Hutchinson News, November 30, 1890

Hutchinson News

November 30, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 30, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HUTCHINSON NEWS SUNDAY NOVEMBER HOME A Monster Hecfeptlon Olven the Irish Emissaries at The Meeting Addressed by Harrington and Praising fnrnell for His fast and Expressing OonQdonce In the Irish People to Wisely Adj f tho Exlutlng Weports From the Atlantic Indicate a Hitter Flffht Dnless tumuli IB Denies the Truth of i FarneHA Defeat Tomor row IriuU meeting was probably the largest ever in America by the representa tives of the Irish Tho meeting was held at Battery and the Second regiment armory adjoining was meeting adjourned by the audience ris ing and giving three ear splitting cheers in honor of the Irish VBBY Arrival of the XrlBh Knvoys In Chicago IJaat could have been more informal than the arrival of the Irish envoys in Chicago tbiseve It was after dark when the train bearing the six rolled into the dingy little depot on the Lake All the including the two silverhaired Sullivan and petite were in their traveling and in ihn hurlyburly under the dim were indistlnguleha ble from the mass of other travelers Melville oharmau of the citi zens reception had carriages at the street and stepping quietly into tliene the distinguished guests were away to their hotel with barely time to make a hasty toilet for the big mass atwhioh thvp were to ap THE No Hew Developments In the Sit uation in the liuflnlo It Ia is ou Ills Way to Arrest Sitting used for an overflow Fully 000 or worn congregated in and around the two The parlia mentary party appeared before the Bat taiy D meeting On the stage the following well known Ameri acting as many others Archbishop Hob They had been meet down the road by an escort headed by Mayor and were accompanied by them Will FlBht to the BHte Purneil was I in the parliament building to among ftfty He hmgel to hlscurtebpondence for a time and then had interview with several of his Bishop Phillip Carter i Marshal I Heaty and Sextan and nuny borof other of Abner Henry Don Benj Haoh It IB Will Vroolpl tato a Bloody Indian Agent MorgHQ Ihern J8 In t Cook mul Ball Stories out Con octrnioK Tronbte In the Indian Terri Allies In STANDING JiocK Cody and Powell are be lieved to have come for the speciflo pur pose of arresting Hitting Accom panied by an interpreter and one or two Cody left the agency for Bulls which they will doubtless reach some time It appears that trouble is anticipated in case the arrest Is attempted and the military people at Fort Yutna adjoining this are busily engaged in making preparations for a The com manding officer of the post has instructions from Miles to tike steps to postpone tho arrest of Sitting Bull for the McLaughUn this morning anticipated such an order wnd aent two couriers after him to re strain him from making Ihe I they catch him before ho catupall will be have joined the Oheyennes and Arapahoes in the messlah ad are now in full force on Canadian where a ghost dance is in full The ward era are camped on the southern jordera of and estimated to number three and are well and all have plenty of They are capable of doing great mis chief and the whites are very much VBESH IB Life of the WeMern Passenger ABSO otiitton Seriously life of the Western Passenger Association is again threatened through the complications growing out of the recent investment of by the Rock Island road in miles of editorial tickets issued by the Santa Fe The Santa Fe refuses to tickets on they wore not the on redeem the ground that the market as disturbing factors in rates when purchased by the Hock as the Santa Fe on discovering that they were in the hands of Bcalpera notified its conductors not to honor On the other hand the Rock Island people claim this refusal to redeem amounts to an abrogation of the Western Passenger As sociation leaving the roads to make such rates RB taey eee It is un derstood that the Rock Island will appeal to the general managers of the asaocla tion to compel the Santa Fe to redeem the and ia case itref uses to do so will take decisive action to get R John Walter Q Franklin j On a motion from Melville uairnian of the committee on arrange the gallant six mounted the led by John The instant they came into view the audience broke into a wild which was caught up again and and Timothy Harring were espied following closely be hind iu tho order Stone introducM Mayor who welcomed the visitors to and who introduced Dillon to the Dillon was moat onthiiBl astically i In tho course of hisremarlis Dillon We have advanced so rapidly on path o progress during the last ten j tbatVve feel at this hour the most absolute cpnfldoncp that with the united Irish a vary few months at the A couple of a with Parnell as and con tinued apnlausa cannot roll over your hearts without bringing withiu your graep that victory for which so many Irishmen j in tho past have laid down their for Long THE i held a conferenco Parneirp I j manifepto has stiffened their oppocition Iln ln says MM TIlJ A FiiSffl not bo and they have roeolved to issue a counI termanifesto Thin tuanifeBlo will hear a formidable list of The fight between the two factious ho fought to the will leave a etone unturned Neither aide Ited Heavon a John May until recently thu Hpaoial CBDBUB agent of Xcdifiuo for has written Ocfout Almont Justin McCar thy has communicfited with his col leagues iu America by and is mid to have inflUBiiceil several waverers against The defeat ot Iarnell j tu tho Indian bureau upon tho subject of tho coming of the Indian In his letter Mayaugh nays tho prophet resides in Mason coun close to the Walker river reser His name iu not Johnson Sides at but known at tho Nationalist meeting oa Monday ia I among all Indians by the Indian now considered a foregone j of Wevoka and also an The BtatBtnent that Paruell nontrols fine looking of about the Irish is not 135 yeftrB Of who goes into The fund is in the hands of Me and James Francis A Uounter Gladstone to day issued a reply to PAtoellfl mani Gladstone denies ia toto all of Ptirnells statement regarding his Gladstones proposal to Course 29 Tho eastern Scot tish Liberal pocieties have adopted a reso lution approving tho course pursued by and condemning the issuei by Improved Ills is generally con ceded here that the mauifesto iesuad by PiiraellSms improved his IB ParneUu OJi the sacred cause of their and continued Mayor Origier next introduced the William The upeakiag then suspended for half hour during which time contributions were received by tellers appointed to ciaviws tUa audi Contributions flowed into the hat of ouniB of to At Mayor Oreiger iutri duced who spoke eloquently in behalf of the Irish j Timothy member of parj 2i was the next but owing 65to a depressing to the failure of hia circus I The ovetilow in the Second regiment Jirruory wns an almost duplicate uf the gathering in Btttery except that the order of the speakers waa beginning with who wnn followed by Dillon and the Judge Moron toward tho close of the that the whichhe said had already been adopted iu the Battery D would be read by The resolutions welcome tho timzuished ami endorse tijersi as zaalous champiooa of I reunion Anpropriatiou libertys pledge the meeting anew to the cause ot home and denounce the robbery of Irelands legislative indu fuucUora rf Northwest North ICaraas Teach AsBooiationcloacd a vary threedays mooting here to day with an attendance of about Burton of Abilene addressed tho Thursday night and Pres ident Taylor of the stute normal school at Kotpotia spoke laet Brocket of Mankota ia thopresident The association will next I und characterizes the infamies 1 the past century as darker than any W the attrocities of seventeenth time has to arrest such methods of tho resolutions declare us follows While conscious that the home rule is by uo means dependent upon any we should ba untrue to our selves and to the justice of the cause did we fail to recognize the splendid seryioe of Stewart The Irish people owe to him a debt of gratitude which can never bfi fully When all seemed darkness and doubt he sounded the tocain which called into ac tion an atmy of resolute aud heroic men who for more than ten long years have stood with absolute singleness of pur with unquestioned purityof motive and with a patriotic fervor almost with out parallel in the worlds In the crisis presented at this mmeat it does not become us to attempt to dictate to tho Irish people BB to their We recognize are upon the immediate iield of ac tion with infinitely better opportunities of forming judgment than is presented to The claim of Irelands rights to home rule presumes the capacity of the people of Ireland for self j henoo to them and their authorized reprcj eentatlvw ws leave all questions The pension appropriation bli for the next fiscal yoar waa today agreed upon by the sub committee Uavliig it in The bill agreed upon appropriates the full amount estimated aa necessary by the cominiBiiioner of pensions for the mane of and for smloioR eufgeona fin in crease of over the current fiscal Small Treasury In to meet as far aa possible the present heavy demand for notes of a small denomina tion Secretary Windom has decided to issue and one dollar treasury notes in exchange for treasury nbtea ot larger Small notes will also be principally used in ranking the silver purchases inatead of large She Public is estimated at the treasury department that tho pub lic less nash in the has been increased about since the first due principally to the heavy paymontB during the ipoluted Worlda Col president today appointed Henry of Kansas or seemingly for twelve to fourteen hours in the presence of large numbers of upon invitation of the Upon his recovery he relates to them what he has Been He tells them he has been to heaven aud that tho messiah ib coming to the earth again ond will put the Indians in possession of this That he has seen in heaven a heap of some of whom are dressed in white mens He counsels the Indians not to disturb the white folltp saying that the blankot or the rabbit skin that over the moon by In diana long ago will soon fall off and then the which is now a fire will destroy the WHAT AN SIV Tim ISedH Keep Well Posted on HIT Move ments of UK Indian G host was Sfent t Big Foot aud Crumps camps tit the mouth of Cherry some time returned fort Bennett He partici pated in tha an1 learned j that the intentions of the hostDes were to join Short at thaoEmpca Paos going into winter quarters aud to uubsiat oil the cattli being win iu Hie bad Ha said there was n uurubnr of mlu cated IndiauB among tho Cherry creek who came to Pierre regularly ovory fow days and bought copies of every daily paper on which thuy took hack and raad to the com posed of chiefs and loading in terpreting into too Sioux tonguo all ac counts ji the uprising thus informing them of what is occurring at all other The In all seemed to enjoy laughing when they heard of the great ftturui It eeemed to strength en their belief that the was com and that the whitoft wore becoming afraid and ready to dia oil or flaa nud ieuve to the Trouble T United tjtafes commissioner of Indian iuiri the He has just returned from an extended tour over the resarvationa of the various tribes of Indians in the Indian hav ing visited chiefs of the fol lowing tribes The Settlement at ing the past week quite a number of peo pie hkvo arrived here by train and in who seem to have got the im pression that the Cherokee Scrip will b open to settlement becaus the cattle are all to be removed by mid night to the secretary of th Arkansas City Cherokee Strip Colouiza tion Society and Bureau of Information is receiving scores of letters every da from perilous who are making inquir concerning the nature of the soil of th when it will be open to settle The indications are ths thousands will bo in camp here on th border within few THE KAISER e Man Who Derives Pleasure From the Irish Gladstones Discomfiture a Source of Satisfaction to the Em peror of the licmch Will Nat from the capital of tho Chtokasaw report an extraordinary eceus to have Uilten plaoe in the court Oreat esciicment has prevailau there over lecent terribla murder o a prominent young who wns found with hia throat out from ear to The irial of parties arrested on BUBpiciou has boon in progress before Judge The exoitomwit has so rampant that iustlcn has been put to The point reached when Judgb Bnyd left the bench deolnving that he uhoulil never return until the Chlckasrvw wae admitted in tho federation of Ttio acena when the judge IsfJ the bencU waa graphic and pictuianqua in the bird Salisbury Will trobnuiy licr tiecrct of XfrofoMtir KuoUri to be Oarefully Guarded by Advice of the Government Authorities In IterUn Dloappohitmant Numbbr f tlentft Die Voitfar y New York Associated Prussian minister of eocle iaatical replying in the lower ouse of the diet today fo the ion of Heir as to what mpasuies ae government intended to tako to pto mote the adoption of Professor Ixochs declared that the aspersions cast upon certain phybiuians engaged in ueing he had proved rhe finance Von roaler had paid at the disposal of Professor Koch uumuieut fundstoenable him to continue his Inquiries fttid pro duce the There was now good round to hope that the remedy would bu ound to be efficacious in the Vroatment of other diseases than Care iad been taken to make the remedy per fectly accessible to the He hod requested Professor Koch to make pub lic only to a limited amount the compo sition of the so an to render ito Imitation Von Goslera indicating as it does an intended prolonged guar dianship of the secret of the dis appoints the numerous foreign medical mec assembled The English group affirm that it is hopeless to expect their college of physicians to recognize the use of the It is agalnet the nan ons of the college to permit the applica tion of a the compcwtion of which ie a Professor Koch soys if ft were placed without reserve in the hands of all practi tioners more deaths would result from its use than ever were caused by ROD Since the Parnell developments hove scattered Gladstones of a le power report has arisen and i credited in diplomatic circles that IjoH Jdlesbury has accepted the invitation o he emperor to come to Berlin Phe Invitation s of iumj standing and its acceptance is beiteved t mply a meeting with Von Caprivi and Count und i more open adhesion by tho Knglish gov ernment to the policy o the drienbuncj The extinctionof Gladstone is the mos rateful news that Emperor Wlllvt am in circle have ever heard from Kaglaar Five patients who under treat ment of the Koch method hava diort i this Btnnley 0iiUi chiaf of 0 G ordoii staff during the campaign of in a questionB the truth of Stanley the lead and silver smelters of the United States into a gigantic A combina tion was attempted about a year fell through on account of the declina tion of two or three of the most promi nent companies to There aw twentyone lead smelting reflnsrieu n the United and they represent an invested capital of many At present the white lead trust IB the only combination of any magnitude ex in the lend A A Woman Attampta lo Bovuti cpscial to the Rtflctlor from Hope Buys that the 8 yearMo child and Maxej wa3 killed by Itcins throwo frorsi a Mod cart iu wbicli the obild sntl its mother wero The horee became f and upsettiDg the eu bruiueil tits httleone that death came in a fow The mother vas somewhat but not Central Kniieiw Toivohorn Central KansuB Teachers association concluded its work today and Tbofol lowing olueera wero elected for tlie eu of policy and a hearty BUpp i judgment and It ia Qarneat hope that with leurance and exceeding wisdom they will so order the affairs of the party as to silence all and that hand to hand with the great common people of they may move on to the victory I Which assuredly awaits them in the near to be ao aomraisslonBr of the T to i Worlds Columbian f Vico Prtsidentda Ly of iliw He predicts that Sianley wi 30 found to hava beun guilty ojimpostiif and and challenges an aviswe o tho handsome youoj giving her uivme as as arrested at MoHannti bank this aft uoon for attempting to cash a forged heck for which WHH signed by a tailoi of 1017 taw moo Whou the woman ptn nted the check tho teller thought she ced very queerly and questioned heni i to how she name in ponsoBBlon of lech for such an She toI was immediately rrented by Detective At thw ation house shfl said the check ven her by a man whom Bho tin 10 and who agreed to give hnr prtion of tho money if she wouM have She disclaimed havlrR any nowlodgo that the paper was a meets ace looking for tho uv een to KansanaitB follows National AIt aiyHowe WaBhingtnn Tsortli wwifinceJohn Ceavenwortb icwls Alcona Mate Winhitu West p Will iiHeinogu per flAyfi There in now in progrnes t foiiniitioii what is to bo known tl United Building Ttiulea Xt wi according to 41iB aeeigna of i artisaiiB orupioyod in an capacUy in tho of Should tho amalgamated aFHnin tiou be pertected the tHrB will in the their demands on and should they be refused the bniidirig in eluding tho woridV fair will not be partially BURpemtarl but will come to a complete Tim struggle will be tremenduoui and the faossoE must either aurrendur ir provii their ability to not in platoons as but In a pitched battle with the wSwlfc industrial Increaac Curtis Abram Kusfiel lenry Oahola CyruB Jonner Springe Hartinn Alarquette pournei Wichita Edward Jana George Kiuibtil fohn Mankato George rankort Chorlea Char OB Silver Lake Ot awa Enoch Buster BpriugB acob Morrow Btation Sidney lieisauo and trjuiion Citvv II In In Null ritAU irisou ii burred agninst a ontelduiB to and Tioafi but employra are Now tiut tha day of mur derer Joseph Woods dom la precaution is taken tho utmost Tho death tus Ta all aHhmigh warden anil i Itccpurs will no information ot the day on which Wooilu Is to bn idlliui u the electrical yet the prevuiling Impreaeion in that it will be rtonn on Tueeday or Bnwh evoiiiag ti cifjitiou icBivefl by Judgs Jjrown to appea before the auptsnw coijrt at on the fivpt MouiJay u January toahow caiiee why na error trial BhouHl not anil juutico ooiin Lawyw Huirn tirpaulf d io on tha ground of co ojed men from tha grand juryiurl petit jury which indicted am convicted TfiM Pirst NftUona Uack of doora is now tUa iuiln of a fhu county JDJA and vwocg ouo man iost Matlers uro in very bad and it ii cmimeti thattho brtck will not pay more 25 cents on the The Mesdo Ccunlj National Farmuts and StotU are ia fine nothlcc mute in feurfl iis ftB ha mention of Parnella name elioltert iconslderable A vote on reeo called Bo loaning were in response it was ua TtOWAffld lowered his record by qniutor of a trotting a mile iu Weather un tit 8 Kansas till Monday niuht itstionary except BUghtly cooler in north era Oaages ftnd fisys the iriioet dances have entirely ceased in the Territory and that there is absolutely no hint of a poBsibility of an or of any eorioua G0a MUCH In Mileu arrived in Washington this evening from and spent several hours iu con sultation with Secretary and Mfrjor General in regard to the threatened Indian Seore j tsry Proctor approved bis course and told him that the hart directed that he be wren the fullest discretion in thehope that the outbreak might be averted without il Workman Powdsrly arrived from tho laftvOriglit for iho south to nttcnd tho Ftrmtrs Alliance Ho hinted that a new party will not result from the Florida conven tion next but that thereafter the Alliance members and ths KnighVa of Labor will vote for as well M work for their A Xurjd 8torj NEW j special says Informatiou reached here tonight from the Comsnche and Klowtta reservatioue that thOoS uuusr leaderahlp of of the and Lone and Black Bear of tha Weekly Hank NEW back Btatetueuts show the following changes de if 200 legal ciruula The banks now hold iu excaaa of the require ments of the 3 per Met With Heavy dispatch Benguelo elates tbtit i to Eehi haa met eei After three dayg flgUtiog the i Portugueeo forces gained a victory i Vlre at to night flre was discovered in tho attic of the south middle domitory on tbo Yae The Brflwns toon chsolcfd The loan by water WM f Ian Amerlcau Steamship ic piy be irtn sort Houtb Amflrican in the unu fxutt has bnon established with capital of Tii ctoofchold ars Beside in tiBaa 3 tea Molnoa and The principu cfllcas of the apBuy niu located and thn new company will have several vessels in the eurly in Several cargoes of mnancis have been UBloaded here re aud tha great majority sre put on he directly from these ships for KUieiB 5alt Helena and Boutli Association closed a threedays seeeion hero this TUa next place of meating Fort ticoit and the new officers Bur president Stiag Inez secre tsry Wyantlotte county swarded the there being fifty teacheru preeent from that that being the highest pel Tho meeting piovsd thn ia the fieseclatioDs fxjtog to a Monday meeting will be held iu thlocity at whioh to organize Jir MD At Kditor Hunter of the weekly aliot twins ind UmtiraMy UUleJ Oity Marshal Char es IV Ttie Bhaotiuf out of fact that had iunter and a party of young for holntwouB When tried they were in chargng of drunkenness againnt Nicker He ittoiiked Hunter with a heaiy du HufllHSd tn Urunt u in thti United Btatea court to Alined to grunt a writ of hubuau on behalf of Joseph the negf who is to be week at Bine An appeal to Lrnited States oouri was at to KltUb Hjg oUnlew is entire hercia of in avd many bfetjdem greatly Ax a iwuit stockmen are rushing uogs to market tta pos A atrnnge kilUus in the uortheru part of tlanooct Tvrrllila o la Mln boi baart fouatl in the flooded pit of the Ciutx Miniug miners went teij h ;

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