Wednesday, November 26, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 26, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HUTCHINSON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER A MAD The Leader of tho Sioux Indians is Out of He Snys He Will Never the Agency in jncst of Kntlons Visit the Chicago arrested fat sell Kg oleomargarine contrary to the pro visions of the stats Judge Nelson of the United States circuit court todsy discharged thn holding that the law vriMi unconstitutional in that it inter fered with tbe constitutional provision allowing interstate commerce in original VTIH Outlier Together UlB DORB nnd His Otinip and tlta HlmBoir Away to Homo Remote FdBtnen Where the Military Cannot y Annoy aimXho Opinion That Ilkere 4 be no Finite Seems to he Cuanl Standing R ok special Tue two Indian scouts sent out Saturday night by command ing Foit with instructions to scour j country between hero and Sitting 1 ttufia camp and ascertain if any Indians on the warpath and the statement affairs at Bitting Bulls re last evening ana report having aeen no Indians on the They went to Sitting Bulls camp on Grand Being known to Bull as military snouts they were at once suspected as spies and were treated veiy harsaly by Bull and Bull told them he understood there were two thousand Boldiiirs coming to Yatos to take him and his said I haverunners coming and going every day and know everything that is going on and as soon as these soldiers come I will take my fatally and ponies and those that will follow me and and they will not get he said to the scouts see that we haye abandoned the mens houses and are living in our native and will not return to the nor to the agency the supposition here is that if Bull of any serious trouble at the lower or if the military attempts to take he will at once break camp on the Orand river and join the hostlleB at the lower thereby declaring war I against tne Bulls eon was in yesterday and when questioned as to whether or not Bull was he he is never FOREIGN Tho British Parliament Opened YeBtarday UOUNiKLniAN MUST An Important Ruling on a Catto Jlnvolv Injt Kllllroiul Blodgett in the United States districtcourtthia morn ing rendered a dcciiion which closely affects the efficiency of the interstate commerce law for the punishment uf persons and corporations found guilty of making secret special The Inter state Commerce in response to complaints that rates from points west of Chicago have been manipulated in the interest of certaia favored caused an inquiry into the matter to be made by the federal grand Among the witness called was Charles Counsel a prominent dealer on the board of He was asked if he had not received rebates on consignments of grain over the principal railroad lines from the and under advice of eel ho declined to answer on the ground that to do so would toad to criminate Ho was cited to appear before Judge Blodgett and make answer why he should not be compelled to respond to the The matter was argued yes terday and this morning Judge BlodgeK rendered his holding tuat Counselman must Counsel man will still refuse to testify and the matter will be taken on appoal to the United States supreme i wranjix Ita Condition B Set forth In tho Furm following will appear in this weeks Farmers The reports of our crop correspondents Indicate that the genera condition of winter wheat in Illinois la but ii many sections la badly infested by the Hessian In Iowa very little winter wheat has been and in some coun Duly TUc Speech From the Throne Saul to Have fireated u Favorable Pmltli Outlines the 1rograw of Guveruraent liehrluc flea tlu Kinln ItelleC Expedi tion and Affulrn In Turkey Will Re ceive no Attention at Thin coming until the military overpower Hopes are yet entertained that all will pass off quietly and that cold weather will put a stop to the A howl ing blizzard would be a godsend the Dakotas about B PINE Thoao On the Ground ray luat the Bltua Ss JBte special from Pine Ridge says The condition today is considered criti Brooke and Agents Royer and Cooper held a consultation this morning and all admitted thut the aspect of affairs is The indications are now that tilgood Indians are on the point of join ifil the ghost dancing A special from Thu Xarnell Northern opened to Tho speech from the throne wag read icd well In the Qonae of entered the house ot commons at 2 Tiie first member to greet him was Cun ningham accosted him in the lobby and shook him warmly by tht Parnell after congratulat ing a Home Rule upon his managed to evude the crowd of waiting in the lobby ia the hops of obtaining an interview with the Irish and left the house accompanied by tln The Parnell members did not know un utter Che reading of the queens speech at what time they WITH to meet Par who had not communicated with his followers since the sending out of the cir cular calling trie The Nation alist members all declare that if Parnell were elected to return the be would receive the full support of hie Individual recognizing the feeling of the English Liberals in the matter ex pressed themueivBS as opposed to Par nells retaining the No one knew what Pirnellu decision would be but all declared thaS he would do the right The Liberal members were almost unanimously of the conviction that Pdrnell would have to After the reading of the queens to the Emin relief expedition the govern mea no right to institute an inquiry i8 the expedition was a purely voluntary Regarding the distress in ampin measures Would be taken to meet the trouble ahd care for the people la every Morly iutim ited that he would in troduce a motion concerning resent events in and Smith promised tout an opportunity would be eivea for u full discussion of the nub After aLfowmembers bad spoken the was agreed This the first time in fifteen years that toe address baa been agreed to on the day of the open ing of Oanaed by tho Banting or a Dam flood hdd its origin In the bursting of the dsm enclosing Tepl When tho dam gave away the river instantly rose to a fearful height and a volume of water ten feet poured throueh the Alte and NeneWisleAlarlenboder the mar ket The gas and water works were completely mined The flood continued for four when the waters gradually The river into which tho Tepl IB nowii vast Several corpses have been iloatlpg on the surface of the biH it is believed there has been no loss of life in Carlsbad IJamage by from Elberfelii says the Wupper river has risen and five persons have been drowned in the Two bridges have been oaaried out and other damage The neighboring town of Barman is GLADSTONES He Thinks Parnell Must tire for tho Re His Retention Would 1litce the Cause a Position of Great Em Tbe Grand Olrt That Uo Some Now JTound for the irtih Putty He Hlnuelf Mar Oompellea to Betlre From the Leud of the Xii amplt of HomU Over the request of Morley has communi cated to Farnell the following written Monday DKAH MOBLKT Having arrived at a certain conclusion with regard to the continuation of Parnells leadership of tbe Irish 1 hava seen McCarthy on my arrlva in town and have inquired from him whether I am likely to recaivo from Mr Farnell himself any communication OB the McCarthy repliei that he was unable to give an I mentioned to him that in after the terrible ties very little advouco has been mado Peach Bilfour gsva notice that he until recently on account of dry In other localities the crop is looking Missouri reports an increased The general condition through out the state is Kansas mis ft great increase in her acreage of Few ccmplaiata of the Hessian lly are In a large number of counties the early sown wheat is fair and the late sown is in very good condition and grow ing VVe summarize tho report o condition of winter wheat as compared with an average as follows Iowa Missouri Kansas Michigan Kentucky Indiana Ohio WIB consin would introduce four bills relating to Gladstone gave notice of the in troduction of a bill to remove the disa bility which prevents Catholics from oc cupy ILK the offices ot lord chancellor of and lord lieutenant of lie At on the Warnow timber yards are submerged and at War tbe outpost of the Rostock on the the esplanade ban been de rivera are still French TurKfe on The tariff committee Las raised the import duty an mutton from 3 to 3 francs per 100 and has imposed duties of 20 francs per 100 kilos on pork and butchers 10 francs on sinukod or salted 50 fr mi s on pate do foie gas and 27 francs on salt KetlrloE Old The Official Qaettte published a government proclamation calling iiuby aUgbld coins murders In Pflujaix although totally relieved from any re bad spontaneously written nte and ottered to take tho Oblltern hun an offer ranch to bis but which I thought it my duty to While clinging to the hope of acommuni catlOn from Parnell to whomsoever I thought it view ing the arrangements for tbe mentof the session to ac qunint MoCtirthy with tbe conclusion at after using all tho means of observation jand reflection in my I had myself ar It j was notwithstanding the splendid services rendered by Parnell to his his continuance at the present moment in tbe leadership would be productive of consequences disastrous in the highest degree to the cause of I think I may be war ranted in asking you so far to expand the conclusions given above as to add papers ire rejoicing over a hey consider as disastrous to the Gliul tonian party as that of and which hey believe may possibly prove a fatal to the home vuo aspirations ot the Irish Omated Great It IB learned that Gladstone had an interview with Parnell before the publication of the etter to and that he urged Pornelt to retire from the leadership of the Nationalist The publica tion of the letter caused Intense ment on tho lobbies of the house of The Parnellites gathered in irroupB and informally discussed the sit uation resulting from Gladstones Finally formal meeting ot tbe Nationalist members was called for 10 oclock ABk a BnvpooBlota of At a meeting of Irish members of the house of commons today the motion for the reelection of Parnell to the leadership of the Irish parliamentary party was made by and seconded by in returning thanks for bis re said he hoped all would suspend judgment in the recent case until the whole truth could bo Parnell The meeting of the Nationalists was attended by every mem ber in Power with issued To or at the furthest the time set for a bloody engagement between the soldiers and Indians at Piiw but adyices up to noon today port all quiet on the Your correspondent interviewed Bap a squaw now living on the Sioux He has lived among them for thirty years and is intel ligent and wealthy and of wide influ ence among He stated in sub stance that no outbreak or depredation of any nature would I attended a council of the dancers night before BsUour announced that he would rcintroducn the Irish land bill onTuurs day the govern ment intimated that the govern ment wnuld take tho whole time of tbe hous until the leading hills wero read a I Ho the goverumont to aupoiuta commission accession ot Queen ttironev After er n McCarthy on his Porter referred to Parnells services on be half ot Ireland and said ho believed there was a unanimous feeling tbat Parnell should be reelected of the Irish Tho mooting reelected ParnriH by a unanimous aiactetone May In a postscript to his letter to Morloy Gladstone but that it Parnell retained the leadership of the Natlonal 1st party he should feel it necemary to reconsider his own as all prob ability of carrying home rule during his lifetime would have May Withdraw from Parnell subse reelection to the Irish lead ership had a conference with John Morley and Charles Not withstanding his endorsement by theNa he all these when they discussed matters and the leadein speeches to the young bucks were all to the effect while they could easily wipe out tho troops now on hand if they did so there would be ten soldiers theve next day to where there was only one to day and it would be only a question of days until tbe last Indian would they where would we go to We are surrounded on all sides by soldiers and We have not rtroviBlons for a campaign and would safely and our squaws and our vrould perish before our Toe council united in ad vising and agree ing to submit peacefully to whatever the vsQt Bear Drinking Iu the committee 6f of which Hughes of Arizona was appointed by the national convention of the Jjeld at called on the prcti dunt and the secretary of war today anct Urged them to issue an order prohibiting tbe sale of light wines at military Tb e coinmitteesaldthatihegovein m ent was not only licensing and en couraging beer and wine but was even compelling commis sioned officers of the army to be overssers ot military called and thusgive a semblance of respectability to beer They stated that under the government canteen system tne consumption of beer had more than and declarer that the mili tary garrisons in the west were rapidly drifting Into agents for and the soldiers were acquiring intemperate habits which unfitted them for either military or civil did to inquire nto the Emin ralief expedi Tho he was in no sense roBponstblfi fov the selection of Sianleyii Mr dluney moved a resolution thaukins tho quoon for thfa speech ad dieused by to Fulton conservative seconded tho loadstone aaid thp cuango iu lio form of the addreat in reply to tne queeiio speech appeared to proceed irom the assumption that only a uinglo t could be moved on new The Offer Demo cratic members of the Board of Qommlu sloners of the Columbia hav ing objected at Chicago yesterday to some work of the state department in aid Auxious as he was to expedite business by preventing the discussion ol topics noc mentioned iu thu spoBcn from tho ftilt mac the difficulty of thus confining iau dabUite had Uoen greatly increased by Hcmtha announcement ol the govtru io intention to take thu whole time ot the house until the government bills were read a second Many mem bers would not be willing to permit their loimer privileges to be so the government hud avoided reference to some important Was tne house to understand that there existed nothing in the differences with tuo United States regarding Behring San mat was likely to interfere with the continued existence Oi the friendliest relations with their kith and kin across the Atlantic Ought recent events in the Turkish empire events montioned shch coins will not be a legdl tenderi x Wreclicd Whon AlmoBt In The Norwegian from for has been wrecked at the entrance to Tralo Tho fate of the crew is tli e conclusions given above as to add withstanding bis endorsement by the that Parnells continuance leader Uionalistpsrty Parnell may for only place many hearty and I s time withdraw from effective friends ot the cause In a position great woiild ii tt Tiiu follow heen mainly upon the prosecution of thu Irish a This expression of my views I begged McCarthy to regard as forhisoalleagues gener ally if he found that Parnell con templated spontaneous but I also that had made a deep impression upon I the mind and heart of the be I treated with silence Although lie did I log churljiD been fliert si thfl office of the of state The Burton County AUisnfis i of Great John flsnry Henry Capital The AHtunsas Valley Sanitarium As sociation of Ellen Obioago Capital The MUmi Fourth Presbyterian church of Miami The Rsxford Union Cemetery Corpora tion of Thomas Haratine of Rex Tbe Pleasant View Cemetery Associa tion ot Miami Directors Charles Work and that he would make known to the Irish party at their meeting to morrow that such was my If bo should find that Parnelt bad not in contemplation any step of tho nature I now write you case McCarthy should be unable to cite with as o I itsnd you may possibly I umler have an opening tomorrow through another Should you have such an ing I beg you to make Parnell the conclusions knowd to laid out iu this of the Secretary Blaine sent not aspect to uuu in the speech from the j Brooke says the Indians are not treated right by the government in the matter of The rations are in sufficient and he does not wondor that they are discontented and Summoned at Own the following Thomas The offer matte by the state department in aid of foreign exhib itors being considered by some members of your board as a partisan movement is hereby The department Miles will await the official request of the corn request the war department today issued missloners for any service they think it him in can do for the Columbian an order requiring him to report to Bchofleld at army headquarters in this It 1s believed that Miles desires to consult the major general commanding and toexplain personally the situation at the Sioux Indian agen The fact that he has asked to be summoned here at this time is regarded at the department as an indication that D0 immieQt of an out The Flurry Miles this morning received a dispatch from Pine Ridge Agency announcing that a large His Still where aboutslof John tbe stock broker who disappeared last leaving large liabilities behind still remains a His family claim not to know what has become of him and j say they are doingeverything in their power to locate bim and put them in communication with They say they think bis financial troubles have be come more than be could bear and he throne any referenceto the pain ful statement which has been made regarding the Emin relief he desired to know whether the relations of the government toward the expedition had been such as to make it a duty of the ministry to take steps to ascertain what truth there was in the statements that compromised the reputa tion of the English people for Referring to Gladstone said it was unfortunate that the govern ment were hot content with inserting in the speech words stating the improved condition of the but likewise thought it necessary to compliment themselves aboutx the cause of the im wherein members of the op position were bound to express dissent Tbe list of measures which had been put as a postscript to the speech I Imvo thought it bent to put it in terms simple and much as I should have liked had it lain in power to ate the personal nature of the situation as respecting the manner of conveying which my public duty made it an obliga tion to I rely entirely on your good tact and judgment WILLIAM PledKed to Hupport transpires that during the trial of the OShea divorce the Nationalist members of parlia ment pledged themselves to support whatever the result of the trial might and not to consider the senti ment of the English Liberals In the mat Sir Charles In a speech at said that mauy Irish members were sad at heart because of the calamity that had the causeof He believed tbey wished that Parnell would his bead to the storm and recognize tise fact that he had ipSicted a serious number of Indians had come fully one half of whom have been among tbe ghost Their abandonment ot the crazs is due to the influence and ar guments of the loyal element among the This is regarded as blgMy en couraglng and a general belief is ex pressed at army headquarters that the flurry will very soon subside and quiet restored An Original Packaga Nov In the of bo State against for has wandered aimlessly BracUlau Fleet Off tltaten lalnnd The Consisting of the iron clad War Admiral Car los the wooden corvette arrived at this port been JBStied to Eansans as follows William Paols James Genebeo Hudson Blue Mound Valley Granvilie Strong David Atchlspri Edgar Lock Council Grove Osage City John Skelton David Cod ell Day id Marydel Bamuel Attica Bock well City Isiah Industry Grenola Atlanta John Chalk wound upon the people of both and had damaged the cause for which he had fought so Tbe Irish members met at 10 but without Parnell who was in another part ot the vory pleasant Wo bad a fine unow fall Sunday the 10th of twu making threequarter inches of water by the government This is most excellent for and it is pleasant to learn f torn your columns that tho Btorm reached as far west Hamilton Wheat prospects for next season may now be regarded as strictly Evarythinx is vory quiet nothing occurring worth The United States land office here It on wheels again and Is being moved a block further under the Windsor This is the second removal since the present Incumbent oak Every thing Beomsto move and farther from the M the highly es teemed wife of one of oiit oldest and most prominent died in Kansas on the 1st The family hau removed from here only a few months and the bereaved husband and chil dren have many sympathizing friends Holsington was tbe first register of the land office when was first estab lished here in and has been an ac live and enterprising business hav ing been the president or director in a number of country banks in western the town of Barton being named after Only those who have suffered as he has can appreciate the extent of Lis loss and can properly sympathize with him ami his three noble Quite a number of teams come here to mill from a great distance south and The men who recently re paired the bridge over the Aikansaa tsek the troutlo to count that passed over in one Not less than sixty five wagon teams and fifteen horsemen crossed a number that was quite beyond tbe Ideas of every Tbe success o the tiouring mill has placed sition the of government in no responsibility P regard Weather Forecast un til 8 For Kansas till night ing They were told tbat the ministry had prepared a bill proposing local government for Would tbat consoling assurance satisfy the coun try 1 Was the house prepared to wait in definitely upon tbe convenience of the government in order to learn how they inended to deal with the greatest ques tions of thedayf Cries of Smith replying to Gladstone declared that the government bad tbe strongest hopes that the Behring sea negotiation would prove We know no reason tor apprehending any di faculty in connection with the The government sympathized with tbe I Smith Defeated by NEW glove fight between George the colored fighter of and Smith of Colorado took place tonight on the stagB of Oronheims Hobo and rMulted in a victory for God the mart it was seen that Smith was over Godfrey pun him at Muldoon at once challenged Godfrey to fight who among the Godfrey made no answer to the Another meeting has been ar1 caused considerable talk about building ranged tor Several Liberal another and much larger one after next candidates have written letters announc Mills are also being planned ing tbat they withdraw from the and figured on in various other towns forcing tbe liberal The Parnell along the Banta Fe There seenvi ites openly assert tbey mean to to to be very little doubt but that this will Parnell eyen it they should delay home be a great wheat fully equal or rule fifteen years by so superior to Minnesota and His to be hoped that of great WheraH Condemn eplfng up tne m Liberal era are unanimously of tbe opinion tbat ultimatum was an abso lute Gladstone is annoyed becauso Painell at a meeting of bis followers did not mention bis Interview with Morley and resents Par nells disregard Gladstone bad of bis previously intimated 25 Until perieoufed people of tbe Turkish empire j ton was pardoned tbia afternoon by the and thought all measures were proctiutate courtof pardons and within an boor cal to abate their In regard I left the state bis intention of giving no countenance to any amendment to the If Parnell were reelected to the Irish This expUins tbe sudden ending of tonights The Con servatives and Unionists are gleefully elated in the house over the split in the Liberal newjpupers tbroughou the country regret Parnells decision and in many comment iu the strongest terms upon bU encounterini Gladstone contempt tor his Lib eral Tbe and news R one of our most influential left for to make bis home there in the his tbe late Bemo cratlo United States lund office having established himself there as cash ier of a large cotton Such is 3ome leave us and others come in to take tbeir Alfalfa seed is one of our staple prod and has fallen in price till there seems to be little or to demand for it and no bottom to tbe year it readily brought four dollars per but it is now offered at a little more than one of bur most popu lar young men and prosperous has closed bis office here and it about to remove to some point in Where ever he may go he carrlos with him the very and hopes tor succeMof many warm who re member him M genial aad plwuwnt bait that price with no buye L one of ou

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