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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 28, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                LARGEST T HK NEWS is read by more people than any other Kansas IS HUTCHINSON Best Advertising in the NEWS yield the Ijcst THURSDAY AUGUST MUCH ADO OVER Stormy Scenes in the House of Representatives Wilson of WaalilngKm anil llcckwlth of New Jersey Como to All lOcauio Certain Demoorata Pervert a Barmlem Remark Made by Can nonAll AbMntMerobenBxoeptTlioie Detained by SickneM to be Ordered Back to WMhlnitou at OnoeTarlir In the the after an hour spent mostly In roll the previous question on a motion to ap prove the journal waa naya McAdoo of New Jeicey then set out on Ma task ot consuming taking as bis text the Uannon reaolution of yester After ridiculing Cannone statesmanship and historical knowledge ho cast his store of ridicule upon Cannone love for the Then ensued the stormiest scene of the Cannon rote to He ad mitted that he was not a great statesman and also admitted the superiority ot the gentleman from New Jersey in that re His friend abounded In one thing and tbat was wind and under pressure It went Loud There was instantly great confusion and disorder in the McAdoo shouted out that he want ed the words to go upon the record as a specimen of Cannons Caruth of suggested the propiiety of clearing the galleries of While Enloe waa clamoring for recognition on a question of ngaln MoAdoo shouted out to If you can afford to let that go on record aa a specimen of our atable jockeys I can afford to have it I cannot indulge in blackifuardism with You ought to argue stable That is your Finally Enloe waa recognized on his point ot order and demanded that the worda be taken if itannoyatho gen tleman I will withdraw After s brief dieeuaaioa the apoaker overruled the point nf order on the ground that Enloes proper course would have been to call the gentleman to order and not raiae a point of appealed from the declaion and the clerk proceeded to call the roll on sustaining the decision of the But a storm wae Its rnutter inga were heard when coin ing down the aisle near which Cannon waa iu a tone audible only to those who were in the immediate vicinity be gan to denounce tbat gentlemen in no measured He declared that if Cannons family were in the gallery he would not have uttered the words he His Masons family was in the gallery and he would not sit tamely by and hear them Borne gen tlemen in the vicinity said that the lie passed but before anything more serious occurred the atorm broke out in anothoi Wilson of Washington taking occasion to defend Cannoni action aroueed the Ire of Beckwlth of New Hot worda were ex the lie passed and a blow was Friends aeizad bolli men am finally quieted while every leino crat was on his feet thorougbly enjoying the spectacle of the family Enloe suggested that the house ahould adopt the London prize ring rules many minutes before order wa restored and it required a vigorous work Ing of the apeakera gavel before th clerk could proceed with the roll call The decision of the chair waa auatainei Cannon then arose and said May I have for a moment the attention of th house A few momenta ago the gentle man from New Jeraey denounced m action as a member of the house yeater day as I have had long aer vice in the house and I do not pay a much attention to worda aa others do yet I suppose 1 am AS easily touched b characterizations that to me to b aa any man in the I think that the gentleman will bear me out tha in my yeare eervice I have attempted t keep within the rules of the houae am not to offend the modesty of anybody i the Benste or the I am sure I hau no Intention of doing per under the characterization of tb gentleman from New Jersey who come when be does come with force under standing that I thought it legiti mate to criticise bin sine be baa been a member of the houee pu me iu mind during the last congreua h made a speech against the Mills bill an voted for and thinking that he wa somewhat noted for talking one way voting another I made the remark I ulv And I think that the remark from tha ataadpoint waa I didnt think I could Ciitend anybody unleaa a forced an improper am vfllgar conatruotion wer placed upon and which I did not hav In my and if the conatruction wa placed upon it it will not If an member of the house feela that the priv lieges or che taate of the house have bee violated 1 will bo glad to make any modi ficatlon or withdrawal In my Cannon then proceeded to argui In favor of the speedy of th lard The journal was then naye The speaker then statei the vote recurred upon the propoiitlo of sustaining the decision of the speaker holding that the lard bill waaanunfin lahed of Nev rose to a auestion of prlvlege The gentleman of Illinois Cannon bad made the point that he called an ex but what he McAdoo conatrued aa an additional attack upo fie asked two minutes in which t Conaent waa given but at th speakers requeat McAdoo withhel hia remarkaforthe On auatainin the decision the houa waa once more The two ml Adoo were that No In utterljig woi terpretatlon i lemsrka bid nd blackguard and in uttering hem Cannon had simply found his ue Cannon in reply again disclaimed ny intention of uttering any Evil to him that evl A motion to dispense with further pro ledlngB was 67 BrOBiua of offered a oaolutlon for the arrest of dl ecting the Bargeantatarma to telegraph orsbaent membera and revoking all of absence granted on account of Agreed The house then THE reaolutlon eretofore offered by Plumb Instruct ng the committee on rules to issue auch rdera as will wholly prevent the Bale of vinous and malt liquors In the enate wing of the Capitol was taken up n the senate tbia the first rjuea on being on Butlera amendment irectlng the aergeantat arms to make ally inspection of committee rooms and ther Hawley expressed his regret at Butlers because the amend he had no had been offered a a satire or a He proteated galnat putting on record anything so of The amendment waa The next queetion wae on the amend iouilli Mc from Ita home near The priest communicated with Father Labonreau about the Father La boureau made heard the story of communicated with the parents and thia week the old couple are in on the way o Bault Marie to meet their oat to them aa a mere Borrowed for aa one and to be restored to them they are old and be a man Short In Ull NOIITH slderable ot a sensation was occasioned here today when it wsa learned that agent of the waa abort In bis accounts Traveling Auditor flewett wae making a check of the office Baturd y last when he soon began to discover Bomethlng was Kimball was rvoua from the and it was evident the auditors vialt waa He had not checked very far until he discovered a shortage cf Kimball had gone out aide whan the who waa also an telegraphed the companys gen eral office the condition of things and asked what he Bhould Kimball never and his present whereabouts are the office at present being ment offereu by Blair to add the worda and their use aa a The debate on the tariff bill was re and addressed the aea McPheraona substitute for the wood acheduleaml some amendments of ered by Plumb to some of ita para rapha went over without leaving he whole schedule still The sugar schedule waa also passed jver informally and the tobacco schedule was taken Pasco offered an amendmentto the of paragraph The amend ment is thatlf 10 por instead of any ortion of tobacco imported in any box or package ahall be auitable for Igar the whole Inventory shall ie dutiable aa cigar The memlment waa rejected by a vote of eaa naya atrict No amendment waa offered to any of he four other paragraphs of the tobacco When achedule products proviBions waa paragraph relating to barley having been Aldrich withdrew the amendment ot he finance committee to reduce the duty rom 30 to 85 centn a leaving it at he house rate of 80 The duty on mrley malt waa left at 45 The ice paragraph was then the enate went into executive session and oon Tho Mew Arid Land la a ood deal of talk around the general and ofllce today about the probable ef ect of the legislation respecting arid anda agreed upon by both branchea of congreaa The arid land law of which baa been repealed by the new has been a great check to the buameea of the general land and tlnal action on entries In practically all the region west of the 300th meridian baa buen All theae cases In charge of Traveling Auditor U ia said that his ahortage will about Kimball had formerly been agent of the Big Four at Played Ihelr Last NEW Knighta of Labor have played their laat card againet the New York Central Tc nlght they will have called out every man who owes them allegiance and the atrlke will be enforced oa strongly aa the organization can force The railroad officials are laughing at the efforts of Powderly to tie up the road and say they are managing their business better than ever not withstand ing the shooting of the Vicepresident Webb was seen and in reply to a queation eald What do I think of the course of the federation A wise course for them I ahould The leaders of the federation are astute and cool Their action and subse quent statements of their course will do a great deal to harmonize the relations between employes and A Mother Crazed by the Lou of Her Uoy a newspaper man well known in Brooklyn has been staying with bis farnilj at Lake on Lake Quinsigamond ust outside the city for the aum Hla a lad 14 years of waa bathing and out swam his sinking in the His father employed a for whicfl he paid ind a diver at f 50 per The body waa recovered yesterday afternoon When Hassock was told the news the provision limiting to 320 acres the amount of land that can be patented to one individual practically aboliehed the leaert land act and one or two other of the land Under the desert land act a man could make an entry of 840 acres he could also make a home stead a timber culture The laat three laws limited each entry to fiO It IB considered that the proposed while not perfect is much preferable to the law of and that the provisions exempting from settlement reservoir Utea and pro viding for the right of way through pri vate land for irrigating canal sis ample to carry out the proposed scheme of irriga tion of the desert Thia ia the view held by an experienced official of the general land who is widely ac quainted with the public lands and the administration of public land reunions fur Penaions have beea granted citizens of Kansas as follows act Francis lease Kingman George Osawatomle Van Bhawneo Harvey Lawrence Joseph Mulberry Grove Joseph Grand Summit David Valencia Charles Marion Charles Langley Harper Douglass Donlphan Henry Kingman George Ben Clare John Topeku Mar tin Leavenworth JameB llaileyville Aaron Chase Fletcher John Canton lleiaaue and Jackson Bebetha John Mound Valley M widow of Story of a Stolen years ago there lived with bis wife and family within a few milea of Penitau on the road now leading to the postal village of a French Canadian named Alfred Lamoreaux One day the 8yearold child was It was thought he had oft into the A thorough and systematic search waa kepi trace of the loat child could be It was feared that a bear had carried off the and his parents mourned him as Yeara passed away and nothing more waa seen or heard of the lost chlW and the parents moved away from tha part of the province and went back to near Not long since a prvitt who had charge of a mission Jforthwes was tola by an old deathbed that he years before stolen Defeated for Congress in the Second ndge Phillips of Clay Center Secures the Nomination on the Seven teenth The of WiMxinaln Nominate Editor of for Gov ernor of Lejrfiilatnre of Oklahoma Bnt Adjonrnn Till When Both llranohei will be Congrein In Stolon at Connell ninthOther Hat CLAY Anderaon has been laid ipon the lie will no longer rep esont the Second district Of Kansas In That point was decided to ay when tke Republican ftera strong nominated Judge hillipa of Clay on the aeven eentb The meeting was enthu The platform adopted is an ad anced document in political literature ml absolves the nominee to a degree rom extreme party caucus rule on busi ness and economic queationa affecting he Wltconftln Demo ratio state convention met here he morning was devoted to effecting a lermanent ExSecretary Vilaa waa chairman of the committee on He reported the platform which waa adopted The ilatform condemns the McKinlay and force and Speaker and con looms the Republican extravagance of he present administration and advocates i tariff for It arraigns the itate government for op poses child labor and the Bennett ind argues the sufficiency of previous awsto compei the attendance of chil Iren upon she public and de nounces the Bennett law unAmerican The platform con ludedby demanding ita The flret ballot for governor resulted aa ollowa George Gabriel John Winana Knight Jailey Pecka strength is due to the arge majority by which ho was elected mayor of when theLutherana deserted the Hepublican tntrty on account of the Bennett Oa the sixth ballot a stampede was made to Borne one moved to make he nomination by Bragg objected and insisted on a rollcall The vote stood Bauck Knight Winana dale outside the leaving Haaaock with hia 13year old daughte and a desolate Charged with SANTA war ranta were served thie afternoon by th United Btatea marahal against Franciac for non feaaance In ofllce Luciano Bacca st he paee Joe Y and some of them in the mur der of Fauatln Ortez on March Found a Billed Hall FORT poat office detectives are expected to BOO locate Borne big game at or near For Wayne that may lead to an explanation of a long continued robbery of the mail hereabouts for a long Laat nigh scavengers at work in a aewer found mail sack of the 1880 Thia it iht twenty seventh aack found in thia cit within the past three Only on sack contained Ho far no arrest have been Clubbed to while driving some stock along the waa attacked by Job Force and four who were lying in and probably fatally hi akull being Foice is ii and warrants are out for the in jai Th feui bina death la hourly A Hotter recent dally ralna have freahened th paaturea and softened the ground so tha the farmers are all at work and eitbe sowing turnips and potatoes for thei winter use or preparing the ground to planting The agricultural out look is ao much better here that some o the settlera who had been trying to eel their claims have taken them out of th Iftttulljr bhot Hi Moh of West had a quarrel with hi wife tonight because he insisted on squandering his money for In fit ot rage he seized bis revolver andaho bla wife in the indicting fatal in Before he could escape he wa arrested and landed in He narrow ly escaped The Boiler boile of a locomotive on a freight train of th New Pennsylvania and Ohio rail road exploded thia morning at 3 ocloc while the train waa six mile from thia Engineer Albert Graham and Fireman Joseph Murphy were In stantly killed and horribly mangled b the Weather till For Kansas Pal in southern and stationary tern In northern portion souther LAID ON THE The Oklahoma avThi territorial legislature met with every delegate in hia The session waa entirely of a preliminary nature am nothing waa done beyond the presents tion of Secretary Millei called the convention to order and site prayer the credentials of the member were Adjournment was then taken until tomorrow when an organi zation will be Merten will probably be elected speaker of the lower house and John Linn of the upper Toe capital aite question is the moa absorbing topic just GuthrleBeem to be first choice ot a majority of the Oherrier ia prominently apoken of for clerk of the upper Grimmer of who wa elected to the upper house aa an Inde went inte the Republican caucua laat night and today took hi Beat on the Republican aide of the bouse Temporary special to thi Republic from Guthrie says Botl houses of the territorial legislature her to day effected temporary organization as follows o Payne Clerk of o Payne of Oklabome city Aa canvassing and trades have no been completed both housea adjournec until 10 oclock It la almos definitely settled that the Democrats an Peoples party will the council The Republicans are very over the defeat they met with today in the Brown of Oklahoma declares he has shaken the Uepub can ehacklea off and that he will eontinu to act with the A lively tim ia expected on permanent organization The ijovernorb message will be subrnitte National Farumri COUNCIL eecond daya session of the Nationa Farmers Congreaa began thia mornin at 8 Josmh Wheeler o Kansas presented the Brat paper of th morning Hia aubject was Leg ialatlon for Edward editor of th Omaha epoke on the Bilver question taking the position that the law recently passed by congress is ample for the de ruanda for stimulating silver production and increasing the volume of At the afternoon session F Work of delivered an addree condemning the protective tariff polic aa hostile to the boat interest of th An Editor Repub licanaof the Sixth congressional dis trict today nominated K Redmond editor ol the Booneville Named Ihelr BOISE Democrat state conventionyesterday nominated Benjamin Wilson for Alex ander Mayhew WM nominated to epreaentative in congress At the even ng session Samuel Taylor wsa noml atfld for lieutenant governor the onvention took recess until thia morn 8 A of the atlonal Greenback convention met here About fifty delegateB were After adopting a platform the confer nce adjourned to meet BO roe time in Flnney County very favorable for fall lowing and with frequent Fully one and onehalf ipchea t ram have fallen wlthlc a making every condition that the farmers ould desire for getting in fall The grim has been usy three old and highly esteemed itizfns having leftthifl world for a et ue on the 22nd Humphrey Jonea was one of our oldeat nd moat respected and influential Hla death waa largely caused by remature exertion and exposure after a Ight attack of Zim merman was also an old and well be oved who came here from central ilinoia four yeara Our popular and ighly esteemed young Dell waa snatched from the arma of a eautiful young to whom he had een married lens than ten heae deaths are sincerely mourned by ie entire but the tough old world will continue to jog on ana theaun iae and set juat the same as if death and orrow never had a chance to enter our omea and snatch the loved ones away rom grief stricken Sometimes six weeks will elapse with ut a death or an interment in our cem Two funerals the same which ccurred las are without s par llel Aa a rule the health of the ommunity is uncommonly A cit sen of Grundy living ear Trenton the county who baa een a martyr to asthma for ten years ast and con lined to Ills bed most of the me tilt he became almost a confirmed waa induced partly by force and artly by to visit a relative Hia cure has been immediate and not having bad a symptom of ie old complaint since he came Ie hardly knows what to make of such a and fears it is altogether too good o But several such cures have oc lurred Of course the patient must make up his mind to remain permanent y and continually in the healing atmoa A return to the climate where the rouble originated would bring it all buck The general failure of crops east of us and the consequent rapid advance ii prices baa given new life to our farmers All are busily engaged preparing for sow ng winter wheat next when an mmense acreage will be put both in and all the adjoining Peo le art juat finding out what the country a good Having wasted a large par of their substance in trying to grow corn aud late maturing they find the sure road to aucceea to be in those thai are harvested in June and early In July After loosing years in unsuccessfully try ng to bring the climate to the they have at laat taken the practical course o adapting the crops to the Thi waa done more than ten yeara ago aa fa west aa Great It succeeded there and will alwaya do so Next September let troubli Begins at the public schools We have two very large first class houee where the young Idea is taught how to and every preparation has been made to do thia in firstclass Pro eaaor recently from Emporia baa charge of the High school and Professor Turner presides in tb building south of the railroad A profitable and pleaaant term ol abou nine months IB hoped Since tb great ailing off in one o Jhese great buildinga will be amply auf Select to accommodate all the schoo Hut all the tuiildingB are fully fitted up and occtl pled with a complete stall of teachers even if they only have a few scholar each to care for and Perhap thia Id good but it Is none the leg expensive for the actual tax Our energetic and enterprising Inaur ance Eaq his been absent for some time adjustln insurance losses at Johnson Stanto which waa almoat totally wipec out by He baa performed that dul to the general satisfaction of all con Like the loan Insnr ance men have not found southwester Kansas a very profitable field for thei operations ao but as both are bloate they have very little local o general The new enterprise of honey raisin continuee to prove to be a Co nplete sue The beea are In the beet of health and alfalfa la not only bu and of the very beat A Wreck on the freigh wreck occurred two milea weat of Fair point on the New York Central railroa at midnight last The engine o an bound freight jumped the ralla Albert the was badl and perhaps fatally Lonj also slightly A The OieouKjeii Monitor Incites u Port gueao to shootln scrape aed probable murder of mor than usual savagery occurred here The greeneyed monster hac Uken possession of a Portuguese oitize named Kmil Croiz and he repaired t thb houeevwhere he found big wife What was the exact nature of th quarrel between them not bu Crolx drew a 88 calibre revolver an commenced Hli wife in tb ran to her deponUd Mil la ber bod er skull resisted thu flret bullet and aliened it into ft thin slice of AD entered her a third the a lurth the penetrating the kid nd the fifth the After thia Crolx pulled his pocket jife and attempted to cut bia own in which hn made several ugly ut not fatal Croix ia in Jail nd his wife ia receiving the best medi al IllcTole at niagara of days League of American Wheelmen ces Palmer of one Safety 3 one Handicap 8 one three inutes clasn 2 One ankvr 2 one hamplonehtp safety onehalf ordln onemiarter safety five ordinary Van Wagoner of Newport and Merrell f one and Murphy of wo charnplon hlp A Ornntaed argia and his aged were iday lodged In jail charged with argis is a constable of Steer township nd baa been systematically robbing the ranarlea of hia and disposing f stolen wheat in this city and else The Oorotiera inquest on the eath it Edward Johnson and twenty ne victims of the Colony rall oad disaster at will be iu at Quincy As ia usual in uch cases it will be strictly A Xonceo CITY OK vln from San Salvador and uatemnla state that a protocol of peace wan signed at Winners at to aya races Bertha nna Judge Village Count at of to ays races Strategy Jay Meckie BASH NATIONAL At WB8T 2700023 Base 14 1 and SKCOMD 0100030 010 L Base 12 2 and At 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 4 5 Base Hits 8 Cleve 1 2 and At Baae 8 IS 8 and At New New Baae 4 a and AMORIOAN At Baee 10 3 Columbus and At 0 3 0 0 OJ1 Base 11 0 FLAVKIW At OJ Base 8 U and UBCONI 2 S Baae 7 18 and At 0080000 0 Base 11 7 and At S Base 15 Oleve 3 and At New a 0 0 00 I 4 Base York 12 ErrorsNew B SONS OF The First Daya Session of the National Letters from President Harrison and Others Kccolveit and Reports of Presented by Aid SocietyGrand Prlie Drill at NlchtProffrani or the Bent or Rmbraotng on Met Uatnrdar an Bxcnnlon to the National Boldlen Borne at third ay of the encampment of the Sons of witnessed the arrival of the aat delinquent delegate and a number of vlsltinu membera of the The intire day waa devoted toabusinefa The encampment seeolon opened at 0 and continued until 0 a noon Thn flrbt buaineaa of the encampment waa the reading of com munlcationa from President HarrlBon Harrison expressing regret at not being able to attend the encampment rere The Ladies Aid society represented by Miss Mulholland as was grant ed the floor anil read a Bet of resolutions with rhyme containing an expression love and charity which the eiieampment received amid great ap After the reading of the min utou Lieutenant General Bagley of read hie report and the committee took a recees until a Tho afternoon aeeslon waa devoted to receiving and diaciiBsing To night at Wyatt in the arena of the great amphitheatre and in the presence of the prize duel for a purse of ifSOO la being Tomorrow morning at oclock iho work of electing officers tor the com ing j ear will take On Saturday all the delegates to the en campment and the visiting membera will be given an excursion to the National 3otdierfl homo ftt A Grand Reunion of Theoldaoldiersof Hodge Pawnee and Trego countlea concluded a two days reunion here to About people were in attend including old SpoeuuuB WITH made by Judge Genrge Brownell and Jerry Simp aon failed to put in an appearance and alao totally ignored the letter of Invita tion from the From the great enthusiasm of the old soldiers and people generally when Halloweil one cannot but conclude tbat he IB the favorite ot Cbler Arthur Wrlton n NBW chief erigfheerof the Brotherhood of Locomotive Ungineera hae written a let ter to in which he states the position of the Brotherhood with reference to the Central He saya the policy of the Brotherhood now and alwaya baa been to mind its own The letter la partly in reply to Powderlya open but It makes no reference to Powderlya severe atricturea upon He says if the engineers are taking the places of striking tlremen the local di vision must deal with He con cludes with thia question 1 wonder if Powdtirly had tha Knighta expelled who took the places of our men on the Q Orants Old Grants old the Twenty first Illinois will hold their aixtoenth rnnual reunion at 8 and the present sd jutaut general of ie president of the and Fred Grant ia an honory The members of the old Twenty flm will atk that the remains of their old either taken to Washington or brought to Illinois and laid to rest and a monument be erected over A Contractor Hklpn KOHT a who has been engaged in erecting an immense atable for waa today given by Maddon 1850 with which to pay off hta hands for weeks He failed tu apply the money aa and thia afternoon took a train for the To night it was learned thut he waa in and an officer went over to arrest NegrouM Wnut a ijovernmunt conven tion of the negroea of Calboun and ad joining counties will assemble In this city tomorrow at The object of the meeting la to prepare a memorial to congress asking that the government loan each negro applicant f thia to be expended in the purchase of farming the government to take a twenty year mortgage on the land to secure pay ol Acctpt BAH ernor who waa in the city wai Interviewed with reference to the rumor of bis candidacy for congress in the Eighth district to succeed The governor declared that be waa a candidate for no olltce at but that if the congrosaional nomination ahoulil be tendered him by the conven tion he of deceived a Vatal special to the Emporia aays Frank Koun aged waa instantly killed laat night by a echock of eloctricity received while trilling with the hoisting wire of an electric A Rumor rumor that Port Wayne iwltchmen had struck wu   

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