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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 14, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON NEWS DECEMBER SQEEZEIOUT THE An Bffaotlve Remedy for the Cure of Excessvo HnIIroads Euni Dividends Upon Too Much That Us Distinct ively Lending ConKronnmon of the Opinion That Watering of Stock in a Hatter of Ptilillo and May bo prevented by State National KxnroMed by Kelley and Mnjor 18 The fight the NEWS has started against watered stock is attracting consider able attention here and especially among western A leftdino western not of said to day that that question was bound to come to the front and fores a settlement within the next twelva months that if the NEWS will keep up its work along that line with the name vigor in which it has started out it will earn a national roputa tioa before it is A New England who did not want to be said that while such a movement would hurt his ao much of the watered stock being held his waa a Just demand and the sooner the Republican party took it up and made it an issue the Con this New Knglander said There ie no use denying the fact that the agricultural classes especially cannot stand the heavy burden forced on them by transportation rates based ficti tious The squeeze must come and the sooner the With the Kansas delegates there was no fear about the use of Said Peikine This au im portant not only to the people It a difficult matter to reach by t M HcecauBe most of the corporations are or fganizfd under laws of the several states defend watered as far as he was 16 couldnt ba squeezed out too THE Case offered a resolution calling on the secre tary of agriculture Tor information asto the progress mnde in the investigation for irrigation purposes under the de ficiency act of last The resolu tion wan The nenate then resumed consider turn of tho elections bill Jones of Arkau speaking against the close of Jones as no other took the the pre siding officer ntatoJ that tho question was on Dawpa motion to strike out the section relating tn the house investiga and asked if the senate WAS ready for the A long discussion followed on the but no action was taken and Wilson took the floor to speak against the fne senate went into executive sestlon and soon THE Buker of New York called up the senate bill for the in spection of hogs And the products and carcasses the former of which are sub ject to interstate Mills of Texas opposed the It was referred to the committee onagri The bouse then went into committee of the whole on bills reported from the AMONG THE CONGRESSMEN Bomo of tho Tribulations of the Worthy A South Dakota Senator Whose Thoughts linn to Chewing and ittee on privileg e bill to establish and ara creatures of Congress has no jurisdiction over them except to restrain or control them in the carrying of interstate Few railroad companies or corporations have been chartered under laws of congress only as to suchhnscongrass power to legislate against the watering of This is an evil difficult to yet should receive the attention of COKUUESSMAN It is one of the great queitlons to be considered by the states and congress in the near ssid On general principles I say squeeze the water I see no reason why agricul turalists should pay transportation on basis of watered nor why state legislatures may not deal with roads so far as limited to the particular To regulate roads traversing several as the Siuta would require the cooperation of seyerel Ether this or national It is in the line ot the object and aims of the lican party to reich this result through It will ba accelerated by agitation through the Alliance and by other MAJOR Slid Major Morrill This ia an ex tremely delicate matter to deal with and a far reaching one in its It would manifestly be ah in justice to say to a road costing per one that had been the means of developing the country and of building up com merce that it would be allowed interest only on per because a simi can now ba built for that es and The bill to establish a court to ndjudU oate private land claims in New Utah and Nevada was taken The bill was agreed to with the amendment except inn AHzons from its from the commutes of ways and offered a Joint resolution to correct the of the new tariff law relating to binding of pave notice that on Tuesday he would ask the home to consider the and then the house InvextlRHttnit tho Sllror committee tn which referred Dockerys res olution inking for an investigation into oh arges that several representatives and seastors had joined a silver pool for speculative Bteveno and Apple correspondents of the GlobeDcmo who made the charges in their pa were called before the committee to give names of tho senators and repre sentatives and nenatora who were mem bers of the pool wern called before the but they declined to give tho names on the ground that it would look Hkn volunteering The com mittea sdjourned until when they will decide what report to make to the Bow n Now Vorii BmirMentatlvn sortcd to Heottotmllam to Prevent the Xrnncfer Granta Bemalnft to Arlington Otmetery Tlie Junior tlonne Has Some Kxperlence With n i rerverne Democratic Speaker The Inillau Outbreak the Text for Senatorial THE HUTOHINSOH NBwa 800 Twelfth Thus far the session of the Fiftyfirst congress has taxed the news gatherer and strained to z fine point the art of the Bxceptthe eleo tion bill there has upon the calendar of either house to excite great but those who have been watch ing the wind very strongly something in tin nature of u surprise may develop concerning tan financial It is believed that the admin istration has been so thoroughly con vinced of the necessity for further action in this that dilatory proceed ings on the elections bill may bn inter rupted by a special mesasgo from the Harrisons position on this question is understood as opposedto free and unlimited but it is held that the inadequacy of the former bill having been ho now sees the ne cessity of an Increased His censory treatment of the silver question in his late message has encouraged the idea that he may be intending to treat it lu specific Just what would be the nature of any forthcoming recommendation is of course a mattor of mere but that he would fa or a very considerable Increaee in the olume and circulation of currency is onfideutly Tlie elections bill is wending its tortu us way through the Oongrenional Record as ia bound to be the case whan a mere parliamentary struggle is the merest is very The Democrats have an inherent capacity for ud their platform ot and decay having to long kept Stanley and 1 forgot my favor asd hoarseness and But the Senator heard that you too wore And thn rttd you ssy laughed tho genial bleua I let tit ontho wasnt that extraordinary about tha It was yon When I am do featefl for tha senate I shall probably take Mvantnge of the new copyright law and Copyright my idea ot gum for pneu Either spruce or pine will come in anytime and Ill over the Here wont you Save some and taking from his pocket a couple of sticks of the sen atorllrom North Dakota offered one to the IJBLtervlewer and absorbing the other he said good and re id to the senate BUSINESS is THE Of or in the house the order of business progresses with unlocked for dispatch and good Monday was a red lettojr day in the Eight street car tickets for a dollar have atoned in the eycttjot this semi southern city for many oshqr shortcomings of a Republican con jjresfl The resolution concerning the re movklof Grants body to Arlington stirred up considerable feeling for an or two on Tuesday and demonstrated anew that the brigadiers are with Be had conquered them in open battle they took revenge upon his dustIt waa expected that New York would but it was a surpriae when Amos Uummings made a bid for south ern aid by opening up the of man who gavo back the side armo and horses at Ap pordatox would never make his oter Thv The committee which hos been investigating Iansion Commissioner Raum met this Green assistant chief clerk and acting appointment denied that favoritism was shown to anyone in the matter of N favoritism bad been shown to Attorney Lemons ap The Merchant quorum of the house committee on merchant ma rine and fisheries today formally agreed to report the composite bill prepared by the majority members of the as a substitute for the senate tonage and subsidy Representative Farquhar reported the bill to thn Want a National Bankruptcy Vest presented to the senate a memorial from the national bankruptcy call ing upon congress to immediately con sider and pass the bill recommended bj it for the relief of the honest insolvents o the Correcting the urcKlnley Flower of New York introduced in the house to day a bill to correct an error in the Chocolate schedule of tlie McKiniey bill whereby sweetened chocolate was no subject to a duty of 2 cents per Bonds amount o per bonds redeemed today was making the total to date lar road But the government has the power to control and regulate interstate commerce in that way protect the Toe Watered In CHICAGO fight being inaugurated by the NEWS on the watered stock question was com mented upon today on and there were many flattering things said about the One of the largest said it the NEWS went at this with the name energy it took hold of the rate matter there would be tome tan The vicepresideut of of the wefltero roads itaid ha eonldbt I colder southerly Huatona Treasurer Huston was here Hi said there was a scheme by which the preient money stringency could be re lleved and that was to place the 000 In fractional now in the vaults of the to the account o the bullion and then issue treasury notes Congress would have to pass a law to per rolt that to be It he said afford immediate aud effective for Political General o this has been ar rested for discharging Thomas Butle from service in the engrossing depart ment of the became he voted fo Qaskell for governor in the late election and against The preliminary trial has been fixed for next til 8 Kansas Warm I er and fair except in northern avo The second session of the j unolr house is novr opened and ready to o The other speaker who ad been for a moment rendered speech SB by tho How oes the gentleman from Ohio get to be peakor By fores and full consent of jthe god DBS of liberty and tho American ealed forth the newly elected Boribro opening debate on a recently ntroducad free coinage the reorgan ed body must either secure a new com itttearoom or carry force still further 3d rifle the pockets of tae exspeaker ho still holds the key and refuses to urn it THE INDIAN The Indian outbreak in the senate ia tile more than a reiteration ot ancient Whether or not the In inn shall be fed into good humor or hot into as the isto the argument with official oports of government the un fflolnl statements of ith the reported opinions of the army dicers and the freely expressed differ nces of senators in the In ten problem remains It is afe to that the result will merely develop a temporary make hift rather than a change in its incon Btent and wholly unjust and inadequate ndisn FLORENCE bivouac home of in his the grand despoiled but de hem in he they have learned o perpetrate their fallacies with coutiid Senators Esrry and who unnecessarily occupied the better part of a indulged in some very fine considering ho fact that they weo talking against lime to vacant Republican and that their speeches did not change a it seemed a very childish pastime for wise Senator Plumbs impatience with the waste of time on this bill waa his recognition of morn urgent reasons for minediate legislation upon the silver It was as claimed by Dem a repudiation of the bill He criticised not the measure but the useless and the short hours of the daily I am lie to go early and and to see the sill but I am not willing to see legislation that is imperatively demanded ty tho people delayed in a meas ure that might be put to ono side for a little time without injury to any OPINIONS OS THE ELECTION Since the first rough draft was made it has been claimed by the Democrats that tho federal election bill was unpopular in the party that printed and was likely in the finish to develop fierce opposition Thinking to secure a diagram of Repub lican sentiment I apprcitied Senator Pierce of Scuth Dakota and asked him whether or not any western Republican senators would vote against the ai was you refer to the elec lions bill really I have not dig cussed it with In I have been just escaped but and the statesman dropped his voice to a confidential 1 have made a great I am on the track o a great a wonderfu remedy for indeed but ia it a fact that Wash burn said he It was firs this proceeded the prairie by mer accident that I stumbled into The other day I had to give tip audleave the senate early in the dailj I waa awfully sick and so hoarsi hear me roar over on 1 other aide of the hcuso when I tried to talk on the Indian After I go home I for a mustard piaster am some chewing the gum you under stand waa merely to distract my put the plaster on the mantel and wen to work on the I half an hour waa breathing easier and by 5 oclock was almost Had an engagemen to dins at the White a couple o other fellows and and did to miss it I went and bad a first rate We wwrt afterward to bear feated one isenlenco cun ningly injected into his indicat ed the line upon which the vote would bo By this clever twist he di verted attention from the neglected grave which was the motive and invited a solid south to one more expression of ItR ieil Because the national cemetery is the confiscated Restate ol Robert the body of General Grant hasbeen denied interment So the the loyal people is overborn anc loipld commanders grave is left to the itjifof New It waa not believed ithe vote was really in tha outh would itoop to petty f but whoever thti nharp that followed on tito call ng of would have fele thai h WAS but listening to the rebel sub ued and THE While the bouee and senate aropro ending with unusual th JuniorhouBd has been the scene of i lortentloua and foundationrocking rev not be generally that the house pages cbhatitute the juuio which bodymeets dally in one o ho committee rooms after the regula is conducted with no sma degree of parliamentary skill and with no end of juvenile The pros nt house Organized at the beginning o this was made up o resh Republicans and a few left ove HAD BBTCEIt 8TAT Woman Propoaea to Make ploratloncln the Dark The new unabi 0 cope With the selected ifjmocratlc intending to depos as soon asjhey have ittough parlianieilWryUw to run tltinj Unfortunately for the ybuu kftd confiding Republicans the Demo cfatic speaker declined to be depoaec VVnen resolutions to that effect were o ircd this gentlemen would light a cigs turn his back and decline to consit er such dilatory Th BJslllful young parliamentarian was holding the chair at the opening ottb sJBOpad and the noi it upon its determined to ri if fore ly if frTbe unpopular speaker was asked to to fix a date for which e An impeachment trial fol 1 ied that failed to The He ublicans then went into caucus and the day precipitated the The Iges for the Junior house are Rppointed it the beginning of a and must ttk for aroappointment at the bpglanlng of KJMiaVi taking advont ke of this made the point that the farm ot the speaker expired also at that I of course was nut enter iinsd by the of Con nomiuaed of for speaker for the second Visiting in this ity at the home ot Boland Conklln s a lady who while already known in the iterary la in a short time toun ertake an enterprisa in an nvestigation which will without a ques ion place her on at individual plane ud one never yet occupied a bo lady is May French wife ot who represents he Jarvls Couklin Mortgage Trust com iany in The undertaking in which she is about to is a trip nto the wildest portions ot not as a member of an exploring but as he of has lived most of her life n London although she U a native of fow She hosdevoted much of her Iran to literature and has given great nt ection to African Her lome in London has been the rendezvous or African She has been for a longtime on intimate friend of Henry Sheldon Bay a her venture IB no missionary work thatit ia not in tha interest of any Inetitutlon or not to attack or defend anything or She Is gojng simply becauae she wants and is going to run the flxpeditton to suit bhe goes to Africa for the purpose of learning the ous legends and folk lore of the Natives and Incorporating them into a bhe is to sail from England in and will go flrut to thence to Mom and then will begin the worst parts of her In telling of her proposed travels Sheldon said The expedition shall be entirely ray own the if there be shall not be divided and the criti and of course there will be many bo aimed at me I shall take my stenographer only to the starting point in and from there on I shall be attended by several black of I will ttleo have several Arab at tendants and suoh military protection as I think A band of less than fifteen or twenty would find it extremely dangerous in such a I expect to rqach Mount Kilimanjaro from 200 to 800 miles from the and in a country where no white woman has ever I shall have special pass ports from Secretary and also letters from Stanleys name is like magic in and altogether I FOREIGN An International Monetary Con ference The Sorr French TarlK BUi Said to Outbid the McKlnlcy BID In Foreign PuyntclanN at Berlin Faltli In the Koch KenxtiUMirlnh Mtlll Dlipate Over tho Dlspoittlou of PuutSu HardBhlpe Ainbnft Bvloted Tenant The Kilkenny which Minister Ribot has been having recently with tho United States and for eign governments point to the meat for an International monetary con The tariff bill aa now shaped in the committee of the chamber of depu ties outbids the MoKiniey bill in pro The amendment made this weak raises the duties proposed on farming sawing ma pens and other steel and iron The Qironds Com merce Defense a free body that the inevitable result of such duties will be the ruin of the countrys commercial and bmpping tor the temporary benefit of the great The anarchist DeLaBruyere has stated in an interview that the fiup posed murderer of confessed to him that he had killed The he bad tried to pump him concerning the frequenters of Bernhoffs where Padlewskj was and nuked hwn to become a spy upon their Padlewiky resented the proposition by killing the He escaped from the Douse without and three days utter wards sent a woman to De LaBruyere and employed him to assist Padlewaky in leaving the He assisted on ground that it wnn a political assisted the fugitive on his way as fur an Madame Kartzoff who was found mur dered in her room today in wai an aunt of tho Russian consul genera of thi toward whom the Nlnilltes en tertain the most resentful It is supposed the Nihllites murdered The Matin announces the formation of a new bank under tho auspicus of thn with a capital of The reaction against the Koch treat ment of tuberculosis increases in Eight paiieata died noon injection of tho A num ber of patients who have been ing roiUmsnt refuted to he treated tut tber with have little venture fear but that my little safe She Bolchstnjf Adjourns for the GhrlHtuunj Tnria Dlsonsaloin 18 by New York Associated Tho relchotag has adjourned for the mas Its like thonaof the are losing their and the keen enmity toward the ment which was wont to character them before Bismarcks The discussion of the budges before it was re mitted to the committee illustrated ihn change In Herr Bebil in a moder ate speech drew a sombre picture of the misery6f the peasant under the present of which enriohos tife great landlords at Mhe expbnse of tfto poor Windhorst defended the menfa Herr Bimberger made practical In which attacked the projected with saying he was opposed to if it involved a dif ferential Chancellor Von Capriyl did not try Us refute HenrBambergeia buy I shall be in Africa three months Tbo Financial Situation Nisw president of the Gall atin National said today that the talk of gold being locked up in savings banks and trust companies beyond their usual balances was all V He did not believe these institutionshad any more specie on haipd now tbsh they did a He regarded the financial condition as great ly The only cause for uneasi ness was from the failure of commercial houses all over the Weeklr Bank bank statement ia legal Tbebinks now hold In excels of the 25 par Bobbixt of nn knowu robber last night entered Ibe house ot Ata beat him and bis o he he He whereupon fatally and then taking f of rose and nominated hid twice but crisis in before Mti Hillyer declined the that it was critical moment for the party he was deotared iiecUd by tho on at the other end of the Kspplagupon his end of the ta ble with a large Jock knife he happened i6 have about he out very much as might lag he could cot dieciiis the treaty Blip lailons pending the Tt conferences regarding the 1 were noming to nothing and ware to be adjourned until Tho recent speech of Kmperor Williwu upon the educational system has had marked effect upoa the school The school reform committee bis voted unanimously to for ancient languages In all the lowerelanres in places whore there are only ana also to make such change in the present system of ecliulon and the middle class school aa will enable course to be continued in tho upper real In Hamburg the town coupoil has decided to esubliah a higher middle school is accordance withKmperor W imams Prince who has pasied the autumn goes on 2Qttj to Friedriohsruhe to be present atthe family on Bit health is Many medical men who came here froJa abroad to study the Koch treat are leaving with their hopes of suc cess Professor anon concluding his announced that he had reidelBjecUoas la 20a but would not pronounce definitely upon the results of the treatment until a year had He reaffirms bis belief In tho efficacy of the Bunk The Armour at failed yesterday With liabilities of assets Many farmers were among the heavy de t DonbU tlu Mllet ihsthe doM not occurred between Ju dlans to Borthwwt S i A 8qtMbbIe Over League In n gatd to the right of the drawlngupon the funds of the National League hai caused We bank in which the Leagues money n ara deposted to order trtfanoheB not to honijr sent to evicted tenants by tbit this famUM t   

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