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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 25, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                NEWS JLLJ k THE Comparatively Bo Change in the Government Oflleials Disclaim Fours of nil Still 1hey are Massing TUESDAY NOVEMBER Tho Guoat Uancnra at tho Standing Rook A BO nay Faith In Sitting Owing to the Kouarrival of the IromHert trail to Call for their Monthly an T UaUBnal ana auspicious Warren baa received this telegram from sent from the agency via Tbe Sioux Indians reported as being ai Powder in and headed for the Big Horn are tho band of YoungMan They are going on a visit to the by permission of the Indian Indian police ac company and they are entirely I suggest to you to tell the people ot that aection that there is no reason for I much regret the ab sence of thia band from Pine Ridge at this aa its presence would aid me materially In the work to be done Governor Warren replied aa follows Your message Accept thanks tor thealndly I have forwarded the Information to Bniblu aud othsr Please mo Jf Incger is Thecompaiy of utate militia at Reck SpriDgsfbae ottered to ootjr tho fitId at inee 1J jcxelximedt 1 know that the jury will condsmn but before be Ing I must get rid of this and he thereupon urew revolver Had sliot Fiores Qenor Gus tuve who stood next to picked up a chair butalmost immediately fell to the being shot through the At this Juncture Honor Jregario on old father inlaw of the flrat bravely closed with the prisoner who did not hesitate to draw the trigger and the ball passed through Senor coming out on the back of the Desk Honor llojas in a precarious but the physician attending him gays he will probably recover Alter shooting Sanov Rojaathe prisoner made a dash for liberty and escaped to the but was CBptured three days nook Itullaun Look Upun HHiluR j Unit UB a FalHo Propliar i ST MA Pioneer special from IX sayt Tho Indians at the Standing Rock Agency are beginning to the iuea which the less excited whites have tried to ex plain to that tbeir messiah Is a false expressionconcocted by Hitting Bull had named the time aud place for tho rneBBiah to appear which timo has paeaed and they were grsatly the meaaiah not with the ex ception of about a they have ceaaod to believe that bitting Bull has any power or any connection with their and some are inclined to believe mefisiah will not All is re ported at Standing Sufficient troops are at baud to keen the hosllles in a state of to Apply for A special to the Tribune from aays Parties returning from Cheyenne agency today state that hardly an Indian was to be seen It being the month la a moat suspicious stance to the as all the In dians show up always ration A man named who runs a small trading store oil White near Rose here today and reports that a band of Indians broke in aud pil laged his stare during hia temporary ab sence He has come to Pierre for as also has a neighbor ranchman named The concensus of opinion here is that affalra are at a critical state among the and that the least thing will pre cipitate an but if no interfer ence is offered to the fanatics they will soon subside and the excitement will pass Supply of Arms for over muskets and ammunition have been received by Governor Tbarer today from the settlers at Cody and other Nebraska near the Pine Ridge The governor says that the entire supply the state is ex Preparations are being made to get the stace militia to go to the front to protect thoae towns in case of an Indian Oole leaves tomorrow for the front and will take a detachment of state militia TUB WORLDS If Tbe Hoard ot Lluly Maunicori Formulate Their Program fur 34 board of managers of the worlds fair resumed Its session thia John A gun urged that business be hurried If we defer uction much longer we shall be tho laughing stock of tbe said JEvery day wo here costs the nation over do something and save oursslves from Tho board got to work on the formula tion of its i tie 19 of what it wanted to aalt for from the Amony tbe matters propoeed by diffwit members of board to be requested were That un administrative bunding for the uee of the board bo erected tin the fuir ground1 thst thsro should not be a separate build ing for the exhibition of womans work that the Hilary of tbe isoretary be that every exhibit bo ncoompanied with statemont nneclfyingthat thaeaid exhibit j IB or id not produced or in part b female NATIONAL Some iatoroBtlng Stattstloa Oon cerntng Information Oontalncd In tho Annual Ucport of Coiuittrollcr of Uio Cnrrcncy Over Three Hundred New Aflaoolatfona Within the Feat Hak Inic lite lotul Number the Largtnt In History of uhla of Bajaklng Somu Becommandatlot B Oolicerutue vlmendxneotR to Exlattnjt 24 annual report of the comptroller of the contains full information in reference to the offiirs of national banko and covers the operations of the bureau for the twelve months ended During this period 307 new as sociations have been organised 50 hav in gone into voluntary liquidation and tt have oeen placed m the uands of The net increase is consisting of a larger grow than dunug any similar period since Thonumburnf active banks oa Octobor was which is an increase uvcr any previous These banks have in cojiiml stock bands deponltcd to secure and bank notes iteluding repra aentea by lawful money to redeem circu lation tall The gross decrease in oiroulntioa during Ihe including notes of gold baniiii aud those of failed and liquidating associations was itud decraase in circuluiiun socurea by Uaitad States bonds i On Oct tho date of 1 rapJrt of bunko were i open for associations ra worlds fair portaa aggregate cipitnl of commission renewed Ha sepsioau this A resolution WHS introduced providing for a separate txhihit lor the AfiicoAmor can There was a great difference of aa to whether theru ahould bo a separate exhibit or It was finally referred to tho ex ecutive The report of th committee oa awards was This recommends bronze metals and certifi cates instead of money Fifteen chiefs of bureaus and tbe di rector general will direct the deatiaiea of the A Ituard of referenco und con trol oC eight members frcm the nuticuai comruiBBion and a like number from tho local directory will constitute a confer ence to settle nil of and undivided pro Uts Gross includ ing due banks nro etated at 0JS au increaao on ouch f thfad iteiaa over tiny previous They hud in specie in legal tender notes in bank aau in United cartiflcatea of oep Accessions to the system have heeu Most numerous in tho spates weet tou Slicassippl Texts being til oiojt prominent with sixty thrao new KS followtd in the namcls Miscouri with with 10 and Washington with The comptroller agcin cilia attention Balnforoementa for Fine war de partment is giving every assistance in its power to In addition to the military force in his ten troops of cavalry etationed in Arizona and New Mexico and a large force frem Fort including two ligbt batteries of have been forwarded to Pine Ridge agency to re inforce bis All of these movements have been sanc tioned by the who is deeply interested in the Indian Troops From Wew here on a tour of Inspection cliilerence that inti arise the umnagsmont of the All ibis depends on tho adoption by be commisaion o reporf of the special committea of thft two bodieu appointed to consider the ques tion of The local directory adopted the report unanimously this evening and it is ex pected the commission will take action The committees avoided the jurisdic tion question and addressed themselves to the task of creating a system of bu reaus that will have out of consideration all disputes concerning tbe respective powers and duties ofthe two The result after an allday conference was that tbe flvo chiefs of the bureau are to be appointed by the director subject to tbe approval of the commie siou and the These chiefs the commia are to bear the stampof The directory is to pay salaries and expensies of the but has tbe power to reduce the expenses ot any department when it deems such action to be in the interest of the expo Material changes or raodlaca tions of tbe plans of buildings ate to be subject to tbe approval of the two committees on grounds and The foreign arltlra committees report recommended tue adoption of Curtis scheme to establish a South American bureau at The committee thought the scheme would an attractive and valuable of New opposed the His principal he was to tbe partisan and political character of the The gentle man who proposed theplan was better equipped font than any other man in the but he personally epr6 sented the gentleman who is now the secretary of He objected to hav ing the official seal of the commission put n matter of purely political pur and which he believes was origi nated to further the political fortunes of the distinguished gentleman who ac cepted the chair ot Jones offered a resolution that it was notdesirable to open the presiden tial campaign of 1898 on the floor at this recommending that the com mittees report be indefinitely post Miller said there was not a shadow of politics in the committees report that there was not a men on the com mittoe who would not despise himself he thought he had permitted polilca to influence his If got benefit through the aoti n of he KOI inrougn me aoti n ot ne has received instructions to order the Commie8loa arranging for a 8 uth Aner nine troops of the Sixth cavalry in New I lean he was entitled to Pend Mexico to the department of the These troopa will be moved as soon as rail transportation can be which is now being arranged for bv They number about 000 officers and A Nervy town of KCvas in Nicaragua was recently the scene of a terrible alnoat unparalled in cnmmal Oa October Lomaa Martinez was arraiged for charged with attempting to murder Trinidad When the charges were read tbe accused called upon to plead he stepped four paces to the front and put ing bis into his inner breMt ing the discussion the commission ad A Strike moulders employed by the Minnesota Thresher the largest manu facturing organization in tbe bavc quit work because twelve convicts hac been given positions in the The master work man rf the order has been ounimoned from Dntroit to confer with Superintendent Dixon on the situation It is stated that it the superintendent In sluts on keeping the c nvicta at work with the civilians all the of bnr emnlo ed by the threshing oompMr wlllba called This will involve several hundred thi fiiri sat laivis ot circulating s UBS become unremunerativo on ao oouut of the high premium ry tno bonds of the United unit renews hie of last ear tuul the obligatory deposit f bonds be reduced that circulation be etucd equal In amount to the par if the bunda and that aemlan uiial duty thereon be fixed at one fourth if one per per The piaaago f the bill reported to the senate by and now pending in tho i B 1 pasucd it would re ttie obligatory depoaita of bonds to for each without re erenoa to the amount of ita and ncreuse the issue of the circulating o 100 per of tho bonds pledged or tuoir The with drawal of bonds will be llm ted to per The olume of paper money would at once be ncreaaed to about which would in a marked aegree relieve tbe ireeent monetary New assoc atione could form more rapidly without advancing tbe premium on bonds ncces wily purchased of the secretary ot tbe reasury for the olnking The pass ng of the act providing for the purchase f silver bullion la considered by the 6mptrolier that amount to a declaration hat tbe national banks will not be called upon to urnish the additional circulation urgently needed and the discussion of measures providing for1 the extension and perpetuation of note issues based upon some new form of ia deemed He also aska that congress provide for the aemi annual publication of the de tailed reports of national banking asso ciation Reports received and tabulated show uraiia were drawn by national banks upon their correspondents during he ended June aggregat ng at an average cost to the purchaser of cents premium on each being auout onetwelfth of 1 per A comparison is made with conditions exlating prior to the establish ment of the national when 1 per centum wgg the average rate of premium on domestic An estimate of ibe amount of drafts drawn by other banks and bankers is also from which it would appear that domestic exchange drawn by banking institutions in the United States during the lunt fiscal year Aggregated Tee comptroller obtained and pub lished returns exhibiting the proportion of paper checks and drafts used in banking as ehown by detailed statements of the receipts of the national associations on July and Septembar for tbe firot date re ports were received from national banks receipts on that were Of this sum etjld coto in silver in gold treasury in silver treasury In legal trader treasury 9 7 in national 000 in United States nf ooaita for legal tender in of dtposita and bills ot in clear Ing and mlccel laueous items Of the total 7 lj conaisted of coin and and the remainder 92 50 per la and other subBtitutea tat i The total of national banks for is stated at ol which coin and papef money constituted per and Ul 04 per The comp troller states that the falling cit in total receipts 011 tbe latter rlate la duo to the govern stringency in the money market then Similar statistics were procuied iu A comparison shows that a larger proportion of coin and pa per mnnoy went into banking operations in 18UO than in Theae ooroontages for the two days in 1881 are 6 07 and In 7 60 ftud 8 06 The increased use of money in bank ing operations here shown is equal to 08 per Is deemed when considered in connection with tbe present apparent insufficiency in the amount ot coin and paper money in It is in that a great change has taken place during the past nine years la the matter of credits and that all commodities are now sold on ehortor time and to a much larger extent for cash than The comptroller expresses tho opinion that the evident lack of currency neces sary to the proper conduct of business during the past few months is greatly aggravated by the retirement of national bank which form of pa par nlono possesses that elastic property so essential In a perfect All money is sued directly by the wheth er of coin or necessarily nou elattic by reason of its being in nil cash avaltnblo for the lawful money reserve of national and in moat cases pos sessing the lagnl tender The comptroller aside from the right tn iemie circulating notes the na tional baBkiac system if its rapid ex tension is a correct more favor ably regarded tban and that thoitranonntiona of the year have been attejndoii by a than average degree of the atockbolders BB rocnived satisfactory and than tbti people at largo hsvo been faith fully and economically and that an banks of discount and deposit the as sociations tu the national sys tem tiiken aa a merited the high of unprejudiced ob A n fupotfsnfc Vnlltltiul Kvent ID king cl Holland died it G oclock thin Lust evening there was a sudden change for tli3 worse in the kings the syruploma Dslng thoBe of The was immediately for and fllnynd ot the bedside during the LUe abbed avsy The public builtiingE are olosed nud all have boou The aiuiitcrs n council at K uhutters of ali the voyal paUiceb uis ilonori aud flags ThedoatU of king ia for moia than me an impoitaut political he nhlady whicli has proved llret allowed symptoms in an aggravated form many mouths and t was thought then that tbe appointment t a regent would be but the king8 pivrtinl seemuu to re move tliut His affliction was oftening of tbe and he was unu ually quiet and almost but at imes displayed great mental Totwithbtunding bin notoiious marital Queen Baima bas ehown the utmost tenderunBB toward her ulowy Jy ng so that the prince of Noesuu poke of her a few daya in an ad irees to the Lumembourg BA that augel of devotion hie tbo kinsf With William III dies the direct male epresentatiQn of the great house ot Or lie was the son of William but only connected collaterally with the amous William ot The ate king wag born in and may mve inherited big insanity from the Smperor Paul of to whom he was elated on the maternal fie aa lended tbe throne in His only is me ia by bia second wife wing A now years of age The kings leath aevera from Holland the uchy of which will prob ibly become under the Duke to the empire of An act ot the Dutch parliament passed some yeara ago provides for the Buccession to he throne of Holland in the event of the ate kingA family becoming Queen Binma is very and will undoubtedly be continued aa regent un il her daughter attains her The states general has called to meet on morning tier i and the three uons and Oliver being at the Bide of the dying husband iwa Belmontd loss will be felt in racing circles aa much in the flnan ciil world where he waa racOgiiizad aa a lever of He 1ms been an enthusiastic lovur of thorouhgbreda and to him more than to any other man due the prominent pnaltion that racing occupies la thin country at the present lie was a breeder of thorough breds and the owner of a racing from pure love of the Bel mont wan born in in where his father wna n landed pro He waa educated in and for several years was m the employ of the Rothschilds in their banking house la that and also in In 18B7 he settled in New York and became agent here for the It was by advice of that tbe Rothschilds have made their large in vestments in American aovernment se A quarrel concerning a lady nbout ibis period led to a duel in which ho was shot and lamed for From 1844 tn 1850 he was consul general at New York for the Austrian In 1851 be wag appointed United States charge d affairs at The Hague and a year later became mlninter He resigned in 1858 after first having negotiated a highly impor tant consular For many yeirs he Wttfl engaged IB backing business In this cltv and waa well knoTca aa a patron of fine hia collection ot paintings being one of tbe finest in tho Belmont took An active interest in In he wan a delegate to tho Democratic national and from that year until 187a was chairman of the national Democratic For twenty yeara he waa president of the American Jocky and was member of the Union and oluer oluriB New Ho murrind Commodore Matthew Tho Prophet of tho Indian Mes siah Found at Nnuio is Labors Johnson Side and He in tho Interest oi Bin Tcmohlngs of CluUt ami tuo for Ihoeo Who Lave ffarped Into tliu Extravagant Doctrines Fro clalmnct by the Vnnorapnloan fifedi cine MefroBhlng Hlorjr Oomea tho PaolAo TUB SVKKH 1 far Iiuunineut fEemiirlinhto Coiuinendublo The queens which will be read at the opeuinf of par Hiimont was cnrcmuaicateJ at the minittejial speech is of unuauul After the custom ary reference to Englands foreign rela the queons speech relates to the threatened potato famine in thh west of Her majesty expresses regret at the existing condition of and says ehe trusts that mtasures will be taken to mltigatn the The speech further says that blllp will bo introducer relative to laud purcDHBes IB education rsforsi or private hill Ipginlatiou for schools and Ihocxtension of local govern ment in If the work of the session imrtnits Ill veiativo to local government in Ireland will also bcintro Among measurus to bo submitted are bills relating to the liabili ty of employes and their friendly socifl tiei and savings iiiullh Found In Jiiflt Albert church deacou and was placed on trial in general eessijnB court at oclock this to answer to the crimes by which he ruined hia Mills At 5 oclock he jury returned its verdict which Guilty as charged in the was indicted a few days ago for orgery in the flrst This waa ae quickest trial oa Sentence Ball At the neetlug of tho American Base Ball As Delation this Zick Phelpn re Accept the and Indian mesalah baa been A letter received today by Miles from an army officer at Los tells the The letter says I know It will he sur prising when I say to you that I havn found tho the story of my findiiig him is as follows Last spring an Indian called and said he would like to speak to the commanding The messenger introduced him to me and I turned him over to another officer for But in a very few moments he was turned over to me I took him in the room and he gave a history of He said hia DUIUB was Johnson Bides that ho was knowu as the peace ranker among all In diinn and the whites iu Nevada where he To substantiate this statement ho tthowed uie a medal which he carried strung around hlu on which was a legend to thu effect that he was presented witn the by eorue Christian goci or hie efforts toward doing of good to bis whether I white uv He could talk very good was dressed like an ofiUnnry hud the Indians way I ot wearing bis tie told me he read or knew the Bible that h i WHB desirous of limiting peace with evoty one and that was why he WUH named said the come frnm afar jG K uee and he bad puled out u iiucb us are made by tho tiorlheru nhich pipe wan recognized as having noiua from either Montana or Da Johnson Hides snid it cunie from the kind of clay of which it wvd made could not be found in Mid that tbo 8ttm was of a peculiar not found In Nevada or Uu mentioned the names ot Indians who hcid yielted him and the tribes they bo longed give the time they bad 1 firmly believe that this is the gocduatured Indian who has cutiaici alt ihls thathe has taiifihttho mem bfru fit liie tribe the story of or uudthattao time wbtu will once more appear on earth us it haa been taught him by theOhriBtlan interested in his He has told these visiting Icdlaoa of the ptmdlse in store for all people the Bon shall once more visit this earth and the Indians paradueis whut hlsim agttmtton may lead him to the came as a white man Be has no doubt delivered the story In its true and Accents Hie THJ Regent Smma has issued a proclamation declar ng Princess Wihelmiua queen of the The queen regent says May her throne find the solid fidelity devotion of her I accept the regency during her minority confiding in God and praying that my task may be so fulfilled to assure the welfare of the country and the consider tlon of the AUOUST BKLMOJST Tha Grent Now York Banber SuooambB to tho rule of NKW Bel the great influential Dem ocrat and worthy is Be passed away at 3 oclock this surrounded by his sor rowing at his atlC9 Fifth Belmont had been ill but a few Bis sickneBa was the result of a caught at the Square garden during the horae It wan not thought to be serious at bu pneumonia developed and Bel mont was confined to hie hpuae The end at 3 oclock this used Allen Thurman of Columbus was to succeed A conference ommittee consisting of Barnie and Chris Yon der Abe was appointed with full power to act for the iBsociation In any It is be ieved that they will find a way to ex clude Syracuse and Rochester without losing the American Association Farnell Will IB stated this excellent authority that at he meeting of the Nationalist memb of the house of commons to be held to morrow before the opening of parlia ment Parnell will announce his re Irement from the leadership ot the Irish Davitt in a speech tonight said he elievcd that Parnell would tomor row prova himself a greater patriot than lie enemien believed him to by tak ng a course that would minimize the danger to autonomy for Ken the negro who was arrested here charged with complicity in the murder of Amos J Btillwell in Unn 20J taken Louie this evening In charge of a detco Kenrick admits he was in Hanni bal at the time of the but ilaren he Is Innocent of all connection with An Ellet Airalnit tbe gov eromBnt forbidden tbe newspapers to publish a petition drawn up by the asking they be placed on a nivil with otder In HUB An edict of tbe of lards that DO work in connection with the Indians retelling tbe story have warped and woven it according to tbtir Johnson Bides la well known to all people living along the line ol the Cen tral Pacific railroad in tbe vicinity of and after reading this seemed Impressed with the that Johnson Bides Is the same Indian who IB referred to In the letter of Huggins from Poplar Creek a Whether this explanation ot the craze be true or it not alter In the least tbe plans of Miles for promptly repressing the threatened widespread Conflict Between and 24 special to tbe Noes says A courier arrived in this city late tonight from a small Mexican plaza twentyfive miles having made tbe ride in little over an Ills horse fell dead from ex haustion juat in the outskirts of the After releasing himself from the dead animal the courier hastened to the her ills office where hn gave the information that a running fight had j ust place between fifteen or twenty cowboys and double as many Mexicans in which over five hundred sbotn were resulting in the death and wounding of several pa both The courier had made bin rsiiikable tide for physicians and So further particulars be hod to Want a Kecelver NBW was stated to day and not denied at the companys of llce that the Oregon Improvement com pany would tomorrow apply to have Simons appointed The appointment will betnado at It is also and not denied by the that tbe interest cilia will not be paid Tho properties controlled by the com pany comprise tbe Pacific Const ieHiiseblp corn pan operating Sve uhip lines on I lie Northern Pacific severs and a large atcpunt of coal lands uod real It Mated i bat the company is but owing to condition of tbe mosey market tbo officers deem it bw for all to have a receiver he government ahull he given to Jews misifle of the territorial limits assigned to Weather Nov uu itS Kansas Pair 111 Wednesday night slightly cooler wetttriy Guatemalan Kxport depart ment of etateia informed that tbe meat of Ouaterjels imposed an ex port duty of one dollar and eightyfour cents per pound grom on silver coined or ID The reason given by tbe public prens for tbU action it increatcd panic of silver in tbe   

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