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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 3, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON WEDNESDAY Annual Report of the Secretary of the Uenltliy Financial Condition of the JoTornmeut Largo j ly Increased I Proceedings In Both Branches of Copyright Bill Con sidered Iu tho While the Fed eral Election Kusnttcd the Atten tion of the Jrree Colnnge Xuiroduced Vy Senator r r annual re port of the secretary of the treasury for was sent to congress The loss ta tlie revenue for tho next fiscal rearjlrom articles placed an tbe free list B ejltimtcd at The increase in collections is estimated at making a nut iocs in rbveuueof The secretary estimates that will be required to pay The surplus revenue largely creased during year by pending changes the tariff legislation and tbo transter of from tho bank note redemption fund to the available Two ways ol reaucingthiD surplus open to me One wi to deposits Uia tunda iu niitioual the other to purchase The former method was uuwJsa and the latter was nearly being oxponded irorn July to November in the purchase The gravest the in our financial is lack of The de mand tor money is BO the em barrassment from unexpected demands difficult to or to overcome when It is intensified by speculative manipulation of the money market and by the lituigerous absorption ot an immense amoufotof money during two months in tie iu moving Provision uhould be made to meet such unforeseen and unusual demands for The noney stringency is very seldom due to the treasury The operations of the new tariif 80 far as they could be observed in the abort time of its says the sec seem to justify its The purpose of reducing the revenue and tit the same time adjust the tariff BO as to oEter home industries and maintain the andard of American has been The he is sound he hopes it fair trial before any radical chaises shall bs naw tho law jould become stable and Un 688 stability attaches to the law no one 111 venture to establish protected in Especially will this be the fact the continued agitation of this ques jOn shall cause serious apprehension that le protection principle is to be discarded id a tariff for revenue is to be adopted hereby our home market is to be ex ipged for an uncertain and vastly in irtr foreign and this country is to dijfteted of its gold and silver to pay or Wreign labor and material which bhould be supplied by our own I The receipts from internal revenue kbow an increase of over a bear There reduction in col feotlng the revenue of The chapter of the report relating to he amount of money in circulation has already appeared in recent violent fluctuations in the irlce of says the are due nainly to Foreign commerce during the year la beased exports increased and imports increased Tbe total imports from South Control Hon Buras and West Indea amounted to and exports amounted to Prom these figures the sect ary shows that we imported merchandise i the value of for every dollar of The secretary recommends further leg islation to excludo undesirable immigra The total expenditure for public bulld I ga during tho fiscal year was there ian Kays tho entire Jjifbiform compliance with the civil laws in tho treasury THK senate pro leeded to the consideration of bills on the At the expiration of the bout devoted the Hoar moved to pro Bed to the consideration of the house lill to amend and supplement the pon laws of the United States and pro vide for the more efficient enforcement Bucti i Gorman demanded the yeas and lays on the The yeas and nays fere taken and tho vote a strictly party we resulted Yeas aays so the I action bill was taken up and the clerk jigan to read The reading went on Fkonotonoualy and to empty chairs up to when under the rules of the Inate the unfinished business from the iBtseBslon came being the house bill for adjustment of accounts workmen and mechanics jJBiug under tbe eight hour Hoar moved to proceed with the Insideratlon of the election law and Tprman arose to argue against that mo The point of order was made by KHoar that the motion was not deba and the presiding officer Hale lithe chair decided in support of the but said he would submit f question to thu determination of the The question taken on Hoars Tion to proceed with the election agreed toby a strict party vote nays 80 The clerk resumed of the bill at page 37 Proceeded as far as page 67 the TSumber of paces covered the house bill being 76 Hoar Buggested or the convience of the senators that the reading of the remainder of the house bill ba dispensed and that the sen ate substitute be tha debate not to be entered upon this There being no that course was fol and the clerk began to read the senate which covers fifty eight printed The reading of the bill was finished at and tho senate THE speaker laid before the house the senate bill re ferring to the court of claims the claim of Chesapeake facials college prop destroyed during the In the discussion of the bill Wheeler of Al taking advantage of a recogni proceeded to argue that the omis sion of section 0 of tho tariff bill from the enrolled rendered the entire bill a Tho bill waa yeas imys In the morning hour from thti osmmitteo ou called up for consideration thu copyright The spuaher then rocognizud SS Eionds to move nn amendment providing that act go iatu effect July notwithstanding the effort of Xerr jf to secure recognition for a motion o aimonds de inamled tlie previoua quoetion on the biil aun thi pending which Xli Kevr moverl an motion lo adjourn was ond thu queetlon recurred on tlio demautt CM tlio prjvioua penJuig wblch Hopkins ot Illinois moved id lay tho bill the apinola of New York made tho point of ardor that tlio motion was a dila tory oco iiuii oould not be The apoakiir overruled the point and entertained the Ths notion to table was nays Blount of Georgia moved a reoon uays A motion to adjourn having been voted nays was nays The housa then adjourned leaving the bill as unfinished The proposition of the bill la to permit foreigneia to take American copyrightou the same basis aa American citizens in three cases when the nation of the foreigner permitB copyright to Amer ican citizens on substantially the same basis as its own citizens when the nation of the foreigner gives to Amer ican uitizane copyright privileges sim ilar bill to those providiid when the for in this nation of the foreigner is a party to an international providing for reciprocity in by the terms of whicb agree ment the United States can become a party thereto at its A subsidi ary but important proposition of the bill is that all books copyrighted under the proposed ant shall be printed from type set within the United States or from plates made Flnuiba Free Coinage The coinage bill introduced by Senator Plumb today pro vides for n double unit uf value a dol lar of 413J4 grainR of standard or grains of gold of full legal tender Any holder of bullion IB author ized to have it coined or to receive certi ficates of denoslt for aa provided in the the act of and the certificates are to be full legal FrnnkV Apportionment In the house today Frank of Miaaouri introduced for a bill making an apportion ment of the representatives in undor the eleventh THE FARMERS Meeting of the Nationol Organ ization at The Annual Address of President Polk the Chief Event of the He Kurlewo tho of the Recent ElectionThe Objoctn Almi of the Order Sot the Formation of a LeeUlatlve Cooncll Heoommended Some ot the Thiit W1I Bliule Unou Ghargea to bo Preferred Aeulnit Kilitnr of the National llloix The National Farmers Alliance and Industrial Union met at noon President Polk de livered his annual In the course of his Polk eaid Profoundly impressed the magnitude of this great rovolution of re involving issues momentouu and stupendous in their na affect ing tho present and future welfare of the the mind is naturally di rected to this meeting with unxioai zeet ifuot It is your aa it should bo your crowning to prove to the world by your liar ut ucttou thorough fntternaty that jour Bupremo purposaiu to nmet Uie dumuude of jiatrictic in n spirit of equity and in nia remarks upon tho proposed na tional legislativo President Buid I lYOuld respectfully suggest that a legislative to be composed of your national who shall t8 ex oillcio and tho presidents of all the state Alliances represented in the supreme and that this body shall hoid its annual meeting within sixty days utter the adjournment of the supremo at such time and place as may be indicated by tho national presi dent that it ba empowered and authorized to appoint such legislative committees as in its judgment may be and that it be required to transact to each other states m printed through the national for dis tribution to the reform lectuie and measures of the all measures or together with arguments in their aa they may decide should be on acted into our organization is political it cannot be partisan or sectional ia its In support of this declaration we proudly point to our whole pas record and the recent popular and par ticularly to the noble and patriotic bear ing of the brotherhood ia Kansas and South In reviewing the record of Alliance during the past and especially with reference to the legislation demanded by the speaker declared that congress had persistently ignored all Alliance propo eitiona and even suppressed discussion of notably in the case of the measure known as the subtreasury he muBt come near er to the people or the people will get nearer to The remainder of the address was de voted to a discussion of financial reform and the policy of the Alliance in uproot ing la outlining the future financial policy of the Alliance President Polk said that it will demand the restoration of tho ail I ver to all the rights and qualities of legal I tender which gold poBoea the issue of government currency direct to the peo ple equalization of taxes prohibition of alien membership of land ownership control of transportation lines by the gov ernment limit of public revenues to the economic administration of the govern ment graduated taxation of and Reeds rulings in his both per sonally and through the columns of the vt the contests of Langley and Featherstene for seats in the national house of representatives and finally In his characterizing tariff reform as the galvanized ghost of sectionalism and dis When approached by the Associated Press representatives tonight with refer ence to these Macone admit ted that he had heard that charges were to be brought egiinst him for his action in these but was of the oninion that no charges would be The Ewnomist is the official organ of the Na tional owned by a stock com Maoone was elected editor by the Alliance at its annual of the statis tician of the National said tonight that the question of forming a new political which would a presidential ticket in the field in would probably come up for discussion at this but he predicts that it will be disposed of by referring it to tho different state Alliances for individual The advocates of this step are chiefly in the west and and the plan proposed camnrehends the denunciation of both the republican and democratic parties by tho Alliance a refusal to act with either of the supporters of the candidate of in which event a na tional ticket would be The opposition to the movement will come from the southeast and The National Alliance opened Its business and from now on all tbe sessions will be only members of tUe order being allowed in the The report of tho committee snows eighteight actual delegates pres from the following each state having a full accredited delegation in at tendance Alabama Arkansas Colorado Ij Florida Georgia Illi nois Indiana Indian Territory Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Michigan Mississippi Miesouri North Carolina North Da kota South Dakota Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia West Virginia Other states and territories having organizations and entitled to delegates are New Mexico and but as yet no delegates have arrived from these Among the delegates are five vicepresident of the Kansas Alliance being one of the The annual meeting of the National Colored Farmers Alliance will be held to Delegates are already arriv This organization embraces twenty two BttttPB Biul has a membership of over will be posed of iviout fltty The president is Humphreys of One of the chief objects of this organiza tion of coloiteu rneii south is divide the negroes which of course means the taking a large number of them into voting ranks uf the Dem ocratic Wileox died in this city this tHABGES OP UtMDLINO At the conclusion of President Folks of the Kniisax of Uon in the charge thb n oombine oxists iu tho council for tho purpobe of ex torting bribes from franchise seekers was continued A good many witnesses wore called who had no knowl edge of any such attorney for Thomas Mel who sought a franchise for the Kiev enth street incline plane said agent for the Incline Plane com pany had a desk in his Colvins Irvine had told him that Hayes rtnd Bowes of the lower house had demanded money for their ExCouncilman Ingraham said Mellon had told him that several mem bers of the council demanded money for their Mellon mentioned no B McNall testified that Councilman Foley spoke as follows concerning Mellons incline plane project Thats a chilly old man to come here and not say He must think people out here are foo He expects to came out here and get a franchise that will make him money all hia life and no one else get acldreBB the Alliance resolved itself into oircumstancen prevented the preaouceof sort of a lovs during the Irian meiaier it would tw a grea cA Poweri and union soldier from moved the ex ooldiera in the fcsill who indorsed the sentiments ex pressed in the speech ot President of South wih reference to the burial of sectionalism riBe up to be Uador ition of the good feel ing an ex union soldier from Wisconsin stood up in his seat and called upon all union aoldiern present to give three cheers for tha old Confedrates in the Al They were given with a Then it wasj the Confederates turn and they cheered the old soldiers with a vim and heartiness that raised no doubt as to the genuineness of their The cheers ended with a wfld old rebel and as its echoes died one old veteran of the Confederacy shout ed ia a voice that rang out clearly through the thats the genuine ar ticle Ive heard it The convention then adjourned until 8 Expressions of dissatisfaction are heard with reference to tbe conduct of Ma cone in going to Atlanta during the re cent senatorial contest there and taking part in the Borne members severe I can give him one ly criticised hia espousal of Oalhouns he can put me down on his list for because Calboun is arailroad at Councilman Foley took the He torney and of what they admitted having made the remarks attril term tbe monopoly and money power bated to him in reference to the Incline1 This mattw will come up for investlea plane but explained that he woa only as he expressed Ad journed till Biiow lu to the Tribune from Iowa reports that snow is general throughout the north ern and southwestern part of that state and fell steadily all day A blockade is expected before Weather until 8 Kansas Light snuws on Wednesday northerly windi Slightly 1 up for inveatiga tion either tomorrow or Thursday and is likely to prove a bombshell ia the Na tional There ia also some dissatisfaction with the policy pursued by Slacono in MB of flpial capacity of chairman of tbe national executive board and aa editor of the Na tional It ia charged that Macone hag vio lated the policy of tbe national Alliance in his advocacy through the columns of the Bamomitt of the Conger lard a a measure opposed by the Al liance generally as oppressive to the classes in the cotton states in bio opposition to the Paddock pure food a itriotly Alliance measure in bis endorsement of Speaker Xn thu Huuae of LONDON the houao of com mons today Ualfour moved that the Irish land purchase bill pass Us second Kills moved an de claring that the land bill was an unsafe measure as regarded the imperial ex and that it was unjust to the occupier ot tlio Gladstone said Uiat he found nothing in tho charges made in the since the last session was likely to render ila character more Tliere was the removal ot the twenty years limit with n proposal that county ratepayers liave power to vote whether or net tho lunda should be come liable or the diiins borrowed in the purchase of tho Did BiiUour recognise the probability that tne rate payers rotu might atop thu purchase of tne Jand in money districts Uilfour here nodded It was an important provision effecting tho whole Ho reminded the House tha in view tho fact tUat mistake to paen K land bill that was op posed to their desires and At nny rate he would not dwell on the The vvunt of Irish authority weut to the rooco ths whole matter anil im pelled every Irnn Mead of Ireland to op pose the Referring to evictions which might arise from Default of the tenant in buy ing the Balfour denied that the state would bucome the That he would be undertaken by the coaimisaioa acting in the in terest of the local Chamberlain asked Balfour if he bad calculated tbe amount required by the Hia he placed the total at less than He advised Balfour to withdraw the con cession removing the twenty years but adhere to tbe rate payers Balfour replied that he estimated the total amount required to complete the purchase The bill in providing for an advance of would make a great impression and would greatly Bimplyfy the He would consider the question of the twee ty years plebisclt scheme Tha he rate payers considered a valuable alteration to the NOT THE IRISH Farnell Still Refuses to Stop Down and A Stormy Meeting of tlio Irish Sa tlonallsts Adjourns Without Dcllnito The Feeling ARalnst Mr Img More Intense Among irlah Who Charge Illm Wltu Becking Personal Vindication Rather Than the Welfare of the Irish People Meeting at Duhlln ana other 4dopt lUcolutlnnn JKmloralng the Old Tho meeting o Nationalist patty to consider th e retire ment of Parnfcll from tho was continued James Nolans amendment that tho question of the retirement of ParneH should be postponed until iho members personally ascertained the views of their constituents on the the party then to meet in Dublin and decide the was rejected by a vote of 44 to Olvolley declared that whatever might be the result of the the question of Pamells retire meat would uot be decided at A decision ought not to be too hurriedly It would be bent to give the country time to Arther OConnor advised Par nell to as henceforth it would beimpossablefor him to be the leader of the Jordan accused Parnell of sacrificing the cause of the Billon to his insensate pride and culpable At fl oclock the meeting adjourned for an Upon the reassembling of the meet Kenny declared it would be impossible to obtain home rule with out forming an Alliance with an Eng lish He strongly objected to suboidinating the interests the Irish people to any party or Par he had been offered KD hon orable The was It retire By adopting that course he could have con tinued to be useful to but this present policy tended to make home rule OBrien declared had had little leadership from Parnell in After the exposure result Ing from the divorce he come to thfl conclusion thatf Parnells continuance in the leadership would bo au intolerable Here the speaker was interrupted by jries of order and Edward Har addressing said Why did you not eay so at Thursdayn meeting Thisoughtto OBrion then explained that Barry had told him before tbo Tuesday meeting that Parnoll would retire if re Line no informed 0rlesof iieiuniuutkui vnu tno O Brien resumed his bit1 savage to go to war must bu heid resDou erly reproaching Parnell for his con I noction with the Hawarden Are the campaign preparations ou the Angry retorts were made by who denied that he had said Glad stone was The meeting here adjourned for flin When the meeting reconvened after dinner Parnell said he desired to plain a misunderstanding between him self and which hud arisen out of the Barry Healy comploined of ParunU8 un fair methods as and ft heated altercation Sexton finally appealed Healy to allow Parnell the greatest possible lat itude and order was It was then elicited that Parnella gave of tho ffrrx mims his own opinion that Par Irish eoclotleii of City Will Not Welcome Dillon KAKSAS for the of Irish Nationalists envoys to this city and for holding of a mass meetltjg were to have been com pleted tonight at a meeting of tbe Knights of who have the affair in When the time came for the meeting a quorum did uot appear and no further efforts will be made to complete the Michael an IrishAmerican says his countrymen here are bit terlr opposed to tbe sentiments oppressed in the manifesto signed by Dil OBriea and and that they will take putt in no demonstration in which the Irish envoys He told that the condition of secrecy wag The document accepting the proposals could be of no value to Parnell or anyone unkws its contents were made Besides Bir William my 9 ho did not atuch any Importance to Parnells pledge of inviolable se In conclusion Bir William nays that tho statements of Parnoll relating to his Sir Williams views and conduct are unworthy of notice and opposite to Urged lo Kitnrn o Harrington received ft cablflgrara from Parnella sup porters today urging him to return at and asking him to urge his five companions to go back to when eubsefjuently seen by a eaid I have not yet decided what I will do I will not re turn home at I will remain with my colleagues to Bee if we cant go ahead ami iinish the great work wehave in I ilia not duciiie today what course t shall fUlulstaHi May At a conference u tho Liberal lead tho subject under ilisciiaalon was the retirement of It was de cided to convoke a meeting of the Liberal M and members of tho huuao of nB to the stittemout of Olad Uondtltmce a meeting of tho Lincoln branch of thfr Irish National League of held In this city this resolutions of confidence iu Charles Htuwart Purnell RB lender of the Irish wore Thty Rapport The branches of National League at Untherrauck and County havn adopted resolutions tmpporaag A Indian who has been iu Washington sluutt last Satur day night iu daily ouunultatioa with Sec retory Schofield and Secre tary Noole upon matters relating to situation in thi left for Chicago The general belwveti that danger is Tho situation Iva bun aol iiuen Thetroublu in mow widespread thau it has been any lima Tlie conspiracy extends tu more different tribes than havo hereto fore been hohtilei but thataio now In full sympathy with each other and are scat tered ovei a livrger area of country than iu the whole history of Indian It is a plot than anything ever inspired by the Prophet The causes of this difficulty aro easy of loca Insufficient food religious i delusion and the innate disposition of tho part of ibe government complete Not replied thp everything will be ready in a few though troops and supplies are en route and will be available very All that IB iioseible is being nono to encour age the and reduce the and intlueflce of tho hostile and in thix way au outbreak may bo J slnceroly hope there will be no for a general uprising would be h most How many Indiacn wUl you ha veto conteudwitht Altogether there urn in the uorthwcBl tiro nffacrort by the nias that means fully fight ing this number at least one uell would voluntarily retire Tiiohv third not go on tbo war GO repeated this in the lobbies of that leavaivuo about Lane admitted that tho report hid rv There are other Xjitanti wuj wili influence at the Leicester I have to tvntehert if active Touhy was dubious about havaig convoyed such an Hunt lw Hnrt l 1 ly McCarthy testified Touhy pave iiioi to understand that Parnell would Others said that Campbell declared that Parnell would retain the The subject wasthen After several had spoken for and against Nolandfl imond Parnell called a division of the John Joseph Mc Justin John Richard John Bhiel Henay and Leomy voted in the Messrs Lala and Mahone were Wo demonstration was made over the re sult of the Parnell declared himself more than Parnolt meeting of the Na tional League was held here The proceedings were The names of Ssxton and when men tioned by the were greeted with groans and The chairman made a violent opeuch in fttvor of Paruell A Proteetunt moved and Catholic prieiit seconded a resolution calling on Iroland to support The res olution was there being few dis senting Sir WlllUra Vernoo Hurconrti Sir William Vernon Harcoun bse writtwn ft letter in which he confirms McCarthys itateineotmade at the Parnellite meeting last tire to what took between them at the of McCarthys recent visit to Bir furthor wye that tie did not regard proposals M talt Four thousand Indians can make tin immense amount of trou But a titluj of that number were ceraed in the yot they killed more than WO SBtUovu fit spatt of What Is the total strengHi of your lorcej Miles ayoidud the question some what by referring to the great Bocenaity which existed for more he wo have about mounted We have plenty of but you cannot catch mounted Indians with white foot The in fantry had one or two good fights in 1870 but such engagements are rare frontier Is it not a novel proceeding for In dians to go on the warpath at the begin ning of winter in some respects it replied the Their argument is They are better armed now than they ever were and their supply of horses Is all that could be Every buck has a Winchester rills and he knows how to UBO In the of they taking but little They cou Hvo on cattle just as well M they uu buffalo and tho nuueroux bores rancheH will furninh them with renh stock when cold and starvation ruin The northern Indian is hardy Bed can suffer a great These hoflUka have been starved Into lighting and they wilt prefer to die fighting rather than starve I hope the prob lem may bo solved without butsuchaboppy eudiuic of the trouble seems An outbreak would the lives of a great many brave man nnd the destruction of hundreds of boom iu the If peace is poesible we will Prominent F governor of the Leuraml bank ot died   

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