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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 10, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Your Business In The DAILY HUTCHINSON NEWS Advertise Your Easiness DAILY IMEWSI TUESDAY JUNE THE SENATE ON Senator Oookrell Argues In Favor of Free Kfforts BeingMade to focuro a Vote In the Hill ftext Senator Vest Wants His AntlneefOom blne Bill Taken Up House Hill to Prohibit Aliens from Ownlnc Jjands fn the United Neuutor Plninbs Trust Other Mews and Gossip Gathered About the National June silver bill waa taken up and Cockrell addressed the Cockrell took the He said xritall the benefit that could be claimed or the proposed bill was that the secre tary would be compelled to purchase worth of silver every month more than he now had the right to pur chase and the currency would be In creased to that He naked wheth er there was any valid reason justifying the continuance of the existing discrim ination in favor of the free and unlim ited coinage of gold and of the issue of gold certificates for gold bullion and against the free and unlimited coinage of silver bullion into standard dollars and the issue of certificates for silver bullion AUhe close of Cockrells speech house Oliver bill was laid before the moved that the bill bo printed ana laid on the reference to the finance committee We should wait until some member of the committee is it be ordered printed and laid on the It was ao in pursuance of the notice given by him last week urged the sen ate to take up and consider the bill re ported by him from the senate committee on the transportation and sale of meat products To prohibit monopoly in the transportation of cattle to foreign coun and as a reason why action should be taken immediately that the tar iff bill as he had been informed by a member of the finance committee would be before the senate within a Plait thought the senate should go on and dispose of the silver He gave notice that henceforth the silver bill could not be laid aside except on a yea and nay Stewart asked unanimous consent that ou Friday next at It the sen ate shall vote on the silver bill and all amendments The presiding officer sug gested that there should be at least a quorum present when unanimous con tent waa I give notice that when that bill Is taken up tomorrow I will ask unanimous consent to have a time fixed for taking the Vests bill was then taken up and a discussion of was carried on between Vest in defense of them and Hoar and Hale in attacking Hoar offered an and when it came to a vote no quorum voted and the witout further ad THE HOUSE June house today went into committee of the whole on bills relating to the District of Colum Several of the bills were passed and then the bouse took a the evening session to be for the considera tion of private pension No private pension bills were passed at the evening session owing to objection made by Bnloe of but about thirtyfive went over with the pro vious question To Prohibit Aliens Owning June Gates of from the committee on the Judiciary reported to the house the bill to prohibit aliens from acquiring title to or owning landa within the United Your committee aays the that certain noblemen of princi pally have acquired and now own about acres of land within the United We have not suffi cient infoimation to state tbe quantity owned by nor is it so as it IB generally held in smaller Thia alien nonresident ownership in the course of lead to a system of landlordism incompatable with best in terest and free institutions of the United The foundation of such a sys tem is being laid broadly in the western atatea and The ayerice and enterprise of Euro pean the report have caused them to invest many mill ions in American railroad and land covering perhaps the greater part of which under forecloaure Bales will moat before many become the property of these foreign in addition to their present princely This aggressive foreign capital is not confined to the lands it has but overleaping its has cauaed hundreds of milea of the public domain to be given up to the grazing herds of cattle and set at defiance the rights of the honest but hurnbe The bill proposes to place these aliens iwlar Usability of the civil law aa to all future attempts to acquire landa in In other the report aiiya the bill is a declsratioa against ab sentee It declares all for eign persons who have not been natural ized incapable of taking title to landa anywhere within the United States ex cept tol ease hold for not exceeding five and it has no reotion hut a pros pective It also cantains a provision which will compel alien land owners to cease to be or to become citizens of the United States within ten The thereport wpuld pre vent any more abuses like that of a Mr whoresldes England and is a subject of tbe but acres occupied by mostly Ignor ant receives arentoUaoOjOOOyearl and it ihully of aVout burg and from the rents of which tbe who are subjects of the British draw annually not less than la an instance of alien landlordism in The tenantcenaua shows that the United Slates has the largest number possessed by any nation in the In conclusion the report saye With the natural increase in people and the foreigners who flock to our shores annually and by competion are reducing tha wages of making the battle of life harder to win a years hence to provide homes for our people Is a problem for the American statesmen to The Irrigation June 9 fight over the irrigation appropriation is close at Western senators and represen tatives are signing a paper repressive of their views on the As they rep resent the region in which the money will be they think their opinions should be entitled to The paper Bets forth that the signers hope congress will provide that the work In direc tion of the secretary of agiicul It states plainly that the methods of Director of the geological sur are not The western men say that ttuy regard it as preferable that no appropriation whatever be made rather than that the money be given to the geological survey to squander upon useless topographic Notwithstand ng this protest the appropriations com mittee of the with which Director Powell sustains close haa de cided to give him to continue the Irrigation branch of thia The item will be vigoroualy fought aa loon us the bill gets before the If It should ever reach the Plumb and others will open up ti whole subject of the geological survey manage The preaeut indications are that there will be no appropriations for irri gation work next The Plumb Trust Paralj June 9 Plumb has invented a trust It is not a It is an If it can be fashioned into It will make gameol every manufacturing combination am will turn all the importers into keen The general design is to make legislation against trusts effective by offering inducements to The beauty ol Ilumbd is its Every im porter can work it It does not depend upon a presidential proclamation or round about According to Plumbs any importer may be relieved of the paymeutof duty on hia gooda if he proves that there exists a trust among the manufacturers of such dry boots and Higday Lard and Maxon Van both do ing a large business in The lumbar interests are represented by McCullum who claims sales to the amount of par month during close times and little building going which shows that the McCullum company are well re The Badger Fer are doing a fine the genial agent of the was in town this week looking after the interests of the gooda in this The plan proponed ia that the importer shall go into court and swear to the charge that the trust Then he is to receive his goods without paving duty but he must give bond for the paymen of that duty if be should fail to sustain the The proving of the charge relieves the importer of the bond and h Is free from any obligation to pay th duty without further Beported June Plumb today reported adversely from the pub lic lands committee a bill to protect lane railroad by per mitting them to purchase the land from the government at per acre when ever it ie held not to be within the land grant to the Accompanying the bill is a letter from the commissions of the general land office recommending that the bill be not passed for the reaaoi that the interests of bona fide settlers are sufficiently protected under present The Trouble June Bcho who is acting as secretary of war has received information from Gen Ruger to the effect that the trouble on the between the settlers am the seems to have subsided The Indians have agreed to eurrender the prisoners demanded by the author President June presiden and family returned to Waahlngton on the United dtates despatch at from Fortress A Free Coinage June MoRaeof Arkansas today introduced a free coinage bill m the The United NKW June genera synod of the United Presbyterian church continued ita aesaion The repor of the committee on temperance wa It provided for the total abolition of the liquor truffle and that only unfer mented wine be allowed at the Lord In regard to tobacco the repor declared that no young man should be eligible to the ministry who ueed tobacco in any The report says We note with apecia satisfaction the example Bet by am Wanamaker in giving their splendk entertainmdnts without They have set a noble BADLY The interstate Drill Not a Glitter ing ts Failure to the Wretched Management of Those who Had the Hatter in hose CompanleB ReceivingPrizes Very Well But the Defeated Atplr nnts Disposed to Enter VlfforanH Pro Grand InfantrjrDrlll Won 07 the Atlanta the Maiden Drill by the Oipftha Guards and the Kouavo Drill by the Chicago Kansas KANSAS June interstate encampment closed today and waa pro nounced a fair despite the wretched management ot The prize winners all received their money and went away Those who failed to receive prizes are about the onlj The judges were three United States army officers from Fort Leavenworth and their conscientious work is highly commended by all who participated In the The prizes were awarded this evening aa follows Grand interstate infantry drill open to all companies inlisted regularly in the national At lanta second company Grand Interstate maiden open to all companies that have not won a state or interstate Omaha second National Fenciblea of Wash Artillery open to all First prl Indianapolis Light Ar second Battery Zouave Chi cago Zouaves second Walsh Before the awards were made a pro test was entered against the Muscatine who were entered m the maiden The protest was baaed on their having before won an Interstate Oarlock exhibited a letter from Manager Walters in which it was stated that the rllles would be allowed to enter the maiden inasmuch as only one third of the old company were at present in the The directors of the camp in order to settle the difficulty offered Gar lock to withdraw his The offer was the awards were made it was found that the Muscatine Hid a ranked fifth in the con test and then the directors refused to pay the Otherwise the distribu June tkm of the prizes gave general satiafac rjBUver Sundayed i I the Supreme Court Commissioner Strang spent Sunday with his returnin on Monday taking Miss Lul with him to visit her Mies Nor They Want the atrip AUKANSAB June evening a large mass meeting was helc in this city m the interest of the openlni ot the Cherokee The meeting wa addressed by Murry Judge Bensall and Resolutions were passed asking tha the Ferkins bill be attached to the In dian appropriation ao that the Strip could be opened this session of congreat Postmaster Carroll June Carroll postmaster died thli afternoon from la grippe and other complica He Was 45 years of age and hi term ol office would have expired next Be highly reapected by His waa designated postmaster and the sentiment Is univetsa that aha retain the office for the ALLEGED In Wnrranto Instituted Agalnst the American Sugar in quo warranto were begun by the state ex Attorney General Kellogg today in the supreme against the American Sugar company and Cockrell and Adamson to forfeit the charter of the de fendant The attorney general alleges that the defendant corporation has abused its powers and forfeited ita rights and priv ileges as a and has exer cised powers not conferred by The frauds of the company in southwestern frequently exposed in the are aet forth in detail and lonati tute the basis for the county attorney of Meade and county at torney of Ford are among the ILLINOIS CROP Wheat Generally a Failure auu Bain Re ported June Illi nois crop bulletin for the week ending June i says The temperature for the past week has been above the normal throughout the The sunshine has been above a The amount of pre except in the extreme north ern counties of the ban been considerably below the Ob servers in the mostly in the southern report corn planting The corn prospect is generally although there is a general com plaint that the ground is getting hard dry and rain is The prospect for oats is in the main though in eome counties an insect is doing consid erable But little is aaid by ob servers about It is generally a Pastures and meadows are geu erally but crops will soon begin to suffer if the present dry weather con A SHOT IN THE nstardly Attempt at Assassina tion Near Kansas Iiorer Returning From a Visit to Ills Fiancee is Shot by a Jealous notber and Tragic Chapter in the Cowles Abilnctlon to Kill am Wife nnd In aimsolf Perlously Bobbery In North of ufttlssauirl Murderer Crimes and BJLNHAS June deputy county was shot i the breast by an unknown assassin aat night on the Mastin bridge out eight miles south of the He aa returning home on horseback from le house of his Miss May hose father is a prominent hen he met a man coming from the pposlte Knight was unable a see the features or dress of the 9 It waa Just as he the an shot and then Knight fell rom his but was able in a few moments to rise and walk to his hichhad wandered only a short dial nee lie rode to the nearest farm ouse and a doctor was He was conscious this but theie is ittle chance of his William grandnephew of was arrested ttns morning charged with the Scroggins was inf at ated with Miss it is salous of He was present at ie house yesterday afternoon when Inight said he was going over the upper the one on which he was traveling vhen About one hour before the hooting Scroggins was seen going along be When arrested he denied alt tnowlndge of the saying he was ooking for a An investigation of le immediate vicinity of the shooting bowed that the man had been lying in mbush for Knight to Knight is 25 years old and Icroggins will be arraigned tomorrow Scroggins made a confession tonight n acknowledgment that it was who ad laid in ambush for Knight and had the fatal He said Knight waa ntensely Jealous of him and had threat ned to kill him if he did not discontinue lis attentions to Miss Fearing hat Knight would execute tiis threat he Scroggins had concealed himself by the ide of the road and ahot his Larned TUKNKKH Off They Bold a Buoceufal Tnrnlest at To Prizes June turnfest of the Turners of Kansas took place to the exercises closing with an annual athletic About 300 were in and a very credi table uniform parade was given by the meeting headed by Marshalls band and the Metropolitan Singing by vo cal sections of the various Turn societies waa a feature of the days The prizes for the athletic contest were awarded as follows In society Topeka Turn Vereln second Wichita Turn Vereln third Turn Verein fourth Marysville Turn Junior Topeka sec ond Leavenworth Marys In the single contest the following were the winners climbing and pole vaulting Henry Schwering uf Topeka LeoLangan of Junior Richard Messall of Maryaville Phil vaulting and broad jump John Cottrellof Marysvilie sec Leo Junior broad step and broad jump Phil Mes of Marysville Phil Measall of Spear August Brusle of Topeka Fred Running one hundred yards Fred Langan and Paul Schmidt of time 11 seconds Second junior class one hun dred John Docks of Tope 11 35 seconds Carl John Saxies of Leav enworth Frank Wetsham of Broad high Richard Mes sall Leo Dlghtou June Lane county has acres of most of which at the present time is in good condition and promises a good and under ordinary circumstances will yieH from twelve to fifteen bushels per which with the great advance in price will net the farmers nearly double the amount of laat years The farmers of Lane county as a class are very hopeful and have faith in the country and are determined to stay and develop the sorghum and garden vegetables are air condition somewhat later than usual but fully up to the average except the corn which has been taken out by iquirrela to a very great extent in certain so much so that the board of county com missioners have ordered a bounty of 6 cents each on all squirrels killed and both boys and men are actively engaged in their Business la fair in our All branches of trade are well represented and all are looking forward to a much larger trade after Easton general merchan are doing a flourishing trade and can well afford to stay with the trade Senator Rush was a pasaenge weat on the Santa Wednesday even going to expecting to b gone two Lizzie Howe and daughter o former residents of the hav been visiting friends and Sleeper and Hem ingway started Thursday for points i expecting to spend the sum baa gone to Topek to take a position under Commisaione John Basiger returned this week from an extended eastern more i love with sunny Isaac city has been rus ticating among the Miss Mamie and Ella Finney are visit ing with friends in Kansas Casey is visiting with friend at Attorney Forbes was attendin court at Jetmore this Misses Florence and Lizzie Scott ar enjoying themselvaa at the old horn stead in Krider has lately returned from bringing with him several hun dred head of cattle which he has place on his ranch near A very enjoyable reception was give Bell Worrell Ball of the Kansa City at the home of her parents and Worrell on Santa F street on Saturday The Coyotet Henry Edwards and and i Taylor and a number of other earl settlers ware in Bai is a fluent talker and her reco lections of early days in Pawnee count are very Hobey and wife of capita are spending a few days with relatives i the Another fine shower this mornint makes the wheat crop an assured sue Edwards and Henr with all the other Pawnee braves attended the congressional convention a Dodge mayor of the city has so far recovered from his receat se vere sickness aa to bo able to attend t light business Webb sickness has been very and ou Biopleare all glad to see him out again uring Webbs term of office a mayor of the city he has made man Thorp and wen to Kansas City Thursday wher he will be joined by his coutinuiu the trip to Lamed expects to have one of th livelteitand best Fourth of July celebra tlons this year of any town in the wes A letter was received this morning from the captiaa of company Second reg ment accepting the invHatio to be present in the city on that day wit forty men to participate in a sham battl battle will engage about 100 Weather June unt 8 Kansas Fai warmer becoming SHOT Til HOUGH TUB Another In the Oowles June plsto a puff of a womans serf am and a struggle in a cab on Catherine street thia afternoon marked the transfe of as sensational and tragic domestii drama as has ever been brought befon the public from its source in Cleveland to It was shortly after 4 and the street was crowded with pedestrians The cab was and a crowd of ex cited women and children gathered They saw the cab occupied by of them bleeding copiouE y from a wound in the side ot his neck the other with a still smoking revolver in his The floor of the cab was cov ered with as It trickled to the reminded those present tha a human life was perhaps ebbing The man with the revolver eagerly tol tbe cabman to drive to the hospital to secure medical attendance for bis victim His was not the attitude of a murderer He did not seek to but when th cab was stopped after the shot was flrec exhibited his anxiety for the welfare o his A hurried consultatioi with the equally speedy and in coherent explanations to the peopl around and the cab drove off with its bleeding leaving the crow horror stricked and mystified at the There had been a woman in the cal when the shot was She bad hur iledly made her exit when it stopped but resumed her seat beside the woundec man and his companion when they pro ceeded to the Kirkpatrick at the attended to the woundec He had a big hole in the side o his neck from which the blood was flow ing The bullet had entersc the left side of the neck and passed clear out on the other The wound was restoratives were ap plied and in a little while the doctor wa able to announce to the mans excite who had by thia time been re inforced by other that his con though was not necessa rily Then he learned that the wounded man waa Eugene of that bla assailant was of the same bis and that the lady was Hale was released today from rieon in charge of two officers and ia taylng with friends at the Gen ral satisfaction ia felt at this unexpeted urn in the A moments converaa on waa had with He stated be eared an attack and only anticipated It 7 HELD UP A A Gang of North Dakota tlandlts Make a Biff NEW June Ight as the east bound Paul and Ilnneapolls express waa coming through IB long ravine two miles west of this lace the train was signalled to and efore It had come to a standstill a masked robber jumped upon each side f the tender and presented a brace of evolvers at the heads of the engineer nd and at the same moment wo other robbers entered the first pass nger coach and covered the conductor nd passengers with The revolver of one of the robbers in he cab waa and Express Messenger hearing the ehot id instantly divining what waa going on ild the large packages in his shoved 000 iu hia locked the umped from the train and ran to this The mall car was first attacked iy the Only one mail agent waa n the car and he immediately obeyed rders by turning over the mail Many registered letters were taken and hen the two robbers turned their atten ion to the express This they found much to their and mis taking the fireman for an express mes enger they ordered him at the point of listols to open the He protested hat he kuiw nothing about them and Inally satisfied the Then the rain moved on to New Salem and finally went on The express messenger his incognito and got on the rain as it moved away from New Pho passengers were not One ut bin head out of the window during ho but waa told to get it and a bullet whistled past his caput aa a re minder that orders had better be A posse of men with the mounted and left on a special rain for the scene of the daring Tae robbers compelled engineer tin to break in the door of the postal Only four masked men were seen at any one but suspicions are rife the others were on guard in the bushes dur ng the In the mail car the mask fell from the face of one who a reported to be of medium height and with light hair and with severs days growth of light QSeveral small train robberies have been committed south of here anc the men engaged are believed to be a hand of Wyoming outlaws of daring equal to that of the Younger find Jame boys back In the ve Dp the June Cowles ab duction case has been This afternoon Cowles called for Superintend ent Kirkpatrick of the Montreal general and stated that he waa ready to give up the child to his Cowles was then communicated with and received the news with Though the case is adjourned till Wednesday Judge Tait aaid ho would give it a bear Ing tomorrow morning and have the cue formally Cowles wag seen aa be lay in There were no private apartments for bis and he it placed in public ward surrounded by here to remain till more private quarters can be He said to the reporter that he had no quarrel with bis wife that with men he coud fight all the year but with a not two He aaid that Hale should not have interfered when he and his wife had an amicable all would have been His condition quite Inas much he also suffers from oonsump It I he and I am afraid I it will go hard with poor Oleva June postolllce department has offered a reward o f for the arrest and conviction of thi parties who robbed the registered mai pouches when they held up a train in South Dakota Saturday WILLIAMSON A A Member of the Jury That Once Con demned Him Found at June member o the jury that sentenced ThomaB William the to hang in Illinois in 1808 has been found In thi His name is Frank and he lives at He Bays Williamson was looked upon as a fiend a quar terof century and the three murders un earthed here in the past two weeks ar no surprise to Williamson has re quested that his family bible be given to his murdered wifes Henr Reed of this and the public ad ministrator will comply with the request The personal property of the old mai Moore and his two of were sold at auction yesterds and A nice legal point has arisen from th double In order to keep from paying his turned his pror erty over to his The latter wa killed BO the property reverted back to tbe and now several creditor will put In their while the widow who had separated from her husbanc alleges that she is entitled to everything There ia a promise of lively litigation long after Williamson is THE UOBDELL An Arrest Hade an4 Further Develop ments June police to day found Frank Dobbs on the rattboa where he was employed I Dobbs waa arrested an will be held to await further develop ments in the Ella Cordell He subjected to a sweatbox examinatlo but told a tolerably stralgh He denied that there was any ob ject in the buggy on hie return trip froi Carthage ou the night of May H claims that the man he took to Carthag waa an entire stranger to him and says h would not be able to Identify him it see Relations of the murdered girl left to day for Industry and It is expected tha the next developments in that caae wl cause a decided sensation in the village Wreck on the Missouri SCOTT June extr engine and way car ran into and wrecke the rear car of the second section ot th Colorado eastbound passenger train o the Missouri Pacific railway here todaj Five persons were more or lesa injuie and one baby received injuries from which It has subsequently The in juries of the other occupants of the car were comparatively A Freaoher June Uhoatle pastor of church at Glrard was killed yesterday by hie horse backing a buggy m which he was ridin over an embankment about feet at June winners todays races Tenacity Lullle Cecil A FRIGHTFUL olllslon Between Two Freight Trains Near no of Them a Palace Stock Train Loaded With Race HorfKw From Kht Persons and Fifteen Dorses Terrible Hceues Which Begffar DIs Victims to be Killed to Relieve Their Home of the Most Valuable Racera ou the American Continent of the June special freight rain bound for Kansas City from imposed of palace stock in which veral racing stables were being con lyed to the meeting of the Kansas City ockey collided this morning with n east bound A terrible wreck Several persons and fifteen orses were The sceue at the wreck was a terrible Cars and engines were mtermin ed in one huge mass of debris from nder which came the screams of wound d and some cursing and begging be while others were praying ir In one of the cars next to the engine aa a pttable The sides had been and the roof was resting in an clined position across the body ot ames Keller and hia Frank Keller hey were lying on their pillows Just they retired and never knew what hurt although they were horribly About two feet from them was an 1m riaoned negro who was but had a ig and arm fast under the In the same car two other dead negroea ero while a little farther off ere found one negro boy having been calded and literally cooked alive and ne colored jockey burled under a car of helled from which position it took everal workmen three hours to extricate A force 0f men worked all day yeater ayto extricate the unfortunates from ust such positions as the and had t not been for a steady downpour of ain the loss ot lite would have been luch aa the wreckage would avo caught There were eight dead taken our whites and four and twen yfive The eighth dead body a thit of Frank 528 North Fortyfifth New Both engines are a complete wreck and about six palace stock cars are de nolished with very One blooded It la impossible to find out how many horses are killed as there are a groat many still under tbe It tmc been estimated that the loss to he company will Mine horses have been found 80 far hat are killed while a great maay more are badly There were twenty n all on the Tbe names of the horses killed are Prince and a 2yearold in the amecar no Ben Mattie Lige Spurge Dam and The ie The coroner impanelled a jury and be gan an Inquest but did nothing Racing Horses Injured In a KANSAS June this hour very little news ia obtainable here in ad dition to that already published oonoern ng the wreck of the treln which was conveying several racing nibbles to this city from The train will arrive here at midnight and before that hour the names of the horses killed or the extent of the injuries of those disibled cannot be A telegram haa been received by Jorrignn from stating ihat Huntress had been badly hurt and will probably never be able to face the poat Despatches have been re eived to the effect that the Pulford and the Palmer Lyle stables escaped without damage of any Women Acted In NEW June cases of committed by were in vestigated yesterday by a jury befere Coroner The first case wai that of Girardl the twentyseven years who waa fatally stabbed May with a bayonet by Rosa with whom he at 18 Monroe It was shown that Guidicl had attempted to assault the woman during tbe absence of her hus and that she had stabbed him in defence of her The jury decided that she acted in self The other case was that of Thomaa who died at Charity hospital May from injuries received by being struck on the head with a hammer in the hands of Helen at 12V West Fiftieth It was shown that the woman bud acted in self defence and she was discharged from Administrator of the Gas Juno of has been appoint ed curator of the estate of the minor chil dren of the late whose widow was recently married to Colvin 1 ho estate is worth and consists principally in atock ef the Joseph Gas This practically makes Judge Madill the controller of the manufacture of gaa at Fire In NBW June Hyde and Behman theatre on Adams was gutted by tire at this The big Arbuokla building ia also ou fire and the Germania building next door is The loss is estimated at present to reach The theatre waa vacant at the Wlnnen at MorrU Mouuu June of to Lord Dun
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