Hutchinson News, December 27, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 27, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas SATURDAY DECEMBER PANAMERICAN West Interested In the Traf ao Facilities of the A Company Organized to Establish a of Gulf nud Ocean Atked tu Grant Mailbnnl fllmrter to Aid tlie Projectors In Se curing Conoewiloits From Foreign Gavornmontit far natabltBhlnff Quick nnrt Ilrcot Connection Between Their nnd Oar Scheme tho Outurowth of the Texas Uarlmr Deep senate committee on commerce today gave a hearing to Dana ol Howell Jones of Clark of and Chftmberlaln ofDes upon tbe bill introduced by Ben ator Oullom to incorporate tbe Pan American Transportation company These gentlemen appeared as a subcorn mittee appointed by the interstate deep harbor They said that the committee was backed by and created to look after the welfare ot tbe west before bu especially an adequate appro priation from bbngteu to build at leas one deep water harbor on the Texas coas of the Host of the great trunk line they said bad connections terminating on the Quit and all other western and south ern roads were rapidly building Interna tional This left but one proposition for that o ocean transportation lines to be operated in connection with these great rallwiv The suboommllteo was up V pointed with the special object of estab lisbing a line ot steamers to pi between tbe various potts ot thi Gulf of Mexico and the ports of Centra and South The subcommute told bow its members had assembled i Gal veston last November and determine to establish such a line to be owned b the people of the great centei of th United States who were directly Inter estedin the development of the sout and in order that it might b national in character and international it was determined to apply to con gresa for a The incorporates they were men of webith an bjgh with a capita eiScBeding and hod it bee one hundred iucorpi Hrttors might have who capital would have exceeded Congress had established a precedent for the action asked in the incorporating of the Bailroad the Hudson Biver Bridge com pany and the Nicaragua Canal Tue deep water project was justified by innumerable considerations grow mendations of tbe International American ohference for the establishment of an Huuetttty and tbo issue t a common silver coin have been dopteid all the American xcopt Uruguay and Para embracing living per In these facnUlAR ttiprelisd 148 births and diirntf the Ove yenrs eniiliu Showing the uncial ondition of the families it ay be mentioned tbat two thirds of ham kept The dejths re ortfii for the ttve yeara give an average linual death rftto of 7 11 per thousand of about tho average rate f the general TIw general esilltB of this special inquiiy says tbe ulletiiii IndinMe that tbe Jew retains of peculiarities which have sen noted among them in Amorlcau Monetary The recom uahed out of tbe front door and was out sight ere Brimer could Tellsworth was barefooted and batlesa e has bean n great deal of trouble ever nee hia It was to keep handonffa on and by some means e would break his log irons when they ere put oa On Tuesday night be an attempt to set fire to the wo prisoners who occupied the same cell leaened to alarm the jiilar unless he Wellsworth is quite robftbly not morn than yean of but say she has been In tho Albany and had escaped from that He also admitted that be be onged to a gang of thieves in New York He has Bbid from the first that he mnant to get and did not hesitate to iform the sheriff and Jailor that sucb which have not been beard ho first meeting of the union occurs on Army Record nnt from the committee on mili ary reported favorably to he house tbo bill that passed the senate somo days ago to establish tbe records and pension office of the war department and to appoint thu oflleer now In charge of that a oolonnl in the HAUUBB HER An Italian Strings Saorluce tor the Only Man She Loved NEW Augus tlno a goodlooking young came ashore among the steeragi passengers from tho steamship Himlo from to day he was askei by the bjrge ufflee officials whether b had ever been imprisoned for any cause He answered that he had been im prisoned for an then he went on to tell a somewhat re markable Two years sat ll fell in love with a gir named Nanette She wo the daughter of a jeweler for whom worked us salesman in W were soon deeply in love wiih sachet but we dared not let Nanettes parent ue Dance KANSAS special from eays lie legal agent of who was in ited to attend the gboat dance arranged or nine miles east of returned rom that place today nnd reports that be dance has been There wero assembled at the rendezvous repra entatives from the Arapahona SEVERE From Maine to Prom Man itoba to V The Eastern ITnlf of tlte United Visited by Snow or hn Btottu Center the Vlolntti of Mow Blockaded and Traffic Ixinoa Believed to be Inerrable Along the Atlantic pnvlnj Crows VnllanC Worh In tlii of Vatonnnate NEW received iy the Press show that nearly e coisntry enveloped in the iglng from Maine to Texas aad OeorgiBi From Nor it is a rain storm from rh and northweKt a snow Now York seetns to be about center of tbe disturbance oclock this afternoon the clerk was unable to give and two from or tbe three Sioux run northern country The dance was commenced yesterday in regular style and had been in progresi ut a abort time when the bllnc Cheyenne and White Cloud arrive the ecene and urged the Indians to de pleaded eloquently with the A conference was held and 1 was finally determined to abandon th All the Indians returned peace fully to their Alleced Train Wrnckerv on the trial o John one of the alleged train this Deotive Sober Plnkerton testified that Bead had mado statement to him after his arrest withqu inducements or threats Counsel fo defendants objected to admitting Heed statement to Pinkortsn on tho groun that it was not Judge Griffl allowed tbe attorney to croeseximin Plnfeerton on the question whether Heeds weathe a repor er any He sale that tbe re was every indication that tho two stbpns would meet toulght some where i little north of this city and tha gel Mai storm Is rapidly developing into iminenge In conclueion 1 k said Thereis levery likeli the ole to tesu Hood tt tkt tbe TsAlways will ba general north andi aod that a seri one anil dieaatroua condition of things i ing out of of our the of re establishment our merchant marine and recommendations of the late pan American as well as tbe recommendations the Tha sub committee asked congress for ft na tional in return for which they promised to build their own ships in the United States at nn increase of SO tu 30 per Uy the flig of our country and in the nations peril to place their ships at the disposal of the govern With this national charter they would be able to negotiate for con cessions from foreign governments in of their establishing quick and direct connection between their markets and our The establish ment of panAmerican lines would effect a saving of fifty per cent in and a reduction of expenses to a corresponding and afford such facilities as would rasultin a material increase in the commerce between this country and Cen tral and South The committee on commerce has as yet taken uo action on the THE quorum was present whan tbe house met to and an adjournment was immediately taken until Tuesday A Fight Between tieuuto and is an in teresting fight going on between the sen ate and house over the urgent deficiency appropriation bill made up principally DC appropriations for government print ing and unless tbo deadlock between the two bodies is broken there may bo an Interruption of work at the government printing The senate added to the bill a provision for tbe payment of sal aries to tbe clerks for the senators dur ing the interim between the two sessions of Tbis would make tbe clerks a inuaf instead of session The hjuse refused concurrence in the senate amendments and now tbe senate ciem bars of the conference committee decllni to sign the conference report and perm tha other items of appropriation to be come law unless the house The house is steadfast in its determination to resist tbis and the senate is equally determined to have the money Jor too know of One day i received a not from the gill asking me to moetherafte eailyinats Then the confided to m that she bad two other bot wealthy young Sbe cared for ne ther of but her father dee mined to have her marry one of tham To be rronfc with her father I html for his daughter and told him I wished to marry He fiew into violent pension and discharged me at Nanette told him that I was the uly man she would ever He locked her up for but she educed a servant to bring me a note making an appointment in the She came and told me that her father had let a date for her marriage with a young man whom she did not When every scheme to conciliate her father had failed Nanette tcld mo there was ne certain way to dispose ot the md that was for me to spoil h r beauty by disfiguring her for sbe ar gued that the wealthy young man would not care to marry her if she was made Then she said we could marry and fiy to The girl in sisted on my doing so I cut a gash with a knife on each of her When sbe went home bar father en cor to tell who did but sbe re fused to and he would never have ound out but for the who told ilm that Nannette had come to meet Then I was arrested and sen anced to seven months Upon my release Nannette met me and furnisbed me with money to come to with the understanding tbat she would follow In a few Now that I am here I should to The papers the bavaTjeen placed m Collector Erhards and the chances are tbat Augustine wlU be sent back to was The crime with which Heed and others are charged is the m oplaiing of a switch on the Cen tral Hudson railioad The alleged crime was committed on the same night that the Montreal train wrecks near during the iavy Storm Along thn Todays suo storm was tnuch worse than the heavies in the line of steam crafts jVa interrupted and the sailin vesselsdid not try to move from thei Che rovenno cutters di not to venture A heavy storm of enow Is ragiuK from Band Hook o Cape Telegraph wires ar down St is feared there are wreck along tie coast that have not been re ported ion that The entire ill BavingiporpS has been ordered to patr their beaches and look out for wrecks The schooner Tale la ashore oa Dal The sea very high and fear are entertained for the vessels Keports continue to come Sn of th storm in New York showing fall of snow and tbe delay of proper Some fow of tbe ittlers receive atsistance from friends la but the great majority are irowa upon their own resources and unit starve if assistance is not forth The Times today ubllBhesa threecolumn article severely rltloising Booths scheme of social generation as set forth in his In arkest and the Way he article says the scheme may have ome but Booth is ot the man to manage He says do not fleet to regard tbe scheme with any ting but profound We urge e public not to conclude In a hysterical motion that Booth deserves to be iitrusted with an Immense sum of but wait and hear everything hat can be urged against the Olatmi Priority of The Adams Elec ric Street Railway company will soon ntersuit against the he the Short and other electric allway companies for infringement ol Wellington Adams of this the inventor of tha electric motor as applied to street rail claimsjpriority of invention over all other ant ls company will press the suits to the The suits will involve claimsagalns the various companies for millions o dollars ot It is expected tha the litigation will be second only o the noted Bell telephone CONDITION OF Weekly Kepott of Dun Oommerolal Agatnlt Organ The ultimatum o the Lake Shore road that all telegrapher on tbe lines of that road must retlr from the Order of Ballway Telegrapher or leave the employ of the believed here to be the beginning of general movement In that is understood that many of theChicag roads wilt follow the lead of tbe Life The result of this movement wl probably be the consolidation of the Or der ot Railway Telegraphers and th Brotherhood of Telegraphers in orde that loth may be better able to such a course should be decided upon Jtecoiuldered Bis 26 Star say that United States Treasurer Huston ha reconsidered his and hu agreed to remain in bis until tbe end ot Huston resigned In position I ot vital statistics of bus Issued a bulletls ot a special inquiry w in this The return of Conflagration ut general conflagration occurred here last night A blacksmith livery a general store and several real The loss is Keystone hotel caughl fire and WRS thresting the whole city with The first fire is thought to have been set by railway graders who were spending the day here getting mayor ordered the bow turned upon them when they ttcame rio tous ana tbey are suppoeed to have set the town on fire in It 1 rumored they have determines to lay the town in ashes before Shor work will be made of any insendiar caught at his work A During SNOW Wells a bold made his es cape from the jail this morning in ing The cells are large r about twenty feet and heatt wood fires burned in a T worth had selected a stout oak stick about three feet long and three inches in diameter from the fire and when the Thomas an old colored went up to take supply of Wellsworth wood for the informed White day tha he would knock him In the head unies be was allowed to go down stairs and ou when tbe corridor door wasopened by th White at once started for tho doo closely followed by anc when the prisoner made n break fo liberty Jttile Brimer grappled with him He was struck a stumming blow on th head which caused him to let bis prisons then dropped bit elub In ScoUsdale Bpe ialsas that a terrible explosion cc urred to day in tbe shaft of the United ool and coke caused by a kero BOB All of tho140 men employed n the works escaped through the cuts irovlded for toot Some of the scapes were The fire is till raging and bas already done im mense Every effort ia being made to extinguish the but the de truction of the mine is The mine is one of the finest in that Died on Their Wedding KAUSAB A special from says tbat and Strong had arranged to celebrate the tyfirst anniversary of their marriage yesterday and relatives were present rom various parts of the state to partici ate in the In the morning Strong and in the afternoon Strong passed Both were ap latently in excellent health and their mdden deaths were a sad the Heavy Snow In A heayy gale WowiaK torn the with the hermuineter 10 degrees above BOW has fallen all the drift ng anil street cars and ail way It is a bad night on the n Know stormi tn the NEW Severe snow as predicted by the signal service prevailed today throughout is Ohio valley and tfeftaasjerp beta has been muoh delay of railwRy NHtlonal Indian national In dlan conference was opened here thousand delegates were among thembeing several rajahs nut tfahoinmedan It was explainer hat the movement was a loyal one to the British and that the con gross was called to assist the govern Dent In the worte of social It la Talcott Thin Tal head boob keeper of Sage was arrested this evening charged with It is believed his thef will amount high up into thousand Talcott worked in collusion with B another book who com nutted suicide not long Wenther 28 fore cast The storm on the Atlantic coast i central to night between New York city and The snow will con tmue it the lake New York am New England states For Kansas r Fair northerly winds The Peodly Charles Mc an electric light re ceived a shock from a live wire while on a pole this He fell across tb which burned deep into his flesh producing a bluish smoke and a sicken ing He leaves a wife and f amilj Another Bftpk The Antonia special says the Waverlck ban closed today after a heavy run of elgh Sam faveiick is sola proprleto of the Bja has assigned all h The liabilities are assets Extend Itt STorthvuttr Railroader says It Is the intention of tb Great Northern railway to extend ita lln through to the Pacifio Broken Uown lr N 20v4 tout Alone Che Tb schooner Bill Btowe tuhore Ju north of here at The life saving over the wreek and saved the crew of six in the breeches Tha schooner Hurlburt of Glou cester went ashore three milna further Steward Ham roof of the New York Central OUnQbouso at West Albany collapsed his under the heavy weight of one man John was uurlu vl iriously hurt and bn sustained a fracture sad uasicuce were knocked overboard by falling spars and The remainder ot the crew uslnc88 Progressing Well Could bo Expected During Holiday J i he Volume or Baymentt Into and Flnnnolal From tn tho Show a stale ol Little Doing In the latlvo BTOP HEW Dun A Oas wosklj review of trade says ess has progressed as well as could xpected in a week broken by the Christ mas holidays and a great snow The holiday trade was remarkably here and at all other points is by no means evidence that the stringency in tbe money market prlngn from any general embarrassment if any business or The volume of payments into bantu continues though but about 8 larger a year Ballway earnings for the month show an Increase of about 4 per over tbe same ast Foreign trade is very The uncertainty ot monetary legislation and its effects is great but even this has a less disturbing influ ence than a year as tbe prospects of unwise exports seems more remote and the money markets grown easier than a week not only at the east but at some of the western and southern Reports from other cities disclose no important change in the condition of The wholssie business naturally slackens and is quiet at this point in the year the Indispo sition to act is rather increased by the tardiness ot At Boston the wholesale trade is better conditions at other southeastern citieo are not essen tially though at Pittsburgh Irsn Is at the lowest of the At points farther west of improvement after January 1 Is Trade there Is but fully las tyeats At Kansas CJty wholesale trade is cattle and bogs ate At Lin business bxcaede that of lost though W Or state loglolatlon ends to tttoroase the prevailing stela In the northwest the monetary Haitian seems rather Baptists rom the south indicate agmsr A storm of The heavt storm known here oo last Shade tress and tele rapli poles were broken and the wires ared wn for miles at ft The fire system Still itorra baa been severe here and travel is Eight inches of snow ell to and it is still doavy SCOTT Storm Ht city ex eriaoced the heaviest snow storm of rears last Street car and steam railway traffic was seriously The Wont ol tho snow storm in this state has been the severest of tbo Bailroad traffic is greatly Snuw In heavy snow fell today in Minnesota accompanied by a rapid fall in wore saved by the life saving The life saving crew went to the aid of tbe shot a line over the rigging and the crew came ashore in tbe breeches The schooner will be a total Will Betnrn to tbe Pine Bldge spe cial says The Indian council in the Bad Lands has decided in favor of the hostiles returning to the They are all now on their way Perhaps few may slip but the authorities feel tbaf tbo trouble is at last at an There IB still danger of serious trouble in oase an attempt is made to disarm the Unless tbis is done all the In dians will ba at the agency In a day or Xteady to Oome lUrtn Miles received word from Brooke today that the friendly mission ot the Pine Bldge Indians to tbe hostile camps in the Bad Lands has been and tlut the Indians are ready to come Several parties are now on thei Big Foot and bis who es caped from have been found on Porcupine creek moving to ward Pine The monetary situation grroVs noro satisfactory becauso trcasary dis lUisemeuts continue and arrivals of goll iave given and the enormous of sipeita svsr iapcrts s There has not been much activity in peculation this Corn has fallen wheat is coflee Jf and oil 4 cents The stock market has leen left to the and trad ng has been It is believed by all classes that the monetary pressure will cease after 1 at least for a and f no adverse legislation occurs trade may e expected to revive with It is a good sign that instead of increasing with he close of the failures have be come leas frequent and The business failures for tho past week were against 404 last and 388 the same week last Shot at B BONNI dance here last night Jim who was dancing at the dropped a re from hlfl Whichwas ex ploded by the and the ball struck Frank Sewaiii ia the right ing upward and downward tlio right lung and fractuiing theright where it The bullet has not been removed and tbe wound is a serious one with the chances largely against III A XMUfnlStktc of Dutltntlon la tlm New editor of the Wlnfleld and half owner of the Daily published at is in the and to your cor respondent be told of the destitution ex isting among the people of both in the town ffThore are hundreds of men about the streetsof Gutbiie begging for he are willing to do anything to get money to buy clothes and provisions for tbnir poorly clad and hungry The same conditions exist in Oklahoma City and How could it be when m alllj this territory been opening oksn little cotton find a fair of turnips t Everything sold In the stores is shipped from onside and are children going bare f aaa wltttotrttrtoper cloth the prlee of food Is biga Mtt death is by reMoaof afack North wittrn Miller says tbe mills last week ground against the week and the same week last The average daily out put has been decreased and tha total pro next week will be somewhat Tlie flour market Is without much especially in the domettio Liberal Bales have been made for but nt pretty low Editor Anthony Kite Shanghai at have been received bere that the steamship Shang hai recently caught fire at sea and was totally The disaster is under stood to havn occurred near Wubu woo poo on the about fifty niilesabava Tbe crew of sixty natives is believed to have been either burned to death or to have Additional advices from China confirm the logs of the steamer Shanghai and say thirty lives were editor ot the who was arrested recently upon the affidavit of Postmaster for publishing and depositing papers in the mails containing a lottery had a hearing to day before United States Commissioner Olough and was promptly the commissioner holding that tuoin no evidence warranting the Killed by la stray was and instantly killed at a late hour last The general be lief Is that ha was Billed by a stray bullet fired by some reckleis as there was a good deal ot indiscriminate firing tbe streets preceding the A jury has been closed doors on the uase all and a strong effort will be mada to dlucovet ttu Vnrnell Will Simtt announce that after the meeting between Parnell and OBrien a formal conference of the Irish leaders will be The aim ol the conference will be a reunion of the two sections of the Irish based oa tbe temporary retirement of Parnel titna the tot persons sal fering from leprosy havn Inoccu luted with lymph accordinj to the Koch The patients tire apparently rapidjy i 28 Sch noted Ut ou the Caledomsn Hallway which has steadily re fused to yield to the has practi cally won the struggle with its gtrlke Mw a result nt conference to there are pecta of the ending of the great railroad The M O 1m provemeot in tha railway The ;

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