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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 17, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas W Keep 1 During the Campaign by Sub scribing for the TCHINSON Anrt Pntronizo tho Business Houses Advertising in the WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER IN Dtaousston In the Senate of the Land Grant Ij a Strict Port Vote the Confer 1 cnco Report on That Bill is Agreed Tlin Bonne 111111amitd With out Word of Hill Re pealingthe limber Onlture Lanri and a Conference Boole the Kenuody ttpeeoh to the Committee on President Morton presided in the senate The following bills passed The senate bill authorizing tbe librarian of congress to at not exceeding Townsends library of state aud individual records concerning the firprogress and consequences of the late civil House bill for marking the lines of battle anil the positions of troops of the army of northern Virginia at Gettys Tbu conference report on the rail road land forfeiture bill was resumed and Morgan continued his argument against Bites also opposed the conterence report and to be informed under the the forfeiture came Plumb in charge of the bill said that it forfeited All the lands un der tho decision of the supremo could be It forfeited eorse where between seven anil ten millions of It confirmed not a tiugle acre to any railroad company and did not dis turb the status of any acre granted to railroad companies except by terminating the right of tbe companies to build any morelif their and by forfeiting the grantekpposite to the uncompleted por Bate said he was not at all satisfied with Plumbs He desired to know how much land was to be forfeited under tbe bill and how much was to be Although he deoircd to see those railroad lands he was coiunuiled to vota against the conference The vote was then taken and the con ferenve report was agreed 30 nays strict party The house antilottery bill was on motion of taken from tbi calendar and paired without a word 0 j4 On motion of Piumb the senate proceeded to tho consideration of the bouse bill to repeal tho timber culture who reported the bil back from tho committee on public lands moved an amendment in the nature ot f Uanderson moved an amendmen to section nine of the provid ing that no more than 040 instead of 1GO acres shall be embraced in one site Agreed Reagan moved to add to San ders amendment a proviso that timbe so cut shall be for domestic use only o tbe person cutting or having it cut and ehall not be for sala or After discussion Reagans amend ment to Sanders amendment was rejected and the latter amendment was agreed to with some nays Quay an The bill passed and a conference wa asked on the disagreeing votes an IMligrew and Walthal were appointed conferees on the part o the The senate on motion of Ed took up from the calendar th senate bill to establish a United State court and to provide for the settle ment of private land claims in certal states and The bill bavin been read was laid aside until tomorru and the senate THE Kenned speech before the house again to 1 Payne of Pennsylvania offered 1 together with Kennedy to the committee on judlclar with instructions to that committee tc examine the speech and the and th practice regulating debate aud report 1 findings to the house within three day Enloo thought there was no ocoas for sending tbe resolution to any com The facts were before tho hous and there was no judical question in f McMillan of though I that the house Aould purge its recor j of such calumny as was found in th speech of the gentleman from Ohl There was but one thing for the house f It could not censure the gentlemai it could not expel him aud it could nt 1 afford to let its record be encumbere with vile Cannon of favored th reference of the reioluctlon to a commi in order that the house might act in In the present form of th resolution the whole Inolualn the unobjectionable portions would b expunged from the If it we adopted the speech would be expunge while the most objectionable part of cited by the gentleman from Tennessee would remain as pirt of bib Ealoe of suggeste that the gentleman from Illinois was hardly tbe person to make reflections o another person of unparliamentary Cannon retorted that he had bear men who professed to be boiler than oth era speak in unparliamentary languag He did not admire the tone and MI of the gentleman from Teniieuna Instead ot SroSgita to the matter in that gentle wanted to air hU he was always McHUlinJf I ybody the gentleman before me of rfl as good an opportunity for unparlia entary language as any man 1 have said or one unparliamentary Is subject to the ules of tUo house and will be discussed it is After further debate Enloe de anded the previous question upon his which was so modified as to e an expression on the part of the house at it disapproves and condemns ennedys a direction to the ublic printer to expunge it from the ermanont congressional The ouse 88 cler tbe previous Bayne of Pennsylvania again of his resolution referring the whole atter to the judiciary Tbe ause requiring the committee tc report soclatlni Ithin three was stricken out on a oint of order raised by The revloue question on Enloes reso itlon was nays 04 he resolution was ays and accordingly the matter was eferredto tho committee on the ju Tbe speaker announced the appoint ont of the following confeieeson tbe ariffbill McMlllian and The house then Ohio Gongregnlonal ve Boothmin of Oalo today introduced thj house a joint resolution which by tie provides for congressional districts n and is alsi to secure to the eleo ora therein the right to choose members f the Fiftysecond congress by con rsasioual The long preamble eoitea the failure of the state legislature o provide in the rediatrlcting act of March last for the inclusion of a large ortion of Storm township in Hamilton auntywtthluany congranJonal district lat it baa adjourned bejond election nuking legislative conservative action imaginable and that any appantou nent scheme which omits a part of the errltory of tbe state ia null and resolution therefore proceeds to de ne the boundaries ot what shall conatl uto the eluctioutlistricta of Ohio follow ng in terms the provisions of the lawIn orce before the last ex ept in the case ot tbe Second Including Storrs which it Is irovlded shall be composed of tbe re nalndor of Hamilton county not em raced within the First The last ection requires the approaching con ressional elections to be held within the istricts thus Artnr orders have been issued today as follows Tbe following named men at the posts leaignHted after their respective names will be discharged from tho service ot he United Slates Private Frank Neely roop Sixth Fort Private Charles troop H Teath Fort Ariz Far rier Herman Third caval Fort Leave of absence for six months on ac count of disability is granted Fred erick Twentythird The following changes ot station and duties and assignment of officers of the subsistence department are ordered Douglas commisary of is relieved from duty as as sistant to the chief commissary of sub sistence department of the and will proceed to New and assume the duties of purchasing and depot commissary of subsistence in that relieving First Pax Fifteenth of those duties on being relieved by Capt will join his Oskalooia commissary of subsistence recently will repair to this city and report in person to the commissary general of subsistence for temporary duty in bis Tbe following transfers in the First infantry are made First Marion Maus from company F to company I First John from company I to company F Mason will proceed to join company First Charles Sixth is relieved from duty as aide de camp on the staff ot A to take effect anc upon the expiration of his present leave of absence will join his proper Pension tor follow ing pensions have been granted to citi zens of Kansas Molton John Sterling Davis Abilene Jeese Colbi Charles Benlionj Anthon Gun ningham Louisville E Fisher Ridley Burr Vlolente Henry Soldiers Home Henry Westmoreland Claris Wichita Hutchin aou Andrew Hutchinson Joel 8 Lonstoa Joseph Sigrab Dentonia David Eureka Jamei Lay James Evane Sterling Henry Edna Waldo David El City Independence Nimrod wido of John Cairo Martha Ham mother of Irwin Oonwa The Population or 10The popula tion of the state of Colorado accordin to the count of the census bureau I This IB a net increase durin the decade of or per cent General Panenger A gnu delegate to the semiannual meeting ot the Amer lean Association of General Passenge and Ticket AgenU arrived here thj morning on a special train o Pullman sleepers in charge of Gene Passenger Agent The meet ing was called to order in the blub room of tbe Albany hotel at 11 ocloci by VicoPresident McCormlok the Hamilton and Dayto About sixty members answered tbe roll The reading of tbe annual address by Vice President McOormick was listened to with the greatest It was upon the subject of General Passenger Agents Lee ind who have prepared the enter tainments for tbe then announced the program for the coming It consists of a banquet to morrow carriage rides throughout the city and excursions to every place of in tereit in the state and to Salt Lake In response to an invitation from the gov ernor of Nebraska and the officials of the city of the association resolved to make a stop of a few honrs at on their return to accept tbe hospitalities of tbe city of and pay the respects of the as sociation to Governor Thayer and other MURDER AN Martin Heed of KaniM City Kills Bl Wire aud Then KANSAS shocking double tragedy occurred at 108 East Fourteenth street this Martin shot and killed his ben committed Martin and bis ife bad been married for several years nd had lived happily together till three lonths when trouble each barging the other with Then hey Used going to live with May at the house where iciaya traRtdy liaed brought suit for divorce gainst her This enraged who vowed that his wife would ever livo to get the He threat aed to kill her several times and this irning swore out a warrant for in alleging that he contemplated or The warrant wae given to n officer to but be arrived on the ctma half an hour after the threat had eiu carried into At 1 oclock this afternoon Head went i thu house of He found his ife in the book room lying the e seized her by the threw her o the ground and shot The bullet assed through her left arm into her side nd pierced her Sae died almost Stark heard the She ran upstairs and found weapon in He attempted to shoot but she grappled with him and after brief tied from the house and Reed then turned the weapon ipon himself and shot himself in the pit f the He died this Democratic Societies In annual meeting of the Democratic societies of teniisylvanla here today brought to jother representatives of the party from ivery section of the Philadelphia was particularly well Black and the candidates of the party respectively for lieutenant governor and secre tnry ot internal arrived at 10 oclock and after being escorted to their BLAINE AND Ho Writes a Letter to the Boston Boot and Shoe la Which He Sets Forth the Import ance and flecessltr or Hpclpro cat New Unaland Oatinot Afford to Ignore the Demand of the Went for Some Oonnld nratlon In Tariff Jty to be of Dentfit not Only to the Weitern Farmer and Western Stock bat to the Extern Manufac turer ma Welt Home New Knrland Vofflee Touched BAR editor Boston Bos DEAR SIR I am in re ceipt of your favor asking me if I can at tend the annual banquet of toe Boot and Shoe club of In You add that members are in hearty sym pathy with my views regarding the best inethodot extending American and would be glad to have me address I regret that my engagement will act permit me to accept tbe but you will please thank the club for the compliment they pay I am glad to hear that tbe members of the club are interested in a system of reciprocal trade with Latin They can do great The enactment of the safe guard of the defeat of reci good by phase of counteracting a New England certain opinion entertained at home aa in Washington an opinion which I must regard aa in tbe highest degree unwise and hurtful to Mew England New England is to receive in the new tariff the amplest protection for every manufacturing in dustry within her both great am small and it will in my be both expedient and injurious for her rep reaentatlves to disregard a measure which will promote western I have lately received a letter from Mr imbs of a leading representa tive of the tlour nud president of the late convention of millers at Min Speaking for the grain aac ilauring interests of that great section Imba aaid that advices of recent date trom Cuba state that the duties col lected on American ilourare hi higher rate ttxnn wan at first suppsaa to bo the and he adds t respectfully sub mil that tho American miller will be un able to retain any paitof the Cuban flou trade unless immediate relief is In view of thces facia s t possible protectionist congress can o opening our market to Cubas products while allowing a grcut western in teres to be absolutely excluded from he market by a prohibitory tariff With re ciprocity tho west can annually eel many hundreds of thousand barrels o Hour in the markets of Cuba and Poit together with a large mass of otbe agricultural Without recip e driven more and mot locityii Yours free in tbe opportunity of Very JAMKB THK ParlN Beaten by a Very Smooth Tonne twn weeka ago a young man appeared here who claimed to be and rep esented that he was a son of a prominent cotton factor of Gal He represented thai his busl ess here was to establish a branch house or his father In the purchase of cotton n European He had his wife with him and stopped at a fashionable oardlng and cultivated tht so uaintance of the Paris cotton Sev ral days since he left for Fort ml is said to have gone from them to Sureka Springs or Little It leaked out today that shortly before eavlng here a telegram purporting to be rom his father was received by John asking him to cash the young mans draft for Knowing the athers standing to be a solid Martin did so without 06 caching Fort Worth it is said he worked he same game on Paris col on buying at Fort for It is also stated that he Induced other parties to indorse his drafts for smaller but exact amounts cannot be He endeavored to buy some diamonds from a jewelry house but hey were fortunately sensible enough not to risk Last fall tbe water supply for rinter Hooding was very and many of the vines winter In the latter iart of the rains were so and the weather so extremely hot that many of the blossoms were The frost which fell abourthe middle of Auvnst lid much more damage than was at flrat Farther north the crop eotna but the August estimate of barrels will hardly be TUB TIMBKR An Effort to Stop SYnuaalont Settlement on Timber bill to re peal the timber culture which wag considered by the lenate is a measure it is claimed by those who know most about will be very Hective in preventing fraud upon the It The Odd order About delegates were Chaunoy Black presided and opened the proceedings with an A OltUeas Citizens Alliance was organized here last night with thirtyfive The members are pledged to support the Peoples Their platform starts out To he public The unsettled condition of country demands the thoughtful and earnest attention of every A treat labor movement is sweeping this When will you settle the treat questions of ths day Now with allot while you have aa opportunity Or will you await until it will require he sword and bullet and another Fort Sumpter fired upon bill surely no man ot good judg ao protectionist of wise wishes to expose a western in terest to serious ind especially when It is manifestly easy to protect it and promote it manifestly easy be The Oklahoma upper iiouse ot the legislature passed to day a bill locating tbe permanent capital ot this territory at Oklahoma The bill will probably como up in the lower house to morrow and from present ap pearances it will receive there a tie as Speaker Daniels favors There Is a good deal of talk here tonight about the but politicians generally agree that if the bill passes the assembly it will be vetoed by the as its passage is due to a political Democratic Demo cratic societies adjoarned tonight after choosing Pittsburg as the next place of The following officers were elected V V Phila Connecticut Dem ocrats met here today in state conven Morris was nominated for governor on the first The ticket was com pleted as follows Lieutenant Joseph AUop of Mlddletown secre tary of Phelan of Bridgeport Marion Sander of Canter bury Nicholas Stand of New Milford cause at thii very time the boards of the chambers of Commerce and tbe public opinion in Ha vana are demanding reciprocal trade with the United I select Cuba and Porto Rico for example because in certain quarters it has been said that while we might secure reciprocity with some little countries in South America we could do nothing with the Spanish Let us at least give the Spanish Islands an opportunity to speak for Certain wise men observe they want time to study the In this I might reply that the best method of studying a system ia to observe its prac tical While studying in the abstract and refusing to take some object these gentlemen propose to open our market to LatinAmerican products free of any charge without asking Latin America to give us in turn some freedom in their The object lesson immediately before us is the treitmeat of the sugar Stall we make Latin America a gift ol that trade When we have studied that lesson we ehall be prepared for the The worst proposition of all is for warded by those who let us have sugar on tbe free list now and next year we will take up the subject of recipro If I understand the logic it is to make sugar free this year without condition and next year ask Spain if she will kind ly consent to grant us reciprocal Holding ample vantage ground ourselves the proposed policy is to transfer the vantage to Instead of granting the favor to Spam to day we are to ask ter for favor ThOEe who occupy tbia ground belong to that class of careful guardians of pro who prepare a very strong lock for the stable after tbe horae is 1 dont mean in anything I have said to imply that reciprocity is only a western Aa I remarked in a note to Senator it will prove to Sovereign Grand Lodge held a formal session The Grand Lodge officers mended for and many ot the delegates participated land in an excursion to Fort ivea in their The eutive day hero was spent in sight Tho ses sions of the lodge will be resumed to The program for tomorrow will con siBtchielly in a grand parade of the order at 3 oclock which it is expected will be the largest crowd ever assembled on the streets of no less than visitors being expected OP tomor rows trains from Nebraska and This evening the several Grand Lodges met in secret session for the election of reuniting as follows Busbee of North grand secre tary deputy grand sire KOBB of grand sec retary Isaac Bbeppard ot grand Allen of assistant grand Venablo of Hop grand chaplain John A of grand guar Frazier of D grand messenger Coble of Cov O grind rejoices in the most unique political gbt ot any ia the It not only as regular armera Alliance and Prohibition tick la in the but tbe National uildiug and Lan associations HVO shied their caster into the ing and propose to a bitter uncom remising war on Governor be associations claim that Governor lerrisms action Ust winter in adviilug late Examiner Kenyon to close up one f tbe leading associations was the lesult f a conference of bankers at which it as resolved to get rid ot the building They assert that the fact that the loan sBoclatlons were paying from 6 to 7 per interest caused money to flow from le which wore paying but and hat the alarm of the bankers for their usiness was the move jf the action of ne governors state They have a subscription list of leisbns In this of whom are and fraud has beon upon the discovered n recent by very thorough nvestigation through the general and that the timber culture act baa been used aa a means by great cor porations to secure large tracts of land to which they were not justly the pretended settlers who took out the claims which entitled them to land under this act were merely acting as the agents of these land It y moans of this act that some of the argeat tracts in the which control he lumber supply by which alone the and which is irrigable bus any have been secured by some of the water The bill to establish a pri vate land claim court is Intended to re lieve congress of avast amount of detail in connection with the contest over land This measure has been recom Andy Bowen and Jimmy Carroll Fight to a lie Hoy From the Const Knocks Ont His Antagonist In Twenty One Three Tuotunnd Sew Orleani Sporu Wlt neM Ihelr Vhmnplon Fight Buttle From Rowen Plucky tolho Till He can no Longer Stand on felts NEW great ight weight battle between Andy a New Orleans aspirant foi light weight and Jimmy Carroll if Ban who was some months ago beaten In Frisco ty Jack McAuliffe n fortyseven was fought to night ia the gymnasium of the Olympian years by the general and the need of It has been felt both by settlers and by the government A court of this it is would do justice to the settler and would relieve congress of a great deal of routine business of a tech detailed which is little understood by moat of It also would probably place obsta cles in the way or as the searching inquiries of a court and rules which would be established as to the public taking ot would act as a check upon some of the careful and honest as national legislators are sometimes successfully resorted to to secure the passage of these private laud claims to congress which involve such f ortunee to those who are making The Al drlch sau tonight that ha thought the tariff bill would not be in conference longer than five The conflden PCdiotionB of an early settlement seem TuefM after Andy Browen Meyer last May his Shortly whipped Billy managers began searching for big ger game for Finally Carroll consented to meet and the match was made at the light weight limit for a mrse of f to the winner and fOOO to the About people aid and to witness the John JJu9y was chosen Bowtm weighed 180 and Carroll The ring was pitched on river Bowan crossed over to Carroll to bet f5UO which was promptly but the club refused to allow the Captain of the police insisted on five ounce v Carroll had the best of tbe fight from the first and In no one of the twentyone rounds did Bowen seem to have a chance to knock him Carroll had the best of every round excepting and In our of those the honors were about evenly Bowen was very game and avoided a knock out as long as passi In the twentyfirst round the fight bad progressed so far in Carrolls favor that t was simply a matter ot time when hn would best his Ho landed rlgbt and loft on Hawens head and Bowen fell He arose and fell again and then was counted His gamencEB was applauded to the Bowen wag terribly punished but bad no complaints to Ho had a horrible right Rye and bis mouth was swollen and The time of the fight was one hour and twentyfour Taken Hack to Walter who was arrested in Knasos yesterday on a charge of abducting Tillie the 17 year old daughter ot Henry an Vint Diitrlot crats of tbe First Kansas district in con vention here to day nominated Thomaa Moonlight for His only opponents were Harrington of Brown and Towniend of Jefferson In the formal ballot seventyeight votes were cast for three for Harrington and one for Hill Nominated for Conf Union Labor party ot the Third Missouri dis trict today nominated J Hills of Harrison for Weather till 8 Kansas Fait warmer southerly aud tho farm profitable and the both shop and the many forms in which our business interests will ba promoted by reciprocity cant be known until tbe active commercial men of tbe Unitti Siatea bttvejdeveloped those form by in vastigatlon and We sbal not then realize tbe full benefit of the policy in a day or a year but shall we therefore throw away countlees millions in trade in addition to the sixty million we have already thrown and then ignorantly declare without trial that th system wont workf there is this fact that should have great weight especially with pro Every free trader ia the sen ate voted against the reciprocity pro The free trade papers through out the country are showing determined hostility to Itii evident that free trade senators and free trade papers hav a reason tor their They know and feel that with a system of reciprpoit established and growing their pol Icy of free trade receives most sellout blow The protectionist who opposes recipocity In the form whic It is now knocks away one I the strongMt of this queitioi Of these they say are Re publicans and claim that they can control uoughof these to prevent Merrlams New following charters have been filed with the eecre ary of state Friendship Lodge of oi C Chase and Tbe Industrial School and Hygiene Home for Friendless Persona Associa of Marion Tbe Southern Investment and Im provement company of Fort Scott cap E Green and all of Fort The Coolidge Creamery and Cheese Manufacturing of Coolidge Hamilton county Di Dennis Paul It Bust and all of Jool A have been commenced to secure possession of prop erty In the heart of the city valued at sev eral millions of The claimant is a nephew of the original Weinbld who secured extensive grants from tbe English Welnblddle died In as It was witaou close and his property went to dist ant George a brothers here from Ger Is after the The property involved covers the city parks and adja cent square a valuable square In the eastern part of tbe Tho litigation will affect a large number of The new claimant states that the Weinbiddlc who settled in Erie county left two era h who have several child Oranberrlea are a Light The cranberry crop at this point neare a failure been for seven Where the estimates during th blossoming sessonwere and not 800 bmn horvestec Nearly all the berries are gathered Lait year there were shipped at this station and this yea L will be about barrels to o accept without discussion many of tho emito TLe coi errees ata 111 the ttOod to give way in nany minor thiflgH to the huuas oil ne change almost certain to bo made Is le extension of the time when the bill lill apply to goods in the bonded ware Both houae and senato confer ees are disposed to do whatever isneces ary to ease the financial so far s it is due to the tariff Anticipating statesmen re getting their traps together in antici ation of They expect to e off before the end of next The made today indicates that there s a strong disposition to get to the Bjen the Democrats have ceased to be eactlonary with auy Bothparties want to get into the The tar ft bill now goes Into with the irobability tbat the terras of compromise n the senate amendments will bereoched y The only section upon which there ia any serious difficulty ahead is that relating to No one can foretell how a satisfactory conclu sion will be reached upon for both senate and house seem determined to maintain tholr conflicting Xhey Agree to KANSAS president of the Cherokee Strip Live Stock association arrived here late this evening from Kansas and the Indian A week ago he started on a of tho various Cherokee Strip ranches o obtain signatures to the agreement to vacate the Strip in accordance with President Harrisons proposed modified which extends the time of evacua tion until Hewing says every owner of cattle on the Strip signed the which was sent to the president Knlichta of the Qolileu Knights of the Golden Kigleol Kansas met here today in grand Tbe principal cities of the state were well represented The proceedings ended tonight with a grand Bftcett at day fall meeting Cleveland Driving Park As The trot was won by Tom Ardeu Calma second best The 2 year old stake rave was won by Free second best Wluneri at cir cuit meeting Philadelphia Driving Park Boy won the Treasure second bett Nightingale won the Franl second best Baclng at OburoUll day fall racing at Churchill Tb winners were Miokl Nina Tom Mamie Wlnnen M 16 da foil meeting Brooklyn Jockey Tb winners were Km Victress Fill antiH The girl returned home last night ith her mother and is all broken up ver the Her father declares iat he will prosecute Keys to the full xtent of the Unless a compromise f Heated the case will go pretty hard itb as it comes within tho bounds f the ageofconsent which makes a crime punishable by a term in tho enitentiary to lure a woman under 18 way from for Immoral Eloped With tbe days o a middle aged married man named Letcalf asked leave of He anted a holiday after four years steady He came to though is wife was told Peterboro as his Miss Bar of the same a a irepossessing woman of was also ound to have gone away the next morn Metcalf had been seen with Misa Barrett and an elopement was BUS The truth of the suspicions were veri fied when it was found that the pair had to Vincent together and itarted for New il NEW Roger who has interested himself n the case of SMbruja the con demned Japanese who is in soit ary confinement at Sing Sing prison under sentence of to be electrocut has decided to appeal to the United States supreme court from Judge La Jombs recent decision in the United States circuit court in refusing a writ ot habeas Judge La Comb made an order today permitting the appeal to 38 and directed that all the papers n tbe case before him be forwarded to The new session of the United States supreme court begins on the second Monday of neixt A Noted CMC KANSAS The Saline county bond which has been in the courts for the past six has been de cided in favor of the Tbe Ninth National bank of New York held 00 in Marshall Saline county bonds voted twenty years ago to the Loulsanaand Missouri River Railroad company for the location of a depot and sidetrack facilities at The road was never built and tbe payment of the bonds was Will Arrtut the view of the violation of the law which prohibits selling cigarettes to young the chief of police has issued oidera to the police to arrest all children found smok and says he will hold them until they tell who sold the contraband goods to Fought a duel has beea fought at Geneva between DLmou member of tbe chamber of deputies for and the author of the recently published charges against Mermeux received a serious wound in the right Twitclult or KANSAS cans ot the Fl this evening non ell lor
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