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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 8, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Ml Pay Yon to Your Business In The DAILY HUTCHINSON Advertise IN THE DAILY IMEWSI SUNDAY JUNE IN he Silver Bill Brousht Up In the ftcr n llrated IHscusslon From Both Sides a Vote in Hour lied Kcsmlt Ing In Ha f en e Hilt Granted Through tlie Indian Turrltorjr to iflo Hntuhlntmn and Southern llallroad rallied by tlio CeuataReport of the Interstate Com merce CoiumlMlone the Long and Short Hani June house day Conger of Iowa in charge of s silver bill modified his substitute so to provide that he treasury notes is sd in pursuance of the bill should be a al tender in payment of all pub and striking out the following jrds Except where expreisly stipu ted In the This modification made at the requett of Payson Several congressmen entered to the discussion that Cannon said while he did not ap ehend that the bill was but ke it al in all it was the best measure house could originate and and om every standpoint and all things con it met his unqualified approval id standing as he did be the extreme silver men on the one and the gold monometalists on the Let members see to it that in ms of fury and passion and dema that they legislate so that man uld be created morning and or one out of what he had justly earned Anderson of spoke in favor ree Perkins of said the bil not meet with his but b uld vote for It because he knew tha another form It would be Funston of and Can 1 of favored the free coin McKinley of said that the would utilize every dollar of the ail product of the United Pro ed also that the instant silver was on a with Congress must tee tha money provided tor the people mus absolutely safe from nnancla cke and from commercia vuleions and be and secure in the bands of the hold For he would not vote agains jbill and thus deprive his people an iuntry and the industries of hi of the thirty million dollars o I Hour of 8 oclock having arrive Urns question was considered a ho amendments to tho original bil Jrfcd by and Mr ot were Informal McComasamendment to the sub Ha also It provide when free coinage is obtained th bullion purchases shall cease as amended was the to and thejquestion received upo ig to the bill as amended by th Bland of Missouri moved to re mlt the bill with instruction to th inittee to report a free coinage bil motion to recommit was defeated 110 detlSmoQg the fifteen Republicans wb 11 iej1 ad L BRf ie jea the Democrats were Perkins an Thirteen Dsuaocra1 d with the The bi then passed nays 119 a W liana La N V Mori ir QrovnJ anil i Grove dlatrlcl and n aa TJ C Bzta B Van Y rom Intel and all U the I u Tex i t the InM passing eight Rsput as voted with the Dem thB bill Anderson of Ka Carter nf Mon ley Rockwell of Uolorad Tinman Col Yoaorm urner of Wilson of Washing But one Democrat Wilson of Mis url voted with the Republicans for e passage of the The house then THE June day in the nate the following bills were passed Tae senate bill to provide for the ilsory education of Indian The senate bill granting the rightof ay through the Indian Territory to the utchtueon and Southern Railroad corn a line from to a oint in Grayson The house bill to grant right ofway trough the Indian Territory to the uthrieand Western Railroad The house bill to prevent desertion the by wlthholdine part of ie soldiers monthly pay as a Vest gave notice that ho would eek an opportunity someday next week fter a speech on the silver to bring p for action three bills now on the cal ndar in regard to live and beet The conference report on the bill ap roving the funding act of Arizona was resented and agreed Private pea ion hills on the calender were taken up nd 120 were The senate bill appropriating or a public building at mended by making the amount 00 and it was The senate then LONO AND SHORT ttoport of tlin Investigation Made by the Interstate Commerce June Interstate Commerce Commission sent to the senate oday a report upon the Investigation made by it under a senate resolution di ecting the commission to Inquire into the truth of the allegation that the long nd short haul clause of the interstate ommerce act operated to prevent a re uctlon on the rates of transportation of ood products from the Mississippi val The report begins by synopslzing the testimony collected by the commission at Lincoln and Sioux Peoria and New Now Port and The substance of the testimony has een printed from time to time and the commission then discussed the reasonu bleneas of cost of freight transportation great length and says We are constrained oy all the facts to relieve that any rate or greater charge rom the Missouri river thun 17 cents to Chicago and 12 cents to the Mississippi vast sute is and that the rates should be so reduced and and a reduction of two cents should be made from stations west of the Missouri river u Nebraska and The commission says that the rates on rain from Kansas and Texas points are unreasonably high for longdistancesand greatly exceaaive and exoroitant for the shorter and should be Wheat and flour should bear the same which would not be more than 15 per above the rates on corn and We think no better rule applicable to the matter under says than that applied by the railroads themselves in accordance with which rates ore so adjusted as to se cure the largest exchange of commodi In tho carriage of the great rates yielding a moderate profit are both justifiable and The rates which we have determined upon as reas onable have been arrived at on this basis They are from 50 to 80 per cent higher in proportion to the service rendered than the rates east of the if esti mated on a distance The commission renews the recom mendation of its annual reports of that the third section of the act be so amended as to make provision for through carriages at through rales over connecting To InveatlgMto the June Cooper ot Indiana to day presented in the house a which was re ferred to the committee on direct ng the committee on Invalid pensions to inquire into and report to the house npon the charges contained in the following preamble to the resolution Iteporta are being widely circulated through the natvapapera redacting apon the man agement o the bnrean of In which It that the present corumlaeloner of pensions haa been engaged In telling to certain employee of the penalon office aharea of Block In a ccuipany of which he IB presi which la organized for the pur Introducing a patent refrigerator which It la claimed la Impracticable and and that in eonilderatlon o eucb pnrchue Bald employes are promoted In orCce and second that aaM comrolaaloner ot peneloua hu by ou uujuet and partial advanced and caaaecl to be taken up out of vhelr order many tbonaande of tho clalme of a certain attorney residing In the city of Washington and Incontldatalloa attorney haabocomt surety on the note of eald comuilealoner In a bank In tho city of Wathlngton for the Bum of therefore be It Target June contest for the army small flre arms prizes will take place this year at Fort beginning Sept 0 and will be conducted by Eight The members of the army rllle team will be selected as follows One from the division of the seven from the division of the two from the division of the Pacific with one alternate from each di Of the division of the Missouri quota four will be selected from the cav alry competitors at Fort Leaven worth and two from tho cavalry competitors at Bellevue rifle Withdrew the June Man derson today reported from the com mittee en military affairs adversely the bill reported by by request authorizing the president to place upon the retired list of the army with the rank and pay of a brigadier general any geu eral of the late war who was in command when one or more battles were fought and won and who was promoted for gal lant aud meritorious services in tha and by assignment by the commanded a military department or Tho Sohed ulo Republican mefmbers of the senate finance committee have completed the agricul fruits and nuts and spirit schedules of the tariff and ex pect the bill will be ready to report to the seiitte within two The Interstate KANSAS June competi tive drilling at the interstate encamp ment was concluded Company First regiment drilled for the interstate The Merchant Zouaves ot drilled In the Zou aves class and the Mauerllan also of competed in the cadet At noon the Phtunlx Light Infantry of C appeared in the interstate class and ended the The prizes will be awarded This after dress a sham battle occurred reproducing the taking of the fort of Konigsgrantz The Austrl ans occupied the fort and Prussians at tacked and carried advancing in con verging platoons from the northeast and After several attacks the fort was carried and theAustrlans The opposing forces were composed as KANSAS follows The Prussians Atlanta Her chants Walsh Marma duke Farrar Company A Kansas National Company H Kansas National Huscatloe First Colorado Regiment National Phoenix Light Chi cago Aurora Atlanta Company C Missouri National Indianapolis Light Dickinson Light The Austrians Brunswick Branch Company N Third Mis souri Bullene Hale Omaha Company B First Kansas Bcarrit engineer corps Battery A Bat tery B Kansas Would Mot Them NEW glass blow ers arrived on the steamer Umbria yes terday under contract to work in a Pitts burg glass The collector would not allow them to land and today the captain of the Umbria put them off in a small boat in They were in tercepted by the customs officers and will be returned to Europe next tjnturdny on Collector Erbardt demanded a prompt j xplanation of the British steamers to engage with the In a knock down custom action in putting the people off in mid after they had been duly re turned to the ship by the immigration It was explained that notice had been received by the Umbrias cap tain of the return of the contract and the reason he bad nnt put the people off upon the pier was that he did not want fight So he had dropped them upon the The Cunard company will be obliged to support the party in the city for the week they are kept in waiting and to transport the men to Europe without Won by a June young woman has carried off the highest honors at the June examination at Cambridge univer The winner of this distinction is Miss Philllpa who is bracketed as the superior of the male senior wran Klein the mathematical who is 23 years of Is a daughter of the late Professor Two other young Miss field and Miss are also among the DoolBlona Rendered In tho Su premo Court Hnllowell of Ad dresses the Farmers Ilurton Ford County Primary a Brlak Content Jonoa Heoures the Throe the Congreaalonnt Convention to liellelfl at Dodgo Klnney louuly and Goaalp lathered About tho Sunllower June following opinions were rendered tiy the supreme court today BY Oliver error from Kingman county Re original proceedings in habeas corpus State of Kansas Nic appeal from Shawnee county The state ex commissioners of Atchison error from Atchison county restraining order The state of Kansfts Joseph Spend appeal from Shawnee county The Nemaba Fair Association Myers original proceedings in mandamus demurr to petition and writs The state ot Kansas Daniel Keedy appeal from Norton county af Mary Ann Easter Anna Easter et error from Ojage county The state of Kauias James appeal from Republic county In original pro ceedings In habeas petitioner dis Ill Commissioners state of Kansas James Smith et appeal from Rice county John Nelson et the state ot error from Oltge county af Hamilton Joseph error from Shawnee county af Curtis Mary error from Bumner county The city of Fort Scott error from Bourbon county The Kansas Western Railway company Lemuel er ror from Sedgwlck county The state of Fred from Atchison county jtate of Kansas I peal from Norton legislature couotyattorney clerk of district court Mies county superintendent probate judge county At the same time a votfl was taken to decide whether the county would en dorse Milton Brown or Jones for On the face of the returns Jones has a small but so much fraud has already come to light that a recount and probably a contest will be required to decide the The flht was hot and close over nearlyevery Ford Uountr DODOE June the primaries today Jones carried the three delegates for the con gressional convention at Dodge The contest was Hopkins was nominated as Mode Henry county at and Miss Hopper county super NEGRO UOHIIKItS male occupies the upper floors of the took her child to a place of Hbe returned to get some money she had concealed in a bu reau and when she attempted to leave the burning building all means of oxit hfjd been cut oft by Safety by the windows was resorted to and she leaped to the awning but fortun ately escaped The caused by the flre will probably reach intyj Lyteh error from lhase county Joseph Wilson et George error from Ellis county Wenton et vs error from county af John Gibbons et from Jackson coun A New June A charter was filed today for the Topeka Capital which on July take possession ot the Daily The directors of the company are Dell Arthur Cop per and The capital stock is Hudson will re tain a controlling interest and will be editorinchief and continue the man agement of the Aialnit the License June large demonstra tion against the license bill was held to Those who took part assembled on the Thames embankment Mid marched to Hyde Park where speeches against the measure were A large num ber of temperance and radical societies took part In the demonstration with bands and Immense throngs ol sight seers watched the Striking KANSAS June paper hangers of this city are on a Three employers signed an agreement four months ago to pay a certain scale 01 wages and to employ none but union The men claim that the scale hac been reduced 80 per and nonunion men One hundred ant twentyfive men are Bank NEW June bank state ment shows the following changes The banks now hold in ex cess of the 35 per To Ba KANSAS June is officially stated that the Memphis road will extent its line in the near future from eithe Seymour or to Littlt at which point it will con neot with the New Orleans and Western Pardons O June Oarnot ha granted pardons to seventyeight work ingmen who were convicted and irnt to prison for offences in connection with th recent y The board of county commissioners of Cherokee county Cowe et rror from Cherokee county et Neils Hansen et from Brown county Williams Louisa error Osage county The Missouri Pacific Railway company error rom from Nemaha county The city of Topeka Gage et error from Shawnee county United Telephone company Cleveland et ejror from Sumner county Frederick Koester the board of county commissioners of Atchison coun y error from Atchison county af The state ot Kansas er ror from Leavenworth county reversed PER The Kansas City Hay company error from Greenwood county George Martin error from Leavenworth county James Bacon John error from Kiowa county Riusom Cdse error from Linn county The Farmers and Merchants bank Wai error from Mitchell county James Lawrence Hansber error from Suinuer county Webb the Topeka Water ply proceeding In man damus Thomas the American State error from Kusaell connty dis la Solomon in original proceed ings in habeas corpus petitioner ad milted to bail in James Conger for rehearine In Williams Latta mo tion for rehearing Col Hallo noli at Great GUEAT June Hallowell of ad dressed a large audience of farmers at the opera house to He attributed the distressed condition of our agrlcultur al interests to the lack of money in circu the high rates of dealing in and the growth of trusts and He advocated an increase in the circulating medium by the free coinage of silver and the issuing ot treasury to take the place of national bank withdrawn from cir culation the enactment of liberal pen sions for old soldiers and favored the de struction of trusts and gambling In fu tures bj the passage of stringent lawb against On the tariff the colonel is a thorough although not They Hold Dp a Station Agent and are Bnn CD Down by a KASSAS June negroes robbed the house of the station agent at Just across the river from this city last boarded a freight train and had stolen a ride as far as Lib where the conductor received a message asking him to arrest The conductor called on his brakemen to as sist him in taking the When they called upon the negroes to give themselves up the latter drew revolvers and made the train men stand back until they jumped out of the car and Sheriff Thomson was notified and with a posse of twenty men started in pursuit of the They followed a trail ell day and anally located the negroes fortified behind a rude barricade in the The sheriff called upon them to In answer they opened fire upon htm and his The fire was returned and one of the negroes was At latest accounts the barricade was still surrounded by the posse which had been unable to dislodge its Ashore at Atlantic ATLANTIC June bark from the Delaware went ashore at the foot of Michigan at Fully people lined the boardwalk and beach watching the novel It Is supposed she is in for she is well up on the but as the waves dash around her she thumps and it is thought she will inevitably go to Tne Strofford stranded with her royals Tae reason assigned for her misfor tune is that she miesed her The captain and mostly are still aboard und but Httleinformution can be There will be no diill in getting the craw A number of people say they have been watching the Strafford the past two nights and that she has been hugging the shore in 4 strange She had no lights displayed tonight and was almost aground below the Iron pier earlier in the Attempt at June a painter living at 373 West Eighteenth was fished from the lake at the foot of Randolph street yesterday by Officer Martin Ooleman of the Central Duffy was In a half drowned state when first discovered by the officer and was making desperate efforts to save He was rescued after much effort and laid on the It was then discovered that he had been shot in the There was a large hole HE LIVED TWO When JUngan IMed He Wan Known as NEW June curious In cidents regarding the dual life of Mat thew or were made pub lic yesterday before Surrogate Ransom upon an application made by Charles Beckett to reopen the decree admitting Dugans will to The purpose of this is to allow a sister and a brother not mentioned in the will to interpose with a view to contesting The value of the estate is about was an Irishman of eccen tric He died September 28 He came to this country In and at some period in bis career he as sumed the name of His A if e died in and from that time on It was supposed that he lived Among his fellow workmen he was known as Dugan and was supposed to be a and all his savings he deposit ed in banks under the name of Dugan It now that in his other character he lived and was known as Murray in East Fourth street with a woman supposed to be his and two children known as Charles and Mary Four days before he died his will was signed by three crosses instead of bis and upon the day of his death it was filed for In it he gives his son and his daughter and after making other provides for money for the celebration of masses for the repose of his His sister and other relatives who seek an opportunity to upset the will claimed that they only recently heard of Dugans death and expect to prove that the will was procured by undue influ Wlllltedaoe the June effect MOL day the Chicago and Grand Trunk rail way will reduce the rate on dressed beef to 43 cents por 100 pounds from Chicago to Boston and common New England points by way of This ad vancement will be a There having been no previous intimation of such The rate will not apply by way of the Magra In taking this step the Grand Trunk claims to be only preserving the i cent differential it has always The is without the con of Chairman To meet 1KB cut the other lines must ilve three tluys So the Grand Trunk Is sure to have the benefit of HB rate for three days at The original disturber of rates was the Canadian which by its recent entry to has become an active competitor for the dressed beef business FOREIGN Chancellor Von Caprivi Did Not Sond a Circular to the Mar Did He Commnnlrate With Any Foreign llcnrespntntivea on Bismarcks The Alleged Kemarka of thn Prince Tffmt Germany wiw Not Bound to AUH trla In a War With Runala tnnaed Count Kalnoky to Iciinlre Bow Far The Wero Mhared by the Kmpnmr and Blxninrck Corrttctn Uie luipresakm Arlntaa From June by the New York Associated lor Von Caprivi did not send a circular note to the nor did he communi cate with any foreign ex cept the Austrian the sub ject of Prince Bismarks utterance in in terviews with the newspaper corres The alleged remarks cf the to the effect that Germany was not bound by treaty to assist Austria In the event ot a war with Russia over the struggle for dominance in the Balkan caused Count Kalnoky to in quire how far the emperor and the chan cellor shared this interpretation of the re sponsibilities of the Von his response avoid ing the discussion of such an intrepreta tion declined to attach any value to the reported Interviews with the retired Prince Bismarck has written to both Bignor CrispL and Count Kalnoky cor recting the irritating impressions arising from these reports of The emperor and his ministers concur in respectful treatment of the exchan They recognize his full riant to a public expression of his views on state affairs through any medium he may Suggestions have given to the official press to allude to Prince Bismarck only when necessary and to then speak of him with um trying courtesy as a statesman who has rendered the greatest services to his but who ban prob ably outlived his capacity to guide the juat the above the right Uesh around it temple and was burned A New Boof June of In corporation of the Western Union Beef with a capital of were filed with the secretary of state tc The company is a consolidation of all the principal stock interests of Colo New Mexico and among which are the North America Cattle company and Frontier Laod and Cattle orado the company Neuces of Land Col end with In his pocket was a box of He was taken to the county hospital in an unconscious condi It is believed that Duffy tried to commit suicide by shooting himself and finding that the bullet did not result fa tally threw himself into the An inquiry in the vicinity where he was fouud failed to find anybody who bad heard a shot fired or seen a man answer ing the description of He was dressed In a suit of painters In the pocket of which was a A Singular June singular will was yesterday admitted to probate by Register of Wills On the 27th of May last Josephine widow of the late Edward died at Fine Her estate was valued at and was distributed among her relative in a will written on a single sheet of note signed by a cross or the mark of the The will was without the signature ot wit although it was made in the pres ence ot George Tucker Bispham and Thomas It was admitted to probate with the certificate of attestation of these Cattle the Fort Stockton LWo Stock and Land the Ban An tonia Ranch company of and the Pnamlx Farm and Ranch company of New The principal office will be in Denver with a branch in New Storm in NEW June Picay unes Van El Paso special says The conductor on the eastbound train tonight reports hail a foot deep fifteen miles west of and as the train passed Sierra Blanca It was A heavy rain and hail passed south and north of here this This Is the first raiu in the country in more than a 3apa affairs ot the This effectually rep resents the attitude the emperor deslrea the ministers to assume towards Prince This view of the ex chancel lors ignores the fact that he still holds intimate a continual correspondence with the heuda of the federal tho leaders of the Conservatives ana National and betides maintain ing touch with foreign The government may soon be glad to accept aie assistance to pusn thn The Hamburger Naehicliten intimates that the it he enters will throw the weight of his influence on the slda of Chancellor Von with whose policy at home and abroad he con tinues to be in Nothing is definitely decided as to his accepting a seat in the but it is understood that he will not do so unless occasion demands his presence to justify his policy as continued by Chancellor Von Tho occasion is likely soon to Advices from London re ceived at the foreign office re port that Sir Petcy Anderson will arrive here on Monday to resume the negotiations with head of the colonial department relative to territory in The emperors proposals in his communications to Sir Edward the British have been practically besides which the English concede to Germany part of Labor June great labor dem onstration was made today in Hyde It was estimated that were in the procession that marched to the where bad assembled to take part in the Amonp the speakers were Sir William John the labor agl In s Kinley of the Mc Hallowell made many friends here who will support him hearti ly if nominated the Seventh Klnnev Countr GARDEN J une Primaries were beld by Ihe Republicans of this county today to nominate candidates for county with thn following re sult Hopkinj for member of the After the June bear ing in the case of Superintendent Thomas H ot theLeheigh and Wllkes barr Coal charged with man took place before Judge Rice Phillips was arrested last week at the instance of the National Mine Workers Union of America on a warrant charging him with being responsible for the death ot eight men recently killed in the Nottingham mine at A number of witnesses were The judge reserved bis Gnllty of a June the Cam den criminal court yesterday the jury in the case of Nicholas Btabltehl and his charged with having corrupted the morals of Oamden boys and girls at their corner of Lewis and Sycamore that re turned a verdict of Arrested on June aged 28 of 814 Vine was committed in bail for larceny by Magistrate Pole Emma Kern occupied a room In the same bouse with the accused and she alleged that she saw Walsh leave her apartment two days Missing her ring she had him with the above Uextoan Stage NEW June Piea yunti special says The stage running between Laredo and which lelt the former city at Wednesday with the Mexican mail and two was held up by Mexican bandits twenty miles down the Rio One passenger was robbed ot tator Michael Upon Davitt and Professor leaving the park Sir Henry Havelock Uallen in some way incurred the ill will of the crowd and was jeered and hooted He in cautioutly whereupon the mob made a rush and nearly unhorsed The police formed a cordon around him and kept back the infuriated A few arrests were Jumped for Her June broke out yesterday In the second floor of the fourstory brick building at 311 Arch On discovering fire with her daughter and two Flulihcd Their June by courier is that the Indian commis sion has about concluded with the Sac and Fox The tribe agrees to pita and per he courier is an Indian of good and it is gen erally believed that the report is Seven NEW June Cleveland was a candidate to night for membership in the Century Seven votes were cast against him out of He is Sautoan A via steamer Alameda to San June States Consul Gsnoral BewelUrd arrived yester day on the United States steamer Mohican and was accorded a memorial welcome by the chiefs and residents of the Vice Consul Blacklock was also He will remain at the consulate for the Mny 8 was observed by order of King Maleota as thanksgiving Services were held by the French and Weslyn missions and were largely the Pretldeat IB FOKT June The with President Harri son on board arrived here this evening The June until 8 Kansas warmer warmer Monday southerly Excited Over the HoKlnley June excitement con tinues with reference to new duties pro posed in the bill and also about the more stringent requirements in the customs administration Some ot the deputies threaten retaliation by heavy duties on petrolium and other im ports from the UniUd The remains as yet good Kauea at fst June day was open Ing day of the summer meeting of the Louis Jockey The winners were Too Carter The derby was the big event of the There were only three Bill The Bishop and Bill Letcber bad it all bis own The Bishop was Oraysou Wtunen al June following are the winners of todays races at Lato nia Little Mary Josie Heron and   

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