Hutchinson News, December 16, 1890

Hutchinson News

December 16, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 16, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HUTCHINSON i MORc A Plan for tho laoroaao 6f the Circulating Tliiv ilpimblicim Senatorial Caucus Agrees Vpnn a Bill to Bollovc tlio Flunuclnl Jt fur the Porch MO ot the Bui Stlvor Bullion Now On the in Addition to tha Moaxhlr Purchase or four ami n Bnlt million fer iloudsPree Coinage at flllvrr MIIY Ilucume u Fact After Hepubli cau BenawrSal caucus committee met this morning to consult with Secretary Win dom respecting the formulation of the financial relief with which duty the committee was charged by the last The secretary was accom panied by director ot the Ttte Sherman and Plumb bills ware discussed and Secretary Wincloru was asked for his opinion on He endorsed the proposition to reduce the compulsory holdings of United States bonds by National banks and commend ed the proposed issue of 3 per Regarding the proposition to purchase the surplus of the silver in the toe secretary took positive grounds ia favor of the as a moans of enhancing the price of silver and rellBvlnR the financial that it might be prudent to restrict by law the amount ot the surplus silverthat might be pur chased In any one The secretarys suggestions were re ferred to a subcommittee consisting of Plumb and The subcommittee reached a decision trhich was promptly ratified by the full TUB measure will ba submitted to the full caucus The features ot the measure ae agreodupan are A provision for the purchase of the twelvo million silver surplus in the purchase on tbis account not to ex ceed three million worth of bullion in any onu month m addition to the pur chases of four and a half millions per as now required by The Issue ot two per bonds not to exceed hundred million dollars in nnd tho putohase of sufficient allvtr bunion in addition to the forego ing reqairementi 10 make good the de ficiency in the national whenever tho circulation falls below a hundred asd eighty by loans of he issue of treasury notes based upon tUttbullina thus nurcbaeel Incise bul IK vsufflcient tn meet this deficiency SBr the deficiency is to be by the issuance of simple treasury Tie bill will also contain a cTanee pro viding that when the price ot silver shall year remain c at or above the legal par with any holder of bullion may deposit t with tho treasury and have it coined Into silver dollars or receive treasury notes No action was uken on the but the commutes is unanimously in favor of reducing tho cjuipuleory holding ot bonds by the The report outlined above does not meet be unanimous approval of the full The Republican senatorial caucus to night inconclusive so far as concerns the main upon u tchnmeof financial There port of the caucus committee was pre sented and dlaeuBied The two per bond project was elim inated in short finding 1 few The twelve million dollar bullion purchase but final action wiatakan on noitherthia nor any of the other owing to lack of Toe diecuislon showed the willingness of a strong majority ot the senators to purchases of sil ver probibly to tho extent of The report of tho committee went over for action at another to he held in a day or The Selection Mil was not but it will be allowed to keep Itfrplace at least until the next caucus THE senate proceeded to the consideration of the elections the floor being taken by Co Wilson ot Maryland made a legal and constitutional argument against the Vance alao spoke against the meas said it was once more Intended to resurrect the carcass of dead section alism by tha Republican party BO that it might ones more grasp by it political It wus framed for the taking possession of all the election machinery of the Democratic so thatfraud might be committed by Republican It wag intended once more to subject the people of the south to the domination of their recent Vance then criticised the bill in de In conclusion he spoke of the grow ing good will between the races in the eouth and said that the man that would disturb that condition was an enemy ot both At the close ot Vances speech the president announced that the tion was on G rays amendment to strike out the house clause in section Hale said if they could get a vote on that amendment he would not inter pose a motion for nn executive will hardly get a vote on itthU I Butler spoke in support of his amendment providing that the supervis canvassers and other election ofltcers are tn bo regarded us ministerial and not as judicial Hoar opposed amendment The senate went Into executive session and soon adjourned THE the the committee on military to suspend the rules and puns the bill upproprmiicK for the erection of a monument tu those who had died in tlio prison chips ftt ot Iowa demanded n which was ordered by a vote of 00 to A lively debate in which the granting ot pensions was The threatened said several cratlo made it unkdvlsable to expend money for uanesnnry The motion was nays McKinleyof of the conirnhtee ou ways and reported the Flower joint resolution extondini the bonded period from February 1st to July There being n disposition on the part of Culbertiion of Taxas to debate the McKinley withdrew Ad A UIO The ExtrHviiKant Bids by Cattlemen for the Cherokee ikuated for renlamirtton and The measure will be rnodoledgupon tie measure introduced by Van Jevcr yf The saw bill will 1fv submitted to the committee on spirited bidding for the Cherokee Strip which appears to be going on between wwtern cattlemen is highly interesting to the authorities in Andy Bnldera flrat of was damned municiflcent in its but when Williamson and Ulair raised the price offared to the situation assumed tv lively The final bid of oiade by ot excites wonder for Its extrava and commands admiration for the recklessness of these liberal otters are contidered Rbluff ot toe biggest Nobody here for an instant believes that all of the cattlemen together who are represented as ready to go into tho pool could raise or the half of that the secoiid place there isnt a siBglo ono of the bidders who believes that the Indians bold a clear title Cherokee tho cattlemen as well as the Indians know that the proposed purchase could not ba made without the consent of the even were a clear title The truth of the matter is that binding is Indulged with u view to preventing the success ot the ne gotiations now in progretn between the i government of the United States and tho Chorekee The cattlemen have used every means and ee zed evary opportunity for years to delay tho opening ot the Cheiokep Strip to and even at this late date they hops to disturb the pending negoti ation nnd prevent a sale to the govern Exactly on the second day of De cember tho president of the Cherokee atrip Wve Stock Association autborizad a statement to be sent through the press of the to tho effect that the ex ecutive order directing tho removal of all cattle from the Strip by December 1 bod boon fully and that the ccuntleee herds bad vanished from the acres of coveted Not withstanding this prompt avowal of the president of the word now comen to Washington from a pretty re iable source that the strip is alill occu ut least in and that thousands of nattle ore atill herded upon Its Whether these cattle belong to tho Oher okee Strip Live Block association or any ot its individual members is not clearly but in View of the manifest endeavors of the Association to embar rass the Cherokee Commission thn BUS pinion Tho rffar last mada in the series of blufla IB of itself sufficient to show the absurdity of the cattlemens Primarily the cattlemen declare that they have been JoolDg money for even when they havo been paying only 000 for the Levys if itcould be would mean at the lowest probable in 5 per or a AtO per tho annual interest on the purchnse price woulrl he or B7o an acre per Since a gonrj part of the Strip is worth only about that much per aero and not the proposition Levy easily reduces Itself to an He and his fallow bidders are merely This is all the raorp apparent wbnn it is considered that lands superior to the Cherokee Strip are felling in Kansas and Colorado for loss than the price per the titles are not The Cherokee commission ia expected to go right on with toe negotiations and to buy the Cherokee Strip from the Indians for per 1DDBlou Sec retary of the interior in a decision rendered today holds that servlcb in the confederate army prior to enlistment and service in the army of the United States does not impair a veterans pensionable status under the act of June or any other The question of previous confederate service does not enter into the question ot He in exactly on the same footing as all oth er unipn A Now Soldiers Evans today a bill for the location of a soldiers adjourning or within the limits of the Obickamaugua military Two hundred thousand dollars are appropriated for the boild Hllrer silver purchases bring the total for the month un to within ounces of the it is expected that will bn met this He Snirry of Arid home committee the irrigation ot arid lands have agreed on the provisions of a bill ta authorize thesumy of the arid lands in to irrigation districts to bo ceded tn the states and territories n which they i tbe Bnnia lu George the peneion waa before the liaum investigating committee to Lemon testified that be had never recommendedto CommioBioner the appointment of any person in he pension Ho had never en dorsed but one note for anil that was on the ot tho Kapuhlic 1m Cooper asked for Ktums transactions with the Citizens bink of which Lsmnn was He wanted to know how much of Bsuma paper had been discounted there and by whom Lemon declined to give the names of und dented emphatically that he uucil his influence to secure the discounting of KaumM Edward former clerk in the pension who was discharged after the publication ot articles criticising tho management the peneion office in the New York refused to teatify oa the ground that it might jeopardize the of hla libel suit against CammU sioner Financial The president las abandoned the idaa ot sending a special message to congress on the finan cial being umisfled of the eain est purpciEB of the majority in congrces to take prompt steps inward the expan lioa of the Secretary Wlndom prepared a special report lo congress ondoretng what is known as the interconvertible bond ICntltled to Fwe Kntrjr Assistant retary rjpaldlng has decided that under the piOTietonB of 287 of the tariff notsuch portion of machinery only as are exclusively adapted use in the construction of apparatus for the produc tion of sugar from beets will be entitled to free Xorelgn OpltBlln SITTING BULL The TroaohorouB OhlefttUn ored to Hla Arrested by the Indian Police nnd Miut While Attempting to Make Mis tflve of nnd BCTOO Police Killed In the General Cfintn WUh tha Women unit Children In tho oftlin Fmlarnl In Panmit of Fieelejr Beginningof the jsnd of the Ohojt Dance Foolishness C6nt lorgan evening received the following dispatch from Indian Agent MoLiugMtn at Standing Rock police arrested Sitting Bull at ils forty miles northwest of the this morning at His followers attempted bio rescue and figbt nt once Four men were killed and three Six ndjnriB were including Sitting and bin Crow and others wore The po idewero eurrounded for somn but Busfained their ground unfil relieved by he who now havo potaessiou of Sitting Bulls with all the iblHren and Bitting Bulls probably dnaered their amlllvs and fled west for the Grand police nobly and credit is due Particulars by OomtniBDicncr Morgan showed tbis elegriim to the president lain cven Be aald he regarded Bltttrig Bull is the great disturbing element in his joint com mltteeon Immigration will begin an in vestigation on the 82nd of this mouth in to the purchase of American Industrie by foreign aid the effect of their purchase upon the condition of American Eulogizing Justice resolu tions adopted by the bar of the supreme court on the death of Justice Miller were presented to the court and brief remarks were made in eulogy ot the dead by Attornny General Minor and CMef uus tice Slltor en tho Iholieas ury departmuut today ounces of silver wets purchased ut prices ranging from 05 to A Brukeuiau FOM a switchman in the Texas and Pacific yards iu thin was killed while on duty near the Union depot this He was engaged in switching a train of cars ia the Denver waa about to uncouple the train ha missed hla footing and fell between the Three of them and the locomotive passed over and when his body was picked up it was an unrecognizable Ere was a single and was buried his afternoon by the railroad Danger of special from Ban Francisco Bays The Flute Indians in Yolo numbering are on the point of Tho situation IB regarded as very being not over six hundred whites in the with arma and ammunition for only half that The settlers are demand ing that this state grant them the right ot forming military companies si different points in the KUKllxh Dae Mark press In its weekly review of trade says VVheat is weak inquiry Prices of foreign wheat are except for which firm owing to ice blockade in Black Corn is increased in with a strong Mixed American is quoted at 87 En glish wheatn are slow at unchanged Foreign wheats were steady to Pdceis tor corn ware extensive dry goods were shut up this afternoon by the fore closure of a The liabilities are said to far exceed their The concern here was a branch of their ex tensive Topeka It is understood that moat ot their creditors are eastern Xhe FAthor audi Ha Xlearora the cele bratlon of mass at Wiidyaport yesterday Father Gillian denounced While he was speaking the whole congregation filed out of the and in mutt meeting outside adopted resolutions voting confidence in NEW a meeting of wealthy citizens held tonight in the Arabian it was decided to form a frungrowing and nilkraising syndicate in this country which will give ment Mall Arabian arriving at this B and now that he la out of the way be hoped thn difficulties there wculd soon bo checked without further blood News or Bitting Bulls Heath news ot the idling j Sitting Bull bus been con firmed by advices received by Miles at the military headquarters in this One dispatch from that Sitting Bull and his son have been other dispatch to Mlloa is Standing Hock and states hat the Indian police started out to arrest Sitting The police were followed by a troop of cavilry under hnd iufantry under police reached Sitting Bulls cuinp un tho river f citymiles from thpy found arrRngeraents oMng mttde by the Indians for their de parture into the Bad Civiilvy had not jeicheO tfin Rhon tha police secured Bull and olartsc back with Hie followers fjuicklj rallied hie support nnd tried to rescue In the meleo that ensued tho wily old chief is eairt tn haye bean and five nf the Indian police were also Quo of jumped on one of Bitting Bulls horses and rode back to the cavalry and is fan telling them to hurry up to the euppore ot the and then bur ried on to the agency with the news of the Nothing later has been re but tho death of and of least five seems to be un doubtedly Bounding Down the Pt iieer Prets from gives further confirmation of the news of the fight at Bitting The war rlors who escaped are now ia retreat up the Grand Information hag been received that a band of eight tepees in encamped on the Little oppo site Pretty Tho fugitives are probably making for that They can scarcely make the fords of the Grand river One hundred and fifty wariicrs are in the f ugitivb band and they will be joiaed by many others with a troop of Chey enne ccouts and Captain with a troop of the flrsi headed for the north end of the Powder river Fountains troop of Eighth cavalry will leave in the morning for White Buttas and will probably intercept the band before it reaches the Little Mis If Casey and Adams will do There is no fear here of a general The Sioux reser vation Is Burirpunded by troops thorough ly equipped for a winter campaign und no outbreak is The arch villain IB dead and his followers will soon lose their Troops ate hot on their anl before another seta Sitting Bulls chorus of daccera will be good Indians or T ml Ian Mews at tha War Hcbofield haa received two telegrams from commanding department of the ututiag he Jjopea to get In all tha Indians who turned back from the Bad The also state that lllty lodfjea in tho trying to worK thejr wtty north to thfl Cheyenno1 river lluger litatea that all stepg bave been to intercept them if ght The Indiana now out havo a great many stolen horses and cattle with I hope to be able to end this A Rumor ot flittingHulls BT report las been received here to tho effect that Sitting Bull has been It Is said that the Indian police started out this morning to arrest They encounter ed him three miles from his eampand at tempted to take A flghtis said to lave ensued in which Sitting Bull was Tho story lacks Tconblft reared In TAXM has reelved a telegram from Captain of the Panhandle stating an outbreak feared among the Indians on tholjne of Chlldtesa and Greer couh L tne VKHV uuuuw UBUlocis Tuft flOV ernor to night sent Aasistant Adjudant Seiker to the Vo News of Hulls official news ot the killing of Sitting Bull has been received at Miles hendquar tern up to 0 The order to arrest but the department might havefound it necessary to attempt bin thirteen Lives Lost In ihe 0 oclock to night AiulBtaat of Gun Uiles received an official despatch stating that five of Sitting Bulls esven ot the police had been The thirteen calamities were the msult of an attempt to arrest Sitting The NKW meeting of the presidents of railroads west of Chi called for the purpose of forming a western went into session at the house of Plerrepont and Vanderbilt PARNELL IS He la Almost Certain to tho Kilkenny MoCarthy Is Confident His Party Will Win In Mondays Called Ireland Reappears as an FwnollltoSheetMr Dillon IMOHS An Artdreu tn Which Be Says netls Fnlltiy Means Insurrection In TB i t H A TK The meeting lasted until The s simple hut comprehensive lirhiu rt T by i P h Bnd based upon that plan hn hud ventured to e Mohhe Proceeded to interest of the public they coopetate close other to secure and stable iates and ouch economics In tha operations will insure returns upon the capital in it u new association ba the lluos in question that KB afftirg ehall OB under the management of au advisory to couBist of the presi dent and one director of each company that tills board shall hnya power ro establish and maintain rates be tween competitive polnti and decide all qiKEHonB of common If any Ulcer or representative of any company shall authorize or directly or rah hi h rates he ihaU be discharged from the irv b8 vote Chilli be rtqulred to make any action binding tho ad vieory board Dhnll appoint commlsslcn of the No member can withdraw notice nn MwBlll shall continue for at least six dented for some tlmeand were finally adopted with NnlS Nwthwwilern and Paul deol ning to vole desiring more time to consider the Brooke telegraphs to headquarters here aa fol lows All the Indians who can now he brought in nre now at Pino Ridge or MB near leaving 300 bucks in who refuted to listen any one or Against ttteie I wiij send a force to capture or adopted am binding companies voting In the it being understood that tha following three Bhould be invited to join DtilcBgo and Kansas Ft Scott and and Kan ens and Further resolutions were adopted ap pointing Roswell president of the Cincinnati and to act as chair man of the adjourned meeting and have power to call tho It was recom mended that the boards of directors of the various roads meet to select their The most perfect harmony prevailed at the It was generally conaid ered that a great stride had been taken toward securing stability in the western railroad that baa been wanting for soma MOUST a was arrested here lite last charged with attempting rape upon threo or four prominent yount ladles during the past At a pie llminsry hearing this afternoon he was bound over to the circuit Excite ment runs high and the guilty wretch may be lynched before the nieht nly 200 People Yesterday While 4000 J Him daily respondent at Kilkenny gives it ag his opinion that Parnolls cause U At Rathdowney to day two hundred people only listened to Pajnells while four thousand attentlfd Davltts Tanner in his speech said Parnell isa fled from the town as he would flee from Kilkenny next He Tan ner would m net him before then face to ace and would make him repeat that tho bishops and Sexton OBrien and Dillon were the rcum of the he in the post had not refused to accept forty thousand from this same scum of the He referred in his speech to the Freement It wnn greeted with cries of with it A priest To blazes with ill Whereupon Tanner burned a copy of Dillons Dillon has iaaued a statement for the press in which tieeays that ha has attempted to induce the oppoting Irishmen to abstain from all violence m act and He U sorry he He eays that it Parnell wins all hope ot gaming borne through the good will of Englishmen will winning and that ia by Parnellii if carried to a success means I work of the last ten Dillon denounces Paraells course and appeals to all his friends in Ireland to fight for what they consider to be tho and he best thing for home A circular letter has been issued by the Irish dele gates concerning atthelr reoent Jon and Alfred appointed to not aa treasurer of the aays the taken opposite In tho present Tho delegate stiwethey oanvlncod the it sent to will be honestly applind for the pur poses for which it Thn ironsurers who hold funds in thin coun try are therefore appealed to to money to them at ThU ifl signed by all Including Harring who has taken thn opposite from the other The Parnell drove from Urllngford today to Mestue Davltt and Tanner also started for Itath downay with the intention of meeting Purnell Parnell put up at the OBsory A deputation of farmers from the National league presented au address to him declaring confidence in Parnell replied In a brief During the meeting at the hutel Davitt and Tanner began to speak from wagons in the roarkat Several hundred people were grouped around Tanner durlug his He stopped suddenly and pointing to wao was juiife leaving the hotel and enterlna a was driving Ho ia cloai Tally hoi ton han got awayl This sally wus greeted with roara of laughter and Fdraell and party drove avoiding the markot At Durrowa crowd of peasants cheered for OBrien anil but refused to chser for Ihu Iope Kerlouiljr dispatch from Rome to the National Zeitwng says that there is much anxiety at the Vatican over the condition of the who been seriously effected by the extremely uuld who at tendance upon his holiness is for the managers ot the suppressed United Ireland have issued a fourpage halfpenny with tha title WillUro OBrleus Caused with In Earnest Howard of the Virginia Stock Exchange of tbtocity arrested for embezzling the funds of the naaociatloD Ho rfcfuaad admittance to the trading room to the raumban and them at Day witi a He wait gub arrested while checking out the funds frow the Weather Ull 5 Kansas CoWeti fair northerly McOaithy HelecouUdent that his party will win in Kdlet the orders have been of all Jews from the Caucasus who are not authorized to Atnrdenid Hlo Bob aged 70 who hag been pressing his suit with Mias Mary of Union hot and killed her to day becauaeshe Boftlly refused to many and then committod Two LiTTws danelle and two Uirivipe neatly destroyed by flio Whole blocks wore The tones are the aggregate match batween atelniii and Juu Sew ifttwd ;

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