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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 8, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Best Advertising Medium Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best HUTCHINSON The Largest J THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas FRiDAY AUGUST THE TARIFF Jnators Refuse to lay for Other Aside s Consideration Wll be Continued Until tno Meftanre Fur Gooil or which was to have displaced the tariff bill omorrow will be postponed until a fu lire probably Friday of next The reason for this change of program is a belief that it will tend to hasten the PBS of the debate on the tariff he Republicans arguing that the Demo riits desire acti n au the river and har inr bill earnestly enough to hurry the bill out of the inference Report ou the Sundry OlTll Appropriation Bill Vile IJeUolenar BUI the nr tue Mubatlinte for the j IrfMlee Kleotlon Bill Reported lij the i Senate Committee RMtrlctlnf Prlvl legea nf ublncae j senate met 10 oclock and call showed that there fere only thirtytwo eleven less ban A in After a ihort waiting a quorum was journal of proceedings read by the After some relinilnsry morning business tho Uiili ill wad takuu the pending question Joing of Vances amendment to re duce the duly on pig iron paragraph PBRO 25 from three fourths ot a cent per pound to per The question was taken aud Vances amendment was 17 There were no Uevutliout iroiu party linen on this TIKI next paragraph taxes bar 1UI and square iron from eighttentha of u cuul to one cent per pouud accord lug to Mo uiinutfa was rnaiti ia paragraph The next paragraph applies to hoop or blind or bcroll or other iron or UXIIIK it accordiug ta with a proviuo tuut cotton shall pay one IlllU cuut pur pound Uiiku moved to make tho duty on cotton tieb 3G pyr ad the present iud addressed the senate in support ot tuat of yielded to who presented the conference report on tue sundry civil appropriation and asked that the senate should act JFupon W Cockerel preferred to Halt until the report was Allison said that he would give a general explanation nf the report The he us it passed the bouse had carried and had been in creased by tue sunate about The net reduction agreed to iu tne con ference committee amounted to so tbat the bill carried under the conference report The changes rnadn in conference related flrat to puul Ic The appropriation for at nad been re Buued to tor Btaver Kan The appropriation for repairs of the Chicago custom huuft ban been cut down from to The amendment SB to tho Ijitiu American memorial library had been struck Also the provision for the expenses of two additional land Tne appropriation of for military poets had been reduced to anil tne provision for the acqui sition of additional ground in the Crown Hill at bad been Btruck All the senate amendments relating to national homes including that appointing man agers had also been struck out hat matter will go to the military committees of the two The provisions in relation to irrigation surveys had been postponed for further The conference report was ordered printed and went over till tomorrow without Hoar from the committee on priv ileges and elections reported a substitute Tor the election bill and It was placed on the The minority of the said dissented from the Frye gave notice that be would not ask the senate to up the rlvar and harbor bill until Friday ot next Aldrich said he was in hopes that the consideration of the tariff bill would be within the next Mitchell expressed his regret at the postponement of thu river and harbor Important works were now stopped in Oreg m und he would give prefer ence to the rivor and hubor bill rather than tn the tariff Edmunds wouldnt consent to any arrangement that would displace the tariff bill until it was ended for good or evil The conference report on the fortifica tion bill was but went over action and after an executive sea n the senate j THE in jimlUee of the proceeded with consideration of the deficiency Rogers of Arkansas moved to strike the clauea appropriating to Matthews in full for the un ed term of the Fiftyfirst congress lieu he was elected aa a delegate he territory of i Olunie of California ottered an Iment granting an extra months i the employes of the senate and Agreed to e bill having been disposed of in the I mittee all the amendments were ted to save that granting an extra salary to the senate and house iployes and then the bill wont over itil In motion of Mr Dunnell of Minne bill was passed applying the 1 nter f commerce law to unincorporated foe house then Offered Fur the Loilge Illll lij the teunte Another Gouferenoe agreemen reached by the conference on sundry civil appropriation bill upon Item of difference except that re to the appropriation of for turning the irrigation survey under direction of the survey struok out of the and conference win be necessary on thU Bill to be the reques of the managers of the tariff bill the Be of the senate commit on commerce have agreed that the substitute or the Lodge election which was eported to the senate ta seven teen pages shorter than the bill which passed the Among the changes which the senate committee made ore ho following All reference to tho sec Ion of the revised statute it was provided for the presence of roops at the was stricken co hat there is no change from the iresent law in that Tue house tohouao kauvasa provided for n thu bouse bill was stricken The irovisions for drawing J uries by commie iloners was leaving the law as at present ou the Tho penal flenses were eimpliUed and were made misdemeanors instead of The Hiaiahrneuts were the highest mniehment impomxl being eivto niprUoiiniefit H Jinn of us imprisonment for live yvuruand a tine of in the house Thu udge of tiii mrclis court before whom application is made for the appoint nant of Buperviaorn is authorized to ppointus supervisors any persona he may tiee not being CunnnoU in his ee octiou to the liHte f uruiahed by tho chief In cases where ballots inn caet iu thfl wrong they are not to be oiinted un ess the tally sheet shows that he votes for congressmen do not equal he number of names on the poll ihon enough of the votes BO wrongly cast shall b9 added to the tally sheet to make the total equal to the whole num ber of votes shown to be Whbre he election ameers refuse to administer he oath to voters applying therefor it is provided in the bill that the supervisors hall administer the oath and keep a rec ird but noeflorts shall be made to have the vote thus refused the object being merely to preserve the testi mony of the application and ArtnT orders oday were as follows Two and onehalf years of the sen ence are remitted in the case of James late private company Twelfth now iu the Leaveawurth mili tary Two of the sentence is remitted n the case of Thomas late private company Eighteenth now in the Leavenworth military Six months of the sentence ara re mitted iu tho case of Justin ate iroop Third now n tho Loivitnwortb military The following named officers will be relieved from recruiting duty by the luperlntendent of the recruiting service and will then proceed to join their re spective regimenta John Van Seventh Robert First in In accordance with section vised as amended by the act of approved First Lieut Twentieth is detailed aa professor nf military science and tactics at the State Agricultural col ege of Colorado and will report for duty Oliver G Howard is detailed as a member of the army tlr ng board at Governors New York convened Jby war department order dated November published in spwilal orders November from headquarters of the vice William assistant ad retired from active ser The leave of absence for seven days heretofore granted First Lieutenant Robert Sixth is tf nded fifteen The resignation by Beverly ordinance rtf his commission as secondlieutenant Third artillery has been accepter bv the to take effect July 28 Kaniaa hav been granted Kansans as follows North Law rence Ohetopa Johi Wsubaunsee Elmer Mauck Lerado David Wilson Tynor John Law rence John Wichita John E Greeley Andale Benton Logan Isaac O Winfleld Man tans Peabodv Home Herrinjrton Harry Rus Henry Pipe Creek Wm Glasco Frederick Gyp sum John Scammonvjlle James Topeka Ben R ib Oawego Samuel Chey enne AlphuB Harri son Parsons James Sol Oman Restoration and Wil Freeman luka Andiew Ohlneie Lauudrjmen Cannot Sec retary of the Treasury Spauldlng say that the department having decided tha a laundrymsa is a laborer a Chinaman who is the proprietor ot a laundrv would nut under the act of October 1888 b allowed to United State after visiting his native AloOook McCook will be assigned the department o with headquarters at Santa Fe Off for tha KAHBAS Third noted th only company maintained ite organization and member hip since left for Boston 30 ight to attend the Ulss Fanny daughter of the cap ain of the andttlsodnughterof he was a member of the party B commander of the first She R Attired In the army cnlorn and A ore a word presented to her by the TRYING TO Runiorn tlmt the HKnta Ce nnd the niliMourl Pnclflo Vflll NKW much has ten heard lately of the negotiations which it is known were under way a ouple of months ago between the Mis ourl Pacific and Atchlson looking o a practical consolidation of their outh western It has In fact ays the this been stated n Wall street with more or less clrcum tautial evidence to support the report bat the negotiations between the Atch son people aud Gould were at an ad and Gould was iu bad humor and utent on keeping up the war which o hurt the Income ot both last It la piobable it will not be very long before it is discovered hat tho rumora are far from the G mid is still in conference with the uancial mngnnuw controlling the Achi on and it is stated that very material progress has lipen made toward larmonuing the conllicting interests hiU have hitherto kept the roads opart t is iutitiitted that arrangements in pros ifct to be a irou trtilllc agreement iy whioh tue territory Is to be raMc allotted aud rates to be put MILLING utun of the IndUHtry at allune In MHltr aaye The Hour out ut fur last week fell somnwhat short ot he ilgurefl set for it on The otal Hour production for the week end ng Saturday was averag ng barrels against 128 000 arrels the week before and bar elu for the corresponding time in 1889 nd barrels m Low with Us manifold trials and s again upon the and steam once more being put into There were seventeen rnilla uncing producing at the rate if probably barrels per twenty six While aome firms have experi enced a demand for patents during he past theadvame in prices ne by the upward course if wheat has checked The majority of he mills have found it necessary to add 0 cents to 30 cents to their Some domestic of bakers are re ported at Per barrel The xport market quiet and A prand Parade of Odd was tho most mportaut and Imposing day in the Pat riarchs Militant being set apart for the grand At 11 oclock the handsome and im posing dress parade and inspection took ilace on the lake front with forty cantons in The great tretch of greensward was ablaze with he purple and and the nightly and the glitter of luruiBbed In the afternoon the arada was formed and marched through ifabaah avenue from Congress street to Twenty first street and back through Michigan To night there was another treat spectacular demonstration on Lake Front with military dia play the conferring of the decoration for chivalry for members ol he Rebekah and a grand exhibl ion of A number of banda furnished aided by a specially trained corps of Still Favora P father of the electrical exe cution said Voday in an interview I feel just as 1 have always felt on this There IB nothing against the system at and the fact is there has been a great deal of senseless aonaationa talk about the For instance the big story in regard to th sickening spectacle of coming from Kemmlera mouth ia If was a perfect natural thing and caused by the muscu lar contraction of the In fac u oarty of ladies could Bit in a room where an execution of this kind was go ing on and not see anything repulsive It the mistake of ordering oft the current BO quickly bad not been made there would have been nothing o PRISONERS Desperate Attempt of Boston Oon viota to ifty of Thorn Itefnaa to Work and Attack the Guards With Their hey ninke Their Way Into the ifardn and llegln to Knale the Onlitr Wiilm When Their frogreiia it Atoppetl by tho Hllle ShoU or the Neiitlneln Odloua Irlion DUolpllna the Uauie of the soae time past rouble has been brewing at the Charles ou elate having its origin in the bjection of the Inmates to submit to en orcementofthe Berryl method of meas The recent escape from prison t the unsuccessful attempt to scape of Chicken a notorious has served to keep matltire un but for several days there has een no decided This afternoon about 8 the convicts in the shoe uhop re used to obey the orders of their nd as if by some pre arranged 11 at once set up terimc nud inis ils of every description were sent Hying u till the windows on the orth aud west side being fnirly de They made a rush for the A express wagon slaniliug n the was pushed toward thu wall by a mob of over fifty infuriated onvicts but in the excitement it was The means of uafiatunce being the crowd rushed for tho various luutantly tua sentries begun lie at IIrut to frighten the but Other oftlcerB of the insti ution were quickly at hand aud with ravm revolvers soon massed the gang n groups after bard fight in which luoa were freely used and mauy of the onvicta heads were badly Word was quickly Bent to police head In a short time about 200 police officers etailed from the various stations reached he prison in patrol Upon their ntering the yard they were met with a ry of derision by the who were rmly locked up in their It is not bought that any of the prisoners were eriously wounded by the but as ie excitement has not yet fully subsided is impossible to say what the result of ie shooting Tne guards on the walls have been rebled and a large number of police ae msaeU ia the yard and while fty or more officers guard the streets aiding to the uprising te tty is said to have been instigated by Chicken A lllg Deal SAN Bale the San Jaclnto tin property in San Bar nardino county was completed yesterdn by the first payment of caei through the Bank of and th dewd was delivered to the th 8an Jaclnto Estate company of Gnirlanri The property consists of nearly acres south of Riverside in San Uarnan indo He Lett Uti KANSAS 7 John Muslin one of the wealtiest men of the diet at his home ia this city this morning after a short illness from Inflammation c the He was 60 years of age an haa lived in this county tliirtyeiahf years fle is reported to be worth He leaves a wife and no NEW Aug meeting o the joint committee of the Trunk Lines association and the Central Traffic auo elation adjourned today to re at Chicago August Blonnt Democrats of the Sixth congressional district i convention yesterday renominated Blount Weather til 8 Kansas Fair southerly shifting to northwester ly except in extreme ewttra portion staUoMiy ooole MOT UP TO NTANDAKI he Crop Keturna or Illlnola not of ASat lufdutory bul ottn is bused on the data returned by the ireas correspondents and the Illinois lorrespondents of the Illinois board of Tho past month has been me of unusual drouth and high temper atureand much damage IB being done to lowing cropB of every The orn crop and pasturage have suffered in ome portions of the state to an alarming Out of the 103 counties in linoia only four fifths complain lack of precipitation and its damaging effect on tha growing The effect on the corn crop can be estimated from the following condition as compared with an average In the northern division the condition is reported at in the central ai 79 and in the southern division at making the state average of about 8S The average of wheat harvested in rouut numberswas and the total yield Tne estimated area seeded to oats ia The average yield per acre for the state is 18 making a total yield oi as compared with last Young QirVa to Hoi beautifu young giving the name of Uollie committed suicide in this city today by swallowing three grains o She was viaitlng with friend named and later her supposed husband arrived from De Witt and astonished the sheriff by say ing his name was B At th Inquest he acknowledged that he had been He testified that bis correc name was Rickart and that he was no married to the dead He said tha he was a married but tbat bia wif bad sued for a divorce from him in Saliu It was his however to eventually marry the name was Miss Mary Morford Th dead girl bad been under medical treat ment for some time and her physician Bald that she BOOH to become Alla Well That Enda A little ripple of excitement occurred i Larned last being wedding o a away couple from the bride groom being Gary Myers and the brld Miss Emma who were marrie In the parlors ot the Lindell b Probate Judge A good deal o merriment was expected among thos present when the irate father and mothe dropped into the happy circle about tw hours alter the ceremony and swore ou a warrant for all concerned in the mat but concluded to drop the matter an swear off all when they foun Irteand that the mlachle had been Took man know as Arthur formerly of Welling who has made this his bom for tha past six suicided b taking laudanum at the Brunswick note HU a wife and tw Hfr reportedhim ilf as state for some kind of elec Ical apparatus and was here but a little the lime and made vory few acqualn He was about 80 years ot e registered at the hotel as from To and his wife did not know he was n the city until informed of his be Part of Klmcman he peoples convention held here Tues placed in nomination the following andidates a Clerk of District Probate a County the present County a oung lawyer of this The ticket with one con dered a strong Several of our citizens that have been pending the summer In Ohio and Indi na have returned and report the drouth orBB thete than president of Farmers nd Drovers bank of this but a rflsi eut of is in the city n normal IB in its scnrmd week now ith an of 130 nd VI L and 1 of ure the The Jiormalites ore preparing for a illitlcation aa soon aathe Wilson bill is gned by thfl The notice of H passage was read his in all the rooms Democratic convention for the Fifteenth congressional district met hern today to nominate a candidate for this being the district that Cannon has held for eighteen years Busey of was unanimous ly chosen as the Bueey was present and accepted the nomina An Bnicltahmana chief electrician of the in an inter view to recalled his denounciation of electricity as a means of execution be fore the British association in his experience proving the difficulty and incertainty ot killing even a rabbit with the most powerful induction coil ever When asked whether the power ful Layden buttery would effective to he said he did not think it the American plan wss ai good as A current system Insuring a large iiiaa tity of together with great in The great difllcutty lay in the absence of accurate as to what amount of electricity would b cor tain to produce without From ecientitlc pomt of visw the Karam ler execution waa a failure heyouil lie suffered intonco A Vigorous afternoon at meeting composed of the ves of the commercial organizations of Louisville and Kansas ity in connection with the Millers alionsl and distillers and attle feeders committee of the United totes adopted the following resolutions That our earnest protegt agalnet the njuat and uanecoaaary courHo pursued b the alhvaya embraced In tue Central Trunk Railroad and Hteamahlp Aaaocla on and tho United Lake llnea be Tbat we recommend to all ehlppera nd tbat tbey continue to make proteat alnet the enforcement of the apeclal contiact id that all clmruea which may be OB ompenaatlon torahtpptng undnr cuatomary con tlona and Ic aub fitted to proper Ibunalo for the uurpoau of testing their juatueaa nd Bopunlloaua Jarry latest lection returns received at the daily Vsios o files are that the Republicans have majority of both houses on joint be upper house is unquestionably Re while the lower house stands ue majority for tbe Republicans over ie The Alliance party has leuted members of the In ortnfttioa is Just received here thai Mil on candidateelect or delegate ut is not expected to The best medical in ludiug Joseph Pinquard and nave just left this city to attend im at his home at The Oklahoma department of the Grand Army is in session in this Rsynolds was reported at 7 oclock as Original Package Men Kan acob Leon and Fred Bobecker were ar ested to day upon warrants Issued by Commissioner charging them each with having sold spirituous liquors the Potawatomie Will Order a KoUuutlon or KANSAS Times to morrow will say that the railroad com missioners of an a result of a con fereuce with the Kansas have determined to order a reduction of freight so as to conform to tho Inwa sched This is ft reduction of about 10 poi The reduction will msiln oa all merchandise and grain and will be or dered in a day or Committed John who has been living on what is known aa the Fred Seamens in Ash Valley of this committed suicide yesterday afternoon by jumping into a sixty foot well that hnd ten feet of water in it at the When he was beyond all It is supposed that he was insane at the as he has been downhearted and melancholy for some Bather late In the wag brought yesterday against the assignee of the bank by the West ern National bank of New York for the recovery of its claim of The bank holds four notes executed by Gahr and endorsed by Each note was secured by collateral In form of 400 shhres of Fidelity Fire at A large bam belonging to Andrew Mich located near Pawnee river in the south part of the burned to with a large quantity of grain nnd J bia building was it tha old and marks of the Prompt work of he fire department prevented the spread of the o Indians of They orn Uommlesioner office aud their were taken Wagener at bond for be bis op learance placed at Leon and iohrer furnished the Bubeck has not yet given but bus notifled his Buperiois in Kansas City and he expects fllief from that The penalty for this crime of Belling liquor to wards of the United states is and two years in the Several package houses closed volun today because of the passage of the Wilson Couvlotea ot the district court today Thompson was found guilty of murder in the second degree and sentenced to seven years in the pen He killed one Hall at particulars of which appeared in their This Is the second convic tion for murder this term and none be fore in fifteen IN FAVOR OF General Ezeta Says Foaoe Pro posals Would be The Revolution In HnntemaU Inrrefle lag anil DlHflntlsrnctlnn Reigns Among its The Flight of 1roaldent Barrlllan For at Anj AffalrN An proanhlng a Crlala That Mint Hrtuc About Uariloal Heiulu One War or AnotherOreat llrjololnc In Ayrea Over the Ueatoratlon of CmOK Salvador dispatch says Mir an accomplice of the traitor und Commandant of Forces who aspires to the presidency of San Salvador have been routed and Salvador now free from marauding The diplo matic corps has made no proposition looking to though whun asked if offers would bo accepted In favor of G Kzuta answered in tho ailirm A special cipher dispatch from Guate mala says Revolution ia Inn toe rev luMiiniat who captured bus increased his forces by Itvrgn numbers ot deserters from the Salvadorlan tiou reigns supreme und the light of President Barrlllaa is looked tor at any Burunda bus stariiii a revolution in the north part of Guate invading Guatemala and taking a largo force from Ban Uentonn of Guate malas refugees who luivs been In NAVJKU aii t A Oaptnln Itofunon to Uavu Hla Veaael reiirrlKiilNewa at San SAK private letter trim Sun Salvador hasjustbeen re ceived The letter states that the exminister of the interior of Ban Salva who was seized by the Ban Salva dorlansat La escaped the next day and boarded the steamer Star Buck at La bound At Awosi la the fugitive wastransferred to the Pacillc mall steamer City of At La a port in Han the soldiers attempted to board the steamer to search Captain Clark com mandeu them to alsarin before coming on board aud would not allow them to take any passengers The soldiers re tired and Captain Clark made the same firm ctand at two other The fugi tive was finally landed safely at where ho took the next steamer for the United Uurry greatest excitement prevails here night on account of the result of the election of county offlcem This which givea ordinarily about Republican majority has today elected the entire Democratic ticket by majorities reaching as high The change wag brought about by the new registration law and the Australian sys tem of Quite 50 per cent of the negro vote was lost by the Republicans in consequence of these The elec tion was very but to night the Democrats are nolding high This is the first lime since the war that the entire Democratic ticket has been elected In this Routed the Kotwl SAN the Guetamalau consul general at this has received a dispatch from the Guatamalan minister at City of Mex stating that the leader of the rebellion against haa been routed by the tiuetamalan The vicepresident of Sal vador has organized a government lu Salvaderia in opposition to that of and is rising aided by General one of the most important men In the The also sut ed the Ezeta that many people in con nection with lUvafl among whom were many Important A emperor visited the dock yards at Portsmouth While he WBB in the town ho came near being knocked down by the horses at tached to the carriage ot Admiral Com naval commander In chief at As his majesty was cross ing the street to enter the admiralty after visiting the he was slightly struck by the horspg attached to the which was approaching the entrance Co the admiralty The emperor hwely escaped being knocked down by jumping nimbly Attempted Hulclda Aug tho muranrer queens gola service from Windsor was used l OMry Oufle mude an attempt to kill himself The warden of the Eloped Meyers and Hiaa Emma a young both residing eloped driving twenty miles to An irate father tn hot pursuit overtook them at arriving too late to pre vent the Happy reconcilia tion between all parties Milking It Fleumtnt fur ijueen gave a grand banquet at Orlean houao last eve ning In honor of Emperor For tysix guetitB sat at the Among them were Count Von the Grimin and Lord UnceaatlluOitlu days trot ting races Diwsoa won the Almont Wilkes second best The fioefotaH pace was won by second Alfred won the Mocking 3ird second best Two Hold robbers came in here last night ana after looking around for an hour held up Harry Fos a railroad at the point ot a re and robbed him of his They then fired at him but fertunately missed their They then went to where another railroad man was working at his and lecured his watch and twenty They then shot him through the stomach and cecapeil to the Biroud died half an hour Officers are in and If the men are Arrested they will be DeMrten NEW Super intendent of Police Byrnes tent out a general alarm to all police precincts to day announcing the desertion of 800 gall on and marines from the men ot war Chicago and and ordering their arrest By 10 oclock tonight fifty oi them had been caught And lodged in the police apecUl to the Rtpublie fioot Bacea at UOHUODTU win ners ot todayg races were Kil Grimaldl and Jenny For the free bold one and one jalf were only two entries Tenny and Klernzl won by a neck in prison was attracted by issuing from EyrandB cell and upon entering they found the prisoner half He had torn his shirt into twisted them together to form a rope and with it had attempted to choke himself to But for the timely discovery of the warden he would have at Buenoi dlipatch from Record enal work was done at Rush Park track by broke the 2 yearold pacing lowering It from to a full brother to lowered his record from to Broke Buenos Ayres giyg the election of PeJIe grine to the presidency has ular rejoicing The city in dncirated and A decree just prom 1 gated raises the state of siege and declares the liberty of the Tiro men broke jail Ike five feet ten inches about eighteen charged with house and William fire feet eight incbea light about eighteen charged witu grand She Lighted the living on One Hundred and Twentyseventh attempted to light her fire with The can burning her and her little niece 0 mouths Both diod in five Un the Wrong report of the liqui dators of the Panama Canal company bos been presented to the tribunal of the According to the report the total pxpendltuieg of tun company thus fu amount to The as on March 3 were Harmony BUENOS har mony prevails In the uew Saeney Pena hail been elected president of tha National Confidence Is Gold 11 at The banks are closed but will reopen are Pleated With the BUENOS from all of the republic report uni versal public enthutlum over the change tn the of today1 noei Wilfred wad Curie Au Kxodiu of exodus of from Russia has The Alli ance Izaiielits ot of is helping the Oltulera In Kadrld death from I n ooetuwo ia thU ;