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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 12, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                sr V Your in The DAILY HUTCHINSON NEWS Advertise MEWS1 THURSDAY JUNE 12l89o WASHING10N swa and Gossip Gathered About the National Day In Both Branches of Con Modified Morrill Pen sion Bill a Compromtoe Ueaanra Adopted by S the conference of the Two of the Deep Harbor BUI Alarmed at the Delay of the Committee on Approved by the June senate to lay proceeded to further consideration f the silver bill and Emtts spoke in the The silver bill then went ver till The senate bill to prohibit monopoly a the transportation of cattle to foreign which was under discussion ast was then taken up and assed without further The senate resolution in regard to ex port trade of cattle was then tsken up ind The senate bill to provide for the in of live cattle and beef products i tended for export to foreign countries I j as taken up and It requires the cretary of agriculture to cause to be ode a careful Inspection ot all live cat e and beef products intended for ex art to foreign countries from the United with a view to ascertain whether ich cattle and beef products are free om and for this pur1 ose he may appoint inspectors iwho shall be authorized to give Jan official certificate clearly stating the condition in which such beef products are and no clearance shall be given to any vessel having on board ittle or beef products for exportation to foreign unless the owner or alpper of such has a certificate om the inspectors stating that said cat e or beef products are sound and frei lorn I The senate then proceeded to the con federation of the individual pension bill in the calendar asd passed seventyfivi Jf I After an executive session the senate THE HOUSE confer fence report on the Merrill pension i presented to the house Th onference report was agreed yeas 145 ays Stewart presented the conferenc jtBporton the senate antitrust Vent over without action until tomor and the house Harbor June 11TheGa harbor peoole are considerably over the attitude of the houa on rules toward their bil is bill appropriates to b mediately for the improve iDt of the deepwater harbor at Ga it is further provided tha e appropriations of a yea tali continue for five year us making in Th been an appropriation which was let t of the regular river and harbor bil e understanding being that the Texas pwater bill and the bill for the 1m of Sault Marie I should go together as inde indent The Mar ill curries an appropriation of ie river and harbor bill passed the bous couple of weeks and about tb lame time a resolution was intro luced authorizing the committee o ules to fix a day for the considers Ition of the Texas deepwater an Sault S Marie canal It was ex ted that the committee would repoi if ore this but there appears to b hitch about the and the Mich in and Texas people are becomin me what concerned at the It ideratood that the committee no a McKinley an ut are said to favor the two mess and are ready to fix a day for the but Heed and Can appear to The vacancy o the committee caused by tha death o Randall has not as yet been this is dune the resolution may m e Meanwhile the friends i he two bills are growing anxiou is said that some of the senator re urging action by the houne comml and have essayed to make some su estlons to Speaker These sui estions are not received with much fi and according to the story in oircu the senators were matt emphatic lly earned Altogether it begin o look a little squally for the Ttxa eepwater and Sault Marie bill ut the friends of both are It robable that as soon as the rush of regi ar appropriation bills is over these tn aeasures will be given a in whic vent there is little doubt of their pa The Dependent Pennlou June depende eneion bill as agreed upon by the con erence and reported to the bouse toda tter providing for tbe pensioning ot d endent says that M person vho served three months or more in th nilitary or naval service of the Unite tatestnthe war of therebellion tn rho have been honorably discharge and who are now or who ma rf CtttJ QUW piereafter he Buffering from g from a mental a permanent cha the lesult of their ow o jvcioua the jKfrom the performance ot manuel lab in such ft degree us to render them to a shall be placed ipon the Mat of Invalid pensioners he United be entitled to receive tension not to exceed 18 per oiont md not less than 6 per proDo toned to their inability to earn support inch pension to continue during the ex istence of Bank ID th service shall not be considered in OM filed this pp rovlsjon Is majft for pensioning rate of month the widows c ovmg that death was the result ot my and likewise granting month to every child under 10 years Ten dollars is fixed e to be chart under th as a limit of the r agents In preparing The MUiKilppl June house ommlttee on elections held a meeting but no action was taken relative taefive eases remaining to be was announced last Friday that today ie sub committees would report on the asea of Hill versus Catohings and Kern ghan versus from nd the case of Goodrloh versus om who has charge f the two Mississippi was not eady this morning with his reports and ence they were not He did not ndloate when he would be but the ommlttee expects him to report next There is no doubt that Houk has een dlfposed to decide in favor of he in the first named nd probably in favor of the in the second but strong ressure is being brought to bsar in favor f the sitting whose seat is being contested by Oatchinga is a member of the Han on June The whole republic is making extensive preparations for the demonstration in honor of the His bravery at the historical battlei ot Apure and Oarabobo mill commands the highest esteem of the who have Issued many Invi tations to join ia the AflMn at June supreme court decided Its first case It was a habeas corpus case by a land office who bad been arrested for per jury for swearing to false statements in affidavits of The court held that the arrest was and the habeas corpus writ was ac cordingly This will tend to stop these which have of late grown less frequent on account of several cases of perjury brought agalnt The Iowa and Sao counties are being overrun with who are hunting for good for which they will strive when the lands are thrown open for One of these exploring parties consisting of eighteen arrived here They report that Governor Jerome is sick at the Sac and For reservation and was obliged to send to Edmond for a His illness la thought to be only slight and he will be ready to proceed with negotiations with the Potawattomies in a few The land office here is rushed with GENERAL State Convention of Missouri Dem ocrats at The Day Spent In Speeches and Fruitless Efforts to Nominate a are wanted here for the larceny of in cash and bonds from John the owner of WaUarti The men were taken to police The story ia one of the robbery of a where one slight step to the another and still another seem necessary until there seemed no way out but flight Young Wallace is very penitent and told the story ot the casein which he throws the whole blame on ley order a primary election throughout he state at which white people only will 9 allowed to the regular ection to be held within thirty nd If K majority voting at the primaries avor theaubmiasion of the lottery amend nents to the the governor is to a special session of the legislature for hat purpose within thirty days after the said harbor and nl he has many iver and lough a ilenda among Republicans who are ntersstod in Mississippi river 1m As Oatchlngs has ean quite active and influen as a member of the river nd harbor particularly in the matter of appropriations affecting the Mississippi many of the Ippi Valley Republicans are endeavor ng to have him The damag ng letterj which it is said Catohings wrote during and immediately following tie last campaign with one excep still in the hands ot Senator hairman of the National Republican It is expected the GoodrichBui lock case also will be decided on and he remaining cases of Al from West and Eaton from will be decided next There are three cases now pending before the having been They are Chalmers Mor from Mississippi Langston from and Mll er from South The reports before the house are In favor of and Venable and Elliott both Morgan ia the fourth Democratic contestee who has been The other three are Clark of Parelt of and Buchanan of The committee expects to dispose the election cases before the end of this Aota Approved by the June president las approved the act for the relief of the Union Iron works of Ban Francisco and the act donating Lake to the city of Bin Nomination June nomina tion of Selah Farweil as receiver of public moneys at has been June president nominated Clara Nichols post master at Fort STATE Awards Blade by the State Board of Char Itlee June state board of charities was In session to awarding the semiannual contracts for the various state The awards will be completed The contract for furnishing beef to the Topeka insane asylum was awarded to the Charles Wolf Packing company of this and the contract for furnish ing beef to the state reform school was awarded to Buechner of North To The Kansat City packing bouses were bidders and were by home The f allowing awards were al 10 made Dry Larimer Sb Wichita Atchison Weaver Lawrence Barton boots and Kansas Davis Topeka Wolfing Louis Nave Kansu CityjBymns Murdock Kansas City Lets Chemical Lawrence Baker Atchison New York Mercantile Beloil Sherman Wilson Beahm Mofflt Atcbison Norton Blair Eleva tor Topeka Quenemo Mill Quenemo Orance business and is office doing Three genuine land contests are now being involving the townsites of Weet Oklahoma City and Nor besides many between homestead Oommenoement June com mencement exercises of Johns mili tary school ended today by proceedings la Bonds opera Graduate Henry Buel OBer of Saliaa delivered a mas terly oration and valedictory upon Le onldas and HU Band and John Gordon Huntington of Hays City spoke upon the Unsolved Professor Oanfleld delivered an address to the graduating Diplomas were con ferred by Bishop Thomas of the Episco pal A Reported Failure June Warren were posted on the board of trade SB having failed to meet their Warren is of the heaviest opera tors on the Warren is an individual operator using the firm name of Robert Warren He Is said to have owned onethird of the cash wheat in The Bank of Montreal is reported to have shut down on owing to the recent drop in DeWIlt Illinois VIMted by a Destructive Cyclone la Iowa Oonalderable net of One of the Texarkana Train Made by the Kan State board of OharltlciOther From the Sunflower June Democrat state convention called to nominate a candidate for supreme state superintendent of the public railway commissioner and to elect a new state central met here Upon reassembling the committees on credentials and order of business re torted and their reports were Benton was elected president of he convention ex Governor Ball and vicepresi dents After extempore speeches by several noted Democrats throe cheers were pro posed for Senator Vest and they were lven Governor Woodson alled for three cheers for Grover Cleve land and they also were given with a There weie three changes made in the personnel of tbe state central committee Bailey of Oalaway was elected from the Eleventh district in place ot Silver Tom Delaney of Springfield from the in place of and Alien of Jackson in place pi Hecklinof The convention then proceeded to bal lot for supreme The result was Burgess Stratton Ewing Grant Thomas McFariand Adjournment was then taken until 9 when balloting will be At midnight six ballots had been without a nomination having been made The lastbollot resulted aa Bur fees Stratton Thomas Mac Farland Gantt Ewing The dreary roll call continued aid the eighth ballot resulted as Ewlnc and Stratton having withdrawn Bur 234 104 42 N TO THB He Would Have Committed Murder to Ac complish Petty NEW June a thorough paced 18 years of 490 Eist Eighteenth was ar raigned in the Harlem police court and held for trial on a charge of feloniously assaulting Charles Hildebrandt ot 500 East Eightyfifth The atrocious assault occurred at Eightythird street and Central Hlidobrandt was one of the Including several in charge of a who number of were chil dren who hod been having a May The ninth ballot resulted 213 124 160 McFar Ojolone la June soecial to the Pantograph gives particulars of a cyclone which swept DoWitt county be tween 11 and 12 oclock A school party in Central They hud formed u procession at Seventyninth street and had marched up to Eightythird where a halt was maae preparatory to Mulllns hod followed the children and watching an opportunity attempted to wrest a silk flag from a little girl named Matilda 7 yearn Hilde brandt and Mulling whipped out a large which he threw at him The knile missed Its but would have pierced the childs breast had not Htlaebrandt thrown out his arm and received the blade through his The knife enured the back ot the hand and made a very serious It dropped to the pavement and Mullins made a dash to secure but it was picked up by Beuze before ho reached He attacked the lady and at tempted to take the weapon away from but didnoc During Che struggle the who clung to her mothers was severely cut just below tha left Failing to secure the Mulllns ran into the cellar of a tenement house near by where he was followed and capturec after a severe struggle by Hilde He was put into the card of Po liceman Walsh ot toe East Eightyeighth street police who took htm to thi station Hildebrandts wound will cause aim much althougl is a notorious and hoe been il several scrapes of a similar na Arm June orders sued today were as follows Henry assistant djatant is relieved from tempo ary duty in the inspector generals de and will report to the adjutant eneral of the array for duty In his Edmund Fifth artll will resume tha duties with which e was charged previous to his depart re for taking station for the resent at the pur in addition to other of pre aring his reports and of making dispo Ition of the materials gathered by him bile in He after consul ation with the majorgeneral command ng the army and the chief of nd at ouch times as they may house near Birkbeck was demolished Warren in an interview this afternoon v said It is not true that we have failed while school was in Fivechil ThrouKh an the deposit of a were of whom it is feared check was neglected this The matter boa been balanced and our busi ness will go right on without interrup Remain lu the June Blan chard of the Central Traffic Association had a long conference with Traffic Man ager Reeve of the Chicago and Grand Trunk the result of which was that the Grand Trunk officials consented to remain in the The right of that road to protect its differential rate on dressed beef ship ments will hereafter be The Train June special from Texarkana to the Republic Sheriff Edwards brought in today Parish How arrested at thirty miles south of on suspicion of being one of the train Howard has been held in jail for examination to GovernorRofs of Texas has offered reward for the arrest of the rob wo will At Wapella the IlUnoip Central depot and the Methodist church were A man named living near the was fatally Trees and tele graph poles were smashed in all direc and three horses Considerable damage was done at Waynesville and The storm moved from northwest to southwest in a pathway about half a mile system of voting on their nominee for Pawnee County their meeting to day Pawnee county Republican central committee adopted the Crawford county s candidates direct for t congress from the Seventh and June 19 was fixed as the date Tor the elec Bain la SMITH June county has been the recipient of several good soaking reins this week which have been pretty general over the They come in time to save all the corn and much of the small The pros pect for a big corn crop was never BO Xardinaaun KANSAS June national convention of delegates from the Rail way Yardmatters Association occurred here Forty delegates were pres President Hick a of Indlanap oplls The reports of the various committees were read and then the con vention went Into secret It is proposed U insert a clause in the cocEtl tutlon providing for A Pioneer Oltlien June a prominent pioneer UUd last He was 58 years of Be built the first buiMing erected in OarlUlai June Diokerson of Grant county was nomi nated on the 307th ballot to day to suc ceed Carlisle as representative in to a If June jewelry house in this city has manufactured a silver ornamented with laurel ana palm to fill an order given by several of the largess societies of The crown will be used at the celebration of the first anniversary Qf death of nae of most distinguished pot Newspaper for gale June for fifteen years owner and mana ger of the announces to day that be has formed other business engage ments and offers his paper for The Patriot is the oldest daily Democratic paper in having been established twentythree years Installed ae June Snow was formally installed to day as chancellor of tbe University of Charles Gleed delivered an address in behalf of the regents and the new chan cellor responded in an eloquent speech in which he set forth his alms and To lie KANSAS June Timtt tomorrow will say that it is officially an nounced that tho TransMissouri Passen ger Association is to be abandoned and that the roods which are new members of it will become members of tue reorgan ized Western States Beady EL June com missioners court for this county organ ganlzed Judge Seavery pre sided and all three of the commissioners were sworn in and proceeded to Court closes Weatlier June until 8 Kansas Fall no change in souther IT In June cyclone last night destroyed the fair ground halls and ore to pieces the residences of Bryant and All he inmates of the three houses were in ured more or though none STABBED BY HIS WIFES Thomaa Delaney Vlilted Fetenon and Nearly Killed in a NEW Jane Dela of 879 Bank lies at the point of death in the hospi tal at Elizabeth from the result of several stab wounds inflicted by James Peter Deaney married Petersons daughter some years but left her some time after on learning that she had been un faithful to her marriage The wife then went to live with David Delonoy wont to Petersons house on some business last and the men got into a Daring the row Delaney was stabbed in the head and One of the stab wounds pen etrated his He fell to the floor and was soon after removed in an ambu lance to the In his ante mortem statement he says that his who was in the house when the stabbing was held him while her father buried the knife repeatedly into his His wife denies The Petersons were arrested and Locked up to await the result of Delaneyn Death a NEW June a 53 yeirj of Bo3 Fulton died in Peters hospital yesterday before the ar rival of the who had been sum moned to take his antemortem state The coroner was called by the physicians at tbe who were In formed by Conner that his injuries were received in a fight with his Ed ward His son made a simi lar statement to the It appears that Edward had been pay Ing attention to a young servant girl in tbe Connor household and was ordered out of the Ia the fight that en sued his uncle was pusaed or fell into a boiler ot hot water and was scalded about the lower part of his body and He was attended by a doctor at his home for four days and finally bis condition be came so serious that he was removed to the In the meantime the had He gave himself up to tbe police yesterday and was looked up in a eel in the Adams sti oat He said that both his uncle and himself were drunk at the time of the UOYdSKULL OBO4HKD BE A WOMAN Harry Wolkof Offended Her and Hh Htrnok RBlow That Slay Kill NEW June Russian Hebrews living in the big tenemen house at 107 Mott street were ex cited last night by an assault upon Hart 4 yearold son of Isaac Wolko a who lives in the The U tie fellows skull was fractured with blunt instrument by an Italian woman The woman Mott street was crowded with a motle collection of people at the Th child was standing on the sidewalk i front of the house and itis suppose making some irritating remarks to th who is one of tbe dwellers i another large tenement house at 1 Mott street No one but Italians saw the assault o the When Wolkofs friend learnec of it the little one was lying on the pave The police at one began an but tbe Italian would only shrug their The boy was taken to the Ellzabet street station where an ambulanc surgeon from Chambers TEMPERANCE Is State and National Prohibition Desirable and Feasible The Notional Temperance Congress at New York Opened by sin Andrew by Hlsth Moenie Becommenrted br Robert Graham an the General Temper ance Flcht For Pro hibition la Other of a Kindred Nature Taken Vp and DU ORMed by of the BUKg rill proceed to Fort Frank ord and the National Ar under such in tructions as may be given him from me to time by the secretary of Cullen ordnance depart is relieved from duty at Frankfort and will re pair to and assume com mand of the Kennebeo Leave of absence for one to take effect on being relieved from duty at the North Gaorgia Agricultural Col ege is granted First Frederick Sixth The commanding department f will grant a furlough for six to take effect about July with permission to leave the United to Poat Quartermaster lennls on duty at Fort Bonth Dakota June Dem ocratic state convention convened at 8 oclock and heard the report of the com mittee on The platforms reaffirms the national platform of demands tariff demands graduated Income denounces the McKlnley op poses all sumptuary favors resubmlssion of opposes woman favors service pension and favors the full remonetlzatlon of sil There was a warm debate on the suffrage a minority report being the occasion for the most exciting The leader of the minority denounced the chairman Finally the convention quieted down and nominated the following ticket For Thomas and For For Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State Attorney Bartlett Tupp was endorsed for the United States NEW June Deems was made president of the national tem perance congress which convened hers to and began its work by discussing the question state and national pro hibition desirable and feasible He held It to be desirable and Instanced the condition of Maine new and before its temperance He said it was because the temperance people if united could secure anything they demanded of the The assertion that prohibition does not pro hibit he stigmatized as The advo cates of high license alone stood between prohibition and the liquor Robert who was introduced as the representative of the church move ment la behalf ot took the ground that national or state prohibition of the sale or manufacture of wines and fermented and distilled he would be an extreme law and should have an impregnable Where was this basis to be found Was it in the Scripture Where was the command ment Thou shalt not drink Drunken ness was but drinking was a matter between ones conscience and he was not In spite of it the sale of liquor goes on practically openly in Bangor and other towns of Maine and in New Vermont and He was in favor of high The next topic discussed was a Poison Never to be Used for Beverage He held that whether in distilled or fermented should neyirbeused as a however The third topic taken up was The Battle of the opening address being made by Professor Corn well of He referred to the pending struggle in behalf of prohibi tion in The speaker said the struggle was sure to lead to success throughout the state of The result depends on the city of They needed assistance in their battle Peter Drowned While After a NEW June body of Wtjllam an 8 yearold who was drowned from the pier at Jane street North river on Saturday afternoon while trying to recover a ball which his com panions had batted into the was recovered yesterday William was the son ot a laborer at 118 Jane His mother is nearly crazed with grief over the death of her who was her favorite said he had a compound fracture of the He was removed to the hospital and it ie Detective Crystal went to work on the case at once with the aid of an Italian in Duped by a June a di vine was arrested on charged with embezzling from Berlo The members of the firm seemed to recognize a cer tain power alleged to be possessed by who through some mysterious spiritual influence was to increase the business of the firm Berlo had three tin boxes made and placed in one f 125 in another and in The money was to remain in the boxes to be Anointed through and thus become wonderfully While Ruse was undergoing a trance the he by some inexplicable means was transferred to his Rose is only 19 years and a The cose la of such a complicated nature that it will probably be settled out of Arrested for June negro who murdered old man Underwood about a week ago and then robbed him has been Two Mexicans who are supposed to be implicated in the murder were also placed under A watch was found on the person of the negro which belonged to Underwood and some jewelry which belonged to th old man was found in the house of Grie one uf the KANSAS June the evening eesioaof the yardmastersconvention Q Hicks was reelected president and Marshall of secretary and A committee was appointed on federation with other railroad mens The matter ot Inserting a trike clause in the constitution was not After selecting Toledo as he place for the next meeting the oon NEW June geants of Inspector Byrnesstaff returned from Havanna today with young Robert A HorMThlerlujr June F Conrad was arrested here on the charge of stealing a horse from his brothers farm near His brother re fused to appear against him and he was Today Sheriff Spratt re ceived a telegram from the sheriff al Corning stating that Conrad bad stolen another horse and was heading for Bt The BATON June A chairman of the Democrats state neutral last night wrote a letter to Slate Senator leader o the antilottery faction in the legislature means of settling the lottery question and avoiding dissensions wlthi the party that the central commit be convened wlthta ten and tha The against the saloon If the prohi bitionists lost the fight in Iowa would be wrested from but he could foresee an entire northwest free from The day was given up to discussion ot papers on kindred At an evening session Howard Crosby denounced prohibition as un timely and impracticable at the present He high He urged unity of action lu the temperance cause on the part of the prohibitionists instead of cavil at tbe workers who dif fered from their and in conclusion said that if by vice would be thrown wide Faced HU Tlotlme In NBW June Ro an Italian 87 years says he lives la Jersey was a prisoner in the Tombs police court yesterday morn with his wife and mother inlaw ap pearing against Rosa tbe prisoners and Mary her live a 27 d that if prohibition could be adopted force In New York city floodgates of Hot June H La excounty charged with forg iry in altering the census In a rial before the district court the jury re a verdict of not Kemmleri June on motion of Attorney General has vacated and dismissed tbe writ of habeas corpus in William Kemm lers BASH At 01031800001 8 Base 1C New York 3 New York and At 0 OO 0 0 0 0 0 Base 4 Brooklyn 8 and At Base 10 2 PitchersBtaley and AHBKIOAM At 4 d Base 7 4 Louisville 0 and At 0 0103001 6 Base U 8 PltehenBowders and Mulberry Frederick visited their rooms on May 24 and indulged in pistol which resulted in the wife receiving a bullet in the left leg and her mother be ing shot in the having warmed up to the then endeavored to shoot In tha be made a dis mal inflicting only a scalp wound that necessitated his being a patient in Bellevue until when he ap peared in the Tombs court to survey the surroundings from between several Tbe prisoner did not remember the but knew he went to the house to get his wife to return to his Police Judge McMahon held the prisoner in ball to answer in general ses Bacei at Kaiuai KANSAS June The following are the winners at the second days spring meeting of the Kansas City Jockey club First One purse Churchill Clark Bydy W hit tier third Second mile and twenty free handicap with added Cashier Little Minnie third Third Five the li halt adde Kthel Hazel Hurst Trow bridge third 1 4 Fourth Five heats purse Balance Service third Fifth One and selling purse Browj Melbourne Jack 1 berty dded Jtacen at Ja days trotting races class Linn March Isaacs Jenny Bulmont fourth best time purse Alraont William E Duco third best time Wlnneri ut MOKIUS June The winners Of today on a track were Miss Prince Sey RiceUnd and to at June Winners ot days races are Marie L Good   

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