Hutchinson News, November 19, 1890

Hutchinson News

November 19, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HTJTC IIUTCHINSON WEDNESllY NOVEMBER ie Governor Humphreys Plurality Over Retmlt of Official Canvass the Vote Cast on No vember of Tlie Cntlre Honnbllcnn State Ticket With the Exception of Attor ney Genoml who Went Down pnder tho Combined Opposition of all Jjhn Discordant The Total and the Pluralities ful of tho Sue The returns from Libatte and Logan counties have been received by Secretary of nnd both contain surprises of a pleasant TPhe semiofficial heretofore reoelyei from Labetto omorrow and tho result will probably ie as follows rand patriarch Kansas grand high priest grand senior warden grand scribe Edward grand treasurer representative to the grand Uunfliia following charters have been filed in the office of he seorotary of stute The Bohemian Mcnaviaa Cemetery association of Rlloy Joseph Btephen Thomau Antoue John The Liucolu Library unil Heading Room aswciatiou of Directors Annie Fannie Julia Mim Tell Walton capital The Second Baptist Church society oi Arkansas Dslaim and The Publishing of Sher N A Cftpital INTENSE Pooplo of Thor oughly Aroused ami Arinocl Tlie Town Fall of Exdtoil IViio Hnvu Come in From all IMr itnct Tho DMry of laen bro Isaac Jolm Bilao IX Inpital The Shipping of The nud Ksuy om ot Directors allowed Kaasacs to day M foliowi John CnppUnor special an Thomas Dnnniaoa James Fan tljo army hito tUe Ciiarlca nie Tobias John Arinauialo Wflrran NeEsCity Juhn Brooks To peka ifSwrsnfte Samuel Fort Oauiuu Alfred Li Bjinche Elijah Rush Center Sidney Aitrjcola Uaaltoll Mo Atchisajj Kli Vfntuiote Great Matthew Frarcie minor of Maryoville father of Eclmorrl Flori1 e Atiiol cointy gave Humphrey and Willtti a of 070 for The official figures Humphrey for Willite of but a change of 401 in Governor Humphreys Logan county has not been heard from at except that it gave a plurality for The state central committee had estimated it at titty for In stead of that it gave Humphrey 868 anc Willits only a pluraUty of 1S1 for The vote oa governor complete la n follows Humphrey Willits Robinson lliohardaon total Uumphreyij The following ia the total vote and thi pluralities ot tha otter candidates oa th ticket for lieutenant grtvernoi For lieutenant governor Felt Hop Sciha P plurality For sacretary of stats Biggins Rap Oabora plurality For auditor Hovey Itej Foster plurality For state treasurer Stover Biddla plurality For superintendent of public lion WinatiB MoCnrmack plurality For chief justice H Hortoa Rightmire plur ality 1 Attorney Gen jrAl Ion the Ke fnaiican but fell under tbo combined opposition of the Peopleu the Democracy und the whisky The voto oa attorney uonoril was as follows IVOR Kellogp It will ba noticed Kellogg rhn votos of Oovornor ThoDourly Ilalimco treasurer of United hauyubmitted to Secretary Wiadom the I report on operations and conditions of the 1 J treasury for the flscal year ending June I The net ordinary revenues amounted to a sum but twice exceeded in the history of the The increase over the year before wad which came from the internal reve nue The ordinary expenditures were an increase of M over those of the year growth of the revenues there a little greater than that of the ex and there would have been a falling off la the latter but for the la crease In The surplus revenues were of which i waa paid out in premiums on bonds pur Exclutivo of amounts on de V there waa in the treasury belonging to the government on June and on June the amount ot gold uiwing increased abuut The silver decreased nearly I he liibiiitiea decreased duOTg the year irom to and the rewrre being the excenj of aufea over liabilities ran aown to The tne treasury on nil aocounta were on June and ou J uue The debt lees caaU in tho treasury was on farmer and waa ou the Not counting the certificates of deposit the debt proper In the Bhape of bonds and circulating notea was reduced from to Important changea took place in the crculuting butthey were of a more favorable character than tiioae of the year There waa a gain of in the stuck of anincrease ot in that of eilver and a contraction of in toe volume of bunk resulting la an increase of in tne aggregate supply of In round numbers tbe circulation oa June consisted of of wobbled uy silver silver certificates NEW Oould hna and 000 000 of United States interest inlbH Rich national bank mon Tef mUlil rrtil way wiu pewn I ally be rtjKejautdd th j board of di H third ballot waatakeij hy fan to day tjelct tiif teond Matee eena TIHTK no day tuo Poor tt IeaiDH Hnvo Walked Twenty JHllrA tit Renrcli of u Place UuiiOrrd AtnviMl Inrilnnn In Town Sorro fo the People Tribunes special nays livery houao Iu town ia full toovsnlowing with lefugeon from the country The most intense excitement prevails in tha Battlers are prepared lo be lieve any thing about the Indifvualbecnuse of fchoir queer notions Hnvorai fiimilieb came in todny on foot a timoe of twenty miloa am Uu poor to cwu In town Rome whht leoa tonsion tr the ruoeipt ci COO guua to day from the state and the company of aolrltea will bo here tomorrow mom from Tonight iora IniiinnB ia tho but the citizens nrmed nail patrola will be out the people will olorp with thoir clothes The dalo viil bo flxeu by sotamitteo of fvud dian will bo DOiiflou thus after thnt date Siy ludlaui found in thu ii uttiTi from tbo ngevitwiil Ou Plin popu lation iatUoroujjiily nrouatiilaud oltbough are tboir ast to angry populace thire ii every unluEo he expected a large issue to A movaaieat ia on foot to have preflidcnta offer to take from rotary of the treasury JLeoiu oa condition that he buys r bonds to that and if nSpresldents succeed in thia pro they will take tho balance of the coin held in the ftl HuflraRlftt conlntiin of tho Equal Suffrage aooietr is in thia with Laura oi aa presiding A larl of prominent wo mej in among whin Helen Gougar o Suaan h of Fort Dora n Clay Miss Hawley ortScott and Ueadamea Chnee and rencd of The day was it IB orgnnizaticn and the seaalon be oontlnuud several NO CAUSE FOR Woodruff Thlulte Thoroil ho No Indian lie Sujfl thfi Reports of Tronble Hare lioon More or ae terrible abujo to which he wtia sub Port got very ugry at anil it alleged that ha swore on a number of ccaelona that he would kill the boy tor iftviug On Saturday he carried tit his Port clnimB that he wan hooting at a but who witnessed the coldblooded tat tho boy wau on the oppoaito side of IB road from the dog when Pent 8aif So Bvl of I La apji wil Uolnourt ipncial from says While ru acbno late thia after nl1 Alico and Amelia daugh the Town of Mnmlan nro No Indians Within Thirty olklnfl of the the are nil Industrious and Xroopa Beluft Hurrltid to tho commander of tho department of the accompanied by returned this moruiag from their tour inspecting the various posts of the Rnger was busy with accumulated but Woodruff says the reports oi trouble were more or lets exaggerated Regarding these reports ho eaid Some of the statements made arts par ticularly thoae reference to the living Boroodiatacca boiief that Maadntx in threatened by an Nov Itn fowc mot by WiUiiiui a tho attemptoti a tiimiual alauU While strug dng wlti iiieo Anelia 70 but the Ho wab cnpturecl Wollsr and tontofiiocily iiotel for Rftfo keeping icre confined under heavy crnvvd nuttberiiig hundreds of BU aurrajinled Iht inavi upon lynching ihti j ol JLiiljui MnigMj of BUibiy qlscteil xccutlvo Fright ci Slioh elect of i the Tii s VnuiiMi Kuan ue wisro made if M arm light nt UE Jeaet im That Ui iudiirus vcrc out cu Fur thov VVUB two reliable Krulo ludiaun iu tho hud to thj army ofUcoro that wna crnz3 among tho Indiana aoriit of tUo Kobraska from VdJcitiue givi iiHleieut origin thu Messiah CR So the Indian Since Aig ttic ludmna of llosebud huve r Hall o and It varaain In UB present coniiiiittoo oa tho jjoptt o the order a federation of all labor tie appointment of a com mittcn tu nUeiid ttio annual Favmera Al liarioo The appointment of a to to have the New York forfeit its charter to thr THK STOCK In cso jinm valuable mineral paiut fluil his been north of thin BauiploB were snnt tr the Agrioultural college at Manhattan to Secretary Kusk at The analysis proves that there ore intlilonn intb8llnd ATnoHJf tbo camples wera found that of a good quality of mineral umbro It is of n quality better than the Cana dian and not quite so as the Turkish and tha quantity is almost inex The vein is At least thirteen feet Uordnu Kltictnd 8euiktort John j Gor don was today oleoted to the United States senate to succeed Joseph The senate voted first and Gor don got 25 votes to 10 for the The house voted at 12 oclock and Gordon on the for the roll received 84 1 here were a great many changes and Gordons name swept through the house like a amidst the wildest excite ment and that the vFas g al ou few the lauiiiiEii liviug inilcf north of Vuloutine moved SimvltaQtouiily tboir noijjhborij sa to coavinca them that thtro waa da hut thoy had heard the coraplai about the ageat nud wore IILUIU to they ThqfollOiVtnfi rlinpatnlius havelmfn oeivad gitr risoa of Nebraska la ordered intotle aiid leaves today for Roselud agency to kejp the ludiajR in Y I84 horribly wan found along the rack tho Isiand and illioni one nnd ivtini i this Thorn ieuiuch A tpecia to J learnoil here tonight that tho men orhze haa atruuk tlK Indiana by Goveruor Steele returned the with hia locating the capital at Kingfisher today for correction in a few The mea aage and the bill wore referred to the committee on permanent locution of the capital and the Itcpreasion prevails thia will ead the queation for thia Commuted Kan a Swede aged commit ted aulcide yesterday by cutting hia throat with a He lived all alone uponi small farm six milea from He waa diacoyered by a neighbor to whom hrt Biiid thai he wan tired o He five hours after he It ia reported that 100 armed bucks seen crossing the railroad track in newauknn and were eu route from Turtle mountains to join the Sio Standing but Bald they were i Troops Ordered to thn from iFort Fort Fort and a pack train from Fort have been ordered out to bojd the Indiana ia check at the Pine RldiCJ and Roee Bud agencies on the JUkota They will all be in motioa be fore Troops Ordered to Fine are Umiaurl Odd grand en campment of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of Mieaquri opened ite forty third annual tecBlon us polooli morning in lodge eighth the mal i molted warn i lr uuil Tiiiirfty nirfhjHllgtitly cooler Fort and they att inc to IIP White at the fort object u departure of the troops for the thia fJ ramtics ware tanngled j Fvom paosir fount ii that Uin aume la he wan by oo cupution It is thut bo TVRS fiMilirs ru nnd fall Iteny dragged nearly a milobi fnre hreaSiK looia from the train i upocial to the JleputMa Tex Quite a coLimofiou 5iu n Bsnta Fe railroad publinhod rnptirf Houston enormous leakagu seea diecnvereU the buei ueus of tae onmnnny IB aaid to seventyfive car loada of at ned ICtfl the vero ilin ihe xat ing ordered out to the agency from Pine Kidge Indian Thoy go from the post to liushville by there siart north to thu and DUIU u onyouvjrw rw jiunun UA cotton worth of company It IB f urher roporte4 that several arreats uecn raade in Houston and I KUlcl body of Oficur Splittnaruer o Pecoa arrived here on the east licund paseenger thlo iJIiIittgarltpr left hit home on his carrying ivitti him a Winchester isnd on Saturday last hie body waa found In a up position out on the plains with the tap of hia head blown off and the Winchester in aucu a position aa to make thQirapreaeion shat hia death waa caused by the accidental diecharge of his i Scutonoed For Smith the train jobber convicted of mail rob bery when Burrows and Jackson helc up the train at waa to day sentenced by Judge Hill to imprison ment for life in the peni Ordered to Prepare for 18 were iaaued at 9 oclock tbia morning to com 0 and D of Second Uuited 8 atsa infintry at Fort Omaha to prepare for Mailo nn UANSAS 18 pretidont of tftrt Wnter w rk Biirl E ectric Lihht and proprietor of a boot iinr Bje store in and u ganeral store in iLi Kin mndo a general o itny for tUe hU His am f His oil icipul jii T tvmlj for A part of the i at Fort Huasel has been ordered t go north on the Cheyenne anc Northern aad then to Ruahville whence is will march to Piuo Seven compauioa were put un der ordera last iH Oit a K iijB A c Will la in slfRtng million cer i by thn liunksto x Warren Francia Wsrreu of governor ot Wyom was tcviliy elected to tUe 8atea aeutto the sisth in th IliB cnllengue will be ex U alao of Obey IIH rt NEW N The srmmul cruaer Maiae was euc at from tb Brmktyn vi F f ty tbouean Kutr natlona met here toda idiportance wat trsot worlrtj f No armed Tha Indians located near est to fitaadan are thirtylive milas awa On tho Cannon Ball They ar souiable whi have taken up built houses am poaiea aad wagoas ani are ia good They ar Christianized having ao faith in Aboilfrtnul and ilialikin new mnjaiah fo they aay that it lutorferca wit the pragrosa of the people and over year tli Indiana nell hundreds of thpi Hoda of pounds of beef to tha fitandin lijck receiving not only a poo price bus also some of the bee return as Now you oant con viuce me that people who have laa crops an ravenue will be at all anxioua to go t and yet they are the ones to watc whom the people of Manjlan have net During my inquiries found there wai nothing having t he ot war or indicative to In this mes sisliic Tile Indlftas say that the whites are to be but by the Christ alone aatl uid from the red A wave ia tbo Uaeii Si j griiat ar dance is harmlesn being eat to Christian that pro ceremony through which the articipanta nim to perfect themselves foj theoomiug of the MUCH ou the to the ssocittted 1recB diapatches of tonight gitrdiug the movement o large bodies troops in the Department of the Platte vltheir concentration at a point adja int totba Pine Ridge Miles aid The not publish that sort of for it will bo the Indian carnpB in less than twenty our taken ttere by here is really nothing in this except mt the troops are tent to the vicinity of ie reaervation to prevent If any and to encourage the loyal lement among the Alao to rotect the agencies which report tbe ndianaas turbulent and It as hoped that this excitement might aas without aerioua aad up to lie time no Indiana have left leir The onuses of hia threatened trouble are the entire allure of their delay of cpngreaa n making appropriations for their sup Che of NBW n the volume of business at thn stock which WHB eo marked y ester made a further progroaa and he returning dullness indicating that no material demand for stock in ucod more selling by tho ami the one ot tbe market was wanker than ii laabeen since Saturday result ng in many marked leases for the bears more aggressive ban usual ou a market of tho displayed and there was a renennl of their old Spreading reports rellecting upon financial standing of prominent firms n the street wan onetof tha The monetary situwiou waa one of the must influential in re Btrlcting buying and while money WBR more easy during the latter portion of tho its character in tho told anverely agalust It wan re ported that many banks to day took Out clearing bouse certificates and tho crlti ciams of those banks nnd lenders who were industrioualy nailing loaau yesterday was most The relief to late to have any material influ ence upon the Tho forBigii situation ottered little consolation thui morning and thn Dual cunnges are nil in the direction of lower and mall is down Central Missouri Union Paolflo Atchlaon 1aul Burlinpton Louisville find Nashville Erie Wheelluit and Lako Erie Hook Ilaud and and Union pftcb 1 per nncl othom f tioual let The firm ia composed of UaUadaa lei and Eanry To a reporter Mi the aaid The euepension of the house It duo Co thu general depreciation la tha values of tUe eo a tHist when loftcato the firm were called they had to bo although the firm hcwo what in ordinary tlmeo ivould be amply aulllcieut resourtipa for borrowing Prom iv examination of tlie flrmB book to ran tboiv Hnbili tien will amount to about or por liapa They hold such good oecur Ins that if the markot improviSB they ill bo nble to pay all thia indebtedneeu nd have a handacnia uurplua A till ntatemntt of tha auBOt and llabilitiei ill not ba ready for several and the subsequent delay in get Ing supplies to resulting in their jeing brought to the verge of ad worked into a They are get ing their rations now and possibly the may bo bridged How BHK GOT Widow Lnitled for And fought a John a wellknown and wealthy druggist got Into trouble lately y introducing Haggle Brad a hotel hia The who waa madly in love with inalated that such action constituted a common law and on Scuuetz refusing to recognize it as she took the matter iito tbe Bchuetz consulted an attorney and found hia case hopeless He therefore surrendered Isat night ant waa formally married to the Murder mystery surrounding the death of Dorninico Mtz whose dead body waa found on Pacifl avenue last waa cleared awa by an Italian named Joe inform Ing the chief that Uazl hat been astauled by a tiesorupriudor aleo an and knocke neoloufl by a blow from a When fhe pokpBtrator of the crlmo dlscovero that Muzi he dfguiteJ himeo ami fled from the The namo of th murderer ia but the author tira will atreououa elf or a to Ic It ia believed tbe killiuR wag th result of a feud which hid IU i vigin the old for e HltNirly Attaoka aud Uonuy a editor f the Universal haa an article in publleiitiou on the Stanley contio eray which baa attracted much atton Quilter says he IB especially nformed that Jamesong diary rlvate letters were placed in a box by tonny utter Jamesons and that tie box after being sealed up by ionny waa confided to nstead of forwarding tbe box to amesono Stanley broke the opened the box and retained tbn aperu in mi only parting vith them after repeated acludlug a letter from a lawyer acting or The family com menced legal wherefore Stanley delivered the to the care of he European bank from where they were received by the Stanley made extracts from the diary before handing t over to the Stanley never have dared to mako such statements rjnleia he had been assured hat Bonny would confirm ie was tbe paid get rant of A Oarelem In pull iig out hia gloves from hia overcoat pocket while walking along Main at 10 oclock thU BheriiT Bean chBtnpa pistol wag accidentally dis charged iu tbe pocket and the balutruek Lloyd A a prominent ycung tnaa of in tbe calf cf the right penetrating tbe and bone and lodging in Kudkn eighty feet The attending physician thinks Smith will Will fund by NBW 18 Associated Preaa learaa through OConnor and tbe Irian envoys are firmly resolved to etand by tbe lead onhlp of They think thin course dictated not merely by gratitude for InrQoH0 imperiatmbleetrvicraln thn the conviction that hta erehip in absolutely eeaeatlal to the aue of their movements who fatally ihot Charlej a 10 yearold orpnan ou WM arrested tbia evening on the charge of Toe boy wae once in tbe employ ol but left itim becaoiaot llllnall The niiembly of the Mutual Aaaoolation mot In tbia city thia with about 800 delegates pres lean 18 The bouee committee met to day and adopted a reaolutlon proTidlag lune ot i W ;

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