Hutchinson News, December 10, 1890

Hutchinson News

December 10, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HUTCHINSQN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER Testordays Proceedings in Both Brauohos of Senator Plumb Favors Laying the Election Bill to Hasten More Important Legislation o Compound Idard BlllnBeported liy the Senate Committee oh Agriculture of the Canal Coji Army Appropriations A Now Apportionment Approved hv the President Pottmuter Wheat Soe Ixtteiy Circular An Oleomargarine Other Mat Plumb in 1 troduced a bill to reduce the amount of United States bonds to be required of national and to replace their sur rendered and to provide for the free coinage of Ho also offered an amendment in the same terms to a bill now on the so the matter can be brought before the senate inde pendently of any report from the finance to which tha bill was He gave notice that he would move bill the lay aside the it would interfere with measure relating to thefinancial condi tion of the he ought to be Congress had on it u miles ot the acqueduct Ten miles ot bave been Satisfactory progress has been made on the brakewater aud the harbor of San Juan Del Norte is bomg There have been subscribed shares of stock and in cash paid The liabilities of the company consist of the amounts still due under the concession granted aud of and cash liabilities outstanding and unpaid to an amount not exceeding KRnum have been issued to Kansans as follows Keighley Silvester Chetopa Madi Galena National Mill tary Home Jacob Columbus Andrew National Military Home George Topeka John National Military Home Jacob Ness City John Bra Pleasanton George Miller Alden Madison Haxford Sidney Mound City William Independence Henry Lacey Hodgeman Jsmes Hutch inson William Ellsworth Moline Lewis B Ooncordia William Parsons Eri Ohau tauqua Springs Ole Eureka Joseph Baldwin James True Toronto James Centra Ha Peter alias Peter Baker responsibility in his it could not avoid for any groat period of time without letting go Dy a very great opportunity for helping the and one In hie would not occur again in a very great many If sometning was not done witbin two or three weeks it might as well post poned McPaorsoa offered a Which was agreed c tiling on the sec retary of the treasury for a certified copy of the accounts ot John su pervisor of elections of the southern dis trict of York for the 1888 and together with re The resolution heretofore offered by Jones of calling on the at torney general for a statement of monies paid or cillod for by the of the First and Second congressional dis tricts of in connection with the late election there was taken up and agreed to after a statement of Jones that he had seen a paragraph In a Little H ck newspaper to the effect that John the had pra sented an account for Quay offered a which was referred to the committee of the for amendment ot the tariff bill ad subjoct of cordage and election bill was then taken Atchison Joshua Crestime Ben jamin Roland T Clay Center Ar gonin Richard Zlonville Johi Rice James Hayes Pleasant Joseph Rowland Greeley Marys Bsnja mia Media Fleming Wellington Me Columbus Severance Joseph 0 James loitjSamuel Troy Charles Fortes Edwaro M Mexican lottery is stated at the poBlofflcB department that the maila sent from Mexico into the United States have recently been burdened with the cir culars of the Mexican lotteries enclosed in sealed the corners of which j were clipped and postage thereon at the rate of one which wan permissible under the Mexican postal Under tha laws of the United States the en closure of such circulars in a sealed en velope would require them to be held for poatiigo and refused admission to the maila ns printed The postmaster general has been iu correspondence with the directorgeneral of posts of Mexico lacing of the final parenthesis by which he words composed in whole or input f istle or tumpico sissal raes or sunn were included in the pa The f fleet of the error was 36riuty on all twines other than binding wine was rlspd at oue and a half cents jnr while intention was to imitthe f0 the fibres nbove speci A similar bill was introduced In the louse to A Republican Senatorial Republican caucus committee appointed to frame a cloture rule for the senate was in session for an hour or more discussing varljus forms of No posi ive conclusion was but it was indicated that a report would be ready or the consideration of the caucus within a few Anetfecr BlsnJ 9 bill was in troduced today by Representative Bland of Missouri providing that the tax of 2 per awetotore impcsad on the clr sulating notes of state banks and all pro visions of the law preventing or restrict ing the issuing of circulating notes by the authority of the states are hereby re To Bny Seeds fur Dec U Pad dock today introduced a proposed amendment to tbe agricultural appropri ation bill making an appropriation of for tho distrlhu tion of seeds to persons in Knnans who suffered lasp by drouth during tho past GENERAL Annual Report of tho Santa Fe i Railway The ct Earnings for the Tear Knd Ing Jnne Were A of BuMueia Incident to tho Do olini of tho Boom In California Steeling of tho Federation of Tho National Board of thebonds In the National Board of to unite in urging tbe state legis latures to take early action on the sub ject of stato exhibits at tho worlds A resolution condeming the uniform bill of lading was A ab net Meeting session of the CBbinet the financial situation Was the principal question The president and others expressed their sat isfaction at the success of Secretary dfims efforts toward relievlngthe money Approved by tbft president has approved ths joint resolution au bfor izlng tbe secretary of war to issue of arms to each nf tlie states of AdTlcod From the Indian and annual report of the railroad directors for the iding June is made to cluijjb the operations of the company for thenx months January to between the the close of the forffieir fiscal year ended December and the beginning of the newfiscal J uly and new comparisons prepared and are shown hera that there occurs no break In the report to the stockholders of the affairs of ttr givinn in detail u report of the Agsmattons during the the re Tae result to our company he foregoing bus proven satisfactory Aery and the completion of ID no w in progress looking to the same will demonstrate the wisdom of toe policy Ehe report when your board as sumed the dictation ot your companys affairs there miles of railroad linei wnlch bad betiu within a short period o time openedfor but has no bain in many instances tu safe This mileage from its incomplete state was expensive to oper ate and its local traffic almost wholly un In bringing up the road bee and tracks of these lines to a standard essential to a proper return from opera lions and to a condition consistent witl your directors foUiid necessary to make reasonably larg These extraordinary re North nnS South Montana and and Birry adireesed the sonata m on this and It has been agreed to T 1 tmtftrytirt tVlttlll op that the At tho close of BarryV speech lonKer in referred to ailsor a NI4OMJA Autlbn of the Water Slowly OuUlUKAway the t NBW Tliit the Niagara falls are receding at the rate of more thtm two oacU is the most sig nificant and Interesting fact brought cut at yesterdays mealing of the commie siocora oi tha state reservation of Niag Tlie comminstouers met in the morning at the Park 214 Broad and outniae ot amount PLUMBS A Youthfal Murderer on trial of Charles ths 15 yearold boy who murdered the young Joe Fish augh and E in a box car near ere on September is on in the die riot Bo far testimony corrobora ive cf the boya confession to the double murder is all the evidence ie shot the two men while they One died and the other lived everal hours with a terrible wound in his ight His court demeanor is LUlte He is a being with no dea of moral His mother died arbenJxB wan sad his a ca suicided nine years Che boy was sent to an orphans when he was jound over to a farmer in and next to a farmer in Kan He proved utterly tinning away at every There is DO claim that ho is The lan of counsel IB to allow a ind then move for a The court room is Among the spectators are the father and mother of one of the young men Gold Coming From NEW gold will start from Europe this week for New Nearly all of this will come by the steamship which sails This god will tend very strongly to relieve the money strin gency in this the extent of which was shown yesterday when the rate of money advanced to onefourth per and interest for no appar ent part cause except fear It on the is stated A Remedy for the Present Finan cial United States Notes to be Issued In Lieu of the Retired Hunk The Secretary at tha Trommry to tie Di rected to rurcliMe All the Silver Bol lloo Offered at the Market Hot to Exceed for 371 aud to lone Tremtjry Hotel In Payment A New Coinage Sohemo bill in troduced in the senate Plumb relative to national bank deposits and silver provides in brief as That the compulsory require ment of deposits of United States bonds with tbe treasury by national banks snail be limited in amount to for each This Is not to apply to deposits of bonds to secure public That United States notes shall be issued equal in amount to the national bank notes re tired since 1883 and hereafter That the present silver coinage law shall be amended so as to direct the secretary of the treasury to purchase all the silver bullion offered the market not to exceed for grains of pure and issue treasury notes in pay When tut price Is for six months iu excess of the above purchases are to be suspended and coinage is to bo thebullion owner being privileged to receive standard dollars or treasury notes at his own No more cer tificates are to be aud those in UBO are to be replaced with treasury When the mints of and Italy are opened to tree silver coinage at properly provided for from the revenues ot me company in operating were covered by the provision for the A Bold specific purpose in the plan of reorgani z uioa on the traffic on lines of your sys tern bat beeu having and has callud for more equipments than xhe company Provision ior additional cars and engines bave been umdo siuce the close of tho in Wall to owing to the ex treme ease of money in London thB Bank of England Is raitling to loan gold in the settlement of her trade bal Consf quently little fear is enter tained that the oanka discount rates will be advanced is cohsequoncs of thuse to ratio one of ounces ounco of the silver preai from the fluanca re ported back the house bill the rayineutof a drawback or rebate in certain cases o cancel the enrollment of tha tariff and asked unanimous consent to bave it but Plumb objacted and the bill was placed on tbe The debate on tbe election bill was re sumed and Daniel addressed the senate in opposition to At the cluslon of D Intels speech George obtained the and after a short exec utive the senate THE of the resolution looking to the removal of Grams remains from New York was After a long debate the resolution was defeatud 92 to Tlie house then proceeded under the special order to the disposition of public building measures previously reported from the committee of the for tha erection of twentythree public buildings were with a limitation cost of For the building at Kansas was appropriated The other buildings are to bo erected in Bouth Dakota and Louisiana Tho house then Two Compound Lard bills im posing a tax upon compound lard wen coday reported without recommendation by Sanator Paddock from the committee on One Ot them is the bill that passed the house last and the other is the bill introduced in the senate last January by Senator which has never been reported by the Both bills are similar in and provide for the imposition of a tax upon and the regulation of the manufacture of compound The bills were reported without recommendation in order to avoid re opening the contra versy of the lastcesslonandthehearingof arguments which would necessarily have greatly delayed any action upon them by the It is understood tbatsome features of the houoebUl were objected to by govern senators but rather than consider the bill section by section In the it was deamed best to report them to thfl senate at leaving the objectionable points to be considered when the bills come up in the senate for rod to addresses in this Poatmacter Wheatn Rapubli can members of the house held a short after to select a lostmaster to succeed Wheat of Carter of Montana secured 78 votes for his James Hathaway of against 89 for the other four Hosmer of at present assistant Reed of amd Barns and Ralph of Illi nois Xhe The Maratime company of Nicaragua has filed its annual report with the secretary of the During the past says the the Ban Quanilla the San and other atreanu have been made ready for dredg About cubic yards of the canal bave been excavated and Hathaway U a native of He enlisted iu the 105th Ohio in 1862 and was permanently disabled by a wound at He removed to Mon tana at the close of the and has lived there ever He has held sev eral federal and county offices and is at present secretary of the Republican state Apportionment chairman of the house committee on the eleventh Introduced injhe house today a bill making au apportionment of representatives inoongress among the several The bill provides thai after the third day of the house shall be composed of 358 members The representation of some of the states is increased an follows Alabama Ar kansas California Colorado 1 Gsorgia Illinois Kansas Maasa chueetts Michigan Minnesota Mis souri Nebraska New Jersey Penn sylvania Tennessee Texas Wash ington Wisconsin The representa Ion from the other states will remain un An Oleomargarine Hig from the committee on agriculture and today reported favorabl the bill subjecting oleomargarine to th provisions of the laws cf the seveia The bill promises tbat no fitat shall be held limited in its powers to pro ilbit the sale or tax of oleomargarine tc 30 delivered within its own limits for the reason that It has been imported from eome other The Army Appropriation house com mittee on military affairs today com pleted consideration of the army appro priation bill for the next fiscal As agreed upon U appropriates being more than the appropria tion for the current To Correct tbe Tariff resolution of nru dscal Referring to the statistics illustrating the bourcBB ol revenue of your property dunug the iUcal year satiBtaotory returns notably from from wjjki tlie best results the rtgurea showing an twelve months of The aeorease in the absence of the president Andrew Greuii later in the Others iresent were John of Lock iort Daniel of Utica Henry secretary aud treasurer superintendent of the reserva ion and John state engineer and State Engineer Bagarts report showed hat since the year 1842 tbe total mean ecession of the Horse Shoe fall had been 04 feet 0 inches a year and a ruction Bogtrt also made a tatement an to tbe tffoct which the di version ot water from tbe Niagara river hrough the tunnel lately projected have upon the volume passing over the American Tne point of U version is 136 miles above the It s estimated tbat about cubic feet f water pass over the falls every As tbe capacity of the tunnel is feet in every 8 feet of there will be a deduction of 13 inches if the tunnel runs or less than half an inch for every This shows that the tunnel would have no appreciable effect upon tbe volume of water passing over tbe uuporintandent Welch estimated that was needed for permanent im of revenue from and puuaangttr express traffic or which was felt most during the fiscal It is proper to add that a different result should be bad during the current as the speculative features in cident to the settlement of a new section of country has disappeared and a solid basis for continued growth In the future in southern California has been which is already attested by increased passenger revenue since on the divisions of your property directly During the year the physical condi tion of your property hag been con stantly improved and the expenditures or have Increased over the previous that the excellent stand ard of the lines should be The total operated mileage la The Zrosn earnings were of which was for the jonBtruction of roads oil Bath and Goat The treasurers repori that during the flccal year and ending the re bold robbery is reported from Red Kiver It seems that four farmers Hving ic the southwestern of the oouaty went to Olarksville with and weie on their way About ma miles from vn they stopped lit a creek bottom for aomo whan a man on horseback suddenly appeared from a and covered them with a revolver and or dered them their One of tha men managed to drop htspbckeV book containing into tho creek und wed His companions lost about The robber is supposed to be tbe an who held up a party of five men at one time near Now Boston re and two men In this Working for Parnell Withdrawal antiParnell section of the Irish party met today and discussed tbe terms of its proposed man Nothing definite was Chairman McCarthy read a cablegram from the American which was as follows Cordial sympathy with your resolutions regarding the methods for the immediate Owing to impossibil ity of adequate discussion by we desire to leave the as hith to We are cooperating by tbe methods we believe best to secure Par nails withdrawal and the reuniohof the by shall prohibit the further coinage of the standard 413K grain dollar received deposits of silver ullion for coinage at the rate of one dollar for 860 grains pure the coin or treasury notes therefor to be Issued within one year after tho Tho now dollar is to contain 400 grains of standard be a full legal tender and they are to be coined at the ratn of not less than two and a half mUliono monthly until three hundred millions are when the coinage is to continued at tho discretion of the secretary of the tronsuvy tho preient stand ard dollar and bullion on hand at the discretion of the He may aUo cause standard silver bars to bo paid in redemption of United States treasury notes at the rate oj for 400 The amendment proposed by Plumb which is the In terms a the bill above was offered in linu of all after the enacting clause of tbfi Pad dack bill now on the senato ctsldrinM to amend the statute BO aa to provide fojt national banks with n lees capita than 884 net cniptB WPTP tures and xpendit offered by Quay today for the amendment ot the tariff bill on the sub ject of cordage is intended to correct a typographical error consisting of the mis The Irlik NEW OBrieu gave to the press today the cablegrams which passed between him and Parnell re The text of the telegrams shows that Parnell misinterpreted OBriens asking if some plan could not be devised to save home OBrien gave the resolutions to the press to show that he was not supporting as has been OBrien and Gill sail for on Saturday to consult with the The others of the Irish delegation remain Charitable Action of Knutiaa KANSAS A dispatch from TopekssaysrA messing of Kansas rail road men occurred here at which it was decided to transport free of charge all contribntions to the destitute farmers in western and northwestern Considerable destitution exists in those portions of the but not enough to require the solicitation of aid of the The Worlda Colombian 9 Mayor Cregier baa signed the ordinance giving to the WorliVa Columbian and it will to morrow be paced in the bands of President Harrison who on then is sue his proclamation to the The statement of the Louis and San Francifco for the year ending June shows the total in operating nut earn Federation u Federa tion of Libor assembled this mowing at 9 It was stated that a conven tion of the retail clejUa of the United States und tho Waiters aud Bar Tenders Union had been The an nouncements were received with ap Thereport of the auditing com mittee was then adopted Among the resolutions submitted was one that each national or be assoEeed 10 cents per quarter tj form a strike fund from whica all uien on strikes are to receive per He ferredto the committeeon A long line of resolutions was among them a resolution to take the tele graphs out of the hands of monopolists and place them in tbe bands of the gov This resolution was loudly A resolution to provide for a preven tion of the aggressions of the Knights of cieated sympathetic It was The report of the committee on the ad mission of of tie New York Cen tral Labor was unfavorable Bumssios to thseonvsnUon because his organization did not bold a charter from the The National Board of Trade NEW National Board of resumed ite sesiiou at 10 oclock this Woddell of The Work of tho Crow FORT drjBTBiL The work of the Crow commission was suc cessfully concluded at the Crow agency the Indians celling to the gov ernment nearly acres of the western side of their consid eration The Crows are quiet and take no interest In themesslab YoungManAfraid with forty camped near the agency are They will probably lia taken back to the SUOOIS MINO Tbo Italian Retalnn Ills Nerve Greatly NEW painful weakness the clambered out of bed and ascended the He weighed 111 pounds and anounce a loss of only two since With a gruesome twitch of the expres sive mouth Succi fidld be would lose more for a blR dclnk of water was inside and tbat made him In the thirtytwo and half days he had consumed thirtysix pounds one ounce of his own As he stood on the scales he looked like si living The joints at knee and elbow looked and his shoulders were almost without cov ering of while bis collarbone stood a cadaverous from shoulder to There were depressions there tbat might hold half a goblet of Tha cords and veins A Fool and His May a Chicago and Eastern Illinois is one of the latest to find out hat the gun was Last evening he was among the guests at Coopers Seeing the family ehogun stand ibg in the Mayfield picked it up and aimed it at the head of Miss Mertie Before pulling the he concluded to lower itallttle te flhargA antored the young ladys which rendered amputation neces in bis neck stood and the blazed but out like whip great dark eyta in their sunken Murder Hoit Arkansas presented a resolution deoKr ing the Improvement of the Mississippi river and its delta to be the proper work of the national Tae resolu The Chicago resolution icalling upon congress to make the Interstate commerce law effective was A resolution was also adopted pledging Joseph Brown and his step daughter were mur dered last night in tbe most brutal man Brown lived with his step daughter in a small cabin four miles from Dough Lsst sight enknown parties called him to the Joor and fired upon lim with a The ball struck lira in tbe passed through his body and struck his step who was standing behind in the killing both There is no Clark General president of tho Union the appointment of Clark as gener al manager of that in placa of W nouncee tbe appointment of Hoi comb as assistant general with headquarters at But the muscles on either side of the neck vertebra are and indicating that Huccis vitality is still Bucci has Incorporated domes tic seltzers into his dally He scorns the but placing the tube of a syohon to his lips he tqulrts the nasty stuff down bis throat with much As be swallows vlohy his throat swells and his Adams apple travels up and down under bis chin in a way remindful of the walking beam of a Conny island steamboat PHrneH to Parnell started for Dublin this A large crowd of residents of this bad assembled at station and on the ap pearance of their leader cheered Parnell entered 6 car and from a window addressed his A number of the McCarthy faction of the parliament party were oil the same Balloting tot Deci first ballot tor senator in the assembly today was as follows Irby Donaldson Hampton Tillmnu Hemp hill Keith Irby Alliance lacks 13 votes to Gold Coming to lo the amount of was withdrawn from the Bank of England today for ship ment to Banir and for shipmout to New Weather ForecMt until 8 Kansas Warmer toutherly except In western ond central portions stationary ;

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