The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 21, 1892 · Page 3
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tttTTCHlNSOSr DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, AfBIL 11, 1892, 3. 9. -KfAlRBANK&CO. &0 LONG AND SHORT. An Opinion of Commissioner Veasy in Regard to Hauls. THE COMMISSION'S RULING. Whnt tho "I.OIIB nnd Short HAIII" Rulo of the Staluto Was Intended to Maintain and Promote—Uho De- cliilon Adverse to the Northern Pacific Knltroad. 4 HUTCHINSON, KANSAS. The only manufacturers of AND DAIRY SALT West of New York. "WESTERN, RIVERSIDE, DIAMOND, NEW YORK. DAIRY SALT. ported i with us. We guarantee our Dairy Salt equal to eitheri" the 'Ashton or Higgins im 1 salt in every respect. Give it a trial and. you i will ceretainly agrei R. S. V. P. TABLE SALT. Ask your grocer for it. It will suit you, w »»ju»mTEDwnnTiiEaEOG»»mvoFiHi3couiiinnviaoiiTmii VUOH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE (US. CMcaiio, Roci Manfl & Pacific Ry t) Zbi Direct Route to and from CHIOAGO, ROCK ISLAND. DAVBNI'ORT, DES MOINES, CODNOIL BLTJFFS, OMAHA. LINCOLN, WATERTOWN, 8IO0X FALLS, MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, ST. JOSEPH, ATCHISON, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS CITY, TOPEKA, DENVER, COLORADO 8PBING3. and PUEBLO. Free Reollnlng Chair Caro to and from CHICAGO, CALDWELL, HUTCHINSON and DODGE CITY, and Palace Steeping Cars between CHICAGO, WICHITA and HUTCHINSON. SOLID VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS of Through Coaches, Sleepers, Free Radioing Chair Can »nd l)l»ln« Oa» daily between CHICAGO, DE3 MOINES. OOUNCtL BLUFFS, OMAHA ami LIN- OOLN, and between CHICAGO and DENVER, COLORADO 8PHINGS and PUEDLO TUSL Joseph, or KanSRI Oily and Topeka. Excursions dally, with Choloe or Routes to and from Salt lake, Portland, Los Angeles and San Francisco. The Direct Line to nnd from Pike's Peak, Wanttou, Garden of the Gods, the Sanitariums, and Scenic Grandeun of Colorado. Via The Albert Lea Route, Fast Express Trains dally between Chicago and Minneapolis and 8t- Paul, with THROUGH Reclining Chair Cars FREE, to and from those points and Kansas City. Through Cbair Car and Sleeper between Peoria, Spirit Lake and Sioux Falls via Rock Island. t Favorite Line to Watertown, Bloux Falls, the rnw Hwwrta and Hunting and Fishing Grounds o( Northwest. , JOHN, JOHN 8EBA8TIAN, Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing. Cures Chapped Hands, Wounds, Burns, Etc Bemovea and Prevents Dandruff. WASHINGTON , April 21. —The interstate commerce commission gave an opinion by Commissioner Veasy announcing its decision of the case of B. M. Raworth vs. the Northern and Union Pacific railroads and other in favor of complainant. Tho case involves the question of greater rates on sugar in carloads from San Francisco to Fargo than for longer distances over the same line to St. Paul. The commission rules: Carriers alleging justification of a departure from the "long and short haul" rule of the statute must in their answers to complaints clearly advise complainants of the facts and circumstances relied on ns constituting such justification. There is no competition by rail over the Canadian Pacific or by rail around Capo Horn that justifies a de- J porturc from the 'Hong and short haul" rule of the statute of transportation of refined sugar from San Francisco to Fargo and through Fargo to St. Paul. Tho "long and short haul" rule of the statute was intended to maintain and promote unci not to destroy or neutralize natural commercial advantages resulting from location and competition at St. Paul with sugar from tho east refined In New York, although necessitating the prevailing low rates to St. Paul of the sugar from the west refined at San Francisco, does not justify the greater charge to Fargo than to St Paul. Section 3 of the act to regulate commerce forbidding unjust discrimination, applies even in cases where a departure from tho "long and short haul" rule of the statute is shown to be authorized and the right, if established, of making the greater charge for tho former haul does not justify a disparity in rates so great as to result in unjust discrimination. The facts that the rates to longer distance points cannot be raised without a loss of the traffic involved, or that the rates to both the long distance and the short distance poi nts are not unreasonable, in themselves, do not justify c disparity in such rates resulting in un just discrimination as against the shorter distance points. Tho Northern Pacific is not exempt under its charter from tho authority to regulate rates conferred on tho commission by the act to regulate commerce. EXISTING MUDU .4 VIVENDI. The Con volition Vrovhlinp; J'or the Renewal Untitled By the Semite. WASHINGTON , April 21.— The senate has ratified the convention providing for a renewal of the existing modus vivendi in Bearing sea.. The convention includes seven articles. Ily its terms the British government prohibits duriug pendency of arbitration senling in that part of the Ilehring sea eastward from the lino of demarkation of article 1 of the treaty of cession, and promises to use its best effarts to insure prohibition by British subjects and vessels. The United States agree to prohibit sealing, save 7,500 for subsistence of natives. Provision is made for the s'eiv.ure of sealing vessels, for continuance ' of tho clause allowing British agents to visit the seal islands. In event of decision of arbitrators adverse to the United States then compensation is to be paid upon basis of such a regulated or "limited catch as in tho opinion of the arbitrators have been taken without an undue diminution of the seal herd." On the other hand, Great Britain is to compensate the United States upon the basis of tho difference between 7,600 seals and such larger catch as might have been taken in the opinion of the arbitrators. The agreement or modus may terminate at any timo after October 31, 189H, on two months' notice. Bothsehilris at Frankfort was a defaulter for river onr-quurter of a million. Jaeder had held the position of chief cashier for fifteen years. Some time ago he was missing from his post and as time elapsed and he did not appear a partial examination of his books was made. This resulted in the declaration that he is an absconder. The examination of the books has not yet been complete!! and the exaot amount of the defalcation is therefore not known. No denial has been made, however, that the stealings will reach H million. The cashier's office is closed and experts have been employed to examine the books of the bank. It is said in some quarters that Jaeder has the greater part of the stolen money in his possession and that under an assumed name he is endeavoring to reach a foreign country—most likely the United States. CASTOR IA for Infants and Children. IN<;K.NOI.AHIHS AT I,«H;WVII,I.K. Fifteen llullilliiira Worn I)c<itvnyeit In Four Hours—Two of the CulprltK Captured. LrOUisvn .r .R. K>\. April 21. —Seven attempts were made to burn the city last night, and in four hours fifteen buildings were destroyed nnd a loss of 115,000 entailed. All flic alarms came from the same section and so rapidly did they follow that engines and trucks five miles away were called out. Saturday night there wore five incendiary fires in the same vicinity and Edward Kelley was arrested for the crime. He is thought to be one of the gang. The'largest Josses were on a tobacco I factory and an excelsior factory. William King was arrested at midnight and charged with arson. Several cotton balls saturated with oil were found in his pocket. . I.nulslitmi Klectlon. NEW OHI.NANS , April 21.— The state election took piace in Louisiana yesterday. There were five tickets in the field, the anti-lottery democratic ticket, the lottery democratic ticket, the regular republican ticket, the bolting republican ticket and the. people's party ticket. The returns indicate the election of the Foster anti-lottery democratic ticket by 10,000 plurality. "OsssastelMewen adapted to ehSMrai teas tii>iuiiiisM »)ait «s«apsrlorto«i<yyiuiMlplls« taowBSSBM." H. A. Axcm», K. D, 1U 8* Oxford Bt^Bro*klra,*.T. "The in of 'bastorts'si aeaVtanal sad «fa merits so well known thai U seems s work of Gupererorattontoendotsslt ft»*wwe lattllfftent families Who do sot keep Castoria , New York City. t-LU !'«»»»• ir»wiiiln|;nsln Reformed Churca. OsstsrteeM . , BourBtomses, DtaikoMk Erttrtatioa, Kills Wonas, lives stop, sad Wll ttoSuJnrli louiassdiosifaa. " Tor several msi* I tnve i your' Caatotia.' and shall always oonun now as it haibwarleblj produced baaa results." Kswra r. Piaaam, at ft, "The WlaUirop," 128th Stresses*) Tift Asa* •avTatkOki Tn Onrrarm o»«n>r. it Hasan Brass*, •»» Toss). HUTCHINSON STOCK YARDS CO., Are Doing a General Yard Business. Ample accommodation for cattle, hogs and sheep. This company's yaids have direct connection with all railroads running into Hutchinson — five roads. AS A STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer superior inducements. Best distributing point in tho west. All parties wanting stackers and feeders should try this market. Information furnished upon Application. BEN J. W. LAPP, General Manager. hi BOTH I.KGS AND AN ABM CUT OFF. HorriMr l)t >at .h or » Boy at Ht. Joaeph, Mo. —Shoved Oil a Train. ST. JDSKIMI, MO ., April 21. —As an extra Burliugton freight passed tho Francis street depot it was boarded by a half dozen smu 11 boys, who jumped into an open bnx car. One of the boys shoved Willie Harding out of the door. The little fellow foil under the ears and the wheels passed across the lower portion of his body, cutting off both legs and one arm. The limbs were found 100 feet from the trunk. The littlo fellow lived half an hour after being so horribly mangled. Mliruii. Mo., llepulilIcllllH for Warner, MAC-OX, MO ., April 31. —The republicans of Macon county met yesterday and elected ten delegates to tho state convention at Jefferson City and fourteen delegates to the congressional and national district delegate convention to be held at Kirksville, May 8. Maj. S. G. Brock heads the delegation to Kirksville and Joseph Park, of Luplata, is at the iiend of the state delegation. The delegates to Jefferson City were instructed to vote first, last and all time for Maj. William Warner, of Kansas City, fur governor. ,\ CU 'veluml -<{ormi»!i Alliance'. NKW YoitK, April 21. —A Washington dispatch embodies this: "It may now be stated positively that there is a friendly understanding between Senator (iorniitn and" Mr. Cleveland. Mr. Gorman will not try to prevent Mr. Cleveland's nomination, but on the other hand, if the trend of events shows that Mr. Cleveland's nomination will bo out of the. question, Ht is probable that a good share of Cleveland's following will go to Mr. Gorman, by and with the advice and consent of Mr, Cleveland him. self." . lioyit Arretted. PAIUS , April St.—Frontier guards have arrested two boys for scribbling the words "Viva la France," "A Baa la Prusse," on one of tho posts marking the frontier at Saales. The boys have been imprisoned at Schqrinick. Iff COMPANY 0 Do all kinds of Transferring and Hauling. Especially prepared to move Iron Safes and all kinds of machinery, being the only one in the city saving the necessary articles for the moving of heavy goods f e Pay Freight on Local or Car Lots and transfer it from any depot to any part of the city at reasonable rates. Years of experience in boxing and moving enables UB to move Pianos and Household Goods without the least injury. If you want to move your oQleo or household goods we can do it better for you than anyone clsd and save you money. VKLKUIIAPHIC IJltEVITlES. WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP. Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Waten. The Celebrated freneii Curs. Ifar Tickets," Maps. Folder,, or dealred Information VLy toany Coupon Ticket Office, or oddreu B. ST. fl*n'l Manager, funded Gen'l Tkt. & Paw. AgU CHICAGO. ILL. CURE 'YQUHSELFf rrftronblMwiitiiionorrhcBa^ J Gleet rV /hit'^.i '-pt 'rmtitorrhtBM foranyuuuu '' :aliliBchnrgeagk™ •your 0r..jy;:.-». k-r a bottle of IwJthouttbc.iM or publicity ofa Irfofitor. K(:M-jK>isonous end 1 guaranteed, not to stricture. \Tho Universal American Cure. llunufacturod by ^Tho Svans Chemical 0o,| CINCINNATI, O. U. ». A. .4 Remedies and Treatment for Ike Cure of Call on or address the uley Institute of Indian Territory. OKLAHOMA OITT, 0. T: ^ r c 8 r d ''APHnODITSKE '' T %S IB BOLD OH A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to euro any form of nervous disease or any din- order of tho generative organn of either BCX,^ whether arising <. . from tud exoea* AFTER Biro use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium, or . through youthful Indiscretion, over indulgence, Ao,, suoh aa L»so of Brain Power, Wftkoiulncss.Bearingdown Pains In tho back, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Proa- tratlon.Nooturnal KmiBBioiKi.IieucorrUcea.DiB- linoes. Weak Memory. Loss of Power and Im- potenoy, whioh if negleoteu often lead to pro- mature old ago and Insanity. Price $1.00 a box e boxes for $5.00. Bent by mall on receipt of price. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE is given for •yen 15.00 order received, to refund the money If m Permanent cure is not effected. We have thousands of testimonials from old and young of both Boxoe, whor have been permanently oared by the use of Aphrodltlne. Clroulara tree. Mention paper. Address THE APftAo MEDICINE CO. CT Washington St.. OHZOAOO, ILL. For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. MANHOOD RESTORED. "8ANATIVO," ths Wonderful Span.oh iletneuyi is eold with a Written Guarantee to cure all Neivaus Diseases, Bach as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Headache, Wakefulness, LostXaiv hood, Nervousness, Las* allude, all drains and loss of power of tna Generative Organs la either aex, caused by Before A After Use, Photographed from life. BaaajaBBBBBBavaMBaaaBSapMBaataBBBBBMaBH vwuyvu MJ OY«.«erUon. youthful indiscretions, or tlis' ose of tobacco, onlum.or stimulants, which uHlmatcly lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Tiwanlty. J>P Inconvsnltut ftarm to carry In tlie.vwt pocket Price «1 a package, or 0 for $6, With every *3 VM 1 *" *—, to cur© or refund the written '^Sf&ZSr^f^.' Ciro»l« Ht« plain envelope.' Mention tills paper. Addreat, MADRID CHEMICAL CO.. Branch Offloa for V. 8. A. I (as Dearborn Street, CHIUAOO, 1U» FOR SALE IN HUTCHINSON KA8 B V A. I. Baumhardt, Orouiat, ooa sow north of SaatsFsHotaL t'urrliaHPtl by Americans. AMSTERDAM , April 81.—It is reported that the control of tho republio of San Domingo has virtually passed to a prt vate company in the United States. The prlee is nominally $3,500,000 in 5 per cent, debentures, secured by tho rove, nuo. At present nothing romains to completo the deal but the signatures of the Americans. The holder of this concession practically rules the republic, because he has the payment of all officials and receives the revenue of the tobacco monopoly. Supposed Muriter lit <llns|;o\v. Mo, GLASGOW, MO ., April 21. —Granville Hases, a negro, was murdered here last evening, it is supposed, as ho has disappeared and there are evidences of a severe straggle on the bank of the Missouri, where Hases was last seen. Reason Fearbuslj, another negro, is missing and a posse is hunting for him, believing he can explain liases' disappearance. Attempted Suicide at Wichita. WICHITA , Kan., April 21. —Late last night Mrs. G. W. Church, a young married woman, took a large dose of laudanum, but did not end her life as desired. She came here recently from Cherryvale, where she had been married only a few months ago. Her husband left her lately, it is said, after a bittoi quarrel. Hull la Stillne Couiitjr, -Ho. MARSHALL , Mo., April 21. —A severe hail and windstorm visited the south- em purt of this county, doing much damage to property in that section. The hailstones were nearly as large aa walnuts. The weather is very cold here. BOU1IKI) THE KOTHSC1IILDH. The Vulef Oushler or Their Hanking Hons* at Frankfort Haiti to Be a Defaulter For Over a Quarter of a Million, EEKI.IV , April 21.—A grand sensation was caused on tho bourse here by the report that Uerr Jaeder, chief cashier tor tho great banking house of the Two dwellings in Atchison, Kan., occupied by eoloretl people, were destroyed by fire. The occupants barely escaped. William Caldwell, an Edinburgh university man, has been selected to fill the chair of political economy in the new Chicago university. Hon. George T. Anthony is said to be a candidate for eongresSman-at-large from Kansas and his name will go before the Hutchinson convention. Bates, the English cyclist, has travf led 100 miles in 5 hours, - J0 minutes and Bo 4-S seconds, beating Newland' last year's race !t minutes and 38 8-5 seconds. In a tenement house in Buffalo, N. Y. tho body of Mrs. Mary Catharine Bever was found dead in bed with the head Crushed with an ax. Her husband is suspected. Conductor Ike Johnson, of the People'*; line at St. Joseph, Mo., attempted to catch a runaway car and was caught between it and another car and frightfully crushed. The American government has refusal to reduce the transportation charges on *New Zealand mails by the way of San Francisco on the ground that it already pays out more than it receives. At the request of the new superintendent of police of New York City; Thomas liyrnes, every police cuptaln save one, bus been transferred from his old precinct to another and thirty detectives have been reduced to patrolmen. Eugene 1'". Ware, of liourbon county, and 0. E. Lctirnnrd, of Douglas county, Kan., were elected delegates to ths Minneapolis convention from the Second congressional district, with John McCasslin, of Anderson, and E. C, Owens, of Johnson, as alternates. B. S. Smith, of Wyandotte county, was selected the republican candidate for elector for the district. Storage Department. We have the largeBt briok store room in the city for storing goods. Parties leaving the city can ha#re their goods packed by us, stored away aiid shipped whenever desired. This is one of our specialties. We guarantee onr work to bo flrst-ela6s in every respect and use tec utmost care. A reasonable price is all we ask and a trial will convince you that wo are the best. STOVE DEPARTMENT. We will take dowmyour stoves, movo them and take all the niekel partis off, oil them, wrap them in paper, oil your pipe, wrap it in paper and store them for the season for the small sum of 82.50, the season ending December 1, 1892. This way of taking care of stoves makes them absolutely rust proof, and makes a small job for the man who cleans it. We do not polish stoves, forthat is out of our line of business. Hope you will give us a liberal patronage. Hutchinson Transfer and Storage Co., E. R. LOCK, MANAGER, Office and Barn, Second Ave, East. Telephone No. 19. John Donnelly. Wholesale Liquor Dealer Handles WINE BEER tfav WHISKEY Kansas and Familr TRADE ' a Specialty Write for catalogue. 429 Delaware Street, Kansas City, Mo.

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