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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas will Pay You to Your Business In lie DAILY Advertise I HUTCHINSON Advertise IN THE DAILY IMEWS SATURDAY JUNE IN Silver BUI Again Baforo the Senate and a Lengthy Debate In Hotli rnuchtw It Laid Over For Fnturc ge From the President In Regard Landing of Armeil Forces nt r Resolution Adopted by tatloiial Executive Committee on of June senate ed to the further consideration of ver Plumb addressed ite on tbe elieved it was the all but unanlm ion of the people of the United lat a very considerable increase jfeyolume of the currency was nec and he was reinforced in that be y the investigation which he had He declared that ilation toiiay was the farmers of the financial leg 1875 although the Hal business of the country had within that amount of money which the if the United States hid got for action of their daily business exceed He be it was less than that narrow foundation had but an enormous structure of up here and there by de t various and kept swelling while the base on which it did not grow in proportion to tbe The senator from New York was at par the mints should be open to free The country needed an expansion of the currency in a safe way and this bill provided for Walker of spoke against free The demonetiza tion of silver has not had tbe slighest appreciable effect on the depreciation of More money more Perkins of all love In tue course of an argument to show there was sultlolent rfokl in the world to supply the money he was fre quently interrupted by Payson of Heard of and The energy of his taken in connection with the heat of the was too much for to the merriment of the he dotted hit coat and proceeded wilh nls speech in his shirt Bland of Missouri inquired wheth er it was in order for him to offer an The speaker replied that it was Bland said that he could only pro test against the denial of a right of a member ol the minority to offer an as a member of the committee on weights and mess had asked whether he would be al lowed to offer The free chairman coinage bad re the inspection of meat products subject to interstate The bill is in tended as a substitute for the bill re ported from Senator Vests select com rmttue on the transportation nf dressed and is said to be acceptable to Senator It provides for the inspec tion of animals at the slaughter houses where killed and Of canned moats at the establishments where they are put An KxKansas Poatmaiter June Post office Inspector Hathborn has received information of the near East Fair of Sidney late postmaster at It is said that as soon as Wangeer saw tbe announce ment nf the appointment of his successor he Subsequent investigation showed that he was a defaulter to the government In quite a large TROUBLESOME Reports of the Tongue Blvor Mas sacre The Settlers In That Section Said to over bo In a State of Great Army I Hiscock had tile wealth he yesterday de but property if the were true way was Plumb that that senator and commit i finance committee were piling ectlve duties If tuere waa such health and soundness and proi Iwhy not let the tariff alone and financial system of the country His idea was nut only should the of the national bank circula f made but there ought to be added j at as much as would result ho free coinage of He was p to abandon his idea in favor of Bney and to widen the base of the by adding to it all the at the United States mints could According to tho best data IB less than sixty million dollars jf sliver mined every yem Iu iho Ol that sum used in arts and could be used in free to be remembered that the na bank circulation was being every the amount to be retired this plug as much as lost last ut the reason why we will not lose h this year is because the banks retire their circulation below a 4 proportion without loosing their We shall therefore lose this withdrawal of national bunk all lation all that could be got by free Plumb went on to speak of the bill in connection with the ques The senate had been 1 I MS ovod in di B ie N ed to yesterday by the senator few York Hiscock against 1 in the sacred name of uld not call it although he SI K not know what to call fore he got but ta name the senate was xjkeep silver Silver n American A much product than many which 3 be protected by duties of 200 er r under the coming tariff uld like to ask the senator from who was so anxious about n what he Intended to the tariff bill which would pre j United States from having jn commerce Be hoped that it interpret the senators re that point as a hopeful augury in of that senator in putting into the bill now before the i v A bill which would e price of nearly every thing used of the I silver bill was then laid aside and hate took up the bill to authorize iopace to issue Jn the aid of railroad Hi then is a house bill and was passed from the president in re to the landing ot an armed force be revenue cutter McLane at Cedar f wan read and re jo the judiciary from the committee on In reported a resolution which need calling on the secretary of jerlor for copies of a commumca id correspondence on the subject uders on the Indian Territory and feport as to what steps have been Ito fulfill the treated obligations Tflie Cherokee and Ohlekjistm im in regard to preventing such t an executive session the senate Sled that It would be so e did not want to change any gentlemen acting with bad but he did charge that there had been neglect in carrying out the promises of the com The gag law had been placed upon the Why had this been doneT It was for the purpose of passing the bill through the the purpose of which was to demoralize That was the object of The bill was a Wall street sot erne and a gold bug scheme to change the ratio between gold and It recognized silver bullion according to its gold Sliver was being mur dered in the house of iu He especially criticised the bullion re demption arguing that it would prevent any appreciable expansion of the It would hold out the tempta tion to the secretary of tbe treasury to make inlllijna of dollars out of the spec ulation in Wall No congress which had any regard for the officers of the government would hold out such a The free coinage of silver would not only appreciate silver but would depreciate gold bullion and bring the two to a parity and some men cried out for dear money and cheap It was a Wall street cry and he had heard its echoes on the Tbe government must either issue fiat money or Rive unlimited use to gold and Kerr of advocated the bill as a long step in the right Dorsey of said that if Secretary Windom had purchased and coined the maximum amount of pllver allowed under existing month there would have been no need of thin discussion unri IIB would have strengthened the administration of Pres ident The house at 5 oclock took a recess until 8 The evening session to be for general debate on the silver THEM Justice Ulller Benders un Opinion In the June opinion was rendered here today by Justice sitting as circuit in favor of the receiver of the Kansas and Texas Railroad appointed by the United States circuit and the receiver appointed by the state corns of Under foreclos ure proceedings the United circuit judges for the circuits of Kansas and acting jointly for the reason that the road lay in both their in 1888 appointed a receiver for the A nun named Olles was appointed clever for a part of the road by one of the June Edward Fourth will visit the camp of the Georgia militia at during the period of its encamp commencing June for the purpose of instructing the troops taking part in the By direction of the secretary of war a board of ordnance to consist ol John Charles Stanhope is ap pointed to meet at the army building Mew York on June 24 for the examination of such lieu tenants of the line as may be authorize to appear before it with the view to a selection for transfer to the ordnance The following named officers will re port in person to the board of ordnance officers appointed to meet at the army New York on Tuesday June for examination with a view to selection for transfer to the ord nance department Second Lieut Bever ly Third artillery Second John Fifth cavalry Second John ar The ordinary leave of absence grantee Charles assistant division of the Missouri is changed to leave of absence on of Leave of absence for two to take effect upon his being relieved from duty at Fort Is granted First John Fifth artil So much of paragraph special or May from this as relates to Recruit Arthur mounted Jefferson Bar is Leave of absence for two from is granted Orin ordnance with permission to remain beyond the sea under the authority heretofore granted I the leader of a gang of six railroad men playing and when asked if he who have been systematically robbing would have something to eat freight cars of the Denver and Rio No what I am here foris He Grande railroad at Sal for months Two other arrests were made at Salida some days The goods stolen are said to have been and the value alleged to be Very Unsatisfactory State of Affairs Kxlnt at the Green Bay Wis Menomlnee Indians are Very Mnch Opposed to the Uhanglng at Agentx and the Newly Appointed One Has Not as Yet Taken Charge of Bis June secretary of the Interior has received a telegram corroborating the report that a white man was recently murdered on the Tongue River reservation In Montana by the northern Cheyenne The settlers in that section are said to be In a state of great Reports received at the interior depart ment show that a very unsatisfactory state of affairs exists at tbe Green who was some time ago nominated and confirmed as agent of the Menomlnee at the Green Bay hag not been permitted as yet to take charge of his The I n it is are very much opposed to a change of agents and to show their regard for tbe old agent and to if his being deposed they have made such hostile demonstra tions as to apparently intimidate the new agent so that he Is afraid to exercise his In order to bring the matter to a conclusion Secretary Noble has tel egraphed Kineay to take charge of his office at once or he will gee that an agent IB appointed who will do The Green Bay facts regard ing the reported uprising of Indians of the Menomlnee reservation at Keshena are that exAgent Jennings is on the res ervation and refuses to vacate the claiming the property has not been re ceipted He suspend ed by Inspector Cheauey Wednes day whereupon Jennings denounced Senator Sawyer and Inspector Cheaney in the most bitter and violent Agent Inspector Cbeaney and Special Agent Frank Lewis have left for the It is a matter of current report that a conspiracy exists to eject the party and other government officials the That the Indians will not hesitate to use and that OAPTCBB Or A The Leader of a Dangerous Gang Behind the June of the most sensational exposures of crime ever recorded in the Dakotas has just come to Frank a has been living on a larm in Lovell Dickey a little over a He is an honestlooking and industrious His neighbors have had no suspicion but that his character was all It turns out that he is not only a horsethlef of the most daring but that he had es tablished a rendevous for stolen prop invited Salvon Salvon went out and Trezza shot and killed He also fired five shots at Salvona sonin but missed The pris oner claims that he shot in self TRADE Texas state courts und it was on his suit to secure possession that the decision against him was rendered The cose has been under argument in the United States supreme court room for the past two days before Judge Purdue and Caldwell of tnt Texas and Kansas circuits and Justces Miller and Lamar who are assigned to these One object sought by this suit wan to have declared invalid the sale of the East Line and Red River located entirely within the state of to the Kan sas and Texas Railroad but the judges decided that it was not necessary for them to pass upon the legality of this sale in the present as the sale was affected a number of years be fore the foreclosure proceedings were A board of survey to consist of Henry for assistant adjutant und First Second recruiting will assemble at on the 8th or as soon thereafter as for the purpose of reporting upon and fixing the responsibility for damage done to certain clothing on hand at the recruiting 10 South Clark and for which Henry Seventh recruit Ing is Sixth District HILL June A congres sional convention of the Farmers Alli ance met here today to nominate a can didate for congress for the Sixth in opposition to the Republican candidate who recently defeated Con gressman Turner for the The convention is a secret one and no news of the proceedings can be obtained until a nomination is The convention at its evening session took several fruitless but finally a stampede was made to of Lincoln who was The sessions to day were stormy feature being a fight sessions by a large the No tbe disturbing against secret minority of bueinesa was transacted beyond the choice of Frank McGrath of for temporary and the appoint ment of the usual iwer 01 snts ri eoull Ml Lent l i THE HOUSE June house etlreU ore to committee of tbe whole on tbe cey of Iowa laid tbat tbe country I with alcou traction of the nkswere calling in ttt be that figures would show aa Tboney in the United States per aa there ever had but wan an absolute shortage The pending bill t to give the country an increase the contraction and even practically a free coinage bill jtpacity of the waa i output ot tbe mines was The free coinage of every dol American silver would be about yet tbli bill proposed to give a year of legal tender treas WIII be the Controlling Issue June national executive silver committee today adopt ed a resolution to the effect that incase a were satisfactory measure for full restoration of silver to its former place as a money metal be not it will call a na tional silver convention in which the Alliance and all other indus trial will be invited to join with everywhere with a view of sinking politics and mak ing the silver question the controlling issue In future particularly in congreialonal in the next election and advise that nobody be sup ported for congress or the presidency who Is not In favor of such full restor The committee regard with un alterable disfavor any bullion redemp tion To Hake Bight Hours a June house committee on postoffices and post today bad under consideration tbe bill to make eight consecutive a work for postal PostmasterGen eral who was op posed the insisting that its provisions were On a Pleasure June president and Harrison left Washington this afternoon on the United steamer Dispatch for a short season of recreation on tbe Patomac river and Chesapeake June Pad from on agriculture WU for Defeated the June onado township yesterday voted on the question of bonding that township for to build a sugar The elec tion proved tbat a majority of the voters did not care to cast their ballots for a barefaced bence the sugar mil It has been known for some time that this was a rank boodlera scheme calculated to pu money into the hands of not tbe farmers but two or three boodlers of tbat town The majority of the people are heartily glad that this fiasco baa line interstate KANSAS June crowdi were present to day at the interstate en They were attracted there by the drill of the competing zouavi companies and the Washington Fencibles whose fames had preceded them into th The appearance of tbe latte company was enthusastlcally greetec and their volutions were heartily ap The Brunswick maiden put up an admirable Th and Walsh couave drilled Destroyed by June The residence of Ann Lancaste about five miles southwest of Kinsle burned about 10 oclock this morn Lancaster was at one of th picking gooaberriet one o her baardlng cattle on the pra rie while the other was cultivating com some distance from the The en tire building and were entire No The June u 1U8 Fai preceded by ibowers in tbe souther portion warmer till Sunday there is a regularly organized plan r the defiance m the govern Inspector Cheaney is in constant mmunicationwith government officials Washington and while he will say othingas to his intentions in the event Jennings refusing to come out poace it is understood that troops are bout to be called from Fort Sntlling to isist in expelling the stubborn FIVE Northwestern Passenger Train Jumps the Track near June North estern passenger train from Freeport hlcb reaches Chicago at 2 oclock umped the track two miles west of here 11 oclock this morning on account of broken A gang of section men ere working about 200 feet from the oint where the engine left the nd before they could get away the train ad run them down and toppled on The entire train was wrecked and the ngineer and four section men were illed The two section men and some the passengers were The killed are Edward Blalsdell of Freeport who has een an engineer on this division for over hirtyfive August Johnson of Emll Anderson of John Gustafson of John Drehmer of He has been operating in connection with a gang who have pestered the farm ers of western Minnesota and Iowa and the Dakotas for several Soon aft er locating in Dickey county last year he went southward for a week or tell ing his neighbors that be had sold a farm in Iowa and was going to collect some He returned with several horses which be said were taken in lieu of He sold tbe stock to He mada a similar trip a few weeks ago and returned with more Two days ago the sheriff at Clarke South called upon Mar deputy sheriff of Dickey and asked him to help arrest Mart in and the other officers proceeded to Hoff mans residence in the night and called for him to come Hoffman jumped through the window and ran westward toward the Jim He was pursued and shot at several but madt A party was organized and the chase was kept up until the next even when Hoffman waa found in a va cant dwelling in Hudson lie was taken by three deputies after a des perate resistance and is now in HE WANTS HI8 TBUNK8 A Chicago Han Gets Into Trouble With tlio Onstoma NEW June McKech a railroad man of filed an application Tuesday at the custom house for the release of two trunks with their valued at about which were seized from him on the Cunard steamship Umbria on the arrival of that vessel at this port Sunday McKechney places tbe value of the seized which con sists of dress materials and articles of at only but Inspectors Stovey and who made the say that valuation is too low by The articles in the trunks are four imported silk which Mc Kechney claims belong to his wife and were sent abroad by her for alteration at the hands of the Parisian There are also fifteen pair of silk tights in the The latter were concealed inside folded trousers belonging to while the dresses were on the bottom of each trunk under soiled THEY EAOH HAVK A One Thousand Quebec Families Present Startling June thousand applications have already been made to the provincial government for the bounty of 100 acres of laud to families of twelve or more living The act of the legislature authorizing these grants was only sanctioned April 6 last Up to the 1st of May B47 appli for 100acre accompanied by satisfactory proofs of the ex istence of aa many families of patriarchal size had been addressed to the provincial May 15 the number of appli cations had been increased to and since that date others have been filed at the rate of ten to twentyfive per So up to the present time the government has been placed in possession of proof establishing the existence and the where abouts of Canadian families in the Province of Quebec alone in which the husband and wife have a dozen and up wards of children around about their m Minnesota Farmers June 1ionttr Prtit Weekly Report of Dun Co B Commercial The Himlucss Outlook la In a Mnch More Favorable Condition Tban Inflt special from says The Alliance and of Labor closed a three days session here this The most important action was a decision to organize a new the resolution providing for such movement being carried by a vote of 418 to Immediately after the an nouncement of the vote the Alliance ad journed amid the wildest A committee on resolutions re ported in favor of woman a graded service prohibition of the liquor ft tariff for revenue only and denouncing the acceptance of E asses by legislators and other public of The report was On the suggestion of Louick of the Alliance the ne v party was named Independent A platform was adopted which in cluded the state and national and inter national declaration principles ot the Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union and Knights of Labor and demands currency to be issued by the general government to full legal to increase in volume with tho Increase of business and to be issued di rectly to productive industries without tbe intervention of the banks of demai d railway transpor telegraph and telephone service at actual cost and that the government shall own and operate the The Monetary are Favorable to Bnslness Activity In All Parts of Improvement In Crop Prospects Stimulates Trade In the West While the Iron Trade NKW June Dun weekly review of trade All indications regarding legitimate busi ness continues The from other cities are almost without ex ception Boston notes not much Wool is dull but Cotton goods hold the late advance and lumber is firm wltb good Philadelphia has reported three mill failures in the neighborhood and GO per cent of the spindlers are This situ ation in wool is one ot Iron Cool Pittsburg improvement in iron and no expectation of trouble about the new scales ot Cleveland finda trade good and iron improving and at Detroit trade with crop pros In general throughout the weit the rains bave made the outlook very much brighter and business everywhere improves Chicago In crease in movement of all grains and better trade in dry goods and fair ly good in boots and with good payments in Louis the situation generally favorable with bank clearings exceeding all past At Kansas City and Omaha the improvement in crop prospects stimulates At Salt Lake trade is active for the season with real estate and at Memphis a decided gain in cotton gives new activ The great industries show clearly the general tendency toward improve In weakness while advance in many quotations Is re Consuming works continue so Census Troubles at San SAM June supervisor of the Fifth census claims that Ban Antonio is the nly city in the United States that made a direct attempt to interfere with ie taking ot occupa ons and under the ational Mayor pro luergiun has received a talegram rom Mayor wbo is now at lot instructing him to ake a census of the city for the purpose f perfecting the assessment To morrow morning Guergiun will start htrtytwo qualified men on the work of Newcomb that they will very seriously interfere witb that moetof the people look askant at the census enumerator and hat he to telegraph to Superin tendent Porter at Washington and in voke the aid of tbe national Ballroad June here are very reserved about giving the partic of the accident at on the Louisville and Nashville railroad fiftythree miles this tide of They tbat the accident waa to the train coming from Louisville and tbat the sleeper in that train tbe train and rolled over aa that some were hurt but none were killed and futhermore tbat the accident delayed the train from here to Louisville only at Nothing more definite can be leirned here at this Barton County GREAT June Alliance of this county has decided to put a full county ticket in the The had fully hoped that the Alliance could be induced to endorse the Democratic but the scheme The held a grand picnic at Buttons in the west part of the county yesterday and an immense crowd was There are at least a half a dozen avowed candidates for rep resensatlve on the Alliance ticket in tbe Held now and more to The va rious aspirants for office in the old parties are coflrtlng the Alliance and were to be on hand at the picnic to praise the good things to eat prepared by the Alliance ladies and to kiss the District court is in session hero this Tbe whisky prosecutions all wen toff without One one dismissal and four pleas of Worry Uaused Her NKW June a young Irish girl who landed at the Bargo office from the stoamer City of Chicago on May was yesterday placed in tho Barge office hospital as an insane The young woman went with friends to Asbury after she leaving orders with Barney Biglin to have her baggage Biglina men did not send the baggage for eight and Mary became so much excited that she went She be sent ing fully and stocks of pig iron are believea to be so light that the fear of further decllde during the not in which many furnaces close for has The wool manufacture does not improve BO The cotton man ufacture continues fairly The speculative markets are generally though cotton has fallen over He and pork products are a shade Oil has declined with small trans but wheat unit risen in spite of the improvement in the and corn has advanced 1 jc and oats Coffee remains unchanged at and copper is Irmly held at while tin das declined with no change in The money market has been tbe treasury having taken in about more than it paid Ex ports from New York in May shows an Be gqnealed on tbe June the case ot Daniel alias who was murdered and drugged Ver non Blrkhard was put on the witness stand and He stated Kidney was drugged by Harry the keeper of the saloon where he was last seen and that he Birkhard and a man named John Sexton carried the helpless man out into the where be was found dead the next Sexton and Wilmering were at once increase of per over last In the monetary prospect in all of the country is favorable to busi ness The business occurring throughout tbe country during the last seven number compared with a total of 318 last For the corresponding week of last year the fig were age house is running Anori in full blast at but the gen tleman whe shipped his car to this place after looking the field over decided tbat it was not a healthy place to locate and moved on Hallowrtl of Wichita will address the FarmersAlliance of Barton county at this place tomorrow afternoon at 2 A large and enthusiastic crowd Had the Father June Father who has charge of the Catholic congregations at New Lisbon and got himself in trouble Mary a member of his appeared before a magistrate and had the reverend father arrested on a peace She swore he had entered her bouse and after abusing her proceeded to beat her with a Father Hennessy waived examination and gave bond to appear at tbe next term of The Columbus Street Car June car Btrike Is growing serious and there are no of a All of the employes were discharged and ordered to leave the but this they refused to The company asked the protection of their property from tbe police but the latter are powerless against so many A charter filled wltb policemen and driven by Secretary Stewart of tbe Con solidated managed to get but this was the only There are enough new men willing to take out but whenever a car is started It is picked placed across the track and the All of the union orders In the city have joined with the and been raised for continuing the The company are firm and say they cannot accede to the of the Ban Away With a NEW June Morgan of 303 West 103d called at police headquarters last night and reported tbat his son aged 18 had been missing from home since May Joseph an American district mes senger and stationed at Twenty third etreet and Sixth On May 18 he delivered a message at Sixth ave nue and Sixteenth where be said to have met a young woman of pre possessing appearance and is supposed M bave eloped with So far as researches have the pair got into a cab and drove to a house in West Fortyfifth Later In the evening Joseph vis ited the house of his married brother in West Twentysixth street and told him he bad been driving around with a beau tiful woman forieveral and intend ed to rejoin her at The Beformed Nsw June Reformed Presbyterian synod resumed its session The and John Graham of rep resenting the general of the Re formed Presbyterian spoke in favor of both branches uniting in the re port of the committee of A gen eral discussion which con sumed the time until tbe A Good an Umatllla Indian was higed In city today by United for tbe murder of an woman of the Umatllla Indian The Leader June Hutch a railroad about 28 Id in tbe Wabaah ben latt night j a charge of being Witness Against Blrchall June a brakemau on the Grand Trunk rail waa killed while coupling in the Windsor freight yard Hayes was the principal witness In the famous BlrchallBenwell and death will rob the Dominion of the one witness who saw Birohall and victim together on the AU Insane Womans June Elsi of Glenwood has recently shown of insanity and this morning between midnight and 3 oclock she quietly left tbe bed wblcb she and her husband were stole out into the dooryard and jumped Into tbe Her husband awoke at about 3 oclock and milted He went at once to the where he beard the water but could get no He summoned the and went wltb a ladder to the when wife called out I am all but I am very They got her out of the put her Iu a warm and in a little while she teemed to be perfectly In a abort her insanity and she is now close ly A special term oi county court will be and she w proba bly be sent to an asylum for The Negro bis elder and said the later bad visited tbe house m Fortyfifth street and found no trace of the The police theory IB that the lad has eloped with the young woman and will return in due He Meant June an Italian aged 10 on trial In tbe court of tor tbe murder of Alexander at the corqer ot Malbone street and Brooklyn on The charge is that Tnzza vltlted a home where Balvon and other were MOHOKK negro conference continued its session This evenings session com pleted the The platform waa adopted and then the Hall of Brooklyn made an ExPresl pent Hayes made a brief concluding ad dreii and then the conference ad Horrlblo June horrible murder occurred here lut In which Frank Quina killed Ben Quins cmughi Nelson and Qulnn In the same room and attacked them with an Nelson wai chopped to pieces and the woman terribly gaibia and Qulnn li la A Meeting June committee of general managers appointed to luggeat a chairman for the Western Passenger As sociation has called a meeting for next Tbe committee will recom mend that late third vice president of the Topeka and Banta Fe railroad be asked to accept the chairmanship of the Wiaiure at MorrK winner at tbe days are Lavlnla at June 8 at La tonia today Wood Tom ;