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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 29, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                It will Pay Yon to Your Bualnesa In he DAILY NEWS HUTCHINSON Advertise Easiness IN THE THURSDAY MAY IN je Bill Providing for tUe Bala of Liquors Before the House Passes the River and liar I bor Bill and thon Adjourns Until Conference Report on the Army Ap propriation Illll Presented and Wlth to be Called ap Again rational Railroad the Bouse FreRl lent and JParty Kn Bonte to Cleveland Other reinrking that the senate was In no condition to pass a temperance the motion was agreed to and the senate May senate eeded with the consideration of the providing that the Bale of intoxlcat quote shall be subject to the laws of hveral I Faulkner expressed himself as in of doing of passing Ibill that would relieve the situation confronting The ques Ihad been discussed as 1 it only af 1 Iowa and other prohibition states it affected all those high license states in ar local II If he understood tly the decision of the supreme k involved the question whether or statecould collect a revenue from ense or could permit its bs to have local or could bit the truffle in intoxicating liquor he himself believed the people of Ite that the high license sys fras the true method of dealing he He had given notice I somewhat similar to ubstitute reported by the judiciary providing that as soon as the IB or spirits was delivered to the Ignee at the place of destination all laracterletlcs as an article ot com ic should cease and it should become let to state Pugh argued in favor of the bill defeat of the bill would leave the in a most serious believed that the states had the pow rlthout any legislation by bntrol the sale and use of intoxicants their Call expressed hia sympathy with The states should have abso of the question of traffic of catlug liquors and was willing to br any bill which would attain that fall surrendered the floor to presented the conference i the army appropriation Igalls inquired what had been regard to the prohibiting ile of alcoholic beer or wine said that the provision had i modiiied so as to read that no alcoholic beer or 6 should be sold or supplied to en id men in any canteen or post traders in any state or territory in which ale of beer or wine is pro ed by gives away the e suppose that the senator Iowa means to be understood that enate conferrees found it necessary Id to house conferrees do so wish to be under of no one will 0 understand thai this is an entire oder of the proposition is a surrender of the 01 of the army of the United States ie different states in which troops happen to be the senator from Hampshire and the senator from BS say that the committee surrend the whole question I must be per iod to disagree with Of course provision only applies to states and Itories where the prohibitory law pro THE HOUSE May house went into committee of the whole on the river and harbor appropriation After the adoption of some and the re jection of other unimportant amendments the committee rose and reported the bill to the Dockery of moved to re commit the bill with instructions to the committee on rivers and harbors to re port It back with the Hennln canal clause stricken but the motion was lost and the bill was then passed without An adjournment was ordered from to morrow until and the house then NATIONAL Meetlns of the Itallroad Commissioners of the Various May national con vention of railroad commissioners met here Judge the chair man of the interstate was elected The report of the com mittee on appointed at the last was The report among other that the main features of the In terstate Commerce law be made a part of the laws of the different The days session was consumed in discussing a series of resolutions embodying the views expressed in this During the session a statement com piled by the statistician of the Interstate Commerce was submitted to the showing the number of persons killed and Injured in railway accidents in the United the year ending June This state ment shows that during that time persons were killed and Of the number killed were emplo 310 were passengers and were denominated The statement further says The rail ways of the United States carried passengers during the from which it appears that one passenger in every was and onn pass enger in every was The number of railway employes in the United States is to antagonize the dresued beef monopo ly as they call the enterprise of Armour and others engaged in shipping dressed Charles James of Resolutions were adopted fa ition of a nation trade market to be place on all homedressed meats and in favor of the Conger lard HIQHKR Wheat Bound to Command Higher Price This KANSAS May Star will say this evening Wheat will command a high price this The reasons for this are crop of winter wheat will fall below the shortage will be so great as to require all spring wheat raised to fill leaving lit tle or no wheat for The esti mated crpp ot wheat is bush Of this bushels n surplus on the Pacific The government crop report of May placed the yield of winter at of which three states nest of the Rockies will produce XX This loaves lushels east of the Since May worse conditions have reduced the yield This estimate is Liquor In the Bouse May news papers have called attention to the fee that intoxicating liquors have been soli in the house Speaker Reet today issued an order that the practice should The order ie teinporar and is intended to give the speaker an GENERAL Olty Treasurer Poako Tenders Bta It Is Accepted and the Mayor Immedi ately Appoints Another to Fill the Ann Arbor and the Employes of Irankllns Circus Hare a Battle with Whloh Results In a Few broken on Both Klin berMyatery Molnes Art ist Fatally Stabbed and KANSAS May Treasurer Peake sent hie resignation to the mayor this evening at G In hie resignation Peake says that on his bondsmen made an examina tion of his accounts and found them to be At that he he turned the office of cashier over to his chief in whom he had Implicit confi When the shortage uf was found in his accounts he ho as conservative and eaves a crop of bushels In he winter wheat The population n these states is The wheat acreage is Therefore the requirements for consumption and seeding or one year are bush els or bushels more than the If the yield of spring wheat a as large as last year it will be 000 For consumption and seed ing the requirements will be bushels which leaves a surplus of 000 Of this bushels all but bushels will be required to fill up the shortage in the winter wheat Therefore it will be readi ly seen that the price of wheat is bound to be neir tonight a bar who was objectionable to the tiouse was ejected from the In the quarrel which ensued the whole fam ily set upon Lewis and assaulted him ia such a manner that he cannot John struck him over the head with a fracturing his He and his father and others were INDORSE TUB German Oathollcl Uphold the Demand for a Betarn to the Papal May a late hour last evening the following declara tion of principles was adopted by the mass meeting of Catholics in this city the members of the first state convention of German Catholics ol consider It our highest to assure all Cath olic his Pope Leo of our unconditional submission to the infallible teachings of Christs representative and successor of and do assure his holiness of our unconditional submission to his fatherly and loving Together with our humble we express here our most ardet wish that the so just much surprised as He does not deelre to give but the im pression that he is not to blame for the deficiency and he would not shift the blame on other but he does he to assure the people ol Kansas City that he was innocent of any wrong that it was net his purpose to defraud the tax He states that under the charter he ought to have been permitted to be present at toe hearings of the investigating committee to have crossexamined the whose testimony ought to have been given under These rights were denied he with the purpose of his su periors in authority to railroad him out of he he sends to the mayor Lie The mayor to night appointed Charles Seidlitz paying teller of the German American bank to act as treasurer until a special election can be called and Peakea successor and moat sacred duty the common Father of opportunity to learn exactly what andmoat reasonable demand of the holy ing the joint rules have in the matter Ifftth6r nU the patri and what the sentiment of the bouse The order went into effect immediately and Us effect was at once noticed in a considerable dlmunltitnx the number strikes me that the Taage adopted is a substantial sur fer ot the senate provision and that f fmy canteen will remain in substan full and if it should be so rstood by the if not I hope it will 3 so r more this matter is i the more obnoxious it appears to f Either the control of the army so i the sale of intoxicating liquors is breed ought to be in the United Is or it ought not to Borne irs ought not to be allowed to have i to the flowing bowl and the festive en and other soldiers denied The army ought to be Icted to one system of Con I ought either to say that all soldiers have an opportunity ot getting or that none shall have the oppor If the provision reported by the Irence committee is not whipping evil around the I must say II never saw that process 1 proposition to leave the pi of the question to legislation seems and s the senate is concerned it would eat deal more to relinquish the whole Ibsolutely and to have the provls tuck out rather than to have it f ted or Mliflon withdrew the report and would call it up to morrow morn consideration of the bill as to in prohibitory states was resumed Call concluded his Pierce criticized the arguments of of the Democratic senators and an argument in support of the Turpie said that in his opinion the e of the United States had under the itutlon no duty whatever to perform he and with respect ie transpar auzy or image of of customers in the restaurant who are accustomed to drink beer with their Kn Route to May president and consisting of YlcePresident Secretary Postmaster General Secretary Attorney General Representative McKinley and Marshal left Washington at oclock this evening on a special train over the Pennsylvania rood to attend the Garfleld memorial services at Cleveland on Decoration Blaine cannot He sent his Illinois the prohibition convention today there was a long discussion on the question of nominating a candidate for United States senator and the matter was finally left to the state The com mittee on resolutions reported and the following are the most important points favored Control of the railways and tele graph lines by the suppres sion of all trusts and free coinage of silver and all money to be issued by the government a tax on luxuries and not on Far mer Haaf of introduced a reso lution denouncing the Mcf bill as an infamous outrage and gotten up by the Republicans curred at the last e the report was After the nomination of a full state ticket the convention adjourned sine Kansas LA May reception was tendered the Kansas pioneers of 1854 this afternoon by and Paul A notable company was pres ent and interesting letters were read from absent Among others WashingtonSamuel Brown and Hutch Addresses were made by John Simpson and An organization of Kansas pioneers was effected and annual meetings will be held many of Peter or the annexed papal in accord with the allwise uidance of God be returned during the f ettme at his holiness to the religioue Tbe convention recognizes the duty f Catholics as members ef the church nd points out the sacrifices made by Catholics in defense of the in egrity of the union and concludes we ully endorse the resolution adopted by lie convention of Catholic benevolent ocietlea of the state in reference to the iennett law endorsing the same in all leir pay the debts in Action on Too Much Study Killed NEW May Brunis aged a pupil in the Newark lublic high died suddenly of poplexy the result of over He was found unconscious in the treet near his home with a severe bruise upon his and after his death he rumor was started that he had been illed by a stone thrown by the driver if a wagon on which he was trying to teal a Several persons of good character told ae detective that they had seen the boy all and that no one had struck The iruise on his forehead was probably aused by bis bead coming in contact with the A post mortem examination was held nd it was then ascertained that the boy had an unusually large brain and that its ondition showed that the boy had died f He had been studying tight and day in anticipuion of grada ing next that it is called the moral sen behind prohibitory he i belieye that we had the denom of coin small enough to measure r further debate a motion to disclosed the of a lotion again renewen with a and Blair Main moved to LookingAfter the May The Canadian government has decided to again vigor ously enf ore the terms ot the convention of in reference to the Atlantic fish eries against those United States fishing vessels which take out modus vivent1 The protective cruisers have been ordered by the fisheries depart ment to be got ready for sea immediately and the Vigilant will proceed from Hall fax to the fishing ground this The Honey May The American Baptist educational society met in annu al session taia The point o chief interest was thi announcemen that the society bad raised the nuceasary to supplement the given by Rockfelder ot Cleveland for a Baptist university in The Butchers May The Butchers National protection Auociation la now holding a convention Tbe aim i Ana Arbor Btudente attempt to Wipe Out a Olrcus and ffat May special from Ann Arbor says that during a performance of Franklins circus last evening 300 stu dents from the state university guyed the When the performance was finished and most of the audience dis persed the students who remained iu the tent gave the college yell This demonstration was at once fol lowed by an attack from about twenty circus men armed with clubs who ad vanced shouting their war cry Hey The surprised by the fell back with several broken but soon In the melee several pistol shots were fired and a cir cus man shot in tha It is eald ten students apd as many circus men are in the hands of physi Several arrests of both circus men and students have occurred and none of those injured are supposed to be There is intense excitement at Ann VOUNOa TALK OF tie 8avs Sailors Were Triced and Fed on Bread and NKW May Youug formerly a cabin boy on board the ship John arrived In this yesterday oil the manofwar Fensacola with a let ter from United States Consul Dlm mlck at West which said he had been left there by his ship to prevent his appearance against Captain Harvey Stewart and Mate Phelan for terrible cruelties indicted upon certain members of the The lad appeared before Commissioner Shields to make a complaint against the captain for defrauding him of his Marshal John at the com missioners sent a deputy mar shal with Young to the ofllce of Shipping Commissioner at 25 Pearl and the latter will cause an inves tigation to be made as aoon us ship John Harvey The boy had not a cent iu his pocicet when the ship sailed away and lelt him in Barbados and Consul Dimmick had put aboard the All his with the exception ol what he had were left on the John Person on board the Penaacola presented him with a little money and an outfit The clothes did not fit him to but he seemed contented with them and did not seem to mind their being several too United Slates District Attorney United States Marshal Commis sioner Shields and others chipped iu and raised for the boy to help tide him over the time pending the arrival ot the John when he will try The Klmber Mystery May Kimber mystery was cleared up this morning by the finding of the unfortunate young En glishmans body in large reservoir which supplies Montreal with His throat was cut and around his was tied a The body was identified by a name on the clothing and was taken to the Kimber came to this coun try In February and is kaown to have been in possession of considerable money in notes and a letter of credit to a Que bec firm which was never He arrived at Halifax and coming to Mon treal he stayed at the Grand Central That Kimber met with foul play receives confirmation from every circum stance of the An Orlslnal PaohaKe May nret iriginal package house to be opened in he city commenced operations at noon to lay and has sold a large quantity ot io attempt at arrest has been though a great deal of indignation is ex Little prospect is seen of in erfenng with the establishment so long as it keeps within the law as interpreted general and the supreme A False EL May evening a local paper in this city printed what purported to be a letter from mayor of the giving notice of his The letter contained statements which who was out of town at the time of publica denounces as absolutely false and The according to is a forgery pure end Smith has no intention of to get the wages due him Tne boy had in his possession a state ment drawn up by certain members of the crew which told in a matter of fact way of their troubles with tao It sets forth that the John Harvey left last bound for Brazil and On 1 she encountered a ter rible Waeelmou Pierson dur ing the squall donned an oilskin coat to protect himself from the which was blowing about in sheets and blind ing it is mude a sarcastic remark about a true seaman not needing any such protection from the Pierson retorted that he guessed the captain had used an oilskin coat in his younger and the o it is drew back his fist and bit 1ier sonontne Pierson cried out to the captain not to strike him say 1 am at the wheell The captain did hit and tieaman Jack who had came urged Pierson to return the Mate Phelan struck Smith in the felling him to the and when he got up chased him around the house with a Smith finally turned on the mate and they bad a lively The whole ships crew were now but none of them interfered with the Tbe mate got Smith down and sat upon his continuing to maul and beat Seaman Charles not wishing to see Smiths face beaten out ot all hu man attempted to when the captain pulled a revolver and ordered htm to stand back or he would put a bullet through him quicker than was n ot deterred from trying to stop the and the captain The bullet ploughed a small grove in the mans scalp just over his He retired from the fray to have his wound In the morning they were put in irons and chained to the Btauchion between where they were kept for twenty two days and fed on bread and ex cept for what little food was smuggled to Captain Stewarts two daughters were and it seems they did not approve of the harsh treatment their father was inflicting upon the They got the boyYonngto smuggle such been degraded from bis rank as sergeant for some and this rankled in his Early last week he called at the Central office of the at 20 Murray in company with two other and demanded that the wages of all the boya in the companys service be Increased to a Ryder refused to comply with his whereupon McLean left the office in a threatening dire venge Kyder attributes all the dis affection among his boys to McLeans and says he shall leave no stone unturned to have the ex sergeant There were several scrimmages m the vicinity of the Hew York office yester but things quieted down before The boys In this how prophesy fresh trouble Many boys to avoid trouble worked with out uniforms At the headquarters ot the American District Messenger company it was said that all their boys hud returned to Hundreds of Lives In NKW May people were hurt and there came near being a general oanic yesterday afternoon among the who were returning from the races at Gravesend on the steamer River The vessel careened into shallow water just on Bay and many people on the upper deck were thrown down aa the boat wabbled from side to Several of were trampled upon by the ex cited who rushed wildly There were many ladies and children in the throng that thoroughly crowded the They were badly frightened and screamed for but hundreds of men struggled and jostled past without helping and added to the general confusion and For a few minutes it looked as though there would be a general and if there had been many lives would have been lost The crew and police and a few of the male passengers who didtt lose their headx struggled manfully f calm the frightened and finally suc ceeded in assuring the passengers that there wag no When quiet had been restored the passengers were divided equally on each side of the and she made her way slowly to the pier and without further It WKS a narraw escape for all on Another Prisoner May AT AN Tbe Northwest Passenger Were all Adjusted The Roads Kiting an Agreement to Restore Rates to the Tariff of December The Restoration Ooea Into Krfeot on 1O andnoBoad Con Withdraw Except on Thirty Days NoticeToe Situation In the Southwest Bemalos With the Matter Bestlna Entirely With Jay NBW difference in regard to passenger rates in the north west were all adjusted today and an agreement was signed by all the roads to restore passenger rates to the tariff in effect on December The restoration goes IntoeHeot Juna No road can withdraw except on thirty days It was signed in Chica go by the officers ot all the whose executive officers could be reached there and then vicePresident of the Atchison road brought it to this He presented it today to Presi dent Oaks who signed for the Northern Pacific and Wisconsin Central rtwis and then after the St Paul directors voted in favor of it President Miller of that road added his The situation in the southwest con tinues The parties having charge of the movement to adjust rates in that section state that the matter rests entirely with Jay If he orders his subordinates to restore rates the other roads will follow at The Rate War to May end of the western passenger rate war is at A meeting of the general passenger agents of all interested lines will be held tomorrow afternoon for the purpose of fixing a date for the restoration of The Wisconsin Central his yielded and is now ready to become a member of the new association without any stipulation as the to speed of trains between Chicago and It has already signed the This removes the only ap parent obstacle to the establishment of peace and there is no reason to doubt that the ten days notice required by law will be given tomorrow of an advance in passenger ratoa throughout the terri tory where they have been who fatally stabbed John Cull in this village on 25 was found guilty of murdar in the tlrst degree and was sentenced by William Adams this morning to be put to death in the manner described by the laws of the state during the week beginning July In the case of Frank who shot and killed his Alfred of John the prisoners entoreda plea of in sanity and Judge Adams appointed Judge Jamas of Brigham Hall insane and Mar tin of a commission to inquire into Laments mental condi Did They Kill the Baby May Annie twentysix years and Charles twentynine years were arrested to night on a charge of Last Thursday the body of a full developed male infant was found in a traveling bag in two feet of water ttt the old The woman claims that Lane was the father of the which he Stabbed and BASH NATIONAL At Base 4 Pittaburg 8 Pltisburg and At the end of the sixth inning the game was called on account of At 0000000 1 DBS May an artist formerly connected Callahan was found in his studio fatally His pockets had been rifled and the contents of his trunk were scattered indi cating that the deed waa done for rob The crime is completely en as cake and In to the The captain found out what they were doing and ordered them to stop sending the men food of any Several of the crew begged Young to take some of their rations to the and be did Mitchell County Farmers May Couuty Alliance today elected four del egates to the congressional convention to be held at Hill June they were instructed for a pro hibition Republican of this The resolutions are ot the usual form oppose favor woman suffrage and urge the passage of the regulating the original package Alabama May Democratic state convention was called to order at today by Chairman Tompkins of the state central Davidson for temporary chairman was unanimously The convention is divided to Kolb and anti Feasting Over Their May latest news from the Iowa reservation is that the Indians are feasting as the result of their trade and that the commission is ready to proceed to the Sacs and Fox country the wagons being packed ready for the Winners at May at todays races A Fugitive KANSAS May was received today at the offices of the Austin Investment company that Elsa the confidential clerk who ran away with belonging to bis em has been captured by detectives at from whence he will be brought to this city for Convicts May Jack son and two trusted con victs escaped from the penitentiary to They sandbagged the door robbed him of and They were both Incendiaries and were serving thirty year Tbe captain on learning of this put Young in irons He afterward re leased but made him quit the cabin and go to work When the ship reached Barbados the ships crew called the attention of United States Consul Dimmick to the punishment In flicted upon the two seamen and he bad them On May the captain gave Young two shillings to go ashore A man came on board that afternoon and told Young that the consul wanted to see He went ashore and bad a talk with The captain while he was there came in and oad the chip not sail until Young did not go aboard that and the next morning the ship was He and Smith were both left Consul Dimmlcks letter given to Young as he was placed aboard the Pen sacola states that be is not a deserter and it seems that he was left at Barbados to prevent his possible appearance as a witness against the Itamsey Still at May Kllileaa detectives sought high and low in Brook lyn yesterday for a trace of David Ram the young carpenter or rea sons that he has not disclosed and which have not been make quite en tered the house of the wife who refused to live with him and whose neck he per forated with a aSJflalibro bulled He sought in person and searched by but could not get woman or child to admit a knowledge of any such The detectives returned to the station at about three oclock hot and and thoroughly impressed with a belief that somebody had been playing roots with They are In clined to suspect that the wounded woman IB not so anxious to get Davy into where he might have an un pleasantly inquisitive as she claims to and they point to her past record aa vindication for this This suspicion is shared by some At the boarding house In West Forty fifth street Ramsey was reported as doing as well as could be Trouble Among NEW May point to a big strike in the cloakmaking trade this The both male and are dissatisfied with present conditions and It is said by the workers that after de feating the union in 1886 the Cloak Man ufacturers Association fell to and that when the manufacturers found that the union was getting on its legs a movement wss started to 4 Cincinnati 4 Cincinnati and At New New Base York 7 Chicago York 7 Chicago and At 1 002000 5 Base 17 Cleveland 6 Cleveland and At 3 Base Chicago 5 Boston 8 Boston KHroy and Game called at the end of fifth inning on account of reorganize the old It is also said that the manufacturers have learned that the operators Intend to demand higher and that they propose to fight the union and try and destroy it by a lockout Tbe contract between the employers and the union expired a short time ago and members of the union say that sales men have been called back from the rood in anticipation of Should a strike or lockout take place from to operators will go out of the Races at Kansas KANSAS May This was the econdday of the initial meeting of the Northwestern Central Trotting tion a high wind made the time A summary of the races is as follows First Three minute class trot pur His Condition Improving KANSAS May condition of exSecretary of War McCresjy bos greatly improved during the past twentytour hours and his physicians have strong hopes of his complete re C a 2 a Bsrtholdl i 3 3 Billy Wells 341s lllly cla ass trotting purse Found May Jury la the casu of President Classen of the Sixth National bank returned a verdict this eveniug of A motion tor a new trial will be made by Classens Knded ia a KANSAS May a dance at the house ot John Kemp at Kosedale That Messenger Boys NBW May general manager of the Mutual District Messenger expressed the be lief yesterday afternoon that the back bone of the boys strike was Ryder added that the total number of boya on strike would not exceed and that a majority of these were willing to go back to work and were only re it rained from doing so by the fear of being thumped by the big boys who were engi neering the Ityder said the cause of all the rebellion was William an ex sergeant connected with the office at 36 New McLean bad recently At 0107828 Base 6 New York 5 New York and At Base 6 Ptlttsburg 8 Plttsburg and At 1110530 Base 12 Philadelphia 3 Philadelphia Bad At Base 5 Toledo 0 Toledo and Llttteuowe i i i HoldenDavls 2 2 ii Cora McGregor 3 S a ReiUlond t 4 4 Jolly Dick 4 a 5 J Winners at May of the Latonia races were Glockner and Prince The May gales have occurred during the day from the Indian Territory northeastward to Lake Including the states of Kan Iowa and Wiscon Forecast till 8 Thursday For wiuds shifting to cooler TOou by he May championship tennis match between Thomas Petit of Boston and Charles Saunders of KngUnd was continued here Petit won three out of four sets   

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