Hutchinson News, September 6, 1890

Hutchinson News

September 06, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 6, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Friends of CONTRIBUTE to the NEWS DEFENSE rir HUTCHINSON The men Convicted of the Mardor of Sheriff Cross nre Contribute to the NEWS Fund for their Friends of CONTKIBUTE to tho NEWS DEFENSE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER IN The Son ate Passes Upon the Freo List of tho Tariff Hurting Twine to bo Admitted Froo of llntyTho Lnmber Sclted nlc he Couteat From the ceconil Ulatrlotof Arhanaaa Hottled by the of Pnrchnaea Yea and for the Future for Oltliena of Army Orclera and Oilier Waahlngton the read f the journal of yesterday tho tariff was taken up and the consideration he free liat was proceeded Vance moved to strike out the proviso in tho paragraph relating to ani mals Imported specially for breeding The proviso requires the ani mals to be pure of recognized with record of The motion waa nays The senate then went back to the par agraph relating to which Plmuh had yesterday moved to amend by striking outthe ratf on mei The mcliou win Piiitnb heliiK ha only Republican who voted Tho consul eratlon of free list wan Davis moral to inBtrt binding twino in the free and movtU to amend the arflomlmmtby add Vanced motion wos Psddcck being ttie only wuj voted The nutation recunio uu Davit movad to add to Divis uianndtnent the aad bags for grain made of nays 28 Tho Republicana who voted aye were Mitchell and Ingalls Mandercon and Paddock did no Davis amendment was then agreed najs 18 I All the Democrats except Blodgett votec T in company w ith the following uaiued Republicana ilau Spoouer and The negative votts were given by Chandler Stoekbridge and YYol Paddock otateil at a subsequent stage of the proceedings that he uua abhbitt when IQO vote wns taken TJk Had ha been prOEunt he would have votod for us mid done On motion of Carlisle the word Degrau was struck oft paragraph h73 ilumo moved to strike off the free list paragraph raw or un wuetner dry or urn argued iu support of the Tho motion WAS 15 Vest moved to insert in the f rei list hewn and iquared and sided and sawed pank deals and other lumber of white white pine and bass Mandereon moved to strike out ol the amendment the hemlock sycamore and leaving the amendment to apply only to Alumber of white After considera Tble discussion the vote was taken and Manderaoni amendment to Mr Vests motion was 3 Plumb and Wash naya Tiie vote was next taken on Vestu motion and it was rejectee naya The Republican sen ators who voted yea were Man Pdddock and Plumb moved to insert in the frei list sawed deal and other lumber of white Re nays the Nebrask and Kansas aenatora again voting witl the On motion of Plumb the duty 01 pine clapboards paragraph 213 wan re duced from to 1 cent per The consideration of the free hat wa The committee amendmen putting mica on the free Hat waa rej ecte nayB Mica was then re stored in paragraph at the rate of d per Quay moved to strike out of th tree liat paragraph 005 sulphate iiiinia and all alkaloids or silts of cm fhpna bark Tho motion to strik quinine out of the free list was defeate nays The following is th Vote in J Me NATS gthe seat vacant was agreed nays The house then took a theeven g session to be for the consideration of rivate pension Tho house at tho evening session icsod thirty pension bills and at Army orders sued today were as follows The unexpired pnrt of tho sentence of eneral court department of ia remitted in the cane of Alvle late private troop hird now in the Leavenworth Hilary One year ot the aentence ot general ourt diviaion of the remitted in the case of Thomas Me late private troop Eighth cav now in the Luavenworth military Six months of the sentence of general ourt of tho remitted iu the case of Charles company ow in the Leavanworth military The unexecuted part of the sentence ol eneral department of Ar is remitted in tho ess of late private truufi Fourh nuw Alcatraz Twu yean iif the of general department of in emitted in tli case ni Z pri triiop IVntli Ai IZ Fred con par y F jvdniyfiuiiu lurt N wilt bo sent to Uot harmy navy g nural lorp now iff it Yatep D Is assigned to duty ut taat Tho following transfers of men nre madi Private John rom ciimpasy Fourteenth at Vancouver company TwentyQrat at Fort Bridger Miniclim Ootfred fron lompany Eleventh at Madi on to company 8ixtl at aSewport anc rivate from comiiany ij Seventeeth at Fort Bridger to company Tort The leave of absence granted Firs John twentythird iiifan is extended five Tho following traaafera in tho Foarth ofantryare ordered First Car vor from company E to com any and First Howard H from cnnipiny C to company E regimental Sixth upon ho completion of the transfer of hia roparry reapnneibillty at ForS Leu von proceed to and report for duty with his Bllver amount of liver offered to the treasury department waa and tho amount purchased as follows Pwo hundred thouaand ounces at fifty thousand ounces at Tho secretary of tha treasury after consults ion with the director of the mint haa de cided that he will purchase under the new law ounces of silver be 0 and so as to start it the beginning of the calendar namely with the purchase of ounces per Todays jurchtibos make a total of ounces ilnce the law went jpto Penalona for have been granted citizens of Kansas as fol iws Winfield Wil son Phillipsburg Casper Elmo Pleas West Creek Woodbine John Reissue and Kansas n interview today Governor Glick tated that he bad not allowed his friends o uge his name as a candidate until he ad been fully assured that Governor lobinson would be in the Now hat his friends had used his name In bis convention he would leave the matter or Democratic state convention to He bad no intention of declln ng in favor of any Texaa SAN B Re mbllcan stain convention adjourned this The full ticket in as follows of Heu McKem of AttorneyGeneral of Comptroller William of Land of Superintendentof Public of In regard to the Lodge bill the platform says that in a government of the people the rights of tho minority are as sacred as the rights of the Tho Re publican party is unalterably opposed to every species of class It knows ro class and it beliovea in man hood rrlirage ami the enjoyment by the peopii every right guaranteed by our national and state We mfi to the people of Texas the es tablishment and maintenance of a home for disabled and invalid Texas sol tbn lute war with those enlisted by the republic with proper provisions forrbiir maintenance at the expense of the New following new organizations have been ty the secretary of state of the Church of the Brethren in with head in Clay of Palmer Wakefteld New Nels Johnson and B of The Sun Publishing company at Atchison Directors Frank Will Ketcheson Cass and Clever all of Tho Pitteburg Foundry and Machin at Pittsbtirg Porter Shirk and Ben Oberlin Investment Oberlin DeciUtr Wilaon AHiancn Exchange company Kllaworth Kan of Oartbagea census bureau today announced the population of aa stated to be in A Federation Agaliiat number of th icheet corporations in the country have ormed an alliance against strikes Among the corporations which are mem bers of the combination are the Westing the Yale Lock the Col Arms and four or five other big factories in and presum ably the Pullman The com pact agreed In a strike to en orco unreasonable whethe the strike be against one or all of th ipsociatcd work is to cease The factories are to be allowed to re main idle until they see fit to return and no factory is to employ an worker who may have left another fac tory on a Neither is an associat ed foctory to seek workers during from any of the federated works Legal Taaxle In SALT week ago the supreme court appointe Stone examiner of late receiver of the Mormon church directed him to go behind all matters i connection with his Today Arthu Dyers objected to goin behind court decrees already Th cxamineroverruled the Brow then tiled a document in which it wn shown that Chief J ustice who mad the orjer authorizing Stone to go bebim he was at one time attorney fo the trustees of a Mormon school in acas against and that he was beaten His present order sets aside two decree of the supreme court of Utah and put the matter just where it was when th supreme court firat took up the Th case goea to the United States suprem Paragraph putting sugar not above 18 on the free also went over Paragraph placing In ore and tin on the free list was Amended on motion of Aldrich by griding the words until January out not The consideration of the free list hav been concluded some of the preced ng paragraphs were on motion of taken up again and THE The homo took up the CisytonBreoklnrldge election and Breoktnrldge was accorded the floor In hia own The debate having been oloied Crisp of Georgia moved to recommit the case with instructions to the committee on elections to report which ot the gen tlemen received a majority of the votes of the Second district of The National Iteform new political party was formed after midnight laat night in Central Turner The Na tional Reform such it has been christe the outcome of the convention assembled during the past thirtysix After much vehement discussion the platform as a whole was adopted at a viry late This plat form embraces about twentyfour The abolition of national prohi government control of uniform marriage and divorce protest against the alien ownership ol the regulation of the restriction of foreign There were among the sentiments voiced and agreed A national elective committee was ap consisting of of Chicago of the W Lansing Euwoid N York Uiraiu of Hwodlah littptlitta of tenth annual conference of the Swedish Bap tist church met in this city this after There are about forty delegates present from different parts of the state and more are ROT Seo gren of Kansas was selected as pre aiding Reports from the differ ent churches indicate a prosperous con dition of The conference wili remain in session until Click Still In the report which is being circulated throughout the state that ex Governor Glick has an nounced that he would retire from the gubernatorial race n favor of exGover nor Robinson is without In A DEED OF rain Wrecking on tho Now York Central ho Disaster of Thursday tho Result the llRTlIlxli Work Of bntruaUonn Placed on the Trunk for tlte Purpose uf Derailing the Night Kxprexa the Attempt wan Only Par tially and Hut Three PaB Received Finan cial IiOflH But Central Strike night bout 2 oclock a successful attempt at rain wrecking wag made on the New fork about four miles south of Luckly only one half of the ttempted wrecking was mccebsful and no loas of life or serious injury The second section ot the Montreal rain out of New conatsttng of an mglne and eight was Che train waa twentyfive minutes late running at tho rate of thirtyQvo miles an When the engine struck he obstruction on the it wns lifted upward into the and the whole train was thrown from the The for ward portion of tho engine was suspend ed in the The engineer and fireman loth stuck to their Tha first leoper contained twenty two It slid down the embankment and came to a standstill on its None jf the passengers in this car were The second coach turned a complete somersault and landed in the ditch bottom side Ia this car was only one Miss of the conductor and a jut they were Tho third car was thrown directly across the ditch at right angles wifh the Ther j were about tight passengers in this coach making in all about thirtylive who wore so fortunrely stiveJ from instant The other coaches did not leave ho road but were lying obliquely across tLo north while the fourth coach was suspended In the air over the held in the air by ita couplinga and tho resistance ottered by the weight of the other three Superintendent Biseell muie an inves tigation aa to cauae of tho wreck and he wan horrified at the He fpund a rail jammed into tho cattle guards and 15 was wedged m with timbpra and se curely held by nsh Die whole arrangement was placed in a eluiti position BO as to lift the train clean off the Continuing hia investigation Bissell found a similar obstruction on the south bound track a way below where the oilier obstruction had been placed on the north The relief which left there at 1 10 returned at All the pnesen tgura were brought back on this train and by actual count juat sixtythree passen gers had occupied the eight Not No ALII inquiry shows that but three persons were in Jured by tho accident on the New York Central and Hudson River railway lasl Every man in the yard here truck This was done to induce he road to accede to the demands of thn trikers at Corcicana for three Additional men In the yards there and one addition il man on each The first freight bat has been moved in a week came o The strikers are not union here being no branch established savs IT is nor the Heraelf Against Charged Agalnflt Sept he femttle shows the great mental strain to which she has recently leen but is full of fight and will combat the proceedings as to her anity with all the force at her com When asked today what he had taken to meet the charges made against her by Adams and Oilier he replied that she had received a number of lottera from physicians and attorneys extending sympathy and offer ng to aid her in frustrating tho attempt o have her declared but as yet had not accepted any of the but would do as Lord and bad no ear aa to the When asked whether her sanity had ever before been questioned ahe replied with a direct denial that the trouble at as to her and no ques tion as to her aanity had ever been How do you explain the power that Is exercised over converts at your services she was I do not explain what people nil down and hold up their but I enow it ia no personal influence of If it how is it that aome converts feel the power at as I can prove they do and have done It is not BUD posed I can hypnotize people I cannot is it But you say it Is nothing akin to hyp notism It is simply the power of God exer cised on the But nil the con verts do not go into these trances by any Only a comparatively small number do Tho power of God is ex orcised in more waya than learn who the other half of the we It proved to be a eater at Parkers on Markam The employes of the place informed Willett that theyuad noticed that Alice made frequent vleita lo the and that she and the professor displayed a great deal of af fection for each Their trysting place was the sidewalk In front of the Barrett is 23 years aad went to Newark from thla The manager of the museum says he will not take Barrett SHOT BIS WIFB AND HI An Injured HaHband rakei Summary Ven geance of ATLANTIC double shooting affray that may prove fatal in one occured at oclock this Joseph of shot his wife at the Win nsqua on Pacific below Ar Ue then placed the revolver to his own but the wound is only He made a second attempt on his but Chief of Police Eldredge reached the scene just in time to throw up the suicides County Phy sician Heilly has grave doubts this morn ing about Youngs The cause of the uuuole wa alleged intimacy between Mrs Young and one Ogden of Delaware who was stopping at the same Young claims to have been informed yesterday by his Philadelphia friends of the undue intimacy between Ogden and Young and so came to Atlantic City laat evening to ascertain the truth of his Young ia locked up awaiting the result of hia wifes Injuries and is occupying tho aame cell uaed by llobertliiiy llam THE Lcwl Griffith Telia Uow Ue Killed Elvira Griffith to day confessed to the murder of the colored woman near He was arraigned before Justice and when the complaint of Coroner charging him with the was and he waa asked if he waa the cold sweat broka out ou his forehead and he faltered out the words I gueaa I am guilty lie was taken back to the Jail and after ward Attorney Dougherty had him brought out and he made a full confes Ho said hn went to the house where the old Elvira and told hor that there were some hens neatu out In a clump of trees near the They went out together to look for and while the woman was atoopini over he shot bar in the head and then through the The powder from the pistol set tire to her and in trying to put it out her dress was llred Htrang Inuueuce Brought to State District Attorney wUo has had under consideration the application of Cyrus one of the men convicted of the murder of Sheriff John Cross of Stevens in NoMans has also obtained Judge Bryants opinion and will forward both to Washington Freaee is sentenced to be hanged with Cham Jack Lawrence and John Jack Strong influences are being brought to bear all over the country in behalf of these Tho judge and district at torney also forwardad their opinions as to the appeal of Charles a negro convicted of rape and IB sentenced to hang Nevada Republi can atate convention today made the following nominations Supreme District Attorney Secretary of Clerk of Supreme New Hampshire WHITE RIVSK returns from all of the 243 towns in the state show a total vote of for for Brigham and V416 for all The returns from 248 towns make Pages plurality and his majority These were Miss aged residence Tre Suffers from nol Charles aged leg no bones These jjtwo persons are at present at the Albany but will resume their journey to aged reaidence 801 Ninth head and neck not She ia at present at the Uelavan The wreck haa completely cleared away and all trains are moving aa It is estimated the loss wil not exceed The general executive board of the Knights of Labor returned to New York on the night boat tonight without stating whether or not they had decided to offe a reward of for the detection und conviction of the train wreckers as the intimated they would do thib afternoon llefore tho Board of ALII state board of arbitration met at this Puroell Powderly did not arrive this Wright and Roger Pryor ap peared for the Knights of and Hamilton Harrison for tho Divi sion Superintendent Blsaell of took the stand and said that all dismiss als on tho New York Central were at the order of the third vicepresident and he understood that Lefevre waa sua pended for lack of attention to He did not know that anybody was dis missed because he was a The testimony of other discharged em ployes was taken The object of the tvitnessei was to ehow that they were dis charged on account of their connection with tho Knights of Olllciala of the road testified to the dUcbargo of the men for CommiBiiouor Purcell a ked for the production of the agree ment between the roatl and the as loretoforo and it waa put in Both sides declared them selves through and the heiriag waa de clared and burnt GriQith is a man about thirtytwo years of five feet eight light He is uneducated and haa a coarse He took off her person and searched for money in the but did not get iltun last by He ully extracted the bullet from Younga head thia Yesterday afternoon a woman called on Young at the ilale Kilbourn shops in Philadelphia where he is a cabinetmaker and bad a conversation with Short ly afterward Young went to the foreman fciul said that ha was going to take the 4 oclock train for Atlantic TUe only explanation he volun teered waa that something was the matter with Hetty and her He would not say what it Outaida of thla tho only thing known about Youngs dotueatic relations was that ho was ex ceedingly irritated and annoyed about his wifes acquaintanceship with the man 6he had become acquainted with him It in Hupposrd that the woman wno called on him yesterday and who appeared to be a informed him that his wife and Ogdeu wore together at the sea AGVIN Towaa Kccentrlo Halooukeeper IJkely to Uo to Jor the most notorious and defiant sa loonkeeper In the win arrested to He haa been openly selling liquor since the original package law went into excusing his action by declaring that thero nere no laws against the sell ing of liquor in Stotniy sacri need a fortune fighting the prohibitory law and at last hia saloon over the door of which the legend The to Hell was always ttopt conspicuously was closed and fines aggregating as wall aa im prisonment sentence of one year were on record against On making a sworn promise to quit business the league secured his pardon from Governor Lira conditioned upon his forever refrain DUNS WEEKLY Condition of Trade Throughout the United Quito a Flurry Occasioned the Failure of Wal lace Tho Volume of Legitimate Uualneea still Than for Any FraTt oaa A Mharp In the Price of tho Mure Important anil 1oth 1roctucnIleporU from In terloi PointsFailures for Uie Week NEW Dun weekly report of says An other large that of Wal lace comes at a time when tho ef fects the PotterLavett failure at Boston prove more disturbing than ez The prospect of speedy action on the tariff bill in the senate and consid erably better sales by clothing dealers have made the wool manufacturers more hopolul and purchases of wool are lar but concessions have been To secure sales on many grades the money market is and it is no ticed here and at Philadelphia that buyers act ailll with great Prices of 104 grades there average 21 0 a shade The dry gooda trade is decidedly laraer than last The iron manufacture la also more and the accounts of trade from all parts of the country are en couraging this At Boston the money market is pretty which affects some Leather la more quiet and hides At Philadelphia collections Chicago reports a heavy increase m cheese nuU while merchandise and especially dry Louia notes good tradn in nearly all with crop prospects somewhat Im Cincinnati Undo business favor able trade ia fairly in nearly al linxu at Cleveland encouraging at De troit better than was anticipated at Mil waukee unchanged at and fair at Kansas From Jacksonville there comes brighter and at Savannah business is The speculative markets are People who have been bulling wheat observe a loss of 5 cento for tho in corn 2 in oata 1 in pork 25 cents per barrel and iu hops 50 ceats per 100 while oil ia Jicent lower and cott in It ia tue prevailing opinion that the second order by the treasury to purchase boudo insures a fairly easy money market for the Trade in all taken Is certuiuly more than 10 greater than at tbt time lam exclusive of speculative about 5 per of the increase is due to the advance in prices since last and the rest to the inareaaa in quantities of products trans Though commercial credit appears un usually a failures arising from speculation la the main cause of The business failures occurring throughout the country during the past seven days number 203 as compared with a total of 18 last For the corres ponding week of last year the figures were Beuiatlonal Ohareea of a moneyinthe house but did not get lng from liquor selling in The doublecolumn scare head beKinning He says ho killed her became she bad probabilities arc that Stormy will now uTh p been talking about to jall ind the enforcemonr league The Robed declares that he will be kent today published a decidedly The folvadorlan 7000 men of the Batvadorian army made their tomporial entrance Into the capital thia morning under command ot General inChief Antonio They came from the The whole city was profusely decorated and the streets were packed with entueiaatic a general holiday having been The General and his ife accompanied by Generals Zipada nd Ruiz pastor and a number of ladies ud gentlemen witnessed the evolutions f tho troops from the balcoay of the aunicipal Tho crowds below heered the presidential party with the reatest The officers and oldiers of army will be enumerated nd thankea for their till 8 Kansas Fair warmer southerly winds cooler on Bun Kuinora of a Wrcch In Ogden special aays Tha fast mail on the Union Pacific which left Ogdouthia fore noon at is reported to be a complete wreck at a point forty miles eaat of here A wrecking train with three doctors one a number of stretchers has juat left the Union depot for the scene of the wreck It U thought to be a very serious affair but the railroad officials are Orantcd an Exientlonof Time KANSAS Bnyder of the Cherokee Strip Live Stock As in an Interview to day statei that he had received telegram from Washington to the effect that he presi dent Lad granted an unconditional exten slon of time for clearina the Oheroke Strip until December The Strike on tha Cotton special from the Bays Tfc nrifce oa the ttetftm Bait it The Oklahoma ittle was done in the legislature to day eyond discussing the best means of dis oaing of the recently appropri ted by congresa for tho relief ot the and of quibbling over a meas ire to increase the number of uch as The capital question has taken a rear eat and despite the efforts of the Okla homa City the combine which controls the assembly ia unable to mite ita strength to support the bill now loading to change the seat of govern Speaker Daniels appointed the most of his committees and it ie bought that by next week the body will get down to declares that he will be kept MAKBIKU A Widow Uarrlea the Boy She Adopted Vearft Wil liam of Port has mar ried her adopted George This makes his foster mother hia his grandmother his motherin and his foster sieteri his He has been the adopted son of his wife for 20 and the Beconcl husband shared In the firat ones prosperity aa his Being the legal father of bis wifes he is his own legal He is 23 years and she in Laid Out Hia a young farmer residing on the Trinity south of became involved in a row with a negro tenant The latter attacked Oorton with a breaking his head in several The infuriated not satisfied with seized Overtona left hand in this teeth and chewed to pieces one of hia The darkey escaped to the brushA posse of deputy are on his track sensational article involving prominent people in and out of tho Nearly a year ago Louisville made con tracts with of Arkansas and his Scott of this for several hundred tons of granite blocks for new Up to the pres ent time 300 cars of granite have been and it is alleged that every one of these cars was short weight to the extent of five In other that on the MO cars the contractors collected from the city about per car more than wns due The railroad company shipping the cam knew they were and tho granite companys weights were The total amount ot which the city had been robbed in this way in placed at This robbery the Ioit bus been made possible by criminal negligence on the part of the city It is stated City Engineer Scowden and Mayor Jacobs knew of the fraud six months Ward is well known all over the tha Want a Little Thomas Hur ey this morning received the following dispatch from Lee jLeaven If parties holding our paper will as you to re new at six and a half we will have no difficulty in paying every We suggest that all parties place their matter in soma one persons hands and outline what they will and we pro pose to do all in our power to protect veery large or Eloped With a NEW a pretty blond with blue juet seventeen yeara and the youngest of the four daughters of of Campbell New left home suddenly one sight last Nothing was known of her whereabouts for sev eral when Willett received the following telegram from tbout to llrutal Treatment of a a was taken from jail last night by a carried to tho city limita and cowhided until three whipy were worn out on his naked He waa then strung but waa let and told that if found iu the neighborhood iu an hour he would be lynched sure Ray ioeulted the of Amos a iiiptiet More WttRea the strik ing boys of Swindel glaes works forned a shut down todiy of the The establishment of Biker ia badly crippled by the desertion More wages is the An Vzploalonof LA dia astrous explosion occurred today at the dynamite magazine at the police Ten persons were instantly killeu and many others were Iu KANSAS Sept 5 News Publishing whose property waa at tached last arranged with its credl ti so that the publication of the paper was not interfered A IJeauerate Nojfro night Sid ney the eon of an extensive cotton Sam on a Brazes valley sixteen miles below shot and billed Jim Criner a turbulent with shotgun in was advancing on Johnson threat ening to kill Both Ciiner and his wife had aeaaulted young Johnson be cause ho waa ordered off the place for giving Johnson the Johnsons father attempted to interfere and the renewing the waa shot through the dying in an The boy surrended to the Ineflloleut Ofllcera NKW evening paper publishes a secret paper which it slates now being diligently circulated among the stockholders of the Ilmois Central railroad urging them to raise iu rebellion against the present management of the at whose head stands Presi dent tituyveeant Fiah of New aad who until recently haa been unstated by also of New The petition status that the company is prac tically on the verge of ruin through the management of Its Baeea at wln ners of to dayn races were Bobby Loi Black A Telegram Not Urouud fur Rodney waa on a telegram saying he waa wanted there on a charge ot R jdney took out u habeas and Judge Aligeld discharged him holding that a telegram was not valid grounds for ar and advised the prisoner to bring agalnit the police department for f ;

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