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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 12, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Keep During the Campaign by 8ul Hcribing for the HUTCHINSON NEWS 2 Read tte Aflvertaeiits 1 And Patronize tho Busing I Houses Advortisiiig in tho RKIDAY SEPTEMBPiR Yesterdays Proceedings In Both Branches of Conference Report on the Railroad Lund Forfeiture Bill DUcusied by tho Ilia Houito llelug Unable to Mutter Jno Adjnnrnt WltHont Doing Any thlnBThe senatorial Cnnoiu a Program tat llw Conilileratlon of Marto by tho Presi Other National Capital Nbwfl motion of Plumb the conference report on the railroad land forfeiture bill was taken The main proposition in the report is contained in the first section aa fol lows That there is hereby forfeited to the United and the United States j hereby resumes the title all lands heretofore granted to any slate or to any corporation to aid in the construction of a railroad opposite and coterminous with the portion of any such railroad not now completed and in op for the construction or benefit of which such lands wore granted and all aucb lands are declared to be a part of the public that this act shall notbe construed as forfeiting the right of or station grounds of any railroad company heretofore Morgan opposed the report aa a log rolling scheme gotten up for the ben cat of all the land grant After speaking over lour Morgan said that he kneir that the questions which he had been discussing were going to their grave in the passage of the but that he had desired to give them a decent He had wished to erect a headstone over the graves of tha rights of the people on the lino of thb Northern so that the historys record might bo read Ho had wanted to remind the people of the United Statets of the vast robbery perpe trated by that and what wan now wound up and brought to conclusion by the Without finishing his Morgan yielded to a motion to THE Speaker Heed entered the chamber thia a few minutes before ho received a round of applause from the Republi can and from the spectators in the Attor prayer OFerral of Virginia made the point that no quorum was The without no tice of the stated that the question of ordering the previous question on ap proving the journal of Tuesdays pro and directed the clerk to call the roll on ordering the previous ques The vote nays and on motion of Mc of amid Democratic ap the house at Flxluff the Senatorial caucus if Republican senators was held this morn ing for the purpose of agreeing upon an order of business for the remainder of the session of Most of the members hod a measure which be deemed of sufficient importance to warrant its being placed on tho order of It was to limit the program tr the following bills to be considered in the ordc r named after the report of the conference committee on the land grant forfeiture bills have been disposed of mall to repeal the timber cul ture to establish private land claim for the relief of the su preme U for the adjustment of claims ol under the eight hour making eight hours a days work in the govern ments or employed by contract ors doing government to transfer the revenue marine service from the treasury to the navy Paddock pure food for the settlement of claims arising from Indian bankruptcy to place telegraph com panies under the operation of the inter state commerce TwelfthDistrict of Columbia The question of adjournment waa dis cussed only It was the aa far as that until the tariff bill bad been finally disposed a day for adjournment could not be v intelligently i Outaide of the caucus tho opinion waa freely expressed that after the tariff bill had been disposed of a quorum could be held for only a short Renumbered by the president today aent the following nomination to the senate Theodore Seleier of Ten to be consul of tbe United States at i divides that state into thirteen electoral eight of which will have a white majority and that these electors shall select state and county officers and state the legislature to be elected by the people AO Praaldent llepew Aleeta a Committee From the Men York Central committoeof live of tho exemployes of the New York Central who wont out on a called on Chauncoy Depew in his of fice at the Grand Central depot at 11 oclock They were headed by Thomas an old freight conduc and another acted ttb The following con versation between Depew and Gaffney followed have come to talk over the strike on the Now York Cen tral afraid there is noth ing to talk The strike ia virtually over strike IB not because all the men ou the road who ore members of labor organ zttions have quit work and are now have choaen to re sign their who was managing the road in my took new men in their places when they quit His action baa bairn sustained by tho executive board of ol the The places of these men have now been filled and hit iB the end of Gaffnny asked Depiw to wMt the committee hail diacusend tho matter and said that they would then return and makn their reports to Depew replied There is no use in making false promises to There ia nothing more to be I do not care to talk ovsr back You have chosen to resign your Mr Webb has filled them and 1 have noth ing more to The committee then left tho The Shooting of CmOK via Sept to advices received here of the shooting of Barrundia on board American steamship Acupulco De hae made a declaration which Guatemali authorities claim completely justille their the American the authorities was con suited aa an act of courtaey Th dispatches above mentioned further eay that when Toriello and Pitts read to Birrundia the order for his delivery to Guatemalan lUrrutulii asked pormlesion to change bis which was Turning away Bar ruudia suddenly grasped two revolvers and lired on Pitts and the po who in return fired on Barrun killing Pitts had taken tbe precaution of ordering the passen gers to otherwise some of them would undoubtedly have been hit by the bullets from Brrundiaa Milling Miller suys the mills ground more lightly last this be ing traceable to the duller aspect of the tlour The output for the week was ogainst bar rels the week before and for the corresponding time in The mills are made The committee anvaeaed a number of names during le afternoon but reached no here waa a strong sentiment in favor of who has juct vacated the po ition of general passenger agent of tho Chicago and but it la understood bat Donald has practically been fie ected for the vicechairmanship of the Central Traffic Among ther names considered were those f Vining and ames It is reported that God lard has accepted the office of general runic manager of the Southern pacific rom which Richard Gray recently re igned to become chairman of the South iVestern railroad and steamship asaocia GhaunneT NEW first fall meeting of the Union League club was ied to night with Chauncoy De jew in the Sherman waB on the Depew made a lie thanked the club for its cordial welcome upon hia return from and all the Amer icana known on the other not even excepting none are so well mown as James Blaine and William They seem to regard Mc Kinley aa a man who has been atudying up and has invented new scheme by which to close up factories of and starve the people into submission to the Ameri can They plied me with lUBtions as to and tried to get aa expression as to tbe nature of the man what be intended to do with all the peo ple I replied thai my notion of HcKinley was that possibly he had an idea of inducing them to Immigrate with all their factories and workmen to hn great American country and thus help give a greater consuming power to the agricultural Inasmuch as some of the great governments abroad liad taken a notion that they did not want to be on primitive terms with the Ameri can the beat they could do waa to increase the consuming capacity of the American hog at RAUM Yesterdayn Session Developed the Usual Finch Told Cooper That Ho Considered Him a Dirty Other Mamhern at the Committee Inter ami the Plfferennes Were all Settled Hntlntajitorllr to Itnth Nothing New Developed In the Way of for InveBtlga tlonSnldto Bout With n UlaoUureed Employe of the Pension Sept at the beginning of its session this morning the special house committee investigating the charges against Commissioner bad the usual the Demo cratic rising to a personal ques said he had been credibly informed that while he was engaged in converoa tion with who WHB on the stand the other the chairman had said that hia Lewie conduct was not and he wanted a Chairman Morrill said that ho had no recollection of having made such s re and Sawyer also denied that it had been taking occasion also to denounce tho oQlclouB outsiders who were necking to intermeddle and muke hard eehngain the Commissioner Raum beginning his now about all grinding wheat to a greater or less ex The percentage running all WUATTHKV ARE TUISKK e Ualhoun Kxplulni the Furnoaea of the HlMlwIpii Judge Oal president of the constitutional con occupied tbe lloor for nearly two hours in support of hifl elec toral college He did not propose to mince and hide behind a sub but if asked by anybody if it was the purpose of the convention to re strict negro be would frankly that U what we are here Tho flat has gone forth that force and intimidation must cease and if the convention failed to insure white su premacy by peaceful methods he in case a negio was hereafter killed in a political regard himself and every member of the convention as accessory to the The speaker thon made an elaborate constitutional argument to prove the plan he favored was Republi can in will be remembered this plan the way from 10 to Count py mills appear to be using it even more The declining of wheat has made tbe flour market very dull and quotations have been reduced five to fifteen cents per The sales of the past seven days have been exceptionally and many of the firms here have about caught up on or this being especially true us to Wheat was stronger today and there seemed to be a trills more inquiry for The of Alexander the mind who first at tracted the attention of Chicago by bis remarkable performance of has In the course of conver sation at the Press Club this his During the teat his brain is concentrated to its full extent and his pulse gets up so high that It cannot be When the re action sets all the blood tushes back to the and literally stifles From the moment he was taken down last until he was 1 never for a moment stopped rubbing his limbs and kneading the flesh over bis otherwise the blood would have stagnat and death followed as certainly as It did In the case of Johnstons was given an opiate after his performance to induce and soon afterward quieted down and slept until this morning when he awoke In posses sion of his faculties but feeling greatly Flood In the ChemuDR Ohe mung river is nut rising now and the worse is The interstate fai grounds are flooded with the water which stands two feet deep on the rac and on the lower ground it is over three feet A great amount o damage has been done to cropa through out the Chemung At Addison the water is the highest known in twentysix Charles Townsend made a wager that he could swim the Canestee river am insanely plunged into Hla body ha crops and personal property in the Co hoes valley is very The trains still at a standstill on the Erie and D Searching for a Western Pas eenger Association today took up th matter of a chairman to succeed F whose resignation takes eilec A committee composed o Wlleter and Mr Goddard was appointed to reo emend a suitable the report to be They will Work Weat left here in his private car to day for where he will confer with Pullman and arrange the de tails of the proposed consolidation of the Pullman and Westingbouse A great deal has been written about this bie Westlnghouso dmitted today that he was oiog to Chicago to arrange lie details with Pullman find the in oreat of the two great corporations vould be although he denied Liere would be ajdirect he interests will be ao how that the one corporation will work nto the hands of the and will make contracts for tha Election lu firs itate election in Wyoming came off to The utmost enthusiasm was shown y both political In 1888 the to tal vote cast waa Carey Republi can for delegate ia congrees receiving a majority of At tbis hour 10 it ia very diffi cult to tell much about the The Republicans claim the state by while the Democrats claim it by from 800 to This ia on the governor The belief here is that the Re publicans stand a better chance of se curing the legislative ticket than the defense asked that Cooper be In answer to the commissioners ques Cooper said that his attention had first been called to tbe refrigerator company by the newspaper aud afterwards by George The commissioner said that Fleming was him self the author of the defamatory The investigation ran along quietly again for ti quarter of an and then there was another Cooper was still on the stand and had said he had never eeen the books of the when Flick sharply queried You snow you are on oath dont you You have sworn a moment ago that you could take thoce books and sustain those said I believed That suggestion of yours was cowardly and I admit that you are a dirty Chairman Morrill endeavored to re strain the members but H Flick added He had no nor any othar man to make that Lewia joined in to help out Mr Baying Flick haduo righ to ask that question about his being un dor It carries an Flick denied any such liutUr Fitch was and positively denied that he had told Fleming any o the things that Cooper had spoken of In the course of tho Com misaioner Ilium The wholi thing is a figment of Georee Fleming a discharged amployo c the pensioi who used 1 dou of douth follow ing ticket was nominated by the Demo cratic convention at an early hour this rooming Tlllmanof Edgefleldj Garry of Abbeville secretary of Tludallof Clarendon Bates of Orangeburg attorney Pope of Two more superintendent of ed ucation and comptroller are to be made to The Grant NEW Sept Grant Monument Association held a meeting today and approved the report of the executive which adopted the design of The executive committee was instructed to employ Duncan as architect and proceed with the construction of the structure imme Civil Service United States civil service examination was held here today In the court Thirty four applicants for various places were It is thought by one of the examiners that only six out of the thirty four will Named for 11The Dem ocratic convention of the First Ohio dis trict nominated Olwsy Cograve for The Second district conven tion nominated Oliver opeka on the and from there to ansas to the interstate As heie animals are fast becoming nd da not prove to be prolific r long lived In they will soon e as great curioslttea aa other menagerie Jonea deserves great credit or his efforts to preserve and it is o be regretted that he has not been more fsaf But his or the want of has been that of all others who have ttemptod to do the same It is a fact that those who have weith red the storm and remained have nd are making a paying the in ereat on their and not ng half as hard to do It as many in the astern and older We believe that Hutohinson in time will be the wholesale center from which II this country will get her jet her reach and we will take hold f her There are still several small herds of wild horses In the Neutral A ouple of our butchers who camped on he banks of Wild Horse lake some time go found their horses raleslng though hay had been carefully picketed j to this in Bpite of the moat thor ugh they are still The tallions who act KB leaders to theae herds keep the moat rigid and will von make it hard for a man on horse mck to prevent them from rounding him ip horse and all with the rest of the In this they are very nil require much caution on the part of loraernen who singly approach Nona Neim NESS ugar mill has been swept entili ng a heavy loss on the city and part of he yet we propose to be heroes nthe and if grit and green to say nothing of will ac what we think it There s simply an immense amount of excellent and the only dispoai ion that can be made of it now is to man ufacture It into molasses which can be sold for thirtyfive to fifty cents per gal The cane is of such excellent iiual ty that a very fine article can be aud it ia to be hoped that an arrange ment will be effected by which thit much desired object will be in which event those who raised the cane will not be the losers they otherwise will NOBS county will be almost a solid wheat field when our thrifty farmers shall have completed their fall The amount aoivn will be unprecedented in the hietory of this good all of which baa been induced un account of the quality and this quantity of thia cereal Our school is progressing nicely under the professorship OL who no doubt will render good Wo have one of the most complete school buildings in all its apartments and do partments of any town in the which was conetructed at a coat of and of this handsome structure we feel justly The newly Installed Methodist mln he chairman again Cooper remarked that he was usjc to To which Flick responded You will learn to be gentlemanly in your own I am not afraid retorted Mr A recesB was taken at this point and the members who had been EO personal in their remarks taking the advice of other patched up their differ Flick admitted he had mis understood Coopers statement rela tive to the Cooper withdrew the remarks which had offended Flick in turn withdrew his unpleasant characterization of Cooper and good feeling was After recess Aaaiatant Secretary Busaey was Cooper asked if the witness had investigated the charges connecting the commissioner and The witness replied Do you suppose Im going to take up everything I see in the newspapers and act upon it r I dont deal in newspaper Con tinuing he said Commissioner liaum had told him the circumstances fully and the explanation was perfectly He had nothing to do with the commis sioners private BO long as he conducted the public business properly and he Rot Lemon to go on his was not that a public disgrace have nothing to do with refuse to answer the circumstances I see nothing wrong about He added that he was satisfied that the commissioner had not the slightest In tention to favor Lsmon or anybody istcd la proving to be a worthy successor to his gifted Hob with whom everybody was so de Riddel of the byteriaa IB a good and worthy and we can truly therefore that Hess City ia quite fortunate in get Jing such The aamt IB comfort the sinner is ears this part of the great and growing vest will have plenty of thrifty nd prosperous people in RUNS IN THE Btella manning Klopeit nnd Gntn Marrletl Stella aged eloped ou Sunday with her second George iged They were married the same lay In The girl la the youngest daughter of Uri a well known umber The young man is the ion of coal wife is a couain of the girls There has been no objection to the mar iage of the but they apparently preferred to follow a longeatabtiBtied amily and George afterward Man was one of the first settlers in this art of tho He came from Steuben New in a young man with a who was the daughter of of Tho Wheelora were an aristocratic and young fanning worked for the Miss Wheeler fell in love with her fathers employe and elopea with Man ning grew ricli in the lumber business and became u culonel in the war of n 181 his eloped with iilns who was a sawyer in one of her fathers and whose suit for his daughters hand Manning had frowned on moat Three yeais later another daughter eloped and married a young doctor whose practice was barely Butllcieut to pay for his own He died only a year worth He was Ambroae ne eminent His money was eft to two both of whom have been compelled to elope or jive up the men they had choaen to wed in opposition to their athera Mannings at the age of fell in lave with the 17year old daughter of a man named The colonel thought he would break up that attach ment by Bending his eon to Philadelphia The son but two days later it was learned that the backwoods mans pretty daughter had gone with Later on it was learned that tbe runaways had atopped at where they were Manning had the youthful couple brought and when he died Jason succeeded to the management of his fathers large bus neaa enterpriser There were born to him and hia backwoods wife a eon and s In the 22 years old and wauted to marry Stella who was five years hia His father and Mttlcom the girls were at odds over business and both he and McCrea were violently op posed to any union between the two fanv Young Manning having parental as hia father had hud befoie settled all disputes in the matter by running away with Miaa McCrea and marrying The next year Uris alater being then having also accepted as bar lover a youth not to the liking of either her father or niotnw eloped ADRIFT AT Eleven Alaskan Sealers Lost at Sea In Open They liocnmo Separated From tho and Were Abandoned to Tlirlr oMned After rivn of By El Three of Hen Shot While Attemptlnf to Make i LandingOther of Oaurnl BAN The schooner arrived here today from Behring sea with seal making her total for the season In August when sixty miles south of the she picked up three boats containing eleven of the crew of the schooner who had lost their vessel in fog and been ire days in open boate when While trying to find shelter and water at Copperistand three of them were James Oarr dying from hia The boats were riddled with waa taken aahore at night and buried by the The nf Copperiatand shot at the men because they thought hey were coming to Four boats in kill all atrayed rom the onn boat with six men reached lere a law days ago ou the steamer Kar One of the men brought on the Karluck says they wero deliberately left a their fate in onen boats by Hogeman of the Mtffn tho Kotitiicky Kqaofftrloutte MotitH With an Jen nie tho Louisville lad a narrow escape from instant death at the Hamlin race tracK about this There were people at the state rair and moat of them were witnessing a 10mile race between her and Miss Villa Poole of for a purse of The young ladies started ou the swing around the circle Henilbla Giroride council general has sent a resolution to the demanding the early re peal of the law prohibiting the importa tion of American salted The Flrat Service Observer Lyons says snow is re ported this morning from Fort Assina It is the first of tke season in tbe United Bacen weather caused the postponement of the trotting races at Fleetwood park Weather till 8 Kansas Fair sta tionary followed by cooler Saturday southwesterly shifting to northwesterly with a cold wave In northwest Flnney County OAIIUEN Weather very cool and A pleasant shower Saturday tho Uh when 87100 inches of rain not enoujh to give full facilities for wheat plowing andseed but every one IB busy doing their best to get all the fall wheat sown that can possibly bu planted in the proper The Postal Telegraph company has al last established an office in competition with the old established Western Union Not much competition neith as the pricee of both for their servi ces are the Work has again been resumed on the new shanty station that was burned July the workmen having been culled oi elsewhere for a considerable The new mill continues to run mos and new wheat continuei to come here to mirketfroTn the utter most ends of taking back tol flour in most and the cosh in some In sympathy with eastern market prices are declining It the silver bill the oause of the fall In price Everything seems to be on the down grade in pricea st preaont The market has for sometime been abundantly supplied with homegrown at moderate prices and of excellent It IB quite exhileratlng to enjoy peaches ant of the most superior and delic ious quality in Quantity to suit tbe de aud not feel that you are eatinj dollars as well as peaches and excandidate for congress announces his intention to tike some nl 1 bis herd of buffaloes to the state fair a ue was I sorgo he is now a wellktown and and There Is not anything dettnlte as yet lawyer Of Northern Pennayl i As vet fchAra harn hrtfln nn o what disposition will be mado of the ugar rcill Muoi depends on what the Insurance companies seven f which are aa we uuder to the aggregated amount of just about what the mill minus ie price of the Something will rop in a abort and the sooner the rop the provided nobody ets A meeting was teld for but with what your scribe does not Business in fair with bankers and bus ness men and with their enter rise and push things have got to less is bound to keep up with the pro and the only way to do so is to move whenever it Beeler is making one of the best county clerks the county has ever and we think can remain where he is as ong aa wants the All the county officials are reliable and worthy and therefore county affairs are well Scrip is worth SO and the county IB in good condi tion with excellent Leotl fire in our city on the night of the 9th destroyed about worth of proper aa follows Flour and feed store containing a considerable quantity o flour and belonging to differ ent and the mill to Brad formerly of this but now The fire originated in the tail oring shop adjacent to the feed store and belonged to The wheat and rye belonged to Uaines The it is waa of incendia ry origin as the which had been used for was Our farmers have come to the conclu slon that wheat pays big and consequent Iy nearly all the plowed land in the county will be sown to that cereal thi Farmers are going to eow all the wa from HO to 300 Tbe wheat raiaec this year was of fine quality and the yield waa an average of twelve bushels per One gentleman thresaec buahels from 200 whea and oats wilt bo the principlu of this county from now as there u no question at all as to the certainty o the production of all and when we add to this cattle and hog we have as good an outlook aa moat people Corn isnt so as a greater amoun of rainfall is needed m order to succeet with that and yet this county baa raised good corn and will do so again under favorable Almost every train from the east brings parties who have made this country their homes in Qtepaat and alao those who are looking over the Not only is this but there are those who are coming west in the familiar covere wagon some are stopping this side and others going beyond tbe state Tti fact is they have got to Thi good country must and will be occuplei by those in tbe east who are dlsguitel with the mud and hils and it is our opinion that in two or tbte As yet there have been no lopements in this branch of old Mannings but it was Lri Man ings who eloped Bun ay with her second cousin George There are several collateral ranches of the Manning family in whija lopementa have also occurred from me to time during the past few New following ew Kansas corporations have been char ered by the secretary of state The Union Grain and Klevator corn of Wichita capital stock Jack George Frank W Camp Bitting and Finley all of De Boto and of De B tayder and all of De The Silverware Coniolldated Mining company nf Kansas capital Cotton wood Falls and Frank B John Marmaduko and P of Kansas Umen Horse Protective o Harvey Director Spangler Miles John Armstrong and Squir at changing horses at the end of each alma Paole gained a consid erable lead owing to tho bungling man ner in which Miro Hushs handlers changed her from horse tn and the Kentucky girl began rapid riding in the mile to regain lost She wan doing and was but a few yards behind her competitor at the llrst turn of the aeventh mile when her horse literally run ont from under throw ing her backward with force on her head and Is ft There wasa tremendoua aensatlon in the vast and a deal of excitement was addud by some one shouting Her neck is brokou She was picked up the blood streaming from a wound inherluft Half a dozen physicians were quickly at her and her apparently Jifeleen form was taken grounus In ft She re alnedconsciouBnesa an hour afterwards nd is raating easy to ller skull was not ana the doctors attend ng her say she will recover unless inter uuuu aimou all of A Bunawny night dur ng the heavy rain an engine with a turn er and one or two other started to back down the steep grade of the Cin Lebanon and Northern about a mile from the Owing to he slippery condition of the track it ran and waa stopped only when It reached the depot Tha crew jumped md escaped except one man who had a collar bone The lumber car struck an engine and crushed to death William IJoword who was beneath he engine cleaning The runaway engine was derailed and Hoturn to quiet At a conference of strikers this afternoon it was decided to return to work on the concession offered a fort night The decision of the conference to resume work ia fiercely approved by a strong minority of the strikers and the final decision baa been postponed until The concession means a rise of a penny an The question of employing nonunion men ia left DeiertlnK Agen in a report submitted to the in terior says that settlers are leaving portions of Oklahoma at an as tonishing He writes from a point on the Clmarron in Northern Ok near the borders of the Chero kee that eight or ten covered wag ons containing tbe families and effects of departing settlers pass there every The rate of exodus past this point it is is from twentyfive to fifty persona Tbe exodus observed by Special Agent Parker In the direction of and it is presumed that settlers are also return Ing to Texas and other surrounding states respectively in about equal It is supposed that the two years of crop failure and the exceaalve drouth of this summer are responsible for the condition of affairs Old Settlors Bept annual reunion of the old settlers of Saline county took place here A large crowd participated and the proceedings were very After a basket dinner addresses were delivered by J udge James Humphrey of Junction William Bluer Mother Bickerdyke and Officers were then elected lor the Wlnuen ftt BhMpihMd SHEEPUHKAD 11 of todays races Cousin Lorunio Beturnofan KANUAB Bpeclal to the from says Sidney late postmaster at was arrested in and brought to Topeka last oa charge of embezzling of govern ment Wanger is an old sol having lost a leg at tha battle of and has been a resident of Hoxie for many EllocU of tbe the event of the Southampton strike continuing another several steamship it is will cease to make South ampton their The losa of pat ronage thus resulting will prevent any dividend being declared on the dock thares for nine yearn to The shares are already Ship owners are wiring their agents to send homeward bound vessels to other UIOVTH to Green a farmer near aged 8 waa engaged in blowing out stumps with dynamite this iio had a bas ket full of cartridges on his arm and was placing onn in a stump when it exploded tearing him into But few fragments of bis body could be An Incipient revolution has broken out in the Canton of owing to a difference of opinion regarding the revision of the Three members of tbe Cantonal government have been one hia been killed with a revolver and others have Ton federal govurnmaai his atnt two batallious to the
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