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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 22, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                I 1 A LARGEST T NEWS is read by more people than any other Kansas HUTCHINSON Best Advertising in tho NKUs yield the best FRIDAY AUGUST Yesterdays Proceedings In Both Branches of Kcsolntlon to Exclude Liquors From tlio Senate Wing of the Capitol Debate In the House Upon the Pure Lard Raum Investigation In a Fair Way to Prove a Complete Grant Forfeltnre Oklahoma Pension Claims to be Blair in at the request of the Farmers a bill to provide for bank de The resolution heretofore offered by Plumb to prevent the sale of vineous and malt liquors In the senate wing at the Capitol wan laid be fore the the pending question be ing on Ulaira amendment to add the words and drink and on Butlern amendment directing a daily search for liiiuore in committee rooms and other de Gibson suggested jointly the ex tension of the amendment so as to direct the search to senators Plumb objected to the amend ments as calculated to belittle the reso which he had offered seriously and in deference to public After debate the matter went over until to The presiding officer made the usual whether there was any other morning and receiving no reply declared business The bill was temporariy laid The conference report on tho bill for an increase of the clerical force in the pension bureau was considered and agreed The tariff bill was then taken McPhorson moved to amend sec tion freferring to files and raspe by striking out the duties and classification by lengths and inserting 25 per ad Without voting on the amendment the senate went into executive session and soon THE Hender son of reported the river and harbor asking nonconcurrence in all the senate amendments and agreeing to the conference requested by Kerr of Iowa made the point of i order that the amendments must first be considered in committee of the llenderspn thereupon withdrew the stating he would make it to morrow morning as 4 privileged In the morning houv Buchanan of New again called up the bill for the adjustment of the accounts of labor ers and workmen and mechanics arising under the eighthour Pending the morning hour expired and the house under the special to the consideration of the bill denning Mason of opposed the bill from the working Laborers were not asking for its They were opposed to taxing a healthy The gentlemen spoke about the poverty of farmers and pro posed taxing the poor laboring man in order to help It was pro posed to force the people to pay higher prices for tbe stinking stuff made in fiats in Louis and Henderson ot said that his friend from had tear fully pleaded for the laboring men of thfe country and had put them into antithesis to the Did the gentleman refer to Fairbank ana who had in a few years amassed millions at the expense of the farmers Let the gentleman reserve his tears and eloquent for they were ill placed in de fending men who had been charging laborers many per more than the lard was The Rauiu hurl Raum in to H eatigation was resumed this hat he had not advanced any of Lemons asea over those of others on the com pleted He had instructed the chiefs of divisions in tho offices to show no favoritism in the consideration of Representative Cooper wag requested the committee to return and resume connection with the case which he lid and the committee adjourned until Republican Senatorial Rspub icon Senator in the city was represented it the conference held this evening at the of on Vermont aven either in person or by Friends i the election bill presented the claims of that measure for consideration and iion at this session of Senator Moody advocated the adoption of a previous question which was received with After the presentation of various views the duty of arranging an order of busi ness to be substituted for the Quay reso lution and the other pending appropria tion was assigned to a committee with Senator Hoar as chairman and com prising in its membership Senators Alli Spooner and This committee it is understood will prepare a resolution if possible by to morrow morning to be offered in plaCe of the Quay the order to in clude a vote on the tariff bill and on cer tain other measures named in the Quay The election bill will go over till next session and will be the first bill considered when congress reassem bles in Virginia State Farmers Virginia State Farmers Alliance in convention at with every county in the state unanimously adopted tho following preamble and res olution Alliances ore phsldnc hands across Alton still refuse to join the other lines in fighting the but they changed thoir minds about putting the commis sions rates nto effect Instead of that they will give formal notice of their intention to the Chairman ofthe Western Freight Association and wait until it has been acted upon at the next regular meeting of that to be held September Then it will require a fur ther ten days notice before the rates can be put in This course wan decided upon because the roads held that it would be a violation of the recent agreement not to adopt any other rates than those agreed upon August until the Sep tember persons In our tho the tho rugged poojts of the far grander the Mason lint Conpciontlousli national congress have averted measures und er preHsod sentiments to arouse tho old sectional feeling engendered by tho wnr bo It That the Htate Farmers Alllsncn of do Intend to grimp with snd tighten Alllsnco grip the handfl ot our Alliance brothers of the determined to hold together with locked shields ID spile of oil efforts to aijuse prejudices between by the emancipation of laborer and producer IB Mann of Prince George was elected president for the en JUEKB Mississippi Sandbar May Cause Endless a real estate dealer of this wbo claims to be the owner in fee simple of the sandbar in tbe Mississippi at this was asked today what he would do when the United States government appropriates part of his property when it cuts the channel from Wolf river down along the Tennessee shore to the as mentioned in these dispatches a few days He replied that he would resent any interference with hia property by the United or any interference coming from any other He claims hia title is legal and that his acquisition is as he now has a growing crop of corn on part of It is a wellknown principle of law that such as belong to those who have land but there is another novel question in the A great part of tbe sandbar is where formerly the building blocks on the Titus estate They were washed and this formation in their says a if It belongs to is surely the property of these The Missis sippi by leaving the depositor sand left with it a probable num ber of endless and the only way for an endless amount of litigation to be avoided is for it to take the bar away by bringing a current to play on No Now Developments in tho Hew York Central All Parties Apparently Awaiting tho llcsiiltof Todays Steeling nt Terre Strong Probabilities That Alt Members of the Various Colons Will be Ordered Powderly and the Executive Board Constantly Shadowed by Vice President Webbs Effects of the Strike In tho Mohawk bor and tho Farmers Alliance are march ing on to Washington to secure legisla tion favorable to tho whole They are going there to secure the repeal of certain unjust laws which stand in the way of and which antagonize It is the hope of turning our attention away from these matters that this warfare Is made a part of the allied It is to weaken us when we can ilo them the moat harm and the country the greatest amount of that these annoyances are visited upon NBW About noon to Heavy Storm at heavy storm this evening the southern wall ofthe stable and car sheds of the who made the made a brief explanation of his after tlc which Haum took the The prt witness denied that any employe of the pension save ever owned any stock in the Refrigerator t and consequently the charge that em ployes had been promoted because of such ownership was Cooper then demanded to seethe suing Pensions For have been granted citizens of Kansas as fol lows Council Grove Ethru G Galena Samuel Lawrence Samuel Cora Al bert luka Samuel Coffeyville Survetus Ash Mulvane Nathaniel Wetmore Ira Miltonvale Norman Craw Cambridge navy Richfield Joshua Ottawa Rich ard Peabody Sarah widow of Topeka Rebecca former widow of Esk ridge mother of James Constant father of Richard Dutch The Quay surprise was occasioned by the failure of the sen ate this morning to take up the Quay res olution fixing an order of It was not only a surprise to the public who filled the galleries and to the newspaper many whom were on hand to report the progress of tbe but to many of the senators who fully expected the debate of yesterday to be Senator when asked the reason for the said dome of our friends thought it best not to take it up to I call it up to Further than this he declined to say Senator Manderson said it was felt to be the best if there was any fighting to be done amoag the Re publicans to do it in private and not in street passenger railway company Was blown Four persons were killed three men are so dangerously injured that they are not expected to re three others were lees seriously in undone is missing and probably Twenty or more horses were The following is a list of the killed August of 810 Norris August his Charles 312 Norris Charles Fourteenth and Carlton dny Master Workman Lee and Chairman Valentine of District As sembly the body which ordered the present presented themselves at the Cloud and awaited tbe return of Powderly and his Tbe pair were soon joined by the master workman of tho National district lodge Knights of who ordered the strike on the street car lines of the city last and which ended rather disastrously for the Holland said that the Fourth avenue surface car lines was a part of the Vanderbilt system and if the entire system was to be tied up this too would be included in the This explanation accounted for Mageee pres After Powderly had the with Magee and adjourned totheir where an executive session was The object of this session is to arrange the details in connection with the calling out of the Kninhs of Grand Master Sweeney of the Switch mens Aid said the supreme council not endorse the action of the chiefs of the four orders and it is purely supposition to say they will order a general Sweeney another there has been no unanimous opinion farmed by the executive council that the company was making an attack on our The reason for convening the supreme council was because the responsibility was too heavy for the four men of tho Where To tho Engineers Ptand NEW Powderly has written a letter to Chief Arthur of the brotherhood of Locomotive En In which he officially informs him of the New York Central which he says involves a principle which he cannot afford to That prin ciple is one of fair The firemen in some he have joined the In some instances their places hava been taken by mem bers of the engineers Are you Powderly that this continue Are we to understand Prfttt convention returned with blood in their loudly condemning the action of the Sedgwick and county del egations in refusing to nominate a victim for the November There is talk of a straight out Democratic ticket for this county this Last yen they had none in the The normal institute here closed The attendance waa of which about one half will be examined for certificates to The Barton Connty GREAT Alliance county convention met PANIC IN WALL The Greatest Financial Stringency Since the Panic of Hates on Boom Upward and Touch High Water Murk at For that the Una action sanction of is the to recieve organization Milling Northwestern 3IiUer says The Hour out put was increased about barrels last The aggregate production for the week was If barrels agalnat 270 barrels the previous week and 240 for the corresponding time in The same seventeen mills are running now aa week The demand for 10 past seven days Prices are about 85 50 cents per barrel higher than a week ago on account of the advance In Bakers is still in good request for export at a heavy patent flour during the past has been very Prices The Old Colour official investi gation into the Old Colony wreck Tues day last was begun at their offices this forenoon by the railroad Heveral witnesses were sworn fused to produce He was willing i that the members of the committee should inspect the stock book of the but not that it should go into the Raum said Cooper gave the preen everything ho got hold of ajjil made pub lic documents entrusted to him for tho inspection of the committee on Cooper insisted on seeing the books himself and upon the committee refusing him this privilege gathered up his boohs and papers and left the The committee then resumed the in vestigation on its own Commissioner Raum said that he had borrowed upon the endorsement o Lemon and renewed the note from time to The note was held by the National Bank of the Leman held witness collateral for twice tbe The refrigerator company wan organized last January and was composed of men of high s Never gave priority to any claims for J Lemon or any other Attorneys pave never secured priority at mem I hers of congress sometimes Lemon was anxious to his cases before the pension office pushed t He presented a number of A relating to a case which was reported for Witness promised to look into the Raum said that alterlurther examination and considera tion of tbu mutter on issued the order concerning completed files on which were put cases that teemed to be On Track WASHINGTON De tective Robert Bruce haa notified sergeant at arms at the house of that a mining engineer of has informed him that Graven the ex assistant who de camped from with and Michael Hartney testified I was working the jack at the time of the acci near the Dimocla 1 didnt know a train was and nobody told me a train was I tried to remove the jack but was unable to do The engine was seven or eight yards from me when I I saw the jack struck by the Then the engine left the ecutlve board to Sweeney also said that Sargent had never stated that he would recom mend a general tie up to the supreme Causes or the W 1owderly tonight made public a statement of the causes of the New York Central the failure to settle by arbitration and the reasons tor ordering a general Powderly says the general execu tive board of the Knights of Labor have by a unanimous vote determined to stand by the men who He Lad no he but it is the determina tion of the management to destroy the organization of labor along the line of the New York Everything that could be he to terminate the strike on a honorable basis for the men who were discharged without given was and the alternative of unconditional and absolute surrender on the part of the men as a protest against the tyranny of the officials of the New York Central was presented to Continuing be gays Under the cir cumstances such surrender would be un It would be cowardly and un manly of the eons of who in two hemispheres struggled anil died for the right of We did not beek the The general execution board Know nothing of It until it was thrust upon and now that wp have to face the battle the entire order of the Knights of Labor will come to our assistance with means to win the We are not craving for We aretnot in need of moral for a nay down in the hearts of the American could you represent We desire to know where to place Shall it be classed among the organizations of industry or among the allies of If your members continue to do the work of the firemen we shall it is with your consent and the future will be plain be fore We do not ask for your official sanction of the We only aak for fair treatment at your hands and that we have a right to Powderly Shadowed by Nuw Hayes of the executive announced that on Monday next at 10 at a meeting of District Assembly 240 would be at which the executive board would be present for the purpose of this meeting each of the local assemblies will send from three to five and there will be pres ent from 600 to 700 members from that section of the state lying adjacent to tbe Central railroad from New York to Buf Webb said relative to the charge made by Powderly this morning that he and the executive board since their arrival had been shadowed by that unless he had taken every lawful means to protect tbe interests of bis road at Hoisington yesterday and put a full county ticket in the Cobun was nominated for Harrison for district Thomas Brewer for probate McTaggart for superintendent of Hotchkiss for county attorney and Strothman for commissioner of tbe First The ticket contains two former Cobun and one Union Labor and assistant and three McTag Hotcbklss and Tbe platform reaffirms the Louis demands and the state The ticket is not a strong one with the exception of Cobun who is regarded as a hon est and fearless for pro bate is the Jorry Simpson of liar ton county having been engaged in holding the sack for the Democrats during the past three McTaggart is a country school teacher with a third grade Hotchkiss is an Ellin wood excandidate for the legis lature aa a ex exRepublican and ex anylhing else you can think Harri son is a young man just out of his teens and has nothmgobjectional in his and kept himself informed as to what the members of the board were doing he would be wholly unfit to remain onehalf hour in his present Powderly Bitty Hreuk NEW before has the head of the been personally in the heat of a contest like the ode believed to be He has never ordered a strike and feels some pride in the record of peace he There is but little about his determination in the The executive board say its head quarters during tbe if one is or will be fn this Serious KfTects of the FOUT strike on the New York Central is hav ing a serious effect upon bublness in the Mohawk Valley and in Johstown and Qloversville manufacturers and mer chants experience great delay in getting goods Scarcely any local freight is belne handled along the line of the Central the Whole Vandorbllt System Involved NEW with his Wllken son and left this morning for Terre Sargent said a meet ing of the Federation would be held with the undoubted result that strike on the Vanderbilt system would be NoUis Prom As a result of the unpopular Democratic nominee for representative at to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the victorious and the con coded fact that this territory is Repub lican by a handsome the Dem ocrats are prepared to face defeat on August The call for the convening of the leg islature on the 27th and the pros pects for titles have attracted hither many strange and the many ele gant business blocks under construction give an air of business and permanency that but few cities are recent rains have revived vegeta tion farmers now have hopes that they will have plenty of hay for home consumption and some to sell to our The good yield of wheat and prospects of fair prices next year have induced farmers to put out a large crop this but as many have no the government should take some steps to supply them with The classic Cottonwood is on a washed out the mill dam and destroyed the moonlight nights on its placid Advices From the Treasury Officials at Washington That Yroinnt Measures Woald be Tahen Allay the Feverish Kxcltement and Bates Dwindle Cutrn to II Per at Which Figure Uuu Loans Were to be Ad vanced Silver Nicw stringency in the today was ntarper than it has ever been since tbe May panic of Early loans were made at 25 per but rates wound up quickly to and before 1 oclock the prevailing rate was 01 per or equal to legal inter est and a premium of per per After 1 oclock rates continued to ad vance until they had reached 18G per when the market eased off and the last loan was made at 0 per The dealers in mercantile paper say that there la absolutely no business being done and that there is no supply of money even from out of town In the last hour telegrams from Wash ington ta the effect that the secretary of the treasury and other officials had de cided to take measures to relieve tbe stringency caused an easier The high rates dwindled away and a fresh supply of funds came The supply came from the sale of sterling exchange but the transaction in stocks broke that market and it was impossible in the last hours to make a sale at which sterl ing bills could be To Kolleve tho director of tho mint has ordered that Immediate advances be made on silver offered for sale to the government as soon as de in order to relieve the stringency in the money Checkmate Woman Suffrage In the con stitutional convention today resolutions were offered for female suffrage with a property and educational The woman suffrage idet is growing in favor best minds of the con vention ano unless safety from negro supremacy can be reached by other Powells or one sim ilar to will be Thla had the effect of tteatly ex pediting the work of the Lemon bad hod nothing to do with the preparation of thisoraaubeequent reply to a question by the commliBlonar emphatically declared Land Grant Forfeiture conferees on the laud grant forfeiture bill have practically reached an The terms of the agreement are generally upon the principle of the bill as it passed the an absolute forfeiture of all lands opposite to and coterminus with that portion of any aided railroad not now A Good Secretary Noble has Instructed the commissioner of pensions to make special and thus expedite all claims for pensions by parties now living in This action is taken in order to as far as the destitute condition of many claimants in that Will Bodeem uudaHalf Per 21The secretary of the treasury this evening issued a circular giving public notice that at any time prior to the secretary will redeem at par per to an amount not exceeding Plxlug Western general mana gers of tbe western roads today con cluded their conference concerning the order of the Interstate Commerce Com mission to lowet the rates of grain from the Missouri river and points The Rook Island and tbe Chicago and at Re publican county convention nominated Kdwin probate judge Frank attorney school and Delegates judical conventioa favor the renomination of Biasett but no NEW a meeting of the executive committee of the Grant Monument held resolutions were adopted protesting against the contemplated removal of Grants remains to they all be heard on this the sentiment is on our We have to fight a power which owes its lofty bearing to the wealth ithas taken from the labor of the employes of the Untold millions are at Its and we want money to carry on the We ask all organized labor to come to our It is our it will be yours Powderly here asks aid of the great public and continues We are fighting against a power far morn dangerous than that which laid down its arms at York town one hundred years Then the fight was with one to day it is against a one of whom said In an after dinner speech not long ago There are fifty men Is this country who have it in their power to control the currency of the United States control the commerce and at a days no tice stop every wheel in the territory of the United The struggle is far more momentous than it was during the American revolu Then our fathers ought for libert now we are fighting to maintain i Then tbe enemy miles away today he Is entrenched in our He has his fingers arojnd our legislatures strikers here made a checkmate move on the Central this They captured the forty odd men who arrived in tho city this morning and and will send them back Gomlng Reualon at the rage here now is about the great sol diers reunion and camp fire to be held in Farnsworths matchless grove next Tues day and 20th and 27th It is estimated that people will be here and so sure are the managers of the affair of an Immense multitude that prep arations Gre being made to accommodate from to There will be a sham battle with both infantry and cavalry Some of the best speakers In the Includ ing Governor Jim Jerry Tim Booth and George Brownell will address tbe Arrange ments have been made for some extra fine horse and other sports such as will bn the order of the Altogether it will be the big gest thing of the kind in the western part of the state this RAILWAY Freight Train Telescopes it Passenger Killing a fatal col lision occurred on the Gulf road two miles north of Paola about 9 oclock yes terday freight train south broke in two and the south bound passenger train of the which uses the Gulf tracks between Kansas City and Paola was lagged and stopped just above Section two of freight followed close behind and was but was running fast on a down grade and could not crashing into tbe rear of the passenger and instantly killing Pullman Conductor Camp Kansas A freight engineer was also injured about the Two engines and several coaches were badly The coroners j ury returned a verdict of unavoidable An Bxploslon of 10 oclock this morning Charles Beldell of employed at the Depot pow der four miles beyond Blue Island a small suburban was trying to open acne of powder with a An explosion followed by which Seidell was killed and three others fatally injured and twelve Tbe building was completely DKPLOBA11LE at Fell Down au Blevator aged employed in the TimUSlar stepped backward into an open elevator thinking the elevator was and fell from the sixth floor to the base He was instantly A Victory for the Re publican primaries held here today for the election of congressional delegates exCongressman Phillips of this carried every ward in this and a ma jority of the country Weather till 9 Kaneasi Fair shifting to easterly stationary temperature slightly cooler la the ex treme northern He stands at the doors of congress to bar out legislation in the interest of the He presumes to dictate to tbe executive of the Ho attempts to strangle and corrupt the and he does all of these by no shadow of divine but by the power of money wrung from the bending back of tbe railway laborer wrung from the mortgages of farmers uf the land wrung from the business interests of wrung fiom the very hearts of the best and noblest of the cations It Is against such a power as a power that cares for no right but its that we and whether we or lose in the present contest our battle will now go on until the power is weakened or the public is Question the opportuneness of the battle If you but its justice can not but be apparent to every disinterested It is not because of a few centa more a day or some paltry concessions that this strike was precipi Ita origin lies way beyond these The real animus lies in the fact that our order has been struggling with the questions which concern the control of corporations and syndi cates by the government of the The allied forces of the Knights of One Young Han Bhootfl Another Tex most de plorable and one which filled the entire city with occurred on the street about oclock last The congressional convention had just adjourned and the sidewalk from the poBtoflice corner to the Bismarck saloon was filled with delegates and citizens dis cussing the convention when Dave Colley was seen to approach Ed Matthews drew a pistol and fired four shots at One shot struck the left hand und another the stomach and the fourth shot was fired into Colleys back as ha staggered away from his One of the shots broke James log just be low the knee and another Initiated a slight wound in the thigh of The ball which entered Colleya back was extracted this morning from the left nipple in the region of the heart and he lies in a moat critical Matthews is in jail where he will remain until the result of the victims woundi are more definitely Eye wit nesses state that Colley was laughing when he approached and was heard to say Ed just Big Fire Along the Thousand Island Park five cottages and a store on Thousand Island Lawrence burned this LOBB Fire at Kansas KANSAS tonight destroyed two buildings at 400 and 421 Walnut together with their They were occupied respec tively by the Adams seed and iin pltment house auu the Fall Luck wholesale ttrocery The formert loss is and the last The oes on the buildings is all losses Races at A Kan largest attendance in the history of the Abilene track was present at todays The weather and track were perfect and much enthusiasm The puree was won by Dido in Letta P Copper worth The 2year old stake was won by Patsy the phenomenal owned by Curtis of this which lowered the state 2 yearold record in this by making Annie Laurie was Amberlow The 8yearold race waa won by Bilver thorn in Cora Russell Russell as Uatthewg drew hia No arms were found upon though it Is said that an hour before tbe shooting he drawn a pistol upon Matthews and had been dis armed by a and that the par ties bad made Matthews is a son of John Matthews and was for several months employed In the gro cery store of Royal 1 Dave Colley has for several years held an im portant position in the railroad offices at this Uaces a Palo Alto Juck race was again postponed today on account of the wet Hallo Corsett won the breeders stakes for 2 Raymond Wilken second beat Fay won the Lnnce Warwick second best The trot was won by LindaBprague second beaj Races at second day of the grand circuit Steviea Won tbe trot Mies second best The trot and the 224 trot were Killed by the aged 20 a coal was instantly killed here this afternoon while riding on a llat by being struck on the head bv an apron on thn coal of shaft The blow threw him between two He was dragged two car lengths and mangled The coroners jury brought in a verdict of accidentally Arresrod Inr Petty OSAU young men giving their names as Simpson and Ferguson of were arrested hero to day and charged with stealing shoes from several They were bound over until Thusday in the sum of 200 in default of which they were taken to the county Missionaries Dead bishop of Bi erra Leon has received news confirming the reports of the death of Until and and a Kingman members of the party f the nine mis sionaries who left the United States a few months ago with tbe object of lunching In tbe They died at Sierra Leon from African We have had some rate at which will enable the farmers to prepare or The year will ex cued that of any previous The delegates from this county o eth Atonmoalh MOHMOUTH win ners o todays races were Bertha Worthi tuners para of to days races Etui Kentucky Aug Hender who murdered Gilbert a prominent white near here night before was taken from HI about 3 oclock this morning by a mob and strung to a tree fn the edge of He con fessed the but said did not know why he did Cyclone In Ohio Four is re ported here that a early this struck at a pilot six miles east of Tbe wires in that vicin ity are all down and no can be   

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