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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 24, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                fe LARGEST Tiirc NEWS is read by more people thaii other Kansas a HUTCHINSON Best Advertising li i A ill tllC NKWS yield the best 1 SUNDAY AUGUST IN THE CAPITOL A Bright and Breezy Budget Prom Our Washington Speaker Kecd Expresses Himself on the Muddle Over In the north An Exposition ol the Senate Burroom Which Plumb Is so Anxious to Ham Furnishes the Went and noil Collects tlie Saloonkeeper Fase Benator Ingalls Reoleves an EpUtle From An Interview With Mr In WashlnKton TUB HrjToninsoN NEWS 800 Twelfth Thomas Bracket Heed Una spoken on senate privately it is iut in one of the committee rooma where the walla had The speaker did not consume much nor embellish his remarks with any uunocosBttry figures I said the other man from f Maine when canvassed by a group of troubled I understand thai certain Republican aenators intend to vote with the Democrats against the tar iff unless it be amended to suit them In that case the election bill will be killed in the and more than that if the tariff bill passes with the amend ments demanded 6y these tha will be rejected in the When Reed Bomethini usually but aa it ia with Demosratic debate on the previou Huestion Till or Demoera tic monologues on tariff until Decernbe it looks as if no tariff bill either atraigh or would and that the Re publican majority in the senate had don out the Republican majority in the boas and frittered away the power of THIS 1JUAY The presentation of the Quay resolu tion put more people in the gallerio than any event since Ingalls speech i February on the race Consid ering this is the outof an tbat a heavy rain was falling Wedneada morning the well filled galleries and th few vacant chairs on the testified 1 the interest lelt in the tariff and eluctlo Senator Qaay was conspiclous tha morning tin a dainty sum mer suit of light pearl while neariy every other man had gotten himself into funeral A trick of the handsome senators was particularly noticable on that Frank Bibcock did not appear until Hoar was well into at which time he merely loomed up in a swept the gallark3 with a wearied gaze and then unkindly withdrew the glory of hia face and figure adjoining cloak Senator Allison marched slowly in at an opportune period in the when everybody had time to and or sliding into hit leaned wearily Every feminine stranger in the nudged her neighbor IB that good lookin fellow BKNATE IIAK The Rtfurd of Tuesday laet contalnaan insignificant little which cov ers a very big When Senator Plumb proposed that the eale of intoxi cants be prohibited in the senate he took a long delayed step in the right In the basement imuiediatly under the senate floor has for five years run a profitable bar by the grace of the This senate 4 who paya no is given also hia heat and light by the The at large are even taxed to furnish Page with saloon fixtures the crockery and eilver re ed in his which IB an inci tal eaturo of the he Immoderate drinking by Capito messengers and laborers has long n a source of scandal and naturall it of the drinking la done by those liable to offord am orers oa small The senator muelvea would not risk their reputa n by conspicuous drinking and treat If when they may quench their thirs V vately with more agreeable environ Page has another ad over the unprotected and liceneei even though bia constituency ma He keeps a slate wbici instead of loses His vie 18 are salaried government employe cannot escape their obligations o AB is usual where trust pro the man accommodated in the man Unlimited credit to the tipsy atlng employer in the Capitol testifle the wisdom of nor doea th an who disputes the correctness of hi presented get any Ill On the lat of August a colored labore I on a was presented with bill of for bar accommodations He but there was the th bar and Saloonkeeper backed by Uncle Moat of the drinking is said to occu alter and the if no the scene of actual drunken i certainly one of the drinking centera o Washington So little caution ia now ex that drinks ar to committee room to go Wd bua Page naturally complains and say ruin will follow the Plumb resolu The profit on thirtycent water m cut in seren pieces at twentyfiy cents and fifteen cents a dozen ba nanas at ton cents apiece will not hoi Pages soul and body toiietha into sfclSotion which are inspected inflneteslmal ivere of beef nnd sold at five centa is eclared practical The Plumb resolution will probably be Jted in which case the national will have something to say onceming the national saloon that the eople must support for the sole benefit f one man called N INTKIIVIKW WITH A young a correspondent of a orthwest Republican who sends is Sunday specials on was mousing around the Capitol the other ay in search of spying Pen ington of who waa recreating n stationary he demanded a horoa ope for the next few days in the That reminds replied the congress when a email in company with some of the little waa play ng around the depot to the annoyance of he Said one of them if you go into that box and hut door I can tell you exactly what you Highly incredulous I climbed shut the and sprawled nd kicked around as only a small boy I poping my head what did 1 do Made a blamed fool of was the prompt Regarding this as a remarkobly honest admission from a member of the party reponsible for this blank I ap proached Penningtou myaelf in the of What have you to say that would be of interest to Kansas oh continued representative of liliputian Ah Kansas is a great Inghlls cornea from Long and a violet light burned in the con gressmans I knew a pretty a very pretty and she or Then I lost track of I heird that her husband died in Minneso ta und that ahe married and went to Kan 1 have often wondered the political poses that the president of the senate baa everything fixed to suit you by thia The edict of Ezra was received by Senator but a few days and it la herewith presented with the respect ful recommendation that it be Incorpor ated with other resolutions on In galls As a Democratic downwlthIngalls campaign document Ezras expose can belworked with great JTLOKKMCK Cowley County Cow ley county Republican convention in ses sion here today nominated a county ticket and candidate for the legislature Jor the Fiftyninth The resolutions adopted endorse Gov ernor Senator Ingalla and Congressman The principle of reciprocity inour commerce with for eign nations waa alao The delegates to the state convention are as follows Jamea Me Branson and John The congressional delegation is composed of the following Jessa John Frank James tiara John Yostordays Proceedings in Both of Senator lugnlls Delivered an Tribute to the Memory of the Late Senator sit Bother and what might M cents a iece thin gentleman have been an interview proved nothing but a palehued The remarks of the member from Del aware are forwarded for the benefit of the pretty girl who went to Kansas and like may often wonder Kansas papers please KAN8ANS IN Among the distinguished gentlemen now enroute from Boston to Kansas via Jones of Hutch The colonel who paid his res pectB to the NEWS bureau while in the was divided between the pleasura e recollections of historic and is dissatisfaction with the misfit Kapub caus in Here is one Kan au who still stands upon the sues of the last campaign and insists lat tariff legislation is of more impor tance than the alleged dignity and so ailed ethics of the During hia rief trip to New York city Jones as invited by the tariff league to partic ate in the unique debate which will oon occur in New York The free trade Democrats having se ured their best talkeis In the house of epresentatlves have challenged Repub can debate at every county fair in the The League ia selecting the tariff uthoritlea both in and out of the nd the Invitation to Jones to figure a the list of which is headed y is something of a compli ment to the Kansas Perkins f Kansas will also be asked to partici Kansas has been well represented he capital during the The ilncely nominee of the Hallo ia registered at Willards aa were also a day or two ago Straight of Fort Scott and Cy and Aten of Hiawatha and Walker of Indian commis and Johnson and wife of iiland were in tha city Fleming of the Wichita Eagle left Washington tor the west several days llourbou Clounty FOUT Dem ocratic county convention was held in this city The following dele gates were chosen to the state convention Good John Couch and The following delegates were chosen to the congressional convention W Coucu and Robert The convention passed a resolution in structing the delegates to the congres sional convention at Olathe next Tuesday to present the name of Chap man for the nomination as the Demo cratic candidate for The con vention deciOad to make no nominations for the county Scott Oounty Republicans SCOTT Scott county Republicans today nominated the following ticko District Superintendent of Public Probate Uocheat Commissioner of First The platform adopted endorses the course ot the Kansas delegation in con endorsee the atate and national ad proposes aeks for cheaper railway transportation and for the election of railroad commis sioners by a vote of the and en dorsing the nomination of R Hal lowoll for After Addresses by a Number other the Senate Adjourned na an Additional Mark of Tarsney or Produces Bis Discharge Papers In the House to Prove That He Waa Wounded and Uade a Prisoner of Wash ington senate today listened to eulogies of the late Senator Blackburn made the first Ingalls wae the next Becks he could not bo con sidered otherwise than extraordinary and of singularly and unusual In a great proud of ita of the lineage of its ot the honor of its historic of the achievements of its warriora and that strang er had surpassed the swiftest in the race of ambition and the strongest ia the race for This he is for the quick and not for the It ia not an incon solable It is strain of It is an animation to those who that as our departed contemplating at the close of hia life the monument of good deeds he has more enduring than brass and loftier than the pyramids of might ex claim with the Roman mon onus So turning to the silent and un known future he could reply with just and reasonable confidence upon that most i npiessive and me mentous assurance ever delivered to the human de that believeth in me though he were yet shall he and whosoever Hveth and believeth in me shall never Tributes of esteem and re Bret were also paid by Mc Pherson and At the Close of Carlisles address the as an additional mark of re ing use of the lard compound or compound The question then recurred on order ing the bill engrossed and read a third It waa agreed ndys Mason voted in the affirmative in order to move a but hia motion to thia effect was laid on the On the passage of the bill the vote 40 no The house then The bill will come up again Monday or panied with heavy one bolt trilling the Second ward school eariug the cupola to Another tilled a horse in a barn but a abort dia ance from a May hew was severely stunned while in Lan dour Schnachta the lightning coming in by the electric The rain will put the ground in good condi Kansas Saline Saline county Republican convention to send delegates to the congressional and state conventions met here The fol lowing delegates were elected To Clay Wayne Taylor Miller Pearson and D Ingra Willis and Strong resolutions were adopted favor ing a square tariff and Blaine reciprocity The delegates to Clay Center were unanimously instructed for Phillips for The convention also endoraed the candidacy Kirt land for state THE house re sumed consideration of the lard Unanimous consent was allied for the consideration of the senate resolution looking to the removal of the remains of Grant to Quinn of New McKinley of from the com mittee on rules reported and the house adopted the resolution setting apart Thursday and Saturday of next week for conaideration of the bills constituting eight hours a days work and relative to alien contract Tarsney of rising to a question of said in April laat the houae had considered the bill for the relief of exprisoners of On that occasion he had felt it hU duty to sub mit some remarks in opposition to the Hia objection to the bill was that It did not uiBCrimlnate between merit and demerit andthat it offered in ducements to soldiers in time of war to become He had not expected that hia course would call for the have been granted to citizens of Kansas as fol lows Lyle Howard Julius Mil Colony Constant Hugoton James Woodaton John Wichita Weston Coun cil Grove Samuel Shawnee Benjamin Wakeaney Andrew Uewena John Derby John North Joseph Osage Mission Harrison Gardner Wesley loin Charles Atchison Al bert Hutchlnson Henry Danville Harriaon Red Crandall Adin Sedg wickjLoula Man James Bluff City Daniel Wamego Nathan Law rence George FIBB AT NESS The Mew Sugar Hill Totally Com NESS Ness City sugar mill was totally deatroyed by lire at 2 oclock thia When first discovered the a large three story seemed on fire all over and nothing whatever could be done to quench the It was the work of an as no fire had been in the building for months except in the boiler which is situated twenty feet south of the main As the wind waa from the south the boiler house es caped This mill waa the largest in the state and had a capacity of 300 tons The machinery alone coat f at the factory and the total loas will reach It was insured for about AN AW OKI An Indiana Father His 13Year Old TKHIIE sen sational case of incest baa come to light by the arrsat laat night near Farmers Sullivan of Alexander by offlcera of thia city on warrant sworn out before Juatice Falaen thal by hie aged charging him with a criminal assault upon her person July 20 This was the date of the last of three araaults that the girl says her father has committed upon The first was in the early part of The revolting feature ot the case is that the daughter is Humphrey was found by the officers from Terre Haute engaged in the work of building a barn near He ia 35 years old and denies the He waa brought here last night and lodged in where he still remains awaiting a preliminary The girls story is that m the early part ot while her father and herself walking alone through the country t from one house to tbat nd he A few nights later he epeated the aasault and was he Bays he assaulted her three times Itogether and that she resisted with all er but was Humphrey is a At the mo of the assaults the father and hia aughter resided in Riley thia and Townahip TniBtee earning of the girlb brought er to this the result was the arrest f the unnatural Humphrey and lis daughter have only lived in this coun y since laat coming here from efferson The mill was built new year and expected to start up In two Thousands of acres of almost ma will have to be cut and used for Sixty thousand dollars of a bonus was voted by the and these bonds paid while BO benefit whatever will be realized The destruction of thia mill will prac tically criple a number of The loss on cane to farmers will be as moat of it was planted by the sugar com By way of an interesting I trans nit a brief summary of the work done y Senator Plumb during this session up 0 In Ore Fiftyfirst congress he has introduced 248 bills fortyfour of which are pending before the house 125 the senate committee thirtysix have been adversely reported five are on the senate calendar and thirtyeight and Senator Plumb is not through TKBACIIKBOIJB Such persons end papers as have been studying Senator Ingalls through a tele scope and writing a history of hia De cline and will be gratified to learn that important reinforcement ia at The atar which twinkled BO far above them as to appear email to a limited vis has at last incurred the displeasure of high from has been heard and considering the general vagueness ot his charges and the confusion of his it is very evident that Ezra ia aome celeatial selfelected delegate to the antlIngalls The letter is dated 1890 aa follows I have no doubt you think becauae I an a unselfish that 1 can be robbed of my 1 teld you some time that as you did to Ezra he would do to the The truth will out on you some day and there shall be a womans defense to say she is the wife of the king and I will make an end or the You have never done anything for me but what has coat you a million times aa Come now once more let us reason together and I will pardon all if you will do aa I You will have to fight if do you will have to fight if you Choose ye whether ye will fight behind me or in front of me heaven is Ezra adds hie on a fourth card which says By virtue of authority vested in me I send the city of Washing ton and District of Columbia to the pen itentiary for forty You cannot now make a law that can not legally be set which Bzra attached on the fifth declares that Washington will Wilson Oountr Wilson county Republican convention today elected six delegates to the state conven tion and to the Third congressional dis trict Governor Humphreys administration waa heartily endorsed his reuomiuation A resolution strongly commending Senator Ingalls and advocating hia re election was unani mously adopted amid A resolu tion endorsing Perkins and instructing the Wilson county delegates to vote for bis renomination was alao re ceived with applause and Oolson Probably election was held in Oklahoma territory today to chooae a Buccesaor to Milton delegateatlarge to tha terri torial Returns at indi cated the election of the Repub over Democrat Nearly complete returns indicate Ool thanka from beneficiaries those who of the would be bill and sons election by 700 ColsonB election glvea the Repub licans a majority of one in the lower Ooary Oouuty JUNCTION Democratic county convention elected the following delegates to the state con vention Lawren sjn and and to the congreaeional convention Chabin and Lawrenson was nominated for the legis All the Democrats on the county Alliance ticket were A Republican League the county Republican convention Huey and Lacey were elected delegates to the Republican atate conven They were instructed for Hovey for At the close of the convention a Republican league was Ralu at of the heaviest rains of the season fell here to Weather till 8 showers in southeast fair in northwest southerly winds alight changes in tern he certainly had not expected that this opposition would call for the false repre sentations concerning He sent to the clerka desk and had read a letter appearing in the National Tribune deny ing that he had ever bean wounded at Gettysburg or had ever been in Ander He also had read a series of resolutions adopted at a meeting of the exPrisoners of War Association of denouncing him as a viliner and reiterating the statement that he had not been wounded at He had been stricken down at Gettysburg and tascn prisoner on the 3d of He produced in support of this statement his original discharge from the which beara across ita face the words A good sol wae captured at Gettysburg July and wag confined at until about The house then resumed consideration of the lard During the debate of Illi nois took the floor in opposition to the The gentleman from iowa Conger had brought into the house cer tain apecimens of the lard which he had analyzed in a atar chamber The manufacturers had not been notified that auch analysis was to be made and the gentleman from Iowa tried dishonorably to Injure honorable gentlemen by this atar chamber He made no charge against He aimply wanted the evidence called for by the resolution of the Yester day he had gone to the but waa denied access to the He dis covered that not one woman or child in the department had drawn a pen to collect the evidence culled He would at the proper time offer a resolution asking for an investigation aa to what influence controlled tbn post matter general in witholding the evi He appealed Jfor fair play giving timeto laves tlgate the Wodderburn The gentleman from Iowa and his fiienda had stopped the information from coming to the In the course of a conversation the gentleman had BO admitted Conger indignantly denied the cor rectness ot thia statement and Mason as warmly reiterated For a few min utes the gentlemen contradicted each other with greater bluntnesa than polite much to the amassment of the When order was Mason asked unanimous consent that a committee of the members be appointed to proceed to the postoffice department and ask that the paper b e sent up to Batch On motion ot Maaon an amend adopted striking from the bill ithe clause preventing the use ef casks a second also an amendment allow FALLINQ Terrible Accident at a Street Oar Stable During a heavy storm which prevailed in this vi cinity about 7 oclock last evening the southern wall ot the stable and car shed of the Twelfth and Tenth and Eleventh atreet Passenger Railway com pany was blown carrying a portion of the roof with it and destroying a num her of Four persons were sille outright three men are so dangerous injured that they are not expected to re cover three others were loss seriously injured and one missing and probably Twenty or more horses were e threw her u o assault upon the ground and Her screams alarmed and tried him Commissioner Donovans NKW a meeting of he Btate board of mediation and arbitra ion Commissioner Donovan made a report of the but futile ifforts to bring about a settlement of the itrike on the Central The question if an investigation of the causes of the controversy was but in view of the circumstances of the existing situ ation and the unavoidable absence of Commissioner it was deemed jest to postpone its determination until Thursday to which time an ad journment was From t is estimated that Harper county has bushels of fine wheat which is now being put on this market and is sell ing at 03 centa per With a good rain in the near future the largest acreage of wheat will be aown that has ever been put on the ground before in the Business in our city ia fair in all de partments of with aa encouraging outlook for the We have great faith in southern THE CENTRAL The Federation Council Hold a Secret Session at Torre The Sitnntion Still Romulus Unchanged and the Whole YamlerMU System May Become Nothing Dellnlte Can Learned of the lint It Is Probable That Powdtirlyn Position In the Matter mil be Indonod The freight on the Delaware and Hnd HOII Railroad Itefnie to Handle Haw York Ventral FrelKnt and Work Report ofatate OouimlHflloner closed doors the members of the supreme council of the United Order of Hallway Employes has sat almost the entire day to reach a conclusion as to whether or not they will order a strike on the Van derbilt The gentlemen cr nposing the council were Frank presi dent and chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen grand master of the same order Eugene grand secretary and treasurer of the aame vice presi dent of the council and grand chief of the Brotherhood of Conductors George assistant grand chief of the same order grand master of the Railway with hia grand secretary and and the vice grand master of the The other members of the council are Frank grand master John vice and John grand organ all of the Bwitchmens Mutual Aid and JJu After Chief jjargent had called the council to order and tbv llrat routine of business had been attended the coun cil decided that the matter of giving of the newa to the press should be placed entirely In the hands of It was also deemed beat not to give out any ot the deliberations until the council came to a final The morn Ing session lasted until 2 at which time the council adjourned to the ordi nary of Che hotel and ate a substantial To all inquiries Sargent had i aterotyped It was that no news would be given out until all the business waa The afternoon session lasted until o oclock and at 7 oclock the session was It will be after midnight be fore thn conference will From interviews with members of the council it is surmised that a majority of them endorse Powderlys At 10 oclock tonight the supreme council of the Federation of Hallway Employes adjourned as a The committee will probably be in ses sion all and Sargent announces to the representative of the presa the fol lowing message to Powderly IKK Iow Grand Master Cloud New York The supreme council hsaboenln all Iwtjuo decision has been We are now awaiting Important The council fully realizes your position and the posi tion of your and you may he assured that your Internals will receive You will be promptly udvlsod of further The killed were August and wife Charles and Charles The injured were Henry scalp wound Charles aged both arms and legs broken James back Winners at Washington Closing day of the Northwestern Breeders Association Sunal waa aent to beat the 4 yearold record of Her time waa 2 hich Just equals her performance as a Kremlen won the claas Nay dad second beet The pace waa won by Rag ickaway second beat The pace was won by ranta Abdallah second beat THE OTHKU Fowuerly Replies to VicePresident WebbSome Plain NEW Powderly tonight wrote a reply to the statement of Third VlcoPreaident In it he says uiuaou crushed and burt internally Henry atruck by dying debris eon of Auguat arm broken and iniured internally an unknown boy atruck by Of the inj ured Martin and Brown are so badly hurt that their recovery is considered very doubt John aged 18 a horse was leading a horse which be came frightened by a crash of and dashed into tha building Just as the roof Christie and as he baa not since been he to have been Another ent Hammond of the Delaware and Hudson Canal railway this morning told the men at Green Island yards that they would accept from and deliver to the New York Central road all freight de livered for points on their respective The handlers thereupon struck It ia reported that the freight handlers in the Albany yards quit work at noon butthia cant be The officials of the Delaware and Hudson have not been notified of auch though Mr Hammonds deputy said be had re ceived unofficial information to that effect One of the strikers eaid a strike on the Delaware and Hudson had been ordered between Albany and Green Will Not strike situation at the stock yards remains un changed except that Superinteuden Williams baa announced that be can givi no anawer to the strikers until Mondaj when a general conference will bi held by the managers of the several roadi In the meantime the men re fuse to return to work and demand pay for the entire time they stand Ai dead freight ia being taken out of th yarda this morning by the Belt Line roac Beavr Rain at heavies rain storm for several yeara atruck thl city at S continuing for one hour Old residents tbat more water fe than they bad ever seen in the tame of The storm was accom Weekly Bank NEW The weekly ttnk statement shows the following langea decrease decrease legal increase The banks now hold less lan the requirements of the 25 per Horrible day Cole went berry picking and mprudently left her child In charge of wo deaf inutee of uneound he sons of a neighbor named On her return she found tbat the deaf mutes had killed the child and partially eaten its The maniaca must have attacked the child shortly after its mothers Yardmen to Uo to Dumber of he night force of yardmen refused to go work tonight in the Delaware and Hud aon yards Freight waa again moving over the road late thia afternoon and AntlVuderson dele gates elected by the county convention today to attend the congressional con vention were It la under stood that they are After arguing against Webbs po aition aa stated in the lattera open letter of no juat tribunal will auataln you in your All of these men have the right to know whether they were discharged for You cannot assert with any de gree of accuracy that any one of these men were dismissed for the cause you set You must depend on the state ment made to you by your your superintendents and Let me do you the favor to show you what manner of men you have to rely on for your supply of Briggu In ajforeman in the em ploy of your He has the hiring and discharging ot Upon hia word you decide the fate of the fellow who appeals to you against the aaid John Appended to this communica tion you will find affidavits from a num ber of the employes of the New York Central which may cause unbiased people to think that drunkenness is excusable if the drunkard will only share bia whisky with the man who Inspires yoar You will furthermore learn that in order to retain employment In the best corporation of America to the the poor laborers have to pay the bosses several dollars eich month to get favors from the man on whose state ment you For five to twenty yearn the dia charged mon were In employ of the com pany you but it waa only when they joined the Knighta of Labor you discovered that they were in competent or Inattentive to Men whose words I never have had rea sons to doubt make the statement to me that they were called up before their Foreman or superintendent and asked if they were Knighta of and they frankly admitted that they were they were A Orew re ceived from the New Hebrides islands Btate thai the natives of Amballa Island massacred the cvew ot a German vessel A French war ship subsequently shelled the village on the Close of the Abilene 1year old which closed the race was won by Mocking Bird Tony aecond best A Tie or ganization of the Republican county can ventlon ihowed a vote ot thirtyone for A General Strike TEIIUE fate of the New York Central railroad for the time being rests in a largo meas at oclock in the hands of three men who are closeted in a room on the third door of the Terre Haute Secretary Doha of the Firemans Broth MorrUsey of the Trainmen and John Downey of the Switchmen In the opinion of ihote most familiar the policy of the the appoint ment of this committee meant a calling out of all members of the uaocUtlon oa the Central road has practically been decided Bain at Junction I JUNCTION Anderson and thirtyone against I splendid rain visited tbU section   

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