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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 12, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                i V Best Advertising Medium Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best HUTCHINSON The Largest Circulation 7 THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas SATURDAY JULY WASHING Yesterdays Proceedings in Both Branches of A Tote Will bn Taken on the Compro mise Stiver Bill ID the Bonne fltrlotlr the Re imbllromi While the Dem oenta OppuM Final Private Penilon ClHlma fn on Account at no oriBipartance TranucUtU in the July Conger of Cowa presented the conference report on the silver After It had been read the queition of aonslderatlon wss raised by Bland of The question was Will the home proceed to the consideration ot the con ference report and resulted yea nays The speaker being unable to record a a cull of the house was then On the call fourteen members inure than a quorum reiponded to their It was then agreed on ho suggestion of Blount of Georgia that four hours debate should be allowed tomorrow on the silver conference re port at the end of which time the previ ous queition should be considered as or The house then took a the session to be for the consldera tloa of private pension The consideration of the silver conf er enue report was che Kapublicaog voting In the affirmative and the Uemo In the The only excep tion was Itogera of before the announcement of the changed hit vole tram cne negative to toe affirmative iu order to move a reconsider but tats motion WM mude useless by the absence of a Tfaa house met at 8 oclock on the first pennon bill that was called En toe of Tennessee made the point of no and the home THE Juljr proceeded to the consideration of the shipping bills and was addressed by The bills went without after an unsuccessful effort by to have an agreement w ofra upon them After a brief execu tive session the senate br the July president today approved the judicial and executive appropriation the act to provide an associate justice at he supreme court of the territory ol Mew and the act to provide for the disposal ot certain abandoned mill reservations In WlUi the July Cher commissioners held another confer ince with the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians this and the princlpa chiefs of both tribes who ate favorable to the proposal made the sub stance ol which was the same in ever The demand 160 acres o land for every member of their tribes women and and pei acre for the surplus amounting ti about three million The talk luted for two After the friendly Indians Whirl wind tried to speak In op position to the but Cloud Chief imitating the politic tactics of bis whit moved an adjourn ment wbld was canted amidst great To morrow morning the commissioners wil reply to the demand of the Tb outlook for favorable adjustment considered though severe days will probably elapse before a treat Is finally President liariliou on Vne July Journal pub a telegram under date ot Carlisle giving the text of a letter written b President Harrison in response to an In vltation to attend the National Granger The president says in par The tariff question which is now befor the people the most important qaes Uon of the day and the people should b thoroughly on Ther is not a doubt but that the farmln element ot this country is the backbon of tits government or any other free gov It is necessary that the understand this question so tha they cat choose between free trade ant one would be runious to th government and the other would be pros perlty to the This fre trade question is a dangerous one handle and if It should win in 1893 would cause great distress the something never experience by the American of their duty and holding uperlmendeut Ung responsible for the Superintendent l very In ignant over the verdict and saysit Is the ewilt of spite Mine Inspector elghley said that as he understands the aw it was his duty to prosecute Superin indent and it he Is right In his Pinion will do so without he verdict was generally satisfactory to he Tbe National board f directors met this afternoon to con dar the matter of tha next place of Invitations were received from oronto and Saratoga and an Informal ote resulted in twenty for Saratoga and fteen for The vote does not ecide the matter beyond it as referred to a committee of to onslder the proposition of the two cities nd decide keeping in mind the leterence of the During the afternoon the various de arlments met tor the last time this ut the speedy approach of the final ad nurnment showed its effect on the sizes f the rerf Taa kin ergarten department elected En ore Hartman of La presl Jones of Pennsylvania was ected president of the department on imentary The general topic f the high school as a finishing was con derad by the secondary educational de The college department considered ie question of college administration nd the matter of the raising of the andard of the colleges In here was no difference of opinion aa to ae necessity of the but none ould suggest a practical means of carry ng out the save through legis attoa and che possibility ol that was Committee reports were heard by the epartmant on industrial education and isnual Aaron Gove of sad a paper before the music depart advocating music as a regular part f the required school work and the lacing ot it on the same ground with rithmetio and all other The eat of the discussions before this depart ment were of a technical At the last session tonight Professor Baker of presented the ol the committee on hey favor morel training in the public schools recommending an investigation n the White Cross League ndoreing the Humane advocate lie teaching of the ethics of irove compulsory education to a limited commend United States Commis ioner Morgans plans for Indian echoo endorse land grants for colleges demand the repeal from all Import duties on A resolution highly complimenting Pretident Canfleld was carried withgrea The race problem was the subject to be evening and the first address was b l KAHSAB July special t the Star from Topekaiays It has bee 1 believed by many that in case coagrea the bill to remedy the origins package decision of the supreme court will necessary to resdopt the prohlbl Uon Judge wh Is at writes to the Capital dls agreeing such an fl Bays The prohibition law is held to b unconstitutional only because tutlon confers the Jurisdiction on congres in of Interstate commerce aa congress opens the way ou law will be on Its feet otrengthene and perpetuated by the nation as BUBey Blck and Gsnoot July Stanley is suffering a severe attack ot trltU and U oonttned to his It i feared that his marriage to Doroth which arranged to take ploc inWeimiuister Abbey wi have to postponed oil account of hi The Dwibar Mine jury InvBiUgatiug the Dunbw mine hoi rtturned verdict to day finding tha to their in th eoured here GMUt July esterday was Alliance day at Is The exercises consisted of a reat in which there were sev ral hundred on the principal treats at 11 preceded by the city After the parade they had a ounttful basket dinner in our beautiful ubllo In the afternoon from bout 3 oclock to about Judge the Aaniat and of Mo herson addressed about 500 Those who have read the judges paper r a number of years with a great deal pleasure and benefit were greatly dls ppointed In his for it fell far etow their The speech onslsted malnlrln telling how it used to e with wooden mould cradle nd of but ailed entirely to suggest or to point to a ay In fact the judges forte does ot seem to be speech If It Is effer the judge would better ay at home and not go speech e also addressed a small audience in the old opera house in the The farmers are all through harvesting good wheat crop and are beginning to The yield is better than wai er Corn is In fine but is in need t rain and prospects for rain are ood at A July rlginal package shop was opened hern esterday morning by an agent purport ngto represent some wholesale liquor The citizens Immediate y held a resulting in the arrest I the agent who spent last night in his morning he agreed to leave town it he citizens would pay the freight on his cods back to Kansas This they A vigilance committee are now in waiting for the next fellow who attempts o sell original by luiei judge of the Lo ana court of President C rice of Livingston N next delivered an address on Enuca ion and the President Price s n negro and an eloquent President Canfleld made a brief cloa Bg turning over the gavel to the new who epok for a moment and then the thirtyfourth annual convention of the national educa tonal association wasdeclaied adjourned Tha KolfhU of July Qao Garnaban did not intend to issue order to break camp till late this Knights began to take their departurea an early hour thit and durin the entire day continued pour into to and board the outgoing trains After dinner there were comparative few visitors In town outside the one entered in the prize The Pyth Ian supreme lodge has not yet got dow to busineu and this mornings sesito wss short and Itwillprob ably be near the end of next week befor an adjournment is The announcement of awards wa made this afternoon in Junean First Hastings divisiei percentage Second Erie N percentage Third Austin N percentage New Albany division N New Percentage Grand Rapids division N percentage Fort Dearcora division N percentage What It Original July of the city today gave decision on the question of the sale liquor In original Cas proprietor of a who was refused claimed be had been selllngslni July The evidence showed that a bo tie of ale and cork screw had been give to a and Attorney Judso claimed such sale was in the origin package and came within the recent d clslon of the supreme court of the Judge Kulsey held that in th case the original package was the bottl or barrel in which the bottles ot ale wer and fined Case aud cost An appeal was The Drought July heavy rai fell for about two hours this b ginning about It appeared to e tend for several miles and soaked tb soil It is the first ibower i importance that has fallen hereabou for nearly a month and was very time for the corn Farmers saythe cro mthls vicinity would have been a ftilur had the drought lasted a few day of Drought July stories about drought in Oklabom are True U has been dry hero an not much rain In certain localities a was but crops look well co sldering The story of pec pie deserting the country 1s Tbe KANSAS July WM an nounced by the press this morning th toe headquarters of the business depart ment ot the Alliance about to be moved from KOIUM ThU in erro ie are to be removed om but they will be located in anaas Manager Tyler vi the removal will occur as soon as offices having been already Vtw Unloadingat Jock M tba or tha A Stubborn Vlia BwoM of tha Vlollmi M Hnaraou Tha Sinking of Oond to Death by a Juy John 05 yean accompanied the ervant girl to milk the cow this when the cow lunged at her completely iisemboweling her It then turnec n the servant gored her in everal places snd it is thought she ie igh atally Bohllef Bled in al most an A neighbor hastened with a gun and killed the when th e ody of Schlief was Trouble With July peclal to the Pioneer Prcti says the flna outbreak predicted between hostile In diaoa at the Cheyenne wn Big Foot and the Indian oc curred at the agency Big Poot has demanded that his bands ra tions should bp received at his camp a Iherry creek instead of at the agency Incendiary at KANSAS July special to Star from Topeka says The livery stable of George seven horses six carriages and a large quantity of feet was burned early this All In dlcatlona go to prove that It was malic iousl set on This the barn burned is since June fully Hie Worlda Ootnmbliui July Baojami member of congress from was tonight elected secretary b the board of directors of the worlds Co umbian The election was o the third Bntterworth opposed by the Adlale Steven son of exfirst assistant postmas ter general To Contest July Demo orate pi the Sixteenth congressional dis trict today nominated John Warwick to oppose McKinley for the seat in Warwick a wealthy a dictator In several railway companies A FRIGHTFUL oiler Explosion on Board the Steamer at f Thirty Persons on Time Bat Two ISO Farsana InW the WaUT at ttaar Panotw Othar CmoAdOy July A frightful explo onocourred tonight on the steamer one of the largest steamers on the rest Thirtyeight people were board she at the When the work o rescuing hlch commenced almost as well under Only two persons ould be found who escaped To make matters fire broke out on ie wrecked vessel and huge volumes of ame and smoke Impeded the searchers or the dead and The bursting o he steamers bolltrs was the cause of e It was In the Chicago river at the foot f Washington street that the explosion This locality U in the heart of he business section ot and the shook of the explosion brought leople running in terror eut of the tall ulldings blocks Most of the vio lins were Chicagoan who were unloading the Only three t the Tiogas crew were reported n the The Are proved one and made it imposuible at ie time to verity the report that the tollers had A statement was urrent that the explosion was due to Bolter the occidental ilgtitlag of luge quantity of combustibles in the arrow confines of the Tiogas deep In the hold near the steamers stern ras where the ore held While the ire waa still in progress an Assaaiated reet reporter met the captain ot the 111 ated steamer on the forward The officer consented to stop long enough In his task of straightening Out the conf u IOQ prevailing to give astatement ol what he knew ot the Said he My name is I ar ived here last evening from Buffalo n command of the Tiago and we were unloading at this dock when the nploslon took place this I as n the freight ghed on dock when J heard a terrific and running out aw the north quarter of the vessel envel oped in All of the crew ot twen tyfive ware eithefjiboard at the time or were on the dock or in the freight bouse made a careful search and found tba all but three were accounted for and safe These all from were Sec ot as though they were descending a piling on top of each sbrlek ng for help and scrambling for means of for some minutes there WM a con used mass of woman and children truggling in the but the accident iad hardly happened before a dozen rave and men leaped to the ue without waiting to take off their Several and their wives ere thrown to aod Uie former struggled erolcally to save their loved eedlng in every instance as far Is An elderly man named Edward Foster nd hu daughter fell and Ibe ormer was saved juet in tha nick ot but was so frantic over the loei of U daughter that he could hardly be ragged waa persuaded that Is daughter was but the poor girl M a corpse when taken When all those In night had been roughs to land the work of grappling or the drowned oaei WM Within the two hours four bodies had jeen but up to midnight no ther victims bad been It is be evad tkat at least three or four others were but the exact number cannot told at Owing tothe eon usion it is impossibleto tell who are Divers are now searching under the water for further The names ot hose whose bodies have been recovered reatiss Peter a Crimean Miss Allle John Buady nd a colored A BLOODY FMttoaa In a frnM ond Engineer Levalley andTJhbkS Lookout O nd Besides the missing who to the there mint have been fron twelver to attestt other men killed and probably haUJjt dozen additional wound laborers in the hol who were doing the JSiga colored men are positively seated to huv been below and six or others wer at the hatches aiding their fellow stave doers to The explosion occurred In the not n the machinery o as near as I could ascertain an was probably due to some combustibl freight stored The captain was at this moment oalle away to the wrecked portion of the ves wounded man was being hauled out of the debris aa th flames permitted the firemen and poHc to close in around the literal black hoi in which the bodies ot the stevedoers still lay The unfortunates were a gang 1 charge of John Netle a white mai Among those supposed to be in the boll were Neile Osborn Henr John Tboniba Law and Alexander Up to nice dead bodies ha been taken from the wreck fir more woonded had bwn convey to tb fire was extinguished b the Inrunnlag of the river th Tlogis stern settled to the muddy bo torn of the The streiitt i and a heavy mine of Be la a native at July of Po lice Albert Webb shot himself through the head with suicidal causing from the effect of he will It bad been discovered that he bad forged the name of a friend to two notes amounting to Kolo at OHEAT July regu lar southeast rain set In this morning and has continued all thoroughly ing the This assures a large corn New wheat la being shipped and the yield and quality is better than was From Tfce July Thomas Beachan Henry Van Icjurled in last eights railroad ac cident near by which three women were instantly died about four alter the accident Tha Rapart July Ifoaiburfer Naehriditm denies the report that Prince Bismarck intends to request Emperor William not to erect the Bismarck mem orial during life Be OurMd tha July Gallagher waa hanged here this after noon for the murder of Louis Mar last Gallagher died cursing tha Wentbar July till 8 Kansas preceded by showers la southeast por tion westerly winds slightly Town BeBorfc te July A telegram ust by the Kttet from says A pitched battle Is In grogress there between two local both of hteh claim control ot the town govern They had aqr election in April and sacb side claimed the Both of the officialswere sworn in and the own has had two governments ever One led by an intelligent was called The Peoples and the other waa led by a Hebrew named Oaal nod called Hs publlcan Several fights have aken place ana it has been expected the rouble would culminate in the bloody which has taken place night for a purse of The battle lasted eight rounds and was with slugging confined to the third and last Both men were froggy at the end of the third It looked an even chance again In the but Wil son took Ward off his guard with a Ing tightbander on the jaw that settled the Vloaey Oomntr f OABDKN July Fighting has but both tdeshold their ground and It U impossi ble for any one to venture out to dis cover the number of dead and fhe telegraph operator there wives that te can count six dead bodies from bis Kck ett was killed this morning by the ex iloslon ot a gaa generator at lid East Bit two aged 18 and aged 31 were seriously The sons were re moved to the ftospiwl gad heir fathers ody to the They were mak ing soda water st thfl time of the ex The son Cheater died in the hospital later this The other son Is very alightly injured and will The father and his son were working together when the explosion There wu not a bruise on either of both died from the The widow and mother has four other She became in sane over the occurrence and cannot be Paraelti Adrloo to j uly Farnell In open ing bis closing speech la toe debate on very pleasant for the A cool east wind this morning hu a very feeling A fine shower occurred afew evenings when of ut inch of water Oops very flue health and stock doing remarkably We have every reason to feel graceful for such a favorable season in every The Tourth passeit oft very pleasantly except one unfortunate The weather WM very cool for the and the town was thronged with well dressed happy looking people from the It is indeed remarkable to notice what a looking crowd gathered lo enjoy the dayrthe the and how completely they gave themselves up to the Un fortunately In the evening ancldJiRd respected was passing along the street when he waa struck directly in the right eye by a fire ball from a roraan bunting the eye and completely destroying the Uathei than one accident of this it were better that alt the were cast into the river and totally Dunn of a younger brother of the furniture has been brought here dangerous ly ill with the Bis mother was sent for from and she arrived last night to nurse and care for him In this time of We all earnestly hope that he may soon be convalescent The writer fully endorses all that is said by the NKIVO about Profetsor Powell and his poker playing now muiquerading through the country as irrigating experts and scribbling un utterable nonsense through a ing At the convention held here last year the learned professor made a speech in which he thoroughly displayed his profund and total Ignorance of the needs of this After so many years bf picnics through the at such a fearful results has Pro fessor Powell to show for the public money hehaawasted The United States experimental farm station located at this place and managed by Professor Sswall of Is proving to be a most valuable teacher to all farmers who visit Seeds ot forage grasses and grains from all parts of the world have been sent here to be Most of them are from dry and arid regions and are planted in dry soils expressly to show what may be done hero without The Polish wheat has proved to be remarkably prom ising and the prediction Unmadethat forty t forty Bve bushels per acre will the regular yield of that variety In this soil without any Some of the grasses on this farm are remarkably beautiful and luxuriant in their DUNS WEEKLY Condition of Trade Throughout the United Despite tile Bet Weather the Volume of CoBtlaatt U be A BpMk on tfca VliiMelBl 4 OootfOrap of Better Frtaeaof Con and far tha htUw rall luxuriant Wheat li undoubtedly destined to be a never failing staple Half an ounce Minnesota Fife spring some of last yielded six and onefourth or more two hundred for This planted this Is not quite ready tor but shows up equally promising and In quality this variety cannot be surpassed by any other spring uly syimof the usual midsummer aggravated thta year by exceptionally hot the volume of business larger for the thanIn any previous and in all quartern high hopes eje stim ulated by excellent crop The Bank of England test In gold last the Banli of Germany and the Bank of Prance f in all In X ft it has been decided call over 000 In gold from this the first shipments being With scanty reserves here on whteh to begin the fall movement and money llgttt sit Boston and active at Philadelphia and in sharp demand in Chicago at S per on the prospect la lesaeleac U baa though rates are comparatively J rom many northwestern catles special reports show distinct improvement in trade because of crop whiah Paul calls the beat for yet prices of wheat have advanced one and one eighth cents sales of corn one and seveneighth cents on tales of and oats onehalf while Is unchanged with moderate Hogs and lard are higher with potatoes and but ol ie two Slow consumption ot sugar also but the general average ot has advanced fully 1 per The mote important ot nsSMtfacture show Wool are large at Boston but manufacturers do not buy At Philadelphia dullness relgna and western markets are still too high for the views ol moat man No chance is taen for Im provement In prices of and heavy are expected to keep down for the rest of the In the iron business the buoyonojr antici pated at Philadelphia does not appear and here a pressure to realize keeps he market Fltrsburg do In but a slower Tbe leather are in better Coal is dull and the recent advance being principally on and he years output being 1X81 ona o the output lost Co and lead continues atron from all quarters are ho The midsummer dull increased by and at Philadelphia i the fact that higher conceded to iron uncei for do w a deep one decks were and still the steamers several feet above the surface of the inky One by one the ghastly corpses were slowly recovered and carried sadly is the dimly lighted freight ehed on the In the Tittle office near by sst Morf western agent of the Erie Rill way to which the Tioga be Be was dividing his time in helping to Identify the dead and answer ing questions M ID loss and About it was would cover the damage to the vessel and This amount WM believed to be fully in The latest reports placed Fltzgib a waiter from aa among the Engineer Bsig was but with no chance of ultimate The injured included three white David HcNetl of Collins and Jamas All wete seriously burned and but will Additional names of colored stevedores supposed to have been killed were as follows Walter Henry Weather John Jacob Alex ander Braf ton and Baitours salary aa chief secretary of Ireland said he sometimes fancied that Balfour himself had neither time nor Inclination to father the results of bis own action and relied too much upon the advice of ef effete and rotten castle of He urge Balfonr now at the eleventh hour to retrace his steps and de vote the lemalader of the session to some method Of remedying thin omission on the thirteen ot fourteen estates where the ot campaign is still in opera It must not be Par Hell that this suggestion it ol These tenants would be pro tected to the but he in the in terests of humanity and not in the interests of the pockets ot the plan of At the conclusion ot the speech the Parnellites engaged In animated conver sation upon the moderation of Par nell and Balfour and allowed the vote tor the chief secretarys office to be pasted without challenging a A Heated July meeting of the procedure committee yesterday was very the sitting being enlivened by several tilts between the leaden of the opposing Sir William Vernon Harcourt and Chamberlain Indulged in an exchange of vigorous language and July Quite change took place in the tem perature thta morning a cool windianc rain coming from the living near thu A Over Six Baadred People Into the Water terrible accident occurred in Dartmouth tonight by which number of people were drowned but the exact number of the victims will not be known till tq The disaster happened by reason of the chain attached to ft ferryboat slipping out of place and and allowing the front of the bridge to sink and precipitate a crowd of BOO or 700 thtaen and children into toe The people were crowded there wait ing for toe new ferry steamer Annex lust arrived tram Mew York to When the steamer got within two feet of the landing a number of lumped on At that momeat the accident Tha outer end of the bridge went dowa suddenly rail the horror stricken crowd Hipped off tatotte bar Gladstone displayed considerable temper in bis objections te the govern ment Thanked br Bla Bojat Hermann Web president of the Qerman American rlllemen now received a letter from Emperor William thanking the for the adopted by them at their banquet In Berlin July congratulating his A Horrible July hu reached here of a horrible affair at Billy A man named John living at that murdered mother and then chopped her body to When the crime was discovered Hart was found lying betide the eating a portion of han last years la in wool and la tfrj prompt collection clothing and hoots and shi Louis I the extreme 1 but at lections are The I fort per i fen Is lost child by croup this week fj1 darner living cm North Strong street had the misfortune to lose hi 18monthold boy with cholera Intantum Tuesday Both families have the sympathy ot this community in this their time of Miss May Edwards of is Ing her Miss Ubble this I J A small leak occurred in the dam la at the head of the Eureka Irriguln but was repaired by the Md thirtytwo leches of water la tlowfnu down the main channel at this Jones of Garden dato for delivered an addii here on Monday night to quite a and enthusiastic A convention composed of Republican delegates will be held In IngUls July to elect to attend the conJ gressional In I Dodge City July In Gray county will hold their primaries July A thief entered tha boot and shoe shop of Peter Aulthaua and carried away a flue pair of boots that were ust finished for a customer residing in rinney The thief hu so far evaded Wheat harvest will be completed this threshing will begin iu about ten Several of our farmers claim the Death la the July terrible confla gration occurred at Rus by which 820 dwellings were de stroyed and seven were burned to The flre waa started by a iipe of a drunken who himself burned to Pttie right at at aw Nsw July Ward and Charlie the English fought before the Olympic club to several ol our farmers claim they will maku twenty bushels per acre and are feeling quite jubilant over their pros The corrugated Iron for roofing the In gajls flouring mill arrived last week and the workmen are busily engaged putting the finishing touch on this fine The mill will be quite an acquisition to uilittle deputy sheriff of Oray made a flying visit to Texas last Biuiasr July refinery of the cotton seed near here burned More than of Mil were lost by the bursting ot tanks U Wuhlnftoa WAauttraTON July of todays races Ida Pick Al Pat ffouitafat July Herr di rector of the Koenigsburg of died yetterday from ua wi July Blavin ud Mc the prize will sign articles on Monday for a ilthn plant river atl cornbelB the pending f Ov What Hoy tlawkwenU shaft of a mine he noun and wsscovj and fell to the 1 a nRo cidentand jtentto also overcome and tell man named Baldwin and was btl his life saved The and the man weietake pllng but all them proved irire In Mlcbloa July from Ubloathii most disastrous tire taged in last night and that a total of twer1 buildings were Mo tlculars can be had Injured at July Muller Brewing atl and Jefferson this morn   

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