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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 21, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                f LAROEST THK NKWS is read by more people Minn any oilier Kansas HUTCHINSON Qjji Best Advertising A ill tllC yield the bisi IQ THURSDAY AUGUST IN senator Hoar Makes a Strong j Ploa for tbo Lodge tliuubllcnnH Urged to Pass tlie Meas ure nt tho Present or Vrye HlRoonk Take a Plmlliir View of tho of the Tariff Inspection aud Cure Lard 111 11 Taken tip by the Houie otlver Purchase Agalnat Commtftaloiier Ranm Waahlngton Quays fixing tho time for voting ou he tariff bill and demgnaing the other egialative business to be taken up at Ins wns laid before the Hoar demanded the yeas and naya the agreeing to the and offered aa a substitute for Quays his own proposition making in when any bill or resolution shall have been under con sideration for a reasonable for any senator to demand that debate thereon be He also moved to amend Quays resolution by adding to It a provision to include in the business to be taken the federal election and to have the vote taken ou it September Quay gave notice that at the proper time he would demand a division of the meaning that he would ask separate votes on his own resolution and on Hoars Hoar spoke at advocacy of his aud of his amendment the Quay to foreign ports to American Hy opening those portn millions and milli ons of foreign gold would be brought into this country and would rolieve the em barrHBsed condition of all classes of in Morgan of Mississippi diverged from the subject in hand to denounce the action of the agricultural committee in reporting the compound lard bill which ho singled out for As for the pending bill he objected that It did not include lard among the products which were to receive a certificate of He offered an amendment bringing land within operations of the nays Bayers of Texas offered an amend ment providing that Texes fever ahull not be considered n contagious or infec tious to The bill waa then The house theu proceeded under the special order to the conaideration of the bill defining Without disposing of the measure the house Charaan Agnlntt Cmmiilftiilouer special committee appointed to investigate the charges brought by Representative Cooper against Commissioner of Pensions met today to begin its The committee of Goodnight and Commissioner Haum and Representative Cooper were present at the The charges were read as a In they alleged that Commissioner sold worthleaa refrigerators to the the committee on pension office given a he had who were and that advanced many thousands of pension claims of George a pension claim us a return became been owing the Toe state superintendent of public worka ordered all manufactories laing water from the to The when caused the canal to lower so much that It waa im oaaible for canal boate to get At the present season this is a matter of reat as tbe grain trafllc tolls n grain going to amounts to hotisandB of At present there ire several mammoth ship timber rafts ying some miles below the city await ng an opportunity to get through thn the water being BO low as to render t impossible for them to The city IB in the Electric company being forced to aus end operations for lack of motive All the factories iml naw mills are closed down and hun dreds of persons have been thrown out of At Defiance aalmilar state f exiata and much destitution has een occasioned amon g the poorer TEIK Comparatively Fewtlvea Lout Conaldorlng the Hoverlty of the a consequence of the terrible devastation and consternation that followed the cy which traveled through thia city late yesterday and the fact that darkness BO quickly enveloped the it was impossible to gather much intelligence as to the extent of damage and loss of AB time goes ou the severity of the cyclone IB more and more demonstrated and it is singular that BO comparatively few lives were Hoar defended the federal election Tim house had tient to the senate a measure which it deemed essential to its own There waa nothing in the bill that It simply a blending of the English and American lawn that had been in operation respect ively for twenty and nineteen It struck at an evil in all parts of the country It applied to the whole country with special precau tions ant safeguards what the north had applied to for nearly twenty The hill struck at the north as much as at the He did not think bribery was particularly a southern It waa an offense of large cities and of old His own commonwealth had not wholly escaped from It was idle to nay that tbe bill waa reopening the iaatles of the A majority of the people of the United States believed lirmiy 10 that for yearn the of representa tives bad been a aud that for four years a usurper Had sat in the ex ecutlva chair of tlm and yet when it waa sought to transfer the ascertain ment of the will of the people from auch processes to the friends of the bill were met by the cry that they were raising a race iaaue and that this was a force There has never been a more senseless utterance than to call that a force when it transferred the settlement of a public question from the shot gun to the unices it WAS to call it a bill to defeat negro domination or create a race The Republican party was pledged to the policy of the bill by everything that could bind a Among the proofs of that fact Hoar quoted from Presi dent Harrisons inaugural and from his fl st annual message from President Hayes second annual 2nd of 1878 from President Gar flelda inaugural from tbe Republican national platform of 1834 and and from the state Republican platforms of New Alabama and Coming down to the Quay resolutions Hoar said that nobody doubted that its purpose was to defeat the federal election bill for tills The lutt Mission would last but thirtuen weeks from which the Christmas holidays would have tj be At the conclusion of Hoars speech Bpoouer moved to refer the Quay resolutions to the committee ou Frye made an impassioned address to tbe Republican senators against the mation and in favor of an amendment to the rules providing for the adoption of the previous He said that il fortythree Republican senators would sit from 10 to 6 every day and all night if the rules could bechanget in three the tariff bill passed in ten days and tbe election bill In ten days after But he had never won a battle and never retained a Applause in the gal Itrles Hiscock took the same view and opposed the reference of the Quay reso lution as leading to Edmunds replied to Fryes re and declared his opposition to thi nuzzling though he favored the tonsideration of the election nut bought it more Important than the tariff If it is he defeat it if i s puss While Edmunds tas the clock struck and he tariff bill waa laid before the senate s the unfinished business Aldrioh wau asked to lot the tariff IB laid aside but hudecliuei 10 do and so the senate upon its the pending ques tion being on McPhorsous amend mont to strike out of paragraph pagi referring to razors am tbe compound duties and to sub sttute a uniform rate of 15 per at The amendment was rejectee nays Paddock was the only Republican voting Manderson ant Plumb voting Ingalla did no Plumb moved to reduce the add tional ad valorem rate on pen knives am erasers from 50 per to 35 per cent The bill was laid aside with baone page disposed of ihe house amendments to the agrioul ture college aud the inspection bills wer told before the senate and concurred in The bills now go to the president for hi THE house be gan consideration of the senate meat in spection Funston of chairman o the committee on eaid that to open surety upon the commissioners note for f Chairman Morrill thought that the best way to conduct the investigation would bo to examine every point made m and this course was de cided Each aide then submitted lista of witnesses to be and the committee adjourned until Tensions fur have beeu granted to citizens of Kansas a follows act George Al Ellsworth Peter Beloit Jacob Ness City Smith Hutchinaon Abraham Newton Wollas Galena Roman Hutchinaon Restoration and Nick Saratoga Gard Lawrence John Jenry West Plains Fraz Da Witt Emporin rederick Kansas City lichael National Military Home oah Wamego Harmon act lary widow of Milton Foster Vdel Sarah widow of Henry Cenaaa censui lice today announced the result of the ount of tho population of a number o as follows Washington or per cent Ar tanaas J43 Fort increase or per Silver amoun if silver bullion offered for sale to the reaaury department today is The amount purchased was ounces aa follows ounces at ounces at 110876 100 ounces at ounces at for Cape May president eft Washington on the oclock train his morning for a weeks visit to Cape flay accompanied by exSenator proposed by this Numerous Conventions of Vari ous Parties Bold TITO Kepnhllcnng Allowed to Retain Contented Meats In the Missis sippi Uongreaaman Anderaon Captures the Dlcklnaon Conntj Conffreaalonal Dele KatoB Peoploa Party In Convention nt Halton Nominate riie Dem ooraoy of Prolilbltlnnldbi of Senator Vance lEndoratod by HlB North Carolina Other The entire session of the constitutional convention today was consumed In the discussion of the contested of Moore and against Melcherr and all of Boliviar where the negroes are in the as pre viously indicated in these is a fullblooded and WHS once a slave of thn late Jeffereon He IB roof and there is a fair prospect that it will be ready to occupy boforo cold During the ruin of Monday night the thermometer fell to flftytwo degrees above zero and flrea Tuesday were quite Tbe school districts of the county have voted the usual number of months of school for the Many of the county districts will have the eight months District 14 has voted bonds for a school The city lost its were most about the frequented Bewell of New Destitution In commanding the United States troops at this station has made a personal investigation of the condition of the colored settlers in tbe Blackjack north of the Cimarron He says their condition has been exag and that be did not find a single case of absolute All of them have log small pigs and The country is covered with heavy growth of and the Rock Island railroad offers a market for all the cord wood that can be There is no Hall why any ablebodied person in that locality should There are a few old feeble people who will need aid this fall and otherwise the people are able to take care of He will recommend that no free donations of money or provisions be made to able bodied but that tbey be em ployed to work upon the public high building bridges and other neces sary work and that a portion of the con gressional appropriation be used to fur nish settlers with seed for next years part around the depot presents its worst The Ninth regiment is on in answer to the proclamation by he The soldiers are assisting the police in maintaining order and are everywhere eager to assist in whatever A careful estimate places the number of buildings destroyed at nearly 400 and some estimate that it will exceed this The loss will probably reach if not although n the present cbaoa no possible means of making a close estimate At the city hospital several victims are cared Some of them cant possibly So far as can be ascertained this morning tbe following are known to have been killed and injured in addition to those reported last night Instantly 70 years Eva Maston Eliza her John her aged 13 of Jones end sixty fatally A MAN WITH How Ik HoraeTlllof Captured Hit Throe WouldBe KANSAS a sewingmachine living at Lees was driving in Casa about four miles of yesterday morning when he passed man driving a horse and cart Somera recognized the horse and cart as property that had been described as and as a reward of 50 bad been offered by the antihorse thief as sociation for tbe capture of the man or Bomere determined to do some He stopped at a farmers house and endeavored to borrow a The farmer did not have but joined and the two drove on to tbe next Here they also failed to get a and driving on they met the man in the road endeavoring to sell the horse to an other There being three of them they felt The farmer with Somers spoke up and the horsethief he well At thia the Nf Jlaugaed loud and 1 b old fashioned Colts revolver from its he commanded Somers and he farmer with him to get out of twohorse and then mt de i ho men lie down with their faces o t earth and about ten feet from each He then proceeded to search He found nothing in farmers but took a silver n moue several society badges and other small articles from Somers got in o Burners rig and drove Someis and the farmers then got The thief had left the horse and ut the horse ran away and Somers and Farmer 1 went after but did not latch it until it had broken tbe cart to They then walked into Lees leading the stolon horse iomers bad started to A posse from Lees Summit spent lost night in searching for the but did not find This Seiners horses walked home with the wagon in good It is supposed that the thief turned them loose to avoid being about 45 years of and the possess or of considerable property in his own Though without the advantage conferred by a good edu he is a man of superior intelli gence for one of his opportunities and is a speaker of no mean He pre sented Ilia case in a speech of thirty min utes and hie earnest but modest and respectful manner and homely elo quence made deep impression on the His remarks were followed by a compliment paid to no other The election by a majority of three to reported in avor of the but fortunately for the con teatees the minority report was presented by exAttorney General whose able treatment of too questions carried conviction witn it on every point and left the convention no course but to decide in favor of the which was promptly done by a vote of 19 to Ratea to Kopubltoiui secretary of the Republican state central has been of ficially adviaed that by agreement of the Western Passenger all Kansas roads will make a rate of one fare for the round trip from all points in to Topeka and for the Republican state tickets to be sold September 2nd and good for return trip till September Peoples party for till the Fifth congressional district met in this city to and nominated Ji bn of Junction for He is pub lisher of the Tribune of that WlHconsln Republi can state convention convened here to Governor Hoard was placed in nomination and a motion to make his re nomination by acclamation was carried amid and Governor Hoard was theu sent He was enthusiastically applauded and spoke Treat of Green was nominated for lieutenant governor and the convention A SEBIOUS The Drought In the Usuiuee Valley Ing Great heavy drought of the past month has caused the farmers In and about the Maumee valley much anxiety and has renderec almost worthless their It has also entailed much suffering among the la boring clauses in the little cities in th aurrounding It IB the greatca drought known in The Maumee river Is at least three feet lower than 1 baa ever been known tbt farmers is well nigh bemj cooked by the There have been no rains of importance in three months At Napoleon every mill and manufac luring concern using water for mottvi adjourned till 8 California SAN Demo crats of California met in conven tion here The platform reaf firms the principles of the platform of declares in favor of the election of United States senators by voting the peo ple in favor of the eight hour the Australian unlimited coinage of and denounces the federal election They Named a Lackawana Democrats held their county convention Master Workman Powderly of the Knights of Labor was unanimously the choice of the conven tion for but his friends would dot permit his name to be mentioned as Powderly would not accept General Zimmerman waa Flnney County GARDEN weather continues very but with rainB all around us and BO chilly this morning as to show wet weather not far off though we have had none here alnoe July Crops continue good with abundance of winter teed for Al falfa has been badly Injured by grass hoppers in limited but IB now doing well with good prospects of plenty of water in the Arkansas river to pro mote its There will be a great abundance of feed here this winter for thousands of all kinds of for both outsiders and Judge Morgan has nearly re covered from his terrible attack of moun tain fever and will soon be out Dell one of our go ahead young business has also had a severe attack of the same dread but ia now thought to be out of Ben Neal was at work last week on the Ingalla mill and the end of a plank on which he had carelessly tilted letting him fall twentysix strik ing various piecea of machinery as he all doubled up in a but fortun ately not breaking any bones or being seriously It waa a very close and Ben is now safe at home nursing his bruised and swollen Britton has sixty acrea of broom corn which haa done remarkably well not withstanding the He expects to get nearly a full crop and is much elated at the as he has taken extra care in its The United States experimental managed by Profeaeor Sewalls of Den with Brooks as ia perfectly brilliant with its vivid green grasses the seeds of which have been brought from all over the and especially from the arid regions of Afri The special endeavor of the man ager has been to promote the culture of nourishing grasses and grains that will flourish in an arid region without Irriga and in this he has been remarkably though water has not been dispensed with in all The recently constructed flour mill here is now in operation producing an excellent quality of Nearly all the wheat produced in this region weigha more than aixty pounds to the and tbe product is very satisfactory in deed to the The clear profits on this mill when operated are stated aa something It is to be hoped that this will prove to be the case and that the enterprising pro prietors of these concerns may indeed find them to be perfect A traveler remarked the other day that he had seen Denver flour regularly on Bale in the Nashville aud other markets of middle If this is the case our market is indeed a boundless one right in our own It may be re membered by some of your readers that Hour took the first pre mium at the New Orleans exposition in The melon as is abundant and This noble fruit ia so whole some taat no one can uee it to No wonder the negroes are so fond of man inadnit fiisteror at the rate of for the Baturday Sunal will make an attempt to bent the First Rice For pacing and trotting Manager Maggie A second bent Second Race For 4 yearolds Belle B Florence Dillard second best Third clans Kono F Alven second best 2 Fourth trot Alfred D McDall second beat Fifth Pacing Turk Franklin second best Raced Over spectators were at the driving park to see the grand circuit races Amid much applause who will be 79 years old in got into a fourwheel skeleton wagon and drove Belle Hamlln and Justina a mile to beat their record of The quarter was made in the half in 4i the threequarters in and the mile In amid great The mares were raised by Hamlln and he also raised their dams In tbe puree Golden Rod Miss There were eleven Best In the Big Light was Best time In the free for all pace Hal Pointer Best The Abilene tic crowds attended the opening day of the Abilene Fair Associations summer raca The management was more than pleased with the which included horsemen from every large city in Todays races re sulted as follows Yearling Starr Kan sas Russell Nama Medim third best Two fifty seven entries Pat OBrien Bro Gears Golden Girl third beat forty four teen entriea Kentucky Russell Forest King Idontifeld third bess the Knights of called on President Webb at 4 oclock thia caught and came to Kansas City on Ho is described as a man about 28 years of five fleet seven inches medium with a blonde dark clothes and a dark cowboy hat with leather according to the coolest man on Confederate Aaaoclatlon of Confed erate Association of met here About are The stars and stripes decorated business and public buildings and private A barbecue waa Four forty sheep and forty shoats were pre Shelby and Elijah Gates are here and received an ovation from tbe members of the The Peoolea congress ional convention ot the Peoples party met in this city today and nominated Clark of Brown for The resolutions declare in favor of the Louis and Kansas state platforms and oppose the support of any man for con gress who accepts the nomination from any other Pennsylvania state Prohibition convention met here Delegates to the number of from every county in the were of was made permanent A recess was theu An Old IHtliou one of the first settlers of and a prominent died suddenly this morning from heart He arose from bed at U and was found two hours later dead in another Due to the MuKluley Figaro says the abandon his States owing to the feeling he has against the McKin Count of Paris will probably proposed visit to the United I Weather till 8 Kansas except showers In southeast portion var iable winds warmer in station ary temperature in western Anderaon Wliia lu Dlckluaon returns from the preclncta show that in the Re publican primaries Ander son received a majority of the giving him Dickinson countys nine votes in tbe North Carolina Demo cratic state convention met here Morgan was renominated for justice of the supreme Senator Vance was unanimously Tribune The Republican central committee haa called for a delegate convention to nom inate a county on In the apportionment of delegates Colony and Tribune ate each allowed 22 and Harrison The county lately had a number of heavy putting the ground in excel lent condition for Ml The court house it now fully under Brlellota From Republican success at the coming fall election becomes surer every In conversation with a number of tbe Al liance republicans we learn that the Re publicans everywhere over the county are standing out straight for their ticket regardless of the socalled Peoples ticket which waa put in the field by a few scheming Nearly or quite three fourths delegates to the Republican convention held in this city on the 12th were Alliance men but they were also men of who would scorn to stand up before an assem blage of fellow citizens and repudiate tbe very principles which they have clung to for many j for the simple purpose of securing a nomination at the hands of the socalled Peoples Away with trie man who will sacrifice his political birthright for a doubtful mess of pottage served up to him by castoff and dis gruntled The open and straightforward manner in which Gov ernor Robinson states the causes of his defeat for the nomination for Governor on tbe Peoples ticket has won for him many warm friends among tbe people and at the same time strong dis gust at the political jugglery which com pasieii his This action on the part of the Topeka convention will make many votes for the Republican party In this Judge Ricksecker of Hutchin was in the city several days this week looking after his interests in this Jetiuore This county was visited with a general rain last Monday which will in sure the putting in of a large amount of This seasons wheat is being marketed but there will be in all about bushels put on the market in this Our merchants report trade a little alow tbe past week owing to the farmers being busy preparing ground for tbe fal Everyone is smiling in anticipation of a heavy trade WIntierM nt win ners of todays races were Young Birth BASE ABIKK10AN At 3 0 0 2 1 1 0 J 0000001 Base 11 8 and At Louisville Athletic game post poned on account of At Base 0 and At Game called on account of Base 12 8 2 and At New Base bj New 5 New and At FIRST Base 8 Errors REFUSE TU Railway Officials Bay They Will Not Ohango Their They Propose to Mniiage the Com panys Affairs as H Suits Them Powderly and Devlin of the Kx emitlve Hoard of thn of La bor Blavo an Interview with Vtae JPrenldent and Now Aaaert tha Fight will lie Carried to the Itltter Itesource of the Will be BroUKht Into NEW Powderly and ot the executive board of Vice after Toucey was with Webb and the four gentlemen had an interview which lasted twenty At the conclusion Powderly told the report ers what had Devlin asked Webb If he would consent to an investigation of the causes surrounding tho discharge of the fifteen Webb answered that there was nothing to that the railroad company was managing the road and he did not see why their action should be Devlin then asked him if he did not owe the public and tho employee of the road any duty regarding its manage in which all were more or less in Webb did not Devlin then said there was no uae in further discussing tbe as the railroad company had declared them selves in favor of an independent Toucy then said that Master Work man Lee was responsible for tbe Devlin asked Toucy If he would waive the nuestion of Lee and consider the discharge of tbe Toucy and Webb refused and that ended the Upon the return of Powderly and Devlin to the Cloud hotel the ex ecutive board of the Knights of Labor and the representatives of the supreme council of the Federation of Railway Employes held a prolonged The position of all tbe bodies represented was fairly Tha result was that the representatives of the Federation de cided to call a meeting ot tbe supreme council of the Federation of Railway Employes for the 23rd at 0 in the city ot Terre for action on the At this meeting Sarjjisant said he would lay the whole case before the 7 and SECOND 0513001 Baae 10 Brook 0 and At Philadelphia 2 Philadelphia 11 4 Pitchers Sowdera and smiling i this Raeeaat days sum mer meeting Nortwestern Breeders As The match race between Palo Alto and Jack was postponed on account of to days large Sunal sent for a trial The official time was 31 but several hone At Base 6 B and At New New Base 13 aud At FIUBT Baae 12 0 and BKCOHU Base 10 0 aud A Farmer KANSAS special to the from Atchison sftys a wealthy farmer and stock and prominent In loot affairs of Wash dropped dead of heart disease in hli field The Strike Will he NEW Powderly states that the strike has ceased to be one of a local assembly but has become one of the whole and it will use every means in its power to continue the fight He intimates that a federation of railway employes will support the The situation la Every resource of the order would be He Intimated that the federation of railway employes would support the Knights of Labor in the Later information makes it true that Powderly will issue an appeal to Knights of Labor in the employ of the Central and upon the Vanderbllt connecting In the document he will state the causes for the strike and efforts made to obtain a peacable settlement and notify each and every member of the intention of tbe executive board of the Knights of Labor to prosecute the fight against the Central Hudson Railroad company to the bitter Tlio Interview Oame to NEW the Be crct conference between Powder ly and on the part of the Knights of and on the part of the was the two Knights again held a consultation with the four members of the council of railway em The officials at the Grand Cen tral depot had little to Bay about Powderlys It is the same old said General Superintendent and the same proposals of of We have nothing to Bay in answer to their We have stated our policy and we cannot recede from ABIrlko Probable woa a re port abroad to day to the effect that com mittees representing trainmen of tbe en tire Illinois Central system would to morrow present petitions for an advance in wages and that tbey would strike if the advance waa There are rea sons for believing the report to be At the general oillces of the company the rumor was considered as relating to a Maiimore of aava the situation in Armenia is daily becoming more There has been a wholesale massacre of Christians at Waa He KANSAS morning about the body of an unknown man was found in a brick yard near the cor ner of Third and Wyandotte in this with a bullet hole through bis Letters were found ou him ad dressed to His clothing around the bullet hole was discolored from burnt but as no revolver could be found it la thought that he waa The res idents in the vicinity say tbey heard a shot about 1 oclock in the Thn police and coroner are investigating the The body was identified this afternoon aa that of a gardecer of It has not beeu deter mined whether he committed suicide or was Cholera chief quarantine notified the agricu1 U6 to Asiatic cholera had made appearance within tbe pott few days ia and It having been conveyed to Japan by a   

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