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   Lawrence Weekly Record (Newspaper) - April 22, 1892, Lawrence, Kansas                                APRIL ESTABLISHED TlkTltTTATVrJl T r K DTT T signs and house indications the Noyes lUl1 AL L A II l A Rockwell ease now under cdnsideration in the will be decided in Rock SENATOR TELLER ROASTS KOf ADMINISTRATION Testimony in the Kaum Pension Rumored Cabinet Kight Honr Bill Favorably The KockwellXoyes Other Washington of decided Rock wells favor by a small house yesterday occupied the whole day in its An Influx of treas j ary department is informed that 540 i Chinamen were landed at i British the ma jority of whom are presumably bound for the United Orders were accordingly issued to immigrant in spec torsand customs officials along the Canadian border to look out fo r j I those people and to prevent their enj I tering this country in violation of the i FOR KANSAS DEMOCRATS INSTRUCT j FOR THE DELEGATES TO CHICASO Mobay or Jewell usooru Rooks For State Biddle of Montgomery Wyandotte Secretary of French of i Reno Osborneof Rocks coun iXv8 R Strong of Cowiey Whittington of Lincoln Marty of Clay Vincent of Clay For Attoraey McDonald of Pevton of Ellis DISTRESS IN Rathbun of Noah Allen of ExGovernor Fenlon ami Other In the State Convention Changed From Pittsburgh to Missouri and Snnllower Po litical April silver resolution offered by Morgan was t taken up and Teller proceeded to address the senate upon Tell er said We are told now that a question that affected the welfare and perity of the whole country was not of so much importance and consideration as was the question of having a certain man of one political party or the other elected as chief executive for the next lour That influence has been felt in the senate and it had been felt in other No man could deny that executive influence had been during the last year the potent influence which gov erned Republican representatives in the He had been for fifteen years an observer of the power of fed eral The silver bill lacked a majority in the house today because the Democratic party was afraid that if the Democrats in the house should j put themselves squarely on the quesj tion of free coinage the state of New York would cast its votes for the Republican lie knew whereof he spoke when he said that the banks of New York city had organized them selves for the purpose of defeating sil ver Teller asserted that if there was an attempt made at the Minneapolis convention to place the Republican party in antagonism to the four silver producing states would not hereafter bcable to act in cooperation Eastern Republicans in the senate or any other He was in favor of an international but he never One until an ex ecutive was elected who really favored After an executive session the senate Washington In the house on the motion of j Hopkins of Illinois a bill was passed authorizing any national bank of Chi which is designated by the April Dam Columbian to conjocratic state convention has finished duct a bank on the exposition its selected twenty delegates j and alternates and adopted resolutions The collections of internal revenue including all the issues before the during the first nine mouths of the j r ending June were j Seclgwick Ives of Rice Frank Doster of Marion For PhiUips of Morris Osborn of Rooks Collins of RiJey I Foster of Shawnee countv For State Superintendent of Public lu Markley of Linn count of Ottawa j Gaines of Saline Biddisoa of I Marshall Fanny McCormick of Barton Thoroman of Sa line HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE ON THE VERGE OF CAUSED BY SEVERE The Losses on the Principal In Estimated at 80 Per The Famine District Numbers From to People Is Badly Xcedcd to Relieve an increase of compared with the receipts duringthe corresponding period of the present fiscal The president will issue a proclama tion in a few days promulgating the modus vivendi and warning1 of the United States against its viola It has been settled that the rati fication the treaty of arbitration shall be exchanged at Washington and thie secretary of state and the British minister are now making arrangements for that ESCAPED THE j Otis AVill Not lie a I April close per sonal friend of congressman from the Fourth d says that Otis would decline re i nomination if it was tendered His j reasons for this are that he is tirou of I Washington and official and that his family prefers to in their home on the dairy farm near Two Extradition April Colonel Van Home Kn Route to Cheyenne With the Captured April severe snow raged without intermission since Sunday killed hundreds of young calves and many weak cows Cattle men pronounce it since the spring of 1880 and the end is not yetj Colonel with three com panies of are en route for Douglas as guard to the cattlemen cap tured at the Ranch a week stage driver just in from the north and private letters received here from Buffalo state that the troops left Fort MeKinney Sunday Howard deputy sheriff of Johnson coun is in charge of the are really in the hands of civil authorities under military pro i The delegation was instructed to vote for Cleveland and support him so long as his name shall be before the con I Indiana For The delegates at larpe arc j April 21 Fonlon of exCiovirnor i Click of Atchison tiw Tully delegation to the democratic Scott of the Jones of a1101111 hi Thomas Fitch of Wichita and thj William Sajip of i Alternates at Marys thy Arkansas City George Lawrence Frank Chanute Garden district j Atchison j Marys Clyde Second William Fort Alternates Olatiie Ot largely attended meeting of prominent j supporters of exPresident Cleveland and exGovernor Mnynaril April as1 sembly has adopted by a vote of ayes 07 the majority report of the Maynard which indorses Mavnards action in the contested election The senate has adopted the report by a itnpossir SAN April three years the counties of Zapata and Duval have been subjected to a drought of such severity as to render the produc tion of the necessaries of life The season for planting this year has passed and early crops having been killed by frost there is no hope for rlief unless summer rains should convention will vote for secure a light fall Cleveland for This is the The loss of the depreciation in programme agreed upon yesterday at a value of all kinds of the in ability of ranchmen to procure money for the payment of the preva lence of smallpox through a section ex Third Winncld i I Howard Allison i Fourth Morjm Eureka Alternates Marion county Ben j Osage Fifth Junction i Alteri Bcllville Clay j Sixth Lincoln l P Alternates Os Seventh Kins bound by man Alter The balrot boxes and contents were de Centre stroyed this precinct by masked I tending through San Ignacio in Zapata J to llio Grande City in Starr county and the baleful effects the Garza revolution combined have pro duced a destitution hitherto Some of the people are using the meat of cattle who have died from dis ease or and others are dry ing the food for future The losses on the principal in dustry of tljis are estimated at SO per and in Nueces county Rush EIGHT MEN now two extradition Rus sianand French before the As the Russian treaty was the first it holds first place on the calendar of executive business and in the ordinary course of business must be disposed of in some way be iorc jthe French treaty can be formally This places the latter in an unfortunate for while it is there are many senators who are strongly opposed to the Russian treaty j and by their opposition to its ratifiea1 tion will prevent action on the French The two conventions were discussed for an hour in executive ses sion yesterday but without The opposition to the Russian treaty is based upon the capital crimes under cover of it is as persons might be extradited for political Pension Office I April Ford was again examined by the Rauin committee He made a state ment in relation to the testimony of Caddie who charged him in effect with making improper proposals to her and persecuting her because she rejected his He testified that when he said to Wright on the street that We will are i Terrible Disaster by Wuter in a Pennsyl Coal April horror was added late to the many hundreds of accidents that have occurred in the mining regions by the flooding of part of the workings of the companys colliery seven miles from By this accident it is given out that eight men have lost their lives while the existence of two others are in Six of these are Italians and the Frank Lynch of Leavenworth was the temporary and permanent chairi Major for eiegratc at man Cooper of Uice county was I KANSAS April Re chosen The usual commit publicans of the Twelfth Missouri tees were then appointed and i congressional district in convention on the part of the for Aprii headlave died of Washington was last The famine district contains a popu night announced as candidate for the lation estimated at to pep Democratic nomination for i and probably onequarter of this Lowe is the man who made the fa number require while the mous campaign against John Ander1 resources of the balance of the popula son in the Fifth district in j tion are only adequate to maintain c in themselves and Spellbound Ity nn r M PI i I Ptopc have appealed to the April election state in and another of commissioners and officers is spelli signed by the leading citizens Winchesters and j dressed to the public has been pub asking for contributions of corn and other supplies to be addressed to the Central Star care county PENNSYLVANIA President Secretary Blaine and the JIcKInley Tariff j April the Republican convention to nominate a candidate for supreme two candidates for congressmen at four electors at large and eight dele gates at large to the national conven tion was willed to order by State Chairman Walters the opera house was to the delegates occupying the first floor and the spec tators crowding themselves into the Every delegate was present The t at of whielv committee Chris JMagee was extenas congratulations to the Republicans of Island and takes the late victory in the state as an omen of victory through out the country in The administration of President Har rison is commended in the highest of terms and his foreign policy is good words being also safd in the lat ter connection for the distinguished secretary of brilliant son of and ideal of Republican The Mclvinley tariff act and the whol o principle of protection is strongly After a hot the follow ing resolution was adopted The earnest public and party services of Matthew StanleyQuay entitle him to tho thanks and gratitude of the Republicans of delegatesat proposed by General Frank then unan imously chosen as follows Allegheny William Philadelj phia Francis Lancaster William men on account Of radical ROTHSCHILDS CYCLONE IN It lonesome walk he meant that it would be lonesome be cause the block on which they were then starting1 to walk was not a gen eral thoroughfare and contained no res He disclaimed in the most em phatic manner that he ever had an evil thought in relation to or had offered by word or action any in Bult to Zuer or to any other Witnesses told of a number of incidents that occurred in the the recital of which caused no little One of these incidents witness de scribed as his approach in a playful manner to female clerks making a as if to embrace He merely throw hoth over their heads and then draw hisarms The witness illus trated how he did One of these clerks was a grand Eight Hoana April house committee has agreed upon a L relating to the limitation of the i of daily service of laborers and employed upon public It limits and restricts to hours in any one cal day service and iplpyment of all labor and mechanics loved by the government of the ted by the of Co byany contractor or sub of the of platbrsofithe law bepunished s or x Cabhiet Destroys a XnmUer of Houses and Kills n Xegro April cyclone of fearful velocity struck near Glad twelve miles west of here on the Texas Pacific this morn ing at and demoralized every thing in its Onlj one life was so far as that of a negro though a number of others were more or less severely Thousands of trees were uprooted and blown part of the citizens of welcomed the visiting gates to the Theconvention then adopted a resolution instructing the Kansas delegation to the Ghicag1 con to reelect Ulair as mem ber of Democratic com A resolution ing the state central comraHiee to change the place of meeting of the convention for the nomination of state i oHicers from Pittsburg to i i The I The platform adopted briefly lined isas follows We hereby declare that this conven tion is heartily in favor of tariff reform and a reduction of We de clare for a tariff for revenue only that all raw material shall be admitted free that hightax if need be levied upon the luxuries of life and that the lowest possible tax be put upon the articlcsof consumption by the great mass of our We are opposed to every kind of class We are in favor of vigor The Cashier of the House Skips is of yosterdav adopted resolutions endorsi AVith a Goodly dele ing Major Warner for delegate at large April grand sensation Mirfnbapol is was caused in the Bourse here today by the report that Ilerr chief j cashier for the great banking house of to the Another SAN April and the adjoining sections of the state which were the scene of the disaster resulting from the earthquake of were again visited last night and early this The shocks were less intense than those of the preceding No one was seriously injured in any of the four towns which suffered from the Case of Wholesale town is excited over a case of wholesale poi Daniel Shaw is his af fianced Miss Annie is very as are also his an adopted daughter and an All are suffering from strych nine administered by some unknown BLOOD RED A Hcluted Hoomer Tells About Kight Men Rothschilds at Frankfort Was a de Hem Killed over out OKLAHOMA CITV settler has arrived at the land office here and reports having seen eight men line of this command of Ok Aoril tion ot tlle not yet been com Peted and the exact amount of the de falcation is therefore not It is said in some quarters that Jaeder has the greater part of the stolen mone3r in ns possession and that under an assumed name he is endeavoring to reach a foreign likely the United i A Xew Cure For April to a morning paper the superin tendent of the state lunatic asylum at MiddletownJJsaid yesterday I be ous legislation to crush out monopolies t and combines short pointed stake into the We believe the gold basis Of currency makinff the leap from his horse to insufficient and that free and was thrown by a lunge stricted interchange of gold and silver the horse onto thc stake whlch ran shot down on the east county by soldiers under Captain The crowd at this point was estimated at As the of 12 arrived they became Twice theybrpkc the linejand i were driven back by the The T Alarer Jn TO the captain then rode down the line and NEW April The Mail and warned them that if a third attempt Express says editorially today Gen should be made the solders would tire i eral Russell Alger informs us that on The third time a break j he will not write a letter of with across the line was made the soldiers drawal from the presidential contest opened killing He says he is in the race to remain im Many shooting scrapes and other j til the finish that he favors the send casualties are One man ing of iininstructed delegates to the while running at full speed threw a Minneapolis convention so that when JAI t Slyer and McAulifTe May NKW April withstanding printed reports there is good reason to believe a match will be arranged between Billy Myer and Jack McAuliffcto take place during the week of the SiillivanCorbett April comes on Gen able lieve that baseball is a homeopathic cure for It is a kind of craze in itself and it gives the lunatics a new kind of craziness to relieve them of the malady which inflicts their I have noted our most melancholy pa tients watching baseball laugh ing heartily and even immoderately at the mistakes of the playing and the fiinny incidents of the The free air they breathe while sit ting around the baseball field is bene ficial to most of them and I cultivate baseball both because I like it myseliE and because it is beneficial to the asy lum Stone at April William Stone of Democratic candidate for spoye to a large audience at the Bijou opera house last He created a great sensa tion by denouncing the Democrats of and declared that all the Democratic leaders of that city are after is to secure a governor who will give them and a recorder of voters subservient to their and that that was all the interest they had in Colored People In April national convention of colored people is to be held here this At a mass meeting of citizens held yesterday a committee was consisting Hunter and Porter to devise a plan whereby proper attention of the American peo ple and of the world may be called to the condition of the colored people in the United is demanded by the necessities of the as money and not as articles of commerce and that we invite all na tions to unite with us in securing this j We demand the continued use of a greenback The resolutions approve the bill pending to amend the constitution so as to elect a United States senator by i a direct vote of the Favor liberal pensions and view with alarm and indignation the corrupt methods and misuse of the present pension They instruct the delegates to the Chicago convention to vote for Grover Cleveland and to use all honor able means to secure his nomination in order that his patriotic course may be vindicated that said delegation shall vote as a unit so long as the name of Grover Cleveland shall remain be fore the The resolutions were presented by Judge John Martin of Topeka and second by Holliday of theJTopeka Democrat Holliday has been a pronounced Rill The resolutions were adopted amid great PEOPLES PARTY Found If April body of air5unknbwn was found on near the yesterday rf The Kansas Bustler as Officially Revised Up to April list of avowed candidates for Peoples party nominations for state offices continues to grow and it is yet nearly months before the state convention will The list as revised to date by editor of the iso as follows For of Douglas Vincent of Clay Scott of McPherson Wil litts of Jefferson Williams of Reno Elder of Franklin Frank Doster of Marion Hammers of Harper Doolittle of Chase Ives of Rice Levi Dumbauld of Lyon Kies of Sedgwick coun Osborn of Rooks Briedentnal of Labette For Ldeutenant Whit tmgton of Uncota county Rice of Cpffey of Morris Scott of McPherson FJsh of Stunner t through his Another man and j horse werekilled in jumping a Two men were in on yester days train charged with The jam and excitement at the United States land office here is some thing The people on the in coming trains leaped from the carswhile running at a high rate of speed in or der to take the near cut to the land One man had his collar bone broken in jumping off the Oklahoma Hill April known as Oklahoma was shot yesterday at by Ted Grimes of in a running fight be tween thc Taxas delegation and Kan sas Hill is the cause of the disappointment at county seat of C The Indians from Smith Pauls valley are favoring the Hill and they and the Texas delegation are at swords the delegates have all they j may exercise their best judgment and j nominate the candidate who can best be trusted to THE NATIONAL The mnd Giants Quarrel Game and a Balti moreNew York game yesterday was given to New York by the umpire by a score of 9 to 0 at the end of the sixth on account of Baltimore re fusing to play in the the score standing 6 to 5 in favor of 2031 New 0 0 14 AT 100 00 All the other League as well as those of the Western were post poned on account of National League W L PC 1 New 3 1 31 2 3 Cincinnati 43 571 W L PC 2 3 23 Cleveland 12 1 2 SLLoois 1 3 Baltimore 1 4 teajne 0 1000 I MS Kansas 1 WLPC it 2 JSS 1 1 A Ybung Woman Weary of April last night a young mar ried took a large dose of lauda but did not end her life as de She came here recently from where she had been mar ried only a few months Her hus band left her it is after a bitter Zinc Ore April zinc ore market is advancing with a rushi Sales have been made this week at per an advance in two The price is expected to go There is no surplus ore in sight and it is reported that the supplies of ore at the smelters are running very Anthony in the friends of George Anthony have finally pulled his blanket off and started him in the race as a fullfledged candidate for congressmanatlarge and he will go before the Hutchinson convention expecting to come out a Kansas and Illinois April presi dent today sent to the senate the fol lowing nominations John Tanner of to be assistant treasurer of the United States at Chicago Lafay ette Smith of to be register of the land office at Fosters Majority NEW April indications are that Fosters majority for governor will reach A large negro vote was given to Foster in many of the parishes of which the Republi cans claim The count has not yet been The Treasury Balance Again April pension payments so far this month amount to million dollars and the refund of the direct tax to over f and the consequence is that the balance has fallen to A Printer Commits April young printer named Frank James committed suicide by shooting himself last nigh at fifteen miles east of Disappointmentin a love affair is given as the cause by his THE j Kansas Saks on change by sample on the basis of the Mississippi river 2 bard wheat Icar79c 3 hard wheat 1 car choice 1 car lear 1 5 cars 74c 4 hard vriijat 3 cars 4 cars 4 cars 3 cars C8c rejected hard 1 car 51lbs 6ic 3 red wheat 2 cars very SJc 4 winter 5 cars 2 cars 7Uc rejected ter quite Practically all the offering went to local buyers at mixed and for 2 white On the call 5 cars mixed April sold at 35c not Receipts were better than for some days past and buyers somewhat 2 mixed sold at 2 white at 3 at 2 was quoted nominally at 66c Me Receipts 2 860 on the basis of here in 100lb 17 Mar ket Quotations are 9 per ton fancy good to low MILLET fair Good straight German common hard to 45 SOHOHUM in Chicago Closing Cash April 2 2 2 42c 3 40c S 3 Timothy Mess Short Ribs April Wheat Re bu bu corn bu Closing prices f 85c 3Tc LITE Kansas KANSAS April 33 shipped yester The market for steers was ac ive and strong to ICc higher cows steady to lOc higher feeders active and lOc Dressed beef and shipping cows and stcck ers and mixed shipped yester The market was active to So 901 shipped yester The market was active and strong to The following ate repre sentative sales 600 I 550 I   

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