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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 13, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                BO YOU WANT Call at the ME IPS o and hoir ild 1 HUTCHINSON SUBSCRIBE 1 Daily News IN WALL Tho Financial Storm a Ho to bo Oves KANSAS THURSDAY MORN IN NOVEMBER 13 und would go toward making up to creditors deficiency on j The assignment of Howell it Cromwell made tills state ment The liabilitiee arebetwpBn COO nnr most of which is due n banks and bankera on The as n llnpiil lUso iu the I tiic DcpriHueil Mtocks of North llnuk CuutUt Out In Onlo atul l tn UIOHO Its Doors 0 Ulcers Ulnlm nusnoiillon IB Merely Tomparitry and Time Iho flunk Wlil llcnnmo UuHneMA IliviliMea of Stoclcg Itv Muw stock mai Set showed n materially belter Reeling both in the street and there waa a most gratifying confi dence displayed that not only was the worst now but that tho improve ment would be quick and The action of the clearing houae committee in coming to the relief of the banks in difficulty was the means of restoring the confidence ot while the improve ment in the situ uion ubrond was also powerful factor to that Not only wero tho active stacks much higher nil day but the inactive specialties which yesterday could not tind buyers at any price were taknn at constantly advancing Igurea and the heavy eltlmp ia thoat snares in a great measure nude The liquidation ia tue Villurd io now be lieved io have marked the culmination of the efforts 11 force n complete liquida tion in the us ihusa stocka hiid re sisted the force applied for a much long time taan any oiuor group ol stocks on the 1he impression is that now the whole situation haa been changed for the better and the improve mem in the condition of affairs will be followed by higher prlcea all along the Tnere are to lie expectetl cnnaldera ble Hailing ot the Northern Pacillc securi ties anil Bume others to liquidate ns was witnessed uutthe market cow shows no preesure of tho stocks and the c IVeringB of the past five daya have undoubtedly been taken by strong pas The foreigners were heavy buyora all day and tho transactions for accounts were BO largo that the that the late Bales for London weie for the short account waa openly The loaning rates lor stocks have been very high and the quiry has been Vhry would go to giw coloi to the Mosey was still light the oxcnange and a premium o was for UBH over the whtlo it was believed the banUs loaning to their era on satisfactory collatorals at vates even lower tnan the The buying was throughout the most conlldent in aud reflected an easier ferling both in money and tu tho The report that Laa re quired control of the Union Pacific again was for all it wan The stock showed no response to the to day was only lairly active and moved over a comparatively narrow The market became mucL more settled in the afternoon and comparative dullness was seen fu times in tha They were not of long and the buying movement took an increased force toward tho end cf the and the cloae was vury strong at about the highest prices of the The final advances are almost in variably tor material the gain of fractions being the North ern Pacific preferred is up 7 per cent HOU are largely in extieas of the liabUitiep iad nearly every loin is well scoured by The firm delivered lo me as part of its assets about of to This goea to show that the fail ure was not due to a lack of Dut to the extreme money stringency which prevented tho firm from complet ing its dally of TUB Kxlttmllnprltn TonercflMonnl Organization Into special to tho Republic from A large number of delegates from seven out of eleven counties in the congressional met herejyeslerday and organized a congrenelonal district The organisation will meet Every congressional dis trict in Texas is to have a district Alli ance organized at The subdivi sions of the state Alliance forebode a grand political move of the Alliance iu Texas and already aee that the FarmersAlliance baa gone Into politics to There were present at the meet ing some seventyfive leading farmers of the district and every nun of them inter viewed la n strong advocMo of the sub treasury and they aay thut if the next Democratic house does not pass a tubtreasury hill they will see to it two years from now a congress will be elected that will pass The results of the election have greatly encouraged the Texas Alliau anil henceforth they will be found much active in politics than a temparnncu wMnh waa to by Grand Master Work nun Too various cnmrniiteea were ip nuttHl and the committee on credfn uls laving in romiderutlon the cou Ftvrl tielcirntefl reported in favor of the delegates from Florida and Maspachu pptin which were contentees being Th report of general secretary show ng thn present financial condition of the nrdcr and accounting for all funds which lad passed through his hands for thn WBB There has yet been no ino opoken of as a candidate for grand master workman for the coming two Inure is a uniyerBal fnollog that Powderly will be re THE iiojii Iowa Knnima have been granted citizens ot Kansas mi fol Troy Milton Hainan KllBha a aril en Oity Edward Blidgfj Joy Irving Madison Toptkn Ann Independence Wllllfiiii lielpre Oren Clay WHllam Wlnflclii Glen Elder Abinm Dillon Frederick 7ortit National Military amos GofTs Joseph llon j jane Arnold Edna Hugh Oaan of LupnH Cured by 12 following par ticulars are published of n case of lupus on the in which has been treating by Kochs Bix hours after the in je ition of the the temperature of the patient to over 104 and the pulse fever to tho heads of At midnight the the pores tho lupus ulcerB from The iiJect more lymph became light yellow and from them serous After thirteen hi ura acaba began to Today the patitmt was fren fiom fever and the ul OIIH were covered with scabs similar to tfcoie on a person recovering from an eruptive fever or doctor intends to when the pcabs A medical correspondent of the Tagg blnt reports that in a case of lung disease ihe patient complained of pains in the which was reghrded as proof of the tuberculous nature of the and that aninjictlon of lymph was made in the back which waa followed by coueider able swelling of the knee Minister Von Gosaler haa given marks for the erection of a special bos rital for the treatment of consumptives by thu Koch A pitient who has been treated by Koch will be uhovu to the surgical nocietyon JAY IS A SLY Gould Interviewed About tho Union PnclflO Kilt IIis Tjml to Mjatlfy Untltcr Thnu Knllghlnn Ills le ThotlKht UHd Wllh homo of of That Houil nnrt If ulipolnil to It A thA Ke That Ooultl Hernred Control uf tho Union In NKW 13vTho sajs Gould has gained control of the Union The Stating 1oit nays The stoiles about the Union into the control ot and the report in a morning paper that he to hernme the president in place of who waa reported aa about to not only lacha but we have the most positive and unquestionable proof that the whole story published in a morning paper with all the falls of an interview was merely on wo have also good reason fitr believing that a nihjority of the stockholders ot tho Union Pacific are dissatisfied with the presant miiniigemont und that H move tune eoon be made to break up the c n fiict with the Norlhweottrn so that the Union PaciOc may be free to enter into a new which shall embrace tho rondo west of eomowuat on plan of Aldsca or if not upon a basis similar to the no called presidents only so that it be made more Washington Eliuo Mil Jiy Williaia BlUa Ohavlos Parli Hub hw A Nortli Alexander Jioo1 1ancousi vr itrnop CoyviLu i Gilbert L i building occupied by Ly on laberiy SKOI MI otree B atovo wai nesroyod by isioinsi Uiioj Tan stock niul ood the common Wheeling and Erie preferred tho common Lake and the others smaller IVlH H f tiie flrat H Bitico the troublo batwoeu himself ai d the Oonpre gaticnal church in oit n I inndo i o iivo nc T WBG restored e tho confldebce of this church of this It goes without that no uaue uan will Bocppt the reinniiwoeieut n i given ns and I all connection wi on prominent railroad offi who altered the tickets and sold to Rise is not in hut ia a iriBonor in a room at the Grand Contral ictel where he and Spocinl Cou itable Corbott eat and sleep UiBt night the tw ntended one of the heatres here and when a re porter accosted Uose and intimated that lie Uoje was a prisoner he eaid excuee Rose is not allowed out of the sight of tho con itnble for a single At night he two men are handcuffed President Waite tonight had ft con jultation with in which it Is said Rose Talmage minor of IVtor widow o Edward holding idjoinini i Eskridge Matilda I which was oaiurid for formor widow j Washingtoa llo Central Mexican John Topeka oaly matter before the Western Freight association today was notice of the Chicago Alton of its intention tu put into effect 23 a rate 18 cents per 100 pounds on live hogs Kansas City lo and IS cents to East This notice received na adverco Tho Chicago and filed a ten days notice under the rules that the rates would be Notwith standing subsequently It was arranged t that clerks Vork NEW North Hivor bank at tha corner of Dey and Green wich streets closed ite doors this after noon at the state bank ex aminer taking charge of its The bank is a member of the clearing which operates under a state charter granted in It is one of the banks which had to be helped out by the clearing house The bauk applied again to the clearing house for a loan and a com mittee was on the say to eiimine into the condition of the institution when it learned it was in the hand of the bank The bank officials ex pect to open up for business tomorrow morning st 10 Last week the clearing bouse circular showed the North lliver bank as havene a capital of a surplus of loans deposits and cash on hand The cause of the present difficulty is simply light meeting the c be line should be held at once o check up rates tn Chicago and rive on tho basis of the Altons th rates thus determined to be submitted ti an adjourned meeting of the afsociatio on Tuesday at waich time it is pro paied to decide definitely just what reuu juatment of rates from other Missour river points and from the Interior will b necessary to be in line with the Alton A Queer A strange giving hia name as an acoompalned by a young woman whom he introduced as his visited all th Tho A local Ilio to thu Ijakota it appears that the Kepublicans aro a with the independents and fueionlats on joint Thisjeopard the return of Gideon to the United StKeH lu ArUngtO qf George wjre brought to thifl city this raorniuy fom and were interred with military honors in the national cemeUry at in thn presence of u few long tine frier Jo the dead pni find ijtilll Ho Thought Uo Coultl liilltlorico Unlnn Incldc NEW Gould wea beselgcd by ronortere in ooriGequouce of thiu iiiiinings emphatic Uo rulucant to sny that he bail mido no of tho Union but ho tiij atitemcntij tu Tribune reporter euw OouKi afternoon and Mr toulfl dnied he rvnj tiioh interview TV Hnvo you ov your umdo will give yot tho con tr A of Jhu vu 1 uoithlEg to vny my pri fc Ouultl All I m T Cu thin anybody tcnwtut stock 1 i paid Will you oxoicioo ai inlluence upou JaciSij iiana or directly or urge a chut go ui3 election Y 0oiiUI raioil katon il I cvn acquuutod ivith eorni f tho largeo etookbuMurg the couu ho I might have aome in jco if 1 choae to exert There n yeat disBatiofaotion over the conduct many of the There iu an up lUiii which oughts elect great re iv fho for tho roadu bniiuoaa to them large prcts can obtiiin proper Iu he have ma i progreuB toward uectiring a move meit establish stable rates There been iij conference today that I now of on this The pro SU as roported as made today is proba oiy the result of previous conferences ire around ami indignant thij of tho waring in ratsa The best way to express the aituaiion might be to 6ay that if raiiroact oiecciona were to take place now tae result might be 30 surprising ao wero the recent polit On account of tho mention the North Rivar bank aa of of the defaulters at the clearing house depositors started a quiet but seady run on it this The bank stood out until whoa its ready money was exhausted and it had to cloto its Assistant Bank Kxamiuera Cahill and Otterbery loft the bank late to We will resume the examination the latter tomorrow and may be m a position to make a statement about Vice Preiident Brokaw remarked We have been searching for we havo found and we expect to find This is all he would Make u Statement They Itnd In nf IVInit NKW Quin I tlio assignee of Charles Whitney who failed on said the firm owed about which was covered by colataral at 20 per margin frat the time of making the The firm had on be about in securities aud about twice that sum was due In whiuh it was thought would be paid within the next few days public schools in this city today and an nounced that he would give a show a Erswell hall at 4 and give a pres ent pupil who Twelvt hundred children paid 10 cents admission but in the hall they found no show and no presents Fountaine told them to pass out he back way aud they would re ceive their presents They refused then he went into a dark lighted a match and shouted Fire I In a mo ment there was a panic and many chil dren were trampled under foot and in jured in getting Policemen sent up to arrest swindlers found them locked iu a The door was broken dowu and Fountaiue and the woman are it They refuse to make auy state ment or give any accountof are peo ple of and nil western Oklf are wild over the passage of thebi 1 locating the capital of the territory at this They have been congregating ail and promise to keep It up all The general belief ia that the poverricr will approve thia as it la not subject to the objections urged by him against the Oklahoma City Iho Hntffhu ot Labor general aasemblage of the Knights of Labor at the morning session today was re ceipt of congratulations sent iu by Ssrgent of the Brotherhood of Loco motive from the State Alliance of Georgia and from the headquarters of the national committee at Washington A delegation from the Womans Chris tian Temperance Union was introduced to the The president de livered an able labor address of welcome court aore toduy changed tha vanue of the conspiracy case from Tipporary to Tho counsel forthe defendants made vigorous proteats against thia ac but they were Tho court then adjourned until Varmftt1 Faoftttae secretary the Republican congressional committee of the Second Charles Scott has received complete official returns from all the counties of the district showing Funatona plurality over Allen and over Chapman Will Found a Koch found a hospital for the treatment of consumptives by his The build ing will be located on Albrecht etraaae and will contain 100 lueeu ISiumu Appointed Rieeut THE Emma lias been appointed to govern the kinirdom during tho illness of King Sllvur Iarchafas amount of silver offered for aala to the treasury todny was and the tola accepted Kocha 12 Kochs on his consumption cure will appear at he end of the weak is the JJeutse zimsthe Urswcl to in a urges his supporters to attend he opening of the coming session of DII r Will NEW agreement been entered into by all the south western to restore and maintain a unr un il 8 For Kansas Fair except slightly cooler In ex reme purl varwble whcno imma was con nected with tho 83 far M i atn concerned tbennij nettling thu I have act seen Gould and I no interest in the Union 1 will not speak for my lint I do not believe he has bad snythinf to do with tho deal Much is said in street over what was said to be the evasion of the direct issue as to the Union when questions wero asked A Smilar view was taken by the bullb of the Boston dispatch which quoted Pretl uBEt Charles Francis Adams follows pm absolutely ignorant of the alfeged ficts ia Goulds alleged interview and greatly question whether Gould made any such The Union Pacific IS not negotiating with any is at peace with all the is maintainintr rates on its traffic and will continue to be operated with conBlderatism In its traffic Union Pacillc directors Were also quoted as denying the story and touses in Wall street with excellent Boston con nections ridicule the Idea that Gould bad obtained possession of the Union MVStBBlOUli WflAlthy Daohelor Farmer Wno not Be Found br BtB 12 people I iving near Exeter are greatly excited over the mysterious disippearanoe of a well to do bachelor farmer named Thomas who lived two and a half mllea from that Dallison owned 100 acres of land and several head of horses and He had dismissed his help fur tha season and was living Three weeks ago today he left about nightfall with considerable money on hia declaring his intention of getting nomo as soon as That wns the last over seen of Two or three days a neighbor had oc casion to go to Dalhsons but found the young farmer had gone and the cattle and horses in a famished con No reason is known for hia dis and murder IB Two persons living in the neighborhood have Huddeuly left for parts Brand lleiuly for Denver and Kio Grande and Colorado Midland managements today announce the open ingot their broad guage lines for through business on the 16th Ar rangements are completed to run through Pullman and tourist sleeping oars be tween Colorado Leadville and San The will be opened with a new and complete equipment consisting of nining day coaches and chair The Denver and Kio Grandes new lino passes through tho canon of the Glenwood Springs and Grand The Colorado Midland passes the famous Ute Glanwocd Grand Junction and Suit Lake bnth together pausing through the finest scenery in Tho ISiiiluraiit Olotirlug NEW passenger agents wrestled again to day with ihe First ward A subcommittee which has been trying to devleo a plan to do away with tho wrangling for sec ond und third claas passengers liavo de cided that the best way will be to bring into official relation with the Trunk Line Ascociation the better class of outside paying them a fair lueno outsiders shall turn overall their pnesengera to the house and Mr Uoane will route them west of Chi The outside agents are to recoivi 10 per commission on each pussen nor not to exceed The plan will be submitted to the lliirlml In n VaiiHut I strangers bulled a box iu a vacant lot south o Jackson Park Sunday The son of Park Policeman with some saw the and when thefitrangers had gone the boys unearthed the box and discovered the body o a child perhaps three days Hvde Park police took chage of the body which was taken to undertak ing establishment Lake avenue The coroner haa to hold an inquest until the county physician has exauiinat Tho police are making no ef fort to find the men who buried the baby The body is ricUly A XflVoly HOT tele gram reached here thia afternoon from Cincinnati inquiring for particulars ol tha death of Mark a local eel ebrity of that Wallace has been sojourning here several and is i splendid He tipped the beam t 847 pounds thia evening and siid that he never felt hotter bin Wallace wos much amused at tha report of his death and laughingly remarked that he was about as lively a corpse as there is on Afraid of Mob A special from Says Sheriff Hornbeck received a message from liiO littllrond Clerki aud Ticket Broken Com ulno trt Defraud Iho conspiracy ttas bean unearthed on the part of em ployes of tiie general pasnenger depart ment of the Horking Vaiiey and Toledo railroad to defraud the com riany by placiogjbogus pa sss and editors jooks ia Two local ticket Blaney aud have been arrested and given bond for tbeir appear ance to E former y chief clerk to the general passenger and lately rate clerk of the Pan andle railroad at Is under sur eillance and has made a confession of be part he had in the alleged conepiracv ind Klrner of the Hock ug is also under surveillance It s stated other arrests will Underlying the arrest of Blauoy1 and ianney there isoneof the gtevtestrail way sensations in the Those in Possession of the facts in this caee exceedingly reticent and it is bard lo et reliable but enough is known to warrant the statement that a wellknown passenger agent of a railj oad west of PiltsburR is mixed up in the flair and detectives have gone to arrest Blaney and Ranney eay hat they are not but will at thai proper time put the blame where It ol E today announcing tha arrest there 01 John the escaped mur derer of Sheriff who is under sentence to bo hanged Law Iu the day be received a message from Tur lington asking him to guard gainst lynching when be brought him 1 urllngton back to Boonevil le Sheriff Hwnbeck started after the prisoner to n i rr Ticket Brokorn In KAKSAH 12 its aessiuu evening the National Association of Guarantee Ticket Brokers elected the following officers Chicago sessions of the association will be concluded Cnuuulera on trial of the temperance crusaders for disturbing the peace and destroying the property t John a saloon was begun Three of the thirty six ants pleaded guilty and were lined tl and The trial of the others will concluded getmtor Vance Will Have organ of the Nortb Carolina Farmers Alliance attacks Senator Vance for bis ideas re garding the sub treasury The paper says We bad hoped tho senator would so modify bit views on tbis great mewure that the Alliance could substan tially support But he perslns In declaring the biJJ unconstitutional in short he cannot and will not support the This paper will not support any mun for senator who thus places himself in antagonism to a measure which lies so nsar the heart of this great at Lincoln nnd dent to Bo Katie Willis and Neta two young girls less than Idyeara and both from highly ra spectable families in were arrest ed by the police here to The girls were stage struck and had run away from their homes to Join the You and I The atrical They bad perfected arrangements tc meet the manager in Denver snd were on their way to that Both girls are remarkably line looking and were elegantly but their con versation showed them Ignorant of the ways of the In response to tele grams from the parents of the young maidens they were sent home to be MlaMlonarjr The seventysecond annual meeting of the general mission ary committee of the missionary society of tho Methodist Episcopal Church was convened in the llromfleld street church thia city to The meeting was called to order at 10 oclock by Bishop Bowman of An organization WIB perfected with Baldwin of New York as recording secretary and Sanford Hunt as financial The report the treasurer was then Dleburaementa from Novem to Knoapttaluatlon Treasury in debt No 1889 to total Receipts to treaaury in debt State of the treasury trea sury in debt in New York cash in treasury in Cincinnati net debt of treasury Net debt of treasury 2il4 Increase of Corresponding Secretary McCabe moved that the limit of appropriations Tor the work exclusive of contingent expenses and debt be fixed at Treasurer Hunt moved to make the amount Bishop Fitzgerald moved an a amend ment that thx amount be increased by kdding the The amendment prevailed and Treasurer Hunta motion was This leaves the amount in round Thin in cludes for the 000 for for contin for office and for This leaves for the Fntal atreet Brawl In A shooting affray occurred on the streets of this city this resulting in the killing of Sain who resided in the southern purt of the and tho wounding of John and Holland Some trou ble came up between Smith and Bid Jen and they began iring eaeh Bob Sids came to his rescue and firing Hol another brother of a deputy and John his in trying to suppress the both re ceived painful ilesb John Jeu kins ia an old Texas veteran aad one he RQUlers of tbis Homethlnff UuUBitaU PINK News comes from Noble fifteen south of of the first negrq in the state since the anH Oj Saturday night Jack Bucking a farm hand employed on the Franklin near Noble Lake bought a bettle of whiskey and raised a lot of morphias with He then went lay down and drank himself in After a long sleep he awcke and drank what remained of the whiskey and awoke in the land to Medical aid waa summoned shortly after Buck ingham took his last but it was too Killed tha At 0 oclock this morning while one of the trackmen on the New New Haven and Hartford railroad was walking along the track neat he saw the body of man lying tn tho gully at the side of He was stone Closer eiaralnsiloa that ThiUhk rfby t8iB lfiataat The body was taken to thn depot where it wan quickly recognized that of James Goodwin was employed as a cartoonist m A aooil Charters iuM arrested yesterday on sus picion of being the parlies who wrecked a Missouri Pacific train at Otterville on the morning of the today con fessed to five burglaries in coun ty in the vicinity of where the train was and were taken to Boonville this afternoon for The secret service officers say tonight that thetiabt men have not been bo doing so for a The third who was reported to have been im has not yet been Conipellod to the aged exeditor of the Matrimonial against whom Miss Knowles obtained a verdict of for breach of promise of has been compelled by he bankruptcy court to disgorge In uonev and about in jewelry Mua IvnowleMs the only Cunngei on tha Manager Morrlll of the Louis and Ban Cisco appointed Wentworth of the Kansas A TERRIBLE Tho English War Ship Serpent Lost at Out or Two Hundred mid Fifty song on llnnrii llut Iho Cnrorlnnalo Storm to on KaattfnMa ol the Woro Ku Houto the African station to Unlove on British mr ship Serpent wsa lost at a point twenty miles north of Caps Out of total of 250 touls on hoard only three were The Serpent went on the rocks during a storm on Monday A heavy mist prevailed at the time of the Owing to the violence of storm It was impossible to send assist ance from Tremendous BOSS swept the decks of the doomed vessel carrying away group after croup of the unfortunate men on The news of the wreck was conveyed distance of airly miles over The Serpents complement was 170 officers and The others on board were going out to relieve men on ships ol the African The duke yt Edinburgh was attending at Pauls concert at Plymouth when the news of thedisaster reached that He was immediately informed of the aari at once left the concert and hastened to the various newspaper offices in search of further Atter the despatches that had been received concerning the he went directly home without returning to tha He expressed the utmost sorrow at the fate that had overtaken the brave The oflleera at Plymouth were besieged by crowds of people anxious to here further news of the dis Among thane wero the Bobbing wives and daughtora of manv of the loft It is stated that many of the crew o the before the vessel started on what proved to bo her last expressed the fear that misfortune would be fall the The admiral bus telegraphed to ikitish consul at asking for de tails of the The ijueen ban sent n similar message to the duke of Edin The Serpent was built after the ideas of Admiral Jooper who insisted upon un imruenee horn according lo was out of all proportion to nor She could maintain a speed of eevauteea knots an Lord Brcasy in his naval annual adversely criticlias the He said that economy ot weight had been oairied to excete in tho con struction of the that her plating was top thin and her armament was In a seaway he said her heavy top weight would be a detriment to her speed and would nnduly strain the The relatives of the CJBW of the Set pent at Plymouth and the dock yard peo ple are full of gossip about the lost It is claimed thatshe was un aeawortby and she down on ail bet trial Hoas S wld have been in the habit of treating his men with undue The Serpent started last Saturday on her maiden She was commis sioned for seivice in Africa last but was detained by several mishaps io her She and her consorts were cordially disliked by the Serpent aas a bad She broke down more than once in the maneuvers of Several admirals pondnrun Anolhef official telegram from Coirunna says that the Serpent was wrecked oft Cape near the village of Tbere were 27 of whom only three were saved ihe bodies of three ladies have been washed The governor baa or dered the authorities at Camarinss to der every assistance in their 8wum three saved from the Serpent are who swain ashore at They press the belief that all the others on board were but only four bodies have been washed ashore aa Inere is no telegraph station at Camarl With Murderloi an wornon of badrepuT about 30 years died here tbis morning under suspicious Her father and who have been on a protracted claimed she bad taken too much morphine and but circumstances pointed to foul and a post mortem examination was held the assisted by when it was found she had come to her death by there being seven gashes on her where the blood was badly The cavity of the brain was lillod with aad her was badly Bee Eubankt her was arrested by order of the charged with murdering ihe family have beeu in bad repute here for They are closely related to one of the beet families of un adioininn B Two Yearn lu tho 1 the district court today the jury in the cast of returned a verdict of and pressed his pun shment it two years in the penitentiary Pruitt killed John with a in December He escaped from the and was recently apprehouded in the Indian Child Fount Dead hippewa Indian villiagu on the Bad liver reports the finding of be bodies of Indian woman aid har bild in the woods thruo or four miles back from Bad It is supposed tjja woman and child luto and stajfed were   

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