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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 14, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Advertise lYour Business In ie DAILY HUTGHINSON Advertise yOM Business DAILY PJEWSI SATURDAY JUNE IN ore Discuss the Question of Silver note Bill laid OB the Table and the Amended Honse Bill Consent the For Ze i to TH1 Monday HOUM the Bftn Civil Appropriation Jnd Office In the neutral atrlpThe 1 on She June senate ded with the coulderation of the bill Morgan addressed I speech was mainly an argument tor lAldriob next addressed the senate lio argued In favor of free i Stewart was on the floor replying The bill authorizes and directs the secre tary of agriculture to according to such as he may the clarification of cereals ss in his judg ment the usages of trade warrant and having reference to the standard and grades now recognized by the ohanv bars of commerce and boards of When such standard is fixed it shall be made a matter of record in the agricul tural and notice given that mch shall be known as the United States Work on June census office has just received the first returns from the The results of the work of the enumerators In seventy five districts of New York city were celved and this morning the supervisor for the District of Oolumbia sent the returns from thirteen districts of the city of Owing to the fact that many of tho districts in New the supervisor good show KNOCKED Pennsylvanias High License Law Saloon For Tax When They Can Bell ne of when tho Aldriohs state presiding officer Thereupon the Burlington and Bock Island and Santa Fe aid Chicago and Northwestern all gave thirty days notice of their intention of withdrawing from the TransMissouri Asso This will settle as the organization will not able to exist without these The TransMissouri Association will be continued as a freight association IngallB called attention to the mt that the general debate was e at 3 it was I minutes after that Vari ations were made and finally greed by unanimous consent that Rate bill should be laid on the jse bill as amended by the finance llttee was substituted for The kl debate was extended till 3 oclock the session tomorrow being i consideration of bills on the cal Reagan addressed the senate in of the unlimited coinage of Daniel next addressed the itated that in his judgement the ab M free and unlimited coinage of sli ms the only solution of the ques In concluding the speech el yielded for a motion to go into iutive session and after a briel secret lon the senate THE HOUSE June The sundry Ll appropriation bill was laid before I house Cameron said that the a mount of jropriation carried by the measure iu round numbers This less than the regular esti and less than the regu special The sundry nl bill for the current year provided an expenditure of The parent excess in this bill was largely bre than accounted for by certain extra Binary The fourteen regular ap Ion bills as reported to the house ed as expenditure of ring an excels of over ppropriattonB for the current ccest was nearly all accounted for ie pension post and naval He other from the panalon incident to the growth of the Cannon then gave a statement of attitude of the appropriation ie only bill not reported to the house u the general deficiency bill and this as reported before the close of the teal There was pending the sun 1 civil and the Indian the senate committee on appropri ion were the agricultural and diplo atlc and postomce bills and in the committee on commerce the river harbor Fending in the senate fas the legislative The fortification II had passed both with senate The District of Oolumbia aval and pension bills were in oonter The army and military academy Ills were in the hands of the his wag a favorable showing compared the condition of the bills two years Goodnight of Kentucky moved to ike out the clause making an appro for the irrigation After Goodnightmotion was re d45 to f ithout completing the consideration bill the committee rose and the took a the evening session g for consideration of private pen i evening session was not produc mot Thirty private pensions advanced to the state of third read but none were and the hourje mtral location I the new land office in the Neutral pp has at last been The towd Buffalo has been It Is un that the town consists of only i house and a wind but it ii cen and the department is nglug for the erection of a temporary tilding for the land The register iS receiver were appointed yes and they are expected to Proceed at once to The ds In the Neutral Strip were declared t of the public domain by the act of gross organizing the territory of Okla but they will not be open to entry itll the survey now in progress is oom The commieilonerof the general Snd office some days ago ordered the of these lands and a force now In U flMd is exsected to complete the work Itwoor three By that time the talalB of the new land office will be 1y for business and appllca York city are quite U there was able to make a ing in the first Installment of returns sent by As soon as the census schedules containing the returns were received at Superintendent Porters of fice a large force of clerks was set to work in making the rough This Is done mainly by machines Invented by the patentee of the large tabulating ma chine which will be used in the census Boon after all the returns are Superintendent Porter will ba able to an nounce the general results of the census as to the total June bills for the admission of two new states are to be taken up next week in the have passed the Wyoming will come In first and Idaho will follow im There Is no doubt that both the bills will go to the president before the end of the They could have been passed but jt was thought beat to delay and let the two states hold one election In November to fill the con gressional representation for the balance of the Fiftyfirst congress and for the Fiftysecond congruss at the same Tariff June by the Republican members of the senate finance committee on the tariff bill is drawing to a Completed schedules of that except those of tobacco and have been given to the minority and Senator Carlisle is now engaged In preparing a report of the minority to accompany the bill In the The Silver June the close of the general debate on the silver hill was extended until Monday at 8 An Important Declllon Hindered by an ArmitroBK County In an Origi nal Paflkagu CMeTlMl Xntontmur Com merce Law Sale of Im ported LlUnor to OlaM of Bnt Hot to June profound sen sation was created in this portion of the state this afternoon by the decision of an Armstrong county judge in an original package Same days ago Uharlei a resident of Allegheny coun opened package store in a local prohibition town in Armstrong which is also prohibi Sllverman claims ts be acting ae an under power of of the Cincinnati Brewing company of Hamil his sales and was promptly arrested and placed on trial before Judge Hayburn at the countyjueat of Armstrong FIVX They Wera Pretty and Bod tmalt For June a handsome JiJ Dinted here on the complaint of four with others throughout the cdntiWy to hear He had a and his taste in women for there Is not an ugly Losing in the The city of his natisity seems to have beet Whan he came to this country about ago he brought a darkeyed wite With Her name was and at that time she looked enough like him ti his sis How many wives he t td had be A RUSH FOR TOWN Buffalo Torn Down and Re built in One Wild Stampede For tho Land OBIce Town of the Old Neutral fore is not another of the wives told her that when she raarrj nether of at Esther d him in England he was a divorced He must have gone Into the marfiage busi ness at an early for he Is The temperance pwple were up in jn0w not more than 80 arms and prosecution strongly claiming that Silverman was violating the laws by selling liquor without a Also that he had sold to minors and to men intemperate who was backed in his de fence by the brewing admitted that he had sold beer in halt bar rels and but denied and proved that he had not sold to and claimed he had not knowingly sold to menet intemperate The defense also claimed he had not violated any liquor laws by selling these original packages and proved them to have been unbroken and have been duly sealed and stamped as required by the United States law that there could be no conviction in his case as under the constitution and laws of the United States relating to commerce between he was fully protected In selling original packages shipped from Ohio to Judge Kay in his refused to consider the evidence of the tlon in regard to the local prohibition law and afflmed those relating to the United States interstate commerce He said it was a mere question of fact for the jury to learn whether the packages ere the Identical and unbroken cases lipped from to I the jury were the judges The house bill as amended by the finance committee was substituted for the senate ANOIHKB Tile Mao and Fox InflUt on Mare SAC AND Fax June The commissioners in its negotiations with the Sacs and Foxes did not succeed as well today as was inconse quence of which a delay of tome days In leaving will be The only clause in the agreement which the In dian council stood back on was that one relating to the time in whicn the allot ments best should be deal possible with The the ns to make This entry will land office be re has a territory than any of the others established iu It Is oulated that the settlement will not be kde with so great a rush as in Oklaho the register and recevier will ive more time in which to dispatch the bslceas of their A great deal of be land within the new district U al dy occupied by settlera who have been atlng there since Itis believed tat at least onethird of the lands are ready tattled upon but even these ter settlers will be obliged to make and live upon the aspre commission was to give the Indians four monthstime in which to choose thair with the specific understand ing that no white men will be allowed to enter claims until all allotments shall have been With this change in the original understanding as agreed upon the whole matter was submitted to the Indians for final de After the clerk had read the agreement to the the Indians left the building saying more time would be and that the commission would have to remain over for an Indefi nite The chief of the tribe made a very touching speech In which he said the In dians were engaged in making their last trade with the United States that the boomers were coming in force and that his people in order to protect the home which they were about to select would like to have more time In closing the The commisMon replied by say ing that while they were anxious to get In order to open negotiations reasonable time would be given but they hoped it would not require more than a day or Quite a commotion among the Indians was created this evening by the arrival in the village of a company of boomers from the east The company consisted of five wagons With twelve or fifteen per The boomers pitched their tents on top of a wooded mound within 200 yards of the commanders To night the woods are ablaze with camp fires in half a dozen different directions reminding one of the exciting times pre ceding the opening of The boomers report numerous colonies in camp along the eastern border of tfcAa res They say that the Indians have removed many of the marble monu menu used by the government in making the Notwithstanding this the boomers are using their own judgment in locating quarter and have al ready made many which they propose to watch over until the opening The commissioners venture the as sertion that they will be able to close the deal for all the lands east of Oklahoma by the last day of Word has been received that the Osages are anxious to and want the commission to make some special arrangements to dea with them as soon as ome under a clause of the penal laws inhibiting such for while the state night not prohibit the sale of original it could protect its citizens and lie minors ami the intemperance clause ame nearly within the police regulation of the This charge was most unexpected to he prosecution and the hundreds inter sted who thronged the court The ury remained out about two hours and half and acquitted Bllverman of the barge of selling without a license and a but found him guilty of sell njttp persons of known Intemperate is while the who have been in a hope ess minority in Armstrong county are Silverman says orlglual packages can low flood every town in the state and the ilgh license paid by local liquor dealers i practically money thrown The leciaion is believed to be the first ren dered in a high license state and outcome s awaited with interest alike by the tern lerance and liquor ttryan Mbedl rlbed by from the date ot A Uniform June ve Butterworth ot Ohio today tntrO uced a bill to provide for fixing a uui for the rading ot com and o Underwriters tn NEW June conventio of underwriters after passing resolution condemnatory of the course o the Insurance commissioners ot the utate of Kansas against the assessment oompa adjourned sine Mu JTrlioo to Bun Into June Santa Fe la building a Frisco spur from th Frisco main line 100 miles east of here to A new costing U being erected to accommodate th large that those were be original packages that 811 had a right to make ie sale according to a recent de ision of the supreme and did not iolate the liquor law In selling without but if found gutlry of Belling o miners and Intemperate men he would least that wai tHe name he went by here and in Englsndfwas con nected with an electric llfchtistompany in though with made love to Aurellft the daughter of a Swede caady who lives on Diversity a block frpm the headquarters of electric light In August last the pair eloped to where they were Aureliawasdeitafadinashort and is now living with her parents a brokenhearted Soon after Loring disappeared dispatches from New Orleans stated that tha people in i small Louisiana town were looking for a man named Charles The vll lagey had ordered an electric light plant and Loring acted as the but sud denly About that had been collected from subscriberswas also miss and a beautiful young the belle of the could not be Lor ing fled to Europe and spent money free When England was reached his money was Seeking to recuperate his Lor ing naturally enough thought of marriage Florance the daughter of an English wishes that he had He represented himself to her as a wealthy Yankee traveling for and she readily consented to become By skillful representations he secured a good part of her fathers possessions to pay traveling They came to Loring again came to not many months When he had gone Florence disc overod waa a The fifth A MIsnnderstandlas aa to the Section In tended by tha Department of the In terior Oanaei a Nloe Little dame or TownLot Considerable Over the Pralrleii tbe Tired Boomen Decide to Await Farther Instructions From June is which Is the question at the present a large number of peo ple from Kansas and the old Neutral who are now assembled at a point about eighty miles southeast of Liberal and designated as the lacation of the land office for all the territory form erly known as or the Neutral Strip and now forming Beaver Last Tuesday news reached this and various other points in Kansas as well as Beaver and other points in Beaver county that Buffalo had been selected by the govern ment aa the site for the land A rush towards tbe point waa inaugur ated at once and by Wednesday evening a up to this nothing but a laid out and platted and hundreds of lots taken and Everything want along serenely and smoothly until one of the parties re ceived a telegram yesterday afternoon to the effect that the quarter aection desig nated by the government was not on sec tion where the post office but on section twenty Several parties were Informed and will proceed from this city to Fort Post Quartermaster Sergeant Adalbert Hlrte will be relieved from duty at Fort and proceed to Fort Post Quartermaster Sergeant Horace Myriok will upon the abandonment of Fort proceed to Fort Sher upon his arrival to the commanding officer for Leave of absence for four to take effect June is granted Gre gory Tenth recruiting Private Lewis company Tenth now at Fort ia transferred to troop Fifth stationed at that post At his own request Second Hawry Sixteenth Is transferred from company E to company Hot that Ho will join bis proper DUNS WEEKLY Condition of Trade Throughout tho United Speculation Has Net Been Very targe In Volume Nor Enthusiastic in tint BollB by him ot it seems told others in the same way and the re sult was that about hour after the re ceipt of the dispatch the crowd rushed to the point and laid out another IgnaUng the so know to build rUlverman whose name Is lived with him a short time in but what become of her IB a She faded from night This Loring was tall and with dark hair and brown When Esther heard of ar rival In Chicago with Florence she secured warrants for his arrest and that of Miss Loring having heard of the plans for his he has been lo cated in a city in the northwest and the police have sent a man after Miss Smith was left here without a cent but is being cared for by an English woman who knew her in the old Esther will also see that ehe does not want and will not have the warrant served on She will make a good witness against the fickle ALLEGED BHABP eeKlng Ont the flmaU Rtoekholdon In the Union Stock Yarda of June anticipated uit to prevent the consummation of the iropoied sale ot the Stock Yards and Transit company of Chicago a an English syndicate was commenced before Judge Tuley this cldedly sensational charges are made in the and the court Is asked to remove the present officers of the big corpora appoint a receiver and issue an in unction restraining the proposed issue of jonda and the sale ot the plant and The bill charges that it is with no le itimate and lawful motive that the de fendants are seeking to carry out their scheme of selling the but that on the contrary they are inspired with the intention of buying it in for a little over halt its actual That they ban propose to depreciate the value of the stock and run the property down in value until It reaches Then when the small stockholders are frozen out the manipulators will buy the plant and good will in it for a mere Baker declared that the companys stock is actually and intrinsically worth a whereas the proposed pur chase price is of which only he par is Judge Tuley sent the bill to master in and tonight a copy was served on such of the defendants as wasposslble with notice to attend a hearing tomorrow aOMJB TO THE The TraniMluonrl Paueuxu Anoclatlon to be June general man agers of the TransMissouri Association met again today to further consider the question of dissolving the de partment in view of the fact that the majority of the members have signed tha agreement of the new Western Passen ger The Denver and Bio Grande and the Fort Scott and Memphis roads were not ready to go ia the associa though intimating that they might do no in the not very distant The MUsouri Pacific also objected to hasten action ia that direction and voted against the proposition to A rrelahl Train Valla Into a Bapld BUe of Buti Jujja freight train of nineteen cars was wrecked on the Chesapeake and Ohio near Mays vine this The whole train fell into a washout The train waa running at a rate of thirty miles an Two wrecking traina have been busy all day removing the The workmen have just found two mangled The clouds suddenly bursting caused a rapid rise in tho already badly swollen by the say the creek rose two feet per and the water looked like a wall twentyfive feet high when it got to the railroad Huge weighing several were carried long The creek rose two feet higher than it has been in forty The fury of the storm caused many persons on Bull creek to abandon their homes and take to the else the loss of life would have beeu The storm did much to f ences and crops in tfitft portion of the Excitement ran high for an hour or two and then people cooled off and returned to the original town and now they are waiting for the official an nouncement by the secretary of the In terior dei they may 1 From a telegram received here today It would seem that the location Is on the pbstoffice but this information u not Buffalo has a beautiful surrounded by good farming land and is almost in the exact center of Beaver a strip of land 168 miles long and miles But is surprised that this point selected tbe for there waa no town here up to Wednasday morning and several well established towns bad for the land been two ot toiee hundred people ou the ground when your correspondent left Buffalo day Excitement is spreading throughout the southwest and people are going to the new place from all direc convinced that the land office town and probable county seat In such a big country is bound to become a large THB OBOBS MUBDKB GroMKxamlnatlan ot WltneM Teitlmony of the June Cross mur der case waa resumed this morning with the examination ot Herbert Tonney by counsel for This lasted for several hours to little as the witness did not contradict himself in any Keene one of the haymakers at Wild Horse on the night of the stated in sub stance that Cross end party came to his and while there Sam Robinson and thirteen others surrounded AKOTHHB MAPOUcOM Startling Uevolopmenta the Land and Investment NEW June has been shed in the last few days upon the affairs of the United States Land and In vestment and It seems to have withered the tree planted by William otherwise Gray in some Pennsylvania tax and wa tared by the Napoleonic genius of Ru dolph Gordon until its spread ing branches promised to cover 000 of water rights owned by somebody else out In The subscription books were opened today at the office of the American Loan and Trust company for the of 6 per trust cer tificates of Indebtedness which conser vative investors have been so eloquent ly urged to buy at Nobody sub The story of the investment company in a shows it to be a concern with stock and bonds of based upon an original investment of in tax titles to certain mining lands which are leased for half the usual rental for such lauds to a company whose total menta to carry on a business amounting to millions ot dollars per has been or and which has so far succeeded in paying onehalf the rental for the first quarter of a lease made a year Bonds upon this property are the security offered conservative Invest ors for hard cash put Into alleged water The developments of to day were not calculated to Increase the confidence of investors in the new gUtedgefl razler had Young Napoleon Frazler had already admitted that the only basis for the near ly of securities which he was floating Unprecedented For the De cline In Bznorta and Increaaa In Im ports Noted at Maw Mmar Are Are For the NEW June Dun ft Gos weekly review of the trade aays Speculation has not been very large in volume nor enthusiastic In tone during the past but the legitimate kui iness of the country continues unpreci dented in volume for the season and highly encouraging In There has been quite a decline in exports from New York for two weeks the value having been per cent below the same weeks last while In imports here moderate increase last week 5 per but the flow of currency to this center supplies demands and makea the market Interior cities report rather more demand for and at Boston rates are at Chicago and Bt Louis and at Philadelphia not much commercial paper offer ing but at most points the demand Is fair With a sufficient Crop prospects begin to rule all mar kets at this season and these are dis tinctly Wheat baa declined 1 oats 1 cent and corn Coffee is lard and pork have scarcely changed in and the rise of 24 cents in oil is purely A better demand for re fined sugar Is alleged as a reason tot an advance of cents In but other reports indicate that dealers are 4ot buying freely at the high prices now The general level of prices IB but a shade higher a week ago and the prevailing tendency seams at present to be toward a lower range of quotations for a The demand for various forms of manufactured iron and steel is good and prices The wool market has been Phil adelphia and Chicago reports indicate that growers are holding for higher But no improvement is teen In woolen though dress goods are in fair request here and stocks of light weight cloths are Flour mills are generally cutting down The reports from other cities show a for he had been and a claim to a controlling est in a paper in claimed an interest in certain California water ate in posses sion of another it turned out that the Pennsylvania titles were originally held at instead of and that even the was never said to the but that the deeds were stolen outright further that the lands since then have again been sold for Besides this the lands are several miles from any rail no paying col or kroii mines have developed on them and It is said that it is at least doubtful whether any such mineral riches exlat who Is to have been a successful forger twenty years has left the THE BACK Winners at Kansas City Jockey Clnb ateet at Other KAHBAB June day spring Kansas City Jockey elub First purae Yol Red Sign As Good healthy state ot with clear signs of improvement where better crop prospectu have immediate The business failures ocouring throughout the country during the last seven days number 212 as compared with 305 lost For the corresponding and marched them out in line and made them hojd up their He then told Hubbard he had to die and shot him Tbia caused a stampede and Ea one of tho Cross ran off to the followed by some ot Robluons Witness did not see Cross at the time he was shot but saw Tonney when he was He was holding up his Wilcox ran and hid in the tent but was brought oat and shot Witness saw and identified of the attack Ing party Sam John Cyrus Sylvester John Lawrence and George ftiere were fourteen in the He did not know all of Sooletlei ol GhrUUan June convention of the Societies of Christian Ecdeavoi continued Its session Addresses were made by Tiffany of Mc Millan of Alleghany City and Way land Hoytof Next came statistical reports from the states and the Canadian which were the feature ot the Novia Sco tia reported91 Quebec On tario Kansas 209 active and associate members in with a present total of 436 societies and members Missouri 380 socie and Oklahoma had one society organized In December last which now hat 400 Mluourl Repub lican state met In this city The political situation The only ac tion taken wai to agree upon a call for the state committee to meet in St Loult WttUur June until 8 Kansas followed by slightly cooler va James John William OConnor and Smith Grubb were not who attended Tonney and dressed his testified that Ton neje arm must have been elevated at the time he was The testimony so far has been very damaging to the defendants and about all that has been accomplished by the cross examination baa been to prepare for Im peaching Great Interest Is manifested in the and the feeling between the Hugoton and Woodsdale factions has been transferred A witness for the defense went to Marshal Dlckerson and for stat ing he had been threatened by a witness for the Both sides keep a close watch over the actions of the and it seems impossible for one to do anything without the other finding it Murder and June after 8 oclock this afternoon two pistol shots in rapid were heard in cellar of a dwelling on Maple street below Upon several pe destrians entering the place they found William Collins and Charles Deermer both lying on the fioor Both were about thirty yean of Collins was shot through the right temple and Deer mer In the The police claim that Collins first killed Deermer and then shot himself through the Army June following army orders were issued today L Boat Quartermaster Sergeant Golta to rallied from duty third time Second purse Long Shore Mabel Climax third time Third club selling one and one eight Brown Duke Caahii John Daly third time Fourth fl ye furlong heats Servla Balance sec Veranza third time Fifthl onefourth mile Hamlet Pellmell Maggie Reed third time at June of to days races Hypo Fifth divided be tween Cameo and Qrayson who won dead of last year figures wero THE LOUISIANA t Alar Cause a Hpllt In the Democratic Party at NKW June charge hat the Louisiana Lottery company Is triblng members of the legislature to vote n favor of extending Its charter has nought before the grand jury of Baton Rouge and Senator Foster and others called on to verify It The senate com mittee appointed to consider the matter has as yet done A Democratic split is probable In the Fellciana sena torial district on the lottery East la against the West Fellciana for The probabilities are that there will be a division In the Democratic convention and two Democratic candidate nominat There it aa for the notwithstanding the divis as the district ia overwhelmingly The election occurs next Tuesday and Is likely to be Tbe lottery leaders announce that they will debate the lottery question tonight and force it to a vote If it takes an allnight session to do at MOBUIS June of todays races Now or Young Slightly FewlmliUo June IrM OatuUc states that the pope In replying to congratulations of visitors at the Vatican expressed himself as strongly of the be lief that great punishment was impend ing on society for its disregard of the In difference to the The he will come no longer with u sweet and peaceful but with an an gry to strike and purify the I am neither a prophet or the sou of a but I feel in my heart the pre sentment that a sea of evils la about to be dashed against the rock where the church is founded and will leave nothing to be seen on the horizon but the threat of anger of On Trial for June Head once a prominent and presumed to be wealthy contractor and an exmember of the city council and a member of the board of was placed on trial this charged with forging notes aggregating It was shown that he baa forged the Indorsements of ex Sheriff Randal Morgan and Eld man to the notes and secured dUoount atthaOamden Deposit and Trust The paper went to protect and the forgeries were To cover the Trust companys lota Mead transferred his property to tiMin and out out other It waa one of those who instituted the criminal Killed KU KAKBAH June Mer living at a suburb of this shot and killed his wife at 10 oclock Mercer had become jealous of his lie went to his house at the hour called his wife to the gracped her in one placed the muzzle of a revolver against her temple and producing instant The murderer escaped across the line into Bunnlnc In June Special Chinese Inspector Bchell came in last night with two more whom be arrested yesterday near Laosa custom Juatss they crossed the line into the United States from This twentysix that have been picked up In that locality within the Jut two There are a luge number of Celestials between Guaymas and this city endeavoring to get across the Host ot them bear weat from thif place after Betting forty or fifty miles of the thinking to get acrow M country u somewhat sparsely Strike Mettled June striking street car men have accepted the propo sition of the consolidated company made last and will return to work at the compromise f for counductors and for The demands of the employes were for conductors and for The compromise prices are an advance of thirteen cents a day over former for conductors and twelve for Committed Bulolda June August a leading citizen who has lived here for sixteen engaged in the butcher starting the first butcher shop In suicided by himself in the twath la a few trouble U thought to the   

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