Hutchinson News, August 31, 1890

Hutchinson News

August 31, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 31, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas NEWS is read by more people than any oilier Kansas HUTCHINSON Best Advertising ji A in the NEWS vield f the best SUNDAY AUGUST Some of Them are BO Im moderately LOOK in An Inirafflelent Force In the Pension Bureau Struggling with Fresh Applicants a A Veep lota Senator Insulin Work and an Kitlroate of What He In Doing For the Old PlumbB Antl8aloon Beaolutlou out of Sight la a Committee HamB of DB Klaoldated B by TUB HUTCIUNBON NEWS 800 Twelfth f A light mail this explained Senator Ingalls the other day when the bureau asked for eome news concerning pension There were on the leek that morning but seventeen lettera from the commis sioner instead of the usual fifty thoae had received attention as follows Three required additional two had beea sent to the board of re this is the last move before a de cision IB and at this point the chances are all for a favorable Four had been placed in the completed files which means a decision one way or the other within ninety days two wre rejected on insufficient proof and six were The lucky ones were Pratt of Robert Shi boletb Topeka Atchison who obtained also in and John Harwood of who received good character and Jointly proclaimed the senate as composed of the most tem perate and altogether irreproachable gentlemen on Senator Frye of extended his including Saloonkeeper Price whom he declared an honorable and furthermore that he Frye never knew that liquors were sold in the senate and that he had never seen a man drink nor had he smelled liquors in that Considering his general ignorance of the question it was singular that the gentleman should admit know Ing whisky even by It was fur thermore disclosed that a rule Identical with the Plumb resolution already why it has not been enforced was a point not reached in this It how be gratifying to the public to know that Page will abide by whatever or der ho may now receive from the com mitteee on The facts remain there is an unlicensed bar run by the senate of the United and excess ive drinking prevails in the national Cap if not among senators themselves by other men entrusted with public busi A resolution to settle this upon the senate iloor was defeated by the en tire vote of the as against that of the man who offered Senator Plumb of CLARKBON ADMITS also In arrears since A tow days on the 2ild of the department mail of the indolent and indifferent Ingalls was again noted in the interest of the High water mark explained the toss ing over the fiftyfive letters which re lated to pensions Eleven names were added to the successful list as fol lows John Topeka Charles care of Hutchinson Brent Clay Center McPaernon Corn ing George Clerc Cawker City Lizzie The others were in various of two being referral to special nine required additional evi oue was under one had goue to the war department for mil itary one to completed one refused fifteen ordered to re port to the board of examining ten to the board of three were booked for immediate consideration and only two were Claimants frequently feel that their cases are not disposed of as rapidly as they might but a glance into Ingalla committee room und a peep at the stack of replies from the commissioner would give some idea of the work Involved in the securing of and if they will remember in addition that the pen The NEWS in discussing the rents paid by the government for postofllce has been asking whether or not Uncle Ham is a deadbeat Repeating this question to first assistant postmaster elicited a very frank statement frum the most genial ollicial in Thats the case remarked Clark son when he had carefully read the Uncle 8am represents the is in fact the typical Ameri can citizen ready to take all he can get for his Just so long as people wanting postofnces will rent rooms for a year the government will take If the village folks quarrel over location and offer their room a free your uncle is going to gobble them No false pride about the government when it comes to saving the peoples and then Clurkaon explained how the government only appropriated 000 for the poatoQlce that expenses were and that it cost for transportation of govern ment official In fact so graphically did Clarknon portray the slender re sources of the and so ably did he indorse Uncle Barns ideas of econ omy and business methods that one felt disposed not only to but to suggest further to towns wanting postofilcea that the citizens not only compete and run the rents down to a but that the dollar should be raised by local subscription and donated to thrifty Uncle INSPECTING SKNATOH Cant do Why not Ingalls does not like Oh and the lanky who was accompanied by his wife and lowered his opera glasses and looked at the doorkeeper with keen dis loyment of a row between The word enjoyment Is used advisedly for a spicy or even a plain old fashioned knockdown would have been a vast Improvement on the filibustering and the monotonous and harrowing roll cull which bad prevailed aince The house members are getting to be as restless and savage as a lot of convicts I once who had been condemned for insubordination to the idle house of the Ohio state the honorable member from who made lunge at the honorable member from New has once before this session distinguished during the silver Sen ator It is went over to the house and calling Wilson aside scored him for his attitude on that ques tion whereupen Wilson told the emi nent statesman from Montana to abut up and mind his own business or get licked then and INBAULa AS A prevailing notion that memorial day in the senate is an utterly stupid and cold was not borne out by the scene in the senate on the day appointed for eu lories upon the late Senator Upon the mere probability of Ingalls hav ing something to the galleries were well while every senator in the city occupied his seat upon the The some of them and all marked ly sincere and tender tribute to the were listened to with genuine which rose only to com plete sympathy and unqualilied admira tion when Senator Ingalls In galls is accused of and yet this mttn never rises to speak on the senate iloor that the privileged llatener does not condemn modesty indifference or which keeps him so long However well his speeche to be fully appreciated they de mand the accompaniment of his match less A man who on an compel at will the laugh ter and the admiration of even his ene carries within himself both ahiel and 89 long as John Ingall will consent to talk and the people ca get within sound of bis neithe newspaper cquibs nor Democratic reso lutionscan Jostle him from the pedesta of popular FLORENCE IN be Senate Discusses ttio Wool Schedule of the Tariff Made by Senators and tint Xo Action 1IEOAMK A A Michigan Widow Who Did Not Follow One Lovers Lewis Clam resides in Burnside this coun ao does Albert likewise a pret ty young The natural sequence followed aud both Clam and Butler fell in love with that and she kept them both on the Clam called on her Tuesday night and told her how much he loved and wanted her to and n The Home the Subject of Labor Has the EightHour Law Amended and Bill to Amend the alien Contract Labor IAW Passes Without Labor on Fuhllo Worka Prohib the senate its morning Morgan presented rsso utions of a colored mass meeting in the passage of he federal election McMillan asked to have the house eaolutlon taken up and passed granting fifteen daye leiwe of absence annually to lerka and employee in first and second loss but Edmunds ected on the ground that itaconsider would occupy Tbe involved a good dual of money OB he leave of absence provided for would irobably necessitate tno employment of xtra The tariff bill waa then taken tha pending queatioa being on Carlisles to strike out the wool paragraph so as to place wool on the free Aldrich gave notice that on Mon day he would move that Tuesday and Wednesday the senate should take a re cess from to McDaniel addressed the senate in support of the Allison believed that aome of the rates in the wool schedule were too high Tbe Republican members of tne finance had been told by hclr Democratic associates to 30 on anc make up a bill to suit ant that they the Democrats would content themselves with offering amendments to and therefore the bill waa now treated on both sides of the KB a party Plumb said that the senator from Iowa Allison had told the senate to day that many of the duties in the woo schedule were too but that his fee were in the toils and that he was con strained to regard the pending bill as a party Did that mean tbe taril as a whole It meant that ever letter and punctuation in the wholi schedule had become an article of party and that aa a party he Mi Allison was obliged to stand by them al He Plumb did not bsliave in bar gains where one aide aid all the tradln and the other side had to take what h could Allison to Plumb strictures upon him and repeated why was that the tariff bill was a party meas That senator hail represented him he as a bond but he was a free in respect to the pending bill aa th senator from or any other sen He waa in favor of the genera on bill providing for additional force to Into effect the dependent pension the meat inspection bill and the agricultural college Olarkaonfl Retirement rst assistant postmaster uracti ally concluded his service In the post fllce department The president much desired his further continuance in he but Clarkson wasunable remain I Is stated thut Mr larkson assumed the office only at the strong perauation of the the Republican national com itiee and the leading men of the nd that he has remained in it since gainst his own Ue said to a reporter of the Associated reas tonight I accepted this oiler nwilllngly and for a term ot years and I lay it down My elations with the president aud the post uaster general have never been else than ardial and But I have no iking for and while the ostal service is one that will absorb the nterest and command the pride ot any ne connected with I very much pro er private life and its reports that I have given up Iowa eion bureau with an Insufficient force is now struggling with fresh appli cations a much of tbe delay will be Tho cases referred to in this letter are all from The pension claims placed in Ingallshanda by veterans in states without Republican are added to the list of his own Pension agents are con tinually receiving his aid in the prosecu tion of claims which pays them 25 A pension agent of Kansas who has been fighting his own claim for twenty years finally threw up his hands and called upon Senator Ue la drawing his pension TIIKV DODOE Till When Chaplain of the invoked divine guidance for that body on Wednesday there were but seven including as it indorsed the suggestion by their Which gentlemen were and Casey on the and Blair and Cockrell on the Democratic After the read ing of the journal and usual prelimin aries enough dropped in from one door and another to make a respectable show ing before the almost empty Senator Plumb came us with an armful of and spreading them over his detk he glanced hastily up and down the columns like a man bent upon knowing the public even though he must steal the time to do The first basinets enacted was the third presentation of tho Plumb resolu tion on the sale of intoxicants in the senate The second bit of import ant after brief and Incense queutal was to consign the said with its drinking also to its eternal resting under the auspices of the committee on The if such avoiding the Issue might be called dis closed merely the senate has no Idea of seriously considering or enforcing such an and that if such resolu tions were based on suflloient will not be presented in the open Instead of touching the facts behind the the immoderate drinking of clerks and the senators on both aides referred to Itaa a matter relating only to the senate and an attack upon the reputation of Then followed a sort of praise ia which Democrats RB other of appointment written on his The rural visitor to the Capitol In coming from tbe rotunda to tbe senate wing through tbe open doors of the senate found himself directly visavla to the president of the Vow was a fine opportunity to see the Kansas but he had no sooner brought bis instru ment to bear upon that gentleman tban the doorkeeper laid hold on politely explaining that Inealls did not enjoy this direct and that he must be studied in a less conspicuous manner from tbe After the party were safely out of hearing en route to the gal I questioned the doorkeeper con ceraing the Baking whether or not it was an ordinary laughed the whenever it is so warm that these doors must be I have to keep people from crowding and staring at In galls througb their opera Of course everybody wants to see and they take him in j ust aa they do the pic tures and statuesn and other interesting and admirable points of the Capitol Ten minutes later I saw the same group in the gallery where tbe tall man In his Sunday clothes was studying the presiding officer to his hearts A DEMOCRATIC principle of protection to the America industries as he the minor were and American interest understood an it was that left the details of the he surrendered his bi needa ran to put it incondition for plow the while in some parts of southwest sections heavy rains have stopped the Bsewhere the soil Is in good condition and plowing ia being The acreage sown in wheat will be greater than lost The corn and fruit have improved very decidedly during the The Indications are that under continued fa vorable conditions the corn crop will be nearly an average nd my home are It ia the est state in the Union and my lot is ast with Clarkson will very soon assume be presidency of the Judson Pneumatics ailway which applies a new irincipal to locomotion and to motive tower In the and which is new luildlng a railway n Washington n his nearly eighteen months in office Clarkson baa appointed fourth class and established new making his record n All the appointments of the fllce department are made up in the irat assistants office and in presidential illlcea appointments have been made during Clarksons official eaving only 400 of this class of offices This ia the largest record n exchanges and establishments of post offices in the same length of The men most prominently named Clarkaona succeaeorare Paynef of Wisconsin Chauncey oe Missouri John of Iowa 8am uel of Connecticut of and now chief clerk of the As Dlarkson waa the only representative of tbe Mississippi valley and the west in the it is thought that his sue than who had been waiting out side called and pathetically advised her not to be a She aaid he would not If he would hasten and get a marriage Butler promised to use all but Clam found out Butlers inten and as soon as the county clerks office was opened Wednesday morning he got a Less than an hour after ward Butler got his and Clam heard of it Each know the others in tention and each hired a horse to beat the other to the widows Butler played in bard luck as he got a horse that had the heaves and while his horse was standing still in the road coughing as if hie head would drop Clam dashed by and arrived at the widows house ten minutes ahead of and by the time the tardy man arrived at the Justices house to urge his the widow had become a expected some points Two BllceB cents in 15 Which modest order acircely raeeta the preconceived Idea of a rich senators Nor were tbe two eggs and two slices of toast herein mentioned of unu sual and they were served boldly on uncovered No one could possibly have mistaken this part of the order for aoftBhell crabs and water The feature of the was the pot of figured at fifteen which by the way IB the price of one cold This pot of tea was of from the rest aurant end of the senate but It was poured from a bottle intn small which glass was deposited in an empty cup and thereafter planted alongside the eggs and toaat before the distinguished It is on such frugal lunches that Democratic senators prepare themselves for the afternoon tussle with the SATAN CLAIMS THB While the senate wat drowsily and pacifically agreeing to gather up tbe fragments and come to a vote on the tbe house was given over to tbe en UK WILL Governor Ollcb of KanHAB Uay Make the Hnce is a great unanimity on the partof the Dem ocratic and Independent preaa of the state that exGovernor George Qlick should be nominated at the Wichita convention to head the Democratic and that gentleman is flooded with letters daily from prominent men asking that he con sent to a The Gov ernor Qlloks home in speaking of the position he saye Governor Glick Is not seeking anom and does not desire In he honestly prefers that no nomination be tendered and it would be a great sacrifice on his part to accept baa been highly honored in the past by his party and he ie not un Should the nomination come ta him with substantial unanimity should he be asked to make the sacrifice of his his means and his for the good of the party he has loved ao well and served so and whose prin ciples are so dear to the Patriot be lieves that he will make the Weekly Bank NEW weekly bank atatement shows the following changea in legal The bank now Bold less than the require ments of the 25 per cent Starving In Progress and confirmed tbe previous report of the failure of the crops ia that district and say tbat never bay the pros pects been so discouraging as Sev eral families are preparing to emigrate to the United States for An Alliance party held a picnic here The at tendance Judge Mr Allen and Lease made addressee In the bill ha would be found tn antag onism Yjllli name of his associates on the He admitted that he bad never been satisfied with the wool ached He did not believe that it would be wise for American farmers to undertake to produce the lowpriced But he was willing to give them the chance to teat the experiment Hawley informed Allison whenever the duties on wool were re duced it would be found that the woolen manufacturers would show an equal readiness to have the duties on woolen goods Allison said that be was not pre pared to suggest that the great wool pro ducing Industries of the country should not be protected BB other industries were When the country was will ing to be put on a free trade basis he would go with Carlisle In his motion to put wool on the free But until that point WBB reached he was in favor of caring for the wool growers of the United mates M he was in favor of caring for ither Astotho needs of the jovernment in regard to revenue be would apeak on that point when the sugar question came up for and ie thought that be should be able to bow conclusively that sugar could be put on the free list aud the consumers elieved of two centa a pound id the any danger to he revenue any danger to be I am in favor of that pro Noactiononthe paragraph was reached ceasor is most likely to come from the west The Union Pncino Fandine HILL Dalzell of chairman of the house committee on Pacific to day submitted to the house in behalf ot a minority of a report in opposition to the bill for tUe refunding of the debt of the Central and cific Tae report IB signed by Representatives Cooper of ONjol of and the minority agree In the opposition to the proposed their the report ia based upon different and it has been dueuiid upon to rof ruin for the present from setting out length their individual views and the gumehls to sustain them and to join in a report which eball simply express e common dissent ot all to themajority All the minority that a plain busineHS proposition the bill ported gives an unjust advantage to the ibtors and fails to do justice to the gov and for tbat reason they feel emselves compelled to oppose its pas Wichitas Pot superintendent of announces Ucially that the population of is TUB BACK Potomac Wins the Futurity Stake and at 8heepnhead BAY RACK There was nothing the matter with the weather this morning for tbe great day of the futurity It is not every day that one can see go to one just because a homo paused an iron post with a glided ball on three or four foet ahead of There were probably persons The futurity a sweep stakes for 2yearolds the Coney Island Jockey Club to add Starters Rey Del Long Bettie Nellie Rus Long Fortune carried three Nellie Blj two pounds over Potomac August Belmoats colt by out of Suaquehauna has won the third futurity in and thus becomes a worthy successor to Proc tor Knott and Hla stiuile com panion by out of Mag is second and the junior a good Rey Dell Ambulance and Poto mac were the ones most in demand one the latter finally closed a strong favorite The horaes galloped from the paddock to the each one receiving a libera share of applause as he passed the gram When they arrived at the start ing post there waa a long delay and final ly a shout went upTheyre oil and th crowd rose aa if one man to awe tbe race It was a grand but Montana and Roy Del were alow to get in motion and lot Nellie Bly was the first to fol lowed by Bettio Prather an Long Fortune and held her lead for i sixteenth when she gave way to Russell Rusaell was leading by half a length a the furlong followed by Ksperuzs Cleopatra and Strathmeth They ran in this order down to tbe three eights pole where Monterey took th third while Maaher and had both Improved their As they swung into the stretch Potoma took the followed by Strathmeth and Then Fitzpatrick o Htiathmeth commence to HI weight was too for howeve THE The house roceeded to tbe consideration of the bil or the adjustment of the accounts of la workmen and mechanics arialni out of the eighthour Brewer offered the amendmen providing that this act shall not be oper ative whenever tbe court of claims ehal find that the claimant performed servic under contractexpressed and has beei made tbe amount agreed Brewers amendment was adopted and the bill was then The house then proceeded to the con slderation of the bill to amend the alle contract labor Buchanan of New Jersey Quinn of New Chlpman of Mich and Neldrlnghaus of ad vocated the bill and after further ion it was passed without Williams ot from th committee on labor then called up tb bill prohibiting tbe employment ot con vlct labor on public Also tbe bill to prevent the purchase o tbe product of convict labo by the United Dingley of Maine presented tb conference report on the bill to prevon collisions at tea and it was Tbe bouse then Approved by tbe preside baa approved tne sundry civil appropria GENERAL 3rovernor Steelee Message to tho Legislature of c liecommenrts Among Other Things Meusnres for the Speedy Relief of Document Manr Good DlebluBon County in ConnollLlkewlHO the Untorrloed of gallne County Get To BonnlngHatincatlon Meet ing at In ttehalf of the Fifth District Nominee for Con Political The ranches of the legislature convened in olnt session at 8 oclock this afternoon o hear Governor Steeles first message is very In it the gov rnor refers fittingly to the deaths of nembera elect Burke and He jromiaea his earnest sympathy and sup port in enacting a wiso and economical ode of laws for the Reference made to the deplorable condition of the many of whom he says xhausted their means while ng to enter the territory DE3TRUOTIVB and the crowd seeing this yelled Poto mac wirif I Belmout wins too It waa Potomac held his lend east and dashed The other races were won by ICingeto Bobby Concerning tho 30 prlvat letter fromWashington says Presiden ilarrieon will in a abort time issue proclamation for the Indiana of the Pot tftwatomie in Jackson coun to take their head and ordering that the residue of their lands be sold to white settlers for the benefit of the Thla will distribute about acres in sev erally to tbe and put upon the market about The Indian lauds will be inalienable for twentylive not taxable dur ing that Tbe object of distribu ting these lands In severally is to break up the tribal relation of the so that they may become to some The reserva tion is in the heart of a populous and fer tile and the new order will re sult In an increase of its population and wait while ithera were ruined by tho He longratulated the people that the federal overnmeut has provided for a partial amelioration of their lie urges that some means be devised which seed wheat may be loaned to tha ItMtitute He recommends the ssuance of bonds by the territory to pur chase aeed and loan it to the must cleeti He refers proudly to the biaveiy with which the people have withstood heir troubles mid predicts a a bright future for the The governor recommends that the first work if the legislature be devoted to tho provis on for the construction of tho necessary territorial and county buildings that nay be furnished speedily to idle He expresses tho hope that anil uniformity of taxation maybe the ground work of their He recom mends thu enactment of a j udiciousiherd aw and stringent laws to prevent the in troduction into the territory of diseased Peopleu Party of blmwiiue The Peoples including the Farmers and Citi zens Alliances of Bhawnee met at today for the purpose of nominating a county A tempor ary organization was made by electing Kieno of and The forenoon was taken up in hearing the reports of com About seventy eight delegates the oreieniiaL At the afternoon seosion was and Grant of Mano was placed in nomination for clerk of the district and he was nomina ted by Frank Herald re ceived the nomination for county attor ney OB the first receiving 3 of 41 votes the vote belnif by ballot instead of lodd re ceived the majority on the first and he was declared the nominee for pro bate Bhawnee Ootnty The Bhawnee county Democratic convention this after orth Dakota SufToran material the Flames Were wide read prai I fire rav iged undrecis of thousands of acres along the ittle Missouri river two or three days about forty miles from the main line f the Northern Pacific The real range of the cattle company was swept The fire was put out jjmeans of horses which were killed or the purpose of uaing them aa drags to xtinguishthe The horses were plit up the back and the carcases over the country by long Twelve hundred head of horses were tampeded ta the four Book Inland 8u erintendeflt Dunlap of the Rock Island and Pacific an nounces the appointment of Hovey to be superintendent of the western di with headquarters at Colorado vice Liwronce resigned to accept a position on the Colorado Mld aud also the appointment of Mor ton to become with head quarters Morton tag beea passenger conductor on the Hock Island for some Theae ap pointments are to take effect An Escaped Convict Important arrest was made here today by Chief of this Tho man ar rested is Charles alias Wil who escaped seven years ago from the penitentiary at where he was serving a term of ten years for tm outrageous committed upon a lit tle He had served three years when he Foster will be taken back io where he is wanted by Warden A big reward was offered for hie noon selected the following delegates to the state convention at Septem ber Ran Van John David To the congressional convention at Em Buptember 18th Frank Tom Heabold The Alliance Defeated the Democratic primnry election in the Third congressional Johnston cf Newberry county was nominated by a majority of twentyfour About votes worn Johnstons oppo The Katuuu Salt railroad lornpauies have filed with the railroad oommUaioners new salt tariffs from Kan los The rate to the Missouri river luabeen raised from to 11 but all intervening rates have been reduced o the same making quite a reduc tion at many There is an Increase in the northwestern and western part of the Wanta tar a through bis filed a suit against the Big Four railroad te claiming damages for injuries ecelved in a wreck near u Whetshire was fireman n a freight and through the negli gence of the train dispatcher a collision and his injuries necessitated be amputation of his leg below his Struck by a Cyclone 80A cy lone paBBfcd over this city Thursday Ight doing a great amount of The cart compauyti paint shop and store a building 40 by 180 three itorles was entirely demolished ind a great quantity of partially finiiihed work the damage amounting to everal thousand neat was who had the endorsement of the Farmers Alliance and who ran on a Furmert Alliance plat flis defeat is a clean defeat of Alliance Mluourl Crop erop bulletin of the Missouri state board of coopera tive with the United States signal for the week ending The rainfall for the week was above the normal in the southwest and centra1 normal in the northwest ant southeast sections and below the norma in the northeast The temperature and sunshine were normal in all sections The grouni Manlto ia and northwest harvest is now proba bly beyond reach of The yield of grain and roots Is such as never surpassed and seldom equalled in any million dollars will ome into Manitoba and the northwest tor wheat Batlttcatlan Meeting at 30 A monster atiflcation meeting was held here to Ight over the nomination of Phillips for Thousands Urned out and as no ball in tho city was arge etibugh the meeting wan held in he Coaster Phillips delivered i masterly oration upon the issues of the Itwaa received with tremendous Dlokluiua Demo cratic county Convention to select state and congressional delegates was held this Tae usual resolutions were The auto delegates wili be for Kirby of for treasurer and he congressional delegates for Park Warren Of Solomon for congress Mint Ueet the Arbitration NEW connection with the strike VlcePreaident Webb ot the New York Central was served with a summons to appear before the state board ot which meeta here Tuesday About to Klw and Make Up Emperor Francis Josepn and the of Bava ria are mediating between Emperor Wil Ham and Prince a reconcil iMion it almost Saline County Demo cratic county convention to elect dele gates to tbu state and congressional con ventions met here The delegates to state convention favor Robinson for with Oilck for second The congressional dulegates favor Republicans aft Aug Republi cans of this county today elected dele gates to the state The reso lutions wndorse Governor Humphrey And his administration and Senators and Weather recast till 8 For Kannaa Warm weather southerly ;

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