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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Advertise your Business IN THE OAILY PJEWSI HUTCHINSON It will Pay You to Your Business In The DAILY THURSDAY MAY READY FOR THE The McKinley Tariff Bill Passed By a Party Few Minor AmciicimeDtB in tho Measure Reported From and Means rates of taxation upon imported Democratic applauee The resolution was naya Republican The bill was then nays amid applause on both sides of tho the Democratic applause being derisive in its The following is the detailed vote HOG I Browne ot lieVlftvon Dollivur The Senate Consideration of the nllvcr HI V blch li Laid A aide to Take TJp the Amendment to the Interstate Commerce Law States to the Importation and Bale of May house went into committee of the Grosvenor of Ohio In the on the tariff Baker of New York offered an providing that all articles on importation into the United whether embraced in the free list or shall be subject o and pay no ejs a rate of duty than is or may be im posed by the country of export on like articles exported into the United This amedment he said was in the inter est of good government Anderson of Kansas opposed the amendment on the ground that it would nlftoo it the power o the Canadian gov to regulate the tariff of the nlted For an hour and a half before noon the committee ot the whole was a perfect No respect was given to tho rules and no attention was paid to the recognition ot the chairman ana uproar was the order of the At noon the committee rose and reported the bill to the The previous question on tbe engross ment and third reading of the bill and its was ordered by a vote of yeaa nays Coleman of Lou slana and Featherttone of Arkansas were the only Republicans voting in the and Adams of Illinois and Butterworth of Ohio refrained from Tbe following pairs were an nounced Peters and Cornell and Walker of Gram and Heed ot Iowa and and Payeon and By a vote of yeas nays the I bouse agreed to the amendment which I embraces Russian hair In class three of the woolen Farquhar of New York protested i upon the amount of protection glvou to and Bliss of Michigan charac erizefl tho bill as the best measure that had ever been presented to i During this bilef discussion the house f lh The demands of the for order were The Ktrere and each speaker arose was greeted with call louder vith he chairman used his best endeavor cure but he was absolutely un to quell the In the midst of the hour of noon j accordance with tbe special rule and without a vote being reached the comrnit and reported the bill to the McKinley demanded the previous inflation on the bill and The Democrats demanded the yeas and bays and trie previous question was Allen of Andereonof Fnnston Atulnaon of Henuomon of Kerr of T H llnchananof La Candlerof Clarke of Cooper of Cnlbertatra of ONeill of Smith of Smltb of W 8 ewart of Tayiorof Taylor of K n Taylor J It Van Walkerof Wallace of Wallace of N Wheeler of morning instructed Carlisle to offer li the house at the proper a motion to recommit the tariff bill to the ways and means with Instructions to report back n bill reducing taxations from existing Of course it is not expecteiUUit the motion will but the purpose of its submission is to place the Democratic members on record as endeavorlnz to carry out the views contained in the national A Now Dock at May favorable re port was ordered today by the senate naval committee upon the bill to provide for the construction of a dock at The cost of the dock is limited to May senate confirmed the nomination of John Jackson assistant treasurer of the United titates at San News and Gossip Gathered About the Sunflower Abundant Ruing Create a Health State of Affairs In the Wont em Conn Wilsonof Brecklntldgei Paynl OPINION OF WILLIAM He la like a at and emcUlng of May today pub lished nearly two columns of Bismarck iaa maxima communicated by one ef Prince Bismarcks intimate who never before was entrusted with inter preting to the world the thoughts of the ex Figaro prints Prince Bis marcks utterances without changing a Following are some of the more striking remarks of the Speaking of the emperor be says I pity this young Be is like a young hound un chien de chasae that barks at that smells every that touches and that ends by causing complete disorder in the room in which he no matter how large it may I think he the Em peror William is the victim of current which he might have curbed II 161 que Cole N C II N Y W by reign of tranquil in tho beaten and by allowing Germany to enjoy the advantages gained in If one stone is moved all the other stonea of the edifice will and a disintegration will ensue that nothing can I am ca pable of neither astonishment nor These are the sentiments of The emperor is not influenced by anyone he is the result of a current that sweeps him is a personal vanity in what he The emperor thinks only of snaking and Proceedings In Meeting ofthe Grand Lodge of the of r jthlM at TopekarAn Important Boclnl Event at MoPhertonPolitics IB the Sixth Conuressloiml of the M and Stockholders at Panoai by Lightning GABDKN cool for the season but very nice little showers occurring every other Prospects for small grain and corn ust coming up Is as good as could be if they will only con tinue so throughout the The ditches are all full of water running bank giving farmers an excellent opportunity to thoroughly saturate the ground where this is not already the Everything is truly lovely The Methodist Episcopal pastor is professor of theology in the Dodge Jity Theological c He boa beau absent thare several weeKB delivering the tlosing lectures of the Tomorrow is commencement which closes the term for the sum Professor Bamford is an unusually well well informed student and cun give his pupils all the necessary points in their future holy The Methodist minister has ceased to be a graduate ot the college that the old pioneer Peter Oartwright boasted so much The Dodge City school offers unusual chances to those wishing to avail them selves of They are cheap goodness when the professors are said to work for nothing and find them District court convenes hero on the 28th Judge Abbott Our Democratic postmaster still holds the For some reason the confirm ation of the Republican still hangs fire in the and he has gone on to Washington to see about Your new postmaster was ap Kansas and Texas railroad was held here The following board of directors was elected Joel Free Gate Simon Samuel Henry Poor and Maynard all of New Demauor Dynes of Holland Cross of Em McDonald of Lee dark of Parsons Thompson ot and Waldo of The lease of the Kansas City and Pa cific for ninetynine years was The newly elected board of directors will meet Hay 27 in New York to organ ize by the election of The Knlghta ol May of the Grand Knights of Pythias of the state of were elected today as follows Past Grand Oar away of Great Grand HaUowpll of Grand Wal ker of Grand Scott of of Bprague of Osage brand Keeper of the Records Kansas Grand Master at Copelond o McGrath of Llnd Garrettson of Man The next annual encampment will oc cur at and a member of the firm of railroad intractors of Kilpatrlck a my A dispatch was received from m today nt the companys headquarters this city statins that he wan alive and ell He has not been Utah for some There is a rail ed contractor named but reply to an inrjuiry he telegraphed thst e Is The origin of tho dispatch sporting Collins death la a A Tioiist or iiKivnr Dtaitonon Meeta Her Recreant Bui bnncl and Dram Bend In Hli NEW May Florence the wife of exJudge Mas irsnnof died suddenly bis evening at the Grand Union arkavenne and Fortysecond Masterson arrived In the city on Wednesday isit an of Louisiana and Featherstono of voted with the Democrats and Adams of and Butter worth declined to The amendments were read in first amendment on which a sepa rate vote woe demanded was one chang KIR the phraseology of the tinplate It was adopted br the narrow iargin of yeas nays The next vote was equally but Jais time the Democrats worn he amendment fixing the duty on jute at cents being defeated yeas nays The following Republl B voted with the Democrats Ander of Taylor of Da Henderson of Buy Kerr and fhe duty as now fixed by the bill is 30 jjjjr The next amendment to be voted en bs that bringing Russian camels hair class three of the wool fas agreed to yeas nays The amendment providing that the ity on woolen and worsted yarns valued not more than 30 cents per pound shall times the duty Imposed on a pound f unwashed wool of the flmclass and per ad valorem was u nays The bill now Cxes the duty at twice the nty on the unwashedwool of tbe first s and 85 per cent ad he amendment providing that on len and worsted and all manu uresof wool and worstek not other vlse pirovided for valued at not more CO cents per pound there shall be Imposed a duty of three times the duty Imposed on a pound of unwashed wool pf the first class and the present ad valo m was 144 nays Is leaves the duty at twice the duty unwashed wool and 4 per cant ad Republicans who acted with the Ptmocrats on the wool and worsted amendments were Anderson of Kan Feath Henderson of Kerr ot Sween and Taylor of I The amendment to the paragraph im 1 posing a duty of SO per ad valorem on all manufactures of silk uot specially provided providing all such manufac tures of which wool or hair of the goat or othnrllke if a component shall be classified as manufac tures of was agreed nays The vinegar amendment adopted last night in committee of tbe whole was agreed 164 This was the last and the engrossment and third reading of the bill having been Carlisle of Jftttucky offered the following amend That the pending bill be re U committed to the committee on ways and means with instructions to report the same back to the house at the earliest possible so by substitute or as to reduce tbe revenue of the by reducing tbe burdens ot injteadX reduq Tite speaker appointed Taylor o Stewart of Vermont and Bland as conferrees on the antitrust The house then THE May vice presi dent presented a communication from sergeantatarms of the sen tendering his resignation of the offlce to take effect on June Laid on the Wilson of made an effort to have the bill relating to the liquor im ported into prohibition states taken up aud considered but he was forced to yield to the prior claim of the silver which was then taken and on which Stewart proceeded to address the senate in favor of the The silver bill was on motion of Wilson of laid aside and the bill in relation to liquor impound into prohibitory states was taken Evarts argued in support of the bill and in answer to constitutional objections argued against it he asserted that whatever state police regulations can be exercised within a state are outside of the jurisdiction of the general govern ment Even if such regulations could It be reduced or It was not with in the province of the general govern ment to take them and execute There was nothing higher or greater or more important or more essential than the recognition within a state of its abso lute police The police regu lations of a state could not be bombarded undercover of the exclusive power of congress over Wilson of read a telegram published in todays papers as to the ac tivity ot the original package business in Des Molnes and said that the bill was KANSAS May special to the Star from Topeka says At the meet ing of the grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias this the grand chancel lor in his report states that he had issued dispensations for the organization of twentytwo new lodges during the The report of the grand master of ex chequer showed that the receipts were leaving balance The order has now Among the recommendations that the grand chancel lor made was that a committee of three be appointed to present to the next an nual convention a revised Mvatto May The An Mustnt Use Convict May local paper saya The report of the special committee to the trade and labor assembly on convict labor will result in legal proceedings against the warden of the state penitenti The investigation of the committee was made on the complaint of members of the assembly against a Chicago firm for the employment of convict The harness makers have already en gaged a lawyer and will begin action immediately on the basis of the informa tion pointed a month after Pitts and bus already been The exact na ture of the snag encountered is not known here and all hope it will soon be tbe accom plished superintendent of tho United States experimental farm delivered a very interesting lecture recently on This is a little but nMm aged to have lots to say about It of tt very interesting especially OS It was very flattering to He thorcjngbly monstrated the fact that sandy countries were always rich and and that the dwellers therein were always hon orable and high No one who has not been fortunate enough to have heard Professor would imagine so much could be said about such a eandy The Pawpaw colonel has at last ceased his Inharmonious and vociferous brayings against your much to the relief of an agonized and distressed com who hope he will dry up and stay BO for The new flour mill is just having the roof put and gives every promise of being ready fot business in time for the new The boiler and engine bos arrived and a portion of the other ma Candidates are plentiful considering the coat of two To get Into the Republican primary five dollars each clent Arabic Order ot the No bles of the Mystic Shrine gave sn ele gant reception to night in honor of th visiting Arabs and their To morrow night the regular work of thi Shriners will take place in the templi A Barn May barn o Louis Llntz on Brush wan burned by lightning lost night Six horses per Loss Tbe heavy rains over Pottowatamie and Wabaunsee counties have saved tbe which there is a large acreage State May State Pharmaceutical Association made a tou of the city this morning over the full ex tent of the electric twentynln This evening a grand promenad concert was tendered Representatlv t Deadly May a prominent ranchman of tb was struck by lightning yeaterda and instantly The remains wl be sent to York state for The deceased leaves a wife and two to from The this object of city was her to The May the Pres byterian ganeral assembly today reso lution urging congress to paes the bill now before it for an irvestigation of the effects of intoxicating liquors was A resolution asking congress to pass an amendment to the interstate com merce bill that will enable the states to prohibit or restrict the liquor was referred to the committee on Original PaokaseB In May original package business has begun Yes terday a car arrived at the Maine Central station containing five barrels and a large number of sixteen gallon kegs of beer consigned to a local who took them to bis store without any interfer ence ot the The dealer says the New Hampshire whence he obtained the has agreed to assume all costs of any test intended to meet the new condition which had Hiscock opposed the Raying that the vice of It was that it might be used as a means of protection to the brewers or distillers of one state as against the brewers und distillers of other The bill was laid aside without action and after an executive session the senate Protection for the May Win dom today signed the sailing order of the revenue cutter now at directing that she sail im mediately to Alaska and then to cruise diligently in Bnhring sea for the purpose of warning all persons against entering such waters for the purpose of violating section of the revised statutes and arresting all persons and seizing all ves sels found to be or to have been eniraged in violation of the laws of the United States According to the it is un derstood that all vessels found violating the law will be dismantled and deprived of all means of further Their logs and all skins are also to be seized and preserved as evidence against With the exception of certain details as to the enforcement of tbe there no change in the general policy of the government on this Democratic Tae Democratic ys and means comuilt consultation this The Sale NEW May and Bel who represent the control of the 3t Louis and San stated the formal announcement of the sale of the control of the road will probably not be made before President Wlnslow of the Louis and San Francisco saya that he will re tire tram the presidency ot the road in about three must be paid to three Then the committee wants ten dollars more for so called and if you emerge from that threshing machine alive twen tyfive dollars more must be put up by each man for the Great is isnt it You bee it A Literary and Unilcal May Monday composed of the following named regular mem viz The Misses Addie Stella Julia Valorie Pat Mary May Myllie Allie Marie Miller and Jeff EL Todd and Profes sor with Mesdames Mo Ludlum and Miller and Kelley as honorary have been holding a series of readings of various English authors through tho The Breiren in May National Brew ers Association met here President Hill in his annual address said am glad to be able to state that our trade and our interests as brew ers are in a more hopeful state than they were a year You will learn from the reports to be read to you that by no means has the time come when we can relax on vigilance for a moment for what our opponents have lost in infiu ence with the people direct as shown by all recent elections where prohibitory laws was submitted to the people they are trying to regain in Washington by the introduction of bills which are intended to accomplish through national channels what tbe people of the states have refused to One of the most important reports read was that of the board of In its report the board says There never was a time in the whole history of the associa ion when so many attempts have been made to injure the brewing industries by means which do not require the sanction of the people and would not obtain it if they could be submitted to a The bill for the appointment of a com mission for the investigation of the liquor iraulc has been adversely To Becelve the Oovernnr With a May formerly of Indiana and Okla homas first is expected to ar rive here accompanied by his staff and the other state Great ave an understanding her hua who obtained unpleasant notoriety hrough a shooting affair which took ilace in the apartments of Alice She sent for her husband to and see her at the but he did not do She then called to see her to see if he could not bring about a She returned to the hotel at oclock and as she stepped off the elevator fell dead in his Death was caused by heart Hastersou is he and owns mines at Mex co and at Masterson wag 88 years Alice with whom ttasterson had the is a well cnown frequenter at the race Her parents live in Army May orders Tirst ordnance will proceed from the Wa orvhet West to the Continental iron on public business in connection with the manufacture of a teninch disap pearing and on completion of this duty will rejoin his proper First Lieut Stephen Twen tythird infantry will be relieved from recruiting duty at by the superintendent of the recruiting service and will then proceed to join nls com David company Tenth now with his troop at will be sent to the Hot to enable him to enter the army and navy general hospital at that reporting upon his arrival to the Burgeon in charge of the Carey will be relieved duty at Alcatroz and will proceed to Fort and relieve Ordnance Sergeant Joseph Klrby of bis duty at that reporting upon his ariival by letter to CapL Frederick corps of engineers Southern and the commanding division of the Governors Ordnance Sergeant upon being will proceed to this report ing upon his arrival to the adjutant general await orders for retirement Private Jobn troop Second now at Fort trans ferred to troop Fourth Two years of the sentence wan re mitted in tbe case of John late pri vate band Slzth now in the Leavenworth military Ordnance Hergeant Christian upon his own placed upon the retired A BOLD Plan to Inaugurate a Revolution In Lower Publicity Given to the Details of the Scheme by a The Authority of Mexico to Have Been an Independent KatabllMied with a View to Annexation bT the TJnlled Mrndtoate of BrltUh Land tan AmrelM and fun Back of the SAN May Chroni cle this morning devotes four columns to give complete details of an alleged con spiracy to capture Loner California and to found an independent to be followed by annexation to the United The revolutionists claim to in volve several prominent capitalists inter ested in Lower California lands and and well known citizens of LOB Angeles and San which latter city appears to have been the headquarters of the The general outline of the it la claimed is for the Claimed Land and Oolinazation composed of wealthy owning conces sions on the to place in the touda of the well known Ban Diego capi talists to be used in advancing the Interests of the The large ware house of an English company at Ensenada was to be tilled with amunition and provisions for the use of toe The officers of the English corporation claimed that the policy of the Mexican olllcials in Lower California has been ru inous to the land interests of the wmch has been obliged to expend thou sands of dollars in protecting its and the salvation of the city itself de pends upon the annexation of Lower Cal ifornia to the United A lobby has bean working at Washing ton in the companys but as the prospects of the congressional actions were unfavorable a nlibunturing expedi tion was fixed Two propositions were One was to capture i hw other was to introduce a large number of Amer icans on the peninsula ostensibly ns rail road laborers to capture the Mexican manofwar Democarta and at the same time given a picnic in honor of the Ilex lean officials and in the midst of the fes tivities capture the garrison and seize the roads and Simultaneous uprisings at the Alamo and the Juana were to take Several meetlpgs in March and April were held by the projectors of the expe At one of these the facts became kaowu to Wbnn the peninsula had been seized a provisional government was to be de clared on or about August and martial law was to be The land of the peninsula was to be and after a peaceful order of things had been secured negotiation for annexation to the United States would The names of the projectors ore given and the treasurer of the a wealthy resident of is said o be A SmoothTongaed May 21An individ ual calling himself Clifton has been here for some time and has been ad vertising a lecture on Seven Yeara in an Insane pretending that the pro coeds were for the benefit of Yankton President Bradley of the col lege is out in a card denouncing the fel low as a and states that Clifton was never authorized to obtain funds for the Clifton is said to have left the Walters on a A Colored Man May col reporter of the Boston was yesterday unanimously elected a member of the Boston Press He is probably the first colored man elected to an incor porated white mans club in Teamou has been connected with the Globe about a BxptlaU In May second of the series of Baptist meetings began here this morning when the American Baptist society convened in annual There was a very large The George pastor of the Imman ual this delivered the ad dress of The Santa yeIrlaeo May papers com pleting the AtchUon and Louis and Santa Fe negotiations have been The Atohison people here say that no official announcement of the will to nude until ovary detail It night closed its years work with a liter ary and musical entertainment and re ception at the residence of Numerous invitations bad been issued to friends of the members and a large collection of the rank and wealth of the was In The program was opened with a piano solo by and continued with readings by Miss Myers and Miss Bom song by Miss talk on beoks by paper on Venice by viohn solo by Miss flute solo by recitation by Mies Heitz and with piano solo by Miss The selections were all rendered and were attentively lis tened to by an interested A good social time was indulged in by all and every one present expressed them selves as well entertained and highly gratified by the hospitality of the To Beat Hay a regular meeting of the Ash Park Alliance Rooks at which members were present bom the coun ties of Smith and it was unanimously decided to place the name o Capt Osborne of Osborne before the Alliance and people as a candidate tor congress from tho Sixth congressional and KANSAS May special from says The annual meet lag of the stockholders at the preparations nave been made for his re ception and he will be welcomed in a manner befitting his office and the occa Large delegations have already ar rived from the principal cities in the ter ritory to participate in the A unique feature of the reception will be the participation in It of delegations Horn Toe and Iowa tribes of May hotel waiters have made a demand for an Increase of The Llndel met the demand at The Southern effected a tempo rary the La Clede stood The waiters are not generally but they evince a strong disposition to stand by each other in this and it IB expected that there will be a general strike Tried to Crucify May hun dred worshippers at Vespers in Marks Roman Catholic church at the other noticed that a fine look ng young moved from one pew to another until he had reached the seat directly in front of the was lab oring under nervous He was Curraaof Toecongre gatiou was astonished when he entered the incloQure in front of the altar placing Ills hand on one of the arms of a large wooden cross in the attempted to drive ft nail through his palm with a stone be had brought with He had partially succeeded before Father Von dergrif t could atop Curran told lib trinnds that he wished to serve and that he was willing to oiler himself 03 a Sacrifice to the He is about 28 years of and has worked in several of the large mills in Hia family today cald that his band was not seri ously injured and that he was resting luane With KANSAS May special says John Bowden went home drunk last night He wss ealous of his wife and drawing a revolver he told her to prepare to She ran from the room to the adjoining apart ments of and H7 Bowden followed discharging fte revolver as he One of the bullets struck Honey in the inflicting a dangerous Bowden fired again at his she screamed as if hit and he then ran out of the house and placing the muzzle of the revolver in his mouth committed Bowden was not Wheat Tleldl May or five breaks occurred today in the Union Island flooding the new reclama tion About acres will be onehalf of Is in The breaks are in the levee which has been watched carefully for several weeks at an expense of ten or twelve thousand Hatttcwl by May special iged to clearly CJnuued by on May morning a large force of men who were at the long snow a mile and a half eait of Emi grant snow and repairing the were overcome by an avalanche of snow which crushed ISO feet of the heavily timbered shed and carried the men down the hillside some eicaped serious though several were badly out and to the Appeal says Grant was taken from the court room where he was being tried fer attempted rape upon a 18yeatold and hanged to the nearest His guilt was BUuourl May eighth an nual convention of the Womans Chris tian Temperance Union of met here Clara Hoffman presi dent m the District reportr were read showing that the cause was pros perous in all parts of the The Fair May executive com mittee of the worlds fair today elected kyman Gage Thla action places him in the position Gage Is vicepresident of First Na tional bank of Toe Story Waa All May dispatch from says the reported nturde In Utah of Collins of New York An Entertaining May conferencs be tween the Cherokee commission and the Iowa Indians was abruptly terminated Chief Too in behalf of the declined the governments pro position to buy their lands for pec acre and to allot to Indian in sever ally 100 Commissioner Jerome then attempted to argue with the Indians and set forth the benefits that would re sult from the acceptance of the He was in the midst of bis argument when the chiefs deliberately arose and stalked from the The commissioners will attempt to renew negotiations to An Orerdote of EL May Fort Benjamin troop Seven teenlh who has been missing since last was today found dead in the brush near an old ice A bottle containing a small quantity of laudanum proves beyond a doubt that death was caused by an He was this Water In May warm weather has raised the water in the BWJ ramento and Ban Joaquin rivers and the evees are in great Several bad breaks have flooding acres of The water is four inches high er than ever Weather May tall 8 Tot Kansas Fair weath followed by rains in the cooler Friday morning southerly winds beccmlnn at Majr of todays races luveraman Civil Lord at May neraat todavs races wore En glish HabeL   

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