OlheritOtliar Ilallwnr Sapt S minutes before U oclock this evening a premature blast in the Northern Pacific yards killed Qtteem men and possibly The full extent of the disaster is It was just before he hour of quitting A large force of men wss engaged In blasting out a huge rock pile in the Northern Pacific freight yards in the eastern part of the From fifty to seventy men ware at work in thecut at the Fifteen have been taken out a number in and still others come out alive All la confusion and it is impossible yet to get or Aa rapidly as the mangled bodies are taken out they are carried to the Some of tha workers wore preparing blaata to be touched off after Uia other workmen and teams had deputed for the One blase had baun In a second it was The jar also touching cfl the ilrst Twoatyilve thousand cubic feet of rock was blown over upon the unsuspecting miBj ot hu manity with terrible Hundreds u people gathered at thescenenndthevrorkottaklng out the dead and In j tired has since bgen going The scenes at the hospital are heartren tho wives au4 relatives ot the workmen are crazed with grief and sus ipurt anil burling one tonach side of Ihe At least a score of pnrsons were on tbotrail car And they tumbled about n all some being hurled a iinzin away and others pinned under tho which was All of hem were so biully Injured that they hadtObe carried from the tbe moat is yielding expected and the quality indicating nrcuudt month will fully OATS AND PLAX Both these cruuB are yielding unusually well and are profitable to tbe f Potatoes are an extremely light crop in many The condition may im prove yet throughout Tne condition is reported at 30 per 10 per lower than a month Broom tame prairie sorghum and millet all allow an im proved condition over a monjth Brom corn wltn lull acerage 64 tame grass compared With full av erage 63 prairie grass com pared with full average 58 torgnum compared with full average 05 millet compared with full average CO potatoes compared with lull average THIS PEED Of the corn no worm harvesting 60 per is reported an being cut up fur Pastures and all forage crops now growing am improving greatly by the plentiful rains which iiave been falling in noirlj portion of tho An increase ftcurage of wheat of 0 per anil of rye of 16 per are report ad by our Tula with rains u warm weather duiiug the fall will afford a large amount ol the best wintur witn the exception of coun ties west of the Ualon Pa cific rallro and counties north of our curiespondents say there will be a sufficient amount of feed to carry tbe stock from now on good lUOGBANUK lie fioDond geotloo or A Freight Xt tutue Cud of ttie ffirnti most eer ious happened on pr Ortulteu Tbronxh a cars and the engine of a northbound and Dan ville railroad crashed through a bridge nto the Yadhln a few miles from this No one was The loss is something less than Wreck In SOUTH Boston westbound express crashed into the Commutation train on the Dsnbury andNorwalk branch of the Housatonic this city and injured suine thirty or more but none ORE OP NBW VOKKB AQraEf Drunken Into a Crowd of street was crowded with passengers at 1 today when Policeman Edward crazy ran out of the bar room of the Maileria house and Bent Hve bullets in succession into the throng of People lUd in all directions panic Ranger rushed out of his house at the first shot and was stricken on the sidewalk Instantly with a bulletin bis He wss taken to Si VinctmVs A policeman fan up and Sweeney turning hastily to flee fell heavily aud broke his The police man was taken to the hospital a It was Sweeuavs day He went to thn Maderla hotel to ment a woman and when he did not llnd her fired his volver at a mirror and shattered He then into the ami flied at random bio Populnlloa of Tile FreHldont at Creuou Hprln CUK8BON dinner the weather having partially cleared the accompanied by his went for a Walk to the celebrated Iron Springs and spent about two hours rambling among the picturesque spots tbat abound lu this of gave an informal tea this afternoon ia honor of McKeeand MrsMtuiiell which was at tended by nearly oil the other cottagara and most of the laily giiosta of the Moun tain house In the evening the president aud ladies of bin party attended tbe reg ular Saturday at and to great posh of people to see the was oompe led to how ar dancing ii The temporarily nnd ot 5 I uaiock this Baotions number of freight left Pueblo at 3 oclock for the Tie aacuud sec a passenger coaoo laborers tuuad for through the Bay feed will be and generally throughout the by a careful husbandry of feed stock will be carried through the winter wicbout any serious ANUC11INCH Rains have fallen during August in every county in the but have varied muchin the quantity of water In some raius were in others while in many counties the rainfall was Qanerally throughout the state the ground ir in excellent cunciiliou for sowing wheat and Chinch bugs are reported in many but m no great qusctitiss and nowhere ae they reported as doing any serious On the whole the outlook la Kansas is more encouraging than it baa been and the prospect tor a vigorous and thrifty growth of wheat and rye during the fall is bettor than It has been in many por tions of the state for some DsfeoUl lout A worst hall storm on record occurred here last evening and all crops in this country that were spared by the drouth and ready for harvesting were utterly The extent of tbe damage cannot be es but one thing is destitution of last year will be totally eclipsed by that of next Hallroad Kttnimj Jour nal says tbe Central of Georgia and East it It purchased the New Albany and Chicago the Monon and made it a part of their great southeastern fop a 4The popula tion of the state of Vermont is announced by the census bureau today as a decrease in ten of all the Including the children were prevented to tbe qecirge of the vanin arrived hero thla evening arid made a short visit to he presidential and some of the Western extensions oYjae had either stopped in the out near Florence or had greatly re duced their when tho second sec tbe engineer of which was pre vented from seeing the first section bya curve in tbe dashed into the coach tearing it into a thousand pieces and throwing wounded and dead onto the track a feet Twelve loaded freight cart ahead ot tbe cooohwere detailed anil completely None of the trainmen were Those who escaped from the car together with somaytthe citizens of were at work taking tho injured and dead from the wreck to the which was turned into a temporary Of the forty seven known to Have been sleeping in the five nero killed instantly and thirlj Pnyeiciiiufl Oftnoh City and Pueblo arrived in a very short virne on special trains and gave tbo wounded all the attention The injured were taken to the com panys hospital at Bnlida tonight and two of the men are not expected to live until The dead ate Idaho Jonathan James The most seriously injured are James fractured botu hips Ed hip John ttead badly V L Juhn bdth legi brokuu in ternal internal injuries and head Abaldo scalp wound and shoulder John leu hip brokea and leg broken and thigh Michael spine David internal It it not decided who is responsible for the An investigation will be made at The to tbe companys property will be in the neigh borhood of AihervllleOetii arllea en had a meeting this afternoon In respOUtt to a uall published n the to take actionOn tbe ser vant girl wUcii has been agi tated for several General incom potency and unreliability are the com plalntl Fitch was electad president and read a paper advo cating the formation of a union of house keepers to secure good servants and fix tbe schedule of rates of This Is tint society of the kind ever formeit lii the Death nt the CLEVELAND frightful accident occurred at the Wilson avenue crossing of the New Chicago and LouWrftilrojd In this city about 780 oclock which at lautidozaa persons were terribly some of them The crossing is on a steep down which runs an electric street railroad Ao electric motor drawing car was approaching from the The safety were up tbe road apparently as the Motor bad oroiied the railroad track an engine running at twenty five aa hour dashed out iron behind a pilot otthe engine struck aweleotrUtrain between tbe motor aud trail cutting IN Tho Senato Nearly Ready For a Vote on tho Tariff It Only AvraltH the Final pouches of Critical Kamlunpcr aud Friend lr The Conference Report on tbe RUer and Zlnrbor Hill lo ID Ibe ami Laid Over In the Kvnate to A wait a QuorumMem and Oatliend About thn National the transactions of the routine morning buii the senate resumed the conitdera tion of the tariff On motion of Manderaon an amend ment waa agreed to fixing the duty on white pine shingles nt 20 cents per The committee amendment placing sponges on the free list wns naye and the rate of duty 30 per ad valorem At the suggestion of 1lumb an amendment was adopted fixing at 80 cents per gallon the duty on benzine as sistant or soluble oil containing more than 50 per ot caitor Kvmta offered the amendment pro posed by him impi sing uauly of 10 per ad valuicm on all toss the growth or product of the countries east of the Capo of Good whenIm ported from places west of tbe Cape of Uood He made a statement in explanation and in favor of the amend ment which ia intended to put a stop to Importation of tea by way of Canada nnd of tbe Uape of Good Hope instead of di rectly from disapproved of the amend ment as being a retaliatory the only effect of which would be to add to toe cost of He had no excuse to offer for the course of Canada In Impos ing additional duties on tea and coffee Imported from the United Stales which course be regaroen aa perfectly redlcu M Gorman stated as an objection to Kvurlfa amendment that a large amount of tea was imported into the United States from and that there was no direct between tbe United mates and Brtoonor moved to amend Bvarts adding the follow ing There shall be levied and col lected upon all from the Dominion of 10 per ad and upon all roasted or from the Dominion of threecebtu per pound and 10 per RnlgbU Deny all Compllcltr leaders of the strike persist that the trsin wreck ers were not at laying the blame on every one imaginable except their own Robert Iiiierton said to night the persons who placed tbe ob structions on the tracks of the Now York Central would surely be ferreted and it would be found that they did so at the instigation of a man In the councils of the He believed this to be oneof a aeries of train wrecking by the A Vreoub later dispatches describing the Hochefort Thieband duel it appears that the combatants fought fiercely for twenty Roohe f ort displayed the greater agility running around his adversary and making furious Thlebind received three his opponents sword piercing his right cheek and right thumb Taitiband went to where ho is now confined to his His are not ot a oar loan Gorman moved to add to Evarts amendment a proviso tbat teaa Imported directly Into the United States on through bills of lading from countries east ot the Cape of Good ilope and trans shipped at any foreign port or place Shall not be subject to the duty therton Evarts accepted that modification to hla The question was token on Bpoon ers amendment and was Evarts amendment as modified was agreed The Qnnuco committees amendments to sections from U to the admiuittra tlse features were to without be ing doctloni 25 and 20 ot Ihe relating to dealers In leaf on the recommendation of the finance com 24 nay All Democrats voting against rein torced by Btewart All teotlons In the house bill from 27 to 46 inclusive on the report of tbe committee on struck They related to tbe internal revenue provisions as to peddlers of tobacco Uxes ot tobacco and cigars and vinegar Bectlong Irom t2 to relating to domestic were also struck and the committee amendments to the other sections of the bill were agreed Blxtythrea of the house y ieQtiOBt was on the recom mendatlon of COinmlttea struck Aldricb ottered an additional sec tion which was agreed declaring that tbo valuo of foreign coins as expressed in tbe United States money of account shall be that o tbe pure metal In such and shall be declared quarterly by the director of the mint Thla closed the consideration of tbe tariff bill txceptutothe sugar reciprocity and Dome few reserved para graphs which will come up on Monday waen speeches are to be limlteu thirty minutes in no senator to speak more than once on the same The voting Is to begin on Tuetday and after the stage of the third reading of the bill is three hours is to be al lowed to each side for general discus Weekly BauU weekly bank statement ebows the following changes In 100 legal de banks now hold lens than the of the 25 par Like Ul whu was sentenced to forty lubes to be given In three In stallments and two years imprisonment for criminally assaulting a little girl re trieved the first installment ot the cat He his punishment yelling for morcy at every Arrwtwt lor Xli who was Indicted to cjuslng the death Mary Penley In connection with the railroad disaster in this ciy 19 arrested on capias last tvening and taken to Dedham Changed IfOnrSoon Kioehassold interest in the Mcmitor tobis The Monitor under the new will continue asttUBch RtpublkoM Tbe conference report on the river and harbor bill presented and The presiding officer Ingallsj said that on a measure involving so large a sum of unney and Including so many contested he would not take the responsibility of declaring that he conference repot was agreed to un less it so ttpoesred that a quorum waa On dlvisi ri there were but twentyone senators voting and so with out action on the conference report the senate THE On motion of Baker ot Mew a bill was pass ed granting a pennon of month to General Perry The house Chen proceeded o the consideration of the conference report on the river and harbor of criticised thOM portions of the bill an agrjed upon in conference which make appropria tions for tbe purchase of the portage Lake cans snrj for the improvement of tbe bay lake of defended tbe action ot tbe further brief debate the confer ence report was agreed to and the house Wllllnt to Prepay 8 The secretary of the treasury circular late this offarina to prepay due Janimy and July 1st nn bonds of the 4 per cent caniuls of The popula tion ot the city of Kv M M Aa Increase of in tea   

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