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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 13, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                SATURDAY DECEMBER THE NATIONAL Senators Hoar and Butler Have 1 a liitfclo The Gentleman From South Carolina Displays aVIcldns Temper And a Bud Resolution to Investigate the Election of Certain follows Twontyflfth Edwin inf antry and as sistant Elmer Eighth will report in person to Thomas Hi president of the army retir ing at for examin folio wing transfers of infantry of Ulcers are ordered to take effect on this DUNS WEEKLY Oondltion of Trade Througrhoilt the tTnltod States The Kcsnlts of the 1nst auces Felt In a Vol ume of date John from Where Constitutional Been The New apjrortlon menf Bill Pension Will Probably he Compelled to Accept HraxillrM Fern Other The senate 9 adopted Plumba resolution provid I ing for longer cessions of the af Iter It was amended BO as to do away with I the nigttt Dilph introduced n resolution for Issfifcrence to the committee on priv lileges and for an inveetl Igatlou into elections in certain states lot the What he wanted to ascertain was whether some states had Inot provided in their laws on such voting 1 qualification as were not permitted by United States He Luted that Mississippi had included in its constitution provision that would abridge He knew the ate had the power to so but hot in contradiction to the national Vast moved on amendment in truoting the to enquire oy any citi tens of the U mted States ware denied the lent to work on any public improvement reason of their was a he thai the right of The Republican state ol Ore ton he denied negroes the Etghtof working on public hatever might be said of the i not one of them had ever denial to a negro the right to earn hie bread by his ovn Governor message to th Thirteenth Infantry to the Twentieth In Daingerdeld Park fiom the Infantry to the Thirteenth booond Daniel twelveth will report to John Twentieth president of the examining board at Fort Leaven for examination as to his fitness for i The following natnea officers will re port in person to Edwin Twelfth preridem of the examining board at Fort for examination as to their fitness for promotion First Thomas First infantry Second Hob art Eighth and Second Edwin Seventh cav Second Twenty second will report to Abram First prAsl of the examining board at Fort tor examination as to hia fitness for were allowed Kansans today as Osiwat omlcjilofleph Loulsburg James Bulina Nathaniel Luciw Charles National Military Home Theodore Olathp Manville Leavenworthj John N Meredith Wetmore To ptika Jeremiah Eureka John Montioae Bwzillar Bal Ellt Wich ito Jonn National Military Hume John Thayer Henry Wichita Francis Carroll eorgia legislaturu was referred es pecially to that part of it which stated hat the in control and m ended to remain Butler said he would Dolpbsaid he was informed oy a entleman on his aids at the chamber that Butler had threatened to dis Dharise negroes in hia employ if they Bared to vote the Republican Butler replied who ever made statement was guilty of deliberate Osage MisMon Zimri CrsntHne Charlia Paola Anthony Windel Jeremiah Pomona Upsola The Is Still Larger Than for the Bamo Period Lint In the Wait BnilueiB Is Uealthy and Fairly Bite in Grain Large Number at JTvlll NKVT Duns weekly review of trade says that the bus ness outlook is but on account f past disturbance a continued uncer ainty is felt in n reduced volume of bua nesa throughout the country is slightly larger than a year The increase until recently miitn ained does not appear during the past The south reports air despite the continued decline in Che supply is ample for necessities a1 Stew but at other points money s though banks help their cus tomers as far as bat iu legit imate business At the west cold weather help ed tho TUB geuoral business in tho west is iu a condition airly Chicagos business contin U8B much larger than last being but Itttje affiectea by the eastern Business is alec good at Kansas City tmd The itou industry ooodition than a and munufac turo ia decidedly Theie a waiting market for knit goods and u shrinking demand for dresu cotton manufacture la less satisfactory and Doma works hnvo suspended produc The speculative markets have not neon very but wheat hasiiben lif cents rvna corn and oats Pork is nnd cotton a sixteenth Oil is SU cents and coffee M cent The rise in breadstuff i8 nut Tin has risen but copper is of uncertain who hud passed through tho rollers of a powerful steam It was the thirty wventh morning that Sucoi A woke to face another twentyfour houra of abstinence and another twentyfour lours of deathbeck oning flttcol was in very bad shape this and us a careful would put us seedy and stale as an overtrained chicken with arose and was One bundled and ten pounds said the and back to bis counh he fragile bundle of but as full of grit as a heavilyspurred His total loss in weight up to dat is thirty seven quarter A JdMVh KttWllntl to Be Tried for Chargecl bjr BJi Seoonil Deo six months ago Mies Annie living at Horn was made the inno No THE IRISH New Developments In Situation in the Tho AntlPnrnellltcs are Organising n Thorough Campaign Against the Deposed at a Com vpfcnv Will Boon Bogln the Publi en too of Sttppreued United Ire ODrleu New York far He Will Oanialt With Hl NEW Before embark ing this evening OBrion said At Boulogne we will be met by a party of friends and will then proceed to All our except Harring are agreed rlage having a wife and two children at and Mias Benton were married at the brides home and catue to this remaining several days ut a When Eawllns eft his wife at Mobile he said that he was going to Birmingham to get Afterward she found letters from Mies 3anton which apprised her of the fact that the unfortunate girl was about to become a victim to iher faithless hus bands She at once wrote to the girl warning if not too to have nothing to do with as he was a married Tais letter arrived aeveral days after the marriage and wun epeiied by Misa Bantona Burning with rage at the shameful im positiou pcacticad on hia Benton to mis city on the fltst The graceless scoundrel had already having deserted the bride of two after robbing her of her monoy and He waa arrested soon after wards and lodged in J all at whetQ he haa oeen ever since foilsehood i had read that state pjBajn cf the senator liom South bnforft a If tho other said fmaCe tb statement myself to the senft Icr I I repeat the remark fchat I niado applies to the senator from Hosr said that if there was any jjlstake about the matter he was respon f or The incident went no fur resolution went over without ao The election bill wan then taken Up and Blodgett spoke against WalthaU also argued against At he of Walthalls Hoar called attention to the remarks today by stating that Inyone who said that he had threatened b dismiss colored people from his em Ipyment if they should vote the Rjpul lon lionet was guilty of a iliberate and wilful to the tlerks desk fd had read the official reporters manu Sript of what took plsce and said A Jle of my long since does Ibt permit me to reply to the senator om South Carolina in such language as 3 thought proper to Whether I hould the guilty of a wilfull and dellb falsehood contained m a public locument will be settled in the estima ion of those who know I will read 3t the information of the senate from he document to which I Hoir then read from the in bbich the statement had been made by e senator from South Carolina in 1878 Eat was credited to him by I Butler replied that the testimony lu6tBd was a garbled He lad seen the report and did not low iTecollect of having appeared before te committee In or any other I He repeated that he had never 1 satCned to discharge negroes from his who voted toe Republican I Hoar gave assurances that be was ptisfled with and Ae subject was permitted to to the Iusatisf action the senators on both Ides of the 1 Jones of Arkansas then took the floor i the elections bill and tlw senate ao James BittFe x SHander Highland Wilson Dedatur min Leeds John Ander Smolan Emporia Frank Frankfort James Clements john Leon Preston Cora Joseph fho rejwrt of the census OB reapportion meut was presented to the house explained the changes that will be and said that from the aggregate population of tho UnltedStates the committee subtracted tho aggregate population of the District of Columbia aud of the territories of Oklahoma arid The remainder was With this number different ratios were obtained by taking as the divisor any pro posed Each number was taken from 333 to Trials were made until a number was found that would give a in application would secure each state against any loss in its member ship and in no instance leave a msjor This number was found to be The ratio was The num ber of members obtained on even division The business failures during the past week number 374 an compared with aia sst and 290 for thecorrespotding week Si ecullar Million of Number or Mexi cans low In party com oaed of three Mexicans and one Araer can arrived here todoy from the City of ilcxlco to engage in the study of f oik lacking and manufactures oinnected The names of the Btildenta are G Enrique Torres and Pi Randolph of in an interview tonight stated that the Mexican government vswould was The additional 17 needed paea a bill retaliating upon the make 856 were giving other member to each of the states having left toit a major Penilou Attorneys commit tee on invalid pensions have agreed to report favorably i bill amending exist ing laws so as to limit to 2 tho fee al lowed an agent or attorney la proseout tug an application for an increase of pen sion on account of increase of disability The maximum fee allowed by the law for such service Is Silver Advancing amount of silver purchased at the treasury depart ment to day was ounces at prices varying from to A BUI toExtond Period the house THE house ent Into committee jpf whole on Kvate calendars lAlniostall the afternoon wan spent in Boiwsing the bill or the relief of John Uhea and Anderson of east Tne Committee finally re its recommittal to the coin llttee on war Several bills wore favorably the committee of e acd when the committee rose were The house hen ad Army Army orders ve been issued as follows jphe army retiring board at appointed war department er dated June from head trters of the is dissolved and ft to meet at the call President thereof tor the asmayba ordered today Flower introduced a resolution to extend the bonded period for goods In bond in custom houses until July Ia Boyd complications have arised in the case o Governorelect Boyd of Hi born In Ireland in and came to this country with his father In Hn father filed papers giving notice of hi intention of becoming a but die not take out his final pipers until r The son did not take out papei here and it is stated that he has neve been naturalized in The United States laws provide that the fathers naturalization naturalizes hi miner The question is Boyd the naturalized Want the Banded Period NEW Woolen Goods association today telegraphed t Secretary Wisdom that it would be great benefit to the business of the coun try if congress would extend the timefo the withdrawal nf goods from bond un til July Weather til 9 Kansas Fal weather southerly winds warmer Sat urday and awaiting trial next Bis trial will tako plsce As it was necessary to Tne moat significant fact in the money that a very large por on of the mcney wa taken in gold by ho seller of the presumably for withdrawal legislation is ac oinplished by The ccnnmer ial outside of the money strin has been caused by over pur hasea in anticipation of a great rise in purchasers have been isappointed and flnd themselves em prove the first which occurred in in older to convict lUwllns of the brother of wrote to the clerk of the court at Mobile foe a certified copy ofthe marriage li cense and the return of He received no and wroto again and again with a like Unable to account or this went tpJMobile iu Aauiti MBIT United States for the McKinley which would exclude pork iroducts from Mexican In anticipation of this exclusive Belknap und his associates had to Kansas City to study pork and baef oil and soap manufacture n order to be ready to engage in those when Mexico wauld produce those articles When they have made a study of the business they will re turn to Mexico and erect In this connection Randolph stated it WUH believed in government circle in the Oily of Mexico tbat Ryan hat been summoned to Washington to confer with the secretary of state as to means to be pursued to induce the Mexun gov abandon itplan of exclusivo and engage in a MABKIBD FOB A Woman BelU Uursolf to a to 13 blisi came high for a wealthy practitionei living in the pretty siiburi of and unexpected statements made in bis suit for possession of a horse and buggy made the public aware of Un Half of Roaeland crowded into Judge Cliffords court room to hear thi the doctors di vorced startled the court by testify ing that Hewes had offered her f to marry That was a good deal o money to and she sold heiuelf to the Shortly after sbe became Mrs she purchased the horse and bug gy now in Hewes paid fo the rig out of her own but the doctor took a liking to tho horaaand Hewes eold the turnout to He gave her she were never whi bad secured a nold buggy am horse to J notice Then the troubl in the shape of numberless replevii was an unusal weal when the rig waanotreplevmed two o three rjwter Bnool la Bad i tlon on tty tbat when b emerged from bed which fairly buried him in his thi he bod the of ma erson ftw fttta that he prSitainlna tha marriage repaid f 1880 had stolen from the clerks It Riwlms gets clear by he will likely not profit by old man Jenloa amihis boys have sworn to kill to save the general election without in dicting humiliation or injustice on It would be dangerous to expect too much from We are painfully aware of the but we have the strong est reliance in Every body knows that any prolonged period of discussion in Ireland would be and he only result could be that we meaning the antlParnellltes would bave triumphal majority over our op Oar hope and belief is that the overpowering sentiment of the world is for peace at all We bolleve solemnly Parnells re tention of the leadership would involve the certain destruction of our alliance and defeat at the As to the terms on which Parnell and myself would I do not anticipate any difficulty on either One of the objects of our journey to Paris is to communicate with McCarthy and our collegues in the We have every reason to be lieve just now that McCarthy and bis collsaguna are of the same mind as our That wo should atop at no effort good will can suggest to save the general elections and restore the unity of the Tho AntiParnell committee rep resenting the antiParnellites held a preliminary meeting Numerous applications were received for member ship from all over These in cluded letters from clergyman and oth expressing their desire to subscribe funds for and to found the now It was decided to pub lish the paper in Dublin nex under the name of The Suppressed United with the name of OBrien 83 Various local committees were archives of Irish history now being in a declaration made by the Irish liamentary Fund Tuis or ganization by such generous con tributions have been bat declared by this document against The paper is signed by tha executive com including some of the best known and wealthiest Irishmen iti New Cheered thja afternoon Parnell boarded a train for He was cheered alt along the route to the Pjtpcn nnil the atiiVai Parnells United IfdnnOat Castlelslaml today a crowd seized the papers and burned Parnell a meeting ia Skibbereen a resolution denouncing Par nell was unanimously Will Start a McCarthy fac tion has decided to etart a half penny newspaper in Waal tUo KANSAS Crouch the American National the Louis National the Amourdale National James Gregory and the National Bank of Kansas this morn ng filed motions in the district court of to dissolve be attaohmenta the Kansas City Packing all of The motions all allege hat tho attachments are in excess of toe debts owed by ahdahM said attachments were by a fraudulent alliance of defendants for the raipoie of defrauding Djlugof the laJHrihUe thyites will form a central executive committee on league They will also assist In Dnvttt Goudama the course of conversation today Davitt said the present struggle in Kilkenny was tho most important event in the last of Ire lands If Parnell home rule was Parnell would either ruin Ireland or A meeting was held in the town hall this evening to form a committee to carry oh a vigorous campaign for Blr John Pope the antiParnell candi He was well received by the head chief of the Mirmekipju tribe of at Cheyenne came here today to secure governnjftritadyice as to the best means to disarm Big Foots band of Cherry Creek stating tbat his band of 800 were ready to assut in the He has been active in supprnssing the Messiah excitement He says tho Indians are suffering from a while dancing in the cold and it is causing many Rumors of a courier at Ripid wires thatva squaw maii named Bider broughtM this afternoon that an eh counter between the troops and 400 In dians under Bear had taken fourmiles north of Pine Ridge and that a number on both aides were killed and the Indians Another special to the Ntwt from French Creek savs that a party of In dians attacked eighteen white men to day and four Indians were Federal Conn at States Circuit Judge Henry OaidweH arrived today at noon and began holding court this Bith Judge Caldwell and Judge Foster will hold one in the circuit and the other in the distntt court NEW Anchor Line City of Baton sank near Hermltsge landing at H oclock The boat and cargo wars a total Nollveis werilost Oppoiltlon to Parnell Confidence In town of Elllarney have expressed con fidence in THE OBOS8 Tho Celebrated Teitae Buforn thn United States Supreme fa mous No Mans Land murder caco was called in the supreme court the title being Cyrus John Jackson and plaintiffs in the United The caso comes to the supreme court upon appeal from the circuit court cf the United States for the eastern district of The for which six men were tried in the Paris wan committed In in No Mans immediately south of Stevens The homicide grew out of a bitter rivalry between tlw towns of Woodsdale and Hugotou in Stevens the third town of the sided with Weeds dale in county controversies Assistant Attorney General of who is conducting the case tot the confesses error In two instftncelSnfne error cited by the plaintiff i are that the court below had no No Maua Land ba iDgbeyuudita Jurisdiction that the ad mission of the report of the attorney general of Kansas upon the and the charge of the court respect to the effect preju dicial to the and that the de fendants moved an arrest of judgment among other the indict ment did not charge the crime of murder in that It did not allege that the wounds inflicted by them caused Crott Too principal point which appears to be at issue in the and upon was based the argument began today for the is the question of Gsorge of began the nwiutala inglhat the Paris court was without Jur isdiction over and that for this reason the doelajon of the lower court overruling the motion fcr new trial should At the time tie murderer was committed No Maps wak a t4 priesta of Kil larney and Bbildon denounced Pat nell for refusing to The Clona killy poor law guardians have demanded that their representatives in parliament shall support McCarthy or The committee of Cork city and formed to oppose are receiving encouraging Farnell at Parnell ar rived at Kilkenny to night a torchlight procession was waiting for It es corted him to his hotel where he ad dressed the crowd He will epeak at Limerick Sunday returning here the next f he Irlnh OBrien and busy today making pre France early to morrow Tile test of the patty will a week or two before Harrington will sail tomorrow for Queenstown and will there meet Tha Kilkenny the Bishop of Cosory advised the Kilkenny electors to vote according to the dictates of their own he himself and the priesta of his diocese are supporting the antiParnell Five Far nellite members of parliament are at Kilkenny working tot the Painell candi With FrnUnlam a Fatae Miles tonight said he had received nothing from the northwest regardicg the Indians fighting arnotig fUty reatt tia tho U said that Delameter Will Monday offer to settle with their creditors for flfty on the Star accuses Parnell of It says Today possibly tomorrow rebelld He is fighting wHh poisoned and with a traitors Organising The clergy of the division of North Cork and Eist Limerick are actively engaged In or public opinion against Another twit document WM added today to the ttud is is maintained that the act of it within the Jurisdiction Texas court was not intended to 3B Peck Wtnt Over the history of the territory in question and citedvarious acts of ereomlva irders arid court declsionu In support of tils Assistant Attorney General Harrison iu his argument maintains that the court below had Assistant Attorney General Harrison will respond for the govern and the argument for the plaintiff n iu error will be concluded by Judge John It is the belief now that the confessions o error by th government will reuult in a of the opinion of the lower the question of jurisdic tion being about the only point on which they have to 19 Wat fixed for execution of the condemned but sentence haa been suspended until a decision is ren dered by the supreme The attor neys for he defendants fldance that there will be and theproiecutloD appear simply fight ing tint in a trial In the courts if a new shall not plead an autrefols THK Head Body Ifhere He Burial of special from Fort to the Gazette says John one of the vic tims of Charley Joplin4 murderous gun died this morning of her and this evening the mother and daughter were all burled at the same ti At last accounts the body of the was still lying where be no one having touched Stewart was aico buried the came and the body of Jopiins first lisa li the morgue In the Joplla CM ft wife ecmewhere in and uncle to Joplin swluced Stewart was repoi arrestedi to have w extent that it i Joe H Investigation e thftt tLot the U tobe towchl f him   

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