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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 27, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                THE OPINIONS OF FIFTY LAWYERS IN lot Sundays HUTCHINSON Opinions of Leading Kansas Lawyers on Needed Temperance Temperance tit Sundays FRIDAY IN Demoorate Klok Against the Na tional Bleotlon HemplilUs SonI la Stirred Because Kansas Democrats Have rymandered Out Cannot Dnderatand Why Bare No While In Some Btatee a number Have Solid Mutton and Oowilp Gathered About tha national June the house today the regular order the con sideration of the national election Lodge addressed to the house an eloquent speech on the object of the Lodges were frequently applauded and at the conclusion of speech he was warmly congratulated by his fellow Hemphlll of South ar gued that the bill unconstitutional and not but In the course of his remarks he said This cry Of tree ballot and fair count and abuse of the south was the chief political cap tal of some men who wanted to be re turned here and to keep the voter from watching at What was the use of talking about a free ballot in Kan tag when the state has been so gerry mandered that the Democrats o jCansas had never bean represented on the Kelly of do you ex pect to get a Democrat here when there are enly four Democratic counties in tue state does not matte about how mauy Democratic countle there the Democrats have neve been represented If there were a fair on this the pro portion would be 163 164 Re five prohibitionists and two labor In California it took more voles to put a Democrat here tha a In Illinois the averag number of votes necessary to send a Democrat hern were If votin meant to express the will of the people the Republicans were in the majorlt here Uemphlll waa loudly applauded b the Democrats as he sat down and nearl all of them pressed forward to congratu late from the postofflce cnm reported the senate to the postofilce appropriation bill and o his motion the house non concurred i The speaker appointed Moesr Ketcham and Blouot con Is entered as secondclass The act that the circulation of the paper had uddenlv Jumped from a few hundred n many thousands led the department facials to make an It was learned that the postofllce at Grange 7amp was practically under the control f Wedderburn since the rhose name was was a farm and in employ and ived forty or fifty miles from the Further investigation showed t is that the paper was published n the interest of a Its inua fine paid circulation is said to have ily By distributing ho paper from Grange Wedder urn himself the percentage of lostage allowed to fourthclass postmast With one exception Wedderburn s eaid tc have been the only patron of he in addition to lis other in one of the lobby sts of the Farmers Alliance In matters jefore The Popular Reciprocity June the arifl bill is taken up in the a will be made to go into re This can be done by certain momlmentfl to the present It can be provided that certain articles shall be admitted free of duty whenever recip rocal action shall be taken by certain other American If this proposition should then the McKinley tariff bill and the senate amend ments will be laid The Idea of a general revision of the tariff will be Western Republican nena tors got together last night and talked over Blaine idea of They were for it In preference to the McKinley They thought that a beginning might be made with wool and some other American A biil could be passed to admit these free from Central and South American countries as soon as this country is similarly favored by the admission of breadstuffa and other tbingt free to those There is already pending in the senate a bill which embodies the Blaine Idea in It was offered by The western senators believe that the proposition can be put through the It will settle the tariff question there In short The question is what will the house do McKinley means to fight the Blaine idea and insist upon his Many Republi can representatives express regrets that Blaine did not come forward Kttle earlier with his reciprocity The reciprocity sentiment is growing with great It may dispose of the tar ill Issue International Juno tive Dorsey of from the com mittee on banking and today reported a substitute for the bill incor gard to the bill introduced Into the chamber of deputies by Prime Minister Crispl to assist in the reorganization of the financial of the At the conclusion of the discussion all the of the council except Menottl resigned as a protest against the premiers Blgnqr Garibaldi declared be would retain HlB friends cheered him heartily but others In the audience The reporters who were in attendance at the meeting interfered on behalf of Bignor Garibaldi and an altercation with his op penentgin the audience was found necessary to call in the police to quell the THE WORLDS First Meeting of the Commission ers Held Price Chosen by Acclama tion for the PosltloB of Tem porary DBIBRTBD HIS PeculiarConduct Youthful June Ernest Leavaron of arrived here a week ago with his beautiful a girl at 17 The day after their arrival here he purchased a half interest in a leading cafe and deposited several thousand dollars in the First National He found asuite of rooms in which he placed magnificent but there was only one day allotted for the enjoyment of these The next morning Leavaron kissed his wife and said he was going out to do some market ing and would soon After wait Ing for some time the wife began to be uneasy and going over to the cafe found a letter which nearly broke her Il was dated at Bt and enclosed 250 and said that she must forgive him for what he had but that he could not live with her any longer and that they must part Instructions were given for her to sell the furniture and buy a ticket to New After returning to that city she would find at the house of a mutual friend a ticket to Leavaron left for Mew York Her hus bands interest in the cafe is worth and the cause of his disappearance is a Army Theconslderatlon of the election bill porating an international American The while preserving all the essential featured of the original boa been the committee with the object especially in view of main taining the largest and most thorough control of the without In any manner making the government a party or responsible for the business It may The committee has incorporated in he bill many proylsieLS of the national banking was tlien resumed and Rowell or llli the house In favoof it of New and Tucker of in opposition to the bill and the house THE June house bill for the admission of Wyoming territory to the Union waa taken up and Jonea of addressed the senate upon it The debate was further participated in by Messrs Stewart and An understanding was the vote on the bill and amendments would begin at 4 oclock In reference to that Edmunda wanted It understood that it did not amount to an order of the There ought to be one body in tbe coun he where tbeie was freedom of Tbe senate joint resolution to continue the unexpended balance for the free de livery servicx of the pootofflco depart men up to June for pay for extra service of letter was reported and Contested SeaU June Houk of the bouse elections who bos charge of the contested election cases of Hill vs Oatchinga and Kernagnan vs expects to have the reports ready to submit to the full committee on next Bouk has been 111 for some weeks and unable to give the cases any considera This is the reason for the recent but ho both oases now well under way and the reports will be ready to submit at the next meeting of the who has charge of the Breckinridge case from expects to have his report ready in a couple of The last batch ot the ispers has THE An Knormoun iirlbe Pnta theBlll Through the BATON June and one quarter million dollars may be con sidered by many an exorbitant price for one vote in any general but such was tbe agreed upon by the Louisiana State Lottery company be fore the final vote on the con etltutional amendment in the bouse of representatives It was well known that a close vote on the lottery amendment must be and when the question came to a focut and the pre vious question being called Pe ter Lawton of Orleans stated that he would not vote for the amend unless in submitting the bill to the senate an amendment should be made in creasing the license from per annum to per annum for privi lege of conducting a lottery in the state for a period of twenty five On a submission of the question in the house of representa tives today with Lawtons request acceded to by John of the Louisiana Lottery the vote stood for the amendment against the amendment absent This secured the passage in the bouse of the sub mitting the question to the popular vote of the people ot tbe state on a conatltu June orders to day were as follows Tbe unexplred part ot the sentence is remitted in the case of Albert Helman late prlvite company Twentythlr now In the Leavenworth militi ry The resignation of Cadet Sherman D fourth United State military is accepted by the see rotary of Corporal John troo Sixth now with his troop at will 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 charge of the First is detailed as professor of military science and tactics at the university of to take effect September and will report for duty relieving First Second who will then proceed to join his Private Josiah troop Fifth now with his troop at Fort is transferred to company Tenth and will be sent to the station of that A TieatT With tbe via Oklahoma June treaty made with the Pottawatorales They receive their land in severally and in If it IB found tbe gov ernment bas not paid over the returned from the sale of the Kansas lands of the this sum IB to be added to the above amountThe tnba la to take Its allotments north of Little Chauncej Uepew Declines to Allow Bli Name to Died in Connection With the Presidencyof the Gommlt Committee Appointed OB Per manent tne Meet ing Adjourned Till June first meeting of the worlds fair commission was held to Tbe roll of the 106 persons who make up the full commission was There were nine McKenzie of Kentucky precipi tated a little turmoil by offering a reso lution that a committee on permanent twelve commis sioners be appointed by tbe char whose duty It shall be to recommend to the commission the of permanent to consist of a secre tary and as many as the committee should deem and to define their and to further re port what standing committees shall be appointed and their After It had been discussed pro and con for a time the resolution was finally amended making It the duty of the pro poeed committee to merely point out the officers and the duties of those who shall fill them without recommending the nomination to any John Buyd Thatcher of Naw York arose to say that within the last fifteen the New York commis sioners had been requested by Chauncey Depew to say that his name should not be used in connection with tbe wat made temporary sergeant Chairman Harris then announced the following the committee on perma nent organization McKenzie of Ken Swing of McDonald of Smalley of Gooh rane of Widener of Goodell of Brenlin of New Martindale of Harris of and Keough of North Caro The commission then adjourned till to strikers committlee and the Illinois Cen tral official ended with a positive refusal onthejiartof rallfOhd company to discharge Superintendent This was the ultimatum at far as the company waa The ultimatum of the add Indeed the occasion of the strike had been a demand for Rus tslla reason given being hla alleged general How far the lines of other companies will be waa also the subject of much discussion among those KILIEDTHK A Prominent Cherokee SalfBreed Hli Prlenrti FOBT June wafr received here this evening of the murder Of a man named Stubblefield by Claude McDaniel at Vanna farm not far from Webbers Falls in tbe Cherokee The of the killing are as follows Last Sunday evening McDan and his wife quarrelled about a glass of and the latter went to Stubblefields to which place he followed On entering the house where wife Me Daniels demanded her retured ihe In the Stubble leld Interceded as a when McDaniel became enraged and told Stub blefleld he would kill which the latter Shoot whereupon McDaniel took deliberate aim and fired severalballs from a 45 striking his victim and producing wounds from which he apon As soon as Stubble field felllila wife got his Winchester rifle and handed it to him to shoot but he wag too weak to grasp His Mrs Stubblefield then drew a bead on Mc Daniel andfired twice but neither shot took fled and has not yet been He is a very prominent halfbreed we to and Is prosecuting attorney for the Canadian advertising made a report ot a schedule of uniform ratai of advertising running from 75 cents per week to per and per column from per wk to flOOper BBIBN Or Teiaa CawboTe Capture a Town and Ralie High June McNeil of the Texaa Ranger force ar rived here today and told ot a reign of tenor at Twohig which bas existed since last Twohig Is south ot city on the in Lamlle On last Friday Will and Jack Hill and John cowboys rode Into the town with wild yells and struck ter ror to the heart of the timid a who had the hardi hood to resent the Insulin ot the and they dragged hint out of his store and beat him nearly to Mc Neils company was camped near the town and at night succeeded In arresting and jailing the They are to be tried by a magistrate on Monday and were released on John the railroad station testified against the men and they swore then that they would kill They shot at him several times Monday but failed to hit They left town some time Monday but returned to day and again at tacked who at sent n telegram here to McNiel asking for McNiel wired his men it Twoblg to again arrest tbe men and hold them until he can arrive there to In Honors For June Price of was chosen temporary secretary of the worlApfulr commission by There were a number of but Prices strength was such that all opposition withdrew and left the field clear for the man frpm the Sunflower une A more pitiable eight than the landing of the Immigrants from the American Line steamship British at Washing ton street on Monday would be hard to imagine as the heat was almost unbear They were clothed in their winter aud wera nearly all from northern They were fatigued on reaching the and could ba seen lying down on boxes and on tha floor of the Their unfor tunate strength was far less able to battle with the all seemed to be trying to relieve themselves by seeing which could cry the Sweltering under the ray a at the the custom officers worked their best to get tbe passengers offi to their respective but It was late in the tfe all were Sev TBB OHO liofden 81111 oo III to June cross case was resumed this Bo video being able to attend court but when court convened for the afternoon session Bow den was much worse and by agreement of counsel a mistrial was entered aa to him and tbe case was proceeded with as to the other seven The testi mony to day was devoted to the sLooticg match in Hugoton between Constable ttbortof Wondsdale and City Marshall Roblnaon of which occurred on June when Short made his ABOUT Grand at the Wiafleld Ohautauqpsk CommanderlnChlef the tinOrator ot tlw Bayee tbe DrawingCard at the Ottawa AeiemMr Attendance Fifty Xhotuuwd BxpvotedOrtalnal Paekace Men rind Their Very Unprofitable at An Agent at Helton HU Back to been Grand Army day at the Assembly and all day long people havs bean pour ing Into the They came from all the country around In car buggies and in every conceivable kind of a vehicle and every railroad brought crowded Comrade Tim McCarthy presided at the morning meet ing and Russell Alger ot Michi Comrade McCarthy and utnen Alger delivered an luldreen this afternoon and Mclntyre of is speaking tonight to on overflowing and enthusiastic People who have been to every assem bly here for years are astonished at the wonderful attendance This whole part of the state seems thoroughly aroused and nearly every town within 150 miles is arranging for or more excur Robert Mclntyre lectures tomorrow and on Saturday both he and Do Witt Talmage are on the of has tbe music well in band and some musical entertainmentsare promised noon with his army lirat The to arrest remainder of tbe testimony par Do accompanying p printer and will testimony just gone to tUe printer and will probably be ready next The subcommittee will then go over the case carefully and agree upon a There is no doubt that Breckinrldges teat will be declared vacant and a new election Galvetton June Coke proposed the following amend ment to the river and harbor which was referred to the committee on com merce That for the purpose of com pleting tbe work of improving the en trance to the secretary of upon the application of the chief ot hereby author lied to oaute to be made to tuch as may be necessary to do not to exceed In the aggre gate the amount estimated neceuary for the completion of the aatne and the sum of hereby appropriated to be applied to the payments on the herein author tional bill will In all Tomorrow probability presented to the senate with the be the Will Beduce the June Wabash road has given notice taking effect next Monday it will further reduce the rate on dressed beef by way of its Detroit line and the Canadian Pacific to tbe basis of 80 cents per 100 Chicago to Bos Tomorrow the Lake Shore will an nounce Its intention of meeting the 30 cent rate of the Hot Weather In June and to day were exceptionally the ther mometer registering from 90 to 96 de grees in tbe shade from earlv in the morning till nearly Up to 8 today nine deaths and sixteen pros some of them had been caused by the amendment attached to cover the propo sition of who offara per annum for the and will be finally disposed of In this body by Monday or Tuesday of next in acceding to tbe demand of agreed to pay as much as had been offered by any one else for the privilege of conducting a lottery In the state for the terra of twentyfive which was per Morris first offer being per Hot IceondOlaM 1 General acting upon reports made by pf tbe ttiuied an order abolishing the post 4 offlcjnat Grange and directing that the newspaper called the farm and Vj JuMjida be excluded from the malls as aecondclww It appears that The IlllnoU Central June committee of the strikers came here to and on their orders every freight between bete and Illinois Central was aide The passenger coaches are detached from two trains and local were notified not to handle Oentral oars going to other Thank Senator June State Vetetan Association met In this city this The attendance was between 300 and The object of the meeting to emphasize their views in favor of a service pension bill and more liberal treatment of the old A resolu tion of thanks to Senator IngalU was passed in consideration of bin efforts for the old They are taking itepu to effect a permanent organization thai will be felt in a political KAHSAS Jane Tcane Missouri committee of the Western Passenger Association held Its first meet ing here to All the Vn he TraneMlsaouri territory were repre Goddard pre Only routine business trans at Sheepahead June win ners of todays races were Bella who knocked a second and a half off the rec making it Senorita and Philos THE CHRISTIAN Annual Commencement and Award of June Grand Music Exposition was crowded yesterday afternoon by the friends of the Christian Brothers the occasion be Ing the thirtyninth annual commence After an overture by Gounod had been rendered very acceptably by the college Valray Blair read an essay on Fifty TJ ears of Scien tific Conde Nast ren dered a lluto which was followed by Peter Bucks recitation of Mothers A vocal solo by Thomas Grace waa followed by an essay on dome Educa tional Fallacies by Richard Selections from Faust were rendered by the college which was suc ceeded by the Masters by Charles the speaker taking for his Individ ual and Family Rights In Respect to tbe Songs by the College Glee Club and a violin aolo by Professor Frank completed the first part of the The granting of diplomas and the con ferring ot degrees placed the following gentlemen fairly upon the Bachelor of Martin Richard peter VllrayB Flanagan and William Master of Master of John John Nicholas Alexis Pius Francis Martin Frank Sel John Robert Dwyer and The following medals were awarded The Lucas English literature and best English Richard OReilly tbe Sialth Richard OReilly the Gregory clas Stephen Martin the Edward Flan agan the Brennan mathe Peter Buck the Fox excellence In collegiate Patrick the essay sophomore Constantino Cum came over in the Princess were clothed in furs and heavy sealskins hatband refused to cast them although the were nearly ex hauaed with the Tbe Princess baa on board 395 passengers and six work They encouated a remarkably pleasant passage Committed NEW June one of New Havens most prominent citizens not many years shot and killed himself this morning s H oclock He was 70 years old and had served the pity as mayor and represented it In the He was a descend ant ot one of the earlleat families of Mew The suicide was caused by financial Bperry was some years ago ap pointed to be trustee of an estate valued at Within the past few weeks relatives have been trying to get control ofthe estate and Sperrywas ordered by the court to render his He could account for but or was practically adjudged an embez zler and would probably have been ar rested had he not shot Besides this he had worsted several men in dif ferent ways to tbe extent of several thousand dollars and was under at least criminal without a dollar with which to clear was devoted to tracing the Joslin arty and proving alibis for Grubbs and A small portion of the evidence related to Robinsons movements in the Strip after being chased by Short from Raids and was really the same matter which has been told so often by other Judge Bryant announced that he would lengthen the sessions of court hereafter in order to make up lost Ilia Ottawa Jnne This was Chou festival In the forenoon ex aminations were heard in the normal and other departments and the promotions Profeasor McClmtoh closedhis Shakespeare class at by a lec ture Two grand concerts were given by the assembly chorus to over The temperance training school finished Its work at tt oclock and the round table meetings in the Tomorrow Is Ex Presi dent Kuiiell Warner and other distinguished Tttxnn SAN June is trouble at a small town on the International and Great Northern rail road in Salle On last Friday Jack William Hill and John Run nels entered a store kept by McGin took him paraded him up and down the street and whipped him so un mercifully with a cowhide that he was put to Yesterday the party bad their preliminary The witnesses against them were a woman and Station Agent Rang ers were called in to preserve the and tbe parties on trial were bound over to appear before the grand Nich olson expressed that he would be but the ran gar a were with To day while at Moore received a telegram from Nich in which he said that the Hills and Kunnella had entered his house and shot and that he was certain to be murdered The whole company has been ordered to leave Cotulla for which Is only twelve miles dis and It le thought they will arrive in time to prevent rs will arrive at 10 ExGovernor George Anthony of Ottawa will be chairman of the They will be banqueted in the Hnmblin house and at the close of the exercises at 4 the officers of the assembly and She citizens of Ottawa give the distin guished guests a public Prep arations have been made to accommo date Vbe Orlclnal Fuokaae more of original packages were arrested all in North Miller and Sam Burns was re leased on habeas the other two lie In These continued arresta and a great decrease In the amount of cause the package agents consider able One of the largest dealers in the city said today to an As sociated Press reporter that tbe business is dull anO there Is little monny m even when dealers are not me tasted by the VALLKV June George an insurance man of was sunstruck here this He died about 5 Italian at June winners of to days races were Work and Advanced the Rats ot June 26 Bank of Eng land has advanced 1U rater of discount from 8 to 4 per Milling June mills scored quite a gain in output last soys the Northwestern In the aggregate the production of eleven mills wera against barrels the week before and oar relu for the same week in 1889 and 200 barrels In The present indica tions point to en aggregate output for the week of about There il rather better tone to the flour market and confidence appears to be growing even In quarters hereto fore radically Many leading lights of the trade who have until now believed wheat too high think that It bas got down to a solid basis and look for a astroni middlemen are declared to be excessively Another Kentucky Blurder June most deplorable state of affaire exists la Knott Sunday last another mur der was added to the already long Alfred Draughan shot and instantly killed John Van bis second The killing was the result of a family feud of long The box Ing of the jaws ot a child belonging to Draugban was the immediate Draughan asked for an apology from Van which was The shooting Draughan tied im mediately after the and arrived here last He is beaded for the He is regarded as an exceedingly dangerous man to June jet earnings of the Central Branch of the Union Pacific railroad to the 30th of June this year will be in excess of the net earnings tor the first six months of 1860 If this rate of increase continues until the close of the tbe line will advance In value The in crease ls due to laat years big The Central Branch is the property ot the Union but It is operated undir a lease ba a feeder by the Missouri the Union Pacific receiving the entire net busi Stocks of Sour In the hands of Up the mings in Weather June until 8 Kansas except In the eastern putt con tinued high except rtlghtly Francis Elchler the drawing Otto and the Fitzgerald med al for excellence In the commercial de James Ed ward Flannagan then deliv ered an oration on the prolific theme of Party and be closed by delivering the valadictory A Kick Vrorn June ot census taking wot practically closed here the announcement having come from Washington that no further time could be It believed of remain It learned from reliable authority that the population Is about This U at least below what was Obnoxioi June crisis in theblf strike of the Illinois Central tratnmei thl i After an all June committee ap pointed at tbe recent meeting of the Western Freight Association to consider the question of restoring Missouri river ratea has called a special meeting of the ssoclatiou for next when a eport will be Tbe committee will recommend a com ilete restoration of merchandise rom Chicago to the Missouri river to the ormer basis of 7S cents first The revent basis la 60 cents It alto recommend that B 80cent wale rom Chicago to Paul on traffic origin itlng at eastern points be cancelled and 40cent scale be supplied to both hroughand local Kditorial June sessions of the national editorial association were con tinued today in tbe state Vice president of MUsouri opened a ditcusaion of the question of advertilng by a with paper on Newspaper Making for He held that the present lack of uniformity In advertising rates Is due to tbe lack of knowledge on the pin of tbe newtpaper publishers of what tpaoe U Ilelued the KANSAS Juno special to the Timei from says At 12 oclock last night a mob of forty men gathered twelve miles northwest ot here and went to the farm house of Walt Squires te tar and featheihis aged it was had caused the ruin of ayoung woman In the neigh The young man and his father commenced firing and the crowd did about fifty loads being dis Old waa hit in the but injury it not A young fellow In the William No was also bit in the pit of the stonj and it feared his wound will prove Intense excitement Charged With SAN June a wealthy was arrested here today for and will be tried tomorrow Cama rllloowns ranches on both the and Mexican It been crossing hones from one to the other M the markets might Oemand and without the formality ot paying He arrived here yesterday wltlt twenty six head and the were hot on They declare that the tnltaaU were crossed above Laredo and tsat Camarlllos have run into the Indian June In dians were graduated today from Haa kell The instrumental music was furnished by the Indian and there were several vocal by the The valedictory waa deliv ered by Frank a and ora by William a Minnie a Seneca Wa a Reid a a Brnett a and James a Mau The was bblpped June part of a car load of original liquor came to our town lost consigned to Frank and to day an Immense meeting of assembled at the court bouse and expressed their opposi tion to the business in the most emphatic The result the liquor shipped back to City evening and pttmlied not to engcge in the In this Killed a BAR June ward apprentice em ployed in the vulcan iron wat and instantly killed morning by of the of Striker and KBM proprietor of tbe Occidental Tho shooting was the outgrowth of an asiatilt on a nonunion Clauulea and Kerr were as saulted by a bapd of on the street and being worsted Kftrr drew re volver and ball struck young Cogau and bo died on the way to the hot Ba Skipped tba June dispatch to the of seatire bunoh Jinut from tays Hany r of the Topeka left city for un aodtlw mmpaoy   

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