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   Milwaukee Daily News, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1879, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                                THE klled himself this mdrnirg by tha cidental of hia Tho CFBIOSITY OF The Wisconsin Chi tlButcher Arrested Near He Admills ho Horrible Bulclipry and Claims he Must linve BeenIH RaiiiarknbJe Case of KidunpniiiKat Bnf falo tounsbury week Today the bears succeeded In market and wheat fell off I em dropped 9e from the prlcnsof ves Tho corn market has shared somewhat in the JVheatis forward Tho stock In elevators today is Stock of corn today is The flour market has been fairly active and prices adxane edfrom 50 to 75 cents per barrel onallj The have been small and sales were restricted by limited of CRAZY OAELANU a In to the H i on tllH nfffllr titintiM fcnln the affair should take Tha General informed thorn iio was The Reception 111 Honor of Baiting a dlapadb from General jSber man relative to a meeting the veter Elaborate ans of the army of He in t tended to Yosemlte next week andj J his future movements would depend iliousandsot in upon the nature of Shermans Of Nimble j ball h the young devil In human shape who sr cruelly butchered Sandy at Fulton Wis xvas arrested at Prairie du todav He rode across the bridge over the Wisconsin River in a BUS pitIons manner that tho bridgetender believed him to be a and fol lowed him to the he con fided his suspicions to esSherifr McGui having learned of the arrested tho charging him He confessed his unnie xvas xvas press I3 I t MINNESOTA B The State Convention at Paul of a Ticket and Adoption of a Platform Democratic state convention organized by electing for president James of and for Budd lieeres Battle Shooting Plowers and Thkga at tha Man SKURRED He thpriTore preferred the committee would wart till his return from 1osemito before lixing the date for the i EXECUTIVE CITY The to MPORTES Punshpt and Jackson Coci pletely Broken DownI TUK IS J HEST Brewing keg andbottlod thefirst prermum at j i FOR or irici shop Kx UUacil for bo the r Stnle r liniTrovwl or custom shir in5 alto gtor3 i first HaroKt r oity ran stock o Ing set apart for I Tlle Presidential Party Attend the Kansas Grant in containing ctata nt Grant and party tort tho lulacc Hotel at and drove directly I to the wharf and aboard the stsamjH v Amador of the Greek At 7 miiiutiis past elexen the Amador leftthe whoiiM uulmporlant placu of Committees en creden permanent organization and reso lutions were Hecess to i but said he had no obiectln Uie commission of the nntl claims he must have been Insane he done bheriff started with his prisoner for and was met en route by of Dune rantv with and he was taken to Loill aud will be brought to this cily nt tonight acd to JaaebviiitoinorroV Tiune is excitement in this city but no attempt will be made at lynch The boymurderer Wived hero at to with exSheriffMcGiuuis of Sheriff Ulan win of and Deputy Sheriff of Rook aud i was held at the depot several hours for the tram eastward This muier er appears Itfce a halfdead He talks and in sisted at first that he did not know what Ins was about tho act Was Ho that he hurt the boxy but did not know that hs died until arrested today then he said the fact of killing came to him about half an hour after it xvas done and he thought it best to ride to Janos ville and tell the But when he got started he went the other waxthink tot the people down there would serve hlu He rode on to Stouphton went reaching Sun Prairie at 2 oclock in the A null from this village ho fed the horse and got some apples from an orchard for and liiki down the fence until tunrie rest ween ho and at uooa i reached the bridge at the i river near Prairie du the niaiTat tiie bridge followed he faid and ha was glad of for he wanted to be ar He went slow al tfo forenoon so that he could be for ho knew there was no use of trying to pet awav and A fallow arrested him near the bridge and soiac ining to The abovc U his He is nothing demented a Of spectators there ue credit attached to poor Ho is evldeutiV i or Plcnd Guillr hours after the coroners acquitted Lounsburv ui1 crininal responsibility fcr the murder of htr bn complaint issued bv tiinani unami returned to Justice Smitj who xvent to the residence of ilrn and after reading he plra without Theconxcnlion reassembled at Thu temporary organization was made The committee on credentials reported all the delegations The committee on resolutions reported declaring the United States an indissoluble Indestruct ible demanding a rexieion of the declaring gold and silver tho money of the faxoriug reform in clxil and denouncing tho pres ence of army at the 1iic financial plank tiie occasion On board were Mayor Ii JapanesojCpn sul atid a number of leading to gether with the Oakland reception jeom As the boat approached the0at land wharf a salute of 21 guns direction of the citizens ijcoici Wharf and vessels lyiag ai tho gaily A junjo banner strtffpheu across the entrance to tho fTha party were met at trie bout by itayor Andrus and city and addrefespf xvelcome was deliveredjby the Grant replied by asilrmt aud withoutfurtlur words was cohiniictoil to a carriage in CarrlajrcsSiviili city citizens thronged today by crowd of no l w t than who had assemble hereto itttcnd tue5th annual district fa of this to welcome the Jresidcn rnd whoso coming ha peon extensively Soon aft 10 oclock the distinguished visitors of a wayT of supurxisors anrl clttzeiisSfoi various militiry compunltsA lire companies and organizations ifialc iog the proceeskii xvas formed on Brosd from the train to tiie fair a rulle Ulstant Ii Tho President aud Gen bhermaii escorted by tlws Guplto of headed th bar of the IGihUnlted States and company of boys less tban1 12 years old in Tbegronutis wore handsomely decorated and orna mcntid by viirlous productions of und At tin eiitruiicu of the grounds was an through which tho carriages and wheun readin the Grant and the substitution of greenbacks Tor knSrusm d htSugh the tona notes and free coinage of silver sed the line of companies was finally Ater further dis cnsslon the whole platform was red to the committee for The conxentlon then proceeded to it reached the head of procession where by n dclacbi liceiDstt out up wharf along the entire the streets xxere crowded iu was nominated house balconies and for governor on the first formal of Stearns xvas nominated for lieutenant The convention then took a At the evening session the ticket was completed follows Secretary stotx iehs ofLoSueur state treas Lyman of jammed with sightseers aud carriages bicckd the f the proeeEsion reached Fdur teeiith and Clay streets thero were fjilh school children ranged In line along both of from to Delegations weiv prcSnt from nil prixate seminaries and alltli he v her to fined by the constitution and its merits fcrrcd upon f amrtnd and paitv buiian Iheir review of 1 The powers not thereby coni the i the j compniilcd by re sanir America or to The pre the cltv senatiou la their separate integrity of Slur the just powers of the union and of thtr I xxhen he lt Probitiod io compelled bv thu first r are reserved to the states re sang part of an harmonious the maintenance of the national authority Wiltound fchool band they reached fiani 4tid o his i r i tc then nroctedtd ttirouirh and of local selfgoTermncnt as is i jv decoratd U essential to the perpetuity of our i and xve shall resist ailinti tempts to dismember tho union by niil nni and 4f M tho avilion on HarilEfe where they irrixed at P lj the droxoto Undircr s park to attouii the camp fjro 6i tu soldiers ai agonizing tone she pleaded The justice announced defer further proceedings until this lp tle meantime friends of MFS Launs bury arriving and fingagc l jjounsbury is quieter this morn She realizes the enormitv of her ciime and esprcsReswilllngnecs to suffer the ftili penalty of the f has been for Saturdii nt Christ Bishon Williams lit Bishop of and a largo num ber of clergymen will be Irst Charles of Little Tails tel egrapt called on the aaunbier of onsof our prominent citizens it iier Schuyler represented to the frirl that he was in the employ of her who had Injured inthe fall of c and dejlrejd to see She accompanied KciluvJcr to place where he said her father was and as the two entered the he locked the door and told the girl was a prisoner until money hud been paid He then forced her to cop tfn following part of a to her which he had DEAE ask you to give this five hundred for unless lv raises that sum within a he is rumedV He1 pledges you his xvrird honor that shall be returned to you i in sixty tills he has no security to offer oxcVit whom he hasin must haxe this Enm immediatelv So long as I think you intend to pay this just solong shall Ibe kindly dealt but at the hist incllca AUhis point the girl stopped wilting and begged to be promising to raise the required gum and bring it to On her swearing disclose what bad she was released and yesterday told Schuvler was arrested and confessed today crime On his person was found the letter to the father of the girl la substance that he had his son tix years old in custody and would tiira on the paymeifof if notforthcom the child would be Schuv ler was tieU tobail In The names arid residences of a number of children of people fcund with s t the of tho west aro compelled hmd to pay to moBopolUtB of tho cast HUM hard present system of is un and ana w pork irid rnff V and oppressivu We i cfetri had sabidrd Gnint of freo I his old oomranes i Gentlemen Armies and anl xrry proud or tnc xveicorate you haxe given I am partid will anjl soldloiji icy ofthis We demand the thorough n vision o our patent laws to tLu that the innocent purchasers of wunufactured using the same good shall be protected from tho harasisig erected xvith great ex pense ami artistic and bninuWt witli the products of the In a brief speech a welcome to tiie president on behalf of tho fiilr He was followed who delivered the fol loxviiijnijdrese Ladios and Gentlt1 menIn IcG xvasiidmlt ted as one of thu the with only alittle over population Iour years of hloodyi and devastating war folknved her adrulaslou aud the eastern border of tho lid waste during this The time und moiiey of our citizens and the lisos of many of our bravest and truest xtere loyally contributed to iiiil the tmtUiiml in the of its Let us briefly for of our distinguished us couJpare Kansas In iKiij with Kansas had then but SOT puiiuliiMorii wo ii populii utiou of Tho total tiHinssed valualion of property then to only tb 130 niilifsj of railroad theii whilo now we have ovr Wo had o pormaiicnt suhool fund then IUAV lave inJnteiejt bear fig sufllelent echnol land vet unsold to sxvell thlsamount to Our annual schoolfund iii KsCj nut against Our school houses iiumliered Ut nearly ad no state Institutions xvi now lijsve an asylum for dear nntl dumb and alsu fur two asylums foria sano In successful and are We have a state Xor mal agricultural tutloiis of which we reahonb fi iilid are hivu penlteotiax all iu and co prgpriatian to jirovldv n reform rhe cast wiig of the house flrilsherj anil work on xvest wing is rapidly In wo had ini IIOR wu havi 275 aii iio ing for our stst und i its We theii had but j organized counties now w have 75 four or liv others with sufficient populate for the In 1SC5 found m with but ot land In nulllxa now XVL have thei produced but wheat over in nUelnc Ivansaii front among the whpai growing suites of the the of corn amounted to but about bushels in Itamounted t I NEW j outesit tJupt tin trig ithe night and morning hihns brought his stomuch tubjocllon j is color is In reply to u ques he sain Im At 2 oclock nttentlant left the building The hoy ut the tiuio clrollngthe truck at BU easy Hazeal also on tho at broke ioto u xeiy roused the colored then u rattling At une jf the Hart stepped ton near thu his imd it xvts budlv He Mien At G K Inj i to thif but the pain coiuptlled betlnies to lean against the He improved s pronounced an unmanngefiWo i f Guyon eouipluiua of the J liard good for he ut death on He xvent ofi j tne track nt lust night and j ut this mil hus i He looks iii is carefully itI ils Hisvoiiditloii is ery thougfi nof ndmittel bv Thi boy Jiieksiu l the track irirly this He looked in a terrible iaxonls friends say he is fur the rst Ho makes The feot of Federmeyer Krohne has not eaten innsolid his lierrltt Is in Taylor will CLI llrf4 II I Aibunvs Wore slight shock xxas felt here at o It xvas from o the i tins thejf for si LPW cc Je of the und ora f r is are Occ llfntaia and und Sumatra riJOJI ilfK bten frn Pacllio undred miles in llrns At 12 oebck the t IC Tavlo wristiii rrjathl air 1 the charuphmsiiip at Aruri I x at i a wealthy o and fivouinir u fautnrv fit Piano was aifcost cnririly fcy DBESS GOODS Ai a oclock the 0 Unwell ll unis iltrritt Tiiyliir At oclitiilftha 17U left thi at l iaiue on again at liad of the bv camp the very FtiiT lie at but gradually and ihen all on the AsEnnrs comnleCd his tho trei Cheer after cheer xvent up in whoIs a great fvorlti ivith uiadohlsoCOlh xvlm been Rfinp luir tiirneii his at and chcurlujr was i passed Mi urul 5lh amid frea BO nt hi seems jto W losiui Uu r first j at the bettln Hint total liottinj far ularly haiijiy to see the gcmd coraiallty eslstlriK of the two and I have Uie abidintr faith that this good feelins willalwaxB united xve Inve and com is the money of the constitution no country acd all paper currency should bo alairWed timtsconvertable in coin at tho option of the holder its volume fhould be regulated by the business Of the That we favor unlimited coinage of silver willing do us peal to an cans I am xvj to meet u Tmv will f e Dorf ril w in ar fnt coin and Itslmmediate to its peae Uud onsinal place as genuino reform ic civil service of to tho end that honesty and tfllciencty slnJj alone be the tests of public emploxrnent Such a reform to be should the Af teithe speech general left the park aud took the care Brooilyn Station to return to the waiting nrrxr minutes for the fraifi crowd gathered arourjfl an immense not only be put into the form of but hould also include the abolishment of s and a number of ladles madetheir xray through all euuum also mcmuo me abolishment of gtructlous to take hmroy the hand iuperlluous and such a wholesome little who VuuId not reduction of salaries that the expenses j reaching him on account of tic lupon took her In his and d hrj maxim that that government is best wsieh governs bestows upon citizen the young Icdv whoso attempted abduction was sent to day is Miss Emily voungest daughter of Townsecd EVB Star publishes an interview with Senator chairman ot the senate committee to investigate the affairs of the Freedmaid In which thy sena tor Is reported to ead that iiias he was the onlv mernberj bf tho committee at present in the ho felt constrained to keep a padlock to his but said When do our there will ia Etartling rex which I cannot now speak of There Is one great I find our ex pertshave In balancing tho books and that is just when they reach that point which ought to lead to some Important ttattaieoorfour pages of the ledgeriiro torn want to do is to Induce congress to bay the Precdmitis bank building and tho property up to tho corner ot IGth Tbe Whent r WWiJJMDUCll J the public peace and xvhile it affords tull protection to life and prop lean ee the habits and cus toms and brfsiness of the people unfet tered by sumptuary class legisla tionior extortionate Seventhr We demand a and an honest count of the voW3 cast at all the inalienable right of American Tho presence of armed troops at the polls upon election day and of partisan officials ciolhed with power to arrest ant Imprison voters without legal pro is intolerable in a free accompanied cf 1JEXIS EEAJtXEr called at tho Palace today and sent his card to hut the declined to receive the party tolhj general as htf ui about in and will probably reach 125 million in and be rncrubered that there is yet H million acres of land in our stato taut has never been touched by upon which many thousand Industrious emigrants that are seeking locations can maije for pleasant profitable acmes Our state debt is only of this is owned bv permanent sdiool by state unlvbrsltv hy state normal lea only that Is controllet the Our bonds are i the markets tiTthe obligations are met xxith as tliny Ue aro creating no dibt but pay our way as we and cave ill ihu troasurv with which to do J F3liow I hus fariuily referred to the progress matin since Isfij and called your attention as xveilas the attention of your guests to condition of our state to which in lie name and oh behalf of extend to them a cordial without ed by a premium Our promptly look into thu future nf Kansas so of Ijeaiiut in mind IniUlbiv nost reatn along n intii a V IU which of the walk Koxrolls se miies 1 iiipj This put him laps aheaiTof Westons recor same in the mutch forthe It altio made hirn 4 lap ahiiid of the belt howell ran most of his i thii ligures liio loomed board at the ot handd was fairly audience chouted u the band played Gud save Jackson and Ianohot are brcKen Thev contest for the Astiev fi greatness In citizen is tho president of I have not only the pleasure tiujfuishcd honorof ono in xrhoiu is combined Iji a Christian hut the uing to you Ih of these a direct blow to the rights of all adopted citizens and I suited only to schemes of desperate partv determined to maintain political power at all Nexer again by fraud or force shall tho will ot the people con stitutionally be nullified by treasonable conspiracy of unscrupulous Resolutions were also adoptca con demning the republican administration j for unnecessary extravaeance In ei demanding legislation for railroad and elevator corporations In the interest of the people and t condemning the mismanagement of state Institutions and especially the squandering of public funds by officials of tho state asylum at far a i past tho grain market has been cscited and ran up rapidly theshotts bid Ing freely to The receipts of wheat were footing tip of fie point Teaelied for wheat was yastlrday irten the settling price tor No 2 Winter was 25 and Southern amber andfollz named from 25al jar the treek the sales werl stupmenls for An Iowa Torrn hr Fil epecial to the Stato Eegister from Car roll reports a disastrous conila cration there this resulting In a loss of to 1he greater portion of the business center of the town is wiped The nre origi nated in Henry Chapmans saloon on JFourth Two hours had done all fhe Tie Masonic i and Odd Fellows church and over 40 business houses were burned Insurance distri buted in theXprth American of Phila the Traders of iha Gome of New the thjj Springfield flre arid the Amazon Ot the Pjra Associatlod of the State of Des Molnes rDu of BebulldlDg has already Adopted br ihc executive of and in Nuiion iit Ntvr VorU V NEW The joint esi ecutivo committee of Eastern and WesU crn jailroads closed its nt Com missloner Finks offlcu by ing the followingresolutions J That beginning with Oct l all east bound frelghtto be charged at agreed tariff and that no daira of consignee or other cartv for any rebate or concession oil the ground of uiiy written or verbal con agreements or underfitaudinjri prior or subsequent to June shall So recognized except by process of a EesolvedJ That each railroad companxi fast freight line interested IntuJveff written notice to that and all par1 appear upori by to ties the this are whoso names list submitted when not provided such rates5 elements of excellency ISuthtrford Lud cheers At the close of the presidents remarks the crowd gave three cheeis fur the president and three for General At the close of platform on be half of thu presented the presi dent with a splendid buckhoni which was beautifully and manufactured from of Kansas dinner was held on the grounds and at 5 oclock tho company ground I the train and departed for Em Iho display at the Neosha fair was credtabe in everv xvay and the arrangements worthy ortheas putty will proceed special xto Topeku and banta je to Fort Dodx tonight ana return to Topeka the changfls of rates as adopted bv thlrf and that they submit copied of said to thei chairman of thleSi joint executive that In addwi lion to such notice the chairman give aji written the same effect to eachjJ ry Efirtshasjaotneoryas to thocauso Paring further convert mentscid tVhiiye been made that United Btates cousul at Hong tt communication of Wells at iys and which has I been telegraphed east from San Fran was today referred Io Secretaiv xvith an Inquiry as to the truth of tho The secro tary said that against charges xvas merely promoted by ho having held office under Jrsvlous Ills confirma tion by the senate as consW gennral at was tardy but Secre OOLirii his name a SwiL uvestnil tin uxpidkiuji xxith uystery and that the Ubionon which his langcrof the authm Hianley then him an Us this or trie nn Ih ui tin fitwimcr at Gr ii FAKCY GCOBS liLo rife iibsollaion to equout public tln Fivrch arriba In a Vi to Gcrniaiiv and Franc has s annual UNDRES Pits Cincifliiatl Loais Eailwav rcu ilirxt to Till iXD NEW Jrescnts huiiprior ca cast Irjm HUwauki train out counoction tfco pasio he iouths Iii thii Cuncr 1 I The wheat excited the past ttvo days iu I ConsideraiUe The best foreign kinds ueailv two j shillings po ijunrtcr JlondaW I Hie i moyerueut is uidcd by tlw reeurreiice if heaxy tho lateness oi quality of the taneous speculation in Paris anil j failure of largo California i Kuyter from Nexv Sjepteiubcr for this is agroiiudin will probably float next aud if leaving Uilwanliei at cciccslMt nuylotliiTconivotiiiR ii ot in the nUernoor ih iu effect i hnhnj Cwmbrlilse jaouia kours iniok tJno quo cd on the WaHT i IhflanHUaiUuKuu s raiuiiux cius irotu i i BOOK PATFN i ii i i i DEEiUTY XV i LV ilAV 1IJ j F t fuiMi csr i c a t r i t I Chicago to Columbus No 28 i MJ XV s js Ill 1 1 L i NOCi j from Ohio g 1UVBLI1TG SALES IfVEKYBOPl Ily tlii llcite yea V IHPOltTANT TO i niMiit it Dil t 10th I hr liuiEi unv iahie tiiiio i I irjia from fiiii r NO 1C Dilivcw ol WuiH OK I nflice lieuirtnjcni Is propariusMiroi for carrying tho mails in Ixorth and South CaroUuaJ Ala Kentucky arid which willbe publishiii j in and Uiu openingxtiii lir in November The mail serviv these proposals bo about as on all roads where scivicv Is now it xvIIl nil semiweekly service wiil r ui Jcrwy Cl1 TICKKT IJJ IIANPOLPHST anil Cjol I Ulilaaito inrtue ru JUie it dl ati XXtrn i i M GviiI IaeiierjJr AT 379 East Water rcalotrnto outi asthe action of His comi s That no verbal or contracts or understandings will hereof ter be aade or at any varJa direct or from the agreed tariffs In quantities or dui ration upon any business which corned under the organization and control of any other roads represented in the joint committee or such other connecting roads as wUl make themselves patties to this 1 Poclflc f SAN Uie banquet committee waited on GenJ tionpntUe subject the sbcretory aid hat auj investigation has biien made into Chinese Gen Stahloftho consulate at who IsiOonslderfjrl one of the moat com peloatand upright men in public serv is empowered to conduct tho In Until the receipt of his re port any action of the bxarts would lie manifestly premature ruid unjustWith reference to iloseby 8 having been In correspond ence Wiley the secretary sai Of the departmenthuoxTS eparmenuoxTS F nothinfi of any correspondence ot Consul ThopabJ McseDywIfi persons not In tte public r to and all country towns acd court have daily Offlcial Brussia is intriguinc with Afghanistan and says Had IMsiia create difficulties for Ehir would have liberated Abdul pretender to the Afghan whom onthju she Is watchiiig in Sainepenrd and j Ciuid and preventing ii flight to Afghanistan Jhe J5use concludes as fol Exents at Cabul and in Tur corman territory to prove tho ne cessity of understaHdinr England and 23 o north wall of Evans soil mill i casing a loss of probably large quan tity seed was stored lathe build I Accidenmll Driyt one of soldiers f year In tho WO ut Sealed proposals will iji this ofllca until for tho dtliviiy from the county bv tu hail cord to tn piwr of th ci ilout of tho Bidders will stato 111 Tiio sueeesslu hisxvqod racks so tain oue cord of wood with tho divided iu equal have tho xvorHs county xvooU each side of bis Contract to esplro Bondd la the penal Siuj xvui vio Blanks for bonds and bids will lie iir aish id by thlsi office uu By orilor oftlio as to on Poor Couuiv Cle OliIfE OP totXTY CtKISK I ililwuukoo proposals xviil by thia oilke J oclock fur f urnisliiD all aiatti tl and Uo tw work of n at the ce of couulx sum of lions on flitiif tho o Bidders sta o for the jub oump riijuira in t Blanks for bonds and bids furnished on By order of the Committee mi Puuiic ssptiStoseptSO   

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