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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 18, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON NEWS HUTCHINSON TUESDAY NOVEMBER QUIET IN WALL Exoltomont hi the Stock Market HUB Almost Trices Uororting Back to the Ilg mas That Prevailed Previous to tlio Jl 11 Now Xhnt There Ban Mnen an Oreritold und Have Been Traded In Whloh Were jjkit In the Brothers Will Oaaranteo tho Whole of NEW stock mar feet after having time to recover from thu scare of was much less active than fur any day for the past and the evldentreturuof con lice caused a Blow but material ad D in values all along the not withstanding the fact that there was great irregularity and teverishnese throughout the entire There were two more failures an both due to the shrinkage in but they had but slight the failure of Gregory Billou serving to keep Missouri Pacific down behind tho rest of the as it understood that the firm waa heavily long on the The sales under the rule at one time were about all the business but they were all cleared away before and later when it became evident that no more failures worn to announced tho buying assumed a more confident front and the upward movement in values waa Todays developments Bhow conclU Bively tbat tho market has for a long time botn largely and that bids and ostensible purchases were made by the when the number of stockn called for nouid not be obtained in the The general opinion seems to beJfiat it ia now only a question with in vostora of netting stocks at present the feeling of insecurity has almost subsided and that a steady im provement may now be looked for on a sound IS The Banks flupportliif ttarlng Will Their Eutlro the ofiloia buaiuess on the stock exchange had a decidedly better prices from tho worat but Btil jng A general decline for the day limduga were few vnturing to operate in view of tho uu urtaln and critical condition of the The banks supporting Bannea now propose to guarantee ttie whole of Tbe management o Baring ia expected to go Into Lord the hea of the lUm and a director of the bank o withdraws aa although hitwill continue to advise the other Lumbers of the all men of aolli hSfucial The North nivcr NEW North Kiverbsnk has been unable to raise th sum necessary to Tw of the Wall street banks refuse to allow the bank to clear through tbe clearing house until it shall cover in its treasur actual cash to meet all deposits There is a deficiency caused by shrink age in T at todays session devoted the mom ing hours to hearing reports of the super intendenta of the different departments Then came the election of whic resulted ID the reelection of all the ol officers as follows France Willard Miss Caroline corre spending secretary Mary Wood recording secretary Miss Pugh Resolutions endorsing Senator Blai and urging bis reelection were intro and created a little exoitemen waa made to have that par to hie reelection stricken ou e was an animated dlsoussio he matter went to the committee o Misa Willard is confined to her hole by and prayers for her recover were delivered arrived jthia evening and went consultation with tbo local creditors tho first named Nath n a statement showing the total abilitlrn of tho three companies to be tout and the asneta egotlaUons were commenced and will e completed in a day or Nath n for a eettlement of the Kansas Ity Packing companys affairs and for he resumption of business at the com anya A FALSE lo In Dimmed with Alienating the Aflec tlunn of n VOUDB of le most sensational suits ever brought n West Virginia was brought in the Bar our county court Saturday by prominent business of Phillip 1 against Woods ia 10 son of exSupreme Judge Samuel and 19 a distinguished criminal awycr ami He was recently no of the trustees of the state reformato rand hold other high positions of he complaimmt charges Woods with Hcntitiru the affections of bis wifo un er the guise of and asks amogeB to the amount of rielip U a handsome blonde and the aughter of one of tbe leading Baptist reachois of West The charges re of tho moHt sanoatlonal it ba ng alleged that the intimacy between be couplt waa long and that n one particular occasion tbe defendant was discovered with the woman in her oom during her husbands and lat ho narrowly escaped serious injuries t the handa of Ohrlslipa brother when Woods will light the He s engaged o bo mnmed to an estimable nd popular young A Hospital for Is announced tha the project to establish in Boston an in stitute where consumptive patients ma be treated by Kochs tuberculosis cure to be put into operation at A wel known local an enthusiast o the subject of who ha juat returned from where he ha opportunity to investigate tbo propose new cure for is about t take steps to provide a hospital for th reception of those alllicted with the dis The Jymph for innoculation is o the way to this city and arrangemen have been completed to make a cultur of it sxhu a full supply will be con stantly on hand for members who will use it THROUGH A A Terrible Railway Accident at Kansas A and Freight Train Goes to the Bottom of the Muddy ho Number of Killed Unknown ami May lie Anywhere From Twelve to Aloatlr Laborers In the Pack Houaes who were Riding AOIOBB the Bridge to Their LlRt of Dead HO Far al are KANSAB this morning n freight train of six cars and an engine of the Kansas Wyan dotte and Northwestern just entering tho city from plunged through a bridge and into the muddy depths of the Kaw river near its in Kansas Kan No one knows how many persons were on but there must have been any where from twelve to The list of saved com prises only four members of the train crew and one or two men who fere across the Tho list of killed and woundnd so far an known is as follows Fred Henry Kansas i Will Kansas Henry Kansas The latter three were employee ot Ar mours packing house und riding to thoir Tho injured are gjChristain Kansas ou badly cut and Thomas badly Kan badly thrue ribs Piuckuoy Kansas slightly liligbtly compelled the jailor to give up tho prisThe following list of fur They then took Stevena out of nishert by the All tniso were ovn nod swung him to a limb of a tree has uat thie plncn from uf the hanging by a mob of Ned tho sicgro who killed Sheriff Itveral montho He was but tbo jury failed to agree upou a verdict nud he was bent lack to At night ft moW auvern uindred quietly out rounded tbo jail and ciimpalga phueed circularn to be issued anil scattered over the state of riia requesting Knights to vQtp for Pattersow xfor states the and that oth same Those dele opposed to the organization know ingany pirty politics BB a body de manded a latisfactory explanation of the wttle thoae thfl i course alleged toilmve been pursued came toitej i Tho debate baa been very tonight it ia stated very sat isfactory explanations have been made and the matter ia At this evenings session Powderly was nnanlmouslyreelected grandmaster Hugh Cavanagh of Cincinnati general worthy and John mcretary The as sembly paused a resolution continuing Powderlys salary at per but upon a motion of Powdorly the resolution was reconsidered and the ajfaount reduced to Ad journed tjjitil WH1CPHD Terry Again lloforo ibllo Althea Terry is bjfore tho public and timo she ci parasol in her which oho smashed over the of after slapping bis traublo grew out of the winding up of thejleatato of the late J udge Caldwell la attorney for the executor and Sarah fancies they ure trying to cheat her out ot her Saturday she took excoptioiijfj some words of Caldwell in He alluded to a vury offensive in a tbjtt woman in an arg her aa Caljlwell la a six foot Sarah waited for bim iu the und when he passed aha tlrat Mapped hlB faco with a rosoundliig smack and then raised her nunprotector and smashed it ou the lawyer good well FALSE Disappointed Indians Miaropro Bont the New So SUYR the Clicyemie Medicine Who Heard Him at The New Christ Frenches the Doctrine of Fence unit Whloh Doen Not Suit Some of the Warlike and They Invent Doctrines which They dacrlbe to tho UeMlah Fenm of Trouble at tho llone llud Miles has re ceived from the post adjutant at Fort the report of relative to tho new relig ious craze at the Chejenno On my arrival at the saya I put myself in im mediate communication with the apostle of the now religion among the and with Big who accompanied him on his vibit to tho new Christ at Walker loat I held a lengthy talk with Porcu pine and Big The former waa almost entirely tha Big Beaver merely corroborating his state when questioned as to the identity of fifteen or sixteen tribes wha wore at the Walker Lake meeting last that they included Bannocks and some other tribes whose riddled his body with Annnnl Election ofomcurr annual election of the Columbus and Fort Smith railroad was held in this city nad resulted in the election of the follocviug board of directors Alexander Connecticut Plnn and Springs Valloaml Fort Smith Cherokee Col umbus James Beadle and Tho board organized by electing of ficers as follows Alexander War president vicepresi dent James treasurer con to got aboard tho train nncl iifi they did not put in an appearance at thoir lacesof or at their it eared were lost lUlph elevator inan lit Fred pipefitter at Frank packer at Dave beef killer at Three tramps who boaidet tbe some distance up tho rood uro A wreck of the British cruiser Sorpent has caused considerable comment among thooOcers of the reflecting credit to some ex tent on tbe now ships of this Tbo accident is taken as a further proof the smaller ships ofthe British navy are too light in their a fact that has been suspected for some The plana of certain of our new vessels havu been based on English de but in every case the frames have been so that the calamity need cause no fear of a repetition on this side of the Hanged hy a Molt weeka ago a negro outraged a lady named near Woods station on the dummy near Yesterday a negro named Henry Smith was taken to her and she instantly pro nouucot him the He was taken by the citizens who had him in charge and this morning his dead body was found dangling to a tree near Oklahoma und the Llqnor liquor ques tion occupied the council today and it is evident tbat there is an overwhelming sentiment against a prohibitory The indications are that a high license law will be and that tbe local option feature will be stricken There is nothing new today In regard to the capital location and Governor Steele ia still A Woraanfl Horrible Mary Herring was burned to death in her house near Highland Doniphan at midnight last She was 78 years helpless and nearly blind and was overcome before her who lived a few rods could save The origin of the fire is not All the missing are supiiObeii to been killed and their bodies ure unw probably confined tho wreckngtv Tho accident occurred tho middle of the span ning the Kaw north of tliu cable ut the water works Just before reaching tho bridge a colored man was seen to board the while two were seen riding on the engine The train had crossed the tlrat span to the touth and waa half way across the se ond when without a moment of warning and with a sudden plurg tha engine bowed downward and disappeared beneath the surface of the One after another the six cara of the train dashed down upon the each striking with a deafening cranh and aink ng beneath the The caboose was the only car that did not disappear be low the and coals from the stove within it set fire to it and it waa scon con The work of rescue began immediate ly by thoao who had witnessed tbe dis and those who had been attracted to the spot by the crash and the glare of the burning Several of the colored men who were riding to their work and all of the trains crew except the firemen were taken from wreckage to which they were found The taek of regaining the dead bodies was then begun and those mentioned above as dead were The search for tbe others supposed to have been drowned will be continued No cauee can beabsigned for the disaster beyond the inherent weakness of the 8UITVI3BINQ Not Lou Than Needed to Keep Farmers Prom The attempt to conceal tlio destitute and wretched condition of the farmers in the western part of Nebraska has and the governor has issued an appea and sent it to the mayor of every city in the asking for Failure of crops this season ia the cause of the distress am the entire western halt of the state ta John the re cent Alliance candidate for governor lives in that and he estimates names ho did the there all of been not H5 UCih Indiana and had says had left and Cald a repetition of the blow and applied a coarse epithet to The Hceuo attracted a large and Terry left the building with Borne of that fury in bar that she attributes to a wrongod The newa spread and created a which waa in when Sarah swore out a war aut and caused Caldwella arrest for liiturblng tho This in tho second eccounter between the and the a big which will a Terry claimB that Caldwell is in ove and iu spite ofthe fact hat he lujft married he has been 81w claims to have in ler oottatj ft lot ol lovo leitern which nh received from him and she threatens fo produce them in court Mon day and u lot tho public know what of lutter writer the lawyer in when tie drops phraseology and indicts a ten Caldwell declares Terry is iu love with and that the aforesaid lovo io positively making life a burden to He declares one haa no lovo lotters from Terry is in aterrible state of and seiious consequences feared by those familiar with the difll nlty betvjeon the IUVORUK ludtng ot liic lit tho Case ot Orthca trial of tbe OSlloa divorce case was resumed in the divorce court this morning before Jus tice Butt and the special The peti tioner presented further evidences to prove thu charges he makes against his wife and The first witness called was a servant who hadworked at the OShea home at tho time Captain OShea charges that Parrjall was paying clandestine visits to his She testified that OShea and Parnell were on one occas before his was auro there were no tribes from the Indian T rritory and thinks the Sioux the most eastern Indiana He saya that ho flrct hoard ol the Christ at the Arapahoe where he and twelve other Ohey ennes went on n visit last Au Arap ahoe Indian named had been to tho southwestern country in told them that there was R risen for the where he would bo and explained hie doctrine to Sages story Porcupine to the he himself afterwards saw near Walker Porcupine goes on to say that ho and the other Oieyennes wore much in terested and determined to see this Messiah uut aa oil could not go Biie of the Oheyennes were sent back to ie Tongue river reservation to toll the eople yjhal they had hearth brings a warning from the Sioux reser He says there IB the greatest anger here that the Indiana propose 16 attack Fort Abraham Lincoln knowing tbat there are but fifty soldiers Then they propose to capture Mandan and massacre the citizens and burn thr Tho greatest alarm prevails among the people It Is reported the Indian police tu Standing Rock have torn oil their badges and o OccaHlon A 1iontcr Press special from Huron commander of the depart ment of and Woodruff arrived here today on their way to Paul from a visit to Forts Sulr Randall and They report having found tbe Indians very quiet and although there is much interest mani fested regarding the coming of tho MfH siah theru h no occasion for A OHUKOUNAN3 Albert of Now a I tho j unior partner iu the brokerage nrm of Robeson at ia a priaoncr at police bead charged with over seventy aggregating Smith ban acknowledged his guilt to Inspector Byrnes and has turned Over nil nia prop erty to benefit of hia cret idiiors for The covory of the forgeries which cover ti period of nix wau acciduntally made on Saturday morning by a stock clerk in tht employ of Iu Smith bays he UBort the money obtained by his lor gerUu to reimburse custoinms of the firm who hod lost money on hia augges Mefore his arrest he made a breast of hia iloinija to hie onsncltttw in the AHhougU tho ia nut Inspector a warn of the exciteJ condition of the money deter mined to make public the real facts the Huiithfl method wua some ion lockwtiiD the drawing OShea SKWurds explained that the looking cflHo door was essential to the safety as a number of mcinbaribln secret societies were prowl ingabottt the She alao told the witness to deny that Parnell visited the Anothor servant testified that OShea and Parnoll were locked up to gether in a room until after This closed the as neither the rear any ent nor corespondent made the case waa given to the jury whcjyturned a verdict that adultery had beeifpQmmitted by OShea ant Bnd that there had been no con nivance on the part of OShea The court granted a decree of divorce with costs to the and also awarded him the custody of his minor childreBi i Onthrle town lot decisions were rendered by the bo an Four decisions were rendered and in each case the original and firs that fully farmers have left thai ifeUleralwere favored by tho Cer state to escape It is Women on the KANSAS Independ ence Avenue voted tonight on the proposition to admit women to conferences as lay Out of a membership of 860 only 03 voted on thn 20 Will Beautua RJHBAS JDII representative ot the Kansas Oity the Kansas Packing and Ghasa Refrigerator com WhlteWluKd Itmoe Hovers Ooi SAN peaca wan definitely signed in the capital of Guatemala between Salvador and The treaty IB binding from the date ot its by tho respective governments without prejudice as toils ratification by the national assembly of each Evoked Oat em ployeg ia the trimming department con nected with the fur hat manufacturers association were locked out this morn Over hattore ate state to escape starvation mated that it will require over to iu any way relieve the unfortunate Governor Thayer appointed a committee to personally visit the famine BtivcVon After two wenha in vestigation they make a report tbat none of the rumors have been They say the farmers are living in without suitable fuel or and before the winter ia over will penah if is not extended to KNIGHTS OF Attouapto to Take the Organization FolUlmi Cnuies Heatud is tonight from very good authority the trouble in the Knights of which has existed since day was caused by the die ery ot an attempt to use the order for litloal It ia claimed that i of the executive officers during the 1 and the Cold Blast Transportation iBBUPdfiythe Dyer Oity govern ment did not amount to anything more than Tbe decisions seem tc give general The BlccumNippie social scanda was he womau and her bus band have left the The popula doctor haa resumed business at hie ol A number of alleged horse thieve IIHVO boon arrested lately and are now in the of the There i iv of some lyuchin m at new iro thu county was blown up b irday Itisnup piby the party wh lliool house un Kansas Fair peratnre westerly winds nd the other Cheyennes went Vhen they got to Utah they eceived laryo accessions to their cara Indians joining them m groups at ifterent pointo on so that when ie flnul meeting took place at Walker iake to hear the Christ apeak there as near as cou d eati several hundred Indiann ncluding women and He ecially insists that tho teachings of the ew Christ were in the interest of eace and good order and industry on he part of the I asked if he could explain how it as then certain Indian tribes made this ew doctrine a basis for neglecting their rops indulging in demoralizing nd even in as had been the ase on certain His answer s so shrewd and touches so nearly tha robable explanation of the I ecorded He said that the Indi na who had gone to hear his new Christ with him lad gone hoping to hear him preach ome incendiary and that they ere disappointed at hearing tbat the lew creed required to do simple work behave BO that being mown by their people to have visited hie they concluded on heir return home not to relate strictly what this man told but to put into da mouth doctrines more agreeable to he These said re all and they are responsible for trouble that not tbe new The above comprises all the additional nformatioQ gathered from Poroupino It may be added tbat he claims be ability in case of trouble on account of this belief on any reservation to put a stop to if called on to do FOB TUB Sloax Indiana Confident the Day of Their IB Near at telegram r6m Milei waa received this by Schofield saying that there seems to be no danger of trouble with the Sioux Indiana at the Rose Bud and other The Indians remain and are exciting them selves by frequent war and are still looking for the coming of the Mes who is to exterminate the white The Indian prophets are doing everything to stimulate the The failure uf the Messiah however to appear on the specified dates has had a somewhat depressing effect upon their Now it IB predicted that he will appear In date not definitely thing akin to that of the clerk nf the firm of Ohoato who was sent to prison for u long term The loas Jroro Smiths raiBioingi will all upon of Kobeson Khicte been in existence since aati ftWeii hns bedn held in tho highest About aix years ago Hinlih becajiS and to save himself the scheme which led to htu Hia plaa was He would HuyV eight or nine shares of first claes and by adding ti cipher or the letter Y raise the order to eighty or ninety Theae he de posited with the as o private ac and thus made bio partners respon The shares in tho course of time were hypothecated with the Union Trust United States Trust Chemcal Fownlx Mechan ics Fourth National Nassau Bank of Brooklyn and until tho amounts lie cured reached between and in each Smiths forg eries might have continued indefinitely if Stock Clerk Watson had riot discovered that the figures in acertifictte turned in by Smith on Saturday had been An investigation and showed that Smith had purchased but seven shares instead of ai ap peared on the face of the This led to an overhauling of the books of the and tlien all came to At a subsequent conference with hia as sociates Smith made a full confession and then went to his 904 Colum bia he as ar Smith is a prominent arid member of several Knowing that exposure was inevitable he sent hia resignation to all clubs previous to bin Tbe stocks which were Paul Omaha pre Michigan Illinois Cincinnati and St Louia preferred and Louis and San Francis Some of theso were also deposited as collateral with tbe Washington Trust company and the American Loan and Truat Smiths crime ia fogery in the first and as he has confessed his guilt he cannot escape a long term of He ia 45 years ana a childless All of Smiths forgeries are not a total lom to the as about ODO fourth canbe The net loss will be Smith was arraigned at the Jeffer son Market police court this morning andwas Lawyer Walter of the firm of waiter ui CUM urm ur Denning of 41 East Teeth who are counsel to the firm of Robeson saye this even ing that the firm has made an assignment to to whom Smith yester day made a personal Iaruolls Daily Ttleurvph publishes Parnells political It fixed in view of pastfailures at ai curate says be must cease for the present at least Miles believes that when the next failure it recorded the in fluence of the prophets upon tho In already badly will be sub stantially He is certain that there IB no danger of trouble thia winter but if the present spirit of rest lessness and the agitation ia continued next spring may witnens an Every precaution has been taken by tbe military authorities to promptly sup press an outbreak if it should Troops in adequate numbers have been stationed at points of threatened trouble and Oen Rugera visit has had a salutary effect upon the Indian Outbreak A epucla from says A friendly Indian to lead the Nationalist It ia reported that the followers of PUT nail do not desire him to retire unless by hia own in which event the leadership of the Irish party will be vested in a coniualeslon of which Juetin McCarthy will bo CaBh Wanted for Broken MrRth Lottie Sherman a pretty county girl of 33 Jeflerison promised to marry her j but failed to show hlmie ding She now auei the turn of Bo suit belong to the best fi bon and Montgomery cc   

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