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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 3, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Friends of CONTKIBUTE to the NEWS DEFENSE HUTCHINSON NEWS Tho Hum Convicted of tho Murder of SlierilY Cross are Contribute to tho luiml fur their Friends of I CONTHI1UTE to tho NEWS DEFENSE WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Yesterdays Proceedings In Both Branches of Jtlie Tariff Bill Taken Ui by tlio Sounte nnil tlio Sngnr Sclicdnlo Hale HIB Beclproolty amend ment to the Bill and the Senate Upon Honae Lottery BUI Beported from the Poltofflco tee and Placed on the the Mutters Evarta presented resolutions ot tho Buffalo iMarchants exchange favoring reclproci Ety not only with the nationa to the south the United but also with that fon the The house bill in relation to lotteries reported from the commit tee and placed on the calendar with a notification by Sawyer that would ask for its consideration as eoon as the tariff bill io Quay gcve notice that he would ask the Btnato on to consider the resolutions relating to the death of Samuul The tariff was then taken up and the eugar sched ule was Carlisle gave notice that he would move to strike out all the paragraph rel ative to sugar Hale offered the reciprocity amendment to the of which he had given notice on the 19th of and ad dressed the senate upon made along statement of the receipts and expenditures of the gov and the probable effect of tbe tariff bill on the He said the total of expenditures for tha jcurreut fis cal year would be about and the total revenues for tho includ ing postal receipts and would be while their brethren on the oaat nnd larg est side aro running their legs off clrcu nting petitions for tho road on their re spective The first bloodshed resulting from the iontrovoray occurred when Bruce had a dispute with Alderman Jaaa over the rlghta of the railway com The quarrel waxed BO hot that Caas slapped Bruce in the The alderman la now under lost control of the horae and they ran down a very steep The omnibus was overthrown and The in jured were Misa Carrie head badly cut and badly bruised Mies Rose wrist sprained Miss Minnie leg and arm wrenched and seriously bruised Charles wrist and ankle everything if there was no tariff bill if the situation remained un changed there would be a surplus of rev enue over expenditures for the current fiscal year of fc Uibsoa asked him whether be had included in the expenditures the amount that would bo paid for With further debate on the subject the senate on motion of ad THE the house the contested ClaytonBreckenridne election was called The case then went over until tomorrow and Gan of then took the floorin a ttatoment relative to appropriations made by this eession of member of the appropriation reviewed the financial situation from a Democratic The speaker announced the appointment of Hayes of as a member of the Uium investigation com mittee in place of Smyaer of re Army Ordem leave of absence granted to Edgar Third department cf Is extended two The following transfers in the Second avalry are ordered Ell from trocp E to troop L Daniel from roop L to troop E Joshua Fow from troop M to troop K Oharlea from E to troop JI First Thomas from troop D to troop M First Guy from troop M to troop D First Frederick from troop L to troop and First Henry from troop B to troop The following transfers in Second infantry are ordered James Mil froin company I to company D Abner from company D to company I Firet Sidney from company I to company A First from com pany K to company 8 Firat Rich ard T from company C to com pany Kj First Abner from company A to company I Second Frederick Van from com pany D to company I Second James from company K to company C Second M from company 0 to company and Second Edward from company I to company Tbe following transfers in the teentb infantry are ordered from company K to pauy and Banjimiu from company 0 to company The following tranafers in the Twenty first infantry are ordered Firat Charles from company G to company B Firat Francia El from company Ii to company F Firat from company I to company G First Edward from company D to company K Firat from company B to company I Firat from company 1 to company A First Lawrence from company Ji to company Firet Francia fiom iompanyjA to company H Second Sdward from company K o company II Second Ohorlea from company D to corapi and Second Monroa MoFe BENEVOLENT Harriett Htnkle and Gideon Wells Leavo Btoney to Harriet of 254 North Thirteenth who was among the victims of the Mount Penn gravity railroad at on August remembered several cbaritloa in which was admitted to probate by regis ter She directs that the Bum of be given to the Grace Protestant Episcopal of which she was a member to the Pastoral Aid As sociation of the and the Eleventh Baptist Twelfth above The residue of her which is in all valued at about is bequeathed to The will of Gideon who died In the Episcopal hospital on July 2 was admitted to probate yesterday by Register of Wills An estate val ued at is bequeathed to his wife during her if sne remains a but if she marry she is to have an Interest only in the onethird or her dow er After her death the estate goes to the share and share cept a who is cut off with o legacy of one ON THE WITNESS Third Vioo Presldont Webb Bo foro tho Board of Version of the IMfllctiltlcs Between the Central Knllroad and Ita Ho BnyH that Several of tlic Mon Know Why Vhey Were and that Thefir BelatlonB with the Knlghta of Tabor had Nothlnr To Do With It Secret Beporu and Kvldencfl the of the DI0chrirjreTJie Testimony Sub NKW state board of arbitration began its session here to day as to the difficulties existing between the New York Central railroad and the cavaIry The house then Our Relations With telegram was received at the department today from Minister saying that the Gautsmalan government has acceded to the demands of this government that the exiled American J be allowed to return to Guatemala City or the purpose of fixing up his private Minister Mizner said nothing with regard to the case of Bar is said that no further action will be taken In that case until Miznera report is received and the department is in full possession of the facts leading to his surrender to the Guat Public Building number of of the house Interested in the public building bills that have so far failed to receive final consideration In the have united in a formal re quest to the cammittee on rules by raeana of a special sulllclont time be afforded to the committee on public buildings and to dispose of some of the more important Treasurer Hustou Will Not Huston has returned to Washington from a short visit to his home in He says that the rumor that he ia about to resign is by Democrats who desire to make discord between tbe president and aud he added that he is too good a Republican to gratify them in that The Blver and Barbor connection the presentation of the conferenct report on tho river and harbor appro priatton bill in the house Chair man of the committee on appro made au exhaustive statement touching the expenditures during the present session of Population of population of the city of as an nouncid by the census office today ia Thia ia an Increase during the decade ot or per To Believe thia afternoon approved the joint reaolu Won making appropriation for the relief of the deatitute in m Trouble Over a Street 2Ground was broken today for Auroras new electric and the company expects to have twelve miles of the road in opera tion by and twenty miles inside cf two The new Edison of the made up largely of retire is vigorously opposing the road om company I to company G The following transfers in ing are ordered in the Ninth Francis from troop L to troop C Cipt lohn from troop O to troop L Louis H troop St to roop B Beers from roop B to troop M First John from troop L to troop F First Alfred from troop F to troop L First George Bur from troop A to troop and First John from troop M to troop Second John Alex ander is detached from duty at Fort and Alexander Perry for duty with troop 0 until fur ther The Isave of absence granted First Charles Tenth cavalry division of the is extended two BATTLE AB9IED RUFFIANS A Young Knglneer Seriously Staubeu While Trying to Knd a KW Urqu a young man who lives at 270 Ninth was seriously stabbed in Linghorsts saloon at 350 Fourth aveuue early yesterday He was wounded four The man who stabbed him but later George Dom was arrested and identified by Urqunart as the man who stabbed Ho is a waiter in Tom Goulda with James of 8SO Fourth was drinking in tho ealooa when three fel one of whom la known as The entered the Aa they came in the door a member of the pirty dropped his and The Doctor ac cused a man of putting his hand in his pocket as he stooped to pick it A quarrel ensued and Urquhart inter ferred in behalf ot The He vigorously denounced the other men aa thieves and they attacked Oue was aimed with a cane and the other with a Urquharta friend Somerville quickly made himself scarce and loft him to tight the rufllana who is a steamboat was soon knocked down and the men leaving him on the floor caveredwith Ho was taken to the New York There are two cuts In his one in his left arm and another in hie left BEAN CASE L Xexae Jury Finally DlBpoaog of a Fa mous celebrated Bean case waa called this morning in the district court at 10 with Special Judge Agnew on the AU partlea announced readiness for at the Instance of the heirs of tho maternal filed an application to be appointed joint administrator with which application was not A jury waa empanelled and The court room was filled with spectators eager to hear the Upon au announce ment of at torney for stated the case to the giving a short detail of its history from the county court to the dis trict court and thence through the su preme where he said decision had been rendered which virtually established the rights of and those claiming with him and against his Bern pleaj side of the therefore he with rew Russels The Saunders side also abandoned all further attempts to establish their The Howard and then introduced witnesses to prove a ne cessity for They read depositions to show the relationship of the persons supporting their The new evidence developed a romance in the marriage of the father and mother of the concerning whom so much has been said in the pa pers in connection with the In 1812 Bean and Winifred Murray eloped and were A stern whose displeasure had been would never forgive the though she pleaded wiUi him for Her old letters to her brother were read in as was also family history Kxploalon on the City of NEW severe ex plosion occurred ou the Inman line steamer City of Chester at halfpast 10 oclock last which resulted in the death of one man and the almost fatal injury of two The City of Chester arrived yesterday morning at her foot of Barrow of longshoremen at once began to unload They worked all day unloading carboys containing carbolic The explosion happened as they were getting out the last of the The burning liquid saturated Noil Ken 40 years of Jersey City An drew 20 years of 557 Greenwich and Joaeph 28 years of 807 Weat Tenth An ambulance was summoned from Vincent hospital and the Injured men were taken Neil Kennedy was dead when the am bulance reached the but It is hoped that the other two men will re Kennedy leaves a widow and several children in Jersey Knights of The first of the parties interested to appear was Third VicePresident Webb was accompanied by hie pri vate secretary and Frank ilson Haines and counsel for the It was nearly half past ten oclock when tho members o the board entered the court room and informed the couneel jtbat they were ready for the Webb waa the Brat nriCneea Webb said that he was third vice president of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad and hud charge of the operation of the The company had no controversy with its On the evening of August a large num ber of the employes left aud their places had been The allegod causa was that twentyeight members out of had been They were dis charged for good but only seven of those men applied to the company for information an to why thoy were dis Subsequently a gentleman from another state called aacl wanted to know why the men worn The witness declined to Kiva the This gentleman was Mr Upon being croas examined Webb said he had nothing to do with tho road outside of the transportation ncd opera ting Dapew waa The witness had discharged the men ou reports from members of the secret service of the These reports are not in They con veyed to him the charges and the evi Contiuing Webb said several of the men knew tho cause for which they were Their relations with the Knights of Labor had nothing to do with their Pryor endeavored to find out if the Knights of Libor question hsd been dis cussed by the board of but the board declined to admit tho qufistiona That shuts us renmknt Webb taid he had arranged for the services of the Plnkertoas men aome time before the When asked about the details of the arrangement Webb declined to answer by the advice of his Webb did not seek the protection of the police authorities prior to employing Pinkertoas This concluded the testimony and the committee adjourned until THE The Recent BatnB Have Had ti Good Uffect Throughout the tarmtrs Jle this weeks issue will say The abundant rains which have recently fallen almost generally throughout the have had a goad effect upon all lute planted have materially revived and now give prom ise of a fair amount of feed for Fruit prospects are bad indeed with the exception of which promise an was the all absorbing toric in tho lobbies in the sonato nnd The bill to make Oklahoma Oily the capital passed tbe but there ia no reason to be lieve why it will pass the Noth ing else of Importance waa brought be fore the house nur MO Chnreo of PrleHt drrented on False a young man who has been in the real es tate business in this was arrested yesterday morning by Chief being charged with obtaining money under false Tho Hart real estate dealers at 1047 Curtis accuse Priest of hav ing obtained from them by giving in exchange a check which has since proven to be Priests first move is said to have been the giving of a which was indorsed by a to Hart Winfleld aa a pay ment on some The paper bad no value according to the statement of the bank and it was returned to Prieat claimed to have had H small balance at the but supposed he could overdraw his ac count to that extent A second check for was then handed to Hurt which aleo proved to be worth Winfleld tried to keep the young man out of his ditlloulty by giving the firms check for the Liter he says he found that Priest never had an account at any bank in the Prieat was then A DRUNKEN Shot Wife and Then Killed Bin Boy and received here from Ban Satur says that a terrible tragedy occurred at West a mining town in Giltive ras Friday in which a man named Gallagher ahot hia wife killed his son aged about 10 and then committed This news waa brought to San Andreas Saturday morn Ing by a meeeeneer who wont there for a From him it was learned that Gallagher had been drinking and in a lit of passion killed hia fam ily and The wife IB not yet but she is not expected to Gallagher has kept the hotel at Went Point several and lately her hus band has been but she sent him money to He came homo re and it is sild wanted more mon but hia wife refused to advance fur ther sums to CABLE QAB1 HUNNINd of Mlflliapg In a Tunnel With BerlonB 2 Travel on the ibe road in Chicago is becoming more angerous every particularly in the arrow parts of tho city and tho Losalle nd Washington street The eet Side cable line this morning killed rank a wealthy fruit dealer of and fatally injuted a conductor nd the driver of a Several pas engers were but none of them will The trouble occurred at half past 0 ae a Madison street grip car was ounding the corner from Fifth avenue o Washington preparatory to its assage through the Immed front was William Robinson riving a He endeavored to cross he street car tracks despite the fast ap roach of the Madison street The rip car crashed into his throw ng it violenily against an east bound Fragments of the grip car and he wagon were hurled in all Conductor Charlea of the oast ound cable was caught between ie grip car and the His left eg and one of his flngera were le also internal and Unrd TluieB for the sealing schooner M attie arrived yester day afternoon from the north for She was seizsd June by United Statea Deputy Collector Em mono tho scoooner having gone in there in dis tress on the day When the case was brought before the court It was the judgment holding that tb vessel had been seized for probable cause Tha schooner waa put ashore when the officers went through Her captain and crew were taken ashore and confined ia the old Biranf where they were kept for three The authorities took away the ealls and all vessel The grounding haa caused her to leak badly and she came here to be Th captain said that the seala seized had bee taken at least thirty miles from any shore on the North Pacific and that th man who made the seizure was a ne taken from the old family Judge Agnew instructed the which retired and in a few moments re turned a verdict for applicants Howard and Joel The court then fixed their bond at This has been a hard fought case from the beginning in but link by link has the testimony of Howard and his co petitioner been corrected until a com plete claim has been formed and their application Hill Walton of Austin and Kvans Evans of represented the suc cessful Wrecked in an FOKPU party of Fou du Lac people had a picnio at the lodge eastof this city They were returning In the evening when the driver A Negro Womaui Suicidal Sept the hos pital in this city young colored lies at the point of She was a passenger on the Baltimore and Ohio train which left Baltimore yes terday When near Ijamavllle fiftythree miles from the train was running at full At that point the railroad crosses the Patapsco river on the trestle bridge about 180 feet long and fifty feet high m the Below in the water are large jagged It was here that made an awful Unobserved she reached the rear door of tha car and gained the plat Before anyone could stop her the woman sprang out from the Down she went over the side of the trestle and struck on the sharp rocks The train was stopped and the woman waa picked badly She has been unconscious since she Beld np a Louisville and Nashville cannon ball train north bound was held up near Peusacola junc forty miles above by rob who entered the express car and compelled the messenger to turnover the contents ef hia It la not known at this time the extent of the After haying secured tbe valuables the robbers escaped to the A Now Ireildent the trus tees of the Northwestern University of Evanston elected Henry Wade president of the though not a is ontt of tbe most prominent laymen In Ameri can He has been for five yeare dean of the Ann Arbor law New Bampublre Demo cratic state convention met here to The usual platform was Charles of was nominated for unusually good Apples are half berries have yielded well aud grapes about an aver From the reports of correspond ents in the different states summary as to the condition of corn and potatoes as compared with an average haa been com Compared with the Inst summary of crop conditions the percentage ahows that Iowa corn has declined 1 per In diana 4 per Missouri 11 per and Nebraska 17 per Tha other states show an improved condition as follows 8 per 5 IS per 1 per 0 per and Michigan 11 per Selfgtrancled NEW ent and homesick yesterday morning El comely young woman of 23 employed as servant by in the Waveotest at 1 East Fiftieth strangled herselt with a The suicide was a native of Sweden and had been in country about two She had been in Lielln service four At first she was bright and but eorne weeks since she received a letter from home containing the sad in telligence that Her mother was Miss ilansen became quite melancholy and waa at times forgetful of her Her behavior in tho latter respect was such a couple ot days ago that she was warned by Liell that slio would have to change her ways or leave hia She was about tbe house as pre paring breakfast but about 0 oclock she was Search was then made for her and abe was found dead on the bed in her She had twisted the towel into a rope and wound it twice around her holding the ends with her until she strangled herself to The dead young woman is said to have some relatives In this but they have not been devoing his time to eaving hich ho deposited in It waa his oast that hia living the year round did ot coat him to exceed three cents per Ho left an estate valued at from to and had no relatives isiding in this CRIME AND Pleasure Boat nt San Diego Sinks With All on Psssonfrer Train on tlic Paclllc Wrecked Near Ferry Boat at With Fifty Beported aad AU on Board City mom with Counterfeit Honey Stabbed For An Bar of Brntal BAN sloop commanded by William a vell known shipping cap zed just outside tha harbor No one saw the A sharp wind as blowing and it ia supposed the sloop waa overturned It was found y some who also saw the odlea of two women floating near tried to secure the bodies but were nable to do no owing to the high hey came to the city and gave the a large fleet of boats went out o search for the but without suc There were six persons In the all of whom were undoubtedly The ladies were lies a daughter of a Presby erian miniater of this and a lady nd two children whose names are un B Willia lam the driver of the waa BO badly hurt that he will A lady paasenger endeavored to save eraelf by jumping from the car back ard and waa badly shaken Gripman Anthony Guinea was badly A jam in the Washington street tunnel borcly after this accident caused a serl UB A Madison street grip car ntered the tunnel east following Milwaukee avenue Tho latter nt stuck in tho middle of the when a second Madison street bl owing close crashed into the ne A panic ensued and ladiea prang out of their seats with their child same of them No one was and the trains were oon started At halfpast 3 oclock a cable train olng through the Washington afreet Nearly Killed by extreme hard shower fell here last accom panied by heavy lightning A bolt struck the residence of Hay of the firm of Hay wholesal dry Hay had her hand o the gas fixture when the flash t was thrown to the floor Hay had became un but speedily The gold chord which supported frames on the wall was and the frames were thrown tha length of the An infant asleep in a cradle had a narrow es as one of the framea atruck four inches from its The wall paper was burned in fantastic and the house was badly be sides being a prominent young holds the position of United States stamp agent at New York He suffered considerable pain Hay suf fered from annel colliecl with a wreaking wagon hue had been sent with a repairing and Frank Nctzar of were On the Rrip and Netzar jocomlng jumped Her usband jumped after her and fell un er the car and waa ground to Ha wife is dangerously ill from fright nd At halfpast 5 oclock the west aide inble and some two hoimnd people were compelled to use he street cars or The cable re mained Idle several city council ie to be appealed to to pass such restrictions as will insure safety on the line or tie up the system until its running arrangements are per KNCOCHTEU WITH A Farmer uf 111 Wll Animal In the morning Peter a farmer living northwes of came to the city with th startling story that he had at an early hour that morning encountered a hug brown colored animal In the public root which runs through some dense timbe near Jacksons horse sudden ly reared when tbo brute was Bean t Creep ttealthily along the It wa coming toward Jackson and was crouch ing The cruel eyes were Intontl fixed on both horse and rider and th animals tall slowly switched to nnd frc Jackson says he was within sixteen fee of the brute and thus obtained a goo view of 80 far as he can remembQy the beaat was larger than any dog or wolf he had ever It wive long anil of a brownish Tho A Fntnl Ballway HOT ter ible accident occurred last four miles from Eagle about sixty miles from on the Northern aciflc Thu east bound pae enger train waa The emlor of the second ex and baggage emigrant nd two day ivere thrown from the Twelve persons were wo Ben umpire ot the 4orthWiBtern and a man named The injured will be aant to The names of the injured are Henly and of Fowler of Froat of Ellenaburg Fur Tacomo Judge George Spokane Falls Oregon cook on tho dining car one of a party of and George Almost it Fatal man named Olren a reception waa given Loland the new of the Sans of Vet by the and Sons of Vet erans of the city Webb stated that the report given to the press to the effect that Griffin was a can didate for reelection was Oklahoma Republl can committee commenced work In earnest removal question Harried a Ran and Miss Mary Bur made a lively sensation They arrived on the morn ing train from Champaign aud proceeded to the office of County Clerk Rodgers and procured a marriage the first ever issued to a colored man in this county to marry a white They went before Judge Daniel Stickle and were united in They feared trouble at Champaign and so came This is the first time a negro and white woman have ever married in Platt A crowd witnessed the cere They formerly lived in Chicago Her Buiilty physouns to day made application in the probate court for an inquiry into the sanity of Maria the noted Woodworth haa been holding meetings here for several months and certain members of her audience became possessed ol what she terms the Others think the peculiar mental and bodily state ii due to hypnotsim exerted by Wood worth and that its elTect la moat perni The basis for the inquiry lies in the fact that Woodworth has stated that while in this state ahe has conversed with the diety and decended into JLIred Poorljr to Die Blob death of George Gilbert which occurred Thurs reveajs some strange doings of the who was a confirmed Du ring the last fifty years he had lived tail wore those of a crouched lower and then with a scream jumped thofenceand disappeared in the Jackson says that tiia family haa bean seriously annoyed of late by the screams of same child or wo aa in An invea iigation would reveal lie says he kept the matter to himself fearing ridicule from his began to complain of strange noises and Jackson thinks the brute has a lair in a patch of deep underbrush north of his He cannot account for its appearence In the and thinks it is a recent While wolves and foxes are unusually numer ous this it cannot be a wolf that is making all the One or two panthers have been causing trouble In western Hancock county this One of them was killed in Adams An effort will be made to exterminate Joseph Eastman was found in the rear of it saloon ut Sixteenth aud Wazee streets last evening by Officer and arrested on a charge of Thoman was put in the bullpen and no particular notice taken of his con Later in the evening when an other prisoner was put in the pen a large pool of blood was An examina tion showed that Eantman had received an ugly blow in the back of the head From a blunt instrument and an artery had been Eastman was at once attended to by Police Surgeon He had a narrow escape from bleeding to It IB not known where or how he re ceived the A Brutal money or your was the demand which met Samuel Franclt while walking through the eastern portion ot the cut at an early hour thia It came from foot and when Francia made a desper ate resistance he was brutally assaulted and left to His tongue was wrenched from Its roots in the attempt to keep him and his when ho crawled a neighboring td was He may A large aura of money was taken from him Stabbed for Au of Howard s a patient at Bollevue suffer ng from a knife wound in the abdomen which waa inflicted by George Howard waa selling hot corn m Friday night at Twentyeighth olreet and Third Hughes asked for an which he ate and did not pay n order to avoid trouble Howard moved but Hughea followed him and stabbed him because he was not allowed o take more At the Yorkville po ine court Hughea was held to await the reault of Howards Pockets Full of NBW well dressed men staggered into Thomas Me Manns at 40 Henry at 1 oclock last One of them offered in pay ment for the drinks they hat taken a sil ver dollar which was light in The other man left the The bar tender refubed to accept the spurious coin and ran from behind the bar and took Hold of the man who gave it to A policeman was summoned and he took charge of the As the two passed out of the saloon door the prison er threw a handful of money Into an ash barrel which was standing An ex amination revealed fourteen spurious At the Madison street elation three more spurious dollars were found in his The prisoner refused to give Manama or Llvlug with a Broken Wood a former conductor on the Missouri Kansas and Texas who had his broken in a wreck July arrived here today on his way to As far ai known he is the second person who ever lived after having his neck broken He weara a brace or cage to keep his bead in Hli general health ii but he has retired permanently from railroading after having followed i thirty Flooded with Counterfeit KANSAS numbers of counterfeit bills are in circulation in this The counterfeits are of the United States treasury flvo dollar certificates and of the twenty dollar isaueof The German National bank of New The five iollar counterfeit of these series of etter check and is a fair The other spurious bill is a good copy of lie It is of the series of t is the belief of the bank clucers hera that an gang is present m the city disposing of the queer fitly Uve special to the Iionctr Ireuttom says About midnight It was reported pretty generally that the steam ferry plying be tween Duluth and West Superior had aunk with fifty paatengers on There is a heavy sea on the but the my ia rather quiet considering the high It Is possible some accident has but no confirmation as A BuoBWay Ijtreet an electric car became uncoupled and sped down the bill at a terriuc The car was crowded with wonif i and children who were going out to the grounds where the labor was Many leaped OH and a num ber were severely but it Is thought none at aheepihead SUKKITSHICAD RACK winners of the races todny were as follows Montague and Hal   

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