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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 11, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                r will Pay Yon to Your Business In he DAILY Advertise HUTCHINSON Advertise Your Bnsiness IN THE IMEWSJ WEDNESDAY JUNE TELLER ON larnoHtly Advocates the Free lOolrmgeof That I plnkn VTall Street ling Most Too Inch Inllncneo with the irmore He Suffjccsts tlmt Campaign Iges should bo The itofttan Approprlatlnn IU11 Passes the rho Interstate Oomineroe Coin tho Ited States Commlnslonor to tho 1arlo Onpltal June McMil introduced a bill to amend i22 of the Interstate commerce as to makeit provide that uoth hn law shall prevent the transpor l j any carrier of supplies and for use by any other carrier in i jinens as such either free IT rate of compensation that may feed vor bill was re 1 e course of his speech on the bill Her took occasion to deny the ac of some of the statements in Balis last speech on the Ouu was that the gold dollar had been the unit of That ml is not said it comes from an exsecretary lury or from anybody ir point speech Teller disputed and denied the increase of circulation had le with the increase in popula Teller argued that it would re i annual increase of of y to rapet the annual Increase of the statement by Sherman era that the supporters of the bill a cheap Teller said it lecies ot demagoguery which was ace to the They wanted lest dollar dollar 1 been stricken down without the the people and without their of silver were for paying t as it was contracted that it le and that was all that could The man who stood e senate arguing for the single was either dishonest or ignor tad no right to represent the m the American If the luld put in the White IIouso treasury department meu who conquer tbe nlngle standard hoy could be but 1 ir went on to speak of the sil in the rtupubUutkn plal t said that if he had supposed it e claptrap the Republican ticket ot have bad such support from would not have got the great tbut it did in tuo mute of Colo lie wen on to say that the bi rinclple had had its worst ene toat effective the man who it the most harm in the treasury tat it had been within the power ministration to relieve the peo bat what the people euilored was door of the but jig no feeling favorable to bl me Mi in high places and would riot be street could influence polit party had been met by tbe loo that congress must legislate gain the good will ot the bun nests of the That meant Ue remembered the case lident address wd of people iu Wall street and at he saw before him the repre i of the great Interests ot the iut the fact Teller d not f ao before him a single tiad ever done an honests days ir produced an article of coin even promoted the industrial the ilnCJuBion Teller declared that the Republican party or JHhould be his vote should ft for that measure which would the burden put upon the debtors and do It without dfctrl he II went over till executive session the senate THE HOUSE June house it intocommitteu of the son of iu the chair on olHco appropriation No o was made to the measure and nlttee having specially conaid reported it to the house was The house then for tho Bouthorii Juna le has rendered a decision aulrm ecislonoftbe commissioner of eral land office In the case of Stevens suspending his cash coal a tract at the Santa Fe for the reason with the tract hud been Bur allotinentto the tact in question is situated in f of township ying J the Sin Juan purt of the jrof the Navajo IndUn reserva by executive order of April By act of Jima the Ant subuilttsi by the confeder of Ute Indians In Colorado ale of their reservation Sn said adopted and The i Utes agreed to remove to and t aon tbe unoccupied agricultural the Platte river iu sii ur IU No tall 0 fr A ne should not be a sufficiency of oo the La PJatte river in Ool upon such other unoccupied be found on the La Platte vicinity in New involved appears to have been i surveys made prior to T direction of the commls itwl iand iu township ranges ourteeu and for the mason that all these parts of said township not within the Navtijo reservation be on account of their having lieen surveyed for allotments to the Ute Tna executive order of was amended Hay go as to restore to sale and settlement all those parts of township ranges fifteen and sixteen south of the Han J uau No further action wns taken until May when claimant was allowed to make the entry iu The in having stated officially that at tbe date of the entry there was nothing whatever on the plats or records of his ofllce Indicating that entries had been suspended in the townships men tbe commissioner made official reply that the order of June re lieving said townships from was an as the order of May related only to to tbe reserva tion for the and the suspension on account of surveys for the should not have been The commissioner further directed that pending the ratification of an agreement recently negotiated with the Utes under authority of pro viding for their removal to terri torial action upon entries north of the Son Jaun in townships ranges 14 and should Ue Secre tary Noble says he is advised by In dian bureau that tho section containing tha tract In question is still held in res ervation for the Southern and upon the present he must concur in thn conclusion pond ing the determination of the matter of the removal of said Indians to Utah ter the entry In question should re main The SoBnr June Finance committee of the senate further consid ered tbe llax and cotton schedule of the McKinley bill No mate rial change was made in these and only slight changes were made in any It is understood that the wool and sugar schedules will be considered next and the in tenlion of the committee is to finish the entire bill this The to bacco wool aud sugar schedules were passed over last but are now in The glassware and metal schedules have been furnished the minority members under an injunc tion not to give them out for publication until all the schedules have been com A number of changes have been tnado in these latter Itis un derstood that the advance In rates made by the house in the earthen and glass ware schedule have been cut and the figures of the senate bill ot two years ago It is reported that tbe sugar schedule will be materially changed by tho com The bounty it Is will be but tbe rate on refined sugar will be advanced from fourtenths to live tenths of a cent per There is come talk about the color line being restored to and it is also suggested duty will be placed on all sugars below From revenue thus derived from the duty the bounty could be it is would remove the principal objec tion to a The growth of sugar would be reconciled to an entire removal of duties and tbe payment of a bounty if they should be assured that the bounty should be But they apprehend that to take or annually from the treasury would soon become and that the discontent would be so general that congress would be compelled to repeal the With a small duty on raw sugar the bounty could be paid from the money thus collected and still leave a very respectable sum for the general purposes of the TUK DEEP Kllcore Positive That It Will Pan the IIouso June I be lieve the house will pass the senate bill making the appropriation for the Giilvestou remarked Rep resentative Kilgore and when we secure the deep water you will see a notable increase in the trade of the The entire western irrespective of is for the scheme Tbe only opposition that may be raised in the house is the large appropriation but then only is available an so Texas will not receive the entire Bum In a lust year Texas received about for rivers and but in the bill that passed the house this time we only get and with the million for the deepwater you see its only a little more than what Texas received last The effect o deep water at Galvestoa will be to sim plify the entire mode of transportation of imports and and the farmers will find an outlet for their products at a small The deepwater measure is a companion scheme with the Sault Marie which is of as much impor tance to the northwest ue Galveston is to tbe Kilgore has been talking up the deep wattr scheme all and he feels confident that It will pass the house by a large Amorlvu at the Paris June Blaine today transmitted to congress the official report of Frank United States commissioner genera to the Paris Franklin says that the United States section received high The French authorities have been very gen erous and the number of decorations presented to United Slates citizens at the exposition exceeds that presented to the citizens of any foreign Indian June ac tion baa been taken by the house com mittee on Indian affairs oh the bill grant log to the Kansas and Nebraska Railway company power to tell to the and Pacific Hall on the senate bill ap jronrlatlng aggregating f to enable tbn secretary of the nterlor to carry out in part the pro visions of the get of March for ho division of the Sioux reservation In SuperveHlon of Federal June tha fourth time the Ropublican representatives were in caucus tonight upon the sub ject of a national election to decide no between the Lodge and Rowell Rowell and Lodge were instructed to far mill ate a promise Its features will be ac enlargement of the supervisory system so that the supervisors shall par ticipate In voting and can To carry fully the national thu supervisors returns are to be prima facie evidence of the right of a member to his seat and to prevail in mak ing up the roll of thn ARreed on n Disability Ienilon June 10 protracted negotiations between the senate and the house respecting the differences arising from conllictiugamendments to the pen sion bill were brought to a successful onclusion by a final agreement of the By the terms of the agreement the senate recedes from its in upon the uependent pension features and tbe house agrees to drop the service pension leaving the bill a disability pension mmerce June inter state commerce commission today gave a hearing In the case of the New York board of trade aud transportation against the Pennsylvania and twentyone other leading railroads of tha John of New appeared as counsel for the complaint and exAttor ney General Wayne MacVeagh for the Pennsylvania The other de fendant roads were represented by their respective Republican June Republl can senatorial caucus tonight nominated Valentine of Nebraska as atarms of tbe senate to succeed tbe successful candi is lawyer at West He is about 50 years of He served three terms in congress from that retiring in since which time be has been engaged In the practice of his pro June general average of winter wheat is a reduc of 8 8 of last years winter wheat general per cottage of spring wheat is Taking winter aid spring wheat together the per centage of last years breadth is 95 showing a net loss of nearly one and threefourths million June following postmasters were confirmed today at and ans at Dodge TKKATIMU WITH TUB The Cherokee Commissioners Dnccosarully Negotiate with the Hues anil Koxes SAC AND Fox June Tbe Cherokee commissioners spentall of today arranging final details in connec tion with the doal made for the cession of all lands belonging to tbe Sac and Fox It is believed that tomor row will end the work and that all the papers will be ready for delivery to the secretary of the All that re mains undone is tor the Indians to de termine upon a plan for the payment of the money received from the Borne want the whole amount paid out per cap ita at while others favor the hold Ing in trust by the government of a suffi cient amount to guarantee an annuity payment every The Indians are in high glee over the prospects of secur ing the big payment soon and aeem to realizii they have the best end of the The richest one in the tribe Is who becomes owner ot acres of besides receiving in Other Indians become rich in It depends on the number belonging to the The success of thtt commission In securing cession of the Sac and Fox lands had placed new life into the movement of boomers and several trains of wagons loaded with tente and other necessities were discovered late yesterday evening near all making for the Iowa to await the opening which is expected at an early Upon leaving here tbe commissioners hope to be able to deal with the Potawattomie tribe di rectly south of theSao and Fox A Quarrel Over Dressed Beef June quarrel over dressed beef rates in which the eastern roads are engaged haa resulted in tbe withdrawal of the Chicago and Grand Trunk from the Central Traffic Associ and tbe officials of that road have become incensed at Chairman Blanchard for refusing to authorize them to protect their differential and claim that under tbe circumstances they will be better off outside of the Chairman June the meeting this morning of the Western Passenger Association formerly third vicepresident and general manager of the Fe California was unanimously elected chair A WATER HAUL ArkansuB Train Robbers have Their Trouble All For They Were After a Ten Thousand Dollar Package Bat Stowed the Wrong A Cotton Helt Kxpresl Dainlled by Who Then BIHeA tho Kx preifl A Tramp SteaJlne a Hide Inntantly Tho ttlre mau and AleMffenger Fired liy the Cowardly BbarllVa 3nftae In Conlllotlnlt June A speciil to tbe Republic from aaye The westbound Cotton Belt train which left here shortly before 12 oclock last left the track in the spur two miles from Au unknown man who was stealing a ride on tho foremost baggage car was instantly crushed to death and the passengers and trainmen were badly shaken The engineer and fireman had scarcely recovered from the shock when six shooters and Winchesters were rammed In their faces and they were ordered to lead the van in a march upon tho express The roubers had turned the switch and caused the They entered the express car and after a short resistance from Messenger went through the it is less than After they had gone through this car the robbers marched the engineer fireman and messenger about 100 yards from the railroad seated them on a log and told them to stay there with their eyes shut for one When the bandits had gone a distance of about fifty yards they turned and fired a volley at the men holding down the The messenger waa shot through the left and another bullet pierced bis The robbers then It required but a short time to notify officers here who are now la pursuit of the One party has been arrest ed and is now in but has not yet been fully Yesterday afternoon was taken from the Southern Express companys ofllce up town and carried to the depot This was sent It ia supposed the robbers were on the lookout but made a thinking the money was to go When the train left the track Con ductor who waa in charge of the went running to the front to ascertain the cause of the tie was called to halt but continued to ad not thinking of The first man he came ncross was one of the rob The conductor lantern in the bandits revolver he was ordered to aud this ilme two years had been pay ng court to and encouraged first one aud then the Both were well educated and re spec Cable young Sunday evening La tham drove up to her fathers house and asked her to go to prayer meeting with She and as they were re lurnlngthey met young Curtis on Be had been to call on Miss He hailed the occupants of the buggy and asked Latham to get out for a eg le wished to speak with Latham ot down aud the two young men walked up the road in tho Hale sat in the On a sudden she saw a a man another running She ran to the spot and found young Latham stabbed in the but stlH Supported by the he managed to get into the and she took him to her A doctor was called and said that Latham could not Hardly had the physician made this announcement when tho murdurer walked into the yard and knocked at the inquiring as to his victims condi When told that be could not re cover Curtis drew out the same knife with which he had stabbed Latham and plunged it into bio own He was taken into the house and laid on a bed iu the room next to that oocuplsd by bis Both will popularity Is such that he was elected president of the association list an honor coveted by many of his gold braided and decorated Sale of Railroad June president of the Southwestern Baltimore and Ohio Hallroad company and who epresented the syndicate on the recent negotiation for the purchase of the citys lolding of the Baltimore and Ohio rail brought that operation to a close this He deposited the required by the terras of the or CROP stimntoa of the Acreage and Con dition of Leading lie Averages of Winter Wheat Arc iinance signed yesterday by Mayor Di Bucon fully accepted tt terms of the The finance committee on behalf of ho city agree in virtue of this deponit to ell to Bacon the shares of stock of the Baltimore and now owned by he at per Ihia sum is to be paid on or before July 1 when the transfer of the stock will be made to A llamas Buttons Tenacity or Lite As tounds June death of Thomas which occurred this morning at 1 ends a case which is without a parallel the A year and a half ago the then a bright lad of fell from a butchers wagon and hurt his For a time he im proved rapidly and seemed in a fair way to recover from the But about four months ago paralysis His atom acn and bowels became and for ninetysix ending at the time of his not a morsel of food has passed his For a while a lull of wine was given each twentyfour His stomach soon refused even this Then white soda wa ter was and for the last thirty days only pure water has been used to moisten his During this long fast the boy bus lost and at the time of his death weighed but a trifle over fifty The shrunken skin barely cov ered his and he presented a terri ble picture of Through all his terrible struggle with death young Button has retained con Ho haa recognized his friends and relatives and the Sisters of whose school he formerly He has been too weak to speak for the past two but would thrust out a bony little arm to shake hands In Physicians are as tounded at tbe length of time the little Uuokcrjf June Demo cratic convention of the Third Missouri Congressional district was held here to present representative in congress from tbe dis was renomlnated by Weather June until 8 Kansas lightly variable winds wv fcuo JOUKVU ui nine vuw mut the without His death under the othet Again has bean hourly expected for orders were obeyed with A great deal of excitement prevails on account of the Within the last few years several robberies have been perpetrated within a radius of 100 miles of The people here are exasper ated and if the guilty parties are caught Judge Lynch will save the court Another account of the robbery is tel egraphed the Republic from Little as follows Another bold and Jaiing train robbery has occurred on the Arkansas and This time the Southern Express company suffered the At an early hour thla morning the express car attached to the northbound passenger train was robbed between Camden and Texaxkana by four masked men and about was taken from the Messenger Nesbitt was in charge of the As soon as he discovered the Intention of tbe meu he fired two shots at the leader and was in the act o firing a third when he received a bullet iu bin right breast and fell to the The robbers boarded the train at a water where they had been in waiting for some Express Agent of arrived this evening and reports that Nesbitt was killed and that the rob bers secured everything of vahio in the Tho men made their About fifteen months ago a similar robbery occurred on this Barue line near Two of the Steve and Rube the celebrated train were captured apd confined in the Arkansas pending their Rube escaped and Bteva died wbile in It is expected that the men who robbed the train this morning are a part of thn same A Ute special from Camden says the robbers placed obstructions on the track in the shape of derailing the and that Nesbitt was instantly The Superlative Degree or Jnmklsm NEW June At this morn ings session of the synod of the Re formed Presbyterian church discussion was begun upon the report heretofore presented upcn tbe subject of a union with the general Elder David of Kansas spoke in favor of the report and against any The substance of their ar gument was that the general synod did not accept the standards of the The general synod substantially held that its members might swear allegiance to the constitution of the government and that their members vote and hold The synod placod itself on record that it was inconsistent for any of 113 members to hold ofllCB or owe allegi ance to the United States because it did not acknowledge tbe sov ereignty of God as it The speakers in favor of union and against tha repirt were John of Kan Thomp of New and of At S oclock without reaching a toe synod adjourned until toinorrow For Love ot ft June ousy was the cause of a double tragedy in the neighboring town of Harwiatoo Miss Jennie for love of whom a murder and a suicide have the pretty daughter committed of farmer of Ue 80 oU Lee Waldo w The mother of the boy has watched by his night and for Army IX June irdors Issued today were as follows First George Ler Brown will visit tho camp of he Delaware militia during the period of its annual encampment for the current for the purpose of inspecting the roops taking part Second Sedgwick Seventh is relieved from further duty at United States infantry and cavalry ichool near and will proceed at the expiration of his present sick leave of absence to join bis The leave of absence on account of ickness granted Stephen Staf Fifteenth is extended three months on account of with permission to leave the division ot the The unexecuted part of the sentence s remmitted in the case of George late private in company Fourth now in the Leavenworth military Two years of the sentence are remitted in the case of John lae private in company Twentysecond alias John late private company Thirteenth now in the Leav enworth military The following named enlisted now Lt the posts set opposite their re spective are transferred to the hospital corps as privates James Cleary company Seventh Fort D Private John Montgom company Eighteenth infantry Fort j Private Charles Tbomp troop Ninth Fort Nlo Leave of absence for four to take effect when his services can be spared by the chief signal officer of tbe is granted Second Frank signal Commissary Sergeant Arthur Judd United States is by direction of the upon his own application placed upon the retired list created by that The resignation of First Millard Tenth has been accepted by tbe to take effect June The and NBW June report was current on Wall street that tho Richmond Terminal company was the real purchasers of the city of Baltimore holdings of Baltimore and Ohio It was also reported that the Northern Pacific has toincd in tbe and would use the Baltimore and Ohio as an eastern The deal is also said to in clude an arrangement by which the Pa cific mail steamship line will give the Northern Pacific railroad transPacific Calvin Brice and Samuel Thomas will be made directors of tbe Baltimore md Ohio in a few days and will represent he new interests in the Increue of SelrUnrdor In June the last fortnight au appalling number of sui cides have occurred in Petersburg and other Russian the victims of selfdestruction having been mainly of the better Today another stu dent in the Russian school of Mines shot himself and the motive for tha deed is regarded as very mysterious by his The Petersburg connect all these self murders with the recent arrest of Nihi lists in Paris and ascribe them to the revelations contained in the correspond ence captured at the lodgings of the conspirators by the Paris at June is the opening day of the spring meeting of the northwestern trotting In thi purse Dia mond Eva Linda Sprague third best time In the trotting Judge Hlder Call Brook Brilliautiue third best A IuKiu Fuctllo June Presi dent Holcomb of the Union Pacific has acceded to the demands of the freight briikemen and baggagemen of the Hereafter freight conduc tors will receive cents per mile for 100 mile runs and 30 and 20 cents per IIOUT for A lllg JKKKKHSON June a was arrested here charged with having stolen in cash and a number o f checks from Capt Jteininger one day last The negro was thoroughly identified by Sedalia people who changed several bills Eor Kninora of a June 2 mors are current here that a cyclone to night struck the little town of Will The place is ten miles from telegraph or Fears are ex pressed that a number of lives have been Died or nit SAN June who was badly punished la a brutal fight with gloves with Frank Lame at the QoMen Gate Athletic club laat died this Larno is under Tallcoriroiecutlng trtuitnu Ztit uny says that the emperor ban refused to assent to the suggestion that Prince Bis marck be prosecuted for divulging state An KuKtneora OoBtly June miles north of on the Illinois Central this morning wag the scene of a dangerous Two freight trains causing great destruction to the engines of both trains and to several loaded cars The on the traiu fell asleep and ran by the meeting thus causing the Two or three of the trainmen received serious none John Mew Klectad June Consular asso ciation of London IB an organization of foreign the metropolis who meet twice each year for the laudable purpose of having dinner uy of the European and Asiatic con suls wear gorgeous uniforms and glitter with c At trteie semiannual banquet CongulQeo eral Now of the United States wears a slouch hat he purchased at Indianapolis md a BchutZBDleat medal be won at a tournament in Broad Be likewise expectorates on the floor whea he ferii like Neyertheleu his BASH NATIONAL At Chicago 0 Cleveland Base 10 I and At Philadelphia 2 New York 2 New York Philadelphia 1 New York 7 PitchersVickery and At Boston 0 0 1 0 0 0 Brooklyn Base 11 Brooklyn 1 Pitchers Clarkeou and At Cincinnati Pittaburg 0 Base 104 0 0 Pitchers Foreman and AMgBIOAM At Rochester Athletics 0 Base 10 4 Errors 2 Athletics Callihan and Louisville Columbus 1 Q Hue 18 Louisville 4 PitchersStmton tad AU Below Those of Lust anr In Indiana Ham Heen Plowed untl Replaced by Other KAUNOA ait Uiual the Llat of Winter Wheat Both an to In oreaae or Acreage and Condition or CropOther June The statistical eturns of Jnae to the department of oulture include preliminary estimates the area of both spring and and Its While several tatea increased the area of winter wheat ast autumn the heavy reduction by lowing and planting other crops to 10 lace the winter killed wheat In n Indiana and to a limited extent la two r three other states has reduced the sreage in every wheat growing state ot ny prominence except Kansas and Ore The percentages represent the ctual area now growing in comparison ith the acreage harvested last and nclude all that was seeded last fall ex ept what has been replaced by other The general average Is a reduc on of per of last years winter beat The percentages of the principal states re as follows New York Pennsyl aoia Virginia Georgia Texas Kentucky Ohio Michigan Illinois Missouri as California Oregon An increase of acreage iu spring wheat reported except in Wisconsin and Da The percentages are Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Nebraska the Dakotas There la also in rease In Washington and the The general percentage IB Taking winter and spring wheat igether the percentage of last years readth is showing a net loss of early one and threefourth million The estimated area of 1889 waa The condition of crowing winter wheat as declined from 80 to t since the rst of Slight improvement la no ced in New York and Pennsylvania and n Ohio and The condition f whucit in Illinois and Texas emaina at the same low figures of last A decline is apparent in Mich Missouri and and In nearly II the southern states the plants are gen roily thin on the ground lacking ths The patches of baro spots re more conspicuous as the season pro The averages of condition of rmcipal states are NBW York I8 Virginia Georgia exas Tennessee Kentucky Ihio Michigan Indiana llli ois Missouri Kansas California Oregon The following are aomo of the spring heat per centagoB of rendition onslu Iowa Ne raska Dakotas Colorado The virago of entire spring wheat breadth is The reported area of oats is condi Area of barley condition Area of rye condition clover condition 10113 AT The the Event of tlie Won by Verge S June Opening day spring meeting Kansas City Jorkey The Derby was the event of tno liley was entered but became lame in working this morning and was greatly to the disappointment of the There were only four starters out of eight entries Verge owned by Weiborn of Kansas whose Le won last years The other starters were Blue Lord of the Harem and ferge DOr won very much ashe Mid of the Harem Dllliklna third First One purse Churchill Clark Oro third Second Fivo purse 1500 Parapet Dewberry Shawnee third time 4 Third One and a half Fourth Six f purse Kiowa Mayhart second Fifth and onesix teenth purse Medolin Mnta IUgardle93 third ARiilrs ut June The supreme court was in session to three judges Chief Justice presiding As many as 102 attorneys ware admitted The court will be in session again to morrow and will promulgate rules of The large ice olant commenced work Information received is that the awattnmies are anxious to meet the com missioner and that there is no doubt but that the com minaion will secure terms with this The HlMourl ou the June The Misouri river is experiencing its annual June rise at this Yesterday morning the river waa twelve feet above low water This morning It was sixteen feet above and tonight twenty and one half feet and rising No damage In expected here where the water is still many feet below its at AlorrU Mourns June Winners of todays races Hu Burling Gypiy OTtaaertt at ot June to days races Julia Little Deny John   

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