Hutchinson News, June 19, 1890

Hutchinson News

June 19, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 19, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas WHAT Shall We Do to be Saved HTJTCHINSON Opinions of One Hundred Leading Kansas Lawyers on Needed Temperance READ THURSDAY JUNE A COUNCIL o Original Package Saloon Must Go From HUBS Convention of Temperance Will Be Held In Mldant of the ance After OoninlUtlon With Executive go De hoy M 1 to he Made the Orandmt and Mont Iinposlne Affair of the Kind CtM t to Jtrer Held In the dluj renfl June pident Troutman of the State Temper after consultation with the cutive haa decided to call convention at Topeka on July to take steps looking towards driv original package saloon out of will be at least two thou delegates and it made the JnpideBt and rnoat imposing affair of kind ever held in the Low a will be secured on the ip in Tho June house H t into committee ot the whole on the an appropriation e committee rote to receive the sen liver Its reception waa greeted beers from tie Bland moved to pass the bill with n conference committee nstder the different amendments and out considering the bill in committee 10 Elands motion was lost IB consideration of the Indian bill j resumed on points of order raised Cannon of and spite ol jtrenuoua protest of Perkins of and Peet of ap riattons of for the Creek ms and f for the Pottawatomie ns were stricken from the committee then the bill waa and the house The June senate to torn jiroceeded to the consideration of the Tap thi it ill bar 3Ugl mtls mm uloj gth 3th iltli nem clthel cnti ihii executive and judicial appro In amendment was agreed to increas salary of twentysix committee 1 from to and the sal clerks to senators from to senate disposed ot seventy pages of ill and The Sacs and Foxes June second t ot the CHeroKee eotnmisslon was red at the interior department yeater I It relates to the recent treaty with Kacs and Foxes and announces the i lose ot their lands by the commie f The commissioners report that dayi hlmj ing I norn R that on the 20tb of May and the 12th day of agreements were signed by the Sac and Fox tribes ceding to the United States certain of their The contracts and accom ng papers were received at the In terior department on the 2nd and dfcys of June and are now under examination bythe proper officers of the When these exami latlons are the papers if ound complete and conformable to law be submitted to The Silver BUI In the June is a strong probability that the difficulty aria ing over the position in which the Re publicans In the house find themselves m consequence ot tha passage of a free coinage silver bill by the senate yester day will be overcome for the present by the reference ot the measure to the coin weights and measures Instead it was said that the speaker had late this evening ordered the bill to be referred to the Representative chairman of coinage had several inter views with Reed during the day supported by other members of the urgeiS tUut imter tha rules the only proper tiling or the speaker to do was to make the reference at 11 oclock said that he did not believe Reed had decided the though he might have done Under the rules this reference could be made at any and nothing more would be necessary than the speakers It iobeliflved by the friends of the original house bill that this reference would result in securing time within which to reach a compromise upon which both senate and house can Conservative msa are of the opinion that the outcome of the proposed reference of the bill back to the committee would be the passage of a liberal silver bill the defeat of the free silver Wichitas Next June president sent to the senate today the nomination of Edward Jewett to be postmaster at To Test the States Marshal Tracy today served no tices upon the state auditor and attorney general notifying them that the Adams and Pacific express companies would apply to Judge Phillips on the 23d inst for an injunction restraining them from proceeding against the companies to en force the penalty for failure to pay a tax f two dollars on every of their rosB The law laying this tax is passed at the last seasion of tho leg and its validity has never been etermined in a court of THE GOLD They Do Not Like tha Senates Free Coinage Bill They Believe Its Passage Would be Followed by a Wild Inflation Another Lottery BATON June the kouse met today the speaker re eived from Isadore presi ent of the New Orleans stock proposition frnm Benjamin Newgass f offering a million nil a rjuarter of dollars yearly for the ame lottery privileges applied for by John Morris with the additional mder of security for the payment of ho amount annually to the scion for I have negotiated t of about the pur acres of The Indians are allowed 088 allotments ao ig to the is a few more ha number of Sac and Fox Indiana i the There are a few Indians of the re to be provided for by these extra The total cost of the lands government will be Each t is allowed 160 acres as an allot and eighty acres ot his land will be nable and for thirty They will bo allowed ake their allotments In I portion of the ley are to retain the present site of oy and the Hao and Fox ort transmits the formal the chiefs and members of the and also by members of the All the papers were sent I Indian office today for examin they will be sent to the presi i a couple of days for transmission The report of the Iowa lee is still in the hands of the but will doubtless be sent to i the Sac and Fox papers In negotiations concluded by the sioners must ratified by con llid apoioved by lue president ba le lands become the property of the R It Is probable that this I will be concluded before congress but until that time no settlers iterupon the Indian Even ihis action tha lands must be al L which will take acoupleof is not probable that any of the will be open for settlement before Bctela lurstonii on Belt June The senate an hour in executive during PKS tw nominees of Presi ZHBOS who were appointed more They llINf collector of interna U for the Fifth district oj poalmaste ms rohMe ttoe Yorbtown A committee teen congressmen has been ap by a number of their colleagues nt to Yotktown to draf ons the purchase by th Wt of the battle ground whlo ids the monument commemorat jMoore in which Com ed the articles Of capitulation lshment of ft public The Indian June Preriden n sent today the following mes tha senate fpttw of ta t the relating to ft Xlaul ana Wild June arty of officers armed with a search warrant went to Paul at an early hour ils morning to recover the census rec rds confiscated last night by Deputy Marshall They were driven utof Commissioner McCaffertys office t the muzze ot Tnecity IB n a state of wild The June Clnneyof Mew was elected pres dent ot the American institute of homeo atliy McClelland was elect d vice president by It was ecided to hold the next meeting at antlc in the summer of 1801 uiters in Naw June grand ession of tha grand division of the Order f Railway which is being eld here is with closed ubllc exercises will beheld Dividend NKW June Missouri aclflc directors today declared thereg lar dividend of 1 per pay able July The books are now closed and will pen June 10 and close June Bcott for June aper says the Crawford county Demo ratio county convention yesterday nom Scott of Erie for con Feam That American Becnrltles Held in JBnrope Will be Unloaded on Oar An Incipient Boom In the White MetalThe of Bullion Blated Over the Bni sell Sajre Thinks of the Opinions of Othen NEW June news of the passage of the bill providing free coin age of silver had no effect on the stock market and excited no influence on Wall except among the dealers in silver who regard Some of the Wall street brokers bid the price of silver bullion certificates up to 106 but BOOB declined from that figure and the last sale waa mode at The opinion ot bankers and brokers as to its ultimate effect was very but the general impression is that the measures means a wild loflatioa of the currency and an advance in every commodity dealt Russell Sage and other people as prom inent however say that they look on the bill with apprehension and that they fear ill effects to follow its Henry Clews said that the good to re sult from a silver bill had already been but he did not believe Presi dent Harrison would sign a free coinage Some bankers said that the adoption of the free coinage measure would be a dis aster and would work great The these unfavorable opinions put a damper on a little boom that started just alter the and the believers in an advance decided to refrain from any active movement until the passage through both houses was an assured Kussell Bage said thin morning look with apprehension on the action of the senate in passing the free coinage If the law should ever become operative it will be a serious thing for this It would create an inflation that a panic would be sure to In tact I believe the ill effects of the law will be felt almost Immedi ately on its because European holders of our securities would be almost certain to throw thair holding on our At least all the securities that not payable in The shipment of gold abroad this week was caused by uncertainty re garding the silver situation in this coun It is only the forerunner ot what may be It is a singular fact that the house of representatives should be the conservative body in this while the senate is They seem to have reversed It is fortunate that the house is for it will probably save us from the crazy acts of the Personally I believe in a moderate coinage of and consider it a but I am oppoied to free I know the banking interests ilnat free head w asked about the action of the looks to me like bad he The effect only be in Of there might be a temporary boom in business it free coin age were but the final wind up will certainly be When I was in Washington last I took oc casion to see a numbor of senators regarding silver legislation and was as tonished at the apparent craze that ex isted on the especially among the western and southern I fear the senates action may influence the but I truat that body may re main firm in favor of a moderate state thesupreme In this case it was concluded that Chambers Imported two oases of one consisting of the other of a That the ot the keg were drawn into bottles by Cham bers and in this condition wore seized under a search Judge Kavanaugh orders tha liquors Of the opinion of tho su preme court in Bollans Hill be re marks that where such utterancesare not only without the foundation of au thority but hostile to every other decision upon the and unsupported by they must be Heavy Balm at June One of the heaviest rain storms known to the oldest Inhabitants visited Stafford county last Monday evening at 8 oclock and continued until Consid erable hail doing no little damage to growing garden small fruit and forest Electricity played no minor part in the The atmosphere seemed to be densely charged with The heavens were one uninterrupted The tbundvrd roar was equal to the vividness of the The fine residence of George situated one mile south of waa almost destroyed by His en tire family were in the bouse at the time and their escape from death was mtracu DOWN TO The Frightful Bide of a Double Crew of Baoaway Freight Train Jumps the Track and Flanges Down a Mountain Final Foreclosure June Bodd of the United States circuit court to day signed a decree for in favor of the Boston Safe Deposit and Trust company and against the Ameri can Rapid Telegraph company of Bali This waa the final decree of fore closure and sale under a mortgage for given by the American Rapid Telegraph company of Connecticut and an auxiliary company formed under the same name in different states to the Bos ton Safe Deposit and Trust as to secure tha payment ot certain bondi issued for the purpose of improv ing and developing the telegraph system belonging to the American Riflemen June he American prize winners In the shooting contest First gold Mar tin imperial globe and Zimmer the champion of North Second sceptre and two All of them are from New At Bemenfleld target Goodin of New York mads 315 points Utacbig of San Francisco and Jacoby ot Han Fran cisco At the Weserfield target Ztntneiman Knfflnten firemen Burled Be nutn tha HMmed by the Uu of Wreokace or Reklded br the cunlnc Steam Prom the Two Wet Traok And an Cnmnnagahle Tnlnrrienan ot the Form Bill nine Vlotlmi OlTfl TJp All Jane the most destructive both in life and ever known In the history of the Western North Carolina occurred at Melrose at the south ern side of the Salads about thirtytwo miles from this on the Ashville and Bpartaneburg last The dead are Engineer Smyran of Engineer Lewis Tunsall of York Fireman Taylor of son of for twenty years a conductor on the East Virginia and Georgia The injured are injuries escaped l not serious escaped by Fireman slightly i by A Little Snow lu June Domo convention for the Ninth congres lonal district yesterday nominated of for Juy Would Not be a June Gould has been fined by Judge Fitzgerald in part general for not answer ing a summons to act as a petit Nominated for June Morris of waa nominated for congress at the Democratic convention hed in this city this Two colored named Foster and painful but not danger ously From the apex ot Boluda mountain to the scene of the a dis tance of more than three there la a fall of fully 000 This act has caused the railroad authorities to be spe cially careful at tuis and an engine is kept there to help all trains up and down the The track was very wet last night when a noal train started down and soon after be ginning the it became evident that the twelve loaded cars were too much for both engines u hold with all brakes and the speed gradually quickened dur ing thn heavy pressure until a speed of seventyfive miles an hour waa reached when the tracks spread and the entiris outfit plunged headlong down the mountain with horrible burying beneath the cross ties and earth the brave fellows who had stayed at their The loss to the company in engine ana cars alone will upon hlnuelf and put a bullet through his It thought that he waa in Physicians have succeeded in resusitat ing and an investigation shows that the bullet did not through the but through the lower lobe of the left lung and was taken out of The wounded is very low and ts not expected to live until XORAVK HIS A Compelled to Sign a Oheok for R June desper ate men with a lasso secured a check from a Kansas City Stewart waa In a precarious condition last night from his rough He was tiding near the city in a buggy when John Charles and Doc Golden attacked threw the noose of a long rope about his neck and dragged him over the dash Bo was helpless in their bauds and signed the check to The trouble grew out of litigation over the title to lands claimed by the Guldens and by made 53 Bchroeder andCuBseof New York The prizes are circuit m A Btnince ol Pat a cattleman of Deaf Smith is in the city Patton has an ex crescence on his left hand which ie a perfect resemblance of a The feet and body are perfectly Patton visited Chicago last spring with some and the proprietor of the hotel where he stopped bruueht a showman who offered Patton per annum if he would exhibit his Patton very positively declined the offer of the He is known among cattlemen at Rabbit and is caJled Rib for A BIO The Auembly at Ottawa Growing lu At tendance and June was a galla day at the Glorious big entrancing elo quence and large and rapidly increasing Professor Gun Wright and Conwe were the galaxy around which gathered the tens of The incoming tide of new visitors m ust surely soon reach its highest point Every train brings wel come The instructors report full growing keen ap preciation and great hope for rich There never has been cm any year a program which has been as strong In every department as the one now being The people realize and citi zens show their approval by renewed increased enthusiasm and large Tomorrow afternoon Ounsaulus lectures instead of in the when Bain and Oonwell will be the Arrangements have been completed for the thorough comfort of all who may The assembly is broad ening and Btregthening with each suc ceeding The managers have set their mark high and are likely to attain to Cornell Won the June eight oared boat race between the Bowdain and Cornell lights was rowed this after noon on Oayuga Cornell won by four Ithaca is wild with excitement to The Cornell men start for New London tomorrow to get ready for the race on the 24th between the Yale and Cornell Lots of money will back the Cornell boys on that Mo Bain for a SAN June Bl formerly of the Mexican regular and now of the lower Texan Rio Grande has brought some stock to Ban He gives a harrowing description of the effects of the long drouth ID that For more than a year no rain has The grass has dried up and blown away into The ground for miles and miles as bare aa a billiard The small who thickly settle the have been able to raise and many of them are in a desti tute with nothing to save and little to save an occasional peck of meal and llesh as they can get from dead birds and wild Many of the stricken peo ple have gone into the far interior of Mexico and have left their huts un The people use the common est farm and think that any thing will do for a It is not un common to see the stripped forks of a tree used ai a which ot merely scratches the and in dry times la of no aid to a Fuentes says that many of the cattlemen have also There is plenty of water in the Kio Grande but little outside of and the lands are absolutely WHEREIN THEY Pblnney Defines Both as of the The NonPartisans Hare a Btstrtut ot the Varying Fortunes of Political Thor Would Bather Belr Upon tallied Temperance Sentiment Than Upon the IHdMcenee ot Both Branohei Irrevocably In Favor of But Differ to tie Beit Hethodi or Obtaining June natlonsj nonpartisan through Miss Ellen has furnished the As sociated Press with the following state ment HEADQUARTERS TIONAL June 1800 The organization of a non partisan Womans Christian Temperance Union in New York city a week ago baa been heralded through the press with accompanying statements altogether un as well as contrary to the spirit and alms ot the new It ought to be well understood by this time that the principle of prohibition is firmly imbed ded in the temperance faith of both branches ot the and that our difference on this point la altogether a difference of means to that The partisan believes it is neces sary to the enforcement o that a party be built up having this ques tion for its main while the non partisans believe that prohibition will be sooner secured and better maintained U it Is not linked with tha varying for tunes of any wins to its sup ilithal but rt and defttioe tha Ohio Prohibi tion state convention convened today with a large number in all districts of the state being The college oritoiloal contest occupied the first Candidates for con gress were named in eight will ba named and the first and second will nominate at Cincin nati Tuesday Brakemen June through brakemen on the PiUsburg and Charley ton railroad struck today for the same wages as the Pennsylvania on their which is from ten to twenty per advance over their present All through freight traffic on the road has been Camp Meeting at June camp meeting is now in progress at Riv erside and wlU continue over Sun The meetlugs aro being conducted by assisted by Miller and The services are uadpr the auspices of the South Kansas Holiness ALt HOriS Mo Poulbllltjr of the Bo tomed Allnerfl at June is not a ray of hope or encouragement offered the weary rescuing parties at Farm Hill mine this except that they are one day nearer the completion of their that now grows more difficult every The loose piles of falling slate and coal in the disused chambers of the Maboney mine have been passed with but little The main work is now on The rescuing parties from the Maboning are digging through the falling wreck that reaches to the and are working now within seventy feet of where they expect to enter Into the Hill Farm There as a conflict of authority on this as some still claim they are digging straight into the burning but they are fully 800 feet beyond where the men are supposed to The men will probably not be obliged to die through the solid wall after There Is a steady rift setting in towards the burning and it now looks as if the men bad made no mistake in their calculations and will hit the near est point to a hairs There are even graver fears now of another explo sion suce an occurrence of this About 2 oclock ft heavy fall was heard in the mine and standing about saw the smoke that bad been pouring out in an ever increasing suddenly It was found out alter that a heavy fall bad occurred in the main slope and had shut off the This has turned the smoke and heat back into the chambers in such volumes that no mui The heat in the Mahoning drift is grow ing more intense and only an occasional blast from the Jan makes the work bear The stoppage of the draft will also shut in the gas and work la proceeding even more cautiouoly than In spector Keightly is In the lead every mo Shot BU June evening at 6 eclock George McCartney met on Fourteenth be tween Stout and of the most crowded thoroughfares In the city when he pullnd a revolver and flred five shots at two of which entered liia breast producing wounds from which Milburn will not Milburn is a carriage manufacturer and McCartney has been in his but later on they entered some kind of Trouble arose between them and Mil burn had McCartney indicted for embez This was the direct cause ot the shooting this Bath men have families and stood well in business united temperance sentiment In all par In line with this belief it is un questionably true that the nonpattioan women lay more stress upon various linea of educational and evangelistic work be lieving such work underlies all perma nent temperance and that with out it advanced legislation would be a partial We wish we might be judged by what we rather than by what we leave but better by our rather than our SLTJSJJ FBOU A CLOUD of Life and of Property June Two clouds Horsewhipped a June waa a lively scene on the veranda of the house at 805 Troost avenue late yesterday after It was that of a horse whipping a The woman was Ella 28 years of and the victim of her wrath was one of her aged 60 Ella Bitter says the doctor has persisted in making insulting advances towards and she procured a horsewhip to punish She struck him several fierce blows across the raising welta as large as a from which the blood flowed A passing policeman witnessed the affair and threatened to arrest the but the doctor refused to make a meeting bioke over Oeceleo last causing the water of Holdeu brook to risa to an unprecedented height Tripp and Miss Mary Thomson were drowned and their bodies have not as yet been Nearly thirty buildings were moved from their foundations and a frightful was formed at the trestle of the Foil brook The trestle of the Addleon and Pennsylvania road is Terry town is in Many peo ple ware rescued from hounes at great Only one bridge remains on the Holdeu To Fill Bli Own June Four teenth district convention nominated ogreHmaB James Owens Demo prat for June Re publican convention in the Sixth con district today renominatec a Cholera In June have been fiv Wpte deathe Iran cholera at PueblaDer i AN He Disregard Cor a Btate DEB June Iowa ourts are becoming hopelessly entangled n the meshes of their own decisions on he original package A year r two ago the auprena in the case iollans held that if the tight to mport liquors into Iowa existed the right o either in the original packages or n whatever form suited the importer The court insisted that it was absurd to hold to any other Last week there were two contrary de cisions the district one holding that an original package Is an unbroken caie as packed for shipment the other that any subdivision ot such case prop erly with contents comes within the meaning ol the Today Judge Kavanaugh of the Folk county district court In tha out of the Combining Bnilueiu Wllb June a meeting of the Democratic state commute held on the special train on the return from the funeral of the late Hill of it was voted to issue a call for another Democrat convention to be held July to nominate a candidate for June total net stiortage by Whitneys defal cation in the City National bank has been asoertained to be Vale Defeated June thousand persons saw Yale defeat Princeton at base ball here today by a score to Hagg and Young Weather June until Kansas followed in eastern KWUM by meat now as they expect to break through He will make but a small open Ing at first and then make a thorough test ot the gas before venturing FIENDISH A Tramp Saves a Passenger Train from SAN June bold attempt was made last night to wreck the eaatbound Pacific passenger train which arrived here this morning A tramp near 150 miles west of discovered a crowd of encamped at a siding at 3 oclock this Their conduct was BO suspicious that the tramp hurried to Spofford toM the section foreman ot what he had The train was due in an and the foreman hurried out to tha camp qf the who Investigation showed that the wreckers had broken into a deserted section bouse near stolen therefrom and with these removed one rail and otherwise so disabled the track had the foreman with a force of men not repaired the the passenger train would have been derailed and dashed down a ravine for several Officers are scouring the country for the June inspector of customs for British Colum reports to the department that he lias just seized the schooner North Star for infractions of the customs The vessel cleared from Victoria via Prevost but Instead of going to the des tination reported to the the captain ran the vessel In the bay along the coast of Vancouver Island and there took on board nineteen Chinamen for the purpose of smuggling them into the United Cloud Bant lo June cloud burst near Potter last night flooded a large ailing Cheyenne creek and overflowing the surrounding The members of the family of McElroy and five mambon of the family of Wager were Much live stock was A regular cyclone prevailed near Races at Kansas KANSAS June of to days races at the Jockey Club First purse Lee Dewberry Bon Ton third Second purse Jessie McFnrland Vice Regent sec Regardless third Third Estate and Insur ance stake of one and one eighth miles Verge DOr Lord ot ihe Harem Pilgrim third 4 Fourth one and one sixteenth miles Cannier Cli max Metal third 1J53 8 Fifth and onefourth purse ISOO Churchill Clark Brown Duke Lille Minn third not Bunol a TBKBE June distinguished party of loven of the light harness consisting of Robert Bon Hamilton Busby and wbiuh arrived were treated to a genuine surprise this Bouner came here to see his great 4 yearold Charles Marvins hands tor The pary was up with the sun and before 7 oclock were at the where Hunol was led around in the paddock for Inspec Then she sent around the She went without a Watchoa were held on her for only the last quar which covered In 81 1 5 or at the speed of 45 for the Baces at Fleetwood Nuw June races at Fleetwood Park today Purse fSOO Alicante Nevada Cambridge Girl third best Major Ulrica Jewel Douglas third beat Potter and awept things for several Valentine Bonn waa killed and John English badly Mysteriously June aged son of treasurer of Douglass whose mind has been affected for some time suddenly and mysteriously disappeared from hla home here seven davs ago and no trace of him can be His parents and friendi are making every effort to find The theory la advanced that he may have committed suicide by jumping in tbi Embarrass Shot BU Wife and Then June aged 00 a pioneer of Colo and one of the best known men in the shot bis wife through the heart thU morning while they were sitting at the breakfast He then threatened the life of his but she pleaded to hard tor bar We that he No More Price SAK June of Police Orowley announced Yesterday that he would make an effort to atop glove between professional as given by the various athletics of this He Intimated that he will the club officials und spectators at the next contest to be given in any of the clubs and proiecuta them under the lain of state whli h pro TUB KngUslt June Ascot the race for the biennial stakes was won by fHellifleld was second and Hayraddin The race for the Ascot derby stoke was won by Lord Oalthorpea bay Battle Lord Durhams bay wag and Baron De Rothschilds chestnut Winners at BHKuninEAi Jane win ners of todays races were Blue Golden Gut at June of to days races Solid Ethel Boelal Hot June A Jurr la the criminal court yesterday that social claba possvas no more righto than private and found August Bender and Alphone pratiJwit and rot i of OarrolHoo ;

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