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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas sir an^ " w"' be several days before president, and will make up a statement showing its relation to the existing rates, and the range of articles affected by the changes, and also those updp which there Is practically no duty, and which would afford a conspicuous and most attractive and Interesting part of our exhibit, "It muBt be obvious to all that there may bo a very wide and important range received. The Missouri Prohibition Party. Kanbas City, Oct. 2.-The state convention of the Missouri Prohibition party met here this morning. Tne attendance is small, only about forty delegates being present. D. Ward King called the con-of exhibits that would not be touched by I vention to order. J. C. HugheB of Hay the tariff, but I shall, as soon as I get | ooumy wa8 elected chairman and R. /d hold of the law make a full statement in tegard to the matter. In the meantime you may put me down as having been, and being unalterably opposed to the increase of duties Higgins, of Kansas City, secretary. After the appointment of the usual committees a recess was taken until this afternoon Upon reasBembliug the committee on resolutions submitted ita report. It de thing unnecessary, and as I think will be lifvoro( tae U3Ulll prohibition shown, hurtful to the interest It was intended to subserve. By that I mean our home interest. You are doubtless aware all goods intended for exhibition are ad mitted free, and the other duty is one col lectable in case they are sold and delivered to the purchaser in the United StateB." governor's mansion with Messis. Linn and Thompson of the News and drew pen mark through his name, saying, "I signed this bill under a misapprehen- tthe people were satisfied that the been returned to the clerk, quiet, uced by the presence of Oapt. gh, past commander, and United arshal Grimes, preva" excitement prevails to-night Ezra Fowler, Greenleaf; David 8. Knouee, Sterling; Wm. P. SlilUon (deceased), Burr Oak; Samuel C, Stuarr, Topeka; ChaTlee Grandon, Geneeo, Increase-Anthony White, Clyde; John Doryland, Junction City; John Gard, Canton; Franklin M. Mathes, Hutchinson; Wm. O. Henry, Tipton; Price F. arshalGrime,prevailed. STt|Togg^ CIVIL HEKVIOK BETOBM Peter K. Carmine, Carlyle; John B. Brown, Luray; Alfred A. Keck, Yates Center; Samuel Wheeler, Chetopa; AmoB C. Smith, Lay; James Loving, Armourdale; Tllman H, Lukenbill, They Meet at Boston and Kleot Officers for the Knsulng Year. Bostok, Oct. 2.-The buaineBB meeting Cherry vale; JameB B. Graham, Stockton; of the NationalCivil Service Reform ^t^l^T^, league was called to order this morning. Reissue Bna Increaie-Lorenz Eddy, There was a fair attendance of members Monmouth. and a few spectators. Hon. George Wil- Original,'Widow-Margaret C, widow liam Curtis was ^unanimously choaen of Wm -' ':.' Effectually BluOed by tso Bevolvut*- The Amount or Money Taken ltofj.--f; Known-A Fatal Affray-Killed ttia Brother-Lynched-Other fjriines aJJteV - �[ Casualties. Cincinnati, Oot. 2.-Between 8 and 4 o'clock this morning, just after the north , bound train on the Cincinnati, Sanduscjr * and Cleveland railroad had left Urbana, two masked robbers entered the Adams ; express can and with drawn- revolvers compelled Messenger A. L. Bcudder to -deliver the contents of his sale. ThA '� robbers escaped. Buperlutendent Ulmple's Story, Cot.umuuh, o., Oct. 2.-Superintendent Birnple, of the Adams Express Company, .-left Columbus to day for Urbana, after giving the following account of the rob-;-; bery, as given to him by the eipreag , messenger: "Two men, one about five feet ten inohes, both wearing plain blaok�-4j overcoats, the smaller one answering tots the name of Jake; one weighing about;-'_ 100 poundt, and the other 175 pound* ^jl boarded express train No. 2, on the 0Ut4?:-clnnatl, Sandusky and Cleveland radwttjr ;;i at the Pentftylvanla transfer, UrbMM^i Ohio, at 8,26 this morning,and after gagr-'j ging A.L. Scudder.our express messengeri running between Cincinnati andSaidua-^'J ky, robbed him of bis'salary and all tJ�ft"#i money m tho safe, amounting to about $500. The trainmen found the Intruder*-|f in the front end of the baggage car ana:--| were run back at the muzzle of a re-volver and the last seen ot the robbers 4| was at Bellefontaine." Superintendent Blmple will make huv: headquarters at Urbana during the iuves- ' ligation. a douhlemukukb. -.i year he has desired to see bis daughter, knowing that her apprenticeship would be up last month, but has been unable to find her. "I went to New York last spring," he Baid, "and hired a private detective. We hunted a long time, and it cost me a lot of money, but found only traces of MrB, Stetson and the girl without being able The World's Fair, Chicago, Sept 2.-The committee on I Milling Matters. Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 2.-The 0. Paying the Debt, Washington, Oct. 2,-It is stated at , them to the general efteot that tho league the treasury department the decrease in /eVreBsreed?�DB,bIe f�rtbe viewfltbetein the bonded debt of the United States The following report of the committee during the past month (|42,81fl,2-10) was on resolutions was unanimously adopted, greater than in any month since the period First-The National Civil Service Re- 0f refunding operations under Secretary wn^dl&eorZ^'oflhe^eat Sherman, the nearest approach to it being evil known as the "Bpoils system," con- *??j.o98,880 in the month of Octoben gratulates the country that the attempt to nullify the re form law during the present session of congress was defeated in the house that the law was defended by distinguished members of both political parties, and that the leader of the majority of the classification, whioh has been working on Honhwcitern Miller says: The millBim-the division of the great fare, haB at laBt Prove a ttiaa on the Bmoun* ot ,flour got marked out the twelve divisions into out last week. The aggregate output for which the exhibitB will be divided. They tte week ending Saturday was 170,250 have been praotically agreed upon, but barrels, against 104,540 barrels the week not formally adopted and sto as follows, bo'ore, 151,800 barrels for the corre-each letter representing a department: spending time in 188U, and 178,100 barrels A agriculture, B viticulture and horti- ln 1888- Tbere 18 very little u,e w the culture, C live stock, D mines and met- Hour market and uuless the demand soon allurgy, E maohlnery, F electricity and Improves more or less shuttingdown will electrical appliances, G manufactures occur, as the mills are about all caught and� other elaborative Industries, H fine up on orders. The sales the past week arts, pictorial, plastic and decorative, I have been of the scattering, small lot science, history, literature and social re- kind and fell a good deal Bttort of the latlons, K marine and fisheries, L the manufacture. Prices are generally houBe and its accessories, costumes and lower aud considerable effort is made to personal equipments, M isolated, collec- sell. Parties who were fifteen to twenty tive and monagraphic exhibits not other- five cents higher than the lowest a week wise classified. ago, have reduced their figures nearly that much and quotations come nearer being uniform than is often the case. markable vigor and excellence It possessed. It shows what a colored man is capable of, I think he sells our people out, but with honesty and the best ot purposes, I appreciate the motive and admire the effect in itself, but cannot assent to the conclusions. I am too much of an old abolitionist for [ to learn anything definite, that. The weakness is that the law places tho whole machinery for testing illnees Indian Outrages In Mew Mexico, to vote In the hands ol the whites. If Au.D.juTo.uit, N. M., Oot. 2.-8everal they could only make part of our people , ... Democrats down there, and thus have companies of cavalry have now been out whiteB and blackB in both partieB, a Bolu- after the renegade Apaches about two tlon would be speodily reached." weeks, but not an Indian has been cap- 000 blacks will be disfranchised, leaving reported. The latest from the Black the white} a voting majority of about 48,- Range country, which has been 000 in the state. Will this advantage to their rendezvous in every outbreak the whites tend to retard efforts for the for years, is that the bodieB of two education of the colored people?" miners were found day before yesterday "No; that will not operate. The colored riddled with bullets and their BcalpB people will get an education one way or taken. People ln the Bouth are in a fe- another." ' v-r of excitement, and if the government "Are you personally acquainted with don't put a atop to the annual raids of a Mr. Montgomery!" few renegadoB they will organize them- "Oh, yes. I have met him, and I re- selves into companies and exterminate cognized him as a man of ability, but had theBavages. Capt. Culquita, father-In not supposed him capable of a Bpeech bo law ot Kid, the leader of the Apaches, bly prepared. I am happily surprised, has surrendered to the authorities, Mangled on a Ballrond Track. Paris, Tex., Oct. 2,-This morning a messenger from the country reported that a negro man had been found dead on the track of the Santa Fe railroad, Justice invest! and am always glad to witness the I achievements of one of my own people." | Attacked by Highbinders San Fuancisco, Cal., Oot. 2.-At 1 'clock thlB morning Ah Gong, wife of Dong Gong, was passing quietly along to ~t~~"m',le~s~south of~ the city, her home at 745 Washington street. She Roundtree went out and was accompanied by her husband, and gated. The badly mangled remains the pair had juBt come out of the Chinese ?f J"p* Pe"U8> tt, neF� ..weli ... . t ,w � .... �..v�., known iu this city, were found scattered theatre on Jackson street. At the cor- aiong ,ne track for 900 y�rd.. Pettusleft ner of Washington and Depont here yesterday morning in company with streets they were assaulted by a another negro to go to the country to plok large gang of highbinders, who cotton and wbb very drunk. It is not ,, ,, .,____. ...___. known how he came to be on the track made a desperate attempt to but lt WM 6vi(lent ,hat two ortUree kill Dong Gong and kidnap his life part- freight trains had passed over him. - The huBband, who defended Mrs. The decrease in the bonded debt for the first nineteen months of the present administration has been $205,714,410, an average monthly reduction of $10,827,074 The foregoing figures relate exclusively to the bonded debt and not to the "debt house declared that his party was pledged 'ess cash in the treasury" at the various to nothing more than a civil service re dates specified, form which was truly sustained by the best opinion of both parties, Republicans and Democrats alike. The league recognizes the fact that 33,-000 places in the public service are now filled up on fair and frea competition by merit alone, while Commissioner Rose-velt gives the assurance that 03 per cent, of the clerks so appointed under the late administration have been retained. It recalls with satisfaction the action of the attorney general sustaining the civil service commission in the selectlou of appointments made in defiance of the reform law and the indictment of persons for receiving political contributions. It commands the explanation of the civil service commissioner before the house investigating onmmittee and congratulates the country upon the choice of civil service commissioners of the present administration. The resolutions continue: Whilst ao cording to the national alminlstratlon the greatest credit for whatever advance may have been made In the application of civil service reform to the conduct of public business, It is nevertheless our duty to remind the country of tha pledges made bv the successful party at the last presidential election and to note how far the nlednes have been kept. The pledges Of the administration �were:  First, That the reform of the civil service already �u�plolnus!v begun should be completed by thefartheresi extension The Wichita Fair. Wichita, Oct. 2.-The 2:80 trot, $1,000 Blake, was won by ABhland Wilkes In the first, second aud fourth heats; time, 2:28,2:24, 2:20,2:23^. Ashland 1b owned Kansas Corporations. Toi'eka, Oct. 2,-The following new Kansas corporations have filed charters by J. ff. Toler of Wichita. Conde, owned witn lUe secretary of state: by J. P. Stonerood ot Denver, took Bee- The PreBbytery of Lamed, of the Pres ond money, gettlug the second heat, byterian church ot the United Btates of Third money went to Joe Young, owned America. Trustees- H. M.Shookley, J. by O. E. Westbrook of Peabodv. W.'Thornton, Wm. E. McOrea, Wm. TIib 2:45 pace was won by Otto W. in OroBby, John D. Beck, three straight heats; time, 235^8:85^, _The Lincoln^ Cemeteryassooiatlon, of Gong nobly, was shot in the wrist by the attacking party, but Policeman Llnsky, attracted by the shooting, came up, and the highbinders disappeared as if by magic. Gong and wife were held as witnesses, much against their will, as a disclosure by them means almoBt sure death at the hands of these secret mur derers. Broath Bucked by a Oat. Clay county. Directors-Geo. L. War 2-.8G>j, Second money to Conflict. of Kansas City. The race will be endeS | ^ClVbwrahuUdlDg associa- Bate War Settled, Cuicaoo, 111., Oct. 2.-The sectional war in passenger rates in which (he Rock Island, Bmta Fe and Missouri Pacific have indulged in for some time past was brought to a close to-day. At a meeting of representatives of a number of west em lines an agreement was reached can celling the troublesome round trip rates OniCAuo, Oct. 8.-The coroner's jury from Kansas City, the state of Missouri, i, .i,..,,,., ,� , .Liu ,u:_k i_ i. Nebraska, and Colorado to Chicago and In the case of a child which died In its roturn< ,^he a eemoat tfl to take effect cradle while a large cat was in the cradle to-morrow, with it, brought in a verdict to the effect The Deserted Oapltol. Washinuton, Oct. 2.-The Capitol this morning was almost deserted. A few sight-seers wero ln the corridors, and in the rotunda a small army of Bcrubbers was engaged in the task of effacing from the walls and steps the evidences of the wear and tear of a ten months' session and a few newspaper men wandered around, hoping against hope that some sorap ot news would repay them for their visit, but everything was dead. in the Benate chamber not a senator appeared. Mr. Owens of Ohio was the only member in the house. He sat in a cloud of dual raised by the men sweeping the hall, attending to his correspondence. The Census. Washington, Oot. 8. - The census bureiu to-day announced the population of the following cities and towns: Be-dalle, Mo., 18,094, increase 4,485. Iowa- Msrshalltown, 0.808, increase 8.068; Sioux City, 87.803, increase 80.496. -Dal-las, Tex., 88,140, increase 27,788. The total population of the state of New Hampshire la 875,837, increase 28,888. , The Blue and the Gray. Clinton, Mo., Oot 8,-In the reunion procession to-day ex-Confederates were to-morrow. The Bale ot tickets showed that over 80,000 people attended the fair to-day. Daring Desperadoes. Gainesville, Tex., Oct. 2, - Two strange men entered the store of Carey Bros. Monday evening at Alfred, I. T., fifty mileB north of Gainesville, and rilled the safe and Btore. Upon leaving one of them shot and killed W. A. Carey. The desperadoes then mounted and made their escape. A large posBe of oltizens are B^ourlng the country with fair prospects of capturing the murderers. The body of Carey will be brought to Gainesville to-day and will he burled atDenlson to-morrow.__ What W1UGovernor Steele Do? Gutubie, Oct. 3.-In the council this morning the bill locating the capital at Oklahoma City was called up. The amendment of the houae changing the date for the removal was concurred in, and the bill la now ready for the governor's signature. There is a great dial of speculation as to what the governor will do. The impression is general that the gonernor will veto the measure. ftwoelver of the Kingman Sfatlonal Bank Wamiinqtoh, Oct. 2.-The comptroller of the the currency to-day appointed S. W. Myers of Greensbursr, Kan., to be receiver of the Kingman National bank, of Kingman, Kan, tion, of Lawrence. Directors-W. C. Spangler, F. O. Hartio, VV. A. Snow, U 8. Hadley, Lawrence; J. A. Prescott, To peku; F. A. Stocks, Blue Rapids; E. A. Allen, Wichita. Capital stock, $10,000. The Washington and Oregon Colonization company, of Belleville. Directors- Geo. W. Stevenson, 8. C. Crammer, B T, Bullen, R. H. Harsh, E. L. Meek. Capital stock, $10,000, Extension of Bacurslon Bates. Kansas City, Oct. 2.-The Rock Island to-day announces an extension ot its ex oursion rates, as follows: The rate Chicago will be one fare for the round trip, tickets to be sold until Oct. 10, and good returning including Oct. 20. The rate to St. Louis is the same, tickets belog similarly limited. The Wabash today announced a Blmilar rate to Chicago, and the Missouri Pacific to St. Louis. Want tha President to stop Off Kansas City, OcC 8.-Mayor Holmes this afternoon issued a call to the executive officers qf the various organizations of this city urging them to co-operate In an endeavor to Induce President Harrison to accept the hospitality of the city on the occasion of bis visit to the west. Colorado Lines Cutting Bates. Diinveb, Oct. 2.-The western trunk lines centering in Denver this morning began the work of retaliation against the Missouri Paclflo for ootting rates from A Friendly Bonfllo Knds ln a Fatal 8t�b-�,^ btug Airrar. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 2.-At New Al- ; bany this morning Wm. Carroll the lftwar year-old son of John Carroll a palnter.Vl and Lewis Griggs a young carpenter got into a fight as the result of a scuffle begun In fun and killed each oiher. The] two had for years been acquaintance* on friendly terms. Griggs was Blightly crippled. They were standing on the corner with a crowd of young men when the skylarking began.1 In the midst of it Griggs complained that ii Carroll had struck him unfairly, Carroll ^ thought it was all in fun and thought! there was no cause for a show of temper.'! GriggB beoame more violent at this, and': Carroll finally said: ; "If you were not a cripple I'd whip you," and turned away to join the crowd, i Griggs stood still a moment,tben quickly drew a big barlow knife and concealing it in hiB sleeve, joined the crowd also. Moving around bb they talked till he j came immediately in front ot Carroll, had suddenly drew tho knife and plunged It.J into Carroll's breast, over the heart. He then lied across the street. to*i<] ward a livery stable. Carroll, covering from the shock, Jerke," the knife from the wound and checks the flow of blood by gripping the wo in one hand gave chase, catching Grigg just at the stable door. He 'stabbed nil in the left side. Screaming frantlcallyil Griggs fought desperately to get loose.l but Carroll held him and drawing the! knife stabbed htm again and again in tha_ right side, pushing at the knife to makM sure it bad gone as deep as it could? Griggs sank fainting and Carroll fell dead at hlB side. The knife had touched bis heart. Griggs was taken home, buiij cannot recover. that death resulted from having its breath sucked by a cat." This morning Oorocor Hertz gave Deputy Monoghan, who presided over the inquest, a severe reprimand for accepting such a verdict. �'That's a ridiculous verdict," said Mr. Hertz and you should have refused to accept it. The verdict should have been death by suffocation. How did the jury know that the cat sucked the child's breath 1" "A reputable physician testified that the child was undoubtedly suffocated In that way," explained Monoghan, "besides 1 had no business to interfere with the verdict."_ Fooled ills SXouey Away. Evansville, Ind., Oct. 2.-The biggeBt haul ever made In this city by the sporting fraternity was made to-day, the vie-tim being M. H. Justice of Oakland, Ind., who, in two shakes of the dice, dropped $6,000. justice recently drew $7,500 ina lottery. He deposited the money ln the First National bank in this city. He came here on Monday, and, being somewhat of a sporting character, he spent a portion of last night playing poker, at which he lost in the neighborhood ot $500. Hedrew $1000 from the bank today and started for the train to return home. On his way to the depot he flopped at the "Noah's Ark" saloon, where he met what appeared to him as a greenhorn from the country, who showed up a big roll of money, and proposed to throw Ulg mil vt wmuoj, SIHI IHUVUpQVI W MSSUOT dice tot $1000. Justtoe.thlnkinghekad met with an easy victim from whom he could add to nit deposit in A Jail Delivery Prevented. Duuuo.uk, lo., Oct 3.-Placiuette, the counterfeiter, haB been discovered sending messages to friends asking that tools be smuggled into the jail to cut his way out; also stating he haB been organizing a movement for an outbreak. He has been placed in solitary confinement. Plaquette is a desporate character and dangerous. Tho ttaoe Track! Cincinnati, Oct. 2.-Winners of today's races at Lstonis: Silver Lake, Miss Leon, Tenacity, Dolllkloe, Reputation, Rudolph. Mokiuh Pahk, Oct. 2.-The winners of to-day'sjracea are: Two Lips, Dr. Helmut!), Tulla Blackburn, Slnolos, Chatham and Long Shot Cleveland, O.,Oct. 2-Second day's races National Association Trotting Horse Breeders. Everett house stakes for foals ot 1887 by stallions whose get have never beaten 2:45 at three-years: W. H. Crawford's (JonBtantine won, Wilk's Woodstock's Palatine second; best time, 8:10. Special subscription stakes for 5 year olds which have never beaten 8:25 at 4-year-old or under: Kalamazoo stack farm's Embossy won, Burr Oak sfek farm's Fright second; best time, 239%. Spectil subscription stakes for 2-year-nlds: C'Cillao Park's Sternberg won, Prospect Hill stock farm's Free distanced time, 220<*. Bpec'.itl subscription stake for 8-year-old gets of 1687, Allen farms. Kremlin was the only starter; time. SStH. Special subscription stakes tor -t-yetr- .A Negro Lyuohed. St. Louih, Oct. 2.-A Bpecial to. llepublic from Princeton, Ky., says: Sis nest Humphrey, colored, who, yoste* morning brutally murdered his pan mour, Dicy Miller, was taken fram jail here lust night by a mob of arm* end masked colored men and lynche The authorities had made arrangemVi for a special guard, but did not anticip that the lynching would be attempt before 2 o'clock in the mornlaj When, therefore, the mob made appearance at the jail at 11 o'clock v� armed with guns and pistols, the office were helpless and unable to make any i slstauce. A railroad iron was used batter down the door behind which the murderer, who was quickly- take from the jail and swung into eternity frofl the limb of a tree. Thought His Brother Was a Ci Gbtuuie, 1. T., Oct. 2.-Mr. J. Mitchell was shot and killed by brother yesterday evening. The two i were out hunting and became separata The elder brother had killed a eriuirn and climbed a tree to secure It. Tt other brother coming to the scene was atl tracted by a noise in the tree and supl posed it was made by a catamount antr fired. The dead man was brought to thij city this morning with thirty buckshot I his body. _ Committed Aul^lde. Kansas City, Oct 2,-George V7.1 Lean, for many years prominent in tin ness and society in this city, commit! suicide this afternonn by shooting Mb self three times in the abdomen. Hf leaves a wife and three children, cause otitis suicide was dun to mean aberration, which incapacitated blot { business, which la turn made blu ' pondent__ ~:w A tTarmer's gate. Uoi-e, Kan,Oct. 2.-Sebattion N* farmer, was found dead In his. barn : tefday, having shot himself. He mitted suicidn because of thedUco ing outlook of crops. He leave* *1 family. _ Weather ladloattosuw WiSHntoTON, Oct. a.-precast! _,----.------------......,__8 p. m. Friday.]-For Kansas: Wan olds. Myers and Wagoner's Alabaster [southerly winds; fair weather; ootd�t< won. I Saturday. ...if..,

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