Saturday, December 20, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 20, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HUTCHINSON SATURAY DECEMBER i WASHING Yesterdays Proceedings In Branches of Senntor Stanford Addresses the Sen ate in Dolmlf at His Land Cnrrency The Election Bill DlicnMed at bnt Wltliout Manifest Beiulta The KonM XUsouMei the Propoiltlon to Place the tftoax Indians1 on Smaller Bill Arirsed Upon by the Senate Tlnanoe Other Stanford addressed tfie senate in explanation and the advisability ot the bill introduced by him to provide the with sufficient means to supply the national of a sound circulating ie is substantially the same bill as that introduced by him last The he proposed to put the govern In a condition to issue s supply of mouay wqual substantially to the general demand and to erect n standard by which the government can determine up to a useful vahje of 2 per what ia the amount That had never been attempted before by any Tne legal tender Would be issued under tbe provisions ot bill upon unimpeachable and prac tically InexliauatablB aud its would be certain and determined by the rate which the borrower can af ford to Two per was the amount to be paid to the government for the loan of its and BO long as money ia more than 3 per The secur ity being practically mon always borrowed from the and thus the government would be able to discharge ita duty and supply tbe general At the conclus ion of his remarks the bill was referred to the committee on The printing deficiency bill was amended and The elections bill was taken up and Bates continued his remarks upon He opposed the Gibson also opposed the bill and Stewart argued against Stewart recalled the in opposition to the force bill of 1875 made by Senators Hoar and Haw then representatives in the Among those voting against the bill at that Stewart mentioned William Walter and Kellogg At tbe conclusion of Stewarts Hour said he would not re to he wished to have put rthe records the provisions of tbe forH Jybill to which reference had TlHe had ita read for the pur i yoae of justifying the opposition made to it by himself and other Republicans and to show that there was no inconsistency in their opposition to thit measure and their suppovt of the pending Diwea introduced by request a Mil to prohibit the opening on Sunday of any exhibition or exposition where ap propriations of tbe United States are ex THE 19 Perkins of Kansas called up the conference report on the bill amending tbe act for the di vision oC a portion of tho Sioux Indians in Dakota to a smaller in the interest of private raised tbe question coneidera The house determined to consider the conference report was to the house The New financial finance committee agreed to report lull aa it oaraa from tho caucus commit The chairman of the finance commit Senator was opposed to some of the propositions contained in the bill and with Senator Sherman reserved the right to vote for the restoration of the 2 bond clause when the bill IB considered in the Senator Hisceck reserved the right to vote against that part of the proposition relative to supplying the deficiency in national bant which pro poses to authorize the issue of original treasury notes if silver bullion cannot be As for the Demo cratic members of the they reserved the right to oppose the whole bill inasmuch aa they had had no proper opportunity to examine but consented the report of the measure so that no yea and nay vote was The absentees at the meeting were Senators AJdrich and Jonet of It is the of the committee to report the bill at the earliest moment practicable and Senator Sherman has been charged with that Senator Aldrich reserves the right to the retention of tbe bond and with Senator Hiecock to oppose the proposition to issue treasury notes to make good the deficiency in tbe national bank Naval usual ap propriation bill was completed It provides for only one a cruiser The bill curries a total appropriation of about thirty one aud a half be ing considerably more than the bill of last Senator Gray today introduced a resolution providing for reciprocity between the United Canada and Sympathy the New York introduced into the house of representatives to day a resolution to the effect that the members of the house had with profound sorrow border Ing on the reports of the persecu tion of the Jews in reflecting bar disgntolnghumanityand imped ing The resolution provides that a copy of it shall be sent to the Bua slau government through official chan The Olotnre committee on rules did not get together today to consider the proposition to change the rules BO as to provide for the ordering of the previous It Is likely that the proposed rule will not ba brought before the senate for some not until the financial bill has been taken and then unless the Democratic senators evince a disposition to prevent the pas sage of that measure within a reasonable The Democratic speakers on the elec tions bill will be allowed to continue un til the list is and then the financial bill will be taken up and pressed to a vote if necessary by a cloture ot Food the of of the Indian Defense has re ceived a letter from Red dated at Pine Ridge The chief says he is the friend of the whites and never has hiuisoK taken part in the ghost and has done all in his power to prevent the members or bis tribe from becoming hos tile to the The writer com plains ot the lack ot food among the In aud says chat is the chief cause of all He says the drouth for two years ban prevented the Indians from raising and they have nearly Se says that 217 Indians have actually died from Will Withdraw Bis is under stood that after a consultation between Senator Sherman and Representative Mo the former consented to with draw the resolution to construct the tariff act so aa not to interfere with tha Hawai ian The probability of the opening of the entire tariff question is understood to be the reason for this de A Sunday the house to day Representative Morse of Massa chusetts introduced for reference the fol lowing bill That no exhibition or expo sition for which appropriations fare made by congress shall be open on Any violation of this act shall be punish able by a floe of not less than or more than Amendments to the Election Gray today introduced in the senate a num ber of amendments to the election collapsed and eight who were working on it were thrown into the Three The other five were Their namoe were Nlch olas Henry two men named Kelley and one A Move Look UK to the Abolition of Interstate KANSAS Mor the well known packing house pro returned today from an ex tended visit to the Mexican where be haa been establishing a paci ng house and banking Horns in an interview this evening stated that by authority of President the secretary Of the treasury of tbe republic of Dablau has Is sued a call for a convention of the gov ernors of the various Mexican states to consider the advleabilty of the abolition of tba interstate Morris says that public opinion is strongly in favor of doing away with the local tariffs in and that tbe pres ent convention will doubtless recom mend their Mr Morris regards this convention as one of the moat im portant events in the history of the re He also says that he learned during his visit that the Mexicans are quite as nnxtiuB to secure reciprocity with the United States an thev are to se cure it among tbe various Mexican The Cherokee Southern Immigration was the last day of the Southern States Im migration A resolution de claring that tbe worlds fair ought to be closed on Sundays was referred to a com A resolution recommending to the governors of each state to appoint a commission to act in conjunction with other committees to secure adequate re presentation at the worlds fair was The report of tho commit tee on legislation recommended that the executive committee pre sent to the legislatures suitable bill a for state bureaus to aid in the secur ing of The report was The report of the finance committee was also It requested that the governors of the various states call on their legislatures for financial aid and that be appropriated from each stute for the purpose of making suitable exhibitions at the worlds Kanaai Oily Water KANSAS water works committee of the city council today agreed upon its report to be made to the It will recommend that the city construct UK own system of water works and asks that the council require the mayor to call a special elec tion to vote the If the report is adopted and the works con it will render valueless the Kansas City plant of the National Water Works company of New which is estimated to be worth The committee recommends that the plant of the company be not pur chased by tbe A Defeat for Canadian NEW Wiman in an interview today said that the de feat of the reciprocity candidate for par liament in South yes is a blow between the eyea for re ciprocity with the United States and Can The election was regarded as a test of public The chief cause of the said was because the United States held out no encourage ment for Palnmed lir a Servant special from says The fam ily of Charles consisting of him wife and two are all ex pected to die from the effects of A colored domestic was arrested for the crime and confessed to her She says she mixed Rough on Bats in the She refuses to give any Men coal abed on the Cunard companys wharf FOREIGN PrOSMess of the Case AiralnBt the Medical Experts Bndlcally Disagree as to the Merits of Oabrlellos Hypnotic Harden aY Opinion lo be ywadenioiwlieju Trying to Ujpnotixo tut with wttie prmpeot 10 soldier in tbe city today from Camp in tbe Cherokee five miles south of this furnishes the news chat orders are out for all the soldiers to leave the Strip and report at Fort Reno The calling tha soldiers off of the outlet is taken by the boomers here as an indication that bottlers will be permitted to go in or the Strip will be thrown open to The opinion is hat the the Uhero kees will permit the home seekers to go in and take the land and settle with the Indians the court room hich the trial of Michael Eyrand and ompard wad opened thii usual crowd of eager spec a ire was but they were not al o to enter the the court had sidedI tnat the evidence of head of the madfcii faculityof the lege of should ba taken irf ao the new criminal tie1 witnesses the Jeir btatement to the c irt and Jury LiegrlB who w summoned d y by jBomparas bad adpd to give his testimony with no ej ictatorB Accordingly ho was s first witness summoned today and hi gave bin evidence while tbe crowd ma kept waiting outside the He e plained to the court and jury the v iws bis He stated that any b dy who was hypnotized mhe huds of the a pure auto morally and They could bo made to commit Be one of his milllne NtTthwtilern ifiller says The mills ground stronger last The aggre gate output for the week was bar against the week and the same week last Higher prices stimulated active trading in lour and the ualeu were large at home and Patents sold at Boston at per At those quotations tne millers claim they sell at anuctual loss of twentyfive cents per past two or three days the market has been Bakers are in good demand for Low grades are rather Au Old Ordinance 19 ordinance thirty eight years old was unearthed today which apparently gives the Illinois Cen tral tbe wide rightof way and other on Lake was supposed the company was eager to and which was to be granted in return for ground now occupied by the road and forming part of the Worlds fair Unless the ordinance turns out to be invalid the result will be a seri ous upset to the exposition pinna and might iuvolvo the abandon ment of the Lake AnAlleged SALT W a recent comer to this was arrested by Deputy United State Marshal Paraonsin this city this morning on complaint of the United States prose cuting attorney of The accused is charged with committing the crime ol forgery in that state in the early part of but he successfully evaded the of ficers of the law since the alleged com mission of the Deputy Marsha Parsons left for Kanaas with the prisoner this A Gang of Bone number of Creek in company with an in were in the city today for the purpose of identifying stolen horses in the hands of the United States The identification was complete and the guilt of the gang of desperadoes in whose possession they were found is fully es Escaped from who has been in jail at Juarez since last April lor killing a wealthy cattle escaped Among his callers were several American army The prisoner disguised himself in an army coat and with a false moustache escaped to American Cuvitti or is on Boltons Weather In the warm considering the appears to prevail throughout the two Dakotas the thermometer today ranging between fifty and sixty degrees above Last of Washington Anderson died at aged It 18 claimed she wan the last living repre sentative of the family of George Wash Oonfexed His was banged atTradens ville today for the murder of his wife luet He confessed his Weather 10 till 8 SaturdayJFor Kansas Light TOM southerly winds stationary but the police prevented during hia said that Canon of at the meeting of the chapter Par clamor against During his speech bn Hennery Kmin Advices have been received from Baron Wiwman in which he states that he has recalled Emln Pasha from the interior of owing to the tirm at Victoria Rlikeanr drove to Johnstown with his colleagues He still wears bandages over his alluding to the denial that reputation that ft was Justin ItcCairtby addressed a meet ing at Kilkenny He declared that Sir John Pope UeneBsy would cer tainly be Sexton also made an Be regretted the violence that had been done Cannon tee Denounce Lee denies that he defended Parnell in a meeting of the Dublin The meeting to 11 T Parnell referred in his speech ngitata auppoaitous The Bttbject afterward acting on suggestion of the that he had immitted Another of tbe jctors subjects had unknowingly signed ajpromiejory note while under the hyp nfjtic Liegris expressed surprise that he 1 not been allowed to see Bom pard for the purpose of ascertaining to what degree she was susceptible of hyp notic was possible that Bompard had received suggestions when To effect this it weuld bo necessary to place the subject in an Tbe prisoner ought 10 be put asleep by mesmerism in urder to revive the recollection of tacts occurring at the time of the The witness than point ed that according to the indictment Eyraud had not been able to havjog revealed the crime to him while hyp For his if he were the bearing in mind previous miscar riages of he would rather cutoff bin hand tnan sentence upon When the sensation which the Btatement caused had sub the procurer By what sci entific means do you determine whether hypnotic sleep is real or simulated subject that is really put to sleep can bear without betraying tiny symptoms of sensibility to pin pricks in various parts of the Brouahdel being said that he held the opinion of the Rancy school Of in small He thought the crime so complicated that it could not havebeen taken part in by t person under the hypnotic Several doctors agreed with the wit Bompards counsel asked that his client be hypnotized in open Eyrandfl counsel The pro curer opposed the request and the judges declined to grant Counsel for of Gouffe addressed the Be asked the jury to not believe denials of but to punish her and who had confessed to the New Boy In Victoria has given birth to a Em Ifieror William attended a performance of Tanuhauser at the opera house ssf the opera hU majesty was hand a note which announced the ac ouohement of the The em glanced hastily over the tben arose and hurriedly his departure for the Tne Reason for thig abrupt exit wascornmuni jfiated to the manager of the opera be at once went upon tha stage and nounoement was received with the great the audience rising to their hurrahing and ghoutThg Long live the empewr and The band played tne national tbe audience singing tho words of tte mn At ond Maurice Healy have arrived at Kilkenny t enforce the bard speakers at ot HoCarthyite that the new British protected cruiser Lstoula has gone No confirmation of the report ha been received at tho war an as reuse to act in ac the plans of the Imperial The news of BmlnV recall Telegraphed a most reverend Walsh archbiahop of and the dean of tho chapter of Dublin have telegraphed their denials of the publica tion in United Ireland yesterday that the chapter at its meeting yesterday adopted a resolution urging tho clergy to abstain from taking part in the Panell Pronounces It correspondent of the TekgrapK saya he tasted a portion of the substance thrown at Parnell and which injured the lattera and found it to be gritty and acrid and doubt less Parnell thousand IrishAmericans met tonight at the call the municipal council of the Irish Lengue and adopted resolutions Gone to the Bad Mor a store keeper at Cheyenne near the mouth of Cherry has just ar He says the of twenty white families and a number of friendly Indians have gone to Fort Ben and then to Night before last before 800 Indians from Sit ting Bulls camp arrived there and held a big council with the Cherry creek Indians to determine whether or not to and they were joined at i er tha council by 150 Cherry creek all of whom then started for the Bad Before the settlers and after the Indians had started for the Bad sharp firing heard between tbe Indian police and the bos Tbe troops were ordered to that point It is believed that the hostiles were routed and Mor ris Bays theie Indiana are determined to ayengo Sitting Bulls and are all well Walked so to None Her Pioneer Prett special from Fort Yatea says that Bull Heads dy wS8 buried military He was among the pa ul1His her wounded She reached nil bedside just before his More thsn forty of Bitting Bulls band have come In and reported to tbe agency and are now in camp close The rest are reported in the neighborhood of Mireau It now looka as it the trouble shout An Encounter Pioneer special from says that forty the Cheyenne at the mouth have come in and re between the Indiana of the Cherry creek ghost dance and the but are unable to give any par A rancher on his way to Pine Ridge was but escaped from the hostile Indians La a HAIID Miles is 39 disposing tho troopu AS to intercept all Indians on their way to the Bad Lands and Bbut up all those who are already in ft pocket The escape of In dians being cut off they must either nur or like Sltttni die fight A Ticket A gent Masked burglars gagged and to a ourporthe Lie or stove leg In his queen started of tha Chicago and Erie forObborne the royal residence Kent niKht and then on the Tale of fllm Prevented by the the meetings at Johnstown to day fight between the oppoaing factions wat at one time Iwmi While of seed was drowned in the rhor while skat CONDITION OF Weefciy Report Of Dun Je Ctoa Oommerolal Business Continues Larze for tuc but With Leu of The Proipeot of Important Monetary Legislation of Uncertain Krroot the Trade tlfht and Collections Prlcei are Downward An rjnusoallT tiirge Number of NEW Dun Cas weekly re vie w of trade say s Business continues large for sea but there is perceptibly less feeling ot The causes appear to prospect of Important monetary the effects of which are not clearly frequent fall urea and greater difficulties in making and leas satisfactory collections In some branches of Indus Though the rate for money on call la lower than a week and money ia lower at Boston and there is still stringency at most points through out the Complaints of slow collections have rarely been more gen and in many cases settlements can only be made with notes or renew but in ail quarters there is hope that after January things may improve in this if legislative prospects do in the cause greater shrinkage in credits and curtail many Foreign mtluencea are hot Exports greatly exceed Trade in the south is fair at most points and healthy at Money is verr at all southern and colectiono are not In the west trade ia light and collec tions notably at Kansas Den ver and At Chicsago trade ia good and there seems to be more confi dence in financial Trade in the northwest is In the there la more confidence and money ia somewhat In the markets the movement has been down though wheat Is cents corn is cents pork 75 cents per hogs 4i cents per and oil fraction The speculative markets are all hesitating in tho feeling that mon etary legislation may indefinitely alter the The business failures throughout the country dnring the last number as compared with 374 the week be fore and 843 the corresponding week last Paying Tholr Poll hundred negroes tlut have heretofore paid their poll taxes have come to thesnenffa office since the collection o taxes com menced and settled estimated that this number will be more than doubled in this couuty Uepoits from other portions of the state are to the same The reason for the in crease is that tbe new constitution re quires the production of tho poll tax ceipt an the prerequisite of AimaulUlitCeaiin sher iff of Douglass county came here today and arrested Robert who is wanted at It ia said that he refused to answer the questions pro pounded by the census enumerator last when violently as saulted the escaped from Arpola with his family ana has been living in Normal siose NBWT a recant meeting ot the council of the municipal council of the Irish Nations resolutions were adopted condemning In reference to tbe resolutions j Patrick president of tbe today cabled IarnH tho resolu tions were adopted ut an Illegal and do not represent the tantlmenc of the Attempted LBXMOT0K proprietor of the Com mercial himself intent last In attempting to wrest the revolver from hm was shot inihe finger and ia The Utter U a Domestic trorjblo and Jealousy are rfveu as the ceases of attempt to take Criminal KAKiufl a pretty waitress in tbe Blue Graua died suddenly to day under suspicious inner mothers apartments at 1007 McOee The coroner commenced an inveBtigatlon this It was shown that tbe girl had died of criminal The police are investigating BxpoBltlon Butlillnic KANSAS grand Btandattbe Exposition Driving Park was burned to the ground is about with Just before tbe flre was discovered two tramps were turned out of one of the booths by tbe It is thought the tramps set tbe structure on fire out of Short In IiU i roasnrer of Pierce arrested at Norfolk oa chwge of His tccounts with the county U abort He hoi turood property to hU

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