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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 9, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON TUESDAY DECEMBER CAPITOL Interbstink Gdssip About Con gress and Mow the Politicians arc Disposed to Kfgnril the KostiHs of the Kccent QimlUlcntiB Rapidly Coull TVMlo bomooratil Grow JJerv OUB Under the 8iruin of Mooting Issued Now Agltittlng tUo and Organized of Clanaei Vontrlbufad fo the Etouent Laml lugulla as Sernng mi Hammer a TUB HcTcniKsoN KKWS 808 Twelfth Anything less exciting than the open ingot thianeKion and the formal pre T sentatlon to congress o the presidents message could not be Excep for the general hand shaking and uni versal good humor and bandying of cam paign jokoo in the one niigh have taken it to be the ordinary resump tion of business after an overnight ud If asked to characterizo by a word th tempnrof the present I wouli eay It would natural have baen expected that tha Hepubllca if not openly cast down by th woud at least do no more tha preserve a stoical calm in the face o Democratic On the contrary Hapublicans to a man teem not to have recognized it as a serious while the Democrats very shrewdly BU pect it to be not a permanent The grave probabilities threatened at tbe of the incongruous elements of the hio men recently gerrymandered out f the Many causBBjled to t was mainly brought about by stay at ome The Republicans are busy people and when they have so ured the country by big presidential victory they to be let They lave no time for politics and have to be ecatled to their duty eyery few years by list such a Then every state had ts internal and feeling that nothing at stake our people gave themselves up to local disputes and Taking advantage ot a few weeks law aiiap keepers ad vanced prices not only upon the articles reduoud by the bill but those on the free The WcKlnley bill is nil and with two years of ito practical working MolCinley of will be tho foremost mau of the Ho is bound to be the next governor of after that nl things are contlnuet has more fully illus trated the resulta of ilemogogury than any other state in the To cu down such a delegation as now represents is u crime for which she must suffer Just think of defeating auch a man ai on aoknowledred loader in tbi and one who haa done more by way ot private bills and legislation f 01 his state than any other one man in con That they should bury a man DO singularly earnest and Indefatig uable is a confession of ingratitude and stupidity that amazeo Now I am by no means cast I have faith ID the final Judgment of the and society is waiting with some akin to awe the advent of this sock ess The defeated portion of he delegation are already poking sticks it and reminding him ot he company he must BBNATOH If Senator logalls Is consumed with anxiety no one will be tho Tho man from Kansas preserves hie usual cynical There is no suggestion of compromise in the glance with which he surveys the scenes of bis long Nobody is getting any expression of oplniou from and he participates in the business of the senate with his usual elegant Bald a western member the house yesterday in refer ence to the He will probably bo This will be the climax of idiocy in When that state has covored itself with humiliation It may possibly roc over its Tho glory of and her importance in nation al legislation are already on the wane I hear more of Kansas thai the defection of all other states 8EHATOU STANFORD AND THE I was told yesterday by a southern Re publican that the result of the Alliance convention in Florida might result in making Stanford the standard bearer of that The olevation of a millionaire monopolist as a candidate of thft Peoples is regarded hS a move ment ir peifact harmony with the gen THE FARMERS Veetordaya Proceedings in tbe National Ilio Financial Policy of the Order by the Commlttou on JDfinaucl That the Government ahull tjfmu Alouoy on Land and Certain rltmlturul of Mllvor nnd au Increase of olrualiitloa tn Blfty Dollnrn Ior mvut Control of oC Revenues and an Income convention ol tho Farmers Alliance continued its BCESiona Kuly in the forenoon session of tho Alliance the financial policy ot the or der camo up for discussion under the pott of tha committee on Thia report aa to tbe financial policy con tained the following amended demands demand the abolition of the national We demand that the govetament shall establish subWens urieo or depositories in the several states which shall loan money direct to the people at a low rate of not to ox coed 3 per per on nonper farm and alao upon roa with proper limitations upon tho quantity of load and amount ot vVe demand tnat the amount of tno cir troduotion of the memorial and the con vention adopted the following resolution umid tremendous That we nro oppooed to the Congar and we favor the passage of the Paddock pure food la tho debate on tbe demands of the President Hall of the Missouri Alliance made a long speech in opposi tion to tho Bub treasury Ho osed it because is wan class legislation scause it was unconstitutional because opposed to tho principles of the rdor because It WHS unjust and extrav and because it would bring flnan lal ruin to the farmers and all othor lasses of It would diointeg ate the order in his own state and would 033 the Alliance a million inomhera in be Jerry congressman elect from said that state last year raised bushels of corn which tbe armors sold at prices varying from o cents per but that of the entire amount the grain gamblers of Chicago got control of bushels and sold it at 25 cents per which took f from the pockets of the eral of its platform and FEELS EVEN IS is looking flrot and referred to tho deluge with groat freedom and good I never felt better mentally or political 1 next congress are such as to incline iyt was his comprehensive summing up vatraightout Democrats to consider the unsubstantial quality of their Everybody is looking better It is a relief to see the harrassed and faded exterior of the last assembly re placed by rounded good color altogether fresh and fighting There was on Monday of course a con siderable floral display on both Bides of both As it backet of flowers upon the old Richard Vaux rivaled the id tributes to Speaker Ulge of Arkansas and Burj ot his own feelings and his confidence in the future of the are going right along with relying for our future justification upon the out come of the Fittyseoond It is folly to credit the McKinley bill with the late result in Discontent among the people fomented by utterly unscrupu lous demagogues iniUmed them to the verge of Thre was no change of public II was a WBVR of ilol OiU NOT Morrill congratulates himself that AN ObFKR TO BUT THE lohn ninlr Siiye Bo will Olva 000 or the Unerakee O KANSAS secretary of tho Cherokee Strip Live Stock and a member ol the noted cattle firm of Williams was in the city Hetold a report er that he was about to make an offer for the Cherokee He said I will telegraph to Chief Mays tonight offer ing him for the I of fered that amount two years The government offers only which is at the rate of about per circulutibi medium be speedily m creased to not less than per Beound We demand that congress pass laws as shall effectual prevent tho dealing in futures on all ag ricultural meonanical pre Burving a stringent system of procedure in such as shall secure tne piomp eoiivic ion ot offenders and the impoui ion of such penalties as nhall BBOUTB ta most perfect compliance with the Tnua We condemn the silver bill re passed by and demaui in lieu thereof the free and unlimitei coinage of Tenth demand the passing o armors of jates government ed the farmers he gamblers this It the United had protect as it protects could not Yofrtordays Proceedings In Bronchos of Tile Time of the Senate taken by Discussion of tbo todcrnl Election Socrotiiry of tb Troftnuty Sntft loTlh tlio Futility ot Atlcirnitlnif ti Iuj Out jriBctlnnHl In tbo of Enpromn Court Deolaion Aflectluft Klxlita of resolution appropriating to imjuiio luto thn cause of tbe Sioux outbreak wan referred to tho committee on Indian Hoar asked unanimous conoeutto time fixed Friday next at 4 for taking filial vote en thn election who had the yielded to who argued against the propoultionThe ho come td present session of con gress not elated nc their late victory at the but lacking with earnestness If the farmers had got this they could have devoted to the payment of farm mort gages and used the remainder for homo j to the condition of the which comforts and form Ap was more oerious than U hud evar beeu in bin short Tho Democrats were prepared to lay aside partisan views and asEUtm doing something to otay the greatest calamity thut hau over bwlalleu tho American The farmers of the hind are meeting and he that there ia danger snl trouble if not Htatvatlon The labor ers of the country were appealing to congress to stay the awful The facet of bankers and were none knowing when laws prohibiting alivn owiiersnip of land and taat congreaa take prompt action to devise some plan to obtain all lands now owned by aliens and foreign and tuat all lands now held by railroads and other corporations in excess of such while our figure is about 25 per I as are actually used and needed by tnem The Indians can sell their land to I be reclaimed by the government and whom they Tttey have u clear I held tor actual settler When I was ia in tne docttSao of rights to all and special privileges Other speeches were made and the de mands were finally adopted by a vote of Mri Wardall of Bouth Dakota moved to reconsider the vote by which the Alli ance protested against the passage of the election Hall of Missouri moved to lay the motion on the which waa agreed GG to Those etatoo against tabling tho motion were South and North There was a divided voto in West Nebraska and A resolution was passed endorsing the plan to establish postal savings Washington was abandoned HS the place for the next convention and some place iu Indiana will be The subtreasury Mil wag endorsed by la tlis of antlPainellite members houao of commons made an early appearance in the house every bauk the great cen Then everybody in I he did nut make the In it is the galleries craned their nooks and to know who Richard Vnux might be and what he had ever The only information offered from vari ous directions was to tho effect that he an aristocratic old a Democrat who wore long who waa chosen last session to fill a vacancy and defeated for reelection to the TUB PBKBIDENTS When a president haa finally commit ted his message to the joint committee from both and has gone to he probably feels very like the young author whose first book U on the While it is quite that nobody paid any attention to the reading of the message by the clerks of either the house or it has been carefully considered Hard aon may well congratulate While tbe document may fill short of expectations here and as for in stance on it may safely be termed his H9 has delighted his captured aome of the hike warm and Booms to have satisfied him self all aloajp the His temperate but in no wiao uncertain message has bean the most popular event of hie rath er uneventful while his reference to silver doea no tflbfy the western it is lieveu that he would approve any legia ou that enacted by hli Oa tho strength of indorsement tlio federal election oil took a lease ot life and the persist ency with which that fight it is largely due to the presidential The Republicans ot both houses express their imtlfsctiou with none of the half heartednesa that characterizes an appro val for policy MAJOII Ohio comes up and Maijor McKiiiley IB more than ever the idoLof her Not only do Ohio but Republicans from unanimously agree that he tariff bill had almost nothing to do with defeat ot South which Repub lican state was nearly aaid yesterday in reference to the independent move home Tho McKinley bill had nothing to do with It was the money question und railroad The people and that there ha aa increased and tbat rail road matters be adjusted on a more doubtful if tlio defeated leaders would not sooner remain at home than And hemselves reduced to the crumbs allot ed the and dominated by the MADE A noon Another man who mide nearly as good a fight as McKinley himself Evuna of They tlrst gerrymandered his district throughout bree Republican Then by aj new ballot box a poll tax a double ballot box registration law and an educational his former ma ority was reduced to against da made the fight and waa beaten by only Tbe Democratic campaign thunder in hia district was the alleged riae in price of common lamp aura 84 and structure iron for The facts were that a duty is levied upon but one make ot an organd of Belgium and taxed 60 per in stead of as Hides are leather is as it also structures Erans iu explaining to his friends thai there is nothing in tho rumor that makeo him the new ntscretary of the So it not long I went to tho interior de partment and saw the fee simple deed eranted by President Van Buren to the If we can get the Strip for twenty millions we would take it ouo these terms One million spot cash and nineteen millions in three We would bond the land for thirty yearn An evening paper quotes section 2103 revised statutes to show that the Indiana are forbidden to dispose of the land wita out the consent of the interior depart ment and the commissioner of Indian to we demand that our national legislation flhall be so framed in the fu tureas HoSio build up one industry at the expense of We further de mand a removal of the exietiug tariff ruin the neceBSltSea of lifo that tho people of our land inuet We rurthor demand a just nnd The corridors and cloak AdvlouB from Crhlim aud HAN steamship China arrived this morning from China and Japan and bringing ChmeB adyieea to and Japanese advices to Tho details of the blow ing tip on ot iho government powder mills M Tal Ping Foo are meagre but agree in stating that 800 lives were lost aad all the houses in the vicinity Fifty perfsonn are uald to have been at work in the mills at the time of tho accident and of their romaiun only two limbs have been The cauae of the explosion is One half of the city of Faction in the Anluvy IB reported destroyed by fire or igniting from another iiowdnr Several tirma at in the Japan silk have failed for nearly and n serious panic hho A bout continuing thu cayitam and ters of commerce will not In the midst of auch a condition of affairs the Democrats had hoped to join the majority in preventing the im pending but tho senator Massachuetts had continued day by day to keep hte bill before tho Con he addressing the Republi can side Lay anide this which thn country has pronounced against let and let us take up matters which ftli claeaea of citixana are iockiog otia If you do the respuuDi bility must rest with If the sena tor to from Massachuetta forces thli bill iu the Fortyone of them entered the chamber of Impeidlng ruin aid bankruptcy in R hniltr nnrt took thn TirlnolnBl TiUooo I he llttB tUO pOWW tO OUt JOU in a body aad took tUo principal places thft on the first four the gang way with a view toprevent the itea from occupying their usual Nolan and John en tered later aud contrived to socarM system of graduated tax on We believo that the money of the cotintry should bo kept much ao poualbin in tbe nunds of the ana we demand that national and state revenues shall be limited b the ez enaea of tho governmentuconomicallj nd honestly j demand the most honest and just state and national govern mental control and supervision of the meacs of public communication and trunepprtatlon and if tho control and su pervision does not remove the abuses uow we demand tha govern ment ownetsblp of such means of com munication and A spicy debate followed the introduc tion ot the Delegate Carr of North Carolina presented a of ihu National Farmers Alliance to tho cungieis of the United States with euca to the Conger lard now pend Thij memorial asks that congress Cactus coon as possible fienaKi bill known as the Paddock pure toed which wai introduced by Senutor Paddock of North trio in stance of tbe Farmers Alliance ot thut for the reasons that the dele if the said bill buooiats u tuw fourteen men ot tbe of the Jupan rooms ore merry with recouutinga of the Barnes of Georgia tells how his was accomplished by a rumor to the fleet that be lived In a painted house in THE FEDERAL ELECTION Tho federal elections fight bids fair to be the closest and prettiest ou It must necesearially bo a parliamentary The defection iu the Republican ranks dova not and senators concerned for the success of other bills will not forget that the majority are aud that tha president has spoken on The late election hag solidified the Republicans in the and the Democrats have little to hope now from the right Party pride has come to the front aad what teemed a forlorn hope at the close of the last ues Eoin now appears to be a foregone con Parnella oaot had alec been re he having at an early hour flxsd a ticket to Hoaiy inter than his Whoa he ontnred he took ParnoUs but McCarthy warned him to The party to bo in nxoolleet They cheered loudly when mi anliParnellite tdvaut ud the speakers chair and moved the ia te of a new appeal for an election in orth Kilkenney to rill the vacancy in e house caused by the death of dward Thn writ was McCarthy amid the cheering u his upportere gave notice that upon rena ambling of the house he would call at mtion to the circumstances in oonnec on with the recent arrest and prosecu on of Dillon and nod ould a resolution in relation ie moved the second reading f the Und department Irelann Healy moved to adjourn tho debate n the ground that government was rcating the house with contempt in not the provisions cf the Suboequently Healy withdrew hin motion to and substituted an speed the timo when this die WOOD becomo Ho bo Prwii if you will have U tender to you our earnest endouvcr v stay the panlo aiid save Iloar leplled to gentlomins iirnBOtited chuotrongeet possiblerouion for a speedy on the elecJioa Let it dia posed of quickly and proceed smmcdlatiii ly to tho question ot reHeving the pres ent fioancial Gray considered Hoara very remarkable All Gorman had aakecl was to intermit the couxidera tioa of lull which sought to chaneu eso truiningship Monjn curuized cfl the const of Japan leceutly aaa ull drowned but A llireateuod UpriMnxr ar sivsd here this afternoon bringing tho intelligence of a threatened uprising among the uncivilized tribes west of the Oklahoma These tribes consist of the Arrapahoea and Governor Steele at once trans milled a message to the legislature ask ing immediate action by which citizens can organize themeelvea into militia companiea for their Tho couriers Eay that the state of wan occasioned by rumors from the Sioux Ghost dances ara car tied on to an 8arming extent and thu attitude of She Indians toward the whites ia of a moat threatening Newt watt received from the several tribes east of thin city whiejbindicRtpfitbn rrsza in that section has about 11 prevents adulteration und ol preparations ami The memorial continues Whila priy kg tot tho passage of the Paddock pure food bill an a measure of justice to a our we desire to moat earnestly and emphatically protest against the passage of house bill known as the Conger lard for the reason that it proposes to extend the taxing power of tho government andincrsaei the list of which taxes when are tho on beet fat and IB a tax o cattle raisers ot the west The wisdom of the copyright bill must j prove ireelf by It had good friends aud vigorous among which A Ulacovory of 8 Hill re city yesterday with hto Peteia who pronounces it a per nicious piece of THE With no record to speak Baby Mc Kee became and singularly The party that aucuesoj by their very the eocka tiilly meets these whether Repubi Of Slmpaoa hive had a national air Democratic or is go ing to win in the I have ho tear of the When time enough j haa been given to teat the MoKialey bill and shopkeepers quit their lying about fc the advance on free list all raa sonable people will bo CAUSES OF RBPtTBLtCAS Said one of wagon half loaded apeclmeno of coal found in thta The lonnatlon clearly shown that not oaly coal but coal oil The captain refuees to otate jut where be secured tbA but it ia underetood that the discovery was macle not for from Had it not been for that gentle mans bosatfcd disregard of such minor j acceBeoriaa of tbe 1m might have come unheralded aud spent hia congress ional termwithout distinction of any As it U the greatest legislative body on earth U profoundly agitated over the addition of untrmmraeled NEW Oush dealers in batten tailed to Weathar until Kansat Warmer fair southerly anicltH upon at a tina tendeucj is toward reduced and tho demand la Ui iog made for the removal of taxes from articles of necessity anl daily use upon the The Conger lard bill pro poses to place tuxes on the manufactur of compound lard and prohibitory re on the sale of the A tax on compound Hrd is a tax on the cotton eeed oil raised by the cotton planters a the A tax on compound lard is tax the The Cougar bill Uxei cotton oil an lieef fat In order to enhance the price o hoga It arrays the farmers of th north against the cotton planter of th south and tha cattle rcipeia of tho wes U is sectional legislation and therefor the ind UBtrial movement declares its ope and unceasing hostility to Iu thn cf the near future which will be declare by ua against sectionalism the farms find hU friends will be thn citadel sroun which thn heaviest battles are to b We ute sot content ia timpl thaklng bands aftroea a blocdy chaen urwork ia to fill up and We are many bu tuaastho Bectlonaliem muit no did fihall not our banne vrltten above and below the th iheaf and the cottpn a new rorn of a new Fraternily w Xn thie ipiijt the Conger IU Mil met with tha opposition of th fsrmen both north and Some abort ipeechea followed the In and pay a hundred yearn some attention to the mendment calling for the rejection ofj he land department Thin ho bill passed ita second reading by a Dte of 101 to Parnell entered tho hoiice just bo ore tho He took a aebt to McCarthy and as did all tha Irish membars of both sections the oerlotis condition of the best Interests of the Did tbo senator from oaoliusetts nuppoee they would default in the duty of debate u pon a measure which affected both the business iaWrestB ct the country and the Integrity of iu insti tutions He wanted it undentood that the Democrats were not responsible for the iialuslon of other Gray concluded bin argumept against and Sherman re him thuVthe choice of presiden tial electors teed not be made at popular aud that should llonds Ilnu 3 amount fi 4 per bonds accepted today under the circular of wse tor which a disbursement of about f n money will be made The aecrntary of the treasury snlil this afternoon that in view of all the conditions he would ac cept additions offero ot fours rt a reason able price of a sufficient amount to make the total purchase for which he said the expenditure will ba nearly Tbe secretary aaid further that It was manifestly impotcible under existing Rondltigcs for him to use the fractional now in the treasury In the pur chase of for the reason that it would at once bo returned to him in ex change for and then leave him with n deficiency inatead of sur There ia now about 000 of fractional currency in tbo of which all but lain silver halt Aa it ia legal lender to thn amount of it is not re garded as a part ot tha available caoh Thft Beorefary said he would like very much to Rflt it into circulation but that he certainly should not do so at the expense of hla limited available eur bill pasn eomo alatfia would appoint elect ors in another Gray replied that be did not want the present system After in executive cession tbo couata THE bill certain prlviiegcn so to to Baltimore and Potomac railroad in th city or iVtuuhtngtOD was taken The bill passed without Tomorrow was acts hiiide lor the con of publo builulcp which have aeon favorably reported by he committee o the McKinley repotted from the waye I23BD8 und the house lassed the bill providing ior a rebate ou obncco in Mock equal to tho reduction ttado in the internal isvcuuo tax the Mt tariff be a Frlmn psent is puollihod here that Clstence United Btateo M baa wndered hit iMignatloa in to accept the appointment of prime rainUter ot the Oorean goTernment Hojra r 31and of Misaouri today introduced authorizing the of the ttaaeury to prepare a new aeries of legal tender notes of when the ordinary revenues of tho governraunt are not sufflcientto meet ita f be ia to pay outin sufficient sums to meat demands and A Vcnerabla Vltlien McLsana doath ut 10 oclock this as k result at gcuorai de Ho was 71 Bid wi and bis proprietor of the Cinclnrnti warnftt hU bwl as were otters of his OBrleu to OBrien sant a ceble dispstch to Parutll tcdsy to him to suggwt by which migal fa 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