Hutchinson News, September 10, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Hutchinson News September 10, 1890

Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 10, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Keep m During Mie Cninpnigu by Sub scribing for tho G u HUTCHINSON Reafl tte Aflvertaeits And PatnmisiB Business Houses Advertising in tho WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER READY FUR A I The Tariff Bill Has Passed tho Third liiit an Adjournment wasTakon With out tUc Final Which Will Come ordered that hereafter daily session of the senate shall begin at 11 After an executive session the senate THE The HOMO Again Compelled to Without Transacting Anjr OnlliB a Uck of a McCook Transferred to tho Mopitrtiiiont uf Arizona Other Items Gathered About the National senate re sumed consideration ot the tariff Plumb moved an cmandment pro viding that where the axiatence of trusts or combinations to central tho production or sale of any article is proved to the sat isfaction of a court similar articles of foreign production are to be admitted free of naya Plumb offered an amendment tor tho appointment of a commission of five disinterested persons to be known as the customs with a permanent office in the city of Agreed nays On this vote there were no party lines The bill was then reported to the sen ate and all the amendments that had been adopted in committee of the whole were agreed to in the except thoee on which separate voteswere The first of them waa Plumbs am end merit for a cuatoms commission on which Gorman demanded a separate The amendment was agreed yeas nays The couimtEsion is to be composed of five disinterested pe rsons to be appointed by the president by and with the advice and consent of file The com mis Blotters are to coutinue in office six but any of them maybe removed by the president for neglect of duty or malfeasance in No more than i three of them are to be appointed from the eame political They are to have a salary of with traveling expenses they are provided with a a stenog rapher anl and such other clerical assistants as they may Their permanent office is to be in tho city of Their duties are to be us follows ascertain the average price of commodities imported and the factors that determine tho prices of such com modities during the six mouths previous to chauge m ascertain the quantity and of importation of commodities dar ing the six months previous to changes in the customs ascertain the quantity and value of such commodities produced in the house today the point of no quorum raised after the reading of the journal and the roll No quorum Haugen offered a resqlution directing the ser geantalarms to summon Breckinridge of Kentucky moved to lay resolution on the nays Haugen said It was evident that the news from the mall had so demoralized als Democratic friends aa to render them incapable of doing any business to He therefore moved that thn house ad The motion was agreed in executive session confirmed the following nominations United States Richard son of at register of the land of fice at receiver of public chaplain in the Postmasters Graf Hailenden occurred about a year after the death of it was an un happy union and they lived together but a faw In order to obtain pos session of the little fortune Fulton will have to get a divorce from her pres ent husband and then mates another effort to sail the sea of connubial she does not seem inclined to Fultons has a certified cnpy of the He nays she can come into full control of her portion of the es tate in less than three months after the conditions of the will have been complied Fulton ia a handsome woman of and has a large circle of She has one a boy of the result ot her first KANSAS They Meet at Wlohlt note Oonerlomera Composed at Mosslwc Whisky Republicans a i and Noml id Anything ForOflleo Allan e KepubUoWlt Meet nt the Haino Place and the Same Ticket Candidates Kxpocted to Htraddle Two Ilutforn One Khilors MuOook the United ascertain how the rates of customs duties operate to increase or diminish production ia the United c ascertain at what particular rate of customs duties operate injuriously or favorably to the development of man ufacturers and or operate in juriously r favorably to tho ascertain the effect of the customs duties upon the prices of agri cultural productions and their consump tion in the United ascertain the effect of such customs duties in respect to the employment and the payment of remu nerative wages to labor in the United States und a comparison of the same with the labor and wages in other coun consider the effect of cus toms duties or the absence of them upon mining or other industrial interests of the people ot the United ascertain and compare the actual cost and the selling both at wholesale and of similar manufac tured commodities reduced to common measures and money in the United States and ascertain the growth and development of the principal manufact uring industries affected oy the tariff achedules in Belgium and the United Stales for the last twentylive and to ascertain the relative cost of transportation ia those countries and the United Daniel demanded a separate vote on the ccmmittee amendment striking out the internal revenue section to the tobacco amendment Agreed and the sections were struck U The next vote was on the reoiproc ity amendment offered by Aldrich for the finance It was agreed 38 1 The next vote was on the amendment 1 to paragraph lowering the sugar to be admitted tree of duty from 18 to It was agreed eral Alexander McCook has bsen or dered to proceed from to Los and assume command of the department of A Boom for land office at in the public land has been ordered to remain at Boucu on Sept Tramps made a raid upon the residence of a wealthy stockman liv ing four mi les east of between the hours of U and 10 oclock Sunday morn and Gateswere in the some distance from gathering when they noticed three men entering the house by means of a Gates immediately started for the closely followed by when the tramps dis covered they were and began to beat an unceremonious Gates went into the armed him self with a revolver and a 50calibre Win chester and started in Not nuc cending in overtaking he opened fire without doing more damage than causing the dust to uy around their who is an Englishman and has the characteristic ot doing what he starts out to mounted a started after the captured one of brought him to town and saw him safely lodged in the Hotel de They did not succeed in getting anything of though in a bureau drawer they ransacked was a watch and nearly two hundred dollars in wife of Commission er received a telegram that her mother hid She left on Mondays train for to be present at the School will commence Monday next boy will learn to shoot RIOTS AT A Mub of Striking Dock Charged by made a riotous demonstration tonight and were only dispersed at the point of tho The trouble began with the preventing the de parture of several The strikers also beseiged the gates of the docks and prevented the entrance of Two companies of infantry arrived irf the evening and drove the mob away from the Tho dock men made a desperate attempt tn break tho line formed by the A number of the horses were bayoneted and some ot the riders seri ously By this time the crowd tmd benn greatly augmented and volley after volluy of stones were hurled at the One lieutenant had the bridge of his nose broken by a stone and two others wore seriously The troops were supplied with ball each man receiving twenty The mob still following upon tho the soldiers were ordered to and the whole line advanced with fixed Fora moment the rioters made a show of Seeing many of their num ber pierced by the bayonets of the the mob broke and fled in wild The excitement throughout the is and further trouble is Ing Grover Cleveland and the Other Prclldei Protection For For Lieutenant For for Public For Chief J For Attorney Oene ml Free Trade i HarrlRon and llillcal Conven Boblnflon Ranta Klrby Joaupli Uillou Wood Nlcholton Ives AN INNOCENT The Puniffhuient Visited on an Aged Gunat of LA a whitehaired United States was released from the North ern Indiana penitentiary today by or der ot President Martin is now nearly 80 years In 1837 he went to on a The house where he stopped a part of the time proved to be a counterfeiters but the fact WAS not discovered un til some time after Martin had returned to When raided by secret ser vice men two inmates were aud because Martin had been their com panion was arrested and taVen back too Kan charged with the same He con victed and sentenced in 18S3 to five years imprisonment in the penitentiary at Martin found the Kansas prison a hlthy and unhealthy and after serving eleven months there his friends secured his removal to the Indi ana Martins two when behind the completely ex onerated and this with other in have at last brought about bis Democratic state convention held to day nomin ated a ticket Uo publicans and aa follows For of For Bnnta of Great For ot Abi For oseph Kearney For Superintendent Public Instruo of Atiilerson county For Chief Nicholson of Geary John Farmers Alliance candi date for attorney genera was endorsee for that and his placed on the The following platform wns adopted your committee on res olutions have instructed me unannounce to report the following to the cousidera tion tne convention the representatives of the Demo cratic party of Kansas In convention as sembled continued opposition to al paternalism in state and na as tending to a centralization iu consistent with the principles ot persona and political freedom which were th aim of our and the hope of the deplore the tendonc manifested by the preacher pollticia who poses as the leader ot the Kepubli can party in this state toward ecclesiast The management of public a fairs which would make religious belie the test of eligibility for political prefe and declares our unalterable op position i declare the of K publican necessity the federal electio known as the force to be legitimate offspring of the party whic filched a and whose leade are willing to sacrifice for place an power the liberties of their fellow cit ideas instead of There arc now two prisoners boarding at the countys expense at the Hotel de One is comin tted for stealing and the other for Neither one seems to pine after work to any The Tables when farmers here raised any grain worth speaking of the price was so low that the whole crop would only bring enough to pay the interest on the This year they have from 300 to bushels of wheat worth 85 cents per 100 to bushels of rye worth 60 200 to bushels of oats worth 36 Most of them have potatoes for their tables for the and some have as high aa 800 bushels to Bell and are getting per Many BO fair pros pects for corn enough to but the corn crop will be light as compared Old corn is worth yeas nays follows W MAKES Tho Town of Oak Cliff lu Arms Over the Lltjuor Hunt of the court of appeals released the Oak Cliff saloon on a writ of habeas corpus this The court declared the local option law in the Oak Cliff pre cinct and made an order requiring County Judge who had refused to approve Jenkins bond to sell whisky at Oak to appear before him and show cause why he did not approve the Judge Bower declares that he will go tojaii before he will approve the Great excitement prevails over Judge Hunts and he Is roundly abused by the citizens of Oak who charge that he went out of his way to aid the liquor In the meantime the commissioners court have made an or der for a local option election iu the pre cthct of the and are sanguine that the precinct will go dry by a large ma Same of the citizens of Oak Cliff do not hesitate to declare whisky shall not be sold courts to the contrary with that of last 60 cents per The signal station here reports nearly three inches of rainfall during last The ground is in splendid condition for fall crops and many farmers have rye in the some of which is up and will make the best of grazing for fall and The cheese factory is outdoing even itself and is making by far the finest cheese ever sold The factory is well patronized both by the cattlemen and Iowa Wilson All the reserved amendments having been disposed the presiding officer an nounced that the bill was now before the senate for Plumb called for a separate vote on the committee amendment striking out of the bill the provision for a bounty of a dollar a pound on silk reeled fiom cocoons the United Ihe amendment to strike out was agreed 02 Pmmb and Several amendments were offered ana and then the question Shall the bill be engroaeed and offered to third reading On that question the yeas and were taken and yeas nays party The bill was read the third time and the question was stated to be Shall the bill pass Aldrich thereupon moved an ad but withdrew the motion so tit to allow an executive session to be On notion of Sbermsn it waa UNDBB BrBlNOB A Woman Helreas to a Fortune Condition al on Ber Laura who keeps a restaurant on Fifth street in this is heiress to a fortune of in who was formerly Haften wife of Horace is the wife of John a railroad although she does not live with Haftenden had a very wealthy uncle named John a who resided in In this who was then more than 70 years of leaving his nephews widow in cash and In productive real Under one of the conditions of the Fulton as been un able to get the This condi tion is that she shall be united m the bonds of matrimony with an honorable and live with him In wedlock at one In case of a failure to carry out this part of the will within seven years of the death of the the property goes to Trinity in The marriage of Fulton and War at steamer Taurus arrived today with warriors and soldiers from The men are in a pitiable their health having been completely shattered by tho hard ships they have The Taurus brings the details ot the defeat of Egb3 by the The it is took the three hundred from the The Dahomiana showec no and were guilty of mos inhuman All the infants that were captured in the vintages were killed many of them being burned Eg bos and twenty thousand of his followers tied to the Catholic mission at Abbec King afterwards ad vanced into the interior and capturec more One thousam women who were made prisoners wen favor a tarill law base upon public and not uponth eed and demand of favor the free coinage favor such change in 6Ui seal laws as will leave the control of the irculatlon of the country wholly in the ands of the favor liberal and just enslon laws as a rightful recognition of great debt due by the country to all eserving union Democratic party is a jarty of wageearners and nd we but speak for ourselves when we jxpress our sympathy for labor in its truggle with the money whether n the factory or on the We are opposed to all sumptuary leg and demand the earliest reaub miBsion of the socalled prohibitory to a vote of the and an immediate repeal of the laws passed nthe interests of which lonfersa dangerous power when the ourts substantially deprive the citizens jf trial by aud of local self govern and we declare unequivocally for iigh license and local arraign the Republican members of the present national house of representatives from Kansas for their unanimous vote for the McKiuley as the James Olllispie Blaiue would not provide market for a single bushel of Kansas wheat or a single larrel ot Kansas We condemn this vote aa being in the Interesfof man ufacturers ot the east and against the larmers and working men of the Republicans of this state in their late convention made John Ingalls an issue in this we are compelled to ask the people of Kansas to repudiate a man in a widely circu ated interview denounced reform In politics as an Irrldescent and de lared that the dialogue no place in and expressed thd belief that the use of money in a campaign for the em and it is the judgment of this con ention that the railroads of this state be required to pay taxes upon the 11 amount of their Republican Republican re ibrnission state convention met here to chairman of the state mtral called the convention order and introduced Banta Oreat as temporary eecher Stern of was made tem orary The usual committees ere appointed and the convention took recesa until 2 oclock Upon reassembling the temporary or anization was made The ommittee on resolutions reported the allowing which was adopted TheResubmissicn Republicans of Kan in convention assembled invite tho ttention of the intelligent and liberal inded voters of all parties tothefollow ng declaration of principles We renew our pledge of unwavering oyalty to the principles of the national iupublican which has ever been uremoet in championing the rights and iberty Of the anu in its manage ent of affairs bos been inspired by a tatesmanship so broad and catholic in pirit as to command the admiration and pproval of the lovers of liberty and the ufenders of human rights We are heartily in favor of the wise nd tarseeing policy of reciprocity as dvocated by Secretary Blaine and 1rea dent We are In favor ot the free coinage ol ilver and such increase in the volume ol he currency aa will meet the increasing demands ot trade and prevent the de ressiou in business and price of farm iroducts and consequent upon the carcity of We are in favor of such modification if the present tarill laws as will give equal protection and encouragement to mi the legitimate of tho eu ire including the vast agricul iural interests of the great We are in favor of that broad states manship which rises above mere sectian al and recognize the entire sisterhood of and extend to al equal encouragement and We aru in favor of the enactment by congress of a well guarded and equitabl bankrupt We are In favor of a deep water harbor at some suitable point on the Gulf o Mesico and urge our senators and repre sentatives in congress to labor for a lib eral appropriation for that We are in favor of a liberal appropria tion by congress tor the purpose of insti tuting a system of irrigation in the west era portion of this with a view to reclaiming the rich alluvial louds of tha We are iu favor of liberal and equlta ble pensions laws to the eud that ihos who imperiled their lives in the defens of their country and lost their o were disabled by and thuir wid ows and orphans shall bo Justly provided for by a grateful We arraign the party managers in thi state as disloyal to the principles an unfaithful to interests of the Hepub lican We charge that they have put the part in Kansas out of harmony with the na tional Republican and Ihereb absolved us from all obligations to longe Tha AtGblaona ofllcia Julj statement of the Atchiaon Including the Louis and San Francisco system Gross increase net For the year ending June 80 official ne HcGlutj apecla from New The jury in the case ot Sarah Randolph aliaa charged with soliciting the murder of president o the First National bank of New Oaatle returned a verdict of this after She wag remanded or at tlbopihead SiiEKisiiKAB win nen of todays races were Ballyhoo Kings Los Angeles and ho od the party to extravagancies and Unless promptly will bankrupt acd depopulate thn heee things ns aatheony method which promised success to sink party references in the politics for the and unite with such of our fellow citizens of the state as share our convic without regard to for the of correcting the follies into ilafia ountieu and municipalities and ia the onstruction of building nd in the support of public We nro in favor ot the enactment of We are opposed to the employment of onvict labor in competition with free We recognize the dignity of labor and tat it is the primary source of all legitt ate wealth and are therefore in favor f the enactment of such reasonable and ust laws as will secure labor its juat re ward in competition with and we tvor the enactment ot law designating le first Monday of September of each oar as a legal WB denounce the law relative to the ale of lands for delinquent taxes as op and demand that the penalty ow imposed and the interest now al ownd on the tax sale certificates which s 24 per be reduced at least one Reserving his convictions upon other every true without re ard to can loyally and consistent join with us in the accomplishment of iese Relying upon Ihe justice of our D invite the cooperation of liberal minded men throughout tLe and with it tho success of the cause of the Deople will bo assured and a new era of prosperity will dawn upon the The nomination of candidate for KOV rnor was declared tn iobinaon wan the only and he was nominated Banta was nominated for lieutenant When the Democratic con vention had completed its ticket the other on it were endorsed by the The convention then The convention was well at 300 delegates being Minnesota Derno ratic state convention met here today and adjourned until 2 after ef ecting temporary organization and ap pointing the Upon reassembling the temporary or anizatlon was made The committee on resolutions reported a plat orm denouncing tho Lodgn bill and the McKmley bill expressing sympathy with Ireland favoring practical temper and denouncing sumptuary lawa U rover Cleveland waa enthusiastically Nominations were called for and th allowing persona named Thomas Wil Ames and Owen is the candidate for governor on the Farmers Alliance The chairman then read a lotte from Owen iu which he stated tha he was the candidate of those who wer fighting for not for ani he could not permit himself to be Lrough before the Democratic convention to nomination or Ills nam waa therefore declared withdrawn an also Th roll was called and Wilson was nomiu The first ballot for lieutenantgoverno 821 Baldwin 140 At the evening aession the ticket wa completed aa follows Secretary of stat Lindholm of Stillwater Blerman of Olmstead county treasure j iu Charles uote of Minneapolis atto their Lured t David Calhoun of wllea C imprixiu oud clerk suinem viBioast Ihey hove oommlt ployment ot hired Hessians was JuBtlfl i believe that prohibition bios brought upon the people of this state Incalculable and baa tended to pro as its legitimate perjury and It has corrupted the ver foundations of justice a system 6 hired spies and and a our courts adiagraoe in the ad ministration of public declare emphatically in favor of high license and local option and recommend a law providing for that for eaoh license issued for the of liquor shall be paid the county treasurer for the purpose of making and improving county and that the city municipality shall iu audition fix such sums aa the mayor and council may dn are emphatically in favor of the exercise by thfi legislature of its undoubted powers to regulate the op eration of railroads in this to the end that passenger and f might rates shall be reasonable and There is no legal right let railroado to charge a small shipper a higher late than a large nor it It Juat for common carriers to charge a higher sum for the transporta tion of agricultural products than of any liberal appropriation by congress for the purpose ot thoroughly totting the practicability of Irrigation in the western partof this state andfiieo favor a liberal appropriation by congrass for a deep walar harbor on the Gulf ot Hex vhlch we have been and thus ireserve the good name and further pros erity of the We believe that too much legislation a a and are in favor of a complete revision of Kansas with a view to the correction of those laws which are mperfect and the elimination of all auch aa are superfluous and or not We are in favor of a rigidly honest and economonical administration of all busi ness of the state to the end that taxation may be reduced and the burdens of the people We are in favor of tho abolishment by law of the offices of assistant attorney police county uiditor and railroad ana other useless and expensive offices and a reduction of the fees of such officers as now receive many times more than their services are worth to the We are opposed to A ten years trial has demonstrated its total in efflcaoy as a temperance measure that it la a renewal of the obsolete form of pa ternal government and entirely opposed to the genius and spirit of the age tha it is at enmity with the fundamental prin ciples of our and destroys the right ot the citizen to determine for himself by what meth6d he wll preserve hia own happiness without in terference with the rights of others which principle Is the basis of our liber and the hope of our Institutions that it ia uuKepubllcan and and not in harmon with the purposes and spirit of our in stitutiona and that the existence o the prohibitory ual menace to esta of law ia a perpet the material inter that it burdeni it with taxation that it deprives ue ot al control of the liquor and all reve nue therefrom that it away popu We favor a tion that il ratlontha it makes the building of Targe oitie within the state Impossible that it make mon aypocritea than all other agencie combined that it does not lessen crlm that it does not empty jails penitentiaries lunatic asylums or aim and believing that any publi measure in the hands of an ecllghtenet people is absolutely safe we demand tha the question of the repeal of the prohib Itory amendment to the constitution b submitted the people at ns early a date as We are in favor of strlc laws for the regulation of the liquor traf flOj and at a substitute for prohibition w favor high license and local option with auch restrictions and regulation as shall protect our homes an guard our youth from the dangen now surrounding resulting from the unrestricted liquor traffic which no exists under and we recom mend that the minimum license be fixe at tftOO and the maximum at th money collected to be applied so as lessen the burdens ot taxation in tb oud clerk Bupreme Traverse Interstate Temperance interstate mperaace convention met in this city ie forenoon and was called to order by Atkinson of le convention was not largely resident Atkinson made an appropriate dress that waa followed by udge Cessna of Com ittees were appointed and a jcess In J ijthe afternoon iief J ustice Uorton of Kansas spoke a did also Attorney General Goodwin of orth The convention has no eclal political significance other than le banding together of the prohibition orkers in the states of Kansas and the Dakotaa for united effort n behalf of the amendment in Nebras Two open air meetings were held lia evening which were addressed by eading lights In attendance at the con New Hampshire Pro ibitlon state convention met here osiah of was nom nated for governor by Con resaional nominations were then made n the First and Second Reso utions were adopted pledging loyalty to le National Prohibition and call ng for the strict enforcement ot all pro libitory The resolution further aa erts that the Prohibition party Is the rue friend of the laboring and alls upon laboring mento ally them elves with the a After the platform had been adopted nominations were declared in U Richardson of Dover was nomlnatec or governor by Henry P Cannon of Bringelle was nominated for Ileoomluated by Repub icanaof the Third district today re nominated Perkins for con There was no opposition to Mr and he was renominated by ac Balph Beaumont at Kl EL gooi sized crowd listened to Ralph Beau the Knights of Labor here A parade over a mile long orrned of farmers from the ourrouudm filed through Delaware Republics state convention met here Th platform declared for protection and re endorses Senator Higgles an the administration of President Harrison HE RAUM he Deeper They Oo tho Shallower the Case hut Hound a Little Hat U Sizes tp tho Sit Who Know Tontlfy that tho Oompleteil llnt Rule was Impartially Applied to All cunt Find Anybody Who wim Hollclted to SJuy Qncntlon of Voracity Be tween Lewis nnd Pen ion Commissioner Charles Lincoln as the lirat witness before the pecial house committed investigating 10 charges against Commissioner Jo testified that tie completed tiles sys om ae recommended by Lemon id not commend itselt to his The claimants with ut would be placed at An attorney who was not artlculurly careful about what he certi might secure a considerable advant ge ovor a more careful attorney by cer claims to bo complete when they were not The witness did not think any ar attorney was benetitted by the com pleted liles He did not believe that he slightest degree of partiality or favor tistu had been shown by any olllcer or mploye of tho pension bureau owarda any He did not know or hear of any employe n the pennon office whu owned and who ad been solicited to buy any refrtgera or He heard of the company and old the commissioner that it he would ell him when there was any money in it would like to but had never a citizen of and a mechanical had exhaust veiy investigated various plans of mechanical In leveral years he had met Frank whom hu since met and had been told was the patentee of the Uni versal At this point the commissioner ob ected to the line of Cooper said that he would prove jy the witness that at Memphis he 11 rat met the patentee of this scheme that he wan working upon the citizens of Mem phis thattxn effort made thiire to ireate a but just as had jeen done that tho citi zens of Memphis hud invested in it and that the patentee had decamped just as he did in California afterwards that lie next came to the pension office us the beet place to work a place dedicated to the soldiers of the organ ized the echeme witn tlie aid of the board of the a Bald he Can suppress that testimony At this point the csmmissioner Inter rupted to say that some weeks ago he had protested against going Into his pri vate business relations and cteditlng Cooper Tweaking made for a patent upon pension office stock in the refrigerator company au condition of Now that charge he took from certain newspaper The men who wrote those articles knew were lies and Cooper knew to iy that they were He had not en his charges bnd now sought to row out a drag net to bring other t lings to break down nterprlses in which he RaumJ wan in Hie private affairs had nothing do with the not that he aid not show that the refrigerator waa valuable but he did not pro oso to have his private business sub cted to Investigation unless the house rected After further discussion the matter entover for settlement and Sinyser was Cooper asked If he had not told Lewis a member of tho commission hat he had no money interest in the Btnyser replied that he did not tell anything of the He told ewis that while the stock was entered nhia Smyeera name he did not own all f but represented some gentlemen Bace at ITleotwood f NEW Opening day the fall meeting at Fieetwood Th 237 close trot waa won by Scrambl Robert Taylor second beat tlm Deamland won the Mlu AHc second best n connection with him in This rought Lewie to his feet and polnt ng his finger at Bmyier he said Did not you use this although ly name appears to that subscription I did not put any money in the con ern I represented some other men who bought that stock Smyser positively here was nothing of that kind know there know you say I all due respect to I say you do resolves itself into a uestlon of veracity between you and At this point the committee a both men appeared to be getting ex and after listening to an explana ion by Lewis admitted bat he might have misunderstood or have otten a wrong The committee then adjourned until President CHEBSON president received a telegram tils after noon from Manly of aylng Pull returns show a majority of the largest since ISOli at a state or national Maine stands by Four Ituuell Harrison and daughter left here this evening for to visit her The directors cf the worlds fair at a meeting thin afternoon realllrmed their choice oC some months ago and selected the dual lte of theLaka Front and Jackson park as the place foe the great The two sites are to be BO connected by rail and water ac commodations that but tew will be spent in passing from one locali ty to the Weather till 8 Kansas Fair slightly coaler variable ;

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Publication: Hutchinson News

Location: Hutchinson, Kansas

Issue Date: September 10, 1890

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