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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                V HTJTCHINSON THURSDAY NOVEMBER THE Jay Gould Saya It is Vory Bad Disouso to Huvo Awl If He Ever firsts U He Wants 1o lie Siiit to nn some time and becoming insanely des determined upon the act ho committed He wont into tbe bedroom where bin wife was sitting with their infant child in her lie drew his pistol and fired two shots at neither taking bhe lied from tho houso to the bluff with her babe in her hsr husband When aha MILES5 Ono of tho Grottiest Movomoxito iu reached the edge of the bluff bo hurled her over the Then ho tied tack to j tho house and tthot himself twice in the Hia death resulted early this Boyl atid her babe j nt Mud iiml JLine Kiilsr Completely hy nlaiirif ul Wnll hlroet u Trltw Obflcxvatlim Colicernlun Uio j CBpod BeVOfO Rernnt AitloiiBiif Bnllirny Mnnj j Thlnka the Tunic in i tennlonn win ivontuaiiy ProTe Houe have i granted citizens of JfanaaB as folj companys lease with the Indians was not He bised his refusal on the government claim that the Indians could not lease their This suit ia ex pected to determine tho validity of the companys Then the company i will sue the Uaitoci States government I for loasea sustained in the premature I marketing besides If the loss of two years profits j on business denied by the i which ordered them from the Strip that length of time before the expiration of him ply I their Tha claim on tho govern fur urd sklnnTim raent will amount to threo or four million CROOKED Methods liy Which Kansas Olty Workmen Were uvcatlgntlut tho lionks ol tiio fnnct Artlctans Mutual and Loan Aqg Kitpltl Rml Must of MlocMio Keipoi 6t Nisw the annual meeting of the PiicSlio Mail directors to day George Gould elected president and Gould and Itusucll were ApJwed in the i lu with the Jact baa again gained control of the Pacific an evening paper states that during the recent heavy depreciation in Gould has secured large holdings of Union Santa Fe and Richmond terminal The same paper says Gould will be represented hereafter on tho boards of directors of all these An interview with Jay QrmUl pub lished iu Stockholder this is He is quoted UB follows Good will come cut of the present de Some railroad managers will not feel as big UB they did few moutha I have noticed mellowing al ready on the part of a few of The biKhead is a tarriMo and if I ever gut I hope my friends will put mo in nn The managers of railroads should feel luumselveB respon sible to tSie board ami and will iu tho future assert their rights in a way that correct tho evils from which they sufTerotf tbe past few yearn THE BTOUK A Sharp Decllui ti the Ofr of FitlHO lluiiiorrt Kroiu low B Clydu Altamont Ananias Brainaru George Pittsburg t MftHBlnff or n BlarytlouH Ilrtcc uf Military CJonriiu Fully Ap proved hy the ItosEBui When Indians oti tain and the Pino i It is tho general belief that thu Cherokee nationul treasury will supply tho f unda for thin lit Otuncll The Ridge agency wake up tomorrow morn ing they wiiflud tbemaelvasBiimmndod j iiun iu Yesterday jmorningtho ctnleiatoa wore driven over for two Isaac Oswogo George By by tbe strongest body ot Tailed 3tateB I tbe oU anfl in thfl National Military Home j troops which hau mustered in the Tho Oootl Olnou i aitico the defeat of It Edmond Warren Clrcievilic I cnn bt that if gome unfortunate Jacob Nationul Military Ilomfc j act 011 the part of soldier cloea not Thomas Riverdalo William add to tha excitoment of the rad skins I el ver smelters and coal The first ses sion wau Tuesday when In the eva uing given UofEeyviile Josiali tho threutnued uprising will never I Otego William Schenkenbergen Sedg It has now wick Udwurd Concordia Miioi hns Washington George Ire iist Topeka David Holtoninow arriving beoouin net for tht troops from most of tlio Walter Ingrarui pcstfl n thy Small an elatiorato banquet by tho PiUsburg Commercial To day the number of iriaia I delegates was increased by new among thorn being of the Josiah 2oo Joseph iall Rivor Lewis Osawatomic John Mount Olivet Klijab liigo Linas Kinsley James Byors Fulton Krlward Fowler City David Vinlaiii Charles Mirwin Stafford George Center Oenar Castletau Qiiwela James John John 1 Mia j have bactx moving hi thin tlio three and iho wUolo AM been 50 cjuieUy doae that not 11 word uf wnrning haa thn Tliis great will I1 known to liiaory masterpiece c strategic Indian Although not gun has fired during tno whole trouble the quick oT iho urmy quiet the I over the I would bn impossible for itio Indiiicb TO mount and otiirt oat up ao The couveution was iu nea Bion all clay to engaged in the dig of many interesting OfiS cers wers thi ensuing ynsr follows Sacretiivv The i 01 ntioii than Becirfllary Vnlier tihovt Pomn or hi Hln AouauntKHn tlwu Sttlavy for an ludeflulto Period in Tlctttloua to Blmselr AiuouutlnK to Near ly Home of Knumu Hent on th lliartf of envoys in this country would not issue A manifesto on the attitude of the Irish party toward but allow thorn to reiterate tho testlments already that they will support noil under all and urge him to continue hm We will probably cable a message to Parnell himself to this added In reference to the eentence sii months imprisonmeut npon OBrien and VS two I ounipluJsiy in h2 possession of th completely in thru ac oven aalusss will fursiiah tKii ii cute so iijian night thorc were cabled to London alarming which had been current heie during tho about certain largo and influential houses on the street being in financial I trouble and predicting further failures j anfi a gloomy outbreak reilected back hero sthe thape of rumora that large houses In London were on the vergp of bankruptcy and as the effect of the nights cables were seek ii London market iu a panicky feeling and sharp losses in American and this mar ket was opened from 1 to ner j lower than last nightd That the circulatpra of the rumors stood ready to take advantage of tho situation created by thevfalse waa proved by demand for Blocks all along the at the and the low est prices of tho day were reached dur ing tho flrat five while only a ttonke wen below the opening fig It was announced that the Pacific Mail people had surrendered and that would become president of tbe The market had no more than opened here when private advicea from London came denying the otorioi uent and the posting of a notice by the Bank of England that it would not call loans created a materially feeling and which was soa reflected here in purchases by foreign and the cessation of tho by arbitrage The upward iniseil only with thecloaeo and the flnnl prices were as a ruin the best of the the balng aai Tn e final changes aro quite but the advances are largely in the and the losses shown ore very Run thn morniag the doors of tbo Uoward Savings They were depositors WMtiug for the bank to open in order to draw out their All the forenoon the run on the bank continued and the money was paid out BB fast aa the clerk could handle Prenidnnt Frelinghuyseu said omphaticiilly that tho bank was abundantly able to pay overy depositor in and still have He said that h thought the run was caused by reoeat financial CloiUrt Coinfy paper oa ilow AceuuntB west this morning autl was allows These I Make Annual with Coun1 the following telegrini to this mothinu m Itv was read PaUfr GENERAL of Harper iatfiriTB hnnuRo In A OF or tne A paper oa by Duiikin of Bedgwlck Patterson of Harper county was elected president for Ihe ensuing Atkinson of was aside secretary and Adjourned to raent tho third Tuesday rt Fort the pre idont und major ganoral commanding the recuived yosterday with ac oomgauying doRuinouta and touiipartment commander itl T2e rapoite today are of the same threatening tenor from Piao Kiiige to iliya ratunr that tUe divings onk was a Tha links Ispositcrs are argp o the MghAst Ho aiU Oarruans cf the cHiO oC aiid POOH the I of tha ijntitutioii were bosiegeri j with orowJs of excite people anxioun to Jriiw ou1 their deposits before tho oollajise Thp swelled to u or more J and though oieh ouo as iio stepped np isceived money they became eo riotous thii a squad of police had to be called c preserve President the close cf the day said ibout had bsen paid Quinlird said the Jjauk WHB al lie showed tha Tha bunk had a urpluB of Tftflra waa subjost to nny time the assets te lire duo weeks hard work on the Jiooka ft the ile Artioana Mutual Building and Loan Kecolver Clarke has reached figures showing approximately the real condition of Iu hia re port ba statefi a shortage has been found the accounts of who hna hail yhargo the concerns amounting to between and A very irregular and peoullar method i bookkeeping was also clia Vlcticlous entries weo made to taaks ths ajacciatiou appear prouper when it was in reality were also Tha report further Btatas nuc retary has paid hlmaplf i salary the of per month for an indefinite porlod 5n Outing the year he paid dnritic Hie year I am unable to tun report oou aseta to tho asso with the of five three on real estato of doubt ful amounting to two upon Btock certificates amounting to about f utilise we are to take into consider ation the socalled fictitious loans by tha secretary to himself upon utock taken amounting to nearly Ouo peculiar circumstance is the unanimity with which the directors with drew their stock as late as October when it must haa been apparent that the association svaa It is also remarkable that no word of warning was given by the officers or dlroctora to tho The laol of directors elected wero M Pink uey and These uiun among tho best known buemofiB wim in Psifer was alsosaaretury tip Com juionwealth Building and Loan Aesocia said it was just what bothaftatlemen ex The party Would not appeal from the sentence unless it might be ti gain They will serve the Bentemd imposed upoc them soon as they turn to TNnt nit IBnooli Arden dad to a wife desertion came to light Just twentyone years ago and Patrick Buckley resided at One morning Buckley left the breakfast table to answer a knock at the HP did not return to the and he disap peared from the family and town as if the earth had closed over Dlligont search was made for but ho could not bo Ever since his wife has had to battle with life 8ho has always boon regarded as a wid 8he grew tired of living at and returned to Two days ago Buckley was startled to receive call from the husband who had deserted hor and whom she has all along mourne as He entered the humble abode if ho owned and would Rive no satis factory explanatif n na to his absence of twentyone mainly for the reason that tho old man is partly Ho treated the matter as something of it joki and aald ho had como back homo to Buckley didnt regard his assertion as a laughing but aho gave his and thoii told him to go nhift for Later the police took the old man and today Steward Magee took him to the poo where ho will probably vaumiu to zuuiinate over tha Juilire of hia Buckley ia not dispose to bo Benjineutiil in reference to 8ho haa him up shift less und min nete ijipurutiun by Ho was Biiccueded net long since by who states that au umintiilou of baokn showod a shortage of Peifer wan ordered od tha amount ho KI jrtpa 1Vank thts Joui his valuable property by fire the at about 11 ihat agency and Keseoud ic glre prol a large amount of corn and other valuables were stored awsy in the all of which were Also a large number of valuable Prop erty valued at and the furniture and other valuables f i It is believed any other couret tcno may precipitate Thus far uo i 0 oclock crowd had assembled Settling up Ilarluff Timeseaye JSo bills drawn on Baring after last Sat by will be accept but all drawn previously will be rec The Bank of England is prac Ically In charge of the Barings t IB probable the firm will be resusci with fresh The bank is harging a high rate of discount to pre ent an inrush of an e The fire had been in progress some time before it was Ths origin of the liip is supposed to havo been a defective Uichwines personal JOBS is Kanuay have been granted to Kansas invontora au fol lows Samuel Charlea surface cultivator James assignor of onehalf to Washing Bheare for dehorning Samuel meat ten mail indica tor and advertising Magnus Fort endless chain Nuilnual to tho convention today Indians have been reported as having left their reservation with hostile Please inform mo if this course is ap proved by the major general conimand iag the Mi In reply to tho above Sauo lield today sent the following dispatch jo Miles approve of the meaa wanted fOil6rHtiji witii either the epnblicaus 1AiuitirB othotfi waut a rew They declarnii thnmselvoa in favor av free uotuago of the Au 1 strahan syetern of the enforce Sauoj ment of eighthour law in post offices dispatch and with letter and urged ipoa congress to pace the postal telegraph the eighthour the alien work urea you have taken m sending troops to Koee Bud ami Pino Ridge and man and the Hbur 1 aho of your propobed efforts while giving now neneBaary protection to tho agencies and restraining as far as possible the turliu lent Bible to au outbreak avoid if or any poss hostilities for the pre8ent uni tUed vincing season and further Louisi gisvi m Fellows t Mipsourl elected ortioera shall make the operation of the troops i of more surely with lees danger to grand surrounding Tlie cavalry graud senior warden and artillery at Fort Biley and ail other Kansas grand high priest Mun available will be plucoil under grand Junior warden your orders if tho fweins to I grant ucnbo fid require i tlllSK HP THE Ihu Au intvxptirloiittod AK Riuanred Indtau man just arrived from Mandan Bays thi In dian excitement has Rrsatly Governor MiUer ordered tht adjutant ward grand urer tepreaent atlve to grand Clsvnlaml masterThosnas Jones died thin morning of injurios received Monday night by basement of a new build visited Indian where it ia pro to Bismarck made preuara He was n brother to LuiteJ Statew HflBftn eii hi i uH i e r r t posed to establish an inebriate under the auspices of the The site and n nucleus fund were offered tious and ammunition in order to call out I the national by the The famoua j 1ho dPBertion of hla pout ot and ills alaiinsil thty furnish a auro vhe agent of the interior department off cure for the whisky The conven tion adjourned Ibston was many ypars promluont in local Tho Paulo iu stock exchange to day was the prey of none of were founded ou It will be if todayB consternation is it followed by a sharp There ia othing in the monetary situation to ausp uneasiness and there is every ap arance that the subacute panic is Attempted Murder nud attempted to mucder his wife and then committed sui Boyd lived in a shanty on the top P a high blufl at Twelfth and Jefferson He had been out of work chosen as tho jl lit Democrat of this city has gone to the wall owing to disagreements among its owners and those who had leased the The legislature passed in the lower house the school the bill creatina territorial officers and a bill for the pro tection of witnesses and lurors BU Wumeu iK Luy Heloicat Methodist the Plan coupled with i fact that there is coaBideralile excite i churches ot this city voted this evening f of meeting mont among certain Indians on all the I agencies has been tho main cause ol the excitement and talk about an Indian up rising being The agent in question was Pine Uidge agency about six months ago with foes and Ssea and Jurors to The Begiatem of The State Register of Deeds association met here and after discussing the work in a general Rusk of was elected president for ensuing year and Bear of secretary and Adjourned to meet at Bcott on tha third Tuesday or on the question tif ulmitting women into conferences ag lay Slight m tereat was taken and less than a half of the voting membership cast The voting resulted For the no experience in dealing with The agent was entirely unequal to i handling the refractory who crazed with the religious The port sent out from here tint peqple are leaving their homes and that a geneial uprising of Inrtiins irnniiiientar with out of a Prominent Hun OSAOK Miller died of heart disease The deceased was the wife of Mil one of the most prominent business men ia thU part of the Tho Ciiernken ixiupnuy Millrt thB KANSAS The Cherokee j Strip Live Stock Association has deter mined to commence proceedings against the United States for the lattera action in forcing the cattlemen to vacate the Cherokee Strip before the ex piration of the lease with thu The first Htep in these proceedings will be taken when the company will bring suit against one of the companys tenants who declined to pay last years rent on the ground that the OYmrgeH uf Bribery to lie Jnv KANSAU resolution providing for an investigation Into char Beg of accepting brihaa made agitintit several of members of the city couu ell passed both houses of the council to The investigation will be com menced ou Deu and will be con ducted by both houtifB in joint ftllver PaichateM fiuded for director of the mint to day announced that the treasury department having purchased during tbe current month ounces of thn amount authorized hy un further purchases would be made until December Weather un til 8 Kansas Fair Friday night warmer becoming 318 Chnriar at was orgnu zedla the past few outnf the largest corporations in tn line In the TLB charter WUB filed in Springfield today and the name of the rew company will lift known aa tho American Harvester for the manufacture of harvesting machine with a eapitai stock of The directors yf the new company will be Cyrus Walter Lewis Congei The piirpoae of the new company ia building of harvesting uaid The present demor alization of tho busiueHH necessitated tho formation of a new 1 cau re call over eighty different companies en gaged in the business which have entirely JOBS upon laboring men and and others of between thirtyflvo and forty million dol While some companies have been the general condition of thn business was such that it beoomn neces sary tu givu the farmer better machinery at lower prices if For several years the manufactuifrj have been uelliug machines at HO low a pri e to give them no fair coinpenBa tlon or There Is no intention to TliBfiRI THE Five Out tlio i Unneiit KAMEAIJ the aiiarft GilliB oiiirs houw was heui up by footpads last night at the n Fiftoenth and Prospect Mr Viquoaney hiid juutaiighteii fiom t itfa poctsivonue horse car at oclock nud walked across to the north of to toko R oabUi Cu whun iivo inuii emerged from bohind liuilrtiiif at the corner and surrounded Oho draw u revolver on him and two hie While tho remaining two prepared to BBarch hiu Viqueanoy IB a ctonemaaou by trndo and a powerful i lie nnsily brushed oil the two who I tried to hold hii and with n blow right from the shoulder knocked the man who held the revolver right into the gut picking up the ilrearm quickly pcutted it at the He gavo them two minutes to A fow acc ondBvasal tlioy They Wnut u Kuvumlble Natlonui Transportation composed of delegates from votioua boards of tradn tbe met here to The car servicA of the vailroadn was rtls the price of the We do uot expect to check but shall probably carry on the manufacture of the present machines at thece different WorlUa congressional committee to make inquiry andreportnn the progress madeand the methods used iu forwarding the worlds concluded its work today and adjourned sine The plan of Olmetead for the loca tion of the wain exhibit at Jackson Park waa substantially endorsed by the com The board of lady managers of the Worlds Columbian Exposition met here this President Palmer of the national commission welcomed tbe mem and iu the courue of his remarks he called attention to the fact that this was the first time in the history of the nation in which women have been fully recognized by the government in the administration of the great public and added that the action of con greas In paesing the worlds fair bill with that feature in it had met with the gen eral approval of tho Theu body agreed to the formation of a temper ary which resulted in thH selection of Felton of for temporary ond Hits Cora Payne of temporary sec Knilorud wu seeu this afternoon by Associated Be mid tharthe Irish aud a pau wus adopted providing tho should fix the time o be consumed in transporting freight Irom one point to another and requiring railroad carrier to iay shippers or consignees n demurrage of at least ono dollar a day for time In of specified This was deemed more than fair to the snipper inasmuch aa railroad ex act demurrage at that rate per day for tailuro consignees to remove their freight within fortyeight hours after its The plan was submitted to the executive committee of the association with the instruction to submit it to the proper ijongrenaional committee at as an early rlafe as The tioQ will hold its next meeting iu Febru in Will HtBiid hy the Irish in an interview yester day said he regarded the attack of the tory nBwapapero of fiondon against Par nell as beneath For the past ten years the same papers bad attempted to assail Parnells not in the least from any motive of public but on account of his unrivaled leader All QShea matter creature OBrien knew of the was that OShea is a who Is capable of Thiy Aireot Dillon und OBrien in answer ty iv tlon aa to the leadetdlilp of the Irish party agreed that a change in leadership at this time would bo a dis Tuny they continue to support They said sentence to six months in Jail pro nounced to day would effect neither their stay in this country nor their return union Hud Oilrlen Clonemei today Dillon and among the defendants in the noted conspiracy were sentenced to six months In True to At a meeting of the Irish mombenof parliament it was unanimously dutermlued to remain true   

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