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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 4, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                FwiUPayYouto Your Business In he DAILY HUTCHINSON Advertise Your Business IN THE WEDNESDAY JUNE IT mil e Wilson Bill Almost Certain to Become a it IR the Opinion of the Leaden of Both Parties in the h License at the Far BeaehlnaEffect of the Beoent Buprorae Court Join Hands With the ProhtbltlonUte and Work for the age of the Speaker Reed Deter mined to Exclude Lilqaon From the Bill of Fare of the House Other June It the general opinion of the lead inhod then the money of the people would substantially be lettin their That which was left in vaults might just as well be His object in fa voring the abolution of tbe sub treasury was to hnve alt the money of the people in tbe channels of business as It was before the passage of the Independ ent in He would not advocate the deposit of the government revenues with the na tional banks without adequate security for the whole amount That would certainly be much safer than the present Another reason for tbe change would be that the money would be handled by tbe national banks without any cost to the government and tbe saving this effected would aggregate several hun dred thousand dollars per He did not favor the repeal of the independ in the house of both that the Wilson bill will ent treasury for the purpose of is puspost bene fitting the Bis puspose was wholly In the interest of the people and to Increane the circulation for their ben and occurred at It was a fair on of tbe battle small Fort fought during the Eight z mave companies represent ing the French commanded by lug vuu v rvuuu ni uuiuu Hogle of slsted rjy four companies o as if held the fort against three charges by fourteen coinpinles of inffcntry repre senting the Prussians under command of George Howard of The fourth charge was the successful The competitive drilling commenced to day and will continue throughout the the house and become a In an ijerview to Speaker Reed stated he would see that the bill is brought He is In favor of the measure hlskn it will Party lines are drawn on the bill at Iher are its supporter confined be Owing to the far thing effect of the decision many i license men are affraid that it will 9 disastrous to license laws as it is to hibltery As a result they favor IWilson bill and are here working far fhe Wilson as It passed senate provides that all distilled or other in heating liquors or liquids transported any state or territory for con sale or storage on ar Bkl In such state or or remain be subject to the operation 1 effect of the laws of such state or litory enacted In the exercise of the Ice power to the same extent ana in same manner as though such liquors been produced in such Btato or ter and shall not be exempt therefrom treason of being introduced In original jpkage or day the newspapers called Speaker ds attention to tbe fact that his fa us order atopping the sale of liquor in riouse restaurant was being violated was tbe first intimation he had re yed that the order was not being ctly The order was not in ded for bumcombe bnd he proposes it shall be To morrow be 1 call the keeper to and an Creating seance is THE June resolution kred yesterday by for Investigation by the committee on pries into tbe management of the fish pmissloners waa taken Plumb opposed the he filled r day with abuse or misrepresenta of government officials and resolu i might be cffnred for the purpose of Bleating those officials or whitewash Edmunds replied to Plumb aid he did not believe that the com fisheries wouli whitewash any The flub commissioner was not uu ptbe control of any other great de nent of tbe government as he bght it ought to be and there was no ct authority anywnere except in the SOB of congresd to make official iiy into bis There has ently appeared in a responsible news er a report not a vague cusation of nepotism and misconduct Itb definite specifications and the tmes of persons who had been appoiat and displaced in the office of the fish mmisaloner in order to get in a family ing to the great detriment of tbe gov He had heard enough about e matter to believe that the story was irtly true and partly untrue and as wished to known about At the close of Farwells speech the silver bill was ngaln laid aside and the fortification bill taken The amendment to Increase the appropriation for rifled coast mortars from to waa agreed to Without further action on the bill the senate THE HOUSE June motion of Perkins of senate bill was passed changing the boundaries of the reeervation of the Uncompahgre Tbe bouse then proceeded to the con sideration of the Alabama contested election case of McDufl Comstock of openec the discussion with an argument in favor of tbe claims of the Crisp ot presented the claims of the Burger ot New spoke for McDufl and Oats of Alacams for Pending further debate thi house The Pension June a tfclk yesterday between Senator Davis am Representative chairmen of th two committees on It was be lleved an agreement would be finally an formally reached to But when tb house conferrees came up this moruin with the instructions of the caucus of last night to maintain th principle of service pensions it was man ifest that an agreement could not be ee sured under those conditions and a vote to report the disagreement to tbe re BDective was The service pension feature was th only one of importance on which tb conferrees could not The Tariff June Alli Hlscook and Jones of the sub committee of Republicans of the Ben ate finance today continued the consideration of the tariff The items In the wood schedule were exam OUTWITTED TUB A Pickpocket Oleverly Escape With Hla Geptore June Wilson of Grand New who was ar rested in Luthern Long eatarday for picking acle a clever escape from the constable iwhoso charge he had been plaeed to e taken to the county jail ai Long stand after his was taken bc ore Justice Scbumaker ut nd upon his being positively Identified y Ferdinand of 21 Austin who had a gold watch and by George of 46 Ninth Now whose 80 watch was as the man who ncked their p he waa committed o tbe county jail to await the action of he grand Constable who had him in A Sensational Report on South Carolinas Election A Majority Report In tbe Case of Miller Elliott Submitted to the House It Dlicloeei the Faet that t2ie Entire litratlon and Election Lam of that State are HUM Law and the Oonitltotlon Held to Con flict With Beiard to the Rights of Minority Beport Not let June majority report in the case of Miller vs Elliott from the Seventh South Carolina district was submitted to tbe house committee on elections this morning by Chairman The report is somewhat sensational In that at the very beginning it declares that the ecttre South Carolina registration and election laws are The basis for the declaration as stated in the dians At yesterdays meeting the Indians offered to accept 200 acres each and an cere for the It is believed that the Indians and the com missioner will get together ultimately and come to an The Sacs and Foxes already have to their credit in the United States treasury and are very schooner and while attending to their trawls missed the schoon er in the fog and were four days with out food or water when recued by One of the men had both fetit badly The French Consul at this port has taken the men under his report poses is a that the state law restriction upon im the assisted him into his in tending to drive him to L ing Island but before starting be stopped at the door of bis house to tell his wife where he was As he did so Wilson seized tbe reins and whipped up the and efore the constable knew what had happened Wiljon was out of and up to a late hour this evening bad not been Wilson was hand cuffed when he was last Orenou ined and passi j and then the sugar schedule was laid over for tbe present deemed best to awnltthe return of Morland Sherman before taking it At the suggestion of Paddock the solution went over till to The silver bill was taken up and age addressed the His speech as largely devoted to tae criticism of is tariff He concluded with the itement that be would join his vote to votes of those who were In favor of and compulsory coinage ot d and silver The silver bill tompoi arily laid from the library ported R senate bill appropriating for a monument to Edwin The subcommittee also passed over without action the wlnei and agiicultural schedules with occupies twenty pages of the prluteU A start was made upon the cotton but it was late before that was taken up and not much was done with The OlajtonBreoklnrtdae Oontelt June subcorn committee of the bouse committee on elections which has had under considera tion tbe question of taking further testi mony in the Clay tonBrecklnridge Ar kansas contested election case has de cided the question in the In Its decision tbe committee says The application of the contestee to take further testimony in Arkansas is Full opportunity was given to take such testimony at Little and the case was there closed as to such tes timony with the consent of the Oregon June Mitch ell to day received the following message from a member of the state legislature Oregon endorses the McKlnley bill and Bermsn Rep will go to congress by ma j The legis lature Is Republican by two to James chairman ot the Repub lican state central telegraphs as follows The vote for governor is very Am in hopes that Thompson will pull The Country June Mason said today tbat the collections of international revenue for May last were greater than for any one montb since The amount was and I showed an increase on every object of taxation except The committee said the large collections Indicated the general prosperity of the country and also that tbe people were drinking more whisky and beer and eat ing more butter than Uepublloan Oainpalffn June Kepubli June Republican majority for congress is from to The Republican state central committee concede there election of Pennyor Democrat for Gov ernor by 500 to Both branches of the legislature are Republi can by a large Hermann fur congressman is elected by at least majority Pen noryer Dem for governor will have fiom to Tbe re mainder of the state ticket is Republi can by majorities ranging from four to six The leg islature will stand senate Republicans Democrats 8j Home of Representa Rspubhcans 2S1 Democrats The Lonla Alton and Terre June annual meet ing the Atin and Terre Haute Kailroad company was held here venter President and general Parkar made bis report which showed gross earnings ot 1880 amounted to an Increase of over the preceding The operating ex penses were an Increase of It was decided to give sixty days notice of a special meeting to be held for the purpose of voting upon the proposition to cell the mam liae to the Big Twine Trtut June dispatch from Mason says that agents there have been Instructed to sell binding iwme of various kinds at an ave rage of four cents below prices of last Tms Is believed to indicate that tbe binding twine which has imposed such burdens on the farmers of this and other has been This re duction of prices will save many thou sands of dollars to tbe exercise of the right of suffrage which are in conflict with the state constitution whereas the constitution deprives a per son of the right of suffrage only on con viction of murder and The state law prohibits the exercise of the right of suffrage by the persons whe were enti tled to register in 1881 and neglected to do so by those who moved into the state and neglected to register at the first ensuing registration and by those who sold their registration for a valuable Tne report states that a number of negroes liave been compelled br poverty while waiting the maturing of their cotton crops to ne gotiate their certificates to traders who send them to political Tbe report recites tbe fact that in cer tain precincts what amounted to an occa sional and therefore an illegal waa imposed by lettering the ballot and which were separate in tbe case of each and that the voters were deceived by an intentional shifting of the boxes so tbat the judges of tbe election were unable to throw out all the ballots cast in the wrong ATTEMPT AT A Brnte of a Father hboota Daugh ter After Trying to Force a LA June On Sunday night an occurrence took place here which has made quite a sen As Miss Anna a young lady employed In the family of was coming from church she was met by a who said her mother was sick at the depot and wished to see As she passed the Arlington house on the she was met by ber father and three other men who tried to force from her a statement reflecting on her On her refusal to make such her father shot at ber three but one ball taking effect and that In the ab Ferguson succeeded in lo cating and extracting the The old man and Ills pals were taken In custody by thOBhnriff and lodged in the The supposed motive for the deed was to obuin money from the vic tims employer as a reward for not dis closing the statement of which they boped to secure by threats or by force from the The old man lives in the country and his pals are said to be from LAWaBNUBBtRRETt Throat U All and He Will Star With Nuw June Lvwrence with his wife and ar rived yesterday in the Lahn For six since the operation upon his Barrett has been most of the time at Ger I saw Barrett last night at the Players He was looking well and told me he had never been In better Barrett said that his throat At the trouble had entirely first the surgeons thought chords of hie throat were but upon operation found that it was only a fatty growth which waa affecting Barretts Barrett was positive In stating that he now had as good use of his voice as he ever 3 Barrett and BootLwlll play to gether again next beginning In In their old For a few weeks prior to that Barrett said he would star alone In order to give his company something to Summing it up it is taking the position most favorable to tbe sitting tbe contestant Miller had a majority of 757 while if the law is followed bis majority will reach of will prepare the minority Kaitern Capitalists at June syndicate of eastern capitalist perfected arrange ments today for the purchase of all the street car Tlie lines were to be transferred into electric A strip of territory west of the city was alto secured to day by the same syndicate for manufacturing Another syn dicate today a site for a storage elevator of bushels capacity for shipments to A OLOMK The Mew Steamer NornMnnta Narrowl Knoapel Uolllilon With an THE DEADLY A 6YearOld Child Beheaded at Kansas Hundreds of Eye Witnesses Oat Powerless to Render Any While Attempting to Grow the Track 8bo In Ran and Killed by a Cabto Grlpman Said to Have Been Able to Prevent tbe Bat Failed to Do of Lynching Indulged KAHSAS June Patter the yearold daughter ol John met shocking death on the tracks of the Metropolitan cable railway this at the corner of Fifth and Delaware The child was about to cross the street with her mother when a cable advanced on the The mother drew back but the little girl ran The car struck her on the side throw ing her to the ground in such a position that the first wlieel of the car passed di rectly over her neck severing the bead from the Tbe accident occured in full view of the horror stricken mother Blew Held June have been hideous sights at the but none more weirdly horrible than thai of the remains of a suicide taken there from Falrmount park yesterday after The body lay upou a lab in the bright as neatly dressed in a not inex suit of plaid Trunk nd limbs were decently and sober y but from the lower jaw up the ead was If the neck had been severed and the complete head missing the spectacle would have been rightful but it was this only this ghastly reminder and sugges iouof the visage that waa lost that made he sight absolutely appal William Meiers and Alfred barbers at 023 North Twentyninth were massing near tbe McMichael monument n Farmount park yesterday morning when they saw in a clump of bushes bully of man they first thought Curiosity led them to make a closer ex when they discovered tnat it waa an almost headless the whole head from the tongue up being blown and the ground and bushes around be FIRST The Hutchlnnon and Onll Com pleted to June flrat passenger train or the Hutchin sonand Gulf arrived here The track is now completed to the territory and regular trai as will be running in a few The Harper county Farmers Alliance at their convention today nominated a full county Every nominee was required to state in convention that be was an antl Ingalls who was utterly prostrated by the terrible It is said by eye witnesses that tbe gripman cold have prevented the ac having had plenty of time to stop the tiain before reaching the little The corner where tbe accident occured is one of the busiest localities in the bus iness portion of the city and was wit nessed by hundreds of A large crowd assembled around the grip car and many were indignant at the gripmana apparent indifference to the accident ftud cried hang hang The grip whose name la James then became dashed out of hla box and disappeared In the Up to a late hour tonight he has not been NEW June new steam ship Normannia of the HamburgAmer ican line arrived heie to day on her maiden voyage from Her time from Southampton was six twentyone hours fifty She did not beat the record for maiden but no attempt was made to do The screws were not pushed beyond an aver age of eightytwo revolutions per though their capacity is and only horsepower was developed in the which have a capacity of Her commander believes that when an effort is made to get top speed out of her she will prove to be the fastest vet sal Tuesday afternoon the Normannia en tered a dense fog and slowed Sud denly an iceberg loomed up in the Commander Hebich reversed the star board put the rudder hard aport and went ahead full speed with tbe port The result was to swing the vei ae around utmost within her own length and she skimmed the Iceberg with only a slight the contact being on the port side just below the Two plates were cricked and Ihe rail The passengers hard ly felt the and after completing ber circle the Normannia went right Commander Hebich thinks that if she bad been a single screw steamer she could not have escaped a serious col lision with the which was hardly more than tbe vessels length abend when Bnal June Elli son entertained the Bnai Brlth delegates at dinner In the convention the entire subject of endowments was rele gated to the unrestricted control of the various district grand It was de cided to appoint a committee consisting of seven members of the grand lodge from each district to formulate a plan of consolidation with other Jewish spattered with blood and tufts of hair and fragments of The body was cold and stiff and the death had evidently happened hours be Near by was an old fashioned flintlook horse which tba suicide had placed his mouth and blown his bend to Them were neither papers nor money found upon the corpse nor any Known means of The body was that of a man of about 150 pounds weight and estimated to be about gve feet eight inches in Had Dim But Didnt Keep Kohn had a burglar last night but he did not keep Kohn is a pension agent and has an office on the second floor of tbe Frenzer Last night shortly after 10 oclock be remembered there were some letters in his office that should have been so slipping into his summer attire tie cams down and going to his was somewhut surprised to see a etep ladder standing against the But his surprise was still greater when a man caute over the transom and dropped upon his Both men were surprised and for a mo ment they looked at each other and then Mormon NEW June leading lights of the Mormon are in a state of anxiety over the question of the admittance of a thousand or more converts who will arrive here next Elder George Cannon and others had a long conferencVtooay with the con tract Ubor and assured the that no Mormons whatever were imported under All camj on purely religious and no effort was ever made by the church to have them come here After much talk it was decided not to detain but to take a full and should In vestigation disclose any contract the people could be easily Tnls inetnod wan adopted to save the ex pense of keeping a thousand people the length of time necessary for rigid ex The eiders promised to help in tbe and withdrew with It was a nip and tuck as first Kohn was down and then the This continued for ten min when suddenly the burglar got a hip lock on Kohn and threw him to the after which he Upon examination it was ascertained that nearly all the offices In the building had been as desks were broken and papers scattered about tbn but apparently nothing had been curried To gain admission to the rooms the party had used a stepladder that was in tbe This he placed against the several and opening the dropped where he pursued his BED3KINB WILL FKH4T ON A Wreck on the Southern Paolflo a Oodiend to the The TransBf iMoarl Hallway AMoclatlon KANSAS June freight de partment of the TransMissouri Railway Association mat here today in regular monthly All of the roads In the association were Business of a routine only was trans acted The session will last three nton in front of the war bich was placed on tbe he silver bill was taken up and well addressed the Hs de Pared himself in full accord with the torpotes of the bill but said he was in avor of going still He would tse for money all the sUver offnd nd be would coin it at market value f tbe price of silver should advance to tarwtth of the bill it then free coinage would drne as a matter of What ob he could there be to into the eilvor one hundred Bts worth of silver What difference I It anybody If a dollar were Intrinsically worth 100 cents t ie people could not have to much No people ever had too I tot in hit judgment the bill would act accomplish ita Tbe gov June On the Atlantic and Pacific road yesterday even two miles west ot a train of cars loaded with fine Merino mutton sheep from California to the Chicago market was Every car but two was destroyed and about sheep killed The Indians of neighboring pueblo of Ileta worked all night skinning the They will have mutton for months to Opposed to the McKInleT June a business mens meeting for the purpose of pro testing against the passage of the Mc Klnley tariff bill held at Walnut btreet theater this Alexander Me Olure presided and the list of vicepresi dents included names of many prominent business men of The e peakers were Congressmen McAdoo of New Springer of Bynum A Trlokiter June a young confidence operator who claims Kansas City as the town of his was coirailed at the Union depit yesterday morning attempting to work the flim flam racket on John a Nebraska He was taken to the Four Courts by Mundinger and given six months in the work house by Judge Oady in the space of three He approached Ed wards with tbe proposition that he give Him a tendollar bill for two When Edwards handed the man the tbe fellow evidently chaneed bis for pressing a bill In Edwards he said he wouldnt trouble him and made It took the farmer about two seconds to discover that the bill given called for one dollar instead of ten and he grabbed the man and made him re turn the money and turned him over to the strong enough and to pay all of was din enough njibts and Aenoe all tts should be For that reason Be had bU If the ioje t treasury system could can congressional campaign committee organized tonight by tbe election of Bepieientatlve James Belden of New and Olds of Michi private secretary to Senator Stock Their Information to be Kept June superin tendent of the census today issued an order forbidding supervisors and enu merators making public any informa tion gained in the performance of their The Interstate Competitive KANSAS June hundred and fifty killed and three hundred and seventyfive These figures might have represented tbe causalities at todays battle between opposing forces poropoied of the various military com panies to attendance upon the Interstate competitive drill if the battle had been genuine instead of a sham Tbe bittte was tue feature of tbe day The Board of June board of visitors to the naval academy were en tertained today by a great gun practice and seamanship on board the At dress parade this evening Cadet Bailey of first class was pre sented wlte a medal for the highest scor ing in The Bearing aea June Times declares that the order to despatch American cruisers to Behrlng sea smacks too much of the methods of tbe first Naooleon Dlroroe In High June divorce in high life was one of the cases on the cir cuit court calendar The case from Whitewater and waa brought here A TERUIFIU Lightning Strlkee a Powder Honse at O With ratal June 4 oclock this afternoon during a thunder storm lightning struck a powder house one mile east of owned by Tracy which contained over pounds ot A terrific ex plosion followed that was distinctly felt in all parts of the Not a vestige of the little building was Just across the road was the dwelling of Henry Boost in at the time were his wife and three the house was shivered to One of the children 15 months old was crushed and hurled thirty feet away Another 14 years was so badly injured that she will and the mother la yet uncon scious from injuries that will likely prove Another and as yet unoccupied adjacent to the Boost house was also wholly being leveled to tbe Tbe force of the explosion was so terrific that the bricks of the powder house were hurled a full quarter of a mile An Orphans Home June leaked out that John treasurer of the Lutheran Orphans Home since is a defaulter to an amount reaching over It was the policy ot the board of directors ot tbe Home not to touch the endowments which year after year were but to defray the working ex penses of the institution from the inter est and the The accounts been found to be Inaccurate In every The defalcations are confined to the endowment fund These endowments amounted to Of this sum he through Files has lost about File has often been ordered to re port to the but under one pre tense or he failed to do until tbe last when he broke down aqd admitted having misappropriated tbe He wan allowed to depart after having handed over a statement which showed that the only securities he was possessed of were some city canal and other amounting alto gether to some Of these some are utterly and it Is believed tbat the only assets remaining cannot re alize more than The directors will decide at their meeting on Monday next what action to of Indiana and Brecklnridge of Kenon a special term from Walworth MlMourl June 8 Democrat ic convention of the Fifth Missouri con gressional district met here to Tarsney was unanimously no other candidate being placed before the at June of todays races at Latonia Mamie English Bramble The June un til 8 Kansas followed by showers in eastern Kansas slightly cooler becoming north In dealing and that with if weak the order is executed the Britlah war ships must We can only the Timtt tbat pressure from Irish Americans has induced Blaiue to withdraw from his apparent de sire We for a believe diplomatic settlement that England will agree to a close time for sells in the open but such an arrangement must be internitt and can not be Imposed on the world by American gunboats at the bidding of Tbe Cherokee SACS AKD Fox June Commission at the national council of the Hacsnd Foxes today made an offer to pay them an acre for their reservation ot acres after acres have been alloted to them for lands In severally or 160 acres for each member of the Of the 160 acres each onehalf it to beuntaxableand inalienable for twentyfive years tbe other half to disposed of as the In Tonight a mass meeting of textile workers called for the same purpose as tbe afternoon meeting was held at Tex tile The meeting was gotten up under the auspices of the Reform Bynum were the prioc pal It Is estimated that from siven to ten thousand most of them working To Form a New KANSAS June to the convention to organize a new Mis souri diocese of the Episcopal church assembled in Grace church this Rector Mann After much diacuialon it was voud to name the dio cese the dioceue of western instead of diocese of Kansas as had formerly been electio of a binhfp was the nvxt business If An informal ballot was chaplain of the Uni versity of South Teoo received fourteen vjtte of received seven Scattering ballots were cast for twelve other Tbe balloting will be continued to I Tbe parties interested were Ellen and Qurden of the city ot White The former brought suit on grounds of She charges tbat In February last her husband left home and wandered about the country and Is now in Fond du Tbe hus band in his answer admitted the charges preferred against htm and made no do The wife In Sling her bill stated she bad reason to believe that her bun band was worth He 1st no time In tendering her as her por tionofthe and there being no defense the divorce was granted by Judge Winslow this and Mrs Converse were married twentyfive years and have resided much of the time in New York NEW Attempted to June Italian which arrived here today from Gibraltar brought six United States naval cadets who tried to In the Mediter n ordered to Brazil and being dissatisfied with this the cadets attempted to They were caught and sent back to this Pardon June Carnot has granted a pardon to tbe Duke of who was sent to prison in February last for violating the decree of exile exe cuted against the of bis Tbe duke will be conducted to tbe fron tier during tbe Baces at Terre June To day was tbe opening of tbe tenth annual meeting of the Torre Htuw Trotting An In tbe purse there were three It took five neats to dcidn to Nutmeg Four Dare Without June Norwegian bark whluh arrived here on Wednesday had on board two French natives of who were picked up on Mar adrift ID The two men belonged to the Jne Eastman won the purse Waveland Katie dls Best time 2 The purse Calnl Btck Sac Best time Bain In Iowa June from western Iowa say that that part of tbe state was visited by a terrific storm lait Ktin fell in torrents and in some oltcee the wind reached the force of a AtOuncil cellars were flooded and curbstones washed Winner at Morris MOBBIS June at todays races Kirk Sanola Brother Died a Fad June Alfred Per rene died In the city hospital of typhoid pneumonia in practically desitute cir He was the inventor of the Catling gnn for which i Ho waat ooit timu but lost in OpenedaW Package JuNirnoK June Hone openai original ptckace bonso heie Bh handles Helms A   

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