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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 11, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Best Advertising Medial Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best HUTCHINSON The Large THE NEWS is Read by m6re than any otherKansas f COINAGE OF The Oonforauoe Oumpromlao Agreed to in the Every Reason to Believe that the Measure mil Speedily a FRIDAY JULY Omnonrati Obitruot LeflilatlAu the Buy Paieee WlthA out Any ItadnltB DipMtmcnt Taking to Innra tho AdmlMlon of American Cattle Into and Vloulp Gath ered About the July The sonata re turned consideration of the conference report on the silver bill and Morgan tpoke against it Morgan spoke for three hours and present when his name had been Cannon replied that that made no The rule could be evaded by a man stepping out of the hall a second before his name was called and stepping back a second after it had been The rule amounted to Ever since the day before yesterday the Re publicans had been trying to do the bus iness of the His colleague Payson had been ready to proceed with the lanu forfeiture It was obvious the Democrats did not want to They did not want the diplomatic and appeal to senators the senator from closed wuh an not to allow Ohio Sherman to thrust his stllletto again into He was followed by who alto argued against the conference Plumb said that in the particulars which he regarded ai essential the bill was comparatively sup posing always that a compromise had to He He had been surprised to tind that in regard to the free coin age of the senate had been more advanced than the free coinage was of an ad he because It took the money supply of the country from the suggestion or control of anybody leaving only to the operation of natural The confer ence bill would give to the country as much money during the next year as the free coinage of silver would bill is a long step in the right a much longer step than was the act of 1818 in reference to the conditions then pre A longer step because of the increased amount of treasury notes that will be issued under Once out these notes will stay out and will strengthen the whole fabric of vidual and governmental They will be as popular as the greenbacks were and will be just as permanently a part of the If this bill be comes a law my own belief is that so easily and nicely will it so helpful will It be to all the people of the United so wisely will It commend itself to the good judgment of the people that the next step will be free coinage and a abort taken with the practical concurrence of the American t anall vote for the conference bill consular bill to be Now to his own side of the It was evident that for the rest of the session as in the it legislation was M be the Republl can representatives must be in their places and must do the Re publican There were more important bills to be such ss the original package and bankruptcy There were sitting wrongfully in the bouse members who were not enti tled to sit and the Republicans owed It to themselves to seat the men who were entitled to the seats in spite of all the common scolds anywhere in the United of Tennessee said that regretting immensely that glad it it no no If the house of representatives had come up to the standard set by the we ieould have in my a better bill than this We should have freed the subject from the neces sity of future Failing to get the concurrence of the other sit ting under the shadow of an executive veto that has been freely threatened no doubt without authority we shall get out of this whole controversy more than we shall have ever gained since the day of the greenback to the financial vell being of the We shall get that which will present serious financial disturbance lp the coming It is 3fty per better than any I expected to get when I learned the result in the house of It it a fair I mean to say as a it is fair to the great inter eat of the countries which are dependent upon the character and volume of the After further debate the vote taken and the conference report was agreed to yeas nays as follows JngilV the from Cannon bed laid the Democrats did not want O consider the diplomatic and consular ap propriation That bill appropriated 156 per cent more than the current low yet the gentlemen having it in charge at tempted to push it through after fifteen minutes Against tbat the Dem ocrats had The Republicans bad twenty majority and the gentlemen had Riven out a hint that it would be Why should the Republicans complain of the Democratic when they bad the responsibility attending a large majority which they had made by questionable If they wanted to do business let them bring their mem bers back from from electioneer ing and from summer resorts and they would not put their speaker and their clerks to tbe necessity of keeping a con stant vigil to see who was present and not Grosvenorof said that when the Democratic party obstructed tbe leg ielatlon of the he did not com nor did he wonder at the present exhibition of obstructive tactics made by the Democrats of the The school in which the Democratic party had been trained was a school ot It was totally incompetent to be a leader of public to project any new ideas of policy or to carry into actual ex ecution any affirmative policy it might advocate before the While tbe country had been going forward with rapid the Democratic party had stood holding on to the cat tails of Send for the Re publican members if something was needed Do not depend on the Democratic for it is Incapable politically and in every way of doing anything but hold The people had demanded of the present house pen sion The Republicans had given it to They bad asked for a ervision of the tariff and the Republicans had revised it to the satisfaction of the American people and to the disgust of the Democratic party and the manufact urers of The people had asked for a silver bill and the Republicans were about to give it to them without the help of the Democratic The people had asked for a federal election The Republicans had passed one and the highest evidence tbat they had done right was tbe wailing of who mourns for her children and will not be comforted because they would not be In the Republican a Grosvenor then proceed to criticise the Democrats for their obstructive Let them be he Let them abuse their constitutional priv ilege to order roll calls but let it be un derstood that the American people know what they were doing and wby they were doing The American people would decide between the Republican party and tue Democratic party and with their verdicts be would be entirely con The was then approved Salvador and arising out of the recent change in government of the former It being thought ad visable to have some American war ves July Nortlneisttrn Mttltr saysi There thirteen mills which ground Sour last but they were mostly of the smaller or medium the aggregate output fell somewhat below tbat of the preced ing The total production was 73 800 against barrels the week before and for corre sponding time in 1889 and barrels in Under the stimulus ot a stronger flour market there is an Increased desire manifested to get more of the mills in The flour market is very though the higher prices asked on account of the advance in wheat has lessened the de mand for There has been a very good export demand for bakers during the past week and this grade has been sold ahead by some firms for future de livery as far as The domestic market is taking a fair amount of pat THE Third Days Session of the Nation al The Day Derated to tbe Election of ORlcerg and the Reaflinp of Treating With the July Cherokee commission bad a conference with the Ohnyennes and Apaches this morning and submitted a proposition to This proposition gives to Indian 100 acres of grazing or 80 acres of agricultural continues the present stipulations by which clothing and rations were furnished for seven pays them cash and to their credit drawing 4 per inter There is a much better feeling among tbe Indians than tbare was a few days ago and the commlsrion now believe they will be able to bring the Indians to Tomorrow the Indians will sub mit their proposition to the commission Gonferalon oi a Train July special tithe BtfwNic from says alias sentence of death at for tbe killing of Bherlfl Cramer of Cooper f eased on Tuesday last that he Was im plicated in the Kansas and Texas train robbery at Prior when was secured and that he helped rob the WellsFargo express of a few days One of his accomplice waa who served two months in the Sedalia They alone robbed the Kansas and Texas but had accomplices in the To show that he was telling the Furhngton gave incidents which corroborated his statements in every The KnlgbU of July supreme lodge Knights of Pythias elected officers George Shaw of Kau wan chosen supremo chancellor and Blackwell supreme vicechancel Supreme Eli Blackman of Han supreme master of Willey of supreme keeper ot records and a White of supreme master of of San Francisco grand secretary of en dowment Kennedy of Chi cago supreme Inner Bartwell of supreme outer Thompson of Wash An Arentolanop Ireland ot on State Mill Purlin I union Between Vbmn Offloan Elected for the Knanlne Other Mnttera of Jntmreet to July third days session of the National Educational As sociation was called to order another Immense crowd being The first subject ot the morning was Compulsory Laws and Their Enforce Archbishop Ireland of Paul read the first paper on the The State School and the Parish Union Between Them Possible Oscar state superintendent school of read the next paper on the same general Oooper holds that compulsory education laws contra venes the fundamental idea which is dominating the develppmentof American A minimum law thor oughly enforced a maximum ot free Kather than compulsory laws he favored better The main topic at the evening session was The Place and Function of the Agricultural Papers were read by Keihl of Minnesota and Lewis McLeanthof South James Hughs of de livered an address on training of exec utive President Bterns of read a paper on the cor relation of subjects taught in elementary This afternoon United States Commis sioner of Education Harris delivered an address to the normal department on the difference between normal school and high school Tresldent Taylor of followed with a paper on Recita tion or Qyttaaw of Marking to Show the Pupils The art department elected MraiHanna Johnson darter ot New York president for the coming Miss Lillian Ja coby of vicepresident and Collins of Denver Meadows ot as chairman of the committee read to the Industrial educational and manual training depart ment the report on nomenclature anc clarification which was followed but for the sake of its people and for ts own sake it should permit and facili tate the action of the church but it hin ders this Let the stale look in n The mind which it polithet is twoedge Au instrument for an instrument for It were fatal to olish it without the assurance that in all Ikelihood It shall be an instrument or You say that tbe state school teaches but morals without religious principles do apt Secularists and unbelievers will interpose their I do not impose my religion on them nor should they Impose tnelr religion of sec ularism on there are differ ences among and Catholics would not inflict their belief upon non nor Protestantism be inflicted upon Catholic Some compromise becomes Taxa tion without representation is and while the minority pays school taxes their belief should be As a solution of the difficulty I would perme ate the regular state school with the re ligion of the majority oi children of the be it as Protestant aa can and I would do as they do in for the secular instruction given in de nominational schools according to That each pupil passing the examina tion before tbe state officials and in full accordance with the state program would extend to his school the cost of the teach ing a pupil In the state Another I would do SB and Catholics in Poughkeepsle and ether places in our own country have agreed to to the great satisfaction of all con cerned and the great advancement of educational In Poughkeepsie tbe city school board rents the buildings formerly used as parish schools and from the hour of 9 to that of 8 tbe school is in every particular a state no religious Instructions coming between the hours named and the school being in charge of the city school In con clusion I protest against the change that the schools of the nation have their ene mies among The Catholics are loyal to the country and demand the Christian state the woman Faithless with harboring tho While he was in the haute young Fulton drove up in a wagon and asked where Qrover could be G rover Jiadea jump Ful ton who sprang into his wagon and drove Hrst Grover was spending the day at Aabury Park with tome Fulton drove to Long Branch and waited at the ttetion until the train on which Grover was going home had He told her of her husbands wrath and then sent her tn a small hotel on where she stayed The next day all Qrover and Fulton Grover left her 0yearold daughter at tbe hotel In Long where she was found by her Neither Qrover nor Fulton has been seen Fulton has broken up her home and has gone to Long Postmaster Qriscom is investigating Fultons but so far he Has found nothing Qrover and Fulton are said to be in Phil Grovera maiden name was Her parents live in Colum where they are well Both Qrover and Fulton have begun actions for A FRACiS N Four Herroee Killed and Sljc Cllht Whltei July special to the American from sajs A fataliraeeriot occurred at Starrs Mill in Fayette at 8 Four negroes were killed and six two of whom are reported dy CROP July Report of the Department of The Winter Wheat Crop all bat the More Latitudes General Show a glltht Decline Over ThoMof but AStuurp Ad ID MM Averao Corn IK Good Condition bk te MM Aw ef DaleOther July The July wheat report of the department of agri culture the cropi harvested la all but its more northern II thowi tome advance in condition where It was lower than June in Illinois and and decline in the Pacific coast and In the southern The general average is against last month and the redaction it mostly in the non commercial the com mercial supply states taken together making nearly the same average as in The spring wheat average baa ad vanced froai to The averages of the principal states are as follows Wisconsin Minnesota Bight whites were but It Is Nebraska the thought only one of them making Colorado Washington Taken to eighteen in all killed and Pete getter the Mid is reported dangerously BCBTSELL WILL MOT Bnuiom of an Impending Change In the Bnot I south are very Indicating A darky aelllng wine on the occasion J scarcely more than halt of av In became involved in a war of words with I Missouri and a white man about the purchase ot some Kansas the least injured fields mantettiy ttuwuv but imivutMia euiuv j wine which resulted in the negro getting improved during the last montii and NEW In ecclesiasti cal circles of the Roman Catholic church yesterday there wai practically strict si lence as to the censuring ol Burtsell slightiyTul From Promise better results in the threshing ganand was taken up by others till while theibedlv winter Griffin became involved with wbohada but who did a use AnSerira another neranoed In all Someicoun told him If he would not shoot in Kaosat claim sixteen bushels and damn Scoundrel to give him some twenty bushels per acre and re and he would shoot ports the belt oroft ever grown in qual uo nuutu i r j j Wok the gun and emptied its while others admit damage chest and He and shot throueh the neck I Tbe condition of corn averages 8The shoot It is the lowest in the extern part of the the Epiphany by Jnsfew The by a general BlBhop July following is an abstract of Archbishop Irelands ad dress delivered early in tbe morning in the educational convention I will be permitted MS make at once my profession of I declare most unbounded loyalty to my I de sire no I claim no rights that are not in consonance with its letters and its The right which the constitu tion allows I do claim and in doing so I am but the truer and more loyal Amer Tar Yoorii The following pain were announced Chandler and Hearst and Stan and Morrlll Mor Paddock and Teller and of Iowa and of THEHOUSED 1 July Bnloe moved that the journal be He said that the record showed that the speaker had counted him as but not when in he was not at Illinois and Wll 103 The conference report on the diplo Imatlcand consular appropriation bills 1 waa days Funston of Kansas submitted and the house passed the conference report on tbe agricultural appropriation The house then went into committee of the Peters of Kansas In the on the land grant forfeiture Pending discussion the committee rose and the house Cattle July depart ment of at the suggestion of Sec retary has effected an arrange ment throughMinlster Lincoln for the ap pointment of three veterinary Inspector8j for the purpose of inspecting all Ameri can cattle landed in Great One will be stationed at one at London one at They will sail for Europe at The secretary He says parish all schools state he but upholds would the have Tbe South Dakota July independ ent convention adjourned after putting a ticket In the presi was nominated for governor and Vanosdel of Yankton for lieutenant The combination in favor of Hardln for congress failed to and Fred Zipp of Deadwood was Leavitt of Lincoln county carried off the congressional Frank Rob erts of Mill Bank was named for treas Lowe of Bijou for Henry Hanson of Harvard was nomi nated for secretary of and Cosand of Gettysburg for attorney gen liams ot Illinois then rose to correct the but the speaker pro tern Burrows of Michigan recognized of who moved the approval of the journal and on that de manded the previous question Flthiana protestations the previous question was put and the yeas and nays The previous question was 104 The speaker counting a quorum Adams of voted in the negative with the In the debate which Flthiau of that the jour nal was incorrect in that it recorded him M present and not voting on a certain roll call He further stated that early this morning he had been recognized by the speaker to ask that the journal ba He had been taken 4ff the HoorpMtthe gentleman from Ar had He bad been present atjbe beginning of the roll he bad left before The worst part of that when this error was pointed his colleague Cannon tOQRht to suppiew tbe truth and publish a lie by ordering the previoui of said that his illeague Fitiian had admitted not ben said today that the restriction of the British government upon the importation of beef cattle from this upon be plea of the continued existence of contagious cattle disease in the United were unjustifiable and had lasted He now pro o the satisfaction of the ties tbat no disease existed in this coun try to warrant these If in spite ot this some other cause must be assigned for un July trial of three men and one woman who are accused of taking part in plottings of anarchists be gan here Evidence was sub mitted and it was shown that the prison ers were connected with anarchy in London and The woman made a confession revealing plans of the Out Rate to KANSAS July tbe Louis roads today announced a rate to Louis and such a rate having been authorized by Chairman Goddard of the Western States Passen publican Senators In July Bepubll can senators were in caucus for three kours tonight discussing the order of The outcome was a decision to conclude the consideration ot the pend ing shipping bill and then to take up the sundry civil appropriation There waa a prolonged debate respecting the place to be assigned to the tariff bill and the river and harbor as well as the expediency of considering the national election bill this but no decision was aa it was believed that be fore the above referred to and tbe shipping and sundry civil bills are disposed the Democratic policy will be sufficiently revealed the Re publicans in formulating measures at a subsequent caucus to meet the necessi ties of tbe Trouble ll July children must be imparted instruction In no mean that the many may learn tor himself and earn an honest compe tence and acquit himself of the duties which society exacts from him for its own prosperity and The imparting of this instruction is primarily the function ot the childs The state inter venes whenever the family cannot or wil not do the work which is I un reservedly favor the state laws making instruction Instruction is so much needed by each citizen for his own sake and for that of society that thi father who neglects to provide for hii childs Instruction sins against the chili and against society and it behooves the state to punish Ot course nrs principles must not be forgotten and instruction is primarily the function of the The parent enjoys the right to educate his child in a manner suitable to provided that the education given in this manner suffices for the ulterior duties of the child toward himself and The compulsory laws recently enacted in certain states of the Union are to my judgment objection able in a few other incidental I am will be readily altered in approaching legislative ses With the body of the laws and their general intent in hastening amongst us universal I am in most hearty The seculiar instruction priest himself would I not talk of his Archbishop nor would Preston b seen on the That ot the Archbishops visit to e the ordering of Burtsell I parish In which he is beloved bscure parish in the state was long since tie conclusion of his It would ppear that before he left the Eternal desired him to betake himself to the obscure parish of Rond but BurtteU declined to ba and it is believed DOW by those rho know him best that he will not by the decision of the Propaganda Burtaell is one of the most learned priests in the United States and a high minority on canon and several clergymen who are among his friends declared to a reporter that they believed here would yet be a terribly bitter n which the now condemned priest would not be easily liurtaell is of independent means and can afford to wage a heavier battle than The archbishop willreturn In August to his but It Is ramored that he will not long remain at its Although Rome may uphold him in a struggle with any of his yet according to well informed clerics tho Holy Bee does not desire the arising of scandals at such this Md probably in the very near future provide for Corrlgan Another eminent member of the hier Bishop la already being mentioned as his probable OFerrall was formerly pastor of in Barclay After made of merchant for southern states generally report about He refused There has been a decline In the ae reiuseu oats which has fallen from f to It baa been the heaviest U There were over 600 people I cotton and it quite severe in f rye last Barley baa advanced from to NEW tied thajLgal 114 fighter of will e for England shortly to meet George who recently conquered Nunc Wallace In the Pelican Cal is only too anxious to take the trip and have another chance at the little colored He called at the Police Oazette yesterday and de clared that he was ready and willing to accept the offer made by tbe Tbe offer of a purse it what caught the eye ot the clever little Whenever he makes a match ha always looks far ahead to get the best of a Upon learning from McCarthy that he waa satisfied with the offer and would accept William Harding immediately cabled to George Atkinson to ascertain whether the and It ptoa In the Home of In the the Pelican clubs offer was a so to send tbe for late hour last no reply was re late period of the ment Sal decided the standing order i ponement of the from one session MI decided to drop the bill and tithes bill but to rein next session which I In conclusion Mh j before the house i past the bill p the Heligoland to I taxation the t housing pf the census Sir William Vf hoped the go1 house ment in N ger The rate was demanded by the Missouri Pacific as a protection against the round trip rate now in effect between this city and A Prleat SAS July Father Peter for the pastor of the church of Our Holy Queen of the has received a cablegram from Rome announcing that he has been ap pointed bishop of July Kendall president of the Cornell univer was married yesterday to lUty widow of the late the well known book pub Usher of New SpaldlnK All July Beuler reached here yesterday and states that he met Clerk ot Court who was reported to have been killed by In dlani and that Bpalding was on his way Wealber July fall 8 Kansas Fair has been received at the navy temperature shifting ment that trouble is imminent between I to in the state school is our pride and our and I regret that there is a neces sity for the existence of the parish school The spirit of the parish if not the school is widespread among American and is made mani fest by their determined opposition to the exclusion ot scripture reading and other devotional exercises from tbe school There is dissatisfaction with the state school as at present organ The state it is tends to tbe elimination of religion from the minds and hearts of the This is my grievance against the state schools of I am a of to the tiniest fibre of my unflinching and uncomDromlsing in my but God ferbia that I desire to see in Amer the ground which protestation oc exposed to the chilling and de vastating blast of Let me bi your ally in storming the swelling tldi of the death knell of Chris tianity oa the part ot Christian the fatal foe of souls and country state school is It ig nores There and there can be no positive religious teaching where the principle of non sectarian ism It follows then tba the child will grow up in the belief tbat religion it of minor importance and re ligious indifference will be the creec The great mast of children receive n fireside lesions and attend no Sunda and the great mast ot the obi dren of America are growing up withou The state need not teach rellr BMcCarthy will with to gi DESTROYED BT Foxt Do France Based by Low of Poat OF July o the destruction of the town of Fort De Prance on the 2nd in the French eland of have just been re The file started In tbe middle t the Rue Blanc and raged with ntense fury for about twelve Dynamite was freely used In lowing up large buildings In the path of tbe fire in hopes of arresting its rapid Large blocks were blown up rhich In falling killed some and wounded many At midnight the fire had onsumed everything between the Rue u Fos and the over ninety he cause of the fire is attributed by some o and by others to a Dutch The loss is very being valued at and valusd at over laving been The number of tersons killed and burned cannot be eg Aa yet twelve bodies have been ecovered and many are seriously and atally Fully threefourths of the town U take tbe give the Englishmen a chance to see clever sparring by two j He said yesterday that there was only one fault In tbe and tbat was that akin gloves could not be Tom Collins and Jack McMasWrs Will accompany It is that a prominent sporting man will send to back McCarthy against It should be a great and it la more than likely that quite a few Americana will be at the The Olatml Acalnrt July The healing on the application of the Man hattan company of New York and the Bigelow Manufacturlogcompany of Mew Haven to throw Albert the pos tal card into bankruptcy came up before Judge Tomlinton Tbe claim ot the Manhattan company amounts to about and that or the Bigelow company to The former claim Is now in dispute and the defence today argued tbat an action for Insolv ency cannot he until this is The decision was It was said that George pro prietor of the National Tribune of Wash is furnishing Daggett tbe re quisite capital to carry on bin Since the factory started under the new arrangements between Daggett and Wil BAN AWAY WITA A afABIBU A Ktapea With a Soul July resi dents of Ocean a little hamlet on the bank otthe Shrewsbury near the new racetrack of the Monmoutb Park excitedly discuss ing the detoals of a scandal which jroken up two John a good looking young man who baa been tos some years the confidential clerk of the poet master Of the disappeared and the wife of Albert the proprietor of a U also Grover It a handsome blonde who has been mar ried about eight wh6 has a young hat paying attention to Grover for several Qrover refuted to believe the against hit but finally decided to Investigate the He ascer tained that Grover met young Fulton at the house of a womanonlva short distance from hit He called at the house and charged kinson Brothers Ss paper furnished ii away above the government The factory hot been running night and day for a By July A severe storm set in this vicinity Tuesday night with almost constant The wind increased until it was a cyclone aiJ trees were torn down and lumber scattered like to much The storm was greater north and east of this place In the where hay and small buildings were torn niencef CiuJ proa tot the who rell will BAT hour last sage from i tery bill with the committee wh After ton antis a resolutfa of 91 to 27 to i refusing to com and denying hit rig national Kdne J al Educational following ofofti Pretftdant At resi denceof Hiram Stan ton was struck by lightning and The tour in were knocked Insensible and barely escaped cremation by the timely arrival ot Tbe damage to the corn crop and timber was very at July winners at Washington Park today were Relnfox Joe at ih   

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