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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 28, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                TCHINSON FRIDAY NOVEMBER MANY WERE An Accident a Game of Foot Tim Bleuoliiug Ilourdit on Which Ttvo Tlumgniid Spectators Were Seated A Pcnno of ludeicrlbnble Confusion Fol lowed llio and Fifty Wounded Ieoplp wore JTrom Among the UnlnlRof ItroUen DUatter Attributed to the Inherent WeakneM I of tlio at the Vlotlms Wlua tlio Defoatlne Msw terrible acci dent occurred In the grounds at Eastern before the YalePrince fon foot ball game was The big tree stand on th3 eastern side of the urouads farthest from the grand stand suddenly collapsed at carrying down with it ica entire load of human The crash came without an warning at the time th long rows of seats were closely packet It is estimated tha there were rnyre people In th ataad at the A scans of um ivanio followed tUe whioli wa in all patte the TJi occupants great mi jorlty of theru scuiKats from Yule There ware disc many wo mprovement in the demand for he most active call was from eastern Itles aid patents were chiefly hough usually buyers were loth to pay any Bakers also received a ood deal o attention from ind thore is liberal Law which have been of rather slow sale were likewise dealt In freely for The higher prices auked pre vented piten0 from selling vary well Less firmness in wheat has made Hour much less active for two days orders lave been issued as follows Herbert Sev enth at his own relieved from duty at Johns and will join bis regiment in tbe Guy Ninth is relieved from duty at Fort and will proceed to Join his Private Johu light battery Third now iu confinement at Fort ia transferred tc light batlary Second and ou the expiration of the term ol be sent to the elation of that buttery Fort The following enlisted muu now tho posts dosignated after their respective will bs discharged th servieo of the United States Corpora Fred light tottery Fourth For Private Jakob Troop Second cavalry Fort Ordnance Hnnry now THE Yesterdays Reports From tho Reservations Moro All Indications Point to a 1onccful Settlement of the Present gro thn ntii Ttiov sn lav in ilflt Fort will proceed to in tnn Ml lay Whi reporting upon struggling masa upon tho 1 his tUo commanding officer fo Many of were complete1 iy Miiad imder the of planUo and of the lickety structurej was The onreams tmd nhrieks and I i groans which uame from iiufortuuj were heartrending o Mauy fainted from the injuries they re Iu an Instant there was a general rush for that part of the Held and a score or more of blue coated policemen were en gaged in pulling the maimed and wound ed from the Others lent their Assistance and within ten minutes the whole place had been Many of the friends of the wounded had them carried at once out of tbe grounds and placed in which took then away before their names could be In this way a Rood many losses were not reported to tho Among those in wijre Charles ankle Cadets John Aquillar and Perin ney of the military institute at Pecks Chwlos assistaa Louis two young sprained and backb bartly Emery leg A V ale name not suffered from concussion of the Two Uutgera college heads bruised and John contusion cf broken Italirqiul tuml Oltitut No ble uiilrmed the decision of the gen eral laud office rejecting the claim of the and Pacificrailroad to 160 acres of luud lying in section township range 9 in the Santa Fe Tha tract is within the lim its of the Atlantic and Pacific railroad land grant of bnt tho griyit did not take effect until a map of definite location wns filed March Mein on May Montana settled upon the and entered it as a homestead and submitted final proof in at the time the grant bo camft rffective it was occupied by a homestead and was consequently excepted from the operations of the The failure of MontanO to make his homestead entry within tho time provided by the eayo the sec retary in did iiot change tho status of said tract oo far ns the claim of the railroad company is The claim of the company is therefore re ifTalo BUI on His Way to Vlnlt Slttlnc Ball for the Purpose of Probing tho Indian Discontent to the The GhoAt Dfmaftm Doming to the Aften elen for Their BtorloA of a Battle in Montana Prove to ba a Ua I hove received quite satisfactory news from Brooke o said Mileo this evening He reports that the Indian chief Little Wound came into Pine Kidge Agency and that every hour seems to lessen the strength of the disaffected In Short Bull of the Rosebud Agency and his about 500 num hering nearly are repurtec as coming toward the conuclar Short Bull one of the worst and most treacherous Indian cbiefn in th Brooke uow hM a ctrong command under and is to tako summary notion nt moment Miles attention WUP culiett to ti dispatches from thit a fierce cattle Uad occurred between the United States troops antt northern Cheyenne near Fort Kjogh lively skirmishing ivaa and that the Indians liaC beei driven back with the lacu of several I have not had any official nd vicea concerning tnt9 reported Biiil all I kirftw Buoh an oc currenco is tho newspaper Itie uow ate in tho day and I have not hoard a In tho absence of fefflciul infor ontro of the stockyards there and that alia the railroad was carrying in their ive stock at bare cost of transportation he otockyards earned bo past Such action as Gould never be permitted under the now manage He believes the Burlington and and Island will both come uto a plan for securing better results rom lie western No further he were to be made in the I IUHONEBS Two MiirdertirK Resisted and a XjtfOT 1nrdoncd by G6Y the Starke and Isaac the Pike county who were to liave been executed at thejenitentlary between 13 and 3 hove been granted a respite by Campbell to Dacomber Elmer tho Preblo county has beeu sen tenced to hang the same which three executions at that un less there should be a further interior ence on tho part of the All arrangtMueats had been made for the ex ccutlona FOREIGN Chaiige of Situation In onoo to the Irieh Pftrnell Shows So liiclimithm to Surrender the Leadership of the Nntioimlist I His am Infixing That no Other Couveo Will the of Homo of feetnd by the Koch HcrncUlus Financed A VeaHol nt the nouso of of commons today Spencer asked the in view ol tho recent This shown that tha estimated debt of lha country is francnof nomi nal capital acd francs of actual the nominal rate of inter eat being 848 per and the actual rate por continues the is the largest public debt in the but French credit is sufficiently oolld to allow of French stock boing reckoned 3 per SafTraRo Movement in the chamber of representatives today Radi cal representing a district of introduced bill providing for an extension of the Theprimo minister and Ml the party leaders de clared in favor of a discussion of the and to attitude toward the hnune unanimously voted debate the Tbe of the bill the was government a complete financial crisis in to Introduce a The radicals are greatly elat bill to amend the bank act of 1894 by I ed over it and the workmen who had in providing for the issue ot notes tendnd tc inaugurate a general strike an r u a part of thegeneral universal suffrage chancellor ol the exche have dcoided to remain at declined to make any statement on the chief uecrutury fur Ire The streets tonight are thronged with poopleand the rejoicing then Introduced the Irish liiuci mation I aminclined yo the served dt tha ultei which the ccnviuta were given the freedom The gloom incident tu the was relieved Uy i calling from the num XJc rne iiuis a lifo convicted us Oitrt cpimly in 1878 who wut hintlfi Up bonoflciary of thu Tlianks Heatbeiton bail a per fect BsUel iaiaiover tho holidfly jrilU the vjliich wm w Oowlef Bmeiting Aluminuiii coiapany of Lockport hts jeeu propiiting to produce jpure alumi lUm by aevr wliich appears to je the solving or the problem of tnis metal from thu conimoji Iu an interview on tho Eugeuc prest to Mr He said that the soveratnenta policy j thiu WRB the suine ao in but fur morning agaiu to urging him to uccept Lurl Spencnrfl calm and and not to give his followers tho painful duty of rfljncing written urging him to In hlB letter itfbouchere says that ParnoilM purohaso seraainins in tho leadership weans ity rtie bill had benn uut iu Uoth portioip however were prisotlcslly the same as in the bit ol Ainorig olLer cnanges embodied in the iievi bill one had reterenco to tlio objection ukan at lust BLBBiOD w a iimit of twenty Kuuttai George thigh James internal F broken r John injured internally and taken Stephen arm John Wesleyan badly cut about the knocked un were conscious by t blow on the case is deemed very Bis a resident on Fifth av New right leg Edward leg compound fracture of tbe both legs badly A fracture of collar scalp George contusion of A lot of a dozen or names not who stood upon the top row of the bleachers were badly bruised and The only ladies who were hurt were two Brooklyn one of whom had foot and the other her log A low estimate puts the number of people injured at while others place it as high as sixty or The stand was evidently in a most un safe for the broken timbers showed that many of them were nearly rotted in while the whole structure the moat flimsy affair Yule Has a NEW has downed The fcot ball game at East ern in which interest of every collegeman and every lover of foot ball has been months past has been fought and tho blue banner flies proudly in the breeze while the yellow and orange trails Princetons defeat was her score noth Yales The game waa witnessed by at least As before the accident cast a gloom over the entire assemblage and the cheers and Siorna were It was half an hour before tha crowd recovered its wonted hear Further pow would oe given Iho viceroy o the ion of live during whioh S per of tho jurchase money waa In regard o increasing the powers of the local Balfour enid iie couald1 Henry Junction City David Osage Mission Isaac Long toe Prairie Spring Lake Ellawortb John Goff David Olathe Peter Watheno Daniel WilllamsburgJohn Topeka David Canoy Francis Leavenwortn Andrew Ellinwood John Hutchinson Alex Coffeyville Fred Harrington Johu Arkansas City Thomas Council widow of Asa Jamestown Margaret widow of Bays Deadly Duel Between Hunband and BH quarreled with bis wife last right over the latters al legod criminul intimacy with Gorge The quarrel occurred in a barn the rear o2 Westons Weston used a hammer for a weapon and wife used a hatched with which they rained blows upon each others heads and the combat continuing for eome Finally a blow from the husbands weapon produced a wound which rendered Weston insensible and from the effects of which oba after wards badly his face and head being covered with ugly He was arrested and will be given a preliminary hearing to Hn 8iw Gone to Standing Bonk to f tiruntt eato the MeBBlah 3111 arrived this afternoon accompanied y Frank known as White and known as Pony who once rode 108 miles in ight hours and ten Special conveyances with relays engaped o take the trio to Standing Rock Buffalo Bill has a commission from which is believed to bo tbo must important issued since Silting Bulls The party will go dlreot to Sitting Bulls camp Grand It will be remembered that Sitting Bull did not come in on the regular ration but sent word to Agent Mo Lfiughliu that his child was It is believed that Buffalo Bill is saut on get at the bottom of the raetsiah with almost unlimited authority to This is Buffilo Bills first visit this section cinco the Cuater The blory Wns a roiloMug TES received heretonight To eakl ot the aluminum We now expect companyj to offer a superior article of very puro metal In the very near made by a process that is radically different from anything yet known to the metallurgical u process that is almost theoretic ally By reason of two unique and beautiful chemical discoveries it Is found that the pure metal can be ex traounl direct from the This can be electrical when opt ecale ftb that iron it piaducca Aluminum will prnilucad at a coEt permitting it to sell at per 11 less than the present prica ol will immadintoly mado in oiv vorkn here to maHe tha matal a large Ciipitalifte in Now York are prapariuj to build im manEa now oJ probably tiues the capacity ot works the Inrge wili undoubterllv be located iil will bs required to opemie Aa IOPU oa plaut at Niagara Fails is say by the work can ixpent supply of aluminiim atloas William Jlenry general Manager Associated Okicago Tte sensa tional article from in many morning about a battln between Indians and troopa nenr Fort lioegh is without fouuddtion in any The publication of of thlo nature from unreliable correspond ents is doing gross injustice to the north WILLIAM 99 at prices tj fifty a methods have lfvteY disooveved by which the can bo hardened and its strength grextlj incrocsed witiiout interfering very mate riall wiU its roughness anil great light Hon dl Now bociotnry c the Rspubiicui in tin tbe chairman of Ku expected hiro Fri day ou his return from l will with and imit did nnt appoar in the I other six of Balfour iuil coerolor bio will mean tbe mpetiag of m Irish men In Dublin F at iiu Will AIUISH t the Press Ansotia red that the original ptopoEuls therefor tion that eonfiders that n tue bill were the boat that could be de Lindpurchasein Irelaudwas nota ocal Tho government were using the British credit to carry out his vital nut tor tho eneflt of thin country or but for thn jeueBt of the empire as whole Con servative Another consideration was the fact that the land question iu Ireland was largely used for political ob It would tc o leave to communities the ho has uuaid troatetl by pome at Uis colieagucu nncticnlly uwe their positioHOHs ulso fotle Bttojigly about tind in morn dstermlneii thau ever to If Mondays meeting opposes will appeal to tho Irish Xxtortlonnie publiuhferf is atatemotit by a coUeugue murks was asked nnil for a excitement of agitators to rtpterminei of in whicli ho admits thAt 50P whether they should adopt a remedy giving to the root of agrarian Parnellite If tbey were to jive local control in any form it ought to 36 by aplebiacit rate onaV ling them under tho oafecuarii of tae injection if Processor Kochs Tiie money was not paid to but to Cornel aad Dengoh It is re ported that Professor hu3 ballot vote upon this question jf a oontitgeat portion iiy j fundfbreaohootinty Labouchre moved as amendment to further supply cither or Dengol Hoijr The Labor court aud Morliy walkou out bof re thn roe vaa McDonald aid 4 fsw other Irish supported j Laboui uheres amendment to the Itioh i Bqueiit thaucen of of Many of the Parnellte mem bers df that they wouH gladly Bee oial has been cured by Injections the alliance with the Liberia party bro of Professor without aub BO thatthe Irish party nrailrt ita dr The North western Hfitter says The mills manufac tured a very large amount of flour again last the figures not having been exceeded more than three timea The aggregate of the output was averaging barrels against barrels the previous week and barrels for the corresponding 1 Amore settled condition financial conditions has increased and with wheat been decided A Yonufi fllnna Morse was placed in jail last evening by Depu ty Sheriff Collins on a warrant cuarg ng him with having embezzled from the Jeese French Piano Company 004 Olive Tho accused man is well connected and is the son of John of Vineland Jefferson county who was at one time the Republican candidate for congress thtj Tenth dis Business speculation and gam bllng are the causes of young Morses Horse had in the em ploy of the company eleven Weather un til 8 Kansas till Saturday slightly eicep stationary temperature in eastern por tion northerly General Manager Northern Pacific R Co Xhcra lUua lleeu No POUT porc that a battle in progress near this point between the soldiers and Indians is false and has no foundation in any event that has occurred The troops or dered to the field expect to move iu the morning as soon as transportation can be All is quiet among the Obey aunca on the Tongue river and at Lame Deer the settlers hivvo no fear of any disturbance Joveruora Mellettea Firm D rlellette is doing all in his power to set the Indian trouble without aud oday ordered the ItiO stand of arms do osited here cent to Rapid He has Isp ordered Companies A and B of tho militia to bo in readiness to march at The Governor says ho proposes to top at once the killing of cuttlo and thu lurning cf settlers Ghost Ottuoo idvicos by the war department toiiay rom the reet of the threatened Indian roubles are and indicate a gradual subsiding ot tlin ghost The war department olilciule believe that the presence of tbe increased military force in the locality is beginning to have a Baluatory effect on the turbulent spirits among the thec to Mr Oiark where jiretea1 probable thiit a meeting n the be calleii for some time iu It is hhiteii protty strongly tha Cbairmin Quays re sipnurior will bo tendered at tho January and there is no doubt that tbo committee will Ia the event of retirement it is bslifvert that Ularksoi will enuceed the chaiv Aaolhor arrangement is sug by wJikh Fassett may bu corachMrnmn uad Clarkson secre tbo latter not desiring to take upon hlmifllf at thiu tinxifho burden of the chairmanship ot the Pteuiubuut Destroyed by steam Hc Thlnlm Wtli be Koruedldt fiord H at Brnmley this onicl thu opinion of the Llberalo of England was clearly and unmistakubly against Parnfllls continuanco In tho ioadiishtp of liib Thy olsicturH vightly put j ateainer founder tachcJ piatios mho skin of the whero there Wfre lupus again and the hair in growiiij ngiiii tivir fltofa portions of the Hftw rt Steamer bark at Lon don from reports that while ly ing too duiing a gale oil Bun day uh snw a large west bound heavy No sen was ruaning u1 the of tho crew hai tiaen f high vilue upon thn utmractor GlartstoueV letter had struck a note Iu harmony with the feelings of all The iriah Lora peucar had been toe wvnvely crit will not alinw the importation mt iUmeillenOonnot iutu tfrancr The French govern Jttjr Ooold NBW the Tribune will print an interview with Jay in wb0h he says President of the Union a theorist who hag conducted many affairs of the Union Pacific without the knowledge ol boat bound from for New wan destroyed by fire at 11 oclock this morning near Fort The boat and cargo are a total The chambermaid and four all were The boat was valued at and insured for She had about bales of cotton and con sSdsrabe other freight on Almost oclock toilsy thb sreet of this John Godfrey was almost disembowlcd oy Hcd a colored with wboai ho had an Godfrey WHO intoxicated ami ran against Wood who slashed Um several times ucrohn the Godfreys wouoda arc very serious and perhaps Tbe negro CD tide hit escape through a crowd ed airont aud ms not been An Old MIiMnrian special lo th Bepublto from says Juilg uatcd leader had mode them hesitate efore pronouncing against lie Quoted for not in a moment rowing over their When the igher considerations of the permanent elfare of the country came into eration they would respond to tbe ipealof the EogliHh Liberals and ask Parnell to If they did not do tie the Irish uaUee would be rolled back nd the ship which was just at the outh of the river would be driven by orms out into the It would be mighty misfortune to both Ireland and 10 the he learned last Gould in said Olty that Adams previously Piuckney aged 71 die at uia home at 0 oclock thin morning o hemorrhage ot the He was amonK the moat prominent men of eoutl east Fran 1868 to 1663 he wa editor and proprietor of tbe Dolph ey haJ acconut fit the attitude i Franc oJ Ptofewor bnt tio could ground that tha importation of the of which ia liui is a law prohibiting importation being in Huapend aruo them for not repudiating irnull at Cries of hear UearTJ hey owed a of the deepest grati de to The momberf Irish party wore not indifferent to emoral loyalty to their of stutes that he proposes to issue n mani festo to the Irish people tonight ami that he asks them ia the meanwhile to nuupeud ul Qa Guth ries second been gen erally After the recent finan cial orieis business men generally mingled together and exchanged ideas as to what 11 as beat to The tendency j is that interests be pooled and the bocks i are temporarily embirrassed ba as I In this propcaliion the beat in taruoll In Still Parnell hsid 1 sUtutiona ia the among them tne requently convened with Healy j uring the but latter is very Natiocal bank Desteigner entand refuses to say anything about agreed to make untffoit which seat Purnell had to he Irish leaders Parnell ppears to be iu buoyant npirits aud plendid A natlcable incident ccurred Iu the houie of commons whn arnell wect to record his vote on Jabauckeres rom his pass the Liberal bench and t was remarked that his late allies studiously ignored Ids stated that Parnell remains in the leadership of the Irish party Sexton end other Irish members of parliament will apply for the hundreds and offer themselves for reelection in order to test the feeling of the doubt win be These Imtikiog insutuUou3 have been assured hy n iiuinber of heavy mer among them the tinially Seed ctie Moliue that sum of money will be ad vanced to accomplish the desired TheVecond coming of the meisiah is limoylag eome of our Indian but to alarming Pallaton baa pie to the budget committee s report oU the financial situation of RUled 1f H Mftt was run over and killed tut night by a train on the near Fox about eight miles south of He bad laid down on the track and failed to hear tbe warning whittle of the northbound The engine knocked bin f row the back and ha WM Wiled   

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