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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 3, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas Best Advertising Mm Advertisements in THE NEWS will bring the best HUTCHINSON Tie Largest THE NEWS is Read by more people than any other Kansas SUNDAY AUGUST A BUSY MAN How a Granger wes Convinced He Had Misjudged Congressman Bureau Han Never Been Able to Find Another State Pecret Divulged for the Boaeflt of a Very Wise Kanaaa News larltt Qneitlnn and the Probable Attitude of Homo or the ern Child that May Mot be Becognlted 1J It Parent TUB HuTOHiKBON NBWS 800 Twelfth f Howard the popular Capitol who is making such a hit with bis illustrated lecture on the itol told a good story which your correspondent would respect fully make over to the esteemed dls coverer of the Topeka It was three years said Ken nedy by the way is as sUunch a Dem ocrat an the that some sort of a farmers league or Alliance bad a conven tion of some sort in and of course I escorted many of them through the One morning three of its members demanded my and I laid myself out to show them the Now I said at the end of two hours spout in exploration from dome to now Ill show you the greatest man In the and I pushed them gently in o tho senate pointing out Senator IngallB in the Huh said the least stylish and most disappointed looking Im from Kansas We dont like IngallB and ho win not got back here Whats the matter with i asked in for Democrat that I I say he ietho biggest man now liv ing in snorted the tys the He never comes to Kan and we want a man thatll stay in his own country once in a Ah 1 said you mean a croaker like yourself a fellow that will sit in front il a cress road corner gro cery on storebox and bombard a box of Band with tobacco Juice and swap lies with a few more congenial Well you notice ia baey bu1 you forgotten Bits in that from four to six hours daily during the greater part of the year in Come want you to Bee his committee and 1 uahored them into the room where IngaHu clerk was read Ing the mornings mall of ICO said the Kansan when the clerk had explained that this was an average aud that Senator Ingalls dictated each and read it too when presented to him for Ilia Hut how can hef asked the be ginning to1 look calculate that Now suppose on a rough estimate that he averages rive minutes apiece on them Borne of them being very important others disposed of with a Then are 60 minutes in an 150 letten averaging five minutes consideration would consume 750 minutes of tha Twelve houra and thirty by exclaimed the anti Ingalls and he stood stock still for sev eral evidently in deep perplex 1 young he broke ou I begin to see Ive made a mis take in nbuBing Ingalls for neglectlnj and in accusing him of being an idler and selfish pleasure never thought of And anothe vote for IngaiU turned and walked meek ly out of the district committee have forgotten that farmers laid Kennedy in but he is a neighbor of IngalU in and had either been defeated or was about to run for the state During the month of July the Kansas delegation presented to congress on be half of their between eight 1 and ninety petition and am introduced about twenty private bills Perkins heads the having pre tented nineteen of the It 1 scarcely necessary to add these petition and resolutions were mainly based upon the original ANDERSON or i HAVE MOT FOUND Imbued with the sense of upon the bureau of aupervis and the necessity of establUhlD newsy relations with the Kansas delega your correspondent presented 1 turn deferential requests for interviews information and expressions of opinion 1 It was smooth sailing until the mem her from the Fifth district was sighted then the N EWS struck a Six week ago In answer to a card that did not stat the callers Anderson o Kansas presented himaelf in the ladie reception room in statuary and tn following interview occurred Ander look ing coldly at the undertaken to lur nish news of Kansas in would like to call upon you from time t to learn whether or not there i anything of interest in your work o to get your vlewa oa leglslatio effecting your and In fact any thing which might instruct o your or the Kanaka people a whole en matfcn of matui willhave Btill looking ulte through the MEWS at the statue of there Is nothing you hlnk that you might or would are to say from time to time on matters t public Importance think you will have o excuse me I am very Ander But the NKWB taking for granted the xjcaslonal Impatience of busy ecuring from the AndenonB ddress of 120 Ninth street the head of le bureau set out a few mornings there fter to call upon the member from Kan Oa the third floor of a business lock were found two plainly furnished offices containing two olite young gentlemen clerks and a air of pretty type Is Anderson in He is When will he be in Cant What are his hours here He has no regular Doeshe come every day Every other day Where can he be lound before and after the house session At the Metropolitan Does he live there Then wh do you direct me there lie spends considerable time Where does he receive mallr How does he get it I take it to him when he does not Every day Good morning and thank Not at all good Again and again the NEWS toiled the two nights ot stairs only to repeat the bove interesting The grain rate being under discussion in Kansas tho bureau endeavored two weeks ago to secure opinions relative to that ques tion from Kansas In the Ander son is the explained the other and accordingly the NKWB dispurlng of seeing him either at the capital or at alleged wrote to asking for an interview leaving time and place to suit his convenience rlie clerk to whom the letter was en trusted has probably uut yet seen his as the bureau still waits an acknowledgment of the For the benefit of such constituents o Anderson as may be contemplating a vlait to the capital and a handshake with this distinguished representative the following information Is cheerfully transmitted Anderson does not livi at 1200 F nor at tbe Metropolitan corner ot H and he spend considerabl His real residence is somewhere on G the exact number of which i carefully suppressed by the clerks whc apparently preserve him from annoy ance while they transact his A STATE The deep significance found by a Kansas newspaper in a trilling anecdote related by your correspondent invites the further telling of certain state The story told was the clever guess of a western senator on the final silver legi at which the organ Immediately discerns the fact Ctist In galla knew what fie house would do and had in fact dictated its Now this IB but half the and for such papers aa are short of am munition to bring down the big the following information has been carefully prepared Senator John Ingalls and Gilbert A the successful unknown to tho other eightytwo dictated the silver business from the star and knew exactly the resul to By some species of nefarious clairvoyance these companions in crlm have not only succeeded in reading th minds of their distinguished colleague but by the aid of hypnotism or hocus pocus of some diabolical character tbe shape these minds to cult their own de praved More than as o especial interest ia the coming campalg it should be remembered that wheneve Ingalls fails to compel the rest ot th United States and entire house of repre sentatives to enact such as may b demanded by certain he ha been guilty of writes hlmse down a fraud and is unworthy the conf deuce of an intelligent Republican senators now quite agre that congress cannot adjourn befor even then leaving much unfin ished There Is a dlepositio on the Democratic side to debate th tariff bill to the and consider ing the numerous each one o which is vital to some class or such deliberation were justifiable if th people did not know that the debates o the fluor if change the pri determined the Illain reciprocity idea together with the threa ened obstinacy of western Republican inaydevalop some Interesting and un looked for departures from the McKln ley The entire country laughe when Hancock pronounced th tariff a local yet th dreseat attitude uf eastern an western Republican t Bomehow recall thatjfimoui itatemeht It remains to bu ieehwhloh ie the western Idea presenting the agricultural or e eastern policy of protecting the man Unless the conference on the cKinley bill adjusts it with reference tbe west as well as the the Itepub can west may bn drawn Into temporary llance with the The west is in arneston this question of elimination or whatever her term will designate an acceptable ariff nobody seems feel that there will be any serious dis The situation U recognized and impromise and concession is he McKinley offspring may not be ecognlzed by its parent when it is final y turned loose from the final confer Another new word has been born unto ie English As yet the infant alls feebly in the Capitol corridors and aUeries but encouraged by its sisters jerrymander and boycott it will soon e making its way the diction ry through the columns of the ieedized is the word and strange to say has two meanings which are diametrl ally Valentine IB aughed a gentleman the other re erring to the new sergeantat On nquiry I discovered that Valentine ad revolutionized tbe sergeantatarms a large apartment opening IT the senate reception During he regime of ho was an unfailing source f Inspiration to newspaper nd immensly popular with every this room was a comfortable re nrt for news gatherers and senators Aking a few minutes Several mployes occupied deaffs in various parta f the Canaday had no ther privacy than that offered by a big creen opened out before his All Ills is employes em loyes and screens have been hustled out f the sergeantatarma and that Incial in solitary importance occupies a ig new which stands on a big new ug in the middle of the spick and span The correspondents do not awdle about with old time he clfirka passing in and outonbUBi tread softly and speak deferentially o the But they look at each other utslde the whispering slgnlOcant y It was the other meaning of the newly oined word which Struble of stonlshed the house by defining from he In his savage at tack on Speaker Reed for bis alleged liscrimination against dtrubms pri ute building the gentlemen from owa acknowleged himself iteedized n the senae heretofore ouly applied to Democratic Figuratively if not literal said the delicate feet if the speaker of this house have been upon UB for nearly sixty days and we lave not been able to get out from under So the new word takes it meaning rom either point of distiogtiiah ng as the case may the condition of a man who occupies the head or the tail f a FOB U08VOH All Arrnniremonu Made by the Department of ments are fully completed tor the The headquarters rain will leave this city via the anu It will consist of Pullman palace tourist sleepers and chair It will be handsomely deco rated and will carry the department officers of the and of many distinguished Mar shalls band of the Holton band and Topeka Modoc The rate has been fixed at from vansas Kansas will furnish two of the moat notable events of the encamp the Kansas camp fire 12th at Music presided over by nor George Anthony and addressed by Senator and and the grand display of Kansas products in upper Horticultural yesterdays Proceedings In Both Branches of Senntor Blairs Kesolntlon For a Rnle to Limit Discussed By the IU Author Deolarm thatltlt Not Intended to JHakn a Hale Applicable to Any Par ticular but a Regulation to Oovei n In the Tariff the HomoCapital senate met at 10 A call of the roll showed that there were fortynine six more than a Petitions were presented from Ohio favoring an increase of the duty on from Alabama protesting againtt the passage of the federal election bill and from the wage workers political alliance of Wash asking that when bills are introduced by senators at the request of any association the fact shall appear in the print of the HorrlU was granted unlimited leave of absence on account of the condi tion of his The credentials ol Edward White as senator from the state of for the full term be ginning March to succeed Eustls were presented and laid on the The senate bill authorising the con struction of a bridge across the Chata hocbee and Oconee were reported and placed on the The senate joint resolution to permit Henry Corbin of the United States to accept a civil position in the worlds Columbia commission was reported and The resolution offered yesterday by Blair instructing the committee on rules to report within the four a rule for the incorporation of the previous or of some method for limiting and closing debute lathe parliamentary procedure of the senate was taken Blair said that senators had spoken to him indicative of their desire to be heard before action should be taken in the matter ana who were not ready to proceed this He not preas the resolution thin morn but lie desired to say that he had of fered the resolution without special reference to any pending but with a feeling that there was a necessity for the proposed Tho period has he when in the transaction of the countrys business the senate must have Bomffway by which a large number of important public measurers could be The diffi culty hitherto had been in the other house of but that difficulty had as all senators removed to some said that he imagined that there was not a member of thn house at that time who did not know that the article exDiblted by Brewer was not then made in the United tttiMt except as on He referred sarcastically to McPher son as a who resolutely and with such Homan firmness proposed to strangle the pottery of his own state so as to show his patriotism and devotion to after a further of the china ware George took the floor and made u long speecn on the Ren CLAY Clay Goanty Democrats of this county met today placed in nomination the following tcket For Oouuty Probate The Farmers Alliance also held Us onventiou and placed the following ticket in the field County Probale BepnblJcan PAOLA Republican convention today elected John John Jacob Nathan Smith and Westfall and Lewis delegates to the congressional conven Byan and Flehartto the state con The delegates are Instructed for Humphrey and Boott Oountj Alliance SCOTT Boott County Farmers Alliance today nomi nated the following ticket Probate District Superintendent Public Orson County The nominees are all either Demo crats or Union Labor Weekly Hank NKW weekly bank statement shows the following changes Reserve loans specie in legal tenders deposits circulation Thn banks now hold in excess of the 25 percent Instructed for KANHAB a meeting 3f the Republican club in Kansas twentyseven delegates were nominated to attend the congreMlonal convention there on They were initruoted to support extent so that action was obtained there more promptly than The senate which had hitherto been the more expeditious body in the transaction of business was now liable to be and in fact was far He meant far behind in its capacity to reach and decide whatever measure a majority was disposed to As it now was the whole business of the country was at the mercy of one or two who might be opposed to a measure and the majority was practically under the con trol of the minority anu so now without reference to any particular measure now pending or that might be pending he thought that the subject matter of his resolution should receive the early and earnest consideration of the He was not but that it was impera tively necessary that the matter should be considered prior to any pending even to the tariff Nobody could complain that there had been a dis position to procrastinate or to obstruct the ordinary course of debate and de cision ou the tariff Although the senate had already spent ten days on es had been disposed of out pages in the All the great subjects of were still to There was no reason to that under the existing rules be bill would be concluded before next He had offered a resolution with a view not to any pending jut with a view to a great a indispensable change in the parliamentary procedure of the He would call up the resolution hereafter unless it should ap pear in some other form authorized by a arger constituency of the but he loped that the idea would reappear with a general backing of the entire senate on both Morgan reminded Blair of the iong time six or seven weeks consumed a the consideration of the education bill and said that the time had not been wasted as the result of the discussion of that bill had been Its just as he hoped that the debate on the tariff bill would result in the defeat of that mea The resolution on motion of referred to the committee on The tariff bill was then taken the question being on Vests amendment to reduce the duty on decorated ohina to 60 per ad valorem and on plain white undecorated china to 40 per instead of 60 and 65 per afl in the house bill and of 55 and 60 as proposed1 by the finance Vest argued in support of hia and having had occasion in the course of his remarks to question a statement made by pottery manufacturer of he spoke of that gentleman as when be was a member of the bouse ot represen tatives at the time the tariff bill of 188 was before that exhibited apiece of known as and said that it represented in ita cost per of conveying the impression that that ware was generally manufactured in this while the fact was that the article ex hibited was the only one made at the ao the assertion that it repre sented 99 per of labor was probably did not care to take Brewers He was a very honorable but he was a manufao eral subject of contending that protection had nothing to do with but that they were governed by the vari ous Referring to a state ment heretofore made by that half the wealth of the country was owned by persons that if the system which assumed the regulation by the government of the the lives and fortunes of men was continued as the pending bill proposed to continue a sentiment would be produced which would not he heipful the If men saw that they were robbed or taxed for the benefit of others while they themselves were kept in pov they would inquire why the seme governmental agencies that robbed them of their daily toil for the benefit of the others should not be employed to take from the spoiler that which he had un justly They did not wish to see that day Platt replied and denounced an assertion made by George to the ef fect that while the duty on steel rails was a the labor ID producing the ar ticles cost only He supposed the senator believed what he though no school boy would believe But the fact was that if the production ot a ton of steel rails cost the labor per ton of that coat was not only but ten times that Hewitt had put foot on that misrepresentation in the house of representatives in a way that ought to be remembered by Democratic Hanly also commented upon Georges speech and remarked that he had heard that senator1 say much the same thing before and that his remarks had then been quite as conclusively con tradicted as they had just now been by his colleague He ridiculed the solemnity with which Qeorge had intimated that the people at the north were living over a and said if he would make such a speech in New Eng land he would be considered as supple menting a negro minstrel company for the amusement of his Jones of supported Georges statement about steel He also spoke on the china ware in discussing the general question of spoke of the or ganization of Farmers Alliances and workingmens associations that were pro testing against class legislation and blundering He warned the sen ators that such a movement was not to be A coufererence was ordered on the sundry civil and Hale and Gorman were appointed conferees on the part of the At 5 oclock intending to move an pioposed that the vote on the pending question to be taken on Monday without further Take the vote We vre We are always ready to vote as scon as discussion is were the responses from several senators on the Democratic Aldrich did not think there was of the resulting or blistered cop without the payment of a duty and that no drawbacks can be allowed on the exportation of copper matter or blister copper as such product is In the opinion of the department a manufac tured article within inn meaning of sec tion revised Related to Rcadjuit the the adjust ment of the giant of the Missouri and Kansas Railway company the secretary of the interior today held that suit should not be Instituted for the recovery of land patented to said company and lying within the New York Indian res ervation for the reason that for years the executive and legislative branches of the government have acted on the principle that the temporary right of the Indians to these lands had expired and that titles resting on such action should not now be The secretary further holds that the lateral limits of the grant should not be readjusted for the pur pose of recovering land that might thus be shown to lie outside of the and bases such conclusion on the fact that said limits as fixed by the original with drawals have remained unquestioned for many and that titles have rested on the action of the department and the grant yet remains unsatisfied by several hundred thousand Senate the close of Georges speech in the senate this afternoon Plumb offered the follow ing concurrent resolution and asked that it lie over till Monday That tha con gress desires the removal of the remains of the illustrious soldier and statesman Ulyses Grant to and their interment in Arlington National and that the president be requested to convey to the widow of this eminent citizen such de tendering her on behalf of the nation all necessary facilities for such removal and Why not pass it now Edmunds 1 thought I would let it lie over untl there was a larqer Plumb It is the understanding among Repub lican senators that Senator Blairs reao lutionfortho iucorpatlon of the previous question or some other method of lim ited debate will rest with the committee on Bond secretary of the treasury today purchased 4 per bonds at 124 and par Blade Good the sixty days ago the county Jauditor filed a report showing Bounty treasure short ia his accounts f The board of county commissioners thereupon appointed the probate judge and two other expert a committee to fully investigate the con dition of his The committee com mence work on the 14lh and enled its a quorum but he was willing te The vote was taken on Vests amendment and the result was yeas naye Mo Paddock and Plumb voted aye with the The senate THE senate amendments to the sundry civil bill were finally disposed of to and the bill labors last sworn to and filed age in when the the Their shows report as a nhort office on the funds were counted was sent to At 8 oclock the house JOHN Arrangements lor TrauaferrluK His He mains to H10 Native Country for acting sec retary of the navy has sent a communi cation to the commandant ot the New York navy yard stating the department has fixed the 23rd of August for the time for the embarkation of the remains of the late John Ecriceon for transportation to his native country on the United States ship The anchorage ground near tbeatatua of liberty is designated as the place where the Baltimore will re ceive the remains and the other vessels of war will be anchored in her The marines from the ships and the sta tions will form the guard of honor to es oort the body from Its present resting place to the It will there be embarked on board toe Nina and veyed to the Baltimore under the escort ot all the available steam launches and pulling boata of the squadron formed in double the steam of which amount the commit tee permitted Sturm to make good prior to the filing of the The committee further finds that Bturm checked to himself from county funds at various times the sum of and did not restore it for a considerable but did fully pay it at some time not dis coverable from the The report Fully confirms every charge made against A The little mining town of five aud a half miles southwest of was the scene of a mysterious Uncle Jim a welltodo was found last night by his Paul and a in and his two children sleeping peacefully on each side of In the middle of Ysams slanting toward the right was a fearful hole from the sharp edge of an ax which bad sunk deep in his nearly cleaving his head in There was no signs of a Young Hetter has been arrested on sus This morning the bloodstained ax was Ysam had had some trouble with his wifes FOREIGN News and Gossip From the Gor man Emperor William Where lie is Received With Great Pageantry anil The Interview With KingLeopold Be ltwed to Save a Deep belgiom Llkelv to Become a Silent Member of the Triple AllUneoperse cntloo of the JeoiRapld Inareaieof the cholera at by the New York Associated Hohenzollern left Wllhemf haven at preceded by the sqnadron of evolution to convey the emperor to Ostend to visit King Leopold in response to the two visits he has paid to the court at Tha political character of the meeting is No conference with ruling monarch that the emperor has yet pro jected has been a mere The progress of the plans for the chain of frontier fortresses and thn relation of the Congo state and German East Africa will engage the attention of the King who is debarred from actual adhesion to the triple is as strongly biased thereto as the Belgian policy He knows that if disas ter befell Germany in a war with France Belgium would have small chances of being spared by the The per sonal esteem of the monarchs added to cordiality of their The entered Ostend harbor at oclock Immense crowds lined the King accompanied by the court of Flanders went on board the Hohenzollern and effusive greetings were exchanged be tween the king and Emperor William and Prince The two monarcha then retired to the saloon of the imperial Emperor William has telegraphed here that he was delighted with Ihe re The anarchists of Liega who are af flicted with the French socialists mean to make a hostile demonstration and If sible attacs the person of the This information caused extra precau tion to be taken and a force of German police assisted the Belgian Noth ing marred the enthusiasm of the wel come on their Prime Minister Prince foreign and minister of had talks with the Ostend was every where The emperors visit to Oatend will terminate on Mon Official expectation here will be quite at fault if the interview does not re sultin Belgeae becoming a sleeping partner in a triple Family meetings will be held at Osborne to determine tha question whether Prince Waldemar of Denmark or Prince Oscar ot Bweden shall be placed upon the Bulgarian Em peror William continues to favor Prince Oscar as the better choice on the ground of his person The to opposed to having hia brotherinlaw the ruler of now Orders have been sent to the frontier customs posts and to the railways in Poland to watch for the threatened mi gration of Jews from Thn new Russian though not express ly aimed at the expulsion of the will In the end drive from the country vast bodies of artisans andjthe peasant farming who are largely settled in the frontier leading Jew ish firms in Hamburg and Frank fort have commulcated with representa tive Jews in London for the purpose of preparing relief for dlstressad Attempted the Llfoot tha and Figaro print reports that a fresh nihalist plot against the czar hu been discovered In According to these re ports Professor Oarlow of the university of Petersburg and a number of the it IB launches preceding the captain ban extended to The the minister of Sweden and Norway at this capital an invitation to be which will Include the members of bis legation and such officers of the consular service of Sweden in this country aa he may The letters have also been sent to the executor of the deceased and to Rear Admiral the veteran captain ot the inviting them to take part in the ceremonies and to ac company the remains to the It is the Intention of the secretary of the navy to be By the publication of this letter the department invites all associations composed of the companians or former countrymen of Brricson to take part in the proces sion to the students at that Institution were concerned In the have been arrested and many persons have been taken into custody in Moscow on the same Two officers of high rank in tha Russian army have com mitted It ia supposed that they were found to have been implicated in the conspiracy against the czar and took their lives rather than to undergo arrest and the punishment which was sure to Yellowntoue report of United States act ing superintendent of the Yellowstone Crdutrneted Republi can county convention this afternoon elected an untnstructed delegation to the congressional convention at Kansas The question of Funiton or antiFunston was not raised In tha The fight was made on the election of a delegation to the state con ExGovernor George An thony and delegates that are in sympathy with him were elected to tne state con vention at Resolutions endors ing the national and state admiitration were submitted by Anthony and adopted unanimously without amend County KANSAS the Republican county convention which convened In tble city today tho delegates fifteen in to attend the state convention at were instructed to use all honorable means to vote and work last and all the time for the nomination of Wallerfor state The resolution was carried with a The name of Johu Waller called forth unbounded A Breach of the chamber of deputies Benhor Navarra referred to the seizure af steamer James Steven belonging to tbe British African as an act ot patriotic The minitterof marine replied that In seizing the vessel had committed a breach of dis cipline and must be dealt with by the Cholera In appeared in the Spanish province of Bads Joae on the Portugese A rigorous cortier haa been established on the fron tier by the Portugese Cholera on the laureate at cholera ia creasing at Yesterday weie ovet four hundred deaths f onithe account of his first years was received today by the secretary of the IKJT Pull response to an inquiry from the manager ot the Aaleni ou the honorable but he was a manufao1 nrratanr of turer and statement waa an ex parte of hM 1 replied that copper ore cant be tmport replying to in bond for smelting and exportation A Thief Rtealt Hitting who lives at Washington hod stolen from his room last ninM ot mining stock and a small amount of Negotiations on the stock exchange will be Weather till 8 kanaas fair clearing in extreme notthera southerly becoming cooler in northerly Bolld tor llsan county convection select delegates to the rtat to be held in Topeka of i The plasforai In rwmarkable tor i containing but Jourot graphs and confining itself Issues an the railroad comrnisaionB by popular tha of transportation and the improvement ot the laboring Governor Humphrey and the delegation In both of congress are warmly The delegation from the First worA ot Topeka iected because of alleged participation by Damocrtta m the Major Hudson wan uaauloioualy choten chairman of the delegation solid for
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