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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 12, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Yesterdays Proceedings In Both Branches of The Senate Continues Debate on the Federal Election Bill Wltliont Decisive FRIDAY DECEMBER contractors for services rendorad during tho war iu the southern Tho auditor say B that confederate rec ords havj been offered htm recently by a firm of Bttoraeyn in this a partial examination of which shows that double payments have been made in many The price asked for these records Mattcra Conaldared In the An Addrem Igmied by the National Executive Hllror Apneal Inic ti Ooneresi to Bettore Sliver to lti Unlimited Use ConHrmn Plumbs resolution for dally meetings at 10 oclock a and for a recess from to 8 taken upj Morgan and Reagan argued ftgainstthe Horgan notice that if the Re uhUcane were to extend tlie hours of Bitting he would insist upon their being present when speeches were being made iu opposition to the election He would rise to a point of no quo riim unless the Republicans were prevent In Blair suggested that it the Demo crats wanted to be heard they should make their speeches more Instead of resorting to physical powero of he suggested that the should nive an exhibit of their intellectual if they had The reason why he had had audiences when he spoke was because what he had to say said with rhetorical power and would go into history with the speeches of De Cloerp and The resolution ought not to The thing to be done wasto change the rule so as to make the Democrats do business in stead of Harris and Vest opposed the which finally went over until he may seem but he questions the advisability of appropri ating money to pay claimants for this class unless these records as he has ho doubt the great bulk of these claims has been paid by the so called confederate government and many by the United States A BRUTAL Tho Treatment of One of Bis Wal whito manfrom is at the Emergency hospital in this city suffering from alleged cruel treatment oa board sa oyster Wallace relates a horrible He says that a man who gave the name of Botball mat him in Balti more several weeks ago and secured him a position on an oyster The night the boat left Baltimore Wallace re fused to perform somo menial and the captain of the according to his knocked him down Hid kiokedblm in the face until ho la cull ing oysters Wallaces hands were fright fully lucnrated and gangrene Be cause he could not work on account of the condition of his hands the captain ordered Wallace tied and had one of the crew administer twenty lashes on bia Wallace bled freely and finally He was restored to conscious ness by having a bucket full of ualt water thrown over Wallace became so ill that he was put He will go to Baltimore and prosecute the Pension ol chairman of house committee on THEFUN IS Thero Will be Developments in the Oklahoma liroirn of Logan Wilt Keclte First Chapter of Scnudnl tinor ICoiBl alteration7 of the election bill wao Wilson cf Iowa spoke in favor of its Frye said tho bill was not one tenth string nor drastic enough itt its He was in favor of putting bayonet behind every if that WHS necessary to secure the casting and houee counting of the ballots of the ApplausB and hisses frnm the After further debate the senate went into executive session and soon aJ journed tae nvorn injj house passed a bill provid ing a rienalty for tho alteration of any returns or ballot cast for representative or delegate in The house went luto committee of the whole on bills reported from the public anji after having laid aside as unfinished business th hill amending he antipolygamy law by placing the confiscated lands of the Mormon church n the common school fund of The bill was called up to indemnify purchasers of swamp land and reimburse ho several states for lands due them un der the swamp land The committee rose to cloie the debate on the Holman raised the noint of no and the house ad For Free WASHINGTON national executive silver committee today iisued an aedress to It states that be lieving the money stringency to be due if not to the attempt to do the worlds growing business on the narrowing basis oC gold as the single money The commute ap peals to congress to restore sil invalid to received a com municatlon from Commander iu which states that ho had con eluded examining claims recordec December 6 under the new Then he invalid claims 05 He Will Yentllatn a terlea of and Bribery That Hare Been Vnwtloed Them It Will no Burnrlfte In an They onrtalulr till Kotbe Outtlilaof Okla a result of yesterdays disgraceful low in the notice was served to day by Mr Jrown of Logan that tomorrow morn ug he would recito tfle first chapter ol tba serieo of frauds practiced since the beginning of the legislative He to Rive names of members who iave accepted bribes in various amounts n consideration of which they oast tneir votes for tao Kingfisher capital bill These disclosures will he no surprise to tbo public which ia prepared fo anything at the hands of its legislutiv o search for All that day the four wandered from store to store in search of tho but failed to find tho slightest claw to ills whereabouts The next day the search waa renewed wiui the same Ttiat the money of tbo woman having been the family was obliged to go o bed The cries of the children caused the mother the next day to retort to her but id her surprise she found it her husband having carried eft her lew valuable in his hear ing of the state of willingly sup plied the necessary and the search for the minaing ono was renewed but to no Since thattime the woman has been sopporting herself and children by taking in List Monday ehe re coived a f rom her It was written in Chicagoand informed her that she and the children would never seehim as he was tired of supporting Ho was going to Ger In her distress tho mother de termined to have him No war rant as been The police are also an ho has loft Chicago and his present whereabouts are un Ho is about 40 yearn of and by occupation an When lait seen he wore a dark brown suit and His hair is as are nbo his eyes and He is about live feet ten inches in and weighs 170 A SO Kojnrsot Ballluetou Must Kx jiluin a Faw weeks ago Euclid pastor of the First Baptist church in this was publicly vindicated from various serious charge preferred by iu at which place Rogers wag pastor previous to bis coming to This vindication was tele graphed to Pennsylvania and other pla ces ana finally reached the notice of the Franklin whereupon the Franklin Baptist people mat In session and unanimously adopted a series of resolutions disclaiming that Rogers had been vindicated in tho light of known and reciting at great length reasons why he had been dismissed and his name 833 original widow and 5 flom their The resolutions claims by other Morrill regards this statement as an evidence that the expenditures or pensions under the new act will be much Ices than was and that there will be a considerable saving to the gov ernmant from thn fact that arrears cannot bo collected en applications for pensions flleil the new Animal anuual re port of Ihii bureau of animal industry says thnt with the ultimate object ia view of dissovering Bomo method of prevent bureau has dis covered a drug which has the power of conferring immunity from hog Confirmed by tlio Romualdo miniiHer to tbe Central American A secretary of the legation t3 I were forwarded to the church They are long and are duly signed and witnessed und oworn to before a notary Among tho statements made aie that while living with hio made an engagement to marry a pretty young lady of his and then sought tnrough cruelty towards tm wile to get u The words of tbe j udge in reviewing the cate are uud after looMug over me evidence II toe testimony IB to be believed and being it must be pre sumed to bo true the only wonder is WANTS BIS Futllo Search nf a Father for If In Child and Her Blcamonti months tbefash onable music teacher created a sensation by eloping with Miss one of the prettiest girls of tho Her lather has uat returned from where he has been for the last week ssrching for his While there 10 learned the following facts in regard to tiis soninlaw At thenge of 19 Faustre married a Miss Bchteuberger of Af ter they Were married they left Tfiomas and went back into the Interior where ha taught a class of One day Fauetre failed to show and it was found that he had run ofl with Flor ence one of his music Taey went to where they were From there they went to where Ftmatre changed his name from Edward Foster to Edward They lived in Peru tor some time but finally becoming alarmed they loft and went to where deserted cha and came to where he met aid wedded Miss Knight lets here several Ho Vlsita Oork and Addresses an Enthusiastic His Receptions In tbe Towns Along the Kouto Vary In Their United Ireland Again eeltitd by a Mob Beaded by Parnell HlnweUThe Irish Mnvof In America Issue Another Faith in and Condemnlnc ttCoarse at Parnelltlie LlberalUnlonlit Auto ifatlon of Bnglnnd Charge Both Fac tionsof the Irish Party With Insin NEW YOHK representative of the Associated Press interviewed OBrien today with reference to the seizure of United the and the recapture in his and the subsequent recapture by OBrien said it was a painful sub He Bald no abusive attack upon PttrueU hud been contemplated by the paper unless his orders had been He had cabled Donnelly to hand over the paper to Parnell if the party de cided in Parnells If the party de cided agunst then no one was to be allowed to and no attacks were to be made upon any Donnelly cabled book that the would be OBrien then cabled the acting to see that no attacks on Parnell and to sup press the Two of Parnelle supporters later cabled OBrien to come to Paris and to direct United Ireland other It states that five ago a home rule victory at the next gen eral election was almost Alt that was needed was to secure the neces sary funds to preserve tho evicted ante from and keep the or ganization The were rapidly supplying this of the ruin of their Are u matter for consideration by every true Parnell aayi the treachery 61 Gladstone and the corruption of the Irlib party are tho The manifesto argues that neither of these wu while declaring that Parnell him self was the only cause of tho prewnt of the manifesto appeal to the Irish people to sustain tbe major and save home They pledge to abide by the de cision of the Captnred Unlttil headed crowd of his today and capt United the Parnell and OConnor broke down the doors of the office with orow Parnell has ordered that the abuse shall bo abstained from in the columns of the Wnloomn at reception here was similar to that accorded him in He was enthusiastically wel comed by an enormous Will Not edi tion of United Ireland is being printed in the ofiloe of Sullivans the Without has answered neutral that he would ver to unlimited uee as with all rights of coinage and legal lender pos sessed b Attempts to relieve the preReat soys the by increasing the value of credit currency oflord but temporary The supply of gold is constantly diminishing while the population Is con Jiautly and tho business of the world constantlv expanding a recur rence of the present conditions must What is needed is a broader basis of constant and adequate In sup To secure this bimetalism must be reestablished aud the single gold stand ard The Address is signed by Alfred Warner and Francis Morrill of Kansas was authorized to report favorably a bill to subject tional banks and United Btates treasury notes to state In his report on bouse Mornll says the committee fails to see good reason why one form of currency should be exempt from taxation while another ia SOME MORK Mexico Levies a Prohibitive Duty on Imported BAM is learned through railroad circles here that the extensive shops of the Mexican Na tional railroad erected at at an enormous expense Will Boon be forced to bo abandoned and reestablished on tho Mexican side of the Rio The Mexican congress now in session has enacted stringent reg ulations intended to bring about such a The custom lawn of that coun try have been so amended as to levy a heavy import duty on all new railroad cars brought into and the duty on all cars bo it only new let tering and is the same as on those just turned out of the This new law will necessitate the immediate removal of the Mexican JSationol shopa to some point in extriling heavy cost on the company and striking a death blow to one of the most nourishing man ufacturing industries in Referring tothis matter a prominent railway official fresh from the City of said that he hod learned from bigh authority that the Mexicans were noc pursuing a retaliatory so much as one of Sometime he Sils an American with large interest in visited on an invita tlon from Secretary who desired to consult with him concerning the culti vation of more cordial commercial rela tions between Mexico andthe U sited Billebee told Blame some that such a long continued series nf bru talities and indignities could occur in a civilized These and many other things the resolutions Rogers claims a certain millionaire iu Frauhlin ia persecuting him and IB the author of all these and be claims to be innocent of every A further investigation is being field and the local congregation is considerably divided in the a large number of influential members having wholly withdrawn from the church on Koeera If the matter is a conspiracy against it is a notable fact that the entire city of is en gaged in as the city has been Hooded papers and letters against him and none have been received favorable to HUNTING FOll Dome g of the situation said the circulating medium was too small and lack of confidence was another cause for the strained condition of People wero alarmed but the alarm was juet as effective in causing a crisis as if Rood cauao for it actually ex It lllitht Fay Uncle 8aui to Buy a Fnw of postmas ter general transmitted to the senate to day a copy of a letter of the auditor for his department in further response to a resolution of the senate inquiring wheth er there are records of gocalled con federate government in the possession of private parties which would be of value to the government in protecting it against frauds 5n eoaswsttott wjtlv claims ol mail thing new and It was that tfce finances of Mexico are at a very low Costly extensive harbor im neavy subventions to rail way companies and other looking to internal mis big have conspired to tax the revenues of the gov ernment beyond their In con of this President Diaz is ham pered by a depleted and is compelled to lay heavy import duties on goods from all countries but for Mexico would months ago have been in sorer financial distress tiian even the Argentine A Clew Dfeoovered In the utterrllte Oat Train last mous Missouri Pacific train at occurred nearly four months ago and the mystery surrounding it hai never been cleared Hines and two of the are now in the Cooper county jail under indictment for alleged participation in tbo the other WUB Notwithstanding these there has evar since the a lingering suspicion that if not the guilty parties were from iHteiville The detectives for a while worked upon this but without Today who travels for the Midland Tobacco Kansas in formed Superintendent Clark that whiie at Pilot Grove yesterday he engaged in conversation with James a reliable buslneea man of that and that McUorraick had been informed the day before by a responsible citizen residing near 0 that early on the morning of tho robbery he saw three of his neighbors dash by his house in a sweeping gillop from the direction of tbe Otteiville and that he has ever since believed tbe sunrise riders were three of the bold superintend ent Clark has placed Detective De Long ou tbe case and a thorough investigation will days ago with taa intention of visiting FduBtrtM who live at aoharc distance from with the hope of hearing something as to the whereabouts of his While stopping at a hotel in Fmgal he inquired if the lived and waa informed that they and young Faus tro was there with bis new Knight immediately got out a warrant for his charging him with and placing the warrant in the hands of two officers they visited the but some one had posted Faustre that they were after BO he and his wife made their Upon Knights return here a young lady was found who has kept up a regular correspondence with them since they left and upon find ing Pauatre to be such a raacal she told all she knew of their Knight then telegraphed to thn authori ties at Fiogal to arrest but up to this received no Wrapping Paper manufacturers of wrapping paper met here today and formed a Thirty mills were repre It was decided that all sales be made through agents of the and most through the salesmen of the indi vidual mill All the mills will be shut down from December to Jan uary The mills had oa bauds tons of Before adjournment the asaociation ordered nn advanco in the price of roll paper of fifteen cents per hundred Judge Kingman of Chart waft opposed to the spirit of the action of shutting down the on account tbe atnogent laws in his state egainsr Chairman Castle settled the matter by saying the dealers had de clared that the association would last lens than thirty The dealers ought to be taught a and raising the price y restricting the output would do o Kantes Man at Ooala Martin Will replies that he would go to Paris and would conduct United One of the men who cabled OBrien assisted in tho at tack on the Parnell was not a director of the OBrien and he did not own a majority of the He resigned from the direc tory purposely to free himself of possible pecuniary or criminal responsibility for the OBrien bad himself borne that He had concurred in Parnells retirement from the direc None of the directors of the paper assisted Parnell in his attack upon the OBrien himself had had noth ing to do with the recapture of the His friends had doubtless dore ItwasB mournful thing for him after having spent years of his life in founding the undergoing three coercion acts and weathering so many years of continuous llfn and death strug gle with Dublin to experience such treatment from the hands of the all but and while his hands wars tied 6y his absence from Dtill he was to forget that if by any possible honorable menus men on both sides can stay tho fatal Strife in a telegram from McCarthy as follows No funds in Paris at my If there would accede to your MJKWH JTKOM THK Tho Ghost Dancers Near pine rellne Among yras special from Plue Ridge says the ecouta who were sent out some timo ago re turned They reported that thft Indians wanted to kill them but were restrained by Two The hostiles told of a skirmish that had oc curred on the Cheyenne river and that two of thoir number had been but brought back to life by the The council was quarreling as to surrender or Yesterday a row pccuried drawn aud and the attempt gunu made ParnellA Tarlona started from here today on his return trip to At Marlow station he was At Cork ho was enthusiastically At Limerick he was invited to visit the The Limerick corporation rejected a motion to thank tbw majority party for its action regarding Before the train left Mallow the crowd become violent and made repeated at tempts to enter Parnells Tho crowd flourished sticks in 5 menacing manner and Down with the Down with the and similar A banner bearing OBriend portrait was carried in the Parnells speech was similar to one he delivered at Dublin last He ridiculed the idea that the Irish cared anything for Gladstone and said bo would like to see the results of a visit by Gladstone to If he should make euoh a visit the old man would be still after making their acquain He was glad the people had en dorsed him without hearing his side of his His ho would be presented at the prsper His lead ership would not ruin home He could not look his hearers in tho face if his words were not You would justly look upon me as diogiHced if my words wero not But I am not I nan hold up my head and face the tbtsltoTwo Strikes The letters nephew foiled them nnd tha riot ended in a division at tho camp iu which a urn jprity joined Two Strike with the intend tiou of coming to the Short Bull and Kicking Bear with a company of thirty Indians have pulled for tho in terior of the bad lands and declared theit determination to fightThey are the ones who broke their word with Father Trade In Preflsad pressed glassware trade is in a bad The elections and the lottery bill are the BusineES has dwindleddown to nothing since the The anti lottery bill prohibits the giving away of gifts by baking powdor and tea A VJGRX SAD aother and 31x Ohlldrou Cruelly Departed Search for the H pitiable case of desertion came to the notice of the au thorities yesterday when Mrs Liurn Buetweiser applied lor a warrant for the arrest of her She lives with her six in fang ing in age from 2 months to at 3057 Marine The missing hus band aud father left his home on 1 with the intention of going to workin a wholesale dry goods store on Washing ton When he did not come home that night the woman became the well known labor agitator of has returned from where he was a visitor at the Alliance Heaaidinan interview to day that tbe and Kansas gates were potent factors iu the convea Hall of the Missouri Alliance had done splendid The Missouri dele gates were all aglow over their recent victory were loud in their demands for a national third Willits wan a prominent figure in the convention unc was 4intuu3iasicttlly The growth of the Alliance in the south was considered phenominal by the delegates from the Illinois Stale Orange The otat Grange adopted resolutions today de manding that binders and mowcra be placed on the free Hut and liquors b exclude from the worlds fair grounds and present a brave front to every so long as I kaovr tr ust TUKV 8 JO BE THK Manifesto Iianed by tho Executive Com mittee of Liberal OnloniKU The executive com mittee of the Liberal Unionist association ias issued a long which con sludea as follows Parnell and the Par nellites have always beeu an untrust worthy upon whose pledge no re iance could be and whose parlia mentary antecedents made them unfit and unsafe allies for any great party and recent events must have forced this con sideration upon tbe minds of many home No distinction can be made be tween Parnell and bis und the majority of his party who eeeh to depose The latter condoned hU delinj quencles and accepted bis and uow make a sacrifice of him as a means of extorting fresh terms from their Tbe miBtaBe tbe British home rulers made waa in allowing tUemsnlves to be convinced that either the methods or the objects of tbo Irish revolutionaries had Neither t he Paraellite factioa nor tne will ever accept borne The llUulns 11 Tbe police have re j ceiverf information that Csmpbel IllllB Bold Chad one of the officers sent with Buffalo Bill to arrest Bitting is in the Codys he was the moitdaring he had ever heard Cody was dreseed in evening dress and was riding with only nine followers into the very heart ol the Sioux His plau was to draw a gun un Sitting Bull and take him out of the If the buokn gave chase he was going to protect bis body behind their chief and threaten the Indians with the death of Bitting Bull U they fired M All would have been said had the plan been Killed Vivo Then special from Fort Bays Ohadea Joplin shot nnd killed live per eons today at the Ghenny Utnul twelve miles from and then com mitted ruicldo by shooting Those ha killed were John his bia grown Lou a prominent and a man whose name is not known Details are Tbe only clue to killing is in a report that Stewart in timated that Joplin was the cause of Millers Elected Hv Farmers was elected United Btates senator today to succeed Wade Irby is a native of thin state and is years of He attended college at University of Virginia and He entered the legal profes but practiced only two Blnca then he baa lived on plantation and has farmed successfully near La He espoused the Farmers Alliance cauge at ito rule without a mental reuervatlou for alt dilute separation apd complete Irish in dependence Any scheme for home rule The Bojr Murderer Convicted ths 15 yearold who Ust Sep tember murdered Rob Fishbaagh and Walter of wbiie stealing a ride with them in a box was found guilty of murder Iu th iriii Hie attorney will move for an arrest of judgmentand apply for new A Hnroetblef and the ucfcuunuuo euuuiuo iui 11ULUWIUHI manialtn mno bused upon other theoriw and g f waa wanted for and always has returned today from Mex It waa he who impersonated of the following her mlMing been In three young with she began troit aud has laf t there for Niagara Irish parlimentartod to night Issued an Anothor Nsw visiting Senator Cnrlisleo tons and obtained from Frazleu of the city of Mexico on a forged   

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