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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER THE v It IB tho Chief Argumont in tho Kilkenny Campaign And the Shlllnlnhs Wero Piled With a Keadj will at JlallinnklH Darlct n In the Molee and Homo Hevere orcane 1 brawn a Handful ofJUme Into Uaailagr the In renne WltH a PogilblUty of Permanent Impairment of accompanied by Father Oflalloran was the flrat of toe promloeal speakers to arrive at the meet ing in and he took his stand in the highest part of the squire near the Cheers and counter cheers and partisan shouts were indulged in freely by thn members of the two fac Aa DiwiU began to apeak a wagon ju which were William I Father Ryan and was driven CO other Parnellites the lower part of the by cheering Redmond began speaking aim with The advent of another party headed by Tanner and several priests driving briskly through the crowd put a temporary atop to both speeches The newcomers arranged themselves alongside of Davltta amid much and execra Scully took up the speaking and was expressing his views when the arrival of Parnell and Harrington and a number of supporters was announced by great Pencils appearance beside Kedmoud wag tho biltual of cheers audyeUb of Tally ho the foxl and pet icoatl Ainla vue dm Parnell spoke to the group mound He said he came to no we will protect interposed He he saidi to speak of ajgreat national but he would not enter Into per sonal daoblo with any He regret ted tbat Davitt was nut by his side to tight j with him as Unea of Down Wltn He then proceeded to give a review of political which wan iuteriupted several times with exclama tions ot To hell with him Ssveral man made a strong effort to drag the wagon irom which Parnell was speaking into the midst of the Dwiit but were dissuaded from so oil then continued his speech and that the dlaaeueiona which were do ng tha patty wore not of his mak u Sttaving failed with his iolloaguen in parliament to raatuuin the independ ence of the Irimi putty he was uow ap pealing ti the If tbay were aliick uad if they failed to come to u true and patriotic Irelnudd cnuso lost for a Harrington was about to follow Par and Tanner wan when a Y sudden conliict arose on The verge of the t A rush was made for the Divitt and a general melee A for eat of aehplant sticks and black thorns aroae and descended in the Davits leapedfrom hia and wielding a thick hazel fought his way foot by foot straight toward Parnella receiv ing and giving numerous He finally reached tha hallesa and with his face badly marked and with a few of hlB companions with who also bore traces of the severe usage they had received in thair passage between the two Standing on the steps of Parnells uttered un intense then turned and fought his way back to nis own Surrounded by hta supporters and amid continuous yells and excitement Davitt remounted bis car and shouted Men of 1 came here in the defence cf the right of public meeting and liberty of Our opponents sent their black guards to interrupt but we have beaten them I was never struck by an but today 1 was many times struck by my own coun These re marks were greeted with tu multuous which the crowds Varnell and his friends drove to Castle Davitt ana Tanner fol lowing iu their At Uialle Corner Davitt and Tanner ad dressed an open air detailing the incidents at asserting Parnell brought a hired mob there to attack Just then the carriage containing the Pirhellites passed the which hooted and pelted them mud and William Redmond appearing In the edge of the Davitt sent him a message aying if Parnell would stand beside niui and deliver speech Davitl reply to it and guarantee Parnell ft qujet The message was borna to Parnell who replied Tell him I am in a position to I am only in a position to Tha Parnellites cheered their Farnell afterwards apoko to a small He said he had no doubt of winning tha victory in He did not wish to assail men who had stood by him for many a long but he would not speak as a cock sparrow like or a jackadaw like were addressing the some of Davitta followers got together nud began The Paruellites closed around the vehicle and the police tried to separate the two fac The meeting ended in a acene ol and SB Parnell and hia friends drove away they were poltec a shower of atones and Fre fluent attempts to assault the party were made and severa barrels filled with lime wera thrown at Harringtons shoulders were covered with lime and a mass o lime struck Parnell in the coin pletely blinding Harrington turned end advancing toward Father who was the head of oppo Coward you are a ilia grace to your church I TUB pjllce interfered and PftrnellV party finally got which were quite were intensely He was obliged to stop the carrlseo and be entered a laborers cabin in a A localdoctor attended The lima had become caked beneath the The phytt clan removed it and finally advWed to drive immedia tely to Parnell resumed ho but he was again forced to ittlt and entered a public where t urther attempt was made to relieve him from terrible The doctor at thla place was able to secure n quantity if castor which ho poured freely Into PArnelis He then tried to scrape oft enmemore of the using an ordi narylead Tha lad become encrusted inside the doctor able to remove the torturing substance slowly and with much difficul The doctor apologized tor causing so much Parnoll replied Never mind the Di your boot Dons let me loose my The doctor riOurerV more of the oil into and said he hnpud the cane was not so bad ai Finding that he was unable re move all the the doctor advised Par nell to drive with all haste to which was Arriving at the Victoria he had to SJB led from the car to bis Ho Buffered intense aeony and teemed to be quite He la still in tho hands of tho The attending physician said tomght all the lime had heon re but that Famel still suffered in Hndid not anticipate perma nent injury to his patients A Small Blot large crowd mada n hostile demonstration at the station here to when McCarthy and his asso ciates A free fight Priests attempted to pacify the and were brutally McCarthy was hustled by the mob and preventer from reaching his He went to his hotel in another carriage followed by THE Further Particulars of the Death of Sitting In tlie Actof Violating His Agreement With Airent When 7he Old IVaa Game to the Ltiat anil Urging fiiB Italian ur on Jo the Ihe Opinion Valln that alt Uomlie Will Koiiilt In tlou Out 10The arreat Sitting Bull emanated from Agent Mo sitar he had returned froia the visit to BuUt that was described in last nighta When Mc Laufihlin heard Hitting Bull his camp were about to maty for the Bad Im ordernd the police to arrest and they were given the support ofthe troops for a rear When they reached the camp the Indians were alt ready to Ball was immediately placed under hut was not bouna uud thu police started with him for the The followers of the old man quickly rallied from their ht once opened a sharpflre upon the The police responded and several fell from their among the number be ing Sitting Bull and bis sou Black The old chief had tried for some time gto a point neir White on ranch of the nearest fork ot the Grand A detachment of cavalry Irom eough arrived to There ire re orta of Indiana about n Jftwa ourier from a camp near Dalys ranch vn the following from Rapid rancher just arrived in great heste our officer anjl repoite a ommand of cavalry attacked and two fficeH and fifty men bat the tn taaa were repulsed with heavy number of Indians Js The Indians were put to tiia report ia probably It ifl ot known whose command1 it It i probably that of Major of tho and his of Our command marches to thoir General I Ill eath of SittlnaBull givei general satis action Everyone says It served flhoat DnncluE In Indians on hsreservation near Chico have com menced the meflsiah AOJLKBICK Of his a booting He addressed a meeting in the while the Parnellites mot ParnUrB Not a late hour to Ight physicians say ie much better and will be able to be about to The fljnazu ite Sopre at great dynamite scare was exploded to It seems to be the opinion of the nibllc that theatuftfounrt in the anony mous letter to Fairchild was not dyna It is also generally believed that ho wholo thing was a trick of tha police o cause a The supposed dy namite wia thrown into the river at night and before any one but the police thom Belymrhad examined it to determine its Evidence of HE true nature was thereby It la believed the are playing with tho commiesion At no time since the prohibition ill became n law has so much whisky and beer been nnd tuo Black of the Chicago and gives w a reason for his not attending the New York meeting of railway that ie regards the meeting as being of no use attaining to the results sought on account of the fact that it will prejudice the farmers against the railroads to such an extent that adverse legislation will surely follow this winter in the legisla tures which are controlled by the Farm KxTreaanrer NolanilB JEFFERSON The case of exState Treasurer on trial for was postponed until tomorrow to give an opportunity to argue a motion to quash the indict his attorney having claimed that the indictment contains technical Opern Campany in a Drunken serious affray took place on the Louis train this morning between members of the Carle ton Opera It waa a drunken One of them slashed another across the breast with a and sev eral of the company were badly The Eight Hour general movement for the Mighthour daywill be madfl by the coal miners of Europe and America next Details of the movement have not but Lucler the New Yotk who is now expects to receive full particu lars soon to direct the movements of fnends by shouting Orders but hia fall upset the Thiy at once and sur rouuded the who foughi bravely bui would all have Imeu masaorec hud tho cavalry arrived ou the scene in the nickot The oolico were at the time almost out of ammunition anc fighting hand the soldiers and the roar of the machine alarmed the Indians and they fllec up tho The cavalry followed but for a ehor dist nee and then returned to the ramp and took possession of the ladies of Sit ting Bull and his Four policemen were and three and it IB thought that eight of the hoatilea the eighteenyear old Bon of the chief was wounded as were also a number ot The defeated Indians fled up Grand bo hind them their their camps net which were token possession riythe and returned to the After going Boma distance un the rive thn Honing separated m all direction toward the BL Borne of them may try to reach the camp of Two Strikes The troopo en located all around the Bad Lands and the Indians will have but little chance u They are surrounded complete and it is but a matter of time when the must ouneo Toe effect of the death of Sitting Bui IB He was not a chief i the sense of being a leader in fun never bad been addressed as a chief any military He undoubs vdly had considerable prestige some of the and how those wh survive him may regard his death ia The leaders hated him and wil not attempt to avenge his ehost lancers may attempt ta aoek re The people around Bisraarok andthe Standing Hock agnncy are greatly wrought up over the and expres grave fears as to the The think the hostile Indiana will attempt to wreak their vengence upon The scene at the agency mus havebeen The death o the flower of the tribe will be mourne by the and the o fighters join yeneral mourn Ing for a few It wily be a gral Indian funeral tbat the poiitemen wi and the death eong for eorne Adjutant Corbln general top of cortversatioh at army headquarters to day was the death of Sitting Corbln was very He thought Bulls death would endthe mea siahcrnze among the He received Committed chief matter that he would bring before Secretary Blaine would be the informa tion that San Salvador la anxious to mar ket her products in the United and that it the United States will furnish a certain sum of money San Salvador will do the to provide a subsidy for a line of steamers to ply between Ban Salvador and United States The general also that the union of Central American states was far from being re the Trial of the Heartless French MtuderetvV trial of was commenced layv The court room wtoa Sjtauds answers revealed ft deplorable The president ot the court detailed Syrauda At the age of IS he WHS eot to the reformatory at 19 he enlisted fought in war France He deserted and oined the to whom he betrayed the position of the He was tried and condemned to death but the Amnesty act of 1860 saved him he returned to He there ed a criminal committing robberies and other Kyraud declared hat nil these allegations were calum Tho president said proof was Thu naid Kyraud lad led Bombard to an evil Syraud said he met her on the streets and had tried to itiduce her to quit her JE raud gave the full details of the he ws8 sitting with Bombard on his whtn the noose with which ne and which was attached to a BeTliIne the JLanri or EL effects of the AlllanCe are already toginning to be felt in even among the Two years ago appointed a revia committee to revise certain portions of eiiatlng state This committee Iscompoaed of Republican senators of Harkness of Kimball of Moody of and McKelly of Senator Murdock left this city today to attend the last meeting of the committee at To your repreaentatlve he said The committee has been at work near ly a and the which IB now ready for the will cover geveral hundred It abolishes a dozen useless boards coBsolidateg a half a dozen other boards revises the laws regarding the control of the Siate Normal and State Agricultural Reformative decapitates Bam the state agent at Wash ington cuts down the numbers of local District Judges about onefourth cuts le gal sheriffs Bales county und state prihtin ir ig of all kinds 60 POL provides for the Australian system of vot ing and the ejection of the state board of railway cOmmjBsionerB provides that the state furnish school books of a uniform text free overhauls the aystem of taxa tion and and puts it on a bona fide basic outs down the fees and salariei of all county except coroners and commissioners cuts into and justices of the peace The says Senator Murdock if adopted and enacted into will save the people ot Kansas in taxes It will do more than this it will repeal many useless laws novi certain and many make definite As and all ound his njecfc Ho almoat without a when said all the details of the crime were planned of the committee are Republicans and as the report is simply a redemption of the pledges made in the recent state Republican the Republican senate cannot refuse to adopt It and enact its provisions into and as the granger house is in for retrenchment and reform the house can do nothing but pass the senate uy Ejfouii aim thii inthe her t6 In colloqy between Eyraud and the former said ahe was cog uizintof the fuels of the while the woman stoutly maintained she was She said Kyraud had patronlzad Byniud denied that be contem plated murder in America to swell their after they had fled to that In conclusion Ejraud said Lot them it to prevent the from distributing TratuBobbfir SAN take my I have deserved it but my paatia1 The court tneu ad news of the arrest of Scott the trainrobber implicated in the recent of a Cotton Belt train at Texar reached this city Late in the afternoon the prisoner in charge ot Sheriff Town of Colorado passed through this city for The arrest was very quietly effected by Sheriff of While threats were made of a rescue by every precaution was token by Southern Pa cific railway officials to prevent The prisoner wag brought aafejy After his escape the jail at McDanlels wtnt to Fort He was pursued and left for where his presence Violated thu stick of tho GsziUis mail now Hes u the post oflloe with the Dont attached to mail clerks The sack contains DOO copies of the weekly edition of that and it IB held on account of the violation of the lottery the papers containing a lottery The papers were sent to the post office Saturday Inspector ot the ex amined them and ordered that they be not allowed to go The Oateite was that the paper contained Dauphins and promptly removed it from its how until the weekly bad been sent Edward Mnl wife of the well known tlotret shot and killed herself this after noon in her apartments in the Marquette She had been ill for a long time and greatly word from Miles to day stating he had left Paul for Pine Ridge and would be there very Ha says also that after Sitting Bull taken yesterday when tho attempted rescue was made Sitting Bull Ordered his protect him and shoot the No are expected said The hostile Indians will be surrender immediately arid they do Bowline Wolf Wna Bowling an Otoe on the way with several members of hia tribe for the res ervation in southern Nebraska to visit their frienda in tlia Indian got drunk here last night and attacked a re spectable young woman an she waapas sing the union Howling Wolf Hlnera on a hundred miners and laborers at the Rock Springs mines of Union Pacific are on a strike and the minoa are The men object to being paid by the Exploalon ot terrible plosion occurred here today in the companys William Clark was killed and neveral others fatal ly scalping her when screama attracted the attention of the other who hustled the chief into the depot and Disced him on board of the Before the police could arrest him the train pulled Communication Out BIBMABCK little news is obtainable from Standing Rook agency All the newspapers are cut off from communication by wire with the About Eighth under command of Capt WM ordered south morn becaVie known He made no resistance wMHSvertand takes his ar rest a very atotujj indifferent He hard looking citizen and IB in HLBker Nloholn art today recowed word from deputy Chicago that he had arrested there Charles of the de funct Nichols BankiAg Nich ols is under indictmtet for having re ceived money on deposit at the bank when he knew that institution to be In Oklahoml 6 Btoea today communicated homes of the legislative assembly i forth objectlona unless would preclude his approval of the iftog fisher capital bill now in his This considered as a virtual as the cor rection will not be made by either Killed by a fremature Alpine Chus seurs working ou a new fortress in the Alps were awept over u precipice by B premature blast Five of them fell a dis tance and their bodies were reduced to a pulp in the fall of Two es caped by clinging to the Anxlotu to Trade With A Preacher In a Bail of the state of Indiana Camp was called this Camp boll IB with committing an abortion upou Annie Both parties reside near Moores a small village a few miles west of this The case being of a Bomewhat sensational It at tracted a large the courtroom be Ing crowded to its utmost A motion was made to quash the indict but after due argument by they at was overruled by the Tha case will more than likely occupy th court remainder of the Trying to Unvo Him ef fort Is being made to have the federa grand jury indict attor ney general of the United It i ohaiged that ho sent through the mails a privateJetter over his official The letter in question is alleged to have been sent to J Rpbinson of this anc dealt with political The penalt for this offense is a fine of Th grand jury will hear witnesses on this case WASHING Yesterdays Proceedings tn Both Branches of ihe Senate Considers Measures for th Maintenance of tho Bight of Xlia Heapporttonmedt Bill UlttiMMd In the and it Tote Will Be Upon Wanta IMW Agaliuv DcaUoR In BnbTtwuarr Hohtraa announced that tho regular order was the Dolph providing for an in vestigation into the charge that some States had abridged and denied the suf frage rights to some of the After considerable debate upon the resolution the morning hour expired and the senate proceeded to the considera tion of the elections and Morgan continued his speech in opposition to Pughgave notice of an amendment requiring that applicants for the position of deputy marshal shall be able to read and and shall be of good moral Kenna also spoke in opposition to the He did not finish his remarks and Dolph took tha floor also In op position to the measure but noon yielded for a motion to THE ot Minnesota called up as a privileged ques tion the reapportionment bill andex plained its Flower of New York protested against the and severely criticised the census returns of New York McUae of Arkansas gave notice of an amendment increasing the number of representatives to Outbwaite of Ohio slated tbat a great ID justice had been done his state in its He orlticllid the man agement of the census and said the whole thing ought to be and the cenaun retatcen BO that the representation should be apportioned among the states according to population and not to schemes of political Frank of Missouri advocated thti bill which was based upon a bill originally introduced by Flower of New York aa amend ment increasing to 35 the on from Duiiphy of New rork characterzad the bill as the first orn of a great a wrong which waa baaed upon Incorrect apportion ment of the Bpinola took the door and said hen the people of New York found thai ley had been wronged they applied to 10 secretary of thu Interior for Ie had replied in a ent letter which was unworthy to erua ate from any man culling himself u gen though his name might be he letter might hava sounded well at a roes roada or in the section of he country from whence the secretary Thn census was A crime against ie It wax a wrong parpe ratad by the and ha new Peel of declared that not bree ia five of the counties of his state iad been enumerated and no effort had ieen made to enumerate Arkan HB had lost a hundred thousand names by failure to DunneU of closed the He defended the secretary from ho attack of the gentleman from New In be demanded the pre vleus Blountof Georgia moved to and while the vote was taken the Democratic members took up their hats and coats as if to leave the whtn the next vote should be to The motion to adjourn was lost tbth Ualllna Ban Salvadota first envoy extra miniate v plenipotentiary to the United Is in the city en route to Guirala he MoRlnloy BUI to pluah weaver at Bradford mill strike against a reduc tion in The McKInley bill cauaes the threatened Still Wallace assigned Wallace was president of the Clearfield Bank IM HunoV Huron National tank cloned its doors this morn The the depositors will lecalvf every cent due till 8 Kansas Fair winds nays At the suggestion of Blotmtit was agreed that after two hours debate tomorrow the previous question should be considered The house then A Agaimt Bllver 16 Hopkins of IDlopis today Introduced bill making It unlawful for any petaott to agree to sell at a future time any gold or ellver bullion or certificates representing deposits of the same with any trust yom puny or when at the time of mak Ing the the oBrtjr is owner of the It also prohibits any stock exchange from listing sut h gold and Bilver A New Line of was received at the Bureau of the American today of the tabllshment of a new Hoe of siesmerg on the weet coast of South In opposition to the Pacific Btiwa Naviga tion and the South ihlp The capital Is furnished merchants uud bankers of Valparaiso and Tho 1C of today introduced a resolution In the house requesting the ways and means committee to report to the house by January the sub treasury and that tha Monday fol lowing be fixed for ite Another Treuurcr from the treasurer of Boons county is Bhotitn his Moounts over good has amigaed all his property to   

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