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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 28, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas THE OPINIONS OF FIFTY LAWYERS IN HUTCHINSON NEWS Opinions of Leading Kansas Lawyers on Needed Temperance Temperance Next Sundays SATURDAY JUNE ORIGINAL Proposed for tho Re lief of trie Amendments Proposed to the BUI by the Judiciary Coulttee of the It U Proponed Ibat Mo Allene nhall be Granted trlvUefee of Trade Within a State Denied to the Oltlieni er that Btatalto Attempt to Prohibit Cltlaani rrom Importing for Their Private June tive Reed of has prepared on be half of the judiciary committee of the a report on the bill agreed on by the committee as a substitute for the senate original package It first points out the differences between the two senate bill being appllca ble to a single subject ot In toxicating nod the house bill be ing sll articles of The report says in the opinion of the committee all property which bag been imported Into the state and kept for sale there ought to be subject for all pur chases to the jurisdiction of the utate and Ml persons wno engages in traffic within a state ought to be subject 10 such rules as it may enact for the regulation ol that The states are the proper judges of the needs of their own citizens and test against the national election bill now under dlsauailoa in the The house committee on Invalid pensions has decided to report a bill granting a pen sion of J100 per month to the widow of the late AW Wli7 a New York Doctor Wai fiant to an Inixne Naw June a week ago Doctor Arthur Du Berceau of 288 West became so dis turbed mentally at the bad conductor his 18 yearold that his removal to the Insane pavillion of Bellevue hos pital ws deemed The boys behavior has always been such that no tutor could be got to educate He is possessed of an unatural hatred of his fa Hit malice ban generally as sumed the form of destruction of On one occasion he ruined a lot of bis fathers medicine When taken to task he said the mischief had been done by a who had escaped out of the His who is a Roman called upon him to substantiate his assertion by an oath on the and the boy unhesitatingly perjured Young Du Berceau got money out of his father by pretending to join to Ma sonic societies whose dues had to be Be also said he had become a and needed money to sustain the church he went When his de b to tner s tion and best calculated to their and when tho nun resident ust that he should be subject to the same reatric h ommended by Uie com and delivered to him at his place of res The states would have no power to prevent the importation ot any article of commerce nor to obstruct the trans portation of commerce through the ter except In the necessary enforce ments of their health Its only effect would be to subject such property as may be Imparted into the state and their held or offered for sale to the laws of the The power of congress to enact a law of this character can hardly be In the judgment of your the report It would be much the exigency with reference to particular as it may seem to as the bl11 Bhould be THE June the house m of rising to a parliamentary inquiry asked whether it would be iu order to consider the vote by which the postal clerks leave bill wag passed Ho bad been informed yesterday by the gentleman who called up the bill that It did not Involve an ap wherein he now learned it would Involve an expenditure of As who called t op the was not Dockrey was unanimously permitted to enter a imotlon to reconsider leaving it pending 3tor the The consideration of be election bill was then of addressing the ouse In support of the Kennedy then favored the bill In a wMoh waa interrupted at thlB nnt by Butterworth of who Bsented the conference report of the Jlslatlve appropriation bill and de luded consideration for despite the Meat of Breckiarldgeof g 400 insisted that It was not generous to Make up in that way the limited time to election although Cannon of Illinois called attention to be fact that the special rule provided for na intervention of appropriation bills and the urgent necessity for action upon these in view of h early expiration of the fiscal he report was discussed and further ice ordered on some mil The speaker an appointment ot Conger of Walker of Massachusetts and b II on the Saturday and Monday nights for tebflte on the election The house took a evening session to 111 ot private peu June the senate s consideration of the bill for the ad it Payne and Gray1 argued the bill ifc The question was taken on Jones enabling for Arizona and Mexico and It i rejected by a strict vowyeas nays Jones of Arkansan then uvoved as Wyoming and it was rejected by exactly the patne The bill was then passed by a strict ay 18 the bill declares the state entitled one representative w the Pifevflrst uqnferenoe was asked ou the amend T thdJ0M WM kl Unnnm Aim AI bill for the admission of Idaho token up and went over as un next wequttva the senate i Berceaua recovered balance sulllcioutiy to discharge on and when he dis covered what his son had done in his ab sence he concluded that the lad must be Be accordingly had htm gned before Justice Hogan in the Jelfmaon Market police court and lie was committed for examination na to his He acted sullen when incarcerated In the which his her had quitted the day but laved himself in other who furnished the foregoing history of the IB not Inclined to think the lad Irresponsible for his bad Young Du who now says he docs not belong to any is large for bis age and mature enough to be dis as well aa in his pecu liar WOBLDS PAIR Report of the Committee on June worlds fair commission met this Tlie ruary 1880 to take their The work of the commiialon has been The Indians are more than satisfied and the United States IB w be The commiwlon leaves tomorrow for the Army June Army to day were an follows Ordnance Edward Is upon his own application placed upon the retired Ordnance Edward now at Washington having been placed upon the retired list as of this in conformity with will repair to hlB On the mutual application of officers concerned the following transfers In the Eleventh infantry are to take ef fect June 1890 Second Eu ward Lewis from company B Vo company Second Arthur Johnson from company F to company The officers thus transferred will join their proper First corps of engi will proceed from Wllletts to New York city on public busi and on completion thereof return to his proper The travel en Joined la necessary for the public The leave of absence granted Au gustuo In special division of the is extended four Private William acting hos pital now at West upon the arrival of Hospital Stew ard Foster at the be sent to Fort reporting upon his arrival to the commanding officer for Henry troop Sixth now with his troop at Fol is transferred as a private to the provost general and will be sent to the station of that com mand at the military Fort Leaven Leave of absence for four months on surgeons certificate of with permission to leave the divison of the ia granted First adjutant Thirteenth Ho much of paragraph special order June from this office as relates to tJeotge Sev enth is so amended as to direct that he be relieved from duty at Jeffer son at his own made a partial report recommending lhal the officers of the commission consist of a five a treas urer and a the first vicepresi dent to be of opposite politico from the president and the other four to be eijual ly divided between the The report was The manimously In like manner tne John Dickinson of Texas then referred back to the committee on permanent organization to report recom On Trait June gas trust liti gation was settled In J udge Collind court to day and the proceedings were dis missed upon a stipulation signed by Lawyer Francis on whose suit George Davis was appointed re ceiver ot the otherwise known as the Chicago Gas and the attor neys fir the The document merely stated the fact that all parties had agreed to have it Upon learn ing the desire of all the parties the court discharged the dissolved the In junction agaiuBt the trust and dismissed the whole There IB still another litigation which tho gas trust has not It is case of the people on the relation of Peabody to ascertain by what right the trust does It was la this case that the supreme court decided that the trust was Illlnoli Ueutral strike June Illinois i Iti xf f he nprtbnn and went to work again this General dent Sullivan was Been after the settle ment and at the close of the final con He said that the atrike was set tled not upon the basis of any concession on the part of the railroad but by the complete and entire surrender of the Heaald Superintendent Itus sel t power had not been in anv wav cur orders only to his immediate e Yale NBW June Fifteenth annual straight away eight oared shell race between the Yale and Harvard university was rowed this ng over the Thames river course Gales Ferry to Winthrop Yale winning by three and onehalf lengths In 81 Harvards 31 This is Yales fourth successive and the record of fourmile races now stands Yale nine The course was three Palmer Will be June Pal of was unanimously elected president of the Worlds Colum bian exposition at todays meeting of the national and Dickinson of Texas was ohoten is Oklahoma OH August The American June i ntern ational glove flght between George col ored the bantam weiget champion of America and Nunie the bantam weight champion of took place at the rooms of the Pelican Club this The match was for the bantam weight championship of the and a purse of Wallace retired in the nineteenth round and Dixon was declared the The flght was witnessed by about one hundred among whom were Baron North andjEarl of Wallace led offin the Brat ap pearing to considerable lu tensa interest was manifested and he was loudly cheered by his friends and celved many signs of In the second round the Englishman adapted ducking maneuvers iu which he touched Dlxon s This gave rise to cries of was not allowed by the In the third round Wallace ap peared to be considerably fagged and Dlxon came to the front to great advan In the succeeding inning the American forced the In the sixth and seventh rounds they fought on even From this up to the tenth round there waa no great display of pugilistic skill but in the tenth round Wallace received a knock down blow and Wood flawed from him pretty He came to promply at the though his weasness was plainly appar In each succeeding round up to the eighteenth Dlxon fought the English man all around the At the next call Wallace reached his but had been so badly used up that he was unable to defend He leaned helplessly on the hopes and waa obliged to give up the Veil Aileep and Ww June Biddell a freight met with a peculiar death here last He had orders to meet the east bound express He arrived first and while waiting olimbed out of his cab and sat down on the main track to ceol He fell aileep and was run over by the express a few moments His head was completely severed from his He lived in where he leaveB a widow and several Tawott Caught j June who arrived here this morning on the Frisco state that five Pinkerton detectives got aboard the north bound tram at West situated in Washington county last with Tascott the mur derer of Banker Snell of He had been spotted for some time and parties had come from Chicago and fully identified Made an m president of the Thirtyfirst Btreet made an assignment for the benefit of hit creditors this The schedule anseta and liabilities of Roberts is vicepresident of the Park National bank of thU which la now in the ot the bank examiner by order of the secretary of the Ho Sound From the Batratwd DtJHBABr June rescuers bad not succeeded in cutting 4heir way into the Hill Farm mine at but they are expecting to break through at any moment Not a tap or oound has been heard front the men for a week and v7k ittlv fcrtelued of their being Won br sale Yak MfJ OLD SOLDIERS A Grrand Gathering of Veterans at Stirring Address Made By ExPreM dent Kayos and Commander inchief Fair Treatment of the Bon Who Band Their Ilrwuu In De tente of tlia of the Ot tawa Crowds AMem bia at Wlnflald to llear The Chantanejoa at June Army Day of the assembly has been a pro nounced com manderinchief ot the Grand Army ar rived from the south at 4 oclock nv Bands of old soldiers and citizens met exPresident Hayes and his party on the arrival of the special train at aud escorted them to the tabernacle in the where it Is estimated people waited to receive Qlu the absence ol Governor ex Guvvrnoi Anthony was made chairman of the Alter patriotic songs and introductory patri otic Atger was introduced find received with tremendous ihe following m a ByuopsU ut the speech Alter doing juiilico to Kunuoa and the uiu veteraua ue reuoguizeu la tttting terms the underlying principle uf ruUg luu ad presented no null in iue uf ue Hu had a won uoriul ituiuity ot interesting aud euihusing Uie Iu referring tu in me dark uaya tie hou al ways an anecdote tu illustrate the cir He spoftu earnestly to tue yuuog reminding taem vfiut illusory read aOuui the leaving ot home and tue heartrending scenes Irum loved oneu mem u very faiul idea of sceuett ou the battle field ami of persons he would like to know wuat mouuy could be a compensate for an empty a lost or He had no sympathy with vaose who are crying about me bankruptcy of the treas Tne amount ia paid to our own people and largely out 01 the funds con tributed by foreigners who geek a market tor their toods He believed the noble women who had helped the great struggle would have a passport to heaven and 00 honored To the sons of he spoke words ot and he hoped they would stand support and dolend use Hag tamers and this in cloning he earnestly invited and urged hu comrades to go to the national encampment at assured thorn of a good lie also reminded tbem that nearly three quarters of the men who served in the army are not members K urgamzitloaand urged them to join during Alter itmnklng toemlur ihe maglflcent reception he bia them good A line fioral offering was sent to the plaiturm for the must handsome man and hn bud no hesitation in appro priating although he thought it was hard upon President Governor Anthoney and Doctor Purdue was introduced as a but not having been born in and being a citizen of Wyandotte he repelled the soft hu was not in the but considered the greatest honor ever con ferred to have helped save the Unloyalty and nationality are the central pillars upon woich the greatness ot the nation Every soldier deserved the reward of his sacrifices and Speaking of the vaet assemblage here and the work that has been donehehald When the results of the ptetent census are known there will be shown a decrease in the illiteracy of McUook of com mander of the Loyal Legion Command ery of the elate of took off his cap to the ex Presi dent He Bald there could be no politics in either the or the Loyal but there must be full measures of A flag should not only wave on every school but on every church and old aoldlere should raise it in the motnlng and take it down at In his address he sung and Blue the flag of the Constella The distinguished visitors were dined at the Hambhn bouse and returned tothi An immense audience was Jammed into and around the tabernacle to bear ex President He asked their attention to some frag ments and facts relating to the obliga tions of our county to the men on land and wto saved the country in the tme of When the war ended more than twentyflve years ago the country was plainly under great obliga tion to a good many of its There were many difficult questions which the people offer and the were compelled to The obli gations were of two sources all men who had risked money and property to aid the govern who bad risked life and happiness and all they possessed in behalf ot the The first or money obligation bad to be first dealt with and U was a very Impor tant The debt wai very large and it was drawing from 7 810 per inter est to 6 per which was the There was to pay in gold the first There were many good patriotic men who said the great debt could notte paid the great nations of the world never did pay their debts and It was not Then there went those who aatd It could be out down one Instead of payina in gold let it be paid in There a principle underlying the In the state of in we tried the question of whether we should keep on our promise or pay ia My opponent lathe race could make appeal to the and It was difficult to meet bis He said the people wanted more money and If I would ask he said I would and But I did my best to pursuade the people that weak M the nation then was in was strong enough and rich to be I did net wish to baxle and haggle the why money which wu good enough to pay why it was not gnod enough for the Although they seemed rather inclined to favor the they nearly all voted for me and I still go on arguing that they be paid their pensions in money is as good as We have paid twentyfour hundred millions of and owe one thou land millions on the principal and there s so little left that we dont care much whether we pay or and besides we can get our money cheaper than any na tion on the face of the It pays a nation to be and sometimes an j We are three times as rich and twice as and yet there are some people Btill saying we will bankrupt the treasury if the soldiers are The loudest cry comes not from the poor peo ple who have to help pay the but from those who think they will be richer if the soldiers are not The pledge made to the soldier fur his ser vices are just as distinct nnd as clear and unmistakable an any pledge ever made to a bond There not a preacher in the pul but told us with all the earnestneBs ind eloquence he could that the work of the soldier wonld never be f The platform speakers were equally as earnest and so were the news All parties were agreed that they should be and that great statesman whom Providence se lected said in In one of those wonderfulmesBftfles which ha read to the American repeated and reit erated the lame Nor has the sentiment changed since March But in thliteen states of this Union there aie state homes for I am not quarrelling with the state It s the best we can but we did not flght or state laws or state but for a whole nation and the nation should re ward and thack the The state of Massachusetts has spent for lor old which ought to have been paid by the southern in the almshouses and state institutions who should not be objects of but pro vided for by the It is not as some money all the hut j uwice we are We ask only for that which is fair and The questions what was the Jon that was done How much was it worth Was It done well It was a big The men and rulers of England said it could not be There were against and to provide for them when Men at home also believed that the job could not be done but we did and no other war known to history was ever BO well But they begin about the It never could be but the Germans who bought the bonds knew better aud the English capitalists who bought the CoLfederate bends now know Some nay our soldiers cost na more than any other nations ever Eng lish history shows the Conquerer gave the or at least the the whole What would thought if the canquering soldiers of 1865 had been given the whole United We want no charity but justice and our and the nation can afford to Rive Anthony in name of the ladies of the presented to ex President Hayes a magnificent floral ottering as a memento ot the apprecia tion of the great work of the noble Lucy Webb The president was too much overcome to Devol of Kansas made a short after which president of the assembly closed the twelfth annual setBion which financially and every way haa been pronounced The distinguished visitors left nt 6 The Wlnfleld June 87The fourth day of the great assembly found every thing moving smoothly and everybody settling down to solid enjoyment of the splendid The classes are doing thorough and Vincent is winning warm praise for his thorough and painstaking work aa conductor of the Professor Brierly of the new musical is doing splendid work and has the great chorus of 400 voices under thorough The Archibald Beatty of the church read an interesting paper this morning on Christian Unity Hubert Mclutyre lectured this after noon on the rjunless It was a description of Wyandotte caves of Indi His powers of description are mar velous and his vivid word painting com pletely entrances the audience that crowd the There are between ton and fifteen thousand people in the To night are being made for to when the city will be crowded with people to hear DeWitt Talmage and Robert The Topeha June attend ance and weather were excellent at the Kansas Obautauqua aisemblyat Oakland Grove program included an address by Doctor Mander of on The Philosophy of Hap and lectures by on the Philantrophy of and by D on One Thousand Miles up the illustrated A eMTAL ahem a fclttlo Rock Once Ktlli Bit LITTLE June aft ernoon about Soclock Sherman Will a doing business at Ninth and Rector shot and instantly killed Billy driver of a bread The men were la no way re Sherman Williams and a neighboring merchant named Otto Lankey were en gaged in a regular toughandtumble of the street when Billy Williams appeared on the to separate the men or to take the part ot Sherman pulled a pUtol wd the ball entering the left side near Ae causing almost Instant death Sherman immediately went to the sher iffs office and surrendered coroners connected one of he leading Is his The dead it was a fighter of no mean and was known among his auociatM as an amateur pugtllav MVB The Gardiner Stave Mill Bzploalon Oaaara Hear Lou of June tavemill at North Star was wrecked estrrday afternoon by a boiler ex Four men were killed outright and a fifth was Injured so badly that he died this while a number of other were seriously The list of milled Is as follows Fred Oharlea Hiram teller of Green Frank Gardiner died this The injured are njured Internally and skull will probably dip skull frao ured tvilllam badly cut about the lead broken arm and Internally njured William GaastuaOonkhng Janes The mill at once ook and it was only by the greatest that the bodies of the killed and rounded were taken from the The mill is a total everything Including the stock and two cars oaded with HANGED JUlX THB A Murderer the Pennltjr Affidavit of a PINK June his In the county William Brooker was hangud for He expressed no religious or other feelings what was shown in a confession written shortly before the execution and to the He lays the blame or his deed in tho coaxing away from ler home and of his wife by Joomba and He parted with his children yesterday afternoon but did not want to see his The crime for which Brooker suffered was the killing of CoombB and wife about a mile ot Pine yillage on Coombs was a sister to Brookers A peculiar Incident connected with the iase ia the fact that one of the jurymen a ew days ago made an affidavit he had lot on any ballot voted Brooker guilty of murder In the first No was paid to and the hang ng proceeded according to Hunt Struck b June was icelved last night of the eight miles from Morehead night before of Edward Uargett and John The two first named were from Onslow Fulcher Ived at and were taking the who were both home n bia A storm came up and the boat by The boat was completely wreckeoV Last evening the bodies ot Ward and Fulcher were and later the body of Hargett was Ward only 30 of age and was a school He had examination fnr admission into he tiiate University next He and Sargett had been attending the session of the teachers assembly at Morehead The German Printers June strike of the German printers on the morning papers still and the situation yester day was much the same as the day be The Wutliche Pott readily granted the The Anuigtr fat Wettmt and the but as and the managers say they are experiencing no serious inconvenience The on the other main tain that the forces of both papers are badly demoralized and iu substantiation of their statements say that out of a usual force of twentysix the Aranyer Is only working tea end that the Amerika has bul six men at the Both sides remain firm and say they will not Fight In 9 June received here from Brzeioum regarding the trouble in that city state that a de tachment of Turkish soldlere searched a church there while services were being in the belief that aquantlty of arms were secreted in the The con gregatlon resented the Indignity and opened fire with revolvers the In the encounter which ensued one Turkish four Armenians and eightTurka were and many others on both sides were A party of musselmen subsequently made a riotous demonstration and atoned tho British trianm at cnuoaco June winner of to days races at Washington Park were Fly Duke of Highlands and at SHBEPSIIBAB June 28The wlnf ners of todaya races were Little Stockton and Mad BASH NATIONAL At 0 1 0 0 0 i i 4 New Base 7j Maw ij New and o 0090 0 1 T CONDITION OF Weekly Report of Don fc Gos Commercial Tke Volume of Trade Contlaneg Larger Than For tho Same Season oi Frcrlau Pnxpeeta far the Headend Lew Haturaoioir Beoanta at the Cneertalntr of the Monetary Situ Slight Oeellne IB of Wheat and From Inter ior HUM salrly NEW June Dun weekly review of trade says While the volume of trade u indicated by spe cial by bank exchange at Interior and by railroad continues arger than in the same month of any irevlous the prospects for the uture Is rendered less satisfactory by nduatrlal hesitation and by doubt In re gard to the monetary al hesitation from the delay of legislation and increased uncertainty regarding the Wool s distinctly weaker In the inter or and at eastern markets and a disposi tion id shown to meet the needs of man This uncertainty also effecta estimates of the future demand for iron and so continued addition of new fur naces weakens that market Large transactions in structural iron aud rails have been but without strength ening Cotton has declined a quarter of a Wheat baa fallen off 1 cents bet er news from the and oata Lard and hogs a shade Coffee Is steady but oil declined HAW sugar is a sixteenth and G and further conces onH on rerlnad The general level of prices Is lower in because nt a reaction from the many speculations which the prospect of unlimited silver coinage Business at other cities is well maln alned for this reason and the exceeding ly confident tone hitherto prevailing does not at all If there are possi bilities of disappointment they do not eem to be realized Boston notes good demand and higher prices for cotton and leather with a demand for aud large receipts of which tend to weaken the At Philadelphia coal is Chicago continues confident of a large aud profit able fall and the statistics of the board of trade show increase over last year In the grain business and in a slight decrease in but a gain ot nearly 100 per cent in dressed and an increase In and a large de crease In The diy goods busi ness exceeda last and the pros pects of the clothing trade for the fall are thought quite Louis reports tiade in all lines above the Milwaukee notes excellent crop prospects and good Paul finds the situation very en couraging and trade at Omaha and Den ver ia At Detroit business Is wool mov ing slowly because farmers hold for high An average business Is reported at Kansas City and no at Pitta burg except that while iron mills are fairly employed are lower and glass works closing for the lii all repprw whether frwa torth or there Is a noteworthy absence of complains about and money markets are fully but tho demand is quite active at Ht and Cleveland and pushes close the supply at while it is weak at at Kansas The mouey market is firmer at Button and but nlentifully supplied at aud at and the coming July disbursements are 01 fCed to caviue greater ewe The bueinees failures occurring throughout the country during the last seven days number as compared with 100 last For the corresponding week of I860 the figures were A Wrecked Crew Naw June schooner from Nova brought into this port this morning the thip wrecked crew numbering ton of the Scotch brig which was lost off Sable on the coast of Nova on April while on a from Falmouth to On the night of April 88 the Jennie wu stranded on an a desolate strip of uninhabited land off Bable Donald Cox and two men were lost while endeavoring to make land ia a small The James We Don and the rest of the orew tfturwaidi reached the built a rude but and lived on the Island for sub sisting on sea eggs and blackish water from a pool formed by They then began cruising in the boat in the tiope of being picked After two days the Stearns came along and brought them into this Darius June noon today Paymaster Atkinson of the Wynn Coke works was seated alone at the com panys office counjinic the money to pay the Atkinson had Just placed In envel suddenly a masked man cov ered him with a revolver and ordered him to throw up his Atkinson ran oat of the office end gave an Chicago Brooklyn 0 Base 9 0 and 00 0 00 8 5 0 0 VO r robber seized the motiey and A gave robber tamed and flred several shots at The yard nit the thief with oanafiog him to drop hat and pert oi toe He was recogilMd aePerry a former employe of the com r The owned A Wyoming OAHBOX June portion of this town was bunujd thie with mall flam I
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