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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 25, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Advertise e Your Business IN THE IMEWSI SUNDAY MAY Tie Pilgrimage to Attempts to Involve Governor Humphrey in a Quarrel are ment make It free to those who The money to pay these bills is not raised In I am I guess where it comes and no doubt you do Another prominent gentleman of Wich writes concerning the same and the condition of things In Wichita A more enthusiastic and moie representative meeting than was ever held in the city by held last night at Garfleld hall by the friends Of law and Judge of Well made a powerful address full of keen and cutting that was well cal bulated tolet all the wind outof the resub mlsalon Campbell then took the meeting by storm with one of his characteristic I would like to call your attention particularly to the question in favor of honesty and against the acc The Friends of the Saloon and Servants of the Brewers Association Return Home in An Insidious Attempt to Organize a New Politi cal Party With a Republican Coloring Nipped in the BudThe Governors Action Heart ily Endorsed on All mothers of our beloved in the name of tbe and in tbe name of this fair state of to f tolly decide this virtue and accursed drink and the demoralizing influence of the rum who to thus over throw and tram pleinto the dust the pro hibitory not only of our but virtually the whole Thanking you for past favors 1 lippa that I may hear your decisive as soon as this question Is given to ypur A large petition from Citizens of Ed wards county was received protesting against calling a They We believe of the so called resubmlBslon Club Jo be detrimen tal to the best interests fiot our beside the very great expense which the state ought not at tWs tithe to A SOLTTAllX One solitary letter taking the governor to call an extra was received character and standing of the men on the among the mass and was as t ol committee ot They are all res ftubmtsBionists have come and gone and the state of Kansas and her able execu Lyman still ji So far numbers go the thing was a farce and was nothing more nor less than ion BU adjourned men ting of the Wichita re submission club held at Topeka to t commodate two or three towns in the r Missouri There were just OS from Leavenworlh Atchlson Kansas Dodge City t Great Bend and Spring field and Mar ys one That was tbe exact size of the great Wichita re submission fizzle held tecently at Topeka for purposes The action of the governor in refusing to lower the dignity of his office by par ticipatlng in an unseemly wrangle with a crew ot cranks is endorsed loudly on all many resubmlestonists saying he did just The whole scheme was cut and dried from the the whole thing having been given away at the pri vate meeting in the It was to get the governor up in the convention uid then put questions to hint until he got ras3 or but the governor Whs too smart tor any such and promptly said he would be happy to meet tUem at his as per It was a bulldozing game and has been from the but It failed and the better part of the convention got dis gusted and left before its labors bad been It leaked out during the controversy that the Wichita gang didnt pay its way up to but that a certain association put up all They came the express purpose of starting a new party and no action the governor could have unless the granting of their fool request for an extra would have availed him any They wanted a pretext for a quar rel and would have picked one before getting very far ulong with their meet lleve there are two or three matters which are expressive of the feelings ot some of the other sections of tbe It was not expected that you would We simply want the convention to meet you The governor replied 1 should ba glad of course to meet any citizens of Kansas and still I think the program originally indicated the one i shall insist That is that the sense of your convention may be expressed in tbe shape of a memorial In whichyou net out what action you desire I shall be glad to hear with the memorial any remarks that may be offered at the I shall take the memorial into considera tion and make my reply It would look as If I had prejudged the case If I should attempt to give my de cision at I want to be fully as re spectful as I ought to be and should be to any body of citizens residents ot the men of the very highest business and social standing to be found In this is secretary and manager of the Kansas Loan and Trust company Hyde is president of the Hyde Stationery company Everest is chancellor ot Garfleld Univei slty of the Johnston Larimer Wholesale Dry Goods company secretary and manager of the Davidson Mortgage compsny patent attorney 1m of the OlivorImbodeh Milling 1 think since the supreme court decision we can see a decided tm provement In the tide of public It would take but little to revolutionize With an organ here In favor of law and Wichita would take its place alongside of Topeka in three I hope you will read the resolutions We have no fears whatever of your being Influenced to call an extra We know your mettle and good sense too John pastor of the Pres byterian church of and pastor of tbe write At a meeting held In our town last evening in tbe interest of a resolution was introduced and passed asking your excellency not to cull an extra session of the either for the purpose of resubmittlng the question of prohibition or for the purpose of arranging for a constitutional conven tion for tbe following reasons an extra session nf the legislature would be an unncessary expense to the Sec we believe that all parties of our cit lows FOBT Hay GoTernor of DEMI Aa Fridar la the day sat to gtye resubmliBloDlatB a I real It my dpi to eipreii trusting that It may holp to btfngabout reanbmts so that this ctiM3 totho state maybe once for all wiped out of or it certainly cauaeamore jiratids wore corruption In In social lite aoieven In tiian ever whtikydidln countries tvhero prop THE Report of tli e Committee on Meth ed of A Special Committee on the Revision of the Confession of Faith It Farther Rmomtnnnded That No Al or Pro potedthat Will tn Any Way Impair the Integrity of the Beformed CalvaaUtlo Bretem of Doctrine Vaucht la the Con feillon of Beport May the gen eral assembly of the Presbyterian church to day chairman of the com mittee on method of read there port of his committee as follows To tin moderator and membtn of the general Aitembly Your committee re spectfully report that they have agreed upon the following preamble and resolu the adoption of which they recom mend The laat general assembly directed an overture to be transmitted to K The committee in the morning went to the governor and asked when he would receive and he replied at 2 At that hour a com mittee appeared and desired to escort the govenor to the convention hall in stead but he insisted on the first agree ment and declined attending the con After a lot ot fiery and un tamed utterances from one Clement of Wichita another committee was sent whereupon the following discussion took place Governor Humphrey some two or three weeks ago when I con sented to a hearing of the subject of call ing a special session of the it was my understanding then that there be presented a resolution from the various clubs of the I agreed to that recognizing tbe right of any people to meet and express their views upon any subject in which they were You are now I to urge me to rail a special session of the legislature an5 my under standing this through the committee that came over that you had prepared memorial upon the sub which doubtless embodies all you have to say on that Now the calling of a special session of the legis lature Involves the exercise of what the constitution calls an extraordinary I did not think I jo into a pub lic assembly to dlsj Chairman Olen iatobenodiiou state of and it strikes me that it is perfectly proper that your reasons for n special session embodied In a memorial should presented here in and in reply to give your request such consid eration as it should In that way you can present all you want to I prefer to adhere to the former Chairman Clements said There Is a very large number of reprentatlva men In the hsll and they would like to par ticipate In the work of the The governor rejoined Tho sense of that convention will be expressed in this by way of a Very respectable convention of the Farm ers Alliance of the stato was in session two or three days recently and they hod occasion to urqe certain action of the state offiom and they sent committees and we made replies and they reported back to the I think I must insist on the program as I understand I dont think there Is any reason to quea tiou the fairness ot Chairman Clements went on I have that the deaire ot the con vention was that you should appear with the committee and they will present the memorial without a I fear you donc appreciate the cordial feeling of that The governor answered The under standing was that tire committee to pre sent the memorial would meet me herein this office at 2 oclock and after reading It I would carefully consider I am ready to receive it as agreed a colored gentleman of then said I want to whether you will meet that convention or Yes or no The governor answered I think I have indicated my The governor has received protests by wire and mail as follows Winfield Freeeman and a committee appointed by a mass meeting held laat night at Kansas informed the governor by telegraph that resolutions were adopted against reconvening the Webb and secretary and chairman of a citizens meeting held at Dodge City last Informed the governor by telegraph that a meeting was held there last night and a remon strance against reconvening the legisla ture to vote upou resubmlsslon was adopted and forwarded by Welner of Hutchlnson advised the governor that the Sunday school con vention will telegraph him protesting izena are opposed to the resubmlsslon of the prohibitory law to the vote of the being satisfied with the working of the prohibitory R Benton of Pottawa1 erly reatralced by Obediently THB HOrK OF Governor Humphrey received the following telegram from Wichita the undersigned young men of under 80 yeafi of belUve la are not Jn favor of resub mlsston and are uhqaallfledly opposed to the return ot th6 flaioon in Signed It Frank Dun Arm Grant Gsrnett and Sanley regarding the above telegrams The young men are sending a They are among tbe best of the Many of them are connected with the Heading business No jolntiats In the A petition from Bumner county con tained the signatures of BIO mostly representing 868 and it is in behalf of these the Presbyteries In these works First Do you desire a revision of theconfession ot faith tn what re spects and to what extent and VY It appears from the report of the special committee appointed to canvass the answers of the presbyteries to said overture that 734 presbyteries have answered yes to the first question therefore a commute com posed of one number of the assembly from each synod towit Nineteen min isters and ten elders be appointed by tbe moderator to nominate to this assembly a committee consisting of fifteen minis ters and ten which shall be called the assemblys committee on revision of the confession of which commit tee when constituted by the general as sembly shall consider the suggestions made by the presbyteries in their answers to the second of tbe above questions and formulate to the general assembly of 1891 such alterations and amendments to the confession of faith as In their judgment may be deemed committee on revision shall meet at the call ot the temporary to ba named by the moderator of this general and upon appoint their permanent chair man and shall have power to fill vacan committee on revision is instructed to meet at an early not later than and diligently to pursue iis that it may report promptly at the meeting of the general assembly in 1801 and ingot the constitution of the United in before me as a judge of one of the courts of the should compel me to differ with the whole world 1 should do it as courageously BB 1 have no doubt you would stand by any doc trine which you believe to be taught in the Holy If I should believe everything which you believe on the sub ject of I must still follow the constitution ot the United States until It is changed by those having authority to do TO BLOW IT Soenea ot the Hajmarliet BlMiaora of 1880 f NoArljr May night of May the date of the Anarchist was called to mind this morning with a startling vividness by the discovery of unmistakable traces of an attempt to blow up the Haymarket monument and the surrounding buildings with a gigant ic charge of A policeman passing near the monu ment saw at Its base what appeared to be a roll of black cloth tied with a small He investigated and found tied up in a piece of black cloth a tin can about twelve inches long and four inches in di The vesiel was evidently full of some substance and weighed about ten In the top of can was a small hole about three eighths of an in from which he pulled the Beside the can lay several pieces of the string whlcn had crumbled beneath the It was the the powder IN The Naval Appropriation Taken TJp In the Bill A Number of Minor Amendment bnt Final Action on tbe Measure Dlaonsaton of the and Havbon BUI In the Pollnr of the Senate Committee Toward the SJcKla ler BillSenator of Minnesota Wanta Binding Twine Placed on the Free Decision by of the tend Vlafc Over the Bxeeutlve May the senate today the naval appropriation bill was taken the pending question being on the amendment reported from the com mitee on to strike out the item of for the Improvement ot the plant at navy After a long discussion the amend ment was disagreed naye The question was then taken on a like item of for the Boston navy yard and the itam was continued la the On motion of Cameron a like item of was Inserted for the League Island yard with the additional which yard in hereby reopened for the within had burned leaving the outer covering intact but very The fuse was in a dozen pieces and apparent ly had been soaked with On the step approaching the base of the statue was found an unllghted piece of the to one end of which was at tached a small dynamo when tomie a member of the legiala children that the petitioners protest writes For I cannot find any Peclal session of the legtsla nil AHA M vaaiTVifnltMn n tttn o ni led In your ID Ohalnnttn Oleml against a special Conn writes the governor enclos ing resolutions adopted at a citizens meeting held attheFirst Christian church at Arkansas City last Sunday of enclosed a remonstrance against resub misaion and an extra signed by fiftynine leading citUens of that A prominent citizen of Wichita writes We had a good meeting here last Judge of Wellington did good M also There waa a B number of good citizens in the offering i expepses of all who will go A MUU OMJ valid reason for a special I be lleve the rum power and Democracy are the combine urging you to make this and were the bottom ot tbe move the promoters of it would bo these who are not your friends or special friends of the temperance principles of our the Republican Any that are conversant with the stand taken by our present legislature on the prohibi tion question certainly know that we are strongly opposed to resuhmission and that if we were called upon to change our prohibition law in any particular It would be to make it more forcible than It now A meeting of the faculty and students of Wash burn college was hold this morn and the following resolutions were and were presented to Governor Humphrey in person thU morning by the committee Tbe receut supreme court decision In regard to the importation ot intoxicating llquora haa apparently defeated the purport of oar prohibitory law and haa maue posalbta the Bale of liquor within the bordera cf our atata con trary to tbe wtahea of the great majority of our lie It That the faculty and Btudonta of of the Btito of Ite and do hereby earn eatty petition coagraaa that auch laws be enaccoc aa will delegate to the aevaral etatee tbe power to control all ealefl of Intoxicating liquors within tbetr Be It aleo That a copy of these resolutions he Bont tit ttie Kanaas delegation in ant belt That coplea be aent to the varloua colleges and universities of Kanaaa recommend Ing that similar action he taken by We take this opportunity to express ou hearty eaooraoment of prohibition and testify to its Buccdaa In Ktmaaa In promoting temperance and good order and a righteoua obaervance of the lawa of the and f we express ou aytnpathy with the efforta now being made in the e tats ot Nebraska tor the enactment there tor a aimilar prohibitory aod we commend espec ially to the etndentaot that they exei their Influence for the eucceia of such movemen believing aa we do that problhltlon la the cans which especially the welfare of the young men of the It la farther reaolved that the faculty and etndenta of Waabburn aruoppoeed to special aesaton of the legislature for the porpoa of rtumbinlttlng our prohibitory law to the pea balluvlng such action la uncalled fot and 1 opposition to the will of a large majority of th people ot our We alao believe that thl aenument IB abated by an overwhelming majorlt ot the students of oar 8 Four hundred and fiftyseven petition residents of Kiowa pray tha the governor refuse to call an extra set slon of the legislature for the purpose o submitting tbe question of prohibition a this lime to a vole of the since I ii a matter which has been a great to the state at a prominent busines man of Arkansas writes Whateve may be your private opinion of the re submission movement of the so calle Republican inslRuit cant though they may yet they ar backed by tbe combined influence of tb liquor traffic of the whole fully believe that the Intell they are inviting genoe and general prosperity of the peo and of our great and grand state a haa been brought about by prohib and by the wise lawa of pur state enacted by tbe Republican whic you now represent and it is an honor to represent that party and a tru Republican to obey th It v a Ot bia Knowla that you are one ot I ask you in th name ot Rim who the destinies o roan in hii tn name ot re for the purpose of resubmltling the rohlbitory Sixtyeight presbyteris have answered no to the first part of the above The following isatTjpy of the memorial hlch was to have been presented to overnor but was read in ead in the convention o If Governor The resubmission Republicans of Kan in asking you to convene the legis ature in extra session lo the end that a onstltutional amendment abolishing robibltlon may be submitted to a vote thb people at the November eem it proper to present 10 you brieily leir reasons for making this In 1870 the Kansas legislature submlt edto the people the lolloping const utional which was adopted t the general election held The manufacture and sale ot ntoxicatmg liquors shall be forever pro ibited in this state except for cientiflc and mechanical Kansas at that time was a new and parsely settled and contained no Ity of more than a few thousand The conditions were apparently favor ble to the enforcement of nd meaof good confidently or ected that the experiment would prove Timeand experience have demonstrated the futility of such expec Since the adoption of this tmendment the exertions of the Repub ican party to make the amendment el ective have been faithful and unremit i notwithstanding the urgency of other a very large portion of each uccessive legislative session has been devoted to the enactment of measures more and more stringent to enforce the irohibitory Established of legal procedure have been sup planted by enactments of such an extra ordinary character as to startle lawyers and And yet prohibition does not Ksqhyear more liquor is Bold in The whion was open and subjectto legal haa given place to the being secret and independent ot the is be yond The number of liquor itamps issued by the revenue as well as our own convinces us that since the adoption of prohibition n Kansas the sale and consumption of liquors have Increased 111 a ratio fully qual to the increase of The person who seriously asserts that prohibition is even fairly successful in luppressing liquor traffic in this n view of the actual condition of is either to deceive oth or is himself blinded by his own fan While the law Is a confessed failure as a temperance measure it is manipulated into sn active and efficient agent in working injury to our Adjoining by sumpt uary theoppor tunlty Kansas sjfprds and reap a rich bar vest from the manufacture and sale of all kinds of liquors consumed within this This haa already worked unmeasured injury to the with the settlement and developmeit of we are told large breweries are already unjer construction the evil will be Kansas was built from the money from the trade and business of The development of the live wholesaling and jobbing Interests in cities within the state of Kansas in remedy this and keep Kansas money for Kansas ind thus contribute to the building up ot our own Whatever is consumed IP Kansas should be manufactured in provided the conditions are fa and sixtynine presbyteries of those answering yes nave expressly said that they desire no change in the confession of faith to be made that 1m palres the integrity of the system of doc therefore That the committee on re vision and is hereby instructed that they shall not propose any alterations or amundmentsthat will in any way impair the integrity of the reform Calvinlstlc system of doctrine taught In the confes sion of All of which respectfully EIIENEZKU HENBY FRANCIS EVAUD HENRY OKOHOE JAMES The report was adopted by a rising vote after which the dox ology was sung with a will and the mod erator offered u prayer of The moderator appointed tbe nominat ing committee of nineteen ministers and ten elders at naming a member from as This committee called on Its chairman to meet at noon to nominate tbe permanent The report will probably be given Roberts said that the overtures of twenty six presbyteries in favor of tha new concensus should be referred to a committee of who shall Invite the cooparation of the former body in pre paring a clear and comprehensive statemen t of the points in which all reformed churches are not as a substitute but aa a supplement to the Westminster The mo after much as to its scope and effect was passed by a large The committee on church unity pre tried with flashed It Is be lieved that the heavy rain ot last night prevented an explosion according to the would have blown up sev eral The can with its dreaded contents and pieces of burned fuse were turned over to the central who took it to the powder companys where an expert made an examination and the can contained a composition fifty per of which was Hiiroglycerine and would have made a terrible explosion had the fire reached Nothing but toe timely shower nf rain prevented the plot being successfully Detectives have been detailed to find out the authors of the CMefofPollce Marsh was seen and questioned by a reporter in regard to the Have you had any intimation that the Anarchists had been secretly organ izing of or that any attempt had been made to revive the old spirit of an archy was Just at this moment I should prefer nat to answer that replied the It this attempt should prove to bn nothing but a scare it would be unad vlsable to give the public any foundation for becoming It was that there has been a decided movement on the part of the reds of late to resucitate the old feel Ing of revolution and to organize the men in fighting Secret meetings have been held by the old Herr whom the old followers of Spies and Par sons have recognized as a has been secretly sending to Chicago circulars urging the followers to organize and pre pare to strike a death SHOOK THINGS A Serious Shook ot Felt In May sn early hour yesterday morning a very severe earthquake shock was felt all over this There was two separate vibra The inhabitants were considerably but the disturbance was not re Two brick houses were shaken down and considerable glass was shat A dance was In progress in the hotel and the severity of the shock flared several of the dancers and broke up the Cockrell moved to strikeout the provisions for three ceagoihg coast line battle ships not to cost more than After discussion and without acting on Cockrells the sen ate THE HOUSE May his prayer the chaplain referred most feel ingly to the bereavement of During the delivery of the prayer the speaker occupied the but while the clerk was reading the journal he left the designating Perkins of to preside In his The house went into committee tha Burrows of Michigan in the on the river and harbor The pending questionwas the point of order against the canal The chair rendered his decision overruling point ot Turner of Georgia thsn moved ta strikeout tbe provision for the After the debate tbe motion to strike out was to On motion of Uendersoa of Illi an amendment was adopted re ducing from two million to one million the appropriation for theimbrovementof the Mississippi river from the head of the oassea to the mouth of the Ohio Pending further action the committee Public business was then suspended and the house party In sented their Emphasis was lala upon federation as the principle on which evangelic tlans can now After the permanent committee been appointed the convention journed until had ad A Hotel May The La Grande this one among the best in the was closed to and the furniture is being moved to To of tbe owns the The building Is handsome and finely and splendidly adapted to the purpose for which it was This house has changed bands a number of times of late and as to who the next man will be remains to be Bauer is still holding the fort at the Lamed and the Lindell is also in The La Grande must have cost ON SllUar Explains the of the Original Faeliace DBS May of the United States supreme has been criticized by many people of this state for joining in tbe original package a Methodist clergyman of and a personal friend of the bse re ceived from him the following letter on the subject I regret to find that you are In trouble about my concurrence in the recent de cision of the supreme court in regard to the sale of goods imported from abroad or from another state In the original pack I venture to hope that I shall not wholly forfeit your esteem because in obedience to that sense of conscientious duty which I have no doubt prompts you in this I have felt bound to follow the decision made by this court more than sixty years which has never been doubted or disputed from that day to and that In addition to being a decision of this was one which fell from the lips of tbe greatest constitutional lawyer that govern ment ever It was based upon a construction of tbe constitution of the United This constitution haa not been altered since the Judgment of the Weakly Bank NEW May weekly bank statement shows the following changes in legal increase Tee banks now hold m excess of the 26 per cent Maoghton Not SAN May trial of John secretary of the Guaranty Endowment who shot and killed vicepresi dent of the last was concluded and resulted in the acquittal of the Wilbur of New After eulogistic addresses the house A Uomeatvad May Assistant Commissioner Htone to day rendered a decision In which he holds that a soldier who makes a location filing under the soldier homestead law of bnt who fails to make settlement within six months thereafter does not thereby for feit his right to the land unless some ad verse claim intervenes prior to tbe date upon which he actually makes settle The department has heretofore held that a failure to make settlement within six months after tbe filing is madn It absolutely forfeits all right to the lund and subsequent settlement can not cure tbe The TarltTQiuuelon in tin May The MoKlnley tariff bill has not yet been discussed by the finance committee of the and the statement that a substitute would be reported to tbe senate instead of the Mc Kinley bill is at least A leading member of the committee said today that the policy of the committee In regard to the manner of treating the bill would be determined by the nature and number of amendments or changes it was found desirable to make to the bill as passed by the Wanta Free Binding May 24 Davis ot today presented an amend ment to be offered to tbe tariff re moving the duty of one and a quarter cents a pound on binding twine and placing it on the free KUsr Over the Kxeoatln May The president directed that the United States flag shall hereafter fly daily over the execu tive mansion from sunrise to in stead of aa heretofore being hoisted only on special Conftroulonal Campaign May The Repub lican congressional campaign committee Around the May Georqe FranciuTrain completed his trip around tbe world this arriving at 7 Tha time from gtart to finish s 07 111 U minutes and 3 seconds Nearluff Bla ilourueya LA May train bearing Georgo Francis Train and party passed here at 0 oclock last It u expected they will reach Tacoma about has been Hepresontative Wade la the member mm and Representative Anderson from AfflUra in May The territor ial officers have settled down to and the machinery ot government is set in Governor baa drawn tbe county United Marshal W Ltnty has began making appolat The judges are mapping out their plans and are making arrangements for holding court the choice of the delegations from the dif ferent portions of for delegate to the worlds was appointed to that office by the This is the first appointment be has Tbe land of fice bin full blast and any hour may an nounce the decision in regard o I vnd Without a Dlaaentlnc May Pres byterian general assembly this mornlnq til 1 wawaf 04WV4VM mttntm MIV TT busjsess the has remained without question without a dissenting the m tut I from that day to BOW sixtythree I plan yean If my vlawsof f cut appointment of the May tffl 8 p For Kansw Fair weather northerly betomlB gvart warmer by   

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