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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 10, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                isements in THE NEWS will bring the best HUTCHINSON NEWS THURSDAY JULY WASHING News and Ooealp Gathered About tho National The Seiate Devotes Another Day to the Bliiramlon of the Cornpro tUlier Debate la thaHotueOvertbeDiplomat andOomslar Appropriation tnteraiate uommeroe Oommlulon Argument on ibe Qneitlon ol Reducing Western Qralu AatMTJn joit DlMrimlnaitosis the MTMtern k July senate re turned consideration of the conference report on the sliver and Cockrel aoatinuedhis argument against it tie criticised last clause of the section of the conference bill am aald that the language therein usec indicated preference for a single gold The secretary of the treasury would so interpret it Until parity be tween the mewls was established golc would be Riven the preference and legal tender notes would be redeemed in gold That was the most dangerous power ever vested by law in a secretary of the treas The conference report is intended aa a bold that the country is still on the single gold and that in the redemption of these notes gold must be The secretary ot the treasury can drive the country to part with every dollar ot and can lock up in the vaults of the treasury every sll ver That is the most dangerous power ever given to a secretary of the treasury since the foundation of the gov eminent Cockrell went on with bis argu ment and taking up the third section of the conference be entered bis most earnest and solemn protest against as meaning a practical cessation ot silver oolnageafitr in the course of some questions Oockrells con remarked that while he waa in favor ot the free and unlimited coinage of he would support the confer ence bill because it waa all that the friends of silver could get Cockrell1 believe that if the sen ate vill rej set this report the houie will In the end agree to the I haye no doubt of it The house has had no fair chaoce to pass upon None at We have made no determined effor in support of the senate We show no back We show no disposition to aland by what wo solemnly done after the freest and fairest discus lion ever had in the senate This bill in my judgment is infinitely worse than pretent There is no comparison between it and the bill that passed the but we at the first We hoist the white We retreat in We abandon all the pretentious that we have made in behalf of and we give truthfulness to the assertion ot the mon ometallism tf the least that tho bill waa only a project to furnish a market for silver Daniels addressed the senate in opposition to the report Ihe silver he was a great deul big ger than the president of the United whether the presidents name was Benjamin Harrison or Orover Cleveland and it waa never going to be won aught to bf until the senate was as great the The senate and the house ought never to give up the vantage ground which silver but should reply to those who opposed it as the gallant officer replied to the demand for surrender Dome and take Sooner or gress and the executive had got to come into collision on silver If that collision had got tj why not lot it come No one loved peace more than he loved but if he had got to have a here and now were the place and time that he always liked to have it out It a Democratic president were in the White House and was against silver he like to have the opportunity to teach him a little true He was heartily of seeing the people of the country thwarted on every game they played for greater freedom in the management ot their He said to the friends ot silver that If they stood up to the fltht could win and that If they ran away from it they could If they believed In the tree coinage of he they should stand oy the senate bill let he president of the United Slates take care of Much aa he loved the Democratic he would rather see a Republican presi dent with a financial system that would give relief to the whole than to see a Democrat president treading out and crushing as presidents bad those great aspirations of the American watch asked for a freer atmosphere and a fuller play to these their Morgan took the floor but saw that could not finish remarks to Mr Sherman proposed that an agree meuUtsould made to take thevote at oclock Cpokrell He no be that the vote Would be taken to but the hour could not be fixed He ol two three senators who desired to speak oh the Sherman said that he was satisfied with that assurance that the vota would Betaken The1 senate then i THE 9 edt W July Hltt pro ws the report on the dl plomatlo and consular appropriations In the course of the discussion refer ence having been made to the appropria made by the last bill for the proteo righto In in of declared that it that the entlr a result of the Samoan negotiations had been to en throne a king bad been dethroned by fact not Our representatives abroad the purpose of lettleing tad actually gone to theeKtontrf overriding toe Will the of and ieuidg up a had been de tWi American V not impugn the action of the commission on foreign affairs in providing for the protection of out but we had entered into tho real negotiations and made a We had met the enemy we were It was a disgrace to theAmerican people and to the admin istration which was responsible for the MoCreary of who was chairman of the committee on foreign affairs during the last said ne believed we had dona the best that could be dobe and the gentleman McMillan was putting ft too strongly ed If he was not aliens he could Introduce a bill to carry out his or he could call for the correspondence with foreign am now taking auoh I am calling the attention ot the country to the tact thatwe are attempt DC to keep up a deposed Hltt then demanded the previous declining to yield to Mc who was desirous of continuing the Thereupon McMil lan raised the point of no pend ing which Rogers of Arkansas moved that the house 20 nays The previous question was then or 103 the speaker counting a and then McMil who had voted in the affirmative for that moved a The vote on tabling the motion to recon sider waa 104 60 the speaker through the a quoiuni and declaring the motion car Breokinridge of chal lenged the correctness of the in stancing the names of E Grain and and stating that they bad not been present on presentations of Tiy lor of and he withdrew the challenge to the names of Grain and but perserved in it as far as the names of Enloe and Herbert were The while admitting the ne cessity far absolute correctness in the record of those members present and not stated that even eliminating the names of Enloe and Herbert there waa a quorum present He therefore declaisd the motion to table carried and put the question on agreeing to the conference The vote and the speaker was unable to count a so the conference report was not ugreed to for the present Dingley of entered a mo tlon to reconsider the vote by which the marine signal bill was and then the house THIS ISITKBiTATC Urged Why a Reduction In Weit em ahould be WASHINGTON July the matter of the contemplated order by the interstate commerce commission reducing rates in the west on the comuiiBslon today heard arguments in favor of such reduc Dousman of the Chicago board of trade made the first argument Dousman said the Chicago board of trade found itself entirely in sympa thy with the proposed reduction in freight Tiut felt that some slight modification should be made in the order as proposed by the The board of trade was of he that any rate from the Missouri river to Chicago of more than 15 cents was ex In behalf of the board of trade ot the city of Chicago he asked the com mission when putting into effect its pro posed order to make he rate in all grain and grain products between tne Missouri river and the Mississippi river 13 cents per 100 and te make the rate on the same between the Missouri river and Chicago 15 centa per 100 and to order at the same time that the rates via all the gateways to the seaboard be adjusted on the same that is flat local rates both to and from iheae junction with the through rate the same via all who followed urged the reduction of the rate on corn trom the Missouri river to 15 cents per 100 pounds to tie showed by data that ten years ago the railroads carried corn at about 23 and the product of corn was now three times what It was then He also asserted that some of the roads were operating un der a secret carrying corn at less than 15 cents per 100 B secretary of the North western Orain Shippers and also made arguments in behalf of the interest represented by Ihe Sundry Olvll July sundry civil bill as reported to the senate today by the appropriation carriei with it an appropriation of an increase of The estimates for the year wer so that the bill reported IB less than the estimate and more than the iill of lajt The most important feature of the work of the senate com mittee on this bill is the elimination from the measure of the appropriation of 500 for an irrigation This pro vision was vigorously attacked by a num ber of western senators and they succeeded in defeating it in the commit Their opposition was based largely the ground that its effect would be to preserve to the public domain a vast amount of public land whioh ohould be open to sett ement The appropriation for topographic surveys by the geologic al is increased from M It ia provided that one half of this sum shall be expended west of the 101st and so much of the act of October as provides cr the selection and location of reser voirs and canals upon the public lands and the reservation of irrigable lands is repealed that reservoirs and canal sites heretofore located or selected shall remain segregated and reserved rom entry or settlement until otherwise provided by lArmy July orders saned today were as foljbws Private Henry company One Hnndfed and Eighth is upon hie ewn ap plication placed upon the retired list created by that Private Henry company Ojne Hundred Eighth now w th his companj having b will repair u i at Fort San ilaced upon the retired Hw in conformity With bis les company les rhird intw now with hia company will be duct the United by tbe LTon recetptof Htt iommandlng hl The follow ig enlisted men BOW at Jtte posts deugt tid after tnelr respective htmn enlisted under false win t discharged from tne eer will I Vice ot the nittd Utaws oft receipt of thls order by the commanding ofticera of their respect re stations louoted Jefferson MI 0uri Private William Mo DonoughUui Seventh Camp Wyoming Private Jus ph light battery First artiiier is upon bis own applica tion placed ii on the retired list Private Jui ph light battery First artiilsr now with his battery at FurtDouglu having been placed upon the ed list as of this in conformity th will repair to hia Private 1 lomaa bospttfcl now M Fort ia as signed to dm at that post Churl B commissary of sub will proceed from Denver to fort oncflioial business and upon com inon of the same will return to his projw With toe proval of the secretary of uf abtence granted John ne Hundred and Eighth ended six THE PETITION i Kaneae Farmera Mnw Look Eiae where for ThftBqarfl of BallrMd CommlNon Beftuei to Interfere In Loral It Ar U the Grain BaJiiaf la Central r QawltloB of notion or on Loot irmitn o be Kan July The decision of the board of railroad comMiasionere upon he petition oi Alliance for he reduction of the local grain rate in iansas to the Missouri river wag an nounced The decision one of he longest whioh the board baa ever making fifteen pages of printed The boardsays it wan staled at he and the statement was not challenged by any that not a kernel ot grain was moved out of Ksnew he Missouri river local leveral Kansas City grain deal era were preient and were nterrogated upon the subject and etch admitted that he did not pay the With tbo a war leave uf take effects slot to go Capt Joseph Ohuile will v Michigan nat Battle make an Caking part tu tlons as he spector gent i MJD will request t letter in advance for In structions anc to whem he will forward proval ol the secretary of jjence for six to ut August with permis vond the is printed Teuth Nineteenth lu Itthe encampment of the mal guard atQognac 28 to and of the state troops under such instruo ay receive from the in 1 of the to whom he direct hja rep rt ot his ir July chairman of the gresslonal has WASHIHOT Balden of Republican ca Issued the fol publican platforms has as one of il would see to t IB execution of that pro The Re national owing address in its several iledgedthe country fundamental it vision of the of conserving national elect nubllcan pre Republican si bill and seed i onttitutiun which guaran tees to every 1 wful voter in federal elec lions his right to deposit hia ballot and have it The strict enforcement of this inalien a tolemn duty Continuing house has duo its io the direction le light la aa he address states that the bli by passing the n and urges the everywhere to urge the istors to likewise pass the to the president for his July senate to he nomination of tobe secretary of WAtraiNGrui day confirmed Fishback of H legation to Uienos Charles Beatoc wax jn firmed aa postmaster at and at July senate in executive seebftm today confirmed the nomination of Bachelder to be quartermaster general ot the t rlglnal Package July A special from says that Compton a received a letter from concerning the original KABBAH Cm Kit of that city h Senator Ingail package in which this paasage occurs The prlglnal deoialon was an outrage It IB inconceivable how a majority of tie court could have lent Itself to such a travesty on Justice and the constitutioi The senate on ltd pro mulgation protaptly passed a bill in tended to oouo eraot its which IB now pending Wore the house of repre 1 not understand the oc casion of the I hope the people will be patient and not resort to vio The ol July of the Pythian army by Oarnahan thlB afternoon Cold Springs Park was the event Thousands of people gatherer to witness the and the soldierly bearing and military precision of the uniformed Pythiana waa the subject tt much The prize drills begun today and will be continued eVery until The supreme lodge will elect officers to and Oebrge Shaw of Eu Olato will bo chosen supreme Omaha is said t9 be ahead for place o the next I LFPTLE BOCK Re publican state met here and declined to place a Republican ticket in the and formally endorsed the Union Labor headed by Fizler for The platform adopted la a comfclete endorsement qf the power and the majority I reaSBrmationof party pri charges the Democratic pa murder of John July 8 special in temperature h thirty degrees fallen from the lake r ill re from o Footing the the THE NEWS is Reac than any otherj orded to tto d considerable re auction in but these are necessary to restore the tariff to a uniform atand 7der oodUions we be onnfn reductlon9 are called for to rrhi raU to a falrsnd reasonable thl8 tat1ff a considerable mount of gram is shipped as well as nther products and With the ncreaain amount of grain consumed thBstatefor feedinn purposes the ocal land becomes of Increasing impcrt and its rates burdensome unless the disparity between that and the other ill is kept at fair and just l he question not having been directly aiserl to the nor considered at he hearing of tt will be necessary nrJerthe law to afford the parties Inter net a hearing upon that before otlon upon An early day will be xed for such a heating and public notice ill be given of the TBAOHEB9 IN econd Bemlon of the National Kdn Meeting at July second day of he National Educational meeting was air and At the Peoples church which seats over was well filled with those who wished to enjoy the twenty minutes mu icale treat with which each session be and when President Canfield rapped for order the place was but it was all shipped upon the basis of the through ratca to Chicago and other is the only condition upon which the grain dealers upon the Hlsiouri river could continue n the grain ur cculd buy with out absolute a single of ruin in the state of The price of grain IB fixed at those great points of distribution where navigable waters give use to water freights that compete with and serve to diminiBu the freight rates by The price at such points ess the ccst of getting the rain from the different places of pro and fixes the prices at the latter Whatever deviation or dilTar inceb from these may exist are of tern orary duration and are brought about y secret rebates which concern and ben tflt the dealer far more thtfi the The dealers in gram at the Missouri river towns buy to sell and ship sgainto Bt Memphis and other joints equally accessible to the Kansas shipper and upon precisely the same rates lljred to the if this were different and these men had to pay the local rates to the river in ad iltion to the rates to eastern points be they would uffer a disadvantage is compared the Karma shipper of ten aud onehalf cents on corn and ten cents on This would effectually close out every grain broker upon the the line of the Missouri they are placed by which will be hereafter upon a con dition of equality as to rates with ship pers from all parts of But with this they are not and ppeared before this board to advocate the granting of other advantages to them under the guise of reducing a local rate that was not in use and bad been wholly suspended by a system of through which last had discounted the local rates to the Missouri river out of and which induced President in his address to the board after the evidence was to remark that he saw nothing for the farmer in nil lets see how this would leave the Kansas Under the pres ent arrangement of rates the farm ers on the Missouri river pay twenty cents per hundred pounds to get their corn to and the Kansas farmer living 200 miles west of the Missouri river pay twenty three and onehalf cents to St The former pays fit teen cents and the latter eighten and lalfor in other the Kansas rarmers livine 200 milos and upwards west of the Missouri river Is only three and one half cents further from market than the farmer living upon the Missouri river This is now the extent of the dis advantage the farmer who 2oO miles west of the Missouri siver suffers com pared with living on and near to that that Jones and the other rSu I paper of the day wasthe report of a special committee on Psvcholozical speclal committee on Psychological and Pedagogical which was presented by Brown of 111 the chairman of the United com missioner of read another paper on the same subject Professor Charles De Oarmo of read a report on a special hquiry on the re lation of instruction to will Maxwell of Brook presented a paper on Exam inations as Tests for Department work was taken up in the seven different sections meet Ing in various The evening waa in charge of the The first paper of the even ing was The Moral Value of Art Educa by Miss Ada JLaughlln ot The committee on nominations of the association will report tomorrow for president Tenn present secretary of the associa tion Coot of New for Greenwood of Kansas Mies Frances Welliard of read the closing paper of the even ing on The White Cross Movement in Secretary Arthur a Morelend was taken A committee of appointed to try the They reported that the preponderance of evidence against the defendants and aa they had failed to appear they were found guilty of con tumacy as Arthur Moreland was then unanimously expelled from the order of Elks forever by a unanimous New York lodge 1 was ex polled from membership and its charter This result waa greeted with demonstrations of At the evening session ef the grand lodge the following officers were elected Exalted Grand Quin Esteemed Leading Knight Emil Esteemed Loyal Grand Cin Grand Grand Cleve A Daughter NEW July daughter of a noted physician of this city was ad mitted to the Pasteur institute yesterday for She was bitten on the right hand some time ago by a pet Doctor Gibier gave her an inoculation Tne Cincinnati who has been under treatment at the institute for the past three was discharged yesterday in good The Danish bound thit was brought to the Institute last Thursday by the man whom it bad is being watcbf d by a veterinary surgeon of this The dog is sick has sn far developed no signfc of hydro Hewum Jfewa July The chief topic of conversation as is the original package Several ore seeming to flourish Alt the now under treatment are doing a Bane nan Declared July rather aston ishing disclosure was made in couit this morning when RuBsmlller presented the petition of Perclval asking to have the decree declaring him a lunatic set aside on the ground that he had not been aware of the He alleged that he was entirely sane and had not known ot the decree until he was refused payment of his pension on that Boyer Is deaf and can only be communicated with in although he can speak and mske himself A rule was granted to show cause why the pro ceedings should not be set PoYerty DroTe Her to Deiert Her NEW July well dressed i respectable looking young woman had just placed a mysterious package on the steps of the store at 258 Fourth ave when a policeman followed and ar rested The package contained a live baby about twelve days At the Thirteenth precinct station the young woman said she Was Jane the mother of the Bile said the father FIFTYFIVE Frightful DlqftBter at the La tagr of a JTo w Over One Hundred Fifty on Beard the With he AuUMno oC Orawdi on Mot Mora 1 baa TwoOrhlrdu 9t the Mamber aft Vlnjrflra Bodln ud OltnM WtU rnm jKpu Other SAN July The Qaelio arrived today bringing mail from Japan to the effect that at fifty people were drowned June during the launching of a Bailing The occasion excited consider able interest and about 390 people crowded on board the The became apprehen sive and ordered 100 of them When the launch commenced it wag ebb tide and aa the ropes securing her were too abort the vestel The people on board immediately rushed to the other which had the effect ot turning the vessel completely over and those on board were precipitated into the A terrible scene Those on tbore rendered every assistance but efforts were generally Fiftyfive bodies have been four persona are etill About fiftynine persons were mare or less in The vessel was found to have had her bottom badly PAID TUB ry Hanged at tar the Murder of WUev LITTLE July special to the roicKo from says John Btaasberry was hanged here today murdering his wife In the Indian country last The condemned man displayed remarkable nerve He slept well laat night ate a hearty after which he smoked a cigar and then made hia toilet with care but declined the of fered saying he preferred to die with his boots He told Jailor Pa Uoder the should succeed in bringing Kout the reduction in rates east of the river this would bathe situation The farmer upon the Missouri would pay to eet his corn to Chicago thirteen and one aalf cents per the Kansasfarm er in the region of Hutcbinson would n iv twentythree and one half cents to his corn to Bt Louis and the Missouri river farmer would have to1 ght and onehalf cents and the 200 miles west would have to pay eigh aen and The total cost of transportation would ot be changed but toe relative situation of the Kansas farmer compared with who live nearer the market would De very materially The difference in cost of transporta of corn for the eastern markets charged to Reno county farmers and the farmers upon the Missouri river is now three and onehalf Under the here at but people are wax ing warmer and more in earnest and ad vocates of temperance are The womearose in their might at the Metho dist church last Saturday evening and made some speeches and passed some which show that they feel very strongly on the The say that rain is very much needed and croak about curled up but to the eyes of ordinary visual powers the corn locks fresh and bright and as though a few days more of dry weather would do it no The farmers are employing so many hands that the railings whioh used to be the resort of idlers ani all By the some tramps were caught steal ing soap here the other Verily it is the unexpected that always Advancing July At the meeting of the board of managers of the Interstate Commerce Rill way Association today it was unanimously resol fed that the rate on cattle from southwestern Missouri points was too low and should be ad The present rate is seventeen cents per hundred having been reduced to that point several months ago by the Chicago and Alton fromthe for mer basis of twenty seven Adoo ument was drawn up to be submitted to the Alton and other roads in the associa tion requesting their signatures to the resolution to advance the cattle rates to such figures as may hereafter be agreed It waa decided also to call a meeting of managers for next Tuesday to consider the question of advancing ether east bound rates from the Missouri bad deserted shB was pennl leas and fiiendlesB she left the baby where she thought it would be soon found and cared Mother and child were locked up in a t that he WBB reedy at any time it aultedO the convenience of hia L He declined any religiousexf the saying it would He refused make any ot anyone except that he was At oclock he was l gallows and in seven mlnn time he left the jail the d neck waa broken and he 6 The father and f woman he murdered wi makes seventy four meny hangedhw Contractor Button cut one man on the arm witU a The Street on a t July A special to the Sentinel from West Superior re ports a serious riotous demonstration by btrefct About 200 of the strikers appeared in the main streets this morning and pro ceeded to the work ef Twelfth where about forty men wera The strikers rushed upon them and a fight man on the strikers chased Button to his house three beating him with The Louisiana Lottery BATON Tonight the lottery question and the governors veto were Bubaiitted to the judiciary committee of the senate with instructions to report in an The committee by a vote of 8 to made a report which was adopted by the thus disposing of the whole The report is to the effect that the veto of the lottery bill of the governor was unconstitutional and provides for the return of the veto to the house of July injunction suit against an original pack age agent under the nuisance act was decided tonight by Judge Thomp A temporary injunction waa granted restraining defendant from Belling con trary to law and from allowing drinking on the pending the action of abatement Defendant at once resumed Senator Mohler appeared for the defendant County Attorney Blair and Sheriff Quincey wereioJay served with notice at The great western ft sweepstake for all ages the event of the day at Washington Patk to oioposed arrangement the difference Of application for restraining orders in would be ten This would pus the Kansas farmer six and onehalf cents per 100 hundred pounds farther fronB market compared with his more eastern Jlow this would help the Kansas farmer was not The Kansas City grain brokers bad no diffi culty in showing us how it would help The petition is therefore de At the close of their decision the board we shall embrace the opportunity the federal court to terrain the officers from furtherlnterferenftB with the This hearing ia set for Die Colored July national con of colored Catholics met here At the morning session the re port of the committee on credentials and permanent organization were presented od Archbishop Elder then the He said that he addressed not as a but aa I niembera flftJje the a large amount of freight carried upon lth afternoon BSlr this tariff that effeoto the peop2e read lengthy sas directly and a liberal reduction ofit Bolton said that he regretted which this petition presents to gl to a purpose which we have to or some time been viz To bring out a a reduction of the rates upon the local distance benefit upon all the people of the The operation of this tariff haa been very materially restricted from time to time in the interest of a number of cities within the state by former order or the It was foreseen at the time that people in were July killing last night Staffor for disturbng the by Marshal bond and took ca whereupon which resulted i minutes suited in the v Stsfforrf the Senator Hearsts Almont won Los Mary and Woodcraft The winners of the other Miss Oklahoma Brandolett lUte Jal heavy ram accompanied by a strong wind thla county last night The rain hollar and tower of the salt fcaft and did 001 Southern Illinois still contti less rain falls in few Thff crops will be entirely ruS fields are now dried up bjtfi ot the Dally Neva awl the Oofital Yjf arrested today to criminal Hbelfi r against publishing artioli Remember the itmrted j and will At Eay One Change of WM   

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