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Publication: Hutchinson News June 3, 1890

Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 3, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Advertise It will Pay You to Your Business In The DAILY HUTCHINSON Your Business 1 THE IN The Senate Resumes the Consider ation of the Silver The Conference Report on the Army Appropriation BUI Taken tip and Agreed A Unimportant Bills Passed by the Message from the President to Congress on the Subject of Customs Regulations Preliminary Organisa tion of the Army of the Arkansas Public Debt StatementOther Matters OK senate re sumed consideration of tbe silver bill and speaking on the ques said The wage earners of the United States were to be counted by the millions and were the most numerous creditor class of tbe and he believed the largest in It was that class that was now proposed to pay off in cheap or in depreciated standard money and require to pay higher prices for anything they had to could there be anything more likely in all parts of the country at an earlv day to provoke strikes for higher r1 wages TUESDAY JUNE recommended for a uni form system of customs regulations for the classification of imported merchan establishment at Wash ington of an international bureau of In The confers also at ita final session decided to establlih in the city of Washington as a fitting memorial of its a Latin American library to be formed by contributions from the several of geograph ical and llteiary works and official doc uments relating to the history and civili zation of Secretary in his recom mended that congress appropriate f 000 to provide a safe and suitable build ing to receive and protect the proposed Republicans In Gancus June Republi can representatives were again In caucus tonight to consider matters of legislasion pending befoit he The first business in order related to the subject of pensions which came up on an application for instruction rush for the Iowa lands Is already setting One of tbe largest move ments for its settlement is thst of local Knights of They are Bending circulars to their brother knights in all parts of the and from the promises already received seem to be sure of having a colony of fiva or six thousand to enter tbe land and take up a townsite and all adjoining claims It Is known as tbe Brotherhood Townsite Other colony companies are also get ting ready for a rush and are sending ex parts to look over the and tbe best claims are to be secured for KANSAS News and Oosslp Gathered About the Sunflower Farmers and Merchants Prctiarlng for the Wlicnt Harvest In Edwards by the Mori ill and Republican members Sawyer of the k The silver miners of California and Colorado wanted everything about gold struck out and simply to say per more profit Sliver would tolerate no rival near the He believed thst by wise and moderate leg a sufficient amount of silver might be utilized and yet a bimetallc standard be He like to have both and with the expectation that with a very liberal increase of silver and with good management on the part of the treasury department the purity of value would be by silver advancing a good deal and gold receding The confnrence report on the army ad propriatlon bill was again taken up and the question In regard to the provision as to canteens was the conference report being to the effect that Intoxicat ing drink should be supplied in can teens or traders stores in states and ter ritories where prohibition laws y George asked Allison why the f rule should be restricted to enlisted men and should not apply also to Allieon replied that the senator must answer that question for Plumb suggested that the move ment against tbe canteen system was in the interest of the post The whole matter was a fight between those post traders and the If he had bis way about the amendment reported by the be would not stop with tee man who had but would make It apply to every man la the Hale replied to Plumb and said that the movement against the can teen was an honest and serious and did not originate with the post Piurab suggested to Hale that he should Bit down and writs out such a proposition as he would like to see ap plied to himself as well as to Hale replied that the question was one not to be settled by personal al It was a serious and grave question whether the United States gov ernment should for the first time embark in the selling of liquor to ita It was not a question to be settled by a taunt or a uneer or a personal The conference report was agreed 35 8 the nays being Sena tors Teller ana Tbe silver bill was again taken up and Harris addressed the He that he should vote for the free coinage of silver and if he failed in se curing that he should support the nearest market value and by lending money to farmers on their real estate at rate of 2 per a year even if such measures were constitutional he believed they would not benefit the but would prove a serious injury and loss to At the close of Harris speech tbe silver bill went over till and after a brief executive session the senate adj s THE HOUSE June motion of Smith of the rules were and the house passed a bill providing for the expense of tbe trial of Indians from crimes committed on other in the territories to the United The following bills were passed Pro viding for an additional associate justice New Tbe senate bill dividing the judicial district of Kansas into two The Army of the June action was taken today for the organiza tion of tbe army of A meet ing for that purpose was held in the of flee of the secretary of the There were present Secretary Assistant Secretary United and United States Circuit Judge Secretary Noble was made chairman of the meeting and Merrill secre tajy Assistant Secretary Burden and Howard were appoint ed as an executive committee who will conference committee on the disability and service pension which has so far been unable to reach an agreement with the senatorial caucus The points at issue were and after a prolonged and animated discus sion the caucus instructed the repre sentatives ot the house to insist upon the seivlcn pension feature of the bill and to endeavor to secure tbe Inclusion of a provision that no pension shall be for less than 0 per The McComas antigermandcrlng bill was next taken up and discussed at Several of the Ohio members noted their objections to tbe Alter arguments pro and con the matter went over for consideration at another The subject of a national election law was then Lodge and from the special caucus com presented their Lodge favoring a national election law on the general plan of his bill and Row ell recommending the present supervis ory system of safe After an ex planation of the provisions of the two measures the caucus adjourned leaving them as well as the McOomas bill in or der for consideration and action at an other caucus to be held next Thursday The subject of silver legislation was not broached as it was believed that the Republican members had sufficient ly indicated their desire in that respect at the preceding Seeking to Knter the Indian June Rook Island Railway company is asking for legislation to enable it to extend ita line into tbe Indian Territory and The so far as Is now constructed in the territory is known under the corporate name of the Kansas and and the right ot way was granted to that corpoia The Rock Island company holds he first mortgage upon the Kansas and and under a re cent arrangement the entire ownership and control passes to the former com A bill will be Introduced tomor row authorizing the transfer of the Chi Kansas and Nebraska right of way to the Rock the object being to enable the latter company to extend the line already It is understood that extension of the line Is contemplat ed through the Territory to The Report June report ex tensively circulated that a lawyer had unearthed a decision by tbe supreme court a few years ago iu which tbe court OBOP The Condition of Winter Wheat More Favorable In Some June Tha Review will say Late reports from crop corre spondents Indicate that an increased torn perature and diminished rainfall had a favorable effect upon the condition of of winter wheat in certain In many countiea in Illinois and Ohio con siderable improvement has taken place during the past Missouri reports show slight The condition of spring wheat remains practically unchanged in Wiscon sin and South Correspondents report improvement in Minnesota and a correuponding decline in drouth being responsible In the latter Concerning corn In Da Wisconsin and but a small portion of the cropI In Missouri and Kentucky the early plantings are above but the condition is considerably below the average owing to the cold wet weath er in Kansas and Nebraska would probably have equalled the usual average In thin season had it not been for dry weather which until a recent date has re tarded We summarize as fol gro lows Reports received relative to con dition of Illinois 87 Indiana Missouri Kentucky Iowa Kan sas Nebraska A SALMON All the Corner Grogbops kn the West to be Gobbled NEW June London Con tract company and other British syndi cates are still buying American proper In May was expended in buying the following breweries The United South San Willow Brooklyn Oakland ant Hot in California tbe Conrad Seipp the West the and th malt houses of GeorgBjBullen A am tbe Buck Malting company of Chi cago tbe John and the John Gourd of With these breweries the London Contract company controls seventyseven breweries in this country In which has been in A British syndicate is said to be buying all the principal corner saloons in the larger western cities with the object of controlling the liquorinterests in tbe United Western Kansas Physicians Meet at Ness Ulty and Organise a Medical Asuoclatlon County Gltlsens De coration Day at Shipment of Cattle from the Neutral strip to Larned to the leading hardware and implement dealer in received a car lead of Deering twine binders direct from the This s an innovation unparlelled iu the hiitory f Edwards The binders Were mostly sold for cash and were taken to he respective purchasers the day re It is the largest invoice ever re ceived and delivered in in one The procession paraded the prin ciple streets before taking up its line of march to the country where the ma chines will be set up and tested before This Is the kind of street pa rades that are pleasing to the eye and are satisfactory to the business It portends Comforts toe the lowly and pearls to twine In the secret trussed of ladles It is suggestive of bountiful harvests and a cornucopia for the In three weeks music of these binders will be heard on the prairies in a voice sweeter than song as they deftly cut and bind the golden tossing the sheaves hither and to be zathered and garnered by the farmer and his Edwards county this year will yield an old time harvest of thirty bushels of wheat per The solemn brood of care will fade from many a furrowed and the cloud from many a titled deed as well Willey deserves great credit for his fortitude and bis untiring business perseverance and He started business in Kinsley in and has experienced most of the vicissi tudes of a frontier Three years ago the midnight alarm of fire was sounded and Willey arrived on the ground just in time to witness the falling in of bis place of business and With characteristic western pueh and be fore the ashes were cold he began the erection of a twostory brick building on the old site which today is one of the finest in the murdering his brother a Tear The prisoner is confident that there is no case against Sheriffs Williams and Jaycox arrested on the Powder River Tom a fugitive from Montana and South He is said to be guilty of about every crime in the Collins capfrs get for the RIOTOFBAILROAD Italians In New Jersey Reftue to Work Until Overdue Wages Are HAYS June Smith of Atlantic was sum moned by telegraph this afternoon to Rlchland and requested to bring a suffi cient force to quell a riot among Italian laborers on the new seashore short line from Winslow Junction to Cape May The men have not received their money for several They armed them selves with and compelled the company to stop work bv placing obstructions on the track and blocking the engine of the work train The block is at about six miles from Sheriff together with Super visor Charles VanDervener and offi cials of the went to the scene to but the Italians would not let them gel otf the Supervisor Charles Van Dervener alighted from the but was driven back by the and the party was compelled to raturn to re turn te Richland for It is expected that the sheriff and a large gang of men will go to the scene last two She was last seen Tues day when Charles Colhopper visited the house to pay In her room were found about worth of diamond bank deposit books showing a balance of a check on Drexel for bonds worth many thousands more and deeds for several what she died It is not known yet A Prleit on the June Commercial Gazette special from Hanovertown says that yesterday a woman came from Cleveland to the village of three miles east of claim a child held in custody by Father Hen nssey the Catholic priest of the claiming to be the mother of the child and sister of Father The special says that Father Hennesey knocked the woman down and she took refuge with a Father Hennesey pursued her to Me Qrews house and found her and McQrew outside the door and when McQrew declined to go in the house as ordered Father Hennesey knocked her down with a club then old MvGrew ap peared and was felled by the same Father Hennesey fled to ths defleil the officers for a time with a rille but at last surrendered and was placed under A TERRIFIC Totally Destroyed by a Oloud Number of Persons Lose Their and Kot a House Left who took the contract to grade the road from Wluslow to is bid at such a low figure that when he came to settle with tbe several weeks he was several hundred dollars The contractor has made an as signment to the railroad and the men have worked on since that time on promises of When no money was received by the Italians which was general pay they quit and they refuse to allow the com pany to do anything further until they are If the sheriff attempts to dis perse the Italians tomorrow serious trouble is Reduction In East Bound May reduction m east bound freight rates is At a meeting of the Chicago freight committee of the Central Traffic Associa tion today it was decided to reduce the rates on barley and their products to the basis of cents a hundred pounds from Chicago to New tak ing effect June The present rate on these articles is 25 while that on cmtn and corn is 20 The Lake Bbore road took the initiative in this movement and also gave notice of an in tention to reduce the rate on dressed beef from 45 to 40 cents per hundred pounds to took opposite grounds to that held by It on the recent original package decision turns out to be The case de cided several years ago arose out of the exaction by a state officer of a cargo of coal brought into Louisiana by But before tbe coal was taxed a part nf it had been so as will be it is no longer an original In the Iowa case the court distinctly and explicitly stated that its decision applied only to cases where the liquor still re mained untouched in the unbroken pack age in which it had been imported into the It will thus be seen that there is a distinction under the constitution between tbe two Public Debt June following is the public debt statement for the month of May as furnished by the comp troller of the treasury Interest bearing Debt on which Interest has ceased since Debt beat toe no Interest English June Hark Zdno Ex prtM in its weekly review of the British grain trade says English wheats are very The sales during the past week were quarters at 33s 2d against quarters at 29s 5d for the corresponding week of last For eign wheats have lost Reports from Liverpool state that American red wheats have declined Id per Barley is well Corn has dropped Rye has fallen At todaya market Eng lish wheats declined 8 wheats dropped Od on Australian and and Od on Flour was steady Oats were down Corn 3d and beans WKStKKN KANSAS They Meet In Ness City Organize a Medical NESS June Tbe regular physicians of the Thirty third judicial comprising the counties of Wichita and met in Ness City on May for the purpose of organizing a medical which is to be known as the West Central Med ical Association of A goodly number of the physicians of the different counties were present and a highly satis factory meeting was A permanent organization was The follow ing officers were elected for the ensuing term of Ness president secretary of Lane treasurer Rush Dutton for Ness Egerton for Lane coun Woods for Hcott Bond for Wichita The next meeting of the asso ciation will be held in Scott July THE DEADLY Another Victim Added to the List of the Chicago Cable June Lyon was fatally injured yesterday forenoon by a grip train on Wabash avenue near Eight eenth In stepping from one car to another he fell between the platforms and was dragged some distance before his cries attracted the attention of the who stopped the Lyon was unconscious when taken from be neath the where his cloth ing had become entangled in the brake He was terribly bruised and man His spine was dislocated and His ribs and left ankle were also He was removed to Mercy hospital where he died at Lyon was about 22 years old and was the sou of Judge Lyon of He was graduated from Cornell in the class of and came bere to take a position with the Westinghouse His family was Murdered by a Yonthf al Fathers June 10 years who lives with his 18year old wife at 2355 Hanover an noyed this morning by the crying of his snatched him from bis whirled his body over his bead and then grasped the child by the The childs face grew purple and blood began to ooze from his eves and Throwing the inanimate form upon the bed George ran from the He was arrested a few hours later and committed to jail In default of The babe died this Eager was compelled to marry tbe childs mother about three months The First Days WEST June has been the first day of the annual examina tion andexerclses at the United States military The weather was perfect Tbe cadets are being examined in the old time before a very small audience or none at Tbe first class was examined in military practices and science in the library Tbe board at official visitors organized by electing Joseph Hawley pres ident and General Amos Cummings sec The Onfortunate Ones Found Lodged In Tree An Unsuccessful Search for the Cruel Murder at Fort Fatal Conflagration In a Louts Tenement Mississippi Other Crimes and COUNCIL June spe cial to the KonpareU from Missouri val ley chronicles the almost total destruo tlonlof thejvilloge from that point by a huge waterspout Lovelaud is located In Beyer valley in a A terrific storm amounting to a cloud burst passed over the breaking a mile above sweeping down the streets and n3t leaving a house in the The loss ot life as far as has been beard from includes Bales and whose names are now were taken off the tree tops this where they had been swept by the One family was swept past and The search for the missing bodies is so far Further advices tonight from the scene of the Loveland disaster Indicate the first reports probably overestimated In Its Miss Sayles is the only loss of life so far as DEADLY A FntaT Contlaaratlau In a Louis Tene inent June building at 1888 Franklin the second floor of which is occupied as tenement de partment and the lower llaor as a paint was discovered to be on fire at 3 oclock this As soon as the firemen arrived a stream of water was turned on the burning building but no eHort was made to rescue tbe occupants until loud screams from the second story Indicated that there were helpless people The firemen entered and found the family of Bchlethman struggling in the smoke and fiaines m the front Officially Md June board of visitors to the naval academy were of ficially received at The academic board and the officers in charge of other departments assembled at tbe library building at to accompany the superintendent to tbe board house and then accompany the board of visitors in the inspection of the The cadets paraded as a batallion ot infantry with the academy band in the center of the batallion opposite the flags The board was then received by the 00 00 Tgg 947 06Q 00 Total 00 no 00 Total debt lets cub Netcaahin Reduction of doling the v Total cash In treasury ss shown Stafford 00 00 00 select acd announce at a fu ture meeting a president of the society and one vicepresident from each etste which had troops m the army ef the or the army of the Ar all of the members of which will eligible for membership in the new The Seventh army corps badge was adopted as tbe society badge and the constitution and of tbe society of Army of the Cumberland were adopted as the basis of a new constitu tion and Customs June The president congress a letter of tie relative to the recom inundations of the recent PeaAmerican on the subject ot custom day by treasurers general account 00 Blalnes Team Buna June Harrison and Blaine today visited Alexandria and attended services at Christ where Washington As their presence was not at first known the pew formerly occupied by and now reserved for distinguished visi was not opened for While Blaines carriage was waiting for her to return the horses became fright and in the runaway that followed George Elaines was thrown to tbe giound and seriously injured Indian June Indian ap propriation bill for the fiscal year 1801 nas been completed by the house com mittee on Indian It carries an appropriation of a little less than which is somewhat below the ap propriation for the current fiecal It includes items of appropriation for the pay of Indian aqents for fulfilling treaty stipulations and the support of In dian civilization of in terest on trust Beadr for June Bteele has returned from his trip around territory tomorrow will proba bly give oat tbe ofllotsl plums to tbe alter county The Interstate Competition KANSAS June interstate encampment and competition drill opened today under auspicious circum Twentythree companies are already encamped at Camp Holmes and eight more will have arrived when the competitive drills A street parade of the companies oc curred this afternoon and were witnessed by enormous crowds of people gathered all along the line of Tomorrows program consists of a sham battle and a ball at night at Exposition July The farmers are rejoicing on another fine rain last night a little but no damage to The wheat is all headed out and is excellent both in quan tity and Corn is growing fine and is mostly plowed over The old soldiers did honor to the fallen brave on Decoration Day by decorating their Alters being ora tor of the His address was both patriotic and affecting and was listened to with wrapped Ex cellent music was furnished by the Staf ford male and female The city was crowded with And thus another Decoration Day has The farmers in good heart and our city is pros new Our He Took the Fledge and NEW June who died at Bellevue hospital yesterday of heart is a man with a He was taken to the hospital Monday from the National hotel at 148 Third He was seventy years old and came to New York when a boy from Deleware He began life as a tailor and before the war owned the lajgest clothing store In New York The war ruined his business and at ita close he saw his fortune of swept He took to drink and final ly reached the point where his only means of livelihood was distributing cir culars on the A few weeks ago he wandered into the Baptist on Twentythird near Third and was induced to take the Since that time he had lived a Christian life and had been cared for by the who has charge WellPosted NEW June contract la bor inspectors attached to the barge office stopped seven Belgians from land ing They were expert glass blowers and were bound for The men had evidently been posted as to the answer to the Inspectors questions for they were answered with remarkable They will be examined Bchlethman was frightfully burned and was lying helpless on the His wife and two children were also burned and his an old man nearly 70 years of had been smoth ered to death in his Charles who occupied the rear apartments with his wife ana had just left to work and his wife and little son were caught in the Heanno could have but the little boy was so frightened that he ran under the and in the frantic mothers efforts to save tbe child she was dangerously The child was found in an unconscious condition but the mother was able to The Injured were all taken to the Schleth man IB not expected to The recov ery of his two children is also though Sohlethman may pull The damage will amount to George the has been ar ested upon suspicion of having fired the A CKUEL For Befuilng to Live With Him Will Jackson Shoots and Kills Ida FORT June Jackson today shot and killed Ida Dean in a spering and putting on future Is brightly fore Oregon June re turns from the state indicate tbe re election of for con gress by from to majority The vote en governor will be bu the returns received seem favorable to The Republican will have probably a majority in the leg islature on a joint of the The BNal Brlth June grand lodge of the Independent Order of BNai Brlth assembled in the hall of the hoaee of delegates The tlme of the con vention today was chiefly consumed with the usual routine work not of general in terest to the Long may it Decoration Day at June Decoration Day was observed in Lamed with more than usual The under command of and the decorated the opera house Henry Booth was the orator of the day and delivered a fine Miss Myrtle Carr gave a very appropriate Tim of and Bell Worrell of the Kansas City were among the prominent persons in at A Receiver June county treasurer and a well known poli was agreed on by the attorneys and appointed by Judge Collins receiver of the Chicago Gas Trust company and tbe Chicago Gas on bonds of The Vint EL June Beay will open the first term ot United States district court here tomorrow the first district court organized m Okla homa The Weather June un til 8 Kansas followed In tbe afternoon by showers cooler southerly Married Blm Despite June fall a young Englishman named Montague who was engaged as bookkeeper for tbe Lyon Judson Hardware com left the city After his departure it was learned that he bad stolen from bis He was traced to but the detective lost all trace of him At the time he left be wan engaged to be married to a beautiful young girl named Edna the daughter of who moved in the best It was thought that Bayners dishonesty had caused tbe girl to break the engage but recent developments show that this was a About a month ago the girl went home ostenubly to visit relatives in Atchlson but it was diBCOvered that instead of going to visit her relatives she went to Baynesand married They are now living in Xiooklng foe the Entombed June water in South Wllkesbarre where eight mail were entombed on March was and an explor te tonight and are now looking for the The result of tbe exploration is watched with intense manner especially He had been all the forenoon trying to persuade the woman to come and live with him they having lived to gether She persistently de clined to do so and turned to leave the room when Jackson diew a pistol and fired and followed the woman up as she ran Into the Having emptied his revol ver he stepped into the house to supposing the woman still remained in the but discovering that she bad escaped through a window he followed her on the street where he shot her twice as she lay on the sidewalk and with uplifted bauds imploring him not so shoot hen certain ot her death he kissed partly pumped out to day i ing party entered the mini Not Up to the June Evans state house brought suit today in the district court against on the grounds that Kepley failed to furnish material for the steps and main platform of the main entrance up to The dam ages asked for amount to Brought to to June Osborne Dunn of this city came in to night over the Santa Fe with twentyone car loads of numbering about 700 These cattle came from the Strip to be pastured bere during the Western Outlaws Baa A Lincoln detective yesterday captured near bete George charged with A Chinese KANSAS June a wealthy Chinese physician 10 years of age was married today to Ah a pretty Chinese girl 17 years Chung Sing sent to San Francisco for a wife and paid for her to her deputy or her parents residing in The preliminary rites were according to the Chinese but the marriage ceremony followed the American This is the first marriage of tbe kind to occur in this A Knife June morn ing about 10 oclock a triangular duel with between Charles Dennis Germain and McKrlm occurred in this in which Germain was cut in several though not All the parties to the difficulty were her and then shot himself left but not arrived and arrested the murder as be lay bis Found Dead Amid Her June fay Betftie Hi yean was found dead In her bed this afternoon In her handsomely furnished rooms at 878 North Eighth It is supposed bat she had been dead at least two The cause ot death is but no violence Is Schuyler bad Hred alone tor tbe Bjr the Morphine June Mas one of tbe oldest residents of tbe committed suicide yesterday after noon by taking Immoderate drinking and a business reverse are sup posed to have been the Fonnut to a NEW OHM June Ilolan of Cincinnati defeated Tommy Burke of Boston in a fight to a finish with fiveounce gloves before tbe Athletic club tonight for a purso of Must Atop BU Press BEBLIN June emperor has i i formed Prince Bismarck that if he does not stop bis press the result will be Beer June Frank of 1085 Allen was cut in tbe right over the left eye and on the left side of the neck and seriously several arteries being at oclock yesterday by an unknown a quarrel on Geyer avenue and Tenth Accord Ing to the story just learned by the police the wounded man and four companions were canning beer in front of 1012 Geyer when two men paising and picked a They moved on after a but were followed by Kaoipiger and bis friends and the dis pute was Kampiger received the cuts in the after which the strangers ran Qlnvestigation by the police led to tbe arrest of Alexander Schumacher of 1012 Geyer Herman Schinkle and Henry all friends of the wounded who were present at the and are charged with having been implicated in the the police having conclud ed that the first story is is cut the but not The trio are held for fur ther Wlnnejva at June winners nf todayu laces at Lttonia are Uncle and Wlunont sit Morris Park MOKBIS June ol todays races are Mary dtll Service Md Arab NEW Jane The Pica punas special says a negro man named George Stevenson at tempted an outrage on a Derman a few miles north rf this Ho was and after comparing tracks made bis and finding ihttm to the same be Two started to Augusta to put the brute jail about eight miles from dark thirty or forty men overtook and took the negro and banged tree about fitly ;

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Location: Hutchinson, Kansas

Issue Date: June 3, 1890

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