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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 23, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Advertise Your Business IN OAILY PJEWSI HUTCHINSON ItwillPayYoutoAdverti8e Vour Business In The DAILY FRIDAY MAY News and Gossip Gathered A bout the National Tlie Senate Devotes a Short Time to ii DlacuKBlon of the Sliver ere formerly the hardest part of a mills product to get rid they are now the During the week quo atlons have been marked up five to ten ants by some firms to keep on a par with while others that had asked that 10 maximum figures made no though to effect sales some hading Bwould no doubt be he export trade continues extremely not a few of the heaviest firms hav ng scarcely any IN In the a Beaotlon the and of the Pait Few able Aetlonof the Hennto on the Tariff Hay senate to day proceeded with the consideration of the silver Daniels spoke in favor of the silver At the dote of Daniels speech the silver bill was laid aside without any action and the naval appropriation bill was taken All the formal and minor amendments reported by the committee were agreed to and then the bill went over without further After an executive session the eenate THE HOUSE May house went into committee of the whole on the river and harbor appropriation Henderson of chairman of the committee on rivers and ex plained the provisions of the stating that it appropriated based upon estimates aggregating He believed that tbere was no money that went out of the treasury that was so much in the interest of the people ot the country as the money expended In the improvementof rivera and Blanchard of Louisiana spoke In favor of the principle of the rivet and harbor contending that they did more to solve the problem of cheap trans portation than all the interstate com merce bills that could be Kerr of Iowa attacked the which was defended by Grosvenor of The committee then rose and the house Will Beport a May is tho pres ent Intention of members of the eenate finance committee to report a substitute for the McKiuley tariff bill when their consideration of that measure shall have been This course is deemed to be better than to report the bill as it came from the house with for when it goes into conference there will be but one question to instead ot a myriad ot liflerences upon points In This wa the course pursued with She tariff and was found to re lult In a saving at Tlte Sixteenth May the first time in the history of the house judici ary committee a majority of the mem hers to day agreed to a favorable report upon a joint resolution introduced by Representative Baker of New pro viding for a constitutional amendment to grant the right of suffrage to Twice before a minority of the commit tee has reported favorably on similar propositions and one of the reports was drawn by the present bat a majority could not be Induced to take favorable Deiecrutlon of the May Thomp son of from the house committee on the j udiciarji to whom was referred tha bill to prevent the desecra tion of tho United States today re ported a bill making it a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of f DO and impris onment for thirty days loi any person using the national tag by paint or affiiiug or attaching to it iu tiny way any for public dis play or private To Redeem the Arid May Stew art today proposed an amenment to the sundry civil appropriation which was referred to the appropriation com mittee authorizing the secretary of agri culture to expend In continuing the Investigation to the extent which the arid region o the United States can be redeemed by and segregation of irrigable lands in such and to the selection of sites for reservoirs am other hydraulic works in connection with Tlllted the WASHINGTON May Har today received the members of the national conference of charities and cor which adjourned yesterday a President McCulloch of In diana introduced the party in a shor The president replied in a brie A Hliionrl May Blake o Missouri has been appointed assistant su perlntendent of the railway mail service by promotion from the postal car service MltHNO Vnniuil Dullnen Beported Ulnueapo litMllli are Reducing Their May SforOttetittrn UiUtr says 804 of the mid dle class of mills lost more or less tlmi last and the flour output shows i decrease of The aggregat production was barrels agains barrels for the week ent barrels for the same time in 188E The business during the week has been distressingly and there Is a disposi tlon to reduce the present output Ther eleven mills running Wedneeda and they were making at the rate ot 000 barrels per Twc ot these are as likely ua not to stop befon aa they are practically out o Tha mills during the pant week have much less flour than was made gh quite a number ot firms purtui Patent us tun most dlffloul Wlierelow AN IN Will Out In Order to Beat the May evening paper ays Chicago eastbound lines are on he verge of an upheaval which promises o dwarf the passenger rate war of the western The cause con be traced o the complete failure of the eastern nes to stop commission The ommtsslonsjiave been growing to such roportlons that scalpers have taken ad antage ef them to cut the rate to New Several scalpers have been mak ng a and m some cases a to New York over a route made p by the Baltimore and he Nlckle Plate and the jockswanna and This morn ng a reporter found tickets on sale by a notorious scalper at Chl ago to New The route in over the Niagara Falls hort Line and West The scalper was willing to sell one ticket or a bun and guarantee them to be good for ny In other words they were first unlimited Other lines annot stand such competition as nd several of them are contemplating a eduction to at least except on their imtted vestibule NEW May Meeks Is no longer a member of the legal profes He resigned aa an attorney and councilor of the supreme court and his esignatlonwas This is the most extraordinary step hat has ever been taken by a New Ysrk and It Is probably the firat of its lind on Meeks undoubtedly elt that It would be useless for him to proceedings relieve the and replenish the forests and plains with which are already smereing from the This is cele jrated by song and interrupted by occasional waiting for the A detachment of cavalry is now en route from Fort Reno for the Cherokee Strip to investigate the report that cattle men are driving stock in the Strip for contrary to the presidents attempt to oppose the o disbar and to GOVERNOR Oklahomas First Executive rives at court of any further trouble and obviate he necessity of going through the for mality of defending the he took he best way of getting out of the trouble by He never practiced exten sively In tha courts of this but has acted as referee in many In all of these he Including the now celebrated Flack ho conscien iously endeavored to obey the law and he mandates of the state and ex cepting in the Flack no official act of his has ever beeu called n The Charge Wouldnt KANSAS May Stars Leavenworth special says Seven al leged liquor sellers were up before Po lice Judge Pierce this morning for but no testimony could be produced hold ng any of Police Commissioner Lowe was present as a witness and testified to drinking beer at the Delmon co the night ot the Mystic Shrine ban He could not swear that the li luor was bought and paid and Judge Pierce was compelled to hold that the jeer was the property of the Shrine and that it was disposed of Commissioner Lowe stated this morn Ing that he had hearu no news from Tp and that it made no material dif ference to him whether Governor Hum phrey removed him or ABUY of Kxten May orders Leave of absence for four months on eur geons certificate of with per mission to leave the division of the Pa Is granted Matthew First An extension of leave of absence on surgeons certificate of granted First Stephen Twelfth is still further extended te April on account of Private Maurice troop Eighth now with his having en listed while a minor without the consent of his parents or will be dis charged from the service of the United States on receipt of this order by the commanding officer of his and his ago will be stated on the discharge OP 18 years and 7 Recruit Thomas mounted ser now at Jefferson will be discearged from the service of the United States on the receipt of this order by the commanding officer of his The following named enlisted men now at the posts set opposite their respective having enlisted under false pre will be discharged the service of the United States on receipt of this order by the commanding officers of their re spective stations Rrecruit Charles general Columbus Recruit George mounted Jefferson Private David company Third Fort Leave ot absence from about June 15 to include June is granted First William Eighth First Sidney ord nance will proceed from South to the Mldvale steel on public business connected with the inspection of steel forgings and on com plotion of this duty will return to his proper The extension of ordinary loave of ab sence granted Second Henry Third is further ex ended to on surgeons cer ificatu of The extension of leave of absence ranted First Carver ad utant Fourth is further ex tended two Leave of absence for three months on account of physical disability is grantee First Melsear Second Leave of absence for three months on surgeons certificate of with permission to leave the division of the Is granted First Arthui L Sixth Good for Judge KANSAS May special from says Judge Hindman of the district in his charge to the gracd j ury took the ground notwithstanding the original pack age no person has a in violation uf the local to keep a place tor the sale of intoxicating liquors either in original packages or and that the j ury should indict any per son keeping such a He main tained the interstate commerce law had nothing to do with the The local option which was adopted pro hibits the sale within the city limits of intoxicating The of May last re union of the Qrand Lodge Knights of was heldthis No route was selected to and the ap propriatlon to aid the uniform rank in at tending the Supreme Grand Lodge at Milwaukee and taking Marshalls mili tary was voted The appro priation to hold a subordinate lodge at Sallna and save Its building from fore closure was also voted as was the proposed amendment relating to choos ing grand and deputy grand The grand elect were and the grand lodge Bnd of an Eventful KANSAS May Boar of the law firm of died at his home at an early hour this morning aged He was one of the pioneers of the and will be remembered as having accomplished much good as a missionary among the Indians when he first moved Some time since he reUred from the ministry and has since been practicing He leaves an estate of considerable Beforined Presbyterian May general synod of the Reformed Presbyterian church convened here at 10 oclock this of Coul acting Dele gates were present from all parts of the The session was taken up with effecting an organization and other rou tine An Indian Religious Pow EL May thousand or more Indians have congregated near celebrate the event that Christ ta upon earth and is now In Dako He will soon destroy their enemies and resurrect their dead and Arreated for SAN May ped lers who have been here for some time were arrested today charged with kill Ing and robbing Solyer in his store Sun day The preliminary trial has been in progress all Several wit nesses testified to having seen them in his store late at and a testified to having seen them talking to the deceased at 3 oclock Monday Solyer dealt in lottery tickets and eig continued until A Confidential Clerk Gone KANSAS May Blso Allen confidential clerk of the Austin Invest ment headquarters in this city has disappeared with the com panya the head o the went to England on the 12th leaving him a sum of mone subject to the joint check of Allen ani William the companys attorney Allen Is alleged to have forged Mr A jstins name to various checks aggre gating and to have gone to Can ada with Be Cometh She May sensa tional marriages are matters of gossi While the guests were assembled awaiting the marriage ot Jacob Lieflertc Miss Marion Past the groom eloped am wedded the 14yearold slste of the intended Frank a colored to day married Miss Ella an at tractive white Australian Parliament May parliamen ot Victoria was opened today by the Ear of the governor of the colony He addressed parliament upon the pros perity of the country and upon the rapi stride which he said was the growth of a common Australian na Pay for May IB stated tha Chancellor Von Oapnvi Intends to sub mit a measure to the reichstag imposin a tax upon all Germans who are Inelllgi ble for service In the army and upon a German who reside Will gee Them May president of th WaltersUnion here received the follow Ing today New Ma decided to stand by you to th General masBflneetlng on Frlda UNITED WAITERS of New A Sudden May MerrtttLudwlg for many years telegraph editor ot th Stadtt dropped dead on a atree car this morning while going to his horn at Hay win nen of tadavs ware Prince Allan Ar o KccolvcR a Rojal Welcome at tho Hands of a Solitary Norrn paper Through a BfUnndentandlng tho Recep tion Committee Had done to Mew Governor Returns to Flndl BU Oonitltuenoy and to ffatnre Bailiwick Alls Well Ihat May the newly appointed first governor f Oklahoma arrived today in It was expected he would come n the regular Santa Fe train and the re eptlon composed of dele ates from all the cities in the to Arkansas City to meet They were disappointed In their or the governor arrived on a special No one had been advised of his omlng and no one knew when he would A newspaper man happened to e at the station and he was the first and nly one to welcome the Steele consented to carry out the iragram arranged for his reception and with an improvised committee went back o Arkansas City to meet the reception om The committees finally found each ther and returned to Guthrie at 4 The train was beautiful iy decor ted and when it arrived at this place as greeted by a salute of At the gate city of the terrl the people were assembled in masses with banners and HJWOM and and the train halted amid the fir ng ot anvils and the hurrah of the peo In receiving a boquot ot native lowers from the hands ot William he warned the gentlemen if Hey ever went back on the ladies who ame to Oklahoma with he would o back on At Alfred a large crowd greeted him nd many personally recog nizing Governor passed forward to take his Ihe governor said My 1 know I am more ileased to see you than you are to see and If you will put your shoulders to he same wheel to which 1 put we will make out of this territory one o the appicst and grandest states of our Then recognizing the full assemblage of women he paid a handsome ribute to pioneer Guthrie was reached at The whole population seemed to be in the The procession wvs formed ant the principal streets Were paraded hrough with bands playing and hurrah ing by the lie was taken to the lotel where he and the commit tee and with Immediate friemlo took sup Tomorrow a reception will be given addresses of welcome delivered am n the evening the Inauguration dopted a resolution providing for the ipolntment of a committee to Investl tte the defalcation of City Treasurer The resolution also provides that ie committee shall inquire carefully nto the personal habits of the employes n the tr aimers It is understood iftt others are suspected of being re lonaiblo for the greatest part of the de and that the latter part of the esolution is directed against EX or THE They Want Onr Oongteiimen to Urge Their Pennlon May Bour on county exPrisoners of War Assocla on held a picnic In Knappu park In the uburbs of this city today and the ndance from this and surrounding ounties was very Addressed were ellvered by exAttorney General Dan exGovernor Brant and several 3Cal Resolutions weie adopted demanding lat Kansas representatives in congress o all in their power to secure the pas age ot a bill that shall in a measure do ustice to the exprisoners who are ex uded from the benefits of present pen on The resolutions onsen tat the f x prisoners are entitled by ghtand justice to a day far every ay of The resolutions demand further that he Kansas representatives do all in their ower to secure for exprisoners that The resolutions conclude as fol hive taken promises for tweu yflve filled with pains ontracted In prison and now what 8 want are not merely a but active work in our be do not gather grapes Men rom The handwriting the We as exprisoners and this vast multitude who are interested In us are watching this we demand the passage of the 111 relating to the exprisoners of war nd if it Is defeated shall hold this con ress Klngmun May Work Is progressing on the G road only twelve miles remain ng to be completed in order to have con nection with Harper and The road has to be completed by June bui jefore that time the work will be done Trains will be running from Omaha to Anthony by the first of It Is statet lore on good authority that the state line will be reached by this road in a shor and also that it will be rapid I pushed through the territory and on to he It Is now thought that the Santa people will complete the Wichita and Western from Mullinsvl leto Djdge City and also that the will be completed to La and there con nect with the mam Hue of the Missour Should this be and we believe It it will give Kingman three trunk lines of which wil put her in a fine and then sh will boom and no Tbere Is decidedly a better feeling In business and Kingman business meu ar considerably jubilant over the futur Urop prospects are fine jus and a good rain in a few days wil put us m magnificent The fact is everything seems to indicate that we ar on the eve of a season of sue aa we have not experienced for a There has been some little excitemen here among the folks since the appear ance of tbat last article in the NEWS rel ative to It is true thero is a element here that wants resubmlssion but not the They simply want t eee the matter and believe tha resubmission would be overwhelming There are others who won the and want It and they ar as good citizens as we have In the city and not to be blamed fo their position but we dont believe thel wants will ever be There am still others who neither want lesubmls slon or the and are probably little warm in their advocacy for wha they believe to be and may hav been so enthusiastic as to have overdrawn the picture a little In their recent write up of the matter for the but all th can excused and Kingma is all right and is as free from anythin distasteful and mean SB any other towi and much more so than a great man and we want It distinctly undei stood that the comments of tho Pra Timet and its untimely allusions are no There wasnt any for anthlng of the kino and we are no at all afraid that anything tbat has bee said will In the least deter anybody froc coming to our beautiful city who ma want to do so The NEWS Is very popular In our cit and its positions are much appreclatet Long live the NEWS and its deservln since which she McNeil has been guilty of undue familiarity with one Louisa She asks for alimony and the return of half tho property she presented to her A COWARDLY Claimed that Be waa Unarmed and Then Bhot May Holly a bloody tragedy woa enacted A dispute arose between Robert Morgan and Lima Wool Morgan shooting and in stantly killing One of the men hod cut eome timber on the land of the other and a satisfactory settlement of the matter could not be Thay met in Morgan the public road quarrel and finally Wooldridge struck Morgan with a knocking him from his Wooldndge drew a revolver and was about to shoot his antagonist when the latter threw up his hands and exclaimed I am unarmed would you shoot me At this j uncture Wooldndge dropped the saying he could whip Morgan with his As he advanced Morgan unexpected drew a revolver from his pocket and shot him through the killing him Morgan then went to the nearest justice of the peace and gave himself saying ho had killed the man in Struck by May village of near has been vis ited recently by severe hall which have done a great deal of To day the people gathered In a church to pray for a cessation of the While the services were in session a thunder storm came up and the church was struck by Four persons were instantly killed and twenty were four being rendered completely The people were panic and In the mad rush for the doors two children were crushed to RECKLESS Serious Wrook Oaueod by tho Bn clnoora A Missouri Pacific Freight Crashes Into an Alton Passenger at The Freight Had the BlgutofWay Onr the Hut the Knglaeer at the Alton Saw the Danger Too Late A vett Pullman Demolished and Kelt or the Train number of but H KANSAS May serious wreck occurred today at the crossing of tho Missouri Pacific and Altos A Missouri Pacific freight train had the right of way and was proceeding toward the crossing when the Alton lim ited passenger train north bound from Chicago dashed upon the crossing at tha speed of forty miles an The Alton engineer recognized the freights right right of but his air brakes did not The freight engine struck the passen ger train square in the middle demolish ing one Pullman and ditching the rest of the which fell down the embank ment fifteen feet It is a miracle almost that no one was As it was only eight passengers were slightly In THE Liaac lllr the Rtreator Defeated hy Andy WEST Illy tho Streator who laims the light weight championship of met Andy a locil light in a finish fight for with veounce gloves in the hall ot the West 3nd Athletic club this Thlsflghtwis originally arranged for lay but Uyers was itaken sick short y after his arrival in New Orleans and a ostponement until to night was ar Myers was in excellent condi Bowen entered the ring apparent y fit for a hard Considerable money changed the most it it being laid with oddj of two to one on Bowen weighed 1804 pounds while Myers tipped the beam at Baweu seamed to have the best of the fight at but Myers recovered some waat in the twentieth Up to that point the fighting was fast and with only occasional From the twentieth to the twentyfifth round both men were cautious and re gained their freshness in a degree by ighting for Then the fighting became furious Bowen having the best of In the twentyninth Myers got Bowen on the and the lolice were obliged to separate When time was called for the next round Myrrs second gave up the claiming that his man gave out in the enth The referee awarded the fight to The French Academy failed to elect a successor to Bailie Augier at the regular meeting on April There were thir teen Two had not a single1 vote and a third had only Zola had Seven ballots were taken without any candidate having the clear majority and toe election was then ad At the seventh ballot La visse stood but with only ten whereas twenty were requisite for elec The house of commons has voted three times on the disestablishment of Scot The first In adverse majority was In It had fallen to ana last week It shrunk still fur ther to Their names are Reeves 110 Monroe AUU JUUUEUV Injured about tbo bead and Mary Merrls bead cut and Newton Kansas leg badly bruised about the body and Tom Alton engineer 4 hand Another KANSAS May Journal tomorrow will say that the wreck waa directly due to the reckless racing by the Altou engineer with a Missouri Pacific The Alton tracks parallel a double Missouri Pacific track The freight the track next entering to the train was on to tho Al BA8B KAHSAB lower house ot the city council tonight The Frlendaof the EURllith Novullat Hunt ing Hun In SAN May The friends of Diwid Christie the English are Inquiring for him on the Pa ciQc especially In He s the author of Val Rain bow Josephs and other well known works of About one year ago he went from England out to and suddenly disappeared from This happened in and he has not yet been heard In Melbourne he was much feted by the best society of the His sudden disappearance created a and hta English friends were greatly disturbed by They have mode repeated efforts to find n December a passenger named Mur ray was booked on an Auatralian steamer for San This led to ioquiiy for the missing man In this a local detective agency being employed in the Murray was remarkably popular in English literary Most of his work was done In Belgian Ardennes where he lived five He frequented the Savage club in He was 40 years bad a pleasant and though bred in had a touch of the Scotch He served as a correspondent in the late TBGUBLB8 or A PITTSUOBQ COUPLE A Wealthy Suit for Dlroree Abruptly May 22 The attorney for James the wealthy foundry man who sued bis wife Margaret fora di asked permission to take a non suit and the jury was dismissed from the box and the non suit They were married tho Fourth of Then she was a successful dress maker and he a He charged her with with nut providing htm with sufficient bed clothing xnd with turning his children against She declared that he was avari and boasted of his She gave him nearly of her own money to Invest in his McNeil slept In auotber room than hers for six months and hent bis door She bribed the children to po to their father and aay their prayers to htm A crosasult In this case was entered by Mrs In which she seeks for R divorce on the grounds of desertion In NATIONAL At Base 8 Philadelphia 2 Philadelphia At 6 Base 8 Cincinnati 8 Cincinnati and At 8 Base 10 Boston 2 Boston and At Now New 1083000 Baoe York 17 Ptittsburg York 13 PHtsburg and AUMUOIN I At 13 Toledo 5 Toledo n and At Base 15 Brooklyn 7 Brooklyn and At Base 5 Louis S Louis and At Base 9 Columbus 8 Columbus and Gastrigbt 1 At Mew New 0320210 Base York 9 Chicago NewYork 4 Chicago and At 1010488 The track curves around and crosses the Alton at The other track proceeds straight along and on this was tho Missouri Pacific passenger with which the Alton was When the Alton train approached the crossing the Missouri Pacific freight had already whistled and gone having the right The Alton engineer taw hia but the air brenKB re fueed to and so he opened the thottle and attempted to pass ahead of the freight with the result Changed Yhelr May courier Justin from Iowa reservation brings the news that the Iowa Indians have almost come to terms and that some of them have signed a paper submitted by the commission tor the sale ot surplus lands with the reports that there has been good work done during the last two days and that the commission bave adopted a win ning plan wita the Horace the clerk of the com arrived today and intends to leave the commission to assume his du ties as United Slates attorney for tba Original In May the municipal election In Jouesborp voted out sa loons by a handsome Now one Jake an exsaloon has all the material at hand to open a saloon there under the orlgnal package decis ion of the supreme By this method he and hs backers hope to override the will ot the as expressed so de cidedly at the But the temperance people of Jonesboro do not proposed to submit to this and they will fight Brady and his gang at every Just now there Isnot a saloon la Union Dragged to May noon to day the 12 yearold son of Joseph Shad living two miles south of waa dragged to death by a The boy and his sisters were riding home when one of the girls In some way fell The mule took fright and the boy getting taugled in the was unable to tree himself and was dragged to his A May today Bobbins eircaa train on route to where it was to show was wrecked near the junction of the Nashua and Rochester and Boston and Lowell One car full of carriages jumped the track and the rest ot the train piled up a total The to Robblns will be Bass 10 Cleveland 6 Cleveland Kne 1 and At 0010001 8 8300000 Base 9 Brooklyn 4 Brooklyn and Boston 1 a t 1 8 00 7 Pittsburg Base Boston 6 Pittoburg Boston 11 Ilttuburg Daley and All bo Western Association bxli were postponed on account oJ Heavy Rain at May heuvy storm stuck this section at 5 oclock Much rain has fallen and It looks at if the fall would continue all The rain is much needed and will be blest ing to the Ueavy lu KAHSAH May nloa fell throughout Kansas today and to and materially the crops which in many sections were in great need of Hay the Longue Point inquest yesterday the jurlea pro duced a lUtnf fiftysix Inmates who per ished in the Insane asylum Weather May 33 till 8 ra For Kintat CVdfinp by atorron la ftavtikm tioruto cvldei
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