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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 26, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON FRIDAY DECEMBER CHRISTMAS PoBtmoator Matthews Of Carroll Was After JXruggJst bnt tho Latter Hot the Drop oii Whale Affair the Oatcrowtti of an to Paint tba the Oreat ttewtella Harder Case Buds In the lonrrotlon of tlio A Paul Man Murders and Step Then two Men Darned to DeathOther dimes j CAttBOiiiAOKf Johu Premiss the Republican post master wao killed today on the j principal business by Mc ii prominent young f and whan attempted to eject Taylor from tlio latter nrnbbed AKO and atruck Barnes twfco over tho head with inflicting two swnlp about three inches The cuts par tially exposed the Ijrains of They wore dealt with great as the skull of the latter extraordinarily The were at right angles to each The wounds are considered very Bitti men are i Drowned While ANN drowning of two students made this a gloomy holiday the Michigan univer Frank Dickinson and Minnie Brundage went skating alone on ibe mill pond last They did not A Raatch was made for them and taday tit 8 oclock their bodies were round un der the Dlckineon waa from MiBS Bruadage from Long store a Winchester rifle when on arriving at New England City 18 oclock m complying with orders rom Fort Tales by courier to the effect Fountain of the Fourth ry surrounded in Gave Hills by 0 Two hours rest was taken t New England City and then the isrch of flftyuvo to Cave Hills was re His force arrived there tbia McBribe stepped toward him and flrad the fatal shot while Matthews had bis gun uplifted and was preparing to Hhoot When MeBribe got bin mail last night at the Matthews and abusing which led to Vpeiflonal This hostile feeling was re Dewed this morning when Matthews ap peared on the streets armed with a Win cheBterrifleftnd ft whooping aud yslltng and cursing the town iu and McBride in and threaten Ing to shoot him on Tho sheriff arrested him and the mayor placed him under bonds to keep the and then released him He armed himself again and was proceeding to McBriden storoto jahoot when the latter got the drop and shot and killed hla would be Matthews is the youngest son of JohnPrentiss and is a brother of and the latter being United States marshal for the southern district of Matthews baft been before the officers on several charged with various Public sentiment was highly Inflamad against 1s with Public sympathy fittzrder am morn Ing Silas Mickel accomplished the kill ingothinstep Emma the serious wounding of his wife and his own He ehot hit step cut hla wifes throat and then him His wife had separated frum him and would not This la supposed to have been the cause of the Mickel being enraged at his Wife for re fusing to live with double A Double tragedy occurred here Booth attempted to arrest three trouble some They He ahottwo of them through the ing them almost They were tough characters and defied The surviving one was Three in Mose f Bud ef the Hawtelle Blttrder Case at Hew Bawtelle murder caae was concluded This has been a notedcase of bwtelle being charged with hav ied his brother The argu commenced today at 9 The arguments were concluded at and after recess of ten Judge Doecharged the jury and then the jury At the announcement was mido that they had arrived at a conducted to their seats in the court and the foreman announced that had found the prisoner guilty of murder In the first The judge then delivered the sentence of the as follows Isaac the sentence of the you being found guilty of murder How went to the residence of Nor at and draw ing a revolver fired at The ball crashed through her then through both wrists of her little daugh and finally lodged iu Nerds leg Howe was Killed bj an KANSAS special from that the city inarsha to day attempted to arrest John noted tough of that Davis restate arrest and attacked the who his revolver Davis through ta killing him FOSTBKS WBaTtlBR torm Due Here n Good Crops he last storm wave was predicted to eave the Pacific coast about the to rossthe continent in about five days pi reach the Atlantic coast about the The next atorm wave will be due o leave the Pacific the o cross the east slope of the Rockies the the Mississippi valley from the 28ih o reach the Atlantic coast FOREIGN OBrien Lauds in Boulogne and Proceeds to Met on 11 IH Arrival by Mo Sexton and Other Personal Be Befasek to Giro Anjr Opinion on tho Irlih Until fe Informed Hlmielf RB to Heoent Bitterly the la the Kilkenny Dlitrlota for Their Action In the Recent 25 tug having on board Sexton and several perioaal friends of OBrien and Gill met the on which the Irish delegates arrived from America outside the The party gave the about the It to be a delegates a hearty During the first imprisoned in penitentiary until the is that you the state first day of and then be hanged by the neck until The pale but did pot make a except that he turned respectfully toward the Judge when sentence was counsel have moved anetr Xorlla of Loos NKW unknown womanslippad and fell on the street at Eleventh avenue and Fortieth street Her bead struck the walk with force and her long hat pin was driven through her skull into her killing her almost The body has not bean outhern storm wlths much colder weather in the northwest following it ban has occurred for his storm is not expected to be aa severe as the two that preceded it Following t is expected to be some of the coldest weather of the winter in the but the cold will not remain and he first half of January will bring some very fine weather in the great Ciie winter will be mere severe the The general warm weather n the west has verified and continued cold weather may not be expected till after the middle of Janu and the coldest weather of the win ter will occur in WBATDEB AHD SCtEHCS Colorado and South Dakota may expect an increase of rain l and better crops next if they will count back twentyfour and thirtyfive yeara they will strike general drouth because they were the years near to and following the aphelion of Ju piter or rather the dates which Jupi tor crosses the suns after pass ing As the storm waves come across the liackies about the head waters o the they draw moisture from the guif of Mexico and the Atlantic er rather the high barometers on the gulf and lift and drive the moisture toward the approaching etorcn If the atmosphere is deep it will I float that moisture to the and if very shallow it will be precipitated near er the sea Jupiter is the the return trip of the tug to the pier OBrien held an animated conversation with his political He declined to give tbe reporters bia opinion of the pres ent situation in He said he re quired time to inform himself of events which had transpired since he had loft the United OBrien started from Boulogne for this city this Healy and the others leave for England Parnells Clharges tbe leaving this city to day Parnell said in an inter view that knowing the condition in Kil he never expected to win the elec conduct of the hi surpassed The pres sure brought to bear npsn thei massei Was it not hi for tho priests to hold over the flocks threats of spiritual penalties I waaaseiious Interference will the liberty of an elector could not b But that was not al Cages where there wa to abstain from helping tho Hootch railj They are asked to remain neutral and if the employers bring pressure to bear on them to assist the crippled com they are tola that they too must Mllte Bpaln WlA Xnnrewe Import minister of nance has issued a decree declaring hat Spain must follow the protection lovement of America and some of the European poyers and increase the du ipfi on pressed and alt flour and Will Hot Vteftl to Caledonian company claims an improvement In the working of the and gives out that t is more determined than ever not to leld to tbe Strike at ihouaand rail way men have struck at Hull for an creese of wages and shorter Arohblahop of York archbishop of York is the fullest of personal proof that threat violence were usec Salvation Army Booth Appropriate Hon Mot Dne Timtn an nounces that Commissioner of tbe Salvation has The cause of the resignation is not definitely but it Is believed to have been caused by a sense of duty on Smiths Booth is generally known not to have written the In Dark est and Smith believes that Booth violated literary ethics when he allowed hie name to appear as Booth says he supplied the ma terial for the The Times Bays that there must bo something wrong with the scheme of city and farm colonies originated by or the commissioner would not have resigned at this The Times says sub scribers to the scheme are justified in PADDOCKS The Nebraska Senator Says Val uabl3 Time la Being lie Wants tho Elections Bill Laid Asildc iu tho of Finan cial The Bill All Irat Other are Uore Important at the Present fitdrm Bulletin iMaect bjthe Weather Ooaalu Gathered About the National Pott to morrow will Bay that Senator Paddock was in earnest when he warned the sen ate few days ago that he would goob more to lay setdo the elections bill and take up the pure flood and he will before long again take occasion to renew the He will first give his ample opportunity either to pass tbe elections bill or conclude to lay it In this connection H may be interest ing to say that Senator Paddock haa been misquoted in reference to his position on tbia It has been published that in an interview with the Paddock was severely chldod for not supporting the elections This inter terview sever and Paddock Bays the president never mentioned tbe elections bill to Paddock nays the bill contains nothing objectionable to but he considers the present an an unwise time for its consider thinks the financial bill should have He Bays the elections bill is purely party in which the country at large is not at all while every man in the United States has K personal interest in congress relieving the present financial A Brazilian Colonization bureau of American republioa baa received infor withholding their contributions until a close investigation has been Had another Sunday elapsed before the f principal cause of That great these than Committed rfhosbot and killed Grant Labarr at the Peck Greek mine Sunday was arrested and placed in jail here yes Today he secured a razor while the prison keepers were not watching and cut his He died within a few Chlnene Murderers BAST ad Tlces the execution of the sen tences 011 the villagers near for murderof fourteen ealt inspectors and the burning of the bodies of the wounded and List March these Bait inspectors made u raid on a They wore no form and the villagers mistook them for The Inspectora seized a pila of contraband ealt which they found by the of a and while removing it to their boats were attacked by the villagers and Nearly all were only Mlstunned by but a visit to their boat showed the villagers that they had attacked government and fearful of tbe severe punishment they decided to burn the boatand with it bodies of the wounded inepectors to remove all traces of tbe crime So they carried the injured men to the boat and despite their antrealeb set flie to it aud burned the The chief criminal was sentenced to but committed suicide be foie the day and according to law his body was exhumed and the head struck off and exhibited as a warning to the Four others were strangled and four exiled after heavy Two Hen Burned to house of 3imuel Muloae burned to the ground this Ae the firemen arrived on the scene one Bide of the house fell out and by the light of the fire they could gee Malono and John bis crawling towards the door of their attempting to Then the roof fell and the unfortunate men were from Their charred bodies were found in the ruins Hatone was an old drawing a large and always kept mote or money about his It U be lieved be and Hlckfl were the bouse robbed and then set on The are Wanted to Irallow Her SAN Pariaae an Austrian noble man who has been living at a hotel here with his When it was certain that he wae dead the wife asked their friends to step outside the When they were she took poison and will Bolibere night two Btrangera entered the drug store of William knocked him sense iees and stole They were arrested today at Shot at n DBS a free forall fight t a dance by the Society of Druids last Assistant City Engineer Schrelner was fatally shot by James an employe of tha electric light times larger than the earth causes the earths water and gaases to expand when it approaches the sun and earth and deepens the atmosphere so that it Heats the moisture further It has been near aphelion several yearn and hence the dry weather in the The in crease of rainfall next July and Che time when cropa are made or will be greatest in southwestern Kansas and southeastern than in any other The highlands of the Dakotas and iowa will be benefited by a moderate increase of We are now approaching a series of warmer winters and a better stage of water ia the Missouri and Mississippi rivers for navi The theory of colder winters and an increase of drouth in the north west will be forced to gige way before the facts as the thedry that the lain belt was moving west in Kansas had to give way this A concise statement of my weather theories is this North of latitude 3D the storm waves move around tbe earth from west to and never die or become I know ods of four of these storm waves andean give tbe dues approximately on which they will pass any meridian all around the These storm waves sometimes become great and at other times they become almost but they continue to move sometimes sometimes but averaging about twentyfive miles an These four storm waves increase and decrease In force at the same although they on an about miles apart and the lamtUsn m their force ia caused by the electrical influence of the moon and Those bodiee are electrodynamos and throw ah elecirta Influence over their equators SB do voting it was not improbable that the Parnellites vote would have been dimin In the districts where the people were not the said polled 00 par of the In North he the priests led the people like It a petition was lodeed it could be backed with evidence as to influence and would make the result in our favor said wae a strong but he saw that if the priests were permitted similarly to in fluence the coming elections Ireland will bo The general elections are not far distant and I shall push pre paring for What view do you hold of the pros pects for the different parties was Parnell replied Should a disso lution occur Gladstone will have but little chance of returning to As to my time IB on my I expect to start for Paris Monday to meet Then I shall re sume the campaign in opening in Parnell left for Kingston to There was no demonstration on his de tho Strike in Ibroof h to the Taylor got into a row with William Barnes at 1491 Walnut where Bannw Urea IBB INDIAN IS Indiana BetlrlnK to the Agencies for Ihelr Uaual Nor special Indian baa just re turned from Fort Bennett and reports the Indian war there It seems that the Indians were the moat scared of They thought that they were to be all or they would haye come in long When Miles asked them to surrender they did so urged on a good deal by Agent Palmers No no Tnia soon brought themjto time and the In diana have given up their arms and have returned to the At Fort tTncomphagres have These include seventy of Sitting Bulla and fifty from Rose bud Narcinee boat brought in 412 of Big Footd In Out of these ninety eight stands of arms were All of the teams of the agency have been started to Du prees after tbe sick women and Many of the leaders among the Indians acted very ugly during the and quarreled continually among them selves over the terms of Making Forced OirroU made a forced natch Tuesday with fiftyfive of flve miles in fourteen up the Can all electro dynamo when one of these bodies and past tbe plane of the equator ot another and through its electric belt very body of the solar system is elec trically disturbed thereby because they are all electrically This dis turbance increases the force of the etorraa on the sun other planets at the same aa the moving force in these storm waves is which comes from the electric currents ot tbe body to which they Perihelion of the planets and perigee of the moon ex panda the atmosphere aphelion of planets and apogee of the moon have the opposite From these influ ence occur all weather sun earthquakes and other unusual effects in the atmoa phere and Bartbquakes are caused by subterranean thunder just KB it occurs among the The sun and planets are solid bodies and grown from and electricity is the Deci railway chair WOE found fastened to the tracks on the line between this city and but the obstruction discovered in time to prevent an The purpose evidently was to derail the night train and the strikers are accused of the fiend Numbers of the Aberdeen strikers are returning to There are prospects that the strikers in Glasgow and JBdiuburg will consent to Kino Thousand flfen is estimated that mon are out on a strike on the railways in Traffic the North British railway hag nearly The company will suspend the operation of ita steamers in order to ob tain to work ita Many as saults by strikers are The Glasgow docks are The gaa supply at Perth is threatened with exhaustion owing to the inability of the companies to obtain Byrne aditor of the Journal bad an inter view today with OBrien lasting two Byrne fa a Parnelltte and endeavored to prepare the way for a con ference between the two sections of the Irish party in OBrien and GUI In OBrien and the Irish delegates who have just returned from were met here today by McCarthy and Sulli The Content Over the Alleged Will to be Heard in 25 matter of Andrew Davis immense estate took a new phase at Butte Con gressmanelect counsel for John Davis made a motion to set a day for hearing the contest over the alleged Tbe motion was opposed by Warren Toole and John counsel for Henry Root and other contestants They presented affidavits showing they only received notice the day befoie that such a motion would be Being notified they had telegraphed Hoot in New but had received no an They say Hoot is endeavoring to find material BO as to have them present at the The alleged an affidavit purports to have been drawn up in Iowa in and in order to determine its genuineness it is necessary to procure witnesses who knew Andrew Davis and had knowledge of tho circumstances at the time and that it IB only with great difficulty and extended search that such parties can be Judge MoHattou overruled tbe objec tions and Bet the hearing for Fedruary Jack MlUhellB a tough well known while in the Yellowstone country recently got mationof the organisation of the stockholders in which are European and Brazilian to establish ag ricultural settlements on the public lands of The government glvea the land tree and guarantees B per on a third of the two million The company will settle five thousand European families in thirty ana give each a farm on thus forming a nucleus for future All sorts of nnterpiitee and will be established iu the various settle i Btorm signal office furnishes the following special weather bulletin The present atorm promises the greatest amount of snow in any single ntwin for several Warnings were sent Thursday morning to railways in and New Tork of coming heavy snow during will extend to southern New From three to seven inches ot anow have fallen to day in the Obi The enow ex tends from Indiana to Snow at is snowing here this with indication of a protracted A severe snow storm prevails throughout The country roads are blocked and buiSneas has been partially suspended all SQCAT ON THE into a fight with a desperado known OB Mustang While tbe two were playing cards a desperate fight ensued and Mustang Jim shot Mitchell three times in the head and stabbed him iu the Mitchell sent several bul letsinto the desperados from the eSectnof which he died and wag buried Mitchell was arrested on tbe charge of murder but managed to break jail and This afternoon Jack waa In Lincoln a few minutes and although his face was almost covered with bandages recognized by sonieof his old It la not known in what direction he IB A Maionlo Temple The Ma sonio temple burned Nearly all the records of the grand lodge since its organization were dee The fine which cost was en tirely Thelois will be Weather 8 For KjuuastFuli vari able winds William OBrlea and ac companied by arrived here and were driven directly to Itaffatovltchs Emperor William at William attended tbe Christmas service in the garrison church Parnoilln arrived here on his way to Will Dot lend English and Irish railway have issued a Joint I manifesto MMng rail way bonds generally Bat Xnken at tbe mint authorities here have discovered a coun terfeit five dollar gold piece designed and executed with such remarkable skill that few of the experts can distinguish tbe spurious coins from the It differs from the true coin only in being slightly larger in but the discrepancy is so small that it ID very dif ficult to and an assay has been found necesBirj to establish definitely Ita spurious In order to retire the spurious coin from circulation the mint officials will purchase tba bogus pieces at their face value and then destroy Bo far only a few of them have been discovered the Cherokee Boomen at Arkuuiai City Will Inmdo the AIIKAHSAS courier by the name of Bmedley came to the Trawler office this direct from the boomers camp near the state line and repotted that by daylight to morrow morning the last detachment of thn United States troops stationed at Camp Merritt will take up their line of march for Fort The Cherokee strip homeseekers here regard that fact as a mute invitation oa iho part of the authorities at Wash ington for them to step across the line and rquat on a quarter Section of Uncle Sams Bmedley says that he overheard a conversation this evening in which some twenty appearing men wete and they were of tho opinion that there will be no attempt to remove them from the strip should they peaceably goon He further stated he is informed and believes at least two hundred men and teams and farm and camp will invade tbe Cherokee strip to morrow evening Kt Another KANSAS gasoline stove explosion last night burned of 1706 Olive street very se verely about tbe head and face and on tho left Tbe doctor who attended the sufferer said last night that the burns were most painful and expressed doubts about the womans She was baking at the time of tha accident and the heated oven in some manner melted the tank containing the gasoline when the gasoline escaped ib every direction and cnuwd a terrific ex almort enveloping the woman In The fire department ex tinguished the Ore withM The South Will Me of the National Worlds Fair Commission returned today from bis tiip through the southern fie wit he because where ever he went he had found the people The men I talked he said they intended to bring their best exhibits to the We have got to keep up with the they era states get the best of ingtoletthe weat Two frliumen ftfadv jKEwnsoK ac cordance with the time honored custom Governor Francis today granted two holiday The lucky men were up from Hickory county in 1877 for twenty and John sent up from Cole county in 1879 for fifty The governor the to the ia Mi   

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