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   Hutchinson Daily News (Newspaper) - March 20, 1889, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTOHINSON WEDNESDAY MARCH i Large Nomber of Nominations Bent to the tthltolnw ef the Hew York to 1m Minister to The nomination Kuteno Dohyler an A Secretary of State tfho New General Superintendent of tin Hallway Mall Special Ben Commuted on Irrlaatlon to Make n Xonr nf the Territories In Atigtmt Nexi March Harrison today sent the following noml nations to the senate Andrew of the District o to be associate Juotled of thi supreme court of the District of Colum John of New be associate justice of tbe supreme court o the territory of New Mexico Frank of to be asso date justice of the supreme court of th territory of Whltelaw of New to be envoy extraordinary and minister pleni potentlary of the United States to France Julius of to be consul general of the United States at General Superintendent March Low rie who was yesterday appointed general superintendent of tbe railway mail is fifty years of age and was born in where he received his In his eighteenth year he entered the service of the Philadelphia Reading railroad company as a clerk in the freight A few years later he was promoted to assistant gen eral freight agent at After several years of efficient service be was again advanced to the position of genera He served in that capacity until when he was made the gen eral traffic manager of the Philadelphia Beading and served until f March when at the expiration of the receivership of the road he withdrew from its service and has since teen engaged iu looking after the railroad and coal interests of other He has always been a staunch republican in and en ters the postal fie i vice at tbe urgent per sonal solicitations of Postmaster General who has known him for many years and who admired him for his high personal character and His intimate knowledge of tbe details of railroad business renders his appoint rrient to the general superlntendency of the railway mail service one of peculiar He took the necessary oath late this afternoon and will enter upon his new duties tomorrow Army March follow ing or my orders have been issued from war department The unexecuted portion of the sen tence of a court martial is re mitted in tke case of Robert late private Tenth who was tried under ft charge of conduct to the prejudice of good order and military dis for giving false testimony be fore a garrison court martial and tbe prisoner will be released from confine ment Second Laurence Ninth is relieved from duty as a member of the general ceurt martial convened at Davis Island New York bar Richard is ap pointedfo act as inspector on certain quartermasters stores at tbe army and navy general Hot Charles hospital now ftt fort U transferred to Fott will be sent to that Private John hospital now at Fort is trans ferred to Fort and will be sent to that Private Eugene troop Third now with bis having en listed while a minor without will be Private J acnes Troop now witb bia troop at Fort Leaven is transferred to the hospital corps us a He is as signed to do duty at Fort Private Frank now with his battery at tbe Presidio of San is transferred to Troop Second and will be sent to Fort Private Walter Troop Seventh new with bis hav Ing enlisted while a minor without con will be Private troop Sixth now witb bis having en listed while a minor without will be Private Eugene battery Fifth now witb his battery at Fort will lie sent to Hot to enable him to enter tbe army aud navy general hospital at that Private Wallace troop Fourth now with his hav tag enlisted while a without con will be Second Julius signal hading been found Incapacitated foraoUreaervioe by an army retiring the extension of leave at absence granted him is further extended until further orders on account of The leave of absence granted First Frederick Fourth artll is extended two Andrew ordinance will proceed trow Proyi f to the South Boston iron on public ford on Apr 11 for esamina tlon with a view to selections for traasfe to the ordinance department Fire Lieutenant Fourth ar tillery Second Lieutenant Ben Third artillery Second Lleutenan John Fifth signal corps on duty at will be dls charged from the service of the States by the chief signal The March vice president announced the appointment o tbe following select committee on tin April centennial celebration in New York Senators Hoai Voorhees and Sherman called up the proposed amendment of the rule requiring resolu tlons that call for information from ex eoutlve departments to be referred to th appropriate He said tha the adoption of such a resolution withou Inquiry sometimes Involved very larg ana unnecessary and that such a change of tbe rule was Voorhees opposed the change o the He understood that no assen1 to it had been given on the democratic side of the He called atten tion to the fact that the government was within a few weeks of the oloslug of the first hundred years of Its history under the and during that century of national life no such rule as that now proposed had ever been found necessary Future secretary of the navy sent out yesterday the usual notice to members of congress who have vacancies at Naval to make their nominations of candidates who will be permitted to report on the IGth of May for There are now fortyseven vacancies and fortyone more will occur In one each of that num ber of cadets completing the six year Only one cadet is allowed to each con gressional and its representative has the aelectiorfof the The candidates nominated to fill the vacancies abova referred to must not be under fif teen nor over twenty years of age when they report for and must be actually residing iu the district from which were r March follow ing presidential postmasters have been appointed James Bradley at Wansen Ohio Charles McCoy at Ohio John Follows at 111 Lucy Bowers at Charles Everitt at Iowa William Car penter at Sarak Eattman at Iowa Frank Pi per at Iowa Edwin Shaw at Edward McGlacblin at Stevlns William Culver at Los Henry Bnyder at Ohio Adelman Andrews at Be Knom Nothing of attention of Senator Evarts was drawn this after noon to the published report from AI that be was considering the question of resigning bis seat in tbe sen and that he had been offered the mission to but bad declined it Tho senator said Nothing has been said by me respecting a retirement from the position I now As to the English a man cannot well re Fuse what has not been offered There is no authority from me for the publication of any such Army March follow army appointments have been made Ordinance Lieutenant Col onel Adlebert Bulfington to be colonel Major Jobeph Farley to be lieutenant colonel Otho Michael is to be Medical Jules Patsekl to be surgeon with rank of first regiment artillery First Lieutenant Jilbart Cotton to be captain Second Lieutenant Hunter to be first To Reclaim Desert March Stewarts special committee to invest gate the subject of irrigating and re claiming desert lands will enter upon that duty August meeting at Paul and proceeding at first to Tbe chairman expects that the trip will occu y about tlx and cover most of be Tbe commute includes Senators Gor and Jones of executive lesslou the Benate confirmed the follow ng nominations Ratbbone Gardner to le district attorney for Rhode Island Slbert Wild to be district attorney for Montana James of North Car and Alexander of New to be assistant surgeons in the ma ine hospital Dark and Brjr March error if a paragraph appropriating for lights and water for he public buildings was not included In he March Bar isoo Is suffering from a severe cold and was not allowed to see any visitors to Nomination March pregl ent today withdrew he nomination of Eugene Sobuyler to be assistant saoreta y of which was made on the 18th It Is learned that tbe committee OB orelgu after consideration ol ae asked the nomination be accompanyipg the t is with an intimation tberwlte it would bs Mtion was taken on account of upon the late Elihn re fleeting upon his official conduct whll secretary of together with reflec t long upon the Haminlstrntlon of Pros dent Grant and the and It 1 on account of chnrges affecting Mr Sehuycrsconilnct in Tllo Opening nf March dlscov cry that because of the omission of the emergency clause the president can no extend the land laws over Oklahoma un til after June 30 is perplexing the repre sentatives of the wouldbe colonists They see no way to get around The will make a suggestion to the admlnls tratlon that to relieve the presen suspense on the border the presiden shall issue a preliminary proclamation stating the exact date after the 80th o June when he will open the Creek am Seminole lands to settlement and estab llsh the land offices they will relieve the sltuition some in that it will let the intending set tiers know exactly what they will have to depend They say the delay will be a great because the set tlers felt certain the proclamation woulc be issued before April and hai made all preparations to put a crop on their claims this As it is now set tied by the law that the claims can not be taken up before July or as much later us the presidents proclamation may crops in Oklahoma this year are out of the There is notb ing for the intending settlers to do bu make this years crop in or wherever they may and wait patiently for the date to be fixed after June the president for entering Partlaan March of the matters considered the cabinet meet ing today was the case of an Illinois whose removal was askec by ono of the Illinois be cause of the postmasters political actir It was admitted by the congressman that the office was well and the matter was called to tho attention of the cabinet for the reason that the action taken in this case might constitute I precedent Postmaster Gsn eral Wanamalcer said to night that he did not feel at liberty to talk about what took place at the cabinet There is reason to that the result of the meeting was averse to the wishes of the Illinois bu it is not known whether or not any fixed line at action in cases of this kind was determined Bold Will ITububljr NKW March reporter ol the Sun this evening succeeded in getting a brief Interview with Reid on the subject of his nomination as minister to The fallowing is the substance of the information elicited I first learned of the nomination on returning this evening from Ophir West Chester on getting a copy of the evening Sun at the railway The nomination came without any solicita tion or effort on my bad not bean a candidate for this or any office and had made no effort for I am greatly honored by the and hope it may be thought also a compliment to the whose good opinion and honor I value more than any The natural pre sumption is that in case of confirmation by the senate a nominee for such an of fice will I shall certainly try to arrange my business so BB to do If I could not it would certainly be discourte ous in me to announce this to anybody else before I said it to the president who did me the honor to make the nomina General Paifteoirer NEW March semian nual meeting of the National association of general passenger and ticket agents was held to day at the Brunswick The first business of the meeting was the adoption of a new constitution and re vised set of The only important changes effected by this move was a change of name from the National to the American association of genera passen ger and freight chairman of the committee of accounting officers in a report asked for he adoption of two One providing that erroneous propor tions on ticket sales be checked within and the other that action be taken on the matter of exchange ticket so that a uniform rule be preva ent throughout the Both were referred to the executive In a communication from Carpeu of the Milwaukee Paul a resolution was placed before he meeting in which it was provided that dead bodies be hereafter carried by the express and net as passengers by the railroad This was also referred to the executive The election of officers resulted as fol ows Executive Busen Chandler and amen The next meeting will be held at At on the third Tuesday in AMunltcdcmthe tubllo HEAT March evening while the fourteeu earold daughter of Frank of was returning borne from iuging school with her younger brother o u an unknown man sprang ntothe dragged to the round and feloniously assaulted ce brother defended his tUter M well aa he breaking a lantern over the villains aud tUea be drove rapidly borne and give the Officers and itixens are searching eagerly tot the M Palmer one of the wealth and of tbe and the affair has caused intense A few minutes before the Miault on William J3amUtoo was attacked in nearly the same locality Mme but her screams him KANSAS Meeting of tho Cherokee Live Stock Chief Mnrcs the Cattle Men Thnt Their SJmll Conduct of Cvlotert Oklahoma Uoomera Iu the Tlolnlly nt Gd Complete LlMt nf the Ap Made at the liarncd Senalon of the Sentiment Baunnn Kplfiropat 01 March annual meeting of the Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association was called to or der at two oclock this afternoon by Pres ident chief of the made an address in which he assured the members of the association that they need have no fears in JJregard to retaining possession of the That they had leased it for five and there Was nothing that could remove them as long as they paid their After his speecb an opportunity was given all those desiring to ask the chief Among the questions asked was his opin ion in regard to the Cherokee commis to which he replied That will amount to All they will do is to come down here and have a good We will not sell for one dollar ami twen tyfive cents per Another asked what they would do If he soldiers attempted to remove to which Mayes It will be an easy matter to stop If the soldiers attempt to put you all that will be necessary is to serve an injunction on Another asked what will we do with the boomers Mayes replied We will take care of the You stay with us and we will stay with At tbe conclusion of Minesspeech Snider made a motion that the chitf be made an honorary member of the as which was carried without a dissenting President Hewins then presented the situation as being the most favorable in the history of tbe The board of directors are in session To morrow the regular election of officers will take Notwithstanding tbe brave front put on by the good stock can be bought for a great deal less than a few months THIS CONFKKtMOE Appolntmeuta filude uy the Southwest AlothodUtEplaoopal March Tbe Methodist conference elided its ses sion here The session through out has been a very successful The visitors were royally onertained by the The following appointments were made Garden City be supplied to be supplied Francis Goodrich Beaver Reser to be sup plied Charles Brown Cool supplied by Craig Robinson Dodge Rose EQ to bo supplied Eminence and supplied by Simons Fow er and Osborn Shaw Garden Morris Ham ford to be piled by Westwood sup plied by Bradley Jet Ham in Smith Johnson Aaborg Cnld well Waldo Van Wige to be supplied Tull supplied by Arendorff Charles West Ness Davis supplied by lUndle to be supplied Mills Santa to be supplied Williams John Crouch Jonathan Zook to be supplied Irviu Puiliam Lase and Edwin MacUuraey left without to attend one of the Larned pre siding older Richard Davidson supplied by Hestwopd Gannswayj Joseph JHop kins William Eilln ilontgomery Frederick Jornstorf Great Watson Frank PitUlo Welson Granville Lowther Little Miller Lust Egukll Rubicane Auher Ebngut Mciaureoa cir Alicuh Dixouj iuiieartj Marlon Wilbur Clark Pawnee supplied by fertile Hush supplied by Walker foxier oterliug supplied by Newtau presid ug elder An McMillan oupplieU by MoKlnney Ab bolt supplied by John bonders loom Cuuse El Do James Hall Cuarles Javia Charles Woude Bat Voombe sujiplleU y Hammoud First King North church hoburn Itiohatd Euglo supplied by Kirk Patrick il Archer a tlagway David Vauguudy to be supplied ward It Williams Surris South supplied by Buoklee Dal by Bpencur Bulllgar Adolph Hoffmann supplied by Valley OenttTi Van undy ileury left without ibpolnmeat to tend One of our Wipfleld ft pre Jgnfleldi w QMWT Akin Attica and William Hayes Anderson A Cluckner to be supplied Cold Woodward Conway Spriflgs Harvey Lundj LahrFree Charles Mann Oenda Springs David Francis Olllain and Frank O Fay Lake City to be tup rilled by Roberts W linker Maple Lincoln Abornathy Medicine Robert Bartlorff Nescatunga and Francis Woodward John Holmes Oxford Bnrnn Portland supplied by Knight Bouth Haven Romine Hart ley Wellington Samuel Price Wellington supplied by Long First nine Second Vuughton Newton Porter John president Southwestern Kansas college John Jonathan Bllck nod Ban ner left without appoint ment to attend one of our Wichita presid ing elder An supplied by Baker Augus Kttrton Bell Beach John Miltsh James Pracht James lr wine Barton supplied by Albert Uummings Stephen Brink Douglass cir to be supplied Cyrua Nusbaum OConnor to supplied luka and Hendrick son David Brown Mount George Irwin Pollard Jasper toward John Davis Rod ingson to be supplied Bouth Robb to be sup plied College Phil lips Dodge Tull Emporia Richards First to be supplied North to be sup plied John Woods and Charles Woodson left without appointment to attend one of uur Resitted the March squad of boomers on the week east of here re slated Lieutenant Carson and the troops yesterday In their attempt to remove Pistol shots were fired Und cluba were No one was seriously though Arnold and both were severely beaten on the head with revol William Adams made his The others were bound with ropes and wrought where they are held under Lieutenant Carson received eeveral slight though none of them are oii8ldered This young officer is performing efficient service and is showing much discretion in the per formance of his lAwloae OKUDA March day morning tlie cattlelnon along the border for a great distance on the Chero kee strip awakened to find their fences all On Sunday night the work of destruction was and it Is thought the corrals and other property will go It is thought this s doni In retaliation for the driving out of boomere from the Creek and Semlnole ceeded The people here and at Arkansas City are quiet and seem deter mined to stand loyally by the law and residential They f the law abiding are kept out all others should so that all may have au equal chance in the selection of AH Quiet In Marok Times spe cial from Oklahoma City reports every ihing quiet there this The United States troops are still driving out the The only foundation to the report this afternoon to a conflict between the soldiers and the invaders is that Lieutenant Carson was knocked down by a boomer the of fender being at once The Kan sas United mates attorney has no juris ilctlon over that territory be ng In charge of the United States attor ney at Fort MethadlHt Student nigh March col lege is the leading Methodist Prostestant nstitutlon la this The reputa for decorum which it sustains was badly shattered last night in connection with the junior by a row which for a time made things Fol owlng the opening prayer a shower of burlesque programs was sent flying among the crowded The first an organ was ren lered by older concealed in the instrument and under be blowing Four ofll era were summoned by Then he lights were put out and in the melee Olllcar Payne was struck on the bead with a cane and Henry Lards lifted over he bannisters and dropped fifteen feet o the floor Cayenne pepper and ilsul pbide of carbon were also thrown at lie officers and scattered in the One offender was arrested and fined ten after amid discom the plucky juniors completed their Tbu Shah and the March Persian government has formally engaged to rant no railway concessions without onsulting The Shah U willing o concede to Russia the right of navl atmg the rivers flowing into the Cas ian but is not willing to accede to be other demands of u Commercial March budget iebate resumed this afternoon by who delivered an ultra oyal mat with applause rom the government but was reeted with derisive cheers from the theriideQf the Cookburn firm believer1 in national policy of irotection aud U opposed to schemes for unrestricted reciprocity or commercial instituted to show that viiloui piov aces of Canada enjoying greater prosperity than the various statei of the He said the decline In land values In New York state from 1870 to 1880 was while Ontario In the name period experienced an Increase of He averted that three quarters of the number of farms in New York state was Americas alleged he lived only for boodle und he had nothing kind to tay about the All the Americans wanted wiw to get trade of Canada and give nothing in llnlU the March The Tima announces that It will not support the ticket nominated by the republlaan city convention of republl In Music to nominate a It says the men who have sought to rule the republican party by of an oathbound organization controlled this convention and nominated the It says the selfrespecting ropubll cans have rights and thnt it is time they assorted their independence of gutter politicians nithln the Killed March The Triliuntt special says manager of the Anaconda Hardware of who came In on yesterdays com mitted suicide by shooting himself through the in the Hotel this to The bullet went through his head and was picked up three feet alj flattened The theory at present is that lost considerable money by and in a fit of despondency killed Blaped with K ThlrteonXearOIil March Joseph a young man of bad last week eloped with the thirteenyearold daugh ter of a well known and they were married In Asbbys present wife Is Stultzs She is not blamed and is prostrated by ler brothers The Jlttle girl re turned home and informed her Ashby started in search of but he cnuld not be Stultz Is belivort to iave Ashby will have the marriage A llrUlBlitiiKnocked SAN March A glove contest between Jimmy formerly of and San of Eug took place tonight in the rooms of the California athletic The men weighed 183 pounds Young Mitchell and McDonald was Blake ocks and Sam Fltzpatriek and Tom Meadows acted for Hiram Cook was Blakelock was knocked out by Carroll in the fifteenth Much Emons Blame enters the swrieeof the Virginia entrul as assistant to the and It will be his duty to look after the roads truffle President Davis confirms the Associ ated Press recent dispatches that Presi dent Harrison will occupy a cottage at 3eer Park this Raking In the March Jeffer son Davis writes to William of this denying the state ments recently made that the officials of the late confederacy meditated a union of church and Davis further itites that the cabinet was always made up of divers religious Bavlny Maroh Dar who was arrested at last for on complaint of a ormer wife from was found at his home last night a raving with gashes in his head which were certainly made by an He will There is no A Hill BAY March Bmlth located on the west side of the two miles below this wo a destroyed by fire this on mill and on salt blocks and Two million feet of owned bv East Saginaw parties and val ued at was also The Union Pacific March The ques tion of removal of the Union Pacific di vision headquarters from this plane to Junction City will not be decided until the government inspectors make an In vestigation of the mam hue and branches and which will be in A Ciuua March 19 In the house of lommons today the Right James secretary of foreign that certain serious questions iptween England and the sultan of Mor occo bad not been settled and that a nor ion of the British channel squadron had gone to Cork fiwkeri March Charles North 83 and 84 North Market the econd Urgent pork packing firm this ide of made an assignment to The liabilities cannot yet be but will probably Suit for BT March has sued Chandler or property valued at over Chandlers title dates from 1863 and was ecelved from the government Spauld ngs claim dates from Trpbold Vever ID March A Wilkee special gays Forty caset ol ypbold fever are reported In Luzerne Physiclani a second Ply mouth epidemic is March A Cam bridge ipeoUl to UM Swiwl were Kud at W vtntony tmouut lug to tWrtyOM HIS CHASE An Australian Sleuth Hoond Cor ralled in A Wronged Trncklnir Faithless Sentenced for BnrgMrr ofTotn Ihn Dry OootU Who Hnttlvtmr knrt Trnmp A rennftylTnnlft Wetldlnv Which the Brlila f flat Hat Uid Hot Stop Orlmee March Berniche was arraigned in a police court this mointng charged with having been caught in the act of stealing a box of carpenters To the magistrate he told the following story which he de clared to be true as gospel Thirteen years ago I left Germany for South Aus I had a good wife and five as pretty children ever man was blessed I had some money and I pnt it into a sheep ranch and was very and In four years I had aa big ranch aa any in my and was worth not far from It seemed that I was too happy and it could not The first misfortune that came to me was the loss of three of my chil who died within a of Aus tralian The blow had hardly it before the other two were taken from me in the same The wanderer stopped short iu his narrative and wiped the tears from his he began that is not With the loss of my darlings went my wifes She began to bato and I began to go I One day I woke up and found thut 1 was My wife was but not Worse than she had ulopcd with a man whom I thought to be my dearest friend on I was driven tb desper I sold my farm at a sacrifice and started in I hired a detective and we tracked them to San The rest of the story U not worth much Tor I have not caught them I hunted them from town to lost the almost had them at but they slipped At Boise was compelled to dismiss my as my money was running From iherel followed tho guilty pair through Montana into Dakota and then down to I was on the point arresting when they slipped laving bribed the officer who was after them and aa I thought coma In I was mis taken as they went to When I got here I was penniless and it was to get money to continue the pursuit I stole the 1 would have cornered i Of 8Up give up the Im ruined and I guoss Im nearly The court thought it would be a mercy to send the man to the Bridewell as he seemed to be on the verge of Be fined Bernlcke and the Austra lians chase JTAIKTED BBINO Xhe Brlden Slokneu Hot Stop Weddtec In March Wil of and Miss Fannie of this were united in marriage the residence of the brides WlUUm 78 Barney Wednesday Hiss Robinson was taken very ill just be fore her The young lady was put to bed and restoratives but she suffered great The guests be gan to arrive and everything was in readi The groom weg and the who resides at drove The ceremony had been poned ouoe before on account of the lirlde becoming ill A consultation was held between the Miss Kobinson and her and it was resolved to have the wedding go A number of the young ladles agreed to dress the and after two hours work this was Then she was carried down btairain the arms of her brother and the wedding ceremony was proceeded The bride was seated in a supported by her while the groom Blood by her Just before the ceremony closed she but strong restoratives were applied and the closing words of the service said In the midst of She was then carried up stairs in an almost unconscious condition by her husband and put to The wedding dinner was served Oriflln is reported as much better to and no doubt will soon be able to go on the postponed wedding TUB WOMANCEOKIOM Being De Became Chuu Murderer and March in the woods at the headquarters of the Penobtcot there has just died ayounn with a romantic His name was Tom and a few years ago be WM clerk in a big Chicago tils lanoed jilted him and be left He drifted west and finally landed in where he robbed a man of began gambling with And in two weeks had to his The next pluca WM known WM In aud there he became identified with the worst gang of and outlaws in the By dcgreea he be gin to pick up money undl be struck another streak of in one month be had more to tils credit Three times his usocUMc aweppied U tob but two cl tfcem down by htm in hand to finally be njuandered bis Us wandered across tie country a found with the Penobwot fts was witb the wbo got tau story froqj him by and there WM grast sorrow when Tie Tfcoy Ulm Too wpuld touch a drop of   

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