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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 21, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                I HUTCHINSON NEWS FRIDAY NOVEMBER A BIG Barker of Philadel phia aro Forced to tho Their It IH Will i ABgrcgntc Abimt Tliron WU ioiis of Dollars I effect of maintain ing the list outside of grangers above last nights and the final changes thin evening show a majority of The was heavy and clone to tho lowest tlgurosof tho Tho London Tho ptmie on tha tEock exchange wns tubaided throughout tho There steady growth of a i fueling of anil he nb THE OonflioUuR Rumors au to tho ProhnbiiitioB of a SolliciH Sunn tlic When tho Fun Will Trolmlily ihrahain the Vcnemiue fonntlcr o adverse mmorn leil to II fair I of the Prostrated thn OatRB In Vuluos ng tha In mew York Ptook Market Agnlu Develops Panicky bankerb and f ailed Their liabilities aro believed to be Thu failure was duo to the late shrinkago in i Abraham tho veuoiabiu found er pt the Is tho fiUher of Wharton the other member of the aeemed ovei whelmed by the fiatastro has befallen the He is if the best known financiers in the was foimerly president of me Slock Wharton Barker said this after noon The aasignineut in We hoped to be able to open but it was People who owed UB and upon whom we did not pay We expected that they would do but they failed tn montthnir and now we have fulled to meet That la nil that can be said Of couraa the condition of tho money market haa much to do with the The utop was necessary for tho protection ot our Wharton Barker was president of the company of Pennsylvania and I waa a director cf the Investment oomi pcmy of of which hitter company he was formerly vice Just before the suspension of Barker wrm the company made immediate preparations lor an anticipated run oil its deposits subsequent de amount o buying for both speculation j aad bauk I combined with batter priceo on the cosI tinent and in aBBiflted in lug strength to the iiuotatiODB en the j The dealings showed an approach to American rail road securities were especially active and Tills was partly du to the lurgn purchases to cover bear Tim recovery ranged from to Tho rise iu nilvpr caused an uuvimce in rupee paper of and in Mexican railways of 8 In foreign government Argnntlce advanced to Mexican government bonds tn Vru their Brooke is informed that bands of Indians are en route from Rose Bnd agency to join those at Pine Therftis no truth in the report that sixty Bioux Indians wero killed yesterday In a factional A QCKVLICT itun on Itsnk N MV ruu which bectmi on the Citizens Savings bank hero waa continued this As early us i oclock there were at laaat from ta excited Poles gathered in tho Tho president said to a re porter WB niade about ifi 000 in inter est mousy yesterday lost by tho frighten od In all wa out over und took in about Tho ruu will probably contiuuo today and but we their nionoy buck 5 Ho Old regular meeting of tho diretors ot the Hank uf England took They made no change in tha banlr rate Tlie rate of discount iii the open ia psi velopments showed the precaution was well A number of checks AAIBUD presetted during tho hour of the company has daya business and some accounts drawn I tftrv The were but are be and Treasurer Sleurn eured a number of porBona who had ac counts there that the company waa eni tirely solvent and wntid pay everything presented in the form of n check or ether I At the special niBetiny tiie directors of the Finance compauv of Pennsyl thia afternoon the resignation of Wtetton Barker wan re oeiTba and VicePreeidbnl Tower waa elected A syrdi cate consisting of Drexal Browc Co the Provident Life aud Trust ocm panv and the Peunaylvania Company foi the Insurance of the Lives find tho Grant ing of AumiitieBhas been termed for Ihe purpose of advancing to the Finance company of Pennsylvania any amount of money that may bo uecessary to meet its outatanding It is asserted that the company is certainly solvent with the assistance of the syndicate will be fie t tide over the crisis in its af WALL I iMiitunl Annuulatlnu Fnvai Mutual Benefit Association tianembly todny ijjreod to re 11 tlm patent ileioHndiug TJieaboli The Sioik HutUur and With out stock markets has been rather quiet and with out any of the uzcltement which has marked the trading in stocks for the paat two while thn movement of prices were irregular nad several changes of temper occurred which resulted in leaving the Hsliirrpgulariy changed from laat nights The early London I advlcea ahowed in improving feeling and the the Bank of England atthpir regilirweekly meeting allowed the minimum rate of discount to remain inatsad of advancing it topper aa hud been This caused a demand at the opening here tocoycr eiiorts nrd prices ovec I all up from pet Thoj upward lacked Riid wbiie a ehiwrd ight gaiua the came to a halt and some ot the traderB who had bought at the low prices prevalent yesterday re alized their proofs aud Iho beara felt the market with BOUH ehorts which eoon turned the current and the market sagged Extreme dullness marked the idding for the remainder of the lore after that the bears again trking advantage of the w uitiaMo put out an of tho national banking system taat circulating medium of govorn mtnt be confined eilvtr md cop per United Stutea Treasury notes favor the raonuy by the tional tovurDiiint to citizens iu amounts not exceeding to any one am property secured fitintorehtnotto ex cuedI annum favor the issue and sale at The government of United Slates beuda in denominations of baaringS per interest arid redeemable at the option of the The resolution de i manded the regulation of corporations by They also fayor the election of vicepresident and United States BMiiatore by popular oppuHK the civil service laws and lix the tenure in oIHoe of United States Judges at a period not to exceed nine yeare the election of and railroad Bud ware house commissioners by popular vote la alao urged pensions to soldiers ore approved and a revision of govern meut ofticials is as also is a reduction of the taxation on necessaries and and tan regulation of immigration and the manufacturers adulterated The resolutions conclude by mnking provision for tho of a na tional organization to attend the coming session ot legislatures throughout the country In the interests of the farmers and calling upon the rep I Troopt liotli tlie Vine iCosr Hnfc tlura Their Wlvun and Uhlllron to Flrtcntf of bnfaiy fn Autluipatlon ol I roubleThe Mtfinlnli urnzo Ooneral the army Uirad luarterfl this Miles re ceived K letter dated at Camp Poplar which came from one ot the army oulcers at chut which contained considerable mat ter o interest with reteronce to tho I agitation among the Indianc of tho far concerning the now meaj army ofllcer sayu I ar rived here last night at 12 oclock and to continue ray journey west ward cotu ainding thinks that all tholndiaus the TDservation believo In themen fiinh HP aiyo that tho moro intelligent halfbroeds bejievo u it of younger Indians hsve eyeiitly procured new but whjio ho doea not The ladiacn here us a whole no woll but if they had snouey they would coon arm u talk the ludlau agent who ulno thinks that the belief la the aiosaiau in priicticnlly iio iiiclerstaiida of the most prominent Indiano in thfj tribe jelinvee There has beuu ao isrpat tisciteuieuthere yyt nor any religious but thbra is a deep und univeraal interenvand a belief thut theio will bo astonishing rnauifestanoiiH ju their beluill before very The agent sayi that at time of the trouble i the Gross threo years j age ail oi fSiMix Indians were to the still there wan universal with Bword aud lUnappomtinent when hie su pernatural clttiuia proved to he On the 22c of October last one of Sitting BullH White and two otner came here and preached the They denounced the I Will Drank Up the Ghost Dunce ami tho Fun 111 KiiSi3 dispatch from Joiues formerly of this now post trader at tho Pine Ridge vvaa received here to The dispatch mentions the arrival of tto troops and continues aa follows The In dians are actually crazed with religious fanaticism and the excitement at the ghost danues of tbo most intense Add ta their excite ment utter recklessness of consequences induced by blind fanaticism and you may gain Borne idea of tho It ia the general opin ordered u day or two to atop the In rtiana ghoat Thenltroublo wiil undotibtidly Two or three of these aie iu A herder who juat renchod Lore reports thatoev A DREAM OF But the Realization Was Most Miserable tho of Suffering Among tho Topo lobnmpo ColoniBU on the Coast of Western for Two Tcnrn Have Ileon and tlte People Thorn BAVO Been Un able to Hake a of Llr Sunken and Alt Manner of Creeping Things Make U IllMiry to of A Wnmnu Rna Tried long in terview with woman juat returned from the cooperative colony on the western coaat of is printed The woman says the colonists are Buffering great hardships lor lack of proper food and the con vioncea to which they wore aacustomed in their eastern The cropa she have bnen failures for tw The colonists have been nnable to make a satisfactory or a respeeta era Hundred Indiana have congregated I Me living and many of ttam ati willing secretly roilta from this They and anxious to raturn aro all anued and they are ex pecting lie Soaa Sioux to join them of the aottlorB have re moved tutiir families to places of ttniuty am nil apprnheasivo of thn Bullulo fi this evening o thi Aa aociateii Milts hnd just receiyml thit the troopn under Brook hdl light with the Indians thin BfterucDE fcitwcen HiiGhvillo und Pine The extent of thecaaualltieB and ieaultc tho imgngementhasnotyat been BuSaio Bill expressed onli dence tWtil Miloa if let by hn settle the trouble Milea cnuid not be soeii either at liiu noiirtquiutors or It was stated ho had gono out iu company with his adjutant Mies was eeen by a about he knew He siiid poui lively that svbout ths rpport Ketilr lor War ni Acting smdlnid the Indians here to Belt toilj received Ume ot was directed resentativea ot tho association to keep aloof from the old The was accomplished at tfdays sesnion of the Knights of At the session to night it ugrwd after much dlecus sinn t j hold ft lefnrmod industrial con Terence during the enEUinj ypar for tbo foimiut of uu indepondeu platform upon the principles of the pro amble of tho Knights of tho The IAtmerp Alliance and all lubor orgaui zations in the country ara invited to sand delegates to the T Beauniont and following i OooporM I very i to ci vide therasfilvej with arms and iiHitnuni nud aieer tbo other Indiana mxl spring in tho Hllln country They voro ordered nil but iu tead of back to Sitting Bui they vent to voody Mountain to carry the tho roainants of tho Ogallia and Uucappos that aro still A ioyal lndinn living flfteea iway WHS at the agency Having j iibt hud ii lone tain vith ie may have elid to he had no bo Cf A a iof in the new Ue aaid that Huthville informs Miloa tue ing Hull hns beeu particularly hardI troope lirooku reached Pine hearted since the death of his only surI jgo nt 7 oclock thiu The linpatch from Special Agent lie Kiie agency Indians They atlli continue Brooks wUfc iive CMm troo froopa of 8otchlisa and one OatUng at th Indiana e coming iu large numbers and will IP immediate iving one year lio has a lot of very ugly Indiana about who enfrom 3m T1reto ia ourage each other and they talk meut fec Oincinc powwow ftutl keep up the excitement to j inch a pitch that there is danger bloodshed before things can be He Buys the Indiana with ting Bull shjuldjaturt a JisSurbance or i outbreak and were not very quickly feeling and aettlera ereroturn quelled a party of young warnors from A Sioux teamster arrived today liere would likely Btart aotOBS the noun to join Ho agrees that the be lief in the mesfliah is practically unan There is no intention of com Around mittiug any outrages at but the i HiJ11HK statement IB IndUnB ore hoping for something won here suyutho Uroa vtfutures and i 1arnell will rodign his aaat in ParlUwiont the Foit Belknap reservation Indians are I at the tho ausslon aud will offer excited over the raessiah aud MO more forrc At tho great Na tionaust meeting hod today at West of whio Ireland took notice waa ono Iaruell was incapable of treason to Juatln in moving a vote of conddence in the leader of the Irish said he did not ignore the aerious nature of the question they had tn but he waa sure that It would not cost them a single friend who md Buppnsteii them from the The mayor of Cork and others supported McOarthjs which was carried mid great entbuaiaam and anxious to raturn Tha Bhe aayet suiter The utmosphero aeeraa tn say their very life with ita torrid Tha food quickly becomes in featfid with worms and until they are obliged to eat with their eyes Tha lega of the dining tableu are set in pans of water to keep the antu from swarming over the and tho reserve food is hung from tho loot by wiroa to keep the nuts from With tnakea und all manner of creeping thingti swarming about it IK misery to hundred colonists started for ho place from here last AN IlUlOKTANr SUI Iio Ort o vif tlio Ohcrokoo Live Htuuk As va K KANSAS suit of the Ghtrokce Strip Stock Association against Stoller was tried today In Slovura Stollorwas a tec ant on the Btrip leased Irom the Cherokee Indiana by tho He declmer to rmj last yoarii rent on the ground thai the associations lease was invalid inas much as the United States government aud not the owned the The amount invulvod in the suit was onlj but its importance was great tha it brought forth a legal decision us to he title to thn After the evidence fcpea piivii Slover instructed the jury to Hat for the In his ItiRtruotioug Jujge declared rhe aaaociatioafi lenst them to be the owners of the The association on f trengtl of tha decision will now sue the United States government for ia a Hum nggregctini millions of have thct members by reason uf the govornman j hav ing elected them from the Btrip two yeara before their leaae thus forcinu a premature marketing of their the mills ground nd last week including ae product of the Pillobury At Anoka the aggregate production Everybody is ranking yery barrel of lour in order to et in beforo freight rates go The hcrtage of cars has been more sorloua every the past and it has put millers to their wits end to keep their mills from shutting Another ob tacle with which the millers have to ombat IB the low price of growing out of the unsullied condition of he money The uncertainty of financial matters has caused the domea ic Hour trade to dwindle to small pro Present values are generally egarded M very but the fear of urther depression from financial trouble ceeps the trade from buying except as it iii The foreign trade Is more PnnHlonH for illowed Kauaans today as follows Orlgiaal Peity Hobert Jowell Lemue Dexter Jacob Wichlttk Buehong John National Military Home Rriua Bnosdalo Jacob Cherry vale John Ar lanaaa City Leroy Wiley Bathel Russell kuloonii Ssnoco GIKI rey Mullinville Henry Sewton tsiliiB Chapman lilchart Military Parsons Tohn Scrimtoa Timothy Hur Armourdale Paolftj Mount David Lyons Isham Obarlln Jacob El Dorado Stephen bew thin Allen Hutchinton Rob ert Audovor Simon Hal Burns John Brookville Wat son Lebo Wm Santa Fe Jordan Einporia Newton Aia Klijah Wil Raieaue and K cattle and denying thorn tho opportunity of or gaging in a profitable A Story or Ilulu dUl KASBAB John Blair cf the Cherokee Btrip Live Stock in the city and tella a startling story ruin and devastation no w ia order 5n the He expreaaed the opinion thia morning that within thirty daya from the time the Strip ia va cated by the ranchmen all the improve ments made thory will be possessed by thieves from Oklahoma and unless the government wdnrs out the Kl epecUi term of the district lourr for ths will cloao Ihifl reakiug i twn weeks special jy it win o golden opiaious an un able The grand Jury adjourned Dur ing this term o court John Kaineb han beon coavicted ol a f eloniona usnault upon Johh and lj in jail awaltinjt wh was nliw with a like Was acquit The cune of John who was thu party to thia wan continued until ihn April of A number of parties indicted will not bo tried till the conmiEUionev of ludian passed through here this afternoon after visiting the Datliog ton He has gono to thonce by atage to Ue ex pects to reach Washington by tho second or third day of next Ho ex presses himself as delighted with Okla homa territory and bellevea the reserva tion will be opened to settlement by the coming panled Morgan arconv protect the The terms of the en80 made squarely at tho grangers anrt the Rick laland in particu The rumor that the next dividend be wan freely anil had ioine coming at the name time with the announcement of the failure ot BiTker in Philadelphia helped attack this 1 Wright were ohossin delegates to from herd to visit Sitting Bull to Sbd it j minster the iord mayor made the new waa 011 their opening Ete said the only crime way to Standing Rock ono of Yellow said he had ft rev elation ordering him to kill him self an u teat of faith with the promise that ho should bo raised from the He committed euicide and the party went on with out When they reached Standing Rock agency they found Yellow Hawk there aliva und having been resur rected and atsiettil by tho great mesaiah to the jgency iu advance of hia compan Tlie party baa not yet but thia IE the story that they send Ia conversation with Miles re garding the importation of the the general referred to the fact that in during thn ot thn this lii troops to with Oherokeea by the tiive Stock Association provides that all permanent improvements shall revert so the ueo and ownership of the Cherokees when the cattlemeu vacate the The cancel lation of the lease by the government leaves the Indiana in pOBBoaeion of the Already threefourths ot the ranch and fences have been torn down and carried The value of the entire improvements is placed by Blair at attend the supreme council of the Farm ere AUinuoo ut of wao during the to dapreas the stock of the cenera mar and rrqu The failure had a epncial influence upon and that stock kept with i the grangers in the downward as long as it Tha drop amounted to about from 1 to S3 per in the grangers and a fractional amount in the rest ot the with the exception of Bock which was knocked down from 67 to and even the declara tion of the regular dividend upon tha Missouri Pacific preferred und ton were of no eflVct in checking the The hears withdrew their forces to ward the marbnt displayed no recuperative and though there weather waievidence of good and espe dally in Miasourl Pacific and Union I 8 oney was easy throughout the i silver showed some improvement be resistance in tho general list was recent political campaign Iu vsnia issued certain circulars upon Omnd Master Powderly nns sua ponded from the gnnera assemblies fur five from the order fur one to come r ftt Albuquerque Albu quorque special to the News saya Oity Marshal Morton last night arrested tiillie WcClurg and thren children on tel pgrnphic orders from the Bheiiflof Win The woman is the who with tlie aBHintaace of a gun and belli up her divorced husband near few dayBagOjUnd robbed him of their un Friday kanaaB Fair until Bttimluy niitht slightly ex cept Khgbtly warmer la southern portion variable dlan chief who is at the head of his wae concerned in the maesa which is matter of where within tho apaco of days 800 people wora iu cold The gen eral ban no hesitancy in saying that he regards above referred as ono of rbn moat dangerous and blood thirsty red skius in that part of tha coun EvoryUiiur iif moat satisfactory to naitt tho and that the troops which uiade the forced march uudtr cover of and reached their point uf destination bafra the Indiana had innuiuratrd sod the further feet that they are not committing anv serious acts of violence is and now they huva to attack our troops in our own of resort to breaking away from the At 1lue Brooke and his company reached Pine this Two troops of cavalry that have been patrolling thti north side of the reaervation nil euromer will Join compauy to The JPiua Rldg greatly exolted and contimi Pnrnelln Private Paruell hag Che Worlds Fair worlds tent to several of hia colleagues a com munication to tho effect that as long as he ig supported by bis colleagues and Irish he will at the lelm in He Bays that he has never sought either office t reward of any kind torn any Jtiaglish and doea not Beak their assistance The Irish not English pol must dccido thn question of the leadership o the Nationalist At the present critical juncture he would be false to his duty to Ireland if he should desert because of private matters with which politica have no con Mtuitnnarlutt flout from the Congo State says that the Baptist Mission atearn boat which is stationed ia the upper Congo river has been conQscated by the officers of the Congo on ground that it is re quited for state The British hauled down aad the Hag of the Uongo Bute hoisted on the The englneerB and stokers were compelled to continue national commlBslon met here again to The auditing committee reported the expenses of the commission to date The report of thn committee on buildings and grounds came up SB a special It luuommended the fine art and decorative art the music the electrical the water palace aad steel tower be placed on the lake front with the main depart ment buildings together with the govern ment and atate exhibits on Jackson Park and the overflow on the midway plalulnce and Washington The report was adopted thus settling the vexed site Zkfco Hlui morning 8iyc tho McQlynn is soon to be reinstated as a priest of the Church of This is learned upon good ecclesiastical Bishop of has been working in HcGlynne behalf Ella tilortH have at least been BO far suc cessful that McGlynns cshwill soon be reopened at Milling Rorthuiutcm Miliff The flour output liit week next to thn Urgent on Tfor week ending Tmlon iaulllc 3SKw of the Union and Presi dent of the Northwe have been in this city since and it said that some important will soon The Gould people statfl that tho board of directors of the Union Pacific will bo reorganized within tcr and a fltatemeui is circulated that President Adams has signined hie wit lingness to band iu hia resignation if it U asked It is also ttat if hefindt that the large stockholders ale opposed ho will Kobls Bohlnd N The bcrs of the Toug Yong one uf the most extensive Chinese merchant Using and who are also labor have fled to China with the wages of 240 Chinete Uuheruion who recently returned from The abuconderB owe other creditors making their liabilitlea It IB stated that failures amounting 000 have occurred amoug Chinese fair during the paat BIln Mian Wiliaid today sent the following telegram to the convention in session at the North Ava nue Allegheny City PUIBNEY Believing that it ia legally and morally wrong for any body to take the name of thn National with the prellxuou we ask you as a Christian sister to dis continue the use of thia not ia learned that the name of the Rumlan Pole who is sus pected ot the murder of Bilvurskofl is Padlewnky not formerly A pernnn reuHmbhon Paillewsky croesed the Balgiau frontier Tuesday Valuable millionaire who hog an office on South EUOstead waa robbed of a tin box containing over 000 of mil other Thft Worlde board of manngera met today urn elected Psfcet Palcner MUsPhwbe Couainaol HUaourU WM cboMn   

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