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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 5, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                ill Pay Yon to Advertise our Business In e DAILY HUTCHINSON Advertise IN THE DAILY IMEWSI THURSDAY JUNE Wwdays Proceedings In Both county called packed by State PrenWont and hold In the clly of certain resolutions condemning United Branches of FoitlUcatloh Dili mid pnsBod By Taken the Up SUtes Honator John I were then nnd lotutlvn MoUunie Takes tile Oath t Protest From tlm New ik Importers AERlost the McBlnley ami the to the OkluhoumTnifnftlte Hoard the Preside pier June 4 A resolution was 1 to for an Inquiry into the manage ifof the coinmlBfllonors office presiding officer announced as the committee on the bill for the estab lent of the university of the United U Gibson nnd Bar fortification was then taken Alltuo amendments recommended ninittee on appropriations were and the bill was reported to i and was from the secretary interior in reply to Stewarla jbnaastothedeveraionof funds for i to topographical deny Ithere was any such I and ordered printed and the committee on art that fey had been squarely appropri that the whole legislation on ijoct ot Irrigation had turned out numitigated having been I over to Powell who con the whole fcagan said that he had had occa look into the question and hac a very different conclusion than rived at by Stewart He be that Powell had acted in The senate there adopted And jmbllnhed the voice und sen tlmente of the Allldnrti throughout the state ha it Uy the monitors of that IrreBpectivu of our Individual parly do denounce eald resolution aB ly uncalled for and maliciously un just to the state of Ksnsas and the Alliance That we pledge ourselves to rigorously oppose the Alliance party move ment by all legttlmatu means within our power that we denounce the subtreaoury hill Introduced into congress bfthB senator from Da believing Its If enacted Into to he of no but a to the farmers of and he It further That a copy of the forpRQlnjr resolu tions bB Bont to the honorable Bocrotarles of all the Htato and county Alliinces and to In and alao that copies be furnished the Alll nee Advocate und official papers of Kmltti and evvBll counties for Hlgnod C Considering lliu Bllvor June The Kepubli representatives went into caucus this afternoon immediately after the ment of the house to consider the silver it had been announced in ad vance by the leaders that the real pur poao was a conference rather than n for Chairman Heger of the coinage corn was issued from the Santa Fe bead quarters to day giving notice to all lines doing business between the Mlaaumi river and that it will hereafter refuse to prorate with them on shipments of Rrain and live A similar notice was served by the Santa Fe onthe Chicago lines some time ago but the reason apparent in the fact that the Fe had its own Chicago The reason for its refusal to prorate with the Louis lines is not apparent unlens it he that it exppcta with the aid of the newly acquired Frisco system to establish an independent line from the Missouri river to GENERAL Enforcing the Proclamation Order ing the Cattle From the Crop Report For Kansas Issued By Secretory Mobler of tins Agri cultural with the I THE HOUSE June house to Idopted the resolution seating Mr contestant in the Alabamj HcDuffie appeared at the ba le house and took the oath of office McKinley of presented i nrrent resolution directing the en clerk lo enroll in tho customs ad bill what is known as senate aent in regard to the abandon f goods to underwriters and sal Although there was no oppositioi mlttee opened the proceedings by setting forth the urgent reasons lor passing a Dill that would relieve the country from tbe present contraction of the lie desired above all thingt that any silver bill that could become a law should be a Repub lican measure and trusted that the pirly would be He understood that a considerable number of Demo crats stood ready to vote for a coin age bill and in the event that a sufficient number of Republicans were led oil to carry such a proposition it would be claimed as a Democratic a thing to be Representative Payson followed with a savage attack upon the caucus which he Bind was a delusion and a It failed to meet the wishes of the western people and he could not support it un der any circumstances unless It demon etized At this point it was suggested that there was no definite opposition before the so Representative Buchanan of New submitted a motion that the caucus bill as It stood be re Much talk followed and developed a di versity ot Representative Walker of Massachu submitted a proposition which in its effect proposed a reference of the bill j back to the former caucuswith instruo to report a bill which will place gold and silver on a nar by allowing the of certificates to an unlimited ex THK HOWARD TURNER The Two Harlan County Factions A Rain at June is Just received that a fight has occurred between the Turners of Harlan county ond a sheriffs On last Monday a number of the Turners left in two wagons en route to Lee to move Wils Turners father to They took with them a Winchester At John a mile from Turners fath they shot Carters dog and fired their guns The next day Carter got a warrant for Bob who killed the and put it in the hands of an officer and told the officers what kind of a crowd they would have to deal Tho officer proceeded at once to sum mon a lot of men to help him make the When they came up with the Turners a fight ensued the result WAS two were killed and three Jim Turner and Pace were instantly Bob Stapleton was the only one ot the posse hurt and he not hn bill the power of the speaker to quorum unwilling to give their iMUKmt to future of the nottJU therefore ordered the yeas and nays tho u i they refrained from The icorUiitton was agreed to yeas nays rith ie speaker counting a give he house then A Repub vcanip caucus was announced to take place t 1 New York June A delegation of ntion Mb Jortere from New York appeared be the senate subcommittee on the f to day to protest against the pas of the McKinley of Constable said it was not as had been that the importers protested fnst the because they believed it Id legislate in favor of one class nst another for the benefit of manufacturers against the ae McKinley bill went into operation many of the importers would Si to retire from Con Die thanked the committee for its at jlon and consideration and expressed jparnest hope that tbe hearing would jomething to settle properly tue tariff which was now being agitated le detriment ot the business interests be whole bator Sherman responded for tbe w saying it bad heard the laker with interest and would give due nslderatiou to all that bad been uPho printed protest presented to the jnmlttee by Constable is signed by ii mercantile firms of New York Sprotesta against the passage of the bill the following reasons it is wholly unneces the country no longer needing the nue from such uncalled for and un does not accomplish its unjust infthat ItdUcrimi in favor of the rich against the er handicaps retards tbe progress of the the welfare of tho whole country he parmanent good of the manufac rs who require a reduc rather than an increase of tariff du administration bill in es the revenue by many millions o Ingalls and the June Ingalli eceived from Kansas several eerie solutions passed by various lodges o Farmers Alliance In that state de the action of the recent so d State Alliance convention at To which expressed its disapproval o Not only do these lodges de the conventions criticism of Sen but they declare 8 to 8uPPott senator for reelection ent on deposits ot either metal at market Tbe silver men Immediately made the ibjection that there could be no parity as oug as the privilege of free coinage ac Corded to gold was denied to Representative Dorsey of ubnutted as a substitute for the caucus lill a draft of a bill which he oroposss to ntroduce in the It provides that my holder of American silver may de toait it in the treasury and receive full egal tender certificates on the basis of the market price of That sufficient bullion shall le coined to meet the needs ot redemp ion and that the national bank note re demption fund shall be covered into the Representative of at tacked the monometallats in a vigorous ipeech and noted his objections to the lulliou redemption feature ot the caucus Annual June annual meeting of the stockholders of the Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company was held m this city Directors were who held a meeting and proceeded to elect officers for the com ing year aa follows First Brews of New Second Treasurer and of Third Parker of The annual report to the stockholders for the year ending March in comparison with that for the preceding fiscal as follows Gross ope rating net in crease The report shows that the total amount of miles of road operated is After the Flllbafttereri SAN June 4 general agent ot the department of Justice is still Investigating the filibus tering scheme against Lower He has secured confessions from two of those most prominently connected with the scheme that confirms the essential correctness of the expose as It stated that the probable consequences of the filibustering expose will be an at tempt to use It against the policy that has enlisted so much foreign capital in Mexican Agents of the Mexican clerical or opposition party have been collecting evidence here con currently with Special Agent without bis knowledge ot any connec tion whatever with and there is an affidavit in existence which declares that a consignment of arms was sent Ensen ada some time also against the subtreasu whlth some of the KansV to IWBd organs of the Alliance have been to IWJJdly In other it 1 to pflirs that all the farmers of Kansae k wilftof the are not in sympathy President Clover and other radical t Democrats who are waging The followfngr war greBo were received today by the being a fair sample of dozens of recently Jl 7we to Logan Far twcauHf Alliance and Industrial lodge Smith laty d Senator John onga Finally Representative McKinely came o the front with a compromise proposi He proposed that the treasurer shall purchase four and onehalf million dollars worth of American silver each that the certificates in payment thorefor shall be of full legal tender quality redeemable in lawful money and nat silver bullion may be coined to meet the demand ot His proposition also contained the na tional bank redemption fund feature of the Dorsey bill and also a provision that when gold end silvflr reach par there shall be free It omits the bullion redemption of the caucus bill and was therefore immediately assailed by several members on that Speaker Reed led the attack and after making a speech in favor of including the bullion redemption features a vote was taken resulting in itn Insertion in the McKinley The substi tute was then An effort was made to secure the pass age of a resolution binding the Republi can members to support in the house this last caucus Representative Payson submitted a proposition contemplating a recognition of the right of Republican members to offer amendments to the bill when it comes before the This waa negatived and when the cau cus adjourned there was a great deal of confusion in the minds of members as to whether they were bound to support the caucus Oklahoma Townilte Board secretary of the interior to day appointed the mem bers of four of the seven boards provided for under the Oklahoma towneite approved May aa follows Board 1 UcDald of Sac Mowrer of j Haoklin of Board Sweet ot West Neb Lev Coe of Merl Uavid Hammons of Ben Bouru Silver of Ind Michael Connely of Board Joyce of 0 Daniel Hay of Samuel Lev of Vetoed the June Har rison today vetoed the bill fer the erec tion of a puMIc building at on the ground that the public needs do not suggest or justify such an expenditure as is contemplated by the bilU Interstate Uoinpetltlva KANSAS June drilling occupied the entire day at the interstate Battery B of Kansas artillery drilled for an hour this morninp and were followed by the Muscatme maiden This afternoon the drills of the tuavea and the Hale Z the latter a Kansas City the Bullene Guards of this city and Company Third regiment from This evening the Flambeau club gave an exhibition which was followed by a ball at the Exposition The Fnriuerft Alliance Convention In Harper County Nominate H Ihe Fathor of Annie Thrunl ened With Kanniis ulty Itoal Katnte Man Bobbed In a Pullman Arroiled for AfBaultlug Ilia Mtep AUKANSAS des patch received here today by Indian agent for the com missioner of Indian shows that the authorities at Washington intend to enforce the presidents proclamation in relation to the herding of cattle and horses on the Cherokee It will be remembered that the presi dents order was issued and that It provides that no cattle or other stock can be brought into the Strip after that as well as those that are now there under leases taken from the Chero koes shall be removed by the flratof next Boon after the issuance of the proclamation the range win fired by boomers and all of the grass wan conse quently This necessitated tbe removal of the cattle then on the leased land to where feed could be As soon as the new grass was large enough for grazing these herds were re turned and it is reported that their num bers were augmented This rumor caused Prrker to order own ers of herds to remove all cattle from the Outlet which are there in violation of the presidents and tele graphed to the department to ascertain whether those returned to the Strip are there In violation of the Tbe reply is as follows June special Arkftneaa City Notify parties who have brought cattle Into the Cherokee ontlet since the presidents proclamation o the 17th ol Febrnary last that all such cattle mnat be removed there from at Contenta ot yoir telegram has been communicated to the secretary of tbe In terior to be sent to the secretary of war for the Information of military officers charged wltb removal of horses and cattle from the Outlet In violation of the presidents Commander of Indian thought at least head of cattle must be removed from the and as the soldiers who are authorized to enforce this order passed through thirty miles south ot the stampede will begin at KINS AS Report of Seoretar j Hohler of the A grlonl tural June Mohler of the agriculture department Issued the following crop report tonight From reports of correspondents of this representing 103 out of the 106 counties of the learn that the condition of the state for the growth and development of plant life were In a high degree favorable during the month of Wheat in some especially in northwest and west central is in a bad condi in many instances it is practically lost and a considerable area will be plowed Throughout the state generally the crop has been checked In the growth by Insufficient rainfall and unseasonably cold weather daring the past In Coffey and Oowley counties wheat is reported seriously damaged by In Cherokee and Chautaqua counties considerable wheat developed into and generally throughout the ntate tbe wheat plant failed to get the requisite amount of rainfall at the proper time to promote In conse wheat does not cover the ground so thickly as it would and the crop will be Harvest will be abouttwo weeks later than The condition of wheat for the state is reported at 80 per a loss of 12 per since the last claims to have been deprived by of George Bictteroy alleges that she is the legal widow of J MoMur McMurtlo married again In and the plaintiff hearing nothing for married in McMurtie died in but bis first wife knew nothing of his deith or t he the fraud practiced upon her till She claims tbe second marriage of McMurtie to be Farmers Alliance June Harper county Alliance met in conven tion in Harper last June and nominated a full ticket as follows County District Probate Superintendent Commissioner First The convention was full of enthusiasm but very The farmers of Harper county have thirtyeight There were 101 delegates at the del egate for every fifteen of the voters of the and one for every fraction of more than onehalf of Lease of Wichita addressed the and her speech was well July was set as the time for ing a convention to nominate a district Judge for the Twenty fourth district com posed of Harper and Barber A Lynching LA June Excitement is very high here over the shooting of Miss Annie Brooks by her father on last Sunday Tbe exam ining trial is delayed in order to await developments in her which is very and there seems to be no doubt about the lynching of Brooks in case Miss Annie which is more than like ly will be the The Jail Is being watched closely and it would not be safe just now to attempt to remove by it the Atwell of Trinitj was Kan sas City waa designated the see City and Clark of this was elected and Garden Iiathrop alto of ibis treasurer of the new organiza STURM The Reports of tho Oyolone Bfi oks to a place that might be sup posed to be more comfortable or safe for him than where he It is a most outrageous and highhanded piece of and our people have never had anything to so Incense them since tbe organization of tbe Miss Brooks is well which makes the affiir still more REFOBMKD The Keport Denouncing Secret Societies Adopted by the NBW June 4 Reformed Presbyterian synod met hero The of was elected moderator and of Beaver A motion to discussion to allow minis ters of the Reformed Presbyterian church to exchange with ministers of other de nominations was indefinitely postponed to The report of the committee on secret societies caused a little The report was made by Milh gan and in a mild manner depreciated the influence of secret societies against the saving of immediately on the question of adoption of the objec ion was made because it was not em Dhatlc George of Beaver said that though secrecy did not bar a man from going to yet some of the secret organiza tions were standing in the way of mans They in the de stroyers of mens Johnson of was even more emphatic and arraigned the Masonic He believed the church should take a stand against But ministers were afraid to come out and denounce it because it was all powerful and its members were even In the pews of all The press of the country was affected in the same The pope ot Rome had taken a stand against and it wis just as im portant that every Christian denomina tion should alto do After a long debate the report was adopted and a committee of three ap pointed to draft a set of resolutions indi cative of the sense of the Alabama June Re Tim Most Screro Storm Ever riorlenccil in Ilic State ol Kx Committed Bulnlde June special says When the Salt Lake ex press pulled into the depot at 2 oclock this the morning a car to man stepped tbe platform from and Rtate Central Committee DOIXJB June Republican State Central Commit tee met here and in connection with other business appointed July 10 as the day for the meeting of the nomin ating and Dodge City as the There will be one delegate for over 800 votes cast for Peters in making 101 delegates to the con Tho big Seventh Waa well rep resented some 200 persons being Arrested for Assaulting Hla June man named John 53 years was ar rested here today for alleged criminal assault on his a child 15 years He is now in jail awaiting The citizens are highly indignant Second District LA June chairman of the Republican congression al committee of the Second Kansas dis trict has called a meeting of the commit tee June 17 at Kansas to ar range for a congressional Found June Jesse Yelton of one of the best known men in Campbell nnd a member of the firm of Gosney was found dead in his bed yesterday morning at tbe southwest corner of Twelfth and Brighton The de ceased has been in ill health for the past putting a revolver to his temple blew out bis Upon his person were found express receipts dated Louis and made out to one of them ad dressed to Fred and the others to some persons at De BInrdored by June Mexican brought word today of the killing of a wife and two children at three miles east of He reports Koin Tbe area planted to corn In the spring of 1SOO according to reports of our Jonehalf ot 1 per less than that planted previous which makes tbe to al corn area for Kan sas this year against acres for lost Of this area 5 per cent is reported as having failed to While corn is generally a good stand it has been very much retarded in Its growth by the cold weather through May and plant ii At ouavmtlOA ot our special from aayi A general circular murdered and the house Be came to tbe city to give the The ranch is on the direct trail from the Han Carlos Indian reservation and Mexico in the Rlaoon Maine June Democratic state convention today nominated of for After considerable debate a minority resolution to resubmit the prohibition constitution to the people was defeated 273 to but the Jthy and with and four and of his under He the care retired on Saturday evening at the usual and when called in the morning failed to re and the folks going to his roam found that he had Coroner Winston was notified and held an returning a verdict of death from dropsy of the The deceased was 54 years of and was well fixed finan having an interest in two omnibus lines between here and the blacksmith shop of Gosney Yelton and a large number of publican state convention met here to The fight was over the chairman ship of the state executive committee and the issue between tho mem bers of the white league and Mosoly champion of the antiwhite league we There was only thirty white men in the convention and most of them are Federal Tonight the Republicans concluded to nominate a state ticket as follows Secretary of g Superintendent of Attorney Lake pirates June fishermen along this coast have been having a bard fight with the Last night Darle went out with one assistant to watch the and when hey bore down on a boat contain ing three pirates they were fired Darle and his man returned and taking his steam yacht gave caase and overtook the and alter a des perate in which pistols and axes played a they got the pirates fast and made port with They proved to be three welltodo Charles William Thompson and James Niece of They were Jailed on a charge of attempting to The London June derby was run Porters Sainfoin Lefiores Le Nord Duke of Westminsters Orwall The result of the race created the most tremendous Surefoot had been backed to win to the extent of hun dreds of thousands of Among his backers were large numbers ot the aristocracy and they suffered Winners at Terre TBIUU June days trotting Truist won in three straight heats the purse Oubic Constantino third Not a Alomente Warning fttvon the Cufor Innate Ilouies Blown to Trees and General Dentruotlim nil Along Its All Communication Cnt Tvelve Per sons Killed and Klffht Hortallr June The State Journal party returned from the scene of the tornado in Yorn county this evening and brought a confirmation of the destructlveness of the storm ot yesterday Bradshaw is a town of 500 people situated on the Nebraska trail way about sixty miles west of The storm struck the town at Tuesday coming from the south Scarcely a moments warning was the roar of the whirlwind being the first notice that the terrified people It struck the town fairly and there was not left a single Every business house was made a total wreck and the principal street was filled with the In the extreme westarn part of the vil lage a few houses are left with a sem blance ot their former but they are without windows or and their contents are scattered broadcast over the The depot building waa crushed Into kindling wood and every car standing there was The telegraph lines were prostrated and when the car arrived at York it waa feared that some disaster had A messenger went up the track and at midnight returned with the news of the bells of the town rung and In a short time large numbers ot people were on their way and to give assistance at the same A special train left Lincoln with phy sicians and other It was found that a Russian settlement near the town was struck and the report is that nine persons were killed Physicians say that in all twelve are eight mortally wounded and per haya twentyone more or lens The killed are Child of B Wife and child of Isaac living n the Child of Two members of Shaws living iu the Wife and child of Menke and a The injured are Alexander Carrie and John and Joan Isaac wife of the and Miss Nellie and Profesnor R wife and two Tylar Colby and many Governor Thayer today ordered the York milltin to ansist in caring for prop He also sent sixty army tents and other supplies on a special train which left Lincoln this Tennessee June state prohibition convention met here this morning at 11 Judge James Whitworth of this was choeen tem porary chairman and committees were Negro June negro conference opened here Ex Preildent president of the con delivered his annual The June un til 8 Kansas Fair cooler winds becoming waim weather is growing by reason of cold weather and insufficient rain fall in the early spring for the most part throughout the state is quite short and In some localities tbe crop has already been plowed while the condition generally indicates a yield much below the The following IB the summary ot crop conditions for the state as furnished by our correspondents Field wheat compared with full average 80 per cent spring wheat compared with full average 80 per cent oats compared wltb average 82 per barley compared with full average 86 per cent potatoes 90 percent prospect of average 63 per prospect of average crop 55 per The month covered by this report Is re markable or its low temperature and light Up to about the twentieth these conditions were unfavorable to the promotion of plant growth and crops generally suffered since that How rains have been more abundant and the general condition has improved very much since the latter part of Our correspondents report no damage whatever from chinch bugs and but few are In a few counties Hessian fly and tbe wire worm are but no serious damage has yet been done by Sued for False June Joseph tbe alleged Anarchist arrested on the strength of an anonymous leltar on luspicions of throwing something about an attempt to blow up the Hay market sued ChiefofPolice Lieut Officer Charles Nord rum and Michael Hoffman for for alleged false Kayser was discharged on habeas corpus by Judge the police producing no evidence on which to hold Tbe at the same time rebuked the po Kayser saya that he was arrested without a warrant and that he was ille gally Imprisoned for one week without being judge at th Kays Signed for Wichita June Mlrane of filed suit In ejectment in the United district court this She lays claim to worth of valuable real estate in of which she The Beformed ABBURY June eighty fourth annual session of the gen eral synod of the Reformed Church in America began ita session here this aft with 132 delegates In the balloting for president Romeyn of was of Grand was chosen Tbe session will continue or eiifht The subject of a union with tbe Reformed Church in the United States and other questions will occupy the attention of tbe Weetern Missouri KANSAS June dtoceiean convention to organize tbe new dlocete of western Missouri continued its aeuion Frultlew ballots forblthop oc cupied the entire When the convention assembled after dinner another ballot was taken for blihop and best Second 35 Cathar ine C irtis Joe Bal lard Little Gift fourth nobbed on a KANSAS June McKin a real estate man from with residence at Archer waa robbed of last night on the Santa Fe train while en route to this He awoke at 3 oclock this morning and found himself on tbe floor of the Pull man The money that be left In his vest pocket in his berth had been stolen American Nurserymen iu NJSW June fifteenth annual meeting of the American Associa tion of Nurserymen opened this morning at the Park Avenue The day was devoted to Delegates were pres ent from Holland and other sections of the Not Properly June general assembly of the United Presbyterian church today adopted the report of tbe committee on reform including a request the president incorporate iu his thanksgiving proclamation a proper recognition of Jesus Uhlist supreme ruler of tbe TOWNa Western Iowa Hwept br Another Severe Doing Great June severe storm swept over western Iowa last night anddid great damage to the towns of Persia andWeaton in Pottowattamie Moiqultu creek that tiowu through the ovui flowed Its banks this morning and inundated the surrounding country and parts of the At Underwood about thirty resi dences in tbe low lands were wrecked by water and as many families rendered Five miles of the Milwaukee track was washed away and all that part of the town traversed by the Milwaukee and Rock Island roads is submerged under fifteen feet of There were many narrow escapes iu the flooded At Weston the Game creekoverflowed to the depth ot five Thirteen houses were wrecked and fifty more or less dam but there was no loss of At Persia tbe overflow was equally as Water flooded tbe town five feet deep and carried away the entire content of the Alliance lumber causing a loss of Four houses were wrecked at this All trains are stopped and the railroads sustained heavy losses at all the Quoded Found Murdered June Under a prominent as found lying dead behind tbe counter of his store this morning with a bullet In bis head and a stilloto wound near his Everything Indicated that he had been murdered with a view of rob Oregon June Incomplete returns from all tbe counties in the state give Republican for and Democrat tot governor It iethonfhl Nominated by June Demo crats from the Tulrtee nth congressional district today renomlnated M Springer for congress by This Is Springers ninth nomination Judge of was nominated on the first ballot for state and Henry of was nominated by acclamation for supermtenaent of public Richard Morgan of Livingston H Bryant of Bureau and Graham of Jackson county were nom inated for trustees of the state A resolution endors ing Palmer for United States senator was passed amid applause and Palmer was cheered to the echo on his He delivered a short The platform contains the usual endorsement of the Democratic prin Hound Over lo O June Hen the Catholic who assaulted Miss Ella McGraw with a club at Dun on Hay was today bound over to court lo bonds for He is charged with assault wltb intend to msjorltles will be increased by the official Winners at MorrU June at rmnm Judge King Correction ana   

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