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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                iUTCHINSON VOL. VI, WASHINGTON. $%. Blight; Hltoh In the-. Republican Senatorial Profiram, i'he Elections BUI Will .Frolmtrlj in-. torrere With th,e ProgrriH or ' Financial Legislation- HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1890. � '4=--------:--� NO. 106. A, Mlsunderstandtna Between the Frfemla � ' 'Of the Two   Meaanres afl to "Which Shall Have Freeedeae�-~xln> olutura Bute Will Mot be Introdnceri Before Next January - Yeaterdiiiii linogre. nlonal ProoeedlDgi-News and DoMlp ilalhoredAboat the Capital Washinoton, Deo. lB.~The ilnanolftl "measure of the. Republican caucus hat 'already come In conflict with (he election 'bill had the chances ato greatly against "the pBBBage of either before January 1 \',Ttie weBtern senators underatood at the ,cauous that the elections bill would be ''laid aside for the financial hill at theear-' Itent possible raoinent. The eastern sena-;tors who voted for the caucus bill did bo understanding that Ha fate would be link--ed'Wiuithatof the election; bill and that "the new rule providing fn- cloture would � be reported and puiBtst uefore tho caucus bill was taken up. la nuoordnnoe with �- thlsldea'Saant.: r AWnch called a meeting of the committeerulea this afternoon, but Ssuotar (ugtt'.ls declined to attend, because ho ia uuwng Chose who are y-opposedte pwaiBgthe ralo before the financial amasuro is taken up. Aa the Democratic member,* would not attend there was no quorum. Senator IngallB will not attend a meet ing before Sunday, wh-^ii lie leaves for 'tho west,therefore tliu iit>�f rule cannot X be roprtris'ti bofoie January 1.   Senator f Aldnuh m r�poct; tue iu!a without its Pacific Mall (as some Ohio men arc) I uo not know anything about in. Pending further discussion the committee rose and the house adjourned. The Internal Berenues. Washington, Deo. 18.- The total collections of internal revenue for the first five months of the current fiscal year show an increase of $4,782,859 over the corresponding period last vear. The increase on tobacco is $1,882,788 and on fermented liquors $1,508,876. American Money Convention. i Wabhinoton, Dec. 18-The recommendations of the Pan-American congress for the meeting 'lit an International monef commission, haying been adopted by all the American republics, President Harrison has issued an invitation to the first American money convention, to be held on the first Monday of January next. VICTORY FOR TUB  BONDHOLDERS xAavt�g beau before the � J?he ha* no assurance- shut a Jndee Vnldwell Henden a Decision In the llock Island Foreclosure Case. Toi'bka, Kan,, Deo. 18.-Judge Caldwell tlilD afternoon made a ruling in the Rock Island case which is a temporary victory for the municipal bondholders who ure contesting the right of the Metropolitan Trust company. They foreclose their mortgage on the Obicsgo, Kansas and Nebraska railroad, better known as tho Reck Island in Kansas. The muni' nicipil bondholders, being cities which voted aid for the construction of the road In K(\noaj,claim that the Rick Island is attempting t.i reader their bonds worth-leas, by foreclosing the mortage. Judge Oaluwell to-dny held that not enough evidence hud been presented to show that tho iO:id was la default in payment of thw mortgage. The cam mUBt either be dismissed or a master be appoiuted to take further evidence Tne parting in inter, eiit to tho suit will attempt to agaeo upos some matter, and, in event of their failure to sgreo, the court will make the aprolnt mont. state for universal- classification ot freight rates now having its own secret classification. The Iowa commission fa voted the ides, but no 'definite action will be taken by the board until after Jan. 1. Ab soon as the states generally have adopted the universal classification scheme, a new classification .committee will be formed which will classify' the rates The new classification cannot be put into effect before July 1. Askc for n Wocelver, . Kaiisas City, Dec. 18 -Suit was brought to-day by Clement A. OonrnSf of this city, against the Phoenix Insurance oompany of Kansas City, risking that the company be placed in the h'tnds Of a, receiver; Conrad holds stock in,the oompany. and mahes serious charges against the officers of the company, Charles E. Hasbroob, president, W. B. Clark, treasurer and E. T. Campbel, secretary. Tho company wai organized a . year ago i on the charter .6 state of the union. The motion was agreed to, ; Mr. F�quhnr movod that the house proceed to tho coutldoration of the Bflri ate bill to placa the American merchant �marine oh au cqua.) footing with that.of �other na'.ioDf,. Mr. Springer ui.ids the point of. order that .the motion-nvii� not ia order and that the committer nwst proceed to the con sidBratlna of the fippr.iirir.tioh billB. ThocUairnmn mijii -hat. the committee oould decide .v.U:f m�A�ure it would fake up.    � , Mr.bptiagertook an appeal from the ileciBiou. Thoclwir wav unstained. Mr. Farquliar's inotf&n was agreed to, and Mr. Faiquhiir pvoceodei! to argue in -.support of the hill. Mr, Outhwaifn isquired to wbethe' 1he gentleman r-juid account for the riae in Paclfli; Mail stock yesterday, it being 'Understood that Ins bill was ti'v bo called tip to-day. v Mr,'Farquhar oid not know whethe ,ih� stock had went up or down. Outhwaite said he was informed that it bad �on� up 4 pnrcont. .v.Hfc Karquhar-Not being mterertetliw Interstate Xmmljrratlon Oonventloo Ashbviile, N. O ,'Deo. 18.-The Intel state Immigration convention met this morning. A resolution denouncing the election bill as tending to arouse old an imositles was laid on the table. A resolution was referred to a committee extending the hand of fellowship of the southern states to the northern states, and inviting northerners to make their homes in the south, which is designated in the resolution as that section of the world mo6t favored by nature and nature's God. The resolutions further recognize no political east, west, north or couth and pledge tbe members of the convention to use every effort in the upbuilding of the nation. The committee on suggestion reported that it endorsed the plan of tho railroads selling home-seekera excursion tickets to promote and enoourago immigration, and recommend, ed the appointment of accmmltteeon that matter. The committee also favoied the memoralization of congress.to pro Dibit scalping or ticket brokerage. The committee's report was adopted. F. B. Hilton, of Texas, general manag er of the Southern Interstate convention -made his report. He told what bad been done In the past year in the way of advertising the south. . An executive committee was selected and tbe convention adjourned until tomorrow, ' elltiir and JLakn Brio Train Goes nigh a Trestle at Bolivar, Ohio, |lna* Vuur Peraoni anil Wonndlng erii-Kan Into a tinovr Bank-a. iher l'.iltooB Ber Foar Xlitlo Ohll-n-enlolde-Baaaed. . QtjAiKO, Deo*: IS-The train frcm HeUf x on the., Inter-Colonial lallroad met y ith a horrible accident on an evn bsnk lent at St. Josephs. The twin was made up of baggigo and mail car, one seem; I-class,, one first claSB car and ilcep r. It was running at a high rate of spi e.d, and, after passing St. Josephs static I, the. second claes car appeared io have umped the track at the end of tho statio l didiog, aud draggeo the firat class car aid sleeper with it, and a)BO to lmve derailed the mail car aud baggage car theai of it. The three pafsunger cara ran "catigonally aloDg the embankmen! for 390 yiiids, the etcnodclasscsr Htrlk; ing t�e wastern abutment of tbe bridge which carries the track over the public, hlghfcey at this point. It -dns in thin o that Klo Eactlflco of life occurred. The L'eadlara five in number. Their names m�S Jjlonno, Biuvin, Ablass, Loclalr and Winner. The Utter was the news agnot Conductor Walk* bp.foi� at the mouth of Hunger creek on ,ri� Moreau, bviag on their'way to tho Bad Landa. This point ia on a direct line with Big Foot's and Tsro Dog:.' bob tile camp on Ch�rry creuk. Col. Meni ama of the Sever th regiment at Fort THE IRISH CRISIS, Famell's Physiolans Say He May L086 His Hyoalght; Bull's followers, ftho escaped whsn th�ir was Badly hurt and very few of the pas chief was killed, bad camped the night |       1(1 "Ciped without mora ov less in The followiuei� a littof >.hodead: SUB'aia.cf Kamouriska. A.iiicto, aged 17, cf LowIb. T# young Jewlch peddlers named Gaiifin from a lower parish. u ,  .   , ,   j-    �   . ..     ,i   Miller, the news agent. Sully to day receive, orders to into cept L ^ |a b;UeT6lj thst?,0 or t01.e0 more th� bofitllcs. Should tbe warriors of Sit ting Bull combine with tlmcomps of Big Foot ood Two Dogs they will greatly outnumber the tror'p' lleef for tho Indians. Kusnvit4.e, Nob , Deo. 18.-A specim aays: Tho regular tomi-monthly basf issue took place at Pi to Ridge agency yeeterday and was participated In by tb usual number of Ij:d'no�. There wan n� di8turbar.ee. The report that three ma rauiling Indiaris were bi'led by white m�u two or thTee dnyn ftjjo near French creek ia confirmed.  Tht-y .were Chey eanes who were tr.viog tu run off oattle. The news of the death of Sitting Bull has not excited the Fine Ridge Indians yet. I. odies will be found in tho wreck. The following received fatal Injuries: Mrs. Fuller of Halifax. Thna. Foley of Halifax. Michael Lebet of Kamourisks, BrftketEae Baulcan.. Dr. Thnan of Sandy Bay. Inbnrrdng trains from the lower parishes'bring to tho scene relatives'of the dead' and injured, and the excitement is Intense. aiSGKD, ONE REPBIRVKD. Isaac Hmlth, the Ohio Slarderer, Orantrd i *-Ntoty ILease of �lfe. GpiVMnus, O., Deo. 18 -Governor Oamniiell to-night consented to another ropritvo for. .Isaac Smitb, who was to h'&yo boon executed to-night, together with two rfther murderers. Tho gov' ernox had refused u reprieve last night, and it was considered so certain that Deplores Penecutton. Baltimorb, Md,, Dec. 18.-Cardinal Gibbons has a letter in the Jewish Expo nent of this week deploring the system- Smith would be hanged to-night, that his alio persecution of the Jews in Kueaiu. grave had been dug afongeide of bis two He expreseea tbe ardent hope that all comptmionB in crime, nations will become more and more tol Tho other two were executed according eraiit in matters of religion, juat sa'is the to program. Elmer Sharkey was hanged SSSi^^�^S^BTJ5: ^�>e murder of his widowed mother stand equal in tho sight of God and are equal bofore the law. ,       Fonnd Coder the Ice. Clay Center, Kan., Deo. 18.-The dead body of William Hlgginbotham, a prominent attorney Of this city, was found Dy a searching party under the ice in a deep creek just west of town. He. had been missing Binco Monday nigbt, at which time he was seen on the streets badly intoxicated. No searoh had been made before because he had been in the habit of going to the country to visit for days at a time. It is supposed he started on Monday night on suoh a visit and attempted to cross the creek on the ice and broke through. He was a son of the late John Hlgginbotham, of Topeka, ana a nephew of Hon. Goo. W. Higgin botham, of Manhattan. A'Fatal Railway Wreck. NoRwaJjK, O,' Dec. 18.-A passenger train on the Wheeling andLako iSrii road broke through a treBtle near Bolll-ver to-day and- killed Mrs. Ada Hall of Shorodsville, Ohio, Henry Hill, and Mite Carrie Hill of Shelby county, 111,, and one unknown woman. Mra. Louisa Poper of Stark county, Ohio, and Charles Conrad of Massilon, Ohio, were wounded. Poisoned Her Fonr Vhlldren. Lodibvillk, Ky., Dec. 18.-Near Brandenburg, to-day, MiB. Jessie Hlgbea was' arrested, charged with having poisoned hor four children. She is the wife of a well-to-do farmer, and is only 28 years of age. She is believed to be crszy. She poisoned her children by putting arsenic In,their food.      � 'Die' Strike Unending. Nashville, Tonn., Dec, 18.-A speoial from Birmingham, Ala., says: The coal miners' strike assumed a seriouB turn yesterday and one that threatens to close every industry in this district. The members of the Amalgamated association of iron and steel workers held a meeting yesterday and paeaed resolutions of sympathy and pledged support to the strikers. They agree to refuse to work with coal mined by the convict or syndicate miners. _ Ghost Danolns* m the Panhandle. Austin, Tex., Doc. 18.-The governor has Information from the border that the Kiowas and Comaucheq are engaged in the ghost dance, and settlers in Texas are very much alarmed and fear tho bucks may make a raid into the state. The goyer�>ment.ha8 ordered arms and 10,000 rounds of ammunition to be sw'to eSt-tle'rs in Greer county. He has also ordered the rangers in tho panhandle to the scene of anticipated trouble. Bat That Docs" Not Deter Him Participating in the Campaign. From in 1889, cruBhlng ber skull while she was sleeping. , His motive was to get possession of his mother's farm and re mote objections to his marriage with a girl of the neighborhood.       w Henry Rbpp, the other murdaror, executed to-night was a German. He killed Morris G. Rother, a saloon keeper at Canton, by stabbing him with a pocket Predict Another faster Massacre St, Paul, Dec. 18.-A Pioneer Press special from Pierre, 8. D, says:   A squaw man just arrived from Plumb creek, seventy-five miles west of here, Bays Bitting Bull's men, with aboutthirty hnife. He had bean thrown out of the stragglers, passed south to-day bound, ^u^waa^unconcerfled about his re doubtless, for the Bad Lands. They were ^ Md aeeme(1 reBUy BOrry ttat he on the war path and in good trim. Old �ft?, undergo another long inveBtiga-indinn limit, prediot another Custer t[0�; Indian scouts massacre unless the greatest caution is exercised as the Bad Lands aro wholly | impregnable^_ Distress In Honth Dakota. Chicago, Dec. 18.-William Broakans, fg^Q- Rnd n minute Inter  had been a lawyer of Redfield, 8. D., is in the city launched into eternity. Bis nock was and details a sorrowful condition of af- broken and hu died without a struggle, fairs in Sprink county, 8. D. He says nearly all the chattels of tho county are I   i:.: mortgaged and that a farmer cannot kill'   � 0 Elmer Starkey was hanged first. Ho stepped on the scaffold at 13:05 add in IS minutes was pronounced dead. He died from strangulation. He did not weaken Htjnry Ropp was lead to the scaffold at Committed Suicide. ___________T,,, , 01 iir-BlKoa, Atk,, Dec.  18.-Mrs, a he'n for hlTfiok wife wUhoutTioyatTnK I W^lm Bell committed suicide to-day, by the law, which forbids the killing of tftSlng morphine. She was a very hand mortgaged animals. Many famillea are g0me woman and the sister of Mrs, KawarKsTSnd^ fiS ^ ^ *�� *^ .        jft     J?r^' ofBHarden, Farmers' Alliance, whom the tJ?.1"'!?^       ^S, %?Ln�        ' Democrats will support. Harden is really ^entt" the fac" W.'U be knQwn' a Democrat.   The Democrat Alliance   I       Kan. into a fnow Bank vote controls tho legislature. >w �       , HQ iHAMBisoHBuna, V�,, Dec, 18.-The Marrying- for convenience. ao|ith bound passenger train on the Val Mount Pleabaht, Pa., Dec. ,18.-This lei-branch of the Biltimore and Ohio mining town ia in the throea of a senna railroad rrin into a snow bfwk yosterday of marringas for convenience.   The r�- .......    ��. vent shut down in the coke regions was eepocmlly bard on the single men, they booing laid off in preference to tho married men. All the single men employed in the Coke works met in secret session and resolved to marry before Jan. 1, when the new scale is to be presented. The Professor Will Accept. Columbia, Mo., Dec. 18.-The board of | I arjd. was derailed. W. W.'Kronfe, con doctor, aud Messrs Je'nhics and Young, eagineera, wore badly scalded. Engineer Donovan had a hip broken and was also b�dly Ecalded. Two firemen were burned by eBcapingsteam. President Kean Arrested. CnioAQO, Dec. 18,- Warrants were sworn out to-day for the arrest of President Kean of tho banking company of Keen & Co,, and for his caahier, both of whom are charged with having received deposits when they knew the bank to be in a failing condition. The warrants for the arrest of Mr. Kean and his cashier were uervod this evening. Both were released on small bonds.__ Idaho Senator* Elected. Boise Citt, Idaho, l5eo. 18.-In joint session to-day the legislature elected Gov ernor Geo. L. Shoup, W. J. McConnel and Fred T. Dubois, United States senators, Shoup and McCocnell with short terms and Dubois the long term.   Atwls and Liabilities. CmcAQO, Dec 18,-According t6 report* made by Assignee Jacobs of the Means Banking company, the assets, exclusive of Means' personal estate, were over $5,000,000, and the liabilities $1,400,-000. The Conner BUI Oondemned, New Tobk, Dec. 18,-A protest against tho Conger lard bill was adopted by tbe -Produce Exchange to-day. The passage of the Paddock pure food bill was recommended. ^. Grunted a Further Allowance. Nbw Yobk, Dec, 18.-Surrogate Ransom to-day granted 'Mrs. Lillie M Churchill, duchess of Marlboro, a further allowance 01 $60,000 from the in come of ber late husband, Louis O. Ham mersley, ' '' " _ 1 Skating Contest. ;Amsthiidam, Dec. 18.-In the international skating contests to-day, Joseph Donoghue ot Newberg, N. Y., won the three mile race for amateurs. Hia time was 8:17. _ ox,-Ont,. l)ej. 18.-AUbnr Hoyt Day^vJiio murdered his wife by pushing j �ol rniair. The .condemned walked to the | to-day brouitht $280,500 in gold from University to Professor RHJesseeof 'wfold firmly and with a amlle on Uia] London for New York bankers, Tulane Unlversity.'New Orleans, La,, at taoe' En death wts easy, a salary of $S,600 per year with the use !           owmTmiti hiu�i              I of the pre-ldent'a house. It is under-' CwmuaaB Kiiirt.              i Weather Indication.. WabhiiOiton, Dec. 18.-{Forecast till stood that Professor Jessee will accept^^1 cPobt Towksesd, W�Bb, Dec. 18.- i 8 p. ro.'CFridayJ-For Kansasi Fair the board's offer. �Twelve Cbmameu, who were captured' variable winds; stationary temperature KYBACIO I11K STRANOK.BK. Xe.tlmony Bronaht pat in the;8en�allonuB French Murder 'fxlal. Pabw, Deo. 18.-The trial of Michael Eyraiid rajd Gabrlelle Bompafd for-the murdSrf of Touissunt Gouffe, was eon-tinuedtoday. The iihysician that rosde thaautopBy testified that Gonffe's death probably''resulted from choking with hs'ids and not with the ropu. Mile, Bom-pard thereupon declared that Eyrauti threw the rope over Gouffe's head, but it slipped and Eyraud thereupon seized Gouffo by the throat and strangled him to death. Eyraud said that wan not ao. Ho had hanged his victim, he said. He lowered the body into a sack, test foremost. The physician who had examined Mile. Bompard said she was perfectly responsible for her aotlont, but wag'ot that class of people known as "nearly deficient," being a person that would commit a crime with indifference. The Bompard family physician said he had frequently hypnotized Mile. Bompard, and believed that Eyraud might have done bo too* ,,'.�:�' Dr. Bauardee, who bad examined Mile. Bompard was recalled and denied hyp. notlam. ..Then a scene ensued. Dr, Nol-sin, of the police department swore that he bad hypnotized. Mile. Bompard, He declined to enter into details on the ground of professional secrecy. The counsel for the defenso declared that Mile. Bompard had made Important confidences to the doctor and that the court should remove the seal of secrecy. The president of the court decided that the matter ought to drop. This brought out load protests from the spectators and the court wus cleard. '     - "Bound to Win." Dublin, Dec. 18.-John O'Leary the-Feninn leader, in an interview said today everything really national on both sides of the'Atlantic baa., gone .straight tor Parnell, while everything against him it agrarian, socialist or cosmopolitan. His antagonism to the plan of campaign ttu'beeh to Parnell a Nemesis, because although disliking it/he failed to atop it, allowing Dillon and O'Brien, with their following of rogues aud fools to desolate whole districts and bait desolate Tipperary. Parnell is bound to win,   : -      ' Opposed to Home Bnle.' Annus, Dec. 18,-Rev. Mr, Park of the Presbytery Assembly of Belfast has issued sn address to his brethren in Great Britnin, In oabalf, hft says, of a million and a quarter of Irish nonconformist* who are unanimously opposed to home rule, except in the shape of looal government endorsed by th? imperial palU-r ment. Parnell Condemned. Dublin, Dec. 18.-The Labor World, Davitl'tt paper, says thatParcall baa more than justified all that his worst foea ever said of him. He stolid* outlined as the most unscrupulous tyrant that ever rode ' rough shod over the hopes an,a sentiments of a nation.        .      � (tone to Farts. London, Dec. 18.-Mra. O'Bhea b�a gone to Pari*.    �, ,   

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