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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 26, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas LAWYERS IN THE OPINIONS OF FIFTY m wars HUTCHINSON Opinions of Leading Kansas Lawyers on Needed Temperance Temperance Hurt Suutys THURSDAY JUNE FREE COINAGE The House Refuses to Concur In the Senate Moat of the Kansas Delegation Voted With the Democrats For Free Stnrmj Hcenes Over the Introduction of the Lodce Election BlllThe gerxeant atArmi Compelled to RestoreOrder Little Tilt In the Senate Over Senator Calls Interpolation of tire IMeardNews and Oosslp Gathered About the national June silver bill was made a special order in the houee today and the debate on the bill During the debate Taylor of the bill and charged that it was being pushed by the worst lobby that ever m the The senate passed this bill and then senators came over here and tried to get their members to vote against The debate was continued by Peters of Outcheon of Dunnell ot Minnesota and Williams of and Broasiua of Pennsyl vania and StOikdale of McKinley in closing the debate aald he wanted the use of both metals to and because he did want it he opposed tbe senate He wanted the metals to stand Bide by aide with equal purchasing power and legal tender The gentlemen who favored the senate amendment wanted silver to do all of the He despised that word cheap whether applied to money or whether applied to Cheap was the badge of poverty whether applied to iauivldualB or whether applied Whatever it was we had for money in thia country iiraunt lie equal in purchasing power and legal tender quality whether good paper or silver each redeemable In the other and each exchangeable for the other and each of equal He spoke for the country when he laid that whatever money we had should be the best money In the Ap The uour of 8 oclock arrived and the speaker declared the previous question Springer of asked if a separate voe could be had on each ot tbe senate The speaker replied in the allirmative and caused the first senate amendment to be It was the section providing for the free coinage and was a substitute for tbe drst section ot the home bill providing for the purchase of worth of silver bullion both tidts it was at once recognised that this was the teat and the and nays were demanded on Mprlng Coleman of Louisiana being the only Republican who voted with the Demo After arranging to meet at 11 oclock for the six days during which the debate Is to continue the house THE Juno the satiate to day Call rose to make a personal but on motion of Sher man the doors were closed and Call waa prevented from making a public The doors were reopened at and the Senate then took up the house bill for the admission of Wyoming into the Union as a The bill was laid aside temporarily and Ingalls offered a resolution instruct ing the committee on privileges and elec tions to Inquire into the publication in the Oongrasionnl Record of today a per Bonal explanation by Call and to re port whether It is in accordance with the regulations and practice of the and directing that such personal explanation be withheld from the perma nent edition or the litcortl until furtner order of the Call said that ho did not think the resolution should be There was no possible ground or reason for it He had asked leave of the senate on the Sad of June last to print extracts in the Hecord in vindication of his career in the in response to a pamphlet attack Ing anu that was all that he hai done At his leisure he had pre pared a statement In nil own viuuica tion and had submitted it to a membe era motion to concur in thn senate As the call progressed thn votes were watched with the closest Interest and the defeat ot the frae coinage amendment by a vote of IDS to hailed with applause on the Republican The following Republicans voted with the Democrats in favor of the free coin age amendments Car Smith Il Townseud Turner Williams An derson Onen The following Democrats voted with the Republicans to nonconcur Geis of the committee on Gor man on whose judxment he am who had informed him that there woe no impropttety whatever in having i That was the whole state ment of the case and he aakec waa there any breech of privilege in it senator from Florid in my not only grosal violated and abused the privileges of th but he baa deliberately falsifle the record of what occured on the da when the transaction took call the senator from Kansas to withdraw the obaerva it M for a senator to get up and di nounce another senator on this tloor o having been guilty of an infamou crime withdraw the obeerva tion and say that the senator from Flor Ida changed tbe So far as tha is a modification or change I make Call retorted on Ingalla b pointing out now small the bo bitter the bow mean the that could find in such cir cumslaucea the willingness to accuse another senator of falsifying tbe He went on to say I should demand of him that he show the courage of a man and not the cowardice of a slan Cullom called for the regular order of Tbe therefore went over without action and the senate proceeded with the bill for the admission of Wyom ing as a The report of the com mittee on territories was Vest opposed the He knew that in the post states had been adtnlttted with small populations because of some sectional or party But there was no such exigency existing The Hepubliran parcy had a majority of eight ommissioner Lillls denied this even g the truth of the dispatch sent from enver stating that his daughter died ere this morning from the effect of a ose of morphine taken laat illis said he baa no daughter named azel and that none of his daughters ave recently been m NKWTON NKW4 arrer Oeunty In the Hldst of a Bich June oday has been very warm and nd all who were not under the necessity f working have spent the most of their me seeking for cool air and a welcome Good crop reports come in unceas One of Harvey countys prosper us drove to ight and passed thirteen headers nd twelve binders at Harvey ounty farmers have no lack of money nd spend it freely in Improving their The directors of tbe New ton and Guld railroad company will meet n this city tomorrow to finish theorgan zation and elect officers for the ensuing Improvements are being made on the school Newton has three of the finest school buildings in the state and no pains is spared to Keep them In good who has the contract for the stone work on the Bethel is rap idly contracting for stone and work will soon recommence on the college which is to be pushed to completion as rap dly as Is consistent with good When com pleted the college will be a magnificent structure and a great improvement to Harvey countys Tbe Newton stores all clone at 7 or 8 oclock each evening excepting Saturday for the benefit of the who greatly appreciate the liberty given and who spend their evenings in all manner of The Muse band is practicing faithfully and expects to give some open air con certs in the pretty West park before CRIME AND Whisky Oaueea a Tragic Shooting Affray at Kansas A Drunken Husband to Kill His Wife Fatally Wonnits Her A Yates Center Farmer KlllR His Brother InLatr aid His Wife and Then Ylntahes s Bad Job lj Shooting Him Colored Paloon Iorter a Bevolver With Fatal An Alabama In KANSAS June a drunken and urged on by Imaginary Meyers this evening went to the house of hii wifes Tan a well known at 733 Lyon and attempted to f kill her with a Van in shielding his niece from the bullet fired by received a probably fatal wound in the ab morningsbe heard the noise of a vehicle rapidly driven on Marys street stopped by the bridge and some men got There was a desper ate struggle of some moments duration and throe ones for help In a mans After the Ispue of or two this was followed by a splash in the water and the vehicle waadtiven away at the same high rate of At Marys street bridge there are tress ling The rocks found in the pockets of the corpse are Identical In and doubtless came from the some alterations In progri tlty of chipped buildii second shot struck Miss Carrie Van and entered her She will probably Meyers then escaped through the hack yard and was not captured by his pursurers until he had turned and fired nt The bullet hit Kelson Gleason in the As Boon as he was arrested and taken to the station he fell to the floor in a drunken Domestic difficulties caused the Everybody Is interested In bicycle rid ing The old riders speed about the streets with much apparent enjoy ment and many both men and wo are talking of purchasing Horseback riding seems less in favor than on previous probably be cause most people prefer Linn was badly hurt by a corn shelter He was shelling corn and his clothing caught in a cog and doubled him tearing every shred of clothing om him and bruising him badly about IB back and The physicians think is injuries will not prove There are to be three ice cream socials n this city The small boys are making collections f birds eggs and the parents object to le Hence a discuasion in hich the boys are likely to come out be A TBIPPLE Shot Bla Hei Brother and Then YATEB June a prosperous small farmer living twelve miles south of visited his at about 11 armed with a singlebar rel breachloading Anglin was plowing corn less than a quarter of a mile from his It is not known whether any quarrel occurred or but load Coe discharged of buckshot at striking him full in the causing instant heavy IN A MBBRV A Young Commits Salolde a Smile on Her June Lizzie aged and a very attractive girl in features and committed suicide a little before noon today at the home of her mother in this place by tak ing At about 10 oclock she went to the drug store of James Good ale and bought ten cents worth of saying she wanted It for the destruction of She told a number of neighbors that she intended to kill but as she was of a merry dispo sition they thought she was joking and paid little attention to the She even showed to a the package of poison she had svytngthere was enough to do the Shortly afterward Birkey saw the girl mixing n white powder in a glaai of but thought she was only prepar ing a drink of A little later the girl came to Birkeys door with a merry About five minutes after wards who was lying down upstairs in her heard her daughter call to her if you want to see mo alive you have got to get This call was followed by piercing Bcreima that awakened the neighborhood and the girl was found in convulsions in the sitting loom and stubbornly resisted all attempts to give saying she wanted to and expired in a few min utes after a physician had reached the It IB feared that the girl bad been be trayed end that she sought death to hide her Coroner Gage will hold an inquest lawful after it had passed both It was the intention ot the promoters of the lottery scheme who are almost to a man either from San Fran cisco or Los Angeles to make Tia Juana a veritable American Monte and with tills in view they had arranged to purchase all the land in about 100 rude adobe the bull ring and atn This California syndicae organized about a year ago with a capital stock of of which was paid into the hands of the treos a resident of Los After considerable successful lobbying and the expenditure of large sums to carry the lottery bill through both ana when the members of the syndicate were apparently on the road to great President Diaz gave them a vato and knocked out the Mexican Monto The Rochester Team for Juno IB re ported on the authority of a prominent boll man that the Rochester fran chise and players are to be sold to De provided that left Coe f r ONeil Turner Upon the announcement of tho result Springer withdrew the request for further separate votes on the remaining senate and with the excep tion of tbe fourth amendment they were considered en A motion to concur failed oa a stand ing nays and they were nonconcurred On the fourth amendment giving legal tender quality to ihe silver certificates Breokinridge of Kentucky asked for a eeparate But his motion to concur was defeated upon a viva voco A motion was made by Conger to disagree to the amendment of the It was agreed to without as was his motion for tbe appointment of a con ference and the struggle was Hitt of Illinois presented the con ference report on the diplomatic appro priation bill and it was agreed Cannon ot f rum the com mittee on rules reported bsck a substi tute for the resolution Introduced by Lodge of setting apart five days ef the present week for the con sideration of the national election The substitute reads That immediately at tor tho paaaage of this bill the aUser bill Ihe house will proceed to consider house bill 11045 the national election billl nntil July at a oclock when tbe previous question shall br considered as ordered on the buTaad any pending and on the aabatttate for the whole bill which the member In ot the bill shall the rlisht to oB thai during the last two oaya amendments may offered to any part o this bill ia the house with debate under the flve minutes rule that this ahall not interfere Kith the lenoral appro priation Springer moved to adjourn and Enloe shouted this ia a bill to revo lutionize the Finally It was agreed to allow forty minutes bate on the resolution with the that the pension question should be considered as the and Springer withdrew his motion to UcHlUaa and Blount vigorous ly attacked the bill and from this time thero was great confusion on tho Cannon of ONeill of engaged in a colloquy some what personal In its nature and this added to much to the already existing disorder that tha oergeantatarma came forward with bis mace of office and re Springer ot Illinois moved to table n the senate to Vest went on to say that be would not vote for the admission of Wyoming with Its present permitting woman He never would vote to admit into the Union states which per mitted woman In his judg ment woman suffrage was antagonistic to the spirit and institution of the Ameri can and wan utterly antagonistic to the idea of government which the fathers had made and An objection that Vest made to the constitution of Wyoming was that It gave the right of holding property to Platt said that Wyoming had as good a right to admission as a state as any territory that was ever admitted in the whole history of the He was surprised that gentlemen so devoted to home rule should not be willing to allow a territory to decide the question of woman suffrage for At the close of Platte remarks he made an effort to have the vote taken on the but Vest objected and movec an adjournment and the senate ad Army following army orders were issued yesterday as follows First Wallace Eighth in is relieved from duty at the United States Military Wes to take effect August 28 and will join his The unexecuted part of the sentence is remitted in the case of Charles Ooner late sergeant company Twentyfourth now confined in the peniten tiary at Two years o the sentence are remltte in the case of late privat Fifth now in the Leaven worth military Leave of absence for two tc take effect July is granted Ma William commissary of subsiBi Leave of absence for three months anc fifteen to take effect as soon as hi service can be is granted Cap William assistant Musician William compan Eighteenth now with b company at Fort Is trans ferred asprivate to company Nine teenth infantry be sent to th station of that company Fort Wayni ordnancu detach by direction of tb upon his own application placed on the retired Fmt Harry tyflfta will repair to New Yor city by and report in persoi to the superintendent of the recruitin service for assignment to duty at Div New York The leave of absence on account o sickness granted Charles Mo assistant IB ox tended twentyfive days oh account o It Was Wot Bis June for that city It will is pay be Detrolt has offered lleved president of the and Treasurer McKay have gone out of and it is believed that they are in Secretary Bjhacheck will neither confirm nor deny the If the franchise IB sold it is because of the legal action taken to stop Sunday ball It Is generally understood that without the profits of the Sunday games the management cannot make both ends On the other hand the Associa tions counsel says he ia confident that the right to play Sunday ball can be es and that he will make the present a test TUB OTTAWA rand Preparations Being for Old Soldiers June is recog ition day at the It is a gala with ratoryand The classes In the depart ment for 08 under Irection of Grand Marshal larehed to the where lOrimer of Chicago addressed the Rrsdu tes and Hurlbut of New York pre ented the There are forty aree graduates from this a reater number than upon any former To morrow will be devoted to gather ng the results of the normal and other The following day will be given to the Did Ex President Hayes will e joined at Kansas Olty by Governor lumphrey and his staff Ira Col ins and a delegation from his depart commander of hoyal Legion coinmandery oin the party and escort them to Tha officers of last year have all been re elected and arrangements are already being made to secure talent for next Tbe annual appearance of tha ghosts ook place which drew tho argest crowd of the The TVlnfield second day of the Winfield Chautauqua assem bly baa been all the moat sanguine ex Tonight the great auditorium was packed to its utmost capacity to hear Ulnor Griswold in his famous lecture A Tour Around the Three thousand handkerchiefs waved in Chau tauqua salutes as the lecturer stepped on the He held his audience spellbound tor over two hours and when closed It waa hard to realize that the time had Tomorrow is Grand Army Com rade Tim McCarthy Camp fire tactics will be given by Governor Hallo Department Commander Collins and Kelly of The program will be interspersed with Interesting recitations and Russell Alger delivers an address in the afternoon and Mclntire lec tures at Sunny Side of Soldier The attendance surprises the most san and the trains are still loaded with people coming to spend the entire season at the Saturday will be a red letter day owing to the presence of the passed from that farm to another across the and into a field onehalf mile where another Adrian was plowing and approaching said I suppose you know I am keeping a house of prostitu tion over to which Anglin answered that he knew no such whereupon Coe leveled his gun and dis charged a load of buckshot at who dodged and caught the buckshot in his right just above the The stuck in Coes gun and before he could extract It and fiut in a new Borne parties living near came to An The surgeons have ampu tated bis doe left the scene of his attempted murder and went to his less than a half a mile where his a sis FOTTAWATOMIES They Pear the Outcome of the Kfforta to Open Their ter to the two the He attacked her with a revol the first shot passing through her but doing her no She must have started to as the next and fatal shot struck her In the back of the killing her almost Be then went into the sat down on the placed the revolver to his fore head and killed No cause is assigned for his terrible He was 64 years His wife was aged about 86 They had been married about ten but had no chil He left a will devising his prop erty to the Coyville lodge of Free providing they bury him with Masonic otherwise to the PrOBtestant Or phans Home at The coroner IB holding an A High Old Time at SPOKANE June serious collision occurred today he tween the authorities of Spokane county and the city of Spokane creating a There is a rivalry existing between the Spokane Street Railway company and the City Park Transit bsth wanting to lay tracks on Division street for electric and cable The Street Hallway company had its line in and the city council ordered the tracks torn up ia five The limit expired at Aaa precau tionary measure the Transit company had procured an injunction from the su perior court to prevent the city author ities from Interfering with the At 4 oclock this morning the work of demolition Acting Mayor Da Sheriff Hinchiff and other city and county officials were The June The affairs in regard to the Fottawatomles are becoming The Pottawato mies are in great trepidation now that they realize that their demands will not be They will probably re ceive a small per for their The government does not so much wish to purchase the lands as to gain permis sion to open it up to white The Pottowatomiea and Shawnees hold a council to The commission is doing all In ita power to bring about a tory Private who left over a week ago for Oklahoma for supplies in charge of an escort wagon has not Fears of foul play are A detachment has been sent to search for Ooddard Wauts the June Goddard has sent out a circular letter asking each general pissongor agent In the Western Passenger association to inform him be fore June 27 of any contract or agree ment which may effect rates in the This course and the compliance with it by every line is absolutely necessary to preserve peace in the There IB nothing now to prevent any paesenger man contracting for a party and dating the contract back to suit the time as he sees This has been done in several cases and three general pass enger agents declared this afternoon that the rate situation can not be entirely set tled until every line declares it has no outstanding A GREAT The Event of the Races at Shoopa head Bay Salvator Defeats Tenny and Beats the Record by One and B Half An Immense Crowd of Bntfmataatlo tatora fiee Murphy and Garrison Good Hot so neah for a Bis Pan An Exolllnc Finish In Which tks Winner Is Tletor by a Yery Short NBW June day of yel low almost without a a day of soft west breezes that tempered the a day when water ru tiles and wrinkles but does not Such axe the conditions this afternoon down at Sheepaheod Bay race where the great match race between the 4yearold sun of Prince Charlie and and the 4 yearold son of Kayon DOr and Belle of was and where Salvator was re turned the Thousands of men and came down to Bee Garrison and his black ride good horse flesh for a toothsome Moat of the Tenny money went on 13 to and when the bugle sounded for the 7 to 5 could be had all around the ring against 1he beat at that time waa 8 to 5 against and barrels of money were poured in on him at that Tbe with added by the club to carry 122 pounds good track the stewards to decile one mile and a 122 straight 1 to Place 133 straight 0 to 5 Place As the pair cantered upon the track thousands of eyes followed the magnifi cent animals and the admirers of each horse cheered them Grand spec imens of horse flesh they both of and their riders appear like part of the animals so perfectly they are Hied In their At the start Balvator ia in the front and Murphy is just rating him Garrison keeps Tenny at the headquar ters of the suburban Faster and faster tbe swift racers travel and the for A J une sensation al separation has taken place here be tween jeweler and ticket and hie The facts leading to the separation are quite sensational and the evening papers publish some spicy letters wbich are alleged to have passed between McOrabb and a lover whom the husband accused ot Toe husband ia said to have discovered McCrabb in a tion and thla was the compromising le cause of th Bitua 16 dis Divorce suits and counter suits have been filed by both The high standing of the parties make their downfall the talk of the his deputies arrested the Superintendent of Police Returning ng and it IB estimated that from to people will be In attendance and great preparations are being made te receive Everyone is enthusiastic In pronouncing this the most successful assembly ever held Strike at Bast June 400 and 500 of the platform men employed by the various eastern railroads centering in Eut Bt Louis struck this afternoon for higher They have getting per day and now demand for ten hours Although no demon stration has been made by the striken the local agents have asked for police sheriff and the of streets and Captain who gave to the scene they found a large force re laying the The police ordered them to desist and arrested all whore and subsequently took the sheriff tihd bis deputies into State war rants were then issued for the arrest of all the members of tlieciiy council and the entire police about This disqualified the policemen and an entire new force of policemen were sworn Upon the order of Judge Kinneard of the superior court 250 deputy sheriSi were sworn The militia regiment stationed here ia at the encampment near 400 miles Judge Kinneard therefore telegraphed Governor Perry at Olympia that the sheriff was unable to enforce the order of the and urging him to call upon Carlin at Fort Coeur for a company of United States There bus been no blood shed so but a bitter feeling exlBlaand grave fears are entertained that a conflict may occur tonight The franchise is a valuable as the railway leads to one of the most popular suburban additions to the A KlTer Heveals BAM June the body of a middle aged man was taken from the It was well and the pockets of the coat and trousers were filled with broken There were no signs of Loulia who lives at 88 College saya that at 9 oclock on Sunday Beusatlonal Suicide and June town vria thrown into a state of great excite ment tonight by thft suicide of a beauti ful young Miss daughter exCounty Judge Johu and the excitement was very much intensified when the father of tbe young lady took the pistol from the hands of the daughter and killed Professor Nothing ever occurred in this section which cast such a gloom over the The cause leading to the killing baa not yet been Professor Davis assumed charge of the academy at this place some time last He waa immediately here from Wake Forrest North and was a very fine looking man with considerable literary attain The preliminary trial of the killing will doubtless develop a knowl edge of the cause leading to the Ihe Chicago present indi cations it seems more than likely that be fore noon tomorrow every railroad en tering Chicago will be tied up for an In definite Ho far as the extent and features ot the strike of the Illinois Central trainmen are concerned today waa a repetition ot tbe twentyfour hours The time was taken up with Ion Rwinded con in which the Illinois Central representatives showed little signs of The final decision of the officials of the company IB to be given at 10 oclock in the Olmarron June We had a fine rain here last evening which lasted about two hours and did a great deal of good to growing The people are very much encouraged with the Reports from different parts of the county show a good yield of wheat and that the harvest is progresses The Rovanna cheese factory shipped from this place yesterday pounds of cheese to Roger ot Chi and receive therefor eight cents per amounting to This shows that there IB money in this coun try Uurder In June a was murdered at bis home in this county last night by Bob a Lawrence was sitting in his front yard by the Bide of his when Smith approached with a shotgun and shot him dead without a word of The murderer fled and has not been The men had a quarrel about a debt several days and Smith bad threatened to kill Lawrence if the money was not turn is reached with the pair still running ao close and steady that a blanket would have covered On the turn Murphy out a link on Salvator and the gallant ohesnut opens up the gap and his partisans shout that all is but Garrison begins to ride Look at Salvator go away I shouted the delighted backer of Hlgglns Garrison redoubled his but as they swept into the stretch Salvator boa three lengths the best of See him cornel See him cornel shouted the crowd as Tenny came up the center of the Soon the sounds of the Hying hoof beats could be heard the thousands in the grand stand by the the white Is riding like a devil and now the multitudes can aee him plunging the wicked spurs into the heaving Hanks of the willing brute With a bound the game oolt starts forward and as he does not collar the leader fast enough Garrison goes to the Up to this time Murphy had been sit ting like a but as Tenny began to gain slowly on the began to At the last furlong pole Salvator was two lengths in Garrinun was riding like a crazy Hn dug his spurs deep in TennyB Bides and the Hwish o his rawhide onfennys flanliu almost be beard above the frantic yells of the Inch by inch Tunny gained on Murphy redoubled hie exertion on the latter arid wua ridlog for all he knew but ride burd as he might Tenny still gained and a great Fatal Shooting KANSAS June John a colored porter in a started toward Willis also colored and employed by a with u knife In big In asaloon at the corner of Ninth and Delaware at 6 oclock this Allen fired four shots at three of w bich took one entering the heart and causing An old quarrel is given as the cause of the shooting Allen was A Bottle June Judge Baldwin decided yesterday that a cose ot beer at brought into the state Is tbe original not a single bottle taken from such The decision was made in the case ot Charles the bottle out of Graham baa appealed the case to the dis trict 8hot from June Informa tion Just been received from Stewart that the comtable who killed James Wallace some time ago in was shot from aajbuBb and killed near bis He was out on official and it is thought gome of Wallaces friends kijleo though there la no clue The ihenft and coronor went to the scene of the Bhemwell loaves a widow and four Sowa 810 us June the afternoon session of the state Republican conven tion McFarland of Em matt county waa nominated for secretary of The platform endorses the administra tion of President advocates the unlimited use of both gold and silver as protests against trusts and de clares against a compromise with the sa DIAZ It the Establishment of an Amer ican HAM June 25 dent Diaz of Mexico hoi dashed to the ground the hopes of the five million dol lar syndicate which intended carrying on a lottery business at Tia eighteen of San In Lower by vtolag the bill making it Planning for Nut June Ewing of the New York Brotherhood who has been here several left tonight to join his Ee said that an ar rangement would be made next season between the Asmocaltlon and Brother that no more conflicting dates would be and the League would be strong second Committed June daughter of Police Comuvjisioner Lillls ot Kansas took morphine last night and died tula Tbe girl came here a month ago with a variety compa which went to and then she a local variety about went that Tenny wins Garrison rode one of tbe grandest fln ishes ever seen on a race He fairly seemed to lift his mount to tha Twenty thousand people yelled like mad a the horses swept under tbe Dead beatl dsad beatl The shout went up as the horses beads went by the finish Salvator bud bow by the shortest of short and had the race been twenty yards further Garrisons magnificent riding would have landed Tenny a The record ot was beaten IK seconds and the judges hoisted the The other winners were Little Jim and Winners at June of todays races were Clamor and Minnesota June Prohi bition state convention to day adopted platform declaring for the total annihila tion of the liquor traffic for the of United States senators and president and vice president by a direct vote of the people for equitable railroad taxation tor woman suffrage aibtuary settle ments ot and declaring all ana trusts for tbe control of prices to be conspiracies against law and A state ticket was Weather June until 9 Fair continued high temperature southerly winds cooler Interstate Commerce the federal court today Judge Blodgett rendered hit de cision in the CAM of the United against certain executive officers ot the Michigan Central for violating the Inter state commerce law in carrying gram from Chicago to New York ht out WlcholM and riomers were found not guilty and were and Agent Sueetwoa fined and giyen ilxty dayi In wbich to pay the The WarslBtormjljl Vourtecn June Another frightful storm struck this city after mid night tliia the worst ia fourteen At least twentyfive bridges in the county were swept off and much live stock it reported The damage is estimated at fully All the railroads the Illi nois Central having 700 feet ot truk carriedoff near Trains ;