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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 13, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Best AdvertisingMedium Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best HUTCHINSON The Largest 7 THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas WEDNESDAY AUGUST IN The Senate Continues Debate on tho Tariff A Jiamber ofResnlnlans Intended to U t Debate Bnt All The Bonse Anticipates the Necessity of Harsh Measures to Becnre a All Absent Mot on the Blok Will Probably he Ordered to Itn port for Duty at Notes Gathered About the national senate got down to business this morning with out the proceedings necessary to compel the attendance ot a Edmunds presented tLe motion for a change of tbe by limiting de bate on the tariff which he had offered at the time of the adjournment and it was laid on the table and ordered Blair also offered a resolution for such a change In thu rules as will per mit the previous question to be the proposition has been considered two and the same disposition was made o Frye asked unanimous consent to have the senate bill taken up and passed which authorizes the secretary of the treasury to the indebtedness of the government to the Sioux City and Pacific Hallway aiierman intimated that that was too important a matter to be disposed of immediately and opposed An adjournment was then tho pending question being on Vests amendment of Friday reducing the duty on tinplate ware from cents per pound to two the present Morgan resumed his argument be gun yesterday against the increased duty provided in the Alluding to Kdmunds motion to limit and to other propositions ot like Morgan said that no Democratic senator dtaireu to prevent the passage of the They had merely attempted to have free and full dis cussion of a discussion which tad not taken place lathe and which was choked oil by the rules of that body and their Referring to the proposition to limit debate Daniels said that such a gag rule would be a fitting wind up to tbe sad and tragic comedy before the Those who spoke for the farmers were to be gagged like Gulliver and were to be told to epeak their five minutes and go he upon you American senators it you can hear such a suggestion with pleasure or without in Moody said he was opposed to a tariff Ittvied exclusively for revenue on any articles except those of On the question of tin and tin plate Moony that he was advised by a ma jority of tbe finance committee thai an amendment was to be offered imposing a duty on and after the tlrat ol 1892 on block oxide of tin and block and pig tin and he asked Mr Alurich whether that was Aldrich assented to the correct ness oT the Moody said that there was no pro vision in the bill ot more importance to the people of the United States than the provision that would impose a duty of 4 cents a pound on metalic tin and what ever could do as a member of the na tional congress to canstltute or develope manufacturing industries In the b would The tariff bill was laid aside tempo rarity and Allison from tbe commit tee on appropriations reported back the house bill to continue temporarily the appropriations for the support of the and it went over till to mor The tariff bill was again taken up anc the debate on the tin plate paragrapl was Without action upon 1 the after an executive ad THE On motion of Cutcbeon of Mich the senate amendments were non concurred in to the house bill for the ea tablishment of a national park at th battlefield of and Mr Snider Wheelero were appointed On a motion made by resolution was adopted for the arrest o the absent Cheadle of thereupon of fered a resolution directing tbe sergeant atarms to notify all absent ex such as are absent on account of ill to return without H expressed bis readiness to accept a amendment excepting those member were attending the Boston encamp but the resolution was yeas nays The senate bill wae passed exteiidin time of payment to purchasers of land o I the Omaha tribe of Indians in Nebraski The house then Quays afternoo Quay offered a resolution to amen rules of the senate by t during the present aesslo senate will not take up for conslde otion any legislative business other tba giji tariff general appropriation bill JJilla relating to public buildings an pensions and senate or con new silver Nineteen million dol lars in these notes were turned over to Treasurer to receive the im pression of the treasury without which they are of no The de partment has already purchased ounces of silver this completing the quota required under the present and will purchase during the re mainder of the Salvador Make Friday afternoon the state department received from Minister Misner a telegram from La Libertad saying that during a battle in the city of Ban Salvador the forces of the government seized the American consulate in that hauled down the flag and damaged The department the same day instructed Mtaner by telegraph to demand full reparation of the reinstatement and protection of the consul and to see that all rights of the United States and its citizens were night the department received word from Misner stating that the provisional government of Balvador had hoisted our flag over the United States consulate and at the same time saluting it with twentyone guns and that the con sul had been reinstated in office and the rights of the United States and its citizens were Acting Secretary Wharton said to day It is most gratifying to be assured from this news that the government of Bulva dor is desirous and anxious to recognize and protect the rights of the citizens of the United States and to make all repara tion possible whenever any disregard or infringement of them is brought to its at AntlLottorr 11111 house antilottery bill was favorably reported to the senate today by Sawyer from IhepoatolUce Passenger trains were coming in and going out with all the appearance of their usual General Manager Toucey arrived at his office at this morning and found there awaiting him a telegram from the assistant superintend ertt of the Syracuse road stating that order had been fully restored there and trains are running without he ended the Held for ML examination of McCartney has just been held before Judge charged with the silling of Henry Bhel ton Judge Colvin r new county appear ing for the which was conducted in an able resulting in the holding of McCartney without John Republican memberelect to the legislature from this called on the county clerk today and received his certificate ot Everybody here is assured that Wim erty will make an efficient member of that THE Thousands of Them Were In Line at Boston me of the Largest gatherings of Old Soldiers Since Th r Were Mustered he Parade Bevlewed y President Harrison and BUs Six Passing the Ulondr Weather Adda oh to the Com New 1olUlral Party Organized at To meeting f the representatives of the various sub tens Alliances was held today at tnpreaentative hall for the purpose of rganizing a state Citizens a ew nonsecret About fty representing fourteen are in Zercher of was chosen as chairman at the meeting this and Hebbard of The Louis platform was Resolutions supplementary to theplat orm declared tbat the Citizens Alliance will not support any member who will a nomination from either of the parties declared in favor of the abro gation of all laws not bearing equally upon capital and labor in favor ot state publication and state uniformity of cbool text books against the practice of eading by candidates for office in favor of pensions for all honorably discharged with no distinction for rank and n favor of placing a Peoples he state and The following officers were elected for the ensuing year Executive by Congres sional Districts in their the consideration of other bills shall be postponed until th next the vote on the tariff bi and all amendments thereto shall b taken oh the 30th ot August at 2 ocloo without further debate until th consideration of the bill and amendment M The resolution wentove till to Ihe Worlds of tbe worlda fai inWnebington He wi to secur Borin treasu department has practically completed i execution of th Changed passenger conductor on the Louis and Texas road have been dismissed and the places of the discharged men have been filled by promoting freight con It is not known definitely whether the freight conductors are work ing at lower wages than the men whose places they have but it is not gen erally believed that economy was tbe motive for tbe No explanation has been made by the officials of the A Mine the east shaft of the Tennessee Pass Sat urday the tramway used for run ning muck from the gave way without the slightest warning and buried five men underneath a mass of timbers and One Paul Brader was instantly and two Al fred Gross Frank neriouely No satisfactory reason has been given for the North Carolina state Farmers Alliance met here today with 500 delegates in every count in the state being a prominent vrhc will bo the Democratic candidate fo congress from the Sixth said to day that the as a woulc not oppose the reelection of Benato Vance and he was certain that he would be alrfjd ran or the In the many veterans treete and crowds of pee o arrive in strangers will be 1 does not seem ppointed Comrade John to bear headquarters Ryan he rears of consecutive milil was with Ouster Ken vision when tbe masacre lorn At of y as 0 oclock y about the ie had begun that 1 the city to Alger bos van of Mew nndard in the fourteen ry service and m Heuot di jat Little Big arrived with VicePresident Efflcretary Tracy and Sherman on 1 They Iriven to the Vendome Were President Harrison was taking an The presidential party vas driven over he route to the poradj and inspected The procession formed1 on Common wealth avenue and tributary As early as 9 the space in the vicinity of Copley equate was densley crowded and the fortunate possessor of tickets of admission to the grand stand st that point were early in their The seats reserved for the presidential party were to the left and built an a giving a fine view of the line of At 10 a carriage drove up and a couple of gentlemen quickly alighted and quietly ascended the taking seats in the front The taller of the two was General the pride of tbe volunteer who for tae first time probably in his life upon an occa sion similar to this had found his way through a unheralded by hearty cheers which always greet his appear At 1030 strains of HniHothe Chief Trulni Uunnlnff fu in charge of the Pinkerton men at Eant declares the strike No striker haa appeared there since the yard was cleared yesterday The force of 110 men is still this morning railroad men began reload ing cattle Freight trains are being rapidly made All the men needed are at All trains are running on usual and rousing cheers announced the com ing ot the president and a few minutes later a carriage drawn by four drove hastily and Governor Brockett prang out quickly followed by Presi ent The second carriage ore Vice President Morton and Mayor followed by the carriage of Secre riea Prl ate Secretary Admiral Governor Ullllngham and off of Cabol overnor Davis of Rhode ex overnor Barlow and other prominent An Important Justice Carson of the supreme court has handed down a decision that has been awaited Dy great interest in all parts of the In its effect it does away with the sale of intoxicating liquor as required by the stringent laws already It af firms the constitutionality of the law and gives county courts full Juris diction to line and imprison liquor sellers without interference of grand juries or other making it ttnal jurisdiction in any such His decision is very covering the ground thoroughly and was made up on a writ of habeas corpus in the case of Robert an original package dealer of this who was fined with two months imprisonment by the county judge and went before the supreme court on the writ on the grounds of no jurisdic tion in the court Mlchleac OoQstltatloual consti tutional convention assembled at 11 The convention was called to order by secretary of called the roll ot one hundred and twentysix out ef one hundred and thirtyfour In the absence of all the supreme court oath was administered by Judge delegate from Sold the long talked of sale of the Chicago and Atlan tic railway occurred this morning in the United States court Charles Coster of New representing Drexel was the only and his bid of was The Fair at KANSAS special to the from saya The Central Kansas Horse Fair Association opens with the season to About eighty of the best trotters of the state are The track is in tine The races wit continue three reeted the presidential party subsided hen the flutter of excitement which roke into hearty cheers as the familiar ace of John Logan appeared jovethe sea of upturned ogan was accompanied by hese ladies were followed by Me Lillian the prima nd their McKee was the center of uite overshadowing her illustrious atber in her fresh ccompanied by a was also of the aiting The party broke intd Har son entered into conversation with gallantly banding her the mall bouquet which he Just 18 the chimes of Mew Trinity rung at 11 a great cheer went which announced the arrival ot leneral Tb6 appearence of leneral who tqde a A Canadian Company the special dispatch from Indianapolis says A railroad of ficial here to attend the sale of the Chi cago and Atlantic says positively that the Canadian Pacific has purchased the Wa The next election of Wabash of ficers will show it to be until that time the deal is supposed to bs The majority ot Wnbaah stock is owned in and agents of the Canadian company have been quietly gathering it In until they own a majority of the Death or was re ceived yesterday of the death of Warren Harris and Francis missionaries at Sierra of July Harris is a son of Harris of Augus and their departure from Paul last winter for was widely Both were young The Chicago and Paul In Kanaaa City KiCSAB head quarters of the freight department of the Chicago and Paul railway are to be moved here on the first of The passenger trains of tnis system will come into Kansas City after September on the Northwestern Fourth Dlatrlot Fourth con gressional district of the Farmers Al to day nominated John Otis of Shawnee for The Fourth district is now represented by Harrison Oat of Tur popular settler who was shot by is now believed to be out of dan ger by his who says the ball passed around the intes Cardinal remains of Cardinal Newman will He in state at the ortary of Phillips The fun eral will take place on Tuesday The Strike ll Or NEW the Grand Central depot this morning there no longer exists even the semblance of a The Strike at UnOalo U York Cen tral railway authorities In Bufftlo are more confident than ever that the strike as far as this end of the road isconcernei is practically Bates to ba KANSAS rates on packing bouse fresh hoga and sheep to Chicago and tbe Mississippi valley are to be restored on New AccMtloue to situation her remains on the part of th They report new accessions tc their Vlre at dam aged Deal Garvers dru store to the extent of ineuranc Weather till Kansas Bhow era ID the fair In the louthwe portion warmer in eastern cooler i wettern variable uniforms of the Continental band ot Woonsocket attracted much The last carriage at the end of the pro cession entered Adams square at The parade was five hours and thirty five minutes in Viewed from Franklin square the parade was a mag nificent spectacle and was witnessed by fully The grand arch at the head of the square was finely deco rated and was the center of especially to the eyes of tbe bearing as it did the finely executed rep resentation of tbe battle of As the parade appeared in sight of the Grand Army at the the air re sounded with cheer upon cheer by the impatient crowd and when Alger came In sight he was greeted with deaf ening Handkerchiefs and hats were waived until he passed out of The procession was a magnlBcant spec tacle from this the line of march reaching nearly two miles in a straight The division formed in the front to wards West Chester but broke ranks and wheeled to right or left as tbeir comrades The naval veterans formed on New between Arlington and Barkely with their four organizations in the following order Kerearge Association Naval Naval Veteran Edwin Naval Post New Farragut Association Naval The Sons of Veterans formed on Marl borrough street facing Balington and ex tending as for south as Dartmouth They subsequently fell in behind the vet erans and formed tbe head of the Shortly before 11 General Al ger and escorted by cavalry 113th who were preced ed by mounted de down New burry after a short trip over a por tion of the route of the and passed the rows of saluting naval veter through Arlington and up the north side of Commonwealth amid the cheers of the and the forming After a short de he came down the south side of the the now formed lines and bauds Hail to the It was Just when they reached Arlington and the parade After the general escort and staff num bering six hundred horses caine the Illi nois department of which the feature was Aurora post which bore a trans parency with the inscription Tho Home of Grant and The Wisconsin boys who followed got many a cheer and provoked smiles ae they carried a badger in a wire cage suspended on a tb e third was remarkable for the number of old battle Hags they over fifty being in the The old Blxtyflret flag was also much cheered and post 128 had the usual feature of two small cannon driven one on either side of the but succeeded in arousing much en thusiasm among tbe Just as Sherman had concluded his the presidential party reached the ball from the banquet ten dered them by the Mayors club at Led by Bergeantat Aims they filed upon the President Harrison being followed by Governor VicePresident Mor Mayor Secretaries Husk and Congressman Admiral members of tbe governors staff and Gov ernor Brackett and Mayor Hart extended a Wlttenmeyer then spoke on be half of tbe Womans Relief She outlined tbe work of the organization which in seven years has gained in mem bership from fortytwo members to over and whose treasuries now con tain over Alger was next called upon and his remarks were heard with frequent Scarcely had the applause which The Ohio division was led by Depart ment Commander who re ceived many cheers as he passed down were in numerable Buckeyes in tueli of which the distinguishing feature was a huge copper one suspended between poles and bearing the Pre sented by Fairbanks toForsythe New Yorks lending feature was Post 140 dreeaed in white hats and unpreten tious but very neat They were as fine a set of men as is often seen in Tne Guerrillas and Zouaves were much but the boy band of sixty five nieces from the Mission of the Im maculate New York took the hearts of the The Nutmeg state was fitly represented by a huge nutmeg and a colored Con necticut post bearin axes was much ap while Vanbooten post Jersey was most cheered of tho New Jersey division as they passed the The approach of the main division was the signal for another burst of ARMY Remission of Changes of Leaves of orders today were as follows Tbe unexecuted part of the sentence is remitted in the case of each of the fol lowing named now in Leaven worth military viz Cornelius late blacksmith troop Ninth cavalry Patrick late mounted Nine months of the sentence lire re mitted in the case of James late private company Sixteenth In now in the Leavenworth military Bix months of the sentence is remitted in thecase of Patrick pri vate company Twentieth now in the Leavenworth military Loive ot absence for one year with per misssion to go beyond the to take effect or as soon thereafter as his services can be spared by his de partment Is granted First The following changes iu the stations and duties of officers of the quarter masters department are ordered Alex assistant quartermaster is relieved from auty as chief division of the Pacific and department of and will pro ceed to New York city and assume charge of the general depot of the quarter masters department at that Charles deputy quarter will be relieved from duty in the ofllca of tha quartermaster to take effect and will then proceed to and assume charge of the general depot of the quartermasters department at that relieving John deputy Chandler on being relieved by will proceed to Ban CHICKASAW An Exciting Contest Which Will bo Held Morions Trouble likely to Retmlt From an Attempt to Disfranchise Sqnaw Members of the Tribe by Marriage De olalr Their Intention to Vole and Gone to tne Polling furThat Troops Held In Keadlnrnw In of berlons Culck asaw which occurs may or may not result in blood It is impossible to venture an opinion either The returns from the polling places are awaited at this point with greatest interest and some but owing to the distance of the voting places from here nothing definite is expected to be heard until This socalled Indian population haa in late years witnessed the gradual tran sition of the tribal into a white and it has become the aim and purpose of tuia mixed breed population to stop the further encroachment of the whites and to limit their own number so that they may maintain themselves proprietors of cms immense and exceedingly fertile They are attempting to establish land With this end in view they have taken the first step which is to dlslrancmse those who become members of the tribe by Tnis wua done at tne last seosiou of the As might be expected tho duttrnnchUed ones raised The ejection tomorrow will decide whether tueea squaw men will compel the government to take their The present government being opposed to the advancement of white settlers haa adopted a very primitive mode of elec The nation is divided in four coun ties and each county has but one voting which is placed in as inexcessabla a place as could possibly be The voting places are Oakland and Hock Oakland la the votlug place of A large number of voters left today and yesterday for the above Governor Byrd bos the amount ing in size to about 200 distributed at the and United States Marshal Needles has a large force of marshals at each Both Byrd Paul are at and if any fight it wilt probably be at that The United States troops at Bill are kept In read iness in case any liot should bread at Alounionth M Off MOUTH bV and report in person to the chief quartermaster of that division and Leave of absence for one month to take effect in granted deputy quartermaster One year of the sentence is remitted In tbe case of James late company Twentyfirst now in the Leavenworth military The unexecuted part of the sentence Is remitted in the case of Michael late private company battalion of now in Leavenworth military Under the provisions of the act of con gress approved First Ser geant Bernard company Sixth by direction of the upon his own placed upon the retired Use created by the was the signal for arising of Harrison and cabinet As each depart ment oame in front o the colors and In ers given for the were hata ra nstances rousing c Uncle coming in for tie lion share of the when Wisconsin passed In At a olice Immediately manderinCnief quad of mounted olloweii by Com Alger and staff made their appearan In Adams The commander andfttafl were received m the reviewing by Butler and on the stand since come over from Uo Batter had been 0 oclock having y Hardly lad he taken bis pos on the review ng stand when the t sad of the prooes Alger ana Bide salutingcol Post 6 of Chicago at a call of and they tfext came a call o iniun they were also givei he honors were wel throughout tha ilon came In sigh Sutler stood by umn after column Ihey After the long tb which the veter bad undergone Jhey braced them selves for a good i massed their commai dor and iome of the posts aSemed I resh condition as w mi they ave the first cheer for our next preslr re given cheers far from i and with In Divided between the using of the pra On tbe appearance of the Pennsylvania posts with their tatwred battle flags rous ng cheers went up from the crowds on The entire a series of ova lons for all the departments along the line from scores thousands of patriotic The largest poet ijn the procession woe posts of whfbh numbers 725 men in line and extended from half way up Commonwealth wenue towards west Chester park ington and Newl post commanders i sixteen ot whom Clouds protectel ans from the jan while the rain the corner of Av All tbe this post are ched on the fctaft of it the marching veter Ithout wetting had fallen last nlitht made tbe street ai hard as a Post 70 of carried pine trees and the three curnered bats of the Continental band of were a feature of that A hofte captured from the en emy elicited Much applause from th Neatjy Very man in this dlvl 01 n wore a clam Prescot Post of R was large enough to make up for the smallueu ot the lUte and the colonial Tho Exercises at mayors club of Boston tendered a banquet tonight to President Harrison and other distin guished The presidential party was overdue at the Mechanics Hall re ana after a brtet ceremony at the tables Mayor Fisher of in troduced who said I wish only to thank you for this cordial Being up on my teat I cannot refrain from ex pressinghere my deep sense of gratitude for all the evidence of friendllneas which naive been shown me during my stay in After the address the president and members of the cabinet with Admiral Gherardi and stuff retired and proceeded to tbe reception at Mechanics At least people availed them wives of the opportunity to Bee and hear the distinguished persons who were an nounced to present at the joint recap tion of tbe Grand Army and the Womans Relief Corps this evening in Mechanics Notwithstanding the strong and fatiguing march today the veterans awaited the arrival of the distinguished gueate with more patience than could be Finally Commander and staff came upon the being followed soon after by Mary Morris and the famous war ot Philadelplab Mrs Annie national president of the Womans Relief Corps Miss Clara president the Red Cross Association Mus Mary Manachusetta department pieeldent national secre ary national treasurer national Inspector of the Relief Commander Innej ot tha depart ment of Boon after B oclock com ot the entered and soon after a shout announced the Pensions for have been granted Kansas as follows Attica Jacob Still Garden City Wichita John Strong City Wlm Increase Herman Narka Adolphus McCune John National Military Home Hen ry Dodge Einporia widow of Harrison Attica Barah former widow of Hamilton Elizabeth former widow of Samuel Howard widow of Stephen Atchi son widow of River Sarah former widow of Nathan Parsons Hattie widow of Wichita minors of Nathan Parsons widow of Au Mexican is He has won the title in a fair and square contest with tbe who has any right to dispute the title witih Compared to other matches todays was an easy thing for Balvator and decisive ly settled the question of supremacy be tween tbe two great They at even weights 122 pounds and the odda 8 to Salvator on the outside got away a short head in They ran in this order for five furlonga when Garrison let out a link and Tenny shot to the front by a half a At the stretch Murphy sent Balvator out and Tenny was When Murphy found be bad Tenny beaten be eased up and Garrison did the it was a tame Balvator win ning by four The fractional time of the race was Quarter half threequarters mile mile and a quarter mile and a half The winners of the other racea were Slratbmeath Aleda and Gray Killed by tha Claur a young man whose home is in Ross met with an accident in the Union Pacific yards in North Topekathis after noon that cost him bis Claurdy has been in Oklahoma since last spring and was on bis way In attempting to board a Union Pacific freight train near tbe Rock Island slipped and was thrown beneath tbe His right leg waa cut iff just below the knee anc his left leg U badly crushed and severs bones are He died about Races at Ballna Central Kansas Horse Fair association opened up this seasons races About eighty of the beat flyers of the state are preeent The races will continue three An enormous crowd was present and the track is in excellent The following IB the results of todays Bay Din Ferjrustlne Pearl P Three minute starters gat Harry Young Ken ucky Russell Jenny R Jttle George time Road half mile lewett Pitchar Coal Digger Winners at Win ers of todays races were trotting Keno Bux ey second best pacing Grants Abadallah Crawford second best trotting McDowell Mlsa Altos second beat Wlnaera at are he winners of todays races Belle Little arrival of bis broth Hoyt and Miss Florence tbe first national president of the Womans HMief Department Commander George Innes welcomed the v aiting comrades on tbe part of tne Uawaohusetta Bber man waa next to be called He wsaconuderably fatigued after too ex citement of the day and spoke reluctant Prohlbltlou Did Not Save KANSAS special to the Star James a printe who bat beep drinking excessively fo several jumped off of the pontoon about fifty feet from the sbor Ala morning and drowned in a very tew Despondency on account o bis appetite for drink was the cause Hii body has not been Attacked by a BUKNOB mob to day attacked the residence of dent Celman and threatened to burn to the The government hi placed a cordon of around th houae or Galttforala Re mbliuan convention to nominate gov lieutenant chief justice of tbe supreme court and associate Jus tices and the remainder of the state ticket met The coolest for gov ernor is regarded as centering between Congressman Marrow and These two wilt lead in the early bal Ulrda of a MASON confer ence of original package dealera waa held here yenterday and resulted in a general agreement tost all would close up huainess and not attempt to legality ot the Thle enda tha sxut the original pack It estimated that Siloooatn lo were In operation Friday and have now doted
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