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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 24, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                aily J V 1 V 1 P t S J c ia j 1 e 1 i O 1 il f r H j r i W P i x J UXff t O A V c i l WlLU PAY YCJtr JL Ji V THE DAILY NEWS I SATURDAY MAY Proceeding In Both Question and Appro ftAtm Bills la tbo BUI WHtloot Aotlon UOtttti the ftt Mto Allow BnUnntOi noedlUtu to Vttorwui Attending ferenoe to the voice and Interests ot the people were by Imolai Baker ot Lfavenworth and Major dement ot Resolutions declaring prohibition ft failure and demanding an extra teuton were adopted and a memorial to the lav ter sffoot was presented to the A mass meeting was held at Representa tive hall in the Henry Outer Fred Sooth flaw all connected with the ot Joel Hoodyof Jefferson Chandler ot Smith of William Warner at Ksaias City and Al exander Martin of May Faulkner vice ot an amendment to the bill to liquor Imported into prohibit providing that suohliquors considered as Incorporated a the common mau of property e and subject to regular trolaad taxation in theexer e staterpolioe nslderation ot the naval appro gill was amendments ware offered I then the silver bill WM as the unfinished blU WM received from the referred to the committee on anford addressed the lenate in of the bill Introduced by him a ago providing for loans by the ght on agricultural conaluslon ot tut address the bill fed to the wiamlttee on 1 appropriation bill WM then but final action upon it was lue Afte an executive session the TrtfeHOUSE home to cdiimltteB of whole on I harbor appropriation the paragraph appropriating for Che construction of the II 9 I Mississippi flennepin canal Turner of Qeorgia made bf order that the committee on harbors bad no jurisdiction Pending a the appointed McMillan son the customs adminlstra place of i then took a the even Itobe for the consideration ot on bills Oil I Hot May Interstate in an omrnisslonejr teg of Htggln against the Complaint was just discrimination in rates on In oar by charging per 100 from Ban to Kansas and ceate per 100 pounds from sco to more than irter but not on the 10 How Governor Tendered BeoepUon By the Hay day opened auspiciously with just enough clouds to temper the For sev eral days tbe delegations have been com ing in from the different of Okla Each had and all the for the ac commodation of Its Incoming brought thousands of At 2 the procession was formed and took up its line of march along the prin cipal streets to Capitol The order was as follows Ontario band Oava nangh commanding governor and suite Sons ot mayor ot Quth and visiting mayors Bartranft Post Oklahoma city band Oklaho ma Republican club delega tion Kingfisher delegation Btlllwater delegation Gtnthrle hose companies El Reno The procession wasjover a mile The buildings along the line of march were beatlfuliy decorated with and Arriving at Capitol hill the ex ercises were opened by an invocation by the King pastor of the Congregational then delivered the welcoming It replete twlth well timed and conveyed in the the welcome of the thousands of Oklahoma citizens to Governor To the governor responded in an admirable He pledged bis most earnest efforts to build up Oklahomaftnd asked in return the hearty cooperation of its All were impressed with his manliness and unprejudiced Only of are At the close of his remarks he admin istered the oath of ofllce to Judge Day of and Juflgia Clark of Wiscon and a grand reception was given in the evening and an opportunity was given all to meet the new officers of the There was a ball at the close of the reception which was attended by the youth tod beauty ot the new terri formal AnuounceoleiU of tbe Pucobue of the Trltco May circular has been issued by chairman of the Topeka and Santa Fe Rail road formally announcing to the stockholders the acquirement of the Loula and Ban It opens by congratulating the stockholders upon the adjustment of the funded debt tbe aversion of foreclosure and the plac ing of the concern upon a sound The geography of the properties is de and a tabulated statement shows tbe railway segments that make up the A PenniylranU bjr Want ilorm Known In Hay heaviest rain and electrical storm ever known la passed over a large Motion Of western Pennsylvania this evening doing great damage to property and resulting in the loss of several the storm struck Pittsburg about 4 oclock is the West End the wind played On Winneblddle avenue frame were lifted from their and com pletely A large number of penona received slight but far known at this point there were no At MoKeesport hailstones fell as large while rain poured down in for a full half The light ening struck in this The greatest injury was done by the which was five feet deep on Fifth avonue and a number of houses which were below grade were At tbe gardener at Joseph was struck and instantly killed by The heavy rains caused great damage by flood in the low lands in thlt Several were struck by lightning at Lightning struck a derrick in the course of erection on Hubert Millers shattering it and killing Fur seriously tunning two In Fayette county the rainfall die much damage to At Bradford the tracks are covered with The flood In Mounts creek carried away many small At Lay ton station aa Immense amount of rocks and trees came clown on the Baltimore and Ohio Train men say the from the hills floated over the At Scottdale the storm was particular ly Cellars are nearly filled with and the stored away are A dispatch from Oil says A heavy rain has fallen almost steadily since 13 oclock last raising water in the river to the highest point oince The rise In the river has been six feft since 10 Reports from all polnta up the rive give from five to eight inches highe and It Is oipected it will be at least five feet higher here be fore The ground floor of the lower portion of the town is flooded at About two and one half inches of rain fell In twenty deluging the streets and flooding a num ber of business cellars and first There are apprehensions of a big rise in the In Pittsburg the heavy rain is likely to well the rivers to flood A special from oayo the long continued heavy rains have caused a great deal of trouble on the railroads in that section of the KEMMLER MUST for a Writ of Error In HlB Case Tbe Supreme Court of the United Holds tbe Hew York taw to be Death by Uleotrfolty Mot to be Cruel or trnttHul When Applied to Condemned fetanCUu Had Due Proem of law In tUt Savor The Opinion Banded by Chief i to Kansas tlsstou that the lower City are foiced on the conditions and the rate to Hum i Francisco not being unrea but lower than it would these competitive IsasCity and not appearing Intlal Injustice results from to Humboldt and the lower s City and are not found to Ivention of the Hay house in elections today acted upon 1 pending contested election a result will probably be ot the majority in the The cases sr were those of Lang Fourth Virginia dla l Seventh South lictand Palmers aslppl two cases the committee favor of seating the Re Ltngston and In the Mississippi will the otting Commerce May house commerce has recom L favorable report be made ling the intsrstateoom ito permit the railroad 9 reduced rates to vet the national encamp extending the i to of theOon iegi tthi nation to he Hay president information that the the Cherokee lion of command I to rigidly enforce tbe pro proclumwiott against per tbe miles ot the Louis and San Fran cisco The advantage of this combination as to the southwest traffic is dwelt upon and a tabulated statement from the railroad manuals shows the capitalization and stock It ataed that the finan cial and physical condition of the St San Francisco property are the Company having a surplus of available and cash resources over Ita floating and the are in condition for economical In conclusion the circular says that par new has been of which has been delivered for tbe new leaving new Atehison stock in tbe companies By the pur of stock has been added to the capital the capital stock per mile has been increased 545 and milea added to the The Hay un important preliminary business to day tbe Presbyterian general assembly pro ceeded to the consideration of the report of the committee on presented by chairman of the com On motion of Herriok John U waa voted to lay aside ail orders ot business until a final vote was reached on the appontment of a committee on re course of the debate Pattonssldhe wished tbe Presbyterian church could get rid of the statement about the pope being anti Oh rial so that they could recognize theBomaa Catholic He wished that tbe as sembly would emphasize the denial Uat they believed In the damnation of in Vandyke of Brooklyn en dorsed Pattdns sentiments and Morris believed that now we are sure of Meeting of tbe Hay seventysixth annual meeting of the American Baptist Missionary Unionlbegan this The Union is tbe foreign missionary BO clety of theBaptists of the nothern states and about churches and George North of Morgan is president of the and after the opening devotional delivered an eloquent The annual report of the executive committee showed a verysuccessful year of The total income of the society was more tbe of than pay the society May hundred lists from joined by from other of here todayand held ha representative at requested the governor to I IM the governor U Jouncing him for the inillf Alumna Allocation IMeeHnir KANSAS May Michigan University Alumnal Association of fie tQUthweat gave second annual ban quet at the Ooates There were present James Angell Professor Calvin Professor a Professor Frederick Professor Martin all members of the faculty and about twenty After the banquet toasts were given by the following Chief Justice Albert Horton of presiding Htoast President James Sidney aud reducing toe debt of last year The summary showed 04 stations and out 881 native churches with of whom were baptized during the last The net increase during the last year was 58 48 churches and The election of officers resulted in the choice of of Illi president Nelson Blake of and of vice presidents recording secretary thirty ot the board of PrUo Vlthtt in May an nouncement la dispatches seat from New York to the effect that John Sul livan had agreed to come to Virginia and fight Joe MoAulifle for and the negro Jackson for la August attracted tbe attention of the la the It waa represented that one of the of the Virginia astociatirm whose charter of incorporation was rushed through the legislature in clos ing had a conference with Sulli with tbe result Hr Bailey sod those imterestud with him in this association claim under the have a perfect right to on their prize and other sports la violation ot the of Vir Hay supreme court of the United today denied the application for a writ of error la the case ot under sentence of death by The opinion was rendered by Ohiat Justice The origin ot the crfelaud un usual the court was in the English settlement In and meant that methods 6f pxinish ment should be It meant that a man should Hot be sentenced to death by but did nut mean the death penalty itself Wat The legislature of Hew had the facts bearing Upon this question and the court must presume that the legislature Hal devised a It less cruel than the former That de tbe court was aot against any special privilege set up by the pris oners and was BO plainly right that the court would not be justified ia overrul ing The fourteenth amendment did not ma terially change the whole theory of tbe Citlzeis still remain citi both of the state and the United The only ohange that an amendment furnishes an additional guar antee against encroachment bjr the state upon the fudamental of the The court quotes the opinion in the Hurtado on the meaning ot the phrase due process of The change in form of death within the legitimate jphere of legislative power of tbo The legislature of the state of New Tork determined that it did notInflict Cruel and unusual punighmanta and this court has sustained that This court cannot see that the prisoner can be deprived of due process Of In order to reverse the judgment this court compelled to hold that the court of appeals had committed an error BO gross as to deprive the prisoner of his constitutional The court haa no hesitation in believing itcasnot The Case will come up before United Sites Circuit Judge who made an order to operate a stay f proceedings to save Eemmlers life until the United States supreme court ould pass on the This order was issued with the understanding that lie counsel would immediately ap iyto the supreme court for writ of labeas Their application for uch a writ was thrown out oi but they were allowed a hearing on the application for a writ of error and this was the application de sided The same questions were nvolved in this hearing would come the supreme court on a motion tor a writ ot habeas the only dif ference being one of form and court It Is therefore suppossed that fudge when the order becomes returnable on the third Monday in June will vacate that being practical ly the understanding upon which the order was Ex Senator McDonald made a motion or a rehearing of the Warner case and to vacate the mandate Inthe The court refused a but decided to allow part of the asking for the vaoatngof the The court nald it was satisfied that tbe conclusions reached were bn not with the form of tbe decree entered and would take the matter Under advise ment until the next It is understood that the object is to ascertain if there be no method by which the money accumulated by the church o Litter Day Saints can be returned to some source that will not use the fund tor the propogatlon of there being a reluctance to confiscate the pro The court to day finally adjourned untl the next beginning tbe second Mon day in edlting Sunday his motion was veted down and the report of the committee was adopted by a Urge ma A aUxlulppl Mob Jiuiloe Into Own Hay night Cartlns residence Was entered a who went to the bed occupied Sy 18ytarod and putting hand on her throat told her aot to make any nolle or he would cut her She managed to give the however The scoundrel and his escape through an open He left his cane la the and by it he Grant a negro about He was arrested early next but the trial delayed on account ot the A large crowd of the belt and most conservative together with about 500 men of both watched with interest the proceedings of the ex Anderson could not explain whereabouts at the time of the In view of his previous good character there was some doubt to but investigation shows that he had previous ly made a criminal assault on other young girls of the about Wednesday afternoon there was a great commotion and cries of they have html and the cowardly brute swung into eternity without further delibera This is the first lynching Columbus has ver experienced and the second banging ightan a man named who bad Men out for a row on the as about to steD from bis boat oh reacb g a landing some miscreant prang from behind a bush near and esltblm a savage blow over the head itha felling him to the earth nd bruising him The perpe of the assault escaped and no clew as been obtained as to his identity or robable The Bite f 11 passenger ate between Chicago and New f ter having been in effect hardly twenty our was rescinded by the Central Prafflc The rate still re mains in There were no tianges made in eastern passenger rates The rate either way between Chicago and Paul went into effect on he Milwaukee and Paul oad this morning as WoriiJii Price of and Holliday of have been appointed fair commissioners for the state of Kan Hay tm Kansas Cloudy weather and rain southerly winds cooler by Sunday BATHBB BXetliQdUt Conf Condemni Nearly All Hay tee genera conference of the Methodist Episcopal church the committee on th spiritual state of tbe which was instructed to prepare a condemnation o worldlineta for insertion in the booko mide a long report condemn ing card theatregoing attendance at race of Texas movei an amendment to coyer the us of tobacco and but lit was ruled out of order as bnlng ot the same natur as a resolution offered by the dooto last week and which indefinite Duncan of Tennessee the author ot the original resolution o which caused ail tie discus slon and wrangle over the question moved an amendment providing for i change in the but it was ruled out of He condemned th report as having glossed over the evi it intended to condemn There evidently disposition growing in th church to cover up tc If a pill ia tha the doctor It has bee so sugarcoated that you will jutter Tha How wanted th utterances to include ownin selling and racing race manipt lating land buying and lellin In whlo lottery renting liquor traffic carried carried and owning fifteen Obuut JETnetorlM to May Window Manufacturing Association met ere yesterday and decided to shut do wn TRADE AND Weekly Report of Dutt feOo e Oommeroial Ordinary Dnslneai Indloattorut More Favorable with Speculation Ia Some the Volume of TnuuMtloM Greater u tbU ieuon Aor KMT u Commercial Omdlt wiwa WfcUv Corn fair May Ch Dun Cos weekly review of trade All the ordinary business indications grow more While speculation la some lines ia possibly Hearing the point of it U undeniable that the vol ume ot legitimate bualnesa U greater than it has been at this season ia any previous Money is comparatively easy and commercial credit The volume of business at New fork has been swelled by heavy speculation and at Boston sales of stock are three times those of last But the bank clear ings of Philadelphia and Chicago are 79 per cent larger than a year while the aggregate at all other points outside of New York is 35 per above last The railroad earnings still tell the same The foreign trade shows less change and yet Is Exports from Mew York la Hay thua ar 14 per cent larger than a year ago ummer on or about June An agree ent was also made with jobbers by hichthe price of glass is to be made unl rm hereafter in all The jobbers nd manufacturers agreed to neither buy or sell to any but members of their re lectife action It Is aimed will result in the removal of uu qual Theshut down ovement was In accordance with a res ution adopted at a recent meeting in 1 their factories in the country fir the and imports here 6 per In A Cowardly May Late DBS May alder men and seven exaldermen of this city ave been indicted by the grand Jury for willful misconduct while in office in1 drawing from the city treasury illegally urns aggregating over Most of hem gave bonds for trial and will claim hat they had the right to the money a ay for services on the Nearly all of those indicted have returned portions of the sums to the A Opmpromt0e May big trike at the National Tube works at ended this morning by the mengoing back to They de maaded an increase of wages but the company has oSered a satlslactorv Com Baveral thousand men were nvolvedinthe aa the National tolling mill was also all these It Is to be remem bered that last years movement waa about the largest ever The reports from all other cities are more encouraging than At Bos ten a fair reported with money and the lumber trade affected by tbe carpenters Ai Philadel phia business is Of fair volume at low and money is Iron im At Chicago the movement of grain and meats exceeds last The dry goods trade is though not up to last Liberal tor boots and and larger sales than for some time are but there is a alght relapse in The money market is unchanged ana the prospect deemed Louis reports favorably to nearly all lines of with money In good At Milwaukee and Paul trade it and business at Omaha and City U up to the with come ault ness at because Of cool But at these and all other reporting points are The money market ia The great industries are also In the speculative markets wheat has been rising 3 with sales of bushels and the ex ports continue Corn has declined nearly a cent and oats risen as Products are all a shade lower and coffee In general prices of products are lower than a week and will naturally as new crops The business failures during last seven days number as compared with 313 last For the same time last year the figures were Kidnapped May petition for a writ of habeas corpus was presented to Circuit Judge Phillips yesterday by David residing near who seeks M recover the possession of Earnest H at The facts developed are that about seven years ago John Mc who now resides at had separated from bis wife and bore to Wanted to Improve Bl May a homesteader living about five west of this had a hearing be fore Commissioner Robertson Wednes day on the charge ot Idrcsny ia taking fruit trees which he used to im prove his The prisoner held tor appearance at Wichita in Septem A Terrific Hay thun der and ruin storm visited section last night The fell ia torrents and from outlying suburbs an that there was a the tide wereblown down The electrical storm in the city was an International Hay yesterdays session of the International Miners con the wetl known Social suggested that steps be taken to es tablish an Intonation entente to obtain a working day of eight and to otherwise ameliorate the position of tile of day last Brook The boy had lived here ever not knowing that he had parents other than and Buy before yesterday one Doc Buckley of enticed the boy away to where father waa awaiting who drove to Mount where he took a train for St Louis on bis way to Meanwhile Kilpatrick had mined the and stranger having been seen in the neigh he suspected theboy bad been and cams here and out a writ of Sher iff Qriiwold ascertaining what part Buckley had token ia the went to Litchfleld and frightened him into con A telegram was sent to the chief of who ar rested and held him and the boy until the sheriff arrived and they were brought back Astbepartiefl are related they are now negotiating On a compromise and will probably nuke tome amiable arrangement as to wholi entitled to the possession of the An May week came at a most opportune While many sections of the need of there were portions whose crops lacked the moisture neoessary to insure and a few days more would have brought severe thoae The rain fell reaches from tie Missouri to the western edge of and nearly covers the Sunflower state from north to Portions of northwestern Kaniu need rain from a great number of points in report the average rainfall over at nearly two At Holton aod in th6 neighborhood rain fell enough to insure the wheat crop and start the ooru off The will also help the which in an Important crop in tbe sectioa in   

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