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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas It Will Pay Yon to Your Business In Advertise The DAILY HUTCHINSON Advertise IN THE DAILY IVEWSI FRIDAY JUNE Yesterdays Proceedings In Both Branches of The Conference Report on the De pendent Pension Bill Presented to the Senator JBTarU the Oliver While Henator Vance in Favor of Free Afrrlenltural Ap propriation kill Faued br the Houie Federal Kleotlon Tax on From the Adulterated Beer Rational June Davis pre sented the conference report on the de pendent pension Davin presented the conference re port on the dependent pension bill and at the request of Cullom proceeded to explain it As to the question of a dependents parents he said that all the change made by the bill from the exist ing law was that whereas the existing law required dependency to exist at the tiro V of the soldiers the pending measure merely required dependency at if the Mme ot the The amount TT of the pension is the same as under the ex j He went on to say that she house substitute has contained a pro vision for service pensions for the benefit of all who had reached the age of 00 After much discussion the fea turo of the bill had been entirely elimi The senate he badfixed the rate ot pensions unqualifiedly at twelve dollars a but the conferees have changed and agreed to a pen sion not exceeding twelve dollars and not less than Davis said that when the bill was first before the senate he had estimated its cost at that the changes made would add to the Hie opinion was that the bill would add a year to the present cost of He added as i his opinion that any further conference would be The report went over and was ord ered printed with the bill as agreed to by the Tne senate silver bill was then taken up and Evarta addressed the Congress waa now prepared for the in one form or of a measure as compared with any j thing that had been done in the interval between 1808 and was like the stop of a giant ad compared with that of a sick who made three paces and then Speaking of the proposed open ing of the American mints to the silver of the Evarts with the difference in ratio 15 in Europe and 1 lit this country that measure would be Utterly especially If 1C was desired also to cause the opening of the mints abroad to The proposition to receive silver bul lion over the counter of the treasury and to pay for it in certificates leaving the transaction at the will of the owner of the had never approved Itself to his He regarded it as being a step back Money could never be safely treated as a It was not to be treated as anything but the force and pro pulsion of Vance spoke In favor of the un limited coinage of Morgan began a free coinage but without concluding his re marks yielded to a motion to THE HOUSE June confer ence report on the antitrust bill was re jected by a vote of 130 to Stewart of Vermont moved further 101 nays Henderson of from the com mittee on reported an urgency deficiency bill appropriating for the payment of pensions and for expenses of the eleventh Morrow of presented the conference report on the pension ap propriation The which was a disagreeing adopted and a further confer ence was Asenate bill waa passed granting to the Kansas and Nebraska Uiil road company power to convey to the Rock Island and Pacific Railroad com its property and franchises tn the territory of Oklahoma and the Indian The house then went into committee of the Payson of Illinois in the for consideration of the agri cultural The com mittee soon rose and the bill The house then took a the even ing session to be forjthe consideration of bills reported from the committee on At the evening session Finley of acted the role of objector to night and allowed a tithe only of the bills presented to come to the point of consequently the session was a snort The house at BUI June president tordsjr retained to the house without his Approval the bill for the erection of a public building at The his veto message says Vx jluthe present uncertain state of the public revenues and expenditures result ing from pending and probable legisla tion th An to my mind an absolute ne cesslty tiur expenditures for public should be except in I vases where the pnbho needs are very lendent and very It is clear this is not such a r In the Bands of the Public Juno house Caucus committee which is charged with the preparation of a national election bill en lines agreed upon by the last caucus has been industriously perfecting the de of and has so far to be able to send a rough rfraft mulate a provision for insertion in the bill to carry out its desire to pre vent the wholesale and wrongful dlsen franchlsement of voters as alleged to prevail In South and to meet the alleged Virginia and North Carolina fraudulent in connection with the purging of the lists ot It appears that much diftculty Is being ex perienced in making the supervisory system fill these but the commit tee is confident of its ability to solve the Taxing Adulterated Jane ways and means committee today heard argu ments upon the Turner to impoie a tax upon adulterated Finlay of New appeared in sup port of the and a number of persons interested In the brewing head da by President Miles of the United States Brewers Opposed ABUT Lining From the War June orders were issued today as follows First Alexander Guard Nineteenth is relieved from duty as a member of the general court martial convened at Davids New York The following named officers are de tailed as members of the general court martial convened at Davids New York harbor First Theodore H Nineteenth Infantry Firs Eighteenth infantry At his own request Second I Seventeenth is trans ferred from company B to company D o that regiment Leave of absence for six month is granted Edward Pear Twentyfourth to take effect on the completion of his duties aa a member of the general court martia appointed by war department order o May Leave ot absence from the posts se opposite to their respective names granted to the following named officers First Lieut Sixth cavalry on of We demand that aws shall be enacted to prohibit our pub o oflMals from receiving or using free jasses or tickets on our Official announcement Is made to day y Elian President ot the State Al those resolutions having been ubmltted to and ratified by tne requisite majority of the subordinate are he demands of the The Alll nce Is now the greatest political factor ver known In North TEMPERANCE Dismissed In the National Temper ance Carroll Opposes the Idea of a Prohibition Party of a National put In a sack and token This start ling rumor reached the ears of the po lice who at once arrested three persona supposed to be They were Martin who lives with Susan Williams and Martha The daughter of Will lams Is 14 yean of age and considerable credence is givent to her When question 3d by Chief of Police Murphy to The Largely June reports f the threatened Indian hostilities in tontana are largely Ac ounts received here implicate the Chey nne Indians in depredations on cattle The only murderous crime com mitted was the killing of Robert Fergu foreman of the Heremasah Cattle The Indians were jailed and are now waiting trial at Miles Recent movements of a band of Ohey ennes led to a suspicion that they were making ready to go on the war path and he military took prompt measures to prevent the Governor Toole saidthts afternoon that he had an officer at Miles City who took no shares in the fears of the people on he There are soldiers enough to oope with any Indians meditating mis chief in Ouster The opinion here is there will be no and that the Oheyennes will be kept in control without Wool Growers In June Na tional Wool Growers convention met here yesterday Shepsrd Resolutions were adopted asking an amendment to the McKInley which shall provide substantially that all eign wools having any cross or admix ture of merino or English bloodshall be classified so as to pay duties imposed on class one or class two according to nature or cross or That we further earnestly recommend that any It ID a Mutter That to the Indi vidual Stated and Not Bnter In National by Prominent Prohibition Wai Defeated In Pennijrl Tanla and Bliode Labor and the Uqnor NEW June National Temperance congress resumed Its session this The Deems an nounced f or discussion the Should There be a Political Party Where the Dominant Idea is the Prohibition of the Liquor Trafflce The editor of the took the ground that such a national party was not Prohibition was a question did not come except in a that very further chan made in the tates protection on wool grown by McKinley bill shall be only such as will one to take effect about July 1600 First John ad jutant twentyfourth thre to take effect about August 1 Capt William asslstan will proceed from thi city to and temporarily relieve Andrew assist ant of his duties in charge of construction of the new post at that Leave of absence for 10 days is granted Granger regimen tal quartermaster Fifth General Service Clerk August Beck will proceed from to the headquarters Division of the Pacific in time to report July to ihe assist ant adjutant for the instruction of the division Bo much ot paragraph special orders April from this oflice as trans fers Second George First from Battery D to Light battery vice Second John from Light battery K to battery D of that to take effect October Is amended to take effect from this John Ninth having been found incapacitated for ac tive service by an army retiring is by ditection of the acting secretary of war granted leave of absence until further orders on account of Private William company Thirteenth now with his com having enlisted while a without the consent of his parents or will be discharged from the service of the United States on receipt o this order by the commanding officer ol his John assistant having been found incapacitated for active service by an army retiring will proceed to his home and re troop I Second now en route with hii troop to Fort will upon arrival of that be sent to Hot to enable him to enter the army and navy general hospital at that reporting upon his arrival to the surgeon in char American Sock The present officers were re The convention meets next year in Kansas on a June hun dred carpenters quit work this morning and all the building operations for the time are About four weeks ago 600 machine woodworkers and bench mill men demanded nine hours with ten iurs This was refused by the mill wners and the men went The en offered to but e owners refused and the matter was ken up by the Carpenters Union with bove The probabilities are that le hod carriers and tinners will Join the rlkers unless the trouble is settled ithin the next few Quite a num er of nonunion carpenters have Joined IB The June yesterdays ession of the Typographical the peclal committee appointed to consider alters pertaining to the proposed home at plorado Springs favoring the Be of the ChildsDrexel fund for that Under the committees plan lore will be fifteen the present holding the long the others to be A per aplta tax of one dollar early Is to be evied for the support of the The tatter was considered in committee of IB and the convention was unan mous concerning the general A home will undoubtedly be built t Colorado Thomas Private charge ot the Frank coinpt ipany H Fourteenth now with his com pany at Vancouver is transferred to the hospital corps as a pri The leave of absence on account o sickness granted Carl Palfrey corps of is extended twc months on account of First Colvill Eighth will proceed from Augusta to on business relating to the encampment of state return ing to Augusta upon completion of the Michael ordnance now at Fort Snelling ord nance will be sent to Hot to enable him to ente the army and navy general hospital a that reporting upon his arrival to the surgeon in charge of the Whitney and Corpora signal on duty respectively at and Gal will be discharged the ser vice of the United States by the chiet signal North Carolina ITarmen June Far mera Alliance of this state has taken new At its annual tat meeting in August last it made the fo lowing demands With full confldenc In the correctness of our de mand of the legislature of North Cuo Una the enactment of railroad commis sion law with full powers to regulate freight aud passenger rates and to inye tigate and take action with reference to or injuries to o We enter earnest proles against the policy of giving away th labor of our and demand of our legislature the enactment ot such laws as will hereafter prevent this outrage o the of the taxpayers of the state We demand such changes in our laws win ftr In limited degree within the scope of Congress has power only to prohibit the sale of liquors in the ter In the District at army posts and on board United States Prohibition is evidently a state ques A national party to live must have a dominant national Issue and prohibi tion Is not such an The speaker thought we would have more prohibi tion if we had fewer prohibition The John late presi dent of Wisconsin eaid the Republican party is now under the most unscrupulous It cannot be trusted to secure hence the necessity for a Prohibition party which shall devote Itself to that one and for the politicians to assent to exProhibition candidate for governor of forcibly declared himself in favor of a Prohibition Williard of Boston spoke in oppo sition o a prohibition He thought this was to be a congress or but it seemed to be only There seemed to be no room for any one ex cepting those having one idea and one The next subject taken up was The Relation Between Temperance Reform and Improved Fulton Cutting rererred to tene ments and the discomforts to which their inhabitants are and then pictured the attractions of well warm and spacious where companions and sociability can be Much as he detested he the power to close then tomorrow he would not do so while so many toiling men were condemned to such dwellings as they The first subject of discussion in the afternoons program was To what cause is to be attributed the failure of the prohibition amendments in the late contests in Pennsylvania and Rhode Island Foxson of Massachusetts at tributed the defeat in his state to the fact While there he had a falgting which he was was carried into the house by Her mother and Soon she heard and running to the house saw the little fellow lying on the floor and bar mother was stabbing him in the body with a large butcher Bryant helping They pushed the girl back into the yard and closed the door Quickly the girl returned and saw them cutting the body into pieces and putting it into a That night the sack was taken There was an insurance of upon the boys and there is no other reason assigned for the killing than to get the A thorough search of all the wells and cisterns within a mile ot the bouse reveals no trace of the missing The are actively at workupon the case and hare secured evidence of a damaging natuie against Williams and It is believed that Bradford is entirely innocent of any connection with the WIND AMU Great Damage and June terrific wind ushered in by a cloud of nearly inky blackness from the struck the towns of Wapella and a part of De about 11 oclock to day hail killed himself because Charlie OConnor had gone back on Grif fith says he thinks OConnor was a Vincents father in an Episcopal clergy man in Kansas An Explosion ot Junr explosion of gas displacing several bundled pounds of occurred this morning in the street opposite the northeast corner of Fulton and Cobble stones were thrown into the air and the men who were replacing the pipes of the Steam Heating company were There was a big leak in one of the pipes and the gas The fire continued to burn all At 4 oclock the gas was still burning fiercely and serious results are Ropes have been stretched across Broad way and Fulton streets and traffic entirely Large gangs of men are working tearing up toe streets and en deavoring to reach the gas mains in order to shut the It is found that the fiercely under gas the is burning streets for and ler played havoc with fences smal and other The church at four miles north of was The Illinois Central large twostory brick was un roofed and halfway down to the first Several houses and barns were blown away and Turners store de The Davenport brick school house four miles east of was blown down and five school children seriously One little Blrdsell by will die before A hand work Ing for Wiley a wealthy farmer near ten miles is re ported fatally A large elevator at be Witt is in and boards and fences lay in all The damage to property will so far as Is hundreds nf feet in every direction from the manhole where the explosion oc and that the mains are red hot to a much greater The fire de partment has been hard at work for hours pumping water Into surrounding manholes m vain effarts to cool off the Juat what may happen next no one seems to The damage al ready done is estimated at A gang of workmen are trying to shut off the main about one hundred feet earth of Fulton When this is done the flame will die out and the leak will Travel was seriously impeded during the The Broadway horse car had to be pushed on the west track going and The blockade of horse cars and trucks was so serious that long lines of waiting vehicles extended to the northward and At 11 oclock the crowd was so great at Broadway and Fulton streets that an extra detail of police was sent to keep the people at a safe distance from the Qnllty of June Mc who shot John Reardon at Solo mon in was found guilty of man laughter in the fourth degree and sen enced today to eighteen months ra irlsonment in the Exten uating circumstances and good character made the sentence The Junction City district of the Womans Foreign Missionary society of he church closed a two days sea ion this About fifty delegates were present from central County reports were heard and officers ilected for the ensuing The Furniture June its session to day the National Furniture Manufactur irs Association had the question of an advance in prices and all agreed that an advance was necessary at On a recommendation of the committee a res olution was adopted increasing prices luly The in the language of he is to be sufficient to cover he increased cost of materials and ena le manufacturers to make a llvine profit Society oC June ninth annual convention of the Young Peoples boci etyof Christian Endeavor met at Music Hall in this city at this after delegates being registered as present aud several special trains re ported en route with other large delega which will arrive Francis president of the united After devotional ex ercises David governor of Missouri was introduced and made an address of The strange sight of blaze leaplni from the middle of the street terriflei the horses and the poor animals stood and trembled or made frantic efforts to After it had been supposed that the fire was subdued it broke forth Half a dozen or more explosions were heard and it was discovered that the flames were extending under ground for a distance of 100 feet both up aud down Broadway and to the eastward into Ful ton street The superintendent of the workmen decided that additional excavations must be made to get at the In the meantime the flow of gas increased and the flames grew more The amount of gas consumed for five consec utive hours was feet an after that about feet an hour was con sumed for eight till the supply was found and shut IN The Farmers Alllanee Will domi nate a State Thin Decision Wag Reached In a Secret Heeling Held In Topeka Campaign Hatter to bo Dllllgently Circu lated and Itrong KDbrw Made to Bleet Their and Bem paper Hen Bzolnded From the Meetlmt to be Organised and Put In the Mli ooarl June joint con ference of delegates from the Farmers Alliance and Industrial Farm ers Mutual Benefit the In dustrial the Union Labor and the Knights of was held today and this evening at Representative hall attended by about 100 representatives from all parts of the The conference assembled in secret session at 10 oclock this morning and continued in session until At 3 oclock it reconvened and is still in ses The conference was strictly representativec f the press were exclud ed and every precaution taken to prevent the proceedings being made It was decided this morning to put a full state ticket and congressional and county tickets in the A committee was appointed to draft a call for a state convention to nominate a state ticket Grips and pass words excluded those who tried to gain an entrance to the hall or an inkling of the It is that a commit tee of five was appointed to Issue an ad dross to the people of the Campaign including will be scattered broadcast and a great effort will be made to enthuse the people and preserve a strongly centralized and effective BtlMonrl June was nominated this afternoon for supreme on the seventeenth James Gantt was born in Putnam that high license bad been placed upon the statutes before the campaign and that Boston was determined that it should get to be derived from license Local the speaker the shortest and best road to The prohibition party he said la exert ing a healthful and restraining influence on the Republican As for the Dem ocratic patty it cannot be trusted to do anything which will advance temperance and The Democratic party Is composed of the political of almost every nation of the espec ially the to shout for Democracy and free In the present condition of affairs he advised reformers to be ab solutely independent by voting only for candidates representing their The feature of the afternoon session was the discussion of the attitude of the labor unions towards the liquor It was opened by Samuel He said as a rule that laboring men were indifferent to the temperance and prohi bition movement Under paid unable to procure proper sought relief in liquors and looked upon any attempt to deprive them of it as a movement to secure for the rich privi leges which they could not Per sonally Gompers favored temper Wakeman followed and said that the present attitude of the prohibi tionists was antagonistic to the working The proposition of sumptuary laws he characterized as a sort of I am holier than thou and this the laboring man would not The pro hibitionists should discard the religious fanaticism which seemed to guide them pastor of the Second Presbyterian church of this followed with a brief and eloquent wel Response to the address of wel come was made by John Henry pastor of the First Pres byterian church of who ex pressed in a forcible way the gratitude of the visitors at the kind words of hospi tality from the young governor and the old pastor of twentyfive years At the close of the first sesilon secre tary Baer read telegrams of greeting and June annual meeting of the directors of the Kansas and Nebraska railroad was held this A rocolntiou was adopted approving the action of the officers in leasing the companys track to the Union Pacific between McPherson and Hutch The following directors were elected for the ensuing year Jil Samuel Barthol The directors then organized by electing the following of ficers Lowe vice Georgia in and served in Stonewall Jacksons After the war he came to where he has occupied a prominent position in bis A recess was then taken uutil When theconveutionreassembled balloting was commenced for state super intendent of public It took six ballots to make the Eli hue Wolfe of Randolph county being the successful A recess was then oclock thib even when balloting will be commenced on railroad Between ballnts this afternoon the committee on resolutions reported the It condemns the present sys tem of taxation and arraigns the present Republican admin istration for violation of de nounces the quorum meetings of Speaker Reed as flagrant usurpation of fa vors the free colnsgo of the for feiture of unearned land grants and the enactment of laws to Insure honest elec at KANSAS June thousand The KANSAS June national convention of yardmasters concluded its session The committee on feder ation reported adversely to organization with other railway mens The report was it being the sense of the convention that federation would be detrimental to the best Inter ests of the as well as the rail way corporations that employ Its mem Agalnit Backet gu at present The p TOhibltlonlst must de scend from his pedestal of study the place himself on the same level and change tie mode of pro Wakemans little speech created no little The congress did not like his unasked opinion ot its work and was not slow to let him know it A statement was made by John Lloyd Thomas that drunkenness in England was found in its worst form among the skilled those who received the highest pay and had the shortest work Ing Gompers answered and flatly de nied that this was so and defied any one to prove it On the he sobriety was found among those who worked short hours and could buy nour ishing while drunkenness was com mon only among the overworked and gre from Illinois and Indi ana and the session closed with the Stand Stand up for by the choir of 800 voices and The evening session was opened by Devotional exercises president of the Uni ted Society of Christian Endeavor deliv ered a long address on the A Modern Uprising and Ita The central idea of the address was that the modern uprising of the Chris tian which Is a revlsal of the covenant Following Clarks address General Secretary of now resident at made a few re Then came the regulaa conven tion sermon by of The formal session then closed with song and benediction and was succeeded by an Informal reception In the art galleries of the Exposition lasting until nearly midnight The Murder June The selection of a jury In the Cross murder case was com pleted this The witnesses for the government and defense were called and placed under the attorney for the stated that there were half a dozen newspaper report resident and chief secretory and Fire at June 3 ers present tended to doubtless publish the In pro June The su preme court today rendered an opinion on the Bobey bucket shop brought here from The lower court declared that the buying and sell ing ot grain simply for speculation wea and an offense for which the special bucket shop act patsed by the legislature prescribed the punishment of a The supreme court upholds this Weather June Forecast until 8 sv For Kansas followed in northern parts by with severe local storms in eastern part continued high temperature southerly be were always sticking their bills into and he wanted to know what should be done with Judge Bryant promptly sat on him by declaring that they had a right and it was their duty to put their bills in public mat The counsel for the government and defense then stated the from their respective Herbert the principal witness for the government was placed upon the His statement Is substantially the as has been in this city at destroyed the build ings on the southeast corner of Sixth and Qulncy consisting of the follow ing Brooks lumber yard Walls livery Longs resi Walters blacksmith Seerey Mortons farm Twentynine horses were Total loss about onehalf A high wind but the fire partment succeeded in confining the flames to the property They Hare LEA June Elliot the and Levl an on the stock farm of Anthony at have accompanied by their leaving un paid bills behind them to I considerable They started for Kansas Oity Two iron gray mares are thougU It is not known whether they are strayed or Officers are on the track of the tiedgwlok June Repub lican primaries were held today to elect delegates to the county convention to be held on Saturday to select delegates to the congressional convention in the Seventh to be held at Dodge July The delegates elected today are instructed to select a delegation to cupport James Hallo well of Wichita for congressional Bnn Over a Burning A DIABOLICAL A Boy Snppoied to be Murdered for Life June police are now working upon a supposed mur which if the rumors are sustained is the most horrible and barbarous crime ever committed in Nearly a week ago a 6yearold son ot who liies in the southern part of the was reported missing by his The patrolmen were all notified to be upon the for the but not the slightest trace was found until Saturday when a little girl of a neighbors nid Elmer was cut all to pieces a big butcher knife and Committed June three weeks a chemist and owner of tbo Gardner Chemical works on Indiana came to this city with a person known as Charlie OConner on a visit Vincent was 38 years His companion waa much of girlish curly blue eyes and a feminine A few days since OConnor went to his homejln and at noon today Vincent com mitted suicide by Jumping into the lake from the bluff west of the who knew Vincent in Kansas taw bin when he the fatal The body hat not been re Vincent left a Utter saving he June days Atlantic and Pacific passenger train from the west is seven hours be hind The accident at Bagdad is more serious than first En gineer Bonn ran over a burning bridge and when the engine went down Into the chasm he was The fireman es caped with his life by j umplng from the illfated Beside this accident an oil train was people witnessed the third days racing of the spring meeting of the Kansas City Jockey Only two favorites First purse five furlongs Ed Leonard Woolman Flora R third Second purse East Love Amelia Morse third Third handicap for 8yearolds and one and onefourth miles the Blue Vail Vergo Dor third Fourth purse six heats Conignee Jessie McParland Regardless third best time Fifth purse one and onesixteenth miles Oro Bat tina Metal third time An Important Juue important capture was made here today by the Feorla A man waa found offering to sell postage stamps at fifty cents on the and when arrested gave the name of John On being taken to the sta tion he was found to answer the descrip tion of John who broke jail at some weeks He Is a notorious burglar and has served a ten term at Fort On his per son was found a set of burglars Detected by a June of the United States Secret Service Thomai Porter and United States Marshal Hitch cock of Chicago arrested here today John an expert In his room were molds and a pro fusion of queer quarters and Blanco has been at work for several Typographical June Typo graDhical Union today reelected Plank president and McOlevey secretary and He Is over 60 years tils detection was brought about by the clever work of a newspa per A Banaway CoopU OeU June aged and Miss Ida Myers iged arrived here this afternoon from on matrimony The young lady Is possessed of some property and her parents objected to her She fled Jenkins and by swearing to their respective ages a mar riage license wa when Justice Fisher united them In at MorrU June ners at todays racei Guy at June at to days races Solid Daisy A Phenomenal Blecrrlo June From accounts received up to this afternoon the electric storm which raged over Burks county henom Of peo ple were stunned and the air seemed to be charged electricity to an extent never before At several balls of fire entered private exp loding fearful last night and this morning was phe enal in Ita A number Of
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