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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                SUNDAY DECEMBER A STORMY Yesterdays Meeting of the Sfa tional Farmers The InvestlgollOB or Charges McCnne Agaia Brought Be 1 fore tlio Bnll af Amlilit the Wlldeit Why Ho Ke fatid to InWhltoWuhlDE tite Jilllir at UIB National IJcareiatT Tumor Mnkei Henaatloniil 4aliiBt HenMor Vtliiok tils einniktor Pramptljr Denies from h Alliance continued its session At the forenoon teuton complaint was by Livlngaton of Georgia that the government statistician relied too muoh upon Information furnished by un Jf informed The committee on agricultural statistics pro posing that a committee of five Alliance congressmen make arrangements to get so that the people will not be dependent on reports from the govern ment Taey are to co operate with the Alliance crop statistician In her Praak Burti tt ot Mississippi moved that a luiier be furnished of alUubAlll HancB who send to each Alliance all intorination in their posses sion bearing on turner ct Georgia protested against such a roster buiug furnished as ic gave one man too much He said thM such a rotter could he used to destroy the order by politicians or That if he as national secre tary bad had a roster In his and had been he could have sold it for during the recent political campaigns throughout the Pol he wdutd use It to dlsseml nate their corrupting Livingston ot Georgia supported Secretary Turner in his and while speaking at some length on the subject was by Delegate Harve of Florida on a point of that Livingston consumed too much time ot the convention in Livingston replied that when he run things he run them In shape that there was some system and order some business was but that when Harvey had anything to do with af fairs there was only anarchy and jlurnsr got the Uior again and said Uiat ihifirritho Kansas campaign Senator Oflelell j5iooo for a roster of i secretaries the Infer encoWng that such a iroster would largely flicreaeo in value as the Alliance extended Into othei Powderly addressed the Alliance delegates at Exposition hall this after He advocated a law against the employment of child He insisted that tbn government had the right to con trol the and then made a fiery attack upon the employment of labor saving machinery in defrauding the of the right to He espestally bitter against all electric declaring the capitalists in their greed had even cornered Gnda wrath and compelled it howled forjthe the who is a vociferating wildly and never permitting the oppoiitlon to silence his BJ u had to be taken and tho reading of report WHO in order by a big amid cLeera and Bhouts An Hull arose from hla seat ngaln the troubled watars iu most dignified manner and amid a foreboding silence he proceeded to say that he bad refused to tlgn thn report of the invest gating committee tor the following reatoun Because it ceneurod President Polk for writing the Norwood a censure which was unjust to Polk for various Because It exonerated Me although McOune had actually and openly admitted before the commie tee that he lihd gone to Georgia and formed a combination cmong Alliance legislators and orders in the interest of Oalhnun for the United Btstes son bts because McCunehid also admitted thac Oalhoun had loaned htm HcCune and because McCune had fui taeraamitted that he remained sixteen days ia Georgia lobbying for Calhoune McOune has admitted before the committee that he bad for the past year travelled on transportation fur nished him by the West Point Terminal Hallo reasons for the reference to H loan ot fruru it was al leged were that McCune admitted before the committee that he gave aa security therefor an order for on the Na tional Alliance Proof ban also Jieen adduced as to the change ut the policy of the National Georgia Alliance tarmern in the interest nf corporations and This change from the former policy in favor of the farming in terests balbnen but ultimately so marked as to have practically con firmed tho suspicions of outeide financial influence at proof aa to lobbying and several minor charges had also been The reading of the document produced a profound sensation in the convention hall in a few seconds another scene of wild excitement was being finally as a sort of compromise Living ston secured the adoption of a motion making tho continuance of an investiga tiou a special order for this As soon as quiet was restored the con vention listened to the report of the com mittee to which had bden referred the proposition of President Polka annual message suggesting a legislative to consist of the presidents ot all the with the national president as chairman The report was in favor of this and was adopted by the The committee on the pres idents with reference to salar reported In favor of making the pree idenla salary with his traveling out of which he pay bin private and in favor of fixing his official rosidence in to do thair tionallsm and said He denounced Nn matter what politicians may we of the two great sections are together again and together we will fight The sentiment brought forth great John Davis of Kansas spoke upon the finance and this closed the ox ercises of labor The National Alliance adjourned juet list ore today while the resolution on furaishing a roster of subAlliance jBCretariea Was under When the mealing was called together at 3 nobody expected a continuance ot the A storm cloud meanwhile had been gathering and everybody was welting to hear it It related to the McCunePolkLivincjston investi and it burst with u suddenness and uproar well calculated to suit even ihe most sensation loving Alliance mart iu the convention President Hall of the Maine Alliance got tto floor and was loaded to the with which subsequently found vent iu a written which he held in his against the report of the committee on submitted and adopted He proceeded to read from bis manuscript his reasons for not signing that But he had hardly read the beginning sentence when UcGunes through Delegate Wynn of objected to Halle stating his reasons on the ground Uiat his previously formulated objections were in the nature of a minority which he had now forfeited his right to by reason of tho conventions final action on the majority or tegular re port cf ihe Then followed crossfire of objec tions and during which there was a dealot Bharpshootina and the ex citement arose to the tugboat The whole business was before the conven tion What would it do How would rid of or bow carry it on t While the debate was at its MoOune got the floor and said that if Halls report was read he should certain ly claim the fight to oitar testimony on rebuttal on the lloor of the As he sat down adczan members clam oraU far and without gettliig demanded in loud voices an tion ot the most searcUlog McCunea in the were using every art ot the politician and parliamentarian to choke off the whole Dullness and tq proceed with the order of the Thona of the anil MoOunites who man ajjd to make themselves laid if there a cat la the bag they wanted it let They demanded again that Halli reptrt ue Mr Wade of Tennessee and Krank Burkett ot fairly This report was also Thn uternoin adjournment was taken at McCune was asked at supper time by the Associated Press representative with reference to the outcome of Halls mani It will amount to The council will not recede from its action of As indicating the state of feeling iu Kansas over the third party numerous telegram of congratulation have been received to day by John Rice from prominent oitizans there Identified with tho Peopleu secretary of the Citizens says the citizens of Fort ticntt congratulate you on the effort to form a National May God crown your efforts with As was partially expected a corapro raise tho Polk and McCune fac tions was effected during the supper As soon as the convention was called to order Livingston arose and said that at the request of the members of the President Hall of Mis had agreed to withdraw bis ex planation nf bis reasons tor refusing nignthe commlttetts report he waa done in the interests of Then McOunn arote to a question of personal and addressed him self brieflyto the He denied truth of some of the statements in the papers read hy but his language was moderate and Ee sat down amid preat Then President Hall said I withdraw the written explanation for the eake of harmony and I do npt change my original This speech was greeted with hisses and by dome ap pUuse as The remainder of the evening session was devoted chiefly to routine Jus as the evening seulon was about to ad Jiurn to Monday It was resolved to en dorse the National A Btory Without Ingalls says that Turners men tioned in the Ooala is without THE IRISH Parnolls Perversity Hosulta lu Rupture of the Fortylire Irish Nomborg of tho Irish fnrllnmcnt Party Wllhdrarr From the MoCattHj Blectetl Chalrnmn uf Manifesto to tbci Irlitu Haw In The Mlanrltr Jleatftrin Their Faith In ttlitlntano Itvpllo tu the Natlanallnt BeflolnUonn nul Onnyevi In UIMB of Pnr niflla D the opening of the meeting ot the Irish parliamentary puty Parnell said they were as sembled to receive the report of the del egates on the conference with Glad Kenny proposed that the delegates retire to prepare their A resolution that ihe delegates retire to prepare their report was put and de feated by a vote of 84 to After a brief adjaurnmout Rsdmond read ie report ot the including thn eltere of Bir William Vernon Harcourt and Uorley referring them to Gladstone as the sole tender ot the Lib empowered to speak in tne name of party the letter Gladstone de clining a J jint consideration of the quea taut the delegates might submit to him in combination with his colleagues ad Gladstones last letter to he Irish parliamentary At the conclusion of the rending ot the herd was u scene of great confu Abramu and Johu OConnor arose from their seats when Mr Parnell declared that the latter bad the AUiains then perslfted in an effort to move n He tried to read but could not owing tu the He handed the resolution o McCarthy to The latter arose from his seat and was apparently to read when who throughout thu exciting scene remained jraspedthe resolution from Me Jirihva at tho saws auyine I wont receive Parnell and McCarthy stood ail dressing each but their words were rendered owiap to the con fusion and cries ot ohaii chair or der I When order was restored Parnell said the party deposes I am your are not our McCarthy at tempted to move H ruauluiics us back our resolu The disorder and interruptions were Parnell continuing to rule that OConnor had the Barry exolaimed Youre ti dirty which carried a further up the will respect the it respects the McCarthy said he had only risen to a point nf Someone handed him a paper and the chairman struck it out of Mis took out of your McCarthy answered that the paper was struck out of hiu were about to put some thereby usurping my was I expected courtesy at whatever Healy moved that Abrama motion be heard refuse to put Ill putit Ban The weekly bank statement the following changes iu The banks now hold less than the requirements of the 20 per Indian Matters at army headquarters were very quiet Miles said that the only news he bad fat publication was that the troops en route from the various military posts to Pine Ridge were making rapid progress toward their a ualn S Samoa Colder fair northerly are youf You are not the leader of ths Irish OUoiueir then moved that the rmotiflg regreta and calia tho attention of the country to the fact tbat though original resolution was amended to meet Gladstones objections Co he still refused to confer with the psrcy unless Parnoll la Gladstones reply proved Parnellu contention that It was impossible to get a direct answer from he was sacrificing Irish interests ic a manufactured He believed that Ireiand would rosent such in seconding Coa nets warned the Healyites of the grave responsibility of forming an opposition Before UKuily seconded the motion ot an other acetio This was due to Timothy Healy Who in to be mistress of the party dries of shame cume from all parts of the room and Wil liam Redmond They must be bsdly off to resort W argument like that I Abram followed He pointed out the danger of a Liberal de feat at the general election in case thin action should induce Gladstone to Aa Parcel refused to they would be wanting iu respect to themselves if they longer delayed bring ing to an The chairman having IgnomlnouBly treated McCarthys resolution Abram declined to enter into an but repeated tbat it would be shameful to allow the minority let coo tin ue making the parly a laughing Finally Parnell decided Abram vras out of Whereupon Healy ahoued bravol bravo I wont stand very rough more from The amendment Is only admlssable at a iu Arthur OCortnpr in a quiet speech protested against the obstructive tactics of the which ne said would in delay the deolulort that the ma Jomy ware preparing to Leamynad Justin McCarthy took the He said he though the tlmuhad come to close the He did not desire ts incrsete the bitternets engendered by the He Unped up to last night that Parnell would still help them out of the terrible national He waa Par a ell had given them no assistance out of their He felt Mint it would be a waste of time to discuss the matter further since it had been made clear that the door would be barred a definite settlement in this room HA suggested that all agreeing with him While the members Mr Juallti Htmsley McCarthy explained much interruption that he sorry f r the but would go with the Nolan excused Justin Me CnrthyV defection on account of family The he had exercised their right to They had oniy debated the question two but certain gentlemen found tbat farther iiscuesioa would only Justify Parnell and enlighten Ireland to the true He then proceeded to dltoues the election argued that the Parnellites would hold the key to the and concluded his remarks by saying that whatever Parnolls in the next two or three be would be ranked with OConnell as the greatest Irishman of tho last three j Others having Parnell said The deserters knowing we were going to Ireland clamored for a decision because they dreaded the lightning of public opinion in Tuey receded before this opinion when they fled from this we have won the Loud Al though our ranks are I hold this chair Although many comrades have lefc Ireland has power to fill their and send us men good and true for evervone of those who have and I little knew our gallant country if I am mistaken in the opinion that when she gets an oppor tunity she will freely exercise the They have left this room because they eawtheir position was no longer tenable because theynaw arrayed against them a force before which we must all and without which none of us would over have been They stand iu a most contemptible that of men who having pledged themtelvea to be true to their to their leader and their country have been false to Loud John OConnora resolution was than put niid carried by acclamation and the eMing Thn proceeding of the McCarthy sec lion wore conducted in The defection of the younger McCar thy haa raised the total number of ami Parnelllte members to oppp nonta of Patnell who withdrew from the meeting In a body held a meeting in a ccrsfereccft Tlje meeting by vole elected Justin McCarthy onatrman U is the intention to appoint a committee of eight members to assist the chair When McCarthy had assumed the chair Iht meeting proceeded to consider the following resolution as mem bers of the Irish solemnly renew ourstlkeoion to the in devotion towhich we have never thattho Irish party is and always mutt romaln in dependent of all other we decUro tbat we will never entertain any proposal for a settlement of the home rule question except such ai satieties the aspirations of the Irish act the Irish The which was proposed by Timothy Healy and seconded by SHI ton was unanimously The result was immediately comnuui cited to Upon leoraing what bad been dona Gladstone es clRimwl Thank Homo rule naveti I OlniUtouig9 QladstODs in big letter the ac knowledges the receipt of tho two reio lutious ndopttd by the Itish caucus aui By the first resolution the 8Mb ject of our corretpcmdence is entirely de tached from connection with the couver aatioa at Ua In the second am requested to receive a deputation besides atatiug the part was to request an in timatioa of my colleagues intentions re garding the details ot a settlement of th question and the control of the con I have not yxt had flu portunity to consult my colleagues r garcjtng Buch declaration of my inten tion on two out of the many points which rony bo regarded as vital to the construe tiou of a good measure for home The question raised by the publication of my letter to Motley was a ques tiou of leadership ha no proper connection with home cannot undertake to make atystiteroes of our intentions on these or arjyothe provisions of a home rule In conneo with a question of the Irish party settles this question be longing entirely to their own cempe teace in tuch a manner wii enable me to renew my forme relations with the Irish party it will be iny to enter without prejudice in to confidential communication liichfl has heretofore as occasion ma upon all amendments or partlcu larj and suggestion of improvemen in my plan for a measure to home I assure you that it to press forward at the first favor able opportunity a just eflectlv measure for home i recognize and earnestly seek to up bold the independence of the Irish party no less than that of the Liberal acknowledge with satisfaction the bar mouy prevailing between the two par ties since When the present dlfti aulty ID I know no reason to an tlclpate Its interruption from what ha taken place on both tides of tb channel during ihe four years I look forward with as do mj to the formation and prose cation of a measure meetlo Utho Juat claims of will like otaaln the approval o tho people of treat 1 shall at all times prize he privilege df communicating with the rish National Tlln Irlilt Irish tnvtiya eft for New York at 5 oclock this after iOon by the Michigan Central iliortly before heir departure Dll ou on behalf of himself anil his fellow nvoys made the following statement o an Associated Press reporter Wo have up to the present maintained Hence andJabMaiued from iuvltiug any xpresulon of opinion on situation at out of respect for the delibera tions of our JlVehave today received assurances hat the parliamentsry fund association f New otherwise known as the Icilamn house which raised bree hundred thousand dollars and urnid it over to Paninll a tha of the last general heartily endorses our action and that the municipal council of the league in New fork also support Among the telegram received today y the envoys wera the following Patrick Melody wired from Jyjuie The people are wild to neo Come uuder all Bdwavd McOannon telegraphed from Ohio What the people want is bouie rule for no matter under what Requests for them to come were also received from Waterbury New In reply to all these telegrams the f ol owing general reply was framed net We deeply regret that there hould he any but WB are solemnly convinced that the interests unity will be best served by suspend ngpublic and public action tending the decieion of the Irish We hope to communicate with you again he moment we receive decisive news rom An eveningpaperBaye it is has gone to Detroit o confer with his friends He did not hold any conference with the other delegates and left no word as tu his intoa MtTO H KDCO Kuiiteror tylUUm Sam IhaLM What MntU i he German by New York Associated Reiehamtigtr given In extanso a pass age that Emperor William himself saleo ed from his recent speech on school re One point the emperor especially emphasises is the time lost in the hlghur public schools in cramming youths with Latlu and Greek instead nf Gnrman language aid German especially tho growth uf German and the idea ot national Modern his ho if rightly would become Infinitely more valu able than the chronicles of he WASHING I NOWB and Gossip Oathored About tho National Capita Yestrniajg in Hotb of Cougresn Were of un Uninteresting Wnr tlPimttlnnnt lu Merelpt if Kn caatHgloK JTriim the Sent ut VroublMTwellltTIlT Hill to be Aildwl to Honor In Kow Munihiut rormulMwI fcr lionin CeniuA fVIa the tenata today lagalls called up the bill nuk ing three District of Columbia comrali uloners Tae discussion on this bill continued until when tho bill writ without Tho house amendment to the aeuite resolu tion for the issue arms by of North anil South Wyoming and was concurred U its provisions to the state of The senate then resumed of the election and Gray re summl the Uoor and continued his ment against Before 0 ray had finishea bin speech the senate went into executive session and soon THE of of the committee on library called up the aanute Joint resolu tion asking the president to request family of Grant to permit the re moval of the remains of her husband to Arlington The morning hour expired without action on tho On motion ot Perkins of the senate bill was passed with unim portant appropriating for the purchase of rations for the Bicux On motion ot Mpinola of New the tenate Mil was passed for the the retirement of with the rank ot an wera ao many young Uermans seduced from the paths of palltlcal virtue How Is It that Germany produced reformers of so many mea nagging at their own government whilecommending tie of other nations It was blrnply igaaranoe arieiug from defective education on the genius ot modern man The high schools must mend their They must avoid Make the studies bear upon practical tie Reduce the boys book work and give more time farhealthy recitation and training The present plan tends towards an over production of a higher He approved the sayings uf Prince anent the abitramehten whom we called hunger and from whom the ranks of lurnallsm wera largely re forming a class dangerous to BO ho wero high school products lua to Allud ing to the school ailments the emperor declared tbat In the highest classes the number of pupil with myopy was some Umss74 pur nf thn wbolo bedeoluretl that be wnuid not licence j iolj ullci a ochools until their methods The newspapers generally msnnt the tnperote refflraaceg to The Secretary Proc tor this morning received two from Miles at In he quotes Brooke as toying that one of me main causes at discontent among hostllea is that a oarlain baud nf living on Paas in Rosebud have been ordered to more against their These Indians desire to be trans ferred to the Pine liid go and havesecuietl tho coosnot of tno Indiana now Brooks in asking fni authority tu permit the hajufer that lu opin ion wouiit add atul further in the ut too battiltt Mllse telegraphed him la reply that ho ha ample alacretian iu the hut advised him not to mace promUea to the He could aasuio that the government has secur ed increased rations and more general and that the soldiers would be chelr friands so lung BB they kept the but their bitterest enemy should they commie and defy the gov In the other telegram Miles tayg that reports from Braoto indicate a more Two Strike Is expected in Milos says tbat he does not regard Two Strikes threats to stab Brooke an a signal tot inasmuch as it was made in hn Indian harangue to his own people and not in the ot a strong body of United States troops He aays that In ease the disintegration continues tho outbreak will be prevented for this win ter at The situation IB still a gravn lu his and will require ex tiemo on the partnftbw authorities to thn Indianu aod to avert hostilities until In respoiiBH to a auk information respecting the did urmment of Indlucu iii the nf wur toHuy transmitted to nongrtsn n Kilter from uoiratpnail The Kmifiporclaninbiit Ifftf It is understtuit of the an agreement upon the liill hsted upua the enmmittee hw reached National Oaittte gays bespeaks on wrong information regarding the conditions of German Instead of jiuruul tsfs being hungry many hi ah i IBoialsare only too willing to exchange representation oj 8BO meruljern their posts for positions on the if house oonnlstn of they osn get it 3W This understandinn anyone conversant with the work en nature consideta by Journalists know that the tlon Bud oonBultatlon with their party as German press is among the leading OD The ratio ii one tors influencing public Emperor William has ordered tbat prayer be offered in all the be ginning for the safe acoouch ment of Ihe Empress which fcvpnt It expected fo lake plico early in A number of town beaded by the Berlin municipal authori have tent u petition to the relcbstag In favor of decreased duties on cattle And Tlie IjirnoU the withdrawal uf McCarthy and the other anti PAruell the supporters of Parneli adopted iesoiutions expressluf rvgret at rnfuaal tn state his views on the question submitted to and rutiaml the ieelectiim of Parnell as to ench of the popu Thie is about the lowest number will permit each state during the next decade to lestrolnits present The sftes which will gain in represen tation Alabama Arkasiu Qeoraia rtols Kansis anaehusetts Hiohi Kan Minnesota Miisouri New Oregon Pennsylvania Texas Washington and or 24 in of the treasury bag issued a circular I u vltiBg proposals for the ealti to the got 4 per The payment of the will be iBsde at thii The redeinptinn o per will noo Tho McCarthy party arft now prepming 1 a inanifeito to the Irish Vundt have depaslteil by craU o the bnrstni olflcerRfor and 6 the widj during the weekending ow of Amos tonight her out on acoonuu of Yirv rPKIa AMt offer to pay for the arrest of WH llam TMCOU and until The reward to be gcod for to be togethir with the tinder call will tp ba circulation within the next week or t a   

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