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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 15, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Best Advertising Medium HUTCHINSON The Largest 7 THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas FRIDAY AUGUST U News and Gossip Gathered About the National Vlie Tariff on Tin Pinto Discussed liy Homily i jAmondluont H Bedane the 1ropoaed lutj DofnatedThe Home linn No Qnoram and Is Compelled to Adjourn Without Any Bumnitt Organisation of the Repnhllcnu Con Committee Silver Iur The senate mtlnued its consideration of the luriiT the pending queHtion being on Mr esta amendment to reduce thn tariff tin plate from to 1 cent per Mitchell addressed tbe Plumb gave notice of an amend ho Vfuuld tSer to strike out if paragraph 137 the provision impoeing duty ou tin and to add to tbe paragraph a provision to pay to the man ufacturers of tin plute made in the United States a bounty of 1 cent per He expressed great doubt as to the effect of the proposition of the finance He doubted very much that it would permanently intro duce into this country the manufacture of tin plate in quantities uulllciont for domestic Teller expressed his belief that the effect of toe proposed increase of duty on tin plates would be as had been the case with all other protected indus tries eventually to reduce the price to Plumb repeated the word even tually m if it waa too Teller said that ho was willing to put tno time at a Plumb had no doubt that in time or eventually if the manufacture of tin plates were entered upon in this country one of the results would be to reduce the but ho dldut flnd in the present situation any ground for reason Able preuuajptioa that oven with 111 Jcreased duty cm tin plate there would bo in one or two or or ten euough tin plate mtulii in the Unicud to mnot tha local He was willing bog oil and to usk thofae men who were now proposing to manufacture tin plate not to exercise the power which thay got American cougreas and not to force an increase of duty on all the tinware used in the OB every tin on every tin plate and coffee and on every yard of tin Tooling in the United and instead of the increased duty to 4liie u bounty of one cent a IT two cents if If they were reasonable men they ought to be will ing to do tie knew that when bounty was given In a tariff congress was entering on a sea that had no but was already in tbe bill ou the sugar He said that not one single consumer of tin plate bail nuked for the and intimated that tha finance committee had not taken into account the condition of public opinion on tbe but bad per mitted itself to be urged into avoiding public opinion disregarding the great mans of It seemed to blm that it would be wiee to unites in the plentitude of their mercy the manufacturers who had got control of the senate were willing to take tbe bounty which be fter further debate the vote was taken Vests amendments were re yeas nays Davis nd Plumb being the only Republicans Voting in the Ingalls id not vote and Paddock voted in E Plumb offered the amendment of which bo had given notice to strike out tbe clause imposing a duty of cents a pound on tin plate reserving tbe other part of the proposition as to tut finally withdrew it and offered anoth making tbe duty on tin 1 cent a pound and providing a bounty of 1 cent a pound on tin platn manufactured in the tetl Without action on the ndmentthe senate THE The house measure reimburse Nat tay for work done on tbe gun boat It was soon found that no im was present and the house ad Pensions have granted citizens ot Kansas as fol Columbus I Atchison Asa iant Green John Ketvin Wellington Samuel But Marysville Amoe Hiawatha Topeka Albert El Dorado Lucurgua Spearville John yille Adam Finney Unlontown Prescott Alex Dexter Busey Henry Dupont g Highland Walsor d Wilton iiai Old William WeWillis Dernot ial Benjamin Hilliken Law Dor Plumb jom the committee on appropriations the senate joint resolution ap priating funds for the of the tute in Oklahoma from the uues d balance of the appropriation for the relief of the destitution tby the overflow of the KUeulssippl ifwas au Com hai tendered bio It is uo ue to ices between ihe n OoBcmitoiMt The Republt committett completed Its organization this Thomas Carter of wan elect ed secretary of the and Ed ward of New After the first of September next Clarkson of will partici pate actively In the management of the oarnpa gn us the roprenontatives of the Hepubllcan national Republican Senatorial first in the aeries of Rapublican senatorial cau cuses was held at the Capitol tonight and was as ineffectual as any of the pre ceding It was the most im portant caucus yet the most largely and the most pointed in the matter of speeches Thirtynine senators were and with the ex ception of Senator who was and Senator every one remained until a unusual pro There was an extreme diversity of views manifested and the caucus adjourn ed simply because an agreement won im U was a very harmonloua Henators Quay and Cameron both made speeches and strongly repre sented the political inexpediency of do ing anything with the federal election bill at and urged the necessity of an early adjournment from a party stand Senator Alduct is also ou tbe side of those who desire an adjourn ment mu was the spokesman fortnoae senators who view tbe embMabsraent and delay over the tariff bill as outweighing all other considerations in deciding tbe policy to be tieusior Plumb also spoke and it is understood opposed tbe elections bill out and For the friends of tbe bill which has caused numerous caucuses Senators Hoar and Spooner were tbe The latter made a strong speech which some denominated read ing the riot act He warned senators that tbey must treat the Issue Tbe electiou bill must ba passeu uow at this session or not at It was of su preme importance that it ehould be passed at His remarks brought sharp retorts from several of the op ponents of the Tbe discussion showed that there was a greater number of senators than has been generally lor one irmson or are willing to adjourn without the election bill being acted Tbe number of those senators in placed at about an adjournment was proposed and forced by a This the only vole A general understanding prevailed among tbe senators that nothing should be given to the public as to the and they referred all newspaper men to Senator who Is well known as an opponent of publicity in such Tbe Vermont senator waa chairman of the TUe Silver director of tbe mint said this afternoon that he expects to purchase ounces of silver tomorrow and that he expects also to pay a trifle more than the London mraketrate for Be defended the policy of refusing to make public the ex act price the department pays for silver and said he considered that be was serv ing tbe interests of tbe government in so Tbe price paid for he bad never been made public so there waa no new depart ure in tbe He continued There will be no at tempt on tbe part of the treasury depart ment to buy silver cheap or to beat down tbe The government will pay tbe full market price and will buy ounces a month if it is to be The administration desires to see the price of silver advance and there will be no at tempt in tbe execution of the new law to throw obstacles in the president today sent to the senate the following nominations JusticeAbram Parker of New to be assistant attorney as pro vided by an act of congress approved July William Grimes of to be marshal of tbe United States for the ter ritory of Elliot to be postmaster at Cher ic Norlh vntttm Miller says Owing to the pre valence of low tbe flour outpul showed a further decline last week The aggregate production for tbe week waa an average of barrels against ban els the week and battels tor the corresponding week in Quota tions of flour are again 20 to 40 cento per barrel higher than a week ago to meet tbe advance in wheat While at tbe tbe business done bas boen there bas been quite free selling of patents for New England at a range of and even now those who do not hole quite as high as others report a fair de in The sales of patent for the week proba bly equaled or exceeded the manufacture Bakers are in moderate request at nine but most of the mills are either sold ahead or desirous of closing up their bills for the year before accapting much further Generally considered the market is very War News From fight at Blue July proves to have been more serious than was at firs It seems that some Gua temalan troops camo to the assistance of the liberal force of Salvador troops and tbe regular troops of Bzeta drove them back scattering cap tured eight pieces of Tbe de feated troops retired to their amunltion being The pickets of tbe Guatemalan troops were fired upon at about miles from here this morning war baa not Although Is expected daily as this is tbe only point when Ezeta And his army can enter There are troops more at Contepeque and scat ered along tbe frontier east from t The troops are good coditica asi are well Work on the trenches is being rapidly A VICTORY FOB SHIPPERS The Uallroarifl Compelled to Modify the Uniform Hill of Shippers through out the United States have gained a jreat victory over the railroads In sscur ng a modification of tbe uniform bill of The concessions made by the carriers consists in striking out the words not negotiable against which the chief cemplalnt was At the meeting of tbe joint commit tee of the Trunk Line and Central Traffic association and the representatives of the lake and rail lines which was held in this city The subject was very fully discussed in tbe light of the objec tious raised by the commercial organiz ations of the bomo of the roads threatened to dis continue the use of the new bill of lading unless it wero adopted by all as the shippers wero now discriminating in favor of the Chicago and Grand the Wnbasb and the four lake lines that had refused to adopt it in its present Chairman lilanchard of tbe Central Traffic association strongly reooniendBd that the worJu not negotlafSfe printed across the face of the document be stricken The recommendation was unani mously concurred and thus amended the bill of lading was adopted by all the to take effect September The representatives of tbe Chi ago and Grand Trunk adopted it in its new form us did the lake No action was taken in regard to tbe other objections that have been urged against the bill of ho permanent committee on uniform Dill of was instructed to tako them up at the earliest possible This practically nettles tbe fight over the uniform bill of Tbe amend ment makes a bill of lading negotiable and Wakens will no longer refuse lo advance money on it Of course tbe shippers will continue to urge a modifi cation of other provisions of the contract mil especially that relating to liability for damage to property during transpor but they have gained much even if no other BBionB are rTIUE AT A Dig and Pork Packing XKtab lldhmunt LOOK Twanty five thousand barrels of whisky and the Kendall distillery burned this It was 3 oclock before the firemen got control and it was not until tbe immense the distillery the cattle sheds and tbe slaughter bouse and pork packing establishment of Conbad which adjoined the bad been wiped out The loss of tbe pork packing company will be about The remaining loss of nearly or quite is on the distillery proper and tbe destroyed This loss is divided among twelve whisky firms for whom Julius as president of the Kentucky Distdling manufactures These firms are the Kentucky Distilling com Max Lehman Miller Berheim Dis tilling Victor Distilling com Frank Kentucky Blue Grass Distilling onmpany and Mark This whisky is valued at f in round The machinery and other contents of tbe building brings tbe total of the distilling companys loss up to Tbis is irrespective of the loss to tbe government in unpaid taxes ninety cents a which will amount to making a total loss by fire not much less than The Insur anoe is roughly placed ot 80 far aa could ba ascertained the in surance on the burned whisky amounted to distributed amongst different Insurance 1eoplen Party of DES Two bun dred delegates were present is this city today Attending the state convention of the Peoples composed of farmers and Union Labor The platform adopted endorses the principles advo cated by the Farmers and Laborers In dustrial Union held at Louis last De The passage of a service pen sion bill is The following nominations were made Davis of Davis auditor ol stale Brown of Gutbrie for secretary of state Blakely of Pow shlek for treasurer ot Oklahoma At I meeting of tbe Kingfisher county Re publican central committee today formerly of was unanimously endorsed for territorial re presentative at to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Rey Nine delegates were elected to attend tbe territorial convention which meets in Ontario next Congressmar of the Thir teonth was ronominated by ao South to To Represent the Qulnoy Scott Wike was renominated for congress yes terday by the Democrats of the Twelfth THE Yesterdays Proceedings In Nebraska state Democrat lo convention tonight nominated James Boyd of Omaha for Weather Forecast till 8 For Kansas Fair except local showers in extreme south east portion easterly to southerly winds warmer In stationary tempera ture in northern To Visit the HohslzoJlam ltoBmpetorWllUmon nailed at 10 oclock for the Reports of tlic Various Standing Com mittees Hccclred and Appropriate Action Taken Favorable lleport Beoelved Frntn tlie Womana Belief and A Grand Ilan unet Attended by a Thcraaand Invited kte llef tforpB and Ladles of thtt Ornrjd lireaklns grand encamp ment of the continued The report of the pension committee de tails the work of its members in securing and aiding pension legislation In con fess and its successful efforts in regard to the disability pension bill that became a law July this sayn ihe re wbile not in the precise form of the bill presented by the con tains tbe most important feature there and while not just what waa it the most liberal pension autever passed by any legislative body in the and will relieve the survivors ot the war whose condition of their health ia not iractlcally Davis of Morrill of chairman spectively of tbe senate and bouee com mittees on pensions come in for most grateful mention for uervicea rendered he and the is con gratulated that its pension work has be come so nearly complete through the en actment of tbe disability Comrades Berst and members for successive terms on the committee announce their desire to with draw from the committee aud tbut tbey will not accept reappointment Alger announced that a commie too from the Womans Relief Dorps was n head of he was introduced and was oudly tihe made a short of congratulation and sympathy and gave some interesting statistics of tbe prosperity of the Womans Relief Commander Alger a shore response expressive ot tue hearty appro ciatlou by tho Grand Army of the Wom ans Tne ladies then Tbe committee ou change Ui rules snd regulations presented its report rec ommending various A minori ty report in faver of adopting resolu tion offered by tbe department of Slafsa providing for tbe substitution of the other ritual for tbe was adopted by a large Tbe committee reported adversely on tbe proposition to change tbe rules so that hereafter the past department com mander shall be entitled to a seat to tbe general The on address of the commander presented its heartily commend ing the address and thoroughly endors ing tbe policy set forth in tbe following passage It has been my determination to recognize as a comrade the equal rigbtg ot every no matter what bis color or provided he baa the two service und honorably In this great strug gle of life the strong should aid the It ennobles the former and ele vates the The report heartily approves the bigb maise given the Relief Corps and Hone of Tbe committee offered a resolution that tbe council of administration pre pare suitable testimonials of appreciation by the Grand Atmy ot the Zealand earn est devotion of Commander inChief Recess at 1 oclock until 2 At the afternoon resolutions were adopted favoring the removal of Gen Grants remains from Riverside to provided it waa in accordance with Grants thanking con gress for passing and tbe president for approving peision Stevens of was surgeon inchief and Myron chaplainin Gen Veasey named as bis adjutant general Comrade Guetting of Rutland and John Taylor of quar termaster After the installation of officers tbe encampment The Womans Belief Womans Belie Corps continued its session Tb committee appointed to visit tbe R encampment reported a cordial reception and brought greetings from the boys in The Knowles stated she was presented from the plat form of the encampment and amid great enthusiasm read the following report to the entire encampment standing Num ber of amount of re lief amount expended in relief since the organization In 1888 turned over to grand It was voted not to elect officers until routine business was disposed The greater part of the afternoon ses sion was devoted to tho oonsideratlon of MoHenry of was elected national Eliza beth Turner of was unanimously elected senior vice presi Other officers elected were Junior vice Bessie Kansas Mo national treasurer Amelia Detroit nation al Emily Ban Tbe national in spector and counsellor am to be appoint ed by the national The next encampment will beat De troit in A Orand princlpa events of Grand Army week were con cluded this evening by a grand banque In Mechanics complimentary to tbi delegates to tbe encampment and Invitee over in Departmen Commander Innes presided at tbe plat form Tbe entire banquet was an affair of great Among tbo invited gueiti who ocon pled the seats of honor were General Governor Mayor Lieutenant Governor Gen ral Collector Honorable ihn Long and Post Commanderin Chiof of Merrill of Law Kountu of Fairchild of and Warren of the now entered with Corporal his was the signal for a great the veterans waving handkerchiefs nd napkins and shouting Veasyl Veajyl Then Aleer came In and waa similarly Commander Governor Sickles and tiger delivered the latter re erring to himself as officially a faded ower and thanking Boston for its bos Past CommandeinChief Warner of itissouri called attention to tbe fact that a all the camp all the all he banquets of the week there had not een a word of reproach against the man who fought against The last speaker was Corporal who wan received with At the nssKtnbly broke up with he singing of Auld Lang Ladletof tho ttrand the second days aeausa of tha annual convention ot the ladies of the Grand Army the ollowing officers were elected Catherine Senior Julia Junior Vice Mary New York Anna Cam Ban National The president appointed Motley of A MV3TKUIOU1 FtaaU nf Iteveral of ttao Vlctlmn llitrned aud his morning explosion originating rom a cause not yet occurred on he third fioor of the Kendai Manufac uring companys large soap at lie corner of Page and Lindship he principal damage done was done on he third fioor where flames burst forth nd acids were blown There were seventy persons at work and f these ten were taken to the hospital adly Michael 35 years Id and John probably atally for their clothing was orn from them and their flesh was timed and blistered so that it dropped off n great Most of tbe others were roung men and boys employed in pack Four one white and three were killed and two colored men serione y Plckenn son ot tbe owner of the met with an awful He waa literally blown to bis limbs being found some dlntanco from the scene of the and other pot Thomas Blison and Chambers had their leads blown and were otherwise ter ribly A Man With Elfht DKS Hoi a prominent electrician in this was arrested today by a special pension He is charged with forging the names of people to pension papers and securing several ihousand dollars fraudulently from the United States officials have been on his track for tha post Holston has wives two in two in two in Missouri and two In Ore zon and has heea divorced from none of The United States oflicUls bavs been in communication with all of his but a charge of bigamy will not be preferred against DISSOLUTE They Oanie a Bloc A menu the Colored Laborers of last night Deputy Bheriff of Shelby came to town In quest of several Ulcers and reports a terrible state of ffalrs in tbe nelgbborbood of Columbia and Shelby iron He says a gen iral riot bas been going on all tbe week it fbo works camp and that three men one woman have been killed la tbe Tbe negro laborers about the camp are in a fearful state of The riot erew out of tbe presence of tbe llssolute women who haunt tbeae A bod of specials left last night for tbe ceneof the Excitement Over the Qail ex citement over the natural gas explosion still pravails throughout the It is now discovered that the soil for many miles around is impregnated with the combustibles and by piercing the soil with a stick the gas may be ignited and a jlaze luge enough to produce consider able In Van Buren town twentyfour miles north of the has broken into the water wells and the use of water from them has been Some of the farmers havn raood the wells and are using the gas from them for Slave Trade In the South accounts ire received of the slave labor traffic by iritiah planters in the South Tbe Presbyterian mission synod in the New Hebrides has passed a resolution to tbe eflect that the Kanka labor traffic had to large extent depopulated tbe New and adjoining upee amily relations among the native anc has been and is tho cause of much suffering and A nlsslonary named Patoa reports that be lad hlmeelf seen white men in these noats take Kankas to labor aa tbe slavers are forcibly lifting them on board and wben tbey tried to swim ashore tbey were knocked down again and again until tbey lay stupified ou deck ana were thus carried out to Those thought likely to escape are fast ened with chains on A obief was shot dead by tbe crew of one of these vessels wbile attempting to protect bis daughter and a native teacher were also abot Tbis slave trade is carried on under tbe protection of the British flag or the benefit of planters in Queensland and tbe Fiji A Noted Bonethlef KASHAS the most noted horsetblef in the was arrested again today for Waterman is 88ycataof but has spent twentyfive years in the penitentiaries of Kansas and He completed a two years term in the Miasouri penitentiary last Wednesday and upon bis release was heard to remark to a fellow convict that be was going to Kansas City and would steal a horse before be bad been twentyfour Be more than made good bis for yesterday be stole a team of fine borses bitched to a double buggy and westward into He was arrested atLeroy today with tbe stolen property in his The Fralrle RAIID the southern within sight of this dark volumes of emoke are rising a region understood to be twenty miles in extent Tbe wind at one time cleared the atmosphere between that point and tbe allowing a good view to be ob iglnated from light ning which struck ten days or more Tbe file In spreading all the time In every direction and consumes everything in its Tbe fire all ready bas destroyed a great deal of good This Child of the Half about in a Welden of Heaven ave birth to a cirl baby thin morningJ It was the scandal in connection with he womans condition which give rise to j tbe indignation meeting at which Schweinfurth waa A method of ridding tho community of blm was A committee has charge of the proceedings against The lattBrs claim has been that tbe Wel den woman was with child by the Holy Hlaaourl special to tbe epublic from says At the state convention of the Farmers and La borers the amendment and adop tion of the report of tbe committee on revision consumed the entire At the evening session the election ot officers was Hall of Randolph was elected president R Bade vice president Rogers of Paxe Fire at Great Western hotel owned by also the hotel furniture and and about 800 bushels of wheat which was temporarily stored in tbe building was completely consumed by fire between tbe boura of 11 and 1 oclock last Insurance on build ing on contents The fire is supposed to have bean started by an Killed br the 3 oclock this morning the mangled body of a colored man was found by a Union Pacific watchman in the Union Pacific yards in North He hid evi dently been riding on the trucks of a freight train and had failen beneath tbe NOT Tho New York Central Railway Strike still Lrominent KnightB of Labor Confidence in Their Ability to Carry Their They gar the Are Conitantlr Re ceiving AcceBdions to Their The Hatlroad Equally ns Con fident of Heine lo Kenntne Truffle aa Within a Few Strike on Ihe Unlanare and Hudnon Declared are no new developments here today in the Central All passenger trains are moving nearly on schedule McGowan of Albany represent DJI the Knights of Labor says they have not given up and the strike will be more ierious within five All the men here are standing firm with new addi tions to their ranks They alfo claim that some of tbe union men among the railroads will join thorn that time if their help is The Knights of Labor held a session nere this aftornoou tind stated that by to morrow noon the Central will flnd out that tbe strike is not The walls of the Central depot bear a number of f resh ly made signs similai to those peared tinnight before the gave out a statement this aft ernoon relative to he roemployment of He says that he finds many of the strikers are good employes and that many of them have been led by intimida misrepresentation and Ignorance to join tho Such men will be taken oack into Tbe new men who have come into service since the strike are not to ba replaced and will take pre cedence ovur the reinstated men in pro motion ttud The Situation nt Master Workman Lee returned from New York this He claimed be satis fied with the condition of things in New York and thio vicinity and is going on to Buffalo tonight in response to the urgent Officer Steel identified the body as that of a colored Aftvr tbe dispatch from says the grand jury has re turned nineteen indictments for murder to Outlaws are fleeing from tbe county in Near Owsley John Bnwman knocked his Henry after which his cut his heart out with a The girl claimed that Elenry insulted Leaving for from the ses sion of the national encampment and tbe Womans Relief Corps the greater part of tbe celebration is The number of reunions to day is compara tively few and the courtesies to visitors while numerous are decreasing in extent posta have already left for Ohtcaio Caroentert Will carpenters representing the carpenters and loiners in this met at tbeir ball to ReEolutlons were adopted order Ing out on a general strike all carpenters in the city of under tbe juris diction of the on QKIlled by u Boiler reached bere today of a terrible boiler explosion which accurred morning at a country saw twelve miles west at on Donress strikers Ho said the Central road was working hard in their endeavor to raise the freight block ade at West The strikers got hold of the men wbo came ou from Chi cago and Bonton yesterday with the re sult that this morning many experienced western road men wbo wore to be put to work at West Albany refused to go to work and are now in consultation with the Central Tbeflrst freight train since left the West Albany bound at this There was no disturbance The conditions in the Delaware and Hudson strike have not materially No freight bas been moved out of Albany on that At 4 oclock this it stat ed on reliable that the Dela ware and Hudson strikers had agreed to resume work tomorrow Will Demand general executive boaid of tha Knights of Labor suddenly resolved today to flaltb their labors in New York and started for that city at this In a speech before an assembly of KaSjbts of Labor this Powderly said be and hie cumrojes were going to New York to demand arbitration in tbe mat ter of tho New York and Hudson River railroad Iteturned to hun dred yardsmen wbo were out on a strike on tbe Delaware and Hudson at this have agreed W roHrH 1 The night force went on at six oclock to the day force will go on at oclock tomorrow The men have become satisfied that their suspicions of the Delaware aud Hudson uuknowii were Haln at An excellent rain fell here last night doing great good to which will make fine fall pasture and from which an abundance of Lay will be Bacei at last day ot the races was witnessed by a large Tbe following are todays re suits Free forttll trotting Dibo Cop mont Lady Monroe third best Trotting startera Forest King Brocade Tiny Rogers Little George fourth bent Tmoyearold mile An nie Laurie Oddity Invest ment Bessy Allen fourth best Running onehalf mile Mollle Dataon Nellie Gray Jack Gypsum lowlngly handling Central freight Vlnkertonl In hun dred Pinkerton about a quarter of WBom are armed with Winchester possession of tbe West Albany reight yards this frew bands n sufficient numbers to operate tbe mrds from Burlington Qulncy and Rending roads went to and about 10 oclock the Brat attempt to move freight was Tbe are peaceable and no violence is The Sheriff Tap pan of Kansselear this afternoon telegraphed Adj Porter that be thought be would need state troops at tbe Albany yards of tbe Central ae he feared McBwan waa sent over the river and found everything quiet without prospect of any disturb Not a Brotherhood 0 cblefofthe Brotherhood of Locomotive snya positively that bis organ ization is not to take any part whatever in the and that ha does not hslisve the firemen will Baeeaat Tbe trotting races here resulted follows class Pinlcco Alfred second best Richmond Frank B second best of Harry Wilkes failed to lower his record Winuerv MONMOUTII of O FAQ My KaoM at of to ILidy   

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