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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 28, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                fttvf l l I I will Pay You to four Business In DAILY HUTCHINSON NEWS Advertise DAILY IMEWSI IN THE WEDNESDAY MAY IN riglnal Paokarra BUI up for nsldoratlon in the Is Curried Over Without Action ToDay When It Trill Irolm lily bo Disposed eto Committee to Begin Their La bra on the Tariff Bill Next Thursday Telegram from the OltUens of Arl Inato President Harrlaon Praying for ittsr Military Protection from the ipache XutorNatlonal kmerloau ave May Blackburn d to and was excused from fur lervice on the committee on terri ore iur presented a remonstrance of against iltlon of duties on ores from bid ienata resumed consideration of I subjecting Imported liquors to pyislons of the laws of the several SjijBjihe question being on the substl yesterday from thejudioi Ittee providing that liquors so I when their actual and transportation shall Lave be considered to have ceased he subjects ot commerce for and among the several states phall be a part 6f the common mass operty within the state and be aub police Coke argued against the constltu right of congress to delegate its legated powers back to the George made a constitutional ar hent on the Curtis said that the question pre pd by the bill under discussion was perplexing On the one hand property interests were represented on the other hand thorn was on ntered a strong moral sentiment in or two or more The difficulty tae question arose in the attempt to incile the conflict between the rights roperty under thn constitution and s and tbat moral sentiment known as oday it was proposed to legislate JtnBt the breweries of Paul and of and against the distilleries of North Carolina and fd of New said of New York and New Hamp said is ell the people of Iowa that they til have the power to regulate com ce between themselves and all the ir states on the liquor To tbey be asking for the ex of cotton seed oil of which the lot Louisiana produced a large Jnt in Then tbey would be that dresaSxl lioef rum Illinois rl tobacco from North Carolina should I be considered an article of commerce iin the meaning ol the constitution thus power would be given to each 9 to build on its exterior limits an I penetrable wall that should exclude product of every foreign country and J sry other The pending bill could not become a the help of bis was a as right Democrat of the strictest Be and was in favor of states exercis I to unlimited extent rights which 1 had but the powers which had lodged In the federal govern Int and lodged wisely he wanted the Jleral government to exercise exclus U has been he to lar Republican New England senators teaching the doctrine of states le had been surprised at the sudden s tnversion of these Republican Ie could not understand how It was that Key had adjured their political re lunced their political re idiated their political convictions and llBlfied their political iSuch a intended only to Iptivate the excited imagination of a ohihjtiou had been to him Bxpressibly But the novitiate these senators had been too fir probation too to justify their Dg admitted into full fellowship with lievers in states on the ques In that The president endorsed the telegram as follows This telegram is submitted for the in formation of tae secretary of WOT with directions to take prompt and effective measures to protect the citizens and cap ture and bring to punishment any hostile Indians who have been concerned In killing our An International American May president to day transmitted to congress n letter from the secretary of state enclosing s report adopted by the International American conference recently In session at this recommending the estab lishment of an international American bank with Its principal office In the city of New York and branches in the com mercial centers of the several American The communication cites the recom mendations made by the PanAmericans committees and contains the endorse ment of the president and secretary of A bill has been prepared at the state department to carry into effect the rec ommendations of the The bill designates the United States dele gates to the PanAmerican conference commissioners to receive subscriptions to the capital stock of The International American books for which pur in New principal cities in the American republics as the commis sioners may think As soon as shares are subscribe the subscribers shall have the usua powers to organize the The corporation may be designated by the secretary of the treasury as a depository of public and may be employee as a financial agent of the The principal office shall be in Wash ington or New York with power to open branch offices In the United States South and North America and Mexico The capital stock is fixed at in which may increased b a rate to not exceeding The stockholders tre made liable tc the amount of their subscriptions and n A Good May censu ofUce today made public the first resui of the eleventh census in relation t state and local It of preliminary report by Campbell Cope land in charge of local finance on th Indebtness of the counties 1 the United The report show that the principal of the state debts a the present time is of thi amount Is bonded debt an iljattng This shows a net decrease in the tota debt during the last two years ef the banded debt having de Issolved the attachment of Purcell n the bonds and mortgages of the Brit sh Land and Mortgage company to SB ure the payment of damages sued he affidavit of Purcell failed to charge ny illegality In the sale of the stock held y the company as security for money oaned to Pnrcell and a petition for per mission to amend the affidavit will be rgued GENERAL COBKEBIHG A Btulden Advance Stirs np the New York May is every ndicatlon of a corner in the present months in the cotton and he buyers are climbing each other in heir efforts to The trading start ed with a sale in July option at one point That month immediate y moved up and In the first hour ad vanced eighteen June and August were urgently bid and vanced fifteen points in the same Just after noon July sold at an advance of fortyfive points from the and the rest of the piesent crop nonths are forty points above last nights MAY KESrOUE Trunk Line Ooiuinlflaloners Will Endeuvor to Settle the Bate Nnw May at the offices of the trunk line commission ers the Joint committee representing the Central Traffic Association and the trunk lines will endeavor to settle the rate dif ferences now existing in the Con siderable importance is attached to the as It Is expected all the warring interests will be It is hoped that a general restoration of rates will be the outcome of the Today the trunk line commissioners will con sider matters of interest relative to the roads represented by The Bhode Island two branches of the state legislature met In joint session today and elected the fol lowing state officers Lieutenant well of Attorney Slocum of Secretary of McGuinuess of Perry of Kings creased by f and the floating debt increased py The chagaa in the flame debt by geographical divisions have been as follows T6B88 Since SWO of a federal election and on the estion of civil thesb senators ould show that they had counted their ads and said their prayers and were uly states rights men would ready to give their holy biess Mm further debate the bill went over thout Wilson of Iowa gave tee tbat he would ask the senate to main is session tomorrow until the 1 was disposed The vicepresident announced the ap ilntment of Blackburn as i member the committee on appropriations and Carlisle as a member of the com ittee on territories and women if The conference report on the bill to simplify the law in relation to the colleo l jtion of the was presented and agreed I After an exciting session the senate THE HOUSE May house today passed the customs administration The house then went into com mittee of the whole on the river and bar Houk of offered an amendment providing that John Orpdeu and bit associates may on certain condi tions at their own construct an outlet for the flood waters of the Missls ippl MoCresry of raised a point of order against those portions of the bill which prescribed a penalty for the matnteanance of obstruction bridges across uagvible Pending a deoia Ion the committee arose and the house Arlioaa Waste Better May Delegate Smith of Arizona this morning handed President Harrison a long telegram from citizens of giving the verdict of the coroners Jury in the case of Hanry who wia killed by lodidnii on the 84th near Totlll Middle Southern Western The totalbonded debt of the United States is shown to have Deen 100 in 1880 and In The bonded debt of the several states in 1880 was and at the present making total decrease of state and As to the county indebtedness the report shows an increase in the total debt of the coun ties of the United States during the last ten years of The Tariff May dispos ing of a few private bills today the sen ate committee on finance took up the tariff On motion of Bbnrman it was voted to consider the bill in full commit tee Instead of referring it to a sub com The committee will meet Thurs day to begin its Senator Sherman said that under the plan adopted the bill could be reporter to the senate by July The Peualou May conferees of the general pension bill hiul another meeting Tbey talked one hou and ttieu adjourned until next Monday One report says tbey are not drifting but Inasmuch as an early agree ment was expected wben the conferee separated last an ImproBBion pre vails that the outlook now is less favora ble than it was May senate to day confirmed the following postmasters In Kansas Illinois May state convention ot Prohibitionists met here this morning with an attendance of about 500 delegates from all parts of HOBS of was osen temporary chairman and in a eech said that the original package de sion was a good thing for nee it got the question into national at It was resolved to place a full state cket in the field made to District Jud morning for a writ of habeas Their Labor May general con erence of the Methodist Episcopal huroh south at Its session last night eared oft the closed up all its usiness and after three weeks of contin pus and arduous adjourned sine The next general conference will e convened on the first Thursday in The place of meeting will be The May When th assembly met this morning it was re solved that two elders from Iowa urg upon congress In the name of the assem bly the passage of the law permittin states to prohibit or restrict the liquo traffic now before The con vention adjourned to meet in Detro next Immediately after ad j urn ment the committee on revision nnld meetiigand decided to meet at Pitta burg the first Wednesday in Kleoted May An unofficial clrcu lar has been issued announcing the elec tion of Harris as second vie president of the Burlington an vice Henry t effect June For the present an until further orders Harris will als assume the duties of general manager tae lines in Illinois and Iowa in place Rlpley Election of May board of director of the Kansas and Texas railway today elected Eves Report of the Condition of Winter Dry the Hessian Fly nnd Cheat Have Greatly Damaged this Seasons With the Exception of Indiana All the Wheat Growing States Report a Falling OITortho General Meet ing oftho Baptist Missionary Aid 8ocl clety Gnthrle Contest Oases Miles After the Apache May fanntrsRe tiea will publish the following relative to winter wheat Our Illinois corres pondents continues to report the condi tion Many are the complaints of chess and cheat and several corres pondents report damage by the Hessian Indiana averages show a slight im provement in the since our last In Ohio the condition has not changed during the past two In Missouri the weather In portions of the state has been Considerable improve ment has taken place in those wheat Is heading irregularly and there are complaints of The Kentucky reports of condition show a decline of several la Kan sas wheat has been injured consldembly by the drouth and in few cases by hail and Hessian The average of condi tion In that state is apparently 10 per lower than it was two weeks Abundant rains have lately fallen in many parts of the state and the condition will doubtless improve during the com ing In Michigan some improvement in the condition has taken place relative to spring Correspondentsgenerally report germination and growth have been much retarded by drouth and the stand is very Abundant showers have fallen in the last few suf ficient tor the present needs of spring gown in South Dakota and Nebraska still suffers from We summarize as follows the reports of correspondents relative to the condition of wheat Illinois 67 per Indiana Ohio Kentucky Missouri Kansas Wisconsin Michigan THE IKAKK HHOUTAGK The Committee Submit a Full KANSAS May committee appointed by the city council to investi gate the deficiency in the city treasury to of the Great Falls hotel learned of this from the and after some de lay in getting advice Washington he started with a warrant for their Be returned to Great Falls late on Satur day night and found the couple had or Banning an Original Paokage May repre enting the Helm Brewing company of ansas who opened up an original ackage business here yesterday was o day arrested by the city authorities barged with violating the prohibiton A plea of guilty was en ired and an appeal bond was refused by ie police Application will be in the submitted its full report The report contained simply the result of the investigation and made no recommendation The report stated that the shortage unaccounted for on the treas urerers books amounted to most of which had been drawn from the treas ury on the personal account of the Peake was present and was aaked if he desired to make any statement in his own He refused to defend himself although he admitted the existence of the liari stating that the investigation had been illegally that the witnesses were examined without oath baing ad ministered and that he had not been al lowed to be present at committee meet The council took no action on the committees report further than to receive and place It on Stafford May it rained here Monday for ten hours and the ground is now thoroughly The price of farms has DOIT advanced 25 per Farmers are intoxicated with delight over the line Your in conversation with several of our leading wheat growers say that if they will have a bushel to the acre there will be They say that wheat was never known to look Corn Is coming to the front Oats are not damaged as and from the present outlook the Santa Fe will have to build about a more cars to haul the grain to the eastern and south ern Now is thetime forEasley to start another emergency rate to the Texas especially to The resubmiBsionlsts had better turn their attention to that that is find a good market for our surplus and not cry that it would pay the Kansas farmer better to have it manufactured into From your article headed KesubmUslon Fiasco it seems that Humphrey does not scare very Your correspondent thinks that the rea son some of the leading resubmisBlonists at Wichita are advocating it so strongly Is they want to get rid of a job lot of sa loan and joint The bootlegging and gambling ele ment have about all closed up in our burg since the new administration has taken Our business men here are enjoying a very nice Our streets were lined with teams on last The Tay lor company are getting the lions share of the tradeThey have one of the most complete and best assorted stocks of goods in the and what you buy from them is not of a shoddy nature like their predecessors were in the habit of hand The people got on to their gentle then they sail they would migrate from the debt ridden Some people get it into their heads that a community would go broke in a month if they pull out for other but that is only imaginary We are in better shape as far as good merchants are than we have ever been since the town was first There was head of cattle un loaded at this point yesterday at the stock a large number of them will be put on full feed and fattened for ship ping to Kansas this alone speaks well for Stafford that we raise plenty and have a good country for stock men as well as The city council at their last regular meeting decided to celebrate on the and a citizens meeting U called for next Friday evening to perlect ar There Is some talk of having our next congressman of the ble Seventh district as orator of the day of how does tbat hit some of you Hutchinson fellows etermined by a or that committee appointed Not In the May of he distillery firm of Henry Shufeldt is says that the persistent rumors eing circulated that they had joined he distilling and cattle reeding trust generally known as the whleky or entered Into any sort of combination with hem are simply sent for the purpose 3f affecting the stocks of the trust in tew and are without a particle of Ford May had seven hours rain This insures the wheat crop and most of the oats will make without any more They found Dalaus injuries so ne rlous that Coroner Button was sent for and yesterday took the mans antemor tem Dolan said that Bam Pauldlng and were drinking in McDermotts place yesterday morning when the without a word of warn put out the lights and began beating him finally pushing him out upon the A miuute later three shots were and Dolan fell with two bullets In his So far as he he he had given McDermott no provocation for the but had before threatened to hurt McDermott was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Pugsley and taken to the village where be was seen He de clared that the shooting was and said that after having abused him for weeks has called at his sa loon last night and acted In an Insulting and disorderly After he had been expelled he pelted the bout e with one of which passed through an upper window and struck the crib in which HcDermotts baby was Then McDermott fired three two of waich took effect Deputy Sheriff Pugsley does not credit McDormotts story of the be cause he found a bullet in a building near by that could not have been fired from an upper McDermott was refused a license last citizens hav ing protested that his place was disor Dolan Is black and blue as to his als face is badly bruised and his whole appearance shows that he received brutal treatment before the shooting The doctors located one bullet in his but did not dare to extract It Is nottioughtthathe can Hngoton May splendid rain last which places Stevens county in the best condition for crops she has yet bad since her first set tlement five yearn Wheat is un doubtedly onethird better than It has been at any time it heading in fine stands thick on the ground and will yield at least twentyfive bush els to the of Dermot has j U9t purchased a new improved header and some twine binders have been purchased by our farmers to assist in harvesting our wheat Corn looks well but a little bucic ward in growth on account ot the cold Oats covers the ground thick and the many fields surrounding this town present a lovely coat of Our city market has been supplied well with early consisting ot and our county the sterling and prosperous exfarmer of Dermot says he will have large quantities of green peas for the market next com bines farming with clerical duties and we can unhesitatingly say makes a success of Our register ot Pette by the way is popular among the would have met with a severe accident last Sunday evening near Yoor this had it not been for their watchful it was he was pretty badly peppered with bail The Hugoton llermts is now published by who assumes control of that staunch Republican has both the ability and means to make this one of the leading journals of the west and we have no doubt but what he will succeed in his new field of THE WORK OF FIRE An Attempt to Destroy the Town of Bowling Duringtoo Flro Several Terrltlo plosions Scattering Frag ments In All Tile Third Zncendlnry Vim Ooenrrfne There Within a Period of Two and all More or Leas One Can Account for the Numerous At tempts to Burn the Kx BKcltement May this morning an Incendiary attempted to destroy the town of Bawling the county seat of Wood twenty miles south of and was partly This is the third incendiary lire two years and all were serious conflagra At A30 this morning a large ice house in the edge of town was discovered In Soon after the alarm was given tire broke out in the center of the town by which several buildings were During the progress of the tire several terrible explosions occured scattering the fragments of buildings in every A number of persons received cuts and It is estimated that the loss in plate and other glass throughout the town will foot up or The total loss by fire is estimated at with a total insurance of There is intense excitement over this work of Ore buga and no one can account for the so persistent attempts to destroy the Short In May the judgment of there is a shortage in the accounts of Thomp caehier of the National to the extent of too state that it will not ex ceed The excitement la greater than any time since when the Bank of Owegan collapsed for Thompsons speculations are the cause of the banks Thompson has lately transferred considerable property to his and deeds of other property executed some time ago have recently been placed on He is vicepresi dent of the Nebraska Banking and Loan doing business at and owns property in New York and Horo Berlona Than May fact that Em eror William has been ordered to re main In his room for ten days as the re sult of his carriage Induces quite general belief that his Injuries are far more serious than his physicians will It is freely predicted that he will not be able to leave his room for a much longer period than that Closed by Ohattel KAHSAS May dry goods establishment of William UBO and till Main was closed this A notice signed by was posted on the door stating that the house was closed under a chattel mortgage on the store fixtures and personal property of Matthews exe cuted ID favor of one Boitlle apachea In BAN May in formation of the murder of Attorney Henry Bardie by hostile Indians near has been received at army headquarters and Miles has issued orders to pursue the Indians and to use the same tactics as were used in the pursuit of That it will placetroopsat Grant and at will closelaon The hostile band consists of Kid and his who were sentenced to ten years in military but after serving a few years were pardoned by President Cleveland and returned to their reserva The civil authorities then tried them and sentenced them to be While being taken to Yuma penitentiary they murdered the sheriff and escaped to They have committed innumerable depredations in that country since their The Baptist Missionary May closing ses It has come In good Nothing damaged as yet by the Corn is looking some of it over the third The building of the Hour mill is pro gressing very rapidly and from present prospeuu the company will have plenty to do this County court has adjourned until The regular terui will not be until bat an extra term will be neid in up as August to there is try and a very fiy catch large slon of the Biptist Missionary society oc curred The nominations made yesterday were Delano ot Illinois reported temperance resolutions deploring the re sults of the recent decision of the supreme and hoping that congress would pass such laws as would render the de cision Resolutions were adopted condemning lotteries as alto gether wicked and declaring no state should license Tonight the educational society began its BepnbUoan fitato ventral May Republi can State Central Committee met pur suant to call of the chairman at the Cope land hotel this afternoon and transacted busineis ot an important There waa a large It was decided to hold the state convention in Topeka September and a call to that effect was The election of other was Attachment i and compWolng bitterly J ot the of proper military pro tec tlpn I of the United SiatU circuit court today HU Condition May condition of extiecretary of War UcOary continues to be HU Illness result from a malignant tumor of the bowels which must ultimately cause The Gothrle Content May Dill and Receiver Barnes today ren dered their decision in the Guthrie con test cases In which the titles to all the Guthrie cases is They decide that the cases of East Guthrie and a part of Capitol Hill were used f r purposes of trade and business before claimed for homestead purpoues and de cided in favor of the This will strengthen titles to town lota and af firmed will give perfect title to the lot docket and they hardly got started the last Nearly the whole of the last term was taken up with whis ky costing the county an enormous night of money and still we cannot stop the sale of Theodore Pilfer was convicted of arson in the first degree and was sentenced to twelve years in the He escaped from the jail Saturday night and has not been caught at this The people here seem to think there Is sometbingstrange about his getting but as Sheriff Bell never goes after a man without him in I should JudgePfifer Is a gone Ru3el and family returned last Friday from an extended business and pleasure trip through Ohio and Ken Bpearevllle May were treated to a soaklnf which insures the small grain to those who are out ot reach of the Irrigating The crops in reach of the canal are simply immense and there is a much greater acreage in proportion to the population than ever Alfalfa harvest will begin this It is really about the most profit able crop that can be The cheese factory Is turning out an extra fine article of full cream cheese and are having a trade in Our merchants report business on a better financial basB than ever The public schools closed a very suc cessful term last A few strangers are coming In on cheap rates and all seem pleased with the coun Our town seems almost vacated at pres At least 100 of our people have been subpoenaed as witnesses in the Cross trial now pending at Fully 200 witnesses are now there from Stevens Much interest is mani fested in the outcome of this celebrated While a large majority think that with the evidence before the court no one can be as it is proven beyond d doubt that Bam Woods planned to get certain parties to go into the Strip to kill the Cooks and and your cor respondent has been told by good author ty that at least three citizens 01 Woods own have made sworn affidavits that he Winners at Kansas KANSAK May meeting of the Northwestern Central Trotting association occurred here today at Exposition The weather waa clear and the track dry and The following is the summary First Dan Kioto Sprague sec Lady Wonder Atlas Halden Davis Marshall Maid dis tanced best time Second purse Addallab Hag gle Almont Black Henry John Hagard distanced bent time Third purse Diamond First Call Eva distanced time Wood offered to pay fifty d d follow the ollais each or men who would follow the Cooks and Kobinson Into NoMansLand and kill Under these circumstances if any one had committed an offence it would seem as if Wood had done at least as much so as any one Copgressional matters are astir in this and as to candidates several are spoken Farmer Smith would com mand the most provided he could be induced to make the Again some U must be a lawyer and old Hallowell is the There U no disputing the fact that in point of ability and Hallowell ie socond to But to some extent the farmers do net want a and if they cannot getacompetent farmer like Smith to will accept of any goad man who in accordance with their fill the Any In my who caters to the Influence of Wall street bankers and monopolists cannot get their votes the The farmers and laboring mer of this county will not longer tolerate a few millionaires to run the country in thoir I am glad to see the hard worked producers and laborers of the country getting together and demanding their just They can only get them by organization and self determination and in this way they can and uot as mony is With K Club and NKW May strike of the Mutual district messenger boys has found its way Into court Fleming was one of those who remained at Yesterday while he was walking through Broadway some one yelled out Three of the strikers stood near by and Fleming attacked them with a heavy stick he Two HcCabe and were hit over the head and sus tained severe Then be turned on a boy named Hazuck with a pocket knife and stabbed him in the left The injured boys were brought to the Chambers Street Today In the Toombs court Fleming was held In for An Dorado Afnn EL May Milton extreasurer of Butler has been missing since April It is supposed he started on a trip to Ar kansas as he had a camping fishing tackle and but reports say he was fishing with a New York on the Ninnescah May The Odd Fellows of this city are spend ing considerable money trying to find but as the whereabouts of Smith are unknown they are at a loss whether to east ot west for the missing Bn rand master and was troubled with heart He is worth considerable Bala at Ballast May fine rain fell here lasting two It baa benefited tba In Mlcott May special to the Qlelt from Grand Pnvinoe of today ex Sergeantat Arms Bllcott of the United States con Kress and a FrenchCanadian woman have been living in Louie parish In the Gulney iiayberry Tiro In Bis Y May 27 a sporting man and saloon keeper nf was arrested at 8 oclock yesterday moinlng on a charge of probably with fatal James an engineer on the New Turk and Hudson The trouble occurred in McDfrmotts saloon early yesterday and conflicting stories of the sbnottog are DoUn wai found on the in front of KoDirmoUa place by Policeman G who took him to hishoueln ward and turn moned Chailet and Perley Ma Weather May Bulle low area that appeared last night northwest of Montana has devel oped Into a decided storm Inclosed by isobar of 29 extending from Nebraska to northern Montana It appears to be advancing rapidly soutbeantward and will reach the lakes by Wednesday night Abnormally high temperature nvor northern guineas and and favorable con ditions exist for thn development of e local storms nnrh of the thirty fifth parallel and from Indiana to Already verv high southerly winds are blowing In Kansas and Western For Kansas Fair followed by rains and local storm increasing southerly and 4P at May of to days rce Un Sir Tried to End HU MASON May an influential and wealthy merchant of waa found late Sunday night in a pasture five miles east his throat out from ear to ear and two ugly gashes in either He is still alive and says thaVthree men were after him to take his and in consequence be attempted self Hli recov ery la The Charge Burst the May people witnessed the third trial of Justins dynamite cartridge The cartridge was fired from a ten ton Blakely ritle of English Dr Jus tin applied the The charge burst the gun and sent pieces of it flying in every No one was Signed the Agreement Hay majirity of the Iowa Indians signed the agreement which the Cherokee commission submit ted There 1s great lejoiolag in Guthrie today owing to this It opens nri for a great deal of Mt MUy of tona racrs to day ana   

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