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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 17, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                LARGEST is viMtl liy more pcopli than any niher Kansas IS HUTCHINSON Best Advertising in llic yield the host SUNDAY AUGUST OUR fsomo of the Trails That Charac terize the IV Heading Clerk Who Has lUdnced the Economy of Time to a Fine That Kvon Kali nin May Vllt With ProprletyInterentlUE Fftoti About the Sugar Inilunrr A Oovern ment Agent Who Great Faith Outlook for fects ot the Disability IooBlon Tim HDTCHINHON NEWS 800 Twelfth f ilifl ter AnderBODjOf Miseis Blister of Ulster Buck Mistr Matr1 Htr dt Too above quotation will show that the gentleman who is transacting mom of the business in the house of representa tives Is doing wbat he can to expedite The profession of reading clerk miy not seem an altogether ab sorbing and yet when one gets used to the present order of roll like everything its interesting It ia an ill wind that dom not blow relaxation to some part of the council Evory time John p on the order for a rollcall Speaker Thomas Read sits down in his big When Roevea takes up the reins of tipatkar the gavel on top of the house and looks severely through each exasperating Democrat who answers to his Shouiil HiOVtis maintain to the tbe deliberation of manner and exactness of pronunciation wili which he out rtll call would consume from four but the easy stage by which lia alideii from the harsh and iaburtd Mistec BiaKhwul nnil Mia Bar wig to tbe ryllimlr and sooiliful Sir finloa and dtrEdnuirida great delight to the and uuite recon cilea us to leaving the debate provoking bills on the TO Your cnrrtSpuudeiit observed with regret that certain Kansas newspapers have fallyu into evil such as havo so lofcg prevailed m the degenerate lilelightiug aa it were in wilful und wicked iaterpreUtiua when it can i point nflaiuHC au Kor tbe bene rit of and in justice to Ander of it seems necessary to iplement the letter concerning that itlniuau by that the Met opohtan club of Washington is com iosfid eacirely of gentlemen and none ithout qualification enjoy its Nor ia this club a la been nor U Ander lon the only prohibitionist wlio Bods tha beerless hotel and boarding uoutm if thn capital somewhat ameliorated by be social atmosphere of tho reading and lining rooms at the If Kansas In lands to restrict her delegation from inturing into the presence of a wine lit she must instruct each member to out of every hotel and most of the retentioua boarding bouses in tbe J ahe might also suggest that they ij try a cold lunch in tho tail pockets of coats when on duty at tbe I Bscausu an industrious NKHH corree may have occasion to find fault jood a Qtt cnmmilB grevioux error ol IK an inter Bhe does not imply The bureau is inking after the Kansas linn with absolute ih a supreme regard for WICKEDEST MAN IN orrespoodent lays claim to hav rthed tha wickedest man in Asher Graham Cairuth of y is entitled to whatever per jo with that patartt of deks ago the country at large horror the Bhamelesa act ot a who emptied three bottles of icky Bourbon Into the house c plain What gave joke ita peculiarly diabolical Sari not only the fact of inveglllug prohibitionists into breaking but that each and every tee lamb declared it to be an ex irily satisfying This work of Ashar Graham Oar one lapse from grace does fce a the member from did not win his hoofs and utll high noon oae day of last On that particular occasion the Mllburn undertook to open house session with Reed stood up erect as a pike and the eye on the Republican Bide 9 The little pages squabbles about the foot of all the and of In the august chamber up or became their seamed tobs si lently voting with the No not for one this same Asher ham of at the par aona opening sentence jabbed bis pen into the Inkwell on his desk and con tinued to write wickedly and during tho entire time he was being commended to divine Being on the Democratic the speakers right eye caught but the blind like the Innocent prohibition was at the mercy of this most irrev erent KANSAS Interest in Kansas sugar making will be revived this week in Sterling by the arrival of Karl McElroy a government special and expert in the breed ing of sugar cane and the analysis of su Young McElroy was recently selected as assistant by gov ernment when sent to examine tho allegel sugar frauds of the custom house iu New York and his having been placed in charge of the experimental siation at Sterling iu guaranty of first class Work tnis year will begin where it left oH last Hnd with equally gratifying result the sugar Industry of Kansas may be regarded aa a permanent Iu the thousand analyses already Bald McElroy thii other the possibilities of have been fairly well When the luestion of sorghum breeding was first undertaken the average per of sugar in the ordinary Held cane was but 8 or U or 12 in the moot favorable The Urut attempts to raise a higher grade of cane were made two years ago by ana lyzing cane grown from a collection se lured from all parts of the The highest per resulting the first year from analyses was the second year was raised to much of it yielded 20 per while the average was This increase of Buuar ID tbe cane is obtained by u careful pre lerving of eeod heads belonging to tho best yielding McElroy is looking to the raising of if not exactly stick will certainly put sorghum in the Meld us the rival o eouthern sugar The young gentleman Is accompanied by his Miss who is a charming young Just out of This bright liulw debutante declares her in teutlon of studying tugnr chemistry un rler her brothers direction and of assist ing Mm In nil work at Sterling Uuriag the next three TUB UuieBB a vlgorouB hand ia laid upon tho throttle of this SJhoree power automatic talking machine in the north wiug of the it is more than likely that tbe thing Uabtiel husra on the great eventful morning will bo something about tin barbed tacas or The nearer the end the farther away it If the dear peo ple who amuea theiuaolvsB sanding men to caogretfe only Chat they afterward polio them with could look in upon this allsummer tussle of their it might inspire them with some measure of cuualderation for theao overworked Unless tirill dobato is lim ited and the obstructing minority of the has a change of heart the Fiftyfirst congress will linger ia the lap ot tho and tue new year will find the Lodge bill still clamoring for a Throughout this toilsome aefaiou the Kansas delegation to a man has remained at its No one ot these gentlemen has been absent more than for an evening ex curalon to Marshall or at most for a Bunday out of Neither cun nor the Jacoblan wrestle on the tariff schedule impairs thn health of Senator as for ho can preside over the senate even straight hours with a mercury look ing when he leaves tho chair as fresh aad cool and as saucily independ ent HS the belle of the ball when she steps on the Uoor for the first In spite of the bake oven in which the senators have been sizzling and neither of these gentlemen have been beguiled into slouchy flannel string silk sashes and giddy yellow On hot days Senator Plumb wears a light gray suit on cooler one of dark blue dis playing a broad expanse of white a shining Byron collar and a tie that was probably just at hand that blue or a gay red and Senator In galls makes no concession to appearing on hot and cool days alike in a harmony in Of the Kansas people Peters and Morrill show most effects of the hot and unremittant work in the and it looks as If aome either voluntary or on ware now in TUB DISABILITY There may be a few persons yet who claim that the disability bill not much of a slice after The bill was signed June Up to fl pension claims bad been and tbe entire pension office IB now under whip aud spur with claims a day pour ing When the rush will cease or les sen no one can FLOBKNCB Yesterdays Proceedings In Both Branches of Tho Hivcrfl anil Harbors Appropria tion Kill Amended nud Passed by the Balu la late rains have been heavy In the country surrounding Quthrie and the flood this morning swept away the dam latley put In the Cottonwood river to furnish power for flour Bfluator Quay to Have thu Union Changed fo an to Facilitate LegIilatlou The AutlLotterjr Rill Pauei the Xiouito Without a Proposi tion to Convert the Battlefield or Ohlcauiauca Into a National Otlier nenato continued consideration of the river and harbor Various amendments to the bill were offered and During the progress of this business Quay asked leave to ottur a resolution ordering that during the present seaslon of congress the senate will not take lip for consideration of any legis lative business other than the tariff conference general uppropria lion pension relating to thn public to the United Htatsa to the postal to agricultural ant to public buildings and senate concurrent that the consideration of all other bills shall be postponed until next that a vote shall be taken on the tariff bill and on the amendments pend ing without further debate on the voting to commence at 2 and to continue on that and subsequent to the exclusion of all other until the bill and pending amendments are finally disposed Notice is given that cuch an order will be offered for adoption in the The residingOfficer inure objection to tue request of the senator from that ho be allowed to Introduce the resolution now The Presiding being made the resolution cannot be in Tue consideration of tho river and harbor bill was then pooceeded with on amendments offered by individual sen After much discussion the Important amendments adoptad by couimlltnn of the whole was agreed to and the bill was A conference asked and Dolpu and liansome tvnro appointed confereesoutlia part of tiio Qiiivy gave notice of htB nttntion to uiovu tor the change of rules is hat out in the resolution which he hurl aiilvod uuauimouft consent to tfter and aiid ho would call up the motion ou After an executive session tho senate THrf house look up the antilottery Grain offered un etrUing out clause providing that the public advertisement of a lottery company that remittances may be made to any other corporation or prrsoae shall bd held to be on acknowledgement ol the existence of a lottery Subsequently Craiu withdrew his After considerable debate the bill wap passed without Hayes of who had voted in the atrlrmativa for tout purpose entered a motion to reconsider the by which the house had passed the McKay bill The house thnn The Oulvogton Uarbor Hill Galveatoi deep water harbor at last seems to be The bill appropriating 000 for thla work passed the bouse some time and owing to the long delay and poor prospects of getting It through tho senate as a separate measure Hu provisions were inserted in the river and harbor bill by the senate committee on commerce Under this agreement oaly f is tc be appropriated for immediate bu secretary of war is authorized to make a contract to complete the harbor at a cost not to eiceod Con gress ia therefore practically pledged to appropriate the full amount as is needed probably at the rate originally suggested by the friends o the deep harbor The amendment wai passed by the Benatn to day without op position during the consideration of the rivor and harbor and the house will no doubt agree when the measure Is re turned to that as it will be next The government having thus pledged itself to finish this important it is probable the Galveston people will havo no difficulty in devising plant and means to have it pushed to comple tion much earlier tban the contemplate contract KBUBIU havi been granted Kansans as follows Cuba Kingman Jamea Htandley Delhi George Manchester Is rael Topeka James Gard Manhattan Alfred Doug lass Klisha Raymond Andrew Wilson Milton Tbayer John Parsons Ralph 0 Independence Joseph Law Emporla George Ga lena Leavenworth Alei Beguln Samuel Hor Hutchin widow of Ularkson Bedgwick Maria widow of Hezekiah Jackeon Minneapolis minon of Richards Osnthia forme widow ot William The censu office to day practically completed amount of population of the There about enumeration the returns o which have not been The mint up to this time shows nn aggregate i and when the entire count s finished the population of the according to Porters will e about an Increase of about 0 per during the Quay Trfoft to Knd the Quay flked unanimous consent to offer a reso utlon for a change of rules so as to bring be senate to a vote on the tariff bill 0 and to limit other legislation to appro riatlou public building con erence but Edmunds bjected and the resolution waa not Minority Report of tbe Lottery ayep of has submitted to the ouse a minority dissenting from le views recommendations of the majority of tha committee on postolllces nd postroads on the antilottery THE STRIKERS They Seem to Have the Bear by the Tall Just U Members or the Switchmens Mntnal Aid Association Work on the relent frame on Thnt Itoad Completely The strike Likely to In volve Other KoadH Lending Aid to the Central The striken Jubilant anil Claim They Will Urine tho llaMroaa Preserving of in the house today itutimitteu he conference report on the bill to ee a national park at the battle Held f Uhlckamauga and it was agreed Population of popula on of the city of as nnounced by the census bureau ia which it an increase of or er Attorney General gtouoa DKS janeral John Stone of has given written opinion of tbe present status of IB Iowa prohibition law in so far as it ffects the inter state shipments of In substance he Bays The Sect ot tbe decision of tbe supreme ourt in the case of LeUey et was to deny that tbe prohibitory aw wasaplicable to inter state shipments The effect of the ecent act of cougresa was to make such liquor subject to that n my judgment tho true construction of he recent act is that congress intended tate laws already in SB well a those hereafter shouM apply liquor coming into the state tor ale or Tho language of tbe aw of congress supports the view that a aenactment of the state law is not necesaary to give vitality to its pro Optioned to H DumocratB n convention hero today elecud 1oter Wiluon sort White ftlegates to the state and Jhftrlea John Ituatell aud lljburts the congreaaiomil The delegates aro Tbe conven ion was decidedly in oppositkm to the coulition with tho peoples Klneman largely attouded mooting of the Democratic county central committoe wan held at the democrat ofllce Humphreys and Kabier were elected delegates to tbu congressional convention at Pritt next Moore and Weir were elected delegates to the con vention at Wichita The eeati ment expressed was more than J to 1 against putting out a county Pttwaeu Ouuuty a meeting of the Republican county committee Ililts and Ieter were elected delegates to the state con vention The Democratic convention was in ses sion at the same time and elected Polk Uline and Horemell delegates to the Seventh district congressional con Weekly Hunk settle ment of New York banks de legal 200 circu Thesb changes decrease tho surplus revenue and leave a deficit of against a surplus of iaat week Ellsworth Re publicans of Ellsworth county held their convention here today aud nominated a strong county ticket Baxter wa nominated for representative and in structed to vote for tbe reelection o John Resolutions were endorsing tbe national and atate tidciin also Ingalls and Beady For the 150 o the best horses in the representing all the large breeding farms of Kansas are here in readiness for next week summer race Invincible Campbells Electioneer and Joe Young all holding beat state records are entered The most successful meeting in the tracks history is To Succeed Milt on and that ake another 111 see steps taken by the railroad corn Repub loans ot Oklahoma met to day and nom Inates Coulson of can didate for representative at in th Oklahoma to succeed the lat Milton Be Is a Harper auii Barber Delegates from Harper and Barber coun ties assembled bete toAay and placed i nomination Ambon as the Democratic candidatefor judge the Twentyfourth judicial Governor Humphrey at 16 campaign In tbe Sixth district waa openec hern today by Governor Humphrey an who addressed ft larg largely compoMd ot farmer The meeting was a Company to Terms Plnkerton toctlvev JDe To say that e local striking Knights of Labor are ibilant would be putting it hey are overjoyed at the turn affairs ave taken and seem more confident of uccess than They held an impor nt meeting this afternoon for the pur ose of discussing tbe Ma of the executive committee om said Buffalo is consld ed the key to the situation and we will o our best to hold I made a predic So I will Inside ol five days you secret meeting of all the trainmen on the Nickle Plate road has been called for to morrow to take place at The meeting will include switchmen and It cannot be ascertained for what purpose the meeting has beeu but as the Nickle Plate is part of the Vanderbil system it le surmised that mutters per taining to the strike on the New York Central will be Another Strike In strike among the Rock Island switchmen at Forty second street occurred tonight and all traffic la Tbe cause of the trouble was hat James Murphy was die charged by Yardinnater Cary for intoxi it is Fullluf lutii Lin any looking towards You ark my The live stock shipments from this despite the assistance given by the est and are at ast a week There is no know K how long it will take them to get aught It was learned tonight that the switch en on tho Central and West Shore peti oned for Chicago wages before the rika in the They asked that an newer be returned to their petition on or efore No concession as been said one on the work f the labor agitators now in town lookha passenger ig on and encouraging the the wltchmen were ready to strike next Monday if this had not been precipi As it ia now the switchmen declare tat their men must be taken and 10 wages of all The police are all stopping at the sta on houses ready for a call to uell a disturbance at any Up the present hour everything is The strikers are STKIKB wltchmen In tho Uuflfalo YnrdA Oo Out auit Confuitloo Helena Among 4 oclock this morning 300 switchmen in tho Central nd West Shoro yards struck here was the worst tangle of trains and ngines in the Central depot this morn gthit has bueen since the strike H piwsengsr trains entering the Central epot werabsluud lime this morning and big train house presents a coafuned pectuclo as at any time since the ulrike A crew of men weo oroered round horn froru the firie street depot to tnka the place of strikers in IB tram said of Uio came but did not like tha jib nad ent a dnlegatipn to yupermtouduut Bur own asking him to send tbum bock to he Erie street depot as union objected to being detailed to take le places of brother unionists out on a Burrows determined they should act aa he and ley A telephone mesBagn from Blankrack stated that all tbe Central witchnien had struck there this morn but that the firemen were still at The West Shore le not affected at The action of the switchmen gives a new phase to tho Central It ban ow spread beyond the Knights of he men who went out this morning are nembers of the Switchmens Mutual Aid a national organization ex ending all over the It baa a membership of about 800 in this Comparatively few switchmen are in the Cnights of Labor It was Grand ilaater of the Switchmens or ganization who ordered this mornings He arrived here last It ia said by the men that thn strike fa ikely to extend all over tho Vanderbilt if the trouble here ia not spaed ly and that it certainly will pread should an effort be made to have nonunion switchmen handle Central ihort It is stated that should the roads out Ida the Vanderbilt system consent to ake Central freight the switchmen on heee outside roads will be called In his connection it is reported that the irie road has refused to handle Central fearing trouble with its switch There is no concealing the fact hat the switchmens strike has greaMy added to the gravity of the this ivening as a freight manned by inkerton was pasting through thi northern part of the city several hoyi itonedthe Two of the men fired in tbe one of the balls as8ing through the ankle of John aged a molder standing near Tue police arrested Uober James fatterson and Thomai three Bhortly after the sbootinir affray at the Van Woert street Edward Cana a Pinkerton man assaulted Ohristo pher Lang with a club and he was taken into Another Pinkerton man named Charles who was walk ing up the tracks at that point swinging a loaded gun and was arrestei and Another Pinkerton man wh Arew his revolver on a crowd of disput ing strikers was also Striken at Albany Feel striker here are confident and say that they wll They evidently have something o which to base their but do not aa what Bulletins issued from tb headquarters ot the Knights of Labo every hour continue to speak encour sningly of the situation and counsel tb men to stand Heetloc of Nickle Matt Leader special from Fort TKAINH Fatal Accident on the Alton and Snrlunlleld most serious wreck that ever occurred in this vicinity occurred last evening on the Alton and Springfield railway near Clif ton This road is building an extension from a point seven miles above Alton to the village of on the Mis sissippi The men working on tbe axtension go out from here on a con struction train every morning and return in the It has been the rule to leave a man stationed at the switch when the construction train goes up at night to watch tue passenger which is due to pass there at 6 This precaution wae and when tbe work train as it was past tbe time for the the men supposed that it had and the work Main started to Tne passenger train was thirty minutes and the two running at the rate ot twenty miles per collided on a curve on the Both engines were completely as was also the car on the work train and mall car on Tue passengers all escaped with noth ing more than but others fared Both engineers jumped and saved The liat ot the killed and wounded is as follows Killed Peter Smith of Charles ilcGeo of James Mcllurray of en gineer on passenger rightlegbadly crushed hipa dislocated and may not recover sup erintendent Alton and Spring field face badly cut and luft leg injured legs hadly cut anil internal injuries Patrick McCul left leg aud ribs serious John news boy on passenger train contusion of left hip and right temple te vore internal may die internal injuries right side Uenry Alton flroman on con struction foot badly hurt and legs cut Atlchacl Alton irt and may die John ud legs cut and shoulder dislocated eorge right shoulder dislocated ichatd right leg bruited and lino injured Charles cut nd internal GERMAN Preparations For tlie Emperors Visit to tie Kcfiises to Change Honto Eren at the Hccinont of the The CoiningMeetlnjr Believed to he One or Great The Jefflah or Ueadod by the Secure an Abandonment of the plication of thn Ukiuo Afalnnt Their lirethren In Copyrighted by the New York Associated Emperor Williams visit to the czar will occur this Tbe desired that the em peror should go straight to Peterc instead of landing at where the Germans continue The em peror was not left in but hav ing expressed his determination to see he declined to change his The whole circumstances of the em perors entrance into Russia will militate against the monarchints and 111 3 meeting with thocvir will bo in a genuine spirit of At noon the emptror will start for That city is already decorated with Hags and also the A villa belonging to a wealthy land owner and large manufac turer has been placed at the disposal of tho of and a meeting will be tho scene which is destined to become A post of Husalan police will guard the approach and they will be assisted by fifty German police whs left core on The csiara train has been thoroughly inspected and watch has been set along the UeGiera arrived at Petersburg today from his aummer residence Finland and will proceed to Narva where the military maneuvers began on Mon The Imperial conferences nt which Von Caprivi and DeOiera will be pre sented are expected to last over three If the omperor fails to persuade the czar toward a permanent the con ditions to be arranged through a revision of the Berlin trwity by another European the ofiicial opiniot is decided that rapid developments tending toward a European canllict are certain to Tbe Hueainn government appears to be acting in full concert with tne French Baron Von Monheinbeim was the me dium of tho representation against the persecution of tho Jews which led to the abandonment uf the application of the Jewish firms in Paris inllu e French government to operate Even the ntt have upon thn HugBiin authorities uf tho might availed unlflssit bad been backed by an inclination that the Jewish bunkers in 1niis would join the Herman and English comlitnatiuu against Uussian The Rothschilds took the initi ative in the Webster Flanagan leaves today for Henderson where he is 5 addresH a meeting of nee the nomination of the epublicans are getting their forces to Your correspondent inquired of le distinguished general if it was true hat he was the Kaputilicnn candidate or He Vhen asked If he would acuept thnnom natlon of the Republicans of the eiieral looked seaward and said uoth An Iniilua KlllB u Deputy ial Little came iu today with Johnson a Creek who killed a egro named IHvie in Pontotoc n tbe Chickaaaw a few daya ago n a drunken The negro killed was recognizcid citizen of the Chootaw Na The jurisdiction of tho United tates court here will be No artlculara of the killing can be as he witnesses to the affray have not yet Bent Wife WICHITA ent of this place named Zickery last ight beat Us wife in such a manner hat it Is thought by physicians she can Her assailant but wan ured this evening aud locked Xick ry IB an having been Bent to he penitentiary from this In ad litlon to being a desperate man general he drinks to which is said to je the cause of nights Btruck by a and Levl Trotter were crossing the Goshen and Michigan branch of the Shore at Bristol they were itruck by a passenger locomotive and both fatally lllew Ills living on homestead about en miles northwest of aulcldeU by lowing a portion of his Lead off with a musket this Dunt Llko tho UcKlnley Mcltinley bill still excites commercial circles lu the city and Thti recent consular con ference held iu this city received com plaints friMn nearly thirty chambers of pointing out the dilllculty of complying the provisions of the without destroying The con ference paaaed a resolution regretting that delegates of the chambers of com merce did not attend the aa it could have been shown that the bill did uotopreaa honest importers that its only uirn waa to piotect tho revenues of tbe United States and tho tinea and pen alties imposed by the bill were dually reenactments of old The decided to forward the oorumunluationa recaived from the to Washington for the favorable consideration that the terms of the law will It also transmitted to minister of foreign a copy of the resolutions adopted with the assurance of an earnest desire to en foice the law in the interests of honest merchants as far as possible to facilitate trade and to extend amicable commer cial A committee waB ap pointed to meet in a week or two bence and prepare a re port which will be forwarded to Waali fitoriu at KANSAS Btorm visited this cltythls The storm approached from tho driven by a high wind which did considerable damage to shade trees and loose The lightning was particularly destruc It struck a coal shed at UJiO Olive street and killed Archie Trimble and severely injured BBD two young boys who had taken refuge Many houses iu other parts of the resi dence portion of the city were also struck by The oupalo ot the Alamo building down town was struck by The lightning played around the roof for a time and then descended to the ground where it pros trated a dray uoree and rendered a car conductor Several other down town buildings were Two young rear old boy named Campbell was shot o day by a colored The two boys had pistols and were playing wild Wlnuen at MONMOUTH of todays races are Cat nt winners of to daya were Sir Ben Uy Weather till 8 Kansas Fair cooler northerly f uutij Him Per rln was found guilty of the robbeiy of the Iron Exchange bank ot Hurley lut Forty thousand dollars was stolen on the night of Kdwird Baker and Perrin were jointly charged with tbe commission of the Baker was convicted one month ago and sen tenced to five years in tbe state Perrin will be sentenced Up lu 1 oclock this morning tire broke out in the Bunneil printing works at and all the old covering about three were Tne new covering about one but in a damaged Tha Inois roughly estimated at to fully No Cholera at that chol era hu appeared here are not   

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