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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 16, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Best Advertising Jed Advertisements in THE NEWS bring the best HUTCHINSON The Largest THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas SATURDAY AUGUST IN What too Soleras of Both Branohen Woro Doing The House Agrcca to the Conference Hop or t on tlic Indian Appro prlatlon Aim the Desolation Providing For the of Certain Funds For the Belief of Destitution In Okla homa Passes the Without a Quorum The Rivers and Harhors Washington Nates house proceeded o the consideration of the conference report on the Indian appro priation bill presented by Perkins of Cannon of Illinois criticized the report as being the most extraordinary today that todays offers for tWf silver were at rates ranging fiU to tnat the de pt accepted all offers at prices be It is now understood that hr the same publicity will be the governments silver trans its IB now given to Its bond t euima Criticisms drter said today thst the crltl diade against the census because it not likely show more than were manifestly The irged in these launched iain Democratic is that pulation of the United States is than and that conse ly the census IB not Even d a Democrat and so great an au y on census matters as the amuel Cox made an estimate of He was chairman of the Reports from all points indicate bat the greatest enthusiasm meetings are being held at all Public opinion is increasing in mr favor and oilers of financial aesist ance are pouring in from all which tends to make the situation extremely one which had ever been submitted durua committee in tho last and ing liis experience in the Whenkws under which the census has been the bill was first submitted to the were mainly framed by him and he had conceived it to be hill duty to raiseed through his In his a point of order against aggregating angreat speech on the delivered appropriation of These house of representatives less thai had been stricken The senate ha years he estimated that thi agreed to amendments aggregating The house had to meet the fullest requirement ulation ount J cwl mb0eat liberai estimate only 64 oV0 bul passed the house hith the full amoi the eeuate amendments and The bill created a number of ne offices and increoaed a number of j BrleB ui a few or perhaps a hund ni more than His esti new offlceabeen Edmund Atkln line Kulghtaof Lahor The etrlkera today published the following To all Orccling Owing to the fact that the press of the to a large are misrepre senting our the executive board of District Assembly 840 have resolved to issue semidaily a bu16tln of the exact conditions of affairs as they exist at the time of such the same to be for warded to our district assemblies along the road by the first The condition at present is a great improvement on the strike as it stood at 7 of The beat feeling prevails all along the all pur members being hopeful and remaining staunch and true to the Reports which are constantly being received here that the company are moving freight as well as passengers are entirely untrue and none is being moved to any They otlll refuse to re ceive all shipments of freight offers them which entirely disproves Webbs The effort of the company to incite our people to riot and violence by omploying Pinkerton men with clubs anc rincheaters has so far been an utter fail Caution all of our brothers to re te now is Edmund Atkln 10ng he eminent In bin state were c we m eiceas ILaTghte g wiu and aaonable As reported from the confarence coP1Sd ought continued the f De BaUBnea x was unexampl Pensions for have been granted citizens of Kansas as fol moved to recommend the bill to the c on Indian lows nays the speaker countingaquw Springer then moved to lay bill upon the j of made point that the motion was a dllatorvj and this Jpoint was sustained byl appeal from thef j The speaker declined to recognizfi The conference report was then ajfl to and the house resumed considerp of the McKay The quip being on its reference to the comme on ThU was nays The speaker countia Pending further consideration he McKay Cannon of IllinoPy unanimous called up the joint resolution providing that theix pended balance of the the aid of the Misalsippl lod sufferers shall be used to destitute persons in Tter the adoption of an amendment prcing that the money shall be disbursedfier the direction of the secretary The joint resolution was T A vote was then taken on the wage of the McKay bill which resulteifeas nays no and a call the house was but failed to flop a Thomas of offered a resolution directing t ser geant atarms to arrest absent Baker of New creafsome little excitement by offering a sftitute A resolution recitinSie ap pearing in the New York this morning upon the declaration I Roger Mills of that this Jshlng ton is no place for the caipign is Scarcely had the clerlegau to read the preamble when he vj mter rupted by protests from both bis of the Dnckery of wai he first to in hU earnest protest ajjnst tbe peaker de to insisting that the noltition ccompanying tho preamble ly to the 1 Heard of indignity minded the gentleman from Nes York that Mills was paired with Ma and Sawyer of wii as much suggested to the An Kirwin Guinea National Military Home Isvac Bern Joseph Oswego field Somerset Somerset Orsemus Osbourne Jackson Kansas City Eugone Fort Scctt Obadiah Greenleaf Jonas Wauneta Charles Palmer Otego Isaac To ronto Thomas Ada William Fort Scott Asbury Jewell City John Marvin Archibald Buchan Abilene Jesse Reissue and Increase John Shofe Cotton wood Falls Lafayette Davis Original of Wm Atwood widow m on rending of the andth suggested to Baker that he tlemau tbe propriety of taking carel his own Baker submitted that liia reao tion was in order and ought so be re i and the preamble printed ia the Recv Baker said that if the speaker i sired ha would withdraw bis pream with but the resolution was The clerk then proceeded to read i which revokes all leaves absence except those granted for Domination the following ticket of Hershel Welllngto widow of Edwin Thompso Wellington Sarah widow of El A STRAIGHT Kansas Democrats Will Mot Join th Peoples refusal of th Peoples convention to nominate exGov ernor Charles Robinson for governo Wednesday has angered the leadin Democrats of Kansas and a straigh Democratic ticket will be nominated a It is claimed that President H Clover and other leading members of th Farmers Alliance pledged to Governo Robinson the nomination If he would al low his name to be but when th convention met it disregarded its pledge Ljd nominated an unknown Under the heading Cowardice th Democrat of yesterday says To hav been consistent with their other action the Peoples party yesterday should hav incorporated a prohibitory plank m the The silence of theconventio on the great issue before the voters They straddled simply to catc Is this worthy of a political party The people of Kansas love honesty tin air and this jucglery with on of the vital issues of the day will not add Votes to the Peoples ticket next Novem Nebraska Demo state convention adjourned at 4 Of oclock this after placing in altt firm and vigilant and In our l will aooa On tlie Vandorhllt NEW 15 noon today Webb said the affairs of the roai ere in such a good condition that th eads of the various departments couli aln assume Webb Ie ied that he had asked the governor t all out the militia to control matters a ast and General Super itendent Voorhees said he had receive nany applications for reinstatement f roc he old Tneir cases would be con Pinkerton is still recruiting men t uard the property of the New York Cen ril railroad and his recruiting office 51 Broadway was well filled this morn ng by applicants who came in respons o the advertisement for men for specia They were a tough looking lo men that would make a fight if they go nto a con THE AMERICAN njustioe of the Embargo France Imposed Against t IB Injurious to the United States and Mot Uenellclal to Chicago Switchmen of the switcl men employed by the Wabish railwa n struck this afternoon and ot a wheel is About 200 men eft their completely stopping all The trouble is over the nonpay ment of It has been customary o pay the employes road on the 4th of each but this month the aymaster left Louis two days so without rushing matters he couldnt each Chicago until Monday This was communicated to the who in turn notified the As POOH as they heard the news the switchmen eft their completely tying up the Discrimination That Is Lacking In All the Clements of of the Department of State to aecnre a Modlllcatlon or Repeal ot the French Decree of Prohlhltlnc the Im portation of American Pork compliance ith the resolution of the senate of last calling for all correspondence not Iready submitted to congress and now n the department of state touching ne efforts made by this government o secure the modification or repeal by lie French government of iM decree of prohibiting the importation into France of American pork and kindred American the president today eut to the senate a letter from the act ng secretary of state on the ogether with a large volume of corres pondence between Minister Keid and Secretary Blaine beginning Tho acting secretary in his letter of iransmittal states that the correspondence discloses the important fact that the rench government now practically places its exclusion Of our pork products upon economic instead of sanitary As this policy of lays as a measure for the protection of the domestic products ol France ia implied only to the United the department has not failed to protest against the discrimination as un Tho correspondence is quite volumin Including statements by the secre tary agriculture to the secretary of state of the prohibitive edicts and regu But the most important portion Is contained in a long letter addressed by Reid to on Reid reminds the minister that he is waiting for tbe fulfillment of the as surance unofficially given by Vignand in connection with the McKinley admin istrative He says While the be lief was current that this course would be speedily the house of representa tives TOtad to remove the existing duty of embitter We prefer to present the facts and rely upon French good French justice and French TltilN Dastardly Attempt to Wreck an Exear sien Train on the and dastardly at tempt WBA made last night to wreck an Atlantic City excursion train ou the Bal timore and Ohio railroad at a point twenty miles from this where the road runs along the Youghighney over thirty feet above the The attempt was partially successful and re sulted in the almost total demolition of the engine and tho death of two engin eers and a Fortunately the pas sengers escaped with alight cuta and The names of the dead are Yankee Hulliv m of one of the oldest engineers on he road Daniel engineer of the eastern division who was riding in tbe cab unknown man supposed to be a tramp riding between tbe tendar und baggage Fireman King was painfully out not dangerously The which consisted of three sleepers and a baggage were crowded with excursionists bound for the uea It was late in getting away from the city and was proceeding at a rapid rate to make up for lost Near Uaceola sta twenty miles south of this an obstruction was There was a terrific crash and the engine was thrown over tne The care ran along the rails for a distance ot fifty feet where they fell over on the weat bound track toward the hill Tne engine was completely Goodwin and the trump were crushed beneath the timbers and were killed almost the tlre was thrown into a tree thirty feet progressive followers from this psrt of the county found the town strongly garrisoned with about ISO milita composed chiefly of negroes and full blood who coulu not speak Eng all heavily armedranft BO distrib uted about and under cover and in houses with port holes as to completely surround the From the appearance of things it seemed as if Bytd had a trap set to murder every man of the at least that is what every man who was there now Color Is given to this belief by the fact that cluen of this also a deputy United States mar went tendered his vote and it was There was a conference between Paul and the the form er trying to explain to them why the vote should be During the which the fullbloods could not under be the latter took good time to it to create 30 per cent on pictures Seeing now that and it Powderly to Visit New General Master Workman Secretary Hayes and all members of the executive board of the Knights of arrived here early this morning over the Michigan Central and took the Lackawanna for the east at 0 That they did not consider it worth while to remain any time In Buffalo ie signifi and shows that the trouble on the Central is Will Not execu tive board of Locomotive rep resenting 700 firemen in the employ of the New York Central which was in session at Utlca adjourned this The meeting was called to discuss the advisability of a It was decided to not at least until efforts had boen made to reach a settle ment of the firemens His First General the newly elected commanderinchief of the has issued bis first general He announces officially the elec tion and then makes the follow ng staff appointments Adjutant gen Comrade of quartermaster Jomrade John Taylor of The Flreuieu In Secret OonncllJ or to Roger Mills and others em ployed like in an educational Before the reading of the reso lution was of rose and objected to the clerk proceed hie objection was echoed by Re publicans and Democrats McMillen of Tennessee hoped that the gentleman would withdraw tbe reso Had he forgotten that on a pre vious occasion a resolution offered by him had been returned to him by a vote of the The disregarding entlrely Bakers put the question 0u Thomas ami dilatory tac tics were resorted to until 6 when the house took a the evening sion to be for the consideration of prlvatf pension THE senate took up the river and harbor Amendments making reductions in items in the house bill to the amount of and increasing Items for general Improvements by the amount of fn2 JTJ read Rnd The Items Prvement of toe Missouri and Mississippi rlverswere changed to 000 and The rovision for the improvement ot Har any action upon tbe senate Yesterdays silver result Secretary Win For Boyd of Lieutenant Bean pf Secretary of Sprague f Wahlqulst of Gushing of Platte Attorney Biggins cf rand OomrniBBioner ol Public of Superintendent of of Nebraska The platform reaffirms the declarations of the last national demands lower favors the organization of labor for its own deuouces the Lodge calls for a liberal pension declares for free coinage of silver and favors high license and local option in controlling the liquor Cholera on the cholera is near ly extinct in Bad There are only a few cases in Alicante and At the latter place two have oc curred in the which contains Mo of after noon showed no apparent change in the situation of the Two additlona bulletins potted late today by tbe itrlk TheiltuaaonU still Improv executive board of Locomotive Firemen have been u session today in this They met with bolted doors and no one bas been found who will divulge any part of the Firemen from other roads ban the Central are present at the meet ng ia not taken and beginning to believe that it will not thejaenato committee has already amended jae Uriff bill by re imposing the and there is danger that the sanate will approve their It is only candid to explain that the ma jority of the senators and including especially those from the great corngrowine and porkproducing regard the attitude ot France as without in and The old and growing feeling unlike your recent complaints about our tariff from no mere objection to the size of the duty you choose to impose although within recent years you have greatly increased or to minor details in your custom house Itsprings from a grievance more serious and deep persistent discrimination in favor of the products of England and other against those of your historic which you absolutely prohibit on the charge of their bad We ask the repeal ot this prohibition as an act of naked too long de Relations between governments are bestand most enduring when they rest upon a basis of mutual good will and mutual Of the mutual good will in the case of our there is happily no The world has seen more than a centurys evidence of But I would like to show that the action we now ask is in the equal inter ests of the two countries that it is great ly to the benefit nf and that it is specially in the interest of the very classes in France for which a wise gov ernment always cherishes the most sol ictious and to which a republican government is especially Koed then shows that France has lost in duties during the years of exclu sion of American pork This he has deprived French steamers of a valuable line of has deprived French tradesmen of a profitable and has deprived the poor people of a cheap and highly prized article of In return for these losses and deprivations Read declares that France has gained no It has not helped the French he because he can not sell bia product away and escaped with severe Tbe sleepers were not badly damaged but the passengers were badly All with a few bruisea aud slight cuts from broken An investigation showed that a deliber ate and fiendish attempt had been made wreck the Four ties had been placed securely between and on the Fortunately the work of the wreckera waa frustrated by the cars fall ing on the weat bound If they had followed the engine and gone over the embankment into the river the loss of life would have been A FBIGHTFCL An Engineer aud Jflreman Killed by a Holler east bound North Shore limited train on the Michigan Central road was badly wrecked at about 5 oclock this afternoon at Au HaportB say the limited struck a protruding car of freight which had been the engine then jumped tbe track and crashed into tho depot completely wrecking the and it ia two boys who were in side were killed After striking the building the engine ran a few rods and blowing Fireman G reg to atoms and instantly killing E 115111 er Particulars thus far received do not mention any passengers being al though the number of injured ia eiven at from twelve to Among those are ex Mayor Howes of Battle back and side Engineer Mcltoberta and Fireman Gregg are both residents of Jackson and leave A staff of physicians is on the scene of the disaster attending the injuries of the A squad of them made n rush for the polls with their and for a time the situation looked Trouble was by the Progressives keeping perfectly The sheriff know who Cadell and that it woulu not ilo to molest a United Btiites so he commanded them to fall Cadella vote was bow with the rest of the Progressives and they were prevented from opening separate polls by an order from who held that it was treason to the govern Not only were the white men kept from voting at but Indians by who wanted to vote for also On the other ne who are not citizens of the Nation by treaty or constitution were allowed to cast their votes for Many full bloods who would have supported the Progressive ticket were thus coerced into vooing for The situation In this nation stands thus If only the fullblood and negro vote is counted Byrd will be tho next governor and the negroes will be On the other if the citizens which represents ninetenths of the wealth of the nation is Paul will be gov ernor and this country enter upon a aes of prosperity such BB was never known here In an interview with Sam Paul today he said There are juat grounds for a contest and I intend to reaort to every ligitimate course to maintain my he the disfranchise ment of these people is legal then there in no law hut force in the Nation and the limit to the acts of Byrds administration is HUKYINO A A FIGHT WITH A WILD Unpleasant Kxperlenco of Express messen ger Taylor While Kn Messen ger George Taylor had a fight for his life last night with a wild cat on his run to Louis from Kansas City over the Amongst the packages placed in his care was a box containing two wild shipped from the Indian Territory and consigned to the zoological gardens An hour after the train left Kan sas City Taylor discovered that one of the wild cats had broken out of the He picked up a piece of tarpaulin and when tha animal sprung at its claws be came fixed in the While sus pended in this way the messenger gave the brute a Again and again tbe animal but was beaten off by At last Taylor succeeded in throwing the canvas around the Then he got hold of a coupling pin and beat it into DltBcaUles lu Ilurylns KIOFouml Anulo after noon the mam motu body of Annie weighing 400 who died Tuesday night at her 110 Pop lar waa laid in its last resting place after as much trouble had been encoun tered in conveying the remains to the grave as in securing a coffin large enough lo receive Yesterday afternoon the womans body was placed in a cofilu made especially to accommodate Tne casket was made of and on account of the womans stature of six the coffin was seven feet in and on account of her three feet wide and twentysix inches from bottom to top as it lay Uai upon the long Handles there were to the number of but they were not for The pall eight in num who bore the casket to the hoarse and from the hearse to the sup ported their burden by hand upikes run beneath the When the time came to remove the body to the a new difficulty was The casket could not go through the iut the panel was knocked down and the casket was placed In the special the only one in town long enough to re ceive An immense crowd of the women the deceased had known in her degraded life followed the hearse to the grave and had previously thronged tbe undertaking At the cemetery It was found almost Impossible for human hands to lower the heavy casket into the a hole eight feet six wide and eight but that too was at last accom plished and Giantess Annie McGowan at last CONDITION OF Weekly Report of Dun Ooa Commercial Tlic Industries Are Doing Rather Lcm and the Spccnlators Are Doing Wheut Takes a Doom While Com Shawn a Slight Ad vjtncBtl Prices of Grain Result In a Sharp Fulling Off In From Interior Generally FaTor NKW Dun weekly leview of trade says Tho in dustries are doing rather Ices and tlie speculators are doing That is the weeks history in The general average of prices of commodities IB rap idly rising and has advanced more than per during the past Wheat has advanced oats ono cent and corn having been pushed high before the report has since de clined Pork ia 50 cents per barre but hogs are coming for ward in great number and do not ad The exports of grain are all effected by and of Hour and corn ship ments are leas than half those of the same week last Cotton has fallen but is still so high that purchases are Oil has risen Tho wool manufacture shows no improvement and many makers express growing disgust at the of pur except for the cheaper Wool does not advance and the heavy imports of goods In dry jobbers note that north ern and western buyers are more num erous In this market than but that while cotton goods are well sold the woolens is only The reports from other cities are geu eraliy no complaint being any where made as to the volume of current The business failures occuring throughout the country during the last seven days number as compared with 208 last For the correspond ing week last tbe figures were FOKCKl INTO Senftatlonal Story of a Mysterious Mar riage Told by tho Clara WANTS A Ida DUey Says Henry Olxoy Does Not Support Murder and North Plaits last Newman shot his then turned the weapon upon him Both were instantly The only cause known for the deed is that the woman went to a show the night previous the wishes of her hus News From Ban CITY OK MEXICO via Aug dispatches received here from San Salvador atate that President Ezeta will await the opening of peace negotiations three days longer and will then reopen hostilities if Cbolera at cases of cholera have been discovered One al ready proved The appearance of the disease hare has caused intense ex People of all classes are mak ing hurried preparations to Hallway train out of collided with a freight train two miles weat of to Engineer Israel Vrooman and bia flremm were at no higher figures than he could It has not helped the consumer because pork is no cheaper than I have ventured upon no word of com plaint against your duty on which in late years you have more than We fix our own duties from our own views of the public needs and cannot take exception to you doing the Hut considaring the large advance which you have already made you will allow me to suggest in our varied experience on this it has been found that lower duties often produce greater rev euuesthanhigh They permit a lib eral importation which an excessive duty checks or Precisely for that reason our house of representatives has now voted to advance crtain duties to re duce an excessive In view of the facts that the production of salt pork in France does not meet the demand and that yourrevenueiB not excessive it can nosmthls case be in your interest any more than in ours to impose a duty which would check Importation from the country that has the largest supply and can furnish if at the lowest Reed suggests that if France should persist in excluding American the United States might decide to exclude certain French a large g amount of which are now Imported by on account of tbe deleterious drugs and chemicals uied in Reed says But I refuse to follow that Keenly at we feel the indefensible nature of your we are most anxious to avoid even a suggestion of possible That is path not to be entered lightly or without full consider ation of the mutual injuries to it may Tbe biuinest of diplomacy at any rate is to make trade easier an national more not to NO BLOOD But tho wan Keudy for It If Chleka Baw election is over so far as heard no blood hes been Authen tic returns from three counties give Byrd a majority of the full blood Tishomlngo county has not been heard but it is safe to say that the same course was pursued there as The white citizens were restrained from voting by proclamation by who had his armed militia at each precinct and had In voked the protection of the Indian agent A email squad of Indian police was placed at each precinct to preserve Upon tendering their votes and beingre f used tbe white citizens withdrew and counted their taking each mans name and noting how he wished to loing this to make a basis for a contest At Pickens Indian agent Leo Bennet was present in per and swore in the Judges and clerks lor the disfranchised for the pur pose of having the returns properly cer tilled In Panala county everything passed oft The white men withdrew and counted Tbe fullblood vote wai about equally divided 33j At Btonevf Pontotoc coun NEW Ida Dixey has instituted a suit in the supreme court for a limited divorce from Henry the on the ground of abandonment and Dixey is in where he is professionally He expects to leave for San Francisco on On the wifes appli cation Judge Beach today granted an or der for the service of the summons by The couple were married une and have two Dixey alleges that she and the chil dren have been dapnved of the society and support of Dixey since Sept when he abandoned them without She says she has conducted herself with managed the household affairs of her husband with prudence and econ omy and at all times treated him with kindness and Fates of 770 Bioad who alleges that she was married to Frank Btevena while she was under the intluence of druga at New made tho following statement this Stevens is stout and boyish He has a red face and eore and is the personification of vulgar ity and He IB the last person in the world I should I went to New Haven on the Fourth of and remained until the I was the guest of and Stevens of 88 Da Wilt I first met Slovens here about four years She was a pleasant girl and then 1 believe that woman plotted and planded a long time to nave me married against my will to her 1 visited New Haven at her written That woman was always talking about and saying what a nice young man Frank I oegan feeling bad a day or two after my I never be fore experienced such My head buzzed and and my vision wai blurred most ot the At no time would this designing woman leave ma to I began to suspect something was I detected a peculiar taint in the and became convinced that it had been tampered I refused to drluk coffee after They not only coaxed me to drink but almost forced the drugged stuff upon I began to feel that I was in and told Stevens that 1 was going She replied I guess you wont go I demanded to know She then told me hat I had mar ried Frank The others in tbe houae also laughed and said i was mar At first I supposed they were jok I did not remember such a thing as mariiage It finally The Executive Board lu Hew NEW Master Workman accompanied by the members of the general executive board of the of arrived here to night from They refused to talk and went to the Cloud Kaitsas Whe JUNCTION count of the mail vote for officers of the Kansas division League of American was made tonight with the ollowing result Chief Junction 48 Vice 45 Junction Paul and Byrd were present It being the home ot the Utter he bad taken every precaution to have things kit Paul tad bit 43 Only fortyseven votes were cast out of a memberihip ot No one ot the scattering candidates reaeived more than one dawned upon me that I had been entrapped Into being I made inquiries and learned the awful As soon as possible I returned to My mother was not at home on my ar Four days later I told her I did not try to keep the affair Becret so far as she was Stevens had called at the house 1 gave Mm to understand that 1 wan not his wife of my own I did not even respect Under no circumstances would I live with 1 generally managed to get out of bis way when be Mibs or is an at tractive 10 years She is a mem ber of the First Bapsiet A lawyer haa been retained to have the marriage lie will take tbe ground that the marriage la as the girl waa forced into and her residence was given to the clergyman as Henry George lu George last evening addressed a most enthusiastic meeting at Wai In the courae of bis remarks he said that he had found during his present stay lu the country that tbe single tax principle wan progress Ing at an enormous rate in George also declared that the prospects were very hopeful for a drastic alteration of maintaining land Cardinal Man ning has written an extremely pathetic letter in which be deplores tbe fact that advancing age and increasing infirmity will prevent him being present at the funeral of late Cardinal whom he affectionately speaks of as his dearest friend on A Very Old tbe Mineral was believed to be tbe oldest person in the United died Wednesday night at her a brief She waa 120 yean ot age at the time ot her Wlnueri at ol todays races King Uaid ot Architect and eather Forecast till 8 For Kansas Fair ooolei ia stationary tempera ture in loutheast portion toaUMily becoming
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