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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 21, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                WHAT Snail We Do to to Saved HUTCHINSON Opinions of One Hundred Leading Kansas Lawyers on Needed Temperance READ iiNiXt Mays SATURDAY JUNE HE HOUSE llatory Taotloa Employed by Democratic her Try to Hake the Silver Hill a Pretext For Blocking Legis Day Wasted In Idle to Over ride the KntablUhed RuleftOf theHoufte Legislative Appropriation Bill by the Oouninl and 1 Diplomatic Appropriation and Gathered About the Ma tlonal Juno edl The journal of Wednesday as amended yesterday was Yesterdays journal was ap oved and then Stewarts confer report on the antitrust bill waa pro Sited and Bland then of redthe following which ducedlongdiscueslon That house directing the purchase of sll bullion With issue of treasury notes on and for other with ate be taken from the aker and the amendments concurred irlng the discussion that ensued on lands resolution McKlnley of mnde the point of order that the waa not that the only gjto reach the speakers table was to w the order of morning Conger of added as a further nt amidst sarcastic Democratic laugh at tbe bill was not on the speakers but in the hands of the committee Bland argued in opposition to the fct of order and held that the bill wag I the speakers table and therefore iln Crisp of wanted to know era the evidence was that the bill had a Tho house spoke only Jrlough Conger said that the gentlemen Id see the bill in the committee Crisp replied that that made no Eerence in the legislative Conger nevertheless maintains the bill was still properly presented his committee Mornll of Colorado said the action house yesterday was exceedingly 111 ilflcant ot its The foot there was no reference at all that nnlspeaker hod no authority to refer the and that his action was not voidable The fact was that the bill was 36 speakers Brewer of Michigan solo bet you a dollar and a half it ia continuing said thut tbe fact the gentleman from Iowa Con nyjg or his clerk had actual possession of iitiMDill made no difference in its parlia ntary Irj of Ohio denied that 8 by adopting Mills reaolu j had declared that tho bill had not t Henderson of asked if aw would contend if the housa being Democratic management for the being should burn up the record of asaage of a aenate bill that the bill lid Morrow insisted that there was a trial difference between the fact and Butterworth replied that there not twentyfive men under tho of the capital who believed the bill Incorrectly referred upon their ublloau Morrow replied that the majority I house bad declared Butterworth said there was no lay like the tyranny of the majority acted in disregard of the Democratic he gentlemen would stand la con ty with their applause they would and trying to place bill before puse in violation of the Williams said that yesterday lotion to reconsider was pending ie resolution had been the nan of the committee on coinage walked up to the speak taken up a bill I he Williams had every to believe was the silver had fcd it over to the clerk of the ctm on who had refused to bis Williams question as to r or not It was the silver bill and led it Why had this thing ne It required an like a conspiracy to obtain U possession of the bill and do ihe house of an opportunity to pass Conger of Iowa said that the bill ion delivered to the clerk before ilook yesterday morning and had receipted During the the request of the journal it een put in his possession for a time to make some clerical ea but be Conger had taken it back to the committee of maiu under a higher law than the it the under the constitu the bill had never been pro in charge of the committee on The constitution required the i to keep journal ana until that A was approved it was proper tc ihe bill any The entry made jcidj journal was not voidable but that the bill was on thespeak i able and should be placed before use for due HcCreary insisted that the bill was could simplify the matter a little and suggested to Blaud that he under stood his wish to be simply to get at this matter when it would naturally come supposing that it was upon the speakers not passing upon the matter at this What the chair proposed to do was that when the bill or Its whatever It might was it should be brought before tho But the gentlemen did not seem to consider that this was Fridayprivate bill and that private bills alone were in Bland asked whether the bill would be laid before the house tomor row The speaker declined to decide that question until the proper McComas of Maryland demanded the regular The speaker said that the regular order was a private which he passed to the reading Springer of Illinois wished to know when they might be expected to decide where the bill The the bill would be In providing that the views of the other side were About which the chair presents no opinions because he does not think it the proper As Bland and Springer finally insisted on a specific rulingThe speaker finally ruled that Blands resolution to proceed the consideration of the sil ver bill was not in order under the Bland appealed from the McKinloy moved to lay the appeal on the The yeas and nays were pending which Crisp moved that the house The motion was but the hour of 6 oclock arrived and the under the ru a the even log session to be forpnsion nun transacted at the Sfi tt e speakers speaker asked supposing II was found to be on the speakers It did not thea come up only in rular order of precedence f Bland replied that he had de regular order when be in id his That regular ttvolved the consideration o tbe ton the speakers ker said that he did not no the gentlemans 1011 asked that tte speaker an the ipeaker said that he did not think B resolution was in order dcMlllan of was noautbority for Con Iqn in taking possession of a bil ie bouse had declared had no ferred to his Hand modified the language of his ion go as to direct that the speaker lay matters oa the table ng the silver bill before the housi speaker said that perhaps be 18 ft ss imr Mi No evening THE June post office appropriation bill and the consular and diplomatic appropriation bill were reported and placed on the The consideration of the legislative ap propriation bill was The being on the point of order made by Allison against the amendment to increase the salary ot the comissioner of land office from to and of the assistant commissioner from to The vicepresident submitted the ques tion to the senate and the amendment was declared to be in 83 The amendment was then agreed to yeas nays The bill was then reported to the senate and the amendments made n committee of the whole were agreed A motion to increase the salary of the commissioner of Indian affairs from 000 to was Stewart moved to strike out the tern of for the executive officer 01 the geological This gave rise to a long debate aa to the merits and de merits of the geological At the close of the discussion the mendment was withdrawn by Stew The bill waa then The senate illl to provide for the sale of certain New York Indian lands in Kansas was reported and placed on the Diplomatic Appropriation June oonsu ar and diplomatic appropriation bill was reported to the senate to day by Mr The committee incorporated la the bill the suggestion made by Secre tary Blaine to enable the president to carry Into effect the recommendations of he PanAmerican They are as follows Four hundred nd ninetynine thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars for compensation of miscellaneous expenses and irintlngsnd distributing the proceedings and reports of the conference or the compensation of three commis sioners and expenses ot commission to meet in Washington on the first Wednes day in to consider the es abllshment of an international cola or coins for the payment of the share of the United States in a survey or an inter continental for the organization and establishment of the International union of American republics for the prompt collection and distribution of commercial for the compilation of publica tion in Spanish and Portuguese of an uniform nomeolature of imported and exported Damage by June commis sloner of Indian affairs hag received a telegram from the governor of Oklahoma stating that passing cattle from the Iowa Indian reservation are destroy lug the crops of the Oklahoma settlers and asking that prompt measures be taken to prevent their In response to this the Indian offi cials have notified the cattlemen occupy ing under lease the grazing lands of the lowas that if f urther damage to Okla homa settlers if done by their cattle they will be summarily removed from the In dlan The Appropriation June Senate Plumb today reported theipostoffice ap propriation bill from the appropriatio It appropriates an increase of over the amoun appropriated by the bill as it passed th There ia an increase of for compensation of postofilce clerks an an Increase of for transportatlo of foreign at Lehma Hard ware and Implement company store one of the largest in the was robber of about worth of goods lost nigh Including silver plated ware pocket knives and other XtoUlver June Republloa congressional convention of the Tent district tills afternoon unanimously uom inated Dolliver to succeed WORLDS FAIR he Ownership of Lake Front Park GMcaso in t IB Claimed by the tho State and the Illinois Central Railroad Leland an Owner of Land AbaUlns on the Park IB Fighting all Encroach ou and a Bribe of offered aim to an Intention to Fjght the Location of the Valr June ownership of he Lake Float feet wide and standing from Michigan avenue to ark nearly a mile in length be ween Michigan avenue and the lace has long been in The right is the bone of nd claim ia laid to it by the state of II the city of Chicago and the Illinois entral Kill road aa the owner of the prop rty abutting on the has been gating all encroachments upon and baa declared his in to tight the location of the orlds fair Negotiations o which end has been ia progress bs ween the directors and the Illinois Cen tal lUllroad Leland is uoted as saying A bribe of nag once offered me to cease my warfare n behalf of the preservation of Lake front park and yet there are hose who believe that I am fluhllag a bantam and who ridicule the idea of here being a steal oa A Leland bis yes a why there has eeu a steal on foot beside which the ag regated operations of the notorious weed ring pale into It was one year ago that the bribe was fiered If the steal were of such jigantic before the reposition to extend the park one thou and feet into the lake was made of what ize you think It is now It is over ffbo is back of the steal t Is it the lllnola Central or the city council I dont perhaps it is per iaps it is the perhaps it is A stretch of the imagination may enable me to believe that it ia but as uch a steal could not be accomplished without consent of the city council and as the Illinois Central ia commercially more greatly interested in the disposi iou of the property than any one ho belief that neither la interested cau ie of but short I will fight any addition being 0 it or any buildings put up on it so ong us I have a dollar of my own and ny unleas the property be turned iver to the Park commissioners and their rights to it ba confirmed by the the legislature and by with the understanding that the property shall be used exclusively for Park pur loses 1 fought hard to get the fair bu lard as I it was nothing to what 1 will fight to prevent the gobbling up ol the Lake Front by the Illinois Btuisvant the president of the II inois a shrewd and in bil land the stock holders of the Illinois feel that their interests are ie was a worlds fair director and re Why Because of Leland is then quoted ia detail as to bis effort to maintain the lake front ee from buildings including the inter state industrial exposition and the oppo sition which he has met from successive city intimating that there were monetary influences back of their Returning to the offer of a million dollar bribe to Leland then old how a well known citizen came to him and talked to him about the value ol he lake front from a commercial point of and continued when he had he asked me if I did not agree with and I admitted that I elieved his calculations were not over and turning suddenly to sat down and said do you want to make a million dollars Ol course I do if I can make it J you can do to easily if will bather yourself no more about he Lake Front park but remain passive 0 whatever is I can let you in on the deal so that you can get a million Thunderstruck at the magnitude ol the plot and anyone who knew me should think me I sprang up and ordered the man to go back to the gang that sent him tome dad tell them bat for they could not buy s lair of my that I had children oat 1 had no desire that whfln they are frown up they should have their pointed out to them aa tho man who for had sold the citys The man left and did not What is his name That I may not Leland re piled somewhat excitedly as he related the story and added I may not tell be cause I promised the man that unless was obliged to do so I should not revea his but the fact Is exactly as have related and because of it I have hesitancy in saying that a steal was un doubtedly on Gained an KANSAS June Kanss Wyandotte and Northwestern rail road has finally gained entrance Into th city and acquired the coveted Union depo It baa concluded a traffic rangement with the Missouri Pacill which will bring the northwestern train in over the Missouri Pacific tracks anc into the Union In consequence th Northwestern has restored its passenge rates from two to three cento per mile the out having been made on account o exclusion from the Union Hallway Traffic KANSAS June floods a Atchlton and Joseph last com pletsly demoralized railway traffic be tween Kansas City and Joseph Council Bluffs and other uppe Missouri river All the row suffered from extensive wash One two Council luffs and Missouri Pacific trains have een The trains for the irth whiih left the union depot last gut are still standing at aod o definite Information can be given by heir officials when they are able to roceed on their Trains from the rtb held the other side of tbe wash uts and it la i at known when they will e able to EAR INDIQNATION Meot to atop tho Opening of an Original Package June to ight people met to consider that n agent waa here from Kansas to open an original package house It was suggested lat people go In a body and tell him that the temperance sentiment ie so rong in Ottawa that if he is not out of wn in thirty minutes they would help 1m bock to It was finally greed to appoint a committee of fifty ualuess men to wait upon the ofUcxsra of the city to co operate with them In the roposcd sale of The following re the gentlemen comprising the com mittee Robert Ex Governor er Mo Jor Judge The committee met at and elec ed exUevernor preat In an eloquent speech ho appealed o all to abide by tbe but he advised lie appointment of a vigilant committee o see that he did nothing but what the upreme court decision permitted Bald committee was to watch him day nd take the names of and find all who favored his twos stated at the public meeting that 11 the lawyers refused tha proposed riginal package mans retaining fee for lie defense in case of a suit except t is stated that John Daford accept d his The matter is ia the hands if the Ford June lad another fine yesterday and last Potatoes were needing but orn and oats were doing Wheat s being Binders can be seen t work all around our little The Ford Roller Mills company pro rase paying the highest market prices or and will also handle and buy barley and We are going to celebrate in the grand old fashioned style Hadieon will be the orator of the is a good speaker and we are expect ng quite a Other amusements ill be had and a grand ball at wife of our worthy bos gone back to her old home In Iowa on a enumerator of this town has about finished his There could not have been a better man ap Smith is a fine business man and does everything he goes at in efficient Our street commissioner is at work grading our Mayor Burson returned last Tuesday rom an extended business trip In The farmersAlliance of this county iropose putting s full county ticket in he field this Look out Brother Re tublicans or you will be hoodwinked nto voting tho Democratic tinket with an Alliance An June terrible cy clone through the southern part of this county this It passed hrough the village of Bublette tearing down all the prominent buildings anc killing four persons and wounding sev eral A strip of farm houses loutheast of the village was also deso ated and many persons A schoo louse in Brooklyn contsining twenty nine was entirely de molished and eighteen of the children A Train Load ef June apecla train of thirtyone cira left this city this morning conveying to Kansas City 500 vitrified bricks from the plant by th Soldiers This is the first Fhip ment on an order for The special feature is that the brick are t lie used in the foundation of a publi building there in place of The train was decorated with banners and was accompanied by a number o leading To Trent with the BHAWNEB June commissioners have set Tuesday next the day for the conference with the Fo At this time they are tt present proposition to a tribe all th Indians being presentThere Is no too The tribe will ask for 160 acres fo each member of the This wi probably be The Kickapoo are awaiting the coming of the coramto Bioners and are very at June was tbe la day of the spring meeting of the 6 Louis Jockey The winners were Rose El Blarney Stone Winner ut ftheepiuead SHBEPSIIEAD June wii aera of todays races were Tipstaff Tea Gsllife and A DOUBLE OBlah Potts and Wife Pay the Death anged for ths Murder of Bliss Faw cettbut Claimed to tho Last That ere ttue Bead Inr or Their Death Warrant Potts but Once Kxhlblted Kmotton she GonvnlKlveUr Clutched Her Throat When the Fatal Were Spoken lr the Deputy June Potts wife were hanged here today for e murder of Miss Fawcett in At this morning the sheriff ad the death warrant to the he reading of the warrant took place in e doorway of the latticed coll which osiah has occupied for so long a e stood in a moat despondent ith bis face bowed down against the on and never once during the sdicg did he lift his head or His Ife stood clad In a muslin suit raped in with a red rose in her Pale but with a most determined as ect in every During the read g of her own warrant only once did 10 show any emotion whatever and she onvulslvely clutched her throat when er husbands warrant waa being read and the hanged by the neck till ou be dead was she gave a ysterical gasp and seemed to exhibit iuch The reading of the warrants waa fln bed at twenty minutes to 11 oclock and oth of the condemned emerged from lie jail where they had been confined or eighteen months and proceeded to teyara between tbe court house and ie jail in which the scaffold had been During the reading of the and evidently owing to the in inso nervous strain on the eputy sheriff was so overcome that he ad to coll for a glass of At the conclusion of the reading otts earnestly I am inno ent and God knows it and Josiah Potts God knows we are inno The gloomy procession led the way irough the side and with bravery nexpected by the spectators they seated Qemselves on the stools provided on the caffold while deputies speedily pro eeded to bind them with leather Potts helping to ad just them herself nd Potts sitting in all When everything had been properly d listed they were directed to All the attendants shook hands with the As they stood shaking hands Potts tade several endeavors to clasp the uad of his wife without accoinpllshin Finally a touch oa the wrist causer er to turn her eyes towards his and the ute appeal of love cauced their lips to meet for a brief As tbe rope was stretched around otts neck she clasped her hands to ether and lifting her eyes toward the exclaimed God help as I am Her husband reiterated in a ollow God knows we are both In As tbe block caps were drawn over leir heads shutting out the last sight of ay the words of the clergyman who had emained with them to the last broke the lence put your trust in God he will you righted and then tbe drop Potts vitality was very it being fraction over fourteen minutes before fe was pronounced when the ody of Potts was cut down it was ound bar excessive weight on the five oot drop bad almost severed the head rom tbe The bodies were deposited in tho pat ers field half an hour after the execu on hod taken The bones of their which for a long time have been eptat the office district aa soon placed in tbe same A 8BBIES OF Four Ponona Drowned In One Day at June is all tirred up over four drownings that have recurred within the past 24 Yes irday evening the police were notified f the disappearance of a girl named who had sot been seen ince Tuesday when she came ack to tbe city from an excursion on lie steamer All night the pa loe searched for clews and all the and just at noon some men who were unloading a large of hay discovered her body floating on the top of the water near the She was pulled out and her body exam There were no matka of liough the clothes about the lower part of the body and on her lower limbs were juite badly The last persons seen with her were Charles Beck and Heary two tough young and they were arrested this evening and placed in the awaiting a thorough inves About 2 oclock this afternoon a little boy named Fnnk Bcott waa playing about on a barge at the foot of Hamilton afreet He made a miaatep and tell into the No one being near enough to rescue he was John advertising agent of the Rock Island went across the river this afternoon Home time later ttis body was found in a slough or bayou other How he came to be drowned a and there seems to he no satisfactory Information has also reached here that a man was drowned In Kickapoo ab6ut four miles west of though the particulars have not been finding that the present rate 20 cents per 100 pounds on corn from the Missouri river to Chicago is excessive and should be reduced to seventeen It also that the rate from Kansas and Ne braska points should be reduced two cents per 100 pounds and that the rate another graiu should in no case be more than 15 per cent higher thaii that on Tho railroads are now Invited to show cause why the commissioners should not make a rate in accordance with its MARRIED A HKOOHD TIME L Bomantla Union In Bljh Life at June of the moat romantic weddings in high life ever celebrated ia this state took place In Greenville Two years and a half ago a youth of the son of tbe merchant prince of the city of eloped with Miss Susie tbe very pretty 15 year old daughter of James ex mayor of the town and president of the principal They were legally married by a notary public and the youth ful groom immediately conducted his bricio to his fathers house and Invlteu her parents to come over and participate in the wedding Walker objected to the marriage on account of tho youth of the contract ing and arranged to take his daughter to his He subsequently sent her and when she returned she again entered society aa a popular young Walker declared the marriage illegal on account of the young people being under but young Harris has considered himself legally He has taken an active part in his fathers and has remained very Yeaterday morning just before day light Miss accompanied by a lady slipped from her fathers met Harris at an appointed place and left Spnrtanburg by tho first They arrived In Greenville an hour later and were for the second time but this time by a minister of the who had been a fellow The happy couple then proceeded on a wed ding Walker was absent f roia the city at the time of his daughters second Nothing else is talked about in the social circles of Spar tonburi Sank June The Park Na tional capitalized for was closed today by a bank Pres ident Packer maintains that his bank is perfectly solvent and that it will be re opened for business in a few A great manv reasons for the failure are assigned by bankers who claim to have a knowledge of the Park National and its One of the principal causes Is said to be the Park Sheridan contract which tbe Park National assumed abbut a year ago and waloh has caused the lay of considerable money upon whloTt no returns have been It is also stated that the Park National bank was the victim of several largo business fail ures which have operated to deplete its The Ottawa June was ex pected to be a light day at the assembly owing to the great day of But the early and noon trains poured in their living freight until the park looked as though this was a day of special at The North Carolina colored was the central at He is a second Fred The first grand chorus of 500 voices un der the leadership of Palmer was liven in the evening to a vast fhe great tabernacle echoed and re echoed with the tremendous Tomorrow is a big everything be ing given over to the honoring of the children and young There enrolled Bain at June About 8 oclock last began a gen tle shower which continued until a little before when the windows of heaven were opened and rain poured in torrents for about three hours when it assumed the form of a moderate shower which lasted until During the night there waa a rainfall of 5 Inches by accurate The Polto moke la on a high and the Nlnnescah is higher than at any previous time for over a Farmers are Wheat is turning out well corn is very Altogether the prospect is very full ol June Humphrey has appointed the from Cenaas to the National Farmers to be held in Council Bluffs August 22 Nicholas Montlcello Mulberry Grove Johnson Hamilton Clay county Wil Ham Newton John Kelley Alternates are Paola Independence Potter Peabody Anson Siline county Phillips county Boyle Sedgwick DUNS WEEKLY Condition of Trade Throughout the United Itcports of the Past Week Present a Still Hotter Crop Pros From all of the Cunntry Honor are Kverywhere and tho Continued ot Oold Xet Came Neither Disturbance Hot Demand tor Flour la the North welt NBW June Dun weekly review ot trade says other week has brought still better crop a continued Increase in the volume of more definite assur ance of the passage of the tariff bill with its essential features and therefore more confidence in those in dustries which look for help from the On the other the pass age of a free silver coinage bill in the senate has caused some doubt whether the two houses may not finally Expectations baaed on currency ex pansion are therefore a little less confi But the money markets work easily everywhere and the continued ex ports of gold aa yet cause neither distur bance nor Heports from all parts of the country continue Seasonable goods are In better demand with warm weather at Boots and shoes and leather sell freely at firm Siles of wool have been with slight concession to Dry goods are quiet and woolens par tially The fall clothing trade opens well and the trade is and in general the prospect is good for more itaa the usual fall Louis reports trade of a volume ia nearly all with prospects improv Minneapolis lumber manufacture surpasses previous though the flour demand is weak and at Paul no better trade bright crop prospects nd Milwaukee finds the best of crop eather helping trade and at usineas Is A apeady settlement of the strikes at enver is expected and business is ut at Detroit strikes still curtail local sde and wool moves Putiburg notes some sagging in the on and steel market and the window ass works have closed for the ut tlct glass Is Other western and southern reports are the same generaltenor better weather d brighter crop prospects stimulate ade In all and collections are The great industries are waiting action congress which ia by many expected give them a new Copper ad Lead Is quiet but Tin weaker abroad and and there are ronger tones in the cool with e expectation of an advance in prices uly The state of foreign trade is fair r the Wheat has declined a uarter for the with no change in and with pork 25 cents per barrel The alleged market for coffee is un Anged and oil is a shade with utter and but sugar has declined neolghthof a cent for raw and The business failures occurring roughout the country during the past iven days number at compared 1th a total of 812 last For the orrespondlng week ot last year the Og res were FLOODS AT De Heavy Huritvd the u Water June city ia suffer K from the unusual experience of a ater famine caused by The ex eedtngly heavy rains of lost night nrsted the water mains cut off the ipply ot water from all woof the principal consumers were the aa works and the electric light either of which Are able to continue op rations without Hence the city s also deprived of Its usual means of 11 The work ot repairing the amage by the flood Is Increasing rapidly nd will bo completed by Not Hove to Far tho Juno suit f thu Sing ChoDg company ot against Tung Wing to recover was thrown out of court yester Yung who is a Yale gradu visited China some years ago and while there borrowed from the ling Ohong He failed to pay he The company appealed to American courts to force the delinquent torrowar to pay the The plain relied on documentary evidence and jxhibits ia the Chinese The defence protested that the evidence waa not admissible and after hearing the ar cuments Judge Thayer gave judgment ia avor of Yung and June western rail roads have been advised by the Inter state Commerce Commission that if they desire to show cause why on grain and food product from Ne braska and Missouri river points to Chi cago should not be reduced they will be heard at Washington July The com mission mode ite report to tbe senate The entombed June is the ex pectatlon of most of the miners who are working for the rescue of their Impris oned comrades that the entry will b reached by The impressio still holds that some of the men ar though no more rapplngs hav been at June en tered Tehmans hardware and impiemen store last securing about 130 worth of There U no clew the thieves The June u til 8 Fur fai slightly cooler except stationary tempe ature in eastern part variable Barrelling In Dloklnnou June in the golden belt has The reapers hard at The wheat of Dick nion county IB turning out much better han waa The oats and lave been put in excellent shape by the leavy rains and there la every Indication of a prosperous year for the No complaint Is heard ot injury to any crops except that oats U abort ia the Second DKtrlor KAHBAH June Democratic central committee ot the Second congressional district met in Kansas today and selected Olathe as the place at which the Demo cratic convention will meet oa August 25 to nominate B candidate for The date elected follows both the Re publican and Farmers Alliance conven Bntler County June lie publican county convention instructed the delegates to the state convention for Governor Humphrey and the other oae term stole The ooacraMioiu were instructed tor   

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