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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 23, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSQN VOJU SUNDAY NOVEMBER KOCHS from the Orest of Applause Into tho rrcuffh of Con The tienoral Public Had Expected Too Mncli it llns Bonn VTlia Hurt Been the First to fall at UlH Feet HiV Itret to Cry Stuno New OiuunmpUoii Ouro pom Not Ml the Expectation ut the Although the DoctorB Still leipro Faith In Copyrighted 1890 by the New York Associated The bestowal by 15 aiporor William of thegrarid croas ol thn order of the Rod Eagle on Profeasor Koch was gazotted This is the 11 rut time that this decojration has been bostowed upon any one did not possess the preceding clftiioea of the Though conOdence in the ultimate Value of Professor discovery does not public disappointment over the immediate results of the treatment grjwa Professor Kochs Lovy and Carnal nnd others esti mate the total number of oases treated at about Tho greater numbnr of thorn are ouflitiriDgfrometterlortubernu loaia and There were lew caws of tuberculosis in the The ospertu 070 beginning concur iu the opinion cure of this disease by the m Professor Koch responsibility for the statement put in nis muth re garding his ra blames tho press for vuiaiug hoisa of instant baaeiH iu every frri of tuber Hiieiakmg in the Medioi newto rofeieil to the iiubsi dence of the but defended Koch agiiusstae charge of preicu turely puliliauinK bis snidjOiily nunsunted to the dla clojurM already rande ut the roquoat of Mimuter Vou Oosalir eoverul of his medlcul Levy and Svsryouo in continued after the passage of the new tariff and this canoed somebody to suggestthat the demand could be easily met by importlog the soil and raising the vegetables in this Tbe unrah mud camo under the classification of unmanufactured earth and a duty was levied thnreon to the tune of one dollar and a half per THE FAIH Stepn Taken to UnrmoDlze iho Conimtnitloli and tlia looal 22 worlds fair commiSBion took a meat important stop today looking toward hnrmoDy nnd tho prevention of tho promised deadlock be twcon tbe uornmiasion and the locul di Upon the motion of Judge Lindsay the whole question of the ostab Hshment of a aaci the abolition of standing committees was referred to the special conference committee of eight U was this commltte that yesterday drew up the pipers on the powers ot the local and national whidh thtjaat cnedto bring tho whoo question of Jur isdiction before or the attorney Another important matter wan tha decision of the question whether or not money awarus should be granted to The live stock men wore de manding substantial awards iu and threatuulngnotto make an exhibit un leiiB their rtemandu were complied in Hi THE SLY OLD SIOUX Sitting Bull Says He Has Stopped the Ghost Danoo And AlHO Informs Agent McLiuiRhlln Tliat He Will Soon he Down Uter at thi of Pierre to settlera are becom ing much alarmed and are leav ing most of their possessions behind They aro coming into the large such as Ellen Pierre and in large At the latter point there aettffls to be tho most excitement und Governor ftlellette has gone there to night with a largo supply of arms and hoping thereby to quiet the Telegrams were received by him this afternoon from Hyde and Mandan also ceveral points in the Black ntj Baying great alarm was felt and Kcw FruRrnMcqu i for aSBistanoe i Change in Lho MUimttoo at thi 1lnn Hldgo nntl Xluan Bud Tho War Uopiirtraont hull Mngslug Troopn la the Ml ludinn Sow PruRrnMnqu I for aHen I Other dispatches from commanders at Sully this afternoon say Standing Hock special via Major Rutsuli of Uotiuced a resolution that the Iocs couBclenco his protest against the sensational anticipation garding tho results of rho Protussor otoilwtie of thf Vienca uni ttddrissing advised them tV be cautfuus iu but oiuy witti Koch has of the cure of lupus hda been it linn not been asiisn tificdlty Unit lupiii arises from thesamt biooilus that is assORidtnd luag A proLuinenl iMithontj on it will taka fully rt year freqiient treatment under rtuiil at conditions to enable ono to form reliable opinion as to curability of consumption either in advanced or bus worked for Boveral months Kooha He belioves the remedy promises results in of extarail ulthough he says velapaes must bo guarded Suyoky of tho mediail society of which hitn hero to investi deulareB even tha oure of external tuberculosis by the new pvanuBS is uu while he seos no grounds for bs worthing i lieving that it will euro tondiimption in any of Vienna nflhius the beneiit of thoremBdy fortuboronleiiaof thcskiu and but does not balievo that it rectory bo asked tnuppropriatti for slock Thia was car ried and immediately thu report of a jorjt committee oil awards waa intro Thin report did not fcvor monsy but ineduls aud certill cfttea Btiuuld be This report laid over for Tho medals wore disposed of only eiicr it a more complicated and taut Wiat lire tho lady managers here forV1 This query citno about through the TdqiMiBi of Oommlsaionttr chairman of a w hioh had liacn appointed to confer with tbe turuaso had tn Idea of what bo should the nor hud any other of the cominisHioners to whom the mutter was For fif teen miiiuteu the gentlemen llound ered about in a etia of un certainty and then ungallanlly ashore ou a motion to lay the ter on Iho Everybody has today climbed upon the beach and tho ladies were left to settle the mutter to suit Tho judiciary committee reported that in its opinion the salaries of the nillcers ot the commission were uottoo Heilltled Stand Tnktiu by Hio Chicago di rectory of the worlds fair took a dtoided ctiijd iu tho controversy with powers of Use two Tho position of the Chicago organization IB diclsrod a i be that tho direction of the wori or preparing grounds put up and the jiob employed are entirely within ho control tit the board und are to any order or direction of tti8 nor any of its officials or has the commiseioa a legal right to exorcise any general or other supervision over the of qrjshe expenditure of money necessarily connected eicapt to require that such building shall constructed in accordance with the plans and specifications The ciipitnl of tho worldsfair corporation is not sub visit to Sitting Bulls wunp laiit Sunday j has hud the effect of for tinib at the dances held in tion with the meaaioh McLEugh Hn received a letter from Bitting Bull ycii terday and says Jm lias tnlinn IUB friends advico aud stopped tho Ho regards tia the iieit Mead he he followed his aavico he iiuvur a Bulid child ia very sick or would come to agency today to draw He nopes to sea Ilia frioud MoLaugUliu nu soon as the child Bulls lc lowors are growing less tho tiue ana that Utacouripes tliu old Tne thinks tliera ift no probability of trouble UtitlitK Indian war partineut nun authorized the number of Indian scontu in tho division of the Dakotatobiincreased by 500 They will bn selected from among tho Indian police and other disciplined Indians in the The law limits the ol Indian iicnuts to and the rt Milt of this order will be to plaoe most of them Btthw of tho threatened Bchoflald thia afternoon said that ovary hoar that passed without au outbreak brightened the prospect of a peaceful oi the pending no very deflnlte idea could bs iovmed of the extent of the among the lie had reason to believe that the majority would at preaont ttiid may not bv this wiater or j be found ou a side cf peace aud gooi1 He is orps mukcs werkitig hard wHs i of able aiiuhtautdj Secretaries Ircctor woro in strong TgUiBONU i consultatioi1 tho situation this I aftorntifiii wh Wi3 who has tin tho subject about thecraze talks convinces afternoon wh ilia who them tnerou ao reason for ihoir j manifested Much interest in tho The rostof the about lia cai It was tbat two regiments of draw twiiy from Bull by agent ia vary BUCCJBstui ia methoj Indians away from the ieopleontheeaBt Bkioof the river are ilseing for their lives and no in pur iho excltsaieut isi all of a maBaacre forty miles loutti of s e usacy are to w ij Crowder und with rtbunilanco of ammuuluouattd raliofi for six cross tha river uarly totnorrow morning to make ti tour of the country said to i9 infested by The refiseed to dellvtr ratlonb to tho Equuws unless tbu bucku were XMOU PINE UIDOff Knuuierutoc 7 tunba Will bo a j JJea from Piae Ridgo pays Enumerator Leo iirrivod here thie JTiorning frooi a trip through the tucrodiirtant portions of the receut rener His snys thiit not a doubt exists but that the riaiicus will precipitate ii nghl wittiii a very Tha ant navalry uo mce to Pine Rid0efoii tnd New Dlnpatohes at tha war de parrment uiornint from MilPE W effect lliat ilia snperatlon ol ir frioudlv UBI tho turbnlen Indiaud is ovonoedinn rapidly at Pino Geni Brcoko who is mutters cloasly auticipatos no Ini mediate und thinks that the ceparntlun will niake easier tho task of ioutrriining turbulent Indians from any overt TflezrauiB have also beeu received coisfirining tho reports the mssjiab criizs is rapidly extend iup in the north nnd acrosi the Oannda ardprths operation of Sitting Bulls will evor heal tue lungiuberculoaiB Pro Hssora and I in theirlatest conflrra the opinion that the iBJectiona do not materially check advanced how check early but the bacilli may revive and nunfect tae The opinions of a number o other ex AustrKn and all of the same are becoming and tone dowa the excited public expec Nil rainy Eugliah or Americana have coaio for A number of patients havi already on the urgent advice of the physi 11 cians not to riuk the severity of a but to wait tbe UBB of the remeoy f better climatic Pa LtieutSknho are crowding the hospital I justly complaitt of the suspaasion of I their owing to the alleged Ii want of hav ing private have got supplies and I i charge from twentyfive to 100 marks for I a single while patients on 1 whom experiments are tried are lying in I f the charity Their treatment has been interrupts and they threaten to become Lenalor and Gerhartd urge upon Koch the Bp edy sban doomsnt of his secrasy regarding the na ture of the Koch will prosecute a series o experiments with a view of discovering remedies for scarlet ty phus other The details received regarding the Tail way murder at show thai the train left Lemiczn station al the pa39engets save the murderers ant thoir victims had qulted tho compartment ject in any manner to the control of the commissloa or of itn odcam or Kannati 22 ChartarB have been filed in the offlce of the secretary of Btie as follows The Oemetnry associa of Miami Directors Kel Oar Capital The Central and Galvee ton Itiiilroad the headquarters f which shall be at Rice Ttte railroad company proposes to con struct a line of railroad and telegraph from Oinana to estimated at 100 miles in passing through the following Kansas counties Ells Harper and The di rectors are Valdemar Newberger and New York oify Alonzo Lyons Capital stock tiers on the border of he he ire flying out and are fairly wild Brooke WiiB receiving scouisand giving orders uoarly the He I is vary but it 19 plain he 15 thoroughly worked and much tioubled over the criaia whith he says in only o few days Lang 0110 ot the ghost hub shown himsolf it the unfi IB siiixioui to talk with Ho is the lirst of the fanatics who lias had Che boldness to enter the The general aaid he would hear what Bull had to eay later in the Ornat numbers of f tienuly are j constantly arriving at the I Indian Agent Royer received tho fol lowing enuBaiionai commuuicatlon from little tho high priest of the Fl Com raisRioncT BMfilias received tha followin Diukineon at th Clrefllf Iiower Brale Indian agency Indiana t Crow Ireek anc Lower are nuoer good coutrj Have hrtd throo laaders from our reeer vntlon unr nrreat at Crow Creek nn hem under o good ndian police are cleat protection UiidorprosentoondiMonc I iBsuanopaaiinsand noludinuH rom this tioj far tin poiina AN EXCITING eputy Shorifft Bun Down Two Missouri orn MnUory Gieat Bend and laudis of Tnrn Kunnlnx Flglit With Two Horse Followed by a Kerry f ipturo of tho One OHluor Covorn 1 With IID Empty WlnehoHter WlHlo thn Othnr DlaHruiii Other GKBAT 28 Frank Wilson of this nd his havo boon doing some neat work recently in horse nnd cattle Their first arrest was hat of one OBrien for stealing wheat Iu lussell and his arrent led to the sapture of Roburt Whitton who was wanted iu Dickinson county fur stealing About this time a telegram was received from tlie HhenfE o Oiborne couuty requesting the arrest aud deten ion of William and Uharles Shafor who were heading for Indian Tenitory wiln lerses stolen n Deputy sheriff Tom Mallory of thin ounty started a Ho was joined at John by county tronsnrer of toffjrd who is an old About thrso miles east of John the ulcers struck the trail of the thieves and followed it during the entire right for u distance of thirtyfive K irly morning the thieves weru Ou the approach of tha officers they were coveied by slid deeming it unwise to make an ou tho puny tv flink movement was which com pelled the enemy to abandon everything two which they uohar essed and A running fighl then began lasted while the parties moved about twenty Fro quent shots were no one After their hordes uboin run down the thieves to Deputy Mallory held them up with an empty inchester while LandU rn moved thoir Too property wa 11 rscovpred and Is now in the possession of Bheriff Wilson and will brf turned over on payment of the reward of fered for the Tne Shafers are old Missouri each hoving served in the penitentiary nf that state They have been operating with a gang o thieves whose headquarters nra at BVUIKO KaneaH have been granted citizens of Kansas as fol lows Lawrence John National Military Home fiorge Qulntle Nelson JM The murderers threw a quvntity Gardner John Denison poisoned Innoct powders in the eyes the victims and dlsoatcned one with B Paola Ashe host Jane LittleWound tys he underatands the soldiers arecom ig on What are they iming forV We hive done noth Our dance ia a religious We are going to dance until the If we find that OhrlBt loes not we will stop but not in he troops or no We hall start a dance on thin creek Medi cine Root fifty miles north of lno Agency camp in the morn I have also understood that 1 wa not to be recognized as the chief any AU that I have to say ia that yflu nor the white people made me chief and you cannot hrow ma away as you please but tell your Itoyer that by them 1 will bo recognized as long as I I hdva also been told that you intended to stop our rations and for my part I dont Whit little rations wo get dont amount to anything if such pleasi send me word so that me and my people will be saved the trouble of going to the We dont intend to stop danc t TIMK If OK The Indians Have stopped the Ghost Daucc to iraw Indian scaro in this section is and the Indians are all quiet and accept rations Sitting Bull saya he has lost Pretty Im faith m new Inquiry among those who have assembled for their ra tlous reveals the fact that Bitting Bull Indian uprising IP sot untlcipatcj Mo Canadian north although ugly The nioutitca polico numbers mtn and ia of quelliug any A patrol is being inamttined along the prEsiilcntaiid jeueral tho Paul and Kansas has telegraphed Dea so B Tribune apfioial an uonboinK that the plan of extending his road tn Omaha will bn abandoned for the Thereterl diaturbauce in financial matters in tbe he has caused a depreasioniu railroad securities to such an extent that tt will bo impossible to oh tain money to construct any new lluea in the near idoubled edned hunting while Rieseville Andruw other was killed with blows with a life Carson Plain William 1 Ftte bodies thrown wiintenton William Topeka of ihe carrtigiund the murderers sprang 1 off tha train as it was slowing up a before reanhlng Pniewo AnnwiBtlon by the tbe imports at this port Monday were three barrels of marsh It is to be used i ft and it ia to bring the firm of commission which dared to detach t from The popular demand c vegetable raised in Nova Sootia toll Jfimes Oolumbns Jumes Uif Plttsburp Ohistlan Cher ryvale John Turon James Marshall Marion Chatham Thayer Weather un til 8 Kansas till Monay night warmer winds becom ing has now only about nine or ten His loss of power is attributed to the fail ure of the ineseiahto appear when prom A dispatch from Governor Mellettee of Houth Dakota to fficials in Bismarck says thero is no foundation to the that the Indians are crossing the river Into Campbell and that upon in vertigatlon all rnmors of the outbreaks in South Dakota are found to he ground The greatest danger now is be lieved to be at Pine Rid go and other All along Jorry at people assembled in this city to ratify the success of the Peoples Jerry congressmanelect from the Seventh spoke f two and one half hours to one of the largest gath erings ever held In Jackson Much enthusiasm was the speaker being frequently interrupted by Simpson being an old resident of thia having lived here Borne six years received a warm re ception and hearty congratulations over his Harvard Yale at Harvard eleven defeated the Yule team here this afternoon by a tcora of 18 to in one of the most brilliant games In the history of Both teams played like and for the first half neither was able to In the second half Harvard forced the winning her two touch downs in the fl et half of The Yile men fought like fiends the ret of the but toe CriuiBOoft dogaed defense bed them to oue touch Ifrital AcoUlont Duo to n Ioorly Btructfid In fJevttey JEUSEY walls of a new bnok builjing course of ereBtioa by ffargo on Pi vonln suddenly fell this morning burying a largb in the The andambuj Uiucea were FOOD on tbe spot anil tiei work of extricHtiiig fhti jiuSeti men ocm From nuilernuath She big pile of brick nati worn heani fulut calls for We are oiiehoc FoxGoVu help UB willing Luniis too away the f ronv tha maimed limbs of tho men otherspulliid awny iron J girders and heavy blocks of Au fuBtas the ambuluncas arrived In jured men were put in and taken to the By eicht twelve iron workers and fifteen laborers had been taken out and sent to the Owing to the confusion their names could uot be Thn injuries of some are regarded aa it ia probahlo a number of them will One man is known to be bis body lying crushed benoith the heavy iron girders on the first Thus far ths have been unable to pull the girders off The rnaaon work was being done by Michael He was superintend ing it at the tlmo of the but WOB It is understood thai the iron girders which were used in the con Btruotion of the building were entirely too heavy for the biiok It ia be llssd that Uiwit weight tore down the east cauolog it to The other walls remain standing am still being Uken out of be and it is believed a number more are still confined in the tail just had his photograph in which he carried a target and had one to tils room and cleaning the iietol out when it was accidentally dis bar the bullet passing through his eft He only survived a few mo ments and never regained Tae other unfortunate child was a 13 rearold girl named Luey Her lome is in Dirie Sho was the daughter of a boomer who with his girl and her two brothers had made a trip ts the Ohickasaw country with i lew of and wore now on heir way back to After breakfast this tnQrmng the family were loading their the brothers handing their possessions to the little Kir in tho when in some way a jistol which was among their gooda wan the ball pareing through the killing her a SENSATIONAL Brooklyn Woman Lenin From the sixth Starr of NKVT frightful sui cide occurred at the Pierrepont he swellest hotel of ttie Brook yns most aristocratic A richly dressed woman loaped from a window on the sixth floor of tho hotol and was dashed to death on tbo about one dred feet She was Charles of 8 Houth Elliott another ono of Brooklyns flwell neigh Bha wfiB the wife of the son of the newly elected congressman for the TUrcl She turned over and over in her descent and struck with terrific force on the roof of the exension of the Her body bounded off of the roof and landed in a large ilower urn standing in front of the then it rolled off into tho grating of tho Two meg Bangers bad seen thn body come turning and their alarm brought hundreds W theeceno towitntBB the The wan removed to Hie Adams station house and a search of tho packets difc olosed tho name nnd An offi cer informed tho mother of Oooinba that her daughter hud been ami took her to tho station When she iy thn body of her daughter ehe Wantthe Honr Miners Union of this city to day demanded a re duction to eight hours for a days work and that wages remain as they This is thf aronieBt individual lubor organiza tion iu the having full membership of and a work lag force of over Boohed by such an army us thia their de mand will be at leant respectfully The union has nevor failed ti make a point and should the mine owners refuse thin the result could be no other thun disautroug to evfery interest 80 far tinm is no doflire to but all parties ipposr willing to meet and Bettlo Nothing will be done before Mon U Sullivan arid Duncan with other Tucmbors of thtiir company struck city Bullivau celebrated in his usutil manner and nearly broke his neck by falling through a window at the city During tho afternoon he rarlud tho monotony by kicking Harri wt In tha injuring so that he could not appear at the evening per while tho latter was attended by three Harrison went to Bos top todar it isfeared that his spine ie Moltl But daring but unsuccessful attempt was made to rob tbe German Deposit bank in broad day President Galbrightwas alone and stepped outeido to converse wita an entire who desired to sell him new atone A confederate entered bv a rear door and gathecd up some in when Mr Ovlbrlght ran in and grappled with Both men es caped empty handed and tbn police and have since failed to find JFEiTHKll Tammy Wnrrrn jKnucks Oat Tommy Miller la Threw NEW Warren 117 and Tommy 118 met before the Audubon Athletic Association tomgbt for a Miller is an Indianapolis pugilist who thought hn would be a match for the clever He was uot iu it who telegram received here sa8 that ex As sistant PoBtmauter 8 Gtarkton in low with pneumonlaat It is fears are apprehended for his He could scarcely hit proved very MHWs tloDB in the lent round winded him up no in the second be waa groggy and tlia third be knocked out Warren 1a ded two right banders on Millers jiwiu the the second knocking htm Miller gin up clinched to eave pulling Warror Tbn latter fouitht fnintit with hia landed the right again on the j iw and Miller waa The Audubon will to make a mich of Andy Brown against Augus The Biberiitn NBW 22 meeting of the bureau of Slbrrlau Exile Petition iisflooiation wge tfeisafwrnoon at parish house of tbe cbutcb of assump It waa announced that 100 OlO had been obtained to a petition which IB to be forwarded to the czar with a view to Induce him to set aome of the Siberian exiles at VB BAN from give accounts of tbe fight there between Jackson and At the end of the eleventh mnd the fight was declared a ackaon wag In poor A Hteambimt NEW eteam oat with her cargo of cotton or New Orleans wia bnrnfd to the east Bitie of the ttlssourl north U Nar to D Lonigan of 22 war two ACairlentKl deatbg of children her Jo both by Ore and i their own One of the childr One of the record lor tuna I ingbiah lurap without clearing was Albert lOyewol 5 feet I noil of a prominent H waters odge on Darboane Ills The loes U 88 natives who Herrnn KreUnl aod of the Germnn Afrlcacom wny during the uprielcg at ieen Broke Uudor the In an effort to to lower his again ahreatt near the wire and finished in Ue nwunjd n little sore from the httid mile of Thursday BikM aa lall of Pnclflo fVKUt Blooded Horw opeof d at the Biy dia trlct Plrtt Hiowouj Fearless   

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