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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON T MOBNIKGu DECEMBER Financial Legislation Agreed to by Republican ilic Report of the Committee Adopted With a VerySlIght receiving and disbursing public moneys and were designated dep iflUorlna foe the of public officers in their Thctae marked flurplus have inactive acoouo They olraply receive on deposit to the cttdltof the treasury No the acting secretary has nr ia into the treasury by any of dn Thfl authority to designate uch banks as depositories is contained in ecllon the revised A Meiunro Will bo latrodneud in the Senate Providing for the Purchase of BllTer Bullion am toe and Othor Sohcmei or the f Increase of Itraalation Yetterdaji Vv Proveedtnfffl lu Mat third cau cus of the Repablican senators on the state of Business wan held and resulted ia The bisSe was the adoption of the financial scheme re f ported by the caucus with the exception of the two per bond project which wn9 80 the rriensure will provide for the purchase of the twelve million dollara of silver bullion surplus the redaction of the compulsory requirement ol bond deposits by a na tional bank the extension of the national bank circulation to the full amount of their bond deposits the replacement of the deficiency in tUe bank cir culation below by treasury noten based on silver bullion purchases the provision for free coinage when silver is maintained at par tui Pensions sen granted to citizens of Kansas as fol Original Benjamin Soverlj Andrew Emporia Charles Liwrence Norib frppka William Lawrence a Heury Uari dam Jesse Topoka Oran New Bellaire Tooias NVes Plains William NorBh Topa ta Ellas Wtntlald Eugene North Topeka Bidock Parkersyllle Eneoh Walnut Fiwlden Thurman Gordon John U 8 Paola Iret BprinjrHilj Oity Noah Oity Luke D Winfleld Jacob Belleville Ira one year the provision f of the charge on the conversion of gold coin into am the recoiaing of the subsidiary silver This measure was accepted BB a Tho measure was recom mined to thecauoua committee with in structions iMa form and give is over to the finance committee wnlon report it to the senate at an earl he caucus also Instructed the commit tee to prepare and report through Chair man Aldrichacloture It will pro vide for the ordering of the previou question after a reasonable ilme has been given for The rule will not be presented until after the financial btl has been presented to the while the financial bill is In process of the dsbite on the election any other bill will be The of this measure are satisfied with the pro ceived the plan of the murder of and that she panned the ropn by which be strangled around his Bpmpard denies thin and claims that Bhe was under Eyrauds hypnotic influence when she took part in the During the proceedings Bom pard WAS seized wltti a violent fit of hys terics and hirt to be carried from the court tho with whom Rompard fled from San testified that be had repeated ly hypnotised who was a very CURSED BY TUE An ICxfllthiBTPoene In the tiattiollc Chnran at some Navy Tfladdous Garden Gils wold James Wakefleld Bilai D Prttt Richard Weu tloll Andrew Jchii Atchlson Mar in Butchindon Joshua Augusta Orion Independence Bitner PJullipabnrg Henry Sa line Odonell Montana loltj William Council Grove Norton Dorrance Will iam Lebanon Thomao B Rutland William Fort Scott Jacob Maherville Ribert HosedaV George At wood Reuben Troatlea Greater Than Tariff 17 the Senator from the committee on foreign reported a bill provid ing that the McKinloy tariff act shall not be hold to impair or impnde the foroo of determined as they losed cloture of securing final action upon o million ounces of silver Vto be purchased during tho not exceeding ly andtsia addition to tho required no to be pur chased THE senate re sumad consideration of the election Dolph continuing his f Dolph spoke in favor of the Eustis asked him it the Chinese occupied the same position in Oregon as did the negroes in the whether he fDolpb would favor the passage of the bill Dolph Bfrid he would not be inter but he would eay to the senator that the state of Oregon would never aise a hand against the government of United They would never to destroy the They would never fight against the flag of their Morgan took the Boor and quoted a clause from the constitution of Oregon irestricting the suffrage to white a section from the statutes of that state prohibiting the intormarriage of j whites Indians or I and he closed with an exclamation against If he the ablest and most respectable r colored man in the were to go to Oregon with his white whom he had legally married in the District of the relationship between him and hit wife would be declared adulter ous and he would have to go to the pen tAjttlary with his wife for violating the ot that humane and lovely After furthur argument Coke ob he Silver treasury lepartment to day purchased uuees of silver at prices ranging from l 075 to Announcement bus eon made that the full amount of silver taving been purchased for the EO urther purchases will be made until the fluor and the senate THE Deoi a long debate the house passed the apportion ment bill without 187 nays The negative vote was as fol lows Mite JD CiiminiUKfs Shlvelj 1 ore t lid lifs Tun house then JPnbllo in In response to resolution of the Acting Secre t iry Nettloton has tent to that body a lia bowing the names of the aeveral banks n which the public money U deposited ihbWB that there are 202 of such bantu f which are marked genual am marked The banks rked general have active so Keeper of the Glovoland Stroot on Trial for keeper of the notorious Cleveland street where shocking immoralities were practiced by he English is on trial here to day for grand Hammond lived at 19 Cleveland and the Pall Mall Gazette exposed the horrible debauching of young girls and boya at Hammonds He was forced to lee to Belgium and thence to He came to Seattle in and opened the Haymarket He seemed always to have plenty of to bs able to draw hush money from wealthy Englishmen whenever he de Lust spring who is supposedt3 be a Scotland Yards de located in Seattle and mltivated Hammonds tie tried to get Hammond into British there being a argo reward offered for him in but A steamship was afterwards procured and Hammond was invited to loin Todhunter on a trip to British to celebrate the queens but he would not go on British In September Todhunter engaged as bartender for and then worked up the present cage against He is now on trial for stealing a valuable sealikin He was convicted in the superior court today of grand larceny and is now in Recent developments indicate that Hammond is the victim of a of which Alexander Todhunter Is the Todhnntoria BDgltah detective who is supposed to have put up a job on Hammond to have him sentenced for grand larceny in revenge for his Tod tmntere inability to get Hammond back to Hammondclaims there are on deposit in banks hereto his placed there as huah Hammond says his patrons inEogland were afraid that he would return and make ugly so they had Tod hunter trump up the game of stealing against He expects to get a new and then he will be he and will return to London and take He steadily refuses to betray the men who patronized his house In timethere has benn a disposition the part of a great many members of the Catholic church of this city to have the removed from tho Sabbath he attacked some of theraembers during the mornini services fromthe This caused a great commotion among tho large nuui ODCO and two or three of tho at tacked took their fumilled and leftthh church amid great and bid Father Kuhlman farewell BB they de parted Thnre some soriou charges made againat Ftither Kulhmau but whether they are true canba eub Btantiateff remalOB to bu Ho ualled on God and the eburct to cures all thran who had been circulating rumoio in re gard tn him as a What tho resul of this trouble will bo remains yet to be A number of the most prominen members of tho church hava uot attendei ferviops for sevpral years on Kuhlman1 Kuhlman is well known ID r an he is general manager of the Church Progress of How It private bink ing house of of Ohicag has Span says all will be piid in We close ho because wo found we could go no further in justice to our Wo have been negotiating for some time to reorganize as a state or national but in the Bhort time allowed ui we found it would be impossible to raise the necessary But for the money atrlngincy we would have had no The firm did a hrg business ia tUe way of floating county and public improvement bendu in the Many of the bonds were pledged to banks OL call The New York ofiloe of the concern had been called on for loans heavily for the past month ncd thU sf reduced the surplus held by the that it was thought best to IepositoiB were to a great extent church people who had placed confidence in the The deposits recently aggregated between and Mo Ienra of Being Involved Chicago bankern have no fears of being involvec by the Kean Still Anothur Bank SPOKANE IN THE BAD here the Indiana Will Probably Make Their Final Hulls Men Now on Their to Join Short Bolls Two and Big Foot ire THlnUnE for If the 8oldUm Interfere With Ittdlam at Btandlne Bock Ajtenoj provo of the Kllllne of SUtlDc A were utill A telegram was also re ceived from Rapid City to the effect that an Indian had been caught stealing on Ooleo ruDoh and had been There was firing heard fortyfive miles from Rapid on Phlnleyu Indiana and ranchmen exchanging but no one was These two brushes with Indians are all there lain the report that many had been killed in a fight with the A Wichita nun For Hiwur pecial to the Pioneer the rural deacon among tho In arrived from Fort He received news at t he or t to ting Bulls men were on the Morelon last He thiuks that they have ctosaod Jhorry creok and that li will beimpossl lie for the troops to prevent them from iofning Sbort Bulls forces In the Bad Two Dog and Big Foot at Oheriy creek have auid all along that they would light if the soldiers prevented thorn frum dancing Ashley uaya that i08tllitiea with the Indiana is inevitfiblo Short he will make n etard with theue campo troope in RAIN AND A Hetvvy 8torm Baglnsr ThrouRh At New York City the Wind the Velocity of a Mnr Balldlngi Blown Down and Conttlderablo too Bui north of Pinu This seems to have been iiizsd for Bnme time as a geaeral head quarters for the News froui the Indlun A uourUr urrived here late this evening with news from Fountains the Eighth Tha regulars left this poiut Bhortly aftereunrlBe yesterday morning with rations enough to last till The troops met 110 redmen esterday and camped last night on tho special from lays The jury In the CSB8 Of Nellfo charged with robbing and then throwing him while in a drunken from the third etory window of a house of ill re out fiftytwo hours last Jtidga Balderoou announced his determination to have a verdict be fore He did not reveal bin but at 3 oclock this morning took Harmon to the court The bailiff ushered the reverend gentle man into the jury Harmon then commenced religions the jury joining in the He then dehv ered an hours discourse upon the mortality of the and after a closing and prevailed along the prayer loft the jury to When J court opened the bailiff announced that the jury had arrived at a It was One of the jurors said that the verdict was reached on the first ballot aft er the close ot thu religious The defence will appeal tho alleg ing misconduct on the part of the judge and his Teamsters from the south report that IB Indians are encamped at White It is evident they are preparing or flight across the country to the itrit ih in the hope that they will ot be molested Ttn cavalry moved southward at daybreak nd hope to intercept the before They ate about fifty miles A detachment of infantry was or ered to march this It will ake a train WEstward atid guard all doors of the Spokane National bank one of the largest in the were no opened this The bank has been in financial strolls for a year past It became apparent that the bank coulc not continue without material assistance and this the local banks ware not willing to The liabilities are A mysteri eus affair has occurred near Marion twenty miles from in Crittenden An unknown man was founc dead in the It was found that he had and a watch on his He was recognized as a beggar who hai passed through the city in the early part of last weeki At a country ttore he hac bought a valise and two boxes of Rough on He had evidently committee Neither his name nor nativity is Vetoed by Governor Steele today returned the kingfisher capital bill without his After citing bis be warns the legis lature that any further attempts at cap ital legislation would be as be will not consider anything further o that The result is no surprise and caused but little demonstration on the part of Guthrie Bntrenebed In a WBBT able excitement exists at Summerville Some time ago a man living near the town shot and killed the city marshal and then escaped to his behim which is a large cave in which he is now armed to the teeth and boasts that there are not enough men in the state to cap A re ward has been offered fo his Too Much Love And 16 years of employed in the office of committed suicide last night in his employers of fice Vy shooting himself through the The act was prompted by a mix love and uohapplness at homgFXlu the boys desk was found a note sayingthatif timsbot should not prove fatal he wanted Miss Ida McLean to act as bis The boys stepfather was unkind to The boy was fanati cally to nThe trial ef Michael Eyraud and Gabrtelle was continued Byraud insisted that Bonpard had con Btove In stove manu facturera are now in secret council here It is supposed they are attempting t form a although individual attend ants upon the conference refuse to sa why they are A Negro Gi county colored wa assassinated Saturday His dyin statement implicates white Kobert eon wholesale as signed Liabilities Assets half that Wentuur tl 8 Kansas Worm er fair winds shifting to anka of the Cannon ew England Ball Pornolln Fiery has issued a strong appeal to the Hillside call ing on them not to submit to English Will you abandon your chief he Will you give him up to the Saxon wolves that are howling for his rally around fathers rallied or him around will as the you your an atto would be Hkeiy to mike of and shout with a thousand voices No surrender hurrah for Parnell I Par the leader of the Irish party Dawn with the faction that would make the Irish peoplo the servants of a foreign power men of at on and burl defiance at bin enemies and the enemies of your Interviewed to day with reference to charges that have been made e to the that was raisec ialyears for his Parnell Miles In RAPID ilcn hero this morning has asuniel He a in communica tion with Catr by Ho snows nothing of thereported engage ment at Daly a Carria en camped at tho junction of Kapld and Jhej on the west border of the ate forty miles east of with three battalions of he Sixth over 400 The Indians in small bands have been steal ing horooa from the ranchmen in the Some skirmishing has oc curred betweeu thu Indiana and the in which one Indian is known o have been But no engagement of he Chevenneriverarid fine when it is believed the rouble will Miles has lent troops here novr and more will be re quired to support Kndonoi the Kllllnc of Bitting Buff Said ffowpuld cave preferred to have re mained silent on the but the question having been raised it was not improper that the public should learn the He Bald he spont none of it on him but had upent it among workmen of Wicblow giving 200 men employment mines an mtuea had developtd lich Iron lodea which would give competition in England and He hoped to smelt it at home and build a railroad from the Kilkenny coal fields to the In this way he would open up important industries and Pennsylvania the Snow Two Foot on a Uloehaaett and Traffic That a Blood Will Follow Along the New Jeriey NEwXo broke upon thiB city this morniDg and ragad all the ram pouring down in torrents and the wind blowing miles per Tonight the wind hasfallshtotwelvo miles an A threestory trams building at 333 Stag in course of construc was blown Two boys were hurt A heivy storm prevailed also along the New Jersey No wrecks are re A with sleet Heavy snowa are reported from aeveral eastern and the western trains are badly Htmvy Snow Storm In aevete snow storm has raged here for the past twentyfour Street car linea and railroads are blockaded and the telcpoae and telegraph lines have been rendered Electric light wires are down in nearly every but so far the only damiges resulting have been three horses two car drivers rendered un conscious and a street filled with frightened set ablaze for a moment Reports from the country are to the e feet that a great blockade exists West Virginia and eastern Ohio have also suffered severely from tho The fall of enow hero is two feet deep on the eclipsing all records for past five There are some fears of a flood as the weather In warra and the snow changed to a rain this but changed back again to a heavy snow Heavy Htormn In New NEW prevail throughout the Daring heavy storm this afternoon a part ot the roof6 Dalys theater was blown The hollerchimney on the postofllce building was blown down crushed through the glass ceiling of the mailing give employment to large numbers of T fSm B Brett aud when the husband weht alo son of Sitting who lives on Bad west of came into own to He says the killing ot ting Bull is and that the Bad River Indians are glad of The followers from Sitting Bulls he will probably visit the Bad River reservation iodty and when they hear of the killing of Sitting Bull they will kill every white man they The he said must kill every Transferring T were received from Fort Scully today to transfer all troops to Fort that some 800 of Sitting were making Fifteen Indians arrived from Rosebud agency today and applied to Special Agent Neville to locate at Theyflald droye them off they loin the Neville had no author ity and they went to Fort I Loral following despatch was day from Agenl McLaughlin at Standing Rock A large majority of the Indiana at the agency are Universal satisfaction exists over Bttting Bulls which breaks up the ghost dance No further uneasiness Heard PraE KIDOB Same of Taylors toputs just from White river say they heard cannon firing toward Carr has a heavy battery at the mouth of Battle creek on the to Fine Two were lightly A SO BOOL QIBL She Flee ram Her Cruel Hmtband tu Heek Kefnge at young dream came to a Violent d 6f The OUditonlan Joseph Cham berlain made a remarkable epeechata private Unionist caucus in Birmingham Ue said that within a week friends In the Gladstonian party had opened negotiations with him tor a reunion on the baais that Pnrnell having rendered home rule they saw no Reason why a Liberal re union should not be He had replied that this was inasmuch as Gladstone still retained home rule In the forefront of his pro Recent he had opened the eyes of the Gladstonian mod who might co operate with the Unionists and Tories in the formation of a truly national devoted to pro gress in the truest Convention at city and county convention assembled here Par nells aame was cheered by the delegates but greeted with groans from the to jail In default of bond to keep the peace toward his spouse and her Brett is the black eheep of au excellent by his wiles and handsome captured Kitty a pretty 15yearold school eight months He met her on the street aa she was along with slate and and persuaded ner to elope him to a minister and get Her when he heard the went a still bunt for the but was prevented from killing him by the interposition of The young couple went to Kansas where they lived together until a few weeks when Bretts treatment of his girl wife became so outrageous that she left him and returned to the parental He followed and last night attempted to kill his wife and her henne his arrest and The Noland the utions wero passed endorsing McCarthys anH Euans Sex ton declared that OBrien was returning from America with a broken and that Faraell would be satisfleu with noth ing but the most abject V A crowd of Parnejl men outside heoted and tried to attack those who hadat they were back by the pplwei Patrick With DuBtw Dso the county con vention at Cork a telegram was read from Patrick Egam authorizing the fer of his shares in United Ireland to Xorlei Paid Paraelli a speech todsy Labouohere said he had proof that Lon don Tories paid Parnells election ex penses in P eyes have been and he Is confined to a darkened embezzlement proceedings against ex Treasurer Judge Edwards to day listened to arguments by At their conclusion he overruled the motion to quash the indictment and ordered tho trial to be begun on the second Thurs day in Vales r All the Union switchman at a strike and the only trslni moving are the The atrlko win sympathy with the strike at Ogden and will probably become general over the entire mur will be executed at the Ohio peni tentiary tomorrow niaitU Islac who killei his Cf Widmore Elmer who l his and Henry a saloon Will More thous com1 and miners were represented in a con todav ordered to leave immediately for Pine There Ho Ruger today received a ftpm tl t agency stating that all wwk quiet and that 160 of Silting Bulls friends the purpose ot formulating a demand for an of to go Into effect on J CotuplriMjj to Wnrtar publishes Russian to that another plot to murder the Ornt been The eonspJra members ot a nobleroans arrestj have been made Tha Buttou on Van between Canal The low on the building la covered by insur appointed to Investigate the the British cruiser 8erprfnti BSs decided that of tftg vessjfei WM due to error on V li lladttane Usuffaf   

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