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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 11, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Keep During the Gnmpnign by Sub scribing for tho ISL HUTCHINSON Read tie And Pntronize the Houses Advertising in the THURSDAY SEPTEMBER IN be Tariff Bill Passes the Senate by ft Party Terence CominltUie Appointed to Confer With a Similar tom rnlttee of the ie Another Day Mecauae It did uot Have a Meptein Crop Bulletin Makea a Bad ehoir ng for the Condition of Which Ana Declined Rnvoral PolntJi Yhe Bnuin tariff bill At taken up in the tbe question ling on its After speechei by eesrs and the vote iras taken and the bill was nays m followi Al ackbu Blac W Morssn W The following pairs were the first named in each being in favor of tbe bill Dolph and Edmunds and Far well and Hale and Horrill tad Stanford and Pet tigrew and Aldrich moved that the senate in sist on its amendments to tbe house bill and ask for a committee of the conference to consist of seven on each The motion was agreed and Messrs His Vance and Carlisle appointed conferees on tbe part or The senate then 1 THE the house oay quorum The call waa nays but failed to discioee a offered a resolution for the of pending which moved an The was nays The speaker pro tern that he VTUB advised that there were 172 members Huugen thereupon moved to dis pense with further proceedings under the This was agreed nays The speaker then directed the clerk to read the journal of yesterdays proceed OFerrall again raised the point that thoro was no quorum Tae speaker pro announced that though on the last vote no quorum had voted ft quorum not being necetsary on the previous vote there had been more than a quorum present and he again di reeled the clem to read the the clerK proceeded to despite Fjthe protest of Breckinridge ot Ken the latter of whom declared that ha wanted to five notice that he meant business in this OFerrall demanded the read ing ot tbe unabridged The journal having been read Payson of moved its and upon this motion moved the previ ous On ordering the previous question no quorum A call was but no quorum made its Haugen offered a resolution look ing to tbe attendance of This was agreed HtmKea also offered a resolution i revoking all leaves of excepting those granted on account of Flower of New York raised the lint of order that this was not in id the speaker pro torn overruling the OFerrall took an and ie decision of the chair was nays but no quorum had and not being in the house tbout approving the ad TheBaum the house today Chairman Morril laeded to pass the question id as to the relevancy of the testimo t by rel e to the character of the refrigerator sipanye By a party vote the irmans ruling was assistant Chief Bryant of the pension testified that the completed cases er had expedited the settlement of claims and retarded He of no cases of preferences being u to any particular He w nothing about the refrigerator k except what he saw in the commissioner Itium witness said there had been a larger out if claims utider tbe new order than had been greater haste in reparation of cases and much rival atween He did not say that work waa improperly but had tiled attention to the tact that some ei miners were disposing of claims in less me than they could be properly con The commissioner wished to know whether witness had tried to put stop toiu If it was not part of his chief to do so Witneae replied that lie had not Judge Wilson said that it had been stated that Cooper had signed a large number of blank calls upon the pension office for a firm Of pension attor neyB and he would like to bare Mr Cooper make a Cooper curtly from the time Wilson inserted f that matter was on Judge Wilson ii upon the and to make a had authorized his clerk to sign a large number of calls for a pension firm in hia Understanding that It had bean the custom witness did Perhaps there were qr calls signed with his When he came to Washington he bad spoken to Chief Durham in the pen sion office about it and he doubted whether it was fair to call cases in that but that he must aot for his Durham told bin to aien the slips they were attorneys flips re spectfully referred and he would do what he could with Cooper did not think the Blips were equivalent to a congressional The attornir he signed for had been neg He was told Lemon at that practically had control of the pen ilon Witness knew if he could do anything to help the people he ought to do He felt they had not a fair chance with attornir in Washington ana that was what he was trying to now get a fair chance at this Cooper tuought it was proper that committee should pasn upon his res The resolution referred la to extend the scope of No decision was and the committee National Urop national crop reports for September show thatthe injury to tho corn crop reported last month was intaubified by the continuance of drouth in until the rains came to its but too late for full recovery Tne average is against las It is the lowest average since The returns of the condition o winter at the time ot harvesting are lesj favorable than thoso of tht rat ot BJ far as threshing CUB the results are generally The July average wan Vi the present average Tiiu gen eral average of spring wheat has also been reduced from to The av erage for wheat of both kinds is 75 In 1888 the September average tor both wheats waa I was 73 in Tiia yield of spring wheat is universally va mule In tne ranging from High yields to five bushels ana lean per The progress ot threshing will develope the extent of theao On tbe coast from New Jersey to Ma and in North Tennes Arkansas and as also in northern New England and there is improvaruent in corn since August In Wiscon sin and and In Ala Louisiana and Texas the condi tion is A decline has oc curred in New Illinois and in the northwestern states aau in some others of less The crop IB late in the eastern requiring ma turing weather throughout It is aleo late and variable in develop ment ia New York and The Atlantic coast states return relative ly light condition impaired locally by tne effects of inUUummur drouth and later In Tennessee and Arkan sas and drouth more or loss se verefrom the 20th of Juno to the middle of reduced the condition too low for subsequent as the crop was maturing or ripe before the rains came The and the Missouri valley report protracted drouth and low condi While the rains of the last two weeks of August have been beneficla nearly they have not always restored the losses of the first half of the In the bottom lands where growth was the re cent rainfall will make a good crop while the drier uplands were beyond re The lowest condition is in Kan though some of the eastern counties make good The Dakotas anc Nebraska are u little The crop is late and will require as much time to mature on the latitude ot forty degrees as for the earlier varieties grown on line of forty two Rye yields less than was expected as the condition as reported is reduced to The September condition of oats is the lowest ever having fallen from in August tn The rate of yield will be tie smallest in tweut The condition of barley is not very se riously lowered from to Buckwheat has fully maintained its August the average being against The figures for potatoes have fallen since August from to the low est acreage ever that of 180 being Tobacco has Improved materially dur ing the the acreage being 824 much better than in the August report but lower than the July Th reported percentage for fattening swln IB 07 per and their condition is Fenalona for been granted citizens of Kansas as fol lows Original E Plumb Charles Jewell National Military Home Gilman Altoona David Na Holloa Myron Mlltonvale Special Toronto Lewis Dlghton Erastus Hawk Fort Scott Lewis Bploit Wilbur Osawattomie B Troy Albert Ruble Morris Feok Graves Lamed Fredonia John Yates Original widow o Kaniaa have been awarded Kansas inventors fol lows Paris washin Derrick button setting Mary cuff holder Lizzie Kansas Btiffan for James rope o twine James morta New Apportionment Dunnel of chairman of the houB committee of the eleventh toda introduced an apportionment bill on th basis of one representative for each 178 871 of the This would pro vide for a total representation of 858 nder thn apportionment Call ew Washington nd Wisconsin would each gain one ember Kansas and ennsylvanla each and Minnesota nd Nebraska each The only late to late a representative will be which would lose THE VOICE OF Condemna the DoTlliah Deed on the Mew York weekB ouanal of tht Knights of under he caption of A Deed of will ay The wrecking ofo passenger train on he New York railway Friday norning has filled mind with Nothing more fiendish has been ecorded in criminal The almost miraculous fact that no Jives were lost oes not lessen the hideousness of the and as Is devoutly to be loped the perpetrators can be the only regret will bo that the penalty which the law provides U altogether What rospect there is of bringing the perpe rators of the crime to justice wo cannot Webb eays he has a Let us hope ho but Webb has not oen noted recently for It seems burdly possible that a rime so horrible could be committed without some trace of its perpetrators be ing That professional procurer ind suborner of Robert Pmker and that employer and ap plaudor of do not in the absence of tlis pretence of to assert that the crime is chargeable against he and the former adds that he has evidence that some one high in the councils of the Knighto of Labor insti gated the Knights of Labor coula afford to ignore the statements of those mo J 1iukertons tongue can injure the character of no one while Webbn un ruthfulness even when restrained by the olemnlty of an oath has been abundantly but while vie need care ittle for what tho Pinkertons and Webbs may say it is of the utmost Importance to us what the public may bolieve or even and no good end will IB nerved by closing our eyes to the act to however a certain ueasure of suspicion reals in the public mind upon the When wo con iider that the ofllcers of tha knights on he platform and at private meetings of be und by printed circulars have iver and over again implored the strikers md their sympathizers to no mat what the from even the apperauce of and when we con ider that the cause of the men would be ceriainto suffer if property were destroyed or injured we cannot believe that any iuigtit of Labor was concerned in this devilish but for all this it is useless o either deny or ignore the fact that here is in the pnbic mind some suspic on that or sympathizers with he are the guilty What s the duty of the Knights of then Jlearly to do everything in their power assist in the discovery of tho as we it turns out that no nemher of the order ia among tho guilty then then the strikers will be cleared of even a on tho con It should be proven ihat any Knights of Labor are none ire more interested than the members of the order is clearing themselves of all luspicion of sympathy with lawlessness n time by assisting in bringing the in human perpetrators to Ours is not a criminal and cannot aflord to protect such We ask all the men on strike and all sympa to do everything in their power assist the authorities in ferreting out the fiends in human form who have been guilty ef this deed of FayingIntereat on NKW offer of Secretary Windom to pay one years in terest on the 4 per bonds went into effect today and brought a flood of bonds to the subtreasury as soon as the doors were In the first hour over in bonds were preiented and more were brought in before the close of The rush was too great for the force of clerks to anc after paying off the interest on the bonds presented they were compelled to change the method and after that a receipt was glvan for the bonds and the interest paid later in the The Bubtreasury offi cials have been notified that a block of bonds will be presented on and other notices swelling the total in sight to have already been Chairman Goddard Will F Goddard will sever his connection with the Western States Passenger association September This intention was made known touay at the meeting of the gen eral managers of western Mr Goddard did not formally tender his but asked to be relieved tha he might accept a more lucrative posi tion that had been tendered The managers will maet again tomorrow to consider the Just what Mr Goddard has in view he declined to make Arrested for Train special to the Republic from says that two thought to ba the Otterville train wore arrested there yesterday They claim to be brothers and give theii names as William and Louis Hamilton and their home as Osmdeu county People from Otterville said they hae seen the men near that place shortly after the A Colts revolver was found on each of They answer the description of the robbers arid will be held to await Maine Beturnn Show a Republican Majority of Nearly lie Largest Majority thn 1arty Hog Kcccived In Any Election Since Kepiibllcana or the Ftrat Kanatui In Meet In State Convention nml Nominate M Tlobet Michigan Go Through the Formnlfty of Dealgntitlng Oandldatea for Varloai Btnte Maaaaohugetta Frohlbltlonlita Other evening ournal has returns from practically the whole footing up 05 Republican The remainitiir places voted in 1880 935 814 scat late prohibition convention met here Blackmer was nominated or governor by The ticket was completed as follows lieutenant Oeorgo Uempton lecretary Orittenden attorney Wolcott Hamlin treas urer and receiver William lleason Augustus Tne platform demands tbe elimination ol the liquor traffic from foreign com merce and interstate trade condemns 11 forms of high and ow as and revenue derived from it as the price of and holds the parties to it as mor ally responsible for its Ic is set orth that the Itepublican party willingly smbodioB its temperance virtues in tho WHO gives bibulous ho who sets up altars to 3acchus on his own and the lenate which refuses to banish king alco ID from its end of the Capitol and places he leading liquor sellers of the country on its important The platform further declares that equal irrespective of shall ie tho policy of the It declares hat both the Republican anil Democratic parties are so complicated with corrupt corporations that no reform can be ox locted from Itaskn nil Prohibit whatever their views on the tar to unite in denouncing the sale of tho presidency of the country in cou ideratlon of the surrenderor every other nduetry to the lordly manufacturers who constitute the Republican and calls upnu all fairminded men to ro udiato the Heuvr Bulna at Nearly threo inches of rain has fallen here in twenty four the water increased by the streams above has raised the Water ii the Chemung river to the danger line The lower parts of the pity are unde water and much damage is apprehended The railroads are experiencing a nea deal of f these two counties with twelve thou sand bushels of seed wheat at net without on one years with nt and take their Individual bligatibns for the t further pro oses to furnish seed wheat unlimited in uantlties to settlers who deairo to pur hase the same for net free of This generous action of the Rock Isl nd will result In thousands of acres bs ng sown to which otherwise rould not have been The King sher county committee selected to ar ange ia Rhodes of Hen estey George Heeler of Dover and harlee Lardis and George Jargy of The Canadian countys com mittee is Jackson and McGrath of El Reno Hull of Union and Kox of ed Their state iopublicaa convention today Milton Crussler was nominated for flecretaiyof state on the first Walker of Marion was nominated for auditor on tbe first Pixley was nominated for Fur j udges of tne supreme court James Fjaser and of Casa were nomination was McBride got 048 votes and Chase 373 and McBrides nomination was made John of Madison was nominated for attorneygeneral by William of was re nominated for clerk of this supremo court by Vlrfft First con gresslonal district Republican convention met in this city today at 4 and or ganized by electing Matt Edmonds of Jefferson and Brown of On the firet ballot Case liroclerick of received 32 Gutb of 11 Collins of 8 votes and Rush of ft 31 being a ma On motion of Keller of seconded by Bailey of Brodericks nomination was made Given a Public public reception was given Thomas Dem ocratic candidate for state and candidate for chief This evening a parade through the streets with transparencies band and was participated in by citizens re gardless of and brief addresses were Kirby baa long been e banker in Abilene and highly respected Nckelson is holding Michigan GHAND Democratic state couventlon met here to day and after the usual preliminary busi ness adjourned until A tithe afternoon session Winans of was nominated for gov John fctrong of was nom inated for lieutenant Frederick nominated for The Maine Adver tiser has full representative returns from tan counties in Maine and partial returns from the remaining They indicate a Democratic gain of twelve repreeen making the house stand 113 He publicans to 38 The sonate stands four Democrats to twentynine To Aid tho Central interest has been awakened in labor cir cles by the announcement that the Knighto of Labor officials bad levied sn assessment of 25 cents per on hi members of that for the benefit of the New York Central strikers To Aid the Sept M general attorney of the Rock Island met a large delegation of farmers from Kingfisher and Cana dian counties at this place today for th purpose of arranging to sup ply the settlers on the lin fef his road Bead Th R5ck Itlaad proposet to fuiniatr settler Tlmt Bill of Like Shore nd Michigan Southern has informed Chairman Blanchard that unless the Chicago ami Grand Trunk could be lot uced to adopt the new uniform bill of ndingit would resume the use of the Id bill of Chair man Blanchard had a conference tMi Traffic Manager of the hlcngo and Grand whom he rged to adopt the new Hseve ontendedthat not all the roads had doptcd There were some lines from eoria east which were not using it that le Boston bankers refused to accept the ew bill of lading as and that considered the olrl bill better for the allroads than the new Reeve Iso said that owing M the fact that uot all ae roads In the association had adopted he new bill of lading the Chicago and Grand Trunt had decided definitely not o use Reeve also informed iianchard that the roads west of Chicago ad declined to take any action at pres et regarding the proposition to adopt he uniform When the Shore eople learned that the Grand Trunk had efused absolutely to adopt the uniform ill of lading they informed Chairman 3Ianchard that it was their intention to eauine the use of the old bill of B It was useless to adhere to the new ne unless it waa used by every road in he Central Traltlc This not ce of the Lake Shore will be aid before the meciting of tho Freight ommittee tomorrow and it is uite certain a resolution will De adopted in view of the position taken by the rand tbe roads in the Central raffle association will be at liberty to se whichever bill of lading they may Received Ita new uniform ill ot lading received its quietus o far as its connection with eastbound hipments is AH efforts of hairman Blanchard and other advocates f the measure to secure Its iiaanimous doptiou by lines leading eastward rom Chicago were and Lake Shore road admin Btered the quietus to the scheme at the djourned meeting of the freight depart ment of the Cential Traffic Association The Grand Trunk and the Shore hod filed their Chair man Blanchard submitted to the inevit and ottered a set of resolutions rec ognizing the diulculty of tne and allowing the use of both hough urging the new whenever practi The resolutions were Beyond a doubt this settles the new bill f lading in its present It Is un committee of which iianchard is chairman will arrange for art early conference with a representative body of board of trade with a view to agreeing upon some plan for a uniform bill of lading that will be mu tually The Hlota at more arrests of strikers have been The soldiers threatened to fire on the nob several times before they succeeded n dispursing tbe Posters issued jy the mayor urging the men to remain n their houses were angrily seized by the mob and Business in this has become At 9 oclock the troops were obliged to make a succession of bayoael charges in order to clear the At midnight the excitement had sub The infantry hold all the ap preaches to the The Blue and the special from to trie says The reunion of the Western National associa tion ot the Blue and the Gray began here today on the Pine Ridge battlefield About 300 were present and represented the states of and Mis of commander of tbe de livered the address o to which confederate general ol Quite a num ber of the members of the association ar rived Floods In New highest llaod that hag been known in this section since It with one exception visited the valley of the Canistee thii morning and a third of the elty was inu Croby creek was sweeping down Canistee street and covering the Erie Caucohm creek was overflowing as the The Erie is complete tied Advices frem Canistee repnr that village completely under water am at the mercy of the Daring Bunk BAY few minutes before noon today three men entered tho Second National bank anc two of them went to the teller and book keeper and engaged him in conversation Tbe third slipper around to the back o the bookkeepers and atole a pack age of bills amounting to which ready for shipment up the shore AfUeddleaouie grea deal of indignation is manifested her over the threat made by Police Marsha McGalhrl that he will arrest the partic In all social whor euchre U played for Such peo he are no mura to be respected ban the crap and they will be taken before the police court and dealt as petty Euchre playing nd whist for are the most popular octal amusements here in the winter It is believed that police raids nm be but that the mar tial will obtain a list of guests at euchre artles and serve warrants on thorn Indi idually the day THEY WANT JOINT owa Oommlaalonera After the Rallicar Companlea with a Hharp DES Iowa ailroad commissioners are preparing for nother tussle with the railroads fit the late In the This is caused by a rm determination on the part of thn ommiesioneis to give the people of the tate joint and the equally firm de ermination on the part of a number of he leading railroads net to submit to urther dictation at the hands of tbe In response ta what was eemed a public the last legls ature passed a law establishing joint Thn railroads resisted enforce ment on the ground of uncoustitu onality and Judge Fsrrel of owa has issued a permanent in unction restraining the commissioners rom attempting to enforce pending n appeal to sup re me court The ommlssloners determined to attain the esired ends by another Rely ng upon the original railroad law of which gives the commissioners the ower to make they issued an order establishing what they termed rates for a continuous haul over two or noro The order was to go into feet but at that time none of be roads showed any disposition to dopt A week later the commiB oubra addressed a letter to each eneral manager in asking bather or not his road expected to obey he commissioners Ten days ere given in wbiou to As only bout half the Iowa roads have signified heir intention of complying with tho ommlssioners1 Attorney G en ral Stone has beenjinntructed to com lence mandamus proceeding to compel IB adoption of the joint rate rule against ie fallowing roads The Iowa Rock Island and hicago and iilwaukeo and and the Burlington and These oada will be vigorously Tonderful AIlodReil to Have llveu rorforiued at John the mind reader whose peculiar owers have of late mystified and aston shed people in performed a eat to day which totally eclipsed all imllar at least in this uuuuuuiuu ueiuw wnoru ne anti iniru Vhen the mind reader who Vice President Webb had a private con tragic fate in New York not long ago They were shortly joined by was here shortly before death he as JVnk Looials counsel for the com ounded every one by finding needle which the committee had THE TEUTONIC A Great Ocean Race Between the Fleetest Steamers Tho White Star Line Vessel Victorious Over Her the City of Serf Archblahop Corrlcaii anil Ohauncej Among tho Ueartjr Welcome Accorded Kach bj Their Respective Ilopeir DlMlalina all Uenlgna Upon llio Preal ilencr of thn United NEW The White Star line steamer Teutonic came in winner to day In her great ocean race with her the Inman line City of New The Teutonic made tho run between Davitts Rock lightship CJueenstown and Sandy Hook light in five twenty hours and fiftyfour The most noted pnsasngeM on the Teutonic were Archbishop jorrigan and Chauncey At this morning the largest crowd of ecclesiates and prominent men that ever went down the bay left the Htarin to meet the which had Archbishop Corrlgcin on Aa the Sam which had on board a party goinR to meet Chaunnny DepeS ateiimed by pier the Stariu cast off her lines und both boats proceeded down the bay The first to reach the Teutonic waa the and the Starin held back until she got out of the way on the stuboard As Uepew appeared on tbe Sloan the crowd on the Starin gave three cheers for De pew which was answered by several guns from tho Dopaw stepped on the hurricane lo short but the church roof and made happy address crowd and the Sloau then gave A mass of hu manity clung around the rails of the Teutonic as tne Laura Starin approached The llrst one seen on deck was Montlgnor tbe archbishops lie waved hiB and soon after the archbishop Three cheers were then given for his grace Archbishop ia which many on board of the pride of the White Star line end were also answered by the steamers Archbishop Corrigan then joined his and tbe handshak ing He looked much healthier and stouter than when he and he greeted his who crowded around with a pleasant word tcr Among the ttrst to welcome Da he stepped on the dock of the were Manager J Tousey and Waller After stinking hands with his friends Uepew wan conducted below whore he and Third The lunch tables were then put in po sition and Loomia welcomed uiiDuio nuifu uuu ata BIUUU uuu juoomis welcomed Johnntone has frequently per Depew homo in a brief Upon ormed the same feat in western cities thn subjectof the strikn Loomissaid nd today hia Goading Since you left us the New York Central ecided to atteuint the rnmK ecided to attempt tho tamo teat that re duly Inconformity with ulted eo fatally to Bishop in New the lawa of tbe state of New York has hat of finding a name on a register and been asked to admit aliens to itscounsels it A nnfl Ita uuu UL uuutug n uaiuo uu a leginvvi uuu uoiu ucmeu lu uumit Uliena 10 ItBCOUnSelB renouncing A committee consisting and its management has fa number of well known newspaper Cheers We have been asked to share nen and Butler drove in a hack in tbe discharge of our duties with peo the pie whose names do not appear in the dlf list of stockholders or representatives of vnAd egister selected a leaving one in barge of the They returned to he auditorium where Johnstone had re naiaed in custody of one of the commit eemen BO there could bo no possible ap larent chance for They band aged Johns tones eyes securely and the way was astonishing lohnstone instantly rushed down to the carriage and drove blindfolded to the Jrand avoiding cable cars and houaands of vehicles on the rushed p the turned the leaves bund the name and reported it gavu the number of the page and day of the The Grand Pacific hotel and adjacent streets were BO packed with people that all traffic was Johnstone on his way home from the hotel was with a severe chill which threw lira into a cataleptic His friends at first pronounced him but after working over him for two hours life was again Tonight the mind reader is resting but is very AUKBIOAN They Plan to Kidnap Children and Hold Them for KANSAS audacious lan walch contemplated the wholesale kidnapping of cbiMren for ransom was revealed today when tho grand Jury ound a true bill for that offense against Benry who keeps a feed and livery stable at 2037 East Eighteenth The plan was to kidnap tbe chil dren of wealthy conduct them to a secret place in some distant and keep them there until their ransom nhould ba Wilson took for accomplice the coachman of Jeff a wealthy widow living on Me Gee street Dunlapa ayearold boy was to have been tha first Then the 4 yearold son of Jamea of 101U Kast Fifteenth street was to have been After these two had been others were to have bees The plan was The New York Central road otill Our president has returned and we are here to day to unite In welcoming him and to drink the health of Chauncey Mitchell Loud Depew Among other things he said I notice that one of thn newspapers that come to me seemed to be discussing my presidential It said in effect that my hob knobbing with aristocrats and nobility on the other side would hurt me in the eyes of the democracy of the United I want to state just here that in no moment of my life and In no utterance that I make is the presidency of the United States in my When I act as president of the Central road I act for the interests of that corporation without any regard whatever to my political chances or Held For Yesterday Deputy Marshal Bill McCall arrested Jaqk for introducing liquor Into the Indian found ten alcohol in his posses Afterarresting Hart for this of fense found that he hud a warrant lor1 him for the murder of Chariea Cuss at a green corn dsnce near in ihe Chickasaw on while the dauce was at Its Hart called Caas out and shot Hart was jailed here this iratal Shooting special to tbe llepublic from says shooting affray occurred at Brickhom forty miles east of yes because of a raid on a melon patch belonging to Benry Will 3eorge was shot through the neck and killed and Burch was offi cers are after the unknown man who did the all laid to kidnap th when the coachman weakened and confessed his part of the contemplated crime to who informed the When Wilson went to the vicinity of Dunlapa residence last Saturday to carry out the first part of hia an officer placed him under Today the grand Jury indicted Mailed up In it Saturday night an Indian living a short distance below left home on and to prevent harm happening to nailed bis two small children in a large box to await bis He prevent ed from going home until Sunday after when he found one child dead and other nearly 10 from starvation ant He did not intend to ill hit but has been Struck bjr a tornado which visited Clinton township yesterday did an immense amount of damage by wrecking fences and trees and destroy ing blowing down out All the buildinga on Btanberrys farm were leveled to the The loss will bo Fire Near Iluinrichouuog a mile and a half south of wot totally destroyed by fire LOBS no Wlunenat tUwepahead nEEiSiiEAD 10 Winner of todays races were King Weather till 8 Ligal local rains iCDuler variable   

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