Hutchinson News, December 5, 1890

Hutchinson News

December 05, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 5, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas UTCHI FRIDAY Senator VoorheeB Again Tackles tho Indian Time Uft Is ForUtled With Interview With Charley Ho to Accur acy of this PIOHB lu VentllutluK ihat iie Hirk and Tricks That are n ulijoct on Which tha Senator lUtts UeftHou to lio JFeafllou Hill OuiItHl joint reso lution to ierUtt urroAtothe slates of North and 8iutli Dakota and Nebraska waa diecusiiion ensued aa to the of the aissatiBfaction among tho Voorhees continued his argument mi iiie ground that starvation was the vililin dsnators Teller and DiiwoB biiHeverl to be due ty the In dianii In auswer to iaquiriea by Dawes rtiuiag Bull in the most pious hypourito m tula and that ii saying a good read from iu newspaper report ail interviow with ex Gaverao in wuiuii exgovernor attrib uted the nf Uu1 discontent Ailisou said if Jo newspaper re porta 01 the starvation nmong the were true congr SB have liadaome commuaicition from tua secretary of lie took no stock in this sugges tion tha uprisiog wtia due to starva Dnwos Miles had just como from tlie Pacific coast to hia new psslgnmont aud had no knowledge of the Governor he had saf been unions tuo Sioux for two years aha his knowledge of the uprising was as limited as WSB Dawea believed the newspaper men were as responsible for the excitement aa any Voorhees read uome further ex tracts from tho Pouter interview and then referring to criticisms of the said I thank God for news paper especially in dark and to every newspaper man who has thrown i ray of light on this Miserable business I return ny heartfelt profound NOWB men may get things wrong some but Ik tbe main in the great vol wtflt they do they contribute to light knowledge of the world and to theAiekuse of That is what I have to say to the sonator from Maaaa chuetta in rsferouce to his criticism on After remarks by Vest bud sho joint resolution waa amended no aa to apply to the states of North and South Wyoming and acd introduced a joint reaolu tion fwhichwoat over until tomorrow Appropriating for an invest jacion under the orders of the senate aa B the cause of discontent and outbreak among the Sioux Indians and other The election biii waa then taken up and Pugh addressed the senate in opposition to purpose to call the attention of the coun try to the fact that Che present commis sioner of pensions was not auoh a He reviewed the charges made against GomtnisioDfir which formed the basis or tho investigation and asserted thut they had bean Sawyer of New York was sur prised that the gentleman Ehould make his speech at tho before the case was Thn gentleman had Bold tho cotnmisalon had abandoned any further Certainly the g tlomau was It had bean R clear understanding that when the com miesionadjourneditnhould ment at this session in ordor to hoar further testi Sawyer denied that the charge against Commissioner Kanra had been and after some further de bate the commltto and the house THE Yesterdays ProoeedingB of tho Moo tin Davis of Kansas Iiiturvlcivcd on the Nutionul Iarty of tha InterContinental Hallway 4Jouam1SBion nt Washington 4 The InterCon tinental Hail way composed of representatives from tho United States and othpr American met for organization iu the diplomatic chamber of tho department of state This commission was recommended by tho In ternational American congress for the purpose of supervising a railway line to connect the railway systems of North with those of South rocrotary Bliiine called tha ruoeUngto order and made tho welcome address in will the following words you fee in I that this fourth day of is to mark tho the auspicious of ft that shall draw very uloser together boutli Central America and North that shall in a closer and more cordial terms than any and be a benefit to tho present genera tion and the millions I am ready for Romero thereupon moved committee on organization be This was adopted and Caldron and Duvia wero appointed the All Reform tlonn Will bo fulled In Xjtite lu And nn Organization A Frcftldunllal Candidate In J 802 a of the Olt Farmers Alhaoce convention continued Hice of Fort is circulating a call for a convention of all organiza tions opposed to the old parties for the purpooe of forming a new party tu be known an the National Union Holland of iB hure and it is now said that Powderiy will arriva on the This will make four members of the nntionsl executive board of the supreme council of the Kaights of Labor in the bo ing all of that committee except and this ia f rough deep uiguiflcance apropos of tue third puity There is uaid to be a Josiing among National Alliance meu hero in favor of a general consolidation of till eirnilttrnnnisiial It is al legsd they have oflored the event of Buoh to giva up all ua tioual political outside of ttieir There a consid crative eiamunt which may hold more radical merabern iu The morning session of the Alliinco convention waa levoiott to tho reading ol The gentleman retired minutes returned with a tion tlist Oosoat and in i few recommonda of the United rep irtfl from The colored wore received in tho convention hall ami were greeter with fraternal expreBsiona of hope and good frutorsal delegate u the workingmenu reform league of New aud Carey of Washington delegate of the AntiMonopoly LbttRue addressed the They advo cated the close union of their organiza tions with the once to national viz land and Further tihan this tho contents of the call are not for public announcement BB Tho cull will notba presented to the National Alliance for its as a but will be circulated for signatures in thirtysix Alliance and perhaps In all tho mates of tho There waa a disposition to take tho call before the National but I aud others it aa a step which would fioubl ess rtmult m giving the movement a dis iuotively Alliance and vo Uo not wish to so oon Thu convention will undoubtedly be largely attended and will in placing Rpresidential in he field in After securing several hundred signatures in Kansas we will mblish the call and thus start the move At the afternoon session a resolution was passed allowing throe com mileage each way aud a per diem of two dollars to all delegates to th national congreBsmanolect from South was introduced to apeak on the aubject of the subtreasury Hoeatd it the keynote of the finan cialcondltioa of the country in tho fu Its passage waa imperatively dn manded tlie present financial condi H advocated the free coinage of Robert Vnuce of North Carolina of fered ft raaolution calling upon state leg islatures to reduce the salaries of officers to more moderate This was ra ferret to tlie committee on meeting of the colored Alliance this a resolution waa intro duced condemning the Alliance for denouncing the federal election bill Tonight the National Alliance had an isii mtietitg for the purpose of reeoiy ing a from the colored Alii Several of the later made speeches agreeing that it was best for members of the to vote hereafter withoa regard to pavfy for thsir OWE aud organizer ol the whito adviaed an the colored CosUtlon Between tlie BngUnh xllcC BlB ttnd tlio Iilth NutlomiUstn an Inv to Whether yitrueU Wlna or Not Yeaterdajfl Meotlnc of the Irish iartj AOjonrued tTIthoat Irlnh speech to day Salisbury referred to the Irish He made sarcastic reference to Gladstones recollection of his intur IBW with Parnell at Hawaruen in and recalled the differ bo choeen president of the comAt the af tsrnooa Beeiiion of the National He waa unanimously Farmers Alliance Will and on assuming the chair thanked the and Hice of representing members for this mark of Secretary BUiae announced that quar ters of tho commission had been estab lished 1016 Vermont that tha state department would bo asked to af ford all accommodations and facilities the commission Ou motion of Davis the commission adjourned till Thursday at 13 lllnnrtV Soft Money the house todoy Kepresentativo Blund of Missouri introduced a bill requiring tho secretary Ralph of the KnightB of La bur closed the meolng in same Hnf of Among other thins he said WJien I went out to Kansas found tbjy were nutting corn there am selling it for fifteen cents a and told them that tiiey had better raise atd the Kansas men present iu tho ha1 agreed that that was just what thay did month GOVERNOR tno Citizens Allianco of that were liitTodueed by Livngttone of the Georgia and ali three made addrybses 4u the tab mum ueutiment in thoughtand argu Tney uaid that tneir orgauizitloos ware iisspiy laisieated iu snn success of tho farmers us MM tho j Alliance itself that both eidos practically working on the same line and I in thesume They saw no reas on why should not unite in promoting this movement and they asked for a mittee of conference to arrange for closer ENGLISH ord Salisbury Savagely Afctauka money would obtain 20 percent This waa only a small part of the meas ure be taken by the govern ment to meet the distrete in It now clear us the winter progressed that n great pressure would be brought to bear Ion the poor law Buthotlties who were Ohargca tho Old Mun tn me86 Unrtoring Whlnh tnnnot lFt the The government while relying on the poor law authorities to meat the greater part of the local dis tress proposed to employ labor on the public The appropriation asked for by Balfour was executive couaeil of tise Irish National League of comprising President John Fitzgerald of Judge James Fitzgerald of Charles OReilly of Gannon of and Secretary Button of will hold a meeting in this city toraqr in betwen Lord Cawavon aud Judge who is now today thefollowing rarneU as to occuired between hem at their confidential interview Borne He said no liberal then bought it a scandal to believe Far uellii tied why should they liink so tiowf GladBtoueB denial did not niuounc to It was due largely to the bril iant hues of hia own Imagination itnd ught to be xecelved a certain of judicious Referring to the pvoposals iu regard to Irish affairs thou made by Gladstone London Hasty action ot Cincinnati Pnrnell branch Aon havo falthtnl to until lately WAB MronR hor lionce Irish rojacta hit dictation hud loumnds your cotentlou JAMKH Kir lu Ik fire broke out In the workhouse at NstwasllwonTyna last Tho iSanieB flrat appeared Su tho womans which was crowded with women and and extinguished before building was nix lives were is divulgedby Lord Sails1 there WM ft dreadful JVhefira was aury declared that the question would be a subordinate one if an Irish parliament had control of the be iause the control of the policy includes tho control In regard The Irlolv meeting of VUe vuu ui j ttO jynvi vi mv to property Gladstones pBrty Was continued Ad hto urora Ami c T t his lordship were ingenious and he was surprised that iamella virtue had compelled him to refuse Had they been carried into effect overy laudi lord in Ireland would have concluded that it would be a very advantageous bargain to sell his laud at one tenth of its present Cheers and that if parliament ever re considered its constitution the first ques journmeoc waa had to reassemble morrow st Nothing was IBM AltOHNhY CniKlltlon nf the Jndlolul Dopartuititit uf tho eral iu his annual tion discussed would be oicessive j JH avi urgent necessity for tho build repreBentation of Lord Salisbury of the treasury to pvepara a new series of I relations between the Citizens Alliance the treasury currency commonly called I and the National He fluff A Wlilto Mann Ooviunmon HHnulil Brine Jieedcrl Befarmi Till ra au was inau giitatoit In his inaugural address he oaid With the machinery of the law iii ir with every department of the government ex legialative and hold by white tafia with white white white it ib simply in famous that resort should jehadto lynch and the priBonois should be mur ut grest length shewed the objections to allowing uelfgoverned Ireland tn send thirtytwo members to Interfere in En glish especially after tho revela tions made recently touching the of man Irish and re minded hia audience that wheu the Eu ing of United Htatos jail at points where dered tho people have grown sums to re1u6Bt was granteii Hud a com i mittee cental the amount of national bank notes j Oailagtier and Oiraey frum tho and issue theai in Gray obtained the but as he did not desire to speak this Hoar suggested an executive ses Blair asked Hoar to yield to him for a motion to lay the election bill aside until to morrow and take up the labor bill which was displaced as llcar consented the motion was Cookrell suggested that some sen ators who were opposed to the labor bill were not Hoar gave notice that after today be wiuld endeavor to press the election wittout having i laid aside Jor any purpose uatil a final vote was Butler remarked the labor Dill besa laid neide the other day with the uonsoatot the senator New him if he expected get a vote ou ft A Ulair presumod that it might be on aurt asked whether there fwas tiny oojeottoa to its 7 t have told the senator tlmt eena tora are absent who want to be htaid upon Tbo senate pvoceedou to the conslder of bills on the The fol amojig WSB passed Sen ate resolution to continue during tho session the investigation into the status of negotiations between the United States and tha Oherokes tribe of After a brief executive session the sen ate THE house took up tho pension appropriation Morrow explained that the bill appropriated for the payment of pensions the sum of It waa es timated that this sum of money would be distributed among This was the largest numberof beneficia ries ever provided in any single It estimated the grooa coat to the States of these pensioners for the year 1891 would average He believed that there would be no defi ciency next but oil the contrary that there would prove to be a slight ex cess of the Ssyres qf argued that the congress would be com pelled to meet a deficiency of not loss that may bs from time to time stirrenj dered for cancellation by National Sank ing Blend also duced a bill authorizing the iBStie of a new aeries at legaltender notes to meet any deficiency in the revenue of the A preamble to the bill recites that a deficiency in the revenues is now threatened and the country is nnt in condition to hear any further V authorizes the sec retary of the treasury to prepare and is sue legal tender commonly called in payment of current obli gations of the These notes are to be in addition to the legal tender notes authorized maybe reissued as legal tender ua now and to bo for monetary Jhn ionalou Agent Noble New Yotk Workmgmeus Haforni League and AntiMoaopoly re both addressed the convention aud umoug other things said that the mecimuicB and laborers in cities were as much dependent on the industrial condi tion of the country as tne and should eligible to membership in the They recommended that Al liance organizers be sent to Now York state at once to institute sub Alliances ia all the cities of thac LlvinRBtone of said in reply that he did not regard itue tHting or that all class of even it iuiuued Bhouid best to weary of the laws delays and of its inaf floient Negroes have nearly iilways been the victims and the confession in a blot upon our Let us sec to it that the finger of scorn bo no more pcipted at our state reason of thin deplorable condition of Let punishment for crime by whomsoever committed be prompt and and with the removal of cause the average of Uuttecl States number 100 or Vigilant efforts have been he to enforce Ohinesw In a chapter iu regard to the diQIanlty of government was defeated it was j enforcing thelaw attor almost always by a msjoritymuuh under i ceygenoral Bttyn thirty His lordsnip dilated npon fiome of thecullnt the the lolly m eniruBuutttae to wblon attention waa Jailed I tus last nuniAal report of the departmtinl eaforoetuent of the ernal revenue lawa and of tho Ifnitod States election laws is particularly re ented and officers of the internal reve nue an well BB United Biatea murehalB are How long does ho suppose that would be possible An Irish parliament would refcse supplies would he do then what the will as a with the same general belong to the same organ z They would do thoir keep their own separate has bone paying considerable lately to o attoraoya f ass in pension ixndja formulating ii plan by which claimants for potiaionti who are not rapresentnd by attorneys may be placed and inaiutaiaed upon the same ootiugwitli those who It in pro posed toofgaaim a force within the pen Hum at the hend of wliinh will bo pluccd a thoroughly competent pension whose business it will be to look after the Interest of these unrepresented Thesecretary says paid in fees by tho old soldiers to attorneys each week When I think of my old com rade ia the war being obliged to contri bute to the maintenance of these I can hardly restrain my indignation and before long I hope to be able to mature plans by which some of them at may hsve their claims looked after with out to pay over the tirst fruits to organizations as al but should fraternize more closely conferto gether more frequently upon measures of public The Farmers be deserved no particular credit for having discovered thai these reforms were nor for taking the lead the The masses of the oouu Wcjro practically in the same aa all had worked deapsrato to be used only wheu others Grant to the execu tive tha power of j the ab solute removal of any sheriff who fails to prevent any such act of vio lence hia county after the law hia taken control of a I have thought it wiae to apaak iu emphatic terms of this beuauBfi every linmu worthy the name mustlloagto see tho time when law flhali aaBoiit Its sway when our people will notte divided Into hostile pnliticftl I We whites have absolute control of the Btats Rovsraraent und we inland to retain Tha intelligent exerciser right of it once the highest privilege and the roost sacred duty of tho ia nayet boyond thn capacity of the vast majority cfcolorod We deny thaj this Cooper of referred jto the largo force of clerks pf the pen aion bureau and the vast expenditure of ney for He proposed to w that this volume of money should be distributed by ft man who was above and It waa hia penBion Gorreotlnff the Tariff ways and means committee will hold ite initial meeting of the session It is understood that the committee will im mediately take measures to rectify the omission of the tobacco rebate Election from the McKinley tariff by the passing of a supplemental bill before when tho original section would have gone into MoKiuley and Mills said they thought there would be jio opposition to the The Apportionmimt Dun noli of census committee uaid today the commltttM would begin cooaiiiera tion of the apportionment next and that be did not doubt but that it would be before the house before the CurlBtmtB he backed up by tha money power of and aided ami encour aged bv railroads and is our common To meot this enemy and to cope with it auocesBfully cooper ation ia absolutely and it soon come mend cooperation and fraternity with other national hut not Tue National Colored Alliance was an nounced as ready to be received for fra ternal but the hour for ad journment arrived and the reception was postponed until the evening John congressmanelect from Kansas on the Peoples in an in terview with the Associated Prene report er this in reference to a call for delesrateg to a natioasl with a view of forming a new eaid that the date for the meeting would be for February not the as previous ly announced by those iu the This he was drawn by Professor Vincent and his two all of the two latter be ing editors and publishers of Ctnformitit Thuy were aided in their work by of and Ilice of They aub mitted a rough draft of the call and after making some few I asked theut forsiguatutea It ended wish the Alliance platform adopted at Louia and fraternal organ izations in sympathy with that doctrine to send delegates to It been extensively eignea by Alliance members and by delegates of other or When asked it the cull touched upou othur measures of public policy than the Louts Davis eaid it lays down four proponitioaawltU refer true now and it waa uot true whon Jeffer Bon But we cannot deny that it is our duty as governing pownr is South Carolina to insure to every indi blncfe Rnd right to liberty and pursuit of All tho other state oflionrs elect wero also sworn in It IB now balieved that Henator Hampton will be defeated by the Tillman candidate for tho United States to Hump A Prominent OltUou Killed lu a KANSAS James who was killed in the railway accident at waa one of the best known business men in this vvua treasurer c tho ana Issa SHd Trust and ft director of the National William amonK the dangerously wag a member of the firm of Knight civil Nut the pastor of the First church of this who barged witU certain a committee of seven members of the South Kansas presided over by Presiding Elder at a tete hour found the accused The verdict waa Weather nnlil Dwelling upon what ha called the pol icy of double Lord Salisbury declared that the disgusting details of the OShea divorse case were not the real cause of the antagonism between the powerful furies now ranged against each Gladstone waa bent upon the impossible enterprise of uniting she En glish Liberal who ia dead against separ and the Irish who cares for nothing Ho only sue ceeded while things were quiet by re liance and the use of ambiguous lan 1 care said his Parnell wins or It may be a weak ness human but I prefer a man lighting desperately for hit to a crew whom be has made and who ara now against But I am mre that we now face It ia no longer possible by dark outlines of policy to efleet an impossible The latest phase of situation bids fair for an a committee having been chosen to wait upon Gkdstoue and endeavor tu obtain from nirn aasur ancaadoslred by Thecsin mittoe consists of John Power and Parnell will take no part the negoffeions with Before tho appointment of com mitte Parnell askad the meeting for au informal show of bimiln on Clancys This disclosed that only Barry imd Clancy con tinued to hold out against the amend Besides Glidstono the mittee will also Sir William Vernon Hartcourt and and will en deavor tn conclude negotiations to The committee had u meeting and de cided to instruct Red Sexton and Leamy wtta the con duct of the negotiations with Glad It is repotted that at a mentis u of his RdberentB last night Parnell prom ised to abide by the decision of the ma frequently met with violence snd are oc lin victims of assassination at tie cf these guilty50 violating uud other laws and their Savers assassinations of oOlceruand witnetaea with the purpose of impeding the execution ct the lawn and orders of the United States hayo oc curred during the past In prose cutions for violations of the election laws in several districts convictions ot guilt have been obtained ia a large number of As an of the dif ficulties met in biich the district attorney for one district reported that ia a certain county a number of whoee citizens were convicted of viola tions of the election bounty court ordered all flues and costs assessed agalnat them in the United States court to bu paid out of Che ccuiJty and that in another a numbtsr of whote oitt wore in like micner oonvictod or had pleaded guilty to such offense in the United Btatou was actually paM out of the county treas ury upon suoh Until apu coatfa iu one i facts opssb for jority of the Irish membors on the value of Gladstones assurances The sup porters of Parnell are confident that Gladstones assurances will prove in nuBnUivo and that they will not cepted by ft maiority of the Nationalists Negotiations with The committee ap pointed by tlie Nationalist meeting hat Bent a letter to Gladstone asking him to open negotiations for a future home rule Gladstone expressed his willingness v interchange views with the but reserved the right to Choose the members witu whoin he would In tho IXoune of In the house of com 8 For S winds Bhifting to north except in eastern Kan mons today Balfour made motion lament vote for tUa pur of proytdtvg wed potatoes for dUtjeeund land in The sued Balfour ICnur Mew Killed anil Alifto iVitrttiy In terriblii derit occurred at the Ijlast f urnacii depot of Illluoiu Iron sin nouipaoj wovks Tho which blown out lor rolininfl and oiher mudd neceosary by a receat which w JB uttended without loaa of fell to tho ground without warning thu men were engaged Atwbik on Eleven were at work in the inaide at tho bottom and about six on top when the accident Masonry Work and pumice linings were piled upon each other in a contused mingled with the dead and dying Killed Nels John Thecdore Stain Fatally IVtei Krickson and wreck cannot cleared before it Wortb of Dlnmnndu KAHSAS Mik Armour has lost her Ihay weio valued at and lor safety were plaumi in the safety box of Armour In the of NOT Ea gland Safety Deposit Armour went for tlifm tbe othor ilfcy they were Armour ntm not to given to the people but a loan and anyone paying ready Armour are ftt low to toow how they Auuour mads a When money wiid to get the It thotjght took not tmt also ;

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