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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 6, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                V TtTPTTTX1 SATURDAY DECEMBER 189o7 TChe Pension Appropriation Bill BBaad by the Considerable Buncombe Debate In dulged by tho Democrats Who Wanted tlio Amount PBtem Wnrna Democratic Com peers Agiilunt Trusting Too Maoh In tlio Alliance at nu dcceisary to rlielr rolltlOBl JntrlanoB the Ktoctlon 1JIU the Attention of the Gray WMtei UFuqncuca on a LYoad house wont into committee of tho whole on the ap propriation Ouihwaite of Ohio criticised the conduct of tho comniisstonerof pensions iu abandoning his to effect an honest 1 sarcastically election in the district of J the gentleman from Outoheon suggested that Commis sioner Black had taken part in con gresssional Outhwatie replied that it Blnck had done such things as Baum had done he should have been brought to He argued that the Republican houaa WHS shirking Its the pending bills nhowtng a dellcieEcy of at leaat uheadle of Indianaargued that the amount of the appropriation would meet all demands upon Dockery of Missouri eaid that tho Republican house was refusing for pariy purposes to appropriate within 000 of tho amount which would bo re quired for pension He branched from this subject to the general financial condition of the country and stated that there will be n deficiency July of not including any deficiency for the yeara 1891 or except the pension Breokenridge of Kentucky said seven yeara there would be a mil lion pensioners who would be paid a hundred million dollars The first necessity was to mjet the question frankly by adequate appropriations the second to strike from the rolls unworthy pensioners tho third to transfer the bureau to the war department and take it out of the domain of Con fress should meet the question he people could not be Peters of Kansas made an exhaus tive argument to show that the appropri ation carried by tho bill was amply suffi dent to pay all tie pensions which would b4 granted during the ensuirg HpWuargcd that tue Democratic haifjgiowed hypocrisy in the treat Went of r The party1 was al with tears in bonalf of tho tviion it was out of but whan it was in power It was quite a different During the Hint s jioa of this congress the Demo iad been pawing the eerth and at tho mouth in behalf of the service Ha hoped that the Ke publican side of the houae in tho Fifty second congress would insist on the Democrats carrying out this profession which they had made in the Fifty fir ttt A congress and compel them to pass service The Democrats in the Fiftyfirst congress had been pregnant in professions of lovo for the Now the soldier would see whether those professions wero sincere or The Democratic party en deavoring to embrace the Farmers Alli ance He conceded that the Kepublican party in Kansas had run against it and had been It had been given a black eye laughter but the time was coming when the cyclone would strike the Democratic It was now being entrenched in Texas and and in 1892 gentle men who were relying upon the Alliance hosts would find that their hoots hud disappeared as the Republican majority baa disappeared in The Re publican party would because truth crushed to earth would rise tte wanted the Fiftysecond congress tj pass the subtreasury laughter tho free coinage cries ot we and the service pension bill and unless bio Democratic friends would do all that they would Had that the wave of the Farmers Alliance would sweop over them and wipe them from tho iaco the Spinola of New referring to quotation of truth rushed to shall nso inquired what had become of tue falsehood which had been crushed to earth lust Laugh During tha last session he had called attention to the rumb ling ot tue thunder aid had advised his Republican friends to put their oars to the His friend from Kansas Paters had put his ear to the ground and having heard the rum bling had got out of the J The gentleman nominated by tha wore eilli but the bare I legged man running against him had been elected by Laugh Biggs of California said that when i his colleague Morrow stated that there would be no he stated i what he wan not aud in order to back his argument he Bitrgs would bet to In concluding the debate Morrow argued that the amount carried by the bill was all if not more than all that would be by the pension bureau during the coming Ou motion of Dockery of Mis an amendment was adopted pro viding that no ugent or attorney shall de receive or be allowed any com pensation in and disability It is estimated by Dockery and Chairman Morrill of the invalid Densioiis that this will eave to the penulonorr within the next three Springer of Illinois offered an Amendment increasing to appropriation for the paymeut of There was he pr the Republican house to make inade quate appropriations to throw tho de ficiency on the Democratic Springers amendment was to After further debate the committee the bill was and the house ad THE election bill Whs taken up atd Gray addressed the senate in opposition to Ooiuing to the section which provides that a supervisor of elections to be se B cJtBOrett inuy niako a Douse to house visitation to inquire as to the of its Wale Gray cnar actcriztd that olllnial as this czar that IB to be this Entrap of a esd he said In all the measureB wdlnh provoked and goaded our ancestor to resist the tyranny ol the British tiug there wae none tbat ap proached the indtmy of this and moderate as I all the conceptions of my duty as ft oitiaon aud a law abiding no 1 have always boon and re spectful to tne powers that I say now The Lume Xefome Set Pj by tho mr In Granting tho Guatemalan Au IliorltloB What Prorcil to be u Writ for Hurrumliaa Ulzneis Action by tile Government jtatenmuullke Kef law of Ilia Viue by tiecrntHrjr president today transmitted to the house of repre sentatives tha correspondents growing out of the killing of Barruudia by Guatemalan officers on board the Pacific mail steamer ia the port of Bun The corrospondence consiBtB of ten the first of which was a Borne a member of mitteijou privileges and asked Gray whether ho waa now rolerring to wnut was known as the domiciling Gray said that ho apoonsr Bald tnat thai clause had been sti uck out by the Bam It ia iu the bill as Hour explained that it was iu by a either the clerk or uud BUOtuqueutly admitted thut the Gray moved thut the paragraph ia question be struck out of the member of the commit expretsed the opinion that it ought to be struck aa it was a Edmunds expressed the opinion that it ougic to He regarded it a very proper and amid that he was in favor of authorizing the proper officer either state or to go to u inaua houee in veriflying u registratioi ring the bell make the senator think the supervisor ought to be attended by an armed officer there is likely to be a mob to drive him I tliink he ought to a man In his own castle declines au interview with tho gentleman who comes with au armed the duty of the and of the marshalti agent in ended fur the whole authority is to ring bell and make Diniel mentioned several other ploccB In the bill whern the domicllory visit was alluded to and moved that tho bill bo a member of the commit juined in the statement that mittee had agreed to cut out the and said that Grays denunciation of it was none too having referred to the orig inal report of the mid that the error was on the part of the German moved tbat the bill be and suggested the senate should adjourn till but excla mations of dissent came from E munds and other No action was taken on Germans Morgan offered a resolu tion which went over till call ing on the attorney general for a state ment of the places of residence and dates of appointment of the chief supervisors of election now in office in each judicial district in the southern Beating the Oantom Tin supervising special in his an nual report says that while in attendance at the conference of consuls general of the United States in Europe called to consider the workings of the customs ad ministrative he was impressed with of a stringent enforcement of the It was shown that there was a systematic and intentional undervalua tion that the average dutifs collected wern far below those prescribed in the The newspapers abroad deplored tho fact that under the new law evasion of full duties would be Farmers Da tha Blddlne ot 5 South who is present at the meetinj of the Farmers Alliance at Fia I am credibly informed that instructions to procure the passage by your assembly of the resolution op posing the election hill wero telegraphed from the capital here to Florida by Democratic senators several bourn before the resolutions were reported to your Sweeney declines to give the names of tho Need Not the mm has boon by Secretary Noblo to detail an assistant chief of di with a necessary clerical to adjudicate pension claims not iu the hands of Completed canes are to fan placed upon the completed flies at and where not complete claimants must be fully notified ao to tbe evidence required to complete their amount the amount purchased ounces as follows One hundred thousand ounces at 104 to Weather u nttl 8 Kansas Pair northerly winds stationery MIZNERS The Inside History of the Bar rundia All of the Ofllcinl Correspondence In tlio Case Transmitted to tho and the last a Setter from Bluine to Minister dated announcing that ho oau see 20 justifi terring cation of Alizaeru that thta government disavows his und directing him to turn over the affairs of the Kimberly onrt return tj tho United 1 Under date of 33 iu a letter from Minister Mizuer to which wan received in which tho min ister jusiides his he calkd on the 18th on tho minister of foreign reltttiouB for an explanation of tne In thin toe minister stated with emphasis thw hie government had Kiyen positive orders to Barrundia from even to finning the uolmtastanaing it might havo involved a conflict with out two war he would liave been in the oxeruiso of the un doubted right of his government over its own in which he was conudeiit laws of nations would havo sustained Mizuer says had nevev heard of theee orders I confidently add that nothing will tend so much the establishment of permanent peace in these republics as a plain decliratioa tbat our fleet of steamers cannot be used in local waters as an asylum for revoiu Tlie correspondence clones with a letter from Secretary Blaiue to dated iu which he revlowa the case at length in all its bearings and says that tho tuora tho question examined in the light of tardily the deeper comes the regret that you so far exceeded your legitimate authority as to sign the in the hands ot the officers of Guatemala became their warrant for the capture of The Becretary contends that the claim that the government of Guatemala had the right to arrest Barrundia under its contract with the Pacific Mail Steamship company is and attacks each of the bpocifled remarks of Guatemala upon the representatives of the United States in this as improper and I am said that it may be said that after all you merely advised the captain of his but tbe captain did not simply seek yoar There is not here the slightest sugges tion that Pitts proposed to act oth erwise than by your orders and under your It was under these circumBianceB that you wrote tbe letter which iu the hands of a Guate malan the pretext of tbe at tempted seizure of The secretary says that through Kiznera action the naval force of the United States in those waters thus be came an acquiescent spectator of Although a merchant vessel of the United an You will therefore leavo your posi with all convenient turn ing over your legation to Kimberty as charge de ad through whom jour letter of recall will subse quently be presented to the Guatemalan govern Cull for a Rational following IB tho call for o third patty signed by Rice and John Davin of nsdbyaboul ueventyflve othtr Alliance men A CALL FOB A NATIONAL Iu unity there in it is desirable that there should be a union of all the variously named in dufltrifcl organizations that stand oncom mon to this end the Individ ualit from whose namesaro hereunto make this oali ftr a iiBtional conference to ba of delegates from thw following orgMii The Farrnfcra Mutual Benefit Knighti of and all other indus trial organizations that support the pvin niples of the agreement of each state organization to sent one dele gate fov each congressional and two for the 6tato and each oiB not leea than throe and county delegation not less than one t bu chosen according to tlio customs of each respective organiza tion during tuo month of Also tliiit tnn editor of each newspaper is hereby invited as a who hnn ad tha principles of the Louis oatreemew kort supported the Alliance cnndtftoeu nominated in the dele gates to tuijot in the city of Cincin on the 23d day of i at 3 oclock m for the 01 forming a National Union based upon the fundamental ideas of flnunca labor and land in fuitharance of the workalready begun by hosv and preparatory lor a united struggle for country and home in tho great political conflict now pending decidw who in this country is citizens or the Ke Will be Invontlgutert KANSAS Hayea of the lower house of the city council will bn requested to resign his pending an investigation by tho grand Jury on Jhe charges of which were recently investigated by tho A number of the the house wilf sign a request Hayes to resign and after timfl Jffir nn measure to attempt to Oust if ho does not comply with the It is id that 8drgeantatarms JoappS will also be asked to It in THE FARMERS jTeaterdayB Proceedings in the Convention at A Combination With tlio Wntunl Itoncllt Association Will Seen be Orcanlration Will Malntuln ItH Niuue for tho Thliik Thrrp will be uu Thlra Furtj nnd That the Alliance Hull Uettmcranjr Will Combine lu 1ZMS Tlw Louis tIat SUsltT morning aession of the National Alliance conven of the committee on made report prediction that the Democratic national convention of 1892 will adopt the Alli ance Lotus platform in Rice of who with the defeated candidate for in an aspirant for the nomination for Unitett Btatts eeaator against got tha floor last night on a proposition to Improve the Mmourl but took occasion to de liver a violent in he saM denounce the Republican party unworthy of It restored the tioual and for thin I give it ail Time has corrupted The only am bitiop of its members BOW is to scramble for the loaves and It had Its origin in the highest impulses oJ hiuuaii freedom and I gloried In being one of its champions lor nearly quarter of a but now it baa fallen from its high estate and ban become ylun deren It pxofessesreligion Dut it IB in It profesBea bat in reality Is a treacherous to erect is which iu to furuish the for an ulti timate union between the Natui eisAlliance andIndustrial Union and j it is flie champion Farmers Mutual Benefit and corporstiona to grind which has an organization a large membership in the western Under proposition Mutual BenoHt Asso ciallon is still to maintain itsseparatu or but be entitled to represen tation in the AHiaiioe and the executive committee of or ganization is to meet hereafter and ur Lttnge the details of this At tha conclusion of Livingatonea which occupied nearly aa he udoptert without 1hiB action undoubtedly meaaa the ab down iJue tollingan The Bpotch produced a profound S9n sation uud Alliance men of uoih partieit wish it uncterstooii that tig opinions aro Imply individual cot endorsed by the Alliance as H It IIBS been theme for general comment At the afternoon session of the Na tional Uhairsran McDowell presented the report of the committee appointed to investigate tha charges and affecting the cfflcial conduct of Polk Livingstone and Mc The committed exonerates butregrets tho writing of the Norwood Thn solute consolidation ot these two organij commission found nothing the near of Lwingstones high budow houso Earthquakes In KANSAS Bpecial from says Fjtreevsral weeks past esploaions have been heard atd their forces felt in thla ike heavy They have been growing louder and more violent each This morning two distinct shocks of earth quake were felt between 3 and At 8 oclock a third and very vio lent shock was felt Bouses were shaken and the swaying of their dwelling brought the people out of their The whole population fled into the streets for The shock was alarmingly se Its force seemed to from the north to the every reason to were prepared ta resort to any not of violence Hven Senor Auguoa has since do dared to you to sinking the notwithstanding it might havo involved a conflict with our two war vessels then lying I am dis continued to pay unduo regardto these profacto threats which are now reported to the depart I prefer to think by extravagance of language by tha actual presence of the problem which he was permitted to solve BO much to sunk the Acapulco with her freight of innocenc lives in the execution of a pur pose for the accomplishment uf which nothing but unlawful and invalid ex cuses have BO far been would have bean an act of savage I am instructed by the president to say he earnestly trusts tbat tbe time will come when the course of events in Guat emala or tbe declared purpose of her rulers will constrain this government to insure the safety of its merchant vessels entering the waters of Guatemala by sta tioning naval vessels along the scd opposite tha ports of the Blaine closes his letter SB follows In more than one occasion this govern ment has permitted its legations and ships of to offer hospitality to This is done from motives Its views would not have been less pronounced in addition to the humane aspect of the subject it had also been connected with the duty cf peryerting the decks of its mer chant from being made tbe tbentre of illegal violence and unlawful elocution without the pre mit the authorities of Guatemala to ac complish their desire to capture I can discover no You were promptly informed that your act was I am now directed by the president to Inform you that U is The president is moreover of the opinion that your usefulness in Central America ig at also offered a resolu tion providing for the adoption ot the not endorse bis fiourso in thti Georgia senatorial The report endorses M T A BBniHonai rne report endorses Louis Alliance platform or iSSOln aa McCunes bat regrets his cffl much aa there had a question cial conneotlon with raised as to the unanimous endorsement I Tbe did not give of the demand therein contained by all v state delegations of a year Livingstones idea was to call out uny objections which might exist about the absolutely unanimous An amendment was offered by Loucks of North providing for the ownersnip of all railroad and tele graph lines by the national Livingstone opposed this and offered aa a compromise mensura a reso lution providing that the liberty to cou trol and operate all such lines shall vest in the government and if after fair trial of this system it is found that it does not afford relief during its effect or effect re forms in the management of ihemfthe governments ownership shell be com This was adopted after some tlia Wade ol Tennessee offered as au additional amendment that every unce state and and all newspaper organs of the Allianceu should Jjavn printed the Louis and California amended platforms or suffer suspension from the order that no can didate for any nationaS political party shall be supported by the Alliance mem bers unless he endorses thin n and any subAlliance nos complying with these restrietions may be suspended at tho pleasure of the This was alao adoptett and the whole as was adopted unanimously upon a call of tha roll by chairman cf the lational executive submitted iis annual of the woik ac complished by that body during toe past year The report recommends H reduc tlon of the salaries of all National AiU anoa and the removal from Washington City of the National Alli ance presidents inasmuch as the retention of it there entails au expeusa not commensurate its A Compromise evening paper i Taw afternoon the Irish envoys in jo received a presuma bly from Justin Baying tout the Irish party in session in London have arranged compromise which would be satisfactory to all parties interested in Europe and America and that the full details are to be forwarded to the Irish envoyp who aro to awnlt thorn in Chica IJ the terms aro satisfactory to they are requested to send thnir and in tha meantime nil ceedings in Lonlrm will ba postponed to await the action of the ot commensurate its the original fcsolution was re wn ftno forenoon f erred to the committeo on the cood of McOune gave the Associated Tress the federal grand jury today returned indictments against president and general mana ger of the 8t Paul and KonssB general freight Burlington and ie in Bcpnbllcau Peuiton lu Kopubli CMICUB commHSeeware ID session today considering a closure In view of the fncts no obstructive purpose has been shown by the minority and that the Democratic senators say the election bill will be allowed to proceed to a final tlio committee took no A Poatofllce pontoffice at Lynn was entered by burglars at 3 oclock this jnoi About sixty dollars in money and pected two strangers oommitted the Search s being made for bankers assigned thia Del anater was tbe late date for governor but adopiml witi The election of officers was rrocefltleil President ofthe SanabB ance nominated T Polk was unanimously Mover of Kaueus was unanimously choaen Turner cf Georgia was reelected Willits was elected national lecturer over Benjamin the presant incum by a vote of 48 to man was elected a member of the legis lative committeo and Cole of Michigan of the juidciary The new committee on fraternity ia compoaod of Talbot of Bouth Loucku of South Livingstone cf committee WHS appointed co operate with tae worlds fair directors to secure fitting exhibits of American agri oultural Acommitteo was pointed to memoralize on the suppression of the The national executive board temaius Neville of offered reso lution piscine women in the Alliance on equal with men as to initiation Fsnnie Vickery of Kansas offered an amend ment to strike out word male from the Livingston until this would the men in an awkward position that it was necessary to retain the word there on general became man al ways included but women did not include or imply King said women should be on an equal footing with men jihat mtin without wumau would he As the de bate was fast assuming a womans rights it was cut off by a point of representative the following report of 3ia utterances upon tha third party ques tion I recommended as a compromise that would carry out tho end sought to be achieved by the west and if it met the approbation of the that 14 convention be called to meat in Febru That the convention be eoss poaecl delegates of all the association of ami that annual session of the aupremo council elect to vepretioEt this order ia that When tho great convention meets tne said delegates will coma there with authority and iu btructioiiB from their It their report decide in favor of tndupeudunt party action it will if tho cause will still be benefitfMl by the con and there will be a better under standing of the objects which the labor Ing classes are seeking to This Is the basis of all I but it has taken a wonderful holtl upon them aud it will satisfy both In conversation with the Associated Press Livingstone Bald in reply to a question as to tho prob able effect on the politics of the country as outlined by McUuiie It cant fail to have a marked it would commit the Alliance of the south almost solid against a third Before we shall have a chance to see waicJi oas of the Jesdlng polUloai parties will show accede to our willingness to There is noth ing new in the principles of the Alliance platform ezcupt the circumstances and conditions which have brought it into Calhoun and Webster stood on and even Charles Bumner wasnt very far away from If neither party listens UB then it will be Hroe for us to Weimva no disposition to break down either politico but relief must come through some political Do you think there B tiny prospect of the Republican party falling Into line and espousing cause of the aaoe I Ho I en nee no chaaee for the Iti pubHcan party to isecurn the vote of the while it sundson the present protective Da you think the Democratic party of toe north would Join the MUthern Demo Ctfcta on the Allipnca platform I think and the Daring yesterday and today were from mtiuy different including Kansas and congratulating action on the election These wore riwd to thu Hsteniiied snd the afternoon uussion closed ut 8 Towueily agu nembortt ot the natiuim executive boardk Knighta of uriived here this nftor frikterual uologates seokmj closer union with tho AUiauee oil questions af fecting industrial aatllabor At a public meeting of the National JIiancH tonight fully crowded tho opora house to hear political the Knights of Labor dels ff right spoke for ten min Powderly Pow derly said it was time for lawyers to stand aside and farmers a chance well as motchuota and He speaking only for himself individ but If it was the gen eral sentiment for all produc industrial and laboring orgftnizatoot u stand together and voto to gether he would be and would shoulder hU gun and go into tbe hottest of the The Alliance bad now reached a point In its progress when IU enemies were abusing and this wag al ways a hopeful to The whole line of uis talk was au wrgu raeiu for a third pany if it Be came Toward the close of his speech ho said let me say to you that is most We feel our greeting to you cordial ami heartfelt we are a part of your Here i3 your plat let us all agrun upon it if it In to agitata aad do hard work upon that plat we sre with and f ws are to vote with you on tbat pifttform will stand by jfm at the and WRB followtd by John ffoiu President Polk and tbe Xleetlou 5rThw Colored Alliance to day adopted a reeo lution oalllBg upon congress to tbe federal elwtion bill and let i apply to nil sections of the Knitert Ths hition introduced yenterdsy rfenonneed white AlHtacefor   

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